SIW BXE3, CRAYII CODHTY, H, C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 190!.SICOND SICTIOK.
Will Sne New York KetropoUtu
Fire Volaateer Ca. ttlvea Baraeeae
Army Teats For Verm I Wry
Hlye C. Chartered.
Farmers Iastl- .
Bsuioh, Aug. IS. Hob. 8. U. Pat
terson commissioner of agriculture, left
this morning for an extend) trip
through the westera prt of the Bute to
' now series ot Tinners institutes, a
'iu accompanied by Prof. Burkett, of
tko chair of agriculture A. ft M. College
' Dr. Tate Bntler, Bute vetenerlan, Mr.
- W.J". Miiwr end Bute chemist, B. W.
Kllgore. ; Thoy go Brit to Snow Camp,
Alamance county end will then fo Into
Guilford, Forsythe, Lenoir tad other
counties. . ..- ; , ,. A;-,
The secretary of Bute granted a
charter today for the Bee Hire Company
y of New Bern. The capital stock ii $10,-
000 and the Incorporator areJaa.A.
Patterson, Chu. 8. Hall, Edward .
Perry and Jas. C. Smith.
First asilsUnt Btate ehemUt W. M.
Allen left today for Blowing Rock
where he will spend a month's vacation.
The chemist department' las "usf oom-
plated their work ot analyzing fertOJ
sera soM In the State and specimens of
the food staffs gathered la all parts of
BtaU are receiving their attention bow
under the provisions of the new pare
" food law.? .: ' v
President Winston, of the A. & M.
College announces that arrangemenU
hare been made for a qnantlty of army
tents owned by the 8tate to be. need for
dormitory purposes provided the num
ber ot North Carolina boys desiring to
enter overtaxes the capacity of the
buildings available. ' ,' " i' ,v
The Imperial Tobacco Company has
assigned E. L. Fleming of Louliburg to
buy tobacco on the Raleigh market. The
American Tobacco. Company also has a
buyer here. The market Is developing
admirably, over 13,000 pounds were
' sold yesUrday and the breaks today are
equally as good. Prices ranged from to
to $24 per hundred pounds.
' The Raleigh Fire Department (volun
teer) gave their annual barbecue at the
Btate Fair grounds today. It was given
complimentary to the teams which won
prizes during the recent Btate tourna
Evidence Is being gathered with a
view t) instituting a suit by Mr. C. G.
Latta, president of the . Raleigh cotton
mills, against the MetropollUn Railway
Co., of New York for injuries which he
sustained In an accident there some
weeks sgo. Mr. Latta is gradually re
covering from the paralysis which set
tled in bis left leg and arm The dam
age claimed will be very high and will
be on the ground that negligence on the
J part of the motorman caused the acci
dent. - ,
Why suffer pain and severe sickness
from Bowel Complaints, when ' AR
HOLD'S BALSAM stops one and . cures
the other. It hss been successfully need
for flfty years. Warranted to give satis
faction or money refunded by T. A
: Henry. V , VSvU' :X '
Moanmcnt to Vlrsrlala Dav. ':
United St.ites Senator Simmons of
$ North Carolina wants n monument
erected to murk the place where the
first English speaking people landed
' and where the first Anglo-American
. woman was bora Virginia Dare. The
historic - spot Is In Senator Simmons
- state. It Is Roanoke Island, and
the date was 1584. ', The people who
settled there had been sent orer by Sir
s Walter "ttrflAKh. and they wrote such
' glowing letters home and mado such
attractive ma(a that In 1985 and 108?
the colony largely Increased. It was
j at UonuokeUslnnd ln 3587: that Vltv
. glnta Jare was born. -i Bbe ought to
have a monument, says Mr. Simmons,
and be wants congress to appropriate
- $25,000 for this purpose Patriotic Re
View..'' . -, .y.-. -;r- : i'j'yty-
' Aug. 13-Miss Minnie Qasklns of New
. Bern Is visiting friends and relatives
. here. ; . '
Misses Halite Dixon of Bellalr and
Ave Huff of Maple Jypress spent Sun
day In our midst.
Mr Will Tripp of Pitt county, spent
Bundsy at Mr w C Brewers.
. Messrs C F Pale and. Ellis Lewie ot
Lima, spent Bundsy here.
Mrs C M Willis of Washington, who
has been visiting her parents Mr' and
, ' Mrs W F Lancaster returned home Bun-
day. '; " .'. '
5 Mr Roacoe Lancaster and Htt)e brother
Lourie, of Bellalr, spent - Saturday and
- Sunday here. f y I A f
s Mr Dick Nelson and sister Hiss Pearl
of Grlfton, and Miss Dixon of Greene
: county, spent Saturday and Sunday at
W A McLawhorn's.-
' Don's forget that the Rev Mr Tyndall
' of LaG range, will begin a ten days meet
tng at Ellsworth church next Wednesday
night. We hope every one will com
out and hear him. ' ' ,
The two candidates (or Register of
' deeds are In our midst this week looking
out for their respective Interests In the
coming primary election and while all of
, us who know Ueo. Waters like him, for
a more clever younj man can not be
fonnd, yot old No. 1 towns!. !p era not
tu.a I.Et Cr- i 1 1 r crc
AUaalie CUy, N. J. k crowded to It
utmost capacity with pleasure saekers.
Lit ever before have the hotels aad board-
tng houses had such a rash of guests.
Other resorts aaaka the same reports.
-The Kalghu of Pythias are gathered
laBupmae Lodge at San Francisco.
About S5000 strangers are la the city.
Nearly S3 business and society men of
Richmond, Va, have been required to go
before the court in that city and tell
about a faro game aad other gambling
layouts in which they are tolerated. The
discovery of a wholesale eaUMfahinesit
has caused a genuine sensation there.
R. H. Feseanden, who claims to bo the
Inventor of the most practical system of
wireless Ulegraphy has 18 paUnUoa
his apparatus. He la making tests on the
North Caroliaa Coast.
A largo number of Job printers of this
8Ute met at Greensboro Tuesday and
formed an organisation.
Charles Salyers, whlu, aad Henry
Gates, colored, were lynched in Lexing
ton, Mo., for the murder ot George John
son, a farmer. The nun confessed to the
Revenue officers sold 1,138 gallons of
saoonshlne whiskey at the custom house
la Atlanta, Ga Tuesday. This is the
largest sale of Illicit whiskey that has
been made recently. Three fourths of
the goods were seised in North Carolina
the balance in Georgia.
A clever woman sharper successfully
"worked" several large Jewelry firms of
Savannah, Qe for some valuable arti
cles of jewelry. She secured about $8000
worth of gems and escaped.
The Grand Lodge of Elks is being held
in Salt Lake City, Uuh. Eight thousand
of the Antlered tribe are assembled In
the Mormon olty.
Pres. Roosevelt Is reported to have de
cided to call an extra session of Con
gress soon after the November election.
The condition of affairs in Cuba making
the step necessary.
Theeltyof Barcelona which was be
sieged by Venezuelan revolutionists has
fallen Into their hands aad the Inhabi
tants are terror stricken; many have fled
front the town. President Castro the
defeated ruler of Venezuela, is said to
have Uken passage on a boat going to
Europe. Sad he remained In the vicinity
af Caracas or .Barcelona ho would un
doubtedly have been murdered. The U.8
Cruiser, Cincinnati la protecting Ameri
can Interests at the port of Barcelona.
Unseasonably cool weather la reported
at all poinU of Europe, ,1a some places
snow has fallen to the depth of several
inches.''"-. , ; v !
Judge Caron, of the Superior Court of
Canada, baa liberated Greene and Gay nor
the men Implicated in the supplies steal
at Savannah la which Col. Carter was
found guilty. The men now at liberty
cannot be subject to arrest unless they
return to the United SUtes,. -
An anarchist named Bgano, en route
from America to kill some European
Monarch lost his nerve and committed
suicide by Jumping from the ship when
near the Straits of Gibraltar. Ha was ac
companied by two companions but they
disappeared. Police authorities of Paris
and Rome claim to know who the Intend
ed victim was. -v.v.i,.v
r Kaiser Wllhelm, Emperor of Germany
is displeased with his son, the Crown
prince Frederick William, because the
latter has made known hie Intention to
marry a beautiful American girl. The
young man Is reported to have said that
he would renounce his right to the Ger
man crown in order to marry the woman
of his choice, , " - L , ,
Gov. Aycockhu issued a proclama
tion of reward for the arrest and de
livery to the sheriff of Harnett County,
one, Paul McDonald, who is charged with
seduction. " " -
The U. 8. Steal Co., have declared a
third dividend of 9 per cent, on $800,000,
George Potter, a noted outlaw of Pike
county, Ky has been killed in Dickin
son county, Va by a sheriff's possed
after a desperaU battle. 'His head waa
blown off with a charge of buckshot.
Potter killed four men.
The boiler of the tug, Jacob Kupper,
exploded at Suten Island, New fork
Bsy and four men were killed, and fife
were dangerously wounded. ;
Manufacturers and coal dealers aay
that unless miners return to work or If
coal b not obtained soon that there will
be great suffering and an enormous low
ot money. , Great stress is brought to
bear on the mine operators to effect aa
adjustment. V '
A negro prisoner at Cumberland, ILL,
says that Clarence and Carroll, the two
colored men lynched a few weeks ago
for the murder of Chief of Police, B. II.
Wllmouth, of Womeledorf, W. Va., were
not guilty of the crime. .Ee accuses cos
r. J---1 1 cf t";a trmr'v. V, 1
!h 'j i tt'-sr "' - f s l
STIKDaKd ASSZKGR (RATES
Far AU ailwads'.Ia',Horth Carallaa.
. Order af Cerioratlda Cam
. i -assloBer.
Special to JoarnaL ; ' ; ';
. Rautaa IS. The Corporation Com
missioner Issued an order today, that the
South era Railway apply the commission
ers standard passenger rates of 8 cents
per mile first class, and H cents per mile
secoad class, en aU . roadajof the system
la the State, Including '.the branch lines.
' Thts ordet reduces the fare from 8i
and. t cents, on the" followtog Toads of
the Southern system; Western Jf. C.
Ashevllle to Murphy 134 miles. Butet
vllle aad Western, Butesville to Taylors
vllle, 80 mllesj State .University Sutton
to Chapel Hill, 10 miles: North Western
North CarolinajWiastoa to Wilkesboro,
89 miles; North Carolina Midland, Wins
ton io MooresvilM, 54 miles; Oxford and
Clarkesville, Oxford to Virginia Btate
Line, 50 miles: Tadkta Railroad; Balls
bury to Norwood, 41 miles; AtlanU and
Yadkin, Sanford to Mt Airy, 41 miles.
The Standard, rates already apply to
all roads, Seaboard Air Line and Atlan
tic Coast Line.
It understood that the Southern will
acoeed to the order, and put It In effect
Labor Day Appointed.
Speclsl to Journal.
Raxiioi, Aug. 13. Governor Aycock
today Issued a proclamation appointing
Monday, September 1st, Labor Day.
The plant of the Armour Packing Co ,
located at Memphis Tenn., was burned
Tuesday morning. Loss $115,000.
GETS MASONIC TEMPLE.
Raleigh Bestirs Itself and Secures De
sirable Lodge Site.
Special to Journal,
Raliiqh, August 14. It can be an
nounced anthoritlvely, that Raleigh gets
the Grand lodge Masonic Temple". Bbe
guarantees to take $12,800 'second mort
gage bonds, and the Raleigh Savings
Bank Ukes the whole of $50,000 first
mortgage bonds, and obligates to sell the
site of this present banking house on
north east corner FayeUevllle and Bar-
net Streets, to the Temple committee for
The site will be seventy by ninety feet
aad the Temple will be six stories in
height. ' !
"All Were Saved. j
"For years I suffered such untold ml
aery from Bronchitis," writes J H John
ston.of Broughton, Ga., "that often I
wu unable to work. Then, when every
thing else failed, I was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tlon. My wife 'suffered Intensely from
Asthma, till It cured her, and all our ex
perience goes to show it is the .best
Croup medlolne In the world." A trial
will convince -you. it's unrivaled' for
Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at O. D. Bradham'a. ,
Railroads Exceptions Oyer Ruled
Special to Journal. - ,
: Ralxigh, Aug. 14 The Corporation
Commission has issued- an - order over
ruling the exceptions of the railroads, to
Circular No. A, 8, fixing charges" for
switching and transferring loaded cars
at $8, and $1.50. h j
. This salt was instituted by the Char
lotto Shippers Association, - I -
' ':' -,; Ctilaaaaaa'a Boots. y,'
- A Chinaman's bouts In America Icoet
live times aa much aa hla whole outfit
at bona u .- i .
- The Roumanian has In every .walk In
life a fierce and savage pride which
causes him to abhor the idea of medi
cine and surgery and to consider the
loss of a limb as terrible aa that of
rint Lattea Past.
The first letter poet was established
among the Hansa towns of Germany
about the year 1270. Posts .were first
heard of la England la the relga of
Bdward L , ,
Fresh ' Grspe-NuU, Poetnm Cereal
Saratoga Chips and Oat Flakes at J. R.
Parker, Jft. v
- A musician In New York asserts that
not only animals, but plants, have a
passion for sweet music, and a Bos
ton musician i avera that when he
plays harmonies hla sensitive plant
"stretches abroad, drinking In the
music like sunshine." If, on the other
hand, he strikes a discord; the plant
tremoiee ana closes.
More School Book Depositories Now
Address to County SaaerlateadeaU
af Pablle Schools. State
Charter Granted. Repub
llcsa Coaveetion 6th
Ralkiob, Aug. 14. Col. P. si. Pear-
sail, private secretary to Gov. Aycock,
left for Hickory today to join the Gov
ernor who spoke there isst night at a
conference of County Superintendents
of public schools, embracing twenty
counties. The Governor and Col. Fear
sail will go tomorrow to Waynes ville
where they will be the guests of Attor
ney General Robert. D. Gilmer, for a
A charter was granted today to the
Rose Cotton Ginning Co., of Warren,
capital $30,000, and the principal corpor
ators are W. D. Rose, ot Axtlll, Martha
L. Rose end 8. 8. Parham, of Henderson
and Thos. Horner of Monroe. The Gin
ning ot cotton Is the principal business
Much complaint comes from Haywood
county and Ashevllle, on the books pre
scribed by law to be taught la the public
schools. The superintendent of public
Instruction will take steps to compel the
publishers to increase the number of de
positories snd see that an ample stock
and assortment of the books are In each
John Nichols, chairman of the Repub
llcan executive committee of this the
sixth Judicial District has issued a call
for a convention to be held In Raleigh
Mr. Gerald McCarthy, biologist ot the
Btate department of agriculture an
nounces to silk growers In this 8tate
that the department has arranged with
well known manufacturers to sell all
cocoons grown In the Btate and also
that all growers classify their cocoons
and send them to the department of sg-
grlculture from which they will be ship
ped In bulk to the manufacturer. No
price is specified. The department gave
away silk worm eggs last season and the
present move i to, assist experimenters
In silk culturo to dispose of cocoons.
' 'Rub a little butter on the fingers and
on the knife when seeding raisins to
avoid the stickiness.
Bricks of tea once were current In
Russia and Siberia. .The tea was of
poor quality, merely the scrapings and
leavings pressed into brick form. Fre
quently the little bricks were used as
money and were exchanged for horses
A Safe Summer Beverage. '
By Amos Gray, M. D., In United States
Health Bulletin. ' I
During, the heated season people need
a cooling and bracing beverage. 8uch a
palatable tonic must at once quench the
thirst and also revivify the energy that
has become dulled by the high tempera'
ture of the4blood.
To satisfy these requirements many
kinds of drinks are offered the public,
such as lemonade, composed principally
ot tartaric acid and water, the carbona
ted product known as soda water, that
Is so difficult for the stomach td assimi
late, and very many more, that our limi
ted space does not permit enumera
ting.' ';- ' ,. -
. Popular usage has decided that a
malted beverage best supplies the proper
stimulation to give a tonic strength, to
overcome summer Isssitude. . The best
beverage we have found to be Is pure
beer. Not chesp beer, that may prove
an overtax on the liver and thus cause
headache, Jbut pure beer, that In itself
combines those good features so mucn
desired In a summer beverage.
These United States Health Bulletin,
being the highest American authority on
all mature pertaining to health, sanita
tion and hygiene, have just completed
an unbiased and disinterested examina
tion and analysis Into many brands of
beer, and the result of laboratory Inves
tigation has proven the proper beer to
drink and the purest and best to bathe
beer from the Prospect Brewing Com'
pany of 11th and Oxford streets,' Phila
This beer, therefore, has the full edl
torlal and official endorsement of the
United States Health Bulletin. Our
SUff of Physicians have found that this
beer yields the greatest tonic strength so
much desired to assist digestion, that It
keeps down the temperature and thus
prevents sunstroke and establishes that
proper perspiration that promotes men
tal and physical activity thus counter
balancing the effect of summer heat.
For home use it excels as a Uble beer,
being of value to wives and children. As
a preventative of disease it adds tone to
the system and thus many forms of all-
menu are happily overcome. To the
convalescent It Is a tonic, adding new
strength and hope, while as a summer
beverage It Is par excellent. The above
beer Is carefully brewed, and from first
to last the utmost; cleanliness Is main
talned. It Is filtered and refilterod and
before being offered for sale It under
goes a final treatment that produces the
beat sterilizing euect, entirely elimina
ting all danger of germs snd assuring
t' s c't 'tomer the pit-" t aa-J r'." : tof
Says Pe-ru-fia is a Splendid Ca
Bon. T. T. Fltspatrlck, Congressman
from Kentucky, writes from the Na
tional Hotel, Washington, D. O, as fol
lows: . w
"At row toUcUmOoa ot Men I used
your Peruam mad cm cheerfully recom
mend our remedy to anyone Buffering
with catarrh or who need rood
tona" 3T. Y. FITZPATRICK.
A Good Tonlo.
Po-ru-na is a natural and efficient
nerve' tonlo. It strengthens and re
stores the activity of every nerve In the
Through the use of Pe-ru-na the
weakened or overworked nerves resume
their natural strength and the blood
vessels begin at oaoe to regulate the
flow of blood according to nature's laws,
Congestions immediately disappear.
All phases ot catarrh, acute or chronlo,
are promptly and permanently cured.
It is through its operation upon the
nervous system that Pe-ru-na has-at-talnedbch
a world-wide reputation as s
sure and reliable remedy for all phases
of catarrh wherever located. .
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Pemna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice free. -
r Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O,
Smu Reach Old Ae.
John, Lover, the keeper of the wolves.
stood on the bank of the lake at the
too, -a bit of pie in his hand. "Whew-,w-w!"
he whistled, and a white swan
at the far end of the island turned and
swam like lightning to him. It took
the pie from his hand, waddled back
into the water and in a moment had
disappeared behind the island. "An
old bird," said Lover; "a very old bird.
It Is, in fact, 114 years old at least I
guess It Is, except for our bald eagle,
the oldest creature in the gardens. The
eagle, you know, is supposed to be
125. Swans are the longest lived crea
tures there are, the natural history
books say.' They live 300 years some
times. Eagles live from 100 to 150
years, and parrot sometimes about
The following quotations wore receiv
edbyJ. E.Latham &Co, New Bern
..: Chicago, Aug. 14.
Whxjlt: Opens High Low. Close
Bept... .... m 70 69J ;69
Dec..... ... 67i 67f 66f 60
Sept.. 021 631 Sir 6U
Dec........ 4H 4H 41J 4H
Sept ... 050 9671 850 9621
Oct 000 920 900 915
Oct 1615 1625 1605 1605
Jan ... . .". . 1420 14321 1420 .. 1420
Lard , i
Sept......... 1037) 1000 1030 1030
Oct "WO 952t 933 935
, T. . . t ;4 . aw Toga, Aug. 14,
Oottor,- ' Open. High. Low. Close
Congressmen t. T. Fltipatrlek.
Aug. . ..T... 8.89 8.40 8.39 " 8.46
Bep.4;...:7.93 8.00 7.93 8.00
Oct ...it 7.81 7.88 7.81 788
Deo.......... 7.78 7.81 7.73 181
Jan....... .. 7.75 7.88 7.75 7.83
New York, Aug. 4,
So Ry ...
Open. High. Low. Close
a, a o
, Spots 4.13-16. Sales 10,000 bales. I
Futures, Aug-Sept 4.84. Bopt-Oct 4.25
Oct-Nov 4.20. . : , , r J
roKT umomxm. '
. ; Same eek
.'.,..,, . last year.
This wees. ;
Sat. H 677
Fox River Print and Fancy Elgin Butter only 30c lb, '- -
Jfevr Bbl. Fulton Market Corned Beef. ' &
Small Pig llama and Breakfast Strip, English Cured J-
Shoulders and California Hams. E;
- ., Codfish, IriBh Potatoes and Onion, , JSj
' Grope toutaV " ... 11:
Mason's Fruit Jars and Jar Rubbers.
Potted and Canned Meats. - v - v'" - 5
Heinz's Pickles. V ... , a Ejj
Fancy Fresh Elgin Butter 80o lb. -.'-S3 5
J. L. McDAUIEL
A few of our many Puzzelers I
FOB CASH and Only for a Limited
Chipped Beef, Js, at 10 cents per can,
Veal Loaf, at 10 cents per can.
Ham Loaf, at 10c per can.
A Good Grated Pineapple, at 14c per can.
California Lemon Cling Peaches, at 18c per can. ; "
Fox River Print Buttar, at 80c lb. V
Splendid Asst. Taney Cakes, at 15c lb.
A Good Koaated Coffee at 11c lb, or 5 lbs for 50c.
A Good Rio Green Coffee at 9c lb.
J. J. TOLSON, Jr.,
Broad St Grocer.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST
junny yuur lyodLLU
t0 thePlanters Warehouse
mjw beiin, ir. c;
which is always the place TO GET THE MOST
MONEY FOR IT.
. Best accommodations guaranteed.
E. J. HESTER, Proprietor.
hw - .
t , . We pnt up the drinka thatare palatable and delicious. ' ' I
j " Our bottled Sodas, Phoephates and Afri-Kola are as good
Zt M Eet at any soda fouhtain. ' . " ' 'J K ' ZZ
Zt ou Cfltt keeP tnem a your nomd or 25," 80 cents per
Zt dozen! ' " ' f - 1 f ' ' ' ' . : :
h cRoivn BOTTLine ivonirs, i
Z PEONK 105.
t;v.;v.;;;v,;v.r.;:v.v.v.tv.v. v. . ...... ..... .
and Tics, r
We have in stock and to arrive
3,500 Rolls Cotton Bagging, 8,500
bundles Cotton Ties." f "
i Send us your orders. Prices are
th e . U west. ;
Tkba Year' Catch, Z
71 Kroad HL
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Inn r-:n ; . -:
Cor. (Jueen A Dera lis.
Fpy Ci VcQd Co:,
' and r:rl;rs. ,
Tobacco'.Flacr, CLove ri-9, anl
Y.'a ir. la a r ' "ifti ri " .
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