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A GRUESOME DISCOVERT." t
Skeleton Unearthed While Digging a
' ) , .Sewer. v ;
. Workmen on the (ewer extension on
George st reet) bad a rather unusual find
yesterday. While digging the trench tlx
feet below the surface, pickaxe of one of
the men struck a substance which did
not yield readily and on investigating
the cause found that the pick had pene
trated a skull. A little mora careful
work revealed the fact that there was a
skeleton in those diggings. The bones of
the body were so thoroughly decayed
that they crumbled at the touch, but a
part of the skull and lower jaw bone
were saved and taken up, and were on
exhibition at Mr. C. P. Bartllng's barber
shop. Tbo teeth were Intact and showed
that after years, perhaps 185, or even
longer they are in a good state of preser
vatlon. They are very large for human
teeth and the Jaw bone Is abnormally
large.; Dr. ponton, the dentist, says the
teeth "indicate that they belonged to a
man who bad not reached middle life as
the wisdom tooth had not developed and
they were all sound and not a broken
one In the lot. What could be gathered
from the way the bones lay the person
mutt have been larger than ordinary
and was probably an Indian
The skeleton was found close to the
site of the old palace which was occu
pied by Gov. Tryon, the Tory governor
before the ; revolutionary war. - It is
probable that the person was buried be
fore that "palace" was built and that
would account for more than 125
years. " - ;.;
An amusing feature of this incident
was the way the superstitious negro will
exercise his imagination over any such
find. "Oar now," said one of the labor
ers, ."didn't I tola yo about de lights
.which I seen darf I knowed dar was
somebody burled heah." The place will
doubtless be regarded by the negroes
with their peculiar superstitions dread
until the incident is forgotten. -
Weggles--Wbat fa your business
.' Sappe My pursuit Is the reallxatios
of the highest Ideals of the human In
tellect " Woggles How many laps are you
behind? Snn Francisco Bulletin. ' 1
The i hict.0-
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A TouthM Criminal
At the Municipal court yesterday
morning John Moore a strong lusty col
ored boy of IS was at the bar of Justice
on a charge of assault and battery which
seemed to show the viclonsness of the
boy's nature as well as anything could.
He attacked a negro boy much younger
and smaller than himself and pounded
him unmercifully on the head with a
brick bat. The affray happened; on
8outh Front street and was seen by po
liceman "Montague who gathered in the
The smaller boy was taken to a house
where his -wound was dressed and he
then went to the City Hall and appeared
As the assault was with a deadly weap
on the penalty could not be administered
by the mayor and the boy was bound
over to the superior court.
M AiTLasD, Fla, October 10th, 1901
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"Bnt Why," asted the man .who al
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Into the water a leap for lifer They
tell me It Is not at all dangerous.
"Well," replied the "artist." "don't
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Curiously, tbe word coal was In um
long before as well aa long after) the
commencement of the coal trade, (With
a meaning quite different from .that
which It now has. Tbe term originally
belonged to wood fuel and was applied
In particular to wood which had, been
charred, or, what is now called char
coal. . "!".. i
When the trade In mineral coal be
gan, this waa usually distinguished by
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perseded the old, the simple name of
coal became universally transferred
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A DARING ROStERT.
Thief totals lata V. T. EU11 Store aal
i Steals iat la Cut aal twa '.
'. , , Revolver. ,. ...
Between the hoars of aad ISO Than
day might scene Me broke tat the
J root oW.T. HOPS bicycle shop
aad stole t frost the till aad also two
revolvers. :-.- k
It is certain that the deed waa done la
the time aaeatloned because the shop
was dosed at 8 o'clock aad Mr. H1B re
turning from the lodge at t-.SO found the
asoaey drawer oa the floor and the show
ease open. The window waa raised
where the burglar got In and the door
open where he left The fact that the
door wasopea makes Mr. Hill think
that the thief stole a bicycle which was
being repaired bat that can not be
That the thief must have been famil
iarly acquainted with the store Ilea la
the fact of the system with which lie
worked. Upon entering the store he
went to a remote place and took aa old
target rifle from which the stock had
been removed and pried the drawer
open with one of the iron prongs. Mr.
Hill says that it Is very peculiar that an
atter stranger should work with such
rapidity and And the rery tool to work
with whea it wu In the most obscure
place in the store. He must certainly
have taken his bearings well while the
store was open. : "
' Mr. Hill engaged the help of the Chief
and two policemen to run the robber
down but wu unable to get a clue.
Mr. Hill thinks that undoubtedly he
would have been shot had he arrived
(there while the man wu at work u he
had probably armed himself before loot
ing the till and wu ready to defend him
self should he be caught.
The robbery wu one of the most dar
ing that baa occurred here In many
months and It is not likely that so clever
a rogue will be caught very easy.
The Planters had another break yes
terday, and some of the finest tobacco
on an average that hu been offered wu
knocked down at prices that were very
pleulng to the sellers.
Other towns bout of big prices, but it
so happens that when a farmer sells his
tobacco on this market once, he usually
comes back again, and a dissatisfied
seller hu not been seen here yet.
One fanner yesterday at the Planters
warehouse, wu paid 85 cents per pound
for a lot ot 800 pounds. How's that T
Bcappernong grapes are now plentl
fal and they sell for five cents the
The city la having an extension made
to the sewer on George street, from Pol
lock to South Front St.
Hackbarn had a beautiful fruit exhib
it at hta store yesterday. It wu ad
mired by every one who pused along.
The Chicago Stars, the female base
ball team played at Kinston yesterday
and were defeated by a score of 8 to 5.
A farmer from Jones county, said yes
terday, that cotton had began opening
In his neighborhood, and that picking
would be commenced next week.
Tha Smyrna, Delaware dab, with Sy-
monsand Daam, u battery, In a game
of ball played Wednesday defeated It
opponents, 88 to 0, only three hits being
mads off Bymons.
There will be no New Tork market
Sunday or Tuesday and no Chicago mar
ket on Tuesday. Monday being labor
day and a legal holiday ' the bulls and
bears will take a day off.
What the public Is most Interested In,
is not the hot air street exhibitions ot
the "old timers" and the "kid" base ball
players, bat to see an actual game be
tween the two turns at Athletic Park.
The fire department people were test
ing the old Sllsby engine at the foot of
Craven street yesterday. It Is a good
plan to keep the fire engines In good re
pair, for on an emergency they might be
badly needed. '(:. .,,,;, - :
What Is tho matter with the city's
electric lights f Complaints are being
heard on every hand of the are lights
being oat at nlghtnd thelncandescents
are miserable, u bad In fact u the old
lights used to be.
While there are a few cases of mala
rial fever,' or chills and fever, around
town, yet for the time of year it Is unu
sually hoalthy here. More so, really
than the unitary condition of the city
would seem to warrant , . .. ,
The summer pleuure seekers are
slowly drifting homewards. . Every day
bow, sees arrivals, and the stay-at-homes
are having their Inning listening to
wonderful narratives, and viewing ko
dak pictures of beautiful places. ; -
Muter Ernest Dunn will ba pleased to
see his friends at 160 Middle street at S
o'clock Monday afternoon when he will
have his monkey do some of his many
tricks. The Intelligent little animal hu
bun taught many cote tricks and does
them well. Admission five cents.
. The A. & N. C. people are having
their power boiler pat In position In the
new power houu at their shops here.
While awaiting the placing of boiler
aad engine, old No. t locomotive, an
chored near by Is very Industriously fur
nishing steam to drive the machinery ot
the shops. ';:. V -
Mr. D. R. Davis received a beautiful
onyi : soda water fountain yesterday
which wu made by tbe Tofts Company,
of Boston. ' It Is ona 61 the handsomest
fountains la the city. When It wu
being unloaded the dray tipped a little
and the fountain went on the ground
barely escaping driver and mule. There
wu nothing damaged by the little acci
dent': ' ' '
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3 A WISH.
Set the toy wke BTeaWas
Btaad n before tbe crowd;
Bta ooUal vary, vary tall;
Uia tie la vary loud.
Ea saas hta parents alt tint there
Am proud m they era be.
And thara'a another, too; hla breaat
Is flllad with acetaay.
I sae him rata hla soo4 Msht hand
And wave It la tha air;
I baar tha Utt, uncommon wards
Roll from hla llpa up therei
Ba exawe bimaalf ep proudly, and
Hla taea with plaaatira a Iowa,
1 wlah that I knaw half aa much
a 'Am thla boy thinks ha knows.
1 Chicago Racord-HsralA
PEOPLE OF Ttttr DRY
Jalaa Tana aa Prophet.
Considerable Interest Is felt In the re-
eent utterances of the popular French
author Jules Verne to a London news
pa pet man. The man who has written
kat hundred volumes of Action now.
prophesies that In fifty or a hundred
years ( there will be no more .novels
Written, at least In volume f orm.V'No
he said, "I do not think there will be
any novels. They will be supplanted
altogether by the dally newspaper,
which has already taken such a grip
on the lives of the progressive nations.
As for tho novel psychological, that
will soon cease to be and will die of
Inanition In your own lifetime."
M. Jules Terno Is In his seventy-fifth
year, but is still full of life and energy.
He has for some time, however, been
suffering from cataract, which prevents
him from doing much work. He hopes
to benefit from an operation In the near
The American Bandmaater.
"All over the world," said Bandmas
ter Sousa recently, "nothing goes like
popular music. I can 'bIzo up' my au
dience, as a general thing, before I
have finished my second number. I
gave them Wagner in' Berlin. They
liked it. But when, as nn encore, I
played one of my own marches or an
American popular melody the applause
was tremendous. They pick up our
tunes too. In Sorrento, on the Fourth
of July, I heard an Italian band play
John Brown's Body,' and they played
it In far less ragged fashion than they
did one of in; own marches.
I I'Uiwf Af roii. i ii H m (i 1 mnlnillaa Viaira
been derived from foreign sources, but
John Brown's Body and 'Marching
Through Georgia' have not. 'Glory,
Halleluiah,' originated as a Sunday
school hymn in Charleston, S. C.
Kitchener's troops sang it In the Su
dan. It will be sung so long as men
march to war to military music."
"Mother" Joaea, Affttator.
"Mother" Jones was found guilty Of
violating an injunction by Judge Jack
son of the United States court at Par
kersburg, W. Va., the other day, with
several men who had been urging or
ganization as a branch of the United
MRS. MaBY ("MOTHEB") JOKES.
Mine Workers upon the coal miners Ot
the region. Sentence In the case of
"Mother" Jones was postponed. '
"Mother" Jones was born In Cork,
Ireland, and IS fifty-eight years of ago,
When eight years of age, she came to
America with her parents. She was
educated In Toronto and early devel
oped unusual talent as a debater and
public speaker. She taught for a time
and ' then married George Jones, &
molder. Becoming Interested In the
labor movement through her husband's
connection with the union ot his trade,
Bhe took up tho study of the labor ques
tion. After six years of married life
ahe became a childless widow, her
husband and four children falling vic
tims to yellow ferer all within ono
week. She soon thereafter took up the
work of organising women's auxiliaries
to tho labor unions and In recent years
entered the broader field of agitation
hinong ail classes ot work people, but
especially among the coal miners. : Her
connection with the agitations In Penn
sylvania coalfields during the past two
or three years Is well known. ,
An artist who .was formerly well
known in New Tork, but who is now
working In London Is E. 3. KinHello.
when he left Kew -York, he went to
his old home In Ireland.. ,
"What will be your address 7" a
friend asked him before his departure.
"I may wont to write to you." ...
"Oil," was the answer, "just make
It 'Klnsella, Ireland!' -Thnt will bo Oil
that's needed. ' ' 1 A '
. Then, after a pause, be added r No,
you better make It 'Young Klnsella.'
My father might get it"
THE TRIAL OF LOVE
She had promised herself for life to s
man whom she bad met only a few
days before. These days had passed
like a dream, in Jest and laughter, with
out1 another thought than the pleasure
otbo moment To be sore, she bad
suspected bow It might end, bnt not
that It should happen so soon. And not
tHJfcthe 'promised word was spoken did
she awaken out of her dream.
The drawing room clock ticked hard-
erjthaa: tuual that afternoon, and Elsie
keptylooklng up from her work to no-
tlcehow,the hands flew. It would soon
strike fl? But Just before the stroke she
cast .her embroidery away from her,
sprang up and rushed out without an
swering her mothers astonlsbea ques
Only a few, steps beyond the garden
hornet him.- He was punctual to, the
tnlnuto and beamed with Joy because
came out to meet him. But ,when
ah&psssed tbe 'gate and proposed to
tovvalk a little farther no lookeo
at.ber'lv surprise, vfihe did not appear
very, anxious to Introduce her lover to
Elsie hastily led the .way across the
Beld-and up the hilt Bhe threw herself
down on a mossy stone under the
spruces, and- he stretched himself on
theShoather beside her. The stone was
large enough to hold two, but she did
"not make room for him.
"Are you yery sure," sho began,
breaking a dry twig Into tiny bits "are
yoir really, really sure that you love
&tifirst he looked serious, but then
burst out laughing In bis bright Jolly
"Sure of It? But there Is surely no
one who has forced me to say it I"
"No. But you don't know me. What
la It about me you love?"
"Everything." He loved tho folds of
her drees, he loved the flower she wore
on her breast and he did not under
stand that under each question to him
lay a question to herself, "What is it I
love In him?"
But why should she be the only, one
to doubt and worry? And so to disturb
his composure she began to set forth
her faults. She unveiled every mad
trait she had. She was quick tempered
and a scold; she was envious and co
quettish; she was stupid and Ignorant
She sat and reckoned herself up In a
serious voice; she spoke frankly, and
she honestly wished to be believed. But
the smile did not leave bis lips nor did
he take bis eyes from her face. r At
each new confession he simply re
"Yes, I knew that before."
Finally the blood rushed to her head.
It annoyed her to find she could' not
convince him. He sat there in the se
cure belief that she wished only to
humble herself because of her great
happiness. Could he not comprehend
at all that be had done wrong in sur
prising her as he had and that a person
cannot be sure ot love so loosely
She knew of a way to make him un
derstand, but her tongue seemed tied
when she tried to speak. She sat silent
for a tew minutes, struggling between
fright and the' desire to have it out
Finally the desire triumphed.
"No, you do not know me," said she.
"When I answered you as I did this
morning, it was because well, not
Wholly because but perhaps partly be
causebecause of hardships at home."
There was a crackling of twigs. He
had turned on his arm and was gazing
at her without a word, but the color
was gone from his face. Sho need
worry no longer about bis not under
There came over her a feeling ot un
speakable regret With a fewi,jp?ords
she had destroyed something she could
never get back again. And this some
thing, now It was lost, seemed dearer
to her than all else In the world. She
did not know, him well. Bhe had not
succeeded In getting an answer to tbe
question what It was she liked la him,
but the power that first drewi.her to
him rose now It redoubled might The
divine, incomprehensible mystery,, ehe
had tried to explain, put only succeed
ed In silencing, awoke to lite within
her Again. And now, It avas ttoovlato.
What could have the power to efface
"Ah. yon are afraid Of hardships I"
Sis Voice sounded heavy, and ibis
eyea looked far away over the broad
meadows visible through tbe opening
in the trees.
"Then it would be best for you to re
consider," he continued. "I am a) busi
ness man, and my position la not firmly,
secured. One day there may be money,
another debts, and upon one kind of
hardship others follow."
The mossy stone stood empty. She
bad slipped down on the heather beside
him. ' And she took his hand and hid
her eyes In it a
. "It makes no difference to me, no dif
ference at all, if I have to bear hard
ships with you," she said softly.
His eyes came back from tho far
fields.- It was only a cloud that had
passed over the sun. 7
He understood now that the little
bird ho had wished to charm for him
self had been frightened only by ft1 too
sudden approach, but that It now came
of Its own accord and that all he had
to do was to open his arms. ' .
. laAd she she knew she must love
Um whether she could tell why or not,
Whether it led to Joy or sorrow.
: la a little while they went back thi
way they came, but thla time they, did
not pass the garden gate. They, opened
It and went into the house to her par
ants. '' ' '" - '-" -.
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Norrla Geta Hla Clotkea
"It is strange that I can't get my
wife to mesd my clothes," remarked
Mr. Bridle in a tone of disgust "I
asked her to sew a button on this vest
this morning and she hasn't touched
You asked her?" said Mr. Norrls,
With a slight shrug of his shoulders.
Yes; what else should I do?"
You haven't been married very
long, so perhaps you'll take a tip from
me," answered Mr. Norrls with a 1
fatherly air. "Never ask a woman to
mend anything; that's fatal."
"Why, what do you mean?"
"Do as I do. When I want a shirt
mended, for Instance, I take It in my
hand and hunt up my wife. 'Where s
that rag bag, Mrs. Norrls?1 I demand
in a stern voice.
" 'What do you want a rag bag for?
she says suspiciously.
" 'I want to throw this shirt away;
it's all worn out, I reply.
" 'Let me see,' she demands.
"But I put the garment behind my
'"No, my dear,' I answer; there la
no use in your attempting to do any
thing with it.'
"'Let me see it,' she reiterates.
" 'But it's all worn out I tell you.
"'Now, James, you give me that
shirt!' she says In her most peremp
"I hand over the garment
" 'Why, James Norrls,' she cries With
womanly triumph, this is a perfectly
good shirt All It needs is
"And then she mends It" McCall'a
Hla Greatest Mlatako.
"The mistake of my life," said tho
reminiscent man, "was when I waa
selling patent medicines In Russia.
One day I attended a review of a
crack regiment, and suddenly every
man in the ranks began sneezing for
all he was worth. In a trice I had my.
sample case open and .was trying to
sell the commissary a carload of my,
antlgrip pellets when he rudely In
formed me that the troops were only
hailing with delight the arrival of Gen
eral Akachoochebedooskl." Judge,
The Snmaaer Girt
"Everything is arranged, dear," Mid
the happy young man who had sched
uled to become the freight paying head
of a new combine, "and by this time
tomorrow we will be one." '
"Yes, George," answered the fait
bride to be; "but when It comes to Ice
cream don't you think It would bo ad-
visablo for you stiU to order two
plates?" Chicago News.
' "Say, mar
"Yes, Eeginald" '
"Kin any little boy be president
When be grows up?' "
"But, say, ma!'
"Yes, Reginald." -
"He don't have to If he'd rutber bo
a first base man, does he?" Indiana p4
olis News. ' " . ;
I Stories ot LoBOoa Weatlaer. :
.ffhe Manchester Guardian ? tells a
sood story of the .weather. The scene
(was ,a Strand omnibus. A' leaden sky
was overhead,', tho rain poured Mown
uncompromisingly, mud was under
'foot A red cappedVdParsee.T.w.hoj bad
been sitting near ithe dripping driver,
got down as the conductor came up.
'What sort chap Is that?" ask!
the driver. "Don't' yer know that?"
answered the conductor. "Why, that's
one o' them Indians that worship the
sun!" "Worships tho sun?" said the
shivering driver. "I suppose 'e's come
over 'ere to 'ave a restt"
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occasion by an eastern potentate to
Queen Victoria, who asked him wheth
er his people did not worship the ana
"Yes, your majesty," aald tbe oriental
"and if you mw htm you would wor
ship blm also." 1 ? - 1
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To the Democntic
Voters of Craven
I hereby , announce
myself a candidate for
the nomination - for
Register of Deeds ' of
GEO. B. WATERS.
To the Democratic
Voters of Craven
I hereby announce myself as a
Candidate for the office of Register
of Deeds. I have nothing to say
derogatory of any other candidate
for the office, and base my candi
dacy solely upon my record as a
county officer, my record as a
Democrat, and as a worker fo tha
I submit my claims to you for
consideration and if , they meet
with your approval by a further
continuance in the office, I i will
endeavor to deserve your trust as I
have striven to do in the paskf
Ernest M. Green,
To the Democratic
Voters of Gra
I hereby announce' that I am
andidale for the Office of Sheriff
of Craven County, subject of course
to the Democratic rimaries to be
held Sept. 3rd.
J. W. Biddte.
To the Democratic
Voters of Craven
I hereby announce myself as
Candidate for the office of Sheriff,
subject to the Democratic ' Prima
F. 5 Ernut
Upon personal solicitation of friends,
I wish to announce publicly my candid-'
acy for the office of Constable "for the)
Eighth Township, subject to decision of
the Democratic primaries. . '
t NATHAN TISDAL&
FOR COnHTY SDBTEI03.
To the Democratic voters of Craven
r County. 1 ' i-i
I hemby.announce myself a candidate;
for the office of County 8urveyor, sub'
ject to th9 Democratic Primaries.
To1; tbe Democratic
. Voters of Qaven
County: - ' V..?
I respectfully announce that 1 am a
candidate for the office of Clerk of tho
Superior Court of Craven county, sub
ject to the action of the' democratic
; To the Democracy of my county I de
sire to express my sincere' thanks' for
the generous support given my candidacy
t . ' Very truly, '
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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