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IIW Bill, CZAYII COU1TT, H. C, TRIDAT, SKPTIMBIS 5, 1902.-SICOHD SICTION.
RUM BIB 45,
K'ectric Car GMesIiloIta
'Secrel Seryice Agent and Driver
Killed. Governor Crane and Sec-
rctary Cortelyon Injured.
Special to Journal. '"' '; ;
PrmnsLD, Mass, Sept. 3. In this
city today, while crotsln$ tfce'car line,
President Roosevelt's carriage wu
track by an electric ear. -
Becret Service Agent Craig was la
stsntly killed. Driver Pratt's aknll waa
fractured, . . . ''f'.'"'
PrWate Secretary Corlelyou was cat
and braised. Governor Crane of thli
State was slightly Injured. ' '
The President fortunately escaped the
accident with a few bruises, his face be
ing badly scratched,
N ease River Piling Up.
Special to Journal. . '
Ralkiob, Sept. 8. The ralna laat night
and today make the' Neuse river' near
hero higher than It has been since last
Foreman Items." .
Sept. 1 Foreman la a new poet office
recently established In Carteret ' county,
ten miles north of Beaufort, near the
bead of Core Creek, v " j s
Several little enterprises have recently
sprang up here, and we hope to have a
nice little village, in the near future.
For miles around Foreman, ft Is thick
ly settled by a thrifty intelligent class of
farmers whose neat and comfortable
homes and surroundings will , compare
favorably with any other section in
Eastern Carolina. v
A dally Rural Free (fall Delivery route
has been promised to ran from Beaufort
by this place, and oat to North River,
which will be of vast benefit to this
country, V '-'l S ftl,
The Disciples have recently con
ducted a series of meeting on North
River, resulting In the conversion of
several persons, who were baptised, Bun
day. The services were ' conducted by
Revs.' J T Moore and J R JennetU '
The Union meeting of the Free Will
Baptists at Oyster Creea, Friday, Satur
day and Sunday, was very largely at
tended, especially so Sunday. '
. A sudden death occurred in this com
munity last Thursday, Mr. 9 T Guthrie
an aged and respected citizen was found
dead In his room. About 19 o'clock, noon
Mr Guthrie's family called him to dinner
and he falling to respond, search u
made and he was found lying oa a bed
In his room, his spirit' gone. Mr Guth
rie was about 70 years of age, and his
death waa supposed to have been caused
by heart disease.
Cotton is opening in f this .neighbor
hood very rapidly, and the fields are
ready for the pickers. ,
Messrs. Robert Wynne and BH Bor
den of Craven county were la our - com
munity Batarday, attending the funeral
of Mr. Guthrie, (Uncle Ben, as he is
called.) The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. J. R. Jennett. w ..:;..'
WANTED STonng mea. from Craven
- County at once to prepare for Positions
In the Government Service. Apply to
later-State Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids,
la. , fa j i jH f i I'rj
Reelsboro Items.' 1 "
September 8 -We are having very frne
weather now, and a nice little shower of
rain would be Tory exceptable at pres
ent VH Vll "
. Mi. It. II. Barrow moved Into his new
dwllliiK lael wcefi.,.v ,
' Mix KliWHle Lee, of New Bern, 'who
husbu'O vtMilug her friend aud rela
tive!, jtl'tlfl-i plur left fur hr-r 'home last
Bondty - " , .
Mr. JT W. Nil on lift last Monday for
Wilmington where he will visit friends
and wlaUveSy f f, yr ,j iiyt,i;'$"
Miss Eva Brlnaon of this place left
last Monday for King's Basinets Col
lege, Raleigh, N. C, where she will take
a full course In book keeping and typs
writing.' 1 ' '
Miss Maggie Brlnson has gone to New
port i Carterot county, where she will
visit friends. , ," " ' '
' "Bftown Ktbs
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Cliliren.
Tts K!J Yc3 hm3 C. ..t
Mount Pelee's second eruptloa which
has tasted nearly week and is still ac
tive, has kitted more than 1,000 persons.
The Pop has appointed the Rt Rev.
John X. Farley tote ArcabUoopof
New Tork to succeed the late Arch
Wsbop Corrlgan. -
Teddy, Jr." ton at President Roose
velt, is hunting In the mountains of
The cotton crop of Texas for this
year wu 1,907,250 bales, a decrease of
801J0S7 over last year. -
The era leer Detroit, which has been
rebuilt at Portsmouth, N. H, will be pat
In commission September 28.
Anew comet has been discovered by
Pref. Pen ale, of the Lick observatory,
CoL It la not visible without a teles
oopa. t .'
Eighteen vessels were driven ashore
oa Sunday at Port Elitabeth, Cape Col
ony, Africa, Ave being dashed to pieces
and the crews lost
Infuriated at being -ejected from the
grounds, Jerry and Dangerfleld Ware,
oolored, emptied their revolvers into a
crowd of dancers at Hopklnsvllle, Ky.,
killing one man and fatally Injuring
two, after which they escaped. ,""
A general strike along the water front
Is expected at Buffalo, N. Tn because
of the tugs being operated by non-union
In aa affray over money at Ban Fran
cisco, Cal., yesterday one Japanese wu
killed, two Injured and Policeman Akers
A steam launch carrying tea persons
wu capsized yesterday at Albany, N. Y.
two of the occupants being missing and
Hesitating a moment before plunging
from Brooklyn Bridge, yesterday, Albert
H. Johnson, of Boston, Mus., wu
caught by a policeman and arrested.
, Sept. 4. Farmers are busy saving fod
der. - - " .
Cotton picking will soon be the work
for the children. t . '
. Mr J W Everington has began picking
cotton. ::, :,.: .".
A strange colored man who said nls
name wu George Archbell applied at
several houses to be kept over night one
night last week but wu refused at all of
them. He would only go to houses
where white people lived. It wu re
ported that he killed a man In Hyda
The primaries were going red hot for
Ernul and Green at Trutts yesterday.
Messrs J A Everington and R C
Wayne returned from Arapahoe last
8unday where they reported the Union
meeting which they attended Interesting
and successful '": Bmn.
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JACOBS' Raleigh Rye Whiskey Is the
but. Middle street . v -
ELECTION BOARD MEET
Rcflslrar (and Judges For Election oa
.'?' Hovember Foartti named.
' The Election Board of Craven County
met In the county courthouse in the City
of New Bern Sept. 1st, 1008. A majority
of the board being present to wit, O. E.
Foy and Mark Dlsosway, they prooeded
to organise by electing C. S. Foy Chair
man and Mark Dlsosway, Secretary. The
election of Registers and Judges for the
election to be held on Tuesday after the
1st, Monday in November IMS wu pro
ceded with them the following were
t Vanceboro-;D.;p. Whltford, Regls
trarf Wm. Cleve, B. F. Dlnklna, Judges.
Maple Cypress E. F. Adams, Regis
trar, Wiley Causey, Joe Frank Gautuer,
Judges; .s s. v:ti s v",
Traits Wm. D, Whltford, Registrar
W. H. Whitehorst, W. K. Rowe, Jud
ges.! i ;? it -v -
;: Dover W. B. H. Blandford, Registrar
Wm, Tyndal, L. H. Outlaw, Judges. .
Core Creek J. B Robinson, Registrar,
N. B. Ipock, 8. L White, Judges. .
Ft Barnwell B B Wooten, Registrar,
John 8 W Fearce, H L Wooten, Judges.
Taylor's Store Joshua Adams, Regis !
trar, Ed Bangert, J A Morton, Judges.
'Lees Farm H A Marshall, Registrar; ,
J H Hunter. V A Tolson, Judges. -.Thurman
J C McGowan lrH' Regis
trar: B W Ives, J B Bunight, Judges. , ,
1st Ward R R Hill, Registrar; Waa.
Ellis, T A Henry, Judges.
tnd Ward H L Hall, Registrar, S K
Bryan, S W Carpenter, Judges, 'i
Ird Ward E B Street, Regtatrar-r Ed.
Clark, J TJ Smith, Judges.
4th Ward J. H. Smith, Register; J,
M. Hargett, William Lorch, Judges.
Bern Precinot Walter Fulford, Reg
istrar; J. W. Dukes, i W. X. McKoy
Judges, ' illiK
Pleasant HOI Daniel Lane, Registrar;
John French, A.W.Ipock, Judges. .
. Juper W. T. B. Lane. Registrar;' Ed
Wadsworth, W, T. Wseka, Judges.
Tlsdales Rayner Perry, Registrar,
Walter Bray, D. R, WMlams,' Judges.'
.; . '" C, E. FOT, .
'?: ;'','- Si,-. C&slrsiaji.
. UAKI DnCSWAY.
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Tie Income Tax Decision On Federal
Sereaty-twa and Thlrty-algkt Marry
Tha Halifax Islepeaient Mtva-
eat. Military Company
1 Ta Keargaalxe. Seatk '
i Dtlata fait
BUMat, Bepi, JtAX the Methodist
Orphanage here this afternoon Rev J.
W. JUna,tU superintendent, and Miss
Mattfb B. Atwater, Its matron, were mar
ried,Rev.Dr.T..Ivey,the editor of
the Chrlatian Advocate, performing the
ceremony. The executive committee of
the trustees of the orphanage were pres
ent It Is Rev. Mr. Jenkins' fourth mar
riage. He la 79 years of age. His bride
is 88 and la from Chatham county.
It does not appear that there Is the
leut prospect of forcing Judge Purnell
to pay Income tax on his salary. A year
ago. In a ease Involving the point, At
torney General Gilmer gave an opinion
that the Income tax could not In such a
case be collected.. He spoke of this to
day and said ha would stand by his
Biz convicts, all negroes, and none for
a longer term than seven years, arrived at
the penitentiary today. ,
Sheriff House, who brought these con
victs, when asked what wu the charac
ter and extent of the independent move
ment, In Halifax said ha did not con
sider It a large movement, but regretted
to see it, u It marked the formation of a
white Republican party there.
The conference of the Governor, the
attorney general and J. E. Shepherd and
George Rountree, the associate counsel,
for the Bute In the South Dakota bond
suit case, continued today.
President Winston of the Agricultural
and Mechanical college, says the number
of incoming students is so great that he
now thinks It will exceed by 100 his es
timate. This means he thinks it will
The Democratic campaign rally opened
yesterday, although there had been
speeches made here and there for some
It appears that the United States Sup
reme Court hu in two- cases decided
that the salary of a federal Judge wu
not subject to State taxes
An effort is now being made to reor
ganize the company of the State
Guard at Wilson, recently disbanded
on reoommendatlon of the Inspector
general.' - n
September 4. Rev. Mr. Ener closed
his protracted meeting here last Wednes
day night. There wu no addition to the
We are having very dry and warm
weather now vegetation is suffering for
rain . ; .:.- ....
' Mr T 8 Jackson hu recently purchas
ed the store know u the "Cleve's stand"
at the foot of the bridge and Is having It
Mr B F PInklns spent Monday In
. Miss Lizzie Bmith left Tuesday morn
ing for Greenville where she will visit a
Mr 8 J Lane spent Tuesday In Wuh
tngton. . ' i
Miss Helen Smith returned from New
Bern Tuesday. She hu been attending
the Teacher's Institute which wu In ses
sion last week- "' -'"'' r; ,
' Mrs Laura Sparrow of Florida Is visit
ing at Dr. B. 3. 8mHh. ; r
Mlu Dallas Dinklns went toOlympla
Sunday morning and returned In the
Miss Eva Williams and sister Mabel of
Greenville la Jvisltlng ' friends and rela
- Miss Helen Harris Is visiting her
father this week at Grantaboro.
' Misses Etta and Nora Lancuter Is vis
iting their . lister . Mrs Lela Lathing-
, The high prices paid for tobacco are
causing the farmers to be busy carryidg
tobacco to Market.
' Messrs D 8 Lancuter, 8 J Lane, Cleve
Williams and L II Lancuter attended
the game of ball tn New Bern last Thurs
For fine spring chickens, call at the
Lak ttoLli-.aa'4 Watc;-.
Ixil.e Slk-!a. mi jiiiH uo yln' k Inlet
Where, tlwu. osit lt ifpleulsh
nient? t'roiit lii Korky iiioutitiilM. .
Through rents ami orovletn, down. In
to caver nn at the roots of Wwms moun
tains, pour ever the waters from melt
ing snow. Four thousand feet they
sink, to strike a gravity Incline that
levels with their floor under Chicago.
Under that city and elsewhere on the
west side of Lake Mtchlgan-tbls
the proved theory, theory as good aa
proved the snow covered Rocky
mountains are constantly sending their
iwatera to supply flowage and evapora
tion that are aver going forward tn the
Wa are still selling meat at U) per
pound, not SOo u reportedOaks Market--':'.''-':-:
Dont fall to try our, 40; cent Tea, It Is
a goer and pleues them all at J. R. Par
ker Jr.- ? ".-?.; r , , :., .,
Cream. Soda today) at llcCdr-
Two Thirds Cotton Crop In Wake
Resabllesn IleadeaarUrs at Greens
bora. Farmers State Asso
ciation Meetlag a Fail
ure. Cue af Small Fox
IULiion Sept 4 It Is said by farmers
in this county that the cotton crop will
certainly not be over what wu expect
ed 90 daya ago.
Republican Bute headquarters will be
established again at Greensboro Septem
ber IS, by Bute Chairman Prltchard.
The number of students at the Agri
cultural and Mechanical College today Is
Mid to be 475.
Revenue Collector Duncan today ap
pointed Bpence Taylor of Pittsboro and
J. T. Fogleman of Burlington deputy
It Is said that nover before were so
many springs and small streams dry In
this section. Wells here In a great many
cases deepened. Large creeks are in
some cases south of here dry.
There were only about 8 persons pres
ent at the Farmers State Association
meeting yesterday. 1 1 wu a flat failure
The farmers will not turn out to attend
these voluntary meetings. The only
thing to do is to effect an organization
by counties, these organizations to send
delegates to the State organization, but
the latter not to control the county or
ganizations. The reason for this Is that
it is feared that a complete and powerful
State organization might drift Into poli
tics just as the Farmers' Alliance.
These are the views of a well known
agriculturist who has given the .matter
thought, and he adds not only by means
of such county organizations of farm
ers cause farmers' Institutes be made to
reach the people and be of real val
ue. A case of small pox Is at the pest
house. It is the first since Msy, 1901.
Thr new pest house was built lut win
ter. The patient is a small merchant
named Green. E3
Gov. Aycock and Auditor Dixon
spoke today at an educational rally and
political gathering at Wendell, this
The U. S. cruiser Brooklyn ran on a
rock near the Rhode Island coast and
wu Injured considerably. She will be
in need of repairs.
Because he Interferred and attempted
to stop a fight CoL W. J. Bryan wu as
sailed by a drunken man at Lincoln,
Neb., and would have been stabbed.
Bryan's superior strength saved him
The Johnson forces In Ohio are having
things their own way and Tom L. John
son is being boomed u presidential can
didate. The State Democratic ticket is
headed by Rev. Herbert S. Bigelow, a
Congregational minister of Cincinnati
' Government receipts for August were
$48,605,813; expenditures, $43,118,610,
The fish pack in Oregon 18 899,600,
cases, a 40 per cent shortage because ef
Four trainmen are dead as the result of
a collision on the Rook Island Road
near Birmingham Mo.
. Reports of suffering from starvation
on the Navajo Reservation at Fort De
fiance, N. M. are unfounded.
A pusenger train met a freight run
ning at high speed on the Wabash ,at
Peru, Ind., yesterday, but the enginemen
miraculously escaped .without a scratch
'7- ; , ' ' . a ' ' " l
Two Italians may die as the result of a
fight la a speak-euy at Dillonvale, O,
yesterday, the place resembled a slaughter-house
when tho fire combatants were
carried out. ,
- " j ;:';..';!!':;:'5
Howard xiggiestion me autnor oi
many books for young people died at his
summer house nesr Lake George, Vt,
Meeting Democratic Executive
The Democratic Executive Committee
of Craven County is hereby called to
meet In the county Court House In the
city of New Bern on Saturday, Sept. 6,
1903 at 11 a. m., for the purpose of can
vassing the returns of the Primary held
on Sept. 8, 1903, and for any other busi
ness that may come before the commit
tee. : Hxkkt R. Bbxan, Jb., Chmn. .
B. G. Cbkdu, Bec'y.
Brick Brick wa are agents for the
Kinston-Clark Brick and Tile Co., it will
pay you to see us before baying else
where, prices and quality J. R. Parker
Prescriptions at Davis'.
Davis' Prescription Pharmacy makes
a specialty of prescriptions. Prompt
and careful attention is given them.
Only the best drugs are used. The
prices are reasonable. Send yours there
to be C"e3.
TO THE HOME,
Bj rrofcTalftwr gmltk,f Georgia.
Professor TaUourd Smith, Principal
Slloam High School, Siloam, Ga., writes :
"With much pleasure X reoommend
Peruoa to all who may be suffering with
any trouble of the respiratory organs.
X have been using It in my family for
the put five or six years and find It to
be almost a household neoeaslty. Peru
am It tmtyagrmad catarrh remedy and
general tonic and will do all that It
claimed tor U by the manufacturers."
PROP. TALFOURD SMITH.
Catarrh la inflammation of the mucous
membrane. It may be In the mucous
membrane lining the eyes or the pelvlo
organs, throat, stomach, liver, bowels or
Catarrh Is catarrh wherever looated,
Parana cures catarrh wherever located.
Peruna is an internal remedy; not a
Catarrh Is a systemic disease, not a
local disease. If Peruna will cure catarrh
in one place it will cure It In any other
place, because Peruna is a systemic rem
edy. It reaches the disease through the
circulation in each organ. It eradicates
the disease by eradicating it from the
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of1 your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad'
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
FARMERS WELL PLEASED.
They Sell Their Tobacco and Go Home
There were excellent tobacco breaks
at the Planters ware house yesterday
and the farmers all expressed entire
satisfaction at the prices received. They
say that when the New Bern market will
compete for patronage u it hu done
this summer and give prices equal to the
Klnston market they prefer trading at
The sale at the Planters yesterday
amounted to 15,000 pounds, and some
farmers walked off with checks for $200
No wonder they are pleased.
Among the farmers who disposed of
of their goods were, B F Eubanks, F W
Hargett,TTMcCabe,BJ Willis, E
Avery, Aaron Ipock, Nathan Wallace, C
C Ipock, J E Avery, Asa Simpson, Red
ding Jones, J H Gouts, J H Stevenson,
M F Barrlngton.
BRADHAM'S LITER and STOMACH
PILLS are purely vegetable and can be
given to very old people and children.
Mild In action, their effect is far-reach'
ing. No pain or discomfort follows
their use. ; They . have been called
"Health's 1 Housekeepers," which
quite true. Does your liver hurt you f
Better try these pills. Price 25c. at
Marriage atbive. :
Cove, September 8. This evening at
the Baptist church here, Mr. John M.
Charlton, of New Bern led to the altar,
Miss Hattie White, a noted beauty and
daughter of Mr. Fred Wt White of this
place. Rev. Newton officiated. The al
tar wu beautifully decorated with rare
flowers, and the church wu crowded
with interested friends and spectators to
witness the beautiful ceremony. '
The groom entered with his best man,
Mr. Joe Robinson, of Cove, and Joined
the bride at the altar. The fair bride
entered with Miss Hattie Taylor of
Cove. She was elegantly gowned la
white silk and lace with veil caught
with a crescent of diamonds and Utiles
of the valley. She carried a large bong
quet of bricks roses. Mlu Hattie Tay
lor, Maid of Honor ' wore whita French
organdie, and white picture hat, and car
ried a boquet of la franco roses. After
the ceremony the bridal party returned
to Mr. White's home,' where the bride
changed her attlra for a handsome trav
ellng gown, and many friends accompa
niedthem to the depot. ' They left on
the Eut bound train for their home in
New Bern.' : v ' "
The accomplished Miss Bertha Tucker
of New Bern wu here yesterday. '
The new residence of Mr. W. T. Mc
Coy on Eden street Is nearing comple
Hon. ' " 1 . ' " Hkhoh.
' For Roacnes and Water Bars.
If you are troubled with roaches and
water bugs, try our Roach Puts. We
guarantee It to give satisfaction and re
fund the money If It does not. Price 23c
Davis' Pharmacy. -".v v
BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
and FEYER TONIC Is a sure cure for
Malaria In all Its forms. It is aeoneral
tonic and can be given to children to
Improve and enrich the blood and regu
late the digestive tract. Price 60c No
cure no psy. 3 AD3 AITS Til.
PEOP. TAXFOUHD SMITH,
Ho. 1 Shore
Fresh Cream Cheese.
Balogna Sausage. ' '
Small Iig Hams, English Cured Shoulders, Breakfast
Fresh lot Fancy Elgin and Clover Hill Print Butter.
Ileinz'a Pickles both sour and sweet. , ;
Veal Loaf, Ham Loaf, Potted Ham and Tongue, Chip Beef.
Fresh lot Cottolene.
Force, Cream of Wheat and Na Bob Pan Cake "Flour,
Freeh Oat Flakes and Grits. '
Fresh Prunes. Full stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
1 'Phone 01.
i RAINY DAY
58 inch wide
MS JDSf llffli I
I Children's Red Shoes Jiist
Size 1 to 6 at
Size 6 to 8 at
n n a n nn! :
I M I II I -
J J. BAXTER
has moved his Millinery Stock from Pollock ' ,
Street to hia store on Middle Street and is Clos- . '
Jng out , the same at GREATLY REDUCED ; J
Special Inducements to Milliners.
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Under the name of The Bee Hire we have opened at the Duffy
Store, 61 Pollock Street, a Dry Goods and Ladies and Childrens Fur-
nishing Store, where may be found everything needed , in those lines
and at EXTREMELY . LOW PEICES. . .. . "
-, ; . Our buyers have just returned from the Northern Markets' and
the Fall Goods are arriving daily." I " , "-'" .
Our determination to sell FOB , CASH STRICTLY and one price
to all will commend Itself to shrewd buyers, for we return to you in
prices what others have to malxo you pay t forriz: a
high salaried book-keeper and bad ccccu.r.
ii v wmuuij muw jua iu iudjcvi uur iwt ucioro uuyii! anil
promise you cheerful and polite attention and more than all Eemcmlcr.
The' Bee Hive sells it for less." j " ; ' - ; '
Just Received r
71 Broad UU
SKIRT GOODS i
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