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IIW BXRI, CS1TII COUITI, I. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1902.SICOSD StCTIOt.
VOLDMI UVf 1
r 7 rm
Abaolulely Pure -
Floe ipert la Buntlnf . Shot a fclicea
Personals. ,. f .
Oct. 'J3. The mooting at South River,
pn gie ding finely.
Mr. Henry Manthall la here on haul
pass 'connected with the Roper Lnralier
sii- 1'imrl l .tylor was i very welcome
Hilar at Wlnthrop Tuesday.
Sporting men on board lliu tug Wln
ltirut urn livliii roo-! luck shouting
, qu!rrol and WiNMlpceki-vs. ' ; ,
Wlial baa hHantf tn old Harlowef
We tieveMifar from there In the J.iur
hh! hi hII. Wu do.i'i hi;ar frim Dover
( In er. Wu ire iutercsted In both tbese
place kin) khnuti! l'kn to boar from
them through tli Journal.
. Mr- A L liecluu relumed homo Wed
nesday f' 'm s visit lo Iiit parents in
Cil W 0 Dixon shot aud klllod a pel
ican a flmrt lime ago. The first one
we Imvv ever heard of Mng killed in
Nyril Carolina. Capt. Will it a good
niarkman Hli a rills.
Mr A I) Holl' ii left thU week (or
Jiiiim' liny wln'iii In- will engage In the
IiiiiiIk r I VII i-)n HH.
C.tlt.u picking ami bird
hunting la the order of the day and pol
itics the topic of the conversation.
Mr M A Hill visited the future Mrs.
Hill down the road, Monday.
-Hiss lizzie Ewell pn,t Saturday and
Sunday In New Bern and tays aha did
tlf&VcatChHhe whall po.. ,! ? j -vv
Mia JtSeUie Taylor and Mr E J Biaet
Wished near Ft. Barnwell Sunday even
ing, f v
Wonder If grape will be ripe by next
A car load of people went from here
to New Bern Saturday night on a pleas
ure trip,' thla don't teem like we are
afraid of New Bern.. 1 ,
" The above was a section car with a
capacity of only 8.
Mr. Fred Ipock apent Sunday at the
Railroad bridge,. Core Creek bridge, we
mean. '-- J - - v, , - ..
, Mr J 3 Roberaoa onr registrar la
doing aorne good work. He la faithful to
hit post and every effort of hla la being
exhausted In seeing that no white per
son la left out. " '
The heaviest pumpkin of the aeaaon
I to be teen at the atore of Messrs. Eu
banks and McCoy, weighing 100 lb.
00 balea of cotton , were aold , on oni
market Monday, pretty good we think
as our market Is yonng and In Iti In
We hope to aeo every white man who
ha not registered come to the hooka
Saturday and attend to thli Important
Why suffer pain and severe slokneaa
from Bowel Complaints, when AR
NOLD'S BALAAM stop one and cures
the other. It has been successfully need
for fifty years. Warranted to give satis
faction or money refunded by T. &
Henry.. - - ,'!,, ,y :,',f ,
Blrda' Hoctti and Paetry.
Birds' nests have attracted the atten
tion of inquisitive genius from the days
of Aristotle down to the present time.
This 1 not "-wonderful, bemuse tha
nests are invariably curious and often
beautiful, bosldea offering a cradle, ae
it were, for a host of romantic specula-.;
tlons and poetical theories. Imagine
tlon has taken hold of blraa and thetr
noata tvlth Inciilnp fTWVm Arnvlns
forth meentlmn some: beautiful
ends to enrich romance withal and to;
ndd tq the aom of what w most per
sistent In the song of mankind.
The ancients told that the halcyon,
beautiful aquatic bird, had its nest oa
the sea's breast, a little floating palace,
around which tt wee waa always
calm and sweet Halcyon, or nlcyon,
was the klngUeher, It la supposed, but;
Wnow know every species of this
bird, and noner of them builds Its neat
to drift about on the sea. Indeed, M
If te make the contrast of fact With
fancy as great as possible, most of the
kingfishers , dht. . deep , holes In the
ground for their homes. , ,v, . "
CASTOR I A
v Tor Infanta and Children,
Tki KfcJ Yea K::i AL-: l::?A
y Bean the
Seaboard Air Line Wreck Doe To
0ly ISS00. Damage Dene. Light1
BegUtratleav la Wake. vKe
' ferti ei p Beglitra
. tlea Seem. NeUble
R a lei a a, Oct. S3. The registration
Id Raleigh township la only about 1800.
It n seUrthat 9078 whites paid poll tax
qr are, free from Ik There were two
yeara'ago 1800 negro voter. Of these
only aboat 189 have registered.
It Is said that the damage to the Bea-
boatdAir'JJa by the wreck which oc
curred at Boaklngham last Sunday was
only $3500, Engineer Robertson, who
WM luri, will recover.
hja:wreok wu entirely due to the
careJesaneM. of a flagman. He opened
the Mitch- after two trains bad passed
and Tbith'trT train dashed Into it. When
the angina, was only 800 feet distance Its
fireman' ta the flagman frantically war
log a ;flag, but waa too late. These In
stance of carelessness move a railway
bfficlaf WM that there ought to be a
law to punish carelessness. He expresses
the belief that such punishment would
check much of the damage and loss of
life caused by open switches, disobedi
ence of orders, etc.
Preildent Joseph O. Brown of the
ttllxsns Naiioual Bank here accepts an
la Hal Ion to deliver an address en the
New South, at the annual m ollng of the
American Bankers' Association at New
Orleao November 11-13. Among the
other speakers Wtll be Messrs. Dawes
anil Uidgeley. ' ,
Prcshlent J. A, Loug of the State Fair
I here. He Is greatly pleased at the out
look and say ths railways are cooperat
ing very heartily and promise plenty of
car tad trains.
Democratic State Chairman Hlmmooe
will In a few daya give out the figure
as to the registration, which closes Sat
urday, lie will get reports promptly,
showing i he white and colored registra
Applet li.r the great apple show at the
Stale Fair ar arriving rapidly at the
agricultnral cloparinvn1. Mnaes Cone
sends 2D varlctlea from hla orchard In
At Christ church this evening there
was a notable assemblage of aoclety peo
ple to attend the wedding of Prof Henry
M Wilton and Miss Mary A Turner.
Prof. Wilson it la charge of lha textile
department of the Agricultural and Me-,
chanlcal College hero. The bride U a
daughter of Dr. Vines E. Turner. She
waa attended to the altar by her cousin,
Mlaa Sadie Root of Raleigh at maid of
honor, and by Misses Sophy Bnsbee,
Eliza Bosbee and Florence Boylan of
Raleigh, Mist India Turner of Qulltman
Ga., Miss Margaret Oliver and Mist El.
ale Wilson of Baltimore, at bride maid
The best man was Mr. Albert Carroll of
Baltimore and the groomsmen were Dr.
Oharlea B Turner, of Philadelphia,
Henry Q. Turner, Watklna Robarda, of
Raleigh, David Clark of Charlotte,
Charles McCreery of Birmingham, Ala.
Directly after the wedding there was
a recaption at the home of the brlde't
Btanba ' yeiM KIm Yot Mm Alwi;
Oct 23. We are having tome cool
weather at present to much to, tome of
our farmers are gathering corn and dig
Rev D H Petree filled his regular ap
pointment Sunday which wu ths last
for the year i
Messrs Walter Land and Thaddeu
Brlmon of Arapahoe were In our town
Miss Lona Holton returned home
Sunday from Oriental accompanied by
Mr Joe Lewis. She reports her visit
to be pleasant ,, , .
Mr Ernest Hern of Wilmington wu
In our midst Sunday. !
we note tome or our young men are
making tome preparation for the "here
after" life It seems to, at leut there it a
good bit of work being done.
Mr J T Ipock hu recently completed
hit residence. -'" . j
We are glad to note the statement la
this weeks Issue of the Journal In regard
to small pox. Wo tape there la no dan
ger aow. Some of our people dldnot go
to New Bern lut week on. , account of
thla trouble. ;- .
' We Toloe the people In expressing oar
deepest sympathy to our young friend
wfco met with inch bad tou recently
He while traveling along llf et road think
ing no 111 could ever befall him and to
everyone there teemed nothing to dis
turb hit young life. . But suddenly It
came upon him when he wat not pre
pared; to,' nor 'could he help himself
himself,: from the awful eruh of the
deadly . blow, he must not have been
watching or there might have been tome
way though It wu like a rushing mighty
wind too dulok tor thefae of man to tee
and tore from him the "belter half"
which wu hit gtrL ' i f :' - i
'Jack Frost" hu come with hit little
paint boxet and painted up Autumn's
furniture la the most delicate shade
for the tree tops are aurely beautiful
now.. : :
How nature bring a untie?
LOOTING FOR L0WEX PUCES.
Rev fork Expects and $r Coal In a
Hew York, Oct 23 With the resump
tion of operation! ta the anthracite coal
mines of tansytvanla, the people of the
United States who hare been paying ex
orbitant rates for fuel for months will
soon be able to buy eoal at something
near the rate which wu charged before
the strike wu ordered; that wu 85,33 a
ton for this city. -:
This It the statement made tome of
the large retail dealer here, who, how
ever, tay it may be tome weeks before a
figure approaching ' thla ' price Will be
quoted. While Hall depend, they uy,
on amount mine owner will send out
they are reasonably sure that even by
next week there will be an appreciable
reduction from the $15, wbioh U the pre
vailing rate now. ' The day la not far
distant, all agree, , when the pibllo will
be enabled to get eoal at a price ranging
between $8 and $7.
It It the general Idea that the mine-
owner will be able to turn out, begin
ning with tomorrow, at leut about two
third of their usual tonnage, and there
la no reason to believe ' the Eastern cities
will not receive their proportionate
ahare, although there are aome.who be
lieve that a large percentage of . the
amount mined will be sent to the West,
so that It may be spread over the Great
Lakes beforelwlnter catches themwlih
Baatstk ' ' y The tiaJ Yw Hm lwar3 Bought
Market Letter on Cotton.
By private wire, J. E Latham ft Co.
Naw Yobk, Oct S3. There wu no
change In the Irregular disappointing
character of the market It wu small
receipt, tugging at one end, and fine
weather at the other, between the two
price moved In first one direction, and
then in the other. We are free to con
fess we don't know what it the trouble.
In tome ways the market look u
though It wanted to ease off, but Just as
soon u It gets started, one short of Jan
uary get frightened and covert. Thtt
advance January and causes buying In
March and May. Then Instead of a de
cline, the market halts and before one
U aware of it, advances several points,
and so It goes. Aawe aald the market
Is much disturbed and the only way
teems to be to buy on a good break and
as soon as tha cotton shows a profit, let
It go. The advance in January to 8.71
and a premium of 26 pointa over March
attracted selling of January and this
wu partly responsible for the break.
Another reason wu the report that Mr.
Bnston who came last year will estimate
the crop tomorrow. We would place
about u much confidence In his views
u we would In "a prominent New
Torkers." He 1 unbiased by any Inter
est In the market, , whereu the New
York gentlemen confess to extensive
Niw Tons, Oct. S3. We don't think
we overstate the case when we uy that
October is about the wont month .in the
year. ? It doea not make any difference
whether a man. la long or ahortorhu
any interest at all, the month is disgust
ing. This ' It due to weather. There
tt a general feeling that a few good days
in October add several thousand bales
to the crop. .Before frost actually comet
this It aggregated until the crop 1 augu-
mented by about a million bales, and It
would aeem.u though there wano
limit to the crop. At long at weather
keep good and operator refuse to buy
no material advance can be expected
We don't like to advite heavy buying In
In the Fall of the year, at leut until re
ceipts begin to fall off. Thetltuatloa
though, does seem favorable to buyer.
Even though the crop it 10,500,000 balea
thla mean higher prices' next spring.
Anyone buying cotton now must expect
thla uncertainty for a time. There it
not likely to be much of an advance as
long u weather keep good; 8hould
we get a falling off next week in receipts
we might have a more active market
In tha light bf fine weather ' there
very little weakneu on the whole and
we are Mtlafled with the market At
we have uld before we expect a steady
market and a tteady market now it a
tT&e Motorman to Blame.
BoaTox, Oct. B3. Ine report upon
the accident la which President Roose
velt's bodyguard, Wm. Craig, wu killed,
aad the President and Secretary Cortel
yon were injured at Plttafleldatt month
made public today, the board of railroad
commissioner find that the mpoulbll
lty for the accident rests with the motor
man of the eleotrlo oar which ran Into
the Pretident'i carriage.
Euclid . Madden wu the motorman.
HU name la not mentioned In the report.
The oomailsaloaer find that the car wu
going at reckloM speed aad that the
management' of the street railway wu
at fault la not establUhlng rulea to reg
ulate the tpead of ears at a dangerous
point like that at which the accident
happened.. The report says: "The mo
torman had good reasons tot bellm the
effort which, he wu - plainly making to
teach the Country Club before the car
riage, met with the approval of patsen
gen, Including a prominent director of
tni company." v
Sixty Thousand Democratic Major
Favors Compulsory Education. Pub
lic State Reports. Revival or
Butler's Opinions. 01
Raleigh, Oct S3. The Stale commis
sioner of labor Is making up his report.
The first -Compilation I of reports from
farmers. Of those who report 83 per
cent declare themselves in favor of com
pulsory education. Their returns also
how that crops were made more
cheaply this year than in a number of
years and that hence the profit Is great
er. State warrants were Issued today in
aid of free libraries for rural schools In
Johnston, Mitchell, Caldwell, Hampson
and Franklin counties.
The annual report of the State Super
intendent of public Instruction Is so well
under way that he hopes to have It In
type by the end of the year,
The tickets to the State Fair here go
on sale tomorrow, which U a day earlier
The State Auditor intends to have his
report for 1902 in the hands of the legis
lature by February 1. The report for
1901 was not issued until the summer of
this year, the delay being due to the
The demand for wood for fuel Is so
great that all at any points along the
lines of railway has been secured.
. The Supreme Court affirms the Super
ior Court by deciding that osteopathy
may be practiced In this State without
a license; In other words that the pres
ent medical laws do not cover it.
Ex-Senator ;Marion Butler intimates
that he may make a few speeches In the
campaign this year. He had an Inter
view in July, It appears, with Senator
Pritchard, and wanted the latter to en
courage independents; to hold no Re
publican State convention, but to en
dorse independent nominees. Pritchard
at first assented, but later decided to
take the other course and as a result the
Republicans put up .some men, while
they endorsed one Independent. Butler
uyt Pritchard is not .acquainted with
polltical.conditlonsln the eastern por
tion of the State.
Democratic State Chairman Simmons'
present estimate of the Democratic ma-
ority In the State is at least 60,000.
There are now 91 inmates present at
the Soldiers Home here. Of those 14 are
In the hospital.
The entire cadet corps of State Agri
cultural and Mechanical . College Is now
uniformed. The last uniforms arrived
Governor Ayoock hu received an In
vitation from Chauncey Depew and
James H. Hyde, to meet French Ambas
sador Jules Cambon at a banquet at
Sherry's, New York City, November 15
The receipts of the fund for the pub
lic schools, not including graded schools
for the current year are $l,311,301,whlch
Is $191,000 greater than the receipts for
1901. The increue on property tax
alone wu $54,000.
Ten members of the local lodge of
Knight of Honor here sued the Supreme
lodge for $2000 each, for Its refusal to
reinstate them. They had paid their
duea to the financial agent,but the latter
had not sent them to the grand lodge,
though he informed them they were in
Hill Again In Tammany Hall.
New York, Oct. 22. For the first
time in 10 years David Bennett Hill,
former Governor and former United
8tates Senator from the State of New
York, spoke tonight In Tammany HalL
The occasion wu the ratification of the
Democratic State ticket. Former Presi
dent Grover Cleveland sent a letter ex
pressing his regret that a previous en
gagement prevented his attendance.
Those who spoke were Chas. N. Belder,
candldato toi Lieutenant Governor,
John B. StancbSeld and Martin W. Lit
" A Great Comedy Success,
The apparent Interest with which the
engagement of Marie Lamour and com
pany In Wilfred Clarke's great comedy
success, "A Wise Woman," at the Opera
House next Monday night la fraught, is
not to be wondered at when one stops
to consider the personnel ot the com
pany and the marvelous reception ac
corded Mr. Clarke's play on Us original
presentation at the Strand theatre, Lon
don, "A WlM Woman" proved itself one
of the most remarkable comedy luocess-
es ever produced at that theatre from
both a box office and artistic standpoint,
and the tour of the play in this country
hu so far sustained the splendid repute
tlon that preceded It. Miss Lamour,
who la being featured In the title role, Is
a graduate from Augustln Daly' com
pany In New York, In which organiza
tion the hu been aeon In many Import
ant roles. The supporting company In
dudes Frederic Murphy, lut uuon
leading man for Julia Marlowe, and an
actor of tare capabilities. ' .,1
bantu Tn Kind Voa Haw always Bougft
Of America Use Pe-ru-na For All
Sfrv Toft, President Valkreln Association,
Mrs. Catherine Toft, President of the
Valkreln Association, of Chicago, in a
recent letter, WTitea the following:
6649 Cottage Grove Avenue, (
Chicago, Ills. (
"Knowing of the very satisfactory re
sults from the use of Peruna in cases oi
a worn-out system and a broken-down
constitution, I have often advised it, and
am glad to speak of the well deserved
praise those who have tried It have given
it It is of superior merit I endorse
lt-MR8. CATHERINE TOFT.
Letters of gratitude from various Insti
tutions of the country, to the manufac
turers of Peruna, indicate the high ap
preciation that these Institutions have
tor this remedy.
Mrs. Clara Makomer, housekeeper foi
the Florence Crittenden Anchorage Mis
sion, of Chicago, writes the following
letter from 302 Chestnut atroct, Chicago:
" Peruna Is the best tonic I have evei
known tor general debility sure cure
tor liver complaint, and a never-tailing
adjuster In cases ot dyspepsia. I bavt
also used It In cases of female Irregu
larities and weak nerves common to
the sex, and have found It most satis
factory." Mrs. Clara Makemer.
A book written by Dr. Hartman on
the different phases of catarrh and their
treatment; also "Health and Beauty,"
written especially for women, sent fros
to any address by The Peruna Medicine
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Snow fell at Schenectady, N.;Y. Tues
Seven hundred folding boxmakers on
strike at Chicago, 111, returned to work
yesterday under a pleco work scale.
The Common Council of Chicago, 111
has thanked Dr. Adolph Lorenz, of
Vienna, for his work among the poor
The Southern Textile Company.known
as the Fries Mill Merger, becomes effec
tive December 1, 70 mills being in the
One of the greatest gas wells ever
struck In Pennsylvania wu struck on
Wednesday at Worthlngton. More than
20,000,000 cubic feet of gu are reported
escaping every day. Efforts to control
the escaping gas have been unsuccess
Miners Resume Work.
Special to Journal.
Wilkbsbabbb, Pa, Oct. 23. One
hundred thousand of the former coal
strikers resumed work tnls morning.
Miners of Markle and Coxe brothers re
fused to return to work because posted
notices requiring them to abide by decls
ion of arbitration tribunal.
who art In need of the
heal medical treat
ment should not fail
tooonault Dr. Hatha
wav at once, aa he ta
rcoogniiad aa the
leading and most sno-
Yon tri safa In
nlaotnc roar ease In
hla hands, aa ha la the
and ha the best rep
utation. Ha eures
There other (all
there la no patebwora
or experimenting in
hla treatment Per
sonal attention by Dr.
Hathaway, also spe
cial counsel from his
when necessary, which no other offloe has. If
yon can not eall, write for free booklets and
question blanks. Mention your trouble. Kv
errthins atrietly confidential. J. Newton
Hathaway, M.P. . , ... ,.;
74 Inman Bld'g, tii 8. Broad St.
I will tell at public auction on the
farm of the late J. H. Vinton, Nov. 0th
1903 at U o'clock a. m., the entire stock
of the farm consisting ' ot the latest Im
proved farming Implement, such u
mowing machines and rakes, ' 1 of the
latest Improved potato acraperi,3 double
wagont and cuts, 1 top boggy, 9 cuta
way harrows, plow, harrow, thovelt
aud hoe and everything that It uted on
an up-to-date farm. Alto about 85 tont
ot hay and abundance of com, 4 mules,
1 hone and the entire household and
kitchen furniture. v j!
Terms of t tie cash. r,si
MRS. E. A. VINSON.
S. R. Street, Auctioneer.
Men and Women
I Good Service 1
It's winter now: The store is fortified in every
section with the Newest and Best Merchandise. These
goods we shall sell at a" profit,' - Yon - expect to pay a'
profit if you buy them, but tt is a reasonable" profit; a
profit that you will pay with pleasure, feeling assured
that for every dollar spent here yon are receiving an
Wide Gloth for Suits.:
The tailor-made suit is again "the thing". The ma-"
terials for these are many and varied. We show this
season as never before, a variety of wide cloths to choose
The popular weaves and popular prices. Our Spec
ial 51 inch Venetian in all colors and black at 85c.
Broad Cloths, in almost any shade, 51 in. at $1.00,
Cheviot Serges, all wool, 44 inches wide, at 60c.
These are very good values, all high class fabrics.
Can't fiddle too strongly or too loud on that Kid
Glove string. We're modestly proud of the stock and
proud of the prices
75c, $1.00 & $1.19.
WOOL GOLF GLOVES
in all the leading colors.
White, red and black 50c. Childrens sizes 25c.
67 Pollock Strcet.8rl
WE ARE FITTED UP
To FILL ORDERS for Stoves
A full stock of Wood Heaters, Wilson Heaters, and o&n per
feet with front feed door. You will find on oar floor the kind you
want. " We are prompt la putting them np. ' t Look our stock oyer
before placing jour order. : ... ' ' '
We carry a good stock of Sash, Doors, Blinds Lime, Cement,' Plas
ter, anything you may want In Builders Material., , .
Special Black Jack Stove Blacking. "
! Ball Bearing Castors." 1 , ' ' " '" ''
J; i : V.,-(,-, . Hf;;-1 ; V''., .
COTTON STORAGE 7AREi:0U22
. Why soil your cotton at these extreme low prices with CTerythbg
depressing the market when you: can store rt nominal cost, and take ad
vantage of higher prices later in the season. ,,..' ;; nl ..;,'j;"; ,,,,,,
Alllcottoii covcnjd by insurttneo, v r.nJ lib
eral advances xaado if dcrircd.
Terms, f storage given' on BppHc.,.:.i..l'i..: ' ; '' ",
i 1 1
id Gloves. 1
Silk lined at $1 00.
Snappier, Lamer, Better tlLan ever
Our line of Griffon Brand Cloth,
ing Men's Suits in "Extra Fine
Worsteds and all the real thing.
Youths Suits in Elegant Cassi
mere, Childs 2 piece, 3 piece and
Norfolk Suits in fullest assortment
and at prices that require no argu
ment to sell them. , ,,.
. There may be some clothing as
good as ours but not at the price
When you buy here you buy
right!, : . ,
J. J. BAXTER,
89 Middle Street' ,
. Qaskill Hardware Co.
iqptnm Bit; NEW BXRlf, It. (Jj