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RIW BXRN, CBATIH COUHTT, R. C, TUESDAY, DICIMBI& 2, 1902 -FIRST SECTION,
: ,Wbit Edncalloa Cost the State Dur
in; the Past Tear.
Wood Barnlng- Engines. U. 8. Cotrt
'This Week. The Hall, of His
tory., Holiday Trade
" '' . Trospects. Scar
' 1 ' let Ferer Ba- -" '
' BaluohJ November 29. The Bute
Superintendent of Fnbllo Instruction
today found that the total ion expend
ed for public education In North Caroli
na thla year li $1,870,41. , This Includes
the State University "Agricultural and
Mechanical College ,fNormalend Indna-
trial College for women, the city public
achoola and the town and country public
schools, It la much the beat ihowlng
ever made, i ..' - " "' -' '-..' '
The Seaboard Alr-Llne had 10 of Its
freight engine changed to wood burn
: ere, but hat had them again made coal
' barneis, as no : wood haa been burned.
The road contrived to get coal It haa
" two thousand corda of wood cut on thla
division alone, ready lor an emergency.
The only problem now' la to keep
supply of coal until- after the holi
. The Btate board of canvasser of elec
tion returns having yesterday canvassed
those for Congressmen and. Solicitors,
today took up -tbe ones for State offi
cers. - t . 4 1
Post office inspector F. N. Davis, who
"' for a fortnight has been sick berets now
'convalescent. 'He kas done much valua-.-
Die work for lht service In eastern North
Carolina. . , '
The scml annual term of the United
States District Court here beglns'neit
week.- The docket ' Is not as lieavys
usual. 'V ;, ?V v
Auditor Diioa has returned from
' Elizabeth Olty, where .be spoke yester-
day, . He very greatly enjoyed his stay
' there. ' ,p
The placing of objects in the Hall of
History In the Stale Museum goes on
... rapidly. There will be a complete col-
lection Illustrating Indian history lo the
State. - The North Carolina Society of
the Cincinnati, will keep Us collection
In this boll. The Civil war section will
be very ilcli iu objects of Interest.1 One
- of theso features will the uniforms of
prominent generals. " The collection of
arms', etc. of all periods Is complete and
: valuable. , The are many Revolutionary
. . relics, papers, etc. " ,-
It is confidently felt that.lhe'" holiday
; trade here will be the largest ever known
It Is the general testimony of observant
people that North Carolina was never
1 so prosperous as at present. '
, Soma very daring-robberies of stores
, ? here are puzillng the police. ' 4
: - Exaggerated reports of scarlet fever
here are current. Theie are only 8 cases
In Raleigh and Its suburbs. This is of
ficial. There has been only one death
from this disease. ' Oat of all the'puplla
In tue publlo schools only three are slok
with this dUeaso. ' v
A BIG RICE FARM.
'J Mr. J. V. Williams Interested In a Project
I o Cultivate 3000 Acres of Rice, , j ;
V , . ' Mr. J. V, Williams, who will be re
V :;:, numbered' by many of our citizens,
v having been In business here several
' years ago Is In the city, He has recently
. been In New York and has returned to
I , North Carolina and has a project -which
' be expects lo pni In operation as soon
vv- as possible.,
t He ha au option on 6000 acres of land
H In Hyde county, 3000 of which is under
cultivation apd the balance' s swamp
, and limber land. On the land under
cultivating b will raise rice by the
- irrigation system, He has made a study
of tbe cultivation of rice and believes
that be w 111 le successful growing large
' . cropa. He has spent several seasons In
the rice fields of Texas, and will make
' use of the observations and experience
ti obtained there. V 1 '' '
Mr. Williams 'will organize a stock
company for this purpose with a large
capitalization and will sell shares at 80
. J' percent. He has secured several sub
' ' scribers and hopes to get many more,
The' land Is located between Matt s
,,- muskee lake and Pamlico Bound.
DOVER. , . , .i
A Nov,20-We feel thankful that the Lord
.r has spaied , us to see 'another beautiful
4 Thanksgiving. " ' ' ' " '
Mr. Jesse Vause was In town this
Y morning. r 15 j'V
' Mr, J. B. Htigglni, i Mrs. Nannie Hill
and MIbs Nellie Brjsn were in Dover
' Mr, F, N. Hawkins has sold out his
,i. whole saw milling business to Mr. W M
" Tyndal, ,,M',,,f
' 'r 1- Prof. J. W.f Portia, our watch woik-
rnsn and muslo teacher, who has been In
: Dover sometime will leave for bis home
' .:: In Harnett county, Jlondny December
' 1st, until after CL i,
' . Jlestr BUI WIU:.,-. s ,nj J H Haddock
.''.,. of Coahoma, were In r v?r toslsy. . s
We are glad to see the weather cooler
' r today s we think health will be better.
, ;., , . i.fa ' ' ' X. .
. , the Roller tray trunk . still takes the
lead, a lady should buy no other n.&ko,
For sale by J. J. EAXTni.
The Clark and Joyner Vote.
Special to Journal
Rautok, . Nov. M. The toU for
chief Justice as tabulated shows as fol
lows: Walter Clark, Democrat receiv
ed 183,740, and Thomas N. Hill, Inde
pendent, 70,804. Joyner, Democrat, for
Snpi Publlo Instruction, received 185,
840 and Daniel A. Long Republican 68,
209. Joyner therefore received 8,100 more
votes than Clark.
Dr Thompson Resigns.
Bpeclal to Journal
IUuhoh, Not. 29, Dr. Cyrus Thomp
son, the chief clerk la the office ol Reve
nue collector Duncan here has resigned
to go to his homo In Onslow County to
attend to his private business affairs.
The Collector greatly regrets his depart
ure. Mr. L M. Deaton Is promoted to
succeed Dr, Thompson. V ' '
' Market Letter on Cotton.
By private wire, J. E Latham ft Co.
New York, December 1, Aa far as the
total sales In this market were concerned
the day proved about as unimportant as
any this Fall. Prices! ranged within a
arrow limit most of the time with
plenty of factora keeping the market
steady and about as many preventing
any advance as far as situation goes on
eve of the Government report, there
seems to be an absence of features. It
requires some news to arouse Interest
and attract attention. ' There l nothing
one can point to in the eltuatlon today,
and say buy or sell. This may be ohanged
by the Government report but at the
movement everything Is featureless. Re
ceipts are very light, but when you look
at port stocks, one million larger than
they have been for years; when you con
alder the bad weather and the car short
age, there are reasons for this fact.
When the movement does Increase pri
ces are not unlikely to be adversely- In
fluenced. Then too, there la the dally
movement of cotton towards New York
and the doubling of our stocks In a
month, not to mention prospects of Jan
uary holders being compelled to take a
large quantity. Then there Is the utter
demoralization of the silver countries
and as China Is a big buyer of British
goods as well as of American fabrics,
the difference in "nurchasinir rjower of
money can not but influence trade, con-!
ditions. We are h6t wtlllng"6"take eJ
stand against the market Until the Gov-1
ernmet report Is out or we can see a de
cline coming, but on the other hand the
bureau may come out with decently ap
proximate figures and 10,400,000 orlO,-
000,000 bales would start a decline. There
is a lot of cotton held on a theory of a
small bureau and should there be dlsw
appointment it Is likely to be heavy sell
ing foretime, ;
t v'"' ;. J. E.Latham A Co,
New Yobk, Nov. 29. It was again a
very narrow market: Liverpool sent
about the same prices, and here prices
ranged within a four point limit. : The
market was secondary to news. 1 The
feature of the day was a Liverpool
cable on the gueas of that exchange;
fl gases now placed at 11,167,000 or 100.-
000,more than : this exchange, . This is
about as expected since the foreign esti
mate Is generally over ours. The real
significance of these figures ues In the
fact that the cotton world appears to.be
looking for ; U millions. In (his event
there should be a bureau report of 10,'-
500,000. A bureau of 10,500,000 Would
mean a decline In price and this is all
there Is in the market. Uncertainty
over the bureau will help the market
and light receipts bring In more or less
support) but as long as silver continues
its decline and finances fatl to rebound
there Is not likely to be a bull market In
cotton. The best Informed look for a
narrow market tor some days, j We
world not operate heavily until after
the bureau Is Issued. Don't buy on ad
vances nor sell on declines take advan
tage of : any profits. The small move
ment may advance the market some
What but We think there will be ab ma
terial differences until after December
;' J. E. Latham & Co. i f
; OLIVER'S. 4 t : "
November 17. Miss Lummle Ward
returned home Friday from .Trenton
where she haa been going to school. She
returned to school Monday. T ;
1 Mr. Burrel Parker and Arthur Long,
returned from New Bern last Friday
night ' v .
Mr O M Heath and wife spent ' Satur
day in New Hern, - ''"'.'
Mr Robert Howell spent 8atutday in
New Bern. ,
There was a nice little party at Mr J
P Harper's Saturday night.
Ml B F Henderson has commenced to
balld a dwelling which he will occu-
' Mr J J Bimmyns has about completed
a nlee feed house which Is a line, build
ing. ' s
Mr M H Parker went to PoIIocksville
Baturday. ' ' , "
, Mr B R Henderson went to Now Bern
Mr J J Simmons went to New Bern
i'r and Mrs M L Hollowell of New
f "i, came to Olivers yesterday to spend
1 : . - Jlvg wl'.h Mr J J t:.: nons.
State Vote AH In. X-
Special to Journal. : "
Ralxiqh, Dec 1. The Bute canvass
ing board this evening completed Its
canvass of tne vote which It announced
u follows: -
For Chief Justice, Walter Clark,
Democrat, 182, 239; Thomas N. Hill, In
dependent, 71, 273. '
. For Associate Justices, Henry O. Con
nor, Democrat, 197, 649, Piatt D. Walker
democrat, 1987394; R. Z, Llnney, Repub
lican, 1930, Charles Price, Republican,
1929. . v ,' V !
' Walker and Conner had no regular
opposition. !- ' ; ! -; -"
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
"Fewer gallons; takes less of Devoo
Lead and Zlno'tban mixed paints. Wears
longer; twice as long as lead and oil.
: LIBRARY WORK FOR CLUB
Women How Women of north Carolina
May Assist In Educational Work.
It is eminently proper that the women
of the State should aid in the great eda
oational campaign which our Governor
and his counselors have Inaugurated. Ed
cation means more to them than to
others, To the woman whole out off
from the social pleasures of tbe clty.this
Is a vital, a living Issue,
The education acquired In the school
room, must, with the great majority of
our people, be meagre at best. The
ooarseof . study . In our , public schools
will always be rudimentary, but the
chief object Is. attained, If, in the few
years of school life, a love of reading
good books has, been created in the
hearts of the pupils, so that they Will
seize on every opportunity to read. The
library la an Important factor In the pub
11c school system. It la one of the great
forces In modern educational progress.
The youth finds In a good library a sub
stitute for university training. , The stu
dent of mature r years supplements a col
lege course by reading In the hours and
minutes of leisure as accompaniments to
regular business.'' v.jt .; .y ! 'V
The legislature of North Carolina has
provided partially for the establishment
of 682 small rural libraries. The number
actually placed so far Is 898, making a
proportion of one library to fourteen
school districts. Fewer than fifteen per
cent of our ppeple live in touohwlth the
city libraries, leaving a large majority
who have, access to no books except
those found in meagre private collect-
In many homes thejbobk shelf Is con
spicuous for itt absence. An old spell
ing book, a patent office report, perhaps
a Bible, and a last year's almanac, and
the library la complete.
; The club women of the State,' at a re
cent meeting In Winston-Salem, recog
nizing thla need as their opportunity,
adopted Library Extension aa one de
partment, of work. .The aim of this de
partment. Is to promote the establishment
of libraries wherever the way maybe
open; to enlarge those already in exis
tence? to fit out small oases of books
which may be sent to points where they
are needed; to stimulate the Interest in
libraries generally; to foster the love of
collecting and preserving books; and to
endeavor to infuse Into the minds of the
people a proper conception of the bene
fits to be derived from libraries.
It should not be a difficult matter to so
core a traveling library. Many clubs
will send out memorial libraries which
have been'" contributed. In most' cases
the book's will be donated by the mem
bers of the' clubs. In many communi
ties there are good men and women who
Will gladly aid In making ' up suitable
collections of books. 4 "' -.
The ready ' assistance .of the County
Superintendents, teachers 1 and ' other
school bfflclals, as well as the rail road
authorities will facilitate the placing of
these libraries. - We appeal to all women
to co-operate In this work. ' ; .
!- MRS. J. T. ALDERMAN,
Chairman Library Extension, Btate Fed
eration, Woman's Clubs.
J, J. Baxter Is agent , for the W. L.
Douglas,' Lewis Crosaett and W, P. Tay
lor's khoes for men. and E. P, Reed's
shoes (or women. Every pair, guaran
teed.. ' ,.uuts t fj
u.-..i- CLARES. ': . ,-v.l
. , ." ...... , i,-1 -; i f-a.Jf a
Deo. 1. The farmers arounnd here, are
about through gathering - In their crops
and are smiling over the harvest. Hunt
ing Is now In order and many are enjoy
ing the sport. V -' ! 1 "
' Sore arms are much .In evidence here
now, and the request - to "look out for
that arm" la heard on every side. Everyg
body In Clark has been : vaccinated,
Save three persons, whom It Is said ran
like rabbits, and were never caught,
Messrs L A and G H Hancock took a
business trio to New Bern Saturday
Miss Kosa Lane of New Bern M spend
lng a few days la Clarks. ... ...
Mr G TJEubank went to see the
father of Mr Eubanks, Mr Thomas Eu
banks, who Is very slok, Sunday, i
Mrs Maggie Tyler died at her home In
Clarks last Sunday.
For LLiits and Children. . -
ra'r i Y:a C: i fcs r:::lt
Wells To Be Deyeloped In Th:s
Supreme Court Work. Rainfall.
Death of Leadlag Merchant.
Election Returns Just la
Ralxioh, Deo. L The rMn fell In
torrents yesterday and last night, but
all of It waa needed. .
The Supreme Court devote this
week to the docket of appeals from tbe
15th district. Only one more district
will will then remain,' on the regular
call. The court will not adjourn for the
term until a day or two before Christ
mas. The State canvassing board got .at
work early today In order to complete
the canvass during the day.
It Is said by experts that there is cer
tainly oil within 20 miles of Fayettevllle
They have been to tbe location and
made the tests. They say the only ques
tion is whether It la In paying quantities
They are now endeavoring to get some
of the artesian well-boring companlea to
drive some test wells.
Mrs. Crutch, the widow of Mr. Alex
ander Crutch, who was for years a lead
ing merchant here and widely known,
died at her home here today.
.The election returns from Forsythe
and Washington counties did not reach
the State Board of Canvassers until to
day, At Henderson, yesterday, four police
men wont to arrest a negro thief, a noted
desperado, long wanted. They caught
htm In a house. He dashed out, pistol
In hand, and fired at them. One bullet
passed through a button on a coat front.
The officers opened fire and killed the
negro, who was struck In the head and
Invitations are Issued to the wedding
at the First Presbyterian church here on
the evening of December 10th, of Miss
Charlotte Young, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Richard Young, to Mr.
Henry R. Thorpe.
BRADHAM'S IMPROVED ANTI
BILIOUS PILLS are nature's niildesj
and most effective remedy for a sluggish
liver anddi Borders of the digestive tract
generally. They remove impurities from
the blood and clear np the sallow com
plexion often seen in persons suffering
from liver or bowel diseases, Price 2S
per box, sample box two doses for 5c.
Car. Pelleok ft Middle Its.
Fresh Diphtheria Antitoxin and Vac
cine Virus at Davis' Prescription Phar
macy. ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER.
Brutal But Unsuccessful Attempts.
. . Flight Ends In Capture. U
' - ,-'f , ,
What came very near, closely near,
being a fatal Incldent.occurred on Queen
street last night about six o'clock. :
J. W Dall, a white man of vicious and
unlawful habits, who was married to a
good and tender woman, took -his wife
to an out of way place in Pamlico county
to reside, and about two months ago be
came cruel and bratal to both her, and
the children, two girls, and one boy, .
, Dall It is said engaged In the sale of
Illicit whiskey and stayed full all the
lime himself, growing all the time more
fierce and intractable.
Two weeks ago, In one of Dall's
drunken frenzies, he ordered his wife to
leave at once, on fear of death, swearing
he would Mil her on his return. Mrs.
Dall left and took refuge at her mother's
house in this city; Mrs. Sidney Jordan,
who lives on Queen street, and who ia a
most estimable old lady.
Saturday afternoon Dall showed up
in New Bern, making his way to Mrs.
Jordan's where he expected to find his
wife and children, whom Mrs. Dall had
brought away with her. ; ,-.
Mrs Dall, after an Interview with her
unnatural and brutal husband, thought
best' to get away,, and left Sunday for
Dover, where she stayed until yesterday
afternoon, returning on the evening
train, thinking perhaps her husband had
But Dall had continued to lurk around
and when he found his wife at her moth
ers he rushed In and began cursing and
Mrs. Dall, being near a door, dodged
within, and Dall thinking . to oatch a
shot, began firing through the passage,
the shots passing out the back door,
which was open at the time. t
Dall finding his shots had taken no
effect, rushed In and grasped his wife by
the throat, and after choking her nearly
senseless beat her in the face, unmercl
The brutal, inhuman wretch' after his
attacks rushed to the E. C. D. dock,
where the steamer Neuse was on the
point of sailing, and took passage, tak
ing his little boy with him.
This one time, it so happened, that
"the devil didn't take care of his own."
Dail was apprehended at Oriental and
will be brought here to answer for his
Mrs Dall waa seen last night, and
while not suSerlngfrom any serious
bodily injury was suffering much men
tal anguish on the loss of her boy, who
o ma fe
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74 Inman Building, 22 f 8. Broad St., ATLANTA, UA,
December 1. We have had a heavy
rain fall thlf pats week.lt was about an
Inch and half rain.
Farmers are about through housing
crops and report a very good yield In
every kind of orop.
Sunday was a very quiet day In the p.
m; rainy, which made it very disagreea
ble for those who attended the Union
meeting at Kitt Swamp.
Miss Susan Hartley is visiting relatives
and friends at Olympia.
Mr J A Johnson of Arapahoe passed
through Olympia Wednesday last on a
If madam rumor Is correct a young
man of down east made a business trip
to Olympia last week; we presume he
Good many of our people are carrying
a steaky erm for fear they might arouse
a sensation with vaccination.
Mr and Mrs Augbstus Sutton lost their
little child of smallpox the 20th Inst.,
and It Is reported Mrs button has small
If you don't want small pox you must
be vaccinated, and by this means, kill
out the fever, j
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removes crusts, . scales, and dandruff
soothes irritated, pitching surfaces, stim
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with nourishment, and makes the hair
row upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy,
scalp when all else fails.
CoTtctra Soap, assisted by crmctnaa
Onrrsorar, for preserving, purifying, and
beautifying the skin, for cleansing the
scalp ot crusts, scales, and dandruff and the
stopping of falling hair, for softening, whiten,
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tons, Inflammations, and oheflngs, or too free
or offensive perspiration, In the form ot
washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which
readily suggest themselves to women. s
Complete Humour Cure, $1.'
Cutiour A SOAP (2BO.) , to cleanse the skin of .
1 crust and scales, and soften the thickened
cuticle, CuTioiiKA Ointment (Wc.), to in
ttantly allay itching and Inflammation, and
soothe and heal, and Cutkwka KksolvksI
Pills (Itoo.), to cool and cleanse the blood.
OntitroiuEsm.viinPn.i.s (Chocolate Coated)
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ho can do on particular thing totter than any one also, and tnoh a man is on who has "
his endeavor to, and contend all of hit OMrgr and ability oa tha ipeolaltr h has ehotea tor hla
life's work. :, , . . . -; ..-
Early In mjr professional career I reallnd that Chroale Diseases were aot being given lbs
attention which their Importance warranted. I saw that these diseases required a special fit
ness which the busy practitioner aotud sever acquire. For no re than twenty years I have de
voted myself exolnalvelr to the study and treatment of these disease, and the fact that physi
cians recommend me to their patients Is aa evidence of my skill and ability In my special line, t
give special obunsel to physicians with obstinate and obscure eases.. . , ,
I have devoted particular attention to chronic diseases of men and women, and no other
elass of disease requires more Intelligent and expert treatment. It It a fact that a majority of '
men owe the seriousness of their condition to Improper treatment, and a failure to realise tht
Importance of placing their ease In the hands of a skilled and expert specialist., . --
MnHiiniie nnliSlStif Overindulgence, indiscretions and excesses are not the only
NcrVOUS U6DIIIIV eausee of an Impairment of sexual strength. Such a derange-
: " rnent frequently oomei from worry, overwork, mental etrSn,
etc., which gradually weakens and injures the system before tbe unfortunate victim realise. .
the true nature of his trouble. Nervousness, weak bank, disslneae, lost of memory, ipota before
the eyes, despondency, etc., often are the first symptoms of an lmpalrmentof manly vigor, and If
neglected serious results are sure to follow. Iwant to talk to every man who hat anyot these
symptoms of weakening of his manly functions. I can promptly correct all Irregularities, and
under my skillful treatment you will have restored all of the strength and glory ol your man
hood. Whether you consult me or not, do not Jeopardise your health by experimenting with
ready-made medicines, free samples, so-called quick cures, etc, the most delicate organs of
the body are involved, and only an expert should be entrusted with your ease, Bend for tree
booklet, " rlervous lability and Its Family of Ills."
All the necessary articles to make your Thanksgiving and
Christmas Fruit Cake such as Currants, Raisins, Citron, Orange
Peel, Lemon Peel, Pure Spices and Flavoring Extracts.
Aiso Fine London Layer Eaisins, New Prunes, Evaporat
ed Peaches and Apples, Apricots, Atmore's Mince Meat, Gran,
berries. ' ,
A complete stock of Canned Fruits and Vegetables Sweet
and Sour Pickles, Tomato Catsup, Tobasoo Sauce. " '
Fox River Print and Fancy Elgin Bntter, Finest Cream
Cheese, Buckwheat, Maple Syrup, and hundreds of nice articles
which we cannot mention for want of space.
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iK in black, navy and gray, at SOo yard.
jg . All Wool Rainy Day Skirt Good, in all shades, 28 Inches S
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The Grandest Values ever
' nudnut's Ajjcncy at Cavis.
Davis Pbarmary has been very fortun
ate In seeming the sole s-ncy L ,se for
IT ndu nt's Pr-rfumcs and T", t T. ; ' - a
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offered by anyone in this city.
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