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AROUW AlfD ABOUT.
MAN ABOUT TOWN.
THURSDAY NIGHT'S STORM.
- MERCHANT PROTECTION
The Kotcd iawjer tad fsjBaibeaUrlai
Pams Atit la Waihtiif-
Mm V ' i .
Boa Tbomu BrsckettBeed, ex-speak
er of the House of Representative died
et the Arlington hotel la Washington,
D, C. at 1A10 Sunday morning. He bad
goM from New York to Washington
the proceeding Sunday to attend to sows
natters before the U B Bapreme Court
He witnessed the opening of Congress
Monday and tppeared In the beat of
health and splrlta. Later la the day be
complained of great diatreaa la his
stomach and the phyeiclaa la attend
ance dlirnoaad hta ease aa aonendldtla.
Hla aickneai was alarming from the firat
aa It waa complicated with Brighta dis
ease of several montha standing. --
Tbomu B. Reed wu born in Portland
lie., Oct 18 1889, educated at Bowdain
college and entered public life la 1868
when be became a member of the Maine
legislature. Be wu a member of the
lower home of Congress 83 yeara retir
ing In 1899.
! He was speaker or tne noose tor sev
eral terms and though he had attained
great fame prior hla muter stroke wu
daring the 50tn Congress when he made
the famous ".decision fixing the mooted
oaeation of nnorum of the house.
For this' decision Reed made man;
bitter enemies among the Demoorallo
members of the house, and it wat then
the name of "Czar" wu given him.
His rulings , were violently attacked
but they were aastalned by a unanimous
decision of the Supreme Court, Be bu
been called the greatest parliamentarian
bf the age;
Hot only the house but the senate
have adopted his rules and many of the
8tate4 legislatures' bare made use of
Be bad presidential aspirations but
hla ambitions were defeated and be quit
the political life In 1899. His resigna
tion startled the country u he wu a
powerfal factor for the Republican par
ty. Be became a member of a New York
law firm which wu one of the most
prominent In New York City.
Bis wife and daughters were at
bia bedside when be died. The funeral
will be held in Portland, Me.
Notes From the Conference.
The following partial list of appolnt-
moti. m oil ii kit ,1ia M TP. PAnfnMnM At
Wilmington was, given us by one of the
delegatea who returned. lut night.
Rev F D Swindell, presiding Elder,
returned; Rev R F Bumpas, returned;
Rev Beaman, Washington to Durham;
Rev L E Thompson, to Washington;
Rev Coletrain, Einston toSmithfield;
Rev Davis to Einston.
J. J. Baxter la agent for the W. L.
Douglas, Lewis Crossett and W, P. Tay
lor's bhoes for men and E, P. Reed's
shoes for women. Every pair guaran
teed. Strenuoslty Extraordinary.
A special officer employed by the coun
ty to go around and enforce the law dur
ing the recent compulsory vaccination
order tells of some exciting experiences
he had while in discharge of hii duties.
Be says that the job while one of good
pay and ordinarily not unpleasant, there
were times that It grew so strenuous as
to be positively hair raising, The officer
stated farther that as he was not bald
beaded the hair raising episode wu en
tirely unnecessary. At times he says,
he wu obliged to look down the barrel
of a shot gun and as he wu not the one
to be vaccinated, he did not propose to
be vaccinated with a gun. Be said that
he wa afterwarda supplied with suffi
cient help and took up his work and saw
that everyone In his territory wuduly
Don't pay $1.00 and $1.25 for Eld
Oloves, but go to J. J. Baxter and get
them for 76c. and $1.00.
Ed Fisher a young colored man and
Charles Ghadwlck, a colored youth were
p before Justice S B Street yesterday,
on the charge of an affray Sunday night.
Charles wu let off on hla parents
promising to thrash him severely, which
they did, taking him out to an old stable
In the rear of the Justice's office for the
operation.: The veils and howls that Is
sued from the belabored lad wu aon-
V ? lUVUk. .UN. III. . v& U
sentence was well executed. - Ed wu
taxed with some costs, which he was
k way , he wu led to jail, looking very
cheerful and happy.with the consolation
i of knowing that for a month or, two he
' ttl I . 11 1 A . .v. 1 A . -11
win v wuu ovumu iiuid 1110 uuiu, wsu
fed and clothed, and nothing In the
world to do but sleep and ting la a very
cheering thought to such people u be.
About the time the thrashing of
unaries wu ra process, John vnaawica:,
a brother of Charles, came Bpon the
. scene and lnterferred.threatenlng Fisher
with dire vengeance for being the cause
-. VI. 1 .1 S -1 . .1 - 1 . --
John wu taken with a peace bond,' and
he too wu led smilingly to the Craven
street house of res'.
Velvets, Velvets, Velvets.
i We still have a nice line ot : Velvets
and other mlllnery goods on hand, all
to be sold for lest than cost Respect
fully. , , ; , J. J, BAXTER,
4 The pay train the A. C. L. made its
regular monthly visit to the city yester
day - -
The temperature fell to 84 degrees
Saturday morning. "The forecast ia for
warmer weather today.
The lke anticipate giving the poor
children a treat Christmas by having a
Christ mu tree especially for their bene
fit...... . ..
There will be a meeting of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy Wednesday De
cember 10th, at four o'clock at Mtu
The Old Dominion Line steamer,
Newberne, is at the N. fc 8. dock and
will usiat in disposing of the large
amount of freight on.hand.
The Great Martynne Co. at the Opera
house tonight New features in the per
formance. Popular prices 10, 20, 10 eta.
Reamed eeata at Waters' this morning.
Not only the Methodists, but everyone
In the vicinity will be glad to learn that
the Conference hu returned Rev. R. F.
Bampu to this station for another
Mr. E. W Watson left yesterday morn
ing for a few days bunting trip through
Onslow county. Mr. Watson says be
knows where "they" are and he Is going
to get them.
There wu a very Important real estate
transaction here yesterday. Mr. C, L.
Spencer purchased the large and com
modious brick residence on Middle street
of Mr. B. 8. Qulon.
The managers of the Female Benevo
lent Society are requested to meet at
Miss Metts' this Tuesday afternoon at
four o'clock. A full attendance Is re
quested as there Is business of Import
ance. The mayor's docket consisted of two
cues yesterday, one, Kennan, a white
sailor was fined five dollars for disorder
ly conduct and Mamie Gasklns, a white
woman, was given 80 days in jail for
violating the conditions of a suspended
The auditorium of the First Baptist
Church wu very much improved in ap
pearance during the past week, by plac
ing down of a new and handsome car
pet, the gift of Mr. J. B. Holland and
the ladies of the congregation. The old
carpet has been utilized In the annex.
A foot ball game wu kicked off yes
terday at the Academy Green, between
the Down Town Juniors, and the Young
Gladiators. The D. T. Juniors, won by
16 to 5. Prettyman of the latter team
distinguished himself by hU sprinting
abilities, while Thomas a Young Gladi
ator punted wonderfully.
Ella Gardner, a little girl ten years of
age, died at the home of her parents No.
143 Pollock street, Sunday morning.
The remains were taken yesterday to
the old homestead, about nine miles
from Goldsboro, and interred in the
family burying ground. The family has
only been living in the city a short
Letter to E. W. Smallwood,
New Bern N. C.
Dear Sir: You have taken the agency
Devoe Lead and Zinc paint the
"Fewer-gallons; wears longer" paint.
It Is fair to tell you that It is going to
lessen the amount of paint sold In your
town for each job; but It Is going to
more-than-double the satisfaction that
people have found In other paint, and
you are going to Increase your business
by getting more jobs.
It hu never failed to do 1. W. B. Ar
nold & Co., Watervllle, Maine, bought
$105 of Devoe lead and zinc In 1898. In
1901 they bought $1155. Dolg Brothers
Of Lowvllle, N. ,Y., bought $39 In 1899.
In 1901, $1991- Fowler & Selleru, White
Plains, N. Y.-1898, $166; 1901, $1762
Leggett & Peddle, Glens Falls, N. Y.
1899, $883; 1901, $8796.
Write to them.
You can't know too much about a
paint that's going to Increase business
like that, and do so much for the people
of your town.
F. W. Dkvob &CO
The Great Martynne Company.
The Great Martynne Vaudeville Co.,
at the Opera Bouse last night wu an
entertainment that was highly enjoyable
to a large house.
On account of the train arriving
late the entire program could not be
The dances with scenic effects were
marvels of grace and beauty and the
costumes shewn in them were costly and
beautiful.' ." ' '
The trained dogs were features which
greatly pleated. They are wonderfully
sagacious canines and performed with
almost human intelligence. ..
Baptist Convention at Durham.
The Baptist State Convention meets
tomorrow In Durham. Thla body hu a
constitutuency of nine hundred minis
ters, seventeen hundred churches and
one hundred and seventy-five thousand
The Baptists of this section are to be
represented in the Convention by Pastors
A A .Butler, of Beaufort, A W Setzer,
of Morehead City, J B Olive, of Bwana-
boro, Bight C Moore and wife and M P
Davis of this city and probably some
Hello There I Say,
' Stop a moment. Can you tell me the
placel want to goto f Well, you're
fool. Bow do I know where you want
to go f Well I'm not so much so as you
tuke me for. But do show me 43 Middle
Zl. or a place called -
I'LL DO IT. ,
V.'ell, my friend, you're all right, I'm
,;.., f tpTsolf. to buy an overcoat.
A Ftw Pertinent, Surgtstlonl At Eow Te
, firew. ';'.
When a driver applies a whip to a
horse be does so to make the animal get
a move onfhlm to persuade hla to have
more ambition. A whip Is a good article
to use on a hone and metaphorically
speaking, or writing, to use on a mass
of people known u a corporation, or
specifically, u a city.
' ' : :
If this article may be called a whip it
la used not u a means of punishment
but u an .Instigator to promote" some
energy in behalf of our city. The stroke
is not intended to sting but to aaaiat In
the progreu of the city. ; If it shall
arouse sentiment and city pride even to
a small degree the writer will consider
hi efforts not In vain."
A eltlzen of New Bern who has lately
been In the North wu telling of a con
versation he had with a former realdent
of a New Bern who wu a well wisher
for the prosperity of this place, that he
waa desirous of seeing theoltlaens move,
be alive to the capacities and resources
of this beautiful city. And returning
with that one end In view the citizen
aougbt the Journal u a promoter of this
Idea. , ,"
It la possible that the citizens of New
Bern do-not realise that the natural lo
cation of this city makes it one of the
most desirable places la the South for
manufacturea of every deecrtplion.
The magnificent waterway that we
have ia an advaatage that most cities
would ardently crave. When used right
this potent commercial agent will con
tribute largely to the growth of the
town - "
In the first place there la aa enormous
amount of lumber ahlpped from here
each month. It la estimated that during
the month of October and November
8,003,000 feet of lumber went away from
here. Of course, to manufactories In
other places. This lumber statement
embodies the suggestion that there must
be "something doing" In the lumber In
dustry, and we are not disposed in the
least to doubt It. .
But the question arises just here, why
Is It not as well to establish factories
here for the manufacture of furniture
and other articles, and by keeping the
lumber at home furnish . employment for
hundreds of other men? ',
There la said to be enough idle capi
tal to start at leut one plant of this de
soriptlon .and by making a respectable
offer we can locate -a factory here that
will be a wonderful help to the city.
Having acceded to this the query
"Whata the matter with New Bern?"
can but be answered by a hearty aid
vociferous, "Bhe'e All Right!" if she
will only get a move on herself.
Man About Town.
A Good and Capable Official. ;
Among the Important county changes
of officials which took place In this coun
last week, wu the retirement of
Mr. Ernest M. Green, as Register of
Mr. Green hu proven himself a most
capable, trustworthy and courteous
county official, and can retire from his
office with the full conscientiousness of
having performed his duties, fully and
well In all particulars.
In addition to having so faithfully
maintained his public trust, - Mr. Green
can carry with him. the feellna; that his
personal friendships are many, and that
no political enmity follows him Into his
new professional life. ;
Only good wishes, and hopes for his
success wiu tie tne ouraen tor mm to
take away. v, .
U. S. Commissioner's Court , .
Yesterday, J W Dall, the repated
Illicit trafflcer, and Incidentally, wlfe
beater who.hu been confined In JaU
here on default of ball, appeared before .
TJ 8 Commissioner Charles B HIU with
the required security for his release un
til next session of the Federal district
court In this city. Dall had In the mean
time furnished a - bond to the . State au
thorities for his appearance at the next
term of the Superior court fa this coun
ty, for shooting at and " beating his
wife. ....... r
Clarrlssa Bennett the colored woman
who wu arrested about a week ago Jn
Beaufort county, near Edwards wu ar
raigned on a charge of selling liquors
without license, Clarrlssa had, when af
rested just finished serving a sentence
In tbe county Jail at Wuhlogton for
offending the State law In the like man
ner. The evidence produced by the
government wu not sufficient to justify
Commissioner Bill In sending the defen
dant up to court, so she wu let off with
a warning "to go and: sin no more-'
The real facts seemed to be that Ularlua
waa in the employ of the notorious
Illicit distiller, Btephen Tuten, of Beau;
fort county,; and that In tbe discbarge
of her work, she wu called on to uslst
In the Illegal traffic, and wu perhaps
Ignorant of any violation of the law.
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Election of Officers.
At tbe regular meeting of tbe L 0. B
last Thursday night at 7.80 p. m. the fol
lowing officers were elected for the en-
Past Archon John L McDanlel. , ,
Archon W D Sablston.
Provost J J Tolson, Sr.
Financier John O Beaks
Treasurer Mark Dtsosway, - ;
Secretary Geo D Gordner.
Prelate John A Jones.
Warder F M Chadwick. ?
Inspector Joseph E Ilawk.
Sentinel Thorrns F ITcCarthy.
One, of the Most Terrific for Several
Tear. Wrecks all Along the
" . V..' Coast. J ''V:V
..One of the worst storms that hu been
known in thla section for many years
came Thursday night and althwgh New
Bern was not particularly affected by It,
the force was felt very perceptibly In
Morehead and Beaufort. '
The storm originated on the gulf and
moved rapidly northeast IncreulrTg In
violence all the time.
The, sea cout ia literally strewn with
wrecks and many have been drowned.
The life saving station at Cape Batteru
reported several boats uhore. That
place ia reported to be the moit danger
ous of sny on the Atlantic cout.
At Beaufort one bark loaded with lum
ber went ashore and one man wu killed,
another man's back was broken . and the
Captain's leg wu broken in three places.
The cargo la scattered on the beach and
Is a total loss.
The telegraph and telephone compa
nies all over the country suffered on ac
count of their wires being broken dowa
by the storm.
Lut week, Wednesday, Secretary of
the Navy Moody pasted through New
Bern en route to Washington, D. C. Bis
boat, ; the government yacht, Dolphin
had to get Into the Beaufort harbor on
account of the storm. Tbe Secretary
and colleagues had been out on an In
spection tour. . ' ..
Foot Ball With Wilmington. .
Manager Tom Daniels has about com.
pleted arrangements with the strong
eleven of Wilmington to play a game in
tbla elty at an early date.
The fact that Wilmington is coming
arouses a good deal of Interest In the
lovers of tbe game, as they know thai a
good Interest will be assured.
Manager Daniels bouts of the team
that he is managing, as It hu never
been . scored on, and he ssys that our
boys will prove equal to the task that
will be upon them.
Be is also trying to arrange a game
for Christmas Day, but no team hu
been secured aa yet.
You are liable to a sudden attack of
Summer sickness and should keep in
your houBe a bottle of Dr. SETB AR
NOLD'S BALSAM tbe best known
Remedy. Warranted to give satisfaction
or money refunded by T. A. Henry.
Resolutions of Respect.
Resolutions of Respect offered by the
Epworth League of Centenary
Church, New Bern, N. C.
Whereas, God In his mysterious, yet
omniscient providence removed from
our midst on Sunday morning, Novem
ber 28rd.,our beloved sister and co-labor
er, MIbs Sadie Taylor, and
Whereas, We desire to give express-
Ion to our sorrow, and to our estimate
of her high Christian character and her
true sterling worth. Therefore be it,
Resolved, That in the death of Miss
Taylor, our League hu lost one of Its
brightest jewel; one, In whose charac
ter nature harmonized, blending the
love of God Into the faithfulness of duty
entire oblivion of self and a heart filled
with sunshine and love.
ana, 1 bat wntiewe tow in bumble
submission to the will of Him who Is too
wise to err and too good to be unkind,
we will ever cherish tbe memory and the
many virtues of our departed friend.
td, That we tender our sympathy to'
the bereaved ones, and pray that God's
grace may be sufficient in the sad hours
of their deep affliction and that they
may trust tbe hand of God and bow In
humble submission to the will of Him,
who doeth all things well, living In the
sweet hope of meeting their loved one
when life's tolls are over.
Bib, That a copy of these resolutions
be spread upon the records of the Leag
ue, a copy be sent to the family of the
deceased, a copy sent to the Raleigh
Christian Advocate and New Bern Jour
nal for publication. ' .
Mrs. Gao. W. Bowabd, ,
Miss Mamib Bat, '
. Miss Mollis Bell Bollowkia,
; Miss Lizzin R, Hahcock. '
THE VALUE OF EXPERT TREAT
- -; -MENT. "
Everyone who ia afflicted with a chron
td disease experiences great difficulty in
having tkelr cue Intelligently treated by
the average physician. . These diseases
caionly be cured ' by a specialist who
understands "them thoroughly. Dr. J.
Tertor Hathaway of Atlanta, Ga. Is
acknowledged the most skiuiut ana suc
cessful specialist in the United States.
Write him for bia expert opinion of
your cue, for which be makes no
NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET
' " WnOLKSALK PRICKS CURRENT.
Eggs, per doz.... .,............... lOo.
Chickens, old per pair..
.. .86 ft 40
" young, per pr...
Pork, per lb. .,
Hides, green, per lb .... .
......6 ft 6
... 20 to 26
....55 & 66
dry, - ......
Corn, per bush .......
Pot atoes, Tarns ...................... 65
Bahamas. .1.. ....... ......40
Local Grain Market
Corn, per bu..,., ,1 .68
Oats per bu. , .50
Meal, per bo..... ...... .70
Hominy, per bu........
Corn bran, per 100 lbs. ...... . 1.25
Wheat bran, per ' ......... ... . 1.40
Feed, lOO.lbs , 1.70
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs. . . . 1.50
Cotton seed hulls, 100 lbs. .45
EUlp stuff 1.60
No. 1 Timothy, per ton 2O.C0
Against Indiscriminate Street. Selling of
Goods By Hucksters.
Every year, just before the holidays,
new fruit and confectionary stands, and
lunch plaoee can be seen oa the side
walks, and la any little place that can
be procured for tbe sale of such things
u are la demand la this season.
Whether these transient merchants.
or small shops and wares pay any privi
lege tax, la a question more cully
answered by the dty authorities, ptls
said that they do not pay any. At any
rate, the dty does not seem to grow very
much richer for them.
Whue these small dealers may appear
at first sight, lnslgtnfloant, and not
worth troubling for taxes, they obtain a
patronage that might better be given to
the regularly established confectioneries
fruit stores and other business establish
ments of the city. ' ,
The merchanta of New Bern are, u a
rule, worthy ; tradesmen and deserve a
larger patronage than the surrounding
country Is able to give. In summer,
their trade la largely confined to city
patrons, whleh for various reasons
amounts to but little. The more wealthy
citizens buy their supplies In large quan
tities, (many of them order from other
cities,) and the poorerjcluaes, embracing
the oolored population have very Utile
money to spend. The merchants, there
fore, are compelled to .get along part of
the year u best he can, and when tbe
holiday season comes around, during
which he might sell something extra,
to be confronted by a mushroom compe
tition that pays no tales, no rent, and
perhaps nothing for their wares, it does
seem, Is not only a hardship, but an in
justice. A good portion of the city's Income
is derived from -the privilege taxes of
the regular dealers, and the dty should
be very jealous of the Interests of those
merchants who-pay this tax, and protect
their Interests u far u possible. .
No Special Storm Here. ,
The severe rain and wind storm which
prevailed at other places, wu of so ap
parent here on lut Thursday. V .
It wu rainy and stormy, but nothing
like storms that have been berev. In the
telegraphic service which hu beat very
alow since Thursday, the fact of the
storm is appreciated more than from
any special storm disturbance here.
TM Kind Yoa Hrn Arwtrs BoqrU
R. P. Seed Oats,
ffled and eMail
35 Middle St.,
JJEW BERN, JT, .
In order to close out my business at
Stiver Dale, 1 will sell the balance of my
stock of General Merchandise, which
consists of Dry Goods, Notions, Bats,
Caps, Shoes, Bardware, Drugs and Med.
icinea, Furniture, Light and Beavy
Groceries a auction -
Saturdays Dec. 13ti &
and on Thursday, "January 1st, 1803,
will also sell a auotion Buggies, Wag
ons, Farming Utensils, 60 bbls Corn,
6000 lbs Fodder, Bousehold and Kitch
en Furniture and lota of other things.
Let everybody attend these sales u it
-will be the hut chance to secure bar-
Bale to commence at 10 a. m. ,
' BILVEB DAL?, N O.
A thorough' cleanser
Bend 6 cents and have semple dose
sailed yon. Absolutely harmless, "
. , New Bern, N. C
For Salo l
Fast sailing and commodloili'Schoon
er Mabell, 14 net tons, recently , rebuilt
and fitted out with everything necessa
ry for dredging, will easily carry one
thousand bushels of oysters. Is also
first-class freight boat, will Carry 800
barrels' or 80 tone. FafeY solid, com
For price and terms address;
J. P. C0D2TT, 1
Nw A Earlowe, N.C.
Fine and Oak Wood for sale by boat
. Royal Worcester Corset Co.
At 75 Pollock Street,
Cor, Pollock & Middle Sts.,
07 Middle St., Eaton's Old Stand
lect from. Prices are
0E mm Ml , ,n . (I )
And it begins right, Begin with tha ahop fully ortlHed to meet
the demands of the Gift Givers (and who Is not a gift giver at Chiist
mas ?) Can't tell yoa'about it, all by any means, can only suggest to
and there to guide yon in yonr baying; ' A Tisit to . oar store will do
the rest. " - - - - .- r '
We've bought Doils If It's an Umbrella
enough to go around) , Try fbissShbp.
At least we thinlf sof Dolls of
all sizes, dressed and undiess d. -
You will find dolt bnying here';
; We have provided for . wan ft of
Handkerchief buyers as never be
fore. Two Special Lota of Lfulus
Handkerchiefs at 25c, in beautiful
qualities, Embroidered edges and
comers and Hemstitched. Beauti
ful line to select from. . ' -Grand
Values at 5c.
All Linen Plain and Hems'd 10c
You are Cordially Invited to Ilalie us a Vis
it at as Early a Dato as Ppcslble.
" 67 Polloclf btresi.
r it Dion t
TCCL DlillT v
ADC B 1 6 II T
Ask your merchant to order style
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IN THE CITY to
BEQIT, N. C
A earef ul study of your wants in
ithis important itenf has been made.
Materials of m best, handles se
lected with tne greatest oare. r noes
boind to please. , .
Childrens Tjmbreilas, just'' the
thing for school use, f 1.00.
Ladies Fancy Handles, good taffe
ta top, tl.69, fl.89.
Fine Gold and filver Filled and
Flated Handles, All Guaranteed,
03.50, i . ,'
:::t CCLD CU3T.,
t'r ' 1 taiorg wS'hme.
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