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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, N. .7 TUESDAY APRIL 10 1906.-FIRST SECTION.
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The Weekly J E Latham Cotton
- Special to Journal. ,
GreetiRboro, N. C, April 7 The week
. just passed has been devoid of any par
ticular feature and the future market
closes with May 11.19 and July 11.15,
this Is only fourpointa Ihigher than the
cloge last Saturday,
i . Interest in the market by outsidei
is at low ebt, as witness the trading in
New York yesterday is estimated at
onlp 75,000 bales for the day. "
; Preparations for.Uhe next'erop are
going forward as rapidly as the weath
er and conditions of land will permit.
but the outlook ia not as bright as it was
three weeks ago. 1
.! A large acreage will be pitched; of
' this there Is no doubt but this does not
necessarily mean a large crop will be
gathered, and. it is this doubt that is
causing nervousness in the fall op
tions.":; ' V '-i. :-: l ''.-I-: ..rr
A short while back it was popular ti
sell October and December at anything
above ten cents; but thia has proven
sinceyery unpopular and expensive to
those that indulge-as the buyers were
large mills in New England and Europe
that bought futures against sale of
their manufactured product and they
are not ' easily- frightened under these
circumstances. - ' v.
. . Gne other fact is very potent; and
that ia; generally conceded that a crop
' of 12 million bales will be gathered next
year to prevent higher prices than we
have yet seen and we have never but
once raised so large a crop and have no
' assurance that we will raise so large a
crop this year. 1
The good grades of cotton are fast
disappearing and present holders are
'Certain of getting a good price during
, tlio remainder of the spring and sura
imor, wit t favorable wealhei we look
for no important decline and with bad
waalher we predict rmnh higher pri
ces. " j ' '
Wafited to Buy
All Kinds of
tfor GASH Or Will handle On
consignment, v Let me know
your prices on what you
Siave or will have. " ,
" SfeSeo.. Qilton, Jr.,
1 1 29 York St., Utica, N.'.Y.
fM ot .: Stcre Purchase.
I nave pui erased ine swck oi gener-
. i "
ral merchandise owned by Geo.: S. WH-
.eox, (deceased) at Bellair, N. C. and
-will continue the business at the same
place, miss Lottie wi'cox wui man-
iu mi irwnu, "' '" "m.-""
with the assistance
of Daniel Lane ir . ; t ;' v , ': .
$ We expect to carry fa ? full line
'General Merchandise and sell at New
.Bern prices. " If , '
1 We will thank all former patrons to
continue with os. . .-k . A V
i . Very Truly,
! ,x; ; guy s. lane. :
H S:;;e i:i Let in Otail
A Lot 65x100 feet, and Store 22x60
fet with Shed 12x40 feet' For infor-
rmtion apply to
J. W. JORDAN,
I . Oriental, N. C. ,
Tor cash or on i i m a
eo teu " r engine,
019 12 II l cngino, re
turn tuliulai boiler;
c:d CO cr.v7 I'ratt ia
.Wih I::dcr and
r . lin , 7 " to put
: ' .ttociis r :: . r
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NAPLES IN PANIC.
Mount Vesuvius. Again Bicomts Furious In
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Naples, April 8. The hope
Mount: Vvnvina un hutr,m.Trr pftlm
irna iliooinotoH fnHau uihan thn vnlinnh
became more active than ever. - v
Tin ! ) enMi fat NanlM' ''Twn
strong earthquake shocks which shattering the score, which was Sand 9 th.-y
tered windows and cracked the walls of
buildings, were experienced today. The
entire population rushed to the streets
in terror, many persons crying:' r; ' ;.
' "The Madonna baa forsaken us;- the
end ofthe world has come." .1 j v
No'trace remains of Boscotrecane, a
commune on the Southerndecliyity of
the mountains', where, up to forty-eight
hours ago, ten thousand persons lived
and Torre Annunziata, on the shores of
the. Gulf of Naples, 'one mile to tEe
southward, is almost surrounded by the
invading lava and has been evacuated
by its thirty thousand inhabitants. The
people were brought to Naples by
trains, atreet cars, military carts and
Similar means of transportation are
being employed to bring away the peo
ple from Torre Del Greco, The police
andcarbiners are guarding the aban
doned bouses, and several members of
the government are also there. The
telegram received from the Mayor pf
San Sebastiano, a village near the ob
servatory, on the northwest declivity of
Vesuvius, says the lava ia approrching
rapidly, and that the people are terror
stricken. They have been for nights
without sleep, he says are destitute
and . beg- that assistance be given
them. . - . . ; v .'
Baby rambler roses in pots at War-
Drink Warren's Root Beer.
Venolla ( : . ,
April 8th. t ?
: We are having very
'W .' .. I'.,..
Mr. John Cannon traded
Thursday. - . ' v
Mr..T. S. Mann is getting ready to
set out histobacco now.,,. : ' '
Miss Ina Uzzell was very ill last week
. Mrs. . Dora Jons and Miss flattie Can
non were the guests of Mr and Mrs E
B Cannon last Wednesday evening.1
Miss Maddie Jones was the guest of
Mrs. Mannie Jones last Monday even
ing. j ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cannon were the
guests of Mrs. Bettie Mondrine last
Sunday evening.. :j'::-4x;.
Mrs. EfHe Jones was very ill last
week, but we hope she will soon re
cover, .. ,,.
Mr. T. S. Mann planted his corn last
Mr. Charlie Jones was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. ; C. Gurld last Friday
evening. ' . - V " '
Miss Nannie Garner waa the guest of
Miss BettieMann Saturday. -
lilua Eyes and Brown Eyes.
Irgo Sago Tulms cheap, at
ren's. .. - ,
Use Warren's extracts'
Popularity of Comic Opera
The reason or reasons for tha nresent
popularity of the musical fuh show
hichisa product of evolution' from
1 tlme grand opera md ot its off.
Bpring-the comic opera -are not far to
seek. ' rriraarilv.it x'j amuaae
and satisfies that inhernnt love of music
. wViIi-h in aVn hnrn in tha navscra hreant
The old time grand opera waa "grand"
Kideed; too much so tor the auerage
mind to comprehend, while the secres of
the modern fun play are mostly jing
ling, tinnient and whiatlcable. . The
Herald Square Opera Company's new
musical comedy is one of those rare
combinations in which the ingredient
music, girls, bright-catchy tunes, rav
ishing costumes and barrels of clean,
wholesome inn are so blended as to
produce the most pleasing effect- on
ootn the eye ana the ear and ever
since the company left New York last
April, "A Trip to India" has never
failed to please anyone of its mauy
This well known organization will ap
pear here next Monday and Tuesday,
1 April 16-17th and from the popularity
they enjoyed in the past, will no doubt,
be greetfd by. a large house. The ad-
, va"ce ? er rcsem 8entlis T on;
I Special bargain matinee, Tuesday af-
' You will find a fine assortment of
ion' s at Warrens. Kollowing are the
varit f if?, M;irtchal Niol, Helen Gould,
Admiral r,i.l,li'y,rresiilcnt Carnot.Reine
THE SATURDAY BASE BALL GAME
Playod at Norfolk Bttwnn U
of N. C- sad
. . Norfolk
Uaguo. Close Scors snd - ,
Brilliant Wsys. :.-A
Univeraity of North Carolina
Kaao liiill tnum nlnun1 a lrt liner Jm ftt
I Norfolk Saturday but they played well
1 ami with Mi oninat. thom. Consid-
have nothing to be ashamed of.
The work of John Patterson at
ond base was exceedigly fine and at the
bat healso Bhone gettimt-4tae hits
nd run off from tha Norfolk titcher.
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VunouiK'iHni, intuier lur un. inmuw " . r
was in great form and ho was great - bttM n Charles SwmdeU, assault, - The matter of closing up End street
surprise to the Norfolk team who : monthi in jail: . was referred to Street and Pump Corn
thought they had an eaW mark . Stt va Mary McNeil, alander, jnrtg- mittee. " ; ',
The University boya feel encouraged went suspenjied on payment of eosu. -The question relative to 'allowing
rather than depressed and think they . ; State to Moeea Sproill,-waattlt wifii hogs in certain parts of city was re
have the strongest teem the University deadI wPon, two months to jail. , fcrred to License Committee with Al
ever had." John Patterson has pitch! "Stot vn James Pay ton, aasaalt, fosr derroen McCarthy and Simpkins added,
no irame vetaeheJa aufferin fia-moottoiiW?. i - 1 Upon motion Oitf Attorney Mclver
lame arm. 41e will pitch aom ixbre
tha season closes.
,. '" n to tiammatw, assault witu u pon motion Mayor ana Chairman ot
ill .... y ,1-' deaAry weapon, .twenty dollars and Street and Pump Committee was em
rPhone lW for you drue wants. sr- , powered to purchase pipe for us on
m ',; j State to Moses Spruill, assault with Pollock street. '
, ' . r aa
Improvemant Week at the Graded
r. 1 . School. --"
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We are trying to make this week our
spring cleaning .week-ami fixing up
week." We want to clean up the build-
picturea m each room, any of the
rooms are fixing to have apecal cor
ners"-one has a Shakespeare rner--.
another a Longfellow eorner etc. We '
hope to get the pupils and the parents
interested in thie matter and if we can
, we will during the week inr
prove very much tho interior or the.
schools and rooms. s r v
A wm with its waUs covered with
letum which are both helpful and
artistic has a refining influew-e on a .
ehild-and a far better, influence than
barren walls. ! .
We hone anv" nirent wto fels dis
posed will hid us in th3 wAs' wprk
that will visit the school and and nee
the work wo are' tryinz to do. .
H. B. CRAVEN,
Best ice' cream at Warren's.
Finest print butter, 80 "eni.H
pouhd. Coast Lino Market.
Our Protracted Meeting at Bethlehem.
April 9. '
Bethlehem Churr-h onOnalowf Circuit,
has been greatly blessed by a series of
revival meetings the past ten day?.
Bro Geddie P. E.; called to his assis
tance Bro. M. Bradshaw, our beloved
P. E., and Bro, D. JDelotch, a worthy
local preacher of Mt, Olive, N. C. Bro.
Bradshaw remained with us two days,
yet in that brief time he deeply stirred
the hearts of the people, and set them
thinking over , the problem of . their
soul's salvation. , He has eminent gifts
and qualifications that fit him for the
ministry. - Affable and sociable in man
ner, he draws tha people to him. Con
secrated to his Master's cause, ardent
and zealous, richly.; endowed mentally
and spiritually, un orator with a ready
and pie 'Hing vocabulary, ' he arms bis
ornate words with Divine truth, cap
turing both njind and heart of his hear
He makes an ideal P. E ' andhir
District is prospering uuder his wise
and gody' management, .T ". .
Bro. Delotch remained with us a week
and : wrought , a good work. ' With a
1 V ' II J 1 . - HAW 1.
muraoereniy cuiu ar.u iiiuiiiurent, ana i
the commmritv dissrusted with the!
empty professions of church members,
to warm them op, reclaim backsliders,
and convict and convert sinners, seem
ed at least discouraging. But with
godly persistence, the congregations
grew in numbers and interest from day
to lay, the membership were happily
reclaimed, sinners convicted, and at
some ot, the meetings tne enure con-.
gregation were kneeling at the alUr
and elsewhere in the house asking for
tha prayers of the church. ; ;
The membership came back to God,
and tinners were converted. Bethle
hem needed just such a revival, and
our people on all aides have been great
ly bleit .
Bro. Delotch will abidd in the grati
tude of our people for his successful
labors here. He has a happy gift of
presenting God's ' word to the minds
and hearts of his hearers. His man
ner is sincere and earnest, his gesticu
lation easy, never violent,' his voice
even and persuasive, plain and unequi-
vocal, never highly stressed, but pun -
geant and convincing. Everybody rt
grctted that the meeting could not con -
a.: - . i is. il. ii
tinue, for tt
waa " "w Bva.
nnrl a hrirht hnrtA t.n ftnkora
May these, refreshings come often!
and bless more and more every tlasa.
J. W. SANDERS.
New lot Easter cards just
received at Whitehurst's.
The cures t' at eUnd to ita credit
e-3;uck) Si's Arnica Sulve a' sWon-
Tho Suporler Court Cmvmh ens' Don
. Big First Day , , BurinoH. . ?
The Superior Court began yesterday
iuer me usual circumstances a; big
"y attendance Of , negrOCS,
Benjamin Long presided and &f d
tor - Moore conducted the etees
and the trials were speedily tranaacjed
and it is very much to the credit of
lwtn fudge and Solicitor that the huaj-
n08S W80 expeamousiy nanuie r
te ""t able and eemprrhetMaTe
chMEe W Knd jury the f oUoWing
cases Were heard and adiuriued j 1
" S to Janiiea. Gardner, assault and
u-iy, wsn ouiian ana cos. ,
deadly weapon, judgment suspOTdixloit'
payraent of c08t8 ... t
State vs Andrew -Hooks, carryinal
concealed weapons, fifteen dojlat an
. . ,
Statfl va w, Mav
deadly weapon, judgment on pay taeai
. vb A. A. Kirklaod, assault wkv
m fiv(J BWlth, yd yj
; State va Wffl j hni9ltf Hix;
: , R Hnitt firwn mni-ho irt
. - -
Stote v9 Uvciace nlt'twwrt- K - ,
. . , v u to
larce0y and the Judge aaid that he dis -
Ub1lUt t. m in. , .. . . tK i,.
had no authority toonte that th
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their parents anri recommend that they
be suitably punished and that daa re
port of such action should bo made to
The case of State va Carrawnn et al
continued and defendants mviired to
give .bond in the sum of $100 to the
next term of court.
In the ease of H. Smith vs Hishop
Robert Strangetime was allowed un-
til May for the defendant to file answer
prnd-the plaintiff waa given until May.
7 in which to make reply. "
; There were no true bills hahded in
for illicit liquor selling, the work of the
grand jury not having progressed that
far. Bills will be presented today,
Have your prescriptions filled at Warren's.-
April 9th. : .
quite ideal for
The weather ia fmo,
The so-called smallpox patients here
are all improving. v
Mr. Barney Cay ton, A. P. Ciyton,
and G, G. White made a business trip
to New Bern Friday. . - '
Mr. Elex Cuthrell departed this life
Wednesday evening, lie leaves a wife
and several children to mourn his itm..
The Charitable Brotherhood will give -
their annual banquet next Friday night!
at Edward. Those who attend may ex
neet m nleasant evening.
Mrs Ellen Keel has returned to her
home near Bayboro.
We would be pleased to see more
items from Ortental and Arapahoe.
Mr. T. R. Tunatall'a school at Core
Point closed today. We will all be
pleased to have him home again.
C G. S. ;
Goes to Other Labors v
Special to Journal. , ' ,.
Raleigh, April 7. It is announced
Professor C. Brukett who for five years
has been associated with the A. and M,
College Raleigh, will leave May 29th to
accept a position in the University ot
Ohio. The matter has been under ad
visement many montha and ft, waa
thought he would be retained here.
Many students presented petitions ask
ing retention in present capacity.'
. Two Sunday Addresses
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, N. C, April ?. Governor
Glenn left this afternoon for Concord
' and tomorrow will deliver two ad-
dresses, morning and night, one on'tioaas to challenge the' admiration It
' t-mnerance. Ha will return to Ralelch' the iwdicat profession. Such is Hoi-
j w i .1...
A Nautical Tug of War.
, An exciting and novel contM of
sneed and strenirth was witnessed on
liuiib iiTci a mini b vc nyyfm
launch Dixie owned by J. F. Smith and
under the mp,r'"Toment of Linus Sutton1
was en;rnfd race with the!
launch "Knox" owned by L. 11. Cor-
: Board Aldermen Meetiug
I ' New Bern, N. C, April 3, 1906.
- Hoard met in regular monthly session,
Howe, Dawson, Hancock,
Lane. Wood Brinson,' McCarthy.-'lIol-
iowcu ana simpkns..
ininuies reaa ana auopwa.
Petitionfrom Knights of Pythias Lodge
was presented to the Board aaking they
be allowed pritflege of holding a Street
Fair Carnival for the benefit of K. of P.
Lodge on Muldle and Broad street from
Aprnaoto Mays, jaw. ,
- Upon motion the request wa granted
under ame Wulatiote as' last Canal-
val here cm nnerated. - ' :..
was instructed to look tip the title of
cnurco ros atureenwooa emetety.
Petition signed by several citizsns
, intM neighborhood of change
atreet, against the permitting of any
building ended at foot ol Change street
c',MJ., . ,
and Docks Committee.
Company waa inferred to Fire Depart-
Committee and report.
4 Appeal to the Mayor ani Board tf
A)aZxen from the Fire Department
a. ,n fA.f
. r i.4
i l, lt aa tu. r--j
vt a,i;i .,,'11
upon the Water and Light Commiiwion
' ui, , tw 5 h nf .w
1 tt lt 8Uch explanation thereof
The following resolution upon motion
: By the Board of Aldermen ot thp
city of New Bern. f
Be it resolved:" '
Wfor- new boUers and requested
,the a oval d endorsement-of Uiis
u . nr,,Ai aliht- K:imflh an.
I nrnw, anA ihtLt tK(, clt tax IUset0P
ex-officio clerk of this Board be in-
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gtructed to 8ignify wilI approve by at.
testing and affixing the seal of the city.
New Bern.' N. C. April 3, 1906,
To the Honorable Board of
- ol the City of New Bern.
Gentlemen : I have the pleasure . of
mi-king the following report for the
month of March 1906. ,
Have disposed of thirty-one cases
and imposed fines and cost to the
amount of seventy-two dollars.
Respectfully submitted, , .
FRANK T. PATTERSON, '
' Chief Pouce Repobt. :
New Bern, N. C, Jlarch 31, 190G.
To the Honorable Mayor and Board of
Gentlemen : Below please find my re
. port for the month of March 1906.
I , Wo have made 31 arrest -during' the
month of which 25ere convicted, 6
discharged, 1 sent to jail 20 days, 2
worked on the streets 6 days each, 1
Judgment suspended. 1 ,
Fines collected 8.70
Coat collected - - ' 67 30
. '-'Total 1 ?66.00
.' The above amount S7.30 coat has
been turned over to the Treasurer and
I hold his reeeipt for same.
- Pouce Record , ,
Informer Ex-Warren ta
Montague - . , 7
Bryan ; 5 . ,
Lppton . S ' ,5
Gxiffln J i"' ' ,5
Bowden 6 . 0
Howard. t S " i
.JtoUI' 131 Total'1,' 81
, J. M. HARGET,
Chief of Police,
Regular and bills were allowed.
Recess was taken. -
J. J. TOLSON.
I : Clrrk,
Its equal as a curative agent doea not
' exist. So perfect is the medicinal' c
ater's Roek v Mountain Tea. 3& cents,
Tea or Tablets. Sold by F. S. Duffy.
Eank Statement Called fcr.
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K.legh. April 9,-The Corporation
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up to the close of buainoss April Cth.
' Take No CL-nccs.
Send Your Children Here
To Be Fitted or Phone 288
We have all the new styles and shapes in
infantsrchildren and misses Shoes, Oxfords, Gib
sen Ties, and. Sandals, both in Kid, Pat , leather;
Tans and White,
We make a specialty of this particular line
. hence we are prepared to meet all demand either
in quality or price. , Come here for your
J M Mitchell & Co., :
PHONE 288 ... J
61 Pollock St.," Opp. Episcopal Church :
' We hear praise from all who have used it.
cheapest roofing you can use..
Heath & Milligan Paint Lime, Cement.
Full line Geueral Hardware.
Gaskill lidw. &
There are some people ,
who desire substantial fur
niture and other who pre
fer the artistic and every
body will choose thse quali
We offer a line of goods
that appeal to the eye and
re sold it REASONABLE
An examination of our'
stock will establish all the
claims we make. .
T. J. TURN EU . FURNITURE COMPANY New Bern nc.
ON EASTER SUNDAY
Time-honored custom demands that
you shall appear in your very beirt and
newest attire, and this day above all
others, when Resurrection music re
minds you of the reawaking of Nature,
is the day to don the newest styles in
Spring clothing that is made perfect in
fit elegant fabric and recherche in
style by FM. Chadwick. You are sure
to be correct, every detail when we
make your Spring suit.
F Mr 11 ADUKK
We desire to call your at
tention to our complete line
of Furniture. . Our stock is
being increased daily by the
best goods on the market.
We have a new lot of
baby carts in all styles at.
prices which will meetwitL
Considering quality it ii the
Mill Sup'y. Co.
Lumsden & Stith
Strong Line of Fire Insurance Com
anies. All Business promptly attended to
DAYS ARE COMING 1
We are prepared for them and can
give you any flavor you want
We also have some toothsome Dain
ties in Guth's Chocolates, and an Ele
gant Lunch requisite Chicken Sand-
wiches. : " " . '
Cigirs and Tobacco all the time.
W. & Barrinjrton
kevv bed comm a
? FERTILIZER DIS
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With y-mr eyes,
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