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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTYf NIC TUESDAY JUNE lSt1906.FIRST SECTION.
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1 1 Latham Company' Weakly
- -Special to Journal
.flMgnshnro, N. G, June 16th. The
.tnarket closed about . unchanged
tow a week ago. 1 Some nervousness
... has baendiaplayed by the shorta on ae
ut of a threatened corner of July in
Nee Orleans. This caa only have
. Mbtiiaantal effect 9a tha New York
' Market, because the standard of de
$very ia entirely different and the
tack k New York ia relatively large,
" Skcooont 160,000 balea and consists e
-eneef entirety of very: avdeaab! lew
&tto. Such cottons r not wanted
y skinners, and they are hard to. sell,
-na those spinners who use them can
, : dictate the terms. On the other band
-jahfle cotton ia bringing big premiams,
"nd those who naat have it are forced
- to pay tali prices, report from the
ajrewing crop continue, very satiefac-
- tory as a whole. Some complaints are
" received from Seuth Texas of drought,
tat M nothing hinders the boll weevils
yroffrees so atuch as dry weather,- this
may be a blessing in disguise. The
Hit fall in the Carolinas and Georgia
baa been rather heavy, and should
gajna eentian many "tweipli nils will
eon ae heard from these 8tatee. In
or opinion no crop at this date has
ever given more abundant promise,
' than the present one, but fear that
the weather hereafter may become un
favorable tends to keep the market
Steady, and the trade in a State of
1 Bind between doubt and confidence.
Frightful Atrocities Committed
. Jpeeial to Journal.
JBIatyatoek, Russia, June 18 The ri
ttkrg -and slaughter of Jews begun
Thursday continues unabated. " The
chops all over the city have been plun
dared and search 1 for refugee. : Hun
dreds hava been killed and tha atroci
ties practised on the victims are
ekapaakable. A strong garrison has
central of Ike city which in on lire In
Four Departments Collegiate,
Graduate,, Engineering and Law.
Large Eerary facilities. Well
equipped laboratorieo in all de
partments of science. Gymna
sium famished with best appa
' retue. Expenses very moderate.
Aid for werthy students.
Yssss Bee wlekles Is tui
U sbeeM tavseUfets the
' teferler esVestssss ewsree
fey lbs BeeartsMel el Uw la
- For eataiogue and further in
formation, address, '
D. W. NEWaoir, Regiatrar,
" ', DUBHASI, N. C.
TDTY PARK SCHOOL
A - ' '
A first-class preparatory school
Certificates af graduation accept
ed for entrance to leading South
eetCeelseed Pressrsteri tefceel la
the testa; .
Faculty -of ten effleers and
teachers. Campus of aeventy
five acres. Library containing
thirty thousand volumes. Weil
quipped - gymnasit'-a. High
standards and modern methods of
instruction. Frequent lectures
by paominent lecturers. Expen
ses exceedingly moderate. Seven
years of phenomenal success ' '
For catalogM and other infer-"
mation, address , ,
H. If. Nobth, Headmaster,
DVBIAM, N. C
Distributors for Craven, Car
teret, Onslow. Jones, Pam
lico, Beaufort, And King
ctcn Counties. . .
Big Equipment Added to Improve
Present Water Service
Nw Grscsrr Firm. One Nigra Shoots
asethsr; so Affair Which Looks
Ltks Censslrscy ts Murders
sHhs New ' '"
dsls. (Special Correspondence.)
Greensboro, June 16-Superintendent
of the City Water Works, W A Ser
geant this morning closed a contract
for the necessary engines, boilers,
pumps, etc., for the new water supply
at Reedy Fork. . included in the con
tract which was made with the Greens
boro Supply Company, are 2 100 h p
High Pressure Brownell boilers. The
machinery is to be delivered Septemler
1st by which time the new reservoir
will be completed. The exeavation f or J
tws reservoir has just been finished and
the cement work will begin Saturday.
The bole is a big one, 800 feet square
by 16 feet deep, having when cemented
a capacity of 20,000,000 gallons. When
ready for use, the new water supply,
will be a supplementary one to the
present system, will have cost $140,000
and will give the city water enough to
meet demands, at the present rapid
rate of increase of population for 20
years to come. The last monthly re
port received Sunday from the State
Chemist pronounced the Greensboro
Mark Cotton, the negro who was
seriously shot by Alexander Landreth
alias Bill Bailey, another negro, Tues
day night, was removed to St. Leo's
hospital yesterday. There was but
little hope for him yesterday but to
wards night he rallied and the chances
for his recovery are now improved.
The bullet from the pistol pierced his
v'ght lung, and lodged in the back of it
The ball has not been extracted. There
is a well grounded theory' that the
whole object of the fracas was to en
trap and murder-police officer Skeene,
who has bean active in ferreting out
criminals in the ffarnerville section,
and that the shot Mark Cotton received
was intended for the officer. Cotton
had gone after an officer reported that
he had been assaulted, but it is now
known that he passed two policemen
without telling them, going on to got
officer Skeene. As soon as Skeene and
Cotton arrived on the scene, the first
ouiiet enppea ine omeers ear ana ixi-
to.2,.r!10iwano! XUy behin. hj!!l reaved family our warmest heartfelt
got it in his cheek. Tne negro who did 1 . ..... - . u
the shooting ia a paralyt cknd cannot . apathy in this their hour of affliction
walk, and one of the party of negroes and pray that God in his loving kind
had purchased a pistol and given it to ncss and tender mercies will support
him that afternoon. It is further
known that one of the party of ne
groes; nicked the paralytic up in his
arms after the shooting and laid him
under some honey sue le vines nearby,
where he was afterwards found by the
officers, when lanterns had been se
cured to aid them in the search. It has
now every appearance of a conspiracy.
The whole affair ia being thoroughly
uivwwsiiw ana uireo negroes inougni
to be implicated are already in jail
LawveVa and business men here
brally have not ben slow to express
tneur disapproval 01 tne nign Handed
measures resonea to Dy tne oc-jinern
Railway to thwart the efforts of the
Corporation Commission to investigate
the justice of the change of schedule.
A leading merchant here says "that if
he was to refuse to pay his taxes, he
would be put in jail or sold out,' and he
oelievea that "all ought to be fed from
thessme spoon." Another merchant
uiH "It a nil ftwiliahnMft 4ni Atraa
and newspapers to preach to us that
l-hia ia fMin Mtnnriiif arVton a no f sf
ae are forced to obey the law whether Raleigh, June 18 -The summer school
we respect it or not, and these big cor-' opened here today, with a large attend
porations, making foreign owners rich ., . ., . .
by squeezing us of high freights, are snce, the opening aJdrew wm inade by
allowed 10 trample our law under loot
wnue ruuuing mil uuinw, go iree 01
punishment." Some of the express
tons among th? lawyers were: "Ex
Judge and city Attorney! B. C. Strud
wick." People who defy deliberately
me constituted authorities 01 tne state
are justly called outlaws and anarch-
aw. 1 turn urua wnouiex uie uaenuer
be an humble individual or a wealthy.
rri.: I. A - 1 .1 . 1. - . ;T
and powerful corporation. Forthis rea-
son the recent action of the Southern
Railway- is contemptuously ignoring
mini uiBuuvyuiK iue nruer 01 me Vorpo-
ration Commission by forbidding It to
change its schedule until a hearing on
the n erits could be had, deserves the
condemnation of every la w-abi ling cit
citizen, and is" an outrage not to be
tamely submitted to.
colonel w. b. jnompson
T h e r e
never was a stronger or more emphatic
illustration of the need of a provision in
his interference with the Corporation
Commission furnished the strougest ar-
gument vet advanced for this measure,
to Judge Purnell by their joint con-
tempt for the Corporation Commission
and its order to temporarily postpone
It tne railroads By to this Judge much
more tney win impair tne respect 01
tha public for him to such an extent ae
to destroy his usefulness." ,
Japanese Boat Struck Sunken Mine
m e w is .
special to journal.
Tokio, June 16 A transport of the.Lumpklns announces himself ss a can-
Japanese Navy struck a sunken mine'
arly this morning and was blown up.
Fifty men are missing. , ..
KILLED AND WOUNDED
In Attempt to Persusde Non Union Men ts
Special to Journal.
San Francisco, June 18. A launch
containing - fifteen non-union sailors
went to a schooner, scheduled to sail
from here today, to induce schooner's
crew of non-union men to desert..
The officers on the schooner were
prepared, and fired volley after volley
into the launch, hilUni one" majfaad
wounding three others. The sqhoonar
then sailed away. V; -.:, -
Meat Bill to Suit President
Special to Journal.
Washington, June 18 The commit
tee on the meat inspection bill, changed
it to meet the views Of the President.
No objection was made to eliminating
the Court's view clause.
Identifies Bogus Lord
Special to Journal.
Asheville, June 18. Mrs. Hood idea
tifies the photograph of the bogus
LoT' Douglass, as the same man aa
who married her
daughter in Louisiana.
Resolutions of Respect.
To our .wortliv pastor and official
members of St. Peters A M E Zion
church of the City of New Bern, State
of North Carolina: i
We, your committee appointed to
draft suitable resolutions on the death
of our preacher, steward, class-leader
and official member in the person of
Rev John G Sutton, who departed this
life Tuesday June 12, 1906, at 2 p m in
his 71st year, beg leave to submit the
Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler of the universe to call from labor
to reward, a much esteemed and
worthy brother in the person of John
G Sutton who has served us faithfully,
as a preacher, bteward, for 16 years
and class leader 30 years. We should
be reminded that ere long we too must
leave this trahtstery world to enter in
the joys of a home which has been pre
pared from the foundation of this
world. A house not made with hands,
but eternal in the heavens, while we
mourn his loss the heavenly host is now
shouting his triumph.
Resolved That in his death, the church
has lust one of her strong pillars, the
race of one of her great examples in-
. dustry and integrity, New Bern one of
; her old and respected citizens.
Resolved. That we tender to his be-
them in their sad affliction.
Resolved, That our church edifice be
draped in mourning far 30 days and
that each member of the official board
wear a badge, of mourning for the
same period in honor of our esteem, for
! the departed brother.
Resolved, That a-copy of these rew-
lutiona presented to the family and
I . v .. , ' .
copy be sent to the Star of Zion and
New Kern Journal for publication, also
a copy be spread upon our church lad-
W. W. Lawrence.
C. C. Sparrow.
Summer School Opens
' Special to Journal.
Prof. Snyder of Wefford College.
Ice Creamjj'reezers, Screen
Doors andWindows. For
'anything ATI Hardware line
ua' . ' UC!
' Hardware Co
; Phone 147.
The Plunger ',:
Chauncey L. Southern and his com
pany began a week's 'engagement at
tlie opera house last night. The play
. produced was The Plunger and they
: gave a very creditable performance.
misfortune to be
'passengers on the Coast Line road and
reached New Bern jUst in time to rush
'to the theatre and prepare for the play.
- t? -fernnd ih. play,
have K0 "Penalties,
I Tonight the drama Sowing tha Wind
will be produced. The company will be
uu""uu imving ueen oougnt ror
tne new eern attractions.
After tiriman'a Seat
Special to Journal
Columbia, S. C June 18-W. W,
Columbia, S. C June 18 W.
dilate to contest the State Senatorship
with Senator Tillman, for the letter's
seat in U. S. Senate. - ', .
RUSSIAN SUIKE" SPREADS
K , i-
tatcftsr Fellow "BaW CsasWsttaael
Bimarsts hi Baams Inclines Rsvahv
' I the. Btatsaar4tsJriW(.
Special to Journal
St Peteraborg, June 1 The strike
situation grow irornn.' Tha 'butchers
now strnte, following the leafJof"tEe
bakers. The eopstftntiomU democrats
in the duoma (Fuhment), are almost
- Ftuipllystolfc6 report comas,
that in tha streets 290 corpses ware
counted; aS ?eept being' those of
Jaws, and the bodies were horribly
To tha Democratic Vetera ef Craven
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for tha office of Sheriff, subject.
of course, to tM DenXtaratlc primaries.
Assuring you of ; say sincere apprecia
tion of your kind support in the past,
and hoping that my administration of
tha Sheriff's office, has,, met with your
approbation and promising, if re-elect
ed, to conduct its affairs impartially and
to tha very best of nay ability, I am
Very atnccnsiy youas,
r .J. W.BIDDLE.
June 18, 1906. ' ,, f
Tillman Oenjande Investigation
Special to Journal. - -v 1
Washington. Jane 18 Senator .Till
man again called up today, his resolu
tion to investigate the Republican
campaign contributions, and the recent
failure of a Chicago National bank. He
declared the comptroller of the curren
cy had known for many months the
banks' condition and had loaned its
Cotton Mills to Share Profits With
Special to Journal
Fall Riven, Mass., June 18-AU the
cotton mills bare bswt-cnfeMd to guar
antee their operatives a profit snaring
dividend of 5 per cent.
Delegates te judicial Convention at
Kinston Jum 2wtb
After carefully considering the ap
pointment of delegates to Ike Judicial
Convention, the entire county having
fully indorse eur towns man, Hok
Owen H. Gnico for Judge and onr pres
ent solicitor Bon. Larry L -Moore, to
succeed himself :
And aa these gentlemen hava become
the choice of the whole county for the
office mimed: Therefore in order that
through any inadvertance I may not
omit the names of any of the friends of
either, by Virtue of the power conferr
ed upon meat Chairman of tha County
Convention, I do hereby 'name and ap
point as delegates to the Judicial Con
vention to be held at Kinston on Tues
day, June 26th, all democrats in- good
standing in the County of Craven, and
will furnish proper credentials to this
convention of all delegates from tha
county in attendance Qtereon.
This June 16th. '
. . C.E.FOY, .
Chairman County Convention.
Insurance Man Cutttj of Larceny.
Special to Journal. " v
Minneapolis, Junr 16-Jaeob Force,
ex-presiden of the Northwestern Life
Insurance Co.', waa today sentenced to
three and one half years in Bute's pris
on for graiid larceny.
Cxar and DoumaXlnreconcllfd
Special tolMrnal '
- St. Petetabugt, Juni lfr-Th politi
cal situation grows aoore serious vary
day. Discontent Is spreading on every
hand and the people ar ready to break
into a tumult at any time.
The dhYerenosa between the Caar and
Douma (parliament) grow and they re
solved to remain ia session and if they
are forced to leave St. Petersburg they
will locate l any other ptace.' Money
ia panicky; everything indicate! revo
lution. The rural police are Joining the
peasants thus 'making the- common
Folic refuse to pro-
' ' fk sate ;
One good milk cow of Jsrsey strain,
wUI be sold at a reasonable price. Ap
ply to 6. W. 81mmona, Eiverdala, N. (X
" Mayor Patterson disposed of tha fol
lowing cases ia the police court yester
dayvi. .. v,V '.'
Leila F Sanders, disorderly conduct;
tan . .
Tom White, disorderly conduct, nae
of 5 00 and costs.
Helen Jones, indecent exposure, fine
of 15 00 and eoeta.
ilary Tryw (col), nsl-j vn'rar lan
gusgs on the street, f.ne t5 00 and
Adieu Assembly Welcome -Summer
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feaohsrs Amey Eajoyabls ssS re8tsls
fsH ai Cay Hal CRy. 'Seott-'
era Schedule HeMs.'r'
Raleigh, J une 16. The session of the
North Carolina Teachers' Assetntly.
ended last night. It was very success
ful throughout and the attendance was
gratifying. A resolution waa adopted
calling on the legislature iff erect a
fire-proof and spacious building for the
historical collection now in the State
Museum and most warmly com mending
the work of collecting which hat Men
A number of the teachers who at
tended the Assembly will remain for
the Summer School which begins Hon
day. Tomorrow the atmaal sermon be
fore the Assembly will be preached iu
the Auditorium at tha Agricultural A
Mechanical College by Bishop Edward
Rondthaler of the Moravian Church.
Today the fifth annual session of the
Association County Superintendents be
gan. State Superintendent Joyner is
the president of this Association. The
first session waa a joint one with the
Woman's Association for the better
ment of public school houses in North
Carolina. An add Fees wss delivered by
President Charles D. Mclver ot the
State Normal A Industrial College at
Greensboro. Thin was followed by
talks on what the betterment associa
tion has done in Cumberland county by
Superintendent B T McBryde and on
what it has done in Wayne county by
Superintendent E T Atkinson. Snort
talks on betterment work followed, be
ing made by various superintendents.
The afternoon session was devoted to
the discussion of plana for uniform
examination, graduation and certifica
tion of teachers, by the plan of a cen
tral examining board, life certificates
and bettor salaries for teachers. This
evening the subject discussed waa the
problem of getting the children into
the schools and keeping them then.
including taking the census locating
ifUterat children of .school age, ate.,
the work to be done by the county
wperintentendents and the county
board, by teachers and committeemen
and by laws requirhur attendance en
the schools. r
Three fachee of rain have falka at
Raleigh daring the week. There i
ajMnttwo hours of aonahine yestes
day, this being all in seven days. Ib
the northern part of this coanty there
was as immense rainfall yesterday and
the crops were quite' badly beaten
down. Bar an inch ram fell in
hour, three fourths of it having faileal
ia twenty minutes, r It is said by ev
erybody that no damage had been den
hi this section by the rate. East of
here the rains havOf been far heavier.
Tha whole matter as regards the
schedules of the Southern Railway
westward from Raleigh which has been
before the public eye so much for the
past fortnight aM particularly during
the past seven day now goes off tne
docket both of th -Corporation com-
mission an the federal court. The
very plain steteaaaotis made that
will be fought out before too legisla-
tsre. This will add to the spies of the
campaign so doubt and alao give more
interest to the legislative session, since
it seenis a wguhw fight is to be on.
Tb summer school which begins hare
next Monday b(to attract the largest
gathering; of teachers ever known in
the Sta the official say. All the ar
rangements for It' are vary complete
indeed and very mnch fine talent has
been- empJoye4-TU music festival
will be one of the many features of
public Interest and at tbss some musi
cal compositions by North Carolina au
thors will be presented, this being an
entirely new feature. The scene of
the session will be tha Agricultural and
Mechanical College, which never pre
sented a more attractive appearance
than at present ;
Richmond, June 16. Bradstreet'a
says for Richmond and vicinity :
Wholesale dealers in and manufac
turers of agricultural implements are
reeetvinf large orders, and they expect
this season to be a profitable on. Tin
retail loos tobacco market is strong
and prices . era higher than they have
been in any time with the past year,
froduce market la active with strong
demand fov all classes of produce. Ia
Eastern, N. C, the acreage of cotton
sKghtty exceeds that of last year, and
the acreage would have been greater
bit for tha aearctt ol labor. The crop
Is two weeks late, due to dry weather
in May, but the stand is goad and pres
ent conditions are faverabi. Tobacco
is backward except ia a few. localities.
due to unfavorable weather.. Growers
of vegetables aul berrM have had a
profitable season," the yield having been
at least an averr -ecus and price aat
Uactery. Cwct -a are better than
o'Uattl.Ur-tkisr.lr8t..n trade ia
AND YOU WILL HAVE A
Delicioas Gup of Tea
LADIES DUCK HATS
We are just in receipt of a largeot
of Ladies White Duck Hats in all the new
est shades, just the thing for the summer
and the seashore.
We can offer you the best values
in India Linen this week that has ever
been offered you. We have not purchas
ed a large quantity and by buying late in
the season we are enabled to offer you;
All Tan Oxfords 20 per "cent leegi
than regular price
J. J. BAXTER
DRY GOOPS DEPARTMENT
:. HAND-PARTED PARASOLS
The Dainetgst and Most Artistie Parasols ever on thetenrket.
Each design is original andlbveryVrder2s filled with special atten
tion to the wishes of the costumer.
without one. 'Tiey are witnui the
up. Orders promptly filled.
THE WDDTTEN STUDIO.
FOR SUMMER COOKING
Use: an up-to-date Oil Stove. We cany Uo mot
-Sum mer Speclaltiefsr-
REFRrGKXATOHS, ICB CREAM
MAMMOCKS, MOSQUITO CANOfUS,
Hire's Root Beer
FOR YOUR HEALTH
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No summer outfit ia i
reach of every one.
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