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No. 4. s-
NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1906.-SECOND SECTION
That U what a commercial of checking account 'in this
Bank means. ' "' '
You put your money and your confidence in this Bank and
do your business here. : V '
- Thia Bank, in turn, stands behind you with its confidence,
its business counsel, yes, and its money, also, within the limits
of safe, and careful banking. .
No business man, no farmer can afford to overlook the ad
vantages of such a partnership.
JAMES B. BLADES, Prwldsnt. Win. B. BLADES, W.PmWtsl.
CEO, B. PENDLETON, Cathlsr.
jured. The steamer Orinoco was en
abled to continue her voyage to the
Hew York, Nov. 22 An unknown w
! .... 1 -i
man supposed to De insane anui uuw
men on Madison Avenue today inflicting
serious wounds, One of the victims
was the physician who had been attend
Greensboro, Nov. 22. The passenger
train from this city to Goldsboro, was
struck in collision by the fast mail here
today and two cars derailed. The pas
uixrar train was I standing on the side
track, close to the main track and the
fast mail brushing past it caused the
accident. None were seriously injured.
Hail clerks Neal and Williamson jump
ed and sustained slight injuries.
San Juan, Porto Rico, Nov. 22nd.
Yesterday was the biggest day in the
history of Porto Rico and President
Roosevelt's visit was the cause of the
universal demonstration. He was ac-
principal one, which was magnificentin ..... ranleat recption ever held
Two Good Laws Relative to
MPT1 PERCY; GRAY
CRITIC AlU ILL
Events of Past Three Days
Tersely Told For Jour
Industrial, Commercial, Hut-Sal, Religi
ons, Criminal and Political
Happenings Condensed in
Albany, Nov. 20. -At the Episcopal
Convention in session here Bishop Doan
poke emphatically against the mar
riage of divorced pernons faying the
church should refuse to grant its bene
diction. "Let the state which separa
ted them reunite them," he said.
Washington, Nov 20 President Roose
vslt has declined to suppend the order
dismissing the negro troops of Browns
ville, Texas, in disgrace but says he is
willing to hear any new facts.
Philndelnhia. Nov. 20 Several ice
dealers have been' put on trial for con
spiracy to raise prices.
Memphis, Nov. 20. A severe elec
trie storm attended by heavy rain fall
visited this city today. Avery large
area in Tennessee and Kentucky is af
Norfolk, Nov. 20. One of the local
companies of the national guard have
gone to Princess Anne, to guard a ne
gro who has been arrested tor criminal
assault Farmers in the community
gathered and threatened to lynch the
Columbia S. C, Nov. 20 The monu
merit erected to the memory of Hon.
Wade Hampton was unveiled today in
the presence of 30,000 people. Govern
or Heywood accepted the monument in
the name of the state.
Raleigh, Nov. 20th. The executive
committee of the North Carolina Bank
era Association have decided upon what
it known as the group plan, dividing
the State into seven districts. This
plan will secure a larger attendance at
the meetings. It is more convenient
every respect Other addresses were
made by President George T. Winston,
President Venable, State Superintend
ent Joyner, Miss Mary K. Applewhite,
representing former students, Dr. J.E.
Brooks, representing the Guilford Al
The large auditorium of the students,
building was packed with people, and
the exercises throughout were- exceed
ingly impressive and beautiful.
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors held in the afternoon to select a
successor to Dr. Mclver as President of
the College, State Superintendent J.
V. Joyfier who had been generally con
nected as the next President came be
fore the board and stated that he could
Serious Illness of Mrs. Palmer, Gener
al Stedman's Daughter. Death
of Dr. MeDaniel. Two Fine
Discourses by Rev. H. B.
Dean. Interesting Ex
ercises at Prox
imity. (Special Correspondence.)
Greensboro, Nov. 20. One of the
evidences of the decrease of blockading
in the west, following the Wa'ts law,
Chicago, Nov. 22. -Senator Tillman
will lecture here but will not mention
the race problem. Special detectives
have been employed to guard him du
ring his stay here, as there "have been I the more vigilant work of revenue of
mariv threat acrninHt his life. I ficet-3. and the real punishment of par
. . ... I ties convicted bv Judge Boyd, is the
Grand Rap.ds, M.ch. Nov. --ur wholMale re8igation of their officers,
men working on the new breakwater o Unite(j state8 Commissioners. The
surrounding the lake here wereoverta- crimjnal docket in the Federal court is
ken by a terrific storm today and swept growing small or the small the court at
ti ,j fc. j i Asnevuie lasc weeK naviiiK hu iuiFi
IllbU bills wauci aim I .
tant ca86 Wnacever lur violating
revenue law. Formerly the position of
commissioner was much sought after,
the fees being good, earned principally
from bindinar oarties over to the Federal
The Chicago Evening Post announces t f vj0atintr the law against the
the engagement of Arthur Uevim, one i illicit 8a,e or manufacture of liquor,
Baseman Devlin Caught by I
not accept the presidentship where up- of New Bern's State base ball players in I The ,atcst regignatlon8 8re those of J,
th h,H tinned the administra- the ot league to Miss lima L Rrown of Bryson city Swain coun
v.. v. I urtll. Ik. .nwhlav nf a I :hlfnfrn nRFlK'
. . .1 .J -.L-I "" W"6 X- o. .
tion oi tne conege in ui uauua m iu
present superintendent dean J. I. Foust
until the close of the school year, June
1st, 1907 and will
possible an assistant to President Foust I
The refusal of Mr. Joyner is taken by
UD6E SWS RU
he Case of the Lynchers in
Anson County in Regard
to Change of Venue.
Raleiah. Nov. 21st The Supreme
Cnnrt has at last handed down its de
cision in the State vs Lewis and others,
th Ivnchinir case which was removed
from Anson to Union county last sum
mer and which created so much inter
est and excitement in that Bection of
the State. Judge Shaw quashed the
bill tf. indictment upon, the ground that
there was no such crime defined in the
revisal as lynching and that while un
der the original law of 1893 this case
might have been removed, yet under
the law as it now exists in the new re
vival of 1905 the Supreme Court of
Union county could have no jurisdic
tion. Judge Shaw's mling is reversed
bv a majority of the court The opinion
of the court is written by the Chief
Justice and concurring opinions by J ur-
tices Walker and Connor.
The court holds that section 3,233 of
the revisal is sufficiently connected with
section 3 698 to give the court of Union
county jurisdiction over the offence
named in 3C9. Much is said in the ton-
Dr. Butler Returns From .Jack
sonville Wliere lie Met the
ers of Agriculture.
LICENSE GRANTED BY
Comim'iciiil Chilis 'Will Nut Merge,
- News and Olisener to Have a
House Wanninjr. Norfolk &
Southern Officials mid Offi
cers of Other Roads
tions. (Special Correspondence. )
Raleieh. N. C, Nov. 22d
LITTLE BABY'S -AWFUL
Thin Skin Formed Over Body and
Under it Was Watery Blood
When Washed it Would Burst
and Break-Suffered for Weekt
Now Sound and Well-
tv W. W. HamDton of Mt Airy
er. Mr. ueviin, itwtu Derememoereuig county and John B- uwingoi
has won a national reputation by his I in Montgomery county. Strang-
wonderful batting record with the New I . of al) there j,ave been no appli-
Drovide as soon as I York giants. By some slip of the type I u for appomtraent to these vacant
in ine paper me uaw ui nic ""b i United States Commissionersnips, ana
was not given. I Judge Boyd has not yet filled the va-
Tt-. has not been long ago,
many to mean an acute stage of polit-1 Gives visor, strength, vitality to your I when these places were considered
ical conditions at present" and future I nerves, stomach and every part of your I choice plums by republicans, who failed
over the question of educational poll-1 body, its easy to iaae; Bwanow
t. : h. qi.ia tie Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea; it
w " v" I j,. n, kiulnM. Ta nr tablets. 35
uuva ww - t
Washington Nov. 21 The ginners re-lcenta. p. s. Duffy.
that up to November 14,
port states that up
there have been 8,536,436 bales ginned
against 7,501,180 to the aame date last
year. North Carolina ginned 383,356;
Tulsa, Ind. Ter., Bishop Taggert, of
the Methodist Church, died today after
a lingering illness.
Washington Nov. 21-The War 'de
partment has issued a statement regard
ing the dishonorable discharge of the
negro troops from the Brownsville,
Texas, company, saying that s rehear
W. C. Dowd lor Speaker.
to get something better, and the hold
up in applications now, shows that
there has ceased to be anything doing
in the blockade industry.
In discussing the recent ordinance of
the City of Richmond, requiring sa
loons to close at midnight and not open
until 6 o'clock the following morning,
an old resident of Greensboro makes
some interesting assertions. He says
that hfl believes that Greensboro was
Secretary B. H. Woodell of the Grand
curring opinion of Justice Connor about Li0dgeof 0ild Fellows has returned
the constitutionality of the act and Mr. from Wake Forest where he went in re-
Justice Walker, undertakes to show i tion t0 the establish nuent of a lodge.
that the act of 1893 supposed to be He Baya one wjn ne there and a nam
entirely repealed by the revisal, may ber of 1 ita memUers will be students,
vet be considered by the court in con- mhn manifnat much interest in the
struing those sections of the revisal. matter.
Mr. Justice Brown dissents. state Veterinarian Tait Butler has
He agrees with the majority of the returried from Jacksonville where he
court that the legislature has the power attended the meeting of the Southern
of removal before indictment found as Commiaaioners of Agriculture. Before
well as after to adjoining county. He that ne wa8 at Baton Rouge, where
holds however that the title to Section th re wag a iarire meeting, at which he
3698 "Lynching" is no part of the act apoko Tomorrow William A. Graham
and that a mere title cannot be con- al)j gtatB chemist will Kilgore will
sidered in construing a plan and unam- return from Jacksonville. They and
bitruous aci: that the crime known as the other commissioners and delegates
lynching is not created by sec'ion 3698 went t0 Tampa on special cars as the
and that while section 3233 authorizes quests of the Jacksonville people.
the temoval of indictments for lynching The Suprer. e Court has reversed the
the revisal fails to create or define any ruym 0f the Fusion court, in the case
such crime. That the crime described o the Commissioners against Loan
in section 3698 cannot be lynching by Trust Company, the decision being that
. ... . 1 1 .l t . ... i :
anv known definition oi me wu. the Fusion decision in ueonam agamo
Judtre Brown goes into the history ot
lvnchine and traces it down irom an
cient times when it was called "Jed
ward Justice". "Lydford Law", etc.
He refers to the old Vehmic tribunals
originating in Westphalia which exe-
CURED IN ONE WEEK BY
CUTICUR A REMEDIES
"When my little girl baby was on,
week old she had a skin disease. A ,
thin skin formed over her body and
under it was watery blood, and when
she was washed it would burst and
break. She was in that condition' for
weeks, and I tried everything I could
think of, but nothing did her any good.
When she was three months old I took
her to San Antonio to see a doctor, but
the doctor we wanted to see was not
at home, so my sister gave me cake of
Cuticura Soap and halt a box of Cuti
cura Ointment, and told me to use
them, which I did in time. I used
them three times, and the humor began
to fade, and in one week she was souna .
and well, and it has never returned
since. I think every mother should keep
the Cuticura Remedies in tne nous.
Yours trulv. Mrs. H. Aaron, Benton.
Texas, July 3, 1905."
"I have used the Cuticura Remecbta
for some years past. The Cuticura
Soap we are never without, and the '
Ointment is the finest in the world.
It has done wonders in curing my uttl
girl of weeping eczema. Respectfully,
Mrs. J. E. Mersdorff, 310 W. 3rd St.,
Madison, Ind., June 27, 1905."
SLEEP FOR BABIES
Rest for mothers, instant relief and
refreshing sleep for skin-tortured
babies, in warm baths with Cuticura,
Soap and gentle anointings with Cuti
cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure,
and purest of emollients.
Sold throughout tt wtl. "utK-rr so,
HftMlvent, out. un m tw vhwmi.
Chitty was wrong. The Fusion decis
ion was a most remarkable one, and as
a lawyer remarked today, was the high
water mark , of Fusion legal de lsion.
The Fusion court held that in a case
where bonds were authorized-fo be is
Mr. W. C. Dowd, editor of the Char
lotte News is a candidate for Speaker
of the House of Representatives. The
Journal is glad to voice the sentiments
of its contemporaries in praise of I tne first city in the United States that
Mr. Dowd. We are sure that the I began a practical solution of the most
State m well as the dignity of the I demoralizing features of saloons, and
House are safe in his hands. He has I to Judge David Schenck, then one of
made a splendid success as editor of I tne hoard of aldermen, he ascribes the
one of the best papers in the State and I credit for the solution. It was in 1886,
he will be sure preside over the lower I when 'saloons were scattered all over
cuted thieves and murderers caught in gue(j m$ the Journal showed that 94
the act without trial or delay. The members had voted for the bill, and
Justice traces the history of lynching tnat, after the word "nays" there were
down to the time of C6L Thomas Lynch no fiuures. was a fatal omission and did
of Virginia, who having caught a thief, not follow section 14, article 2 of the
instead of delivering him to the officers constitution. Justice Clarke, then of
of law, tied him to a tree and flogged tnat court, protested against such a de-
him. From this gentleman the term cigi0n. The present decision in the
lunohinir m derived The opinions are I .., nf Commissioners against Loan
all elaborate and full.
MUZ ttcper tUI o U). Potltr lung CkMk Om,
UHd i rtt, " U" Cm tat th Skin."
Southern Railway and of the various
other roods which it is absorbing includ
ing the Atlantic & North Carolina, Suf
folk .& Carolina, Raleigh and Pamlico
Sound, etc., were here to arrange att ;
the details of the merger. It is said
that this system will build a number of
branih lines in order to cover more of -eastern
North Carolina. ' The stock
holders of the Raleigh and Pamlico
Sound Railway unanimously accepted
the merger proposition. President
Haines says the road from Raleigh to
Wilson will be put in operatian in early
branch of the General Assembly .with
the same capability. His work for the I
. . . I nart v entitles him to the honor.
ing will not De gramea as Decreuryi ,
Taft finds that President Roosevelt ful- . ph.hlw lfillrf
ly considered all arguments before he I .
runscon r ree rress, ti.
the city, and ran all night He had
passed an ordinance, prohibiting sa
loons within 100 feet oi any cnurcn,
school, market house, the court house,
Reauirine saloons to close from 11 p.
left for Panama. w m t k m . forbidding the use of
... oi 1 . P,i. Mmday night Mr. Robert Nelson, of n or back doof and providing
Borint.M-"" rwntiuui Keck townsh n. awoke tOliU.t . o..j... .m iV, hrkAn
. . . . . . i l . l lllttl, lir ouuuuy to""'s
cess Anne coumy nave iwrn u. behold a burglar trying to enter nis i oUouij forfeit his -license. One effect
wherewith to prosecute the negro Smith I home through a window which was left I g ,0 t gU the gaioons on Main St
who committed assault on Mrs. Leggett I up on account or ine warm weamer. i here the Uce couW watcn them,
It is known as the female The man was in a croucning posiuon, wag weed out all the dives,
just entering ine room ana rar. newuu i nd Bnother was to compel the Keeping
fired a load of buckshot from his gun 1 0j or(jery places, for fear of forfeit-
and the man leu oui oi me wmuuw.
He is believed to have been killed.
Tk. Knwrltti. v.i ft nlnred man and
- . . . i
charge of murder pwrrea against ner . -r of flye hou8eg ,
by two of her daughters. They say that j neighborhood.
the woman killed their children. One
Protection Fui d.
New York, Nov. 21 A German wo-
man was arrested thia morning on the I
Greensboro, Nov. 20 The memorial
exarcises held here today in honor of
Dr. Mclver, late president of the State
Normal and. Industiral College were
plainly ligniAcantjof .the high place he
had won in the esteem of the best ele-
- ment of progressive life in this and and
other States. It was distinctively a
' tribute from thote he had educated, In
the persons of many former students
from all parts of the state, of those he
had inspired by the presence of leading
educators and co-workers from this and
other States and a literal outpouring 'of
citisena of the city who knew and ap
preciate J at close range the splendid per
tonal civic and material value of the
man. One of the highest tributes to his
work and useful life was the one paid
inferential by the emphatic absence
of politicians, no State Government of
ficial, Judge'on the bench, congressman
said she took one child and wrapped it in
rugs and throw it in the street, another
saw her kill babies and burn their bod
ies. : : ' r. : '
Poor Old Standard Oil.
The troubles of the Standard Oil Co.,
a re not all at home, but they are appear
ing at every place where the trust has
any interest at all. The corporation is
ure of business. The strict enlofce-
ment of the ordinence broke the saloon
influence in local politics, and uv less
than a generation brought the city to
an overwhelming Bentiment for prohi
r.nt Prcv Grav. who was sick for
a lonir time, but after treatment in a
Richmond hospital came home about
two months ago greatly benefitted, was
again taken to his bed three weeks
having some nice weather
to have some for quite
Supreme Court Opinions
Special to Journal
and Trust Companies makes entirely 2l.-The -Supreme
valid a number of issues of bonds. ,n'
The State Board of Pharmacy grant- coun nieu u. xouuwum
ed license to the following : Miss Mabel day : :
Romhill W. A. Brane. Jefferson Bruce, state vs Lewis, from Union, re-
L. C. Cannon, J. W. Coppedge, A. Y. reed
Deits, C. P. Greyer, V. M. uuney, w.
A. Hall, G. W. Hill, Reginald Hamlet,
L. M. King, A. W. Martin, Edwin
Nowell, G. C. Robinson, B. W. Tart,
H. R. Thrower and J. R. Trotter
State Super intendent Joyner, assisted
by A. M. Scales, Esq. and ur. tsrooics
made a five hours canvass of Greens
boro yesterday and secured 1,700 for
the Mclver monument. The Odell
Hardware Co. gave $100, several gave
now and nope
Rev Charles Lee filled his regular ap
pointment at Mary's Chapel Saturday
and Sunday last He had a very large
The nublic school at Prescott did not
beein last Monday for the teacher Mr
F G Tuten is very ill with a nign iever
we hope he will soon be out again,
We are glad to see Mr Levi Kowe oui j. h nd - number $25. It is ex-
again after a long illness. pected that Greensboro will contribute
Mrs BesBle Edwards visited friends $2,500 to this fund. Mr. Joyner says
,i ..lotivMi mi Walker Road Saturday that, nthnr towns can raise good sums
-Raleigh, Nov. 21,
unknown man shot and killed by the I it looks now as if a large part of their
Seaboard Air Line detective Mlmms million! are being spent in a fight for
about three weeks ago was ordered ex
humed today by the solicitor and a pic
ture taken to help in the identification.
The face was much swollen and black.
The body of th. fought vlKOroUs,y in Europe and TlZTu.
He is suffering from almost complete
paralysis, and his many friends through
out the State will be grieved to know
of his critical condition.
Maior Stedman and Dr. J. E. Grinuv
lev returned last night from Richmond
where they had taken Major Stedman's
daughter, Mrs. Kate Palmer to a hos
pital for treatment Mrs. raimer re
cently returned from New York where
she had a long spell of typhoid fever,
and han to be taken to Richmond for
Dr. A. P. McDaniel, a former prom
inent citisea and practicing phyaifian in
the McLeans ville section died at his res
idence In this city last night, aged 85.
He moved to Greensboro a year ago,
existence and thus good money is kept
in circulation. Italy has joined a con
certed action of the European powers
by taking the duty off from crude pe
troleum thus depriving the Rockefeller
crowd of the control of that commodity
Ponce, Nov. 21. The Presidential I whicn they have had for many years.
party reached here thia morning at 9 1 There is a plan, to push a Russian con
o'clock on their way home from Panama I cera manipulating illuminating oil.
m I Which Will lend lo oust uw nniencan
It is one of the most wonderful ton
ics for developing the figure, making
bright eyes, red lips and rosy cheeks,
ever offered to the American girt Hoi
Hater's Rockr Mountain Tea. Tea or
Tablets, 85 cents. F. S. Duffy.
Magistrates Must Qualify.
rration a little over a
.miuhin of the church has been
but had not been In practice for many! .... increase to the Sunday-
yean. He was a spienaia ciuaen, kU)q hu ben almost aa great
served tnrougnoui me war u noiiou
The city was profusely decorated
honor of the visit The President went
to San Juan and returns thia evening to
Ponce to take the boat homeward
bound. - ' , ;
Cherburg, France, Nov. 22 The big
ocean liner, Kaiser Wilhelm der Gross, 1
and the royal mail steamship, Orinoco,
or United States Senator being present J n , fog- 0ff this coast last nfght
But there was assembled at least five n(1 , dozen pp tomm been
hundred out of town visitors, represent droned. Panic among the passengers
Ing the-leading educators among the offoth boats made the result of the ac-
men and women of the state to pay cident much worse. Many people jump
tribute to the memory and the work of ed into the sea and were drowned,
the departed. The addresses were of a The Kaiser la the worst damaged of
very high order, of appreciative the two boats having been struck amid-
merit, Dr. E. A. Alderman, Presidont ship. The report of the loss of 12 people J to qualif t'x(llrta December 6th, 1906. He is spending some, time here with
of the University or Virginia, a co- is denied oy we omceri or. the Kaiser I a, W.M.WATSON,
worker through life. delivering the wbo say there are only 4 dead and 8 in I ' 'V Clerk Superior Court
Mr George Edwards took a business
trio to Edward Saturday evening
Mt Rufus Edwarda of Washington is
visiting his relatives near this place.
There wUl be ainging school at
Mary's Chapel Sunday evening next, we
hope to have a large attedaance.
Mr and Mrs G.C Edwards spent Satur
day and Sunday with relatives near
' Bird Eye.
long course of treatment and operation
in a Richmond hospital. ' t
There were interesting dedicatory
services held Sunday in a new Baptist
church at Proximity an able and appro
priate sermon being preached by Kev.
. . i L ITU.
IJviniraton Johnson oi ivaieiRii.
Rev. W. H. Strickland is pastor of the
Proximity church and he and his people
have made wonderful progress In their
work. The old church building has been
moved back and will be used as a Sun
day-school troom. In ita place stands
the new building costing IL800. Since
Mr. Strickland took charge of this con-
year ago, the
if they are canvassed by some promi
Work is actively progressing on the
dormitory at the Roman Catholic Or
phanage and the walls are several feet
above the ground. All the brick from
the dormitory burned last December
will be used in the new one.
It was learned today that contracts
for building the North Carolina build
Mfg Co. vs Summers, Guilford, new
Beard vs Railway, Guilford, affirm
ed, 'v.'.... :
Harrison vs Telegraph Co., Rowan,
hew trial. .
Commissioners vs Loan & Trust Co.,
Hayes vs Railway. Mecklenburg, new
Miller vs Railway, Mecklenburg, new
Shaw vs Mfg Co., Mecklenburg, new
Beam va Adderholt Lincoln, per cu
OLD corns OKI
Ill uuitw ui& w v.- . . -r j
ing at the Jamestown Exposition was Urcat Mortality at bOlalOM
let Of course the contractor win oe
required to give complete bond that the
building will be finished in ample time
and will be according to plans and
specifications. The sum of $30,000 only
is available for the Duuding and me
general exhibit, this being really a
The Industrial Club of this fcity will
maintain ita organization, having de
clined the merge into the Chamber of
The News & Observer will have a
All Justices of the Peace elected at Large congregations attended services
the last General election, Nov.6th,1906, at St Barnabas Episcopal church Sun
whether now holding office by appoint- day morning and night, when Rev. H.
ment of the legislature ir not are notl- Baldwin Dean, preaahed two able and
fled, that they must qualify before the edifying sermons. Mr. Dean was for
Clerk of the Superior Court within .30 nearly four years, and until recently
days from the date of their election', or when, he resigned on account of ill health
their places become vacant The time the pastor here f nd is greatly neioveo.
Death ol a Respectable Colored
Pollocksvllle. Nov. 2L-Died at her
horn, near this place, last night about
10 o'clock, of -consumption Julis, the
wifeofLeary Simmons, a respectable
colored farmer. She was forty-nine
years old, she had been a long sufferer.
I Home. Example of Quick
' ; ,; V'-'V; Death. , ' '
Special Correspondence. J
Raleigh, Nov. 21- During the year
there have been ne less than 22 deaths
at the Soldiers Home here, this being
about one-sixth of the number oi in
mates. It must be borne in mind that
a considerable portion of these who
come to the Home do so only when they
are sick and in a feeble condition. A
honse-warming when it completes ita case in point will illustrate this. A
new building, which will be one of the man named Fox, from a county in t
most attractive in the city. The paper Piedmont section went to Rocky I..
ibm hn the Raleiirh out hia family in a cotton mill t.
unio " I ..... . i .
Sentinel was established, the latter pa- came w tne no w..v ...
per having become a part of the News to nea ana u. . u... .
& Observer. This date appears on the was really almost dying when h. r
massive stone over the entrance to the here ana nan w
building. .Through large windows press I attention.
ea and the dyramos can be seen iu oper I . "
ation, in the half-basement At the Odd Fellows Festival.
house warming there will be a reception T
and a number of short talks by gentle-1 ine .ureKa wo. inu(uu, ,
" ' ui ....:... tAA VMnmm will hold a f,t '.
men connecvoa wim mo uriu yny.. . v - -- .. . ,
which have been merged into the News serve aupper in the Hahnt
snhumir ' I fOUOCK aireew recenuj uu.
The Ra'eigh and Southern Railway Is
netting aulte a large competetive busi
ness from points north and yesterday 1
one train handled nine cars loaded with
through freightl fromNew York and
ci.. will h hurled 22nd by the colored
tie I spenu n 0 vD ---- . . - . WM -' other Dointa.
friends on his way borne m AiaDama ourymg . t.8o(r.cllla ot the Norfolk &
Heias just been discharged from a member. . ' '
M. Warren, Wednesday r. v.
have arranged for a In- i
everything good to eat t 1
pared to serve supper t I
Other attractions will l t
Journal but the chiof f