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Published ia Two Section, every Tnea"
day and Friday, at M kUddk Street, ew
CHARLES t. STEVENS
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Section Two, Friday Feb.
BUILDS UPWEALTH MAKERS.
The local Interest taken in the Bute
Good Roads Convention, which is to be
held st Raleigh, on February 12th and
13th, has resulted in the appointment
of men from this section who have its
best interests at heart.
These men will no doubt attend the
convention, and feel how important
good roads sre, and how it is possible to
have such roads in Craven county.
The'JouRNAl, basjoften and repeated
ly shown the necessity for improved
highways in and around New Bern, so
that the country and city both may be
built op into n natural and healthy state
of business, which will bring prosperity
to each and every interest, farmer, mer
chant and citizen. 7
The natural wealth of this section can
never be even fairly developed unless
there shall be good public roads, and
these roads mutt not be in sections of
one or two miles, but must be continu
ous from remote towns leading through
farming lands into New Bern.
Visitors to the Good Roads Conven
tion on February 12lh and 13th will
have every opportunity of seeing the
best methods to be employed in road
building, hence the real need that every
delegate appointed in New Bern and
Craven county shall attend the conven
tion, so that each and every one may
come back with renewed spirit for the
Good Roads work, applied to their own
OUR FOREIGN PRESERVERS.
The telegraphic dispatches tell of a
controversy now going on abroad, as to
which European nation was the friend
of the United States during the late war
Declarations are now flying swift and
often between Germany and England on
this matter, with denials of each other's
stories in language that threatens to go
beyond the diplomatic.
This country's armed Intervention in
Cuba, so one Btory goes, was to be de
clared unjustifiable by the Powers, in
cluding England, but the note which
was to express this sentiment, fell
through on accont of Germany's flat re
fusal to sign.
( .The English verslou Is that that coun
try was most friendly to the United
States throughout tbe Spanish troubles.
Through French sources the story
comes that English social circles were
hostile towards America, and Spanish
proposals would have been heard favor
ably. But more than all the real power
of all was Russia, that nation's position
quickly changing France and Germany,
in their ideas of siding with Spain.
While all this controversy may be of
interest In foreign diplomatic circles, it
la rather amusing and entertaining read
ing in this country. .
In time of need Is when a friend is
wanted, and whether this country re
ceived such moral support ss these for
eign countries now claim was given the
United States in 1898, is a question.
That there was no foreign Interference
at the time is a matter of congratulation
all around, not that - the results of the
war would bave been materially differ
ent, or that this country would have
changed its attitude or coarse from the
one pursued. ; " . .
r PROSPERITY AND RELIGIOUS
PROGRESS. , "
- The closing of the year 1901, with Its
record of religion, Its advancement or
decline, seems to prove the truth of the
saying, that prosperity is bad for re
8ome of the reports ot tbe .. different
religious organizations are of Interest
In this conneclion of the effect of a pros
perous year upon the people. (-
The three larger Baptist benevolent
societies report a decline in contribu
butlons. The Congregatlonalieta have
hold their own, but can report no great
missionary board facet a deficit if $90,
000, all lbs mors embarrassing bacaaa
it Is expanding Us missionary effort.
Ths Mtlhodlsl bars do well ia rais
ing fl9,000,000 ss twentieth century
fund, bat there are Indies tioas that It
has bsea done at the si pease of soaae
of Its other Interests. Tbe Presby
terians and Romsa Catholics appear to
have done weiL
While-there has been an Increase la
membership In these denominations, the
church papers all' claim It to be too
In benefactions to religion there seems
to Lsre been no large ones In 1901,
church members giving largely to edu
cational Interests In preference to their
own denominational wants.
The following from an exchange
gives some of the most Important events
of the past year, affecting religion
"One of the most Important events of
tbe year affecting religion was the pas-
sage of the associations law by France I
and the resulting expulsion of about 1 1,-
000 members of leliglous oiders, a few I
of whom came to this country. The!
Presbyterian chu.t-h decided to put forth
a statement explaining, but not super
seding, lis creed. The Baptist societies
held meetings largely devoted to the dis
cussion of ways and means. The Epis
copal general convention appointed
bishops for Porto Rico and the Philip
pines, but otherwise took no action on
burning questions submitted to It. The
Methodist conferences sppear to have
acleu favorably on tbe proposition to'
aumit women as delegates to the general
conference, and the question will now
go to that body. The Roman Catholics
bave effected a federation of their lay
societies; but ths yesr has witnessed a
notable Increase of Protestant mission
ary activity in Cubs, Porto Ricoand the
Philippines at the expense of ihat body.
All tbe larger Protestant bodies report
the erection of churches and school
houses and many accessions to their
membership. The fact has just been an
nounced that the Roman church iu this
country is alive to the need, of holding
its own in these new possessions, and
with that end In view will train Ameri
can priests to take tbe place of native
priests. At a recent conference all the
sects of tbe Quakers met and declared
for arbitration Instead of war. The ten
dency toward liturgical worship and cer
emonial has been developed in the non
liturgical churches. Lent and holy
week sre looming up larger than the
week of prayer, and vested choirs bave
increased among the Methodists. On
the other hand, extreme ritualism in tbe
Anglican and Episcopal churches has
received a distinct setback, and it is be
lieved that it will soon cease to be a vital
issue In these churches.
$ioo Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science - has been
able to cure in all its stages and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure.ia the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitution
al disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon tLe blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving tbe patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer one
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testimon
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
8old by Druggists, 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Charged With Blackmail.
New York, Feb. 6 The first result of
the turning on of the official searchlight
pf the reform administration to lay bare
the acts of the city officers came today in
the arraignment of Deputy Tax Collec
tor Ford, of the Borough of Bronx, on
the charge of blackmail. Ford, It Is
charged, was caught In a trap set by dis
trict attorney Jerome.
Dr. 'Bull's Baby Syrup'Jbr
Teething Babies. Price, 10 lets. Cures
Wind-Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gri
ping Pains, Sour Stomach, Fever, Chol
era Infantum. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
promotes the digestion snd soothes the
Will Join Prince Henry.
Berlin, Feb. 7. Vice Admiral Von
Elsendecher, former German Minister at
Washington snd Toklo, has received an
imperial order to join Prince Henry's
suite for the trip to the United States,
s Big Hotel Burned. -
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 7 The Ven
dome, the leading hotel, valued at two
hundred thousand dollars, was burned
to the ground today. - , : : -
Duffy the druggist, will refund you
your money if yon are not satisfied afte
using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They care disorders of the
stomach,' biliousness constipation and
headache, X- .Price 25 cents. Samples free
F S Duffy ft Co.
A Lynching in Tennessee.
Chattanooga, Feb. 7. A mob forced
open the county Jail at Lynchburg this
morning and took Edward Whltaker, a
negro, and hanged him in the courthouse
yard. The victim's crime was the mur
der of farmer John Foster.
Millions Put To Work. ,
The wonderful activity of the new
century is shown by sn mormons de
mand for the world's best workers
Dr. King's New Life Pills. For Con-tlpation,-
Sick Headache, Biliousness,
or shy trouble of . Stomach, Liver or
Kidneys they're unrivaled. Odly 25c. at
C D. Bradham's drug store.
Shoe Factory Burned. -Gloversvllle,
N. T. Fee The shoe
factory of Mills Brothers was burned to -
n rr ry n
Digests whit yon eat.
This preparation contains alt of Ox
digesutnla and digest all kinds ot
food. It gives Instant relief am never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat ah
tbe food yon want. Tbe most sensitive
stomachs can take It. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics bave been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation of gas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting u n necessary. Pleasant to take
It can't help
but do yon good
Prepared ool j by R.O. PaWrrr a Co., I nk-a
'tk Si. tAU uunulns tit Una lb too. glM
F. 8. DUFFY CO. ES
Government Troops Forced Back.
port 0f Spain, Trinidad, Feb 7.
Yenewelan troops, sent to the vicinity
, ' . "
of Gu,r Venesuela, in order to disperse
the insurgents la the locality, have been
compelled to fall back on Cerunaono.
which place tbey reached In an exhaust
ed condition, losing a number of men
k'lled and wounded In dally skirmishes
with the Insurgents.
Saved Her Child's Life.
''In three weeks our chubby little boy
was changed by Pneumonia almost to a
skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Wstklns,of
Pleasant City, O. "A terrible cough set
In, that, in spite of a good doctor's treat
ment for several weeCs, grew worse
everyday. We then used Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, and
our darling was soon sound and 'well.
We are sure this grand medicine saved
his life." Millions know It's the only
sure cure for Coughs, Colds and all Long
dlsesses. C. D. Bradham guarantees
satisfaction, 50c, $1.00. Trial bottles
Offer to be Vivisected.
Brooklyn, Feb. 7. Dr. Everson Dean
of the Bushwick Hospital, con Armed to
dav the report that tbe medical staff of
that institution has decided to accept
the offer of Dr. James Russell, one of
the best known practitioners of Brook
lyn, to submit himself to vivisection In
the cause of science.
The greatest danger from cold and la
grippe is their resulting in pneumonia
If reasonable care is used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all
danger will be avoided. It will cure acold
or an attack of Ia grippe in less time
than any other treatment. It is pleas
ant and safe to take. For sale by F. S.
Duffy & Co.
Result of Financial Crisis. .
Washington, Feb. 7. Consul General
Holloway reported to the State Depart
ment from St. Petersburg today that the
stock of French and Belgian companies
doing business in Russia have depreciat
ed from forty-six to ninety-nine per
cent., all a direct result of the commer
cial and financial crisis.
A Legacy Of The Grip
Is often a run-down system. WeakJ
ness, nervousness, lack ot appetite, en
ergy and ambition, with disordered liver
and kidneys often follow an attack of
this wretched disease. The gretest need
then is Electric Bitters, the splendid
tonic, blood purifier and regulator ot
Stomach, Liver snd Kidneys. Thou
sands have proved that they wonderful
ly strengthen tbe nerves, build up tbe
system, snd restore to health and good
spirits after an attack of Grip. If suf
fering, try them. Only 50c. Perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by CD. Brad
Government Will Oppose It
Washington, Feb. 7. -The State De
partment has instructed Minister Conger
of Pektn, to oppose tbe reported ar
rangement between Russia and China,
for exclusive concessions to the Russo-
Chlnese bank .In Manchuria. "
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. .
The best snd most famous compound
in tbe world to conquer aches and kill
pains. Cures Cuts, heals Burns and
Braises, subdues Inflammation, masters
Piles. Millions of Boxes sold yrarly,
Works wonders In Bolls, Ulcers, Felons,
Skin Eruptions. It cures or no pay.
23c. at O. D. Bradbam's drag store. -
A Tonnat Scotch Champion.
Children in the, Taola (Kan.) public
schools bave established n correspond
ence with children in the Edinburgh
(Scotland) public schools, and the let
ters which pass between them contain
much that Is amusing. For example,
one Scotch boy is very Indignant at
tbe mistaken ideas which are held of
his people. He says: "Many people,
even in England, think that our male
sex dress in kilts, bnt tbey are quite
wrong, for there Is hardly a man In
Edinburgh or anywhere In the middle
and south of Scotland who wears kilts.
It also is tbonght that the language of
the Scotch Is bad English, bnt it It
auite the reverse, for the English la
bad, broken Scotch."
':' To Give Conataadi la Chinese.
The British war office ia doing all In
its power to encourage the study ot
Chinese -in the army. It Is considered
Impossible to continue the training of
regiments like the Chinese regiment of
Infantry unless tbe English N. G, O.'s
are able to instruct the men in their
own tongue. Tbe secretary of state for
war Is offering rewards as an encour
agement to proficiency In the Chinese
language. London Mall.
Bank Rooters Kill a Sherlfl.
Clarksvllle, Ark February 5 Rob
bers to dsy dynamited the safe of the
Bank c t Clarksville, and secured six
. thousand (dollars
They killed Sheriff
Commence Its .
Sesetsh Trephy 1st Place. - Illicit
Distillery Raid, Used Seat's .
Ceaveatlea. State Char
ters. Kalelrh Cir
cle Celealal .
Rauuest, N. C, Febreary T. Ths
Spanish trophy given from the Cristobal
Colon, destroyed at Santiago, was today
pot la place la the Hall ot History la
ths State museum. The other trophy
gives from Manila will be removed to a
place beside It.
A few days ago Granville eooaty In
formed the State Superintendent of pub
lie Instruction that It -would need ao
money to keep Its schools open 4 months
Today, to tbe great surprise ot that offi
cial, it called for $3,810, of which f 1,87s
Is for Oxford township. The $3,810 Is
for only three townships. ,
.The national convention of railway
commissioners will be held at Charles
1 ston, beginning -next Tuesday. All the
corporation commissioners ot this State
and their clerk will attend. .
The State charters the John Rudsslll
Manufacturing Company, of Liaoolatoa
capital $73,000. It will spin and weave
cotton and woollen mills.
Cadet Warren ot the Agricultural and
Mechanical college here was today
takes to Baltimore to be operated oa for
appendicitis. He Is from Person coun
ty. Tbe Raleigh Circle of Colonial Dames
has elected Mrs. Moffltt. president and
Mrs G. T. Winston, secretary.
Deputy collector Wood and posse
made a raid In Nash and Franklin coun
ties yesterday and captured two lsrre
illicit distilleries. The prioeof ccrn has
been so high that the moonshiners are
now using molasses, exclusively. More
than 1,000 gallons of molasses "beer
wss found atone ot the Illicit distilleries
captured yesterday. The last captures
make eight in a radius of ten miles ffom
Spring Hope. Nash county, since last
Tbe active campaign against ltquor
which tbe North Carolina Anti-Saloon
League, formed here yesterday will
wage war to begin at once. It is the first
temperance movement on a large scale
In this State In several years. There
has in tbe past ten years been a very
considerable diminution in the number
of saloons in the State.
There is much activity here lu the
way of preparations for tbe "Good
Roads Convention next week. A large
number of practical men will be here
The city ana the country are co-oper
State Gets $10,000.
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 8, A legal pro
ceeding against a Texas railroad, which
has attracted much attention, has been
compromised in the district court here.
Suit was brought by the State ot Texas
against the St. Louis Southwestern Rail
way, In Smith county, for alleged non
maintenance of general offices In Texas
claiming penalties of $5,000 per day for
tw'O years. The State also asked for
forfeiture of the charter. The attorney
for the railroad denied violation of any
statute and the State accepted $10,000,
withdrawing tbe suit.
Dutch Give up.
Lorddh, Feb. 6. Tbe Brussels corres
pondent of the Dally Telegraph deals res
It to be absolutely certain that owing to
tbe sttitnde of the Powers and the Boer
leaders the Dutch government Is now
finally determined to abandon the Boer
cause and any Idea of fresh Intervene
Famine Is Coming.
LoNTXMf, Feb. I. From Calcutta the
correspondent ot the Dally Mall la a dis
patch says there Is little doubt that In
dls Is threatenedlwith another famine.
This Is the more to be .dreaded because
the area affected Is prsctlcally the same
that has been ravaged during the past
two years. Much ' depends open the
rainfall during the coming fortnight,
continues the correspondent. as a large
portion of the syrlng crops Is still capa
ble ot being saved,
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to $ days.
its action upon the system Is remarkable
ind mysterious. It removes at once the
cause snd the disease Immediately dls-
sppears. The first dose greatly benefits.
75 cents and 11.00. Bold by T. A. Henry,
Druggist, New Bern.
Accused Alderman Disappears.
New Tori, February 6 Alderman
Diets Frswley, accused of wholesale
election frauds, who was to have been
arrested to day unions he snrrendeied
to the officials, has disappeared.
. Tbe claim of other cough medicines to
be as good ss Chamberlain's are elect-
ually set at rest In the following testi
monial of Mr. O. D. Glass, sn employee
of Bartlett ft Dennis C-o, Gardiner, Ms.
He says: l bad kept adding to a cold
and cough in the winter of 1897, trying
every cough medicine I heard of with
out permanent help, until one day I was
In the drug store of Mr. Hoalebsn .sod
he advised me to try Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy and offered to pay back
my money if I was not cured. My lungs
and bronchial tubes were very .sore st
this time, but I was completely cured by
this remedy, and have since always tarn
ed to It when I got a cold, snd soon And
relief. ; I also recommend It to my
friends and am glad to say It Is the best
of sll cough
medicines." For sale by
SAVED BT PLUCK. .
Captain Histos Worked Els Schooner Off
Captain Huston, who Is well knows
la this port, where he has visited for
years, kad the misfortune to raa his
asw f oar -mailed schooner, the Orlando
Wootten, ashore on the Inner Dia
mond Shoals, aear Cape Halt eras oa
This was only the second voyage of
the Wootea, and to thas meet with dis
aster was Very hard luck for Capt. Has-
Bat vi bile the wrecking company
which seat a tug, to release the schooner
gave np the job as a hopeless one, aot so
Capt. Hosloa, ss the following from the
Norfolk Virgtslan-PUet, 7lh will show.
"The Orlando V. Wootten, the four-
masted schooner which was abandoned
Wednesday by - tbe Merrltt-Chapman
Wrecking Company's tug Coley, hard
sgrouad on the Inner Diamond tJboela,
near Cape Hatter, waterlogged ana
gives up for lost "by the togs crew. Is
sgila afloat, Jobs' is now riding at an
chor off Cape Uatteras, awaiting tbe
Coley, which returned to her Immedi
ately oa arrival at her dock here at
nooa yesterday, wben the news of the
floating: of the Woottea was commu
nicated to her. The wrecking tug Ed
ward Luckenbaoh also left yesterday
afternoon to help 'bring the Wontun
to port. They will race for the salvage
neck nod neck.
Tbe floating of tbe Wootten was due
to the pluck and perseverance of her
owner and skipper, - Captain Huston,
who refused to give up nope wbea the
wrecking company's . people declared
the ease hopeless. Captain Huston and
bli.crew, who have been cared for by
the life ssvers at Cspe Hatteras since
the schooner went ashore Tuesday,
boarded her after the Coley left and
hoisted all salL Yesterday morning at
high tide, with the aid of a favorable
wind, the Wootten was floated. On
account of the bouyant nature of tbe
cergti, pine lumber, the schooner can
not sink, ills said. Trie real oi noaung
the schooner is considered remarkable
by the marine experts here, who con-
iMer tbe Inner Diamond bhoais
where the schooner went ashore, a
recular crave yard for ships. The
schooner will be towed to Norfolk."
Joints Like Rusty Hinges
sre among the consequences ot rheums
tlsm. The sufferer can move knees and
elbows, but the effort makes him wince
He rejoices when a good rubbing with
Perry Davis' Painkiller drives the stiff
ness out snd brings tbe freedom ot mo
tion back. No wonder our grandfathers
believed heartily In this beneficent lini
ment. There Is but one Painkiller, Per
Dr. Bull's Pills tor Liver Ills.. .
One; pill s dose. Box50 pills, 10 rts
Cure Constipation, Liver Troubles, Bil
iousness, Impure Blood, Dyspepsia, Fe
male Complaints, Stomach and Vowel
Disorders. Dr. Bull's Pills never grip.
Small Pox on a Steamer.
Liverpool, Feb. 6 The Warren Line
steamer Kansas, which sailed from B.e-
ton for this port on January 21, arrived
todsy snd lsnded fourteen cases of small
pox equally divided between cattlemen
Hanna for the Cabinet
Washington, February 6 Politicians
sre discussing the repoi t that Senator
Hsnna will be hesd of the Department
of Commerce and Labor, should the
Nelson bill providing for such a depart
ment become law, which is probable.
The Treaty With Denmark
Washington, Febrnsiy 6-Tbe treaty
with Denmark for the purchase of the
West Indian Islands at five million
dollars, wss todsy ordered fsvorsbly
reported by tbe senate committee on
foreign affairs. -
The Last Beard Of It.
'My little boy took the croup one
night and soon grew so bsd yon could
hear him all over the house," says F. 0.
Reynolds. Mansfield, O. "We feared he
would die, but a few doses of One Min
ute Cough Cure quickly relieved him
snd he went to sleep. Thst's the lsst we
heard of the cronp, : Now Isn't a cough
cure like !that valuable f" One Minute
Cough Cure is sbaolutely safe ' and sets
Immediately. For coughs, colds, croup.
grip, bronchitis snd all other throat sad
lung troubles It Is a certain cure, very
pleasant to take. The little ones like it
F.B.Duffy. - ,
. . Kill Guards and Escape
Colon, Colombia, Feb. Ninety-four
Insunrent prisoners who were confined
in Fort Bocss Chica at Cartagena,' sur
prised snd overpowered their gnsrdi
Tuesday snd killed seventeen of them
The prisoners then escaped.
A Convincing' Answer.
"I hobbled Into Mr. Blsckmon's drug
store one evening," says Wesley Nelson,
of Hamilton, Gs., "and he asked me to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheu
mstlim with which I had suffered for i
long time. I told him I lied no f sith In
any medicine as they had all failed.: He
said: 'Well if Chamberlains Pain Balm
does not help you, yon need not psy for
It' 1 took a bottle home and used it
according to the directions snd in one
week I was cured, snd have not since
been troubled with rheumatism, gold
by F. 8. Duffy & Co. ;
' Another Explosion In New York.
' New York, Feb. 6 An explosion In
the Park Avenue sub-way tunnel, almost
the ssroe site of the recent dlssster, todsy
Injured a dozen persons, one fatally, and
shsttered the windows ot the Grsnd
Union Hotel. v,-' ';,,--s;V- v .-:;.:V.'-
Vfsterbury, Conn., Februsry 8 Two
men arrested here to day for looting
the debris of the lire were identified
u being In the vicinity before the con
I f1 n k fc . ,
AiiC IL J ill.: aoT, 'iTc,.itb
SaaUun tbsre Is ne remedy so so,ui )4saioas tlBM Lint at.
' - and a sure way.to treat a case of Sore.
Throat in order to kill diaeaso germs
and insure healthy throat action Is to
take half a glassfull of "water put into
it a teaspoonful of ' ' ' f - - - - ; : 1 '.
and with this gargl h throat at freqsmt Intervals.
ThJ bath, tbi oSS. of U thrct thortjhlT with ti Hnl- J .
ment and after doing this poor some on a soft cMtaaad. wrap
wound She neck. Ha foSTTIVB CURB. ...
IT MAY BE YOU WeMtt
tu Mustang Ulnment and yo can depend upoo a spaed curs. .
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOYVi CURABLE r
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are Incurable.
HEAD IIOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAH, OF BALTIMORE, 8AY8I '
BALTiMOaa, Md., March jo, wot.
Gtntltmtn .- Being entirely etl of deaf nm. thanks to yvmt treatment, I will now s" 7e) -
a full history of my cM, to be mrd at your discretion. .ni:
About five years ago my right ear begaa to tag, and this kept oa sitting wort, aatu I tots
my bearing in tnii ear entirely. . - .
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three month, without ay a, ronwl eda nam-
m ... . - . . i ; 1 1 mk &aT Ikl llar una la A train SnSS 1 nSaS
Der oi pnysiaana, among oinera, tnemoai mmrainniiim . 'V . ' " . ;
onlv an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head aoues would
then cense, but the heariutt in the affected ear would be loet forever. .' ' ; ,
I then aaw your aarertiaement, acaaemany in a new i.r pafm, in . i
ment. After I had used it onlvafew dnys according to your directiona, the noises ceased, an4
to-dav. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear has beta entirely restored. I thank yea
heartily and be, to remain , f ery truly J-, ? BroMlw.y, Md. '
Onr treatment d9eaiot interfere with y0w uua occupation.
"EBflX YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT-HOME mtm:
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CUMIC, H9G LA SALtf AVE, CHICAGO, ILI
A CHANCE D.
to Invest on the ground floor with owners, la a developed, free milling
gold mine that has produced, and bas expended on it - - '
Fifty Thousand Dollars
in development on the Wge and a complete five stamp mill, with all
other necessary machinery ready to ran. '
The Ozark is not a prospect, hut a asiae .that has produced. . We are
placing 100,000 shares of development stock at 26e psr share, capital
stock 1,000,000 shares (par value fl.ftO each), fully paid and non-assessable,
to further develop snd put the property on a paying basis,
; A. property lying near the Osark, with nowhere aa good a showing
and very little development, sold last week to a New fork syndicate
for 1800,000. The Ozark will pay dividends snd be worth par Inside of
six months. This is the best investment fer the money that- has ever
been offered to the Investing pubiie. . " ; .- . -
Do not lose this opportunity. It will never appear again. -t-v
For further particulars, prospectus, report ea mine, references, etc.,
, , - . AOiRESS
- Ozark Gold Mining & Milling Co,,
- ' fl05C0W, IDAHO. . . , v
j. a. joisnas,
ever offered for sale in New Bern. Car Load of encb j jt reOtiv 1.
; ... Also s complete lia of Baggica, Wasons, Eamc. 3, Kulci, '71.3,
Cart Wheels, &o. : ' " .. '
... ap Shrea
-an; easy; way - K,:,
A LIFE TIME
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Finest Stock of-
forward movement. The
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