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LIE WEEKLY JOURNAL
Published Id Two Sections, every foes
day an4 Friday, at M Middle Street, aew
Bern, n. u.
CHARLES U STEVENS,
droi axd raorunoB.
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B, UAntlta 60 M
Twelve Months, tl;W
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Entered at the Poetofflce, Nrw Hern
ft. C. as second-class matter.
tcetloa One. Tuesday, April It, 102
THE PRESIDENT'S VISIT.
The Chsrlestonians hare highly
honored the President of the Untied
State npon his official visit I" their
beautiful and unlqut ?Ity and In doing
ao ther have honored themselves It It
stated that the enthusiasm was nn'
bounded and that the old city ha never
seen such a gt.iherlng of people ai came
to greet the President.
There seems to be something aboU
the offlco of the Presidency that de
velops the 8 peach making qualities and
it would be strange If the elevation to
the most hpnorstlc publlo office In the
woridTia not bring out tbe good and
nob. 1 Qualities of a man. Tbe record of
the .olltlclans who have become Presl
den.s shows In the main that on great
I 1 U .... V V&.fi Kl a a flu
abo- 9 petty motlTes and traditions.
President Roosevelt, as usual, was
plain spoken in his address in the audi
torium and touched on the various Is
sues which he deemed of Interest to the
people and Specially on the questions
. Ill V VI T CU 1U VUUtk, VI lUtviMl w w..j
of Charleston as one of the gateways to
the West Indies. Be also touched on
the combines and the need of supervis
ion of tuelr power. .
The presentation of a sword to the
gallant South Carolinian, Major Jen
kins, on behalf of the State, was takea
advantage of by the President ,In these
words: i " , ' , " '
, "Major Jenkins, nothing could give mo
grts&ier pleasure mnu tv umiu jfuu( iuj
old friend and comrade, whose courage
I saw again and again, and whoso cour
age was of a temper that made it In
different what the trial was, to hand you
this saber. I am glad to do it, as a guest
of South Carolina, as the President of
the United States, bnt gladder to do it as
your old friend and comrade."
North Carolina was glad to present on
this occasion her gallant Governor. He
spoke just in advance of the President
and the dispatches described him as "a
most eloquent speaker," a statement to
which his fellow citizens will more than
THE TENANTRY SYSTEM. .
The Northern man traveling through
the South often asks why so many farms
show so little the appearance of care
o-d Improvement. It Is largely the re
mit of the system of tenantry generally
, availing throughout .that 'section.
Under the tenant system, many South
ern farms have deteriorated in produc
tive capacity and in general improve
ments, during the past years. The ordi
nary tenant of the Sowtb knows little of
rotation or deversification of crops, and
Is satisfied to tend the land he hires In
the same crop from year to year, usually
cotton with a liitle corn. He does not
often improve, and when Improvements
are given him, no care la taken of them,
so that under his regime, farms take on
a most uninviting appearance,
- To the Southern owner, however, the
tenant system has attractions, in that It
allows him the most perfect freedom
. from are and responsibility In tbe man-
rim. nt nf hla tirnnertv. Under the
tenai i system farm lands pay a -fairly
good rental, and with the recent po
grest jf the South, prices of lands are
Increasing. There Is, however, abundant
opportunity to augment their value by
bringing Into sight the natural capacity
. of the land, : V '.' .u " :
The tenant system of the Soutb'ls both
wasteful of time and labor, and' Is not
conducive to a general improvement of
farming conditions In tb at 'section.
Yet it is the opinion of the most com
prehensive students of the question that
tvsbo6t Interests of the South will be
found in the development of its agricul
tural resources. There are ties several
olj-vls to be attained, chief among
1 'i lira a competent, personal and In
tel" management by owners, tlirm
lolvci, general subrdiv' Juu of lare
luii ! 1 fatatcs snd the I.: ' J of ex-
j- f. 9 f." ( r e i'or.t to
' -si'-'"'' . J ( " '
of large aes, and proprietors the places
of tea as la. -
The pioaperoes and eoaleated srt
cultural eoansaaltlo ahlch show thrift
and enterprise In fares saaaageaMnt ar
almost without lerrtloa those loeell-
tlea where the farmers own the land
poa which they live and work. The
PEACE El SIGHT. .
Ualeasali slBS fall, salary are said
to La timet of dry . weather, the loag
struggle between. Brtlo aad finer Is at
an sad. The peace confereaoa now
helnf bald at K'-erkedorp la the Trans
vaal U tb drat f the kind. A flag of
truce hat admitted the chief Boer leas.
era within the British Usee and thrceeX
these nvsa are the famous flghteri De
Wet, Delarey aad Botha. For the first
time these brave leaden have laid aside
the sword In favor of arbitration,
It n reported that the British govern
ment has offered liberal terms to thsl
"embattled farmers and these aaea hays
won the right to a eoeslderatloa thai
perhaps their early actions did not enti
tle 11m m to. It Is to be hoped thai
peace that will rnrrBre VrJl le arranged,
that It win be honorable alike to than
victor and the vanquished, -i and that
there will he left ae- smoldering embetaJ
of hate In brlu fr- eftaater upon thr
nbappy land. f.''''l 7
When Ue Prestileafc uf the ttoulh Af4w
rlcin Repebiiit drlanit that the coming
war would "sUggor humanity, It served
t amass BMnypenfe,.: Tbe world hu
since learned thatr1 the preparations for
war had been gulag ow for three years
la th Transvaal 4ad that in proporUoa
to the population no people were to
thCTOOhly armed' ami provided with
such vast quaothtes oiivniniunlilon.
What was regarded mile agxjcntlnral.
oommunitT ' was armrd with jth latest
death dealing machinery that the nations
It can hardly be that tbe strongest
Mead of the Boers can hope or dolre
thsv. tbaee- people ahaaldhave complete
independenoe. k 8Uletlhagbt'.; would
show that tbe only way the Boer could
secure or keep this would be their com
plete Isolation from the world, that is to
revive the Chinese wall policy of exclu
sion. This tne world would never per
mit. On the other hand if these medi
aeval people, allow , outsiders to- come
Into their land, in the same old way, to
be taxed but not represented, it would
only mean another struggle1 at tome
future time." It wovld seem thea that
the only hop foe? liberty, not to the
Boer leaders aloav, but-to tbe people of
Africa, is In the Institutions of the
British empire. That these Institutions
are as conduclvo to freedom as poor
human failing permit, no educated per
son will deny. ... N. - '
Rhodes has gone to the andlsaevered
country where there will be no war.
Kruger Is soon to follow, it is said that
he no longer is aware of th trend' of
events. - These two men have npreaent
ed the opposite sides of the struggle aad
the vanity of humaa affairs la Illustrated
in the outcome of the struggle they In
augurated, when Other mea are settling
the matter and counting up the cost.
Deafness Cannot be Cored
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of .the ear.
There is only one way to cure, deaf nest,
and that is by constitutional" remedies.
Deafoess Is caused by an Inflamed
dltlon of the nucos lining of : the Eus
tachian Tube. When this -tube. Is la-
flamed you have a rumbling ; sound
imperrect nearing, ana wnev , it is ; en
tirely closed. Deafness it the remit, and
unless the Inflammation caa be taken out
and this tube restored to Itewonnal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine eases. oat of teanaaaeed by
Catarrh, which la othInstbut an- In
flamed 'condition of the mncos sur
faces. r:;- H'r. ?
W will glv One Hundred' D'.lar
for any ease of Deafness (censed h"
tarrh) that eawiot be cured bv 1. ... .
Catarrh Care., fiend for circulars,- fret
F. 3. CHEESY ft CO., Toledo, . ?
Bold by all Druggists.
Hall!a Pamily Fill are the best , , . .
A stare Dmnlln. ;
The moat envied of aU Russian deco
rations It tbe grand cross of tlir Order
Of St Ocorg". To posmw this It In oc
essaVy to bave-coiumsndej a vtrtm-kms
army In the fleid.
The Best E'.ccl PnriScr. ,
The blood is constantly being purified
by the lungs, liver and kidneys Rxep
these cTgaos In a t '.:.yeoB'." siMa'nd
thrbrrwels regular sud you will'have'ao
need of a blood purifier. For this , ur
pose there is nothing equal to Chamber
laln's Btomacli and Liver Tablets, one
do)S of them III Ca'yoir mike good
than a dollar bottle of the best bhmd
purifier. Prlc f" t Ba- free
at F. B. liuffv 'd C 'a. Cr x si, ...
Trs: "-' : j'
London,. At '! 11. in I "ht
mrmortal servl1 f r f .1 1 wan
held In St. Piosl's Ci-.?-5.iJ eo!iifi!,!,'ct
with the hour of iLe 1. ! .,1 of hli re
mains in the 1 t ; ; o r.;:w.
If troulkd 1
This preparation contains all of Ua
dlrettanu and dleestt all kinds U
food. It gives Instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows yoa to eat all
the food you want. Tbe most sensitive
stomachs can lake iu uy its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation of gat on tbe stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting aaneoeasary. Pleasant to take
But no yon cooa
fVparadoolvby K.O. TJiWmOa.Ohre
Bvtu euaiaiBS )t sums um see. ska
T. B. DTJ IT s CO.
Washington, April II. The postal re
ceipts rfor Wt-month compared with
atatatwollssl year ef tfty of the largest
postoffloes in the country show net In-
lerease ef 4n per eent.
v Neflect Weans Dancer.
1 'Douft neglect b41ksness and const! pe
tlon. .Tour health will suffer peraan-
wtry iryowdra : DeWHfs Utfle Early
Risers cure such eases. II. B. Smith,
Botasrnwt, Mich., says "DeWltt't Little
Javly-BIaersi are the snoot satisfactory
pills I ever took. Never gripe or cause
V. 8. Duffy.- - ; .' ,
1 Roosevelt on His Trip
- WaeUagtent April 11. To-friend
who called early st the WhlU House to
see the President today,. Roosevelt said,
"I think t was a pretty good American
hefoso i sssae theirty Sooth, hut I aaa a
better Amarii ra now than before I went
to Charleta " :
TOO KHOW WHAT TOO ARB TAKING
When yoa take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
It simply tioa and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 600.
: Santos- Dumont Here.
New York, April 11 Santos Dumont
the acronau', baa arrived here with all
ships to give exhlbltinna.' . He will go to
8u Louis. Santos Dumont saldt I e
pect to see many airships crossing the
Atlantic, It will not bo many years be
fore I wfil take a trip myself."
A Testimonial From Oil England.
'I consider Chamlierlalu't Cough Rem
edy the best In the world for bronchitis"
says Mr. , William Savory, of Warring
ton, England. "It has saved my wife's
life, tbe having been a martyr to bron
chitis for over six years, being most of
tbe time cob fined to her bed. She Is now
quite welL", Sold by F. 8. Duffy A Co.
Hawaii's Governor Arrives. -
Washington, D. C, April 10, Gover
nor Banford B. Dole, of Hawaii, arrived
this morning from Honolulu at tht sum
mons of President' Roosevelt It has
been said that Governor Dole will not be
removed, but upon this point he said
that he did not know whether a change
would or would not be made. '
; The Great Dismal Swamp
Of Virginia is a breeding ground 0.
Malaria germs. Bp Is low, wet or marshy
ground everywhere. These germs cause
weakness, chtlls fever, aches la the bones
and muasale-, and may induce dangerous
maladies. But Elaetrio Bitters never fail
to destroy them and cure malarial trou
bles' They-will surely prevent typhoid.
rW triad; Bjaay remedies fori Malaria
sadStomauh aad. LI rertfonblea," writes
Joha Charleston, of Byesvlllsv O., "but
aeiei found -aaythlng at good as Electric
Bitters." Try them' Oaly 50& 0. D.
Bradhaa gnaraatee satlafaotlon.
NewGpent House at Dnrbam.,;
tf : Durham, N. 0.; April It. Th eon-
tract' for plant of the new city market
and opera ' house has been given to
Hook ft Sawyer of Charlotte. The build
rag will " cost about fifty thousand dol
lars. t. ? Wants To . Help Others.
"I had stomsch troubles all my life,"
sT i-aw- Metier, proprietor of the
v..ion DottUng Works,. Erie, Pa, "and
tylc4 a'.l kinds of remedlesv went to se
v J t! oo tors snd. spent considerable
i "r trj'.ng to get a momanlV peace
L.u. 1 taad oIKodol D spepala Cure
and have been taking it to my great
satisfaction;; I aevsr-found Its equal
for stomach trouhle su.l gladly recom
mend It In hope that I may help other
sufferers." Kdol Dysprptia Cure cures
all slumach troul.i. .. Ton don't have
ro' dlec Kodol DyiSpcpnU Cure dlgeaU
thai yni ' Ki Duffy.
; Contractors Lost $3,080,089..
Waahlrgt -n, D., C-, April U.-The
bull'lmt; of 20 torpedo boats for the
Untied Siatea Government cost tht con
tract rs somethlntnver $. 003,000 more
than the price they received from the
C.-t a Lrca.ul CclJ. -
'Marlon Koohe, mnnacr for T. 11.
1 , mpaiin, liirgc In. , uiut of fine mll
1'iuury at ; 10'.3 Milwaukee Avenue,
Clilcng ), ay: "Ourluu I lie late severe
wtathur 1 cangUt a dreadrul coi j wlth
i ' l me aalw t alphi ami 'mn 'a me
Bii.1t to attend my work during the day.
Cv-9 cf r-j p.'!;nors was n.!r; Cl?". :r
! ' i't Id-nii'dy fr aevere eeli
, V ';,irh C
) lilHl 1 !..!
;'i'J like in-u
! ! i r
CoEpcUtloa of Four Cities For a
Rasonlc Temple. ."
DtaagtU-Peach Crap. BsTtlatlti
ary DaachUrs. Chflstlsa
CharehssU Decide ea Or- ;
Rauaanv April II. A charter was
granted thia morning by tbe State to tht
Weldon Lumber Company. The capi
tal stock is 100,000 and the Incorpora
tors are J. L. Shepherd", Petersburg; G
L. Vincent; Janet tea,--Va.?1 C. A. Ehep
herd of Richmond and Seldon Good i, of
Weldoa , ' .
The special commltta appointed by
the North Carolina Grand Lodge of
Uasoas to develop a scheme for the erec
tlon of a temple have decided that
Grand Has tat Clarki and Grand Secre
tary Drewry shall prepare a circular
letter tailing forth-, the general plans of
the temple 'desired 'and financial plan
for its erection and famish copies to
each at the four 01110 competing for
location. Thlt will be done at once and
a report with recommendations' mads at
e-speeiai- ssssiotHo the Lodge Jun 97
at Oxford. The towna lathe race are
Raleigh, Darkaot,G seemsboro and Char
lotte. Grand Vaster Clark ssys the odds
are -decidedly in favor of Raleigh pro
vided the improve hotel facilities am;
carries out her proposition as to th(
pure baa .of. severatV anortgag bonds.
The coamlttee srev-here last night but
received ao proposition owing to a ooa
teatioa. madaby Durham's delegation
that her cltlsens had not been givei
sufficient - desalts-- information at t
plans to prepare a proposition foe locat
ing the temple there. " ;
Reports com from the extreme wsat
era part of the State that tht peach cro
Is damaged 60 per cent or more by tin
recent severe aold snap. ,
A ball game between the Trinity col
lege aad College of Agriculture and He
chanlcal arts yesterday resulted in a
victory for Trinity by a score of 21"
to 7. : '.'' ';'"' . v:
The North Carolina society Daughters
of the Revolution at a meeting held bert
has appointed Mrs J. James Sterling
Jones, of Greensboro; Mrs. -Hugh Lovlek
of Scranton: Mrs. O. W. BlacknalL of
Klttrell and Mrs. Ivaa Proctor of Ral
eigh, delegates to ' the General Boclet-
which meets at Denver, Col, April S8tL
and SOth, ;;, ,' ".. . '
'. The general convention of the Chris
tian churches of North Carolina and
Virginia to be held May Snd at Aaheboro
will receive propositions from. North
Carolina towns for the location of an
orphanage. . The convention already
hu several thousand dollars toward the
establishment of an Orphanage. Corres
pondence with Rev. W. 8. Long, D. D.
of Elon college Is solicited from towns
Interested. - 1 ' '
The Farmer's Mutual Fire Insursnes
Company, of Mecklenburg county and
the Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance com
pany of Davlpson county were chartered
by the State yesterday. Both have tht
minimum limit of $15,000 ia Insurance
policies. Subscribed by farmers In their
respective counties. -,
"I NTtrJKaw Pets Killer to rail
before, what can tht matter bet Where
la the bottle? There, I thought to; It It
not Perry Davit Painkiller at all, but
something the druggist matt have made
himself and I did not notice ft; I hive
used Painkiller for yean for diarrhoea,
oramps and stomsch achat and It never
failed.'' i-W 'mr' .'iki-t
PITH AND POINT.
After a woman bat a baby tbe won
ders wbnt In the world she ever found
to worry about before It came.
, A dangerous sorf of man It the kind
wno stands a. great deal and then ex
plodes for all of Ma Insults at once.
Did you ever notice that when a man
cornea from a phorographerafter hav
log hit picture taken be wears a sheep-
lab expression on his facet . .''
Dou't get married unless yon can,af-
lora to give your wire at least fio a
month and a little attention. She can
get that clerking ht any of the dry
goodt ttores.-Atchlton Globe. "
The.Bert RcreJy For Rtcninatlsm.
'.i ft beliejt noatrAnr.."'
AR wht, 1 CLtmberl ain't Pain Balm
foT rheuc a art del!rhted with: the
quick, ulj i icom pain which ' it affords.
When tpetklng of this Mr. D. N. Sinks,
of Troy, Ohio, taysf "Some time ago" I
had a severe attack of rheumatism to my
arm and shoulder. I tried numeroce
remedies but got no relief until I was
recommended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons
A Co., druggists of this place, to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They recom
mended it to highly that I bought a bot
tle. I was soon relieved of all ps!a. I
have since recommended this Jlnlment
to msny of my friends, who sgree with
me that It is the best remedy for muscu
lar' rheumatism in the market." For
sale by F. 8. Duffy & Co. - . -
vKiss S.n I..1 Lecture. - ;
IT"w York, April 11. Hiss Stone ar
rived hereon the, ETiburg-Amerlcan
ct T ..utscltiiti 1 io' f and wl'.lgod!
roc. j to Lcuon to take a rest. Llie will
then start on an extfrsivelccture lour
undar the n.-u-- .....t of I Toud,
Elarte J a 1
II 8 l
.. a u.ar oa
i i r f
faci mjxw tints
JiOBdon coturamea eleven tons of a<
EcasUnoow-v potacswiB a schoo of
Germany at the end of 1902 will have
a standing armjof 49600 men.
Five preaidaata of the United State
have been of Bcotch-Irlah descent. v
France win tpend $50,000 on repair
at tbe palace of VersaiUaa during thia
. Thomas A. Edlaoo hat taken out
nearly 800 patenta on hla various In
A' motor car race la which tbe cars
are to run backward la being organised
tor Belgium. ,
' Two hundred ' and fifty Trapplat
monks are now working at twenty-five
stations in South Africa. -
Tacoma, Wash la 809 miles from
New York by the shortest route, and it
takes 127 hours to get there.
The population of Germany Increased
by 7.8 per cent In the years 1895 to
1900, the highest rate on record In that
country. ' "
Phenomenally mild winter -is being
experienced In Russia, At Kiev the
trees ar budding; the rives Dnieper It
clear of Ice, while at Warsaw vloleta
are fiowering. -j -
Only five tailing ships of over-100
tons were built In tbe United Kingdom
last year. All the vessels were coav
atrncted on the Clyde aad were regis
tered in London. ( . :
An Austrian sdentlat hat discovered
that a cold In the bead la doe to the
presence in the membrane of a special
bacillus, which be has called the Mica
Ia Alabama, Nebraska and Washing
ton the present governors were elected
at lieutenant governors and art filling
vacancies caused by tbe death or resig
nation of the governors. ' .'-.
In view of the arduous' duties demanded-
of 'naval officer In the ener
vating Philippine climate two years on
the station will hereafter be considered
as a three, years cruise and entitle the
officer to ahoro duty. -
An aerolite fell near Chatlllena, the
other day. The atone was triangular
In shape, of a dark gray color and
about eleven ounces In weight This is
only the second meteoric stone that la
known to have fallen in Switzerland. -'
Bodolfus Bingham of McrchantvlUe,
N. J., supports life at tbe age of seventy-five
on food that costs 7 cents a
day. He reports that he Is healths,
happy and spry and has helped
bury acquaintances who rldlculedhla
diet - . V: X"-
; Chicago hat lost a street It was
worth about $1,000,000, an' the city
would like to find It again. Gradual
encroachments were made on-the street
until It was completely covered, and
the city will Institute eviction proceed
lnga. - . . .
' Dr. David Paulson, a Chicago nerve
spedattsr, declares that much drunken
ness, especially In young men, Is caus
ed by highly spiced food and the use
by cooks of pepper, mustard and simi
lar relishes. To this also the doctor at
tributes the cigarette habit
Two hundred old people whose, age
altogether amounted to 16414 yean
have received half a sovereign apiece
from the magistrates' poor box at
Brighton, England. Charles Green, one
of the recipients, is 107 years old and
BtlHretalna all his. faculties.
. Women are. more and more patron
ising life Insurance, and many of the
companies maintain a woman's depart,
ment presided over by a female super
intendent The statistics Indicate that
business .women and women of great
wealth are the principal patrons. . :
' The new library to he built In Grand
Rapids, Mich, as a gift to hi native
city from Martin A. Ryerson of Chica
go, besides having a shelf capacity of
200100 volumes; .will contain two huge
assembly halls - and several study
rooms. It Will cost about 120,000. .
Concessions have Just been granted
to construct and run twenty -seven new
branch lines of the Swedish rsllwavs.
The new, lines will cover In all a dis
tance of 250 miles, and It means that
Sweden will again haver Occasion to
purchase a large quantity of raUtng
Stock. i.-5. i,-.-. ; -.v-!-
All employment of natives In the
PnfllDDtnes is on the- nadrone avatem.
NO American can walk out and hire a
onsen Filipinos to go to work for him.
Be must Instead arrance with a "boa"
snd on a commission for so touch ta
bor. This Is the Philippine snbstttat
fur trade unionism. . y .
An-old convict ship from Australia tg
on eVhlbltlon at the Waterloo Dies.
London. It Is the Success, owned by a
Melbourne firm and kent solelv for ex
hibition purposes, and ft remains pra
Ucally with the same fittings it bad
when It was used for transporting con
victs from England to Botany Bay. -
The sewage system of the- city of
New Orleans, which la belna- nlaced on
the basis of $20,000,000 cost, wfll re
move the serious objection to resldencS
there and place her among the more
healthful BeflDorts. Tha snram catth-
ered by tbe pipes will be pumped op
into tne nver, tne levei or whose wa
ters la above that of the city. : w
'A correspondent save that as the r.
suit cf experiments be has made under
earcral tuning he finds that tbe grey
hound is the fastest of all fonr timtrrt
anlmattv When going at full gallop, it
can cover twenty yards a second,. or
about a mile in a minute and twent
eight ( ctnda, a speed that comes very
near t. ;.t or a carrier Diseon. .
Pliur to consolidation the net fnnded
debt cf t'e city of New York (anlai.
tan r 1 the Bronx) was $lC3,CC3,CC0i
hf i: . 'yn 173)00,000, of EScI-ijiotj
conn' 7 i :. CC" and Oneena t i
a tviul of $24,000,000. The fvw
ent aunt or t:.s greater city is Z
IZ .an lactase of ?Tr,c..:,:c3 ia t.jt
years. Purls owes $lD0,CC3,Cca. '
, i Bow Cows -' ' ' -'" ;
A cattle ma f.-.Js that all coTii lie
Z wn on' t'aclr left side and never ca
their right unless the left Is Injured.
caviare which was sold Inst yenr H
CM'-ago v 1 V X " !t was reaKy tai
ca from t:..e 'nl river eutnh
" a 1 t J f ;a f.'"- c;i.
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Ccstrai ILLSptoa, Deal
;CotcarA,B. C, April 1L Geaeral
Wa4k EasapUt v ed at hla hssst hsrt
today Bt hat beta tritically Ulfor
torn days aad taert was a general
break dowa ta his eonstitaUoa. .
Tht flags throughout tht slate art at
half-mast In honor of the dead soldier
aad statesman. 'Ha celebrated his 81th
bifthdey Use week. V '
Geaeral Baasptoa was wounded three
tisses la the QvU War, at Bull Rua,
BeveaPwet aad Gettyeburg. Hewu
elected Governor la 1378, mi United
dUtet Senator In 1878 to which office ho
was twice ra-eleated, retiring ta 1891.
i peace Terms Accepted.
" London,- April 11. The Ttnanceer and
BaOlonlst nnbliahea a dlsDatoh from
Pretoria this morn rag declaring that
the Boer leaden have accepted the Brit
lab terms: that neace has been arransed.
tad that the term nsv been cabled to
the Boer agents ta Europe.
Now Coming; Borne,
Special to Journal - .;.,'
; Cniaxuroir, April 1L North Caro
linians are now leaving thia city and re
turning to their homes. The great
crowd from tht North State made the
week the greatest tuooett of the Expos!
tlon. -." p
It was tht perfect weather all the week
that made the Exposition appear, at its
ber The North Carolina crowds were
tht best spending people who have been
- Many New Bern tans art to be met on
the strerts and at the Exposition. Mr.
James A. Bryan gave a complimentary
yacht tail today to a party of sixty gen
Uemta, including Governor Aycock and
Sarei Many t Time.
Don't neglect coughs and cold tven
If It It spring, jtach cases often result
seriously at this season Just because peo
pie are careless. A dost of Ont Minute
Cough Cure will remove aU danger.
Absolutely safe. Acta at once. Sure
cure for cough, colds, croup, grip, bron
chitb , and other' throat and long trou
bles. "I have used One Minute Cough
Cure several years, says Postmaster C.
O. Dawson, Barr, III. fit Is the very
best tough medicine on the market. It
baa raved me many a severe spell of
slckneis and I warmly' recommend if
Thtebliaren't favorite. F. S. Duffy.
1 'tSSSBSSSBSBBSSWIISli "
A Boon For Cuba.' .
New ,Tork, April 11. At a. special
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce a
resolution wss adopted calling upon
Congress te give Cuba a 69 per ceat. re
duction la Uriff duties. The vote wss
unanimous. ' '
Shot In.Hls Left Lef.
For all kind of sores, burns, bruises,
or othr wounds De Witt's Witch Hasel
Salve Is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield
to It at .once. Never fails in cases of
piles. Cooling and healing. None gen
lime but Dt Witt's, Beware of counter
feits. "I suffered for many years from
a sore caused by a gun shot wound In
my left leg," tayt A. & Fuller, English,
ma. -it would not hesitnd gave me
much trouble. I used all kinds of rem
edies to ao purpose until I tried De
Witt's Witch Hszel Salve. A few boxes
completely cured me." F. 8. Duffy.
. ' Raaala HeHeai-a. , ;.
In Russia a contract between an etr
ployer and hia workman must definite.
Iy contain the prevision that all Sun
days and seventeen "great holldayt" or
days substituted for them art to be
free from work. ' ,,
The UTS ef Dm
avertzc Hfe of a do Is about ten
yearn - Many Uve fifteen, and there are
well authenOeatcd cases of from twen
ty, to twenty-three years.
i-v: - .
f OtvM- sjatMela.
; Divers are able to converse' under
water by placing their helmets, which
are invariably made of copper, together
cud shoutuig toons another. The sound,
they say, ia swiftly snd distinctly con
!re'e(1, ' J " '" '" " " . V " ' "
71el0s a Sharp Ax. ,
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cat oft by Dr, King's New Life
Pills the most distressing too. Stomach
Liver and Bowel troubles Drsnensla
Lots of Appetite, Jaundice, Biliousness,
.Fever, Malaria, all fan before these
wonder workers. 25c at 0 D Bradham's
drugstore. - - .
jT ' ' wtaw ATalaaehM. ' '
- 'AvalaAChes are an mmmnn in lw1t
aerland that devices are made to con
trol them. She 8 wise form earthworks
Or tntrenchments which are pointed in
such a fashion that avalanches coming
tn contact with them are split and sei
Clvtn aside, . , - ,
1 aTauraae ieldlese -'' -Of
tht soldiers tn tht civil twar 48 ner
esat were farmers v
.. -1 ii i V-A
''Two veara ao-n. aa a rfnlt nf a ae-
Vera cold, 1 lost my vo'. - writes Dr. M
L, Ciid orou-'i, of tv" on, Cl.!o, "tLcn
lr.-a aa olUnsfsoor-b. rn r
Inn a to t.a ss a prae: !ng i"-f--rtJr---Sf.
" I. snd I "'
- r t .-.It try I . J
- v 1 vov fur (
V AHEYOU WISE iWWJfra
and a sure way to treat a case of Sore
: Throat in. order to kill disease erms v
i and insure healthy throat action ii to
take half a glassful! of water put into ;
: it a teaspoonf ul.of
and with thls garal the throat at fraqunt intervals.
Than bathe tit outatfe of tha throat thoroughly with the Hnt ,
sneot and aftar doing this pour soma on a soft cloth and wrap-
. around lbs no. It is a POBTTIVE CURB. v
S3C, 80ci and t)1.00 a bottle. :
.. ... :'. ..-" f. '..; "V ." 1 :" ' '
tT MaV DC Vftll have long been trouUo.1 with a run' n
IT MAT Dt lUU oreorulcor.- Trwt It at one with M J
eu Huslang Lillnsaent aad you an dvpeud uiuu a lyuaiiy wuv
AT 1 HAHN & SON'S
40 head of Horses and Mules adapted tor
the farm,xdraught and road work, thoroughly
seasoned and ready for work.
Foil line of Buggies, Ilarnesr, Wai o if, Carts, Etc.
Fee us 1h fore lining nd SAVE MONEY.
xx. iiAiinr rvow.
- . SB , .
Of ALL Tobacco Fertilizers.
Sj lally prepaied or tbe lands -of EasUru Cailina. ' Insnres a
gwu cure. iu.et ni.iiiprio buu.uiib yuui uir. v .. ; -
By its merit alone one farmer ia Jones Count j will use ft tx maie-
ly on his sixty acres of tobacco. v " . - -
- As our goods me manufactured m ar you and not re ehipj ed, v,e
claim Freshness and Good Mechanical Condition. '
" BieS Grade CaUaue; Potato, Allcrrpracii Cotton Cnai . "
Our Motto! "Not flow Cheap, But How Good." - .
- t&-i jou use Fe rtiUzerg Call and See us " ' ' "
JR. JI. & J. A. DO VIM CO.,
Hifpk tirade Fertilisers, -
Factory Wease Blver. r NEW BERN, N. C. .
: Le Ge D AKHStSo'
v . DEALER INT-
FEED AND EXCHANGE STABLES.
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