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TDK WEEKLY JOURNAL
ISitdlkltad ia Two BeetoOBS. iwi Tots
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Seetlea Two, Friday May 2..l0
ORE NECESSARY CROP, s
It there is any "one crop taataeemi
mora neoeasary to be raited., than, an
other, In this section, corn could be
named aa that one.
The various demand which armade
upon corn, cause It to be a profitable
Crop to raise, both (or consumption by.
the farmer who cultivate It, and as a
marketable crop, for money.
It may appear strange, yet, there are
many farmers who fall tojalae enough
corn each year for their own farm and
The result Is that the amount needed
must be bought by the. farmer In the
open market, and usually at the highest
price of the season.
In the local market In this city, corn
Is now selling at 85 cents per bushel,
and this with several months to pass
before a new crop of corn can be raised
to supply the needs.
Local dealers say that corn Is likely to
sell at one dollar per bushel before the
next crop arrives.
The serious part of this matter la to j
find many farmers having to pay this
advanced price for corn, when they
should have the corn on the farm for
their own needs.
Cotton and tobacco are good crops for
the farmer of this section to raise, but to
raise these crops at the sacrifice of a corn
crop, or a hog supply, means a loss to
the farmer who gives these money crops
the preference over his own home sup
plies, the chief of these supplies being
Corn is not only a most imperatively
needed crop upon every farm, but It is a
crop from which money can be quickly
realized at any time.
At this season, every farmer should
give earnest heed to putting in a good
ANY CITY MAY BE PROSPEROUS
Local prosperity rests practically with
the people of the town or city.
The town, whose people are waiting
for outsiders to come along and give its
trade an impetus wlth.thelr, money. Is
going to have grass in it streets, and to
rent sign on the majority of Its stores
and, buildings. '
This waiting npoa outsiders, is as fa
tal in it demoralizing. AfocU upon a
, town. Mis. the , walking, of man, for
, some one to pome .ajon&and, TJMH
good Job. 13
Both get left and yet it seam in
. many case that , fatalUyhangover
them, keeping them perpetually under
; . the delusion, that the - impo-iblo will
,.gtak place, la the ging noraing to.
? 1 each, without the Individual effort being
rinade. -:, - -.X-,''
. Prosperity ilk happiness comes
from within, and ha It strength from
within and ; not from, anyutslde
, ware. . f '' " i : '
The people of a town have only tbenv
$ t Mire to blame, tor doll times, except in
I TUn nlaeamn h in nfifnrtnnttnl In.
eaWxJ as to, be Incapable development
jnitdeorlnMw indnBtries, if the
people niake the rlgh effort. $ '
t TJmp may be doll, trade prove iadlf-
ijteruk.wjh the merehntand,(no d4
enpments take places-there some
, )oc4ttpuble for It all, and Vho" remedy
i" f ona wnch wflV be $ajd to
rdlpovevlf Intelligently I'Jig'.for;
- In Its contest jlnsj the Beet Trnjt,
., It is coaceded Jhaj U"l fx" 'T'-Mn tear
porary injunction to be secured against
the firnt ej back for the Beef Trust, ' :"'
The ' importance ' In gaining tills in
junction I quite evident when it i seen
that It means restraining the Trust from
the following acts, ; t
"Conspiracy to do an Of lawful ct In
"Any agreeaaent between the packer
which has the affect of eoatroIlln the
price of provision of all kinds.
Aav arraafemeat to fix the onantltv
bf stock to be shipped to different point
of us country, am attempt to con
trol the price and supply of cattle on
"Alleged cornet of the cold storage
waranou ana uwu coateau."
naturally the Beef Trust people pro
fen to feel aecur In their position, bat
the fact that they have the Government
again! them, Instead of a few men, who
sight b defeated by the oj of money,
I causing them some annoyance and an
Farther evidence that a Trust exists,
is aeen in the fact that the same peo
ple, who an interested in the Beef frost
have been buying up, in Chicago, all the
cold storage insurance they could, and
this when It 1 known they had nothing
to pat Into storage.
The effect of this monopoly of the
oold storage Insurance is easily to be
seen, for It means the exclusion of every
outsider from putting away boof that is
killed, to meet future demands.
Proceedings in court against the Beef
Trust art expected to begin next week.
t Jnmany place throughout the coun
try, audit lion the Increase, the eltlzens
ars fprnilng local .organizations, and re
fusing, to buy beet while the Trust ex
Sxaxk of Ohio, City of Toibdo, I
Fjuhk J. Cheney makes oath that he
ia. senior partner of the firm of F. J
Ch&Niy ds Co., doing . business In the
City of Toledo. County and State afore
said, an(tht said firm, will pay each and
everv case of Cataero that cannot be
cured, by the. use of Hall's Catarrh
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me, and subscribed In
my presence, this 6lh day of December,
A. W. OLEA80N,
seal " Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tsken Inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surface of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the best
Patience 1 understand she lives in a
very slow town.
"Ye; the pingpong germ hasn't dis
covered it yet.h Yookers Statesman.
A Haadtome TrUinte.
"Bltzer is a great devotee of this new
parlor tennis game. Isn't be?"
I should say be was."
'Why, be has mimed bis twin Ping
nnd Pong."-develand Plain Dealer.
Old Gentleman Are you sure you
love my.dnughtcr, slrT
Toung Man-Well, If I don't, sir, she
Is the worst fooled girl in this town!
Don't Start Wrong;.
Don't start the lummer with a linger
ing cough or cold. We'all know what a
'.'summer cold" I. It's tb hardest kind
to. care. Often if 'Jhangs on" through the
entire season. Take it in hand right now
A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure
will Mtou right Sure care for cough,
colds, croup, grip, bronchitis, all throat,
and lung trouble. Absolutely safe. Act
,t once. Children like It "One Minute
Cough, Cure Is the best cough medicine I
ever used," say J. H. Bowie, Groveton,
N. EL "I never found anything else that
acted so safely and quickly." F 8 Duffy.
Houston, Tex., April 38 The small
town of Glenrose, the county , seat of
Bommexrllle county, was , nearly , swept
way by a tornado, yesterday. Biz pet
ions1 are known to be dead and between
40 and 60 other injured.
; 4 cjaownlr Man.
"Five year ago a disease the doctor
called dyspepsia took such hold of . me
that jcouk scarcely gov", write Geo. a
Marsh, well-known attorney of Nocona,
Tex. "I took quantities of pepsin and
medicines bat nothing helped me. A a
drowsing man grab at a straw I grab
bed at Kodot, I felt an Improvement
once and after a few bottle v am sound
and well." Kodol is the only preparation
which exactly reproduces the natural
digestive Juice and consequently Is the
only one which digest any good food
and can any form of stomach trouble.
F. 8. Duffy. ,;v .. -
v Possible Berth &t"jas. l
Waihlngton, April 29 There I a po
stblllty that Commissioner of Pensions
Evan will be offered; the position of
Consul General at Jxmdon, to succeed
Wflliaia McKtnley Osborne, whose death
was announced this morning.
"It Is with a good deal of pleasure and
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain' Colic,' Cholera and Diarrhoea
Boroedy,? ay Druggist K W. Sawtelle,
of Hartford, Conn. "A ' lady' customer,
seeing the remedy exposed for sale on
i y i'uo w case, . said to, me: "1 1 ;'!y bf-
iieva. thJb..inedlcJn saved my Je the
pact summer while at the shore,' and she
bcarBei foenthnalastlc;; jover- its merit
thatiatonce made, op my mind .to
recommtmd it in the future. Recently
a gontleanu.camn Into my store so over
c-,e ,T'' ,r""p Jalns.that he sank at
ouce to tl.s floor, t gave htm a doe of
Xl '.i i . .' v.li!ch helped Llm. I repeat-
eitLe dose and la fifteen minnteahe
Digests whit yon eat.
This preparation contain all of tht
aieesunts and digests all kloda at
food. llglvealnsUntreUctaud never
rails to euro. J t allow you to eat all
the food you want. The moet sensitive
Btomacrjs can lake u nyixs use many
thousands of dyspeptics bare been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation or gas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Pletlpgunnecessary. Pleasant to tako.
. but do you good
rrsparaaonlfbr K. V. lRWmoa,Ohlraat
1 8. DU FY & CO.
Ia the multiplicity, novelty and atroo
lty of Its crimes the wild and woolly
cast Is surpassing itself. Anaconda
The esteemed Owcressional Hecord
I getting prosy again. Why doeantit
hang up a pane for another fightt
It pingpong la to live Over summer,
somebody should get an early start on
a scheme to bring It ont on the lawn.
Canada la still claiming the owner
ship of the norm pole jrttb, a reckless
disregard of the fact that the United
States la bounded on the north by the
aurora borealla. Boston Herald.
"Jesse slammed a speedy boo to the
tall timbers for a trio of cushions, and
Rhody sent him over the last quarter
with a daisy cutter through second."
Sound familiar St Loula Star.
The revelation In a Chicago divorce
suit of a wife hiring a substitute and
palming her off on her blind husband
for a week Is the most extraordinary
thing that has been heard of In this
country for a long time. The serious
question 1 whether It svill tend to
make married men take better care of
their eyesight Indianapolis Sentinel.
Wants Others to Know.
"I have used DeWitt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
and they are all right I am glad to In
dorse them for I think when we find a
good thing we ought to let others know
It." writes Alfred Hetnze, Qulncy. 111.
They never gripe or distress. Snre, safe
pills. F. S. Duffy.
Negro Tests Constitution.
Montgomery, Ala., April 29 -The first
step was taken yesterday by the negr es
of Alabama toward testing the new c in
stitution of the State, when Nelson Plbb
an aged negro, made affidavit that he
had been denied the right to register,
although alleging that he complied with
all of the qualifications required by the
Dang:erons If Neglected.
Burns, cuts and other wounds often fail
to heal properly If neglected and become
troublesome sores. De Will's Witch hazel
Salve prevents such consequences. Even
where delay has aggravated the injury
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve effects a
cure. "1 had a running sore; on my leg
thirty years," says H. C. Hartly, Yankee
town, Ind. "After using many remedies,
I tried DeWItt' Witch Hazel Salve. A
few boxes healed the sore." Cures all
skin diseases. Piles yield to it . at once.
Beware of counterfeits. F. 8. Daffy,
Philadelphia, April 29 The submarine
boat Fulton put Into the Delaware break
water this morning. An explosion oc
curred on the Fulton a short time after
she reached the breakwater. Four oj the
crew were injured, one of them perhaps
fatally. The explosion is supposep to
have been caused by gasoline. X
t. The difference between venom, and a
virus ia yery marked. Both .are, pot
ons and, both of organic origln,rbut.a
Tenotn is produced, in secretingorjrajaa.
CommoDly called poison glands, and la
Introduced Into the system by means
especially adapted for the purpose,
such as stings or fangs.. On the .other
band, a viru la the result of disease or
putrefaction and generally possesses
the property of exciting in the system
Into .which it 1 Introduced the disease
Which produced the virus. A virus
commonly produces little It any local
disturbance. A venom generally causes
great pain, often severe Inflammation
and swelling. Venom ha a marked lo
cal effect viru causes a general dis
turbance of the system. . ' , . i "
Mis Florence Newman, who ha been
great ufferer.lrom muscular rhenma-
tism, aav Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
the only remedy that affords her relief,
Ml JJewman Is a much respected resl;
dent of the village of Gray, N. T., and
makes this statement for the 'benefit of
other similarly afflicted, This liniment
is formula by F. 8.,Dnffy as Co. y-
; j flfntlnj.la Colombia, -
Washington. AprU 26. The Depart
ment of State has been in formed by cable
from Bogota that fierce fighting Is going
oa near Guatavlta, forty-five mile from
Bogota, and it is reported that 13,000
men are engaged. ..: .v --'i,;iiikt
Rereals a Great Secret
It I often asked; how tech startling
cures, that puzzle the nest physicians,
are effected by Dr. King' New Discov
ery for Consumption- .Here's the secret
It outs out the phlegm and. germ-Infected
mucus, and lets the life-giving oxy
gen enrich and vitalize the blood. It
heal! Jhe 'it;,!smed, cough-worn throat
and. lungs. Hard colds and stubborn"
coughs soon jL'.i to Dr. King' New
Dif-overy, t'iS mnnt In f illlble remedy
Ball Team Hot Fast .Eaotifa to
Kepert ef Server ef State Beaadary
Liae. Acqaltted ef Lyaehla;.
Iaeeaelary at Thesiaa
IUlkioh, April M. The Secretarjr el
State today received from W. D. Prudes
otXdenton the original report oathe
survey of the boundary line between this
State and Virginia which vu made by
H. T. Greenleaf, surveyor, la 1888. Pro
den vu the commissioner oa the part
of this State.
JosephE. Toms, who la 1883-4 was
the executive clerk to Gov. Jarvls, I ap
pointed secretary of the National whole
sale Druggists' Association, with head
quarters at Toledo, Ohio.
Rain fell last Bight and Is of grea
value to all crops.
Arrivals, a F. Long, Btatesvtlle; J. A.
Lockhart, Wadesboro; W. J. . Jackson,
Plymouth; J. C. Braswell, WhlUkers.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
here will on May 10, Memorial day, pre
sent 23 "crosses of honor" to veter
Person here from Moore county say
the trial of Mcintosh and Jones for
lynching a negro three yea: ago result
ed in acquittal. One suspected lyncher
has fled the State. The Judcp Issued a
bench warrant for a man named Barret,
for perjury In this case.
The playing of Raleigh's new base ball
league team Is hardly strong enough a
yet to suit some of the cranks. It is not
up to the mark of last year's team.whlch
was a very fast one Indeed.
Congressman John H. Small has sent
to the secretary of State charts of all the
coasts, sounds, etc., in this State. These
will prove of much usefulness. The
State has charts of all the "oyster
Today the case of the Raleigh hosiery
company against the Seaboard Air Line
for $25,000 damages, for the alleged
burning of Its old factory by sparks
from passing locomotives, was given to
the jury after 5 days of evidence and
The State agricultural department has
been seni a quantity of silk worm eggs
from Italy. These are no hatching.
An earnest effort la being made to pro
mote silk-culture In this State.
The insurance commission say that
since January 1 there have been 18 fires
at Thomasvllle, which only 4 were ac
cidental. He says there is no doubt that
the Incendiary and the instigator of the
Incendiarism has been round i
Beware of a Cough.
A cough is not a disease but a symp
tom. Consumption and bronchitis,
which are the most dangerous and fatal
diseases, have for their first Indication a
persistent cough, and if properly treated
u soon m the cough appears are easily
cured. Chambei lain' .Cough Remedy
ha proven wonderfully successful, and
gained its wide reputation and extensive
sale by its success In curing the disease
which cause coughing. It it Is not bene
ficlal it will not cost you a cent For
sale by F. S. Duffy ft Co.
What Thin Folks Need
Is greater power of dlgeatinc and
assimilating food. For them Dr. King's
NewLlfe Pills work wonder. . .They
tone and regulate tne digestive organ,
gently expel all poisons from,, the sys
tem, enrich the'blood, improve appetite,
make healthy flesh. Only 25c at C. D.
A Kansas Tornado. .
Topeka, April 39--A tornado accom
panied by heavy rain - and . hall, pasted
three miles south of here last night, de
stroying all building in it path and
prostrating the telegraph line of the Mb
sour, Kansas and Texas railroad.
: Stand Like a Stone Wall , ;. .
iRoiweeuyour..cJilldren and the tor-
tunes of .Itching, and .burning eczema,
oaldhead or other skin disease.
How T why, by using ; Bucklent Arnica
Salve, earth' greatest healer., Quickest
cum for Ulcers, Fever Sore, Bait
Rheum, Cuts, Burn or Bruises. Infalli
ble, for Piles. 85c at O. D. Bradham's
drug (tore. "
French Battleship Arrives Kay 2.
Pari, April 89-Th battleship Gsu
lot, to take to the United State the
mission to represent France at the , un
veiling of, the .Rochambeau monument
in Washington, My 84, i expected to
arrive at Baltimore or New York May
si.' r. '--t-;
Try the new remedy for costlveness,
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver .Tab
lets. Every box guaranteed. Price, 85
cent. For aale by F. 8. Daffy. ;
Storm Kills Tousandspf5heep..
: Cheyenne, Wyo April 29 Report
from vsrious sections of th State Indi.
cite that the unexpected storm of last
wwk killed 13,000 or 13.000 aheep,:. the
losses runnjDg from.!0q 0,per cent. ;
Biliousness Is a condition character
ized by a '.disturbance of the digestive
organ. The stomach i . debilitated, th
liver torpid, the bowels constipated.
There t a loathing of food, palm In, th
bowel, dizziness, costed, tongue and
vomiting, first of the undigested or part
ly digested food and then of bile. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
allay the disturbances of the stomach.
and create a hcaV.by Sfftlte. They also
tone up the liver to a Li nUhy salon n 1
Weetlj Crop BmlletUu
For week eadlst Monday, April 18th,
Crop eocrespoadeaU era almost aaaa
laaous ia reporting XhV daring the past
we; the first really aprlag41ke weather
occurred, sad that condition, both for
farm Work and the growth of crops.
were the most favorable so far exper
ienced this seasoa. The entire week
was warm, dry, and many, and vegeta
tloa made wonderful progress. The tem-
peratara.roa to almost sammer heat.
I and averaged about 8 degree daily above
I , ... . . t. - a
UnUI, J9 WlUiOBt BUHII BlUDUKi,
for although W degrees, we, reached oa
la .23d at several places, that degree I
not remarkable for April; the tempera
tore Moaday morning (88th) was almost
low enough to check growth. Tery light
shower occurred here, and there on
Thursday aad Saturday, bat nowhere
did the total for the week reach ja much
a half aa inch. . The genera) absence of
clouds favored abundant laaqlatloa. To
ward the doe of the week rather high
wind dried oat the soil, and rain is be
ginning to be needed to assist cult! va-
tioa and the iproutlng of seeds. Plow
ing and planting were possible every
day during the week, and farmer ad
vanced work rapidly, and la several
counties are reported up with their
Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to Journal.
Ralciok, April 29.--The Supreme
Court filed the following opinion to
day; R. A. Waits ex parte, from Wayne,
Olmsteadvs City of Raleigh, no er
ir. Robinson vs McDowell, from Bladen,
Moore vs Guano Co., from Brunswick,
ybart vs Jones, from Cumberland,
Stale v Dowle, from Union, Judgment
Following cases were disposed of
per curiam order:
Stewart vs Dixon, from Moore,
Maness vs McNiel, from . Moore,
Blair vs Belk, from Union, affirmed.
Council v Southern Ry. Co., from
Plre in Norfolk.
Norfolk, Ya April SC-Flre broke
out at 11 o'clock today In the residence
of Daniel Mayo, corner of Chapel street
andJPrince Anne avenue, in the sub
urbs of this city, and In leu than an
hour twelve house had been de
Rome, April 88. The pope has order
ed the propaganda to examine the sug
gestion for the instituting at Rome of
an American missionary college, to pro
vide clergy for Cuba and the Philip
pine. - ;' ' .
..Riots ia Russia.
Vienna April 20. A : dispatch to the
AUgemetne Zeltang from St Petersburg
published today, announces that serious
riots of striker have taken place at Mo
cow, and that the military, dispersed the
rioters with much bloodshed.
It make no difference whether yon
were one minute or one hour late, it you
mimed the train. Better get there on
time. Cold lead to ooefha, coughs to
pneumonia and consumption; therefore (
it 1 all important to check a cold before
it reaches the lungs.. Perry Davis' Pain
killer will positively break a eold Inside
of twenty-four hours. There I but one
Painkiller, Perry Davis.
Iesscn4er. Boys Strike.
.Syracuse, April 18. Sixty boy em
ployed as messenger for the Western
Union and Postal .telegraph companie
went oa strike today. They have been
getting one third from the amount paid
for the delivery of , message and want
, ;.5nspeced Piotterrrested.
London, April 88. A dispatch from
Rom to the Central News say the
Police, f Parm. ..bar arretted an an
archist of the.name of Neorl, of Trieste,
who I suspected .ot plotting the asiat
stnatloa of Emperor Fran Josef of Aus
trial T ' - -
Fire Killed In aa Explosion.
i tTamaqaa, Pa., April 86. Five men
weje.kllled and several injured by the
blowing op of a powder magasln at
the mills of the Bhenaadoah Powder
Company at Krebs Station tbl after.
noon. - ' '
J.Hectrlc Fishing: Boat.
Norfolk, Ta, April 88 The electric
steamer Atlantic designed and built
here bf William E. Cole for catching
fish by electricity, was today completed
and will go into commission next week.
Powerful submarine' light will attract
theflih, which are to be hauled Inlm
menM neu placed below the turfaceot
the w'ator.-4 f
i smsaafajasai ' .
jBoId BP Ccr-rt'an,' 4
i At the end of the cuT-pae," write
Cbamp Clark, Missouri's brilliant eon-grfmB,-
"from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant speak
Ing I tad about t utterly collspsed. It
swmed that all the organs In my bn?y
were ont of order, but three hot.', s of
Electric Uluers mJ me all r' t. tl't
thebeit all-round medlclus ever t M
c - ad ' fsc "V - ' 1
ri-a-u. 1 snd .. , t ' ' i
"" Attest wiany tulff tkrourn Irnor.
aoutt k a rwuKlr uai Meica MlwUnc Iilnlaes.
,an ,easy . way .
and a sure way to treat a case of Sore v
.Throat ia order to,, kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action u to -take
half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonf ul of - : 1 j " -
The.i lIK UtnotiM le i-t :- Hmwt Uioroiit;hly with tbellnt i
motMulafurl4iii(tlihtjHtrMMiMHi a milt cloth und wrap
arouii.llhui.t.-k. liua lihilTli'li. XOB, (
? . V SOoCOctti. I ii.OOh bottle.
tr HIV DC VAII have ton? )n t.ul.t.id with a running;
II MAI DC IUU mm-.mh-M.x. T. ..ttilo with Meat.
ama Mustang lillniWP m-t-1 j - i- ' mlY cura. .
Of ALL Tobacco Fertilizers.
Specially prepared for the lands
good cure. Makes wrappers and
By its merit alone one farmer
ly on his sixty acres of tobacco. -.
As our goods are manufactured
claim Freshnros and Good Mechanical Condition.
Hint Grade Catfe, MMllcrop ai;i Cutler Guano.
Our Motto: "Not How Cheap, l?ut How Good."
I9lf you use Fertilizers Call and See us. .
E. II. & J. A-SlEAiOU N I O.;
lilgh Urade Fertiliser. .
Factory Nense. River, , .NKW KErin, N. I'.
Phone Gaskttl hdw. Co,
We have the little things you
Enamel, Polish Painty Brushes and, Varnish, Water oolerf, -Ice I ream
r peters, Ice Shavers and Planes,' VfashvTubs, Wash i Ikwirdu, ( lothcs
Pine, Tinware, Agateware, Spi inkier, Dnst Phtih, GnlvitnizKl Toilet Sets,
Fly Traps,- Rat Traps, Mouse Traps,
Bells, and Door Bells, Stove Polish,
Feather Duster for 30c, " ' "-
. A full stock of Sash, Doors and
Supplies. Lime at Retail 20c pk. t
Prompt Delivery. Prices Lowestr " r-'j "
TA IflDDLB BT
- 4 i-Jt
i .'Wagons, Carts -
p: Harness yv-1 ' O !
GITE HE'Ai TZJIAI
FEED AND EXCHANE STABLE S.
42 AS D 44 CUAVIS STRIST
n n i
of Eastern Carolina. ' InsureH a
fills your purse.
in Jones County will rise it exclusive-.
near you and not re-shipped, we
need for the huiisc Gold and Silver
Family Scales, Call Bells, Dinner
Lamp .Wicks and himneja. A
, ; -
Blindn, Pnint, Oils, and Builders
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