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THE VEEKLY JOUMAL
PuhlUhad la Twe 8octoti, tTurj TUes
CHARLES L. STEVENS, i
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ON PROFITABLENESS OF STRIKES
United States Commissioner of Labor,
Carroll IX Wright, gives It u hla opin
ka ' that labor conflicts have come
through Increased Intelligence.
In a recent bene of the North Amer
ican Review, Mr. Wright gives some
figures as an expert, to show the losses
coming through the strikes of this conn
try. The records for the past twenty years,
from 1881 Inclusive, are his basis. In the
strikes of that period the aggregate wage
loss of the strikers was 1237,803,478,
against a loss to employers of $123,731,
121. The total of losses was $880,594,
699. These figures are drawn from the
history of 22,708 strikes, Involving 117,
609 establishments, and throwing out of
employment 6,106,694 wage earners.
Mr. Wright further shows that about
half of the strikes Instituted have been
successful, while 13 per cent, succeeded
in part and 36 per cent, failed complete
ly. The plain demonstration of the fig
ures Is that the strike is a terribly costly
instrument, even for redress of undoubt
But however startling in magnitude
these figures are, they only represent
the losses to those immediately eon
cerned In the strikes, namely, employers
To the outsiders, to the general pub
lic, no approximate estimate can be
made of the losses inflicted by strikes.
Losses in rentals, In depreciation of
property through the same; falling off
in retail trade in the districts where
strikes take place, which is reflected in
losses to the wholesale trade beyond the
striking districts, these are losses which
cannot be computed In dollars and
Even those striking realize the 4W
profitableness in the action, yet there
are differences arising between employed
and employer, which If carried beyond a
certain point, result .laopeo) nptare,
and a cessation of work.
Mr. Wright may be correct in his diag
nosis and the remedy for strikes be fonnd
in an increased intelligence of the people.
RECIPROCITY, NOT REBATE.
There Is only one course In .'the case
compatible with our national honor,'
with our national Interests, and with
that national common sense upon
which Americans plume themselves. ' J "
That Is to enact a straightforward
measure of reciprocity which will open
our pons on easier terms to the chief
products of Cuba and wUJ giver oat mer
chendlse corresponding, advantages In
The Amerloan people have longlbeea
Pytag beavy tribute to the various
' Sugar Trusts and rings. They are In ao
: humor to Increase such tribute la the
form of a bounty on Cuban sugar, espec
f?r tally while at the same time the Sugar
Trasts arscaastng Americas merchan
-1 diss to be excluded born the Cuban mar
' ket at the rate of dozens of millions of
dollars a year. .Jv...
The farmers and manufacturers of
tbts oeuntry want to Usnpply lbs Cuban
' saarkett' bulead of , having' their Enro
f,aean slvals do so. They; are not la a
'eased1 to bs logger prevented from doing
s so bw foaaaachlnaUonaof a selfish Trust
f 4rhlch not Only atnts them utf Cuba,
- but demands testis paid for,. working
; , Reciprocity Is the on true policy, and
it will be gratifying to' commend the
.President for, fighting tt out upon thst
" line, "If it lakes' all summer.n-N.Y.
Ta wniT-rtirc: ?
At thlMtsge of the political situation
- In trlb'Casollna, U would seem as If
further opposition to Judge Walter
C. Vs nomination, was beyond the w!s-
reatloa for Walter Clark's aosalaalloa
to the Chief Jasticeeatp.
CrtUcbus of proposed party aosaiaees
troaa thoee vlthla the party, is perfectly
leghlsaata, before any forssaUaed party
aoUoa kaa take place.
The State press ass pretty generally
give a expression to the local and at
tloaal views retarding Judge Clark's
And yet ao adverse criticism to Judge
Clark has ssemed to affect a saost gen
eral eiprcasloa la Us favor from a large
majority of the Democratic coovea-
Thli would Indicate his coming aoad-
aalloa at Greensboro, and yet la sot
anerters there are rumors that saca a
nomination would call for a bolt from
the minority opposing Jndge Clark.
If a bolt, to what purpose or good
While ao political enemy to Democra
cy is apparent In the coming North Car
olina campaign, there are possibllltks
within the ranks of the State Democratic
party, which might breed animosity and
strife, which could In another campaign
bring ruin to the party's Interests in
It Is this foe within the party, of bit
terness over nominations, which threat
ens Democratic Interests, and not politi
cal enemies without.
Judge Clark may be made such a par
ty contention, as to start the strife, lead
ing to party disaster, but before such a
contention shall be stsrted, Is it not wis
dom for the Democratic party members
to study the situation carefully, and de
termine that such a contention shall not
be started T
8ttb or Ohio, Cm of Toledo, I
Lucas County. I
Fbabk J. Cbknit makes oath that he
.s senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cbenst A Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and Bute afore
said, and that said firm will pay ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th da" of December,
A. D. 1886.
. A. W. GLEA80N,
I skal J '.Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send for
F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.3
Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the best
There are by careful computation
about 800.000,000 cocoanut palms In
the world In fall bearing.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cored.
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. E. Cary
editor of the Guide, Washington, Va.
"After using several well recommended
medicines without success, 1 tried Cham
berlain's P&ia Halm, t and am pleased to
ssy ihst relief -same as soon as I began
Its use and a complete cure speedily fol
lowed." Sold by F. 8. Duffy A Co.
The FUplno, whether be be an edu
cated or-an wneducated person, is tern
Berate. , 1 do not remember to have
seen a single Filipino drunk except my
own eeaehmaa, -whom I bad to dis
miss, .and he was a very good coach
man. . ffhey drink, a great many of
them, but they drink moderately. They
drink the inoj which they purchase at
small abope that are not loafing places
as our saloons are, but are only shops.
I bar lived two years in Manila, and
there are now, I believe, - 450 shops, a
ledneOoa, .Acorn .2.CSO0, the estimated
Bomber ia rtbe. -.Spanish times. But I
bare never, seen a vino shop to know
it, .which-to aa Indication that there Is
pubUdty about It or any gathering
Of .crowd In, its neighborhood. The
few American saloons, fifty or sixty
In number In Manila, one can see a
long distance off, but not so. a vino
Shop. Governor William XL Taft In
t , Sprint; Ferer.
Spring fever Is another name for bil
iousness. It Is more serious thaa most
people think. A torpid Hver and Inactive
bowels 'mean a poisoned system. If
neglected, serious Illness msy follow
tush symptoms-.- DeWitt's Little Esrly
Risers rsmors all daager by stimulating
the liven opening ths bowels sad cleans
ing the system of imparities. Safe pflls.
Never gripe.' "I have taken i DeWitt's
Little Esrly Risers for torpid Hver every
spring for years," writes R M Everly,
Moundsvllle, W. Vs. "They do me more
good than anything I have ever tried.
F. 8. Duffy. ' ' j '
A very ingenious Wedding present
has been received by a- French bride
feojn one 0 her reliitlTea, - uo is a
geographer... The -present Js a sliver
sugar bowl In the dealcn of a terres
trial globe, the upper hemisphere form
ing the coves, f The map of 1 tie earth
has "been elaborately engraved on the
outside -and- the' roote taken- by the
newrjr wedded pair it indicated by a
line of lapis lazuli, the names of the
Xtowns at which a stay wss msde being
Inserted In enamel.
I used DeWlU's Witch Hazel 8alve for
piles and found It a certain core," says
a R. Meredith; Willow Grove, Del
Operations unnecessary to 'cure piles.
Tby slwsj's yloU to1
Digests what yon eat
This preparation contains all of tht
dlgestanta and digests all kinds oi
food. ltglveslnstantrelief aud never
falls to cure, it allows yoa to eat all
toe food you wank The most sensitive
stomachs can take It. By Its ase many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation ofi gas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take,
U can't help
vttut xta yon good
Bad.onlyby K. O. PaWm Oa, Ohfa-aa
aa eU eutUa cuataioa Sis Uawa Uw Hp. aM,
F. 8. ncrrY & CO.
The enly really surprising feature
about the revolt of the peasants la
some of the provinces of the Bneeisw
empire Is that It did not occur long
since. It will be equally surprising if It
does not spread la spite of all the forci
ble efforts which the government will
undoubtedly put forth to suppress It
There may be developing a great up
heaval of the Russian, people unless
wlae counsels prevail In the bureaucra
cy and concessions are made to the de
mand for reforms. The present policy
of the empire Is raising up a domestic
radicalism of the socialistic and revo
lutionary sort that may in time con
vulse the land. Springfield (Mast) Re
publican. Filthy Temples in India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian tem
ples, but worse yet is a body that's pol
luted by constipation. Don't permit it.
Cleanse your system with Dr. King's
New Life Pills and avoid untold misery.
Thepglve lively livers, active bowels,
good digestion, line appetite. Only 25c
at C. D. Bradham's drug store.
A Kmb Petlttra.
The biggest petition ever presented
to the SngUsh parliament was the
Chartists' petition In 4848. It bore
Vke Boa Tr Reeor.
Six thousand Is the record number of
roses produced by one tree at a time.
This was in Holland, on Mme. Keg
new'sland. Marechal Nlel at Whitby
has had 3,500 blooms on it at the same
Happy Time in Old Town.
"We felt very happy," writes JR. N.
Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter
of a bad case of scald head." It delights
all who use it for Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Bolls, Ulcers, Eruptions. In
fallible for Piles. Only 25c at C. D.
Bradham's drug store.
Labor In Freetown, West Africa,
costs only about 85 a bead per month.
SkaTlaa: the Beard.
It is believed that the custom of shav
ing the beard was Introduced at Rome
In the year 300 B. 0. According) to
Pliny, Sciplo Afrlcanas was the; first
Roman who shaved dally.
Call at F. 8. Duffy Co's drug store
end get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They am aa
elegant physic They also Improve-ths
appetite, strengthen the digestion sad
regulate the liver and bowels.. They are
easy to take and pleasant In effect -. ;
Cuba Is free. The United States has
set to the nations of the earth a high
example of honorable fidelity to prom
ise by withdrawing from the Island-
New York Journal.
If President Palms exercises the
proper amount of wisdom, be will hot
stray too far from the safety valve.
There Is a powerful bead of ateam on
In Cuba. Washington Post ;
Cuba has at last renllcedj the f day
dreamed of by her patriots for: many a
weary year. Let us bops the, fulfil
ment will permanently prove mere pre
cious than the dream. New York . Trib
une. ."? .iV
Virulent Cancer Cured.' vi s
Startling-proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine Is given by druggist
G. W, Roberts of Elisabeth-, W.,W An
old man there had long suffered with
what good doctors pronounced Incura
ble cancer. They believed t his ei
hopeless tin he used Electric BiUera sad
spplied Bucklen's ArnicaSalvV which
treatment completely cured hla1-When
Electric Bitters srs used to expel bilious,
kidney end microbe poisons at the seme
time this sslvs exerts Its matchless heal
ing power, blood diseases, skin erup
tions, ulcers and sores vanish.?. Bitters
50c, Salve z5c at C. Tk Bradham's. f -j
One of the most extraordinary gifts-
made on the coronation day of Edward
L was that of 600 horses,-which had
been used by tbe royal princes and oth
er personages in- the procession to
Westminster abbey. These horses, all
richly caparisoned and harnessed Just
as they were, were let loose Into the
very midst of tbe mob after tbe ban
quet In Westminster ball that always
succeeded a coronation In those days.
The people In tbe streets were permit
ted to catch the animals, and to him
who caught a horse it and its .appoint
ments belonged. London Chronicle.
Ton may as well expect to ro$ a sjearh
engine without water as to find an sctlve
cnergetio man ,wlth a torpid liver and
you may know that his food; or feels
dull and languid after . eating often has
headache and sometimes dizziness.
few doses of dsruberlula's Ctomach and
Liver Tallets v, "1 restore b's liver to its
normal fan' ! ss, renew t's vitn"ty, lav
Ex-Pvstmaster Csrbctt-. of Selmi
Appals Big Case. ' '
Nerta Carolina Peaches ea the Mar
ket - Pelsesed - Well - Water
. Kills, ieraee Hay weed. .
, Hojt E. IMeere, a SO
Year Cea vlet. Par
i Raxbiob, June 10. Ix-postmssler J.
T. Oorbett of Belma, who was convicted
la the federal court of stealing register
ed and other letters, and who was to
have been sent to the penitentiary to
day, appeals to the United States Cir
cuit court of appeals. Under the rule
he Is gives a month In which to perfect
hts appeal. Every particle of the evi
dence Is dead against him. ; '
Prof. J. L. Kesler, of the chair of
science la the Baptist Female University
here, goes to a college at Georgetown,
Raleigh has now four orchestras at as
many points in the State, these being
WrightsvlUe, Horehead City, Ashevllls,
. Among today's arrivals was EF. Ayd
lett of Elisabeth City.
At appears now that the water la the
well at the home of Horace: Haywood
was poisoned. This water was need la
making the biscuit which poisoned all
the family and killed Haywood.
Governor Aycock left today for Pitt
county, and speaks at Farmvllle tomor
row. He then goes to the Teachers' As
sembly at Morehead City. '
Peaches from Newport, Carteret coun
ty, are bow on sale here bat are as yet
small. Blackberries have for this week
been shipped from Southern Pines. Ths
crop is large. So Is the peach crop and
the grape crop there. .
J. F. Whltty, from Wilson -county
who for some time had been an Inmate
of the Soldiers Home Is dead. Another
inmate was today sent to the hospital
for the insane line.
Gov. Aycock pardons Hoyt C. .Moore
of Pitt county, who had served 4 years
of a 20 year sentence for manslaughter.
Judge Hoke specially recommended the
pardon. The case Is of more than usual
Interest because Gov. Aycock, then at
the bar, prosecuted Moore. A policeman
was killed at Bethel by one of Moore's
ons. Moore was present and took a
small part in the affair. He tried to get
his son to leave. The son submitted to
murder In the 2nd degree, and Moore to
Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the
First National Bank of Wlnterset, lows
In a recent letter gives some experience
a carpenter in his employ, that will le
of value to other mechanics. He says:
"I had' a carpenter working for me who
was obliged to slop work for several
days on account of being troubled with
dla.-rhoea. I mentioned to him that I
had been similarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy had cured me. He bought
a bottle of It from the druggist here and
informed me thnt one dose eured him,
ana is again at his work. . For ssle by
syb. uuny s uo. I . r,. ....
Saaacaded VKalKr I Uata.
A German chemist has Bre pared
fluid that has the power, when Injected
Into the tissues of a plant near Its
roots, of ansesthettzlng the plant As a
result of this injection the plant does
not die, but stops growing, maintaining
Its fresh, green appearance, though Its
vitality - Is apparently -suspended.
cnanges in temperature -seem la. no
wise to affect tbe foliage, for the plant
blooms in the open as welt as In the
most carefully constructed hot bouse.
Leads Them AIL ) -
One Minute Cough -Cure beats, all
Other medicines I ever tried for coughs,
colds, croup and throat and lung trou
blea," says D. Scott Currin of Loganton,
Pa. One Minute Cough Cure Is tbe only
absolutely, safe cough remedy which sett
Immedistely. Mothers everywhere tes
tlfy to the good It has done their little
ones. Croup is so sodden In Its attacks
that the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure. Pleassnt to take. Children like
It, Sure cure for grip, bronchitis, coughs.
F. 8. Duffy .
, - Snuir Crratala. ,
There have liecn noted IS) 1 different
forms of snow i-ryatais. . : . .
Ukt Nil Jfad-
The Nile mild, which renders Egypt a
habitable country, Is . said ,to . bear a
striking resemblance to that which ev
ery season is brought down by the Mis
souri. - .
$100 Dr. B. Detchons's. . Anrt bluretk
msy be worth to you more then f 100 If
you have a child who soils bedding froi
incontinence . of . wster during , sleep,
Cares old snd young , alike, ; It arrests
tbe trouble at once. $U Sold by C. D.
Bradham, Druggist -."
,i A puzsllng question- has been asked
frequently and does not appear to nave
been answered convincingly. It is this
"Why does olive oil cost so much In
thin country T-'. California has olive
orchards wblcb rival the best of those
in Italy, Spain and France. '.The de
mand In the United States- for choice
olive oil is constant and large. Why Is
it that the price Is still so high? Why
cannot California furnish all that
asked fori ' :':. u :
TOO MOW WHAT YOU ARE, TAXHS
When you take Grove's' Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is . plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and ci!a!ne in a tasteless
forir. - ITo cure no Tr!ce C-a.
Shpreme Cowl Oplnlcas. ," !
Special to JooxaaL - t
Rauisa, June lOt The Banrems
Court tied the foUowtsg oplalpss io-
Pknilps vs Railroad from Beau fort no
Slate vs Eicks, from Vance, ao er
ror. Lumber Co. va Iroa Works, from
.'.Baak va Yams, from Waks reversed. '
; Taylor vs But', from Wsyne, error.
Balford vs Railroad, from Wayae, er
Slaalng vs Fltrgerald, from Durham,
petition eUowed new trisL
Uaatet vaTslegrsph On. from Gsll-
fonL,aaw ArlsL , , - 1
WllUd vs Bank, from Durham, er
Wlllard vs Tarny.from JJurham, er
Sharps vs Railroad, from Iredell, new
trial. - , . - '
Jervta vs Lewelia, from Barry, re
Crater vs Ryan, from Forsythe, er
Llna vs Cotton Mills, from Gaston,
Bingham vs Railroad, from , Mecklen
burg, error. 1
Err vsTel. Co. from Mecklenburg,
Gwaltaey vs Ins. Co from Catawba at
Armed ; .
State vs Peak, from Polk, reversed.
Collier vs Burgta from McDowell aew
trisL - ' 1
The Pension case from Burke, re
Canfeld vs Owens, from .Rutherford,
no error. i
State vs Summer, from Macon, new
Following were disposed of per curia
order. - - . .
King vs Cooper, from Pitt, partition
to revear dismissed.
Fleming vs Railroad, from Iredell, ap
peal dismissed. -
Scott vs Furniture Co, from Surry, af
Hood vs Tel. Co, from Meckleabure;,
Cloning vs Railroad, from Gaston, af
Cotton Mills vs Lareoce from Gaston,
Williams vs Holt from Mecklenburg,
Dover vs Railroad, from Mecklenburg.
Edney and Byers. from Henderson, af
la oar style of climate, with Its sud
den chsnges of temperature, rain, wind
and sunshine often Intermingled la a
single day, It la ao wonder that our
children, friends sad relatives are so
frequently taken from us by neglected
eolds, half the deaths resulting directly
from this cause, A bottle of Boschee's
German Syrup kept about your home
for Immediate use will prevent serious
slckaess,a large doctor's bill, and per
haps death, by the use of three or four
doses. For curing Consumption, Hem
orrhages, Pneumonia, Severe Coughs,
Croup or any disease of the Throat or
Langs, Its success Is simply wonderful,
as your druggtst will tell j ou. Get
sample bottle free from P. & Daffy. Reg
alsr slse, ?5cls. Get tireen's . Special
. All Soala Collate, Ox far. .
Perhaps -the most expensive educa
tion in ths world is enjoyed by the un
dergraduates of All Souls' college, Ox
ford, There ere usually but tour of
them In residence, all of them on the
foundation, with Jnst .enonah to keen
them comfortably in their rooms aloft
over tbe college kitchens. The college
revenues approach f 15,000 a year, which
should give aa excellent education to
four young men. - But All Souls de
votes Its money mainly to the support
of fellows and the cult of good living.
and the undergraduates get their edu
cation by arrangement from other col
leges. London Chronicle.
Saved Prem an Awful Fate.
"Ever) body said I had consumption,'
writes Mrs. A, M. BhiaMs, of Chambers-
burg, Ps.,"Ixaa so low after six months
of severe sickness, caused by pay Fever
and Asthma, that sw thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used iWjSndJwas com
pletely c ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung -Diseases It Is ths safest care
in the worlcLand Is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds snd Bronchial Affections. . Guar
anteed bottles 80c snd $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C, D. Bradham's. - '
i ; WI14 Baaajae Oar faeda. -
Wild varieties of bananas hare been
found In Ceylon, Cochin China and the
Philippines. : Tbeee of j coorea-- bare
seeds, but ther are Inferior to, the long
cnlttrated Tarieties. The banana la
cultlyeted bx.Jtuckers, ,and it Is in this
way that the plant Is perpetuated In
definite!. , "
A Real Friend.
"I suffered from dyspepsia snd Indi
gestion for fifteen years," says W T
Sturdersnt of Merry Oaks, N. C "After
l had tried many doctors and medicines
to ao srail one of my friends persuaded
me to try Kodol. It gsre Immediate re
lief. I can eat almost any thine I want
now and my digestion Is good I cheer
fully recommend Kodol." 1 Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting. - That
only further weakens the system. Yon
need wholesome, strengthening food.
Kodol enables yon to assimilate what
you eat by digesting It without the
stomach's aid. t l. Dnffy.
A l krleloa. -
; As lata as l.Viit ,buuiaq skeleton
nineteen fevt Ioiik was d'scofered at
Itouen, France. The skuil, witch was
perfect with the exception cf tl.a uu.:..r
Jaw, held over a lu::!iel cf tviwit
' , '.nxlcan r'uitang LIrilment
v .- .....
r I For a Lame Back. "
; or, in fact, all
ness of your body there is nothing
i '- i
H i MustaiigJLrinUTiente S
ir m If you cannot reach the spot your-
self get some one to assist you, for
j- ? it is essential that ' the liniment be
h v robbed in most,thoroughly. 1
; 'MeifJcan flustang Liniment
onreomes tb ailments of horm and all domestic animals. In fast,
it is a flesh healer and pais killer aoniettar whoor what the paUantls.
and still a heating.
That's the-pleasant prospects ahead, according to the weather
prophet, and our only excuse for speaking of the weather is
Ve Can Keep You Cool !
Get into one of our Thin Coats and Vests. - A large invoice of thete
seasonable garrnrits just m by express today.
All sorts Crashes, Alapacas and Seersucker Coats and Vests,
Prices 50c to $0.00.
99, Middle Street. '
are all the vogue this summer,
I $6.50 to $12.50.
rA Also a Jarge line of CapR, Boys' and Men's sizes, Ju cloth,
straw white duck atd flannel, 26c, 50c and 75c. A large line
" O of patterns to select from. . , .
O 'Hen's "efij.EojV Wear.
;( ) 1 "!S7',13Eolloclr Stxeot- , . O
TTTT1 n'Tfn' -nTTTl I ",
. l.lj' HiiJlj hiiijr "
Wire Screens, Door and Window Screens, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream
Freezerit, Ice Shavers. - '
" A full line of Hardware, Taints, Oils, Varnish, Enamels in Gold,
Silver and Alluminum. '
A new lot Ball Deal ing Castors, Improved.
Our goods aa represented, f HTCUf? TITTS LOWEST. '
Give us yonr orders. a ' 1 ' . -
Lameness and Sore-
we are showing al t!be new ef-
'.I 810 North Front Street,
WlrM N-.TOrV . N. ('.
' The pluce to buy our ., Cemetary
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