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TDE WEEKLY JOURNAL
PnblulMd U Two SectioB. Terr Tnca
4ay ad Frid7, t M Mktdlo Btrart, mw
CHARLES L. STEVENS.
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l. U aa second-class matter.
Section Ome, Tuesday, Jaly 16, 1902
NINETY CENT CORN AND THE
The fact that corn sold at ninety cent
a bushel upon the Chicago Produce Ex
change thla week, la not of special lm
portance to the North Carolina farm.
The price in Chicago, however, li one
which causes comment. In that it has
not been exceeded since 1893 in that
While the high price of com in the
Chicago speculative market has been a
forced one upon those who have told
the market "short,' there being a scare
Ity of corn In the northwest with which
this speculative shortage has to contend,
the advanced price seems to cause no
special excitement beyond those imme
diately speculatively Involved.
Bat while this price of corn at Chicago
seems an abnormal one, how ia the price
In the local market in New Bern to be
regarded, corn selling here at eighty-five
cents a bushel, and nearly aa high for
months past ?
And yet corn Is an article which can
be largely cultivated in this section, and
Is a grain which Is always in active coc
Farmers raise cotton and tobacco and
say these crops are for the money which
they can readily get for them.
And yet corn is really a ready money
product, and more than this, it is always
heeded by the fanner himself, for feed
for his family and stock.
Neglect to raise cotton or tobacco,
may deprive the farmer of tome ready
cash, when heeded, but neglect to raise
sufficient corn, means not merely (he
loss of this product to sell at good cash
price, but means that If a shortage ex
ists on the farm before another crop
can be harvested, that the farmer must
go down into his own money resources
and pay cash for corn for his own pri
Corn, regardless of price la a most
necessary farm product, particularly for
the fanner himself.
FOR DEMOCRATIC INDE
PENDENCE. .' t "
The eighth senatorial district conven
tion, which met In Klnston, this week,
gave a more vigorous expression to It
! meeting and proceedings, and exhibited
a greater degree of what might be termed
Democratic Independence, than has any
There have been timet In , the history
, of the Democratic party, when there
Were dangers from without, which de
manded a party nnity of action, without
the Individual questioning as to the why
and wherefore of the course pursued or
directed by the convention. ' ' j
Such occasions wet before the con
stitutional amendment had passed and
become a law, when the fear' of negro
domination wis ever threatening. . . .
But such a fear was never apparent,
real or Imaginary, before the Democrats
In convention at Klnston.
Therefore the greater Individual free
dom which was displayed, and the cour
age to attack persona and measures
within the party, - which appeared to
those protesting, as Inimical to .the par.
. ty beat Interest!.
" The Democrats in the eighth senatorial
, convention, gay CTOry evidence of the
pollUcal freedom IrbJoh had been prom.
laed them by the puiftga of the conati
i tntlonal amenuSftat 1 3r6; i ' f'fjf
. This very frtdcmf av In ' exMBrsr
'tlon to the jr0C?:i:fcgB which jtook
them beyond any one or two persons
. control, and Instead gave a participation
to every one,' Of which many availed
themselves, and spoke freely.
On some sides It may be charged that
thla outspoken freedom, will lead to
revealing affairs within the party, which
had batter be kept secret V ' I": " ; ?
If political corruption exists within
t!.9 r ""'T, In a"7 county or then
t" r St ia e: ,- 1'ie' i.
"I c r ! :' i r r !;
will be for the party Itself.
Certainly the Klaatoa convention has
started the aaovenvaat towards Demo
crat le ladepeadenc of the Individual
within his own party lines.
And It la aa eaeoq raging movement,
oae which promisee to develop mote ac
tivity and greater political freedom to
the ladlvldnal wllhle the Democratic
HOW ABOUT THATJlAlL
ROAD? According to public annonnocmeat
there la to be a meeting of the lncorpo-
ratora and wtockholders of the Pamlico,
Oriental and Western railroad company,
at Bayboro, Friday, July 18 th.
The chief purpose of this meeting la
to make contracts with those partlea
who are to build and equip thla road.
It will be remembered that the shove
la the railroad to which the people of
Pamlico county recently voted aa is
suance of fifty thousand dollars in bonds
In exchange for aa equal amount of
stock In the railroad company.
Another Important matter which the
meeting this week at Bayboro will no-
doubt consider, Is to what connecting
outside point the Pamlico railroad will
be built, and ao be put In line with the
The construction of this Pamlico
connty railroad la all important to New
Bern and Its commercial Interests.
This bring true, how very Important
h must te that this road reaches the out
side world through Its connection with
This means that the commercial inter
ests of New Bern should be present at
the Bayboro meeting, and see what Is
necessary to be done, In order that the
road be built through Pamlico county
and have Its terminal In New Bern,
where it could have the best of railroad
and water connections with points South
West and North.
This Is a matter demanding tho In
stant attention of those who would not
only preserve, but Increase the commer
cial Interests of New Bern.
Vacation time Is here and the children
are ralrly living out of doors. There
could be no healthier place for them.
Ton need only to guard against the ac
cidents incidental to most open air
ports. No remedy equals DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping
pain or removing danger of serlout con
sequences. For cuts, scalds and wounds
"I osed DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve for
lores, cuts and bruises," says L. B. John
son, Swift, Tex. "It is the best remedy
on the market" Sure cure for piles and
skin diseases. Beware, of counterfeits.
F. S. Duffy.
An engineer of Zurich, L. Tbormann,
report's after a careful examination
that sufficient electric power could be
developed from the waterfalls of the
Alps to run all the railways of Switzer
land. There would be little or no re
duction of cost, he says, but the time
may come when the change from
steam to electricity may be desirable
because Switzerland has to Import all
the coal she uses. From twenty-one
waterfalls, some of which are already
partially utilized for industrial pur
poses, 80,000 horsepower .could be de
veloped, but only 00,000 horsepower
would be required to replace the steam
power now need on the railroads. -
Poisoning1 the System.
It is through the bowels that the body
ia cleansed of impurities. . Constipation
keeps these poisons In the system, caus
ing headache, dulness and melancholia
at first, then unsightly eruptions and
finally serious Illness unless a remedy Is
applied. DeWltt's Little Early Risers
prevent this trouble by stimulating the
liver and promote easy healthy action
of the bowels. These little pMs4o hot
act violently but by strengthening the
bowels enable them to perform their
own work. Never gripe or distress. . F.
In 1580 black masks were worn in
public by ladles of all ranks. The mask
was held in place by ribbons passed
behind the tars or by a glass button
held between the teeth.
. Bwtoa. .
Robert Burton published the "Anato
my of Melancholy" at forty-five. It was
written to relieve the strain of a mind
bordering on Insanity.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cored.
"At one time I Buffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," saya Geo. E. Cary
editor of the Guide, Washington, Va.
After ualng several well recommended
medicine? without success, I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to
say' that relief came as soon as I began
Its use and a complete cure speedily fol
lowed.?; Sold by F. 8. Duffy k Co.
WHSt Is said to be the Quest panama
hat in' U'ushlngton Is worn by senator
Frfe.f it-was-sent to him by a friend
and came without a bond. Senator
Frye sent it to his hatter and 'directed
that a suitable band be put around It
The hatter returned word ; that he
would not put a needle in the but, as
It was too good a hat to be punched
full of holes. The hatter said the piece
of headgear was worth over $100. He
placed a loose black band around the
hat without taread fastenings. ,
H ainan Lie to Ton,
And ssy some other salve, ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged healer Is as good as
Cacklen's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty
years of marveloits cures of Piles.Barns,
Coils, Corns, Iulons, Ulcers, Cuts,
Us, Bruises and Skin Eruptions
Dcssts crhit yoa eat.
Thla preparation contain all of the
aigesunu ana digest ail Kind or.
food. Itglveelnatantrellef and never
falls to cure. It allows vou to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomach can use it. tsj it use many
thousand of dyspeptic have been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation of gas on the stom
ach, relieving ail distress after eating.
Wetlng unnecessary, Heasaut to take.
It can't tain
but do yon fioosj
ytparaonlTty RO. I' Wrrr a IXx, (Jhlr4
am, au pome cwuim nana w aw. sm.
' . DTFFYIkCO.
. HIGH PRICES.
Nearly everything has advanced in
price excepting railway rates, postage
stamps sad neu'amMc. subscriptions.
If the mnu who used to occupy his
spare time In kicking about the prices
wJH kindly step forward at this Junc
ture,' he Will bear something that will
relieve our minds. Newark Sews,'
.Wn't FaUt Try This . .
Whenever, an' honest trial la given to
Electric Bitten for any trouble It Is rec
ommended for a' permanent cure will
surely be effected. It never falls totone
the stomach, regulate "the kidneys and
bowels, stimulate the liver, invigorate
the nerves and purify the blood. It's a
wonderful tonic for tab-down systems.
Electric Bitters positively genres Kidney
and Liver Troubles, Stomach i Disorders,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia,' and expels Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by C. D. Brad-
ham. Only 60 cents.
Butter aa Mia;rt.
Testing for oleoma rgnrlne Ira simple
process. Sweet ml I It !b Dented to boil
ing, and a piece-' of the saspected sub
stance about as large as the end of the
thumb ts dropped into the hot liquid,
vhleb Is stirred with a. light stick until
the fat is all melted. SThe vessel is
placed In cokl water nitd stirred until
the fot Is hardened. - At this point the
fat, if oldomargnrtne," can easily be col
lected together in one lump by means
of the stick, while if butter it will
granulate and cannot be collected.
A Good Coorb Medicine.
It speaks well for Chamberlatn'r
Cough Remedy when druggists use It In
their own families In preference to anj
other. "I have sold Chamberlain's Congli
Remedy for the past five years with com
plete satisfaction to myself and custom
ers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten, N.Y. "I have always used it la
my own family for both ordinary coughs
and colds and for the cough following
la grippe, and find It very efficacious."
For sale by F. S. Duffy & Co.
Fl.h Caught th Prvmlaea.
in some of the big restaurants of
Russia there Is a pool of water in
which various kinds of fish swim
about. A patron of the restaurant
who desires fish goes to the pool, points
out tne particular one he wishes, and
In an Instant the waiter has captured
k wun a dip net ana sent It to the chef,
Bsaistas yThi Kill. Ym Hw Alwara BoBjM
' ' The Mokkiae. . .
The Japanese raokklne is a xyh'
phone of sixteen wooden keys, and It
Is beaten with two drumsticks. ' -
Warlike Chinese. ' ' ,
The Chinese are commonly supposed
to be peace loving aud harmless. : The
Zeitschrift fur Missionskunde, how
ever, declares that China is the great
est warlike nation in Asia and that
they are in warfare worse than the
There are seven species of salmon In
the Taku river, Alaska. Each baa Ita
date of arrival from the sea at the
spawning grounds. . - "
' Another ridiculous food has been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly notion
that one kind of food la needed forbrala
another for muscles, and still another for
bones. A correct diet will not only nour
lah a particular part of the body, but It
will sustain every other part Tet how
ever good your food ' may be, Its nutri
ment Is destroyed by Indigestion or dys
pepsia. Foe must prepare for their ap
pearance or prevent their coming by
taking regular doses Of Green's August
Flower, the favorite medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses : aid di
gestion, stimulates the liver to health
action, purifies the blood, and makes you
feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get
this tellable remedy at F. S. Duffy- Get
Green's Special Almanac;
Bekv ! SfaaaolW
That so great a musical genius as
Beethoven wrote several pieces for the
mandolin seems to be a great source
of pride to the lovers of this Instru
ment They are also fond of recalling
the fact that Mozart indicated the man
dolin In the score of "Don Giovanni"
In his famous serenade.
Mr. W. 8. Whedon, Cashier of the
First National Bank of Winterset, Iowa
Id a recent letter gives some experience
carpenter In his employ, that will be
of value to other mechanics. He says:
"I bad a carpenter working for toe who
was obliged to stop work for. several
days on account of being troubled with
dla.'rhoea. I mentioned to htm that 1
had been similarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy ha i cured me. lie bought
a bottle of It fwn t a trv'i ;;t here and
Informed re t ' t c-"9 di.-e r"rd l 'n,
Company to Deyelop Water Power
at Smileys Falls.
Belief In the Iasaraaee ef Davie,
Under Arrest For HsNer.
Banks sad CerperaUeas "' '
. " Have aderrhelr An
na al Reperta."Kea
Jaly 84. r .
RaLIioh, Jnly 11. It la learned that
a company with large capital Is to de
velop the water power at 8m Hoy's Falls,
on the Cape Fear river near Lllllngton.
It Is asserted that as much as a million
dollars is to be spent la developing the
power and building factories. :
Mention has been made of the fact
that Lawrence Davis, a young white
man, of Granville county, had been jailed
here, on the suspicion that he aided in
the snorder of old Mrs. Catharine White.
It does not appear that this suspicion
rests upon any thing save the statement
of Lorenso Morris, also In jail, that
Davis hired blm to kill the woman. The
preliminary hearing will be held tomor
row. It Is not believed that any evidence
against Davis will develop. People who
live near where the murder was commit
ted believed Morris to be the murderer
and do not think be had any accessary
either before or at the time. .
Today before a magistrate here the
case of James Plttmaa of Vance county,
an Inmato of the -Soldiers llome here,
for cutting the throat of Pitman Harris,
his cousin, also an inmate, waa heard.
The defense waa self defence. The men
room together, and it Is said that several
weeks ago It was suggested that It was
best to separate them, else there might
be trouble between them Harris ha
been in the Insane asylum here and some
claim he is a dangerous man. He had
Pittman down, being larger and stronger
when the latter cut him.
Governor A'ycock, Secretary of State
Grimes, treasurer Xacy and Auditor
Dixon will attonl the Democratic
State Convention at Greensboro next
Auditor Dixon says all the banks have
sent In reports except 8. All are re
quired to report this month. He says
the corporations are sending in reports
in a very satisfactory way..
Preparations are in progress for the
visit of the committee of the State Lit
erary and Historical Society to Roanoke
Island July 24. A special rata by rail
and steamer has been asked for A
number of speakers have been asked to
talk about certain phases of the Roan
oke settlement and the great celebration
of its anniversary which it is proposed
to have later on. Among these speakers
are Senator Simmons, Congressman
Small, Julian -S. -Carr and Charles F.
Saved From an Awful Fate. I
"Everybody sald.I had consumption,"
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Chambers
burg, Pa. "I was so low after six months
of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever
and Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used It, and was com
pletely c ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure
in the world.and is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections, Guar
anteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. Brtdham's.
July 8. A sad accident happened at
Tarboro last Sunday morning, ' two
brothers, Messrs. Joseph and E. 0. War
ren who were at work In the Fountain
cotton mill formally of this place, while
ia the river bathing were both drowned,
Mr. Joseph who was given to fits was
taken with one while in the water, and
his brother seeing htm about to be lost
jumped In and was drowned also. '
They were formerly farmers till upon
the death of their mother which occcrred
some sixteen months ago, they went to
Tarboro and have been working there in
the Cotton Mill ever since. Their re
mains were . brought to Washington
Monday morning, and in the evening
was brought out here to the old family
graveyard for Interment Two- ladies
and five gentlemen came from Tarboro.
The writer extends his sympathy Id the
bereaved.. ' -V
Mr- W. 0. Ellis spent Saturday and
Sunday In Aydcn vUltlng relatives.'
i Miss Laura JlcUwhoTo of Ayden la
the gudst of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ellis.
Miss Laura B. Snoble has. returned
home from Philadelphia where she has
been visiting her brother. '
We are glad to hear that Mr, Willie
Keel of Grantsboro la the guest of out
esteemed friend, Mr. James E. Taylor.
Hope you a pleasant time Mr, Keel,
i People of this section hare cosameaesd
to house the tobacco crop. ; - - ;
Call at F, 8. Duffy A Co's drug store
snd get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are an
elegant physto. They also Improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the liver and Vowels. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect :
A Gnod Rervine.
Any one whose nerve force I defi
cient and blood impoverished may take
with benefit the yolk of an egg,, well
beaten up In a glass of milk, each
morning, the iron and phosphoric
compounds are In such a condition aa
to be readily assimilated by the system,
aitnougn small in Uinount .
ilOO-Dr. R Detchons's Antt-DIurellc
may be worth to you more than $1C0 If
you hare a child who soils bedJing frt.m
incontinence of water during sVfp.
Cures old and yon alike. It an. a
t' 9 t'-- "o at , !. r Ml C. D.
American Assec'.atlea Presldszt,
Special to Journal. - " r
Ralkiob, July 11. Joha I. Ray of
this city was elected President of th
American Association of Instructors ef
the allad,whch adjourned today to
at Loulsvflla, two years hence.
Promlnenj Citizen Injured.
Special to Journal.
' RALtron, July 11. Charles .G. Latta,
a prominent business man, of thla city
was fatally Injured today In New York.
AbuUdlng containing -900 Ules.of
cotton waa struck by lightning Thnrs
dsy night at Wlnston-Salcm which re-
salted a total loss. .. J., ..: ilU
A gss explosion occurred In the Cam
bria Mill Mine at Johnstown, Pa. where
between 190 and 800 men -were at work.
Only a few were rescued. ' Fire damp
made the work of rescue more difficult
Mt Pelee Is reported to be In eruption
again, uesidents or rt. le France art
panlo stricken and endeavoring to get
out of the country. .
The efforts to extradite Greene and
Gaynor -from Canadian " soil 1 through
Canadian Courts having proved unsuc
cessful See. Hay has appealed to lag
land to ret the men. Thev are fanoU-
cated la the steal for Which Mayor Carter
formerly in charge of the military forti
fication construction at 8avannah. Ga.
Carter was a U. 8. prisoner at Leaven
worth, Kan'. Greene and Gaynor jumped
their bond and went to Canada.
Miss Ethel Roosevelt had a narrow es
cape from Injury at Oyster Bay Thurs
day, while riding with her parents. Bet
ssddle girth broke snd she was almost
thrown to the ground. Her father rea-
cued her before any serious damage was
- Saves a Woman's Life,
To have riven up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lots Crsgg, of Dorches
ter, Mass. For years she had endured
unlold misery from a severe long trou
ble and obstinate cough, "Often," she
Writes,"! could scarcely breathe and
sometimes could not speak. : All doctors
ana remedies railed till I used Dr King's
New Discovery for . Conaussptloa and
was completely cured." 8n flora rrn
vougna, jom, Tbroai and Lung Trou
uio uccu una granq rsaaedy, lor it never
disappoint. Cure Is guaranteed bv CD
Brad bam. Price 6fta and 1.00. Trial
uutiiea tree. ;-
Reply ef Officer Monbsrne.
Ed, JqrjBHAi: I notice ls vesterdav'a
Issue of the Journal that you say -"the
police officer " mentioned In vesterdsv's
Journal aa being negligent, of hi duty,
was it r. juootagne," 4 do not -Infer
from this notice that you Intended to do
me an injustice, but without some ex
planation from me It would do me serf
I will be brief In toy statement of the
facta which caused this - unjust accuse'
lion against me. '- ' t .
About 8 o'clock p. m. Wednesdav Mr.
Land asked me to come up t his , house
or send some one else, aa he waa antici
pating a disturbance of the peace . up
there. I told him as see as I could see
the Chief of Msyor X would come up,
that I could not do so otherwise because
I had express instructions not to leave
my beat for anything unless ordered to
do so from headquarters. I could not
see either the Mayor of Chief until the
disturbance was over. ' ' ; . . ; ? -
If I am to be blamed for obeying ' the
orders 1 received from my superior St
eer then I hare no defense to mal. '
r, ". Very Respectfully : '
R. P. Montacvk. 5
Mother Always Keeps It Hanfrr
"My mother suffered a long time from
aisiressing psinssnd general IU health
due primarily to Indigestion," say L,"W
Spalding, Verona, Mo. s'Two years ago
i got her to try KodoL She grew better
at once and sow, at the age of seventy
six, eats anything she wants, remarking
mat she fears no bad effteta ss she has
her bottle of Kodol handy. Don't waste
time doctoring symptoms. Go after the
cause. If vour stomach la sound vour
health will be good. Kodol restathe
stomach and atrengthens the" body by
digesting your food. It 1 nature's ow
tonic. F. 8. Duffy. , , t
' Tk";Mi 'nndl'tkr Maeblae,'-' "
When ' incu eoiunUHi, nbout i their
hour of tubor." sold a railroad upet
lntendent the other 1 lay, nbey : are
woHt to esCTario that thev hnva to
work tike tunchlnes. Now.' do vnn
know thftt, la very falhiclous com
parison, tor few machines are -worked
more than, eight tutors a day, and the
locomotive!, the crowning glory of
mechanism, to my mind, seldom 'docs
more than Hy6 hours' work a dnw.
nis him struck mo when I saw the
ether day thnt tho locomotives oC the
x-ennsyiTni.i railroad made an aver
age record of 32,480 miles each last
year, or loss than 100 miles a dnv.
white tho nvorfipe run of the New Tort
Central locomotives wos 33631 miles,
and the Wabash' beaded the list with
42,070 milesv'whllQ Lehigh Valley en
gines CovmKl only 23.885 mite each, '
"So It menus It Isn't so. bad to be a
locomotive's-Now Text Ttasea.
":. ,. -. ,, ,;
DISTPvIlSSL-a STC.-UCII till ASE.
permanently eared by ie masterly
power of "Sobvh Amketcas ITaKvnas
Tohic," Invalids need suSot no- lonRor,
becsuae thla gieat remedy Can cure thes
all..; It Is a cure for the whole worlds
stomach weakness snd Indigestion, 'Tile
cure begins with the first dose. TL9 re-
f It bilncs Is iiisrvalonss-1 p-'- ' '.-J
1 uo lait'irt'; tevr (
f'n 1 r Law 1 yr-i 1
5 ' r f-::t is C- ,i hu t 1 (
'! : fur- !. i ,
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' K IC If
I ' iww.ai.aSk
with Uls :T your thnt or
For Cuts, Uashei
i , need only to ajppl: ."
ft few times and the porenesa and Inflammation will
. T get the test results
-;-7f of toft clothwltfi tuollalmeiit and- bind it upon tho
R3 ypu would " i
trrrn all rvr Mu'vouriMuHrvsM at Oi very
rtCEr till E I K VII
diseases among your fowl use
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' - A f ombinatlon of theory and practice, of book stndy and manual work in 3
Engineering, Agriculture, CihemUtry, Electricity, riechanlc Art
and Cotton'ManufaCturlng. Firtl
P Special Courses mOs, Tuition
SO teachers, 809 students, new bnllding for BOO. Write for booklet "A Day
P at the A & M. College.",
v . j. President
: fl THE ' HOHTH CASOLINA
State Normal and I hd tistrial Col lege.
riusical ' '
Of cHprth Carolina,
It. I ."'
fne hundred and wight scholarships.
Free tu&tiou" toteachersand toministers'
sonsJi Loans forthe needy, ' " ...
Z63t Sts-wnt.. 54 Instructors.
New Dormitories, Water -'Works, Cen-
' " t-al lleating Bystem. -
' Fall term begins September 8, 1903."
Address, . 'v ,t' '
; ,- F. P. VENABLE, President, f
U - r CbapbIi TLiul, Nt C.
U." HU INSTRUCTORS. ;
TJfH ( f quipped laboratories, ,
o ; ,v - - Thorough Work.
Tall teviri b'egins September 8th
T s twTWOBfnlof Marie Maataag U.
' I 1m' t Into a (laa half full of wataraad
It will quickly cw a bora laro.
and all Open Sores, 700
yott should saturate apiece
first sign of
Roup. Scmly Im, bumbl.foot or
n or o
lezloea MusUuas UsOsBeat.
'-. 810 North Front Street,
WILMINGTON" - V. V.
- The place to buy jour Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICED h
xForeign and Domestic Granite and
Marble. Lettering and Finish the
Best Send for latest designs. All
work delivered. -";;::,, ;Vv;:. .,.";.
k. Branch yard, Goldsboro, N. C.
X'f !IsA CHKAJSOE, -IS". C
English, Classical, Scientific and ( ommercial for boys and
young men. feventy-one Boarding Fupiia from K even teen
Counties and two States the -psst year. A- Military hrhool
that is mot a machine: wheie xrvsciBKov instead or mjubbrs
is BOuaiiT; where TmniiFTJi, manly, honkbt boys are wanted.
A four years Preparatory Course, giving full and thorough
preparation for College or For Life. Athletics encouraged.
Ubarfres reasonable. Term begins t'ept 8rd. ,
i Write for illustrated catalogue. "
v J. E. DEBNAM, Sapt
Courses ( years), Short Courses (9 year
and room, $10 a term; board $8 a month. 3
GEO. T. WINSTON, Raieign, K. C
Pession opens September 18th. Expenses $100 to $140;
for non-residents of the fieale $180. - Faculty of 18 members
Practice and Observation School connected with the College.
Correspondence invited from those desiring competent teach
ers and stenographers . To secure board In the dormitories all .
free tuition applications sliotild be made before July ISth. -,
, For catalogue and other information address
: ;J ; , A QRKENSBORO, N.J.
:;;;,rffiUatnA,;N.: c , -
Offers 185 graduate and undergradu
ate courses of study. New library fa
cilities, -' laboratory : equipments and
gymnasinni. Number of : .students
doubled In 8 years. .Large number of
scholarships swarded annually. V Loans
made to worthy students. Expenses
very modetate. - ?" :.
For catalogue nddress,
;V. I. W, NEWM,
' ' Kegistrar. .
",Havng secured the service of ex
perienced parties, I am preparl on -short
notice to eiecute Farm, City,
Land and Halt ltoad surveying. Ditches "
Btreets sod Roads laid out and leveled.
Draqgbtlng in all ita branches. Blue
and black prints made. Old maps re- ,
paired and mounted. Topographical
surveying snd plotting.' Drawings and
wokring plans executed promptly. Hew- .
ersre and drainage-planned, laid out
end construction superintend'.!.
II err "CzTit. li. V. ;v.
i rove it's tee best and cheapest. 2 c.-.t
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