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TQS WEEKLY JOURNiL
rahliahed la Two 8etaoni, iwy Teas
Aay ud Friday, at M atkfcdlc Btr, M
CHARLES L. STEVEN! J
Two Mowth..'. Otnta,
Three htaetha, :... T
Sis laVata. 8 ;
Twtlrt Month, tJ
OKLT IS ADVASCX .
Advcrtialagrate faraished trpoa ap
plication a the office, or apoa inquiry
wraa JomtKu. I oalr seat oa pay
la-ad Tanca bun Subscribers will
receive actfe of expiration of Ueir tub-
sen poona ud u immeauua respooae k
notice wul be appreciated by the
Entered at the PotofflceHew Bern
at. C. aa aecoad-claM matter.
Sectloa Two, Friday Aag 8, 108 1
MUST THE CONSUMER PAT THE
The fact that the Pennsylvaala eoal
strike hat been la force twelve weeks,
aad that the toft eoal mlnen who are at
work, ban agreed to pay two million
dollara month to support the bard coal
man, who are holding oat for better
wages, ahowi the continued gravity of
the coal situation.
There ta no Immediate prospect that
the atrlke will end, for the operators oa
their side say, "there It nothing to arbi
What la to be the result of all this
trouble T The operators may not be mak
lag aay thing oa their tide, by no work
la their mines, bat Is not their position
the onlv strong one in the end, from a
The miners may be getting a living by
money from the fond contributed by the
toft coal miners, but nothing more.
The operators, temporarily "oat of
business sre receiving no returns from
their product, and their property may
be depreciating through non-usage-
Bat the time it coming when hard
coal will be again mined, what then?
Simply the shortage In the coal supply
will cause the operators to advance the
price with the claim of "demand."
The demand plea will be true la a
sense, bat the consumer will have to pay
the Increased price two or four dollars
inn mm lut var. and this will not
go to the miners, bat to the operator
and it does not take much figuring to
show that the real cost of the strike
mast be paid In the end by the coal con-
Tho miner suffers hit two or throe
moatha lost la wages, never to bo aside
up, the operator suffers temporary loot
In salaa, which once the strike is oves,
he takes out of the consumer, by charg
ing him an extra price for hit ooaL
Taking all the situation In, It lookt at
if there wu legislation needed which
could determine snd settle inch a strike
situation, and prevent operators from
holding a position, presumably a busi
ness one, yet one which Imperilled the
public's interests, by closing an Industry
which so vitally affects many other In
dustries. CORRECTION OF TARIFF J3
' v ABUSES. G'
Proposed tariff legislation hss always
met with the cry of "why legislate, tad
disturb the manufacturing and fiaaadal
interests of the country, when business
Is moving along smoothly? ? .
Thls plea Is today an altogether ape
clone oae.. i )
With manufacturers working to the
limit of their capacity, and all business
interests in s prosperous condition, there
la every reason for the present as being
the Usae best raited, la nuking some
necessary and much needed oorrectlons
lathe tariff system of the coantry. .
' The Trust evil of today is . without
qaeetloa due to the Tariff, whereby ow
ing to certain laws not enforced. Trusts
are permitted to use each privileges, as
have, created the monopolies which bow
exist la (his eonntry, to th danger of
the interests of the masse of the, peo-
Legislation along tariff lines today, In
correcting where t tfc protection , front
tha tariff-g' avNutply, would, not
causa an) llt or banco la trade centers,
as the count rj.'ii prosperity I to genera
that a modlflottlon of telarlff, epecllr
ly along lines jjctlrg mooopoatjc
properties would prove, except to the
Interest Immediately legislated against,
of real value to all other Interest.
A reduction, area abolition of the
tariff on article now dominated and
controlled by Jhe large corporations,
would prove of inestimable bene
rs tt'. t, to t!.e bcnef.t
' '' 1 ' " - ' f r-i-
lion for tit eorrectloa where
abmoilst,bdeaaeaded by taepabUe
Interacts of IK country, which are dally
aft acted aad will eoatlaa to bo affected
UI they an eometod.
GOOD ROADS QUESTION LOCALLY
Driving about Hew Bera, It weald
seem that the matter of good roads could
receive a local appreeiatloa.
That the roadways ia that dty are ia
asalaarable coadlUoa, ie ooafeaaadon
vary aide, aad jet there asesas to be
aotaiag serloaaly anderUksa for their
Whea a dUaea, aboat to bay a bicycle
for local use, decides to coattaae to walk
instead of riding, because the roads are
too bad for a bicycle, it shows how real
ly bad the ttreeU mast be.
It wu aot many years ago that New
Bera roadways, its city streets, had a
reputation for their superiority, that
wu kaowa at a distance, but today
these streets are ia disgrace to be mea
tioned whea good roadways are consld
Everything which applies to good
roadways la the country, Is appli
cable with greater force to a dty's
Ia fact, to preach good roadways for
the fanner, and for the city to set the
trample by such drivewsys ss are now
to be found In New Bern, is without
force, and ia poor taste.
Certainly the question of good roads
is s matter demanding a local applica
tion to the streets of Mew Bern.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any esse of Catarrh tbat cannot be
cored by Ball's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, toe undersigned, have known F J
Cheney for the hut 15 years, and believe
him pefectly honorable In all business
and financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
Wkht ft Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldirs, Kisnah & Marvin-, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hsll's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood snd mo
coat surfaces of the system. Testimonials
seat free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by
Hsll's Family Pills sre the best,
(The rebab of Palestine la a sort of
XloUn The body la a square franle
Covered with parchment. The Instru
ment la played with a bow. There Is
but one string, a thick, coarse horse
hair, but expert performers can. It la
Bald, get considerable variety of tone
from this primitive Instrument.
"What does this mean, daughter?
Hess la another lot of milliners' and
dressmakers bills. Don't you remem
ber tbat I expressly ordered yon not
to contract any more debts without
"Certainly, papa, but I haven't con
tracted any debts. Oa the contrary,
I've expanded them."
Take s bath la, Haacock's Liquid Sul
phur. They an superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will care
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin dis-
For sale by F. 8. Daffy.
Buccessful Candidate I shan't for
get the promlsea ta virtue of which I
have been elected.
Political Manager- That's right
Soar thorn , in. mind. With a little
brushing .tip they'll probably elect you
tou mow what tou axe taxixg
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because, the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
Is almply iron and ealnlne in a tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 56c
A Caaeeaalra Im Pries.
"People in frontier towns, said a
Klondike pioneer, "get used to paying
big money for trifles, and $2 for a box
of sardines and $5 for a pound of bad
coffee become reasonable prices. ' I
kicked once upon a time because the
price asked waa too smalL It was like
this: I bad a Jumping toothache, waa
nearly- wHd with- H, when I went to
the ahanijr where, Iwaa told then was
a dentist -, A rough looking fdlow told
mo that be waa it, and I asked him to
draw my tooth. , He, looked me over,
got hi forceps fastened on my tooth
and yanked it oat after a couple of
hard twists.. ? -Wr - :) ?,
. ""How much? I asked.
"Weli, $2, I guess,' said the dentist
' T, pld him, although my Jaw still
ached pretty badly. ,
M That's the cheapest thing I've seen
around here,' I said,
"Well,' ho said, 1 thought I'd make
it low because, en account of the bad
light I polled the wrong tooth.' "
. "I bad-to- go- the next -day ta have
the Jbad tooth out. and he made mat
ters aquare by charging me $10."
Kew, ork Trlbana,
I H Wafle piealokiag last month my U
year-old boy wu poisoned by tome weed
or plant, says W H Dibble, of Blonx
City, Ia. "He rubbed the poison off kit
hand into hi eye and for a while we
were afraid h Would lose tight, Finally
t neighbor recommended DeWltt'a Witch
Hazel Balva. The first application helped
t: a and In a few day he was as well as
ever," For akin dtseates, cats, bum,
trays, wounds, Insect bites, DeWIit't
V.'I'.cU Hazel Ealve it tare cure. Hc'levc
-" t once. Eeware of Conntcrfc'ts.
DZissfj chat yes cat.
Thai preparation contains all of tbe
oigeaianu ana aigesta ail ainda of
Itjoa. It gives lrMUaaralleftndnarer
fails to cure. It alio we vow to eat all
the food you want. Tbe moat sensitive
stomach can tafco it. uy ita use many
thousands of dyspeptics bar been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevent forma uonoi gas
ach. relievlnc ail distress
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
It cut kefs
tvaiar ym comd
rrvpuTdnaiyb? aa ixwmaooi, Ublrut
' ft. T)U FT A CO
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
A Fall and Eathaslasuc Hcctiog of Prom
Special to Journal.
KALXiaa, Aag 5. The Dasaoeratlc
Sute commiUe atet late this afternoon
aad was fully attended. Seaator Sim
mons was elected chairman by a rising
vote. Ha was givaaan ovatioa aad
made a stirring speech. He declared the
Democratic party waa never In belter
fighting shape la North Carolina.
P. M. Pearsall, secretary of the com
mittee being unable to serve longer, re
signed snd wss thanked by rising vote
for his services snd the chairman In
structed to choose a secretary himself.
Alexander J. Field, of Raleigh was
A central committee composed of 40
members wss elected.
Election Board Chosen.
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, Aug. 5. Tbe Election
Board for Craven coaaty, selected by
the State central committee now In
session is composed as follows:
Democrats, J. J. Baxter, stark Disot-
Republican, J. L. Hahn.
Judge Gray Fatally Injured.
Special to JoarnalJ
Raleioh, Aug. 5. A apecial from
Ex-Judge Joha Gray fell down stairs
at his home today and broke arm and
leg, and also sustained a fracture at the
base of tbe skull. There Is no hope ol
Tla lad toi Hiw Uwyy BagM
Erastoa C ModerweU of Chicago re
celved the highest pension awarded
aay old soldier during the session of
congress just closed.
IL Leon Bourgeois, the new speaker
of tie French chamber of deputies, Is a
comparatively young man, having been
born In Paris in 1851.
William C. Whitney of New York
ha given a handsome house and lot to
the physician who attended Mrs. Whit
ney In her long Illness.
Francis Murphy, tbe temperance ad
vocate, has become a resident of Cali
fornia. He has a beautiful home there,
bat he ha not quit fighting tbe drink
Edwin F. Hamlin, secretary to Gov
ernor Crane of Massachusetts, has
served In a similar capacity under ten
previous governors. He has held the
office for twenty-seven year. .
Judge Dngro of New York u said to
be the richest judge in America, his
wealth being estimated at several mil
lion. Though only forty-aeren, he baa
been on the bench for sixteen years. .
Harry Mason ScoveL for fifty yean
In the newspaper business In Chicago
and other cities, has laid aside hi
work, at least temporarily In the lint
named city, on account of falling eye
night Winiara T. Evans, whose palatial
residence, Wentworth Manor, . near
Montclah-, K J, waa once the home of
George lanes, the artist, ha one, of
the moat costly private art galleries In
Charles B. Smith of East Providence,
Mas, aged eighty, is one of the four
men who alone eacaped from the
steamer Lextagton, which burned. In
Long Island sound Jan. 13, 1840, with
a loss of 200 Uvea. ; .
Jonathan Little of Blddeford, Me, Is
one of the most peraistent souvenir
hunters In the United Btates. When
Prince Henry was here, he secured his
autograph, which wss written directly
under that of McKlnky in his collec
tion, and he also has splinters of the
floor where the president stood when
be waa shot
Women and Jewels.
. Jewels, candv. flower, man tbat It
the order of a woman 'a preference.
Jewel form a magnet of mighty . power
to tbe average woman. Even that great
eat of all Jewels, health, 1 often ruined
in the strenuous effort to make or eav
the money to purchase them. If a wo
man will risk fcer health to get a coveted
gem, then let her fortify herself against
the Insldoous consequences of coughs,
colds and bronchial affections by the
regular use of Dr. Boschee's German
Syrup. It will promptly arrest con
sumption In It early stages and heal the
affected lung snd bronchial tabes and
drive the dread disease from the system.
It I not a core-all, but It la. a certain
Can for cocglit, cold and all bronchial
troubles. You can get this reliable reme
dy at F S Bury'. .
CtC'-i'if;'-' 1 V o
GoTencr Aycock Censure For Par-
dot of CoiTict Daley.
Hospital for Insaao Ovar-erewaad.
- A Navy Deserter- Arrested.
had Conditioner Ziaca-v
y tlea Ia U State at ;.
Large. Hotel "
Baldsi, Aag. 5. The atate elsctsoa
board was agala la aaaaloat today. Tea
terday ft elected the BepnbUcan saeaabor
of each of the county boards. Today
elected the two Democratic
each of these board a
The Democratic executive committee
met here today, to elect a chairman and
The pardon of Daley, oae of the three
"gold brick'' swindlers. Is not at all
relished by the public. All the com
ments oa It heard today were unfavor
able. It appear that there are In the Insane
hospital here about 80 Idiots, imbeceles.
doUrtds, etc who really ought to be In
the county homes, to make wsy for
curable inane. There sre s number of
violent cases which seed treatment. The
director meet tomorrow aad will con
sider this matter. They are giving more
and more attention to It. It needs ear
nest and prompt action.
It is learned that the sawmill of B. F.
Aycock, a brother of the governor, near
Pikeville, Wayne county, waa burned
Adolphua Russell, s young ssilor,who
deserted from his ship at Norfolk and
returned to hla home here, was nabbed
last night snd wss sent back this morn
ing, last week Alonzo Alford was
caught here and sent back.
Gentlemen from Edgecombe county
who are here say the crops are Buffering
from drought, and assure me that a
good rain has not fallen since May 1.
Mention was made of the fact that of
tbe 12,000 children of nchool age In
Robeson county 2,048 can neither read
nor write. Bad as this Stale of affairs
is, it it better than in the State at large.
In tbat county only one child in 0 can
not read or write, "State Superintendent
Joyner said today, "In the State at large
on an average one white child In four
can neither read nor write." The pub
lication in regard to illiteracy in Kobe
son is attracting attention. What tbe
State Superintendent now says will at
tract even more.
Arrivals, G. W. Ward, Elizabeth City;
A. Worthy, J. A. Bryan, New Bern;
W. H. Powell, J. W. B. Battle, Tarboro;
W. B. Rowan. Washington.
All Were Saved.
For years I suffered such untold mi
sery from Bronchitis," write J H John
ston, of Brougbton, Oa., "that often I
wss unsble to work. Then, when every
thing else failed, I was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tlon. My wife suffered Intensely from
Asthma, till It cured her, and all oar ex
perience goes to show it it tbe best
Croup medicine In the world." A trial
will convince you It's unrivaled for
Throat and Lung disease. Guaranteed
bottle 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free
at C. D. Bradiiam'a.
THREE EYED ANIMALS.
BTew Zealand Pwmntaea
Theae Rrmarkable Cnalm.
' There is no more interesting country
In the world to n biologist than New
Zealand, and to Professor Dendy la
due tbe credit of having made some
very valuable original researches la
regard to some of tbe more character-
tstic fauna of the country.
Nearly every one haa heard of tha
tuatara, the curious, iguanalike look
lng creature now found on only one oi
two islands off tbe coast of New Zea
land and supposed to be the oldest liv
ing type of animal on the face of the
globe. One of the moat curious fea
tures is an organ on the head which
at one time was spoken of as the
pineal eland, but which Dr. Dendy dis
covered to be In reality a third eye.
Bis paper on tbe subject caused the
greatest interest in scientific circles,
and, as an illustration of tbe way in
Which research is specialized nowa
days, it may be mentioned that while
Dr. Dendy devoted himself to the
study of the third eye one distinguish'
ed English biologist is "working out"
the skeleton, another the kidneys, etc.
More recently Dr. Dendy haa discov
ered another New Zealand creature
possessing a third eye. Thi is the New
Zealand lamprey, a favorite article of
food among the Maoris. The third eye
Is situated right on top of the head
and is covered with a thin coating of
skin. It Is doubtful whether it la now
or sny practical use for seeing, but Dr.
Dendy believes that at one time, far
back in the world's history, there were
two eyes on the back of the lamprey's
head. He is farther of the opinion that
at one time the tuatara also had two
eyes where now only one remains. In
the tuatara It Is the left eye which has
survived, while in tbe lamprey It la tbe
The English lamprey bns only two
eyes and is to that extent inferior to
its New Zealand congener, but it baa
Its compensations, for raa it not re
corded in our history books at school
that an English king died from eating
too many lampreys? Melbourne (Aus
tralia) Argus. ;
aUt Arlaawa. .
Arizona exceeds in area tbe follow
ing ten states: Rhode Island, Dela
ware, Connecticut New Jersey, Mas
sachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont
Maryland, West Virginia and South
Carolina. ; . ' '
Whence came that sprightly step.fault
less skin, rich, rosy complexion, smiling
face. She lookt good, feels good. Here's
her secret, tihe a set Dr. King's Now
Life Pills, ' Result, all orgam active.
c"-'.!on pood, no beaches, no cHnee
far"Llu;s." Tty Ciena youi.wf. On!y
The Bpe'4kaa caap'gatxtook
for ltd has baca imw.X It tgaore
the principal Issues aador dlaeaa-
The cholera splaoml hv snhsVfltg in
Maafla, Vat tncreaaiag la the other parta
Gataaay will laws est her naval fore
hn0tawsa. - . f.
Twenty stndaata, young ma aad
esaem hava aeon expelled trots Us
HsrtkwsrUra CaJvaratty at Xvaaaua,
Dt, for isaaaoraltty aad gambllag.
. v . - . i - - , -
Ajcabtahop Ireland of the Catholic
caerca has saade a seats! in by defend
ing the United Btalet government la the
siDUlaioB of the Friars from thePhU-
liplne lalanda. . ;
Aa eloping couple have undertaken
to walk from Rlchaaoad, Va to Dayton
Ol Tbe man was 27 yean of age and the
lady 17. They had very little money.
Naw York people wen thoroughly
frightened Boaday by the appearance of
a very black cload which lowered over
the city. A terrlfflc storm ofwiad aad
hail occurred canatag eoasiderable dam
The Russian go vera meat denies that
I making , war on American
Mrs. Nell Campbell, the Chicago
woman arretted for starving a child was
arraigned before , the criminal . court
Monday aad It was ascertained that she
had bean carrying on her nefarious bas
inets of killing small children. c She hat
been known to have caused tbe death of
Commodore Joseph Montgomery, a
Confederate Naval Commander I dead
at tbe home of hla aoa In Chicago. He
was one of the moat prominent of
Southern naval fighters aad had the dis
tinction of having nearly captured Gen.
At the. Vance county Republican con
vention, Monday, colored mea conduct
ed tbe entire proceedlnga. Only one
white delegate wu (present and he did
nothing but vote.
Captain McRea, of the gunboat Ma-
chlaa, has cabled tbe Navy Department
that the outbreak In Haytl I practically
R. Hoe A Co., manufacturer of print
ing presses, have been served with sum
mons aad complaiat In s suit for (25,000
damages brought by Rudolph Gartea
burg, who alleges that while actiageaa
pall-bearer at the faaeral of Rabbi Jos
eph he was struck by a brick In the
hands of one of Hoe A Co's. employes.
A cyclone visited St Cstherines, Out ,
and caused great destruction, several
The Coachmen' Union of Trenton, N.
JL, have declared against the custom of
driving for Saaday christening, wed
ding aad funeral. , . ; l
"The battle la tlU being fought det-
parately,1' la the word received at the
State departaaeat frost Colombia, South
Africa. The cItH aad Insurgent troopt
are at fierce war. Th place of the en
gagement Is at Agua Da lot and the revo
lutlonlsts are the attacking party. The
government troops are the strongest,
It I estimated that between 150,000
and 200,000 visitors an at Atlantic City,
N. J. Tbe hotels sad boarding houses
are crowded almost beyond their capaci
ty and in some cases tents have had to
be pat ap. !-.::
. Then I much dltgact expressed by
people of Chariot ta because a merry-go-rouad
waa allowed to operate at Latta
Park Suaday. -Several arret ta hava been
made aad then la an exciting time prom
laeaV-' ; .'.- 4m- i;A-r,;,.i'
V.,,, Look rtestglfl;'f" ;
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
O, can do o now, though for yean he
couldnt , becaua he Buffered untold
agony from the wont form of Indigest
ion. All physician and medicines failed
to help him till he tried Electrio Bitten,
which worked such wonden for him
that be declares they an a godsend to
aafferen from dyapeptla and stomach
troubles. Unrivaled for disease of the
Stomach, Liver aad Kldaeyt, they build
ap ana give new Mie to tat whole sys
tem. Try them. Only 50c . Guaranteed
by C. D. Bradham, druggist, : , . k
':,? C: : ., i -" '" v'
mm star sTawstgaaatw,' '. :
' Marshal Ney waa the son of a hard
working cooper, and had risen from tbe
ranks of the army. He was a child pf
the people, and -whatever may have
been his vanities be threw them all
aside in his last days. .
When he was led out to death, an of
ficer ordered a bandage tied ever bis
eye. ?sVr.;'fv ;-i4:v;
. "Why should you do thatr said Ney.
"Haven't I been accustomed for twenty-five
yean to look bullet and cannon
balls In tbe faceT" s - -
He himself ordered the soldier to
fire, standing and facing tbem. ""'
Ills career summed op in one life tb
spectacular heroism of the past
"It Feeds t Torlc' ":
. There are times whea your liver needs
a tonic. Don't give purgatives that gripe
snd weaken, DeWltt's Little Early I.lsert
expel all poison from the system and act
aa ionic to the liver. W colt, CS1 High
land ave., Helton, Ha. ty; "I have car
ried DeWltt'a Li:.!e It'r r.J'-nwf.h
me for tereral yenrtand wc-.U rot bt
wl'.hont t' "tu" C '1 a-le'-y totr' t
pff'y v" ' "a. i:-y.r rr, '. scr
are '. .; : :.v: ;:'i'rt'Sgxjg
., . ... . i n..hu Maataaa) Unit a.
an easv wav -
" , ... k
and a euro way to treat a case of Sore
Throat in order to kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action ia to
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonful of ' y
' . Mexican lMuatang
iv1 with tLU CA'itl'iia timal t fraqiMat tBAarrala.
.. The I tmttm ttn. mi f tbitiai thoroughly with the llnl- I
mut Kit-t ktu-f duinx tUuinxtr max uti a soft okith aad wrap
- aiMiaJUioB.el(,''ltujA ItJUrriViaCUBaV
- ' ' J C3c": COc ax. . C i VotUe.
t-r SSSV DC VAfl hav4 l r 1 n tmuljud with a running
IT HAY BE TOU "ur i....t k -t o. with Meat.
aaaMturlnni li'i-tT"'" '-f1 J"" - 't-t---"1 "y cuf
Costs Cnlj 25 cents
Or matt It ctata U C
W kmknM Dr. HoCMt's TXKTHIHA rTMMaa Vtowtan) m aaa lu ant iatradactioa to Um pattts
at tad M m anprUtorr mmtoclM, b4 ar Md ia k kaa Maaillr UMKM4 IMai rr to rar utU oar ataan
mom aamat to tw m thrw kaaond mm far raw, waiek a a atr uraaa itato l BMrll aaSllMiaUntellaaa
b (Mag to to toatkan at Ika aoaalrr, tor tktr aay aatalac aSarlaallj aiaaaaaia) tka aSarta ol taataauaw'l
kotaaa or hwhhmh ap ajikitlj tka unalat toddaal to watalaa.
V . - y . , . , in liknaaj MHau vituu iaa. waawaua vracvaaa.
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A combination of theory and practice, of book study snd manual work in
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awl as, Oil at a e ' ' ' - r -.
asavwiua rnanuiaciHnng. Full Courses (4 years), Hhort Course (a year),
8pecial Courses (3 mos.). - Tuition and room, $10 a term; board $8 a month.
80 teachers, 860 student new building for C00. Write for booklet "A Day
J at the A &M. College. , .9 , .
v . tTcsiacnt ucu. I. winsiun, KaieiFn, n. u
To '? tbe : Democratif
Voters of Craven
I respectfully announce ' that 1 am a
candidate for the office of Clerk pf lae
Superior Court of Craven county,' aub-
ect to the action of lb Democratic
To the Democracy of my county I de
sire to ( exprest my sincere thanks for
the generoua aupport gives my candidacy
heretofore. . . i , 1 1
t ' . m - Very truly, t
To the. Vtmocr&tic
Voters of Craven
County: ' -
I hereby announce rnyseU m
Candidate for the office of Sheriff,
subject to the pcrrjocratio rrimft-
nes. - --.
.- For Cale or Kent. '.
. I offer for sale or rent my entire Farm
and complete accessories. Will sell
cheap for cash or gilt edge securities, or
Will rest the farm, toiling tha Imple
rtents and team to th right man at
kvlng tu-e, - . v . , j
Call or aJdrese,
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tfc thnnl Trwsbks el
Aids IMftsuea, Rcjuiatcs
In DwwcUa atrtagttita
th Child tad Make
J. MOFFCTT, M. D ST. LOUIS. MO.
lium. 0. Rof . la MS
810 North front Street,
WILMINGTON,; - - N. ('.
The place to boy jour Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICES. Ir
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
Marble. Lettering and Finish the
Best Send for latest designs. All
Branch yard, Ooldsboro, N. C.
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X,Jk GRAXIGE, S. .
English, Classical, BelentlAe and Commercial for boys and
young men. Feveuty-one lioarding Pupil from reveoteen
Counties and two (Mate th at year. A Military School
tliat la aoT a roach Inet where arraoiBKOT instbad or kdmbbxs
sooauTj where moTiiniL, maki.T, borkst boya are wanted.
A four year Prejiaratury Course, giving full and thorough
preparation for College or For Ufa. Athletic encouraged.
Charges reasonable.; Term begins Kept. 8rd.
! TrVrlU for llluttrated calalogue. - i
"I ; ".j , J. E. DCBNAM, Sspt.
To the Democratic
voters of Graven
- county: ; ;
I hereby announce myself a Can
didate for County Surveyor, subject
to the Democratic Primaries. " ' r
j Josiafi Tingle.
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nefrleorati rs, Water ( oolors, Ice
Cream Freeew, Screen D ore, Win
dow Scmna, Oil and Cook Stoves,
Kangot, Lime, Content,, Plaster,
Paints, Oil, Varnish, Putty, Hath,
Doors, lllinda, Cutlery anil all the
useful articles ninally found Id an
Up-to-data Uardwara Storo,
-And all Kindt of
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