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Weekly Crop Bulletin. f
The Weekly Onp llulletln for ths !
weekending ,Y. unlay, -ept. 2Dlh, Ib aft
' Tlic past week lias been a decidedly
favornhlir )! in almoRt every respect;
outdoor wink . advanreil rapidly ear
ly Id tint wei k, uinl liemnficinl rains Ihe
latter port ion ran-r.il m -toll Imp nvi-ment
Id Hid couitiil.in of late rrup-i. The tcm
pvrHluii! was cmilliinally above normal
during llio wick, tlie mean averaging
nearly 7 d'-ree dally In nxivm; lli't la-it
few days especially weie very warm.
Fine rains occurred on tbo 25th and
20th which appear to have been nearly
general over the State, but were heav
iest In tho central-cast portion.! The
rainfall was very beneficial to turnips,
late lrUh potatoes and pastures, and was
generally sufficient to place-soil Id good
condition for plowing, though for the
latter pnrposc more rain would not be
Picking cotton bus progressed) quite
rapidly under favorable conditions;
practically about three-fourths f the
open cotton has been picked out; the
- warm ; weather has caused very i rapid
opening of the rcmaicHii; bollsj,and a
few, correspondents slato that much of
the cotton just opening' falls out. badly.
Ia some localities the yield of cotton is
belter than anticipated, bat as a whole,
previous reports of a short crop scorn
amply justified. Gathering old Corn is
underway ;late bottom land corn la about
mature, and will give a fine yield. 1 Fod
der has all been placed In shock.
The cutting of tobacco In northern
counties where much remains in the
fields Is being pushed, and the crop con
tinues to cure well. Turnips are doing
nicely. The crop of peas Is short, but a
fine yield of hsy Is being, cut and cured
under favorable conditions. Rice Is
about all cut on the lower Cape Fear
river and Is an exceptionally fine crop.
Fall plowing, and sowing winter wheat
and oats are underway; some oats have
come up nicely.
N. B. As the crops are now practi
cally betond the Influence of weather
conpitlons, the Issue of the Weekly
Crop Bulletin will cease with this num
ber. - . '!( I " "'-
Nefro Burned Alive.'
Corinth, Miss'.,' Sept. JO.-rTota Ola
alias Will Gibson, was burned at the
stake in the public street here yesterday
afternoon for the murder 'and assault of
Mrs. Carrie Whitfield. " s .
IS COMING S
Wfiman'i (rreateat dream of twnttr aod
! wlion naiur na caom per n
alert and her nature the flnett she tore-
come ttiothsr. Everv faculty 1 keenly
seet the toy, the ambition, the success and
tne iue-ionfr saiMiactioB cominK,
nearer, day by day, in the dear ana Innoeeni
being; o soon to see light, and the very
unoercaincy wnecner ane snaii ks wmi
Rlrl face or a brave boy face betide her on
le piliw, add teas M bee expectancy.
Then, if aver, bo thonld take care el bar
1 ' Dhyalcal, mental and moral health. i
iMOTHER'S 1-RltND applied asternal
tnrouihout pregnancy will relieve the pain
of narturltlon. and no mother and child
tner ana enuu vm
(ail to be healthy, hearty, ktrong, clear com.
' nUvlnned. tinre blooded, calm nerved'and
r. hearty, atrona. clear com-
Dlealoned, pore blooded, calm nenred and
hMrful In riisnAiiltlon. who are mutually
Inrlnenced for months by the continued nes
o( Mother's Friend. . .. j
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For InfanU and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMt CeTU KWI MIW MTV.
KEEP A PUSB1NG.
The Carnival Week Will Be Here Soon
And Will Need Our Strenu
rrospeclB for an enjoyable time next
week grows 1r. 'liter an ihe lime draws
near. The man igi'in. are highly pleased
with their success In securing attrac
tions and can give ample assurance that
there will be a largo crowd In attend
ance. Merchants should remember that no
pains have been spared to advertise the
carnival Large and vivid colored post
ers have been liberally placed in all of
the adjoining counties and towns. All
the stores in the small towns for a dis
tance of nearly 100 miles are placarded
with announcements of the coming fete
and also the Journal has carried the
news to the many towna which this
announcement will be likely to affect
If the attendance should on any account
be small it will not be because the affair
was no! advertised.
The management desire to impress the
fact on the mind of the business men
that the carnival Is as much for their
benefit as for the Elks themselves. This
affair will bring an Increased trade to
the city and the wide awake merchants
profit very much by this show and they
should not bo niggardly In meeting the
requests of the soliciting committee.
The committee Is having very good
success in tbelr Interviews with the
merchants and they believe that the bus
iness men generally will welcome the
carnival, not only as an amusement
enterprise, but as a business stimula
One of the beautiful scenes which the
visitors will have the privilege of wit
nessing a miniature volcano imitating
Mont Felee. A very good idea of that
terrible destruction will be given twice
during the Carnival.
Another high priced attraction Is the
high diver who dives from a height of
60 feet Into the water. He .does bta act
each day of the . Fair and gots for his
week's engagement 200.
There should not be any reason why
New Bern cannot have a bang ap good
Carnival., If any one ever regrets any
thing after the show Is over It will be
because he did not see each separate and
distinct attraction ot the show; and lie
will have only himself to blame for
that. .. 11 .,' r-"-
? " 'Bryan-WUleWrlnt
The following item from the Klnston
Free Press will be of Interest to the
friends of the persons married
r-"Mr, vH. Mi Bryan and Mrs. Anna
r Wfllenbrluk, of New Bern, were married
r5 -t the. tfoftttnJUt v,m.miva tjutaw Inst
:"t uiuure twelve u uuw, niT, a, u. wi-
trans performed the ceremony. It was
supposed that it was a runaway match,
or romantic at any rate, as the parties
came up from New Bern this morning,
and also they were especially anxious to
keep It from the newspapers. The con
tracting patties stated their v ages at 38
sad 87 years respectively.
New York Herald, Jane OtbJ
' ' The , costumes of "A Wise" Woman
company, which were seized by the cus
tom aotnorities several days age, were
today released duty free and entered as
"tool of trade." They are exquisite pro
ductions ot the , Parisian modiste's art
and will simply set the ladies wild with
delight who have the pleasure ot seeing
this attraction; ' ''
Tomhstone In his Cellar. ; '
Lancaster, Pa , ' Bept. Sg.Josepa P.
Keener; a well to do farmer, who died a
few daya ago, kept the tombstone, ready
inscribed, In his cellar.. It will be placed
at his grave to-morrow.
Bears tho . t
Signature Xt j
f FEWM IKE CHAT.
Mrs, Bennett of RochJanOj, near Catv
ttebar. Ireland, who was already the
Matter eg lghte children, Ui given
WrU to triplets. s
The Irtt day Vls Sue K. Btraas
"hung out bar shingle" to prectlee
law at Mnitiwst,ra, ah was retained
In atveav flif rawt taaea. ' i.
The Msa.kto.wsi ot Dufftrla,
daughter ag-Mr. DaviseX Hrwler. U
ot oUj all accomnUsM rJanlat, but
a thorough connoteeeorpi-china.
Knld Dieftecv at granddaughter of
Chariea Dtcfcao 1 jrtming fame In
literary and art (antes to, London. She
la the wife ec BrMaSuroalac Harks
ier. : . s
Mrs. Elisabeth -BlavHo Archer, iwho
died In latesnv af aae . aecently, was an
eyewltnea tka gimat naval fight be
tween the Cbaaapeakaiuid Shannon off
Salem during th war esTiSlZ,
Hla BernJca P. Chagnry M Kaah
vUle, Tenn, la ta awst- awar ot tbe
Gregor Tali Bteekteaad- M Crayon
company and -holds Hnambav oC pat
ents on blackboard, crayooa and eras
ers. , ' ;
Mrs. Agnea Cannon is one ot toe
prominent sofrxagtstt ' ot ialt Lake
City. Utah. In ISM eke and Aer no.
band ran ea oppaalWiaittial is elec
tion as state eeaatoit seat eaoa Cannon
waa tne immm fii mws t .
Bartorf says that ajsswaM Ufa ec
neneU and ant Isfn smaeanil. ate
qols del OrUlevmas Mat wntra
diction ot the aaglD taai not anasstage
u ue promaaon laasnjsjaistsis Ob
huabaod and 't ftlirngjtntns ami
abs. Henry w. Oeodan; A Jrlt ot
the bflnd chaplain ot the he ot tep
reeenta tires, anaraairld iavaaelr mem
bers of congress the Tart pdrllegB of
entering the speaker's tabbr While Con
gress is In session. She aceecnpanles
her husband every oaf te the 'capttol.
and the chaplain remains- until she
calls to take him away.
Cotton sold on
terday at 8 5-16.
the local market yes-
Father George has been confined to
his bed by malarial troubles the past ten
Messrs O. H. Gulon, J. W. BIddle and
It. A. Nunn will address a political
meeting at Croatan Saturday after
There were very large tobacco breaks
at the warehouses yesterday. Fully 40,-
000 pounds were sold at very fair prices
The quality of tobacco received here Is
A No. 1., dealers who are experts say.
Our genial friend, James H. Pottle, of
the Brotherhood Wine Co., blew Into
New Bern last night, carrying a bag full
or new jokes In one hand, and a bottle
of his famous old 5 x rye In the other.
Hon. Lee S. Overman, of Salisbury.
candidate for the U. S. Senate to succeed
Sen. J. C. Prltchard, was in the city yes
terday enroute from Morehead to Pol-
locksvllle. lie .made addresses at both
places and returned to New Bern last
The registration books for the Novem
ber election will be open October 2nd
and on Saturdays October 11th, 18th and
S6th. The registrars will be In their
respective polling places from 9. a. m.
till sunset. It Is Important that every
one should be registered and It Is earn
estly hoped all will attend to this at
Some of the residents of Carteret and
Pamlico counties are agitating the build
ing of a railroad from Beaufort to a
point where connections may be made
to the New Bern and Pamlico railroad
now In process of construction.: The
road will be about 40 miles long and will
traverse a part of Carteret that will be a
good feeder to the Bayboro road. The
scheme Is excellent and should pre
vail. Rightly Namd.
The attendance at the Academy of
Music last night was not large but th ose
present had the satisfaction of witness
ing the best play that has ever bean pre
sented here. "Reaping the Harvest"
was its title, and no one can say that Is
has not been rightly named. "Reaping
the Harvest" Is like unto a breath of
fresh air in the theatrical world, and
the wish of those who witnessed It last
night la, that it may meet with the suc
cess it deserves. Danville, Va. Register
Eight Months Base BalL
Next wlnwr the Legislature of Missis
sippi will probably , be asked to consider
a bill to prohibit the game of base ball
between September 1 and, December 81.
t is laid that when the season for cot
Ion picking arrives the negroes become
profoundly . Interested, in baseball. In
one little . town . the , other , day i nine
games Of baseball , were In progress at
one time, thereby taking 162 men from
the cotton fields, without counting the
spectators, . 'As the negroes keep their
ball teams organized the year 'round In
some ot the cotton regions, it is held
that they pen get enough of the game In
eight months of the year.
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Maitland, FiA,OeUbe 10th, 1901 -Tho
Hancock Liquid Bulphnr Co.', Baltl-
more,.Md. ' . ;". ?' .-,',, ' $j i
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thirty years, have tried many remedies
prescribed by various physicians, but to
nothing has the disease yielded so read
ily as to Liquid Bolphtjb. I think If
need properly It Is undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema. I have prescribed It for
others with most satisfactory results.) I
consider It the best' remedy for cuta
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regard it as ths greatest medical discov
ery of the age. '
' Respectfully yours, f t
W. A. HEARD, M. D."
For sale at.F, 8. Duffy's. - f
Hew York Democrat j
Saratoga, Sept ' M'-D. B. Hill arrived
here at ten o'clock His morning, when
the Democratic Stste convention was
fairly ' begun Parker still refuses to
run. Color's chances seem to bawa-
"r" BETWEEN HEATS.
Oeorgena, 2:07, died recently.
' It Is Prince Direct, 2:0714, now.
The Bomaa la no longer unbeaten.
Cresceue Is still emphatically king.
The four-year-old filly Bene Wise,
J21. by Wiggins, 2Jfc rece&Uy
trotted in 2:144 st Lexington, Ky.
George Starr was unable to get Bay
Star, 2.-08, to the races. Sbe naa a
bowed tendon that will probably keep
her off the turf for good.
There are three fast pacers out this
season by tne dead quartermaster,
2:21tt-Daphne Dallas, 2K1TK; Quar
teretake, 2:1 IK, and 8t Riga, 2:13)4.
DoUy BldwelL 28V4, and Polndex-
ter, 2 00, were foaled on adjoining
farms in Scott county, Ky. J. L. Foln
dexter, breeder of the latter', died last
Ella Lee, 2:15, the Dexter Prince
mare which won the 2:19 trot at Co
lumbus, O., Is a Palo Alto product and
out of Extra, by Electioneer. Her dam
Is a sister of tbe famous filly Express
Tim Murnen has purchased a farm
of alxty-elgbt acres just opposite tbe
Ketcham farm, near Cresceus station,
northwest of Toledo, O., and will set
tle down there. He will probably breed
a few trotters.
A Monster Crr.b.
'Th9 largest crub In tbo wcrld," says
& Chinese paper, "has been sent from
Japan to tbe American Museum of
Natural History. Its body Is about the
site of n large dinner plate, and Its
two great arms .would go around a
man, Tbe longest measurement ef the
whole Is twelve feet The jointed
limbs resemble bamboo and carry
spines and hooks as well as claws,
The crab Is said to disguise Itself to
Imitate be sea bottom by sticking
pieces of sponge and seaweed on Its
body with ft glutinous saliva."
Beartth. . " T1 King Yol Haw Wwavt BoM
Prevented a Panic In Wall Street.
New York, Bept 29,-The J. Pierpont
Moriran Comnanv prevented a crash in
Wall street today by putting twenty mil
lions Into the market, including five mil
Hons of anticipated dividends of the
United States shares.
Strikers Mob Train.
Shamokln. Sept. 29. Five hundred
heavily armed strikers held up a North
ern Central miners accommodation train
near Green Ridge this morning and
wouldn't allow the trainmen to take
twenty non-unionists to work.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
Is slmplv iron and quinine In a tasteless
orm. No cure no pay. Price 59c.
Fewer Men at Work.
Tamaaua. Sept. 29. Largo Increases
j mm nxnecte.1 In the non-strikers ranks
this morning by the operators, but not
man deserted. If anything less men are
at work today than last week.
English Miners May Strike.
Jlew Castle, 8eot. 29. A movement
baa been inaugurated among the
Northumberland miners for a general
ertrike as a protest aealnst the coal
New York Police Shake Up.
New York, Bept 29. Police commls
nkmer Partridge announced a big shake
up la the department today. He tranaj
ierred four captains, and two inspectors
Stan ths Ttw Kind Yoa Haw Always Bought
French Miners, 8 Hours.
French miners voted to demand
Sgbt-hour day thlsto inolude time taken
ifetr meals and in going tq and from their
Gen. Alger Goes to the Senate,
Saginaw, Mich., 8ept. 87. Governor
Bliss tonight tendered the United States
ssttatorshlp made vacant by the death
of Hon. James McMillan, to General R.
A. Alger, of Detroit, former Secretary
of War In President McKInley's cabi
Terrific Rains in Texas.
Houston, Texas, Sept- 27 During the
past twelve hours there has been a terri
fic rainfall over the whole of south and
a por tlon of east Texas which has done
great damage to the open cotton.
TiirkTsh troops are being dispatched
into the Interior ot Macedonia to quell
y Russia to Evacuate.
The Russians have started to evacuate
Manchuria. - - '
: Empty Barrel Was Dangerous, f
Woodstown, N. J. flept. 20. By the
explosion of a catsup barrej which had
formerly bean used for alcohol, Walter
Watson, of , Yorketown, was- severely
burned bout the head and face this after
novn. i :' ' " - - -'' i, i
'; Treasury's Record-Breaker.
? Harrbbnrg, Pa Sept. 26. With $21,
000,000 already collected and turned Into
the State Treasury and, the assurance
that tho present fiscal year will make It
422,000,000, all records ot that office will
be broken. . e i
; ; Rainy Season Begins;
The ; rainy season In Nicaragua has
started, bat ia four months late, :
' .-" '! ;,:
s?t Gen. Chaffee's Retflrk''
- Genet el Chaffee expects to sail from
Manila n about a week.
37s? STORTING WORLD
'erttrlauid Oelat Abroad.
Floyd A. McFarland of California,
handicap king and leader In tbe race
for the all round competitive cham
pionship of the year. Is Boon to go to
McFartand went over last year and
made a record for himself, defeating
Jaeqnelln In a motor paced race. While
FLOYD A. H'FAItLAND.
In Europe McFarland will choose the
teams for the New York six day team
race of next December.
He will do some racing and will re
turn In November. Next season the
lanky speed merchant will manage
Jimmy Michael, who Is to return to
America to re-enter tbe . motor pace
Bin Anta Race In America'
New York automoblilsts believe It
to be not Impossible that next year's
race for the International cup won by
S. F. Edge, an Englishman, on the
course of the Paris-Vienna contest.
may be run In this country. British
automoblilsts, greet though their pride
Is In Us possession, are finding the
championship trophy somewhat of a
white elephant. The laws of the Unit
ed 'Kingdom are very stringent against
speeding on the highways. British
chauffeurs also express little hope that
special legislation can be obtained to
permit the running of the race In Great
Britain, as Is their privilege as hoioers
of the cup.
In the face of this hopeless condition
of affairs and the disinclination of
Englishmen to hand over the conduct
of next year's championship race to
any of tbe continental countries, the
United States has been suggested re
peatedly In tho British automobile press
and by leading racing men. Including
S. F. Edge, the cup holder, himself, as
an available place for next year s con
test Tbe Englishmen assume that the
necessary permission can be obtained
from our government and state authori
ties as a matter of national pride.
They declare that Anglo-Saxons
should run the race and, in view of the
home situation, seem not unwilling to
hand over the contest to their cousins
across the sea. In all these suggestions
the probability Is mentioned that the
support of American! automoblilsts . in
tbe way of entries and of American
manufacturers In the way of special
speeding creations would add greatly
to the importance of tbe contest should
It be held In this country.
Reorg-anlalna; Ihe L. A. W.
By vote of tbe executive committee
of the League of American Wheelmen
the once powerful New Jersey division
of the organisation was recently abol
ished. For two years the state officers
did little. If anything, for the league
hence the drastic procedure of tbe na
tional officials. At their meeting dur
ing the Atlantic City meet the national
officials decided that a strenuous policy
was necessary to relnvlgorate the i or
ganlzatlon, and the wiping out of the
New. 'Jersey division is the first move
In that direction.
It Is believed to foreshadow a gen
eral shakeup of the league. In other
states In which apathetic officers retain
titles, but perform no service, It Is ex
pected that tbe ax will also faU and
tbelr affairs be taken over by the 'na
tional officials until aggressive men are
found In the several districts.
,., Fine Golf Coarae at Deal, N. X
W. J. Travis says the Deal (N. J.
golf course Is second to none In Amer
ica and that the Garden City (N. X,
links more nearly approach the Deal
Unks In point of excellence than;any
Others. He thinks tbe next Metropoli
tan championship should be played at
Dan R.'a Speedr Raclnar.
, In five starts Dan B, has paced
twenty-four heats, .winning twelve In
2:05. 2.-04& 2:07, 2:07, 2:04,
2.-05, 24. 2:00, 2.-00, 2:08,
2:12, 2:13)44oaa'average or
Is the fate of
r. In fact,
" " aae-MtM-SBa '
Kodol Is the
Five vaaraafo a dlseaee the dootors called dyspepsia took each a hold on me that I could
Seareelyioi 1 took qaaettttea ot pepnin and other nedlctnea, but notblo kelpad , At
orowninf maa (rasps at a straw I jraooea at
lew Dotuas am sound ana weu. unwi b. auw)n, anunwrwuii, nooona, xez.
v : It can't l:s!a tut da you nscd. 1 ?
The d bottle eootalnaJKtlmfe aemueh (aotaalWeaRUrement)atthetrlalslBBWbaJU(oiOC
iparod by 1
f""1 t'M I"", f-'masoothlnit, healing apnllcution for piles,
kVtei..i VuvJ t.l g j akla diseases. . Bewft: . jl eonaterf.fi
Tru crutch 1s a poor substitute for legs, and affords a very
inconvenient and tiresome mode
pathetic sight than a person slowly and painfully moving along the
street supported by these artificial limbs.
' When Rheumatism Settles in the bones and muscles of the legs, (
it is sale to predict that the victim will eventually become helpless
and crutch-bound. The corrosive, irritating matter that is deposited
in the joints and muscles causes the tnoet intense pain, the knees '
and ankles swell, and when the natural oils and fluids that lubricate '
these parts are completely' destroyed the Joints become locked and '
the muscles drawn and stiff, and crutches a necessity.
The acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in the blood, and art
distributed through the system, and lodged la the arms, shoulders, hands,
back and feet, or other parts of the body resulting often in total disability.
A permanent cure ot Rheumatism can be effected only by a complete cleans
ing of the blood, and no other remedy so sorely accomplishes this as S. S. 8.
It neutralizes the acid effects, purifies and Invigorates the stagnant blood.
and the gritty particles are waabed oat or dislodged
by the new rich blood, and relief comes to the
pain-racked 6ufferer. S. S. S. leaves no morbid,
irritating matter in the blood to reunite and produce
another attack, but excels everv atom of it from
the system. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy) and does not impair
the digestion or general health like alkali or potash remedies.
Write for our special free book on -Rheumatism, and if any medical
advice or other information is wanted, our physicians will gladly furnish
it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, 6A.
Tbe Chinese emperor Is baring built
for blm a new palace at Paotlngfu to
contain COO rooms.
The Munich Geographical society
has Just elected Princess Theresa of
Bavaria an honorary member for her
achievements In tbe line of exploration
and travel. Tbe princess was born In
Young King Alfonso of Spain wants
a Paris ballet at Madrid. He Is said to
regard classical dances as tbe highest
of all the theatrical arts and has re
quested M. Gallhard, director of the
Paris Opera, to bring to Madrid tbe
best corps de ballet In Paris.
The king of Uganda Is not six years
old. His name Is Daudi Cbua or In
EnRlish David Chua, Cbua being a
name which has been borne for many
years by Uganda kings. He Is an In
telligent little fellow, though rather
spoiled by the flatteries of his subjects.
At present bis "Salary" from the Brit
ish government Is $3,500 a year.
CHURCH AND CLERGY.
Every church In Washington, Ind.,
has been provided with telephonic con
nections, and people are able to listen
to sermons while at home.
The Bev. Stephen O. Benton of FaU
River, Mass., has been elected secre
tary of the board of managers of the
Missionary society of tbe Methodist
The Rev. Dr. 8. E. Young, pastor of
tbe Second Presbyterian church of
Pittsburg, has organized religious
services for each of the parks of the
city. On a late Sunday 86,000 people, ft
Is estimated, were In attendance.
The Rev. Walter B. Calley of Bos
ton, who has been made general secre
tary of the Baptist Young People's Un
ion of America, will establish head
quarters In Chicago. He is a Crozer
graduate, and his first pastorate was
in Bethlehem, Pa.
Many sins are laid at Morgan's door,
but no one has yet accused blm of talk
ing too much. Baltimore American.
Alfred Austin Is accused of playing
tbe flute. Perhaps that Is the reason
bis poetry trills insicad of thrills.
Carrie Chapman Catt says that nine-
tenths of the criminals are men. This
Is mild. She might have said that
nine-tenths of the men are criminals.
Mr. Carnegie did not break down In
building up the steel business that Mr.
Schwab has been managing. These
young fellows arc pert, but they lack
staying powers. Detroit Free Press.
Nearly 00 per cent of Germany's rail
ways belong to the government.
The railway system of France waa
extended only 141 miles during 1901.
Tha Vanr Vsirlr Ponfpat wallrAari tiaa
made a successful test of the newiylrews, wuiie, auoui zo veare vi ago,
devised system of electric signals for
the tunnel which flashes the red dan-1
ger light In the face of the englneeefl
In bis cnb.
Delia Fox Is to begin her season In
Hamlin Garland Is said to be at .work
on a pray of Colorado Ufa,
Mrs. Leslie Carter Is domiciled at
Bar Harbor for the summer.
Lucius Henderson has been engaged
ror "The Pride Of Jetmlco.M :
Gertrude Campbell has been engaged
for "The Sword of tbe King." . :
It Is said that Marie Tempest I to be
managed by Charles Frobmarv I
Margaret Drew,' a niece of John
Drew, makes her debut next season.
Frank Moulan will play the title role
In "The Sultan of 8ulu" next season.
Rose Bytfnge and Mat Flgman have
been engaged for the support ot Mrs.
Flske. - ' ":' ' ' - - WHur
E, H, Sothcrn has engaged Miss Jen.
nle Eustace to play the Queen In
rnlet." also Huette u : -M Were
sufferers from dvsDerala and Indication.
remains nnaisestea it can's Duiia an tna
it does actual damage by decavlna in the
stomacn ana poisoning tne system. ,!..-, ; c v 1 . -i
What Yon Cat.
sensible remedy. By digesting what von
eat it strengthens tbe body and at tbe same time rests
the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health.
Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms."
Kodol cures. It Is Nature's tonic. f vi ;
B.oaoi. i rai an improvement at once, ana anas
SiOo., Ohlcago. Bold by all dealers.
ot locomotion -there is no more
aan CHiCHirsrcn-e cmslwm
IJ-r'V.Naarc. i.v.r.i,.i.;.. LuinaiDniu
I. KKI u4 UnM uau taw aM
wt'h b... ni,io. TakAMethen. SirfWa
Inrraa .-HtH... aa4 laiM.
ttaajk. ft.? r your Urania. Mae 4a. la
nmi ft ParaVwlma, Tllllai..l.ll
e."Rellaf rWrL..Ua,'lalur,, re.
.are Hall, la ft.n Ti.naw.au. BMiav
nDraulat.. I'alFlxater Cktaalaal Ca,
i i aaiiara, reubaw raw
Norr session '
0 r m E D I G I N E- vTroini. '
HoeplUla t Practice.
One handred pa ire Catatofae Free.
Ulf IIUUHSJt atari ol Borphlaa,
elixir of opium, eo-
iais book of par-
ueuian oa some or
meat. Add ran, B.
104 N.Prjor Street,
$300 Reward 1
The above reward is offered by
Governor Aycock for the' arrest of
Cyrus Dixon, of Jones County, con
victed of murder, broke jail Sep
tember 16th at Trenton, N. C.
Dixon is 22 years old, 5 feet, 7 to
9 inches in height, prominent cheek
bones, red face, thick dark hair,
dark eyes of bloated appearance,
wears number 7 shoe.
I, N. M. Harriett, Sheriff of Jones
ounty, N. C, will pay Ten ($10)
Dollars Reward for the apprehen
sion and delivery to me of the
body of the above named person
Jrrus Dixon. Delivery to be made
at Trenton, N. C. by the 6th day of
Five Dollars Reward will be paid ,
for the apprehension and deliyery
to me of the body of one Randolph
Fulcher, colored, about 22 years of
age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, full
face, of light complexion, clean
shaven, weighs about 136' pounds.
Said apprehension and delivery to
be made to me at Trenton by Nor
ember 6th, 1902.
Five dollars reward will be paid
for the apprehension and delivery to
me of the body of one John An
I light hair and mustache, gray eycSi
about 5 feet 8, inches high, has 8)
nil face and Weighs .140 pounds.
Said delivery to be made to me at
Trenton, N. C. by Nov. 6th, 1902.
N. M. HARRIETT,
Sheriff Jones County.
Sept. 19, 1902. : -i-v
H ARB WARE
" Stoves," Heaters', Cook"' Stoves
Ranges. Lime ; Cement,, piaster,
Paints, Oils, Varnish,, Putty, Bath,
Doors, Blindc,, putlery and all the
useful articles .usually found in an
Tjp-to-fcte Hardware Store
r-ADyUABTERS FOB. ,
iAna all Kinds of-
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1. 1.1' " 1 ' '
i Attorney t Lw,
74 Bo; Front Btf Oi EoUit Chattawka
f NEW BERN, N. O.
Craven County Attorney. ' '
Circuit, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Cart
eret, Pamlico, Greene, Lenoir, and ti
i Supreme and Jfederal t'onrj
,u '": --.i,': 'S .-. ( fi'rf ,.,., .
F. 8. DUFFY & CO.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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