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UTROXIZE EOXB UERCHUTTS
They Win Em A tirfe Ttrk4
Stock; of Holiday Goods.
. TtM to winging u rapidly to tU
Ckrlatmaa mml It la to oooo to
anaagafor Cartatwaa ahopplng. Tho
anestloa arises bow .wbaro wOlyo do
yor akopplnir AtboaM or abroad r
, Too local sMrchants wffl, m they
always hare, carry a largo tad varied
stock of goods for tao koUdaya, and
Ikey aaUrally ; depend a poo our citizens
toporchaso of then. Tho etticwa wko
la loyal to Now Ben wffl do tMa and vo
earnestly nop that thla action will be
e general that there wul 10 enae wkat
over for complaint among oar mer
It sometimes happens that a merchant
doea not hare the exact article that a
customer wants, but In that case the
same results will be obtained
If an order for the article la plac
ed with a dealer, Instead of sending an
individual order away, and In that way
trading will be kept at home.
Our local pride, if nothing else should
stimulate home trading and It goea as a
matter of course that the Tolume of bust
aeaa being increased the city of New
Bern will show commercial statistics
that will compare favorably with her
Remember and patronize home mer
chants. Note their Ada. In the Jodb
al. SUPERIOR COURT.
Trial of aril Cases Before Jsdge
The Superior Court of Craven county
with Judge Brown presiding Is in sess
ion this week.
It la expected that the docket will have
but few cases left to try at next term of
Following are the cases disposed of
Anderson vs Anderson, divorce. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
Wood vs A. & N. C. Railway Co. Non
Wilcox ve Shute. Non Bult.
Barker va Eanff. Non suit.
Cole va Cole, divorce. Judgment for
Hanh va Harris. Judgment.
Wilcox vs Jackson. Judgment.
Chiswell vs. Jerome. Judgment.
BMMta The Kind YouHavoAhwrs Bought
J. J. Baxter has just received his
fourth shipment of W. L. Douglas ahoea
this fall. They sell f astsr than he can get
them. Every pair guaranteed.
Ping Pong Balls at HcBorley's.
Major Graham Daves.
Resolutions by New Bern Camp, U. C.
Another Confederate Veteran has
been called to rest; No-longer can he
record the sound of the bugle or of the
rush to arms.
He was in the prime of manhood in
the days of 1861 and 1865, an educated
christian man, who did not hesitate to
offer and risk his life and property In
the cause he loved.
He held a number of prominent and
- responsible positions, both In civil af
fairs and In the Confederate army, which
he filled with fidelity and ability. When
all seemed dark at the end of the ?reat
Civil war, he did not yield to the gloom
of despair, but labored with enthusiasm
to keep forever fresh the honorable mem
ory of the valor, devotion, and unpar-
alelled sacrifices of the Confederate sol
dlers and citizens.
By research, voice and pen, he was
continually guarding, and extolling the
glorious history of his native
He added greatly to a general hlstorl
cal knowledge of his country, and con
trlbuted largely to the establishment of
memorials of great eventa in North Car
We honor his memory and drop a tear
at his tomb.
Major Daves was born In New Bern,
. Cn on the 16th day of July 18S6, and
died In Ashevflle, N.O. October 87th
IMS. Hla remains were Interred In the
family vault In Cedar Grove Cemetery
1 New Bern. N. C. the members of New
Bent Camp United Confederate Veter-
ana attending hla funeral In large nam-
- ben. The members of this Camp desir
ing to express their Borrow because of
Ma death, and wlahlng to record hla
i worth, and their low hereby
Resolve, That by the death of Major
Graham Daves this Camp haa loot a
faithful, true, and honored member, and
the Camp mourns because he ha been
i taken away, and will ever , revere hla
' memory, that New Bern and hla State
have loot a patriotic citizen who never
ceased In hla devotion to their praise,
. and. exaltation.'. ;-; ; i :
Resolved. That a proper record, of
the services of Comrade Graham Davea
U aaade on the Camp memorial.
- That a copy of these proceedings be
4 transmitted to Mr. Mary McJL Nash,
the slater of the deceased comrade, tad
that the New Bern Journal be requested
- to pabllah ioi memorial .. ; ;.;;.( '
" '. a -r jj. D. W. Strano. I. '
. ;,' B. K Bbtas, 1 ; '
" , " x H, C. Whitihtjbst. ij
. , Committee.'
1 November 15th 1903. ' ' '
Cr.rrs COIiDO, EiA
.:J tit Drc-rc. i
AJtOURD AKD ABOUT.
Cotton sold on exchange yesterday at
Mr. and Mra B. G. Tarmer of Philadel
phia, are the gmeata of their brother, Mr
Miaa Eugenia Mattlagly left oa the
steamer Neuae to visit friends la Buf
The new 13 cent postage atamp la
la circulation. How many will brave
misfortune by using h T
Mr. Chaa Case haa been appointed
baggage master on the A. ft N. C. Shoo-
Fly, vice Mr. Blssell promoted.
Friends ot Mr. T. F. McCarthy will be
sorry to learn that he la confined to his
room with a alight attack of rheuma
Work la progressing finely in the new
aaw and planing mill on the other aide
of Neuae river close tu the County
News comes of the burning of the
home of Mr. T. R. Kerr, the saw mill
man, of Jacksonville, Friday morning.
Mr. Kerr was absent la New York at the
The survey for the new Pamlico rail
road, Indicate that the road will cross
Neuse river above the Pine Lumber
Company's mill ana touch the A. & N.
C. road near the crossing of the macada
The New Bern Gas Company was
putting in a new main yesterday to run
up King street Several new and com
modious residences have been built on
that street recently, that will be lighted
Mr. Jesse Pope took a short hunt over
the Neuse yesterday for squirrels and
birds and returned in the afternoon with
his game ban well filled. It is said that
squirrels are very plentiful this year.
Dealers say that the demand for soft
drinks beats the record for this season
of the year. Pepsi and Coca Cola still
hold their popularity. The unusual
warmth is the reason for this uncommon
Lovers of the hook and line sport are
taking advantage of the extremely warm
weather by landing fine bunches of
welchman, perch and jachs. One old
man caught alone yesterday enough
gogle-eyes" to net him 3.75.
The colored football team of this city
are trying to make arrangements tu meet
the strong team of Shaw University
down here the first of next month. The
local team is composed of heavy players
and they think their chances sre good
The trustees of the New Bern Acad
emy should look to it that the trees on
the campus are replanted this fall. The
old trees there are dying and decaying
very rapidly and it is a shame that bo
pretty a green bhould be allowed to go
down through sheer neglect.
This November weather canaot bo
beaten. It 1b a favorite inquiry by the
way of salute, "did you ever see such
fine weather f" and truly it is fine. The
days are warm and pleasant and the
nights, well sleep just comes along
without any trouble whatever.
Some of the finest oysters of the sea
son were seen at the market dock yes
terday. They were from Portsmouth
and were "garden oysters," that is, they
had been "bedded" and allowed to get a
full growth. They were indeed very
large and the flavor was excellent.
The schooner Alverda S. Elzey arrived
at Norfolk on Friday from this city. She
haa been sold to New Orleans parties
and will be need in the mahogany trade
In the Gulf of Mexico. She was built at
Bethel, Del, In 1899. She is of 283 tons
gross, 149 tons net, length 136 feet,
beam 88 feet, depth of hold 8 feet 8
If one does not believe that there is a
lot of building and repairing going on
In New Bern, just try to hire a carpen
ter. It Is almost impossible to get one to
do a small job. Many people are work
ing at the trade who never served an y
apprenticeship, but because of the scar
city of builders, they were simply im
pressed in to the work.
It Is said that labor is exceedingly
scarce on the farms, and what is secured
la' very unreliable. The farmers In
planning' for another crop would do well
to take this labor problem early in con
sideration, and either provide themselves
with labor-saving tools to work with or
plant such crops as do not require
mach labor to cultivate.
Great disappointment wu felt in this
city last night when the news was re
ceived that Georgetown had downed the
University of North Carolina by a score
of 19 to 5. . Friend of N. C were quite
sure of Georgetown's defeat as the V. M.
L, team beat them 89 to 0, and N. C. did
np the V. K. I's. to the tane of 6 to 0.
Such Is football.
Manager Daniels haa completed ar
rangements with the bt Paul foot ball
team of Beaufort to be here on Thanks
giving Day to tackle hla strong team. St
Paul wu defeated laat year by the local
team and the visitors are coming with
the determination to wipe out their de
feat of laat year. A great game la expect
The Journal la In receipt of a letter
from Mr. 3. 3. Tolaon, Jr,a former New
Bernlan, who some time ago removed ta
Oklahoma Territory. Mr. Tolson haa
been living at Shawnee, Oklahoma Ter
ritory, which to a thriving town often
of twelvo thousand inhabitants, but will
shortly remove to Ada, Indian Territory.
Mr. Tolson gives a good and entertain
lng account of his new home.
The city authorities are straining
every effort to rid the town of a nest of
disreputable colored females. These
offensive creatures parade the streets
and make nuisances of themselves, both
day and night, using; ell kinds of vile
language, and are sometimes very ragged
and andean looking. This work of the
dty In driving oat these people to very
It has been suggested that a parade of
the bicyclist of thla dty be arranged
Thaaksgrring Day Jnat before the foot
ball game. We are ander thetanpree
sloa that there are la the nelfhborhood
ot 1800 wheel la thla dty aof with them
all ta a bunch It would be quite an im
posing sight Wa hope some oflhe
scorchers will take this matter 1b hand
and work It ap.
Value In Vaccination.
Ia a conversatloa with Dr. Charles
Duffy, the Journal learnsjlhat the small
pox cases which hsre resulted fatally in
Craven county have been of persons
who were not vaccinated, these case
being bad types of the disease.
Dr. Duffy says that In cases of those
coming In contact with the disease, and
and those having the disease, the value
of being vaccinated Is noticeable in every
Ask your lawyer abou. "Fewer gal
lons; wears longer."
J. J. Baxter will do you good on
clothing, hats and shoes. When you
buy of him you will get your money's
worth rt it will be refunded.
Death of Editor Herbert.
W. S. Herbert, editor of the Kinston
Free Press died at his home in Kinston
on last Sunday, November 16th, never
rallying from the aploplecttc stroke with
which hs was stricken a few days before
In the death of W. S. Herbert Kinston
and its people lose a man who had ever
their interest at heart, and who has been
their champion for every measure that
seemed to him to be for his town.
The Free Press was distinctly Its edi
tor, and Jits columns were always filled
with encouragement to the Klnstonlans
to push ahead. His death Is a jsevere
loss, as It removes a man who wss ever
ready to forward any interest which
looked to the material benefit of his
All that was mortal of W. 8. Herbert
was borne to Beaufort, last night, where
the interment takes place.
The Ladles will do well to see J. J.
Baxter for a fine cloak, shoes, dress
goods, gloves, notions, etc.
New Railroad Bridge.
It was rumored on the streets yester
day that the A. & N. C. road contem
plated putting an iron suspension bridge
acroag the Trent river, shortly.
Ask your doctor about "Fewer gal
lons; wears longer."
For a nice pair of gloves, suspenders,
neck-tie, late style collar, a fine shirt or
a suit of underwear, don't fall to see J.
J. Baxter, he keeps the best at the low
Nov. 17. We are having somo bad
foggy weather at present but hope it
will be off in few days.
Our public school opened this a. m,
under the skillful management of Miss
Dallls Dinkins of Vanceboro. We are
glad to welcome her again into our midst
as she is highly commended by our peo
ple as a teacher.
Miss Ida Wayne was home Sunday
afternoon from her school in Galilee
where she has been teaching several
Miss Lona Holton left on the steamer
Neuse Friday for Oriental where she
take scharge of a music class at that
We are glad to see ao many young
ladies Interested In teaching. May they
ve an example and so teach one.
Mr David Thomas of Zorah was with
Mr Wslter Land of New Bern was In
Miss Maggie Cuthrill is visiting her
cousin Miss Virginia Cuthrill at pre
Mr Frank Rowe of Edwards wss visit
lng friends here Sunday. '
Miss Birdie Lee and brother of New
Bern visited Miss Katie Holton of Olym
pla yesterday .
Chocolate Creama 80 cents pound at
Wean la Flalaad.
The women of Finland of the lower
classes perform arduous labor that In
other conn trie Is usually assigned to
males. They wheel handcarta and bar
rows of various descriptions contain'
lng heavy burdens. They also sweep
the streets, act aa boatmen and even
assist In loading ships.
In 1583 Philip Stubbes Inveighed
with great energy against the use of
starch, which he called "the devil's
liquor.'' . '
New York's Great Hotels. '
According to the Dry Goods Econo
mist, the number of rooms now afforded
by New York's hotels of the first class
belcw Fifty-ninth street exceeds 18,000,
and these hotels represent an Investment
of $100,000,000. Tet the prominent ho
tels are compelled at times to turn away
hundreds nightly. Not a few buyers
who have visited the city during the
busy season have' been compelled to
walk the streets until a late hour for
lack ot notel accommodation, or to en
joy thO doubtful comfort of a cot In a
corridor. But preparations are making
for the better entertainment of stran
gers. The value of the hostelries for
transient guests now being built In the
borough of Manhattan is estimated at
$15,000,000. This Is wholly distinct
from the numerous apartment or family
hotels now tn course of construction.
SOME SOCIAL TRANSACTIONS.
A Short Story on the Doing of Society
. When the visiting Daughters of Con
federacy left New Bern after their con
vention a Bomber of them thought that
the New Bern ladles had entertained
them ao lavishly that they would not
care to go Into the little detail that go
to make social life enjoyable. They im
agined their resources for entertainment
had been exhausted and that the New
Bera ladles would rest on their well
The visitors simply did not compre
hend the versatility and inexhaustible
hospitality that, their sisters here
If the visitors could have remained
here longer and their hostesses all wish
they might, they would have seen a ae
rie of delightful afternoon and evening
parties by which society has been much
Among the very pleasant affairs that
have occurred since the convention are
parties and receptions at the homes of
Mrs. Charles Duffy, Mra John Car
raway, Miss Mamie Street, Mrs. Owen H
Gulon, Mrs. S E Sullivan and Miss
Six hand Euchre and Ping Pong were
the chief features of these parties. Miss
Nannie Street gave a delightful hallow-
een party in which many of the tradi
tions of that weird time ware used, and
the fortunes of the entire company wu
But this Is not all; society Is very
much on the move and these delightful
parties are held every once in a while.
Invited to Address Wilmington Elks
Congressman Charles R. Thomas haa
been Invited by the Wilmington Lodge
of Elks to deliver the Annual Memorial
Address before that Lodge on December
17th, but owing to his duties at Wash
ington, Mr. Thomas Is uncertain of be
ing able to make the address.
The invitation is a very complimen
tary one, and Congressman Thomas ap
preciates very highly the invitation ex
tended to him.
Good Tobacco Week.
Farmers have disposed of most jof
their tobacco but small jags keep com
ing and Increase the amount in the wsre
houses. Friday 10,000 pounds were sold
at the Farmers and there have been
breaks every day this week. One far
mer, Mr C C Ipock, received a check of
1194,00 and others received handsome
Tho t.bcci) crop this year has been
by for the most profitable the .North
Carolina farmer has raised. It exceeded
the largest expectation of the most san
A Good Showing.
A splendid and moat gratifying report
read by Mrs John Dunn, treasurer of the
Church Fence Fund for .Circle No. 1 at
the meeting at hcrhome, Tuesday, Nov.
The ladles wish to thank those who
have given so generously and willingly
to the fund.
Two hundred and fifty dollars have
been subscribed with . others to hear
from. One hundred dollars of church
donations were put in the National
Bank, Nov. 1st.
Bears th 11,8 Kind Von HafflHlwap Bought
A Dancing Class Soiree.
A very enjoyable dancing party was
held at Lowthrop Hall Friday evening.
It was a soiree in which the members of
Mr. Mark Stevenson's dancing class
were the principal participants. Follow
ing are partial list of names of the
couples who attended:
Mr. Mark Stevenson, Miss Elizabeth
Ellis; George Henderson, Miss Elizabeth
Burma, Charles Ellison, MUs Annie Foy
A. T. Holleman, Miss May Moore; 'Al
bert Patterson, Miss Catharine Pace;
Albert Willis, Mary Emma Street;
Adolph Nunn, Miss Hattle Marks; Joe
Fulford, Miss Mary Guion; Ellis Wil
liams, Miss Addle Claypoole; Ed. Street,
Miss Sophie Whitford.
Mr. John Dunn snd Mr. George
Nlcol returned yesterday from Have
lock, where they had some good sport
deer hunting. Mr. Dunn brought In a
fine peg-horn buck as a result of his
Mr. Edgar Bryan also brought In a
nice yearling buck which he , killed not
far from the dty.
Eastern North Carolina Is verily a
hunters paradise. Every day oar local
sportsmen return laden ',, with birds,
turkeys, squirrels, deer and other game.
Even bears sre sometimes captured. ,
If van m nnt trnll and want to know the
l rum inofli your
trouble, send tor my
free booklets and Mil
No. 1, Nerroui Deblll
ly (Sexual Weakness),
M. a, VarleoMie, Ho.
, Stricture, No. , Kid
nr and Bladder Com-
n! nlnts, No., Dlaease
: i u Mn . in.
Poison King (Blood
Poison), No. 7, Ca
tarrh. These books
hbnld be In the hands
of every person afflict
ed, a Dr. Hathaway,
the author. Is reoog-
nimd as the best n-
A ihorlty and expert In
' the United BtatM on
4 Da. batbavav. : three dlseaem. Write
I r send for the book you want to-day, and li
prill be sent yon free, settled, . Address . Mew
ion Hathaway. M.u.
74 Inman Bld'g, J 21 8. Broad St.,
MAR ABOUT TOWN.
Food tor Relccttoa frtpared by aa Ami-
. tear Cook.
Laat week the flager of acorn wu
pointed, not unjustly, to a minister of
the gospel who had grievously sinned
and whoso sin had found him oat. Never
was there a clearer example of the frail
ty of banian flesh. It waa a ease where
there was bat little charity bestowed;
perhaps that waa natural but still we
must not forget that the Divine Master
forgave a sinner. The cloak of charity
Is a garment that will bo needed by all
of ns sooner or later In this life.
It Is not my purpose to condone th!
sin but those not friendly to tho minis
terial profession will say In defense of
their position that the minister wu not
worse than all other preachers and they
will cite here and there instances where
ministers have "fallen by the wayside"
and make those isolated cases stand for
the whole profession.
This is unjust, aa an just u it Is .o say
that all merchants are dishonest or all
doctors are quacks. To be sure there
are men who aaaume the right to stand
In the pulpit and exhort to holiness who
themselves are unworthy of such a call'
lng. It Is easy to place the blame let It
be put where It belongs.
A good many years sgo a very wise
man said there was nothing new ander
the sun. If old Bol had lived in this
strenuous 20th century he would hsve
to reverse his decision. It's a cold day
when something new doesn't turn up,
give np In despair to mention all the
new things that happen, but will men
The means of prsyer as security
against imprisonment tn place of bail is
the new method adopted by a police olfl
cial of whom I read recently. It seems
that a decrepit old man was brought
before his nibs, the chief, and the unfor
tunate condition of the man seemed to
touch s tender spot with thejehief. In-
as much u the offense was trivial, the
the chief thought of the novel way of
making the man pay.
The old man got down on his knees
and made a prayer and he didn't forget
the chief in his suppllcstlod. The re
mainder of the story wu commonplace
the old man wu released and appeared
all on time the next morning for trial.
Mak About Town.
Arrested by New Bernlan.
James Larkina, colored, SO years old,
and employed for a short flme at the
Champion Compress, wu arrested
Thursday night by Deputy Sheriff James
E. Holton, on a csplu from New Bern,
where he Is wanted for forfeiting a bond
in the Superior Court Deputy Bherlff
B. G. Credle, of New Bern, arrived yes
terday and took the negro back with
htm In the afternoon. Wilmington
Deputy Sheriff Credle arrived here
Friday night with hia prisoner.
Violated U. S. Statute.
Susan H, Manly, colored, wu before
United States Commissioner C.B.HIU
yesterday for violation of revised U. 8.
Statute, section 3803-
The plaintiff In the action wu Jennie
Parker, also colored, who received a let
ter from the Manly woman containing
language Indecent, lewd and obscene.
The defendent wu bound over for
$100. for her appearance at the next term
of the United States Court.
THE VALUE OF EXPERT TREAT
Everyone who Is afflicted with a chron
lc disease experiences great difficulty In
having their cue Intelligently treated by
the average physician. These diseases
can only be cured by a specialist who
nnderstsnds them thoroughly. Dr. J.
Newton Hathaway of Atlanta, Ga.ls
acknowledged the most skillful and suc
cessful specialist In the United States.
Write him for his expert opinion of
your case, for which he makes no
charge. : "V -
NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET
WHOLESALE PRICES CO BR KIT.
Erks, per doa 18c
Chickens, old per pair. 60 & 70
young, per pr 80 & B0
Beef, " &8
Hides, green, per lb .......... ......6c
" dry, " ., 9 410
Beeswax, ............ 80 to 88
Corn, per bush............. ........ Co
Oats, f -. " : : . ...... 66c
Potatoes, Tarns 66
Local Grain Market
Corn, per bu i $.65
Oats per bu .60
Meal,. per bu... .70
Hominy, per bu V .70
Corn bran, per 100 lbs 1.25
Wheat bran, per ... 1.40
Feed, 100 lbs 1.70
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs.. , . , 1.60
Cotton eeed hulls, 100 lbs..,,.... .45
Shin staff 1-60
No. 1 Timothy, per ton. ........ . 20.00
A thorough cleanser
; Famous ; ;
Send 6 cents and have semple dose
mailed you. Absolutely harmless.
' New Bern, N.C.
V ...-e 1 f
i rum wji
ttr Many Imitators No
I Royal Worcester
Bon Ton Corsets
THE MOST POPULAR CORSITS IN THE WORLD
BECAUSE THET PIT
STYLISH AND SYMMETRICAL
DESIRABLE AND DURABLE
Aik jtm dotler to onto tor 70a II Im dim ot
Corset Co. W0M2FEB
already, ith . .
A Complete Stock
When in New Bern don't fail to call on
McSorley and examine his Xmas Goods
Everything New and Cheap.
Don't Forget the place
Cor. Pollock & Middle Sts., NEW PEUN, N. C.
1 now offer my entire, stock of Dry
Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Famiture, Crockeryware,
Drags, Medicines, Light and Heavy
Groceries AT ACTUAL COST.
T bis is a Great Opportunity for every
body to get goods cheap Everything
goea at cost during this sale, and some
time during December I will have a
Great Auction Pale to clean up every'
thing not sold, watch for the date.
SILVER DALF, N. C.
For Sale I
Fast sailing and commodious Schoon
er Mabell, 14 net tons, recently rebuilt
and fitted out with everything necessa
ry for dredging, will easily carry one
thousand bushels of oysters. Is also a
first-class freight boat, will carry 800
barrels or 80 tons. afe, solid, com
fortable. For price and terms address;
J. P. GODETT,
North Harlowe, N. C.
Pine and Oak Wood for sale by boat
load. , .. ,
R. P. Seed Oats,
Cotton Setd Hulls,'
ZMeal and cMalt.
C!"S. B. HILL,
uev; ii:riV u, c.
is prepared for it
Wilmington, N. G,
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
and all Cemetery Work at Bottom
Branch yard at Goldsboro. N. G.
Is what every city should have.
Will you haJe it here?
I carry most everything in the
line. If I haven't the thing that
exactly suits you, can get it at short
notice. My lino of Guns, Ammu
nition, Hunting Olothing, Bicycles,
Phonographs, Foot Hull Goods, etc.
are the best,
WM. T. HILL,
Pho II 04 MMM Cra
NEW BERN, N. C.
New Firm ! New Goods !
All kinds of Fancy
Family Groceries Can
Goods, and Pickles
Canned Beef, 2 cans 25o.
8 lb can Tomatoes, 1V.
hipped Beuf, 2 cuna
- Best Corn per can 10e.
Best Lard I3o lb:
' 20 lbs Granulated Sugar $1.00 for
next 10 dajs. -
H. E. Land & Co.
Phone 1G i9 ifrnad k.
. and Germacides i
SO Cases CHLOUIDK OF LIME
10c and 15c the can -AT
X BUALrtlAM'S PHARMACY. X
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