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VOL. XXVIII. No. 89
,W BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY, N.C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1906.---SECOND SECTION.
SAW K1L1 ;
f OR EVERY KIKDCF WORX
enoskes and Kins
AND SIZES AND FOR EVE5Y
CLASS OF SERVICQ.
AS FOR OUR ESTUSATB CZXSS
' PUCINQ Y01T23
3I3BES MACHINERY C0"PANY
COLUMBIA, 8- C
FOUR EXTRA MEM8ERS
Woman Relieved By ; Skilful Amputation ol
Extra Finger And Tost. ' '"
--. A" prominent physicial, als3 skilled in
urgery, of this city, a few days ago
had an unusual call to perform an oper
ation upon a colored woman living in
this city. 7.-' ' ';;'':
This woman had an extra finger on
each hand, and an extra toe on each
foot, and these extra members were
not just skinny - protuberances, but
each one had a bone covered by flesh.
For years the woman has b Jen troubled
by these superfluous members. She
could not wear shoes except by cutting
away the sides, and . the extra fingers
were in the way in trying to . do any
Finully consulting the physician, she
decided upon- the operation, and it
proved a success, and she . is now like
other people, as to her fingers and
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To make room for the new stock of
goods, we will sell out at your own
price a few decorated 10 piece Toilet
Seta, albo 8 day Clocks, enameled
ware, etc. 132 Middle St
Gales , Creek
V:'-;: V'! February 6th.
Mr. J. L. Sharpe was the guest of
Mr. J. H. Lewis Saturday night and
Mr. W. L. Taylor will move into his
new residence soon. .1"; :
. Miss Dilla Barnes of Croatan was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Carrie
Garner Saturday night and Sunday.
Our young people will give an oyster
roast at the creek Saturday evening.
- Everybody is cordially invited.
We are sorry to state that Mrs. Car
rie Garner continues to be very ill.
Mrs. D. J. Hall was the guest of Mrs
E. F. Oglesby Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garner visited
, their parents at Broad Creek Sunday.
We are glad to state that Miss Sarah
Bell, who hus been very sick for some
time, is recovtii ing. ,
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ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Write for prices and catalogue.
We carry one of the largest and
best stocks of
in the South, and can lave you
money on your purchases. What
ever you need, get our prices, be
Special bargains in Farm Wagons
and Buggies. Best makes.
- Low Prices.
TI:3 Implement Co.,
1C:2 LMa St., Richxond, Tl.
Wanted -to. Buy
All Kinds of
for CAS II or will handle on
conci"nrncnt. Let me know
y.ur p'icu cn v.I. :t you
1 ve or will Lave. !
TIE GATE CITY.
Items of Interest From That Active
Testimony In Samuil'i Cast at Times Con
. Diets. Audubon Society. Suipected
Murderer Arrested. Breeie ol Aihs
' vllle Bank Notoriety.
Greensboro, Feby 7. In the trial of
G. W. Samuel in the Federal court yes
terday, ex-Deputy Collectors J. H.
Smith and J. W. Hasty, themselves in
dicted were the principal witnesses
examined for the defense, tha-eross
examination of -the latter- not being
completed when court adjourned. They
testified that Samuel was a fine officer,
and corroborated his evidence in every
particular. Under cross examination
both failed to explain how in a few
months after they enterei the revenue
service in Wilkes, going there without
means they became of financial import
ance. , Hasty acknowledging loaning
out as much as three thousand dollars
in cash in six months after he arrived.
The only witness other than a revenue
officer was a Justice of the Peace, stat
ing that their general knowledge of the
existence of distilleries especially of
Jim Combes and McEwin steam dis
tilleries, he was asked on cross exami
nation why as a magistrate he had not
issued warrants himself for the arrest
of the parties. He replid that several
times he had consulted with United
States Commissioner Duia, who said
that the revenue officers knew all about
the stills and had been repeatedly in
formed of them and would do nothing,
and that as Justice of the Peace he had
no right to issue a warrant for a State
offense on hear say testimony, but that
a sworn complaint had first to be made
before it became his duty t(j take act
ion. - . '
Mr. T. Gilbert Pearson, Secretary of
the North Carolina Audubon Society,
has returned from Minneapolis, &inn.,
where he deliver 3d an address list
week before the annual meeting of the
State Game Wardens and State Game
Commissioners of the United States.
He also responded to. a toasfT-at a big
banquet tendered to the wardens and
commissioners. Oji his return, Mr.
Pearson spent a day in Milwaukee, and
in Chicago, inspcting the methods of
the Audubon Societies of Wisconsin
and Illinois. Last ' night Mr. Pearson
left for Richmond, Va., to deliver an
address this morning before a joint
game protection committee - of both
houses of the Virginia Legislature.
The police here last night arrested an
Italian named Pentro Zontirioinni on
suspicion of being a man advertised as
wanted for murder- in California.' and
for whose arrest a reward of five hun
dred dollars is offered. . The man ' was
arrested at the station but protests his
innocence.- He was locked up await in;
further information. ' He very much
resembles the photograph sent here,
but his height is at least two inches less
than the published description.
Greensboro is truly a Gate City, Sun
day night the following Superior Court
Judges Jif transit were at the Benbow
hotel:' Jones of Winston, Cooke of
Louisburg, Long of Statesville, Peeble
of Jackson, Furgurson of Waynesville,
Brjaa of New Bern, Shaw of Greens
boro. When United States District
Judge Boyd walked fh the hotel today,
there was the unusual spectacle of
eight active judges in active conversa
tion, not one of them realizing how
seldom such a thing happened, or re
ferred to it ; '
While busy in court yesterday after
noon, District Attorney Holton was
handed a telegram from Richmond, say
ing that the Circuit Court of Appeals had
granted a new trial in the noted Breese
Address to Woman's Club
At the Presbyterian Lecture room
last night, Mrs. W. R. Hollowell of
Goldsboro, spoke to the Woman's Club,
AftAr the Rfv. Mr. Garth bad offered
! prayer, the Misses Wyatt played a duo 1
on piano and violin, and Kcv Mr. Uarth
I sang a solo. ,
Mrs. Hollowell was gracefully intro
duced by the President of the Club,
Mrs. II. B. Dufly. . Mrs. Hollowell
needs to be hoard to be rightly appre
ciated, for the charm and forCe of her
language, her voice, and her earnest'
: ness, cannot be depicted by printers
She told a number of the incidents
of the work accomplished by the Wom
an's Club of her home city, and briefly
outlined the points in tho several de
partments which are in the Club, not
ing where effective measures can be
introduced and successfully worked
out. Her address in regard to the np
Cca.ilty of a State Reform School for
youthful criminals was moat ablo. Tho
spocker w:i9 voted thanks for her ad-
di'i s et tiii.clirae by a ri: in: votf.
TLi.) o ' !n". will prove one of treat en-
CiU) : iiH tit tJ t'.O loeul club.
Board Agriculture to Provide One
For A. & M. College.
Charier Granted Beaufort Company. Money
For State School. Lljht Snow
' ' Fall. Complaint Against St A. .
L. Road Bed. Railroad I
. Raleigh, Feb. 7. The special com
mittee of the Board of Agriculture
which has in charge the providing of a
kitchen garden for tile Agricultural &.
Mechanical College has directed the
professor of agriculture to establish
such a garden to . establish this with
vegetables at cost 'price. There are
over 400 acres of fine land on the col
lege farm and the garden will be made
quite a feature of this. ' : ' ?
Charters are granted to the Shull
Contracting Company of Beaufort, to
erect buildings and do all sorts of other
contracting, capital stock $100,000, C.
L. Duncan and W. J. R. Shull being
the principal stockholders. Also to the
Gem Cigar Company, Wilmington, cap
ital stock $10,000, J. C. ' Wessell and
others stockholders. ' '
' It was thought last 1 night that a
heav) snow storm was imminent This
a little snow fell but not
make any show on the
ground. ' I .
At the office of the State Superin
tendent of Public Instruction work is
being done in arranging for the paying
out of.what is known as the second hun
dred thousand dollars of . the State
school fund, this being used to keep all
schools at least four months in the
year. No less than 59 counties have
applied for aid and as every applica
tion has to be looked into with great
care, the amount of labor involved may
be imagined. The number of applica
tions has caused some comment Ti e
amounts will not be given out until the
matter is adjusted. As soon as possi
ble the warrants will be issued. : Here
tofore the applications have generally
baen scaled, in some cases considerably.
Complaint has been filed by several
persons as to the condition of the road
bed of the Seaboard Air Line between
Charlotte and Rutherfordton. The
commission will take up this matter
President John A. Mills won out in
the fight which was being made to pre
vent his going through the lands of
Mrs. Cockrane, near Fayetteville with
the Raleigh and Southport Railway. .
; . lews. .
New York, Feby 7. A burglar en
tered the room of the daughter' of Isa
dora Wormsey and stole S3, 000 worth
of jewels. She pursued the thief but
Victoria, B. C, Feby 7. Inquest ov t
the dead bodies of the steamer Valencia
results in a verdict of accidental drown
ing. Captain exonerated. Ninety-five
bodies still missing.
Omaha, Neb0 Feby 7. Pat Crowes
trial for robbing the packer, Cudahy.
of $125,000 five years ago, the' trial has
a bearing on the kidnapping of Your g
Cuda,hy. : ' ;
Washington.D. C, Feby 7 Congress
man Cock ran bitterly attacked the rail
ways in the discussion of the railway
rate bill. He declared that favoritism
had been shown. . . , .
Washington, D. C. Feby 7. Chief
Chemist Wiley, of the Agricultural de
partment reports that over 100,000
babies have been killed by soothing
syrups and twice as many by impure
milk. He says food adulteration is
Washington, D. C, Feby 7. Prof.
Wolfe, principal witness in the Smart
Polygamy case states before the com
mittco that Polygamy has increased
:B,ncG utan became a State and has
known of many plural wives.
Washington, D. C, Feby 7. The
nomination of B. F. Keith, to be col
lector of the port at Wilmington has
been sent to the houBO.
Gst In ine biomoch. '
Belching and that Sonne of fullnejs
so often experienced
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Countless Physician loin With Mr. Dully
In Recommending Vine).
Countless physicians and riruarvi U
are now prescribing and endors; ig
Vinol as the moit valuable cod hvr
preparation known to medicin", aud it
is fast superseding all other fim
cod liver oil:
A prominent physician writus:' "I nfrt
satisfied that Vinol derives its worM
ful life-giving ; and slrengUHsrwiin.r
power from the medicinul curn.iv la
ments found in the coil' livn . i
the best strenth creator ami vt uhv r
for old people, weak w.im :n,- I i
and the convalescent., that i or
Another physician writes: ! I
Cite many cases when? health li-- I, 4n
restored in a surprisingly short lun - h
Vinol,; I should be very sorry ?. '
to do without Vinol in my pr, ciir It
has no equal for hard colds, s ir li.r at
and bronchial troubles." '
' Now, when wo tell you that w ' -.w'
never sold in our Ftore a rcm-d' i
puch remarkable curative and I . ib
creating power as Vinol, for U;
the sick an ! tho aged, tvi !.:.. f. t
fails to accomplish what wr-i iv i iJ
we will refund your monc, v i ..ut
question, no ailing ptr on nl.o.i!.! . h a -tate
to try Vinol with su h mi n, r
standing, - - -
In cases where cod liver oil.
sions and other tonics fail, Vii .i 1
heal, strengthen and cure." .1-.
Harlowe and N. Harlowe. ;
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Mr. S. M. Brin8on, Superintendent
of Public Instruction, was in our midst
last week attending his duties as su
perintendent and made a most appro
priate address at the North Harlowe
school building. . '- : J
Mr. W. J. Harris,: the happy laugh
ing salesman was with our merchants
last week and went away carrying some
orders that plesed him.
Mrs. M. A. Tavlor of New Bern, is
on a visit to relatives and her old home
and is stopping with Mrs. W, W. Long.
Dr, C N. Mason spent Monday in
Beaufort to see his afflicted and aged
sainted father, Mr. J. H. Mason.
Miss Mamie Bell of New Bern, came
Friday to make a short visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. J. G. Taylor.
W. N. Bell commissioner,' attended
the regular meeting of the board last
Monday in Beaufort
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Conner went to
Newport Saturday to attend the quar
terly meeting and' returned . home on
Mr. W. F. Becton is in New Bern
today, where he has gone to make ar
rangements to send or carry his daugh
ter to the hospital for treatment
Mrs. A. F. Bell and Mrs. E. Janie
Bell went to Beaufort Monday to visit
relatives and returned home today.
Miss . Figette came in from Bladen
where she had been teaching last Sat
urday and began to teach in the Har
lowe school last Monday, which opened
with twenty-five pupils. V
Miss Conine Bell who has been on a
visit to Mrs. W. N. Bell and other rela
tives left yesterday for her home at
Morehead City. '
Mr. J. C. Long came home from his
work at Lukins last Saturday spending
Sunday at home and returning to his
work at Lukins. ;-.-
Mr. E. D. Hardesty has been at
Havelock this week doing surveying for
Mr, J. A. Bryan. "
Mr. Neil was at Harlowe Sunday in
his Naptha boat bringing Miss Lela
Hardesty, who made Ja short visit to
her parents and returned same day
to her school at Merrimon.
Mr. W. N. Bell went to Newport
J as. R. Bell Esq., is in attendance of
the Craven county court at New , Bern
today.. x "', .;Z-r"-
It arouses energy, develops and ntim
ulates tho nervous life, arouses the
courage of youth. It makes you young
again. That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will do. 86 cents, Tt.a
or Tablets. For sale by F, S. Duffy.
The undersigned desire to give notice
of the formation of a co-partnership
between them for the practice of law,
undor the name and style of Guion and
Dunn. Each desires to thank his pat
ons for their past courtesies and to
solicit for the firm a continuance of the
same. Mr. 'iuion will be absent irom
the office for the period of about two
weeks during which time all pro
fessional services required of the firm
will be promptly rendered by "Mr. Dunn
and communications requiring consult
ation promptly forwarded.
Feb. 1, lOOti
" Very renpoetfully,
VILLI VI LUNN.Jr.
Remarkable Case of Murder to be
No Argument Supremo Court. Largo Num.
berColoreiTLodgei. Copies of Guber
. notorial Letter Booki. Ex-Judge
i , - (Special Correspondence.)
Raleigh, N. C, Feby 8. In the Su.
preme court next week Attorney Gen
eral Gilmer will make argument for the
State in si Very interesting cage in
which two negroes, Hicks and Jarrell
of Warren county, are the defendants.
No such case can bs found anywhere in
the book, every feature of it being re'
markable. The chief peculiarity is that
there was a mistrial as to the man who
killed King, a white farmer when he
was on his way home with his team,
while as to the man Jarrell, who wts
convicted of being an accessory to the
crime there iwas a verdict of twenty
five years in penitentiary.
There was no argument in the Su
preme court today, the first district
appeals having been disposed of yester
day. :: , .'v.-.. ;y;;r" :-j"r
i he Insurance Commissioner says
there are about eighty or ninety lodges
of the colored Order of Sons of Giddeon
in this State these having u average
membership of about fifty each. The
Order of Good Samartans which is al
so under investigation as far as its in
surance feature is concerned is of
course much, larger, being the most
powerful of the negro Orders with an
insurance of aid feature.'
State tVetrinarian Tait Butler left
tiday for Columbia, S. C, to deliver an
address before the . Live-Stock Asso
ciation of that State.
Governor Glenn, it is announced will
be absent from Raleigh until next Mon
day, -when he will be again at his
desk. i -::
By direction of the Historical Com
mission the letter . books of all the
Governors ari being copied for publi
cation. The typewriters are at work
The first of the letter books is that of
Governor Pollock which is private prop
erty but which is being used for this
. News is received here ol the serious
illness of wc-Judge Augustus W. Gra
ham at his home in Oxford.
Governor Glenn has accepted an in
vitation to deliver an address at South
em Pines on the 24th inst, at which is
to be a reunion of the Blue and the
THE STEWART SANATORIUM
The Pnblle Should Know About This Ercsl-
Any one doubting the value or need
of the Stewart Sanatorium should pay
this institution a visit The Journal
has from time to time urged the need
of a hospital and we find in the Sana
torium the realization of all that we
could wish. It is strictly modern in all
of its features and its equipment is
The location is pleasant and the
building is admirably adapted for the
purposes of a hospital. The wide cor
ridor one enters makes a pleasant wait
ing or reception room. The general
office is the first room on the left and
there all the business is transacted.
On the first floor is the men's ward in
which are three patients now. Up
stairs are wards and private rooms,
operating room wards tyt women. In
the operating room will be seen all the
up to dato appliances for a speedy and
thorough operation. The table used for
the purpose is the most recent approv
ed device, the room is light and con
venient. The ' sterilizing and cleans
ing department is in the next room.
The heating for the sterilizing prepar
ations is done by means of an acety
lene gas stove. An acetylene gas ap
paratus is being instituted there. The
stationary bowl in the cleansing room
is supplied with foot lever which does
away with the stop cock and any germ
it may conceal.
Everything is neat and clean; a big
rack is full of linen cloths for band
acres, and in another cupboard will be
found medicines, salves and drugs al
wavs on hand. The building is heated
by steam which insures comfort
every part of the house regardless
tha condition of the weather. Down
in the basoment are the kitchin, dining
room, and two wards for colored peo
Thero are accommodations for 18
patients and the superintendent Mis3
Morris will have pupil nurses who as
they become prepared In the science of
nursing will assist her, tour young
ladies have already made application
Miss Morris has had the very best kind
of experience to enable her to sdmin
ipter wisely to suffering humanity.
Ti.oso who take instruction of her will
learn thoroughly end well.
Watch the paper for our openir;j d
or Tesc -,
A few small biscuits easily made with
Royal Baking Powder. Make them
small as small round as a napkin ring.
Mix and bake just before the meal.
Nothing better for a light dessert
than these little hot biscuits with butter
and honey, marmalade or jam.
You must use Royal Baking Powder
to get them right.
We carry a full line of
better on the market. We
. Full line General Hardware and Building Mate;
Gaskill Hdw. &
Furniture, Stoves, Mattings, Etc.
Largest stock of Mattings in the city. Royall and
Borden Felt Mattresses.
. New line of Go-Carts. . ,
We are still offering some bargains and it will pay you
co call on us.
93 Middle Str
i iiaiiKS, i nanus,
. Our greatest of all sales is ended and I t:
this method to thank the trading public for tL
patronage. While we have sold so many ro
we still have on hand a great many winter re
that we are determined to close out and for t: ?
mamder of the winter season we will cell fcr c
all Clothing, Overcoats.Heavy Shocs.Drc;: ; G :
Ladies Cloaks, Skirts, Blankets, Under ;, r,
hundreds of odds and ends, etc., at cc: t ; !
We guarantee to save you money car
may want in regular ctoe!:.
POWDER CO., NEW YORK
heavy weight Stoves. None
guarantee them. - .
Hill Supply Co
next wo k. New 5 and 10c Store, next
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