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Mew Bern, N. C, March 30, 1906. .
PARTY AND PRINCIPLES
the call for the Democratic
State Executive Committee to meet,
there haa been some newspaper queries,
will Chairman F. M. Simmons resign?
Does Senator Simmons expect to con
tinue as State Chairman of the demo
cratic party, and so keep in control and
perpetuate hissenatorship? And other
queries along the same line. -
It might be asked, is there any spec
ial desire on the part of any one to take
this chairmanship, and if there is, why
not announce the man, instead of cast
ing any slurs upon the present incum
bent. And in the same connection it
auht be asked, is the democratic
party, even by insinuation, going to
place itself on record, ai making the
State chairmanship the requisite and
necessary stepping stone to a National
scnatorship, for such queries coming
from democratic newspapers must so
indicate the successive political pro
gress to office.
But taking op Mr. F. M. Simmons.it
is very pertinent to ask, and if possi
. hie answer the question, have the State
democracy and its principles suffered
under his leadership? If they have,
then it has not been denounced by Mr.
Simmons enemies, and it would not be
good party principle for even his
friends to remain quiet, if there bad
oome injury to the party and its princi-
'. That a State Chairman F. M. Sim
Eton has conducted good campaign
work, is not anywhere denied, so that
there being only good from his public
service, it seems but just, regardless of
personal preferences, to credit Mr.
Simmons for- his energetic and able
administration, and not permit political
. jealousies to create false impressions,
to discredit, where praise is due, or at
tempt to promote discord where har
mony should prevail.
RISKS IN UNSAFE BUILDINGS
Municipal ordinances prescribe what
building are risks, that is, endanger
surrounding1 property, yet such ordi
usees are not usually either strictly or
An unsafe building may in itself be
rentable," at the same time prove a
menance to tenant and surrounding
property; but its owner receives no no
tice from the authorities that it must
be torn down, or placed in such repair
a to remove it as a community risk.
As an unhealthy building, it may be
risk, and added to it there may be the
risk of a or trap for those within and
without . Such property demands mun
icipal attention, rr it not only threat
ens the health, but as a fire risk it
raises the insurance premium on ail ad
Jacaut property, and also constantly
menaces surrounding buildings, by its
inflammable character. . :,;:,-, " .
. A few days ago the Fire Department
Chief of this city gave notice of condem
nation against a building on Middle St,
and previously other buildings have
teu continued by the Chief of the fire
C . vtiiitmt, but owners of property are
t rl -,t ta their neighbors, and selfish in
V r cituenahip, ta use no harsher
t no, who permit their buildings to get
it siih shape, through neglect, as to
' . i,t a public nuisance, and call for
it " -reement of the law, in order
; i g property may be saved
) of sic ksfts or firei
!' i' rers from being in
c ! ' iWn ami that of fire
t? ; r '. Kite all arfja-
,', i . e f.sun every s' 'e
' ' ' ' 1 as a public
of the coin-
i 1 f.
sence of all frost or freezing, to check
the mud, makes every pedestrian who
must be out of doors, and do any going
about on the sidewalks of this city, see
and feel that their condition is most de
plorable; in many places, in such a mis
erable state, covered with water until
the rain has entirely stopped, and with
mud in other places until the sunshine
dries them up. ."
To remedy these condition some
week ago the city authorities made
the ' offer to property' holders that if
they would pay for the covering for
the sidewalks, that is, marl, which can
be cheaply secured, the city would agree
to haul the marl, spread it out as want
ed and then roll the aidewalk. If
there has been any rush to accept this
libera offer, the sign is net visible for
on all the streets during these rainy
days, can be seen pedestrians going
through evolutions and contortions, as
they pas from block to block, seeking
to escape the water and mud which
covers the sidewalks. In various quan
tities, and in various degree of
depth. ' - "
In this climate, with a soil like that
to be found here, there is the maxi
mum of opportunities for ' keeping,
easily and cheaply, good sidewalks,
throughout the year. And besides the
natural good climate and soil there is
the material, marl, cheaply obtained,
which with no cost except its purchase,
can be laid before the property of
very citizen affording a sidewalk
which will be serviceable every month
in the year, and during even the rainy
The property holder has no excuse
for bad sidewalks. Everything offers
to provide him a good one. , The" blame
for bad sidewalks rest upon the prop
erty holder who is indifferent as to his
Governor Curry, of the Island of
Samar, Philippines, is safe.
but the Pulajanes killed 16 of the
constabulary - before being defeated.
Eczsms, Tstter, Salt Rbeaai. nek, Rl
Werm, Herpes, Barbers Itch.
AH of these diseases are attended by
intent itching, which is almost in
stantly retieved by applying Chamber-
berlain's Salve and by its continued use
a permanent cure may be effected. It
has, in fact, cured many cases that had
resisted all other treatment. - Price 26
cents per box. For sale by' Davis
Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy, y "
Joseph P. Townsend, a native of Balti
more, . shot and killed his daughter
Pansy to preveut her marriage, and
then committed suicide. :
A negro convict in the Missouri pen
itentiary killed a guard and was him
self shot to death. -
Always Keess Ckambsrisis's Cengs Rsaue
"We would not be without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on
hand continually in our home," says
W. W. Kearney, editor of the Indepen
dent, Lowry City, Mo. That is just
what every family should do. When
kept at hand ready for instant use, a
cold may be checked at the outset and
owed in much less time than after it
haa become settled in the system. - This
remedy is also without a peer for croup
in children, and Wil prevent the attack
when given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough appears, which can only be done
when the remedy is kept at hand. For
sale by Davis' Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy-
: . r ..A.;.
Morris Buck, of Los Angles, Cal who
shot and killed Mrs. Canfield, the wife
of the oil millionaire, was sentenced
to be hanged Junel.
Severe street rioting occurred at
Vienna and culminated in a confliet be
tween the rioters and the troops, during
which two men were killed and over
three hundred were wounded.
$1C3 Reward, $1C3.
Tthe readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all stages, and that
is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh bt-i;:g a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. IWA't Cbtarrh Cure is
taken internally, act; j U'.fect'y upon the
blood and mucous n : wa of the syatera
thereby d ilroyii r f a t ' ';n of the
I'l.irase, Bu ";:'vi; j t' ef' .t a-tm ,th
lybniW; -juptheo: ' .iriJa.'!:,i..t
Thirsty Greensboro Throngs Exprtst
V- Cfficsfor Them
Mrs. Smeet ass Other AUsssd Counter
IsHtrs. field Brick Swindlers Agaia.
6. F. C. to Raits Debt. Musts
Water Supply Cemsssy Liable
- tor lassfflclsat Water. -Greensboro,
March 27. The Express
office here Saturday nights reminds one
who has seen it in days agone, of what
the rerMiblicana termed "the election
bull pens in the east". The approach
es to the office door at the station are
roped off and guarded. There is an in
gress approach and an egress avenue of
ropes. Parties getting jugs or bottles
of liquor coming from Danville and
other Virginia towns, have to take
strict "millers turn" entering one way,
in single file and emerging another.
Mrs. Alice Smoot, the lady in jail
here awaiting trial in the Federal court
here next week on a charge of counter
feiting is reported quite aick from ner
vous prostration. Her husband was
placed in the same cell with her Satur
day night on request of CoL Morehead.
The lady seemed quite "pert" Sunday
but seems to have entirely lost her
nerve today. It is reported that two
other important arrest of alleged mem
hers of the counterfeiting gang were
made in the mountains last night, -but
the marshal here says he knows noth
ing of it. - , - -
There is considerable speculation here
as to the object of the presence of Mrs
Hawley of Chicago, wife of the gold
brick man now serving a sentence in
penitentiary for trying to swindle Paul
Garrett into buying a gold brick in
Greensboro several years ago. While
the attorneys who formerly represent
ed the gold brick swindlers say they
have not seen the woman and do not
believe she is here, officers who knew
her well, declare, that she has been here
a week, and pointed her out, while she
was walking down Main street this
morning. Ever since Hawley was sent
to the penitentiary influential parties
North have been trying to get him
pardoned. Two appeals were made to
Governor Aycock, and at the last term
of the legislsture a tremendous plea
sure was brought to bear on him just
before he vacated the office of Gover
nor to grant a pardon. Enlisted in this
pressure were several ' prominent
northern congressmen, senators and
capitalists, principally from New York
and Chicago. Hawley is the fellow
that acted aa the. expert assayer and
arave the opinion that the filings from
the bole drilled through the gilded braas
brick were gold. The fellow who acted
the "Injun" said to have been the big
gest rascal in the bunch and so believed !
a .. a .
nere, wss paroonea Dy uovemor Ay
cock. The presence of Mrs. Hawley
here is thought to presssge a move for
pardon on Governor Glenn but if any
such action is contemplated Hawleys
old attorneys here declare they have no
such intimation. . .-
The G. F. C. Alumni Association of
Greensboro at a meeting yetterday
afternoon discussed and devised plans
for raising the balance still owing, the
1,000 pledged by the alumni for the
rebuilding of the G. F. College. The
plans embrace the giving of an elabor
ate entertainment during commence
ment week. ' .
Federal Court clerk Trogden today
received the mandate of the United
States Supreme Court affirming the de
cisions of the State Supreme Court and
the United States Court of Appeals in
the suit of B. J. Fisher and others
against the Greensboro Water Supply
Company. The mandate declares that
"the judgment creditors are entitled to
priority of payment over and above the
liens of the mortgages set out in the
proceedings and pleadings in the act
ion" and directs that the receiver R R
King, poy over ta Helen G. Brown,
$3,200 and $1,800 to B. J. Fisher, $25,
000 with interest from January I4th
1901 and the ' costs in the State and
Federal courts. These judgments
were obtained in the Superior court
here on suits against the water com
pany for alleged failure to have a suf
ficient supply of water, on account of
which the old Benbow (now Guilford)
hotel was destroyed by fire, and build
ings belonging to three other com
plainants. By deciding that a private
water supply company is liable for
damages for an insufficient supply of
water in case of a fire, but that a
municipal companj is not, because one
cannot sue himself, the courts have
given great impetus to the proposition
so generally advocated everywhere,
that . a municipality should own its
The proposed action of the Depart
ment of Justic in the Chattanooga lynch
ingcase is declared to be unconsti
tutional s ;
Afflicts Witk Rhuatlti).
"I was and am yet aftlicted with
rheumatism," says Mr. J. C. Eayne,
editor of the Herald, Addington, Indian
Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's
Tain Eulin am able once more to attend
to buiiiiR'HS. It is the bent of liniments. "
If troubled with rheumatism give Tain
E..hii a trial and you are certuin to be
more than i 'eap.ej wilh the prompt re
Ih f v V h it affitrds. One an lication
il'dr'n,' For f 'ft lytav's
3'- i r. n.i y.
i . t: 1 '".'.) n he' ' y t 1
'I. f t " : f, y; y4
i . . Wane, week. ""'
Departed this life March 23,-1906,
Claudius Walton, the infant son of R.
E. snd Annie Weeks, age, two months
and sixteen days. The little one was a
lovely child and not only the hearts of
those to whom he was meat dear are
touched but of the whole community
feel a sense of bereavement. We
doubt not that ho fares better than
earthly parents could hope to do for he
is with Him who aaui "Suffer little
children to come unto me". Weep not
father and mother for the babe is an
Angel and js only awaiting to welcome
those from whom he was taken.
The funeral was conducted by Rev.
W. S. Kay at . the family burying
ground at Kuhns and it was attended
by a large number of friends who
sympathized deeply with the af Aicted
family. : '' .',. -
Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to Journal: -
Raleigh, March, 27. The Supreme
Court handed down the following opin
ions today: j "
Ballard va Hollingsworth. Cumber-
land, affirmed. .
. '. ....
Westvs Railroad, Cumberland, . af
Ballard vs Edwards, Eobeson, affirm-
Willisms v Railroad, Duplin, affirm-
Mayers vs McBimmqn, Robeson, af
firmed. : if : - i ' '. ' '.
Bland vs BeasleyL Pender, affirm
ed. - , v
Smith vs French. Craven, new trial
in both appeals. ' . t:
! Porter vs Telegraph Co. Columbus,
per curiam affirmed. -
Grand Opening Reception
Large crowds attended the big soda
fountain opening at Warren's yester
day and appreciated the generous bos
pitality of the proprietor. It was an
unusual occasion and was greatly en
joyed. A unique advertisement was
put on the st'eet in the afternoon of a
negro horseman dressed in fantastic col
ors riding all over the city with ban
ners announcing the event.
In the evening the people were de
lightfully entertained by the New Bern
Symphony orchestra, composed of the
Misses Wyatt and Mr. Hugh Wood,
and the tables were full U the time.
The store was beautifully adorned with
palms snd plants and the tables Wr re
decorated with pretty bouquets of vio
lets. People filled the store until the
closing time at II o'clock.
1219 drinks were served to those were
visitor at the store during the day and
Plant Rivers With Shad
We are pleased to publish the follow
ing letter which show that the fish
condition is soon to be improved:
Department of Commerce and Labor
BUREAU Or FISHERIES, .
R ; Washington, March 21, 1906
Hon. C. R. ,Thomas, . v'
House of Representatives,
i. ' Washington, D. C. ;
Dear Sir: . i. " -::.(, yv ':'-,.
I have the honor .to acknowledge re
ceipt of application for fish from Mr.
Geo. N. Ives, of New Bern, N. C... the
same bearing your favorable indorse
The request has been placed on file
and ariangement will be made for
supplying the fish as early is practi
cable, y .' y J .V;--vy-
i ; Very respectfully,
, y EO. M- BOWERS. V
' " ' ."-.''-. ',, -f ,i Commissioner.
The application sent by Mr. Ives was
for shad and if tha hopes of the fish
dealers are realized there will be plenty
of fish in the waters around New Bern.
It is said that fishermen are continually
violating laws catching fish under size
and -thus curtailing the number of
available fish, y 'v
No Hops for Douglas Olds
Special to Journal, ' , H :
Raleigh, March 27. Douglas Olds,
the younger son of Cel Fred Olds, lies
critically ill of tuberculosis at Southern
Pines, where he was ' carried Sunday,
by his father. Information received by
wire this afternoon is to the effect that
no hopes are entertained for his re
To draw the fire out-of a burn, hea
a cut without leaving 'a scar, or to cure
boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all skin
and scalp diseases, use De Witt's VYHch
Hazel Salve. A specific for piles. Get
the genuine. - No remedy causes such
speedv relief. Ask for DeWitt's the
genniue. old by F. S. Duffy.
Dr. Augh T. Nelson, of Charlottes
ville died of pneumonia.
The Or' 'nal
Foley " Co., Chi. nrn, originate
Honey snd Tar as a t' r t snd lur
remedy, and on w-l f rrt-i-
mRrii ana pojui y ji 1 1. y n m
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nu iar many irn . i r -
the cenninA. A -.'i f,.r i v'n
andl'arand ref.me a y f
f'red as no o: :r pr. -i v If
tie same Biit;i'':'cl;.-'. ii r . i
tive. It Coli! . A ! f 1 i i
safest fi)rchi!(li ti p '' j 1 1
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Tie Norfolk and f :! i ".
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Vou & Cottlo of LL-;uc:cn3, cnd Civo
We make few-daims of what Liquo-
sone will do. ' And no testimonials are
published to show what it has done, W
prefer that each skk'ona ahould learn its
power by a test, mat t toe quicaest
way to convince you.
So we offer to buy the first bottle and
give it to you to try. Compare it with
common remedies; see how much mora
it does.' Don't cling to the old treat
ments blmdly. The scores ot aiseaae
which are due to germs call for a germi
cide. Please leant what Liquosone. can
do. ' '..:'
Wliat Liqxiozone Is.
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solely from gases. Th formula is seat to
each user. The process of making re
quires large apparatus, and from 8 to 14
days time, n is au-eciea oy uneuuaw
.1 tk. (.Sol. TV nhiert k ta no
III ...v uiiiiio , -
fix and combine the gases as to carry into
ine system a powenui lonic-Koruuciuo.
Contact with Liquosone kills any form
of disease, germ, because germs are of
vegetable origin. Yet to the body Liquo
sone is not only harmless, but helpful
in the extreme. That is its main dis
tinction. ' Common germicides are poison
when taken internally.. That is why
medicine has been so helpless in a germ
disease. ' Liauosone Is exhilarating, vi
talisms, purifying; yet no disease germ
can exist in it. '
liquoaon after thousands of tests had
A West Virginia couple , made their
honey-moon trip on a wagon loaded
No pill is as pleasant and positive a
DeWitt's Little Eariy Risers. Thest
Famous Little Pills are so mild and ef
fective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people say they are
the best liver pills sold. Never gripe.
Sold by F. S. Duffy.
Suits aggregating 9l,2&o,ouu were
instituted by the Mutual Life Insurance
Com nan v against the-McCurds s ant
other former officers, and crimin.
charges are made. . 7-
' ' : Cursa" Hsmerthstsi el ThsLvsgs
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly ajfected that I had many
hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ake. of
Wood, Ind. "I took treatment will
several physicians without any benefit.
I then started to take Foley's Honey
and Tar, and my lungs are now
sound as a bullet." I recommend, it in
advanced stages of lung trouble." Fo
ley's Honey and Tar stops the cough
and heals the lungs, : and prevents
serious results from a cold. Refuse
sabs titutes. Fold by Davis Pharmacy
Four firemen were killed by 'falling
walls at a fire in New York. .
No Pill is as pleasant and pneitivaas
He Witt's Little Early Rioe.s. These
Famous Little Pills sr so mild and ef
fective that children, , delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy thei cleansing
effect while strong people ray they are
the best liver pills sold. Never gripe
F. S Duffy.
Five an-its have been made in con
nection with the failure last October of
the Enterprise National Bank of Alle
gheny, Ps, ,
- The cure that stand to its eredit
make Bin-Men's Arnica Salve a scien
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
lecturer tor the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing rse
of Piles. It heals the .worst Burn,
Sores,' Boils, Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds,
Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only 25c
at All Druggists, v i , ;
The i Rrssian police nave forbidden
the production of VTheQuel'a military
i.,-; ,!"yj A LKsly tssals '.;'';.'-',;
with that old enemy of the race Consti
pation, often ends in Appendicitis. To
avoid all serious trouble with Stomach,
Liver and Bowels, take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They perfectly regulate
these organs, without paini or discom
fort. 25c at All Druggists.
Secretary Bonaparte will succeed
Attorney-General Moody on July 1, it is
believed, ; and George von L. Meyer
will become Secretary of the Navy.
Torturt By Savagss,
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the Bavage tribes in the Philip
pines subject to their captives, reminds
me of the intonse suffering I endured
for throe months from the inflamma
tion of the Kidneys," nays VV. M. f,her
man, of CiiMhirig, !.., "Nothii help
ed me until I tried Electric I : Iters,
tlirpe bdttUs of whiih con;UU!y
cured imo." Cures Liver Cor ; laint,
IV: . - I 'niuJ d sorders snd l.'.i'.ii ii'
an J t'-. lores the weak and nervous to
r : . 1 1 hh. Guaranteed by AllT :
l' ' i. Pii.-e t,'-e.
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been made with it. Its power had been
proved, again and again, in the coat dif
ficult germ diseas. Then-we offered to
supply the fei t bottle free in every di
sease that required it. - ' Aad over one.
million dollars have been spent to an
nounce and fulfill this offer.
The result is that 11,000,000 bottles
have been used, mostly in the past two
years. Today there are countless cured
ones, scattered everywhere, to tell what
Liquosone has done,
But so manv others need it that this
offer is published stiU. In late years, sci
ence has tracea scores oi diseases 10 germ
attacks. Old remedies do not apply to
thwn. We wish to show those sick one
our cost what Liquosone can do.
Where it Applies.
tont hat been rami employed. In these
II BH VwUOU 1W1 WIUODI ivpuwwiit an
a11 nf tLoHA tmnhlcw we buddIt the first
bottle free. And in all no matter how dif-ficult--we
offer each user a two months'
further test without the risk of a penny.
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OTTON fields need never "wear out."
amount of Potash, feeds to the soil the
nourishment that cotton must have, and '
which, the cotton removes from year to year
"Cotton Culture,' our interesting 90-page
book, contains valuable pointers on cotton- "
raising, and shows, fiom comparative photo
graphs, what enormous cotton yields Potash ,
l-iic' rrrAuriA in ifTrnf erotic " - TViio Krtnlr .
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medloinsl and other purposes. Bend us your orders and if not per
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Steam BoaU lines go. " We are located in the State of VhgimVand the N. 1 ,
An-H-jug laws do ntt effect us at all as we are protected by the Intr-Sait.
Ominerce-Laws. We seU corn whiskey at $1.26 per gallon and Eye hisk jy
at $16) par gallon and up. Write us far our complete Price-list and -.
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' Special Bargains in fine quality Hamburg and In:;r- .
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cne half the actual v:,!u2.
Nearly every exp.: i cr freight brings us sorr, r.-r
pieces cf pepur Gray Goods. 'Excellent values ct :
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Svr, ItiflauitutatloB or cMitsrrri imuure ev pOl
Mutd bHMKl UHii sHy in iiimw a gem mtwik.
Iu iwrvoua dwoiiity Liquoiuiia evctstWaV vitiUrt
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If you need Liquosone, and have novf
trieel it, please send us this coupon. - V
will then mail you an order on a local
druggist for a full-size bottle, and will
pay the druggist ourselves for it. Thia
is our free gift, made to convince you;
to lot the product itself show you what
it can do. In justice to yourself, please
accept it today, for it places you under
no obligations whatever.
Liquosone costs 60c. and SI.
cut out this courcri
Fill It oat and man It to Th LlqwMon Ooia
fW)r,ts464 Wabaak CUoaso.
Mr lauM la..
I ha. Mm trtfd IJqonom, but It faa WU1
aupiily m. a auo lUU m. I wUl UJu It.
OIT. tuU addtMa wilM plalaly.
. h'M. Uuf tbla cSur applltatOMWiMta.au'. ..
iiy phyalotan or boipl tl not jr aaitif UiHSeaS
IU tat iaU auppUaS ! a laat.
of any cost or obligation "
KALI WORKS, '
Atlaasa, Qa.-UH So. Braas ftratt.
maae in plain cases, . .
Exprt$ Monty Ordur.
IM of cthtr liquor.
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the counUr; tl.very piceyo"
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