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m WKfiKLY J
f .t; i If
tub lhe: In Two flections, every Tuee
fey and rrlrtay, st Journal BnlldSng, 5-
CHAPLPS L? SrV-VEN?
"" UBW7RIPTION KATEP
ONLY IN ADVANCK,
Official Paper of New Bernand Craven
Advertisine rates Jurnwhed upon ap
plication t the office, or upon inquiry
fif-The judkmk is only wnt on py-B-advanc
tnuis. Subscribers will
rceve notice of expiration of their sub
scription nd an immediate response to
BOtico w..' be appreciated by the
Entered at the Postotlitw,
gt ' m uwnnfi-piwx matter.
New Bern, N. C, May 11 196.
WILMINGTON'S WONDERFUL COM
The annual report of the Wilmington
Chamber of Commerce, shows that
city's commercial and industrial growth
to border on the sensational, consider
ing the more or less transportation
handicap which this North Carolina
metropolis has labored under. With
apletidid water facilities, Wilmington
bas been hampered by insufficient and
inefficient railroad facilities, which
have tended to lessen the benefits of
the water route, and while there has
been some improvement in more train
service and lessening the freipht rate
discrimination to which the North Caro
Una metropolis has had to submit, as a
competitor with Norfolk, Va., in west
ern business, yet there remaii)3 track:
barriers, in discriminations of rates,
unfair and unjust to Wilmington.
Another matter in this question of
transportation, which hampers Wilmintr
ton f.nd the territory north of it in
this State, is the single track service
of the Atlantic Coast Line. The Jour
nal List year noted this lack of enter
prise of the Atlantic Coast Line, which
attempts to do a double track service
on a single track. By this poor service
Wi lmington's commerce and that which
goes through it, is seriously hampered
and injured every year, and industries
are compelled to remain stationary, be
causo by any increase they could not
move their output to market.
The Chamber of Commerce report
shows an increase of population of 00
per cent in five years, while the death
rata shows a decrease, being only 17.53
per 1000, with the increase of popula
tion. The postoffice receipts show an
increase of 26 per cent, and the value
of real estate to be 50 per cunt higher
than five years ago, while new build
ing and improvements during I0u".,
In the commercial statement, cotton
lead, $19,000,000, and groceries follow
$10,250,000, the totals being $45,735,
600, a gain for 1905 over 1904, of $8,
000,000. This is a notable record of
substantial growth, one that is based
upon a solid foundation, and which is
likely to continue with increasing gains
each year. And in this connection the
Journal is glad to note that the news
papers of Wilmington Bhow in their
v-olumns, an improvement worthy of
the city they represent, and in whose
interests they have been valiant cham
pions, and proven an important power
in securing the growth which has been
North Carolinians can well feel proud
" ef Wilmington's magnificent growth
and the prospects of her future.
is of value, ought to be given encour
agement to come and go afford those
citizens who must remain at hornet the
opportunity for mental and physical
recreation whichever they may desire
Among the rich and those who can
seek larger cities for greater and
more varied amusements, than may be
found at home, there is apt to be found
a selfishness, an opposition to. street
fairs, carnivals, the circus or any of
those traveling forms of shows. No
doubt there are .annoyances to many
when these shows crowd the streets,
but to the greater number of people,
these shows offer the only chance
whereby the poorer classes, and even
the fairly well-to-do class can see a
performance, enjo an afternoon or
night or two, at a cost within their
means, and have a pleasure which shall
lessen the toil and monotony in their
The every day person, the summer
stay at home, need recreation. Parks
and out door sports are needed in every
city for these people. They pay taxes,
they support local institutions, they
build up and keep up the retail trade,
and in return they are entitled to some
chance or form of recreation congenial
to their likes, and within their means,
and these are certain to be offered, if
the municipality shall give those who
have amusements to offer, the chance
to present them to every day people.
AMUSEMENT FOR EVERY
The street carnival recently held in
this city, has provoked criticism hostile
to that form of amusement, more par
ticularly is this criticism, that residents
oa the streets where these carnivals
are held, must submit to a great deal
of personal annoyance and discomfort.
There is also the argument of the
' .blockade that must be endured by all
citizens who have to travel on or use
, the streets where these carnivals locate
their games, tents and various forms
of amusements. . ,
,ir may be, said at once, that there
can be advanced reasons why any and
every kind of amusement should be
kept off the streets, and even from
showing in a city. ,H
But there are broader reasons for
public amusements which should be
. given, and while no citizen or citizens,
or an section of a city should be sub
jected to annoyances, if not worse, be
cause some amusement is to be pre
sented, yet it should be recognised that
the people should not have to demand
amassment, but that ' every murJci
tality should see to it that amusements
of a healthy character, those which
shall give entertainment of a kind that
PLANTED HERE LAST NIGHT.
Ow Half Mllltoa Shad put la Cap Ftar Wa
ters, Though sot Due lor That Place.
Wilmington Dispatch, May 7.
Six hundred thousand additional shad
are swimming around beneath the wa
ters of the Old Cape Fear today. This
giant number of fish was planted last
night. It was unintentional that they
should Beek a resting and hatching
place in Cape Fear waters, but they
"got there just the same." It seems
that the six hundred thousand were
scheduled to go to New Bern, but
missed connections of trains delayed
the shipment so that the only thing
that could be done was to bring the fish
to Wilmington last night and plant
. May 4.
Spring has at last opened in full
blast and cold weather has vanished for
. The farmers are progressing rapidly
with their work.
There has been scarcely any rain for a
Mr A E Whitehead of Bachelor at
tended Quarterly Meeting at Tuttles
Grove Saturday and Sunday?
Misses May Adams and Ada Becton
of Harlowe were in our midst Wednes
Rev and Mrs W A Pi land of Newport
were the guests of Mr and Mrs John
Sabiston Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Lena Perkins and Margaret
them here. So about twelve lar.ee casks
came in on the be'atcd Coast Linetrai i ' Ellis of Newport w(re the guest of Mrs
from the north last night, and wer ! A lex Foreman Saturday night and Sun
carried down to the fool of Market St. day.
a!jout !:: o'clock and their con? ': The M E Church South at Tuttles
dumped overboard, or at least dnmpe-t Grove was dedicated April 29, Rev DH
beneath the waters, for the casks wer : Tuttle of Fayetteville, N. C, assisted
lowered and then opened. The shad wer ' by Rev W A Filand conducted the deJi
newly hatched s.nd went a scrambling : cation services.
in all directions in the water. Mis8e8 th and Lillian Kenedy of
However, New Bern will not go with- Newport were the guest of Mrs M A
out its shad, for a large shipment that ! Stanton Saturday and Sunday.
was due here tomorrow niunt win be
carried there instead.
ARTIFICIAL PRICES DUE TO TARIFF.
A bulletin on the " course of whole
sale prices for 1890 to 1905," issued by
the bureau of labor at Washington,
gives valuable , data ior tee suiaern,
who would see the effect of tarifT upon
prices of commodities in this country,
and the consumer would see the need
for a revision, in order to check the
onsiantly advancing price on articles
uaed in domestic consumption.
The report shows in summary that
iking all commodities together, at no
ime in the last sixteen years have pri
es been so high as in 1905. Last year
the average was 15.9 per cent above
he average for the ten-year period 1S90
to 1899. It was 2.6 above the average
for 1904, the next highest year, and
29.2 per cent above the low price in
1897. And the increase between Deeem-
oer, 1904, and Uec3moer 1905, was a.u
per cent; but the real significance of
these advances ia to be noted, when a
comparison is made in the export price
of these same commodities, that while
the bulletin gives the wholesale price,
these same goods are being sent abroad
and sold at a lower price than' ever the
wholesale price in this country, and to '
this wholesale price must be added the
extra cost which the consumer must pay,
who buvs at retail.
Take farm produce, it cost 58.6 per
cent more in 1896 than in 1905, while
metal and implements were 41.8 per
cent higher than in 1898, and lum
ber and building materials were 4L4 per
cent in 1905, above 1897, and this ad
vance, and a big one it is, cannot beex-
Iained by local conditions, it is artifi
cial in most instances, as is borne out
by the fact of these goods are being ex
ported and sold in foreign countries at
decidedly lower prices than they are
here, and the argument for it has been
that the manufacturer needs "protec
tion." It would seem that the time is
due for the American consumer to re-
ceive.a.ittleJ'rotection,V.and a tariff
revision which "would develop "some
competition from theoutside world would
likely prove a good remedy, in securing
protection for the American consumer.
De Not fee hnpossd Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and DODnlaritv of Folev's Honev
and far many imitations are offered, for
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of
fered as no other preparation will give
the same satisfaction.; It ja mildly laxa
tive. It contains no opiates and is
safest for children and delicate persons,
For sale by Davis Pharmacy.
Mrs Frank Fry, of near Mt Jackson
shenandoah county, was killed in a driv
ing accident. .
Worth Thinking About
The organized efforts being made in
North Carolina and many other Slates
to convince cotton farmers thit the ex
tra 2,000,000 bales that have heretofore
been produced for the purpose of pay
ing for food stuffs has bee-i Ihe ruin
not only of the farmer, but of the en
tire south, will, it is thought, be effec
tive to keep down the tcreae except
in Texas. If the extra bales of cot tea
could be turned into actual brerd and
meat, instead of being sold on the mar
ket as cotton, the producer might not
be damaged, but as long as 10,000,000
bales will bring ten cents per pound
and aggregate $500,000,000, just so long
wll 12,000,000 bales have to sold at
about eight cents per pound and bring
to the farmer $40.000,000. 1 his proves
the argument of the writer many years
airo, 4 that it was ! :ttcr for the cotton
farmers to produce their own supplies
than to have them had down at their
nearest depot free . f cos?" as tliey re
:eiv j nothiiig for t io labor expended on
the extra bales produced. I d not
think there will be !.iuch redi..tia.; in
this rftate from last year, as the reduc
lion has already be.i made. More at
tention is being gi s.n to supplies and
stock. Our farmers are inventing sur
plus in land, improved implements,
farm journals and education.- Georgo
Allen, Raleigh, N. C, in Manufactur
To Curs A Cold in 0ns Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to
cure t,. W. drove s signature is on
ach box. 25c.
Rev E H Davis, presiding elder of
this district held the Quarterly Confer
ence here Saturday.
Mr D S Sanders and Mr and Mrs
Banny Bell of Beaufort attended servi
ces at Tuttles Grove Wednesday after
noon. Mr C T Rogers of Newport was a
delegate at the conference Saturday
and was licened to preach.
Mr Anthony Huff of North River met
with a serious accident last Sunday by
being thrown from a cart. He was
badly bruised and his injuries are in
ternal, which may prove fatal as he is
The series of revival meetings con
ducted by Rev D H Tuttle of Fayette
ville, has accomplished much good. To
say that he preached well in to express
the truth very mildly. His preaching
was clear, forceful and with great pow
er. The people of the place were cap
tivated by bis preaching and by his
spirit as a consecrated Christian. The
spintual life of the church has been
greatty quickened and many have made
an open profession of faith ia Christ
and were received in the church.
Several infants and larger children
LIST OF LETTERS '
Remaining m the Post-; Office at New
Bern, Craven county,- N. C, May 7,
' 1906. - ' : .
A C D Ares, (2) Albemarle Steam
B Alfred Ball, W R Brown, James
C W Clay. '
0 u Artnur i-au, xianye ieopu.
E J E Ellis, (D L).
F Tohe Fulcher (2).
G R F Green, clerk Richmond Bap
tist church, Jim Green, W J Gaylrr.
H Adolphus Hansley, Edna Ham
mond (D L), Henry Hargett.
J Dany Jones.
L J D Littleton, 16 Moe street, R F
Leary, (D L),Chas. E. Lynham.
M Lemuel H Morris, E D Mitchell.
N J W Neel, 16 Chesnut street.
W li C Wight, Vinia Wiiidfkld,
Mallard Write, R F D, 3 care Frank
Write, Walter Willis, J C Williams box
WOMEN'S LI8T. "
Elizabeth Adkinson, 15 Dan Al
B-Mrs. Minnie Bryan, 106 Greene
Mrs. Caroline Biggs, 11 Broad St.
Mrs Clarisa Blount, R F D, Mrs
C Hester Crag, Miss Annie Cuth-
D Mrs. JE Dixon, Marian Drewner.
11 Cedar street, Marion Dennis, Jer
man street, care land lady.
II Mrs J C Hall, Zorah, N C, Mrs.
Caroline Harper, R F D (2).
J Mrs Franklin Jones, Craven St.
M Pensive Mitchell, Mrs Rochana
Morgan, care M C Arthur.
W Amelia Whitfield, Ellen 3t
Persons calling for the above dates
will please say advertised and give date
The regulations now require that (1 )
cent shall be collected on the delivery
of each advertised letter.
S. W. HANCOCK,
A Mountain of Cold.
uli not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as
d one 25c box of Kucklen's Arnica
alve, when it completely cured a run-
ring sore on her leg, which had tortur
ed her 23 long years. Greatest ant1-
eptic healer of Piles, w'ounds, unJ
Sores. 25c at all Drug Stotes.
Elam'iOrchwtrs Will Furnish Music at This
Rssort This Seison.
Manager F. P. Morton, of the Atlan
tic Hotel, Morehead City, has closed a
contract with Claud Elam of Greensbo
ro , N. C, to furnish the music at thio
resort during the season opening Jup-
1st. Mr. Elam will have six people - pi
ano, violin, cornet, clarionet, siid"
trombone and doiiSle bass. He hn .i
capital orchestra and will no doubt give
Baanths Iln Ui Ha Hhmyt Iwflt
, Police officials who havo been invest!
gating the mysterious death of Charles
L. Spier, confidential agent of H. H,
Rogers, who was found dead in his
home in Staten Island, reported that
the evidence indicated that. Spier bad
committed suicide. '
Too cannot have good health unless
your kidneys are sound, far the kidneys
filter the blood of impurities which
otherwise act as irritating poisons and
break down the delicate .organs of the
body and cause serious trouble. If you
have kidney or bladder trouble and do
pot use Foley's Kidney Cur, you .will
have only yourself to blame for results
as it poesitivety cures all form? of kid
ney and bladder diseases. For sale by
Davis' Pharmacy. , -
TO PLAY AT MOREHEAD
Not If asRIchasRocksftllsr.
If you had all the wealth of Rocke
feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
couid not buy a better medicine for
bowel complaints than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The moat eminent physician can not
prescribe a better p paration for colic
and diarrhoea, both for children hnd
adults. The uniform success of this
remedy has shown it to be superior to
all others. It never fails' and when
reduced with water and sweetened, is
pleasant to take. Every family should be
supplied with it. Sold by Davis Phar
and F. S. Duffy.
A modern factory for the manufact
ure of men's shoes exclusively will be
built in Atlanta Ga., its projectors say
they have faith that the South will be
making the shoes of the country before
Howard Cary, of New York, a cousin
of Lord Fairfax, is believed by the
post-mcrteni examiner to have commit
ted suicide in London.
What's the good of keepingfrom him
Any good things you may see,
That will lift his load of labor
Like Rocky Mountain Tea.
For Sale by F. S. Duffy.
M. Boisneuf, a candidate in the'
Guadeloupe elections, killed two Social
ists, and a mob sacked his house and
and thoae of several of his friends. i
A Guarantetd Cure For Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
It waB reported in Richmond that
Justice Harlan, of the United States
Supreme Court, had issued a writ of
error in the fay Shore case.
4 cure may be effected by applying
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child
is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft
cloth before allowing the child to nurse.
Many trained nurses use this salve with
the best results. Price 25 cents per box.
Sold by Davis Pharmacy, and F. S.
The S!ate department received the
following cablegram from the American
consul at Hankau, China: "Immense
flood in Haunan province. Great loss
of life and property. AU foreigners
The cures that stand to its credit
r. tike Bucklen'a Arnica Salve a scien-
t.iic wonder. It cured E. K. Mulford,
lecturer tor the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of Piles. It heals the worst Burns,
Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds,
Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only 25c
at All Druggists.
An auto in which Congressman and
Mrs. Longworth, formerly Miss Alice
Roosevelt, were seated was stopped for
needing in Cincinnati and the owner
Dsatks from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ratio that the use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills Increases.
They save you from danger and bring
quick and ' painless release from con
stipation and the ills growing out of it.
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. Guaranteed by all Druggists,
25c. Try them.
No Pill is as pleasant and positive as
I'eWitt' Little Early Itisexs. These
Famous Little Pills are so mild and ef
fective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansinc
effect, while strong people say they are
the best uver pins sold. Never gripe.
r . UMTV.
The Littie Tycoon
Chief among the soloists in te Little
Tycoon opera are Mrs Harris Messrs.
Pumphrey and Watson. Much is ex
acted of them and they meet the re
quirements admirably. All those who
have attended in rehearsals speak in
high terms of praise of their singing,
Their clear, strong voices; their stage
presence; and the conception of their
characters.. The pink dancing girls are
a striking feature of the opera and all
combtnejo make one of the most bean
tiful operatic performances that has
appeared in New Bern this season.
Has Stood the Tsst 25 Ysare.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
irrtlt ff f .
Vmu ionic, xou Know what you are
taking. : It is iron and quinine in a
The representatives of the anthracite
mines reached an agreement with the
operators whereby peace ia assured for
three years, and the Lehigh company
later announced a reduction in price of
forty cents a ton. '
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Tha lid Yc3 tz:i A!?2?s lz
British Foreign Secretary Grey states
that Turkey's attitude toward Egypt
makes it impossible for Great Britian
to recede from ita position. .
FertuaaU Mlssmirlana. ,
'When I was a druggist, at Livonia,
Mo.." writes T. J. Dewey, now of
Graysville, Ma, "Three of my custom
era were permanently eared of con
sumption by Dr. King's New Discov
ery, and are well and strong today.
He was trying to sell his property and
move to Arizona, but after using New
Discovery a short time he found it un
necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King
New Discovery as the most wonderful
medicine in existence." Surest Cough
and Cold curs and Throat and Lung
healer, 'joaranteed by all Druggist,
50c anl f , Trial bottle free.
"""' ! 1 " TWVvW 1
he) Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
to 'use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- ' and bos been made under his per
ll&f'is sonal supervision since its Infancy
t r -r- Allow no one to aeceiTe you in tnu. .
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but
experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of?
Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment .
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pars
goric, Drops And Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotto
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroyS-Vorm
and allays Peverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipatkm
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach, and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWaYO
Sears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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Supreme Court Opinions
Special to The Journal.
Raleigh, May 8. Opinions hsnded
tijw'n by the Supreme Court today wore:
State vs Summers from Guilford, no
Dickerson vs Simmons from Surry, 1
Machine Co. vs Tobacco company
from Forsyth, new trial.
Rollin vs Tobacco Co: from Forsyth,
Rankin vs Michim from Gaston af
Puett vs Railway from Caldwell, new
Martin vs Houck f om Caldwell af
State Ex Rel Etc. vs Gibbs from
Burke, defendants , appeal docketed
and dismissed under rule 17.
. i Great Floods in China
Special to Journal. v
Shanghai, China, May 8. Freshets
and rains in the Human province has
caused great destruction of property
and loss of life. - It is estimated that
over one thousand have been drowned.
.The foreigners are all reported safe. '
The French elections are regarded as
sustaining -the Government's attitude
toward the '.separation of church and
state and other question.
This condensed schedu'a is published as information and is subject to chant;
without notice to the publ'e. ' " .
Train Nos. 112 and 103 connect at Goldsboro with Atlantic Coast Line
trains, both Southbound and Northbound; and with Atlantic and North Carolina
trains for Morehead City and intermediate p unts. '
Train No. Ill connect at Greonsboro with train No. 33 for Charkitts, Coram
bia and Jacksonville. . No. 37 solid Pullman train, drain? room sleepers New
York to New Orleans and Memphis, also for Winston-Salem, Wilkesboro, Dan
ville and local stations.
Train No. 117 handles through coach between Raleigh, Chase City' and
Richmond, where close connection is made with Washington Southern Railway
for Washington and Eastern cit ies. " . j -
Train No. 107 connects at Durham fur Oxford, Chase City and Richmond;
University Station for Chapel Hill daily except Sunday; at Greensboro triti
train No. 36 for Washington and points North, close connection for lnstoa
"alem, High Point, Salisbury, Charlotte an 1 intermediate stations.
Train No. 135 connects at Greensboro with No. 39 for Charlotte, Columbia
snd Jacksonville; No. 35 for Atlanta and all points South and Southwest. Nos,
Si and 38 for Washington and all points North; connection is also made at SaUV
tuinr tnr Wmtarn North Carolina points.
3. H. Hardwick, P. T, M. W. H. Taylog, G. P.
Washington, D. C.
1. L. Vernon, T. P. A.
Charlotte, N. C.
B, Spbncm, G, M
E. Green, C T. A.
Raleigh, N. C
New Stock Horses
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
By local applications, as they connot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way t cure deafness
an! that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, snd unless the
inflammation can be taken oat and this
tubs restored to its normal condition.
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surface.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh (that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. '
F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
Sold by Druggists,. 75c :
' Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
) - )
We have just recdvtd a fine Tot of
horses suitable for farm work or dri
ving, which we wil sell at reasogabk)
prices. . ,
We have also a full line of W agent.
Buggies, Harness, and , everything
usually kept in an up-to-date stable)
we will niaKe terms Kign
Seus. " '
C H mil ft ft;
66 Broad St
New Bern, 17 O
J. M. ARNOLD,
M. Hahn&Co j
Livery, Feed. Sale and Exchange Stables. " f -
Largest and Finest Stock of Horses and Mules ever offered in New Bm.
A car load of each just received. Complete line of Buggies, Wajons, Harass.
Robes, Whips and Cart Wheels.
Hahn s Old Stable. Middle Street.
twavs . P em Tiar
Com C r OrcDv-y. C j
ia 3 Eiyf
tasteless form. No Cure, No pay, :