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New Hern, N. C, May 2.r), 1906.
EDUCATION BY SiCHT SEEING
The Under liy the Craven County
Boaid of l-Mucation, of the opportunity
to tiie white teai-hers in the puldie
schools of the county, to attend the
North . 'arolina Sum-ivr School, wh'eh
is to Iv h'-M in llaleitrh .lime 1 tlt.li to
,iu! "it), and !. pay the transportation
and tuition 'd' these teachers is one of
the wis. ;; moves the Hoard has ever
m id--. ih,1 one which, if the teachers
will ii.voet. :md profitably use, will re-
and 1 ' to
1 It is iM'-in' y
lienefit to the teachers,
In.' i: '..inal advancement in
whi'ii the' teachers return
n of sie-ht seeinir. min;r-
linjr with ether t.-aeher-s. and studying
in the el.! ;.-.e- ;,t this Summer School.
Tnci'ti, - ir:i U'-C( s :'.ry cost to the
teachers ,vh,. will accept this ott'er. is
thai i.f'N.nr.t .chile in Raleigh, and this
can he .-ecuf'Ml t a low rate. Teachers
can if t I'.-v " piii more money than
this cost e , m -, and lodging, hut the
visit to V, i i -' ; l r 1 i should be a matter of
luisin ss lor ccrv teacher, one which is
to prol'.t 'hem, enlarging their ideas
and iiur them new ones, and the
three weeks in lialeigh offers a rare
chance for educational improvement to
every Craven county teacher who ac
cepts the tend"r of free transportation
am! t uii ion.
The visit to Ualeigh, with its public
buildings and State institutions, its hall
of history 'and museum and library,
will be of extreme interest, and on
every side outside of the school room,
will be things to see and learn of. which
will always be of value. It is to be
hoped that every teacher of Craven
will go I" Raleigh to attend the Summer
THE TEDIOUSNESS OF LAW COURTS
The adjustment of civil actions be
tween persons, and between persons
and corporal ions must forever continue,
but there ought to be with the growth
of the work of the Superior courts,
methods devisi '. which shall prove some
relief to tho-ewho need the court to
solve eivil actions for them, instead of
making it an extra expense and bur
den for litigants.
The law's delay is often attributed
to the Judge and lawyers, the first as
being over conservative, hence assent
ing to technicalities, which lawyers
whose personal interests may be best
served by delays and continuances, or
whose clients will pay largest fees,
if their cases shall be continued until
they have worn out their opponents
through harassment and costs.
The solution is not an easy one, for
who shall impute unfairness to the
Judge, who may spend seemingly extra
time on cases, or can the plea be made
against the lawyer, for unjustngss,
who serves his client, even if the course
pursued be one of dilatoriousness ?
However this may be, the present
Superior courts do not offer the relief
uemanuea, or serve tneir full purposes.
The Superior court of Craven county,
which has just ended its two weeks
ternrv finished perhaps one-tenth or one
" twelfth of the cases on its calendar
This left a huge preponderance of cases
to be continued, a large number liti
gants to pay additional costs for wit
nesses and lawyers, at the same time
leaving these litigants in uncertainty
if even the next court will find their
cases far enough advanced to receive
a good satisfactory trial. It is not to
be presumed that Craven county suf
fers more' than others, for the hard'
ship is to be found In other counties,
but thero Bhould be soma remedy, for
with the prcaont delayB, many honest
persons, with the cases of the utmost
importance to them are either kept
" out of court, because of the extreme
" uncertainty of gettirt.r a hearing within
any rfixed time or if their cases got
placed on the calendar, they can be do-
layed and kept from trial, until the
' costs drivs thetn nwa.v, to accept, pas
the injustice and wrong done
PLEA FUR CRAFT IN BUSINESS AND
That old extenuating- plea, the means
justifying the end sought, is too much
in evidence in this day, when the plea
for graft is made upon the grounds
that businass will not .-an ceod, or legis
lation cannot be fully carried out, un
less there he grafter rather dishonesty,
In this connection, Max Cohen's tes-;
timonv before the House committee on
; h en ihc
ton method ";' so
lation. shows he
"1 am willing !
said , "that even
was spent by
: st '.-m
And I : ui
I'S of V,.;'
i: ..' ; I. i h
H-r s.iv i
o .ioli.irs t
not only snvi
millions of d
ot other ci
; . ! ".-imii'S
,n'o M,.,h an
l h.it to cha'
;' the Cohen
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nor will it
o.-opl'.v in I
lation of i
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Wlil be I'
it be coi
Has Stooi! f-e
The old. one.., il ;
Chill T.mv. V,.', i
takimr. it .. ir.-i
tasteless form. -N-
r?i 25 Years.
ow what you are
anil piiinine in a
Our Si'hiirh Across
tends a Lr
: i: ' if r on her
iiinir.g trim and
a ure. she ex-Diiii-
to all who
nil her b.
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come wit l
ier whether their
: . She -lifers many
ret and that will
1 1 and rest of those
vlgelo'i is the best
th riv A hard
i :;T leu il descent
pi .; for the nn
as Hi-..o skilled ill
stay be long i
things that w
serve for the
who are physi
bathing i! .ei
makes it e:
the art of s.v,
1 : aitor.ts an ex
fo learn this very
1 proprietor ef the
imoortant branch of
Mr. Archie Wallac
bath houses has bathing suits and all
paraphernalia necessary for indulgence
in this sport and iudi -a'.ioo . are thai the
beach will be more popular than it was,
Picnics and evening parties will also
be held there this sumovr. The place
is being improved with that idea in
view and everything is beinmade as
pleasant and convenient, as possible. A
pavilion for dancing will be built and
many other attractions are being added
and it will be a pleasant place to visit
either to spend the day or a few hours.
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in (i to 14 days. 50c,
Death of Fred. G. Land.
After a distressing sickness lasting
eleven days, Mr. Fred. G. Land, son of
James K. and Alice Land, died shortly
before noon yesterday. He had suf
fered an attack of typhoid-pneumonia
of the most virulent typo and although
he was a strong and vigorous young
man he was unable to throw off the
Fred was born in Arapahoe, Pamlico
county, severteen years ago,, but has
Leen a resident of New Hern most of
his life. A strange and sad coincident
is that his disease und death were very
similar tc--that of Wade Ind, his cou
sin, who died in April, and to whom he
was very much attached,, the two being
nearly the same age. He was an ir
du8trious,Bteady and reliable young
man and had a' host of friends who
sympathize deeply with the' bereaved
family. V . - ,.
The funeraljerviees will be held In
Centenary Methodist church this even
ing at six. o'clock. -
for thUdi -mi tafa, luro, Mo cptatae
Things That Will b Sun and Dons Ntxt
Week, tlabonte Plant Mad tor fht
The Bazaar next week will be as
much fun, and as great a relaxative
from business and worry as was the
a few years ago. We promise
that the young will be gay; that the
"old folks" will become young Stan
ly Hall will be a bower of beauty.
Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal will interest all
the ladies with the fancy work booth
CWIV1 n 11Mb JVU VBIIIIU, 1111 - UJIV, SO
in the catalogue.
Mesdames O. Marks and S. W. Han-
cock promise the most delightful
things to eat. The supper at 25 cents,
' and the great 4 course supper on Thurs
,av evonjng wjn De the biggest thing
ever offereil for 50 cents, and one who
does not partake of the delicacies thus
ottered, will never cease to reffret.
c Cshinir itond and Indian village.
has w'" '0 a P'ace where everyone will be
, t ho fount! lingering. It is rumored that
bul one of the tribes of Cherokees from
deis , Western North Carolina, will te pres
ent, and read all manner of good things
as is told by the stars in Indian love,
Cu-eat things await the sight.
We acknowledge from J. G. Dunn &
Schilf & Solomon, New York, 1 suit
Arnold, Constable & Co. New York, 1
C. M. Hodden & Co. Newark, N. C,
Hawes, VonCal & Co., New York.
Kr.in Kerdheinier & Co. Cincinnatti,
1 pair Red Cross shots,
lierli.'ier, Strauss & Meyer, N Y., 1
do-, l-in-hand ties.
('has Schoolbaum & Son, N. Y. 1 Old
Rose shirt-waist pattern.
Max H Hremmcr, New York, 1 pair
trousers, 1 lace collar.
K Rosenfeld & Co. Balto, 1 bx night
l-roni fopsi-t ola i o ami israanam s
Coshocton i;i;is Co. $." (Kl.
Crown Cork & Seal Co. J doz stag
handle silver openers.
The Meyer Card Co. Chicago, j doz
oil ta r designs on leather, 5 wood
S TA-itchell Co. Philadelphia, 1 box
Federal I.ith.i Co. Y., 5 art en
gravings. Edwards Dentoch Litho Co. Chicago,
1 box imported art panels.
Henderson l.ilho Co. Cincinnatt, 1
French Core & Co. Philadelphia, 2 bxs
Yawman fc York Mfg Co. Rochester,
1 automatic fishing reel.
From K. H. Hackburn, by
FH I.eggett & Co., N. Y., 2 cases
From C J McSorley & Co. by
Geo H'ome & Sons, Italto, 1 case
Silcrow ij Richton, N. Y., lease toys
Wm Deiches & Co , Balto, 2 boxes
Henry George Cigars
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to
cure E. W. Grove's signature is on
e u-h box. 25c.
An Appeal For Aid
To the Public :
My Dear Friends 1 am compelled to
ask you for some assistance on the new
church house of worship which is now
in course of erection for the Cedar
Grove Baptist church congregation on
Cypress street above Burn, opposite
the colored cemetery. Already more
than 100,000 bricks have been or
dered and placed in the walls. -The
brick work is about half finished. The
men, 22 in number, are still at work
and we hope to keep them there till the
building is finished and ready for use.
I am this week, asking all of the best
and liberal hearted citizens of this
town to give donations to help the work
along. I shall be very glad if you will
give something to the chnrch work
either to some of those who are can
vassing the city this week or send it
directly to this office. The donations
may be given in material or cash as
the giver may elect.
Thanking you for your favor in ad
vance. 1 am yours truly,
A. L. E. WEEKS,
In an effort to collect an income tax
from United States engineering officers
engaged in work there, Canada has
seized their household goods.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
By local applications, as they connot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There ia only one way t ) cure deafness
an J that ia 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 ia the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and this
tube 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 fiae of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh (that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
. Take Hall's Family Pills for cons tl
ation. -... " ..
DESTRUCTIVE FORFST FIRE
In Jones and Carteret Counties. $50,000
Loss.' Farmers Fight the Flames.
Newport, May 1 We have had one
of the greatest forest fires that we
have had in this section of the country
in 36 years. It Is claimed it origi iated
in Jones county, 7 days ago, it has burnt
an area of about 15 miles square, and
is yet burning, in defiance of all that
the people can do. It came through
the poronin on the 17th, it took all that
50 men could do to save the fences and
homes of the people living on the poco
sin, Saturday night at II o'clock you
could see how to read a paper by the
light of the tl.otwo miles away,
The Sabbath day w;is spent in fighting
the fire, by fid men or more. The pres
ent fire has n...! toyed over $")i,000
worth of timber, the men have been
fighting it IM hours without sleep or
rest. We hope it will rain soon, if it
does, not this whole section will be
burnt. i( we make no mistake there
is a law to punish the fire miscreant
and in our opinion he need; the fud ex
tent of the law this time.
I). V. F.
Supreme Courl Opinions
Special to Journal:
Raleigh, May 2?--The Supreme Court
handed down the following opinions to
Watson vs Firmer, from Wilson, af
firmed. Commissioners vsStcdman, New Han
State vs Southern Railway, Burke;
Harton vs Telephone Co. Rutherford
Kernodla vs Telegraph Co. Alamance
Moore vs McLain, from Polk, new
Woody vs Timber Co. from Yancey,
Gudger vs Whitt), from Madison, new
Rumbugh vs Sacket.t.from Madison,
McPeters vs Eglish, from Madison,
Hemphill vs Lumber Co., Buncombe,
Gilliand vs Bd of F.duca ion, Bun
combe, no error, this case involved the
attendance at the white schools if pu
pils alleged to h'aVo been tainted with
Merrick vs Stevenson, Runcombe, ap
Burnett vs Lyman, Buncombe, er
ror. Dunn vs Railway, Buncombe, re
versed. Boggs vs Pickett, from Durham, per
Beenlhe Vim HaveAlwaYS Bougtit
llie Kind You Have kmi
The Northern Presbyterian General
Assembly voted to organize a Presby terian
brotherhood to bring the men of
the church closer together and adopted
a strong declaration for Sabbath obser
vance. Sore Nipples."
A 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.
At San -Francisco, four cases ara add
ed to the coroner's list of earthquake
and fire victims. The total number is
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buiy Kedleioe for Boij People.
Bring! Golden Health tad Eenewed Vigor.
A swlflc - for Cnnattpfttlnn, Indlpwitlon. !.!
.iiid Kiluty Troiiltle, Pimples, kcemn, iinpur
Blood. Km! Hreatli. ttiuirclali lluuwl, Hc.ulache
Bad UHCkarhe. H'g Rocky Mountain Tra in tab
let form, K ent j box. Crnulnc muda by
obuerKR Pnro Coupanv, Miuliwn, Wig,
IDEM MGGETS FOB SALLOW PEOPLE
A score of men employed in the en"
gine and dynamo rooms of the Glucose
Company's plant in Shady Side, N. J,,
were more or less injured by the explo
sion of a big steam pipe.
CASTOR I A
, , Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
There are said to be fifty or sixty ca
ses of smallpox in Frederick county,
: ..f r . . .
h le Dmgeroue to Neglect I Cold.
How often do we hear it remarked:
"It's only a cold," and a few days later
learn that the man ia on his back with
pneumonia. This is of such common
occurrnce that a cold, however slight,
should not be disregarded, Chamberlains
Cough Remedy counter-acts any ten
dency of a cold to result In pneumonia,
and has gained its great popularity and
extensive sale by its prompt cures of
this most common ailment. It always
cures and is pleasant to take. For sale
by Davis Thar and F. S. Duffy.
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
Mldwmsier Bead Csacsrt.
Editor Journal: J - 'S-
Is there not some way that the city
officials can be interested in the welfare
of the stav-at-homea during the sum
mer months, in arranging a series of
-oneerts. by the Knights of Pythias
Band? The writer has no doubt what
ever that the business men as well as
the citizens of New Bern would gladly
contribute to this movement, bearing
in mind that the proceeds go for a good
cause. It looks like pity that a city
the size of New Bern, cannot have
something that would make the long
evenings of summer go by pleasantly,
when they have such a good band at
their disposal, and I am certain that if
concerts were arranged for two nights
in the week that they would be appre
ciated by everyone.
A WELL WISHER.
Jones County Democratic Primary
Pollocksville, May 19. Jones county
democrats convened here today at 4 p,
m.,and held their meeting to appoint
delegates to the several conventions.
The meeting called to order by C. I.
Pebruhl, who was made permanent
chairman and S. Hudson made secre
tary. On motion all democrats in good
standing in the party were appointed
delegates to the County Convention.
On motion the following resolutions
were passed. "
Resolved 1st, That we feel and be
lieve that Senator Simmons is making
us an efficient able Senator, that he is
our choice to succeed himself and that
our County Convention take steps to
govern itself accordingly.
2nd, That we endorse the course of
our democratic member of Congress,
Hon. Charles R. Thomas, and we in
struct our delegates to the County
Conventionjto vote for a resolution of
instruction for his renomination.
3rd, That these preceedings be sent
to the New Bern Journal and request
th. ir publication. Adjourned sine die.
C. I. DEBRUHL, Chm'n.
S. HUDSON, Sec'y.
May 22, 1906.
Farmers are very blue over the cold
dry weather and poor come up of
Timber and sawmill men seem to be
doing well. Prices of their product ad
vancing all the time.
The country seems alive with fortune
hunters from all sections of the coun
try. Timber is the one big investment
generally taken up.
We have two savf mills here running
on full time most every day. The
Benders Lumber Co, has one and the
Polloksville Lumber Co. one. The lat
ter is loading a large barge at their
mill this week for a firm in Philadel
Mr. M S Carter and bride have re
turned from an extended bridal tour
south as far as Tampa, Fla.
We are very sorry to learn of the
serious sickness of Mrs I H Barrus at
her home in this place.
We received a very interesting letter
a few days ago from Senator Walker
Meares who is so well known in this
section as the former representative
in the cotton trade forsMessrs Alex
Sprunt & Son of Wilmington. He is
now in Hartaville, S. C, busy in the
work. He writes that the farmers are
yet holding large lots of cotton. - That
he has bought the most of 12,000 bales
sold there. .
Julius B. Bender and Miss Nettie
Kilpatrick of this place attended the
Episcopal Council in your city last
We are glad to learn that Miss Lil
lie Bell is able to be out again after
several weeks confinement at her home
in this place from an operation per
formed by the skillful surgeon Dr.
Ward of New Bern.
Mr Spivey and wife of Crifton, N
C, spent Wepnesday at ihis place vis
iting their sisters, Mrs T S Bender and
Miss Nettee Kilpatrick.
Dr Hammonds and Mr Pearce's
new houses are rapidly nearing com
pletion. The Dr's ia a 7 room modern
style up-to-date two story structure,
Mr. Pearce's a very comfortable well
appointed cottage. , ,
Mrs. Mary Pelletier and ton John M.
entained Dr. and Mrs. (.Hands bridal
party at her home in this place which
was the crowning event of the social
season in this little village. AU attend
ing spent a most enjoyable evening.
The colored boy Bess who was shot
by Jonah Scott is still very dangerous
ly ill and Scott has made good his es
cape. V. ..'' : ...
Secretary Taf t sent to Congress the
Panama canal budget for the current
year, carrying appropriations of $26,-
848,281. v ": -.:':;:r ... . ' .'
Wstlca Csrsd War Tes Yssrs 1 Tsr
lure ''. "' " "
-'.- - .-. j . .- .:
For m r than twentv vears Mr. J,
B. Massey, of S322 Clinton St, Minnea
polis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica.
The pain was suffering which he en
dured during this time ia, beyond com
prehension. Nothing gave him any
nermanant relief until he used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. One) application
of that liniment relieved the pain and
made sleep and rest possible, and less
than one bottle has affected a perma
nent cure. If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why not try a 25-cent bot
tle of Pain Balm and see for yourself
how quickly It relives the- pain. For
sale by Davis Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy.
1t vn . v xvesX. wxs
ihe Kind Yon Have Always
, in use for over 30 years,
tVVt2: . sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
fCiCcA4A& Allmirnnmm (ndorolvltTnil In thii.
dill Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-frood" are bh
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Wants and Children Expericuco against Experlmenfci :
What is CASTORIA
Oastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par '"
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It '
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotto '
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
" Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tba
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. H - "
GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYQ
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC OIKTAUH OOMNNV, MUflftAV TIeCT. NCW VOflK OITV.
SCHEDULE IN PFKI'TT VV.W. 11. J906.
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M PM I AM
This condensed schedu'a is publi.-ili.'il a information and is subject to chatiM. ,
without notice to the pubi c.
Trains Nos, 112 and 108 connect at Goldioro with Atlantic Coast Line -trains,
both Southbound and NorltiUmtvl; and with Atlantic and North Garchna
trains for Morehead City and intermediate p lints.
Train No. Ill connects at Greensboro with train No. 33 for Charlotte, Colurn
bia and Jacksonville. No."37 solid Pull min triin. lir i.vin-r rn-vn sleepers New
York to New Orleans and Memphis, a!.;i for Winston ulom, Wiikesboro, Dan
ville and local stations. :
Train No. 117 handles through co-ich lief ween Raleigh, Chase City and
Richmond, where close connection is ma le with Washington Southern Railway
for Washington and Eastern cities.
Train No. 107 connects at Durham for Oxford, Chase City and Richmond;
University Station for Chapul Hill . daily except Sunday; at Greensboro with
train No. 36 for Washington and points North, close connection for inston
talem, Hirh Point, Salisbury, Charloite an l inicrmediitte stations. .
Train No. 135 connects at Greensboro with No. 39 for Charlotte, Columbia'
and Jacksonville; No. 35 for Atlanta and all points South and Southwest; Nos.
34 and 38 for Washington and all points N rlh; connection is al-io made at (Salis
bury for Western North Carolina points.
S. H. Hardwick, P. T, M. W. 11. Tavdm, G. P. A. II. B, Spencer, G. II.
Washington, 1). C. V
1. L. Vernon, T. P. A, T. E. Grern. C. T. A.
Charlotte, N. C. Kaloifch, N. C.
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New Stock Horses Arrived.
J. M. ARNOLD,
Liverv. Feed. Sale and Exchange Stables,
... . , - - - .
T.ro-At and Finest Stock of Horses
A car load of sach Just received. Complete lino of liugiup, Wagons, Hamas,
J M; ARNOLD,
Hahn 3 Old Stable.
f SWBVI Km",alir KU run fmo
mm. .1 - f.ffl
Bought, and which has been
has home the Bignature f
been made under his per
107 135 111 117
Daily. Daily. Daily Daily.
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We have just rcccivfd a fin, lot of
horses suitable for farm work or dri-.
ving, which wc wil sell at rsasonablft
price ; '- ; .: -
. Wc have aha a full line' of Wagon,'
Buggies, Harness, and , everything
usually kept in nn up-to-date stabia.
.We will make Terms High ' ..
Sceus. . . Ui'-' -J - .
C H DLGGAH & CO.,
60 Broad St
New Bern, N O
M. Hahn & Co .
and Mules ever olfcr.-d ia New Bsrn. ,.
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