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lilli WKtKLY JOUHNAL
r Pnh iW. in Two Sections, every Tues-
Ity and Krlday, at Journal Building, 56
tO Crsven Btreet.
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Official Paper of New Bern and Craven
County. '-. '
Advertising rates furnished upon ap
plication at the office, or upon inquiry
WTho is only et oo pay-B-advanoe
banis. Subscribers will
receive notice of expiration of their sub
scription and n immediate response to
..ii.. hA annrociated by the
Entered at the Postofflce, New Bern
, -if i"conrt-c'aa matter.
never satisfied. The beast of the field,
no matter how green the grass in its
own pasture, looks beyond the fence,
and strives to get into the road or the
field outside, thinking the grass there
is better and richer.
To man, it is the something from
which he is barred, that promotes de
sires, and urges effort to secure the ob
ject. If the object be of the world, of
pleasure alone to the animal nature of
man, like the beast in the field, the at
tainment ia most likely to lead not to
better things, but to hardship, first in
the sttiving, and disappointment in
that the pasture new was not as fresh
and rich in its resources, as it looked
beyond the fence.
Looking beyond present conditions,
seeking better ones is worthy of man,
and it is the man of purpose who so
looks, but not until there is a complete
mastery of the field this side of the
fence. For those winning success, it
is not done by the neglect of things at
to Rmvtify Your Complexion
n not dats, naa
IN TKK UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER.
(Formerly advertised and told ea Satiaola.)
New Bern, N. C, May 29. 1900.
NAMNOLA b ruaraoteed and money
refunded H it fails to remove freckle,
pimples, tan, lallowtuss, liver-spots, collar
(fhni,''"'W HacK-ncaas awgunug crvp
tioai. etc In twenty days, Leave the
kin clear, soft, healthy, and restores the
beauty of youth. Endorwd by thousands.
Price SO cents and $1.00 at all leading
drue stores, or by mail. Prepared by
TRUS1S AND GOVERNMENT TO DO
The protectiveness of the tariff sys
tem has reiehed such an absolute ex
treme, that even the Federal govern
ment seeks protection, judging from
the President, who asks that the pub
lic coal lands be held, and worked, fr
the government's use, if the coal trust
shall show any intention of advancing
prices of coal.
And if the government shall operate
its own coal mines, make its own ce
ment, gun powder and build its own
warships, as it is now doing, why not
continue its construction and manu
factory process, and make everything
that enters into the n; eds of the peo
ple? The fact is that the government
on one side, and the trusts ontheother,
offer nothing to the average iiealer anil
manufacturer, except to get out of
business, or if important enough, get
under the shelter of a trust, and draw
pay for being good and quiet.
That the tariff system is abnormal, is
to be plainly seen by this suggested
government operation of its coal fields.
What w auoh a tariff, anyway, but a
menace to the people, and that the sys
tem is no longer needed, and even
more, the government seeks to perpe
tuate it, not that it assists the people,
but the government attempts to shield
itself, by going into business on a huge
scale, while the small manufacturers
must go out of business and the con
sumers must be ground down to keep
rich the trusts.
A tariff system which protects a class
to its continual enrichment, and calls
for the government to go into business
to protect itself against the extortion
of the trusts, ought to be retired. That
socialism is increased by an unreason -able
tariff system needs no explanation
and that the present tariff means that
the trusts and the government between
them will do all the business, unless
the system be abolished, needs no ex
(F IT DOESN'T RAIN
A ROUSING CELEBRATION
hand. The desire may be to go beyond
local or present environment, but the National Toilet Co
field is first thoroughly gleaned which " :
is first entered, and by effort and Higher Saloon Licenses
knowledge thus gained, is there the The cities of Louisiana are one by one
ability and strength to go further, and committing themselves to high license
gain in the world beyond. for the whiskey dealer and the straight
. . . . ,..,1 ,.f n,- ; issue is snomy to oe mwwwnn
, . r .u Orleans. At Plaquemine tie other
mal tendency to the neglect of the day overwhelming vote 0f the peo-
good and safe pasturage under foot, pie favoreu a $500 for a $100 license
seeking the apparently better field be- for saloons and the New Orleans Public
yond whi.:h shall place man in the just School Alliance on the same day de-
r... ...v.:i, i, , oaA and cided to prosecute the issue in that city
1 ' until it is won. This movement is not
save him from seeking to secure, ex- for hibition but for a decently con
cept with due intelligent and right Ljucted saloon. The people of Louis-
thomrht. the objects lvine beyond un- liana are willing for a man to drink in
less they are in the fields of honest am
bition and rightful purpose.
Iinlil.-,. the .'lnimnl in the field, man is
.... , nooga Times,
not barred from any good object, and "
from the evil the bar is only or it may
be against the law of God and man,
against correct words and just principles.
This Ceuntry will go to the Dsmnltion Bow
This dry weather will be the ruin
ation bf the farmers if it continues
much longer. Already the potato crop
is damaged fifty per cent. The fact
that there is a short acreage of the
cop and consequently it being expected
that high prices will result will not
avail 'or the sustained loss.
The Journal communicated with some
of the leading truckers yesterday,
Messrs. W. K Crockett, W. H. Bray
and W. C. Willett anil each one report
ed that the condition was very bad-and
unless rain should fall within a very
few days the crop would be utterly
This damage, of course, does not af
fect the potato crop alone but the Bean
yield which is one of the best crops the
truckers handte.bolh as to production
and as to the financial returns of if.
The damage on beans ranges from 25
to 75 per cent, in some cases the ruin
is complete. Cotton has suffered to a
great extent. Some farmers have de
cided to take in the cotton already
planted and will put corn in instead, it
being too late to plant cotton.
The forecasts and physical fore
runners of a storm seem to have been
valueless from a meteorologital stand
point as there have been numerous in
dications of rain which have not made
It is safe to predict, however, that
as long as this cool weather lasts, it
will continue dry-
Ws Want to Make the Welkla Rlns With
Feyrth el July Skeuta. A,
There is only a short time to the
Fourth of July and it is none too toon
to agitate a celebration of the nation's
natal day here in New Bern. There
has not been an affair of the kind for
several years and good old fashioned I
celebration will be enjoyed as much aa I
anything that can be arranged. The
sporting blood of New Bern has not all
turned to water we hope. If few or
ganizers and prompters will ge to-1
gether and push this r ourtn oi juiy
celebration we can make it a success
there is no reason why there should
not be a rousing time here.
We have the facilities for one mag
nificent sport which few cities enjoy
and that is the fine course for a launch
or sail boat race. Let this be a lead
ing feature for the celebration but have I
something that everybody can enjoy
even to the spread eagle oration.
Let the knockers who say that New
Bern is slow or dead come up and bow
their nerve and make good lest they
should be "slow" or "dead." Any-
wav let's all work to have a "Glorious
Fourth" just like we used to have.
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ihfl Kind Toil Hare Always Boughtt and which has toe
tm us for tot 30. years, has borno th signature f
and has been lnaue unaer jua pew
fJSJ y7. Bona! supervision since its Infancy
rCUcJutii Allow no one to deceive yon In tbisV '
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are b
Kxperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ,(
la&nta and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Oastorla Is a harmless snbstitnte for Castor Oil, Fare
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ik
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotto ,.
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm , .
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
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 ALYAY0
Sears the Signature of
moderation, but they want him to pay
a good stiff price for it; and they want
an end of dives and doggeries. Chatta
Br.tk. Kii Haw always Bought
-lhi Kind Yon Haw Hum
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
takinir. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No pay.
Dealh of Rev. T. J. Gattis
Special to Journal.
chirMfe, May 25. Rev. T. J.
tis, tho Methodist preacher who has at
How Freeze Out Wat Engineered
Special to Journal:
Philadelphia, May 25-An operator
who had been frosen out by big rail
way pools told the whole story of the
system to the Inter State Commerce
Commission today. His testimony was
regarded as the best evidence yet that
Gat- railways and big operators have en
gaged in violations of the Inter State
tained celebrity as plaintiff in the fa- Commerce law and other laws and
mous Gattis-Kilgo libel case died here statutes limiting the powers of rail-
today. He has been in feeble health way companies as coal carriers,
for many months and his death was
Pendants with amethyst centers sur
rounded by baroque pearls would delight
any girl by graduate.
BU tfc f'" 'm 'W HlWfJ UlUfcMU
Kind Yw Haw Always B
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
Itchinp, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
One man was killed and two from
Cumberland, Md., were injured in a
wreck on the Baltimore and Ohio rail
road in Pennsylvania. ,
Supreme Court Opinions
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, May 25 The Supreme Court
filed the following opinions:
Poe v S A L Ry, from Chatham, new
Fitzgerald vs Sou Ry Co. Guilford,
Settle vs Settle, Guilford, revers
Hayes vs Franiclin, Caldwell, affirrr-
Winkler vs Killian, from Burke, new
Murrays will case from Buncombe,
Rhea vs Craig, from Buncombe, affirmed.
Ledford vs Emerson, Cherokee, af
firmed. Bryson vs Railway Co. Jackson, af
firmed. Matthews vs Fry, from Swain, re
versed. Davidson vs Natahala Co., Macon, per
Wales vs Kaolin Co., Sain, per cur
New York Cotton Market.
The following were the opening and
Special to Journal
Columbia, S. C. May 25. -One of the
greatest sensations that has been known
in this State was made in the investi
gation of the State dispensary affairs.
It appears that the factions which have
been unfriendly to each other made
open threats. John Black, chairman of
the new dispensary board made threats
against the lives of the members of the
sub committee and against the life of
H H Evans' chairman of the old board.
Black's language was very abusive. He
said he would kill Fraser Lyon of the
old committee and told Lyon to arm I
himself that one or the other must die.
Evans also made threats against wit
nesses if they testified against him.
Gov. Haywood will remove Black from
The remains of Mr. W. R. Wartets,
who died at his home in Washington, D.
C, arrived on the mail train last night
accompanidby his son, and daughter Mr.
W. C, and Miss Lulu Waters. The
funeral services will be held at fivej
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First I
Baptist church. The St. Johns Ma
sonic lodge will have charge of the ser:
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMI MIITWa CO.NMT, Tt MIMH BTcrT. NCWVOMI
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 11. IWu
'When I was a druggist, at Livonia,
Mo.," writes T. J. Dewey, now of
Graysville, Mo., "Three of my custom
ers were permanently cured of con-
SOMEThlNG OF THIS YEARS
While not a presidential year, with
the excitement always coincident with
the great national political conventions
where nominations are made, the pres
ent year's elections are still important,
for twenty nine states elect governors
and other state officers, while nearly
every state has some Congressmen to
elect, as a new House is to be named.
Starting with Oregon on June 4th,
with its governor to elect, and Con
gressmen, the elections will begin, then
Arkansas. September first, Vermont
on 4th and Maine on 10th of the same
month, Georgia October 8th, Kentncky
November 5th. Of these the only out
aide interest will in the returns from
Vermont and Maine, and this as to the
majorities, to see if there be a falling
Other northern states electing gov
ernors are California, Colorado, Con
necticut, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Mass
chusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Ne
"raska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New
York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, South Dakota, Wiscon
sin and Wyoming. Of these California,
Minnesota and .Nevada alone have
. democratic - . governors at present,
arid the changes this year are not
pronounced although in several, not
ably in New York, if W. R. Hearst
shall be a candidate, there will be out-
side interest in the gubernational re
turns, while the Congressional will be
watched with interest in every state,
by all political parties. '
BEYOND THE FENCE ALWAYS
The predominance of the animal na
ture over the mental and spiritual
works disturbance and unrest to hu
man beings who permit the animal as
cendency. It is disturbing in that it is
Richmond, May 24. Bradstreet's will
say tomorrow tor Richmond and vi- sumption by Dr. King 8 INew uiscov
cinity : ery, and are well and strong today.
Wholesale dry goods houses have He was trying to sell his property and
had a profitable season. In a good move to Arizona, but after using New
many instances reorders for fill- Discovery a short time he found it un
ing in goods are being received. Few necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King's
shipments have been made for fall New Discovery as the most wonderful
stock. Th.-- hardware market con- medicine in existence." Surest Cough
tinues active large out of town ship- and Cold cure and Throat and Lung
ments are being made and in this line healer. 'Juaranteed by all Druggist,
collections are good. The leaf tobacco 50c an 1 1' Trial bottle free.
market continues strong with good de
mands ior an graues anu pneees, snow- Sonfit4F Hala .ttkH vl items
ing an increase over a comparative . Aomlni Annmnriatinn hill
period of last year. The produce mar
ket is not active. On account of un
favorable weather receints are lifirht.
prices 'high and collections poor. It is safe to say that the girls of 1906
Retail trade continues verv much de- " sweeter and more beautiful than
nressed on account of the continued the girls of war times. The. up-to-date
To Curs A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to
cure t. w. urove s signature is on
each box. 25c.
Fertilizer Trust Under Fire
Special to Journal
lirla all take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tainTer. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. For
sale by F. S. Duffy.
The Senate passed the Free Alcohol
bill, with several amendments.
Ds Net be hspesea Uses,
Foley Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
violation of the anti trust laws.
Asheville, May 25. -The Federal! medy, and on account oi tne great
uianu null ."II" Y 1VU1IU IHUIILIIIdll. I . , , , . , Ml
. . I and Tar many imitations are offered for
against eighty fertilizer companies for genain A,k for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of
fered as no other preparation will give
the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxa
tive. It contains no opiates and is
safest for children and delicate persons.
For sals by Davis Pharmacy.
closing prices on the New York Cotton
Exchange, May 2G.
Or en High Iw Close
May 11.39 11 39 11 34 11.38
July 11 18 11 IS 11 13 11.13
Oct 10.67 J 0.67 10.62 10. G2
Last year 17,584
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy MtditlM fcr Buy Pwple.
Br!ns Golden Health sad Reaewed Tlfor.
A specific for Couatlmtina, IodlMtloa. Llf
B1 Kiilner Trouble, Pimples. Lcimus, Impure
Blood. Bad Breath. BWglth Bowels, Betdscb
Bad llttckarhe. It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tab
Irt fotni, 8.1 ceutx a bos. Genuine mad bjr
'ou.istek Imt'u Oom-aHV, Madison, Wis.
LOEN NUGGETS FOB SALLOW PEOPLE
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f 3 44
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f 7 33
f 8 38
f 9 37
f 10 51 f 6 40
11 02: 5 54
fll 18 f 6 09
11 30: 6 29
11 36 f 6 35
7 02i 11 48 f 6 46
7 12 fl2 03
f 7 30: 12 2o 7 15
U PM I AM
f 1 41
f 4 12
f 5 33
Elnn College. ,
Burlington . ...
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Earthquake Still Busy
Special to Journal.
Victoria, B.C., May 25th. Reports
This condensed schedula is published as in formation and is subject to change
without notice to the pubi c. fi
Trains Nos, 112 and 108 connect at ..(oldsN)ro wit h Atlantic Coast Une
train both Southbound and Northbound; and with Atlantic and North Care ana
trains for Morehead City and intermediate n .mis. '
Train No. Ill connects at Greensboro wuh train No. 33 for Charlotte, Lolum
bia and Jacksonville. No. 87 solid Pullmrm train, drawing room sleepers New
York to New Orleans and Memphis, also for Winston Salem, VVilkesboro, Dan
ville and local stations. , , , . , . .
Train No. 117 handles Uirougn coacn o-iwe"n ivmiuikii, vihh yiij uu
. In.'li. j t. i ia mmln u:th VVnsihimrtjin 54niit.hf.fn Railway
from upper Mongolia, China, are to the I . j poatlBrn
You cannot have pood health unless
your kidneys are sound, for 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
not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you will
have only yourself to blame for results
it possitively cures all forms of kid
ney and blaekler diseases. For sale by
effect that that country has suffered
much from earthquakes. A walled city
has been destroyed and many other pla
ces. Thousands nave neen aineu.
What is practically warfare ha be
gun in Eastern Ohio between strikers
and guards as the result oi the re
sumption of mining with the non
Mrs. Sue Martin, an old highly re
spected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was
sick with stomach trouble for more than I
six months. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets cured her. She says: I
"I can now eat anything I want and am
the proudest woman in the world to And I
such a good medicine.,' For Sale by
Davis Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy.
uu jao;iuvi.ii.i.. ,
pi kT iiv7 .nvi. nt nnrhnin for Oxford. Cnnse Citv and Richmond;
University Station for Chapel Hill daily except Sunday; at Greensboro with
train No. 36 for Washington and points North, close connection for inston-
talem, Hiph Point, Salisbury, v;narioue anu rim.i.mW ;"
Train No. 135 connects ai ureensuom wim . m v
and Jacksonville; No. 35 for. Atlanta and all points South nnd Southwest; No.
34 and 38 for Washington and all point s Nurt d; connection is also made at Salbt-
II. B, Spencer, G.tM
hnra-fa Wmttrn North Carolina points.
1 H. HAKDWICK, P. T, M. W. f I. TAYLOR O V.
YVasninjtum, u. j.
X L. Vernon, T. P. A,
Charlotte, N. C.
T. E. Grekn. C. T. A. -Raleigh,
New Stock Horses Arrived.
Archibald Wakeley, an English wf
tist, who has exhibited at the Royal I
Academy, was found murdered in his
rooms. , .,
Greatest Athletic Meet
Special to Journal
Boston, May 25. The greatest meet
ing of athletes ever held in the United
states is now m progress m the Stadi- M rw Montenore. a Enelish wo-
um of Harvard University. There are man suffragist, who refuses to pay her
eight hundred contestants who will taxes, denounced Chancellor of the Ex
compete for thirteen events. , chequer Asquith as an assassin.
( G, W. Fout8, Postmaster at River-
ton, Ia, nearly lost his lite and was
robbed of all comfort, according to bis
letter, which says: "For twenty years
I had chronic liver complaint, which led
to such a severe case of jaundice that
even my finger nails turned yellow;
when my doctor prescribed Electric
Bitters; which cured me and have kept
me well for eleven years." Sure cure
for Bilousness, Neuralgia, Weakness
and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Bladder derangements. A wonderful
Tonic, At all Drug Stores. 50 cents
Deaths from Appendicitis
Net II ssRlckss NseksfsHsr.
m 1 3 .11 it . . M n t
decrease in the same ratio that the use L 7 .
of Dr. Kinir'. New I.tf. Pill-1,.. le". tne Htanaara uu magnate, you
They save you from danger and bring eouM 004 bo' bettOT medicin tot
quick and nainless release from con-1 bo1 complaints tha Chamberlains
i ? i a J" s n J
Strength and vigor always follow their lne m0i nunwt pnysician can not
use. Guaranteed by all Druggists. " " h
25c Trv them . and diarrhoea both for children and
vaults, ina unuorm suecees oi wis
remedy has shown it to be superior tu
Some persons in England regard the all others. It never, fails' and when
appointment of baron Komura aa Jap- reduced with water and sweetened, is
ancse Ambassador to that country a pleasant to take. Every family should be
snub to England and anfTftrt to secure supplied with it Sold by Davis Phar
American favor. ' and F, 8. Duffy.
Sore Nipples. S;..i
A cure may bo 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 sslve with
the best results. Price 25 cents per box.
Sold bv Davis Pharmacy, and F. S.
Duffy. ' . . :- '.I '
King JAlfonso of Spain has gone to
the French border to meet his bride-
elect, Princes Ena of Battenberg. ,
Deafness Cannot be Cured,
We have just received a fine lot of .
homes suitable for farm"Work or dti
vinK, which' we wil sell at reasonable
prices. , :
We have also a full line of Wagons,
Buggies, Harness, and everything
usually kept in an up-to-date stable -We
will make Trma Righ 1
Se" us. . . .( ... '
60 Broad St
New Bern, N.O
J. M. ARNOLD,
M. Hahn & Co
By local applications, as they connot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way t cure deafness
in J 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 la entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
. f AM M miiimI Kv P.t.rrh
. . , .. 1 . VIMCS VUI. VA M... V
IS no more oangeroua man wneK.wv thin but an inflamed condi-1 ? " " " :
sidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure ."""...:"" Z,. I " W'P nneeia.
corrects irregularities and has cured w. w v,On Hundred Dollars for
any eve of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh (that cannot be cured by Hall'
That Ferdinand C. Borges, of Ubero
Plantation fame, planned a $1,000,000
concern, to be backed by prominent
men and banks, was testified to at his
trial in Boston. '
The Gaekwar of Baroda expects to
send students from India to study farm
ing at American agricultural col
lege". . '.
: IsggMna Wit llynsmlt.
Livery, Feed, Sale and Exchange Stables. ; l
t j tu .t ct.k ii. S.,,,. ui,.. nfterfiA in New Barn.
ft. car load of each just received. Complete line of Buggies, Wagons, Barnes,
many severe cases alter otner treat
ment has failed. It builds up the worn
out tissues and restores health and vig
or. "I was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years," writes A.
II. Dsvis ot-ML Sterling, Iowa, "but
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure ef
fected a permanet cure. " For sale by
Catarrh Cur. Send for circulars free.
F.J. CHENEY A CO., ,
' Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggist, 76c
Taks Hall's Family Pills for consU-l
Hahn 8 Old Stable Middle Street.
f iwavs . Remember
Cjte Cold toCns
tr the foil .Name (t
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