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NEW BERN 'CRAVEN COUNTY, N- C , TUESDAY JUNE 12, 1906 -FIRST SECTION.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Xi a powerful, Invigorating tonlo. Impart
lag health and sirenrth Id parfloular
to the organs distinctly feminine. The
local, womanly health la so Intimately
related to the general health that when
disease of the delicate womanly organa
are cured the whole body galnt In health
and strength. For weak and sickly
women who are "worn-out," "run-down"
or debilitated, especially for women who
work In store, office or schoolroom, who
sit at the typewriter or sewing machine,
or bear heavy household burdens, and for
nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has proven a priceless
benefit because of its health-restoring
and strength-giving powers.
As a soothing and strengthening nerv-
Ine. "Favorite Prescription" Is un
qualed and Is Invaluable in allaying and
subduing nervous excitability, irritabil
ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostra
tion, neuralgia, Hysteria, spasms, chorea,
or St. Vitus's dance, and other distressing
. nervous symptoms commonly attendant
upon functional and organic disease of
the womanly organs. - It Induces refresh
lug sleep and relieves mental anxiety and
Cures obstinate cases. "Favorite Pre
scription Is a positive cure for the most
complicated and obstinate cases of "fe
male weakness," painful periods, irregu
larities, prolapsus or falling of the pelvic
organs, weak back, bearlngdown sensa
tions, chronic congestion. Inflammation
Dr. Pierce's medicines are made from
harmless but efficient medical roots
found growing In our American forests.
The Indians knew of the marvelous cura
... tlve value of some of these roots and Im
parted that knowledge to some of the
friendlier whites, and gradually some of
the more progressive physicians came to
test and use them, and ever since they
have grown In favor by reasoi of their
superior curative virtues and their safe
and harmless qualities.
Your druggists sell the "Favorite Prk-cmPTioN-and
also that famous altera
tive, blood purifier and stomach tonic, the
"Golden Medical Discovery." Write
to Dr. Pierce about your case. He Is an
experienced physician and will treat your
case as confidential and without charge
fur correspondence, Address him at the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute.
Buffalo, N. Y., of which ho Is chief con
STOCK RAISERS MAKE PROTEST
Th.y Stats Thslr Cass Plainly. Othtr News
- of Intsrsst from Washington.
Special to Jsurnal.
Washington, June 9. In the Beef in
vestigation today Representative Gregg
begged for speedy action. The cattle
men were dependent on the settkment
and were losing money daily. They
say that the packers are entirely re
sponsible for the condition of affairs.
The stock yards banks are responsible
for the agitation of the matter.
: Senator Blackburn, of Kentucky, has
been made chairman of Democratic
Conference made vacant by the death
of Senator Gorman.
The cruiser Marblehead has gone to
Guatemala to investigate the report
that the American vessel Empire had
landed men and arms for a filibustering
Ex-Governor Montagus of Virginia Cannot
Attend Teachers Assembly.
Special to Journal.- -
Raleigh, June 9. -Ex-Governor Mon
tague of Virginia cannot come to the
Teachers Assembly here next week,
as he must go to Brazil, as a member of
1 the Pan American commission.
Gels Big Contract
Special to Journal.
- Raleigh, June 9 Contra t for the
granolithic walk for capitol square was
today awarded to F. W. Honeycutt of
this city. Other bids were opened
from Richmond, Chattanooga, Newport
Mews, Wilmington and Greensboro. The
contract calls for 4500 yards of paving
which U to be finished by September
1. Cost of the work is not made pub
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the democratic nomination of Treas
urer for Jones County. Asking the
cordial support of all good demo
' ' Respectfully '
W. P. BANKS
Distributors for Craven, Car
teret, Onslow. Jones, Pam
lico, Beaufort, And King
Best ' j ' Breai-A
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DANCE COBB -
The Initial German for 190$
One olths Most Brilliant ABalrsU the Hit-
tory ottae Atlantic Hotel.
Atlantic Hotel, Morehead City, June
9. The sofcial season at Morehead was
formally opened tonight by a brilliant
german, probably one of the largest
initial germana ever held since the At
lantic hotel was built. Fully six hun
dred people are in attendance and ev
erybody 'seems imbued with gaeity
of the occasion. The ball room is artis
tically decorated in red and white, palms
occupy positions where their attrac
tiveness will show to the best advan
tage. ' The music is furnished ' by the
Elams orchestra of Greensboro and
highly satisfactory. The dance com
menced at 9:15, Mr. William Dunn, Jr.
led with Miss Elizabeth Ellis. There
are couples f rom almost every city in
the State. Raleigh and Goldsboro are
largely represented while there are
many from the interior and western
Miss Ferebee's Musicale
The recital given by the pupils of
Miss Ola Fere bee, at ber music room on
Metcalf street Saturday evening, was
a"grand success. A great deal of credit
is due Miss Ferebee for the improve
ment in, the work of her pupils. The
performances were of high order of
merit and were heartily applauded by
all those present.
As is her custom Miss Ferrebee
awarded two prices one for highest per
cent and the other for greatest pro
gress. Prof. Harold Whitehurst in a
few appropriate remarks conferred
the prizes on Miss Mamie Sanford and
Miss Nell Bishop.
J E Latham & Co'i. Weekly Cotton
Special to Journal.
Greensboro, June 9. Fluctuations
have covered a range of twenty points
during this week, closing today at a
gain of about 13 points. Trading has
been more active, and there is a fair
demand for all grades of white cotton.
Crop news has been favorable, and per
centages at this time on crop repre
sents a condition as near perfection as
will ever be seen. People who live
close to the cotton fields are influenced
by the fine outlook, and are inclined
to be bearish. The northern and for
eign speculators, however, say the pros
pect is too good to last, and believe
that any change in the crop will be for
the worse,-, and cause higher prices. It
looks like no notable movement In
prices is likely to take place in the near
Death of Prominent Church Woman
Special to Journal.
Asheville, June 9. -Mrs. G. H. At
kinson, wife of Rev. George H. Atkin
son, of Monroe, and who was Secreta
ry of th National Young Woman's
Christian Association, died suudenly
here today at the Y. W. Christian As
sociation ' convention in session.
She had just finished a brilliant ad
dress and fell to the floor in a faint
Doctors were quickly summoned, ' but
were unable to render any assistance,
and she expired in a few minutes. The
cause of her death was heart trouble.
- Wake County Politic
Special to Journal.'
Raleigh, June 9. Wake county Dem
ocrats today decided on July the 21st
for the county primaries, endorsed Sen
ator Simmons and elected delegates to
the State convention to be held in the
city of Greensboro July 3d. The Judi
cial convention will be held at Lllling
ton on June the 12th and the Congres
sional convention in Raleigh July Itod.
City attorney, W. B. Snow, who was
a candidate for Solicitor, moved unani
mously county vote of the Judicial con
vention for his successful opponent,
Armistead Jones, of Raleigh, who Is at
present holding that office.
Tucker Must Die,
Special to Journal
Boston, June 11 Word has keen re
ceived that President Roosevelt de
clines to Interfere in the death sen
tence of Charles Tucker, murderer of
Mabel Page. He says the Governor's
decision was correct and that the sen
tence must be executed,
A BRAVE GIRL'S DEED.
Telephone Girt Heroically Defends Her Honor
sneShftouWould-b Amllsnt. ,
Special to Journal " "
Selma,June 11. Saturday night at
11:30 Miss Pearl Jones, the night oper
ator at the telephone exchange here
shot and fatally wounded Bud Richard
son, a negro,, who by his own confess
ion had premeditated an assault on her.
There having been several futile at
tempts of negroes to get into the ex
change, the young woman had been
supplied with a revolver. Saturday
night she Btepped outside the door and
was confronted by Richardson, who
ran towards her; she stepped back
into the office, picked up her revolver
and fired once. By the aid of the flash
she was enabled to see the fellow and
fired four shots. Miss Jones, in relating
the incident stated that she thought
she hit him once, and the men went out
to see if there were any trace whereby
they could get a clue. Soon after a
negro came hurriedly up the street, and
the men asked him where he was going,
and he replied he was looking for s
drug store, that his brother had been
shot. They directed him to take them
back to the house where the wounded
negro was. They found Richarson suf
fering with a bullet wound in his arm
and body. The ball had passed through
the arm and entered the lung. He
made a 'written confession stating his
purpose and implicated one Jim Mer-
ritt, but the latter swears that he was
not concerned in the affair at all.
Richardson is now in jal but suffering
terribly from the wound. He will prob
Miss Jones has been loudly praised
for her coolness and bravery, and the
citizens have made up an amount of
money to buy her a gold mounted re
volver. The operators along the line
will will present-her with a gold medal.
Foot Hurt in Motor Boat
Shelley Bell, a young man of More-
head City, was the victim of a painful
accident Sunday. He was on the launch
Gertrude, and was riding on Dawson's
Creek when the accident happened. He
stepped on the shaft, and in some way
bis shoe caught on a set screw and his
foot was badly mashed. He. was brought
to New Bern by James Brolen, who
lives in that vicinity. He was taken to
the Stewart Sanatorium where the in
juries were attended to by Dr. Jones.
Two bones of the foot were broken.
Bryan Laughed Merrily
Special to Journal
Berlin, June 11. William J. Bryan
had a good laugh when approached by
several newspaper men and notified that
several States had declared in his favor
for President. He said it was too sud
den. Why Smoot Was Fired
Special to Journal.
Washington, June 11. The Senate
Committee has furnished a report on
its action in the Smoot case. It says
that the Mormon church controls poli
ties and has not given its influence
against polygamy, that Smoot is one o'f
the political leaders of Utah and, that
there to a union of church and State
which is a violation of the constitution.
Too Hot For Lima
A beautiful game was played here on
the 9th Inst, between Lima-Jasper.
The line up is as follows :
-v (Ljnb Up.)
Spruill - ss Rountree
Fur low e Pruden
Moeely rf & p McMillin
McConner lb Fonville
Fonville 2 b Allen .
Freeman cf Brock
Dawson c f , Clark ,
Gardner p rf Brock
The game was interesting from start
to finish, but the visitors were too much
for the locals. The Jasper boys played
good ball on the start Among the
long hits that were made the longest
were by Pruden, McMillan; Brock and
Fonville made a pretty double In the
fourth Inning, Pruden made a wonder
fully pretty play In the third inning by
running a long distance and catching
a fly. McMillan did some clever pitch
ing for Jasper but few hits being made
on him. He is mystery In the box,
Lima also played good ball; among the
tar plays were the one made by Spruill
on short stop, but the Lima pitcher
suffered a great deal on the account of
heavy batting by Jasper. ,
Lima V ! 110 2 0 0 0 0 0-4
Jasper v 81220000 0-8
Batteries: Moseley, Gardner and
Ferlow : McMillan and Pruden.
Ump're: H. Raspberry.
J. V. Bulheller was drowned in Rich
mond, Va., while bathing in the James
Judge Shaw's Defeat for Nomination
Not His Fault.
Loot Like Cats Inltntlcldo.
' lor Prevention ot Cruelty i Anl
malt Society. Damages of $!,
800 Awarded Against At- '
Untie Costt Lies i
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Greensboro, June 11. Yesterday af
ternoon soaie children who werepateb
ing crawfish in a small stream which
runs through Douglas Park inj South
Greensboro, found lying in the water
partly under the bank the fully devel
oped body of a white male infant , In
formation of she discovery was soon
furnished the police, They found the
body nude, and the coroner's examina
tion showed that the infant was born
alive, and must have been cast ( in the
water Saturday night or afternoon.
Quiet efforts are being made - to locate
the authors of the terrible criiie, but
there are yet no clues to the perpre
trators. V .
The Society for the prevention of
cruelty to animals has a good :eise to
make example of. Yesterday a well
to-do farmer named Solomon4ames.
while driving out from the city, waa
made ' so angry by his horse balking
just on the edge of town near the Holi
ners Church in South Greensbojohe
got a stick of dynamite; touched it off
under the animal and blew the j horse
up. The horses head was entirely sev
ered from the body by the blast and
the body was terribly mangled, though
the buggy was not damaged except
the shafts were splintered and troken
by the rude tearing of the horses body
from between them. It was one of the
most cruel exhibitions of ferociuoj and
foolish anger ever known here: I ,
Since the news of yesterday that Mr
Crawford Biggshad more than
enough Instructed votes for him tot se
cure the nomination for the judgeship
in this Judicial District, the friends of
Judge Shaw here are relating that six
months ago he announced to several in
confidence that he would not be a can
didate for the re-nomination, but after
his term expired he wanted to return
to the practice, It is being said that
he was strongly advised not to retire
but to let his friends go to work for
him and preserve him to the bench for
the good of the State. He reluctantly
let their judgment supplant his ex
pressed wish, and if he is defeated, as
now looks certain, there will be no
sting in it to him.
Mr P D Gold, Jr; State agent of the
Providence Insurance Co. will be a
candidate for the Democratic nomina
tion for the House of Representatives
In the Superior court Saturday after
noon the jury awarded J A (janaday
eighteen hundred dollars damages
against Atlantic Coast Line for in
juries received as engineer in a wreck
four years ago. At time of injury
Canrday was a member of Coast Line
Relief Association, a fraternal order
composed exclusively of employes of
the company, and signed an agreement,
upon joining that he would forfeit all
right to sue for damages upon pay
ment of certain weekly Indemnity for
any injuries received whether company
was negligent or not He had paid $82
premiums and received seventy dollars
from the association for the accident
This afternoon counsel for company
argued mot:on to set aside verdict con
tending that plaintiff was estopped
from suing for damage. Judge Fur-
gurson denied motion signing judgment
for plaintiff from which company ap
Stone, poultry fountains
keeps water clean and cool
M E Whitehurst & Co. ; "
Call For Judicial Convention
Pursuant to an order of the Demo
cratic Judicial District a convention is
hereby called to meet at 12 o'clock noon
in the city of Kinston, N. C, on Tues
day, 26th day of June 1906, for the pur
pose of nominating a candidate for
Judge and a candidate for Solicitor of
said district The Democratic Execu
tive Committee of the various counties
composing the Third district will cause
delegates to said Judicial Convention to
be elected in accordance with the plan
of organization of the Democratic
This May 16th, 1906.
L. V. MORRILL, F. C. HARDING,
v Chairman. Secretary.
Clearing Remainder of Debt
Now that the St. Petere church Is
practically free from debt, the remain,'
der being less than $56, exclusive of .
some auxiliary work, and for which ar-
a tew weeks, the pastor Rev. Ander-
son, has organized the women of the
congregation to raise the conference
claims of the church. The plan is that
100 omen raise $5.00 each by the
fourth Ssnday in September. It is a
unique method and will dsubtless sue-
THE TRAIN GOES.
Southern Railway Adheres to New
Between Raleigh and firtontboro. Army Ot.
Keen Itotlga, 6rsat School Gathering.
Crops Fins. R. asd S. Railway
Grading Costlsueg Hearing
Pardon Case. Revenue
" Officers. .
' ..'... Special Correspondence. '.
Raleigh, N. C, June If The Cor
poration Commission . late Saturday
night made an order forbidding the
Southern Railway to ehange the sched
ule of its night train, then existing be
tween Goldahoro and Greensboro, the
News and Observer having made a
fight against the change; the order being-until
a hearing could be jhad. The
Southern Railway, however, paid no at
tention to the order, and the train for
Greensboro left last night at 11 :59. In
fact, as a railway official remarked,
"it split the minute." Heretofore it
had left at 1:45. None of the head rail
way officials here last evening could
give any information as to what would
be done in the matter, simply saying it
was all under the control of the opera
ting department At the office of the
Commission this morning it was simply
said that aotion would betaken later'on.
First lieutenant Charles C. Bunch
and second lieutenant, Clarence How
ell, of Co B, 3d regiment, Raleigh, have
resigned because of the fact that one
now lives at Wilson, the other at Lau
rinburg. This is one of the companies
of the regiment which goes to Chica
maugato take part in the maneuvers.
Governor Glenn was confined to his
room yesterday and today.
At Tucker's Grove Chapel, 3 miles
west of Raleigh, 1600 members of coun
try Sunday schools had a song service
all day long yesterday. It was the lar
gest gathering of its kind ever held in
Wake county, i '
Five federal prisoners were yesterday
taken from here to the penitentiary at
Atlanta, four white, one colored. The
latter gets three years for robbing ma'l
pouches at the railway station here,
one gets a year for illicit distilling in
Orange county: one from Wilson a year
for perjury. ;
One of the largest farmers in John
ston county was heie today and says
the crops are excellent, and that no
rain is needed. t
The Ralefgh & Sonthport Railway
grading is now in one and a half miles
of Fayetteville, and will be finished by
June 20th. Five miles of rail are now
being rolled for the road.
Governor Glenn expected to hear,
Wednesday the application for pardon
by Hasty and Samuels, the revenue of
ficers who beat editor Deal at Wiikes
boro, but puts it off, extending the res
pite to July 2.
A charter is granted the Best chair
Company, .High Point, capital stock
Ice cjeam freezers, water
coolers,' lawn mowers, are
now in ) demand. We keep
them. Gaskill Hardware Co
Roosevelt's Relative A Suicide.
Special to Journal
Macon,' Ga., June 11. Mrs. Felix
Dunwoody, n relative of President
Roosevelt committed suicide by shoot
ing herself today. She had been mar
ried but eight months.
cures all headaches, etc, does not de
Dress the heart, 10, 25 and (0 cents a
bottle at druggfets, 6c doses at foun
tains. . ..
Bryan to Celebrate Fourth in London
Special to Journal.
"London, June U-Tha American Col
ony will celebrate the Fourth day of
July here in its usual patriotic manner.
They have Invited William J. Bryan to
make the address on that occasion.
Doors, windows, blinds
lime, cement, builders hard
ware, nice line pocket knives
and scissors. Gaskill Hard
ware C. Phone 147.
Work Actually Begins Today
- Mr. Lally. contractor for the new
railroad, from New Bern to Washington
was in die city last night and stated
that work would begin today on the
road. The point of beginning is at the
astern end of the P O W railway
nage. a iorce 01 irom o i meu
wIrady engaged and more will be
aa they can be engaged. The
a U made and the railroad will
be flnUhed by January 1. Thtfl rail-
way to a part of the Norfolk & Souther,
merger and to a branch of the Raleigh
Pamlico Sound Railway.
j - " """
Friends declare that Secretory Taft
has docided to accept the appointment
of associate justice of the Supreme
Embroidery' at Actual Cost!
These goods are match sets of the most choice
patterns They are rare Bargains and you will be
well paid for the trip to our store. Come, though
you may not need them now, but will be a good
investment for future use.
J M Mitchell & Co.,
61 Pollock St.,
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