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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, TUESDAY JULY 3. 1906.---FIRST SECTION.
MRS THAW MAKES
ENDORSE THE N. & S.
Screamed with Pain Suffering
Nearly Broke Parent's Heart
Twelve Years of M isery Doctor
Called Case Incurable Helped
from First, and
SPEEDILY CURED BY
"I wish to Inform you that your
Wonderful Cuticura ftus put a stop to
twelve years of misery 1 passed with
my son. As an in
fant I noticed on
his body a red spot
and treated same
ediesfor about five
years, but when
Jail She li Calm in Hit fact of Rigid Croa OppwKion to thf Treatls
Agreement on Encampments Dates at More
head. Supplleslor the State Guard.
The Postmastership Between
Ilrlggs and Hardin.
Raleigh, N. C, June 29. --Adjutant
Special to Journal
I New York, June 30 In the examina
tion before the grand jury today in the
Thaw murder cnse, Mrs. Thaw was the
principal witness and she was on the
stand for four hours and was not only
helped her husband but aided her
lawyers materially. She was free in
I ' M II If
Contested by Issuing
A largely attended public meeting
was h.M at the city hall last night un
der the auspices of theChamber of Com
merce; to endorse the action of the Nor
folk & Southern Railroad's motive to
build a bride across Albemarle Sound.
The company desires to make the bridge
at Mnkev's Ferrv in order to facilitate
Robertson and Quartermaster lawyers materially, sine was tree w, - m',.hM M r j
( j . , , . travel uetwecu nwumswu v. u
j General Macon, who came hrs yester-: giving her history and faced the cross Norfolkj a feature 0f the corporation's
day to arrange the date for the en- examination unflinchingly. The testi- ereat railway scheme. The opponents
campmenta at Moreneaauitj, ror.o.nea mony make3 one nAttA type-written j say t)t the bridge will be a detriment
to near irom uovenw u.,. She obtained evidence of many to thef.t-,
greed -upon July Sth to August drd . . Mr. i j. : rt giinden was chairman
lor ine oecona negimem, unu auguauv o - -
coached her lawyers on what questions
the spot began to
got larger I put
him under the care
of doctors. Under
their treatment the disease spread to
four different parts of his body. The
longer the doctors treatedhim the worse
it grew. During the day it wouldget
rough and form like cales. At night it
would be cracked, inflamed, and badly
swollen, with terrible burning and itch
ing. When I think of his suffering, it
nearly breaks my heart. Hiswreams
could be heard down stairs. The suf
fering of myson madomefull of misery.
I had no ambition to work, to eat, nor
Could I sleep.
" One doctor told me that my son's
eczema was mcuruble .and gave it up
for a bad job. One evening I saw an
article in the paper ulwjut the wonderful
Cuticura and decided to give it a trial.
" I tell you that Cuticura Ointment
is worth its weight in gold; and when I
had used the first box of Ointmentthere
was a great improvement, and by the
time I had used the second set of Cuti
cura Soap,Oin Intent, and Resolvent my
child was cured. He is now twelve
years old, and his skin is as fine' and
smooth as silk, (signed) Michael Stein
man, 7 Sumner Avenue, Brooklyn,
N. Y., April 10, 1905." -
Complete External and Internal Treatment for trery
Humor, irom I'itnidea to Rorofula, 'mm Intaney to Ate,
onatllig of Cullrtira Soap, 'J.'K, t Mtitment, flnc., Reiol
vent, Wc. (1u form of fhocotate foaled Pllla, JWc. per rial
of till), mar be had of all ilroatfleta. A ring! eel ofteDcurea,
Fatter UriiK & t'liem. Corp., Sole Prop... Burton.
rarralaUed Free, " Uow to Cure Iluiuon ol Childhood.
Special to Journal.
Washington, June 30- Congress ad
journed today with the usual joking
singing and horseplay. Many amusing
features and semes were, enacted. -
Intense Heat Continues
Special to Journal.
Chicago, June 30The heat is still
intense and the suffering is increasing.
Five deaths resulted from heataud mar y
have been prostrated.-
Five Killed at Launching.
Special to Journal.
Camden, N. J., June 80 The big bat
tleship New Hampshire was launched
here today, the New Hampshire .Gov
ernor's daughter being sponsor for the
. A very sad affair in connection wit!
the launching was the breaking of the
''cradle" or framework on wh;ch the
Vessel rested gave way and fell, killing
11th to the 20th forthe First Raiment.
The Governor returned this afternoon
from Oriental. Pamlico county.
A charter is granted St. Leo's Hos
pital at Greensboro with no capital
tock, several f isters of Charity, Sis
ter Veronica Rilly and others being
named as the incorporators.
Insurance Commissioner James 1'.
Young has gone to Montreat on busi
ness connected with the Presbyterian
Synod of the State.
Col. Thomas S. Kenan and mid. K-
nan are now at MamaronecK, . i.
but soon will go to Saratoga to remain
some six weeks or more.
After July 1st large quantities of
applies for the National Guard of this
State will arrive here including tents
for one regiment, much clothing and
general equipment. Wofk has not yet
begun on the rifle rtnge at the encamp
ment. ' This range m ast be finished and
ready for use before the troops go
there, rifle practice being now specially
required by the United States which
pays all the expenses of these encamp
ments, including pay of troops, rations,
transportation;- etc. It is this rifle
range which causes the -eTicamprnents
to be a little later than was first ex
It seems that the contest for the
postmastership here at Raieigh will be
really between Willis G. Briggs and
John H. Hardin here at Raleigh. Sen
ator Butler's brother is an aspirant and
it looks as if there will be s test of the
power of the ex-Senator in North Caro
lina Republican politics.
Hereafter, since the attempted es
cape of prisoners from jail r",iv night
before last, there will be a watchman
on duty all night. Heretofore this has
not been the case. Prisoners are sent
here from various counties for safe
keeping. The negro Bethel who cut
through the door bar with a saw, then
passed it to the murderer W illiams,
who was with four other prisoners in a
cell below and they used the bar to
break two or three of the cell bars.
The discovery was made barely in time
to prevent the escape of all.
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Young Men wishing to Study
Law should Investigate the
superior advantages offered
by the Department of Law In
. For catalogue end further in
D. W. Newsom, Registrar,
.' DURHAM, N. C.
TRINITY PARK SCHOOL.
. A first-class preparatory school
Certificates of graduation accept
ed for entrance to leading South
- Best Equipped Preparatory School In
the South, ,
Faculty of ten officers and
teachers. Campus of seventy
five acres. Library containing
thirty thousand volumes. . Well
equipped gymnasium. High
standards and modern methods of
instruction. - Frequent lectures
by prominent lecturers. Expen
ses exceedingly moderate. Seven
years of phenomenal success.
- For catalogue and other Infor
mation, address - ,
H. M. North, Headmaster,
.,'", " . DURHAM, N. C.
Tobacco Association Postponed
Special to Journal
Raleigh, June 30. The annual meet-
of the meeting and Mr. Ralph Gray
was acting secretary. The following
resolutions were adopted
Whereas,- Application has been mad
to the Secretary of War by the Nor
folk A Southern Railway Company for
authority to build a bridge across Albe
marle Sound in North Carolina, and
Whoraoa TVia Krwip.triict.inn find use of
a.i r . i-i. m.l I " '
imr oi tne interstate xouueco 8Uch B bndge by the RaiIway Company
Association of Virginia and North Carol wjH promote a wider and more freqent
lina called at Danville July 5, is post- intercourse between the people of bast
poned until July 12. Urn North Carolina, North and South
AiDemane souna. ana aiso wan uie
people 6t Southeastern Virginia, and
Whereas, such a bridge will, after
completion of the link of road now be-
inir built between New Bern and Wash-
Raleigh, July 2-The State Bjardof ineton m c., afford a quicker and
Education met today and selected the I more direct passenger and freight ser-
members, seven in number, of the sub-1 vice than is now possible between New
text-book committee whose names will I BerR and Norfolkr a"d intermediate
, . , , , I points in. Eastern North Carolina and
I he entire board was in attendance anal whereas, A further intermediate re-
this resolution was passed: "Resolved I suit of the use of said bridge will be
that all publishers offering books fori of such saving of time in the transit of
arWinn h tViB mih-tevt-hnnV rommia- passenger and freight as to greatly
Text Books Must be Submitted
Special to Journal
SECRETARY TAFT S VISIT
To North Carolina of Great Republi
stimulat all agricultural, industrial
and commercial activities in the terri
tory described, therefore, it is
Resolved, That the Chamber of Com
merce of New Bern, N. C, hereby ap
proves aiid endorses the above de
above described application and recom
mends that the War Department issue
loan fund amounting to twenty four it8 proper; authority for the construc-
thousand dollars, and running from one I Hon and use of the proposed bridge by
sion shall file with the secretary of the
commission a list of all the names of all
the agents, attorneys and others repre
senting in any way their books and in
terests in North Carolina." Board al
so passed on applications from school
hundred to three thousand dollars.
The Fourth at Mnrehead.
From all indications Morehead City
will be THE PLACE on Wednesday for
the people to spend this glorious holi
day. There will be things going, on
that are suitable to all tastes, from a
prayer meeting to a bowling tourna
ment, but the most important features
On and after July 1st truck train No.
16 will be discontinued. All truck after
of the day will be the base ball gemel this date will be forwarded on freight
between Kinston andBeaufo.t and the! train Nov16, leaving here 7 o'clock a.
o clock dance. 1 he orchestra has ar-1 m. s
Republicans in Pamlico
Bayboro, July 2. -The Republican
County Convention of Pamlico was held
Saturday for the appointment of dele
gates to the State Congressional and
Judicial Conventions. The place of
organization gives a county convention
23 votes. 17 were present of whom 12
were anti-organization, thus showing a
clear majority if all had been present.
Yet they generously gave Mr. Adams
one delegate. It is not so much anti
Adamsasitis anti-Duncan boss rule.
It was quite a contrast in the gener
osity of this county to the methods of
the' Cumberland County Republican
ranged a most excellent program to be
rendered during the german at night
and the waltz that set everybody going
at Atlantic City and other resorts a few
days ago has been secured, and this
will be the dream of your life to listen
to this alone. People just forget all
troubles and cares and swim in the
Well Known Methodist Stricken
Special to Journal,
Raleigh, July 2. Rev. J. W. Jenkins,
superintendent of the Methodist Or
phanage here was twice stricken today
with paralysis HU life is despaired of .His
son, John Wither Jenkins, a well known
young journalist connected with the
Baltimore Sun has been called to his
bedside, " ' .
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank all our friends
their efforts to save our goods at
Sunday night fire. ..
. JOHN SUTER & SON.
A Unit For Pou
Special to Journal
Raleigh, July 2. Ninth District Con
gressional Convention today unani
mously "nominated E. W. Pou; T. M
Pittman, of Vnce, presiding. Pou
was placed in nomination by A. C. Zol-
I the Norfolk & Southern Railway Com
pany. j J. J. WOLFENDEN,
Native Western North Carolina Beef
at Oaks Market.
Notice to Truck Shipers.
J. P. C. DAVIS.
New Books at Library
The following new books haAe been
received at the libray department of
the Woman's Club
The Shadow of Life,
melodies of this waltz, and those who The Way of the Gods,
are not inclined towards dancing get I The Fool Errant.
that feeling right away as soon as thisljhe Countess Erilsa,
beautiful composition is played. .1 Lady Bettie Across the Water,
The train that leaves Morehead at 11 If Youth But Knew,
o'clock tomorrow night is an advantage I Quicksands,
to New Bernians that will be highly ap-1 The Dawn of A Tomorrow,
predated, as you can down on the 5:601 Fenwicks Career,
train in the afternoon and take in the I Conviction,
dance and return home at a reasonable With Washington in the West,
bed time. I Elsie's Motherhood.
Finhino- ia nomethince craat this sea-1 Elsie's Children.
son of the year and extra ordinary
catches are being. A "Fishhawk" I Tce cream freezers, best
be out on 4th as they are positive fish-1 dOWS. F Ull line genera
ing will be "great" that day. WHwa re. Gaskill Hard
ine sun win aiso anora some prenyl . A .
. .... timrn nVir-tna lav
scenes rortne KoaaK nenas, as tne "con-1 waiv. vu., ww
vict stripes-" will ba therein full bloom
; Sunday's Storm
After three days of cessation from
rain another storm visited this city Sun
day afternoon. It was the regulai
thunder and lightning variety and some
wind was connected with it. The sto-m
lasted over an hour and .98 inch rain
The damage done by the storm con
sisted In blowing down two of the large
stacks on the Elm City Lumber Co
mill. Crossed wires caused an alarm
to be sent in from box No. 14, but there
was no damage affected
We may look for a continuation
weather this month. The prophet, De-
Voe says that July will be marked with
numerous severe thunder -storms but
little ralntalL The humidity will also
be a marked feature,
Any subscriber having a copy of the
weekly Journal issue of May 15, 1906.,
will confer a favor by sending it to this
office, as that date is missing to com
plete the file.
Wanted . -
Those young men who smashed my
store window to know that the ' propo
sition for the repairs" offered by the
spoksman was satisfactory, but that he
never came back any more." Now
how about it?
' C. E. WHITC0MB.
83 George street,
The Methctdist Sunday School of
MaysWlle will hold their annual picnic
at White Oak Church, near Mavsville.
licofer, of Vance, seconded by Sheriff on Thursday July 19, 1906. All are in Goldsboro, N. G, on June 30, 1906, a
Ellinirton of Johnston and F. B. A ren-1 cordially invited to come and bring full . dividend of 1) per cent on tne capital
Dividend Notice A & N C R R Co.
At a meeting of the Board of Direc
tnm of the A. & N. C. R. R. Co. held
dell of Wake county.
S5.00 REWARD-Wanted, Military
Bounty Land Warrants. Will pay $5
for telling mo who has one whether I
buy or not. Dealers excepted. R, K.
Kelley, Kansas City, Mo.
stock of said R. R. Co. was declared,
the same to be payable on the 20th of
Julv 1906 at the office of the treasurer
Heath and Milligan Paint, tt
L. -i.M- .ff.. f' 11. I 1 illMIM- -
mure ,wui ue aiuieomceoi our saies nave ueen large MmmUw will be closed on July io,
Dr. R. D. V. Jones from July during June. 'No dissatisfied i9oe at 12 o'clock m and re-opened on
8th for two weeks,, where he customers, nothing better on '7 TV V
see patients needing the market for lasting and . -
Dr. Lee Cohen of Balti-
Chairman Adams Pleased With Washington
Trip. Mecklenburg Convention.
News Falls to Arrive. Proposed
Monuments. Mrs. Cunulng
ham's Funeral. Bold Bur.
Greensboro, June 30. Republican
State Chairman Adams has returned
from Washington in apparent good spir
its oxer the result of his trip. He had no
trouble whatever in securing the ap
pointment of his recommendation for a
collector at the port of New Bern and
seems gratified that Secretary of the
Navy Taf t has consented to come and
make an address before the Republi
can State Convention here on July 10th.
A letter from the Secretary this morn
ing brings the information that he
will reach Greensboro on the night of
Judere Adams has written to United
States Circuit Judge Pritchard United
States Di trict Judges Boyd and Pur
nell andEx -Superior Court Judge W. P.
Bynum, requesting them togo to Wash
ington on the 8th and act as a commit
tee of escort to Secretary Taft on his
visit to the State.
Chairman Adams seems confident of
his re-election as chairman of the com
mittee by ilia State Convention. When
he first accepted the poaition, he stated
that he was not going to make any ef
fort to secure votes from any county in
the 8th Congressional District, if Black
burn was a candidate for the chairman
ship. In spite of that position, he says
that in view of the great parade Black
burn's forces are making of the en
dorsements he has secured t hi fact is
that, he,' Adams, will get more votes
for chairman from Blackburn's Con
gressional District than Blackburn will
get from ali other parts of the State,
There is some comment here over the
failure of the Industrial News this
moming to have any report of one Re
publican Convention in Mecklenburg
yesterday, when Blackburn was en
dorsed for chairman. ' The Greensboro
Telegram and all othrmorning papers
had the news, which precludes the idea
that there was a cyclone inMecklenburg
which broke down the wires.
Activity still prevails in local Repub
lican circles among the Adams and
Blackburn factions over securing dele
gates favorable to the one or the other
to the county meeting called for July
7th. It is said that Judge Bynum hav
ing finally positively refused to allow
any use of his name complimentary or
otherwise in connection witn dun-
fords endorsement for the chair
manship the Blackburnites are now
determined to get . endorsement
of Guilford out and out for Black
burn as against Adams. There is a
well grounded rumor afloat that the
Adams forces will when convention as
sembles, pull out from support of
Blackburn and Harris and support fcx-
Attornev General Z. V. Walser of Lex
ington and carry the convention by
storm. As against Adams it is said
Walser would command the support
of the Holton as well as the Blackburn-
Harris influences, it being well known
that both Holton and Blackburn voted
for Walser to succeed Rollins, when
thn executive committee selected
The funeral services of Mrs. Lucy A
Cunninggam was conducted by the Rev
nr. G. H. Detwilder at West Market
Street M. E. Church at 10 o'clock this
The interment followed in
Greene Hill Cemetery, J. A. Odell, C
H. Ireland, C. H. Dorsett, F. B. Ricks jmprOVed line.
lyre tiienn, ana ur. m n ...
i.tina- as oall-bearcrs. , ine cnurcn
was packed with loving Inenas oi me
dear deDarted. the members of the
Alumni Association of Greensboro Fe
male College composing a large body
of honorary escorts.
Already the suggestion has been
made to erect two monuments on the
College campus. One to Rev. William
Barringer, who fell from the building
and was killed, while the original col
lege walls were going up, and one to
Mrs. Cunninggim, who has given her
last years almost exclusively to aiding
in rebuilding the college since m iasi
destruction by fire, and who Uvea to re
ioice with others at the complete re-
h.kitrimnnt of their beloved Alma
The police are busy trying to appre
hnd the thieves who entered the pri
vate office of Cunningham Bros, and
carried away an Iron box containing
money and valuable papers. The rob
barv. which occurred Saturday1 night
was not reported until yesterday. The
burglars broke open the box and after
taking the currency threw the papers
intn an nnen lot lust below tne resi
dence of P. R. King on King street.
There is no clue to the perpetrators of
AND YOU WILL HAVE A
Belicioas Gup of Tea
Everything at Cost And Less-
We have a very large stock of Summer
Clothing for men, boys and children to be sold
very low. All two-piece Suits less than cost.
Our entire stock of Men's Furnishings, and
Ladies' and Men's Shoes and Oxfords goes in
this Sale. Also the Dry Goods and Millinery,
Ribbons, Silks, &c.
We are not going out of business, but we
need the money and expect to sett the goodsr
The profit is all yours and lots of the cost.
Nothing will be charged.
J. J. BAXTER.
Work delived the day after it is received.
Developing a film of six 15 cents; mounted prints
7cts each. Unmounted prints 5 cents each.
The Wootten Studio.
92 EAST FRONT ST.
FOR SUMMER COOKING
Use an up-to-date Oil Stove. We carry the most.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS COULBKa,
HAMMOCKS, MOSQUITO CANOPIES, c.
J OH N B. IIVES.
Phop 257 . 93 Middle 8Tt
Dr. Pepper's PhosFerrates
Hire's Root Beer
FOR YOUR HEALTH SAKE TRY THEM '
treatment of diseases of the covering Qualities. : Gaskill
eye, ear, nose and throat ' Hardware Co., phone 147.
Secy and Treas.
Native Western North Carolina Beef
at Oaks Market.
Special to Journal.
i Ashoville, June 80. The Democrat
of the Tenth Congressional District
22 CRAVEN STREET
nominated Hon. Will T.
sold o::ly id dottle.