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o-. i.hu I. Two Sec tloaa. every Toi
asy and Frldy, Mouroil Biilldliig.58-
eOOravea y' W V '
CHARLES L. STEVEN.
, SUBSCRIPTION RATE?"
T-a Months.. . ..mW-MS.-
- iiireeeiidnths;:.,.. H
MX oomft.Lnuuv""."- ai 00
( . Official Paper of New Bern and Craven
, Advertising rates furnished upon fL
. plication at me omce, or ui-,--
ri'Jbis'rfBiy'isli 'on PJ
hull - ftuhacribe; win
tuttt aotie ceipTra'l'irorthelr sub
scription and an immediate response to
,i anfereciated by the
lvw w- - - -
tgateei' ai the l&toffice, . KewBero
,,,uu,aNew Bern N,.vuiy r.' 1906.
I ; 11. .1 I llkltt-1 i
,-fi,.3ihe mimber.aud rate, of , hicnaase of
i,, Souther cotton mills is set' forth im-
.' pressively Tthe -TextiltfDWeStbry"
""of the'Sodthefti ftallway,' wSicti' shows
: ,i&,of;)"i.ut5X in
MuiteBiversedbythe,Southertk ' In
..Jawuwy of the .present year there-Were
inthese"(ates,173;284" looms and 6,4
77,'M6" Spindles', an 'increase "ov'rjthe'
previous year pi o, iw(ira,,nnu -.--""566
gpipcUes,, .At the date named there
V 405,264 spmdteB' VirriJa hf 'Hiills
" &A(t ISS'spindfes; Tennessee) Y2mlis
'"ana '1,716' spindles;', gouty .foroluja,"'
148 mills and 2,861,330 spindles, North
Carolina 206 mllteaiidl,733,221 spindles
'MiBs8sippi,: mjlta and 38;216' spindles;
'XffettrgiS,' 79 mills'and I'M. 007 ..flp'i'nd-
Tes,;'Alabama,'.39 miUs.and 546,25$
-.4-' '',' "'
i eaAl,.Knittong machiaest numbered in,
XIZ, .with 644 sewing' machines arid 53,-
fMspmdlcs." Woolen mills had iSg'sets
f birds; j;iM'loTOWl66l"!
les.( .These figures., judicata.., AhaUthe
textile movement in.theSoutivi8avery
jeoasiderable-one,'' "' ' MU"
Chicago Post ""'
The passing of Jules Breton after
career of high accomplishment' inevita
bly a ' rerhiritte'r "6F this great acn'eve-
melius oi me scnooi oi wni;p.J1,ti8
the , cftjef remaining representative,
Breton did noLawroach the peasant
with the religious fidelty of . Mllefc nor
,1 IHJ M ' v; ' v,
did he communicate with the same sub-
u.ti iimt l. ' i mi ' 'V '
tie charm as Corot the enchantment of
mtre',,yHi,his1bwn' Wayne m'ingled
romttHtfbisfh'a' Murausm" anTpr
smW;'WirecoTdlhiB t&e'common'ie of
m neld,'TWithe idlismwYu'ch' sprang
a 'IHucTi' 'from' ms "own" snianwus
pte'mstlh'ct'aitfo''m''th4 nalfve cliar
aettrlBtierW His silbecL "" '" " 1
"The tieasftAbr Mine't'isr"oY'Tour8e,J
affKhtprfes1 bf 'MlTlefs own ' auiTerlttf
, and humility. Ck)fot's "trees ''entangle
in--their filmy branches the' gentle
dreams Krf'thr,pamttr7,,JAHd "stfttie'
gl4heri( hd' weeder's of fireton repre-
ainent, (abM 'PKe,: of, rounded, contours
and Xresh eomplexioo and'-'srtBrtaeatJiie
limbs,whis degW W thev fm," fiealthy
beauty" of y6itnr" seenwetner ''''the
T??1"6.8?. ,?J??rW he, feWffl
of sunset, when labor has ceased -tai
ths,f!4.i.t weace. ,v H
Xkare , is. ssack of ' " Wordswmhi ' W
B' it hasten beetfsuJfl-muK'at
pleasuce.in eokx and io-fomu. rlliSi-ris-ioa
was.aeti-clwayr'fNW' tther"f ttmi
hke Wordsworth's, it has meant much,
, ' I I ' lllllll 'I'" V"i 1,1 J " '
.w aj-vAlJ ETUERl.iM mull Old H
T.-uiuuinrj:u mi abaiaulBV atitiiitrimi
V1! mil 'U1U H (MM!
TJjei(SJrqet, Railwax, Journal, is much
impieaaedt'.withi the eieesriflcatiDti. ef
. toi'1 a i'HVui.i ..ii:U ii u
l&othBtend;. electricity mrt'ia 4t4
mpJeyed''- wlthtfaW'bf "dlffWe'h'r
kindS-'It ainetehr,s,pes.,,,, We "We2t
service, e hest, will ,,fce(fV.,aeyvtli4
elect pfars. ap(J trainaiMt.Jocalntiawal
moving at al schedule speed flf 'twenty Jl
fur r..::,.s an hear.' ;fli"aSit;o,n','triWe'
will re.rit:.cMim,e' .Ts'-'f " t '( ""'hi
h :yi,!?;,r,e;"J "lU'on,,
i ' l.i r ?,tl3. t-13r " ,
As the present line lias only two tracks,
it is proposed to solve this problem,, by
thtxuae of a long third track oa gradev
land by,the use , four, tracks within
Atlantic line of the Pennsylvania Com
paq is stjon- tp be "electrified in the
same way. The time is not distant,, it
is thought, when-similar electrifications
will be made on many important tinea.
Te Curs A Cold is On Day.
Take LmttvtfBroraoX)uihine Tablets
Druggists refund1 money if "it fails to
cure E. ,W Jiwtve'e. signature is on
4c box. 25c
W&arc baviagK 'beautiful Weather
afcain, trunk larmers can soon finish
Willie Uiggineifipent'Friday and Sat
urday with us, his sister; Miss Sidney
returned with him, to Send a couple of
Tmn -'Llllyanff ' TIES "Moms were
guests of John Lilly Saturday and Sun
Mr Bazine Morton and wife and Mr
Mprtoaapent.1SaUirdaj .flight, at. John
Ossie Meadows and bride are visiting
MiB-Luto Btfrbee. "'" -
Jaelc Bell and -Ernest Mills' Were here
Sunday. .... ull,v..
We have no real illness with us now,
ha v heard of much sickness this sea-
9n(- among whom Was Mrs' Katie Eu-
banks, hope nW tf speeaY recovery; '
nr. '!!' Jii!i."' "' ""'W W "
i..t t V - ?tr"' III i i ii ;l
:. ,r .A.fisatrteed Curs'for Piles
Itahing.'-BmlbV Bleediri;4 Prbtruding,
Piles'." Druggists a" authorized to re-
fun money if PAZO' CINTMENT fails
bo-cure in 6 to I4' days'."" 60c. '
. ......int.;! . ' '
.Stella Jlews. ...
,.v i . I ' 'July II .
...Mm -Thomas' McGinn;" of this place,
who has-been' arwiay 'Bor 'the past two
weeksy returned, home today . J ' "
-Messrs ,Attdrew"Ennett.'"X'S Jones
and' Miss Elizabeth EMnett,' of Cedar
Point,"Spene Sunday With "us " '
""MV. Gtl Jerikins'.' of Mavsviile. was
a visitor nere ounaay evening,
! ' r'ljH' Vllil- - 1' ''' 'ii"". ' '"'
,fe w.eejcs,,p,r,.,yn9 ,lPuice,.spent
Sundp.wjtjh, iis.DareutB, at.PeUetier.
t Miss GenoljaEveritti. visiting friends
atStpngwalL ...W.e.itope to have her re
turn soon.,, . ,. ,.. .,
Mrs. Mollie Bryan, of Kew Bern, is
spending some . Udm with relatives in
pdsroajid,thifl. placets i '
, Mc garrison and Mies Eunice Mc-
Daniel,, tLong .Pointy were in our
i(y ., Sunday ftemeek . ! m
,,,Mrs. M..W. BarberMrs. Zeta Foster
and daughter Mariao, . -spent Sunday in
lo M&, Charlie Collinsnd wift of Dep
pe, visited t.JyIr..,, Louis- Carra way's
miMr.Carr .At, finow 'Hill,' who has
been ia &WAnsber.fos,the past month;
Stopped over heee Friday on' his 'way
houie.rmi win S'"i "t-f '
..Mr. .Junius Koonoemide ,1'business"
trip tp-LaGnange last week, -
-..HH'IIWH, .'III lOt Ji' iVPEAGH,
..i mini u ill HiiMi. -iJ tifc
(iThe, Natiojoalj Cathplic.Bduoational
Association a cgn.yenlaon voted in favor
VirterjnKi( -th .acriptareia
-Wheaoor soldiers went toOsba and
tbftJ'hiiippineNJieeJtsi was 'themoet
gan, retired (Cemmiasary, Sergeant U
A.of Rural Route d'Ooncord, N. Hvc
say;,,','! ., was two- years ia Cuba and
tvP jearin.tte BUIippinest'aBd being
subject to aoldavM I-iitooki'O? King's
I New DiMevary for Consumptioa which
Kept,me4a-parzact htelUuur Awl1 now.
in Jilesitliarapahure, we find it the best
mf)djciBe.ia thawerld oreoagha eolds
bronchial .teouUessmd aM jdngdiaoasea
And U)0. . Trial bottle ifreev m ai
,, It.ls stated Bmpewr Nicholas has the
resign a two, of. tbe.Kuasian Cabinet, bat
Ifi saatb to-aceept iii'ti -,U junuii i,:..
,j' alaniUIJUllT''!'"! J Jin mm m' 6
yV i 'jti -tj i'
HI Kll '
... attei'K'Ri,'ufc Wllihg
Miss 011worf, a Kfillfner U' MTnhesota
' 1'Juiou,l TU 1 lafV"
I .-1 u7rfl.Hl tSUWWV S" '
ouuCatafitlaCtMKt as'iGartdtiV ,
with lrapptoioh'sl'latf they'' rian'
atmditHel.ttft brflie' aTsei'W: 'Cat-
arrah ' bWdfl or teonstitutibnaf ffifcehse'
iaadtewdtt"tb' flirt rt"ybtf must'taktf
iatewtar' "WmKaieA," VHaim" Catarrafc
Car Mittt fh tWrrfany; 'fnd' WW dfi'ec
(Jy on' ttie-'blood' sna" hlticolls ' sdrfi&eB,
the best physicions in this country for
yaan !' rtK f egHlar"preicHbS6it' ' It
js.tottfpas-eB' bf the ttdt 'tdnlc.11kiiown.
Combined with- tWV 'biaoirpdrtflera'
.actinrUirectry ort f J rtnfcous'stirWcel'
V perfect tdtr" .Uuri'of the twi'lrf
f-(i;ci,!a Wwt .'I'rW'V VichWonA-p
s in t'in"- . r..:i.j
. i - J- ' ' i.,v. :.; Toiio;
'J.,( l"l !IVF"J, II n. I. ,,.-l I
n.!J by Dri--:itf ,!' n 7. ;. "
Warships t pn .PaiadivHt stb?
Next Year AVill Iicpre
' 1 sent an Kuornious
'''"'." Sum of Money.
Norfolk," July 13. The Government!
ot the United States having appropri
ated last year -two1 nundrtdShd fifty
thousand dollars, and this year one mj);
lion,, three hundred and tv enty five
thousand dollars to aid jtjie Jumestown"
Ter"-Cehfentennial Celebration,' one
fact if settled beyond peradventure,
and that is in 1907 the most magnificent
.international na vaWerttlezVdtia ani niil-v
itary encampment that the , .wot 11 has
'6v4r' seen 'will"be oh view at the Ex
position near Norfolk. Virginia. . , .
The President of the United States
has invited all the nations of the wold
to be represented on tliat occasion b,y
such ot, tbaic .Daual.iVeseels'BniKsucJ i
regiments of their soldiery as it may be,
convenient o, fiji.pt the prin
cipal countries of the world have ac
cepted the invitation.
. By ,1907 the United. States will , have,
in commission some of the finest Rattle
ships affciat',' and will also have a grea.t
fleet -of' cruisers-,' -torpedv boats, de
stroyers,, gunboats,. and submarines. It
is probable that more than one-half of
these will be dontuiuously at anchor in
Hampton Roads, and it i unlikely that,
any country possessing a navy will be,
without a good, , representation during
the entire period of, the Exposition.
A battle sjyp.is unlike, most, marvels,
in proximity mcreases the wonuer. we
know that the average horse power of
a locomotive is about. 1.000, and that
several cruisers., in the . United., States
Navy haye engines capable ot, generat
ing ,twenty-thr,?e ,,fJiousand, , or. .more, '
therefore the , engines of a tirat-class
cruiser is twenty-three times. as power1
ful as the. locomotives. ,,, . .
, A train-load of twelve hundred tons'
is a heavy burden for a locomotive.,,. A'
number of fhe, United States battle
ships displace fifteen times this,, weight
of water, and there are monster ves-'
sels of other , nayies still,. larger than
ours. Imagine,, then, the force repre
sented by .fifty battleships a number
very likely to be seen at any time dur
ing the Exposition-n and this is . exclu
sive of the smaller and yet wonderful
and powerful vessels belonging to the
cruiser , class. France has ever fifty
submarines, and leads the world in this
particular. . The United States being
second, with ten or twelve. However,
all, the countries of Europe have repre
sentatives of this class, and these un-der-water
marvels will be seen at -the
Exposition..,!,,, , w .ii,
., " i, I'- " ' 1 " 1 ;
Quick Steaming Record: ""
the Asheville .Correspondent to. the
Charlotte Observer Says: . .
..The first, .event of - the - tournament
was the steamer contest between .New
Bern and Goldsboro on Pack Square.
New Bern won the .quick: water prize
and also, the distinction of lowering tire
world's record, . , Goldsboro, won. the
long distance prize. .There was "one
purse of Ji 00 for quick, water, with 60
percent, to. the. winner, and 40 percent,
(o ,tha loser; also a- $100. purse 4or long
distance waten, with the ame percent
to winner andvloeerj The two., steam
era were rolled to. the. tank- located be-
tween the fountain -and the city hall
shortly after the parade. , asd -prepara"
tions made for, the cooteeti,. New Bern
had the first showj At the signal Fire'
man Ephriam Brinson.iwent to-work
with vim. i His complete 'knowledge'
of the machine at once- won for - him- ad
miration -and shortly, when wate-'Was
shown in Beeord-breaking tiaie applause '
burst from,, the. ,, New Berni .admirer.
The New Bern, team got up. steam and
showed water in two , minutes, 'six'' and'
ona-Jialf seconds reduoing the .worlds"
record just 22 1& seconds. - The- New
Bem.thre w the water 219 feet and l -M
inches.. Yi u (nit ' - i a !!,!, u'
$ Trad --Rporl' n
tomorrow 'will1 say for Richmond' .and
., .- .. 111. Ill ,
vicimiy ; - .
, Y '.!. -V !. i-H -l.fl 1 1 III
' Manufacturers and smokingd, che.-
m'l??.' ..f'SH Wa Rti fotir,
ness. Factories are working - at full
capacity ond would do a larger business
but "for "'the' 'scarcity of 'htboh 1 'Th'd
acreage of the tobacco crop will fib hk
large tins year as hut ahd-dealeVs 'ari
tieipat high prices during' the ibtniHg
yeatv Retail trade Is not WctiVd bwihg'
tothe'seftHon of the yar. CbllectioriS
are fairr'"'' iU,'v ''nix ",w '
.1, , .. , "
' Ul irliU'i 4 " ,.I,,J 11 HI I
Seven girlsKHged (torn 7,e V6 yean,
were, (drowped, pear, Cedar Rapldai lewa
, .01 'il" I , 'I Jli 1 I "III I'M lU.llr Hi
,,, Jewal iCompMnl la CMIdrtniino ,
.During the summef months tWldrfetf
are subject to disorders of the bowels'
whfc should reeeive1 careful1 attention'
aa soon as the first unnatural looseness '
1 tbowela ppjrs,mThJbtiraedin
cue h use, for bowel .compkuot. is
Clarnberiaija's Calico .Cholera nd JJtiart
hoea ,J?enjed,jr Mi.t promptly, controls
any iranatujal Iposeness of tbe bowels.
For safe by Payia', Pharmacy and S. S. ,
DoffKnoai. .jJA '..-KM '' '
'. ' .III.'IP. ..l m .-u (ula
"J G Phelps Stokes, the millionaire
worker in New York's slum's, declares
ms neiiei in socialism ana announces
. . . . . Ml. I 4 ' ',.. 4 ,i nil 'I '"I I
ms lnieniKin to woi x ior iu reuhza-
tiOH, -'-' .1. il'-Kui. t lt.i
,,,!( , ..
.4M Hai Slood li s T,t 23 Yr.
thin H 'l.tu. wi ,, ,,, ,,-! "I.U
Tie oM, orirnjd t;"iYK,'3,Ti,'!4i
CHI Tiiic Vou V- ,.v 'v i ' t yoit "-.
t ' ' .'"It"' it" t i .' i l . :
MUS. EMMA TLKISSNER
SufettdOvtt TwoYeatsHfUk Wat
In Precarioui Condition Cmstd
, - By Pelvic Catarrh. . - ,
' Kirs'. Emmi" iFleTssne'r' 1412 Sixth
AVe'., Seattle, "Wash.', "Worthy Treasurer-Ron
of Tem'perailee, writes":" '
"I suffered over two yeari W'rt' lr
regular and painful periods.' My health
was in a very, precariois. conditlaa and
J was anxious to find something to re
store my health and strength. " ' ' ' '
"1 was very . glgi tq try Ferun and'
dVliciitcd to find that it was doing ,m
good, f 'continued to use It a little oyer,
three months dria found my troubles re-,,!
naoved.1 " "' '
"I consider It' -a "splendid medicine
and sjutfl, ne vert be without it, taking a
dose occasionally when J feel, run
down and tired.' ,,
Otr' files c6nta1n thousands of tostt-
i-tnoniiilst'hieh"Dr'. Hartriiah' has re
ceived from grateful, ' happy" Women
wlio hftvg ;l-en..rostored to health by
.bis remedy. Pcuaa. .... :
EDITORS AT CHASE CITY.
Ten ,( ' liWIi vis Jlfav ins a Plea s
hie Time at. the Vir
...... jtiiiia liesortj,' :
Special to Joirttal.'"' '" '
Chase City,'' Var,''iuly'i3Th's joint'
session of Mp .yirgiuia-North, Carolina
Pres3 Association Uegan-hHre todayi It
ia a-splendid gathering' of the repres-
errtajfVe newspapei- niendfboth Stat'es.'
They combine business witn .pjeasura
and the occasion is raada, mpst,,enjoya-bte-.,,
The watiiBr,is veary pleasant and
the eiticans conlittl and "hearty ih ' Ihefir
reception. '"The "great hotel Meclclen
., ,J , ;, -.- l', .,,,4.1 "'
burg is the heaaouarters. f or t.he ,, sso
citjop mj.her.ft.isnp.tiei-vice that the
guesi cksire.Lut .that it is, anticipated
by the .polite ant. energetic' 'attendant.
Th& tSJegraph and telephone companies
have'placea tVieinselves at the. disposal
of the edt9r.w;Ui9ut,hc, usual feet. j
, ..Thft tl'Jr.sftee have all been", of a
highly practical" ahtl hi)pfQl"natflrfe;
Pdildwmg'ls'tfie prbgrii'n'i followed yea-
v -iji-1,1 mV ,i,M- ' i '""I "' '"
terday: , , ,,
, t ii, ,r; itrt(.l -flu -i ,.,,.. . f'.v"
km MMilKP.,hlSlf. .u. ui.'
,Pre3iilent'-a6Jra;' " "" " '
EsK4j(tti"Viotiiig'Gorrtests and 1 Prem
ium as Circialaiion BuiliierV-Mni H.'
Bii'Vasaeir, oitheJ.Kiotf-tuiv ..Dispatch.;
Essay '"The National Editorial As1
Essav Rural Free Delivery;., Does
it ffelji Locaf Papers?;,'-- Mj, JftlLas
sit'e'r, ortfie'Smith'fiekl Herald., ' (,..: ,,
Essay - The Business nd . of. ..a
Kisrsj,..BTOVwJi..rt .. ..i.u
;.ufl .BRFOpN.SeSgWl,!',- mv
; Jdagi4fiiiistoriair-a .Fapef'byMr.11
M.rU Shipmun .of the- HendereonviHe
HUBtter H-!J t4Ul,JVNl HJi7i'U4l U '
f iEasay'1The"Piweii of he"' Trade
Papcrvia JeurnaRsnj"''Mi'Norai H.
Johnson, of the Merchant Jearneti.
Essay -'.'The Trne,, Journalist" Mr.
J , i , .1 . ,i , i
Arcnioaui joimson, oi vnamy anu
Children."- ' ' , '
Eseay-tnlfXhOiRelatio of-ai Newspa"
per ts.tbe fjurty wkfa'WFireh it is AfRU
lated'Ma JW,?. Rowe-, ot tae red-
erieksburg FreeiLaneei nnw 4nol ,ii,m
-Ui. Ej Ci'iMo6oiey,.'of he DanWlle
MeUjodistjiJi Jf"i " inmi innmur, b-
C Annual' catibfi''by ReV.' J'O. 'AtMh
ort,"l.'D"; bf thd Christian' Sunf
, Address byMri"Pol 'Mlllef,' f Rfch-
hi4l lilt' Vl j" ,'H"1H' '' '!
u -am Sail' hi.'W ii iiMiji 'ii tiirto ".inn-
,.i,,"tint 'yu i.inuii'in vu-i'M
Wedsit Ciaitnt' Often Csrry, (hi .MoQpn.
, i' hi .ii,i-.io.f.l.l',t!0.li' i i;i.i't'i
ty. WhW.Maxim,.tfi famous gutHnveo
of judges, he state4its,arryHig,pewaE
f6 be much below what he felt sure the
gtm would accomplish.'" The result of
the trial W.-tberefoM,. at, greatuieui
prise, instead of disappointment nJt ta.
the same with the mariiifacfurers of
Chamberi wn's1 Cfttie;"Choldra't(n-d- Dlarf
hdeaitUmly'ii itThey'donot' publicly
plish.but Puerto lf(ansera ,maketl
the statements. .Wliatthey do claim,
is that'lt'toill'p'iifitiVely curs' diarrhoea'
dyflerrtery;"pni'ns lW"the''tl)m;ich and'
boweU nn.lhr)'!vciii ,lieen knol"tO'
f .il. , I'or ftalc .y ,DiVi'.-. Cbar.,nd
ri ' v.
;msl ".-if llllW H.KMli lu 111,1. I II",'" I
VOICE OF THE .PEOPLE.
r it ; j . -
Viii-d for W House,
Let the good people of Craven county
ralj aboat tKeir woiihy fefto,' Hoift D.
L. Ward, and send him to the House of
Representatives, und show to the State
that we appreciate his, most enviable
eatrdiiVtherUt legislature. He1 a
man Of allilit.y QtmulalMiava fr the
best interest, not only of his constitu
ents, but for trie entire SomnWwealth
'i Two years ago when vMt. E. M.
LKqppcj Mas oVfratadfo4he nRte'the
pepple of Qnslow county sent him te-thei
House. Mrt Ward is not, less worthy,
and theeople of Crayon, fie, usually .as
ap'fec'at'ive, "soet "tnem do likewise.
Mr. Ward s identification with the
moral forces and the passage of the
Wtfd bilL jahctuld beieaffioientevidence
that his services are still needed
t'TnwmiyglslaVllr'e'wllf'be a vwry,
important fjnij qni iMst such a mrn.as
Mr. Ward should be there to protect
our interest. ''',,'..
The gentlemen now running for that
offipgare gJ9(l,'Pfin..lit.t.W!t'' thne
when it seems to us that every man in
Cranen county, can readily see, our
sltiori and' understanding it, will be with
us in this move,
-,i5Yr have.jBot consulted Mr-' Ward o'ri'
this matter, but we know he is still toy-'
al to' his a'riyl and will' serve his peo-.
ple whennthey catt"upoirhlm; ' He can
ser'e frayeilcqur4v ,b,etter, and the
State equally as welt, in the lower
HonseVahd if'we"send 'Mm theoe, ydu
may rest assured that he will be faith
ful to the trust reposed in him.
, . ,i. .u.i-..,!. ..jjj '' 'i'iENDERR0N
"I. fiayeVfrerfliin .ary, jiy elcome
SpeeiaMo Jownal."" -" '
' ftaheigh',' J Aly 14 Raleigh's success
ful firemen1 arrived' this afternoon from
'.IT. U.l.t I, I', I' ' ' '' ' '
AsheyiHe an,J were . given ,a tremendous
reqeptjAn. at, depot and were escorted to
the Metropolitan hall' where they lis-
tened'Wspefechcs bf 'welcome and con
gratiiyatiori'fbr''raore than an hour. Re,
, i . . ilutfili, f i -
freshtnentSjWeije served to 300 or 400
firemen aed theinriwndsi " They were
met byths'oity officials' in' 'tarriages
and the whole city turned out to greet
The firepnen and their hosts at Ashe
ville deny to a man that young Han-is
waS at fault te the 'matter which pro
voked" the censure from Durham and
I. . , IIIH i, , -. 1 . , I '. '
stated that. he Durham Co., failed, to
make the connection having placed the
nozzle against' the car track. Harris
called for 'Judges lo prove designs of
Durham contestants to kick the hose
so, that the Jprce Pf the water , and cast
it 30 OC40 feet from its intended fasten.
I ii-MilKHjljll UultHl - -l .
of .troubles to contend with,' spring from
a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, un
ess you awaken thepi to their proper
action with' Dr. King's New Life Pills;
me pieasaniest ana most .euecuve cure
fb: 'Consumption, They prevent Appen
dicitis'a'n'd tone jiD tjhe., system, Sc at
'all druggist's. " , ., ., , .
Michael' Anagnos: pres'deht of the
Greek 'Union "of America, "Ss dead in
Koumania1. Anagnbs '(kWo' v,rit'teh An
agnostopoulos) v was 'the "sdn In-law" of
the late DrSamuetG.'-HSWe and Julia
Ward Howei and ' Wat, the 'successOr of
tfia former 1 a 'SUFrsrirttendeht if the
Perkins. Institute fbrthe Blind! "tr""
Y"i M'.'it lam in n.r.t ; a i "
.11 lll-Jll Ii 0li .4!'i ,'' 'l.'l'. "'" S"1'1
.-. i" MacKay,"MaGiujoHne "" '
-.'II-'. -ult "t" 'III,! -'IU !' fcKU'Ttii. -u I
cures aH headachesf .etpea. not . dot
press' the heart, tl6; Zfr. and, 60 , cents'a
boife at' 'druggjtf ,(..6o , doses at foun-
fe,' 'v".V.' ',.Vr:;..-,n:- rl-W I
;r ,,.,1-m M,i..irr.'. ii. -''
, ,Hot el, and restaurant pneis are stead
ily,rjsjpg a Qerman , cities because of
thp rapid jtjse., of prices of. meat-and
vegeUbh?S,mCoo, and -waiters .also
demand more than,, formerly 41 .i 4'''''
, ;i 1 ri-iirt '-:a t .1'4'iui : "i '
.MrSfPranceSuL;, Sftlesv of ' Missouri
Y8r)ey,IsL writes.) 'I have been afTicl
ed wj'h kWney trouble for .Ave years!
bad VVWe .pains in back and a frequent
desire .to jurinte,i,, When siding ( ex
periencednucb.paiB'ovef the, region of
the kidneys, ,J, tried .Ave physicians
without benefit and tben 'oonchided 1 to'
try Jay'a Kidney .ourftn-After taking
three JM bottle "I wasn ompletely
'cureda,, Qld,ibyJ)avui.Pharmacy." .
..u i ,4inw win ""'
' : iVioe-Admiral' Choukniri, ' who ' Was
shot at Sevastopol; dled 6f his wounds.1
,l,i I.,., i"" r"."tf."i.i U'"
ll,liiU '"11 L"I.IIJ. --- "' 1 I'1"' .'
'' Diu ,Williama'..Indian Pile Ointment
will, cure, Ijnd, ,Bleeding,.. Ulcerated
ana Itching Piles. It absorbs f.he tu
mdrt,' allays' the Itching at once, acts as
i poultict. ogives InStatit' relief." Dr.'
Williams! India Pile Oiatment is" pre J
pare, for, Pjles, and Itching of the , pri
vate parts. "Every bo is , guaranteed.
Sold byklriiKgists,rby mail, for 60c and
$l.0"Seld by D."A. Harget' ' "
1 ' t.i.iu iiini in 1 ia 11 'if i '"' '' "'
A'hev.Bpecles'W rala'nas been dis
oovArild ' Tri ' 'South" 'America' " 'that "have
"phoSphbfe's'cehl! skins,' which' iini with
, tferVifylnjf;J jj.eeriifih 'glare at niKht.
J,n thtydaytime they took like ordinary
mil.a -fl".ii. -
,.ami i, na.ni uiL. " " 1
" ATweirty'Via, "Bahls."'' "
"twas lo69er W a twenty year bat
lie with hroMc 'piW' and malignant
met, until I tried "Buckliaii's Arnica
Salve; "whit tnmod the tide,' by'curlng
both; tilt hot a tracd temai',.B,""wr'ites
A M.' 'Brut), of 'Fsrmvlllo; W'tSt-.tt
f,r (' 1 ITIftH, Ch"i, Bui ii;; and Wounds.
; "I wrote you for advice," writes Leila Hagood,
" of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible backache and
monthly ;pains i inmy abdomen and shoulders. I
Thad suffered this way nine years and five doctors
had faijecl to, relieve me. ' On your advice I aook
.; Wine of 5Trdui, which at once relieved my pains
.u&nd now I am entirely cured. I am sure that
Cardui saved my life' .U-s ': 'i-lyCry:',-: ,
,,I.t is a.ajfQ.and reliable remedy for all female.
diseases, such as peri-
m ty, dragging dQwn sen
.;,satio,ns, headache, diz
, ziness, . backache, etc.
At Every Drug store in
... T.he International MerantileMarine
Company, is preparjiig to build aix trans-
Acianyc liners to atw to its, present
fleet, according to an announcement
made by J. Bruce Ismay, president of
the company; who arrived from Eng
land jnto .New.Xorls.4fc.The new ves,3t,ls
will be completed in three years.
Ttur. Il, l3 WW lia nlK'SS
There, are-, still 87 oaseRof typhoiti
fever in Washington, D. C'.
'' ' ' Old Chronic Sorts.
' 'Ai a dressing for old chronic sorei
there is nothing 'so' good as Chamber
kin's Salvei" While tt is iiot adviaabl'
to, heal old sores entirely, ' they ' shpvi!
be kepjjn a good condition for whicl,
this salve is especially vaiuablo. Ftn
sa'e by Davis' Pharmacy and F. P.
Duffy. "" '
'Turkish' troops' are' repo.'trd to hav
destroyed many hduie'j in an;l kiliec
many persons- of Van, Tarki.ih Ar
nienia., ., ,,. . , .,,, ,, '''".-
William's Carbolic Salve W, th Arnica r,
X ' ;,.','l, Wltoh Hazol.. : .- .
The "best Salve in the world, for Cms,
Bruises, Sores, ' Ulcers," Salt kheiirn.
T, ttery Chapped' Hands,' and all' skiii
eruptions. . It is . guarantee ) ... to, tivu
satisfaction, or money refun ltd. Price
25c by druggists. ." u" '
WILLIAM M'FQ. CO Prof's.
Cleveland, 40. ' Sold by D. A. Iinvgrt,
" '-'Da RbV Nsgitc) Teur'fao'ls.
'any BeriougtlTSeases arise from neg
lectof the bowel .1 'ChamberlHinV
Stomach and Liver Tablets at e a pleas
ant and agreeable laxative- : Thy: in
vigorate the Ifver 'imd fegulafa' th
bowels.!, For sale by Davis'' larmacy
fnd.F. S,Dufly. ,...,,.,,
'''War 'secrelafy Hsldnno unnounced to
the House of "Cotrfm6rtS the British
.Government's plea for a more econo
niicaimjnibtfation of .the army.1 r
f lltFor, Jnfaats and, ChiMrea.. -
Tha Kind You Have Always Bougiil
Bears the "
11, t i.n.-r. i.iH-t.
t,,ln wiew of threats of a massacre,' it
is,,e,s.mate4 40,000 Jews fled from War
saw, Russian, Poland,,', on .j. Wednea-
day-' ' ."': , -
H. af i U... 11... Ii - n,jj
Bean it : , f m m m nm lw'"s mv"
V" r :
1 1 1 - 4
The estate left by John A Mc'CalI,"for
raer , President of the New York Life
Insurance u,Company,, .is appraised at
li.'l i'iilil.n.r, --,i..'-' M,.-.' ',
' ' , Cursd of Brlold'i Df9S.,.M-t'-r
.W RobertiO. Burke, .Elnora, 1N1 Y.,
writesj, "Before , ,I,starUg, . to use
Foley's 'Kidney Cure t..bad to.getup
fiom twelvi to ' twenty times a night,
and 'I was all bloated ' up. With dropsy
and, 1 my . eyesight was1 ao' impaired I
eoUjld,, acarfielyj sea ;one f: my fami'y
across the room., , I had given up. hope
of living, when a fmad- ecommen(ltd
Foley's Kidney, Cure..,, One SOceiit boti:
tie' worked wonders and -before I had
taken the third bottle, thq dropsy had
gone, as wel) as all other symptoms of.
rt.;i,4' ' j;,'.... .' si,i i, n .ui (
Pharmacy'.' ( ' 4 . v -:: - ' . ;
'". Judge7 iHargia,' on "the stand In the
Marcum murder case, denied nthat,, he
had knowledge ef any intention to kill
marcum. ; . , ,
,-,: ..l.lii:.!'. C'"' "-i.;".."
- ,(, ,,,i.,.,r i.i ,,o'n,tr. K.'.' '"" !'
. .. . v, of - J H U II I - -
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fotivotl ?Tomo" ft vn:::n:3
ITtEE ADVICE .
"'. Write u tetter describine all
your symptums, anl wa will send yot4
l-'ree Advice, In plain sealed envelop.
AJdrfss: Ladles' Advhury Department,
TheOi.iltanooKa Medicine Co.,Chatt
nofia,.Tenii , J1J
$1.00 bottles. Try It.'
' Though James Smith, coiored, stayed
under the waters, of' the Potomac 20
minutes before he was rescued, doctors
brought him back to life. ..'; ''
f Only 82 Year Old. , , ,.
. V'l am only 82 years old and don't ex
pect even when I get to be real , old to
feel that way as -long as I can get Elee
trio Bitters," says Mrs. E. H. Brunson,
of Dublin, Ga , Surely there's nothing
else keeps the old as young snd makes
the weak Btrong as this grand tonic
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, in- c
flamed kidneys or chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit
ters a reasonable time. ' Guaranteed by
all druggists Price 50c. ' - '
Marie Spiridonovo, who killed Chief
f Police I u::henofTsky, of Tambov, waa
yesterday Bent to Siberia with other
prisoners. Spectators at the railway
stat on bade her keep up a stout heart,
.0 which she replied. "Wc shall soon
,eback." ' .
' Savad Hit Comrade's Ills . ,,
"While returning . from the Grand
A rmy encampment at Washington City,
comrade from Elgin, 111., was taken
,'ith cholera morbus and was in a criti
.al ce ndition," says Mr.-J. K. Hough
land, of El Jon, Iowa. "I gave him
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy and believe saved his life,
I have been engaged for ten years in
nunuration work and conducted many
putbs tc the south and west. I al-A-avs
carry this remedy and have used
it fU'ftisfully "on many occasions."
Sold by Davis' Pharmacy and F. S.
Duffy. , - ' ' , -
The Ohio commissioners of the James
town Centennial have decided to repro
duce "Adena," the historic home of
Governor Worthington, at Chillicothe,
for the Ohio headquarters at the expo
sition. ' '
Doctors Said He Would Not Live
Peter Fry,- Woodruff, Pa.,' writes
"After doctoring for two years with -the
best physicians in Waynesburg,
mc! still getting worse, the doctors ad
vised me if 1 had any business to attend
to I had better attend to it at once, aa
I could not possibly live another month
as there was no cure for me. Foley 'a
Kidney Cure was - recommended to me
by a friend, and I immediately sent my
son to the store for it and after taking'
three bottles I began to get better and
continued to improve until 1 waa en-,
tirely well." Sold by Davis Pharmacy,
Business men-are organizing to ex
tend Washington's wholesale , buai-,
ness. - ,- . . .' .... .. .
Mrs. Leslie Carter Married Again. ;
Special to Journal -.. v(
Portsmouth, N. II., July 12. Mra. r
Leslie Carter, a 'few years ago one of
the most prominent actresses on they
t - . .
stage, was secretly married nere woay
to William L. Payne, also an actor.
. , ; . A Tragic Finish.
. A watchman's neglect permitted a
leak in the Great North Sea dyke, which
a childs finger could have stopped, to
become a ruinous break, devastating an
entire province of Holland. In like man
ner Kenneth Mclver, of Vanceoro, Me,,
permitted a little cold to go unnoticed
until U tragic finish was only averted by
Dr. King's New Discovery. He writes:
'Three doctors gave me up to die 01
lung inflammation, caused by a neg
leected cold; but Dr. King's New Dis
covery saved my. life.". Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure, at all drug
gists. '60c and$1.00. Trial Bottle
free. . .. ' ' ' "' ' ;
' ,r. ' m
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