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SCH08L HEALTH ANB
r V: CHILDREN EX0$URE
In the local columns tbe Journal baa
noted the bur decrease in attendance
at the Graded School, due te sickness.
Inhume, cities, complaints come of
poorly kept and ill ventilated school
rooms, causing sickness among pupils.
In this city, no auch complaint can be
et'up, aa the cause for the absenteeism
due; to illness of pupils. .
To the great percentage this year of
aick scholars must be attributed, the
abnormal, weather conditions which
have prevailed. Excessive heat and
humidity,, with continual rains and ex
treme changes, within a few hoars, of
temperature are enough to try tbe
most hearty and rugged child. And
yet with the abnormal weather con
titione which have and continue to pre
vail, have parents taken extra pre
cautions in looking after the outdoor
habits of their children? Some parents
may be indignant, If it was suggested,
that they should seek to keep their
children indoors, when the weather
was rainy. Or advise their children
to avoid over exercise and heat. It is
not necessary that children shall be
cooped .up to avoid rain or sunshine,
cold or heat, in order to be in good
health, but it is is necessary that care
shall be in aome measure exercised,
and specially so in such seasons as the
present, if children are to be kept from
It does not mean any hardship, or
personal restraint on a child's freedom,
if the child be taught to observe
weather conditions, and so learning be
kept practically immune from illness
that comes through ignorance r heed
lessness. Every child knows through
observation, that loss of limb or life,
and physical suffering, will be tbe re
sult if certain dangers are not avoided.
Rain or sunshine, look toe simple.
What if one has wet feet or clothes.
There is ne harm in lying in the sun
shine, or standing with cold feet for an
hour or two on wet ground. A cold is
easily cared, is the thought, but a
broken Gmb is different, and yet a cold
may be the quicker way to death, than
even a limb cut off.
There need be no abridgement in a
child's amusement, because it is taught
to observe weather, conditions, and so
avoid sickness. Rather there is the
better pleasure in life, for it is the
sound body which can best enjoy all
that 'can and should go into a child's
dally life. ,
IMMUNITY SEEKING CORPORATIONS
Many great corporations grown rich
through a high protective tariff, or
through special municipal and State
franchises, have become in their own
belief; ' to be immovable bodies. So far
as laws or public opinion was concerned,
these were unimportant to these corpo
rations. The created corporation, was
in its own opinion, greater than the
feres or body, .the people, which was its
creator. YYY ' -'
The Standard Oil Company has held
itself as one of these immovable bod
ies. But wheat jury m Onto a few
days ago, found this corporation guilty
of conspiracy in restraint of trade, it
realized that it was subject te the law.
Now It is reported that tbe Standard
Oil Company proposes "to immunize
itself under foreign statutes." That
is, take up an ostensible business rest
denes in England, and so escape the
American "persecution," which refus
es to recognize this company as being
too sacred, therefore not amenable to
law. But law and order prevail ss pub
lic opinion enforce them, and removal
from one state to another, or from one
country to another, will not give any
corporation the defiant freedom to act
t oty a power in Itself. .
! ' .' -y i .'.'.. J companies in this conn
! : t t t out"T-!'y, ss te Ciand
- ' ' r ' -y, fYrg ts itrrovY's
, ; . ' '.i t' Y, are j.e-
pared to take the foreign . position
stand, when suit is brought against
them. In one state there may be more
favorable laws or local conditions for
a railroad, than in another, so it pleads 1
"foreign corporation," and the person
seeking redress, must lessen and weak
en his position, if he wants to continue
the case. But there are enough people
who will not be deterred by any but an
absolute barrier, and will often hammer
the seemingly impossible obstacles
down, in order to give righteous re
dress from wrongs committed against
them by corporations. An 1 the public
are encouraged by such individual acts,
and public opinion is aroused to form a
solid front, and force the offending
corporation to live up to the letter and
spirit of the law, aa though it was an
It may appear that money in suffic
ient amount can gain an immunity from
any misdemeanor or crime. It may in
some cases, but there is a public hon
esty which refuses to accept the bribe,
or can see in a money payment the just
offset and equivalent for violation of
the law. There may seem the possi
bility of immunity from the law's force
by removal or money buying silence?
But it is precarious and hazardous.
The only safety is obedience to law, for
in the law'a observance is found im
TARIFF REVISION PER
In all the discussion on tariff revis
ion, which simply means subsidizing
special trust interests, the only propo
sition offered is to have a tariff revis
ion, when those who are enjoying
tariff protection shall no longe ask it !
And when is any well protected manu
facturer going to seek political assist
ance, to deprive him of the fat extras,
that the tariff let's him enjoy?
If it had not been for the sufferers,
the consumers, of highly protected
manufacturers, who' unable to stand
the strain in way of excessive cost,
openly revolting and threatening the
complete overthrow of the entire tariff
system there would never have been
any tariff revision. The once called
"infant industries" were grown and
strong, but the good which gave them
such tremendous growth was still to
their liking, and the consumer has
been appealed to year after year, to
stand by the laboring man, and not put
down the splendid tariff wall, which
only stood between the American labor
er, and the millions of laborers of for
eign countries whose pay was far be
low the Americans labor worth. And
yet the American laborer at the same
time was paying the cost, in the high
price which every tariff protected ar
ticle he had to buy for personal use or
consumption. The laborer who is de
ceived by tbe tariff logic of the trusts,
must blame his own ignorance, and
work on, paying the cost -
And yet more tariff reductions
are wanted and demanded. To this is
set up the plea, that those who seek
tariff revision, do not know what they
ask, that the friends of tariff, namely,
beneficiaries, know best when revision
will be a good thing, and will then take
the work of revision upon themselves.
Is there any period at which tariff
beneficiaries are going to throw away
this good thing? The past has been no
such time. And today, tariff revision
will only come through the public de
mand, and a united effort of those who
are paying millions into the trusts,
getting together and facing down and
out, the tariff whfch has made and is
continuing in power, the great trusts
of this country, to the. destruction of
all individual effort, and attempts at
Y Ts Care A CeM ts Oa Bay. '
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to
core E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box, 26c.
It is the bait that lures, not the fish
erman or the rod. From the Spanish.
pThe Hind Ton Hgw always Batftf
A gude tellow is a costly name.
Scotch. . YvvY
We offer On Hundred Dollars Re
ward to any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, .
f P. I. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfect honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by his
Walcing, Rinnan 4 Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Ctarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, acUcg directly upoa the blood
and rcueoua surfaces of the system.
TYYjwv 's sent free Price 73 cents
r rl ' u fald ly all drur-'ots.
TYsl Yl'sIYrjy Fills for constl-
Man tat . '";
fo Kmnov Freckles ft Pimpla
rate am, aiuw
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i ore Mi akla vtu deu, aoti. haaltur
and baantlfai. No poaiDl fcaria w mult
troa Ita ua U oauu and 1M bf laadli
ttra iiiaai or H&ll.
UTIONAL TWltl COMPANY Paris. Tat
Sold in New Bern by Bradham'a
Pharmacy and other Leading Druggist
Mill Point ; v t
A severe storm visited our place yes
terday, the wind blew and the rain
caute down in torrents nearly all day,
the tide waa the highest, we have had
for many years, the storm did great
damage to cotton.
We are having some sickness in our
neighborhood now, hope all will soon
be well again.
Miss Bessie Smith is very sick again,
we hope she will soon be on the road
Mr. R R Gamer waa called
to Newport this morning to the bed
side of his sick mother.
Capt. J. R. Smith left here on the
morning before the storm for New
Bern with a load of cotton.
Mrs. Meadows and son Joby are vis
iting her daughter. Mrs. Annie Smith.
Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Taylor were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie,
Messrs. Mack Norris, Graham Wig
gins and Daisy Lilly were visitors in
our midst this week.
Messrs. E. B. Moore4 and C. W.
Smith are soon going to move to their
new homes at a place called Paradise,
formerly known as BellB Bay.
' Mr. Charles Whitford, of Vanceboro,
waa in our berg last week trying to buy
Has Stood tht Tstt 25 Ysart.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No pay.
We have been having winter of late,
"Jack Frost" came early this year.
Some of our people are at Jackson
ville this week attending court.
Several visitors attended services
Miss Casaie Eubank spent Sunday
afternoon with Miss Sidney Iliggins.
Mrs Annie Garner and children are
visiting Mrs Garner's parents 1 ere this
Miss Etta Smith returned Saturday
from a few weeks visit to relatives at
Miss Sidney Higgins spent a few
days at Deppe last week.
Mr N K Eubank and family spent
Sunday with the family of Mr Rollie
Mr Willie Higgins of Olivers spent
Sunday at home, accompanied by Miss
Ella Harrell of Trenton.
We are glad to note that the health
of Mrs Gillette, who has been very sick
ia much improved.
A CusrinUtf Cars Far Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. '
' Bairdf Creek
Tbe weather ia fine for cotton pick
ing now but owing to the scarcity of
pickers in our place you can find nearly
all the fields white.
Mr A C Brinson is preparing to re
model his dwelling house.
Mr W R Harper has moved his fam
ily from this place out on the sand hill
for their health,
Mr J P Willis is fixing to protect his
stock from the winter's chilly winds
and snow by means of a new stock
house." -"j r:-,'.
" Election day is coming on and it is
not hard to learn who nioit every one
thinks would make the best officer. '.
i. Messrs Seth Willis and Will Cuthrell
spent Sunday, evening around about
Arapahoe, we suppose with an eye to
ward tome of the opposite sex.
The sharpie Ruth Watson under com
mand of Capt. Brinson loaded with bale
cotton and other produce left Monday
for New Bern market, Y,
Jack Frost visited our section last
week, we hope it may be an addition to
the people's health which has been
very poor all the summer.
We have two cases of diphtheria
around here now. Thoa. Brinson's old
est child, and Jno Brinson's child, Dr.
Dees is attending them. We hope they
will soon recover. V
We notice that Mr J E Reel the lead
ing merchant of this place has prepared
for the cold north westers this winter
by filling his yard with nice oak wood.
. Thsy Make Yes Feel Coed.
The Dleaaant nureative effect exna.
rlencedbyall who use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the
healthy condition of the bodv and mind
which they create makes one feel joy
ful Price 25 cents. Samples free at
the Devis Tharmacy and F. S. Duffy's
f.-J DOG. CHUTES KOC.
Charges Through the Streets
1 of Raleigh Biting and Snap
ping at Animals and Men.
Y Killed After a Chase.
Raleigh Oct 23rd For a couple of
hours here last night there was no end
to excitement about the wild rush of a
mad dog, a large spotted hound through
some of the principal atreets. So far
as ia now known he bit five men and
a boy. He waa ehased all night and
the police were notified this morning
that soma boys in the suburbs had
killed him' with a pitchfork. Several
other dogs were shot during the search
for the mad dog. This morning all six
of the persona bit were treated by a
physician. One of them, the twelve
year old boy is badly bitten in the arm.
He waa oa his way home with aome
bundles for his mother, waa attacked
and bitten while on Fayetteville street,
in front ot the post office. John King,
a fireman on tbe Raleigh and Southport
road, was the first man attacked, and
he waa bitten in the thigh. The doc
tor gave tbe patients anti-serum and
cauterized the wounds. He said no bad
developments had been noticed but of
course it could not be told what might
happen. Several dogs were bitten and
the doctor notified the authorities that
these ought to be killed at once.
Snpreme Court Opinions
Special to Journal:
Raleigh, N. C. Oct 23. The Supreme
Court filed the following opinions to
day: Lumber Co. vs Cedar Co. from Dare,
State vs Cantwell, New Hanover, af
firmed. Hatcher vs Faison, from Duplin, af
Dewey vs Railway, Wayne, affirm
ed. McCoy vs Railroad, Brunswick, er
ror. Yarborovs Banking Co., Cumber
Perry vs Hackney, Chatham, affirm
ed. Cherry vs Power Co., Chatham, af
firmed in both appeals.
Wall vs Wall, from Anson, affirm
ed. McKethan vs Blue, Moore, revers
Ledbetter vs Cotton Seed Co., Rich
mond, per curiam, affirmed.
State vs Hough, Anson, per curiam,
affirmed. i 'j' ; '.: Y
Rowel vs Little, Unijn, per curiam,
State vs Scott, Union, per curiam,
State vs Little, Anson, per curiam,
Dwii vs Railroad, Tyrrell, per cu
riam, afflmed. -
Hobgood va Match Co., Guilford, dis
missed under rule 17.
Trust Co vi Benbow, Guilford, dis
missed under rule 17.
Trust Co. va Battle, Guilford, dis
missed under rule 17.
Appeals from 11th District will not
be called before Wednesday November
7th, the day after election.
Davit Pharmacy Successful.
After a great deal of effort and cor
respondence the Davis Pharmacy has
succeeded in getting the Dr. Howard
Co. to make f apec'.al half-price intro
ductory offer oa the regular fifty cent
size of their celebrated specific for the
cure of constipation and dyspepsia.
This medicine is a recent discovery
for the cure of all disease of the stom
ach and bowels. It not only gives quick
relief, but it makes permanent cures.
Dr. Howard's Specific haa been so
remarkably successful in curing consti
pation, dyspepsia and all liver troubles,
that the Davis Pharmwy ia willing to
return the price paid in every case
where it does not give relief. '
Headaches, coated tongue, dizziness,
gas on stomach, specks before the eyes,
constipation, and all forms of liver and
stomach trouble are soon cored by this
So great is the demand for this spe
cific, that , the Davis Pharmacy haa
been able to secure only a limited sup
ply, and every one who ia troubled with
dyspepsia, constipation . or liver trou
ble ahould call at tbe Davis Pharmacy
at once, or send 25 cents, and get six
doses of the best medicine ever made,
oa this special half price offer with
their personal guarantee to refund the
money if it does not cure. ,
Bandits held the inhabitants of a
North Dakota town at bay while they
blew open the safe and carried off K-
600.." 1 : , ,
Dasftf ft U Plages,
- There's grave danger from the pla
gue of coughs and colda that are so pre
valent, unless you take Dr King's New
Discovery, for . consumption, coughs
and colda. Mr Geo Walls, of Forest
City, Me, writes: "It's a Godsend to
people living in elimatea where coughs
and colds prevail I find it quickly ends
them.' It prevents pneumonia, cures
LaGrippe, give wonderful relief in
Asthma and Hay Fever, and makes
weak lungs strong enough to ward off
consumption, corahs and coiJs. 60c and
11.00. Cuamr.teed by all drug stores.
Trial bottle ftee.
FEDERAL COURT CONVENES.
The Regular FallTerm of the
U. S. District and lircnit
Courts Xow in Ses-
' ;-- gion. - '
The regular fall term of .the U. S.
Court -convened yesterday with the
usual formalities. The officers weru:
Judge, the Hon, Thos R. Purnell. Dis
trict Attorney, Harry Skinner, J. H.
Giles, U. S. Marshal Claudius Dockery,
Deputy U. S: Marshal, R. WVard;
J. T. Sharp, Aid court cryer, Edgar
Bryan, Clerk of Court, George Green;
bailiff J. W. Smallwood, J. S. Basnight
foreman of Grand Jury!
Numerous cases were continued. In
the case of U. S. vs Charles Flowers,
John Reid and Arthur Midyett.,; Com
missioners of Pamlico county, D. L.
Ward appearing for the defendants
stated that they had satisfied tbe order
of the last court; F, D. Perry witness 1
for the prosecution also making the j
same statement t The original penalty
fine of 500 and costs was assessed, , !
U. S. vs Henry Fulcher, of Carteret
county. In view of the physical and
mental condition of the defendant, the
latter was required to pay a fine of
$100 and costs.
U. S. vs James M. Harrison; defend
ant pleads guilty. ' Judgment suspend
ed on payment of costs, special, tax
U. S. vs Provideace Bryant, defend
ant dead, action abates.
U. S. vs Albert Reece, retailing
spirituous liquors without payment of
special tax, not guilty. '
Case of U. S. vs Schooner Eva D.
Rose set for hearing Thursday.
U. S. vs Samuel Blackledge, Craven
county, retailing spirituous liquors
without payment of special tax, not
U. S vs George B. Hudler, Duplin
county, defendant waived trial by jury,
was found guilty and sentenced to pay
$100 fine and costs.
A Christian is God Almighty's gentle
man T. C. Hare,
WILUAKS' KIDNEY PILLS. -
Have you neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with yJur Kd
neys and Bladder? Have vou Dams in
the loins, side, back, groins and blad
der? Have you a flabby appearand of
the ftice, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent desire to pass urine? If
so William s Kidney nils will cure you.
Sample Free. By mail 60 ceUa. Sold
by Druggists. -
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.,
Cleveland. O. Sold by D. A. Harget
'Tig clemency makes the absolute con
results from chronic constipation, which
is quickly cured by Dr King's New Life
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from the system and infuse new life
and vigor: cure sour stomach, nausia,
headache, dizziness and colic, without
griping or discomfort 25c, guaranteed
by all druggists.
The most faulty are most prone to
find fault From the German.
A Badly Burn Girl
or boy, man or woman, Ss quickly out
of pain if Bucklen'a Arnica ralve is ap
plied promptly. G J Welch, of Tekon
she, Mich, Bays: "I use it in my family
for cuts, sor es and all skin injuries, and
find it perfect" Quickest Pile cure
known, best healing salve made. 25c
at all druggists.
' Never ask a favor of a man until he
has had his dinner. Punch.
- a Yonng Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her, unsil six months ago, when
she began taking . Electric ,, Bitters,
which have completely cured her and
restored Ihe strength and activity she
had in the prime of . life," writes Mrs
W L Gilpatrick. of Danforth, Me.
Greatest restorative medicine on the
globe. .Sets stomach, iivarandkidneya
right, purifies the blood, and cures ma
laria, billiousnesa and weakness. Won
derful nerve tonic, .Price 60c Guaran
teed by all drug stores. U
A valise in which a wealthy' Ohio
man was carrying $48,000 in negotiable
bonds disappeared, but was recovered
and a railroad fireman was arrested. '
Jnti, t lie m iw nan im pongn
lie Kiu tw Haw kmn BoojW
' Fear shame,- Motto of the Duke of
Portland. Y i
How to Curs a Cold, j :
The'question of how to cure a cold
without unnecessary loss of time is one
in which we are all more or leas inter
ested, for the quicker a cold is gotten
rid of the less the. danger of pneumo
nia and other serious diseases. Mr. B.
W. L Hall, of Waverly, Va., has used
Chamberlain'e Cough Remedy for years
and says: "I firmly believe Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely
the best preparation on the market for
colds. I have recommended it to my
frienJs and they all agree with me."
For sail by Davis Tharmary in1 F. S.
tflie Kind Yoa nave Always
ta use for over 30 Tears,
a i a I
. Y All Counterfeits, imitation and Just-an-good" are ba
l Kxperimeata that rin wja hnd endanger thct health ot
' TfM ChU4rej-?!perleace against Experiment'
. i tl m Mm. - A.
M Whnti O! CASTOR A
J Castoria Is a harmless aubstltute for Castor Oil, Pare)-!
? s . MJtvym auii iBuuuuuir oj rups, in m I'loosant It,
' j contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic 1
1 5 anbatanee, Ita age ia Ita guarantee. It destroy Worma!
f i and allays Feverlsbness. It cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind!
1 1 Cone. It relieve Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
I ? euid Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
I Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep;
i The ChlldreQ'a Panacea-The Mother's Friend. ' j
r J Mil : Z S J s J7 . r
He KM You Hare Always MW
In Use For OverO YearW 1
J. A. JONES,
UVERY: FEED. SALE O
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" Largest and Finest Stock of Horses
Bern. A CAR LOAD of each Just
Wagons, Harness, Robes, Whips, Cart Wheels. &c. 1 " k
J. A. J O N E S,
BROAD ST. PROPRIETOR. MEW BERN.'N. C
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L G. DANIELS'
Hew Lot Horses
Also Buegies, Wagons, Har-'
neas and Saddlery of all kinds.
1 Would do city livery. Good
Rigs at Reasonable rates. ......
L. G. DANIELS
" HE.DS HE JJSt F03
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Xll'B GLARAMKE Buy a roll ot faroid, open it, examine It, sp-
. ply it to your roof, and then if you are not' satisfied that you'
have the best ready roofing on the market, send us your name '
' ' " and address, and we will send you a check for the full amount
. - you have paid for the roofing, including the cost of applying it
Gactill Hat dvat c Comp'ye
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Bought, and ivhich has feeenf "
but borne the. slnttnMa'A
lias been mauo under Lis per- $
supervision, since It infancy.
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