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TBE UM JOURNAL
EitbU'"J 1878. .
Pub Uheil in Two Soctlon,eerjr Tues
ity trnl Friday, i Journal Building, M-
CO Crvn .Street.
"HARLK U STEVEN
PITOR tWO PBOnBTO.
Two Monthi,.,..... 35CenW
Three Months, "
Six Months ..60
T wdTe Months,
ONLY IN ADVANUK,
Official Paper of New Bern ana graven
Advertising rates furnished npon ap
plication at the olUco, or upon inquiry
IVThB Joubi. ib only sent on pity-t-adTance
basis. Subscribe; will
receive notice of expiration of thoir mU
tcriptlons and an immediate response to
notice w-l t.a appreciated r 'ie
tiered at the Posto'iice, New Ttern
0, a wnn,l-',!aR mutter.
New Bern, N. C, November 20, 1906.
DISCONTINUANCE OF EASTERN
CAROLINA WATER ROUTES.
The report, which has every evidence
of being trustworthy, tli.it the line of
iteamers now running between this city,
Oriental and Elizabeth City, will be
discontinued when the Raleigh & Pam
lico Sound Railroad begins operations,
is a matter of serious importance to the
places where this lino of steameis now
run and do business. The disconlinu
ance of these river and sound steamers,
if they are withdrawn, wil! mark a
change in the passenger and freight
trade, that cannot hut work commer
cial hardships to many trade and busi
ness interests of this section. The fact
that the interests which have bought up
timber lands, saw mills and railroads in
Eastern Carolina, also control the a earn
boats which run in the rivers and sounds
of this same section, will in no way
lessen the hardship. While the extend
ed railroad lines will be able to develop
a good deal of country, an I prove of
great help to agricultural and industri
al interests, there is also the need of
lines of steamboats which shall touch
at river and sound points for passen
gers and freight.
However, railroads may appear to
cover territory, and give attention to
carrying trade interests, they seldom
meet the full trade demands. Public
attention in Northern states is turning
to the need of artificial waterways,
wheie the natural water routes
cannot be found. The people of
New York have agreed to spend
about $100, 000,000 upon widening and
deepening the Eric canal, thus opening
up of a water route for large craft
from Duluth to tide water. The Pana
ma canal, with its $2511,1)00,1)01) cost, is
another example of what the people are
willing to pay for water ways for com
merce. It is often given as the reason for
doing away with steamers between
New Bern and Elizabeth City, that
there are shoal places between the two
cities. If there are, and they interfere,
they can be removed. This is not the
only water route with shoal places, that
have been removed, and navigation
made better. If the railroad plans arc
carried out, as reported, New Bern,
Oriental, Washington, Elizabeth City,
and other river points, besides those on
l- the Sounds, will have no regular boat
or any kind of communication by water.
There is a great deal of trade that a
boat service might develop, locally, be
V aides the regular through trade ship
menta. Even with the present boat
service, merchants are delayed in get
ting freight. How is it to be possible
; that a railroad, which must be gotten
1 WW nutJU uruer, uciuru it uuu uu us
fair service, is going to handle the
business that this section now offers?
7 It is to be hoped fo the commercial
interests of this section, that the
steamboat service will not be with
drawn, bat increased.
DEMAND FUR VAGRANT
The case of the negro Harris at Ashe
' villa, with the horrors of his killing
five men, and the hunt for the murder
er, and his death, makes emphatic the
demand for the strict enforcement of
" ' the vagrant law in North Carolina. The
enforcement of this la w will come nearer
than anything else to the solution of
the negro question, for it will separate
lHthe colored citizen who works, who
owns property, and is settled in
a home, from the fellows of his race
who are idlers, thieves and vagrants,
- and not fasten upon the ordorly negro,
the sins of every rascally negro, who
eeni to uvo n me oi crime.
" Observing the vagrant law by the of
I'm - - i"
Ccials of every town an.) city, would
make impossible such a character as
tbs Asheville negro. According to re-
parts, this negro Harris, comes to the
f ' y, with gun over lis shoulder, and
inarches about the' streets as though he
was in the woods, seeking game. It
took very little to start the chain of
horrors, which was ended by the death
The moral does not need to be point
ed at Asheville. It can be applied to al
most any town or city in the State,
where the authorities do not enforce
the vagrant law. Is every strange col
ored man known, and his time account
ed for? If without work, and a hanger
around the streets, how many hours
is such conduct going to be permitted '!
It is up to the authorities of every town
to know strangers, and particularly
those who have no visible means of sup
port One of two things should be giv
en them to decide, leave at once or go
to work, the only alternative being, in
case of refusal, arrest and forcible la
bor thrust upon them.
It is through the idlers that crime
comes. The worker has no time to
think of crime, to seek mischief and
plot against the community. Times are
prosperous, but not so to warrant li
cence to idelers anil vagrants. Some
one has to psy the cost of tfie idlers'
support, and this cost is added to win e,
the idler becomes a depredator and
criminal "The strict and impartial en
forcement of the vagrant law will soon
scatter the idle class, either to other
states, or to a good working posit ion on
DUTIES OF BETTERMENT LEAGUES
If the Journal may be permitted to
criticise, it would say, knowing the rea
sons which prompted the organization
of the local league, called Law and ( r
der League, that the name is a misno
mer, when the actual duties of the
league are considered. The conception
of some citizens on hearing the name,
is that the purposes of the organiza
tion are those of a vigilance commit tee.
the members being in duty bound to
act as spies and detectives, to look af
ter the enforcement of all city ordi
nances, to report violations of same,
and to look after disorderly persons up
on the streets.
This would be the careless, first im
pression, judging from the name. Itut
logically, it is hardly to be supposed
that fifty or one hundred or more citi
zens are going to band themselves to
gether for such purjMises. These are
purely the functions of the city author
ities, the looking after the rr.ainten
ance of law and order. The purposes
of the league have greater and
greater intentions than doing de
tective service for there are mat ters of
local betterment that call for the best
efforts of this local league.
Local betterment leagues, whatever
name they may take, are not new or
ganizations in this country, for all
progressive cities have established
them. Perhaps local politi al anuses,
which are certain to grow out of the
continued municipal control of any polil
ical organization, have caused many mil
municipal leagues to be formed. Political
control does not necessarily mean good lo
cal government, no matter how much the
party may pride itself on its own re
spectability. Any continueil olliee
holding by any political organization is
sure to develop a set of perennial olliee
holders, who cone to regard the ollices
they hold as personal property, and
themselves as no subjects for criticism
In making greater cities, commer
cially and industrially, socially anil
moraily, a local league of business men
can, if they will consistently work to
gether, effect wonderful improvements..
No local board of councilmcn, have ever
been so thoroughly equipped and up to
date, that they could not be greatly
helped by an active and intelligent local
league of citizens. Not a month passes,
but some matter of vital concern to
business interests or tax payers, will
come up, calling for adjustment through
a local league. If no local league exists,
the matter may be juggled along
through the municipal authorities, but
the effective force of a local league,
only, will get the best results.
In the establishment of the local
league in this city, there should be a
hearty and spontaneous joining of every
citizen. It is not for politics or detec
tive duty, that the league is organized.
It is for every local betterment, that
wise and patriotic .citizens may see
needed, and a strong effort to secure
and maintain the betterment. There
is every reason for a large membership,
for the greater the membership, the
easier and greater the accomplishment,
if locaj betterments'.
N Cats 61 Pftstimsnla or Rtcord.
We do not know of a single instance
where a cough or cold resulted in pneu
monia or consumption when Foley's
Honey and Tar had been taken. It
cures coughs and colds perfectly, so do
not take chances with some unknown
preparation which may contain oplaten,
which cause constipation, a condition
that retards recovery from a cold. Ask
for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuso
any substitute offered. For salo by
Davis Pharmacy . v '
COMPLICATIONS MAY ARISE
OvtT Hit' (liK'stion of Hie He
wn nl tor Will Harris ami.
(lie Doubt oi His luViir
Raleigh, Nov. 10. -Quite an interest
ing question may ariso in regard to the
State's reward of $100 for the negro
murderer said to he Will 11 -'rri.i, who
way killed at. Asheville yesterday. The
Private Saeret-iry said this morning
that there had n.'ver been a case of the
kind and ih.il h- did imiI. KLi.a.v what
would lie ditue in the mill d r. li is p.-e-siimed
that if a demand is made for
the reward the juesiion will be laid be
fore tin Attorney Cener.d for his opin
ion. The Pool Tournament.
There w .iri quite a number of the d -votee:.
ol the ivory a' toe pool tourna
ment in Elk:- club last ra. 'it The con
tent ivv; 15 ld I -:i:ne and the tourna
ment w interesting throughout. The
followuii; vent lemon w'-'tv winners id
prizes in their respective classes:
I-1 class. S.ini It l-aiton. :Uil .la"..-'.,
!v II. P. ani-ert. ::r.l ela:s, 1.. ('. la'.r
loot. lib class. I. l! il.uiiels.
To Ohio A Cold in Ono Day.
Take l.aative ItrumoQiiminoTablet.s
Uruggists refund tommy if it f .! In
cure T W. lirmoV signature i. on
each box. 25c.
If You Own a Dog. Pay the Tax.
The mayor's court is ipiite busy at
present set ( lirTt; up the dog ta; mutter
ami there is a question in -om- p-'fts
whether tin1 dog is worth theli.
However, the police drag net has bc-n
over the city anil arrested every per... i:
who owns or h irbors a canine. To
day of gnti-e in winch the l:ixi-p..-nhle
has passed and in addition ' I la-
tax there are the cnsls to p iy. I on.-.
Iiiontlv it would h;iv been better had
the lax been par I beloi e. I acre v.e: i
15 persons iili-i uigiiieiil oil thi ciiy c
for yesterday by I heir ne-.-lec:.
.lulia Ann Cobb was disorderly and
paid one dollar ami costs anieiail .e.- in
A Guaranteed Cure For I'Hcs
Itching, Khnd. lilei-ding, Prot runing.
Piles. Jtrurgi.-ls are ant hm i, ed to i .
fund money if PAM nl.NTMI-iNT I'.ie
to euro in ii to 1 I ,l;is ;.Oc.
Victim ol Mail Cal s Bile.
Kinston Free Press Nov. It'.:
Today about, t he noon b mr Miss I li left
Palmer, the young daughter of the lute
)r. Palmer. l' i look. r!on, wisbi'ien
by i cat that had run i.iad. She was
immediately broiii'ht to K uu I on and w ill
bo taken to Kichinond tonight 'or treat
Several weeks ago ill - cat was bitten
by :: dog that n i" knew to be alll.ct-
eil with hydrophobia. The dog lias .since
died, and until todav Ihe i-at had s' own
no signs of t he rabies Hesi.les bit ing
tin' child today the mad at bit a puppy
which with the cat, has since been kill
ed. The new Pure f ood and Drug Law
willl mark it on the label of every cough
cure containing opium, cloroform, tu
nny other slupifying or poisonous drug.
Hut it passes Dr. Slump's Cough Cure
as made for l!0 years, entirely free. Dr.
Shihip all along has bitterly opposed
the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr.
Slump's Cough 1'iire is absolutely safe
even for the youngest babe anil it
cures, if does not simply suppi ess. (let
a safe and reliable Cough Cure, by
simply insisting on having Dr. Slump's.
Let the law be your projection. We
cheerfully recommend and sell it K.
S. l ulfv.
A Fine Showing.
The New Hern Hanking and Trust
Company is now two months old having
opened for business Sept. 15th It has
deposits of 157.UiW.-17 nnd total assets
That the bank is growing in favor
and strength is very plain lo all who
will examine its excellent statement up
pearing in this issue.
Wade Nappy lor Life.
Croat happiness cann into the home
of S C lilair, school superintendent, at
St. Alhins, W. Va., when his little
daughter was restored from the dread
ful complaint he names. He saysr "My
little (laughter had St. Vitus' Dance,
which yielded to no treatment but. grew
steadily worse until as a last ref.ort we
tried Electric Illttors; and I rejoice to
say, three bottles effected a complete
cure. "Quick, sure euro for nervous
complaints, general debility, female
weaknesses, impoverished blood and
malaria. Guaranteed by all druggist.
Price 50c. .
The primrose and the lilly of tho val
ley will stand the shade of trees belter
than most other ilourers.
. A Ytar of Blood.
the year 1903 will king be rememb
ered in the home of F. N.vTacket, of
Alliance, Ky., as ajtear of blood; which
flowed so copiously from Mr. Tacket'n
lungs that death seemed very near. He
writes; "Severe bleeding from the
lungs and a frightful cough had brought
me at death's door, when I began lak
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, with tho astonishing ' result
that after taking four bottles 1 was
completely restored and as 'time has
proven permanently cured." ' Hunr-
nnteed for sore lungs, cougha and colds.
For siilo at all drug stores. Frice. 5(lcU
I and fl.OO. Trial bottlo free.
rr 'ti ti: K'.y ,, ;fsi? " .'
MA DIN OLA
JL 7K1- &4iZ(jUM ED BEAUTIFIED,
Kuijtay ;uivri:-fl and sold r Suiiuota.i
tions, !. .
' Price :
l-U; if II ,
,1 ivl ilMMWy
p'l' , col'ar
L. .ivcs the
r. f.'.r,-; the
' ..il aiing
'.'u Mcd bv
i' , Tffnu.
New Horn by
i ud other l.eadia;
PI ins fur Mclvpr Day
Ho:., i V loyner has i sued the fol
lowing circular letter
sup. r:n! oii.leiits urgin
adopi mg orne el' the ;
have been iirevi ncd,
In the e aniiy
i.'geiil ion i that
made in" ailopt-
Noilh.C.aiolin t 1 lay will lie celebra
ted in the public school.-; December 1 1th.
The subjei I fur study will be the life,
characl. r. teachings and servi -e.s of
Charles l. M. lv.-r. a :ire distri
buting from the oil; e as rapidly as pos
sible the i t i phlets containing the pro
gram, i ."I may expect yours in a few-day-;.
Iha by dislribr.'e them promptly
to al! your i-ublii s Imols. The law re
M in - ilia , ch-bratioi, -if North Carolina
1 lay in . i iihlir ,-chool. I! t he
duly of . very superintendent to n quire
ev ry Jin
ol i.-ach.-r lo obey that
lea... a. the ceialc.a
ilace ..'1 1 'eeember 1 '.,
req tire all ..i-'uoois
t ton c.ta: .
"a all the
failing le i
soiaa otl ,
I'ie ase u
ch 'iiri n a:
that d iy t" appoint
i early as possible
your teachers t" urge the
ni pal, mis to make a liberal
coiitrilmtion on t li
t!) Mi lval Mi ca,
-.h ,11 coiili f nl '' .
Slipel ill' i II : '' I a
d y appointed lor
rial Statue I'llfid. 1
i-vpiv-t every county
a North Carolina to
ersonal interest in the
ii o No'ih Carolina
uu' schools and in se
eiit i ibiil ion from the
and teachers to this
I ake an li.
! lay in all
curing a h
Mr. (i,.ri. .- 1.. Van Noppen. pub
bailor of the :i..i'nipbk.d History of
North Carolina, has kindly donated lo
the Memorial l and one 1 housaud excel
lent stwl engravings of Dr Mclver. 1
will send one copy o tiiis engraving
free to each of ti " ten public schools in
each county making the largest contri
bution on North Carolina Day to the
fund: Provided, tiia' i he picture will not
be sent to any school contributing leas
than $J oo Ple;c'C make this offer
known to all your lea. hers Please havt
this letter and tbi-i propositi m pub
lished in all your . o uniy papers."
Very truly yours,
.i'. v. .ioynki:,
,- iip't. Pub. Instinct ion.
Kiliiiiisnpss ninl Copst patiun.
f or vi .u s 1 was troubled with billious
ness and constipation, which made life
iniserahle for ne-. My appoHle failed
me. 1 lo.t my aai.illo'ce an. I vitality.
Pepsin preparation! and cathartics only
ma In matters worse. 1 do not know
where I shoulrhh ivi: been ,ttlay hail I
not tried Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. The tablets relievo the
ill feeling at once, strengthen the di
gestive functions, helping the system
to do its work naturally. -Mrs Kosa
Potts, llirminghaiii, Ala. Tffesi; tali-
lots nro for sale by Davis' Pharmacy
and F S Duffy
Justin McCarthy, the hintoriari nnd
ex-leador of the Irish party, is now liV'
ing in retirement at Wcslgate-on-Sea.
McCarthy is still busy, hut his night has
be come greatly impaired.
Had t Close Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant ul
cer, as large ,as my hand, from my
daughter's hip, wasprcvented by the
application of Uucklen'a Arnica Salve,
savs A C Stickel,' flf Miletus, W. Vn,
"Persistent use of the Salve completely
rured it." Cures cuts, burns and inju-
ics. ZTk; at all drug atores.
Your clothes may illy becomo you,
even when they wear well.
A Rtllablt Remedy lor Croup.
Mrs S Rosinthal,' of Turner, Mich.,
says: "We have used Chamberlain's
Cough Meilicine for ourselves and chil
drtn for several years and like it very
much. I think it is tho only remedy
for croup and can highly recommend
it." For sale by Davis Pharmacy and
F. S. Duffy.
The mtiltrplication table furnishes the
rJiipil with food for thought.
HOLLISTER'S ' '
Hcskv fountain Tea Kuggefs
A Bu! Mwticlm for Bm PDl.
Brlnnl QotdMi Hualtti and Hd Vltor.
A aiwlllo for Consltrilnn, Inillwstiim, T,!vir
!nl Ki.liiiiy ti-oul.lu,. 1 iineli'S, la-.i !nn. InilHird
l:i.i.. llnU lircutli, Sliiciii'-ii imw. W. ilemlm-hn
mil lliwkrh. lui llncky MumHnin Ti n In fcil
l.i fiiun, -a oimi'.s !". K-ii'.i.o UKvix hi
liOI.UN'lltK lJBIH) filMCANr. MultsOD. W .
COLDEN NUGOf-TS FUH SALf Vi PC0IJU
DISPENSARY'S BUSY DAY.
I'irt us Causes n Trunsfrr
of Stirits. (ht i' Sl,r0)
(Special Correspondence ) ...T
, Kaleigh, Nov 1(!-The roreipU at the
dispensary yea.lerday, circin day. were
jl,('7S. Only. I wo or three drunken per
sons were noticed. Thc-ie w!as u sniall
light at the Pair grennds nvwhich two
or three Hah igh characters Figured,
but nolxidy Wal! hurt worth speaking
of. There were 0.OUU persons at Ihe
circus at Ihe tilteiaiuori performance
and only almut a third of that number
at night because of the cold rain which
set in. The i ir .-us went to Henderson,
thence to Norfolk, and ends its season
Uii-lunond. A doi-.en or more railway
men. representing Ihe various roads
north and west were here today to fol
low t he circus and get. the handling of
the business, that it has in the trans
portation of more than 1,200 performers
J E Latham's Market Letter
Special to Journal
New ork. N. v IV.- Sincf my last
Idler a matmial advance his taken
place. Pes.-itiiisni has given pi .ce to
optimism and those who now fee
friendly to col Ion are pretty near th.
whoie company instead of a corporal's
guard. Several things have trans
pired to ctui-v thi! change of heart
Among them is a rate for money of six
per cent and less against tell p"r cent,
and higher. A disposition to lower
crop estimates and finally for aim wt
the (ir.it time during '.his crop the south
has been bullish ami the farmer has ob
tained from selling thus an act if riot
in word serving notice upiai th" coMon
wm M that he must bee insulting bolore
selling his cotton at. low prices. .lust
as important however is the more cheer
fill all itiidc of spinm rs to low grades
to whii h many mills must turn or else
stop turning thcirsphiille.;. Noone be
lieves they will stop because it is know n
of all nyn that si.inn"r cotton even lo.v
grade cotton at present is a very pro
(liable business. Asa matter of t.n t
the use of low grades will be less hard
ship than usual because they aiusl be
used generally an I if one mills product
is a little "off color" bis eomp 'liiors
will be just like the merchants ami con
sumers just as well accept, the situatio i
md look pleasant. Prom what ! 1 ear
probably . less than fifty per cent will
grade .niddling and above. The next
giiuieis report will be ready on the ill,
an 1 t.ie agricultural ueparimeni. win
make their annual crop guess in the
ear Iv uavs ol 1 ii'cenuier. inese re
ports are expected to thro some fur
ther light on thesitualion. The .senti
ment has s'l changed its unlikely the
market ill dei line materially this side
of Christmas but present, prices are not
bad from the farmers stand point and 1
I doubtful almut further advances in
the near future being sustained.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have vou mirliH-led vour Kidneys?
Ilavo you overworked your nervous -tvm
and caused trouble with y.mr K'd
nevs and ladder? ilavo you paiim in
.he loins, side, back, groins and blad
der? Have vou a tliihliy appearance ot
the T.ue, especially under the eye.s?
Too fii ipient desire to pass urine I If
so Williuiu'u kidney I'ills will cure you.
Sample Free, liy ninil fill cei.ts. Kold
WUddAMS MFtJ. CO., Props.,
C evi l.ir.d. (). Sold by 1). A. Ilarget.
A present in cheap hut love is deal
From the KuMiiun.
C ASTOR I A
For ItiCaats and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Wo prefer to scratch tha acquaint
ance of people who liye like cats and
dogs. .- . '
William' Carbolic Satvt With Arnica and
, . ' Wltoh Hud. " I
The best Salve" in "the world for Cuts,
BruiBes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
T- tter, Chapped Hands, and all skin
eruptions. ' It ia guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or money refunded. Frice
2!ic by druggists, '
WILI'IAMS M'FG. CO., Prop's,
Cleveland. 0. Sold by D. A. Ilarget.
Of family trees, also, il should be
said, "By thoir fruits you shall know
them. ' ' . '
Cmii th ? 11,11 M Vm ,lnw km """
Nothing li so expenttive aa glory.
PIUS! PILES! Pit ESI
Pr. Williams' Indian Filo Ointment
..... . .. ,,l:J ill...J,'nM 1 ll..j.ratn.l
Will euro iniriu, -if, "", "'
and itching Filet..' H absorbs the tu
mors, allays the itcliingnt once, acts asr
a noiiltiw,. gives inst.mt relief.- Dr.'
Williams' Indian File Ointment is pre.
pared for Files and lli hingef the pri
viito parts. Every box is guarnnleed.
Sold by dnir'Ki:- -s, hy mtiil, for E!c nnd
Sold by 1). A llurgeU
"hist Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, of Tun-
neltbn, W. VaM "I was going down by inches,'
from female disease, with great pain. After tak
ing Cardui,. C5h I My I How I was. benefited I. I
r am not well yet, but am so much better that 1 will
. keep on taking Wine of Cardui till 1 am perfectly
"cured." I ' '
"Despite the envious attacks"of jealous enemies
and rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position
today as in the past 70 years for the relief and
cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up
the organs, regulates
the functions, and aids
in the replacement of
a misplaced organ.
- At Every Drug Store
. yjm m i
nitfM lories fromf toothache
uriliev or rheumatism
t .-.i",. a- . i."
; f-.? fail N.-'tnc
cJ1o 2 Day.
m nerves oaia induces sieep
i At a!I tkdiiers. Price 25c 50c &H00
1 Dr. E&H S.S!oe,rv, Bosor,Ma.ss.U.S.A.
Pooi Relation Cartas to "lown; Bill bimmons; ana
IHE LATEST 10C. KIC 3 FOB 25C.
The Finest Pieces ever sold. Every
Piece a Hit: With, every $1 worth
of music we. give. you FREE one
book with 52 Pieces of Popular songs
Iff Iff W
We sell Pianos, Organs and Phono
graphs on easy weekly payments.
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE -
WALNAli', Agt. Dealer in Edison riionogirphs and Musical Instruments.
BOYDEN - DORSCH
: HIGH ART IN, MEN'S SHOEMAKING !
; ' Have your foot fitted ! ,
Always'' Rcmcnbcr the Ftm
1 Native ' ; Brbrao .(lraaina
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Cures a CoH in C::o Bay, Grh bTtva.
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