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New rfeiD, N. C , December 21, 1906.
THE LABOR MARKET
One part of the world raises an in
cesant cry for more labor. The west
ern States need harvest hands, the
South wants more cotton pickers and
laborers generally, the Panama Canal
Zine cannot get enough diggers, Sooth
Africa quarrels over a few Chinese,
Cuba seeks plantation hands to handle
its sugar crops, the Hawaiian Islands
report a never-ending labor famine,
out Pacific coast states are in a chron
ic condition of under-supply of work
men in all enterprises, New England is
worried over its servant problem. An
other part the world has many labor
ers that they starve in heaps. Au auto
matic equilibrium in human energy
does not exist, and possibly one never
AN OBVIOUS DISADVANTAGE
The manifold disadvantages attendant
upon having no pockets in tbeir gar
ments never bear with more severity
upon the members of the feminine con
tingent than at the present season of
. During the"' few weeks preceding
Christmas, the average woman has
more than usual to accomplish in the
line of shopping, and must carry her
puree in her hand. There are .num
erous temptations to set it down and
these make opportunities for thieves.
Even when the purse is not lost
when it is merely mislaid, or covered
up by . the goods which a clerk has
thrown down upon the counter where
it was allowed to repose at a moment
when the owner desired to use both
hands its vexatious disappearance may
occasion "a bad quarter of an hour."
It is really wonderful, considering
their continual succession of - worries
incident to going without pockets, that
women are as serene as they are.. The
average man would, sustain the ordeal
with far less grace than thty. He
would mislay his purse a dozen times
, where a woman does so once, and his
language on these occasions would be
. Hnt a man wouldn't go without pock
ets. WHAT MR ROCKEFELLER'S
A New York contemporary quotes
Messiv. H H Rogers and John D Arch-
bold as estimating the income of John
U Rockefeller at 160,000,000 a year.
Capitalizing this income at 5 per cent.
Mr. Rockefeller's estate amounts to
$1,200,000,000. At the average wages
paid in manufacturing establishments,
it would require the labor of 2,250,000
persons for a whole year to earn this
fortune. Mr. Rockefeller could almost
buy two states like Maryland at the as
sessed value of the property. If his
daily income came to bim in gold dollars
he could not count them one by one as
they fell into his hands. Some time ago
his son) who is an eminent Sunday
school teacher, arranged for a dinner
for his claw, each member to pay one
dollar. It was found that prices have
advanced so much since the last class
dinner that the usual sum would not be
sufficient to buy the usual dinner,
and so the oysters, soup and sev
eral other tempting dishes had to be
omitted. But if it took an hour to
eat what was served, the young teach'
r's father gathered in 6,840 while the
1' ,X man and his pupils were sitting
at tie table. After a peaceful sleep of
',!.t hours Mr. Rockefeller arises in
t a n niiiig with the comforting know
! 9 that he will have enough to paj
f r l.'s Ireukfijst, for while he was
; Lis income was $M,720. If he
k o.T in hia yacht or ptay
: v ' e tie k'. cnt fj
amount to about $1,150,000. Although
Mr, Rockefeller is a pious churchman,
his capital baa no regard for Sunday,
but keeps on earning 9164,383 every
Sunday, just es it does all the other
days of the week. : Mr. Rockefeller
does not have to work if he does not
want to. The rainy day is provided
for, and as for the wolf. It is a hundred
miles from the door.
A CsartstMa Cure For PIIm
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in 6 to 14 days. 60c.
Attempt Hold Up
Mr. J. H. Stanly, pressman in the
Journal office had an exciting experi
ence Monday night. He was coming to
the office at 10:30 p. m. and wheu near
the Pepsi-Cola factory he was grabbed
by two negroes intent on robbery, Mr.
Stanly's strong right arm was in good
working order however and he placed
his fist where it would do the most
good and one of the men was sent
sprawling In the ditch. The other man
ran off and Mr. Stanly pursued his
Rocky mountain Tea Nuggets
A Bny Medicine for Busy People.
' Brings Golden Health and Renewed View.
A speclfio for Constipation. Indtgestton, Liver
Mul Kidney trouble. Pimples. Eczema, Impure
Blood. Bad Breath. Sluirclsh Bowels. Hendaclie
mil Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tab
let form. 35 oenls a box. Genuine made by
Uolubtm Dut'Q Company. Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SMJ-ffl PE0PL-
As to courtships, women are not al
ways the weaker vessel
Outwits Tha Surgeon.
A complication of female troubles
with catarrh of the stomach and bow
els, had reduced Mrs. Thos.S. Austin,
of Leavenworth, Ind.,o such a deplor
able condition, that her doctor advised,
an operation; but her husband fearing
fatal results, postponed this to try Elec
trie Bitters; and to the amazement of
all who knew her, this medicine com
pletely cured her. Guaranteed cure for
torpid liver, kidney disease, biliousness,
jaundice, chills and fever, general de
bility, nervousness and blood poisoning.
Best tonic made. Price 50c at all Drug
stores. Tr it.
Most women get some of their airs
out of a band box.
Cosmetics will ruin the complexion.
There's no beauty practice equal to the
effects of Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. It keeps the entire Lody in perfect
health. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. F. S,
The man who always looks out for
himself will bear looking into.
Spun wwi ma naw Always DUUjyi
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It's always a big dose to have to
swallow one's indignation.
Mikta the Llvsr Lively.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup gives
permanent relief in cases of habitual
constipation as it stimulates the liver
and restores the natural action of the
bowels without irritating these organs
like pills or ordinary cathartics. Does
not nauseate or gripe and is mild and
pleasant to take. Remember the name
Orino and refuse substitutes. Davis
Sometimes the middle man does not
know which way to turn.
New Cart for Epilepsy.
J B Waterman, of Watertown, O.,
Rural free delivery, writes: "My
daughter, afflicted for years with epi
lepsy, was cured by Dr. King's New
Life Pills. She has not had an attack
for over two years. " Best body clean
sers and life giving tonic pills on earth,
25at all druggists.
Of course, a watchman would have
a baid time without hands.
For any of the ordinary diseases of
the skin Chamberlain's Salve is excel
lent It Hot only allays the itching and
smarting but effects a cure. For sale
by Davis Pharmacy and F S Duffy.
Formerly the dowry of every peasant
girl in Spain included a set of linen
sheets. On account of the increased
cost of linenj this branch or trade has
dwindled down to an insignificant fig
State or Ohio, Citt of Toledo, 1
Lucas County, f
Frank J. Chetey makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney aV Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, County and State aforei
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case or catarrh that
cannot fee cured by the use of Ball's
Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1886.
(SEAL,a A. W. CLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Sand for
F. J. c::: ::::y & CO., ToiHo, o.
f ' 1 1 ? a'l d.usj, t.i, 7r.c
T ' i ; Van..' -j i;:;i fr cornii-
To Remove FrecHlea Pimplei
r mM uoder poaitin
rcfni.dod If U faili to
rexiovo tr oolite, pimple,
If (r-spot., tun-tan,
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3aL4 CIld al enipttOttS Ot taM
lVf o no watTer w ww
)'yf's' li.Dfa ttatKil a. Cure
t-.U the wi va It lOdajra.
AfttMr t m tie feci arts
removed be skin will iw -tui-, soft, health
ftnd beautiful. No iiH.t r-jn.i cr.n result
from its u. &0 cents Ji:i y loading
trag torji or nia.l
HAT tO N At TO!LST Cnf.V Y. P.ifi; Tet
Sold in New Bern by Bradham'i
Pharmacy and other Leading Druggist
Supreme Court Decisions.
Special to Journal T
Raleigh Dec. 18 The Supreme Court
has filed the following opinions;
State V3 Hodges, from Durham, no
State vs Bohannon from Guilford, no
Holmes va Telephone Co. from Meck
lenburg; new trial.
Stanford v9 Grocery Co., Rockingham
new trial. r
State vs Connor from Buncombe, new
Ashoville vs Weaver, from Buncombe,
Aaheville vs Trust Co., from Bun
Kimberly vs Howland, from Bun
McFee vs Green from Buncombe, af
firmed. Bourne vs Sherrill from Buncombe,
Matthews vs Fry from Swain, af
firmed. Green va Green from Jackson, af
firmed. Tanning Co. vs Telephone Co., from
Cherokee, new trial on issue as to dam
ages. Railway Co. vs Bailey from Swain,
Martin vs Cooper from Haywood,
per curian affirmed.
State vs Hester from Rutherford,
per curian, dismissed for failure to
Queen vs Cooper from Haywood, per
curian, docketed and dismissed under
Lyman vs Lyman from Buncombe,
per curian, motion to reinstate appeal
The court will select a reporter in
To Curt A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to'
cure E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Arapahoe, Dec 15 Sunday morning
at 2 o'clock Capt B. T. Bennett's ware
house was burned to the ground, de
stroying a vast amount of goods be
long to the Arapahoe merchants and J.
E. Reel of Bairds Creek. The fire also
burned Capt. Bennett's boat, the Ar
cadia, almost to a ruin, it is supposed to
have been set on fire. The person took
the oil can from aboard the boat that
was tied to the wharf and emptied it in
the house and set fire. He dropped the
oil can at the front door of the ware
house and made his escape. The total
loss by the fire is estimated at $3,
Swedish school children, under the
guidance of their teachers, annually
pUnt about 600,000 trees.
Asthma Suffarat Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
ing, 701 West Third St, Pavenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contrac
ted twelve years ago was neglected
until it finally grew into asthma. ' The
best medical skill available coiild not
give me more than temporary relief.
Foley's Honey and Tar was recommen
ded and one fifty cent bottle entirely
cured me of asthma which had been
growing on me for twelve years: If I
had taken it at the start I would have
been saved years of suffering." Davis
A photographic journal is now pub
lished in France in the Esperanto lan
guagethe Foto Review. This is an
Esperanto developer: (a) Akvo bolinta
lcm. 8. Ahhidra Sulfita natria 150g; (b)
Solva jo A malvarma 100 cm. 2 Karbo-
nato Kilia 1009.
Notlco to Our Customers,
We are pleased to announce that Fo
ley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds
and lung troubles is not affected by the
National Pure Food and Drug law as
it contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs, and we recommend it as a safe
remedy for children and adults. Davis'
The gem cannot be polished without
friction, nor the man perfected without'
trials. From the Chinese.
William's Carbolic Salvo With Arnica and
The best Salve In tha world for Cuts,
Prumea, Sores, Hirers, Salt Rheum,
Tetter, Chapped Hands, and all nkin
eruptions. It ia puarantwi to five
(ml. t.ie'ton, or moiwy refunded, l'nce
The Atlantic Coast Line Con
' tend They Cannot Comply:
Without Great Loss of
Raleigh, Dec 18 The attorneys for
the Atlantic Coast, Junius Davis, Jas
H. Pou and Gtorge B. Elliott filed ex
ceptions to the orders of the Corpora
tion Commission in the matter of sche
dules and connections of trains on tho
Plymouth 'branch f and the Scotland
Neck or Kinston branch. The Atlantis
Coast Line says the Commission has no
power to make such regulations of the
time and manner in which passengers
shall be transported or to regulate sche
dules and connections with other lines;
that the road oannot obey the order
without putting on an extra train and
that the Commission has not the power
to require this; that the order ia un
reasonable as there are already suffi
cient accommodations; that there are
not enough engines now to enable the
road to carry out the order and that
more than 10 months ago it placed an
order for the. engines, not one of which
have been delivered and that by reason
of this fact the Commission's order is
unreasonable and impracticable; fur
ther the order is contrary to the 14th
amendment to the United States Con
stitution in that it disposes of property
without due process of law; lastly that
tbe order would require the road to
operate trains at a loss. All these ob
jections to the orders of the Commis
sion in such cases have been made be
fore by various roads and the Selma
connection' case, now before the Su
preme court of the United States will
settle them all.
W, C. T. U. Meeting.
There will be a meeting of tho Wom
an's Christian . Temperance Union at
the residence of Mrs. Geo. Green, No.
87 Hancock street, this Wednesday,
Dec. 19, at 3:30 p. m.
Piles get quick relief from Dr. Snoop's
Magic Ointment Remember it's made
alone for Piles and it works with cer
tainty and satisfaction. Itching, pain
ful, protruding or blind piles disappear
like magic by its use. Try it and see !
F. S, Duffy.
The clock ticker says he has his hands
full to keep things doing.
If "taken at the Sneeze Stace" Pre
vention a toothsome candy Tablet
will surely and quickly check an ap
proaching cold or Lagrippe. When you
first catch cold or feel it coming on
take Dr. Snoop's Preventics, and the
prompt effect will certainly surprise
and please you. Preventics, surely sup
oly the proverbial "ounce of preven
tion." Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes
oj F. S. Duffy.
The competent detective is not al
ways a good-looking man.
It is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assitr Ha
ted that gives strength and vitality to
the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets invigorate the stonr
ach and liver and finable them to per
form their functions. The result is a
relish for your food, increased strength
and weight, greater endurance and a
clear head. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For sale by Davis Pharmacy and
FS Duffy. ,
A newcy letter is not tho only kirn
that s well posted.
How Diphtheria la Contracted.
One often hears the expression, "My
child caught a severe cold which develop
ed into diphtheria, " when the ti uth was
that the cold had simply left the little
one particularly susceptible to the
wandering diphtheria germ When
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
it quickly cures the cold and lessens the
danger of diphtheria or any other germ
disease being contracted. For sale by
Davis Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy.
A young woman caught smelling
books in a London public library was
asked why she did that : She said she
did it to see which book smelled of to
bacco. If it did she knew it was a
book men liked to read, and therefore
probably a rood one.
If you like Coffee but dare not drink
it try Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. It
is true that real coffee does disturb the
stomach, heart and kidneys. But Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffee has not a grain
of true coffee in it Being made from
parched grains, malt, etc., it forms a
wholesome, food-like drink, yet having
the true flavor of Old Java and Movha
Coffee. "Made in a minute." Call at
our store for a free sample. Sold by J.
L. McDaniel. ; -
If the printer has 4 dog seems Ro it
ought to be a setter.
Will Interest Many.
Every person should know that good
health is impossible if the kidneys are
deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure kidney and bladder disease in ev
ery form, and will build up and strength
en these orjins so they will perform
t!n:ir f unctli-.r.g prepTly. No danger of
I ' ' t.'a i' aorii:..!.et.-s if IV- y's
' ; -ii.it' liit . 1 . . ' i
PRAYER BY WHOLESALE.
An Amusing Incident in a Ne
gro Prayer Meeting iu ,
' Sieeil Correppwdence.
Ral- ith, Doc. 18 At a negro church
here last night where there was a great
crowd of worshipper, a long-winded
negro offr d a p'xyer of greit length,
a-d when h finish d tha reuUr
preacher t!uiii.fi' h couid go on with
other litiett of wot k, but just as the
prayer was ended another negro sys,
"LetV continue the prayer" and with
that offered another interminable one,
tliin being for the negro who is in jail
hero, to be hanged on the 2 )th. . The
very instant that this man was finish
fig another one shouted out "And now
lets pray for a lot of other niggers who
need hanging too."
Rev. Douglass Resigns.'
Rev. J. J. Douglass, ' who has been
pastor of the Tabernacle church for
over a year and a half has resigned and
will quit his work in that capacity
March 1st;' 1907. ' He has received a
call from the' Baptist church at Clio, S.
(I, and has the same under considera
tion. The church at Clio is one of the
best of the denomination in South Car
olina.' Home Made Happy by Chamberlain's
Cough Rsmady. .
About two months ago our baby girl
hak meaales which settled on her lungs
and at last resulted In a severe attack
of bronchitis." We had two doctors but
no relief was obtained. Everybody
thought Bhe would die. I went to eight
different stores to find a certain remedy
which had been recommended to me and
failed to get it, when one of the store
keepers insisted that I try Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. I did so and nur
baby is alive and well today. Geo, W
Spence, Holly Springs, N. C. For sale
by Davis Pharmacy and F S Duffy.
Balloon Ascension Friday Night.
Mr. C. J. McSorley has made ar
rangements with Madame DuVat of
Binghamton, N. Y., whereby she will
make three balloon ascensions nnd
parachute leaps during the holidays,
the first to take place Friday nigh t in
front of his Pollock street store.
Madame DuVat comes highly recom
mended as an atrial artist and it will
be worth your while to witness ths
daring exhibition Friday night at 9
o'clock sharp. The elephant balloon
will be used in the first ascension.
Bssistiir xlta Mutt Vim Haw Always Bai;
. - 1iio Hiwt You Haw always
Remaining in the Post-Office at New
Bern, Craven County, N. C , Dec. 17
MEN'S LIST. .
A Debro Ackeroin, R A Adams. Nord
- Allen. - ..
C Jesse Creel, Carolina Business Col
D John Dixon.
G A L George. . "
H-W W Harris, Henry Hargett, W
' M Hill " - ;
J - Agen Jones.
Tj-W W Larnbe or Larnlel, S J Long.
M -Capt A Movis,' Barge Jupiter. ML
P John Powell, G H Peeler, James H
Perry, W H Pender, S T Pary.
Q- J L Quinn.
S Clauda H Spencer, R L Sanders.
W-Moses Walston, W A Wad, Willie
Washington, Will Watson, William
Washington, W M Williams.
B--Miss Beltie Burney.
C Miss Mary Coward, Miss Maggis
D Mrs Jinnie Dance, Rebecca Dilla-
EMias Dora Ellison.
H-Mrs John Hopewell, Miss Mary
Hall, Miss Charlotte M Howard.
J Mrs Mary Johnson, '
K Miss Rosa Kennedy.
R Mrs Will Robertson.
S -Miss Fannie Slade.
T- Miss Lillian Toler.
W Mrs Mary L Willis.
' The regulations now require that (1)
cent shall be collected on the delivery
of each advertised letter. -
, , ' S. W HANCOCK, '
f . P. M.
A Text Wonder.
There's a Hill atBowie, Tex., that's
wlce as big as last year. . This wonder
is W L Hill, who from a weight of 90
pounds has grown to over 180. Hesays:
"I suffered with a terrible cough, and
doctors gave me up to die of Consump
tion. 1 was reduced to 90 pounds, when
I began taking Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, Coughs and
Colds. Now, after taking 12 bottles, I
have more than doubled in weight and
am completely cured. Only -sure
cough and cold cure. Guaranteed by
all druggists, 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free '
Bedouin warriors are noted for the
spirit of their stec-ds. They are the
cruolost people known to civilization.
Has Stood the Test 25 Yetrs.
The old, original C ROVE'S Tannics
CI.'.U T-mic. You know v.! sit ym :?
f -. It U i- nil' i i
tlhe Kind You Have Always
An, use for over 30 yean,
. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are boft
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health, of
Wants and Children Experience against Experiment
What jo CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Far -goric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcverishness. It Cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the FnoiUjegiilatg thn
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
' Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAYO
Hie Kind Too Have Always Bonpt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THt OSMTAUS) OOWMMT. VT SHIMMY STHSCT, MtW VOPJN Om
NEW CAR, LOAD
Jlfiaisi rrTT is .nr.- ilT
t hou ..of nhimtH frnm the West
and MiiIph. weiirhincr 950 to 1.300 noui.da.
or timber Horses. Also the right kind
Ilave also got a fewnore a Horse rarm wairon- una ouBifiHH, ...
Sils'of Harness, left over from my "Big Sale" which I "will dispose of at cost to
early buyers. - .
Don't miss this opportunity to save money. - uepectiui:y,
L. G. Daniels
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Bern. A CAR LOAD of each Just Inl Also a complete line of Buggies,
Wagons, Harness, Robes, Whips, Cart Wheels. &e
- J. A. JONES..
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The very best free burning
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