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71 IS JOURNAL
Ksw rm, M. C, Hay SO, lttJt
First Wirt .
The Desaocratls prijaary of lbs Flirt
Ward tuUUli ths City Hall last
sight tt 8J0 o'clock.
Chaimaa W. D. Mclvsr. of lU Ward
OoamlttM, called tk Mettag to order,
ud Mr. X. M. Grew, wu eUcted Secre
tary, t-- j
Maun. J. A. aCaadowa, J. M. How
rd, R. A. Nana, M. L. Jacobs, J. J.
Wolfeadea ud L. J. Moor, wen elect
ed delegates. " .
Messrs. r Q. Hyatan, Ralph Gray, F.
F. Matthews, r. M. Chadwlck, K. W.
Loyton ud James B. Hill were elected
A. Iters alee. ... -
Meaera. J. A. Meadowa, L. J. Moore,
r W. T. Richardson, JaaT. Lewis ud
-J. J. Wolfeadea were elected Ward Com
2nd Ward. .
Meeting Second Ward, primary, H. R.
Bryan, Jr, chalrmra, & W. BmaUwood,
The followlof delegate were elected
to eoanty Convention.' ' '
Jamet W. Blddle, D. L. Ward, J do a
Scales, 0. X. Foy, Henry Oasktns, Geo.
' B. Waters, H.iB. Bryan; Jr., George.
BloTer, W. K. Wataon, Jas A. Bryan, L.
t A. Smith, Ov H. Galea, Wa.Daaa, J.
A. Jones, LW. BmaUwood. F.T.Pat-
tarson, Luther Lewis, Mark Dlaoaway,
J.J. Baxter, H.L.HalL B.W. Small
' wood, F. W, Hughes, E. E. Harper,
Hardy B. Lane, 8. H. Scott, Matt Manly,
R. O. Godley, D. R. Davis, W. B. Mc
Kay, Ed Gerock, N. H. Street '
W. P. Burros, John Dunn, W. F,
Roantree, John B. Ives, J. W. Wood, J.
R Wataon, W. K. Baxter, W. R. Bar
rlngton, Thomas W. Dewey, H. C.
I Whltehurst, E. L. Archbell, G. N. En-
nett, J. L. McDanleL
Two Executive Committees placed in
nomination following committee wu
E. W. Smallwood, Mark Dlaesway, C,
X. Fop, E. K. Bryan, J. W.Wood,
The following resolution wu intro
duced ud adopted unanimoualy.
i; j Resolved, That we endorse C. R.
Thomw, oar present Democratic Con-
ftreesman, ud instruct on; delegates to
county conTentlon to rote for a resolu
tion ' lustructiog the delegates to the
Congressional Convention to Tote for
Parsuant to call the Democrats of the
trd ward met at their polling place at
8:80 p. m. May 19th to elect delegates to
the County Convention which convenes
at the Court House on May 24th. The
following delegates were elected:
O. T. Watson, A. D. -Ward, J. J. Tol-
son, Sr., 0. J. McBorley, J. W. Duguid,
B, M. Brinson, 8. R. Street, D. B. Wood,
S. H. Lane.
The. following committee for the ensu
ing two years wore elected.
8, H. Lane, F. 0. Small, E a Btreet,
J. 0. Thomas, Edward Clark, s! H. Lane
wu elected chairman of committee. .
On motion the following resolution
wu unanimoualy adopted.
Resolved, That we endorse C. R.
Thomas, our present Democratic Con
gressman, ud Instruct our delegates to
the County Convention to vote, for a
resolution instructing the delegates to
the Congressional Convention to vote
for his renomlnation.
8. H. Lank,
Edward Clakk, Sec'ty.
The 4th . ward elected the following
delegates to the County Convention.'
E.T. Gaaklll, Hellen Huff, Jno. M.
Hargett, Edgar Bryan, T. T. McCarthy,
D. L. Roberts, Brlce Anderson, E.T.
Baraum, Geo. Broadstreet.
The following Executive Committee
wu elected. -
John M. Hargett, E. T. Gsskffl, T. F.
McCarthy, D. L. Roberts, Robert Haw
kins. - - . ,-, it
Hon. C. R. Thomas wu unanimously
endorsed for Congress and D. L. Ward,
Esq, for Solicitor for this district a V
The executive committee met and
elected J. M. Hargett chalrmu and B.
B. Davenport, secretary of the precinct.
Did you ever have a case of "Spring
Fever" f When it wu the hardest work
la the world to do uy thing at all r Thai
wu because your system's machinery
wu out of order ud required overhaul
lag. BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
TONIC is the best kind of system
cleanser ud genersl tonic. It enriches
the) blood and stimulates the liver to
' greater activity, removing ? aaflowness,
pimples, malarial poisons ud building
p the health generally. Just the thing
for "poorly" - children. ' At Bradham's
Price 60c f -. .
lzlz Dyspepsia Cvlto
C!2Mts what you e '
New Things on Sal thU Week. '
Ladies Bustle aM Dress Forms, 85c
and 60c; New Embroidered White Eliirt
. Waist Patterns, 1.25; one lot Mens Fine
Colored Madru Shirts, value 76e, all
sizes, this week 60c BARFOOT, BI.3S.
I : . -.'Ztza. "JTcsr money
"l;;o if it :!:j. ;; ;
... ... hi ,- .
-T" ' -- -
,x rUsf foa durhaM. .
McthcririaytvitMataa Brnr. Sca
. . uUeaal PleMiag m Beth Sides.
The game of base ball wit the Dar-
hass team yesterday wu aa latsresllng
eoateet. It wu a cleu and pretty game
from start to lalah. It abounded la
brilliant plays by the visitors u wall u
by the local team. Notable among these
was a very difficult catch la Ue foarth
laalng by Bmltaaoa, short atop for the
Dorhams, ud Short's one hud catch
u sixth for New Ben.
The pitchers were at a dlaadvutare.
The rains daring the day had put the
diamond la a bad shape, the ball wu
slippery and could not be em tl rely eon
trolled. Daring the fourth laalng umpire
Proud ruled Dum, catcher for the New
Bern's out of the game, for inciting, as
he said, the bleachers. Mr. Proud mis
understood, the situation, ud .recon
sidered his decision.
Following Is the score and summary.
PURHAM. A.B. n, H. P.O. A. B.
Curtis, It 8 1 1 8 0 0
Soffel, 8b.. .. 8 0 1 0 8 8
Delters, lb 8 0 0 8 8 1
Stocksdale, r. f 4 0 1 I 0 0
Curru,c 4 118 10
Smlthson, a.8 8 0 118 8
Roehford lb. 8 0 2 7 0 0
Tailor, cf 8 0 0 3 0 0
Morris, p 8 0 0 0 SO
89 a; 7 87 10 5
Hollandc f . .
Short, r J
A.B. R. H. r.O. A R
.6 1 8 8 7 0
10 8 0
0 8 10
8 IS 0 0
0 8 6 0
0 10 0
8 8 0 0
18 0 0
10 3 0
39 5 9 27 19 0
1 8 3;4 5 8 7 8 S
Durham.. 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-2
New Bern 0 41000000-6
Summary Two base hits,' Devlin,
Randolph.'.Curtls; stolen bases, Short 8;
bases on balls off Morris 3, Basal; hit
by pitched ball, Holland; struck out by
Morris 6, by Baas 2; passed ball, Curran;
left on bases, New Bern 11, Durham 4;
sacrifice hits, Holland, Soffel, Delters,
Smlthson, Roehford. Attendance 300.
Umpire, Mr. Proud. Time 1.60.
Umpire Proud save general satisfac
tion In yesterday's game.
Laughlln at first, Devlin at second,
Randolph at third, and Gettlg at short
played fut and sure ball.
Daum's work behind the bat wm fine,
ud no one attempted to steal a base. He
looked dangerous to would-be base steal
Short's running one hsnded catch in
the sixth wu sensational, and provoked
enthusiasm among the rooters. It ssved
one run. ' Stocksdale sailed it "robbery"
Pop Crawley Is the conversationist of
the New Bern team. It Is reported that
severs! ladles have agreed to make up a
fund to pay all his Ones he gets for "talk
And it wu smiling Jlmmie Bass who
did the great work..
Smlthson got a bad finger in catching
Rudolph's line hit Just off the ground
in the fourth. The hit looked safe when
It left the bat.
Tbe grand stand applauds good plsys
on either side, 1 Smlthson got the limit
on his great catch in the fourth.
Rooters are still wanted, not critics,
The first assists in winning games, the
latter dlscoursges players.
Greensboro defeated Raleigh, 2 to 0,
ud Charlotte beat Wilmington, 4 to 0,
Durham again today, at 4:80 p. m.
STANDING OB1 TUK CLUBS.
WOH LOST PER CERT.
Charlotte S 8 760
Greensboro 8 5 615
Raleigh 8.5 611
Durham . 7 6 638
New Ben 5 8 884
Wilmington 1 .11 083
. Rua Over By Train.
Bill Lewis, colored, a switchman In
the employment of the A ft N 0 Ry.met
with u accident while In discharge of
his duties which ended fatally. ; The boy
wu attending the switch for a logging
train and his foot became caught in a
"frog" ud the unfortunate boy wu run
flows and his right leg crushed by the
engine. He wu taken to his home near
Primrose street Dr. Primrose wu called
and amputated the Injured leg. The boy
died soon after the operation) yesterday
afternoon. Hewu 17 years old and
lived with bis widowed mother.
BOW n IS MITE.
' The first object In life with the Amer-
Icu people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
ssvlng, the second, (good health) by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent sufferer from uy of
the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint
Appendicitis, Indigestion, etc, such as
Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart,
Sour Stomach, Habitual Costlveness,
Dizziness Of the Head, Nervous Prostra
tion, Low Spirits, etc, you seed not suf
fer uother day: Two doses of the well
known August Flower will relieve you
at once. Go to F. 8. Duffy ud get a sam
ple bottle free. Regular size, ?5ots, Get
Green's Special Almsnsc '
. Y7 a e s.::i s. :::. 2 meat at 12o per
f oun3, cot 0 U reported. Oeks Jlar-
" - ! :
alOUTOaJro ABOUT. , ..
Today Is a legal holiday la this State
SRdtM bands are dosed. The Mecklaav
burg ladepudeaoa Is observed through
out the stale.
Charles Wilcox, white Tom' Franks
ud Mingo Wood, colored, were before
the Mayor Monday morning for dlaor
derty conduct, All were fined ud dis
charged. The Chrisllu Church Sunday School
wQl go to Spring Garden, on lite uaaal
picnic, tomorrow Wednesday, on the
steamer Howard. Will leave at 8 s. an.
Tickets oa sale at boat '
A aew tug, the William & 'Blades, Jr.
Is now la service at the Blades mills. -
Schooner Sarah Wilson sailed last
algkt to Broad Creek.
Schooner Ivalon, Capt Lewis, utled
last eight for Marshallburg with cargo
of .lumber ud freight
Rev. at & Spear Is confined In his
home by Illness ud Is unable to preach
Moderate weather with tendency to
storms wu tbe feature lut week. The
forecast for the 18th to the 81st Is pleas
The recruiting station In this city for
the United States Army has been opened
in 6ne of the offices of Mr. Albert Bin
gert near the corner of Middle ud Broad
New books which have been added to
the circulating library are: Beacon
Lights of History, by John Lord . and
John L. Stoddard's Lectures. A fine list
of the newest novels will be added next
A sheaf of headed fall oats wu dis
played by E. Wadsworth yesterday
which wu taken from his farm near the
cemetery. It Indicates a large crop which
will probably be ready to cat by the lut
of next week.
Pleasant Hill Primary.
The meeting of Pleasant Hill primary
wm called to order by chairman John B.
On motion, J. H. Stevenson wu elected
u delegate to County Convention with
E. A. Lancaster as alternate.
On motion of J. H. Stevenson, G. T.
Richardson, A. A. Ipock and E. A. Lan
caster wu elected executive committee.
G. T. Richardson wu elected chairman
of precinct committee.
Resolved, Thst we endorse C. R.
Thomas, our present Democratic Con
gressman, and Instruct our delegate to
the County Convention to vote for a
resolution instructing the delegates to
the Congressional Convention to vote
for his nomination.
Lee's Farm Precinct
At the Primary held at Lee's Farm
precinct yesterday, Tbos. E. Haywood
and John D. Pittman were elected dele
gates to the county convention.
Pursuant to call of Committee the
Democratic voters of Tisdale precinct
met at the polling place at 12 m., May
Nathan Tisdale wu made chairman,
and W. H. Scott Secretary.
The following delegates were elected
to the County Convention, which Is
called to meet at the Court House May
M. M. Shute, Walter Bray, W. H
Scott, Nathan Tisdale.
Precinct Committee: Nathu TIsda.e,
M. M. Shute, J. W. Warrington, Walter
Bray, W. H. Scott. Nathan Tisdale wu
made chairman of Precinct Committee.
N. Tibdalr, Chmn.
W. H. Scott, Secy.
Large Lumber Steamer. ,
The Sunday New York World con
tained an account of the new Lumber
Steamer Poplar Bruch which plies be
tween New York City ud Norfolk.
The boat has 28 hatches; 8 extra large
ud 17smsller openings. She also has 10
large side port openings and two extra
large doors through which sticks 95 feet
long can be handled.
8he hu 5 twin mute with 20 derricks.
She is 414 feet long,56 feet beam ud 83
feet deep ud hu a carrying capacity of
8200 tons dead weight - ,
Mallstt, la Mobile Ala., on Wednes
day the 14th. Instant of typhoid Pneu
monia, Robert Gibbes Mallett
. Mr. Mallett is well known in New Bern
where he wu long a resident, ud at
Rlverdale In this county.
His remains were brought to Wllmtog
ton for burial. He wu originally of
Hosiery Bargains tfalt Week.
A big shipment of Ladies Fine Hosi
ery consisting of black ud fancy colors,
also hu strip at the following special
prices, 10c, 16c, S6c, 85c and 50c pair;
also Infants-Socks, In white and 'black,
at 10c, 15c a 83e pr. 8ARF00T BROS.
Tenth Annual Commencement'
of the North Carolina College of Agri
culture and Mechanic Arts May 86-88,
1903. . -TV
Sunday, May 86,11 a.m.,ln Christ
Church-Baocalaureato Sermon,' ReV.
Rudolph H. McKIm, D. D , of Emanuel
Church, Wuhington, D. C.
Monday, May 86, 8:30 p. m. In Hall of
Agricultural Department: Alumni Ad
dress, C. a Williams, CUse of 1893.
Subject: "The Value of Research."
Tuesdsy, May 87: 6:80 p. m., or Col
lege Campus, Dress Psrsde and Appoint
ment of Officers for next year. 8:30 p.m.
in Academy of Music, Commencement
Oration, Trumaa J. Backus, LL. D.,
Packer Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. ' Sub
ject: "An Age of Inventions and Dis
coveries." : Wednesday, Hay 23, 11 a. m., In Acad
emy of Music: Graduating Orations,
Prizes, p-jrees, Announcements.
. ,wfiiLT fashion torn.
Jacket of alack Taietta. A Hovel
This charming little Jacket Is of black
taffeta tucked la clusters ud perforated
la a small, neat design showing ths white
aalia lining. It is faaioned with a novel
basque or skirt which appears only at
the side ud back, and the large collar Is
of embroidered batiste over a still larger
collar of embroidered taffeta. The
sleeves are very wide and flaring at the
wrist ud have double turned-back cuffs
of taffeta and batiste A belt of folded
taffeta completes the Jacket which Is a
pretty model for spring wear. All the
tucks are stitched with Cortlcelll tewing
A novel feature for blouse Jackets as
well m for Eton skirt Jackets snd dressy
garments In general is the jabot vest ef
fect. It hu been stated that some of the
foremost Paris houses will accentuate
the drooping shoulder effect both in
waists snd in outdoor garments. Quite
a feature In Jackets is the long coat col
lar of taffeta which are variously en
hanced with large collars and revers of
lace or of ribbon-run embroidered linen.
TramaplamtlBar Blst Trees.
Tbe transplanting of big trees on the
world's fair site at St Louis is an in-)
teres tlDg work. A deep trench la cut
around the tree four or five feet from its
base and the earth dug away, beneath.'
Then a hugo truck Is backed up. to the
tree and securely fastened. The entire
tree, forty or fifty feet high, la. thea
tipped over on to tbe track and another!
pair of wheels attached in front, Then
with sufficient teams to pull the heavy,
load, the tree Is drawn to, tbe place
where wanted and restored to an up
right position. Much care is required
in the work, and tbe trees jvlll receive'
constant attention until again svell
Water la the Ubyaa Desert.
There are places in the great Libyan
desert that have an abundant supply Of
water, obtained from;jtn". underground
bed of sandstone. The .water comes to'
the surface through wells from 450 to1
600, feet in depth and. irrigates broad
areas of cultivated lands, Interspersed
jrtth palm groves, The oasis of DakhlsJ
particularly is In a fine state of cult
vatlon as a result of this irrigation. The
subject is of special Interest here, be
cause there are great regions in 'our
western, country where it is 'known
that avater lies under arid plains, and
various projects are on foot for mating
it available for irrigation purposes.
Bow Japanese Meaaara DIataaee, i-
The ri and cbo are the Japanese
measures of distances. The rl is equal
to about two and a balf English miles,
and it takes thirty-six chos to make one
ri Fifteen chos are a little more than
one mile One ri equals 1.0273 kilome
ters, and it is believed that decimal
system will soon be adopted. On coun
try roads Jlnrlklsha fares ore regulated
by distance, from 8 to 14 sen a rl being
charged, according to the character of
the road, but on all tbe usual routes
to and from country stations tbe exact
tariff Is known.
McDufflcc's Little Blue Liver Pill makes
blue people bright, cleanses the system
of all the deleterious and unhealthy mat
tor ud makes a new person of you. 28
cents at F. S. Duffy's.
' Barges Comet, Sirlus and Marl, were
towed Into port from Philadelphia by
the tugJFrank A. Eachrick Baturday.
Barge Comet was left at tho A. A N. C.
dock, barge Mars at the A. C. L. dock
ud Sirlus at the Elm City Lumber Co'r.
dock. They are all loading with lumber
and will leave for Camden, N. J. the
lutof tho week.
Schooner Mabel and Ruth Capt.'Cogg
left for Baltimore Monday with a load
, A Han!-? Hn.lriaa.
During the siege of Ijitlysmlth an of-.
fleer who was' organizing a concert to
keep up Ills men's cheerfulness heard
of a sergeant in the Gordons who was
uld to be a performer, flo found the
said sergeant and nuked hlin to con
tribute his services. '
; The sergeant wns sorry, but said be
"couldn't"? "... .
"Why," said tho ofllwr. "you do play
something, don't you?" .
T "I aid, sir."
"Well, what's your Instrument?"
- "The bones, sir but I've ate 'eml" jj
Notice Is hereby given the public that
application will be made to tho Board of
Commissioners of Craven county for
license to retail liquors at Vsnceboro In
No. 1, Township Craven county 'Ap
plication will be made to the Board of
Commlrsloners on the 1st Monday In
June 1803 and this notice Is made In
compll nee with the law governing the
granting of license to retail liquor by
the General Assembly of 1901.
. J. K. M. & B. R. WARRTW.
f his 1st day of Key 1003. '
Tie rTttfcjrteriai Erinf ellMle and
The Kvugellsts, Teachers, Pastors
ud all lata rested la Evugellstle and
Mission Work, Greeting:
The Byaod of North CaroUaa, at Its
ejuual meeting In Charlotte, N. G, Oc
tober, 1901, heartily ud tuulaaoualy
adopted the following far-raschlag aad
Importeat resolution, "That ths Syaod
appoint a committee of five, whose duty
It shall be to arrange for ud hold, at
such time during the coming year u to
It shall seem best, a conference for tbe
evangelists, teachers, pastors ud all
others Interested In evangelistic ud
mission work." Arrangements have
been eompleted for holding a Confer
ence to be known u The Presbyterian
Evangelistic ud Biblical Institute.
Broadly speaking, tb object of the
Institute Is the mutual ud spiritual ben
efit of all who may attend; the study of
the Bible as relating to ud exemplify
ing the principles underlying mission
ary expansion; ths obtaining of Informa
tion and inspiration from the results of
the common experience of evangelists,
pastors and laymen; the deepening of
our sense of personal responsibility to
God for the work to us entrusted, ud
the promotion It the. church at large of
a higher ud Increased appreciation of
tbe value ud Importance of the evange
listic and mission branch of the church.
All of the pastors, evangelists, mis
sion teachers ud at least one lay repre
sentative from each church throughout
the Synod are expected. Every Mission
ary organisation should appoint and
provide for the attenduce of an official
delegate. In addition to the Synodlcal
constituency, there will be present from
other states many able and distinguished
speakers, such as Dr. Henry Alexuder
White, Dr. J. Wilbur Chapmu, Dr. R.
G. Pearson, Dr. G. B. Strickler, Dr. A,
L. Phillips, Mr. Robert E. Speer ud oth
Not least am tng the attractive features
of the Institute Is the Music Special at
tentlon hu been given to this depart
ment of the programme ud the services
of the most noted singer In the United
States have been secured for the occa
sion. Prof. F. H. Jacobs of New York
will have charge of the song services
during tbe whole of the conference
Tbe Institute will be held at Davidson
College, North Carolina, June 24th to
Jnly 2nd, Inclusive. First-class accom
modations bsve been secured In prlvste
homes and boarding houses on the most
reasonable terms. Very low rates will
be granted by all the railroads through
out the entire Slste. A circular letter,
giving more definite Information u to
reduced fare, connections and special
trains, will be issued later.
Extending to one ud all a most cor
dial Invitation, and requesting the earn
est prayers of God's people In behalf of
the proposed Institute, that our watting
in His presence msy be acceptable to
Him and profitable to us all, we remain,
on behalf of the Synod, '
Committee E. E. Gillespie, Chairman
R.F. Campbell, William Black, R.E.
Caldwell, J. W. McNeill, Geo. E. WU
NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRRNT.
EKgs, per dor.. ... 12c
Chickens, old per pair. 50 & 60
" young, per pr 85 & 40
Geese, per pair . . .80 to 1.00
Pork, per. lb 7ft 8
Hides, green, per lb 15
" dry, " ,9 ft 11
Beeswax, " 20 to
Sweet Potatoes, Yams, per bush. 60 to 70
" Bahamas ' 45
Cora, per bush... 86
Oats, " ...62
Local Grain MarkeL
Corn, per bu... ...... $.85
Meal, perbu.... .86
Hominy, per bu .85
Corn bru, per 100 lbs 1J25
Wheat bran, per " 1.40
Feed, 100 lbs 1.60
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs.. . .. 1.50
Cotton seed hulls, 100 lbs. ...... . . .46
Ship stuff 1.50
No. 1 Timothy, per ton 20.00
Or Property Will Be
Advertised and Costs
Added to-the Taxes oi
ail Failing to Pay. No
Further Time Will be
J. W. BIDDLE,
Sheriff, Craven t'o.
May 181b. "
Foy & Wood Co.,
v Practical Tinners ,
v ; and Plumbers. ':
Tobacco Flues, Store Pipe, and
We mate a specialty of Hot Air
Heating, Steel Ceiling and Iron
Fence work, .. ; :
You will find us at .
If you cannot find them, in !7'
your store, flo not accept sub- V
stitutes, but insist that your qjM
dealer order these Corsets and V5TT
the style you select . C,( I
i Royal Worcester Corset Co.wT I)
Owing to the fact that we are
will on Tuesday, May 20th, put on
ties, Organdies, etc. at such attractive prices that they are bound to go.
All 6c, 7c and 8c Figured Lawns at 6c.
12ic and 16c Lawns and Dimities at 10c. j
20c and 25c Organdies at 15c.
Also a big lot of India Linens Persian Lawns at same reduction.
Striped Lawns for Waists at 10c, 12jc, 15o and 20c.
AsV to see our Ladies and Childrens Oxfords. !
WE HAVE m !
Wire Screens, Door and-Window
Freezers, Ic6 Shavers.
A full line of Hardware, Paints,
Silver and Allnminum.
A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, improved.
Our goods as represented, PRICES THE LOWEST.
Give us. yonr orders. - . "
phone Gaskill Hardware Co.
147. 73 Middli 8r NKW IIKKN, V. 0
NORTH CAROLINA, Superior Court,
Craven County. J Before Clerk.
J. A.' Bryan, and J. J. WoKenden
and wife Carolina Wolfenden,
Thomas Singleton Court.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Fursuant to the order of the Superior
court of Craven county in the above en
titled proceedings made and directed to
me this the 13th day of May, A. D., 1903
under which order 1 was duly appoint
ed Commissioner to make sale of the
followine described land for division, I
will as commissioner offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash on
Saturday the 14th day of June, A;,U.,
1903 at the hour of 13 o'clock, noon, at
at the court bouse doer of Craven conn,
tv in the citv of New Bern, all the fol
lowing described tracts of land lying and
being in Oraven coanty, North Carolina
situated noon and in Catfish Lake Poco-
sin, being fully described in the Petition
filed in the above entitled pnoceedings
to which reference is made for full de
scription of said land. Said petition be
ing duly filed in the office of the clerk
of the Superior court of Craven county
in the above entitled cause and in tbe
papers filed in said cause.
This May the 13th, 1002.
, ROMULUS A. NUNN,
A fair day's wages
for a fair days work
is right and just, but the wages must
be paid in good coin. 8o don't cheat
yonr horses by giving them inferior feed,
(let Spencer's, which is of the best and
uniform quality. Corn, oats, meal, etc.,
of the highest grade. ; .-
: V I BPEMCEirs, '
UttUkrketDock, New torn, N. &
BUSouj liver Pills, f
are purely vegetable and act by
stimulating the liver, causing increased
flow of bile and producing natural move
meats of the bowels. They do not pro
duce griping or sick storm h. Sure cure
lor UonstipHtion, t i nn cy, Heartburn
etc Price 25 cts. I. a: turedbyC.
D. Bradham, wholosale a.. . retail diu?-
ill riil '
overstocked on the following lines we T
sale onr entire line of Lawns, Dimi- a
89 Middle Street.
Screens, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream
Oils, Varnish, Enamels in Gold,
My Stock of
Is nearly exhausted, only a few left that
will be sold at SPOT FACTORY COST
A chance of a lifetime.
A few 36.0) Bicycles, will' close out;
at $11.00. Other good wheels at $13 6"
WM. T. HILL,
nC' Jl-93 Middle Street.
A Joyful Acceptance
is always given to an invitation to
ride in a Waters' carriage, as they are
renowned for their easy riding qualities,
as well as their stylish appearance. This!
combination can only accrue from a ve
hicle that is perfect in construction and
finish in every detail A better carriage
cannot be built than the genuine Waters'
buggy, rubber or steel tires. We built
anything you want. Lowest price when
quality is consmerea. .
O. U. Water s& Can,
78 Broad 8t, Niw Biri', N, C,
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