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(ayi the doctor to manycf his lady patlenta, because he doesn't
Jmow of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife, j ' ' .
xhat such a medicine exists, however, has "been proved by'the
wonderful cures performed on diseased women. In thousands of
cases, by .
It has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick women, and
has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of
Chronic Invalidism. It will cure you, if you will only give It a chance. .
;C ..Sold at every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Try it.
WHITE US A LETTER
freely nd frar.klv, in strictest auiti
taice, telling us all your troubles.
We will send Free Advice (in plain,
' sealed envelope). Address: LaJies'
Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
'Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER
"I wore a supporter for years, for
my womb, which had crowded every
tiiing down before it, writes Ars.S. J.
Chrisman, of Mannsville, N. Y. "I suf
fered untold misery and could hardly
walk. After taking CarJul I gave up
my supporter and can now be on my
etc nan a aay ai a nine.
OUR BAND IS APPRECIATED
I A & N C Reduced Rates
The Atlantic & North Carolina Com
pany have authorized reduced round
trip rates on the certificate plan as fol
lows:.' , i
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
church in the United States, Green
ville, S. C.
North Carolina Summer School, Ral
eigh, N. C, June 16, July 6th 1906.
Decoration Day, New Bern, N. C,
May 30th 1906,
. " Virginia Funeral Directors' Associa
tion Richmond, Va., May 16, to 18th,
North Carolina Bankers' Association
Lake Toxaway N. C, June 1 9th. 21st,
Council of the Diocese of East Caro
lina New uern, N. (J., May lo-iath
North Carolina State Board of Medi
na) Examiners and North Carolina State
Medical Society, Charlotte, N. C, May
83, June 1, 1906.
South Carolina Retail Hardware Asso
ciation, Columbia, S. C, June 12-14th
North Carolina Teachers Association,
Charlotte. N. C:, June 18-22, 1906,
No"th Carolina Teachers Assembly,
Raleigh, N. C, June 12th -151 h, 1903:
From Lilrange, $2 25; Kinston, 2.65;
Dover, 2.95; Newbern, 3.70; Newport,
4.55; Morehead City, 4.90; Beaufort,
Peabody College Summer School for
.Teaehra;.Vanderbilt University, Bibli
cal Institute, Nashville, Tenn.. June 11
"August 10, 1906: From LaGrange, $18.-
20; Kinston, 18 60; Dover, 18.HU; New
' n . n rr . T . . . i . r i
oern, ijj.oo; newpun, inure
w i v... OA oe Dn 01 in
IKHHJ VIVjT V.s3J, itWJWii fcl.AV.
United Order of TenU of the J. R.
G. and J. U., Danville, Va . May 22 25,
Annual Masonic Rally at Kinston, N.
C June 27th, 1906. . Tickets to be sold
June 26th and 27th. final limit June 28th
at the following reduced rates: From
Goldsboro, $1.15 Bests 75c; LaGrange,
65c: Falling Creek. 25c; New Bern, 1.45;
Newport. 2.55: Morehead City. 3.00;
Beaufort 3.25. On June 27ti., good on
ly on date of sale the following rates
LaGrange. 25: Dover, 25; Tuscarora,
45; New Bern, 70;Newport, 1.20; More-
head. City. 1.45; Beaufort, 1.70. Kates
from Intermediate stations in propor
'" 'General Conference Methodist Epis
copal church, South, Klrmingham, Ala.
May 3rd, June 1st, 1906.
" North Carolina Den'al Society, High
rolnt, May 18-23, 1906.
Commencement Exercises Peace In
stitute and Conservatory of Music Ral
eigh. May the 20th to . 23rd 1906.
From LaGrange, $2.90; Kinston, 3.45;
Dover, 3.85; New Bern, 4 85; Newport,
8.00; Morehead 6.45; Beaufort, 6 70.
H. C. HUDGINS,
Gen'l Freight Agt.
Special Rates via Southern Railway
Greenville, S. C, General Assembly
Presbyterian church in United States
May 17-26, rate one fare plus $2.00.
Hot Springs, Va., Southern Hard
ware Jobbers Association and. Amer
ican Hardware Manufacturers Associa
tion June 12-15. Rate one fare plus 25
Richmond, Va., Biennial Meeting G.
U. O. of O. F. (Colored) October 2-6.
Rate one fare plus 25 cents.
Atlanta,, Ga., Interstate Cotton Seed
Crushers Association May 15-17. Rate
one and one-third first class fare plus
25 cer.ts on certificate plan.
Birmingham, Ala., General Confer-
enee Methodist Lhurch soutn, May
;ird, June 1st. Rate fare plus 2T cents.
Memphis Tenn., General Conference
Colored Methodist Episcopal church
South May 2-31. Rate one fare plus 25
Washington. D. C, Negro Young;
Peoples Christian and Educational Con
gress July ;s-b. Kate one tirst class
fare plus 25 cents.
Knoxville, Tenn., Summer School of
the South June 19 July 27. Rate one
fare plus 25 cents.
Lexington, Ky., National Grand
Lodge United Brothers ofj Friendship
and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten July
30th, August 3rd. Kate one tare plus
Athens, Ga., University Summer
School June 25th, July 27th. Rate one
fare plus 25 cents.
Nashville. Tenn., Peabidv Summer
School for Teachers Vanderbilt Univer
sity Bible Institute, June 11th, August
10th. Kate one fare plus 25 cents.
Tuscaloosa, Ala., Summer School for
Teachers June 13th, July 24th. Kate
one fare plus 25 cents.
Monteaele. Tenn.. Monteacle Sun
day School Institute July 15th, August
5th. Kate one fare plus zd cents.
For exact rates dates and sale and
detailed information apply to nearest
southern Kailway ticket agent or ad
T. E. GREEN, C. T. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
A MuiIcjI Organizatloa That I Miking
, Good Every Day
The Knight of Pythias band has
reached a stage where the citizens
should be proud of it The organiza
tion has, dint Of hard work and faithful
practice, become: proficient as music
dispensers and their appearance on the
street will always be evidence that we
are to have some lively, stirring times.
Each time they give a concert they
show improvement and now New Bern
can boast one of the best bands in the
The leader, Prof Robinson, has drill
ed the boys splendidly and to him is due
much credit which they deserve. While
the members had received valuable in
struction, doubtless the very best under
the circumstances, the progress made
under the present leader is far greater
than any preceding him. He not only is
good instructor but he is an all
around musician of much talent.
When the baby talks, it is time to
give Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea.
It's the greatest baby medicine known
to loving mothers. It makes them eat,
sleep and grow. 35 cents, Tea or Tab
lets. For Sale by F. S. Duffy.
Cabbages in treat Demand
The market for cabbages is booming
and truckers are realizing handsome
profits on the vegetable. The demand
in the northern market appears to be
greater than the supply and the prices
are very gratifying. At the dock the
price paid was $1-50 to $1.75 and in
New York prices were $2.25 to $2.75.
About 1,000 crates were shipped on the
take with the shrinking ami
swelling of the wood and with the swaying
of the building. If it is not elastic it soon
looks seamy, cracks and breaks away, un
able to protect the surface which it is sup.
posed to cover.
The most elastic paint is Jure White
Lead and Pure Linseed Oil. It is so elas
tic, in fact, that a piece of soft white pine
so painted may be struck sufficiently hnrd
with a hammer to make a good-sized dent,
without cracking the paint at all.
Try it with a paint composed of zinc,
barvtes, etc, and see what happens.
which refuses to give under fl -J
the Lin nf the hammer.
will !.l!o refuse to ex
pand, and contract with
the wod under the action of the sim, the
ram and the snow.
To make sure of a paint which will not
look seamy, crack and lose its hold, specify
Putt White Lm4
,Md br the Old Dutch Prooeaa
and Pure Linseed Ofl.
Sen) for 4 booklet eootainlAg Ktntl handsome
reproduction! ot actual homos, offering valuable
UKOOMtLoba for a color aoheme In painting joar
hooee. A Cert for paint parity Is also given.
JOHN T. LEWIS St BROS. CO.
iJt South Frost St., Philadelphia, Pa,
CITY WINS OUT
For Sale by All Dealers.
SHORT PASSING EVENTS.
A Defendant In s Damage Cast the Jury
Finds Her Nut Guilty. '
The case of Watson Vd the city of
Nt-w Bern, the trial of which was noted
in yesterday's Journal was completed
yesterday at. noon, and the jury after
about two hours deliberation brought in
a verdict for the defendant.
The case was important and much in
terest was taken in the t.ame. As is
well known the case was brought to re
co.er damages alleged to have been
made to the plaintiff's property by rea
son of a great amount of water turned
on hii land bv the city's drain?. The
city coitfnded that they had not diver
ted any water from its natural flow,
and that all water which bv stopping
of ihf sewer backed on plaintiff's prop
erty would go there naturally, and
Ihnt but for the city sewer his occasion
al troubles would be the regular thing
after every rain.
. 11 tha evidence shewed that there
was no natural channel for flow of wa
ter from these lots whi.'h is a part of an
oM pond eNtenilinpr un what is known as
"Frig pond" or Taylor's Circle. The
first lotirissucs submitted to the jury
were practically one in meaning, and
all were addressed to the question of
the diversion of water from its natural
flow. The jury answered these four in
favor of the city. The sixth issue rela
ted to contributcay negligence of the
plaintiff. The city contended the plain
ti(F, bought a "hole in the ground" be
cause it was cheap, and notwithstand
ing he knew it was unfit for building
lots, built houses upon it, thereby con
tributing to his own injury. This issue
was also found in favor of the city.
The suit was for the sum of $5000.
Married on Shoo Fly Train
A few evenings ago as the Sboo Fly
train on the A. & N. C. railway left
New Bern, west bound, Capt Will Hin-
nant noticed a colored couple in the
second class car, who seemed some
what nervous. Before the train had
gope more than a few miles, the same'.
couple stood up in the car, while a col
ored preacher declared them to be man
and wife. The marriage license had
been secured in New Bern, but as the
woman, who was going, had feared in
terference, the couple had decided to
take the train for Dover, get married,
and then go to Kinston. As the
preacher found on the tiain there was
no need to stop in the county, so the
couple were married on the train, be
fore it reached Tuscorora. They got
off at Kinston to enjoy their honey
Bean tha HaYB tlwaW BotlfjM
The Anderson Water, Light and
Power Company at Portman Shoals,
near was destroyed by fire. The loss
is said to be about $75,000.
Vl.. A fan. Jtr Miffh fni-nlino f im
""pany will commence the sale of Satur
day week end and Sunday excursion
tickets to Morehead City and Beaufort,
. and return, Saturday and Sunday, May
12, and 13th. continuing each Saturday
and Sunday thereafter during the sea
" eon o 1905. .to;,,...v;:
Special Sunday excursion trains, In
addition to the regular double daily ser-
tlce, will-be operated commencing Sun
day Jujie 10. ; Tickets will be good on
reruuur and special trains.
Surf bathing at Morehead City will
commence June 2nd, by which time
bathing beach facilities will be entirely
renovated and proper boat service be
". tween Atlantic hotelnd the beach will
be Inaugurated. Meals will be served
at the bathing beach and the service
greatly improved over what it has been
jn the 'past Pending this arrange
ment Saturday and Sunday excursion
ists will be properly taken care of in
' Morehead City. '
" - R. E. L. BUNCH.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the Co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the firm
name and style of Coast Line Meat
Market is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. J M Spencer retiring from
said firm. The business is to be con
tinued by the said Isaac Cohen unde
the old firm name. Ad persons 'indebt
ed to said firm will!settle with bp' S M
Spencer, who is hereby author .ed to
collect all said accounts and receipt for
the same. : All debts hereafter con
tracted are to be on the credit of the
said Isaac Cohen, the said J M Spencer
hereby giving notice that he will not
be liable on any such new accounts and
contracts. - All debts due by said firm
are assumed by the said J. M. Spencer.
This the 11th day of May 1906.
J. M. SPENCER.
; : ISAAC COHEN
The undersigned IsaacCohen . hereby
expresses his thanks to the public for
their past patronage and solicits a con
tinuance of the tame '
' ISAAC COHEN.
Means an irregular focusing of rays of
light on the retina (or mirror) of the
eye, i. e, the vertical rays may focus
on the mirror and the horizontal behind
or in front of it, this is an unequal ex
penditure or distribution of nerve force
which means headache, neralgia, ina
bility to read or study for any length
of time, the muscles being in a con
stant cramp or strain to overcome the
defect in order that clear vision may
be maintained, this error unless slight
usually results in very defective vision
and upon correction by glasses opens
up a new world, one patient remarking
he was afraid of the glasses they
made me see like a telescope."
J. O. BAXTER,
New Bern, N. C
. Atlantic Hotel .
The Atlantic Hotel at Morehead will
open up June first under the personal
management of Mr. Frank P. Morton,
1 lately of the Princess Ann Virginia
Beach and . the past two- seasons the
Hotel Franklin in the beautiful sap
phire country he has engaged for the
season the celebrated Ebem orchestra,
who will furnish the music tha- ent ire
season, the bookings and engagements
for the season ehow a large increase of
patronage for this well known resort.
For further information write - , .-.
' Acting Secretary Newberry severely
v acores the court-martial which refused
to correct its findings in the case of
Lieut John A: Schofleld. . "v -
Atlantic Hotel, ,
Al'.vays Rciaciaeef the v& nams
fixative !)romo (Quinine
Qrrcs Q Cold in One Day, Grip iuTiva
You cannot have good health unless
your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys
filter the blood 'of impurities which
otherwise act as irritating poisons and
break down the delicate organs of the
body and cause serious trouble. If you
have kidney or bladder trouble and do
not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you will
have only yourself to blame for results
as it possitively cures all forms of kid
ney and bladder diseases. For sale by
The Journal acknowledges receipts of
college commencement invitations to
the Atlantic Christian College at Wil
son May 13 to 17, and to Greensboro
Female College May 20 to 23.
An account of Thursday nigh 's ger
man will appear in Sunday's issue.
Pictures of the Odd Fellows Orphan
age at Goldsboro and also the Borne for
aged and infirm Odd Fellows which was
dedicated Wednesday are on exhibition
in J B Holland '8 store window. They
ars models of beauty and convenience.
J. A. Lawson, a colored man was ar
rested at the A. &. N. C. station Fiiday
afternoon upon the arrival of the east
bound train, for having pacxages of li
quor in his possession that fell under
suspicion. Two bags containing four
jugs twelve gallons of 'John Barleycorn'
constituted the capture. The great
quantity of stock on hand did the work.
Lawson was taken to the city hall,
where he asserted among other things
that he was strictly a law-abiding citi
zen, had gone to LaGrange on Friday
morning to purchase the liquor to use
in the manufacture of lion medicine and
incidentally as a beverage for his own
nse. Also that he lived nine miles
from the city ard intended to take his
"liquid joy" away Saturday morning
to his home. Friends came forward
and vouched for the truth of the state
ments and Lawson was permitted to
depart expressing unbounded gratitude
to the mayor for the permission and
restoration of his property, which wil
ling hands volunteered to help him take
The next Grand Lodge of Odd Fel
lows will be held at Elizabeth City.
Work on the new pipe organ at the
Methodist church had advanced so far
as to give a good idea or how it win
look when completek. The lower part
is all enclosed and the double key board
is in position.
Rev J J Dougla4s pastor of the Taber
nacle Baptist church who has been quite
ill is recovering.
Mr. Stewart Calloway has sold his
barber shop to Messrs. F. A. Gaskill
and C. W. Harrington. The latter will
be manager of the shop and the same
accommodations wili continue as have
been in the past The new firm will
take possession Monday.
Admission to the Little Tycoon to
night 60 cents all over the house.
The Richest Man in the World.
The richest man in the world cannot
have his kidneys replaced nor live with
out them, so it is important not to neg
lect these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign of dan
ger, the symptoms will disappear and
your health will be restored, as it
strengthens and buils up these organs
as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman,
Lebanon, Ky., writes: "I have used
Foley's Kidney Cure and take great
pleasure in stating it cured me perma
nently of kidney disease, which cer
tainly weuld have cost me my life.
For sale by Davis' Pharmacy.
W. H. Sylvester, president of the
First National Bank of Montezuma,
Ind., was shot and killed by his brother,
who is believed to be insane.
A Mountain of Cold.
could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as
did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when it completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg, which had tortur
ed her 23 long years. Greatest anti
septic healer of Piles, Wounds, and
Sores. 25c at all Drug Stores.
The Salvation Army was severely
scored in an address before the National
Conference of Charities and Corrections,
which convened in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Sue Martin, an old highly re
spected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was
sick with stomach trouble for more than
six months. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets cured her. She says:
"I can now eat anything I ant and am
the proudest woman in the world to find
such a good medicine.,' For Sale by
Davis.Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy.
A week of pleasure and enjoymene
is assured for the theatre goers of
New Bere, in the shape of Slater's
Comedians as presented by Messrs.
Cowan and Schloss all next week, and
no expense has been spared to get the
best company at popular prices, that
could.be procured in the nsrth. The
opening bill, "Under The Stars and
Stripes," is a play patriotic in style,
yet full of clean eomedy and not a
moment -of dull diologne, but full of
action, beautiful cenery and fine as
semble work, and between the acts
high class vaudeville, in fact though
some of the titles of the plays may
sound a bit stagy and melo-dramatic,
thu management assures that all horse
play and wholesale murders, have been
entirely eliminated. 1 he tickets are
now on sale at the box office and will
positively be open each day at Waters'
from 9 30 a. m. to 6 p. m.
C ASTOR I A
: For Infants and Children, -
Tha Kind Yea H:t3 A"::ys C::;
Sciatica Cured After Twent , Yean of Tor
lure , -
for more than twenty years Mr. J.
B. Maasey, of 3322 Clinton St, Minnea
polis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica.
The pain was Buffering which he en
dured during this time is beyond com
prehension. ? Nothing gave him any
permanent relief until he used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. One application
of that liniment relieved the pain and
made sleep and rest possible, and less
than one bottle has affected a perma
nent cure. If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why not try a 25-cent bot
tle of Pain Balm and see for yourself
how quickly it relives the pain. For
sale by Davis Pharmacy and F. S. Duf
The Paper trust withdrew from the
United States the cour.t proceedings
andthe government wins on all poieta
Deiths from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ratio that the use
ef Dr. King's New Life Pills Increases.
They save you from danger and bring
quick and painless release from con
stipation and the ills growing out of it
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. - Guaranteed by all Druggists.
25c. Try them. y
The "Cannon Ball" train of Norfolk
and Western Railway jumped the track
at Falling Creek, Va., and narrowly es
caped a complete wreck.
Basis tao 1M Kinfl toil Haw Mays
Rev. E. Sanford, of New York, spoke
before the General Conference of the
Southern Methodist church, favoring a
union of the church with the Northern
Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which lias beett
Au nse for over SO years, has borne the signature .e?
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy
Allow no one to deceive yon in thilfc -
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are b -Experiments
that trifle with and endanger the health of
Wants and Children Experience against Experiment ,
What' is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Pare;
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. . It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio'
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYQ
Bears the Signature of
Tbe Kind Ton Have Always BoajM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
- tms OKirrftuR ooanv. tt munRAY tcct. New to aw cm.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 11, 1906.
Not It at Rich at Hockeftllar.
If you had all the wealth of Rocke
feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
could not buy a better medicine for
bowel comriainta than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The most eminent physician can not
prescribe a better preparation for colic
and diarrhoea, both for children and
adults. The uniform success of this
remedy has shown it to be superior to
all others. It never tails' and when
reduced with water and sweetened, is
pleasant to take. Every family should be
supplied with it. Sold by Davis Phar
and F. S. Duffy.
Mr. Josenh Leiter, of "wheat cor-
.. - , i f
ner tame, was suqpenaea irum mum-
bership in the Chicago Board of Trade,
Bocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Bnay Modlolna for Boiy Pwpla.
Brlnn Ooldra Health and Renewed Vigor.
'A anulfln .,r!n.HnAtlim ltldlMStlOIl. I.lf
mil Kidney Troubles. Hinplca. Eceiwi, liilpura
BIikmI. Bail Breath, Hiiurglnh Howela, Headwh
ami HiwkRCbe. H'a Riicky Mountain Tea In Un
let form. 85 cents box. Urnuina inaae djp
'0LMTsa Daxa Company, Mclin, win.
LB EN NUGGETS FOB SALLOW PEOPLE
Mrs. Francis Burton Harrison, the
New York woman who was killed in an
automobile accident, left an estate
valued at over $4,000, 000.
Do Not bt ImpOMd Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar aa a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of
fered as no other preparation will give
the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxa
tive. It contains no opiates and
safest for children and delicate persons,
136 108 112 !
Daily. Daily. Daily, i
P M AM AM
2 3D 7 20 1 30
f -i 43 f 7 33 f 1 41
2 55 7 48 2 00 i
3 00 7.53 2 05i
3 10 8 05 2 18
3 15 8 10 2 23
3 20 8 15 2 29
3 32 8 27 2 4E
f 3 44 f 8 38 2 57
3 53 8 47 3 08
4 05 9 00 3 22
4 30 9 20 3 52
4 38 9 30 4 02
f 4 46 f 9 37 f 4 12
5 01 9 51 4 27
5 13 10 02; 4 40
5 39 10 30j 5 15
5 54lfl0 45f 5 33
6 00!fl0 51 f 5 40
6 12 11 02 5 54 I
6 25lfll 18 f 6 09 !
6 43! 11 30 6 29
6 49: 11 36 f 6 35 !
7 02 11 48 f 6 46 :
7 12 f 12 03 '
f 7 301 12 2o 7 15 I
M PM ' AM I
0 GREENSBORO .
Hi Elon College... ,
26 Haw River
57i East Durham. .
61 Brassfield !f 9 37f 4
6J, Morrisvilie ! 9 13 f 3
f 6 15!
f 5 10
f 5 17!
f 4 02
f 2 35
8 20 f 3 06, 11 231.
8 08 2 55', 11 081.
f 8 42
f 8 22
7 55 f 2 40
7 45 2 25'
7 36' 2 12
7 26 2 01
7 14 f 1 49
7 00 1 35
f 9 551
73: GARY 9
f- RALEIGH :
Garner 8 26if 3 12!
This condensed schedule is published as information and is subject to change
without notice to the publvc. - .
Trains Nos, 112 and ltw connect ai uoiusuom wnn miamic uasiiiim
trains, both Southbound and Nortnnouna; anu witn Auanuc ana iNonn uarcumt
trains for Morehead City and intermediate points.
Train No. Ill connects at Greensboro with tram No. 33 for Charlotte, Coram
bia and Jacksonville. No. 37 solid Pullman train, drawing room sleepers New
York to New Orleaiwand Memphis, also lor winsion-ftaiem, wimesooro,
ville and local stations. . '
Train No. 117 handles through coach between ttaieign, onase wj ana
Richmond, where close connection is made with Washington bouthern Kailway
for Washington and Eastern cities.
Train No. 107 connects at uurnam ior uxiuru, uiaae wij nu luumwiw,
University Station for Chapel Hill daily except Minday; at ureensboro wia
train No. 36 for Washington and points North, close connection for ttinaton-
alem, Hiph Point, Salisbury, Uliariotte ana lncermeaiaie aiauons. ' .
Train No. 135 connects at Greensboro with No. 39 for Charlotte, Columbia
and Jacksonville; No. 35 for Atlanta and all points South and Southwest; No.
34 and 38 for Washington and all points North; connection is also made at Sali.
kira ,w Wooforn Nnrt.h Carolina points,
H. Hardwick, P. T, M. W. H. tayloe, u. r. a.
Washington, D. C.
t. L. Vbenon, T. P. A, 1.
Charlotte, N. C.
H. B, Spenceh, G,PI
E. Green, C. T. A.
Raleigh, N. C
New Stock Horses Arrived.
We have just received a fine lot of
horses suitable for farm work or dri
ving, which we wil sell at reasonable
prices. 1 ''-
We have also a f uU line of WagonaJ
Buggies, Harness, and everything
usually kept in an up-to-date stable. ;
We will make Terms Righ - - ;
C H DIGGM & CO..
66 Broad St
New Bern, It JO
J. M. ARNOLD,
' Livery, Feed, Sale and Exchange Stables.
Largest and Finest Stock of Horses and Mules ever offered in New Bern.
A ear load of each just received. Complete line of Buggies, Wagons, Harnesa,
Robes, Whips and Cart Wheels.
- ' Hahn's Old Stable. Middle Street.
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For sals by Davis Pharmacy.
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