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THE DURHAM JJALLY GLOI3E, THUESDAY, JUNE 22.
im MTkQ PIP "HAY
I I W Ak3 A DlJ 1
The ExCUrsiapist8 at Raleigh Had
rri TUir Wnv
Things Their Way.
Nothing Mtrred the Htppiiesfl of the ;
Day and All Happy.
RETURN IN TIME TO MISS SHOWER
What the New Ud wnnerver ronnu j
u rote d Printed About !
tlie Affair.
Yesterday morning presented a scene
of lively interest at the Richmond and
Danville depot. About live hundred little
people and friends hud assembled in pic
nic garb to enjoy in the most nonchalant
manner a day at Brookside park. The
crowd had been underestimated, neces
sitating an additional coach, which se
cured comfort f r all the aisle standers.
Weather prophets expected a disareea-
hie, rainy day, but the clouds favored
and rendered the trip the more pleasant. ;
It is sale to say a happier, brighter com- j
pany never pulled out from Durham.1
... .,, ,
The run was made in an hour without
1
accident. Arriving at the union aepoi,
which, by the way, is a credit to all con
cerned, we were met by a large number
of Raleigh friends, among them Rev. J.
N. Cole, W. J. Young and J. J. Brown,
of Edenton Street church ; W. N. Snel
lings and Kev. L. Branson, of Central
church ; S. W. Brewer and W. IT. Dodd,
First Baptist church; N. B. Brought on,
T. B. Moseley, J. C. Birdsong and J. M.
Broughton, Tabernacle Baptist church ;
W. C. Stronach, Presbyterian church;
Major K. S. Tucker and others represent
in 4 : the citizens of Raleigh. The greet
ings were tfuly hospitable and cordial
and will always be recalled with senti
ments of highest appreciation.
Mr. S. W. I luff, manager of the Raleigh
Street Railway company, took charge of
the visitors at this point, and with com
mendable enterprise, having provided
sufficient accommodations, literal trans
ferred the entire company to his train
and in a few minutes introduced us to
t he famous Brookside the scene of desti
nation. This beautiful park is owned by
the railway company, and surely it never
appeared to better advantage than on
yesterday. The main entrance, walk
ways and pavilions were tastefully dec
orated ; the sloping, grassy lawns were in
fine condition ; the pond, though slightly
muddy, proved of never failing interest
to the swimmers and boaters ; the swings
made glad the hearts of the smaller girls
and boys, while the cool, retired nooks
and dense foliage of the giant oaks satis
tied alike the desires of the maiden fair
and mature matron upon a day in June
when the thermometer ranged in the
nineties and when all that conspires to
comfort is at a premium
Through the courtesy of Messrs. W. W.
L'pchurch and R E. Lumsden, here and
there could be found barrels of ice water
and tubs of lemonade, and it was a picnic
in itself to see the travelers empty them
there was enough for each and enough
for all. And so for the dinner, that in
dispensable adjunct of such a day. The
master of arranger, ,f. C Piper, assisted
by the ladies, furnished, from the baskets
of course, a most satisfying and enjoya
ble meal, and no doubt felt, with all of
us, grateful to the gentlemen who had
constructed a tabic for him upon which
to display his goods and goodies. In the
afternoon the city and Pullen park were
visited, and altogether a most charming
day was spent.
Trinity Sunday school would vote its
highest encomiums to Manager Huff, not
only for giving reduced rates upon the
street car tickets to its members, but for
his constant personal attention and care
in avoiding accident and insuring the
greatest of pleasure. Aud so fir all who
so graciously contributed to their enjoy
ment, especially those mentioned above
and Col. A. F. Rage and Mr. and Mrs
George F. Wynne.
The Raleigh News and Observer says:
Durham captured Raleigh yesterday,
and for over se ven hours had the free
dom of the city. Trinity Methodist
Sunday School, about 500 strong, reached
the union depot at Dioiia. hi. They were only remedy of its kind ever pro
nut by a large crowd of our people, and I duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
specially by a delegation consisting of ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
N Ii. Broughton, W. J. Young, J. t; its action and truly beneficial in its
Brown, W. c. Sronach, Maj. R. 8. effects, prepared only from the most
Tu. ker, Col. A. F. Page, )V. N. Sntlliogs, healthy and agrccahle substances, its
Geo. W. Wynne, s W. ilrewer, J. M. niany excellent qualities commend it
Broughton, R. U. Dodd, J C. Birdsong, i to & an( have made it the mosl
T. Ii. Moseley and others. popular remedy known.
The Sunday school, with Capt. E. J. &.vruP OI Figs is for sale in 50c
Parrish as superintendent; James II. a?d 1 by all leading dmg-
Southgate, assistant superintendent and glStS T liable druggist who
Col. J. S t'arr, superintendent of ne ; may 0t haVG 2 $n hand wU1 P' '
primary departmem had provided for ' "rf 11 Pptly for any one who
their eicurrfon b selecting a corps ot 2 D DOt
excellent marshals and committees a9 M. -
follows: CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Dr. J. C. Brown, chief marshal ; assis-1 lmimMM J1-
ftants J. 8. Butch, IT. M. Wahb, C. E.
. ! crabtree, L. W. Grissom, T. J. Xambe,
A. B. Cox, W. A. Gattis, with James
Gattis and VV. A. Muse as conductors;'
Messrs. W. B. Ferrell, J. G. Piper, T. M.
Stephens Un E T Parrisb M DrJ
Carr, Mrs. Dr. Brown and Mrs. Lou
Leathers as commi: tee on refreshment-.
Kaleigh Pythian Band had been en
! gaged to furnish music, and as the train
steamed into the station the excursionists
were greeted with lively strains of wel-
i i fnmf mnsie iiPHiieri v me ; u me
-
school marched up Dawson to Hillsboro
street, where Manager Huff had congre-
gated all of his cars. Ample accommo- j
dation was given for aT, and with the
band plaing and handkerchiefs waving,
the ride was taken to Brookside Park, j
The park had 1 een beautifully deco
rated and seats prepared, ice water pro
vided hv the Tabernacle Sunday school
and lemonade hy Edenton Stieet Sunday
school of this city, awaited the visitors.
Soon Brookside was a scene of joy and
v.,,. l,ot rUJn.r a um m m ; n rr cti-Jncr 1
beauty. Boat riding, swimming, swing-
in" quoit pitching, mace hoop throwing, J
F-' 1 1 fa'f f ,f
etc , etc , engaged the young peop e, while :
the older ones gave themselves to looking ;
afte, the pleasure of others and enjoying
a day of rest and recreation.
At 12:30 dinner was spread on the long
line of tables provided by Manager Huff,
1 . '
of the street car service, .nd although
the crowd was largell were abundantly
supplied with the vc rv best of picnic
1 K 1
food
The afternoon was spent in sigbt see
ing, viitintr Pullen park, etc , and at
o'clock our visitors took their departure,
leaving behind them many regrets that
their stay was so short and the hope that
they would do so again.
With Trinity Sunday school was the
pastor of the church, Kev. Mr. Heaman ;
Rev. Mr. Johnston, of Carr's chapel;
Kev. Mr. Jenkins, of Durham circuit;
Capt. V. Ballard, superintendent of Main
Street Methodist Sunday school; Rev.
Mr. Wellons, of the Christian church, and
other invited guests.
Many of our people visited Brookside
park during the day, and contributed all
in their power to make the stay of our
guests pleasant to all.
In this connection we believe Raleigh
affords as mnny places of interest as ex
cursionists will lind anywhere, and that
it would be hard to find a more delight
ful place for a picnic than Brookside
park, with its abundant shade, large pa
vilion, lake, etc.
The good order and perfect decorum
of our guests on yesterday was of course
expected, but we feel that the manage
ment of so large a party deserves special
praise.
After Breakfast
To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood,
and give nerve, bodily and digestive
strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Con
tinue the medicine after every meal for a
month or two and you will feel "like a
new man." The merit of Hood's Sarsa
parilla is proven by its thousands of won
derful cures. Why don't you try it ?
Hood's Pills cure constipation. They
are best after dinner pill and family ca
thartic. STILL BUYS IT.
George 'aiMierbilt Still Dips Into North
Carolina Dirt.
AsHSVlLLE, June 21. Geo. W. Van
derbilt has just concluded the purchase
of 20,000 acres of land in the "Pink beds
section" of Henderson and Transylvania
counties, N. C. The purpose of the pur
chase is to make one of the finest game
preserves in the world. Game keepers
are already in charge of the property,
and every farm house on the estate has
been torn down. The property is only a
few miles from the Vanderbilt residence
here.
When traveling, always take a cake of
of Johnson's Oriental Soap with you;
diseases are often raught from using
hotel soap. Sold by W. M. Yearby.
OIVI3 ENJOYS
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the svs
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Svrun of Fitrs is the
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
The following graphic; statement will be
read with Intense Interest: "1 cannot descaibe
the numb, creepy sensation Unit existed in my
those parts until they were -ore, to overcome
j rmt. -i n f
s ana legs. 1 had to rub ana oe:it
in a rnesure the uead feeling that uau taken
possession of them. In addition, I had a
strange weakness In my hack and around my
waist, together with an indescribable 'gone'
feeling in my stomach. Physicians said it
; " 1 t r kl.l.
7;
relief. Once it fastens upon a person, they
say.it continues its 'insidious progress until
it reaches a vital point and the sufferer die-.
Such was my prospect. I had been doctoring
a year and a half steadily, but with no par
ticular benefit, when I saw an advertisement
of I)r Miles' Restorative Nervine, procured a
bottle and began using it. Marvelous as h
may seem, but a few days had passed before
everv bit of that creenv feeling had left me,
there has m
indication of its
nut been even the slightest)
return. 1 now feel as
wen hs i eer uiu, riuu ii.it t- .niivu i n
ii t .. ,i 1,
gained ten
pounds m weight, though t had run uown
from 17to 1'iT. Four others have used Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine on my recomen
dat ion, and ii has been as satisfactory in their
cases as in mine." .lames Kane, La line, O.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is sold by all
druggists on a positive guarantee, or sent
direct by the Dr. Miles Medical "o., Elkhart,
Did., on receipt of price, 81 per bottle, six
bottles for .". express prepaid. It i. free frarn
opiates or dangerous drugs.
Sold by W. M tfearby, Durbani.
THE GREAT PROGRESS OF ELECTRICITY.
Medical & Surgical Institute
for thp Treatment of Chronic,
WenrMM,Vwifrffal,Spectoll
Irivut, Female, ami
Kurgrical IMftemwen. CUBE
.il'AKAXTEKJ in all casra
sirr;inged and taken. S-rul four
cents In stamps f r book on
above diseases, and bow to
cure them. Call or address,
DR. ALBERT F. SNELL & CO.,
Mention this paper. knOSVUie, Ttnn.
W J
f';or stimulants which lead to Inflnnity, Consumption and
,'venientto carry in vest pocket, liy m:iil prepaid in pli
address for 11 each, or for i With every ! oi
BEFORE AND AFTKlt I S10. Address A EBVE
For Sale in Durham, N. C by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. rEARBY
Druists.
h.
I MAN .
with avrrittOT gucrantce t
ory. LcssofBran Power,!
Lack of Confidence, I . rv
i the Generative Organs
errors, or excessive ese f
to Infirmity, Conr-nmpt5 :.
vest pocket. Sent bv ;r.uil
for $5. tWiticrerjSSord
1
MORE
BEFORE AND AFTER USING.
ECzev. Lircnlar J i
For Sale hy XV. M. Yearby.
OBSERVE THE RACKET!
J-F ON, MacDUFF T
All competitors knocked out on the first round by W. K. T. . Flour
and Pure Florida Cigars. In addition to these leaders. I claim to carry
one oi' the complctcst LINES of Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Fruits. Con
fectioneries. Snuff, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars ami Glassware; also Plain
and Decorated Table and Toilet Ware kept by any house in the city, on
which I guarantee prices, wholesale or retail.
Give me a trial. Goods delivered f. o. b. car.- or anywhere in the
city limits,
Remember the Racket, corner Mangum and Parrish Streets.
. II. PROCTOR.
HARRIS LITHIA WATER!
O-
A Water that
uieri)r to any other Water in the Cnited State-, which
is shown bv the following Analysis:
ITS SPECIFIC GRAVITY IS 60 DEGREES F.
VI C II M SrLPHATl .
I iU iU M LFHATE,
OliIl M slM'HATK.
IH KLUItlDK.
SOD113I BICAKBOXATK,
LITHIUM BK'ABBONATE,
MAGXSI1 M IIICARBO i I
IRON BICARBUNATE,
SILICA
PHOSPHORIC V III.
LOSS ON U.MTION.
SOLID DRIED AT nu: DEGRE1 I ..
CAKBOMC At ID IN BICARBONATE,
The water i clear, odorless, and slightly acid. Aaalystt made by R. OGDN
DOREM18, M. 1), LL. I), l'rr.!e5?or of Chemistry and Pbysice College, Citv of
New York, October ?, 18V1. " " 3
This Water has no e-iual in the United States for Curing Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Liver Complaint, Nattaea, Dropsy, Gout, Hheumatism, liiseases of the Kidney
ami Bladder, Hsaauirii and Cat amen ial Derangemenu, Diseases of the Blood.
BRANCH OFFICE, SHIPPING POINT,
CXHVI71IBIA, . C. HAJRKia SFBIXGS.
G. C. HABEWICHT, Proprietor.
S10 GETS S20 EVERY POP
AT
Cole's N. Y. Racket
i
Merchants say fcbef mre per cent and
freight in buj ing from a, and they mean ." '
per cent ui coarse wnen they say 29 per cent. .
v eii. our customers say mat we ure jun mii-
! nin things out right and left on i pood, honest
goods at half prices and leas. How can you
sell mi cheap'.- is an every day question, wow
see them go down to where some may famt or
close doors. ..."' glove-ritting shoe, $L&8;
fgjOO glove fitting shoe. SUB; S1.7S glove-rit-
; ting shoe, 98 cents. Thesehoes are warranted
solid leather throughout ;nd wear with per
fect else. Ribbons! Ribbons! No comparison
' in price, they are so much below any house on
the globe, we have increased ribbons over
i double and can give all shade. " inch all silk
aamh rihtmn. Xi rants, worth T-" cents to si 0t :
PJ-inch all silk moire ribton. r-JS eents. worm
25 to 80 cents ; No. 2 all silk moire ribbon only
It cents, worth 35 to 4'J anywhere : No. 5 G. G.
S. E. ribbon 2 cents ; No. 12 G. G. 8. E. ribion
oid v 5 cent. Ladies" black hose, warranted
i standees, on 10 cents, worth 25 cents; cream
and white ladies and childreus nose only 10
cents, worth M to " cents. Keal good gilt
I edge note paper 5 cents a quire ; envelopes to
i match 5 cents a pack or 10 packs for r cents.
Black and cream silk laces hall prices ana less.
French shoe polish, 5 cents. Hwan's down, i
cents a box, worth la cents, white or pink.
These irice should wake the world alive and
hrintf merchants, millional eS and all from
evey quarter. This war lor the grand rush
and iuin s'uie money with you. Terms cash
on lelivery.
Wholesale and Retail H.Y. Racket
Underbuyera and Cndersellers of All.
LUMBER, LUMBER.
We are now prepared to furnish Durham
and other points all kinds of Lumber.
HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE
A T SHORT NOTICE.
A.nd as cheap as any dealer. Also, we
arry in stock all kinds of
Dressed Celling and Flooring,
S!-.in,'e and Lath.H.
Conn unci Bee us. Office, next to Wright 4
Merrick's barber Shop, Mam street.
r. HOWELL & r;o..
Werve Socds,"'
all nervosa diseases, Fiirh ns Weak Memory, 1. ,.. of ISrain Power;
Hpaduehe, Wakeiulnen, lot MaohoM, 5i"LKht!v Emislon,
Quicknew, Kvll Dreatiis, S,i,ck of Confidence, SepvoHnc,
an drains and loss ot power in Oenerauve Orjrans of either sex ca'.:tjd
by over exertion, youihf'nl errors, excessive use of tohueco. or.ium
Insanity. Ccn-
;!ain box to any
(wrilten enarantce tocurc wreluml tlie money.) For sale by
nil driienista. Awk for it unit jionerif, nn ntimr niim.Al! I'.-T?'.5
SKEWCO., Afusonie TeHplcTc'blcu3, 111.
c n
v. ..5-. s E 1. Ck.
S . . I ' ! ' - the wonderful remedy is sold
-. : '1 on r .a.- 'Ji.-e.u cj sueh us V.'tik Mem
: .' Ianhs d, Nightly L missions, Evil I reair.s
r La situcie. ail drains and loss of power
i rse.tr; scd Ly over exertion, youthful
; ,(-.!:.: t : . .:.r.iants vhich soon lead
J nsani .", Pnt up convenient to carry in
a p
:: , acl; ce to an - idress for fthorC
-: "3 s rritica guarsates lor:.r8crre."usd the
CO. York.
Mi
n Rfiit if l,i i-'.
GRAflTS.
100.463 Imp. Gallon.
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0.700
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SPECIAL SALE
OF
WHITE G
Those who desire to se-
pL. . Dl Wliifo
Cure C HOICC lliUll Willie
I. awns, Check Muslins, Fine
Dimities in Stripes and
Checks. Dotted Swiss, Etc.,
should not delay making se
lections at
Ellis, Stone & Co
We have opened a new
White Goods Department,
and are offering the newest
and most popular goods at
closing out price.
I IT Special Sale of White
(loods and Embroideries at
Ellis, Stone & Co
1 24 Main Street.
VALUABLE DURHAM PE0PEHTY !
MORTGAGEE'S SALE !
Hy virtue of the nqortgaae deed from John
S. LOCkhart and wife to J. S. Carr, dat f -1 tin
13th day of November. 1888, which is duly reg
istered in book No. 12 ( mortgages) , pages :.'.
to :nti, in the ilice of the register of deeds for
Durham eoumy. and pursuant to the power of
sale therein granted, the undersigned will, on
Monday, the 4th Day of Sept., '93,
at 12 o'clock m., at the court house door in
Durham, N C, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, the following described valu
able improved real estate, lituvted in the town
Of Durham, N. C, to-wit :
1. The "THE BANNEB WAREHOUSE
LOT," which fronts on the north side ot Main
Street and runs across from Main street to
(ireen street and two (2) chains and twenty
eight 88) links, or about one hundred and titiy
tl-"U feet wide. S lid warehouse lot is situated
in the very centre of the business portion of
Im ham and otters a splendid opport unity for
in estment.
2. The "W ATKINS STREET PRIZK
BOITaifi lot," bounied on the north by w.
K. Cooper's lot, on the west by l. Lea k lot,
on the south byWatkins street, and on the
east by Foster street, containing one third of
an acre, more or leas. This property is also
favorably located and is very valuable.
.5. The ".J. S. LOCKHART RESIDENCE
LOT," situated at what may be called tbeeasl
end of Main street in Durham, and containing
one acre, more or leas, adjoining the residence
lots of S.T.Morgan and J. 8. Carr. This lot
has a very choice location, is well improved,
and the residence and improvements thereon
are in good condition, offering to the pur
chaser an eligible location an i one of the most
convenient ami comfortable family residences
in Durham.
TERMS OF SALE One half cash and Un
balance on a credit of six months, with inter
est on deferred payment at H per cent per an
num from day ot sale. Title reserved as secu
rity lor deferred payment.
J. 8. CARR,
Durham. N. C, June P. '9:j. Mortgagee.
NOTICE I
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Lynehhurg and Dur
ham Railroad Company will be lichl
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 30,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the odice of
the First National Bank, in the city
of Lynchburg, Va.
All Stockholder.- are hereby noti-
af
tied to attend.
W. C. HOUSTON. .IK.,
President.
University of North Carolina!
EQUIPMENT Faculty of LV) teachers. 11
buildings, 7 scientific laboratories, library of
'jU,oi 0 volumes. :( students.
INSTRUCTION Five general courses, '
brief courses, professional courses In law,
medicine, engineering and chemistry, op
tioual courses.
expenses Tuition. tao peryear. Scbolar
shijis and loans for the needy.
Address PRESIDENT WINSTON.
Chapel Hill, N. t
AGENTS WANTED
For the only authorized
Biography of James 6. Blaine,
By Gail Hamilton, his literary executor, with
the CO-Opetatton Of his family, and lor Mr.
Blaine's aieat History, Twenty rears of Con
gress." and his later book, "Political Discus
sions." One prospectus tor The three boo..-.
Exclusive territory given. Write tor terras to
TUf Henry Hill Pub. Co.. Nnruii li. Conn.
TJK. J. J. THAXTON,
With fifty years' experience as a General
Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi
zens of Durham. His sj-cialtie : MucOM
hfemhranea, Glaodi and Nerves (females in
particular), Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scrofula,
Constipation and Headache, Secondary and
Hereditary Diseases. Hosae at C. M. Hern
don's. Wnce over Jones' Jewelry store. Mnce
h(jurs, I o'clock a. m. to 1 m.. and lroui t p. to
tn 4 . m.
N0TI0E0F DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby niven tfiat the tirm of
Michaels A; Co. is dissolved by mutual consent
and thnt the stock ol said linn is sold to Mr.
K. D. Fisher.
Durham. May ls'.Q. MICH A ELS & CO.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE!
Having nnattSei a executors of Mrs. Mai
K. Lyon, deceased, we hereby notify all pei
sons hsdebted to Ler to mkc immeliate pay
luent to us: and all persons havimr claim
against her are notified to present them to one
ot us by June 1, 154, or this notice will f
pleaded in bir of their recovery.
BOBKRT E. I, V()N.
JAMES K. DUKE.
June 1.15W. Execuiors.
World's Fair, Chicago.
iifkMi Calamet Arenae and 2h Street.
Mlj P s s Firepnjf; U pxjoj; near Fair
S aiBl Grounds; baths on eTery flr.
t mm am aaa Amertctn and Karopean plans.
RlHRRflFT'1 Si a day. FlrswlasH family
UWIlUllUr I hotel. Write for circular.
PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN,
ISBTHl tTOU Of
MoiaDdLaDfliaits!
private- Lsaaoxa on
Piano, On;Hn, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet
Flute, Cornet or any other Band
or Orchestral Instrument.
If oic arranged to ofdei for any combi
nation of instruments.
Private conversational lessons in Krciu h
and German.
Young ladies attended at their resilience.
Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar
anteed studious pupils.
TERMS REASONABLE.
Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen,
Durham, N. C.
t
lir.WRcrMkWestnl.l
Schedule in Effect April I, 1892.
DURHAM DIVISION.
LEAVE DURHAM, N. C.
;:tni a. in. Daily for Lynehhurg and Way
Stations. Arrive Lynchburg lOdM a. iu. All
trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart
from LTnlon station Lynebburg.
Trains arrive at Durnam from Lynchburg
at 7:i") i. m. daily.
WINSTON-8A LE3J DI V 18ION.
I.eaes Winston-Salem 1:.VI p. m. daily : ar
rive at ltoanoke 7:(AI p. m.
MAIN LINK WEST BOUND.
I.KAVK LTaCHBCBO OAll.V.
r::;n p. m.. for Koanoke, Had lord. Pulatki,
Bristol and all point! south, via K. T. V. A ...
K. it., also for liiuctieiil, uhio Kxteosiuo.
Leave liluetiehl 6:10 a. in. daily tor Kenovaand
Columbus. Parlor Car to Roanoke. Pullman
Sleeper Koanoke to Memphis via Kaokville
and 1 'battauooga.
7:." a. in. for Koanoke, Hadtord. Pulsskl,
Bristol ; also lor bluetteld, Pocahontas, Kik
horn aud stations Clinch Valley Division j also
for LOUlSVille and stations L. A; N. It. 1(. ia
Norton. I'uiiman Bleeper Lynchburg to Lou in
villa via Norton. Connects at UoanokS 7:;i.")a.
m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited.
I'uiiman Sleeper Koanoke to Nashville, Mem
phis and New Orleans. Lulling Car attached.
Shift p. m., dally, for Koanoke, and interim
diate stations, lias no connections beyond
Roanoke
gAST-aotmn leave lvnchbcko oaii.v.
.t:i."a. m. for Richmond. Petmrsbnrsand Nor
folk arrives Petersburg at i:. i. m. ounnevf
ing with Rlehmond ami Petersburg railroad,
rriiving in Uicbmond at SU6 p. m. Arriw
Norfolk i:t) p. m.
UtfQ p. in. Arrive Peteisbur 4 : 1 " a. in.
connect iiik with K. A: P. K. K. dailv: STtiVt)
tUchaaond 7:47 a. m.; arrive NorfolK 7:UUu. tn.
Pullman Palace Slcejier to Norfolk.
Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between
Lynchburg and Richmond.
This car will he ready at Lynchburg at MU
. in. tor reception ot passengers.
:." p. in. for Kiehmond, Petersburg and Nor
folk ; arrive ttiuhmoud 7:.VJ p. m.; Nurlolk '.i:lj
p. in.
Pullman Parlor Kult'et Car to Norfolk.
W. B. BKV1LL.
(. P. T. Agent. Koanoke, a.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
Arrives
Durham.
7 lu a ui
; &S a m
U 11 p m
B p iu
It. A L. lc. ic.
Depot, loot Corcoran St.
Passenger lor Orecns.
Passenger for Uolda.
hlxpreSM tor tjoidsboro
Pi Tl n'MH lor (ireeublAJiro
Leavei
Durhuui.
7 l.'iu in
4 .HI a ui
i.: Id p iu
i IJ7 p ia
Leavsf
Durham.
1" IU a ui
ti 00 p m
Lea vet
Durhuui.
f 55 a ui
1 15 p m
Lea I
Durham
2 55 t m
7 00 a m
Arrivei U. & c. K. it.
liurham. Depot, loot Corcoran St.
i Express for Richmond
7 j) m I Express from Kiehmond
i Ft. ami Pass. lor Jefl rest
4 IS a m I Ft.and Pass. I'm Jeffresi
Arrives j 1J. & N. It. K.
Durham. I Depot, foot Corcoran St.
Mail and Express
i 16 p m Mail and Express
Freight and Passenger
:.'") ;t in Freight and Passenger
Arrives j L. & IJ. JC. K.
Durham.! Depot, foot Dillard St.
I14(la in I Mail from Lynchburg
6 45 p m I Ft.and Pass. lrom LV
HOI KS FOIC CLOSING HAILS AT 1)1
HAM POBTOFMCJC
GOldsboro and Greensboro express train No.
11 South and West at 7:40 a. in.
Keysville and Kaleigh IL P. O. train No. 14
East Durham and Kaleigh at fclfi a. w.
Henderson and Durham K. 1. O. train No.
38 North and East N'.C. and Va.at 10:16 a. m.
Goldsboro and Qreensboro K. 1. o. B. train
No. 10 Bast and South N. C, S. C. and Fla
at P- m.
Lynebburg and Durham It. P. O. train No.
I North and West at Z: p. ni.
Goldsboro and Hreensboro K. P. o. w. tram
So. If North. South and West at 7:15 p. m.
Keysville .m l lUleigh K. P. O. train No. IV
North and West at i:uo p. rn.
Goldsboro ami Greensboro express train No,
It hS Irigh at '.:CSJ p. m.
Hours of Collection from Street Letter
Itoxes.
Beneral tJI a. m., UJI a. m. and 8;j0 p. v..
Husiness MCtion 7:40 p. m.
SOLID
Through Trains
FROM
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS ID PEORIA
Kansas City, St. Joseph,
DENVER,
ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car.-'
Reclining Chair Cars'
Free
-ONLY-
One Change of Cars to tin'
Pacific Coast.
THE BEtsT LINE FOB
:fc7e"brasls:a, Colorado,
THE BLACK U1LLS,
AND ALL POINTS
NORTH WEST.
St. Liuis. Mo NaahNdU.

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