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12. C. HACKNEY, Editor. Pro. WED&ESDXY May 4, 1892, THIS BALTIMORE & OHIO. This ie-iart 'will Sell Cheap Tick. . ets to Millions of Acres of Free Lantl to be Opened, Early in May 3,000,000 acres of land of . Cheyenne and Arra pahoe reservations in India Ter ritory will be thrown open to settlers. Those contemplating availing themselves of this op portunity to secure free homes will find the Baltimore and Ohio railroad the quickest route from any point in the East to the In dian Territory. Four trains daily from New York, Philadel phia, Chester, Wilmington, Baltimore, Washington, Cum berland, Wheeling, Pittsburg, and all intermediate stations. All persons "contemplating set tling at any point in the West, however distant, are requested to write to Chas. O. Scull, Gen eral Passenger Agent, B. &0. R. It., Baltimore, Md.f for full information as to rates, times of trains, and sleeping-car aceom modations from any point East to any point West. The freight facilities-THE Recordk would specially call the attention of our tobacco manufacturers, leaf dealers &c, to this road those wishing to make the quickest time. Under the efficient mentof Mr. Mayer, the Trcsi dent and Mr. Unas. u. &cuu, General Passenger Agent, the road .has been changed in a most wonderfull way. It was our pleasure a few days months o e j to pass over this road and we found every thing that mon ey and skill could do for the convenience and comfort of the traveling public Fast vestibule cars provided with the comforts that make each passenger feel lik a prince. In speaking of the President of the road and its rapid growth as one of the great ' est thoroughfares of the country a naDer recently said: The extraordinary recovery of the Baltimore and Uhio Kail road in little more than four rears from apparant insolvency to the declaration or a 20 per cent, stock dividend, or near 5 Dcr cent, for every year of de ferred dividends, the whole re presented by cash or property added, attests botn tlie vitality of the property and the efficiency of Charles F. Mayer, the Presi dent, lie is understood to have 1 At..A.1 k W fatf Mi. rttt, as tne legaweor. f-fjMwrft'X'SrT urn rc'.t great qgs interest in mis prop erly, W .rtryttn w aawai vi the Dat and raise the iustru mentality to the standard of the best railroad civilization. The fact was that the old manage ment took from the road both its earnings and its betterments and strained every thing to make a exeat dividend showing, issu irnr bonds where stock should have been issued. The stock is new witii the stk dividend only tl80.oo.wx, while the clear pro tiu of the company were alone $2000,000 last year, or 11 per cent.; Mr. Mayer spent p,2U0, 000 last year upon equipment track and structures. '1 he Pitts bunr and Chicago Junction Line will be open next spring, makinz the shortest and most central and newest line from East to West. Itmay be asked who Is Charles F.Mayer? litis the orrandson of a Holland, Am sterdam, junior merchant, who came to Baltimore in 1784. This man was the Wurtemburg Con sul-Oeneral alse. and was de scended f rem a mercantile fam ily at Ulm, Germany, lie had three sons. Lews, Charles and Colonel Brantz Mayer, the second a lawyer, the latter an historian and regular army olll- cer. Lewis Mayer, father of our railway President, wenttouni- VertllIVS III rwirujnj, huh jamm ed to begin the development of laige axthracitecoal properties in Pennsylvania patrimonial in the family. 11$ married at Lancaster, Pcnn., his cousin, Susan O. Mayer, daughter of a merchant and Btato , Henator .1 ri-t.. mt I'Unrit.m V married in 18C0, Susan Douglas .Keim, daughter of Hon. George May Keim, of Heading, Penn lie became President of the Despard ,Coal Company, devel oped the gas-coal trade of Up per Maryland, and organized the Consolidated Goal Company, with 15,000 acres of land, much of it 10,000 tons to the acre. His success ia this Cumberland field was so thorough that his success in the B. and Railroad has been merely enlightenment add ed to Bagacity. A twentieth century man has replaced the old s ave btate, eighteenth cen tury, ultra economist who wore out the spades digging for rev enue without increinedt. In his youth Mr. Mayer was a super carge to South America; after that a merchant and- bank Pre- siden t, and his coal company had capital of above $10,000,000. Like Chauncey Depew, he is a man of refined tastes and con nections. The Keims, his rel atives, are powerful in the Heading Railroad. "Courtesy is better than acrimony" is the faith of the new President. . woaTH jggyas&A vox? ; j Cowed with iTi!elei iiwiSohibltCeatm,. ! EEECHAMS PILLS i AnIidoUfo, Weak HEAD ACHE, l .4 II(M-1 tlM.lM. MllMUlM.1 4 I.lTr, ml ft fnnnrf io W b. mpmUH, llnwiaw ,114 muwli.l bi re ale i;rrcBEKii. Of all driwtnU Prtr IS omit a box. Mew York nrt, UM t'onal Hi. Notice. 1 have lout or mUYul a iwrfe given by Mm E A. Ballard for one hundred ami twentr- five dollar dated aUiut Jul' 4. or 5th of Auifiint LSUl. One havmr or findintr aaid rxittr will plraw n-tiira it to me a it has ami laid in full. May 4, 103. U. 1. IvOGERa. oxrj exjoys Cnth the method and raults vBea jrrnp it Fig is taken; it if pleasant .! rrfmLing in the Uute, and seta jTMitlr yet prorojttly on the kidneys, Liver and Bowel, cleanars the (Jr tem cflfectually, tlicrtfla coIJa, head aches and fevera and eurra habitual eonatination. Frrrjp of Pica is the nly remedy of ita kind ever pro duced, ji!eaiiijr to the taate and so centalile 10 the ttnmach. Tromnt in ita acti' a end truly beneficial in ita efTerta, prepared only from the tnoet bealt'jy and irraiiS aubaUncea, ita many aicellnt ns';''" commend it to all an.l lavs it tie moat tKriular remcdr kn.iwn. Frrup of I i'M is far aale In 6Ac and tl Littles by all loaling drug gists. Any relmlila dnijipirt nU' may not lav. t on band will pro cure it pp!tJ:( ft an? one whr wifbet to try lu l)a cot accept an; uutiitute. CALIFORNIA TIG SYRUP CO. Administrator's Notice Having this day qualified as Administrator of the estate of I'eter Brown deceased, all per sons indebted to said estate are requested to come forward at once and pay name, and all per sons holding claims against said estate are requested to present them to me on or before the 18th day of March 18'J3. (i.C Faktuixu, Adm'n of reter Brown. March 18-'02 LAND SALE' li virtue f fm tinh-r of the ftiperior Omrt of iJurhani omnly, I will w-n at pub lic aurtiifl on lli prt'Riian In Mungiim ltMliip, Ilurtiarn nmntjim HATl K1MY J 4 in, Ml" J. a lrw1 of Inn J tnntaininf MMTY-fllKKK At ItKM, .Mnin the UmUof I). II. I'umth, tjiiitn Tilly and otlien, it Irrinar tmrtof tin home tract of the hue Gantoo K'JxtK Thi hi a fin wnall Vil'nt farm, with gram ami grain plat, and b m il water ed. Ttma 4 Mile: On third rvh, mr-thlrJ nail mfilh, mr-lhinl in l-lv nvmllm. IkrrM mitiix entirnt I if iulrrmt hear Irtf raU A.ril l".Mli, JWZ, ' J. . JUihKHTl, liiuiniwliinpi XoRTH faliotlf ii kmh Cot arr, frrrninairorBT i-nl 12.h. IfcUl i.H. Malftiinf Alm t itWMrri Walker, va ) 2Cit!w. Jaim C Walker and lAlirra, hfira (if Mil 1 rfml Walkpr. To hl. Walker and flmrtm UMk.r i Y.-ti ar li.li by iwrifiol to jnmr before (J. B. Onn.l h-rk f tlie Hiiiw-riir Omrt f ilur ham oiunirat ihrOmrt lliHiatin aaiilciiiin. If Mi or Ufnrr June I 'rth, W.fi, In anw? i (lemur bi the piiilion in Mid olli hll lit J H. Mannint a'tminiatnitor iiravina' fur an rfil. ru H lli h4iif Mililrl Walker In make awtt In piv her itcMa, the ierwinal iirntief.y ln-inB inoumi lent hirllim iMirimw, Vni will lakchie nive. Thie May t, ISI'1 u. u. ukrrn. Clerk Superior Court of Durham county. vjr sick s CHILD BIRTH ' MADE EASY I " MoTHtM1 Fwenb " is . scientific- . ally prepared Liniment, every Ingre dient of recognized value and in ' . constant use by the medical pro fession. These ingredients are com binedininiannerliitlicrtounknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all that is claimed for It AND MO HE. It Shortens Labor, Lessen' "ain, Diminishes Danger to ' Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FRER, con- ." taining valuable Information and - voluntary testimonials, ient by .xpreu nn receipt iif fin., f I .Kn per bottle BRA0FIEL0 BE0UII0R CO., anana.6a. BOLD HV i'ifp Under the new assessment law of New Jersey the Sugar trust, which formerly paid $49,125 on its capital stock of $49. 15,000, now pays only $0 200. WHATDOES THIS MEAN? Within the last month the im mens biisineos or Kinar'a lioyal Germeturer Co., has been more than loubled and lar?e orders are pour- idk in trotn all directions. Un Kebr mrr 20fh I. L Lvoti & lo, of New Orleans g ive them a cash or- ler for seven thousand and two hundred bottles to be delivered at once. It means: 1 . That when such men m Gen eral Lonirstreet. General Turner, (l.vernor Hubbard, Colon. 1 Arery, Mr. V. U L. tunninghaiu. Itev. I. B. Hawthorne and Uer. Sum Jones try a medicine and give it their unqualified indorsement t r people believe tbem. i. i bat bermetuer has done all that iU mott ardent friends have declared that it would do. - 3. That it tins mastered I.nennie. KltPiiniatisin. DyxpetMia, - Kervon' debility, Insonirm, Kidney (rouble. Asthma. Summer Gomplainta and Catarrh wherever it has bren tried. 4. That the discovery of Gerrue- tur 13 the must valuable contribu tion that this century has made to medical science. As a snrinir medicine it has no eq'inl, it invigoraVs the stomach, aids digmtion, tones up the system ml thus bnngo health and hap- pinei. in tins respect no other remedy ran compare with it. U 'rmettier h not a naocet.u compound, hut at pleasant to take as a K'i4S lenioiiacie, Hit patient loves it and look forward wi I, i le tonre to the tmifl tit taking i r or sale at (X) p r bottle br ali Iruggists. XASIVACTCREO BT KING'S tOUl COMER CIL A r A NT A, OA. Valuable Land for Sale. By virtue of mortgage deed ei' ecuted to C. J. & W. M. lloa ere by Ben. Ellis and wife and duly Ketristored in Durham county in Book 10, pages 50 and 57 and transfercd to me. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Court House door in said county en SATURDAY. AFIUL 23. 1892 at 1 o'clock p. m., the following described land, adjoining the lands of William hllis, Ueorge KUis. and Sally Walker, and known as the Henry Chavis place containing 50 acres. Also at same time and Place by virtue of mortgage deed ex ecuted to me by Ben Ell ia and wife and duly registered ia gsidi poimut HTBook 14 paeca 239 and 210, 1 will sell the fallowing described land adjoining the lands of Sally Walker, Kobt ebb and others, said to con tain 79 acres. March 16. '92 G. C. Farthixo, mortgagee, oar The above sale has been postponed until May the 7th. Mortgage Sale. Hy virtue of mortgage deed ex' ijccuted to meon January 15th li5.il, by M. D. Walker and wife and duly recorded in book 18, Cage 8, 1 will sell to the highest idder at the Court House door in Durham on Saturday May 14th, 1802fof cash the house and land described in said mortgnge. April 12th, 1N'.I2. (1. C Fartiiinq, Mortgagee. Tobacco. If you desire to raise fine to bacco you can do no br always using the "Stonewall," sold by v. i . carrington, ot IJurliam, N.C. This guano is male by J. O. Tinsley & Co., of Kich- mond.Va. Their trade basin creased every vear until it now stands in the front rank ' as one of the best in the country. Come to Durham and buy the best. Yours, ap-13 W. T. Carrinotom, , "Stonewall. This celebrated tobacco fcrti lizer will be sold this yenr" b the former Agent, Mr. v. Harrington of Durham, N.C. Those wishing to purchase one of the best guanos on the mar kct. should call on Mr. Carrlng ton. Tne certificates of those who have used thase goods are tho very best. If you wish to f roduce tho best tobacco, don't ail to try the "Stonewall." ap?l3 Short time I will send my Elec n trie Belts. Trusses & Batteries U Ifyou wish Health, AdtfrossDr.C.B. Judd, Detroit. Mich ELkCTRiGl ON 0 Free Uedical Advice MONTHS'- months' trial. My new improved Electric Belts are TRIAL. Batteries and Belts combined; generates sufficient Electricity to produce a shock. In ordering, tfive price of Belts (3.00, $0.00, $10.00, $16 00), waist measure, . and full particulars. Agents wanted. Butte City, Mont , Jan. 10, 1892. Within the last eighteen months we have taken in over $1,000 for Judd's Electric Belts and Trusses, and have never had a single complaint, but have had many compliments passed upon them. Or. v. It. J ii(l(l, Detroit, Mich. . 1 M. Newbro Uiutf Co. op-13 o- - OF - p, if, fi DRUG jan-13 : ii. suvERTHonrj. J EW E LEI 91S 1! irn pRicrysT. mar 23 ly. Ike -Durliam Fefc tapany. -MANUFACTURE as OF- High Orodo Ammoniateil Fertilizir. Aoid PLcsthite and FurtilizingMaterials. MAIN OFFICE. Factorcs: LDttrUm, K. O. CETOUft PRICES AND feb-17. S. H.HAWBS&C0.. DEALER IN -COAL- RICHMOjST, va. may4.1y. D T TT F TV C &a 0 Months' ij 1 J JJ JJ U Trial. . W ini and Treatment "durinff the six -0 AT-;- 16 li in i STORE. s DURHAM. N. C. ........ Uichmoml, V TERMS OErOREIBUYICC. THE SEASON FOH SPfiliiQ PLOOGSSiliG, SPSlllG CLEARING : 11 SF1II PL1TII IS AT 11 We arc likewise on hand with a full and complete Stock of" FARM SUPPLIES. Dress Goods, Shoes &c. All we ask is that you examine and price our goc d . We have paid especial attention to the 'selection ol our stock ot shoes. - EVERY PAIR BOUGHT with reference to DURABILITY- "Wo confidently assert that NO HOUSE at less prices than we. Our $1.G0 IjADIES SHOE is a beauty, and sells at sight, ur $1.25 LADIES SHOE compares favorably with $2.00 shoes, and you wonder how they can be Our $1.00 shoe is not a warranted shoe, but the best that can be bought for such a figure. In Men's Shoes we have all prices and styles. We especially call Lnghsh I les and Goodwear Gaiters. , . . IN DRY GOODS, an ex imination will reveal the fact that we are here to save you money. tfkl that can be made NO LOWER. - BREADSTUFFS are away ALL THE BEST BRANDS EVERY SACK WARRANTED) always slacked up in our storage Warehouse, at $4.50, $1.75, $5, $5.50 and $0.00 per barrel. Como to see us for what you want, wtietner to eat or to wear and we will treat you right. Your friends, HENRY. O'BRIEN & CO. AT PERRY'S OLD STAND, " ATAia STUI2KT, DURHAM. N' C. jan-13 ' DURHAM SUPPLY GOMPANY- - DEALERS IN. GENJiRALMEKeHAKDlSli Goods-Notiohs Clothing. i Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Shiogles9 LatLcs, Lime. Wagons and Buggies, -We make a specialty of FARMERS' SUPPLIES. We buy In car load lots for cash and are prepared to giro you bottom prices. Will pay highest market price fer all country produce. Come to see us. DURHAM SUPPLY COMPANY. E'lec-16. ' J. W. JONES & CO, The gush of the moment is over the adrent of 2,000 yards of Cambric and Swiss Embroideries. The designs are beautiful, an d a study of them will interest you. The Edging and Inserting are irom l to 12 inches wide, and Itisagreat;satifact!on!to give the public a good bargain. Grand retailing, guided by sound policy and correct principles, secures many such chances. The Shoe Store is most gratifying for the long series of real bargains it has evolved. The present is a festival period of Shoe Bargains for Boys and Misses. Just now there are three lines of Boys Pebble Grain and Calf Shoes, well made, fresh, new. clean, no shop-worn pair among them, their variety touches ail uses of house or street, storm or sunshine, ordinary or dress, the prices are $2, from $2.50 and fl.25 from f 1.73. v Misses Button Boots, in Pebble Goaf, at f 1.23, from tl 73. Tf blrt Grain, at tl, from fl.lfc Dunlay celebrated Derby Hats f1.23, from 3. Fine Soft Hats 2.00, from 2.75, 2.50, from 3.S0 J. W. JONES k CO. can .sell you better SHOES sold for such a figure. your attention to our hight cut ... Bam fJ. a 1... down at our store. FLOUR (of Nails. Plows. -' from 3c. to f 1.00.