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THE DURHAM RECORDER. We want our friends at every potoffli In thi and the mllolning counties to send u the tiws. opinions upon watte of public concern, are ia- VITha' editor will not bo responsible for the view or itaUirfwnt" of corroepoiHleiita. No atteution WHI bejaid tQanonymou U!tU)r.i . WEDNESDAY," Jan. 23, 1895 Local Observations. ; ,; The UucouDEit will tell 'to those around that tho following music is hero in town The banking pf tho hammer, The whirling of tho plane, - Tho Crushing of tho busy saw; Tho ringing of- the anvil, ,v The grating of tho drill, The clattering of the turning lathe, , . ' ' The whirling of tho 'mill, -The buzzing of tho spindle, Tho rattling of tho loom, Vhe puffing of the engine, ., Tim clipping of tailor's shears, , Th;drivingof the awl . Tho tapping of tho yard-stick, The tinkling of tho scale " Tho wh.illhig of tho brick layer,' Tho humming of tho cooking-stove, The surging of the broom, The housewife's busy hum, Tho buzzing ot tho scholars, Tho teacher's kindly call These are some of Durham's industries, and we love thera all. The senior class, numbers lfi at Trinity College. Durham leuhthe world; in tfio pos-trwion of Cue tobacco., Wojire promised an nrticlc next week oirtho hog question. Tho qu"Mtin is now often asked, "Will Ella Norwood be hung?" Hev. C. L Dowell, of Doves villo, H. C, p:eicheil ; und:ty night at the First BiptHt church. Something larger than a rat left a sinking ship and went to it old homo on !3outh rt-oet, a fi-w days ago. If wo can, just hufd on 'till frog pies and blackberries come i i we will have an expression like unto that of a fat man. From what we can learn there ism orethan a mouth of solid fun for our Htagville correction dent in Hunt's old field, near Rigville, CoL J. 8. Carr has given Triuity Col logo a largo gas ma chine, blower and fixturers for the cl e nical and physical labora tories. ' An 0I4 larmer tells Thk IIe cokdkr that in proportion to it six the horse has a smaller stomach than any other tjuard mpted. D. I T. Smith, who way among tho fir.4tocn.rt rvsidctir' in this now prtgrisiive city, is, wc are sorry to tarn, very sick. Col. J. 8. Carr, wife and daughter left for New York Mon ti ty night, where they will sj-ond 'ut a fortnight. " We know that there is more ways to mi so beets than one; for instance, take hold of tbe tot and pull, but will some one plea.se tell u how to raise a. "dead beat?" Don't miss next week's He- COHU..K supplement. It will I complete from end to end. but St has been said that "tho circula- n was not mentioned." West Durham ii advancint toward the reservoir nt a rui.i.l rate; and Ka4 Durham has its futurj in it own kevping and .hi is something Kuft Durham ap lcarstJajpro;iaUj. The etiilwarU nro stilt g ging away in Congress. And our old Iricnd Poy threat wants Cleve land to hurry up and turn on the light by calling Congress together as soon at possible We received a plrnsunt call last Thursday from Hr. L. M. Ilarncw, or Henderson.- Mr. Itarncs is & dealer iu marble and tombstones. Those wnntiiirr miv thing in his line will do well to writ to him, We are going to speak right wuiiu mewing on or before St. l'atrick's day to this effort: iv are about to lose aomo of our nngers from frost Idtm riwitn.1 in Unsold print Shop, working for iwojde who have been taken the IIr for years and how no dis- lsiuon w pny. i '? 16,070.33 worth of revenue stamps sold hero last , week, and still thore is no prospects lor a building. . This is horrid. . It is said that game is plenti ful in the vicinity of University Station this season, especially rab bits und birds, and Messrs. P. W. Vaughaii Tom Jones, Leon Kirk land and Sam'l A. Dickson left this morning lor that section, and will no doubt bag a good many of them. Tho most popular cough medi cine i xyer'B cherry rectorial". A.ver'p, the best almanac. 4 . . iYopln aro wishing each other th4 compliments of a season and exchanging gifts. Did it ever occur to you to send an ai ing f riemt a package of Ayer's Sar scparilla? If not, do so now; and try this medicine yourself, if you need a first-class blood purifier. - STAGYILLE NEWS. Staovju.k, N. 0. Jan. 23. Miss Nannie Turner a very pretty and iic-omplislied young lady of Dur ham, is visiting friends here this Wvi'k. - Miss Nannie Spencer, of Natha lie, Va., arriued last night on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. Z. Camp bell. A patty will be given tonight at tho residence of W. P. Durham The young people expect a nice lime as the season for thocs little amusements is not quiet out. All the trains on the N. & W. railroad at this place aredelaped. There has been two wrecks on this road iu the past three days. - I under. tand that many rough thiug.s have booil said in regard to my ' last week's communication, I wish to say' in, advance, that I told the truth in reference to II mt's old field. I always" write t'l-j plain facts as they cxitt, but rather than do an honc.t man an 'njustioc, I would stop writing. I want it distinctly understood that I am wholy responsible for what is writen by mo, and my own name signed to each article. " So please t) not think that the editor should. bear tho resjoH.sibility. I propose to make note of what really does happYn. 80 I have no apologies to make to any one, neither will I retract anvthins wlrich I have given publicity in my communi cations. James Ii. Eashli:v. Butler and Pritcfurd. Ty joint ballot in the legisla ture yesterday, Marion Ilutlcr, was elected to succeed Senator M V. Hansom. J. C. Pritchard, Republican, was elected by the sa 1 e vote, to fill out the unexpir ed term of the late Senator Z. D. ! Vance. The joint vote for the sotiators-tlect was 117, against 43 tovescast by the Democrats for Tuos. W. Mason and Lee S. Over man. Thoc gentlemen were not tho choice of Tit K llfxoKDKn, but we hoi they w.H work for the inteie t f t!io 'Old North State, They are both young men; But ler has been a plow boy, a coun try ikhod t?acher and a country editor and is a graduate of the Ntito rnivcrsity lsrgely by his .wii cin rts. Pritchard has been an apprentice in a printing office, an l alien he caino to North Caro lina had only one chirt and ten cent 4 in money, but a sterling character overcame this and many. oilier obstacles. Carthago Ilade: The fusion legislature has been in session two weeks tf)day, ami yet money is no nmre plentiful, and the price of ci.ttoii still remains at rock bot tom. - What's the matter with tiieni. Charity compels us to say tLit we do not believe our imp. friend thought they were resurrecting tho infamous legisla ture of '68-1, when they were do ing their voting on tho Cth of Nov. Hut the earrings on at Hal cigh vciy- much resemble that gang of conspirators. .Now, don t they? ' Most of the bitterness in the Pol itics of this country grows out of the greed and selfishness of con tending demagogues. Coldsboro Argus. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. - ' F. J. Cheney & Co., Props. Toledo, O. ' We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West & Truxa, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. - Waldincr, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. SOId by all Uiuggists Testimonials free. The secret of the shipment of the arms to Hawaii,' which were used by Wilcox and" his band of revolutionists, is revealed by an ex customs officer, who has just come from Victoria. This man says the arms were shipped Jrora Victoria jn the latter, part of October on the opium smuggling schooner South Bend. Th18 ) schooner Las been notorious for years along the coast. She was run by billy Stewart, alias Opium Brown, and Jack Forbes! alias Jack Reagan, These men made money shipping Chinese coolies over the border when the price paid for this service was f 100 a head. - . , " " On their last voyage last year the schooner was hard pushed near the Golden Gate, and it is asserted that twenty Chinese were thrown overboard. Whether this is true or not the vessel never secured another cargo of Chinese. Since then they have been smuggling opium into Hawaii, landing the drug at Chinese plantations on the small islands. The arms for Hawaii were ia forty cases. These, with considera ble ammunition, were hidden for several days under the dark arch of the Esquimault bridge at Vic toria. , From there the arms were taken in Indian canoes to Seihle's Cove, near Victoria, where the schooner was lying. Stewart and Forbes accompan;ed the schooner which landed the arms, as well as considerable opium, on the west side of the Island of Lunai. The arms were left with the Chinese and were afterward taken to Hono lulu by one of the small steamers that ply between the islands. The South Bend recently returned to Victoria without Stewart and For bes. They are both criminals who have served sentences for smug gling. .. .' An extra session has been dis cussed, but we can never be quite certain about it until the time has passed for the calling. ' The truth is that the necessity for an extra session cannot be determined now and depends upon the action of the present congress. If that body does its work well and grants the relief the country demands, we will escape the need of an extra meet ing 5 but if it fails and we must admit that the outlook is not reas suringthe probabilities are that our necessities will force another meeting for additional legislation. New Orleans Times-Democrat. Bob Fitzsimmons will not be compelled to abandon the tour of bis traveling company and give himself up to the Syracuse authori ties to answer to the charge of manslaughter. In St. Louis Tues day Chief of Police Harrigan had him under surveillance until it was finally arranged by telegraph that he could continue his opera house engagements, meanwhile holding himself subject to the order of Chief of Police Wright, of Syra cuse. This practically amounts to his release on his own rccogni zance. Thettoard of governors of the Columbia Athletic club has an nounccd a smoker in the gymasium of the club for next Saturday night. Chairman Alexander P. Shaw and Dr. William R. King, C the amusement committee, are arrang ing what they consider the best programme they have yet been able to present at these monthly flairs. The wilt have considera ble professional talent, including tbecclcbratcd Tuxedo instrumental quartet, which has just returned to Washington from a concert tour of the Eastern and New England states, ' . A Pt Dog Ctmetary. ' .. . Near the. Victoria gate ia Hyds park, London, there Is a pet dog's cemetery, but It Is so well surround ed by trees and shrubbery that few strangers ever notice it. In the rear of the gatekeeper's lodge i3 a plot of ground that looks like a garden, but among the flower beds and bushes are a number of small marble tomb stones. These are arranged In reg ular rows, with narrow gravel paths running between them, and at the entrance Is a low arch of ivy. In all there are some forty stones, and each is Inscribed with the name of a dead pet. : The duke of Cambridge's dog Prince Is buried here. On the tomb stone over Us head are inscribed the words: "Poor tittle Prince." On neighboring stones are carved other names, such as Jock, Tip, Topsy, Flo and Sprite. The graves seem to. be well eared for, and the little botf hedges are curefully trimmed by tho g&rdener. Now and then some lonely old maid wanders Into the inclosurc and looks at the last resting place of her pet, but aside from these visits or a funeral the petdog burial place Is rarely visited More than three hundred species of fish hitherto unknown to naturalist are described by M. Leon Vaillant as Inhabiting the lakes of Borneo. Many other flbh are identical With spcclcn living in the waters of the Sands Islands and of Indo-Cliina. As these species never reach the sea, they fur nish another argument in favor of the theory ot a former connection of then aeon tries. , Indian Idolaters In Arizona. ' There is a small tribe of Indians In Southern Arizona who are idolat ers. They are in , reality sun worshipers, but make small images out of clay with faces supposed to represent the sun. although bearing little, "if any. resemblance to It. They do not associate with other . ' . , . tnbes, and are very rarely seen by white men. The Idols' have largo, round bodies and .heads, with cca and raouth aid ears. ie.jas radial- liijr frprn the eyes over the faen. The Iudiaas haire th.?se;ic tL ' rudi houses or wigwams, and at certair seasons they hold a sun dance, which Is with them a religious ceremony. They have no other form of worship, although a few of them were at one th.ie induced to abandon their Idols hy '.lie works of. the Jesuit. St. LouU Republic. . - Showman FSlfuTwlih Fruit. A religious riot in miniature has taken place at Nantes. Some Cath olic youths were passing through a fair when they caught sight of a booth labeled: "Sanctum Sancto rum." The showman was dressed ia the rough ' robes and cowl of a Capuchin monk and professed to show Inside several relics or curiosi ties, Including the .apple which tempted Eve and the whale which swallowed Jonuh. The youths, wh) were about two hundred strong, called on tho pro fane Darnura to desist from bis mockeries, but he only redoubled his patter and directed more attention to bis show. A neighboring orange merchant bod to bear the conse quences of all this, for bis stand was pillaged by the Catbc lies, who pelted the showman with the fruit of ths Uesperides until he bad to retreat Strong Shafts for Steamships. From a recently-published esti mate of the strength of the proposed wire shafts for steamships, it ap pears that la this important respect the mst satisfactory result is real ized. When made in Eve sections, with a total length of 100 feet and 15 inches diameter, the shaft will have 25,000 No. 7 steel wires, each 15 feet long, with 50,000 fastenings; and as each wire and each fastening will sustain a load of 000 pounds without rupture or injury, there is thus exhibited a total Inherent strength of some 37,500,000 pouuds, or an amount twenty-five timet greater than the continuous force of aa engine of 0,000-horso powei, which is indeed a significant showing Strong Shafts for 6teamsh'ps, From a recently-published esti mate of the strength of tbe proposed wire shafts for steamship, It ap pears that In this important respet t the nvt satisfactory result Is real bed. 7h ii made In Cve stttk as. with a total length of 100 feet and 15 laches diameter, tho s!mft will have 23,000 No. 7 steel s, each 15 feet long, with 69,000 fastenings; and as each a ire and each fastening will sustain a load of COO. pounds without rupture or injury,' there is thus exhibited a total Inherent strength of some 27,500,000 pounds, or an amount twenty-five times greater than the continuous force of aa engine of 5,000-horto power, wbkh Is Indeed a significant showioir Be your own competitor. The man who is not constantly treating his own record la tending toward that point where ho can make no record at all Young Man's Era. If. M. Davis, surviving partner of the old dry goods firm of Levy & Davis, Richmond, Va., made an assignment Tuesday. Charles Straus is named aa trustee, Lia bilities, $40,000; assets, not give 0. A HUMAN AEROLITE. It Was XranUnc by Hall and ConeladaS to Take Slower Train. . V A brakeman of the Consolidated rail" road was idling; about the pretty vil lage station of the road at Niantio, a few days ugo, waitinf for his own train to com Ho lake him aboard. While he was there a passenger express came flying pat with a rush and roer. It came, says a local exchange, and was gone in an instant in a whirlwind of dust and cinders. But even as it was crashing past the little building, out of the confused, comet-like tail of steam and smoke and dust, the brakeman be held a big, round, white ball suddenly quit one of the vestibuled platforms of the flying cars and bstake Itself irito the air, like a splinter of a shattered meteorite. : . " It was a singular-looking projectile, revolving like a turbine water wheel, all a-flutter with light drapery, and seemingly stuck full of clawing legs and feelers like h hitherto unheard of and unclassified terrestrial devil-flsh. It described a parabola, and the aston ished railroad man had just time to dodge when It flew past him and went upon the ground. In an instant it was up again, went bounding along the eartn a rod or more, struck again, tied itself in a knot, uncoiled, straightened Itself on its back and then was still a mo ment. Presently it sat np and gazed mistily at the brakeman. It was a man, a commercial traveler. ' ' It had the remains of a gripsack in on hand, the ripped-up wreck of a huge paper bundle in the other, and wns weirdly draped with the tattered ribbons and strings ot what was once, evidently, a very long and handsomo white duster. The rimless crown of 1 black derby hat was jammed down ovoi Its ears, bitting there on the hard tnrf, It gazed at the brakeman solemnly for a whole half minute, and the brake man gazed, too, at the dazed phenom enon, and neither spoke. Finally the phenomenon lazily rolled on its right side, studied the ground dreamily, and inquired in an Indifferent tonn: , Wh wh whars In (uic-that train goin', m' freh'?" "GolaT'jechoed the puzzled brake man; "why, it's goin' to New York." Thereupon the stranger studied the ground again, evidently absorlied m T , P i'i ? P , entiy he sat np, smiled hazily and m a tone $ wtiyl.tloa. -'Well m' fren'-let her .T-thcn! Letter got Pve-g-gone (few), f-fur naCl" some mental computation; TTio consolidated brakeman kindly helped tbe wrecked aerolite to get on Its feet, then he brushed and patched it up, and two hours later put it aboard a west-bound accommodation train that doesn't L-e-vel so fast - . , v ins I i.gnest Bidder. A once famous English barrister, who dearly loved a lord, on arriving one day at Hamburg learned that s distinguished member of parliament was staying at the hotel which be had selected. He at once called the waiter and offered him half a na poleon, at tbe same time requesting that a place might be reserved for him at table d'hote adjoining that of the noble lord. When dinner was served,, however, he entered the room and found that the seat was already occupied. lie summoned the waiter. "Why was not that place reserved for me?" he demand ed, angrily. "Well, sir, I'm vcrj sorry," replied the waiter; "you gave me ball a napoleon to place you near his lordship, but he gave me napoleon to put you on the furtbe vie of the table. Arsronauu retry minus tor insomnia. 1 have a new remedy for in somnia," said the nervous member as he entered the club rooms recent- y- ' "If it Is good, tell us about It." "It to very simple. Just go to bed and take the most comfortable posi tion for sleeping. Then slowly open and close your eyes. If, after forty winks, you are not asleep, then try forty more. Tbe great difficulty with victims of Insomnia is thatthct almost always full to thinking of tin events of the day. This may be pro- vented by persistent counting, but that is Itself a mental effort and wakes one up. Not so, however, witV winking. I defy any of you to think of anything else while you are e priced In illM unpl& exerciser TJllca Observer. COMFORT IN TRAVEL. k New Sleeping Car with Many Ad vantlge. The newest thing In railroading takes the form of l ed room slecplnr cars of great ma r l icence but u.. certain promise that one company now runs between New York and Chicago on the fastest flyers. These cur tarry a strong su.'.-'joMioa of besng uaclLsh, and a sU.I stronvf rr.i'iiibUuce to thaold Sluun boudoir plunofcarbutldiug. TheytlilTor froa; the Mann patent in having the room 0:1 0110 fide -ni f.ir as the middle of the car wlwre the hallway tims across tha cur and the rest of the bedrooms are 04 the other side of the car. The bedrooms are comparative ly large, and each one coutains au upper and a lower berth, a wash stand with running water, and the mala appurtenances of the retiring mom that are found in tbe cars of older stylo. The beds are bigger that Is wider than the old sleepers, and if two friends ora married coup! secure these rooms they are certain to enjoy a better night a rest and more comfort generally than ever came to them la the old style own- West Virginia doctors are de manding the enactment of a law allowing them I15 a day forgivii g expert testimony, which, as a rule, is not worth a tinker's dam. Louisville Times. INFLUENZA, Or La Grlpps. though occasionally epi demic, is always more or leu prevalent. The best remedy for tliti complaint is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "Lat Spring. I was taken down with La Grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and o difficult was my breathing tliat my breast seemed as It confined In an Iron esge. I procured a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I began taking It than relief followed. I could not be. Ileve that the effect would be 10 rnpld and the eure so complete. It Is truly wonderful med-lcine."-W. H. Williams, Crook City, 8. D. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Prompttoact,8uretocure The only thing proved by Gor. man's latest deliverance is a thinp that needed no proof that he is a iigh protectionists, the friend ol :apitalistic combinations and mon opolies and that bis logical place i? in the republican party. We sug gest once more that he would make excellent timber for a republican presidential candidate. Mr. Gor man's advisers should save hirr from his seh-vindications. They form the most terrible indictment? that could be brought against him. The Roman warrior when accused f wrong-doina, pointed, to. tht icars he had received in the ser vice of his country. Mr. Gorman. on tlie contrary, points to tne wounds which he has inflicted upon his country as a vindication of his conduct. Of one thin 2 Mr. Gor man may be absolutely sure. It is scless for him to try to secure a reversal of the public judgment in his case. It is as utterly impossi ble for him to reinstate himself in the public confidence as it is for a dead and buried man to rise from his grave. And his case is worse than that of the ordinary departed there is no hope of resurrection for h5m, even in the most distant future. Baltimore Sun. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. A Woumn's Discovery 'Aaothef wonderful discovery has been made snd that by a lady in tbil coonty. Disease fastened its clutch es upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed eminent. For three months the coughed incessantly and could not sleep. Hhe bought of us a bntle of Dr. King's New Discovery foi Cojxumption and was so mncn relieved on taking flnt dose that she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Tbni write V7. C. Hamrick & Co of Shel hy N. C Get a free trial bottle st B :akna!li A Sons. YOU Are Welcome TO OUR STORE. ftf. BEST IS THB.CHnAPCST THE WORLD 9VCR. CALL ON IS FOR VOI R .nUSGS AND MEDICINES. Our Prices will Please You. OUR POLICY. Vc are alwavs glad to see you. No trouble to show you goods. If you don't nee what you want n.k for it Lowest cash prices for the best goods made. A full assortment always on linud. To jlea.e out cu-tomcrs is our greatest jlclight. DRUGGIST. ap2 ...... .-. -5 . ; jc -V. -- News and Observer: As the westbound "Southern"train passed the old Richmond and Danville de 'Krt yesterday afternoon some one threw a large rock through one of the windows of the first-class car. The missle went through a window about the centre of the car, and shattered bits of broken glass all jver a lady and her two children who were occupying the seat be side the window. The rock fell into the aisle of the car. The con ductor heard the crash of the glass, but no one saw who threw the stone. Rocking trains is a serious offense under the laws of this state, md the people who amuse them s Ives in this dangerous way are liable to find a resting place in the penitentiary. . Raleigh Visitor : There are now 175 students at the A. & M. col lege. Last fall there were over 200. The decrease is caused bv rule which prevents a student who fails on examinacions from re maining at college made a good showing, only 37 students failing to pass all their examinations. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. In Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and latal diseases result Irom trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's i greatest gup health. If yoaan(etlint out of aorit.wcalc and ernerallr - hauiled, acrvou. J nave ho ppciiiv and can't work, begin at oncetak lii(f the moil relia ble strengthening; medicine, which ia Brews' Iron Bit. ten. A few boN tlea cure benefit eoaiea from tha very first doae ti wa'f jwor urtk, and It's pleasant to take. 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