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THE DURHAM RECORDER.
E. C. HACKNEY, PROPRIETOR. WEDNESDAY, Jane 5, 1895. Governor Evans, of South Caro lira, according to the dispatches Irom Columbia, is clearly guilty of an ac,t of rebbellion against the United States in ordering his dis pensary police to seize all liquor they can find which does not bear the brand of the State stores. This is a defiance of the injunction re oentlv issued by Federal Judge Simonton, who decided that it was a violation of the uiter-btate com merce law to confiscate the liquid refreshments imported from m- other State by South Carolina pentlemenlfor the uss of tlfcm- selves and their friends. The erand jury of Danville, Illinois, where the late lynching of two white bri'Les occur.ed ly the mob, had adjourned without indicting a single one of the party enca-.edin it, thouqh nearly all 01 them were well known. The iurv also refused to endorse the efforts of the judge, sheriff and mayor of the town to preserve or der there. e aop ourJNonn ern contemporaries will not fail to give due publicUy to this proceed ing of lawless lynching, and to state distinctly that it occurred in Danville, Illinois, a Northern State, and not in Danville, Ky., in the South. Lynchburg News. On Miss Winnie Davis' de parture at the close of the reunion at Houston, Texas week before last she said with feeling: "This has been one of the happiest weeks of my life." She was sought after and regarded with positive adora tion and she received all manifes tations with the simple graciou ness, depth of feeling and woman, liness so strongly characteristic of her. W hen ex-Governor Lubbock of Texas, went up to shake hands with her and said: "My child, it was I who carried you in my arms into the prison to your father." Minnie Davis threw her arms ground the old man's neck aad mingled her tears with his and not a looker-on could claim a dry eye as his own. She gave her baud to the roughest old soldier as heartily as she gave it to Generals Gordon, Joseph Wheeler or A. P. Stewart. Mr. Romero, the Mexican Min ister at Washington, gives his views in the North American Re view of the experience of Mexico under the ailrer standard. The silver standard in Mexico is fum iliar enough, however, to Ameri cans who travel and have busi ness ventures in that country and who find the silver dollar of the United States readily exchanged for two of the Mexican kind. In Mr. Romero's view, "such an ex change means that the Mexican dollar is sold for the price of the bullion it contains, while the United States silver dollar is the representative of a gold dollar, and is therefore merchandise bought to pay debts in the United States and Europe." This is tiie clear view of a Mexican who may cot intend a warning by it but nevertheless provides one to the effect that coinage in this country would be attended by the same lesults. Stat News. Evangelist Oakes having taken the famous Keely cure now re turns to North Carolina, and in a sermon delivered at Faisons last Sunday week declared himself to be free from the thirst of liquor for the first time since Le was a child. So says an exchange. A curiosity from the sea is a porcupine fish, exhibited in the Haberdasher's window.' It is as round is a ball, will about fit a peck measure, and is ringed with spikes from one to three inches in lenctH. Mr. Chas. Most-let bought the fish at Southpori It came from the Indian ocean. Charlotte News. The Lenoir Tonic has a lore- man, Horton by name, who for fast type settinff is a record break er, having recently surpassed all previous efforts made in these parts, and mi up in one hour 1,728 ems. This is dood work a regular machine. The Roxboro Courier says: The distillery of Colonel D. M. An drews was seized by Deputy Col Ix-tor 8. G. Woods last Wedncs- day evening. The distillery wa not running, and we understand tl t the officers, Messrs. Mabane nd Causer, who examined and reoommejoed the seizure, report ed the warehouse rd books of Mr, w. R. McCroom, the former storekeeper, all right in every particular. Mr. J. E. Buchanan, a mer chant of Manly; Moore county, has a uniquo way of catching a thief. He does the worK with a steel trap, and successfully it works, too, for having missed sev eral things from his store, he be came pretty well satisfied that some one had a key, so he set the trap, and on going in alter break fast and found his cook last, witn $25 taken front, the 'drawer.:. '.The Burlington News is responsible fortius. i Mr. Albert G. Oorneninc of North Cacawba, proposes putting up a canning a canning estab lishment this summer. The Mor eanton Herald savs: "Mr. Al bert G. Corpening, of North Ca tawba, is preparing to go into the canning business on a large scale. He has visited the large canne ries of Eastern North Carolina and made himself familiar with the details, and purchased a com' plete plant of the most improved pattern. Teaches and tomatoes will be the principal fruits can ned. Mr. Corpening has on his farm a very large peacli orchard and has this season planted over five acres in tomato plants. Wilmington Star: We "hear much of a fifty-cent dollars these days, and much protesting by the anti-silver writers and speakers" that it would be dishonest to pay a dollar debt with -a fifty :cent dol lar. As far as the people of this country are concerned the hfly- cent dollar is a pure assumption, for there are no fifty-cent dollars. It is only when we encounter the Government bondholder that the silver dollar becomes dwarfed and ceases, to be a dollar.- This doesn't affect the dollar which our people take and use in their business, for it passes for what it is stamped for, but it does affect the full useful ness of the dollar, and it affects the value of the bullion out of which the dollar is made. This is not the fault of the dollar, but the result of, legislation which made the fifty-cent silver dollar which the advocates of "honest money" inveigh so much against me cuse. The Alumni association of Trinity college held their annual meeting in the chapel of, the col lege inn. yesterday at 4 p. m. Prof. J. a. Eassett, president in the chair. The annual address was omit ted this year on account of the ab sence of the orator. There, were found to be four va cancies in the board of trustees and Messrs. Robert B. Durham, G. S. Bradshaw, Dr. J. C. Brown, and Hon. B. F. Long were nomi nated to 11 the vacancies. Rev. J. B. Hurley, of Oxford, was elected to deliver the oration before the association next year. On the advice of President Kil go, it was decided to esubiisn county alumni associations in ev ery county in the state and Rev. T. N. Ivey, Dr. J. C Brown and Rev. J. E. Thompson were ap pointed a committee to select pre idents for each county organiza tion and report their, action at the banquet last night. It U intended to operate these associations on the university ex tension plan. The object of the organization is to enable Trinity boys to help the Basses of the people by the educa tion they have obtained. Mr. Kilgo's plan is for the col- lege professors to attend these as sociations and mingle with the masses of the people and let them know that Trinity college feels an interest in them. It was also de cided to extend membership la the association U all college students of Trinity. It has been the cus tom heretofore not to allow any to join but graduates of the college. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President Prof. J. S. Baswtt. Secretary aid Treasurer C. E. Turner. Vice President-R. B. Halt. THI BAKQt'ET. The commencement exercises of Trinity college came to an end last evening with the annual ban quet held at Trinity Ina. The immense dinin? hall was full of joyous students old students and their wives, mothers and sweet hearts. The affair was a complete sue cess and showed much wisdom in planning. C. 8. Bradsliaw as master of ceremononies. and did his part well. The different toasts and the I menu are givea below: TOASTS. "Our President."- Rev. An drew P. Tver. "Ante-Belltum Days of College Life'VRev. W. C. Wilson. "Class of W Charles E. Tnr nerr - " "Response" Rev. T. A. Smoot "The Women of the Old North State, Especially the Mothers, Wives and Sweethearts of the Alumni" Stonewall Durham. "Conclusion of the VI hole Mat ter" Rev. John C. Kilgb. V., menu. - Crated Ham. ChickenSalad. Lobster Salad with Mayonnaise. Pickles. Olives. Biscuits. Crackers. Vanilla Ice Cream Pineapple Ice Cream. Lemon Ice Cream. Strawberries from Barnes' Farm. Chocolate Cake. Lemon Cakt. Assorted Cakes. California Crapes. Florida Oranges. - Georgia Peaches. Royster's Candies. Cevlon Tea with Lemon and Ice. Mocha Coffee. The speeches were all very fine and abounded with vit of the first order. ' Dr. Kilgo made . the elosing speech and completely captivated the audience. He spoke in glowing terms of his faith in Trinity's future, and declared that he believed it was destined to be the greatest institu tion in the south and called atten tion to the fact that the board of trustees and constituency repre sented the greater portion of the wealth in North Carolina. , The speech carried the ', audience by storm and round after round of ap plausa'compe ledTiim to stop. We would like to give a syno psis of all the speeches, ' they . all deserved it, but have not the space. In some respects this has been one of the greatest com mencements Trinity ever had. Her sky looks brighter now than ever before, and we confidently predict that it is destined to be among the greatest seats of learn ing in all the lands. ' ft O o O (I l o o I) and aches of an annoying nature, a torturous nature, a danger- ons nature, can be nuicklv and surelv cured with Pain-Killer. ? As no one is proof against pain, no one should be without f T t-2 t-:ii. ti.: a ...... .j.. i..t u.. ,1 x DUKE Cigarettes (llGARETTES w ovm sow a c rr BUM act TCMUacatMl BUwn. n.6. u a. Y f High Grado Tobacco an ABSOLUTELY PURE rue Poisonous Acids. In the blood should be taki n up and removed by the Liver and Kidneys, but these organs get out ft order fail to do their work and the result ie Rheuraa tism. There are a thousand remedies for the Lfrer and K d neys, but there is only one cure for Rheumatism, and that is 1 1 Drummond a Lightning Kerne y If you have the disease, send 15 to the Drummond Medicine Co., 43Maidea Lane, New York, and they will send to your express ad dress two large bottles enough for one month's treatment Any one who is having an argument with the Rhumatism will feel fully repaid by the first dose. Agents wanted. mtntlt. Send your address to II. E. Bocklen & Co., Chicago, and get a tree sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will con vince yon of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick Headache. For malaria and liver troubles they hove been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be per fectly free from every deleterious substance and to purely vegetible. Tbey do not weaken by their ac tion, but by giving tone to atom aeb and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 35c per box. Hold by K. Blackball & Son's drag store. It is a larger and better work to teach men to do good for good ocm sake Uian to mcnance them with nameless torment if they fail to keep the Ia-N. Y. World. Pain-Killer. This good old remedy kept at hand, will save k much suffering and many calls on the doctor. For all sum- 1 ruer complaints of grown folks or children it has stood with- 1 out an equal for over half a century. No time like the present ! , to get a bottle of ' " " - , j 1 Paim-Killeirtli n f Bold avaryirhara. The quantity has bean doablad bat the prl remains m S the same, Jta. Look out for worUilwi Imitation. Buy ouly tii genuine, A S bearing tba nam Pbbbt Davis a Bon. ; A LOOMIS' ; Sarsaparila CURES ALL BLOOD DISEASES. Ml YOU WILL .;: FEEL LIKE A NEW PER5H. EVERY BOTILE QUARANTEED. SNEAD & THOMAS. I!, I . I J, I. Ill DURHAM, N. C.. Dealers in HARNESS and . SADDLERY M'a Mn ftimlali tmi wtffc ixt WnA of Bliau ami WAOON Ha COLLARS. OI'KAl'iO. BKIIfJ E3, r Hiietn, ituintar. All kind of ' RKI'AIKIXC done on short notice. Low prices guaranteed. B. C & J.'A. WOODALL mav-1. OptKxiite Morchcad Bans. -r ,- Mrs. Ada Smith I now tatter preparM than v erto furnish the puMic. withal kinds of U "0 - 1 it Mi? ? mm 11 nn NEW BEAUTIES Unfolding Daily - r. -AT- If IBS CI 5 8 0 I S,1 Durham, N C Write for Samples or Call In Person; ': ' Nature numJs Iter hriglitcst garb on the bright pprinjl days, and following her example our tookn are constantlv! . 1 . till a reve(aung aiueu cnarnis in Lrigiiw, t-nowingtlie NEWEST GOODS IN SPRING . WEIGHTS AND COLORINGS.' On every hand the eye greeted with choice and taU ful desphiys. We extent a rordial invitation to our frieml and would urge the importance of making immediate Kehf tion. If it u imitOHble'for you to visit us in jxTfoii will gladly reind to nil rumple reouet. Our Mork is very I . .. . tt t. - ... . . 113 are lojiipi uni 10 convert liiofntite into ttAx w V 1 speedily ua jKs.il.!e. To eminierate will be imjihle. V m 1 : a - . Y mention the new eolt 11 fi.l ihf. iti GOODS, . Mats and Bonnets of the latest style. Children's Goods Kid' Gloves Rib- Dons ccc. I return thanks to my old customers and can mv that my prices are lower than ever. You can cot hats trimim-d on short notice. Have moved to First National Hank Huild- ing, .Mam wtreet, opposite hllis, Stone & Co, MRS. ADA SMITH. ap-24. New Spring Clothing. Our February shipments of Ppring goods are not only earlier but much larger than ever Ufore. Owing to the great rhduction in prices, we are now offering our New Spring Styles, Shoes, Hatsf Neckwear, Ccc And in CLOTHING, no such values were ever of fered by us before. Think of U WOOL IMPORTED CLAY WORSTED SACK ami CITAWAV SUITS at Sr A trt make for -02 TEN DOLLARS . fmeand-seeforyourHelf. Karly buyers are taking ad vantage of the opiortunity and making them go lively for February. Give us a look. No trouble to how goods. T. J. LAMBE, TIIE CLOTHIER AHD FURNISHER. J)UKIIAMMN.U mar-13 DEMITlE''. PiOiES. JACONETS. Ginghams, . SATEENS. I Trices range from 10 to 15 cents. , p Zephvs Piisse. A charming cotton fabric, had a worn!.? ful sale, comes in nil the new choice colorings, 23 iind Mt : ' -: V,' ., , . ... 1 : ' , 1 SPECIAL OFFERINGS MATTINGS, EBflM !L 15 AND 25 CETNS, ALL COMMUXIGATIOXS AXSWKUEI) WMWIIIP.