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THE DURHAM RECORDER,
E. C. HACKNEY, PIcOPRIETOR. WEDNESDAY, Jane 26, 1895. Girl at seaside, Reads a booK; nandsome young man Steals a look. Girl romantic, Views the wave: "If I jump in, Would he save?" Looks dejected Seems to weep; Tlunges headlong In the deep ! Young man puffs his Cigarette, Cries: . "Your dress is Getting wet !" Atlanta Constitution. At Different Ages. At different ages, says Judy, man is most fond of 1. His n irse. ' 2. His mother. His holidays. 10. 16. His liberty. 20. His or sweetheart. 30. His wife. 10. His children. 60. Peace and quiet. One frequently hears people say, when addressed in some language with which they are supposed to be familiar "I can understand it, but I cannot speak it." The expres sion would not be heard as often if all who used it were treated ai brusquely as was a Highlander re cently by an old friend of the fam ily. The old man spoke to him in Gaelic, and received the customary reply "I can understand it, but I can not speak it " My dog can do that," said the Maegrego, scorn fully." Household Words. On account of the Masonic celebra tion, St John' Day', today at Oxford, N. ('., the Southern railway will aell the round t ip tickets at $l 75 each. Ticket on tale June 14 and 25, good re turning till June 20. Trains leave Dur ham at 10:15 m- nd 6 00 p m. daily and on Tneslav at J.rj a. m. also. The 7:15 train arrives at Oxford at 9:10 a. m J. A. White, Agent Main Street Sunday school will run en excursion to Wilson, X. "., Saturday Jane 29th, leaving the Southern Rail road depot at 7 c clock a ni., arriving in Wilton about 10 o'clock- Returning, will leave Wilson at 4 o'clock p. m. The prices have been placed at very low firure, via.: Mcnibers-of the school un der ic years of age goes free, metnUrs of the school over 10 year of age and nader 16 years of age, 73 cents. Nob members of the school tinder 10 years 5 cents; all others i. Mr. W. L. Fer rel! will be chief marshal. ' . Officer fniUllvd. At a regular meeting of Durham lodge No. 352, A. F & A. M-, last night the following officer were instilled for the coming year: W. M.-E. T. Rollins. S. W.-C. W. Tom. J.W.-J. B Morri. Secretary Jame Southgate. Treasurer T. E. Cheek. S- D. J. f . Burch. J. D.-T. I- McClet. Seaarts f. A. Woodall and Taylor. Tyler-W. I Rollins. T. F Almost a Collapao Yetterday evening a'otit 3 o'clock t he bands working in the price room of W. T, Carrington, oo Fuller street, heard crash and felt the building tremble, and thinkiof the building wa lling in, the whole crow 1 made a break for the door. An investigation disclosed thecaase of the troable. One of the sills bad rot ed completely and gave way, dropping one side of the building about a I t. There was good deal of tobacco la the building, but tbi bad nothing to do with the colUpx. The building is a three stury slur and was the protwrtv of Oeorge W. Watts A force of binds will be put to work today cleanirg the tobacco awn so the carpenters Can put in a new sill. Struck by Lightning. Misses koa and Minnie Lea, of lhi city, hart been tithing relatives near Fairatosh, and yesltrdsy evening de cided to returaj burnt. They were at Fairntosh station wailing for the train when the thunder ttnrm ran e up. Mia Htn wa standing in the An of the dpvt talking with Mr fpewrr I.sli1ey, mho emirs the mail from Katmtwh to Magiville, Mr. l,ahe hid arrived only a short time before and tied bis mule near by. wane they were thai occupied a se vere fUeB of lightning struck wear by from which Mr. Lsshler mu4 Miss kosa received a severe hock. Other psrtirn in the depnt went io their assistance and Miss Rom ws toon alright, but hen the train left there Mr. Latbley id not regained consriowsness. When the storm subsided and lite psrty went out of doors it waa found that Mr, Lashler'sainle had Wen killed oi'riht. , The Misaee arrived borne last nigjtand Mis kosa was feeling m tie the worst lift the shock. I Itiicfclon's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet, ter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns and Skin Eruptions, and positively Cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to ;ive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by It. Blackball & Son, Durham, N. C. When the Heart Is EMueteit. By Rheumatism or any of the nuscles near thai organ, it is Ike tampering with an elect ic wire, for death may come at any noment. If life is worth it, do not hesitate, but get Dr. Drum nond's lightning Remedy. Send $5 to the Drummond Md" cine Co., 48 Maiden Lane, New fork, and they will send you wo large bottles, enough for ne month's treatment, bv firsi xpress. It is not as quick a electricity, but it will save your life ifyou tike it in time. Agents V'anted. Ex Governor , Francis says he vill continue to oppose a call lot a early convention of the Missouri emocrats. m7h. R CLARK .DENTIST, flers his professional . serv es to the jieople of Durham ml surrounding country it very department of D&'i nr. Mflce Over Wyatt Harness Shop, lr 6 Dl'MlAM. XV mOMAS WATTS, l ani Sales Stables, Durham, N C, Kefrw on hand a nu nil kt of IORSES AND flUES, vliieh will In? sold at n ason aM price, fall and ex amine. I3 C. W. EBEIIS, II! ll.l Durham N." C. All iersn.s .Hass pictures desiring firt are rHiwtH to visit iiiv callerv over A 0. Elliott' store on Mail treet and examine my work and prices. inar-1 (rood Cuba molasses at Hern don & Bagwell's. Dixie How cheap. ma MS Sunnyside FLORA. NURSERY. JAMAS H. LAH BE. PROPRIETOR, Fajetteiille, - - N. C. We have Magnolia, Grand flora, Cape Jasmines, Roee Tirerop bulbs 25 cents tei dozen, Kxtra fine Oladiolut bulbs 35 to 75 cents per dozen. EVERORIIENS. Hedge Plants. QrernlouM and beddnsr plants, Calidimm bulb from 6 to lb cents each. mar. 13. UP-TO-Dftie MLIuhbY Is the Talk of the Town. No sttrh ttrirk was ever fief ire shown here, ami ttie immense business we have lre-!y one is evidence ef tJie etipre eia'ion the ladies bavs of our efforts to inir'oTtire tue latest ami most popular Parisian :: Styles All orders left with ut receive prompt attention, an 1 perfect satisfaction is assured. HIS3 MINNIE JENKINS & CO MAIN 8TfiT niiiiTiiiininiiPn IIIUI Magnificent Mi ALLEGED NEGLECT Of FOB. ' Qrlswold'i Estimate or tha fttaa Mot Cbauged by Vtiars. ,: Tho Englisli publio nevor tiros of praising Edgar A, Poo. Ho ia very liko the pet American author thoro. English writers bavo an increased profession of admiration for bim, bo causo thoy soom to regard bim as in a sense their own discovery. Tho theory is over there that the Ameri can people wore incapable of appro, elating Poe's genius, because it had attracted loss attention at home than that of some of his contemporaries. We are inclined to think that this foreign recognition of Poe began in Franco rather than in England, and that it came from his prose writings, which had something of the French manner of construction, more than from his poetry, upon whioh the English place most stress in their commendation. It is not true that Poe was essentially underrated on either of these points by bis coun trymen. His poetry which is read and quoted is confined to a very few pieces, and these received the atten tion which they merited when they appeared in American periodicals, if it was not equal to that given to a more sustained and healthier line of work from other American sources. The studies in Poe's prose which came in the form of stories had the full measure, of popularity which was accorded to productions in a similar vein. It was largely a ques tion of taste as to whether thby should awaken more enthusiosrio feeling. Poe's criticisms of his fel low authors, to which so much of his writing was dovoted, were so im bued with prejudice as to prevent their general acceptance as enlight ened and authoritative. Ruf us W. Griswold's brief biogra phy of Poe is particularly the sub ject of reproach. It must b? con fessed that it reads very much like a philippic against the man. But it does not disparage his work, and for its severity in treating bis character we are inclined to hold Poe responsi ble as much aa Mr. Griswold. Mr. Griswold was not a vindictive man. He was well disposed toward Amer ican authors. His tendency was rather to overestimate them than itherwise. We remember no charge if prejudice on his part except in the saso of Poe. He knew Poe very in timately. He apparently felt it a luty to tell somethinglike the truth ibout tho man. There is abundant jvidence in what he quotes from Poe himself that be has told it Nothing hat has been said against Poe has been disproved. He wrote of -the man as he saw bim and had expert--mceof bim in personal intercourse. Bis opinion U not favorable, and be -teems not to have been equal to mak -ng it so appear. lie might have wftened some of its harshness, but t is much easier for later biogra phers tado this than for one who had the man as he was freshly in mind. No one questions Poe's genius. No one bos ever questioned It But the nan Poo was devoid of moral prin .riiilo. Ho was deficient in a sense of truth and a seme of Justice. Proba bly no man of genius whoever lived made this more constantly apparent to bis contemporaries. They could not disregard it; ncilh rr could the American people generally, who knew it quite as well They could oot take Poe to their hearts as they took Longfellow and Whittier and Holmes. Tho English writers are disposed to reproach them because 3f this. It is largely duo to their ignorance of tho facts In the case that they do so. Minneapolis Jour nal. A Pleat War Hnrns. "The Importance of Veterinary Science is the tide of an article by C F. Adarus in The Itarvanl Maga zine. He thinks that at Harvard, at all events, this branch of study is oot sufficiently encouraged. "So I am bere," be writes, "to plead in an incidental way and with the liberally disposed the cause of our dumb brother. His flesh, too, is bir to many ills, and be cannot describe them. He suffers in silence. Now, in our commonwealth much. as I bare shown, has already been given, much is now being given, to worthy uses. We see its result in our daily walks in public buildings. m libraries, In parks and in the beds of hospitals. It is all good; but In this magnificent giving, why noth ing to man s beloved companion and UUMul servant?" mt mis. Send your address to H E Biicltlen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will con vince yon of their merits. TUese pill are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. tot Malaria and Liver trouble they have been proved invaluable Toey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterous sub- dance and to !c purely vegetable, They do not weaken by thir ac tion, but giving tone to the atom ach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size sc per box. Sold by K. Blacknall & Son. Droggit. "There's nothing like poached eggs," as the mn said when he robbed his neighbor's fowlhoasc. -Tid Bit. Fatlierr-What do you mean, sir, by bugging my daughter? Jack Ford I was r nly obeying the Biblical injunction to. ''hold fast that which is tood," Harlem Life. : He Artie explorers are the saf est men in the north to trust your self to. 5 She Why so? He They are always cool in the time of greatest danger. In dianapolis Journal. M Do you smoke much?" asked P.ttlow. "Three a day 011 an average' said Dawkitis. "Why, you've smoked nine to my knowledge today," said Pat low. -:',;' Yes," said Dawkins, ' But you must remember that I dids't smoke at all until I was 15. I'm catching up on an average." Harper'f Bazar. Hote'keeper I wish you might give me some idea for a taking ad vertisenicnt of my hotel. ; Advertising AgentHave yoo mosquitoes? Hotelkeeper Well, of course we have one or two. Advertising Agent Tben ad vertise that fact. You might say that at the outside limit vou have .inly two mosquitoes, and that quests desiring to use them must jpply two months in advance. Harper's Bazar. A Fatal Fall. Yesterday morning between 10 ant) 1 1 o'clock an accident occured to twt men in West Durham that will probabb prove -fatal to one of tnetn. Oscai Brown and Harvey Stone, two car pen ten, were at work on the two story res iJence of Stokes Mays, which is in tin course of erection near the Erw in cot ton mill.. While the men were busy at then work and little thinking of danger, tht scaSo'd suddenly gave way and thren tte men to the ground a distance ot twenty-seven feet.'- The men fell from-the top scaff ll a distance of ten feet to one underneath tearing it loose and carrying, it with ihem in the downward course. - . Brown alighted astri le of one side of on empty barrel, ant hvl the sMn icratchet off of his aide from the sbou denlown. He was also badly bruised but his conditio:! is not serious Hi waa carried to his .home on Raudolp' S -eet yesterday eiening. Mr. Stone is the worst hurt man ol the twtaltbmgh be is not scratched uj as bad as Drown It is thought he was hurt internally. He was carried to the Watts hospital late yesterday afternoon and bis recovery is considered doulitf ul He is a man w ith a family and has wife and several cliil Iren dependent on his labor for support. His home is on Ferrell street Drs Hollowav an I CHe-fiam attended the wounded men. Several of tbe men who are op posing Senat.T Quay have been b?ne&ciaries of his political friend Ship. :'' . aWSk eV- fcr.c r ft.-. .. a MMMti Mwl. rENHYROYAL PILLS TUSTIC AND rASVILLE KAtLVAV. Seberatc In ftwt July I, Inn. STATS, reVt, iisiiy. .Kn.t rmit ( A lu Pm 4 npm W I 4 . pm i n I'm mpm lUt 4!pm laps I'MpS u a m t 3 a at M a a Mia 2 vi a ta 1 Mia Wa a Id wa a Ktlia Id Nib IV iff a a 11 is a a II a a II ST a a II ! a a II a a 11 tf. a a It UtM 12 l-" m lit a a l p a um a a I Una I4lim I 4i in Ponmwrnili, Kvrfoik. ilntt), aim hUivl (WHMi.l.-ralllll, farbiih. I ntHll, llollan.14 , llmad, lanklia, SWfrjr-. ourilaM, Kirun, I-n-rhillf, A'Um-iv, ).r-n fUlii, J. 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D. upon the ab'e and eloquent president of Trinity college, Rev. J. C. Kilgo. There is no burlesque in making a man of such uncommon gilts a D D. Wilmington Messenger, Russell Sage virtually contends that Laidlaw was hi his employ, that for a fixed sumlie was entitled to the use of his body, his brain and his muscle. His contention seem.sjto be that he had a right to put Laidlaw between himself and the bomb just as he used Laidlaw to tell unwelcome visitors tkat he was "hot in." If this new idea of an employer's liability is accepted, it will make a new chapter on law and hereafter Russian serfs will be free in comparison with clerks in big oflices. Xews and Observer, ; David Oldliain, a deacon in the Baptist church,' has been arrested .'or robbing the Mendocino stage tear Ukiah, Cal., a week ago. He lad as an accomplice a man named lilton, who had confessed, imp! i ating Oldham; i The robbers se ured $ 1,000 and the officers have ecovered Hilton's share. Oldham tood well in the community, ai d he plan was for him to swear to ,n alibi for Hilton in case the lat er was suspected. . C, ,t "Cholly believes in himself thor oughly," faid one girl, 'tYes,' eplied the other; "he's so credu- ous." -Washington Star. Frobbs So you were in the Iowa ! yc'one. At what point did the torm leave the town Dobbs It didn't leave the town took it along. Truth. . A Lively Time (She) I was (laying whist also !at night- It rs the first meeting of our Vonii Ladies' Whist Club. . " , . It is generally believed in Ken- 0 - ncKy mat secretary van.e wiu -ucceecl b2nator ulacknurn Uses Mexican Mustang Liniment SrSrain cured and crutches thrown away. Bad' Gall on his horse's neck cured in 3 days. Lym to ww Buggies Phsetoris. c.p.iiowm; 3 iiSfeL'- '0r Stockr He TillUke in exchange old T3hiciies. Prices th LOWEST, - The Beat atwM a 1 For Sale by MANHOOD er...auarir,.afMli-t.., Slant. Vhlrh l-ulil. Vgrasiela IMrhaaila.c.,k; w. at. ISHBi ' m -f;. . aai .. ... -. . .r V This lshle BesSoO The dissatisfied flemcnts in the democratic party bf the country have some real grievances which can be adjusted and"vill be Mf the party' managers display a little wisdom. Danville Register SOUTHERN RAILWAY IN EFFCTE March 3, I8O5, TRAINS LltAVK RAI.EIGH, W. C, Daily, conkww-- ., , . AHiwimbxrii, fur til points North suit Hiiulli, ami Miiliiii-:-kiii ail iMiliim.i.n (he Sorth-went-rii Norlh Carolina liailniail. At fcaU4mry, 6r all imliitu ill Wiwuini Nurili t arollna Kn'uvlliB, Tenri., I'ln.liinall aiul wt-Mi'm points; at ( harliiitr. h Hlirtaiitinrt, lirw-nvillx. Allii'iia, Al laiita uud all Hilnla Suiilli. Conmi'H at Diirltara for Oxford ftarkavllUiaml Keysville exwnt him ,1..,. i. i:r.unl.irn. w tlie Wah- I:s0. A. M. Ually hiKioiiaml Honthwwtem etilailij (l.lmltiKl), ami Ilia New "t ami Kloiiila Khort Mm (llmltiit) train fot all iliiU North, aul with mam Uiu- X,. I'l tuT iMIlvilld. ltll'lllllOlHl ami tntcniiiillata l'tu stallmia; lw ham- iwlioii for Wiintoii-Salnnsml with main Una train No. 86 fat mall a:i0 , f M Ualljr for Cliarlollo, Hmriaiinnrff, iirwru vllle, Atlanta ami all Bolnta Knntli ..I. .. i..l.....l.lu Au,alu I 'tlMrla-Klllll HIM 1 -l.llltlli... - ..-- Mivaiiiili,Jai'kMiivill anuall I ill it In Klorlila, Sl-ilii(tt'r for Aiutnla JankMMiville and at t'liarlotte wllb car lor AiiKU'ut-. , roiinwinai St-lms for Fajettevllli' .ml iiiiMriniNltriti- Htallona imi the w i. -n A ravviH'vltle Wmrt tit. dally. liol.lalHirofor NV'Wttiru aim Mnn-n.u l liv. dallv exwnt Sun-lavs fir ll- iiiliiKliinaiid Intt-nitrtitateiitiiliiawuB the w At K. at. dauy. M f Troiii OoUlrla! and fiint Eaut. I (iui t Imrliam for OsfiHI J ( InrkM IIU, VirKlnla ilnli.alBl KkIi I inofri, m IwIip I CoiiiinU nt Solnai f Wllwai, Bwl I Mioiot. Turl-ni ami ka-al ttalltaia d 1.02 A M I orlolk -ti ariilliM iLailraularriiuvsl ex run lioiolrfi U.-uj 4 uu Tk.vim amtivc at HAL-nRM. a. r. i.0 ( Krn N. w York, riillailrlpliia. Wh- . 1' M .'lii.-ton. HI -11111011.1, jrcviiMru;all iMily I imiiiu nurili ami mull. 7 II 1 rroia ii-u.l"ir"tid all point norin 1 iwujr Ibi uait-iiili. r-t I . Froni tioidMar, intily I 4 os IV I From (ioldilaim. Wllndncton. Fa ritrvtlluawl all point III nwlvru Cam I una, ll f N From Dnrliam. f.l. riarkmrtllc Va.. ladntftaml lili-loiKn-l. I'nun itullboru ami all p4nl at f M Iiallr ft Sinn I I'lillimni'aniMi afli'mn n tmln Imm lUMcli tit i.rwuil.ifii, ami lai mrnni loin fr.'Oii.niiiiu- a i..nhlritally train. l!o-n r.aloiih.fharlolir ani MUntii. uiii.'k tiin': niH-xivot-il ;-c'oioiiHr dill ai. t.. ll..plli.,TPA,lhat'olt.-.VO. .v.:i i if. w.A. sr 1 a T.r Mit-'isi-r. 111 I Art v , diii,-t.n, ii ljiU'rn ry.U'ia.) rH-RBAM, C Jan. II, 1K1V iff j. ih., IWtya. A. 1. Gmtknwa: For fifu-a yrars I hare asml Mexlcaa .Mustang Uninwnt, and t snnwd-r It th tHtiol- mrnt oorarth ; I am sm aiithoat it, I rwcatly iwed It cm a tal gall ua my horse's ajrrk and it rund it In tbrw fiars. I kail, al-i, a bad spnia In my fcf and had 1 1 u rruU hra r-"mil da jrs. As as ! Iitubd Muatang Uniim nt 1 Mt rrlirf, ami la a frw days waa entirely aril. I iwsnmrtvi It to any am arlin( a liniiiimt for bnrsrs or for ai-lf, with rift-lror that thrjr will grt their DKairy'a wiarth. Yoors, a HUTtlUXdH. Of Carringtia ft Huu-hfatpi, Im'sa( Rrara's Warrbnws, Durhaja, K. C J)U1MIA.w,N. C. Hi. !ll rtfM'k till? H ,fi m c;t;H:s.r.iu:iV 'aXOJiSHIACTfl.VS, ' M nil YS, vc. i.v.t Ik- jy&s,f'r'ofn ri-il in tin ritj ('sill r-tul .examine' lii 17. L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE "& ... . rreaia wrar lk W. L. Douglas 3 and 14 thoa. m- . n mmr re eaall. aaiMaelaee. 7 r .l niH nw In ' 1 1. n-i A t. 1i',f":,"',1.''iarBiri,Mi4. . Ilfrai,MHMti4, , S0,84,S3.CO raeweeaa.freaek V-VA- y",' X' " S3. BO Po!a ir 3 io! i a car m. . . . i w mi. I iir " ,Ms-aittitiatiiJ(iasai Mrs. B. Davis. finSTOnEDi;,r"t,! r ,..r i,, 7"'.V"!"V 11 hrm9 ,.r . " " I"'.. OOl.fii n. T'ilm,Mm' StllEDlMISEFHlOf.llS-1-i ( LEAVES-tfURHAM, N. 0. 7 00 Daily. 6 00 am Daily ex. cept Sunday for Lynchburg and ocal stations. Arrive Lynchburg (Union Sta tions) 11 45 am., 3 36 pm; Ly. Lynchburg for Uurharn 2 45 pm, Daily 0 20 ara.rr Daily except Sunday. WEST-BOUND. ... LKA.VK tVHCUBt'BO DAILY. 30 S am. for Roanoke, Radford, liluelie'd, Pocahontas, also for Kocky Mmnt anil Call slatious Winslon-Salem IHv'mion. on neotaat KoanokeSos am., with Washing, um nnd Chattanooga Limited for all umm south and wrst of Bristol. Pullman slrrii rs Koanoks to Mempliis and Ju'ew Orlisn.. Dining car atiw a nin Itailr. "Tha ChiraiM Exnrwa for Koaiioke, Uluelield, P cahoutas, he ova Omnibus aud luxago. ruiiman Untie slvrner Bnrnoka to Columbus , williiH.i dislike. Connerts at Koditird for liriaiol, Knoxvil'e, t liattanouga and tntrrtnediats uointa- t'uliman Sleeper haitlord in Cliat-lano- fta. Arrive Lynchburg Daily from , the wt. , 12:30 a. m., 1:3 1 p. m CA8THOUSn-I.KAVK L K II 111 Kn nAti.Y I if Ptn for hit liinon lYtrralitinr and Norfolk! arrives Vrivr-hurg al S 41 tm. eonnectiue with Kn hm nd and 1'rtt-ivli,r -. .1 ..:. f J . ..n " raiin aa, arriTingin iiirnnionu aiuuimi; arrive Noifnlk 8 41 imi. II 4J aid. Arrive ivtrmtxirg 3(lam,ci.n nertuiK Willi K. A V. K. li. dailr: arrive Kichuiond 8 27 am; am re orrolk 8 Wain. Cullman l'alaceilwjirr U Norfolt. Also Pullman l'a'ai-e t-lei-oer ' I'etwwn l.trochburff and Hirhmond. 1 hi car sill be rrsdt l-t'lilair--atoOl' pm. for the reeeitioD of paaMiigrs. Arrive Lynciiuurg uaily from toe fvast. 4:55 am., 2:10 pm WINSTON-SALEM DIVISP N Lease Rt.noke Kile. II 10 pw f Win- ibm-Sulem sod intermediate sialione. Nnrth n J i ni lli viaioei.-Leave Pula.ki 9 7 am. 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