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THE DURHAM RECORDER.
BY MRS. 11. H. FAIRBROTHER. (DITOa AMD raoFKIlTOB. iJI..iir.J4 O.'.'Ji: Hlllsboro THURSDAY, OCT. 2 1895 The editor of thU paper It a free dtltfn and Am tra1r. Coinnnniicntions are swhcHni on ell subjects. All letter for Tm Kbcokkkr or its editor aliuuli! tit! atldreawd tti Thk kkcouhkk, Hillabom, or Durham, N. C. HulimiriptioH price i.aOavear. in sttvaiiue. Thi Kbouhukr la Die oldest pier in the Stat, atid therefcire is eatab- uounticaa larger circulation wan uie coniuuwu etrculauimolaiiotuer newspapers. , miLISHKD KVKRT IHlaSDaY, Newspaper Subscription Law, A summary of th dwJiion of thernlted States courts Uiuchinir newspaper subscriptions: 1. SubMTit who do not (five ex press orders to the coutrmnr, arts eonshieroa as wunuig w AtukW thai. aunwiFint1iHia. 2. If mitwrriber order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may eouuuue 10 send them uutil U arrearage are paid, S. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their period ilt from the pontottic to which they are directed, they are responsible until they have nettled their bull and ordered tHuia din- continued. a. If wiiiweriheni mora to nlaoM without In- forming the publialier, and lie paper are aem tn the runner aiiilreM. thev are held rexuonMUle. 5. The eouru have deci'led tlwt refusing to take periodicals from the othee, or moving and lwviug them uncalled for, i rimt ncis evi- aeneeoi intentional traua. . If subscribers uav In advance they are bound to give notice at the end of the time if tney no not wisn to continue waing 11; oiner wiac the publisher is authorised to send it, and press notice, with a payment of all arrearages. aeui w me puuiuuirr. a General William Mahone, as is generally the case, is having some really nice things said about him now that he is dead. ' ! ' aasiiiiwi' iw Rev. Dr. Tuttle is on the right tract. Let us have more religion and less money ' in the church, which preaches humility. Sam Jones is quoted as saying that no democrat can get heaven. This is putting it rather strong, but as Sam Jones said it his dem ocratic friends will have to stand it The Winston Republican pre dicts that in future years the pat riotic societies that are now mark ing where Washington crossed the Delaware will be called on to mark the famous spot where G ro ver fished in Buzzard's Bay while the bond syndicate kept the gov ernment pot boiling. Dr. Parkhurst says: "J Lave . met'with people so full of holiness that I thought it would be good if a little of their holiness could be exchanged for good sense. "That's just it There is too little good sense in much of the cant which is palmed off on the unsuspecting as the pure and undemed the in nocence which can only be pre served at the cost of knowledge. The Recorder is tired of all this disgusting talk about the now celebrated prize fight which may or may not come off. Thepapers which devote columns to Corbett and Fitzffimmons, colud, in the opinion of this great Fireside Companion and Household Ne-ces-ity, be more profitably em ployed in advertising their own towns and attacking social abuses nearer home. Reform is in the air and it is getting into North Carolina. The Recorder believes that it will not be long until the cigarette vice re ceives its due attention at the Lands of parents and teachers, and that ministers will admit that highly moral christian men could be in better Lubiness than employ ing themselves in debauching and corrupting youth o'wm'mg not only tkeir bodies by seductive opiates, but their minds as well, with semi-nude pictures of the beautiful in human form, which are not Sunday school pictures to say the leant of it. Mrs." Cleveland is making no friends fur heiwlfor the President iu refuHing to visit the Atlanta exjKitiort Her evident aversion to the South i somewhat hard to understand when it is remem bered that to it die owes her pres ent position, that of Fin-t Lidy of the land. Can it bo that pretty .Franowi YtAwut has lj.ft Ltr netiw; of appreciation and the delicate tact hi b made in r the tuition'; favorite, and elected her not too popular hu&luud to the Presidency the second term? It really looks WHERE WILL IT END? The alarming frequency with which we- read of lynchings not the old time decent and order ly lynchings if the murder of a man by an angry mob can be de cent and orderly that wo used to hear about in the morally cha otic, lawless days of reconstruction following the civil war, when death was supped to pay the penalty of any crime, but lynch. ings the most brutal and fiendish that the human uiiud cau con ceive or human language can de scribe, should cause the most care less and utterly abandoned white man to stop and consider. One of the latest of these now too common "southern outrages," out of which the Northern press never fails to make Capital, was enacted im Tennessee the other day, when a negro, after confessing his crime, was put to the most cruel torture, torture such as the Devil himself would have been ashamed of. The mob-composed, it is to oe supposed, of the chivalry of the section iu which the crime was committed, the rhivalry which honored womanhood and pro posed that society should be pro tected, not content with ending his life, first mutilated his body in the most horrible manner, pass ing around his fingers and toes, his ears and other bleeding bit as souvenirs of the interesting episode. The Recorder is not of the sentimental order which believes that crime should go unpunish ed. On the contrary there are times when, in the opinion of this paper, the corruption of courts and the law's delay would seem to justify extreme measures, when ynching is the only course left. But there is a limit to all things, even though the color of the skin and the political creed of the self confessed criminal happens to be different from that of the "law abiding citizens" who sit as his judges. In the Tennessee outrage the limit was extended to fairly butchering their victim alive and prolonging his agonies as long as there was life in the mutilated body. The incalculable injury done to the south by such cruelty and barbarism is eve"y day more ap parent Then why does the South tolerate it? Or if it tolerates lynchings where the offender is a negro, why not be consistent and treat white criminals in the same way? Crime should know no "dis crimination should know no col or, no creed, no family conection or social distinction. If. we tolerate mob law in one instance we must tolerate it in another, and the question comes: Where will it all end? What are we coining to any way? It was left for the Earl of Marl borough, who is a "juke" doncher know, to come South to take his first lesson in good manners, and to learn that Kentucky was famed for something el besides fat mules. According to the Chicago Inter- Ocean Louisiana cluims the honor of having within her dominions the oldest person now living in this country if not in the worid, in the, person of George Rrowtr, colored, a native of Virginia, who boasts of 131 years, and of having acted a servant of George Washing ton. He claims to have frequent ly blacked the boots of and light ed cigars for the Father of his Country. He has a certificate from VA. Cronigun, his former master, certifying thut he was born in 1761. I mi in on Captain H. A. Ashe will at an early day commence the publica tion of a new democratic paper in Italeigh to be calll the "State." The lliJtmvm glad to welcome Captain Ashe buck to the journal istic field, a field in which he wa o faithful and earliest a laborer for ) long a periodthe best years of his life having been de voted to the cause of democracy and to the uiibuildirxr tif a demo- ' cr&tic daily tit the elate capital, AS A POINTER. The marvelous growth and -eta volopment of the great western city which has made Chicago a synonym tor everytninc that is stupendous in it9 conception and mnguificeut in its execution, has been due, in a grout measure- greater than is commonly sup posed, to the fact that people Awn ing property or doing business in the town- have appreciated the value of printers' iuk have known when to advertise and how to do it. In pursuance of this plan the Palmer House, the lead ing hotel in the city aud one which enjoys au inter-national reputation, is just now seuding out personal letters to the editors of established papers all over the country, in which mention is made of recent improvements and an invitation extended the editor and his will- to be its guests for three days should they visit the the Windy City between now and the first of April. While this might look to some North Carolina landlords like reckless liberality oil the part of the management, it will cost less than the same amount of adver tising in any other form. And herein lies pointer for the South. If, when new hotels are opened, especially at places aspiring to become winter resorts, invitations were sent to newspaper publishers in the North and proper attention paid their represents' tives when they thought proper to accept, Southern hotelista would be surprised to find their business receive such an impetus as it had not before enjoyed. Suppose some enterprising North Carolina man tries the experiment and sees if the Chicago idea is nota good one. The Recorder is gratified to know that there is one minister in Durham who has declared from his pulpit that he will at once commence the work of purifying the church by not tolerating the breaking of the rules on the pait of any of his members. As these rules apply with equal force to gambling and horse racing as to the worldly amusements enumer ated in the discipline, we may look for a stir among the brethren such as has not been witnessed since Sam Jones' last visit This unexpected blow to the cotton fu ture business will, it is said, cre ate a panic in Wall street Louis Michel, the French anar chist, is coming to America. Twenty years ago such an an nouncement would have been re ceived with anything but enthusi asm by a prosperous people, eager for peace and with confidence un shaken in their own peculiarly favored, free and enlightened land. 'lut with skilled labor iu rags. with anarchy breeding in our sweat shops while ill-gotten wealth riots in extravagances as senseless as they are demoralizing, America today offers an inviting field to this modern Jeanne d'Arc, who will apply the match to the wait ing fuse. A gentleman raid to us the other lay that he expected to live to see the time when the splendid build ings in the city of Durham now ued in the manufacture of cigar ettes would he converted into a mammoth cotton mill, furniture factory, or some other manufactur ing enterprise which would 'give employment to as many if not more operative, while at the wrnc time ill wares would Iks of some Mil value to the human race. What a glorious day that would he for Durham. President- Winston, who is a man with a head on him, favors the ojietiing of the doors of the State I'nivemity to both wxes alike. President Winston has dierverwl what sine men are not yet prepared to admit, lha. their wives, mothers and sisters are human kings and t to Le their wmisiksta. Vnni flint tli a fat A en by Rov. Dr. Tuttlo, other min isters in the stato will sco the forco of his argument and the necessity of fighting corruption in high places if they expect to keep the church pure and command the respect of those outsido its protect ing folds. The church which ex cuscs faults and inconsistencies on the part of a rich man which it condemns in a poor one, is not the church which Christ founded and not one which will stand an alysis. DELICATE W FEMALE REGULATOR. IT IS ft SUPERB T0N1G d exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel au impurities. Health and strength are Guaranteed to result trom its use. My wife was bedridden forela-hteen months, after using BKAUFIFXU'S FEMALE KbUU LATOa tut two months, is fretuug well. J. M. JOHNSON, lialrern. Ark. B SID FIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLATTi, (U sis 17 all Dnfjiats at 1X00 Bar tetti 3 STILL HERE. Having gotten rid of all my INCOMPETENT HELP and employed an assistant who knows his business and is thoroughly up with the profession, I am now pre pared to do better work and give better satisfaction than ever before. roiEDlin 5PECIALTT. Wm. Shelburn , PHOTOGRAPHIC STDDIO, MAIX ST., DURHAM, X. C, Everybody Looks Nice In tiothMdredbr HARRIS STEAM llIE DYE WORKS, Raleigh, N. C. All orders by naail receive prompt attention. All work guaranteed. Write lor particulars, ("leaning and binding a specialty. Deal Spit e dsaeke Veen Lilt Away ta the trnfhfri. utarllinf tittle Ma bnnk about Sn-To-hw, the hrml. ruaninlmi tiJmrrtt imi tliat bra tl nintmtnl trnv, eiuni- inm ninpune )., anaan ffmk nwn (nm Mrvtia-th, tlr an I namiuxiri. Vrxi run tm tihyirml orniianr-iavl ri.k. as Su-To-iwe la w Ki r 'imra-lt vrrr tuie umi.-r a anamnt, to enre. vhmk-j f-lwi1,.t. Honk fn. 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It is not as quick as electricity, but it will save your life if you take it in time. Agents iv anted. Hheiuuatlitui Cured in a Das "Mystic Cure" for Rheuma tism and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. IS cents. Sold by lk-am & Varth ing, Druggist, Durham. it Ai i nL a man in every YY town to paint signs. No experience required. Our out fit does the work. (75 a month,) Patterns and full particular. sent upon receipt of 10c. post age. LlTTLErien& Co. Adams, New York. may-29 lm Oreataet James M. Brooks Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo., makes uf fidavit that he suffered frorr, KhcumatUm for years, unti. pcMuadl to try l)rumrnon.l' Lightning Remvy,and that bj its use he Las ben fully rt htoreii He says the remedy is the great est cn earth. This is high praise, but full. warranto J by other miraculous cures. If you want to be cured, send 5 to the Drum mond Medicine Co., 48 Maidt-n Lane, New York, and tbvy will send to your exprfKS address two largo bottles of their rem edy. This" treatm-nt lasts one month, and will cure aoy or dinary case. Agents Wanted. Casts uf 40 years standing when operations have failed have bwn cure t by Japanese rile Cure. Guaranteed by W LI. Yearby. irtii itnv). crtr nr Ti.iw, t iMutm mi, fm, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the Kenior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney fc Co., doing business in the City of Tol.-do, county and State afore said, anu that said men will pay the sum of ON E HUNDRED DOLLAKsfor each D1 every caso of Catarrh the cannot be cured by the us of Hall's Catauku Cl'BK. FIUNK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this Cth day of December, A, D. lbHd. A. IV , Out Anus-, Notary Public. Itii'-klcii'fi Arnica Halve. The l!t Halve in the world for uts, UruirM'S, Mores, Ulcers Salt Uheum. 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This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding prompt ness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and ev ery part of the urinary passage in male or female, it relieve retention of water and pain fa passing it almost immediately. If you want Quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Bold wy iieartt s Farthing, Druggists, Durham, N. C. A Million Friends. A friend in niwil tm at rVianrt in. deed and not Iras than one million r"ple hare foond just such A friend in Dr. Kinga New Dincovrrv for Con. uiiiption.CouKln, und Colds. If u never ttki lb, 0rpal 5iKh Medirine, o trial will con mce too that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases 6f Throat. Chest a.id Lungs. Each bottle in euarantixl tn An all iii.i claimed or nioneir will be refunded. Trial bottles free at BucKaUXt & Dnie atore. Lar boHe WC and H.00 Ttll.l.TIUXTOJI. With Stir ..... tj iui-u m . i Erl. .!1 .!"'" "" Will ninl L.'l 'i'"V,'-J,r"0"''"' ' r..fi.la. T..l Iiinti atl hi.ta-ti. 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