THE DUXiHAM DAILY UJLOBlfi, THUHSOAiT, OCTOBER 8.
tt ei q a
for these imitations and SUbSti- j
tutes, they are poor stuff at the
best and increase your misery.
Take Simmons Liver Regulator
only. You will know it by the
large red Z on the face of every
package and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, -Constipation, Biliousness
end Sick Headache.
IIZJGULATCR j !
J. H. Zfilin & CO., Phil'a. Pa.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
4 :" s m
9 i a la
12 h'Z p m
7 Wl p in
10 a" a m
VZ 0Z u in
10 : a in
5 45 p rn
5 05 am
4 30 p m
K. .1 I. I:, K. I Leaves
Depot, fuot Corcoran St. j Durham.
Nij-'ht Dx. lor Greens. 3 32am
. ' lit K-v. lor (joins. 5 40 a m
l';.s.s nger from ltaleii-rh
I'assuiJger lor Raleigh 5 55 p m
r'x press for (ioldsboro VI 5(J p m
Express for Greensboro 7 05 j m
Ft. aii'l Pass, lor Selma 1 1 '0 a m
Ft. ari'I Pass, for G reens 45 p m
o. & II. It. " Leaves"
Depot, loot Corcoran St. Durham.
Express for Kichrnond 10 45 a in
Express from iiiohmond
Ft. and Pas:-, for Kich. 7 15 p m
Ft. and Pass, from Kich.
J 7 & . ii7 H. i'-"LeTtver
Depot, foot Corcoran Ht. ' Durham.
Mail and Express J 10 35 a, in
Mail and Es : press
1'reihr and 1'a.ssenrer j 5S0pm
Freight and Passenger
I,. A; I). I?i if. i" l.Aivt','
Depot, foot. Dillaro Fr. j Durham.
9 JjO :i m J
3 10 in j
M.iii 1 : un Pynehiiurv 5 (K) a m
Ft. and i'ass. from Jjr GO a ra
YOUHG MEKOLD MEN
SET !fl THE TOILS GF THE GESPtHTS SF DiiEASt,
They make htrolc efforta ta tree thcnselveB,
c?.. ?'Ut not Unowiric how to pucresstsiij
'b 2 H A K O F F T H C H 0 P. R I D 3 N A K E S
utv ri vc npin i:nr htm fiiik it. to in c:tij
Vsjy - VT I VYZr X) F"nt free' lc-t-raid, (sealed)
VOv X'SJ') the philosophy of Dirca-
'i K -' J and . diction oi aa
Orpar.i o? Man, snanow By
by methods escltifcively oar
own, tne worst, r:wr.ii
Lost or Tailing Manhood,
1 A tfflAfll T!m
( and iilrd, ESccts cf Errors
or ETceEBfS. Btiiniea or
Bei!flte la a 'lay.
Hmvto tnlarsre and Br.ren.Tt w:n'.'l A., .j b i-c. v iv .
IIUANC ft PAilV 3 ofUOC !f iaa'ie plait to ail Intel eat.4.
Ma;-.U''.- from M tiafs, Ttviiiori.-s at.-l For!:.in Coautrie.
V,., rr! nrH:ri.-.i. K..r Kot.k.f'ill fvpl-inmi-n nix? proofs, art Jreil
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Situated in the immediate CeuicM of Coun
try that produces a -grade c? Tcbsc ro. th-i ir
texture, flavor and quality is ngt grewn else
where in the world, and beinr; i:i rcsllion tc
command the choice of al! effeir 33 upon thh
market, we spare no pains r.cr cr d. 5 etcgivt
the trado THE VERY EESV.
LUTZ & MIOHIE,
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Ileconnoisfances, surveys, locations, maps,
estimates and specifications for till kinds of
railroad, town, masonry, sewasre disposal,
landscaping, water supply, bridges, roads, etc.
Architecture! plans of all descriptions, esti
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Contractors making bids on any class of work
will do well to call oa us for an estimate of
cost. Plans for m;issi ve structures a specialty.
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j PERICUc TOSACCO.
ITh KvaaoMfi IIh :. u!i;r Flavor and
fhe I 1 1 1 1 . 2 at Curing,
in the case of iriijue tobacco the
j stripping of thr midrib from the leaf
j causes the leaf to fall into two lateral
! halves, which are placed on top of each
ether in such a manner th-it the blade of
; one half of the leaf - alternates with the
apex of the other. These are then
j twisted into what are called "torquets. "
j These torquets "nre folded npon theiu
. selves, side by side, and are placed in
t strong boxes, which are about twelve
: inches .square, and subje-ctt-d to prefigure.
. j After twenty four honrs these torquets
! are talfen out and repac!:L-d in the same
' manner a3 before every twenty-four
j hours for a period of a week, the idea
being evidently to subject the torquets
to a uniform pressure throughout. After
this period has ringed those torquets are
j repacked every three days for about two
week3. During ail tins Iidio the tobacco
is subjected to a constant, steady pres
sure with a press (.f the most I'riuiitive
I ehould not forget to st;ite that ,'ifter
the tobacco has been placed in the prees
one week a black juice Hows out of the
box, which has a pleasant odor, not un
like freshly cooked prunes. Square
pneces of cottonade, 13 by IS inches, are
laid out, and on these the torquets are
opened, or, to u-:e the term of the Eng
lish f-peaki:' Arcadians, the torquets
are unraveled, rrreat care- bein neces
sary to separate each leaf.
The largest leaves are laid upon the
cottonade first, so that when rolled the
largest leaves will serve as a covering of
the carrotte presently to be described.
The smaller leaves are placed longitudi
nally upon the larger ones until throe
and one-half to four pounds are placed
upon the piece of cottonade, the ends of
which are turned inwardly. The cot
tonade and contents iire now rolled into
carrottes, the ends of tho cottonade are
pulled out and a string tied to each end
to prevent the carrotte from opening, and
the whole wrapped in a clothesline,
usually made of coUon.
The wrapping is performed tin the
primitive manner that characterizes the
operation throughout. Use is made of
a windlass and a rope; the end of the
rope is made fast to the carrotte, passed
around a post (driven into the ground),
a twist is now made around the carrotte,
and with each turn of the carrotte the
pressure is increased. This is continued
until the whole of the carrctte is envel
oped; the end is made fast by passing it
through several turns of the rope. This
finishes the carrotte, but, before it is
placed upon the market, it is allowed to
age, which is usually from six months
to a year. During this time the tobacco'
is allowed to undergo a slow fermenta-'
tion, which gives the aroma and taste
that distinguish this tobacco from all
The amount of pcriquc grown and
manufactured has averaged, during the
five years preceding 10.000 car
rottes of four pounds per annum.
Wholesale tobacconists have expressed
the doubt that any modern method
would produce tobacco .with as fine
flavor as that produced by the old and
primitive manner just described. -Pharmaceutical
Mow a It e or; 3 CJol.
Although one m;:y not keep cool, it is
some satisfaction to read how others
manage it. There is the king of Siani,
for instance. lie is said to have in one
of his country palaces a wonderful pa
vilion. It was built by a Chinese engi
neer as a refuge for the king during the
extreme heat of summer. The walls,
ceiling and floors are formed of pieces of
plate glass an inch thick. They are so
perfectly fitted together with a trans
parent cement that the jeints are invis
ible and no fluid can penetrate. The
pavilion is twenty-eight feet long and
seventeen wide, and stands in the mid
dle of -a huge basin made f beautifully
When the king enters the pavilion the
single door-is closed and cemented. Then
the sluice gates are opened and the basin
is filled with water. Higher and higher
it rises, until the pavilion is covered and
only the ventilators at the top connect
it with the open air; Wke-i the heat of
the sun is so great that the water almost
boils on the surface of the freshest foun
tains thi ; viii :j is delicioasly cool.
And th!.- v;iy the king of Siam
cools 1 :f in hot weather. It
sounds v : iigfitful. Exchange.
An A 51 1 0111a tic Wrapper.
One of the most ingenious and at the
same time practically useful among the
automatic machines which have been in
troduced is a device which forms, fills,
weighs and seals packages in those es
tablishments where large quantities of
goods, such as fine cut tobacco, soda,
starch, etc., are constantly pvVr up. The
operation by which this result is accom
plished, though decidedly novel, is not
at all complex in any partionl.-tr. the m;i-
chine consisting merely of a series of
forming 1 !cks, reeeptaehs, folders,
gummers and feeders, all working in
mutual harmony, to that the packages
are smoothly ami ev?. inuously produced.
The- forraiiu.: blocks successively sizo
the paper, which instantly afterward
i? wrapped arou):.! t!t-m, folded aiul
gummed at the end; tne papr sacks are
then plunged ivito receptacles rnled with
the commodity with whit-l) they are in
tended, finally foid d on tp and scaled
Xew York i-nn.
It IV it s.
An Irish servant pvi came to her
mistress one morning begging permission
to o to the dentist to have an aching
'toot" tilled, saying that it had been
going "thuiupity - thuiMp, thumpity
thumpi" r.U night.
When the girl returned, her mistress
"Well, Katie, did yon h;ive tho tooth
"Oi did, mum."
"What did you have it filled withr
'Oi d:. know just phwat it was,
mum, bet from the way it fales Oi
should t'ink it wast'nnderand loiglituing
he'd pur into it. muni " Von th's Companion.
Thedeathof Miller Willis, the Georgia
evangelist, revives i...u-y iuteresting
Etories concerning his life and method,
lie was certainly the queerest character
that ever preached the (t.; pd ;t a camp
meeting, at which place he was gen
erally found. H'xs pnio and holy life,
however, was a u:.A ir,r all. Uut about
his methods: He fn-qa-utly stopped
strangers in tbe Mrls. r.nd planting
himself in front of Hit-m would announce
Borne startling text ;iud then disappear,
leaving the man r vo;;: sn to preach the
fermon to his or her own liking
For instance, he on one occasion
6 topped a st ran ere r a
.1 shouted in his
ears, "This night thy s-.
quired of t-jee!" Willis
a ear afterward he met
other city. Willis had
but the stranger knew
::1 ftLall be re-v.-.iii.-.hed.
t'.ie man in an-
proaching him Ixii extended his hand and
said: "That text you shouted out so
strangely to me on the streets of Mil
ledgeville set me to thinking. It was
the means of my conversion.
On another occasion, a dark, rainy
night in winter, he passed . a crowded
hotel in the city of Charleston. Men
were lounging and smoking in the lobby.
Willis opened the door. but the little
figure in dripping garments attracted no
attention. Suddenly, after rapping loud
on the floor with his heavy stick, every
eye was turned toward him, when Willis
eaid, "There won't be a man in this
house alive in fifty years from tonight!"
And he slammed the door and went out
into the night.
Some time afterward he was ap
proached by a young man on a street
car, who introduced himself by saying:
"I have long desired to meet you and to
thank you for saying what you did in
the hotel lobby one winter's night. Your
words have been ringing in my ears ever
since, and I am now a Christian man."
Tlie Hey of Death.
About the year 1000 a stranger named
Tebaldo established himself a3 a mer
chant in Venice. Soon becoming infatu
ated with the daughter of one of the
most ancient and wealthy families he
asked her hand and was rejected, the
young lady being already affianced.
Half crazed and, thoroughly enraged ho
planned revenge. I'eing an excellent
mechanic he soon evolved a most formi
dable looking key. The handle of this
unique weapon could be easily turned.
Being turned it disclosed a spring with a
missile in the shape of a needle of ex
quisite fineness. With this weapon Te
baldo waited at the church door until
the maiden he loved passed in on the
morning of her marriage. When the
bridegroom appeared the desperate lover,
unperceived, sent the slender poisoned
needle into his rival's breast, and within
an hour he was dead of a "strange, baf
Again Tebaldo demanded the hand of
the maiden, but was refused. Within a
few days both her parents had died in
a very mysterious manner. Suspicion
being excited, examination was made,
and the small steel instruments found
in the rlesh in both cvsos. One day the
maiden allowed Tebaldo ;m audience,
but told him that she would never be
his bride. Within ;m hour she was a
corpse. Tebaldo was suspected, the key
discoyered and the culprit hanged. The
celebrated "key of death" is still shown
to the curious visitor of the Venice
museum. St. Louis Itepubiie.
A Conyeiihe.it Ilbe;.
The following incident happened at
Oroville, Cal. : It was a handsome soli
taire, and she evidently desired the jew
eler to know that it was her engagement
"I would like to have this ring cut
down to r.uit my finger," s.dd the hand
some heart smasher, as she flourished
the brilliant ring before the eyes of the
The jeweler took the ring and smiled
he had seen it before.
"1 can fix that in a mi note," replied
he. Screwing a magnifying glass in his
eye, and taking a small sharp pointed
instrument in his hand, he touched a
minute button on the inside of the ring
and made it the exact size, saying, as he
placed it on her finger. "You see these
rings are made in this manner for the
reason that they are worn by so many
different people; it is a great conven
ience." The young lady sailed out of the store
burning with indignation, and the rea
son she did not fly was because she didn't
have the wings. What did slit- think?
You know, and it is only necessary to
state that she did not wear the ring.
Another girl has it now, but this time
the jeweler .was not permitted to touch
the button the young man did it him
self. Jewelers' Circular.
A Deaf ."lute Cow.
Alexander Skerkoff, the Russian vet
erinary Eurgeon. reports the case of a
deaf mute cow. She is 10 years old. of
Algava breed, belongs to a Russian no-,
bleinan', and has never showed signs of
hearing or been known to bellow. See
ing that other cows bellow, she tries to
imitate them, retching out her head
and opening her mouth, not, however, !
producing the U r.-t semblance to a
sound. Two of her juTspring have been
curiously malformed. One. had its tail j
directly between the eyes: it lived but a
week. The other is a full grown cow of
5 years, with hr rddrr in her Sank,
about eight inches from her backbone. -London
A tutioii i:ct very far from Pitts
burg, on the C:;lti;:?; re .U'.l Ohio rail
road, has the jjock! o! i English name cf
Scho. In aniicnnci::git there is no op
portunity for the hraht-Tiien to disguise
the word, ns he is too iipt to do with the
names of other places.
As a train neared tho town not long
ago the word was distinctly Ehoutfcd,
and a passenger was heard to say to tho
man sharing his seat:
"How many towns in this part of the
country have Indian names? .fn?t think
cf it Soho, Mononsahda and Dn
quesne, all near together. Youth's Companion.
Si s s
L. J . L. m
My little four year "old girl had
aggrarated case of eczema. Tha best
physicians treated her, without anj
good results. A single bottle of S. S. S.
cured her sound and welL This was
four years ago, and she haa had no re
turn of the disease since; and herskia
perfectly smooth and clan.
James K Henry, Detroit, Kich.
Treatise on Skin disesfces mailed free
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Gx
When such men a9 Dr. J. B. Ilaw
thoi ne, llev. Sam P. Jones, Dr. P. S. Hen
son, Rev. M. II. Wells, Gen. James Long
street, Gov. R. B. Hubbard, Dr. D. I.
Purser, Dr. M. B. Wharton, Rev. O. L.
Haily, Col. L. F. Livingston, president
Georgia state alliance, and others too
numerous to mention, of undoubted ve
racity, endorse a medicine in unqualified
terms it means something.
These men give King's Royal Germe
tuer their endojsemeat and hearty recom
mendation. Germetuer will cure all dis
eases that originate from poisonous germs
in the blood. To the extent that the
germ theory is correct, King's Royal
Germetuer is the remedy. It is no
accident." It is prepared as a germ de
stroyed, and i9 the result of 15 years
study of a medical genius. Every family
should keep a bottle on hand for burns
or bites of poisonous insects. It is a
specific for colds. It will arrest and cure
fever quicker than quinine. Newspapers
are endorsing this wonderful remed
and many physicians use it in their prac
tice. It is destined to be a standard
remedy. Ask your druggist for it. . If
he cannot furnish you, send direct to
King's Royal Germetuer Co., Atlanta
Ga. Price $1 per bottle.
Write them for one of their little books,
which tells wonders.
A CONFIDENTIAL WHISPER
Cannot verj' well be conveyed through
the columns of a newspaper, but fortun
ately there's no mystery about ourchairs.
There is no necessity for whispering a
speaking trumpet would be more appro
priate. If you are so constituted that it
ia difficult to persuttde you, come and
look at them for yourself. Whatever
else may fail to convince you, the evi
dence of your own eyes can't be resisted.
It will take you less than a minute to see
that they are all that we say about them
and that even a speaking trumpet could
not do them justice. Here's an offer that
we cannot guarantee to keep open very
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