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THE DURHAM DAILY 6H.OB1G, iLUDA, NOVEMBER 13.
ifORTvING PEOPLE can taKe Dimmons T a p.v Rfi(ynlfl.tnr without loss of time or dan ger from exposure. It takes the place of a doctor and costly prescriptions and is therefore the medi cine to bo kept in the household to be given upon any indication of approach ing sickness. It contains no dangerous ingredients but i3 purely vegetable, gentle yet thorough in it3 action, and can be given with safety and the most satisfactory results to any person regardless af age. J t has no equal. Try it. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Ai rivi-s l.ni!t;ii. ;j c ;i m 4 :(" u iri y a in Z W p in 7 IM ) 111 1 1 ;." a m l.: iks it in A ni t'S Durham. in :;7 a m 5 ") j) m , (i.'i a in Arrives Dui hum. 4 :(! J m H :iu ;i m Arrives Diirh f.n. 7 p m :i fi) p m i:. v J. K. it. Depot, loot Corcoran fct. Might Ex. lor (Jroens. Xitfht Ex. lor Uoiis. I'ii.-s.sonjor lrora Italeih Uuxsener for Raleigh Ex)iet-d lor ioiaslx.ro Kx press for Greensboro Ft. ami I'ass. for feel ma Ft. and I'ass. for (Jiccti.s Depot, foot (Joreuian .St. Express for I'u iinioml !v press from Ki.-h;i.o.'ii Ft. iiii'l Pass, lor Mit-fi. Ft. and Fa.-:;-:. Irom icieii. !. S: N. SC. II. D'-pOt, loot .'ores );!:; t. Mail ami Kvnrens Mail ami Express Freight and i:a-eriT Freight and Passt iwr i.. n. k. n. Dep;(, i'oot Ii!!ad Si . Maii tt'iM'i r.",':M.di!ii)'j Fi.iMid i rom I;.' LfHVOS Durham. uiim 5 40' a ui 5 55 p in 12 r,t; p m 7 15 p m 1 i -J) a in YZ 45 j) m Leaves iaurham. 10 45 a m 7 !5 p m Lerues Durham. 1( 5 a m 5 2t p ra Lr-nve Durham. 5 Pi i a rn ? tiO a r.i If you, I tare a : LB er COUGH.: acute or lesuliissr to C0NSUSVSPT3OH, OF MIRE CS E.IVF.St Oil. i AND HYPOPHOSPHITES J OF LUIE AND SODJ. I IS SURE FOXl XT. ( This preparation contains the stimula- ( ting properties of tiie Htpophofphite 0 and flue Mortcegian Cod Liver Oil. Used J J by physicians all the world over. It is as jmltttable a$ milk. Three times as effica ( clous as plala Cod Liver Oil. A perfect Emulaion, hotter than all others made. For all fornid of Wasting "Diseases, Bronchia, j Scrofula, and as a Flesh Producer i ihoie la nothlnz like SnflTT'S EMI11 SlftH. i it is sold by all Druggists. Let no one by 1 profuse explanation or impudent entreaty ; induce you to accept a substitute. i G. M. HARDIN, JR., Itey, Fed and i St&tdfs ! Near First Baptist Church. THS BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Hates. t Finest Carriages in the City. BOAKDlNii HOUSES A SPECIALTY. m - Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers (JIVE ME A CALL. THE BEST IN TiE WORLD BULL DURHAM SMOKIHG TOBAGG GT t;,e cenuihe KOXE GEM'IXE "WITHOUT THE Trade-Mark of the Pull on Eaci Package. Situated in the immediate Section of Court :iy that produces a grade cf Tohaccp, that ir texture, flavor and quality is ?ot grown else where in the world, and bcin?, in "position tt command the choice of at! orfcii'-.ns -jpon thii market, we spare no pains roi c r cr.se to givi toe trade THE VERY SSGT. TUTZ & MIOHIE Civil Imm m ArcUtects ! HeeoaMnisnnc'.'!, siirve?, locations, maps. st i mat os an.l sin-eitif utions for ail kinds of pulroad. town, nuisonrv. sewatre disptvsal, lanflsoapin water stmplv, l.riiU'es. rouds, etc. Aichitivtiual plan of ail descriptions, rsti roatcs, spvt-itications and supcriiittndence. (-mtruetors makini bids on any elass of work yildowell to call on us lor an estimate of t. l'laiu fr maiw structures a spoolalty. a :c3sv m iii 1 h 1 t CHASED BY MAD DOGS. HAIR3READTH ESCAPE OF A CLUB MAN AND HIS BEST GIRL. k Yarn Which Goes to Prove That llaik Ing Dogs Do Bite Sometimes Still Some Savage Urates Don't Waste Mach Time In JJarking; When Out for Hlood. No one had spoken at the clnb for about an hour when a raconteur rose to the occasion. Laying aside his pipe with I a look of regret he began: "It's a popular saying that barking dogs don't bite. Like other popular say ings this is a fallacy and misleading. Barking dogs do not bite while they are barking, but there is only one species of canirve that sneaks up to you and takes hold without saying a word. That i3 the Scotch collie, which inherits its habit of silent biting from a sheep nipping an- "Story! Btorj'T' called out the pres ident. "Story? 'God bless you! I have none lo tell, sir,' " quoted the . raconteur, re membering his classics; "this is only a memory of two dogs, accursed brutes, that lived with an unfriendly man on a hill, over which the postroad was laid. This man, who was a Cain among his fellows, kept two savage mastiffs, who not only barked but bit whenever it was possible. I was courting my first wife np there in the Cumberland mountains in British North America where this happened, and had to pass the house regularly. I drove a blooded mare that went like a bird, and the dogs were no match for her, but it was very annoying to have them follow me down the hill for a mile or more barking and yelping like demons. They would bark at the stage coaches and run long distances after them, but the passengers were safe Inside and the driver and those on the outside were too high for them to reach. But I heard frequent stories of their at tacking men, and being beaten off with sticks and stones. I asked why they were not killed and my answer was always the same, a shrug of the should ers and the remark: 'You don't know the kind of man their owner is.' It seemed that he lived alone with his iiogs, and people feared him so much they dare not go to him to complain or call in the provincial laws to help them. A TERRIBLE CHASE. "A crisis came, when one day I took my sweetheart out for a sleigh ride in a low pung belonging to her father, to which was harnessed my own sure and swift footed mare. It was a lovely day and we expected to make a safe and rapid descent of the mountain, a dis tance of "ten or twelve miles. The air was crisp and cold, the sleighing fine, and we skimmed up the ascent and reached the landing before we knew we had started. There we were met by the iogs. I think it would have been less linicult to have gotten rid of a pair of wolves. I dare not give my mare her head going down that long, steep declivi ty on frozen suotw and the dogs, era--boldened by the cold or maddened by repeated lashings from my whip, jumped at my companion and tore her cloak and her dress in mouthfuls. I clubbed with my whip and beat them on the head, but they did not even seem to feel my blows. Their great black and yellow frames quivered with ferocity. The hair on their backs stood up like manes; their eyeballs gleamed red and angry, and the noise they made was deafening and dis tracting. "'Oh!' I exclaimed, 'why haven't I a pistol?' " 'Look in the box under the seat,' fried my companion, whose face was blanched. "I looked quickly, and found a rusty loiible barreled horse pistol of a make of forty years ago. " 'Is it loaded?' I asked. " 'Yes, but don't shoot. If you do that man will kill you!' TWO SHOTS FIXED THEM. "I remember thinking how like a woman it was to tell me where to find the pistol aud then ask me not to shoot. "I laid the reins loose on the mare's back and away she went like the wind, be3'ond my control now, and I knew she would never stop till she was a mile be 'ond the level ground at the foot of the hill. 'If the pung held together; if nothing made the mare swerve from the direct line; if, in fact if Providence kept an eye on us, and the breeching didn't break, we might escape breaking our necks. I looked back and saw the dogs gaining cn us, even at that mad gait then I took aim and fired. Bang! Bang! There were two dark objects lying prone on the snowy road, and as quick as she could gather her feet under her niy mare stopped in her tracks. She was trained to the rise of a gun. "But my companion urged me to hur ry on, and we were soon down the in-line and beyond the reach of recogni tion or pursuit, and strange to say no : 3ne but our two selves ever knew who killed those doses. We heard the most 1 marvelous accounts of the slaughter, the weapon varying from a Queen Anne .nu:ket to a cannon, but dead they were as door nails, and their reign of terror . :ver. I imagine their owner did not care ! to venture out to avenge their death. I irove boldly past ihe house every day, but was never molested or even suspect ed. But I often heard their unknown slaj'er praised and applauded for the leed which rid the neighborhood of their hateful presence." Detroit Free Press. Cleaning: FUU Described. The first time my little Marie, aged , twenty-six. months, saw the girl dressing the fish for diuner she came running to me, her eyes sparkling with excitement. ."Mamma, mamma!" she exclaimed, "Mary comb fishes' hair wid de knife" : and it all come off!" Cor. Babyhood. Iioth Den There Before. "I feel constrained to tell you, Fred, that I have been engaged before this," she whispered. "Don't mention it," he said gently; "I, too, have been jilted." Harper's Bazar. "Tower of the Tongue. Our story of the Tower of Babel is known iu Chaldean and Armenian tra dition as "The Story of the Tower of Tongues." It is one of the earliest recol lections of the Tigro-Euphrates basin, and is related by Berosu3 in the follow ing manner: "The first inhabitants of the earth, glorying in their own strength and size, and despising the gods, undertook to raise a tower whose top should reach the Bkies. This tower they erected in the place where Babylon's ruins now lay thickly strewn over the ground. In erecting this monster roadway to heaven they toiled incessantly. But when it had approached near unto heaven the wind assisted the gods and overthrew the work upon its contrivers; and its ruins are said to be still at Babylon. And at about the same time the gds introduced a diversity of tongues among men, who till that time had all spoken the one language. The place in which they attempted to build the tower is now called Babylon, on account of the con fusion of tongues, for confusion is by the : Hebrews called bable." St. Louis Re ! public. Suicides in English Aristocracy. Suicides among the aristocracy in Eng land are rather numerous. LordCongle ton, who was Mr. Parnell's great-uncle, hanged himself in 1842. In the same year the Earl of Munster, one of the il legitimate sons of King William TV, shot himself iu the head. In 1869 Lord Cloncarry, the last of his house, jumped from a window and broke his neck. In 1873 the last Earl of De la Warr drowned himself, and in 1870 Lord Lyttleton, insane brqj her-in-law of Gladstone, escaped from his keepers, threw himself off the staircase of his own house and was killed. A story of suicide in which sentiment i3 mingled is that of Prirce Baudouin, heir to the throne of Belgium. The youthful prince loved beneath his sta tion, and finding that love could never be realized sought peace in the eternal silence of the grave. Cincinnati En quirer. Tw Classes of Gypsies. The gypsies of today are divided up into the full blooded or tent gypsies, and the Kairengroes or house dwellers, who keep their gypsy blood a secret. This division of the race shows that they are gradually yielding to the pressure of outside influences, and the complete ex tinction of their natidhal identity will eimply be a matter of time. George Ethelbert Walsh in New York Epoch. Can You Say This? Try It. How much pleasanter it is to sit in a cab and think how much pleasanter it is ( to sit in a cab than it is to be walking, j than it is to be walking and think how : much pleasanter it is to sit in a cab than it is to be walking. Stoughton Sentinel. Simmons Liver Regulator cures gen eral debility and will give you new lease on life IF la jL For nicest and best USE PIjA-STICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store, Sole Agent for Plastlco In Durham. DURHAM METHODIST OIKNEI SEPT. 7, 1891, Under the New Management. No studies are considered extras. When pupils are at the proper advancement for tbem Elocution, Free hand Drawing-, Vocal Music, Calisthenics, Latin, Greek and Modern Lanfruajrts are taught without additional charges. l or circulars or other information concern ing the Seminary apply to MISS C. W. CARPENTER, Principal. Dr. L. B. Henderson, HAVISO MOVED TO HIS NEW QUARTERS, Corner Main and Mangum Streets, and with improved facilities, is now ready to serve his patrons more satisfactorily than ever before. TIIE 'ETV ALUMINUM LIGHT BASE now recommended and adopted by the most eminent doctors of .dental surgery, will be furnished by him. This Base is Absolutely the Most Perfect and IXesirable Ever Used by the Profession. The Doctor has numerous testimonials, and bis long residence in this city needs no further recommendation. Remember his new ofSce Corner Main and Mang-uni Streets. THE FALL SESSION MISS NOLA WOODWARD'S Class ci H&lTjLSic Will open Monday, September 7, 11. Per sons wishing to take music lessons will please apply at her residence on Kamseur street. S. L. LEARY, ilrciiitect I 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, orRHAM. r.. WANTED ! For the United States Army.abltKrfied, unmarried men, between the ages of 21 and . yars. uooa pay, rations, cunning anu medi cal attendance. Applicants must be prepared to furnish satisfactory evidence as to age. character and habits. Apply at Rooms over Clothing Stoic, Durham, S.C. STIGO! FEMALE 5 ii A clear skin Soila, pimples, blotch cm rtxptloaa, etc, Tideao b fast 2&st Che blood is not in good eontfitiM. Tfceae symptom result frm th fiorl cf nature to throw oil the imparities ta which she should utsiatod by Swift's Specific TbU will remedy the disturbance, aa4 bring speedy and permanent relief by forcing oat the poison, and win build wp the system from the firei doee. Book on Blood and ':in Disc ifr Swift yclri3 Co., JJtL&ata, Q FOR COLDS AND LAGRIPPE Use Eiog's Royal Germetuer Wherever the test has been made there is no questioning the fact that Germetuer will cure LaGrippc in all forms and at all stages. Taken on the first symptoms it will prevent a severe attack ; taken when the disease has you fast in its clutches it will break its grasp; taken after the disease has left you disabled it will remove the effects. Dk. P. S. Hen sox, of Chicago, after using one bottle, talks as follows: "An almost fatal attack of LaGrippe, last winter, left me with nasal catarrh and such susceptibility to bronchial irri tation that the slightest exposure would develop it, and a very little effort in pub lic speaking would result in a distressing hoarseness, so that I had serious fears of permanent disability. "Besides, I suffered with dyspeptic troubles notably what is popularly known as 'heart-burn,' from which I found it difficult to obtain relief. I was induced by a friend to try King's Royal Germetuer, and it gives me great pleas ure to say That its effect has been as magical as 'Koch's Lymph' is reported to be, which is also a 'germ destroyer,' though taken in a different way. "Catarrh, bronchial irritation and dys pepsia have all disappeared before one bottle of Germetuer has been used. "One of my sons, who has long been a sufferer from catarrh, has received like signal relief from his old enem" A prominent physician of Atlanta, Ga., after giving it a thorough trial on attack of cold almost equal to LaGrippe, said that he did not believe th'atOermetuer would cure every thing, but he knew that it would cure a bad cold. In cases of fevers attending colds it will remove the cause. If your druggist cannot furnish you, send direct to King's Royal Germetuer Co., Atlanta, Ga., and the medicine will be sent, freight or ex press prepaid. Price $1 per bottle If a preparation claiming to be Germetuer is offered to you for less, you have reason to suspect that it is a cheat. Every family should keep a "bottle of Germetuer on hand for immediate use on the tirst symp toms of disease. A CONFIDENTIAL WHISPER Cannot very well be conveyed through the columns of a newspaper, but fortun ately there's no mystery about our chairs. There is no necessity for whispering a speaking trumpet would be more appro priate. If you are so constituted that it is difficult to persuade 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 long. DURHAM FURNITURE CO. BURYELL, WALTON k CO., DURHAM, . C, BLAOESMITHS UD PAINTERS ! Shop formerly occupied by A. J. Stewart. AVe will do all work in our line at the very lowest prices, and as we are expe rienced in our lines oar work will give the best of satisfaction. GIVE US A CALI. Shop near Southern Express Office .opposite Parrish's Warehouse. POOL T&PUGH, Contractors and Builders, DUKUA31, X. C. All Work Guaranteed Itnd Prices Very Low. Sufferers of Youthful Errors, LOST MANHOOD, Can secure a home treatise free.bjaddresslDF a fellow-6u2erer. P. O. Box 316. Roanoke. V a. WANTED ! Factories of all knJs, however small. Lib eral inducements. Write character of business and amount of capital cotiid invest. UrCK stoxe Land and Impbovement Compast Blaelcetone, Va. K , V LOW When in need of Fine Clothing and all other goods to make up a Gentleman's or Boy's outfit, Call on The Clothier, Hatter and Gents' Furnisher, Durham, N. C. x:rr -srerer -wistt Guns. Ammunition, Hunting Coats, Lespjs, We have the Cheapest Stock" in Town. -ALSO Library, Yaso and Stand Lamps ! COOK AND KEATING STOVES. Tlie Celebrated IL NOT FAIL A Complete Stock of General Hardware ! . ZEj. XJLiOITJD 2Z, CO., Established 1817.1 MANUFACTURERS OF ANI WHOLESAIJJ DKAJ.EKS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools for MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, CONTRACTORS FOR Heating by Steam or Hot TTtJater. MANUFACTURERS OF f All the Most fdodern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. ITLTiaillM: BKANOH, S. W. IIOLMAN, Mauager, Where a full Stock of all such Goods will be kept constantly on hand and for sa.e at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! 2Pl-ujmbiaag, 3-sls and Steam IttineTr Backed by the long and extensive experience of the above named gentlemen, I am pared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, and. - prepared to execute the same with the Mechanics from their establishment. - Give us a call. S W HOLM AN, Manager, Main Street, Durham, N. C. Miooa (Parrish Building, Mangum St.) Capital Stock, Stockholders' Liability, Depositors' Security, OPPICEES : J. S. CARR, - President. LEO. D. HEARTT, Cashier W. W. FULLER, Vicc-Pre3't. CHAS. A. JORDAN, Teller. DIBECTOHS : J. S. CARR, W. R. COOPER, . J.V WALKER A. II. STOKES, W. W. FULLER, D. C. PARKS, J.T. MALLORY, JAS. A. BRYAN J.W.SMITH, C.S.BRYAN, 1 ' Banking in All Its Branches. OUR FACILITIES FOR MAKING COLLECTIONS ON ALL POINTS THE0UOH0UT THE COUNTRY ait xaetTOXTLS "vT'illBo Eade Promptly. Persons Depositing Moneys and receiving Certificates of Deposit therefor running 6 or 12 months will receive interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent. PRICES D -o- o- O - razid Oil Stoves I TO SEE THEM ! -o assistance of the most skilled Bank of Durham, $150,000 150,000 $300,000