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TBLB DURHAM DAILY GKLOBIS, TUESLbklT, NOVEMBER 24.
5? .or these imitations and substi 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 r :t1 Sick Headache. J. ::. 7'-iL!Nc: CO., Phib-' a.Pa RAILWAY TIME OARD. Arrives Durham. It. A: 1. It. it. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Leaves Durham. 5 32 a m 5 40 a m 5 "5 p m 12 56 p m 7 05 p rn 11 ZD a m 12 45 p m Leaves Durham. 10 45 a m 7 15 p m U U'i a m 4 35 a m 9 J a in JSight Ex. -lor Greens. Night Ex. lor Golds. Passenger from Raleigh Passenger for Raleigh Express lor Lioldsboro Express lor Greensboro Ft. and Puss, for teliua Ft. ancM'uss. for 'Jieens O. & C Ii. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Express lor Richmond Express from Uichmond Ft. and Pass, for Itich. Ft. and Pass, from hieh. J2 52 l) rn 7 00 p m 10 35 a m 12 02 a m Arrives Durham. 10 37 a m 5 i5 p m 5 05 a m Arrives Durham. It. & X. U. it. I Leaves Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham Mail and Express I 10 35 am 4 30 p m 9 30 a m Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger 5 20 p m Leaves Dii rhara. 5 dfjam 6 00 a m Arrives I L.. & I. II. 11. Durham. Depot, foot, Dillard St. 7 30 p m I Mail from Lynchburg .1 40 p m I Ft. and Pass, from L'g a --.-. r it ilrtJ Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port able, Unequaled in Styles, Cost and Finish. 150 F.iice Catalogue r Counters, Debts etc., Illustrated In l'ulr. Knnkx, Free Postage 15 Cents. Also Tyler' Koyal OJlfce lenks and Type writer 4':tlinet, SJOC Ntylen. Best and cheap est on earth, with great reduction in prices. ISO pnge catalogue Free, Totluge 1 i cts. Full ILei tit DehkH, tliaim, Tables, Hook taxes. Cabinets, I.eral HiauL Cnbinets, etc., wlwajsln sloi-L. Siierinl work made to oriirr. flLKU DESK CO. Nt.LouU, Mo. U.S.A. cure SICK HEADACHE. 1 5 Cents n Box. C'.v ILL DRUGGISTS. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Livery, hi ii Sale Etabhs ! Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING IIOR3ES A SPECIALTY. - Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers GIVE ME A CALL. THE BEST IN THE VVORLDl BLACKWELL5 BULL DURHAM SliOKIIIG TOBACCO. GT THE GENUINE SOXE OEXUIXE WITHOUT THE Trade-Hark of the Pall on Each Packaga Situated in the immediate Section of Couir ;y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that ir texture, flavor and quality is r.ct grown else where in the world, and being in position te command the choice of ail offerings upon thij market, we spare no pains r.or expense to givt the trade THE VERY EES T Durham Female Institute ! A School of High Grade for Girls and Young Ladies. The fall term opens August 31, 1S91, and closes January 15, 152. Experienced teachers will be in charpeof each department and thoroughness of training will be made an object of special attention. The teachers of the music and art depart ments have enjoyed the lest educational ad vantages and bring testimonials regarding their ability and merit from some of our most eminent educators. For further information see or address the rtipal. E. L. MIDDLETON. v I 'I PAT gjp wm Bra X The Crazy Ball. Street peddlers have a new catch penny device on their trucks that is quite an amusing thing for old as well as young folks. . They call it the "crazy ball," and it is well named. For ten cents you can buy one of these things and see the laws of gravity defied. It looks like an ordinary wooden ball, about the size of a tennis ball, but you can't roll it in a straight line to save you. Of course the secret of the thing's queer actions lie in the fact that it is loaded on one side. This makes every move ment of the ball eccentric. It will roll up hill of its own accord, and it will re fuse to roll down hill. If you try to roll it from you it will perhaps start out all right, and then turn around and roll back, or inaj'be it will go off sidewise and describe a wobbly circle around you. All its movements are jerky and spasmodic. Give it to a kitten to play with and the chances are that the kitten will go mad, while a baby will cry with vexation over its eccentricities. A grown person who is not up in spherical geom etry will assure you that it is wonderful. It is not. It is only some sharp fellow's way of gathering in the dimes. Never theless, ere long the city will be flooded with these "crazy balls." New York Herald. An Artist's Mansion. Sir Frederick Leighton, Bart., P. R. A., is at present enjoying himself in the beautiful town of Perugia, the air of which is most invigorating. Electric light is being laid in the president's house, in Holland Park road. The splen did eastern hall, paved with tiles from Damascus, with the fountains and couches of exquisite workmanship, will now be lit by the electric light. So will the drawing room, with its fine speci mens of Corot's paintings representing the seasons, and the handsome dining room. The large studio, with its price less treasures, will be properly illumi nated. The fountain at one time had no rail ing. One evening after one of Sir Fred erick Leighton's epicurean feasts, the hall not being sufficiently lit, several of the academicians stepped into the foun tain and got thoroughly wet; a popular painter had to borrow a pair of the president's trousers, much to the amuse ment of his brethren of the brush, as the garments did not fit him; but the strong electric light will put an end to any more of these uncomfortable adven tures. London Star. A Dust Storm ia Simla. A curious phenomenon occurred in Simla recently on two successive nights. This was nothing less than a dust storm in the midst of a downpour of rain, or rather, to speak more correctly, a shower of mud. A column of dust seems to have been carried up into the higher at mosphere from the plains and to have been caught and forced down by the heavy rain. In the morning, as a result, all the plants and flowers in Simla were found to have received a thick coating of mud. There could be no doubt that the mud had been rained down, for it was freely sprinkled on plants away from the hillside and at a great height from the ground. Moreover a deposit of mud was found in the rain gauges in various parts of the station. It is a common thing to see the atmosphere in the hills during thejiot season thick with dust from the plains, carried aloft by a strong wind. But the conjunction of rain and dust is an accident of which, it is stated, there is no previous record. Exchange. The Smallest Snake. J. C. Couch, who lives a mile south of Fox Postoffice, has brought us what is probably the smallest snake ever cap tured in Ray county. It was caught about two weeks ago by his stepson, Theodore Jackson, and is of the black snake species. It is only three inches in length, and at the thickest part of its body is only three-sixteenths of an inch in circumference. It is a perfectly form ed reptile, but with an extra large head. Mr. Jackson accidentally killed it by spilling a few drops of petroleum on it. This snake could not teach school or plow corn like some of his kinsmen found in Colonel Jim Denton's neighbor hood, but Mr. Jackson is just as proud of his find as the colonel ever was over any of his discoveries. Richmond (Mo.) Conservator. A Child Killed by a Pig. While "playing funeral" in Kiota, Kan., Johnny Denner, aged six, met a strange fate. He and his eight-year-old sister had dug a hole and Johnny sat in it. When she had covered him with earth up to the neck, an old sow drove her off and then attacked the little boy. Several times the animal sunk her teeth in the lad's head, and when friends came to his rescue they found him dead. Ex change. Neglect of a Hero. The fact that Louis Kossuth is now a poor, blind old man, who is dragging out a miserable existence, embittered by sheer want and heartless neglect, is not complimentary to an age of hero wor shipers which will spend fortunes upon I . - A- A.-. ,1 grudge a crust to the living. Boston Globe. It is eriven out that 50.732 accounts. j claims And cases, involving the sum of f 170,884,063 were settled during the last fiscal year by the United States govern ment a large increase of work with no increase of force as compared with the preceding fiscal year. A pair of very economical lovers, in Los Angelos, Cal., hit upon a plan to cheat Uncle Sam of his Dostace. The ! young man hired a box at the postoffice and gave has sweetheart a duplicate key. They exchanged correspondence through the box. The recent losses by fire in the cargo of ships carrying cotton has shown that cotton seed oil. when held in the cotton on the outside of the bale, rapidly oxi ; dizes and generates spontaneous combufi ' tion. A Turtle's SU In the town of Patten, a place distant from tidewater over ninety miles, there is a great curiosity, known as the "tur tle's nest." For fifty-two years a turtle has come annually to the nest to deposit her eggs. Over half a century ago she selected her nest, then in an open field, but now ia a yard in front of a resi dence. A relative of the owner of the house branded the date 1841 upon the turtle's back, and it can be plainly traced now. She comes about the same date each year, and her first few days are passed in inspecting the ancient nest, the yard and surroundings. Later she digs a hole in the ground and there deposits her eggs. This year she left forty-two eggs, but as many were carried away and the others often disturbed, only about a dozen of the eggs hatched out. The owner of the House has ten of the little turtles, none more than twice the size of a postage stamp. The old turtle always departs after laying the eggs; the warm sand and sun serve a3 an incubator. This turtle has been seen at the Drew Dead Water on the Mattawamkeag river, fully fifty miles away from the nest. Her weight varies from thirty to thirty-five pounds, and it is said she was as large when branded as she is now. Each June she comes to Patten, and is always welcomed by old and young. Bangor (Me.) Letter. Hats OCT in the Synagogue. The vexed question of "hats on" or "hats off' during public worship was settled at the annual meeting of the Anshe Chesed congregation, at the tem ple on Scoville avenue. The old Jewish custom of the male members of the con gregation wearing their hats during public worship has always been in vogue in this congregation. A number of the younger and more progressive members have objected to the custom, and it has caused more or less discussion for several years. The older members held tena ciously to their hats, and the younger ones bided their time until they should have a sufficient majority converted to their views to change the custom. The matter was brought up at the an nual meeting, which was very largely attended. The hat question was dis cussed at great length, and several very warm speeches were made on both sides. It was finally put to a vote, and the members who are opposed to wearing hats were victorious by a decided ma jority. The decision was that hereafter the congregation shall worship with hats off, but those who desire to retain their head covering will be permitted to do so. Cleveland Leader and Herald. Walking Back to the Big City. Wrecks of the early winter theatrical season are already seen in New York managers whose ventures have failed after a few nights out of town, tirsd looking actors who seem to have walked home, and bedraggled looking women, whose faces tell plainly of their disap pointments. It is the old story of poor plays, poor houses and the refusal of the ghost to do his weekly little pedestrian act. And yet in the main the theatrical outlook is very good, for with big crops comes plenty of money and an army of people to be amused. But it is the sur vival of the fittest. The poor plays are not -patronized, and the managers of many come to grief. There are many familiar faces on the Rialto today, men and women who started off a month ago filled with hope. Some of them will be glad to shovel snow for a living be fore spring. Foster Coates in Mail and Express. FOR COLDS AND LAGRIPPE Use King's Royal Germetuer Wherever the test has been made there is no questioning the fact that Germetuer will cure LaGrippe 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. I)k. P. S. Henson, 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 d3'speptic 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 Koyal 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 enemy." 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 that Germetuer 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 Koyal 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 first symp toms of disease. WANTED ! For the United States Army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ajres of 21 and years. Good pay. rations, clothing and medi cal attendance. Applicants must be prepared to furnish satisfactory evidence as to age. character and habits. Apply at Rooms over Clothing Store, Durham, . C. TRINITY COLLEGE. Winter term begins first week in January, 18 12, at Trinity, Handolph county, N. C. New Catalogue now in press will be mailea ire n application t tfe Prefiideat, TAKE S. Sa S FOR ECZEMA- My little four year old girl hd a aggravated case of eczema Tha bert physicians treated her, without naj good results. A single bottle of fl. S. S. cured her sound and welL This was four years ago, and she has had so re torn of 4he disease since; sjad herslda perfectly smooth and clean. James E. Henry, Detroit, Mich. Treatise on Skin diseases mailed fret. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Q. SPECIAL NOTICES. Advertisements of help wanted, situations, for rent, for sale, loans, bargains, lost and found, exchange, and miscellaneous adver tisements at cheap rates will be Inserted in this column under the heading Special Notices, at the rate of One Cent per Word per Day. On monthly or long time contracts a special redaction will be made to permanent adver tisers. For speedy returns at trifling cost try The Globe Special Column. SPECIAL, NOTICES. IICTURE FRAMES made to order. Fine line moulding. New line of pictures and frames at Gattis' Book Store. ALUMINUM BASE in artificial teeth, the cheapest and best. No rubber plates un less you want something cheap and not good. Dr. L. B. Henderson, over Morehead bank. TEETH pulled, teeth filled, teeth made and teeth repaired. Dr. Wm. Lynch, Wright building. Give him a call and he will do you good. FOR SALE. T?ARM FOR SALE A hundred and sixty J- acre farm, half wood-land, four miles from Durham, suitable for tobacco, trucking, etc. Splendid meadow land also. The very place for a dairy farm. Apply to S. F. Gardner, Durham, N. C. IpOR SALE My residence on Morris street, ' 8 rooms, 8 closets, bath room and city water attached, also a double kitchen ; the lot is 100 feet front, 2G0 deep. Residence with 7 rooms on adjoining lot, 75 feet front, 208 deep. Three vacant lots on Watklns street. Four one-acre lots on Alston Avenue. For terms apply to J. A. Cox. JW. HUTCHINGS, BUTCHER-Market house. Fresh meats of all kinds always on hand, and prices low as the lowest. Tele phone if you can't come. PERSONAL,. PERSONAL John, were you out late last night and is the head by this morning ? If so, smoke Whitehurst's Durham Medicated Celery Cigarettes. They will give you relief. PERSONAL The man who died and left his wife $10,000 was insured in the Washington Life, Samuel L. Adams, agent. WANTED. FAT MEN wanted to wear our Lean 1UU Men's Clothes. Bargains in all kinds of clothes and gents' furnishing goods. C. Sum merfteld & Co. WANTED All the farmers to bring their tobacco to the Banner Warehouse where the best prices are always paid. I WANT it understood that the Parrish Ware house is the hummer with horns and ample room. Best of Drices. E. J. Parrish. BARGAINS, BARGAINS Feed stuffs, meal and flour for city and country trade. All kinds of gro ceries at prices the lowest in the city. Wyatt Brothers, opposite postoffice. BARGAINS in old papers at this office 15 cents per hundred. BUSINESS CHANCES. SOTJTHGATE & SON Nearly $500,000 paid the citizens of Durham. No contested claims. Proof of the pudding. Why not? JH. SOUTIIGATE guarantees life insur- ance 50 per cent less than offered by any company represented in the city. LOST AND FOUND. LOST A life and no insurance, by not en quiring of Samuel L. Adams, of the Wash ington Life, in Wright building. LOST Hungry men and women lose flesh by not going to the Driver House, conducted in good and nrst-class style by Mrs. Fannie Petway. FOUND Relief from the ravages of catarrt in the head. Whitehurst's celebrated Medi cated Cigarettes gives this relief. MISCELLANEOUS. REAL ESTATE is nothing compared to the investments which you can make at C. C. Taylor's. R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER, always sell I ing at f3.00 a jug, now at $2.50, at Michaels f & Co's. Get a jug. It is the stuff. C TT70RM3 If you've got m, go to Michaels V & Co. and get a jug of Radam's Microbe Killer. Going now at 2.50. COCA-COLA will do you good these warm days and so will misina orange business. For feiile at Michaels & Co's. DARKNESS will certainly overwhelm you unless you buy lamps of C. C. Taylor, Main street. WEET VIOLETS are not in it when you can Oget crushed violets at Michaels & Co's. BEECHAM'S PILLS act like magic on a Weak Stomach TOR PRINTING of all kinds, ruling and f ) binding. Prices as cheap as cheap as any in the state, and work guaranteed to te nrst class. Address the Educator Co.. Durham. EECHAM'S PILLS Beec ham's Pills cure Bilious and Nervous Ills. Sufferers of Youthful Errors, LOST MANHOOD, j3axl3T JDeca,37 Ssc, Can secure a home treatise free, by addressing a fellow-sufferer, C. W. LEEK. P. O. Box 318. Roanoke. Va. S. L. LEARY, 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, DCKUAM. X. C. CLOTHE LOW When in need of Fine Clothing and all other goods to mtikc up a Gentleman's or Boy's outfit, . Call on. The Clothier, Hatter and Gents' Furnisher, Durham, X. C. Guns , Ammunition, Hunting Coats, Lwiis, "We have the Cheapest Stock in Town. Library, Yase and Stand Lamps ! COOK AND HEATING STOVES. The Celebrated I0 NOT FAIL A Complete Stock Established 1817. MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools FOR MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, CONTRACTORS FOR Heating by Steam or Hot Water. MANUFACTURERS OF All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. S. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Where a full Stock of all such Goods will be kept constantly oh hand and for sa.e at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! ru-mToizigr O-gls and Steam Fitting-. Backed by the long and extensive experience of the above named gentlemen, I am prepared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, and to execute the same with the assistance of the most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. Give us a call. S W HOLM AN, Manager, Main Street, Durham. N. C. HAVE YOU SEEN THE BIG WATCH? IT BELONGS TO Clias, T. Postley, TOE OLD RELIABLE Watchmaker and Jeweler! EstablUlied 1875. His Store is on Main Street, THREE DOORS FROM CHURCH. Although the Big Watch looks like it was simply in Durham and Crowding it at that. GO SEE THE STOCK Everything in the Jewelry Lire Repairing a Specialty. PRICES n AUSO- o- Grand Oil Stoves t TO SEE THEM! o of General Hardware ! OITJD da CO-, T. J. G ATTJ S & HEAD QUARTERS FOR Graded School Books ! PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS! Stationery, Blank Bcoks ! IF YOU WANT ANYTHING in OUR LINE CALL AND SEE US. Don't forget the place: T. J. GATTIS & SON Telephone No. 15. Mfcln Street