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SEVERE STORMS. Kain, nail and Snow Storms Throughout the Country. Winston, N. C, April 14. A very se vere hail storm passed over this section about G o'clock this evening, doing much damage. Elizabetiitown, N. C, April 14. A heavy storm passed over this section to day. The storm is said to have extended as far as Wilmington. The amount of damage has not yet been learned. Ttinity College, April 14. A severe hail storm struck this section abbut C:40 this evening. Very little damage. Henderson, N. C, April 14. A heavy hail storm passed over Henderson late vesterdav evening. The hail stones were very large and fell in bucketfulls LOOK AT THIS. A Flue Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Trices. The Trinity Land company who.it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and , ONE WORD! I come to you with a small affair that you may uetd. In England, the Conti nent and many foreign countries, myself and wares are well known Many Amer- lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to ican families on their return from abroad anvnerson desiring to build. It is the 1 or,DS ? arucies wmi mem, ior mey j t c 0 intention of the company to build up a HI BONE SHEET! ' THIS BED nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of thi3 company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, general manager, or C.A.Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. The Kinston Free Press says : Com missioner of Agriculture Robinson and Columbia, S. C, April 14. A terrific In8Dector of Fertilizers G. S. Terrell, of hailstorm visited Bennettsville this after- Kalejghf were here Monday to see about noon. The stones were two inches in some fertnjZers that did not analyze to diameter, and covered the ground in the fiuarantee. The brand referred to is places to a depth cf six inches. Men Kovster'g hlva ffra(e acid phosphate. and horses were knocked down, poultry which lacked 170 a ton coraing up to and hogs killed and fruit and vegetables the gUarantee, which the manufacturers utterly destroyed. have agreed to make erood to the farmers. Boone, la., April 14. The storm, T1 several firms here and at La- which has been ragijg here for some G vllo ,;ave gold a t deal of time, has so increased in fury as to be thig bran(h The pUrciaser3 paid now a fearful blizzard. All the telegraph cash wm be refunded the difference by end telephone lines are down, and all calline. on the merchant who sold them. C7 . , and those who bought on time can have their notes credited with the difference. Of course the merchants who sold those goods did not know the goods were not up to the guarantee, as the goods of the firm of whom they bought have held up well heretofore. It is likely that the Roj'ster company were imposed upon by the parties from whom they bought. business is suspended. St. Paul, April 14 Dispatches this jnorning from twenty point3 in Minne sota sav that a furious snow storm is raging and the weather is growing colder. WHAT WAS SAID. 1 know them preUy well, but you may not i be one of these. Confidence between man and man is slow of growth, and when found, iis rarity makes it valuable. I ask your con fidence and make a reference to this Journal to indorse that confidence. I do not think it will be misplaced. 1 make the best lorm ot a cure an absolute one for biliousness and head ache that can be found in this year. The cure is so small in itself, and yet its com fort to you is so great 20 minutes being its limit when relief comes that- it has become the marvel of its time. One and a half grains of medicine, coated with sugar, is my remedy, in the shape of one small pill, known to commerce as DR. HAYDOCK'S NEW LIVER PILL. It is old in the markets of Europe, but is new to North America. The price is as low as an honest medicine can be sold at, 23 cents. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DR. IIAYDOCK, G3 Fulton Street, N. Y JIM -feSHOKEj What the News and Observer Says Con cerning the I'ni verslty Glee Club. A very appreciative audience greeted the University Glee Club at Metropolitan At the close of the recent bible con ference conducted at Wilmington by hall last evening, and were not disap- Messrs. Fife and Needham, the pastors of pointed in their expectations of a pleasant the city issued the following card : "We, and enjoyable evening. Their vocalizing the pastors and preachers of Wilmington, was exceptionally fine, and their appear- N. C, and vicinity, having been in atten ance as a body was such as any university dance at the conference for bible study ia might be proud of. The songs were new our city, April 3 8, under brethren W. P. and catchy, and though all were well Fife and Rev. Geo. C. Needham, the evan rendered, we desire to especially com- gelists, and having heard the faithful ex mend the singing of Messrs. Batchelor, position of God's word, the preaching of Mangum, Lee, Hoke, Harris and Rond- the doctrines of grace and the honors put thaler in their quartettes, quintettes and upon the spirit and the word, from this solos. The singing of Mr. Harris par- bible conference in our southland, have ticularly was highly appreciated by the received such help, blessing and light, audience and received hearty encores, that we commend these brethren and their Mr. Mangum as a warbler was a decided success, as was also Mr. Lee's whistling. Mr. Mangum's rendition of the "Little Dog" was exceptionally good and won bible conference to all the people and cities in our southland." This was signed by Revs. A. D. McClure, F. D. Swindell, W. C. Norman, II. B. Anderson, Edward great applause. Mr. Batchelor's many Kelley, J. M. Ashby, C. W. Smith, J. T. friends in Raleigh were astonished at the Jenkins, T. II. Pritchard, Peyton H. Hoge beauty and strength of his voice as dis- and R. E. Peele played last evening. HIS DATES. We Are With You. Franklin Times. The Durham Globe is making strong W hen and W here Dr. K. A. Yate Will Unil Pnrnpct pfTnrta tn mlc a nmAitaWa Hoia ills Quarterly Meetings. Sum by subscription, to defray the ex- Roxboro circuit at Lea's Chanel. April penseof an exhibit of the state's resources 10-17. . at the World's fair, which is to be held in Ilillsboro circuit at New Bethel, April the city of Chicago. The Globe heads t2;j-21. the list with $2o0, and urges all patriotic Mt. Tirzah circuit at Trinity April 30 people in the state to join in. While the and Mav 1. I bank account of the Times will not bear Durham circuit at Orange chuich, May I a very large subscription, we desire to T 1 OOTf tnof nnr liAnrf ia Tirr1-f i Vi vtaii Chapel Hill, May 8. I Brother Fairbrother. The state should Person circuit at Webb, May 14-15. be well represented, and the one thing Yanceyville circuit at Shady Grove, needed to make a grand exhibit is a suffi May 21-22. cient amount of money Milton circuit at New Hope, May 28 21) Alamance 23-21). Leasburg circuit at Union, June 4 5. Trinity, June 11-12. One Pill is a Dose. PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. EVERY PILL IS SUGAR-COATED. If your druggist does not keep them we will mail them free to any address on receipt of 25 cents. Five vials for one dollar. BUY AT ONCE ! DO NOT DELAY ! IIAYDOCK & CO. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. A WELL CURED HAH ! Perhaps you don't take kindly to ham as a regular diet, but there are times when nothing appeals so strongly to the taste, providing its quality is up to the mark. There is as much difference be tween the ham that has been properly cured and the ham that hasn't as there is between a genuine dollar and a coun terfeit. One is a treat and the other well, nothing good can be said about it. We would like to have the pleasure of introducing you to our Reliable ham; you'll thank us for the introduction. We can also especially commend our Michigan Straight and Fancy Flour. W. H. PROCTOR. DIVISION Freight Agent's Office OF THE Norfolk and Western Railroad IS- Highly Polished Oak F nunc, Covered in Crushed Pln-i oiny sio.uu. oingie lounges, walnut l-rame $7.50. Bed Lounges as Low as $10.00, The Cheek Furniture Company, Now Open for Business Headquarter?, Raleigh. Durham Office, II. J. Rrown, Agent, Hotel Driver. -IN- Boom No. 10, WRIGHT BUILDING, HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE Where Bates and Any In- AT SHORT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham, N. C. formation Pertaining -TO- Traffic Department -WILL BE- Has Secured During 1892 : Cheerfully Furnished. R. Ca STAHLSlRD, W. D. Ilowells, George Meredith. Andrew Lang, St. George Mivart, Kudyard Kipling, K. Lewis Stevenson. Y. Clarlt Kussell, II. Rider Haggard, Norman Lockyer, Conan Doyle, Mark Twain, J. Chandler Harris, William Itlack, Mary E. Wilkins, D. F. A. FOE BOTH the DAILY and WEEKLY GLOHE are rea-J by MORE people than read all other papers in Durham County. THE SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE of these publications accounts for this undoubted FACT. And wherein does this EXCELLENCE manifest itself, yon ak. The pa per answers this question. It is both Cleanly written and Cleanly printed. Newspaper men have charge of the Newspaper depart ments, while printers have charge of the Printing departments. In this way ALL THE WORK IS WELL DONE. The deduction is at once clear: ADVERTISE IN THE PAPER WHICH PEOPLE READ. And in determining which one is read,if you will think a minute you will see that it is the one which LIVE MEN TALK ABOUT. Do you catch. Frances Hodgson Burnett. And many other distinguished Writers. All Kinds Jewelryj go rzo circuit at Lebanon, May ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Other Uoys A I'sual. lie ami Several Were Fooling. l lie Salisbury Herald says: A little eight year old son of Mr. J. C. Miller, of Well, Let Us Do It. Oxford Day. Tennessee proposes to raise money for an exhibit at the Chicago Exposition by county appropriations. Why not adopt that plan in North Carolina? If each county will chip in $250 a sum big enough to insure a decent representation of the Old North State's industries and re sources can be gotten together. How .J lie Became a Missionary. "I'm rl iiititr mi'cci'nnnnr yi-t-It o Zeb, was brought to Drs. Whitehead and deal of the time." was therenl? of one of uorsett yesterday evening to have a pistol the most charming women of New i ork, extracted from his arm. As usual, he 10 a lr,en(1 who asked how she busied " I K 1 f iiT 1 1 l J na several other boys were fool.ng with ??V?.KS' "PS'IS?""! l ie weapon, when it was accidentally few years aro life was a burden to me. I discharged, the ball taking effect in his had been a victim to female weakness of arm near the wrist and ranging upwards the most aggravated character for a long tmvinla liia nthnn, ti, iu . , - time, and the doctors failed to help me. towards his elbow. The ball was ex. Existence was a long, steady, terrible tor- tracted and the wound dressed by the ture a lingering, living death. One day physicians. This is another example of I saw Dr. Pierce's Favorite Perscription boys handling pistols. Strange that ertised in the newspaper. Something fathers Will continue ,o Knf' iv imi uh-m: weapons. neld out as the drowning man is said to . i TLJ. , catch at a straw, bull, I did not dare to l HE ITALIAN AFFAIR SETTLED. hnno n,. T f 0 , . , the result! I fppl sr. well, sn strnntr nml Th r,,itd stale rv $3.,ooo to the o, so thankful, that I go about telling 1 amines or the victim. J other women what saved me. In no other London, April 14.-A dispatch from ?'a cau J f 0 w,e11 suow mJ gratitude to .1 . .1 l-ce , v-.wn, unit tu me man nuu uits pi veil Ho ne gaj s that the difference between such a benefactor of woman.and my love Italy and the I nitcd States resulting from for mv suffering sisterhood." the lynching of Italians at New Orleans. has been settled by negotiations between . Sl'mmons LiverKegulator.bear in mind, Afr niuirn i , i T . , ... is uoi an exnenmeni. n is endorsed oy Mr. lilaine and the Marquis Impenali, 1 thonsmd the Italian charge d'affairs at Washing- ton. The dispatch rives the nmmmt rr. ..The most of our ailments come from i r t . .. disordered liver which Simmons Liver . "i impcrmu irom iLe Regulator cures, united Mates government at $2.",,000, which is to be given the families of the victims. THE SUNDAY SUN Is the Greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World. Trice, 5 cents a copy. By mail, S2 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. Ml OLD I'ETERM-J. H. Ilerlsecbter, Bteven. ; Wis., sunerea 5 yfnri from ervoua Prostra tion, more than .oiifirue can ten. Physicians -were cf avail. X bettl no mii ret Ulll IlllbbW V man. Di 1 ivruod. ARE YOU IN IT? A Chum-) for Kvery 3Ian to Lire In Ills Own liouoe anil He Ilappy. Dr. J. L. Watkius, who during the past year has added many desirable new resi dences to Durham, all of which have been sold on reasonable terms to people wishing nice but inexpensive homes, how offers to build on best lots, beautifully located, any style of house you wish and sell on one, two and three years' time. This is an opportunity to get a home which should not be allowed to pass you. See Dr. Watkins at once and get his NOTICE ! The public is hereby notified that Y. C. Wilbon is no longer in our employment and has nothing what ever to do with our business. V. R. MURRAY & CO. April 14, 1892. igures. Nicely Furnished Rooms and Doard, or Table Board, and also for Transients, can be had at reasonable rates at Cor. Main and Roxboro fits. RESTORATIVE brought him rest ana neep, ana m feel like a new -.Julian C. Under Memphis, Tena- Buffered Periodical Xervous Attacks but lound relief after usinitone hnttleXervloe. Trial bottle and elevant book J- ItEU at druggists. DR. MILES' MEDICAL COM Elkhart, Ind. FOR RENT! Three Rooms in Parrish Building. One Dwelling on E. Main Street. Apply to M. W. REED, Ag't HOTEL CLAIM DURHAM, N. C. Under New Management W. H. BILLINGS, Prop. and MVgr. ' J Mrs. Ada M. Smith's FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. All the Latest Shapes and Shades in Hats, Bonnets, and Spring Novelties. 0. T.POSTLSY THE JEWELER, Main St., near Chuich St. RATES, 2.00 PER DAY. VAULT WOE rr For Millineiy Good: All Kinds Visit Her Store. mm A W j Mtw v T I will do Vault Work ia Cemetery and lo first-class work. For grown people white coat or hard finish beneath the ground f55 ; infanta All kinds of Brick and Mason work done promptly and at prices hica will be satisfac tory. J. W. NEATH ERT, Durham, N. C. FOR SALE BY Reduced to $2.50 a Jug. TRINITY COLLEGE. Winter term bejrins first wek in January, 18?.:, at Trinity, Kandolph county, N. C. ' ew catalogue now in press wui ue maaia free on application to the President. MRS. C. M. Y. FOLLETT Who has been North for over a month studying Sjflk styles and actively engaged in trimming all styles of HATS iLIffD BOMNETS! In the largest and most fashionable millinery establish" ments in New York, now offers to her patrons the novelties of the season and a line of SPRING AND SUMMER MELUNEEY Such as she has never before shown in Durham. See her Styles which are the Latest.