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PHK DURHAM DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 20.
A3 IT IS GROWIKG ! The Commonwealth Cotton Factory Doing Big Things. Twenty-live .New 3Iaeliines Ordered Dur ing the Past Few Days. S.X THOUSAND SPINDLES ARE ADDED A Queer Relic. Some years since Lieutenant Peary, who is now somewhere in the frozen north, had charge of certain govern ment works at Key West. While the work was in progress he noticed on the bottom of the harbor, near where a breakwater was being built, something which shone through the water. He in quired what it was, but he was able to get no response more satisfactory than tho assurance that it had always been there. The boatmen of the neighbor hood had seen it shining there in their I 11 A . 3 Ti.e i.i i to Make ThU Knitting rac- cnuanooa, ana naa in turn oeen assured tory One of the Ulggest, the Great est and Hest in the South. The Commonwealth Cotton company is just now doing great things. It proposes to do more than was an- by their fathers that it had been there all their time. Although the inhabitants of that sub tropical clime might be content to live and die with an unsolved mystery at their very doors, it will easily be under stood that the temper of Lieutenant ticipafed and expects to make a business Peary was different. He sent divers of which every stockholder will feel proud. Iy reason of demands madeupon it for the goods which it makes it has been down to investigate and after much dif ficulty succeeded in bringing to light a small copper cannon of the Fifteenth cen tury, lie was able to satisfy all the claims of the government to the piece for the price of old copper and the inter- ctfmpelled to purchase additional ma- J esting relic became hi3 own Boston rliinfrv and an f-.n larrrpment of the Entire Courier.. plant has been necessary. It is gratifying to know that such in- A Gallant Kentockian. When the name of Mrs. Mary Brown Dav was 'before the Kentnckv lesrisla- ..... - B.uuuonsare noi iamng uown uui aic ture tbe other day for election as state plunging ahead. Let us have more of them. THE WEST SHAKEN. librarian Senator Mulligan made this fervid and chivalrous plea in the lady's behalf: "The storied stream that surges near tis, floating on its bosom a full, round century of history, poetry, tradition, was severe Karthq.iiike shark in the Paeiiic broader, deeper, clearer than now; these ami AVentern .states. hiiig that to.wer above us were Vi-tfu C.il nril 19 An earth-' greener, loftier, yet easier climbed; this ,.,,..!, ;-?t.,i n,;. co.i.n f 9..1-; old pile was statelier, majestic; men ' . . ii were braver, youth more heroic, lasses ini.4 uumuiJir, cuumi ueauui- were fairer may i be pardoned for atj lion 10 properly, a large unci lunei, least believing? and amid that troop- a bank building and in fact every build- ing throng of maidens, more beautiful in in town was damaged. The losa than the nymphs "of Thessalian groves, w ll reach at least $."50,000. Xo one was purer than the virgins who fed the sa- Lurt. The contents of the stores and cral flames on Ephesian altars, brightei dwellings were all piled on the floors in glance arrd smile than the beam ol , rn ii Venus, happy as the wild birds that promiscuous heaps rhe shock was twittered around them, the echo of these C A A. - . 1 1 . 4 1 1 , .-4. ll ' irom easi to west aim lasjieu auoui nve . v,4na T-orofJ vf .wii; -nno or six seconds. Stockton, Cal , April 10. -A severe to their laughter, the most winsome and beloved, gentlest, bonniest, best, was shock of earthquake was felt here this ! 6he whom we so love to remember as morning. No damage is reported but : Mary Brown Russell." tli" people were excited for the time. It j wan sharply felt in Nevada, Nicholas, Auburn, Chico and other places. She was elected. New York Post. -i Sharp New Yorkers. Your New Yorker is a wittv individ- San Fjianci.sqo, April 10 The worst ' ual. His sense of humor is as broad and shock of earthquake since the memora rollicking as his conversation is keen ble one of 18GS occurred shortly before and crisp. He may be a small boy in 2 o'clock this morning. The shock was frayed knickerbockers crying "wuxtra'' perceptibly feit in San ' rancisco and pn the street; a fakir on Broadway sell- 1 ' 1 1 .,f 1 , , 1 lnS patent collar buttons or a broker-on Oa.uand hut no damage of any character , , 1 . . , . , , . 1T . ... 'change the same Attic salt and laconic is reported. In the vicinity of aca-; brevity flayor hig remarkSj tempered vi lo, sixty-hve miles northeast from San i th a sense of humor that robs hk Fiancisco, the disturbance was most j sharpest thrust of half its sting. severe. Vacaville has a population of 2,."00 and a number of brick buildings. Telegraphic communication with Vaca ville and the adjoining town of Winters wa:i cut elf for some time. Goods on shelves, and in store rooms were thrown mi floors in some instances and a num ber of brick chimneys were toppled over. HIS DATES. When and Where Dr. JI. A. Vales Will Hold llls-Onarterly Meetings. Hillsboro circuit at New Bethel, April Mt. Tirzah circuit at Trinity April GO and May 1. Durham circuit at Orange church, May 7-S. Chapel Hill, May 8. Person circuit at Webb, May 14-15. Yanccyville circuit at Shady Grove, Milton circuit at New Hope, May 28 29. Alamance circuit at Lebanon, May 00 on Leasburg circuit at Union, .Tune 4 5. Trinity, June 11-12. Nourishment by ISathing. "It is well known that the skin is a great absorbent, and nutrition even can be conveyed through its agency," said a trained nurse. "A physician once or dered a beef tea bath for a child that 1 was rmrsing, who was apparently dying of some exhaustive lovel trouble, and with admirable effect. And I myselt have found that rubbing delicate per sons with warm olive oil is an' excellent tonic. If I had the charge of a puny, sickly baby I should feel inclined tc give it oil baths instead of water baths, and try the effect. Tho oil is quite as cleansing, and it stands to reason that such tiny beings, particularly if they arc badly nourished, should not have tho natural oil of the body continually washed away." New York Tribune. Kilt in an Knglisli School. An infant school at Over has leen closed on account of the number of rats which infest it. .The vermin had become so bold that they scampered about in tho most impudent fashion while the chil dren were engaged upon their lessons, and there was no remedy but granting a holiday and in the meantime extermi nating the plague. London Tit-Bits. A New Cure. Will Hello! I thought you were down with la grippe. Fred I was, but a burglar cured me. Will Explain. Fred Tho fellow was in my house last night; I collared him and held on until I lost my grip. Pittsburg Bulletin. The great reason for the soccess of Hood's Sarsaparilla is found in its posi tive merit. It cures where other prepa rations fail. Do not weaken the stomach with string chemicals. Simmons Liver Reg ulator is mild, but effective. Nothing like it for dyspepsia and indi fcimraons a safe, sure cure. rest! on Liver Regulator is Beecham's Pills for a bad Liver. "Here, young man," said Russell Sag6 one day, a3 he held out a nickel to a fakir who had dropped his box of tin watches on the stone coping of the Trin ity churchyard fence and dodged, at th risk of life and limb, after the old man's hat, which had blown half way across the street. The fakir knew the multi millionaire, but had evidently not reck oned on the thrift which helped win the millions. . "Thank ye, Mister Sage," he said, a& the size of the reward dawned upon him. "Wait a minnit an I'll give you yei change." Deacon Sage hurried away and the by standers laughed. New York Recorder. XXO CHTT.DKJCy. 7 j si PILLS t. 0 0 Antidote for TVek tttmaeh, SICK ? HEAD- ACHE, Impair ed Sire Disordered 11 re r, te. found m.1so to D9 especially emcacioni ana rtmtai&l by FEMALE SUFFERERS. Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. ew xoric uepot, 365 Canal St. 40 Notice of Election ! There will be an election held in the Town of Durham on Monday, May 2, 181tt. for the purpose of electing a Slayor and seven Com missioners for said town. J. S. BURCII, R. C. COX, K. II. BAKBEE, Inspectors North Durham Precinct. A. KRAMER, S. II. CARRINGTON, . B. W.MATTHEWS, Inspectors South Durham Precinct. Durham, N. C, April 18, 1S93. RAISING II 1DK DIVISION Freight Agent's Office -OF THE- Norfolk and Western Railroad IS- Xow Open for Business -IX- Room No. 10, WRIGHT BUILDING, Where Rates and Any In- formation Pertaining -TO- Traffic Department -WILL BE Cheerfully Furnished. D. F. A. FOB All Kinds Jewelry 00 o?o A CAPITAL T. If you are a capital judge of a capital T anJ you haven't tried our Ko Mi Tea there's a treat in store for you at our store. There is absolutely notuiDg better , in quali T, though it can't be said to be a novel T. It can, however, be said to have found the highest kind of favor in j the communit T. In T, as in everything 1 1 rrl 1 1 & 1 : . I .-VI . CISC, nones-1 is me uesi poncy nuu yuu u better have a T-pot that s erup I than to have any quanti-T of poor T. That's rather a peculiar way of putting a per fectly true case. Have you seen what we have to offer you in Canned Fruits and Vegetables. W.- H. PROCTOR. pa w D 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 counfy will chip in $ 250 a sum big enough tot insure a decent representation of the Old North State's industries and re sources can be gotten together. When you feel uncomfortable about the stomach take Simmons Livej Kegn lator. All miserable sufferers with dyspepsia are cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. FOR SUrFERIftG WCIV3EM. L'fl. MILES .''.'-. -o.n;; -i...7 Z'it etc. '" "- l,,-",t dc-rtcr. but A--," .hftnt n-iipf. hra 3 vrrrk rnd t::Te not hud an ' Mtii t ti.11 Tl-.irrl I' Braccus. UethT;:!. p. Vrnr -rvln be ' cur4 ei ct-mpi.rc'y of Ncr?ou trouble. J. VI. Tavtok. l.oity. tb:o. Trial Boltlo 1-Vfo nt Xrngt OR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart,. I nd. PflTBT K?X3 A Li CLAIS0R1 DURHAM, N. C. Under New Managsmcni W. H. BILLINGS, Prop, and MVgr. RATES, 2.00 PER DAY. FOR RENT! I come to you with a small affair that you may need. In England, the Conti nent and many foreign countries, myself and wares are well known. Many Amer ican families on their return from abroad bring my articles with them, for they know them pretty well, but you may not be one of these. Confidence between man and man is slow of growth, and when found, its 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. I make the best form of a-cure pn 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 DH. IIAYDOCK'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 cap be sold at, 25 cents. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DI. IIAYDOCK, 03 Fulton Street, N. Y. One Till is a Dose. .PKI.E TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOK STALK liY ALL DRUGGISTS. EVERY TILL IS &UGAR-COATED. If your druggist does not keep them we will mail them free to anv address on receipt of 2." cents. Five vials for one dollar. nUV AT ONCE I D(5 NOT DELAY ! IIAYDOCK & CO. Has Secured During 1892 : W. I. HowelN. ieorge Meredith, Andrew Ihiij, St. Geori;e .Mlvart, Kiulyartl Kipling. II. Hitler IIat;grl, Norman Lockjer, Co n xit Doylr, " lark Twain, ,1. Chandler Harris, Ii. Lewi Stevenson, William lllaek. AV. Clark Itussell. Mary K. Wilklin, Frances Hodgson Iturnett. Anil many other distinguished Writers. Three Iiooms in Pamsh Building. One Dwelling on E. Main "Street. Apply to M. W. REED, Ag't. THE SUNDAY SUN Is the Greatest Sunday- Newspaper in the World. Price, 5 cents a copy. IIj- mail, 2 a year. Address THE SUN. New York. S. L. leAry, 'ilrcliltect I 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, DURHAM. N. C. G. T. FOSTLIY THE JEAVELER, Main St., near Church St. "profTjean follman, INSTKCCTOR OF Music an (1 Languages ! PRIVATE LESSONS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Band or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to order for any combi nation of instrument?. Private conversational lessons in French and German. Young ladies attended at they- residence Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. TERUS REASONABLE. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, X. C. THE CHEEK FURNITURE C01i The larect and best selected stock in the city. We call special -iitten. jtion to our prices on Chamber and rarlor Suits. New Perfection Refrigerators! Wire Window and Door Screens, Baby Carriages (Hevwood). Head quarters for Pictures, and. Cheap irunKS. Headquarters, KaleigS. Durham Ollicc, II. J. lrcsn, Agent, Hotel Driver. BOTH the DAILY and WEEKLY UL011E arc rcai by MORE people than read all other pa juts in Durham County. THE SUPEKIOK EXCELLENCE of these publications accounts for this undoubted FACT. And wherein does this EXCELLENCE manifest itself, you ask. The pa- )er answers this question. It is both Cleanly written and Cleanlv printed Newspaper men have charge of the Newspaper depart ments, while printers have charge of the Printing department?. In this way ALL THE WORK IS WELL DONE. The deduction is at V read, the one which LIVE MEN TALK ABOUT. Do you catch. xt once clear: ADVERTISE IN THE PATER WHICH jS PEOPLE READ. And in determining which one If 1 ead, if you will think a minute, you will see that it is ycj Mrs. Ada M. Smith's FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, All the Latest Shapes and Shades ' in Mats, Bonnets, and Spring Novelties. FOK SALE BY MICHAELS & CO Reduced to $2.50 a Jug. i -.1 Nicely Turnished Rooms and Board, or Table Board, and also for Transients, . can be had at reasonable rates at Gor. Main and Roibr Sta. For Millinery Goods of All Kiids Visit Her Store. MRS. C. M. Y. F0LLETT Who has been North for over a month studyir.; styles and actively en;aed. in trimming all -ty eu HATS AKTD BOIVTBISTS! In the largest and most fashionable millinery e?ta ' ments in New York, now offers to her patn'i e - novelties of the season and. a line of RT-R.TTVrft AWT) RTTTiTTfTP.T?. TtTTLLlN Such as she has never before shown in DurhaD5, Soa hor Styles which are the Latest. 4 . - i . ..." . i . ?2