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UiiS iiUIiJLLAM DAILY SATlRDAl, JUNE 11.
MERCURIAL Mr J T. Jones, of Fulton, Ark.t says of kAbout ten years ago I con BKyM tracted a severe case of blood i -n S physicians prescribed PV"'ne after medicine, which I took any relief. I also tried mercu Sd and potash remedies, with unsuc- " RHEUMATISM .(J results, bat which brought on an Cfteck of mercurial rheumatism that CjH 1 . r ..Tit. ppars I finvfi nn all rcmwlipn A rouini' nreu osuig o. d. o. Aiier i c Ci t A ri T- kin ' several bottles, I was entirely V.ffiml able to resume work. blood poi.-oning to-day on the luarKei. . ... , q Blood and Skin I)iwav( mailed . T" " ' fcwii r SracXFIO Co., Atlanta, (ia. utt- R. T. HOWERTON & BRO., M mufacturers and Dealers in Carriages, Buggies, Carts ! m nn Street, Durham, N'.c. I Done Neatly and Promptly UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. II,, ,..-t uid lwst selected stock of Coffins, i I'.uriitl i.'awB, Kolea and llurial Out III! ItKST KMIIALMING FU IDS. tjuji t intfl anl DeodoriZTB used when orders receive prompt and Faith ful attention. .!. Y. IIUTCIIIXS A T City Market, Sta 1 1 No. I, (. KTS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT II V EXPRESS. lias Lamb, Mutton, 1 'ork. A LL THE VERY I ! EST. (JIVE HIM A CALL. mm QUICKLY. TKOho:)C:i'- FOREVCR CURED (k t . !.r u rifw periccT.ea .'iA- cuiiimr. tail n n loss the "wj Case is boyoiul bumar -a an!, von reel imjrvj(j y '.X the first day, feel a bene- yourself a kliur moiif men in body, miiitt mid h"irr. Drains and losvet ended. Every obstacli t-. happy ni nrrled lite ie moved. Nerre force vili.enorcy, brain power when failing or it arc restored by this treat ment. All nmalland weak portions of the body en larged and strengthened. Victims of abases nmi excesses, reclaim your manhood ' Sufferers from ftilly.overwork.il I beall h, refrain yourrijror! I n't despalr.eren It in tbo lost staaes. Don't le dtsbeart ned i f quacks have r! 'i v. ma. Let as show you A U iVli'i Of r mm jwiswwuaL -r thatmedical science and bu!n,sh nc r Ptl!1 eir!t; hero go hand In ha ul. " rlti ,,r our- liook wll h ezplanatii ns ft pro fs, . rali il free. (tr ;:,)0 rofcrcucci. WZ KZriCAL CO. . ELTFALO, IT. Y, Has Secured During 1892 W'.D. iiou ,.u. M. rtMlitli i I . Rider HasrRard, Norman lockyr, 1 III! i 11 i o m i., ,x,. Hivart, Mark Twain, ;" r.i Kiplia. J. Chandler ll;irris, 'i Stevenson, William Black. " larii ltuell, Mary K. Wilkins, I i . Hues Hodgson Burnett. I tuanj other distinguished Writers. THE SUNDAY SU i . . !r rout est Sunday Newspaper in the World. ' - nt. a copy. By mail. a ar. A : Iress THE 8C N. New York. LUMBER, LUMBER. a prepared to furnish Durham '..( r point-; all kinds of Lumber. HUSE BILLS COMPLETE a i' 8HORT NOTICE, IS cheap as any dealer. Also, we ' wry in stock all kinds of 0resS3d Ceiling and Flooring, MiliiKle and l aths. M. 'nil r, iir.it l .. itiiii v. . I.. u - - Ill .. i.a i.. ... ...... ... v. ;..l.. s- - uci iui, .n.t;ii nun. H. C. HOWELL A CO., Durham. N'.C. A. a. SEARS "Mil I lamai i ms i below Banner WarcboQM. 'H KIIAM, N. ( . TERMS STRICTLY CASH ! Care I ' Driver Furnished al all Times, Day or Nieht 3ce a Call! WEAKNES 4 I J 0 a MB X PUSSY WANTS A CORNER. Tliis life is like a monstrous plank Out in midorean sailing. All crowded f nil of living men. Ami t;e"cr a foot of railing. There all ore strngglins for the besL And each one to his notion: In this i;rvu struggle often some Are pushed off in the ocean. And bjoom will find the lncky pi tun. Like little Jackey IJorner: Smc always struggle for a place, "For pussy wants a corner!" Bona have the claws to hold on tighL However roogfa the sailing, Ar.d hold the plank through all the fight. With ne'er a foot of railing. Some things are very light to bear As light as ocean bubbles: To liear with greatest fortitude. Tin other people's troubles. BOOM get a very liberal streak. Though you may deem it funny: Tir very easy to be free With other people's money. We often get the lucky plum Through some poor brother's sorrow; The failure he endures today Brings you success tomorrow. Tig such a complicated world. Where you and i are staying. We feel inclined to think a bit; Now, brethren, let's be praying. Oh, you, who've found the lucky plum. Liko little Jackey Horner, Make room for some joor starving one "Poor pussy wants a corner;" M. A. Sutfin in New York Sun. A Story of General Grant. I ouco heard, with reverence and with misty eyes, the story of General Grant's return from the last brief journey lie ever took from the cottage on Mount Macgregor. The general had a favorite walking stick, without which lie never went abroad, even on his drives, and his walking stick had its own place in the corner of his room; no hand but his own ever put it there or took it thence. Day after day the journey from his chair to that corner before he set forth, from the corner to his chair after his return and the replacement of the stick in itb place, grew more difficult to the general's nerveless and weary feet. And there came that day at last when, on coming in, he glanced toward the corner, stood for a moment silently, waveringly, a little quiver on the brave and steadfast lips; and then, with a ges ture which was a wordless renunciation of life and all its dear associations, he opened his tremulous hand and let the old stick drop from it to the floor at his feet. It was but a few days later that he entered with a soldier's courage the shadowy valley of the journey through which David said, "Thy rod, thy staff, they comfort me." Dorothy Lundt in Boston Commonwealth. Most Have Their Sea Legs On. '1 tell you it requires a good deal of practice to be able to stand in the cab of a rapid running passenger train and fire the coal into the firebox," said a West Penn employee, in speaking of the risks run by trainmen. "The engine rocks, sways and fairly jumps at times under his feet, and if the fireman doesn't mind his p's and q's he is liable to lose his bal ance and be flung from the rapid gaited train. This is more especially the case in rounding a curve, where, if the bal ance is lost, the fireman may be hurled from the train. 1 remember a case in point which happened a comparatively short time ago on the Fort Wayne. A fireman was flung from his engine one dark night as the train was rushing along. Of course lie was soon missed and a st arch made. He was found, and, wonderful to say, was not seriously injured." Pittsburg Post. Home Iiitlueuce Felt in School. If the home do its work well, the task of the teacher and the school is compara tively easy; but there are too many American families, as every teacher knows, where this work lias not been done, and where, consequently, much effort has to be spent in supplementing the lack of skill or the foolish indul gence of the mother. When a little six-year-old girl on her first day at school tries to strike her teacher over the head with her heavy slate because she is told to do some little thing, we may not un reasonably assume that that home has failed of its purpose, if indeed it ever had any. Anna C. Brackett iu Har per's. Naval Taelics. Admiral Sir Edmund Fremantle re lates a story of a Yankee who was giv ing his experience of what had hap pened in the American civil war. He had been in command of a turret ship. A lady said to him, "Oh, no doubt, you always wore inside the turret." "No. ma'am,'' be replied, "1 was not inside the turret." "Oh, really," she said, "then where did you get to?" "Well,' was the reply, "we were generally at tacking forts, and 1 got on the lee side of the turret so as to have two thick nesses of armor to protect me instead of one. " A Good Ileason. Little Boy Can your sister play? Little Girl No: she makes awful noises won she tries. Little Boy Then wot did your papa get her a piano for? Little Girl I dunno. 1 guess it was "cause he wanted zee box for a coal bin Good News. A man named Clemmer, residing in pr near Reading. Pa., has made over ifcA) clay idols, which he keeps in and about Uis house. At set times he worships these gods of his own manufacture with idolatrous devotion. i "Caleb dishing would go into the street and ask information of the shab biest negro, if in that way be could learn what he wished to know,'" said one who was associated with him in Washington. A man never realizes how much wait ing can be done in an hour until he waits outside for somebody who has stepped into a house "just for a niin ute." Slender rings with open heart shaped forms in small 6tones and diamond knots are new designs in rings. A Tao Enterprittng Collector. Th?Te n.'ed to be a book collector ip this city who was the terror of all WW knew him. He was well to do and a very learned man. He was a great bay- ' er of books and owned a fine library, but nobody else's library was safe if it o B- ' tained a book he coveted. For a long time his victims did not suspect him. He would call, spend an hour or two among their books and go away. Final- ' ly one bibliomaniac, who had suffer.- l ! most severely, had bifl suspicions arous ed. Even then he dared not utter them, io he went to his lawyer about it. The lawyer had him make out a list of the volumes lost. They were all of extreme rarity and great value. Armed with this Bst the lawyer called on the suspected man and introduced himself as a collector from the west. H had heard of the gentleman as a bibliophile of authority and wished to consult him about some books which had been of fered him before he concluded upon their purchase or rejection. "What were the book-:" his host asked. He ran off the titles of several of the fctolen volumes. "Nonsense!"' said his host. "Nobody can sell you them. I own the only copies in the country." Next day the lawyer wrote a letter which resulted in the restoration of the spoil to its rightful owner. How many rare books belonging to other collectors remain in the collection for it has never been sold for obvious reasons no one can say. New York Cor. Pittsburg Bulletin. A Iilue Law Sabbath. "1 was born in Massachusetts," said he, "and reared in a strict Puritan fam ily. The Sabbath commenced on Satur day night, when we children were re quired to study the Scriptural lesson for the next day. After an early breakfast next morning we went at our lesson again until church time. The morn ing service was from 10 to 12 o'clock, composed chiefly of a long winded ser mon, during which we were required V keep awake, pay strict attention and be have ourselves. This was followed by Sunday school, where we recited our lessons correctly or suffered severe con sequences. After a cold lunch at home, for noth ing was cooked on Sunday, we attended church again from 2 until 4 p. m. The interval between this time and 7 o'clock prayer meeting was occupied with re ligious reading or reflection, no frivolous games or diversions being permitted on this solemn day. As a special dispensa tion we were given hot tea for supper. Prayer meeting was out at 9 o'clock, and from that hour until bed time we sat quietly at home reading such thrilling and interesting works, especially to chil dren, as Baxter's 'Saints' Rest' ami Fox's 'Book of Martyr's.' 1 used to sympathize with those martyrs, and compare their miserable state with mine." Washington Post. How Men Carry Their llamla. "A sure indication of character is found in the way in which a man car ries his hands," said C. G. Clarke, of Boston. "You notice men on the streets. See the young man with swinging arms and palms which are displayed to all who take the trouble to look. He is one of that class whose heart is as open a his hands. lie is frame, unsuspicious, a free spender and a believer in the hon esty of his fellows. Notice the business man more advanced in years. His hand are always closed so tightly that he gives you the impression he is ever ex pecting an attack. This is the attitude of men bent upon a certain object. It is an attitude which displays the quali ties of determination and fight. "In debate you will observe some of our lawmakers emphasize a statement by hammering the desk before them with their knuc kles, while others, ap parently equally impassioned, are satis fied with the use of the palm. You may rest assured that if sheer determination will succeed, the man who applies hia knuckles will win before his colleague who uses his palm." St. Louis Globe Democrat. Notions About Sleep. One of the rudest acts in the eyes of a native of the Philippine islands is to step over a person asleep on the rhxr. Sleeping is with them a very solemn matter. They are strongly averse to waking any one, the idea being that during sleep the soul is absent from the body, and may not have time to return if slumber is suddenly broken. If you call ujmjii a native and are told "He is asleep," you may as well depart. To get a servant to rouse you, you must give him the strictest of orders. Then at the time appointed he will stand by your side and call, "Senor! senor!" repeatedly, each time more loudly than before, until you are half awake; then he will return to the low note, and again raise his voice gradually until yon are fully conscious. Ex change. Respecting the Dead. Mrs. Grmnpere Why , Briig-r. I heard of the death of p-. r Tim, your husband, and that you were married again; and now, poor girl is it possible your second husband too? Bridget (in deep mourning) Oh, no, mum. He's all right. But 1 always ' promised metelf, whmiver 1 could af I ford it. I srud put on naornia to poor ! dear Tim, and it's very well off I am Uium, in urn. - eince l m mame: tins nine, Harper's Bazar. Kconomy in Rapid Freight Train. A German engineer concludes that if ' the speed instead of the load of freight trains be increased from fourteen to twenty-eight miles per hour the exei.-- -per car mile at the higher speed would j be one-fourth less for repairs and only one-fifth, more for fuel. New ork Times. A Knowing II rut. "Cabby, drive me to Vefoar's in time i for the horseflesh banquet.'' Not so loud, guv nor. If Brown Bess neard you she wouldn't budge an inch." Figaro. DYSPEPSIA la that misery experienced when suddenly made aware that you possess a diabolical arrangement calletl stomach. No two djspep tics have the same predominant symptoms, bat whatever form dyspepsia tak - Tin innli rhiiix; CUUte in the LIVER, and one thing is certain no -will remain dyspeptic who will It IT 111 or Acitlity of : " Stomai li. Kxpel foul b M Allay Irritai ion Assist Dist- -1 rand at tli sam time Start the Li vet- irorhiinj and all bod i hf ailmenti will litapear. "For more than three year I suffere-l wiiS Dyspepsia in its wor-t "form. I triet several doctors, but they afforded no relief. At last I trx-1 Simmons Liver Regulator, which cured Be in short time. It is a good medicine. I would not Ik. without it." James A. K jank, Phiiad'a, Pa See that you get the Genuiu with red 21 on front of wrapper. PREPARED ONLY BY J. H. ZEIL1N & CO., Philadelphia, Va. prof. jean follman, INSTKC TO Jt Ol PRIVATE LESSONS ON Piano, Organ. Violin, (iuitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Bund or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to order for any combi nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons in French and German. Young ladies attended at their residence. Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. rl Kit Yi S REASON A BL K . Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, N. C. RAILWAY TIME CARD. ArrKes Durham. 4 l a ni f ui a m 10 is a iu 12 .12 p m 7 3'. p in lu 37 a in 0-' p in Arrives Durham. 1 '63 p m ti -!() p ru Arrives Durham. 4 30pm 9 45 a rn Arrives Durham. 11 ")" a m 7 :J p m B. Js: l. It. K. I Depot, foot Corcoran St. Night Ex. for Greens. I NiKht Kx. for Golds. Passenger from Raleigh i Pass i ger tor Kaleigb Leaves Durliaiu. ." 07 a m ft '0 a m 9 40 p m l :n; p m 44 p m 11 2U a in 1- 3 i p ill feiXpress lor tfoldsboro Kx press for Greensboro r t. and Pass, for Selma Ft. and Pass, lor Greens O. & C. li. K. , Leaves Depot, foot Corcoran .St. Durham. 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So If Agent for Plasties in Durham. S. L. LEARY, aA-rc3a.itect ! 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, DIUHAM. . C. -staVTi ,Jav Mas c and Lanpaf es ! ULHUIX , The North Carolina and Newport m Co. CAPITAL STOCK. 1150,000.00. Par value $100 per share, fully OFFlCEBSi B. L. DI KE. President, Durham. LEO D. HKARTT. Treasurer, Durham Chartered under the Laws of Having purchased outright 17 of the most Uwjtiful and desirable lota at Newport news, for a iiori tiim only t lie Company offers for a Had ted , number of its shares of stock on the following easy payments: f.YOO per share cash, $ no in one Bontn, So.OU (n two per share every two months until QlM Investment Safe, Attractive and Profitable. For ProspectOl and particulars apply to Office up stairs. Mangum building. FOUNDRY AND ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS, REPAIRING ENGINES AND BOILERS, ETC. O STEAM. WATER AND GAS FITTERS. We arc Agents for the Southern Railway Supply Co., Manufacturers1 Agents for Supplies for Railway, Machinist, Mill and Miners1 Contractors, Richmond, Virginia. SANITARY CONTRACTORS FOR HEATING SPECIAL NOTICE ! We have with Practical Plumbers and Guarantee Entire Satisfaction. XjeT7-Is a-lloezett cSs Son, MANAGERS, Next to The R. F. Morris Son Manufacturing Co., Durham, N. ('. KRANICH & BACH PIANOS Received a Special Award at the N. C. State Fair, i kitober, ls(.H). (This year there was no award, only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: "Kranich Upright Pianos, exhibited by Hi" North B talc Music Co., and not placed in competition, should receive a special award, as thei arc the best piano- on the grounds in every particular detail. (Signed), ' DR. AUG. KUR8TR1NBR, V. r. ROY8TKR. We claim that the Kranich & Bach will stand in tune longer than any other make and last longer; that they have more improvements f value than all others combined. They hold their tone and never et tinny or metalic. An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY C. G. STOME, MANAGER, KALEICrH, 2ST. O. ICmOT2D, va., KatahiisLed 1817. ASCTACtPMBI OK AM WIOUBI Al t KKAI V It- IN All Kinds of Material and Tools roK MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTER8, CONTKACTOKM VOK Heating by Steam or Hot Water. MAMTACTl KKK OF All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. DURHAM BRANCH, 8. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Where a full Stock of ail such Goods vtU be keni constantly on hand and for aale at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! Pin YTiVi!rLg-T Orsts sua-d. Steam jTlttiTig. Backed bv the lone and extensive experience of the abore aaaatd ntlemen, I am prepared to contract for all kinds of Hum! . . .as and Suara P"J"ia;, nd to execute the same with the assistance r f ihe most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. Give os a call. 8. W. HOLMAN, Manager, Main Street, Durham, N. C. paid with $60 in 30 months. W. S. HALLIBURTON. Sec, Durham J. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen. Man'r, Durham- fche Starr of North Carolina. month, . no in three months, then So.CO shall have been peUL 3". S. LIPSCOMB, iteneral Manager. MACHINE SHOPS o- -o- o- ENGINEERS ! -o BY STEAM OR HOT WATER. -o o- -