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DURHAM, N. C. TUKSDAV KvKXiNi, JUL l, 38Jl
PRICE FIVE CENTS. qjpi'KI) ER HARD ! Poker Terras. vl i T) rjirrnv rm r idcj lriAn. OJAI 1 UULiUALXO VOL. HI--N. H'J, B A j,,,,! Like 'Hii Was Very Till! I! Uusiiit'ss. . j,, ii in Town on I)o Trot Street. Near Durliam. , -R-- ',V i L L BE ARRESTS FOLLOW t f L r - . Uh'i t'ouif ami io -Itiit-f l!?-vi- ,. .11 III...- - (f 'I' lie ;iobe. r f t t ft All & ...i;i- thf information that we ! that Iay Marshal, a blind ' i. il niude some remarks about . . r, Mi-. Henry Sc-oins, that re-! , :ci 1 ii -,'f'r I,a?lt character, whereupon j ji, . v t""k olfen-e and protested against , u ,( u-ation by a blow which felled M ; i'l'-y to the ground. 1 1, Href I' d with the above fracas were ; ji hu'iirlass and Tliomas Scoggins, , r, uc are informed, took an active !a t!i' whole affair. The wife of :;,(,', Si njjhtS died a week utzo from : !u;tt i; r- childbirth. Ti,c .'on vernation held between the ;.t:ik- U unlit for public print and we :LLu! ! it, bat we will say that any man v.owil! wilfully strike a blind woman a:, i km" -k her down, it matters not what :;.c i,lT n-e, is worse than a brute, and ;.lit to be punished severely. Let every parent cullivate the tender limits with greater cm re and we will have -in'.it in future crops. We le irn that the parties implicated in :i,e it!, oe (li.-L'raceful conduct will be !,r"i'!,t io trial LIVE LOCAL LINKS. 1 lit- l.i' Keloid of Cuiit-nt 1. vents ii. tli- City anil Vicinity. -A license was issued to day for the n.ti riaire of Mr. Kppie Walter and Miss i.i nn;i I Miprce. -The stockholders in the alliance store i-( hf.lilini, a meeting in the court house u- At; 1:0 to press. -Mr. ieo. . Iilackwell will give you v.t :T hargains in safes than w ere ever Li! in Durham before. Call and see him -1 .1. Rogers, of Persimmon Tree s'lition (nine, is erecting a business tent iu & vacant lot adjoining the post .ft.T. -Tie-e wanting dirt free of charge 'i'U'et Mime in front of Presbyterian (""Mi, where a cement sidewalk is be in.' placed. -Kt'H'.ilar meeting of Ehrlioh Lodge N" 1. A. (. I". W , to-night at 8 o'clock A f;;ii attendance desired, as business of !i!;"ii;ince demands you. I i Iom' out their stock of baby car :i.':tt one,., The Cheek Furniture Co ' !!ii- greatest inducements ever be re otl't re'i!. Easy payments if desired. -The Distiict Sunday School confer '"' !'r Durliam district will meet at burlin-ti hi tomorrow. The following ities will attend from this place: Dr ; A Yates, P. E, E. J. Parrish, P. M. i::;-'s, ' C. Drown and Miss Katie Cox -The rain of the season fell in Dur ;'a to day. It came down in great tor- r'"t and the streets looked like rivers. N;h a rain is a blessing to any town Hose Mreets are not kept in perfect cou- fT it carries olT much accumu tilth. 1 he chief of police of Winston passed !"r ";-rh here to day with the agent of the :!?' r Sew ing Machine company in Wil ? who is wanted therefor embez.le-Iitn!- I'lic prisoner was handcuffed vure!y to the cll'u er and his chances of v M'c did not appear particularlv daz- -A very large crowd assembled at the V"t csterday evening to await the upon which the remains of John ' r I arrived. The body was carried to L' rtMd.enee of the deceased. The fun tr'' t'k phu-e to day after which the ta'':ns were laid to rest in the city "-li'.etery. BUTT'S PANORAMA. I., a C'iowW,l IIouh.. at Oxford Vttur.lay Night. "x ford Day says : Mr. Rutt kindly the children of the asylum to his l1" Saturday ni-ht, and 175 of .Illkl- !ta aiul enj-vtl1 il- iudieiH e Saturday night was much .:.jVj With I5uu' panorama. The pic - MTe exi-fHtut and the lecture very i "ai,! was the best show for T0IU-V lley ever attended. i:VLl Mr' 1UlU v,m Prescnt "Keau- f-'rVlritS Uf lhe 01 J 15illte-" Some scenes will be shown. The ad U u ' on,-v ten t-'ents, and a crowded ls Reeled. iorL. Ca?f l,t trohled withconstipa Vj!atoreS lljey take inimons Liver (7 Bh il" ' ; ,T .y, "A LUSTKD FLl sri. AN AFFLICTED FAMILY. )n- I)Htij;liter lie and Another Now I(h4 the Fever. .'1131 j iiiia ijrai i ain, rij uit'i in ai i u v ; i. i- i o i . r - cny waier wonts, uieu on Dunaay 01 ly- j phold fever and was buried yesterday, j Miss Ella, a sister of the above, is lying critically ill with the same disease. Mr. Garrard has just got over a severe attack, and other members of the family are threatened with the fearful disease. AS WE GROW. The Itooni Now on Those Who Are in the lro-e?ion. Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham and that propert' is com pelled to advance to double and treble its present value, it is the duty of every man, old cr young, who expects to ever own a , home, to secure it now while it is within his reach. Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on very desirable lots and selling on easy terms to a number of our young business men. It you want a home, and what man or woman does not ? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for you to own one. AS IT WAS. The irali iyh Taper Get Things Wronj; ami We I'ix 'Km Mr. W. W. Howe, of Durham, and Miss Emma Thompson, of Voss, Moore county, were united in marriage at the Moseley house in Raleigh yesterday evening by Rev. P. T. Way, of the Jones boro Monitor. There was no opposition, on the part of the bride's parents, to this marriage. The marriage taking place in Raleigh was a matter of choice between the con tracting parties. The bride and groom came to Durham on the evening train and were met at the depot by a host of friends. May their voyage in life be upon a smooth sea. LAWN PARTY. A tloltv Tiiiw Was Ifatl an I the t;iust Df-piirt KhiI.v. There was a lawn party ;it the resddence of Col. E. f. Parrish lust evening, given by the young men of the town, compli mentary to Misses Lily Parrish and An nie Watts. The always lovely grounds on Dillanl street were decorated and illuminated with Japanese lanterns and clusters of candles, and made unusually attractive by many rustic seats and benches The large fountain in the center of the yard, playiujj with a circle of light, presented a beautiful appearance, and the whole combined to make a scene one does not often witness, lees and fruits were served in the yard and the young people, consisting of about a dozen couple, enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. It could not have been otherwise, as their hostess was one win never fails to give her visitors a good time. Good-byes were said early, as the young ladies were to leave on the early train this morning for Illowing Hock. All parted with the remembrance of a very pleasant evening. 'vlnst Suppose." Suppos-e you were a married man as perhaps you are and had a good busi ness na'we trust you have and you were not laying up money as you otten declare you are not and you had several tine children as we hear you have and your wite should wake up crying some night as we trust she may not and say as possibly she would in such a case "I dreamed that you were dead, and we were turned out of the house, and the bab was ick, and I had no money to pay the "doctor, and Harry's clothes were ragged, anil I had no way to get more, and Minnie had gone to the orphan asy ium. Oh, dear ! I am so glad it wasouly a dream." What would you do in such a case? The answer is readily given. If he is a sensible man and we pre sume he is he will apply immediately to Adams, the life insurance agent, for one of those desirable policies and then wife, Harry, Minnie and the rest of the chil dren will all be provided for, and he will be happv. Samuel L. Adams, Ortice Kooms'-il Wright Building, Durham, N. C. Xobo ly can have dyspepsia or bilious ness if they take bimmons Liver Regulator. A Fund Slarted to Send an rufur-j i i tunate lu Keel o v. TuiMity-nve I)o)lars Alrrad in ami All Should Couir. HE'S AN OLD CONFEDERATE SOLDIER Tho-ie Who Want to Help 7 hose Who Ar j Denervinj; Should Not Hesitate a J Moment in This .Matter. We have a scheme which should bear j fruit. It is suge.-ted by a gentleman j who does and who m not given to talk, j There is a one-legged confederate soldier in the town, who wauts to go to Keeley, and Tiik (Jloiie proposes, if possible, to help him. It is M It. EH BEN TON. The fund now stands v ash. lLreri, Y. L. Hunter, S. L. Adams, Cash, r0 2o i .Cash, .1.00 1 00 1.00 R. V. Ii. Happer, W. A. Albright, C. I). Whitaker, Joe King, W. W. Thompson, J. T. Christian, F. S. Starrette, James IJarnes, J. M. Pinnix, ' B. L Duke, Bud Ferrell, Cash, Cash, J. A. Warren, S. R. Perry, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, E. S. Sheppe, Keeley ites (Greensboro), Oxonian, 25 25 2 25 1.00 5 00 1.00 25 50 1 00 25 25 20 2r 5.00 ') 'j j To late, And the question comes to all who will how much will you give? Every penny will count, and all of the money will be duly acknowledged. If we do not get enough to send him to Keeley (i:W.o0 for his case) all will be , refunded. The time to act is now, and come in with your subscriptions. There is much j to do in this line and this first attempt cannot sta't anv too soon. j Tho?e who desire to donate will call at j the ".'lice and v e will explain to them ' the scheme. Those who are in earnest will appreciate this call. Let t he rep nse be eaily if but live cents it vill help on the business. A I. .yal Ottering' The following letter, in connection with this affair, explains itself and is well worth attention and consideration: To tiik Editok : Seeing in the col umns of your valuable paper of the issue of the loth and 10th inst , headed a scheme to help a one-legged confederate soldier to realize the benefits of the won derful "Keeley Cure" and heartily sym pathizing with such an unfortunate, the patients and attendants of the institute at this place desire to aid in the cause, knowing from our actual experience the great benefits to be so speedily received, take pleasure in sending you herein f ."i.00 and trust that this worthy man who fought so bravely may be relieved from the deamou of drink, and hope that he may meet with friends elsewhere who will respond to so noble a charity. We can all vouch for the efficacy of the treatment administered here. We most cordially contribute this small amount believing that it is more blessed to give than to receive, and that the Lord loveth a cheerful giver. You can use this letter as you think best. It is the one sentiment of all that God will bless the Keeley cure and the management. Respectfully, Kkelkvites. Greensboro Institute, July IT. Policeman W. E. Wood went to Bal eigh to day to bring a prisoner who was arrested by the officials in that city and answers the description of one wanted here for larceny. Nobody will suffer with liver or kidney dieas if they take Simmons Liver Regu lator. What folly ! To be without Beecham's Pills. 'HEMRY, Clearance r,Jij i.s no Humbug or advertisement to draw a crowd, hut hoin sold at and below COSt. They must b3 sold -every shoe and every pieee of dry joods so that our entire attention can he iven to groceries. Come and see what we have and he astonished at the low prices. Below is a sample of prices we offer you : Lake(Jconre A A Sheeting, Fine Prints, Rest Prints, Imperial Challic, (iin;bams, We make no conditions, hut require customers to take 10 yards of any of the ahove .goods, excepting Flannel and Pant (Joods. We have a few handsome sets of Knives and Forks which are heing sold at cost, viz.: SSSLtf), $1.50 and $1.75. --tgS! Our stock of Shoes has heen considerahly reduced for the last few days, hut we still have some elegant ladies1 shoes which we will sell at $2.10, $1.75, $1.25, $1.00. ' Former prices were $3.00, $2.50, $1.75, $1.50. Men's $:i.00 shoes at $2.35; $2.50 shoes at $1.(0; $1.50 shoes at $1.00. The ahove prices are not for a day or a week, hut until the goods are gone. We in vite you to call and see what we offer. Have You Heart How Mr. W. I). Wentz, of Geneva, X. Y., was cured of the severest form of dyspep sia? lie says everything he ate seemed like pouring melted lead into his stom ach. Hood's Sarsaparilla effected a per fect cure. Full particulars will be sent I if you write C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The htgiiest praise lias been won by Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient action. MAMMOTH 1 " EOLID CELERY PL ."0 Cents si Hundred. Ti,ese piats are very large and very fine. Best for this section. U. IIIBBERD, Hose Hilt Nursery, Durliam. N. ( CsBUTT'S Ml, hi d Crystal Paintings ! AT STOKES HALL, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Nights, July 20, 21, and 22. 2 Admission IO Cents.-SSQ tiiITfamous CONNELLY SPRINGS -AT Connelly Spriiifr.- on W. C. 15. U., Burke County, X. C. 1892-SDMMER SEASON-1892 The new hotel ul this popular resort to which extensive improvements have been added during the past winter ill be opened for the summer reason on j June 1, The Connelly Springs company prom ises every comfort and convenience to its patrons. Connelly Springs water has now aa international reputation, and hundreds of people at home and abroad in unsolicited testimonials attest its effi cacy. Write for circular. For further information, address CONNELLY SPRINGS COMPANY, Connelly Springs, X. C. HIT O'BRIEN & GO'S Stile of Dry Goods -o- it 2 cents 4 cents cents 3 rents 7 cents Rest Ticking Rleached Domestic, Linen Pant (?ooN, Kerf Flannel, White Flannel, Also Sateens, Worsteds, Dress Buttons, Etc. DO YOU CATCH IDE RllCI(ET!cla!1C55 Mtaia5f! kii is kytlig ill Us! i ; It will pay you to remember tli.H i things may go vrnn in the kitchen j without your knowing it. What you j think rilit may not he right. In groceries, as in other matter, there are the good, the bad and the indif ferent The Lad ou don't want at any price; the inditlercnt is certainly not what you want hen it is jtk-t about as e:.y to get the best as it is to be exasperated with the worst. We say we arc ahead of everything in groceries. What we mean is that you can rely urMjn us not only for the choicest varieties of staple and fancy groceries, but for a service that will le just as sati.-lactor in oint of cost as it is in point ol quality. Our motto is W. K. T. IL W. H. PROCTOR. Happr fcvi content ii a home with "The Ro Chester; a U-Tip ith the Ljht of the morning. CaUkrvritc Rochester LatB9Co..New York. and Shoes ! everything in ahove line is 7 cents 7 cents 12 cents -0 cents 20 cents DURHAM SUPPLY CO. NEW BUILDING 1 In a practical way circum stances enable us to organize an Extraordinary Bargain Sale ! which Will be respected as an event without precedent in the history of Durham re tailing. Wise huyers will secure the plums without additional advertising eoax- (tat mi Crsatc Concessions ! OCR IUS!Ni:SN lias outgrown our store room, hut we have decided to keep our present store and add a new one. The contractors are waiting on us to make room for the workmen, and we must he ready soon. In order to ac complish this we have? de cided to reward the public with wonderful price-concessions during this month. Tin Profits o straight olT. Durham Supply Co. ZvCclIxl Street. BOARDERS WANTED! Th- Fmt bou on Morrl trt-t ha Jut h fri iiflv furnnlusl jrv1 rt-iKairtil 1 am imjmt prvjiarfd toaccocnrnoUte a iirnit-l number Ml I -ni ta,,i( tbe f-t market ttTordi. Hmi reasonable. MUS. JOHN ALLKN.