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DVRIUlAI DAILY tiLODlL, TLZSiJAl, JUL.Y 19 x ULCERS, CANCERS, SCROFULA, SALT RHEUM, RHEUMATISM, BLOOD POISON. t!.r-sc -c and every kindred disease arising j:;ipT;rc Mood M cc!-fully treated by ;f", rvr rAUvc ami bet of all tonics and ' ' I'l""d and Kkin ;,:-.--(:" J r.:-1'' t-!-tirnonials ficntoa .iti'in. Address Th Swift Specific Co., ATLANTA. CA. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTttrCTOU OF Ml II (HI 0(1 II r ll 1111 11 o 0 iicivati: M ASONS ON y,;,... M.r:tn, Violin, Cuitar, Claiinct, Y-U Cornet or any other Iand .,i Orcho-.t ral Instrument. M ;u railed to order for any combi nation of instruments. l i vi rational lessons in French and Herman. iiri:i' ladies attended at their residence v i-t.v ! : n and rapid ;id v ;t i.ccini'ii ! iriiar ;i!itccd hludinu-i pupils. ti:ic is ick wo va l . Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, X. C. DIVISION r'rright Agent's Oilicc or Tin: Norfolk and Western Railroad IS ft. N(iv ( )pen for Business IN Woom No. 10, HKiirr building, Win iv Kates and Any In i'dination 1 Vrtnining TO I ndlic I )epnrtment will nr: 1 'InTi-fully Furnished. R. C. STAPJARB, I. 1". A. S. M. HARDIN, JR., fey, h and Sals Uk i NVnr First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At IleasonaMe Kates. - finest Carriag3s in the City. :i i AKMNi; HonsKS A SPECIALTY n,'itie Teams and Careful Drivers. UIVE ME A CALL. undsay fauoette WILL handle all Baggage v.r,"!';'! Ma-ha.-ls ami at Warby's Drug ' iM.iir attention. 1,1 1U.AM)N A1U.K! v'nd to Xono in the City liiiu an Outer. J0HN C. WILKERSON, A--rnt lor the salt- of 'stenes, Monuments VN' VAULTS. : 'f, ' S n nt will please see me be- -Vme If you fail to see mc tVJi a Postal and I will come to see SIGNS OX THE BOWERY WHAT ONE MAY SEE ON NEW YORK'S FAMOUS THOROUGHFARE. The Most DUtinguiftliing Feature of a Street That lias a Worldwide Imputa tion An Avenue Wherein Are Found People or All Nationalities. To those students of hnman nature who are quick to see the weak side of every character save their ov a trip up the Bowery and Park row is always fruitful of good results. There are so many eights, sounds and scenes novel and interesting in the stirring comedy drama, "Struggle for Bread," that the student cannot help feeling amused and interested. Then, too, the fact that nearly every one he meets is poorer than himself imparts the zest of complacency to his pilgrimage, and he steps among the hungry and wretched and the happy and careless, keeps his hand on hispoek etbook ami his eyes on the shifting pano rama of life and makes notes. The signs are the first things that take the wanderer's eye. He notes A Regular Dinner for thir teen Cents" and '"Two (Jenuine Import ed Havanas for Five Cents'' with inter est. He feels that his barber charges him too much when he sees that he can receive tonsorial attention here for five cents, with the added, luxury of bay rum for ten cents, and that a clean towel is guaranteed with every shave. A large and gaudy cartoon extolling the merits of the "Flor de Maggie Clirff Cigar" attracts his attention. A small footnote says that it is changed every day, and that while the merits of the cigar will bo dwelt lovingly upon, yet the cartoons will also deal with timely topics. A clothing store near by has a big black signboard stating that this is the headquarters of the "Society for En couraging tho'Wearing of Clean Shirts," whereof the proprietor is president. He cannot but fel that the society is at once beneficial, salutary and situated in its proper field, Park row. I The- notice over a dingy doorway that r black eyes will be made to look natural for ti'ii cents" causes him some vague ap, . ehension, as it is a silent witness that he is in the land of fisticuffs and as sault and battery. But contemplation of the chalk writ ten worfts that "a Delmonico lunch goes with every glass of beer" gives rise to more kindly feelings, and he soon for gets his fears. A red nosed man rapping with a rat tan at a large and startling representa tion of "The Wonderful Monstrosity, Ljumbeto, the Elephant Boy, Half Ele phant, Half Human, Now to Be Seen lAlivo Inside" holds him awhile. But ho feels sure it is a fake and drifts on to the ;Auction Sale." I A sharp eyed person in his shirt sleeves is extolling the merits of a solid gold, full jeweled, stem winding, Amer ican movement watch, cased, clnised, turned and beveled, going at the ridicu lously low' price of four dollars. Cap pers are urging victims to buy, pullers in are bawling the auction to all who pass and the hurdy gurdy behind the dime museum screen tries vainly to drown their cries by its jerky render ing of "Comrades, comrades, ever since we were boys," while the man at the door still raps the counterfeit visage of the elephant boy and cries that the ad mission is but a dime. The crowd thickens; evening comes on. The "oysters and clams one cent" man lights his torch, Chinamen, Moused and pigtailed, heading for Chinatown; Ital ians with pushcarts turning toward the bend, Greeks bound for James street, negroes for South Fifth avenue, Ger mans for Avenue A, Hebrews for El dridge street, all homeward bound, work (worn and wear, hurry past. "Beef steak John's" is crowded. The fifteen cent lodging houses have each their score of loungers at their dingy portals. It is night. Now the shooting gal leries light up and the "ping!" "ping!" lof the -caliber bullets ring down against the sheet iron targets. Men lurk 'in alleyways and slink out to demand alms. A crowd of roisterers come down arm in arm. They are college boys, down on the Bowery for fun. A one eyed man has song sheets for sale. He cries his wares and sells several copies to the youths. The variety theaters open their doors and the Bowery amusement seeker surges in to see the Irish-American Four and McGiflin and McGuflin, the king pins of song and dance. The German and Hebrew theaters are open, too, and haVe their crowds also. The Elite Lady orchestra has tuned up in the concert halls, and the Bowery is at its best. The bell at the family resort is clang ing for the first performance, and the ticket seller opens his little window and gets his change ready. The clothing store "barkers" redouble their efforts to catch trade by manual force, and the Bowery roars with sounds of life and trade. Saloons are doing a rushing business now. Sailors, 'long shoremen, mechanics, all out for drink and recreation, make up the crowd. A new venture, the "two-and-a-half-cent-a-cue" poolroom, has done such good business that rivals have sprung up on every side. These places are all crowded. The frequenters are for the most part evil looking, low browed youths of eighteen or twenty years of age. They crowd the tables and Bow erv argot makes their conversation al most unintelligible to the uninitiated. The notice that "no profane or vulgar laniruaare is allowed" seems sarcastic. Bow- M 2 . ' S LS iiJ Urn '-west prices guaranteed. It is as f unnv in such a place as erv nrices for Broadway goods the Cheap John clothing store. And the student of human nature notes it in his memory along with the sign N if I Hest I Rust. : : If I Trust I Must. : : No ltt's-t No llust. " : No Trust No Bust. : : All Drinks 5 CcnUk : New York World. Decoration. I ttood beside ear-h rrnvjnded prar Where fclejit the bra t- ' r.f brave. And sought a f-it wh rt.- I cotd place My flower ahove a hero's face. Within a calm, secluded t-pot. Where ia-insr steps disturbed her not. I placed the simple buds I Lad O'er hf-r who lore a soldier lad. -Clifford Trembly in Iuiiea' Home Journal. CONSTIPATION kranich & bach pianos A lUalimaii Purification. A curious story of a cow is reported ly a corres-ondent at Fayzabad, in Oud It appears that a man of the Ahi or cowherd caste, was carrying a cow calf on his shoulders, when the ani mal accidentally fell, breaking its neck. Thereupon the Brahmans held a solemn conclave, at which the cowherd was sentenced to the severest form of Hin doo excommunication for six months. During this term it was ordered that he was to lead a life of mendicancy, and with a rope around his neck and with a portion of the calFs tail on his shoulders was to perform pilgrimages to different Hindoo shrines. The memlers of his family were forbidden to supply him with either shelter or food under a pen alty of undergoing similar excommuni cation. The Ahir is reported to have now re turned to his village, but until the puri fication ceremonies are over he must live in a temporary grass thatched house erected for his residence. It now re mains for a man of the lowest and most degraded caste to purify him. A bar ber, after shaving the delinquent and paring the nails of his hands and toes, will make over the hair and nails to the Badmanus. who will burn them and also set fire to the hnfl After this the Ahir will plunge into the river Sarju and come out purified, but his troubles are yet by no means at an end. Not till after he has feasted fifty Brahmans and 100 of his brethren will he be readmitted to caste fellowship. London News. Is called the '-Father of Diseases." - It is caused by a Torpid Liver, j and is generally accompanied with , LOSS OF APPETITE, ! SICK HEADACHE, ! BAD BREATH, Etc. To treat constipation successfully m It is a mil l laxative and a tonic to I the digc.-tiw rLra!:. Py tak. j iriir imi:i.)iis Li. r i;"ru iator you - promote ilipst ion. brini; on a reg ular habit f ikkIv and prevent Pi!i.)i:.-ii". ai:i Indigestion. "ty ;fc v. i.x - ' v -cd with Coimipa- t':.n a,.-; , f il.-.v.-t-.i with Hk-edins Tilts. A!t - :r :!. i.-'- i.l Mniniciis I nt-r Ke gulat'T he j; i.r'.'-t i. nr. Iv relieved, tZaiiiipi: Mrcnth u:.J t!.; . i:. l..aKi;. i c!aw .ire, 'Oh:.,. A l'tiblic IJenefactor Dead. William Toomey, familiarly known as old Bill Toomey, died at 10:30 o'clock Fri day night. This is a case where death had all the alleviating circumstances pos sible. For fort' years old Bill Toomey laid out the dead of this town, man, woman and child, without exception. He never would accept any remunera tion for these kindly services, always rejecting money and saying, "It's a real pleasure to me and no trouble at all." His wife's millinery shop supported him and her comfortably, and it soon became known that old Bill Toomey was ready and anxious to come at all hours of the day and night, rain or shine, win ter and summer. To make sure that no one would be laid out without him he fell into the habit of keeping careful ac count of all the sick, and made his rounds of inquiry each evening. Sev eral times, when sick persons were not expected to live through the night, Mr. Toomey spent the night watching the house of sickness, without regard to his health or the weather. Aristotle (Ind.) Cor. New York Sun. iihc onltj the (leiuiine. V"..i. h h.. nn the Vi'r.ij.pcr the red 71 Tradc- mark aiid Siiriuiure of J. II. ZlilLIN & CO. The Population of Durham 13 about 8,000, and we would say at le-ist one half are t roubled with some ejection on the Throat and Lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opper tunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam tor the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Bottle ."iOc Hnd si. Sold by all druggists. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer i universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship hoard, and for travelers by sea and land, Winkelm inn's Diarrhica and Cholera Remedy has proved its inestimable worth in the prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, cholera morbus, dial 1 1 h ; i , cramps, etc. Service able tinder all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price IT, t i nts at all druisss. J $ K WORD ! Founded 7rTi852; A Classical ani Commercial School OF HIGH GRADE. Elepant Buildings and thorough Equipments. 1-arge patronage from all the Southern States. Beautiful and healthful situation in view of the mountains. Over 3 00 Students last year. M T Terms Reasonable. Summer School (Business College Course) opens June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalog-ue, addre.., J. A. & til. H. HOLT, Prins,, OAK RIDCE, N. C. 0. ST011N0NIS, Stall No. 0, City Market. IN STOCK : ('aimed ( ioods, ( -ured Meats COXFKCTIONKIiV, KTC. All Kinds Vegetables ia Season Fre.-di Country Butter and Foul try a Specialty. ;i i: MK A CALb. THE BEST IN Trf WORLD! t: f? Rill I ftCGS 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 thiuk it will be misplaced. I make the best form of a cure an absolute one for biliousness ami 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 DK. IIAYDOCK'S NEW LIVEIi 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, '2'i cent. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DIL 1IAVDOCK, ;:) Fulton Street, N. V. DURHAM SMIBI1IG fOBACCO. GT THE GENUINE XO.VE GEM IXK AV ITIkO I'T THE ftade-Mark of the Pull on Each Package, Situated in the immediate Section of Coun uf that produces a grade of Tobacco, that ir texture, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position tc command the choice of all offerings upon this narket. we spare no pains nor expense to giti ho trade THE VERY CEST VALUABLE PROPERTY One l'ill I a Loe. THICK TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. roi: sale all iut';t;iHTs. EVERY ril.I. IS SfGAK I iHTUt'. If your drucgist dees not keep them we will mail them free to anv address on receipt of 2-j cents. Five vials for one dollar. ncv at once: do not utLAV! IIAYDOCK & CO. W. M. Yearby, Sole Agent for DarLam. ZEOIES SALE Six-Rcorn Cctta ge House acd Lot On Ihirch street, west end of town, near Tiinity College. Good Neighborhood ! Beautiful Location ! Wiil be -old for less than cost. Splendid water. ee me son. 0- 'Kcveived a Special Award at the X. C. State Fair, October. ; t orv , 't'l . . i io;m. v a i" year mere was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: "Kranich Upright Pianos, oxhi:itel ly the North Stntc Music Co., am! n t placed in comjH.-tition, shouM receive a special awanl, ns they arc the ben pianos on the grounds in everv particular detail." (Si-noil), ' mi. ADJ. KUKSTKINKK, V. ( KOYSTKU. We claim that the Kranich fc Bach will stand in tune longer than any other inake and last longer; that they have more improvements of value . than all others combined. They hold their tone and never get tinny or inetalic. An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY C. G. STOXVTE, MAKTAGER, RALEIGH, 2ST O. lEsUbliMied 1317. MANL'FACTUKKIIS OK AMI WH OI.LSA LK PKAI.KKS IN ill Kinds of Material and Tools ton- MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS. OAS AND STEAM FITTERS, rONTKAHOKS FOU Heating by Steam or Hot TKTater. MANVFACTtJKKKS OF All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. S. W. HOLM AN, Mrttiai;pr, Wher a full Stock of all si:ch Cloob will he kept constantly on tund mid for fl al lowest Hiclnnond prices. r? r i t m acked hy the lonj? and extensive xperi'Mice of the nhovc named ironth nu n, I uui prepaid! to contract for all kinds o! IMr.inliin, (Jas and Steam Kit 1 i i:r , hi;-. t execute the same with the assistance of the most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. . (iive us a call. S W HOt.MAN. Manaoer. Main Strppt. Oorham. r4 C. The North Carolina mil NewDort News Go, CAPITAL STOCK, si;(M)(U)0. Par value 1(K) per share, fully paid with 6','() in 20 months. OFFICIIKS: O II. L. DUKE, Tresidcnt, Durham. W. S. II ALU liUKTON, Sc, Durham. LEO I). UEAIiTT, Treasurer, Durham. J. S. LII'SCO.MIi, Oen. Man'r, Durhnm. Chartered under the Laws of the State of North Carolina. Having purchased outright l?s of the most heautiful and desirahh lots at Newport News, t'r a Iiimi lino only the Company offers for sale n limited number of it shares of stock on the following easy payment: sf".00 per share cash, 00 in one month, .." 00 in two months, " 00 in tlirce month, then $.1.00 per share every two months until :jUO0O shall have been paid. Inves'ment Safe, Attractive and Profitable. For Prospectus and particular apply to Office up stairs. Mansion building. T. S. LIPSCOMB, fJeniTHl .Manager. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS -O- ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS, REPAIRING ENGINES AND BOILERS, ETC. -O- STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTERS. -O- PLASTIC0! For nicest and WALL FIIVIISH! rsr. Can lie had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware anl i:tove Store, Sole A cent- for Plastico In Durham. We are Agents for the Southern Railway Supply Co., Manufacturers' Agents for Supplies for Kailway, Machinist, Mill and Miner' Contractors, Richmond, Virginia. ! -o CONTRACTORS FOR HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER. -o- 1 SPECIAL ZTOTXCE ! i We have with Practical I'lumhers ami (luarantee Entire Satisfaction. I Le-wis .lloezett Son, xt to The U. F. Arorri. V fvn Manufacturing Co., Durham, N. C.