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JL1IK DUUHAte DAILY HLOBJK, WEZNTESil 1 , J UL.Y 20
SjllU w. 1 IT troubles hi, and ). Wolff, U 'riii disease itch for ten Loon & lid. ! .(..tra! years af; . r.i:iinnt Thy?.ic:..r.:; !. 1- r. i:i::Ki'ATiM' 1 l no t 'i u.e i 'i: v, Tenn. ki;i o:, :-.ood a:;d ,1 fr-j. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, IV-Tlti:Tll OF II II IV 1 1 (I n 111 u irun, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, w. Cornet or any other Hand ,,i Orchestral Instrument. When the Iudlaus Wr rId. Farrnintoii presented a gala appear ance Mon'h ,f' alter the bank officials hid cashed clu cks of the Indians to the amount of $J00,000. Every hitching post was surrounded by ponies. Those already possessing vehicles drove di rectly to the livery stables. . Much curi osity was felt as to how the Indians would tpend their gold. Their first pur chases were made at the fruit and con fectioner' stores. One squaw quietly bought a generous allowance of candy, fruits, nuts, crackers and fifty cents' worth of chewing gum. Even- Indian, large and small, wa3 soon seen eating or carrying oranges. In a short time many of the men had bought and donned new suite of clothes. They exhibited a marked preference in these selections for navy blue. The squaws meanwhile were fast reducing tha merchants' stocks rf blankets, calicoes, etc. 1 By noon the agricultural implement piouses had sold every style of vehicle in their possession, and one merchant had orders enough for a carload of spring wagons or "hacks." Harness men soon found their stocks nearljgleaned out by the Indians. Several of them paid high prices for horses in the morning, find during the afternoon many farmers brought horses to town, which they dis posed of at terms far beyond their ex pectations. At noon the Indians eager ly sought the hotels for dinner. The Squaws seemed to retain complete con trol of the purses. The black eyed ijiaidcn purchased the highest priced hat in a millinery store. i An old squaw selected a new cart, AS WE GROW. TIi lio.Mii Now on Thos Who .r- in the j Proem I on. j Now that it is given up by every one j that a big boom is about to be inaugurated ) in Durham and that property is com- j pelitd to advance to double and treble its ; present value, it is the duty of ever- man, ; old cr young, who expects to ever own a home, to secure it now while it is w ithin j his reach. j Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on j very desirable lots and selling on easy j terms to a number of our young business , men. If you w ant a home, and w hat i man or woman does not? See Dr. Wat- j i kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for you to own one. Not a Nourishing Diet. An old Scotch servant attached to the household of the famous British logician, Sir William Hamilton, was as proud of his master's fame as if it had been his own, and, having picked up a few of Sir William's technical words and phrases, brought them into play on ! every jossiuie occasion. One day a gentleman who was fond cf drawing out old John for the amuse ment of the company said to him, with nn engaging air: "I suppose, John, now that you've lived so long with such a great reasoner as Sir William, you are quite able to ' conduct an argument yourself?" I "Weel. I winna say sae muckle as CONSTIPATION KRANICH & BACH PIAHOS Is called the '-Father of Diseases." It is caused by a Torpid Liver, and is generally accompanied with LOSS OF APPETITE, SICK HEADACHE, BAD BREATH, Etc. To treat con.ipation successfully o- a rmH hi digest! It i the in; pru!:::te lii; uiai- habit iiioimks ivv and a tonic to or:ai:s. iiy tak r !Ie::nla:or you i,i inir on a reg- hodv and prevent ;t! 'l Indigestion. Received a Special Award at the X. C. State Fair, October, 181)0. This year there was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: 4-Kranich Upright Pianos, exhibited by the North State Music Co., and not placed in competition, should receive a special award, as they are the best pianos on the ground in evcrv particular detail." (Signed), " " DR. AUG. KURSTEIXKR, V. ( ROYSTEK. We claim that the Kranich & Bach will stand in tunc longer than any other make and last longer; that they have more improvements of value than all others combined. uf iv v. ;nd coir. :. t 'v .':.tre-fu with CV'!i'tita X, i;!ci with l''.ccJiii I'iles. uvr i f Simmon-. I.icr Ktrvuliktrtr is a'nvj-t entirely relieved, raining .strength d f'.t--h." W. I!. i'F.H, 1 teluwure, Ot.io. After f er loi:r rr.;;u..- Take oithj the (iemiine, W'ol h has on the Wrapper thered Trade mark, and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN & CO. M .-i' urr;iriol to order for any enml.i nation of instruments. on vcrsational lessons in French and (Jennan. V,:ii 1 in lies attended at tlieir nidciicc i!i-f:n tion and rapid adv.ineeincnl sruar anteed studious pnj.ils. i vis itK.-wox '!, n.-iili'ii. , Liberty Street, near (Jiieeh Diu ijam, X. C. I1 VISION Freight Agent's Ollice of ti IE- Norfolk and Western Railroad IS ovv v lien ior i s ncss I.V Room No. 10, MiSHT MUILDIXG, ltic Rates and Any I n ! i.:.... i) i"i iii.i i mil i i erraining TO Tiallic Department WILL UK t li'M'ifully Furnished. l. F. A. tmd paid 10' for a Horse. She then pur- . ' 1 , . ... ' .. , new harness and stored awav i , - . ' T. . , canna conuuci an airyment, i in innm- They hold their tone and never get tinny or metalic. An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY C. G. STOWS, KZAlffAGER, 1 fliused a Numerous packagc.s under the seat, after Kvhith she tied the poor, little, fagged ay use pony (on which sheJiad come to town) behind, fpread a new blanket over icr lap and turned her high checked spirited horse toward the mission. By 4 o'clock a long line of new buggies, Avagons and carts well laden with every conceivable article of merchandise Kvound its way over the mountain to the mission. The Indians were quiet, or derly and digniiiedly polite. Their con fidence in the townspeople was evident, a when thev emerged from the bank i with their large sacks of money they s-ut on the street corners to count it. The happy father of several pappooses retired with his abundant supply to an alley, where he sat composedly counting it out. Cor. Seattle (Wash.) Post-Intel- ( ligencer. The "ringer" I'layt-r Hook. Thirty-live or forty years ago someone issued the famous 4 "Thumb Bible," so called because it was scarcely larger than the first joint of the thumb; now Mr. Frowde, of Oxford, England, is out with a marvolousTittle lxxk, which has been dubbed the "Finger Prayer Book." This tiny volume has TOO pages and is bound in morocco and velvet with brass clasps. It weighs less than three quarters of an ounce, is only 1 inch in breadth, 3.,' inches in length and of an inch in thickness. It is difficult fur one to believe that a book of TOO pages could be made thin enough to con veniently go into a common pocket purse, bat this is what Mr. Frowde has achieved in his "Finger Prayer Book." It is a marvel in paper making and one of which the author, the paper maker and the printer are justly prou-l. A copy of it bound in silver with gold clasps will be exhibited at the World's fair. Exchange. in I could draw an inference." "Could you? Let us see, then? There's an Eastern proverb, you know, about the wild ass snuffing up the east wind. Now what inference would you draw from that?" For a moment old John looked non plussed, as well he might, and then a gleam of sly humor twinkled in the cor ner of his dark gray eye, and he an swered, with a grim chuckle: "Aweel, the inference that I wad draw from that wad be that he might snuff a lang time before he grew fat!" David Ker in Harper's. Founded vsin 1852 A Classical and Commercial School OF HIGH GRADE. Elegant Buildings and thorough Equipments. Large patronage from all the Southern States. Beautiful and healthful situation in view of the mountain?. Over 300 Students last year. Terms lieasonable. Summer School (Business College Course) opens June y. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalogue, add re., J. A. & M. H. HOLT, Prins., OAK RIDGE, N. C. 0. STORISWIS, Stall No. f, City .Market. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Noir First Baptist Church. MS BfiSr RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Kates. - Finest Carriages in the City. - BOAUIHNY, HOUSES A SPECIALTY. Ueutle Teams and Careful Drivers. OIVE ME A CALL. Poisoned Snuil'. An old New Yorker, who takes snuff regularly, wrote to Sanitary Suix-iin-tendent Edson a few days a.o to com plain that f.ome snuff which he had been using had caused inflammatory symp toms which suggested poison. Dr. Ed son examined the sample of snuff which was sent with the complaint and discov ered that chromate of lead, known in the trade as chrome vellow, had leen mixed with the snuff to brighten it next ascertained where the snuff was manufactured in the city, and called on the manufacturer for an explanation. Subsequently the manufacturer de clared that he had used the poisonous color in the snuff by mistake, supposing that he improving the appearance of the article. He promised to stop using chrome yel low, and also consented to destroy some of his stiK-k which had been colored with it. New York Letter. Polly Saved the Valuables. 'We had moved into a newly built house, which had all the modern im provements, the electric bell being one of them. It was a cold winter's night. Mr. and Mrs. J. were traveling in Europe and the servants were all gathered about the kitchen fire. Polly was also near the fire, but in the dining room, which was tip stairs. She used to see our mistress ring the bell for the servants to enter, and, like a clever bird, studied on this for a long w hile. rin ln" tiiirlif Pnllv w.iq all nlone. when suddenly the door opened and (JaillH'U ( 0(lS, C U 1V(1 Meats two men entered. The room being dark they could not see the bird and began searching for valuables, for they were burglars. Polly now proved her worth. She put out her claw and pressed the button of the electric bell. It brought the servants to the dining room, where, altera short struggle, they becured the burglars, who were about to make way with much of the valuable silver in the dining room. Polly was fed on dainties for some time as a reward for her valuable as sistance. Cor. New York Recorder. 4& JJXtlIIN Est&bliahea 1817.1 MANUFACTl'KKKS OK AM) WHOI.KSAI.i: 1 J-.A I.F.ItS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools KOK MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, COMKAtTOUS FOR Heating by Steam or Hot Water. MAM' FACT IT l KKM OK All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. IN STOCK con v i :ctk ' i: k y, etc. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country ISnttr and Poultry u Specialty. ;ivi: mi; a call. An Old liuccaneer. "I recently met a survivor of Pirate Lafitte's band of freebooters," said Thomas Haines, once a lieutenant in the United States navy. '"He was a tough looking specimen, and must have been j well past eighty years of age, for it is Inure than sixty years since Lafitte had ! his headquarters on Galveston island He ' 111 l,l preyed upon the commerce of the Uulf. The relic of those half forgotten 'times was an inmate of a Jersey City ! charitable institution and was not much 1 inclined to discuss bygones. He said. ! however, that Lafitte was a very hand- ' some Frenchman more than six feet in THE BEST IN TE WORLDS BULL DURHA SMOKIiiC TOBAGO If! mi&&w1 u. GtT THE GENUINE NONE OEXt'lXE ivithout the '. 1J tt 1 1 . . , "1 i i.. ... - ..t Hio-nr. wen iiiaue aim iKistr.strti ui ju was using a nanme. mraus , " t, - . . f iltfi nii TMVorfii deriui laienis as a cummumti. v irdUC-lllttlA Ul lUd PUU UU DdtU rataga ruled the toughest lot ot men ever con gregated on one island as though they uw( :i flock of lambs. Occasionally a lawless spirit would rebel, however, but his days thenceforth were brief and full of trouble. Every woman who came in contact with Lafitte fell in love with him, and he was as safe among his fe male friends in New Orleans as on Gal veston island surrounded by his armed LnecflTieers." St. Louis Globe-Demo crat. BAGGAGE LINDSAY FAUOETTE WILL Handle all Baggage "' '"tt at Michaels' an.l at Vearhv Druj? win revive pkom ir attention. "Aiua-s ukasonahlk! ''iitivs s.voml to None in the City livt- hira an Order. A 1'reliis.torie lturial Orouml. An interesting archieological find has been reported from the neighborhood of Foster's Ferry, on the Warrior river, about nine miles south of Tuskaloosa, Ala. When the recent high waters re ceded from the river bottoms it was found that the current had unearthed a prehistoric burial ground. Great quan tities of human bones, rough stonework and pottery were left exposed. It is sur mised here from the nature of the relic found that it was a Choctaw burial ground, but a thorough examination will be made at once and the results reported. Homeliest Man in Durham. as the handsomest, and others J0HN C. WILKERSON, Agent for the sale of rasstonss, Monuments VXI VAULTS. 4rlit's 'a need will please see me be- liUltr. If von fail tr see me. y un a. n ill ,uiac an. Tlie lowest prices guaranteed. The Season for log Iistemier. This ppring season is very trying for house I red doggies, and unless great care is taken of their exercise and diet tl.ey are pretty sure to have a touch ot distemper. This will promptly announce itself by running at the eyes and nose, and the small quadruped should be at once taken to the doc-tor. Xo hom treatment is safe, and a good doctor will cure him in two days and prevent a re lapse. Keep vermifuge comfits always bv you and give him one now and then as a preventive. New York Press. A I'aiJt in the New Coin. There is a verv serious defect in the new silver half "dollar that few people apiar to have discovered," saia ,muw Everett, of San Antonio, Tex. "The new coin is nearly as brittle as steel. A hard blow from a hammer breaks it completely in two. You can pound all day on the coin which this one is in tended to succeed and not crack it, which seems to attest a superiority of coinage in favor of the old half dollar St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Th. As well 11 . . I . - w T mill are invitea to can on urui:giM m get free a trial bottle of Kemp's lialsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic and Acute Coughs. Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. Large bottles ."in cents and $1. Nobody need staffer from languor and melancholy if they take Simmons Liver Regulator. Blind from Scrofula Cured. Atlanta. Ga.. June 2. My sis-year old on has had a terrible slouch ing scrofula ulcer of the neck for three years, attended with blindness, loss of hair. ?ii-t emaciation, and general prostration. Physicians and various blood rennnlie w ere resorted to without benefit. The New Atlanta Medical Collejre treated him for three months, but bis condition grew worse. I was urged to try the efficacy of II. B. H-, and to the astonishment of myself, friends and neighturs. one single Wttle effected an entire cure. Ulcers of the neck entirely healed : eyesight restored, and the hair commenced growing on his head again. I live at -!" Jones street. At lanta, and my loy is there to te seen. FKAXK JOSEPH. Situated in the immediate Section of Coun y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that it texture, flavor and Quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position ti command the choice of all offerings upon thii market, we spare no pains nor expense to giw he irade THE VERY EEST VALUABLE PROPERTY s"! W. HOLM AN, 3Isv!iutrT, . . i i Where a full Stork of ull such Goods will be kept constantly on nana unu ior at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! Pmm'bir-., Gas and Steam X"ittinc"- f'ackud bv the lout? and extensive experience of the above nametl frenllctiien, i nai prepared to couiraci lot ail Kinds oi l iumoinK, as aim pivhhi num;:. to execute the s.iUie with the assistance of the most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. Give us a call. S W -'(M. WAT4, Vpnacr. Main Street. Durham. N (. The North Carolina and Newpor News U CAPITAL STOCK, l.ri(MMMMM). Par value $100 per share, fully paid with $00 in 20 months. OFFICIIKS: H. L. I) UK VI, President, Durham. W. S. IIALMHCUTON, Sec, LEO I). HKAKTT, Treasurer, Durham, j .1. S. LU'SCOM IS, C.-n. Man'r, Diiihfim. Durhnm- Chartered under tin; Laws of the State of North Carolina. Having purchased ui right 17 of I he most beautiful and desirable lotn at Newport News, f.,r a Im- linn only the Company oiler for sale a limited number of its shares of stock on the following easy payments: f-VOO per sliare cash, $.",00 in one month, fi 00 in two months. 0O in three months, then f.VOO per share every two months until 00.00 shall have been paid. Inves'ment Safrt, Attractive and Prcfitab!e For Prospectus ami partieulars apply to J S. LIPSCOMB, Ortice up stairs. .Maiigum l)iiildiiig. (leneral Manager. Six-Room Cottage House and Lot On Uurch street, west end of town, near Trinity College. Good Neighborhood ! Will be sold for less than cost. Splendid water. See me soon. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS O ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS, REPAIRING ENGINES AND BOILERS, ETC. -it- STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTERS, We are Agents for the Southern Kailway Supply Co., Manufacturers' Agents for Supplies for Kailway, Machinist, Mill and Miners Contractors, Kicmnonu, lrtrnna. -o- PLASTI00 ! SANITARY ENGINEERS J W. Me ser. Howell's Cross Rtxuls, Cherokee t-tunt-. Ga., writt: "I was amicU-U with ,1 1 IO chronic sorts nine yesirs.anl had OvJ lIO tried manr meiicines and th-y did m" no Rood. 1 then tried U. II. H and eight bottles cured me sound and well." For nicest and best WALL FINISH !: USE i IPXj-A-S'X'ZOQ- I i Can be had at j J. T. WOMBLE'S ! General Hardware and Stove Store, j CONTRACTORS FOR HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER. -O- e SPECIAL NOTICE! .... . . i 1 . IVx nave wirii i radical i iumijt:i uni viuaumni Sole Agent for Plastleo In Durham. Satisfaction. XjeTris LlToezett Son, Next to The R. F. Morris V Son Manuracturing Co., Durham, N. C.