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! CUSSED and DISCUSSED, f THK moiu: is NEVER A TOMBSTONE. J kviih :svk or I'jcokpkki ty. IT IS ALONK foil LIVK MF.X. VOL. ITI--NO. I 1 J DUNHAM, N. C, TIIUHSDAY E KXJNG. .JULY -I, 189'J. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I5KIXG IT IN NOW ! II,,. H- nton Fund Nee! a Iioo.st and at Once. An Attached Condition. PAST SIXTY DOLLARS A Funl .Started to Send an I nfer- r tunate' to Keelrv. . rr Follow Up CarH for KiIit Now. JAMS SEES THE RIGHT POINT who " ;-iiief iirt-vi-j (! of llllT"t t ' All 1 1 I ' r I ..l Th iiu,ue. iim be .still shorter. (If j...- o. 1FU..J.UU mean uusiness of Durham mean business Mon they must come and :tt olina growth, and nil warranted. En quire just below II. II. Mar.kham's store, , on Mangum ?drcet, and learn about it. we propose to do is tr send a , ,T ,,, , . . , Mr. Henry Chamberlain and a young -otted, one leirgod soldier to the lady who is vi.-iting in the city from it;-titu:e. ,, .!,y irct 'C'u.h 'onedollar, and Major I,!'!- M'ves a dollar. . , " , li iuia.m, N. C , July -,'1, HW2. , Di:i: Sin: I saw Benton this in in I asked me to see you and .; w i;i!!y K Uot that you will arrange : r him to iro up to Keelcy's this evening - -:i y s lie i afraid if the tiling i.- dc ,,vi'! iif will lo-e his mind. The poor ;'. ,'.v i- struggling hard, hut his fetters i re t1 -1 ron g. If you will see that he evening I will help raise the ;t!:i"iii.t iTuisitc, and failing in that will ,1, m ::i ar.d pay h;df myself. Tlie spiiii :.,' iiavo shown in this and similar niMei u ill ce rtainly commend you to ;i!i $t people and cannot fail of its re a;ik!. Trul' yours, Sam i: mi. L. Adams. Hut Tin; Gi oi:k w ill not allow it. If jM-.tple will not respond, then the f iin! t iPses and that ends it. We will w i:! tiii Saturday night. Two more days 'icntif men, do your duty. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. lin'i).iN JCecord of "urciil Av'ii(- in the City and Vieinity. Tn-O.uy has been one of thehotus ".' -c:im)I1. Mrs. lieaman, wife of Kev. II. (,'. Ilea f; hi. I'ontinues (piite ill. 'i to Stokes hall to night and you w.li not regret it. Admission, only 10 The Ulaekwell Durham tobacco w " t" k will begin work again Monday luniiiiiii:. I'ilift ii or twenty young ladies and !i!li iii u are having a picnic at Cole's Hi!.! to V. Miss K!ii Christmas fell from the '""i's of her back door this morning and rt'riu"l painful injuries. 1'. M. r.riggs, w ho is at IJurlington ii'ling district Sunday school confer- 'ii . i 1'ookeil for a speech. Watermelon season Is now in full 'i-tin I urh:un. Car loads, cart loads 'i 1 wagon hia.ls in abundance. -Mr. Ceo. It. r.hi. kwell will give you :"',;,'r ''iii'gains in safes than were ever i in I ui ham before. Call and see him. - IU' grading of the Helt Line road is '; ''"inpleied. and it w on't be longbe- 'rf y.'ii ,-un see a depot on West Main :-vt. -Mr. II intiin went down toward "xfor. t..ayjiml Wili bring back With I i i Minion, nee Miss Lillie Murray, Veiling. 'e street ears have been taken in "-oftW rain and hot sun. They will 1:tr- lroni their hiding place when the im:1ut gets eooler. -T-mIosc out their stock of baby car- -Vts at oiu e, The Cheek Furniture Co. rtl,e grratest inducements ever be l' I'-cred. Kasy payments if desirtd. "7,r I'Utt hud a tine crowd last night ; 1 fc'.l seenu-d well pleavfd with the en -v.nn.em. Noah's ark will be shown entrance of the animals, etc. wu-our i:ood fortune to partici U.'n n 1,1:0 ,linn-r to day at the Hotel . . w.ncn is til ed to nrertlciwincr u . . i More and better room is '' ti. i rprietress needs. Utgl " T meeting of Durham Lodtre -"J '. I. U (i l' ... : .1 . ... o U- , -'I-, Hi infill Ml is U tlUtH. :n ''Ist degree. Full attendance v . o U'! '""I'ltn Link Lodge and all v'iar '.others specially invited. j1 ,S &uiusin.s; to see what brisk work !'. I'V tl ()Unty work house iellows are. t r 11 Usl lwo minule!t standard l i -'t rU:C owcr Hit-'ir picks, and tlkt of the pick does the work. Million, watermillions a car load First Boaider A cijjar only onht to be smoked alter a gwd dinner. wcoimi uoaruer-nave one' lirnl Lwanter .no. thanks. Judy. just arrived, and Col. L. C. Bagwell, of Raleigh, has 'em. They are for sale at wJ1(,lf.al(. nr r,,,5i . i.., ri v...,,, ,v.,r Lynchburg had a narrow escape from 1 death yesterday evening. They were out ; ri(iinr vvhcn tLe hors?e look frfrUi at the tears and ran away. A bolt broke in the front ixle of the butiry and the horse left the occupants sitting calmly looking on while he carried the front wheels away at a rapid rate. Neither of the occupants was hurt. THE STUFF! THIS IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN THIS CITY RIGHT AWAY. Th' Cniili-Hct (iivn mid Ciiitrlv Norton Is till' Lucky IVIlow to Hi t tlie 'ontra-t. The contract was this afternoon let for the building of the First National bank. The building will be 00x100 three stories of brick, with every modern im provement. C. II. Norton, of this city, was awarded the contract, and work will be com menced at once. Dully ! POLICE COURT. What ;rist Was at tin Mayor's OHU-e Iliis 3lornins;. Short is the crop that proceedeth from the mayor's court to-day : Jake Shepherd, colored, drunk and do.vn, pays cost, 2.00. Hal Crabtree, a and b., lined 1.00 and cost, $:j(J0. YESTERDAY'S BALL. Wlia-rt; I'htyfd and Who Did the Itusiuess Itest. At Baltimore Baltimore 20, I'ittsburg i . At Washington Washington 2, Cin cinnati '. At Montgomery Montgomery 1, New Orleans 2. Second game Montgomery :!, New Orleans 1. At New York New Yoik 0, Chicago s. At Boston Boston Cleveland 2. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 0, Louisville 0. At Macon Macon '), Chattanooga "". AS WE GROW. Tlin lloom No on Those Who Art- in the I'l oi'Cfision. Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham and that property 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 teuns to a number cf our young business .men. If you want a home, and what man or woman does not 'i See Dr. Wat- ;n n,l fven ,,n a snoill snlarv he will make it possible for you to own one. "ilut .Suppose." Suppose you were a married man as perhaps you are -and had a good busi ness as" we trcst you have and you were not laying up money as you often leclare vou 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 baby was sick, and I had no money to pay the doctor, and Harry's clothes were ragged, and I had no way to get more, and Minnie had gone to the orphan asy lum, oh, dear! I am so glad it was only 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 immediatel 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 w ill be happv. Samuel L. Adams, Office ltooms21 & 23, Wright Building. Durham, N. C. The Handsomest I-ady In Durham Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly w hen other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and conviace you of its merit any druggist will give you a Sample Bottle Free. Large size 50c and I Over Sixty Dollars Already in anl All Should Come. HE'S AN OLD CONFEDERATE SOLDIER j ThoHf At ho Wnut to Help 1 hose W ho Are j Deserting .Should Not Hesitate a j Moment in ThU Matter. We have a scheme which should bearj fruit. It is suggested by a gentleman! who does and who is not given to talk. There is a one legged confederate soldier in the town, who wants to go to Kee'ey, and The Olohe propose, if possible, to help him. It is MIC. Kl JIF.NTOX. The fund cow stands Cash, .2."00 J. .1. Hogers, ','." F. L. Hunter, S. L. Adams, .",() Cash, o.i Cash, r.(0 l. V. B. Happer, l 0o W. A. Albright, l.oo C. I). V hi taker. 2 Joe King, ."" W. W. Thompson, 2t J. T. Christian, 'r, F. S. Starrette, 2j James Barnes, . 2"i J. M. Pinnix, l.oo Ii. L. Duke, .-, 00 Bud Ferrell, ' 1.00 Cash, o.-j Cash, or, J. A. Warren, ,Q S. II. Ferry, 1 00 Cash, 2.") Cash, 25 Cash, 2 Cash, 2."5 Cash, 2- Cash, 20 Cash, 25 Cash, 25 K. S. Shcppe, 5o Keeleyites (Greensboro), ' 5.00; Oxonian, 5.00 E. J. Parrish, ' 1.00 II. A. Beams, , 1 00 J. L. Watkins, . . 100 J. J. Mackay, . 50 Cash, - :55 W. A. Cut brie, 100 Cash, ' 1 0() 1 ' i i i t i To date, !'i.or. j And the question comes to all who will how much will you give? Every penny will count, ami all of the money will be duly acknowledged. If we do not get enough to send him to : ICeeley ( BJ5 50 for his case) all will be ; refunded. The time to act is now, and come in with your subscriplions. There is much to do in ibis line and this first attempt cannot stan any loo soon. Those who desire todona'e will call at the oliice and we will explain to them the scheme. Those who are in earnest will appreciate this call. Let the response be early if but live cents it will help on the business. A Loyal Otl'erln. The following letter, in connection with this affair, explains itself and is well worth attention and consideration : To Tin-: Editoii : Seeing in the col umns of your valuable paper of the issue of the 15th and K.th 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 5.im) 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, Keeleyites. Greensboro Institute, July 17. To counteract the desire for strong drink take Simmons Liver HeguTatcr. HENRY, 0'BRIEM & GO'S Clearance Sale of Dry Goods and Shoes ! 1 his is no Humbug or advertisement to draw a crowd, hnr everything in ahove line is lehi sold at and below COSt. They must be so'd every shoe and every piece f dry uoods so that onr entire attention can he given to groceries. Come and see what we have and he astonished at the low prices. Below is a sample of prices we ofiVr yon : Lake Seorre A A Sheetinir, 5i cents Vim.'. Prints', 4 cents Best Print?, f cents Imperial CliaKic, 3. rents (Jinliams, 7 cents t 253?"" Also Sateens, Worsteds, Dress Buttons, Kte. We make no conditions, hut require customers to take 10 yards of any of the ahove goods, excepting Flannel and Pant (ioods. We have a few handsome sets of Knives and Forks which are heing sold at cost, viz.: $1.:50, l.f0 and Sl.To. 3 Our stock of Shoes has been considerably reduced for the last few days, but we still v'- have some elegant ladies' shoes which we will sell at 2.10, $1.7f, $1.2.), $1.00. Former prices were $:UK), $2.f0, $1.75, $1.50. Men's $:.)0 shoes at S2.:5; $2.50 shoes at $1.C)0; $1.50 shoes at $1.(K). The ahove prices are not for a day or a week, but until the goods are gone. We in vite you to call and see what we oiler. CBEIBU Ss CO. ft LIBERAl OFFER! Mattings, Mattings! The price of The Weekly Globe is $1.50 a year. As this is a Campaign year we will send The Weekly Globe jXow is your time to get a wonderful bargain in Mattings. i To any address. I Splendid assortment. We have made an awful Fntil January 1, 1KW, for! ('ut in vriw. Nothing mi cool and 50 CEEITS. fiiE Globe is always Eight Pages and speaks for itself. Send money order or postal note to THE GLOBS? DURHAM, N C. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, IAVIlSO X. C. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept. 8. Classical, Mathematical, Scientific, Liter ary, Biblical, Commercial. Kijrht men in tho Faculty. Courses for de crees elective in the higher classes. ACCKSSIIU.K, INK.M'KN! Vh MOK.tL V. M. C A. Hall and Cyruna-ium complete. sr.M FOK A CATAL'Mil K. Addn-ss KKV. J. I. MIEAKKIt. D. IK. LI I).. IKESIIE"T. WHITE SOLID CELERY PLANTS ! .( (Vnts a Hundred. These plants are very large and very fine. Bet for this section. B. hibTiebd, !:o-v Hill Nursery. Durham. N. C. TRINITY COLLEGE. The next session oit as Setemtr 1. W. at Durham in the new buiidiniW on Trinity 1'ark. tk-vea deiartmeuts of instruction. A euperior faculty. New laboratories, libraries and mu seum. Finest dormitories in the state. Ex penses reasonably low. All course open to local patronage. Catalogues may had at Gattis' lt.x)i ston, or by applying to the p: ev ident, l or rouuis apply to JOHN F. CKOWF.LL. Pre- Trinity Park. Durham. N.C. -o- Best Tickinir, Bleached Domes! ic, Linen Pant (lood.-. Red Flannel, White Flannel, r CLOSING pleasant for j I good i We a(hise onr friends to not last 124 Main Street, GLEN ALPINE A. A. BANKS, Prop'r. This Popular Resort Will Be Open for Visitors June I, 1892. Visitors should leave train at Morgan-j ton, X. C, for the Springs, .stopping at j the Hunt House, and they can obtain any ! kind of conveyance they wih to take J them on to the Spring. The proprietor w ill do all in his power to make his gnest 1 appy and contented. Band of muic and amusements of va rious kinds will enliven the s'.-a-on. The houe will te first class in every department. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address, A. A. BAXKS, Prop r, Moranton, X. C. 7 cents 7 cents 12 cents J0 cents JO cents -o- OUT SALE ! "D2 - i warm weather as Matting. hny at once, as the stock wi much longer. 1 liani, N. (', SC.M.MKIi HOMES. Vhgrs k You U$ 7iih Imm If 3 011 w ant comfortable a romtiKxla tion, surrounded by a larc fhnded law n, with I he free ue of ihe Lithil and Chhi ride Calcium Wafer, pccilicH for Indi gestion, Dyspepsia, Insomnia and Xer oui Prostration reu!sia therefrom, all Kidney I)Uea,e anI alo L zema and all Skin and B!Kd IUeaei, an to the Mineral Hotel or Park House, CHASE CITY, VIRGINIA, Wher- the rate re much lesn thai, are charged at other a desirable reports. Be duced railroad rate to ctober Karly applicants sret tet rate- and a'commoda tlons. For paniphlev. tard, etc., write to LD M. HOLT Set y Chae City .Mineral Water Co., Chae City, Mecklenburg Co , Va WAT Kli KJH SALK II V I W. VAUGIIAN, III Kll A t. V. .