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IUJS DUH.HAM DAILY iiJLOBl!,, MONliAY, AUGUST 15
Xatnro should be assisted to throw ofXImpnritlesofthe blood. Nothing does it so well, so promptly, or so safelj as Swift's Specific. CURES B POISOII LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. r, r three years I was troubled with tnala- no; ' y v, hich caused ray appetite to fail, rT I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life t a'l it charms. I tried mercurial and ., H remedies, but to no effect. I could CtoTtYiJ. I then decided to tryRRJR vV.-c hollies of this wonderful j ri a"i I nv enjoy better health than ever. c" " J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. Our fk ou Blood and Skin Diseases nail''! lrt;f. S'.vii t .Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. SOLID Through Tra'ns FIIOM fl'C 1, ST, LOUIS Hi PEORIA TO Kansas City, St. Joseph, DKXVEK, ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. .ia 11 I'ithtce Sleeping Cars! free ( lining Chair Cars ! oxi.v i- ( 'lianc of Cars to the Pacific Coast. T II K BF.ST LINK I-OK Me"brac5lra Colcrad.c, II !i; I5LA K HILLS, M AM. I'OINTS NORTH WEST. A. ('. DAWKS, 1.. 1 iV T. A , St. I.i hi is. Mo. II. It. TODD, (ii-n. Ajri'nt, Nashville, Term. GLEN ALPINE A. A. BANKS, Prop'r. This Popular Resort Will Be Open for Visitors June I, 1892. Visitors should leave train at Morgan ' n, N. C, for the Springs, stopping at i Hunt House, and they can obtain any &;n 1 of conveyance they wish to take 'tin on to the Springs. Tin' proprietor will do all in his power tn ikc his guests happy and contented. i'lti'l ol music and amusements of va ' i- kin Is will enliven the season. The ln(Ue will be first class in every '! iiim. nt. Satisfaction miarantted. .!!! , A. A. HANKS, Prop'r, Morganton, N. C. G. M. HARDIN, JR., b?, hi x S.le Mk ! Near First Baptist Church. Tae BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. - Finest Carriages in the City. "'AIIDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. . tit-ntle Teams and Careful Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. C. II. MUltTIIY, hM and Ornamental Fainter DUKIIAM, X. C. 'Iht Hanging, Decorating, l-,ivcoing and all things in that Lino. . " ;r I -itronage solicited and satisfac "u a'W:ys guaranteed. 'tfvrmies: The best in the city. , arj-t's: As low as good work can be fur. orders at Furniture Stores. 1)H- J. J. T1IAXTON, K-t. , fiff' years' experience as a General uV, i;'u r, tenlers his services to the citi H,.,, I'uriiiiin. His specialties: Mucous l'""-. lands and Nerves (females in W .ulltr'. Indigestion. Itronchitis Scrofula. H-h I'"'1'"! and Headache, Secondary and !,v!ailiry Diseases. Home at O. 31. Ilern- tou u'neover Jones' Jewelry More Office 53 AROUND THE WORLD! THE NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE STATE AND COUNTRY. -SciftorM, Panted, Stolen, Written. Im agined and Abducted for the IJen eflt of Glohe IIuy Header. J. K. Young, railroad agent al Pen dleton fetation, Louisa county, Va , Ches apeake and Ohio railroad, was run over and killed at that point Saturday by an express train. Carl Knold, the Alleghany anarchist accused of complicity in the attempt to murder II C. Frick, was released from jail Saturday evening upon 7,."K0 bail furnished by five of his friends. Two highwaymen held up a bank mes senger in China and got about 300 from him. The messenger lo?t the money, but the bold highwaymen were caught within forty-eight hours and lost their heads. A special to the Winston Sentinel says: A colored girl was caught bv the freight train Friday night on the trestle at Buga boo creek, near Ronda, and knocked off. The result was a broken leg and a broken jawbone. A commercial special from Norwood, Ohio, says: Rev. Saul Reinerts of the Lutheran church, had a fight with the trustees, blacked their eyes and had his rib broken. His resignation was forced, and legal prosecutions are to follow. Saturday night at 1:30 the track of the Ashcville street railroad on Patton avenue between the postoffice and the public square, was torn up and the street paved. This was done by the city authorities, who claim that the company has forfeited its charter by reason of not paving be tween its rails. A daughter of the great Indian chief, Sitting Hull, and Peter Markle, formerly of the I'nited States army, were married ;t Rondout, N. Y., Thursday, at the resi dence of William Van Braemer. Markle, it is said, served with Custer, and it is re ported that his bride once saved his life when attacked by Indians. Robert Thompson, a bar-keeper, long in the employ of Bill Leach, the leading saloon-keeper in Covington, Neb , and an alderman, made a confession last Thursday that he set the incendiary fires which destroyed so much property in Covington and Stanton during the last two years, at the instigation and in the pay of Leach, and who adopted this plan to destroy rival saloons and avenge him self upon his enemies.. At Fairmont, Neb., Lizzie and Bertha Shult, aged 20 and 17 years respectively, were driving from their country home into town, when the team took fright at the cars and ran awaj', throwing the girls to the ground. They were assisted to a house, andVjuickly recovering, hired a team and started for home. Bertha, while putting away the horses, suddenly dropped dead. Lizzie and her mother ran to the barn, when Lizzie fell upon the body of her sister and expired. A young lady, book-keeper of 31 r. William Tehman, the proprietor of a wholesale meat concern in Auburn, N. Y., is defaulter to the extent of $10,000. It is understood that she became infatua ted with a young man some years her junior and spent the money in escorting him to the various summer ret-orts. One week ago she was accu-ed by li r in ployer and fell to the ground in a faint ing condition. She admitted !m r riu:e and Mr. Tehman has allowed her to im her way without prosecution. The Richmond Dispatch says: A des perate negio was arrested at Wehlon on the l'Jth, on whose person was a lot of stolen goods. He was before the mayor Friday morning, but refused point blank to give his name. The mayor .'cut him on to ti e grand jury, and also imposed a line of .! for resisting the officers, the prisoner having fought desperately when ariested. lie was placed in the town jail for safe keeping, but while the guardian of the peace was purchasing a ticket the negro, usinj? his head as a batti ring-ram, broke the ponderous door open and es caped. He is said to hail from Ports mouth, and is probably an escaped con vict. Another outbreak between non union workmen at the Carnegie union mill, Thirty-third street, and the strikers, is reported to have occurred between 3 and 4 o'clock Saturday morning. At that hour the residents on Forty fifth street were awakened by cries of "police," ' help," "murder," and other outcries of alarm. A crowd of citizens and police men were soon hurrying toward the mill, and were met by the Teemer brothers, from Sharpsburg, who have been working in the mills. Both of the brothers were greatly excited and one of them had an ugly cut in his forehead, from which the blood was streaming freely. They said they had been set upon and roughly handled by a crowd of strikers who were in waiting for them. When they started to run they were fol lowed and one was knocked down. Their assailants escaped in the darkness unrecognized. A special to the Charlotte Observer from Asheville Saturday night says : Four prisoners confined in the county jail attempted to escape to-night. When Jailor Miller unlocked the door cell the men knocked him down and before he could recover himself they had rushed dpwn stairs where they encountered Mrs. Miller. She was thrown down and bruised. The prisoners then emerged into the jail yard, scaled the fence and started for the woods. Miller appeared on the scene at this time and captured one. man, who attempted to cut the jailor's throat. Another was caught by C. A. Smith, superintendent motor power of Asheville Light and Power company. The men captured are Will and Tom Whitteson. white, under sentence of death for murder. The two who escaped are "Hub" Germany and W. P. Creas man, charged with larceny. The razor with which Whitteson attacked the jailor had been given prisoners to shave themselves with LOOK AT THIS. A Hue Chance to Get a Ilouie at Low and lleaftouable lric-M. The Trinity Land company who.it w ill be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to any person desiring to build. It is the intention of the company to build up a nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of thi3 company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. Chills ami fever of three years stand ing cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. E. Watkins, Watkins House, I'ptonville, Take! Take! Take Simmons Liver Regulator for dyspepsia, constipation and heartburn. "flOTHER'S FRIEND" is a scientifically prepared Liniment and harmless; every ingredient is of recognized value and in constant rise by the medical profession. It short ens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Dagger to life of Mother and Child. Book 'To Mothers" mailed free, con taining valuablo information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of price, 10 pe-r bottle. ERABflELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all druggists. R. T. HOWERTON & BRO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Carriages, Buggies, Carts ! Manj-'um Street, Durham, X. C. Repairing Done Neatly and Promptly. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. The largest and best selected stock of Coffins, Caskets, Uurial Cases, Kobes and Hurial Out tits in the citj TIIK liEST KM1SALMIXG l'Ll'IDS. Disinfectants and Deodorizers used when necessary. Orders receive prompt and faith ful attention. ftfrrfys.n't A-. .etiit; ill. m - h t i.S 'Sri .mV .bJr SPECIAL RUN K'o. 10. GREATEST VALUE OX EARTH. T.xler. Fumani Antique Ouk IColl Cur tuin Desk, complete, ce eciul circulars. No. 4004, 3 ft. G in. long, net S10.00 No. 4009, 4 ft. 6 in. " " S21 00 No. 4010,5fMonir, - - " $23.00 Also see new 150 pa?io catalogue for 1892. Creat cut of about -lO percentfrom farmer list. BOOKS FREE, postage lOc. Shipped from St. Lcuis, Mo,, or Indianapolis, lad. COl'XTERH A SPECIALTY. We refer to every Bank In Thirty States. TYLER DESK CO., St. Louis, Mo for G'JFrt-zr-ia women. -irrip vr.-' vcur. Slecplce- rr n P.'l . I i citrilon, Rtni'l.it. & : A After four Vs ,S) trc-ur.'-'it t' i ": 'jV ft Jitom by tija torn, tut f J YZ-ii' w:t!)satr-!ief.t f ;vv ) wi-k and taT not had n I - s:rr. llurd C. Brccai. ns:h 1. Pa. 'rnr .crtrl ha Curcil ms c.ia,pit!' r cf Ncruui truuLlc. J. U. TiTi.on, l.oiiy. li ... Trial Xlottl lo m "D-r-xlmrtm OR. MILES MEDICAL CC, Elkhart, Ind. A. A. SEARS, Li?::y, F::i li Mln ! Main St., below Banner Warehouse. DLTltIIA3I, X. C. TERMS STRICTLY CASH ! Careful Drivers Furnished at Times, Day or Nijrhu Give IMIe a Oa.ll all WHITE SOLID CELSEY PLANTS ! oO Cents a Huinlrcd. Tbese plants are very lare and verj tine I5et for tLis section. U. I1IBCEKD, Durham. N. C. Koe Hill Nursery. tT...,.;:.,-..;.! CONSTIPATION Is called the "Father of IHse;;jes.M It ii caused by a Torpid Liver, and is generally accompanied with LOSS OF APPETITE, SICK HEADACHE, BAD BREATH, Etc. To treat con3tipntion successfully rrTJjTTTTTrTri l S It is a mild laxative and a tonic to the digestive orar.s. 1U tak ing Simmons I.iwr le2:ulator you prm jt j direstion, hrincr n a reg ular hahit yf lKtdy and prevent liiiiousness :A :iliiretiin. sill mTM CM ITT- "Mv Uy. und :oii.hi. t .;....-.: r.'c-ling rues. Afi -r if :t n!.- i. "! i'iim. (is I.iv-r kcs:!at'r she i. i.!ni;.-t ':!t;r!v rri'cve-t, n.!.,:th a.Jtkh." V.'.;:. I.M-n 1 v!.. v.. r.-. '.. . V V. i- r.!v '.': rc -n.' with Contia- Titur aai'i thr Irnttinr, Vkh J.u-i f 1 t'..- V.'r.v t.rr the r--J 2S Trjde rnark hi.sI i;::itiirc of .1. 11. ZElLiN i CO. j. w. iiuTcinxs AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FEESH CHICAGO MEAT nv EXPRESS. lias Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. Gr. STORNOMS, Stall No. 0, City Market. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meat s CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a .Specialty. GIVE ME A CALL. THE BEST IN TtfE WORLD) ULMUUIILLL BULL DURHAM SMOKIC TOBACCO. GET THE 6 EMU I ML NOXE OEXUIXK WITROt'T THE rrade-Mark of the Pull on Each Paciaga , Situated in the immediate Section of Coun ay that produces a grade of Tobacco, that it texture, flavor and quality is not crown else where in the world, and being in position tc command the choice of all offerings upon mil market, we spare no pains nor expense to givi he trad THE VERY BEST. VALUABLE PROPERTY Six-Room Cottage HouseandLot On Hurch street, wet epd of town, near Trinity College Good Neighborhood ! Beautiful Location ! Will !? sold for less than cot. Splendid water. See me toon. PLASTI00! For n'cest and best WALL FIIU ! 1 Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store, Sol A cent for Plaftico !n Durham. 9 i i r s 'm-r, "s ma FOR 30 My Entire Stoek, for Below Everything in the Millinery Stoek must Laees are away down much can't find such bargains. Straw Edge an elegant line, alo below cost. o- If you want Heal Bargains nery Store of MRS. A. J. FAUCETTE & CO. KRANICH & Received a Special Award at 1890. (Ihis year there was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: "Kranich Upright Piano, exhibited by the North State Music Co., and not placed in competition, should receive a special award, a they aro the best pianos on the grounds in everv particular detail." l51i'nel), 1MV. ALU, ni.Uill, V. C. HOYSTEK. We claim that the Kranich S: Bach will stand in tune longer than any other make and last longer; that they have more improvements of value than all others combined. They hold their tone and never get tinny or metal ic. An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY G. G-. STONE, MANAGER. ISICHMOITD, ViL., Established 1817. MANUKACTCICKKS OF AND WIIOI.KMAI.K DKALKICS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools roit MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTERS, coNTitACTons ron Heating by Steam or Hot Water. MANCKACTL'KKIIS IK All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. otj jmiilm: branch, S. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Wht re a full Stock of all such Goods will be kept constantly on Land ami for at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! Flum'bg, Gas and Steam Ittlaaer- liacked by the long and extenaie ?xprrin- of tl.e prenared to contrju t fur all kinds of Plunibinsr, 1 to execute the same with the Mechanics from their establishment Give us a call. S. W. HOLMAN, Manager, Main Street. Durham. N. C. The North Carolina CAPITAL STOCK, ISO,(MMM)0. Par value $100 per share, fully pahl with in 20 months. offickks: IJ. L. DUKE, President,. Durham. LEO D. II EAUTT, Treasurer, Durham. Chartered under the Laws Harin? purchaAe.1 outrirht ITS of the mot beautiful and delrable lots at Newport New , Tor a ibori tline only the Company otTer for al a limitel number of its shares of stock on the follow iu -ay taymentt: fVW per hare caAb, f5 00 in one month, fVOO in two month-, f.5 tfl io thrt month, then fi.(K) per share erery two months antil fOJ.W shall hae been paid. Investment Safe, Attractive and Profitable. For Prospectus and particular apply to Oflce op stairs, Mangnm building. General Manager. DAYS I M days, will be sold Cost! Line going Cheap these day s. he reduced. below cost. Ribbons you in this line, visit the Milli BACH PIANO! o the N. C. State Fair, October. aU)e n.imel irtnt!i-m-n, 1 m. a and Stt-ain Plllln, ami assistance of the most eki!!d am. W. S. HALLIHUHTON. Sec. Durham. J. S. LII'SCOM!?. Gen. Man'r, Durham. of the State of North Carolina. Newport News Go.