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riU U"HAM DAILY ULOJLSK, 3IO:yAy, ALKU'ST 15.
COMING AND GOING. HOME AGAIN. Durham People on the Move ami Visitor in the City. J. II. Separk, of Raleigh, is in the city. X. T. Kaincy. of Milton, was in the city j to day. I ThL MUSI Durham Teachers Return from a .Summer Holiday and Get Down to Business. Misses Xola Woodward, Lizzie Harris and Ada Hanks, who have been taking a j special course in music at the New York ! J .... ( urand Conservatory during tne summer T. J. Taylor, of Halcigh, was in the vacation, returned home Saturday even- city to-day. .. X". Ingram, of Oxford, is at the Hotel Driver. ; ing after a most profitable and delightful ; two months in the metropolis. j The' return to their labors reinvigor-! ! . . i i t i ,i i i l : . u -1 1 . l, I m u,r Mh,m n.nrnp-ifrrm1 , r y V ? B H. W. ROUMTREE & BRO., Richmond, Va. Mrs. William Miclburn returned from zeai an(i enthus asm necessarv to make )m X2s .9 Ilillsboro to day. Dr. Crowell and wife returned from old Trinity to day at noon. Mrs. Lucy Hinsdale left on the noon train to visit friends down east. Mrs. E. C. Hackney and children left on the noon train to visit friends at Pitts bo ro. .Mrs. U. A. Hollingsworth, of Magnolia, passed through the city to day en route to Raleigh. V. T. Lendiford, of Cary, who has been visiting in the city, returned to his home to day. Joe Corl, of Heilig's Mills, passed through the city to day en route to Wrightsville. S. Shuliberinger, of Miranda, passed through the city to day en route to Wrightsville. R. D. Williams left to day to visit sev eral towns in the state in the interest of the tobacco trade. Mrs. Dr. Hanks, who has been visiting the family of Mr. 11. C. Hackney, left for her home at Pittsboro to day. .1. IJ. White, of Cabarius, passed through the city to day to attend the people's party convention which con venes at Raleigh. L. Lanier, of Oxford, went to Fayette ville to-day to pitch ball for the Rocky Alt. club against Fayetteville The game will take place to-morrow. W. IJ. Williams, of Wilson county, who has been attending the association at Dutchville, passed through the city today en route home. He says they have plenty of rain at his home and that tin; corn crop is fine, tobacco moderate, ground peas fair and cotton below par. THEY DOUBLE TEAMS. -i l s mmr wim N-i I II f f VLLi CONVENIENT TRUNK eyer devised. TRAY TRUNK The Tray Is arranged to roll back, leaving the Lottora of the Trunk easy of access. ) Nothing to break or get out of order. The $ Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy ) this style is a guarantee that you will get the ) Strongest i runic niaue. If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, , Tli Stasville and Willurds v ille Sunday SchooN Have a lMenie. Stugsville and Willardsville Sunday schools had a delightful picnic at Col. IJ. ('ameion's saw mill on i ittle river Sat uriiay. The locality is mountainous and the scenery beautiful. W. D. Turrentine, Esq , is superinten dent of both .ehools. He endeavored to make things pleasant, and he succeeded ad mi : ably. The buggies and wagons begun to roll in about !) o'clock in the morning and among the tirst things to be unloaded was a barrel of lemonade for the little ones. Ice water was there for cooling and there was no end to i!ie grapes. The old ladies spread a most excellent dinner, which was enjoyed by the im mense throng present and then the frag incuts, which were many baskets full, were taken up. HE DIED SATURDAY. I.iiid: r:tiw''tt, a Worthy Colored Man, I.om-m His Horse. Lindsay Faucette, who is well known as a drayman, met with a severe loss on last Saturday, and had he not been the fortunate owner of two horses, he would have been in the soup. Let us figure a little as to his loss: He hauls tor 10 cents per load, Xow, allow him -0 loads each day, which he is not likely to get, it will take over two months to pay for another horse at the same price. It will take at least two thirds of what he makes to support himself and the horse he has left, so we see he will not recover fiom this loss for a long lime, though it may seem a trille with those who do not think. AS WE GROW. Th I'.ooui Nun on Those Who Are in the lrocefioii. Xow that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated i;: Dm ham 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 . ierms to a number cf our young business men. If you want a home, and what man er woman does not ? Sec Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for you to own one-. Important Notice to Whom It May Con. fern. Dr. S. Res, lately from Germany, the scientific and optomie optician of yens' practice, with over t'.,XK) patients In 'hi state and testimonials of same, is in the city and can be seen at the Yearby ho-Ke, in front of court house. o:hc. hours from a. m. to t; u. m. d.iily, except Sunday. Ilrair. workers keep your heads ch ar nnd bowels open. Take Simmons Liver Regulator. Disordered Liver set right with Ilea cbam's Pills. the Durham School of Alusic the success they have designed it to be and which it cannot fail to become under their man agement. Durham feels a just pride in the School of Alusic, the work of which is too well known to need comment. When it is remembered that these v oung ladies are sparing no pains to give Durham a high grade music school, peo ple w ith children to educate should see to it that the school is kept up by giving it the patronage which it deserves. - DURHAM BUGGY COMPANY, MG West Main Street (Fie Points), Durham, X. C. POLICE COURT. What the (irist Was at the Mayor' Office Thia Morning. J. F. Faulkner, drunk and disorderly, fined $4 00. Peter Uoggs, drunk and disorderly, fined $5.00. Graham Umstead, boisterous cursing, fined $." 00. Joseph Ruby, of Columbia, Pa , suffered from birth with scrofula humor, till he was perfectly cured by Hood s Sarsa parilla. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, oltice or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, W inkelmann 8 Diarrhoea 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, diarrhoea, cramps, etc. Service able under all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price ii. cents at all druggists. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester ; a lamp with the liht of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. Kennksaw, da., September 11. 15. 15. JJ. Company : Mv Dear Sin I take great pleasure in ac knowledging the great benefit my wife has derived from your great and wonderful medi cine, 15. II. II. For two years she was a great sufferer from scrofula, or some blood disease which had lain dormant all her life. We had attention from some of the most skillful phy sicians in the eountry, but all to no effect, until we had all despaired of her ever recover ing. Her mouth was one solid ulcer, and for two months or more her body was broken out with sores until she lost a beautiful head of hair, also eyeJashes and eyebrows : in fact, she seemed to be a complete wreck. Xow comes the great secret which I want the world to know: That three bottles of I51ood Halm medicine has done the work which would sound incredible to any one who did not know it to be so. To day my wile is per fectly healthy and clear from any scrofulous taint, and she now has a three-month-old babe also perfectly healthy. Very respectfully, II. L. CASallJY. S0L0M0N SAID Ws Nothing Hew Under the k DGS I5UT TUEKI. IS.53Q T HE HE'S A NEW LUMBER YARD IN DURHAM." Prompt Delivery My Motto ! I have just made arrangements to supply Durham with all the Lumber that It wants. My stock is full and complete and embraces green, dry, kiln dried, rough.dressed or in any shape that a man may want or desire. My .'Hres .Are Low an the I.n.t! And I will cheerfully give estimates for full bills or parts of bills. I 7T Orders left at the K. & D. railroad oilice with Mr. West will receive careful attention. In this great boom in Durham I am trying to find an office and will announce that later. $2-- See West. C. IB. lEHIIO-Eie- AC.KST. -O- We are prepared to furnish the trade with Landaus, Victorias. Broughams and Cloe Carriages of every description, Bugg?es, Phaetons, Surries, Carts, Etc., Etc, Etc. Our work is built for us out of Selected Material by expert specialists in ' Wood and Iron, and coming to our factory in the "white" is painted and trimmed by experienced workmen. All who contemplate buying a Carriage, Euggy, Dairy or Grocery Wagon, are invited to give us a call, examine material employed and have a talk with live carnage men. We can duplicate any job on the market in price, quality and linish, from the highest grade heavy Carriage and Buggy to the medium grade same styles. Caieful attention given to repainting and retrimming. Carriage and Buggy Tops and Cushions made to order. Delivery Wagons Lettered and Ornamented in an artistic manner. Or ders by mail solicited. Catalogue and prices furnished on application. BURXIARI BUGG.Y COMPANY, 21G West Main Street (Five Points), Durham, N. C. DO YOU CATCH THE B I i ! i i i t I ftCKETj DURHAM SUPPLY CO. ANNOUNCE ARRIVAL -or-- Entire New Stock -OF- rp 1 t J 1 IU1KS . Umbrellas ! Valises ! Hand Bags ! T e 1 esco pes axd Grips! ibi in Everything is hm ! It will pay you to remember that things may go wrong in the kitchen without your knowing it. What you think is right may not be right. In groceries, as in other matters, there are the good, the bad and the indif ferent. The bad you don't want at any price; the indifferent is certainly not what you want v. hen it is just about as ersy to get the best as it is to be exasperated with the worst. We say we are ahead of everything in groceries. W hat we mean is that you can rely upon us not only for the choicest varieties ol staple and fancy groceries, but for a service that will be just as satisfactory in point of cost as it is in point of quality. Our motto is W. K. T. B. W. H. PROCTOR. We beg especially to call your at tention to the Celebrated Holler Tray Trunks ! I5EAII THIS IN MIND: We will not be Undersold ! New Stock Umbrellas! Our Umbrella with a guarantee to give satisfaction, selling fast. $1 2.j 1 50 2.00 Gloria Siik Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for 1.00 l ; LESSONS IN MUSIC Piano, Organ, Harmony ! Miss Willie Smoot will open her Sehoo of Music in Durham, September 1. Terms Hour lo? son?, f 4 .00 per month; half nour lessons. w per montn. After a thorough musical training ani sje cial course at the test conservatrie3 of the country, an exierience as musical insttuctor and director extending1 over Ave j-ears of suc- eessrui laoor.ana having just dosed a success ful term with the Vance Seminary, she comes to Durham thoroughly equipped for the work of instruction both in vocal and instrumental music, and offers her services to the people of this city. By special permission of Professor Middle? on pupils attending tne Durham hemale In stitute, who desire to protit hy Miss Smoot's instruction, will be allowed to take lessons dunnsr school hours. Private lessons at homes of pupils If pre- terrea. For further particulars spply at residence Mangum street. HOLLOWAY'S BUSINESS SCHOOL o It. B. Holloway, the Specialist, will opt-n a Business School in the " . M.C A. 11x11 for two months only, Wednesday, Aurust 17. A thorough course in Book-keeping1, Pen- mansnip ana commercial LorresH.udence. 10. Writing-, $2 for 15 lessons. Book-keeping Morning class, 9 to 11. Night class, 8 to 10. Book-keeping Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Night class in Penmanship 8 ton, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Day class, 4:;W to 5:30 daily, except Saturday. Two gold medals will be given at close of session : One for best writing, one for best im provement. Terms Half In advance, remainder at close of school, batisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Keductions to three or more from one family. Bee circular for further particu lars. Specimens on exhibition at postollice. Private lessons will be given in Penmanship or Hook-keeping If desired. Pupils can enter at any time. BIHQHAM SCHOOL, ASIIEVILLE, N. C. Established 1TJ3. Maj. It. Bingham. A. M , l.L. I).. Superintendent. Lieutenant John Little, U. S. Army, Prof. Military Science and Tactics. "Bingham School stands pre-eminent among Southern Schools for in.ys, and rtnks with the best in the Union." U. S. Bureau of Educa tion. We have earefulH examined the new School Building on Bingham Heights, Just without the city limits of Asheville. and tako pleasure in bearing testimony as follows : 1. I be 1-Ocatton in natural advantages leaves nothing to Im? desired. 2. The Buildings exceptionally lill the re quirements. 3. The Sanitation is as perfect as sclent ilic modern plumbing can make it. . 4. The Water SupdIv is abundant, the water of the purest, carefully collected from moun tain springs and without a chance of contami nation. 5. The all-year-round-climate of Asheville is world-renowned and with the School's ex ceptionally excellent Equipment and Sanita tion, gives ismgham s special advantages not enjoyed by another school in America. s. westkay battle, m. d., u. s. rv. John Hey Williams, A. M., M. 1). James A. BrKitocnifs, M. I. Wm. D. Hilliaud, M. D. Durham School of Music. Opens Sept. I With Improved Meth ods and Increased Facilities. Aftera yearof successful work in the School of Music, three years' experience in teaching and a recent course at tne New lorkOrand Conservators', we feel more than ever pre pare! to make the Durham School ot Music equal to that of any conservatory in the South and ask the people of Durham to aid in this ellort by giving us their patronage and sup port. Some of the special leatures of the school will be : Free lessons in Harmony once each week. Monthly concert in which all pupils will take part. The vocal class. In charge of Miss Mary Mackay, will enjoy special advantages for the highest musical culture, and in every depart ment the training will be most thorough and according to the latest methods. Conducted on the conservatory plan. Special attention to phrasing and interpre tation. MISS NObA WUUDWAUD, MISS LIZZIE II AKitIS, MISS ADA HANKS, MISS MAHY MACKAY. Collegiate Institute FOR YOUNG LADIES, WILSON, N. C. Stric tly Non-ietariaii : The 43d session begins Monday, SepteraU;r 5, l.Hltt. A most thorough and comprehensive collegiate course equal to that of any famale college in the South. Best facilities for the study of Music and Art. Standard of scholar ship unusually high.. Healthful location, liuildintrs and grounds lxrge and pleasantly situated. 3Ioderate charges. Catalogue and circular on application. SII. VS K. WAKICI-N. riiiN'Cii'Au WILSOX, - - N. C. JOHN C. WILKERS0N, Atcnt for the sal" of Tombstones, Monuments AND VAULTS. Parties in need will please see me be fore purchasing. If you fail to see me. drop me a postal and I will come to see you. Sf" The lowest prices guaranteed. DO YOU WANT GOOD BOARDING? Those in search of Itiutni -ir.,1 r.i...... do well to chU at the Cox House, on Morris street, and xet terms from the pnpri tre w hois prepared to furnish first rate accom iltl-n V Persons, at r. -asorable rates. 1 he c ox House has an established rep utation, and under the new management will strive to increase Its popularity MHS. K. C.GULLEY, Prrfpmtnvj. i4U CLOSE OUT5C2 Counter each of Lace Cur tains and Counterpanes. Durham Supply Co. Street. BUILD A HOME ! I LUMBER, LUMBER. 1UT BEFOKK DOING SO SEE C -m-r "v m i We are now prepare 1 To fnrnish Durham H . jV 0 Ja jl 0 N fcad otber points a11 kinds of Lumber HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE Contractor ami Iluil.ler. AT SHOUT NOTICE. He will save you money, do good work tO" and suit vcu55 'He will lc pleased to rive fin om. nrPQCpH Hpilinn pnfl FlOOPinn. esunates. in any part cf the slate. Addre.s hitn or call on him AT And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Shingles and Laths. ConiH and us. Off.ce, next, to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. PROF. iNSTRfCTOR or Music anil Lm J i'K'.VATK l.fc Wane. Organ, Violin, G,...r f, Fhue. Cornet or ny or Orchestral Instruct. ' Music arranged to order for.SJflt, nation of in.trctaenn. Private conversational les.ca4 in Frr x and (ierman. Young ladies attended at their re.: - . Satisfaction and rapid a,lvCce,nt . aniccu Sluaiutis pupils TEIMIS KKASOXABLE. Residence, Liberty Street, tar Qu, larliam, X. f. Durham Male Acadsav ! A School of High Grade for Boyt and Young Men. The session of 1 -.- ta will tr rm n Charges for the full term cf a v . ! m : .1 s. . i: Intermediate il H.l rt mint Academic depart meiit. Incidental fee, Students entering .lurinj: ltif1n.t t.u will be charged f..r i!. tvrm: tb.Moibl . ii iii . """""f "i em ranee to it All 1)11 IS (llie lit t llr- l..iniin. ..1 No deductions w ill u made xn t in!jit.r This School offer ei !!i ni ,U -.,.-.. . younvr men desiring t( pr. pare tlx fwlv. j0r college or me niiMm-s piirMiitu ( !ifc. KtlM'ti:ll ntfcii inn U i in.r i.. I - r. ... and MathematiiK. ror further patticu!:irs. ,e- or al An- Mw princip.ii, L. T. hl CMANAN. DAVIDSON C0LL2G2, DAVIDSON, X. (. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept 8. Classical, Mathematical, Scientific, Liter- arv. IJiblical, Commercial. Kivht men in the Faculty. Courw l"rJ Krees elective in the lihher claa.. ACCKSSIIILK. IMArilNMVK. MOEAU V. M. C A. Hall and t JymnaMum wi' SKND ol A t Til.''' Ad'ln-. HKV. J. . SMEAKKK. D. H. I.t.. I- I'UKSMJKNT. Dl'RIlAM I I The 2d session iil legln AnfuH and continue 40 week. The teachers are utH piepared stif- perienced. Thoroughness of m-trm -non i - at in all departments. Mii4.1V on t.iano and organ w taught systematically and thorougLly. Charges moderate. School building on the corner of Ma- gum and Seminary streets. For circulars and testimony- or add re? K. I..M!I)!LKT. IrincIrL totl. Vear IIeKin-. ptM..Wf a ffAlfvo nt hi,h?r'!.-. ('" for dejrrecs. A Iw a 'lD"'('Tj. IT. if " ;-reiarni"i i .l tt''r-- Corkinkr liibont-ry. J;. ia aratt iiTTir-i - . , .. .... iTii I ' ' ' Healthful mountain j i !r . ,,r pro ved:M earn h.-at. -'u'''";iMui. Inereasintr i atronae fr'-m nr aloKue. with h vic-w; t-,,;. , pr.t- j i. lil" -.m. tfr-a'- fOUMOEO A Classical and Commercial School OF HIGH CRAOE. TTlcrant Bafldinss nl thorough Equipraerits. Hi lrge patronage from all the Kuthera StAtes. Reautiful and Lcalthftil sitUAtion la view of the mounuins. Over 300 EtuJc-nu last year. MLf Terms Beasonable. Summer School Ba!ne?$ CoHfge Course) ep June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. Tor Illustrated Catalogue, addr., J. A. & M. H. HOLT, Pnns. OAK RIDCE, N. C. University of North Carolina ! Instruction LsofTered In twr&nerlin of etudr. -ix brief course, a lanre numiroi ial tiure,and In law. medicine and c n mring. The facultj includes twenty teaeb fw. t?cholanbiIs and Ran funJ. are v'Ie for needy yourm men of Uk nt and character. The next seaion Uirins ImlLi cauloffue with fgH gforgatd Chapel Hill. N.C. TRINI'l V COLLEGE. . . t The next ion 1 ntrJ Duriuim in the new t 'X vi-n departments of iftrut tion , (iattw l.ik More. rl) A NEW DLSCOVEKV NADING'S SOBE TOE in from 10 " 1 'It it Srfthe mo.t fu Y Fifteen nrt cU Hrick thirty Ccrotnon DUKUA3I. N C. -3 ?T. C. HOWKLL CO.. Durham. N.C