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lilE JH!H A M DAILY SATURDAY, AUGrL'ST 27.
COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors in the City. Miss I Jessie Fanning came in on the noon train. Kev. C. A. Jenkins, of Oxford, came in on the noon train. A. Teer left yesterday evening on a visit to Chapel Hill. C. 15. Hicks left on t lie noon train for h's home at (JoMsboro. J. X Howard.of Iierea, passed through the citv last night en route home. Mr.,. M. F. Jenliine, of Macon, X (' , was in the city enterday evening. Mrs Nancy .1 Crabtree, of Chapel Hill, was in the city yesterday evening. Miss T. A. Itagan. of Wake county, is visiting Miss Lulu Williamson Hollow-ay street. V. I'tiglj, returned from (J reftisboro t -l;iv,but left behind him the obji ct of his heart. Mrs. Dr. Cole, of Oxford, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Stem. Miss Lizzie Wortham, accompanied by her gtaridmother, Mrs. Lathrop, came in 01 the noon train. Master IJilly Doylan, of IJaleigh, who has been visiting Mrs. Day of this city, returned to his home to-day. Mrs. M. S. Culbcitson and Miss Fan nie Seymour left on the noon train to visit fiicnds at llockingham. Miss Lou Jilackman, of Haw River, passed through the city yesterday en route home from Hoyden, Va. I. (i. Stephens, of IJoxboro, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Turlington to attend school. Charles C. Caldwell, who is superin tending the placing of the electric lights in the new hotel, is here from Philadel phia. Miss Katie Cox left this morning for Turlington where she goes to take charge of the art department in Turling ton academy. Dr. Carr and family have returned from Europe and are now at Col. J. S. Cm'?, at Occoneechee farm. They ar rived there to day. Sam Thornton and wife, of Haw Tiver, who have been visiting at IJoyden, Va., passed through the city yesterday even ing en route home. Key. V. L. Keid, of the Taleigh Advo tutc, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Asheville in the in terest of Trinity college. Miss Lillie Ilochell, who has been visi ting friends in Johnson county, returned to her home yesterday evening accom panied by her grandmother, Mrs. Woodall. THE BORDEN TRIAL CONTINUED. Dr. Oohui (lives Kvideiu-e ISotlies liurieil Without Their Head. Fai.i, Tivkk, Mass., August 20 Dr. Dolan called to the stand and states that lie thought the murderer stood just be hind Mr. Torden's head, but could not say he struck with both hands. The per son whkilled Mrs. Torden struck a blow perhaps while she was standing up and the others w ere struck after she had fallen down. Her assassin might have sto(d astride the body about the location of tl e hips. He must have necessarily have been spattered with blood. The lower part of his clothing would have more than the upper part. Then the murderer may or may not have been covered with blood. No ot'e handled the axe but my self as far as 1 know. T lieve that the blade had been washed. The wound in Mrs. Torden's b c was lirst discovered at the autopsy held in Oakgroyc cemetery. Then came the m st gruesome part cf the testimony yet given, and w hile it was going on Miss Liz.ie and Miss Emma closed their eyes and Hushed and showed much feeling. Witness said the bodies have been in terred Th2 skulls were removed from the bodies by instruction of the attorney general. Tiie skulls were cleaned and the bodies are now buried without the heads. The skulls were photographed and are in witness' possession. No mem ber of the Torden family was informed of li e removal and photographing of the skulls as far as the witness knew. Dwlan then left the stand after being ordered to produce all the articles in his posses sion. Other witnesses will go upon the stand. llae Von Head How Mr. W. D. Wtntz, of Geneva, N. Y., w a cured of the severest form of dys pepsia He says everything he ale seemed lUe pouring melted lead into his stomach. Hood's Sarsaparilla effected a perfect cure. Full particulars will be sent it you w iiteC. I. Hood & Co , Lowell, Mss. The highest praise has been won by Ho.-d's Tills for their easy, vet efficient action. l or Kent On South Street. An s-room house, well watered and w ell shaded, can be had with twelve acres of laud six of w hich are grass land all enclosed. Suitable for truck farming or d;d:y business. All necessary outhouses including tour barns, smoke house, carriage and bug-y sl.eds Possession riven lat of Octoht r. The above place is to;kt-d and in shape for a vegetable larm. Should any one want this they hbould apply early, because this is a bargain- T. W. Matthews, 301 South St., Durham. - QUIET AT GREENSBORO. The Citizen Seem to Ignore the He ley. ! TDstitute. j GnEiLNSi:ono, August 2. Special J , Things are pretty quiet in this old tow n to day. I hear very little political talk, ' though it is the home of Thomas Settle, ' republican candidate for congress, and j j the grand centre of republican wealth j ' and culture in the state. I I Green grass and the mellow shade of' j wide spreading oaks lend an air of pleas-' ant comfort to the cultured inmates of, many a magnificent home in the "city of. flow ers," while lethanrv basks unmolested ' i in the sunlit trade streets. i In the social world Greensboro is n. t unprogressive. Her elegantly dressed, beauties Hit through the tw ilight in costly ; rigs, on horseback and a straddle bicycles, 1 wearing men's hats and imitations of! their "galluses" The only incongruity in the whole business is a want of enough white steeds to sustain the aucient aphor ism. At the same time the biggest advertise ment of her business resources she has ever had is ignored. With a few honor able exceptions, the citizens act as though the Keeley Institute was a pest-house, and its inmates lepers. The churches, too, practically ignore this fertile field for practical results. It would help Greens boro to treat these gentlemen, for such they are, differently. A. IIatciiett. LOOK AT THIS. A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. The Trinity Land company who.it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few vveelts 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 this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. 15. Warren, general manager, or C. A. .Tor dan, secretary and treasurer. Lettuce l-'ri Iters. Lettuce fritters are a delicate break fast or luncheon dish. Select crisp father small leaves of young lettuce and tear apart in pieces about the size of a quarter of a dollar, .stir thickly into a batter of one egg, one tablespoonful sweet cream, salt and enough flour to make a moderately stiff batter. Drop by the spoonful in hot lard, or fry in olive oil, just enough to keep the skillet from burning. New York Times. HI 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 think it will be misplaced. I make the best form of a cure an absolute one for biliousaess and 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 I)K. IIAYDOCK'S NEW LIVER 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.) cents. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DR. II AY DOCK, G:j Fulton Street, N. Y. One Pill is n Dose. rmcK tvi:n tv-five cents. FOK SAMS 1IV ALL DKUiHilSTS. KVKHY TIM. IS SIGAU-COATED. If your druggist does 'not keep them we will mail them free to any address on receipt of cents. Five vials for one dollar. HUV AT once: do not delay: H AYDOCK Jt CO. W. M. Yearby, Sole Agent for Durham. C. II. DOUGHTY, Artistic Boot and Ik M$ ! CilSKHXSKOitO, X. C , MANCFACTCKKIt OK Best llrade Men's Boot, Shoe and (Jaiter Uppers. Dealer in Leather and Shoe Findings. Special attention paid to fitting deformed and crippled feet. lir W. Market St., op. Court Hons. 7 H 7ft w a a u tin cio a e Ensify, Quickly, Permanently Restore tae tram of eviU frx.m early erivnorl ' the rpuli of overwork, bU-kn, w,.rrv etc Kuri strength, deretoorjent. and n.n i, ujJ organ and pom.. n ot the txxir. SiWple nurA w ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. r t Ymrlt J "V w f mis Manufactured only b 0 ') ' O ' j PH1TL0CI&H1CHM0ND,VA cents -NOT ten cents t 51 T"E ROLLER Tray this c t rr If tn rx n C gfJS" H. Relieves leavrs any Dy uxusgisis. The CJroccry Fort Little leakages in t lie kitchen run away with a good deal of money ; it is the little leakages which make the big river of large expenditure. You don't know how many leaks you may cut off by buying your groceries at the right place. It you don't cut oil any at all, you will at least have the satisfaction of knowing that you are not paying a penny more than you ought to pay, and that f r what you pay you get the best that can possi bly be had. W'e cannot recall a season when there has been a more abundant supply of Hour than there is now, and when quality was higher or price lower. It is alo a most auspicious time for baying fruit jars and j dly glasses. Send in your or ders. w. h. pr::otor. i SHOOT, IF YOU DARE o''- i. -tm ; - , . r i - npj .... j i I BUILD A HOME! I!CT DEFOISE DOING SO SEE C. H. NORTON, Contractor and liuihler. He will save yu money, do ood work t-r and uit you..iS He will be pleased to -ive liates and estimates in any part of the .-t.ite. Address him orcall on him AT T DUKUAM, K. C. YOUR SUBSCRIPTION to this paper will be one of the best investments you ever made if this notice is the means of getting you to adopt OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS as your only smoke. They are rich, pure and sweet. Five for ten THE MOST VENIENT TR CONVENIENT TRUNK t TRAY TRUNK EVER DEYISED. The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the ? bottom of the Trunk ) easy of access. -v.t,:., i i r ti 8 can be lifted out if desired, and to buy ) style is a guarantee that you will get the 1" rr i c f- Tt-n nlr m o ri . - your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the n f :i c n rprc W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Richmond, Va. all soreness o the r.mrous membrane and -'flM.lHlT,l- 1 ' I 1 - T " . .1 V- other treatment necessary. Never causes stricture or SSs. injurious after effects, l'tice, fx. Sold -rs mww m ikiu wf i t w 0 Liaii Lr7 . ua ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring, Ceiling and Siding SIIINGLKS, I.AITIS, ETC. We shall keep in stock a complete line of Lumber for building. Will also furnish bills for houses promptly and as cheap as the cheap est, direct from our mill. 01tlKKS SOLICITED. We can be found at AV. J. G riswold's office No 102, up stairs over barber shop, Main street. or at Lumber Yard on Green and Peabody streets, near Alliance Tobacco Factory. JAS. W. JONES & CO. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds oi Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOKT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop, Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham. N.C. R. T. H0WERT0N & BRO., Manufacturers and Dealers in j 0arriages fillggieS, CartS M m 8trectt DurharrJi N c Bepairing Done Neatly and Promptly, UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 'J he largest and best selected stock of Coffins, Caskets, Iturial Cases, Itobes and Burial Out tits in the city. THE HEST EMBALMING FLUIDS. Disinfectants and Deodorizers used when necessary. Orders receive prompt aud faitli ful attention. THE FALL SESSION OF !enderson Coflege or Will Open Sept. 5, 1892, VViih a full corps of teachers in pn giish, Latin, (Jermun, French, Spanish, and Mathematics through conic section?, Music, vocal anl instruincntal, Art, Elocution and Calisthenics.- For catalogue ith terms and special rats, address MRS. B. B. PHILLIPS, piuncipal, HENDERSON, N. C. ! TRINITY SEMINARY, FOE YOUXG LADIES, WiU be open for eurollmcnt of pupils Monday, Sept. 5. Miss M. E. Carter and Mrs. W.AV. liaw, Prins. Miss N. M. Carter, School of Music. Mrs. E. L Hryan, School of Fine Aits. TERMS PEK YEAH : Primary Pchool, Intermedrate School, Collejriate School, Langnaeres, each. Music, instrumental or vocal. Art, regular pupils. Special pupils, per month, -Single lessons, each. ..?). H 40.m fiO.Od .Ml.UU ajuu 4 (to 50 Pupils receive! for the year. No deduction for absence or withdrawal, unless these le providential. Instruction will le thorough. We ask but a trial to prow ourability and faithfuluess, and solicit a fare share of patronage. Payments per month. For othr informa tion apply to Principals, Durham, N. C. LESSONS IN MUSIC ! 1'iano, Orjran, Ilariiiony MiSH Willie Smoot will open her School of Music in Durham. September 1, at her resi dence on Manrum street, until more central and convenient quarters can be secured. Terms Hour lessons, 4.00 per month ; half hour lessons, $-.50 per month. After a thorough musical training-and spe cial course at the best conservatories of the country, an experience as musical instructor and director extending over live years of suc cessful labor, and having just closed 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 oilers her services to the people of thi3 city. Dy special permission of Professor Middieton pupils attending the Durham Female In stitute, who desire to prolit by Miss Smoot instruction, will be allowed to take lessons during school hours. Private lessons at homes of pupils it pre ferred. HOLLOWAY'S B L-l o It. B. Hollowav. the Specialist, will oien a Business School in the Y. M.C. A. 1111 lor two months onlv, Wednesday, A u trust it. A thorough course in Book-keepiny, l'en manship and Commercial Correspondence, 10. Writimr. 2 lor L lessons. Book-keepinfr Morning class, St to 11. Night eliips. 8 to It). Book-keeping Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridavs. Niirht class in Penmanship 8 1oJ, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Day class, 4::kl to fnIJO dailv. except Saturday. Two gold medals will be given at close of session : One tor best writing, one for best Im provement. Terms Half in advance, remainder at close of school. Satisfaction guaranteed or money i efunled. Reductions to three or more irom one family. See circular for further particu lars. Sueeimeus on exhibition at postothce. Private lessons will be given in Penmanship or Book-keeping it desired. Pupils can enter at any time. BINGHAM SCHOOL, ASHEVILLE, N. C. Established lTM. Maj. It. Bingham, A. M., LL. D.. Superintendent. Lieutenant John Littlk, TJ. S. Army, Prof. Military Science and Tactics. "Bingham School stands pre-eminent among Southern Schools lor tKiys. ana ranks wit nine best in the Union." TJ. S. Bureau of Educa tion. We have carefully examined the new School Building on Bingham Heights, just without the city limits ol Asheville, and take pleasure in bearing testimony as lollows : 1. The Location in natural advantages leaves nothing to be desired. 2. The Buildings exceptionally fill the re ouirements. 3. The Sanitation is as perfect as scientific modern plumbing can make it. 4. The Water Supply is abundant, the water of the purest, carefully collected Irom moun tain springs and without a chance of contarai nation. 5. The all-year-round-climate of Asheville is world-renowned and with the bchool s e.v ceptionally excellent Equipment and Sanita tion, gives Bingham's special advantages not enjoyed by another school in America. S. Westuay Battle, M. D., U. S. N. John Hey Williams, A. M., M. I). James A. Burroughs, M. D. Wm. D. Milliard. M. D. Durham School of Music. Opens Sept. I With Improved Meth ods and Increased Facilities. Af tcra yearof successful work in the School of Music, three years' experience in teaching and a recent course at the New York Grand Conservatory, we feel more than ever pre pared to make tho Durham School of Music equal to that of any conservatory in the South and ask the people of Durham to aid in this effort by giving us their patronage and sup port. Some of the special features of the 6chool will be : r'ree 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 NO LA WOODWAIU). MISS LIZZIE II AHKIS, MISS ADA HANKS, MISS MAKY MACKAY. Founded "Hn 18527 Classical anil Commercial School OF HICH CRADE. Elegant Buildings and thorough Equipments. Large patronage from all the Southern States. Beautiful and healthful situation in view of tho mountains. Over 300 Student last year, jfj- Term Reasonable. Summer School (Business College Course) opens June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalog-ue, addr-., J. A. & M. H. HOLT, Pnns., OAK RIDCE, N. C. University of North Carolina ! Tnstnitinn ia offered in foureeneral courses of etudy, six brief courses, a lartre number of special courses, and in law, medicine an'l en gineering. The faculty irtCludes twenty teach ers, scholarships ana loan iunaa area aim for needy j-ounj? men of talent and character. The next session beirins September 1. catalogue with full information, address nuromL'VT VV I V T V PROF. JEAN FOLLMan I INSTRUCTOR Or PKIVATi: I.KSSOSS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Rand or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to order for any romtf. nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons iu French and German. Young ladies attended at their residence Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. TKIHIS KHASONAHU:. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen Durham, X. C. Durham Mais Academy! A School of High Grade for Boys and Young Men. The session of lsi-J-i;j will ohii on Muti.lar August 2J, 1812, and continue 40 weeks. Charges for the fall term of weeks: Primary department. Intermediate department. -Academic department. - 17..VI fXlw to ::., i incidental lee, - j-, Studentsenteringduring tin-lirst twowtt-u will be charged for the term : tlise coming in afterwards from date of entrance to its cli-. All bills due at the beginning of each quarter. No deduction1 will be made except in cases of protracted sickness. This school oilers excellent advantages to young men desiring to pre pan- tliein-elves for college or the business pursuits of life. Especial attention is given to Litin, English and Mathematics. For further particulars, see or uddrcss tlie principal, I.. T. IH'CHAXAX. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, X. C. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept. 8. Classical, Mathematical, Scientific, Liter ary, Iiiblical, Commercial. Eight men in the Faculty. Courses funle grees elective in the liMier classes. ACCESSIBLE, INEXl'ENSlXE, MOIt.W.. Y. M. C.A.Hall and (iymnasium complete. SKMI t'OH A CATAI.OOt K. Address H E V. J. B. SHEAUKH, D. D., I.L. U.. I'KKSf DKNT. DURHAM FEMALE The 2d session will begin August and continue 40 weeks. The teachers are well picparcd and ex perienced. Thoroughness of instruction is aimed at in all departments. Music on piano and organ will In taught systematically and thoroughly. Charges moderate. .School building on the corner of Man gum and Seminary streets. For circulars and testimonials call on or address E. l. midi)m:ton, Principal. "WILSON Collegiate Institute FOE YOUNG LADIES, WILSON, X. C. - i i Strictly Xon-S tari;m ! Tho4'1 session jeriii Mondaj .-. m 5, If'.Ki. A most thorouK" an' 'v fj!na coilcKiate course cJUal to :hat of a U- college in the South. lUl lacl J " JJr study of Music and Art. a ol, . tJ,n. ship unusually hih. 1(-illt'r Diir I5uiJdinrsand jrrounds lar'- u,. Bn-1 situated. Moderate chary Cata.'i." circular on application. SILAS K. WAKKKX. rm.NCii'AU VILMX, - . f. 40th Year Itegiii S-pt'''"r A college of hiyh rrade. U"' fordejrrees. Also a Comimj- 1 j;(o'l arate Preparatory school. L:v,-;'p -m..nt-unu-s. Working lalratory. '"' ,irr, im Healthful mountain climat.-. i ; fi., ... proved: toum heat. V'mTany state. Cf Increaainy ratronaye fn.rn man " alo,ue. X&VW TRINITY COLLKGK. Tne next session " Durham in the new U Viun. Asui-iri-r Seven departments of ins ru t ion , u. fr uity. New aUratort. n t'rr taU.. hr.- seum. Finest 'I'-'ra"' 'in x'l inses reasonably '- n tmay u. Ul t local patronage, tata If. to tbt. prv GattU' Uxk store, or b I'P ident. For room -pPiyj oWELL, Pre? JOTrtalTyF"rk. Durham, N.C. Music anil LaiMjKts! SI Chapel Kill, N. C.