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iiJJS DUItliAAl DAIIiT .LOUiS, F'.llUS.Y, SEPTEMJ17SR -2.
BONDED WAREHOUSE! BROWN STONE DOOR AND WINDOW SILLS FROM DUKE'S QUARRY. The Huildlnj; 18 Feet In Length, C.4 Feet Wide and J'.,ir Morle High With ICailroad Inside. The bonded warehouse being built by Mr. 15. L. Duke, on the belt line road a few hundred yards from his brick j'anl id a tremendous aTair. The building when complete will be four stories high, 184 feet long by 04 feet wide. The door and window sills will be of brown stone from Duke's quarry. The belt line railroad will switch off into house and w hen the weather is too bad the cars can be run in to be kept dry. Mr. Duke is a progressive man and would not be satisfied with anything less. ' NOT AT ALL. 3Iy Sweetheart in the Swim act! I'roposes to Be For Several Weeks Yet. LYxenuuRG, Va., Aug. 2o, '02. I have been notified that some mali cious person has circulated a report in Durham to the effect that I have failed in business, and had discontinued manu facturing the famous My Sweetheait cigarettes. The report is false in every particular. There is no tuch word as fail in "My Sweetheart." The brand is too popular, for it can't be beat. Very respectfully, Wm. S. Cakuoll. " jppnfPWBR I THE ( 1:-1 Mil w ALh 5 jg Rfil ! FR " the HOST .j i II 1 S I it muucuiruTTDMuv j a a n a TRAY TRUNK CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the j bottom of the Trunk easy of access. ) Nothing to break or get out of order. The j Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy ) this style is a guarantee that you will get the ) strongest Trunk made. S If -our Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the ) manufactarers, ) H. W. ROUNTREE & ERO., Richmond, Va. TRINITY SEMINARY, FOE YOUNG LADIES, Will lc open for enrollment of pupil? Momlaj-, Sept. ". i Miss M. E. Carter and Mrs. W. W. Shaw. Prins. Miss N if. Carter. School of Muic. Mrs. E. L. Bryan, School of Fine Arts. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTRUCTOR Of Music .Journey of u Jialloou. A Harrisburg boy sent up in a balloon f i: the Fourth of July last year a bottle with liis name and address in it, request ing the finder to return it to him. About ten days ao the bottle was picked up by a gentleman on the shore of Lake Superior, near Dulnth, who im- I mediately forwarded it to the lad. DURHAM BUGGY COMPANY, 1MO West 3Iaiu Street (Five Points), Durham, N. C. TERMS FEU TEA IT : Primary School. intermediate School, Collejriate School, Lanjmajres. each. Music, instrumental or vocal. Art. rearular puidls. Special pupils, per month. - Single lessons, each. 40.UI 10.00 .VI.IKJ and mmm D 0 I It I VAT K LKSONS ON I Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Pupils received for the year. No deduction for alwenee or withdrawal, unless these be providential. Instruction will be thorough. We ask but a trial to prove ourability and faithfulness, and solicit a fare share of patronage. Payment per month. For other informa tion apply to principals, Durham, w. u. Flute, Cornet or any other Hand or Orchestral Instrument. MdsV arranged to order for any combi nation of instruments. COMING AND GOING. Durham 1'eople on the Move and Visitor in the City. II. Ji. Heath, of Charlotte, was in the city yesterday. Dr. U. W. Thomas, of Tliomasville, was in the city yesterday. D. Jonea, of Danville, Va , was in the city yesterday evening. Israel Turner, of Ilillsboro, was in the city yesterday evening. John Woody arrived in the city this morning from Iialeigh. Mrs. Sallie Christmas left yesterday to visit friends at Ilillsboro. W. II. Edwards, of Morrisville, was in the city yesterday evening. Charley Urown left the city this morn-1 ing for Asheville, his future home. Every year sees diminution in the im portance of the walled city as a military Obstacle. Xuremburg is to Io?e her walls so that the modern idea of defense- ! by separate fortresses can be carried out. A bill is to be introduced into the i:e::t session of the Pennsylvania legislature for the creation of forest reservations at the headwaters of principal rivers. We arc prepared to furnish the trade with Landaus, Victorias, Broughams and Close Carriages of every description, Buggies, 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, Buggy, Dairy or Grocery Wagon, are invited to give us a call, examine material employed and . have a talk with live carriage men. LESSONS IN MUSIC ! Private conversational lessons In French and German. Piano, Oryran, Harmony ! . I Young ladies attended at their residence. Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. Miss Willie Smoot w ill open her School of I Music in Durham. September I, at ber resl denee on Manxum street, until more central and convenient 'iiiartera can to secured. Terms Hour lessons, $4.00 per month ; half nour lessons, t.m per month. After a thorough musical training and spe- till tAnrflA o tVia Yinc nnnaorfiitoriaa V t Kn eountry, an exierience as musical instructor I Residence, Liberty Street4 near Queen, and director extending over nve years ot 6tic- TI2U3IS KEASONABLE. cessful lator, and having just closed a success ful term with the antxeminary, she comes 1 ol Durham, X. C. i'eonle wno trive Hood S barsaDaril a a ii' 1 .i 1... i- 1 u 1. to Durham thoroughly equipped for the wor fair tril rfili ita rpt mr'.t Qn,l I " c uuimcuu; iXU) jou UU me market in urifc, uuuiiLy ami iiuisu, Hum of instruction tKth in vocal and Jnst 1 umenta t...i ... - j b 1 " . ! i.-x. 4. 3, 1 1 r 41. 1: I music, and offers her services to the people Kiau 10 say a goou woru ior 11. nave , uif uiucci gruuu iiua an mgu uuu tu;v tu inu iiiuniuiu I this city. vuu irie'i il : . j 1 uy special permission 01 1 nicssor JiuuiicTon glclUU fcdlllB hlVlt'h. pupils attending the Durham Female In The Hottom 1 Out. $Ul. The Tyler Desk company of St. Louis, Mo., have just issued their Mam moth Desk and Dank Counter Catalogue for 1803, showing new goods, new styles, with a cut of nearly fifty per cent below all former lists. A Standard Oak Holl Curtain Desk for $10, should sa1ify every one that they mean just what they say. Catalogues free. Postage 12c. stitut1, who desire to protlt by Miss iSmoot's Careful attention given to repainting and retrimming. Carnage and instruction, win be allowed to take logons fc 1 n g durintr school hours. Buggy Tops anil Cushions mane to order. Delivery Wagons Lettered and Ornamented in an artistic manner. Or ders by mail solicited. Durham Male Academy I A School of High Grade for Boys and Young Men. For Kent On South Street. An 8-room house, well watered and" A. White, u resident of Concord, well shaded, can be had with twelve acres passed through the city yesterday even- of land six of which are grass land all ing. (ieoige La liar, of Pennsylvania, a Trinity student, arrived in the city to day. enclosed. Suitable for truck farming or dairy business. All necessary outhouses including four barns, smoke house, carriage and buggy sheds. Possession given last of October. The above place is stocked and in shape for a vegetable Catalogue and prices furnished on application. DURHAM BUGCrY COMPARTY, 24G West Main Street (Five Points), Durham, N. C. HOLLOWAY'S NESS SCHOOL The neRsion of ltf2 -WS will open on Monday, Augret 2y, liVJ, and continue 40 weeks. Charges for the full term of 20 wet'ks : It. H. Hollowav, the Specialist, will opMi a llusiness School in the . M. (J. A. 1 1 1 1 1 lor two mouths onlj, Wednesday, Autrust IT. A thorough course in llook-keepmjr. Ten- Primary department. Internieli;ite department. Academic department. Incidental fee, .Iiuiits Taylor and .1. A. Holmes, of ff rm; . Sho,uld ?Y e want this they ,,. , ..... . , . . ,r' , should apply early, because this is a bar- Chapel Hill, are registered at the Hotel gUin r "W. Matthews Driver. Col. A. I. Andrews passed thiough the city yesterday evening in his private car going west. Mrs. 11. V. James, of Caswell county, :J04 South St., Durham. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, W inkelmann a Diarrhoea and Cholera DURHAM SUPPLY CO ANNOUNCE ARRIVAL passed through the city this morning en Remedy has proved its inestimable worth route to Mebane. in the prompt rehet and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and Miss Nellie Moore, of Raleigh, passed digestive system, such as cholera, cholera through u,f fitv vpiprflv pvpnino- r,n moruus, diarriuea, cramps, etc. Service- J J J v" .).!,. -11 i i aujt- iiiiuci ixii uoimiiiuus, uim always ready tor use; is perfectly safe. 1 rice H. S. Thaxton, of Caswell county, who cents at all druggists. has been in the city several days, went up to Mebane yesterday evening. li Miss S. C. Corbett, who has been vis iting the family of Mr. W. L. Cooper, left on the morning train for Mebane. A. r. IJritton, Jackson, Tenn., writes: "I contracted malaria in the swamps of Louisiana while working lor the telegraph company, and used every kind of medicine I could hear of I ( ) ISO T ltnout relief. I at last suc 1 v'10Vyi ceeded in breakiiur the lever. out u cost me over snju.uu, ana then mvsvstem wns nrnsti itod ml s.'itnrsitoil i-lth uian unH Miss Viola Davis, of Arc(la, and Miss I eeame almost helpless. I finally came here. l.'i.v. ,.r t . , i . . iiiouiu &o in if u viin sores tiiiit i coum hulaAvent, of Ita, spent last night in scarcely eat, and my tongue raw and filled with the city and left this morning to attend Mtie knots, various remedies were resorted school at Salem. II. It. and it has cured and strengthened me! All sores of my mouth are healed and my .Misses Kva Cheatham, Lney V ams loT 1" leiy c,ear OI Knots ana soreness. ' I lltlil I tpil llk-o ;l nir miin " 1 MV..1 ..t ex..e .. i - .. nun voi.i lujiur., en v;,ioki, passed inrougn tne city last night en route to U. It. Saulter, Athens, Ga., writes: "I have Salem to attend school. l,ecn alllicted with catarrh for many years, al though all sorts of medicines and several doc J. L. Cunninggim, of Raleiuh, is in the tors, did their best to cure me. My blood was eitv visilin.r his f-.tlwr l!nv V IT n,.n. ( A I ery iinj.ure,ana nothing J a..-- n.xniii(.ver mmany effect upon ninggim, and will leave in a few days to th, y until I used that great Blood Kem , ,r . lj' known as It. It. It., a few bottles of which spend two vears at anderbilt I niver- effected an entire cure. I recommend it to all wno nave catarrh. 1 refer to any merchant or oanncr or Athens, ua.. and wi reu vto all in- ..lirlno " " - sily A Ni iv Way to Catch l ish. Mr. David Pickle, of the Cuba district, IJlakely. (Ja., has a new mode of catch ing fish. The plan is this: The fish are baited for some days with a mixture of Hour and magnetized steel filings made into stiff paste or dough. When thev begin to take the bait a magnetized iron or steel rod. coated with the same kind of pate, is let down to them. Thev soon attempt to suck the paste from it, and in doing so stick hard and fast. It i.. not unusual for Mr. Pickle to haul osit at one time a long string or rod of suckers in this way. This plan of fishing, combined with Mr. Cal Odom's method of frightening or setting fire to the fur of raccoons and burning them ; out of the highest trees with roman candles, is Umnd to revolutionize hunt ing and fishing in this section. Atlanta Constitution. By jjfea -OF- Entire New Stock SOLOMON SAID There's Nothing New Under tie Sun HUT TIIEKE IS.SQ there's a NEW LUMBER YARD DURHAM." Prompt Delivery My Motto ! - 17..MI - -it.u) to '2:.: St uJenUtenteriiui durlny the tlrst two wtM'ks will le ehnwl for the term : tlione eomintr in atterwanis lrotn date uf entrance to its elo. raansbip anl Comraereial Corresnondenee. I All bills due at the IteiMnninir of each ouarter. 10. Writing, for 1" lessons. I No deluctions will Ik? made eeett in eases of Book-keeping Morning class, . toll. Night protracted sickness, class, 8 to 10. This school offers excellent advantage to Hook-keeping Monda-s. Wednesdays and younvr men desiring t prepare themstdves for Fridays. Nitrht class in Penmansliin 8 to Jt. college or the business pursuits of life. Tuesdajs and Thursdays. Day class, 4:;J0 to I Esincial attention is given to Iitln, English 5:3U da:ly, except Saturday. I and Mathematics. Two gold medals will le given at close of I Forferiher particulars, tee or address the session : One lor best writing, one lor best 1m- I principal. proveraent. Terms Half in advance, remainder at close of school. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Reductions to three or more from one family. See circular for further particu lars. Specimens on exhibition at nostotlice. Private lessons will be given in Penmanship or uooK-keeping it desired. Pupils can enter at any time. L. T. I1UCHANAN. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, X. C. BINGHAM SCHOOL. Session 1892-,93 Begins Sept. 8. ASHEVILLE, N. C. -OF Established 17M. Maj. It. UlNGHAM, A. M , LL. I).. Superintendent. Lieutenant John Little, U. S. Army, Prof. Military Science and Tactics. rp l I i l univs : Umbrellas ! Valises ! Hand Bags ! Telescopes Axr Grips ! Wc bcii; especially to call your at tention to the Celebrated Roller Tray Trunks ! "Dingham School stands pre-eminent among Southern Schools for Itnvn. snt rt nU with th. I have just made arrangements to supply! best in tbe Union." U. S. liurcau of Educa- Durham with all the Lumber that it wants. tion We have carefully examined the new School My stock is full and complete and embraces Nuildinj? on Bingham Heights, Just without green, dry, kiln dried, rough, dressed or in any citj' limits of Asheville, and tHke pleasure cw,nfwomonm , 4 1 in bearing testimony as follows: shape that a man may want or desire. i Thp Nation in natural .i run tiro inn,-,. nothing to be desired. My Prices Are s Low a the T.ouest! z- iue "Ulldingo exceptionally fill the re quirements. 3. The Sanitation is as perfect as sclent iiic And will cheerfully tdve estimates for full m?d.rn P'uml)1" eaP . u-m I . ine vaterbuppiy is abundant, the water ui iai is oi uioa. of the purest, carefully collected from i Class! , Mathematical, Scientific. Liter ary, Hiblical, Commercial. Eight men in the Faculty. Courses for de grees elective in the higher classes. ACCKSSII1LK, I NKX PENSIVE, MO UAL. Y. M. C. A. Hall and Gymnasium complete. PKSD KOH A CATAUXiUK. Address HEV. J. fi. SIIEAUEK, D. D LL. D., Pit K8I DENT. moun- n.Q w.f i, . r. l" springs auu wunom a cnance 01 contami- with Mr. West will receive careful attention. nation. 5. The all-year-round-cliraate of Asheville is world-renowned and with tho Suhmr py- In this great tx)om in Durham I am trying I ceptionally excellent Eiuipment and Sanita- to find an office and will announce that later. no,n' KX)'a "mKnam s special advantages not iy niiuiuur bciiooi in America. F I DURHAM NSTITUTE See West. C. IB. S. Westkay IUttle. M. D.. U. S. N. John Hev Wilmams, A. M., M. I). James A. Hukrouohs, M. D. Wm. D. Hilliahd. M. D. ROUGH AND DRESSED HEAU THIS IN MIND: We will not le Undersold ! TYLER DESK CO., ST. LOU IS. MO Our Mammoth Catalogue of Bank Counters, wesks, ana other Office Furnitcrb for now ready. New Goods. New St vies in Desks, Tables, Chairs, Book Cases, Cabi nets, &c, &c, and at matchless prices. as above indicated. Our goods are well- known and sold freely in every conntrv that speaks English Catalogues free. Postage 12c. O. F. Iiarr; it has a ln.re that is lnth hi i l.ivorous ami carnivorous. That is to say. it not only eats corn. oats, hay and other things that equities should, hut it devours las, nails, scran iron, barh wit.'. ch. with a relish. Friday its qucor stomach hankered after meat, and Davo had a lien and chickens running in the yard, and that horse guljH.nl down sev of the little chickens quicker than a win'; itid t-tuaclced its lips .for more. Th. h T.-- is iri gtMnl condition, is sound as a il. liar, was raided m the far olT state of Washington, and, aside from its ; strange aj tile and peculiar gastrin no'i.i.i - stomach. i all right. Laddoni-i ' i:d)1I-raid. j ? i rr c tt r i ivi 14 YEARS C- v M i.'crrGusnszs Cure! rrL-N - EV 2 DOTTLES OF VVi;3'DR. FILES' no.' . DR. MI NERVi! 9 I re I - . . Ti. v rV--t' V- ,u Tears oi dick ran i hsin. Durham School of Music. Opens Sept. I With Improved Meth ods and Increased Facilities. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding ! SHINGI.KS, LATHS, ETC. The 2d session will begin August 20, and continue 40 weeks. The teachers are well pieparcd and ex perienced. Thoroughness of instruction is aimed at in all departments. Music on piano and organ will be taught systematically and thoroughly. Charges moderate. School building on the corner of Man- After a year of successful work In the School of Jlusie. three years exierienee In teaching and a recent course at the New York Ciraml I gum and Seminary streets. v"U5ii taiui), it;vi mure iiiMii v vr ire- pareitomake tne Durham School of Muic New Stock Umbrellas ! Our Umbrella?, with a guarantee to ;ive satislaction, rolling last. 4d.2o 1 50 2 00 Gloria Siik Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for $ 8o 1 00 tit CTTU - Eaieline Ulnt.Ot rtaw, ObiA. Aer 'flue H t9 Quick rrmrrty lurSleeplesne imoai I'ro.tratloa, I!n!lftT. Kt. Vltti lnnce. Opium Habit, Nervous II) pp!tt.H j"lerli ( ODTDliUnt, Kfarulla, i'arul.riii, etc. 1 houands teniff. lrll lluliie aud KlOjiant luok 1'rce at druggists. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Eltchart, Ind. WANTED ! U:inc lnN T-th Pullftl. (Joing twt lvo niih-s tt) have a set of , ful-e t vlh pillh diiml ltfillg obliged to j take gas in order to undergo the ojh ra-1 tion is something new in the dental line, j br.t it was the exjH-rience of a Kenne- j Inr ciiiuty wiiiiifui the other day. TIih , t-e.h vci':i new and were Mich a Ming; (it that si couldn't get them out. After , ; Kifieen lirl class Hrick Layers and about 1 thirl v Common Laborers. -APPLY TO- DTO CLOSK OUT-?3Q Counter each of Lace Cur tains and Counterpanes. Durham Supply Co. rMIaiaa. Street. - BUILD A HOME! HfT HEFOKE DOING S) SEE C. H. NORTON. s Contractor and IuiIIer. For circulars and testimonial! call on We shall keep in stock a complete line of and ask the people of Durham to ail in this 0r afl(,re? I - . i f . . . . I Lumber for buiMing. Will also furnish bills I effort bj- giving us their patronage and sup for houses promptly and as cheap as the cheap- pJj nf th( Knf.n,.j fafr,.a .tf , est, direct from our mill. Win be: K. L. MIDDLKTOX, Principal. OKDEKS SOLICITKD. Kree lessons in Harmony once each week. Monthly concert in which all pupils will ta Tin tt We can be found at W. J. Gris wold's office I The vocal class, in charsre of Miss Mrv No 102. up stairs over barber shon. Main street. I Mackay. will enjoy special advantages for the or at Lumber Yard on Green and Peabody HVmCCu:Sore; Mn1 Ui Vi'ery thvn, . . .... . r. ' I ment the training will be most thorough and streets, near Alliance Tobacco Factory. JAS. W. JONES & CO LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham ana other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry In stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling 2nd Flooring. Shingles and Laths. Come and sec us. Office, next to Wright & it-rricK oaroer siiop. Main street. 3. C. FIOWKLL & CO., Durham. N.C. according to tne latest met nous. C ondueted on the conservatory plan. Special attention to phrasing and interpre tation. MISS NO LA WOODWAUD, MISS LIZZIE IIAUULS, MISS ADA HANKS, MISS MAHV MACK A V. Watson 6z Cecil, l)l i:iI AI. x. v. DI'KIIA M. X. r.. enduring the discomfort for two ,jayH ; ( onl r;U..()r for Maf)n rv ,j s:!t went ,to Augusta for relief, .nd by . 1 i i the time she reacl,,d there her mouth ivillff and I ; Ilewill save you money, do good work I liT and suit you. '"'tot ' He will be pleased to give figures and estimates in any part of tbe state. rick-work, I Sucb. ' Address him or call oa Lira was ho hore as to make the taking of gas , neeosurw Lewi.ton Journal. OKDKItS SOI.It'ITKI. Ksiimates Furnished on Xoticc. AT- DU1CIIAM, N. C. "(Da C. IL DOUGHTY, Artist: : M l Ik ih ! GKEENSBOKO, X. C , MAxrrAcrcKEK or Host (Irade Men's Hoot, Shoe and Gaiter Uppers. Dealer in Leather and Shoe Findings. Special attention paid to fitting deformed and crippled feet. 1U3 W. Market St.. op. Cou rt House. WILSON Collegiate Institute FOE YOUNG LADIES, WILSON, X. C. Strictly Xon-Scctariaii ! The 41 nehslon tx-Rlns Monday, Heptemtter 5. l-.. A witft thoroiitfh and eoiuprebenslve wllejriate course tipial to that of any fanoale coik-Ke in ibe .Nuth. Ilet faeilitleii for the study of Mutie and Ait. Standard of scholar ship unumially hiyh. lieuithful location. Huildlnvs and grounds larye and pleuiuintly feituati. MrxJerate chargc circ ular on application. Catalogue and A Classical ani Commercial School OF HICH CRADE. Ulepnt Buildinps and thorough Equipments. r . 1"ar, Peonage frfm all the Fouthern Mates. Beautiful and healthful situation in view of the mountains. Over 300 fctuJcnu la-st year. M'f Terms lCeuonable. Summer School (Busineji College Course) cpnf June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalogue, addre. J. A. & HI. H. HOLT, Pn,. OAK RIDCE, N. C. SILAS E. WAltliKX, PIJINCIPAU WILSON. - - N. C. UMh Year llegin Septemler 14. A college of h'?h jfrade. Choice of courses f or Jeirre. ALhi a Cotumerciai courw. ex-p-arate I'reiaratory school. Library, 17.0UO vol umes. Working latoratory. iiorxl moral, llealtliful mountain climate. UulldliiKS Im proved: Htearn heat. Very moderate eiiH-ne. Increaiiitf i ntronaie frtin many states. Cat aloirue, with views, free. Ad ire JULIL'S I. IiftEIIEK. 1'rcsldent. halem. Vlrg-ioia. University oi North Carolina! TRINITY COLLEGE. Tbe neit !! ion orcn Septemtr 1. 1WJ2, at Instruction Li offered in four central courses Durtiam in the new Luildlngn on Trinity lark. of study, six brief courses, a Urie numter of J f-ven departments of Instruction. A superior fei-ial courses, and in law. medicine and en- faculty. New laboratories liurariea and mu irineeriniar. The faculty include twenty teach-I seum. Finest dormitories in the state. Ex- ers. hcholarsbfi and loan fundi are available renses reaonaoiy iow. au courses open o for needy young men of talent and character. I local patronage. CaUlcgues may be bad at The next session berlns September 1. For Gattia' took store, or by applying to tbe prea- cataloue with full information, address I IdenU r or rooms JPr'T Cliapel Hill. Nr. C. Trinity I'ark. Durham, N.C.