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1 1L& D UttlLAJll DAILY tii-OiiJfi. SATURliAi. SEPTEMBER 3.
WIFT'S SPECIFIC FOR renovating the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this Prep aration has no equal. . . "For eighteen months I had an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by best local physicians, but obtained no relief; the sore gradually grew worse. finally took S. S. and was entirely cured after using a few bottles? C. B. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. TREATISE on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. 'I hi: Swii't Si-.'mi i'" r.', (i? SOLID Through Trains KHOM LIS HI PEORIA TO Kansas City, St. Joseph, ihxvi-:ic, . ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Free Kcclinin Chair Cars! oni.v- OiKi (Jhane of Cars to the Pacific Coast. TMK BUST f.INK FOK 2STe"brcLSl!ZL, Colorado, THIS liLACK HILLS, ASH A IX POINTS NORTH WEST. A. C. ILAWKS, Q. I & 'J'. A , ht. Louis, Mo. If. it. TODD. (ion. Aent, NahvilW Tciin. GLEN ALPINE A. A. BANKS, Prop'r. This Popular Resort Will Be Open for Visitors June I, 1892. Visitors should leav: train at Morgan ton, N. C, for the Springs, stopping at the Hunt House, and thej-can obtain any kind of conveyance they wish to take them on to the Springs. The proprietor will do all in his power to make his guests happy and contented. Hand of music and amusements of va rious kinds will enliven the season. The house will be first class in every department. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address, A. A. HANKS, Prop'r, Morganton, N. C G. M. HAKDIN, JR., Livery, Feci and l Mk Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. A. A. SEARS, Liwy, hi and $d: Stables ! Main St., below Banner Warehouse. DUltllAM, X. C. TERMS STRICTLY CASH ! Careful Drivers Furnished at all Times, Day or Night. Give Jkle a Call ! D K. J. J. T1IAXTON, With fifty rears' experience as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular). Indigestion, IJronchit is. Scrofula, Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern don's. Umce over Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, c i lock a. m., to 12 m., and from 2 p. m to 4 P. m CHIGAQ. ST. THE AGE OF PAPER. The Time I Coming; When Taper 1Y1M lie the Only Useful Thing. The world has peen its iron age and its brazen age, but this is the age of paper. We are making so many thing3 of paper thut.it will soon be trne that withont later thre i.s nothing made. We live in pai?r houses, wear paper clothing, and f-it on paper cushions in paper cars rolling on paper wheels. If we lived in Brg-n, Norway, we could go on Sun days to a pajer church. Wo do a paper business over paper counters, buying paper goods, paying for them with pajer money, and deal in paper stocks on paper margins. We row races in paper boats for paper prizes. We go to paper theaters where paper actors play to paper audiences. As th age develops the coming man will become more deeply enmeshed in the paper net. He will awake in the morning and creep from under the pa I?r clothing of his paper bed and put on his paper dressing gown and his pa per slippers. He will walk over paper carpets, down paier htairs, and seating himself in a paper chair will read the paper news in the morning paper. A paper bell will call him to his breakfast, cooked in a paper oven, served on paper dishes, laid on a paper cloth on a paper table. He will wije his lips with a pa per napkin, and having put on his paper shoes, paper hat and paper coat, and then taking his paper stick (he has the choice of two descriptions already), he will walk on a paper pavement or ride in a paper carriage to his paper office. He will organize paper enterprises and make paper profits. He will sail the ocean on paper steam ships and navigate the air in paper bal loons, lie will nuoke a paper cigar or paper tobacco in a paper pipe, lighted with a paper match. He will write with a paper pencil, whittle paper sticks with a paper knife, go fishing with a paper fi-hing rod, a paper line and a paper hook, and put his catch in a paper basket. He will go shooting with a paper gun, loaded with paper cartridges, and will defend his country in paper forts with paper cannon and paper bombs. Having lived his p iper life and achieved a paper fume and paper wealth, he will retire to papr-r lei.-ure and die in paper peac There will be a paper funeral, at which the mourners, dressed in paper crape, will wipe their ees with paper handkerchiefs, and the preacher will preach in a paper pulpit. He will lie in a paper coffin; he has a chance of doing so already if he is a paper we mean pauper. lie will be wrapjed in a paper shroud, his name will be engraved on a paper plate, and a paper hearse, adorned with paper plumes, will cairy him to a paper lined grave, over w'.iich will be raised a paper monument. Paper Rec ord. About What to ICat. If asked what I would pl.ice of high est importance in family diet 1 would answer without hesitation abundance of fruit. The apple 7 far more invaluable than we have yet estimated. It should be eaten before meals, and not after. Not a member of my family, myself in cluded, but eats one, two or more before breakfast so long as they arc obtainable, and as many before dinner about half an hour before the meal. As soon as the fruit is begun we stop all study or woik, and spend the half hour in sport or walking or conversation. After meals we rest in the same man ner for one hour. No child is allowed to study during this time. Nothing i? lost, for the head is thus kept out of conflict with the stomach. Cereals, next to fruit, are of prime importance. I recommend highly such preparations as parched farinose--any food where the cooking is done before the grinding. Golla and granules are of this sort. As for meat, it must be at each one's option, to be sure, but let us be sparing in our carnivorous tastes. St. Louis Globe Democrat. Fraud u lent .Irwol. Since s-olutions. of aniline dyes possess the property of imparting to genuine jewels a 5 well as glass paste a deep, rich color if left long enough immersed in them, and since they possess also the property of imparting precisely the char acteristic color of a genuine jewel, the swindler has it not only in his power to dye cut glass paste, but also inferior cut gems, of 'lie color of a ruby, an emerald or a sapphire-, since fuchsine is the hand somest ruby red shade, while bleu de Paris imitates absolutely that of the sapphire, and aniline green that of the emerald. SSuch a fraud, however, can be made still more complicated by using genuine oif colored rubies, sapphires or emeralds and dyeing them with the correspond ingly aniline dyes, thereby raising their value tenfold. It is exceedingly diffi cult to recognize this fraud, because the color of such a well corroded jewel can no longer I.- washed off, even with hot water. Only the bleaching power of sunlight might after a time assist in re vealing the swindle. Jewelers' Circu lar. How Wade Hampton l'el Cigar. Wade Hampton never smoked cigars in a rational way like the rest of man kind. Instead, he took the cigars as he bought them and crushed them to pow der K-tweeii the palms of his hands and made ue of the fragments as the old regime u?e nuff. The coarse bits were thrown away, and in the military com mittee room, of which he was so long an occtip int. there was always a pile of cigar shavings on the floor leside his chair. The finest cigars in the market were none too good to be treated this way, and more than one genuine cigar smoker has Ktn moved to expostulation as he has seen Hampton dispose of a fine weed in such an unceremonious way. Kate Field's Washington. The rapid progress of photography in the discovery on the one hand of new wonders in the heavens, and therevela tiou on the other hand of many hitherto hidden facts concerning familiar objects apon the earth, is one of the most nota ble phenomena of this distinctively sci entific age. The Polite Swimmer. Directly the bathing season comes on a prominent feature of it appears in the person of the polite and gentlemanly quence on land, yet whose natatorial ac complishments render him, in his own eyes nt least, absolutely bewitching in the water. He is bo polite, is this essentially sum mer production. His hand is always out stretched to guide into the briny the timid, shrinking bather of the feminine persuasion. So good is his heart he needs no introduction. He is above the mere petty trifles of mundane propriety, and in a spirit of genuine philanthropy comes to the rescue of the fair in a pro miscuous manner delightful to behold. His attentions are extremely numerous, yet he does discriminate in a measure, as his gentle offices are usually per formed for the prettier and younger novices at the shrine of Neptune. Simply in a spirit of kindness and with a desire to overcome their exces sive timidity he guides them far out where the water is deep and the waves are high, and then smiles rapturously when they cling to him in abject terror. He does not realize that they would embrace a rope or spar with the same fervor, but considers it a compliment to his own personality, which, in all prob ability, has made no impression what ever on the terrified female. When not playing knight to beauty in distress he splashes, floats and swims for the edification of the people assembled on the beach and seems to consider him self the star attraction of the resort. He is indigenous to this season and this land. No other clime could produce so rare and perfect a specimen of officious mas culine vanity as does our own delightful one. Philadelphia Times. Loom is Genealogy. The late Professor Elias Loomis be came interested in the subject of gene alogy in early life, and for nearly forty years before his first publication he col lected from time to time materials for a list of the descendants of his ancestor, Joseph Loomis, who came from Brain tree, England, and settled in Windsor, Conn., in 1639. In 1870 he published a list containing 4,340 descendants of Jo seph Loomis bearing the Loomis name. After five years of research he published the second edition of the "Loomis Gene alogy," in which are given 8,686 names which bore the Loomis name, descen dants of Joseph Loomis in the male branches. Five years, later, in 1880, he printed, in two additional volumes, a provisional list of 19,000 descendants of Joseph Loomis in the female branches. At the time of his death he left in manuscript many corrections and additions that will be of use to the future Loomis gene alogist. Newton's Memoria of Elias Loomis. He Never Drinks Water. Jack Irvin, of the Glover's Mill coun try, bears the distinction of being prob ably the only living man in the United States who has not swallowed a drop of water for thirty-six years. Mr. Irvin is now in his eighties, and for more than an average lifetime has rigorously ab stained from the use of the liquor that fills but does not inebriate. Neither does he drink intoxicating liquors. At his meals Mr. Irvin drinks coffee or tea or milk, as the notion takes him. Be tween meals when Mr. Irvin feels his thirst growing he gets out his pipe and smokes it. While Mr. Irvin is in pretty fair health, his neighbors say that his looks would indicate that he is pretty well dried up. Glasgow Times. Canada's Highest 31 an. Leonard Whitton, of Brighton, broth er of the cheese inspector, James Whit ton, of Belleville, has continued to gain in flesh, and is now classed as the big gest man in Canada. He weighs 469 pounds. His measurement is as fol lows: Around the shoulders, 5 feet 0 inches; chest, 5 feet 2 inches; hips, 6 feet 2 inches; neck, 1 foot 11 inches; arm at shoulder, 1 foot 2 inches; arm below elbow, 1 foot 5 inches; thigh, 3 feet 9 inches; calf, 2 feet. His head measurement around the temples is 23 indies. Ten years ago he did not weigh more than 150 pounds. He is under forty years of age. Brighton Ensign. Few At'cittrnt on Kiitisli Kail way. The Englishman who, following Charles Francis Adams, declared that the safest place in which to spend an hour or two is an express train on one of the main railways, has had his idea confirmed by the fact that last year ojily five passengers were killed on all the railways of the United Kingdom, where as in the streets of the metropolis aloue 147 deaths and 5,784 personal injuries resulted from accidental circumstances connected with the vehicular trade Boston Transcript. Paleface Grooms Wanted. In the Indian camp on the Grand Roude river are seventeen marriageable Indian girls, some of whom want white men for husbands and shun the idea of marrying one of their own race. The father of one of these girls offers an in ducement of 200 head of good horses to some voung white man who will inarrv his daughter. The old Indian arc he must I1 a young man of gol char acter and addres-s and able to provide his wife a got k1 home. Asotin (Wash.) Sentim 1. To Hot to TIi ink.. A BrooLIy n housewife took her cook to task the other day fcr carelessness and forget fulne.-s. "Why is it, Maggie," said she, "that you keep on making the same mistakes over and over again: Why do you not try and remember what I tell year ' Sure, mum," was the frank reply, "1 can't be after aggravatin me moind this hot weather." New York Times. A Culumbu Utile. It is claimed that the anchor lost by one of Columbu fchips ou the niglit of Aug. 2, off the island of Trinidad, lm been recently unearthed on that island. Boston Globe. DYSPEPSIA la that misery experienced when suddenly made aware that you possess a diabolical arrangement called stomach. No two dyspep tics have the same predominant symptoms, but whatever form dyspepsia takes Thetinderlyiny cause is in the LIVER, and one thing is certain no one will remain a dyspeptic vho will It will correct Acidity of the Stomach, Expel foul gac:-. Allay Irritation, Assist Digestion 'and at the same time Start the Liver working ami all bodily ailments will tlisappear. "For more than three years I suffe-J with Eyspepsia in its worst form. I tried several doctors, but they afforded no relief. At last I tried Simmons Liver Regulator, which cured me in a short time. It is a good medicine. I would not be without it." James A. Roane, Philad'a, Pa. See that you get the Genuine, with red 2 on front of wrapper. PREPARED ONLY BY J. II. Z EI LIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. J. W. HUTCHINS AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FEESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. Gr. STORNOMS, Stall Xo. !), City Market. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. GIVE MB A CALL. THE BEST IN Til E WORLD! BULL SM0KIHS TOBACCO. GET THE GENOME XOXE OEXUIXE WITHOUT THE rrade-Mark of the Poll on Each Packaga Situated in the immediate Section of Coun ty that produces a grade of Tobacco, that if texture, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position tl command the choice of all offerings upon thil market, we spare no pains nor expense to givi he trade THE VERY BEST, PLASTI00! For nicest and best WALL F ! USE PLASTTCO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store, Sole Agent for PList ico In Durham. DO YOU WANT GOOD BOARDING? Those in search of Hoard anLLodjrin will do well to call at the Cox House, on Morrw street, and pet urns from the proprietress, who is i rerared to furnish first-rate accom modations to a few person.", at reasonable rates. Ihe Cox House has an established rep utation, and under the new management will strive to increase its iwpularitr. MliS. B- C. GULLET. Prop-ietrefeA. wbitb m m www 0 Cents a Hundred. These plants are very large and very fine. Best for this section. It. IIIBBERD, Rose Hill Xurtciy. - Durham, X. C. M if ! AH 1 W'l 1 1 1 a Cf lM-Mi i ri r j DURHAM 0R 30 My Entire Stock, for JE3r Below Everything in the Millinery Line going Cheap these days. Stock must be reduced. Laces are away down much below cost. Ribbons you can't find such bargains. Straw Edge an elegant line, also below cost. 'SSl If you want Real Bargains in this line, visit the Milli nery Store of MRS. A. J. PAUCETTE & CO. . KRAKECH & Received a Special Award at the N. C. State Fair, October, 1890. (This year there was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: "Kranich Upright Pianos, exhibited by the North Stale Mu.ic Co., and not placed in competition, should receive a special award, as they arc the best pianos on the grounds in every particular detail." (Signed), DR. AUG. KUKSTEINElt, V. O. KOYSTEU. We claim that the Kranich & I3ach 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 metalic. An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for Xorth Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY G. G. STOKTEa MANAGER, RICHMOITD, Established 1817.1 MANUFACTURERS OK AND WHOLE8ALK IIKAI.KKM IN All Kinds of Material and Tools foi: MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTEH8, CONTRACTORS FOK Heating by Steam or Hot Water. MANUFACTUKKKS OF All the Host Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. DURHAM BRANCH, 8. W. IIOLMAN, Malinger, Where a fall Stock of all such Goods will be kept constantly on baml and for tal at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE ! IPlvm'bizig' Oos and. Steam fitting:. Backed by the long and extensive experie nce of the above named irentW-nwn, I am 5ared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, and prepared to execute the same with the assistance of the most skil!cd Mechanics from their establishment. Give us a call. 8. W. HOLMAN. Manager. Main Street. Durham. N. C. The North Carolina CAPITAL STOCK, $I50,000.()0. Par value 100 per share, fully paid with 00 in 20 months. OFFICERS: B. L. DUKE, President, Durham. W. S. HALMBUKTON, Sec, Durham. LEO D. IIEA.KTT, Treasurer, Durham. J. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen. Man'r, Durham. Chartered under the Laws of Having purchased outright 178 of the most beautiful and desirable lots at Newport News, fur a bon time only tLe Company offers for salt; a limited number of its shares of stock on the following easy payments: -V0O per share cash, $5 00 In one month, $5.00 in two months, $5 00 in three months, then 3.0 per share every two months until f 00.00 shall have been paid. Investment Safe, Attractive and Profitable. For Prospectus and particular apply to Oflce cp stairs, Mas gum building. DAYS I o 30 days, will be sold Cost!! o- -o- BACH PIANOS o- and Newnort News Co. the State of North Carolina. General 31 an age r.