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COMING AND GOING.
Durham People on the Moie ami Victor in the City. Kev. S. P. Doupla?, of Mt. Airy, is in the city. II. F. Murray left uU morning for a visit to Oxford. Dr. Peace, of Creedmore, was in the city yesterday. A. E. S. LimWay, of IUleih, was in the city to-flay. S. J. lining, of Hester, whs in the city yesterday evening. V. I Cole left or. thu noon train for a vir.it lo Chatham county. Miss Ethel Robertson Jell this morning to attend school at Salem. VV. T. Staiuhack k-fi this raomlng to vWt hi- family at IIemlerou. Mis.s Callie liarbee left on the noon train to visit friends at Nelson. Mrs. W. 11. Dixon left today for 'Kocky Mojmt, her future home. fc. Ii. Pierce, of Weldon, an ived yes terday to attend Trinity college. i:. M. Harrison, of Forestville, has ar rived and entered Trinity College. Mrs. Kettle Crabtree returned yester day from a visit to Orange county. S. L. Adams is back from llillsboro and says he is much improved in health. j L. lleid, Jr., of lialeigh, arrived in the city this morning to attend Trinity college. Miss Eina Robinson, of Giaham.passed through the city to-day en route to her home. Augustus Dingham.of Salisbury.passed through the city yesterday en route to Oxford. Miss Fannie S. Douglas is in the city im the guest of her brother, Dr. T. L. Douglas. 11. K. Long, of Roxboro, a Trinity htudent, arrived in the city yesterday evening. AS WE GROW. The Ilooni .Now on Those Who Are In the Procession. Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham 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 terms to a number of our young business men. If you want a home, and what man or woman docs not V See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for you to own one. The Handsomest I.ady in Durham Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemu's IJalsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other wniL'li remedies had no ellect whatever So to prove this and convince you of its merit any druggist will give you a Sample IJo.ttle Free. Large size wc and $1. Lemon Klixir A 1'lensanr Lemon Tonic. For biliousness, constipation, and ma 1 :i r i ;i For indigestion, sick and neivoushead- jielie. For sleeplessness, nervousness and lwMirt diseases. For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough or ganic regulation, take Lemon Llixir. Dr. Moley's Lemon Elixir is preparer from the fresh juice of Lemons, combiner with other vegetable liver tonics, am will not fail you in any of t he above named diseases, ou cent and i.uu bot tles at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. II. Moley, At lanta, Ga. A Hanker Write : From experience in my family, Dr. II. Mnvlev'a Lemon Elixir has few. if anv. equals, and no superiors in medicine, for the regulation or the liver, stomach and bowels. W. II. Maoness. Pres. Nal'l Rank. McMinnville, Tenn A Card. Vnr nervous and sick headache?, in digestion, biliousness and constipation (of which 1 have been a great suuerer; j have never found a medicine that woulr ,rv,y siifh nleasant. prompt and perma rent relief as Dr. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. .1. P. Sawtki.l, Grithn, (ta Publisher Daily Call For Kent On South Street. An 8-room houe, well watered and well shaded, can be had with twelve acres of land six of w hich are grass land all enclosed. Suitable for truck farming or dairy biisdness. All necessary outhouses including four barn?, smoke house, carriage and buggy sheds Possession riven 'last of October. The above place Ts slocked and in shape tor a vegetable farm Should any cne w ant this they should apply early, because this is a bar gain. B. W. Matthews, - 304 South St., Durham. The need of a perfectly safe and reli abh; 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, Winkelmann's Diarrhiea and Cholera Kcmedy has prove! its inestimable worth in t lie prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, cholera morbus, diarrhea, cramps, etc. Service able untler all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price cents at all druggists. Without a doubt this medicine will cure you. it has cured thousands. Take Sim mons Liver Uegulator. IHJL !A STRAY BULLET. No One Seem to Have Any Knowledge of Its Sonice. About 2 o'clock to day a pistol shot was heard some where in the neighbor hood of Dr. Johnson's dru; store, and its source has not been found yet. The ball from the pistol entered one of the large glass in the second story of the court house west end window. It was found out later that the pistol shot was entirely accidental. THE GOOD WORK GOES ON. . 4. W. liiiHi Catch the i ve: hut is Now Con valceeut . Mr. J. W. Smith has had 1,000 feet of artificial stone paving down in front of lis residence on Main street at also a walk from the gate to residence. The work is neat and substantia!. If each property owner would follow is example it would not be long until )urh.-;m could boast of the best pave mcnts in the state. Mr. M R. Hunter did the work. I-ost ! On Tiinitv Park or in or on way to Durham, a red morocco diary (1888) used as a note-book, containing railroad ticket from Durham to High 1'oint, cnecK on lieadinir. Pa., bank, and small amount of cash. Finder will be well rewarded by returning book and contents to JOHN J? . UltOWELL, Trinity Park, Durham. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester ; a la.Tip with the light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. Cher's Frehd' A remflrlv which. if used by Wives about to ex perienoe the painful ordeal attendant upon Chlld-birt ii, proves an Infallible speci fic for, an dob-nates the tortures of con finement, leeeenlnp: the dangers thereof to both mother and child, hold by all druggists. Sent by express on receipt of price, $1.50 per bottle, charges pre paid. 7 BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. GA. OME WORD ! 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 misplace:!. I make the best form of a cure an absolute one for biliousness 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 DR. HAYDOCK'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, 2o cents. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DR. IIAYDOCK, G3 Fulton Street, N. Y. One Pill is a Dose. PHIJE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOR SALE II Y ALL DKUCSGISTS. EVEKY TILL IS SCO AK-COATEI). If vour druirnst does not keen them we will mail them free to anv address on receipt of 25 cents. Five vials for one dollar. HU Y AT ONCE ! DO NOT DELAY! IIAYDOCK Jfc CO. YV. M. Yearby.-Sole Agent for Durham. i U. IO QU1CXLY. THOROUGHLY. FOREVER CURED uerl erfectec m-lpnt ifl mftnd th.ii cannot fall unless th case in beyond nunai aid. You teel Improve tue Erst day, teel a Dne lit eve"' day : oon knot yourseil a kuik anion mk?i in Trifr1v mlnrf nrr x;trt. rirnnaind losno eiulcd. Every ob?aci tn hnnrtv lTi-irriffi lifi r" nu'V'M. Nerve ' lorot? rill,ecerpy, brain poei hen tailing or lost an resureti by this trrat ::.ent. All imrillind weal frtlons of the b;dy en Victims of abn?fs anc exoee, roclaua your tnai.h;.Hl ' Suirer rs fror: fuily.oT erworK.iU health, ncnin your v:k'"r! LK-a'! despair ert'P 11 in the 15t ftaer. lKn'thedihnart enod If quack have rob bed TOU. I J't USfhOTTOl: tbat a:eiic:tl sctnceai.c business bonr Pt!!t exist; fccre eo h-r.l In hard. Write lor our Jtook with czplnauons &. prfs, mailed sealed frc-e. Over S.UUO rcferrscei, BI3 KEDICAL CO. , BUTTAIO. IT. 7. A NEW DISCOVERY NADINQ'S SURE PILE CURE Almost instant relief In the majority of cases in from 10 to 15 days. Never returns. No purge. No suppository. It is jruaruntotd to cure the most aggravated and obstinate cases or money will be refunded. For intorinatiGn, price, etc. call on FRANK A. N ADING. 1021 Liberty St., Winston, N. C. .pywHAM DAILY UOUK. r .04 1- I i '0 ! SIP ,SnFuir CNUFACTUREDOHtf gf P.WHITLOCK-rRlCHMOHD.VA VVX.AAA Trav this H. n ( l' NT C leaves any DURHAM SUPPLY CO. ANNOUNCE AERIVAL -OF- Entire Kcw Stock W 1 t Umbrellas ! ruir.vs . Vnlisos ! ITnnd Bairs ! I1 e 1 e s copes A X O l p s I Wc bc e?pcciaily to call your at tention to the Celebtei Roller Tray Trunk i BILVU THIS IN M1NI: We will not be Undersold ! New Stock Umbrellas ! Our Umbrellas, with a guarantee to give satisfaction, selling fast. Gloria Siik Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for Gloria Silk Umbrella for 8r 1.00 i.:v 1 GO 2 00 3T() CLOSE OUT-2Q Counter each of Lace Cur tains and Counterpanes. Durham Supply Co. BUILD A HOME! HCT IJEFOHE DOING SO SKE C. H. NORTON, Contractor and luillcr. He will save you money, lo goo-1 work JU'-if" antl suit you.u3 lie will be pleased to give figures and estimates in any part, of the state. Address hini or call on him - AT- fT DUHI1A3I, N. c. -a SATURMAy, SEPTEMBER 3. Stop apd Why pay Ten Cents for one smoke when you can get five smokes for Ten? Old Virginia Cberoots. BEST STOCK, MILD, SWEET and PURE. Handsomely made. Five for ten cents. 24 DAI ! CTO THE MOST ) m i illLi-Ll CONVENIENT TRUNK TRAY EVER DEVISED. The Tray is arranged . . i i i i : .1 ) TRUNK to rou oacx, leaving iuc . . . e -t r 1 uottom oi me iruns ) easv of access. ) Nothinr- to break or pet out of order. The Is can be lifted out if desired, and to buy ) style is a guarantee that you will get the If vour Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, W. ROUNTREE & BR0., Richmond, Va. J C Urc nrl f.T 1- T" in w trt e HtvC TCrt injurious after etfects. Frice, $i. Sold "55 m nnn DM u rn n r SOLOMON SAID There's Nothing; New Under the BUT TilEKE IS.$3C2 THEHE'S A NEW LUMBER YARD erm DURHAM. Prompt Delivery My Motto ! I have just mude 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 Prioes Are hd Low n the Towp ! And I will cheerfully give estimates for full bills or parts of bills. ZW Orders left at the R. & D. railroad office 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. See West. C- 33- DE3II03CS, ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring, Ceiling and Siding ! SHINtil.KS, LATHS, KTC. We shall keep in stock a complete line of Lumber for building. Will also furnish bills for houses promptly and as chea p as the cheap est, direct from our mill. OKDE1CS SOLICITED. We can be found at W. J. Griswold's office No 102, up stai rs over barber fchop. Main street. or at Lumber Yard on Green and Peatoly streets, near Alliance Tobacco Factory. JAS. W. .TONES & CO. THE FALL SESSION OF Henderson College Will Open Sept. 5, 1892, With a full corps of teachers in En glish, Latin, German, French, Spanish, ano! Mathematics through conic section?, Mu?ic, vocal and instrninental, Art, Elocution and Calisthenics. For catalogue ith terms and special rates j adlres3 iiRS. B. B. PHILLIPS, PRINCIPAL, HENDERSON, N. C. TRINITY SEMINARY, FOE YOUNG LADIES, Wi'l bo open for enrollment of pupils Monday, Sept. Mis M. E. Carter and Mrs. Vv W. Sluw. Prins. Mis N. M. Carter, scnooi m mumv. Mrs. E. L. Bryan, School of Kine Art. TERMS TEIt YEAH Prim irr Srhrtfil. ntermediate School. 40.00 VI.00 Collegiate School, Languages, eacn, - - Music, instrumental or vocal. 10.(W -Vi.UI Art, regular pupils. Special immls. ier montn. - I.") Single lessons, each. , ",la'"r Vh.iMwVL i vM these be t. ,..jTa -,w;.-.wi r,ii- the -.ir n deduction providential. lUStructlon Wlil IK' inuruunii. "i-M. . . Al .... 1. V k tlC L r kl 1 f tk trial to prove ourabliity ana imiuiuinw, solicit a tare share of patronage. i.nr.-,n. wr month. For othr intorma- tion appiy to rincipais, uuriuiu, v. I ESSO"VS IN piQ J Piano, Oran, Ilarinony ! xf wiiiio Cmiinr will wmi her School of Ana Mdnoiim street, until more central UV UV V.. . . . HUH WUICUICUV 'UOi iv.o -- - mm Am A trntm mm. v V t 1 I Terms Hour lessons, .uu per iuumu, hour lessons, f.ou per room n. thnN.nirh mnciitil tmlnlnir ana sne- AUCl t luuivufcu - - - -, . . i . , . a ttia ) tA.at i-n ri Jfr-ltlirll OI the Lial luuisv v . . .. ... .... an a-rtmrtaru-t mil SIM 1 IDStrUCtOr and director extending over rive years of suc cessful labor, and having just cioseu a suco w- ful term with tne ance ceruiuary, suv vwn.-o a. n...kam vr.priio-hiir fiiiinrxvi for the work of instruction both in vocal and instrumental music, and offers ner services i uif v j iv cpv. mi iiii ivu v - - pupils attending the Durham Jenaale ln- Instruction, will tie auoweu to w5 during school hours. IIOLLOWAY'S BUSINESS SGH 01 -o T 1? nnllnurav Sllcl jl iht. will OlRTl a Ilno'lnnci. rhrkrl in thft Y. M.O. A. 1111 lor tWO months only, Wednesday, Aujrut J. UU?lUVCO k w. mm Uw r-".. . , ; ii il0. Writ.ng, f- tor J. lessons. , ,., IJook-keeping-.Morning ciass. v ton. iui Class, o to 10. ..... . Book-keeping Mondays. eunes; ays arm Tuesdays and Thursdays. Day chiss, i.'M to ' ' v" J '-... IV... l...-. l.'M Wiiiiva iviirnT imkss in l'eiimuiiBui i c m v, 5:!J0 daily, except Saturday. Two gold medals will te given at elose of session: one tor Dest writing, one ir wi iw- Terms Half in advance, remainder at close of school. Satisfaction guaranteeu or money .runU Mnrinrtion tn three or more irom one family. See circular for further particu lars. Sp?eimens on exhibition at postollice. Private lessons will be given in Penmanship C IM UUUl AV. V - V V w or Hook-keeping if desired. i'upiis can enter at any nine. BINQHAM SCHOOL, ASIIEVILLE, N. C. Established K03. Maj. K. Binoham. A. M , LL. U., Superintendent. Lieutenant John Little, U. S. Army, Pror. Military science anu i acnes. uninirhom S.VirLfl eta nl a nrrvom 1 nen t a monir Southern cnools ior ikjj h, aim rtmis wuuito . . - . 1 . . ...j.l. V. best in the Union." u. s. uureau oi t-uuia tion. rofull v ovflminpd tho now ScIkm)1 I tin trim m Ilpiirhts. lust without the city limits of Asheville, anl take pleasure 1. The Location in natural advantages leaves nothing to be desired. in hmirinirtiisrimimi' iin in own: 2. The Huildingo exceptionally nu me re quirements. . 3. The Sanitation is as perfect as scientific mulorn r! II m l"ll 11 IT fH n TT1 A U it. 4. The Water ouppiy is aounuam, me uw'i of the purest, caret uuy coiiecieu irom moun tain springs ana witnoui a ciuuice 01 couiuuu nation. ' . . 5. The all-year-round-climate oi Asnevine ia uvirlil.rnnnurnpil ami with tllO Sc-hool'8 CX- ceptionally excellent hquipment ana sanita tion, gives Bingham's sjecial advantages not j a nui i' ' v . ... ...... - enjoyed by anotner scnooi in America. John Hev Williams, A. M.. M. I). S WMT1UV iATTLE. 1. U.. J . O. James A. liCRROcoiis, m. it. W.M. D. HlLLIAKI. M. D. RrrTinnl nf MnSir W.1 mk. Mlii M0mmWA r r, c 1 WUU ImnmupH Mofh. UVWIt Wim HiiMiviv- ...w... 1 ..... oas ana increased racmues. A frra ruarnf anrrpvsflll work in the School olusic. three years' experience in teaching Oi iusic. mree years uiwui-iitc m nmis Qrwt u r'ont rmiisn t t ho New York Grand Conser-atory, we feel more, than ever -pre- m-., mm -1 -n W( t Mr mm A I 1 1 1 Y Ft 11 TT KnHII 111 mifmif I lurci tu ma JVC? i - - ru,..nl 4tr. Uat rf anvinfirri'fltr)rV in the SiUt una HeK iue ijwyiv n uumoiu t. - mm9 m. X .-.A Kj-.B t(l iTktl Cm tT mm ClTll Oil T . . i m. i b-ii m Tk uiii in i ii m a uui m.f i. vi - t en on uy giiu& us hkth onvua6v ' Port. . .. . . , u... Some or tnesieciai ieatures oi me bchwi will be: L'rA r.carTa in llarmnnv nnpp t.lf tl u-p(K. Monthly concert in which all pupils will take part. . . . . m , ... A V. -' . . -.--- - w Xfatrav will anlnr arm'i'in nd V n t.1 STI-H for tilt' Ttta i-rwai flit a in f-rinrtrp ni m sm Jiarv kiirhmt mns.-al i-nMiirp nnd in pverv dertart- ment the training will be most thorough and according to tne latest metnous. rVkrutiw.f oH nu th i'nnpr'fttirv rl;in. Special attention to phrasing and interpre tation, ju&a ftui.A nwnnAui, MISS LIZ.IK II A If HIS, MISS A OA HAXKH. MISS MAHY M At KAY. fOUrlDCO?5s'lN 1852 A Classical and Commercial ScM nr HIGH GRADE. Elceant Buildings and thorough Equipments. Lanre Mtronatre from all the tkuthern siifix VLaa,Triii .nl lip, it n Tn l nuikin in Tiew of the mountains. Over 300 Etudenu l-i r voir mm Trm luaionaDin. Summer School ( Busines. Collen Come) open, June 29. Tall Term be fins August 16. For Illustrated Catalosue, svddre. J. A. &M. H. HOLT, Print. OAK RIDCE, N. C. University of North Carolina ! Instruction isofferod In four general courses of study, six brief course, a Unre number of special courses, and In law, medicine and en gineering. The faculty includes twenty teach ers. Scholarships and Joan funds a re available for needy young men of talent and character. The next session begins September 1. lor catalogue with full Information, address 8 PHE3IDENT WINSTON. Chapel Hill. N. C. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTRUCTOR OF Music and Languages! FK1VATE LESSONS ON Piano, Urgan, Moltn uuitar, viannei, I Flute. Cornet or any other IJand I ..... or Orchestral instrumeni. i jmmo arrangea to oraer anj wuiui aaiiou ui hiuuivu. pr'vatc conversalona lesson? in rcncl1 Young ladies attended at their residence. Satisfaction and rapid advancement gu&T- antccd studious pupils. TKlttIS REASON ABLK. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queer, Durham, N. C. Durham Male Academy I A School of High Grade for Boys and Young Men. Tin. aoasinn of litttt-Wl will oicn on Monday. Augi l -i'A 1892, and continue 40 weeks. Charges for the fall terra of 20 weeks : Primnrv drnirt ment. tivoo - i:ai - 20.16 tO mUM Intermeliato department. Academic department. Incidental ice, Unnnti onf orinir lurltlkl' the tirst tWO WCCkS win inhtirirtHi f.ir i In" t crm : those cominir in i aftururuifia inini ijitf or eni ranee hi u tif. I twVkiM,.t,ui dkn..M. i - - -r -VJ.rtllnn ...n-nnt-- tll I .iAcirn.f tii iiniiiiiio thimfulvfl for "if ' J l u si m-ss mi rsu i t s of Ti f e. c- . ...... Especial attention is uiven to Iutin, English and Mathematics. Forferiher particulars, see or aauressuie principal, . . T T DAVIDSON COLLEGE, LAVIDSON, N. C. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept. 8. Class! . Msaiematical, Scientific, Liter ary, Iliblical, Commercial. Eight men in tho Faculty. Courses for de grees elective in the higher classes. ACCESSIIH.K, INEXi'KNSIVE. MOHAL , M. C. A. Hall and OymnaHium complete. SEND roil A CATALOGUE. Address HEV. J. B. SI1 EAUEH, D. I)., LL. I)., I'll K8 1 pent. DURHAM FEMALE INSTITUT The 2d 6e8siou will begin August 21), and continue 40 weeks. The teachers are well p.epared and ex- I ,-,a, THIVIIIVJ. Thoroughness of Instruction Is aimed at in all departments. 1 ... . I f . . w. nn ntonn ami nrrran u'lll IiP 1 iUUSIV, OU J'lauu aim vi&. ..... .-.i.t .vstematicallv and thorouzhlv. j - Charges moderate. .School building on the corner of Man- , , , irum and seminary streets. ' p circulars and testimonials call on i II I r roca i ui aPiivr K. L. M1DDLKTOX, Principal. Collegiate Institute FOR YOUNG LADIES, WILSON, X. C. Strictly Xon-Scctar!aii ! t. n,i nBiinn 'irinm Morulv. Brtemlcr 5, IVJZ. A (Dwi tnorouifii anu cropreuriian collegiate course eiial to that of any famale - mJ-- t-? m mm m - college in trie roum. jh-bi iciuiir - ituHv tf.f fnt Anil Art. Stinrlril of Mrholar- ehit unusually hiuh. Healthful location. Ituildinirs and grounds large and pleaaantly situated. Moderate charge. Catalogue and circular on application. SILAS K. WAltltKX, PKIXCIPAU WILSON. - - N. C 4utlr Year Ilrgln KptemWr 14 A college of high grade. Choice of course for degrees. A Uo a Com mercial cu rse. i'P- - "ff, ,uw voi morals. I iint'lfu mountain climate. Ilulldlnm lm proved: steam neat- very rooaeraieepcnwc i n -- i rw t rniniin irom man v miu ncreaiing t atronage from many ttatea. Cat- . . m m. M m - alniniA with HtHl'SI frMi All ln-l Jl'LIfeB It. UUblir.il. rreiaeni. Salem, Virginia. TRINITY COLLEGE. Tne next sion opens 8eptemtr 1. 1802, at Durham ia the new buildings on Trinity Tar. Se-en departments of Instruction. Asuperior faculty. New la boratories. libraries and mu seum. Finest dormitories in the state. Knses reasonably low. All course open to 1 patronage. Catalogues may be had at ( iattia book store, or by applying to the pres ident. For rooms apply to JOHN y. CUOWF.LL, Pre., Trinity Park, Durham, N.C.