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IMJ25 DUKllAM OA1L.Y tiJLOIiJi, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13.
LOCKHAUT SPEAKS ! Continued from Firt rag- from any danger. At Sandusky we were treated roughlv. We subsisted chiefly on comed-bcef and cracker?, and we gathered lambsquarter for our vegeta bles. I was released on the 2Uh of July, and reached home on the night of the 2th having had an experience of four months with Uncle Sam's hospitality. My comrade?, go back thirty years and recall to day, on thi mournful occasion, the many voices and bright faces that then hel l glittering muskets. When we enlhted early all were young m.-n. They' were the stay of church and state; withheads erect, with martial tread and bouyant hearts they left their homes. In your memory recall today the names of those who have fallen either on the Held or 'u t.e ho-pital. Then call up on this pad occasion the names of those who have fallen in the march of life since the close of the war, and see how short and thin the lines of veterans are to day. One by one they are gathering home to the great camping-ground beyond the river. Speaking generally to those of us who still survive, there is a momentous question that confronts us all. This will be probably the last re union with many of us on earth. Many of us now are on the shady side of life. Some nearly lived out their alloted time. Our warfare will soon be over let us be ready to answer to the roll-call in the great beyond, where tl : tattoo never beats, and where, doubt less, loved ones are watching: and wait ing for us. If it is my lot to be the first to go, and ii is my good fortune to get to heaven, I will hail your coming with joy, and we will sit down together under the shade of the tree of life, amid the rustling of angets' wings, and sing the songs of the redeemed forever more. Comrades, farewell ! COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move ami Visitors in the City. J. S. Carter went to Burlington this morning. J. W. Vernelson, of Wilmington, was in the city to-day. Mrs. Clarence Cheek left at to day lor a visit to Raleigh. MissSallie IJoyd, of Greensboro, is vis iting at Mr. J. K. Albright's. 1). W. Whitaker went up to Burlington this morning to attend the fair. C. W. Stanford left on the west-bound train this morning for Greensboro. Mrs. Mary A. Chrisman, of Arch Lodge, was in the city to-day visiting her son. Mrs. .lames Xortleet, of Winston, is visiting her father, Mr. .1. W. Walker, on Kamseur street. I lev. L. Branson, who has been in the city for a few days, returned to his home at Raleigh this morning. Miss Mamie Clegg, a recent graduate of Greensboro Female college, is visitinsr Mr. T. B. Smith's family. G T. Whitley, after taking in the ded ication of Trinity, left for his home at Princeton on the noon train. Rev. W. C. Wilson, of Mocksville, who has been in attendance upon the exer cises at Trinity Park, returned home this morning. S. M. Galtis and wife, of Ilillsboio, who have been attending the dedicatory services at Trinity, returned home this morning. Mr. John Kelley and Miss Sallie Lea, both of this city, were married last night at the resilience of the bride, on Chapel Hill street. Hiram Grant, of Goldsboro, who has been assisting in putting in hot air llues at Trinity college, has completed the job ar.l returned to his home. Rev. B. B. Culbrcth and little son, Marvin, who have been attending the exercises at Trinity, left this morning for their home at Smithtield. Mr. John Slaughter, of Goldsl oro, who superintended putting in the hot air :lucs at Trinity college, left this even ing for Oxford and will tit up the Hor ner school in like order. "1 have been using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup tor some time. It cured my baby ot a very bad cough. 1 believe it was the m-'rui- of saving Lis life. Mrs. Thomas Hinion, Centreville, N. J." Ihyi-iuii' Fees. At & meeting of the Durham Academ of M.'dicine, October :J, 1X12, the follow ing resolution was adopted: Rc-olved, That this "Academy of Medi cine," composed of the practicing physi cians in the town of Durham, agree upon the following fees, to wit: Day visits within the corporate limits of the town shall be one dollar ; without the corporate limits less than one mile, one dollar aud a half; night visits shall be double charge (a night viit shall be considered aftei sunset and before sunrise John M. Manmnu, M. I)., Pres't. J. 1) RoiiKKTs, M. I) , Sec'y. Dyspepsia in all its forms is not only relieved but cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. A GENERAL SMASH UP. The Kelt. J a nip Upon the Wrong Pulley and Do Not Work Iiight. At the Wort ham Wooden mills Tues day evening there came near being some serious trouble. While the house is a large one, it is not sufficiently large for the machinery they have in it. Several of the pulleys are placed very close together in order to economize in room, and while everything was in full speed Tuesday evening, a band in some way got off the proper pulley on to an other, which connected different ma chinery, and in doing so two pulleys that were attached to the floor were pulled from their foundation and hurled through the building in great force, breaking to pieces in their flight. There were some frightened people in the shop, but fortunately no one was hurt. The, damages are being repaired and but little time will be lost. Sicklies Among Children. Especially infants, is prevalent at all times, but is largely avoided by giving proper nourishment and wholesome food. The most successful and reliable is the Gail Borden " Eagle" Brand Con densed Milk. Your grocer and druggist keep it. AS WE GROW. The ISooin Now on Those Who Are in the I'roeecsion. 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 or 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 does not ? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for vou to own one. POLICE COURT. What the Hi it Was at the Mayor's Office This Morning. The mayor attended to several cases at his office this morning: Thomas High, drunk and disorderly, judgment suspended on payment of cost, $2.30 George Tollock, boisterous cursing, judgment suspended upon payment of cost .$2.10. Hal Crabtree, assault and battery, judgment suspended upon payment of cost, $2.09. Dock Cozart, larceny, discharged. R. L. Penny disturbing the peace, THEO HINTON IN JAIL. Larceny Is the Charge for Which lie Is Committed. Theo Ilinton, a young man about 18 years of age, was brought before the mayor's court yesterday morning, charged with the theft of a wagon whip. He was bound over to court in a bond of $"(). His case will be tried at this term of court, which is now in session. Young Hinton has been in court be fore on similar charges. He was re leased by giving bond. Lemon Klixir A Pleasant Lemon Tonic. For biliousness, constipation, and ma laria, colds and the grip. For indigestion, sick and nervous head ache, j For sleeplessness, nervousness and heart diseases. For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough or ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is prepared from the fresh juice of Lemons, combined with other vegetable liver tonics, and will not fail you in any of the above named diseases. oO cent and $1.00 bot tles at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozlcy, At lanta, Ga. At the Capital. I have just t.iken the last of two bot tles of Ir. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir for nervous headache, indigestion, with dis eased liver and kidneys. The Elixir cured me. 1 found it the greatest medi cine I ever used. J. H. Mexnicii, Attorney, 1225 F Street, Washington, D. C. From a Prominent Lady. I have not been able in two years to walk or stand without suffering great pain Since taking Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir I can walk half a mile without suffering the least inconvenience. Mns. R. II. Br.oonwoKTii, Griffin, Ga. To ff el bright and cheerful attend to your stomach. Take timmons Liver Regulator. The most of our ailments come from disordered liver which Simmons Liver Regulator cures. Happy and content is a home with The Ro chester; a lamp with the li-ht of the morning. CaUlocues,writo Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. Simmons Liver Regulator, bear in mind, is not an experiment. It is en dorsed bv thousands. youns rT5 F3 R my V e ofar you a reiuedv which il used as directed, insures safety to life of both lnotlu r aud child. "MOTHERS FRIEND" Eobs confinement of it Pais. II jiikor aui Kk, a many testify. Mywlfe lifted wnly ttvKo(tl..r Mnthert Frlead. WHira.llva.idquitkii rflit-el 1 now doing plendldly.' J. S. Mosr.'N. Il.ar'..v,T, N. C. Sent by expre. c:i .171s prepud, on re ceipt of price, l.i per ott!tf. .,Kl J.y & viru.nts. Hook To Mother mailed frve Baihhu Keoitlatch Co., Atlanta, Ga. sua "UFfiCTUREDONtfBt R.WHITLOCKRICHMQND.VA MRS. ADA SMITH Has Just Returned from New York with a New and Elegant Line of Fall and Winter Millinery ALL THE LATEST N. Y, STYLES -Jgr AT NEW YORK PIUCES.22G Wait for the Grand MISSES HINTON & CROCKET, Successors to Mrs. A. J. Fauccttc & Co., Are now open with a new and elegant line of Fall a 17c! lAite JlittirfQvij T Selected during their recant visit to the North and after a careful study of the Latest and Most Popular Styles. Shapes and Tints in endless variety and to suit all customer. EXAMINE THEIR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING. Relieves ATTEND TO THIS ! AUCTiON SALE OF VtKY ULSIKABLL Town Lots On Saturday, Gc-Gbsr 22, '92, AT lO O'CLOCK A. M., iKemember the day) we will sell at Public Auction, on the premises, those well situated Business Lots on Church and Parrisu street, in Durham. There are Two Lot on Church Street and About 2." Lots on Both Mde of Parriih St. Al! these lot are convenient to the business center ot the town, and are among the lew tirst-chiss vacant lets in the pl:?ee. suitable for business houses. At the same time we will seil TWO RESIDENCE LOTS On East Main street, one contain a four room hous? ; each lot almiit 'xjij leet in size: aud several vacant lots in extern suburbs of Dui ham. And on said day we will aiso sell the larm known as "ltravtowa Farm." containing about I'D acres, and havmz on if outhouses, tarns. Fruit Trees, vineyard and nsh pond ; and "I he Cartield Place." near Lira-Towa. con taining 26 acres. Terms of Sale : One-third cash, one-third in 6 and 12 months. Interest on deterred pay ments from day of sale at rte of it cent per annum. FL'LLLU WHIITEO. Trustees. WNCHK Some Men Pay TEN CENTS FOR A CIGAR THAT IS NO BETTER THAN AN Old Virginia Cheroot. THEY (RB SOLD FIVE FOR 3 TEN CENTS. (bening Next WeekSSS all soreness of the mucous membrane an cures GONORRHOEA andGLI-T in t tosdays. No other treatment necessary. N arc t causes stricture or leaves any injurious after effects. Price, i. Sold by druggists. BLOOD BALM CO.. Pro's, Atlanta. St. GREAT SALE OF STANDARD -BRED HORSES! 1 ji my iiiiru annual Kiif, ui auction, ;i i standard-bred trot tin? and harness horses, to . a .L!.i 1 . 1 A ... ! take place on Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 11. 181i, There vill be sold two jrranddaujrhters ot Hambletonian V) tU) in th 2:.M list), one ot them in foal to Pamlico, 2:1 ; four of Daniel Lamlert in the z:.i) list) ; four of Iten Franklin (23 in the 2:oU list); two of Aristos (12 in the 2JJU list) ; one ol (ieonre Wilkes rec ord 2-22, isire of o in the -M list) : oneot fiaron Wiikc. record 2:1. sire of 12 in the 2M) list) : oneot liappy Medium (sire of Nancy flanks. 2HK and seventy-Ore other 2uJ0 trotters : one daughter of Pamlico, 2:1 3 ; one daughter of Jerome Lddy,2:ltf : one of Charley B.,sire ot Alice Ilerlew, and fourteen others in 2) list ; two daughters of Franklin Cnier. and Ove standard-bred stallions, sons by him; one standard-bred grandson of FTJiiceps, Eire ot Trinket, 2:14. and twenty-nine others in 2:-to list, out ot a granddaujrhter of Hambletonian lu. sire of 40 in 2iW list, and the dams of seventy-five other 2-W trotters. Other standard-bred fillies and jeldinjre will be sold, in all atut forty bead. No horses so well-bred and individuallj- so Kod were ever seen in North Carolina a will tie sold at this sale A catalogue giving- pedigree and description : each animal will be issued about October of and may e had on application in writing to H. I. WILLIAMSON. Fair-view Farm, Raleigh, N. C. TRINITY COLLEGE. The next session opens September 1. l&Z, at Durham in the new buildings on Trinity Park. even departments of instruction. A superior faculty. New laboratories, libraries and mu seum. Finest dormitories in the state. Ex penses reasonably low. All courses open to local patronage. Catalogues may be had at (iattis bwk core, or by applying; to the j res ident. For rooms apply to JOHN F. CKOWELL, Pres.. Trinity Park, Durham, N.C PROF. JEAN F0LLMAN, INSTRUCTOR OT PHIVATK LKSSOX ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, i Flute, Cornet or any other Baud or Orchestral Instrument. yic. arranged to order for any combi nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons in French and German. Young ladies attended at their residence Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. TCK.US REASONABLE. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen Durham, N. C. DURHAM FEMALE INSTITUTE The 2d session will besrfn August 29, and continue 40 weeks. The teachers are well ptcpare-.l 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 gum and Seminary streets. For circulars and testimonials call on or address E. L. MIDDLETOX, Principal. WILSON Collegiate Institute FOR YOUNG LADIES, WILSON, X. C. Strictly Non-Sectarian : The 43d session begins Monday, September 5, 18S. 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. Buildings and grounds largo and pleasantly situated. Moderate charges, catalogue and circular on application. SILAS E. WAltKKX, PRINCIPAL. WILSON, N. C. Durham School of Music. Opens Sept. I With improved Meth ods and Increased Facilities. After a year of puccessful work In the School of Music, three years' experience in teaching and a recent course at the Mew lorkorand Conservatory, we feel more than ever pre pare! to make the .Durham chooi ot 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 school win ue : 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 nignest 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 XSUI.A WUUDWAKD, MISS LIZZIE HAKU1S, MISS ADA HANKS, MISS MAKY MACKAY. BINQHAM SCHOOL, ASIIEVILLE, N. C. Established 1703. Maj. It. Bingham. A.M., I.L. D.. Superintendent. Lieutenant John Little, U. S. Army, Prof. Military Science and Tactics. "Bingham School stands pre-eminent among Southern Schools for roys, and ranks with the best in the Union." U. S. Bureau of Educa tion. We have carefully examined the new School Building on Bingham Heights, ju.t without the city limits of Asheville, and take pleasure in bearing testimony as lollows : 1. The Location in natural advantages leaves nothing to be desired. 2. The Buildings exceptional' 1111 the re quirements. 3. The Sanitation is a ierfect as scientific modern plumbing can make it. 4. The Water &upply is abundant, the water of the purest, carefully collected from moun tain springs and without a chance of contami nation. a. The all-year-round-climate of Asheville is world-renowned and with the frchool's ex ceptionally excellent Equipment and Sanita tion, gives Bingham's special advantages not enjoyed by anotlier sehool in America. l. v estkay ijattle, l. U., C . n. ."X. John Hey Williams, A. M., M. I. James A. Bckhocgh. M. D. Wj(. D. HlLLIAKD. M. l. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, X. C. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept. 8. Classical, Mathematical, Scientific, Liter ary, Biblical, Commercial. Eight men in the Facultj-. Course for de gree elective in the higher clas. ACCESSIBLE, IXL.PE.VlVi:, MOIIAL. Music and Languages ! Y.M. C.A.Hall and Gymnasium complete. SEND fOK A CATALOGUE. Address EE V. J. B. SHEARER, D. D LL. Dm PRESIDENT. TRINITY SEMINARY rOa, YOUNG LADIES, Will be open for enrollment of PCr; A'luuuaj, oepi. it. Miss ss M. E. Carter and Mrs. v. v. shi Miss N. M. Carter, School n ft;1 Mrs. E. L- Ilrvn Snh,w,i i-,.B,u'C. ' rine Art, TERMS PF.H VEH Primary School. Intermediate School, Collegiate School, Languatres. each. Music, instrumental or vocal. Art, regular pupils. Special pupils, ier month. -Single lessons, each. U 5 U Pupils received for the year. No ,j,s'.. . for alienee or withdrawal, unity, ts. J1 providential. U Instruction w ill Ik thorough. W,. . trial to prove ourability and faithfuic,. ,: elicit a fare share of iatronap Payment per month. For oth. r i'-'or tion apply to Principals, Durham, N'.r. Durham Malo Academy! A School of High Grade for Boyi and Young Men. The session of 1SH2-03 will open on MonU August 21), and continue 40 weeks. ' Charges for the fall terra of 20 p t: Primary department. Intermediate department. Academic department. Incidental fee. " f'A 2i'.itos. Students entering during the tirt twow-b will be chHrjred for the term : those comint 'b afterward from date of entrance to itscli. All bills due at the U'jnnnintf of each .Ujtrte No deductions will be made except in m.i.!f protracted sickness. This school offers excellent ndvantam tc younjrmen desiring to prepare tliern'h Wfar college or the business pursuits ot liu-. EsiH'dal attention is given to Ijttin, Eng'wh and Mathematics. For l'priher particulars, see or aMrcstU pnucipai, L. T. BUCHANAN. V cum'dco fr I n 'l8527 A Classical and Commercial Sc&oiA OF HIGH GRADE. Elepant Buildings and thorough Equipment! I-arge patronago from all the Southt-ra States. Hrmitiful nnd iu-nlffifnl cinuti.,r, in view of tho mountains. Over 300 Studcnti uisi year, xf ierms Jteaaonable. Summer School (Business Collega Course) open June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalogue, addre., J. A. & M. H. HOLT, m. OAK RIOCE, N. C. IIOLLOWAY'S L -o It. B. Holloway, the Sj.e ialist, will open a Business School in the V. M.C.A. Hill torto months onlj', Wednesday, Autrust 1.. A thorough course in Book-keeping. IVn- manship and Commercial Corresponding. 10. Writ'nir. 2 for !. lessons. Book-keeping MoruiiiKchujs.O to 11. NiK-t class, 8 to JO. . Book-keeidnjr Mondays. Wcdncs-layn ar.o Fridays. Mjrhf. class in Penmanship h toV. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Day class, f 'W to b:W daily, except Saturday. Two Kold medals will In- piwn at ! session: One for best writing, one for U-tlm provement. Terms Half in advance, remainder et cl ff school, satisfaction guaranteed or nim7 refunded. Iteductions to three or more Iros one family. See circular for further particu lars, specimens on exhibition at jMstmi;. Private lessons will be given in P -nmanihi? or Book-keeping if desired. l'upils can enter at any time. ONE WORD! I come to vou with a small alTair tb you may need. In England, the Conti nent ami many foreign countries, my" and wares are well known. Many Amer ican families on their return from alro bring my articles with them, for tteJ know them pretty well, but you may cot be one of these. Confidence between man and maa ! slow of growth, and when found, i'- rarity makes it valuable. I ak your con fidence and make a reference to tt: Journal to indorse that confidence. I not think it will be misplaced. I make the best form of a cjre-4- absolute one for biliousness and LtJ ache that can be found in this year. Tt cure is so small in itself, and yet its co fort to vou is so creat .0 minutes bt-$ its limit when relief comes that it tJ become the marvel of its time. c z a half grains of medicine, co ttfd sugar, h my remedy, in the shape fec small pill, known to commerce IIAYDOCK'S NEW LIVEK is old in the markets of Euroe. but i new to North America. The price in low as &n honest medicine can l iJ- at, 2-"i tents. .Send a postal card ior sample viil, to try them, before jc- purcha'e. UK. 11A 1 . N. V. g:J Fulton Street. One Till 1 ii IJom?. I BICL TWEXTV-FIVK CK-VTS FOK SALE II V ALL lKl'',i'T' EVEKY PILI- Hi SfOAK (AT:n. If your druggist does not keep we will mail tnem tree io .u, cDe receipt of '21 cents. Five vials for dollar. DCVATONCEt D NOT IKLA IIAVUOCK Si CO. W. M. Yearby, Sole Ageni .o. 1 ff j