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r.UJS DUlillAJtt DAILY. tiJLOBIfi TUUKSDAi:, OCTOBER 20.
PROF. JAS. A. WHITTED DEAD. Tlifl Principal of the Colored Oradrl School Dies This Morning. i'rof. James A. Whitted (col), princi pal of the colored graded school of this t-ity, died thi morning, after three weeks illness. ;"o colored tnan in the state, or pcr :,arn in the South, stood higher in bid profession, or enjoyed a more universal t-.-em, both among white and colored pr-.ple, than I'rof. James A. Whitted, w'-o, in attempting to elevate hi9 own rare, never forgot the respect due to other. Deceased was- between 15 and oO years of nget and had made teaching his Jiff; work. How well he succeeded is proven by the fact that he lias held with the exception of one term, his re cent position, as principal of the colored gniJe-d school of Durham since it was lirst started and the probabilities are that hud he lived, would have continued to h ld it for many years yet. Having been educated for the profession of teaching and keeping up the work of self improve ment, he was a man of uncommon intel ligence and one well posted on the topics of the day. The death of I'ro essor Whitted will leave a vacancy in the colored school which will be hard to fill. His loss is generally deplored by our people. OUR NEIGHBORS. What 1 Happening in the Tar Heel State These Days. Verona Jarbeau is attracting large houses in Raleigh. Reynold and Ileaden were hung in Greensboro, to day, at 12 m. The execu tion was public, and a large crowd wit nessed it. l G. Ford, colored, raised in Peters burg, Va., but now of Winston, has been turning white for fifteen years, and there is now nothing about him to indicate the negro save his hair. lie attributes the change of skin to the fact that he used to work in the sulphur mines. A leading Methodist paper charges that Rutherford college has been selling decrees. This is pretty lough, but not as damaging to the college as the suppo sition that these fellows got through regulaily. .Judge Furches and Rufe Amis have spoken in Henderson and there are no thud party negroes left there, now. Miss Perdue, of Mt. Ncbo, Yadkin county, accidentally shot her sweetheart, a Mr. Shugart, on the lSlh. The young man had taken the cartridges out of his pistol in her presence, and, not aware that ho had put them back, she pulled down on him, with the result of a ball through his head, which proved fatal. It is always the empty gun that kill. Voting Shugart died. I.e'.tci.s in the State Chronicle of the I'.Uh prove the existence in North Caro lina of Gideon's hand, and that S. Otho Wilson is the aate chief. That the or gani.aiioii is unlawful and most danger ous to the liberties of the people is also shown. The chief witness is J. S. Dell, lute slate lecturer of the North Carolina Farmers' alliance. Josh Cameron is in a fix. He mariied a pretty quadroon down in New Orleans, lately, under the impression that she was n while woman. Now, that he has learned better, the divorce laws of Lou isiana will not release him. R. Stevens, of Winston, doing business as the North Carolina Furniture Co., Assigned yesterday to F. F. Gray. Lia bilities, ss!-,': ."it ; asset not given. The City of Paris has broken the rec ord. She got into New York yesterday, having made it from (Juecnstown in 5 day-, 1 J houts and 24 minutes. The condition of State Treasurer I). W. Rain was reported better yesterday. A Chicago despatch of yesterday notes tliH arrival of Governor Holt and his presence at the dedicatory services of the Worlds Fair. K. G. Dutler, of Vance, has been put on the third party state ticket in place of Mr. Long, withdrawn The State Chronicle of the 20th. cites from Xorth Carolina Reports, Vol, 74, page 4"9, the case of R D. Chappell and wife vs E. G. Duller. Truly the thirdites are unfortu nate in selection of candidates who have such damaging record evidence against them. So far as decisions of the court irocs it is Ilobson's choice between them. LOOK AT THIS. A Hue t luiirc to tiet a Home at Low and Ilc.isoiublo lrlot. The Trinity Land company who.it will icmembered, bought the T. IJ. Lyon bind near Trinity college only a few v.e n:o, have already had the property ofl" and platted into nice streets and h i. , 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 ni?c community out there. Lots will be told reasonable, as it is not the purpose of thi-. company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. 15. V.V.ircn, genera! manager, or C. A. .lor dar;, secietary and treasurer. A reison for the faiih that is in him. A n sponsible citizen of the South writes: i'ro::i observation covering a great num h r of c;ies I unh -Htatingty pronounce tahntion Oil to be the rnost wonderful ttinedy for burns I have ever tried. TOBACCO TALK. Iter. Alex Walker Given Hi View on th Tobacco Market. The past week has been one of but little interest. The breaks have been light. The sales last until noon seme davs le,s. and some more. The minds of the people are very much occupied with j i politics. It is true, prices are very good, indeed, but when the election is over we think the people will turn their attention more to business, and tobacco will come in for its share, and, we believe, have ' more animation with the tobacco men. The crop is now housed; it is not a 1 . . .. . ' . . good crop, but tnere is some goo i to-. bacco, and all fUfh will command good ' prices. The dealers, for the past few weeks, hare shown a disposition to sell, yet they hold for higher prices than the manufac turers are disposed to pay at present. What the developments will be all will wait and see. AS WE CROW. The ISooiti Now on Those Who -Are In the .Procession. I i 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 does not ? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for vou to own one. When Ha by was sick, we gave nor Castoria. "When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. V.'hen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester ; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. Beauty often depends on plumpness; so does comfort; so does health. If you get thin, there is something wrong, though you may feel np sign of it. Thinness itself is a sign ; sometimes the first sign ; sometimes not. The way to get back plumpness is by careful living, which sometimes in cludes the use of Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil. Let us send you free a little book which throws much light on all these subjects. Scott &Bowke. Chemists, 13a South 5th Avenue, New York. Yur druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod -liver oil all druggists everywhere do. f 1. 28 GREAT SALE OF STANDARD BRED HORSES ! At my third annual pale, at auction, ot standard-bred trotting and harness horses, to take place on FRIDAY. NOVEMBEK 11, lSD'i, There will bo sold two jrranddauKhters of Ilainbletoniau 10 (10 in the :.':) lisn, one of them in foal to Pamlico, 2:1 '4 : four of Daniel Ijimbert :W in the 2:!) list) : four of Jleu Franklin cil in the 2:3U list); two of Aristos (12 In the 2:30 list) ; one of George Wilkes rec ord 2:22, (Sire of SO in the 2:!101ist) : one of Karon Wilkes, reeord 2:18. (sire of 12 in the 2::W list) : one of Happy Medium (Pire of Naney Hanks, 2:01', and seventy-rive other 2:!0 trotters ; one daughter of Pamlico, 2:1G ; one daughter of Jerome Eddy, 2:1(5 ; one of Charley K.,sire of Alice Kerlew, and fourteen others in 2::j0 list : two daughters of Franklin Chier, and tive standard-bred stallions, sons by him : one standard-bred grandson of Princcps, sire of Trinket, 2:14, and twenty-nine others in 2::0 list, out of a granddaughter of Hambletonian 10, sire of 40 in 2:: list, and the dams of seventy-five other 2::W trotters, other standard-bred fillies and weldings will le sold, in all alxut forty head. No horses so well-bred and individually so good were ever seen in Xorth Carolina as will ie sold at this sale. A catalogue giving pedigree and description of each animal will be issued about October 25, and may le had on application in writing to K. P. WILLIAMSON. Fairview Farm, Raleigh, N. C. C. II. MURPHY, Hquss, i and Ornamental Uiw DUKUA3I, X. C. Paper Hanging, Decorating, Frescoing and all things in that' Line. Your patronage solicited and satisfac tion always cuaranteed. References: The bett in the city. Charges: As low as good work can be done for. Leave order at Furniture Stoits J. P. CAMPBELL, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. ( V . . n 1 .... 1 . A-.. - . . . ... ' " im in tin 10 f iu.ni. in .i l) tos.ou. Half Sil(,-MHi's.li1KS..Vin ntVto 1J; J-idies hoes, to 7j o nti ; Child rra's Mum, - to 4U cents. All work promptly and neat ly done, and guaranteed. Sliop on Main treot, near l'otr ff.ee. POLICE COURT. What the ;rist Was at the Mayor's O.'Uee Thi Mornlne. Theie was a dead calm in the mayor's office this morning. The bright autism tal sun shone through the windows and spent its force on empty chairs. There ' was not a single cae, and therefore no ' perquesites for the ojtieer. who looked ' peculiarly sad. IV.isiness, in their line is ; disagreeably dull. They hav proseeu-' ted it so faithfully Ler"tof ..re, m-ueml has about all been disposed of, and if , tne town g.-ts much more mora!, they will make an assignment and retire i - S.tle of Valuable Property Don't forirpt that Messrs. J 11. and V . ; j A. Gdttis, executors will on Thursday October 20, sell fom Valuable lots at public auction. One of these lots is the j "Home Place," formerly occupied by J. W. Gaitis, and has good dwellings and outhouses, fruits, etc. There are also other desirabie lots to be sold, all of i w hich it will pay you to examine before j j day of sale. The terms are most reason-' i able. See ad. in this issue for narticu-' ! lars. liorse for Sale. Big bargain. Good in harness or un der saddle. Easy terras. Apply to, ClIKEK FUKMTURE Co. ONE W0ED! 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 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, i3 my remedy, in the shape of one small pill, known to commerce as DR. 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. IJAYDOCK, a:! Fulton Street, N. Y. One Pill is a Dose. PKICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOi: SALE IJY ALL, DRUGGISTS. EVERY PILL IS SUGAR-COATED. f your druggist docs not keep them we will mail them free to any address on receipt of 2" cents. Five vials for one dollar. BUY AT ONCE DO NOT DELAY I JIAYDOCK & CO. W. M. Yearby, Sole Agent for Durham. HAVE YOUR CLOTHING Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired AT THE Steam Dying and Scouring Worts Next Door to Salem FostotFiee. WINSTOX-S ALK3I. N. C. Gentlemen's Coats, Overcoats, PANTS AND VKSTS Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed Equal in Appearance to New. LADIES' DRESSES Cleaned and Dved. ALL WORK GUARANTEED! All Goods Received by Express Promptly Executed and Re turned 011 Short Notice. W. H. BOGER, Prop r. The mo?t common of the skin iliseaes which are cured t.y the use of 13. II. II., the only 'juick blool purifier, are as follows : Eczema, Impetiyo. Rinrvrorm. iS-aldhea-1, PruitUi-, Old Sores. Pimples, Itch. Old ricers. Dry Tetter. Cabuneks, Itching Humor, Illotchtn. Herpes. Hoi!s, Splotches, Glandular Swellings. Tumor. Risings. Syph ilitic U leers. Pimples on the Face. Hives, etc. The altove skin disease and eruptions are cured by the use of II. II. II. in an incredibly short time, and we hold unraistakeable evi dence of that fact. No remedy has ever been offered possessing such woriderful effect over these blood diseases. Our limited space will permit us to offer only a few of the many ol nntui y cr-rtiticates which we hold, and ask the reader to examine for himself and le eou- inced of the merit of our remedy. S-nd for book to 15. 15. 15. CO Atlanta, Ga. I : lima mm j MANUFACTURED OStfB buJUITIflPRir.HMnHnVAi Lr.mmbvw.. mNklkmfkMkNm - Relieves leaves any KRANI0H & (9 Received a Special Award at the N. C. State F air, October 1890. (This year there was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: ''Kranich Upright Pianos, exhibited by the North State Music Co., ami not placed in competition, should the best pianos on the grounds in (Signed), We claim that the Kranich longer than any other make and last longer; that they have more improvements of value than all others combined. They hold their tone and An inspection investigation will convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPANY G. . STOUTS, MANAGEF Established 1817. MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ii.ll JLV1J1US Ul JLULciLUlliLl UllU JLUU1? MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, CONTRACTORS FOR 1-Iea.tizig bf Steam or Hot Water. MANUFACTURERS OF All the Most Modern Sanitary and Improved Appliances. S. W. UOLiJIAN, Manager, Where a full Stock of all such Goods will at lowest Kichmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! l'o.zn'bizigr, G-sis and Steam Fitting-, Backed by the long and extensive experience of the above named gentlemen, I am prepared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, and to execute the same with tbe assistance of the most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. Give us a call. S. W. HOLMAN. Manaoer. Wain Street. Durham. N. C. MISSES HINTON & CROCKET, Successors to Mrs. Art1 now open with a new and elegant lint nf Fall aj?d Winter rJVnilirjepiy T Selected during their recent vi.-it to tlie North and ufter a careful .study of the Latest and Most Popular Styles. Shapes and Tints in endless variety and to suit all customers. EXAMINE THEIR STOCK BEFORE PDRCHA8INO. J. W. 5TOTC DEALER IN KINDS OF FRESH MEATS. CITY MAKKET, DURHAM, N. C. ALL I wuat Gallic, Hos and Sheep, and will pay you the highest market price for them. Don't forget" to see me. OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS STOCK: THE VERY BEST. STYLE : HANDSOME AS ANY TEN-CENT CIGAR. - - - PRICE : FIVE FOR TEN CENTS. 5 - TRY THEM - - all snrenrss of the wurous membrane i cures GONORRHOEA and GLEET mitosly. No ether treatment necessary. Nevrrcaues tricture ft injurious after effects. Price, x. Sold BLOOD BAM CO., Pro's, Atlanta. G. BACH PIAH0S o- receive a special award, as they are every particular detail. DR. AUG. KURSTEINER, V. C. ROYSTEIl. & Bach will stand in tune never get tinny or metalic. Altl &k TOR- be kept constantly on hand and for sale A. .1. F.tucctte k Co., ENS, WATCHES AND THE? ARE CHEAP j EUT ALL IN MY L'NE, Til E - Largest Ever Bron&ht to Dnrharn, SHOULD HE SEKN AND TUT. Jswelrr, Solid and Plated Ware AND A THOUSAND NOVELTIES, Would Astonish You. I HAVE Till: STOCK WHEN IT COMES TO And un luspection Is all I ak. rCall and see. C. T. P0STLEY, Main streot. Durham, N. r, J. S. MESLEYr Tailor. IV Fall Goods ( hit f which 1 make IF'&ll S-uLits ! I have the Finest line ever car ried by any Merchant Tailor in North Carolina or Virginia. To establish this fact, CALL AND GEE, Ami that will end it. jr. s. Mesley. THE ITeLEV lilt ! Twelve Years of Established Merit! NOTE OF WARNING! TO Till: ITIU.lt': Dwif.n r, 111., April ::, 1-'.'-. As a matter of justice to ourtlvc and l the reputation of Dr. Ixlie K. Keelet'i Double Chloride of Gold remedi-, fr it cure of the lijuor, opium, morphine tobacco diesiscs ami Neurasthenia, we m the public that these remedies arc i-el tf no institution or sanitarium in the I'nitfJ States except those established bv iti t panj under the uniform name f "TU Keelej Inbtitute." All others claiming to u-e our r n are fraud and imposters. We have now sixtr Keeky In-tit'.ie tablifehed in various parts of the I "n:t! States where the Keeley treatment i miniatered and the Keeley reim-'lit-" H!i We, however, caution all to examine"'' and know that they are dealing with -nuiwr representatives, authorized by u lf taking the treatment or purchatinu h ua-L-The fraudulent establuhment.' tie the n-f of "iJi-Chloride of Gold," or sirniljr tit! The newspajers do not diiscriminate ciently to know that they are imitator, so put down all accidents oxurriny at ufl establishments as bein broutrht a!"''t the Keeley treatment. This u a nW.ter I much concern to us, hence this warmni: Kesfectfully yours, TIIK LKSLIE K. KKKIJ V ( Curtis J. Judd, Sec'y and Tre:i-. The Keeley institute at Green-!- ( " is the only one in the state, an J a!J 11 sentatioas that there is in the tate '''.T l""rr that is identical with, or the sao;- Keeley I.uble Chloride of Gold Cure i malicious, falM. and made for the piirj 0 deceiving. We learn with indir'i' fH1 that Mich claim is ljn made, ar; ! feriiw that if it be hurtful to Us it will I r-Ae ')"rr disastrous. to those who ared eiv-I t!.f.,r e w.und ihi warning. The Ktu.hv I-in' i (irtt n-!" r". N- ' University of North Carolina I Instruction isofferc-d in four KenemJc"" . of etudy. tlx brief cour.-a. UrKf i . v epecUl wurw, and In U: mi-uH- w ' tfineerin Tne faculty include twem w, t-r. SM-holnrKhirMuntl loiin lUOl ,,,T. tor needy young men of talent itnd 1 uf The next BeHn bejrtns Pt,'ulL catalogue vritb full intorinatiun. aJ'J'i v Merchant