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rHJE iiUKHAJa DAl'tY KOtfh. THUBS oAx, MAttCH 23.
ATARRK IN CHILDREN For over two years my little girl's life was made miserable by a case of Catarrh. The discharge from the nose was large, constant and very offensive. Her eyes became inflamed, the lids swollen and very painful. After trying various reme dies, I gave her ferOytai The first bot tle seemed to fwwri aggravate the disease, but the symptoms soon abated, and in a short time she was cured. Dit. L. B. Kitchev, Mackey, IncL' Our Look n P.Iood arxl Skin Diseases mailed Iree. Sww t fclLUilc o., Atlanta, Ga. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY I-iji preparation which lias boon before the hiI h; lor mariv yours iiihi neen inoroufrniy 1. .s a IDMC, AlIi;itATI VJi, W -IKI of the Itl-OOl) and NKKVJNi: it i sat M art ion in every instance. It will ;.;1-K in its early stages, Muscular Tc-t. Kir will t 1 11 !' KlHM ease eiire it I'll i tails ti.-al in ' pain im iti-m, l.rysipeias, i-.czonui ana all Uis- ari-iiii troin blood impurity. It will ( In onie bilious colic, ana rive good nat e p to t lio-f who are restless. It never to cine I Mlii;TION. The Wash will any external -ok- or eruption when used omiect ion witii i ne lu-mouy. isenu ior llel -OTI I a I in ii niiuauii: ic i innwiiiiin. Keniedv i- tor-ale by all druggists. Ad mi:. jok ii;Ksij, Kittrell, X. V. J r l.;t "i II-. It N -aid ill u Mr. I'erson's Jiemedy is a pn ent i e and cure lor t he (J rip. We are pre pared to believe this, as it is an excellent medi cine tor kindred diseases. J n and around (Jolds boro. whei-e the (irip has been juite prevalent lor some time, Mrs. .Joe Person's Peinedy is 1 1 1 almost exclusively, and sucn has proved it- beneiicial results, that it is looked upon by i ne community as a panacea lor Grip in all -taves and lorms. It also prevents the disease Irom attacking those who take the Kemedy in i une. (iold-boro A rv us. KlTTKKI.L., X. C, Sept. 'M. ''.''-I. W hen one discovers a cure lor even one of the ills which llesh is heir to, 1 hold it is his bounded duty to impart the knowledge t hereof to his l'cllowruaii in order that they too. may profit thereby and lessen this burden u Inch we call life. I found Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy to be a ( lire for many ills. We have used it for ten years. For Kczenia and all kindred skin dis eases, even of the most obst inate aggravated type, I find it to be an iulal liblc and speedy cure. As a genuine tonic it stands easily, llrst. It cured and res (o red to health one of our children lor live yens a victim to chronic diai rhoM, after the medical art hud exhausted its resources for her relief. In snort for blood and skin disease, colic and diarrlnea I have tried it, not one ', twice nor taree, but countless times, -c.ak W. LJi.ackxam,. For sale by Durham druw'ist. A. M. John son & Co., wholesale .laent.s, Durham. RAILWAY TIME -CARD! Arrives i V ti. ii. li. i Leaves Durham. Depot , 1 out Corcoran St. Durham. Villain i I'asseti;.-ir loi ijreeiis. 7 1 a m ll.iiain I Passenxer lor tiolds. 4 :) a m 1' lip m i Kxjin.-ss tor Ooldsboro V' lt p m a '-Z j m I Fxpress lor ( reens bo;o ; ;7 p m Arrives I o. & V. li. K. Leaves Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham. Kx press for Kichmond i 10 10 a m 7 p in Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass. for Jeilress 0 00 p m 4 1") a m Ft. and Pass. I'm Jettress Arrives i i. A: N. I. K. I Leaves Durham. Depot, foot (Corcoran St. Durham. I Mail and lOxpres 1035 am 4 HO p ra I Mail and K. press I Freight and Passenger 5U0pm i) tra m I Freight ami Passenger Arrives I L, 4i I). K. K. I Leaves Durham. I Depot, font Dillard St. Durham. I14ilam I Mail Irom Lynchburg I 2 f5 p m til'ipni Ft. and Pass. from L'g 7 00am HOl'KS I (Mi CLOSING MAILS AT DUR HAM I'OSTOFFICK. Coldsboro and Creensboro express train No. 11 South and West at 7:40a. m. Keysvilleand Kaleigh It. P. O. train No. 14 East Durham and Kaleigh at 9:15 a. m. Henderson and Durham H. P. O. train No. 38 - North and Fast N.C. and Va.at 10:15a.m. Coldsboro ami Greensboro 11. P. O. E. train No. li-Fast and South N. C, S. C. and Fla. at L'M.'i p. in. Lynchburg and Durham It. P. O. train No. 2 -North and West at 2:25 p. m. Coldsboro and Greensboro H. P. O. "W. train No. ii North. South and West at 7:15 p. in. Keysville and Kaleigh K. P. O. train No. 15 North and West at !:00 p. m. i.'oldsboro and Greensboro express train No 12 - Kaleigh at 9:00 p. m. Hours of Collection from Street Letter Itoxes. Ijcneral !::)5 a. m., 11:20 a. ra. and 6:50 p. m. Ibisiness Section 7:40 p. m. HAVE Y0DR CLOTHING Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired AT THE Steam Dying ana Sconriig Works Next Door to Salem Postollice, WINSTON-SALKM, N. C. Gentlemen's Goats, Overcoats, PANTS ANI VESTS Mcanod, Dyed and Pressed K'lunl in Appearance to New. LADIES' DRESSES Cleaned and Dved. ALL WORK GUARANTEED! Ail (Joods Received by Express Promptly Executed and Ue turned on Short Notice. W. H. BOGER, Prop'r. PLASTICO! For nicest ami best WALL FINISH ! USE PLASTICC. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S joneral Hardware and Stove Store, Srln AirPnt fnr TUati in Dnrhum JJU. J. J. THAXTON, With fifty years' experience as a General practitioner, tenders his services to the citi ons of Durham. His specialties: Mucous brnt,8.G1nds and Nerves (females in fw,.u .J' IndlKestion, Bronchitis, Scrofula, HPr,ptationr.aud Headache, Secondary and ioW o,hy Dl8ea9Te3- Home at C. M.llern hnM u0lilc.e over Jones 'Jewelry Store. Office to 4 p ' w K l0ck ' m" to 12 m- and from 2 P- - SIOUX MORTUARY CUSTOMS. Teri-iMe Sc-ir-Torture Inflicted by Both Ilravea and Sqaaws. The Dakota Sioux paint a corpse red across the mouth, the hand black, with the thumb on one side of the mouth. A Sioux, says the St. Louis Republic, never cries with pain and never exhib its alarm at death or shows fear of any kind. Tne medicine bag is placed cn the heart. There is little or no prepar ation foi death. The corpse is blanket ed, boxed and buried with the head to the south, whence they believe the3' orig-inally came. A person who has been murdered by one of their own tribe is always buried face down, with a fat piece of pork or bacon in the mouth to prevent the spirit of the mur dered person from scaring- the game from that section. A kettle of food is sometimes placed at children's gTaves. Girls eat the food out of it at girls' graves and boys at boys'. The scalplock is cut off, hung- up in the lodg-o and considered "keeping the ghost." Formerly these Indians buried in a tree or on a platform, and burial in the ground was a disgrace. They even sometimes carried the dead body of a person with them on their journeys. The most cruel mourning is practiced. The squaws hack themselves to pieces with stone flints until they are covered with blood. The braves run sharpened sticks through their flesh un til the scene is fairly sickening. A sin gle scalp avenges the death and stops the mourning. While they mourn they never laugh, wash or comb their hair. They also have what is known as the "ghosts' gambol." The Minnataree In dians, of Dakota, cut off their fingers for the dead till the whole gTourid is strewn with them. They are invari ably buried in a green blanket, though they never wear gTeen when living. PUSSY DIED OF GRIEF. Her Only Friend Was a Murderer Whom She Followed to the Scaffold. Ellis R. Smith, the only republican sheriff Pettis county has had since the war, and the only sheriff that has ever executed a criminal during the criminal history of that county, was relating his experiences as an officer to a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "I wit nessed quite a peculiar thing in the jail at Sedalia last year," he remarked. "I had the very unpleasant duty of offi cially removing- an old man by the name of Tom Williamson, who had been con victed of a triple murder. About two months before the day of the execution the old man asked me to g-et him a young kitten to raise. I did so. An at tachment grew up between the two that was certainly remarkable. If at any time I happened to lock the old man up in a cell without the cat, she would raise such a disturbance that I would have to lock her up with him. They were together day and night. When the day of execution rolled around, the cat appeared to be the chief mourner and brought up the rear of the death march to the scaffold. When the trap was sprung, the cat walked back into the jail and, after walking up and down the corridor for an hour, pounced upon old man Wil liamson's cot, where it remained for a week, refusing to eat or drink. About eight days after the execution I deter mined to remove her. When I attempt ed to frighten the cat off, I discovered that she was dead. I actually believe she grieved herself to death." PROGRESS IN BURGLARY. Safe-Cracking: Has Itecome a Science and the Jimmy Is Obselete. Burglary is a trade. It has its tricks, its tools, and its ups and downs. It is a trade which, according to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, is continually changing and improving. Methods of high-class burglars that were in vogue twenty years ago are hardly known now. The thief's "jimmy" is out of date. Safe-blowing has given way to safe-cracking. Four or five men, with a few sticks of dynamite, rob a train nowadays as easily as twenty men, armed to the teeth, did it a dozen years ago. But in spite of the changes the motto of all low-grade crooks is: "The way to steal is to steal." They em brace every opportunity, and steal whenever they can, often making a bnngling job and getting nipped. After a few terms in the penitentiary, how ever, they are no longer low-grade crooks, but have become educated pro fessionals. The penitentiary is their school. There they are taught all the improvements of the "trade," and there many burglars' devices are invented by brainy but vicious men. English Farm Hands. When, as rarely happens, English farm laborers come to this country, they find it extremely difficult to accommo date themselv es to the current American custom of eating but three meals a day. An English maid servant and nurse who lived to be more than a hundred years old averred that she had always been accustomed to "a dew bit and break fast, a stay bit and dinner, a nommet. a crummet, and a bit after supper." Extra meals are common enough durin j the harvest season in this country. The hasty breakfast at half -past three in the morning is followed by a "stay bit" at eight o'clock and by a luncheon be tween the noon-day dinner and the after-sunset supper. In parts of south ern Pennsylvania the dinner hour is eleven o'clock in the morning, and it would not be difficult to show that Americans living on the same meridian are dining all the way from that hour until seven in the evening. The great mass of country folk still dine at noon. Curious Death Customs of iji. The Fijians believe that in case a marriageable youth or maiden dies without having gone through with the elaborate nuptial knot-tying ceremony of the islands his or her soul is doomed to wander about forever in an inter mediate region between heaven and helL When anyone dies, man, woman or child, a whale's tooth is placed in the hand of the corpse, the missile to be thrown at the tree which stands as a gmide post to point out the road that leads to Ileaven and the one that leads to hell. An Unpardonable Offense. A young woman condemns herself in the eyes of good society who is observed to enter alone with a young man a place for public refreshment, be the restaurant or tearoom ever so select. Bred under other conditions of a society so neces sarily varying as that in our broad America, a stranger visiting New York, for instance, might readily and inno- J cently make a mistake of this nature, and blush at finding herself condemned for it. In the same category of offenses is ranked that of maidens visiting places of public amusement under the escort of young men alone. Many parts of tho south and west al low this to be done with the smiling con sent of good society, but in eastern cities it is considered a violation of the code of good form, Jtnd for the comfort, if not the convenience, of the girl considering it, had better bo ranked among the lost privileges ujoii which social evolution may look back with fond regret. Mrs, Burton Harrison in Ladies' Home Jour nal. The Oldest Woman Voter. Mrs. Catherine Stearns, an inmate of the Aged Woman's home in Boston, is distinguished as being the oldest living woman voter in this country. She was born on June 28, in the year 1S00, at Georgetown, Me. Mrs. J. WatsoD, 1022 Arizona St, Pbilade'phia, Pa., says: I think Dr Bull's Cough Syrup is a splendid remedy I had to cough night and day and one bottle relieved me wondefully." ONE KIVJOY Both the method and results -when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, it3 many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mosl popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable dnfggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one whr wishes to try it. Lo not accept an) substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, Ki. A'IV YORK, N.Y. to act as our agent. We furnish an expensive outtit and all you need free. It costs nothing to try the business. We will treat you well, and help you to earn ten times ordinary wages. Both sexes of all ages ran live at lionie and work in pare time, or all the time. Any one any where San earn a great deal of moiipv. Many have made Two Hundred Dollars si Month. 'No class of people in the world are making so much money Without capital as those at work for us. Business pleasant, strictly honorable, and pays better than any other ottered to agents. Vou have a clear field, with no competition. We equip you with everything, and supply printed directions for beginners which, if obeyed faithfulh , will bring more money than will any other business. Im prove your prospects ! Why not i Vou can do so easily and surely at work for n. Reasonable industry only necessary for absolute success. Pamphlet circular giving every particular is sent free to all. Delav not in sending for it. GKOlKiE STINSON & CO., i;ox No. 488, Portland, Me. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and see up. OfFce. next to Wright 4 Merrick8 barler shop. Main street. it. c. no WELL & CO., Durham. N.C. .'J, J '" ." THE GREAT PROGRESS OF ELECTRICITY. Medical & Surgical Institute for the Treatment of Chronie, Private. I'riuale. and all Kurfrical Iie- C'l'BE Ul'AKAXTEEU in all caes arranged and taken. Scni foar cents in stamps for bo;!-c on above diseases, and h-.v to "cure them. Call or address. rr iinrnT r rum 0 rft isi j&nc? s Hrntion tku paper, kneiiille. T(nn. University of North Carolina! Instruction is offered in four general course of study, six brief courses, a large number of special courses, and in law, medicine and en gineering. The faculty includes twenty teach ers. Scholarships and loan'funds are available for needy young men of talent and character. The next session begins September 1. For cat&lotrue with full information, address PRESIDENT WINSTON, Chapel Hill N.C. WE mm W : -- , Is Life Worth Living? That depends upon the Liver. If the Liver is inactive the whole sys tem is out of order the hreath i had, digestion poor, head dull or aching, energy and hopefulness gone, the spirit is de pressed, a heavy weight exists after eating, with general despondency and the blues. The Liver is the housekeeper of the health; and n harmless, simple remedy that acts like Nature, does not constipate afterwards or require constant taking, does not interfere with business or pleasure dur ing its use, makes Sim mons Liver Regulator a medical perfection. I have tested its virtues personally, and know tluit for Dyspepsia, Hiliou3nt'S.s and Throbbing Headache, it is tho best medi cine the world ever saw. Have tried forty other remedii 3 liofore Simmons Liver Ifejmlator, and nn- of them jrave mo.-. than temporary r li-;f. but the lieul-itw not only relieved but cured. ii. H. Jonb, Mucon, Ga. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE ! Tweive Years of Established Merit ! NOTE OF WARNING! TO THE PUltLIC: Dwioht, 111., April 30, 1892. As a matter of justice to ourselves and to the reputation of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley's Double Chloride of Gold remedies, for the cure of the liquor, opium, morphine and tobacco diseases and Neurasthenia, we warn the public that these remedies are used by n institution or sanitarium in the United States except those established by oui com pany under the uniform name of "The Keeley Institute." All others claiming to ue our remedies are frauds and im posters. We have now sixty Keeley Institutes es tablished in various parts of the United States where the Keeley treatment is ad ministered and the Keeley remedies sold. We, however, caution all to examine well and know that they are dealing with genuine representatives, authorized by us, lefore taking the treatment or purchasing remedies. The fraudulent establishments use the name of "Bi-Chloride of Gold," or similar titles. The newspapers do not discriminate suffi ciently to know that they are imitators, and so put down all accidents occurring at such establishments as being brought about by the Keeley treatment. This is a matter of much concern to us, hence this warning. Respectfully yours, THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO. Curtis J. Judd, Sec'y and Treas. The Keeley institute at Greensboro, X. C, is the only one in the state, and all repre sentations that there is in the state any cure that is identical with, or the same as, the Keeley Double Chloride of G( Id Cure are malicious, false, and made for the purpose of deceiving. We learn with indignant regret that such claim is being made, and feeling that if it be hurtful to us it will prove more disastrous to those who are deceived tliercby, we sound this warning. The Keei.ky Institute, Greensboro, N. ('. J. W. IIUTCHINS AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FEESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY IJEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. SHKQ FG3. CATALOGUE. LAWN TENNiJi D"V RIFLES, 3 FISHIH6 S3 TACKLE. lOTy GIRLS' Jtl. Krty, Brak. fiatr4a.SI3.8Q !OU-DrLOP PSEl ATIC8frtr:Urt flSO... 00.00 ..r. e-ithiu ;.. li cm., a it.jLut : st30.00 DIAL 8I5SL1 fcC. It r . 10 6.60 IBACHAB BnafrlHi. IS 8 lb.. LUIfiO: KM 33. OO i.C. MEACHAM ARMS CO.. ST.UUllli BUILD A HOME! BL'T BEFORE DOING SO SEE C. H. NORTON, Contractor and Huildcr. He will save you money, do good work and suit you. He will be pleased to give figures and estimates ia any part of the state. Address him or call on Lim eer dukiiam, x. c. &l IS SE2 tr ft What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta and Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty ycars use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. " Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told cue of its good effect upon their children." Da. Q. C. Osgood, Lowell, Ma&s. " Castoria is the best remedy for children cf which I am acquainted. I hope the day ia not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Da. J. F. Kincheloe, Conwaj-, Ark. The Centaur Company, T7 li Is fe Ti i ran IE HIVE THE TOOLS, YOU DO THE REST Dixie and V. F. Plows will Turn the Soil at Cheap Rates. We also offer Spades, Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Etc. Our line of Builders' and General Hardware is Com plete, and AVe call Special Attention to our line of Paints, Floor and Furniture Stains for Spring use. All at Lowest Prices, at Lloyd's Hardware Store Alain Street, Durham, N. C. Established 1517. MAN UF ACT UK fcltS OF AND WHOLESALE DKAI.KItS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools ron MACHINISTS, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, CONTKACTOKS FOK Keating by Steam or Hot Water. MANCFACTUK:r.8 OF All the Most Modern Sanitary and improved Appliances. 8. W. HOLM AN, Manager, Where a full Stock of all such Goods will be kept constantly on hand and for ale at lowest Richmond prices. SPECIAL NOTICE! pin-m-hin Gas and. Steam fitting-. ! Backed by the long and extensive experience of tie above named gentlemen, I am orepared to contract for all kinds of Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, and to execute the same with the assistance of the most skilled Mechanics from their establishment. Give us a call. S. W. HOLMAN, Manager, n PMpf (MHMV "Pi' "P ijJJjT? Castoria. " C-MVria is well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. " Our physicians in the children's depart ment havo spoken hiRhly of their expert ence in their out&ide practice with Castoria. and although we only have among our medical supplicc what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." UMTXO IIOSriTAL AMD DlSPKKSAKT, Boston, Mass. Aixsn C. Smith, Pres., Murray Street, New York City. o- k FREE TO ALL: ;r- N'3v illustrated Catalogue or Plants, Roses, Bulbs, Vines, Shrubs, Ornamental Trees, Small Fruits, Grape Vines, Seeds, etc., will be mailed Fkee to all applicant. 100 pages. Most com plete Plant Catalogue published. Satisfaction Guarantied. 20 ROSE HOUSES. 45 GREENHOUSES; 30 ACRES NURSERIES. Address HAUZ &TJEUUER, LOUISVrLLE. KY. 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