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i JUS mnniAM OAliY UJLOiiJi, SATURDAY, MAKCH 25.
MYES AND LAZAKUS ! Continued from First Page. there is not a fitter man in Durham county. Who took hold of Durham, the measley abandoned child of 18G.1, and by push and inflexible honesty put it upon the sound basis of its present success V Uncle Iiuck Jilackwell. Uncle Buck has met with re verses of fortune; friend?, so called, who flattered and smiled upon him in the days of his prosperity, now give him the cold shoulderingratitude, forever hide your hideous face! Both Durham and the democratic party own Mr. Blaekwell the homage due a faithful friend ; they should now hand somely recognize that fact by urging his appointment to the oflice in question, and thus recompense the "P'ather of Dur ham." L. D. Vann. Mrs. J. Watson, 1022 Arizona St, Philadelphia, I'a., says: I think Dr. Bull's CouL'h Syrup is a splendid remedy I had to cough night and day and one bottle relieved me wondefuuy. Tourist'-. Hills Are the very latest style all colors and prices for both men and boys, are on ex hibition at the Di;kha.m Supply Co. REPUBLICANS WILL WIN. The .Senate Not to he K-orH'"',',l l iilil Decern ler. Washington, March 21 The indica tions at present do not point to a pro tracted tight in the senate over the re organization of the elective officers. If the statements of some of the democratic senators can be taken as an index to their feelings on the question they will capitulate without much of a struggle. There appears not to be a consuming de sire to enter into any protracted debate that will prolong the present extra ses sion beyond the time when the president will have notified the senate that he has no further communication to make; ami certain weli known senators have said that they intended to leave the city re gardless of whether there was a reor ganization or not. The republicans say they will insist upon a ftrict following of the precedents and if they have the strength to stand up for that resolution it looks as if they would be able to force the democrats to hold off until the com mencement of the regular session. Sen ators on both sides of the chamber are preparing to leave the city, and it is not unlikely that immediately after the de cision of the contested election cases there will not be a quorum of senators in the city. Some Foolish People, Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond t lie reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be in duced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would im mediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price iiOeand $1.00. Trial size free. At all druggists. You'll Have :i Fit ii vou imy your spring suit irom us, we will see that it is a perfect lit before we let you go out of our store. ur clothing H stylish and pretty this season, am prices are so small that they are almos Otlt of sight. Dl KHAM Supply Co. HOKE'S FIRST DECISION. Secretary Muith Has Kcndered It is First I. ami Dec ision. Washington, I). C, March 24 Secre tary Hoke Smith to day rendered histirst land decision. It was the case of the Southern Pacific Railroad company and involved the right ot the company to lands within its granted limits and limits of grant to the Atlantic and Pacific, the railroad company basing its claims on the ground that the latter company never complied with the reiiuirements of its grant in the matter of locating its road and forfeiture of its grant in 1SSI. The secretary holds, however, that the South ern Pacific company had acquired no title to the lands in question under its grant ihis decision operates to open these lands, aggregating many thousands of acres in Southern California to settle ment and entry. The commissioner of the general land office is accordingly di rooted to take such steps as may bo neces sary to restore them to the public drniain. Ileallh brings happiness. Take Sim mons Liver Regulator ior stcmach, liver and kidney troubles. See the (ioods and You'll lie I'lt-axd. What a magnificent stoek of dress goods and trimmings we've got for you to seleet trom. No old. slow poky styles; no back nuinKis. Ail .are Hew. Irish and stylish. Di uiiam Srppi.Y Co. 1 mi: tbe month of February I tniuphi oi e U.ttle ot II. II. . tor my ti,in-ar old txy. who had what doctors term horeditarj Hood poison, and to my utter astonishim tit one dottle cured him. n February u y eldet son. twelve years of ae. was liteially coetvd with ujrly sores mi his les ainl a lerribh eruption on his head, lie w:is cured with twe botksot It lt.lt. As a quick biood eieansei it has no equal. .IAMKS MILL. Atlanta, tia. For several years I have leen sutTorinji from a constitutional Hood poison, which has resisted the treatment of our b-t physicians, and the use of the most noted medicines. I was covered with a copper colored erup tion all over my Udy and limbs, with loss ol appetite, excruciating in my back, achimrol m joints, general debility, emaciation, lulling off uf my hair, sore throat undercut nervous ness. I becarr.e iticicdulous. but Ninefold that It. M. I., was a sure enough blood puri fier and that it (lid not require a patent to use a kioss before he was cured, I commenced its use. Within two weeks' time I lelt improved. I have taken about ten hot tics ami leel as web and sprightly as any man. My appetite ami strength have returned and my hnir does not fall out. I do not hesitate to say that 11. II. It has no equal us a general blood purifier, ano and any one will use only one liottle will be convinced that it has no equal in these parts I still continue its use. as ir is a splendid tonic and keeps ray system in a tine condition. You have the liberty to direct any butlerer tome in pcr6on. K. P. U. JoNEi. Atlanta. Oa. A Card! Powell & Co. have increased their stock and can now furnish you anything in the ; grocery line you want. They are doing a rattling business for a beginning, and with the energy and vim these young men possess, they are bound to succeed. Their store and stock is kept neat and clean, and all their goods are fresh and new. Ah there ! Go there and you will get there every time. POWELL & CO., Manjnun Street, next to A. M. Kigsbee, head quarters for FAMILY GROCERIES, AND Leaders in Low Prices! Granulated Sugar, )l cent; Virginia Smoked Hams, lOi cents: California Hams, 14 cents; Breakfast Bacon, 15 cents ; Pure Lard and a full line of Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Preserves, Mince Meats, Jellies, Etc., Etc. All Orders Filled Promptly And Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Look to your interest and save money by dealing with POWELL & CO. A RARE TREAT. What Is rroiuised in the Nature of a I.ec ture in Durham Very Soon. Our people will be glad to know that the management of the Y. M. C. A. has secured the services of Addison Coffin, the well-known lecturer upon subjects . . .., -r, . J . connected wiin eastern travel, lie h promised to deliver his lecture, "The Land of the Midnight Sun," at the Y. M. C. A. hall next Tuesday night, the 28th inst., for the benefit of the association here and at Guilford college. All well-informed people who may at tend this lecture will find an intellectual treat, and those who are not well-posted in the customs and general civilization of the countries of Europe, Asia and Africa will find much to intensely interest them The admission fee has been placed at 25 cents, so as to ensure a large audience and give as wide opportunity as possible to the community as well as the associa tion to get the good of this lecture. We bespeak tor him a large and appreciative audience. 1 he many testimonials received daily by the proprietors of Salvation Oil, em phasizing its value as a cure for neural gia and rheumatism, furnish convincing proof of its great merits. It is par ex cellencc the liniment. The Cream of Cotton 1 asbioiidom Can be seen at the Durham Supply Co in zephyrs, ginghams, Irish lawns, dimities, organdies, satin glorias, j icon as, French printed swiss, and satir.es. Those who know when styles ripen first will be seen iround the counters that hold these beau tit" ul effects. Di kham St rri.v Co. AN EDITOR DEAD. The Fclitr.i- of the New York Mail :.i..l Ki press Fxiret. rsi:w ouk. Match 21 Col. Elliott F. liepard died at his residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon, lie was t he editor of The Mail ami Express Elliott Fitch Shepard was born in Jamestown, N. V , July 2., He was educated at the I niversitv of New York city, and being admitted to the har in l."Sf practiced law for several years lie was a colonel in the United States volunteer service during the war, b it his principle service was in organiz ing compnn-.es and regiments at home , ,. . ind sending them to the front, being most 01 me time in command of the vol f . . . . he founded the New York liar associa tion, and in lssji jie purchased the New York Mail and Express and from then to now remaiutd its editor. He was known generally as one of the south-hatincr northern editors. Coughs and colds kept off by taking Simmons Liver Regulator to regulate the system. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Record of Current Kvents In the City and Vicinity. Lee Davis, an old Durham boy, ar rived to-day is welcomed by many friends. Seed sweet potatoes are scarce and high but II. II. Markham can supply you if you will notify him at once. Impersonations from Oliver Twist the last in the Trinity series, by Mr. Loscy this evening at Stoke3 hall. A large number of Sunday school workers from different sections of the state are here attending the J eachers institute. A young man wishes employment of some kind. Willing to work on small salary. References will be furnished. Address "B," this office. Fashion says that laces are to be extensively used on woolen dresses as well as printed fabrics and wash goods this season. A great assortment of both cheap and fine laces at the Dunn am Supply' Co. Rev. Clarence Greeley will preach in the chapel at Trinity college to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock, his theme being 'Christianity and Social Problems of the Day." He will also give a lecture at the college in Koom J, Monday evening. Public invited. The lecture by Mr. Losey the last in the Trinity series announced in last night's Globe for Monday evening, will be at Stokes Hall this evening instead The mistake occurred through the post ponement of Mr. Greeley's lecture at the college, which was put of! until Monday night instead of this morning, and a con founding of the two. Those who would enjoy an intellectual treat should hear Mr. Losey this evening. Why suffer with dyspepsia, biliousness or any disease of the liver when you can be cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. When IJuby -was sick, we pa', e her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, she gavetbt-.m Castoria. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors in the City. Warden Hicks was here this morning. Mr. S. T. Morgan returned to the city. Judge T. C. Fuller returned home to Raleigh to day. Major W. A. Guthrie went to Raleigh on the noon train. Mr. G. W. Watts returned from New- York last evening. Mrs. Norwood, of Chapel Hill, is visit- ing relatives in the city Mr. R. L. Freeman of Goldsboro, is Evangelist Schoolfield passed through to-day en route for Raleigh Mr. Ben Duke returned home yester day on the I). & N". train from a northern trip. Rev. N. M. Watson, pastor of the Meth odist church at Chapel Hill, is in the city to-day. Mr. S. M. Parrish, of Raleigh, is here attending the Sunday school teachers' in stitutes. Mr. W. S. Primrose, of Raleigh, presi- dent N. C. Home Insurance company, is in the cily Mr. Junius Fiench, the popular pro prietor of Hotel French at South Boston, Ya , is in the city. Messrs. N. B and J. M. IJroughton, of Raleigh, are in the city attending the Sunday school institute. MaJ- Arthur Spitzer, of Raleigh, who has been here for some days on business went home on the noon train. Colonel Oscar Smith, who has been on an extended through the south in the interest of Durhati manufacturer, returned home to day. Uest of All To cleanse the system in a p-emle a id truly beneficial manner, when the spring time comes, use the true ,and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs One bottle will answer for all the family and costs only 30 cents; the large size $1. Try it and be pleased. Manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co , only. Complete Manhood1 N 1 AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT M A medical work that tells the rau?e, jj K aesenbes tl.e ctlects, points the renieov. , Scienti:icaliy the most valuable, artWi- I I V n ir.i k 7 lU-lt T 111 YT l o I 1- ' i, fa11 v thoimi.; lu 11 1 i f 11 1 tv-1 ;,.o I 1. ... 14 published: litres, every pape bearinsra u half-tone i!lu-tration in tint? Subjects 2 Htreatet: Nervous I'ebUitv, Imjxten-y, u KSterilitv. Pevelomnent. VnHr-r' ti,. X Husband. Those Intending Marriage, etc. j! Evrry J.;f icho tr,,-:ll l r..-t- the Grand TrutUr. t ftth r;ain r.i..f. tJ.e Old Secret an I Vir Ins- , X cvreriestf .V dial S,'i nrr as afllie'l to Jfur- u H "-I'U icoull atue for jat full tig u H nn,i "'"id ft turf t'itfiilL. hm,ld write thin u N v:xrrnrrL little look. h U I' .u i11,1" ?nt free, under seal, while the M M edition lar-t?. ."state aire. And if u H or single. Address the nuhlUhoi-e u 'i ERIE MEDICAL CO.. 2 M BUFFALO, N. Y. jj j THE PENSION BUREAU. A IJines Man to He Commissioner of Pensions. Washington, March 24 Mr. Cleve land sa v few visitors to day, the regular cabinet meeting interfering. To one of thft callers. Representative Enloe. of Tennessee, he made an important state ment that he would appoint "no dema- FOfio nolitieian" to be commissioner of D I pensions. It is inferred from this sig nificant announcement that the president will annoint to the office of commis sioner of pensions a man more closely connected with business than with poll- tpntinn to divorce the ofiice from doH- f iro In far-1 hp hna PYnTPSsPfl niSin- tics and to select a commissioner who will conduct it purely on business pnn- cipals. A number of names for appoint ment to the commissionership have been presented to Mr. Cleveland. It is said he is proceeding wearily in the hope of selecting a man who can keep his skirts clear of unpleasant notoriety which has come to the office in recent years. I used Simmons Liver Regulator for indigestion, with immediate relief. O. O. Sparks, ex mayor, Macon, Ga. FISH FOR THE WORLD'S FAIR. The Commission Has IJegun the Ship ment of Fresh Water Fish. Washington. D. C. March 24 The United States fish commission has ship ped six carloads of salt-water fish from Morehead, N. C, via. the Chesapeake and Ohio, for exhibition in the aquarium building at the World's fair. President Ingalls, of the Chesapeake and Ohio placed the road at the disposal of the commission, and the Standard Oil com pany have furnished their tank cars fori tranporting these fish. The commission has begun the shipment of fresh water fish of all descriptions from various points in the West, and in a week the entire force will be engaged in trans porting them to Chicago. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, othce or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, Winkelmann's Diarrhoea and Cholera Remedy has proved its inestimable worth in the prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, cramps, etc. Service able under all conditions, and always ready for use ; is perfectly safe. Price 25 cents at all druggists AS WE GROW. The Itooin 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, lo 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. A veritable family medicine box, Beech- am s Pills. GOOD NEWS FOR EDITORS. statement of Postmaster General IJissell in Relation to Postmasters. Postmaster General Bissell stated yes terday that no editor was under an iron clad rule. "If a postmaster chooses to sit up un til late in the night writing editorials," he said, "we certainly will not object, nor will we if a postmaster writes any thing after office hours for a weekly pa per." Hoarders Wanted. Having made arrangements for more sleeping room, we are now prepared to accommodate a few more room boarders. Apartments pleasant and desirable, with in a block of the business part of town. Table the best the market affords. Centi:al Hotel, Main Street We Offer You a Remedy trhich Inturea Safety to Zie of Mother and Child, MOTHER'S FRIEND 99 Hobs Confinement of itg fain, Horror and Risk. Aftercgfngo!ibottIof Mother's Friend" I uffered but little p&in,and did uol experience that weakness afterward usual in such case. Krs. A5e Gage, Lamar, Mo., Jan. uth, U9L Sent Ly express, charge prepaid, on recetct of price. l-50 per boule. Hook to Mothers maUeU I BBADFIELD JIEGCL ATOB CO., ATULXTA, CA. BOLD BY ALL DBUGGISTS. WEAK ahb UNDEVELOPED Conditions of the hnm&n form saceesMuliy treated to develop, strengthen, enisrk-e all west, stunted. wticb have lost or never attained a prooer and natural size, due to t:l health, sbose. excesses, or -"I I" k . . A." " . " ? method aid Increased flow of bknl to anv r.srt nr,.i , vi eimplespparatns acting automatically, creates new tissue, tone and rigor by the same natural laws as luciraicnjoui iii nrenirtn r muscle Iriit .a rtro iiii'i ftA htf tifilAA...,!.. . . rnenns to do the same. INVESTIGATE --- - m. now s ciean t science from fraud. rite us for instructions, fall descrio. tion. proofs, references, etc AW sent you in plain will w-kmA wnAn Ha niit.UA . . j ubiic knows cfwir srtenci I tVX'VZrrZK EBIS MEDICAL C0.t BtTTriXO, K. Y Improvement the The Smith Premier Typewriter is now the recognized standard. We crnarantee to keen it in good order. Wo selling more-Typewriters in the two Carolinas than , - nnmhinpd. That is WnilSfi Wfi hrtVO tllP I ." i. ' - - Best Machine and the public We shall be much pleased to have your address if you hqq( l ntmo- MachlllC. COLUMBIA, S- C, KSGeneral Agents for North and South Carol inasS3I Jr l 1. r , r .: -, r .k .. -' I v .; ' '.V.,:Ci: S-nt! BEFORE AND AFTER t'SING. For SaleTi .Mar y W. M. Yearby. Relieves a. lants which zi.inp convenient tlZ'toany address afW ZSM BZFORE AITD ATTEE TJEING. ClUCUJVli l'KKU. Addreas ALItVL SEUlt CO., Chlcisco, III. For Sale in Durham, N. C, by Michaels & Co. and by W. M. Yearby, Druggists. MICHAELS & CO. GARDEM SEED! THE BEST AND FRESHEST! ALL Buy Now and Going to Buy A Dictionary? GET THE BEST. Fully Abreast of the Times. A Choice Cift. A Crand Family Educator. The Standard Authority. Saccesior of th lw editors emDloved. atf inn nnn T expended. rprlnu of ohnolete edition. JOHN C. WILKEKS0N, A (rent for the sale of Tombstones, Monuments VXD VAULTS. Parties in need vrill nlease kpp mp h- 'ore purchasing. If you fail to see me, JrP m- Postal and I will come to see you. tSf The lowest prices guaranteed. Pifessnd 1LLL PA KTlCl LAKs. Q- & C. MERRIAM CO., Publishers, J Sprinrfield. Mass.. TJ. 8. A. J Order of the Age! " know that now. '. ". s l OD RESTORED. ? T.' the wonderful rcv.u ly s!J i via i diseases such as Week Mcni ". vl, Nightly I-'.nnsion, F.il Dream 1 ;i--i.;idc. iill drains and lissf pw-r : caused I y ovi-r exertion, youthful : ir5 cr : tiinuhint. which stv-n lead . -i: ity, I'i't t:p convenient to carry i:; ; ) a ;c t auyaddn ss h-r $ 1 , or (( : : ru.-.rirtce t3 carecrrshnl tbo .?a:v;:z Hiztz csax:tco. irsvicrk. 11 " rsv i . . .t. i n."j .d.l Mailed on lleceipt of Price all sorrnrss of the tniirous inemlrane an rv curesGONOKRlK JiA and OI.hliT in I to$ diys. No other treatment necessary. Never cau'.e stricture or leaves any injurious after cticcts. I'rice. fx. Sold by drusfiits. BLOOD BALM CO., Pro't, Atlanta. Gi. MiwmmmmB "NorvoSoods." ten Ktiarnntee toetiro all nervom dlwafes. kucIi an Weak Jleniory, Io!n of lir:iln l'ower, lEeaducbe, W akel'u tnenn, UitMaa hood. Altfhtly Cmiiuiion, Quickness. Kvll lire a ma, Lack of Confidence, Aervousncus. laisl t ude, all drains and loss tit power of the Generative Orgfins In either pox canned by overexer tion, vonthfnl errors, or excessive uho of tobacco. odIiiiu ir stimn. soon lead to InOnnlty. Consumption and lnHanltv. 1'ut to carry tn vest po-ket. Sent by nin! In j.iuln packaco for 1, or for ($oV. (With every M5 order w.. .- Cve a written Kuarantee to care or refund the none v. 1 o- -0- o (Set the Choice ! THE PEST IN THE WORLD) n nftirwcirs-iBs uknuu ii ull i BULL SMOKING TOBACCO. it GET THE BENUINl AOXE GKVriXE AVITHOUT THE Trade-Mark of the Bull on Each Package. Situated in the immediate Section of Coun ;;y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that if texture, flavor and quality is not grown els where in the world, and being in position tf command the choice of alt offerings upon tMf market, we spare no pains nor exptnse toflr he tratfa THE VERY BEST. IIOLLOWAY'S BUSINESS SCHOOL ! It. R. Holloway, the ieclaliflt. ill orx-n a ruineM school in trie i . si V. A. hall tor twentv lMunni onlr. Tufcdir. March 2. hp' cial factory and lumlx-r aeta. Twenty leewn In book-keeping. ti.U0. Ikxk keeplDK pupi have free acceas to all c Lasses In penmanshH' Twenty lessons in penmanship. fiAi. Hour" . IkKjk-keepinsr, day claan, 2JU to 4 p. m.: jf class. ' to 1(J p. m.; penmanship, day clasa. i" 5 p. m.: niht claha, to 9 p. in.: daily eic-cp Saturday. Two irold medals will le awanlt one for best improvement in penmanship an one for beat penmanship. Terms : One-lourtn of tuition payable weekly. Keluction t''tDr. or more from one family. So reduction ior lost time unlets caused by protractelBlckrjf Specimens of penmanship free upon aiflK tion. Public referred to former pupils in r jrartl to my work. Pupils can enter at anj time. GUARANTEED DURHAM