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THE DURHAM DALLY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3.
m SO HflPPV ! BOTTLES OF i . i . vrii me of a severe Blood trouble. . h. s also caused my hair to grow out :: been falling out by the ' r trying many physicians .. 3 happy to find a cure in ;. II. Elbkkt, Galveston, Tex. 'J ILF hyforcinjr out perms of dis tUK L0 ease and the jKi.-oii as well. It ii entirely vegetable and harmless. C J. on H11 and .Skin mailed free, a win Htucivic Co., Atlanta, Ga. ifAPAKESBj GUBE ! r.,r ii,-t Treatment, consistiDij of I'KIJ.S, Caj.i-uie of Ointment and twr :,f;ii it. A n-ver-failinf Cure for Pile .ture 'iiid d'trree. It rniikei anoperatior or mjectionn of rarbollc acid, whict ... : -'-.flora a irnianent cure?, and often .;-;ith, uunweh-ary. Why endur hie disease? We guarantee 3 cure any case. I'm only pay for . -..1 ?I a box. fi for $5. Sent by real!. . .i-'l by our fluent. V: tefi s to CONSTIPATION i j 11. and STOM AClf KEO 17LATC rsven'cd, sr Pellets LTOK and I'll'K Utntill ..! .....I .1... ... ' a lasted for chiltlrei: 501O4 u m. VLAKHY, Ihuham, N. C. The Fundamental Principle of Life Assurance protection for the family. I 'iilortunatclv, however, the beneficiaries of life assurance are often deprived of the pro vision made for them, through tlie loss of the principal, by following bad advice regard in j its investment. Under the Tontine Installment Policy of The Equitable Life yon are provided with an ab solute safeguard against snch misfortune, besides securing a much larger amount of in surance for the same amount of premiums paid in. For facts and figures, address W. J. RODDEY, Manager, fur the Curtlinus. Rock Hill, S. C. CEZ WHAT MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY wn.i. no nil: NURSING MOTHERS And Female Troubles! M.-jm-sv.-II V. O., Mecklenburg Co., Sept. 4. -. M m, .lor I Vrson : M n vm Four j rars airo I took violent cold, wlui h i Ited jn c,)uir).sy, and alter su tiering HlirmM doitth, yot relieved ; hut ala.s ! the dis-mm- was iti my system, ami liually culminated in a womb trouble which caused me rreat Mittrriiitf that winter and 8prin.r. I could M-an-fly dinr around, and was ottcn so miser ab. would pray to die. 1 herj.red my hus band to lt-t me try your Keinedy. He bought iKf oiif .... and it has made a perfect cure ot ni". It ii also cured me of Indigestion, and t hi the mi. ice, alter the birth of live of my fliil'Iirnl would nearly lose the use of my arm. and sullrred untold airony with Khema-ti-!uand .Neuralgia. I have not been troubled w it Ii eit her with my last two children. 1 keep a bold,, of the Keiuedy in the house all the time. My husband says it is better than a '!"e!or. With all my other children I had Meat trouble with them during dentition. 1 1 t : trutlitully sav, never did children cut teeth with so much ease and as little trouble a my last two have. Whenever 1 fee any - n ot t heir teething 1 commence taking the heiiie.lv. It keeps my stomach and bowels Hl irand in a healthy condition, and seems t 'li.ur the same etleet on theirs. It is cer tam; t he best Tonic leertri-d. A few doses ui i iiaee me up and make me feel llkea new pei. 'ii. Yes, publish any part of my letter that w;il help your cause in the least. 1 hate I'tibii. ,1V. but If my experience with the ltcni- w i i be the means of others trying it, I am wiiiin,' tor the public to know the good it has ' "He me .m l mine. May (Jod bless you ! I am verv t ruly. i us. Aiixkh Alexander. 1 or x,.,- ,y lhirham druggists. N. M. John--oii ( ..., w hoiesale agents, Durham. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTIU'lTOU OF .1 usic aiu jiiippi 0 D l'HIVATK I.l.s-sONS ON Piano, Onran, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Band or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to ordei for any combi nation of instruments. Private conversational lesson. in French and German. oung ladies attended at their residence. ittisfactioa and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. t kk ms ki;asonahle. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, N. C. f ,., : i. A BACHELOR'S MUSE. NO LACK OF SENTIMENTALITY IN A DULL MAN'S REVERIE. An Estimate of Women That Appears Lu dicrous to the .Student of Changing Con ditions A Few Criticisms and Remind ers For the Single Man. However little may le the logic dis played by those who argue against equal rights, it i.s certain that there is no lack of sentimentality on their side. In "A Bachelor's Reverie" the bachelor la ments the fact that woman's work now Ls whatever she chooses to select and sighs for the old fashioned woman who had no ambitions. Judging from an other part of the reverie the old time woman had ambitions, but they were scrictly of the domestic order. Her first ambition was to be a wife, second a mother, third a mother again, fourth again a mother, fifth once more a mother, sixth a mother, seventh a moth er, eighth a mother once more, ninth a maternal parent, tenth a parent on the mother's side, eleventh, 'twelfth and thirteenth ditto, ditto, ditto. These numerous but rather monotonous am bitions were cherished, it is to be sup posed, in memory of the Emperor Na poleon, who once informed Mme. de Stael that "the finest woman is the one who gives the most children to her coun try." This estimate of women, which may be called the Dorking hen estimate, is ludicrous because it is the limitation of a limitation. It is safe to assert that the ernieror's famous saying is in great er favor with bachelors of dreamy tend encies than with parents of practical minds. The most enthusiastic mother builds up her hopes on the quality, not the number of her offspring, and the best mothers train their girls for moth erhood no more carefully than they train their boys for fatherhood. "Life approaches its sere and barren stage," continues the dreamer, "when man is forced to meet loveliness in the guise of a competitor." It does seem un fortunate that loveliness should occa sionally have to compete, but if her hus band does not support her or if she has no husband she must choose between be ing a competitor with a man or a finan cial dependent on him. Sere and bar ren as it may be for man to meet loveli ness in the guise of a competitor, it is even more sere to be forced to meet the samo loveliness in the guise of half a dozen ablebodied feminine dependents. "The young girl," muses the bachelor, "with a mind divided between office and love could never be the embalmed es sence of all that is adorable, the inspi ration to all that is worth living for." That depends entirely on the girl. It is a foregone conclusion that her mind will not be divided very long. If she decides on the office, she may be come the embalmed essence of all that is clear headed and true hearted, the in spiration to all high thinking and right doing. If she prefers the other alterna tive, the fact that she once aspired to office will broaden her interest in affairs, rescue her from the narrow mindedness which is too often the accompaniment of a monotonous domestic routine and keep her thoughts securely above tatting and tattle. We have no grudge against the em balmed essence of all that is adorable. Accompanied by a large mental grasp, an accurate knowledge of what is being thought and done by the world's best thinkers and workers and a livelier in terest in the universe than in one small person inside of it, the embalmed essence would be rather taking. Otherwise it amounts to no more than so much blanc mange. Just before rousing from his reverie the bachelor points out that several wo men in the world's history have endeav ored to meddle in its affairs and always with deplorable results. It would be easy to give a larger list of women who had been political benefactors, but such an argument is no more worthy of con sideration than the argument that be cause there are hypocrites in the church therefore the church is rotten, or that because there are quacks physicians should not be trusted, or that because there is bad money in circulation one should empty one's pocketbook into the fire. But we are taking the reverie too se riously. Dreams, however fantastic, are always laughed at when the sleeper awakes and by no one so heartily as by the dreamer himself. Wives and Daugh ters. A Punctilious Man. A card should be turned down at the upper left hand corner when a call is made in person and the recipient is not at home. An amusing case of the punc tiliousness with which this rule is ob served in Europe is that cf an old Span ish gentleman who went to pay his de votions at the shrine of a saint, but dis covered that the church was undergoing repairs and that there was no priest offi ciating at the altar. Unwilling to lose credit for his devout intentions, he drew a visiting card from his pocket, and care fully turning down the corner reverently deposited it on the altar. San Franciscc Argonaut. Adiice to a Would De Lawyer. A correspondent asks, "How would you advise a young man of moderate means, desiring to become a lawyer, to proceed?" We would advise him not to proceed. Of course if he shows signs of becoming a good and great lawyer, he might projerly borrow money, make his way to the bar and repay the loan as he can. But for most men of moderate cir cumstances who seek, as you do, "free legal education," our advice is to give up the idea. There are enough poor law yers now. There are too many lawyers, for that matter. Very few can do more than earn their salt. New York Sun. Hi HecouuumJatlon. Priscilla Tell me honestly what qual ification has your fiance for a husband? Prunella Experience. He has been married three times before. Vofirue. A Singular Coincit!er.r-. "I am not a fatalist." s-.M T. Henning, "but occasional! v I run acro3 it. i things that puzzle a great deal. Not long ago Dr. Tom Hewitt of Leadville, Colo., died. Hewitt was somewhat of a fatalist and believed in a great many things that I didn't. Omens and har bingers of evil he was much given to be lieve in. You have undoubtedly heard stories of people dying and the clock stopping at the same time, or some nu merical of its face popping out. Hew itt had a sign in his office window in his residence which read, 'Dr. Tom Hewitt.' It was composed of 11 white letters glued to the pane. Hewitt took sick about 16 months since. A few days after his illness I noticed that one of the white letters had dropped off and was ?one. The illness of the doctor caused the family to forget most everything else, and so the letter, was not replaced. "A month later Hewitt was still sick, ind I noticed a second letter was gone. He lingered along, up and around now, and then sick again, for a period. Mean time the white letters were not replaced. Month after month went by, and every racceeding month saw a letter disappear. Hewitt noticed it, and then he would not ajlow them to be replaced. After over 10 months of sickness, and when 10 of the letters had disappeared Dr. Tom got an extra severe spell of illness and died. The morning after his death I visited the house and noticed as I passed in that the last letter was gone." St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Noise From a Toad. It is a matter of common observation that the loudest sounds are not always made by the largest animals. The roar of the lion exceeds in sonorousness the cry of the elephant. Any one who had only heard without seeing a bullfrog might well suppose that its fearful voice breaking the silence of the night must certainly come from the throat of an an imal of formidable dimensions. But perhaps the most remarkable case of vocal power in an animal is that re lated by a recent traveler in the high lands of Borneo. He was informed by natives that they had heard a tiger roar ing in the neighborhood. Such news is always startling to a stranger in the jun gles of the east and hardly less so to the natives. An investigation was accordingly set on foot, which resulted in the discovery that the alarming roars had been emitted by a toad! This toad of Borneo, how ever, was by no "means an ordinary mem ber of the family. It measured no less than 14 J inches around the body. That the natives should not have rec ognized the true source of the sound shows that the existence of such toads was either unknown to them, or that, at any rate, they had never discovered the remarkable vocal capabilities of the ani mals. Youth's Companion. Three Curious Words. Filibuster, freebooter and buccaneer are words curiously interrelated. The French and the English sea adventurers once made common cause against Span ish settlements in the new world, and all three of these words came in time to de scribe the rude sea soldiers who de spoiled the Spanish main and tho towns upon the coasts of the Spanish posses sions. Filibuster is said to be the result of an attempt to make a French word of freebooter, and the English borrowed it back from the French because it sounded less frankly brutal than the English word. Buccaneer was originally French in form, and it meant at first one who hunted the boucan or wild cattle and hogs of the West Indies; then one who made jerked meat of their flesh, and finally, because this meat was used to provision the ships of the sea rovers, a filibuster or freebooter. New York Sun. An operation or injections of carbolic acid are extremely dangerous. Try Jap anese pile Cure. " Positively guaranteed bv W. M. Yearbw MSttt:arities1 hoOKUrXQ W'OM A N ' yMA I LED FXEE IfiRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.; Atlanta. Ga PLA8TIC0 ! For nicest and best WALL FimiSH ! USE PLASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole Agent for Plastico in Durham. 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 Lath. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright 4 Merrick'8 barber shop. Main street. H. C. UOWELL & CO., . Durham. N. C Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant r.nd refreshing to the taste, and acts penlly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanse3 the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of it3 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, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on Land will pr cure it promptly for any one v.I wishes to try it. L)o not accept substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, N.Y. I. W. DU1UIAM. T. L. ELLIOTT. DURHAM & ELLIOTT, Monumental Works ! 231-235 West Trado St., CHARLOTTE, N. C. 417-419 FayettOYille St., RALEIGH, N. C. Correspondence Solicited ! J. C. WILKERSON, a:i:nt and salksman, DURHAM, N. C. TOE BEST IN THE WORLD BULL DU SHCKIHG GET THE 6ENUINE AOXE OEXriXE "WITHOUT THE rrafle-Mark of the Pull on Each Paciaga Situated in 'he immediate Section of Court jy that produces a grade of Tobacco, that ir exture, flavor and quality is net grown els where in the world, and being in position tc iocimand the choice cf all offerings upon thk narket, we spare no pains nor expense to gnu he tado THE VERY BEST. SOLID Through Tra:ns FHOSJ- nun), sl lis m mm -TO- Kansas City, St. Joseph, DEXVEK, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. ! Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! 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