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THE DU11HAM DALLY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3.
1 . If . - 4 ft- ' . c i v i I it : : ; X 1 ? ' i 1 f'v- 3 TOWN DADS MEET! The First Meeting of the New Com missioners. Two Policemen Are Gracefully Fired from the List. JUDGE FERRELL TO BE THE SEXTON AM tlie Committees Are Chosen and the OlJUe Are Filled Satisfactorily to All l'eople. Proceedings of the board of town com missioners at their meeting LeM Tuesday May 2, WXl.: Mayor-elect T. L. Peay was sworn into office by the retiring mayor. Mayor Pcav then administered the oath of oflice to the newly elected com missioners : Leo I). Heartt, T. Ii. Fuller, S. K. Carrington, J. S. Mangum, E. G. Line-berry, C. H. Norton and Y A. Sla ter. The mayor then declared the board or ganized and ready for the transaction of business. On motion, G. W. Woodward was re elected clerk and auditor by acclamation The following standing committees were elected : Finance committee Leo D. Heartt and T. P. Fuller. Committee on claims E. G, Lineberry and S. Ii Carrington. Street committee C. II. Norton, .1. S. Mangum and W. A. Slater. Market committee S. 11. Carrington, K. G Lineberry and J. S. Mangum. Water committee C. II. Norton, T. I). Fuller and J. S. Mangum. Fire committee W. A. Slater, S. Ii. Carrington and E. (J. Lineberry. Light committee T. 15 Fuller and S. Ii. Carrington. i Police committee J. S. Manigum and W. A. Slater. Cemetery committee E. G. Lineberry and W. A. Slater. On motion, it was ordered "that the board go into executive session for the election of oflicers which resulted as fol lows : J. A. Woodall re elec ted chief of police. Dr. N. M. Johnson- re elected health officer. Ii. C. Cox re elected tax lister. W. E. Wood, J. P. Cutts, W. G. Crab tree, A. .J. Weatherspoon, H. J. Brown and John C. Iiogers elected assistant police. J. T. Giddens elected market clerk. DuWitt Mangum, Jr. elected sanitary police. Junius Parker, city attorney. H. K. Ferrell, sexton. J. Ii. Patton, town treasurer. J. C. Michie, street commissioner. M. V. Ferrell, driver for Golden Belt I lose company. Sam Williams, helper at Duke Hoe company. W. C. liradsher re-elected chief of tire department ami superintendent of lire alarm. W. M. Morgan re elected trustee sink ing fund of Durham and Northern rail way. Commissioner Leo D. Heartt was elected town proxy to represent the town of Durham and vote its stock in meetings of the Durham and Northern Railway company and Oxford and Clarksville Railroad company. On motion, the following parties were granted license to conduct restaurant at their place of business : P. II. Smith, Mangum street. William Lyon, Peabody street. Will Macklin, Peabody street. George Macklin, Peabody street. Henry Geer, Mangum street. Elizabeth Roberts, Mangum street. W. M. Craig, Mangum street. William Overby, Mangum street. Frank Sears. Mangum street. Tin- ll;tuUoitiKt Lady in DurliHin Remarked to a friend the other d.tv that she knew Kemp's lialsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this ami convince you of its merit any druggist w ill give you" a Sample lioitie Free. Large size oOc ami $1. IT WAS TOO Ml C1I. tJrrensboro's tire department cost last year $t:il. tti. The cost to run the Durham tire de partment lor the same period was t:i.O.S.r;. Couldn't our city well afford to spend $I.'iU)or tJ.onj a yt.ar on h?r Hre department and thereby add to its ottieieney. There are im pro enieut and equipments needed, tor the want of which our department has been han -pored. What say the U-ard of ul.Iern.en? Greer. sburo Kecord. The figures furniM.ed by Durham were big. In fact too big. There was too much money squandered or expended, the first word being more nearly correct, by the Durham lire company last year. The service rendered did not warrant the expenditure. W hope that this year there will be more economy. At least that much money can be more judiciously expended. CUPID AGAIN. The Festive Colonel Does Work Kaln or Shine in This Community, At the home of the bride's parents on Chapel Hill street at 0 o'clock this even ing, Mr. J. P. Faucette will lead to the altar Miss Florence Weatherspoon, Rev. Mr. Tyree officiating. The ceremony will be witnessed by a small company of invited friends, with the following attendants. Mr. John Christian, Miss Lula McGee Mr. Fonz May, Miss Mamie Croom. Mr. Faucette is car inspector on the R. & D. road, and both young people are well known in Durham, where they have many friends who wish them much hap piness. When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effec tively on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cents and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Don't be talked into having an opera tion as it may cost you your life. Jap anese Pile Cure is guaranteed to cure you by W. M. Yearby. ALL ORGANIZED. The Lo;il Ifoarri of the United Tanking and Jiiiildiug Co. Is Organized. We take very great pleasure in giving the local board of the United Banking and Building Co., Richmond, Va , at Durham, N. C: OFFICERS. J. T. Pinnix, president. W. II. Proctor, vice president. E. C. Murray, secretary and treasurer. F. L. Fuller, attorney. BOAllD OF DIUECTOIIS. W. M. Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. D. Gorman, C. C. Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E. G. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, II. N. Snow, T. J. Winston. Ma.jou II. II. Rogeks, State Agent. Johnson's Oriental Soap is far superior to all the other so called medicinal soaps for beautifying the complexion. Sold by W. M. Yearby. AS WE GROW. The liooiii Now on Tho.se 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 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 j'ou 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 von to own one. Tomato Plants! Newest and best varieties, all pot grown, six to ten days ahead of plants pulled out of beds. Roses and everything for the garden. Orders for tomatoes and vege table plants may be left at Yearby's or niackiiall's store. R. IIiuiieud. A Had Crowd. News and Observer. Referring to the item from The Dun ham Globe about a crowd of thieves camping near Chapel Hill, we hope it may turn out that they are the same crowd that has been operating in the western suburbs of Raleigh. Some time ago we heard that a lot of men were staying in the woods west of the city, and we trust that this is the same gang They ought to have been overhauled while here; and if they are not the same gang, the woods west cf here ought to be scoured now. There should be more life and activity shown by those to whom is committed the custody of this vicinity. The series of house breakings on our suburbs should" have stirred the proper oh'icers up to a zealous discharge of their duties. Itotanic 11 od Ilulm U. It. II. has cured hundreds of cases cf Scrofu a. Eczema and other coutagi us blood diseases after other treatment had been trie-d and tailed. You do yourself and family fe-reat injustice unless you jrive this excellent remedy a trial. Send to H ood Italm Co.. Atlaa'a, Ca , for illustrated llook of Wonders" filled with letters from persons cured by H. D. II. Mr M. J. Uossman, Greensloro. Ga., writes: "1 have a lady trieud who ns been entirely SfiROFfTLA out of an ut?ly scrotulous. MV&tvr wua breaking out oi the skin, and the use of two bottles or 11. Ii. B. effected an entire cure. I know of several case's of blood diseases eured speedily by the use or IJ. 11. 11. E. G. Tiusley writes : My mother and sister used U. U. 11. tor scrofula and ulcerated gore SORFI THRflAT1 throat and received ouxld i nnua i more lrom iu use than all other remedies they ever used. THE MARCH OF PROGRESS! IMPROVED METHODS FOR "HE MAN UFACTURE OF BRICK. How llrick Are Made These Days at the Yard of Miller & Duke In the New Town of North Durham. Not many years ago the manufacturers of auger machines were quite well satis fied with the results of their labors in manufacturing and placing on the mar ket a style of machine the principle of which at this day stands without a peer. It is now in general use, and we can say that a far greater quantity, and for all practical purposes a much better quality of brick are being made to day with the auger machines than on any other style. Up to about ten years ago we were plod ding along contentedly on temporary yards, doing work with horse and mule that is now done by steam. This process has gained favor until a vast majority of the brick now made are made by this process. The excellence of the stiff clay brick is secured by the way it is-forced through the forming die and being cut off at the end. The advantages of these brick are, first : They are smoother and more uniform in size; the smoothness results from being forced with great pressure through a smooth, polished die; having but little water they do not shrink much; their smoothness enables the mason to make a smooth and perfect wall ; they are strong in resisting crushing strains and much stronger in resisting the tendency to crack by the settling of foundation of heavy building. Our company abandoned the idea some time ago that good brick could not be made from the ordinary run of clay, if taken direct from the bank and run through a machine without the assistance of a good pug mill to improve the quality of brick and tile. Our company has in vented a pug mill which has given the most flattering results. Although less than three years since first introduced, it has forced its way to popular favor through merit alone. If any reader of this should want to know more of the workings of the Mich igan brick and tile machine we would be glad to show it at work at Miller & Duke's yard, Durham, N. C, W. E. Mil ler, agent, or address Michigan Brick and Tile Co., Morenci, Mich. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Col. J. W. Alspaugh, of Winston, is here. Rev. here. N. M. Jurney, of Mt. Olive, is Dr. J. 15. Williams, of Oxford, is here to-day. Rev. F. L. Reid, 1). D , came up this morning. Mr. J. S. Carr returned home today from Virginia. Rev. 15. R. Hall, of Goldsboro, is visit ing in the city. Rev. T. J. Gattis returned from Rocky Mount yesterday. J. P. James, route agent, left on the shoofly this morning. Rev. W. T. iierndon, of Elon College, was here this morning. M. W. E. Miller left this morning for Waynesville to visit friends. Ex Solicitor I. R. Strayhorn, of Hills boro, was here this morning. Mrs. L. L. Pamplin is visiting her sister at McCombs, Miss., where she has gone for a two months' stay. TO ESCORT THE REMAINS. The Davis Funeral Cortege to lie Met at the State Border Line. His excellency Governor Carr yester day addressed the following letter to Gen. E. D. Hall: State okN. C. Executive Dep't. Raleigii, May 2, 1803. Gen. E. D. Hall, Commanding N. C. Con federate Veteran Association, Wil mington, N. C: Dear Sir Arrangements have at last been made in regard to having the re mains of President Jefferson Davis lie in state in the city of Raleigh for three hours on the 20th of May, and it is de sired that the occasion be marked by such ceremonies as will be in keeping with the dignity of this commonwelth, that the last mark of respect shown shall be equal to the love and esteem iu which his memory is still held by the survivors of the "Lost Cause." To this end, I have the honor to request that you ap point as your aids to meet the funeral cortege at the border line of ihe state and accompany it to the city of Raleigh and thence escort the remains to Rich mond, as many members of your associ ation as you see proper. If this is not practicable, will you then appoint two sets of aides frcm among your number, one set to accompany the remains through the state to Richmond, the others to act as aides in the city of Raleigh in escorting the remains from the depot to the capitol and return. I leave the matter of arrangements in detail to your own good judgment and ask you to communicate to me as speed ily as possible your action in the matter. I have the honor to be, sir. Very respectfully, Elias Cakk, Governor. A Clerer Tarrot. F. X. Zeigler of Columbus, Pa., has a parrot named Dick that is considered one of the family and is perhajis one of the most intelligent birds of its species in the world. Dick always takes a hand in household matters. If Mr. Zeigler's son does not get up in the morning at the usual hour to go to the office, the parrot will say to the girl, -'Call Clem," and he will insist on his command being obeyed. I recalled on one occasion when the family was earnestly discussing some local event Dick broke in as follows: 'Papa, do you love mamma?' "Yes, of course I do," replied Mr. Zeigler, when the parrot blurted out, "Oh, you old fraud !" New York Telegram. The Nervous System. The average weight of the brain of an adult male is 3 pounds and 8 ounces; of a female, 2 ixmnds and 4 ounces. The nerves are all connected with it directly or by the spinal marrow. These nerves, together with their branches and minute ramifications, probably exceed 10,000,000 in number, forming a "bodyguard" out numbering by far the greatest army ever marshaled. Popular Science Monthly. ICeady For the Worst. ""What! Smoking, Fred? Thought your doctor told you it would kill your' "So he did, and I quit. But at the end of a week I wanted to elie, so I'm smok Life. Men are made manly, the old made young and vigorous by Magnetic Ner vine. Sold by W. M. Yearby. 2o cents for a box of Eeecham's Pills worth a guinea. Wlit n D-Ly was sick, we ga- e her Castorla. Yhen she was a Child, she eried for Castoria. When she bearne Miss, she chins to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave theni Cai toria, Birds That Lay Four Eggs. The spotted sandpiper and killdeer plover, and I presume most of the other snipe and plover, lay four eggs at a clutch. The eggs are arranged in the nest or on the t are ground with their small ends together, and as they are pyriform in shape they join in to. perfection. The eggs of the snipe and plover groups are proportionately exceeding large for the size of the bird, and the saving of space by this arrangement undoubtedly an swers a purpose. Dr. Morris Gibbs in Science. N 11 AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT (( A medical work that tells the causes, u u describes the effects, points the remedy, u i Scientifically the most valuable, artisti- u linaii-ioue iiiusLianon in urns, cuujt'i'is u (treated: Nervous Debility, Impotency, i i Sterility, Development, aricocele. The u i Husband, Those Intending Marriage, etc. u Every Man who i'-nuhl knot? the Grand Truths, ij ie Main Facts, the Old Secrets and New Dis- ,! coverics Medical Science as applied to Mar- jj ( vied Life, uho vould atone for jtast follies u j and avoid future pitfalls, should write for this U H 1VOXD FHFl'L LITTLE LOOK. M It will be sent free, under seal, while the H M edit io: !:ist. Sr.". r.:v, and if married ii ( or du:,!o. .'Mi-c.'-c the publishers, M H ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, Tim Y. .--.vrV ;.r--ff -i. -V-. fik ii n a m tli mmimmmmm 6 i published: . pages, every page bearinp: a u a. in j 1 - . 1 . M Appreciating the varied wants of our patrons we are prepared to supply IGVGLES At all prices and for all classes of riders. We have a carefully selected line and our prices are popular. We want an Active Agent in every town in North Carolina. GQBJ!Sfl.I3E;S cE WITHERS, COLUMBIA, S. C- FMJHOOD Aorntlmalants which vSTCTwninicsrrjin BEFOBE 1ND AFTER l'Sl0. Address AUiVi: For Sale in Durham, N. C. WNCH w kcl:e- -arrs i jr cry. L Latk of 0. r.." i-r.ee. BEfOEX AJfD AFTER VSINO. For, Sale by TT. M. Yearbj. v a. rv. r jk. k ' - HALF PRICE SHOE, SLIPPER -AND- RIBBON SALE! People are being educated in this fas age in goods as well as books. Now to the point for honest goods, new goods and the best goods at half their value. Shoes are one thine when they are bought from old stocks that need a prop to eobble or vour foot may go through before you wear the shine off them, if they have any. Now to the good people of our country at large I make an asser tion and will back it every time: I buy my shoes direct from factories from which I have an interest, at prices to undersell anything on the market, even those who buy out old stocks, ana 1 wil give you BRIGHT NEW GOODS For much less than they can sell the old goods. Now for a test. Come and see, one and all. I am now opening daily fine glove fitting Slippers, C. S and Opera, to go at your own honest price. J. L. Cole gives one half and sells the other, as he is the hummer of Durham. ! J. L Cole's N. Y. Racket Store Unnderbuyer and Cnderscller of All. Firmest Fits! I have just returned from the North and have the finest lines in the way 01 CLOTHING Which will be shown in the city of this season. Durham I EMPLOY WORKMEN And Know What to Do. For a Suit of Fine Clothes See Me. J. S. MESLEY, Merchant Tailor, Main Street, Durham, X. C. JK. J. J. TIIAXTON, With fifty j-ears' experience as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular), Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scrolula, Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C M. Hern don's. Office over Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 o'clock a. m. to VZ m., and from 2 p. m. to 4 p.m. 71 3 ijj,(!..;,iw. W Zr. RESTORED rve Seeds," rorxlerf n I remi T ! all nerToos(llwas.ijrh tsWeak Mmorr. I( or It rain Powrri lleadMhc, U akrfnlneu, IxMt Manhood, Mghtlr Kaliilom, Quickness, Evil Dream. I.aeU of Confldenee. Serroasneaa. all drain and los of power In GeneraUre Organs of eltuer sex cauel by orer exertion. Toathfal errors. ezceglrA nu nf Lrihttrro. onlaai rii x. w-n n f .1 f . . u rr lead to Inflrmitr. Consumption and Inaanity. C-n- wi docipi. y mail prepaid In plain pox to n; adre8 lorl eacn. or e for R5. (With rTrrr S- order we r wrltif rnaraatee to rr or refnad (Jbe manrr-) Krr rle f all dragglsts. Ak fnr It and accept no other. ClKCCT.AIl HtKK. ND CO.. Maaoale Teaaple. ileaco, HL by MICHAELS & Co.f and by W. 1. VEARB1" all s Vrr.si c( th- inii mfflitnce iriZ CTmCOSORkHTA atdCLLtT in i to5lr. No ttie trratmect nccc-iiary. Ncrnuiiwi atricture " injurious tiict ettecu. Price, a. BLOOD BALM CO., Pro's, tfiairtt, Ga. n f t , s i RESTORED. . 1 : . ; t he TrcT.drf ul rmedy i oli ' i o-is (ii.vc ftuchas Week ilctn ' 2, Ni?bt!7 F-missioiis, Evil rears : s, Lisri'.udc, a!! drains and loss of rxrsrer Nrr. - . ci :hc Centra Orju.'i t.tLcr t caused by over exertion, youthful errcrs. cr exceive usi cf utacto, opium or stimulants which kn lead In5rmity, Cfss-irapt:vr. &r J lasanity. Put up convenient to carry in vest pocket. at bv mail ia plain package to any address for $1, or 6 for $5. Titirre?7$5 crier re in i xri-.tis rzxnzUt tsnrscrrtrsiltla CSej. Circiar Fiee, Address Z2LS1Z2 lTISTX CliI CO. 27ff TciL Mailed on Receipt of Price. & lay R mm KonoraestertiRJ. Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. LEAVE DURHAM, N. C. 6:00 a. m -Daily for Lynchburg UI1.. w Stations. Arrive Lynchburg 10;)u a in V trains. Durham Division, arrive an. i i" A" from Lnlon Station. Lynchburg ,kPurt Trains arrive at Durham from Ivn.-M at 7:45 p. m. daily. MiKht.Urg WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. iA.-a.-s lns;on-alem iuyj p. m j,.,.. rive at Koanoke THU p. m. J MAIN LINE-WEST IKHNI. LEAVE LYNCH Bt' KG DAILY. 5:30 p. m., for Roanoke, Hadford. l' J ai, Uristol and all joints south, via E. T V v , K. It., also for Hluetield, Ohio Eitc'n.i ?" Leave BlueOeld 6:li) a. ra. dally for Kcnov t?i Columbus. Parlor Car to lioanoke. lnn Sleeper Koanoke to Memphis via Kuukvn and Chattanooifa. JUu.i. 7:5 a. m. for Koanoke. Hadford. Pu t( Bristol ; also lor liluetield. l'ocahonu" k v horn and stations Clinch Valley Division a' for Louisville and stations L. N. u u" T Norton, l'ullmau Sleeper Lynchburg to L.U1 ville via Norton. Connects at Koanoke 7 m. with Washington and Chattanoogu Liru'iw,i Pullman Sleeper Koanoke to Nashville Mem phis and New Orleans. Dining Car att.Kh.'d L'U5 p. m.. daily, for Koanoke, and intern' diate stations. Has no connections U V(ir Koanoke. ' Q EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCH UflUJ - lull y. 9:15 a. m. for Richmond, Petersburg an.l N,,r folk arrives Petersburg at 1: p. m. cmtuvt ing with Kichmond and Petersburg r.itir.m.1 rriivinjf in Kichmond at 2:15 p. m. .rrivi' Norfolk 6.U0 p. m. 11:5U p. ra. Arrive Petersburg 4:1 a. m connecting with It. fc P. K. It. daily : arih Kichmond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 7:Wa xn Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeinr U'tween Lynchburg, and Kichmond. This car will Ih ready at Lynchburg at I'm p. m. lor reception of passengers. 2:55 p. in. for Kichmond, Petersburg and N,,r folk ; arrive Kichmond 7:5U p. m.; Nurtnlw v.,n p. m. Pullman Parlor lluffet Car to Norfolk. W. H. HE V ILL G. P. & T. Agent, Koanoke, Va. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives Durham K. & D. It. It. Lt a v it" Iuitiam. 7 l.'i a m 1J !j p tQ 5 o'T m Leaves Durham. 10 IU a m a uu ji m IiCavei" Durham. 10 35 am 6 30 pm Ix-aves J)urham 2 Wp m 7 0Uam . De pot, loot Corcoran St. 7 10 a m 3 a5 a m 12 11 p in p in Arrives Durham. 7 20 p m 4 15 a ra Passenger for Greens. Passenger tor Golds. Express tor Goldsboro Express for Greeusbo;o 0.& C. K. IS. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Express for Richmond Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass.for Jc Cress Ft.aud Pass. I'm Jettress Arrives Durham. I). & N. IS. IS. Depot, foot Corco an St. Mail ard Express Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger 130pm 9 45 a m Arrives Durham. L. & II. IS. IS. Depot, foot Dillard St. MaiTfrom Lynchburg Ft. and Pass, from L'g 11 40 am 6 45 p m DOLUS FOIt CLOSING MAILS AT DIR. 11 AM POSTOFrlCK. Goldsboro and G reensl)oro express train No. 11 South and West at 7:40 a. m. Keysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. 14 East Durham and Raleigh at :15a. iu. Henderson and Durham R. P. O. train No. 38 North and East N.C. and Va.at !0:ira.m. Goldsttoro and Greensboro It. P.O. h. tram No. 10 East and South N. C, S. C. and Ha at 12:15 p. ra. Lynchburg ana Durnam it. i . u. iram io. 2-North and West at 2:25 p. m. Goldsboro and Greenstro It. P. t. v . train No. y North. South and West at 7:15 p. m. Keysville and Raleigh R. I. O. train ."so. ir- North and West at :0 p. ni. Goldsboro and Greensboro express traiu u 12 Raleigh at 9:00 p. m. Hours of Collection from Street Letti-r ltoxes. General 9:35 a. m., 11:20 a. ra. and 6:50 p. m. Business Section :4) p. m. RECEIVERS' SALE OF THE Durham Water Works Franchisss Pursuant to the judgment and order of tin Superior Court of Durham County, at th" January term, lrMl. thereof, in the case then in landing wherein the McNeal Piieand Foundry Company is plaintiff, and A. H. Howland and the Durham Water Company are defendants, the undersigned, us receivers apiMinted by said court, will on Monday, May 1.1, IHJKJ, at 12 o'clock m., atthe court house door in Ii " ham, sell at public auction to the highest iii der for cash, the right, titleand interest of the defendant, A. H. Howland, in the Durham Water Work, including all its proicrty, rights of projerty, privileges, franchises, easements, rignts of way and other interests Ix Jonging to said A. II. Howland, as ot the 4th day of De ceuilH.T, 1h;, more particularly set forth and lescrilH-ii in the notice of lien inei oy i olaintitr Juiv 17. in the olhce of the Clerk Suierior Court of Durham County, and sulwe uiicnt In HMid 4th !;v of December. I. 1,H signed and transferrer! by said Howland to th- Durham N ater Comiany, constituting we tire plant of said water works ; and together with said plaut, at the time arm place aioi. said, the undersign! will also sell to tin highest bidder lor cash the iranchiscoi in- Duriiam N ater Company and all its interest in said plant. W. S . r L LLr.lt, H.A.ULl ii ill r.. Jtecehen. Durham. N. C, April 12. ST0RN0NIS: Stall No. 0, City Market. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured .Meats COXFPXTIONERV, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Uutter ami Poultry ' a Specialty. til VIZ MU A CA I.I. BUILD A HOME ! mmw - liUT IlErUUK DOING 60 SLV. C. H. NOHTOjN. Contractor and HuiMer. He will save you money, do good work tdf and suit you. 3 He will be pleased to give figures anJ estimates in any part of the state. Address bim or call on b!m X- DUKIIAM. N. C. Li