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THE JDU.RH.AM DALLY GJLOJJE, FRIDAY, MAY 5.
J. DURHAM MEN IN IT! The Executive Commiltee oi Trinity Now Durhamites. The Commencement Will lie on Jane the Eighth. GOVERNOR CARR WILL BE HERE The Minute of the Meeting Whic h Were of Very Much Importance , to All At the annual meeting of the board of trustees of Trinity college just adjourned, several very important measures looking to its future advancement were taken into consideration. Probably the most important of these whs the selection of an executive commiltee composed, with one exception, entirely of Durham men, who can at all times be consulted by the president when occasion requires. This, str.tl the previous selection of a finance committee, divide the responsibility and bring into service in its management some of the best business talent in the eountrv - j Vacancies by expiration in the North Carolina conference representation were tilled 1iy the election of Messrs. IJass, Hal- i lard. Branson and Parrish. These and Colonel Alspaugh were made the e.xecu tive committee. I he board adopted a code of rules and .umuuii ocn.ong iuc uui.ua ui a- ..4i .1. .:..: .1.,. .1. ,.f I ccutive committee, which include the fol- lowing important features: 1. The chapters and amendments there to by acts of the legitatur. 2. Pules and regulations adopted by the board :. Definition of the duties of the execu tive committee, finance committee, presi dent and faculty. The meeting was harmonious through ia aim was suruaii.eu v me ueep in . .. I ! IT 1 1. . 1 .1 . terest manifested by each individual - r i a . t 1 z . i r - i i i member of the board Found the reason for the Lrreat ponu laiity of Hood's Sarsaparilla simply tins: Hoods cures. Be sure to get Hood s. Vnsh I)rcsiCH. Time now to buy your o vn and your children's wash dresses Printed InMi j lawns and printed dimities i,re in great de- niaiKi. lieautitul styles at ii juia.m lurriii v i. lb,'i t. tik..,i ii Lcvin,, on n,,ro. Hon as it, mav cost von vour life. Jao !' I at. esc Pile Cure is guaranteed to cure you 11:4 a m , Washington 4:07 p. m , Phila- ment- Any person violating this ordi by . M. Yearby. delphia 7:4) p. m , New York 10:33 p m. nance sha11 be fined for each offence. MR. PARKER AS AN INVENTOR. SoiiM-tliini; About a cv I'low Ahich lit AVill Send to Chicago. .Mi. .Joseph Parker, formerly of Wake, but now ol this city, who is the inventor of a number of labor savin" machine will soon, we understand, out his labor- ,. , . miviiji; loinomauon (univaior on tne market. This improved j)low, which is claimed by those who know to possess I many advantages over the old, will he on exhibition at the 'World's fair among Xonh Carolina inventions, as will also other agricultural implements on which he has applied for patents. A cotton hoe which chops both ways late r on. Mr. Parker is a youn man with ideas, and bids fair t; achieve success a; an in ventor. LOOK OUT i- Mm- l' I, ii oi iic l'nt to I'urh iiii 1 his Spring. A peial lo the liichmond Dispatch avs: The situation in the small pox dis trict i bcccniinir more and more alarm inc. News reached hue to day direct from Luucnhwrc court hou-e that there were seventeen c:te? of the disease there, three h:d iceently dictl, and two more deaths sycie expected It seems that the authoritus have not been as careful in iuaranti'iin.c the sitwalion demanded. .'Hid at this time parties ate coins; to r.'irmvi'de s ith to!.;u eo frm the neici. Iiot hood of t he disea-e. 'l he Danville Kei'o-r sa : I.uiien 1 iiic farmers brine tol acco to Danville, t"o Ma it not be well for the authorise- to JooU.ifier this matter. AS WE GROW. ' I"' 15. i. (in Ncih on lluic n im Art in ihi I'roi colon. Now thai it is given u; hy c rv ov.o 1 ii; t a !i ' hoiirn i ii'm'-i In lie in-ini.nr.ii...) .sanoveiiy ot whu h .Mr. I'arker is tl e fancy arlicie3 accl donations from said distinguish himself were plainly visible oim!MHtor,ainl he is now ut -oik on M Kach vice president iu the state Alfred de Musset at the a-e of 3 years. m e:;n inatiiines ol' a more complicated . 1W wl i , . ; , e Once heot a pair of new redshoes, and i.auieuhiehhe.i):,!. to lhe uorld prepare for he went into raptures about them. He 1. m m m v . . . I iu Durham and that ptopertv i com- Iy in 7,l"ns ani1 , i, , . , , ., ; tenous ways, falls and let urns to dust pe,ed ,o advance to double and treble its ! more rai,wlv anvl surdv th.m present value, it is the duty of every man, j for the reason that we "do not realize old or young, who expects to ever own a j how much one part is sustained or over home, to secure it now while it is within j thrown by another. One tiny muscle is his reach. ,' Intent enough to disturb the whole econ- Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on on?-v .I".V intercurrent diseases v.rv.l,.ir..ihi.. I.,!- un.i ciiin. eist in addition to -eye strain.'-Phila- terms to a number of our young business men. If you want a home, and what mm or woman dots not? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for vou to own one. COMING AND GOING. Dvrham People on the Move ami VIitor In the City. Rev. M.J. Hunt, of BurliDgton, is here to day. Mr. J. S. Jones, of Greensboro, arrived today. Mr. I). A. IUnkrn, of Greensboro, is in the city. Mr. W L. Wall returned lo-day from Hi;isTj0ro Jack Albright is at home on a visit to his family. Sheriff Hughes, of Oram-e county, is in the city. Mr. Buck Ia-h b ft tLis morning for reensboro. Hon. T. C. Fuller and daughters, of Haleigb, were on tbe,noon train. Capt An N. A. Hamsey returned home yesterday after a brief absence from the V- .State Superintendent of Education Scarborough was here a short time this ruornin Mr George Woodward, Jr., returned from Chapel Hill to day, accompanied by 3 aun Mrs. Norwood Miss Lelia Lunsford returned this morning to her home near Stems, after a plea3aDt V,S,t t0 the family of Mr' Pascbal Lunsford. Messrs. Thomas Wilson, Albert Smith, T. II. Wilson and Evans Hall, all of Orange, are among those who are selling tobacco in Durham to day. Mr gam Wilkerson left this morning for ()range county in response to a tele- gram telling him of the death of his brother, Mr. William Wilkerson. which occurred yesterday Mrs. E. C. Barnhart, who has been visiting the family of her uncle, Mr. Pas- chal Lunsford, the past week, left this morning for Harrisburg, where she will spend a week with friends before return- intr to her home at Asheville. .Magnetic Nervine quickly restores lost mi. i,l,n,l . 1 C 1 1 1 I ,J1 )"uuiuu vigor. man uv y t ye..i. " rby, .j A FAST TRAIN. A Chance to Get to New York for h rate Supper by Leaving Durham That Day. The Seaboard Air-Line will put on a fast train on Sunday, May 7. Parties who have business in Richmond can I leave Durham at G a. m.. spend about four hours in liichmond and arrive at n,iri.nm thp COmn Pn;n ot a.ts ti,J schedule is as follows : iNortti bound Leave Durham G a. m : . arrive l'etersbunr 10:05 a m . Richmond South bound Leave Washington 10:57 a. m., uichmond U:'.j p. m , Petersburg, 4:0sj p. m ; arrrYe Durham 8:45 p. m Wanted ! pav i800 to $20 00 ner week Senrl self addressed stamped envelope for re- P' - Auuress, jime. w luoriT, T-.l I T I i"li"dWdKil) ina- GRAND BAZAAR. Confederate ."Monument Notice to Vice Presidents. The ladies of the Monumental associa tion propose giving a grand Ba-aar dur ing fair weak to raise funds for the mon ument. Every county in North Caro lina will have a table ornamented with u:iuar- e young people oi the state are especially requested to lend a helping hand. Dy order of the preddeut. lomaro l'lanta! ewt'M aim oesi varieties, ail pot crown. A . ltn a3 aneaci " PJanis pulled out 1 1 r . . " . . . I of beds, lioses and everything for the garden. Orders lor tomatoes and vege table plants may be left at Yearby's or Diacunall s store. Ii HmiiEiU). Wuii vf was ik, v.v jra e rV'r Ca-torfa. Whi n shi ums a Child, he critit for Castoria. Wht-ii .sh lnvaaio li.ss, ho olun to Ca.stria When she had Children, she cave tL. m Ciu-U .ria. Tho Strain on the Eye. rp, l.i v ,,-,,,..,1.. . t i r i oui jii.i as iru innscios eisewnere do. Let one bear a weight all day long, does he not attribute his consequent head acho to ttie heavy burden he ha lorne: It seems without elaborate thinking we could conceive of th results following UKn prolonged use of the eye. Nature has done all she could to protect and 'prolong the usefulness of the eye. No earthly architect ever yet planned a structure that would not yield, crumble and fall, and the house human, so ex- delphia Record. Don't Delay. Now is the time to give your order for a pair of line shoes. Douchty is head quarters for shoes and repairing. Main street, opposite Morehead bank. MUST OBEY THE.LAW i Chief Hradsher Wants the Fire Law Observed. ; He Sa T,iat Dra.vs Refuse to Give ! Koom. I : CITY ORDINANCE IS TO THE POINT All Citizen Atv Requested to Read the Law aut Then Try to Abide by the Law. About 0 p. m. yesterday, after Toe Globe had gone to press, the fire alarm was given and the fire companies, with tnejr U5.lfii promptness, were soon at the L , scene. j The fire originated in the cook room o ! Mr. Lucius Green'3 residence, on Main ! street, and having been discovered before . lhe flame3 Lad made ffiuch bea(1 . . , , as soon extinguished In stating that the fire companies re sponded promptly, it is but due them to say that they were much hindered and somewhat delayed by reason of thenum ber of vehicles which blocked the, streets and impeded their progress. As a few seconds often mean thou sands of dollars when a lire is to be ex tinguished, the law very properly gives the firemen the right of way. If the streets are blocked with teams, and per sons owning them neglect to get them out of the way, the chances are that there will be collisions with serious conse- quences The law is as follows Sec. 12. That in the event of an alarm of fire the apparatus of the fire depart ment sua11 Iiave the r,Sht ot wa5r in and "Pon the streets, lanes, alleys, squares and railroad crossings in going to any fire, or being upon such streets, lanes, alleys, squares or railroad crossings, any person obstructing or neglecting to make wav for anv of such annaratns shall he k,i i.Mftfn. .nu it.. " uucci siu mi ram uueute , - . . . . bee. l.j. That it shall not be lawtul for any person whomsoever to ride or drive a vehicle through the streets, lanes, alleys or squares in which the fire department is assembled for the purpose of extin- 6uihing a fire, and should any person attemPt to ride or drive as aforesaid, he sna11 De ueemeu Slty under this ordi- 1 till 1 1 s naDce ana snan De Iinel IU ror eacii oUence Sec. U. That it shall not be lawful for anv persons to congregate in the streets, ,a,lt:5' ui equaics uvxi iu ine lire, a r . i -i i- so as l" Jnieriere wiui me nre oepart- DEATH OF MR WILLIAM WILKERSON. A Weil-known Citizen of Orange 1ie .Sud denly of Heart Trouble. Mr William v llkerson, an old and highly respected citizen of Orange county, died suddenly yesterday after noon of heart failure at his home near Cedar Grove. Deceased was between 50 and GO years of age, and to all appearance enjoying his usual health. He was a brother of Mr. Sam Wilkerson, of this city, who left this morning to be present at the funeral services to morrow. De Musset's Childhood. Nervous irritability and a desire to was so im;iatient to show himself in his new shoes that he could scarcely wait to be dressed. W hile his mother was dress- in his hair he was trembling with im patience, and at last he exclaimed in an ancrv tone. '-Make hastP. mntmna. rr Plso mv now slioe -ccill nl.T" - ' ' " " Sv " The nrerocions bov , mrrpd spoiled and allowed to become a despot in- the house. Nineteenth Centurv. Old Custom Handed Down. How many can tell the origin of the habit of closing the eves in praver? Far back in the past the sun was the univer sal object ot worship. As it rose above the horizon the devotee thanked it for its return to bless the world. Aa it set in the west he implored its early return. His faco was always toward the sun in prayer, and l:is eyes were closed to pre vent blindness. The habit lias passed down from father to son for thousands '- me iiujci. i ui w orsiiiu - v.wv . im- tiiiuui suries. Horsepower and Speed. Horsepower does not always mean speed, for the Citv of Rome verv little smaller than the Teutonic is of 11,S004 horsepower, against the Teutonic's 13. Ch0. wliile tlie Paris, which is only 500 feet long, a3 against the Great Eastern's Co0 fet, is of over 20,C horsepower. Such comparisons show the wonderful development in late years of ship and engine building. Marine Journal. Precarious Indeed. Tourist (at Niagara) A coroner must have a pretty good thing of it around here. Coroner Well, it's rather precarious. You know our income depends upon the floating population. New York Evening Sun. One of the hottest regions of the earth's surface is in the immediate vicinity of the Dead se.. Experts in the science of hydrography declare that the sea loses not less than a million tons of water a ' day through evaporation. ' Where Asbestns Is Fonnd. Asbesti;?, which has come to tie largely utilized by t-Ifctrical engineers, is one of the most interesting substances employed in tb.3 arts. Many new beds of this ma terial are leing discovered, bnt except from the Canadian and Italian beds the specimens secured are practically useless for manufacture. Largo quantities of floss and powder asbeftus are obtained from the district of the Susa valley, Piedmont, and iu the second district, about 00 miles long, in the Aos-ta valley, the deposits are said to be practically in exhaustible. A third district, which is still more important, centers at Valtel lina, the route to which passes Milan and Como to Colico. The Canadian deposits are in the Black Lake district, between Quebec and Sherbrooke. Now York Telegram. A Pathetic Bankrupt. There are few things in real life more pathetic than the speech of Mr. Munro, who three years ago was worth 50O,000, and was prime minister of Victoria. At a temperance meeting in Melbourne he is reported to have-said: "I c am- to Mel bourne over 30 years ago with hardly a penny in my pocket. I worked hard as u workingmr.n. and received every honor which a free state could confer on any of its citizens, until at last I had the highest position in the land. Now I stand before you. 4!t years of age, with out a shilling in mv pocket. For the first time in my life, through liabilities which I undertook, never expecting to; be called upon to v.iot.t them, I am un j aid-"' to pay i!0 shillings in the pound." Vt. Jr.ir.cs Gazette. Johnson's Oriental Soap is far superior to all the other so-called medicinal soaps for beautifying the complexion. Sold by W. M. Yearb CURES RISING . . BREAST "MOTHER'S FRIEND" affiSS oflered child-baring woman. I have fecn a mid-wifft years, and in each ep.se where 4lvotneSTrtend,, hadbeenuped it lias accomplished wonders and relieved muli suffering. It is tho best remedy for rising of the breast known, and worth the rice for teat alone. TdES. M. 31. Brcstkr, ilontgoniery, Ala. Sent by expres?, charges prepaid, cn rcreij t of pricc,51X0 per bottle. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sold by all druggists. Atlanta, i a. THE ROLLER TRAY TRUNK The Most convenient Trunk ever devised. 'jIIE TRAY is arranged to roll back, leav ing the bottom of the Trunk easy of ac cess. Nothing to break or fict out of order. The Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee that you will get the strongest Trunk made. If your Dealer cannot, furnish j-ou, notify the manufacturers, H. W. ROUNTREE 6. BRO., Richmond. V. . . ' .' .' ' Appreciating the varied wants of our patrons we are prepared to supply IGYGLES 0 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. GOHZALES mwmn all nerTonsdi!MaiK9, BETOBK AND A1TEB I S1V. "KmiTrfi For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co.t and by W. M. EAKBY Druists, WKCHK Ke: ves all MORI error.. or r c-s.e irCK.EA.ND AFTEE fSIXG. For Sale by XV. 31. Yearby. ,?r?' y- .-1A!i; OOP RESTORED Hew V6 -T3e ...r . .-.'r- t- . ... rv..ud:ea.uchaUVA I i4 if w w. -' - . - --uf-f. Sit Crams and lonf nrr I rv 1 HALF PRICE Z3 SHOE, SLIPPER AND RIBBON SALE! People are being educated in this fast age in good3.as well as books. Now to the point for honest goods, new goods on,l thp lipct rnn.l At lifllf their value. UU v.4 -a fc.'-.-wv-w h ' Chfl rxnn Ihincr U'flPn thpv flfP bought from old stocks that need a prop to gobble or your foot may go through before vou wear the shine ott them, if they have any. Now to the good people OI OUT COUIliry ai large X uihc u a.vce 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 uuuuiCi.utiU.u . "V those who buy out okl tocKS, nnti i give you v BRIGHT NEW GOODS For much less than they can sell the oh ds. Now for a tet. Come and see gooi one and all. s T nm ait rro n i n rr i 1 i 5 1 w ti n a t 1 C O htting bhppers, C. b and Opera, to go your own honest price. ' i i r.i : ' .j. u. vuicfjncs unc u.iu nnu i other, as he is the hummer of Durham. i J L. Cole's N. Y. Racket Store, L'underbuyer and Cnclers.dler of All. Firmest Fits! I liave jut returned from tho North and have the linest lines iu tho way ol' CLOTHING Which will be shown in the city of Durham this season. I EMPLOY WORKMEN And Know Wrnt to Do. For a Suit of Fine Clothes See Me. J. S. MESLEY, 3Iercliaut Tailor, Main Street, Durham, N. C. Jll. J. J. TIIAXTOy, W,!?l.flfty I'1?' exirienee as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi- .ens oi iJuriKim. ins spociauics : silicons Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular;. Indigestion, Uronehitis, !crotula. 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 13 m., and from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. 4 & WITHERS, COLUMBIA, RESTORED Nerve Seeds.' This wonderful remedy mch as Weak Minor Styles by ot rertir' VJr ,n ti'nert1 Organs of'eirh'rTex caa " nrnGONOKRHrEA CLLLT in 1 105 f!ay. No 1 ether treatment nccMun. K -? Kirraru r. ( t- 1 - BLOOD BALM CCPro't, Atlanta. Ga. A:n tkiA r-A. KA A t.bcccu. cr.-ra cr vi-.'l.ZV..?'. J"'"f . iiu n itwrx n Mailed on Itecelpt of Price. Zt7. Circular 1 ,. Awi. ZtlXl' "Sivi B SAM?1 SlWHorfolkiWesteriim Schedule in Effect April 1, 1392 DUItHAM DIVISION'. LEAVE DURHAM, X. r. 6:00 a. m.-Daily for Lynchl-wr dn , Stations. Arrive Lynchbury louu 2 wt trains. Durham Division, arrive m.- Aj from L nion station Lym-tUrnr Trnin arriv at hnrh im r . at 7:45 p. m.dailj-. l-h! Ur AflXSTOX-SALEM DIVlsjox T tm-. i . 01 . - . . 1,1 infs liision-aifiu i:.j p. tn.., I TlVl lit ICtUlIlOkC .1U P. III. MAIN line-west imrxi, I FAVF LYNCnilulu;I)U, . , , , ,. . ' ' ;?ttt VV' n. iu, aiso ior luutneui, Uhio KitcnT , ' veB riamtu Mim?hiA,rnuS I and Cnattanootra. 7:! a. in. lor Roanoke, ltiidfor ! Hntol : Hlso lor HluttieM. 1',k-1. iu horu and stations Cliiu h Valley lv ,,,?,,:. -k for lA)uisvilleauil stations L. A; N. n Norton. Pullman Hefpcr Lyiulihurii to i' u illo via Norton. C'ounects at Itoaiiof 'r in. with Wtisbingtonand Cbattanooya Lim'JI' Pullman SIm-imt Kiumnkc to Nut.. ,n.. phis and New Orleans, idnini? Car atuchS" r.rMh.m::ilt...1VMV.ht'' a"(1 diate stations. Haa no eonnectiuiM Koauoke. all 1 A1L ' f 9:L15 a- m- fo,r Richmond, IVtorMburir ami .y)f ,i. foik arrives IVteretmrg at 1:Sj p. m. tunnJ l iiiK with liictiiiiond uiil r,eterlurf rai;rJ. rnivinf in Itkhmoud at z:i5 p. m. .ru .orioiK :hj p. in. Pullinau Palace Slcept-r to Norloik. Alo Pullman Palace Mccper U-twa Lynchburg and itlclimuiid. This car will te ready at Lynch) i;rvr at v-i p. in. ior reception ot passeuKers. :5.'i p. m. lor lUehmoud, Petertl)ur:an.l X,,r. folk ; arrive Itichnioud M p. m.; N(nU)ik" p. in. Pullman Parlor IlutTet Car to NnrL.ik W. Ii. Hi: ill G. P. & T. Ajsent, Koanoko, u RAILWAY TIME CARD' Arrives i It. &i 1. It. It. i Lm. uuruaui. i ie V . l I r X A- L' A. I pot, loot Corcoran St. lur6a. 7 10 a m 3 o5 A in ii 11 p m apui Arrives Durham 7 1M p m 1 1) a m Arrives Durham. 4 30 p m 9 45 a m Arrives Durham. lf4U a m 6 45 p m Passenger lor G reens. 7 1 j tt Piuenger lor iolus. Kx press lor Uoldsboro i L'lHp! Express lor Grecnsuoio j SI ji m . & C. It. It." j LttV(i Depot, fool Corcoran St. I)urba, Kx press lor Richmond I luiia Kx press lrom Richmond rt.and Puss. I or Jc Dress j rtujia I't.aud Pass. I'm Jctlress iv.& nTk: ic:; i uavtV Depot, foot CorcoranSt. Durban. Mail and Kxpresb lUoia Mail and Kx press Freight and Passenger 5 30 pm Freight and Pusseuger L. & 1. K. K." I L am Depot, foot LMIlardSt. Uurbm Mail from Lynchburg I 2;pn Ft. and Pass, from L'g I Tuuaa HOUItS FOK CLOSING MAILS AT DVK. HAM postoffici:. Goldslxro and Greenslmro express train No. II youth and West at 7:4U a. m. Keysville and Raleigh, R. P. O. train No. It- Cast Durham and Raleigh ut i':l. a. m. Henderson and Durham It. P. O. train X. iS North and Kast N.C. and Vu.ut hi: l a.m. Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P.O. b. tnuu No. IU Kast and South N. C, S. C. ainl r'U at l:l" p. in. Lynchburg and Durham It. P. (J. train No. 2-North and West at 2:'r p. m. Goldslxjro and Grccnstioro R. P. (). W. train No. 14 North. South and West ut 7:1" p. m. Keysville and Raleigh K. P. U. train No. l' North and West at !:UU p. m. Goldslxjro and Greensboro express train Xu 13 Raleigh at y:UU p. m. Hours of Collection from Street t-r Ituxcs. uencral-f :35 a. m., 11:30 a. m. an-1 luisiness cction-7:4U p. in. i. m. RECEIVERS' SALE OF TIIK Durham Water Works kzz Pursuant to t he jil anient a n 1 onler- f tli Superior Couit ol Durham County, at tli January term, isiej. thercot.in t lie case tliT-iii perilling wherein the .Mc.N'eai l'ijeanl Fiut)!r t'ompany is plaintitr. and A. Ii. llowlaihl aril the Durnam Water Cmpanyare leteiilant. the uii'leisivrtieil, jis r.-eei rs aplHinte .y.ii'l court, will on 3Ionday, May !.", IHJKJ, at Vi o'clock in., atthecourt house door in b,ir ham, sell at puhlie auction to tin- liiv h t l-i-i der lor cash, the riht, titleand intere-t l td' deleii'lant, A. II. llowland, in the purbam Water Works, including all its nroiM-rty. ru't'' of proiK-rty, privileges, franchises, e)i-'-m, "t" rivntsof way and other Inteiests Ifbniniut t" Mid A. II. llowland, as ot he 4th ilayell" eemlx-r, lssi, more particularly st lnithaii'1 descriiied n the notice d lien tilel ly t r- plaintitl July l'.,isx7, iti the office n! tie''""' MiM'rior Court of Durham County. htmI fut- juent to said 4th day of Decern In r, l". 14" sijmed and transleried hy said Howlaii'l t'tf' Durham Water Coiuany, constituting tin " tire Plant of said water works : and t".'' tri' r with said plant, at the time and la e al"p said, the undersigned Mill also sell t '' tiih st hi-l'ler for cah the 1 ram - ti i - "' ,tJ'' Durham Water Comiumy and all it int' O -t i1 said plant. W. W. yi lA.lM. W. A. Gl'TMhlh. . -r. Durham. X. C. .pril 12, G. STORNOiMS, Stall No. City Market. IN STOCK: Canned Goods, Cured Moats CONFECTIONERY. ETC. AU Kinds Vegetables iu Season Fresh Country Butter ai.'l r" l t? a Special! v. ;ivi; mi: a cai.i- BUILD A HOME C. H. IS OKT0 Contractor and I5uilUT. ill save you money, do taT and suit you.p3 ill be nlcased to give I -'- cs estimates in any part of tLe c Address him or call on ti t&- UUUI1AM, N. c.