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THE DUKHAM DALLY GLOBE, FBIDAY, JUNE 2.
ccrs : If I I 4 t i I i I GRADED SCHOOLS ! Continued from First Page. extend our be9t thanks for the kind in terest he has manifested in us. To-day may be our last day at school. Some of you will go out to battle with life's problem, may we all be an honor to this institution. Some will do one thing, some will not. It is not my business, but a pleasure to advise you, twirls and boys. Once more we thank the superinten dent for his kindness, the people for this appreciate. We stand here this morning the representatives of nine years of study at your school the people's university. We realize that a state, a town, can make no better investment than educating her sons and daughters. Notwithstanding this fact, we feel a sense of gratitude, we feel closer drawn to the tax payers of this city. Durham, thy sons and daughters salute thee here, Our loving watch shall know no fear : On many hills our guard shall firmly stand, And keep their watch, their watch for thee, dear land ! Noble men and women, by the erection of this magnificent building 30U have building and both for vacation. To such an intelligent audience it is laid up for yourselves treasures that no useless for me to request your undivided moths can corrupt, nor thieves break attention to what will be said. A Distinction. To secure honorable mention, a stu dent must not only have been present , , tl , . uaa prove noble men and noble women every day in the year but must not nave I r through and steal. We and all future classes will prove unfaithful to the train ing we have received within its walls, should we not, in the great battle of life, A SMALL BUST UP! A Box Car Turned Over on the L. & D. Lust Evening. 1Bm ThrUgh Tri HUD, ST. LOUIS IB tyj TO Causing the Train to Stop Last Night on Kamseur Street. A LITTLE WORK ABOUT ALL OF IT been tardy the entire session nor absent Through the past nine years we wonder during any part of the day by request of at the Parity of your city, its manu. parents or otherwise. Those winning this distinction were the following : Ninth grade Ressio Potter, Iiessie Woodson. facturing industries. Truly a city of mercantile Dukes, equalled only by the magnificence, splendor and rapidity of the Carrs. Amons its manv snires. the Eighth grade-Jio.a Freeland, Frank onc most conspicuous is that one which Darnall. Seventh grade Earnest Ferrell. Sixth grade Annie Hamilton, Henry High&mith. Fifth grade Eva Crews, Cora Whita- ker, Flora Gates, Lenora Slade. Fourth grade Kate Urandon so truly honors its name Carrolina a monument to the town pride of the one, to the growth of the other. Class-mates, we stand at "The Forking ing of the Roads." May we choose wisely and discreetly. Boys, love your mothers and sisters, be men, be noble men. Girls, Third grade-Berta Pngh, Annie love ony 'ol,r Mothers, til the pro. Whitaker, Sadie Walters. Certificates of distinction awarded to those who had received on scholarship nothing below 8o at any time during the entire scholastic year, were won by the following : Ninth grade Leonora Barham, Bes Potter, Lizzie Taylor, Puth Toms, Bes sie Woodson. Eighth grade Irene Barbee, Lena Faucette, Maud Morgan, Ellen Saunders, Jennie Tinnin, Harvey Jordan. Seventh grade Lily Adams, Cora Bol ton, Mary Faucette, Lizzie Guthrie, Hat- tie Vickers. Sixth grade Loula Johnson, Henry Highsmith. Fifth grade Ada Cates, Margie Jor dan, Hallie Holinan, Cora Whitaker. Fourth grade Kate Brandon. per time, be women, be noble women Let us all profit by the thoughts of our song. School-day joys are ours no longer, School-day trials may be o'er, And our hearts should be the stronger For the days that are no more. It it be when hours were golden, We have oft unfaithful been. It should all the more embolden Ua to labor and to win. Comrades, in the great hereafter. When our youth has gone before. Let the echo of its laughter Fill us even more and more. And from youth to old age growing. Grow we too in sweet content. May we reap the faithful sewing Of a life time truly spent. Pev. Mr. Beaman pronounced the benediction and thus closed the most in teresting commencement in the history of Durham's graded school. To Cleanse the System rhird grade John Bailey Walker, Effectually yet gently, when costive cr Susie Gattis. bullous or when the blood is impure or Second grade-Calvin Cates. sluggish, to permanently cure habitual ,,,.,, . . .. constipation, to awaken the kidneys and In the medal contest, the two getting I ua t , . . . fo liver to a healthy activity, without rr ta the highest average in each grade were It! aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. No One Hurt and the BusiacM Fixed I p Before Bed Time or Any Other Time After Starting. Last evening in turning a box car on the L. 6c D. road there was a little wreck. The car was thrown up on a car, and it took about fifty men at hard work for several hours last night to straighten things out. No one was hurt, but the passenger train from Lynchburg was delayed fif teen minutes, because the train stopped at each station in picking up section hands to help out. Spring medicine and Hood's Sarsapa rilla are synonymous terms, so popular is this great medicine at this season Johnson's Magnetic Oil cures all pain and it will never return again. Internal and external for man and beast. Sold by W. M. Yearby. Boarders Wanted. Mrs. M. L Wheeler can accomodate two or three table boarders. Her resi dence is on Holloway street in rear of Trinity church. OBSERVE THE RACKET! Kansas City, St. Joseph DENVER, ' ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS Pullman Palace Sleeping tar. Ueclining Chair Cars' ONLY- One Change of Cars to t! Pacific Coast. All competitors knocked out on the lirst round by W. K. T. B. Flour and Pure Florida Cigars. In addition to these leaders, I claim to carry one oi ine completes! LiiXLa oi neavv ana rancv Groceries, prints, t on- the best line -. fectioncries, Snutl, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars and Glassware ; also Plain 1 2Te"br3iSla, and Decorated Table and Toilet Ware kept by anv house in the citv. on which I guarantee prices, wholesale or retail. (jive me a trial, (joods delivered f. o. b. cars or anv where in the city limits. Remember the Kucket, corner Mangum and Parrish Streets. THE BLACK HILLS, AND ALL POINTS NORTH AND IT. DT7EHAM, 2T. C WEST, H. K. TODD Geo. Am Naalivilic. itu. RAILWAY TIME CARD A. C. DAWKS, (J. 1. T. A .. St. Louir-. Mo Arrives Durham. A BIG CATCH. tlic following : Eighth Ellen Saunders,Jennie Tinnin Seventh Cora Holton, Lizzie Guthrie. Sixth Henry Highsmith, Loula John son. Fifth Hallie Elolman, Margie Jordan Fourth -Kate Urandon, Daisy Lee Third John Bailey Bryan. TO-NIGHT. What Will Happen Among the Children of the Colored Graded School. Colonel Joe King Goes Fishing Yesterday and Does Good Business for Sure. Col. Joe King went fishing yesterday morning, and last night came in with about 2-'0 pounds of perch. Mr. King used two nets and hooks and lin's. He says a belter day he never saw. He dis posed of his catch readily, making $21.00. Good enough for one day. Io You Need a Teacher? The Teachers' Bureau of the North Carolina Teachers' Assembly desires in formation from school boards, school officials, nrincioals and others concerning vacancies in schools to be filled this year. We can supply highly recommended and efficient North Carolina teachers for all grades of work from the college to the country school. The only charge made to members of the Teachers' Assembly who desire us to obtain positions for them is 25 cents to cover cost of postage. No charge is made to employers. If you need a teacher write to us. Edward E. Britton, Chairman Teachers' Bureau, Koxboro, N. C. " Tti AIL :DOO RESTORED. " r;PA'!SIJ MS HI BCRAINSW the wonderful remedy u sold with a written u uarnntee I cu e all : ervonj disccsea suchaa Wtr k Mem- cry. L lofErain t ov ir,L t Manhood, Nightly KnuMians, Evil Dreams ia oi Confidence, Nm'ocsi e.-, i it. a; ii. . k. A Depot, loot Corcoran St. liurti 7 10am I Passenger lir OrMU, 154 3 ; a m PutseiiKer lor (iold. . . 12 11pm I Kxpress tor tioldlKiro 1: k - i .. P in hx press lor tj reenstn.. , Arrives I . & c. it. it. Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Hirtf hx press lor Kicnmoud luK'ic 7 2tl p m I BxpraM from Kiehinond I rt.unu t'ass.ior Jenresn 4 15 a m Ft.and Pas.t'm Jeffrem BEFORE AND AFTER USING. For Sale hy V tcde, all drains and Kss of power oi tbs Iteneretive Organs .? i ith t : caused bjr overexertion, youthful errcrs, or excessive u?e I totx . ., opi ua oi stunulants which son lead to infirmity, Consumption and In a&ity. Put pp convenient to cny in vest pocket. Sent by man in plain package ti a: yat!':r -s f-r 9 1 , or o CCLIJ. Circular t xec . M. Yearby. :rcer re rive a written cuanttea t: curocrrsfucd the Address Z21X1SS, VZZ':Z G2AXS CO. Ktw folk. Mailel on Receipt of Price. Munmm restored Norve Seeds. This wonderful reu edy iruamntfrit to r .iri r. II nervous diseases, STich as Weak Memory, l,oft of lirufn !. er; iieaiiaine, tvaKriuincKn, jot nannood, xihtlv :mlHlirt., Qiilckneta, Evil Dreum. Lack of onflden . S ervom 1 , all drains and loss of power in Generative Organs of either 6ex caused by overexertif n. youthful errort, exeessive use of tohueco, opium or stimulants which lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Con venient to carry in vest po ket. By mail prepaid in plain box to nny address ft rl each, or 6 for US. (Wltbevrrv US order wrrlvc ; vrltten guarantee to cure or refund the momv. 1 For sn: I y nil rlriiLriistS- Aik fop It nrrl .irfnt. nn .t -nr r-iifi"'!'! it irnL-i. BEFORE AXI AJ-'TKIt lSI(3. Address ItiEB,E SKK1I CO., Manonlc Temple, ''hlcucu, JiV.' For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. VEARBX Druggists. Arrives I D. & S. It. It. Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Mail and Ej pr 0 4 " p m I Mail and Bxpreai Freight and PaanriMT r h j'i a in I rreiKatand Paaaeuger Arrives L. l. K. K. Durham. Depot, loot Dillard St. II Ma m 1 Mail 1 rom Lynt hl.i. 6 45pm I Ft. and Pass, from l,V Iuratt ' A k I 15 p s, Leavt 1 1,11 1...,. Relii:ves nil sr''n' SS of the mn. i.us mem! nne an cures GONORRHCEA Bad GLEET ia 1 to 5 days. No ? other treatment necessary. Never causes stricture ft 5 leaves any injurioiu, alter effects. Vtice, $1. Sold uy uL.t;jbi5. BLOOD BALM CO., Pro's, Atlanta. Ga. When Baby war, sick, we ?a- e her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, he clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. HOURS MM; CL08INCI MAILS AT Dlh. HAM DOSTOI l icr. Goldaboro and (Treenaboro cxpreci trmla s 11 South and West .it 7:10 a. m. Kcysville an 1 kaleih H. P. n. I rain Nn. It- East Durham and Kalcih at ifclSa. in. Henderson and Durham H. !.. train N 38 North and Kast N.C. and N'a.ut 10:11 (ioldsl)oro and (ireenshoro K. !'.. ., No. 1(1 Fast and South N.C, S. C. and l at 12:15 p. m. LynChbura and Durham R. P. O. tralB ll 2-Nortli and West at :-T p. m. (oldsltoro and dreenshoro It. !'.. w.u No. 9 North. South and Well at 7:r p. in. KeySVtlle antl Kaleirh It. 1'. O. train No. 1'. North and West at SkUO p. m. tkoidpboro and Ureensboro expresa tm 1. tt 12 Baleiffh at !e.U0 p. m. Uours oT Colleetlon from Street Ltttff Hozaa Beneral toM a. m., 11:3U a. m. and t;;."i i. m. IsusinesH Section r.w p. in. The following is the programme from Prop. W. G. Pearson, wnieh shows what I 111 1 . - aO1 1 11 . 1 Walker, Will uppcu ai mioses nan ims evening. Mr. Pearson lias verj' successfully con ducted the school, and those who attend second female ;iti is, IJerta Pugb. the exercises this evening will tind tha The successful contestants were Miss he has done his duty Kate Brandon in the intermediate grade and Master Henry Highsmith in the high school department. The certificates of distinction were pre sented by Kev. Mr. Tyree; the medals hy Pev. II. T. Darnall; diplomas by the su perintendent. Each was accompanied by appiopriate and well chosen remarks. A tt it: 1 .. instrumental Duef Misses Turner and Hus aim nwvci ncni mgusiuiiu, especially, i band. Beecham's Pills sell well because they cure. Programme : Mniiiiifi. i Irst and Second tirades. Opening Address, Master K. I. Overby. Duet, Misses Goines and Kay. Ileeitation, Miss Emma Mallette. Class Recitation. Third and Fourth tirade Recitation, Miss Mary Nunn. Recitation, Miss Sadie Christmas. Recitation, Miss Matilda Fitzgerald. Star Drill and Medley. Declamation. Mr. John Shaw. had every reason to consider himself a win ne r. The essays were all good and reflect credit upon the young ladies who deliv ered them. Miss Potter, particularly, is to be congratulated upon the subject chosen and the ability with which, she t irned the moral of the constrasting pfc tuns. Her valedictory was also happy and well-timed. She said : Ladies and Gentlemen, Our Friends It is always sad to say farewell, and only on an occasion of this kind can it be considered an honor. Farewell to Durham graded school, farewell to class mates, friends, and with some of us, fare well to Durham. Graded school, toil some, monotonous, work, graded school joys pleasures intellectual and social the class of ' bill them all farewell. In a few moments our exercises will close and we will have left, perhaps for the last time, the walls of the Durham graded school. Well, nine years is quite a season. Hut how quickly it has passed ; Life is short. Ah ! that's the reason W hy eternity's so vast. At its close we rejoice that there has been so great harmony, so little friction through th'i entire nine years. No class ever graduated under a more conservative, nobler and patriotic super intendent, who by his integrity of char acter has won our confidence. His pa tient indulgence and good advice we all Little Folks' Dialogue and March. Oririnal.) Recitation, Miss Susan Whitted. Recitation, Miss Maggie Sellers. Recitation, Miss Bffie Sellers. The old Maid's Prayer, Misses Hpauldiiig and Mi ore. Recitation, Miss Lillie Capps. Recitation, Miss Hattie Jenkins. Solo, Miss Angelina Coins. Recitation, Miss Mary Overby. The English Swell. Mr. I). D. McQueen. Musical Recitation. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Declamation. Master Sydney Roberts. Duet. Miss Jennie B. Maben and Mr. . I. L. Pearson. Recitation. Miss Sallie Whitted. Quartette, "Beautiful Moonlight." Recitation. Miss Minnie Amey. Quartette, "Letter That Never Came cho rus, "Letter Came at Tist." Duet, Miss Nannie O'Daniel and Mr. J. L. Pearson. Tragedy, Master it. L Overby and others. Ladies Graded School Cane Drill. 1 Original.) Medley. To Chapel Hill. The Richmond and Danville will op erate special train service between Uni versity and Chapel Hill June . 7 and 8, connecting with trains No. 11 and 12 on the North Carolina division, in addition, to present trains on the Chapel Hill branch connecting with No. 0 and 10 on the North Carolina division. Schedule of the special service will be as follows : Leave Chapel Hill 1.30 a m ; arrive University 2:30 a. m ; leave University 2:40 a ra ; arrive Chapel Hill 3:40 a. m. This train connects with No. 12. SLeave Chapel Hill 6:15 a. m, arrive University, ?:1"5 a. in leave University 7:::o a. m.; arrive Chapel Hill 8:30 a. m. This train connects with No. 11. Japanese Pile Care costs you nothing if it does not cure you ; samples free. Guaranteed by W. M. Yearby. SPECIAL SALE- oi Dress G oods and Trimmings -o- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it 13 pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts genlly yet promptly on the Kidney?, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the oniy remedy ot 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 onlv from the healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mo3i popular remedy known. fcyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. EiV V0RK. H.Y. Our entire lot of Wool Dress Goods, from the cheapest to the finest grades, in the newest and choicest colors, are placed on sale and must be converted into cash. WJR HAE PLACED THE RIGHT PRICES ON EVERY PIECE To Insure a Quick and Lively Distribution of Every Yard. o- FOR SALE ! In fact, all of our Trimmings, Silks, Velvets and Passe menteries are included in this Great Special Sale of Dress Goods ! NAWHorfBlkiVesteniR.IL Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. i.KAVK DURHAM, N. r. a. m. Daily lor dTBOBburg ni l Wtl mi':.;,-. Arrive Lynchburg Mfc30 a. m. AU trains. Durham Division, arriv- tUti diptfl from 1 nion Mat ion Lrncbburf. TraiM arrive at Durham from I.yn lilmnr at . I") p. m. daily. W I N STOX-8ALKH D1VI8IU X . Leaves Winston -Salem USD p. nudaill rive at Koanoke 7:0U p. in. MAIN LINK WEST BOI ND. t.KAVK LTWCHK7M DAILY. 5:30 p. m.. for Roanoke. Badford, Pull I '.! 1 1 atul all points houI h, ia K. T. V. k C It. it., also for Wuefleld, Ohio Kxtenskia. Leave Bluetteld 8:10 a.m. daily forKeooi Columbus, l'arlor Car to koanoke. Pu iuu Deeper Koanoke to Memphis ia KnokviJIi ami 1 hattanoovra. 7:28 a. m. for Koanoke. Radford. Pu Bristol : also tor Bluefleld. I'ocabontas, Kik horn ami stations t'lineh Valley Division I I lor Louisville unl Htafloim L. N. It. U Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lym-hhurK to Louh vllle via Norton. Connects at Boanoke m. with Washington and Chattanooga Llm Pullman Sleeper Roanoke to Nasbvllle, M phis anl New Orleans. Inning Car atta w "J::iT P. m., daily, for Koanoke. and lnt rnx diate stations. Has no connectloni t 1 1 - J Koanoke. BAST-BocaD i.kavk Lvxcnacrao daily. 9:15a. in. lor Kiehrnoml. I'otershurjr an i N folk arrives J'eteiHtiuru at J:& p. m. 'ii"' iiiK with Kiehrnoml and Petersburg raili rriivinif in Kiehrnoml at t:lfi D. m. Anivi Norfolk HAH) p. m. 1140 p. m. Arrive Petersburg 1 15 t. m. oonncetina with B. A K. R. K. uaiiv: arilvc Kiehrnoml 7:17 a. m.; arrive Norfolk J.-WUS.SV Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palaee BlSSpcr betwei Lynehhurtf and Richmond. This ear will le ready at Lynchhi. ' 1 j. rn. lor reception ot aHriKers. 2:55 p. m. for Bichmond, Petersburg ai folk ; arrive Bichasond raO p. as.; Norfolk p. rn. Pulltran Parlor Uuffet Car to Norfolk, v W. B. BEV1LL. X. o. P. ii T. Agent, Koanoke. "prof, jean follman, MSTRUCTOa or Music and Languages 1 0- AT A BARGAIN! A Job Printing Establish ment which has a good run of custom. If any one wants a Genome Bargain Address THE DURHAM GLOBE. 124 Main Street. .F"DOIM'T DELAY ! But come at once and make your selection: Dollars Saved. which moans (J Durham, N. C. P1CIVATE l.l(t.Nh ON Piano, Organ, Violiu, Guitar, C Flute, Cornet or any other Bin or Orchestral Instrument. Hask arranged to ordei for an ' : nation of intruments. Private conYersaiioaaJ lessons Ifl -v :l -and German. Young ladies attended at their rcsld- Satisfaction and rapid advanceuni- a anteed studious pupils. ftesldence, Liberty Street, near Durham, N. C. Cieea.