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fcJ troublesome skin disease caused , n to s ratch for ten months, and was ' ; 1 v few days' use ci M. H. Wolff, Uppei Marlboro, Md. p.WSFTPECIFIC roof 'hi:r Swelling; THE JJUBHAM DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY. JUNE 8. A BULLET OOr L, ii - A ZT 7- L AT E i APROiNTMENTS The to I tl ' , iired some years a Manv prominent failed, I. ut b. .S. !-. Uid a.:'l have had no turn of the di- ithvaicians attended won Citl 1 1 ' bun t M i:i ii i: CoMl IGNETIC NERVINE, Is so!d wit!) written RtiarantOfl to cur NervciJ8Pro3tr . tion, Fiis, DiZii- nessHcadacbo and Neuralgia andWake fulnePB,caiued 1 rex ci ivt useofOpium, Tobacco uu Alco ho!; Mental Deprea Biou, Softening oi using Misery, Insanity and Doarn ; I. .'(. , Lo?t Powof in either sex. urn Old Aae, Involuntary Losee, cau- ! r nee, overexertion of the Brain and Youth. It give to Weak Orsrans their life PC APTtR Wi it: money. by our ex.- V. 1. VHAKKY, Durham, IV. C. Wives id Daughters n of a German Ta'l frotect Soldier. Projectile makers in recent years have expended mucli m ner, tirr?e and ; ingenuity in incrcc: ing the efScieney of the various missiles that come with- I in scope of their endeavors, and they have undoubtedly achieved some won derful results, liut of what use is it all'.' Xo sooner is the projectije im- j proved to tho extent of demolishrog the likeliest object of its attack than some counter improvement is made to ' defeat the improved projectile. Armor plate is made too strong to be pene trated by missiles of the greatest ! known penetration, and then missiles are made to penetrate the armor, and stronger armor has to be made. So the inventors in the two lines keep playing- The local Hoard of the United Hanking seesaw with one another, now one up and Bulldio, Co. Ik Organized, and now the other, until it seems as if ! s their rival efforts must produce about : e take veiT great pleasure in giving the same result as if neither had ever tbe local board of the United Banking s, auu xx me oesL way to end it . and building Co., Richmond, Ya , at Durham, N. C: Fr Durham District iu Fart-Ir. E. A. Yates, Presiding Elder. Chapel Hill, June 11. Ilillsboro and Cedar Grove, at Cedar Grove, June IT-IS. Carr church, morniuar, June 25. Trinity, night, June 25. Durham circuit, Pleasant Gree n, morn ing, July l 2. Main Street, night, July 2 Rozboro circuit, Roxboro, (D. C.) July 5-0. Leasburg circuit, Hebron, July 15 1G. ALL ORGANIZED. all was to mutually agree to do noth ing. Here is a German tailor in Mann heim, for instance, says the London News, who had apparently defeated the lately gained and much lauded in creased penetrating power of the Ger man rifle ball. He has invented or dis covered some substance which resists ran hi r Lsatest OF MEN Ecsily. Quickly. Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, f DEBILITY, M Mi" " 11 ' rjy errors or latr vr. eruoik. sickness worrv.eie FuUKtreiisth. i M lopment and tone . ; . . n toei ery organ aLd rt.on of the body. Sin !.. natural nethoila. i!ii!n-dtar improvement S' 'i. Fniiure Impossible. references. Boot, exflanation and profs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. Styles OFFICERS. J. T. Pinnix, president. W. II. Proctor, vice president. E C. Murray, secretary and treasurer. F. L. Fuller, attorney. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. , W. M. Morgan. A. E. LWd T n bullets in a way that greatly astonishes military men, and the army magnates ' Gorman' P ptw'p' t ' a i are after his secret. Militarv r-ommi ! Gorman' C C- Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E G. Lineberry, VV. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, H. X. Snow, T. J. Winston. Major II. H. Rogers, State Agent. after his secret. Military commis sions have made numerous tests and declared the results most satisfactory. The inventor has made the material into a sort of cuirass or breastplate in- tended to be fastened to the uniform at . . c ... the shoulders and the thighs and tlie Deneht Ol llfej weighing only six pounds. The sur ' c, taken out for their ! face of the breastplate is of ordinary military cloth, and the resisting sub- i t n Tl'( ic mil nnrlnnnoli i -C , . ?x Vaill, ; leaves the bead, arms and leg-s ex posed. At one of the tests a life size dummy figure of a soldier was dressed up with one of the shields and set up to be fired at. Not one of the bullets AS WE GROW. hi Section, because of ill-ad v : investments. intentions of the assured sometimes fail of realization Ihrotili the prodigality of a on Lo whom the sudden pos si ssion of so much money i r es too reat a temptation. ' The Firmest Fits Equitable Life has provided against these r mtingencies by offering The i online instanmeni roiic The Boom Now n 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- j pelled to advance to double and treble its present value, it is the duty of every man, r- am jm w-r 1 . . . -- a. that struck the figure went through I " U1 JUUU' 10 ever 0Wn a the material. Thv u,r, f1T1,i ! home t0 secure it now while it is within 7 JtW M a M M bedded in the coat, all of them flat tened by the resistance offered. In or der to find the probable effect of the bullets upon a human body the dummy was covered with soft material under the breastplate, and the effect upon it was but a slight depression, less than a tenth of an inch beneath where the bullet struck. It seems likely, there fore, that a soldier wearing the armor J it rt i The premiums per thousand womu Buner some painon oemg struck . . by a bullet, and at a short distance much less than Under might even be rendered insensible, but forms of insurance, and it is thought he could not be seriously the amount is payable in 20,35 inJured- or jo annual payments, thus irin a comfortable income for the beneficiary. Write to W.J. RODDEY, Manager, l or the nroliiiu.", ROCK HILL, S. C. THE GHEAT FRCGRESS OF ELECTRICITY. ;:y f.U-!lical i Surgical Instate sir, f'Tino I rcatmciii oi Iirt&K, 9 nwmwwBm w 1. m mign i ...... " . K. 2 . . . . . , ...... .....1 ,.11 ll ABANTEED :n ull cases trranged and taken. Rend four rents in stamps ftr l)i"'c '! Pt&'.r iMk aliove diseases, ami how i. tfj 'ifi ;n-. tin-in. Call or a-lur- 1 i 0W SHE GAVE HIM THE GRIP. ni) m dcst r cuci i S Ci:., ' tion this paper. MWrfllle, "f ilB. HOMiis FACTS Willi 1 1 CANSOT ES QUESTIONED ! ised Mrs Joe Person's Remedy for 1 lie chin, lipsanri nose. It had eaten com in 3 eliin until the hone was ex had eaten entirely through myooee akinv rapid progress on my lips and roots oi several teeth won-oaten en I was in this condition, in Oeto n i Had ii en given up hythedoc pronounccd it cancer, I beard t 'erson's Kemcdy through a friend, ell, and secured one hall doon bot 1 Hitters and one-half dozen Wash and commenced it s use. In about is t here was a marked improvement, e odor had disappeared and liesh need to grow on t be exposed places, o months my cbin and lip won' ro und looked as natural as beiore. in ii entirely well, but dots not give 11. Am sure I would now be entirely been able h procure the medicine ive taken 33 lottles ol the li medy k a ires o the Wash, and am confident di doz ii more bottles will etfeel a (cure. I had been subjeel to Kheu- tl my life, but since taking this I have I'oon entirely cmvi d it. lumcnced the nso ol the Remedy, I rest well at night and was iree on. He lore thai time I could not i an. I ha i to walk the door i :i agony, jest or sleep. I do not tmiiiv there lu-iiie in the world to eon pan with And Thereby Caused a Commotion in the Theater. At the theater one nig-ht two gentle men sat in the front row, next to the orchestra. Directly behind them sat a gentleman and his wife. A few mo ments before the curtain went up one of the gentlemen in the front row put his arm on the back of his companion's seat. While talking to his friend he felt a slight pinch on the arm. On looking around he saw that the lady behind him had turned to look up to the bal cony, and in so doing had placed her hand ou his arm. Realizing that she had done-so unconsciously, he did not move his arm, says the Rochester I ri ion-. Advertiser. Soon, however, he felt a hard pinch. Thinking that the best way to call the lady's attention to what she was doing would be to ask if anything was wanted, the gentleman turned and asked: "What is it, madam?" '.Sir?'' said the ladv, and immediate ly the husband blazed up. 'What do you mean by speaking to my wife?" he demanded. "Don't mean anything," was the re ply, ' but I would like to know what your wife means by pinching my arm?" Then both men looked at the lady's hand, which still rested on the arm. Both smiled, became a little nervous and apologized. During the rest ol the performance the lady kept her hand in her muff. 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. WTat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for von to own one. Hi L Mrs. V ic okia Uiveiis. way, N. c, April 11, itm. ll M Vl' l:ti'l-.t i -in ..i ,,.t e ndition aud remarkable cure ' " Person s Remedy. 1 " - oi her suffering before t ... ! ' se of t he Remedy, and ol ,ls cert Hi il to h her. Ui . . w N f M- J. L Kodw y. i . BUILD A HOME! 1' UK I'OINU SO SHE l- H. NORTON, '"itractor 1 Builder. Lon-Uistancd Skatiujr. Skating expeditions of great length are not unusual features of the winter in Holland. A popular feat is to visit in one day the eleven towns of Fries land, an aggregate distance of eighty miles. It is necessary to have good ice, practically clear of snow, a full moon, bright sky and plenty of previous prac tice. W. ,7. H. Muller, of Haarlem, accomplished this Journey a few win tors ago in thirteen hours, of which one hour and fifty-five minutes were consumed in resting and nourishing. Another remarkable feat is to skate from The Hague to Leenwarden in Holland. Its distinctive claim to no toriety is due to the necessity of cross ing the Zuyder Zee, which is only pos sible after an exceptionally severe frost. It is on record that one Keindert Reinders delivered in one day, during the winter of 1763-4, a letter from William IV. to his mother at The Hague and returned. The distance is vaguely described by the phlegmatic natives as a "fortj'-hour walk." W. Koopmans made a similar journey more recently with important state papers in fifteen hours. lit He " ' money, do good work ; suit you. to give figures anil y part of the ttate. ' lress him oi tali on him AT ,M N. C. - DK ' ' niAXTOJf" in ... t, nders I lone.e ;,s General 1 1 ,j '"ii 8tr vices to the citl- "' i'lands ir ,8Vi'cialties : Mucous r i i , J"d Aerves tfemales In tion and JiwJ ufoncbitis, ScrbfuU. iv a.i.ioa'-, Secondary and -7 s. Home at C. M. Hern ' " ;k , m J,e welry Store. Offlce ft. m. to 12 in., and from 2 p.;m A Civilized Gorilla. At the aquarium in Berlin there is a big gorilla whose habits are about a; correct as those of the most of his dis tant relatives. He gets up at eight in the morning, takes a bath, and use? soap without hesitation. When his toilet is completed he takes a cup oi milk, after which he eats two loaves of bread with Frankfurt sausages and smoked Hamburg beef, all of which he moistens with a glass of weiss beer. At one p. m. he takes a bowl of soup, with rice ami potatoes, and a wing ol a chicken. He uses his knife and fork and his napkin; but when be thinks that his keepers are not observing him he discards the impediments of civili zation and plunges his muzzle into the bowl, as if to give evidence of the mel ancholy fact that even a gorilla can be a hog. Or DcLi(u2ted Women, should use BAOFIELB'3 FEMALE REGULAT6 Every ingredient possesses superb Ton: properties and exerts a wonderful ir.. ence in toning up and strengthenino- h . system, by driving through the proper channels all impurities. Health aud strength guaranteed to result from its use. " My wife, who was bedridden for oizh fen months, after using Bradfleld'tt bemaic Jtegutator for two months is getting well." J. M. Johnson, Malvern. Ark. BRADims T?kqui.ator Co.. At'ania Uu Soid by Druggists at $1.00 per bottle. MORTGAGEE'S SALE By virtue of the mortgage dr-d dated the l;jth day of November, 1888, which is duly rexr Istered in book No. 12 (mortgages;, pages 359 to 3titi, in the oilice of the register of deeds for Durham county, to which ref erence is made for further and full particulars, and pursuant to ihe power of sale therein, the undersigned will. On Saturday, duly H, 1SJKJ, at 12 O'clock M. at the court house door in Durham, N. C , sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, the folio - ing real estate, included in said mort gage, to-wit : The Brick Prize House Lot and improvements situated on the corner of Cor coran and Parrish streets, in Durham. N. C , now occupied by Paul Norwood, and used liy said aul Norwood for his saloon or bar. Terms cash. J. 8. CAKK, Durham, X. C, June 7. 'W. Mortgagee. I have just returned from the North and have the finest linos in the way of CLOTHING Which will be shown in the c-itv of Durham this season. I EMPLOY WORKMEN And Know What to Do. For a Suit of Fine Clothes See Me. J. S. MESLEY, Merchant Taifor, Main Street, Durham. N. C. THE SEST IM THE WORLD) LACKWEIP BULL lUDflUUU. for Infants and Children. " ( astoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescript i. n known to me." II a. Archxr. M. I . Ill So. Oxford St . Brooklyn, X Y. "The use of 'Castoria is so universal and its merits so well known that it scms a work of supererof?ation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mjuityn, D. D.. New York City. Catoria run's t V die, t '. nstiat in. Sour Su:nach, Diarrhoea. Kructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and pnn; te dt pMloa, Without loJartOM medication. "For several y-ars I have recituunendctl your ' Cast ria, and sixall always continue t do so as it has invariably produced Ix-neflclal results." Fuwin f. PaaaaB, m. d., 1-J5t! Street and 7th Ao., New York Citv. The Centai r Company. 77 MCTUUV Street, New Yurk Citt. A Big Bargain T DO YOU WANT DI UHAM DIRT? Eleven Vacant J.ots will be sl(l singly r in n bunch at KXLow Water Figures.gl Six minutes1 walk from the court house. Good neighbor hood. Those who live near there own homes. Between Cleveland and Roxboro streets. Call on or address M GLOBE IGK THE BET ARE CHEAPEST MANUFACTURE AND SELL Only the Best! GET THE GENUINE NONE OENUINE WITEOUT THE ftade-Mark of the Pull on Each Packaga 1 1 " v Situated in the immediate Section of Coun ;y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that ir texture, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position tl command the choice of all offerings upon this narket, wn spare no pains nor expense to qmn ns acc ffMt VfcRY BEST. a. M. HARDIN, JR., tony, hi ud Sals MV. Near first Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS in THE CITY At Reasonable linte?. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY ! e;uie i ea nip and Careful Drivers. MK A CAI.1. J. W. HUTCH INS - A T 11 YOl ARE City Market, Stall No. 1, GOING TO BUILD GETS DAILY A N I) FRESH CHICAGO MEAT ;i:t rincKs or MILLER &. DUKE North Durham Brick Yards. BY EXPRESS. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepare! in 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 Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL TH B VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. G. ST0RN0NIS, Stall No. 0, City Market. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, All Kinds Vegetables iu Season Shingles and Laths. "" Come and see us. Office, next to Wright 4 FlX-ll Country BtiUer abl Poultry Merrick 6 barber shop. Maia street. H. C. HOWELL CO., Durham. N. C a Specialty. GIVE ME A CALU Main Street (FIVE POINTS), Durham, We manufacture, out of the Very Highest Grades of Material, every variety and kind of Vehicle, from the lighted one man Baggy to the heaviest twenty four passenger Break. REPAIRING IN WOOD- IRON AND TAINT A SPECIALTY. Improvement the Order of the Age! -o- The Smith Premier Typewriter is now the recognized standard. We guarantee to keep ir in good order. We are selling more Typewriters in the two Carolinas thai all other agents combined. That is because w4 have the Best Machine and the public know that now. We shall be much pleased to have your address if you need a Writing Machine. GONZALES & WITHERS, COLUMBIA, S. C General Agents for North and South Carol inn. S. W. HOLMAN fc CO., Sanitary Engineers AND All Electrical Contractors ! WHOLESALE AM) DETAIL DEALERS IN Kinds of Material and Tools fok Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas ?.nd Steam Fitters. CONTRACTOK8 fOK HEATING BY STEAM OK HOT WATER! (.KNTS tOK THE NATIONAL HOT WATER HEATER COMPANY. IHCT.IiMltfl UiKNTs WOU Gr. 4& BA11UAM 1 1 Catalogue?, Price Lists, Etc., Furnished on Application.