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THE DURHAM DALLY GLOBE, TUESDAY, JUNE 13.
m T m IRA 143 B HOW l Your Blood? . ilignant breaking out on my leg knee, ;t!l was cured Bound ana well , ;UUi a half bottles of licin S Lad failed NO LONGER IN DEBT. Manitoba Mennonites Even with the Canadian Government. Will C. Beaty, yorkville, S C. Th Uphill Work of the Sturdy Col onists in Paying for Their Homes A Thrifty and Grow lug Community. 1 .idtled from childhood with an (,f L tter, i-iHi uiree ooiues n 1 . ired in-" pi-i inaiipu M&cnrille, I. T. :1mxI and Skin I usoases mailed 11 i SPECIFIC Co.! Atlanta, ia. APROINTMENTS 4 i i ; r i G ; Treatment, consitirig of , ales of Ointment and two . A. never-falling Care for Pilei an! djrree. It luiiUes an operation , irjectionHOf carbolic acid, which : peribi cent care, and often Ytfhy enduro '.sense.'' W eunnntoe 6 - tMu r.;.tA- Yi.Il Ith V -pi . n ;. -1 box, 0 for $5. Sent by mall. ud by oar agents, rtftiir t rx A T 1 fi M Cure''. Piles Prevented, CO " 5 J: ' by Japanese Liver Pellds , KK nnd STOMACH REGULATOR and Kil'iElt. HraalL mild a-!d pleasant to ' KMptfcd xor chii Irei jhv, 6U Doses i ''ot'-via-'-'iLi- i . nod only by v : IU5Y, Durbam, N. C. - I Evi y Man Ditalist. A j .A V come a capitalist at laying by a small part of arly income and invest -Tontine policy of the Ec able Life act! :i si i you can instantly se a capital of i ,ooo (or for i capital of $ 10,000), thus liring an estate which you ve to your heirs, or re- c 1 e a in nu ior your own in old are, if your life prolonged. li a step will prompt you will strengthen your will increase your con r, will preserve you from id will give you lasting satisfaction. Plan is Simole. The Security Absolute. i the perfect development the life policy. To-day is the right time to get facts and ; ires. Address W. J. RODDEY, Manager, I or the Carolinas. ROCK HILL, S. C. The FOR SALE ! A I nil M BARGAIN ! I Vinting Establish- which has a good run of custom. 1; i waii's a Genuine Bargain Addres3 THE DURHAM GLOBE. I FACTS I I WHICH CANNOT BE QUESTIONED ! ed Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy for i ir chin, hps and nose, it had eaten uu uiy uhiu until the bone was ex it iui'l cairn cnt 11 i i v 1 inouiMi my nose . 1 1 - rapid progress oa Day lips ami r uns of several teetb were eaten 1 I was in this condition, in Octo . 1 1 bad li i'ti LMvt'ii mi hv the doc- .11 llt'i 1TI1 1 1 n. j I if .-iii.'i.i- I li...itl t I "fi ' 'I 11 I 1 I 1 III . 1 -oil's Remedy through a friend veil, and secured one half dozen bot Hitters and one half dozen Was! 1 -.and commenced its use. In about i! t here was a marked improvement "five odor bad disappeared and tlesh : u cd to grow on the exposed places re months my chin and lip were en '" 1 anu hinMM as natural as oetorc - Hi I 1 Ml I 't I ' Will I i 1 1 1 1. M . n it iriVA . ' li -i.it- 1 won ( now ne entirely I mi rl :! !. fi. i.'iii'ii tin. 11 p iiji'ii 1' 'v I l.rvitlV I IK ll.-'llVl.. ' ten it. 11 i " tak :i ' ; bottles of the Remedy , . s of the Wash, and am confident mi down more ben les will effect ; . 1 1. a I been subject to ttfceu-l ni life, but since taking thisC 1 1. . . 1 . . . . j 1 Attci caticn posed, gams, ber. Mi Mrs and tin le In en eiiliri iv eiire.1 ot if use ot the Remedy, 1 x . at night and was tree 'in. Hi re that time 1 could not . 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 li i.l t,, .,-..11 l... llwn ... .i.rni- I I'UIK 111 UVVI HI Ilp-V.klj , - ci p. 1 do not think there lie world to compare with - il sufferers to use it. M us icroBXA Rivers. N . April 11. lM. i nt i an exact description lit i n and remarkable cure Mrs Ji e Person's Remedy. 1 ss ot ber Riiffflrins before The Mennonite farmers of Manitoba, to whom the dominion government loaned nearly one hundred thousand dollars eighteen years ago to enable them to immigrate to farming lands in Manitoba, have repaid the debt with interest, closing the account, and also the nnusual and romantic relations that all these years have existed e- tween them and the government of Canada. The storv is told in the latest report of A. M. Burgess, deputy minis ter of the department of the interior, and quoted by the New York Sun. Early in 1872, soon after the great northwest had been transferred to Can ada, the government began to look abroad for settlers to turn the bound- ess prairie into fruitful fields. They leard that in Russia was an isolated people, the German Mennonites, a race )f farmers who desired to find new tomes in the far west, whore they and their wives and children could live in peace ana quietness, whicn was no onger assured to them by the govern ment of the czar. Canada at once sent an agent to Kussia to ask these people to send representatives to Manitoba to inspect the country. So they sent to Canada several persons in whom they lad confidence, and the result of their report wa that in 1874 many families went to Manitoba and settled a few miles southeast of Winnipeg. They were supplied with money and needed no assistance. Hundreds of their friends, however, desired to follow them, but were i)revent.ed by the fear that they might become stranded in a strange country before they were able to support themselves. This fact was published in a Canadian newspaper, and the result was that about 150 well- to-do farmers of German extraction, who lived in the county of Waterloo, Ont., formed themselves into the Wa terloo society and told the government that if it would advance the money re quired to assist the Minnonites to Man itoba they .would pledge their farms as security for the repayment of the loan. The government found the se curity excellent and accordingly ad vanced 890,400 to the immigrants with the understanding that it would not ask for any part of the principal or in terest until the Mennonites who bor rowed the money had been able to get a fair start in their new homes. All the government had to do was to ad vance the money. The business de tails were looked after by the Waterloo society. Its secretary saw to the dis tribution of the loan, its collection and its repayment to the government. This branch of the Mennonite colony settled in townships immediately north of the international border between the Eed river on the east and Pembina mountain on the west. At that time the tract was a treeless prairie, rich in everything, except trees, thatmakes ag ricultural lands desirable. The immi grants began to cross the ocean in 1875, and the work of preparing shelter for the winter and the difficulty of cretting supplies prevented them the first season from bringing more thar a small area under cultivation. Noth ing, however, disheartened the sturdy workers, though their first crop was injured by grasshoppers and the next two crops by excessive 'ains. Each year saw considerable additions to their number and a larger area, u.ider cultivation. Their village grew, they built roads and bridges, and to-day the country that seventeen years ago was a treeless prairie without a solitary settler is one of the most thriving in the Canadian northwest. It is, in fact, beo-innincto overflow, and many of the young men are looking for homesteads further west, either in Manitoba ortne northwest territories. The money which these people have repaid in cludes not only the 590,400 borrowed. okn Ri'.pi.osri interest. makin; a total return of $180,880. Mr. Burgess. in his report, rightly observes that 'the history of no country affords a case in which an obligation to the gov eminent on the part of any society company or individual has been ful filled with greater faithfulness than this' The entire transaction seems creditable to the government, the Men nonite immigrants and the Waterloo d It. is noteworthy that IJVv v i npitli.'r of the nersons to whom the loan was made nor the Waterloo so ciety, which became accountable for its repayment, has ever requested any abatement of the terms of refund, nor in any case has there been an3 effort of the settlers or their bondsmen to es cape liability. For Durbam Distric t in Fart -Dr. K. A. Yate, Presiding Elder. Ilillsboro ami Cedar GnJve, at Cedar Grove, June 17-18. Carr church, morning, June 25 TrinUy, night, June 25. Durham circuit, Pleasant Green, morn ing, July 1 2. Main Street, night, July 2. Roxboro circuit, Roxboro, (D. C ) July 5-9. Leasburg circuit, Hebron, July 15 10. Postmaster Albright has received a communication from Postmaster Gen eral Bissell, staling that there will be established in the government buildings on the World's fair grounds a branch o the Chicago postoffice, which will con tinue during the entire period of the fair. This branch office will be for the benefit of persons who do not know when leaving their homes the precise lo cation of the Chicago office. This office is to do all the business of first class postoffice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed : ''World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111." VIGOR of MEN EasHjr, Quickly. Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY. lSS and all thtti III) from early er "ill. 7 i &cesses. tht mm M1MW V aln of eviis errors or later v sses. tnc results of c verwurk, nlckaess, worry. etc. Full strength, development and tone piven to eery organ and portion of the body. Simple, natural methods. Immediate inipr rement Seen. Failure impossible. U.iXO references. Boole, explanation and proofs mailed isealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. Styles CURES RISING BREAST "MOTHER'S FRIEND" oiTered child-beqring woman. I have been n mid-wife ""3y years, and in each rase where "ittotneT'Fiend, hadbeenused it has accomplished wonders and relieved much suffering. It is the best remedy for rising of the breast known, and worth the price for that aloie. 3Dts. M. M. Bkcstkh, Montgomery, Ala. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of price, $1.50 per bottle. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sold by all druggists. Atlanta , 5 A. NOTICE I Firmest FitT I have just returned from the North and have tho finost lines in the way of CLOTHING Which will be shown in the city of Durham this season. I EMPLOY WORKMEN And Know What to Do. For a Suit of Fine Clothes See Me. The Annual Meeting of the Stock holders of the Lynchburg and Dur ham Railroad Company will be held ON FRIDAY, JUNH 30, at 12 o clock noon, at the othce o the First National Bank, in the city of Lynchburg, Va. -All Stockholders are hereby noti fied to attend. W. C. HOUSTON, JR., President. THE CILLER TRAY TRUNK The MOST CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. 'THE TRAY is arranged to roll back, leav ing the bottom of the Trunk easy of ac cess. Ninth 5 nf tn break or tret 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 you, notify tho manufacturers, W. ROUNTREE d. BRO., H Richmond. Va. PLASTICO! For nicest and best WALL FINISH! USE PLASTICO. . Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole Aprent for Plasgco in Durham. J. S. M! Merchant Tailor, Main Street, Durham, N. C. fHE BEST m THE WORLD BULL DO sin TOBACCO. II I . I w it GET THE 6ENUINE AO.VE OENriJfE WITHOUT THE Jrade-Mark of the Pull on Each Package Situated in the immediate Section of Coun t?y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that it texture, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the world, and being in position tc command the choice of all offerings upon thii luarket, we spare no pains nor expense to giw Mie yade THE VERY BEST. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Livery, Feed d Sale Stabks ! Near First Baptist Church. was he be N use ol tlu Remedy, and ot i titled to by ber. MKS. J. L. liODWL Li. BILD A HOME ! HE DOING SO SEE c. tt. N OR TON, ii - w "tractor jukI Builder. you money, do good v.'ork t and suit you. pleased to give figures and in any part of the state. ' ess him or call on him at- l KHAM, N. C. Valuable Find of a Diver. A very important archaeological find was made in November last, according to the Philadelphia Ledger, in the harbor of Saloniche by a diver in search of sponges. When the diver came up from the bottom of the sea he displayed a handful, not of sponges, but of silver coins of a very antique date. He turned over the coins to the proprietor of the boat, who ordered him back to find some more coins. He went down to the bottom of the sea several times in succession, finally he found at the depth of about one hundred feet an iron box, which con tained nearly eighteen pounds of sil ver coin. The proprietor of the boat made the seamen in his employ prom ise to be silent. He made them some presents in money, and the find re mained a secret for nearly three months. Recently one of the seamen, having quarreled with his master, be trayed the secret to the Greek govern ment, and the latter compelled him to produce the coins. They date back to the days of ancient Macedonia, and are ia an excellent state of preserva tion, showing the bust of Alexander the Great, holding in one hand th 6cepter and in the other a bird, seem ingly a falcon. The coins have been, turned over to the museum at Athanal J L Hill Printing Co., RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, ' PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHERS OF "00ITFEDEEATE SCRAP BOOK," Price by Mail. $1.50. " H0WITZEB S0TJVENIB," Price by Mail, 28 Cts Orders by Mail receive Prompt Attention THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. J. w. HUTCHINS -AT- City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY for Infants and Children. M Cast ori a is 90 well adapted to children tbat I recommend it as superior to any prescription kaoera to me." H. A Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N Y. "Tbe use of 'Castoria is s- universal nnd its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. lew are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach.''', Carlos Martyn, D. D., New York City. Catoria cures (li. V .im ipation. Sour BtOBMOki IMarrhtea, Eructation, Kills Worms gives .le"j., aini prow.t"s .11 gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I hare recommended your ' Castoria.' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardee. M. I.. l Joth Street and ?th Ave., New York City The Centacu Company, , Mi rray Street. New York ClTT. T " vjvxxf DO YOU WANT DURHAM DIRT? Eleven Vacant Lots will be sold singly or in a bunch at Low Water Figures.251 Six minutes1 walk from the court bouse. Good neighbor hood. Those who live near there own homes. Between Cleveland and Roxboro streets. Call on or address - ' v. Main Street (FIVE POINTS), Durham, N. C. We manufacture, out of the Very Highest G.-ades of Material, every variety and kind of Vehicle, from the lightest one man liugpy to the heaviest twenty four passenger Break. REPAIRING IN WOOD, IRON AND PAINT A SPECIALTY. Improvement the Order of the Age ! -o- recog nized Tru Smith Premier Tvoewriter is now the standard. AVe guarantee to keen ir in good order. We are selling more Typewriters in the two Carolinas than all other agents combined. 'That is because we 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, General Agents for North and South Carolina. FRESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. AGENTS WANTED For the only authorized Biography of James G. Blaine, Bv Gail Hamilton, his literary executor, with the co-operation of his family, and W Blaine's jrreat History, "Twenty Years of Con press." and his later book. "Political Du!" sions." One prospectus for the three DOOEB. Exclusive territory given. Write for terms to Norwicn, conn. G. STORNONIS, Stall No. 9, City Market. S. W. HOLM AN Sanitary Engineers & CO., a., AND The Henry Bill Pub. Co. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice i3 hereby given that the firm of Michaels & Co. 15 dissoivd by ",?E?2 and that tbe stock of sail firm is sold to Mr. Bburham?May 9, 1893. MICHAELS 4 CO. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. GIVE MB A CALL. All Electrical Contractors ! WHOLESALE AND BETA lb DEALERS IN Kinds of Material and Tools IOK- Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. CONTRACTORS FOB HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER AGENTS FOK THE NATIONAL HOT WATEE HEATER COMPANY. SK1.L1NU AGKNLS FOK Catalogues, Price Lists, Etc., Furnished on Application. LJ