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THE BUKflAM DAILY GLOBJE, MONDAY, JUNE 26.
OFFICERS ELECTED ! The American Bible Society Has an Interesting Sleeting. DANGER IN PUNGENT ODORS. ! A PREACHER DIES. Smelling Salts Injurious to the Olfactory Xerres and a Cause of Deafness. Kev. T. H. Law Makes a Talk Fall of Good Sense. Rev. J. P. Mason. Near Chapel XI ill. TMes ITesterday. BUSINESS COMMITTEES APPOINTED Jj?f nose aD-d throat, and often the eyes I u-n up wun tears, .frequent inaul Every one does not know that aro- matic salts and very strong-, pungent , , . , . fJ ... odors are injurious to the nerves of i TLt death of Kev J P MD' "hich mell and often produce serious if not occurred yesterday at hi home near incurable difficulties. It is well under- Chapel Rill, will cause e neral regret stood, says a writer in the Philadel- ! throughout this section of the state,' phia Times, that certain scents start j where he was widely known and greatly the action of the secretory crlands of ! iwinr..,i ; uv.iwtv.u- Mr. Mason m long heen prominent These Comprise Representative from g-ence in the use of such perfumes in the Baptist ministry, where he was an 1 rans earnest laborer, and as a private citizen ; soon overtasic tne secretory orcans Each Church and All Are in It I and tcpal-pn t Vifm trtm Amur tVio t-vt-. , wan nn lcs nr?ivo for tl. m.wl nf Ma f.,1 i son observes that the hearing- is less lows. In his home be was genial and acute than usual and the sense of j hospitable, and no straneer or beggar smell seems defective. This is of . . .. . . , "cm ji V - i. i mcii lli'iu lll it nil. for a Great Year's Work. The Durham Auxiliary of the Amen can Bible Society held its annual meeting course accredited to a cold or some yesterday afternoon at the Presbyterian similar cause and but little is thought church His health iiad been delicate for some ' .... of it. After a time the pntirp head he- l,mP. yi't era aczih was a surprise to m'st The ministers and members of nnrri(lli afftoH Wrm mA CTii ' nf his friends Hp siidi vmn (.r r.. ; the different churches were in attendance almost if not entirely lacking, and and had been in the ministry since he and Dr. T. H. Law, the state agent for here arf throat and lung complica- W!t, a vnir.? n.an A idow alone sur j . ,wu..aimcii wt-imiucuiunif, , v V(S children hrdn - all dead r.M5n- a ' wSkIs mWb ;I&bW $10 GETS $20 EVERT POP AT get a report of the past year's work. In the absence of the president, Col. J. S. Carr, Rev. II T. Darnall presided. A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. The important experiences of others are Interesting. The following is no exception: "1 had been troubled with heart disease '25 "- .. . ... ... vt mi . nidi i tn iii;ii i i rue vtTV s t iiii v. r i r I discover that loss of hearing is almost 11 11118 conDly ile w"' !'e macii missed five years I was treated by one physician con- invariably caused by some disease of the church and also in he community ESX"cc55j lfauL Trtj the throat or nose, or both. Put very ! where h s influence h bee:! -. power for sician told my friends that I could not live a feet : North and South Carolina, was there to if not fatal, illness. It has taken the medical world a great many years to He has also a brother, Mr W. ('. Mason, very The services were onened bv Revs. F. A. r,eCent arches in these fields have good. oemonstrated this fact bej-ond ques- ISlsnop, ot the .Main Mreet Methodist, tion. and it is now admitted bv the Hie interim-: I tuck and J church W Wellnns of tiie Christian ! most advanced medical men that, aside from rupture of the ear drum, there is ' scarcelv asvmntomnfdefeetive hor-i WOMEN A3 SHOES LACKS. The address by Dr. Law was entertain j which is not traceable directly to They Are Numerous in Fmnee and home Have 3Iarrietl Rich Customers. V... .r.,-.-..i:J J.T I . i lnr .nd inf.,d n,. lifn in.,, )i.... cunnia. I '"iHiou oi me nose ana tnroat. j In view of the new discoveries ear spe- I S 1 I . 1 s mm X lion. iy numuer oi applicants were ao . L. VI 1 1 - , , 1 I 1 i niouifi. :iy ieei ana nmus were nauiy swol len, and I was indeed in a serious condition ... , . ... ik wj;en a gentleman directed my attention to i .um-r .ltiv iirari i ure, hiiu sum iiuti iii famdv burying ground neai 1 i ; pel Hid. sister, who had been afflicted with heart dh- I ease, had been cured hy the remedy, and was i i axain ascrong, neaitny woman. I purcnaseo j a lottle of v lie Heart Crure, and in less than I an hour after taking the first dose I could feel a decided improvement in the circulation of my blood. When I had taken three doses I could move my ankles, something I had not mitted to membership, and after the reading of the secretary's report for the twelve months past, the plan of work for A custom is raoidJv nmininnr rrrinH LU,UBW ire nnamg tneir occupations in k ranee, and especially in Toulon gone, save as they make their particu- and certain other towns, which, it may lar branch an assistant in further in- safely be prophesied, will not find estimation. It is said that the use of much imitation in this couutrv. This smelling salts is one of the most pro- is the omnlovment nf w-mr,,.!, ttr00t the eominir vear w as manned out and . lific. causes of deafness, operating by shoeblacks. i-i wjiix, v uti v ir.-. aim iiic J. icrn.il i ... tnrougn them the auditory system. ! most coquettishly gotten up. and as to All strong or pungent odors should be their caps and i'rills have somewhat avoided as far as possible, especially the appearance of hospital nurses, and those which act upon the secretory ; it is surprising that though their occu- processes, and, as the popular expres- j pation is a tolerably dirty one, they al own goes, mane tne nose run. Cole's N. Y. Racket Merchants say they save tS per cent and freight in huymg from u. and they mean I iht cent of course when they say ii per cent Well, our customers say that we are ju5t fan ning thinirs out right and left on giod, honest goods at half prices and less. How can you aU on ithMD ? ia an every day ouestion. Now see them tto down to where some may faint or clot-e doors. $3 5 glove-titting shoe, $1.8; glove fitting shoe. 11.13 glove-tit Cingsboe, US cents. Tkeaeahoefl are warrantel solid leather throughout end we ir with per fect ease. Wobons! Ribbons! No comparison in price, they are so much below any hovseon the aiobe. We have increased ribooM over double and can five all shades. 5 Inch all silk 8ash ribon. :i" cents, worth 7" cents to 1 ": Pi inch all silk more rihlon, US cents, wonh ." to ;vu cents : No. 38 all silk moire riiion onn 15 cents, worth 31 to 4U anywhere : No. ;. ( k. ribb n . cents ; No. U (i. . 8. B. ribbon only 5 cents. Ladies1 black hose, warranted stainless, on 10 e-nt. wort h cents : cream and white ladies" and children nose only 10 cents, wortli 3 to 25 cents. Keal good ilt edae note paper ft cents a quire; envelopes to match S cents a pack or lo packs for zft cents Black and cream silk laces hall prices and less French shoe polish, "i cents, .swan's down. 5 ., . - . 1 . Crnts a nox, worm iu cents, wnue r piuit. These trice should wake the world alive and bring merchants, mllliooal es and all from eveV quarter. This wav for the grand rush atnl brin'j- s une money with you. Terms cash on delivery. J. L. COLE it CO'S Wiiolesale aid Retail N. Y. Racket rjnderbuyers and Underst llers of AIL LUMBER, LUMBER. SPECIAL SALE Of un GOODS to si- vVhite new officers elected as follows: President George W. Watts. Treasurer II. X. Hnow. Secretary and depositary T. J. Gattis. Executive committee A. M. Culhert son, J. If. Whitted, E. J. Parrish, H. J. Bass, T. B, Fuller, W. H. Branson, J. Ii Rfgsbee, W. J. Wyatt. To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently, when costive or billions or when the blood is impure or done for rnonths.and my limbs had been swol len so long that they seemed almost putrihed. Before I had taken one bottle of the New Heart Cure the swelling had all gone down, and I was so much better that I did my own work On my recommendation six others are taking this valuable remedy." Mrs. Morgan, 500 VV. Harrison St.. Chicago, 111. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, a discovery of an ..11 . 1 .. . . - : . . : . : . I V . urn . n tiruno rw I t n i . " . - I . l:i ,.i Wfimon tti.li1-ii-cL- r.. uruKgisu on ii iosiue itua ramee.or seni " t jh.ii lummu uuuibui uiu.r..-. oic nv Tne I ir A i ik Moi u-m I'n - .1:111 in rn receipt of price, SI per bottle, six bottles for ?i. evnre- nretiAid. Tt noitiv.-lv f rf fr-.ir all opiates or dangerous drugs, " HOUSE BILLS COfVjPLETE WATER CATS. Many Sportsmen of the Nile Train Pass to Become an Expert Fisher. Though it seems somewhat difficult to understand how the the Nile trained their cats not only to i SeCI? treat the whole affair as hunt o-ame. hut. to rPtn,, u . i Kooa JOKC- are numerous ZJ 7 1 V J.1 W1J1 L1M ways seem clean and tidy; some of them are doing the polishing in gaunt let gloves. In the towns in which they are em ployed they certainly are a success pe cuniarily, especially where English and American visitors, who generally j and other points all kind.- of Lumber. SoM by W, M Warby, Durham. AT SHORT NOTICE. . , , ww mm ..... UU UUUC CULn UC U1U llCU Oil sluggish to permanently cure habitual the walls of Thebes afford proof of the constipation, to awaken the kidneys and Egyptian cat's service in this re- Jiver to a healthy activity, without irrita- spect. ting or weakening them, to dispel head- Jn OQe of these representations, savs allies, colds or fevers, use Svrun of FiVb the ioton Globe, puss is depicted in ' r I 4.1 A. " . . ... ... . . me aci o, seizing a Dira that has been COMING AND GOING. brought down by the marksman in the boat; while in another scene the cats are seen in the boat ready for their work. Thus, it appears, from these ancient illustrations of field and other sports, that the Egyptians were able to train their domestic cats to act in the same way as our modern retrieverdogs do. It is generally supposed that nothing Ttr 1 1 I ,'t,,l,,.... . ... A A A a i Mr YV R XT,.,..- i- r "iwuc a cat 10 enter water, but ia this is .l..nrlr o iio.. in tU nil,. - - xd.i.y, iuu- juailV . fit lPr nrmil nr nntmnc. nl.,,,, : 1 I .-.j....... ..wviwu.-, ,lUL Lilt; ctli Cant. N. A. Ramsev retnrneil In (hp worlcl . . city to-day. uS( r 1S an excellent swimmer, as uMuy nave luunu to tneir cost; and so Mr. V. W. Cheek left this morning for tne oat another member of the tiger Klon College. family, can swim equally well if it has any occasion to evert itn rvmrois: iti, W I 4 11 . . I. 1 . v inn i wr.,1. Alien nuiiin, oi llillsboro, is in in quest of prey or to effect its eseane me ( ny 10 uay. irom some enemy n ik- win en, , , As cats are exceedingly fond of fish v ..,..,,, ocs,oi v uanoue, passed thev will often Hmo t.h oil. .- T5 - . . . V . ' H L , 1 i hi onj; it io uay. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Mr. .1 M. Manning went lo Raleigh to day. Mr. W. A. Erwin went to Raleigh to day. their native element whenever thev "et the chance. They have even been known to helo tnemseives nout of aquaria that have been left uncovered, and on moon light nights they may be seen watchine- ior tne unwary occunants of a fiih Hnn. H. C. Jones, of Charlotte, passed pond, during the spawning season es pecially. Mr. Walter Bradsher is spending the afternoon in Raleigh. .Junius rarker spent yesterday with his parent-; at Graham through to day on the Raleigh train. Mr. .. Banks Holt, of Graham, was a passenger on Hie Raleigh train today. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard, of Raleigh, spent yesterday in Durham visiting thci TOUGH ON TYPEWRITERS. parents. urs. n. i. Leary arrived yesterdav from Philadelphia on a wish to part nts Mrs. T D. Jones and two little sons returned to-day from llillsboro. All the Pleasures of Their Vocation to Be Swept Away by a Mac hine. The typewriter girl has undergone a metamorphosis. She no longer looks lovingly into the eyes of her employer as she rattles off messages of business to be indited bv hr n ..;n her winning ways stir the heart of the big man she works for. All this, in the opinion of the New York World, is heen.na a week s stav at . w ..v, muuuuu- ' y tion of the phonograph into most gen eral use. A great many of these in- Mr. Henry 8. Barbee, Misses Minnie uments are in use' answering the Howell and Millie Bnucom visited Chat PurPosos 01 an ever-ready and accurate am ycsterda m ... 1 fgtoonc uusiufss man. lOCKed up in the quiet seclusion of his own day from Philadelphia and will be in the rm' nmv says a11 he has to sa' in the City for a few days. receiving horn of a phonograph. He 1 'vvio wu jh: uusioess letters at a rate Dr. r. II. Law, of Soutii Carolina, that no shorthand girl could follow agent of the American Bible Society PVhen hc has finished he sends the ma- pent yesterday in Durham. chine into the room occupied by her, M. IU,,ie Edw.rd., who hM hw ? Z Z 1 " ff" . m mm l u VV11 WlVlll tl 1 IU ICIl Tisiting .Miss Ora earby. returned to them in cold print with the aid of her ner none at ttaJetgn this morning typewriter. I . T . . - Mr. and Mrs. X. It Rrn.l..nR ... 1 nnu it s real mean." said a dear - n ...... . . ji:..i . unit ypewnter girl recently. "I have worl .1 for Mr. Blond six months, and have written every letter that he has sent out of this office, and yet I have never had the chance of saying a word to him or of having the pleasure of hearing his own dear voice falling on my ears. Its too bad. I say, and if these awful machines are more gen erally put into use we girls won't have half a chance." turned to Raleigh this morning, after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs George Lougee. Mr. S L. Adams came down from rlillsboro to day and will go to Chase City this evening His health is still very poor Hon. F L Fuller, accompanied by his wife, returned lo dav from llillsboro, where they have been rusticating for the past few days. Misses Maggie and Cornie Clegg, of Greensboro, who have been visiting Misa Lottie Smith, left to-day for Chapel Hill, to visit friends. Dr. A G Carr and son- and Mr. T. H. Man in left to-day for Carteret Lodge, where they will spend a week or ten davs catching eels and live alligators. To cure nervousness your nerves must be fed bv pure blood. Hood's Sarsapar ilia makes pure blood. Take it now. It is said that one reason for the oc cupation being a popular one among women of a certain grade in life is that many of the fair polishers have mar ried opulent customers who have been impressed by their shining qualities. A Hardy Cactus. There grows upon the sands of the Atlantic coast, at least as far north as the Virginia line, a little cactus with a pretty yellow flower. It nourishes in the dryest seasons and where nought but bare sand is visible for many square yards. The secret of its sturdy growth amid hard conditions is found, perhaps, in the character of its roots. They are long and tough, like twine cords, and, radiating in several direc tions, they convey to the plant what ever moisture the ground contains for yards around. Oddly enough, too, this cactus, when torn up by the roots and conveyed north,seems to live on indefi nitely under entirely new conditions, its roots cut short, planted in clay soil, and abundantly watered. Itchinir, burning, scaly and crusty scalps of infants cleansed and healed, and quiet sleep restored by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Sold at W. M. Yearby's. University of Horth Carolina l And i!e&. TtWt KOlIl'MKNT-Faculty of 25 teachers. 11 buildings. 7 scientific laboratories, library of i HrPSSPfi Hpiliun Sinai Flnnrinn 30.1X0 volumes, 316 students. j Ul t;fl3CU WtJIIIIiy t till riUUM.'ty, Shingles and Lathn. INSTRUCTION Five freneral courses, ti brief courses, professional course in law, medicine, engineering and chemistry, op tional courses. EXPENSES Tuition. ffiO per year. Scholar ships and loans for the needy. Address PRESIDENT WINSTON, Chapel Hill, N. O. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. ft. C. SfOWKIX & CO., nurlmm. N. V, fclT -m"- ml IT- 1 I WMmm RESTORED ,LNorve Seeds," This wonderful remedy .'E"-. 1 . ....... all nervous diseases, pucIi ns Weak Memory, Ion f Brain Power, Headache, Wajufulmeea, Loit Manhood, .MkIhh- i:mlnMlon. Maleknesa, Evil llreamn, l. ick ol'(-on(iitn e, NerrouMM, ad dniujs and losa of power in Generative Orrnns of either sex can.- xl by overexertion, yonthlul errors, excessive u-f of totntco. op'uni Those who desire cure Choice Plain I .a urn a O.IAlr fiiU i Dimities in Stripes and Checks, Dotted Swiss, Etc should not delay making se lections at Ellis, Stone & ( o We ha e nave onened h n.,.- White Goods Department, and are offering the newest and most popular goods at closing out price. 1 Special Sale of White ( roods and Embroideries at Ellis, Stone & Co 1 24 Main Street. . NorfalkiWestnU I ; vnment to carry in ve.st pocket, liy mail prepanl In plain box to nny V ! address for 9X each, or for ttS. (With every orCrr we aire PJJH iiid n gnarantee toenre or refund tht- money. Kr siile nv EFOltfc, AND Air TEB LSIMi. Address .1EBVE SFEO CO.. Munoulc Temple, C hi eaSo, III.' For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS Sz Co., and by W. M. 'EARBY Druo-ists. t fc" C h .... ,. Jwm irm ..te A f . m. wmm. r - 1 t'l ' V K" L-' ' '.Vr.iTiliA I :' mmderfnfrefredyfeaoM I Zhi tw. A - : ! - difeaaes suchas Week Mem- h-f pl ' CK.-.ilov.sr,L it MaaUu id, Nightly Lmustons, Evil Dreams raa' Ml V tmmJ J LrcVofConr.t icetZ r: i, Iajritade, til drains and loa of power ;u. : nia m ciikct c.t cansea i v ov r exertioa, youtnttu errors, or excessive use of uAtacco, opinm ci stimulants which son lead u IcSrr.ii y,Cor and Insanity, Put ep convenient lo cany in v t rocket. Ser.t by mail in plain packa: a toai raddn i foe il, or 8 for r.;-. fWitlt every $5 crier r ciTeaTrtittra c".-".-4-. crnind tfci IBOaay. Circular Fiee. Address SZLXIZli L'EVS CO. ff Tort l"f- S:i?e lv W. M fw V if ' 1 f BEFORE AND AFTER 17SIK Yearby. IVIaileil on Iteeeipt of Price The Sabrosa cigar, live cents straight, at E D. Fisher's. Try one if yon want a delightful smoke. Why undergo terrible Bufferings and endanger your life when you can le cured Dy Japanese 1'ileCure: uuaranteed bv VV. M. Yearbv. OBSERVE THE RACKET! Schedulo in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. I.KAVi: DI ltllAM. N. C. fcOO a. m. Daily for Lynehrairi and Way Stations. Arrive l.y in-hi urif lH:;w a. in. Ail trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart from I'num Btatkm. Lyuchimrir. 1 rains arrive at liuiiunn lniu Lrnchburif at ?:. i. in. daily. W 1 N 5 TUX- S A L E M Di VI Si UN. Loaves W'mston-Saletr. UB8 I. in. daily : ur ric at KoanolMl :0U . in. M A IU L I X B W KST 11U V XI). I.kavk LTWMMM- HAILY. 50 P. HU for Boanoke. rhtdfonl. I'ulaski lirist.ii and ail itoiuts sunth, via E. 'I'. V. ,v U tt. n., aiao for Hi ue field, uhio Mztooaioa. l. a u liiui'th ia 8:10 a. iu. daily ior KeDovaauu Coiuiunus. 1'ai ior Car to Uoanoke. Pullman Sleeper Koanuke to MeuiphiH via Knokvnle uml iiattauouva. a. in. lor HoanoKe, lladlord. I'ulaski. Ilrialol ; t!so lor hiui held, rocalioutiu). I , horn and stations UilOOil 'alley Uimhiou : also for LiOUlaville and stations L. ik X. It. It. rim .Norton. Pulimau Sleeper l.viudihurK to Ixans Ville via Xoi ton. ConiieetH at Koanoke 7:3;') u. in. wit i Washington and liattauooia l.united. I'uilujau Mtept r Koanoke to Xiuihvilh', Mem phiaand New urleana. ijuidk Car ft ached. tiH6 p. u ., daily, lor Koanoke, and Interme diate staiion. ilas no connect ions beyond Uoauoku. tAST-not'M) - i.EAVK UTVCIIOM PAII.V. J:l"a. tn. lor Kichn ond, 1'etcrHhurKand Nor folk arrived Peteraoura at j. m. oonneei in- with ttiobmood and rttersiuiK railroad, rriivimj in Richmond at 2:1ft p. in. Arne M or tola oah) p. iu. UaU p. in. Arrive retuishurtf 4:1" a. in. oonnoeting with R. at P. it. R. aailv; anlve Kichuionii 7:l7 a. iu.; arrive Norfolk 7:UU a. m. i'uumau i'alacc Meeper to Xorloik. aiso Pullman IVlaoe Bhmpar between Lynchburg and Richiaond. i ni.se ir will he ready at I.ynchbUrg at S:Ui p. in. ior recepiion ol pasciiucrt. .." p. in. tor Kicliujoinl. i'eierstHjrirand Xor- Ioik : arrive Kiciuuouu liHU u. m.: ortoik amu p. in. Pullman Parlor UutTet Par to Xorfolk. W. B. RKVILh. O. P. k T Agent, Roanoke, Va. JiAlLWAY TIME 0AK1J. rei tfci kill -ii i iv b K. 4i 1. It. It. Lui hum. Denot.tool im eoran St. 7 lu a iu j Paaaerjgei lorliroena. ii a m PaMenger Ioi Ooiuh. iz n p iu hiapreea tor ootusitoro Ihpo I l.Api' ss for tireeuaboiro Arrives I . A; C. Ii. K. Durbaui. Depot, foot Corcoran St. BkpreM lor itichinond 7 0 p m I Bjtpreai from Richmond I ht.and Pass. lor Jell r v, 4 15 a m I i- t.and i'ass.rin Jeffreaa Arrives it. A. N. it. it. Durham, j Depot, loot ('orcoian St. Mail and K.prem 8 i' p m Mail and press Freight and Passenger 8 -ri a ra Freight and Passctiirer Arrives Durham. 11 a m H I.'j p m 1.. A: D. it. K. Depot, ItKit Dillard St. Mail from Lynchburg Ft. and Pass. Irom I. . Leavee Durliaiii . 7 18 a m 4 -i" a m 1. If p m t ;,i ji ui Leaves Durham. 10 10 a m 1 00 p ID Leaves Durham. 6 'w a ui ; 15 p m L-.i -Durham 2 .V) p m 7 00 a An Old Superstition. Science has disproved the rural be- lief thlt thunder sours milk. It is now known that the souring results from a fungus growth, and that this fungus is peculiarly fatal to nursing- children. The old-time rural belief was that the concussion from thunder acted me chanically upon the milk ami first soured and then solidified it. The the ory is a plausible one, easily derived from observing one set ot facts with out knowing about the existence of others more important to the situation. It happens that milk does smr dur- i T rr a i . . ..." a. 1 -i a M-.iri,.i ;,. urnn. , i .i i aiuer tnimaer storms, oe .Maciieiu .erine (jtiiets the nrvM I i a , . drives away bad dreams, and give ,,uiet ! Z dimosPne"t; conditions then reht and peaceful sleep. Sold at W M ' P5?vaihnfiT are usually of a kind favor Vearbj's, ' j able 40 tne rapid development of the (ungtis growth that sours milk. CKVIS ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken: it is nleamint and refreshiDg to the taste, and acts gendy yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Svrup of Firs i3 tli only remedy of its kind ever pro- uuceu, pieasmg to tne taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in it3 eflects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substauces. its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mos popular remedy known. 8yrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists, Any reliable druggfst who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for auv one wi wishes to try it. Lo not accept an substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SA.V F.IAXClSCQ. CAL. EW YORK, M.Y. All coupetitors knocked out on the first round by W. K. T. B. Flour and Pure Florida Cigars. In addition to these leaders, I claim to carry one of the completest LINZS of Heavy and Fancy Groceries Fruits, Con fectioneries, Snuff, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars and Glassware; also Plain and Decorated Table and Toilet Ware kept by any house in the city, on which I guarantee prices, wholesale or retail. Give me a trial. Goods delivered t o. b. ears or anywhere in the city limits. Remember the Racket, corner Mangum and Parrish Street-. HARRIS LIT HI A WATER! HOI KS FOB CLOSING MAILS AT DUR HAM Poexoi t ui . Gol'l8lro anl tjreenslKiro '.'.xpretiu train No. 11 siutn anl NN est at 7:40 a. iu. K ysville and llaleikh K. 1'. O. train No. 14 -Bast Durham aod itah-iKh at '.':lra. m. Heoderaoa anl Durham It. P. O). train Ni. 38 North ami Bast N.C. anl N'a.at 10:15 a.m. OoMaboro ani Greensboro K. P.O. K. train No. 10 Last anl .South N. C, B. C. anl r la at 12:16 p. m. Lrnenbur and Durham H. I. O. train No. i-North and NNVst at li:S . it. Ooidsboro and Greensboro H. P. o. w. train No. North. South and Wesl at 7: 15 p. ra. KejTS Title and Itah-ih it. P. O. train No. Ih Kortta and West at Mi a. m. Goldaboro and Oieeosboce express train No, tl atalalih at '.:ou p. m. llourn of Collection from Street I u r Bexea ueneral :.T a. m.. 11:31 a. ra. and B:50 p. ra. business s et Ion 7:40 p. in. ii o- A Water thai is superior to any other Water in the United States, whicl is shown by the following Analysis: ITS SPECIFIC GRAVITY IS 60 DEGREES F. CAWA M M SULPHATE, POTASSIUM M LFII ATK. MlDIi M M LFHATK. SOUIUM t MLOKIDK. MIDH M Hp AKKONATK, 1.1 lllll I BICABBONATC, -MAGNESIUM BICARBONATE. I ICON BICARBONATE, SILICA PHOSPHORIC ACID, LOSS OM IGNITION, Tra-. LOUISVILLE. KY. SOLID :::n;i at degrees k., CARBONIC ACID IN BICARBONATE, Awr&rilto A AA . For the only authorized OBAIirS. loo.M;:: imp. Gallon. o.4 o.Too O.J11H .17 :.kI :'..74 ees .J.Oiil 1 ..-, 7 1 ss.es 11K.77H 4.o:t iseie Analysis made by It. DODKN The water i clear, odorless, and slightly acid DO REM US, M. I). LL. D, I'rofessor ot Chemistry and Pbvtica College. Citv of BiOgrdpliy Oi JameS G. BlalUe Th; Water EO eiual iu the loi;ed States for Curing Dyspepsia, CoatUpav 1 . tion, Liver ioinplaint, Nausea, Dropsy. Gout, liheumati -ni . Diseases f thp KTifln".- By Gail Hamilton, hi literary ext-cutor. with and Bladder, ll:tmaturi and Cataaienial Derangement?. Diseases of the l.i.n BRANCH OFFICE, , SHIPPING POINT, COLUMBIA, C HAKKI BPSJMS. C. C. HABENICHT, Proprietor. the co epetatkm of his raaaiir. and f.V xir Biaine sirreat History. Twenty fears of C.n trress." and his later book. "Political Discus sions." uno prospectus tor the three looks, exclusive territory jfiven. Write lor terms to The Henry Rill Pub. Co., Norwich. Cone. SOLID Through Trains ruoM- CHICAGO, OI iD mil Kansas City, St. Joseph, DENVER, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars! oscly One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE lit.-': LI rOR Te"brasl3:a, Colorado, THE BLACK HILLS, AND ALL POINT NORTH WEST. A. C. DAWKS, G. P. It T. A., St. Louis. Mo H. K. TODD, QkMB. Ag-nt, Nashville. Tenn.