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THE DURHAM DAlLiY GLOBE, MONDAY, JULY 2A.
LINGERING LETTERS. A NEW SILVER SCHEME. MyfeS) tier mitM "A'xmt ten years nco i con-kV,;.' .. ;rri. '(!;i:vM.rcc;t-.i;(if Llood j oi- '..i. I . :''. z J i.y-irians iro.'Tib1 i". J 1 no.-"uri.il and -..j':c--r. r ', , . :-i :r-- i"':0sful l'CS'llfg, bv.t vMrh .r:-.rM : Hf.tack of mtrcuria.1 rheun.tii.-1:. t,:v :-.ny. t fp F 1,1: i ; ; , I jrave nr, renx-dir. md ; .'i .' . S. After t:.l:i:i s-v r .1 r ,-'.'- ! 1 ' 1 i "!;.' cured and id..-, to r: ,-r.i:..- , Tr . i ic on l;lood an ! ST; j :i r,i-'-v-' v.v.-frxl Iv-.i-. Swim- ii i; Co., Atlanta, ia. A List or Letters Waiting Owner in the Dnrham Postofflce. ( 0)1 Ij'SsSV M 1aL CO UEB A ".v ."7:'i M-uj.ii.-o i i -(i!rii T;t, ,-, ,iti n -s ii'OSI'I (i;lI.S, Caji: u;-- of OiJitlfifnt nud't v. Ji ::'Sff Oiiitn:.-iit. A i. ver-fiii":h;c Cur-:; fur I i ; f r-f v-ry n.-.tui e p.ii l d.-yrcc. It an opc-nttioi vs !)h Ui" kru.'- or inject iorj of -;,r!, '!;; ncM, wi)k-l m b i:iir:f.jJ and hfithnn a '.-riii(t:i.-nt irr-, tiiil oft"n n-uit'i! In death, vnn-.t-s.-,-r v. Why enduro this terrible ciiaeaso? Va nuararstce 6 boxes to pure any case. V- i : !y ;.uy f..r Kii-at'; rt'i-l veil. ? a! us, for . 3.-ui by uiull. CONST I P AT i 6iESUS UK? crfp.t I.IVi:il an 1 y.TCM Vlll i; LA roil and W.OOJJ lTKiriKK. Si,.:i !. i.j'II ni jjie'int to i.r Cfllt-I. 0UAUANT;:L-S issued o.Jy by W. 31. V I'AKIJV, Dui liam, X. C. List of unel.iimeri letters remaining in the Durhnm postofflce, advertised July 22, 1803: Ii Bevans, T. N.; Barbee, G. M. C Cash, Linden. K Evans, Ada. F Fuller. Julia: Fins. PAttip- Firman . j - - - - - i -mi3 .josepu. II Holloway, Miss Ida; Hargrove, F. S. J Jones, Mrs. Luther. K Kelly, Miss Dellia. M Matains, Enat; Mofflt, Joe ; Motry, Patient ; Minrey, M. II. P Prtrk';r, .am. Ii Hawls, Ilass II. S Steadman, John. T Thomas, B. II. W Woodard, .F. J ; Walker, Joseph; Washington, Caroline ; Williams Eliza. W. A. Albright, P. M I. v M i V Vr . ' "'V : r'l !.r train c f !rs A i ' ' i 1 Cleveland and Carlisle at Work on a Sub stitute for the Sherman Law. Dekveb, July 21 Captain Thatcher, j of Aspen, back from Washington, says j that personal talks with Carlisle ar.d j Cleveland assure him they will not try for unconditional repeal of the Sherman ' feilver law. He says they have subs;i- tutes under consideration as follows : One, for free coinage at an increased ratio and retirement of all paper money under $5; second, free coinage of 4,000, 000 ounces monthly, with seh;norage for coining foreign bullion; third, the re enactment of the Bland law, ranking I coinage of 4,000,000 ounces a month cm-1 j pulory. Thatcher is thoroughly respt n- j I Bible, and positively asserts these view s S7 Hi THE WORLD! are oirect irom the president and secre tary. i i t ;?or !atr , ' -" "is tuc rtsutis of ' t . : v. flikarss. S J .".?- r'.dtftrvl St I;. A !' i i r f v :. iy f ery trgan and 'r - -r p- tt-'-n cf tl.e o.1t. SfJl'.'-J f'-V i i r. f'mi t. natural met bods. V ' I'M J IiTia,edlat.imrroTement Vp;Ai 'l Vi f-'r.. Krtiliire imioii-Ie. P i'-ii3.'. j 5i('"' "?erencs. Book. expiauatJon ant pr JUHt j icDiCAL C3. TO SUCCEED STANFORD. Can Vou Read The Future? Kx Governor Perkins, of California, Ap pointed United States Senator, San Fkaxcisco, July 22. Governor Maikham sprung a little surprise on the J public to-day by appointing ex-Governor utuij;i- w x ciiiiua uuiicu oiaiea S'jnaiui to ii!l the vacancy caused by the death of Leland Stanford. Senator Perkins is wealthy and very popular throughout the state. K. C. Taylor, Murf reesboro, Tenn., writes : "I have used the Japanese Pile Cure with great satisfaction and success." Sold by W. M. Yearby. SALE OF LAND! Do vou know what vourcon tlition will be 20 vcars hence? Will your earning capacity he equal to the support of ; yourself and family? This is ' a serious question, yet, you j Th: ec Acres oi" Laml for salo on could confidently" answer Al.-ton avenuo, between A. D. rul Icrton'rf home lace and the railroad. Adjoins the lands of Dr. N. M. John son. I). V. Victors and others. 123 yards fronting Alston avenue and 133 hack to Dr. Johnson's street. .Sold by the he'rs of Riley Viekers. Sale to take place AUGUST 26, 1893, At 2 o'clock p. in., on the premises. Terms of sale made known on day of gale. r. It about toet enc: e ; CVVV tfi'iJV attendant n?ca ;tr I tl ChilJ-blrtn, proves V ' an infallible eiiecl- L KVV? the torture f,fmn. i ACflf finemeut, lseenlnj: ; ; !;'yn the dangers thereof h V v. A to Dotn mother and A n IvTr rH chi5d- t'01 l,y -n . r - - . n f t 7" i c Q1 r , " y jM bottle, charges re- SnADFiELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga. University of North Carolina! SMOKING for Infants and Children. " Castorla Ls so vrvU adapted tochiMren that I rwommend it as superior to any prescription Lnown to me." IL A. Archer, IL D., Ill So. Oxfonl St., Emoklm. X Y. EQUIPMENT-Faculty of 25 teachers, 11 buildinjrs, 7 scientific laboratories, library of X 1M 1 t . . OK' - oo,u-y v.)iuiufs,.uu9iuuniuj. i ..,,rL..i n, ' i--u- lNSiKL'eilo.o Five general courses. 6, w piii i.yi fjKiiae iu yw CT THE GENUINE AoX E OEXUIXE wiTnoirr the rrafis-Keri cf the Full ca Each Packaga Situated in he immediate Section of Coun Hi that producss a grada cf Tcb2cco, that ir Icxlurc, flavor and quality is not grown else where in the tvculd, and being in position t somjr.ana i.ie encsca of all onenngs upon thlt "yes'' if you had a twenty years Tontine Policy in the Equitable Life A method which guarantees all the protection furnished by any kind of life insurance, and in addition the largest cash returns to those policy holders whose lives are pro longed, and who then need money rather than assurance. For facts and figures, address W. J. RODDEY, Manager, For the Carolina, ROCK HILL, S. C. brief courses, professional courses ia law, medicine, engineeriog and chemistry, op tional courses. expenses-Tuition, f 60 per year. Scholar ships and loans for the needy. Address PRESIDENT WINSTON', Chapel Hill, N. C. tbs ,0 THE VERY BEST. The Most Convenient trunk ever devi 3 ed. 'I'llll TH AY i r.Tvanzofl to roll back, leav-irr- the bottom if tT:e Trunk easy of ac- crr-s. IToiV.::jr- to biCi.k or j.-t out of order. The Truy c;-11 I!.'t.-.vl otil. if desired, and to buy 'liJi rt; fv:v:viz-o ihe.t ycu "will get l-:!: 30.:, cofify i-s r.-..r.iu:.vt-..rcrr, ::. v. rro;r;rREE & nno., R ; c w o t: D V A . T TTTTrmTTTXrQ U . 1 1 . XX X Ull ill KJ AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FEESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY UEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. "The of Co.storia is t- universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work .-f supervropration to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not Leop Castor ia within easy reach." Carlos 2-Luitvx, D. D., New York City. CatorIa cures CViu C.nt2palkn, Sour Stoaclu Iiarrhva, Eruetatk.n, Kills Wo:i.w, gives tJeep, and 4Xnioten !l pesti. a, Without lijun'ous mtxlirti-n. "Ir ftveral yrar-i 1 have r.-rouuacnJ.- l 3 our ' Catoria. and Khali always continue t. do so as it has invariably produced Unerlelal results."' Edwin F. Tardek, M. I., lX-th S: ot t and Tth Ave., New York City Tee Centach CoKVArv, ?. i. . .v :rect, Nkw Your Citt. z,'v"-r'fJr jwn7-.in.au 1 1 Willi i in nimw 1 S. W. HOLMAH & CO., Sanitary Engineers AXI) J. J. TJlAXTO', With fifty years' experience as a (leueral Practitioner, tenders his serviees to the citi zens of Durham. His sjecialties : Mucous Membranes, (J lands a id Nerves (females in ))artieu!-ir. In liestion. Li-onchitis. Scroiula. Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern don's. Oi'iceover Jones' Jewelry Store. Olfice hours, it o'clock a. m. to 12 m., and from 2 p. m to 4 n. rn Electrical Contractors ! W1101.ESAL.K .VXD i:i:t.ii. ii:ai,i:hs in All Kinds of Material and Tools for Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. CONTRACTORS FOR, HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER! AGENTS lOII TH3 NATIONAL HOT WATER HEATER COMPANY. SELLING AGENTS Hilt Gr , V . 13 Ift C 1 I W , Catalogues. Pi ice Lists, Kte., Funii-liel on Application. INT I Kixfsa czBBeaag tMg iimb , , i1 j-Jj 1 liitLl'r? 1'. Ir 5 :.. -j .3 1 H 9 J COMM ENCING MONDAY, JULY 24, 1893, Still Greater Inducements and Wonderful Reductions! ?tJreat Changes to be Made in Our Store by August 24, Hence Goods Will be Slaughtered THE DEGRSE HAS SQIJE FORTH ATS ollVix'd on White (J noils, Commencing; from 5 cents per yard for elegant Plaids, also India Linens, Nainsooks, Dimities, Persian Lawns, Lte , at the startling prices. At 10 cents we offer a few more pieces of that remark ably handsome Corona Glace, reduced from 20 cents, making a stylish and nobby dress, imitating closely the! hue imported biks. It is a perfect gem and goes at the remarkably low price of 10 cents per yard. At 8 A cents we offer a few more pieces of the Arme nian Serges, 'My inches wide, which is having a remarkable run; former value L cents, now 8 A- cents. Nothing more suitable for dress goods. At 25 cents the elegant Undressed Bleached Sheet ing, full 2A yards wide, superior to New York Mills and absolutely worth X cents, reduced to 25 cents per yard while the sale lasts : not more than 1( vards to the cus- Mo-t Wonderful Bargains of the Season will be'tomer. Same troods in 21 vard width at 22A cents perl In Ladies and Gentlemen s I Iaiidken-hief we shall yard. Owing to the great undervalue we will not sell j make some startling reductions. Special hts at the low more than 10 yards "to the customer. lest prices. In Laces and Embroideries some extraordinary induce-, u gm) 1 .25 and $2.00 three special offerings in ments will be offered in medium and liner grades. ; Lmlies Umbrellas, beautiful handles, and believed to be , 4t SO. eeiits full Jb-ineh bilk JmihsIi Henrietta, re-;the yaluc offere(1 this season. uuceo irom oi-va per yaru. Vt 15 and 29 cents two special line in Towels. At 89 cents we offer a few more of those extra size White Quilts, worth $1.25. At 81.19 we offer an elegant and extraordinary Mar seilles Quilt, former price $1.40; Marseilles Quilts at! 'l.o0, ,sl.5, $2.00, $2.50, $3.a0. Don't miss the special offer in Table Linen and Doilies. Doilies commence as low as 24 cents per dozen, and Table Linen as low as 25 cents per yard. Special drive in Bleached and Unbleached Domestics. Brusia Silks at 10 cents, a new and nobby fabric just At 15 cents special offering in Cotton Dress Goods, out, in navy blue and black ground-, with an extra line including Dimities, Mulls, Cotton i'losses and Broehej twill, clase imitation of Surah Silk, real value 20 cents, Suitings, some of them worth 20, 25 ;u:d K) cents, the en-1 your choice, during the reduction sale, at 10 cents per tire pile offered at 15 cents per yard. iyard. THIS IB TRULY A G1NUIM1 REDUCTION AMD BARGAIN Kxtensive changes to be made in our store room by August 24, and we are compelled to get rid of the stock, o the fight will be inaugurated from this date until rhe Kntire Stock is Reduced. Store will be opened for business at 7 o'clock and the Sale will go on through the Entire Week. On leaving your homes next week, don't fail to drop in and see the Great Attractions that we are offering. ST-hllilS, - STOlsTE 3sd CO.