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W$t JBmxMw iarti (K&ote. . j VOL. IV. NO. U). DURHAM, N. C, Fill DAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I! REDUCED FIOES5 I I- I. OF The Genuine Nissen Wagons I .j MESSRS. 6. E. NISSEN & CO., NTT f y 0wing to the Scarcit)' of Moi,er I MANUFACTURERS OF THESE WAG0B3, WtesWte AND THE LOW PRICE OF EVERYTHING, j J Have Sold More IVoik uLtm M Umi fc PflCeS f Tliei Wa&0I1S ! j jTHIS YEAR ft Clost to -0l f"' Q"ali,y "f Wmk' s " - - V SliMlt IET BIE HAVE 1FQYJR ORDER j 7!a7i Izer ISefove ' Ani1 )0U wi" scl tl,L 1!c"' Wason !'"' ' ar,n aml Itoa''' j I x g.2-- Xj-eso-e .sTzd hstice stock GOODS FOR FALL AJTO WINTER I v DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, PANT GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, HARDWARE, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES, AND ' ALMOST ANYTHING YOU WANT. THE JSlEDsnr GrC333!S JILT XQSFlEtST 3?H1XG2E!S 1 I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. CALL AND SEE ME. 1 DURHAM, N. C. H. H. MARKHAM. f OyLY'FIYE LEFT ! JIM TRICE LECTURED! j jlMiMM ' of AU m Ma- 1!li,,,'s in 1,u,"am itw'blZ H Talks Kntertainingly of the Dark! I) URflAlvl (3111X11 I uUlVll AlV I ! I County. off as by a cyclone and washed down the Continent. j A7 I ! river, and all agree that there was never V j; A Story of Continued Kuin and General anything like it in this part of the coun- Lar Crowd Hears Him at the Court Hi T 7 Tl 1 y Disaster. j try. House Last Xiht. HflWllOY HM f . SUPERINTENDENT VIEWS THE SCENE j should be a cdnTe. It netUes the best COL. J. S- CARR INTRODUCES TRICE f jj (j j J J SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! IVuplo Who Come ami Co-llrief lirevi- the swectest temperament and sends a nde C. IS. Green Makes a Talk anil Pro- , . tle of Interest to All Headers chill down the back every time. For poses Plans for Further Aiding the j of The Glol.e. gucu a sensation punish the baggage Missionary in His Work. j Tllis i.S the time Of year WhCtl YOU Later reports from the freshet this smasher and take Simmons Liver Itegu- Kev A L Tdce lectured to a feel debilitated generally.' You feel j Ufg6 aml apprecjalive audience Iast weak and nervous. Your head aches. DfW0, DrAn M A H F PI ATUIMP I j "superintendent II I) LeM, of the onough to stand up for your rights, night at the court house. Prof. W. G. You feel like K t A U Y " IVI A U L ILU I H 1 N (j I Mipenmeuaeni 11. u. ti0n, oi mt j There is No Discount Pearson was general manager of pro- committing SlUClUC. ! 1 c ounty work house, is just in from an in- 0n Dougilty's M ork For 25 years I have gramme. I vestigating trip over the county, and held the lead in line shoes. You are sure Exercises commenced by a chant (lis-i TRY A BOTTLE OF 0 I. A of getting a tit and shoes put up in the ercists cc-mmeutcu uy a tudui uis , o I brings information of a most discourag- latest style of the art. A first-class shop, coursed by the Trice choir. Prayer by ! f ing character. Of all the bridges in the good work, good stock and strict atten- T?pvT n T . " I PawiitiipJ ?nilHII fit BnMriMr?ilM I ( j , , . , , , .i tion to business have been rewarded by a Hev'L-D- lwlne- I uORluQuIiQ UVrUu 01 I iVUU UlDSUilluGS , , , county there are only live left, and they libcral share of patronage, both in new We noticed on the stage were seated u7,," BJ '"f " "JfT" F (IV f7P Srlmnl AO VC I are so badly damaged that it will cost a j work and repairing for which accept w D , , JUCUUi JJUJCS . ! thanks and an invitation to call early and oi. J. b. Larr, apt. J. w . uowu, juuge W . ftO YOU HOOD i j considerable amount to repair them. , oftcn Opposite Morehead bank. C. B. Green, Prof. P. W. Dawkins, Revs. ! 1 1 V , "C Sa'S.l,ha! aittChriStiian,Sim,il1 XY' , n t Ft7 , Jordan and Tucker, and Dr. A. MxMoore. j nQ tea 00nrul after meals. Just Keceived, an Immense Stock of Jioys' Suits, agCS I lumber which had been placed there to A small safe, Herring patent, and a profe??nr Pearson in fUtino- words in- , . ; 1 build a new bridge was washed down the No. 5. portable. troduced Colonel Car, a very j 0 the lioU, l ream, but can be recovered. At John-! Wm. Lt feeling speeeh relating to Rev. Trice as 10 ounce bo'ttlc $1. aild-Tumblc School Suit to the f sou s mill the timbers were torn apart j cct a missionary to Africa. Colonel Carr is m t and the bridge rendered impassable. He! " ' an orator of the Cicero kind. j Dressiest Designs. j sent a number of hands there this morn- ! yir ; ,y 1;trbee Coines Up To.day wh At the concusion of his speech Le in. i .J ing and hopes to complete repairs in a j a Tale of Woe. .rnjiuiwi t? Ta v r TnVo xrhn I OLIMU me. ' i m,(, w..,.. wlo lives a mue lte" .od uJeL . , BOYS' ANT) CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES! ? ! . Of the ,ix bridges on Kuo river, live . way out of Durham, had a bit of expe- taineJ ,he audicnce more than an hour, I Y f)Y rreSCriDtlOIlS ! ! are entirely gone, the one on Flat river : Hence last night which should suggest . "OW T 'di- near lied Mountain entirely gone, and of "ut.on to other yammists. 8 , .,,, Hi nveonKnoriveroniyoneisieft. 3 ToSl EV WILL RECEIVE MEN-S MtN'S ' i rorrir r::r.::' zzztj: i: r. -jl- my personal attention i clothing wf clothing i 1 - stands the lit is a follows : morning. While he slept some enter- -"v YOU CAX'T STAXD - V W r 1 f K " i nriiu.-neak thief relieved him of that ? t J the big blundering, old-fash- PLEASE REMEMBER ' 11 1 1 ' '' ' f II At C!l'S " ". "ul for" lbie,J this morning Mr. "arbeeU ifS? rT4v . ' r1-' mm beiow , , paf- . g gfUW ! I "so only Chemically Pure FIXEST BEYOND QUESTION ! "CS i I (ues mill, below city water works, And the moral of this story is, take things that are easier to take ' j no bridge and no ford. ; care of the thieves and the yams will rW 'pfeSwt "YelTe DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. J- Christians mill, no bridge, but good take care of themselves. UUJi They're thest in p. . A full line of the Popular "F. V, Made-up Clothing I I ford. THANKS MR. LYON. IVVv all tbe way through. j Also notice that all PhyClCian3 Cameron's red mill, no bridge, ford I IPxS iivenr7torn arc ,lelivereti to J'ou now ready for inspection. i LM uncertain. j A Il.v of the rnrtj Endorse, the Action tiny PeUeta will give you more SCQ led (with red wax) in at least i ; 'of Mr. AY. T. Lyon. good. They have a tonic or f . f. South Lowell, no bridge, but a ford. strengthening effect on the lining membranes I IOlir places. - . - m, r y r . .,, To the Editor Will you oblige me of the intestines. This assists and increases j A O I c 7 I l-v IP It- I -ir f'J t5 I J ' ' uussell s mill, no bridge, ford. , . . ..... , . the natural action of th iwin nm wr-i eA ri I V fi JL ,1 i Jul. V-A V- JL- e" 1 ' ' : by inserting this little paragraph in your acuon ot tne txDexs, ana ver r n'CICUCD Dh C -"" ZJ If Terrv mill r. hrid.rp ford ; 0 . t . manently cu res Jaundice, Bihousnees, Viz- t. V. Flbntn, rH. U. I ierrj s milI no yn"Se lonl- ; paper? I desire to make my most pro- rineas, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, and con-' - ' , , Orange Factory, bridge impassable ' found bow to Mr. W. T. Lyon for his ent stupor or drowiinesi j . . , i I , , , J' 0 1 .1 1 1. For breaking up attacks of Colds, Chillf, I rrivilic Dailv at tile j J ford. Bridge will be repaired. I tine defence of the ladies who were m Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and kindred I iU,nill i""1. J yw irr,r,. 1 1 1 11 1 , J the party to Chicago. I endorse every derangements resulting from severe exposure, sTpA ! "W ew Hope, bridge damaged badly, but j 1 T ' ' it.- ,i . nothing can equal them. Cllfi still passable ! word of Mr. Lyon s card. It 13 all true. They're ff.t a ran tied to give satisfaction, in jSSftV 1 I Why did not E. G. Ilarrell reply to it? every case, or your money is returned. You 17' fN A n t n r n 1 V The damage to mill property cannot j Very respectfully, MMiSrS.1- " " tn" MZ I) MR M A M OUPPLYLO. yet be estimated. At Christian's mill the 1 A Lady of tiie Party. what offer could be more business-like I 111 l llwl 1 j "