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THE DUliHAM DALLY GLOJiE, FJIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. MORE TO SPEAK YET An Organized Effort to Lengthen the Session. Patriotic Statesmen Still Paw the Am bient Air. THE SENATE IS STILL HARD AT IT No Pension Legislation to lie Considered During the Present Congress, Say the Tension Committee. Washington, .Sept. 1. "5. Special There promises to be little, if any, change in the situation respecting action upon the silver repeal bill in the senate for two or three weeks yet. The silver men are a little more hopeful to night than they have been at any time during the past week. They have perfected an organization to defeat a direct vote. It is organized delay. Senator .lones, of Nevada, says he has prepared a speech which will consume four days, and that he can then consume four days more if necessary by hav ing read certain volumes of the Congressional Record as a part of his remarks. Senator Dubois, of Idaho, says he also is loaded to the muzzle and can consume a week if necessary. There are almost a score of silver senators to speak yet. A branch of the silver men's pro gramme is to precipitate as many extra neous issues as possible in the senate, like the propositions made to day by Mr. Stewart, of Nevada, to name a senate committee to investigate the question whether any senator owns national bank stock. All of these issues will serve to kill time, arouse counter feeling and have a tendency to divide the repeal column, which has now a majority of ten or twelve in the senate. Then it is the belief of the silver men that debate, which will be pre cipilated in the house this week upon the intensely partisan bill, repealing all laws allowing federal troops and deputy United States marshals at the election polls and giving the states absolute juris diction over and control of all elections, will have the effect of driving republican senators from the repeal ranks as the silver repeal bill i3 an "administration measure." There is no doubt that the election bill will arouse intense feeling in congress and draw the party lines taut, but it is not likely to turn republican senators from what they believe to be a nonpartisan and patriotic duty support the repeal bill. Meanwhile President Cleveland says there shall be no compromise upon silver, that it must be unconditional repeal first, and then consideration of financial meas ures and propositions to take the place of the present law. Just now the out look is dubious and promises a prolonged and spirited contest. If the senate would dispose of this matter without further delay the com plete restoration of financial confidence would come at once, but there is little reason to doubt that the senate will ulti mately concur in the action of the house. There is unquestionably a majority of that body favorable to repeal, and it is not to be supposed that they will sub mit indefinitely to efforts of the minority to defeat their will. (ircat surprise was expressed among the republicans in congress when they learned that the senate committee on pen sions had agreed by a strict party vote the republicans all voting in opposition !o consider no pension legislation what ever during the present congress. It was understood that this action was at the suggestion of President Cleveland, who did not want to continue his record of vetoing pension bills. The Gioue cor respondent this afternoon asked Repre sentative Pieklcr, of South Dakota, who is one of the leading pension advocates of the lower branch of congress, what was the press in status of alYairs at the pension office under the modified order of Commissioner Lcchren, and whether he thought pensioners would now be given a fair chance to have their claims acted upon. Major Pickler said : "Under the last modification of Com missioner of Pensions Lochren I under stand thai he will rate pensions exactly as Commissioner Kaum was rating when he was commissioner. In other words, it is a complete ieversal of the orders to suspend pensions and a return to Kaum's and Noble's practice. If the order that now stands is carried out in good faith pensioners should receive pensions as in the last administration. One very sig nificant fact, however, is that from March 4, 18'JO, to August 20, 1813, there were only 51,270 pension certificates issued. Whereas, under liaum's administration there were about 30,000 a month issued.' "Do you think there will be any at tempt at general pension legislation V" "T tliinlr thnrp will rA flttpmnts nt rpn I sion legislation and attempts made to modify and circumscribe the lawrs now upon the statue books. I do not believe, however, that this will be successful. The NEW STOCK COMPANY! JIM TRICE LECTURES. soldiers of the country should stand firm 0pRAT0NS WfLL BEQ1N AJ qnce and as one man and demand that they be fairly treated by all parties. If they do so I don't think any party can afford to Continued from First Fairc Just Organized in Durham for a nig! i , , - Fortune, j well as instructive Mr. Trice, with only j three years' experience on ihu Dark Con There Will Sorely lie Many Millions j tinent, by hU intelkctu-d greatucss is in It. ' able to bsiiig his audience iu touch and sympathy with the high idea of African Mm enact hostile legislation.' LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Urief History of How the Company Struck an Organization and What It Expects to Do. The Day'n Kecrorri of Current Kvcntit in the City and Vicinity. Smoke Flor de Cuba cigars, 10 cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Smoke Twin Medal cigars, 5 cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Smoke Antonio Iioig cicars, 5 cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Chew Close Shave tobacco, 5 cents a cut, at E. D. Fisher's. Chew Humbug tobacco, 15 cents a plug, at E. D. Fisher's. Chew Maritana tobacco, 10 cents a plug, at E. D. Fisher's. Xo. 10 east bound mail one hour and thirty minutes late to day. Chew Rough and Ready tobacco, 10 cents a plug, at E. D. Fisher's. A large lot of those celebrated Thorn asville shoes just received at F. M. Bar- bee's. F. M. Barbee has just received an other lot of the celebrated Tarbell's cream ting, however, that some men would ex- cheese. IflircrpratP nn ermA nofaclnna C!n1nnpl Smoke Flor de Columbia cigars, 5 j Postley wrote to his erstwhile partner in cents, six for 25 cents, $3.75 a box, at Cuba. Dr. Tomlinson of Charlestown. D. Fisher's greatness and African possibility. After Mr. Trice had concluded his lec ture, Professor Pearson introduced Judge C. B. Grtcn, who spoke of Durham's com merce, and how much Colonel Carr had contributed to the commercial world, and the immense fortune he hid amassed. "And all that he has done," said Judge Green, ''is in sigr.il: can t when compared with the single m i of -ending ll-'V Trice j from the stamp'ng dc par Indent of th to- ) operative i.: kvo or:.? ! A iYh'a to break the I.tea.l of li: j to i'Lj heathen. It will be remembered that a few days ago Tup: Gloue recorded what Colonel Postley claimed to be a fact, that in Cuba, o:i account cf the extremely warm cli mate, a sheep would turn to a goat within three weeks. The gentlemen who were listening to tins wonderful assertion suddenly left Colonel Postley. Not a man of 'em could tell a bigger yarn. Accordingly we published the facts as Postley said they were, intima Jude made ; :i i-u audience Id" a cod of further aiding Rr higher education back to Africa. A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. MRS. W. W. SHAW WILL- RE-OPEN HER SCHOOL Monday, September 4. A limited number of Pupils desired. FOR PARTICULARS APPLY AT RESIDENCE, Cor. Ilolloway and Cleveland Sis., 1UKIIAM, N. C. so the 1 r:ce to sec i pose uie a llv.v. will go West Va., and the other da' received a reply in which the doctor solemnly and gravely affirmed all that Postley had said. This of course settled the whole business. Accordingly a company was organized last night, and all the goats in North Carolina, numbering several hundred thousand, will at once be purchased and The Durham Water company have removed their office to A. E. Lloyd & Go's jardware store. F. M. Uarbee can and will sell you shoes of any description cheaper than any man in the citj'. Don't forget to buy your boys and girls school shoes at F. M. Barbee's, next door to Piawls. He can save vou nionev. sent t0 Alaska. The company is capi -Mrs. Fannie Willard, having decided talized for a half million, of which Colonel to go out of the hotel business announces ostley is president. His stock was a the sale of her entire stock of furniture donation, because of the fact that he put on the 23d inst. All who want bargains the other fellows an. Sheen are verv scarce in Alaska, and the demand for -The Seaboard Air Line is arranging 1 to k ..... . verv io seuu a specianv conauciea party to , Chicago from Durham on September 18. For full information, etc. . nnnk tn T? T low tliat if the extreme hot weather will , , t. x - - i Cheatham, agent. turn a sheep into a goat, extreme cold Dr. W. II. Wakefield, of Winston- wether will turn a goat into a sheep. Salem, will be at Hotel Carrolina in Dur- As we took a few thousand shares we ham, on Friday, October G, for that day now take it that our fortune is made. one day only. Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat. Strong nerves, sweet sleeo, good aone- . , tite, healthy digestion, and best of all, autuuubaic oi luiiinuieui uie pure Mood, are triven bv Hood's Sarsa Hotel Driver on the 2M inst. will be a parilla Ill,- .. . . I vw...v noia iurniture or every description. The entire lot will be sold and will go cheap Wait for it. Jack Sellers wh. r n a a ay from the c u;iiv hcnu: r uesdax liij.-'ir Ijhs gone back to jJuriIn;fon nnd joined the far mers i'.r.ianci. Jack's ambition was to be come an agriculturist, and Superin tendent Leigh agreed to let him go pro vided he would iro to work and be a THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF f Mculture I Mechanic Ms ndition cted my attention to Will beuin ils Fifth Session Scptcmlx r'T ure, and said that his I (.- ti,i. n,n 5- , ,. ' Blicted with heart dis-1 1 h,s C ollege is now well e,,u!pp, ,1 gentleman. Durham People on the Jlove and Visitors in tlie City. Tu.-r.. -. : ,1JI. 1 I . xuicc cuiiv.eis weie uicnargeu Col. C. E. Parrish. of ITillsboro from the work house this week. Joseph town to day. is in Jackson, white, a notoriously bad char acter, sent up for nine mouths ; Sim Taybon, colored, six months, for robbing a drunken man, and Will Slocum, colored, 3 months for carrying concealed weap ons. Capt. Ii. I. Cheatham returned from Norfolk this morn in sr. Key. Mr. George and wife returned to their home in New Berne this morninr. Prof. John D. Hodges passed through As none is genuine without it we the city on the morning train en route to J yet have a few of those beautiful World's j New Berne. Both the method and results "when Syrup of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gen My yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleansc3 the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Fig3 13 the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the. taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effect, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remotiy known. Syrup of Fko is for ale in and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any cue who Tiie important experiences of others are Interesting. The following is no exception: "I luid been troubled with heart disease 25 years, much of that time very seriously. For fi ve years I was treated by oiie physician con tinuously. 1 was in nusmess, out ouli retire on account of my health siciau told my friends that I could not month. Mv feet and limbs were badlv swol len, and I was indeed in a serious condition when a gentleman directed tn J)r. Miles' New Heart . sister, who had been nftlictpl 1... i i . 1 1 I . . - t 1 . t'ttr, 11 au ueeu eureu oy iue remeuy, ana was nu us special hi;ik, Having extensive again a gtrong healthy woman. .1 purchased y0(Hi aVA lron Shops, carefully tiiu ,1 vn a bottle or the Heart Cure, and m less than i- ,m , T . , ' an hour after taking the first dose I could drawing room, Chemical, Botanical and feel a decided improvement in thecirculation Horliouitura! Ija!oratOi ies, Greenhouse ofmyblotxl. When I had taken three doses I and -Wii could move my ankles, something I had not m,' ' ' , . r f 4, doue for montlis.and my limbs had been swol- 1 he teaching force for Iho next e:ir len so long that they seemed almost putriliod. consists of fifteen men The two course irrV'mVlJ.Mn ?' Vj0,, u graduation in Agric-ulture and in and I was so much better Hint I (Mil W1V I echanical and C-ivn hngineerinr. work, On my recommendation six others :ne I Total cost a vrnr. ineludintr Itonni nv'lrm'&hhr'1- Mors:iu" Uonnrv Students, ir. Miles' New Heart Cure, a discovery of nn L aV MudentS, ror catalogues, apply to eminent snecialist in heart disease . Usolri Uv all druggists 011 ;i positive gua rantee.or sent by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., 01, receipt of price, SI per bottle, six bottles for 5o, express prepaid. It is posit i ely free ir jw all opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold by W. M, Nearby, Durliam. MiSS SALLSE HENDERSON wrr.L OPEN' HEIt L CHLDRF A. Q. IIOLLADAY, President, Raleigh, N. C. SALEM Female Academy 3.3L.S, 1ST- C. -IN- FKIKAEY CLASSES, Oldest Female College in tiie South -AT- -"Seplembsr 4, 1893, And is prepared to instruct them accord ing to the Kindergarten System! Terms Reasonable." Tiie '.rid Annual Session begins September f. 1S'A. Register lor last year :;(!. Special fea tures: The Development of Health, Char acter and Intellect. Uuildings, thoroughly remodelled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and Tost Graduate Departments, besides tirst-elass schools in Music, Art, Lan guages, Elocution, Commercial and In dustrial Studies. JOHN H. CLEWKLT., Principal. TH E Greensboro Music School ! Tronlen JJuil.linjr, West Market St., GKKl-;SHiM), N. C. OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE. A Classical $ Commercial School. A Kigli School in Elusic and Ait. A L L Til E D V A N T A G ES ( V A Conservatory of Music FORTY-SECOND YEAR. WlsllGS tft trv it T)n li(t qpno-if r j Bast equipped institution of the class in suusutuie. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N. Y. the South. '.A. Halls. Well-furnished Library, iteadiiiir IJooni, and well- equipped (lymnasium. Literary, Business, Tele graphic and Short-Hand 1 epartments. Beautiful and healthful location, in view of the mountains. J50 Students here lat year. Fall Term opens Ai:e. 15. Apply for Catalogue to Profs. J. A. & M. H. HOLT, Oak Ridge, N. C. FACULTY Laura L. Urockmann, IMano forte. Mrs. M. Ilildeshcimer, Voice t'tilture. Mrs. Isabella Swain, Art. Chas. J. lirockrnann. Violin and Orehesf i :tl Instruments. AVrite for Catalogue. J fair souvenir lamps and glasses for sale also a complete line of glassware, Crocker-, pocket and table cutlery and Mrs. E. R. Bryan, mother of Mrs. S. C. Anderson, returned to her home in Win ston yesterday. various other merchandise. The thing to do is when you start out to trade, go Mr. Pulaski Cowper, adjuster for the direct to the Racket Grocery, where you North Carolina Fire Insurance Company can nmi wliat you want at the very or Kaleigh, is in town on his way to lowest price possible. All goods sold Koxboro to adjust a small loss TV Vl rt Ci n 1 i no , . - All 1 rt-i nf a!1 . 1 . 1 I nri f i Mrs. Dora Heartt left to-day tc enter Aiiwit vyiiivy auu occ u, LUl lit:! iCerve Seeds,5 This wonderful reruedy r.ll nervous diseases, such ps Wr-;k Mfinnrr, Iosm fj- iir:in Power; Sleadache, VUetu:ieKM, l,ot UaiihGo;!, Xictit.'y i:ml)'Kiou, Quickness, Evil Itrc-.ir,r.. S.t-.cU of tonfidenee. Kervousneiep, all drains and loss of power in (rnerative Organs of either sex cau-ed overexeruon. yonintui error, excessive use cf tobucco, cpi; or Htimnlants whicn lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Con vonient to carry in vest pocke t By mail prepaid tn plain box to any mlr'reps for !B1 each, or for K.. iWn h .-.-- ,-; . ?.,;, Svrri'ton guarantee to cure or refund the money.) For sile" bv oil crugfiFts, KK10KE AND AFTEIi . Address XEE E AtJVTw1 nr,!l GCPePt no other, CIUCCLAlt KllKl). E-E1 JO., 5iUoaie Temple, Chicueo, Ii!. VorSalein Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. "EARBY uru-gists. Mangum and N. C. 'Phone upon her duties as teacher in the Union and 1 arnsh streets, Durham, college Rt Eufaula Aa ? v o., 1 iioctok, Misses Etta Heartt, Marjie Jordan and proprietor. Meua Southgate, who will attend school I he True Laxative Triueiple Of the plants used in manufacturing the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has a permanently beneficial effect on the hu- there this session. Warned ! Three or four nice unfurnished rooms wanted ne.ir rentrsil n-irt rf tl luau5'SLlUi 'iimc luc uueap vtgfiauie Address J)!) Y . Globe Okficf i ----- extracts and mineral solutions, usually Durham, X. C sold as medicines, are permanent!'- inju rious. Being w ell informed, you will use the truly remedy on!'. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co Japanese Pile Cure is an unfailing cure for every kind and stae of the disease Guaranteed by Y M. Yearby. '&j!43'-hs-i. for TTithcvo-rl" BEFORE AND ATTER USING. ZLZ2iJ. Ci.'CUiar i TOO. I-'or Sale by AV. M. A'earby. !Tailed on lU ceipt of 1'rice to Ifirn.ityC. vert r.'.eri-t. S - i ii-.-; v.or.Acr'xi'i n ;rc!v i- i ; ,:sc:i.;-:s su.-ii :i' '."t ; ic j.is ... :-.-:;t;-.-i'.n:i?:,i. n. I.vil Dru... :-!! cirair.s and J. cf pow . I ' 'vf r c:-:frt!-.;n, yuthft: i,i : :; i;:la':.3 v.'I.;c!i suvn Ira 1 at up c -rvenicnt to carry i:; . T, v-':ii j' icKMj'e lo ar.ycdclrt ss for 1 , cr 'I DO NOT BELIEVE THIS INSTITU TION HAS A SUPERIOR IN THE SOUTH." St) AVIflTIIS AN K.AIINKNT SdKUAK AND DIVINK OF THI0 Wilson Collegiate Institute! FOR YOUNG LADIES, AVILSON, N. C. Established in 187 Wh-'n Pahj- was sick, we g-a- e her Catoria. "ln-n slie was a Child, she cried, for Castoria, When site Ixvame Jliss, she clung to Castoria. "When she had Children, she gave them Castoria Rheumatism, neuralgia, headache and pains of every kind instantly relieved by Johnson's Magnetic Oil. Sold by W. M. Yearby. Hotel Kates iu Chicago. A good hotel at $1 a day. If you are going to the World's fair, stop at the Xiagara hotel, fire proof, Jackson street, between Michigan boulevard and Wabash avenue, ihree hundred rooms. Xear business centre. Six routes to World's fair within two blocks only fifteen min utes to grounds. $1 a day. Constipation and sick-headache posi tively cured by Jhpauese Liver Pellets 50 pills 2-5 cents. 2So!d at W. M. Yeat b 's! At Public Auction. W. MQJLMAN Sl CO., Sanitary Engineers m I will sell, at public auc tion, September my entire stock of Hotel Furnirurc, to the highest bidder. These goods must be sold and a bargain will be gotten by those who bid. The sale will lie at Hotel Di iver, from the three rooms occupied by Mrs. Driver. This will be a rare bargain to all those who want a bar- gain. Additional particulars, as to the class of goods, will be given later on. MRS. FANNIE WILLARD. AND Electrical Contractors ! OLESALE AM) UZSTAIL, DEALERS IX All Kinds of Material and Tools Elaciricians, Machinists, Placer's, Gas and Steam Fitters. CCXNTWACTORS FOR HEATING BY STEAM OK HOT WATER! AGENTS FOK TH NATIONAL HOT WATEE HEATER COMPANY. SELLING AGENTS FOK This institution is entirely non sci t.ir.;iri awl oilers n thorough preparatory course ot etiKly, together with an unusually lull ati'i comprehensive Collegiate Course. Kxeellt nt facilities lor the study of Music and Art. Healthful location. Fall term, or twenty third school year, begins September 4, Is!;!. For catalogue and circular, addr. ss SILAS E. WAKUKN. PHneiptil, f Wilson. N. '. Littleton female College! A splendidly located and well equipped institution, in one of the most de lightful sections in North Carolina. E!egan! New Buildings! Beautifully Shaded Campus! Strong Faculty. Full CollefcMutc Course. .Standard high and scholarship very thorough. Fall Term opens September (5, 10:5. REV. J. M. IIIIODES, Fresd't. Littleton, N. C. ' 13 Jtg. TA MIW. Catalogues, Price Lists, Etc., Furnished on Application. University of North Carolina! KOLIPMKNT-Faculty of 25 teachers. U buildings, 7 scientific laUjratories, library oi lrJ,X0 volumes, ai'J student. INSTItl'CTION Five general courses. brief courses, professional courses in law. mfiiifino. emineeririir and chemistry, ok ! tional courses. I EX I'KNSKS Tuition, ?tXt per year. Scholar i ships and loans lor the needy. Address PRESIDENT WINSTON. Chapel Hill, N. v.