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TJtLE J3UHHAM DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY OCTOBER 3.
F, GENERAL (PERRY'S OLD STAND,) Will keep on hand all the time a full line of Feed, such as Corn, Hay and Oats. A full line of Gents' Underwear, Ladies' Vests and Hosiery of all grades. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Wood and Willow-ware. Meal, Meat, Flour, Bran,Shipstuff. Tobacco, Cigars and Snuff, Wholesale and Retail. Sole agent for one of the largest Tanneries in the state. A full stock of their Leather always on hand. 1 would especially invite my GOUITTRY IF1 IR, I IE ZLT ID To call and examine my stock of Thomasville Shoes for men, women and children. Canned Goods of most every variety. Tarbell's full Cream Cheese, Cakes and Crack ers. Pickle and Preserve Jars from 1 to 5 gallons. JMaiin Street, 2PU1 ATPI?P rPATlT! kj lil UAJit liiuivio 11 li. lit; Thinks the Tax on State Hanks j There to St a v. II Says That It Is His Belief That It Will Remain. PREDICTS PAR VALUE ON NATIONAL Prcriiets Also That IJryan's liill Will lie Knocked Sky High When Things Get Around. Washington, Oct. 3. Special "No, 1 don't believe the repeal of the tax upon state bank circulation will be ie pealed by the congress," said Chairman Springer to The Globe correspondent this afternoon, after the house committee on banking and currency had listened to the argument of the representative of the state of Alabama in favor of his measure looking to that end. "In the I first place," continued Chairman Sprin- . i . . . 11 i ger, "the committee is uivuieu, anu no ; doubt the house is even more at variance ! upon the subject. When the democrats i . ... i i ,r 'i i in their national platform last year de- ; clared in favor of the repeal of the pro j hibitory tax they simply proposed to j Wve the matter in the hands of the I . . , . states. I hose in favor of the n an in 1 congress, however, propose going much further. Every man in congress has his i own individual notion about what should be done, and no two seem to have exactly the same idea. Some would simply remove the tax and leave everything else to the states. Others, and what appears to be a large majority, would extend over state bank , best. It eflects a permanent cure and the Umcs federal inspection. Others would ' mo.st dreaded habitual sick headaches yield I to its influence. We urge all who are af provide for a uniform issue of state bank Uictej to procure a bottle, and give this currency by the federal government so remedy a fair trial In cases of habitual I constipation Electric Bitters cures bv giving as to guard against counterfeiting. Still ; the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases others would compel the banks to sub- j lonS rkt the ue of this medicine. Try it ; once. Large bottles only 50 cents at K. nut their securities, state, county, munic- j Blacknall & Son's drug store. ipal, railroad bonds or Other securities, ! . .. . ii r .i e The Boomerang Is Not New. to the comptroller of the currency for n., i . I 1 he boomerang, tne Australian native s approval, and then require their deposit weapon of olfene and defense, referred with the treasurer of the United States. ; to in a11 reference works as an instru- n,, .i.i .i . -.i ment unknown until after the discovery Ihey would not leave that with the; f ,,..4.,1;, i 1 i 1 1 J : of Australia, was doubtless known be- state treasurer. Otht rs would go even further, and I would myself, and not discriminate in pecting an instrument made of theVood favor of stale bankers, and would place I of the aquifolia: f ,. "If a stall made of this wood, when aU banks of issue upon the same footing o4. 1 ' - thrown at an ;inimal. lrom want of by ptrmittirg national and other banks i strength in the person throwing, falls to issue circulation upon other securities i sllort of the lnarl;, it will come back to 4l , , , . . .... . j ward the thrower of its own accord, so than federal bonds. W hy should we j remarkable are the properties of that compel national banks to deposit govern- j tree." ment securities to secure circulation and U l altogether probable that the i learned Plinv did not consider the shape permit state banks to deposit state, j of the -staff" and referred its peculiari county, municipal, railroad and other ties to the nature of the wood of which ! .1-...--. . T r Li- bonds or stocks 't You can eee that there j are so man- ideas that we are not likely I to sret together." "Do you believe the committee on bank- ing and currency will favor the proposi- tion to give national banks par value of j circulation upon bonds deposited as on I i independent measures ; , "It is my impression that a majority of I J 1 J J : the committee favor that bill," replied ! Mr. Springer, "and that it will be ulti mately passed." "What are the prospects of the Bryan bill to tax national bank deposits a quar- M BARB DEALER IN iter of 1 per ceDt for the purpose of rais , , ...... , ! I ing a lunu oui or wnicn 10 pay ueposnors i in faiki banka without usiul dela " '"That measure has not yet been reached by the committee, but I can say now that it meets with much opposition, both in and out of the committee. I don't be lieve it could pass either branch of con gress, for the reason that it is a step in a direction regarded dangerous for the gen eral government. It is in the direction of insuring deposits in institutions owned by private persons. I don't believe there will be any effort made in the house to secure action upon any financial legisla tion until the silver bill is out of the way. We want no confusion." When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple nd gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Jj'jl J Um' v"0?1 soap for the complexion, v . M. 1 earby, druggist, will always recommend John son's Oriental Medicinal Toilet Soap, 1 STILL THEY GO. Dl,rl,am Semls Another Party Woild'S Fair This Mornin the Another party left Durham for Chi-! , cago over the S. A. L. this morning. Among them were Mr. W. A. Erwin and Amon4T them Miss Erwin, Miss Ida Thompson, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Markham, Mrs. J. W. Allen, Miss Zoa Kigsbee, Misses S. W. Spargler and Lewis Bryant. Cure for Headache. As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters has nrnved to he the verv ! fore the time of Christ. Pliny the elder, a contemporary of our Saviour, writes 's follows in his "Natural History" re- 11. "us ii-iiiut 01. jjuius riepuuiic. -jap or ireiand made of hairs tasen from the heads of the different members of the McLean family is in the possession of Mrs. A. McLean of Peiham. Ga Guaranteed Cure, We authorize our advertised druggists to f?11 -King's New DLvery for Consuniiv tion, Loughs and LoUIs, upon this condition: If you are afflicted with a Cough. Cold or r fung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no lenetit, you may ; return the bottle and have vour monev re- ; funded. We could not make this offer did ; we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at R. Blacknall A Son's drug store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. MERC EE, ANDISE, Durham, 3M. C- LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The lays Kecord of Current Kveut In the City and Vicinity. Smoke Antonio Hoig cigars, o cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Smoke Twin Medal cigars, 5 cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Smoke Flor de Cuba cigars, 10 cents, at E. D. Fisher's. Colonel Jake Woodall has bought a new Jobberwock. The rock crusher is coming, and the corn cure is in sight. Chew Close Shave tobacco, 5 cent's 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. For fresh groceries at bottom prices go to the Racket Grocery. Chew Rough and Ready tobacco, 10 cents a plug, at E. D. Fisher's. For Pure Florida cigars, wholesale or retail, go to the Racket Grocery. Don't fail to see the new arrival of ladies cloaks at Ellis, Stone 6c Co's. New lot of ladies and childrens handkerchiefs. Ellis, Stone & Co. New lot of latest style ladies cloaks just opened. Ellis, Stone & Co. See the new carpets at Ellis, Stone & Cos. Choice patterns of table linen with napkins to match. Ellis, Stone & Co. Ladies jersey ribbed vests, extra long 25 cents. Ellis, Stone & Co. Call and see the newest styles in ladies cloaks. Ellis, Stone & Co. "After the Ball," "Daisy Bell," and other popular songs for sale by Darnell & Thomas. Smoke Flor de Columbia cigars, 5 cents, six for 25 cents, $3.75 a box, at E. D. Fisher's. The Racket Grocery is prepared to supply your wants in anything in the heavy or fancy grocery line. Some forty or fifty girls passed through the city yesterday on their way to Greensboro Industrial school. This seaon we are showing a very choice lot of b'ack dress goods. Ellis, Stone & Co's. To see the greatest number of styles, best fitting and longest waist corsets go to Ellis, Stone & Co. Ladies and misses fast black heavy ribbed seamless hose 15 cents at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Prettiest lot of lace curtains ever shown over our counters are now on ex hibition. Ellis, Stone & Co. Select your carpet at once from the large assortment at Ellis, Stone & Co's. For the newest and greatest variety of dress trimming go to Ellis, Stone 6c Co's. New dress goods and trimmings are shown in every variety at Ellis, Stone & Co's. See the new lot of fifty-inch ladies' cloth in all colors 85 cents at j Ellis, Stone & Co's. j Col. Tom Gorman says that when he ' discovered America there were no In dians here. It is his idea to keep history ; straight. A fresh lot of dew drop canned goods, full cream cheese, macaroni and all kinds of farenaclous Oods for pa1? cheap at the 1 Jacket Grocery. Mr. J. M. Wbitted moved to day from Alston avenue to Broad way, and 1 the Blount hou?e is aain without an occupant. The regular meeting of the I). L I. will be held to night at the arm' and a full attendance is requested, saj'S Capt. T. J. Winston. And he ought to know Dr. W II. Wakefield, of Winston Salem, will be at Hotel Carrolina in Dur ham, on Friday, October G, for that day one day only. Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat. Colonel Captain Whitted informs us that his kerthankyoumam show will not come off. He simply leaves his rarest specimens of these rare flowers with Colonel Frank Ileartt. The latest information from Hev. i Dr. Black, of the Oxford Orphan As-y Hum, is to the effect that at least 2.3 or- j ! t cnt v for thr wnn,i i - -i . . i : ot tunus to Keep mem i Captain Peay insists that he was a j Hill man, and says that the way things j ate coming he is glad of it. He may have j been right in his heart, but this old man ; is for Grover all the time. ! Col. Harry Bs., as all hi.s friends ; will b3 glad to know, got out of his tick bed this morning. He will, he assures ' us, be all right in a few days. We are ! glad of this, as many others will be. j Mr. R. C. Burton desires to thank the I fire companies and the people who as sisted in attempting to save his prize house in the recent lire. He wishes to assure them of his hearty appreciation of their efforts to protect his property, and only regrets that those efforts were ren dered ineffectual by reason of the insuffi ciency of the Crater supply. Col. F. M. Barbee, who during the illness of his clerk is being worked to death to attend to a large and growing trade, says that he can now sympathize with Grover in his arduous duties, and proposes to stay with him till the north pole strikes the ecpuator and the Pacific ocean empties itself in the Gulf of Mexico Colonel Barbee is nothing if he is not a good democrat. The partridge hunting season does not begin until November 1, and lasts until March 15. At any other seasons of the year the statutes of North Caro lina make it a misdemeanor punishable by fine of ten dollars to kill, shoot.trap or net any partridges, quails, deer, robbins, larks, mocking birds or wild turkeys. Many people are of the opinion that the law only applies to the partridge but the above is the language of the statute. Colonel Freeland M irkham who at tended the World's fair last week, says that the way to see the fair is to see it. He brought home a numher of souvenirs in the way of moorish palaces, electric fountains, Euypibr.i mumudi.s arid other little trifles picked up in his strolls, and which he proposes to donate to the next Columbian exposition provided it is agreed to hold it in Durham. Colonel Markham explains that when it comes to standing up for his town, he wants it understood that he is there. Mr. W. E. Miller, late of the firm of Miller & Duke, has quit '.he brick-making business in Durham for the present and returned to his home in Waynesville. The firm has about 400,000 brick on hand which will be sold by Captain Pamplin, and as they are the best made, people who contemplate building should get in their orders early. With the improved machinery used by Messrs. Miller & Duke the brick turned out by them pre sent a hard, hi2hir polished surface which is not only handsome but as durable as stone I-n't You Know That to have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier and strength builder. It expels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum and all other humors, and at the same time builds up the whole system and gives nerve strength. Hood s Pills may be had by mail forSio cents of C. I. Hood 6c Co , Lowell, Mass. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbank scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wm. Lipscomb, Durham. If you have sour stomach and feel bil ious, and your head aches, take a Japan Liver Pellet, it will relieve you. Sold by W. M. Yearby. When Baby was sick, we ga- e ber Castoria. When she was a Child, ahe cried for Castoria. When she became iliss, -he clun to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Ca-storia. PLASTICO ! For nicest and best WALL ! USE jASTICC. DPI Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S ! General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole Agent for Plastico io Durham. IJIun;'cr Worse Iiian Guilt. There are po::k jr-nnliv. s on innocent acts essential t h-vaia:! s :fety, and the fcigiialer wLo.-i- t .:I".: c has destroyed a train nnt le ;tl.l-i, even though, when ho pi Aids t:::ir !:e waj in a "dwiun," he is to his ov:i mind te!ii!ig the simple and sufficient truth. Nature is even harder on blunder than on guilt, and though man has no right to be as stern as nature, which, f.-r example, executed a djTiamiter at Madrid not for his in tention to murder, but for Lis careless ness in dropping his bomb still, there are points upon which he must be nearly as hard. London Spectator. Colonel North's Mronjj Room. Colonel Xcrth is s.dd to have at Elthain one of the strongest of strong rooms prob tbly in the world. Not only is his gold and silverware stored here, but lady vis itors to Eltham are provided for, special arrangements being made for "taking care" of their jewels during the night. The room" is iUxn-ed with cement and walled all round wi:h weighty granite. To get into its inttricr vuu must pass through ina:iy gate., all tliiel up with burglar alr.rwis. i treasures air kept 1 room" is :jo feet i ..'. under ground. Loluo:i Tit -Bit. Iiucklen's Arnica Salve. a no iiest JNiive 10 me won.! !r anteed to 'ive perfert satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice I'o cents per box . J-Vrsale bv il Rlirknall A; S..n nv r-w. iueknan v ...n Inflamed, itching, burning, eru.-ty and scaly skin and si-alp f infants s;:hd and cured by Johnson's Oiiental Soap Sold by W. M. Yearby. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts a;ently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in it3 action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c iiud $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one 7I10 wishes to try it. Do not accent ai; substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. Y. t Li.tk of C - .r:fi:!' - n - . y9Tr cr;,r, r c::cc.v-:vc Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, S.;h ilhuu. IVver "Xr wit nnSt . . .. , . . , 11 1 by doctors without aty benefit until 1 Sores, Tetter, Chapped h:':iN. chilblains, ! lHth discouraged and disgusted. Mv hu v1( Corns, and all Skiti Krupthms, r.nd positively I bought me a bottle of Dr. Miles' New H,':in cures Piles, or no pay rconim! 11 is r'- i "f,,? t, MORE J to Irf.mitv. BEFORE AND AI For Sale by Y M. Yearby. i nnunty to lnr.rtr.ity, C'-WJ'rpuon and ii.:.-!:..ty, j ;it tip convenient arry i.. KV I vest rxket. Sent mad in j lain ,:n ka.re to any addi ( ss for $ I , r i-TER i-siNG. Ciiciilar 1 " cc. Adda: CPAlTi: ITEZVE C2AI27 CO. mmmmmmmm V.orptlmularts which BEFORE AM Al-TEB USING. ACdreas XHT 8KE1) CO., Slavonic Temple, t blcuKo, IM. For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS 6c Co., and by W. M. YEUiBi' Druiots. S. W. HOLMA1 Sl CO., Sanitary Engineers and Electrical Con trac tors ! WHOLESALE AND KKTAfL DEALERS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools rois Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. CONTRACTORS FOR HEATING BY STEAM Oil HOT WATEK ! AGENTS FOR THE NATIONAL EOT WATER EEATEK COMPANY. SELLING AGENTS FOR Catalogues, Trice Lists, Etc., Furnishel on Application. j v -V '... ..'-.' ;'. .:.' i A NARROW ESCAPE! How it Happened. The following remarkable event in a h W life will interest the reader: "For a Ion- t n ,. ? had a terrible pain at my heart, which V..." tered almost incessantly. I had no nuix-r , and could not sleep. 1 would be eomjViv' to sit up in bed and belch gas from my Mor-' ach until I thought every minute wou'd 1 my last. There was a feelinj? of opniv'sv,,' about my heart, and I was afraid to dnw full breath. I couldn't sweep a roora iti" out sitting down and resting: but, ticiik God, by the heln of New Heart Cure all iY ... i is past and I feel like another woman iii. fore using the New Heart Cure I had til., ri j sleep well. I weighed lis pounds wh, n I t, ; ?nn taking the remedy, and now I weigh l i lts effect my case has been truly man, ;. mjs it far surpasses any other medicir,. nae ever taKcn or any nerietu I ever it ceived from physicians." Mrs. Harry t n l'ottsville. Pa., October 12, Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is soll on : t,i. five guarantee by all druggists, or by tlx- !r Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receiiit nf price, Slper bottle, six bottles 5, express pre paid. This great discovery Ity an eminent specialist in heart disease, contains iiutLti opiates nor dangerous drugs. Sold by W M. Yearby, Durham. l.WKorfs!kfesiornRl Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. LKAVE DUIIMAJI, N. C. ::10 p. m. Daily for Lynchburg and Way Stations. Arrive Lynchburg 7:."." p. ni. All trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart troin Union station. Lynchburg. Trains arrive at Durham irom Lynchburg at 11:.ro a. m. daily. Trains 71 and 7' have coach bet. ecu Durham and tout!i Huston. Leaves Durham ::ju a. ro.: arrives Durham 5:l-r p. m iJaily except Sun- aJ' WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston-Salem 1:50 p. m. daily; ar rive at Koanoke 7:00 v. m. MAIN LINE WEST HOUND. LEAVE LYNCH BUKfi-DAILY. 5:I$0 p. m.. for Koanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Rristol aud all points south, via E. T. V. (J.. R. It., also for Hluetield, Ohio Extension. Leave Hluetield : 10 a. m. daily for Kenovaanrt Columbus. Parlor Car to Roanoke. Pullman Sleeper Roanoke to Memphis via Knokville and Chattanooga. 7:25 a. m. for Roanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Hristol ; also for Hluetield, Pocahontas, hlk horn and stations Clinch Valley Division ; also for Louisville and stations L. & N. It. R. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Louis ville via Norton. Connects at Roanoke a. m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. Pullman sleeper Koanoke to Nashville, Mem phis and New Orleans. Dining Car attached. 2:U5 p. rn.. daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations. Has no connections beyond Roanoke, EAST-HOUND LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILY. J':15 a. m. for Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk arrives Petersburg at J:ii5 p. m. connect ing with Richmond ami Petersburg railroad, rrriving in Richmond at 2:15 p. in. Arrive Norfolk 6:00 p. m. 11:50 p. m. Arrive Peteisburg 4:15 a. m. connecting with R. Sc V. II. R. daily: ariive Richmond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 7:00 a.m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper letwecn Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at WW p. m. for reception of passengers. 2:55 p. m. for Kichmond, Petersburgand Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Noriolk !:J p. m. Pullrrau Parlor Ruffet Car to Norfolk. W. R. HE VI LL. G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va. , 3 RESTORED. S f ' rvrndrrfi-.l r i 'v '- ill. cri'-'-s such a-i W : I; .'.Ji -'. N iij.tly '.!!iisions, Lv i! i'r-.-. 4 . i: ''il."', hA lrains and ! .s ' ' - .c, .scrvi.-i ( -en ty overexertion, y-jt: tr.i v.rc. 'A V. I C'-np;iTi;Kn and r;i oi Mailed on Receipt of Price. "Hervo Seeds, ' T'oi i woriderf ui riTn-'i)' ffuuriir.O'pil to -ur I all rervousdisoa?PF, Fuch a W.-r!c V.c.rtnry, r JSrsiln lovr; Headache, V'uUfuli!ri( .o( f.I'inhoo'l, JV lightly Kmlloni Quickneu, Kvll lrc:ir.;H, I..-i !i. !' 4'ontldi-nce, Serfomnew, all drains and loss of powpr in ifnfrati ve (ir'uns )UJtliT sex cnu",l by ovor exertion, youthful errom. exceppive u r!f tibucco. oitu:ii lead to IntJruiity, Cunsumution and Insanity. O-n- Mvenent to carry In vest pocket. Hy mail prepaid In plain box U) any address for 5f 1 each, or O for S.. (With every border M-eRlve iwrltten igaa.rari tee to cure or refund the money.) For pain nj ail druPBiPt. Ak for It nrii iirppTit no fithpp r-I nen. A It RltKh.