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THE JDUKHAJM JDAIJLY GLOliE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23. ill 1 ' b M.'l If' i i. 1 I ill FROM WASHINGTON ! The Tariff Bill to Be Kept from the Public LIVE LOCAL LINKS. THE NEGRO ORATOR ILL. I I ntil the Regnlar Session Begins in December. HORNBLOWER TO BE CONFIRMED The Day's Record of Current KvenU fn Kev. J. C. Price, President of Livingstone the City and Vicinity. College, in a Dangerous Condition. Major S. F. Tomlinson is much im- The public and friends of Dr. J. Cf proved and will be out In a few days. j Price, president of Livingstone college, I will doubtless be pained to hear that he is now lying critically ill at his home in Salisbury. He has been sick for the past three Fifteen Hundred Postal Clerks Who Were Pounced Four Tears Ago to He Reinstated. Washington, October 23. Special From the most available sources The Gloke correspondent learns that al though the tariff bill may be completed A splendid assortment of lamps just opened at Durham Supply Co's. Pickles, both sweet and sour, of best quality at Durham Supply Co's. A fine stock of guns to close out very cheap. Durham Supply Co. Prunes, the finest on the market, at Durham Supply Co's Look up the Racket Grocery bill of fare it will give you an appetite to read it. It will pay you to read the Racket months and about the 1st of August was ordered by his physician to Saratoga. However, on his return a few weeks ago, it was apparent that he had not much improved. For the past week he has been declining very rapidly and his most sanguine and intimate friends now fear the worst. WEDDING IN THE COUNTY. MR. SMYTHE GOES TO HAYTI. within two or three weeks, the time when Grocery bill of fare to be found elsewhere A Virginia Gentleman Takes a job He it shall be made public is yet a matter of h ! this issue. conjecture and doubt. It is the purpose Don,t ai, (o read Jje Racket GrQcery of the democratic members of the ways bill of fare. It shows you where you can and means committee to keep dark all get just what you want and need, features of the bill until political condi- For extra strong and nice patterns of tions are in accord with the state of busi- boys' cassimeres, go to ness in congress. Then the bill will go Ellis, Stone & Co's. to the full committee and the country. Thurber, Whyland & Co's canned 1 1 9 . It was the original intention to renoit gooas peacnes, apricots ana wnite cner the bill to the house before the end of nes at Duriiam Supply Co's. tin's month, but it was finally thought ad visable to hold it back until after the va rious November state elections, as the provisions of the measure might precipi tate further distress in manufactory and labor circles and have an adverse effect Over 3,000 yards of choice pattern ingrain carpets, from 18 cents up, at Ellis, Stone & Co's i New lot of hop sackings in diamond weave, warranted not to slip in the seams. Ellis, Stone & Co Will tJet Sick Of. Whshington, Oct. 21. Henry M. Smythe, of Graham, Tazewell Co , Ya , the first minister appointed by the United States to Hayti, who is not a colored man, received Lis final instructions at the state department to day and v. ill sail for his post from New York on Wednesday next. Mr Smythe has been directed to re open negotalions with the Haytian government for the acquire ment of the Mole of St. Nicholas as a coaling station for the United States war vessels. Hotel Rates iu Chicago. A good hotel at .$1 a daj If you are going to the World's fair, stop at the at the polls. It is now intimated that the crockery iust received. Call at Niagara hotel, lire proof. Jackson street. A large and well selected stock of between Michigan boulevard and Wabash Two Young People In the County Join Hands ami Heart for Life. Bahama, N. C, Oct. 20, 03 To the Editor Being a subscriber to your paper, and thinking jou would be pleased to hear from this section, I wish to tell ou about a pleasant wedding Ij attended on the ISth inst. On Wed nes day night, October 18. at early candle light, Mr. Edwin II. Hob, son of Dr. E M. Holt, led to the hymeueVi altar Miss Candace Terry, daughter of Mr. J. F. M. Terr', Elder Samuel Terry officiating Mr. J. F. M. Terry, the father of the bride, is a very influential farmer living north of Little river, in Mangum town ship, Durham county, and owns a fine fiour mill on Little river. And I must not forget to stat j that all of the bridal party spent the night with Mr. Terry, and judging from my own feelings and from the many pleasant remarks from the at tendants about the delightful supper, I feel like calling upon all classes both male and female (and the females especially for Mr. Terry himself is a young widower) to patronize his mill. The attendants were Mr. C F. Harris and Miss Lucy Terry, Mr. John Terry and Miss Fannie Leathers, Mr. R K Um stead and Miss Lucy Roberts, Mr. J. A. Hopkins and Mi?s Ella Garrard. On Thursday, the lUlli inst., a wedding feast was prepared at the residence of the bridegroom's father, Dr. E. M. Holt, of Durham county, and all of the bridal party attended this feast. Now it has been my good fortune to Le present on a great many wedding occc- uiun IB SCH WILL BE -RE-ORGANIZED In Y. M. C. A. Hall TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. Special factory and lumber sets. Liook keeplnjr, ftfO ? f ee access to o Twenty lessons lessons in book keepinjr, 00. Ilook-kt'eiVini pupils have f ee access to all classes in en- bill may not be reported until congress convenes in its regular session on the first Monday in December. Intimation is made that inasmuch as at 50 cents once on aVenue. Three hundred rooms. Near sions, but I never attended one before Duriiam qupply Co. business centre. Six routes to World's where all present seemed to enjoy them As a special leader in black goods fair within two blocks only fifteen min- selves any more than this one. Dr. E M. we offer a 4G inch silk-finish Henrietta utes to grounds. $1 a day Ellis, Stone & Co. President Cleveland called congress to- THE GREATEST GAME YET. -One hundred pairs of 7 hook kid gether for the express purpose of repeal- gloves, in black and colors, reduced from Trinity Park to Be the Place Next Satur- i n or tlr oilvnr rm rrl 1 o a? n cr law xk tfirmt $1.50 to 00. Ellis. Stone & Co. day, the 28th. Holt is an eminent physician, and his good lady knows how to spread a feast to tempt the appetite of mortal man. Yours A. N. Blalock. conditions, it would be improper or im polite to propose tariff legislation at the extraordinary session, especially in view of the fact that the silver rcreil bill has not been finally acted upon and is yet a bone of serious contention in the senate the contest over the silver legislation waists. Ellis, Stone & Co. i. ,ir i : i iiaa uun, uci.uu upmi a uumuui ui Uollowav's business School will be important nominations. There are se- re organized in the Y. M. C. A. hall to rious objections to the confirmation of j morrow. If you desire to leara book- Mr. Ilornblower, of New York City, to keePinS or to improve your penmanship, be associate justice of the supreme court of the United States. He has for many years been a corporation lawyer in Wall Wanted, a partner with capital to go 1 rmity college and the btate university into wood and coal business. Apply to win PlaY a Sreat &ame of football here W. S. Jeuks, office near electric light Saturday. The game will be the event of house. tne season, and many visitors will be here ff SPfi it frr.m far nnrl noar -we nave jusi received l.uuu yards oi oO-inch dark ground percales, fast colors, One of the most recent authorities just the goods for boys' and girls' shirt makes a statement regarding cholera which cannot have too wide a circula tion. It is, he says: "a filth disease of Bpecific character, carried by dirty peo ple to dirty places and there spread by the use of dirty water. With pure wa ter, pure air, pure soil and pure habits cholera need not be feared by any na tion or any individual." The bearing of these remarks lies in the application of them. you cannot afford to mi s this oppor tunity. Electric Uitters. This remedy is becoming so well known street, and the anti-monopolists and and so popular as to need no special mention silver PnAtnr r rmnn,r Mn. i i k All who have used Electric Bitters sin- the J-nE largest two-piece puiiey ever I same sonsr of praise. A purer medicine dops I constructed was cast a few dn-s arm in hammer and tongs. They hold that he not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that Pittsburgh. None of the casting- works is so biased in favor of corporations that J u cureauuis- of the country would take the contract eases of the liver and kidneys, will remove it J , A. he could not give cases against them full pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affec- for the Pulley' and the firm wanting- it 4,,et; P,.lr;,i., nii.,. .i i. tions caused by impure blood. Will drive nnally did the job for itself. The malaria from the system and prevent as well I wheel is twenty-four feet m diameter, a3 Bu.fcuianj lunuuaiu ui stcunug as cure an maianai levers. t;or cure ol has a face of forty-eight inches, and favorable action upon his nominations, V hllI,"u" anu inaigesuon try liileetric Ihtters. Entire satisfaction guaran a:;d there is little reasonable doubt that teen, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and the nomination of Ilornblower will be -00 Pcr bottle at K. Wacknall & Son's dmg store. Two Stepping Stones to consumption are ailments we often deem trivial a cold and a cough. Consumption thus ac quired is rightly termed " Con sumption from neglect." icotf's Emulsion not only stops a cold but it is re markably successful where the cough has become deep seated. Scott's Emulsio7i is the richest of fat-foods yet the easiest fat food to take. It arrests waste and builds tip healthy flesh. Prepared by Scott A Bowne, N. Y. All drnggists. A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled.- The following eraphlc statement will be read with iritenselnterest: "I cannot descnil)e the numb, creepy sensation that existed In my arms, hands and legs. I had to rub and beat those parts until they were sore, to overcome In a measure the dead feeling that had taken possession of them. In addition, I had a strange weakness in my back and around my waist, together with an indescribable 'pone feeling in my stomach. Physicians said it was creeping paralysis, from which, accord ing to their universal conclusion, there is no relief. Once it fastens upon a person, they say, it continues its linsidious progress until it reaches a vital point and the sufferer dies. such was my prospect. 1 haa Deen aoctoring a year and a half steadily, but with no par ticular benefit, when I saw an advertisement of Dr Miles' Restorative Nervine, procured a bottle and began using it. Marvelous as it may seem, but a few days had passed before every bit of that creepy feeling had left me, and there has not -been even the slightest Indication of its return. I now feel as well as I ever did, and have gained ten Fiounds in weight, though I had run down rom 170 to 137. Four others have used Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine on my recomen dation, and it has been as satisfactory in their cases as in mine." James Kane, La Rue, O. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is sold by all druggists on a positive guarantee, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, ind., on receipt or price, l per Dottle, six bottles for $5, express prepaid. It is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold by W. M Yearby, Durham. RAILWAY TIME CARD. mnshin. Iwenty lessons in nonrntrnJi,;' $2.50. Hours Hook keepinjr. day class nWi. night c ass, 9 to 10; penmanship, oay claw i to 5:30 ; night class, 8 to 9 ; daily except iitu'r day. Two gold medals will be awarded 0np for best improvement in penmanship and' ont for best pennanship. T rins One-fourth of tuition payable weekly. Reduction to threo or more irora one lamuy. iso deduction for lost time unless caused by protracted sickness Specimens of penmanship free upon appii' tion. Public referred to former pupils in re gard to my work. Pupls can enter at anv time. See circular R. U. HULLOWAY Durham, Oct. h. Principal. OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL 25 CENTS A DOZEN AT E. R. I SAMPLE ROOM. Arrives K. & 13. R. H. Leaves Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham. 2 32 a m Passenger for G reens. I 2 30am 3 35am Passenger for Golds. 4 53am 9 28am Express for Goldsboro I 932am 5 25 a m Express for Greensboro 5 29 p n Arrives- bT&CiiritT Leaves Durham, j Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham. Express for Richmond 6 15 aim 7 15 p ra Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass. for Keys v. 7 30 a nc i 15 a tu TLand Pass.l'm Keysv. - Arrives ! li7&N7l7lC Leaves Durham. ! DejX)t, foot Corcoran St. Durham. Mail and Express 5 55 a va 8 33 p m Mail and Express Freight and Passenger 615pm 8 25 am Freight and Passenger HOURS FOR CLOSING 3IAII.S AT DUB II A M POSTOFFICK. Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No. 11 South and West at 9:00 p. m. Henderson and Durham It. P. O. train No. 38 North and East N. C. and Va. at 9.00 p. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P. O. E. train No. 10 East and South N. C, S. C. and Fla at 9:00 a. m. Lynchburg and Durham R. P. O. train No. 2 - North and West at 2:25 p. m. i Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P. O. W. train No. 9 North. South and West at 5:00 p. m. Keysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. 15 North and West at 6:00 a. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No, 12 Raleigh at 9:00 p. ra. Hours of Collection from Street Letter Boxes. Genei'al 8:15 a. m., and 3:50 p. m. Business Section 7:40 p. m. Give Me a Call. 1 1 4 Church St., He Blue Ridge Inn, MT. AIRY, N. C, Is supplied with the famous White Sulphur Water! FOR THE GUESTS. Sixty-room building, neatly finished and well ventilated. weighs fifty-four thousand pounds. confirmed when the senate 'reaches a point, where it can give the nomination sufllcieut time for discussion in executive session. A large number of important cases before the supreme court, which must be hecrd by a full bench, are de layed by the failure of the senate to act upon II:;rnblover'8 nomination. Representative Houk, of Ohio, has joined Representative IJynum, of In diana, in a measure to have reinstated without examination or formality and upon certification of the civil service commission those clerks in the railway mail service who were dismissed between March 1 and May, 1839. There were 1,200 or 1,500 of these clerks dropped from the rolls dining the period named. Lum Luxa, a Chinese gambler who has gone crazy in Chicago, is to be sent baf'lf to bis native pnnntir TTiic ia onsupauon and sick headache per- uwi t Qo -h, ru.i : m ft n P ? . t Iv rll rnn onH nilna nrnrcn o,l Vr I ' J w Japanese Liver Pellets ; especiall adapted PeoPle in China. A man who is out of to childrens use. bold by W. M. Yeaiby. ns head in this country is in a very bad way if he is sure to lose his head COMING AND GOING. on returning home. IMS f3 OD RESTORED. 'KPANZSJT. PiliKVK C5 AiTiS" t!?e wonderful remedy isy.! '.vith i v.Tlttcn guarantee toc;irc r il rte'vus diseases such as Week Mem cry, Li-; of I'.ram Pc.ver,Lcst Manh)od, lightly Emissions, Evil Dreainr Latl: of Cor.'ldenoe, Nervot'.?nc-?, I.asivitude, all drains and loss of pov.-er errors, or excessive use of tdbaeoo. c :,iai:i cr stimulant.? which soon leac MOREjy io Infirmity, Consumption and Jnsanitv. Put up convenient to carry ir. rffV f. veFt pocket. Sent bv mail In plain i.'r.c!:;;cre to any addrer.s for 8 1 , or G T-jk ior ia every 4. a crutr " e F-a iv;.,:;t ,fa.sLice I3car5crreiui;a izq Before and AFTEii using. EC2:7. Circular Fife. Acidioss CrAi'I2H CO. Yori For Sale by W. M. Yearby. Mailed on lieceipt of I'rice. FOR KATES APPLY TO S. W. WESTBROOK, PROPKIETOK. Ltr!iani i'eopie on the Move and Visitors in the City. A stream near Tucson, Ari., petri fies all soft substances thrown into it It is in the crpflt. ( am rl r nntatn Mr. L. A. Carr went to Raleigh to day. beetle belt, and at the time of their Col. Jim Southgate went to Raleigh migration thousands of them strike to-day. the water and are converted into solid T . stone Rev. Levi Branson, of Raleigh, s in - I r , ... the citv. woman wiio says that men - . mrr-m vk. Itr i . nil nervous diseases, Euch asT"'ak M?mcry, I-ok or ralr Power; XXeadache, Waltffuh!t, t.o.t Manhood. Kightly mlslon, Qidcknets, Evil JJrcanjr., i-.tcJt of C onfidence. Nervousness, all drains and loss of pov.er in dpnorative Organs of either sex caused Dy overexertion, yccmini errom, exee3sivo use of tobacco, opium or stimulants which lead to Infirn'' . v, Consumption and Insanity. Con venient to carry in Vest Docket. I, e-mail rtrfnnJrl In nlnln hnitt nnr address for 31 each, or S for S3. "( Vt th every 5 order we Klvo When Nature Mr. Thos D. Turner, of Ilillsboro, is In be able to endure one another's soci- tUe Cly- ety. Why is it, then, that drinking is Mr. Louis Tobray, of CLicago.is at the not mre common among women? Carrolina. Mr. II. S. Pickett returned to day from Chapel Hill. written guarantee to cure or refund the money.) For sa!e by " nil rJmistS. Aafr for it. iinii fiwnt nn nMiar r'liVTi.i u i."ic"i. BEFOBE ASD AFTEU VSIO. Addrcsa iaSV SEED CO., Alaaonlc Temple. Cfalcaeo, 111. drink so much in order that they may For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by "W. M. "rEARBZ J-'ruibis. THE LLER TRAY TRUNK The Most convenient trunk ever devised. Mr. Robert G. Thornton of T? NT 1 . . . , . . . I " --.v-.v.wv., autus jisMsiance 11 may dc best to render is in the city, it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies onlv Maj' W A" Guthrie went to Raleigh j when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, Mr. J. W. Wiltshire, of Richmond, is at manufactured by the California Fig Syrup the Carrolina Co. o. la. uumer, Lsq , of Greensboro, i; 1 hat oily and rough skin cured and in the city to day. the face and hands beautified hv .Tnhn. son's Oriental Soap; medicated and Mr. T. R. White, of the R. & D. office, ljtgh;y pei finned. Sold by W. M Yearby went to Raleigh to day. UNIVERSITY BOYS DEFEATED. Mrs. W. II. Branson and little daughter returned home this moruiug. IS 0.s EUSIInTSSS TO SUPPLY OFFICE MEN WITH EVERYTHING- THEY NEED. TRY OUR PRICES JUST FOR ONCE. GONZALES & WITHERS, COLUMBIA, S. C. 1. W. HOIiMAM Sl CO., Sanitary Engineers Prof. R. B. Ilolloway spent Sunday in Greensboro and returned to day. Mr. R. II. Wright left on the X. train for Lynchburg this afternoon. Rev. R L. Abernethy, D. D., president W Both the method and results uhen fcyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gen'uy jet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the svs- tcm effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cure3 habitual constipation. Syrup of Firs is the Mr. J. S Jones, of Greensboro, w.i a C2ly rcmedv of its kind ever nrr- passenger on the east bound train to dar. d'Jccd PJea5iDg to the taste and ac- r t v, . 1 r. , , eepuioie to tiie stomach, prompt in J.D.Fletcher. Lq , a leading farmer it nrflm, nn.-l .,1 l ' rlzLT P of Fish Dam neighborhood, is here to-day. effectC prepared JlfiST thVrnosI Dr. Yates returned to the city this healthy and agreeable substances, it3 IPS mmTYiftn-! n Doiiiihty's work. For 2o vears I have ...n tr n'.l or,,! 1,0 I MM ff W UlUUw 1L LUC II II ?U i eBfl . ..... ,,r . rT popular remedy known. latest fciv-e of the art. A first class shop h " V VV ovrop ot igs is for sale in 50c good work, good stock and strict atten' erfur om a pleasant visit to and 61 bottles by all leading dru tion to business have been rewarded bv a ialt!fcrn- gists. Anv i-pRiMa mfrf thanks and Mn invitation to call early and American Road Machine company, is in c"1? 11 ' Prompwy for any one ho iics 10 iry il. uo not accept an substitute. T!ie Supeiior Trulniii- of tiie V. 51. 1. I Joys Tells. Lkxinoton, Va , Oct. 21. Special The Virginia Military Institute defeated the University of North Carolina football team here to-day by a score of 10 to4 Buskerville, Lilt lo and Hugh played the of Rutherford college, is in the city. game for North Carolina. The defeat is to be attributed to lajk of team work of the University and superior training of the Virginia Military Institute boys. I. E. AVEHY. Xliere Is No Discount held the kad in line shoes. You re sure of gttiipg a tit and shoes put up in the oittn Opposite Morehead bank. the city to day. Japanese Pile Cure costs vou nothing Mr- A- Henderson, a prominent I PAI irnDUiM eri oin y if it does not cure you; samples free, leaf tobacco dealer of Danville, passed iiVjVSvi U' Guaranteed by W. M. Yearby. I throagh to-day. I iQmvuniwu. N.r. All AND Electrical Contractors ! WHOI.ESALE VXD IiETAIl. DEA1.EHS IN Kinds of Material and Tools FOR Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas and S'eam Fitters. COHTItACTOKS FOB HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER! AGt2'TS i'OIt THE NATIONAL K0T WATEE EEATEE COMPANY. SELLING AGENTS TOR o. & 55 a jl ir" 5 Catalogucs, Price Lists, Etc., Furnished on Application. rriIE TRAY is arranged to roll back, leav ing the bottom of the Trunk easy of ac cess. Nothing to break or get out of order. The Tray can lie lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee that you wlU get tho strongest Trunk made. If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify tho manufacturers, , H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Richmond. Va. J. L nil! PFlntipg Go. RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHERS OF "C0BTEDEEATE SCRAP B00X," Price by Mail, $1.50. " HOWITZER BOUYEm," Prie$ by Mail, 28 Ct$. OftSrs tor Mali rolv Prompt Attention. J. W. HUTCHINS AX- City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT BY F.XPKHSS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL.