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TIIK 6LORK IS (I ! t . f 1 ; li! NEVER A TOMRSTONT. I.VXKNC'K OF I KOSi riil l V. i ,i IT IV ALJN; lO: LIVC MIX. VOL. IV. NO. 2(32. 1, Lockhart's Watkins Street Prize House, 2, Banner Warehouse lot divided into lots fronting some on Main Street and others in size suitable for building lots for business purposes. 3, Office Building; and Lot, 4. Lockhart's Residence, on Dillard St fronting BOYS LN MISCHIEF 1 Tliev Climb cu the Cars While in Motion. Tlioy Knn 'the Ilisk of Loosing Life ;i (I Limb. THE KIDS SHOULD ALL BE STOPPED ro. Who Will lie Hoys, Should He Mmle to I'liderslrtud the I;i:ier Attending This Sin. it. Parents had better nil vise their boys to mm monkeying with cars in motion or they will come to grief. To day were noticed two boys just out of the graded school, whose ages were not over teD or twelve years, climbing on a I). & N. freight car which was moving rapidly by the snulT factory ; and one of them came near filling ofl, which would have doubt less crippled him severely, or resulted in his death outright. Of course boys of this age are not e- 4 pected to understand the danger of Ai tport, which makes it more th-an ever necessary that parents should know what their children do after they leave school. A Sharp Practice you call it when reading au interesting article and find at its close that you've read au advertisement. Don't condemn the advertiser. You won't read the ordi nary advertisement. All advertisers feel this in common with the writer who takes this means of telling you that Simmons Liver Regulator is the best medicine for malariw, impure blood, and a poisoned system. Equally as good for indigestion and biliousness. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Uay'n Kecord of Curut livents lu the City Hud Vicinity. John Kirkland is out in a new uni form and explains that he has come to stay. The R. D. eastbound is improving, the delay this morning being only fifty minutes. Col. W. II. Proctor tells us this even ing, that he lost several stutied alligators by the frost of last evening. Mrs. T. 13. Lyon will board a gentle man and his wife, no children, for a reasonable price, at her home on Man gum street. Team No. 2. of the State University, passed through this morning en route to) uaieigh, where they will play the A. M. ; conege team this afternoon. When Collector Simmon9 gets back to Raleigh to morrow from Washington, he will find a score of more gentlemen ready and waiting to help administer the revenue laws of his district. Mrs. Socman's yard is still brilliant with magnificent chrysanthemums, as are the homes of her fiiends with these spleudid autumn ilowers. The Globe is one of the favored ones and speaks un derstanding!'. For rent, two desirable dwelling houses with vegetable farm and orchards, containing seventeen and a haif :.cres attached, on Dixie avenue, mile and ; quarter front centre of town, good watet and pleasantly located A fine opportu nity to secure a valuable truck farm juM outside the city. For terms apply at thi. orlice. Says the Raleigh correspondent of the Charlotte Observer: Prof V. F Massey to day submitted, to Governor Carr, at the latter's special request a re port of the result of his observations oti beet sugar manufacture in Nebraska. The report is quite voluminous, but Is sensible and tells about what may be a reat industry in this state. Since the Germans and French have discovered the new and excellent methods for mak ing this sugar it is evident that beets containing a sufficiency of saccharine matter can be grown in this state. (iiiaraiiteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If ymi are atllicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, i hroat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, ami experience no benefit, you may return the bottle ;.nd have your money re funded. Wo could not make thisotler did we nut know that Dr. King's New Discoverv could K' relied on. It never disappoint-. Trial bottles free at 11. Rlacknall iV. Son's drug store. Large size oOe. and J LOO. FATAL FIRE. A clionl in the Far West lioe Tp In Smoke, Madison, Wis., Nov. IT Special. Edgewood school was destroyed by fire to-day, and two little girls were burned todealh, and one of the sisters was per haps fatally injured. The best medical authorities say the proper way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsa parilla. Messrs. Will Ye.uby, Clarence Cheek, L. G. Cole and others returned this morning from Burlington, where they vent yesterday afternoon to confer the O. M. A. degrees on several Burlington ians last night. Do You Want a Position As drummer, teacher, clerk, manager, solicitor, book-keeper, mechanic, servant, etc.? Address with stamp, Employmk.nt Bureau, lUleigh, .N. C. DURHAM, X. C., FJR1DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER AT COURT HOUSE AT 12 CLOTURE GIVEN UP! iTis;4 Recent Republican Victories As signed as the Reason. The Tariff Bill Will Probably Not Be Pushed Through. SOUTH AFRAID OF THE FORCE BILL ritra DomocratM Oppose Cloture and Con gress Will Have Some Lively Work if Anything Is Done. Washington, Nov. 17. Special It is now reported tint the administration has abandoned its intention of insisting upon cloture in the senate. The change of plan is said to have been occasioned by the recent republican victories at the polls. It is intimated in official circles that the. democrats will be perfectly will ing to have the tariff bill fail in the sen ate if the responsibility for failure cau be laid at the door of the republicans who have said that, without cloture, the bill should not become law, and who are willing to assume responsibility for the defeat of that measure? Some of the most ultra southern democrats in the senate have all along opposed and now oppose anything like cloture, a3 they fear the republicans, when they again ! secure control of both branches of con ; gress, will pass the dreaded "force" bill. ! It looks just now as though, through ; cowardice ou the part of the republicans, , the tariff bill woul.i not go through the senate, not before the elections next November, at least. This morning dense clouds of smoke came through the open windows of the Blaine house on Lafayette square, and a gentleman who was passing rang the bell, thinking the house was on fire. It turned out to be only the first lighting of the furnace, which did not dra'-v well for the first few minutes and filled the house with smoke. Mrs. Blaine, Miss Hattie Blaine and Mr. J. G. Blaine arrived in the city on Saturday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Lee. The ".'nil at this lime is simply for the purpose of putting the house in suitable order to rent. No one has rented the house yet, but it is understood that there are several persons who have t een negotiating for the lease Mrs. Blaine has made no peimanent plans for the future, but is thinking of taking a smaller house in this city at O'CLOCK KZ., SHARP, Main St. some time in the future. It is possible ' that tho comini w inter will be divided J by her between New York and Europe j All diseases of the skin cured and lost ! complexion restored by Johnson's Orien j tal Soap. Sold at W. M. Yearby's. j COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor In the City. A. B. Andrews, Jr , passed through to il a'. Mr George Collins, of Hiilsboro, is here to-day. J. A. Mundy, Esq , of Greenville, S. C, is l;erp. Mr. .L S. Joyner, of Baltimore, is at the Carrolina Capt. J. A. White went to Raleigh this morning. R S. Christian, Esq , of Richmond, i in the city. Mr. W. D. Lunsford, of Cmbra, was; here to day. ; Mr. A. G. Cox, of Orange Factory, is in town to day Mr. J. A Saunders, of Boston, is a; the Carrolina. Mr. J. R. Barkley, of Baltimore, is at the Carrolina. II. W. Ilines, Escj , of Burlington, is in the city to da. Col. T. B. ICeogh.of Gre-ecsb ro, pa.-se-i through to day. Col. Howell G. Harris will lecture in Fairntosh to morrow. Hon. J. A. Long, ex senator from Per sou, is in the city to-day. Mr. C W. Stanford, a former resident of this place, is here to-day. Mr. J. F. Jordan, a prominent Greens boro tobacconist, passed through to-day. II. A. London, Esq., of the Pittsboro Record, was here for several hours to day Mrs. W. E. Conrad has returned from a pleasant visit to her parents in Lynch burg, Ya. Col. Dr. Michaels, if he is not shot, says he will go to New Orleans to morrow He 6dys he is going to get some Newport News sorgham molasses. Cure for Headache As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters his proved to U; the very bet. It etfects a erjua.nent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to iu inliuence. We urge all who are af liicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial In case of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cure by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and fe' ca.s long re-it the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only tJ ec-uLs at R. Black nail & tfon's dru store. 17, 1893. 5 Literary Notes. MoCiures MaK'azide., Aichdeaeon Farrar lives in the very heart of London, under t!i" shadow c f Westminister Abbey and close to the Pa; linme'tt. i.uiljintrs. In Mc 'lure's Magazine fr December, he chats n-o-t entertainingly about his life and work and about Tennyson, Mucaulay, Phillips Brooks, Dean Stanley, Longfellow, and many others. The article is capitr.lly il lustrated wilh ten lurgM drawings h) the briliunt. American :fiiT, Arthur .Iul ioodman. Mrs Cameron, lh" iijiiarste friend c f Tennyson, is a photographer whose -.v.rk is ackno vl iled to be of the m st ind ue .t artistic quality. Shu nude ph :o graphs of her fiien Js, iiidu iing Tenny son, Lady Tennyson, Longfellow, Car 1) le, Browning, Irving, Piofessor Jowett, and others, and a ? ion of these huve he-:u printed in a hook of which on) four hundred copies .eio tnvle, ami vi i ich sells for a io;y. A hlf dozen of ih'i most interesting of them will be reproduced in Met lure's Mag .z ne for December, und'jr the tbl", "Tennyson and 1 1 is Friends " To Investor aiol .t ulatorn ! 1 will offer for a!', in iron; ot ii.e hou-e, :t auct'.on, to th highe-t bidder, i.u Monday, Novcmb- r ". imme diateiy after the LoeUiurt ixiot .-a!-, that very ilcsiruh'e uniriiprovc-1 property on Noiiii Di!i rd street. Durham. N C , rp-po-ir- th preuii-ts ..f R T. Fn'ir' it tin i tioi,M f .Nrs F!ir:tiir:' ... The lot h; a front ;igt? of h i'-0 ft f on Dilia'd .-;r' et iti 1 .in aver i re depi n of 1 f.-ei T-rn. of s-i': One thliJ ca-h. o.-.e Dot 1 in oi.t ve.ir ;tnl one thiol in two venr-, wr.h in teres' .;t s per c.'iit per annu-.n n ih' de ferred pa tin-n is There i- no !.i':-r I u. -i-!t in town and so;n- one will no doub; secure au unheard of good litrg ii:i h? I am determined to sell Do not fail t-i attend the auction I-ac N. Link Salt-Miien Wanted ! Free prepaid outfit One of our agtnl? has earned over .2'J,00Jin rive year. P. (). box 1371, New York. f t It AS IS II ED jCi pfrr.plcs, bl'tchf-, sor. bu;r' rs, arid eraptior. l,v I Ir. ri.:ree's (iol'n Zufl- s -h iriJ Iii-zvt-ry. Forajoor piQ ' 1 this is the best of ail known 1 In ev. rr disease or di vrr d:r of t!. fkin cr K-a'p. ir. every trouble tat c-oru M &t - "Dvtry" is the oiJy uai 3 medics no that'i iwLi with a rjuirnrJee that it shall do Tchat it promises If it d(-snt Ix-tait or cure, vou Lave your money l-acir. f.TofuLi in ell i'-s various r:rm, Eezcnm, Tetter, Salt-rhum. Erysitjr-la", hAU, L'ar buiides, rir.larirti (;l3.nj. Tumors and Swell ings, and every ki:irel aiiirerit, aro per-fe-tSy and j-rrnanf-nt!y ciirnl by it. Buy of rtllable dealers. With any otlier, something tli tht pas tLs'm letter will protaUy to -arl as jost as g'xxL"' Get Dr. .S.tr- -$ Catarrh Rf medy at any drnist's, for VJ cents, and you fret a com plete and hinting cure for the wort cases cf Chronic Catarrh ia tb Head. wms) 1h PRICE FIVE CENTS. r I,- mi t3. on Green Street, LtjL.&&.:--r:. A YOUNG GIRIS FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing apro:iIs f-o htronply to a mother's affection as )i-r dauliter Just huoflifiif I r,t wornaiitiool. I'ollowiii is an instance: "Our inuizhter, Ulaiif'he, now H years of upo, had Ixnterrilay aiMictcd with iiervousia-.nf and had lor,ttii; entire u.-e of her riiiht arm. Mie vi :n 1 n mfli a condition that w had to Keep fn r from sc1'k;1 ami ahandon her rnu-lc le v'is. Infi'-t, wi! foirol r-t. Vitun da rice, nd aro j-.itivo hut for an invaluable r t!-ly ii.i would havi? hf'l tli.it tf-rrlbie ,if"ll-t l-i.. ; )ii.J'ifijIovod piiysl'-UriH, hut f-he rt- el v d notx n-tit froni ti.-m The tirst of last Aupj.i -ill wt-i.'tied hut ioufilH. arid altin imh nh has taken onl ' tlir Ixjttlen t. Nervine t-li n weighs lr- 'inds, her riervousr.e-s ar.d symptoms of it us dance are ent in iy jfone. hIio att-nds school r-srularly. atid studies w Itli .'ornfort and ea-- Mie has reovetfd compli-in ttsOf her arrn. hT hietito Is Hph-ndid. anJ no mony could priifurtj fr ourdamrhter thu 4j-;ilth Ir Mil.-- Nt rvin! has hrourht h r. When rny hro'h r r-comm-nd d tt.- r rn vy I had ho faltli In prtti-nt r;.et Mos and ould not li.tcn to ! -mt n- a last iert he sent us a t -. -1 .-. l-;.n It to Ularu h. and t Ji f i ft as a!ir t.-t iu.r.edl-Ut-." Mr-, l;. i:. i:ti;i" 'k. I'.ri. I.o.r,. IS. . I)r. Mlh-' 1: s'orath .-r i.i" is ol ly I! rlruzzist s o-4 a earan!-.-, or tit direct hy tt,n Ir. M;l - Mf-di--al '.. I k.t.r'. Ind.. on re. i;,t of pr;, il j r .Ml.-, fix )-ttIe, for :, e'xpr .f.-p:od. (I !- 'it 1 v jr ti ce from opiates or uun. rous tli us. -old b' W Yf:ir!i , ' liiim. 3ITILD A HOME ! C. II. NORTON, i '.-. t ! ?::l I!tiD'lff. lie 'Nil' 'wV. yo . r':oey, do t' "d work Irjf V u -"nil tie a;k ' . ; -.-s ! o 'Ive t:rurcs and r-'.:ir. '-1 - ) -'trt of the ftat? b'r. - - - r !) on him t- : s r ' f : ! . . PS tf V.J . t i I ; ,! w- r v. 1. t-.irr I arMtiJ lui M7. W ui uiif . i io . r mi J iuf it ix'4 lt rrfrf."' f ATIESTS TREATED LY MAIL COFIOEMTIAL. f- n 4 am, ui cui. la It I. v. r. tiTUt mscitrt tiiitii ciiuii. iu; v wiv-v a .vr- -r----.-vA cwv .v . .