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He Did Xot Go to Kecley and, as Usual, He Fell. A Case Where a Touch of Nature Did Not Make Them Brothers. EViL COMMUNICATIONS DID IT ALL A Saliie African Makes a Charge Agalunt Another ami Skips Out to Avoid IJelng Asked to Explain. His honor Mayor Peay bad nothing to d this morning exce pt to discharge Henry Mason, colored, who was arrested la-t nL'ht in an unsavory precinct ; at the institution of John Mitchell, another darkey who claimed that Mason was raising cain. Mitchell did not appear this morning, nor is it probable that he will be seen here again soon, as Mason and others stated that Mitchell was the real one who was disorderly. We :iie plen-fd to announce that W. M. Veaibv, our enlerpriMng druggist, has secured the agency for the Japanese Pile Cure, a most wonderful discovery for the cure of piles of every kind, which he will Fell with a written guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure. It is said to be ;i specific br that, terrible and dan j,-,.,- . ,i ... fii-t a lice sample and try it T mA.hKoIk v'n'.o HrtOCi-A.ViAT iON. The I'n.bidt-nt Designates Nov. 30 as the Day for National Gratitude. Washington, Nov. 3. The president to-day issued the following Thanksgiv ing proclamation : By th j president of the United States of America : While the American people should eveiy d;.' remember with praise and thanksgiving the divine goodness and mercy which have followed them since their I chinning as a nation, it is fittiny that en'' day in each year should be es pecially devoted to the contemplation of the blessing we have received from the hand of God, and the grateful acknowl edgement of his loving kindues3. r i.( icfore, I, (Irover Cleveland, presi dent :' i 1m United States, do hereby dt si 1 Mr :ii.d set apart Thursday, the o'Hh tiny of the present month of Novem ber, a day of thanksgiving and praise to be kept and observed by all the people of our land. On that day let us forego our ordinary work and employments and assemble in our u-ual places of worship where we may recall all that God has done for us, and where from grateful hearts our united tribute of praise and song may reach the thioue of grace. Let the re-union of kindred and the social meeting of friends lend cheer and en joyment to the duty and let generous gifts of charity for the relief of the poor and needy prove the sincerity of our thanksgiving. G ROVE I! C L K V K L AND. y the president : Walter Q Gresiiam, Secretary of State. A ( ubuian's Ileveiige. A good story is told of a stipendiary magistrate in ;t Yorkshire town, not given to err on the hide of leniency, who heavily fined a cabman for fast driving. A few days after the magistrate, de tained rather longer than usual in the court, was hunying along to catch his train when, feeing an empty cab handy, he hailed the driver and directed him to proceed to the station, telling him that ho was pressed for time. Tho driver, however, heedless of the hint, kept to a gentle trot. "1 say, I say, my man," exclaimed the fare, with his head out of the window, "drive faster than this!" "It can't bo done, sir," replied the driver. "Ye see, if we drives faster we're had up afore the 'beak,' and we gets fined, so we has to be careful." lie did not alter his pace, and neither did the "beak" catch his train. London Tit-Bits. Wo nit n I Mirers. Women are, as we know, invading most trades and professions, but it is in teresting, says the London Lady, and not a little startling to learn that they have even taken to the doubtful one of usury. "You would hardly credit," said a well known solicitor recently, "what a huge number of women money lenders there are about." Many of them have small private connections only, obliging femi nine friends or acquaintances pressed for the amount of some dressmaker's or mil liner's bill with temporary loans at inter est. But there are others who go in for it extensively advertise, and, in fact, make quite a handsome income out of it. II lleinrman, Milwaukee-, writes : "One box .Tapani se Pile Cure 1ms cured me of a ease of ears standing, after beinir tnated hy New Yoik's best physicians." Sold by V. M. Yearly. Sure You Get Custoriu Catoria is truly a marvelous thing for children. Doctors prescribe it, medical journals recommend it and more than a million mothers ure using it in place of paregoric, ttateman's drops, so called sootl irg syrups and other narcotic and stupefying remedies. Castoria is the quickest thing to regulate the stomach and bowe's and give healthy sleep the world has ever ten. It is pleasant to the taste r.nd absolutely harmless It relieves constipation, quiets pain, cures difirrbooH ard wind colic, allays teverishness, de fclroys worms, and prevents convulsions, scot his the child and givts it refreshing and natural sleep. Cast-iria is the chif dienV pan scca ! he mother's friend C:..r:a is put up in one s .u bottles only. It is not sl i in buk D u't allow :r.y Dif to s-il yoi anviliing else on th pien ; prompt that it is "just as good" and "wil! answer everv purpose" See ll.nt you gel C s TO I A. The ! -siriiik- siu !i:re of vv Sissy. Is on every wrapper. -r W r Y I SHALL NOT DIE FOB THEE. For thee I shall not die. Woman high of fame and name; Foolish men thou mayest slay, I and they are not the same. Why should I expire For the fire of an eye. Slender waist or swanlike limb? Ia't for tuera that I should die? The round breasts, the fresh, skin. Cheeks crimson, hair so long and rich: Indeed, indeed, I shall not die. Please God, not I, for any such. The golden hair, the forehead thin. The chaste mien, the gracious ease. The rounded heel, the languid tone Fools alone find death from these. Thy sharp wit, thy perfect calm. Thy thin palm, like the sea foam; Thy white neck, thy blue eye, I shall not die for these alone. Woman, graceful as the swan, A wise man did nurture me; Little palm, white neck, bright eye, I shall not die for ye. Douglas Hyde in London Sun. An Old Family. Several years ago there. wa3 an old family in Pennsylvania named Roth. Indeed the long line of Roths was about all the family had to show by yvay of distinction, and so much did they make of the long branches of the family tree and the Niagara of blue blood that had in centuries past coursed through their veins that people of the more recent gen erations really began to think these Roths were of some account. One evening there happened to be a party in the little toyvn of M , and beside the great Roth family the guests numbered among others young Dr. Sharp. Ho yvas a popular and rising physician and considered by matchmak ing mammas a particularly desirable catch. Mrs. Roth had four marriageable daughters, so at the first favorable op portunity she cornered the young doctor and sought to impress upon him the im portance of her wonderful family. "Why, doctor," she said, "we ail came over on the Mayflower, so I know you will not think me bold in asserting that the Roths are really one of the first fam ilies." "Pardon me," replied the young phy sician, "but I have no hesitation in say ing that your family enjoys even a great er distinction." "Oh, doctor," gushed the old woman, giving herself a congratulatory hug on her coming triumph. "Indeed you flat ter us." "Not at all," he replied, "for I know you are the first family." "Who told you that, dear doctor?" "The Bible," lis replied reverently, "for it says tho Lord yvas Roth." Bos ton Budget. Count U'Orsay and Lady Holland. A story going tho rounds is one told of the famous Count d'Orsay. On the oc casion of his first visit to England, while he was very young, very handsome and not easily disconcerted, he chanced to be seated at dinner next to the brilliant and singular Lady Holland. That remarkable and many sided wo man wa3 in, as it happened, one of her imperious humors, and her young neigh bor soon felt its weight. She dropped her napkin. The count picked it up gal lantly'. Then her fan, then her fork, then her glasa, and as often her neighbor stooped and restored the lost article. At last, however, the patience of the youth gave yvay, and on her dropping her nap kin again he turned and called one of the footmen behind him. "Put my plate on the floor," said he. "I will finish my dinner there. It will be so much more convenient to my Lady Holland." Neyv York Times. Grow th of the Human Heart. Dr. Benecko of Marburg has made known his observations on tho growTth of the human heart, the fact appearing that the increase is greatest and most rapid during the first and second years of life, its bulk at tlis end of the second year being exactly double what it origin ally yvas. Between the second and seventh years it is again doubled in size. A slower rate of growth then sets in and continues during the period of maturity of other portions of the body. After the fifteenth year up to the fiftieth the an nual growth of the heart is about .061 of a cubic inch, the increase ceasing about the fiftieth year. Leisure Moments. Iloyal I'in Mo!i-y. The Princess of Wales' long retire ment has enabled her to save much of her pin money JL'IO.OOO a year and bring it up to a comfortable amount. In the past Alexandra has had plenty to do with that allowance, dressing herself most elegantly, her daughters very much less so, and fitting out the lxys. Times have changed, her children have an annual income of :6,000 to divide among them selves, and the princess has lived aloof from London society since the death of her eldest son, thereby incurring but lit tle expense for dress. New York Adver tiser. "Neither is a dictionary a bad book to read," says Emerson in his essay on books. "There is no cant in it, no ex cess of explanation, and it is full of sug gestionthe raw material of possible poems and histories. Nothing is want ing but a little shuffling, sorting, liga ture aud cartilage." German papers give detailed descrip tions of six statues recently unearthed in a crypt under the sacristy of the "Peter Paul Kirch at Lieguitz, in Silesia. The statues, which are all connected with one another, are supposed to represent apos tles, and to date from the twelfth cen tury. Queen Victoria's "Jubilee Book," the volume containing the jubilee speeches and address, is IS inches thick, has leaves 2 by li fW-t and weighs 63 pounds. An advertiser in a New York daily a few days ago offered a reward for the return of two sets of teeth and no ques tions asked. Method is like packing things in a j box; a good packer will get in half as much again as a bad one. Cecil. PHtt DUKMAJM DALLY GLOliJS, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. FLOWER SUPERSTITIONS. Maidens' llaromoters For Divining the Depths of Their Sweethearts Love. It is singular to see bow many mean ingless ceremonies are now practiced by young women ceremonies winch yvera formerly used in earnest as love charm3 or incantations. Most of these ha ve an am atory origin, and in connection with not a few certain flowers are used, presumably as a means of foretelling the future. In Eeveral parts of New England when a young lady expects a visit from her lover she will pluck a marigold, take it in her hand when he arrives and carry it until the end of his visit, when from its fresh or faded condition she will judge of the strength of his affection. A German girl, after having been called on by her lover, yvill put a star flower or dandelion in water and leave it there until his next visit, drawing an omen from its condition, while a Spanish maiden will take a moss rosebud, wear it on her breast, and if it expands to be come a perfect flower the omen is con sidered exceedingly fortunate. A super stition of the same kind is shown by the East Indian maiden who places a poppy in her hair. In England the primrose is used for the same purpose, and in coun try districts of New England the spikes of the rib wort plantain are taken, wrapped in dock leaves, placed beneath a stone, and if the next day feigns of new buds appear the omen is considered happy. In France young ladies desirous of ascertaining the extent of a lover's affec tion take the common daisy and pull off itsleave3 one by one, with the question, "Does he love me? Does he love me little? Does he love me much? Does he love me with all his soul?" Marguerite in "Faust" uses the common blue bottle with similar questions. In England tho ash leaf is sometimes employed to ascer tain the faithfulness of an absent lover, and the Irish maiden learns of her future by putting a shamrock in her shoe, after which she walks abroad, and the first man she meets or one of his name will be her husband. New York Advertiser. Some New York Breakfasts. Nearly every German bakery on Third avenue serves breakfast and luncheon to the furnished room population of the east side. Some serve eggs and cold meats, coffee, tea and chocolate. The majority, hoyvever, provide only coffee, tea, rolls and cakes. Nine out of ten of the customers take coffee and cake. The latter is not the French or Ameri can kind. It consists of four varieties dear to the German palate apple, peach, prune and sugar. The last named is also called cinnamon. It is made of bread dough on the upper sur face of which is spread some butter, sugar and cinnamon. Then it is baked hard. The peach and apple cakes are made of thinly rolled bread dough, surmounted by slices of apples or poaches, as the case may be. When a little buiter and sugar have been placed betweep the slices, the baker has approached as near perfection as possible. The dough of the prune cake is made like the other and covered thickly with mashed stewed prunes. In the best bakeries a slice of any cf these cakes from four to five inches square is sold for 5 cents. A good cup of coffee or tea with milk and sugar costs the same. Those who like light and sweet breakfasts can thus be satisfied for 10 cents. Probably 5.000 east siders eat such breakfasts in the bakeries every morning. New York Sun. The Origin of Starching. The courso of history carries us back no further than the year 15G1 for the origin of starching in Loudon. It was in that year that Mistress Van der Plasse came with her husband from Flanders to the English metropolis "for their greater safety," and there professed her self a starcher. The best housewives of the time were not long in discovering the excellent whiteness of the "Dutch linen," as it yvas called, and Mistress Plasse soon had plenty of good paying clients. Some of these began to send her ruffs of lawn to starch, yvhich she did so excellently well that it became a saying that if any one sent her a ruff made of a spider's v:eb she would be able to starch it. So greatly dil her reputation grow that fashionable dames went to her to learn the art and mystery of starching, for yvhich they gladly paid a premium of 4. or 5, aud for the se cret of seething starch they paid gladly a farther sum of 20 shillings' New York World. A Hairsplitting i:ihop. It is recorded of a certain hair split ting English bishop, who was accus tomed to compose his charges" in the train, and whose di :-k was alw ays placed opposite to him, that he invariably treat ed it as though it were a liviiig vis-a-vis. The train Uing ery full on one occa sion, a would be passenger inquired if this place was taken, and the bishop, with bis sunniest smile, expressed regret that there was no room. "I don't think that was quite right, my lord," said one of his fellow passengers. "What was not right?' inquired his lordship urbane ly. "To say that the place was taken." "Pardon me, I did not say that it was taken; I was particularly careful to use the word 'occupied.'" San Franciscj Argonaut. lie Wan a Senator. Senator Allen of Nebraska is a big, burhy man who looks like a prosperous dealer in iive stock. Shortly after his arrival in Wa-hingtoj he was stopped at the door of the senate chamber by a new doorkeeper, who informed him that no one save senators was allowed on the floor. Mr. Allen smik-d -adly, waved his hand and said: "Very well, sonny, I'm a senator. 1 don't look it, I know, but I am, just the same," and passed into the f sacred precincts. Chicago Ilerall. Her I reference. "How is it yonr littl- Lawy to idet-t.! as s.'c.u a.s y ur fall. Lor;" . r takes -1 vr it's 'causo sne a r.uiKr ui tnat tiian stay awake ani hear him Boau Monde. .Princess Hohenlofie'if Inheritance. j Princess Hohenlohe, the wife of the i governor general of Alsace-Lorraine, in- j hented from her unc:e, a Russian gener-'-. al, estates in Russia yvorth 30,000,000 or j 40,000,000 rubles. Under the Russian law ' j foreign nonresidents cannot hold proper- ty, and -the princess is compelled to sell ; her estates at once. She asked the czar to grant her a little time, as the financial ! stringency, yvhich prtvaiia in Russia as well as in this country, has made real es tate hard to dispose of. The czar, how ever, for political reasons, refuses to grant the extension, and the woman may be able to realize only 15,000,000 or 20, 000,000 rubles from her heritage. YVIy Ambition Is Honored. "Why do we honcr ambition and de spise avarice, while they are both but the desire of possession?" inquired a friend of Richard Brinsley Sheridan. "Because." aiwered he, "the one is I natural, the f.her artificial; the one the sign of mental e.ilrh, the other of men tal dec:ty; '.he .v' appetite, the other disease."' A Si:t:iiLso Ceremony. The reii:ov:!l of the topknot of a Sia mese pvinc". which indicates that he has reached nat.hod. is accompanied by im posing i ei monies which last several days. Tivo prrrnors of all the prov inces aro expected to le nrssent witk gifts. Philadelphia Press. A King: on His Hands. "Is Harkins worrying over thy fact that Miss de Riche jilted him?" "No; but it annoys him exceedingly to think that the ring she gave back yvas purchased at her father's store and paid for, too, by Jove'" Harper's Bazar. Japanese Liver Pellets are small, but preat in their effects ; no griping; 50 doses 25 cents. Sold at W. M. Yearby's. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbank scales No. 5, portable. j Cheap for cash Apply to Wm. Lipscomb, Durham There Is No Discount On Doughty's work. For lio years I have held the lead in fine shoes. You are sure of getting a fit and shoes put up in the latest style of tho art. A first class shop, good work, good stock and strict atten tion to business have been rewarded by a liberal share of patronage, both in new work and repairing, for which accept thanks and an invitation to call early and often. Opposite Morehcad bank. For good clerks, book-keepers, sales men, teachers, mechanics, etc., address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. a.-: 'sici-:, wo a- c l-?r Cantoris. When siia was a Child, she cried f Casiorla. When she bec-ainf 3Iiss, -lm clr.v. to Castoria, WLtsr she had C'hiMren, she gavotbn; Caiorw. o:rci enjoys Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts penlly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels,' cleanser the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and levers and cure3 habilml coiiiiipation. Gvrup of Fig3 is the only remedy of its' kind ever pro duce.!, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cfiecte, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the moai popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist whe may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one wb: wishes to try it. Jj0 not accept an substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. A'fiV YORK. f.'.Y. " If". Lr i. - in---. i- t.- - -. i v. X. - W! f? few Casily, Quicr.t;. rer.TUTsnily Restored. VC'JSNESS, DEGiLITY, fr-l'yjJUly-. a;i:WtrT.f evils t,l-A Ui : -f. tiie l ev.:!: of of wirry.eto Fuii.-trer.gtli, ti'.-ve.. p:.:eiit an i t n f-ivtn io every crban and p'tir.n f tie b.lv. Jr" J r. i p . nat n ral retho !. Imn't-fMaiini proven evx, 2u) retereucei. B,-)k, explanation and proofs nailed isealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. rf11 '-'iti'" '.jfG V'"-P jg hm w " tmtmrrl 3 ny. EXiOJfeJ bv ii!eu Ut I could ik dj iBV work. Tt .-rcirpavrcK Wciit l't 195 It Sfl lb Dei licw tbTfsult of 3 month' ttBt-!Bci. - :n. 21 in. 11 in. oect. 1 1 teel lite a r-w l-np. iili; Viat j ;n- SS i&. 11 in. ad pi3i mrt ll rn. M frwtU ar,Hh . S" in. 4s ia. I !. forrrui. WCl (iKrt.n t?'y to liqajiet with ttir.p taclsved." PATIEMS TREATED BY UA1L. CONFIDENTIAL llirrlf S S4arta( Bttii ccnu la ttASLp. le particaian t U. . I. f. IITSIL BTICKCI'l RUtU CIZIU. tU. IS f ft for Infants " Castoria Is so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription known to me." IL A. Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The U.-56 o 'Castoria is So universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work cf supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not kc?p Castoria within easy reach." C A3 LOS M-UITYS, D. IX, New York City. Tks Centaur OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL 25 CENTS A DOZEN -AT- SAMPLE ROOM. Give Me a Call. 1 14 Church St., Durham, 3M. C. vrinL bk RE-ORGANIZED6? In Y. M. C. A. Hall TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. Special factory and lumber sots. Twenty lesns in book keeping, 6 U0. Book-keeping p:il ils have f eu access to all classes in pen n. unship. Twenty lessons in penmansnip, $2.&0. Hours Hook keeping, day class, 3 to 4 ; niaht c ass, 9 to It); penmanship, day class, 4:;J to WM ; night class, to 9 ; daily except Satur day. Two gold medals will be awarded, one for best improvement in penmanship and odc for best penmanship. T rms One-fourth of tuition payable weekly. Reduction to three or more from one lamily. No deduction for tost time unless caused by protracted sickness. Specimens of penmanship free upon applica tion. Public referred to former pupils in re gard to mv work. Pupils can enter at any time. S,-e circular It. 11. HuLLoWAV, Durham, Oct. l'J. Principal. L k M Printing go., RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHERS OF "00BTEDEEATE S0KAP BOOK," Price by Mail. $1.50. 14 eowitzes souvekte," Pne by Mail, 28 Cts. Crdrs by Mali rolv(i Prompt Attention. J. W. HUTCHINS AT City Market, Stall No. GETS DAILY 1, FBESH CHICAGO MEAT i MY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY REST. GIVE HIM A CALL. LUMBER, LUMBER. I W e are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE. A.nd as cheap as ny dealer. Also we carry in stock all kinds of Pressed Ceiling and Flooring, ShloglcH antj Laths. nie nd see un o;-Ce. next to WrLjht & ii. C. HOWELL A CO., T'xirham. K.C and Children. Castoria cures (V.L-, CoMii.;. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Fruotatl . Kills Worms, gives sleep, I ;. gestion, yvithout injurious medication. -"5 a "For several years I have romnH-r.a.. your ' Castoria,' an.l shall always continue , do so as it has invariably iroJucv.i Vtic; results." " Edwin F. Pardee, 51. pM lwth Street and 7th Ave., New Y. rk ri'- Company, 77 Murray Street, Xe Yens Or? RAILWAY TIME card. Arrives it. & i. it. j:. UavtY Durham. 2 30 am ' a m .. pa Ourhax. t 15 am 7 30 & m U-aveT hurham. M 4u7m 5 :j p a Durham. DeiM)t. toot Corcoran St. Passenger lor Li reeus. Passenger lor Isolds. Express lor GoldsUtro Express for Grecnstoro 2 --J a m 3 33 a m 92iam ii . j a in Arrives Durham. 7 15 p re 4 1") a ra ). & It. it. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Express for Richmond Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass.for Keysv. Ft-arifll'ass.f'm Keys v. Arrives Durham. I. & N'. K. K. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Mail and Exprcw Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger 4 35 pm 8 25 a m "Arrives Durham. 8 00p m" n. & v. li. i:. Depot, toot of Dil lard St. Passenger HOCKS FOi: CI.OSINO IWAILS AT MK IIA.H POSTOFFiCK. Goldsboro and Greensboro exin e.M t:um v 11 South and West at U:0U p. ni. ' " Henderson and Durham It. P. O. tiv.in Xo 38 North and East N. C. and Yu.at !':m) p'tn' Goldsboro and G reenslxiro li. P.O. K tram No. 10 East and South N C, S. C. iiu'l FU at 9:00 a. m. Lynchburg and Durham R. P. O. train No 2 -North and West at 2:2." p. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P. O. W. train No. 9 North. South and t at r;K) p. nr. Keysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. 15 North and West at ii:00 a. ra. Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No 12 Raleigh at 9:00 p. m. Hour of Collection from Street letter JIoacm. General 8:13 a. m., and 3..V) p. m. business Section 7:40 p. m. FHE BEST IN THE WORU BLAGKWELL5 GET THE 6ENUIKI UEWISE WITHOUT THE rrads-Hark of liie Pail on Each Packaja Situated in Ihe immediate Section of Ccut jyihat produces a grade cf Tobacco, that ii texture, flavor nd qi'aiity is not grown els where in the world) and being in position U icmrr.and the choice of all offerings upon Uil market, we spare no pains nor expense to gin xts x THE VERY BEST PROF. JEAN F0LLMAN, lNbTurcron f Music and Um! PKIVATK LKS(iNS Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any oth. r I?atl or'OrcLcstral Instrument. Mufc arranged to ordei for any c.aM nation of in&truuifnte. Private conversational lessons in Frtxci and Gr TTG-'in Young ladies attended at their re re. Satisfaction and ra?:M ncivan err.c;.' anteed studious p'ij KKAM N A : i''- S . . . . k Residence, Liberty Stre-1, riMr!:TTl. N. ' PLASTICO! For nicest and best WALL FINISH ! PLA5TICC Can be had tit J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware ami n'' SK'rC' Sole Atrf-nt for Plastico in hurt. "' Dk. J. J. TIIAXTOX, With flftv vi-ars' ejcrrienei Practitioner, tenders m Service? Y.-pouS 1 iiv I. I'M Vlg I 'ui ham. ! 7 . a in BULL lj SMOKIHG (Sn zona of Durham. His speci-un .... ,n Membranes. tilanl3 and Nerves ui' Iu rrtieularMnlirestion. HroneU" : 8C1 lntipation ar.-J Heu-lache, ' u H t-fir Hereditary Diseases. Home a t I. v dou's. uitieover Jones' Jvwelo IO'; - . p. a hours, 9 o'clock a, in. to m., and lru . to ( p. m.