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THJB DUUHAM DALLY LOJ3E, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4.
ABODTTHBJROSTS ! The Democratic Leaders Seem Slow to Act. The Hank and File of Democracy Want Something Dine. HAS CLEVELAND CHANGED FRONT? Our Washington Correspondent Dlscussen the Tariff" ami the Trusts In an Interesting Manner. Washington, Dec. 2. Special. The supporters of the new tariff bill profess to believe that if it becomes a law it will Lave the effect to suppress the trusts and combinations, for the ex istence of which they claim the protect ive policy is responsible. They do not offer any reasons for this assumption, nor is it apparent what they can say in defense of it. The claim that protection has had anything to do with fostering trusts will not stand in view of the fact that similar combinations exist in free trade England, and it is well known that the most formidable trust ever organized in this country the Standard Oil was not affected in the slightest degree by the tariff policy, but was wholly independent of it. If there is anything in the theory that the protec tion of domestic industries stimulates competition and experience is conclu sive on this point it cannot be favor able tojtrade combinations. The truth is, however, that since trusts exist with both free trade and and protection it is obviously fallacious to assume that either fiscal policy is promotive of them or in any way responsible for their creation or existence. Instead of ex pecting the suppression of industrial combinations by reducing protective duties and thereby offering to competi tors a better chance in the American market, it would be more reasonable to assume that such a policy would have the effct to induce the domestic manu facturers to combine in order to better resist foreign competition. From every point of view it is plain that the pro fessed belief that the new tariff bill, if enactrd into law, will have any effect in the direction of suppressing existing trusts or preventing the formation of others has no substantial basis. The modern system of trade monopoly takes no account of fiscal policies. If the democratic party is relying upon its tariff policy to suppress the trusts instead of enforcing the law against these combinations, it is entirely safe to predict that the relief which it promised to give the people from the exactions cf what IWr. Cleveland characterized as conspir acies ngtiinst the interests of the people will not be realized. It may well be doubted, however, whether the demo cratic party is really very solicitous about suppressing trusts. It has been in control of the executive department of the government nine months, with knowledge of the fact that there is an anti trust law on the federal statute books, the validity of which has been affirmed by the courts. The democratic national platform demanded the rigid enforcement of the laws made to pre vent and control this form of monopoly and Mr. Cleveland in his inaugural ad dress declared that "to the extent that they can be reached and restrained by federal power the general government shoul relieve our citizens from their in terference and exactions." Yet not a single step has been taken by the ad ministration, so far as the public knows, to enforce the law. ix months ago it was reported that action in this direc tion was contemplated, but if such was the case no proof of it has been furnished and in the meantime the trusts have con tinned their exactions and grown more formidable under the toleration accorded them. Undoubtedly the rank and file of the democratic party sincerely desire the suppression of the trusts. It is ques tionable whether the leaders do. MAYOR'S COURT. It I Kttlher Tame for MoiuIjj Morning, Which Ik W1I. The po'ice court this morning wss raiher (iu!i, as the case of P. H. Williams, for ftault, whs continued until Wednes day. Thomas K.. dwell, a sail looking white man, was up for taking more whiskey than he could well navigate with, and the mayor imposed the uual fine, which he appeared to be unable to pay; and if no friend comes to his aid, he will have to work on the street force for a brief sea son. An operation or injections of carbolic acid are extremely dsngerous. Try Jap anese lMe Cure. Positively guaranteed by W. M. Yearby. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the More and Visitors in the City. 3Ir. Lucius Green went to Raleigh to day. Mr. X. M. King, of Baltimore, is in the city. Mr. Thomas D. Turner, of Ililhboro, is here to day. A. Newbaur, Esq , of Cincinnati, is in the city to-day. Mr. John V. Smith returned to the city this morning. Mr. Thomas S. Bowles, of Richmond, is at the Carrolina. Judge R. W. Winston, of Oxford, spent last night in the city. Miss Ruth Kluttz, of Salisbury, is vis iting Miss Mamie Heartt. Mr. J. E. Putney, of Richmond, is reg istered at the Carrolina. Mr. W. L. Holt, of Alamance, passer! through to-day going to Wilmington. Mr. Edgar Cheek came down yesterday and spent Sunday with Durham friends Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Bishop and Mr. Cy rus Gattis left for Wilmington this morn Ing. Miss Kate Hale, of Raleigh, passed through this morning returning from Haw River. Mr. W. II. Branson returned yesterday from Charlotte, where he has been at tending conference. Rev. P. L. Herman, of the Oxford cir cuit, passed through this morning en route for Wilmington. Rev. William Olive and wife, of Apex are visiting Mrs Olive's father, Mr. John W. Carlton, on Rigsbee avenue. Rev. L. S. Massey, of Leesburg, passei through this morning on his way to Wil mington to attend conference. Mrs. L. A.J Atkisson, of Burlington came down yesterday and is spending a few days with her parents in East Dur ham. Klectrlc Bitter. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no stecial mention All who have used hlectnc Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed, hlectric Bitters will cure all dis eases of the liver and kidnevs, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affec tions caused bv impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all maiarial fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaran- teen, or money refunded. Price oO cts. and $1.00 per bottle at K. Blacknall & Son's drug store. Don't be talked into having an opera tion as it may cost you your life. Jap anese Pile Cure is guaranteed to cure you by W. M. i earbj There Is 'o Discount On Doughty's work. For 25 years I have held the lead in fine shoes, l ou are sure of getting a fit and shoes put up in the latest style of the art. A first-class shop, good work, good stock and strict atten lion 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 Morehead bank. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of f airbank scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wm. Lipscomb, Durham. Vlun Baby vras ick, we fa- o hfr Castorla. When ihw was a Child, she cried fur Castoria. When k!i became Miss, ho clun to Castori. When she had Children, she gave Lh m Casturia. For good clerks, book-keepers, sales men, teachers, mechanics, etc., address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. Do You Want a Position As drummer, teacher, clerk, manager, solicitor, book keeper, mechanic, servant, etc.? Address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh. N. C. 'Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil presents a perfect food palatable, easy of assimilation, and an appetizer ; these are everything to those who are losing flesh and strength. The combina tion of pure cod-liver oil, the greatest of all fat pro ducing foods, with Hypo phosphites, provides a re markable agent for Quick Flesh Building in all ail ments that are associated with loss of flesh. Prepared by Roott A Bottb. Cfccaista York. Sot4 by ail driffau. OLD PAPERS 15 Cents a Hundred GLOBE OFFICE. FIRE IN BALTIMORE. The Commercial Center of the City Swept by Flames. Baltimore, Dec. 2. One of the most disastaous conflagrations in the history of this city swept through the commer cirl center to-night, entailing a loss over 1700,000, and throwing out of employ ment over 500 people. It was only the fact the fire broke out after working hours that prevented a VnnHl rlonrpsctnn wKfnInPS9. lOSt IVUlUl 7 , ...- , manhnmi caused bv errors of vouth or latpr pxcpwc nuicklv cured bv Magnetic later excesses qiiCKiy careu uy '"ci t Nervine. Guaranteed by Yi . M. l earby. ONE? ENJOYS ' Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts w,s,2t 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 its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared onlv from the most nealtny and agreeable SUbStanceS, ltS many excellent qualities Commend it in n. nnH hnxrA moHo if fha mod rm1nr rpmnv byrup ot t lgs is for sale m 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug- glStS. Any reliable druggist Who may not have it on hand will Pro- mirA it nrnmrlw on Q wisnes 10 try it. uo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK. N.Y. HOLIDAY GOODS ! A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF Confectioneries and Toys . M. ROSEMOND J MANGUM STREET. FOR SALE! A fine lot of nice Mules and Horses for sale. Also a lot of Wagons and Carts. Enquire of L. L. PAMPLIX, Strayhorn Springs. ;,for,f i ified to practice in Virginia and North Carolina; must be ot good habits and have pleasant and polished ad- dress. Good salary. Write "Physician," box 522, Nor- folk, Va. THE SUN. The firt of American Newspaper, CHAS. A. DANA, Editor. The Ameriean Constitution, the Ameri can Idea, the American Spirit. These rlrt, lat, an J all the time, forever! The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sun-lay Newspaper in the World. Price Zc. a copy, lly mail. Daily, by mail. Daily and unday, by mail. The Weekly, 2 a year a year iMavear Addre THE SIX, New York. L) J-J-TUAi- " im uny years- experience a a General Practitioner, tenders his feniw to the citi zens of Durham, Hi specialties: Mucous -Memi-ranes. (iiuntis una orvc- (foTnuiti in particular!. Indigestion. Bronchitis. Smituia, Constipation ana Headache, Secondary and I Mereuuary uixurt. iiotae at C. M. Hern-1 tulV"m: , - j THE DURHAM Has just received a lot of Al Candies and Wats! A1, fresh an1 strictly fliet-cla?s. They also Hisn m Rr n mm ann mu I ' Havimr a large country trade, th;y generally special inducements to offer in COUNTRY PRODUCE. Especial care is taken in selecting the BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR Their Canned Goods are nice and their Cheese cannot be excelled. -all to pee them. The management is striving to handl - the best goods ana give value received. R. W. BAILEY, Manager. All Good Delivered Free. I UAI.P PRICR i rv i i 1 I Y h a a nnJ I ) 1 h h A n V ft I A ouue dim liiuuuii mx The world'renowned bargain sale is now on at Cole's Racket. Shoes, ribbons and other goods gone down below comparison. Below are hum mers never before offered : Fine $3 shoes only $1.75; line $i 6hoes only fl.25; fine $1.50 shoes only $1; fine $1.25 shoes only 75 cents. Ful line Children's and Misses' fine and schoo shoes half price and less. Pin liibbons, all colors. 1 cent a yard. Full line of Satin and every style Kibbons. tan matcn an snaaes Will offer them at prices to run world wild FulJ ine of lj Misge8, and Cnildren'8 Wool and Cotton Hose extra good and neavy, from 10 cents up. Full Line of Silk Handker- chiefs, bright and attractive. Hoods, Sus I penders and towels at half price and less. Ilea good gilt-edge Note Paper 5 cents a quire and Envelopes to match 5 cents a pack ; 10 cent Tablets for 5 cents ; 35 cent Linen pox Paper only 18 cents; Pins 1 cent a paper; Needles 2 cents, ltush this way to A lot of Rubbers just received, extra good quality, which will be sold at hummer's prices J.L. COLE SCO'S Wholesale and Retail NEW YORK RACKET STORE Underbuyer and Underseller of All. FOR SALE CHEAP! A Square Grand Piano- has been used, carefully, but seven years. It is a Davis & Sons instrument, and will be sold at one-half its real value. For further informa tion call, at once, at this office. NOTICE f On and after December 1, 1893, we will do all business on a cash basis, selling goods at lowest possible cash prices, n i allowing in no case longer than thirty days for settle- ment We feel tmt we can in this way best serve the in- terest of our patrons. W , . . fully appreciate the liberal patronage we have received and shall exeit ourselves to do even more for our custo mers. Durham Supply Co. G. STORjSONIS, Suil No. 9, City Market. I N STOCK : Qann(iQ Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONER V, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables iu Season FrCSb Country Butter and Poultry a apCCialiy. GIVE ME A CALI OYSTERS ox HALF SHELL 25 CENTS A DOZEN AT- R. JIMS SAMPLE ROOM. Give Me a Call. 1 14 Church St., Durham, IT. C. YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY! Holloway'8 Business School will be re-or-jranized Monday, November 27, in Y. M. C. A. hall. Uook-keepinsr, double entry, thorough and practical. 2u lessons f tt, penmanship tree. Pen manship, plain or ornamental, lessons, Tuition payable weekly. Two jrold medals awarded at close of term one for bett jen manship, one lor grua test improvement in eu manshtp. Stationery for &aie at 6chool room. Specimens of penmanship free to all. Hours Hook-keeping, day class, 3 to 4; nitfht cla-s, :30 to 9:'W. Penmanship, day class, 4 to 5; night class. 7:30 to 8:30. Public referred to lormer pupils. For further particulars call and pcj or ad dress It. 11. HOLi.OW Y, Principal. Trinity College The character and public worth of a higher institution of learning is known by what it is and does. During the past fo. ty years 1 rinity College has rendered unstinted public services, having been sustained by private contribu tions and given her efforts to the public wel fare. It stands for progressive ideas and is the representative of advanced thought in public life. The haven of her efforts has quickened every other educational institution within the range of her influence. For 18'J3 4 the following departments are open for instruction after August 31 : 1. Philosophical and Literary (for A. II. can didates) 2. History, Political and Social Science for Ph. II. candidates). 3. Scientific (for II. S. candidates). 4. Technological (for 11. K. candidates). 5. Law School (summer term opens July 14). H. Theological (for ministerial candidates). 7. Commercial Course (preparatory for busi ness pursuits). llesides these there are three special schools with courses oi a more practical professional character: 1. The Normal School for Teachers Ten courses of professional instruction for one vear. 54. School of Journalism Prof. John L. Weber, director. Courses of instruction in hnglish. Civics, Political Science. History, Sociology and daily practical newspaper work required. H. School of Finance, KconomicH and Ad ministration Two years' courses in the biner 6tudies related to public interests. ihe College is proviJed with ample lacilities in the Laboratories, Libraries and Llectric Plant for giving the best instruction in courses offered. The buildings are the finest and best adapted m the state. The Staff of Instructors is chosen for its merit in and devotion to the work of educat ing students. The participation of students in their own government in college win oegiu with the opening of the year, August 31. Rooms muy te secured and interesting infor mation given free by application by mail or in person to JOHN F. CKOWKLL, Presd t, Durham, N. C. I k ntll Printing Go., RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. rUBLIIHERS OF "OOHTEDEEATE SCRAP BOOK," Price by Mail. $1.50. HOWITZER SOUVENIR," Pnc by Ucul. 28 CU . Otttors by Mall fotrm Prompt Attention. J. W. HUTCHINS AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT nr express. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Darbun and other points all k'od o: Lumt-tr. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE, And aa cheap as any dealer. Alto, we carry In Block all kinds or Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, ShJnclea and Lath. Come and see u. OSce, next to WrLjht 1 El Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H -C. HOTTEU A CO Duraaa. K.C Mis, Joe Person's Remedy W1I Care Eciem. ere caseof Loem n ,kV " r7 ue the Wa.h inVn," htrfhlJr ltnl"nt to Wishing that "K,n W,ttl th RW Mhs. lltsv 1 Dl.tr., Will Cnre Sklu KruptUn. xvi!;c. pltt "..Vint,. .V. ll . . Nur' orr 3Iouth. I was ludly afflicted uiihnurM and iu.r.u.,t. - . i Person s horuiM) . 1 t,,und i"t l t' . . strenKthener of tne svtem ' U'"'v ' pt..,i. Jorr-. Xur' sr- Mouth C urrd. I have ued Mrs.J1H pfnv Kems.v , , nurses sore mouth, and wM j,rf"t? t nd can nwmueud u as a g.n", ,V - . Cur., ltli.,,!.,.!!.,,, .,, l,,stl Mr. J. I . Henderxin. v-f iit-i iti ... . riLtit k. i v w .,... ... .. i "''fciM.u win not curVafi? ;t,;: t j; ;';'1'': Indigestion he h.i cMr, ,, '" V r An 0,n-u l ttrr. Mrs. Joe Peion, K.ttn ii ' Jl"" " 1,L Deau Mauam-1 have jV.ur ll.-mr.lv a 'Ionic and Unl Pwniu r .,V unt. 4 'ut lL , pronounce it the U,t ttut 1 u,, , - Z satisfied that it will do all s u t ,tlm ,;r ,tH 1 H. 1. i t vi r x. -stor lUptii t hurvh. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives Durham. Ieiot.loot Corcoran St. luihic. . a m i Passenger tor Orei . s.im Jjam IWeuger tor iioids. :M m to yain j Lpii- lor tiolitro V .c u 5 a m Lxpte lor (irttiifk.u i 5 r j. ta Arrives") ofi c. '"it. 1C. , Lrmct U-rJtiuin LDt'Pot uot Corcoran St. Iurtiic. m Li press for Kuhmond , (lijm 15 p m hi press from Kictunor.d j Ft. and Puss. lor kcjuv. :.iam 4 la a in Ftuind Pass.fui K)v. Arrives i iTTdTSTitrik."'" '". Durham. Depot. fHt Corcornn t. Iurha:. Mail and hxprt-t i ludm 4 33 pm Mail and Litres Freight und Passenger ( .' Su p a 8 25am Freight and Passenger j Arrives- N. A. . It. K. l. a.n Durham. I Depot, toot of Dillard St. ! Dutiiam. 8 00 p m Passenger . in a m UOL'ltS FOIt t'LOSlNU MAILS AT 1)1 p. ham rosTorrici-.. Goldslro anl (Jreenfloro exiirt'M train No. 11 South and West Ht p. iu. iienuerfon ami liurtmtn u. r. ). train Su. 38 N'ortli and Liit N. C Mnd Va. ut ti. m (ioldstniro ami (Jreens'ooro It. P. K. I ruin No. lu East and South N. C.. . C. ana i at .:tlU a. in. Lynchburg and Durham K. P.O. train No. 2-North and W'eet at 2:'S p. iu. OoldstMjro and dreenlMiro H. P. O. W. tmin No. if North. South and West at p. tn. Keysvilie and ItaleiKh H. P. t. train No. 1 North ami West at i:UUa. (JoldslMjm and tireenlioro eiprewa train No 13 Italeigh at i:UU p. :n. Hourn of Collection from Mrrct letter line. 3encral 8:lr) a. m , and .'..VJ p. m. Uusine fck'ctiun 7:40 p. tn. TOE BEST IN THE WOitu- BLAGKWELL5 BULL 51I0KI1IS fOBAGGO. AOXE UCM'IXR WITHOUT TIIK rrade-Hark of the Pall on Each Pacini Situated in the immtdiate Section of toun u y that produces a grade of Tobacco, that if texture, flavor and quality is not grown c lifr -here in the world, and being in position U :omm2nd the choice cf all offerings upon tab Tiarket. wa spare no pains nor eipenst to g he vada THE VERY BEST. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, issTitrcroB or .HusiciiiidLiiipiiffi! l'KI VATK I.KHSONS 0 Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, CUrfr.tt. Flute, Cornel or any other Ur ! or OrcLeslrhl Innrtixr-cnt. Mu.!c arracd to ordti lr c nati'.n of irmtrumen:-. Private ron-.n.n!ona: ! ' 1 nr.,! German- Votinir Iviie a:!: anteei t'.u-ilous ptif i' 7, Residence. Liberty .-irl. trar s !lnrhn. N. G. PLASTIC0 I For nice! as i ! WALL Can U ; i t WOMBLE'S General Hardee a.l Stove I. the undersigned, do certif- m at the age of tnrw m nuT ll C'Ur U breaking out orskuT . niwion l T lUi DURHAM GET THE IENUII1 FINISH