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THE DUJBHAM DALLY GLOltE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4.
Both the method and results "when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts pently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. 5yrup 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 tn 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 and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. I)o not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. YOUR FUTURE 1 IS IN TOUR OWN HAND. Palmistry assume? to tell what the lines in yoni hand indicate. It will amuse you, if nothing more. The above diagram ahnont explains itself. The length of the LINE OF LIFE indicate probable, ae;e to which you will live. Each BRACELET f:ivea you thirty years. Well-marked LINE OK IE AD denotes brain power ; clear LINE OF FORTUNE, fame or riches. Both combined mean success in life; bnt you mu?t keep up with modern Ideas to win it. You will find plenty of these in leraore-t"s Family Magazine, so attractively pre sented that every member of the family is enter tained. It is a dozen magazines in one. A CLEAR LINE OF II E ART bespeaks tenderness; a straight LINE OF FATE, peaceful life; the reverse if crooked. A well-defined LINE OF HEALTH spares yon doctors' bills ; bo will the health hints in Deniorest's. No other magazine publishes so many stories to interest the home circle. You will be subject to extremes of high spirits or despond ency if you have the GIRDLE OF VENUS well marked; keep up your spirits by having Demorest's Magazine to read. By subscribing to it for 1894 you will receive a gnllery of exquisite works of art of great value, besides the superb premium picture. 17x-ii inches, " I'm a Daisy!" which is almost a real baby, and equal to the original oil painting which cost $300; and you will have a magazine that cannot be equaled by any in the world for its beautiful illustrations an I subject matter, that will keep f ou posted on all the topics of the day, and all the ads, and different items of interest about the household, besides furnishing interesting reading matter, both grave and gay, for the whole family ; and while Demorest's is not a fashion magazine, Its fashion pages are perfect, and you get with it, free of cost, all the patterns you wi-h to use during the year, and in any size you choose. Send in your subscription at once, only $2 00, and you will really ;et over J'i5.00 in value. Address the pub. lisher, W. Jennings Demorest, 15 East 14ih St., New York. If you are unacquainted with the Magazine, send for a specimen copv. A large QUA D It ANGLE means honestv ; a larw TRIANGLE, generosity; lonr FIRST DIVISION OF THUMB, ptronc will ; LONG SECOND DIVISION, reason ing faculty. The MOUNT OF JUPITER betokens ambition ; that of SATURN, prudence : the SUN, love of splendor: MARS, courage; MOON, imagina tion ; VENUS, love of pleasure ; and MERCURY, intelligence. Take our advice as above and you w ill be s-ue to possess the bet and most vaJuable quality. - - 1894. HARPER'S BAZAR. LLUSTRATED. llAitrKit's Bazar is a journal for the home. It id vis the fullest and latest information alout l"a$hions; and its numerous illustrations, Paris designs, and pattern-sheet supplemeats arc indispensable alike to the home dress maker and the professi nal modiste. No ex pense is spared to make its artistic attractive ness of the highest order. Its bright stories, amusing comedies, and thoughtful essays sat isfy all tastes, and its last page is famous as a budget of wit and humor. In its weekly issues everything is included which is of interest to women. The Aerials for lSi4 will be written by William Hfack and Walter Besant. Short stories will be written by Mary h. Wilkins, Maiia Loui&e Tool. Ruth MeEnery Stuart, Marion Harland, and others. Out-door Sports and In-door Games, Social Entertainment, Embroidery, and other interesting topics will receive constant attention. A new series is promised of "Coffee and Repartee." HARPER'S PERIODICALS Per Year : HARPER'S MAGAZINE, HARPER'S WEEKLY, HAPiiKRS BAZAR, HARPER'S YUUNG PEOPLE. $4.00 4.00 4.00 2.10 Postage Free to all subscribers in the United States. Canada and Mexico. The Volumes of the Bazar legin with the first Number tor January ot each year. When no time is mentioned, euot-criptious will begin with the Number current at the time of receipt of order. Ik thre sent by of e.ie ceed one ume Cloth Cus s for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt of tl.OU each. Remittances should be made by Postoffico Money order of Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment w ithout the express order of Harper & Brothers. Address: Harper Sc Brothers. New York SnS I Moo uind Volumes of Harper's Bazar for .i i i on rim-lr in nnst ninth hindintr will lw mail, postage paid, or by express, free use (provided the freight docs not ex- dollar per volume), lor $7.00 per vol- ENAMELING THE BATHTUB. An Ingenious and Simple Method of 3fak ing an OKI Zinc Tub Dainty. The bathtub from which age and con stant use have worn away the bright ness is the despair of the model house wife, who wishes to have everything about her home show traces of care on the part of herself and her domestics. How distressed she is when, after sev eral ineffectual attempts to burnish up the metal lining, the dull, worn look re mains, and the unwelcome truth bursts upon her that its "polishing days" are over and there must in the future hover about the tub the air of dinginess and neglect! To avoid this sort of trouble an in genious idea is on the wing, which will as time advances gain in favor. Who does not admire the porcelain tubs in which fortune's pampered proteges take their daily dip? To those but lightly en dowed with worldly goods the posses sion of one of these luxurious fancies looks to be an utter impossibility. But there is a means by which the mother and her brood may secure a tub, which, if it is not quite up to the mark in point of quality, is certainly as daintily at tractive in appearance as that of porce laiu. the enameled bathtub. When the zinc ot tin lining grows shabby, give it a coat of white paint. After this has dried apply several thicknesses of white enamel, waiting for each application to dry before adding the next. In this way a thick enamel coating is laid upon the metal, giving it the appearance when completed of porcelain. The enameled lined tub is not only very much daintier in appearance, but can be kept in order more easily than zinc or tin, a damp cloth wiped across the surface being all that is needed to retain the purity of coloring. As company for a tub furnished up in the foregoing manner treat in the same way the woodwork of the bathroom. Some faint hued enamel, pale blue, old pink, violet, gray, cream or lemon, laid upon the woodwork completes the deco rative notion, while aesthetic conceptions in pumpkin yellow, sage green or russet brown contrast admirably with the snowy lining of the tub. Golden Days. The Wind Scraped the Mast Clean. Captain Hurlbut of the British bark,' Bowman B. Law considers himself for tunate in coming out of a terrible ty phoon in the China seas, not without a scratch, but without the loss of any of his crew or even of a spar or sail. This is his experience as he related it: "We left Sourabaya, Java, bound for the Columbia river. All went well for the first week. The men put in their time well about the ship, and one par ticular job that was attended to was painting the mizzentopmast. This was wood, the other masts and topmasts being iron. I noticed that the paint on the spar blistered more or less under the tropical sun. "One fine afternoon, under a clear sky, the storm came on us. There was hardly any warning. The tjphoon shot out of the gulf of Siain as though it came from a cannon. What in the dis tance was a ripple on the surface of the sea, as it approached us became a feath ery, foam dashed mass of waves, and the next instant the hurricane struck us. All sail was stowed away, and we tore ahead under bare poles at locomotive speed. When the fury of the typhoon abated, we found everything intact. The mizzentopmast, however, was bare of paint. The wind had blown the blisters off, and nothing remained but the un covered wood.'" Portland Oregonian. Tattooed Royalty. The Grand Duke Alexis' right arm is adorned with a dragon which covers it almost entirely from the wrist to the elbow. The new Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha is tattooed much the same way, while the Duke of York has a couple of crossed flags upon his forearm. King George of Greece, his second son and his nephew, the czarowitz, are each of them tattooed. Besides these there are among the tattooed princes Queen Marguerite of Italy's brother, the Duke of Genoa, Archduke Stephen of Austria and Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of Emperor William. Princess Waldemar of Denmark, wife of the sailor son of KinJ Christian, has a beautiful anchor and a cjown tattooed on her arm, halfway between her shoulder and her elbow, and which of course is conspicuous whenever she wears a low dress. Her husband likewise has naval emblems tattooed on his arm, and so, too, has King Oscar of Sweden, who served for many years in the navy before ascending the throne. His sons have followed his example. Boston Herald. Decidedly Unconventional. Mrs. Angeline Allen is at it again. Mrs. Allen is the young woman who nearly threw Founder Bradley of Asbury Park into fits last summer by appearing on the beach in a bathing suit, in which material was ver) scanty. She is now riding around Newark, N. J., on a bi cycle, wearing a pair of tight fitting cor duroy breeches, patent leather shoes, a zouave jacket, a man's shirt, and possi bly some other clothes not visible to the general public. The natives watch for her with bated breath, and her appear ance is the signal for a rush to all the front windows along the street. New ark (X. J.) Correspondent. Germs In Milk. Those fortunate people who have "their own cow' have an extra care laid upon them by their possession. Their milk cans must be kept in an absolutely per fect condition. They should be washed, scalded and wiped perfectly dry after using. Then they must be set out in the sun for 12 hours, or it that is impossible, put before the fire. Just before they are used again they should be washed, scalded and dried again. There is nothing in which germs develop so rapidly as in milk, and extra care is necessary to make sure that the utensils contain no germs. New York Wnrl.l. RAISE A RACKET Start the New Year Eight And to do this spend jour money where you can get the most goods for the smallest expenditure. THE racket grocery, 'PHONE NO. 23, Claim3 that it can fill the above advice to the letter t.f the law. W. K. T B. is our motto, and we carry a full and complete line of HEAYY and FAJVCY GROCERIES, Hay Grain and Feed Stuff, also Plaiu and Fanr.y Table and G';ass Ware, Snuff, Tobacco, Florida Cigars and Duke's Cigarettes Para gon Oil Cans furnished free to customers in the city limits. All Goods Sold Wholesale or Retail Lov Down for Cash ! Granulated Sugar worth to-day S4 34 per hundred pounds by the bar rel. Come to see us and save money. A hint to the wise sufficient. Your Friend, W. H. PHOCTOR. w We Hoc li 1 Many families want a cause they wish to pay cash, must be spent to get a good While wTe have fine instruments at these and higher prices, the wants of those desiring something good at a modest price have also had careful attention. We offer a handsome and reliable Upright Piano, of good tone, fully warranted for five years, and include a stool and scarf, for $250 cash. When buyers are not prepared to pay the whole amount in cash, favorable terms can be ar ranged for the balance. DARNELL s THOMAS, PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS, DURHAM, IS. O. y age dentine (HOME CUBE). (FOB DISEASE). ( WIT nO VT MEDICINE.) Sure. 76 t, tAt Ar POMONA HILL NURSERIES, POMONA, N. C. OVER A MILLION FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, SHADE TREES, ORNAMENTAL TEES, ROSES, SHRUBS, ETC. Send for Catalogue ADDKE$, J. VAN LINDLEY, POMONA, N. C. The Blue Ridge Inn, MT. AIPY, N. C, Is supplied with the famous White Sulphur Water ! FOR THE GUESTS. Sixty-room building, neatly finished and well ventilated. FOR RATES APPLY TO S. W. WESTBROOK, PKOPKIETOB- Simple Safe Say A i Pi Piano but defer buying be and think that $400 or $500 Piano y j jyt ayt Jp y y y -V V jE3P" ' Cure3 when all else fails." Testimony of Mr. W. G. BOYD, NEW BERN , N. C. 14 1 began the use of the Electropoise in Sep tember last, discarded medicine entirely, and am now much improved in health. Am under last ing obligations for the good it has done me." WRITE US. We send all information and testi monials FREE. ATLANTIC! FT.EfiTROPOISE CO.. 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The col ors opportunity for many is here. .Money to be made rapidly and honorably by any iodastrintig peron cf either sex. All age. Yoo cant to th- work and live at home, wherever yon are. Even be innTir urn e&ilv earning from o to AtO rer day. Yoo isii do a well if yoa wi!l work, not too hard, hot industri ously ; and yon cn increase yonr income as yon (ron. Yoa can n't ve spare time onlv. or 11 your time to the work. Easy to le.rn. Capital cot requi.ed. We start von. All i com I aravivelv new nd really wonderful. Ve instruct and show you how. free. Failure unknown among onr work ers. So room to explain he e. Write snd learn all free), r-v return mnil. L'nwise to delay. Adiress at once. 12. llallett 4k Co.. iiox SO. Portland. Mulne. u r ib.. II dnetioB ot 153 lbs., and I feel to macb betttr that I would sot takt ,1 ,000 sad pat hack where I u. I am botk mrpriaeti aad on of the cfcaarc I recemroead voor tovatmcnt to ail sufferers from obesity. 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U FURNITURE I We have moved into the building formerly occupied by the Durham Furniture company, oppositeJTotel Car olina, where we have a complete stock of Fine and Medium Furniture! C01TSISTI3STG- OIF1 i Bun, j Mattresses Also opening daily Holiday CONSISTING OF Combination Cases, Ladies' Desks, Rattan Rockers, Sideboards, Children's Chairs, PARLOR SUITS, PIANO. BANQUET AND LIBRARY LAMPS, BABY CARRIAGES, CHILDREN'S WAGONS. COME AND LEADER The cheapest chair Hoyall & igSend for Catalogue. in CI, and Safes. a Beautiful Line of Goods ! SEE OUR ROCKER ever sold in Durham. Borden Lllllll v s