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THE DUKHAJH DALLY GLO.BE, 8AT0RDAY, JANUARY 20.
B"m mm, .a. m JUST HOW MAN WILL FLY iOT BY FLAPPING ARTIFICIAL WINGS, BUT BY SOARING. OIVI5 ENJOYS Both the method and results Trhen Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and act3 peiUly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys 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 Oe Will Succeed Yet, Says an LnTectl gator, and II U Voyaging Will Be on the Aeroplane Principle Australia Haj Come Near to SolrlDg the Problem. Man will yet learn how to fly. Pro fessor Langley, secretary of the Smith sonian institution, so declared in an ad dress delivered before the National ! Academy of Sciences. Thi3 ought to IN A SOCIAL WAY. The Washington News say: of Mr. Trinity College The character and public worth of a higher institution ot learrlng is Known oy wnat it is and does. Dunim the past to. ty years innity College has rendered unstinted public services. having beeu sustained Dy private conint'U tions and given her efforts to the public wel iare. It stands for prorressive ideas and is the representative of advanced thought in public life. Ihe leaven of her efforts has quickened evet y other educational institution within the range of her influence. For ls5 4 toe following departments are oien for Instruction after August 31 : 1. Pbiicsopb.eal and uiterry (for A. B. candidates) History. Pol:tk-a' -:nd tkciai tkdencei(for j P.- . It candidates). 1 Q REDUCTION 3. S .ii.i.nfic itnr H. r-Andidares). trivet mimli n-r 4- U; I .T O h n fnrnV .r, A' a roxant i-BAAntinn ftlctn 4. X . U O-jlO iCU.1 HOT B I . caUuidatCS). fe, wcuw w ticia o - j 5. LW -hoo! (summer term or ens July 14). wno nope tnat nianjana will some day ,a lua cuy: ".airs, juun Jioreueaa, oi i 6. theological (ior .nuisteriai euudia-tes. secure domain in the element of birds, North Carolina, who is spending the neV&nui arat01 for busl in?f as it hao n1r.1v Inna v.tV. v.a I season at thp Shnrpham bdH brilliant Besides these there are three special schools J rv i v vith prdirflAfl r o mi.ru nrn'fu-M r! The at- evolution of submarine boats and diving I reception yesterday afternoon gear, in that of fishes. The distinguish ed scientist referred to expressed confi dence that the contrivance of the future for aerial navigation would be on the kite principle. The air possesses elements of buoy ancy which have not been recognized ceptable to the stomach, Tvrornnt in hitherto. There is no truth in the popu its action and truly beneficial in its I lar conception that a body heavier than enects, 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 i3 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. Io not accept anv substitute. the atmosphere cannot be suspended in that medium without motion. A kite of sticks and paper is much heavier than I of the navy, the secretary of the interior, the fluid which it displaces, but it issus- Judge Hoke, of North Carolina, Senator uunea aiort ion can nnci an example Ransom and Senator Gibson. mucn more siriKing, nowever, in the eagle or the frigate bird, which, though Governor Flower and other prominent an animal of considerable weight, re- New Yorkers, with the well known Bur mains poised in the sky upon extended jesses Corps, of Albany, as an escort. with courses o. a more practiiail professional character: 1. ihe Normal School for Teachers Ten courses jf proiessioral instruction ior ore vear. '4. School of Journalism-Prof. John L. Weber, uir-'ctor Tourses of instruction in bnglish. Civics, Political science. History, .Sociology ana daily practical newspaper work reuuired. 3. school of i'lnaiire, Kcouoinics aiii Ad minitratiod Two years' courses in tbe hijfner studies related to public iuterests. t he Coilege is provi ed with ample iacilitics in the Lalforatoi ies. Libraries and bleetne PJant for giving the best instruction in courses i offered. I i ' I 11 J: .1 .1 . n nny4 . r- A n .x.iAjLi luusb pitscui rtii vvniaij 'in the tate Tbe Staff of Instructors is chosen for its merit in and devotion to tbe work of edu at- inr students. The participation of students in th ir own government in college will begin with tbe opening of the year, August 61. Koominiuy oe secured and inte resting infor- mation gi . en f i ee bj applicaii'.-u by mail or in nerson to JUH.N r . Cltuvv V.L.L.. rresa t. Durham. N. C. tractive suite of parlors presided oyer by th's charming lady proved to be a gen eral rendezvous for those prominent in society and particularly the delegation from the south. The pleasant meeting of mutual friends nnder the very favor able circumstances promoted such a per sistent buzz of conversation as is seldom heard in Washington drawing room3 MAGE RES CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. HW YORK. N. Y. SOLID Through Trains -FKOM- CBICASO, ST. LOUIS UN TO Kansas City, St. Josenh, DENVEK, ST, PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. pinions motionless for hours together, so that a telescope may be trained on it. Thousands of feet above the earth it is sustained without movement of a feath er, though in a rarefied atmosphere. This is possible because the suspended fowl has an instinctive knowledge of the way in which to utilize the air currents for its support. When man has learned how this can be done he will be able to fly. The most advanced investigators in this subject reject the balloon and all other such lifting devices as impracti will spend February 2 in Raleigh, as the iruest of Governor Oarr and ihe chamber of commerce They will be on their way 'o the Mardi Gras on a special train. A citizens' meeting has been held to ar range for the reception and enter tainment of these distinguished guests. The Burgesses Corps is one of the oldest military organizations in the country, md so in a social way the event will be the most important of its kind since the 1 TLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY A. P. TiiOM, RECEIVER. Schedule in effect October 10, 1893. Pullman Palace Sleeping Carsl Reclining Chair Cars! Free on;t- One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE BEST LINE FOR USTeTorsLSikia,, Colorado, THE BLACK 11 ILLS, AND A 1.1, TOINT8 NORTH a WEST. A. C. DAWES, O. I. T. A., St. Louis. Mo II. R. TODD, (I en. Agent, Nashville. Tenn. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles nnd Laths Come- and see ub. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barbershop. Main street. H. C. UOWELL & CO., Durham. N.O. 1S94. HARPER'S BAZAR. ILLUSTRATED. cable; a gas lighter than air can never I vls f tIlc Fifth Maryland Regiment to be safely confined within a receptacle I the capital two year9 ago. Governor that is not weighty, and the same objec tion applies to a vacuum. Ballooning today is about where it was when it was first invented, and in the nature of things it never get much further. Aluminum is light for a metal, but it is several times too heavy to be successfully utilized for such purposes. Pray, what has become of those alumi num trains of cars that were to be run through the air from Chicago to New York at sixty minutes the trip? LESSONS PKOM BIRDS. There is a school of flying machine in ventors who may be designated as the "flappers," inasmuch as their idea is to sustain their contrivances by the flap ping of birdlike wings. But they doubt less forget that the best flyers among birds do not support themselves by flap ping. Un the contrary, they only resort Carr will give a reception at the execu tive mansion. The social event of the week in Ral eigh wa9 the marriage of Lieutenant Wil liam Shipp to Miss Margaret Busbee. The nuptials were solemnized at Christ church last Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. Lieutenant and Mrs. Shipp are visiting in Charlotte. Among those who assisted Mrs. Hoke Smith in her reception in Washington last Thursday were Mrs Senator Vance, Miss Bessie Henderson, daughter of Con gressman Henderson; and Miss Belle Bag'ey. grand-daughter of the late Gov ernor Worth. In Winston musical circles the mid EAST-BOUND. Daily. Lv Danville, Milton, Cunningham. D nniston Junction. IJutt'alo ..'u action, Clarksville, Jettiess. Boydton, Lawrenceville, HellieJd, Franklin, Suffolk, Ar Portsmouth, Norfolk, WE HAVE DECIDED TO GO OUT OP THE Sewing Machine Business, No. 1. b .-ai a m 9 ' a m THEREFORE WE OFFER A LOT OF NEW LATEST IK- 11 ii') iii. a PROVED ll 25 a m ll 45 a m lOTpm 1 5 p m 320 pm CONNECTIONS. At Be! field with Atlantic Coas Richmond, Petersburg, Goldsboro. Wilming ton, etc. At Jeifress with Richmond and uanvine Railroaa for Chase City, Oxford, Henderson, Durham, Raleigh, etc. At Portsmouth with the w. i f. ana in. Railway, (Cpe i h-irles Route.) and Bay Line Steamers for Old Joint Comfort, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and all points Nor. h. With Norfolk and Virginia Beach Railroad to the Princess Anno and Ocean Shore Park Hotels. l he A & D. Rail w ay company's steamer City of Chester effects pro.iipt transfer of pas sengers and baggage between Portsmouth and Norfolk. WEST-EOCXD. 405 pm 1 O t Line for V. V mi iT JYX0QJ COST to that performance when it is necessary I winter concert of the Salem female acad- ror a start. I emy is the thing of the season. The con The eagle, if launching himself from certs held Wednesday and Thursday w ere level ground, is obliged to take quite a run first; then, flapping his wings with a violent muscular effort which he couh' not keep up for long, he gains a sufH cient altitude to render it possible for him to strike along the plane of an air current which holds him up. Floating with librating pinions from one air current to another, he is lifted, with an occasional broad sweep of his powerful wings, to the upper aerial re gions, where he simply floats, opposing to each movement of the suspended ether the gentle force necessary to main tain him in his stationary position. These principles which the eagle a- are sam pnes for purposes of flight are perfectly understood in the theory of mechanics. It is only necessary to adapt them with suitable apparatus in order to give to up to the standard aud were enjoyed by large audiences. Daily. No. 1. Lv Norlol k, 35 a m Portsmouth, 9 50 a m Suffolk, 19 38 am Franklin, 11 22 am Beltield, 12 40 pm A r Lawrenceville, lo2pm Boydton, 2 51 p m Jeffreys. aiOpm Claiksville, 8 21pm Denniston, 4 25- p m Cunningnam, 4 47 pm Milton, 5 13 pin Danville, 5 45 pin G. AI. HUGHES, Manager, Portsmouth. Va. 3 o.WHerfesterHBl 1 wo L,lv;s Saved. Mrs. Phwbe fhoinas, of junction City, 111., was told bv her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no iiopt for her, but two bottles ot Dr. King s 2sew Discovery completely cured her aud she savs it saved her life. Mr. Thomas hggers, loU Fhrid: street, San Francisco, suffered from a dread ml cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's .New Discovery and in two weeks was cured, lie is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these at 11:50 a. m. daily. pies, that prove the wonderful efficacy agouti ErS' bu? Schedule in EitVct April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. LEAVE nriKHAM. N. C. 3:11 p. m. Daily for Lynchburg and Way Stations. Arrive Lynchburg 7:55 p. rn. - All trains. Durham Diision, arrive and depart from Union fetation Lynchburg. 'l rains arrive at Durham from Lynchburg ot this medicine in coughs and colds, free I arrives Durham 5:15 p. m trial bottles at K. Blacknall & Son's drug aay veen Durham Durham 6:30 a. m.: Daily except Sun- store. Kegular size 50c. and $1 human beings like powers. True, the bird is lighter in proportion to its size than is man; its bones are hollow and filled with warm air from the lungs. 835 in Seven Weeks. Durham, N. C, Dec. 22, '93. Received from J. W. Beasley, treasurer southern fc?ick and Accident Benefit Asso ciation of Norfolk, Va , thirty-five dollars WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston-Salem 1:50 p. m. daib: ar rive at Koanoke 7:00 p. m. MAIN LINE WEST BOUND. LEAVE LY.VCHBCKO-DAILY. 5:30 p. m., for Roanoke, Radford, Pulaski, But the difference in this respect is m ful1 of claim for seven weeks sickness. Bristol and all points south, via E. T. v. & o., vf r n,nfj , FRANCIS High R., also for Lluefield, Ohio Extension. llfi a,te.n..a?? i ma.y ea31,y Mr. E. T. Lea is the awnt and wIU Sve KXJJtJ:S Hakit.u's Bazak is a journal for the home. It gives the fullest and latest information alout Fashions; and its numerous illustrations, Paris designs, and pattern-sheet supplements are indisiensable alike to the home dress maker aud the professional modiste. No ex pense is spared to make its artistic attractive ness of the highest order. Its bright stories, amusiiig coined its, and thoughttul essays sat isiy all tastes, and its last page is fatuous as a budget ot wit and humor. In its weekly issues evt rjtlnog is included which is of iuterest to women. The ceriuis for IA'4 will Ik? written by William Black and Walter Besaut. hort stories. iwilt be written by Mar VS'ilkius, Maria Lou be Pool. Ruth AlcEncry Stuart, Marion liai land, and others. Out-dior Siorts and In-door Games, Social Entertainment, Embroidery, and other interesting topics will receive constant attention. A new series is promised ot "Cotlee and Reiartee." HARPER'S PERIODICALS Per Vear : HARPER'S MAGAZINE, HaKPER'S W EEKLY, HAI'n ER"S BAZAR. UAtfi'ER'S YOUNG PEOPLE. $4.00 1. VO 4.UU 2. UU Postage Free to all sulcribers in the United States., Canada aud Mexico. The Volumes of the Bazar lie-in with the first N umber lor January ot each year. When no tnie is mentioned, mu script ions will In. gin wit lit he- Numtx-r current at the time ot receipt of order. Bound Volumes of Harpek's Bazar f three j tars back, in neat cloth bindinn, wih In: sent b mail, postage paid, or by express, tree of e . terse (provided the freight does not ex ceed uut. dollar per volume), lor $7.U0 per vol ume. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for biudintr. will be sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt oi ?1.U) each. Remittances should be made by Postoffice Money i tier of Draft, to avoid chance of loss. N wp.ipers are not to copy this advertise- BROTHKRUt express oraer OI j flying machine of the future thus far at- Iddr Harpw k Brotheri, New Totlc ' tmed. Washington Star. not compensated for by bigger wings. Pow er to flap them is not what is required, inasmuch as the start can be made from a height; what is wanted is the knowl edge which inherited experience "in stinct" has given the fowl as to how to adapt the angles of the wings to the air currents. A PRACTICABLE MACHINE. This is precisely what Professor Lang ley has been experimenting with. What he is attempting is to produce a machine adapted to flotation upon the air cur rents like a kite. You can And a very simple illustration of the principle he is working on in the trick uone with play ing cards by the prestidigitator Herr mann, who throws them from the stage into the highest gallery of the biggest theater in the United States, distributing them one after another among the "gods" of that select circle. How does he do it? Simply by skillfully utilizing the air currents. The scrap of pastboard is heavier than the atmosphere, but, ju diciously projected, it mounts to a great height and distance with very lit tle force. It would stay up, too, even if thrown outdoors, supposing that it pos sessed the intelligence necessary to ac commodate its surface to the winds. What can be done in this way may be accomplished on a larger scale. Lest this proposition be disputed it will be sufficient to refer to a flying machine patented in Australia. It weighs alto gether nineteen pounds, and its back bone is a long copper cylinder two inches in diameter, tilled with compressed air. The compressed air supplies power for a small engine weighing ten pounds, at the rear end of the cylinder, which works a fan propeller. To tbe backbone on either side is at tached a great wing of light material, so that the whole apparatus resembles a big butterfly with two fans for a tail. This contrivance has been made to fly horizontally SCO feet Of course it is only a beginning, but all the same here is the nearest approach to the practicable all information. Call on him. Serious Railway Accident. Milk train in collision ; no milkman turns up; disappointed house keepers; coffee &4c I Columbus. Parlor Car to Roanoke. Pullman bleeper Roanoke to -Memphis via Knokville ana Chattanooga .:'o a. m. for Koanoke, Radford. Pulaski. Bristol : also for Blueheld. Pocahontas. Elk- horn and stations Clinch Valley Division ; also for Louisville and stations L. & N. R. R. via isorton. Pullman bleeper Lynchburgto Louis ville via Norton. Connects at Roanoke 7:35 a m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. without cream. A petty annoyance re suiting from a neglect to keep the Gail Pullman sleeper Roanoke to a8hville, Mem Borden Eagle Brand Condensed Milk in the house Order now for future gencies from grocer or druggist. exi- phis and New Orleans. Dining Car attached. zuio p. m.. daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations. Has no connections beyond Roanoke YV anted. Rich and poor, to know they can borrow from $10 to 5 000, re turnable $1.00 per month for each $100. W ill loan on farms, pecond mortgages and personal securities in city orcountry. Send 2 cent addressed stamped envelope for particulars, or call on E. S. Mitchell, Aent, Richmond, Va. Pimples, blackheads, moles, freckles, tan and sunburn removed by Johnson's Oriental Soap. .Medicinal. Sold by V . 31. l ear by. YV J. Drop, druggist. Springfield, Mass., writes: "Japanese IMe Lure has cured ladv 7 years atllicied ; could not walk half mile in last 3 years; now walks any distance." Sold by W. M. Yearby. EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILY. 9:15 a. m. for Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk arrives Petersburg at 1:25 p. m. connect ing with Richmond and Petersburg railroad. rmving in Richmond at 2:15 p. m. Arrive Norfolk 6:J0 p. m. ll:ou p. m. Arrive Petersburg 4:15 a. m. connecting with R. & P. It. R. daily; arrive Richmond .:4 a. m.: arrive Norfolk 7:0U a. m. Pullman Palace Sireper to Norfolk. A iso Pullman Palace bleener betwc'en Lynchburg and Richmond. Ihiscar will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. tor reception ct passengers. ":; p. m.lor Kichmond. Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norfolk 9:30 p. m. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. B. BEVILL. G. P. & T. Agent. Roanoke. Va. A.flTlf l' rip T.Avn qi r r rv.-rT?i uhut IN GAGE! By virtue . f the powers conferred uoon m- in two mortgage deeds from P. Gooch and wife, which arc registered in Durham county !n book IS on page .'17. and in book 21 on naare 214, 1 wilt roll ior cash at public auction at tbe court house door in Dirham. N. C. at 12 Six Drawer, Four Drawer, Three Drawer. $35.00 32.00 30.00 The Regular cash price of these Machines was $50, $45 and $40. MACHINES FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK AND WALNUT Keep it in the house and it will save you many an anxious moment during the ?';;CKiin-,oa ,lrdy' VfbILuary 3' lm lhe 1. , . . following tract ot land in Durham county, ylz: changes of reason and weather; we refer tract in Durham tovnsnip. adjoining the Cough Svrup, tbe best lands ot J. c. Angler, v a II .111 io ur uun s remedy for cough and cold. Wbfn ras vk, we her Osmrlii When ene w.is u Child, pfce cried for Costoria. When she tecame iliss, ah clung to Canton a. When Ehe had ChLkiren, siij gave thm CWcoria. CHEAP GOAL ! ickers. 8r and others, and bounded as follows : Beginning on M. A. Angier't line, thence east 23 chains and k7 links 10 a stake on F. M. Proetor'a line, thence south 19 chains and to links to a stake, W. 1). Vkken, rs. corner, thence west a chains and ti links to a stake, W. D. Vickers corner on PicKett's line, thence N. 5 E. 2j chains and 4s links to the first station, con taining 50 acres, more or less ; and also that tract of land in Pattersou township, adjoining the lands of A. M Rigsbee, II. 11. Markbam and others, containing one hundred and eighteen acre, more or les. and being the land upoo which said S. P. Gooch now reside. Thia day of January, lsirt. W. D. VICKERS. JR. Fuller 4 Fuller. Attorneys for Mortgagee. IAS. K. Tl'UNEK, I have a iot of the lest grades of Stove and Grate Coal that 1 will sell at a low price. Also i!rv Slnw ami Kir--r.l jcp Wm.l Itmiinil V'ln U.'Iice and yard at my old stand near electric surrououin? counties. Ail buslnejia entruued light house. Gle me a call. I to my caie will receive prompt and careful at- A. A. HOLDIB. 'tention. UAce with Major Guthrie. QUA TORNBY-A7-LAW, DURHAM. N. C. Win practice in the courts of Durham and A i i If you cannot come write to us for Catalogue. Hoyall & Sopden Opposite Hotel Carrolina.