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THE DURHAM GLOBE.
A M I It ICO K OF DAILY LIFE. The Daily Globk is issued every evening in the week except Sunday and the Bulacnp tion price is fix dollars a year, shorter sub scription being charged for in propomuu. is delivered by carriers to any part of the city. The Weekly Globe (12 pages, is the largest paper in the state and is sent to its subscribers n whlr vear for one dollar in the coin of the r,.aim. It is nrinted each Wednesday night. .-. Tj.iiMirwr rhurch Street. Tplnihnnf; No. 75. The Daily Globe is on sale in Durham at Berry's news stand, the Hotel Carrolina ana Gattis' book store. It will be found for sale on news stands in other towns. The Globe receives each day the special news service of the Eastern Associated Press over the wires oi the Postal Telegraph Com pany. The editor is responsible for every unsigned article that appears in its columns. Anonymous letters invariably la'l into the wa.-te basket. The Globe is always glad to see its friends in the office on Church street. .JOHN WII.HKR J KM KINS, - - Editor. W. II. WILLARD, Jit., Iiuiii-H Manager. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham. N. C as mail matter of the second class. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894 This Date In History Aug. 4, 12fi5 Simon de Mont fort, earl of I-icester ami called the "Cromwell of the eighteentl-. century," was killed in the battle of Eve sham. 17M -Isaac Hayne, American patriot, wut hanged at Charleston; born 1745. 1&18 Lovell Harris jii Kous;-cau, distinguished Union general, born in Lincoln county, Ky. died 1HW. Ih23-Oliver Perry Morton, famous r,s war gov ernor of Indiana, was born in Wayn. county, Ind.. died l.-77. lWi2-Count d'Orsay, famous man of fashion died at Paris. 1K5 liana Christian Andersen, Danish au thor, died at Copenhagen; born In.-.". 177 Field Marshal Charles Fred -rick vor. .Steinmetz. distinguished Prussian wneral, died at Landeck, Sile.-ia; born 17WI. 1KS6 Samuel Jones Tilden, statesman, died i-.t Greystone, N. V.; born 112. 1W -Dreadful destruction by floods in China. laW liordeu tragedy at Fall Ri'-er. .Vats. U ATTKlfSON ON THE SENATE. The most brillant editor the South possesses is Henry Watterson, of the Louisville Courier Journal. In some respects he is ever beyond Henry Grady, and excels all that have come before him. Listen to his picture of the Senate: "The Senate has written its own doom It might have been forgiven the impo tence of the extra session ; it cannot be forgiven the insolence it now displays. The people have as little share in its favor as they had in its election It is tainted with scandal, honey combed with lobbery, beset by evil rumors. The , i ticker clicks under the toga Legisla- j tion is shaped by the stock jobber, The lobbyist is given ear while the people go J nnhP.nl Thn vpniirt nf tu bniit :Q 1 Uouted, while protected monopolies are asked their will The people have no part or lot in such a babel of selfish in terests.'j OI.l MAN, SIT DOWN. In the recent populist state convention a well meaning delegate from the east was speaking to the convention and tan gling things like an eel with a fish line. The convention was getting a little un easy wneu a level headed delegate arose j from the Moor and extending his hand said in a friendly yet authoratative way : Sit down, old man." The cry was ta ken up by the convention and the old man subsided. When a certain prominent candidate arises in the realm of the pen and gels to tangling himself up in the lines and mak ing all his friends uneasy, oue wishes some would say: "Sit down, old man. ( ld man, sit down." SMITH HAS SPOKEN. Senator Smith, of Mosquitoville, New Jersey, announces to a waiting world that he will not accept the Wilson bill. With the official announcement of S:nith in his baud the Sheriff in the High Cliair trembles in fear and disappoint ment. Uponteceipt of the news the House quickly adjourns out of respect to the memory of the deceased A heavy bla.i; b.r.!cr is lovim'K- - - n j framed around th bill by its affectionate father. Great bitter tciri f.i',1 on the page M C's walk around with solum tread Smith ha spoken the bill is dead WE AUK DESOLATE. Some months ago a gentleman from England who was touring the country and incidentally introducing to a suffer ing public a panacea for human ills, came near involving the United States and England in international complications He was addressing the multitude at Monroe w hen some of the natives, doubt less thinking to honor him, donated a lot of assorted hen fruit to the lecturer and administered the same in broken doses.' He complained Of the "Outrage"' to the juaie chollet on Trying: to Slake Some English counsel, and so the ball iolled. j thing Out of Nothing. . .i.l It is to be hoped that we shall soon pass Whether the treaty between the -0:lcyon(lthcstageof reading and attempt countries arranged for the exchange of ing to follow directions how to convert a , , shabby parlov for such advice is usually hen fruit of a certain quality or wneiner , Int?n(jed for Durban and country resi- auch exchange was altogether prohibited, ; dents into a beautiful and artistic one by , means of some old barrels, a scant mcas has not been stated, and it need not here , f denil wjme tUrkev red cotton and be difecuseed, for the doctor washed off the decayed egg and war was averted. Tint The doctor has departed The hen fruit that once knew him, shall know him no more. It is with a tinge of sadness that we read in the Charlotte News : Dr. A Slater, proprietor of the noted Mvers street rnera house, owner and operator of the immense medicine labor atory which manufactured the famous "Australian Rheumatism Cure," and the plaintiff in the case which will require either war or an international conference to settle with Uncle Sam for allowing a few of his mischievous sons at Monroe to throw rotten eggs on one of Auld Ilengland's boys, has gone from the Queen City. He is gone for good, too He meant to leave when he started and meant it so much that he did not tel many people of his intentions. When his business collapsed, the debris wa3 so destructive that he saved only his wife, himself aad his clock, a well known furnitnre house of the city getting all, or neaily all, of his household effects. Dr Slater did not skip by the light of the moon, for the moon was not shining that night. But he is gone just the same, and some will mourn because he did not call in a business way to see them before he left. . 811 1 PS THAT PASS. Schooners that pass in the night And clink each other in passing, ' )nly a pop and a fizz And a gurgling sound in the darkness So on the ocean of beer They pass and clink one ano her; Only a pop and a fizz. Then darkness again and a gurgle. Judge Jacob Battle, of Nash, is the only judge of the superior court renomi nated bv the democrats thus far. The old judges are being rapidly removed from the judiciary, whether or not parli y.aury is being eliminated. . The constitution of the United States provides for three distinct branches of the government the executive, the leg islative, the judicial. Some Washington folks would do well to examine this doc ument. In the death of Prof. Edward Graham Dave?, North Carolina loses an honored son who in his adopted state still remem bred his mother commonwealth and held for her the highest esteem aud re artl it ja refreshing to read in the News Observer-Chronicle that "Littleton is almost a unit for Ransom." So many Pces put up ciphers in this direction The Georgia democratic state conven ou endorsed Cleveland and declared for the free coinage of silver. That makes the thing about a draw. Breckenridge announces to a Kentucky aulience "that he" has been living ia hell for ten years." He must feel at home in Kentucky. The most harmless and innocent chil dren in the world are on senatorial in vestigating committees. From the tone of the Washington d . . a - "j patches one infers that Senator Chandler is not a Coal Baron. If China has any more war ships to dispose of Japan wants to be given a chance. Will some brilliant genius now start a movement for the free coinage of coal? Senator Chandler is superintending . the coal gas works in the upper house. It is proper for the Little Children of the House to obey the Great Father We may expect to see something smutty in the coal investigation. The Chinese transports are not "Ships That Pass in the Night." It takes a crank to move the wheels in some persons' heads -Murder at Sanford. X e w s -') I se r e r- C h r u i c 1 e . Sankokh, N C , August : A murder was committed in our usually quiet town last night about 1) o'clock, the parties to the tragedy being E igar Hart, white, age l;j years, and Theodore Mclver, age 12, colored. While encaged in a diffi culty in front of C. P. Watson's store, the white boy, Hart, was stabbed to death by the negro. The knife used was handed the young murderer by Alex Randolph, colored, age 12. Young Hait was stabbed in three places, one over the left eye, on the left arm and just above the heart, the latter wound caus ing almost instant death. There were four eye-witnesses to the tragedy and the murderer and accessory were at once apprehended, and after a preliminary hearing before J. W. Scott, Jr., mayor, were sent to Carthage jail for safe keep ing. Court convenes on the 14th inst when they will be tried. The murdered bjy was buried at Biffalo cemetery this veiling. MISLEADING FOLLY. unlimited straw and tacks. Securely pro iected by the insulating medium of the press, the household writer revels in de scriptions of this costloss luxury. Even when she preserves a fairly decent front in directions for the remodeling of the down stairs region, once among the bed rooms she flings all restraints to the wind and surfeits herself on castoff fruit tins, dry goods cases, soap boxes and pink glazed cambric at 4 cents per yard. Out of theso materials she creates, on paper, furniture for an exquisite sleeping apartment, which needs only the addition of a burlap rug or two and some advertisement pictures framed in julep straws to be artistically complete. It would be interesting to know on psychical grounds if the person who is guilty of promulating such mis WALL POCKET. leading folly sleeps well o' nights. In poetical justice she should bo tormented by a perpetual nightmare in which she attempts to follow her own advice. The hay padded box that she declares so per feet a substitute for the usual couch with springs and hair cushions should bo her only resting place, and she should bo com pel led to continually regard her favorito article of bric-a-brac a pickle bottle- adorned with gilt paper and scrap pictures When a housekeeper has artistic yearnings and no means of gratifying them, she is in just the position to bo led astray by fallacious directions for making something out of nothing, but "nothing comes of nothing" and worse than nothing from the something which consists of a scant allowance of colored cambric and unlimit ed decorative ambition. The whitewashed walls and baro floor of a convent cell are more artistic and therefore more pleasing to the eyo than cheap frippery, for there is no pretense about them and therefore no failure. If only $1 or $3 can be afford ed for refitting a room, let it be spent on fresh paint for the woodwork or the fur niture or a pair of good muslin curtains, which will be a real addition to the at tractiveness of the apartment. A sketch is given of a wall pocket mado of white or ecru linen and embroidered in cross stitch, with red and blue crewels. A set of flannel leaves is added at the bot tom to hold needles and pins. Each pocket is bound with braid across the top before being sewed to tho back, and the entiro article is similarly bound around tho edge. JUDIC ClIOLLET. MORAL HUMBUGS. Cheap and Showy Goodness Worn to Give a False Impression. Fortunately moral Immbug is going out of style that is, it is not so universal as it once was. By moral humbug is meant not saintly airs assumed to cover sonio grave delinquency, but the cheap, showy goodness that is put on to give the im pression of unusual general virtue, such virtuo as was the pride of Mr. Anstey's "Good Little Girl." We can every one of us, no doubt, by reflecting, recall on the one hand a person of this description a3 full of excellent sentiments as the brother of Charles Surface, who loses no oppor tunity of making goody-goody obscrva- MO IKE AND TAFFETA COSTUME. tion?, pointing a moral or adorning a tel?, while in practical matters calling for the exercise of common honor and unselfish friendship she is not to be counted on for a moment. On the other hand, wo can re menilior equally well someUxly who makes no loud or persistent professions, but who leads a truly conscientious life without blazoning it to the world, to whom moral obligations are so much a part of her being that she thinks of speaking of them no oftener than she speaks of breathing, and who in time of trouble is a city of refuge and a rock of defense. This seems and is out.-ide of the depth of fashion, which is a pretty ripple that plays on the surface of life, but as this part of the paper is fur wtunon a little ranging beyond the in :.. .liate subject may be al lowed now ain't then, especially If it is made up fur by the appearance of an at tractive picture. In the sketch given the ower skirt and the vest are of rose colored moire and tho rest of the trown of hazel brown taffeta. The bolero and collar are embroidered with bteel and gold beads. w. m w The Magic Touch or Hood's Sarsapariiia You smile at the idea. But if you are a sufferer from Dyspepsia And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be fore you have taken half a dozen doses, you will involuntarily think, and no doubt exclaim, That Just Hits It!" " mat acotning effect is a magic touch!" Hood's Sarsapariiia gently tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs, invigorates the liyer, creates a natural, healthy desire for food, gives refreshing sleep, and In short, raises the health tone of the entire system. Keaaember flood's Sarsa pariiia Cures Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation, lilioua ness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion That the most successful busi ness men are the strongest believers in Life Insurance ? That they are, is attested by the following letter from a well known business man who held a Tontine Policy in the Equitable Life I'OWKLL & SNIDER, Staple and Fancy i:oceriks, tiKAIN" ASt h IJII K, Am; i-vij.i.k. N. f, Jan. 18, 1S94. Mn. W. J. IIoijdky, Rock Hill, S. C. JK. :iS:i:: I liuvc accrptoil tlie r.ish value of my F Tontine I'o'.icy i;i the "Kuuitable." wliich matured Jan. 3d, :A. I desire to say that I am very weil pleased with the results, as an e tdenc-e of which I have applied for more assurance on same plan. Respectfully, W. F. SNIDER. If 3ou are interested send your age and let us give you figures on a Tontine Policy. Address W. J. RODDEY, Manager, Department of Carolinas, Rock Hill, 5. C. Globe With a complete Photograph ing, EDgravin arid Stereotyp ing outfit, is ready for work in commercial and newspaper illustration. Prices are much lower than northern firms, and illustrations can be furnished at an hour's notice. Holman Building, Church street, just off Main, Durham, N. C. THE Eitoa I BuTfistt Mm Cigss, Italtiu ore, Mil , and Washington, D. C, Are prepared to give their student the ben? tit of Oihc-e, Hank, and Count in (j House prac tice in all their details. In? and eitensive exierience has er- fected facilities for the highest development of Successful business Men and Intelligent Citizens. Weekly lectures on Commercial Law, Cur rent Events and Important Questions of the day. Shorthand and Typewriting courses unex celled. Day school open the entire year. For further particulars call on or address, A. H. EATON". Baltimore and Charles Sts., Baltimore, Md., Or L. H. DFRLIXvJ, 1-th and F Sts., Washington, D. C. f Why Is It? y If rrBmfMMnRM.;V(..u.M,M.D. u u Atlanta, Ga. Office lw;4Vr.Madi Sb My Grandfathers Clock Had a painful and pecu liar history. I have often wanted to assure the family who watched it ustop short, never to go again," that when Repair Clocks And watches they won't need watching. They will be right all the time. Call and examine my stock. Main street, Durham, N. C. M. H. Jones, The Jeweler. B El RRY'S AND GET SOME OF THOSE CANTALEUPS Raised by Him. You Can Get Them Every Day, Freth from the Patch. j p D.W.WHITAKER Known to the people of Durham for twenty years as a leader in printing of all kinds, will, on Monday next, resume charge of the WHITAKBR PRINTING OFFICE The ollice will be enlarged and improved by additions of Modern Types and Materials, Aad will be prepared for any work in the printing line. Mr. Whitaker will have per sonal charge of the oJhce, and patrons may be assured that the work will be first-class. The office will remain at the present stand on Main street. SALEM Female Academy. The Ninetv-Tbird Annual Session begins September 4, 1891. Register for hist year M't. Sneeial features: The development of Health. Charaeterand Intellect. Ituildings thoroughly remodelled. Fully equipped Preparatory, Col legiate and Post Graduate Departments, be sides first-class schools in Music, Art, ian gunges, Commercial and Industrial Studies. J. 11. Ul..t.v frinciftai. Salem, N. C. NORFOLK COLLEGE FOR YOUNO LAIJIFS Largest and best-equipped College in East ern v lrginia. :$.0 STl'DKNTS. 23 TEACHERS. Healthful Sea Breeze. Near Old Point Com fort. Beautiful Home, f9U,0O0 Buildints. Steam Heat, Gas, etc. Music, Art. Elocution, Stenography. High est Course of Study in the state, expenses ery Low. bend lor Catalogue. 1'uplls wishing to pay own expenses, write J. A. I. CASSEDY, B. S., Principal, Norfolk, Va. n I ARK PENNYROYAL PILLS rthe celebrated Female Regulator are perfectly afe and always reliable. Fur ail Irregularities, painful Menstrua tions, Suppression, etc , they never fail to afford a speedy and certain relit f. NO EXPERIMENT, but a scfentillc and positive relief, adopted only after years of experience, ah oraers suppueo aireci irora our office, irice per package, i.w, or eix packages for 5.00, by mail postiaid. EV EH V PACKAGE OlARANTEEU. Particulars (sealed) 4c. All CorresiKjndence strictly Con fidential. PARK REMEDY CO., Boston, Mas?. HALF PRICE SHOE, RIBBON anfl LACE SALE Town Going Red on Low Prices The Bottom Will Rock Out Now. It is an every day question, how can you sell Tl so much cheaper than otners can buy, even in New York ; do yoa mean to give away your goola? The answer is. give one half and sell the other. We now have an entire new stock of Shoes, and our customers say they are the best Shoes on earth for so little money. If you want a fctylish Scarf or Tie, Co'.e'a is th pl&ze. We buy and sell for cah and y u all know I can undersell the world at large. Join the grand rush to J. L. COLE & CO., Wholesale and Retail NEW YORK RACKET STORE, Underbuyer and Underseller of All. FINANCIAL ltice that the un.leisitK-a i ' 1 tri . nea acconiiiiK to law tu the , ' lv.. lastwiManj testament of the la,. u'"t nerv fowler, anl all .i-sous Lu K said efetate are requested to iU lki ,' M 'i pay men. and all persons having v l'r'v said osiate ncust present the sam "i m,-' designed for ptyment on or UMWo th. .,x-'--of June lsv5 or this notice will i,..,, -;!'Ut IV bar of their recovery. This the 2l i;U , V :a im. Executor t Mrs. MinervaMS Q1UTI0N All pe re oris are c iUtioned ing Telephone Instruments requiring for their operation, or usin mst r.m,... . rT lit I f American Hell Telephone Conij anv , I1 j 111 itrt no 1 . . ltiU, granted to Erailo Ilerlincr. ,,;, 4 1891, lor a combined telegraph ami t , , V and controls letters patent No 4:1 - -to Thomas A. Edison. May 3, lv.- 'f,,rj ing telegraph, which patents c.,v. r n . ' mental inventions and embrace a:i f'.pT4 rmer"hone transmitters ami of carton . '! phones. n DM I N I ST It A TO hVS NOTICE 1 Having this day qualified as admiiwr.. of the estate of Luther 11. Tiilev. lvfaif'i Hereby notify all persons indebted t., ,a, . 1 aate to make immediate p.yment tu tn. V all persons having claims against mm ,-t to present them to me duly veritu d un ,,r " fore the 19th day of June, lr, ur ;tr.; ' will be plead in bar thereof. This June h u. J. L. CAlUUNii lnN ' Administratir. M OKTGAGE SALR By virtue of authority contained in u m, gage deed executed to the undcrsint'.i u- i " fred Duunegan and Charity I inmkran Vi wile, of thefrtateol North Can (iinaurnlri.i'.r... of Durham, I will oiler for sale t: the l,ut,t bidder at the court house door in burlnta, August , 1H!M, at 'i O i lo. k M., all that lot of land lying and being in burtu- I'nnntl- Vtdtnnf V,rlt.l' li.... ..I. ands of the Shepherd heiis and others h", containing one acre, xu" re or less. Fur a fu' cr description of the same see iKx.k Nu. mortgages, pages 143 and 144 in 1 1n reci.t'r f.j deeds' olfice at Durham, N C. This Juu lfeiM. P. P. O'UKIANT, Muit-u,',,. CiiAiti.ES E. Turner, Attorney. pitUSTEE'S NOTICE Green Bros. & Co., having executed to a, 1 deed of trust for the benefit of their cmlit notice is hereby given to all persons iinlt tt to said tirm to come forward and settle at i.iu and to persons having claims against sai.l trz to tile verified statements of their account;; the office of the Clerk of the Superior Cou'r of Durham eounty, as required bv chapter 4V section ti, Acts This July 13. 1.m. FRED. A. Git KEN, Tni-ttr. TOWN PROPERTY -L TION ! FOR SALE AT Air Under the powers conferred in a inurt deed from M. A. Angierand wife to .) a im-s c. Hart, duly assigned 10 me, I will otter lor sa. at public auction for cash at the court huust door in Durham, at li o'clock in., un the Kit day of August, 1M4, all the land coiivcye.1 said mortgage (which is registered in Bo k U. page 1), to-wit: 1. A lot on Pine street in Dur ham, containing 7S-10J of an acre, ad joining j. M. Stephens and others. 2. The one thirl in terest in the storehouse and lot on corner 0: Main and Church streets in Durham, known. "Johrson's Drug Store Corner " July R :n W. V. Fl'LLKK, Assignee of Mortgagee. See My Samples! WANAMAKER & BROWN Are the leading tailors of the country. Tt! season they have the handsomest lahrics yri presented. Their spring suits are now in season. You can get tine tailor-made goods 1 rum that house at the sij me price as the shoddy, !vj ready-made. . t. 1 -. A. T A. II .... 1 . L .. .. 1 am ineir iigeui. IjVL me cuu ano mi'j i sam nlea. S. H. PEACE. YARBOROUQH H0US2 "The Old Reliable," RALEIGH, N. C. L. T. BROWN, Proprietor The Cuisine is excellent and the location un excelled. "The Old Reliable" was never Iftttr kept. And the Yarborough is where j"-! ' who know, stop. & R. R .WK3rfolkiWesternll.il Schedule in Effect May 20,1894. Leave Durham 7:0(1 a. m. dailv.t'Ha.m. except Sunday for Lynchburg anl l"':'"? Hons. Arrive Lyncnourg U:.ja raaii'i -" m. at Union Station. Leave Lynelit ur? Durham 2:15 p. in. daily, and H:'M a. m.di;.)"' f.rit HuriHiatr from f'niiri ituiriri WEST-BOUND LEAVE LTNCHUl'iUj IMILT. 5:15 a. m For Roanoke, Radfor-l. V-'.v't and Pocahontas. Also for Rocky MouM ail stations on Winston-Salem di i-iMn. nects at Roanoke at 7:10 a. ra. with w tt.-tii:.-; and Chattanooga Limited fjr all .oint and West. Pullman Roanoke to Meid'i:" New Orleans. DiningCai attachel. 2::i5 p. m.-The Chicago Ex ores- lor Blueheld, Pocahontas, Kenova. CtWurn' Chicago. Pullncan Buffett Sleei-er It w " I Columbus without change. Connect- at r-f, ford lor Bristol, Knoxville, Chattdii":; intermediate points. Pullman S-eiT ford to Chattanooga. , ,.A Trains arrive at Lynchburg uai. irj- West, 1:10 a. m.. 1:45 p. m. EAST-BOUND LEA VE LYNCH Bt'HG. 2:10 p. m Daily, for Farrnvilh-. Hi Petersburg and Norfo k, arrive- ' T at 6:05 p.m.. connecting with Iticfi ri- K Petereburg Railroad daily, arm in at .00 p. m.; arrive Norfcdk :-i) p- 1:25 a. m. Arrive Petersburg & V - necting with R. ic P. R. R. dailv; ani.-. . mouil :27 a. m.; arrive Norfolk :H-V-man Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. v,,.; Also Pullman Palace Sleeper Lynchburg and Richmond. ,f Ibis car will Ik? ready at i.j ncui u- - p. m. tor reception of passengers. , - I rumu arrif u t I n. It I ! 1 r is II. II.) East 5 a. m., 2:15 p. m. . i . . J 1 1 . . V ill uviliu'P DURHAM DIVI ION. Leave Lynchburg (Union Statist- datlv. and t:J a. m. daily except Durham and intermediate suit.'!---Lynchburg from Durham 11:45 a. m V. m. WINSTON-SALEM DIVIaloN- U-ave Roanoke daily 12:10 p. ra. f -r ;v-: Salem acd iiitermediate btations. NORTH CAROLINA DIVJ.-I"-V I-ave Pulaski a. rn. aany f ; . . i ...... ...i f for Betty Baker, and 11:00 a. ra. J , . Sunday for Ivanhoe and W uu Gossan. CLINCH VALLEY DIVIMU- f Leave Bluetteld daily T:W a. m. f r;;V J Ixmisville and all poinw on L. a. Norton. , . . .,, m',r For tickets, time cards and all f call on or write K. M. Graham. Lur. Norfolk and Western railroad. u W. B. Kt'Sfc O P. A.. li(L M. F. BRAGG. T. P. A.. Roau"k ' J- D R. J. J. TUAXTOJi, With fifty years' exrerlence a- ..r " vr. . i. .. ... !( ij f ractllioner, lenaeru uis m i . - sens of Durham, ins bi-v-"- n..irtlfnl-,ir f m 1 i irf-Kt ion. Brolici.'- T . .1 1 1 1 . I , - ) f r . i If..mA. ML V. iereiirjr uioeawn. , rorf- 7. don's. Otbceover Jones'Jcwclr) jp. hours. o'clock a. m. to 12 m- ari i LEGAL AND JUDIC ClIOU.LT. to 4 p. xn.l