Newspaper Page Text
or tiik Til mill The tax louks for have been placed in my hands for collection of all taxes which are now due. Prompt payment of same will save ymi money. W. A. WILLIAMS, Town Tax Collector. AlMolMfcterrlR. 13 Schedule in Effect May 20,1894. Leave Durham 7:C0 a. m. daily, i:j0 a. rn. daily except Sunday lor Lyi.ehburK and lin-al ta tion. Arrive hvmliouiv 11:45a ru and .5:.5. p. in. at Union Mation. Leave LynchhurK lor Durham ':4 J. in. daily, and t:'0 a. in. daily ex cejit Sunday, troin I'nioii Mation. VT lOl I l.VAVK I,YSCIIUC!iO DAILY. ir- 15 a. in.-For Roanoke, Had l ord, Mluefield and l'ocahontas. A, so lor llocky Mountaud all hlations on W inston Salem division. Lon nectti at Koanoke at 7:10 a. m. with W axhinjiton ami Chattanooga Limited lor all points south and Wei-t. Pullman Koanoke to Memphis and .New Orleans, lulling Car attached. UN15 v. in, - The Chicago Kxpress for Koanoke, Kluetiel.i, Pocahontas, Kenova, Columbus and Chicago, Pullman Kullett sleeper Koanoke to Coiuinl.us without change. Connects at Kad tord lor Kri.-tol, Knoxville, Ch ittanooga and intermediate points. Pullman Sleeper Kad lord to Chattanooja. Trains arrive at Lynchburg daily irom the West, 1:10 a. in., 1:15 p. m. E A ST- U( ) CM I K A V E I. Y N C M BU KG . " lup m Daily, for l'armville, Kichncond, Petersburg and JNorto.k, -rnves PetersbuiK at ti:0T . in., connecting with Kichmond am leteil.uiK Uailroad daily, arriving Kichmond at 7.00 p. in.; arrive Norlolk :-"0 p. in. l-ar,M m. -Arrive Petersburg o:;0 a. m. con necting with K. Jc P. K. K- daily; ariive Kieh mo:il a. m.; arrive Norfolk :i(J a.m. Pull man Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Kichmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. tor reception ol passengers. Trains arrive at Lynchburg daily lrom the JSast 5 a. m., :1" p. in. DU1U1AM DIVISION. Leave Lynchburg (Union Station) 2:t5 p. m., latly, ana ti:.'0 a. m daily except Sunday, lor Durham and intermediate stations; arrive Lynchburg from Durham 11:45 a. m. and p. m. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leave Koanoke daily 12:10 p. in. for Winston Salem and intermediate stations. NOKT11 CAROLINA DIVISION. Leave Pulaski 7:55 a. in. daily except Sunday for Hetty Raker, and ll:ti0 a. m. daiiy except Sunday ior lvanhoe and 5:00 p. m. daily lo (Jossan. CLINCH VALLEY DIVISION.. Leave Hlueneld daily 7:IK) a. m. for Norton, Louisville and all points on L. V N. K. R. via Fm-Tlckets. time cards and all information call on or write K. M. (irahain, Durham, agent Norfolk and Western railroad. V . H. HE ILL. O P. A.. Roanoke. Va. M. F. HUAOO. T. P. A.. Roanoke. Va. S. A. L. Hetween Durham and Henderson, Ports mouth Richmond, Washington. Kaltimore, Philadelphia and New York, and all points North; and Raleigh, Monroe, Athens, Atlanta and all' points South and West. Daily Ex. Sunday. I N. Hound. S. Hound. No 41. Durham, Henderson, Lv 10 40 a m! Ar 4 10 p m Ar 1J 40 p in: Lv 2 10 p m Ar p m! Lv YZ ;'. p in A- 47 p m! Lv 1- i p m Ar : : j in! Lv 11 00 a m Ar : 10 p mi Lv 1- 04 p m Kittrell, Franklinton, Louisburg, Wake, Warren Plain". A r 1 .H.v Littleton, Ar )i ". p in' Lv P 40 m Weldon, r 3 oU piu'Lv 1151 a in Hoykins. ,r 3 5 4 p in Lv lo 5S a m Franklin, Ar 4 3.' pmLv M 30 a m Sulfolk, Ar 5njiu i.v 1' 54 a in Portsmouth, Ar 5 45 pm Lv 0 15 a in Nortolk, r tUMpmLv 5'UO a in Petersburg i A. C. L. Ar 5 5t" pmjLv 10 05 a m Kichmond " .r ti lo p in Lv 0 15 a m Washington P R R1 r 11 10 p mLv 4 ;W a in Haltunore. " Ar 1,' 4S a m Lv 'J .50 a m Philadelphia. " r ,i 45 a in Lv 12 0 j m New York. ' Ar 0 5: a in Lv WHO pin j No 131. I No 127. New York, i 11 00 a m 5 uf p in Baltimore. ! 3 31 pin 4 54 p in Washington. j 4 52 p m 3 4n p m Richmond, i . wi n mi 11 5 a in Nortolk, s 20 pm 120? p in Henderson. 12 54 a in 7 3 a in Raleigh, 2 05 a in t ;0 a m Monroe, : 2 1 0 a in Athens. 1 37 p in ) 12 p m Atlanta, j ;;i p m 5 05 p m Nos. 127 and bit Solid Pullman Vestibule Trains bet ween Washington and Atlanta. Trams 3- and 1 have through sleepers be tween Weldon and New York. No ;w Mia kes i lose connection at Portsmouth with Hay Line tor K.iltimorc; ld Dominion steamer t.u- Nt-w York ecry ilay in tie-wt ek except Fmlav. ith Merifia' t and Miners Line tor lloton and l'roxidcnce every day in the week except Tuesdays and I hutday. and Norti.lkand U asii:ntoti S. It. Company daily tor Wahinuton. Nt ! makes cio-c connection ut Durham wit h t r.i in 1 1 om tin-wot on lv. ,V I), railroad No. 41 makes cio.se connection at Durham wiih Irani oinr west on R A D. rai real. b'i- turtiier mtor nation in rer:iril tu con nections. rv. app'v to R. I. Cheathuni. agent, Durham. N. C. JOHN H WINDER, it nera- Manager. T. J. ANDERSON. G. P. A. wood's riiosrnoDiNii The Great English llcmcdy. PrornrtlT nad nfrmmfnt cures oil f orinsof AVrtxjMj Life, rka. lmiKteneu andali effects ffAtv.?orJ--rcr3jK!. lecn prrscrlbod over 35 rears in thousands rr cases; s the o?.ly JUUtfl k a nd iun- fst Xcciiiine tnotrtx. Ask Urucelsr. for Wood's Pnts- Eefere and Afi'r- rnoiixr; if he offers some V s J'-r worthless nuHlIoInP inril. of this, leave his dishonest ftore. Inclose price In letter, and we will scad ly return mail, l'rlce.one package, fl; 6 lx. fo. ine trill ylram-, rir irtiicvre. Pamphlet in plain sealed envelope, -j stamps. .Address THE WOOD IIEM ICA I. CO., S lol Woodward u venue. Detrult. Jlich. k B'gMBRS- VIOLA STARR'S" 4l4P 1 SS'GOLDEN CAPSULES' jm::lM& Are Safe and Always lU liable; Unor Oiau Tansy or Pennyroyal P.I'j and fUlsinnlar medicines. Uneseilled fur IrreyuJari ties,3tc. tSuccessfully used la thonauda of custs. L33 sure remedy, guaranieetl, never fuds. Irice fl. AO rnequalled safeguard. I.AKK.SI 1K SVhlClFli KV MuJkct toU, Chicago, 111. 1 11 0 p U! D.W.WHITAKER Known to the peoplq of Durham for twenty years as a leader in printing of all kinds, will, on Monday next, resume charge of the WHITAKER PRINTING OFFICE The oflice will t -nlaryed and improved by additions of Modern Types and Materials, And will be prepared for any work in the printing line. Mr. Whitaker will have per sonal charge of the ofhce, and patrons may be assured that the work will be lir9t-elass. The oflice will remain at the present stand on Main street. NORFOLK COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES Largest, Cheapest and lx?st -equipped College m Lastern v irginia. :.-, STUDENTS. i.i TEACHERS. Healthful .-ea Hreeze. Near Old Point Com- lorr. Ueaut ful Home, $50,000 Huildings fcteam Heat, Gas, etc. Music. Art. Elocution, Stenography. High est ' ourse of Study in the Mate, r.xpenaes only $4- 50 per quarter, send tor Catalogue. Pupils wishing to pay own expenses, write J. A. I. CASSEOY, B. S., Principal, Norfolk, Va. votice: 1 At a special meeting of the board, July 28, it was Resolved, That theioard call the special at tention of the public to the following town ordinances, which will be rigidly enforced from t his date. Th co-operation of every good citizen is earnestly desired to aid the town authorities in enloi cing the same. Chapter 7, book of ordinances, reads as fol lows : Section 2. Stagnant water, in cellar or other . .... I . . . ..L!n 4' places, snail oe removed on nonce oi cuiei ui noiice. street commissioner, n ayor or a com- mis-doner. to the owner of such lot, cellar or well. Any person violating this section shall be fined 5 for every day it shall remain after such notice. Sec. 8. All persons having their privies cleaned out within the town limits shall use a disifectant so as to deodorize the filth, and all cleaning shall be done hetween sunset and sunrise. All persons violating this section shall be lined $5. sec. !. No person shall tie suffered to carry out of his or her kitchen the dish water or o'her slot s into any of the streets of the town. Any person violating this section shall be lined f 4. Sec. lx. No occupant of a lot in the town shall allow such lot to remain in such a con dition as tt hold water until it becomes stag eant, nor allow barrels, tubs or hogsheads to hold water on same until it becomes stag nant. Any person violating this section and failing or refusing to comply, after three :ays' notice from the chief of police, shall be lined $5. See. 11. Any occupant of any lot who shall permit persons to moke urinary or faecal de o sits on same without usimr lime or some disinfectant freely, so as to prevent smell, shall be lined and pay f 5 for every violation. Sec. 25. No privy or water closet snan oe connected with any street gutter or drain leading into any ot the street gutters oi me town. Auv person violating t i is ordinance shall be lined 5 per day for each connection so long as said connection remain. . A. V J 1j Li I A MS", Chief of Police. WANTED. Live, energetic men to canvass, sell ma chines and collect in Durham, Granville and Orange counties. WTe furnish a nice light run ning wiikron. agent to furnish hors ana Har ness and .,akea5i0 bond. We offer a good s lary or commission contract, one under whicti an energetic man can make and save money. Men of good make-up do well to get employment vvbh this company, for if suc cessful they wib be promoted to positions of greater trust and responsibility. 1 he Singer Manufacturing company. Address: T. E sTROUD. District Agent, Durham, N. C. J. H . HAH LEY. Manager, Wilmington, N. C. SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS, DURHAM, N. C. Will open Septembers. 1814. Special attention Kiven to Decorative Art in its vanousbranches. The course of study for regular students will be directed by the principal of the scl.o )1, and will include Model and Object Drawing in out line; Perspective Drawing from the xntique in charcoal ; Painting in Water Colors and Oil from Life.and Modelling in lay. Special stu dents have the privilege of choosingtheir own course. Put w'b be carefully advised in their hoice. The instructions will continue to be under the direction ot Mrs. E. L. Hryan. An nual tuition for regular students for session of ten months, payable quarterly, $S0. Tuition tor special students per teimot ten weeks ti v e lessons in each week : Drawing in Crayon, Pastel, Pa nting in Water Colors. Painting in Oil. Painting on China, Decorative Painting. Modelling in Clay, payab e at the close of the ten weeks. 10, or per month, f5. Single lesson in any of the branch's 50 cents. For use of studies per iuater, 50 cents. WOMEN AND CHILDREN Are wanted nt the Commonwealth Cotton Mills. Apply to S. W. HOLMAN, Superintendent. To tie Voters of Dnrliai County. I hereby announce myself a candidate for theoiliee of Clerk of the Superior Court of Durham County, N . C, and I pledge to all If e ected to perform the duties of theotnee to the U'st ot my ability, free and impartially. Yours truly, W. J. CHRISTIAN. REAVIS & WILLIAMS, BOOT. SHOE MAKERS Main Street, M Hake's. Fruit Store, Where yeli can have your work done with the N-st ot satisfaction. New work, to order t rein $:l to 7, an i half soleing from 50 cents to f I. All work given prompt att -ntion. Globe Erjgravipg Gorpparjy With a complete Photograph inc, Engravim: ami Stereotyp ing outfit, is reaily for work in commercial an.l 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. HEART DISEASE. Fluttering, No Appetite, Could not Sleep, Wind on Stomach. "For a long time I had a terrible pain at my heart, which fluttered al most incessantly. I had no appetite and could not sleep. I would be compelled to sit up in bed and belch gas from my stomach until I thought every minute would be my last. There was a feeling of oppression about my heart, and I was afraid to draw a full breath. I could not sweep a room without resting. My husband induced me to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and am happy to say it has cured me. I now have a splendid appetite and sleep well. Its effect was truly mar Telous." MRS. HARRY E. STARR, PottsTille, Pa. Dr. Miles Heart Cure is sold on a positive ruarantee that the first bottle will benefit. All druggists sell it at SI, 6 bottles for S5, or it will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price, by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Cole & Flintom, Cor. Manguin and ParrUh Streets. -DEALERS IN Staple Dry Goods an! Notions, Boots, Sloes Heavy aid Fancy Groceries. Country Produce a Specialty Which we receive daily, from Country. Our stock of Staple Dry Goods and Notionp is complete. Our Grocery department is no wanting in anything to tempt the most deli ate We are now receiving our Fall Stock surpassed. Come and examine or shoes and get our prices anu ou win De certain 10 ouy what you want, Kosemond's old stand. Your friends, Cole & Flinton. SJ.Uffl & CO'S. PLUMBERS' AND iichinists Sullies. CHURCH STREET, ABOVE MAIN. TRIAL OF ED. FULLER. The Trial as it Wat Banning Yesterday In Kockingliam. Nt-ws and Olrrvt-r. The Kuii-r iril lesumeil this morning: a o't l. k I's I.'i a Steele, the l'rsl , witi.e-s- " dm--.! f.-r the defendant, ses titled ia his favor. Mr L. C .Ion-, ! Ionesbor., wis then placed upon ib stand; he also wade a Matemeni in Ful ler's favor. Next a railroad man f Fay eUeviUe as put on the stand by the state. He, of coarse, testified in favor of the state. Col L C.Jones said he was boarding at the house of Mrs. Carsons when Parker was killed and had full view of tie recurrence; saw Fuller walk ing up and down the street and sit down at Mrs Cook's boarding house; then he saw Captain Kingsbury coming down the street; they met and when he looked he saw Parker on top of Fuller; about tt.at time he heard a pistol tire, also saw Parker get up and try to get something out of Fuller's hand ; he was about seveu ty.five yards from tbem, he saw Fuller's face very badly licerated in the c nfuct ; e said it was only about fifteen feet from where Filler sat on Mrs. Cook's porch to vhere Parker lay at death Fuller had 'ieen walking up and down the street in front of John Steele's Dr. McDuflie who nad been a practicing doctor 39 years and ives at Fayetteville said he saw Fuller ifter the fight and his face and head were very bloody and on examination found blood flowing from his left ear in conse quence of blows or whateyer he had re oeived on his head. There was one wound on one side ot his head about two and a half inches long. The skin was not broken but the hair was knocked off. The wound on the left side of his body gaye him considerable trouble for several days. lie said all these wounds were inflicted by something harder than the natural fist. . The wound in his side was purple three days after the prelimi nary trial. Two broken ribs were dis covered about four weeks after the first examination. He attributes his illness in jail to the wounds received from Parker; he (Fuller) was delirious for several days. Parker's weight was about 175 pounds while Fuller's was about 125, thus giving him advantage in this respect. n being cross quesiioned by the state the doctor said he went to see him every day while in jail for a week and every other dy for a week longer, and that the blood from his nose could not have been caused from a bleeding nose; I could not say whether he said anything on the former trial in regard to the wounds on his per son or not. The next witness introduced was Dr H. W. Lilly, of Fayetteville. He said he had known Fuller all his life and he was a man of good character, saw him Sun day after the murder in jail and he ap psared badly beaten, but he made no critical examination only a cut above the e ir and it seemed as if some sharp iastru ment was used upon his head, did not see possibly how the wounds could have b ;en caused by the opponent's fist, and the wounds on his neck was thought probably caused by falling on some roots or something of that kind, or by some sharp instrument, on being questioned by the state said Fuller had not been in the habit of carrying pistols or knucks. Miss Lula Steele's sister, Emma, and cousin, Addie Chandler, dressed in deep mourning, were called to the stand and aked did Mr. Fuller say to Miss Chand ler that he intended to go to Parker and ttop him and if he resented it he would kill him. No! was the reply; said they were sitting on the porch and did not re member his calling her. REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN BOOK. It Especially Kefers to Pensions Given to Confederate Widows. Washington, Sept. 25 Third Assist ant Postmaster General Kerr Craige says the great increase in the sale of postage stamps is a proof of a strong revival of b isiness throughout the entire country There have been several gentlemen from the fifth North Carolina district recently all of whom say Settle is virtually defeat ed I heard yesterday that Tom Settle had a great deal to do with getting up the republican campaign book especially the part referring to the pensions of the widows of confederate veterans whose pensions are oaid on account of service their husbands rendered the United States in the Mexican war. Mrs Stone wall Jackson is given as an example in this handbook. If Mrs Jefferson Davis receives a pension she too would be a shining example, for her husband saved the day in one of the battles with Mexico As I wrote you lat week the republi can committee decided that Cheatham and not White was the nominee of the G. O. P. in the second North Carolina district. Yesterday the following circu lar was sent out from here to all the re publican voters in that district : We desire to commend to the republi -can voters of the Sacond district the action of both Mr- Cheatham and Mr. White in submitting their cue to the committee for arbitration, and we fully believe that this action wa taken in the spirit of harmony an i in the interest of the party. We earnestly request and d ; - . v, , nrofv w.-lr ii fh Hfifrir" hv. , t .u ui- . ... . .. , n heart, will rally to the support of Hon. .w .u . , j II P. Cheatham, and see that a united and vigorous effort is made to secure for j ...-i, Mn m.irt,!,c ,u r,. ,- ,.inn.i r,,;ai i . T,hhean congressional nominee i e. " . r . .... tainly entitled to in the second district of North Carolina. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report v w c Hon. Fred Woodward will be re-elected in spite of this assurance and encourage ment. His record as a congressman is unassailable and his constituents will Hand by him. If the treasury department is a bad as Mr. O'Rourke makes it out, he ought not to have remained in it so long. There were plenty of good democrats who would have been glad of the position and who would have been willing to put up with Logan Carlisle's methods until the end of Mr. Cleveland's term. Hon hauncey Black returned from North Carolina last night He says the democrats are sanguine of victory in North Carolina, and I do not believe they are indulging in over confidence. They are well organized, aggressive and have behind them the prestige of many past triumphs But everywhere there Is a revival of democratic confidence and a determination to give a spirited battle to the opposition. This Evening's Fire. The fie alarm that was turned in this evening at 4:45 from box 24, opposite J. VV. Dowds, proved to be at Mr. C. W. Herndon's residence, on Ramseur street The fire was the turning over a bucket of lard in the kitchen, which was quickly extinguished. Officer Scruggs, who was riding on one of the hose wagons, lost his bold and balance and promptly fell out. He sprained his arm and is only stiff from the fall. Jim Brown, who lives in East Durham, and who was a little off, came in contact with colored hook and ladder company. It run over his body, but it didn't have much effect on him either. A COLUMN OF VERSfc. Rachcior Housekeeping. He is a bachelor pro tern . His wife's away. And meanwhile you can make a mem Life isn't play He sleeps in all tne t eu in turn. 'Twould make his wife's face set and stern If she could see how things are mussed Since she went oT. in placid trust That things would stay where they were left While her dear hubby was bereft. The bureau drawers are half pulled out, With shirts and socks strewn all about The floor, because he tried one day To find a shirt she'd put away. The parlor hasn't once been swept. His old cigar stumps he has kept Upon the center table, where There chanced to be a small peace bare. Out In the kitchen in a pile Are the dishes gathered, while Her indolent, though loving spouse Has been a bachelor keeping house. The pile will grow without a doubt As long as the supply holds out: Then he'll brace up, when need confronts. And wash the whole lot up at once. The whole house has a musty air Of stale tobacco; everywhere Newspapers litter up the floor And I could tell you of much more Which, If his dear wife knew of it, Would make her fall down In a fit. Oh, things have gone to wreck and wrack While she's away, And you can bet when she comes back Life wan't be play. Somerville Journal. Apology to Winter. Oh. winter I we are sorry, quite. That when the fields with snow were whit And blizzards howled from morn till night We said mean things about you. Now, when we're roasting everyday We all of us will gladly say, If we could only have our way We'd never be without you. Whlle you were here we fondly dreamed Of fields through which some brooklet streamed And golden summer, so it seemed. Would suit us to the letter. But now as we from morn till night Must wildly fan with all our might, We're sighing for your fields of white And love you so much better. Nixon Waterman, in Arkansaw Traveler. NO BRECKINRIDGE DUEL. Young Desha Was Not There to Fight With Jndge Klnkbead. Lexington, Ky., September 26. Judge George B. Kinkhead, who was challenged to fight by Desha Breckin ridge Friday, said yesterday that he told Breckinridge he would be at the depot at 8 o'clock the next morning and would see him. Desha did not meet him and the judge claims he forfeited his challange as a gentleman. No fur ther trouble has occurred and the ef fects of the campaign are fast dyiDg away. To Resume oa Fall Time. Aveb, Mass, September 20. The mills of the Columbian manufacturing company at Greenville. N. II.. started up on full time yesterday. They fur nish the principal industry of the town, and have been running only four day per week for the past ten months. -During the hot weather impurities in the blood may seriously annoy you. Ex pel tbem by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier. Two Lives Saved. Mrs Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, I1L, was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Dicovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggere, lZ'J Florida street, San Francisco, suffered from a dread - ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything ehe then boueht c u one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and . , 6 , . , Ik". It " h resulte, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efScacy -.t i- F , ,, ui iu xuwiiuue in couzns anu coius. rreei tal bottle-at R. Blackn all & Son's drug store. Regular size 50c and $1 nvv n . o 1 ' AT HICKORY. The Ladies as Well as the Man Listen to Senator Jarvls. News and Observer. Hickory, N. C, September ?;. The opera house wa9 crowded to over flowing last night. The fair faces and bright costumes of the ladies lent a pleas ing effect to the scene. The occasion of the gathering wa9 a speech by Hon. T. J. Jarvis The speaker was approprl ately introduced by Mayor E. B Cline. The senator gave a clear and powerful presentation of the political situation He reviewed the works of the last con gress, and showed wherein they had be stowed permanent benefits upon the country. Touching upon the financial question he affirmed his allegiance to the state platform.and called upon the friends of silver to rally around the democracy of North Carolina. The state govern ment was triumphantly vindicated from the assaults of its enemies. The demo crats are greatly encouraged and enter the conflict with renewed faith. Greek Andrews Makes a lilt. Since the departure of Mr. Greek (). Andrews from Raleigh he has not been idle. In the Sunday edition of the Baltimore Herald a two column pictorial article ap peared from his pen descriptive of inci dents and characters as seen in republi can and populist conventions in the southern states. The article is written upon a most unique and entertaining vein and to gether with the illustrations accompany ing it brings out in a manner very vivid and true to life some of the picturesque and peculiar characters which the politi cal convention brings to light. The article shows throughout these fine de scriptive powers for which Greek An drews has won a reputation in journalism He is now engaged in preparing a series of articles on Western North Carolina for the Herald, which is, by the way, one of the most live and progressive of daily papers. ltaseball Yesterday. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 10, Brooklyn 7. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 9, Boston 7. Second game Cincinnati 5, Boston 1. At Cleveland ClevelandC.Baltimore 14 AtLoulsville -Louisville3,NewYork ir At St. Louis St. Louis 14, Philadel phia 7. HOW THE CLUBS STAND Clubs. W L naltimor WJ M Pel Clubs. 1 1 'HI. ....... W L Pc 61 6.1 .MM 65 7H .4- M 7.1 .4L"i Ill rillBOUIK, New York. 85 43 671 Chicago, H.iston, 81 47 KL' Cincinnati. Philadelphia 72 M .571 Hrooklyn, tf 5H Cleveland, r 60 Sr. IOUiS, 52 75 4i Washington. 44 Ki .:5 Louisville, Pale, puny, sickly children developed into fat, rosy, healthy ones by using Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil; easily taken; gives health and strength. W. M. Yearby. Desirable Store for Kent. Thoroughly fitted up with all modern conveniences. I he millinery store occu pied by Mrs. Ada Smith for 12 years will befor rent on or about October 1. Also four nicely fitted up rooms in second story of same building, suitable for family purposes Store located on Main street in the heart of the business center. Terms reasonable. Apply to M.C. Hekndon, Durham, N. For coKc. scour, sprains, bruises, spavin, swellings and all diseases of horses and cattle Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand, gives excellent satisfaction 1 ize 50 cents; r0 cent size 25 cents. W. M Yearby. Cure for Headache As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very bet. It effects a iermanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yi'-M to its influence. We urge all who are at Hicted to procure a bottle, and give thi remedv a fair trial In caae of iiatiiu,ti constipation Electric Kitters cures by Riving the needed tone to the bowels, and lew ca" long resist the use of this medicine. Irv it once. Large uouies oniy -r cuin at Black nail & Son's drug store. E. Nnhv. of St Paul. Minn, write-: "Was confined to bed for three week?, doctors could do me no good; Japanese Pile Cure entirely cured Lie Yearby. VTun Baby was sick, we gave her Catoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, hht clue? to Castoria. When she had Children, nhe gave them Castorla. DeLioj. Tixa-s M sirs. Lippman Bros , Savannah, Oa.: (jests I've used nearly four tattles or j P. P. I was sfflicted from tbe crown of p w,,rw.,4 nr fw-t Yrnir I'. v. r. cured difficulty In breathin n" mothering, palpitation of the heart, and relivd mr or a.i pain: one nos trial was clood for ten) ear now I can breathe through ll, r11- I have not sleit on either side for t worw rs; in fact, dreaded Ui e nlht com ; now l s.et i "SZiMlJl? to be .bl? to UkVtOT tbdeph bdVs; I feel proud ?ubui generally. Your u&MaEr. The State or Tixas. County of Comanche. 1 Before the unaersigwu "v. who , . .,, -v ,7id. J. M. Lambwt.N.