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Wat Durham" gailg tok DWaI(D A. OLDUAM, Editor and Proprietor. OBITUARY NOTICES, ETC. The Globe Uriels it necessary to charge one cent per word for obituary notices, resolutions ot respect, recommendations for of iice and similar matters, and the jopy must he accompa'iiied by the cash. Where the applicant is a patron of the paper, we make no charge for the first 30 words, all over that number will be charged at above rates. CO UK CSPONDENTS WA STED The Globe desires a correspon dent in every town in the state writers who know a news item when they see it, and who will stop writing when they have told all thej' started out to say. LOCAL KEADEUS Will be inserted in The Globe at ten cents per line each inser tion, or live cents per line each insertion when as many as ten lines at a time are inserted. Our .state exclianires are re quested to chaugc the name ot The Plant to The Globe, on their mailing books. Subscribers not trettlrig their paper promptly and regularly are requested to notify the olliee at once. 'I he price of The Globe is 0 cents a month. We have no com plimentary copies. THE GLOBE'S POCKET CALENDAR. OCTOUKK, 1889. S M T V TT s 12 I I itT 17 24 I 31 4 if 0 21 l7 I 28 H 15 lrt so" 18 r l'J 2C" LOCAL TIME TABLE. Kichmond & Danville Jl. 11. Easlbound trains arrive 12:01 p. m. and y.4.) a. m. Westbound train arrive 5:43 p. m. and 2:5.j a. in. Durham & Northern II. It. Trains arrive 9 a. m. Trains depart 4:50 p. m. Durham, Oxford & Clarksviile. Trains arrive 9:45 p. m. and 5:30 p. m. Trains depart 8:40 a. in. and 0 p. in. The Weather To-tlay. Washington', I). C, Oct. 11. The weather indications lor tomorrow in North Carolina are : Fair, proceeded by light rain in eastern portion, slightly cooler, northeasterly winds. CITY ITEMS. Miss Mary Gray is visitincr Mrs. Eu gene Morehead. Mr. G. W. Watts went to New York last nisrht on business. Miss Nellie Lougee and Eftie Uroughton went down to the noon train. Kaleigh yesterday on Miss Gertie Hainsof Kaleigh who has been visiting iJiss Quidley returned home yesterday. Miss Helen Bryan who has been visit her sister, Mrs Griswold will spend Fair week in Kaleigh. Miss Annie Cain and friend Miss Potter of Wilmington went down to Kaleigh yesterday. Miss Willie Ellison and friend Miss Ida Glass of Richmond are family of Mr. J. K. Gattis. visiting the Misses Annie C: Jones of Cartersville Oa. and Annie Morris of Danville are visiting at Mr. J. 8. Carr's. Attention is called to the advertise ment of the sale of valuable property today by F. It Warren, commissioner. Prof. Exccll and Col. Tom Dunham, the popular book agent of Sam Jones are attending a revival meeting in Ox ford. Miss Flora Guess and Miss Cora L. Keavcrs of Carey who have been vis iting Mr. F. 31. Carlton have returned home. Miss Rosa Andrews, who has been visiting Mrs. Edward A. Oldham, re turned to her home in Greensboro yes terday. By sundown last evening the taberna cle had resumed its every day work- lnjr attire and tomorrow will begin its regular work again. Miss Madge Morehead "and Emmie Faucett who spent several days at home during the Sam Jones meeting" returned yesterday to Peace Institute. A regular meeting of Durham Lodge I. O. O. F. will be held at their hall this Tuesday night at 7:S0 o'clock sharp. Business of importance will be dis cussed. Mr. Oscar Smith, one of Z. I. Lyon &Co's. popular traveling salesmen, after aV&it to his parents here, left yesteday on a two months trip to the South in the interest of his house. To the Readers of the Weekly Tobacco l'lant. Those who have paid in advance for the Weekly Tobacco Plant, and are not getting the Weekly Globe as they should are requested to send their names to this office. SEN1 YOUIt XAMK AM) A X1CKKL ami get THE WEEKLY 11 LOU E con taining full report of the Nam June meet ings. iublihed Tuesday next, October 1 5. FOR MEN ONI Y. continued from fikst page. as pure on one side of the house as the other. lie wanted to see the day also when there would be be no more tempta tion for the poor shop-girl than for the daughter of the Czar of Russia or the daughter of the President of the United States. Remember, young man, when you are tempted to rob the virtue of an innocent woman that every girl is some body's sister and somebody's daughter. I have said many things in these meet ings, young men, out of my head, but now I speak out of my heart. Avoid intem perance. This tongue has said many things to cut and pierce, but thank God I have a good heart. If you'll scratch un der the bottom dog you'll always find me there, and if I ain't there I'm gone to dinner. Listen to me and he related his own sad experience. When at 17 years old a physician prescribed whiskey to him as a relief for nervous affections to which he was subject. His prospects as a young lawyer were destroyed, his wife made miserable and himself a drunkard. The recital of the story of his life af fected the speaker much and at one time he broke down and wept. Said he, I can never count on myself at this day as be ing safe from a drunkard's grave and I beg you all to pray for me that I may have strength to withstand the devil. When he finished and sat down nearly every eye in the immense audience of men was wet witli tears. No one could have looked on the meeting unaffected. All who would make the resolve to lead a better life in the sis-lit of God and man were requested to stand,and it is, safe to say that not a dozen in the house re mained seated. Many came forward to the altar and either gave their names to the preachers for membership to the churches or asked for the prayers of the people. A collection of $350 was taken up' by voluntary subscriptions for the Or phan's Asylum, maintained by Mr. Jones, at Cartersville, Ga. THE CLOSING EXKKCISE3. Over six thousand faces looked into that of Mr. Jones as he arose to speak on the last night of the meetings. The choir had been singing some of its choicest selections, and Prof. Excell ev idently was innocent of what was in store for him. When Mr. Jones arose to his feet, Dr. J. D. Roberts stepped down out of the choir and walked around in front and handed to Mr. Jones a beauti ful gold-headed cane. The audience grown accustomed to surprises, waited patiently for developments. Mr. Jones said that the members of the choir had requested him to prsent this cane to Prof. Excell, who he said, sings the gospel as much as I preach it. He had literally sung his way into the hearts of hundreds of thousands. 31 r. Jones complimented the choir and said that it had been excelled in only two in stances and these wrere at Round Lake, N. Y., where it was better orly because it was bigger, and the other instance was a nigger camp meeting, and he meant this as a compliment, as "they can out sing the world." Mr. Jones in the course of his remarks expressed the intention of returning to Durham next year. He spoke fittingly of "Brother Ed Parrish turning his warehouse over to God," and said that there was. no better auditorium in the country for a religious meeting than this building, the acoustic features of which were better than any other building he had ever preached in. Prof. Exccll received the cane in a graceful little speech, after which he sang a solo, and then Mr. Culpepper arose to preach the concluding sermon. His text was, "If a man be overtaken in a fault, you that are spiritual restore him." The sernion was a forceful argu ment for brotherly love, forbearance and sympathy, and though less than half an hour long, was one of Mr. Culpepper's best efforts. Owing to the croAvded con dition of these columns a full report is unavoidably prevented. At the conclusion of Mr. Culpepper's sermon Mr. Jones made a brief talk on the line of his brother evangelist's discourse, and concluded by trivial the pastors of the city churches an opportunity to make any announcements the- saw tit. Rev's. White, Darnall, Yates, Bumpass and Johnson made brief talks. All of those who have been converted at these meetings were requested to form a line before the purpit, and it was found that about 200 souls had been brought to Christ during this revival. A final invitation was extended to the unconverted and quite a larre number came lorwaru. .nr. jones maue a iew farewell remarks and asked to be excused from shaking hands as he was already much fatigued. He figuratively shook hands with the audience and then with a prayerful benediction he closed the meet ings, that have brought so much spiritual comfort to so many souls. An Earl's Infamy. Edinbukg, Oct. 14. The Earl of Gal owav was arraigned this morning at Dumfries on the charge of having made an indecent assault upon a child named Gibson. The court room was crowded with the leading people of the communi ty. The little girl gave testimony in re gard to the nature of the Earl's offense. and her testimony was corroborated by the other witnesses. The statement pre pared by the defendant was then read, in which an explanation was made that no intentional offense was committed. The case is not yet decided. THE DURHAM , GLOBE, DREAD DIPHTHERIA'S RAVAGES. i auacit a Pennsylvania Town and Hobs Many a Home of Its Sunshine. Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 14. Galletzen, Pa., special says : Diptheria in its worst form is playing havoc with the lives of our little ones in this place. During the past two weeks the average number of deaths was three or four per day and the doctors report at least fifty-one cases dorvn with the disease in town. Four families with six or seven little ones each one month ago now are childless from the sweeping fangs that fastened its death dealing substance upon their offsprings. At the instance of the meeting of the borough council which was called by Burgess Thomas Burns for the purpose, a uuuiuuucc was appumieu 10 investi gate all the cellars and inspect the drain age in order to prevent the ravages. THEY WON'T ILLUMINATE. The New York Electric Lighting Compa nies ami the Major at War. New ork, Oct. 14. (Special.) This city's most important thoroughfares and two of its principal parks were left in to tal darkness tonight. The Brush Elec tric Light company and the United States Illuminating company shut off their cur rents as a result of the attitude of Mayor txrant ana the Uoard of .Llectncal Con trol, prompted by the numerous fatalities recently resulting from the unsafe insula tion of the wires. These companies an nounce that they will not turn on their currents again until the question whether their wires and poles can be taken down by the city authorities is settled, in the courts. The injunction suits are to be argued tomorrow. SEND YOUli NAME AN1 A NICKEL and iret THE WEEKLY GLOJtE con taining full report of the Sam Jones meet injjs. Published Tuesday next, October !.". NORTH STATE ARTISAN. It Makes Its I tow to the Various Indus tries of the Old North State. Yesterday the exchange editor of The Globe picked up from his desk a volum inous and tastely gotten up periodical of magazine like appearance and curiously opened its pages. His curiosity grew into lively interest when he found that it bore on its date line the name of Durham and "above in a bold heading the words, North State Ar tisan. As the name announces the paper is not local but contains news from every portion of the State relating to its vari ous industries, furnishhd by special cor respondents. Twenty-four pages are de voted to interesting reading matter of an industrial nature printed on heavy calendared paper in a lovely tint of blue, very agreeable to the eye. Among some of the other notable fea tures are cuts of the more important buildings of Durham. As the head line expresses it, it is "A monthly journal, devoted to the manufacturing, mining and agricultural interests of the South." YESTERDAY'S POLICE COURT. He Would Preach. Sixty Years Old and Convicted of Larceny. A well known Durham character w ho when he gets drunk indulges in preach ing instead of "cussin'" made his weekly re-appearance and contributed to the city's widowst and orphans' fund five dol lars. Lowell Hayes, a pious-looking old country negro, very neatly dressed and about sixty years old, was brought up for stealing a coat from the store of Mr. Jno. L. Markham. He had the unmistakable appearance of one of these "good old ne groes," but all the same a coat was found padded in between his old-fashioned vest and his jeans shirt. He was bound over to court in the sum of $100 and in default of this committed to jail. Joseph Stroude, a negro boy who at tempted to enter the canvas booth of 11. B. Spivey at night with intent to bur glarize, was committed to jail on failure to furnish a bond of o0. Mr. George Accepts. Key. T. M. N. George, rector of St. Philips Episcopal church, has decided to accept the call he lately received to New Berne. He will not leave immediately for his new charge, but will probably re main here several months before leaving in order to compiete his arrangements and to allow his congregation ample time to supply the pulpit left vacant. 3Ir. George has made many friends during his long stay in Durham and it is much to their regret that he has decided to leave. SEND YO I'll NAME AM) A NICKEL and get THE WEEKLY GLOME con taining: full report of the Sain Jones meet ing. 4'ubiished Tuesday next, October IK. The October Term tit Court. The circuit court convened yesterday with Judge Graves presiding. There wa only one case heard, that of State vs. Reu ben Barbee, in which judgment was sus pended on payment of costs, most of th d.iv hinr snpnt in issuing writs of alia: j 0 - j , capias. Several cases of nol pros werfe also entered, the defendants being absenf. 7 j On the docket there are fifty-nine crimi nal cases, fifty-four ciyil cases and a mi nor lot of summonses. Mr. W. G. ick- ers is foreman of the grand jury. Gorton MintrI. Gorton's New Orleans Minstrels with which the theatre going public are mor- oughlv familiar as a refined and first- class minstrel show, is billed for Durham on the 17th instant. Besides the new and attractive features of the combat clog dancing and knightly tournament J they will have with them Prince Tanaka, the Japanese juggler and their famous Gold Band. - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 --NEW TELEGRAPH LINE. Durham to Be Connected With the Worh Uy the Postal Telegraph System. It is generally known that the Posta Telegraph company is not making stren uous efforts in extending its line through this section of the country, having lately fitted up a handsome building in Rich mond as a general office, and completed their lines to Iialeigh and Henderson in this State. - Between Henderson and Oxford there is a local line owned by the Oxford & Henderson Telegraph company. The success of this line has been phenomenal the last dividend paid being 33 percent The stock is held entiiely by local par ties and is at high premium. Over thi line Oxford has communication with the outside world over the wires of the Pos tal Telegraph company who will pay the local companj' a percentage on the charges for messages sent over the joint lines. Some time ago it was proposed that the Oxford Jc Henderson branch be extended to Durham and the company has now decided to do this. It is de sired that a certain amount of stock be subscribed by Durham people and Mr, Albert Kramer to whom much of the credit of the undertaking belongs, wil wait on our business men lor the pur pose of receiving their subscriptions. The Postal Telegraph Company wil have no claim on any of the receipts o the line as a local company but will only be entitled to a percentage of the outside telegrams sent and taken at the two offices. Thus the citizens of this locality would have entire control of the line be tween Henderson and Durham and yet have the advantage of communication with the entire world. This would give Durham two telegraph lines, something which very few cities in the country pos: sess, the Western Union having almost entire monopoly. It would look extreme!' foolhardy for the citizens of Durham to allowT this op poitunity of extending her commercia relations with the outside world to pass unheeded, and it is not believed they will Capt. A. II. A. Williams, better known as "Baldy" Williams and the presiden of the Oxford and Henderson company was in the city last wreek making ar ransrements about tne matter, as soon as these arrangements have been com pleted; which it is expected will be in about three weeks, the work will begin at once. OEM) YOUU NAME AND A NICKEL O and get THE WEEKLY GLOIIE con tainine full report of the 8am Jones meet ingH. Published Tuesday next, October 15 How's Your Wife? Does she feel poorly all the time,- suf fer from lack of energy and a genera "no-account" listless enervation ? She needs atonic. Something is wrong with her blood. Hun for the doctor ? Not at all my dear sir. One pnysician's free will provide her with sure and pleas ant relief for all time. Get her a bottle of P. P. P. (Frickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium), the very best VV oman s Keg ulator and tonic extant. It reaches the source of trouble quietly and quickly. and before you know it your wife wil be another woman, and will bless the kind fate that brought P. I. P. to her notice and relief. Our best physicians endorse and recommend it, and no well conducted household where pure blood and its concomitant happiness it appre ciated. should be without it. For sale by reputable medicine dealers every where. 'There's Many a Slip" Etc. It is announced that the Raleigh Sig nal is to be revived. As this is not the season for advertising potato slips or Republican meetings, we are curious to know what new industry L.O":e Harris has embarked in. Wilmington Star. The IJrightest Jewels in a mother's diadem are her fair, healthy children the pride and ornaments of her home. But a mother cannot bear and nourish such children while she is the victim of suffering and disease. By a course 01 seii-ireaimeni wiiu ut 1'ierce s ravonte prescription, every woman can thoroughly eradicate those excruciating periodical pains and tunc tioual weaknesses incident to ner sex, and at the same time build up and in vigorate her whole sj stem by its health- imparting lmluence. A trial bottle will convince. : avonte rrescnption is tne only medicine for women, sold by drug gists, under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers, to give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guarantee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully carried out for many years. A Contented Editor. The advertising patronage of the Plain Dealer is all we could expect. Rocky Mount Plain Dealer. Lippinan's Pyrafuge. Why sutler with chills and fever when Pryafuge (the greatest chill and fever expeller will stop them invariably after the first dose. Thousands have been cured by its use. Valuable Agricultural Document. Senator Cullum should have his Forum article issued in pamphlet form. Pack ages of this valuable essay, well tied with Twine-Trust twine, would be a great boon to farmers. Louisville Courier Journal. - Hon. D. M. Hughes, Allentown. Ga., says ; Bradycrotine relieved him in every instance, when everything else had failed. WhileVsome parts of the South, on ac count of favorable natural conditions are destined to become great manufac turing centres, and while manufacturing of a general character will be largely en gaged in at all accessible point, it is af ter all true that over a large area of the South, and with the great mas of the people, agriculture must continue to be the chief industry; and while it is right and proper t encourage manufacturing enterprises, we should not lose sight of the great importance of doing all we can to promote the success and increase the profits of those engaged in agriculture. Nashville Argonaut. I TOBACCO DEPARTMENT. ALEX WALKEH, EDITOU. Dunn am, Oct. 14. The past week has been one of small sales on account of the Sam Jones meetings. We trust this may be a sufficient apology for any apparent short comings in the tobacco department for the past week. We now look for larger operations in leaf and we trust satisfactory to both buyer and seller. We would say to our reporters from the different markets if you want the latest news from other markets remember to send ia your reports promptly, and by this means we will get what wc so much desire. SPECIAL NOTICES. Are You Cioiug to the State Fair? If you are, don't fail to visit Norris fc Carter's dry goods es tablishment. Ihey are making some genuine oners this- week in all depart ments, bul special attention is being given to dress goods. They are selling fi.uu, $1.15 anil ?l.'J.i goods m this de partment at only t3c. All of their special oners are without a rival. olo-lt A very successful n-meuy for Catarrh, jjronciuus. mollis, etc., has been iliscov ered by Dr. Blosser, of Greensboro. It is very pleasant to use. and is recom mended as a permanent cure for the very worst cases, bamplos of the remedy may be had free of N. M. Johnson & Co., Durham, who also have it for sale. It Found. A glove buttoner. The owner can eet property by calling at Tiik Glork office and paying charges. TY VIRTUK OF TWO MORTO.tliKS KX 1 J ecuted by Calvin Marshall and his wife, one to C. J. & VV. M. ltofrei-8, Juno 7, 184, and reg istered in the ltejrister's olliee of Durham county, book 4, page 23, and by them trans- ierrea to joun Jtec-K, aent, the other to John lleck, December 11, imi, registered in look 3. ptij?es zjz and 'Z. Kejnster s office, Durham county. 1 will sell at Dublic auction the erty conveyed in said Mortpratfe Deeds to sat isfy the debts named therein, on Monday, the 11th of November, 188!, at 12 o'clock ra., at the court house door in Durham. The projerty lies in Oak Grove township, Durham county, M 1 1 'Jlwiiriii- 1 ..... 1 ..I? t!J. T 1 . f 1 W. J. Evans, Kuoch Evans and others, con- uiinmg uu acres. JUli.N lilX'K, This Oct. 12, 1889-doaw4w ily J. T. Nichols. Q . YOUNGER, DURHAM, N. C, HOUSE, SIGN, AXD- 0 II X A M ENTAL PA 1 X II X( J , ANIJ- PAPEH HANGING. olO-dtf L OUIS C. WAGXEK & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR HERMANN SCHOTT, Kheydt, Germany, MANUFACTCUEH OF FINK CIGAR LABKLS AND RANDS, CALENDARS AND NOVELTIES FOH- ADVEKTISING, 7!) and 81 Duane Street, oe8dly New Yokk. FOU A GOOI Shave, Hair Cut, -AXD- s:e3::m::poo i Gp to the finest Barbers in the citj WRIGHT & MERRICK, o2-dlm Main Street. J. F. BEALE, Patent Attorney ! 031 F. St., Washington, D. C. Patents, Trade-Marks and Labels. BUNIONS andWARTS, STOKES! STOVES ! I am now rictivinc a full line of Cook Stoves Which I aru offering at Jower prices than ever before. My stock coririistH in part of the Celebrated Farmer Girl, Cauzc Door, Orion and Many Other. The "New South at $112 beat Anything on the Market. Call and get prices. A full line of Tinware, Lamp Goods, Fruit Jars, etc., All of which will be offered low for Cash. C. C. TAYLOR, Main Street au C0RN9. t 7ani SALE OF Valuable Real Estate! AT- Durham, H. C, Oct 22, 1889. On Tuesday. Oct. 22d. 1880. we nil! sell at public saie the following valuable red estate, all situated in the town of Dur ham: One two story Rrick Iiuildinsr on lot on Main street, 27 feet front, 87 feet deep. convenient to court house, now occupied as a drug store and supplied with citv ji i ..i r "i mn. uwm oicvpin rooms on seconii floor, or can be used as offices, liuildinir now rented for $.00 per year. One rive-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Chapel Hill street, 93 feet front,20i ieet ueep. uoon well of water. Kent for f 150 per year. One four-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Chapel Hill street, 89 feet front, l'Jo leet deep and supplied with city water. Now rents for $108 net vear. One six-room Dwelliner and Kitchen nn lot on Chanel Hill street. 10fi feet front 79G feet deep ajid supplied with city water. ISow rented for S180 ner vear. - j One four-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Willard street. 77 feet front. 153 feet deep, -and supplied with city water. Now rented for 150 ner vear. w .---, One four-room Dwellin? and Kitchen on lot on Willard street, 77 feet front, io.5 leet ueen and supplied with citv water. Now rented for $150 per year. One five-room Dwelling and Kitchen on lot on Willard street, 77 feet front, 153 feet deep and supplied with city water. Now rented for 1G8 ner vear. T'Kn nhnvn nrrTwrf r iu vnrtt ilnutroltLi and located in the best part of the city. Terms of sale: One-third cash: bal ance in six and twelve months, with H percent interest on deferred payments. V. BALLAKD, W. S. HALLIBURTON. s21-tds Trustees of W. T. Blackwcll. ran brothers: GROCERS. We offer at all times a Complete Stock of Groceries, Provisions, i AN D FANCY FAMILY SUPPLIES! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Of the Best Quality and at the Lowest Trices. All Goods Promttfly Delivered and Fully Guaranteed as to Quality and Price. The LeaMing Grocery for Heavy Gro ceries, Shipstuff and Feedstuff of all kinds. WYATT BROTHERS, o2-dtf. Durham, X. C. TMNlCtMS! Sealed bids will be received until 12 m, October Vt, 18S'J, for furnishing all ma terial and constructing, complete, a pas senger station for the Lynchburg & Durham Railroad, at Durham, X. C. Plans, specifications and all informa tion can be had at office of Penn Con struction Company, 1110 Clay street, Lynchburg, Va. - rrivuege reserved to reject any and all bids. Mark bid "Durham Depot" and ad dress them to PENN CONSTRUCTION CO., s21-tawtd Lynchburg, Va. TRUSTEE'S SALE! Hy virtue of Mrtture ma-le to me br 8. F. Garduer and wife. Aitril 3o. 1VC. arxi rerlterel la i offine tit Better of IX-eli for Durham county. In ft ft. ' 1. - . Mr r. . . i . i"a i't. v. tM(irB ha, tji, i wm, oa wiooer v. Ivy, tell at the court Lou door, for ca.h. to the hhrhett b.Mer. a Trart of Land about four mite north of Durham, adjoining land of I: M Joite and other, and containing One Hundred and fcix ty Actv, more or 1. J T WOM HLK. rJl-Hi TrnieeIorMr JK Day and Children. ASUREOMCFOIt CrilLLS8vFEVfeR DUMB CU ND LARI C53TV van aire mr ait. nnrccisTii T-IFF3tAir FBOSL. 'Wbolea&l "DroniMtt, tol Props., UpvtoMA fikcA. feATanBaL, Oa 1 I 10 '