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TIIE GLOBE IS p THE CLOBE.1S ji CUSSED and DISCUSSED. tttvtli A TOMBSTONE. EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY. XT IS ALONK FOR LIVE 31 EN. & VOL. II--NO. 12 18. DURHAM, N. C, SATUKOAY EVEXIXQ, OCTOBER 31 f 1891. PRICE FIVE CENTS, ll irTPN 'A. rnir THE FLOWERS IjSt IT ! Captain WiiiUed Announces tho Flower Show. The Pate Is Set ami the Hooin Has Been Chosen. MISS SOUTH GATE'S WEDDING CARDS j Phonic Who Come and Go lirief Hrevi- ! tip t, IiiJr.-st tj All Reader i.f Use Globe. Oil the 1 -Jil and UUh of November the Hower show will he on. Captain J. 0. Whitkd, who called this morning states that the above dates are correct, and that all will he whirling about the middle of the month, and the rooms are to be the Y. M. C. A. rooms. The prize3 and all that U to come will be announced later. The prizes are jncat and all the r.efgh borirur tow-ns will be asked to take a hand. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Record of Current Events in the City and Vicinity. Head Ellis, Stone fc Co's special "ad" on house furnishing oods. The sewerage scheme is bald-headed in its lefeemhlance to crime. A car load of suar and molasses just in. Durham Supply company. Lace Cu tains, curtain drape? ie. cornice poles at Kill-, Stone A Co's. ,d Five thousand dome-dies, 5 to 10 cents, at the Durham Supply company. I Ladies' and children's merino vests and pants all sizes at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Ten thousand pairs of shoes, all grades and prices, Durham Supply com pany. One hundied cheeses sweet and fresh just received by the Durham Supply company. Guns and hunting outfits, hardware of every description at the Durham Sup ply company. Old Hickory and Piedmont wagons, buggies and harness at the Durham Sup ply company. Don't fail to see the ne w lot of fancy cloaking and Stone A Co's. fur trimmings, at Ellis, Ready-made clothing, gents' fur nishing goods and notions at the Dur ham Supply company. Shingles and laths, nails, lime, hair and other building material at the Dur ham Supply company. Several car loads of Hour, meal corn, oats and bran fresh from the mills at Durham Supply company. Dress goods and trimmings, both in black and colored, in latest styles, just opened at Ellis, Stone A Co's. Col. Bob Rosemond who is a winner brings us a bouquet of tlowers which is a winner with thorns. And a beauty it is too. The' Cheek Furniture company are prepared to repair or make any pieces of furniture to order. Upholstering done at reasonable prices. Col. E. M Graham has jut closed a contract to furnish North Carolina weather to Col. E. M. Metcalf, of Omaha. The deal embraces several millions of dollars. The pocketbook which was to have been advertised in Tin: Globe, and which was found before well, it saved the man a dollar, and he knew his busi ness. F. M. Cheek found it. W. 1. Hatcher, one of the Masonfc state lecturers, is here lecturiug the boys. He can be found at the Masonic lodge, No. 352, from 0 a. m. to lip. m. Every member in good standing should attend. Two dry goods salesmen wanted, must be thoroughly steady in their hab its and possess a thorough knowledge of the business, and especially well posted in dress goods. Apply to Ellis, Stone A Co , Durham, N. C. All efforts to sell the Asheville street improvement bonds in open mar ket having failed, it is understood by the Home Journal that a deal is now being engineered which may or may not be a good thing for the city. It is believed that Mr. W. H. Pearce, of Salisbury, is munipulator-in-chief. The main feature . . 1 .1 t T is tne acceptance y ie euy ui .ur Pcarce's tender, and the acceptance of him by the city's bonds in payment for work done. The body of the late Colonel Walter L. Steele was moved from Eastside cemetery, at Laurmburg-, last Tuesday, j stall and while thankJing the people for to the Leak graveyard. This was done j their patronage on fish, desires to an in accordance, the Rocket states, with a nounce that he will continue fish and special clause in his will, which was not aIso meats The meat stall will be sepa- , i a rate "ut all customers will be rightly opened until last Saturday night. An-, handeJ TLe best am1 fre,best eat other request in the will is that a plain wju be s0j by him, and at prices lower marble tombstone shall mark his sfrave, than the lowest. A Cute Child. 'ft Ivy Jennie, what do you think? I met Mr. Lovelace and he gave me this box of candy. Jennie Didn't he tell you tc stfve it to me? Ivy No; he said, "You know who it's for," and he looked awful cute at me. Once a Week. with no inscription but name, date of birth and death. All of this Js in keep ing with the character of the man plain, honest and unostentatious. News lias reached the Greensboro Record of a very strange and sad death IJurlington. It seems that "Wednesday night Mrs. George -James went into the yard at her house to get some wood to replenish the fire ; in the darkness she fell over a wheelbarrow. Her chest I struck heavily against a stake and she was so badly hurt internally that she died before day. This is another sad warning to husbands who allow their wives to carry In wood and make fires. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. i i.' t - c fti,,.it ... J'- iu,iduuiic,m iuu. Sam L. Adams is spending to day m Raleigh. T. i. Ileartt went down to Raleigh on the noon train. J. S Carr returned from Richmond on the noon train. A. S. Thomas, of Oxford, is stopping at the Claiborir. it. B. Boone returned from Darlington, S. (J., last night. E. L. Bryan left for Chatham on a yisit to his parts to day. Albert Kramer and J. IL Mahler will spend to-morrow in Raleigh. BELLS AGAIX ! MISS CESSIE southgate will MARRIED. BE The Date Is Mario for November K enth, am. this is a Great Surprise. Cards are out exclusively to newspa pers announcing the marriage of Miss Lessie Muse Southgate to Mr. Thomas J. Simmons. Mr. Simmons is a former resident of Durham, and well and favorably known in this city. - N. M. JOHNSON & CO. I-are and Prosperous Drug I'lrm Wlildi Started from S'liirtTl I'eiuuins. People who know anything at all about Durham know that Johnsons' drug store is one of the oldest and most sub- stantial firms in the city. No man in the place is better known than Dr. Johnson, and more respected for the steilingqual - Ities which go to make up a successful business man and a good citizen He has held a'ndtill holds the orMce of coroner and county physician and in his official capacity has proven himself worth- of the confidence of the public which he has so ably served. Commencing business in Durham when the town was little more than a village he has worked his way up to a position of ease and affluence, but has lost noue of the "get up" by which he has achieved ' success. He is still hustling and after passing through two tires has to-day a liner store than ever. He built the large three-story, round glass front on the cor ner of Church and Main, and has a large and rapidly increasing trade. In stock he carries the best and purest drugs; his druggists sundries, toilet articles and other things kept by a first class whole sale and retail house is complete. When you want anything in the drug line do not fail to give Johnson & Co. a call. You will not regret it. The Pest Authorities, Such as Dr. Dio Lewis, Prof. Gros?, and others, agree that catarrh is not a local but a constitutional disease. It there fore requires a constitutional remedy like Hood s b3rsaparilla, which eilectu . T- , Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice, biliousness, sick headache, constipation ! and all troubles of the digestive organs. Listen at This! T. L. McClees has just opened a meat WHITE TALKS IT OUT Report of Rev. White's Sermon at Winston. He Talks Mneh Staff in a General Way. THE DURHAM PREACHER IS IN IT The Kev. Mr. White Has Captured the People of Winston, and Talks Mori) Good Sense. The Winston Sentinel says: The meeting at the First Baptist church con tinues to prove a blessing to many. Last night Mr. White preached another strong ! and pathetic sermon, and the result cf the service was that several professed faith in Christ and asked for the prayers of the church. Mr. White chose the words of his text from Acts xr, 21: "Testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repen tance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ." lie said: Repen tance and faith are old themes, but they are always new. John the Baptist, Christ and many others preached repen tance. Read 2d Timothy, ii, 25, 2G, and Acts v, 21. Repentance as grace is the gift of God. In the fifty-fifth chapter of Isaiah and seventh verse we find these words: "Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts; and let him return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon." Turning from our ways and thoughts unto God's way and thoughts is repent ance. This of course signifies that I am a sinner in the eyes of the great God. It is not enough to say that I am a sinner. You cannot blame poor Adam or Eve, you alone are responsible for your sins. You ought to remember how kind God has been to you in your business transac tions and everything. If there is a crime that is heinous it is to fail to believe in Jesus Christ. It is the one great sin that will damn you. It is not enough for you to come in here and pray the Lord to make you better and then go out and drink and curse. You must forsake your sins and find God. If you want to be saved you must remove that timidity, stand up and ask the prayers of God's people. Repentance is turning away from your sins to God. If a man was to sit on the brink of hell close enough to smell the brimstone and then only say I'm afraid of it, that would make no dif ference or aid in saving that man. That is not repentance. Some people think God must come along and strike them as he did Peter at Damascus. That time is past. We must take repentance as we can get it. Repentance is not sorrow. I never saw a man get TPrunk yet who was not sorry for it afterward. Conviction is not repentance either. That conviction which reveals to you your sins is good so far as it goes, but unless you accept Christ it availeth nothing for you. Repentance in full is the leaving off, forsaking of every sin. When God hews he hews to the line. When he cuts a tree down it falls where I it ma v. ! The trouble with many a man is that he is hoiding on to some pet sin. The right kind of a determination for you to make is that sink or swim, live or die, I will turn unto God. When a man .is j willing to givevup all he has; when he says Cod save or I perish, that man is saved. Friends, leave your sins behind, 1 bat don't stop until you have been j blessed. Will you listen to me for just two minutes? I want to talk plain, practi cal truths to you to-night. Have you resolved by the help of God to give up all your sins and go to Christ ? The mis- take you have made is that you stopped before you got to Jesus. Start again tc- night. The b(8t thirg you can d , young man, is to burn up those cards in your pocket, the books of infidelity you have been reading, turn your backs on the dance and stop visiting the houses of im morality at the midnight hour. What you want to do is to ask God to show 3-0U the way. Some people want for giveness, but they are not willing to for give. If you have an enmity against any one you mst have that removed before God will sccept you. Some way or some how we must confess Jesus pub licly. Young man, you have got an in fluence over some one. Mother, father, confess Christ anew. It may have its effect upon your children. My message to you has now been de livered. Religion is a sensible thing. What are you going to do with it to night? Everyone in this house who is willing to say, "I will accept Jesus," I wan; them to ccme forward and give me their hand. Don't wait for feeling hut come with a determined mind ; and God's word for it, you shall be saved. I cheer, I help. I strengthen, I aid. I gladden the heart of man aiul maid, I set constipation's captive free. And all are better for taking me. Thus spoke one of Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets. (They are pills that speak for themselves.) Very small, very nice to take, produce no naurea or griping, yet are most effectual in all cases of con stipation, bilious or sick headache, or de ranged liver. Only 25 cents a vial, at druggists. A perfact vest-pocket medicine. Y. M. C. A. What Will Be Done at the Meeting To morrow Evening-. Mr. R. E. White will conduct the meet ing for young men to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, the subject of which will be "Our Substitute," Isaiah 1, 3, Romans v, 1-10. All young men are cordially in vited lo attend. MrASamuel L. Adams will address the boys' jmeetiog to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'cldfck. Topic, "A Model Boy, 1 Sam uel xvl, 1-13. All boys are urged to at tend. Mr. Weston R. Gales, assistant state secretary, will conduct a special series of gospel meetings for young men in the association hall every- evening during the week, beginning Monday, November 10th. He will also conduct the Sunday afternoon meeting on November loth. Mr. Gales is an earnest and forcible speaker, and our young m?en should make it a point to attend the entire series of meetings. The gymnasium will hereafter be open to members from 7:30 to 10 o'clock every evening during the week. Young men who are not members are invited to visit the rooms, see what privileges the asso ciation offers and avail themselves of these privileges by becoming members. A BIG MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT. A Place Where Hats Are Kept and the Latest Styles Are Always in Stock. If 3'ou have any idea of buying a hat this or any other season, you want to be sure to take a look through Mrs. Ada Smith's fashionable millinery store, where you will alwaj's find the latest novelties In hats and bonnets and a New York mil liner to tell you what to wear and how to wear it. Mrs. Smith is the pioneer milliner of Durham and has always led the trade. She came here about eight years ago and has since that time done a properous and growing business. Shq now employs from five to ten young ladies who are kept busy during the season Waiting on her numerous customers. And her customers are alwaj'S pleased. Her prices are moderate, her styles the nobbiest, and the young ladies who serve you alva3's pleasant and obliging. Her fall stock is now open, and she wants all her county as well as city friends to call to see it. , WILL IT BE WAR ? THE LATE REPORTS ARE THAT A JOB IS IN SIGHT. This Is the Latest Washington Corre spondence Concerning the Afl'airs of Pat gan and Others. The general impression here i3 that Chili will fight, and that the United States is now in a position where it must fight or retreat with dishonor. No person of responsibility has yet been found who doubts that America will come out foremost in the end, but the general expression is that Chili will have, for the present, a decided advan tage. The sentiment of the mercantile houses trading with Chili is strongly against war, and the nitrate interests are also opposed to it, on the ground that the United States may, through an ar rangement with Peru, get control of the nitrate deposits; also that a successful war would have the effect of raising American prestige in South America, to the detriment of England. The change of feeling since yesterday is most sig nificant. Then the idea of war was pooh-poohed. Now war is regarded as almost inevitable. The United States can put in commis sion, seventeen war vessels. It will, however, require from one to three months to put them all in proper fight ing trim. This fleet would include the Baltimore, Boston, Yorktown.San Fran cisco, Newark, Petrel, Kearsage, Concord, Chicago, Atlanta, Bennington, Yantic, Thetis, Mohegan, Ranger, Miantonomah and Philadelphia. . , . Tffe Baltimore is now at Valparaiso, and it was the murder of a number of her crew that caused the present critical con dition of affairs. The Boston and York town are en route for Valparaiso. The San Francisco was at Callao, but she has been ordered to San Francisco for needed repairs. The Newark is fitting out at the Boston Navy Yard, and can go to sea almost immediately. The Petrel is in New York harbor, and also read-. The Yantic is on her way to the South Amer ican Coast. The Philadelphia, Concord and Kear sage, under command o Rear Admiral Gherardi, are in commission, and only need full magazines to be ready for ac tive service. The same may be said of the Atlanta, Bennington and Chicago, under acting Rear Admiral Walker. The Mohegan, Thetis and Ranger are in San Francisco harbor, and would be among the first to arrive in Chilian wa ters. The Miantonomah has just been I placed in commission, and might be got 1 eral debility and will give yon new lease on lift FOK APPROACHING SYNOD Having anticipated the wants of those interested in the delegates to' the coming Synod, we have made - SPECIAL PREPARATIONS By adding an extra supply of 11-4 Blankets, extra large size Comforts, AVhite Spreaks, 10-4 Sheeting, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Etc. CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! Anyone desiring a Carpet, either in Brussels or Ingrain, will find it to their advantage to purchase now, as we- are offering, as a special induce ment for the next ten days, to cut and make them free of charge, GUARANTEEING A FIT OR NO SALE! We have just opened a beautiful assortment of SMYRNA RUGS in all sizes, which will be placed on sale Mon day morning. Our stock of Lace Curtains and Curtain Draperies is by far the handsomest ever shown on this market. Cornice Poles, complete with brass fixtures, from 19 cents up. All orders promptly filled. Resp'y, Ellis, Stone & Co. MEW I am opening a Stock of Goods, all new, at the store for merly occupied by JOHN L. MARKIIAM. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Wood and Willow-ware, Crockery and Glassware. I extend a cordial invitation to all to examine my goods, and buy at least a part of what they need of me. m Promising my best attention and respect, I am yours respectfully, John L. Markham, M. mv7T! t a nrnnm Aivm tt a iwnonrr?T!Ctrii roc LfiAiidA mw nmuuduifinaj. ESAHIHE BEFORE PURCHASING j.xs. Ada, 2v- SKCitla.. 3 A Ej THE- GOODS ! F. Markham, Clerks. Fall and Winter -AT- Mrs. Ada M. Smith's Fashionable Millinery Store, Where are always to found the leading Shades and most popular Styles in Head wear and Fancy Articles: THE PRESENT STOCK Ha been selected with great care and Ladies who bay H&U are sure to be salted. SHAPES, Trimmed and untrimmed, in endless variety. Caps for Ladies and Children, all styles and prices.