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.... 4 , r $ . i , r ; r t - ' ' ZlliZLZZ-a-" '- - - - - - - : Till' oi-"- -J ( If i mcniiccrn ( the r.Loni: is v, NEVER A. TOMBSTONE, iji IT IS ALONE Ton I.IVK MO. 'J! ; CUSSc.L' ana uiovwvji-u. f; j.-yjnKNCK OF PROSPERITY. VOL. II--NO. 21 Dunnir, n. c, fkiday evening, November 13, i89i, PRICE FIVE CENTS. GAVE IIIM A RAP ! .t.u.,vni Sum W. Small Is At lucked It Wai All JiZhU He ;;v TIioi"" A. Minor, an Atlanta -Saloon Keeper. THE SCRIMMAGE IN A BARBER SHOP I iv Iv 1 "i t WMcli Will Cause CoiihKI ,nil I.- T;illc-i:tli Belligerent T11 Their S'uW cf the .Story. n Ati'iiita special of to-day tells this: i r(. was a short but lively fight in htrbershop on Peachtree street or;;v nfternoon to day. - 'j i.c participants were Rev. Sam Small ilJ( -acII known evangelist and one of U.,. , '( rs of the anti barrcom move an 1 Thomas A. Minor, a saloon ;ur at 130 Decatur street. Ct'.l .i:; allusions which Mr. Small had ,n i !. in his public speeches at Prohibi tion haii about Mr. Minor and hi3 saloon mo what brought about the attack. Ii ;tcd only about half a minute, and ,sa- over before any one outside of the Itr! er shop could have their attention r:i-t.''l. A - soon ms the news of the scrimmage rru'-heil here a reporter went to the bar htr shop, which is at 11 Peachtree street. Mr. Mnitll was found seated in his bar ber's ch:Jr, wrapped in a. deep study. In his hand he held the broken pieces of his -,,!.! -prelacies, the bridge of which he w,t- twilling thoughtfully. "Now, h-t it hang that way," said the barber, ot hindy, :s lie touched with a srt bru-h the exuberant mustache of the anti saloon!'., "ii will hide the scar." "That's i!," add; d the tonsosial artist, as In- gave a last affectionate touch to the barbegi roi:s appendage, and laid away tlie alum find po'V'N-i which iie hnd been app!vin:r to an :irly boNir.g g.i--!) on Mr. Smaii's uti'U r lip and a bruise or two on his : M e. "Ho-.v did tbi-i happen, Tr. Small 'r" acd the : ( pot ter. "Why, 1 was just getting out of my i iihir," he answered indifferently, "had jnt htid a shave, and this fellow Miner Tom Minor, came toward-? me " "Did Ik; say anything V "X not at first. George, here, thought he wanted a shave, or something, and a-ked him could he do anything for him." "A mi Minor replied ?'' "Yes. He said 'No, this is the man I want'.' and struck at me. I didn't know the man, and was taken by surprise. "lie didn't hurt me much, for I held up my arm thn way, and warded off the blows. l'ietty soon we cluched and fell to the tloor. 1 was the under man. The barber here pulled him off and he went out of the door he said : 'I reckon you'll know Tom Minor now.'" "As I got up," continued Mr. Small, "Minor kicked me in the face, causing this gash on my under lip, and knocking out a front tooth." "Do you know w hat ho attacked you for?" " es. I stated in my speeches as Pro hibition hall that I had been told that policemen were stationed in front of Mi nor's salaou on Decauter street to take care of the hums that came out." "Did you know Minor'" "No; never saw him before." "Was nothing eh-e said "No, th-tt's all." Mr. Small stood up to have the dust bruhed off his clothes and then walked out of flie barbershop w ith his gold spec tacles in his hand. Mr. Thomas A. Minor was found at h:- old stand, l;it; Decatur street, where, he states, he has been dishing out the best of drinks for seven years or more. M r. Minor was behind the bar and there ,V:" no indication that lie had recently been making desperate efforts to mutilate the fair face and tangle the superb mous- ,;1 h- of the Kev. Sam. Small, anti bar-' ''torn advocate. He w.n calm and quiet and smiled complacently when he saw the reporter enter his saloon. ' i en jumping on your Unc'e Sara Nmdl? interrogated the reporter. " ' s, I fte nim a rap or two just to 1( t him know who Tom Minor U." "Why did ou wish to give him so f n ihle and lasting an introduction ;" "Well, you see. 1 have been attending my business and Sam Small has been l lin- iu You know Sam will talk too much when he gets started, and I don't Wiicve he has the right to meddle about my business and make statements which dl injure me and which are not true." ")Vhat has the liev. Sam Small been uug about your was asked. Sunday afternoon," was Minor's re-j'-r. 'am Small said a special policeman W to be stationed in front of Tom Mi "r saloon to keep orper, and to pre- Jni any trouble. Somebody told me -t this and I didn't like it. But I ''L' no ( rt to hunt Mr. Small up." And vou met him in the barbershop V" "I always do my shaving in that bar oP. and I had just had a shave g. tU 1 saw Sam Small come into the 1 alkcd UP to him and said: I ea the side of the jaw. We closed in Brakeman (calling station) Sawyer! Groom (who has jnst taken a surrep fcitiou8 kiss from his bride defiantly) Don't care if yon did: we're mamed. and I threw him on the floor and was giving him a few more taps when the other pergons present pulled me off." "Mr. Small says you kicked him in the mouth," remarked the reporter. "Well, may be I did. I was excited, and only wanted to let him know who Tom Minor is." "And you were in the barbkrshop be fore Mr. Small came in ?" "O. 3res, as I told you I had just had a shave. I always shave there, and my meeting with Sam Small was purely ac cidental." Just as the reporter was leaving the saloon Mr. Minor remarked; "I have been doing business at this stand for seven years and I have alwas kept an orderly place. I don't think Mr. Small or anybody else has the right to make false statements which are calcu lated to injure my business. I attend to my business, and Sam Small must do the same." "And now you are satisfied V" "Yes; Sam Small will know hereafter who Tom Minor is." SAM. JONES GOT THERE. Metropolitan Hal! Crowded to Hear the Georgia Genius. State Chronicle : "Get There." That was the subject of Sam. Jones' lecture last night. An immense crowd heard him. From the first the audience was his, and at the close everybody was pleased. We have not space to,follow the lec ture. It was eloquent, pathetic and hu morous by turns. In it Sam is at his best, and tells some of his best stories. The audience was convulsed, and. the laugh ter was side-splitting. It is a thoroughly enjo'able lecture and is in Sam's best vein. He is coming here next year to preach ten days, and promises to give Raleigh a roasting. Whenever he comes to Ral eigh again it will take a bigger house than we have in the city to hold him. IIE WAS MEAN ! THE MAN AT RALEIGH TAKES ALL THE CAKES IN SiGHT. But Ife Leaves the Diuing IJooin of the Yrtrhor ugh. All Alone in Its Glory. A special to The Globe from Raleigh saj's that the Ya o"ough wes sacked last night. Sneak thieves went through the rooms and took all the plunder in sight.. The amount is not stated in the message. A Special Invitation is Extended to the Delegates of the Presbyterian Synod to examine the hahtdsokze: stock OF- DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, CARPETS, AT- ELLIS, STONE & GO'S, NO. m MAIN STREET. -3? YOUR UMCLK JONES. WHO DID IT WW ? A Horse of A. L. Wiggins Is Badly Gashed. A Reward of $10 Is Offered for the Fellow. IT WAS A MEAN MAN AT BEST People Who Come and Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Readers of The Globe. Last night some miscreant went into the stable of A. L. Wiggins, on McMan nen street, and with a knife slashed a fine colt, ten months old, valued at $100. The poor brute was cut in a dozen and more places, and by this time is doubt less dead. Mr. Wiggins will pay $10 reward for information which will lead to the con viction of she scoundrel who did the work LIVE LOCAL LINKS. COMING AND GOING Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Col. C. F. King, of the Atlanta Jour nal, is at the Claiborn. Mr. L. N. Cox, of Washington, D. C, who has been visiting friends in this city returned heme to-day. Miss Lillian Day returned from Raleigh this morning aud reports an exciting time at the Yarboro last night. Miss Willie Simmons, of Wake Forest, remained over from the marriage and is visiting Miss Lola Rogergs on Mangum street. Mrs. R. E. Lyon and Mr. B. N. Duke returned to-day from New York City where they have been spending several weeks. Supt. E. Berkley, General Freight Ageut J. II. Drake and Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent W. A. Turk, of the R. & D. R. R , passed through io day on a special for Goldsboro. Mr. R. J. Ware, formerly of this city, but now of Winston, stopped over to day on his way to Clarksville, Va. Mr. Ware has lots of Durham friends who were much pleased to sec him again among them. Rheumatism is like sand in the bear ings of machinery. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great lubricator which cures the disease. An excellent remedy for dyspepsia Simmons Liver Regulator C. Masterson. Sheriff of Bibb Co.. Ga. The Dy's Kerord-of Cunent Events in the City aud Vicinity. Read Ellis, Stone & Go's, special ad. for Monday. One ton of shot at the Durham Sup ply company. Pear's soap Pear's soap. Durham Supply company. Full line of E. P. Reed's shoes at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Patapsco and Mayuors best flavors. Durham Supply company. We notice a lot of wagons stenciled "Durham Supply company." Thurber, Whyland 6c Co.'s goods at the Durham Supply company. Cornice poles complete with brass fixtures, 19c. Ellis, Stone k Co. - Porto Rico No. 1 molasses in hogs head. Durham Supply company. Special prices on lace curtains and curtain draperies. Ellis, Stone t Co. Mince meat, currants, prunes, rai sins splendid. Durham Supply com pany. Syrup, honey, X. O. molasses, buck wheat flour, oatmeal. Durham Supply company. See our $1 and $1 50 Foster Paul kid gloves; every pair warranted. Ellis, Stone & Co". California peaches, pears and apples, a fresh and elegant stock, just received at Rosemond's. Table linens and towels are promi nent among the bargains now on sale at Ellis, Stone & Co. Blankets, sheetings, quilts, towels and table" linens in large assortments. Ellig, Stone & Co. The greatest stock of dress goods ever shown on this market can be seen at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Mrs. B. L. Duke will entertain the synod thi3 afternoon and it goes without saying that it will be a pleasant affair. All kinds of fur goods, such as capes, muffs, boas, trimmings, etc., manufac tured specially or us, at lowest prices. Ellis, Stone & Co. Dr. Nye, the well known optician,, will arrive in Durham Saturday and those wishing to consult him will find him at the Claiborn. Now is your time to buy carpets. Our offer is to take room measure, fur nish flax and make carpet free of charge. Call at once and make your selection. Ellis, Stone & Co. A general fire alarm will be turned in hereafter every Monday between the hours of 12 and 12.30 p. m., for the pur pose of seeing that the alarms are in re pair. The fire companies are not ex pected to respond. Lost, a lady's gold watch and chain, watch carved, chain with a small horn charm. Lost either in Trinity church or between there and the graded school. The finder will be rewarded by returning same to this office. A warrant is out for the arrest of Col. J. Ed. Lj'on who is charged with having stolen the Old Man's chin whis kers. Colonel Lyon denies the charge but the evidence is all against him. The fact that he is now wearing them is suf ficient to convict. Sleeplessness, nervous rjrostration. fits, St. Vitus dance, nervousness, hysteria, . . 1 t headache, hot nusnes, nervous avspepsia, confusion, are cured by Dr. Miles' Ner vine. Trial bottles and fine books free at W. M. Yearby's drug store, or address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, ma. FOR DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, and Storo&di disorders, us nnows's mox bitteiis. AU dealers keep it, fl per bottle, Genntoe hftl trade-mark azul crossed red lines on wrapper O- FUR CAPE From the Cheapest to the Finest Grades. Cloaks, Dress Goods, Silks, Gloves, Hosiery and Under wear. Stock very Large and Comprehensive. FULL LINE OF now EEPEES' GOODS, Blankets, Quilts, White Spreads, Sheeting, Etc. We quote the Lowest Possible Prices and will Deliver Goods Free of Charge to any point in the State. BOTH the DAILY and WEEKLY' GLOBE arc read by MORE people than read all other papers in Durham County. THE SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE of these publications accounts for this undoubted FACT. And wherein does thi3 EXCELLENCE manifest itself, you ask. The pa per answers this question. It is both Cleanly written and Cleanly printed. Newspaper men have charge of the Newspaper depart ments, while printers have charge of the Printing departments. In this way ALL THE WORK IS WELL . DONE. The deduction is at once clear: ADVERTISE IN THE PAPER WHICH PEOPLE READ. And in determining which one is read, if you will think a minute you will see that it in the one which LIVE MEN TALK ABOUT. Do vou catch. NEW GOODS I I am opening a Stock of Goods, all new, at the store for merly occupied by JOHN L. MAKKIIAM. 0 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. Promising my best attention and respect, I am yours respectfully, John L. Markham, M. F. Markham, Clerks.