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Jjt TnE GLOBE IS $ T CUSSEO and DISCUSSED. fj i ':j - EVIDENCE OF I'KOSPEKI TY. TOE GU)DE i7 ) j; NEVER A TOMBSTONE. it is aum; fob live men. VOL. II--NO. 2G2. THEY INDICTED HIM ! Sain Small's Glass Buster Is Pulled in Court. Small hoes Before the Jury and Has a Talk. MINOR WILL PERHAPS GO UP THERE IVopIe Who Come and Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Reader of The Globe. Tom Minor will be arrested this after noon on a warrant for assault and bat tery. The grand jury indicted him this ! morning n that charge and lie will have to answer it. The grand jury heard of the difficulty between Rev. Sam Small and Mr. Minor yesterday, and this morning that body determined to investigate. of course, the Rev. Mr. Small was the first man subpoenaed as a witness, and lie went before the jurors this morning. They asked him about the difficulty, and he told them in his graphic and inter esting way. He told them about the fight, and in his inimitable style described the partic ulars of the "scrap" in a manner that highly entertained the jurors. The beginning of the difficulty, he said was because of the prohibition question, he being on one side and Mr. Minor on the other. His testimony was full and it is understood that he made qutie an ex tensive speech before be left the room. The result was an indictment against Tom Minor for aault and battery. The dilllculty and its accomplishments attract more and more attention. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The I).i'.h I:to:-I of Curi-nt Kvnts in the City and Vicinity. Read Ellis, Stone & Co's , special ad. for Monday. One ton of shot at the Durham Sup ply company. ort Pear's soap Rear's soap. Durham Supply companr. I'atapsco and Maynors best flavors. Durham Supply company. We notice a lot of wagons stenciled "Durham Supply company." Thurber, Whyland fc Co.'s goods at the Durham Supply company. Fur goods, cloaks and dress goods. See them at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Porto Rico No. 1 molasses in hogs head. Durham Supply company. Monday will be the great dress good's day at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Table linens, napkins, towels spe cial bargains at Ellis, Stone & Co's. Greatest drive of the season in car pets and rugs, at Ellis, Stone & Co's Mince meat, currants, prunes, rai sinssplendid. Durham Supply com pany. Syrup, honey, N. O. molasses, buck wheat flour, oatmeal. Durham Supply company. Foster Raul's real kid gloves, all shades, every pnir warranted. Ellis, Stone A: Co. California peaches, pears and apples, a fresh and elegant stock, just received at Rosemond's. r.uis, btone cc Co , are sole agents for the celebrated E. P. Reed shoes, new line just opened, and every pair war ranted. Members of Durham Hose Comnanv -no. l and the Independent Hose Com-' pany No. 2, are requested to meet Mon day night at 7 30 at No. l's hall. Lost, a lady's gold watch and chain, watch carved, chain with a small horn ( harm. Lost either in Trinity church or between there and the graded school. The finder will be rewarded by returning same to this office. Colonels Lea and SVhitted have The Globe's thanks foi a part of the flower i show which now adorns the office vase and which was much appreciated. The varieties represented in the collection are the largest and handsomest chrysanthe mums grown and carried off the premi ums at the exhibit just closed. The following changes in schedule will be made by the R. & 1). R. R., taking effect November 15: Train No. 10, east bound, leaves Greensboro 10:30 a. m, Durham 12:36 p. m ; train No. 9, west bound, leaves Durham at 7:44 p. m.; ac commodation for Greensboro leaves Dur ham at 12:30 p. m ; east-bound passenger and freight leaves Durham at 5:30 a. m.; vest bound passerger and freight leaves : &t 5:07 a. m., arrives at Greensboro 9:40 a- ni.; train No. 40, on O. &C. R.R.,1 leavp Rt .nn . t 1 chanir P' 'rains un-, cnaned. Same Old Way. Graveler And you say you have a hundred souvenir spoons! Didn't they cost yon lota of money? Traveler Not at all. The waiter" turns his back, and I do the rest. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Mr. Cecil G. Stone, of Raleigh, is in the city. President Winston, of the University, and a party of students are spending the day in the city. Misses Hallie and Mollie Parbam, of Watkins, are visiting the family of Mr. I. M. Reams, on Ramseur street. Mrs. W. A. Hart and children, of Tar boro, are visiting the family of Mr. S. W. Chamberlain, on Mangum street Rev. J. Rumple, of Salisbury, will re main over until Monday and will hold services to morrow morning at the First Baptist church. He is the guest of Dr. A. G. Carr. WHERE TO WORSHIP. What Will be Done at the Different Churches and Who Will Do It. The following are the appointments for preaching to morrow : rilESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. At 11 a. m., Rev. W. E. Mcllwaine, Moderator of the Synod. At 7.30 p. m., Rev. Peyton H. Hoge, D. D., 1st Church, Wilmington. TRINITY M. E. CHURCH. - At 11 a. m., Rev. II. G. Hill, D. D., of Maxton, N. C. At 7.30 p. m , Rev. W. S. P. Bryan, of Asheville, N C. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. At 11 a. m , Rev J. Rumple, D. D , of Salisbury. At 7.35 p. m , Rev. J. Alston Ramsay of Hickory. MAIN STREET M. E. CHURCH. At 11 a. m , Rev. J. M. Rose, Evangelist. At 7.30 p. m , Rev. E. P. Davis, of Winston. COLORED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. At 11 a. m , Rev. J S. Morrow. At 7 30 p. m , Rev. Simon G. Walker. SOME LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT. A Topic on Which AM IIotitekc pcrs.Are I nterestcd. No one thing so tries the temper of a housekeeper or creates more general dis satisfaction in a home than bad lamps, and in no one article of furniture does it pa' so well to get the best. Apprec'ating this fact The Globe de sires to call tbe attention cf its lady- readers especially to the new and elegant line of plain and fancy lamps being now displayed at Lloyd's hardware store, and which is by far the handsomest and most comDlete line of these erooda ever brought r a CD to the citv. They embrace everything in the catalogue of table and hanging lamps, all styles of burners, with and w ithout shades, and at prices ranging all the way from $1.50 to $15.00. They are regular beauties and in addition to being new and ornamental are strong and dura ble, just what is .needed in every home. Ladies when out on a shopping trip cannot spend a half hour with more ! pleasure and profit than in looking through Mr. Lloyd's large and varied assortment oi lamps which are now shown at his store on Main street and on which he is making a special run. A Man Thermometer. Lean men make the best thermome ters. Fahrenheit never invented better ones. If the weather is warm and sunnv they are cheerful. If cold and frosty. iuey aru lrruaoie anu snappy, if damp and cloudy, they are downcast and gloomy. But if either lean or fat men are suffering from biliousness, headache constipation or indigestion, tbe weather will always be damp" and cloudy in their locality, unless they use Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These Pellets Rre small, sugar coated granules, calculated to start the liver and digestive organs jnto healthy activity, and thereby raise low sPirits and disPel gloom. . a : " " An excellent remedy for dyspepsia Simmons , Liver Regulator-C. Masterson, Sheriff of Bibb Co.. Ga. IHJKIIAM, N. C., SATURDAY' EVENING; .NOVEMBER 14, GO AND LOOK AT IT ! The Pale, Cold Luna to Go Glim mering To-mr.rrow. If the Stars Shine Yon Can See Her Hide. IT HAPPENS IN PLENTY OF TIME A Brief Talk About Othei Kinds of Uffbt Than the Moon and How to Get It. To-morrow (Sunday) evening the moon will be full and will get slightly mixed with the shadows of the earth which will result in a total eclipse, visi- tle in these parts. From the Washington Star, (a good source from which to obtain eclinse news) we learn that necessarily a total eclipse of '"the n-bon roust occur when the moon is full, fo in order to pass through the shadow of the earth the sun, the earth, and the moon have all to be in a straight line, and the moon must rise over the eastern horizon exactly at the time that the sun sets in the west. Close obtervers have noticed that when the moon rises at the time the sun sets the former is usually full. This is the sim plest kind of astronomy, and for fuither particulars as to why there is not a lunar eclipse every time the moon gets that way the readers is respectfully referred to any elementary work on this heavenly subject. The particular eclipse that will be vis ible to morrow evening will begin at 0:37 and will end at 8:01, standard time. That is, it will require one hour and twenty-four minutes for the moon to pass through the conical shadow that the earth casts out in definitely into space. It can be readily understood thaMhere are lots of people who are hoping most eargesty that next Sunday evening will be clear and the heavens cloudless, for not only is a lunar eclinse of considerable popular interest and something to he seen, but it is also of some little scientific ualuc as well. ABOUT THREE MEN. What Two Tapers Have Said About Three Different Men. The Elizabeth City Economist says: Our kind readers will pardon us for re curring to a subject that deserves more than a cursory notice. It was first men tioned by The News & Observer, and is' without contradiction, that Col. Carr, of Durham, has proposed to place busts at his own expense in the two niches as signed to North Carolina in Statuary Hall at Washington. Colonel Carr is a wealthy man, but he is more wealthy in character than in the material wealth that vanisheth away. He is the foremost man in North Carolina in works of ben eficence. No work of charity, no work of patriotism, no work of public enter prise but finds Jule Carr its most potent and generous impulse. At his magic touch cities have sprung up in his path way, education has put on its classic robes, charity has reached out its hands in blessing, and now turning in rever ence from the stirring present, of which he is part, to the dead past, he empties his cornucopia upon the memory of those who have honored our old state, who live iu our hearts, but are unrecognized in monuments of broDze or merble. The Oxford Friend says : Our friend and brother, B. L. Duke, of Durham, N. C, has given the Oxford Orphan Asylum $240 to help carry forward a greatly needed enterprise the superintendent has on hand. All we had to do was to men tion our pressing want to this generous brother and lover of our orphans and the money was cheerfully given. He has also promised to remember us in the future as we may need. Many prayers from orphan hearts will ascend to our Heavenly Father for this kind brother and his dear family. If we only had $500, more our enterprise would be fully assured. All we need to accomplish it is a ten horse power engine and a fifteen horse-power boiler. Who will help us get them ? And also says: Col. A. B. Andrews, 2d vice-president of the R. & D. railroad has just written us that he will take all our orphan children to Raleigh on the 13th. of this month, free. This is indeed kind and generous, but it is charateris tic of this big-souled and noble North Carolinian. If the colonel could have seen the beaming faces of our children and heard their loud and continued ap plause when the announcement was made, he would have felt more than re paid for this generous act. Three cheers for Colonel Andrews and the R. & D. railroad. You Can Rely Upon Hood's Sarsapariila as a positive remedy for every form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils, pimples and all other dis eases caused by impure blood. It eradi cates every impurity and at the same time tones and vitalizes the whole system. Constipation, and all troubles with the digestive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner pill. Y.'Mf C. A. Special Services To-morrow and Next Week Cvancellttic Meetings? - The Young Men's Christian Associa tions of the world observe the second week in November of each year as a special season of prayer and effort for young men. Owing to the meeting of the synod this week our local Association will observe this season next week. The men's gospel meeting to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock will be addressed by Mr. Weston R. Gales, assistant state secretary. Subject : "Some Special Sins of Young Men." Mr. Gales has recently entered upon his work in this state. He is a native of North Carolina but for sev eral years past has had charge of a mis sion work in Peoria, Ills., and has had considerable experience in evangelistic work. The singing will be very attractive to morrow afternoon. One or more selec tions will be rendered by a quartette com posed of Prof. L. T. Buchanan first tenor, Mr. R. E.' White second tenor, Mr. J. Ed gar Lheek first bass, and Mr. Vernon Darnall second bass. All young men are cordially invited to attend this meeting. The boys meeting will be held at 3 o'clock as usual and it is hoped that Mr. Gales will be present and say a few words to the boys. He will conduct special meet ings for men only at 8 o'clock each even ing during the week, and meetings for boys on Wednesday and Saturday after noons at 4 oclock. It is also proposed, to hold prayer meet ings in the rooms at 4 o clock on Mon day, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday after noons to be conducted by four of our city pastors. Ladies are especially invited to attend these meatings. HIS LAST. How the Meetings Ended at Winston in the Y. M. C. A. The best meeting yet, at association hall last night, when, after a song service from No. 5, Mr. Gales spoke most feel ingly on Modern Idolatry the emptiness and sin of worshipping money, self and worldliness. He speaks from the heart and his illustrations are most apt and telling. After the aftermeeting there were six to decide for Christ. To-night will be Mr. Gales' last service here, and those who have not heard him should not miss the meeting to-night at 8 o'clock. He will go from here to Dur ham to work out a similar series of meet ings for that association. He has en dearecfhimself greatly to our young men. COTTON MILLS BURNED. A Destructive Conflagration Near Shelby toss Estimated at S3O.00O. Shelby, Nov 13. Laurel Cotton Mills, three miles below Shelby, were totally destroyed by fire this morning. The fire was caused by the gearing becoming overheated, and setting tire to the cotton in the picking room, rapidly spread to the mill. The fire melted a joint of the water works, making them useless. R. B. Miller, the proprietor, estimates his loss at $30,000; insurance $15,000. One of the operators was nearly suffo cated while making his escape. Several of them lost their hats and outside cloth ing. Catarrh, Not Local, but Constitutional. Dr. Dio Lewis, the eminent Boston physician, in a magazine article, says : "A radical error underlies nearly all medical treatment of catarrh. It is not a disease of the man's nose; it is a dis ease of the man, showing itself in the nose a local exhibition of a constitu tional trouble." Therefore, he argues, the use of snuff and other local applica tions is wrong, and while they, seem to give temporary relief, they really do more harm than good. Other leading authorities agree with Dr. Lewis Hence, the only proper method of cure for ca tarrh is by taking a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapariila, which, reaching every part of the body through the blood, does eliminate all impurities and makes the whole man healthier. It removes the cause of the trouble and restores the diseased membrane to proper condition. That this is the practical result is proven by thousands of people who have been cured of catarrh by faking Hood's Sar sapariila. Listen at This! T. L. McClees has just opened a meat stall, and while thanking the people for their patronage on fish, desires to an nounce that he will continue fish and also meats. Thp meat stall will be sepa rate, but all customers will be rightly handled. The best and freshest meats will be sold by him, and at prices lower than the lowest. Keep Warm. Blankets, comforts and white spreads, in large quantities. Ellis, Stoxe & Co. Mr. Weston R. Gales, assistant state secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association will conduct the services it the North Duiham Mission rooms to morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Gales is an earnest and forcible speaker j and all who hear him will be profited. Change of life, backache, monthly trou bles, hot flashes, sleeplessness, dizziness, ! nervousness, are cured by Dr. 31iles' Ner ! vine, recently discovered by the great In '' diana Specialist. Elegant books and trial bottles free at W. 31. Yearby's drug store, or address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. 1891. Cloaks, Dress Monday morning we will exhibit the grandest assort ment of the above goods ever shown on our counters. In Wraps we will show the latest styles. Military Capes beautifully trimmed in ostrich down. Cloaks and Jackets, full length in black, grey and tan, with natural fur trimming. Fur Capes, elegantly lined, very stylish, from 6.50 to $25.00. See them. Ladies7 and Children's Muffs from 59 cents up. Lhildren's Fur Sets, muffs and capes to match, in cream and grey. , - DRESS GOODS! Our Stock is large anil well assorted, embracing the latest Novelties in Bunch, Kough Effects, Camels1 Hair Mixtures, Fancy Plaids, Stripes, Bedford Cords, Serges, Broad Cloths, Henriettas, Etc. Don't fail to see our line of G9 cent Camels Hair Serges. Nothing more stylish shown this season. Full line of shades, including black. 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 this EXCELLENCE manifest itself, you ask. The pa per answersthis 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 is the one which LIVE MEN TALK ABOUT. Do yon catch. NEW I am opening a Stock of Goods, all new, at the store for merly occupied by JOHN L. MARK HAM. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, 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, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Goods, Muffs GOODS I M. F. Markham, Clerks.