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TIIE GLOBE IS THE GLOBE IS CUSSED and DISCUSSED. NtVfcK A TOMBSTONE. 1 y KVIDKNCE OF PROSPKKI TY. IT IS ALONE FOIt LIVE 31 EN. VOL. II--NO. 271. DURHAM, N. C, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1891. PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Amende Uonorable. THE LETTER. we ,v m V CHASED , THEM OUT ! The Mormon Missionaries Take to the Woods. What the Good People of Burlington Did About It. THEY WILL PERHAPS GO ELSEWHERE People Who Come and Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Headers of The Globe. A special dispatch to Tnii Globe, of yesterday, read in effect that two Mor mon missionaries who have been doing all they could about IJurlington and that means a sri a'. d- al weie run out of the town by indignant citizens. All of this kind of i.ews comes in the way of justification comrs in the way of the divine right reaching out. and de stroying the false apo3tles ; comes like justice with muffled feet, trying to show the sinner that he should sin no more. Our information is to the absolute ef fect that the "Missionaries" so called, were routed ; that they fled from the wrath that might soon have been and it was well. It would be, too, a good idea for all people to keep wide away from these people who have a "better way" a good idea to let them alone until there was absolute evidence that you could better your condition. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Tlur Oiiy'K IJeord of Cur'it Kvi i (s in the City and Vicinity. One ton of shot at the Durham Sup ply company. Pear's soap Pear's soap. Duiham Supply company. Ask your grocer for '-Octagon" soap, the best for all purposes. Patapsco and Maynors best flavors. Durham Supply company. We notice a lot of wagons stenciled "Duiham Supply company." Thurber, Whyland & Co 's goods at the Durham Supply company. Genuine California wool blankets in extra sizes. Ellis, Stone & Co. - Porto llico No. 1 molasses in hogs head. Durham Supply company. Fur capes, muffs and boas, in great variety of styles. Ellis, Stone & Co. Extra heavy satine comforts filled with very best cotton. Ellis, Stone & Co. Mince meat, currants, prunes, rai sins splendid. Durham Supply com pany. Foster's real kid gloves, 1.00 and $1.50 every pair warranted. Ellis, Stone & Co. Syrup, honey, N. O. molasses, buck wheat flour, oatmeal. Durham Supply company. Ellis, Stone & Co. are offering the heaviest 25 cent sheeting ever shown on this market. Heaviest and best canton flannel on earth for the price, 10 cents at Ellis, Stone & Co's. E. P. Heed's ladies fine shoes, are growing in popularity. Ellis, Stone & Co., sole agents. When North Carolina gets an ap propriation for the world's fair, pigs will commence to fly. Wait for Colonel Sara Dixon, who was drowned and who will come back to life pretty soon. The regular monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. John Couch, living in West Durham, died last night and will be bur ied to-morrow at Mt. Moriah church, of which she was a member. The wedding bells will ring in Iiuena Vista, Ya., day after to-morrow and a Durham man, Mr. Will A. Williams, will be the hero of the hour. Mr. Williams will be the thankfullest man in Durham Thursday. Died, Saturday night in lioxboro. after a week's illness, Miss Hallin Brooks, the 19 year old daughter of Dr. Zack Brooks. She is said to have been a young lady of many attractions and will be much missed in the circle where she was known and loved. COME AND WHACK. Ttiose Who Owe The Globe Must Come in at Once. Those who are indebted to The Globe on subscription must come in at once and pay something. Otherwise they will all be sued and the judgments sold at public auction to the highest bidder. "Look here, barber, j'on've cut a piece ort of my ear." "Yes, sir. But it's all right. It isn't lost. Here, boy, wrap up this lobe in a piece of pajjer, and be quick about it." COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor in the City. Mr I. R. Strayhorn, of Hillsboro, is in the city to day. Mr. George N. Ennett, of Beaufort, is visiting friends in Durham. Mr. John W. Graham, of Hillsboro, was a Durham visitor yesterday. Messrs. A. VV. Graham and Robt. W. Winston spent yesterday in our city. Col. Robt. E. Carr was in town to-day. lie claims that he is the successor of the 'Uncrowned King of Joppy." Mr. R. H. Iiarbee left to day for Nelson in response to a telegram stating that his father was not expected to live. Mr. R. L. Davis, manager Trinity Ar chive, stopped over yesterday on his way from Chapel Hill, where he had been to attend .the game of football Friday. Mr. Will A. Williams, telegraph oper ator at the D. & N. depot, left to day for Buena Vista, Va., where he goes to take a Risque of a peculiarly interesting na ture. He will have an assistant on his return. CENTRAL M. E. CHURCH. The Handsome Edifice to Be Dedicated To-day. The news and Observer of yesterday says : Central M. E. Church, that ele gant structure which, after much labor, was completed only a few months ago, is to be dedicated to-day by Bishop C. B. Galloway. It is indeed a handsome structure and one of which its congregation and pastor may well feel a just pride. Few church edifices in the state surpass it. Its inte rior is strikingly elegant in design and finish and at once impresses al who en ter the splendid auditorium. The Sun day school room which in itself is suffi cient to accomodate a hirge congrega tion, can be thrown into the main audi toriu n by large folding doors. There is also a handsome study in ttie building. The gratitude of the congregation of Central M. E. chuich will go out to Rev. Dr. L. L. Nash, the pastor of the church, for his indefatigable lab is which have so largely been instrumental in bringing i to a successful completion the conti-.u-.- j tion of this splendid edifice. He has b'en untiring in his work and acc m plishcd much in securing subset iptions both in and out of the city to aid in building the chuich. It is a handsome monument to his labors. This beautiful church building is lo cated on the corner of North Person and East Martin streets, two squares east of the capitol, in one of the finest parts of the city. The building is of brick, and cov ered with slate, and the board of trus tees estimate the value at $'22,000. It is one of the most beautiful church build ings in the state, and represents the faith and pluck of a heroic congregation and an energetic pastor. Four years ago this congregation worshipped in a hall on Fayetteville street, having sold their old church and parsonage property for $4,500 and bought the lot on which the prasent edifice now stands. They have had four years of unusual growth and development, and today will dedicate their new church building to the worship of God. Rev. L. L. Nash, D. D., the pastor, under whose efforts this work has been accom plished, closes his four years of labor here this year and will go to another field. The affection and esteem of his congregation and of the community gen erally will go with him. Dr. Nash's bible cla; s will present him with a gold pen and pencil this morning in token of their affection. Popularly called the king of medicines Hood's Sarsaprilla. It conquers scrofula, salt rheum and all other blood diseases. iv Torn hack jlcmes, Jyou are all worn out. really good for noth ing, it is general debility. Try BROWX'S lit OS JtlTTEHS. It will cure you, cleanse your liver, and gift a srood ippetita. . Ladies cloaks and military caps, in latest styles. Ellis, Stone & Co. AS THEY COME iW ! The Landlords Propose to See That They Lose Nothing. Rents Are Coins Up in All Directions of Town. ASSESSORS HELPED SKIN TENANTS Some Wonderful Tales Told of Those Who ' Are in the Hands of the Relent less Landlords. It is related, and our informant is luck- j ily a man who owns his own home and who does not submit to unjust exactions, that the various landlords, from the en-' terprising A. M. Rigsbee, down, are just j now raising the rents on all their tenants. ' This is caused by the fact that the last j board of as-essors raised the rates on j these precious drones these skin flints j and misers who build cheap houses with j ne'gro labor cheaper than the slave and j who exact from the white man about 40 per cent on the shambling investment cost. It would be a precious good thing for Durham and for the people who are robbed in this peculiar adoption of the highwayman's tactics, which is stand and deliver. If every house owned by a miserly landlord in this city were empty. Take the cheaply thrown together sheds of creatures like A. M. Rigsbee and what have you got ? Go look at them and the answer will be in one voice even if a thousand men ask or answer. Just so long as such men build their frail and unsightly shanties and exact big rents just that long will Durham be held down. With rents going up as they are, it would be a mean man who would ask any one here to live or to do business in a rented shanty. Men who have made a fortune with one pump should not seek to shelter their condition with one tumble down and rackety shanty or a dozen of them. GETTING ALONG- The Mangum Building on Main Street Now Nears Completion, and is Fine. The Mangum & Son building and the finest on Main street S. L. Leary, archi tect, is about completed on the outside, and is indeed an imposing building. Michaels & Co., the live druggists, will occupy the building. Boone & Parker, we understand, will have their law office in the second story, giving them much better quarters than their present place. By the first of the year, if not sooner, the building will be occupied, and it is a credit to the city. With about a dozen more such build ings on the same street, Main would loom up in great style. And we understand that more will j e mie with the spring. A BiG STORY. Dr. Jnhnsoii Jells Colonel II. M. Kose moiid a Hig 'I'ossum Story. Dr. Johnson he of Rooster Powder fame this morning stood in front of Rosemond's fruit emporium, next to where Professor Cole had his great empo rium shoe sale in the old days and Dr. Johnson said: "This morning I caught a 'possum in my cellar that weighed fourteen hun dred pounds." Colonel Rosemond did not say a word. He could not. He locked up the store and left. Dr. Johnson is still standing there waiting to hear what Rosemond has to s .y about it, but he will perhaps stand there forever. Rosemond could not stand everything FIVE-WHEEL STREET CAR. It Can Jump the Track With Ease, and Jump Back Again. An improved street car, which has been tried in Brussels, is fitted with a fifth w heel, so that it can be readily made to leave the rails and be replaced again when desired. The fifth wheel is placed in the forward part of the car, and the other wheels are then free to leave the rails when there is an obstruction in the line of route. When it is desired to re place the car on the rails the conductor unclamps the guide wheel, and the other wheels are thus made to regain the rails. This form of car is found to be value in crowded streets. 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. The 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. Bow Trinity College Crows Over the De feat of the "Varsity" Boys. In addition to the overwhelming vic tory won by Trinity in Colombia, S. C, over the Furman University team, an other of much greater importance was scored at Chapel Hill on Friday, Novem ber 20. Although the Chapel Hillians had a decided advantage, in that the game was played on their own grounds, they found their opponents too much for them, and the result of the game was 6 to 4 in favor of the Blue. The "Varsity" men did some heroic playing, aod it was with some difficulty that Trinity stopped their quick and powerful . rusl es. Their tackling was especially good, and the team-playing in general indicated careful training. The Trinity boys were delighted with the cordial manner in which they were received, as well as with their fair treat ment during the game. And it is only with pleasure that they think of their too short visit to the University. The best of feeling prevailed through out the game, and the argument adduced by many against football, that it is im possible to play a game without a "rucus," was proven to be utterly false. Indeed it should be beneath the dignity of college students to be guilty of such unthought edness. Trinity plays the University of Vir ginia, in Richmond, the 28th of Novem ber for the championship of the South. Manager T. C. F. B. T. AS HE WROTE IT. What Boykin Said to Colonel Burgwyn About the State and Himself. The following letter from Dr. Boykin, of Baltimore, which we are kindly per mitted to publish, explains itself, and is not only of local interest : Baltimore, Nov. 17,1781. Col. W. II. S. Burgwyn, Henderson, N. C. My Dear Sir: The committee of business men in Baltimore who raised the money to send the Fifth Regiment, and went with it, all returned safe and well. We were all delighted with our trip, and will never forget the overwhelm ing kindness of all ; and especially with your elegant breakfast. We all of course, regretted very wuch, your ina bility to be present. Some officers of the command were fortunate enough to know you. Those who did not have that honor and pleasure were especially and pecu liarly unfortunate in not meeting you. The Regimental officers, business men ; and all, agree in one opinion : that they all had a royal good time and that North Carolina is a great state ; that her citi zens are the best in the world, and her women are the prettiest. With many thanks for my part of the enjoyment, I am, dear sir, as ever, Yours very sincerely, T. J. Boykin. SPLIT IN "THE ALLIANCE. Anti-Sub-Treasury Men Will Hold a Con vention In December. Indianapolis, Nov. 20. Chairman W. S. McAllister, of the anti-sub-treasury alliance executive committee, this morn ing issued a call for a national conven tion of anti-sub-treasury alliance men to be held at Memphis, Tenn ,on December lGth. This is the first move to organize an opposition to the alliance, F. M. B. A. aud people's party, and is the result of the refusal of the alliance to hear the protest of the McAllister faction. There will b$ no formal indorsement or co operation between the alliance and F. M. B. A. and people's party. The exec utive committee of the people's part' this morning decided not to push its de mands for indorsement. The committee thinks that at the na tional convention of the party next sum mer a platform can be built that will serve the common political purposes of every industrial organization in the coun try. Jerry Simpson says that the con solidation of all these interests will be the direct result of the confederated unions' conference next February. NOW READY. A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. The Trinity Land company who.it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinilv college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to any person desiring to build. It is the intention of the company to build up a nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. Simply Wonderful. Full length pure merino jersy gloves, worth .j0 to CO cents. Our price 39 cents. Ellis, Stone & Co. If you are dull and stupid yonare bil ious and need tonic Take Simmons Liver Regulator. LOT On Saturday, December 5, 1891, Commencing at 10 o'clock, wc will oiler for sale to the highest bidder, some six to ten VERT DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOTS IN THE BUSINESS PORTION OF DURHAM, Situated on Church Street, between Parrish's Warehouse and the Court House (near Main Street), and in every respect most desirable for business. Size of lots about 25x80 feet, and are so well located that with good houses erected thereon would always pay a big interest on investment. Also we will offer at the same time 15 to 20 Beautiful Lots for Resi dences, situated on Cleveland Street, near intersection of Mangum Street, with new street to be openrd through property. These lots arc very desi rable, and in a good neighboihood. If you want a home you cannot do better than to Buy and Build. If you want to make money Buy and Hold Size of lots, 50x150 feet. All of the above property must be sold to make assets, or it would not be offered for sale at this time. No doubt it will bring much higher prices after awhile, tnerefore be wise and attend the sale, and secure a bargain. Sale to begin with lot on Church Street, next to The Globe building. Terms One-Third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months. Don't Forget the Day. FULLER & WHITrED, Trustees. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS I AT THE POPULAR FIRM OF They are being shown in all the New Styles, embracing the 30-inch Rufers which are so stylish, together with the Military Capes which are so stylish and seem to suit the ma jority of the trade. WIS i r JlTIL Plain Garments, Tailor-Made Garments, Fur-Trimmed Garments in Black, Grey, Tan and Mode prices, $5.00, 7.50, 8.50, 10.(K) and up. Full line of sizes from 32 to 42. Don't Delay, but Purchase Now ! While the assortment is unbroken. We guarantee a fit and satisfactory price. WE HAVE IN STOCK IN CAR LOADS Sugar, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Meat, CORN, SIIIPSTUFF, OATS, BRAN, Salt, Hay, Lime, Shingles, Laths, Nails, flows and flow Castings. wA3-oisrs I "Old Hickory" and "Piedmont." Buggies and Wagons and Harness. 100 Cheese, Snuff and Tobacco. 10,000 Pairs Shoes. 5,000 Domestics, 5 to 10 cents. Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Guns and Hunting Outfits. Hardware of every description, and everything in DURHAM SUPPLY GOMP-ai J. II. FKEELANI), Manager. A.YE ADED I a General Store. 3 PAUTIIIXG'S OLD STAND,