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3. N-NN-V- r 1T M AixjNJErou uvb men. ft THE GLOBE IS PUBIlAMt X' C" THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 26. 1891 . Z r"!?? --- iriiii; hi v h: : h. !irii -Of.. n-NO. 274 JUMPED OFF THE CAR A Special from Hillsboro Tells Wylde's Story. The Globe Still Printing News When It Is News. THE BIGAMIST IN THE WOODS NOW People Who Come and Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Readers of The Globe. A telegram from Greensboro to the Richmond Dispatch says the citizens of that place aie surprised to li. ar of the arret of George II. Wylde, of Kinston, for Wgamy Wylde lived until recently at Greensboro, but was known to have come from Knglaud ten years ago. He was a prominent man in ihe Young Men's Christian Asrciation there and was, in fact, excessively rel uious in his ta-Uea and a great ladies' man. The la dies seemed to be very fond of his so ciety. About a month ago he married Miss Lizzie Monroe, of Greensboro, daughter of Mr. W. M. Monroe. Abou the time of the marriage a rumor go afloat that Wylde had a wife in England, and a young lady who had received at tention f-om him wrote to England mak ing inquiries. Letters have betn re celved oy Mr. Wingate and also by the young lady, from England, from Wylde's former wife, who say Wylde has a wife and six children living, and lhat his wife was in great distress at the news of her husband's perfidy. Up to a month ago the wife had received money regularly, but her husband had written that he was sick and not working. Mr. Monroe was informed of the facts, a warrant sworn out and the sheriff of Guilford county telegraphed to the sheriff at Kin ston to hold Wylde for bigamy, which was done at once. Mr. Monroe took the down train for Kinston with the neces sary papers. A special telegram to The Globe says that just as the train left University Sta tion, the gay and festive Wylde jumped through a window of the train and after much floundering dropped all O. K. He will be caught although now he is in the woods of North Carolina. Hope sometimes is a good thing, and if Wylde's other wife was hold of one end of it But no matter. Never Judge by Appearances. The Summer Boarder Little boy, I can't swim. Is the water very' deep? The Boy Naw; only up terme neck. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Record of Current Event in the City and Vicinity. One ton of shot at the Durham Sup ply company. Found, a pair of gold eye glasses. Call at this oflice. Pear's soap Pear's soap. Durham Supply company. Patapsco and Maynors best flavors. Durham Supply company. We notice a lot of wagons stenciled "Durham Supply company." Thurber, Whyland & Co.'s goods at the Durham Supply company. Genuine California wool blankets in extra sizes. Ellis, Stone & Co. Ladies cloaks and military caps, in latest styles. Ellis, Stone & Co. - Porto Ilico No. 1 molasses in hogs head. Durham Supply company. A big break of tobacco came to tlaj. The wet weather does the business. If you are due any taxes, according to the notices out, j-ou must whack. Fur capes, muffs and boas, in great variety of styles. Lllis, Stone & Co. Extra heavy satine comforts filled with very best cotton. Ellis, Stone & Co. Mince meat, currants, prunes, rai sinssplendid. Durham Supply com pany. Foster's real kid gloves, 1.00 and f 1.50 every pair warranted. Ellh?, Stone & Co. The regular meeting night of K. of P. lodge will be Friday night instead of Thursday. Syrup, honey, N. O. molasses, buck wheat flour, oatmeal. Durham Supply company. Agents wanted Free prepaid outfit THE DAY IS DONE ! Where Services Were Held This Morning. Something in Brief About the Day of Thanks. SERVICES AT THE Y. M. C. A. HALL Reporters Fail to Find Much That Will Help Those M ho Want Some Real New. BANK FAILURE IN WILMINGTON. 'Hi! This makes me feel young again." "Help! Help!" Doors of the Fr,t National Bank Have Closed Wilmington, X. C., Nov. 25. The First Xational bank of this city ha3 failed. It one of the oldest national banks in the state, and its stockholders are among the wealthiest citizens of the state, and its stockholders are among the wealthiest citizens of the state. The bank has not i been in a prosperous condition for along i time and t h a tiomni c, . i. I - "v-jo ui i uc ucw onicers , to save it have resulted in failure. i It 13 SUDDOSed that lh i Services were held to-day at the First , under the presidency of Mr. Burruse , Baptist church union services. j wbile regrded as an honest man, ' t t wi . ; wa!sno1 a aiscreet and wise officer. The J. L. hue, A. .A. Butler and C. A. late Mr rt. , , , i ' j :t v""wuiu, v uu succeeaea as j W oodson w ere iu the pulpit, j A large crowd gathered and the ser vices wvre to the point. There was nothing at Trinity, the preachers being absent at conference. The Y. M. C. A. held services this af ternoon, and a good crowd gathered there The business houses were closed for the greater part of the day, and the town was quiet. LOT BALE v A BIG REWARD. "Little boy, why didn't you tell me vou were built like a sriraffe! Life. The Chief of Police Gets a Circular from the PInkertons About a Big Theft. Woodall, chief of the Durham police force, got a message this morning con cerning a theft at a depot in Cincinnati. A thousand dollars reward was offered for the arrest of a man who stole a grip sack, 16 inches square, filled with very valuable jewelry. Xo such a man has been found in Dur ham. Yet it will occur to those who think, that the sack was very valuable. TOBACCO TALKS. Rev. Alex Walker Gives His Views on the Tobacco Market. We have had an other rain but not a good tobacco season, but at the same men have earned from $70 to $100 a week for years past. P. O. Box 1371, Xew York. 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. Reed's ladies fine shoes, are time it has caused a considerable increase growing in popularity. Ellis, Stone & m lDe receipts ot leaf. We are having uo., soie agents. " uay saies ana prices show some ad -It is related as a matter of fact that bu' w,?ether thS advance wiU be ChM WnnrUll nntifinri TrVi I wucn we nave gooo seasons ley, the tailor, to keep his goose up, or f0F ;hMdl,nS is matter Jo be determined he will run them hnth in Tt Thonta. uau - i i i i ... - o.r ,i dni f . i iu ue iiuuuen in me qaamy or tne re- giving day, and the Chief wanted a goose . . e 4, H , for hi dinner ceipts for the Past two weeks The crop snows a larger per cent of good tobacco Members of the D. L 1. are com- than we had anticiDated. iudfffnir from . , ... I 1 " o manded to meet in their armory Friday, the quality of the ear y receipts of the iNovemoer a, at 6 p. m., tor annual in- crop, but at the same time we still hold spection by Gen. A. L. Smith. Inspec- that the crop is wanting in character, tion win tate place in rarnsli ware- and not to be compared to the 1890 crop house. By order of Lieut. T. J. Win- We expect still larger receipts as soon as sion. On Saturday, December 5, 1891, Commencing at 10 o'clock, we will offer for sale to the' highest bidder, some six to ten VERY DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOTS IN THE BUSINESS PORTION OF DURHAM, Situated on Church Street, between Parrish's Warehouse and the Court 5?" rV' and in CVrr re5Icct most desirable for business. Vn 8 abUt 25?? eet' and arc so wel! ,ocate(1 with good houses erected thereon would always pay. a big interest on investment. A fe W1 at ,lh0 8amo time 15 t0 20 Beautiful Lois for Resi- president, found the bank in . -k.a . with n ;rrr.. "J ucar ""crecciiop oi Aianguin Street, Hilon. .d applied himself to puuing it rable, and i in good LeV.hS PFPCr 1 hCS ,0t8 Qr dcsi" on a accuro basis. Upon his death Mr. If you want a home you cannot do better than to 3uy and Build If ' accePd the presidency. The you want to mate ipuncy Buy and Hold Size of lots, 50x150 feet, other omcers were G. Herbert Smith All of the above I i t. . , i--r J - ijvin kj iuac usjcib, Ui II WOU1U not II. M. Bowden, ? offered for sale at this time. No doubt it will brinir much hmher nrioM alter awhile, therefore be wise and attend the sale, and secure a bargain, bale 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 & WHIMED, Trustees. vice-president, and cashier. The following notice was nosted on the dooor of the First Xational bank this morning; "In consequence of the stringency in financial affairs and their inability to meet further demands, the directors of this bank have decided in the interest of all concerned to suspend business until further notice." Xobody is admitted. The officers are in the bank, every entrance to which is closed and it is impossible now to get any statement as to the condition of its affairs. The capital stock is $250,000. The tast published statement shows deposits of $405,000. An employee of the bank. who is familiar with its affairs, has ex pressed the opinion that the depositors would suffer no loss. Large crowds are gathered around the bank discussing the situation, but the ex citement is of a subdued character and everything is comparatively quiet. The Bank of Xew Hanover and the Wilming ton Savings and Trust Company are not allected by the suspension. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS! AT TiE POPULAR Flint OF COME AND WHACK. AN AWFUL STORY. we have a good tobacco season. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. Colonel Bob Lyon Kills Some llig Wild Game on Hi Last Outing. Colonel Bob Lyon called at this office this evening and we stop the press and the carriers to announce tht he, or his ast outing, killed a real lied Polar Rear, an Apache Injun and 14 Mormons. Mr. Lyon is a gentleman who with- Important to Those Who Do Not. Pay Billa Promptly. A number of bills are due us on sub scription and advertisements, and many of them are worn out in being carried around for a year or more and still they are not paid. Tl.ose 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.' 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 AVIE LOOK AT THIS. Why Not Build a Home and Stop the Re morseless Kent Fiend? Dr. J. L. Watkins now offers 20 fine building lots in 250 yards of and fronting Trinity college elegant location and they will be sold as cheap as anything on the market. If you want something really valuable something that must en hance in value, see Dr. J. L. Watkins, of Durham, and a bargain is yours. Can You Eat Ileartiiy, with relish, and without dis tress afterward ? If not, we recommend to you Hood's SarsaDarilla. which creates a goou appetite ana so invigorates the I m V. 1 u .... r . j . Diumam uu uoweis mat me iooa is prop erly digested and all its nutriment assim- naieu. Hood's Pills are Durelv vegetable, ner- fectly harmless, effective, but do not Plain Garments, Tailor-Made Garments, Fur-Trimmed Garments in Black, Grey, Tan and Mode prices, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 and up. Full line of sizes. from 32 to 42. Don't Delay, but Purchase Now ! j While the assortment is unbroken. We guarantee a fit and satisfactory price. 1, .1 : a C . l rpi - i nr. ... m i i i.i- 1 liC euiiurs oi uoiu i ne sun ana ihe out guile and he makes this announc e . Globe have turned over a new leaf. r iwX, q;q .i0 i . . iney expect pay tor value received. Un- Vt lJdlu or S"Pe- ue 8Ure 10 get LiATeh Since the above was in type h . . 1 I Hood s. li l-ffvflll w wj u ru v J 1 1 T v 11 n v- m l n Mr. Lyon brought to this office a Mor- , . .v, 1 1 a .1 . -e u 1 j 1 sonable number of presentations; or sal mon and explained that if he had been . - A ., 1 , . .j, 111 .it.. isfactonly arranged by calling on the married he would have married 14 times. ... , it s . J, ... s A . tm ; .1 ill- 1 cuiiuis ui lue lurnam uaioes, a hsi win I Ins explains the whole business and , , , , . 11 .1 . 1 1 . . uc uiauc 01 uauies anu amounts anu puo- corroborates all that has been printed . , . 4l . il. . above lished in the respective papers. This Ar r .... , . matter must oe attenaea to at once. Mr. Lyon will hunt no more for sev eral days. mow ocAnv COMING AND GOING Iurl)ii:n People o-n the Move and Visitors In the CltT. A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. The Trinitv Land comoanv who. it will It j 1 - be remembered, bought the T. B. Lvon Raleigh to visit Triends. land near Trinity college onlv a few Mr. Charles Thomas went to Raleigh 'ff 9 aghe already had the property to day to take in the last of the exposi- oli fna p,auea in Dlce streel9 ana tion and take thanksgiving with f,prfa lotS' and are D0W read t0 Sel1 the lots 10 any person desiring to build. It is the TWENTY HEAD HORSES AND MULES, intention of the company to buildup a sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of this company to try to make a fortune ... . . . , ... nn . , . wuvw u. jc or prices, eic, appiy 10 j, d e have just arrived with 20 head of ' , a. . .... . W arren. eeneral manager nr C. A Jnr , 0 0 1 - - " A Chance to Buy a Saddle Horse r Drlv lug Horse at Auction on Saturday. saddle and driving horses, and mules We will sell them at auction Saturday next, the 28th, and all may get a bargain at Sear's livery stable. Morris & Kemper. Sickness Among Children, dan, secretary and treasurer. 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 he sena- rate, but all customers will be rightly than the lowest. Especially infants, is prevalent more or by giving proper nourishment and handled. The best and freshest meats wholesome food. The most successful J De sold by him, and at prices lower and reliable of all is the Gail Borden "Eagle" Brand Condensed Milk. Your grocer and druggist keep it. Simply Wonderful. Full length pure merino jersy gloves, worth 50 to 60 cents. Our price 39 cents. Ellis, Stone fc Co. An excellent remedy for dyspepsia Simmons Liver Regulator C. Masterson, Sheriff of Bibb Co.. Ga. Happy and content is a home with The Ro chester ; a lamp with the light of the morning:, dialogues, write Rochester LmpCo..NewYork. agents wanieu rree picpmu uum OU auu ucou to energetic men. Several of our sales- Liver Regulator. If you are dull and stupid you are bil-1 Simmons Liver Regulator cures gen ious and need tonic Take Simmons eral debility and will give yon new lease on life. Both Saint and Sinner. It troubles the sinner and troubles the saint. It's a troublesome, trying and nasty complaint "j" iuiuh 11 mcuraoie ; 1 ten you it ain t. Excuse the grammar; it's the truth I'm after, whether grammatically or un gramatically told. The truth is, that catarrh can be cured. The proprietor of Dr. Sagre's Catarrh Remedv offer 500 for an incurable case of Catarrh in the Head. The Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache, oosiruction ot nose, aischarges falling into the throat, sometimes profuse, wa tery and acrid, at others, thick tenacious, mucous, nurulent. bloodv. nutrid and offensive; eyes weak, ringing in the cars, aeainess ; oitensive breath, smell and taste impaired, and general debility. Only a few of these symptoms likely to be'present at once. Dr. Sage's Remedy cures the worst cases. Only 50 cents. oia oy aruggist, everywhere. O DED VI OF HSfJ WE HAVE IN STOCK IN CAR LOADS Sugar, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Meat, CORN, SIIIPSTUFF, OATS, BRAN, Salt, Hay, Lime, Shingles, Laths,- Nails, Plows and Plow Castings. a-oiLsrs EaSltT. Ou irk I Orm 3 n An lw Da. ..knf Xerfonmea, Debility, and all tee train of erlls from early errors or later excesses, JT? ultt ot overork, sickness, worry, etc Full strength, derelopmeDt, and tone Riven to eTery 0rV.,5L.. portion of the body. Siaple. natural memoa. immediate tmproremeot seen. Failure Impossible. 2.0U) referesces. Bork. explanation Qdpri.lf2ma,1K3 '&le3) free. Address ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. POOL & PUGH Uld IIickorr" an(1 "Piedmont." Buggies and Wagons 5 nnfl TTnrnosa Contractors and Builders, 100 cheese, Snuff and Tobacco. 10,000 Pairs Shoes. o,000 iJomestics, o to 10 cents. Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Guns and Hunting Outfits. Hardware of every description, and everything Jn a General Store. DURHAM SUPPLY GQIVIPillYnr, J. H. FREELAND, Manager. FAItTIIING'S OLD STAND. DUKHA3I, N. C. All Work Guaranteed and Prices Very Low. WANTED ! to furnish satisfactory evidence as to ae. A n.. . a 1 W . V J . . 1 T. iiuiavicrauu LUSUiLS. dUUIT HI IUULUB UVtT ciotninff More, Durbam, N.C I j 1 J i : t S i i I 1 1 f ; i l : i