THE GLOHE IS
I CUSSED and DISCUSSED.
THE GLOBE IS
NEVER A TOMBSTONE.
IT IS ALONE roil I.1VK MEN.
EVIDENCE OF I'KO.SPEKI TY.
VOL. II-NO. -DO.
DURHAM, N. C. MONDAY K VJSNIJSG, JDECEMJSiSK 14, 1891.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CALL ITO. 23.
CALL INTO. 23.
THAT THE POSSESSION OF A
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Headquarters for Heavy and
inu &i ci.y-iiciii eu muuuii
Fill and see for vourself. We have 500 barrels Flour from 5tkfi5 to ftfi.ftf) npv hnrrpl 100 Iiovpq T.nnHnn T.nvpr ftmsin- F.000 nmmrU SfinL- Pmulv rj
buckets French Mixture from 6-V to 25 cents per pound ; 500 boxes Penny Goods ; 2,000 pounds Nuts of various kinds ; Florida Oranges and Apples
in abundance. Also Mincemeats, Currants, Jellies, Citron, Cranberries and all other Fruits, Sweetmeats and Confectioneries,
Suitable to Make Life Pleasant or Christmas Enjoyable !
Our stock of Toilet Soaps, Perfumeries, Toilet Sets, Prize Goods, Glassware and Crockery is not surpassed in price or quality by any house in the city, and we propose to
save all who patronize us money on what they buy for Christmas. Orders by mail or from city customers given my own personal and prompt attention. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed or Money Refunded. All goods delivered free on board cars or anywhere in the city limits. Don't fail to call at the RACKET GROCERY
and buy your supplies and be happy. Thanking my friends, customers and thepublic generally for their liberal patronage, I remain your friend,
I THEY CALLED HIM UP
Caldwell Bush Is Called to Tell His
Tale of Woe.
CjI. Noah Harris Will Listen to Much
That Is Said.
BUSH IS UNDER A BOND OF $300
People Who Come and Go- Brief Brevi
ties of Interest to All Headers
of The Globe.
Caldwell Bush w as to day arrested and
placed under "bonds of $300.
lie could not give bonds and he was
sent to jail.
There will be a trial at 3 o'clock but
that is after we have geme to piess.
People who read Turc Glome Satur
dayand who did not? will remember
the charge of shooting.
This is a case which simply rills an
evwnt in all the things going, and then
that is about all.
The case will be duly repoiU-d in this
album of song to-morrow.
LIVE LOCAL LINKS.
The Day's Kecord of Cuirwnt Events in
the City and Vicinity.
Perry's Toy Store is headquarters
for Santa Claus.
Koysler's finest candies just arrived
at Perry's stores.
Electric light fixtures are being
placed in Trinity college.
Full size blankets, from 90 cents a
pair to $12 50. Ellis, Stone & Co.
Ellis, Stone & Co., are selling a gen
uine black cony muff, satin lined, at 5c.
A riue stock of all kinds of fancy
groceries, confections, apples, oranges,
etc., at Perry's.
500 yards extra heavy canton flannel
worth fully 12 cents. Our price 10
cnts. Ellis, Stone & Co.
Extra large size colored bed com
forts, very warm in all grades and
prices. Ellis, Stone & Co.
New lot of ladies Dlain white and
fancy embroidered handkerchiefs, from 5
cents to CO cents each, just opened at
Ellis, Stone & Co's.
Bishop T. B. Lyman will celebrate
his 50th anniversary on the 19th and 20th
Inst. A number of people from oyer the
state will be present on this occasion.
Plain and figured canton flannel cur
tain draperies in very rich designs and
colorings. Cornice poles, complete, with
Fancy Groceries. Fire-works and Christmas Goods at
"What're yergoin tier do ter our 'ouse,
"Goin ter whitewash it, my boy."
"Ob! What color are yer goin ter
whi tewash it?" Judy.
brass fixtures at 19 cents. Ellis Stone
The last persimmon of the season
was gathered to day, by Colonel Al
biight from a hickory bush. It is said
that the colonel struck it with a can
dling stamp, and that this ended it.
The services at the First Baptist
church yesterday awakened such general
interest as to cause them to be protracted
during the week. Accordingly there
will be services every evening until fur
For everything beautiful in the line
of jewelry and silverware take a look
through Postley's jewelry store. The
novelties now being shown there for the
holiday trade are, in number and variety,
beyond anything ever seen before in
Durham. Have the colonel show you
some of his latest.
COMING AND GOING.
Durham People on the Move and Visitors
In the CitT.
Mr. J. W. Cooper, of Cherokee county,
is spending the day in Durham.
Mr. W. K. Cooper is confined to his
room with an attack of the grippe.
Railroad Commissioner, J. W. Good
win, of Lynchburg, is at the Claiborn.
Mr. R. C. Stanford, acting president of
the L. t D railroad is in the city to-day.
Mr. J. A. Aiken, manager Raleigh
Western Union Telegraph office, is here
to day looking after the business of his
Colonel Jack Albright returned to-day
from Graham, where he has been to or
ganize an old bachelor's club. The club,
he says, is & howling success.
j veiieraoie sire, it wouia oe iouy to try to mention tne articles wnicn we carrv in stock. e will mst mention a tew and ask von hi
AND WE HAVE JUST THAT THING
THE GLOBE WILL RAISE IT IE YOU ARE IN
wi will m 12511 m i? so nun is ora
The Old BJortii State Must
resented at the World's
Go at it and send contributions to Leo D. Heartt, Cashier
of First National Bank, Durham or indicate to
us the amount you will subscribe.
THIS IS A PROPOSITION WHICH ALL MUST ENDORSE !
A List of Letters AVaiting Owneri In the
List of unclaimed letters remaining in
Durham postofflce, advertised December
Cobclong, Miss Alice.
Day, Mrs. Nettie.
Foster, S. S.
Ilolden, Nancy; Hurington, Miss Delia.
Johnson, Miss Jennie.
Komkton, Miss M.
Mays, Mrs. Eveline; McCracken, John
M.; Mirt, Mrs. W. R.; Mortion, E. W.
Prise, Mrs. .
Ray, Mrs. C. C.
Smith, Mrs. A. C; Smith, Ben.
Thomas, Josier; Tinsley, J. A.; Tiliey,
Dennost; Turner, Miss Susan.
Williams, Miss Lelia.
W. A. Albright, P. M.
Fur capes and muffs.
Ellis, Stone & Co.
the very Lowest Cash Prices.
Help It ?
ANOTHER BLACK EYE FOR RALEIGH.
The Seaboard Air-Line Company Reduc
ing' Their Force In That City.
The Raleigh correspondent to the Wil
mington Messenger says: A rumor has
been current in this city for the past day
or so whi h causes much uneasiness, not
only to those directly interested, but to
the business community generally. It is
to the effect that after the first of Jan
uary next, the Raleigh and Gaston Rail
road company will discharge about one
half of its working force in the machine
and repair shops.
It may be proper to say that the rail
road authorities here are very reticent
about the matter, but enough is known
to justify the firm conviction that the
directors are determined to pursue the
line of "lopping off" expenses to the
very lowest possible notch. A leading
reason alleged for the cause is the short
age of crops, by which the outgoing and
incoming freight will be much reduced.
So far as the absolute removal of the
shops is concerned, it may be safely said
that it is a mere question of time, de
pendent upon the connecting lines of the
Seaboard system further south.
Listen at Thi!
T. L. McClees has just opened a meat
stall, and while thanking the peopie for
their patronage on fish, desires to an
nounce that he will continue fish and
also meats. Th 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.
We have goods to please
A HORRIBLE CRIME.
Two Ladies and Two Children Found
Murdered in a Cottage.
Jacksonville, Fla , Dec. 12. A New
Smyrna special to the Times-Union says:
Miss A. II. Bruce, Mrs. L. D. Hatch and
her little son, Master Frank Pack wood
were found murdred late this afternoon
in a cottage recently leased by them for
the winter, six miles below this town, on
the east coast of Florida. The throats
of all four wrere cut from ear to ear, and
they had been dead apparently from
eighteen to thirty hours. There i3 no
clue to the murderer. As several tramps
have been seen in this neighborhood
lately, suspicion naturally rests on them.
A posse of nearly fifty men has been
organized and it started to-night on
horse back and afoot for the scene of
the tragedy. The victims had recently
come from the North to spend the win
ter here and were not known generally.
No further particulars are procurable
to night, as the Packwood cottage is
nearly seven miles from a telegraph of
fice. FROM ALL OVER.
About People Who Made News When
Newn Was News.
The Mechanics Mill, Attleboro, Mass.,
was nearly destroyed by fire Saturday
morning, entailing a loss of $ 40,000; in
The American Federation of Lalor
met in annual convention in Uirming
ham, Ala., to-day A large number of
delegates were in attendance.
It is understood at Washington that
Representative Culbertson.of Texas, has
accepted the position of inter-state ser
vice commissioner, and his name was
sent to the senate to-day.
Miss Julia A. Ames, editor of the
Union Signal, of Chicago, official organ
of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, died Saturday morning at the
Homeopathic hospital, lioston, Mass.,
after a short illness.
l'at's Great Wonder.
We are surrounded by dangers all the
way from the cradle to the grave. "The
great wonder is," as Pat says, "that after
getting out of our cradle, we live long
enough to reach our grave." Thousands
are out of health morose, morbid and
miserable, because they do not avail
themselves of the remedy within easy
reach of them. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery would cure them.
For all chronic or lingering Coughs,
Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bron
chitis, Shortness of Breath, Asthma, and
kindred ailments, it is a most potent
remedy. It cleanses the blood, Invigor
ates the liver, improves digestion, and
builds up both fiesh aad strength. Dors
sml! and pleasant to taste. Lirge bot
tlea, one dollar. Of all druggists
- i I
all, from the smallest child to
Z1(Z Jilji m
A FALSE ALARM IN !
Miss Hopkins Rurned Home of Her
The Fire Department Responds hut ft
Seems of No I'se.
BECAUSE THE FIRE WAS PUT OUT
Yet the Crowd from the Churches Filled
the Streets and Were Eager to See
All of the Apparatus Htilrt.
Yesterday as the crowd was coming
from the different churches the alarm of
fire was turned in.
There was much scrambling, and there
was much of that which we call running.
Rut so far a3 could be learned, Miss
Hopkins burned her biscuits just a Httlc
Vet there was the crowd, and there
were the boys and who will say that a
fire cannot be extinguished in this citj
Whether it be biscuits or,
Whether it be a block ?
Let all come !
A a Alabama Physician Knds Hi Life
with a IMstol Shot.
RiK.viiNoriAM, Dec. 12. At UU home
in Dayton to-day, Dr. II. W. Morgan.
imic ji iuc ivo'iiu ln) si;iaus oi nilU'lJe
Alabama, attempted suicide' by taking
morphine. He was revived by tLe
prompt attention of another doctor, who
left him getting along all right; but
scarcely had he gotten out of the room
when the report of a pistol was heard,
and rushing back again he found Dr.
Morgan dying. He had gotten up and
shot himself through the head.
Attendeil with Alarming Fatalities at
Wheatlaxd, Mi xx., Dec. 12. A
diphtheria epidemic is here. Seven
deaths have already resulted from it.
One family lost three childron all they ,
had; another, three which were buried
together. All died the same day. The
fechool is stopped. There are four more
families down with it. They seem to be
effected as much in the head a in the
throat. Doctors here cannot do any
thing for it, and it f still spreading.
They Will Meet.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held to-morrow
(Tuesday) afternoon, at the V. 31. C. A.
parlor. A full attendance is earnestly
desireJ. Time of meeting half past
three. Mus. W. II. Rooriti.
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