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i! n TITE GLOBE IS tlam IS) i CUSSED and DISCUSSED. V the ot.oie is NEVER A TOMBSTONE. ir is alone ion uvi: men. : 1 f!. J; EVIDENCE OF PROSPEKiri'. 1 1 VOL. IT--NO. 29 J. DUKIIAM, CM TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1891. PRICK FIVE CENTS. HE WAS NOT KILLED The Drayman for Elliott Was Not Killed To-day. IT NOW IS! V I How the Yam Farm Will Soon Be Replenished. He Was Simply Dragged a Long While Through Space. Keautiful Pedigree of Some Very Beaatifal Hogs. HE MUST HAVE STRUCK HIS HEAD THE GEESE WILL VACATE THE PEN He The Mean Old Thing. J 1 O tiii a IWw J) i I i Wit r: People Who Come and Go Hrief Brevi ties of Interest to All Headers of The Globe. There was a bad runaway on Corco ran street this afternoon and the under taker came as near getting a job as un dertakers often do to miss it. The individual in charge of A. G. El liott's dray was driving down Main strtet when his horse took fright and dashed down Corcoran street, throwing the driver from the seat and dragging him about fifty yards. His foot, which had gotten hung in the lines, held him fast to the vehicle, and in his confusion and dismay he could not collect his senses sulliciently to extricate himself. When picked up the man was to all ap pearances a dead negro. He was limber and gave no signs of life. Recovering from his fright, however he was discovered to be still on earth and as we go to press is again in the seat and master of the situation. Iut the next time lie drives he will hold the lines. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. B. ; ! I n X The Day's !!ord of Cm rent I'vrnts the City and A ii inity. in Perry's Toy Store is headquarters for Santa C'a is. Royster's finest candies just arrived at Perry's stores. Full si.o blankets, from 00 cents a pair to 12 50. Ellis, Stone & Co. Leave your orders for celery with J. li. Gattis, corner Main and Church streets. Ellis, Stone tfc Co., are selling a gen uine black cony muff, satin lined, at 50c. A fine stock of all kinds of fancy groceries, confections, apples, oranges, etc., at Perry's. Husband (kindly) My uar, you ' avo nothing decent to wear, have 3'ou? Wife (with alacrity) No, indeed, I have not; not a tiling. I'd be ashamed to be seen anywhere. My evening dres3 has been worn three times already. Husband Yes; that's just whai I told BifMns when he offered, me two tickets for the theater for tonight. I knew if I took them they'd only be wasted, so I just got one. You won t mind if I hurry off. London Thoughts. HE ESCAPED. Dr. Roberts Makes a Narrow Escape Last Evening. Dr. Roberts' horse was frightened by the Ilayti band yesterday evening, and People Who Want Sour Milk Must Call Itcfore the Wacon Gets Here or They "Will he Too Late. IIiLLsiioiiO, N. C, Dec. 15, '91. Mr. Al Fairbrother, the Hummer with Hoins and "Tushes," Durham, X. C : My Deah Sir Bv a wagon, which will arrive at Durham about noon to morrow, I w ill send you a pair of pigs. Their pedigree is as follows : The father was a pure bred Poland China, and the mother was an "alf and alf" Yorkshire and Berk- re. Go at once to the yam farm and put the geese in the garret, so that the pigs may occupy the pen. Accept themj please, from Yours, etc , K. E. Cark, Agriculturist, horticulturist, pomologist and all-around horny-handed son cf toil, Occoneechee Farm, N. C. A BURGLAR CAPTURED. He Carries a Diary Which Makes Dam aging Disclosures Against Him. INBTON, Dec. 14. A SUSplClOUS he made an attempt to catch it. The looking white man about thirty years of I v iiivcB ilia uauic ao wiine il luuia-u as : t lff vyns a. aiicsicu iu a uai u iuii ui iuuaj was done. A TRUE REVIVAL. James Prather however, and for a while it though something serious had happened. DV the officers. Judging from the strange The dog which always accompanies man's actions it is evident that he is a t . c i. : i. l the doctor held the fort and no damage memuer vi me gaug wnn nuS uccu doing so much burglary work in a num ber of Virginia and North Carolina towns for the past several months. In Prather's possession was found a large bundle con taining a number of valuables, such as a lady's gold breast pin, wratch and chain, and matches beside a lartre bunch of kevs. which would fit locks of almost every description, including a bank safe At the trial before Mayor Mast this morn in? Prather admitted that he was a run- awav from Erie. Pa., for stealing. In his pocket was a little note book which con tained the history of his travels, ect. In i he says he has been through Virginia Oxford Shaken from Centre to Circumference. The Oxford Day says: As the good work is going on so satisfactorily Evan gelist W. P. Fife has decided, despite his engagement elsewhere for to-day to con tinue his meeting in Oxford to Tuesday night and probably to Wednesday even ing. Our prices, he found, were cheaper by half, men pieaseu mm so lie naa to laugh. There was nothing he saw he couldn't afford. We gave him such bargains he fairly roared. I H 1 J SMILES T And so will you when you see our Holiday Stock. Instead of laughing in your sleeve you will laugh in your stocking, which won t seem half lug enough to hold the gifts you covet. People With Big Feet ! Will be proud of the fact when they realize the Bargains that will go into the big stocking. We cant spare space to give a list or our stock, and to attempt to judge of our display by samples wouldhe like lying clown on one feather to judge how a feather bed would feel. You can't PUT THE OCEAN IN A TEA CUP! And wre can't put a list of goods in an advertising space. Come and see the goods; that's the only way. Feast your eyes upon the array of gifts that are going to make thousands happy. Come ' for that's the only way we can con vince you that this is no mere Holiday Hullabaloo, but an un precedented opportunity to obtain useful and orna mental jifts at prices that positively annot be duplicated. CJ The congregations yesterday morning and last evening were the largest yet. 500 yards extra heavy canton flannel There were large numbers from the sur- jlarvland. Ohio, Pennsylvania and North I . . . i i r ; I - worth fully V2h cents. Our price 10 rounding country ana me neignuormg (;aroiina The places he has visited in the rents. Ellis, Stone & Co. iowus, nnu uie.iuimcusc Laulua last named State are Kaleigh wekion . . nrettV well filled. tt Tmmclmrn flpoonclinm nni1 lO.vlra lartrn c vr nnlrtrfwl hf r.om- J . - . . ncuuciauu, uwnvo, 1"U,U .-.0 - Mr. Fife preached two powertui ser- w?ot forte vonr wnrm in n frades ana ' . muoiwu . ' X. c mons. His text in the morning was: In another place he states that he stole prices, jmjis, oione 44T , . . before men ,ijat , ; JJVl 7 " " " ..-,-.v - a y ou HU1US uy llUlIJ ILL UW.v Laio "V..... r lnlica nloln 'llllo OT1(1 I ntr,, nnur rmrA 'rrlr IVllI Tlrr5fxT I . . . . . . l view iui ui lau.n L-i.w.. ""uv luVi scums juui ..... fe...; Wjtn cattle . mercnanaise.eic , anu in sev ! 1 1 11. 11 1. tf.-. f f; T1..I l.'.l. :. !.. II....... " nn.l nl laney emuroiaereu naiiuiieicinci num your r ainer wnicu is in ncavm, cl uu 11 eral instances was locked up in cars cents to 0 cents each, just opened at niffht : "Weighed in the balance anu ...... fnnil npw.ffir for two davs and found wanting." nitrhts at the time. Prather was ordered The evangelist has indeed shaken Ox- back to jail by the mayor to await an tora irom cenue 10 eucuin.t .un. 8wers from telgrams which have Deen interest awakened in religion here is . t VRr,ons states to trv to learn without a parallel in the history of the someliling ? if possible, of the man. An- T Is what we wish vo everybody and we work for what we wish. Money and Mirth can't be separated when it comes to buying Christmas Gifts. Our claim is to give fcfSore Mirth for Less Money than you ever dreamed of getting. Trade With Us and be merry. You can't help being merry over our Bargains. HEW YORK CASH BTOEE Kllis, Stone & Co's. Dr. Smith explains that his leaving Durham was not because he did not like the town but because it was too healthy for doctors. And this is about right. Plain and figured canton flannel cur- 'I czS 3 town. There have been already two hundrtd brass fixtures at v.V Co. tain draperies in very rich designs and professjons Gf faith made, with the pros colorings. Cornice poles, complete, with nppts of manv more cominir into the fold. 11) cents, r.ins, lone n.(,nnpliati.,1N have ijcen effected be twppn men who have been enemies for Itev K C. Beaman and family ar- years, iueiuueism un-mu.uiimru . . I .. .i i i .i;t,i i .. l . rived last evenins: Kev. Heaman sue- strengmenea aim oeucimtu, . -.n -r lnia I nnnn t li o m alA V 'Q enl ' 111 Tl nllllTMlionS tO ceeaeu Kev. Jiooimuu ai una jum.. ui'u l.... v...- - Thr fii.oiiE extends to him a cordial do their whole duty. other prisoner in jail says that Prather told him there was enough against him to put him in the penitentiary for years if it could be found out. welcome. A regular meeting of Durham Chap ter Royal Arch Mason w ill bo held to night at T:!10 o clock, sharp. 1 his is a most important meeting, it being the time for tlin pWtion of officers. A full atten dance is earnestly requested. The Olohe welcomes to the city as a permanent citizen of Durham Mr. J. II. Allen, of liidgeville, who has just A great and permanent good has be n accomplished. It is a true revival. At the services this mornimr there were about fiftv more conversions. A BIG FIND. A ltoilv Turned to Mone ana weigiuug Eight Hundred Pounds. A correspondent from Millersburg, Ohio, says : A big rind was made a few completed a handsome residence on Cas- days ago near Nashville, eleven miles well Hill and come among us to make from here, by the village undertaker. his home. Mr. Allen is a man of means, borne years ago there died a woman of ideas and of public spirit. His com- named Mrs. Mary Reynolds, who weighed insr is looked upon by all who know him about HoO pounds at the -time of death, aud was buried in a secluded country burying ground. Last spring her husband died and was buried beside her. The village under taker was employed last week to take up both remains and move them to the cemetery at Nashville. The body of Mrs. Reynolds was found to have petri fied and weighed nearly 800 pounds, so that it required the combined strength of a dozen men to load and unload it from a wagon. Several hundred people visited the cemetery to see the remains, which ap peared very natural to those who knew her in life. Good Cooking Is one of the chief blessings of ever' home. To always insure good custards, puddiusrs, sauces, etc., use Gail Borden "Kagte" Brand Condensed Milk. Direc tions on the label. Sold by your grocer and druggist. An Introduction to the Queen is an honor conterred upon only a ta vored few. But every lady of the land may have ready access to the Queen of Kerned is Dr. Pierce's Favorite rre- i scnption. Unce known, always a val ued friend. It promises to positively cure every form of weakness peculiar to women, and confirms this promise oy a written guarantee of satisfaction, guar anteed in every case, or money returned. This Royal Remedy is carefully prepared for women only, ana its emciency is vouched for bv countless happy homes and countless thousands of testimonials. A trial will convince you that it is inval uable in correcting all irregularities and weakness for which it is designed. NOW READY. as a real addition to the town. Dr. Julien A. Smith, who left here a few days ago to enter upon a larger and more extensive practice in the monu mental city, writes to Durham friends mnt Piiconnifrinirlv of the outlook and declares himself well pleased with the looks of things so far. The doctor, dur ing his several years residence in Dur ham, gained many warm friends who will follow him with interest in a hatever field he sees fit to exercise his talents, and who, with The (Iloue, will always be pleased to hear of his success. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and VUitor In the City. Mr. Edward P. Sater, vice president of the John Ryan type foundry, Baltimore, is in the city to-day and was a pleasant caller at this office. Mr. J. II. Allen and daughter came down to-day from Ridgevillc to join the rest of the family, who have been here several days, and their address hereafter will be Durham. Wanted. A situation as stenographer and type writer. Address, Miss Ida Rochelle, 20? North West St., Raleigh, N. C. i'urs! Purs! Fur capes and muffs. Ellis, Stone & Co. A Pine 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 Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, iind 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. LOOK AT THIS. Why Not Build a Home and Stop the Ke niorseless Rent Piend? 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 valuabte something that must en hance in value, see Dr. J. L. Watkins, of Durham, and a bargain is yours. i The display of Chamber Suits, Parlor and Dining iRoom Furniture, Fancy Plush Seat and Rattan Chairs,; 'and Odd Pieces is the grandest ever shown in this eity land not surpassed in this State. 1 a perfect ART EMPORIUM ! j You can jet large Pictures from 85 cents to any price lyou wish. We are buying in car lots and are selling at the lowest possible price. When you buy of us you can! Irest assured that the same could not be sold cheaper in iXorth Carolina or Virginia. ; WE MEAN . WHAT WE SAY ! j 1 i We are working to sell the goods and hope to merit, a share of your trade. Come to see us. If you come we; !will convince you that you can save the expense of a hun dred mile trip in spending only a few dollars. We can and will satisfy you. ; i cj I I Hi a Ed THE CHEEK FURNITURE COMPANY R. B. BOONK, Of Durham. N. C. Of Nelson Co., Va. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester : a lamp v ith the liht of the morning'. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co..NewYork. The Fidelity Bank. Durham. N.C. R. B. BOONE & CO., Office. Court House Building. D UK HAM, C, h&l Esi&ts tents d Mm ! Will Buy, Sell and Rent Property ON COMMISSION. 13?" Personal Attention Given to Aii Prop erty Placed in Our Hands. REFEItENCKS : The First National Bank of Durham. N. C- G. M. HARDIN, JR., Lijf, ki nl Sals Uk ! Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Hates. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. - - Gentle Teams and Careful Drirera. GIVE ME A CALL. BURYELL, WALTON & CO., BLACKSMITH" a' PAINTERS ! Shop formerly occupic l by A. J. FU-wart. We will do all work in our line at the very lowest price?, and a a wc are expe rienced in our lines our work will give the best of satisfaction. GIVE US A CALL Shop near Southern Express Office opposite Parrish's Warehouse. TlilNITY COLLEGE. WlnU r tfrra ?nin4 first week in January, IW, at Trinity. lUndolph munty, N. C. New Catalogue now in pit will be mallei frve on application to the President.