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i Llifi JDlUIIAM JLAlL,Y ULOBJ5, TUESDAy, FJBBUUAUY 23.
THE LAND SALE. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor In the Citr. Col Paul B. Means, of Concord, is in the city. Mr. C. II. Lewellin, of Winston, is in the city to day. Miss L. A. Marsh left to day to take in the New Berne fair. Mrs. A. S. Lewter arrived to-day from au extended trip south. Mayor M. A. Angier went to New Berne to-day on a fishing expedition. Ad-zackly. Cant. A. N. Blalock, a prominent far mer and a subscriber and friend of The Globe, is in town. Mr. K. W. Faucette, the enterprising piano and machine man, returned to day from a business trip. Miss Janet Fuller, f.f Kaleigh, arrived' on the noon train on a visit to the f mily of her brother. Mr. W. Fuller. Mr. Fiank I). Holland, of Danville, who has been the guest of Col. J. S. Carr, left for his home last evening. Misses Liz.ic and Mary Harris returned to-day from a very pleasant sojourn j among the classic shades of Chapel Hill, j Messrs. C. G. Holland and C. II. Con-1 rad, of Danville, Va., v ho have been visit- j ing uoi. w. r. iarr, h'ii ior men umiucs X evening. Miss Lida Carr and her friend, Miss Templar, returned to Washington City last evening to resume their studies at Mt.jj v eruou nuniiiiaiy, uiki i unci uunm-uo ant stay. Colonel and Mrs. J. S. Carr, with their three sous, Masters Julian, Marvin and Claibom, left on the noon train for an ex- tended southern trip. They will visit Florida and take in the Mardi Gra3 at! New Orleans, returning in about two! weeks. DANCE AT CHAPEL HILL. Ouii an I-:iijall AflVtir aj the I'niver sft.v Lut Night. There was quite an enjoyable- dance given by the students of the Universsty last night to a number of visiting young ladies. The dance was held in the gym nasium. The affair was chaperoned by Mrs. Timberlake, of Kaleigh, who was for merly one of the foremost belles of the capital city. The following visiting young ladies were present : Misses Lizzie and Rebecca Collins, of llillsboro; Misses Hawkins, Fuller, Denson, Harden, Snow, Cappa and Timberlake, of lialeigh. All who participated in the pleasure of the occa sion expressed themselves as havingspent a delightful evening. SHADOW PANTOMIMES. A Ndvt'l I'.utei-taiiiment ly the I. tidies of St. Philip's Church. The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Philip's church, who, it will be remembered, gave such a delightful "(tipsy Tea" re cently, are arranging for an entertain ment to be given on Friday night of this week in Stokes Hall The principal feature of the entertain ment will be shadow pantomimes which ate highly amusing. The fact that the proceeJ.s of the en tertainment will be devoted to church work should insure a large attendance of our people, but nside from the worthi ness of the object all who attend will be amply repaid for the small outlay. Stokes Hall should be crowded Friday night. IN THE CITY. Tho.Hf W ho Wiot Their Names on the Registers II r To-day. At the Claibom : II. C. Woodruff, St Louis; Mac. CJiehner, Norfolk ; F. T. Haldwin, C. II. Lewellin. Winston; It. F. Dalton, High Foint;J. H. Webster, Heidsville. State I'ritle. . Wilmington Messenger. Our bright and esteemed contempo rary, Tiik DrniiAM Glop.k, is still bravely hanmeiinir away at the 25,000 volun tary fund to give North Carolina the best possible exhibit at Chicago next year. It ought to succeed, and we trust will. Thus far its fund stands $1,250. North Carolinians with surplus moneys should help. Where is your state pride t It Opt-ns the !: '. ".My daughter is losing her sight," said an anxious mother, "and just on the eve of marriage, too! What shall I do?" "Let her gtt married, by all means," re sponded the doctor ; "maniage is a regu lar eye opener " A man's" eves open pretty widely, when he finds his wife's charms disappearing. Health is the best friend of beauty, ami the innumerable ills to which women are peculiarly subject, its worst enemies. Experience proves' that women who possess the best health, use Dr. Pierce's Favoiiie Prescription! u is me only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or mouev will be refunded. This guarantee haseen printed mi the bottle-wrapper, and faith fully carri'd out for many years. Simmons Liver Regulator is a most ex oellent appetizing toni Saml. S. Pcutz, Chap, to Bishop of North Carolina. Thht pain under the shoulder "blade is dyspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Regu lator. Happy h.id content is a home with The Ro chester; a Ia.-np with the li-ht of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co., New York. Names of Persons Who Bought Lot at the Matthews Sale. The following are the names of those who bought lots at the sale of the B. W. Matthews property last week : F. K. Fetters, J. Broaden, Dr. John son, W. L. Ferrell, J. P. Powell, J. N. Gorman, W. C. Bradsher, W. T.Carring ton. W. A. Slater, Pat Lunsford, J. T. Lea, W. II. IIopkin3, J. J. -Ward, J. P. Ptowe, G. C. Farthing, C. II. Norton, O. T. Carver, Mr. Pugh, II. Kelley, J. D. Meaks, II. C. Lee, J. W. Hamilton, Mrs. Salley Wimbley, T. S. Smith, W. P. Perry, S. I. Gooch, W. L- Parrish. If you are bilious, take Beecham's pills. rn ie Merchant Tailor, IS STILL Vi THE FIELD WITH A- Superb M of Spring tti&gs ! A IiL IN WANT OF Till ,lt t ytyJes ogt J. ionable Make-ups and Sure Fits, A PC COl'ditllly ill vited to Cilll . . ml examine StOCK 1111(1 leave orders. C. II. MURPHY, - Hotw,Sig a &nd 0 ratal Pater DUIUIAM, sr. c. TTo ftfAVd Tin (V Frescoing and all things in that Lino. Your patronage solicited and satisfac tion always guaranteed. References: The best in the city. Charges: As low as good oik can be done for. Leave orders at Furniture Stores. NOTICE ! A Cieiieral Meeting of the Stockholders of the Lynchburg ami Durham Kail road Co-.iipany. There will be a general meetinjrof the stock holders of the Lynch bur and Durham Kail road Company held at theolliceof the Com pany in the city of Lynchburg-, Va , on Tuesday, the l.'.tli Day of March, 181VJ, at IS:.'lO 1 M. All stockholders are hereby notified to at tend said meeting. Hy order of the stockholders holding more than one-tenth of the capital stock. W.C. HOUSTON, Jr., President. FOR RENT! Three Rooms in Parrish Building. One Dwelling on E. Main Street. Apply to M- W REED, Ag t. NOTICE! Having closed business, 1 respectfully ask all indebted to nie to please come and settle their accounts. JACOB LEVY. DR. J. C. BROWN, Surgeon Dentist ! DURHAM, X. C. Having practiced my profession for 18 years for town ami country people. I now co;t e and locate permanently in Durham lor the prac tice of Dentistry, and (.tier my services to the citizens of Duhham and surrounding CorNTKY in all departments of my profession. tWOttice ovf r Junt's' Jewlry Store. CUT FLOWERS, BOUQUETS! Choice Cut Flowers in great varit y. Bou quets, Baskets and Kloral Designs tastefully arranged. Pampas Plumes, Magnolias, Fine hvergreens, Silver and Sutrar Maple, Horse Chestnuts and other Shade Trees. Telegraph orders prompt I r attended to. II. STEIN MKTZ, Florist, Raleigh. N. C. Leave orders with F. II. Ileartt. at Blacb nall Si Son's Drug Store. Durham, N. C. TRINITY COLLEGE. Winter term begins first week in January, 1892, at Trinity, Randolph county, N . C. New Catalogue now in press will be mailei free n application to the President. MANUFACTURERS. DURHAM MED. CIG. CO. Cigarettes Cure Sleeplessness and Headache. BLACKWELL TOBACCO CO., Manufacturers of Celebrated Durham Bull Tobacco. THOMAS CHEROOT CO. Manufacturers of Cheroots and Fine Cigars. COMMONWEALTH FACTORY Manufacturers of All Kinds of Knit Good?. GOLDEN BELT FACTORY, Manufacturers of Tobacco Bags All Styles and Sizes. DURHAM COTTON MILLS, Manufacturers of Cloths, Plaids, Shambrays, Etc. LYON TOBACCO COMPANY, Manufacturers of Choice Smoking Tobacco?. R. F. MORRIS & SON, Manufacturers of Choice Scotch and North State SnutV. J. Y. WHITTED TOBACCO CO. Manufacturer of (. hewing and Smoking Tobacco. CITY MARKET HOUSE. J. SCHWARTZ, Stall No. 2. Meats and Game of All Kinds. J. W. HUTCHINGS, Stall Xo. 1. Meats anil Game of All Kinds. T. L. M'CLEES, Stall No. (5. ' Meats and Game of All Kinds. a. STORNONIS, Stall No. P, Vegetables, Sausage, Groceries, Etc. G. W. R0CHELLE, Stall No. 7. Fresh Fish and Oysters. INSURANCE. SOUTHGATE & SON, Over Morehead IJank, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. w7 h7 m'cabe" Wright Building-, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. WASHINGTON LIFE, Wright Huilding, Samuel L Adam?, District Agent. W. J. GRISWOLD, Main Street, Fire. Life and Accident Insurance DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. BALKIN, Main St.. Dry Goods and Clothing. F. BERNSTENE, Main St , Dry Goods and Clothing. MRS. B. DAVIS, Main St., Dry Goods and Clothing. J. BRANSON, Main St., Dry Goods and Clothing. M. GLADSTEIN, Main Street, General Merchandise, i HARNESS. E. F. WYATT & SON, Main Street, Hai nes?, Buggies and Saddlery. W. H. BOLYN, Corner Room Under Reams Warehouse. Harness and Repairing. HUGGY MANUFACTURERS. H. SEEMAN & SON, Manufacturers of Buggies, Wagons and Road Caits. LIVE JFUE&Mm- OIP IDTJDEIESM. IN". BANKIXtf. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Capital, $150,000.00. General Banking Business. MOREHEAD BANKING CO., Capital, 00,000.00. General Banking Business. TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. PARRI3H'S WAREHOUSE. rienty of Room for All. Custom Solicited Highest Prices. BANNER WAREHOUSE, J. S. Lockhurt & Co. Highest Prices Guaranteed. REAMS WAREHOUSE, John It. Hutchings. The Place to Sell YourTobacco. JEWELERS. C. T. POSTLEY, Established 18TS-Main Street, Full and Complete Line in Stock. M. H. JONES, Main Street, Retailer and Manufacturer. R. D. WHITLEY, Op. Court House, Repairing a Specialty. LIVERY AND SALE S TABLES. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Near Baptist Church, Livery, Horses Boarded, Etc. A. A. SEARS, Main Street, Fine Turnouts and Good Drivers. DENTISTS. DR. WM. LYNCH, Wright Building, All Work Guaranteed. DR. L. B. HENDERSON, Latest Devices, Teeth Filled and Extracted. DR. J. C. BROWN, Resident Dentist, Years of Experience in Work. ItltlCK MAKKRS. R. B. FITZGERALD, Two Yards, Brick of All Kinds. LUMBER MERCHANTS. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Lumber of All Kinds. Prices Always at the Bottom. W H. WORTH AM, Sash and Blinds. And All Kinds of Buildings. CONTRACTORS AND DU1LDERS. C. H. NORTON, Best of References Furnished. Contractor, Builder, and Estimates. .MERCHANT TAILORS. J. S. MESLEY, Main Street, Merchant Tailor Full Stock. COAL AND WOOD. A. A. HOLDER, Near Electric Light House. Coal and Wood in Season. LAUNDRIES. AUNG DING LEE, Opposite Court House. Good Work and Low Prices. PLUMBERS. G. & A. BARGAMIN, S. W. Holman, Manager, Machinists and Steam Fitters. HOUSE FURNISHERS. J. W. HAMILTON, Instalment Plan. Household Goods Main Street DIRE 3 DRUGGISTS. W. M. YEARBY, Prescription Druggist, Main Street. Fancy and Toilet Articles, Etc. MICHAELS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Drug-gists, Corner Main and Mangum Streets. N. M. JOHNSON & CO., Wholesale and Retail, Stock and Chicken Powders. P.wT VAUGHAN, Main St. Prescriptions a Specialty. All Kinds of Druggists' Goods. GROCERS. M. BWYATT, Between Fidelity Hank and P. O. Heavy and Fancy Groceries. A. G. COX & CO., Main and Church, Heavy and Fancy Groceries. HENRY, O'BRIEN & C07 Successors to S. It. Perry, Heavy and Fancy Groceries. W. H. PROCTOR, "The Racket," Heavy and Fancy Groceries. R. H. BARBEE, Main S reet. Heavy and Fancy Groceries. MILLINERS. MRS. ADA SMITH, Main Street, Latest Styles in All Goods. MRS. A. J. FAUCETTE, Main Street. Hats and Bonnets Full Stock. PRINTING. WHITAKER PRINT' G HOUSE Main Street, Job Work Done in Test Style. THE EDUCAT0RCb7, Main and Mangum, Printing, Book-binding and Ruling. EMBALMEfiS. R. T. H0WERT0N & BRO., Mangum Street, Attention Given to All Who Call. HARIIERS. WRIGHT & MERRICK, The City Shop. Nothing but Good Work. BROKERS. J J. MACKAY, Agent, Main St.. General Auction House. J. R. GATTIS, Corner Main and Church Stieets. Furs, Hides, Metals and Produce. W. B. SURLES, Wright Iluilding, Commission Merchant and Insurance HOTELS. HOTEL CLAIB0RN, W. H. Billings. Commercial Men a Specialty. HOTEL DRIVER, Mrs. Fanny Petwa-. Sample Rooms Rates Reasonable. IJAKERY. D. MANGUM, Main Street, Bakci, Grocer and Confectioner. PHOTOGRA PH ERS. WM. SHELBURN, Main Street, Photographs and Crayon Work. C. W. ROCHELLF, Main Street, A)i Kinds of Photographic Work. RY. GESK,L MKRCHANIHSK. Q. E. RAWLS, Main Stm t. General Merchandise. CARRINGTON &THAXT0Nf Main Street, General Merchandise. DURHAM" SUPPLY CO., Main Street, General Merchandise. h. h.markham7 Main and Mangum, G neral Merchandise. F. M. BARBEE, " I'anish Street, GeLeral Merchandise. FARMERS ALLIANCE STORE Church Street, General Merchandise. Fl KM TURK. CHEEK FURNITURE CO., Mangum and Varrish Sts.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. DURHAM FURNITURE CO., Corcoran Street, Complete Stock at All Times. DRY GOODS. J. W. JONES & CO., Main Street Dry Goods, Dres (Joods and Shoos. " ELLIS, STONE & CO., 124 Main Street, Full Stock of Dry Goods. CLOTHIERS. T. J. LAMBE, Main Street. Clothing and Gents' Furnishirij:?. wTa7 SLATER & CO., Main and Mangum Sts., Fine Clothiers and Hatters. HARDWARE, ETC. C. C. TAYLOR, Main Street, Stoves and Tinware. A. E. LLOYD & CO., Live Hardware Men, 122 Main Street. See Them. J. T. WOMBLE, Hardware and General St-k. A Full Line and Prices Low. BAR ROOMS. M. C. HERND0N, luT Pealjody Street. Fresh Wines and Liquor-. A. J. ELLIS, Church Street, Fresh Wines and Liquors. T. H. SC0GGINS, Mangum and TeaUxly. Fresh Wines and Liquor-. ARCHITECTS. S. L. LEAHY, Architect. P!an3 and Estimates Funii-hch NURSE R IE. ROSE HILL NURSERY, Near Trit-ity Coil-g-. Genera! Nursery .Stock. ULACKVMITH. W. H. H0LL0WAY, Farrish and Church St.. General Rlacksmithing in BOOKS AND STATIOKBV. T. J. GATTIS & SON, Mai" Street. Book,, urtv ami Stationery. iIC'A! INSTRUMENT. 311 W R. MURRAY & w., Main Street. Or-ans. Sewing Machine. Pianos, 4 s '