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l'HJfi DUUUAM DAILY GLOBE, SATUBOAY, APJUL 9.
WHAT WILL BE DONE Mflpt in?a for Men and Boys To- ........ Q morrow Afternoon. Who Will Lead and What They Will Talk About. AN ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME SURE People Who Come and Go Brief Dreri- ties of Interest to All Header of The Globe. Mr. Thomas J. Jones will lea 1 the men's meeting in the hall to morrow af ternoon at 4 o'clock, the topic of which will be "The Secret of Manly strength," Kphesian3 vi, 10; I John ii, 12 15. There will be several short talks by young men. The singing will be unusu- Well, I-et U Do It. Oxford Day. Tennessee proposes to raise money for an exhibit at the Chicago Exposition by county appropriations. V hy not adopt that plan in North Carolina? If each county will chip in $250 a sum big enough to insure a decent representation of the Old North State's industries and re sources can be gotten together. Durhatn promises to be unusually gay this Easter. A full dress German and several dancing parties are in prcs- pect. The German will be strictly a private affair, only invited guests being admitted either as spectators or partici pants. And this i3 well. The Homeliest Man in Durham, As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon Us merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis nUv fittrflpfi and will be in charrre of and Consumption. Large bottles oO cents "J - - - - i i A i hum i . x 1 - -T CfA. . I T Tl 1 I l.f 1 m inain oueci ji. x.. cnurca cuuir, uu- Mrs. Ada M. Smith's FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. All the Latest Shapes and Shades in der the direction of Prof. A. W. Wilson. In addition to the hymns there will be an anthem by the choir, a quartette and ahorus by Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Sellers, Prof. Wilson and Mr. Snow, assisted by the choir, and a solo by Prof. Wilson. Our young men should show their appre ciation of the efforts of the committee to arrange an attractive program for these meetincrs bv attending them. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Mr. S. L. Adams will lead the boys meeting at 2 o'clock. Miss Ollie Snow will play the piano for both services. A Postal Card. Write a postal card to B. F. Sugg, Greenville, N. C, and you will get the very lowest prices on monuments and tombstones. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester ; a la.-np w ith the light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. in Iayt Kecord of Cuirent liventu the City and Vicinity. Notice the announcement of Ellis, Stone fc Co's opening for Monday, April 11. . Be sure that you attend the grand opening of spring dress good3 and novel- tits, at Ellis, Stone & Co'a Monday, April 11. Dr. J. S. Carroll; of Chapel Hill, will fill the pulpit of the First Baptist church to-morrow morning and evening. The public is cordially invited. The University Glee Club of Chapel Hill will give another of its delightful concerts at Stokes Hall, Monday evening, April 18. While waiting for Easter, wait for the concert. The children's concert last night at the St. Cecilia hall was a great success and much enjoyed by the large audience present. Some of the performers were only 5 and G years of age, but acquitted themselves with much credit. The in fant musical tale.it of Durham was well brought out. The ladies in charge of the various departments, and all who are assisting in arranging for the carnival of authors, will meet on Monday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, to decide definitely on the date of holding the carnival. It is important that all be present in order that a full expression of opinion may be had. Mrs. A. .1. Faucette & Co. announce to-day that their stock of spring and summer millinery is now open and invite all ladies to call and examine before making purchases. Their goods are handsome and becoming and prices rea sonable. An informal opening will ex tend through all of next week. Don't fail to take it in. Many a life has been lost because of the taste of cod liver oil. - If Scott's Emulsion did nothing more than take that taste away, it would save the lives of some at least of those that put off too long the moans of recovery. It does more. It is half digested already. It slips through the stomach as if by stealth. It goes to make strength when cod-liver oil would be a burden. Scott & Bownb, Chemists, iia South 5th Avenue, New York. Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver cil all druggists everywhere do. $1. 4 FO SALE BY mx&niLTiijiS & co Reduced to $2.50 a Jug. Hats, Bonnets, ' and Spring Novelties. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Mr. W. S. llobertson, of Graham, is in the city to day. Col. J. A. Crews, of the Wilmirgtom Messenger, was a pleasant caller at Tub Globe oflice this morning. Mr. W. B. Lewis, of Milton, left this morning after a flying visit to Durham, Colonel Cupid furnishing the wings. Mr. J. F. Wily has gone to Martinsville, W. Va., to accept a position as cashier in one of the banks of that city. Mr. Wily was one of our most popular young men and is much missed in sdcial circles. Sank Counters, Tyler System, Port able, Unequaled In Styles, Cost and Finish. ISC Tnce Catalogue of Counters, Desks etc.. Illustrated Id Color.. Bouts, Free Postage 15 Cents. Also Tyler'a Ttoyavi Office Dealt end Type writer C abinet, SOO Styles. Best and cheap est on earth, with great reduction In prices. ISO pa-a catalogue Five, Postage It els. Fall llae. ol Ieks, Chairs, Tables, FmL Cases, Cabinets, Legal Blank Cabinets, ete., alwsjsio stork. Soeeial work made, to ordrr. ritEU DESK CO., St.Louls, Mo. 4 U.S. A. Has Secured During 1892 : Col. L. J. Allretl "Writes: I am in my seventy-third year, and for fifty years I have been a great sufferer from indigestion, constipation and bilious ness. I have tried all the remedies ad vertised for these diseases and got no per niaueut relief. About one year aa;o the disease assuming a more severe and dan gerous form. I became very weak and lost flesh rapidly, I commenced using Dr. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pounds in three months. My strength and health, my appetite and my digestion were perfectly restored, and now I feel as young and vigorous as I ever did in my life. L. J. Allked, Door keeper Ga. Stale Senate. State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga , Aug. 5, '91. A Mother's Kepoit. XV. D. Ilowells. George Meredith, Andrew Laiicr, ?t. C.eorjje Mivart, It lid yard Kipling, It. Levi Stevenson, W. Clark Itussell, II. Rider Hazard, Norman Lockyer,, Conan Doyle, 31 ark Twain, J. Chandler Harris, William ltlack, Mary K. Wilkins, Frances Hodgson Burnett. And many other distinguished Writers. THE SUNDAY SU r Is the Greatest Sun lay Newspaper in the World. I'rice, 3 cents a copy. Hy nmil, 2 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. VAULT- W011K ! Mr. X. A. McEntire writes from Spring coat orhard finish beneath the gTouad I lace. Ga.: For many years I have been infants a great sufferer from indigestion, sick headache and nervous prostration. I tried many remedies, but got no permanent re lief until I used Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. I am now in better health than for many years. My daughter has been subject to chills and fever from her in fancy. I could get nothing to relieve her ; the Lemon Elixir has restored hr to per fect health. . Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1.00 per b ittlc. Prepared by Dr. II. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. Handy for travellers is Simmons Liver Regulator in powder. It can be carried in the pocket I will do Vault Work in Cemetery and do first-class work. For crown people white 33; J: All kinds of Brick and Mason work done promptly and at prices which will be satisfac tory. J. W. XEATHERY, Durham. N. C. For Millinery Goods of All Kinds Visit Her Store. THIS BED: LOTiJJ Highly Polished Oak Frame, Covered in Crushed pi oiuy eio.uu. oniric umucs, ainut rrame $7.50. Bed Lounges as Low as 10.0), -AT- The Cheek Furniture Company Nicely Furnished Rooms and Board, or Table Board, and also for Transients, can be had at reasonable rates at 2rs. AIBEZSTT'S Cor. Main and Roxboro Sts. YOUE EASTER BCMNET ! 1 . : Our Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery is now open and the Ladies of Durham are asked to Call and Examine. Most Popular Styles ! Lowest Prices ! Hats and Bonnets in Endless Variety to suit the face of every wearer. For something New, Stylish and Becoming, take a look at our goods. Main Street, Durham, X. C. Hi B0I S WEFT IM Smoke A WELL CURED HAM ! Perhaps you don't take kindly to ham as a regular aiet. but there are times when nothing appeals so strongly to the taste, providing its quality is up to the mark. There is as .much difference be tween the ham that has been properly cured and the ham that hasn't as there is between a genuine dollar and a coun terfeit. One is a treat and the other well, nothing good can be said about It-. We would like to have the pleasure of introducing you to our Reliable ham ; you'll thank us for the introduction. We can also especially commend our Michigan Straight and Fancy Flour. W. H. PROCTOR. PLACE YOUR ORDERS DIVISION Freight Agent's Office ALL WOOl! m -who ijii-scmft a saTto inuieact ot cutting his la? which like the roo1 J by Henry, O'Brien & (V is ail wool and a yard vii If it is true that the civile tion of man begins larpV with his stomacli, we coj transform this curly cac bal into a gentleman bycu good meal prepared fw our splendid line of Gn cenes. tveryinmg Kent i rn ia-uict:5. we desire t. call your particular atten tion to "Our Best" W Flour. AVe unhesitatiiuri pronounce it at the ton Fine Flours. If you want good bread, if you want whi bread, if you want light bread, just try a sack of 410ur Best. It will suit you so wrell you will have no other. We desire to thank our friends for the liberal patron age given-us and promise at all times to serve them wit the best that can be had. GHOSTS 0STO. M ft o$ ti IE- Norfolk and Western Railroad IS- Now Open for Business IMPORTANT NOTICE On and after this date our Mammoth Line of -IN- ASD- -FOK- Boom No. 10, WRIGHT BUILDING, Where Rates and Any In formation Pertaining: -TO- Traffic Department -WILL HE- GEKTTS' FURKHSHIWJGS Will be ready for your inspection, at prices that will as tonish you. Never before have we been able to offer so large and varied assortment of Fresh and Pleasing Styles. BOTH FLOORS FILLED WITH THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS. You wrant the best! This is your chance! We are able to sell cheap, and we do. Try a pair of our Elastic Seam Drawrers. They are Winners. Cheerfully Furnished. R. G. STAMARD, D. F. A. M Kinds Jewelry The Clothier and Gents' Furnisher. No. 101 N. E. Corner Main' and Mangum. . GrO TO C jjajpa ESTIMATES FURNISHED My Brick are the Best Made in this State, AND- I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DURHAM, N. C. Easily. Ouicklv. Permanantl RAttnr.H "Vejie, Nerreasaetv Debility. nd til the train ci erl.a from early errorsor later excesses, tlie resalts of orerwork. ickme&fl. wtrry. etc full strength, development, and tone r'.Tan to ererr oivan and portion of the body. Hire pie, natural metboda. Immediate improTemeot seen. Katlure taposaiWe. MHO reference. Book, eiplanationa tad proofs mailed (sealed) free. Address ,FtUB CRIB PASOlCAl, CO., BUFFALO. M. Y. la DURHAM SUPPLY ca OPElTIlTa I 0. T. POSTLEY THE JEWELER, Main St., near Church St. S. L. LEARY, iiicliitect I 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING. DURHAM. N. C. Spring Novelties! mOTSMLY, APRIL Grand Display in Every Department. Foic'n and Domestic Dress Gooda. All the latest fabrics in Celton Dress Goods. White Goods in endless variety. The largest and handsomest selection of Embroideries and Laces ever shown on this market. Table Linens in profusion. All-Linen Table Napkins 50 cents dozen. White Fringed Table Cloths, 2J yards loner. $1.50. One flundred pairs Lace Curtains. KWnnt Lace Curtain?. 3 yards lotf. per pair. ,tfi Forty-two inch Scrim 8 cc&t tJv All-Linen Towels 10 cents per p Standard Kid Gloves $1 00 per P1 Camels' Hair Outing, tbe latest tti.e 15 cents a yard. nnt Feather Stitched Kraids 15 cents a Our own special brand Hosiery, E , aU teed absolutely stainless, from to 50 cents a pair. r Ribbons, Uuchings, Hleacbed ana bleached Domestics. Ionsdale, t-' and Wamsutta Cambrics, etc. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL! Durham Supply Oompan