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jlTHE GLOIIE IS (fy I CUSSED and DISCUSSED. 4 Tlin GLOIIE ) IMtVtK A TOMBSTONE. IT IS ALONK FOR LIVE MEN. DURHAM, N. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL liO. 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THK WOMEN DO IT ! A 1TB"W" DEAL I BIGGEST OF 'EM ALL ! Old Trinity. Will View the Greatest Yet -Established. Th, wn This Morning Was ii0(l Enough. PAY FOR WHAT YOU GST ! T1)P i;ain HeM '5a(k Many Vet Many re in Attendance. A Cotton Factor to He Built Which Will Cost a Half .Million. MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTIONS, IN ADVANCE, 50 CENTS I C0y:TTEE5 are duly appointed THE STAKES HAVE BEEN PLANTED of Int. r-tt to All It?der of The ilole. VnitljisUTnlin l'jC weather, which i j.rfvuitc'l the attendance of a large num-1 enthusiastic tow.1 of representative Durhnm lri'li- a-md this morning in the V. M. C A. hall it. response to tlje , ,!! hy Mrs. K iJ Jr and Mrs. Cot- V-'.i c t ntf ( .vi' iiiivc con m te. 1 v,-wrl,y. Th'- oh:'( t of the meeting was to ex ; iiioi e fully than hal yet been done t ?j r HJir.'j the press, the real object and Mirf'osi- f 'he building which they pro ., ,.( to ciec' and toj secure the co opera tic of D ;iharn women in this patriotic u:;.!trt;i'r.iiisr- TJi-itupre-stion which prevails through out the state, that the bunding for which tU'-e hi'li'-s arr now working is to be ii-t. for the orth ('.-Molina exhibit proper, U a mistake and onv f hieii should he speedily corn -'If d. It U to be n rol oiiinl huildiii,.', p-iten'ed ;iter 'lie Tryon pahtce at New JJcrne, t lc iiit executive lunrnioti built in America, and will be ufd tiX( h:-ive! v lor the i on venience and liceomiU'i il ion of Xoith C;ir liiduti'j vi-itii:ur the cxjoiti'i:; II ic the hive their mail d iivered, ci;are guides larct and entertain their fiicndt?, and in uiKii v o! her ways enjoy privileges and. arrive attentions which could be se cured in no ot lu r way. Nieh a building wiil lie worth millions to the Male as an advertisement, and as hradqu irters for North Carolina visitors in pleasures and advantages cannot be e'-imaied. The legislature failing to make an ap pnijuition for such a building, the w o tiieu of the t rite iiave undertaken to rai; th neee-i-nry amount, 10,000, and it is to awaken interest in this matter and push the scheme to a .-uccessful teimination that Mrs. KiM.Ier and Mrs. Cotten, who re at the head of the movement, are now i'eitn? oer the state organizing auxiliary I'ihs and doing all in their power to Mimulate and inspiru. At the meeting this morning much in nmnifested by ail present and the b'llowingonicers and conunittcj were choM-n : 1'roident Mrs. A. (. Carr. Vice preident Mrs. K. K Lyon. Secretury Mrs. J:. J. Tarrish. TrejiMircr Mm. II. N. Duke. Kuvutire committee Mrs. J. S. Carr, ! l'uinnar) ; Me.-damts Eugene Motehead, ! T. Fuller, J. II. Southtrate T D I ' ; I '.hps, Mjiii!iioii, ja'u it. Jieaiu, Thomn Harris, M. II. Fairbrothef, C. A. J"nbin, J. T. I'iunix, .1. A. Robinson, J." Iy, I. M. Manning, ). K Kawls, V. Vaiitfhan.i;. V. Watts, .1. M. Whitted, H. II. Maikham and V. F.allard. Mrs. Cotton will be in the city again l-'ri.Uy and another meeting will bu held t-i-it afternoon at "J o'clock for the pur ple of setting details and taking step? f entering at once upon the work. Not dnly those whos-e nanivt are ou li.inittee but every woman in Durham wants to see North Carolina take hvr proper rauks among the ttate at tt e reme$t exposition which the world ever known, is urged to attend the m(fdr.a' Friday afternoon. The suhjivt js oue ju which ail are in- U"rtslM nd the scheme one which all h'.-.::d k;a. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. T'" 1,-4' lUtord of Current Event in ' t ity hiuI Vicinity. " urui bl:i-h cigars are winners. ut and Slasi cigars nives best smoke lo: centt. Mrs. jjm Mathes.is verv ill at her Lnc in Kast Durham. -Cut au.l iasll cigaw, hand made, ' lui:ltra wrapper, Vara tillers. 1 our room house on Pine street for rt'nt. Good water and garden. Apply l A. Goldstein. -Cards are out for the marriage of Minule W. Rowland, of Henderson, 10 lr. J. R. Rankin, of this city, on the WEEKLY, AT END OF -o- Commencing Monday, May 2, 1892, The Globe will ! inaugurate a new deal it will bad 'debts, and will protect subscribers who want to pay, by keeping their bills down. Carrier boys will collect each Saturday 'between 10 and 12 o'clock. Weekly subscribers must pay each Saturday. If you fail to have the 15 cents when the boy calls, your paper will stop. Monthly subscribers will pay 50 cents in advance or they will not be subscribers. Under this scheme the poor' man or the rich man .can continue or stop or subscribe (on Saturdays) at his own home. Those in arrears are requested to call and make ar-: lcingements for settlement. If you do not have enough money to pay all, call and fix: up in some way. The new scheme goes in in May, and- those who do not call and settle in some way will be printed from day to day until they can fix up. This is business and all about it will call during the The American Girl In London. V Clara (upon the announcement of her friend's engagement to the Duke of Deadbroke) Did he first tell you that he loved you, dear, and then speak about the passionate yearning in his heart, and all that? Maud Why, no. Clara Didn't he say Something about life's Ftormy ocean and about his strong ! protecting arms that would always! shield you, and how, ever since he first ! beheld you, he had been haunted by your pleading eyes, and his love had gone out to yon in a great, passionate outburst? Didn't he say that life with out 3ou would be a dreary waste? Maud No; certainly not. Clara (impatiently) Then 1 should J like to know what the fellow did say. j Maud He didn't s;iy a word. 1 d;d the talking. Life. 2Tth inst- al U,c I'reshj tcian church t en c,M)n' Married, to dy at the residence or i.,:.?..' f.,ti ir t u' i.v.r..i i.. Miss Ann Couch, 'S.jiiiie Wilkins otliciat ing. Tnc Gi.otu-: wishes them joy. Kyangelist W. P. Fife will arrive in Charlotte to uiht, and Thursday even ing he will begin a series f bible readings af the Y. M C A 1W Ml t '.'II 111 vIll i;c i'r Mr. Need ham 1 Just received at the Racket Grocery seven casks of flower pots, plain and fancy, b3' the piece, pair, dozen or hun dred to suit the purchaser. Call early and get your choice. V. II Proctor. The ladies w ho are interested in the carnival of authors will hold a meeting in the parlors of the Y- M. C. A. to mor row afternoon at 4 o'clock. Business of importance will be transacted. A full attendance is earnestly requested. A rporl made by W. F. Massey, pro fessor of horticulture at the A srricultural ., . B , anil .llet'lianiral en o.-p w trw thf fTprt and Mechanical college, is to the effect that the peach crop is not badly damaged by the recent frosts The apple crop is not injured, but pears have suffered se- verelv. The Raleigh Visitor says: Mr. C. F. King, who n. t long, since managed the Sam Jones lectures in different parts of the country, has found the idea so uc- cessful that he has decided to repeat it on a much larger scalev He has just signed .with Rev. Sam Jones for fifteen lectures to be given mainly in West Virginia and Ohio. , ,,, , . . t The( barltte2Sews savs: 2otvcry iuuj; alter tuc - Jill Jiaj v.cicuiauuu n m come anothor event for Charlotte, the meeting of the North Carolina Press Association. This body mefhere last in 1S77. It is a much stronger organization now than it was then, and Charlotte will , ' . . . be readr to do the entertaining and ban- be ready to do the entertaining and ban queting act for the brethern. KM. wimmf WEEK, 15 CENTS ! do away with tramping for who intend 'to be honest! next two weeks. IT HAS GOME ! THE ENGINE FOR THE ICE FACTORY IS ON THE SIDE TRACK. Durham People Should Kemember tofa tronizw Home Institution antl Not Give Orders Outside. The engine which will be used in th Durham ice factory has arrived and this town will make all the ice we need. The engine and a large one canee to day and all will be in motion in a seort time. Hold your orders. ANOTHER MOVE. Something Thnt Will He Sure to Add to the Many Industries Already Here. T . tt n i Mr. J. A. Holloway has just mcorpor- atcd the Durham Rim Bending Works, and at his shops he will make all sorts of wfi-.'on Jyres at a rate which is reasonable U hii. This is a iew industry in Durham and one which will doubtless pay. TOBACCO TALKS. ne v. Alex alker IIve llis Views on the 1 obiwco Market. Tiie rrcrij.is of lc-r.f tobacco have not b cp. so l.'sre this e-k as they were last, r t th y !;.'. !.( n M.tlieient to c 11 forth i f !ue:s in lull force, and prices have I'M w?) sustained, with no abatement i f interest on the pait of the buyers. The d m-;nd for all grades is good and will continue o until tne bulk of the Vl'k' 1" C"l nrrtn 1 - n . . 1 . 1.1 It .... t,A r,f,. i. xi r c uuucitiauu iuc ff'iu- ation there is no good reason to expect lower prices, unless we have unmistaka ble proof that the 1892 crop will be a large one, or at least a full average crop. The present receipts do not show that improvement in quality that we expected to have seen, bnt we are stiil of the opinion that the best diss of fine tobacco raisers, who never sell their best tobacco until summer, will bring in their better grades, and there will be a larger per cent of gootl tobacco in'the receipts from this time until the crop is sold, than there I has been in the past. This, however, is ' - , . . ferently and they may be correct J ARE YOU IN IT? j A rham.e fur Kvery Mm o ,n uu wn Honse and Re Happy i Dr. J. L. V'atkins, who during the past : year has added many desirable new resi- 'fences to Durham, all of which have ! been sold on reasonable terms to people i wishing nice but inexpensive homes, row j offers to build on best lots, beautifully ( located, any style of house you wish and : sell on one, two and three years' time. j This is aD opportunity to get a home "j which should not be allowed to pass you. (See Dr. Watkins at once and get his fii'tirts The Handsomest Lady In Durham ; she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat ! and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped heT cough instantly when other ouSu " f it. bo to prove this and convince you of ita :. i ,.: . c.mnla UlCliWiu ill ui:k nui jjnc juu a k-ouj.v Bottle Free. Large size 50c and f 1. Thi Factory Will Be Within Sight mt th Trinity College Lands on the Plot Belonging to Mr. Ilen Dake. The Globe geti it cold and strong that the Dukes hare let a contract for a coUoa factorv to be buiIt "ith!n sisht of i Trinity college, and which will cost $500,000. When the Dukes do it they do it, and as the land has been staked The Globe is assured that the factory will be forth coming. This is the kind of business we like to set. This is the kind of business which is certain to make Durham a great city. COMING .AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Mr. S. U. Reams, who spent Easter in the country, returned home yesterday. Miss Mollie Parham, of Watkins, N. C, arrived yesterday on a visit to relatives and friends in this City. A MILLION LOST BY FiRE. Tour Squares Hurned Before the Fire Is Gotten Under Control. Kenosha, Wis., April 19. fire this morning burned four squares before it got under control. The flames drove out the occupants of the Western Union telegraph office in the Simmons' block, but did not burn the building.' Tempo rary quarters were improved in a build ing at some distance from the scene of the tire, and with which the cempany wires communicated. Engines from Milwaukee and Racine aided in avoiding a more terrible catastrophe. About 10 o'clock this morning the Telephone Ex change was temporarily threatened, the fire reaching into the next block. The j Northwestern Wire Ma'tting company anu the feoutneriana Lumber company were among the chief sufferers. No loss of life was reported. One authority put the loss at probably $1,000,000, others at $750,000 to I700..000. Thj Population of Durham Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one half are troubled with someeffection on the Throat and Lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. ' We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opper tunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Bottle 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. Cut and Slash cigars will not make every mouth in the lanrt as sweet as a rose, but is a hummer. Facts speak louder than words. Sim- mins Liver Regulator bas cured bowel disorders Happy and content Js a home with " The Ro chester ; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues.write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. AXNOUXCKMhNTS. To the Voters of Durham! I Announce to ray fellow citizens that I am a candidate for Mayor of Durham, at the elec tion to le held the 2d of -May, iwr. April 8, W. J. CHRISTIAN'. To the Voters of Durham! I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Mayor of the Town at the election to be held the 2d day of May, 18S2, and solicit your votes. April 1. 1892. M. A. ANGIER. A FRESH LOT or- JUST -RECEIVED -AT- 3D3ru.gr Stsre. Pube and Delicious ! CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR ! And the "kids" are generally right "in it" upsetting everything without regard t the feelings of the younger member Christmas comes but once a year," and time to buy good Orocerlen at prices that will send Christmas thiough the bonea of him who "foots the bills" three Zuimlrctl and sixty-llvo days a year la always on hand. ilKSKY, O'lUUEX done. You don't grumble at the end because it is reasonably small; because you have hid something good to cat. Just now "Our Best" Family Flour is a winuer. We take pleasure in exhibiting a fac simile of this brand of flour to the people" of Durham on the curtains of the hand somest grocer's wagon that ever rolled along her streets. Try a sack of it. If it don't suit you, we will haul it back. HENRY, O'JBlRJCIiJr" fc CO SPRING CLOTHING! Our Spring and Summer, line of Fine Clothing and Cents' . Furnishings is Complete in Every Department. Both Floors Filled with the Best. Embracing all the Newest Patterns and Latest Styles. Whip Cords, Bedford Cords, Homespuns, Etc. They have to be seen to be appreciated. All we ask is that you call and see for yourself. We will do the rest. The prettiest line STRAW HATS you ever saw. XjO"W pbices is ottjr motto. ' The Clatliicr and Gents' Furnisher. Xo. 101 N. E. Corner Main and Mansrurn. SPRING MONDAY, APRIL 11th, i892. Our friends and the public generally arc cordially invited to honor us with their presence. Respectfully, YOUR EASTER BOKETET ! Our Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery is now open and the Ladies of Durham are asked to Call and Examine. Most Popular Stylss I Lowest Prices ! Hats and Bonnets in Endless Variety to suit the face of every wearer. For something Xewt Stylish and Becoming, take a look at our goods. 2vrs. T. rETacucette Co. Main Streat, Durham, X. C. of the household. They do this because they are obliged to raise a rumpus. The & COS is the place where this U of the month, because your bill is correct; OPENING!