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The Durham daily globe. (Durham, N.C.) 1889-1894, June 28, 1892, Image 1

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DURHAM, N. C, TUESDAY EVEXLNG, JUNE 28, 18915.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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HOW ABOUT WATER?
Id,. KviaVnce Seems to Be That There
but Little Water.
Something Like Two Feet Friday and ilie
Pressure Indicates Less To-day.
A filter is absolutely demanded
people W'h Come an.l Go lirfef ltr-vi-n,.,
if Interent t All Readers
r Hit: Cslobe.
Wo about the water supply?
Tliat i- t!i; question which should pre
H.t itsell along the line.
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We would not question any motive of
, itei company, and we presume it is I
doing the best it can, bat the plain, un
u .-l t (acts show that the supply is not
e ial to the demand.
I.ct the proper authorities get a move
on themselves, and let a filter he placed
in ti,; reservoir, and at the same time let
it be understood that we are to have
plenty of wholesome water.
Something now is wrong.
Kril ty there were but two feet of w ater
in the reservoir, and the company re
ported 07 pounds pressure.
I day the company reports bat 65
pounds pressure.
.ivc the subject some attention he
cause this a serious question.
LIVE LOCAL LINKS.
Tin' l;i.v's Record of Cut rent Event in
the City and Vicinity.
l gular meeting of Durham lodge
So. !125 to-night at 8 o'clock. A full
attendencc is desired.
A telegram yesterday evening an
nouneed the fact that the excursion train
from this city to Norfolk, arrived safely
!tt I o'clock p. m., all safe and happy.
-To close out their stock of baby car
es at once, The Cheek Furniture Co.
offer the greatest inducements ever be
fore u lie red. Easy payments if desired.
-l our long, new and elegant benches
have been placed in the passage way of
the court house. The Globe man made
inquiry as to what use was to be made
o1; ihem.and the response was, "They aie
for loafers." He did not sit down.
iMiss Minnie Cordon, eldest daughter
ol Maj. W. M. Gordon, died in Baltimore
yesterday morning. Her death was sud
den ami a great shock to her family and
friends. Her father left Durham yester
day evening to attend the burial, which
will take place in Baltimore to day.
COMING AND GOING.
Oiirliitui People on the Move and Visitors
in the City.
1 l. Elain, of Henderson, is in the
city.
W. II. Craig, of Walnut Cove, is in the
city.
L. .tones, of Raleigh, is at Hotel
Driver.
VV. U. Slate, of South Boston, was in
tle c ity to-day.
-1. N. Gorman, of Chase City, was in
Durham yesterday.
Mrs. J. Tollman is away on a visit to
Ian daughter in Edgecomb.
T. Blackwell returned from the
- hicago convention to day.
Charlie Stubbins, of Orange, passed
through the city this morning.
President Winston, of the University,
1 tossed through the city to day en route
1,1 Morehead.
Miss Essie Hunter, w ho has been visit
tag her aunt, Mrs. J. V. Carlton, returned
her home at Cary to-day.
B. Crews, of Oxford, spent lat
: in the city and left to-day for the
mountains in Ashe county.
an Hall, a druggist of Oxford, left
" .i ham to-day to spend a while in the
mountains of Western Carolina.
W. &. Erwin, of Burlington, secretary
treasurer of the new cotton mills to
1 e established here, is in the city.
W. Harrison, no relation to the pres
ent, passed through the city yesterday
e route to Hillsboro. Mr. Harrison is
Virginian.
Mrs. M. C. Dusenbury, of Concord, who
- is been visiting her sou Cowan, at Ox
ford, passed through the city yesterday
en tome home.
Lacy una Marshal McClinn, two little
'nun boys from near Concord, passed
through the city today en route to Ox-
rpuan asylum.
Mrs. Lehman and Miss Lillie Kron-
heimer, of Oxford, who have been on a
visit to Keidsville, passed through the
city to day en route to their homes.
The Lightning Change Artist and th
Kscaped Lion.
II.
AROUND THE WORLD!
THE NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE STATE AND COUNTRY.
ScitAtored, ranted, .Stolen, Written, Im
agined and A. bd acted for the Ben
ciit of Globe Busy Readers.
The National bank at Goshen, X. Y.,
was closed yesterday. The cashier has
gone, or is supposed to be gone, to Canada
to take recreation at the expense of the
b i n k .
The residence of Mr. P. M. Bernhardt,
of Salisbury, was struck by lightning on
Saturday evening and the entire roof of
the house was burned olf. The damage
was e Uimated at $1,000, insurance $1,400.
Rev. Thos. Dixon, Jr., appeared before
Judge Martin in the court of general
sessions and pleaded not guilty to an
indictment for libel of Excise Commis
sioner Koch. He was allowed until July
0 to submit, his demurrer.
James Clerget, after pleading guilty to
outraging Edward Diren's sister yester
day morning at 11 o'clock, was shot and
killed by young Edward in the presence
of Judge Martin and a crowded court
room. There was great excitement over
the occurrence.
G rover Cleveland, a four-year-old son
of Fielding Knott, living near Oxford,
had a fatal accident on iast Saturday.
The cook had just removed a pot of boil
ing snaps From tue stove, when mtle
Grover accidentally fell into it. lie
suffered extreme agony until Sunday
night when he died.
At the educational convention held a
few days ago in Cleveland county over
$?.0 was subscribed for the erection of a
new academy building at Kadish, the
church where the convention was held,
and ifoU was raised for the students loan
fund of Trinity college. A mass meeting
of a similar kind is to be held in Shelby
later in the summer.
The board of aldermen of the city of
Greensboro have voted against issuing
licenses to the bar-rooms. The vote was
a tie, but was decided hy Mayor Men
denhall casting his vote for no license.'
The bars will be given three months to
close out their business, and after that
there will be no whiskey sold in Greens
boro. A determined New Jersey woman put
a sewing machine agent to flight last
Friday. She is Mrs. Samuel Bodine, and
when the agent, H. Q. Butler, attempted
to take her sewing machine away from
her, on the ground that all the payments
had not been made, Mrs. Bodine pulled
a revolver from under her apron ami told
him scoot. He did so, and she afterward
had him arrested on a charge of assault.
A lire at C.reensboro Saturday night
destroyed the works of the Standard Oil
company, together with 120 barrels of oil.
The firemen were powerless in extin
guishing the tlames, as the water added
to the burning liquid only increased its
power to spread. Dams were constructed
to prevent the oil from carrying tlames
to other buildings. Many of the firemen
were overcome by heat. The loss on oils
is about $2,000. The buildings were in
ferior and the loss on them is trivial.
some Foolish People,
Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond
the reach of medicine. They often say,
"Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases
it wears them away. Could they be in
duced to try the successful medicine
ealled Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure, they would im
mediately see the excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.00.
Trial size free. At all druggists.
Oak Bldre Institute.
Summer School book-keepimr. short-
hand, type-writing, and telegraphy) will
open dune 20. Address
J. A. & M. H. Holt,
Oak Ridge. N. C.
i?(,br moetino- nf Durham En-
cwnpment No. 24, I. O. O. F., tonight.
Election of officers. Every patriarch re -
j quested to be present.
, For distressing oppression and fullness
I in the stomach take Simmons Liver Kegu -
' lator.
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HE F1XDS A CORPSE !
A Durham Husband does Home to
His Dinner
And Discovers the Cold and Rigid Form
of His Youn: Wife
STIFF AND STARK UPON THE BED
A Fiftetii-monlh-oM Infant, the Only
OtlitrOctupant of the House. Tries
in Vain to Coax a Care--.
a very sad death occurred in this city
otMorc nix.ii lo-uay. .nr. yy iuiblus
had recently moved on Alston avenue
and was nicely domiciled. His wife had
been troubled with heart disease for some
time and was under treatment of the
doctors.
This morning her husband left for his
work on the K. A' D. railroad as section
ma.-ter pro tern. At noon lie went home
for his dinner, and a heartrending sight
met his eyes. His wife lay upon the bed
a corpse, and their only child, a year or
fifteen months old, sat by its mother try
ing to get her attention.
Mr. Williams said when he left home
this morning his wife told him she felt
much better and he felt that it would be
safe for him to go to work. He regrets
very much that he was not at home.
The remains of Mrs. Williams will be
taken to Hillsboro this evening for inter
ment. Our sympathies go out to the husband
and motherless child. The ways of provi
dence are mysterious past finding out.
Mrs. Williams was about 25 years of
age.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN.
The Vain Farm to Run a Frog Pond in
Opposition to Guthrie's Hen House.
The editor of The Globe will, at an
early day, establish a froggery on his
Yam Farm. This matter has been under
contemplation for some time but not un
til the successful hunt on Saturday even
ing did he conclude to launch out into
the business.
A barbed wire fence will enclose the
pond to prevent the escape of the small
frogs, and there will be a partition of
wire netting run across the pond to sep
arate the large and small frogs t pre
vent the large ones from jumping on the
small ones. The editor has made frogs a
special study since last Saturday, and
has conceived the idea of raising them
systematically for profit.
The legs of the largest bass singers
will be sold at 12 cents per pound or
50 cents per pair the smaller ones at
same rate per pound, etc. This is an in
dustry that has been long needed in this
beautiful South land and all arrange
ments wili be perfected during this
summer and the froggerv will be in full
blast by early spring of 1893.
BADLY LEFT.
You oj; v.!,, Who Wasted His Sweet
ness on the Desert Air.
A heauitful bouquet was seen at the
depot in d y at 10:30 o'clock when the
train moved oul It was carried there
by a bashful young man to accompany
his best girl on a tour, but the inces
sant rains of the morning prevented her
from making the start, or she had left on
a previous train.
We sympathize with the young man as
once or twice in our life we have met
with a similar fate, but don't give up
Johnie pardon us, we did not mean to
call your name.
The young lady, no doubt will appre
ciate the motive.
POLICE COURT.
What the tirist Was at the Mayor's Office
This Morning.
C. W. Kay, a. and b , with deadly
weapon, bound over to court in a bond
of $50 and failing to give bond was com
mitted to jail.
The Homeliest .Man in Durham,
As well as the handsomest, and others
are invited to call on druggist and
tet free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that
is selling entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic
and Acute Coughs. Asthma, Bronchitis
and Consumption. Large bottles 50 cents
and $1.
BOARDERS WANTED!
The Foster house on Morris street has just
been newly furnisheu ami repaired. I am now
nremred to accommodate a Hunted number of
i ,"!.. ImanliTS. bv dav or week. eat
i rooms and tables the best the market afford,
reasonable, UBS. JOHS ALLLN.
MAMMOTH
HIE U SEIffi PLANTS !
.0 Cents a Hundred.
; Tbese pants are yery aml very fine.
Best for this section.
titrtifpd
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' Rose Hid Nursery, Durham. If. C
iter IB
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HENRY, O'BRIEN & CO'S
Clearance Sale of Dry Goods and Shoes !
: Jhi s is no Humbug or advertisement to draw a crowd, hut
being sold at and below cost. They must be sold -every shoe and every piece
of dry goods so that our entire attention can he given to groceries.
Come and see what we have and be astonished at the low
prices. Below is a sample of prices we offer you :
Lake George A A Sheeting, 5 J cents
Fine Prints. 4 cents
Best Prints, 5 cents
Imperial Challie, 3' rents
(linhaius, 7-1 cents
$9
We make no conditions, but require customers to take 10 yards of any of the above
goods, excepting Flannel and Pant Goods.
We have a few handsome sets of Knives and Forks which are being sold at cost, viz.:
$1.30, $1.50 and $1.75. "Sl
Our stock of Shoes has been considerably reduced for the last few days, but we still
have some elegant ladies' shoes which we will sell at $2.10, $1.75, $1.25, $1.00.
Former prices were $3.00, $2.50, $1.75, $1.50. Men's $:.(M) shoes at
$2.35; $2.50 shoes at $1.60; $1.50 shoes at $1.00.
The above prices are not for a day or a week, but until
vite you to call and see what we
"ALL THINGS
SO WHILE YOU ARK WAITING,
Thursday, July
BIG EXCURSION
Will leave for Norfolk at 8:30 a. m., and return
FARE, ROUND TRIP,
EEI
Ice-Cream Soda !
Pineapple Bon-Bon !
Chocolate Cream !
Delicious and Kef resiling Fine as the
Finest Popular with all.
Limeade with Crushed
Shaved Ice, at
or
DRUG STORE.
Our Prescription Service is
Unsurpassed.
Night Bell. No. 123 East
Main Street, Durham.
a- .a. i
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Best Ticking,
Bleached Domestic
Linen Pant Goods,
Red Flannel,
White Flannel,
Also Sateens, Worsteds, Dress Buttons, Etc.
COME TO HIM
o-
WHEN THE
ELLIS, STONE & 00'S
CLEARANCE SALE OF REMNANTS
Will be continued through next week.
Every line of tfools is representrd on our rcmnABt tables. Elegant
line of Black Goods in lengths froa 8 to 6 yard-. Ajbobk them. win be
seen some of the best prodes of 46-inch Henrietta-'. See thern. They are
cheap and desirable. You can pick Dp a drest pattern at a bargain.
Our clearance sale of Mattings at cut prices -till holds good. A few
choice patterns yet on sale. These Matting! arc cheap nnd we advise all
in need of Matting to call and secure a bargain before tbe lot i- cleared
out
124 Main Street,
nsr s
everything in above line is
7 cents
7 cents
12 cents
'jo cents
20 cents
the goods are gone.
offer.
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WHO WAITS."
WAIT TILL
14, 1892,
Saturday 5:.'iO p. m. "15531
$2.50.
GREAT
Durham, X. ( '.
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