Newspaper Page Text
rnB DURHAM DAI Li Y GLOBE, FR1UA5T, JULY 1.
1 i - 7 - - ""'"-""-1 AROUND THE WORLD ! THE NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE STATE AND COUNTRY. Scissored, Fasted, Stolen, Written, Im agined and Abducted for the Ben efit of Globe Ilusy Headers. THEIR THANKS. Tobacco Association. The North Carolina Tobacco associa n..mtin rs,ed by tbe Mason Refer- tion meets at Morehead City, July 5 - . - I m. ring to the Recent Banquet. Tickets on sale July s to o inclusive, At a regular meeting of Durham Lodge d c, and ret Any No. 353, held at their hall June 29. the convention that desires following resolution was unanimously can enjoy all of the privileges aaopieu. Lf rwlnrpd rates and will receive the Ppsolved That the-thanks of tnisr" . , . ... m 4 IC3U1 V cvj, a 1 I i : f occnmntinn I lip moot. Greensboro's street cars are expected lodge are due and hereby most heartily . to be a big one arid every to be operating in a few days. tendered to the ladies, who assisieu su o take & Wg Col. J. D. Camron's hand-book, now Z in it, as all will be much benefited by the being preparea oy me B 0if. nf t. to the vounz ladies, who, partment, will have over 400 pages. and rracioU3 service at the tables, contributed no little to the ston graded schools, has been elected gucces3 0f the occasion, to the merchants president of the Teachers' Assembly for who g0 kindly furnished ware for the TV J. Mnllorv for the use U I H v I laUlu , Wu J I . - . -1 nor of Stokes hall : to the Y. M. C. A. for the hand, type-writing, ana leiegrapnyj win i rn rr ira i i tcm ivLLiiau wuuivu, i v ""i . results of the convention. Albert Kbamer, President Durham Tob. Asso'n. J. S. Bckch, Secretary. Oak Ridge Institute. Summer School (book-keeping, short- ROLLER TRAY TRUNK PLACE YOUR ORDERS -FOR int. MUdi CONVENIENT TRUNK g EVER DEYISED. g The Tray is arranged to roll back, leaving the g bottom of the Trunk easy of access. ) Nothing to break or get out of order. The ) Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy ) this style is a guarantee that you will get the g strongest Trunk made. t j If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the ) manufacturers, g H.W.ROUNTRK&BI?0.lchmj)nd.Va. ESTIMATES FURNISHED BBIOg ' I r . r .11 . v. nnnar fr,r onpn June 20. Address the suburbs of Charlotte, was burned on use ox ineiri.au uc u . A. & M. n. Holt. their liberal publication 01 me nonces ui - Thursday night. A good library and or iran were burned. The fire is thought to the public installation and banquet ; and be incendiary. to Bro. Key. E. A. Yates for his admira- If your are melancholy or down with h jwMrPSQ whifh will loner be remcm- the blues vou need Simmons Liver ltegu- Uhilc playing tramp along the raH bcred for ils abiiily ana fair presentation lator.- road to frighten two of his pupils, School Teacher li. L. llichie, of Convoy, O., was fehot dead by Shireley Longswortb, one of the sacred boys. The president yesterday nominated the following postmasters: Georgia, Bartow F. Carter ; Cedartown, S. C, William D. Crum; Charleston, Tenn., Neil B. Love lace; Martin, Miss., Fred II. Powers. .Sum Looney, a laborer, became in volved in a scullle with his wife Tuesday night near Chattanooga, Tenn., and both made for a gun near by. She beat him to it and killed him as he ran out of the door. At Visalia, Col., the Itev. James Wil son, pastor, of the First Presbyterian gum streets. of the principles of our ancient and noble order. W. A. Aleiugiit, 11. 1. Ciieatiiam, S. L. Leaky, Committee. Blind from Scrofula Cured. BUSINESS TRANSACTED At Culled Meeting of lown commission ers Jlehl Thursday, June SO. Atlanta, G a., June 2, My six-year-old sgu has had a terrible slough ing scrofula ulcer of the neck for three years, attended with blindness, loss of hair, great emaciation, and general prostration Physicians and various blood remedies were resorted to without benefit. The New Atlanta Medical College treated him for three months, but his condition grew worse I was urged to try the efficacy of B. B. B., and to the astonishment of myself, friends and On motion, it was ordered that the fol lowing parties be granted license to retail spirituous and malt liquors from July 1, neighbors, one single bottle effected an entire 1ftV to Jnnnarv 1: 1803: cure T TT rofro-ins corner Peabodv and Ulcers oi tne hcck enures iieaiuu , t-ju I . II. fccoggms, corner i cauouy anu . commenced growing on Mangum streets. ' hi head aj,ain. i iive at 245 Jones street, At J. Branson, corner Peabody and Man- ianta, and my boy is there to be seen. FRANK JOSEPH. church, was Tuesday night given -14 hours to leave town. W'ilson was in the habit of taking two young girls riding in a buggy, and on several occasions took undue liberties with them. Tuesday the father of the children came to town to kill Wilson, but persuaded not to do so by the deacons of the church. Wrilson acknowledges his guilt, lie is over seventy years of age and heretofore has been trreatlv esteemed, lie left town last evening, leaving his family behind. For three years it has not rained a drop in La Sale county, Texas. The prairies once carpeted with rich grasses are as bare as a billiard table. The wells have gone dry. There is no water any where. The sun rellected from the white M. C. Ilerndon, Peabody street. J. II. Geer, Peabody street. A. J. Ellis, Church street. Paul Norwood, Mangum street. A. W. Douglas, Mangum street. W. C. Hudgins, Mangum street. Bobert Pool, Parrish street. A. C. Pleasants, Parrish street. AS WE GROW. J. W. Messer, Howell's Cross Roads, Cherokee county, Gu., writes: "I was altiiete-i with C! ) T?Q chronic sores nine years, and had oWlvJLO tried many medicines and they did me no irood. I then tried B. B. B and eight bottles cured me sound and well." The IIooim Now on Those "Who Are in the Procession. SUMMER HOMES. Where k Ion Going This Suomsr If you want comfortable accommoda tions, surrounded by a large shaded lawn, Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham and that nronertv is com- pelled to advance to double and treble its with the free use of the Lithia and Chlo present value, it is the duty of every man, riue aicium u Bp,im,a 1-1 or rl,rt nvnoMs fn Pvpr o-wn n iTCSUOn, UyspepsiU, lUSUluuitt auu. earth makes the glare and heat almost J i i ; von? Prostration resulting therefrom, al & home, to secure it now while it is within vous i robiuuou icbuhiuj, meiwiuui, unbearable. Duck, turkey and wild am- ' Kidney Diseases and also Eczema and al Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on Skin and Blood Diseases, go to tne Mineral Hotel or Park House, CHASE CITY, VIRGINIA, mals have left. Even the familiar jack rabbit has disappeared. All cattle and sheep have been sold and shipped into other states. The citizens yesterday ap pealed to Governor Hogg to furnish the Mexicans, many of whom are in a starv ing condition, transportation to the cot ton districts, where they may find work An earnest call for food has been issued. A special ta the State Chronicle yes terday from Morehead says: "The elec tion of Assembly oflicers for the ensuing very desirable lots and selling on easy terms to a number of our young business men. If you want a home, and what man or woman does not ? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for you to own one. Going to Africa. Great interest is exhibited in the pro posed East African expedition of Mr. William Astor Chanler. The Tama river, which he proposes to follow, is in- DURHAM BUGGY COMPANY, i24i West Main Street (Five Poiiits), Durham, N. C. My Brick are the Best Made in this State, -AN Hfirv tn mr moil mm We are prepared to furnish the trade with Landaus, Victorias, Broughams and Close Carriages of every description, Buggies, Fhaetons, Surries, Carts, Etc., Etc, Etc. Our work is built for u3 out of Selected Material by expert specialists in Wood and Iron, and coming to our factory in the "white" is painted and trimmed by experienced workmen. All who contemplate buying a Carriage, Buggy, Dairy or Grocery Wagon, are invited to give us a call, examine material employed and have a talk with live carriage men. We can duplicate any job on the market in price, quality and finish, from the highest grade heavy Carriage and Bu grade same styles. Careful attention given to repainting and retrimming. Carriage and Buggy Tops and Cushions made to order. "nnlivrwTT VA7orrona T.ottorfi l nml Ornnmnnted in an artistic manner. Or- 1 llj1 11 OfjUUJ ii,viviv v ders by mail solicited. Catalogue and prices furnished on application. DURHAM BUGGY GOMFAETY, oir, Wnst Main Street (Five Points), Durham, N. C. Koom iNo. 10, JNITH.1A WAXtttf, Wright ijuili.lm;, Where Kates and Any In formation Pertainim I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DUIiHAM, N. C. DIVISION' Freight Agent's Ofluv OF THE Norfolk and Western Railroad IS Now Open for Husine IN- NATURE'S BOON TO SUFFERINGWOMEN. The Great Regulator of Their Great Function. -TO- Traffic Department -WILL I1K year resulted to-day in the election of habited along the lower part principally Prof. John J. lilair, of the Winston graded schools, president; Dr. 15. F. Dixon, of Greensboio Female College, vice-president; F. G. Ilarrell, secretary and treasurer. The debt of $8,000, for the Assembly building, was fully paid. The Modern Language association elected Prof. Thomas Hume, of the University, by the Wa-Poikomo, a race which sub sists by cultivation. The banks of the river being low, the country on both sides is annually inundated, and the river thus acts a3 a liberal fertilizer. Mr. Chanler has no easy task before Mm, as some of the tribes to be passed in reaching Mount Kenia have had their suspicions and hostility aroused president ; Prof. P. P. Claxton, vice-presi- by the harsh and barbarous course of the dent, and Prof. W. S. Currell, of David- German explorer Dr. Peters. son, secretary. Interesting contest to night between Trinity, Wake Forest, Davidson and Flon college representa tives for the oratorical medal and splen did musical contest for medal between young ladies. Where the rates are much less thau are charged at other as desirable resorts. Re duced railroad rates to October 31. Early applicants get best rates and accommoda tions. For pamphlets, board, etc., write to ED M. HOLT Sec'y Chase City Mineral WTater Co., Chase City, Mecklenburg Co., Va WATER FOR SALE BY P. W. VAUGHAN, DURHAM, N. C. C. 11. MURPHY, " Houis, Sin and Ofnamental P&inter OUKHAM, N. c. ALL BACK NOW ? THE WORK HOUSE PAUPERS ALL FINALLY CAPTURED. ARE The Old South State Called Upon to Give the Miserable Creatures Who (iot Away. lie will start early in June in company with Lieutenant Hohnel, of the Austrian navy, and Count Tolaki, with the object of careful scientific research and ob servation in that region. They will travel along the Tama river, resting for cmna wooVo of flio en rvrf a Tvrurl mnnn. tain of Kenia, where they will make Paper Hanging, Decorating, astronomical observations. After ex ploring the mountain to its summit if possible they will plunge into the almost unknown regions of East Rudolph lake. It was there that Bar on Vecken was murdered, and that Reviol, Respoli and Ferrendi failed in their efforts to accom plish their aims. The region abounds in warlike tribes. Mr. Chanler intends to enter the region Frescoing and all things in that Line. Caroline lialdwin, who was sentenced from the west, after leaving Lake Ru- to the work house three years for infan ticide, and Mollie Trice, two years for larceny, and who escaped May 11, have been recaptured at Urookneal, Va. The capture was brought about correspondence with some of the oners of the workhouse. II. I). Leigh, superintendent of the workhouse, left on Tuesday for the es caped convicts and returned on Wednes day with them. by a pris- dolph, and proceed aloncr the Tubba river to the sea. He expects to be ab sent about eighteen months. lie will take with him his young servant, George Galmin, who accompanied him through Mashonaland. Mr. Chanler is full of hope and will go fully equipped for his perilous enterprise, which is expected to have most interesting and valuable re sults. Philadelphia Leader. Your patronage solicited and satisfac tion always guaranteed. References : The best in the city. Charges : As low as good work can be done for. Leave orders at Furniture Store3. a, LOOK AT THIS. A Flue Chance to tlet a Home at L.ot and Keasonable Prices. The Trinity Land company who, it will be remembered, bought the T. 1$. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few- weeks ago, have already had the property The Population of Durham Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one half are troubled with someeilection 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 aud 1. Sold by all druggists. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship- laid oft and platted into nice streets and board, and for travelers by sea and land, lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to mkelmann s Diarrhea and Cholera rhv ncrsnn drsirinrr to build. Tt ! thP "cnicdy has proved its inestimable worth ... ... . M , I in i li v tuuuiui itiiti uuu v.uic ui ail uis luivmiou oi luu company ui uuuuup a orders originating in the stomach and nice community out there. Lots will be digestive system, such as cholera, cholera sold reasonable, as it Is not the purpose morbus, diarrhtea, cramps, etc. Service of this comnanv to trv to make a fortune able. u.nder all conditions, and always fi, li . , . t ready for use; is perfectly safe. fill ! ff It Vn. Ann r r nnnlrr r T I I . . 1 . J ' w i -j Lcuia ai ait utu&iais. arrcn, general manager, or u. A. J or dan, sccietary and treasurer. nappy aid content is a home wiih " The Ro- v T. 1 Chester ; a lamp vith the light of the morning. ,ni., , t meanness or lacK oi Cataloffues.writc Rochester LampCa.NewYork. energy take bimmons Liver llesulator. r : r or distressing oppression and fullness ii you WOUKI De rid of chills and fever ! n t Vila ct rsrr oori tolo ii'm m rr a T tt v T?rrn - A - , . - " - vvuiu. w iav iiikxj ix till vt iVk v iuu Simmons L.iver lteguiator. llator. Price SPECIAL RUN No. 10. GREATEST VALVE OS EARTH. Tyler's Famous Antique Oak Roll Cur tain Ieatt complete, see apeclal circular. No. 4004, 3 ft. 6 in. Ions, net 816.00 No. 4009, 4 ft. 6 in. " 32100 No. 4010, 5 ft. long, - - " S23.00 Also see new ISO page catalogue for 1802. Creatcut of about 40 per cent from former list. BOOKS FREE, postage lOc. Snipped from EL Louis, Xo., or Icdi&aapolia, Xnd. BANK COUNTERS A SPECIALTY. We refer to every Bank In Thirty States. TYLER DESK CO., St. Louis. Mo- WHITE SOLID (Uf MS ! oO Cents a Hundred. These plants are very large and very fine. Best for this section. II. 1IIBBEUD, Itose Hill Nursery, Durham, X. C. S. L. LEARY, A.rciiltect I 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, DURHAM. N. C. DR. IIALSTEAD BOYLAND, Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of Paris and former Professor in the Baltimore Medi cal College, 7B Avenue d'Antin, Paris : "BUFFALO LITHIA WATEK is, per haps MORE THAN ANY OTHER WA TER IN THE WORLD, A SPECIFIC for diseases of the FEMALE PELV1U ORGANS. It acts as a MEN STRUAL REGULATOR; in- cases of AMENORRHEA it reduces the CAT A MENIA, while in cases of DYSMEN ORRHEA it allays the pain and induces the excessive flow of blood, amounting to MENORRHAGIA, to the normal standard. In both diseases a course of this water tends to make the liow appear AT THE REGULAR INTERVALS OF TWENTY-EIGHT DxVYS, accommo dating itself in some unaccountible man- ner 10 eacu lauss ui caacs. DR. JOHN II. TUCKER, Henderson, N. C, member of the Medical Society of North Carolina, member of the American Medical Association : nil f "I 1 do QUININE in CHILLS and FEVER." UhceilUlly 1 unUSllCU. R. C. ST AW ARB, "In many of the disease PECULIAR 0 WOMEN MENSTRUAL IRREG ULARITIES. SUPPRESSION and the many, functional derangements resulting from CIILORO ANAEMIC conditions, I prescribe BUFFALO LITHIA WATER DR. WM. T. HOWARD, of Baltimore, Professor of Diseases of Women and Children in the University of Maryland, says of these waters : "In short, were I called upon to state from what mineral waters I have seen the createst and most unmistakable amount of good accrue in the largest number of cases in a general way, l would unhesitatingly say the BUFFALO SPR1NUS, in MecKienuurg cpuniy, ir ginia. DR. WILLIAM B. TOWLES, Profes sor of Anatomy and Materia Medica in the Medical Department of tne univer sity of Virginia: "In some of the PECULIAR AFFEC TIONS of WOMEN, notably In SUP PRESSION of the MENSES, I have found BUFFALO LITHIA WATER HIGHLY EFFICACIOUS." I). F. A. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTIU'CTOIl or Music and h HllVATK I.KSSONS ON cnrAral itaaro noct OT11 llflVO In with almost the same confidence that 1 1 cases found it highly benehcial. The late DR. J. MARION SIMS, the Great Specialist in DISEASES OF WO MLN, says : "T have used in mv practice tho water of Mecklenburg county, Virginia, for Music arranged to order for au Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Hand or Orchestral Instrument. many 1 Water in Casss of I Doz. Half-Gallon Bottles, $5 f. o. b. Here. -o Descriptive pamphlets sent free. Springs open for guests June 11892. BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, VA. ELLIS, S1WE & CO'S GK EAT CLEARANCE SALE OF BEMADSTS Will be continued through next week. Every line of goods i3 represented on bur remnant tables. Elegant line of Black Goods in lengths from 3 to 6 yards. Among them will be seen some of the best grodes of 4G-inch Henriettas. See them. They arc cheap and desirable. You can pick up a dres3 pattern at a bargain. Our clearance sale of Mattings at cut prices still hold3 good. A few choice patterns jet on sale. These Mattings are cheap and we advise all in need of Matting to call and secure a bargain leforc the lot is cleared out. 124 Main. Street, Durham, N. C. nation of Instrument. Private conversational lesson in Krtcci and German. Young ladies attended at their nAitK- Satisfaction and rapid advancements" anteed studious pur-ils- THltMS REASONABLE Residence, Liberty Street, near Durham. '. C. Has Secured During 1892: W. D. IIowll. George 3Irelit!i, Andrew Lane, St. George Mivart, Kudyard KIplIOK. II. It. Stevenon, uiikl". W. Clark Huell. M ro I U France IlMlc"n urDr And many other distlniruUbfd Wrrt THE SUNDAY SUK la the Greatest SundJr Se"f f 13 & Price, 5 cent a copy. Adtlre THE BVS. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to ' 'j W' and other poinisaii- HOUSE BILLS COMPl- AT SHOUT .VUTlCt. ADd ac3arCr7 in V f . Dressed Ceiling and Floors Come and m Merrick'i barber avy. H ? T