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THK DURHAM DAlLiY GLOBE, SATURDAY, JULY 2.
AROUND THE WORLD! THE NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE STATE AND COUNTRY. Iin- L,.i..n,i. itf-l. Stolen, "Written, ,?Vl-w - alined and Abducted for the Ben efit of Globe Busy Header. The president yesterday nominated George P. Johnston, of Louisiana, to be civil service commissioner, vice Hugh S. Thompson, resigned. A railroad train in Pennsylvania while running at full speed, the other day, was struck by lightning. Two per sons were seriously, if not fatally, in jured. The senate has confirmed the nomina tions of the following postmasters : B. F. Carter, Cedar Town, Ga.; F. II. Powers, Starkville, Miss.; N. B. Lovelace, Martin, Tenn. The monthly public debt statement' issued from the treasury department yes terday fchows a reduction in the debt dur ing the last month of $1,820,90:5, and dur ing the fiscal year closed yesterday $11, .'0,299. The national note company which re cently began business in the negotation of commercial papers in New York, has been compelled by the government to stop business because of the illegal use of the word "National" in the title. A special of Sunday to the Washing ton Post from Denver, Col., says : Ed win J. Kyan, who adsconded from this city with $30,000 of the United States Express company's money, has been ar rested in that city. The stolen money has been recovered. There has been a destructive fire at Jonesboro, on the Cape Fear and Yad kin Valley railroad. The warehouse there was struck by lightning during the storm Friday night and set on fire and was totally consumed together with all the content?, including freight, papers, records etc. Mr. Junius Penny a trusted clerk in the Wilmington postofiice went North a few days ago, and since his departure signs of crookedness have come to light, lie has written a letter to Postmaster French in which he states he will not re turn to Wilmington. There is no direct clue as to the packages that have disap peared, but the evidences are against Mr. Penny. Three hundred negroes surrounded the calaboose at Haynes, a small station on the Iron Mountain road, in Lee county, Arkansas, Thursday night, and took a negro named Donnelly from his cell and lynched him to a limb of a tree. Tues day Donnelly outraged a colored girl 12 years of age living on the Carnpson plan tation. The mob was composed entirely of colored people. Charles Stucker called on his sweet heart, Miss Bessie Kobins, in JefTerson ville Ky., and while there her little brother came into the room with a re volver. Stucker took it, and, pointing it at his sweetheart, said : "Lookout, I am going to shoot you" and he did. A serious wound was inllicted in the young lady's groin. Stucker says he "didn't know that it was loaded." COMING AND GOING. Newton Enterprise : Sheriff Howe has under arrest a young black negro answering the description of the negro who committed an outrage on Mrs. Klutz, near Elmwood, Rowan county, a short time ago. lie followed his track from this place to Denvar Wednesday where he was overtaken. lie had on a pair of pants from Yount & Shrum's stock, with the tag still on, which he in all probability stole here Tuesday. Misses Gertrude Hager and Lizzie Spears, of Charleston, W. Va., are two of the handsomest young ladies in the section of Lincoln county, in which they live. The long continued contest between them for social preference led to bitter enmity, and Miss Spears, hav ing recently made several conquests by her superior charms, her rival, Miss Ha ger, could stand it no longer, and one day hist week challenged the object of her hatred to mortal combat and fired live shots at her. She proved a bad marksman and none of the shots took effect. Miss Spears was before Justice Smith the day following for a warrant to restrain her enemy from further vio lence, and the end is mt yet. LOOK AT THIS. Durham People on the Slove and Visitors in the City. T. II. Martin left to-day for Morhcad. T. A. Noel, of Koxboro, is in the city. John 31. Green, of Koxboro, is in the city. J. 15. Wilkinson, of Koxboro, is in the city. F. II. Cameron, of Baleigb. is in the city. J. II. Mahler has gone to Raleigh on a visit. W. A. Mills of Koxboro, is in Durham today. Miss Maggie Watkins has gone to Morehead. W. V'. Fuller has returned from More head City. M. P. Carter, of Lynchburg, was in the city to day. W. S. Micks, of Raleigh, was in the city to day. G. T. Morgan, of Virginia, is in the city to-day. W. P. Weeks, of Lexington, is at the Foster house. W. E. Bishop, of Petersburg, is at the Foster house. F. A. Chapman, of Oxford, is at the Hotel Driver. Mr. W. R. Israel and wife left to-day for Morehead. J. J. Squires, of Hillsboro, was in the city yesterday. Miss Francis, of Baltimore was in the city yesterday. W. P. Nelson, of Morrisville, was in the city to-day. R. C. Burton and wife left to day for Morehead City. John Hutchings and wife have gone to Morehead City. R. D. Traynham, of Cunningham, N. C, is in the city. W. A. Hefferman, of Lynchburg, is at the Foster house. W. C. Ruflin, of Warrior, Ala , was in the city yesterday. Mrs. C. M. V. Follett, left to-day for a visit to New Berne. Master Edgar Bivins has gone to Gra ham to visit relatives. II. M. Callaham, of Lynchburg, Va., was in the city to day. Miss Lizzie Taylor returned from More head yesterday evening. Mrs. W. B. Mann, of Raleigh, is on a visit to Mrs. I. M. Reams. Miss Jennie Saunders, of Richmond, Va., is at the Foster house. Miss Emma Lloyd, of Hillsboro, was in the city yesterday evening. W. A. Guthrie and J. S. Carr returned to-day from Bessemer City. A. K. Francis, a boiler inspector of Augusta, Ga , is in the city. S. J. Allen, of Rogers' Store, is in the city with a good lot of tobacco. II. N. Brown went to Hillsboro yester day evening to visit his family. Rev. T. A. Boone 'and wife, of Lexing ton, are visiting their son, R. B. Boone. L. M. Gray, of Rogers' Store, is in the city and reports cotton blooms June 29. L. II. Longmire, of Creedmore, passed through the city to-day en route to Carey. D. A. Chapel, of Granville, passed through the city to-day en route to Raleigh. Rogers, of Creedmore, passed the city to day en route to A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. The Trinity Land company who.it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon laud near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to any person desiring to build. It is the Intention of the company to build up a nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, geneal manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. The Homeliest Man In Durham, As well as the handsomest, and others arc invited to call on druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is telling 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. S. II. through Apex. Lewis Blount came in to-day from Hillsboro and reports the O-kee nee-chee farm all O. K. C. A. Stanford, of Person county, passed through the city to-day en route to Burlington. Charlie Ashley, of Ai, N. C, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Atlanta. W. T. James, of Ai, N. C, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Atlanta. Sirs. Ivey, of Raleigh, who has been visiting friends in the city, returned to her home to-day. Frank Carlton is home to-day from Greensboro and he looks better and feels better than he has for years. P. C. Clayton, of Roxboro, was in the city to-day en route to Greensboro to at tend the battle ground celebration. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Murray have re turned to the city after several weeks absence at Morehead City anil other points. George and Vestal Earnhardt, two little orphan boys of Salisbury, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Oxford. L. J. Moore and family, of New Berne, passed through the city yesterday even ing en .route to Mt. Airy to spend the summer. Hon. Wm. Bobbins and family, who have been to Morehead City, passed through the city yesterday evening en route to their home at Statesville. 3Ir. Robbins said to the reporter that the noise and bustle of that place was too much for his invalid wife. C. R. Williams, who lost his wife a few days ago in this city, 'carried his little 17-month-old boy to his sister, near Hills boro, yesterday evening. v Area and Population of the World. The data given in "Die Bevolkerung der Erde" show that the area of the world is 52,299,431 square miles and the population 1,479,729,151, an average of twenty-eight to the square mile. Raven stein's revised estimate for 1890 gives the area at 51,250,600, the population at 1,467,920,000, and twenty-nine to the square mile, and estimates the increase of the world's population in a decade (1880-90) at 8 per cent. - In computations of this kind several totals, particularly in Asia and Africa, have to be obtained by estimate. It is quite possible that the total population reaches more nearly 1,500,000,000 than the figures given. In any event the lat ter in round numbers are more practical and easier to remember, une. Chicago Trib- 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 called 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 100. Trial size free. At all druggists. S j cJManijfactured onlv B Cf) t I PAVHITLOCKRICHMONDYAi The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer fs universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, Winkelmann's Diarrhcea and Cholera Remedy has proved its inestimable worth in the prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, cramps, etc. Service able under all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price 25 cents at all druggists. CHICAGO. ET. SOLID Through Trains -FROM- s TO Kansas City, St. Joseph, DENVER, ST, PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Free Reclining Chair Cars! only One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE BEST LINE t'Olt THE BLACK HILLS, AND ALL POINTS NORTH WEST A. C. DAWES, G. P. & T. A , St. Louis, Mo. H. R. TODD, Gen. Agent, Nashville, Tenn. REV. SAM P. JONES. THE ATLANTA JOURNAL Is the only newspaper that prints one of Sam Jones' sermons every week. His fearless preaching is the marvel of the nineteenth century, and nowhere can buildings be found to accommodate the vast congregations that gather to .hear him. The evangelist also writes a weekly letter to The Journal, which is alone worth more than the price of the paper. A fine engraving 8x14 of Sam Jones free to every subscriber. The Journal is the best all-around weeklj- newspaper printed south of Bal timore. Sixty-four long columns, filled with matters of interest from all parts of the world. Only $1.00 per year. Agents wanted. Address C. F. KING, Manager, The Weekly Journal, Atlanta, Ga. THE FALL SESSION OF- Henderson College Will Open Sept. 5, 1892, With n. full corps of teachers in En glish, Latin, German, French, Spanish, and Mathematics through conic sections, Music, vocal and instrumental, Art, Elocution and Calisthenics. For catalogue with terms and special rates, address MRS. 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The Great Regulator of Their Great Function. DR. IIALSTEAD BOYLAND, Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of Paris and former Professor in the Baltimore Medi cal College, TB Avenue d'Antin,Pari3: "BUFFALO LITHIA WATER is, per haps MORE TIIAX ANY OTHER WA TER IN THE WORLD, A SPECIFIC for diseases of the FEMALE PELVIC ORGANS. It acts as a MEN STRUAL REGULATOR; in cases of AMENORRHEA it reduces the CATA MENIA, Tvhile 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 flow appear AT THE REGULAR INTERVALS OF TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS, accommo dating itself in some unaccountable man ner to each class of cases." DR. JOHN II. TUCKER, Henderson, N. C, member of the Medical Society of North Carolina, member of the American Medical Association : "In many of the disease PECULIAR TO WOMEN MENSTRUAL IRREG ULARITIES, SUPPRESSION and the many functional derangements resulting from CHLOROAN.EMIC conditions, I prescribe BUFFALO LITHIA WATER with almost the - same confidence that I do QUININE in CHILLS and FEVER." DR. WM. T. HOWARD, of Baltimore, Professor of Diseases of Women and Children in the University of Maryland, sa3's of these waters : "In short, were I called upon to state from what mineral waters I have seen the greatest and most unmistakable amount of good accrue in the largest number of cases in a general way. I would unhesitatingly say the BUFFALO SPRINGS, in Mecklenburg county, Vir- i ginia. DR. WILLIAM B. TOWLES, Profes sor of Anatomy and Materia Medica in the Medical Department of the 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." The late DR. J. MARION SIMS, the Great Specialist in DISEASES OF WO MEN, says: "I have used in my practice the water of the BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS of Mecklenburg county, Virginia, for several years past, and have In many cases found it highly beneficial." Water in Cases of I Doz. Half-Gallon Bottles, $5 f. o. b. Here. -o- Desci-iptivc pamphlets sent free. Springs open for guests June 1, 1892. THO!. X GOODE, Prop., BUFFALO LITHIA SPKINGS, VA. ELLIS, STONE & CO'S ZST GREAT -TO CLEARANCE SALE OF REMAWTS Will be continued through next week. Every line of goods is represented on our remnant tables. Elegant line of Black Goods in lengths from 3 to C yards. Among them will be seen some of the best grode3 of 46-inch Henriettas. Sec them. They arc cheap and desirable. You can pick up a dre?3 pattern at a bargain. Our clearance sale of Mattings at cut prices still holds good. A few choice patterns yet on sale. These Mattings arc cheap and we advise all in need of Matting to call and secure a bargain before the lot is cleared out. 124 Main Street, PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOK . ESTIMATES FURNISH My Brick are the P,ot Maje in this State, AND- I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DURHAM, N. C. DIVISION Freight Agent's Office OF THE Norfolk and Western Railroad IS- Now Open for business IN- Room No. 10, WRIGHT BUILDING, Where Rates and Any In formation Pertaining TO rp ii TA l ..i. x nunc iJL'imi uiii'iu WILL UK Cheerfully Furnished. R. C. STANARD, IK F. A. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, iNBTurcTOK or Music anil Langiags! l'KIVATK I.KSONS Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, CUritf. Flute, Cornet or any other BanJ or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to order for any rofcV nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons In Frts 1 and German. Young ladies attended at their n-sUa Satisfaction and rapid advancement anteed studious pujdls. TKKMS KKASONABLK. Residence, Liberty .Street, near Durham. C. Has Secured During 1892: y.-;.-:i!r.-.. Andrew Unic, Vt.rk Tl- It. Lewi Menon. J"" y kl And many other di,tlnuuL-i THE SUNDAY SUN U the Greats Price. 5 rent.. coPT. ' -""l" LUMBER, LUMBER. w. .r now prep.rrf to ?'tf indotber point. . HOUSE BILLS COMPLE rtl-V AT SUOBT .i rhean u J Ptr'u of carry in toc . Dressed Ceiling and Floo :i.c.no;ru-.)i Durham, X. C. r