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PRICE FIVE CENTS.
THK GAVE IT TO IIIM ! An Aiiniv er!rjr. PAST SIXTY DOLLARS. who Kfl'iises to Work iets It rrettv Hard. A Fund Started to iSocd an Unfor tunate to Keelev. -A. T DURHAM, N. C. WKliMKSKAT EvKNlJS'U, JULl uO, 1892. 61 p , iirIrI 1'lareil in the Jail Yard in H iji and Oilier Thing. thEGLCBE sees him out part way j' ,! ti ' Conn: ami ; Hrli f Brevi ti i.f Interest to All KeaUerx of 1 lie Globe. ;j D I.fiirli, superintendent of the , ;Ii.v Nv-ik house, brought several of j . .1 .ml) I l-l WUt U1CIU IU v ii'tliC court house yard. 'I'vm ' t these convicts refused to work were tied hand and foot as a 4:.; t !'' ;,Mit fur their refusal to comply i Wh wl'i'T- .,.,,, ,;owan, after half an hour spent , ; !,,., ;i,reed to go to work and the i ri- were removed, hut Henry Rogers ! ,.r. ;-!( ! in not doing any city WOlk t jvt'tv i. Henry is a mean man and t, receive severe punishment but f.( n illy indicted upon him became in Li:n:ii. After being "bucked," which a,la! enough, the order was given to ..;,((; him in the jail yard in the sun. ; the editor of The Clonk wtnts f (.-(. all criminals pay a just penalty f ri iime, but when punishment bc-omes iMih.aioiiH he will enter a protest. When the older was put into execution ; editor of The Oi.oi e w nt and de mainled tli.it the prisoner be put in the :vl: .it once and this demand was U-fM a readily as it had been given. Henry lingers is serving a term at the iik hoii-e for striking a railroad em j'loyet on the head with a bill ard ball. If the authorities had taken him and :;v(ti him about fifty lashes it wou'd Live doi;c the negro good and served :Le cummunity a good turn. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. T In- !;" Ket'ortl of Cut rent Invents in tli City ami Vicinity. - Major (iuthrie's sign was blown dow n !iv yt-!crday's wind. This reporter put i' !i aL'ain againt the door. -Mt.tico. 11. Iilackwell will give you e'ter harjuins in safes than were ever Li I in Durham before. Call and see him. -I'on't fail to see the great panorama ;nL'!jt. Everyman, woman and child 'joiiM 0. It is worth much more than 'rice aked. To cloL' out their stock of baby car r:i.'tat oner, The Cheek Furniture Co. aiTtlic LMcatest inducements ever be ; ': eiTcrt'd. Easy payments if desired. -oinc of the young people of Durham a straw ride to Trinity Park last u:.'ht. We judge they had a line time as !!; were heard laughing a mile and a l':t!f away. I'lif heavy rain that fell here yester i:'y evening did not extend far east of plaee. Roxboro did not know it rained until she came to Durham y'Mtiii;iy evening. " nring the storm yesterday evening "i'inning .Jenny," which is being "ivtel at Five Points, fell. Several I'tr-ns U rc jn tjie tL.nt amj some Were !i irt. hut not dangerously. A few days go Leonidas Holmes, ''""'red, .vtrde several valises in this city M-lesi-apr,!. but justice overtook him in He was brought back to Dur- na hy policeman Wood yesterday to an account of his crookedness. -Mr. Arthur P.utt has arrived with famouM.;inoraina and w ill give his r-t Iiil-ii i.n to night at Stokes hall. ,IJr I'fple should avail themselves of ,: : "i'l'ortunity to see a tirst class atTair hut Miiall nst. Only 10 cents. . was divided in the city court to '5 that a bicycle hail as much right r".i the triets as a wagon, busrgy or tOllf In o 1ri-rt . 1 i . o -''iU'hi ray to run against one that i'.ace,. !u.lr tjie pavcnielltt je was 5U' for the olTense. STUFF DOES NOT COME. ' IVoi.l. ..r ..... . -. ..... iMiinaiti i0 ot Fall In on "" 1-ine TropoKed. 1'' came this morning, and " !l - t' have receiveil on the Kecley 'r r-d Uenton. .' 'ucks a little to rush it on. Here 134:1 wh,) ffi-ls that he would like to f h v and he cannot do so, because n:tuei:d condition. , . "e l"''JI'!e should see tn it that ho is If tvy readei of The Globe in Dur- ould ;!ve a tritle he would be safe. TL i-tion is will they do it? She Do you remember what d.iy ; .!. is the anniversary of? He Well, I should say I lia. She I thought vou would. . He Humph! Who could for. -t t i dav his own house was linru i? " ----- She Geonre! ! He What? She It's the day you pro i to .-.1 t (Tears and a scene). -Lif.;. IX HAD SUA I'M ! A MAN GQT JAMME" AN0 jerked TO A GREAJ DEQREE Our Jteporter Take a Look at What Ik I,efc of II i in atil Makts an OUser ation. Uuil Hester, a colored man who has been employed by the railroad, was as sisting in placing a flat car, that had been thrown from the track, back to its place, when the lever by which he was prizing gave way and threw him to the ground. He was severely hurt, though he has at tempted tc work several times since the accident, which happened at Clarksville. We know nothing of the boy or the accident, except his own version of the m uter, but we do know that he is suffer ing and needs attention. He has no money, and is among strangers. His mother lives near Oxford but is unable to care for her son. The boy says he would have sent for a doctor but he did not feel that he could pay a doctor bill. Mr J. J. Rogers has kindly cared for him to day, but he does not feel that he can give him the attention that he needs at this time. The proper authorities would, perhaps, d ) well to look after this man. Some offer relief by suggesting the pro priety of a hospital at this place. This suggestion is very good and should be considered, but this individual may be in eternity before Durham has such an in stitution. Immediate relief is the proper step in this case. POLICE COURT. What the ;rist Wa at the Mayor's OlHee This Morning. The cessation of business in the may or's court is followed by a half doen ca!es at one time. W. II IJarbee, white, was up for drunk enness, fined $" 00 (Jeorge Pickard, white, drunk ami curs ing, lined 00. Jennie Stephens, colored, boisterous cursing, lined ."i 00. Hannah Ferrell, boisterous cursing, judgment suspended on payment of c, A0.30 Dink H drnes, larceny, bound over to court in a bond of $100, and failing to lind security, was sent to jail. .John Slater, leaving dray on street, rined 1 00. EMMA CAMERON DEAD. The Wtll-Knowii Cook Died To-day at the Work House. Kmma Cameron died at the poor house to day. She will be buried to morrow. Most all the people in the city will re member that she once worked for them. Must Suppose." Suppose you were a married man as perhaps you are -and had a good husi nc?s We trust you have and yi weie not laying up money as you often declare you" are not and you had several tine children as we hear you have and your wite should wake up crying some uight as we trust she may not and say as possibly she would in such a case "I dreamed that you were dead, and we were turned out of the house, and the babv w as sick, and 1 had no money to pay the doctor, aud Harry's clothes were rairged, and I had no way to get more, and Minnie had gone to the orphan asy lum Oh, dear ! I am so glad it was only a dream." What would you do in such a case? The answer is readily given. If he is a sensible man and we pre sume he is he w ill apply immediately to Adams, the life insurance agent, for oae of those desirable policies and then wife, J Harry, Minnie ana me resi oi me cun dren will all be provided for, and he will be happv. Samuel L. Adams, Office Kooms21 Wright Building, Durham, N. C. Nobody can be troubled with constipa tion or piles if they take Simmons Liver Regulator. The Cox house has changed its name. It now appears as the Gulley house. To counteract the desire for strong drink take Simmons Liver Regulate r. (her Sixty Dollars Already in asd All Should Come. HE'S AN OLD CONFEDERATE SOLDIER Those Who Want to If Hp 1 ho Who Arf Ileserving Should Not rieitate a Moment in This Matter. We have a scheme which should bear fruit. It is suggested by a gentleman who does and who i not given to talk. There is a one legged confederate soldier in the town, who w ants to go to Keeley, and The Gloije proposes, if possible, to help him. It is Mil. EI) HEN TON. The fund now stands Cash, J. J. Jiogers, P. L. Hunter, S. L. Adams, Cash, Cash, Pt. W. Ii. Happer, W. A. Albright, C. I). Whitaker, Joe King, W. W. Thompson, J. T. Christian, F. S. Starrette, James Barnes, J. M. Pinnix, Ii. L. Duke, Bud Ferrell, Cash, Cash, J. A. Warren, S. U? Perry, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, Cash, K. S. Sheppe, Keeley ites (Greensboro), Oxonian, E. J. Parrish, II. A. Beams, J. L. Watkins, J. J. Mackay, Cash, To date. 425 00 o.(K) 1 00 1.00 2.- 2r, 25 2o 1.00 r 00 1.00 or. 2r, ."iO 1 00 2.- ?0 2., no i r oo 1.00 1 00 l oo .-,o io.or And the question comes to all who will , , ... - how much will you give Kvcry penny will count, and all of the be duly acknowledged. If we do not tret enough to send him to , , . ... . Ivoeiey (? !....() for his case) all will be refunded The time to act is now, aud come in wirh wm. siib-rrii.ti.in Thiro i mmli io do in this line and this first attempt can not sta't any too soon. Those who desire todona'e will call at the oiiice an I we will explain to them the fcheme. Those who are in earnest will appreciate this call. Let the response be early if but five cents it will help on the business. A Loyal OllVrinj;. The following letter, in connection with this affair, explains itself and is well worth attention and consideration: To tiik Editok : Seeing in the col umns of your valuable paper of the issue of the 15th and 10th inst, headed a scheme to help a onedegged confederate soldier to realize the benefits of the won derful "Keeley Cure" and heartily sym pathizing with such an uufortunate, the patients and attendants of the institute at this place desire to aid in the cause, knowing from our actual experience the great benefits to be so speedily received, take pleaMire in sending you herein $5.00 anil trust that this worthy man who fought so bravely may be relieved from the deamou of drink, anil hope that he may meet with friends elsewhere who will respond to so noble a charity. We can all vouch for the efficacy of the treatment administered here. We most cordially contribute this small amount believing that it is more blessed to give than to receive, and that the Lord loveth a cheerful giver. You can use this letter as you think best It is the one sentiment ofallibat God will bless the Keeley cure and the management. Respectfully, Keeleyites. Greensboro Institute, July 17. Ko other Strsaparilla possesses the combination. Proportion, and Process which make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar to itself. HENRY, Clearance This is no Humbug or advertisement to draw a crowd, but everything in above line is being sold at and below cost. They must be sold every shoe and every piece of dry goods so that our entire attention can be 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 : Luke (Jeorge A A Sheet Fine Prints, Hest Prints, Imperial Challic, (iinjjhams, We make no conditions, but require customers to take 10 yards id any of the above goods, excepting Flannel and Pant ( mods. We have a few handsome sets of Knives and Forks which are being sold at cost, viz.: 3 Sl.W, SO) and S1.7f. rS 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, $1.2"), $1.00. Former prices were $)$.00, $2.50, $1.75, $1.50. Men's $3.(X) shoes at $2.35; $2.50 shoes at $l.b(); $1.50 shoes at $1.00. The above prices are not for a day or a week, but until vite you to call and see what we TOUGH DOSE. A Ciiso WhU h Loudly rails for a Prose cution for Cruelty to A titmals. Galveston, N. C, July 20. Special Henry Neal, colored, while whipping his boy, about 12 years of age, broke his thigh. The boy is suffering severe pain anj js not expected to live. ! HOTHER'S RIEND j is a scientifically prepared Liniment and harmless; every ingredient is of , Jni,f.fl VRi :nfo constant, nso by tho medical profession. It short- ' una T ,jVinr T.occona Piin Dtminis.liP'? I Oager to life of Mother and Child, Bock -To Mothers" mailed free, con- i taining valuable information and j j voluntary testimonials. ! ! ?e,,t l'y express, charges prei aul, on rcceiit j ! of price, 1.50 per bottle. : LRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all druggists G:ii, hi d Crystal Paintings ! AT- STOKES I ALL Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Nights, July 20, 21, and 22, Admission IO Cents.'SQ A SURVIVOR OF THE VAR. v4 id a z n. 0 H 1855-1892. 3s 1 s2 Wu"$ Q BR I EM- Sale of Dry Goods -o- insr, 5 cents 4 cents 5 cents 3 rents 7 cents I Jest Ticking Blcaehed Domestic, Linen Pant (jtxxls, Tved Flannel, White Flannel. Also rateens, Worsteds, Di ess Uutt DO YOC CATCH THE RACKE Ahead in Everything in Qroceries ! t It will pay you to remember that things may go wrong in Hie kitchen without your knowing it. What you j think is right may not be right. In ! groceries, as in other matters, there j are the good, the bad ami the indif ferent The bad vm don't want at any price; the inditlerent is certainly i not what vou want v hen it is juj-t .a,Giit as cosy to get the best as it is I to be exasperated with the worst. q j We say we are ahead of everything ; in groceries. What we mean is that you can rely upon u not only for the T choicest varieties of .-taplc and fancy trroccrics, but for a service that will H , m just as satisfactory in joint of jco.n as it is in point of quality. Our motto is W. K. T. V. W. H. PROCTOR. j Happy content Is a hom with " The Ro i Chester ; a Limp with the liht of the rooming'. Caulozues. write Rochester LaxnpCo.. New York. GO'S and Shoes ! 7 cents 7 cents 12 cents -0 cents JO cents ms, Kte the goods are gone. offer. W e in- CO. DURHAM SUPPLY CO. NEW BUILDING I faiirtms Control Commerce ! j I ii a'practieal way circum stances enable us to organize an Extraordinary Bargain Sale ! WHICH Will be respected as an event without precedent in the history of Durham re tailing. Wise buyers will secure the plums without additional advertising coax ing. Circumstances Create Mmil Ot'It ncsiNi:ss Has outgrown our store room, but we have decided to keep our present store and add a new one. The contractors are waiting on us to make room for the workmen, and we must be ready soon. In order to ac complish this we have de cided to reward tin? public with wonderful price-concessions during this month. The Profits go straight olf. Durham Supply Co. Csiizi Street- BOARDERS WANTED! Tlo F.ter httuvi on Morris trt-t Lan Jut txet-n oewljr f urulshl &rl r-jlr-l I am mtw Ireir-1 toatomruo-latc liiutteil uumU r of l-:mble boarder, bjr Any cr wek. S-nt room ana tables trie bet the market muonH. lUtn rwuionable. M US. JOHN A LLEN.