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THE GLOBE IS Y THE OI.OHK IS i ; CUSSED and DISCUSSED. NEVER A TOMBSTONE, i IT IS AIXKNE FOR LITE 3IKN. ! EVIIJ12NCK OF PROSPEKI IT. VOL. ITI--NO. 188. OUKHAM, N. C, SATURDAY EVENING, SKPTKMBKU 3, -189a. PRICE FIVE CENTS. F 3 "Wholesale and Retail Druggi COIMPA m 2vHD-S"CT3EIvEIS O-OOZDS -.T 3EI3D-S"CT2vj.vEE PRICES ! Our Soda Fountain, the Largest in the City, is being Worked Hard These Dis, because those who Thirst visit Our Place to Quench their Thirst. S2 Pay a visit to the Most Handsome Store in the State and try one of our Cool, Delicious and Delightful Drinks. STORE BROKEN1 OPEN K. C. Thorn pson Looses Money, Ci gars, Etc. An Iron Bar Is Kent in Order to (iain Entrance. HAYTI THE SCENE OF OPERATION I'eopla Who Come and (Jo lirief lirevi tiex of Interest to All ICealert of The Globe. A store house belonging to Mr. K. C. Thompson at Hayti, an eastern suberb of this city, was broken open and entered by thieves last niht. It seems that money was the main ob ject of the thief as little else was dis turbed. About four dollars was the reward for the bold deed. A box or two of eig (rs, to puff at leis ure moments, also disapeared. The thief gained entrance to the store by bending an iron bar a ross t lie win dow. A party is suspected and doubtless will be arrested at an early dale. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Duy'i Kecord of Cm rent Event in the City and Vicinity. Iiest flour, all grades, at M. I J. Wy att's. Virginia smoked sides at M. I. Wy att's. New corneil mullets at M. 15. Wy att's. Virginia country hams, at M. I. Wyatt's. Try Kingham's reliable hams, at M. B. Wyatt's. Armour's best breakfast bacon, at M. II. Wyatt's. The streets were alive to day with country people. Telly glasses, pints, 40 cents per dozen, at M. II. Wyatt's. Jelly gl tsscs, pints, 4 cents per iloen, at M. JI. Wyatt's. Jelly glasses and fruit jars, extra rubbers free, at M. II. Wyatt's. Ilest Hour, all grades, and Virginia smoked hams, at M. II. Wyatt's. Kingham's reliable and Virginia country hams, at M. II. Wyatt's. Extra rubbers free with fruit jars and jelly glasses, at M. II. Wyatt's. lluy your fruit jars aud jelly glasses, extra rubbers free, at M. II. Wyatt's. Nrew corned mullets and Armour's best breakfast bacon, at M. 13. Wyatt's. If you want anything in the pipe line call on Heller at his Durham Cigar and Tobacco store. Virginia country hams, Kingham's reliable hams and new corned mullets, at M. H. Wyatt's. For heavy or fancy groceries at bot tom prices call on W. II. l'roctor at the Uacket Grocery. Several school boys from various points in the state took dinner at the Hotel Driver to day. Armour's best breakfast bacon, Vir ginia smoked sides and all grades best ilour, at M. II. Wyatt's. Try Occoneechce, Perfects, and Sweet Heart cigars at Heller's Durham Cigar and Tobacco store. Finest New York state creamery butter and cheese for sale at the Hacket Grocery, telephone No. 2:. Miss Georgie Whitaker, of Winston, who has been visiting la the city, left this morning for her home. Just received one car load of ceiling and tlooring and one car good heait shingles at Jas. W. Jones & Co. Special care will be taken to make the excursion to Morehead September 8 the most enjoyable one of the season. Mr. Geo. IJ. Dlackwell will give you better bargains in safes than were ever had la Durham before. Call and see him. The fare to Morehead and return "A Swell Turn Out." BADLY FRIGHTENED! They Eiiter the Excavation Prematurely. The Fuse Does Xot Horn and Then It Does Horn. EARTH BELCHES IN THER FACES Life. only $2 ."50, and two days may be spent in fishing, boating, etc. Board $1 per day. The excursion to Morehead Septem ber 8 is looked forward to with great interest, as it is to be the tip top one of the season. W. II. Proctor, at the Racket Gro cery, corner Mangum and Parrish streets, guarantees prices andgoods, either whole sale or retail. Master Joe Hassett, of Hillsboro, who has been visiting friends at Oxford, passed through the city yesterday even ing en route to his home. The Hotel Driver has been well filled with guests for several weeks. The local i ambler of The Globe enjoyed a substantial meal there to day. First-class groceries of all kinds, po lite and attentive clerks, first-class free deliveries always ready at the Racket Grocery. Send in your orders. W. II. Proctor, proprietor. Mr. Geo. F. Heller, who makes cigars and deals in tobacco, etc , has one of the most attractive signs we have seen. Mr. Heller is located on Main street in the central part of town and doe9 a good business. The readers of Tiie Globe will be glad to know that George F. Heller has opened what will be known as the Du -bam Cigar and Tobacco store, where can be found the best cigars in the city. He proposes to piove to the smoking public that he can make as good cigats in Dur ham as are made elsewher iu thiscountrv. His place is on Main street. Call and see tiie tobacco clock. A FIRM CHANGES. The Millinery Huint-Fs of Mis. A J. Fau ettte & Co., fioes Iuto New Hand!. The milinery business of Mrs. A. J. Faucett & Co., changed hands yesterday, Misses Marr Hinton and Sallie Crockett, two of Durham's most wide awake and enterprising young ladies being the pur chasers. Miss Hinton has been with the old firm for four years and during the ab sence of Miss Xeely, Patterson, the for mer manager, has conducted the busi ness successfully for months together. Miss Crockett, having studied styles and effects for the past two years under the competent instruction of Mrs. C. M. V "PrvlloM t id txinollv- w.rll tin In nil that rrnri tn mnfcp r siirrps;f ill millinpr. Roth young ladies are well known in this city where they have a wide circle of friends and where their business qual ifications are admitted by all. They commence business under cir cumstances the most favorable and with an experience which insures success. The Globe predicts a steady growth for the new firm, and commends the 3'oung ladies for their energy and enter prise. HE SOLD A DEAD HOG. Death Supposed to Have lleen Caused by Disease. J. M. Raucomb was arrested to day on a very serious charge. He brought a hog to the market this morning and sold it to Mr. Swartz. The meat looked very red, and it has been decided by those who seem to know that the hog died of some disease. Witnesses have been summoned and Mr. Raucomb will be brought to trial Monday morning. He gave bond for his appearance. The bile is removed, the head cleared and digestion restored by Simmons Liver Liver Regulator. So simple yet always efficacious in all bilious disorders is Simmons Liver Regulator. Will Be Fully Peruaded In Their Own Minds Before They Examine An other Fuse. In excavating for the new bank build ing on corner of Main and Corcoran streets it is found necessary to do a little blasting occasionally. Yesterday preparations were made for a blast and fire put to the fuse, but it seems that things were not moving as rapidly as thought necessary and two men started to ascertain the cause of de lay. When they were near the blast, the earth suddenly belched in the faces of the gentlemen and gave them a consid erable shock. They escaped without any serious dam age, unless the fright causes a relapse. They expect to be fully persuaded in their own minds after this before they go to examine a fuse that has been fired. Simmons Liver Regulator has never been known to fail to cure all liver diseases. "TX7 WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." ! ii PAINLESS EFFECTUAL. :: ! FOR A it DISORDERED LIVER !l Taken as directed these famous Pills (will prove marvellous restoratives to all J enfeebled by the above or kindred diseases. , it 25 Cents a Box, j 1 1 but generally recognized" in England and, in fart t h roil crh out the world to be "worth a ? in fart throuirtioiit the world to be W . i .l.4 m it ruinca a dox, ior mc icasuu luai iutjr v O WILZ, CURE a wide range of com-1 ; plaints, and that they have saved to many sufferers not merely one but many guineas, J J in doctors bills. s J Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. Nw York Depot 365 Canal C. IT. MURPHY, Ssuis, Eign and OFcamsnid Paintsr DURHAM,' N C. Paper Hanging, Decorating, Frescoing and all things in that Line. 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 Stores. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Duruam and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOKT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry In stock all kinds of Qresscd Ceiling and Flooring, Shingle and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright 4 Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham. N.C C. II. DOUGHTY, Artistic Boot d Ik Mi ! GUEENSUOKO, C . MAXUFACTUKER OF Best Grade Men's Boot, Shoe and Gaiter Uppers. Dealer in Leather and Shoe Findings. Special attention paid to fitting deformed and crippled feet. 103 W. Market St., op. Court House. IDO TOTJ WEAR SHOES -o- r If so, and you want a Bargain that is Genuine, go to THAXTOH & PAT TON, T2sAI3Sr STREET, "W- Where the Great Slaughter Sale in Shoes is On. A General Stock of Merchandise is also going Low, hut this week we want to talk Come and See ! BMBROIDBRIBS ! -o- Two job lots of Embroideries go at two-thirds value. 250 yards first-class Cambric Embroideries, good work, neat patterns, worth 8 cents, go at f cents a yard. 500 yards showy patterns, excellent wearing quality,' worth 15 cents, go at 10 cents a yard. Kemnants of all kinds on sale. 500 yards Lace Scrim in short lengths, worth from S to 15 cents a yard, go at 5 cents for choice. A few choice patterns of Matting on hand, and will be sold at prime cost. rMY FRIEND: T do not wish to bore you my tale of woe is short and sweet will you li.-ten to it?. . I have a stock of ENEEAL MERCHANDISE Which is Full and Complete in Every Department. I do not want to keep this stock so I will give you a chance to take any part of it at Than you have ever seen. Talk is Cheap, but J am paying good money to let you know that I can save you 7-25 CENTS OUT TELE DOLLARIT3 And I am prepared to prove it to you if you will call and see. I buy goods by the Car Load, and I have Groceries and Clothing and Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods in fact ANY AND EVERYTHING Ever found in a general first-class store. I am in Durham to establish a trade and want you to give me a call. -A. 5?" Just below Reams Warehouse, across from Postoffice.