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! mmm mmm m THE GLOHE IS TIIK GLORR 19 NEVER A TOMBSTONE. it is ALoxt run livk men. ! CUSSED and DISCUSSED, , ! KVmKNGK OF 1'KOSI'KIII FY. VOL. IU--NO. j::r,. DURHAM N. C, TUUIISUAY P'VKNING, OCTOBER 20, 18915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. WW THE WHY. BURGLE MEX! IhiM- I iiuT'Sssfiil Attempts Made aA K veiling. v(,,iiie lin IVrfeclfd to Trap Some ol Km. T TO BE PROMISCUOUSLY PLACED IVopN- Wlio Come and Jo llrief Hrevi ti. f I liferent to All Header of The ;iole. A n:,it, which is authentic, conies ! . Tin. ;i.oi;k to the ( JTtct that last nlii t iicrc un; three more attempts at ! j ,'!! r v --two in one part of the t"WD, ti, (.in- in a not her. While Tn k Ci.okk. which prints the u,w- uliiii news i-- news, regrets that it cuiinot L'iv name or places, is 1,'lad to M.iiv that nothing was stolen. The wi.uM Ik- io!iI' i wen- seen 1 y the man n! tin' la-t lions, ami he thinks he rcc cMiit'il the two fellows and names are w iihlicM for the iea-on that a trap v ill !,c -ct to catch .-((incline i' i, the opinion o! t he gentleman who .::c-ti-tl,i-intoiinaiion that Kogers is the hi-f of a M julaily organized gang of ik tl.it . II he if,, then silence will avail cot hi n because the two tie :r..i - lar-t i:Lht will make a report of de tection l(owftr, it may he that every sneak i- fur liim-elf ami tin' devil for 'em all in L;'(j, t t-e it N highly probable that a few culij, col' if il bodies will be drag ged tip f. r Dr. .Johnson to hold an in ciitt ot : pit tty soon as some bait is to he lilt in sii;ht , ami instead of it being ' lii.ei in the wood pile" it will be a 111:112 with a shot uii-and the gun will he lou'.Yil for 'lar, or coons, as tlie case nuv !... l! i he scheme fails during the week the olici will he i,m'vi'ii a clew that may :' .t'l ; to si. nct hing. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. TIk- t - Kt'toiil of ('in rent lvt-nt in I lie City and Vicinity. 'penin still on ami new goods .nivin-everydiv.it the Durham Sup- I'iv To, hardest and handsomest line of dress o,m!s , er brought to the city at the D irham Supply Co. Ladies' wraps the very latest, all wei-hts .i:ui ju t.n,iie!;S variety, at the 1 '".! ham Supply Co. l iM received one car load of ceiling ,:i 1 'fo.irin and one car good beait . ".jles at .I.k. .Tones A: Co. -Idle and bed linen, the best and !!' e ( ry housekeeper should see 'h' the Durham Supply Co. N west and nobbiest styles in men's :u-'1 !" liats, caps ami gent's furnish--iH'ds at the Durham Supply Co. y i-;i-real,le silks and velvets in all ;! ' t '.it shatles and colors the very i:itt thi!ur in drestvtrimmings at the 1) ;ih.un Mipply Co. i stock entirely remoyed and a l' !5d' eu new line in every department w - nj placed upon the counters of the l;r!. m Supply Co. bverything you need in dry goods, l "'L.:ij. groceries and staple articles t:t:-he had for the least money at the -m: Supply Co. i !' 'in! Albright reipuests us to say ' ' 1 1 hours will be observed at the '"'"';. t tomorrow. Don't forget it, vouiselt worry. -N'A cities in dres goods, beautiful i!" Hiepenive, for niorning wrappers. ";r,-t lostumes and evening dreses at t: r Ibiiham Supply L'o. -vardsare out aunouncing the mar-r-'eof Miss Sudie Cain to Mr. J. M. 'rteu, at St. Philips church, Durham, on evening f Wednestlay, October 26. -Messrs. Fulkr A: Whitted, trustees, MlUellon Saturday next, October 22, ,n tlie Pr-'ndses, Muiie a number of most irable lots. A,,olU o5 of thege ,ots Getting There With Both Feet! This is the time for the thrifty and far-seeing housewife to see to it that her kitchen in unusually well supplied. It isn't too early to begin to lay in a stock of what will keep and we are quoting prices that tell their own story to economical and careful buyers. Our stock embraces everything the market affords and some things that every market does not alTord. We fully understand the importance of giving at this special season of the year, special attention to every demand made upon us and you can implicitly rely upon us for a prompt, satisfactory and thorough fulfillment of all orders. Your friend, DURHAM, N. Honej iikhmi ''ookery. "And so my little wife cooked this all her self? What does she call it?" " Well, 1 started it for bread, but after it cuiiii) out of the oven I concluded I'd better put sauce on it and call it pud ding." Life. are on both sides of Parrish street? Among them are the most desirable lots in Durham for business houses. Our ready-made clothing department embraces every article worn by men and boys, and a perfect fit guaranteed in every instance. The Durham Sup ply Co. Col. Will K. Yates, after taking a course at a business college in Baltimore is home again, but does not wear whis kers, lie will remain in Durham we are glad to say. In all ages people have married, from the Smiths, Browns, Jones' and Greens to the Kings, and others rulers. Durham will not be left behind in the observance of this time-honored fashion. Wait for the 20th. and listen to the marriage-bells. It is against the town ordinance to block the sidewalk with wares or with people, yet a horse stood cross-ways and had absolute possession of a Main street sidewalk for quite a time this morning, and pedestrians had to take the street to get around him. Mr. John Shelburu, who does the talking over tobacco at Burlington, went to the fair to day. He will sell the concern at public auction to morrow at il p. m The wild west show will be sold separately. Mayor Angier is ex pected to buy it for the Durhhin police to amuse themselves with. Saturday, October 22, there will I e sold in Durham by Messrs. Fuller tfv Whitted, two desirable building lots on Iast Main street, 100200 feet each, with a four-room house on one. Two lots on Church and twenty live on I'arrisb street will be sold at the same time. A No "I'ragtown Farm," containing 100 act es, and the "Carrield" place of 2 acres To morrow, Columbus day, is to be a national holiday. It will be celebrated here in various ways. The schools will do it honor, and the banks and post office will be closed. It's a pit 1 y that previous engagements prevent the atten dance of the Old Man. It would doubt less do him good to see how much he discovered when he hit on Durham; and the local reporter will gladly join hfm in exploring the town in search of new things. Parties wanting to invest in Durham real estate will have a rare opportunity to do so on Saturday next, the 22d inst. The property to be sold is now the most valuable vacant grounds in the city, and is so situated with reference to the busi ness of the place, its increase in value is as certain as the flight of time. An op portunity will also be given for the pur chase of a fruit, dairy, and market gar den farm in the Bragtown place. For further information set ad. in this issue, or apply to Messrs. Fuller and Whitted trustees. Cheap Kate to ltocky Mount. . C. The Atlantic Coast Line railroad and other railroads of North Carolina and Virginia, with their accustomed liber ality, have agreed lo furnish tickets for the grand tobacco exposition and land sale, November 2 and at half price, or at the rate of one fare for the round trip. Let no one miss this grand opportunity to come and see the great progress of this wonderful Eastern Carolina town. Tlit HutuUoiuest Lady in Durham Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit any druggist will give youa Sample Bottle Free. Large sire 50c and $1. ,11 'II t I C. SAMBO RUNS AWAY ! Consternation and Cramp Colic in the Republican Camp, While the Demon Are Making Hay at a Lively Rate. THE NEGROES PLANNING A CHANGE Colonel Albright Says That the Itads Will Try to Hold 'Em, and the Oemmys Say They've Got 'Kin Sure. Thunder is to play among the politi cians here to day. A seemingly well founded report has gone abroad that a colored democratic club was formed here last night, composed of the most intelligent and leading negroes of Dur ham. Colonels Caleb Green, Fuller, Parker, and other democrats are wearing a broad smile to think they wont have so many votes to manipulate. Colonel Albright is all excitement. They say he has sent no less than three telegrams to Colonel John Wanamaker, asking what he must do. Meantime, the colored brethren wear a broad grin and say not a word. He thinks that turn about is fair play and that as he has voted with the republicans so long, and the democrats are short on funds, he will stand a better chance to raise the wind by going over to the dem ocrats, and then let the republicans change him. There is some apparent method in this; but, however it may be, uneasy sets the crown of our political leaders to-day. The situation is funny it is unique but such are the uncertainties of those who wish to rule the public that " many headed, monster thing." The colored brother has ever been an imitator, and when the news came here that there was a colored democratic club already formed in Charlotte, and rumors of one in Oxford, the Durham negro could not stand being left out of the fashion, and, with commendable town pride, came at once to the front. Colored democratic clubs are now epi demic, and more contagious than cholera. Tom Settle has been telegraphed to go at once to Washington and have Harrison issue a quarantine message against the entire business. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor in the City. , Mike Collins, of Henderson, was on Durham streets to day. Mr. Hundley, of Hundley Bros., Ox ford, was in town to-day. Hev. H. J. Moorman is visiting in the city and is welcomed by his many friends. Mrs. Joe Person, so well known all over the country for her great remedy, and also for her rendition of music, was in town yesterday. Dr. E. C. Laird, of Haw River, went to Raleigh to-day see the Alamance county horses, in which he takes great interest, do some good trotting. Mr. J. B. Whitaker, Jr., of Winston, passed through to-day to Goldsboro, to attend the burial of his father, whose death was related in yesterday's Globe. It is a plain fact that twenty per cent, of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by consumption; and when we reflect that this tetrible disease can te forestalled by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, shall we condemn the sufferers for their negligence, or pity them for their igno rance. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, oftice or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, Wiukelniann's Diarrhoea 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 rents at all druggists. W. ALL SHOULD REGISTER ! THE TIME GROWS SHORT AND YOUR COUNTRY CALLS. No Matter What Your Politie-W hether Prohibition, Third Party, I!eiulli-t-an or Democrat-Reginter ! Now is the time for every good citizen to register. The dudes, republicans, pro hibitionists and thirdites can also avail themselves of this privilege any week day, till 12 o'clock noon, October 29. To vote you must register, and to reg ister you must have been a citizen of the state for twelve months, and of the county for ninety days. It is a poor citizen who does not regis ter, and a worse one who does not vote in such a crisis as this. If you care aught for your country or your indi vidual welfare, don't fail to do your duty in this election. People in Durham township can regis ter at the following places: All on the south side of the Richmond and Danville railroad must go to W. G. Vickers, office of superintendent of pub lic instruction, up-stairs, in the court house. Voters on the north side of the Rich mond and Danville railroad will register with B. C. Woodall, at Wyatt's harness store, Main street. TO-MORROW THE DAY. What Will lie Done at the Different Schools in This City To-morrow. The following is the programme of the Durham graded school's celebration, Oc tober 21, 1892 Columbus day : 1. Reading of proclamation. 2. Music "My country, 'tis of thee." :l. Acknowledgment of God. 4. Address Master Frank Fagan. ."5. Address Master John R. Carr. (5. Music. 7. Ode Columbia's banner, Miss Ada Brown. H Address Dr. John F. Crowell. At Trinity. Trinity college takes October 2i for memorial exercises of Columbus day There will be no recitations. The day will begin with chapel exercises at y o'clock. At 10 o'clock the regular me morial programme will be carried out. Dr. Weeks, professor of history and po litical science, will read a paper on " The spirit of the age of Columbus." Pro fessor Armstrong will read a selection from Sydney Lanier's psalm of the West. Mr. H. P. Boggs, class of 1893, will pre sent a paper on " The landfall of Colum bus." Mr. J. A. Baldwin is to furnish a short essay on "The naming of Amer ica." Mr. J. F. Shinn will read a paper on " The fortunes and fate of Columbus." The exercises will be concluded by singing " Columbia, 'tis of thee." The public is generally invited to be present. The exercises will be held in the chapel of the college inn. Dr. Crowell is to make the address at the exercises held in the graded school at the same hour. At ? p. m. he will give a lecture in room E, main building, before the school of finance, economics and administration, on "The economic world in the days of Columbus." "Salvation Oil cured me of a shoulder lameness and pain in back, contracted playing ball last season. I tried several other remedies and all failed. Charles Mean?, 122 Water St., Cleveland, O." 'When you feel uncomfortable about the stomach take Simmons Liver Regu lator. All miserable sufferers with dyspepsia are cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. Fact speak louder than words. Sim mons Liver Regulator has cured bowel disorders. Indigestion. Dizziness. Take Bee cham's Pills. 0ter Daily. T am nnx at stall i ritv m&rkf-t. re- i ceiving fresh oysters daily. Fih of all I kindi. also. My goods come on the 7 o'clock express, direct from the beds. Oysters are being sold at only 30 cents a quart. I. I- JIClees. Nothing like it for dyf pepsia and indi gestion. Simmons Liver Regulator is a I eafesare core. H. PROCTOR. GRAND Fall and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1S02. Our Grand Opening will take place on tlie above day and date. We extend a cordial welcome to all. Latest Novelties, Inklings of Fall Styles, Elegant Display throughout our entire store. Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings will occupy a most prominent part. By far the Best and Largest Stock we have ever shown. Polite, Attentive and Competent Salesmen will take pleasure in showing all through our elegant store. MRS. ADA SMITH ' Has Just Returned from New Vork with a New and Klegant Line of Fall and Winter Millinery f i ALL THE LATEST N. Y. STYLES AT XfiW YORK PRICKS.-JpQ 53 Wait for the Grand Opening Next Week!"-2!S$ ATTEND TO THIS ! ! AUCTION SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE Town Lots On Saturday, October 22, '92, AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.. (liomfmber the day) we will til at Public Auction, on the prtniLe. tb well ltuat-i Ilutioe Lot on Church ani I'arrlh tr--t, in Durham. There are Two Lot on Chnrch Street and About 1 Lot on Itoth Mdf of Iarrih St. All these lots are convenient to the r ii4in- center of the town, and are amon tb lew Qrat-claM vacant iota in the place, suitable for buflne boue. At the woe tlsre we will jell TWO RESIDENCE LOTS On Eat Main street, one containing a fuur roota bouse ; emch lot about luuxJUJ f et in ie: and several vacant lots In ewtern ubur ot Durham. And on aaW day we will lo m-11 the tarm known a Urmjrtown Farm. ounficintf about 1U0 acre, and harln on it outbouft-. barns. Fruit Tree, vineyard and Cn poud ; and "The Cartield Flaoe." near lirarftown, con taining 36 mere. Term of fcaJe: One-third cb.one-U.lrd in Sand U month. Interest on dererred iy menta from day of al at rut- or t t .-eut per annum. FULLER WHI11ED. Tmtee. J2 DISPLAY! Winter ! r: BLOOD! NOT ONLY TKI.Li HI T BLOOD IS LIFE! Then read what our NOKTII CAKOLIN. peo ple ay atut Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy ! W"AH!.Ttj. N. Marrb V. Mm. J- J'eron : Alter taking your rerrel y tor J im-ilce ami r nerlletli! y. and Ult imo h l-n fici! rvcultB. I feel U my cuty to our r nieu and to any one aR'.icttd to le ivy t-tiui"nui of Its lirtue. It )aa h)k cuietl n.e permanently of dypeii. reiietiti me slmoot at once. Vour,etc, vM. M. CHAl'.NCKV. W11.LI4NT0. N. C May 3. las. Mr. Joe 'erou : MnAU-l ha e found rrent r llet from jour remedy and ah. and cbecrluily recommend it in case of acute eczema, i ours respect fully. W. A. ELLISON. Arm a. It. n. ft.