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! CUSSEO and OISCUSSED. tiik gi our is NEVrn A TOMBSTONE. IT 1H ALONK rim LIVK MK. KVIIKXCK OF I'KOSI'KISirT. we I J 9 VOI-. III--NO. X0. OF THANKSGIVING s,!ii.' An Largely Grateful, Others Less .So. r,u Stores Close, hat Most of Tliem Kcnmn Op?n. DURHAM, N. C, TliUliSDAY Ev KXlNu, ,N()VKAU5EIt :M 189l PKICE F1VK CENTS. FACTORIES AND WAREHOUSES STOP j (- Com' Hixl Oo-Ilrief ISrev rj if Iitr-t to All lU-adri-H of The Olobe. I ;V: :!, re is h partial observance of :y, -f ;-ile !y the executive of the i ::i ! til-- governor of the state for i !! i Ij tnk''ivin for what ble.sa have heen jriven in, all the TTJ . V V a Vj mm UArl AL EVN'!C!ln,""n '- n.e uick e, j ; nnt to have been re-.IIed at t!i time h i A Washington Correspondent Gives, i repuM-Wr. ! Some K-am?. ! , Th"n acMn- th"rc '' H,J 5,':' I : Cameyie a:r! Friek 4,1m-' it in f. r ihe !ln a Three Porner-l FiVM ii,.,fi,r,v ! PuMiean batw the Inner had not ..n. ! I OUt tin in.K-nl ,.f rl... il... .7...: j " - - -i "i u w v. II , I II V 1. Utif-S U jlOn j ; Carnegie niat:ufactnre in the preptra-j THE TIN PEDDLER MADE A PARTY ' tion of ,he ,ari'T lVA The Ho mestead j . Victorious. mm JJ tJ-LlIJ THERE IS XO PLACE LIKE THE I SDPPLY COMPAWY AIKTi 'strike precipitated Vt a timeandron- Various Other Conjectures Whith I. -d to ducted in a May to riiCM 'injure the te- I , , puoiican pirty. Mnir t J,e ei ctKui, afier i , odn and AflmiuUtratlon. .... ! i use cinni! liave hot Ix-fii m..2e whirh j This Storo is a City in If self, where you can get any thing you want. ! Washington- "Tv m rnioil T , j '-. i . j ( -avr- vu try to t!,v m.N. t! ri'e b,s j was a triangular conflict between the in ,.,. ir . . o e: ! clare t :i? an t-nii tr u , ! terests of the manufacturer, laborer and h(! ... , , , ' Hm. n.. VIC l . i i-i farmer This is the conidu. on of the i ... ) f . i l- . , 1 inilll MM Atl'K Now. Kudolnh. this aumiil dial! hdn ' );!. o , ... " w- P!-'r(!! c,,;try uith! Ulll I11V(T IS illlll 111 tilt' .N()ltll JUK V Wl mil- ,f D ir am have not ft It called on KaJn that lofty fruit. Twist his tuiL ' , .. . 1 -I'ram- ar.u ). n. i r-preenfn c I.iiij ; tlUUL ' loi' t Ills WOOK OUT SVCl'l)lIlr llOth Hl Uudoit.hr !tLe present admmtstrat.on in tlu-,r ,,.!f ... ,,0 r , . , , I 1 " n" I i1 l iioinnu, Ij" !J I'Siw, b. bk. - - . ! r : itoTr.;"" M ,o t n - "-!sss goods specials ! ; a line oi L Imninn Aowltios that iihsists all. 1 ,r ' ' . -prf - ion ot special and par rtt ; ude. Ti.' I'jke cigarette factory closed its !.) ,m. tiiinkful tljat the increase and of t bvir business enabled them to .'!,. i ! iy's rest and enjoyment to its n i i i' N-employes The Durham Hull i ! :).. s rune, for like and additional i t i-i in that the efforts of its chief was I nil m 1 parcel of victory in a national (.ri-e. The Durham Supply company t;tk' - i r -(. and in their jrrertt cause for lii'ink-jiv n' have not forgotten the or j , i-i-. to whom they sent at Oxford this lit x i r clothing, groceries ,nd other to an amount that w ill m tke the !i!l!-oik - rejoice also Col. C 1'. I'ost !i y N thankfid, and c!os'd to ojov the ! iy. He h is sold many weddini? rifi.s !!.' p.i-t months, and Father Care is to il.ty ;i -t ranker to him. The Daily Sun recognizes, alon with tin: Stutc ( 'li ion icle, News and Oliserver, tn.l other papers, cause of gratitude to tin- ;p-it (Jiver of All (Jood, and wil1 i ii )t j.iin: to .I ty. Tiik tiLouK is thank i !ul ihiit i; i, alive.an 1 well, and, lik. : tii uiv otln ts who have not closed to day, j relets tint the situation will not permit i: to loo--its etli -ieui force for the en I i ,i I of a small portion of the J .l.iv. I 1 he n-'oiij ( and banks availed them j m!vi (,f privileges of the day, though the former, perhaps, has no spe ' i il c tit-e of re joicing. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Hit- Ke or.l oT Cut rent Kvcntii in Ho- City and Vicinity. No n.iyoi's court today. It is a !).i'i"n:l holiduy, and there were no cases to try - b;-t reci iv, um. 0;l,j (,f eoilin tr n.i th.-uii, a-ul one car goml htait l!ii'!j!,- ;,t .las. .I0rs Co. -A-k in .i-c K rippendorf A: Diiman's ''"-. They ate 1-eauties. DruiiAM Si i'i't.Y Co. - I h-warehouse had no sales to (lav Mi -V. Never wa3 a P"-silential election j pilbl!,an f.,at iiraugnt wun so many surprises, and; I,.pu?l!icas here ,av it was a w!.iaw i HOW IS THIS never were the leaders upon all sides so - agarM t,if.m ' utterly at sea as to the real reasons whv!t;,n f,rH , , , . lMn(fl iJ ciits-AH-ool IV-hv.-e (Jcdli, ..J mclw wide, reailv worth - ! tion tor the democrats toain votes upon ; $1.00 a van, the voters made such unusual changes in i tn.n tue two s ili-s to everv question. DrRirminrn ..-. ' their political positions. There has been TIlpnr,Vwfw, "t , iREMEMBER TH S ' ; I lie price of wheat was very low, be- j a thorough discussion, in private con ver e Kurope hatl a ,artre crop Tje I Our J8 cent Broad Clothe wouM Ijc clu-ap at $ 1.2ft. ! sations, as to what led up to the defeat at farmer wa8 compellei, to pay hf h wa,es A LEADER ! tuc ijui p, ami iue ueio nas oeen canvasser! r f .,.., i , , n ,, . ..T , i tor farm labor, la cause the new tariff law ! by the president, members of his cabinet ! i, , i i . i e j . h id so stimulated m anufac'ui n, that the and tne leaders of the party in congress . . ,, , , 5 laborers all wanted to o to the factorx . ( TllPFP has lippn an li rn oof ili.!Pa il. I " w""c U'"'" lur . I he farmer could not see how it was tha . part of the republicans to pet at the root , a ,aw Cnui favor hIm when perini!te(1 of the troubles which brought about the I the ,ce of wh(.al to lje f;, to 70 cent. - Tw right well! Ta-raa Doom-de- i uPbeava1' so thal' if the fault with am, he was compel!e(1 to pay n 50 a (Iay' their party, they might rectify the fault, ; for farm . , . , . r . " i while the democrats have hoped to locate i: i ,1 . (n n ii- ""i-iair, lieved the t a rill law compelled him to pa v At 19 tvnts Ail-Wool ftl-inch Fancy Cheviots. At 4S ccnt lluirncnot Sacking, o incliti-. vvarnuitiMl all wool, ami neve- .-.l.t be uiv for less than Gft cents u ard. a. 4 I their vantage point and hold it It is the belief of the wisest, and best I : t i . ... .. luiomieu repuuncans m Washington that the universal prosperity which ex i more for his food and clothing, and gave the credit for his high wages to hislahor unions. And still on the per contra side the manufacturer saw his mechanics and BEAUTIFUL STYLES! 33 pieces All-Wool KHnvh Dre-s Co? Is, worth 00 cent: ih-'y are hmv yours lor only 47 cents a aid VERY CHEAP! At :;.3 cents Scold, Cheviot Mixtures, wooj oiais tlie are, and rep resent as :od .styles us any T. cent dress oods in the market. AT 24 CENTS! 50 pieces Dre-s (loo Is in fancy mixtures and solid colored Flannel Ultl!lj.;S. r Special 31a.cl Goods Sale I In ihi-i i .urttnent uni will find wfiat yoti want. Our 74 cent All-a-ooI 4i me! '!..e. -iik r in II-unci ji Vnn't lie equalled elsewhere or los Hi in '.! .-c:,'s m .ui-i Di .ci Silk Warp Henrietta. ffiecinl iiLMiiber, Voft II S2 OO :i rif Millie I'.i:- oiili -it i'.- v ii-.l ...... !.... the prohts of his business to the laborer,! f Hf Iriintu ims I'M.I Sii!; while he yot nothing, and at thes;uni Ucmem' el' t !;.' c ;i m ( 'ut Pri.-r-s -it lli.. J -tt I HI .O 1 in many sections of the country there .,f , , , , . , . , ,. , j 1 ! t'me fostered labor unions win .h dictated j I was discontent upon the part of thela-! , , , , , , , 1 1 y how he should run his Jactory, what j ! borers and mechanics, growing out of j , , , , . , . i ists now and which was so emphatic on la,)orer, an ,,, wllom m,H ,rm , , j election day is responsible for the change ai- i i , , i , -lo a day, growing rich, while an over ! in political sentiment Had there'been i .- ..... , , j production in his line made low prices j less contentment, and therefore less in f r tlf. , , , TT ... .. , , ; j for his products, lie ai I lie didn t caie ! l r a law or a party which turned ov . on election Uay, the result w:u;d have ; been indifferent. It was found, too; that JM H L 1 IJL ?IIUUI I l'aJ 11 ' 1 ll 'Wl , It IIU ignorance as to true economic condi ! i i i i i i ' a id bow he should run his business. Durham Supply Co -Catch, Rudolph, and bless the talent-jtions. Labor agitators had been rni j " Altogether, t h-re is not in thec .ndu j f fripnd nf vonr voiitli " Tr-ntVi 1 ...... ,1 u.. .1... .1 ....,.! a ed friend of your youth. Truth. COMING AND GOING. Dnrlinm People 011 the Move and Visitor in the City. Dr F. K Harris, of Henderson, was In Durham yesterday, on his way to Greensboro. Dr. V. T. Cheatham, of Henderson, came over to Durham on the;ycsterday's evening train. Mr Junius II. Ilarrisof SalTords, Lu renburg county, Va , was here yestentny, selling a shipment of tobscco. .ilr. J. L. Whitmore went nver to Hen a 1 pioyeu uy uie iemocrats to sow seed ot : . r ,, , , ,., . f , , J J sims in lhe tn nkeis tot: nr v hen discontent, and well they performed their H,,vlljjnir whic c nil I ,,ri:, t wcak. duties. They made the laborers and ; f ljlh ,n ,i)e ( ()f r,.unUlic:iU mechanics believe, as much as they could, principles of tariff protection. On the! a. t . 1 . . rv . 1 1 mat me present tariu law was tor the j coul raryt it hus r,.,Veil strCng.h. benefit of the manufacturer and farmer;' PhikyS IIkvtii that the exnr.rters onlv nrotitr-d bv it I ' and all the advantage the laborer hal he I VTIT l,I;"Pi t "n, Y'?d' lV"llh pIT':,t aml hllVL lnluii ,,r Hress (Joods Department famous Goods and Carpets n j The two sj.ecial assortment. tf L ami cent Dress (ioods have met secured throuiih his labor unions: that i wiH cure ou : j the laborer and mecliauic paid higher j prices for what they bought, and got 1 nothing extra by virtue of the tariff law for his work. Ii a- a case of represent i ing to the laborer that he could eat the .'c are making ll'm Sweeping Sales iti our Dress ;ods Department, which ; 1-the stron-est reason that our styles are riht and prices satisfactory. Of o ir M cent Dress (inods it takes fi ards for a Dress, costing licit 2 che ry, a;vl at the same time save it In 1 - rv ,ri ( r y ,.y (,i,.(,rv(, t.lt. an(. iderson to day to take Thanksgiving din tli imUIuI for bite heavy receipts jf i Ilt-r vvi: h his wife and little girls. , many instances he believed that the man- Col J. S. Lockhart has gone to Person ; ufacturer only a rev richer by the pro- reli able bouse in this state. Address D. M. ;.nviN, Care (iLoisk WANTED ! 1 " ' Traveling salesman to represent a good j n.oy are just .s St!tsh and Haii-Ssome as cnv 'oodsou ever saw on anv otuiter a' ."0 tn CO cents a yard. The 2.". cent as-o-tment is seliine; equally is ft-t. In this line you et Rich Heds. (Ireens, Drowns, Navy, (iarnct, j Mives, Sle plicrds Ilaids The whoh' lot is offered at 25 eentsa jard j 1 75 htivs a Dress The stvles so nerfectlv imitnte lhe bijrbrr rlnej o-rwuij I - - - - - - vim. i ,t FOIi SALE! n"thin- else i i in i .- i .i w'L ii u ri iiuk; :rknu t r w - r, 11 i ni. 1 11 i i 1 1 m r iiv i p 01 11- huii.lretl thousand lot of drv, county to take thanksgiving dinner, and ' tective tariff, and in doing so he became ! x. A hi4',,,s"me w story r sub nee u- ,at is almost impossihlo to see the dil'ereiice. More oi' the 5 1 inch :.,: h(,..,ol, ..t. i ..r ....mi '.. I;a n bfi ... !i ;k? . i otlh Duiiiam acre and halt of ground; . . " ' '( l lUd' KJl III I IU LT ii lli ' i ia-iuoiui t3 il Un?lWlU III lit:. vo rrrindin i-r I ui fVot , i .nuf j . i ... , . I . tl v" I I ; fl n i oto o iTood irnri'nn o m I firw oih I Mce ei at V'. J. lilCds ,1 i f i .p t ;, ,,,, (.r v;t) j J 1111 j Col C. I . I'ostlev seeing no reason to ; worry about business since the comet has ' 'i ire obliged to wear shoes you J ann iunced annihilation of things mun .'""i "lie anti tne cuilurcn . u iue, is ooserving luanssgiving CI i.. i.... . 1 .... Ir-' It n-Ill !. pn.nll1 f. I ' ST. l.fsl. mOst StV N I fihrtfW in ill. : . I 1 1-la"r" Mlrtl W IIVU VMM ' , 31 1- i olm liJ'i-ijv. n nrnminent tnlmeen In eoi.nection with the labor question ' houses ; beiutiul yards. Will be tohi j Kour vards make a Ires3. COstinir Olilv S'-.VX New line t.f flnnk -.nd ; Carpets. i Kducator OJlicc. ! it is found that the democrats ulaved . cheap, on reasonable terms. tii'irf tr?-lrti in main- 'inrlc ,.f Mm . ...... D. 1.. ShKMAN", (IV . t I . . f . lu n.iAM M cci.y Co. ; r u-sert Qf Luneuhllrv c?)Unly Virginia, is ii teinetnber that large line ot in Durham to day. He came to sell to- r'. ni-....... i ... . ' . i . . . . . . i snowed you r Uur buyer is oacco, out ow:n to tne closing ot ware Hiri,. - . i. . . . .. emiig more to meet the de wave. Vou'd better git Dl KIIWt M C1M.Y Co. IIli:SS MAKING ! ernor McKinley was tunning for re elec tion to congress in his Ohio district two ! ,. , Iieinir experienced in dies-in ikiuc, v years airo, his democratic competitor ... , T u.-'iv im. ''ii loiid.t oi iiii i houses on account of Thanksgiving will j hired peddlers to travel over the district done. .aiif:icii.ri Liven p..t v l,.i It .i...i. i...:. ueguiator J v - i IJUiiHi iff in stay over to-morrow. i. , i t .it.- i t J J two weeks before the election and offer It never failed to cure dyspepsia and for sale tin ware The prices they asked was two or three times more ihanthe ware could have ben bought at in the market. When the farme rs remor. -trau d 1 r -e'Mk nu n's furnishing iroods i r complaint. Take Simmons Liver . i . " ; i ... Mn. Hi ix. r; tii A: IIakukk, 121 I'.r.'a I a -iv S: r. e Vou know your needs ; M..n ..., ..,, ' 11 "'M'P'V them and save von ninncv ' :r...l ;ntr.r..t i , i. ..io.: j..- :, r , . ..nun iiin.ii.ji iitiicis iu im- uiuiiiinj; j "'1-':i '.u buy you a p iir of shoes. (Jive i department of the Durham Sup ply Co ! against the prices an. I refiwd to buy the N u 1 i ni. c Diuuw! iiMMvCn fhere' no stock in the city to compare ! jo , i . , . .. i'i kuam .-"i i i i. v. o. - - I i peddlers e.xpla.ned h it if 'a as owtnc to ( . ... wito it, Htnl the prices are simply un ! 1 1 ; Mi huels "iias gone a hunt- match tble. They have style and fit and j the new McKinlev tat iff law, which was -vl-u-, laiy Iur.ting ;" he'll brir. finish, stromr seams, strong bullous, good ,' ... , , . i .., , vork best value. Trv them and s lo ,,1Hko tunate and evr-nthing r Mi:.- LlfM. ... i i ,o .... - DiniiAM Miti.v Co ! else se-ernl times hii:.er , , hn o,d MoIIv Cotton-tail f ) ..!.:.. I ...... ! ..-i.l 1 r .ti.,.11.. . r I 1MIU1H UK. I II ill I. 111'. S.C . .1 ! II j I pi ice, and i:ce lower. It ''H'i'idtced ' tri.f behinil tin. r..;t. it... ... ....... -. . mil, iii iiic irim- iiioy i no sinc ''it1 sh.it. and the colonel said. t hi-' Mo mmv times two in vour familv ? i The t rick had is :T c s r ul . Look at ou line of shoes an.l your si-'d ! ,, f . . .. , .T will In, Ihrh.pr Wo h,v. in,, Lnniv.? - U,e f 'rmera-ainst theauthcrof t ie tariff " ' oo.j esieroav evenm'T 1 mr;e ano commeie assorimeni or ivno law ano i ei-ae-i mm or re . p : .n a -1 in hi. ui i . '.t iiiic i n si in uini n ; ....... j. .tii uuj i i t inn. ' aim vuuipicic iiai i i uit II l i IV I Ol inn nti't uri.t i i iillll ins I i" I c a'rt-i i !.. , .. .... " ! .x.... ... C. Hi. . .1.. r i... . ' C i ' im .to e ' j price unequalled Dckuam St ccly Co. tion, labor aita.ors i.f.p sen' ir ih- m-'-Kin of viigranev, sworn out by! t - 1 j 11 v . betm,. Kpiire D C. Gunter. ; S.rkWMr. ! 5e,ves !o be fr ,fIi Do-neteud. Pa . Piits 1 ris. i, ....... i. .... . . . I o i . . r ; . Ti... ...,.!.. ..... .1. tit,... v...... i. .. uu 10 I nil 1 y davs in t lie i " u m i e sen uu i u, i ou - o i ii. i , a ::. : i ij. r ;;u e .vM hi lllOiyiiaVS lli lilCi - . j ...v...vvr.-v'C. I 111. 1.. r tll ""Ik. w.jji-i.... II. ...I.:.: "lliI J .Jll ti.... ,,. ,,-,, ," . , . . during a week i siniplv immense Wuv ? , . . -.re of IU,--hl be UktU ! Becxuse we know what we are aboui. ; ln v ' ' i 'A'e i an tit you in collars, cuffs and hand, of Indian i. Illinois, Wi-c-r.-iii, N - A Jrci. ts e W . t- .. i - ! vAttu ti.i m I .tilt, b . . , J . . - , .u ; lining at the Keam ( 1... . .1 i ? J , lorkatnl else a hcrr. a? d o :v :it i un . tcaia it ?a tiiiiit t l ( u"-e were disl'USsin r tli ..ii.w.i : 'i t.ii, ... i .... " . i I!,. ' leporier neared ; , " u tell. Ull Dl'HHAM SlTPLY Co. , tributions for the Homestead stiikcr. i t t i : ..... - . . 1 i nejr Mnifiiaut.ii- wtie largt-iV maitf it- l i.i . '"uu' l remarked: '10!. ? ! Ut,,,OW hW ,1ifficU,t ,he.v are,li hind the door of :Le !od-, and in their r-..: . iiui! I see II I ilsi- ' nhtatn I lion .-..ii r n .... .. . .. .i, t - ' l n . " 11 1 t no more skeered 'w pfice at which we are selling the 1 talks for "asi-tancv." ihev painted ; ic !WllW fu-i- 1)ou'1 Vou know the! Eiderdown quills And they are beau- lurcs of novv carnecie & Co.. who were ""-'i thing ain't a-'wine to i,iiril l,e Duiuiam mitly Co. f'vrKiMit.v,.,ritT re ! protected by a republican tariff, h,d tariff it in.-L- ..fT " it.i -.....r..r. , J iit,;":Vii:i,,!i Oil is u touu 1 Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil presents a perfect food palatable, easy of assimilation, and an appetizer ; these are everything to those who are losing flesh and strength. The combina tion of pure cod-liver oil, the greatest of all fat pro ducing foods, with Hypo phosphites, provides a re markable agent for Quick Flesh Building in all ail ments that are associated with loss of flesh. rr-rsr-'t hi 5.su TV--. OicUU, ew Yutk. bold Ljr .i drugta:. iWm CALL FOR THE STRAIGHT. -o- ' N": i d' the Lndtes (d.jeet to their j eM Vtiii'ti fn r.is -nkinr I STRAIGHT COT CHEROOTS . d i hi ji r.m !. I'.iuiid n pale at the b l.owiii places l' huine-f?: W. !. Vcar!.. ) uL' StoreMain ! .-ii t i t. ! II. M. ll'seiiotiilV City Dakery, -'net. A i f.Ki tttV M:in stret t - J !.' - ', "':ii' trt et .1 - F ;!i'V, Main street. K!i.tiu'tr; .' Dixon's, Alangum 5 f .:!, l at TUiMl V COLLIDE.1 THE RACKET GEOCSRY, Net Tt-riii Opt-iiM JaniMry C. Ul3 Hf-sil-s five regular i;ur- Ii- lir. to Je- ujiuri. ..... KesM-S t.ve ren-uhir i-ours.- Ii- C in to Ot- - i .- rr ground the laborer down to a nun. urto .rr., """"HI Ui u ,: . iumuij;uis ncaicustiUK ftCCU warm : -,-r-. . r , . 'UeumaUs i''4'1 . s.,cures ! J !,y,UMn4? oneof lbose ufu. luxurious j they pictured how the present tariff was LuunLsmu- i;?; Vl(.i;r V'o I u.Ujiitetrvda-..A,.i., ' a:l,, t -uderdowu quilts. They are to be had at I . ....... Lo.r:.m.c, at. .v,.r ijiMntioii - tii-.- oLiy ! i,0D- l'riee ' unl11 their names is I lowest prices at the for the rich and against the poor. 1 he oui of ihu km-, i-. tht-.-., n.. i 1 lWniiiCrom-n, ! t . . it , .. i APilyto JOHN" I.C is KI 1 I'ret. Ut R1IAM bCPPLT to. ' effect was DOtential. It turned renubh. Trimic i'.ri- imri.am.v.t1 . Where they are sol I Wholesale or Retail, it. , oio.i ion other (iimm's. ib . ii 1-1.; Jit. -.c U" r.i i. i re i. Trinity Park, Durham. N. V. O-rner Main ami Manum Streets. ; t : Ii i I ' iv Hi 1; , 1.