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i m. i v iK9iaapr -evil b a r 1 i r - i i ma i k. i - . . 1 v w fiiiti jiiiiiiviii ii ii ei iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i i 1 1 w ii ii ii ii ii i, k r rcn a n r tip itr -ZZ .. VOL. III--NO. 328. OUBHAM, N. C SATUKDAY KNIKG. JAJI UARy si, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THIS ULUUffi IS I CUSSED and DISCUSSED j evidence OF PROSPERITY, (j! Valuable Real Estate for ale T I OH THURSDAY. THE 2d BAY OF FEBRUARY Ballard & Halliburton, Trustees of W. T. Blackwell, will sell at Public Auction the following Real Estate in the Town of Durham, N. C. Six vacant lots on Main street, lyinpr between First National Bank (new buiMing, and store occupied by J. W. Jones & Co., each lot 26 10-12 feet front and 90 feet deep. This is considered the most valuable property in tho town for building stores, etc. One prize room lot on Main street. One prize room lot on Green street. One lot 25-100 acre, with 4-room house, situated on Morehead avenue. One lot 21 100 acre, with 3-room house, situated corner Morehead and Will ml avenues. One lot 7G-100 acre on Broadway street, with 6-room house, kitchen and all necessary outhouses and stable?, supplied with city water, also splendid well of water on premises. Two lots on Gresson street, 23-10C and 21-100 acre respectively, each with 3 room house, good well of water. Two lots on South street, 19-100 and 20-100 acre respectively, each with 4-roora house, tin roof, good water. One lot 30-100 acre on orner Carr and Dandy streets, with 3 offices, 2 rooms each. Thice lots on Dandy street, 20-100, 22-100 and 18-100 acre respec tively, with 6-room house on each, tin roof. One lot 46-100 acre on Dandy street, opposite Graded School building, with 5-room house, splendid well of water. Seven lots on Chapel Hill street, 33-100 to 41-100 acre respectively, good water, all with 3-room houses, large rooms. One lot corner Yancey and Lea streets 28-100 acre, with 3-room house. Three lots on Lea street, 30-100, 29-100 and 28-100 acre respectively, with 3-room houses. One lot on Lea street 24-100 acre, with 3-room house. One lot on Liberty street 19-100 acre, with 6-room house. All of this property is very desirable and all of the houses occupied by good tenants. On the same day Fuller & Whitted, Trustees of E. J. Parrish, will sell : Twenty fine and well-located business lots on both sides of Parrish street, between Church street and Roxboro street, each lot about 56x25. These lots are very near the Court House and the largest Tobacco Ware house. One lot 24x81 on Church street, near Main. Two dwelling houses and lots on Roxboro street, about acre each in size. Two lots on East Main street, each about I acre in size, one of which has a dwelling house on it. Twenty-eight lots in the eastern suburbs of Durham, suitable for ten ant houses, which can be easily rented. A farm of about 100 acrc3, three miles from Durham, good water, yielding vineyard and thriving orchard of well-selected trees. On the same day Watts & Hicks, Trustees of J. W. Blackwell, will sell : One lot near Five Points, fronting on Green and Peabody streets, and adjoining It. k D. R. R. and D. & N. R. 11. On this lot is a 3 story brick buiMing in good repair and of substantial character, suitable for any kind of factory or storage room, with stores below. Three lots adjoining the brick building just mentioned, two of which contain wood prize or storage houses, fronting on Green street and adja cent to the depot of D. & N. R. R. Co. One lot on Lea and Yancey streets, fronting 511 feet on Lee street and 247 feet on Yancey street, containing about 3 acres. This will be divided and sold in smaller lots, plat of which will be prepared before sale day. On the said three acres arc one two-story 8-room house, two 5-rooui cottages and one 2 room cottage. One lot in western suburbs of Durham, cast of new cemetery, contain ing U acre3, and a 2-room house. All these lands lie within the town of Durham, except when otherwise stated herein. hale will commence at 10 o clock a. m., and if not concluded on February 2, it will be continued the next day. I ho teims of the sale wi 1 be announced on day of sale, but not more than half cash will be required on any purchase, on some only one-third. Durham is in better condition than she has ever been since her foundation, and we unreservedly recommend investment here. These sales are made to close tin the trusts committed to us, and present the best opportunity ever offered in the state for safe and profitable investment in live property. P Any of the subscribers will cheerfully give any information they can about any of this property. V. BALLARD and W. S. HALLIBURTON, Trustees of W. T. Blackwell. W. W. FULLER and 1. M. WHITTED, Trustees of E. J. Parrish. S. E. WATTS and J. M. W. HICKS, Trustees of J. W. Blackwell. THE COURT'S GRIND ! i What 1Va Left. The Case on Concerning the Man i;uin Store Murder. suim Three People Reing Tried and No End. A LARGE CROWD ATTENDING COURT Voph. Who Come ami Go Hrief lirevi tie of Interest to All Header ! of The Globe. rLe superior court to-day has devoted ; i's entire attention to the trial of these i accused of the murder at Mangum's I tore sume weeks ago, and which was exclusively mentioned in The Glohe. At the hour of going to press nothing definite had been reached. Some three different parties are being tried, and the si lence is necessarily long and labori ous. At l;:;o o'clock the court adjourned until Monday at 12 o'clock. THEY BOW TO II IM l!Secretar7 Fosler'8 intention to resign about the 8th of February. There was a Bill to Repeal the Sherman Act Will conference at the white house this morn- j ing between the president and secretary j Foster, ex-Minister Phelps, of Vermont, What Andrews, of Massachusetts, 1Ias d Senator Morgan, of Alabama, when x n m . . 'an understanding as to the time of the to Say of the Bnsiness. , i departure of the Bering sea commission 3e Considered. GRAND EXPOSITION NOT CERTAIN ABOUT ITS PASSAGE "Is that Ralph Hownow, who was mentioned in his late uncle's will?" "Yes; $1,000,000 went to charity, and what was left of the estate went to Ralph." "Indeed, ami what was left?" "Ralph." Lite. for Paris was reached The three gen tlemen named last are counsel and arbi- i Free Silver Democrats and Conservative' trafors and must be present at the Cn- i cement oi me rarty t Agreed j venin Gf the commission at Paris on as to Its Disposition. j February o? j Washington, Jan. 21.--Spccial.-In-j The first change in President Ilarri- j creased agitation among democratic mem- bers of the house by means of private COLD WEATHEB GOODS LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Tli Day's ICerord of Cuirent KveuU In the City and Vicinity. -There was bo police court this morn in. -Fodder, hav, corn and oats at II. II. Uarkham's. -In these days of snow drifts if you tsT no snow shoes well, you had bet ltr "ay at home. There are sleighs and eleighs on the ileets to dav luit r"i "d is a hummer. ,"? iev' J' Johnson, the new pastor J; t'&rr church, East Durham, will preach :s sermon t-morrw. -A Rood scribe, accurate in figures, employment forom 5 o'clock toll " D:kt- Address, "X," Globe office. -There will be no Sunday school or aching service at Main Street church morrow, on account of the heating ratus being out of order. ofTbMarriet1, January 13 a the residence Jes n ride s mother Durham county, 1 Eugenia Hall, Rev. V. A. Sharpe j vl &T 1 Vt rr 1 "4- l0a Gloe regrets to learn that the fc'i hr V M' Couch' who recently visited died u lQ thi3 City' and other friend8 kern, , CXt day after bis "rival at his c la Texa3. &d be CfLeaiy h0U9e one of the prettiest old j8 .apPinted in the city-is to be on Cleveland street and those who go and look through it will be cap tivated. It is roomy and substantial and the man who buys it will get a bar gain. See C. C. Taylor or A. E. Lloyd and they will show you the bargain with pleasure. Col. C. T. Postley has secured the services of a well trained jeweler, and will have him wind your watch if he can't. Go and see about it if you need anything in the jewelry line. conversation to day is the natural result f -he- consultaiions which Presi-Ji-nt-e-ect Cleveland has recently held with Bourke Cockran and other democratic j representatives. Mr. Andrew, of Massa- ! chusetts, whose bill to repeal the Sher man act requiring the purchase of 4,500,- Three fourths of your ailments arise from liver troubles which Simmons Liver Regulator cures. UNDER THE WHEELS. son's cabinet was by the death of Secre tary Window, about two years after the inauguration. Then came the retirement of Mr. Blaine just before the Minneapo lis convention last June. It was the un derstanding when General John W. Fos ter entered the cabinet he wuld retire at this time for this purpose, so that each and every change made in Presi- DURHAM SUPPLY fAA r 1 r vw uul ui auver every moniu, lorms dent Harrison's official family has been the storm center of the conflict between j for a caU9e 0yer which the president the free silver and the conservative demo- j hira3elf had no control. crats, said to The Globe correspondent The anti-option bill was again discussed iu-uj ixiai ucuun leeis assureu 10 in thfl ,,,,, ATr Tall nfFlorhla - j , - - i v - , point of certainty that the committee on rules of the house will assign a day for the consideration of his bill. This is making a long speech in its favor. Sena tor Washburn and the other friends of this measure will endeavor to secure a ; A Colored Man Gets in Under the Wheels This Evening. Clark Williams, a section hand on the R. & D., was this afternoon taken to Dr. Johnson to have his hand, which was badly bruised, fixed up. An engine knocked him off the track and thus mutilated his hand becmso h reached for something he did not get. Pleasant to the taste and readily taken is Simmons Liver Regulator. It cures heartburn. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor in the City. Mr. B. X. Duke left yesterday for tht north. Jack Albright is homo for a flying visit and Ioks a9 though the world was strv ing him well. "I always let a cold go as it comess" one says; which means that he over works the system in getting rid of a cold rather than assist it by using Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup. more than the friends of the measure j flnal vote on Wednesday. The caucus have thus far publicly claimed. j of republican senators decided to make Eyen this concession, however, to Mr. j no organized effort to prevent final ac- j Cleveland's wishes by the committee on ; tion The opponents of the measure, rules is far from meaning the passage of j therefore, will be compelled to fight it the Andrew bill by the house. Mr. Bland ; without party support, for such dem andthe large contingent of free silver , crats as are against the bill are not in- democrats will obstinately oppose the j ciined to advertise their position. Mem- j passage of the Andrew bill if it is coup-; Der3 of the nati0nal board of trade will ! led with either a provision for the abso- be jn gessjon uere on Wednesday and lute free coinage of silver of the minting ; wni besiege the conidors of .tho senate j of all bullion now in the possession of chamber during the closing hour of the the treasury. It is doubtful even if this debate. It is quite possible that long second concession would satisfy them. 1 speeches and innumerable amendments Strong influence is being brought to bear may prolong the session of the senate on j upon congress in favor of the repeal of Wednesday until a very late hour at tue onerman act by ew lorfc banters, n;sht. There neems no doubt, however, ' who make their appeal both by letters 1 ,nat if a vote be reached the bill and by pe-sonal visits to Washimrt. n. ! although in such form that The silver question was discussed at a , jt3 erave jn a conference committee. caucus of republican senators this morn- j ing, but on account of U.e small attend-! 0ne dollar a year will cover your doc tor's bill if you take Simmons Liver Regu ance upon the caucus no action was i iator. taken. 1 Blankets, Bedquilts, Com forts, Overcoats, Winter Clothing, Heavy Underwear, Mufflers, Cloaks, Heavy Shoes, Rubber Shoes, Rubber Boots, Horse Blankets, Etc. OF , nowever, : IZ Bargain Prices on Winter Goods! AT The third change in President Harri son's cabinet will take plac the second week in February, when Secretary John William Foster will lay down the port folio of the department of Mate. It is Wanted! A position as salesman in dry goods or clothing store in Durham, or store hand ling general stock. Am well and favor ably known to the trade of Durham and can give ample recommendations. Ad dress, J. W. Floyd, No. 41, Durham, C. DURHAM SUPPLY. CO., Mlcuizi Street, IDvirliazxi, C.