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I YmmL rsZZ."' ):' . lie THE OLORE IS Si J 3 !:! TIIE GLOBE TS NEVER A TOMBSTONE. '1 CUSSED and DISCUSSED. it ! EVIDENCE OP PROSPERITY. IT IS ALONE FOR LIVK MKN. VOL. IV--NO. 0 UR SPRING EDITION TO BE A HUMMER IX WLXLG SOULS ! Christian Teachers Unite in This Creat Work. About tli4 Sunday School Institute Now in Session. PROFESSOR HAMILL AS A LEADER I'ropl" Wlio Come and i ltrief Ilrevi tii's of Interest to All Header of The C;iole. The normal Sunday school institute now in session in Durham is being well attended and is proving one of the most interesting conventions ever held in this city. Prominent Sunday school workers from all parts of the state are here to participate in the exerci.-es and to profit hy the help and inspiration to be de rived from such a meeting. With so able and experienced a leader as I'rofes son II. M. Ilamill the occasion canuot but prove of great value to those enga ged in this great work a work in which all are interested. The institute opened yesterday after noon, the onkr of the exercises being as follows : Kill DA V AKTEKNOON, M AHCH J4. '-.'!), Devotional Service Prayers for the North Carolina Sunday School Asso ciation. .'MM, Conference on Sunday School Normal work: a. Its Aims, b. Its Meth ods. Led by Professor Ilamill. Discussion, a. The Big Boy and Young Man Problem How to solve it, Prof. S Sheppe, W. II. Muse, b. The I se and abuse of "Helps," T. B. Fuller1 Col. E. J. Parrish. Six five minute talks, Led by Professor Ilamill. 11."), A Bible Drill The Book of Job Professor Ilamill. Kill DAY EVENING. ? :', Song and Prayer Special Prayer for the Sunday Schools of Durham Led by (J. W. Watts. s A Superintendants Conference Three minute Talks from Superinten dents of Durham Sunday Schools, as to their Schools. :sU, An Address "Better Bi?)le Study." Professor Ilamill. t':l.", Adjournment. SATI IIDAY MORNING, MARCH 2o. 10:0ft, Bible Reading Topic : "The In spiration of the Bible." ll:l.", A Lesson on the Better use of Iiible In Soul Winning, Mrs. M. A. Elders. The Better Use of the Bible- a. In the Study of the Lesson, Kev. .1. W. Jenkins, b. In Personal and Family De votion, Kev. L. W. Crawford, I). D. SATTKDAY AFTERNOON, MM), Devotional service, Bev. 11. C. lieaman. V.M", Sunday school management a. The equipment of the school, J. M. Broujjhton. b. Loyal army methods, Prof. Ilamill. c. The general exercises, W. S. Primrose, d. The senior depart ment, Prof. E. P Mosc?. Discussion acd review. :!1", A normal training lesson, t '", (Question drawer. SATI IIDAY EVENING. ?:-"o, A song service. (Interspersed ttith Bible promises to Sunday school workers.) S:H, A paper "Young People's So eieties and the Sunday School their Mu tual Obligations," II. E. White. TEN MINCTES DISCUSSION. s. ", An address "The Sunday school teacher." !", Adjournment. The talk of Mrs. M. A. Ehlers this horning on "Soul Winning," was esj I'erially interesting. It was a powerful ftnd eloquent plea for a better use of the iSible. and was warmly received by all proent. It was earnest and convincing showing this gifted woman to be ntt only a bright talker but a deep thinker Hud one consecrated to the work of win "in,; and saving human souls. The exercises will be continued to morrow and the pragram is such as to ntruct all who take in the session. Among those in attendance are: J- W. Jones, Miss Xola Woodward, G. W. Watts, S. F. Tomlinson, U. M. Wahab, Mis Cecelia Crews, J. Herbert Headen, It It. H. Barbee, R. Hibberd, G. W. Wood ward, II. M. Jordan, W. II. McCabe, E. L. Middleton, L. C. Norwood, C. A. Moore, S. N. Parrish, Raleigh, Addie R. Pugh, Matthews Court House, Va., C. P. Howerton, Jeta Howerton, H. T. Darnall, Mrs. II. P. Markham, Miss Zoa Rigsbee, W. W. Shaw, W. C. Tyree, E. L. Croom, James Gattis, J. J. Keller, S. I. Gooch.R. N. Lee, Charles Orchard, Danville, Va., E. S. Sheppe, O. F. Adams, E. J. Long, L. W. Gris8om, N. V. Heradon, J. Frank Maddry, Fred S. Dixon, Mrs. L. W. Gris som, Mrs. J. McLennan, J. McLennan, E. W. Kenned', Miss Mamie Hamilton, Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, Miss Burnice Tur ner, Miss Lilly Morris, Miss Mittie Carl ton, Miss Daisy Adams, A. W. Wilson, Miss Willie Smoot. Miss Minnie Blalock, Miss Katie Johnson, Miss Annie Sellars; Robert C. Root, F. S. Blair, Guilford Col lege ; Mrs. A. S. Barbee, Chapel Hill ; Miss Maud Ilarrill, Reland Ilarrill, Miss Mary Wise, Mrs. J. L. Watkins, Mrs. W. B. Davie, Mrs. M. E. Chadwick, Miss Flor ence Fleet, R. II. Willis; N. B. Brough ton, J. M. Broughton, W. S. Primrose, Raleigh ; W. C. Whitaker, Enfield ; D. E. Dowless, J. R. Gattis, V. Ballard, S. S Cole, Salisbury, Mrs. W. II. Branson, Miss Rachel U. Sims; W. II. Worth, Mrs. W. II. Worth, Mrs. M. A. Ehlers, Ral eigh ; W. II. Cuninggim, Miss Tiffany West, Kinston, Mrs. W. T. Saunders, Rev. J. W. Jenkins, Miss Minnie Gattis, R. J. Roper, Trinity College, R. R. Grant, Mrs. Wr. W. Shaw, J. D. Webb, Chapel Hill, SamT L. Adams, J. A. Dailey, Rev. J. W. Welions, Mrs. C. S. Harrington, Chapel Hill, Mrs. R. L. Strowd, Miss Jennie Cannady, Miss Lena Hardin, J. N. Falkner, Miss Lula Pugh, Miss Lena F. Cole, Tom Gattis, II. G. Barbee, Mrs. A. G. Carr, John T. Kerr, Mrs. C. B. Green, Mrs. T. M. Stephens, C. B. Green, Mrs. M. Close, W. P. Jordan, L. W. Ford, T. J. Gattis, F. R. Shepard, Mrs. John Kerr, II. X. Snow, Mrs. S. C. Anderson, Mrs. L. W. Norwood, Mrs. Z. A. Long, Mrs. G. W. Woodward, N. M. Watson, R. G. Lea, T. B. jFuller, J. D. Champion, Mrs. S. W. Cole, T. P. Johnson, Rev. Edward Kelley, Dr. J. C. Brown, Mrs. J. S. Mes ley, P. M. Briggs, L. W. Crawford, J. A. Dailey, R. E. White, Mrs. W. II. Coit, Mrs. II. N. Snow, Robert L. Flowers, Mrs. M. F. Harden, Miss Pattie Styron, Geo. T. Woods, Miss Ivy Norwood, N. D. Holland, L. L Woods, II. L Herndon, J. A. Smith, N. P. Boddie, C. C. Taylor, R. K. Ferrell, J. Y. Whitted, II. A. Reams J. T. Farrell, J. II. Southgate, J. G Piper, W. A. Ferrell, E. J. Parrish, R. W. Bai ley, Mrs. R. W. Bailey, Alex Walker, W. A. Albright, R. I. Rogers. Of Couth You Read The testimonials frequently published in this paper relating to Hood's Sarsapar illa. They are from reliable people, state simple facts, and show beyond a doubt that Hood's cures. Why don't vou try this medicine' Be sure to get "Hood's. Constipation, and all troubles with the digestive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a din ner pill. Mourning and lilack DreHS Goods Represented in this department are the latest styles and materials. Plain words and cold type can't do this stock justice. However if they may inspire you to visit and inspect them, you will partially com prehend the scope and volume of the va rieties, and the pleasing reasonableness of prices. Durham Slttly Co. TO JOIN ITS MOTHER. The Infant Child of Mr. W. II. IJolyn Dies in Raleigh. The infant child of Mr. W. II. Bolyn, who since the death of its mother has lived with its grandmother in Ral eigh, died in that city yesterday and was brought to Durham this morning for burial. The funeral took place from the residence of Capt. T. J. Winston, and the remains laid to rest by the side of its young m ther who died a few months back. The rrot'ier and sister of Mr. Btlyn accompanied the remains. Simmons Liver Regulator is the foe of malaria as it throws oil the bile and pre vents its accumulating. Short Talk for tjuick Silk Buyer. Printed china silks in dark and light grounds that are beautiful in myriad ways by clever artists who give their lives up to the study. Black silks, illu minated silks and fancy trimming silks at the Durham Supply Co. lilark Veiling Purplw Veiling Green Veiling These shades and colors are most desira ble, and you will find them at the Durham Supply Co. DURHAM, N. C, S AT U Li DAY Will Go to Press About April DIVES AND LAZARUS I How Unappreciated Genius Floun ders in the Soup. Colonel Vann Writes Gobs of Loic and Wisdom. AS TO MAN WHO MADE DURHAM Reasons Why the People of This City Should Rally to the Support of an Always Faithful Friend. O father Abraham, what these Christians are. Whose own hard dealings teaches them suspect The thoughts of others ! Shylock. Unappreciated genius, like Lazarus of old, is still the mendicant, is of necessity forced to accept, if not beg the crumbs that fall from the table of the haughty, imperious Dives ; tears and applications availeth not, and the angels weep in the shadow of hopeless ingratitude ! This train of thought a profound theological proposition, as Father Cy Watson would say was brought about by, and through reading the daily pollitical dispatches from Washington, the home of your Uncle Samuel. If the prayer of the public printer Joe Daniels, coupled with the sobs, sighs and aspirations of the 00,000,000 of patriots, scattred from Maine to the Golden Gate, are ever admitted to the councils of the gods, then every mother's brat of us will get a postoflice ; or failing in that, per adventure a diplomat's portfolio any thing that will pan out both glory and the spondulix will not be rejected by the faithful. "Come unto me all ye that hunger and thirstafter either ofiiceor pen sion," is the gospel of the erstwhile new dispensation, and since its promulgation, immediately after the close of the war, the exodus to the home of the Great Mo gul has depopulated both city and rural district, and now famine stalks abroad with a devil-me care smile of countenance the epocalyptic vision is almost within our grasp ! Your Uncle Grover is shooting off his biggest guns at the advancing horde, but yet they come; Hoke Smith ("Smith ?" it seems we have heard of that name be fore) and the other members of the cabi net, are doing valuable picket duty on the outer redan ; the number of the de fenders, however, are inadequate to man the lines Goths and Vandals are crawling over the walls ! In point of numbers, such a famished gathering of cormorants have not fortunately, visited earth since Xerxes crossed the Helles pont, as are now clamoring for national pabulum at the hands of Cleveand Steve. While the carnival is on at headquar ters, let usleok at our own doing; it is a health' thing to review, now and then, onr past actions, though some of tbem may not be white as the "beautiful snow" regretfully we are not all saints, as those who differ from us evidently are. We have a postoflice here in Dur ham which seems tc be the bone of con tention, as there is a princely revenue, with an unfading glory attachment, in reserve for its thrice fortunate possessor a seat of honor at the Lord Mayor's table included. Let us be honest once in a life time, at least no regrets will ever tramp upon our heels in so doing petitions for this office to be given to de serving Buck Blackwell, than whom Continued on Fourth Page.l 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 Buildi?ig in all ail ments that are associated with loss of flesh. A Proptred by Scott A Bowv. Cbmiat fiew York. Sold bj U draff wu. V7 v EVENING, JMARC11 Ellis, Stone & Co. .lust in and Arriving Daily New Spring Dress Goods, Silks, Percales, Outings. Superb Line of White Goods. Largest Line of Laces and Embroideries we Have Ever Shown Just Opened. Ellis, Stone t Co. Rufus Massey, Manager. We have just opened a full line of Light and Heavy Groceries ! WE ARE IX IT lO DO BUSINESS AND WILL. FIX YOU UP. Church Street. Between Johnson's Drugstore anfl Driver Hotel. Durham. N. C. G. STORNONIS, Stall No. 9, City Market. IN STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Rinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. GIVE MB A CALL- 1 EXCHANGE 1893. ist. VER IS AFTER SEVERAL WEEKS' ABSENCE IN THE EASTERN MARKETS! Ile confirms the report that this will be a Great Printed Goods AND Wash Fabric Season And lias purchased an immense stock of Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, Printed Lawns and Challies ! PRINTED SWISS MUSLIN! Jaconas, Organdies, Irish Lawns, Satines, Satin Glorias, And tlic grandest collection of seasonable attractions ever ollered. The Durham Supply Company Is the fashionable headquarters for exquisite Novelties in fine Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings. SPRING WRAPS. The variety and style ot our Capes (quite the thing arc capes, you know,) are unequalled. Ask to see them. WHITE GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES The very best assort raent from the greatest manufacturing center of the world, and are uni versally accepted as the finest lines ever imported. OUR GREAT SHOE STOCK contains all the leading styles from such manufacturers as Krippendorlf, Banister, Bay State Co. and Douglas. A look through our stores will convince you that we have a Great Spring Stock and that our styles and prices are correct. DURHAM SUPPLY CO., MAIN STREET, DURHAM, N. C. THE RACKET r in right place if you want to avoid all sorts of unpleasant complication-. At the right place quality is right, and prices are right. Wc can give you everything, except one thing fault to find. Just now, we are calling special attention to our line of Jellies, Preserves, Canned Goods, Plain, Mixed and Sweet Pickles, Irish Potatoes for seed, and anything else kept in a first-class grocery store at wholesale or retail. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Goods delivered free anywhere in the city. Call and see us. WT. II. PROCTOR, Conirr Main and Mrin-.iin .Street AGENTS Wi: ANT ONK IN KVKUV TOWN TO IIANIJLK Till; JACK FROST FREEZER. A Scientific Machine male on a Scientific Principle. Save their cost a dozen tirne- a ;oar. It is not musy or sloppv. A chi'd can operate it. Sells at silit. Send Tl4 ' A. fh Tirif f mid di-mr. MAKES ICE-CREAM IN 30 SECONDS PRICE FIVE CENTS. M -o- o- CONTINUED ! FOOD FOR REFLECTION. Perhaps you think that no rcllec tion is necessary when it comes to the purchase of groceries. The truth is that, while it is easy to be suited, it is just as easy, and perhaps a trille easier, not to be suited at all. There is oj.c effective precaution which tho buyer can always take, and which will make the rest plain sailing. Take the precaution of buying at the DEALERS nt;.