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TIIE GLOBE IS TIIK OLOT1E IK NEVER A TOMBSTONE. ! CUSSED and DISCUSSED. 'h KVIWKNX'K OF PROSPERITY. IT IS AI.ONK FOK I.1VK MKN. - VOL. IV. XO. (te. SIIK DROPPED DEAD ! n AiH Woman Irojs Dead This Morning. II,'art Disease Is Supposed to Be the Cause. 5HE DIED WITHOUT ANY WARNING Who Come and Go Ilrlef Urevi tir. of IntereHt to All Headers of The Globe. - )ri( k well, an elderly lady living un i: : street, dropped dead this m.r:::r- a liile in the performance of li : r .-' n- try household duties. As she j 1m! i.t! previous illness her death; u ;i. wl i.'y unexpected and a great! -iric'ti v J.' r family and friends. J ,:;-:n!)'l and four grown children ' i . r . v. ,( r. Her trouble i supposed to; i i-cri Ijf.'iit disease. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. I Ik- !' Krrl of Current Kventi in I he City uikI Vic inity. Fii-t cl:is line of fruits of all kinds ;t: I'ov.t ll A' Co's always fresh. -J Miiin the rain storm to day. Major if,! ,:i- put Lis Mastodon i" '1 stall. TiiC tru.-lees of Trinity college are .fc to day and i-n important meeting is 1.. ;i,ur I j -1 ' 1 tli'"- aftem-mo. WY have s( vera hundred flower j.-iS, ! , whieli we close out at cost for i i-h A K. Lloyj) kfc Co. -It von have not eiit out your launder in.- for this wc( k call up 'phono O'-i and have it done a the Dm ham steam ! I'm'! i y. It will he hut a fi.'W days until W. H. I'li'dor, who is -talc rt-nt for tl e Florida L'ar, will receive hi-, alligators. Wait fur the alligators. It should lc gratifying to ex Otllcer Scarh'tt to know how many friends he ha- in town. The majority of the people say that he was the best ofiicer on the force. The b'-a'Hil il rain has kept up its racket all day hig. The people in Texas are sulTering for water or the want of water or something. We could spare 'em a few barrels and not miss if Tiie operatives at the Durham steam laundry are all experts and there is there lore no reason why you should not pa tron! a home enterprise instead of sending your work to a rival town. As chairman of the street committee Norton is the right man. With Colonel Mil 'Lie we hope to see the streets im proved, and the good Lord knows that tliere is ample room for improvement. C. II. Norton made a speech to the c.itninissioiiers iLst night. Or, rather he started to make a speech. lie com menied at 7 o'clock, and is still talking a- we 'jo to press. lie says he will not stop !,,r M'vi-ial days. mson still continues as Health ''Liar He will distribute Kooster pow der to those who call. They will be ndminU'cied by the gallant Colonels Mts.-rs. Harris and Matthews. Colonel II;u knev will not participate in the busi- (1 YV. II. Proctor informs us that Las ou the way a car load of genuine 1 I m i la aligators which he proposes to -ieas household pets to his customers I hi'-e aninrils are 'rained and are war ranted not to balk if hitched to a fa mi y cat riaj,- Heist y. uTiru-n & Co. have taken the -tore in ti e Wright building formerly "ivujded by M. II. Wyattand are moving l;',Mr Mock to day. In their new and en ' -'-'cd waiters they will be iu a better !' "''.ton to accommodate their trade and N1 i'oii duct a first class city grocery. l'cple who are talking about want itK a bou-e to rent, should ring qtf until ' look at the Leary house, on Cleve ! m ! -tieet. It is one of the best houses ::i town which can be rented, and the Tt r.t is cheap the house considered. See C C. Taylor or A. K. Lloyd, and they ill tell you about it. We notice that it is vacant, and we know that some one can rem it. -lstmau-r Albright h.is received a communication from Postmaster-General IJissell, stating that there will be established in the government buildinirs on ihe World's fair grounds a brauch of the Chicago postotlice, which will con tinue during the entire period of the iir. This branch ofliee will be for the benefit of persons who do not know when leaving their homes the preeise lo cation of the Chicago otiice. This office i to do all the business of first class postotlice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed: World's Fair Stattpn, Chicago, 111." The county northwest of Alton, 111 , -'s visited by a severe hail storm Satur '"y The average size of hail stones was H; large as an egg. At the Monticello s -miliary ;uo window lights were knock f,l out. In many instances roofs were GETTING OUT. Koriack Picture of a Decapitated Police man Doffing Ills Uniform. shattered by the balls of ice. The Mis souri, Kansas and Eastern road new tracks were washed away, causing a loss of at least $100,000. The Mississippi is now two miles wide at Alton, with every prospect of reaching the disastrous stage of last year. While all the complaints are going on about the city water, many people are forced to use it. That is to say, when the water works were completed, wells were allowed to fill up and go to ruin. Accordingly, some people insist that the water company should put in a filter. But the company has not acted. To day we noticed a newfangled apparatus in the stove and tin-store of Col. Charley Taylor, on Main street. It ia the Gate City Filter and it does its work well. It will purify and clarify any water you put in it. This novel and in this town almost indispensable filter is selling at a low price and is within the reach of all. In passing his store just drop in and have Mr. Taylor show you how it works, and then, if satisfied that it does the business, let him name you his prices. It is worth looking at, especially if you use city water. Magnetic Nervine quickly restores lost manhood and youthful vigor. Sold by W. M. Yearby. New Harness Firm. B. C. Woodall & Co., have bought out the harness business of W. H. Bolyn, located under the Reams warehouse, and they will conduct the. business at the same place. If you need harness of any description call on us. We also do all kinds of repairing and can serve you promptly at reasonable rates. A THING OF BEAUTY. Something of Some New Fences Whieli Will Be Placed in Durham. Messrs. John S. Frederick and A. S. Robinson, representing the North Caro lina Hedge and Wire Fence company, with headquarters iD Asheville, are here to introduce the novel and beautiful de signs which this company is now getting up for handsome and inexpensive fences, and have already several large contracts in the city. By new and improved methods of growing and training the o age orange, with an invisible but durable wire sup port, a hedge is grown in two years which for beauty and strength is far ahead of the ornamental iron fences, such as are generally used, and possesses the advantage of growing more beautiful with the years Mr. Frederick, as manager and Mr Robinson as agent, are both gentlemen who know their business and who pro pose to see that all work is thoroughly done and that all who deal with them are pleased with their investment. All planting and placing of wires is done under their personal supervision, and if any part of hedge fails to grow and adjust itself to the supports, they return as often as required until all is satisfac tory. Photographs of such a fence in all its different stages of development and the final result, can be seen by calling on either of the gentlemen named, who are at the Hopkins house and who will take pleasure in furnishing any information and quoting you figures that will place this handsome and desirable hsde fence within reach of every man who owns a home and who wants to protect ;it. If you are figuring on a fence of any kind, see them. Wanted. Corresponding agent in every town, to report on parties intending opening or refitting saloons, by the largest saloon manufacturers in the world. Goodman can make $.3,000. Rothschild's Sons Co., 7o9 Broadway, New York. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases ot summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, inkelmann's Diarrhoea and Cholera Remedy has proved its inestimable worth tn 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 cents at all druggists DURHAM, X. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY PEAY'S FIRST DAY! liradslier and Ilerndon Have a Lit- tie Scrap. Tip Hopkins Was Brought Into the Business. A'.L WERE FINED FIVE DOLLARS EACH A Fast Driver Comes to Grief and Several Other Cases Were Tried Thi Morning. Mayor Peay was at the mayor's office promptly at 10 o'clock this morning. The docket was large. First on the list was the state against Walter Bradsher and Rhodes Ilerndon. It seems that Walter and Rhodes were discussing some question and warmed up as they talked. Finally, as arguments sometimes do, there was a misunderstanding. Ilerndon told Bradsher that he was a liar. At thh Bradsher went for him. They werehav- ing a gentle scrap when Chief Woodall took Bradsher away. Somehow they got together again. Then Tip Hopkins came up, as he said, to part them to get Bradsher away Bradsher being a nephew of Hopkins. Hopkins says that some one knocked his hand against Ilerndon. Ilerndon swore that Hopkins struck him several blows and this was corroborated by Mr. Powell and Mr. Durham. Ilern don said that Hopkins was responsible for all the bruises he received that Bradsher did not hit him to hurt. Ilern don was being held while Hopkins got in his work. Hopkins claimed differ ently. Anyhow his honor fined them $5 each. The whole affair is to be regretted. Next a colored driver of the express company was fined $5 for fast driving. A few other cases ended the first day's work of Mayor Peay. Spring medicine and Hood's Sarsapa rilla are synonymous terms, so popular is this great medicine at this season. A Card. In calling attention to our celebrated Roller Tray which is the most conven ient and strongest trunk made and which is made in every way superior to the ordinary trunk, we beg to say that we warrant it the best and that we will do any necessary repairs to them, free of charge. Very respectfully, II. W. Rountuee & Bno., Richmond, Ya. Wanted ! Ladies to do writing at home. Will pay $18 00 to $20.00 per week. Send self addressed stamped envelope for re ply. Address, Mme. Wiught, Mishawaka, Ind. For Kent ! Two rooms to a small family. Apply at 120 South street. The city council met last night, the new board was sworn in they say. And Walter Bradsher had a fight and a crisp V he had to pay. Poliqeman Cheek they a l turned down and he resigned and now is meek he will nomore patrol the town, he s ys the- have enough of cheek. And then came Scarlett's turn to dance, they put a new man in his place accordingly his name is Pantz he was for Christian in the race. Judge Ferrell got upon the rolls, he's sexton and will dig the graves he got his hand in at the polls and helped drown Christian in the waves! m. A kAT sit BEEGHAM'S PILLS - conrtitntet a? family uedi-S Sick H ead aehe,WeaJi Stomach. Loss of An tKtite, Wind I. 9HJb M ... theStomach, Giddiness, TtIness.SireUtn(J after meeds. Iizzinesf Irotrginess, Chid Otitis, Flushing of Heat, Shortness of Jireatn, vosttveness, Blotches on the) Skin, Disturbed. Sleep, and alt nervous and trembling sensa tion are relieved by tiring these ruis. Ol all druggists. Frice Z& cents a dcx. New York Deoot. fi Canal St. S& THE ROLLER TRAY TRONIC w, iff The Most convenient trunk ever devised. THE TRAY is arranged to roll back, leav Ing the bottom cf the Trunk ea?7 ot ac cess. Nothing to break or get out of order. Tne Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee tbat you will get tho strongest Trunk made. If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, H. W. ROUNTREE 4 BRO., RlCHMON. V. I I S5s PLEASANT TO THE TASTE, pleasant in the taking, pleas ant in tueir action out un rivaled in their results. That fairly describes Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. In every disorder of the bver, stomach, and bowels, they give a lasting cure. For Biliousness. Jaundice- Indigestion, Constipation, Diz ziness, Sour Stomach, and Sick or Bilious Headaches, they are the natural remedy. They're tinv, sugar - coated I granules, scarcely larger than mustard seeds a comrxmnd ol refined and concentrated vegetable extracts. Put up in sealed rials, always fresh and re liable; a convenient vest-pocket remedy. They're guaranteed to give satisfaction, in svery case, or your money is returned. Any experimenting with Catarrh in the Head is dangerous. Serious troubles result from its being driven to the throat and lungs. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, by its mild, soothing, cleansing, and healing properties, completely and permanently cures the very worst cases. Its proprietors offer $500 re ward for any incurable case. J l IS ELECTED BY AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY -AND OFFICIAL S.ETURNS MADE ox Tin: PURE FLORIDA TESTIMONIAL CIGARS GUARANTEED TO HE THK est 5 Gsni Etrdht Cigars Made ! Sec that the Box lias the Brand, TESTIMONIAL FLORIDA, On the Top Lid and On the Inside of Box. All Other Brands Are Imitations ! And not Straight Good. The above Brand is Strictly United States. Call on your Cigar Dealer for Them. W. H. PROCTOR, State Agent for Factory, "Ask not the why and wherefore, Content thyself it is!" Reason or no reason, it is enough to state that values, such as tbese, are without precedent. BLACK LACES ! I-Q3T- I .... ' . - 1 r I 1 . r Winiiii Tie i 1 1 mumc jl iuu w " Two pieces Chantiily Flouncing, in beautiful lloral design- worth 63. 0U WHITE GOODS! i o'J yards Fine India Linon, all perfect, but in short length- (2 to jyar.ls), at 1U cents, worth 18 cents. Fine White Mull. 01 laches wide. j Fin - White French Nainsook, "rj i inches widt I cents ar ijo ceii!--, worth i.j j-iik Mulls i:i Fink. Blue and Crcaih i at 80 cents, worth 1.2o. ! SHOE DEPARTMENT! j The stacks of Fine Button Boots i and Oxford Ties in new spring shapes i are complete with every size lor wo men, misses and children. It tloes not require a telescope to discern the fact that we not only ex-' eel in the tine qualities ot our goods, but in Low Prices as well. J. W. Jones & Co., v.m mil'ho aiu su jiitieii wan cnoicc snaomgs 01 TvvojiecesSptuiisl.ciuipureFluun.ii),;, Goods that we must supplement our (treat White cing, i'-j inches wide, in e cram de-! r , i. wt '.t i i . i i i'! worth 2oo Goods Ottering with a word or two about our Dress Goods 1" and invite our readers to call and see the new colors in '"A i $2.00!" Sill' Wnrn Pim-bnli'THX Sill' Wm-n I ,.,wr. 1 i r,ff 3, 1893. Dim SUPPLY EOf II s UNECLIPSED BARGAINS ! White Goods ! Embroideries ! And ILaces! MONDAY, MAY 1, '93, WE COMMENCE A BIG SALE OF WHITE Jones' Cambrics, 'Corded Long Cloths, Piqms,.Fivncli Lawns, Batiste, Linon De Iirde, Persian Lawns, Silk Mulls, India Mulls, Checked Muslins, India Dimities, Dotted Swiss, Etc. This will be an interesting week in Laces and Embroideries. The entire stock goes on exhibition Monday morn ing for Our Big May Day Sale. We've got the prettiest stock of Vash Fabrics, Printed Goods and Ginghams for our First May Sale. Don't miss our Dneclipsed Bargains in all Woolen Dress Goods, Black Goods, Silks, Velvets and Trimmings. Fans, Parasols and Umbrellas a beautiful line now on exhibition. OXFORD The variety of beautiful Oxford Shoes for women's, misses' and children's wear is without parallel. WE INVITE ALL TO ATTEND OUR 'FIRST Durham Supply Co. ALOlSlII CUSTOM For the past half score years it has been our custom to place the Largest and Most Varied Assortment of White Goods, Laces and Embroideries before our trade during the month of May. May, 1893, finds us with the Largest and Most Satis factory Line we have ever shown. Iy Satisfactory Lines we mean to say that the Patterns are Petter and Prices Lower than ever before. We start you with a Good Check Muslin and Plain Victoria Lawn at 5 cents a yard; then pass on to the real Plums, viz : Lattice Lawns, Drawn Work Nainsooks, Hair Line Cord French Dimihes, Plaid Dimities, Crinkle Plaids, Lace Stripes, Heavy Welts, Corded and Plaid Piques, Check and Stripe Nainsooks- of 11 size patterns Plain India Linons, Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, French Mulls, Plain Swiss and Organdies. We have just opened a line of Swiss in every size dot and style of figures, from the wee mustard seed to the ; great moon dot. By all means consult us on White : Goods, especially Dotted Swiss. : WOOL DRESS GOODS! i i Our shelves are so laden l' - ...... , : Hns, New Jaequard Figures. These Dress Goods worth seeing. DRESS TRIMMINGS! It is an established fact that we arc Headquarters for Dress Trimmings, and that we can match everything from our Lrreat lines of Fancv Silks. Plain and Ch:m',cab e Vel our great lines of Fancy Silks, Plain and Changeable Vel- vets, Passemeiitaries and Gimps, and Peige, (.'ream, Plack and lwotom Laces. Special assortments and great drives throughout every department. Magnificent display of Scrims, Lace Cur- tains and Figured Curtain ; ! 124 Main Street. PlilCE FIVE CENTS. GOODS SHOES ! MAY SALE T : i i i f J ' " r.7, 'll 1 J Whip Cords and Cheviots. are our latest specialties and are Swiss. Durham, N. C.