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ffte iEfii d tote. THE GLOBE IS (Jj CUSSED and DISCUSSED, ft. : !') TirE;oLonE f s J' NEVER A TOMBSTONE. i:VIUENCK F FliOSPKRITY. j IT IS ALDNK FOil UTE MO. 1 . , '??Vt-t-V''Vw,,,, ' VOL. IV.-XO. GO. BLACK FRIDAY ! A U;tI Street (Sets Much Excited This Jlorning. I xr thin' Is in an Awful Flurry in the Metropolis. WHITE MAKES ANOTHER FAILURE j , Ji Come ami CJo ISrief Hrevl- il,.. f Infer-! tf Hentorn of TUt- ;ilu. , V i:k, May t Special Pan 'III! reigned in Wall street this All stock went fluttering. excitement for year-. S. V ' l again. Cordage opened five ! I ts l'J to 21, dropped to 10 first Chicago gas opened 71, dropped r. il lead ''' to 20; fieneral Eltc- ;:: -war oT :', points, drops 2 A!i recorded so fast that it wi- ;niH.--ili!c for the eoorest head to i r ti k t .- ;- Th whole maiket fell in! ni' ii M' nictl fairly wi;d. White . n t!i i'. !' will make no assignment ' ;,,! I,, in- ju-t suspended tempuiarily mi: th i- tioiibted. It i.s expected that t)-n.n!i a will witness a still greater :1m rv. V. -: : !.ty na'-iuii il cordage preferred ,i .kc ;v points to m, common 11 to 20; An.'Ti' nn sugar : to S? ;. , preferred 5 to ; . cuttcn preferred 2- to ?" ; whisky j, i ) Jl ; (J'-r.eral K! i:!ric2; Manhattan . K,!1,! ri : ' ; Wliffifng i1. After en or jj,.',;, shiiiikage, -ulli :ietit buying orders :ip;ie;ued to rally price. National cor-il-igf preferred ro-e " to 70 points and other, improve. 1 '' point W lie ii Tr;i t-l i mi; Letli r on pleasure bent, or busiues?, lake on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts nio-t plcnsftntly and effec tively "ti the lvi(i;.(s, liver and bowels, preventing levers, headaches and other form of Hckru ss. For sale in 50 cents and si hotilt-s by ;di leading druggists. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Tin- l).yt llcroiil of Cm rent Kveiit In flie City and Vicinity. Fir.t Ias line of fruits of alMkinds i at Powell A- Co's always fresh. i ! -North Carolina .lay at the Chicago , 111' 1" ? 1 1 1 A ' World's fair will be August is. The warehouses are crowded to day ' lots of tobacco and good prices. - The man w ho drinks city water these days should put a filter over his mouth --John Nichols has been provided with a plate in the treasury department with a -alary of l,so(. - We have several hundred flower poN, etc , which we close out at cost for e A. E. Lloyd A' Co. -A number of prominent tobacco -lowers from Orange and surrounding eon lies were on the floors of the various warehouses to-day. ---Wm S. Carroll, the Lynchburg cigar- t!e man, wants more cigarette makers. I'ersons wishing such a position are promised a permanent job. - The new ti.e company, composed of soine of the best young men of Durham. i in need of funds. This is why the festival w ill be held on the l!Uh and 20tb instant and why Durham people gener i.lv hould lend a hand. A festival for the benefit of the new company will be held at Parrish's warehouse on the evenings of the 19th, and 'Jutli. There will be strawberries and cream and all the delicacies of the M''in. All should attend and give the 'ys a lift. Governor Carrhas been officially in v'!ed to attend the commencement at Trinity and has signified his pleasure to do mi, provided the date does not inter b re with the performance of his official duties. The day will be a gala day (June S and bring thousands of people to Dur ham. Squire Angier went to Raleigh yes terday in response to a message from Frank ileartt. stating that he had a valua ble present for him which could only be delivered in person. Accordingly the 'squire returned with a large and beauti ful buttonaire of tree toma'o plants, which he explains will he worth going m;!es to see about two months hecce. People who are talking about want- ins a houe to rent, should ring ufT until j they look at the Leary house, on Cleve- j Whether they will manufacture and land street. It is one of the best houses j SCU on royalty or whether they will dis m town which can be rented, and the I Pse of territory has not yet been de rent is cheap the house considered. Sep i cided but at anv rate it looks like the CC. Taylor or A. E. Lloyd, and they will tell you about it. We nc ice that it j is vacant. n.i wbnw tw . J 'an rent it. The fast train which will be put on hv the Seaboard Air Line, Sunday, will he the biggest thing in the way of public cormnodation which has happened in Durham for a long time. With the new schedule people living in this city can spend the day in Richmond or Norfolk, returning the same evening, which in the matter of time means much to the aver age business man. Messrs. Frederick and Robinson, who have been here for several days placing the North Carolina wire hedge fence around a number of yards and lawns in this city, tell us that they have found Durham the livest town in the state and are much pleased with the business they have done. People who own homes have been quick to recognize the advantages of this strong and at the same time orna mental fence, and the Asheville company has secured many large contracts. As they will only be here a few days longer, all who have not seen them should do so at once. The Charlotte News says: The Wes tern Union Telegraph company has not obeyed the order of the Railway commis sion to charge the state rate (25 cents for ten words) for messages which go from one point in this state to another also within it, even though they pass through another state. I: was for this reason that the commission yesterday evening ordered the company to charge that rate only, it will be remembered that the company appealed to the superior court, which sustained the commission. Then the company appealed to the supreme court. That appeal is now pending. Postmaster Albright has received a communication from Postmaster-General Bissell, stating that there will be established in the government buildings on the World's fair grounds a branch of the Chicago postofiice, which will con tinue during the entire period of the fair. This branch office will be for the benefit of persons who do not know when leaving their homes the precise lo cation of the Chicago office. This office is to do all the business of first class postofiice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed: ''World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111." 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. Iut the company has not acted. To day weoticed a newfangled apparatus in the stove and tin-store of Col. Charley Taylor, on Main street. It is the Gate City er-and it does its work well. It will nurifv and clarifv anv water vou u ,n it.This novel and in this town almost indispensable filter is selling at a lw 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. romiuenrement Dressea. We have in stock a line of beautiful materials for young ladies' commence ni.;nt dresses this season and will be : pleased to show them or send snmples DuuriAM Supply Co. A NEW COMPANY. A Company Organizes in Durham for tin Purpose of Manufact uring. It really seems sometimes, that then is something new under the sun. To day we were shown a patent wheel to be used on wagons, or carts, or buirgies which will revolutionize the wheel mik ing business. This particular wheel is made entirely of metal. The tire is of tubelar iron, and the spokes of tubelar steel. The boxing is iron, and the weight is about four pounds less than the ordi nary wheel made of iron and wood. The spokes are sectioned and can be adjusted They screw, in the hub and also are broken near the centre with a check screw, so that if one spoke is bent or broken, it can easily be removed and the wheel repaired without taking the wheel from the vehicle. The tire being oval, there is no danger of splashing mud, and the cost of the whole business it much below the cost of the wooden wheel The boxing has an oiling apparatus self feeding and one oi'ing will last a month, and this is put in without removing the wheel. The patent covers some thirteen or fourteen points, and is the result of the inventive genius of W. W. Taylor, of Waco, Kentucky. A Durham company has been organ ized and purchased the right to manu facture the wheel throughout the world. The stockholders are: W. W. Taylor, Charles L. Seircy, W.T. Griggs, W. B. Surles, W. P. Surles, J. S. Carr, R. R Bridgers, Leo 1). Ileartt, S. R. Carring- ton, and W. II. Proctor time had come when wooden wheels,' broken spokes, greasy hands and black- j smith's biiu ti . .... i There is evidently a fortune in the patent. and Durham posh will get it out. For Kent! Two rooms to a small family. Apply ! at 120 South street. J I DURHAM, N. C, FRIDAY OF ANOTHER MILL! Kentucky Men Want to.Iinild a Uig: One I 'ere. They Have the 3Ioney and Want but Little Uonns. LET THE COMMONWEALTH CLUB DO If Thy Come to Durham They Want to Come and Start liugineH at Onc-e. Messrs W. W. Taylor, Charles L Searcy and W. T. Griggs, of Waco, Ken tucky, want to build .t- rolling mill in Durham. They want to make the finest grade of flour and meal Mr, W. B. Surles eays that they will j come and build a $50,000 flouring mill if I the city of Durham will donate the site. Of course they are particular about the site. They desiie to get the lot origi nally staked out for the Commonwealth Cotton mill. This property belongs to Mr. Richard Wright, and he paid some thing like five thousand dollars for it. Whether the gentlemen would expect that much of a bonus we do not know but it would be well for our citizens to convene the Commonwealth Club and see if some inducement cannot bo offered. These gentlemen have been in Dur-! ham and are, as they express it, "dead j stuck on the town " They want to come, and we all know that a mill such as they j propose to build and operate would be a j big thiug for the city. Get a move, and i let's see what there is in it. W. B. Surles can give any additional particulars. The l'opulutiou of Durham Is about 8,000, and we wouldsay at least one half are troubled with someelTection on the Throat and Lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opper-1 funity to call on their druggist and get a j bottle of Kemp's Balsam lor the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Bottle j 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. j Don't Continue j In the old rut, but look around and see if ' you can't do better on clothing and fur- j nishings with us. Negligee shirts, straw j hats. Immense stocK. Durham Supply Co. i An operation or injections of carbolic j acid are extremely dangerous. Try Jap anese Pile Cure. Positively guaranteed by W. M. Yearby. ALL ORGANIZED. The Local I'oanl of the United ' anking and Building Co. Is Organized. We take very great pleasure in giving the local board of the United Banking and Building Co., Richmond, Va , at Durham, N. C: OFFICERS. J. T. Pinnix, president. W. II Proctor, vice president. ! E C. Murray, secretary and treasurer, j F. L Fuller, attorney. j DOARI) OF DIRECTORS. W. M. .Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. D. irorman, C. C Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, fl. N. Snow, T. J. Winston. Major II. II. Rooers, State Agent. BASEBALL YESTERDAY. Where INayed and Who Won hy Hard 1" laying. At Washington Washington 8, New York. At Louisville Louisville 2,Pittsburg 0. At Atlanta Atlanta 4, Savanah G. At Baltimore Baltimore 7, Boston 11. At Cleveland Cleveland 3, Chicago 10. j At Augusta Augusta 8, Charleston 3. j FOB MEN, WOMES AS-D CHILD KiS. BEEGHAM'S f 0 PILLS ar m xn&rrellous J Antidote for Weuk 0 Stomach, 0 SICK ; A ACHEj 4) Impair- j g tlon.Con- tl pat loo Disordered Llrer, etc.; found 'so to i b pecil'y effL-aciaa nd remedial by FEMALE flUFFEREKS. Of a!! dmepists. Price 25 cents a box. -New York Desct. it Cacl St. O CIGARETTE MAKERS Fiodir nr ton ood CVar- i rtft F - Uintod W ette 31akei b W Anita. ;Oiie . i-ki.f h.vnovwni'iM i kc 2 J&5S VS. 5 rj 2 UUL JJ.J7-i iv-nv .v - " " - 1 " " " t need apply. Steady work I decern the fact that we Lot only ex 1 i i ! eel in the tine uaa Hies ot our iroods. gly?P- , A5af'C?SA t i Lynchburg, Va. EVEXIXG, MAY .-,.1893. AS A SVrPORT for exhausted, nervous, overworked women, nothing can do as much R3 Dr. Pierce's Favorite JYeseription. It regu lates and assists all the natural functions, never conflicts with them, and it strengthens and builds up the female system in ; a way of its own. Nursing mothers and women approaching con- j finement, will find it 1 exactly fitted to their needs. It lessens the mins and burdens of 1 I cnua-Dearinff, ensures healthy, vierorous olT- rpring and promotes an abundant secretion of nourishment on the part of the mother: : It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a ' soothing and strengthening nervine, and j ttu only gnaraatred remr-dy for woman's, chronic ills and ailments. If it doesn't bene- ' fit or cure, in the case of every tired or af flicted woman, she'll have her money back. On these terms, can anything else bo "just as good M for you to buy t j You're offered or a cure of Catarrh, ! by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy. j IS ELECTED 1JV AN- OVERWHELMING- MAJORITY AND OFFICIAL RETURNS MADE ON TIIK- PURE FLORIDA TESTIMONIAL CIGARS GUARANTEED TO JtE.TIli; hi I y Uglit Giprs Mi ! Sec tiiat the Box has the Brand, TESTIMONIAL FL0BIM, Oil the Top Lid and j On the Inside of Box. All Oilier Brands Are Imitations ! And not Straight Good. i The above Brand i.s Strictly United 1 States. Call on your Cigar ! Dealer for Them. W. H. PROCTOR, State Agent for Factory, B&C "Ask not the why and wherefore, Content thyself it is!" Reason or no reason, it is enough to state that values, such as these, are without precedent. BLACK IMAGES ! -?5"A7 31.23 ITS? Two pieces Spanish (iuipure Floun cing, A'.i inches wide, in elegant de signs, worth $2.00 Two pieces Chantiily Flouncing in oeautilul tloral designs, worth WHITE GOODS! ! 50 yards Fine India Linon, al ! perfect, but in short lengths C- to - yards), at 10 cents, worth 18 cents i Fine White Mali, CI inches wide. : at 40 cents. wDrtii ;V cents Fine white Fren-h Naino )k, rj inches wide, at cents, worth lb cents. Siik Mulls in Fink. Blue and Cream at 80 cents, worth $1.25. SHOE DEPARTMENT ! The stacks of Fine Cuttoa Hoots an'1 Uxl'011 Tics. in LCW spring shapes COmVMe lh ?,Z0 ,or WO" men misses and children. r unr-; nm rMimrr :i i in'ri tic m but in Low Prices a well. ' it (MA ft Willlillf Ttti ! J.W.J J. Jones & Cof DURHAM SUPPLY COfflPAfflY ECTBIG MEN'S APPAREL! SCTAIDID IX UP T Put down Good Material, Perfect Fit, Superior Make-up; then add Low Prices and yon Vv ill have the sum of our Clothing and Gents Furnishings No better illustration of the correctness of this figuring can be found than in our Spring and Summer Suits! Pi 'ices begin at $G.50 and range up to $25.00 to suit every purse and please every purchaser. Straw Hats, Neilipe Shirts, Collars anft Cuffs, Hanflterchiefs, Sorts Suspender.-:, Underwear, Cravats and Shoes. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS at thi: Durham Supply Co. L STAND NG 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. Hy Satisfactory Lines we mean to say that the Patterns are Better and Prices Lower than ever before. We start you with a V ictoria Lawn at 5 cents a yard ; then pass on to the real Plums, viz : Lattice Lawns, Drawn Work Nainsooks, Hair Line Cord French Dimities, Plaid Dimities, Crinkle Plaids, Lace Stripes, Heavy Welts, Corded and Plaid Piques, Check and Stripe Nainsooks of all size patterns Plain India Linons, Persian-Lawns, Victoria Lawns, French Mulls, Plain Swiss and Organdies. We have just opened a line of wiss in every size dot and style of figures, from the wee mustard seed to the great moon dot. By 4ill means consult us on White Goods, especially Dotted Swiss. WOOL DRESS GOODS! Our shelves are so laden with choice shadings of Dress Goods that we must supplement our Great White Goods Offering with a word or two alout our Dress Goods and invite our readers to call and see the new colors in jSilk Warp Pinchalines, Silk Warp Bcngalines, Soft Pop .jlins, New Jacquard Figures; Whip Cords and Cheviots. j I hoo Dross (innn are our oi in :-t;t;itii;. DRESS TRIMMINGS! It is an established fact that we are Head(uarters for Dress Trimmings, and that we can match everything from our great lines of Fancy Silks, vets, Passementaries and (limps, and Beige, Cream, Black and Twotom Laces. Special assortments and great drives throughout every department. Magnificent display f Scrims, Lace Cur- tains and rigured Curtain 124 Main Street. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Good Check Muslin and Plain latest specialties and are Plain and Changeable Vel Swi: Durham, X. C.