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VOL. IV. NO. 92.
TWENTY my entire stock el Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Cut Glass Bottles, Etc., 20 per cent below the regular pelling price. I have more goods of this class than I can possibly at a sacrifice. My stock includes all the popular Odors manufactured by Messrs. French, Cave & Co., Philadelphia, namely : White Violet, Idealia, Wild Olive, Stephanati? Night Blooaiin- iioufiucT, rioiai uny ui aun, ucmj diuscuiu, jiu wueeii. lnac diusmjiii, rau Annie uiosom. iienotrone and many other dodu ar Odors in ounce not.t ps. Thoe Extra ... hect nliofllv O uoi STUDENTS WHO WIN ! I (Hjrj , n deceive Diplomas at the Graded School, UrHiratluatiiH lass This Year Than Kver Before. HOULD EE ON HAND People Who 'in- "intl liri:f llrtvi t i, , hi . i,i. i. -i '.' AH Keaderi of The Globe. 'I'i,. closing exercises of the graded school, ti.v i.- interesting, will be ea 1 1- ially so this year. Tomorrow h the daj and (.-very par j 1 1 in the city should lie tin re The graded school :,; i the place; 10 a. m. the hour, and those who have never liven throng the t::.-v building will lind especial cause !:' pride in the Hplendily equipped apartments w here the Voting idea (' D :i is laugh! to i-hoot. The graduating class thisyear is larger than ever before i.i the hi torj of the school, represents mm li real talent. Kourtei n Durham bovs and girls will re eeive diplomas, which means that they are thoroughly grounded in ull branches which constitute a good common school education. They are : s follows : Mi99 Bess ie Potter, Mis Bessie Woodson, .Mi-s Lenora Barnaul, Miss Lizzie Taylor, Misa Uuth Toms', Miss Alice Uolman, Miss Pauline Ramsey, .M iss Rosa Lee, .Miss Bertha McClees, Miss Ada Brown, Miss Linnie Watts, M r. John Carr, Mr. Will Dowel, Mr. Frank Pagan. Mr. John Carr will deliver the saluta lory, Miss Bessie Potter the valedictory. The ether essayists arc Misses Lenora llurham, Bessie Woodson and Lizzie Taylor. I'he programme is one which all will enjoy, and patrons of the school and the public generally should be on hand to see what has been done by the students the past session. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. Thf D.ty'ti Record of Current Kventfl in the City and Vicinity. - Don't fail to attend the free concert to nigui at Stokes hall. -Tile floors are being plated in the Dew National bank building. First class line of fruits of all kinds at Powell A; Co'a always fresh. The Antonio-Uoig five cent cigar, 1 1 t on earth. See K. I). Fisher. Smoke Antonio Roig five cent cigar t cigar for live cents. E. D. Fisher. Free concert to night at Stokes hall I ipila of the Durham School of Mum, -n anted, a reliable man to sell pianos 1 organs. Apply to Darnell & Thomas, ' si d( trs, Durham, X. C. ,os' -a memorandum book on Mor : 1 baP I Hill street. Leave at The tl. V.. . ffl ... i t ' and receive reward. Iiev : L. White will lecture to rrow evening, at Stokes hall, tor the : ' ' the V. M. C. A. of Durham. nP Duncan will preach the ded sermon of the new Methodist hun Dutchville.to morrow, Friday, M :: o'clock. All invited. 1-1). Fisher's Antonio-Roig five cent ir will beat all others for the price on M market. See the truth of this by go- IJ-r Hud trying it for yoursef. - 1 he memorandum book lost on Mor s r Chapel Hill street, and advertised J I11- GlBK. belongs to Mr. Bob Gattis hie 18 thereby cause(i much inconve r)anU" Wil1 P&y 5 rewar to the ue to any one else, it will be WFOB 30 DAYS ONXY, BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 29, ii- l Till n'l t in f 111 in nriffinQ nof'L-Ofrr.a ""c1""1 MTREMEMBER IT WILL ONLY LAST 30 DAYS. COME EARLY AND TO THE PUBLIC! Tlw Globe Newspaper, not belonging to the North Carolina I'ress Association, but being fur Durham and Durham people, announces that all notices of churches And societies, and all other entertain ments of a charitable nature from which revenue is to be derived, will print the same FKKK. One-horse shows and patent medicine advertisements will be charged for. Cards of thanks, resolutions, obitu ary poetry and other things excluded by the I'ress Association also printed free in The C;iobe. The Globe guarantees the largest circulation of any paper published in Durham county. money in the pocket of the finder to re turn it at once. The Durham Buggy company has a limited number of buggies on hand which it will close out at a great reduc tion to wind up its affairs. Those in want of a bargain would do well to see Elowerton & Bro , who have the buggies for sale, or call on or address L. W. Wise or T. B. Farthing. The Rev. Dr. Lambreth, of Nash ville, Tenn., missionary secretary and for several years resident missionary to Japan for the Methodist church South will speak to night in Trinity college chapel, at 8 o'clock. The public is cor dially invited to be present and may count on an interesting and instructive presentation of Japanese life and illus trations. On Friday and Saturday, the 2d and 3d instant, special bargains can be had at J. J. Mackay's china and glassware estab lishment. Now is the time to buy, if you want cheap goods. Tea sets from $2 50 to 10 00; tlower pots, 5, 10, IS and 20 cents; hanging baskets, 535 cents; toilet sets from $2 00 up ; glassware cheaper than has ever been sold. I have on hand some show cases which will be sold at less than half the original cost; also Writing desks. Come in, if you want to be astonished. J. J. Mackay, Agent. 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 postoflice, which will con tinue during the entire period of the fair. This branch office will be for the benefit of person who do not know when leaving thu'r 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." A NEW NINE. What h New Ball Club Might or Might Not Do iu This Town. A new baseball nine was formed early this morning, as follows: Catcher, J. T. Womble. 'Catcher, C. D Whitaker. Catcher, Dr. N. M Johnson. Catcher, Col C. T. Postley. Catcher, Col. W. A. Albright. Catcher, J. A. Moseley. Catcher, Pat Lunsford. Catcher, John Mesley. Catcher. Charley Norton. Catcher, Brodie Duke. Catcher, A. F. Lloyd. Short stop well, that's what we want and wanted long before we stopped. The (9) nine is a "Cuss. "Brace Up" Is a tantalizing admonition to those who at this season feel all tired out, weak, without appetite and discouraged. But the way in which Hood's Sarsaparilia builds up the tired frame and gives a good appetite, is really wonderful. So we say, "Take Hood's and it will brace you up." For a general family cathartic we con fidentially recommend Hood's Pills. DURHAM, N. C, THUKSDAY PER ,-, - , -! nn,- finonhh- l-.jirnl kv K - uj vuauii,j utiucu wo I GAMBLERS CAUGHT ! Aii Occurrence Which Is Becoming Too Frequent. Four Negroes Are Boand Over and Wait for Conrt. THAT IS SOON BUT IT COSTS MONEY Boys and Men Are Too "Soon" in the Mat ter of Playing Cards for Money Round About These Diggings. Four more negroes were bound over yesterday for gambling in the Mangum woods. As court comes along next week, the expense will not be great in Uclding them, but it strikes all people who know about it, that there is altogether too much gambling going on these times. Sundays, especially, young men and boys, and not black exclusively, by any means, go to the woods and play cards for money. Only a short time ago men were caught playing cards with their owe sons, on Sunday, for money. Instead of so much missionary work in Africa, it looks like a little real good business here in Dur ham would not be at all out of place. Shut the Door. You hear it constantly. People feel the draughts but they never think of the over drafts upon nature which impair the digestive organs, and makes the use of Simmons Liver Regulator necessary to effectually move the liver to action, and aid the digestive and assimilative powTers of the body. The Regulator is the medi cine for all disorders of the stomach. Try it and be convinced. DEATH OF MRS. E. P. STONE. She Was a Daughter of Mr. V. 15 Surles of This City. Mr. W. B. Surles received a message this morning conveying the sad intelli gence of the death of his daughter, Mrs. E. P. Stone, which occured at her home in Raleigh between 4 and 5 o'clock this morning. Deceased was 28 years of age, and fell an earlv victim to consumption, from which l.er death has been expected any time for many months past. The an nouncement therefore was no surprise to her friends who had watched the con stant ravages of the disease, yet not the less sad for the bereaved husband and three innocent children who survive her. Patient under her suffering, she was much liked by those who knew her, and had friends in this city who will regret to learn of her taking off. NOTHING NEW. No New Clew Concerning the Fire Bugs and The Work at the School. Nothing has been learned about the school house fire. The explosion of the McDade business leaves the people with nothing in sight. The janitor, we take it, was to blame and at its next meeting the board should arrange for the janitor to see that the building is locked Saturdays and Sundays and also during vacation. People generally cling to the opinion expressed in The Globe, that the doors were open and some one went up stairs and threw a cigar or match on the old papers which should not have been there. NEXT WEEK. Court Will Be on Next Week According to Calendar and Some Work On. Court comes" off next week, or starts off. The case of Glass, who is playing crazy, will perhaps be the most important case. Burke Harris' trial will be of some in terest. The Rollins case will not come up this term. In fact, we learn that it has never yet been tak?n to the supreme court. It will be perhaps a year before a second hearing is reached in the superior court. This makes it all the better for Rollins, and people generally are glad of it. Position, Wanted. A lady desires a position as stenogra pher and typewriter. Best of references given. Address Editor Globe, Durham. EVENING, JUNE 1, CENT i - i i niiKnlin .-. , . . . . 1 1 i piuvuosci. iawrs uue. cuuiB an, wiiiie you nave ioe opporTuniiy 10 get E D. FISHER, IT'S QUITE A STEP from the great, griping, dreadful pills to Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets. See what an ad vance there is : These tittle Pellets, scarcely larger than mustard seeds, are the smallest and the easiest to take tiny, sugar coated granules that every child is ready for. They act in the mildest, easiest, most nat ural way. INo violence, no reaction after ward, and their help lasts. They perma nently cure Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and all derangements of the Uver, stomach and bowels. They're put up in sealed vials. This keeps them always fresh and reliable, unlike the ordinary pills in wooden and pasteboard boxes. They're the cheapest, for they're guaran teed to give satisfaction, or your money is re turned. You pay only for the grood you get. No matter what you've tried and found wanting, vou can be cured with Dr. Sage's Catarrh ftemedy. To run in debt for luxuries. To marry for money or social po sition. To do wrong with the hope that good may come. To rob the stomach to put line clothes on the back. To buy groceries from the old mer chant because you can '-have them charged." But it will pay you to boy' from POWELL & CO., The Cheap Cash Grocers, Where everything is New and Fresh and at Lowest Prices. The largest stock of Fruits and Confectioneries in the city, whole sale and retail. ITenry, O'Brien & Co's old stand, Main street. J8STPHONE NO. 86. 1MBM FOR SPRING WEAR. Attention is called to our hiffh class lines of Heavy and Light Soled Oxford Ties and Slippers, comprising some of the most elegant styles and shades ever offered. Women's Bright Dongola Hand-turned Oxford Tie?, common sense and p ain toes, $2.00. Women's Vici Kid Heavy Soled Ox Tor.l Tie?, natent tinned. s:j 2". Women's Patent Leather Vtimp Heavy Soled Oxford 1 ie?, ). Women's Red Brown Russian Calf Ox ford Ties, 2 00. Women's- Fire Bright Dongola Kid One Strap Slippers, beautiful buckle8 tl.75. Women' Pink and Blue Kid One Mrap Slippers, $3 o. Women's White Kid Opera Slippers with bows, "). Misses and Children ? lied and Tan Shoes at one third off regular prices. J. W. Jones & Co. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice A her.'hy civen that the firm of Micnae! U). 1 11Soiv-i oy muiuai iuukui and that tbe bio ot MM arm is som xo r E. D. Fisher. Durham. May 9. 1K. MICHAELS k CO. It i Pais ! 1893 SAVED vv ! I l l ..... GET THE BEST. -o A IVash Goods, DHI SUPPLY MPffl and White Goods Carnival. A GLITTERING DISPLAY PRINTED FRENCH ORGANDIES, EGYPTIAN DIMITIES, IRISH LAWNS, PRINTED SWISSES, GLORIA SATEENS, NOVELTY GINGHAMS, ENGLISH PERCALE, NOVELTY PRINTED SILKS. Paralyzing Values This Week ! Thereby making this event the Greatest Attraction we have ever advertised. Dotted Swisses, Printed French Organdies, Printed Swisses, JUST FROM THE MILLS, All have upon them the bloom of freshness. All are radi ant with that indescribable charm known as Style. Silk Mulls, Dotted Swisses, White Silks, French Lawns and all of the complementary needs can be filled here, such as Fans, Laces, Ribbot . Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Oxford Ties, in appropriate styles for commence ments and all other occasions where evening dresses are to be worn. SAMPLES ON APPLICATION. Durham Supply Co. HARRIS LIT HI A WATER! A Water that is superior to any other Water in the United Rates, which is shown oy the following Aoaljtil : ITS SPECIFIC GRAVITY IS 60 DEGREES F. CALCIUM 1 LPHATE. POTA8SII M SI LPHATC 1 1 1 H BCLPHAim, NO Oil M HLOKIDI.. SODIUM 1IICAKBON TK. UTMIUM Bit AKBONATK, M AGS EMI I M BK AKBON ATK. IRON BICAKBONATK. HI LIC A, PHOSPHORIC ACID, LOs lt.MT14. SOLID DRIKD AT un.i:n Y.. CARBONIC ACID IN BICARBOSATR, IttJM The water is clear, odorless, and slightly Analyst made by K. OGDEN DOKEMLS. M. D , LL. D , Professor of Chemistry aad PkjHks College, City of New York, October 7, ltfi. This Water has no equal in the Unhed Stales for Curing Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Liver Complaint, Nausea, Dropsy, Gout, Kheumati-m, Diseases of the Kidney and Bladder, H ematuria and Catamenial Derangement.-. Diseases of the Blood. BRANCH OFFICE, COLUMBIA, S. C. C. C. HABE1YICRT, Proprietor. PKICE FIVE CENTS. handle. They must go i ereus. Czarina lit t !)f uaiiu -w., v. v. . nv, ivi T . . a liarpain. Pit. G-. Printed Fabric -OF- o- r,4.Kv. I.HJ Imp. Gallon. il'4 0.!X S.U I 7 :.mji .'..(.74 ti..'.Ui .i.iti'J !.;.-: IS4.999 IIH.77K 4.O.M. Trace. SHIPPING POINT, HARRIS ftPRINUS. -mmmimitmmm m mm .. m n m i i j i.nu. Stiff i s -