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id il" THE GLOBE IS j CUSSED and DISCUSSED. I KVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY. the numi is ffttfcR A TOMBSTONE. .. 1IUALIWK FOR I.IVKMKN a ........ ! -IS Safltt ' VOL. IV. XO. 94. DURHAM. N. C, SATL'KDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, 1893. PlilCE FIVE CENTS. TWEHTY PER CENT SAVED CI ITFOR 30 DAYS ONLY, BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 29,m i in) entire tock cl Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Cut Glass Bottles, Etc., 20 per cent below the regular selling price. I have more goods of this class than I can possibly handle. Tl a sacrifice. My stock includes all the .popular Odors manufactured by Messrs. French, Cave A Co., Philadelphia, namely: White Violet, Idealia, Wild Olive, Stephanatn. Night Blooming Cerens, Cu Bouquet, Floral Mist, Lily of Valley MJherry Blossom, May Queen, Lilac Blossom, Crab Apple Blossom, Heliotrope and manv other popular Odors in ounce bottles. These Extracts are of tin verv cesi qudiiiy, aim win oe .-mu in original packages or any quantity aesired Dy tne purchaser. Come one, come all, while you have the opportunity to get a Bargain. HBTREMEMBER IT WILL ONLY LAST 30 DAYS. COME EARLY AND GET THiZ BEST. They mutt go Czarina very E. D. FISHER, Pti. Gr. OS A GOOD CROWD ! j: , i( hite iin a Large Au dience ls Night. Hi Lectore a Sih-itss Viewed Iny Standpoint. from VHAl WE WANT 13 MANY LIKE IT r. i' Vliu ome and i Brief Itrevl . ,,i liileresS lo All Header c i! 1 li (i lolte. W ,i -c ,ur! house lasl evening a large r oi ; lie 1 1 lends ana admirers oi .1 L While assembled i hear him Irom t he puirjed , I he l oung :. in. ttev. J Man - lecturt i VI ;- Curse and His Crown." The . ii irivtn For the I enefil nf I be HI :i !i !.", r.cial S!i cesa j . liui'llishfil : m ;i :.(; v;t- ut his :ml Huirmed the auditors for an i k i j if it j !' c(i ! ti i! ii i)t i be to error ;.i ! w i :i doing i . i . i ! ; of oil r m '.) n i rv and tie tin 1 1 V ii li t. atlfiieief atnon i Ik remedy. flifi i dure v, :i replete with vivid istration, hohl, emphatic utterance, perfect rhetoric. d arrangement and logi cal continuity, all lighted with that deep, i irnesj ferv r - characteristic of the ikci in i i well known to the people it Durham, anion:; whom he labored for - h- pastor of the First Baptist with pronounced ability and ' i At the close of the lecture, in .' ful acknowledgment of the delight ful entertainment, a large number of friends and acquaintances remained to extend thanks and exchange courtesies. Special lhanka were tendered by Mr. J. II. Southgate in behalf of the Y. M. C. A. Ih'V. Mr. White is a great favorite with the people of Durham, who will always 1 with pleasure the growing apprecia tion in which he is held wherever he is known and who will ever accord to him a most cordial reception within our gates. Mint the Door. i hear it constantly. People feel ' draughts but they never think of the drafts upon nature which impair the stive organs, and makes the use of Simmons Liver Regulator necessary to ' lually move the liver to action, and r,i the digestive and assimilative powers the body. The Regulator is the medi ae for all disorders of the stomach. I ry i; and be convinced. Sensation. I he "mark-down sale" of the Durham ply company is bound to create a H-naation. Colored narasols. zenhvr I lihams, and woolen dress goods are """Ken at nail price tor this groat sale LIVE LOCAL LINKS. l:y's Kecortl of Cm rent Kveut.t in tin- City and Vicinity. Miss Janie Nichols died yesterday at : uoine near Dayton. -first-class line of fruits of all kinds I'owell & Co's always fresh. -The Antonio-Hoig five cent cigar "t on earth. See E. D. Fisher. mtke Antonio Uoig five cent cigar ' s' figar t,r live cents. E. I). Fisher Wanted, a reliable man to sell pianos - apply to Darnell & Thomas tow dealers. Durham. N. fj. TlUen7 Methodist church at Dutch- iri?1-1.--. Bishop uunciing the services memorandum f..o. iK'Kick uu jior- at The ?rCyelHIU reet. Leave i i.obk office, and receive reward. i i . --"-el Jiaionesays when the Sea, A : ine puts on -The Wild Isish ' ,nllL'r ads will not be in it. - he wonderful bargains in dry goods, " 1 ght to i o see at Durham Scpfli Co. rjbe.annual tarnation contest of occur o clock. a half d 11 - lJ- niiaaer sold '"'"n Jack Frost freezers, alone ashmen class in Trinity college will le court house, to niehl At 8 this week. They are the stuff, and he will doubtless sell many more in Dur ham. E. D. Fisher's Antonio Roig five cent cigar will beat all others for the price on the market. See the truth, of this by go ing and trying it for yoursef. Cards are out for the marriage of Professor W. G. Pearson, principal of the colored graded school of this city, to Miss Winnie Kosalia Sumner, of Chatlolte, in that city on June h lierry, the live fruit dealer, is in the j matter of peaches, first in the field as usual, lie is selling to day the genuine article fresh, ripe and juicy, the only difficulty being that he hadn't enough of them. Trinity college made its first obser vation of a thunderstorm yesterday as follows: Thunder first heard 3:57p.m. ast heard 4:21 p. m ; rain began 3:50, en- led 4:15, characterized as heavy. Storm moved from southeast to northwest ; wind brisk ; temperature t I. No damage. Rev. Fenner S. Stickney, rector of St. Andrews church. Greensboro, will assist Rev. Stuart McQueen at St, Phil ips to morrow both morning and even ing, Mr. Stickney is diocesan agent of permanent Episcopal fund, and his visits are always looked forward to with interest. 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 Howerton & Bro., w ho have the buggies for sale, or call on or address L. W. Wise or T. B. Farthing. -The Norfolk and Western ha finally gotten down to the right kind of busi ness. To morrow is a change of time, and new trains go on. The new schedule is : Leaving Durham at 0:10 a. m , and at ::10 p. m.; returning at 11:50 a. m , and 8:10 p. m. This will tickle the folks of all sizes, styles and kinds. The memorandum book lost on Mor ris or Chapel Hill street, and advertised in The Globb, belongs to Mr. Bob Gattis and he is thereby caused much ioconve nience. lie will pay $5 re ward to the party returning it, and as it i- of no pos sible value to any one else, it will be money in the pocket of the tinder to re turn it at once. Mr. W. A. Whitted, recently of Wake count)-, has moved to Durham and has taken the Blount house p Alston Avenue. He is a brother of Colonel Bun Whitted, of the First na tional bank and father of J. M. Whitted. Jr.. of the Fidelity. Il troes without saying that he is pleased with the city and that he will make it his permanent home. A large crowd from Durham wi 1 attend services at Bullock's M. K church, near Creedmoor, to morrow. Bishop Duncan will occupy the pulpit and be tween the morning and afternoon ser vices the congregation will take dinner in the grove, and enjoy the day in the good old way of our fathers, wrhen reli gion was a simple, every day affair, and groves were good enough to worship God in. Mr. J. R. Lindsay has presented Trinity college with two companion pictures. One of President Davis and Generals Le Longstrcet, J. E. John ston, A S Johnston, Beauregard, Jack son, Shwart, Hood. A. P. Hill ; the other of President Lincoln, Generals Grant, Hooker, Sheridan, Hancock, Meade, Sherman Farragut and Scott. This favor is highly appreciated on the part of the college. The pictures will be hung in the president's office. Postmaster Albright has received a communication from Postmaster Gen eral 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 leueiit of persons who do riot know when leaving their homes the precise lo cation of the Chicago office. This office is to do all the business of first class postoflice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed : "World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111." IT IS OX TONIGHT Durham Talent Will Help Out in the Programme. All of Our Citizens Should Give This Their Time. STOKES HALL SHOULD BE FJLLED The Richmond Kt'iinent Band Which Always Entertains Wherever and Whenever It does to Do So. The concert to-night at Stokes hall by the First Virginia Regiment band and orchestra, for the benefit of the Golden Belt Hose company will be one that no lover of music can afford to miss. This band justly celebrated throughout sev eral states, will give their audience some thing in the way of real music not heard every day. The character and styles of selections can be judged from the following Programme : Overture, "Minstrel Echoes.'" Vocal Solo, Mrs. W. M. Morgan. Piccolo Solo, "The Skylark," Mr. Wi Ham Wagecer. Vocal Solo, Miss Mackay. Medley, "From the Opera Wang. PART II. Patrol, " American. " Trombone Solo, "Honeysuckle," Mr A. Equi. Madrienne, "Bomanza," Mrs. H. H. Mark- bam. Intermezzo, "Cavalleria Rustic lna." Char acteristic, "Darkies' Jubilee." Vocal Duet, "Only Thee," Misses Happer and Tomlinson. Cocoanut Dance. As will be noticed the visitors will be assisted by some of the best local talent in Durham, and as the concert promises to be a brilliant affair, all should be there. WOMAN-HOOD has its own special medi cine in Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription. And every woman who is " run - down " or over worked, every woman who suffers from anv "female complaint" or weakness, needs just that remedy. With it, every disturbance, irregularity, and derangement can be permanently cured. It s an invigorating, re storative tonif . a sorithinor and strengthening nervine, and the only medicine for women so safe and sure that it can be guaranteed. In periodical pains, displacements, weak back, bearing-down sen sations, and every kindred ailment, if it faiie to benefit or cure, you have your money back. Is anything that isn't sold in this way likely to be " just as good " ? Most so-called Catarrh cures only make matters worse. They drive it from the head to the lungs. But, by its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing properties, Dr. Sages Catarrh Remedy permanently cures the very worst cases. JI JltS Ml. an todicatiooofthe way in which Summer Has Opened in Ked-Hot Style. So we will give an all round sale of sum mer fabrics commencing Monday morn ing. Durham Sctply Co. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Vlnitors in the City. Dr. N. M. Johnson returned from Greensboro on the 4 o'clock train. Mr. Charles 1. Malone, soliciting freight agent of the Seaboard Air-Line, is in the city. Mrs. J. U. Council is back from Rocky Mount where she has been on a visit to her son. Rev. J. L. White returned to Asheville this morning to occupy his own pulpit in that city to morrow. Col. Tom Noell, of Roxboro, came over last night and is spending a few days with Durham friends. Mai. W. A. Guthrie returned to day from a business trip to New York. He reports all serene along the line. Mr. J. W. Sharpe, of Burlington, ac companied by her daughter, Miss Jessie, is visiting her brother, Col. W. A. Al bright. Rev. J. C. Ilocutt, of Burlington, stop ped over to-day on his way to Dayton to conduct the funeral services of Miss Nichols who died there yesterday. Mrs. L. L. Pamplin, who has been on a visit to friends in Mississippi, returned home to day. She is accompanied by her niece, Miss Emma Gatlin, of Mc Combs City, who will spend sometime in Durham. Easy! Durable! Comfortable! WARRANTED o Fresh Air and Exercise. Getall that's possible of both, if in need ot tiesn & strength and nerve force. There's need, too, of plenty of fat-food. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh and strength quicker than any other preparation known to sci ence. Scott s Emulsion is constantly ef fecting Cure of Consumption, Bronchitis and kindred diseases where other methods fail. Prepared hj Scott 4Bown,y.Y. AU drngriats. HOSIERY AND GLOVES ! Ladies' Lisle Extra Long Black Hose, 45 cents trpair ; reduced from GO cents. Ladies' Silk Plaited Extra Long Black Hose, 75 cents a pair; reduced from $1. One hundred pairs Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 10 cents. Ladies' Taffeta Silk Gloves, black and colored, 20 cents a pair; reduced from 25 and 30 cents. Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves, tan, gray and black, 40 cents a pair ; reduced from 50 cents. Ladies' Lisle Gauntlet Gloves, black and colored, 25 cents: reduced from 40 cents. LACES. We will offer to-morrow exceptional values in our Lace Department, embrac ing Valenciennes, Oriental, Point Gaze, Fedora, Point d' Ireland, Chantilly and Guipure. Some at a third, none less than a quarter oft regular prices. Chantilly Lace Flouncing, $1.50; re duced trom $8 00. Parasols and Sun Umbrellas! The opportunity to save money and at the same time obtain a handsome and fashionable sun shade is presented here to-day. $:i 00 Parasols reduced from $4 50. sr,.00 Parasols reduced from $7.00. 20 inch Gloria Umbrella, loop and crooked natural stick handles at $1.00. 20 inch Twilled Silk, $2 50, reduced from $4 00. J. W. Jones & Co. It Never Pais ! To run in debt for luxuries. To marry for money or social po sition. To lo wrong with the hope that good may com-'. To rob the stomach t put tire clothes on the back. To boy groceries f rom theoM mer chant because you nn 4 -have them charged.'1 But it will pay you to bu fn m POWELL & CO., The Cheap Cash Grocers, Where every thing is New And Fresh aii'l at Lowest Prices. The largest .-tck cl Fruits ami Confectioneries in the city, whole sale and retail. Henry. O'Brien .V Ce'a oM stand. Main street. tfTPHONE NO. 86.-5 DURHAM SUPPLY COMPANY ABE !OJN; THE SHOE TRADE WE HAVE MORE OF THEM ! WE SHOW PRETTIER STYLES! WE SELL THEM CHEAPER! OIK- BIG JUNE SALE OF 9 Avrnon tiit-c Will be the Event of the Season. Forty-two Styles of Oxford Shoes to select from. KrippendolPs Ladies1 Fine Footwear. Banister's Men's Fine Shoes. Bay State Durable shoes. L-EP All Styles! All Prices! All Widths! All Colors! TRUNKS, BAGS, VALICES, UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS! Durham Supply Co. harris lit hi a water! A Water that is superior to any other Water m the Urntcl States, which is shown hy the following Analysis : ITS SPECIFIC GRAVITY IS 60 DEGREES F. CAIXIl M SULPHATE POTASSU M SULPHATE, ftODU M M LPHATK. souli H CHLORIDE, SODIUH BI CARBON ATE, I.I mil M BICARBONATE, -HAONE8ICH BICARBONATE, IKON BIC ARBON ATE, ILICA. PHOSPHORIC AC ID. LOSS ON IGNITION. Truce. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby siven that the firm of Michaels & Co. is dHKMwd by mutual consent and that the stock of eaid linn is sold to Mr. E. D. Fisher. Durham. May 9. 1S9G. MICHAELS 4 CO. SOLID DRIED AT Mfl DEGREE P., CAKHONIC ACID IN Hit ARBONA1 . lORAaa Imp. Gallon. 0. 700 O.ttlH .'.!! 7 1. Klil :.74 lx.;.-,7 IIM.77K ir.'.HHi The water i clear, odorless. anl slitfbtly i i. Analysis malc by EL ;1EN DORBMUS, M. 1), LL. I), ProfeMor of Cacmistry an I Pbyalct College, City of New York, October 7, I8WL Thih Water has no equal in the l'ni.el States for Cartas I)yt4peia, Constipa tion, Liver Complaint, Nau.ea, Urp.y, (iouf, UheutnatUin, IMmmMI of the Kidney and Bladder, llamaturit and CetemeoiiU Derm n getnea tS, Diseases of the Blood. BRANCH OFFICE, COLIMKIA, S. C. SHIPPING POINT, II A Kills SI IC1N4.S. C. C. HABENIGHT Proprietor.