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THE GLOBE 18 - - - I ft j CUSSED and DISCUSSED. ffi THK OI.ORK IS j NEVER A TOMBSTONE, j KVIDENCK OF PROSPERITY. ; IT IS JXI.os i, FOR LI VK MEM. VOL. IV. NO. 103. DURHAM, N. C, MONDAY E VEXING, JUNE 12, 1893. PKICE FIVE CENTS. T"WENT T 3D j , ii my entire stock ci Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes, Toilet Waters, Cut Glass Bottles, Etc., 20 per cent below the regular selling price. I at a sacrifice. My stock includes all the popular Odors manufactured by Messrs. French, Cave k Co., Philadelphia, namely: White Violet, I v ,,ljU'iuvl' - oesi quamy, DID HE STEAL THEM? Peculiar Case to Come Up This K vening. Thomas Lee U t; Answer to the Charge n!' Stealing Taters. J J. POOL BRINGS SUIT IN THIS CASE Peop'e Who Come ami Go Brief TJrevi n f luteresl t All Keador of J Jie Globe. One ol the mosl peculiar cases of total depravity, of Thomaa L. Lae, a white man i guilty, comes up thh afternoon, before uire McManne. J. J. Pool is complainant, and he avers that Lee is in habit of oing to the gardena 0f Inen anj stealing sweet potato slips. t is claimed by Pool that five or six men losl slips by reason of Lee' 8 tact, and thai Lee baa etolen from three to ten thousand of them Bud sold tliem wher ever and whenever he got a chance. Lee evidentlj did, if the evidence to he brought bafore the court this evening is good, a wholesale busines in that line. We are pleased to slate ihat the Yam Farm yam patch and tiie Yam Farm Dog md the Yam Farm (run have not yet ill I to the attention of Mr. Lee. Lat v. poll the evidence Mr. Pool said that Lei bad pulled op eighteen rows each T sM v hills to the row and he said that he stole over 1,000. Mr. Lee had passed there, and Mr. Pool knew Lee's trucks. Lee bad worked for Pool. Pool had found where he, Lee, had sold three lots in Sugar Hill, and Pool said that other sales had been offered, and Pool measured the tracks made by Lee He saw Lee go down the "tater" row, nd bee also had a sack and a bucket in Ms suck. Lee claimed that the "later" row was a ; lie path, and did not deny going down there. Sam Davis made the measure of the Ifacks and all corresponded with what measurements Pool had made. Davis Md that the tracks had the appearance of one who was evidently planting to bacco or pulling up potato plants. "ill Holman, a colored man, was an 'thcr witness who measured tracks, and thought bee did the business. He In troduced, also, measurement of Lee's foot, : ' be thought Lee pulled up the slips. Liney Fitzgerald, a beautiful colored gin, and she claimed that she wanted otato slips, and that Lee would " them for ten cents a hundred. She sai'l Lee had a right smart turn. Lee in a hurry. She knew the man. ' Bess, colored, bought some on 'ay morning of Lee and Lee had 'iu he would be back Saturday morning. 1 "" I 1 Dolly that he was in the busi nessof furnishing slips, and of course ghl some hundred. Lee had a U farm of potatoes-and Dolly told bun to mix them op, Ssste Pyne, colored, wanted 400. and S9l got hers about 7 o'clock. She had j-'' "1 slips, brought in a cotton sack. ?- said he had thousands of 'em. Sam Hr.o.; i "vvu, con iu. saw Lee with a U of Btufl around his body, and had tun m n. Mr. Lee ':mi,j t, i , . , iu tvuow wuai ne was 1 :!:-'- and HnnLm. i . f'u i'iom'u juat jce was Wl"g down. pool was re-called, lie explained that Ux' Wld the hftlf.Hn.Kl r . uouti ui poiaioes mat Whm, and that Lee owned no po 'Woes. Al juncture Mr. Lee introduced 8'm0lher d given her son money her, on lived on Mr. Pool's land. 'ami vii luthc 1 ' Was a witnoss f, r uo evidence, except to s say WTFOR 30 DAYS ONLY, BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 29, a"Ji V"1 ""oeum, jnay anu will De sold in original packages REMEMBER IT WILL ONLY LAST 3Q DAYS. COME EARLY AND TO THE PUBLIC! The Globe Newspaper, not belonging: to (he North Carolina Press Association, but being for 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 FliEE. One-horse shows and patent medicine advertisements will be enlarged for. Cards of thanks, resolutions, obitu ary poetry and other things excluded by the Press Association also printed free in The ;iobe. The Globe guarantees the largest circulation of any paper published in Durham county. that the measure of the foot would cor respended with Lee's foot. The witnesses being through, Mr. Lee made a statement and said : Thursday Mr. Lee was at the market house, and he made contract with another man whose name he did not know to sell slips. That he sold them for another man ; that he had never stolen before and that he was simply the victim of these other men. Mr. Frank Fuller was for Pool and Lee had no attorney. Lee was bound over to superior court in the sum of $50. AVntilalion, not the politicians, sort, but the fresh air you need? Health and comfort often sutler for this kind of ventilation. Never sleep in a poor ventilated room. You'll wake up unfreshed, out of sorts, and bil ious. Perhaps you can't improve the ventilation, but you can take Simmons Liver I'egulatar for that torpid liver, to keep it active against the ill effects of a close atmosphere which causes that lan guid feeling. Toadies' Oxford Ties. Our "O. K" Krippendolf's Oxfords have been reduced to $1 25. They won't last long, so be quick if you would secure a pair of them. Durham Supply Co. THEY WILL PLAY. A Game To-morrow at Houston of Dasc ball When She Is Haw led. A game of ball will be played at Hous ton (or Halifax,) to-morrow between a Koxboro nine and a Halifax nine. The game of course will be rocky, but it will make things a little bit more lively than they otherwise would be in Halifax. Let them all take it in. Airy and Cool. Men's summer coats and vests and snits, Cheap prices are made on them for Satur day and Monday, June 10 and 12, at Durham Supply Co. Pimples, blackheads, moles, freckles, tan and sunburn removed by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Medicinal. Sold by W. M. Yearby. COMING AND GOING. Durhnni People on the Move and Visitor in the City. Mr. Roy Thaiu, of Kaleigh, spent yes terday in Durham. Sheriff Markham has been absent to day and will return this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dowdy, of Roxboro, visited friends in Durham yesterday. Mr. T. G. Cozart, of New York, is on our streets to day, looking as natural as of yore. Miss Mary Durham, of Chatham, who has been visiting Misses May and Minnie Gattis, returned home to day. Miss Blanche Doughty left this morn ing on the 5:45 train to attend the mar riage of her cousin in Mt. Washington, Md. She will be met by the younger brother of the groom, Mr. G. F. Bur roughs, of the tirm of F. S. Royster & Co., who will escort her during the trip. On their return they will take in the sights around Baltimore, Washington and Norfolk, after which she will leave to visit relatives in Tarboro and Henderson. iueen, Liiiac blossom, urao Apple uiossom, Heliotrope ana many other popular Odors in ounce bottles. These or any quantity desired by the KICKING HARD NOW ! The Consumers of City Mud Make a Big Kick. And from the Looks of the Mod It Is All Right. THE SORRIEST STUFF EVER SHOWN Death and Disease Doubtless Sold in Durham by the Month, but Under the Name of Water. An occasional honest kick about city water will do no particular harm, and those who are consumers expect and hope that it may do some good. The Globe simply wants to call the attention of people to the fact that, with out question of doubt, in consuming, in ternally, city water, they are drinking some devilish poor stuff something that may make them regret it always. Yesterday the surface of the reservoir was covered with dead fish. This is a fact, and those who use the mud and mixture to day use what wras the grave of those fish last night. The water tbis morning was so muddy that it could not be called water and people brought samples, in their indigna tion, to this office. If a man who dared to act, be health officer or private citizen, were placed un der oath, if he was competent to give an opinon, he would say that the reservoir with its reeking, rctten filth shold be con demned. That is the long and short of it, and our city should cause something to be done. The thing is not only a farce but the miserable system and service is doubtless dealimg death to our people. To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently, when costive or billious or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irrita ting or weakening them, to dispel head aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. SUBSTANTIAL NECESSITIES FOR SUMMER. Light-weight Black Dress Goods in Nun's Veiling, Albatross, Batiste and Silk Warp Gloria. White Dress Goods in Dotted Swiss, Plaids, Stripes, Plain India Linons, French Organdies, etc. Embroideries of all widths, from one cent a yard upwards. Laces in Black, Cream, Two tone and white. Printed Wash Goods, such as Ging hams, Pongees, Dimities, French Swiss, and, best of all, our 38-inch Cote De Cheval at 12 J cents. Ladies' and Children's Mitts aati Gloves in biack and all colors. Our tbin perforated bummer Corsets at 50 cents should be worn by every lady during hot weather. See them. Special drive on Table Linens, Towels and Napkins. Ellis, Stone & Co 1 24 Main Street. School of Fine Arts MRS. E. L. BRYAN, Principal. Opens Monday, June 12. IN DURHAM Ml SIC HALL, OVER roSTI.L'. S STORE. The superior advantages off red hy this school will recommend it to all lover of art wao desire the highest and best. The public is invited to vtaj 1 1' le studios purchaser. Come one, come all, while you have the opportunity io get n i E. EL FISHER, Young Mothers We Offer Tou a Remedy which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child, " MOTHER'S FRIEND ' Hobs Confinement of its fain, Horror and Risk. 7 B AftCTnilnonebottleof ' Mother's Friend M 1 Buffered but little paiu,and did uot experience that weakness anerwara usual m sucn cases. Juxa. ana Oaqe, Lamar, Mo., Jan. 15th, 1391. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of price, $1.50 per bottle. Book to Mothers mailed free. BB1DFIELD JBEGVLATOB CO., ATLANTA, GA. BOLD LY ALL. DRUGGISTS. JIM ft HOSIERY AND GLOVES ! Ladies' Lisle Extra Long Black Hose 45 cents a pair ; 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 3p 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. AVe will offer to-morrow exceptional va?ue8 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 off regular prices. Chantilly Lace Flouncing, $1.50; re duced lrom $3.00. 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. $:100 Parasols reduced from $4.50. s5.00 Parasols reduced from $7.00. 20 inch Gloria Umbrella, loop and crooked natural stick handles at $1.00. 26-inch Twilled Silk, $2.50, reduced from $4.00. J. W. Jones & Co. POWELL & CO. Are in the Lead ! GET THEIR PRICES ON GROCERIES QUEEN'S WARE, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, BED-ROOM SETS. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF TIN WATER SETS! We sell cheaper than any other firm, as we sell for cash and have no bad debts to make you pay. Give u- a ca 1. Ail goods delivered. Yours to please, CEIjZj SZ CO., MAIN STREET. MORTGAGEE'S SALE lly virtue of the mortgage ded dated the 13th day ot November. 18M, which is duly reg itereu in oook No. U.' mortgage', pa ges to i. in the omoe of the regiter of deeds lor Durham chanty, to wnich reference is made for lurttK-r ami :ull i-articu;rs, and puruaia to The power of tale therein, the undersigned win. On Saturday. July s. isy3,at 19 O'clock M. at the court house door in Durham, N C. sell mt public auction, to the highest biuder. the following real estate, included in said mort gage, to-wit : The Brick Prize House Lot and improvements situated on the corner of Cor coran and Parnsh streets, in Durham. N.C . now occupied by Paul Norwood, and used by said I aul Norwood ior his Minrb?M Terms cash. J. . CARif, Durham, . C. June 7, Mortafc. have more goods of this class than I can possibly handle. Thv mutt ao Idealia, Wild Olive, Stephanati. Nisrht Bloomin Cereu Czarina i i . GET THE BEST. AT The New York Bee Hive WILL MOVE TO LARGER HOI jE WITHIN 30 DATS. IN OKDEK TO RBDUCE M EBCH AN DISK BEFORE MOVING, WE OFFER THE ENTIRE STOCK AT OUR NET COST ! Takiri into consideration the fact that most ol OUR GOODS WERE BOUGHT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR You will readily ec that YOU BUY AT JUST ONE-HALF THE ORIGINAL WHOLESALE COST. Come early, as we are going to da vs. z 51 -I "1 O "3 - - i.Ii 2 m ft C 5 S 8 CO - - 3 O 33 2 a: - - SB C A GLORIOUS EVENT ! THE EXCITEMENT STILL ON! and Better Than the People Elver DURHAM SUPPLY COMPANY Leaders of Lc w Prices, Having Eclipsed Their Own Record in Their May Sales, Now Begin a JUNE CLEARANCE SALE SEASONABLE DRY GOODS! Silks, Colored Wool Dress Goods, Black Goods, Printed Fabrics, Wash Goods. White (mods, Laces and Embroideries arc Grand Mark-Do wn, Saturday and Monday, June IO and 12, We will offer some Extraordinary Bargainfa in our Cloth ing and (rents' Famishing Department. Airy and Cool Summer Suits. Negligee Shirts, Fall Dress Shirts. Un derwear and Neckwear. Straw Hats at tempting prices. Our May Bargains are a matter of History. Our. June Prices will bring new trumps. tSTSee locals for reduced prices. Durham Supply Co. Extracts are of the very . . a Bar gam. Ph. a. T O- -- o- when you et ooLs at our cost sell the entire stock in less than thirty J. D. COLLINS. v Z ' Z CO o o O - Bargains o OF all included in this Stock-Reducing Sale. COST !