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TTTK GLOBE IS
i CUSSED and DISCUSSED. J
EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY, (f)
VOL. IV. NO. 104.
i
HAYE
AND BOUGHT SOME OF HIS FINE EXTRACTS WHIC H HE IS SELLING
TWENTY PER CENT BELOW REGULAR SELLING PRICES
y,,.. and they are the best on this market. And while I was there, I tried his Antonio Roig Cigars. They are the best in town for 5 cents. That is what people are saying
about my Extracts and Cigars. Come and try them yourself and be convinced.
RAMSEY CASE IS OX!
XUc Lawyers at It Now and They
Talk in Earnest.
Mr
lames Manning Lives the Jury His
lews Ti is A. M.
LAWYER PAP.KER TALKING THIS P. M.
peoid Who Come anil Go Brief ISrevi
tien "I Interest t All KeadeiH
f Tlie Globe.
Tin liamscy ca3e is still on, and will
be on perhaps until to morrow.
Lawyer Manning appeared this morn
ing I : ilumsey, and as is Lis custom
made u i ry able talk.
Mr larker is talking
tLis afternooo
for Lliee
and tli-.t
s obout the whole
bllHl'lH'SS
(1 it; , in the slander ct.se
Who will win depends much, in this
first whirl, ou the j'irv.
'I hat is to
n' I 1 1
ers
talks will
have som thing to io with it all.
Let ua hold our peace.
LIVE LOCAL LINKS.
Tin liiy'rt Iteeortl f Current Kveotfl fu
tlie Vlty Hnd Vicinity.
-First-class line of fruits of all kinds
!i! Powell & Co's alwaj'S fresh.
Kor rent nice brick store cheap
. ' I stand. Apply at this office.
-A line pure-white ladies' ganz vest
! i in cents, at Durham Supply Co.
Mr. Lawrence Duke has accepted a
po on with the Durham Supply com
pany. -Master Uobert Faucett has accepted
a position with the Durham Supply com
pany. Tlii' man who steals sweet potato
plants, can not sell them to the Yam
Farm.
I he public generally would like to
' what has become of the street
sprinkler.
As a persona mention it might be
Well lo say that the whole town is out of
t wn today.
I' was a big crowd and a merry
crowd that left Durham this morning
1 for Halifax Court House.
-Lost, a memorandum book on Mor
rU or Chapel Hill street. Leave at The
he office, and receive reward.
flic wheat harvest is wildly on and
tin erop is a good one. In fact all crops
' fai as reported are good this year.
Uemember the big June clearance
8 il is now on at the
Durham Supply Co.
furniture is being placed in the
Carrolina and everything being
i in readiness for the opening July 1
Hie street sprinkler is not in it these
and the professor with the festive
- -imply a reminiscence and a re
gret,
- now estimated that the con ted
' ' monument w ill cost about $20,000
' fourths of its amount has been
raise
overnor Can- expects to attend the
'' July celebration at the Guilford
'round unless executive duties
hall interfere.
riie sidewalk around the First Na
ank corner is receiving its last
coat
asphalt, and the buildimr itself is
1 irStlftflQ BAwtnif liiniliinn ii n a 1
; our price sic. We warrant ma
Money refunded if machine is not
ry. J. 1). Collins, Bee ilive.
last of the visitors who came to
mmencement have returned
-i Durham has gotten down to
- again and is humming along in
lh Way.
ieopiewho did not go on the ex-
this morning, as well as those
are having a day oil Main
1 ever looked so lonesome as it did
l" ttiorninir.
he
x.c
ommencement exercises of the
A A M ,.,.11... :
. vv.iitc iii b no iu progress
ddmorro Will be the big day annuai
e88 by Won. Henry Watterson, grad-
f fte Brntyam
YOU
uating exercises, closing with a reception
and other festivities incident upon such
occasions
Prices are twinkling you a fascinat
ing welcome at the Durham Supply Co.
Big June clearance sale in clothing and
furnishings for Saturday and Monday.
Duriiam Supply Co.
Mayor Peay tells us that, and he
will not be sure, but anyhow, there was
no police court this morning. If the
picnics did not cause it, he is glad, be
cause that will mean much to the town
every day.
East Durham is losing no time these
days ; houses are going up in every di
rection while new fences and a liberal
use of paint plainly indicate that people
iving in that end of town are building
lomes and are generally prosperous.
The revival meeting at Carr church
increases in interest. 1 he converts num
ber nearly a hundred, among them being
soma who have been regarded heretofore
as hardened disbelievers. In a religious
way the community is Having a lively
awakening.
The Jack Frost Ice Cream Freezer
does its work quicker than any other
machine. It saves ice. It saves time.
It saves a mess. Just look at the ma
chine. It is the greatest out. If you do
not think so, don't buy it. But see the
machine first.
The Globe acknowledges an invita
tion to be present at the final celebration
of the forty-second anniversary of the
Franklin Literary Society of Horner
Military school, Oxford. Prof. W. S.
Currell will deliver the annual address
and the occasion promises to be of un
usual 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., who have the buggies
for sale, or call on or address L. W. Wise
or T. B. Farthing.
The memorandum book lost on Mor
ris or Chapel Hill street, and advertised
in The Globe, belongs to Mr. Bob Gattis
and he is thereby caused much inconve
nience. He will pay reward to the
party returning it, and as it is of no pos
sible value to any one else, it will be
money in the pocket of the linder to re
turn it at once.
Mr. McKissick, traveling agent for
the new-fangled coffee pot and urn, has
met with great success in Durham. He
has sold already seventy, and has not
completed his canvas. Mr. McKissick
will remain in Dunham but a few days
longer and all should avail themselves of
the opportunity offered by him. See his
advertisement in this issue.
Ventilation,
not the politicians' sort, but the fresh air
you need. Health and comfort often
suffer 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 Kegulatar for that torpid liver, to
keep it active against the ill effects of a
close atmosphere which causes that lan
guid feeling.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
And It Is the List Chance You Have for
a Bargain.
I have received this day a large stock
of the celebrated Jack Frost Ice Cream
Freezers, and propose to close it out at
once.
Those who have ordered machines
will please call at once and get them.
Those who want to buy the best ice cream
freezer on earth, will call and avail
themselves of the opportunity and prices
I now offer. I am the exclusive agent
for this celebrated machine in Durham
county. I can deliver you a machine in
five minutes time, and I will guarantee
it to do all I claim for it.
C. D. WniTAKER.
Men's Negligee Shirts
At 45 cents. 65 cents, 8o cents, $1.15 and
$1 25 See our sales Saturday and Mon
day at Durham Supply Co.
Cases of 40 years standing where opera
tions have tailed, have been cured by
Japanese Pile Cure. Guaranteed by W.
M. Yearbv.
DURHAM, N. C, TUESDAY
BEEN
HE IS IjSt IT SOW !
Duck Williams Goes to Jail lur
Stealing To-day.
The Evidence Was That He Took a
Watch Smoothly.
HIS WITNESSES DID NOT HELP HIM
A Di ink of Whiskey Takes All of This
ISusiness and Causes Much
Hardship.
Tom Evans made a complaint against
Duck Williams for stealing a watch.
Fletcher Faulkner, Eugene Thompson,
and others were witnesses.
Eugene Thompson said that Williams
gave up the watch for two drinks at his
bar. Williams wanted other witnesses
and sent for John Evans. John could
give no information and the court held
that Williams would be held in a sum of
$50.00. No one was found for his bond
and he was locked up this afternoon.
The watch was a sorry one, and the
legal case also was sorry.
Duck Williams seems to be getting the
web around him
We know nothing about what he will
prove. He could not give bond, and he
will stay in jail some time.
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.
DO NOT
Waste Muscle !
BUT A
JACK FROST
ICK CREAMER
iTANO SAVE WORK!"V
It does the business in a shorter time than
any other device on earth. No metal to poison.
So water to run on" or runout. No salt to get
in the milk. The best and cheapest on earth
C. I. WHITAKER, Agent.
SUBSTANTIAL NECESSITIES
'OR 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 I2i cents.
Ladies' and Children's Mitts and Gloves
in black and all colors.
Our thin perforated Summer 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
I 1 24 Main Street.
fttitti
EVENING, JUNE
E. D. FISHER,
iJ.W.JlK & ft.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
Ladies' Lisle Extra Long Black Hose
4" cents a pair ; reduced from 00 cents.
Ladies' Silk Plaited Extra Long Black
Hose, To 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
2o 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, 23 cents; reduced from 40
cents.
LACES.
We will offer to-morrowexceptional
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 off regular prices.
Chan till' Lace Flouncing, $1.50; re
duced irom $3.00.
Parasols and Ssn Umbrellas !
The opportunity to save money and at
the same time obtain a handsome and
fashionable sun shade is presented here
to-day.
$3.00 Parasols reduced from $4.50.
".00 Parasols reduced from $7.00.
25 inch Gloria Umbrella, loop and
crooked natural stick handles at $1.00.
26-inch Twilled Silk, $2 30, reduced
from $4.00.
. W. Jones & Co.
POWELL & CO.
ire in the Lead!
GET THEIR PRICES OX
GROCERIES
QUEEN'S WARE,
CROCKERY, GLASS WARE,
BED ROOM SETS.
HEAUTHTJL LINE OF
TIN WATER SETS!
'We sell cheaper than any. other ;irm. as we
sell for cash and have no bad debts to make
you pay. Give us a ea 1. A l goods delivered.
Ycurs to please,
pows:
sz CO.,
MAIN STREET.
School ofRne Arts
MRS. E. L. BRYAN, Principal.
Opens Monday, June 12.
IN DURHAM Ml SIC HALL,
OVER FOSn.EYS STORE.
Th superior advantages offered bj this
school wdl recommend it to all loersofart
who desire the highest and lest.
The pdDlic i invited to visit the studios.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE
By virtue of the mortgage de d dated the
I2h t- of NoremU-r. ls?t. which is duly resr
totaled iu book No. 13 mortgages, pages 35i
to 3rii, in t te office "l the register ot aeeas ior
Durham t-juntv, tr. which reference is made
for further and full iart:culars, and pursuaLt
to the power of sale therein, the undersigned
will,
O Saturday, July . I ;:,at ISOcloeh M.
at th court house door in Durham. N. C, sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder, the
i .T-.T. in. -hided in said mort
gage, to-wit : The Brick Prize House Lot and
I coran and Parrish streets, in Durham. N. C .
now occupied by Paul Norwood, and used by
inmrn (.n.i-i't. itiiMtc fin i ue corner 01 -
i said am norwwa ior uis saiwu m mi.
Terms cash. J.S. CAKR,
I Durham. N. C. June T, '93. Mortgagee.
strife
13, 1893.
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TO
FISHER'S
AT
The New York Bee Hive
WILL MOVE TO LARGER HOUSE WITHIN 30 DATS.
IN ORDER TO REDUCE MERCHANDISE BEFORE MOVING,
WE OFFER THE ENTIRE STOCK AT OUR NET COST !
-o-
Takiug into consideration the fact that most of
OUR GOODS WERE BOUGHT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
You will readily eee that when you jrct goods at our cost
YOU BUY AT JUST ONE-HALF THE ORIGINAL WHOLESALE COST.
Come early, as we are going to
days.
Theraveiing baiesanan is in me city
call at your residence or place of business
Drop a card in the office to
A GLORIOD
O
THE EXCITEMENT STILL ON!
sr smd Better
Than the People Ever Knew!
Bflffl ' COMPANY
Leaders of
Having Eclipsed Their Own
Now
JUNE CLEARANCE SALE
SEASONABLE DRY 'GOODS!
Silks, Colored Wool Dress Goods, Black Goods, Printed
Fabiics, Wash Goods, White Goods, Laces and
Embroideries are all included in this
Grand Mark-Down, Stock-Reducing Sale.
Saturday and Monday,
June lO and 12,
We will offer some Extraordinary Bargains in our Cloth
ing and Cent' Furnishing Department. Airy and Cool
Summer Suits. Negliv Shirts, Full 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.
$FSee locals for reduced prices.
Durham Supply Co.
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TITK GLORK IS
NEVER A TOMBSTONE.
IT 19 AI.ONK roK I.1VK MKN.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Ph. G.
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sell the entire slock in less than thirty
J. 13. COLLINS.
Something New
A NICE PRESENT.
Would you make your wifr, mother
or -iti-r liappv f Then present them
with :t Self ponrtog Coffee or Tea
Pol The no1 complete arrange
men! known t.. modern science.
Pout! by pimply pressing the lid.
Saves 25 per cent of the tea and coffee
and give a better flavor.
a few days only and would be pleased to
and show its workings. It is very simple.
W. T. McKISSICK, Durham.
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Bargains
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Low Prices,
Record in Their May Sales,
Begin a
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