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a j CUSSED and DISCUSSED. fj NEVER A TOMBSTONE. UVIDKNCK OF FKOSFKItlTY I IT IS ALONK FOR LI VI. MKN. : 5) VOL. I V. NO. 113. DURHAM, X. C, WEDXESDxYY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. - AND BOUGHT SOME OF HIS FINE EXTRACTS WHICH HE IS SELLING JTTWENTY PER CENT BELOW REGULAR SELLING wham HA YE YOU BEEN DOWN TO FISHER'S PRICES ?MS nd 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. about my Extracts and Cigars. Come and try them yourself and be convinced. That is what people arc saying E. ID. FISHER, Ph- Gk STASDFOED IS DEAD I Senator Standfurd, the Millionaire, Dies. hisses Peacefully An ay nia Home. His (alifor- LIVE LOCAL LINKS. )ST NOTABLE MAN DROPS OUT Who Come a.n! ; Brief IJrevi- He.H 'f Interesl All Readers of he Globe. r.o Tauk, al , June 21. -Special. -Senator Deland Stanford died at mid D ti i his rc id nc Palo Alto. Lcland Stanfoid, senator born in Albany county,New York, March 9, 1824. His tora s ttled in Ihe valley of t he Mohawk, X w Vork, about 1720. lie was hroiij lit up "ii it farm, and when 20 years j ,;i ihe study of law. lie was ad mitted to the bur in 1849, and the same fin ' 1 practice at Port Wash ington, Wisconsin. In 1850, having lost bis law library and other property by lire, be removed to California and beyan mining f r gold at Michigan Bl :. I'lacer county, subsequently becoming associated in business with his tbree brotln rs, who had preceded him to the Pacific coast., fn 1856 he removed to San Francisco and engaged in mercantile i its on n large scale, laying the foun dation of a fortune that has recently been estimated al more than ."50,000,000. In 18!i) Mr. Standford made his entrance into public life as a delegate to the Chi cago convention that nominated Abra ham Lincoln to the presidency. lie was an earnest advocate of a Pacific railroad, and was elected president of the Central Pacific company when it was organized in 1S'M. The same year he was elected governor of California, and served from December, 1 SGI, till December, 1803. As president of the Pacific roa he superin tended its construction over the mountain- building 530 miles in 293 days, and "ii 10th of May, 1869, drove the last spike at Promontory Point, Utah. lie also be came interested in other roads on the Pacific slope, and in the development of the agriculture and manufactures of Cali i t In 1885 he was elected to the U v nate for the full term of six years from March 4,1886. In memory of his only son, Mr. Standford has given the state of California $20,000,000 to be used in founding at Palo Alto a university whose curriculum shall not only include the usual collegiate studies, but compn'se ruction in telegraphy, type-setting type writing, journalism, book keeping farmincr. civil cuirineerinir and other practical branches of education. The comer stone was laid on May 14, lsvi. Included in the trust fund for the tnaintainance of the university is Mr. landlord's estate at Vina, Te im i county, Cal , w hich is said to be the largest vineyard in the world. It com; rises 30,000 acres, 3,500 of which are planted in bearing vines. It is divided inti mi acre tracts, and most of the labor to 1 i formed by Chinamen. 1 The Spleen ' the ill humor you feel like venting "pon some offender, but the spleen near Ihe stomach, which supplies the proper : mt of blood to t he stomach doling stion. But both are affected by a torpid liver. A torpid liver excites the spleen (ill-humor) and destroys the bod .v organ ; but an active liver, promoted hy Simmons Liver Regulator, destroys Nk ill-humor) and excites the right notion the digestive powers then no mere Dyspepsia, Constipation or Biliousness. HE WILL MAKE IT. The Day's Record of Current Events In the City and Vicinity. Wait for the Noah's flood. When it comes to excursions, well, Durham can send 'em out. But one case in police court this morning. This shows that the town is still all right. Peaches are not selling these days. The peach crop, as we have before re marked, is safe. The picnicers could not have asked or a finer day to buy fans and drink 'ice-cold lemonade." What's the matter with Durham in viting the Sunday schools of other towns o picnic in Trinity Park ? The blackberry crop is short this year, but as everything else is long, it is understood that we can stand it. ENGINES COLLIDE! iTwo Engines on the R. & D. Collide This Evening. Very Luckily No One Is Hart, but It Seems a Miracle. THE ENGINES ARE BADLY DONE FOR Bo Uarrifl A!, out to Make Another Dy ing Confession To-M orrow. : i Bow Harris was not arrested iV for selling a box of axle grease to gentleman who wanted to trim his Jokers that he could go to church on : ly, the same being a case of neces Mtyi he u-ils us that he is thinking of hv'.uj another dying statement. This " 8od, fur when he gets his dye house Vork all these statements made before fled will help him out. Dividend Notice. Carr Church Sunday school will hold its annual picnic next month, Clarksville, Virginia, being the place selected. -As to the matter, manner and method of killing cats which steal chickens, Co lonel Barbee, of East Durham, can do the business. With the countless excursions and the rival attractions of mountains and seaside, there are few people left in the cities these days few who can get away The Cheek Furniture company an nounces some bargains to-day. The Cheek Furniture company buys goods cheap, and when it sells at cost, you can bet on it that there are some bargains to be had. The Jack Frost Ice Cream Freezer does its work quicker than any other machine. It saves ice. It saves time. It saves a mess. Jusi 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 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 impression entertained by peo ple generally that the frescoing in the Hotel Carrolina is the work of foreign artists is a mistake which, in justice to North Carolina talent, should be cor rected. The designing and furnishing throughout the building is the expres sion cf North Carolina genius, the entire work of painting and decorating having been done by home artists with one single exception. The work speaks for itself and says much for the real progress of the Tar Heel state. 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 postofrice, 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 postoffice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed: "World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111." The Raleigh Visitor says : The board of directors of the insane asylum have passed resolutions which will much re strict the admissions to the institution hereafter. It is decided that only acute cases with prospect of cure, and the vio lent ones confined in jails will be ad mitted, on proper application to the ex ecutive committee and superintendent. All other applications must be referred by the superintendent to the board of directors or the executive committee with such information as may be of service to the committee in deciding as to their ad mission in the interests of the institution, the merits of the case and the protection of society. It is also determined that no patient be brought to the asylum without previous notice and consultation with the executive committee or superintendent. Vnd This Affair Proves That Two En gines Cannot Pass on the Same Track at All. About 3:30 this afternoon, just about at the yard limits opposite Ed Lyon's residence, there was a collision of two locomotives the shifting engine and the gravel train. The gravel train had about twenty cars loaded, while the shifting engine was drawing but two or three box cars. The fellows in the engines, save one man, saw what was coming and jumped out and ran away. The man who stayed will doubtless have his salary raised. The engines are total wrecks from the looks of things. They were pounded fearfully, and the track was torn up with them.1 No delay will be caused in the incom ing trains, but what might have been a fearful accident results only in the smash ing of two locomotives and the displace ment of some track FLOUR ! Flour is, or ought to be, made of Wheat. And this brings us to remember that the D.F.A.M.CO.FANCY PATENT II AS HE EN LATKLY Reduced from 6.00 to $5.50 per Barrel. j This is considered as good tlour as can be made from wheat; and together with cheaper Hours and a fell Selected Stock -or Family Groceries! Corn, Bran, Hay, ShipstufF, Etc., can be found at the Afliane Store, which has a nice new deliv ery, a polite driver and attentive clerks. Come to see us. Ve will try to please you. MANAGER. J.W.J Another Account. Material train ran into shifting engine just outside city limits. Shifting engine was pushed about seventy-five yards down the track, where the rails and ties were torn up and both engines on ground. Tender of material was knocked on top of flat car. Both engines badly broken T- t . 411 t- up. JNo person nun. .an except uuc who were on engines jumped from train except Engineer Glenn. Smith. 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 weakeniug them, to dispel head aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. SHOT HIS WIFE DURHAM SUPPLY COMPANY LEADERS OF LOW PRICES INVITE YOU TO THEIR Semi-Annual Clearance Sale -0- Men's Shoes! There is no contradiction in the fact, but it would be tedious to ex plain how we are selling standard $5.00 and $6.00 Shoes for Men a S3. 50 and $4.50, but we are. Can not do it forever. Ihereiorc you had better heed now. Men's Oxford Ties go from 83.00 to $2.00, and from $4.00 to $3.00. Tennis Shoes! Men's Tennis Oxfords, ventilating Russet and Black, at 80 cents pair, worth $1.00. Women's Tennis Oxfords, Venti lating Black Russet and White, 75 cents, worth $1.00. They are now clearing out their stock of Summer Goods preparatory to STOCK TAKING. Every Department throughout our Large Dry Goods Es tablishment has been drawn upon for Bargains and your opportunities were never so great to buy desirable Spring and Summer Dry Goods at Cheap Prices. Summer Clothing! Underwear ! Neckwear ! ! Boys' Shoes! at And Then Gav- Himself a Doee of Buck shot for the Fun of It. Leaven worth. Kan , June 18. A. S. Arnold, book-keeper for Denton Bros , commission merchants, shot his wife to day and then killed himself. lie sus pected that his wife was untrue to him and wanted her to agree to a divorce, which she refused to do. Mrs. A mold is still alive, but will probably die. She was Miss Amelia Wise, of Louisville, and niece of Governor Wise, of Virginia. Roys' Fine Calf Welt Shoe $2.25, former price 83.00. Toys' R inset Shoes $1.00. former price $ THE SALE ALL RIGHT. The Sale of Johnson's Drug Store Is Now an Assured Fact. As announced yesterday in ThL Globe the Johnson Drug company has sold to Messrs. Farthing & Heartt. The papers have been signed, and an invoice is now well under way. That aerain was news when it was news. Misses' Shoes! Misses' Tan Goat Oxfords $1.10 and $1.25, formerly $1.25 and $1.50. Misses' Red Goat Shoes $1.00, formerly $1.50. J. W- Jones & Co. POWELL & CO. Are in the Lead ! Remember, that Every Department offers you Bargains for this Grand Stock-Reducing Sale. Special Butter-Milk Complexion Soap nt 10 cents a cake. Durham Supply Co. "the cheek furniture co. WILL SELL FOR NEXT 30 DAYS PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS -?5-AT NET COST FOR CASH!' This means from '-'" to 33J per cent lower than you run get the sariu goods elsewhere. a meeting of the board of directors l Fidelity Hank, held June 1C, 1893, , '.-unnuul dividend of 5 per cent was ared, payable on and after July 1. or(ler of the board of directors. John F. Wily, Cashier 'One IT ITeineman. Milwaukee, writes: box Japanese Pile Cure has cured me oi a case of twenty-eight years standing, after being treated by New York's best physicians." Sold by W. M. Yearby. NOTHING FITS your case, if you ro an over- . . . ; . run-down " v.o worked or man. Favorite frescnution. in regulate, and GET THEIR PlilCES ON GROCERIES ottrtjust's wake. like Doctor Pierces , Prescription. In , -17 nrnoa "Tir AT?!? any condition of the female j U-UUUiiriiV 2 , VJJ-iflLOU auu, svritcni. that will luud up, BED -K 00 IS. SETS. strengthen, cure. Every mother needs it. It lessens the pains and burdens of child - bearmg, insures healthy, vigorous offspring, and promotes an abundant secretion of nourishment on the part of the mother. It is an invigorating tonic made especially for woman, and the onlv miaranteed remedy for her weaknesses and ailments. For periodical pains, bearing -down sensations, XTcrirflmpnt5. and all "female complaints" and disorders, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. Can you ask more ? All the way through, and at every rtage, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy cures Catarrh. So sure of this fact are the proprietors of the ; medicine that they offer $500 reward for any 1 incurable case of Catarrh. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF TIN WATER SETS1 We sell cheaper than aay other hrm, as we sell for cash and have no bad debts to make you pay. Give us a cu 1. A 1 goods delivered. Yours to 1 iease, PCWSL.L SC CO., MAIN STREET. HG CUT IX OTHER GOODS! Something New The traveiiug salesman is in the ci!y call at your residence or place Of business and lh w i 1 woi kings Drop a card in t!.e office to W. T. McKJ I J. W. PAYNE, Southern Manager, Danville, Va. A NiC?: PR L SENT. Would ynu make your arife.iotfcot .i ajftit r faappv ? I baa preaoal them wiih ! Sc-f pom iiig Cortee or Tea I'-.t Tfee' iaoai coeoplete arrange rr . r : known ii modern science, p t! 'i by ::n siy preaafatf t;e lid. S iu- KpM Deal of Um wh au-t coffee arid givea a belter tlavor. v days oalf aid would le pleased to mm mm It is very impie. SICK, Durham. j. .f. THAXTOW, With fifty vears' experience : Gcr: ni Practitioner, tenders Mi Ui MM fltti zens of Durham. Hi- pectadtC8j Hueooi Membranes, Glands and Nerve -.' mules in particular), Enditfeation, Itrooehttta, x rotuia. Constipation and Headache, Beeoadanr ana Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern doc's. Oflice over Jones' Jewelry St ore. Oflice hours, 9 o'clock a. in. to I-' m., and from 2 p. in to 4 p. m. 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