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THE GLOBE IS j CUSSED and DISCUSSED. ' BTIDBNCK OF PROSPERITY. I GLOnR IS NEVFR A TOMBSTONE. IT 18 ALONK KOK LIVE MEN. ; VOL. I V. NO. 118. DURHAM, X. C, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE BIG EXCURSION FROM TO NORFOLK AND RETURN Will Leave Duta n ils TIM lunl Visit to tie Atlantic Coast, m Itoilaj, July 13. Eitiniu, leaves Norfolk July IS, at 10 a. i, arrmny. ii Drtii at 5 p. i DURHAM to pnr.t.or'i nt PnrhmAnti, to connect at Portsmouth had at moderate cost, Kat( for Round Trip, $2.50. Train Leaves Durham at 8 p. m. For further BLUE LAWS AGAIN ! s.mi" More' Fancy Strokes by the City Ordinances. Rubbish ;uil Flirt on Sidewalks ! Not Count ut All. WHEEL3ARROW A FRIGHTFUL THtNG Unity ' i i and Hi jewelled Coarh men Have the Absolute 2ij;lit of Way Always. The Blue Laws cf Durham are laws which will do a town no good, because they are laws which .jump the poor man aad allow the rick man to escape. Tiny are inconsistent, and the oidi Dances are used, apparently, to make some suffer al the suggestion of ethers. To illustrate : Across from this office a: the junk Bhop owned by J. U I at tis there have been for ten days piles of junk and htdf the bhlcw&lk lias been covered with sawdust. No attention has been paid to tlii. obstruction and this violation of the law. The sawdust is -till there. Dr. Johnson, health ollicer, informs u, this afternoon that old cow bides decayed and hone? stinking and rotten have been left there under the rery nose of the police, and that he had ' 1 1 go and personally request a removal of ibis debris. But when a pcor boy wants to wheel i wheelbarrow up the miserable and wretched sidewalks, he is arrested and fined a dollar and costs, while Satnrday evening three negro nuises wheeled past this office three baby carriages abreast, causing people who had good manners, hikI they seemed to have, to get in the street to let them pass ! A man drives his dray fast ah, too fast, over four miles an hour, and he is ranked np, while rich men iu this town have driven at the highest rate of speed obtainable from their blooded horses. A man decent and not boisterous, rides I Mustang pony at a rate of speed which shocks all decency it's tuff and bepajfs 10.00 for his fun, when there is drunken ness and boisterous cursing in dozens of ' Iher places. There should be some equalization, Mid the rich should take their medicine i the poor, and there should be con Utency concerning the obstruction of It w alks. But will there be J LIVE LOCAL LINKS. r bay's Record of Current Event in the City Md Vicinity. In these days we find but little to rite about which is real news. Professor E. S. Sbeppe writes from ky Mount that the country is safe. -I'nderan order of the city council, will be no more rainbows on Sud- l"he Sabrosa cigar, live cents straight , I Fisher's. Try one if you want ldhghtful smoke. . The excursicn to get into this year istue one to Norfolk, July 13. It will be a round hummer. "Mr. II. s. Pickett, mailing clerk at Durham postoilice, continues quite !'ck in Chatham county. ,: VV. H. O shorn, of Greensboro, ' the city to-day. The colonel says at Greensboro is all right. understand that a Durham dead J hag been in Washington trying to u'e Buck Blackwell's chances. It 1 lane a dead beat and all around Se lo do such a thing. i said that the time is coming Z- 7 with our train, which will leave at while we furnish FREE nnro r-nhl . r " w v most Fastidious ladies traveling on this tram, when women will wear seal skin sacks 'we spell it right) in August. This may be true if the Behring Sea difficulty is settled and we can get the seals. The mule on the street car line has not been curried yet. He has been fed, and if be doesn't kick the stulrin out of some one, we may expect to see him in motion and hear him bray in a very short time. Col. Will Willard has just bought a new pony which he claims was in the Revolutionary war and subsequently did valuable service for his country. Colo nel Willard says that his pony can draw anything except a pension. This is tuff- The electric lights in the First Bap tist church were used for the first time last night and are a notable improvement over the old system of illumination. If the congregation suffer for more light hereafter it will not be the fault of the committee. (Juite a number of delegates passed through to day en route to the Episcopal convention which meets in Raleigh to morrow. Among them we noticed Rev. Dr. Cheshire, of Charlotte, and Revs. Stickney, of Greensboro, and McKenzie, of Ilillsboro. The Jack Frost Ice Cream Freezer docs 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 Asheville excursion which leaves here for Asheville in the morning, should have plenty of passengers. Those who think of going must be on hand in the morning, as that is the last call and they must be there early. Remember the round trip is but $o 50 plenty cheap enough. 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 llowerton & Bro., who have the buggies for sale, or call on or address L. W. Wise or T. B. Farthing. Postmaster Albright has received a communication from Postmaster-General Bibsell, stating that there will be established in the government buildings on the World's fair grounds a branch of the Chicago postoffice, w hich 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 postoilice. Mail matter intended for de livery at this office should be addressed: "World's Fair Station, Chicago, 111." APROINTMENTS l or Durham Distriet in Part Ir. E. A. Yates, Presiding Elder. Durham circuit, Pleasant Green, morn ing, July 1 2 Main Street, night, July 2. Roxboro circuit, Roxboro, (D. C.) July 5-9. Leasburg circuit, Hebron, July 15 10. The Reason Why every body likes to wear Doughty's shoes, is because you are sure of getting a tit. No matter how fastidious, or how many iuraps or bumps, or pertuberances on the foot. We have living witnesses in this city to the above facts. M. E. CONFERENCE. List f Delesates Who Ilave Keen Chosen to Attend the Meeting. Distiict conference of the Methodist M. E. church for Durham district will meet iu Roxboro Wednesday, July 5. The delegates, from Trinity church are Rev. R. C. Beaman, James Gattis, James Southgate, R. C. Burton, P. M. Briggs, a id from Main Street church, Rev. F. A. Bishop, H. N. Saow, N. C. Lee, V. Bal lard, J. W. Swift, and from Carrr church, Rev. L. L Johnson, W. H. Branson, J. B. Walker, O K. Proctor, John Holder. anoTd TcTtTzen dies. )ir. John Heck, of Wake County, Tasses Juietly Away. Mr. John P. Peck, an old citizen of Wake corny died at his home near Day ton yesterday. Deceased was 80 years old and was well-known in Durham where he often came in the old days. He was much respected in the community where he had long made his home. V" i,ouvuai VdiHiai) au'a uc 10 a. ra. We shall spare no trouble water m auunoauce. ronre ami Aiieuuvo w alters ana rerieci uruer win t ' 1 .1 T 1 - T a . n uvvi in uuuii'iuuv.t. 1 Ulllt UUil AllLUltlv; M UllliO (lUU 1 CI ICV t Wl that J6ALL ACCOMMODATIONS WILL BE FIRST-CLASS. THE UNFORTUNATE ! Drunk and Down and Other Things Very Ugly. Two of Them tio on the Road to Work It Out. POLICE COURT BIG THIS MORNING People Who Come and Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Readers of The Glohe. At police court this morning the fol lowing cases were disposed of : Clifton Farnsworth, fast riding, flued $o.00. Leonard Stokes, colored, wheeling a wheelbarrow on sidewalk, fined $1.00. A. Webb, drunk, fined $5.00. Bob Sears, colored, indecent exposure, fined $o.00. James Booth, drunk and lots of things, fined $10.00, and at work on streets. Calvin Glenn, who is white, got down and was fined. Pete Walker, colored, got boisterous, fined $5 00. hum Shafner drove his dray over four miles an hour and was fined $1 00. This was the story told this morning at police court. Green Goods. Don't be tempted to invest in them. You jv ill get into trouble every time and in the end poverty and disgrace. The gen uine L'ncle Sam's green goods are the only ones of value. They make you rich ; especially when used to purchase Sim mons Liver Regulator to cure your Indi gestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation or Bil iousness, or drive away Malaria. Don't be tempted to take anything else in place of the Regulator. The Sabrosa cigar, five cents straight, at E. D. Fisher's. Try one if you want a delightful smoke. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbank scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wm. Lipscomb, Durham. Rheumatism, neuralgia, headache and pains of every kind instantly relieved by Johnson's Magnetic Oil. Sold by W. M. Yearby. When Baby was sick, we ga- e her CSastorfa. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became JILss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria For parties going north the Seaboard Air Line is now offering one of the most desirable schedules as to time of departure and quick dispatch that Durham, has en joyed for some time. Train leaves Dur ham daily at 5:55 a. m., arriving at Peters burg 11:03 a. m., Norfolk 11:45 a. m., Richmond 11:45 a. m , Washington City 4:07 p. m., Baltimore .V2? p. m , Philadel phia 7:49 p. m., Xew York 10:35 p. m. Returning leave Xew York 4 a. m., Phi ladelphia 7:20 a. m , Baltimore 9:42 a. m., Washington 10:57 a. m , Richmond ?.2) p. m , Petersburg 4:08 p. m., Norfolk 3 p. m., arriving at Durham p. m. For further information apply to R. 1 Cheat ham, ageut, Durham, N. C. THERE'S A SHOCK to your system, with t.'ie usual pill. And there's weakness af terward, and causal by it. How can "ou exp,ict any kiting benefit from such thiuu The nearest Nature's owa wav is with Dr. Pierc - i feas ant Pellets. In evf ry derail ment of the liver, :inach and bowels Sick nr.. 1 Bilious Head aches, Constipation, Indiges tion, Bilious Attacks they promptly relieve and perma nently cure, 'o disturbance. no griping, no reaction afterward. They regulate the system perfectly or p tiny, sugar-coated Pellet is a pentie laxative or corrective three for a cathartic. They're the smallest, the easi'.'st to talce and the cheapest piU you can buy, for they're Guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money is returned. You pay only for the good you get. Buy of reliable dealers. With tricky ones, something else that pays them better win Erobably be offered as "just as gixxi." Per aps it is, for them ; but it cant ie, for you. Too well known to need lengthy advertise loanta Dr. Sages Catarrh Remedj 50 cents. mksuwwcs auiuii ute wuuuers ui an or expense that will make this trio . ... Tl-r . . A . . .... information, addre ess FLOUR ! Flour i?, or ouht to be, made of Wheat. And this brings us to remember that the D.F.A.M.CD.FANCY PATENT HAS BEEN LATELY Reduced from 0.00 to $5.50 per Barrel. This is considered as good Hour as can be made from wheat; and together with cheaper flours and a Well Selected Stock -OF- Family Groceries Corn, Bran, Hay, Shipstuff, Etc , can be found at the Alliance Store, which has a nice new deliv ery, a polite driver and attentive clerks. Come to sec us. We will try to please you. K. "W- BAILE7, MANAGER. 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 at S3. 50 and $4.50, but we are. Can not do it forever. Therefore you had better heed now. Men's Oxford Tics 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. Boys' Shoes! Boys' Fine Calf Welt Shoes at $2.25, former price S3. 00. Bovs' Russet Shoes 81.00, hornier price 81.65. Misses' Shoes! Misses' Tan Goat Oxfords $1.10 and $1.25, formerly $1.25 and 81.50. Misses' Red Goat Shoes 81.00, former! $1.50. J. W. Jones & Co. POWELL & CO. Are in the Lead ! GET THEIR PBICS8 ON GROCERIES WARE, CR0CXERY, GLASS WARE, BED-ROOM SETS. BEAUTIFUL LINE V TIN WATER SETS ! We sell cheaper thaa any other firm, as we sell lor cash uuu Lave no Wad debts to make you pay. i .ve us a ca L A.l jreods delivered. Yours to please, POWELL SZ CO., MAIN STRKET. U Virginia Beach, Fortress Monroe. will be in time lor connection with centuries anu return on me morning 01 me l Ui. in ample tinu pleasant to all. Lunches. lead Dishes Fruit. Et , h be our special care, so we reel able .. Special ears will be provided for their THE FALLS -3"ARE NOT IN IT-5 Wl Great Fi 1 J AT DURHAM SUPPLY CO'S Mid-Summer Clearance Sale -OF Seasonable Dry Goods ! ! VOX! THAT OUR REDUCTION SALE ITGENUINE One glance at our counters, with goods marked in Plain Figures, will convince yon that our prices are very 1w. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE Every Dollar's worth of Surplus Stock ly July 15, if Low Prices will lo the work. SPECIAL SALE EVERY DAY. $ Durham Supply Co. THE CHEEK FURNITURE CO. WILL SELL FOR NEXT 30 DAYS PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 73-AT NET COST This moan- from 25 to o:'. j"-r coot lower thin you can :H tho .j:itn' goodd elsewhere. BIG CUT IX The Best on Eai t Ii A Few i the Many Advantages the "JACK FROST" Has Over the Ohl .Stylo Freezer! EfONOMV OF ICK ! ECONOM1 OK SAL! I BCOXOMY. OF 1IIK: EtO.NOMV Ol LABOB! It make th- lft. quickest anl th-apt dessert. You can tr- - your -r-ani in tti warm kitch-n as qviekljr as in the paid wooi she-i or cellar. Simplicity of coatru tiou. there t-intr no tftti wheel- or wurimt to bre.m or sjet out of onler, anl no iron hops to n t loose. Positive freedom from dSOSjer of DM talic poisoning, there i-inf no metal baarfnas. The only bearing are on the m1- "l tn wooden Ixj.t. The machine is an ornament in the dining room, and you can make anl ier e Ice-cream or !h-rlt a julck!y as you can a cup of tea. It if impossible for the -alt waf-r or ice to leak or come in contact with the cream, as the opening of the cylinder i out side of the box. and th machine is not nrassj or sloppy. It is a scientinc machine, made on a scietititir principle, utilising every particle of cold produced by the chemical action of th salt on the ice. All thetold iuisinK out t the cylinder must neei lariJjr pass tiirouKh tin material accumulated on theeUnder; where as, in the old style freezer, a law pr cent of the cold radiates away from the cylinder and is lot. C. D. WHITAKFR, grnt. Newport News, Hampton, Soldiers' teamen for WASHINGTON to guarantee to the comfort. OF NIAGARA THE DOUBT IS FOR CASH! OTHER GOODS! The Blue Ridge Inn, MT. AIRY, N. C, Ifc uppliel with the famow White Sulphur Water ! for tub quests. six:y roMin buildiac, neatly laiahadawd well ventilated. Fo!i It TK.S APPLY To S. W. WESTBROOK, PKOPK1ETOK.