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V CUSSED and DISCUSSED. 9 ' TOK GLOUK IS NEVER A TOMBSTONE. IT IS AI.ONK FOK 1.1 VK MO, kviuknci: of ii:o.spkhi rv. VOL. IV. XO. 14(3. DURHAM, X. C, MON DAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. AT 7 O'CLOCK A. M. ON THE 19TH WE SHALL INAUGURATE THE su Iwl bra 1 LS Hi arnival of Scattering Plenty Over a Smiling Land!" EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE, EXCEPT E. a VV. COLLARS, GO AT 78 CEI o N I jrlHi DOI I AR I When wo say this, you know what it means. No changing of the original price. We think our reputation is sufficient guarantee. No imaginary bargains, hut Real Values that will make splendid investments. CLO I 1 ES, w NOBBY, OR MEN AND BOYS! in oik- word, Come, come quick, but bring your cash, for 'tis cash we want, as these investments are only for those who have the cash. ZLTO GOODS CHAHQED AT THESE FIEtlOIES' I Take our advice, scrape up your cash and come. Tis a winning pointer, and you'll think well of -A. H&SaaBHEXa Corner Ma .gtuoa, Streets, COMPAMY 3 nrham, H. C. T V T IT S T T 0 A P I I member lliat tlKT are lawless, impudent Aj 1 1 1 kJ U and very dangerous characters in any community. Durham Is to Have a Soap Factory! The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Sure Enough. j Jackson Scoggins, living near East Dur ham, died j'esterday. Mar hi n cry Shipped and Deins Shipped! Sunday was a quiet day in this town. Just Now. ! wr'3 t0 ot to move about, and ac- coidingly but few moved about. LOCATION NEAR STEAM LAUNDRY j Fisher says that those who buy drugs i of him and pay the cash for them, he People Who Come ami ; Urief Urevi-1 w ill show them how his money machine ' works. That's a chance. ti-:s of Interest to All Headers of The Globe. Winston, uhere the factory has been sue- ( cessfully operated, and will be iu opera t When you're knocked out and fell Durham Is to have a soap factory. The 1 tjrpt, PO and have Fisher make you a machinery is being packed and part of it j cold drink. Plenty of stuff there to has been shipped. It is coming from j niake vu fel like a new man or a new weman. -C1 J. W. Dowd informs us that he i snent Suudav at his former home in the lion in this city iu a week or ten days, j vjcinity of McCown'a mills, and that The soap factory will occupy the build- cr0nS au along the way look what we iug just back of the steam laundry, and j would term "bully." will be under the management of that in- j The festive kids have commenced to stitution. ! steal watermelons, and the festive officers i l... l . - i. s i n1 1 . The men" who are pushing this enter- "'ua-u iu arrci uie mus. iuui MORRIS STREET NOW ! That Street Is to Be Diked Out in Good Shape. inn r wrm wtm i H P if H f 3 iJ.VV.JU The Cess-Pools to He Filled and All Needed Repairs Made. WOMEN NEED CUSS US NO MORE iiuij MID-SUMMER THE PALLS OF NIAGARA ARE NOT IN ITV TTTiiL 1L ELElilS OUT SALE Will ill A Whole Gang of Prisoners Doing Their I Vers- Tevel Kc st to Tix Things Up ; in Regal Shape. j At last, and at last. ! Monis street, where there were cess-j pools of filth and orders unwritten for t undertakers from Colonel Death himself, j i has at last attracted the attention of the j street commissioner and some good work j is being done. It is work that is substantial, and the cess poo's are being filled. We hope the good women of Morris street who swore in llkAt. .n srf-kn. 1 ? 1 M t r- n v. - . 1 ..A iu iucu unu utai nine lujo nuius ay i TnE Globe for howling as it did, will now come in and forgive. The city prisoners and whatever of the street force i3 left are doing the work, and Morris will be made a passable strict, as it long ago should have been, and the ! sloughs will be filled close to it. of lift-aromanv-some great, othcrssmall. i 0re county yesterday, reports fine! This is tbe stuff. Durham is celling We claifv them as we feel their effect, ,au)S !iUUL ,u"suuru auu otHl suowers and just in the same way you recognize j in the tovvn- We are sli!1 encouraging Simmons Liver Kegulator when taken j tUe hoPe that the clouds will come this for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation I wa' tlfler awhile. and biliousness. There can l-e no mis-! A special from Danville, Va , announ take in taking the 'Kegulator for these j ces the sudden death in that city of disorders. It quickly relieves. Don't j Major W. T. Sutherlin. Major Suther make the mistake of ge'ting auy thing else , lin was well known throughout Virginia and North Carolina, lie was about TO vears of age and was a self made man in every respect. prise know what they are about, and hive a scheme by which they expect to do a very large busiuess. And there is no doubt but what they will. is the way of the world, and the court will read the last chapter. At the residence of the bride's parents in East Durham yesterday, Rev. L. L. Johnson officiating. Mr. Robert E. Thus does Durham grow; and thus do j Fitchell was married to Miss Lilly Flin they come. I torn. Only a few friends were present. The Mttaken j '' - M. Blackwood, who was in there when The Globe points out the places to it. Special Ofl'orinp:s in Every Depart ment. Every item in our house a distinct, positive and un approachable bargain. WASH DRESS FABRICS! Printed Cotton Chillies, 3 cents. beautiful Prints, 5 cents. Fine American Gingham, in plaids only, at 8 cents ; regular price, 12 cents. Fine Stripe and Plaid Zephyr Gingham, fast colors, 17 cents; regular price, 30 cents. Pineapple Tissues at 8 cents; regular price, 15 cents. WHITE GOODS! 27-inch Victoria Lawn at C cents yard. 30 inch Victoria Lawn at 5 cents yard ; regular price, 74 cents. Fine India Linens, C cents yard. 48-inch French Nainsook, 33 cents yard ; regular price, 40 cents. Check Muslin, 5 cents yard. Plaid and Stripe Nainsook, 11 cents : regular price, 10 cents. Plaid and striped India Linens, l." cents; worth 25 cents. for Malarii. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The home grown watermelon is plen tiful and has been for a week cr ten days. They beat the stale importation i and that's the kind we would not be with- j out Tlt- I.y's Keconl of Cuireut Events in the City and Vicinity. The police court was a tame one this morning. George Thompson was fined one dollar and costs for assaulting Zoa -Mr. bow IlArris will sail for Europe I Dollar-before that fair one was placed ! when he gets ready to sail for Europe, j in jaiI Xhe cost aud all came to three ' Mr. S. C. Anderson, who has been I thirty. Outside the watermelon case this quite sick the past week, is still confined as the extent of the police court. to his room. j The Charlotte News says : Mr. Watt -The Durham Water company have kpatrick s in the city this morning j removed their office to A. E.Llovd&Co's I and ve a reporter some dots on his j hai-div store. " 1 mode of farming. He runs about a six- j j teen-horse farm, but makes his own stuff. Mr. P. M. briggs left Saturday for ; ne milks fourlcen cows and sells 125 Wayne county to assist in a revival meet- j p0Unds of butter every week, for which ing near Goldsboro. ; he et5 twenty live cents per pound. He There is much sympathy being ex- i said he bad ten hogs and eight pigs that I pressed in some quarters for the fallen women now in jail, but the people who shed crocodile tears for them should re- he feeds entirely on butter milk, and j counts on making two of the animals weigh 500 pounds. THE WA Y TnETRE PUT UP, in sealed glass viols, is enough in itself to recommend Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. It keeps them al ways fresh and reliable. You cant be sure of the big, old-fashioned pills in wooden or pasteboard boxes. But these little Pellets are better J at everv point. Pr their toiuc or i strengthening effect on the li"ing j membranes of the Intestines, they j increase the natural action of tha bowels, and permanently cure Jean- ' dice, Biliousness, Pnzzine..", Sour ; Stomach, Indigestion, and conse- j quent stupor or drov, iiness. i There's no disturbance, no reac- J tion afterward, and their he'p lasts, j Oae tiny granule is a gentle laxa- j tive; three are cathartic. j They're the sxnaTeat in size, the j easiest to take, and tLe easiest in tha way they act. They're the cheapest, too, for they're guaran teed to give satisfaction, or your monev is returned. yothing else can be " just as pood." Tricky dealers always hava I things to urge npon j ou which are ; Utter for them to sell, but bad lor you to ouy. LICE CURTAINS! Notingham Lace Curtains, 3 yards long, $1 (0; regular price, 1 2 j. ' Notingham Lace Curtain?, Z yards long, $1 2o from $1 75; $2 2.5 from 'i 00. LINENS! 54 inch bit-ached Damask', Satin Fin ished Table Linen., 4 cents a yard. 02 inch Heavy Double Damask Table Linen, 074 cents; regular price, So cents. Fine German Huck Towels, 20 cents. Extra lleavv Damask Towels,20 cents 10 4 bitched Lir.;n Sheeting, 02? cents; regular price, 00. MEN'S FURNISHING- GOODS! Four t lv Lt.cu Collars, 10 cents piece Eulo: iL-un Collars, 13 cents. bos F' 'it j !v Linen Collars, b' cents Me'i's Fine White SLitts, fiO cents; re'Siar pi i. e, $1 .dcii'- N;gi;t .i4irt3, 7u cents; regular price, $1 GO Fast Hjing prices in rcr Men's Xeck wtar Department, emb-racin the latest style and colorings ia bwa, Windsor and Four ia-IIjul Tics, Teck and Puff Scarfs. Dunlao Straw Ilatj, cfmts. Dunbp Derby Ha:, 2 25. J. W. JONES & CO. ! Great Fa iin Prices ! AT THE DURHAM SUPPLY GO'S Mid-Summer Clearance Sale OF- Seasonable Dry Goods ! o- do iron; Douirr Til OUR REDUCTION SALE IS ITGENUINE? One glance at our counters, with oods marked in Plain Figures, will convince you that our prices are verv low. WE ARE GOIRTG TO Every Dollar's worth of Surplus Stock by July 1T, if Low Prices will do the work. SPECIAL SALE EVERY DAY. Durham Supply Co.