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JLtLE DUliHAM J3AIJY GLOBE, SATURDAY , AUGUST 12.
-J- if. t . 1 " She Durham Daily 6Iobc. liy AL FA I It HICOTII EH. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at $1.50 a 3-ear in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 7C. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. A GOOD TIME. Colonel Ecgese G. Harrell's Woild's fair party arrived safe and soundjn the union depot last night in their handsome special vestibule train at 11.30 o'clock. There was a delay at Cincinnati which caused the late ar RZtLL has this time carried the joke rather too far. The whole state is up in arms over this latest outrage on the North Car olina teachers, for -whom he claims to have done so mncb, and even the most Rawls New York Cash Store rival of the train here, tut fast time was made credulous have at last awakened to the j after the train reached this state, the run be- fart that he is simnir working the rrnwrl 1 ingmade from Danville here in four and a half and feathering his own nest hours. Everybody reported a most delightful ALWAYS INDEPENDENT trip throughout and it was the verdict that all enjoyed it immensely. News and Observer. Well, statements differ, and there is evidently a misunderstanding some where. The Durham crowd which got in last night tell a very different story from that printed in the News and Observer this morning, to the effect that the excursion Those who went on the excursion last week are justly indignant at such con duct, and will make it warm, for IIar rell if he ever has the cheek to attempt another such fraud as that which he has just practiced upon them. But he will never run another. THIS IS WHAT THE $$ DO T The Globe is entered at the postofBce, Dur ham, N. C. as mail matter as the second class. nuitiiAM, y. c. S AT L" II DA Y, AUGUST 12, 1693 Till: GLOISE FOK 181K5 But Rawls has a way of bringing them down. Dollars Fly these days, but they can be made to fly just right, If you will use prudence in selecting a place at which to trade. People? talk hard time, money scarce, and all that, but we do not inti nd to quit business on that account. On the eontraiy, we are working all the harder. iiMSSf SHOULD KING OFF EARLY. The festive kids who play cards for was a success and that all were pleased money, and who are becoming gamblers, with the trip. They but confirm the re- should have a care- T"ey will find that ports which have preceded them in regard J , . to II arhell's failure to do what he pro fes3 t0 day that gamblirjg ever made him posed, and say that the kicking in con- happy, and it has made but precious few sequence made it anything but pleasant rich. And if it has it has made them out- for the passengers casts as well, so it does not pav. We - - I hnnP tllf linua in Tlnrham whn Kaira cntA I he Globe, not wishing to do Mil. ' . . . ,f . t . , , , . . out in this line will see the folly of their ,,AHttfcLU au 1UJU" inierviewea a way and rIng oir at once number of persons this morning who Pr !n(l.i.l K l,a i T HREAKTDE CURRENCY CORNER jv.vyv u ,uv, awtrgcu Lutap laics to go on the excursion, and finds in every instance that there was dissatisfaction ami u.sappoinimeni au arouna. known as "Black Friday," was broken an color?, solid tan?, whites, reds, Drowns ana blacks, at 10 cents. Ladies' Silk Mitt? at 15 conl?. Latlie f,.. 1 ... . It il I. 1... il. . . r.K IT,1 lrntn of Irt rt-.r.. v O Tz-vi. O i.itifn YTl-i 4- T 1 TK T)..ii f j 1 , . -w , . ivncr auverusing ana positively agree- UY saie uy me governmeni or ifiuuu. uluuut vais au iv ku ui o iui wmo. hhuu icuii liuss uuuuiis o ccnis a uozen. icv lot Juad ic ing to take persons to Chicago and re 000 in g,d and hY lhe announcement Slippers at 50 cents. tnrnfnrior. wMnh that il st0od reaJy to sell $.10,000,000 " " , ""'vu uuuuui, naj iu 111- There never was a time in the history of man when there were so many bargains on the market. We are buying New Goods all the time. Compelled to do it to supply our trade. Our June sales were ahead of June, 1892, and we intend they shall run ahead this month also. NEW GOODS RECEIVED TO-DAY!C3 All colors Cheese Cloth at 5 cents. Solid colors in Sateen pinks, blues, reds, etc., at 10 cents. Iku k The New York Sun says: The fomous Lawn, elegant goods, at 10 cents. 2,500 yards Merrimack and American Shirting Calicoes at 5 cents. 2,000 gold corner, which culminated on Fri- yards of the best Bleaching ever o!d in this town at 8 cents. Extra Fine Sea Island Cottons, -10 inches widt day, September, 24, 18C0, popularlv at 10 cents, worth 12' cents. Mosquito Netting, all colors, 40 cents a nice of 8 vards. Ladies' Ribbed Hose mnrfi if nprpssarr 1 1 1 . 1 r mfinln ,1 J I -ta13, xuz auu coming, seven A corner in currency, not so exten- i i . . i uays ooaru in Cnicago, tickets to the ex- sive as the gold corner of 18G0, but much position grounds, street car fare, etc., the more mischievous, is now hampering excursionists found to their sorrow when lrade and seriously inconveniencing tr,n .i u i i j .i , every citizen. The banks refuse to pav . " their depositors either in coin or in .uipou upon, ana mat it tbey waited paper. Speculators are taking advan for Mu. IIahrell to foot the bills they tage of this fact to buy up currency at a would go hungry and find themselves premium and to exact a greater premium without shelter in a stranze citv for lt from those to whom they sell it A. 11C Give Us a Trial ! Trade with a 3Live Mouse ! SSFollow the Crowd and You Will Find Us ! ' New Raw York Cash S tore their own pockets for what they got out tion of all other papers in the county. the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. government can break this our- rency corner by the use of the means t? e of ralIroa(1 fare, which was one of that were employed to break the gold the least items, and what they had been corner in 1805). By section 3,CS9 of the induced to believe would be a cheao trin revised statutes a permanent annual ap proved a vP.rv finpnl i propriation is made "out of any moneys iu the treasury not otherwise appropria Pvnpnoivn in fnnf V. r. c . i I 1 1 , ..u)lUau uuuy 01 mem ted" of'one per cent, of the entire debt could afford or would have thought of of the United States to be set "apart as a tftking had they known how things sinking fund for the purchase or pav- Will 'fill t llll l,f l.n . .. I t f II. 1.1 ! .. .1 . 1 . i , v tin iiiiiip uy iuuii am would be. uiciii w iuc puuiii; ueui in sucn manner names and name them properly. In some instances it appears that Mr. f the. sccrc,fy f lhe treasury shall It guarantees to advertisers more Hauhell naid heel mh. f, , ..' t"Um.'i,'eeV' Tbc ''ff than .loablc the combined circula- h ' , . . " 7 m" , "?. ac wcte.m'l ev uivugv, uuc nccnucu stilling lor coiupneu wun - uunng me nscaJ year seven, as advertised and agreed upon. In ending June CO, 1S02, and not at all mc tasc ut uiueis uv ruiusuu 10 pa any- " - " - - " thing whatever, the har itPm nfiim Aue amoURt clue the sinking fund for fare. wMrh nni. 01 r w ? the latter year alone was $18,000,000, , , lul Iouuuirip and fQr the current year u ig ag rauch uckci oy regular train, being all that the more. dear deluded The VESKIIiVni'VIMwirrr vwv.- uu iuch uicuus. " " " " 1 ima UiUUlUUl I f .i i . . nvor 61 no onn nnn : 1,1 .i.ji. 1. Once in ye very oi.ien tvmo ft mpmi lu' w"use uene"i me great and generous . ww.vwiu guiu, wmcn uas never y.l tco an IvMytr. "I doan't thynke adver- Harrell arranged the trin. rmt fnr ti,Mr been aPProP"ated by act of congress. It "rt"-" 39 nai.l in nlv,0 , L J lndeed arbitrarily set apart by the ja'i me siu.w yov," said ye Eddytor. "I ' 1 t-uwmci.wou 01 secretary of the treasury, eight years ago, yov n innic" "AllL1,S muueements held out to as a fund for the redemption of thegreen- "AIlriKht?" repljvd ye Merchant, "and we thCm' baCkS' bUt U is n0t n0W needed for wl11 The experience of one party from this PurPose ? and one secretary did an- So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr : c, consistin of f teachers memher 0ther Can Undo- If SECRETARY CARLISLE W-W;' I,0(jr'E- JOHN Jones, 2.3 . , , , S,0t tour teachers, members would but aniloance h h . ed v , T f teaCberS aSSemb1 a11 haviu ent to accept offers of United States bond" S::"; intheimames early in the season, paid and pay for them in gold to olZnt so that Mister .lours. whu-ii was ye Merchant t's' in a3vance and met other requirements required for the sinking fund during the naj-meWvasovi n vniH. vitii DoWes. set forth in the circular, will sulliceto Past fiscal Tear, cr, say, $4S,000,000, the "I i ZZ :Xm UP tue absolute fraud of the whole Z l rivoy,.ua,Hnni..ioreache DoWo- busine md .w ih, pv, , a end, the strain upon the banks will be v.M.et.pietookeye.H.nHeeaehforhisDoe excursion sctieme relieved, and the government will save .eeavse there were so manye Does. and was conceived in iniquity and designed interest to the amount of $1 920 000 a Mister Jones skynned ye 4HI Doirjres and made I sololfr fnr tl,n r.t .... . . venr ' ' HM-tesandKlovesfromye m hydes and thvs . " I 1 " W",CU IUIDl De vd in u lor 31 K. HARRELL. lie hpin.Tihonr,!,, 7 Vi..UCa VuL lUJJ individual deriving any benefit, pecuniary or otherwise, as the following figures show : isn't in it L md TyP 1 TOE If is just I fii cause "faere is no lard in i"f)tAsLt fs so vVoncerfuly o uar witx iouseJcee?erj. IS UfE? Jj Plicate , Heilth- of ftc unpeasanl" ocor necessarily Conriecfec wiffi Iarc(,Q?t trje jHumc, "piTe is no real Subsfifute. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. Sold Upon Easy Terms! GONZALES & WITHERS Tt .1 HI GKj u M Mil! A I'OHTVNK and thereal'ter added to yt ly advei t iz.nr in 3-e Ividvtor's papyr. - Amei iean (Jroeer. BASEBALL YESTERDAY. Where Played Thk street car mule is cursing the law's To cash paid Harrell, delay. Tin: i;k will he no parachute leaps dur ing the hot weather, by any of our citi zens. - It is pleasant to hear the returned ex cursionists cuss out 'Gene Harrell, whom they claim buncoed them. I - , - i) ranrvau iare, 21.(5 Ky 4 days' txwrd in Chicago, ny transfer' baggage at Chicago, 25 Hy t ickets to fair grounds. 3 00 Ha la nee. aiul WIu Won by Hard I'lityin-. At Washington Washington 7, Brook lyn 8. At New York New Yoik V6, Phila delphia 10. At Cleveland Cleveland 2, St. Louis 4. At Baltimore Baltimore 7, Boston 11. At Pittsburg-Pittsburg 9, Louisville 3. WOOD'S PlIOSriIODINE The Great English Remedy. Promptly and Dermanenfc 17. cures au f ormsof Kervoua , w eakness, Emissions, Sperm- "'V Ampoiencu ana all effects of Abuse or Excesses. Been prescribed Over 85 years In thousands of cases: est Medicine known. Ask T.T . - . " ugBion iwr WOODS iTIOS- Jiefore and Jt far. phodine: If he ofTP. 7Z?L of this, leave hi, dtobASfflgSffigS letter, and we will send by return maul .Price AletlrL?,aiABea,ed envefope. 2 S1 Adfircss TIIB WOOD CIIEMICaTOo.. 131 v oodward aveaue, Detroit. Jttlch. fSold In Dnrh all responsible druffglstV. THE BEST ARE CHEAPEST! MILLER & DUKE MANUFACTURE AND SELL Only the Best ! IF YOU AKK GOING TO BUILD -AND Leaving a balance of fS.70 apiece for The Reason Whv A... s. 1 - 1 1-1 Pkksuknt Clkvklanp has Wnc tokhich M,, llAniltfT. ' , ra i2 -.?" V.". w.e.?r DoSt.v's shoes, i v . i r.M 1 u.fti at,Luuuicu v-auc juu are sure or trettinf a nt r- nt V a' Vm C"nffrcss W1" do tLe aud which would have been S 10 in their iNo matter,how fastidious, or howmanv eUling l;ut ;iet win e C.uovFii fUlioa fo.jum mtir lumns or bnmns nr rrt,.i.o.. i.uoeis, u mey bad irone alone at the the foot. We have living .... . 1 I I i . . . ----- a " iu ,ne wins are gambling. Well, regular rates, with no Hvn:!nn U1?i C"V 10 ti.e above facts. . IWU I ut .ime ai earus is not nv worse than a Hons, game at eoitun futures, h is not as bad . , au,llu" iitm was tbt of berths. Il.vn- i.rii.niN,; still goes on in Durham, and hell agreed, on the payment of 2 o0 ad hard times aI1 wbo senl n their names by a certain date. When th t! tllTIP em In n 1. 1 l,A T,,,. 1.. . I iuc 1 nt. ua i v come, but tin In i't oil i 11 f -i ' loua.eaii sleeping car those who had nai.l ibpir the failuies m business seem to be at the paui tbeir north and west. So far the south has monty to Harreli' discovered that no been smgulatly fortunate but it aiay be proVlslon wnever ha 1 been made for our turn next their accommn,li iu auumuu IO thli thot r . Ik tim- strin,,n. r . - -u.ar pnee oi uertns was tinues, we are confukntialK- infnrm,i .... OD,y so lLa- thty out again and the man in the moon that he will be com rausl slj,ft for themselves. pelled to shut down his cheese factoTy A gentleman from Oxford who was and water his dairy strck. This is tuff! one of the party got nothing at ail but As soon as the rumor of the shooting P"3 railroaJ fdre, aml is simply out of ail ray at L nivirsity Station reached pocKet lb srthe honor of Mk Hau Durham, about noon to day, The Globe kell's company, which he did not enjoy, INDIGESTION sent its special reporter to the scene, eight miles through the country, and is thus enabled to give its readers the whole story as it occurred. And thus in print ing the news shen news is news, The Globe continues to hum and is always a Winner. as that gentleman, after successfully working his game, very opportunely fell suddenly ill and could not be seen during the stay ia Chicago. It is true that the majority of people enjoy being humbugged, but Mb. Har- SKK THIS! SKE THIS! Mr. J. f. Henrlfr;nn u-i..-,r., i . , Chattanooga. MarsUen and b"irminKbara 1 rail road, savs ho dops nnt wr.n,. C."z": rau of liheumatism which Mr. Joe Per on'Kem fZfiVv nolcut: nd is the finest medicine VOICE FKiM .MEDICAL FICATEKMTT. Goldsboro, N. C, Ott. 31, 1h9. Mrs. Joe Person : MADAM-Atout April. 1;:, I treated am Privett for Serofnlai affecting the Stands S is now a living wjtneH acd I ehii iMl V? Thomas H iluM. D. c;et peices of MILLER & DUKE North Durham Brick Yards. J. W. HUTCIIINS AT City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FEESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERV DEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. MORTGAGEE'S SALE! o ,y v, u,,c of lie mortgage deed from John vu, a!Tand wile to J.S. Carr, dated the lJth day ot November. 1888, which ia dulv reir- l8tSTt?d.ia,ook No. 13 (mortgages), pag." :iv to olb. in the oIIioa nf im fr,,.io,... .. i JJtirhara county, and pursuant to the now. r f &aie inerem granted, the undersigned will, mi Monday, the 4th Day of Sept., '93, at 12 o'clock m., at the court house door in Durham, N.C., sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the following described valu able improved real estate, situated inthctown of Durham, N. C, to-wit : wk-Jil "THE ISANNEK U'AKEIIOIK which fronts on the north side of Main street and runs across from Main street to Green street and two (2) chains andtwenty links, or about one hundred and fittv (I;0j i feet wide. Said warehouse lot is situate.! in the very centre of the business portion t Durham and oilers a splendid opportunity (or investment. 2- The "W ATKINS STREET PICIZE iiou.se LOT," bounded on the north by W. K. Cooper s lot, on the west by It. (J. Lea s M. on the south by Watkins street, and .nth. east by tosUr street, containing one thin! t anacie. moro or less. This iroperty i- a!- favorably located and is very valuable. t?:rJ)C "J' S WCKHAKT HESIDI NM: I , 81 1 uated at whur mar r. I , end of Main street in Durham, and containing ! V"v "V- V. V.,09 or it-ss, adjoining the rr vU -n i Jotsol S.I Morgan and J. S. Carr. Thi ioi i has a very choice location, is well improei. j and the residence and improvement-th. r. - n ! are In good condition, olferinir to the pur v...a;i au Kiivune location an 1 one of the i j-wiiemeni ann comlortabie family rehid TERMS OF SALE-One half cash ai.d rh oalance on a credit of six months, with in' i est, on deferred payment at x per cent j-ei "V; ' "v1 OI sa,e- 1 reserved vj iur uvierreu payment t.'l T t: ruin Durham, N. C. June 10. KJ. Mortgai . O-COID- Summer Soard CAN BE OBTAINED AT- OPI'OSITK MINERAL HOTEL. LUMBER, LUMBER. LARGE AIRY ROOMS ! Beautifully Shaded Grounds! ron 'fArtTiLXLAns api-i.y to MISS A. F. E., Chae City. Va. I I O. iJoa 13:!. I Made a New Man " I hate been made a new man by Hood' Sir. iaparilla- I had pains ia my back, felt hr,-.f and did not have any appetite. I have taiea Hood'sCures twelve bottles of Hood s SarsaparOla and can not praise it enough." Jacob Wirtz. cor. 15ta St. and Tortland AvLouisviUe. Ky. AND VET ANOTHER. Mrs. Joa Person: toSth1rworW!1VLnm3de yonr rmula known j 1 V "rlJ' know lnSTfdlnte tn tor tne mseases for which your itemed r is We are now prepared to furnish Durham I and other points all kinds of Lumber, i HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOIiT NOTICE. PLASTICO! 11 wTnlv?07 ejfewhich nd M cheap a9 an dealer- Also, we it, as i nave seen irood revolts frnm n v. " 1 1 , i . ' - . Jto I am very trulr. A. li. lioBZRsoy. M. D. HOOD'S PiLLS Cure all Liver Ills. 25c. N L"RSES SORE ilOlTII. -Maxto.v. X. C, Jan. 13, 1S91. v1 ha.v(, use Mrs-Joe Person's Remedy for hurse's Sore Mouth, and was rx?rfctly cured and can retommend It as a good tonJci Mrs. W. 8. McNAra. carry In stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and LjUhs. CmVv.e vU5 ffi.ce' next to Wright A Merrick s barbershop. Main street. 3. C. HOWEIX CO., Durham. N.C. For nicest and best WALL FIBJISH ! USE LASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. 8ole Agent for Piaatico in Durham.