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1 r f;: - ! r- i . (I THE OLODE IS i CUSSED and DISCUSSED. 'I1 J! TMK OLOllK IS NEVER A TOMBSTONF. EVIDENCE OF PKOSPEItl i'Y. J IT IS ALONE FOR LITE MEN. VOLi. IV.---NO. 233. .DURHAM, N. C, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LADi ES' AN D MISSES' GOSSAM ERS ! ... m . .. , ...... . . - rf"' ...ki . . .uw lie Imtlam lata SMtat fCs RUBBER SHOESTTB Every Day an d H ine Dress hoe s FOR LADIES, MEN, MISSES, BOYS, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN ! HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND WIRE BUCKLE SUSPENDERS! COTTON ARID WO OLE Iff KIVTITTIIVIG YARN ARID ROLLS ! PANT CL01 AND OU NG! HATS, O.AJPSB., TRTJITKS, YALISES, TTIMCIB BELLAS I HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE! IIE3l 31 jlL "5? IT Gr Y KINDLY CALL OlST ME WHEN MiLKLXXTG- PURCHASES. PRISONERS ESCAPE Two Colored Prisoners on the Way to Raleigh Get Away. Sheriff Beard, of Wataoga County. Gets Left This Time. THEY WILL PROBABLY BE CAPTURED People Who Come anil Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Keaders of The Globe. The mixed train which left Greensboro last night at 12 o'clock for Raleigh, had on board Sheriff D. T. Beard, of Watauga county, with four prisoners bound for the state penitentiary. Their names were "William Davis and Finley Columbus, white, sentenced to two and three years respectively, and Thinley Bell and Wil liam Pharr, colored, the former sentenced to two and the latter to four years for stealing. Soon after the train left Mebane, which is about twenty miles west of Durham, the two negro prisoners requested to be allowed to go in the closet. As their legs were securely chained together they were allowed to do so, the sheriff stationing himself at the closet door. About seven minutes later, before the train reached Ilillsboro, the sheriff called the brakeman and made him open the door, when lo! the jail birds were gone. They had made their escape through the window, although the train was making very good time. The anger and chagrin of the sheriff can better be imagined than described. lie passed through here this morning with his two white prisoners for Raleigh, and will return and make diligent search for the escaped culprits, and they will probably be recaptured, as they were chained together, and were doubtless dis abled, to more or less extent, when they jumped from the window of the moving train. An Injunction. There are two kinds the courts tell you a temporary and a permanent injunc tion. A temporary injunction gives re lief for a time only, but when you take Simmons Liver Regulator for dyspepsia, and find yourself cured, that means a per manent injunction. It's the same when taking the Regulator for malaria, and all affections of the liver and kidneys. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Record of Current Kvents in the City and Vicinity. See Shelburn, the photographer, for crayon portraits. Revolution in Cuba! Genuine arti cle Cuba molasses just received at Hern don & Bagwell's. 'Phone 65. Shelburn, the photographer, will pre sent you a three quarter life size crayon portrait free of charge. See his ad. For extra strong and nice patterns of boys' cassimeres, go to Ellis, Stone & Co's. Over 3,000 yards of choice pattern ingrain carpets, from 18 cents up, at Ellis, Stone & Co's New lot of hop sackings in diamond weave, warranted not to slip in the seams. Ellis, Stone & Co. As a special leader in black goods we offer a 40 inch silk-finish Henrietta at o0 cents. Ellis, Stone & Co. One hundred pairs of 7 hook kid gloves, in black and colors, reduced from 1.50 to f 1 00. Ellis, Stone & Co. Are you in it ? If not go at once to the Racket Grocery and make arrange ments to get the use of the best oil can in the world free. W. B. Surles has been attending the state fair, and we understand has been moving around on wheels (Tubal) at a lively rate. There is nothing like it. We have just received 1,000 yards of 30-inch dark ground percales, fast colors, just the goods for boys' and girls' shirt waists. Ellis, Stone & Co. Mr. Waiter Adams, a merchant at Semora, Caswell county, and brother of S. L. Adams, of this place, had - a severe accident yesterday ; spraining and dislo ci'ing h's shoulder. The public is invited to Y. M. C. A. hall to night to witness the closing of Prof. R. B. Holloway's business school, lie will re-open and organize another class on Tuesday, October 24. The Racket Grocery comes to the front again with au admirable arrange ment about the oil we all have to barn. Enquire of Proctor at once and learn something to your advantage. THE MAYOR'S COURT. Things Art; Very Quiet These Days with Colonel Peaj. There was nothing for our worthy mayor to do this morning, and we hope all classes of people will continue to keep the laws of the land. TRINITY'S BIG DEAL ! The Travelers' Life JJnys $40,000 of Trinity College Bonds. The Company Has Done a Good Thing for Itself, WHILE THE COLLEGE IS BENEFITED The Deal Has Been Under Wajr for Some Time and Was Consummated I. ate Yesterday. , Mr Rodney Dennis, secretary, and Mr. J. R. Lindsay, general agent, of the Trav elers' Life, of Hartford, Conn., arrived Tuesday with the latter's stenographer and took rooms at the Carrolina. They came to close the purchase of $40,000 worth of Trinity college, 20-year G per cent bonds, which they have had under advisement for some time. The trade was made late yesterday afternoon, and on the strength of it Mr. Lindsay has written $225,000 life insur ance, and will write a good deal more. The Travelers' Life has not bought any college bonds heretofore, nor have they made any investments in the south, but upon the recommendation of their gen eral agent, Mr. Lindsay, decided to place som; investments in this section, and be gan with the above purchase. Mr. Lindsay did not charge the college any commissions for his services, for which he is to be commended. The Travelers' is a first class company and deserves the patronage of the insur ing public everywhere, and it is safe to predict that they will do a good business In this city and throughout the state. LOOK AT THESE POINTS, snowing wnere ur. Fierce's Pleasant Pel lets excel the ordi nary' pills : They're smaller; easier to take; easier In their ways. No griping; no distur bance; no reaction afterward. Their influence lasts. By their tonic or trn o-thpnir! Af fects on the intestines, they increase the natural action of the bowels, and perma nently cure Constipation, Biliousness, Jaun dice, Indigestion. Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and every like disorder. Any child takes these tiny, sugar-coated Pellet readily. They're put up in little sealed vials, and thus kept always reliable, while they can easily be carried In the rest-pocket. Nothing else at any price is as cJieap, for theyV guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money Is returned. You pay only for the good you get. No substitute that a tricky dealer is ready to urge, though it may be better for him to tell, can be " just as good " for you to buy. ! 13 i n n 1 p 1 If Dl I F 1 This is the time of year when you feel debilitated generally. You feel weak and nervous. Your head aches. You have no appetite. You feel like committing suicide. TRY A BOTTLE OF Compound Epp of Hypophesphites ! IT WILL DO YOU GOOD. Dose, one teaspoonful after meals. 2 ounce bottle 25 cents, 4 ounce bot tle 50 cents, 8 ounce bottle 75 cents, 16 ounce bottle $1. SEND ME Your Prescriptions THEY WILL RECEIVE MY PERSONAL ATTENTION! PLEASE REMEMBER I use only Chemically Pure DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. Also notice that all Physicians' Prescriptions are delivered to you sealed (with red wax) in at least four places. E. D. FISHER, Ph. G. DURHAM SUPPLY CO'S :all and inter Stock NOW READY T DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS! SILKS AKTD VELVETS ! O Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps -o- Carpets, Mattings and Hugs! CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS! Hosiery, Underwear and Gloves t) SHOES i SHOES! SHOES! Special mention is our jreat showing in Apron an 1 Dress Ginghams at 5, Gi, 74 and 8 cents. Durham Supply Co.