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5 THE GLOBE IS U J CUSSED end DISCUSSED. ; mm m iaij CtoM EBE1 n VOL. IV. NO. 238. DUKHAJl, N. C, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. St) CD) i Umbrellas, Rubber Circulars, G-ossamers NEW STYLES HALL AIKTD PARLOR LAMPS ! Coal Shovels, Tongs, Pokers, Grates! Comfortables, Blankets, Flannels! Misses', ladies', Men's Underwear! OUTING, L1NSEY AND WORSTED DRESS GOODS! Shoes, Heavy and Fine, for Ladies, Men, Misses and Children TIRTTlSriKZS, YALISES .AJSTID TRAYELI1TG- BAGH3 I Glassware, Crockery, Toilet Sets, Hardware, Shot Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Gun Powder, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Tea and Table Spoons. CHIPPED 3BEF? CAIffBJEB BEEF AXUB FRUITS! jE L (G y ERIE Y HOSIERY FOR LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN, BOYS AND MEN! Ask to sec our "INVERNEES" and let us sell you some goods.' THE MAYOR'S COURT 1 A Man from the Country Imbibes Too Freely, And It Costs Him the Sam of Five Dollars. A FIGHTING NEGRO ARRESTED AGAIN People Who Come and Go Urief lirevi tles of Interest to All Readers of The Globe. Quite a crowd assembled around the temple of justice this morning to see Mayor Peay sit in judgment upon several individuals charged with violating the law. John Whitaker, a white man from the country, charged with being so full he could not walk on the streets without reeling, plead guilty, and was touched to the sum of $5. He is a decent looking man, and seemed to feel the humiliation keenly. We don't think he will ever get drunk in Durham again. Isaac Young, colored, was charged with beating Annie Hawkins, his cook, and the mayor fined him $2 and costs, and advised him to change his boarding place, as this is the third time he has been arrested for a similar offense. Cap Rollins i9 locked up for striking Newton Pendergrass with a billiard cue on the head at Dixon's bar early this morning, and the trial will take place to morrow. We are sorry to record this, as we had hoped he would keep straight, especially at this time, when the supreme court is hearing his appeal for a new trial in the Jones case, which went against him. Telling the Truth. It's common saying that newspapers lie, but when an editor writes a thing and puts his name to it you may be sure he is telling the truth. Read this : "We have never before said one word in favor of any patent medicine advertisement in our columnsjbuthavinggiven Simmons Liver Regulator a fair trial, we do not hesitate to say that for dyspepsia and general de bility it cannot be excelled." Fred. M. Childs, editor "News," Kenton, Ohio. Do You Want a Position As drummer, teacher, clerk, manager, solicitor, book-keeper, mechanic, servant, etc.? Address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. THE COLONEL ACCEPTS. He Assumes the Presidency of the State Agricultural Society. This morning's News Observer Chron icle contains the following telegram to Mr. Hal Ayer, secretary : CniCAGO, Oct. 21, 1893. Hal W. Ayer Your telegram advis ing me of my election as president of the North Carolina Agricultural Society astonishes me, yet I will labor hard not to disappoint the expectations of the public. If hard work will make the next State fair memorable, it shall be ao Count on me. I am going in to win J. S. Cauii. And we predict that the next State fair will be the best for many years. Johnson's Oriental Soap is the most deUcate facial soap for ladies' use in ex istence. Sold by W. M. Yearby. MR. GEO. W. WATTS' LIBERALITY. He Makes Anothe Donation to the Pres byterian Orphanage. The Charlotte Observer says : The re gents of the Presbyterian Orphans' Home held their annual meeting, preceding synod, at the orphanage . at Barium Springs Tuesday. Messrs. Geo. M. Wil son and John E. Cates were in attendance from this city. The affairs of the home were found in good condition and the regents will have a good report to make to the synod, which meets at Tarboro week after next. It is stated to The Observer that in the progress of the deliberations of the regents the neces sity for an infirmary was discussed, and ways and means of building it were being canvassed, when George W. Watts, Esq., of Durham, a member of the board, said : "Decide on your build ing and I will pay for it." Thus, by reason of the munificence of this esti mable and benevolent gentleman, the orphanage infirmary is no longer a prob lem BIG CHICKEN ROAST. A Winston Man Has One Hundred and Fifty Cooked at One Time. The Daily Sentinel says : The chicken house of Mr. Frank Hege, on the south side, was badly burned last night, be tween 8 and 9 o'clock. The fire started from an incubator, which was left burn ing too high, and caught some scattered hay near by. The upper story was filled with hay, which quickly ignited and wrapped the building in flame's, so that none of its contents were saved. There were about 150 chickens, all improved breeds, burned, besides a variety of appa ratus, such as incubators, etc. A GREAT SENSATION ! Au Account of the Editor's Visit to Ilis Old Home. He Is Accorded a Reception That Will Long Be Remembered. THE GOOD CHAIRMAN IS OVERCOME The Populace Surround Col. Fairbrotlier, There Is Great Cheering and Music by the Band Follows. We clip the following from the Lin coln Herald : "ColoDel Al Fairbrother has been in Nebraska a few days lately, accompanied by the beautiful and talented woman .who is his wife. He is the picture of health and solidity, and his residence in the south seems to agree with him in every particular. It will be remembered that about four years ago a vigilance committee was formed at Lincoln with instructions to hang the colonel if be ever reappeared in the village. When he stepped off the train the other day the committee was there to meet him and execute the will of the people. But the grave demeanor and imposing appear ance of Colonel Fairbrother so much impressed them that they hesitated and were lost. The chairman fell upon his neck and wept, while the populace sur rounded the group with cheers, escorted the colonel with a brass band to his hotel and gave him a grand public reception in the evening. Marriage to the right kind of a woman does a great deal for a man." ' -V4 "r " Z.- TOTPRE AN EAST PREY, with your flesh reduced below a healthy Btandard, for Consumption and other Scrof ulous and dangerous diseases. And it's for est this condition that Dr. Pierce's Golden edical Discovery is especially valuable. If you're thinner than you ought to be, whether from wasting diseases, defective nutrition, or whatever cause, the Discov ery " will surely bring you up to the healthy standard. By restoring the normal action of the deranged organs and functions, it arouses every natural source and means of nourish ment. As a strength-restorer and flesh builder, nothing like this medicine is known to medical science. Filthy Cod Liver Oil and all its disguised compounds cant compare with it. It 'a sold on triad. . That is, In everything that's claimed for it, if the " Discovery " ever fails to benefit or cure, you hare your money back. Vbat offer could be more Y ill Uu lullfuul 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 Eyrup of Hypophosphitss ! 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 BIY 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" GO'S all and Winter Stock! TvTOW READY T o DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS! SILKS A BID VELVETS ! O- Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraps -o- Carpets, Mattings and Rugs! CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS! o- Hosiery, Underwear and Gloves -o SHOES! SHOES I SHOES I Special mention is our great showing in Apron and Dress Ginghams at 5, G, 1 and Si cents. Durham Supply Co.