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(J ' THE ULUHK J? r . : V CUSSED and DISCUSSED. NEVER A TOMBSTONE. (Ij IT IS ALONK KOU LIVK MKN, ;v;dknck of pp.ospazkity, ,9 . s . VOL. IV. NO. 249. Christmas Number of The Daily and Weekly Globe! Going Out Next Month. It IVill, as Usual, Be a Hummer ' - - - i " " i . i SHOT A DOZEN DOGS! I'mI'mtiikui CraMrce Says a Dozen I)ogs Have Gone. An.l All tlio Police Say That They Will Wlioop It VK MANY DOGS HAVE BEcf4 MUZZLED P'ujl Who Come ami Co Hiicf Hrcvl tlen of Interest to All KcadeiH of 1 he Globe. There are several ways to do several things. It has struck the council and the policemen that the way to reduce the number of mad dogs, is to kill idi variant and vagabond dogs. Accordingly, Officer Crabtree informs us that to-day some twelve or lifieen have gone to that free lunch counter from which no mangy cur ever returns. He says also that the game will be con tinued for thirty days, and that all un muzzled dogs will get it in the nape of their wooly necks. It is well. We ho,pe to sec them CSTSlewn! Too Much Holiday got him oir the even track and brought on a fresh attack of indigestion and dys pepsia. It was Simmons Liver Regulator that cured this time It never fails. You want to keep it on hand also for any bil ious attack, or for constipation. It is the emergency remecty, unlike pills in the ell'ect. No gripings, and does not de bilitate. Try it once. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fair-bank scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wr. Lipscomb, Durham. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Kecord of tuireut JCveuts In the City and Vicinity. New River mullet roes just in at Farmers' Alliance Store Tiy those fresh New River mullet roes at Farmers' Alliance Store. There will be the usual services at the Y. M. C. A. to morrow at 4 p. m. They say the bird law will be out in a few days. Then the pigs will commence to 11 y. Look up the Racket Grocery bill of fare it will give you an appetite to read it. It will pay you to read the Racket (Jrocerybill of fare to be found elsewhere in this issue. Fine line of fresh candies, pure and wholesome, just received at Farmers' Alliance Store. Don't fail to read the Racket Grocery bill of fare. It shows you where you can get just what you want and need. Mr. M. F. Warren, a popular and well known salesman, has accepted a po sition w ith the Durham Supply company- Children are often made sick by eat ing stale and impure candies. The Farmers' Alliance Store keeps only the best stock always fresh and the purest made. There will be a general moving around about the loth of the month. Royall k Borden will move into the store now occupied by the Durham Furnitnre company, and the Durham Furniture company will move into Gattis' book store. Webb Carden, sou of Mrs. Mary E. Carden, died at his home at East Durham this morning. He had been ill for sev eral weeks, lie was between 14 and 15 years of age, and the Lope of his mother, who is a widow. The burial will take place to-morrow afternoon at Pleasant Green, near Ilillsboro. We learn to day that a printer named Calhoun, who worked in TriE Globe office some three months last winter, was found dead on top of a box car in New Hampshire this week. He was a good printer and a good fellow but was a sort of Roaming Catholic and it eeemed that he could not get over it. For rent, two desirable dwelling houses with vegetable farm and orchards, i OUBHAM, containing seventeen and a half acres attached, on Dixie avenue, mile and a quarter from centre of town, good water and pleasantly located. A fine opportu nity to secure a valuable truck farm just outside the city. For term9 apply at this office. The Kth annual fair of the Rocky Mount Agricultural and Mechanical association will be held November 8, 1) and 10, and will be a notable exhibit of eastern products and North Carolina in dustries. Rocky Mount has long ago established a reputation for getting up good fairs, and there will be no fallirg on" this year. Captain Pamplin says that when he gets Trinity avenue paved and completes his new elevated railway between this city and North Durham, other towns will not be in it. North Durham, the captain insists, is the coming great trade center of the south, r.ud people who ex pect to ride on the elevated railway should buy their tickets early. The Grape Growers' Association of the state is to meet in Cnarlotte on No vember 8 and 9. This meeting will bring together some of the most prominent grape growers of this and adjoining states For this occasion the Richmond & Danville railroad will sell greatly re duced rate tickets to Charlotte and re turn, from points on its lines in North Carolina November 0 to 8, inclusive, limited returning November 12, 1803. The Seaboard Air-Line will make the following changes in their schedule on Monday, November G : Passenger train No. 38 will leave Durham, foot of Corco ran street, at 10:40 a. m., making close connection at Henderson with trains north and south. Train No. 41 will leave Henderson at 2:35 p. m , making close connection with trains from north and south, arriving at Durham at 4:35 p. m. These trains make close connection at Durham with trains on R. Sr D. from the west, and also going west. No Sunday trains will run on the D. & N. road on and after Sunday, November 5. When Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. W. P. Drop, druggist, Springfield, Mass., writes: ''Japanese Pile Cure has cured lady 7 yee.s afllicted ; could not walk half mile in last 3 yea,s ; now walks any dis tance." Sold by W. M. Yearby. OUT AGAIN. Mr. Lucius Tilley, After "Weeks of Suffer ing, on the Road to Recovery. Air. Lucius Tilley, of Mount Airy, after a severe illness lasting through several months, is now, we are glad to note, fairly on the road to recovery. Mr. Tilley arrived in Durham yesterday, where he will spend several weeks, and where, among relatives and friends of the old days, he hopes soon to regain his health and vigor, prepa a ory to resum ing the active business of life in the hustling Mountain town of which he is a leading spirit. Japanese Liver Pellets cure biliousness, sour stomach aid all kidney and liver troubles. Small aud mild. Sold by V. M. Yearby. NEWS FROM TKE CHURCHES. Ketivals Going on at Trinity Methodist and the First Baptist. Considerable interest was manifested at the revival services of Trinity congre gation last night. Mr. P. M. Briggs de livered an earnest exhortation, and there were four requests for prayer. Capt. E. J. Parrish will conduct the meeting to night. The interest at the First Baptist meet ing grows every day. Pastor Tyree preached another able and impressive sermon last night, and there were several professions and many requests for prayer. He will preach again to night. The usual services will take place at the different churches to morrow. Thet seats are free everywhere, and you will be cordially welcomed at any of the churches. Strancers are especially in vited. W. M. Yearby, druggist, will tell you that Johnson's Magnetic Oil always gives satisfaction and is the cheapest. N. C, SaTuIIDAY GET READY FOR THE THE TARIFF TINKERS Our Washington Correspondent Tells a Tale of Woe. He Says That Reeking -Red Will Go Upon the Tariff. THIS WILL TICKLE MOONSHINERS The Tariff" Fallows Expect Some Great Things Now Before the First of June Next. Washington, Nov. 4 Special A great deal of pressure is just now being brought upon members of the ways and means committee to increase the tax on whisky in the tarifl bill which they are framing. -The tax at present is 90 cents a gallon, and it is argued by many that it can be raised to $1.25, an increase of 35 cents a gallon, and the burden will never be noticed, while at the same time the revenues derived from the increase will be more than sufficient to meet the sugar bounty or many other expenses intended to help worthy enterprises. The demand for an increase of the whisky tax comes from two classes. The one is composed of whisky dealers who are loaded down with the goods and would make a neat profit to the extent of the increase. The other class is of per sons who would either increase the gov ernment's expenditures or continue some which it is proposed to cut off, or curtail in the new tariff bill. Just how much the proposed increase of tax would augment the government's revenues is not known, but it would approximate $30,000,000 This would cover a great many extraor dinary expenses. It would save a great many enterprises by enabling the present protective duties to be maintained, or if internal Improvements or education to keep up the expenditures. While members of the ways and means committee refuse to express opinions upon the subject, it is easy to ascertain tht the proposition to increase the tax upon whiskey is riot popular. It is ar gued by them that it would increase the temptation to avoid the paying of any tax upon spirits, increase "moonshiuing" and bring condemnation from the con sumers. If there is an increase it will likely be very slight, probably 10 cents a gallon. It is now conceded by many leading democrats that unless the tariff bill can be brought before the senate for action ahead of the regular appropriation bills, which must be in law prior to June 30, there is but the slightest prospect of the measure getting into law within the year even though the minority is willing that there should be tariff legislation. If the tariff bill is adopted by the house in time for it to reach the senate finance com mittee by the middle of January, there no prospect that it will get out of that committee, even with the most diligent labor, before April. According to the custom of congress, appropriation bills be gin to arrive at the senate from the house Continued on Fourth Page. AS A SUPPORT for exhausted, nervous, overworked women, nothing can do as much Dr Piprr"s Favorite Prescription. It rejra- lates and assists all the natural functions, never conflicts with them, end it strengthens and builds up the lemale s"stem in a wav of its own. Nursing mothers and women approaching eon iinement, will ftcl it exactly fitted to their neels. It lessens the pains and burdens of child-bearing, ensures nealthy, vigorous off spring and promotes an abundant secretion cf nourishment on the part of the mother. It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine, and the only guaranteed rerr.My for woman's chronic ills and ailments. If it doesn't bene fit or cure, in the case of every tired or af flicted woman, she'll have her money back. On these terms, can anything else be "just as good" for you to buy i You're offered f 500, or a cure of Catarrh, by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy. 0 m u ft 9 EVENING, NOVEMBEE 4, 1893. PEN YOUR DOG Whereas, The Board of Town Commissioners have been notified by the Health Officer of the County of Durham that several mad doss have been seen in the city limits and that somej dogs have bitten several cit izens, therefore wre deem it best to pass the following order : Resolved, That the Chief of Police be instructed to notify the citizens of the town to keep up their dogs or muzzle them for the next thirty days. Any dog found on the street without a muz zle during the above time will be killed. Resolved, That all dogs coming from the country into the town be confined to vehicles or be secured at some place while in town. Resolved, That this order go into effect from and after Saturday, November 4, 1893- hPP UUl 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 focd Syrup of Hypophosphitss ! IT WiLL DO YOU GOOD. Dose, one teaspoon ful after meals. 2 ounce bottle 25 cents, 4 ounce bot tle 50 cents, 8 ounce bottle 75 cents, 10 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.j Si DlY WITHOUT DURHAM SUPPLY GO'S linn !!!! -OF I II II H S New Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Dress Trimmings, (i loves, Hosiery, Underwear. -o- SEE OUR WRAPS! Never was our stock so large, our assortment so complete, our styles so beautiful. In fact we have the only COMPLETE LIjSTE Of Ladies', Misses1 and Children's Cloaks to be found in Durham at present. THE LARGEST AND GRANDEST Shoe Department! IN THIS IgTCARPETS Are Ready Tor Inspection. OUR COUNTERS ARE NOW FILLED WITH NEW GOODS ! You will find Prices to Suit the Times Durham Supply Co. HAVE YOUR WINTER CLOTHING Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired AT TIIK WINSTON-SALEM Steal Dying: and Cleanini Worts I ; I) ifrrr Li-ht Suits and Overcoat.-j A Mi:CIAI.TY. Ladles' Garments in Any Color ! I i ATI FACTION V. V AKANTKKH. W. H. BOGER I'liOPKIKTOK. ADMK1STRATCR'S NOTICE! Hainz iualifif-l tb day as Administrator j or tbe estate of William Ctil--enhali. d-ceasei. I all persons bavins claim araint the estate of j said deceased are hereby tot: tied to i recent said claims to roe teire ciooer ut this notice will be pieaa in oar 01 ineir rwn ery. All persons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward nd settle at once. JAS. F.CIUSKNHALL. Oct. SI. 153. Adm'r of Wm. Chisenhall. P1UCE FIVE CENTS. PARALLEL! o- CITY. AMD RUCSSSS Trinity College The cLii talcr and public worth of a hluh r intifution of I'-urnhiK 1 known by what it in an-: dw's. Dunn the pat fo ty y-tr8 trinity College has rendered unstinted public cervices, havintr tK't n sustained by private contribu tions and Klen hr efforts to the public wel fare. It hiands for progressive Idejm and Is the repn-sentat Ive ol advanced thouKht in public lite. The haven of her efforts bas ub-kened every of her educational institution within the raneot her inliuence. Kor 4 tti: loihiwlritf departments are oj-n for m-t ruction after AuKUt .11 : I. Philosophical an 1 Literary dor A. II. can d Mates) 2. History. Political and Social Science (for Ph. H. candidate. :i. S'-ienttKc (tor 11. S. candidates). 4. Technological tfor It K. candidates . . I.aw r-cbool oiijmrner term opens July 11). 'I heoio ical Ior u-inhaerlal candidate;. 7. Commercial Couiaei preparatory for busi ness pursuits). MesMes these there are three special schools with courses o. a more practical professional character: 1. llie Normal x-tiool for Tejcli-rTt ti courses of professional instruction fur one year. '. Ihm.I of .1 ournalliMft Prof. John L. Weber, director. I'oijrws of instruction in !.nirlih. Civics. Political Science. Hlntory. Sociolojry and daily practical newspaer work required. :i. Mliixil of I loancr, lonotiilr and Ad iiiinUtration Two years'- courses in the higher studies related to public int-r-su. IheCoileKc ! pf,. i e 1 with ampie facilities in the LaiiOrai;r", 1 ibnrics aud Kleetrie piant fos jfivit the l.-st instruction in courses offere'd. J'he building- arc the Cncst and best adapted in the state. The btaff cf Infractors is che-a for tt merit la and diot ion to the work. rl e-lu-at-in? students. 'I he articlpation of students in th drown tr erutcent in college will begin with the oienn v of th year. August 31. lOjoms may t. v-eured and interesting Infor mation siren free by application by mall or la pence to JOHN V. CltUWKLL. Presdl. Durham. N. C. University cf North Carolina! KfjL'IPMK NT-Faculty of 25 teachers. 11 buildings. 7 scier.tinc latoratorles, library of JJ.U 0 volumes, 310 students. INSTItl'CTIo K'.ve general courses. 6 brief courses, professional courses in law, medicine. eniiireeri"g ar.d chemistry, op tional courses. KXI'KNSK-S Tuition.! 0) or year. Scholar ships and loans for the needy. Addms PHESIDKNT WINSTON, Chapel Hill. N.O. Display r t'