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f mng mffiTI'IMt TOtPtl tiOMft t---1 j ""N? V r r 't, IT IS ALONK FOR L1VK MIA'. Ijj VOL. IV. XO. 251. Christmas Number of The Daily and Weekly Globe ! Going Out Next Month. It IVill, as Usual, Be a Hummer WANTS FREK SILVER Ci.ii ij." I Madra Find a an Ea?y JSolu t i on ol' the Question. Hp IVlicvfs in th White .Metal and Inflates His rocket Hook. MJOR GUTHRIC LCS1S r!IS SPOONS I'.-ople Who Con: uit-.l ; Jlrief l.revi tles of I iiicrcat to All Hcj.'ifis of 1 lie dole.;. SiiiiulUineously with the. hydrophobic uiuon the log, tlc apprepthtiiou of other people's property lias s-lruck a strata of Durham society in the form of an epidemic. On Saturday last a man named Madra, who is a character about town and who has long ago distinguished himself for his shiftless ways and general woithless ness, came into Isth.y? jewelry store and offered to sell Mr IMley a silver spoon, which he claimed to have gotten from a boy. Mr. Postley declined to buy, so he sought and found a customer in Mr. M. II. Jone11, farther up the -Ircet. He also sold another like it at M. C. Ilerndon's saloon. Major Outline, who h:ul been losing his spoons, to day identified the missing articles. Th'i faet that Mndra was at Major Outline's house on Friday hunt ing a job, and was allowed to pass through the dining room, Mr. Madra will be asked to explain his conduct in the mayor's court to morrow. A llushcl oT Pills, and every one wants to stick fast in the throat, and feels as though they did stick somewhere. Away with them and take Simmons Liver Regulator. One-half table spoonful is a dose, and it goes down pleas antly. You'll find it a mild laxative, with no imping, and does not debilitate. It quickly relieves the system of malarial poison, aud cures constipation, indiges tion, biliousness and sick headache. For Sale. A small safe, Herring patent , and a pair of Fairbank scales No. 5, poi table. Cheap for cash. Apply to Ym. Lii'scomi;, Durham. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day'i Kecor-1 of Cuirent Kvents in the City ami Vicinity. New Hiver mullet roes just in at Farmers' Alliance Store. Try those fresh New Hiver mullet roes at Farmers' Alliance Store. 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 Grocery bill of fare to be found elsewhere in this issue. Fine line of fresh candies, pure and wholesome, just received at Farmers' Alliance Store. As will be noticed, the sale of the Lockhart property has been postponed until November 20. Don't fail to read the Racket Grocery bill of fare. It shows you where you can get just what you want and need. Children are often made sick by eat ing stale and impure candies. The Farmers' Alliance Store keeps only the best stock always freh aud the purest made. There was a small fire over on Dandy street yesterday morning between 1 and 2 o'clock. A pile of loose lumber in the yard of Mr. J. I. Morris caught on fire and for a few minutes it looked as though the house must go. The lire companies responded promplty, and but little dam age was done. The Seaboard Air-Line will make tLe following changes in their schedule on Monday, November G: Passenger train No. oS win leave Durham, foot of Corco ran street, at 10,10 a. m., making close connection at Henderson with trains north and south. Train No. 41 will leave Henderson at 2:o0 p. m., making close connection with trains from north and DURHAM, N. C, MONDAY EVEXIXG, NOVEMBER 0, 1893. south, arriving at Durham at 4:'.ir) p. m.ipn IHT? POflPT TO li v These trains m,ikf rb.sP rnmii i i 1 JuIJLa JJUili IU-1'dl Durham wiih trains oa R. & I), from the west, and also going west. No Sunday trains vi il! run ou the I). & N. road on and after Sunday, November 5. For rent, two desirable dwelling houses w i tli vegetable farm and orchards, containing seventeen and a half acres attached, on Dixie avenuf, 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 terms apply at this office. The Grape Growers' Association of the state is to meet in Charlotte on No vember 8 and !). 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 G to 8, inclusive, limited returning November 12, 1803. A Million Friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. If you have never used this Great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at K. Illaeknall A Son's drug store. Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. Call for the Horse iJiand of Johnson's Magnetic Oil. It lias no equal for the diseases of horses and cattle. Sold by V. M. Yearby. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors la the City. Mr. J. R Green returned to the city yesterday. Prof. J. E Butner, of Winston Salem, is in tLe city. J. E. Smith, Esq , of Baltimore, is at the Carrolina. Judge R. W. Winston, of Oxford, spent last night in the city. Col. and Mrs. J. S. Carr have returned from the World's fair. Mr. J. C. Bowers, of New York, is reg istered at the Carrolina. Mr. David Law-sou, of South Boston, is here to day interviewing our grocery merchants. Mr. Samuel Adams returned to day from Virginia, where he has been talking democracy from the stump and elsewhere. Col. D. W. Whitaker returned yester day from New York, where he has been the past month in the interest of his several patents. Mr. J. B. Powell arrived home this morning from Chicago, where he has b-'en playing the role of a Columbian guard for seme time. Mr. L. E. Davis, advance agent of the James Young company, who will play Hamlet and Richard III in this city next week, is in the city to day. TOBACCO TALK. Kev. Alex Walker Gives His Views on the Tohacco Market. The receipts of leaf tobacco for the past week have been fairly good, but not so heavy as the week before. The market did not show altogether as much anima tion, yet there was but little change in prices There was less good tobacco offered, therefore less auimation with the buyers. Good tobacco attracts the atten tion of the buyers and causes more anima tion. The sales were very satisfactory throughout the week and we heard but little complaint from the farmers. All things considered, our market is doing j very well. We would like to see higher j prices, so that the farmer could get pay j for his labor, but that is an impossibility so long r.s money continues to be so ; scarce anil thesvsttm of contraction con tinner S onie say the thing needful has been done, but we fui! .0 sec i,. We hive given our opinion on the crop from time j to time and as vet have not seen any ... ... rr., . I eaube 10 euange our views, ine crop upon the whole is an inferior crop, but at the same time there is a small percent f ...... 1 1 ; . 1 . u . 1 1 . 1 1 ui guuu luusi-t j 111 nit: crop iuai w in sen very well if times get no worse, but what awaits us in the near future we cannot I see. It looks dark to us. GET READY EOR THE Colonel Pcay Has a Number of Err ing Ones Itefore Him. Another Inhuman Creature Treats His Wife Shamefully. A NUMBER GET TOO MUCH WHISKEY While Several Individuals with Itching Palms tJet Into Trouble and in Jail. Major Peay did a big business to-day, there being more cases on docket this morning than for a long time. The old boy seemed to get loose Satur day night and yesterday and made offen ders get into all sorts of scrapes. A creature known as Fernando Kreth was charged with assaulting his wife, Amanda Kreth, and was fined $5 00 and costs, .$2 90. We hope the time will come when such wretches will be hung with a grape viue. E C. Thompson, white, and Dave Murray, colored, had a scrap Saturday night and were touched to the tune of $2.00 apiece, and shared the costs equally which amounted to $3 90. Jake Brown, colored, filled up on pep skull whiokey, which made him disor derly, and the town treasury was enriched to the amount of a V. Mary Allen, colored, was charged with the larcen' of a pair of shoes, and the evidence against her was of such a nature that she was required to give bond for $2-j for her appearance at the next superior court. Arthur Gray, colored, the driver of the Southern Express company, was charged with delivering a package of jewelry to himself instead of the jeweler, M. II. Jones, and was required to give bond for his appearance at court next January. Eugene Tolar, another sable African, had so much aboard he couldn't walk without staggering, and paid $5 for his fun. Nelson Mitchell imbibed too freely, and forfeited his bond of $o, which will d-mbtk-ss be expended for the improve ment of our streets. Will Walker, colored, was up for bois tenuis cursing, but judgment was sus pended on payment of costs, which amounted to $2 HO Jim Graham, colored, indulged in a Sunday drunk, which costs double as much as one on week days, so he was fined $10. Ella Street, a dusky maiden, also went on a spree, for which she will have to pay $5 or engage in street work a week or two. In'Olden Times People overlooked the importance of per manent beneficial effects and were satis fied with transient action, but now that it s generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual constipa tion, well informed people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Mr. A. L. Straus, of Richmond, is in the city to day. THERE'S DISCOMFORT, pain and griping, with the usual pills. Take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, an.l there's noth ing of the kind. i.ou regulito the dose accord ing to tout needs one little Pellet for a gentle laxative or corrective, three for a cathartic but it's all perfectly easy and natural. And the help that comes in this war. lasts. S T)rrA tinv. Kiifar-ooateJ trrarrules are the i smallest in size and the easiest to take. They I . A. 1 - T-1 00" Headache, Dizziness, Bilious Attacks, and all deranGemcnts of the liver, stomach and DOVeto. For the -worst cases of chronic Catarrh, for Catarrhal ilealache, impaired taste, smeil, or hearinT, and all the troubles that follow Catarrh, there's nothing so prompt to rehere and so certain to cure, ts Dr. Sage's Catarrn Remedv. Its proprietors oner touu "waju for anv case or va tarrh -which they cannot cure. m y HowDoYouFeel 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 Syrup ol Bypophosphites ! 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, 1G ounce bottle $1. SEND ME four 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 vrax) in at least four places. E. 0. FiSHER, Ph. G. SOLID Through Trains FROM- 110, 11 LIS Hi ffll -TO- Kansas City, St, Joseph, DENVER, ST, PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Reclining Chair Cars! Free -ONLY- One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. IHE Bf-T LINE OR TllV. I LAC K HILLS, AND ALL POINTS NORTH A.C. DAWES. G. K & T. A., t. Lou-i. Mo WEST. AND H. K. TODD. G n. A?fnt, Nashville. Tenn. ri cCUv ? Tj W7 I To fin1, per monm .O -CXs. ?' harmlei retnMliei tbt do io not in- V I I I Lndcr&ed by pty-:ciins and iedxLg fcocitty Udie. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL, BL 8. V. r. SIT8EI. USUI tTlUTtl. CHUM. HL m f. izm the ha'tn or xctcrt-.re witn one 8bti&iaes err cleafnire. li builds up and imprcT'-s tte genenl health clr the t-kir iad beut tue the complexion. .t.vi,, K'.--a fr.l!3W this trrUnI;, o- BUEHAM S OF New Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear. -0 SEE OUR Never w;is our roek so large, our assortment so complete, our styles so heautiful. In faet we have the only COMPLETE I-IISTE Of Ladies', Misses1 and Children's Cloaks to he found in Durham at present. THE LARGEST AND GRANDEST Shoe Department! IN THIS CITY. CARPETS Are Ready rr 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 THE WINSTON-SALEM Steam Dying and Cleaning Works ! Dyinjr Liht Suits and Owr:oat A SPKCIALT. LaciicV Garments u Any Co lor ! SATISFACTION : K A I :AN Ti: K I?. p:;Pi:ii.TtP.. 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Durintr t ?n: past f ty yean Irinity (xili'M? iiu3 r i-! r' 1 urin!iijM"l puo!ictrvit te, h.iMiiir l-'n Hustaint-l by prlvat. contribu tions ari Kivc-n bT lIort to the public wcl lare. It stanl fr progressive idea nl i the represent 4t; ; of alvancel thought in l public lire. TLe J av-n ol her effort I na i ijui ken 1 e ery 01 .' cr Jucatiiiil lufctitutiou ' within tbe rniitiu ot In-r influence, i For Js.cj i tii- tti.hjv.mte oepartraentg are i ojH-ii fr inju nction uts r A(Jruflt .11 : 1. I'liii'opLual .:!! Literary tfor A. 1). can I riMdtffe) Z. History. Political unJ bocial Science (for j I'h. li. car.iii'latefi. S. it titKic tfor JJ. . canll'late). i . Technological dor II K. canoi'Jateai. :. ijw rciJ'oi iijnii;iT wr:u i-ns amy m.i, 1;. '1 liolt ic.il dor ri. irii.sterlal c-fTili'Iatcin. 7. Mjiiunerciai Cour.-o i-rcparatory lor bui-r.f-M pursuit.--.'. IC-!i'i- the-' th-e arc three jeeia! ftcboolii with course o n.r' practical professional character : 1. The .Norma! --l,ool fr leat her Ten courses ( f pro: MUi'r.ul in.-tructiou for one yer. i. f liool ol .Iourualiui Prof. John I.. WiU-r. iire t.r. bourses of instruction In hCK'iish. . i'oiiti'e.i bcieuce. History, Sjcioijry an ..ti 1 y practi'.al rieweiap:r work rcjulreu. '.i. h houl ii I J11 me-, i; ononilrfi anl Al ninltratle.i Two eHr' courxm in the hlner P-tui'-i r. ;at '1 t 1 ublic interests. 1 1 i .- .:Uk. s pi. I f '! v. !th Hitip.e lacllitir-s ! in tl- IjiU i fc -. t.it ririe- nii'i Klectric I I' ant t jt ivjj.. ' i;e ir st n'ru. tion m courses ' oert i I he buii'i i--, are the finet anJ h.-t a'lapted i in the sl.it. j 'lhe M.slT or J "?'j. t-r i) iht'-ti for its merit in -:. J i-".' ''.1 t tr.eworkol lu:u- 1 r.r -tw;-nts 1..-- j.i. ticipation ! tuOei.t) s iu t-i ir own r -. . -:u:i. w. in collie li begin I v, ith the ;- !..:: . ol th year, Auuet -SI. ! lio-j.'ii- ru.iy ft- - cjrl arei interetslln Infor- ' rnation ier. t' ipon.-atH'H l,y ua:l r la ! jt rv.'i M JOHN r. 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