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- J II I THK GLOBE TS () thij T.oni: TS NCYTR A TOMBSTONE". ?! KVJIKNCt". OF PKOM'EUl I Y. ;) it is alos1; tdi; tirt jitn. ; VOL. IV. NO. 252. Christmas Number of The Daily and Weekly Globe ! Going Out Next Month. It Will, as Usual, Be a Hummer " !" ' i . . i VIRGINIA ELECTION 'ut as Much Enthusiasm as Was Expected. lii'it Note in Most of the Towns and Cities. IT IS FAVOHABLF TO DMOCRACY People Vh: l-oine smd il 1'rJef ISrevi tiea of Interest to All Kt'iiet of The Globe Richmond, Nov. 7. Special. News is meagre yet. Richmond and Manchester hud a Hht vote and not much enthusiasm. Staunton had a heavy vote and Echols is probably elected. Norfolk's vote was only i'air. There were but few votes cast in Dan ville, but they were mostly democratic. Harrisonburg 0.-s democratic three to one. A Itushel of T ills, 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 erriping, and does not debilitate. It quickly relieves the system of malarial poison, and cures constipation, indiges tion, biliousness and sick headache. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Day's Kec.ord of Cut rent Kvtnts Id the City and Vicinity. Look up the Racket Grocery bill of fare it will give you an appetite to read it. The rock crusher is at work to day and all who have seen it agree that it is a hummer. It will pay you to read the Racket (irocery bill of fare to be found elsewhere in this issue. Don't fail to read the Racket Grocery bill of fare It shows you where you can get just what you want and need. The Durham Water company, in an official report from the inspector pub lished to day, makes a good showing. A gentleman from Roxboro to day informs us that Lay Evangelist School field, of Danville, is conducting a series of meetings in the largest tobacco ware house in the place, and that crowds are tlocking to hear him from all parts of the county. Colonel Frank Ileartt says that peo pie who want to know about the flower show can find out by visiting his estab lishment. Captain Whitted and Dr. Lynch are the exhibitors so far, and as each one thinks he should have the prize, a duel is expected at any time. For rent, two desirable dwelling houses with vegetable farm and orchards, containing seventeen and a half acres attached, on Dixie avenue, mile and a quarter from centre of town, good water and pleasantly located. A line 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 Cnarlottc 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 G to 8, inclusive, limited returning November 12, 1S93. A Million Friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have lound just such a friend in Dr. Kings 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 guarantee! to do all that is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at K. Blaeknall & Son's drug store. Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. l"or Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbauk scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wii. Lipscomb, Durham. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Via! torn In the City. J. Respass, Esq , of Winston, is in the city. II. Fantz, Esq , of Baltimore, is in the city. Miss Mamie Ileirtt went to Raleigh to day. C J. Holloway, Eq , of Toledo, ii here to-day. S. O. Hall, Esq , of Greensboro, is in the city. Mr. E. II. Ilabel, of Raleigh, is at the Carrolina. Mr. Geo. C. Walters, of New York, is in the city. Mr. C. L. Hopkins, of the R. & Di.is at the Carrolina. Ed P. Powers, Esq , of Fayetteville, is in town to-day. Mr. D. N. Durham, of Richmond, is in the city to day. Mr. Beverly E. Shore, of Richmond, is at the Carrolina. Mr. A. G. Elliot, Jr., of Philadelphia, is in the city to day. Mr. Walter Poindexter, of Nashville, is in the city to-day. Col. J. II. Southgate is spending the afternoon in Raleigh. Rev. Dr. E. A. Yates returned to day from Alamance county. Mr. P. R. Rhodes, of New York, is reg istered at the Carrolina. Rev. M. L. nurley, of Virginia, was here yesterday afternoon. Mr. Thomas Washington, of Richmond, is stopping at the Carrolina. Dr. W. T. Ilerndon, of Elon College, passed through last evening. E. C. Edmunds, Esq., a prominent to bacconist of Winston, is in the city. Mr. II. J. Bass left to day for Lynch burg, where he will spend several days. Mr. W. H. Summerell, the well known insurance man of Winston, is here to day. Rev. D. J. Caldwell, pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Winston, passed through yesterday returning from the synod meeting at Tarboro. Hood's and Only Hood's. Hood's Sars8parilla Is carefully pre pared from sarsaparilla, dandelion, man drake, dock, pipsissewa, juniper berries and other well known remedies, by a pe culiar combination, proportion and pro cess, giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura tive powers not possessed by other medi cines. It effects remarkable cures when other preparations fail. Hood's Pills cure biliousness. Call for the Horse Brand of Johnson's Magnetic Oil. It has no equal for the diseases of horses and cattle. Sold by W. M. Yearby. THE DURHAM WATER COMPANY. The Expert From Providence Thinks the Pressure All Right. The followiug letter explains itself : Puovidence, R. I , Oct. 31, '93. J. C. Michie, superintendent Durham Water Works, Durham, N. C. : Deak Sir I give you below a memo randum of our trial of the water works made at Blackwell street hydrant, Octo ber 11, 1S93. The hydrant was a four inch boJy, two way pattern. It was fed from an eight inch main. A 50 feet length of 2$ inch cotton rubber lined hose was attached to each outlet. A guage was tapped on to the hydrant. The result were as follows : NOZZLES. HYDRANT PRES. VOL. EACH. TOTAL 2 1 in rinjr d2 tfcs UW pah 333 gals . X ICO. 152 t 1 in ring"- ' " US 1 in rin ,., i:W t U'S in rinjr w 4?1) I in open butt, 13 !t3. 62 gals When one open butt was transferred to another hydrant off the eight Inch main, the hydrant pressure was thirty pounds, showing thus the loss in the hy drant due to high veLcity through hy drant. The static pressure on the hydrant was TO pounds at eve of trial. I did not give any volume with two span butts as the low head makes conditions somewhat too uncertain to apply any table. I thank you again for your courtesy in making the trial. Very truly yours, B. G. BuTTALPn, Inspector - DURHAM, X. C, TUESDAY GET READY FOR THE THE MAYOR'S COURT ! Business Not so Brisk with Colonel l'eay This Morning. A Gentleman of Color (Jets on a Blind Jag Last Night. HALL AND ELLIS ARE BOTH FINED The Depraved Creature Known as Madra Again in Trouble for Stealing Silver Spoons. The police court this morning had rather a slim attendance, there being only a few trivial cases. M. F. Freeman, an old negro from the country, was charged with taking $1 80 from a white man named Wiley Davis, who was intoxicated. The evidence amounted to nothing, so Freeman was discharged. Richard Morris too much "sperrits," which caused him to be disorderly, and the mayor ordered him to contribute $5 to the public treasury, which he will do either in coin or labor on the streets. Jack Ellis and John Hall were fined $1 each for their scrimmage yesterday afternoon. Madra, the silver spoon purloinist, was tried by a magistrate and required to give bond, which he has been unable to do at this hour, and he will doubtless take his old lodjjjjngs in jail, where he spends the most of his time. 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. When traveling, always take a cake of Johnson's Oriental Soap with you ; dis eases are often caught from using hotel soap. Sold by W. M. Yearby. LINGERING LETTERS. A JAsl of Letters Waiting Owners in the Durham Postoffice. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Durham postoffice, advertised Novem ber 4, 1893: B Harringer, Wm.; Bauldin, Wm F; Brown, Mrs. Sllie; Bragg, Miss S. L.; Benley, James II. C Ghildes, Miss Margaret ; Couch, Mr. Bud. D Dorrighty, J. W. F Ferrell, Miss Amanda; Faucette, Henrietta. G Grajr, E J.; Goodwin, Miss Mollie. J Jones, Daniel ; Joslyn, Mr. M Mangum, W. G; Malone, Mollie; Merriarn M'fg Co ; Mitchell, Susan; Mark ham, Eva. P Posley, C. B. S Strange, Susan M ; Stalmaker, Geo ; Spitzer, A. A. T Thomson, Miss Malissa. W Worrell, Wesley. W. A. ALBItTGTIT, P. M. O. L. Rice, Mendota, 111 , writes : "Have used your Japanese Pile Cure and found it a sure and permanent cure." Sold by W. M. Yearby. Mrs. Joseph Harris and Mrs. E. A. Rosemond,of Hillsboro, are visiting Dur ham friends. rrs HIGH TIZTE something was done, IX your blood is impure. You can't mistake th symptotrs. Blotches and pimples. sion, are some of them. It you " let j n o, you re an easj pre scTt-3 of serious ailment. Now, the best blood-pcri5r in the world is Dr. Pierce's Goldaa Medical Discovery. Take that, and it will certainly rid you of every blood-taint and disorder. It staxti every oran into healthful action, assists all the bodily functions, and cleanses, builds up, and invigorates fhm vivkiA x-crr fl M. D. far surpasses nasty Cod Liver Oil and J au its uitny compouncis u ci buflder and strength-restorer. torpid liver or impure- blood, Djrpepei, ' Liver Complaint," the most stubborn 23UH, Caipf Or EXZTVLUAUU nxicviaytiJ T-Tt if n1.n. in its earlier stares it's the only remedy so rare and j effective that it can be guaranteed. It it doesn't benefit or cure, you have your! money back. ! Can anything- els t 44 just as good" for , yotx to boy t 'EVENING, NOVJSMBJSR 7, 1893. How D o You Feel 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 IT WILL DO YOU GOOD. Dose, one teaspoonfal after meals. 2 ounce bottle 25 cents, 4 ounce bot tle 50 cents, 8 ounce bottle 75 cents, 16 ounce bottle $1. SEND ME oar 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. SOLID Through Trains rnoM- iW, 11 LOUIS HI PEORIA r Kansas City, St. Joseph, DEXVEK, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Free Reclining Chair Cars! )XLT- One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE BT LINE FOR :bTe"brsu3lca., Colorado, THK BLACK HILLS, ASt ALL FOISTS NORTH "WEST. A. C. DAWES. G. P. ic T. A Louis. Mo II. R. TODD. Gf n. Atrent, Nashville. Tenn. 3 QV harmless herbaifX Mm.!iM thit An cot in- Jnre the hrilth or interfere vnih one badness or Elaupe. It builds up ad imprort tLe senri he&Itb.c!&rfi ttie kin ud beatmthe complexion. No wrinkle or fifccUi follow thiA treatment. Endorsed by physicians and leading society Udies. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL COHFIDEIITUl. iUrmlam. fcurriaf. I ort ta Amrp tat fmrocmlan tm ti.B.v. r. siTUt, iTcitttncint cm;, u. Compound Syrup of Hypop mm WITHOUT DURHAM SUPPIiY GO'S Dry Goods OF New Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear. SEE OUR WRAPS! Never was our stock so large, our assortment so complete, our styles so beautiful. In fact we have the only Of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks to be found in Durham at present. THE LARGEST AND GRANDEST Shoe Department! IN THIS CARPETS Arc Ready 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 Dpi and Cleanins Worts! D..ing Light Suits and OveivoaU- A MT.CIALTY. Ladies' Garmsnts in Any Color ! SATISFACTION GUAKANTKLI'. W. H. BOGER ri:opi:iirron. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE flavin qualiGM tbU -I-iy as AdaJinbtnitor cf the estate ot Wfltm C'bLei;hJil!. l-cea.-l. ail i-erson bavin claims aruiuKt tre eLw ot said deceased are hereby co'iac to s reem saW claims to me before Krtoer 3X. JW. or this notice will be plead in lrar of teir recov ery. All persous InJkbied to &ald i:ate are notified to come forward nd settle at once. JAS. P. CII ISBN HALL. 0t. 3 1883. Adrn'r of Wm. Cbtaenhall. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PARALLEL O- CITY. ilKTB RUGS for In.j c:tio;i. Trinity College The character and public worth of h higher institution ot liurr in ia known by what it is antdiK H. LMirirtirthc pnt fu ty ynn I rinity College hu& rendered unatin'ed public crvic.- p. hAvin Ik en sustained by private eontritu tionaund Riven M-r efforts to the public wel fare. It fetand for progressive ioV.w and n the represent it tve of advanced thoutcht in public J I The l vn of her efforts las juirken'! every oh-r educational inlitutiou w ithin the run: cf hr iatiuenc. For "Xl 4 the foli. winjr a jHrtm nts are ojen for tnptrucofi j'.fter Aurut 31 : I. lhilopiital nivi Literary (frr A. II. can (iilates) 'I. Hietory. Political and Stx;ial Science (for Pn. 'J. cantUdateei. :i. s. icntltc t'-r II. f. candidates). 4. Technological (for II V. taiKiidates). 5. Law School Humraer term opens July 14). t. '1 hcoioideal (lor rr-ioLtterUl candidates). 7. Commercial Cjune (preparatory for busi ness purfuitfli. IJcfeidejs ihe-x.- th-r are thre fpecial choo!n with courw-s o. a r.ro pmcti al profcnlonal character : I. Th Norn:aI ?r!iool for Trj-h-r Ten course f prot.-fislocal instruction for one year.- r!i(nl f JouroalSm Prof. John I. Wttr. director. ure f i nut ruction In Knfl!h. L'jvlt-. Political fccience. IlLstory, SK.0:Ojry HiA Uily practical newspaper work reulred. 'A. ?ctuo! of finance, lonomlti and Ad ntiuUtratioti Two years courtct In the hlnr studl" relate-. I to public interest. ihet'oiietre ' pro I "t-1 w-ttti aiupie fuclotic s in the LHfxrWri-. Lit ririe- an I Kiectiic Plant for g1 iii ihv b -at itsiructiotiin exmma oTered. I he buildlneTi are t!.e finest and be-t aLtptcd in the sta'.e. The rtatf of Irtrj-tor is cten for its merit in aaJ devolou to tte wc-rkof laat inr tudent. 'It.': iirtiMpation of student in th 'ir own r"vem u ui in college will begin with the o;-e.'iinr of th? year, August 31. Koooi u-ay in.-B;'uredand iutereatlnjr Infor mation kItc-u free by Hppiicatlon by roail or In perw-a to JOHN I. CtiOWKLL. Prced't. Lnirham. N. C. University of North Carolina! KJfIP.KT Pacuity of :5 tcavLers. II LuiidiniT4, ; -.-ieriti3c U'ooraUinc. iibrry of 1J.0 U volumes. 3JG students. INSTKL'Cl !- Five mi neral courftts. 0 brief courses. prof-asinl iuifte la law, ucdicitiv. enrtne.-ri g aaJ chemistry. oi tional courses. EXPENSES Tuition, f 63 per year. Scholar eh4; and loans for the neciy. Airew PKEdl DENT WINSTON. wnapei hui, n.u.