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(I (V. ,!) TTIR r.t lHK T9 J! . It V OUSSEO and DlPfHjeSFD. EVIDKNCK r" JiO.- I'KItl I , VOL. IV. NO. 2f4. Christmas Number of The Daily and Weekly Globe! Going Out Next Month. It Will, as Usual, Be a Hummer COL CUPID IS IN IT I liiciv An,' Some Weddings in T(nn To-day. Many Arc tln People Who Seem to Be in It. SOME STARTED EARLY LAS T EVENING I'. ,,!! Who Cinne ;ml o- ISiicf lirvi tle of Interest to All KedTri of The ClaW. One of Ihc prettiest mai riages solemn ized In Durham this stason was that of Mr. James Hopkins to Miss Rosa Hollo way at the First IJaptist church yesterday afternoon at . o'clock. The church v. as hamlsomely decorated with white and yellow chrysanthemums, whose autumnal glories were rendered more brilliant by countless small lamps which softly illumined the semi-twilight of a dark November evening. The ushers, Messrs. W. W. Cheek, W. ('. Lyon, Albert Phipps and Vance IIol loway, found difficulty in seating the crowd despite the inclemency of the weather. Mr. Charley OTJriant acted as best man, Miss Lerena llolloway as maid of honor. The other attendants were: Mr. Leon llolloway, Miss l'eo Albright. Mr. Joe Kubanks, Miss Mittie Carlton. Mrs. J. M. Whined presided at the organ, and to the familiar strains of the wedding march the party entered the church at 5:10 o'clock. The bride wore a becoming traveling costume, preparatory to leaving on the 5:00 train for a northern tour. Kev. Mr. Tyree officiated, and imme diately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Hopkins, accompanied by their friends, repaired to the . & I), depot, where con gratulations and good wishes followed them out of siht. (or in a n Cole in an. A brilliant marriage took place at the First Baptist church, in the city of Dan ville, last night, the contracting parties being Mr. Thomas M. Gorman, of Dur ham, and Miss bailie Coleman, of Vir ginia. Mr. Junius Sneed, of this city, was best man; Miss Nannie Whitehead, of Chat ham, maid of honor. The other attendants were, Mr. J. B. Sparrow, Miss Kmpsic Wooding: Mr. Will Ycarby, Miss Louise Anderson ; Mr. Charlie Osborne, Miss Evelyn Wini bish; Mr. 11. E. Holland, Miss Mary liaine; Mr. Hunter Dalton, Miss Jennie Bethel ; Mr. John Jones, of Durham, Miss Jamie Averett, with little Miss Wo ealia Hunt carrying the wedding ring on a silver tray. The ushers were : Messrs. W. D. Jud kins, G. A. Lea, W. L. Gravely, F. S. Woodson, C. G. Holland. The bridal pair, amidst a shower of congratulations, left immediately after the ceremony on an extensive northern tour. The Globe, with other Durh&m friends, extends congratulations. " OUIUIAM, Another To day. Mr. W. T. Pollard, of this city, who is connected with the Globe warehouse, left this morning- for Wake county, accom panied by Rev. W. C. Tyree and a num ber of friends. He will be married this afterno n to Miss Ella Sorrel! at the resi dence of 1 1 j e bride's parents. Among the par.'y who left this morn ing to attend the marriage were Mr Dev. Koams, Miss Mattie Carlton ; Mr. Wes ley Cheek, Miss Lorcna llolloway; Mr. Henry Barbee, Mi9s Cora Satterwhite. Mr. Pollard, accompanied by his bride, will return to Durham this evening. A Hushel of Fills, 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 tniping, and does not debilitate. It quickly relieves the system of malarial poison, and cures constipation, Indiges tion, biliousness and sick headache. Do You Want a Position As drummer, teacher, clerk, manager, solicitor, book-keeper, mechanic, servant, etc. ? Address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The !ay" Kecorrt oi Onrent Kvent in the City antl Virility. Rev. John Scales says that with this cold snap, the Baptizing season ends. Look up the Racket Grocery bill of fare it will give you an appetite to read it. The rock crusher was run in last night for disturbing the peace on Man gum street. It will pay you to read the Racket Grocery 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. Col. J. W. Dowd will please accept the thanks from the Old Man for a beau tiful boquet rf roses which he gathered from his garden and sent to him. It was many and many a -ear ago, in a kingdom down by the sea, that then lived a man whom you may know, owed unto me a V. And he did not whack. The fine residence of Col. W. W. Fuller nears completion. It will make an elegant and desirable home and we are glad to see such men pin their faith to Durham. The season for ice cream is on until Christmas. Why not make ice cream exclusive!- in the winter? The ice is cheaper then you know, if yon care to freeze it yourself. It's all right for Col. John Walker to have a telephone line to his house, but when he insists that he can send a cord of wood over the line at one time it i- time for central to ring off. Two dollars to Lynchburg and re turn via Norfolk and Western railroad Shortest and quickest route. See the football game between Trinity college and the University of Virginia. Tickets sold November 10, good to return No vember 13. 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 fine opportu nity to secure a valuable truck farm just outside the city. For terms apply at this office. Tiik Globe does not care to kick, but it would remind Chief Woodall he had better pay a little more attention to his subordinates. This morning Col. John Mesley set one of Lis tailor gooses out to cool oil and the goose was making no noise and could not move. But because it was not muzzled, Oflice: Crabtree shot at the goose, missed his mark and struck the large watch sign of Colonel Postley, breaking the crystal, destroying the governor and almost if not quite ruining the throttle valve. We call upon Ed Lineberry to investigate this at the next council meeting. X. C, THURSDAY GET READY FOR THE REVIVAL MEETINGS I ! The First Baptist Services Closed Last Night. The Trinity Methodist Meeting -Still tiding On. MANY PEOPLE CHANGE FOR BETTER Karne: t and JMo.juciit Appeals Mailo to the Ungodly to Change Their Ways. For several weeks past special services have been held at different churches in the city and much good accomplished. All have closed now except the Trinity meeting, which is still in progress. The services at the courthouse last night were conducted by Pastor Beaman, in his usual able manner, and there will be preaching again to-night. The services at the First Baptist closed last night, and was a thoroughly success ful meeting, the church being revived and between thirty and forty persons professing religion. Thirteen have joined the Baptist church and others will unite with this and other churches. The pastor, Rev. W. C. Tyree, greatly endeared him self to his congregation by his earnest and consecrated labors. His sermons have been of a high order and his zeal and consecration is such as to attract all who hear him. IJucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sail Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by R. Blacknall & Son. OCCONEECHEE GETS THERE. The News and Observer Tells of the Horse Sale in Raleigh To-day. As at the State fair, so at the horse sale yesterdar, Occoneechee farm took the colors. "Typewriter," bay colt by Jolly Fair, out of Consolation, brought the highest price of any horse sold. To-day several animals from Occonee chee faun v. iii be offered, notably a chest nut filly by Pamlico, the two beauties, "Bessie Langhorne" and "Kitty Hawk," and "Jim Norwood," prize winner at the last Si ate fair. The Occoneechee brand ranks high ami the horse-loving public will do well to watch the offerings to day. VIOLENCE. That is what the ordi nary pills and bowel fj Jrf medicines depend upon. r?y? -That explains why your ' system is in a worse condition afterward than before. And that is the reason why Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets are the best things in the world for every stomach and bowel trouble. There's so disturbance, no reac tion afterward, and their help lasts. They absolutely and permanently cure Constipa tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches. One tiny, sugar-coated pranule is a gentla" laxative or regulator; three are cathartic. Thev're the smallest, the easiest to take and the cheapest, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. Buy of reliable dealers. With any others, something else that pays them better will Erobablr be urged as 44 just as good." Per aps it is, for t hem ; but it can't be, for you. For a perfect and permanent cure of Ca tarrh take Dr. Sac Catarrh Pvemedy. Stoles Opera House-Two NiiMs NOVEMBER 13-14. Mr. J as. Young, THE TALENTED VOO'O ACTOR, In Shakespearian Tragedy! Monday Evening Hamht. Tuesday Evening Richard IP. Prices, 25, 50 and 75 Cents. TICKETS ON SALE AT BLACKS A LLS. Owing to lenjrtb of performance, curtain will rise promptly at p. m. t EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1S93. Bi ll Wed i This is the lime 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 Gempound Syrup ol Hypophosphites ! 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, 16 ounce bottle SI. SEND ME our Prescriptions TIIEY WILL RECEIVE BIY PERSONAL ATTENTION! PLEASE ItEMEMREK 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 -fkom- MO, ST. LIE H mm -TO- Kacsas City, St. Joseph, dnyi:k, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Fret Reclining Chair Cars! OSI.Y One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE BEST LZNE FOK IS7e"braslCL, Cclcradc, THE BLACK RILLS, A.VD ALL POINTS NORTH WEST. A. C. DAWES. (J. H.iT.A, St. Louis. Mo H. K. TODD. Gen. AjK'Q. Nashville. Tnn. Jtitw the fc!th or ictertere with cue's business or pleasure. It builds up ai liuprottrs the jrtDtrvl emlth.clers the t-kin nd bntuj the complexion. No wrinkle or fiabbinew follo-w this tn-tmeiit. Endorsed by i hy tc.izm nd ledin society ldit. PATIENTS TREATED BY HAIL CONFIDENTIAL BinkM. 5 SLu-rtm. 6oi cruu m tcrp far jrocrt M il 8.. r. UTBEt, iiicni STiurii, cttcica, ILL m WT -0- DURHAM SUPPLY GO'S or New Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Drbss 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', Misses1 and Children's Cloaks to be found in Durham at present. THE LARGEST AND GRANDEST Shoe Department! T T TLTTC Arc Itcady for In.-pe'-'tion. OUR COUNTERS ARE NOW FILLED WITH NEW GOODS ! You will find Prices to Suit t!ic Times. Durham Supply Co. HAVE YOUR WINTER CLOTHING Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired -AT TUT. WINSTON-SALEM Steam DyiDg and Cleaning Works ! Din;r L'.rht Suit- u?d Owrvo'it: A I'Kt!.l.TV. Ladies' Garments in Any Cc!or ! s vtifaction ;i' ai: ti:i:i. rnoniiLTDK. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE: Hinsr 4ualitl-.l thi dy a A"I:nlnitrator vt the estate f Wi.'liam CGL"-nhu:, t!-et-ae!. all ier$jn hit ltv ciaircs arair.t t:i" -Mat? at ail ciairns to rue bt.ff.re ' ctwtK-r -K r this notice will pUal in bar of tb-;r recov ery. All ienJim iu'lebted to baii oiate are notified to cotne forwanl rifi -ttle a once. JAS. F. CHJSENHALL. Oct. Adm'r of Wm. CtUennaSL NEVER A J0MB3T0NE. l IT IS AIMS H YOU I.ITK MKN. ) PBICE FIVE CENTS. rtTTV Tli- ttii'.ru'Vr uu'l public worth of a hiyt.er iri-Titut i-tt ! l:irr;lfof I km-wri by wbat It in uii-i ix-H. Jn.-ri'ii t f.t iut fo tyj-ars irtuny Colb'Ke ba reni-n? l unntlfi'c'l public r Iim t., bavin been f-u,-.iiufl by private contribu tions ari'l kivcii hi-r efforts to the public wel fare. It KtanOi ltr protfrensi ve l:m ani ,n the rrpn-M.ntit I of ala:ic-l thought til public iili-. i he -:tven of hT effort I ui pji keif ! t-.i-rj i(icr lucarionl ! ?lfution wit hiii the i mi y tit i,T ir ll icnv. f-or I .'-i 4 ttn- 1A tf,s l'-partmcnts are f jy-n tor i rj -' met :': af tr A m.'ut .11 : I. 'hilpiin al l i.itert! y for A . 15. caii-diilut-) 'I. Hitory. I'oHticu! anl .Social Scieruetfor I'h. 11. cariuiif.it-t. i. .s lentinc dor H. S. -n'ltlatb 4. Techno! k n-ai (for If K. cun li iate . h. I .a w .-chojl i-u'iiU:er term ojens July 11). . 'J heloKicHl tlor ruirji-terlal cari'l Ida !. 7. t.onirnerclal ."ourhe (preiratory for busi ness puruit. Ilenll lh-- th' re arc thrr-e sp cial Kchotjls with I'OUiM-io. a ii.ore ructioil ; .of-ional charactT : 1. 1Uf 'rniul Srliool fr Terteliern Ten courses -t pf.f'-sJor;al lustrucliou for one year. 'J. ."m-'iohI ti .I'.i. riialim Prof. John I W'tU.r, 'lir.tt'r. ' 'inn of iri.iiuetlun in Hj.':iifj. l.'iVio.. Po:itical frcienc?. History. S.-ioJuy a:: l lai!y practical nt-riai-r work, re'p.lr 'i. bol of r'l ii. i ru e, Kronoiulr and Ad mloUt ration Two y-arV couth'- in tb hf'aer 'itu l;- r iaO I to public lrit-r-t il:".'aU-i pr s ; ! wst?J anip'e f aclhtii-a in the I-a r .f .ii.--, J.lt-r-iri an l l.:e.irc llan lor i lh'.- r i ia;ru;ctloa in counst s o'J-re.J. 1 no i-uiLIiriiare tie Sb'-st iwlapUd in the s'atc. The .-ta f Ii.-ii jt tM Is cr.ov. n for its Merit in ari'l .-i'i'n to the wo c of ): a. in et udeuti. '1 be articiitioa of fetudents in their own . rrif:i-;il in college will Lejfiu with the i--m;i- t u.-; )-ar. August :;f. lltMHii raiij li - l and liiteresliri infor mation ai en tin- h) ? plu-ati;i by tnaii or la Irv,n to JOHN I . CKuWKLU I'n-sd't. Durham, N. C. University of North Carolina! KfjriTMKM-Faculty of 'J, teachers. 11 buil iins. 1 : c.i i. is.- la'jorat'jriefl, lli-raryof s.i,so voluuii-. JenLs. l.vsflM CIKM-! :w ifcneral cjurses, 6 bn f i 'jars' , i r-.t course iu law, Kel:;-inH. er.vi:.ecri g a: d cLccnUtry, op tional CJUfTM a. LXI'ESSKS-Tuition. fOJ ptryear. SchoUr $L'p ind louni for the nexly. A . Irei K N T W I N STOX, Chapel Hill. N.O. T PARALLEL!