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I 4 i Ml t 4'. f f j rHJS DUJiHAM DAILY GLOBE, THUKSDAY , NOVEMBER 9 -I 4 f: j;1 ..ii: I 'i ? I... 1 1 4 - , t '' ' f I Mi ri 4 'it-. ' 1 ,l1 Hi !'1 '4 1 J - i 'I " I: Aml- i ' r ? s J . L f i ' 'I ! I, t I ( i . t i t i t ' )fl H . Jft' 1 ' i 1 MAYOR AFTER THEM! But Not After Them Like Our Re porter Saw It. By All the Green Trimmed Far He Should Come. AND COMING MAKE A HALT TO ALL T.'e '-snail Kolored Kids, and Spell 'Lin lJotli with K'b, Would Cherish Such a Job. The mayor had a light docket this morning, the only case being those of two colored urchins whose names are Will IJowliuK and Will Sellars, charged with Mealing coal from a II. & D car. The mayor discharged them upon their mothers r remising to gie them a sound thrashing. It strikes us it would have been well to have detailed an officer to wit nes9 the whipping, as the boys are small and were perhaps stealing coal to take to their homes, and it might have been that thf-y were obeying the commands of their parents in stealing the coal. There are many colored people who would not want anything better than to send their small children out to steal fuel, and then go to court ard promise to switch them, which they would not le likely to do. In Olden Times People overlooked the importance of per manent beneficial effects and were satis lied with transient action, but now thst 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. Call for the Horse iirand of Johnson's Magnetic Oil. It has no equal for the disease? of horses and cattle. Sold by W. M. Vearby. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitors In the City. Major W. A. Guthrie went to Raleigh to t'ay. lion. A. V. Graham, of Oxford, is in the city. Capt. J. F. Freeland has relumed to the ci 1 3-. Mr. Will Yearby returned home this morning. Mr. J. P. Petty, of New York, is at the Carrolina. Mr. Nelson M. King, of Greensboro, is here to day. Mr. Geo. E. Crabtree, of Baltimore, is here to-day. Mr. .1. T. Swanson, of Richmond, is at the Carrolina. Mr. J. R. Lindsay, of Yorkville, S. C , is in the city. I). C. Spilling, Esq , of Philadelphia, is in town to-day. Mr. Philip Pope, a popular knight of the grip, is here. Rev. R. C. Reamuu is spending the afternoon in Raleigh. Mr. .1. A. McDonough, of Richmond, is slopping at the Carroliua. Rev. Egbert W. Smith, of Greensboro, passed through last night. Traveling Passenger Agent Bragg, of the X. A: V. railroad, is in the city Mr .1. 1). Borshall, a prominent Raleigh attorney, passed through this morning. Mrs. Lewis A. Atkisson, of Burlington, is veiling her father, Talbot Smith, Esq , in Eat Durham. Cases of 10 years standing where oper ations have failtd, have been cured by Japanese. Pile Cuie. Guaranteed by V M. Yearby. Fcr good clerks, book-keepers, salts men, teachers, mechanics, etc, address with stamp. Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. WILL APPEAR IN DURHAM. What the Ljiuliljiiri; Advance Sa.vs of Mi . Young's IVi forniuiM e. The Lynchburg Aha c , speaking f the performance ot Mr. James Young, who will appear in the role of Hamlet, at Slokts hail, Mot; day night, says: A largi audi-r.o' witnessed the appearance of James Young, the young Baltimore tragedian, a- "Htm'.et." Iu physique, ami in the delivery of his lines, he re called to many the appearance of young Frederick Pauldina in the same role something like a dozen years ago. Mr. Young is a finished actor and Lis intir pretation of the role deserves much praise. The absence of rant ami un natural po. ing is also to be commended. He may not livcom-j a great tragedian in the future, but one thing is certain, he will make hi mark on the stage. Miss Rida Johnson's impersonation of "OpLe lia" was charmiug and the young lady received much merited applause. The "Poloneus"' of Samuel Giecn, the vet eran actor, was a finished pitce of work, and several others of the cast did credit ably. "Hamlet" has been presented here by worse companies, and old actors have not done so well In the title role. A veritable family medicine box, Beech am's Pills. GETTING READY. The Trinity Nine Getting Ready for the Football Game Next Saturday. Dr. Crowell writes: The college cam pus is green with posters announcing the coming game at Lynchburg between the Trinity team and the University of Vir ginia. The team is in regular practice and will be in good condition by Satur day. The trip i3 so inexpensive a3 to en able any one to go ; there will be a good representation from the park. Trinity Historical Society has elected the following officers: Prof. R L. Fhw ers, president; L. T. Ilartsell, vice presi dent; Prof. E T. Byuum, corresponding secretary ;J II Fitzgerald, secretary and treasurer. The football association of Trinity col lege has received a car load of Pocahontas coal with the compliments of the Norfolk and Western Railroad company. BIG RMLROAD MEETING. The Seaboard Air Line lias Its Anuual Meeting in Raleigh To-day. All the different divisions of the Sea board Air Line have their annual meet ing of stockholders and directors to day at Raleigh, Messrs Leo D. Heaitt and George W. Watts left on the 9:30 train this morning to represent Durham's in terests in the meeting The Adv-rt!sinc Of Hood's Sarsaparillii is always within the bounds of reason because it is true ; it always appeals to the sober, common sense of thinking people because it is true; and it is fully substantiated by en dorsements which, in the financial world would be accepted without a moment's hesitation. Hood's Pills cure live ills, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, iudi gestion. 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. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. The J'reshleiit Designates Nov. 30 as the Day for National Gratitude. Washington, Nov. 3. The president to-day issued the following Thanksgiv ing proclamation : By th3 president of the United States of America : While the American people should every day remember with praise and thanksgiving the divine goodness and mercy which have followed them since their beginning as a nation, it is fitting that one day in each year should be es pecially devoted to the contemplation of the blessing we have received from the hand of God, and the grateful acknowl edgement of his loving kindness. Therefore, I, Grover Cleveland, presi dent of the United Stales, do hereby designate and set apart Thursday, the 30th day of the present month of Novem ber, a day of thanksgiving and praise to be kept and observed by all the people of our land. On that day let us forego our ordinary work and employments and assemble in our usual places of worship where we may recall all that God has done for us, and where from grateful hearts our united tribute of praise and song may reach the throne of grace. Let the re-union of kindred and the social meeting of friends lend cheer and en joyment to the duty and let generous gifts of charity for the relief of the poor and needy prove the sincerity of our thanksgiving. Gkovek Clevkland. By the president : Walter Q GitEsn am, Secretary of State. When r.ahy wns si'jk, we pa e her Castorla. Wl:t n slit- wtis a Child, she cried tor Castoria. H lien she became- MR1, -he clung to Castor ia. "hen she had Claldi-eu, liio avethvux Castoria. ABOUT THE FAIR Wh-t Colonel Norton Did or Did Not Say Concerning the Show. Colonel Charley Norton is a peculiar man. He called and wanted to know where the Old Man was, and was told that he was lying flat and prostrate on his back, with a large and tempting dose of roomatism. Colonel Norton said he was glad to hear it. This aroused the ire of the Old Man and he sought Colonel Norton. "How are you ?" aked Norton. "None of your business how we aie,'' replied us with r. look of withering Skorne. "Did you see ihe World'.- fair?'' asked the colonel "Where vas il V ' we asked with ftigned surprise. "In Lake Michigan, and Indiana and all along the shore," replied the colonel. "No we did not sec and do not want to see ii," we again replied with that same Stern Look. It was at this juncture that we buritd the colonel on Mangr.m street and the winds so cold and cruel this morning a;e sighing over EST His Cares. Japanese Pile Cure is the only one that can be guaranteed, as it is th? only cure. Sold by V. M. "Vearby. For Sale. A me all s-afe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbmk scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wm. Lipscomb, Durham ' A Famous Steamboat Bace. The famous race between the Hanni bal City and the Ocean Spray occurred in 1859. Prior to this race the Ocean Spray had splendid records. The race was from St. Louis to Keokuk. The early part of the race was very close, and the excitement was intense. When pearing Bissell's point, the Ocean Spray found the Hannibal City passing her. The mate on the Ocean Spray, one Davis, becoming desperate, ordered the head of a barrel of turpentine to be knocked in. His men were then ordered to dip the wood in this turpentine before putting it in the furnace, the object being to quickly increase the steam pressure. The Ocean Spray was supposed to carry only ICO pounds of steam, but Davis thought that by "putting an other nigger on the safety valve" he could run the pressure up to 200 pounds and distance his rival. In carrying the dripping wood to the furnace the track became satu rated with turpentine, which caught fire from the open furnace. The flames quick ly reached the barrel. An attempt was made to throw the barrel overboard, but it exploded, and the burning oil being scattered all around the boat was soon a mass of flames. Scott Matron was captain on the Han nibal City. Ho was a brave and gener ous man, and in this instance these two qualities made his name famous. Not withstanding the imminent danger, he ran his boat alongside the burning one and rescued every person on board. Da vis, the mate of the burned boat, was afterward convicted and sent to the peni tentiary for such gross violation cf the rules of safety. He was later pardoned. -St. Louis Letter. Stealing Ideas. It must be surprising to the uninitiated to see how soon fashions become general ized in Paris. A "creation," a new fash ion, is hardly out of an exclusive house of the Rue do la Paix hardly out of the workrooms, it might be said when 3ou see it copied in the show windows of the Louvre and the Bon Marche, where it can be bought for less than one-fourth of the price asked by the great couturiers. At first the rulers of dress thought that some of their workpeople were bribed to give points, but they soon discovered that tho pilfering of ideas took place in the showrooms instead of the workrooms. The Louvre and the Bon Marche engaged handsome, distinguished looking young women, dres'ed them as if they had $20, 000 a year and were accustomed from infancy to having and wearing the best, gave them a private carriage and had them go to the great costumers to order garments "just come out." These afterward served as the models of things which the week after you might buy by the dozens. The large ehops resort to this means to obtain nov elties not only in the beginning of the season, but all the year round, and the couturiers have no way of avoiding the sales, for their showrooms are open to all who wish to purchase and give or ders. To be sure these couturiers make most of their creations for authentic princesses and duchesses, but here also the shops gr-t the best of them. Cor. New York Tribune. We Owe the Hut to Asia. We owo the hat to Asia, for it was in that country that the art of felting wool was hrst known, and from the mot re mote periods the art was carried by the orientals. In India, China, Burmah and Siam hats are made of straw, of rat tan, of bamboo, of pith, of the leaf of the Tall port palm and of a large variety of grasses. The Japanese made their hats of paper. The modern hat can be traced back to the petasurs worn by the ancient Romans when on a journey, and hats with brims were also used by the earlier Greeks. It was not until after the Roman con quest that the use of hats began in Eng land. A "hatte of biever," about the middle of the twelfth century, was worn by cue of the nobles of the land. Frais sort describes hats and plumes which were worn at Edward's court in 13-10, when the Garter order was instituted. The merchant in Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" had "on his head a Flaunderish beaver hat," and from that period on ward there is frequent mention of "felt hattes." Washington Star. A- & XT , Both the method and results yrheu "Jyrtip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant rind refreshing to the taste, and acts p?:iUy yet promptly en the Kidney.?, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the fvs t:rn cflectaally, dispels colds, he:ul a.'iics and fevers and ciirc-s habitual ec::stipation. Syrup of Fig3 i3 the only remedy cf its kind ever pr- duced, pleasing to tlie taste ana ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial iu it3 effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the mosl popular remedy known. Syrup cf Figs is for sale in 50c and 31 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druirnit v.-ho may not have it on hand will pi -cure it promptly for any cce who wishes to try it. I)o not accept air, substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAS FRANCISCO, CAL. I Exploded Traditions u Old Tale. Both South college and the Athen.tum have their new blasted traditions. As to the former, it has been alleged in New Haven anu at least one promiiifiit ar ctueologist has indorsed the story i hat about the time the college was built there was a mysterious hiatus of grave stones in the old cemetery on the New Haven green. The tradition then averred that these stones had been built into the fireplaces of South college, where they w'ot;ld be found when the structure was pulled down. Hero v.-as the fine hint for a college ghost story, based on a spectral apparition of the affronted owner of one of the stones, but, if ever penned, it is outlawed now by the discovery that ever' fireplace in Old South was cf sim ple brick. Then, again, President Stiles' diary notes the confession of a student that he had stolen the college Bible, dropped it between the courses of mason work dur ing the building of the Athenaeum (17CG), and that there the sacred volume had been bricked up a myth proved so now by the fall of the Athenaeum's wall- without the filched Bible's reappearance. New Haven Cor. New Y'ork Post. The Order I'leased the Cook. The following story is told on a mis sionary of the China inland mission, a bachelor keeping house for himself in the eou thorn part of China: One" morning, in ordering his dinner, he wished to tell Ins cook to buy him a chicken. Instead of saying "ye"' for chicken he aspirated the word, saying "Bay me a 'che.' :' His cook thought that was an eminently proper command and went about his marketing in high good humor. At noon ! the missionar found no chicken cooked ! in fact, no dinner at .'ill. fur bis cook had ! I i 1 11 . -! .! il not returned. aiKiin u;ir;i me mau came back, saying: "This was not a good day for buying wives, and I have i been ail day looking for one. but at last I found one for you. She is rather old and not pretty, but you can have her cheap. I have promised ? 10 for her." New York Independent. POMONA HILL NURSERIES. POMONA, N. C. OVER A MILLION FRUIT TREES, GRAPE VINES, SHADE TREES, ORNAMENTAL TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, ETC. Send for Catalogue ! ADDRESS, j VAN UND3LEY, j i i POMONA, N. C ! LOST mSi MAM Lack t Con."dr-:ice, . of the dener:. :x s. f errors, c-r exct -.ive s.o Jnfirm-'ty, C--nf x-rr v-c:rt . '. :r.t t. r .;" -. r ... - .. BEFORE AND AFTr.R UfTNG. 7"."0?. Cil C L ..r i For Salo by Y. 51. Yearby. W0 -r- I e3. X iJrlinoisi. V.vil IrcJii:is. -:ic!; ifS'niif.t-. ii(e, .NcrvcnsiH k, ali drains un-i Imsof p;''' r'.n c."i,f rativc (rz:.: of fithr sex can.' i gfel byoTiTPxertion.TOBtliOilorr' r n, c". ivr; pso of t-t.ii.cco. opt uir. fP V T. or stimulants wtilch !ad to Ir!irLr:'!'y. ; :;imptlo:i an1 Inr.r. :ity. Con .renlntto carry tn vc-'t t:c !;. JJy prii . 1 ! plain bit to at-y WgtWw&s'" nil dniacist?. Ask BEFORE AM ATTtB l'SI0. Address AEXiVE For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS Co., and by W. M. Druggists. S. W. EOLMAN Sl GO. Sanitary Engineers AND Electrical Contractors ! WHOLESALE AXli itlV! AtL UKALEKS IN Ail Kinds of Material and Tools Electricians, Machinists, Pluabers, Gss and S'eam Fitters. CONTKACTOKS T'JH HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER! ai:nts roi; THE NATIONAL HOT WATER HEATER COMPANY. SELLING ACLSTS I OK Catalogues, Vtiga Lit?, Etc., Vv 1 1 5 .'.'.MCisiCi " A VETERAN'S VERDICT. The War is Over. A Well-known Sol dier, Correspondent and Journal ist Makes a Disclosure. Indiana contributed her thousands of brave soldiers to the war, and no state bears a bet ter record In that respect than it does. In literature it is rapidlj acquiring an enviable place. In war and literature Solomon Yewell, well known as a writer as "Sol," has won an honorable position. Dur ing the late war he was a memler of Co. M, 2d. N. V. Cavalry and of the 13th Indiana In fantry Volunteers. Regarding an important circumstance he writes as follows: "Several of us old veterans hero are uing Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills, all of them giving -p'endid satisfaction. In fact, we have never u-ed remedies that compare with them. Of the Pills we must say they are the best com bination of the qualiiies required in a prep a rat ion of their nature we nave ever known We have none but words of praise for them. They are the outgrowth of a new principle in medicine, and tone up the system wonder fully. We say to all, try these remedies." Solomon Yewell, Marion, lnd., Dec. 5, lsP2. These remedies are sold by all druggists on a positive guarantee, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd., on re ceipt of price, SI per bottle, six bottles 85, ex press prepaid. They posit ively contain neither opiates, nor dingerous drugs. Sold by W. M. Yearby, Durham. An Agent in Every Town of North Carolina. GONZALES & WITHERS, COLUMBIA, S. C, DEALF.lfS IN Typewriters, Bicycles and Specialties. 5 THE SCROLLER TRAY TRUNK k-Tfa J& Z. ?i The Most Convenient Trunk ev:r DEV1GCD. rrHE TRAY is arr.mged to roll back, leav ing thv. V 'toia of the Tnink ca?y of ac cess. Nothing tfi -n-.-.J: r.v out. of order. The Tray can be nTic 5 v.ii if i"sirerf, and to buy this style is a c,!avai'tee that you will get the strongest Tn-.-it mivhi. If your Dealer ea&TiC't furnish you, notify tho manufacturer?, H. W. ROUNTF1EE &. QRO., Richmond. Va. )DD RESTORED J : : - ti c '.vonoerlui rcmccy is m... s :isca-es pucli as Wctk Mi, ' .! i:t: .o..' r':!Kiv I .inn;;jons, j.h urcai Xcr .'..-.r.f I..tr?itt;'.:p, v.'.l drains and loss cf fowci c-.i.. vl by ,v r exertion, youthiu . .i;. ), ( ;-i . c . !-tJ:ii,il.T!s which s n lead r.:i !,v .!., P'.t v cr,r.vrn!iT,t to carry i: ;.i : '.: ; ;:.;:':!:; ' ..'ivaddrc-s f-.r $ , .r V '. -r.'i. r vi-'r-r. cutrsrtce t: cr re fund ti: i)rf use a -i::n.. ' I v" xv.:-': - 'f - r 1 fc. j Mailed on Ileceipt of 1'rici'. ure Ilcadiiche. Vs;kttilie4, I,r--t 5i jmlioo-i, JV'igJitiy Kmliil!, Slx-rt'tiMTPv for IS! each, or C f :r t.. (Mi!li-vcrj' oriier M-s!-.e wrif trn araarastee to cur- on -t "uiiil th uunrT.I i'i,r f.rilo . for It ni.rl jttvent no other. ! llCl'I.A II HtKI.. sr.DCO., Janoulc 1 ewplc, 4 Liciuo, 1:1 VEARUY Furnisheil on Application. mwin is school WIL'. BE RE-ORGANIZED" In Y. M.C. A. Hall T'ESO'Y, OCTOBER 24. SjHeij! fsivtory :ii..l luralr .fts. Tmr-r less'ins in t-x'k Kropinir. f ii (). lUH)k-kct i-ii I pupils hv.M o- iu-t to all classes in n nnhi Tw nf !osots in ponnianhir f2rJ II. iir? - ito k kct'pii;r iay class. ;J t 4 ' Tht c K-S. !! l- 'it. j.t ..;:M!-"jip. iJay clu?jj , ' ro r:."J : i.i-ia 10 ! : !niiy cxc'it an : lay. 'I vv. Bol-l .:.! v,i!i 1 a'v;jr , or if1 ! i-pr. . i-rr. u ;o p nv - i- -hip t ,j 'MI 'or lt -t r. - :ii T 1 r.i ( ':! i i.ri i ( j liitlMi) i;iv;ii'!f if Liy. Hi',!ii,li,i;i f ll;r.(. i mint' trtMU niif laniiiy .'x otluction p r oat Un.'.' un!cs.c:i'si ;1 l-y pi .-t acted Bickn pt ciniors of per ni:r. ship f 1 ft- uponapp'ua rion. t'utdic u iorro'l to former pupils in n - tiruo. S-e ciri-uiHr Ii. Ii. 1 1 Li LtKJ A V , Durham, Oct. Principal. OYSTERS ox HALF SHELL 25 CENTS A DOZEN -AT- n. SAMPLE ROOM. Give Me a Call. 1 14 Church St., Durham, N. C, 9 g7 s' Stall No. 9, City Market. IN STOCK: Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables iu Season FrcriL Country letter and Poultry a Specialty. GIVK ME A CALL. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives Durham. 2 22 a in li a ra 2 a m 5 25 a m Arrives Durham. T 15 p m 4 15 a m Arrives Ourbam. 8 33 p ra 8 2 j a in li. A; I), li. It. Depot, loot Corcoran yt. l'abt-euger for Greens. 1'abstenger lor Golds, lljcpress tor GoUlslioro Express lor Greeusljoro O. & C. 11 K. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Express for Richmond Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass. for Keysv. Kt.and Pass. Vm Keysv. l). '& n7h. ic Depot, foot Corcoran St. Mail and E x press Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and I'assenKer Leaves Durham. 2 3U a in 4 ') ') u m U 32 a m 5 2'J p m Leaves Durham. 15 a ni 7 : a m Leaves llurhara. 5 5j a m ti 15 pm nouns rou closing mails at dlk- UAH I'OSIOFI ICL. Goldsloro and G reenloro express train No. 11 South and Wtot at !:J p. m. Henderson and Durham R. P. O. train No. North and East N. C. and Va.at :w p. m. Goldsboro and GreenslKiro R. P.O. E. train No. !) East and South li. C, S. C. and 1 ia at 1:J a.m. Lynchburi? and Durham R. P. O. tiaiu No. Z - North and West at 2:25 p. m. Goldsboro and GteensU.ro R. P. O. V. . tr.t;n No. if North. South anl West at r,:ii0 j. 1. Keysville and HaleiKh R. P. O. train No. 1 North and West at 0:i.U a. ni. tIold3tK)ro and Greenslxjro express train 12 Raleiifh at M.h0 p. ru. Moms of Collection from Stieet L-ttr lloxex. Jeneral :l't a. m , p.nl 3 Vi p m. Musirn fS Section 7:10 p. rc. 1 1, nil! FrintiDQ Bbm RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. t PUBLISHERS OF "G03TEDESATE SCEAP B00Z," Price by Mail. $1.50. H0WITZEB SOUVEIHR Pnc by Mail, 28 Ctt. OtAt by Mall roU Prompt Attention. J. W. HUTCHINS -AT- City Market, Stall No. 1, GETS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE IILM A CALL.