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VOL. IV. NO. 319. UUEHAJI, X. C, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, IS94. PRICE FIVE CENTS. f FOR A good Dwelling House, containing eight rooms, with bath, within three minutes of court house. One well-lighted Store Room in Parrish Building. Five Rooms in Parrish Building for Bed Rooms, with bath. One Cottage Dwelling with five room on East Main street. Apply to T. M. G-ORMAZIT, Agent. book: store i X. J. GrJLTXIS & SON'S IS HKADOCARTERS FOR BIBLES, RELIGIOUS BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, And everything usually found in a first-class store. AROUND THE TOWN. WHAT A GLOBE-TROTTER SEES AND j HEARS. Itemized Interview anil Sketchy Scraps of Town Topics briefly Jotted Down. ! Travel is heavy now and the trains are full. For several days the Richmond ' and Danville train has carried ah extra ; coach. Yesterday there were over two hundred through passengers carried over this road. The train to day was over an hour late. A number of students return ing the A. and M. college and to St. Mary's school were aboard. Rev. J. E. Underwood, who has been for several years pastor of the Metho dist church in Burlington, passed through here this morning on his way to Rocky Mount, his new charge. Rev. L. E. Thompson, who succeeds him as pastor of the church in Burlington, has already arrived and taken charge. There will be an important meeting of the Knights of Pythias at 7:30 o'clock this j evening in their castle hall, Parrish building. There is busi ness of importance to transact that will not admit of delay. Every member is requested to be on hand and to be in good time. The fire department requests the people, in view of the approach of the windy season ; to be careful about leav ing litter and trash in their yards. These inflammable piles are likely to cause trouble, and "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." The remains of Mrs. A. C. Mansfield, 0 who died of pneumonia in East Durham yesterday afternoon, were carried on this morning's train to Pittsboro, where the interment will take place. The family accompanied the remains. L. T. Howard & Co , are having the tre room next to the Postal telegraph office, and just below the First National bank remodeled and painted, prepara tory to opening a general grocery and provision store. James Banks, colored, was hauled up before Mayor Peay this morning charged with assaulting Julius Smith, on Pea body street but was discharged, the evi dence being insufficient to convict. The Postal Telegraph company's new otllce is redolent with the smell of new paint. The office will be neatly fitted up, and is quite an improvement on the stand in the big window. To-night a german will be given by the young gentlemen of the city in the hall over the First National bank. Four teen couples will take part. Sugar to day touched the lowest point known. It was selling in lots at 4.34 in New York. COMING AND GOING. Durham People on the Move and Visitor in the City. Miss May Gattis is suffering from an attack of the grippe. Mr. D. S. Mangum went down to Ral eigh to day on business. Miss Blanche Williamson, of Graham, is visiting Miss Madge Morehead. Mr. S. W. Holman, who was injured in a runaway last week, is out again. Mr. Dualap, who has been suffering with the grippe.has about recovered from its effects. Col. Al Fairbrother, the former pro prietor of The Glodk, left this morning for New York. Mr. Charles W. Edwards, of the sen ior class has been appointed signal officer at Trinity college for the State Weather Service. Capt. J. F. Freeland and Mr. C. II. Branch, traveling salesmen for the Mai lory cheroot company, went out on the road again this morning. InT AT TRINITY PARK. THE COLLEGE OPENS WELL FOR THE SPRING TERM. The Faculty Hard at Work Recitations Regularly liegun Everything Working Smoothly. To day is opening day on Trinity Park, The halls are lively with scenes of hand fchaking and reminscence. Tie holiday vacation has brought back a very good contingent of new students, as fine a class of young men as have entered at this part of the year in along while. The new comers will number 25 at least by the beginning of the week. Everything in the way of a prompt beginning has been done. The programmes are up and the classes are being met by the profess ors on schedule time. The custom of taking several days at the opening of each term to get things started stands a fair chance to b: abolished at this rate. More comfortable and better kept build ings could hard!' be found in any col lege for young men. When one enters the buildings he finds himself in an at mosphere that is at once pure and warm a grateful sensation that is not gener ally met with in public buildings. Mrs. Carr has charge, as usual, of the Inn dining room. The sight is attractive as the hall is filled with cheerful youth and young men under the bright electric lights. It is difficult to imagine how much has been gained in a few years in the comforts and privileges of college life. In nothing has this been more evi dent than in the mode of living in a col lege now and a quarter of a century ago. Among the new courses offered this term are those in sociology by Dr. Crowell. bychology for teachers by Professor Cranford, in American literature by Professor Weber, in American history by Professor Bynum, in history of educa tion by Dr. Crowell, and in contemporary legislation by Professor Nicholson. In the absence of Professor Ilinde, who has gone home to Missouri to recuperate the work will be divided among the sev eral professors of the department. Pro fessor Crawford will at as financial agent for the college daring the coming term, spending time in both conferences. The position of superintendent ot grounds and buildings has been abolished and the duties of the position divided among other officials and professors. Mr. High has been put in charge of the elec tric light plant. The literary societies have their regu lar meeting on Friday night. Professor Crawford has been added to the library and reading room committee. The college community will attend the dedicatory services at Trinity church in , , . 3 I The Most Pleasnt Waay large numbers on bunday. ... rr, , ill t- i ..i. Of preventiug the grippe, colds, head- The chapel has been supplied with new . , , . b ' F ' ' , . m . . , . ,. , . . aches, and fevers is to :;3e the liquid lax hymn books for devotional exercises by . . , . T.J. Gattis & Son, of Durham. J. ABNER HARRELL. The Well-Known YVeldon Job Printer Is rtM.) News reached here thU morning that J. Abner Harrell.the widely known Wel don job printer, died in Henderson yes terday, after a short illness. He has run a job printing office at Weldon for a good many years and accumulated some prop- erty in the business. . He was a candidate for the position of public printer of the United States and , claimed to have assurances of success in obtaining the position. Move Along don't stand idle. Its the man who keep- moving that generally succeeds in life You can't help moving on when taking o : r . u i t. -i Simmons Liver Hejulator. It cleanses the system from all poison and sends the blood through the veins at a good round pace. The Uegulator is the insurance ,- .,, t i: ,of: i r. policy against Indigestion and Dyspep- sia. Nothing malarious about Simmons Liver Regulator. IN THE HANDS OF A RECEIVER Durham Farmers' Alliance Store in a Tangle. Stockholders Wrangled Among Them selves. R. W. BAILEY TEMPORARY RECflVER Many Stockholders Kefued to Subscribe to the Incorporated Concern, and This Caused the Trouble. The Farmers' Alliance store is in the hands of a receiver. Application for the appointment of a receiver was filed yesterday, and Judge Winston appointed ll. W. Bailey t the present manager of the store, receiver until the January term of the superior court, when both sides will be heard and a permanent receiver appointed. The Alliance store was started in April, 1891, the stock being subscribed by Al liancemen in three or four counties. In July, 1892, R. W. Bailey, the present manager, took charge. It was thought to have been incorpor ated from the beginning, but the person to whom thi3 was intrusted failed in his duty, and the concern was not regularly incorporated until last April. At that time many of the old stockholders refused to subscribe to the incorporated stock and here the trouble began. A few days ago some of these stock holders put their claims in the hands of attorneys, and were preparing to sue the corporation for the amount of their stock. To do justice to all the stockholders and creditors, it was decided best to put the concern in the hands of a receiver. The store seems to have done a good business, and could have tided over the hard times had it not been for the divis ion among the stockholders. Mr. Bailey filed his bond for $500 this morning. The stock is all owned by farmers and is in sniaii amounts. The stockholders are scatttd over a good part of Wake, Chatham, Person, Orange and Durham counties. HANLEY IN "THE PLAYER." The Full Play to JJe Presented Hils .Evening. Last night Lawrence Hanley and his company were to appear at Stokes Hall 1 in "Tbe ayer," preceded by one act from "Romeo and Juliet" as a prologue At .irst Hanley appeared and stated that the company had been unable to ar range for an orchestra and that it had been impossible for them to get up the stage properties required in the presen tation of the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet." Therefore he would not resent the play then, but would present j i. in 'uil to night. After the audience had growled at the box office a bit, the management con cluded to play, and presented "The Player." Hanley is an excellent actor himself, aud even under the depressing circum stances, he did well. His support is good for the most part, though one of the actresses has a weak voice and can scarcely be heardt all. To-nieht "The Player" will be pre sented in full, preceded by the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet." And Mr. Hanley will no doubt have an oppor- i tunity to do himself justice lcmcu v ur "ucut:Y" me sysiem neeus a genue, yei euecuve cleaning. To be benefited one must get the true remedy manufactured by tC California tig Syrup VO. ouly. t OT lixr 11 rirnfTtriata in fifto nr? 41 hnt. j - ties. A. Golden, druggist, Birmingham, Ala., writes; "Please publish some of the tes timonials I have sent you for Japanese Pile Cure." Sold by W. M. Yearby. A Valuable Addition lo lhe cuijuary list is Borden's Peerless Brand Kvaporated Cream, an absolutely 'pure, unsv ectened condensed rntlk so carefuliy prepared that it Keeps indea- , niteiy and is nlways available for every iecipe cading for milk or cream, W luted Rich and poor, to know I they can borrow from $10 to $5.iKX), re turnable $1.0 per month for each $100. ' VV'il !i.hii nn furms sprnnrl morfi'fttrpa auj -r-onal securities in city orcountry. Sen 2 cut addressed Ramped envelope : for parikuiurs, or call on ! i S. MlTC cncLL, Agent, Kicnmond, Va. ; For A srna11 safe Herring patent, and a pair ot Fairbank scales No. 5, portable, fcb for c&sh Apply tQ Wm. Llp-omb, I Durham. FIRE-ALARM BOXES. WHERE THEY ARE AND WHERE TO FIND THE KEYS ! A Complete I.Ist KevUetl to Date-Cut It . Out and Paste It in Your Hat. As there has been lately a good deal of confusion in regard to the location of the fire-alarm boxes and where their keys are kept, The Globe publishes a revised list of all fire boxes in the town of Dur ham, their location and the location of the keys for each box Box 15, Mangum street, kes at Spence Chamberlain's residence, T. S. Christian's residence, Charley Howerton's residence. Box 10, corner Cleveland and Liberty streets, keys at J. A. Holloway's resi dence, Oscar Adams' residence, Monrcx Warren's residence, Hopkins House. Box 24, corner Bamseur and Dillard 6treet, keys at Dr. A. G. Carr's residence, P. W. Vaughan's residence, J. W. Dowd's residence, J. S. Carr's residence, I. M. Beams' residence. Box 25, corner McMannen and Proc tor streets, keys at II. Markham's res idence, S. R. Carrington's residence, D C. Mangum's residence, S. K. Perry's residence. Box 32, corner Blackwell's factory, keys at Hotel Carrolina, Blackwell's fac tory, K. & D. depot. Box 34, corner Lea and J ackson streets keys at S. R. Hunt's residence, J. H. Maynor's residence, Sam Dickson's residence. Box 35, Main street, Duke's factory, keys at H. C. Brandon's residence, Globe warehouse, Duke's factory. Box 42, Morris street, keys at J. M. Whitted's residence, J. R. Patton's resi dence, M. II. Jones' residence, T. II. Mar-! tin's factory. s Box 43, corner Main and Mangum streets, keys at W. A. Slater & Co's store, Sneed & Thomas' drug store, Reams Warehouse, Vaughan's drug store, Par rish Warehouse. SUPERIOR COURT. The Civil Calender for the January Term, 1891. At a meetini? of the Durham bar. held .- xi.- .1 r ... m uie cierK s oince, j:nuary, , u. was agreed that the following shall be the civil cases set for the term : Monday, January 'Z'.l, No. 140. Bowling vs. Parrish. " 14.5. Bowling vs. Parrish et al. 147. Carlton vs. Carlton. 148. Tucker, Smith & Co. vs. Man gum. 149. Hayes vs. Sheeron. Tuesday, January 173. Shepherd vs. bhepherd et als. 34. Blacknall vs Rowland ic Cooper No Thursday, January 5. No. 150. Maynard vs. Morris. 159. Smith, et al., vs. Carter. 100. Lockhart vs. Ballard et al. ii Friday, January 2G. No. 163. Foster vs. Smith et al. " 104. Bullock vs. Freeman. " 1G5. Dahlborn vs. Crowell. Motion Docket. No. 3. Andrews et al vs. Rigsbee et al. " 1)2 Morris vs. Herndon. " 138. Latta vs. Goodfoe. " 144. Western National bank vs. Ballard et al. " 155. Hurst et al. vs. Walker. Cases not reached on the day of which they are set will be placed at foot of calendar for the following day ; if then not reached, they will stand continued for the term. Witnesses in cases not set upon the calender need not attend at tLis term and will not be allowed to prove. Witnesses in cases set for trial can only prove for the day on which the case is set and the next succeeding day, unless ' sooner discharged. By order of the! -...ip h ii t t Clerk Superior Court. Hucklen'u Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cut Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapjed hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and jitively cure?s Piles, or no pav reiuired. It is guar - anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or rnonev r , , e ,, A ., 1 r r refundei. Price 2o cents rxr box. rorsaie; by R. Blacknall & Son. A Cultivated Taite tt'nn'il nntnrollv lad a norenn nnitos.in t i . . f . I. L . . L . . 1 . I I .i ii iu picicr lueut'si inins ouiaiuauie anu guard against imperfections. The Gail Borden Eagle Brand Condensed Milk ig UDequailea in quality. A trial will prove its desirability. Johnson's Oriental Soap is tie mo-,! delicate facial soip for ladies' use in ex istence. Sold by VV. M. Yearby. The honest public sentiment of the people of the United b;ates is unani mously in favor of Dr. Bali's Couijh Syrup. The dealers pro. .ounce it to be the only standard c ugu remedy. Johnson's Magnetic Oil cure all pain and it will never return again. Internal and external for man and beast. Sold bv W. M. Yearby. The celebrated remedy, Salvation Oi is recommended by experienced veteri nary surgeons as just the thing for the atablp And rattle vrih . stable ana came varus. It will astonish you Low quick John- ann'a Mctt etb O-i . " LM .11 r. ir son s 31ag?iCt5c Oil n,a kid all pains Sold by W. M, Yearby. THE GRAND LODGE. WILMINGTON GIVES THE MASONS A HEARTY WELCOME. A Prosp-rons Yrar Anions Hie Tree and Accepted"- A l ull Atten dance. Special Corre.'poc lence to The (iLobe. Wilmington, N. C.Jan. 3. The grand lodge was called to order at half past seven o'clock on the evening of January 2, by Grand Master Cotton, and was opened with the usual ceremonies. Reports were made by the grand mas ter, grand secretary and grand treasurer, these reporting a very prosperous year. Receipts since the last report of the gaand secretary foot -up $5,439 de rived from the following sources : Dues, $5, 195.50; ?harter, T90; dispensations $40 ; sales of code, $12'GS ; diplomas, $2 The attendance is large and much in- terest is shown. The Wilmington Masons have givcif the grand lodge a hearty welcome anil have arranged a line programme for their entertainment. Wilmington is noted for her generous hospitality and she will well sustain her reputation. Hood's and Only Hood's. Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully pre pared from sarsaparilla, dandelion, man drake, dock, pipsissewa, juniper berries and other well known remedies, by a pe t culiar combination, proportion and pro cess, giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura live powers not possessed by other medi cines. It eil'ects remarkable cures when other preparations fail. Hood's Pills cure biliousness. Wh -n I',.:hy was iek, ivc e i.-r Oastoria. Whtvi s! c was a (fiiild, eri.l fi.r ('anuria.. When sL? lvani!? Miss, -lie vV.'.ng to Cast una, When she hod Children, she aveth m Ca-storia. A II on Ii oM irc:iMiri W. Fuller, i ;: N V. New savs :.!- 1-Ult lu always Keeps ii,..t i i i !:.'' eoverv in the l.oi-e am 1 ! 1 1- tamiiv v;ivs found the very lu-t re-nils fellow its U'-e : that lie wonKl not be v. itliout it. if pro- cura i. A. lKkem:in,!ii.-;:i-J. ':it-kill, N. V.. says that Or. Kind's New liscovery is undoubtedly the best eo'igh remedy ; that he has used it in bis family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed fur it. Why not try a remedy so lon tried and toted? Trial bottles free at II. i)l:.ekn:i!l A: "oil's drug store j-i.e ."He. and .'; Kegukir DP,. VAILS' APPOINTMENTS. ; -lA'iAZi.M: tor tlirt e,rs b ck, in n at t lot h j binding, wi.d be ,( ),t ;. ,.1;t Pot-pai 1. on re Ir. Yates Will Hold O nart i-rly 1 eet i ngs I ceipt ol j er .0.11. m. Cloth C lines lor an l ollows, in Part Hillsboro, January 0 ?. lloxboro, January 1.1-11. Chapel Hill, December 20 2. The district steward.- will meet at Trinity church, Durham, Friday, Decem ber 2t). at 2 o'clock p. in. r! FAIR A XI) CLEAR fi'"Vf,i that's the wayyctr t-tke It. Pi. r-v-s C '-Men mm Al filicai i'is. o in. -1 i !.. ne, ei uj- r.r.d l:uin'.is aro jV bundled ly thia ieirse. 1 1 t.-ilces away. thoi-ouhiv and (v-rtai inly than anvthinz .1 11 1 . . or iini'iiritie-j tluit cause them. For every Skin. Scalp, and Scmfulons nlTeetion, no iiu'ittr how it came, the " Discovery v is a dir.-t remwly. It cleanses, builds up, sirenptl-ens, and in vigorates every part of thrt svst'-ni. Fczerna, Erv-ij'.'lr. Salt-rhetnn, Telle r, Boils, Car bunel.. Knl.-ired Ciands, n:id tho worst tv.-rofulou.s Sor-s r.nl Jw Vir: 's aro com pletely p.nl 7 "r:n.iTK i;My cur -I by it. Unlike oi Miary sprit: medir-V'-tho "Dis covery" works o.'e-iliy well fit all aons. Practically, it's Ad on trial. It" it ever fails to lncdlt. or cure, you have your money back. You pav only for the tjd you e-et. No ch-ap f altiiute, url by a trk-ky dealer, tbmzh it may lie Ut-r lor him to toc:z In the Durham branch lhe ' fl ' . - f . ... ; y H flfl J M&3 ASdGbUUSL - O lllu-tration o; i;ii of Tim li.n' or 1 ,(IOti : lu.'l IN Vl -T'iti Fntrance f. 71 Itaymenfa at . per mntit:.. T' Tal. tUj'. Va'tjeof rratur-d Xh- i.' j Total pajmente us ai.-oi.-. ! yt-t prof.t. roii noiii'.owiu-. F.ntrarH" f.-c. 7i p.tyuef t - ;t ;-r rrontu. liitere't lor 71 in at u i r t.il lie ..r l.o I. Ther .;:; a 'i.e- tin, lU tny 'i ;;'ai t r r-, 1 1 .' u.ry :. 1-J. at 7:j." p. n., hi i-r- .in i any h-j .tr--t.-e fine h:ir- hoM r a r or inf -jrmaiio'i caii on sre !, ,.';. . ! !i'i -fri-vt Jr to whe-'i aii -i.tr.--inter- t d or i-h t c r-'.i i..y i . 1. J. r. lilt'i'.VN. Locsi - v r tarj aii i i r a-urer. fQl harinl brrta f r. j-r is h-:tu "rr u,t. ri-r- n-j-a.--i,vuai-a m 1 It i- 'd Uiitrow XL K'-t.tra. FaLi-i .r:-irstL.-fk -i3r..iti-t:r..t.v-c.ci.uon i-- -ty j PAI .TS TREATED BT C0J.FiD4TUL eurmi-. s4iM. icuiteu-mu ' IJL 6. ff. f. UIUI. ITICIU STIE1HI. CI1CK8. OL STOKES HALL! i:n(..u;i:mi:nt of mil Lawrence Hanley AND III; COMPANY IN An r.nl;.h Comedy, and ROMEO AND JULIET." wi: PKINT FOR FACTORIES! print K PKINT 'OR wi: pkint FOR MERCHANTS! WK PKINT FOR ALL! CALL ON OK AIlDltOs THE EDUCATOR CO., DURHAM, N. C. IS 94! " HARPER'S MAGAZINE". ILLUSTRATED. Haki'kh's Maoaisi fur lM will maintain the character that h is made It the favorite iiiustmted xt l ,i- the home. Aioorijf the results of e:.i. rjris-s undertaken by the publishers, there will ;iji)eur durinc the yeur ! Mjpt-rbly i.lust iit-l jtpers on India by Kdwin I lord Weeks, on the .Japanese Seasons by Al ' tred Parsons. n (Germany by Poultney IHko j low. , in Pans by Kkhar l Harding Davis. 4ud j on Mexico by Frederic KeminRton. j Anion thtt other notable featured of the 1 year will U novels by (ieortredu Maurierand j Charles Dudley Warner, the personal reuii j uiscences of W. D. Howell, and eight hort stories of Western frontier Hie by Owen A'ister. Miort stories wijl also be contributed I by l;t;inder Matthews, Uichard Harding Davis. Mar i;. Wiiki-s, Ituth McEnery Stuart. Mis 1-iureiice Alu.a Taik uia, George A. lliblmrd. j yucsnayde Jk .iurej.uu i-, Thomas Nelson Page, I nd others. A 1 1 u les 011 topics of current in tei.t wul be ci nmt.iited by distinguished ; -pccialts. i HARPER'S PERIODICALS I Per Vctir : j HAIU'DUS X C. 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Tlir brt f Am. rit ari .Nrnti4jrr, CHAS. A. DANA, Editor. Tin- Aimn. jii ( .nt i I n t iuu, Iht- Ameri can Idea, t:!- A.iif-rb.tn Spirit. Th--iirt, last, an i iili th tiin-. ftrrrr'. The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sun lay Xewspnptr in the World. Price- r . a iu;i), i'.y mail, H i a J-ar liaiiy. by in .,1, a jrar Ually and -.;:d.tJ. tuail. tfH a rar vckly( Mil a jmr Addre Tilt; bt'N, New Vork.