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VOL. IV. NO. 339.
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A 00(1 Dwelling HoUSe,
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hilt 1. Wltlim iniue minures OI
One well-lighted Store Room in Parrish Building.
Three Rooms in Parrish Building for Bed Rooms,
with bath.
One Cottage Dwelling with four rooms on East Main
One Suite of Rooms in Parrish Building elegantly
adapted for offices.
The Second Floor over J. V. Jones & Co's store wTill
he for rent February 1, and will be divided into rooms to
suit renter.
Apply to
X. J.
And everything usually found in a first-class store.
Globe Art Coupon.
Six Coupons and a Dime presented at The Globe
oflice gets that magnificent gallery of the World's Fair,
The Globe, Durham, X. C.
-EEnAEicr -v crises
Itemized 1 ntorviewti and Sketchy Scraps
oT Town Topics lirleily Jottrd
Mr. II. Seeman went to Henderson on
a business trip this morning.
President Kornegay, of the North
Carolina railroad, passed through here
Col. J. S Carr and Capt. E. J. Parrish
are in Washington, looking after that
tobacco tax.
Mrs. .1. B. Hurley child and arrived here
from Lexington this morning and are
at Rev. B. R. Hall's. Rev. J. B. Hurley
leaves for Oxford with his family on this
evening's train.
The widow of the late Rev. B. W.
trowe will leave to-morrow morning for
Pulaski, Ya , where she goes to visit her
son. The members of the family will other
leave at the same time for Terra Haute,
Ind. Mr. Horace Crowe has been here
since bis father's death, and several of
the family are to live with him ia Terra
At the Presbyterian Church To-night.
Rev. Mr. McCarthys native of Dublin,
Ireland, but who for the last seventeen
years has been a missionary in China,
will make an address to-night at 7:30
o'clock in the Presbyterian church in
connection with the regular prayer meet
ing services He is an earnest, interest
ing speaker of large and varied expe
rience. All are cordially invited to be
present and learn what progress the gos
pel has made abroad.
Ulacknall-Coopcr-Kowlaud Cae Still On.
The hearing of testimony and argu
ment of counsel in the case of Blacknall
vs. Cooper & Rowland have taken up the
time of the superior court to-day. Messrs.
Foushee, Parker, Boone, Graham and
Manning have spoktn to-day. The case
Kill probably be given to the jury this
For Kent.
Four rooms for rent on Queen street ;
handsome rooms at a moderate rental.
Married couple without children or
small family preferred. Apply at Tub
Globe office.
Containing eight rOOIllS, With j
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GQRMAW, Agent.
sisrcdrxioo x:is
Autographed at the Carrolina,
W. Burnham, Ilolyoke, Mass. ; A. F.
Allen, F. F. Smith, Julius Roenheimer,
James S. Cusham, Jr., New York ; J. M.
Uuisenback, H. W. Lovejoy, George R
Yongue, Philadelphia; John Ingelstroem,
C. F. A. ; William Hickson, J. Ilickson,
Lynchburg; Eugene P. Albea, J. L.
Prior, North Carolina; A. II. Washburn,
Pawtucket, R. I ; R E. Jones, South
Carolina; Ch.v. H. Smith, Atlanta ; C.
W. Spillcker, Baltimore; W. A. Murray,
Mebane; J II. McCain, Raleigh.
America' Champion Fencer.
Written in a bold hand on the register
of the Carrolina last 'night was : "John
Ingelstroem, C. F. A." There was somo
conjecture as to what "C. F. A " meant,
but the name Ingelstroem recalled the
fact that he claims th fencing champion-,
ship of America. He lives much of his
time in Winston, and Is known to In
expert with the foils.
They Failed to Appear.
Two persons who had strayed from
the path of rectitude were summoned b
fore Mayor Peay thjs morning, but
neither appeared. 'Lum" Day was
wanted for being drunk and down, and
R. D. Whitley was charged with being
drunk and staggering. Judgment of $5
was rendered against each of them.
Crushed the Carriage Wheel.
R. II. Barbee's delivery wagon ran into
the public carriage of A. A. Holder this
morning, crushing a rear wheel. The
carriage was standing on Main street, In
front of Lloyd's. The man responsible
for the smash will likely be made to pay
for it.
A Valentine Tea.
The ladies of Trinity church will on
the evening of February 13, give a Yalen
tine tea. In addition to the Yalentines
they will have ether novel and unique
features with which they hope to make
the evening one of
unusual enjoyment
Mansfield In Raleigh.
The advance sale for Mr. Richard
Mansfield's appearance at the Academy
of Music, Raleigh, Saturday January 27,
opens to-day. This great actor will till
the theatre. A number of theatre goers
will go from this city.
The Mistake;
of life arc many some great, others
small. We classify them as we feel their
effect, and just in the same way you re
cognize Simmons Liver Regulator when
taken for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Con
stipation and Biliousness. There can be
no mistake in taking the Regulator for
these disorders. It quickly relieves.
Don t make the mistake of
thing else for Malaria.
getting an-
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All diseases of the skin cured, and lost j
complexion restored by Johnson's Ori- I
ental Soap. Sold at Y. M. Yearby's. j
. tt ,
ations have fai'ed, have been cured by
Japanese Pile Cure. Guaranteed by V.
M. Yearby.
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Trinity Church Kpworth La;ue.
Last night's meeting of tie League was
unusually interesting. The new secre
tary, Mr. George Wood, was in his place
fter the singing of a hvirn Mr. P. M.
lings led in prayer The chairman of
.1 . ... ....
lUL reiI?lous committee reported tnai
j Sunday's devotional meeting will be led
by Professor Cranford, of Trinity col
lege, the subject being "Praise a Duty.''
The music committee reported that Mr.
William Dowd had consented to play at
the meetings and that they hoped soon
to have a regular orchestra.
The president hoped to be able to in
troduce a new feature sometime in the
near future in the way of lectures.
Mr. Jame9 Gattis, second vice-president,
resigned, pleadiDg that his time was
otherwise engaged, Mrs. C. B. Green
was elected to succeed him. Professor
Flowers, from the committee on mem
bership, reported three new members.
The literary committee handed in a very
attractive programme, which included a !
recitation by Miss Mary Crabtree, a dt
clamation by Mr. M. P.Troy, a recitation
by Miss Morgan, an oration, "Henry W.
GradjV by Mr. E. K. McLarty ; a recita
tion by Miss Bertha Bradsher.
President Reed suggested that a library
be started. The Y. M. C. A. has a library
which it would like to dispose of. It
was suggested that a committee be ap
pointed to examine it and eee if it is
suitable for the League. Messrs. II. G.
Tuttle and W. R. Yates constitute the
A short recess was given, during
which members had an opportunity for
social intercourse.
The audience was so pleased with Miss
Morgan's recitation that she was asked
to favor them with another.
By special request, Dr. Carr furnished
a humorous reading.
The committee on entertainment had
no report but Mr. Reed thought that he
could safely say that the League would
soon give another sociable.
Fell With the Elevator.
Yesterday John Shepherd, who is em
ployed in Pinnix's prize house, fell with
thu elevator through the three floors of
the building. The elevator was out of
order, for when he stepped on it, it shot
down like a bullet. Shepherd was jarred
severely, but no bones were broken. He
is all right to-day.
I'ostal Inspector Tracing a Check.
Postal Inspector William Conard was
here Saturday and Monday. Ha is try
ing to trace up a check that was in some
manner taken from the mail3. October
2o, 1S03, J. S Burch, of the Parrish ware
house, sent a check on the Morchead
banking company for $40.GS, to W. W.
Francis, at Nathalie, Halifax county, Ya
It is not known whether the letter
reached Francis or not ; the check did
not. Sometime afterw,ard a young man
named Tilley, who clerks in Beck's store
at BeneLan, presented the check for
payment. Beck received it, he says
from a negro man The postal author
ities trace it to this negro man, but he
rem tins "in the dark," as it were. They
h ive so far been unable to find the negro.
For .llardi Gras
At New Orleans and Mobile, the Rich
moiid and Danville railroad will sell
round trip tickets from Durham at fol
lowing rates : To New Orleans, $34 ; to
Mobil $31 15. Tickets on sale January
3-) ts February 5, 1894, limited fifteen
days from date of sale, continuous pas
s;eje in each direction. These tickets are
fond on Washington and Southwestern
ye-tibuled trains. For tickets and further
iufoi mation apply to J. A. White,
Ticket Agent.
The Fight To-morrow.
To-morrow is the day set for the
Corbett Mitchell fight. Are you better
on Jimmie or Charlie? All Jackson
ville and the country for that matter, is
wild to know who comes out on top.
On which side are you betting ?
Funeral of Mr. Lunsford.
The funeral of the late Mr. W. D.
Lunsford was held at his late residence
on Flat River to-day, Dr. E. A
conducting the ceremony.
Tar Heel Talk.
Senator Yance and wife are recupera
ting in Florida.
Dr. W. A. Lash and Dr. D. W. C. Ben
bow have both made assignments.
Tarboro ia making arrangements to
re-open her tobacco market next fall.
The Southern Cotton Spinners associ
ation Is in session at Charlotte; 223,000
j spindles are represented.
! The report of Aeronant Odell's falling
! from a balloon and being killed at Wash- J
! inton was all a "fake." j
j It has been discovered that i c-rsens
have been making up a fire ia the Epi
' copui church at Moranton, at night, and
playing cards b it.
' Mr. Charles II. Holt, son of ex Gover
nor Thomas M. Holt will be married
4..1' ! i- I-
j IUJS evening 10 jus xigenis, uauuici
j of Governor Jones, of Alabama. The
ceremony takes place ia Montgomery.
The body of the negro found in Pen-
Jer county half eaten by animals is as-
certained to be that of Sylvester La.nb, a
man whA hail m TPrtm I nr r 1 ft t f 1 1,1 V
a come, ue naa monty.
home. He had montv. There ife no
doubt as to his having been murdered.
That Increased Tax on Toliicco.
The Washington correspondent of the
Charlotte Observer writes under date of
January 23: "Lute th is afternoon a to
bacco convention v. .v in session at the
Metropolitan hotel. It
.uessrs. juaan . l vtrr aL
of the Durham tobacco exchange; Mr.
David Y. Cooper, of Henderson, and I
Messrs. Morton, 3Iayo, Cameron, Boyd,
Bosher and Hutchinson, of the Rich
mond tobacco exchange. They are here
to influence the ways and means com
mittee in regard to the tobacco schedule
of the tariff bill. Mr. Carr favors an in
crease of the tax on manufactured to
bacco for reasons he has already stated.
The others are opposed to this and also
to the "free leaf" provision. The confer
ence expected to hold till a late hour.
They may not succeed in getting a hear
ing at this time before the full commit
tee but may see individual members, per
haps the sub committee to-morrow. Late
to day Chairman
Wilson did not know
of vheir purpose."
At a meeting of the tobacco board of
trade of Henderson, held Monday, reso
lutions were adopted urging the North
Carolina senators and representatives to
use their best efforts to prevent any In
crease in the internal revenue tax on
manufactured tobacco ; also to repeal the
free leaf clause in the present law. The
fcllowing committee were appointed to
go to Washington to urge this action :
D. Y. Cooper, S. R. Harris, Owen Davis,
and W. II. Jenkins.
Danville Register : A delegation of to
bacco men representing the all-tobacco
cigarette manufacturers of Richmond,
Ya , were at the capitol yesterday in
conference with Senators Daniel and
Hunton. These manufacturers are pro
tesiing against the increase of tax on
cigarettes, and will remain in the city
for some days.
A delegation from the Winston To
bacco Board of Trade left there last
night for Washington to ask congress
not to interfere with the present tax on
manufactured tobacco. They will ask
for an abolition of the fice leaf clause.
The Raleigh Tobacco Board of Trade
has adopted resolutions calling upon our
senators and representatives to use their j is replaced and the ei:ua?ed tissues re
best efforts to prevent any increase ia j paired.
the tax on rnanvfactured tobacco. j For men and women s-ubje.-tej to the
7,7771 ! enormous strain of social life, or spend-
Georgh W. Childs is very ill.
Miss Rose Cleveland to day returns t
the white house for a long visit.
he sporting editor of the Police Ci a -
zeilc says, referting to the Corbett-J
Mitchell miii'the ti-ht is poetic:;!!-oil." j
Dr. Talmage's announcement last Sun
day that he will soon resign the pastor
ate, has not created the stir that was ex
pected. Keep vour blood pure by taking Hood's ;
Sarsaparilla. If you decide to buy Hood's
Sarsapanlla, do not be persuaded to tatie
any other.
"I have been trying Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, and I am well pleased with it. My
sonhadtne whooping-cough and a bad
cold followed. I tried your Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup and in three nights he was
better. Moses Yerby, Lancaster Court :
House, Ya.
It May Do as Much for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that '
he had a severe kidney trouble for many '
years, with severe pains in his back and also '
that his bladder was a fleeted. I le tried many
so-called kidney cures but without any good j
result. About a year ago he began ue of j
Electric fitters and found relief at once. ,
Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure ;
of all kidney and liver troubles and often
gives almost instant relief. One trial will j
prove our statement. Price only -S)c. for ;
large bottle. At R. Blacknall .V Son's drug i
store. ;
Tiie Elm City club gets its name in the
papers and does no harm by its little bid
for the fist mill.
The Most Fleasant Way
Of preventiug the grippe, colds, head
aches, and fevers is to use the liquid lax-
atiye remedy Syrup of Figs, whenever
' the system needs a gentle, yet effective
cleaning. lo ue bencmed one mu
get the true remedy manufactured by
the California Fiir Svrun Co. only. For
sale by all druegists in GOc. and 1 hot
The Raleigh Tobacco Board of Trade
has adopted resolutions against the pro
posed increase of the tax on tobacco
In 6alM gla&3 via, is enough ia
itself to recommnd Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pelletr. It kcej thtra al
wftvs freh an 1 reliable. You can't
ni ;.n of the Us.eM-fn-l: --r.el pills
in wojfl-n or pa.-;; S u d 1 x-'Xt.
Li;t tL.e.ie Lr.'.e IVlit-t ar l-tt:r
at evcrv poi:t. 1'y tL. ir tonic or
jt?rnirTne:i:n.r c.Tv.-t on the Uninz
rrir-Tr.trai2es cr
inert a the natvrai pcli-n of
tlii-v, B:IiGiisr.ss. I )izii Jur
Stomach, Inditiun, t-ii 1 corbie- .
qun; ftupor cr droT-i;:;e.-i.
There's no disturbmce, r.o reac
tion afterward. &r.d th 'ir ht'n lasts. I
One tiny pranul is a pc-ntla laxa
tive; tlirt-e are catLartie. .
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Celery Compound.
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Thousands of persons are suffering
from no definite disease, but are tired
worn out, w-eak and nervous.
To meet the needs of just such over
worked, over anxious men and women
whose nerves are shattered and their
blood grown thin and impure, Paine's
celery compound is prescribed.
It is the greatest remedy the world has
ever known for fatigue of mind and body,
for sleeplessness, debility and all com
plaints arising from depressed vitality.
It restores the functions of the diges
tive organs, strengthens the mental and
physical powers, relieves the dullness
and drowsiness of nervous weakness.
"Ten nights are required t tcomt one
night's loss of sleep," s-iy an ad .tire. But
nothing so calms and .oothrs the nerves
as Paine's celery compou-.id or so surely
bring9 sound, dreamless t-'eep durintr
which the daily lo s of nervous energy
j thrifts of vitality through any form of
! dissipation, nothing will save them from
complete breakdown like Paine's celery
; compound.
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come of a long life devoted to inces
pant scientific studv of diseases of the
j important organs of the body and their
! dependence upon the nervous system.
! Xo less an eminent scientist than Kd-
; ward E. Phelps, M. 1) , LL. D., professor
' in the Dartmouth college medical school,
l the great remedy that has cured so many
thousands sick, nervous and enfeebled
men and women throughout the country.
Paine's celery compound supplies the'
Fresh Lot
Iluylcr's Delicious
Bon-Ijons and Chocolate
Just Arrived
i Shoe aid Ribbon Sale
Now Is the Chants -Strike While the ;
Iron Is Hot !
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Ftr Hmumrr
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3 tonuino dongoH h.t-. 1 ft f" '.
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tired system all it needs in the way of
food for nerves and blood.
Rheumatism is relieved when every
other mean- fails.
In all wasting diseases recovery be
comes a simple, easy matter when the
strength is kept up by Paine's celery
compound Mid the nerves and vital or
gans receive in abundance the food they
The louudation of recovery from dU
j eases which attack special organs is laid
by the utmost attention to the nutrition
of the whole body. No nutritive agent
was ever discovered that will feed itch
ing nerves and brain, and restore tho
natural functions of the vital organs,
like Paine's c lery compound. Well
nourished b.xlici-, well fed brains, sound
sleep, health and ttrength haye come to
thousands from I'aine'o celery compound.
Mr. J. II. Li-le is .a prominent mer
chant in the beautiful town of Hamburg,
Iowa JIi reputation is too high to per
mit of his letouiinending a preparation
unleso.it h -s superior merit. Read what
he says of the gieat good Paine's celery
compound has doi.e him and his family :
"1 fe.l it my duty," ho writes, "to say
word for Paine's celery com
I 1 ,iv; uiferfd for a number of
year. from neuralgia, and tried ninny
dilleiehl luedlciues without relief. Fi
nally I wns pi'is-uah-d to tiy Paine'a
celery compound. After using nine bot
tles 1 am ia better health than I have
. been for many years
"My wife and children have als been
us;n,r the compound with marked benefit
to all of them."
The picture above is of Mr. Eugle and
his family. They have had the same t.x-
perienee as thoa.-nmls of other
Who Mends Your Shoes ?
There are who n.eii'l unl ie who
pretcnl to liK-n'l .-h' . jn-ople who Know thrlr
fr.isim airl jMoji' who don't. You want
oi:iclxly you ran r !y iixinto(lo your im-ri'l-in;r.
Miynottr Howard? !! iiM-uds tho-
I .r rnuny -ojm-" nw ltv Hio-m h fiit ii am
Hi liilfl fihl. J.' t S 1 iri h:m yoiin one, and
you'il Ihcoihi' n i u. ir i:i;Moirn.r 1 1 is shop
is juct acro: Irons th coun'y court hou.
II you w.mt it mii o: .-ho th;tt will look well
Jind lii't youMi' wi.rk at h inolcrutr jrU
that'f the kind iiowtud makem.
F..r t:.v HOMIJA YS wo huw
Hue tit
an rn.i n
Toilet Articles, Perfumery,
Culande-i, Picture Frames, Etc.
Our Collection of Goods Are
the Cheapest.
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Draffs asi Droiiisls' Sundries !
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