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wiam Daft VOL V. 2fcO. 10. DURHAM, N. C, SATU11DAY EVENING, MARCH 10, IS01. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1 W m A HOUND THE TOWN. WHAT A GLOBE-TROTTER SEES AND HEARS. It-ml.rcl Interviews and Sketchy Serupg of Tow n Topics VtU lly Jotted Down. IVro:iil. J. K. Nichols, of Dayton, was here to-1 d y. Mr. I). K. Aycock, of Henderson, was hero this morning. J. A. Hollo way, of Fish Dam, loat a child two weeks old on Thursday. Mr. Will Willard returned this morn inr from a shoit trip to Chapel Hill. Mrs Josepli T. .Tone-;, of i enderson, i- on a visit to Mrs. S. II. I aee.on Liberty H'rcet. Mr. F. L. Allen, of Richmond, who has heen here on business for several days, left for Raleigh this morning. Col. A. B. Andiews' private ear, No 102, was attached to the ea-f bound R & I), this morning. The colonel was abroad Miss Blanche Blake, who ha been vis iting relatives hero for several weeks, re turned to her home in Raleigh tin's m rn ing. Collector F. M. Simmons wa-j on the west bound train yesterday evening on his way to High Point. He said there was nothing new in regard to his contir mation. "They are too much taken up with tarilT and silver in the senate," said lie, "to think of smaller m itters." Prof. Collier Cobb, of the state uni versity, spent hist niht here. He came to see a contractor in regard to the erec tion of the resilience he has arranged to build ?n Chapel Hill. He says they only lack two or three of having 40U students at the university now. There are more North Carolina students there than ever before in the history of the institution. The Cheek Furniture Company have moved into the (uridine next to T J. Lunibe'.-s and in order to reduee stoek to keep from beintf over crowded otlVr jrcat bargains lor the next UU days .ash or on time. She Forgot to Maine Him. The renewal of the light over the tracks on Peabody street recalls a story of the time when the I). & N. track was laid. While the men were laying that track Superintendent Bridgers, of the R. & D , took out a warrant against the whole gang, charging them with forcible trespass. Major Guthrie, Mr Bridgers and several cllicers went down to arrest the men, but they had to have their names before they could be taken into custody. One after another gave his name, and each in his order, they were arrested by the sheriff. At last Major Guthrie asked one old negro, shoveling dirt with might and main, "Well, old man, what's your name?" The old negro, seeing the predicament the others had gotten into, said, "Law, boss, my mammy forgot ter name me." It Waft a l ittle Mixed. Yesterday's Raleigh letter contained the following : Some months ao as a white man was sitting near a railroad bridge busily fish ing, a buU got on the track and "the en gine came by and knocked him sky high." The animal struck the fisherman and the latter claims to have been badly injured. He sued the railroad company for $'.2,500 and the jury awauled him only $'.2o0 The person who was the principal ac tor in the unusual episode of the bull and fish pond is Maj. William II. Wal lington, who was in Durham to day He is a resident of Caswell county. The accident happened to him in Moore couty on the line of the Raleigh and Augusta Air Line. Our Raleigh correspondent made a mistake, so Major Wallington says. The trinl of his case did not occur this week, but was put off until the April term of the court. The case tried was that of a man who sued the railroad for being struck by a truck in the depot at Raleigh. Mnpr Wallington sues for $5,o00. He went to Hillsboro this after noon. Mrs. M. E. Uussc-lle, 07 Park Street, Newark, N. J. says: "After having used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in my family with most gratifying results I pronounce it the friend of all mothers." Miss L. II. Uedily i now ready at the Racket Grocery to erve Vaa Houten s cocoa free to the public. The Indies and , , , . i i l . (TontK.mnn if th. Plti nro rnn l al I V 1 n- & - U-ft V W 1 VV. V..J - -- - - J vited to call on her as she is always (reddy) to serve them prompt!. W. H. PilOCTOK, Proprietor. i W. M. Ycarhy, diuggist, recommends ! Johnson's Magnetic Oil, the great family! pain-killer, internal and external. GETTING JT TIIKOl'UH UIS HEAD. V V v r . 1 - - I 1 t'-; .v . Brooklyn Lifa. MADE QUITE A TOUR. RICHARD IHAPPER BROUGHT BACK HOME. II V.'as a Wittiest in the Waylaud Kol lins Cae, but Kan Away lie fore tli Trial Came OCT. Richard Hipper, who ran away from Durham a few days btfore the last term of the superior court, was brought back this morning. He was an important witness in the Wayland Rollius case, and the case was postponed at the January term of the court on account of the absence of the two principal witnesses. Iiapper was under $50 bond then. A sci. fa. wa3 entered. Judge Shuford ordered that all witnesses be put under $o00 bonds for their appearance at the March term of the court, which begins VI arch 2U. After leaving here Happer, who Is only 10 years old, went to Raleigh, from there to Wilson, where he worked some time in the tobacco business, from there to Fayettcville and to several other places, ending up his tour in Greensboro. He was arrested there yesterday and Mr. John Ilarward went there for him yesterday evening. lie was brought back on the night accommodation train last night. He was placed in jail this morning, where he will probably remain until March 20 There i3 no charge against him, and he is simply held as ji witness in the Rollins case. On Saturday Only. There was one little case before the police court this morning. Professor Sam McCown, a dispenser of knowledge to dusky youths and youthesses, and Starkey King, an untitled member of the throng of dusky denizens, were up for pummeling each other in a rather more animated -than scientific manner. The light occurred hist Saturday night, but the trial was postponed until to day, be cause Professor McCown was "not at leisure" except on Saturdays This morn ing when the case was called as the "spe cial order" for 10 o'clock, it was found that several nece-siry witnesses were missing, and upon the statement of tiie professor thej case went over until next Saturday. The Uard Times Tarty. The "Hard Times" party, for the benefit of the organ fund of the Presbyterian church, held in the vacant store rooms in the First National bank building yes terday evening was attended by a crowd of little onts. They seemed to enjoy themselves heartily. Mrs. Morehead was the chief promoter in the affair. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church served refreshments. A neat sum was realized from the entertainment. Autographed at the Carrolina. W. E. Jenkins, St. Louis; E. M. Bloom burg, J. Wise Brown, A. F.Fisher, Jr., and wife, Philadelphia; Jno M. Miller, Jr., Lynchburg; Louis Brewer, Rich mond Colier Cobb, Chapel Hill; R E. Long, E. A. Bradsher, Roxboro; J. J. W. Ilanes, Henry Kramer, Baltimore; J. T. Souther'and and wife, Sumter, S. C ; J. A. M. Gallagher, New York. Judge Henry II. Goldsborougb, Balti more, Md., says : "It gives me pleasure to recommend Salvation Oil to any one suffering from rheumatic or other pains.' Onion sets and seed Irish potatoes, wholesale or retail at the Racket Grocery. Call at the Racket Grocery and get a cup of cocoa free. The Racket Grocery gives you low prices six days in a week. Please re member we meet competition. Magnetic Nervine, the great restorative, ! will cause you to sleep like a child. Try I it. Sold by W. M. Yearby. ; . ! , aml ! aCtl Wlil see and hear many things to I cannot fail to see the advertisement of juui Huiujiatt, n IIU VJL'CU CHS IOU . J J 3 immons Liver llej-ulator, and with ears i open you will constantly hear of the re ! lief it gives millions who suffer with In- digestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation or Biliousness A dose now and then you'll not know anything about Malaria, that miserable, tired-out feeling. NO POSTMASTER YET. RALEIGH WAITS IN VAIN FOR A DEM OCRATIC POSTMASTER. Trinity College Students Are Preparing Papers on Municipal Taxation The Case of Turner ts. Rosenthal. Special Correspondence of The Globe Raleigh, March 9 Governor Carr has added to the commission to aid in locating positions of N. C. troop3 at the battle of Anlietam, General R. F. Hoke, R. T. Bennett and John C. Scarborough. The governor left to-day for a short visit to his farm in Edgecombe. The case of William S. Barnes, secre tary of the state alliance, against Con gressman W. T. Crawford, of the Ninth district, for slander, came up in the superior court here to day at demurrer. The demurrer was sustained and the action dismissed. Mr. Barnes appeals to the supreme court. Kehoe's company will play the ' Still Alarm" at the academy of music on the 20th instant. The "University Press" is now regu larly established, Prof. Collier Cobb tells me, and will get out the University liter ature hereafter. The evecutive committee of the State Farmers' Alliance, composed of Marion Butler, J. J. Long and A. T. Heitman, was in session here last night and this morning. Marion Butler went home at noon. The tax collector of Duplin county has completed his settlement of state taxes, amounting to $4,079.30. Over fifty new buildings are in course of construction or contracted for In this city. The suburbs are being quite rap idly developed. There is a decided im provement in the character of buildings. Lt. Allen G. Rogers, of the Navy, Is looked for soon. He has sailed from Yokohama on quite a long leave. He wa3 born and raised in Raleigh. D. II. McDuffie, of Cumberland county, is appointed storekeeper and gauger by Collector Simmons. Mr. Albert Johnson, the oldest locomo tive engineer now alive in the United States is seriously sick at his home here, having had a hemmorhage yesterday. It is extremely gratifiylng to see how hard the farmers, certainly in this sec tion, are working this year, and how much attention they are giving the pre paratory tillage of their lands. All this veek the long-looked-fcr demo oratic postmaster has been positively ex pected here but he does not materialize. Maybe Mr. Bissell is willing for a dem ocrat to hold the position. Brevet-Colonel Carle A. Woodruff, U. S. A , we'd known and greatly esteemed in this state as an officer and a gentle man, is promoted mnjor of artillery and tran.-L-rred from Ft. Leavenworth, Kin .-.u, to Ft Schuyler, New York harbor. His wife is a daughter of the late Dr. R. B llaywo-.'d, of this city. Some of the leading cotton dealers in this city estimate that the reduction in the cotton acreage in Wake county the coming season will be 10 to 15 per cent. They are well pleased with this. In the case of Josiah Turner ts. G. Rosenthal, now in Orange superior court, the Wake county judgment of last week in the case of Turner vs. Mrs Holden will be filed as an estoppel Major Graham of counsel so tells me. The trustees of the Oxford orphan asylum are called to meet at the Hotel Carrolina, Durham, at 3 p. m. on the 20th instant, to elect a successor to Rev. Dr. Dr. Black as superintendent. There are six applicants for the position. The Baptists of Raleigh not long ago put a city missionary in the field here. This evening the Methodist laymen of Raleigh met to take the same step. The students of Trinity college have prepared a series of articles for the press on municipal taxation in North Carolina. The first of these appears this week. The work is d?ne by members of the class in political economy. Tina rr tnn rrtnt C tK! CAftann are 23 961 bale,, against 19,13 up to thi. jdtte ! Mrs. AimisteaJ Jones, president of the i North Carolina confederate monument association calls on its members to meet . . . . at the state library on the loth instant, ..... ,. ... -! at wntca time tnegranue wm oecuuMru and the date of the laying of the corner- tone fixed. NERVE DEATHS The Number Growing at a Frightful Rate. The Proportion lias Increased 20 Per Cent in 40 Years. The Boston Journal Asks, "What the Remedy ?" And Finds the Answer Not a Hardj One. A Quarter of All Deaths Doe to Ameri can Disease. The Boston Journal is certainly to be admired. One of Boston's greate t newspapers, it frankly devotes some of its energetic editorial space to the subject, which at this season is of more importance to this and every community than all other topics. "One hears the voice of the man whose knowledge of nerves is almost un bounded," says the Journal, "saying that beyond any dispute nervousness is grow ing upon us at a frightful rate." Quoting from Dr. Weir Mitchell it con tinues : "In some busy centers he finds that the number of deaths due to nervous causes has increased 20 per cent in 40 years ; that onefourth of the deaths now are from nervous diseases. His opinion is very confident, too, that the Ameri cans are from this cause, becoming a shortdived people." A clear statement of the nervous weak ness among the dwellers in cities and towns would send a pang of horror and alarm through the country. Women are more under the influence of this terrible scounre than men ; and town dwellers more than country folk. Hundreds of tired mothers, anxious house-wives, school teachers and too ambitious scholars the very flower of American womanhood yield to the strain of the serious affairs of Mfe. Overwork and unnatural worry condemn a host of American women to ppend their after years on a sofa or in a sick room, and to be a burden instead of help to those who are dearest to them. Oftentimes excruciating pain as in neuralgia, rheumatism, and heart trouble, but more often (especially in the spring) "that tired feeling," is nature's cry for better nutrition in order to resist the fearful strain on the nerve3 and vital organs. The remedy is known to every physician and to thousands who have been benefited by it. Men and women who find themselves getting irritable, nervous, thin, "run down" and ailing should take Paine's celery compound It feeds tired, exhausted nerves, stores the blood with food for the wasted tis sues, and purifies it of the impure humors which result from its stagnant, unhealthy condition. Nothing has ever equaled . Faine's celery compound for giving tone to the stomach and a renewed appetite. It strikes to the root of rheumatism, neu ralgia, disease of the heart, the kidneys, and all disorders due to poor, thin blood and underfed nerves. Foor appetite, coutinual headaches, loss of strength, nervous debility, and a scrofulous, un healthy condition of the 3kin at this season are sure signs of nervous weak ness. Paiae's celery compound will rob one of the "run down" feeling, the languor and despondency that come from badly nourished nerves, thin, pale blood, and underfed organs of the body. New li e, a buoyant feeling, and the joyousness of health will come when plenty of good red blood begins to fill the arteries and invigorate the system. This is just what Paine's celery com pound is doing for thousands of tired men and women throughout the whole extent of the country. Mr Gladstone is reported quite ill ic effects of a chill. . from the ITS HIGH TIKE something was done, it your blood w impure. You can't mistake U-a BTtnptoms. Blotches and pimples, or a reelm- of languor and depres sion, are some of them. If you Jet it Kor you're an easy prey to all sorts of serious ailments. -0w, the best blood-purifler la the world Is Dr. Pierce s Golden Medioal Discoverr. Taie tuat, aia -it will certainly rid you cf every blood-taint and disorder. It staru ; every orran into healthful action, ; a-ssists ail the bodily functions, and cleanse builds up, and invigorates . the whole system. G. IL V. las ! rarpa.s nasty Col Liver OA.tzll all its filthy compound as a Z&- , bui! ier and strrahrrftrrt-r. pyj- v(.rv rfisve caused by a j torpid liver or tarur ?ubLo 5UTO moon, , shu Scalp, or Berofulous aectkns Consumption, or lxir-S-scroiuta, m rmmir tv cn'r remedy so ! ty t it can be cwtranUed - Lave your money back. . frr Caa anything else ba " juit ts good icr yoti to bay t orcis ENJOYS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acU penUy yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho ev- tern effectually, dispels cold?, head aches ana levers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tasts and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, it3 many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one vbr wishes to try it. I)o not accept an ! substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. tJEW YORK. N.Y six aoTXoisrs Globe Art Coupon. Six Coupons and a Dime presented at The Globe ofliee gets that magnificent gallery of the World's Fair, HiE jVTAGIG CITiJ." Address, ART DEPARTMENT, The Globe, Durham, N. C. CHITA S O HDOjSS Collars, Guffij, Shirts, and all Linen that are not Washed and Ironed at a First-Class Steam Laundry. We arc turni:' out - W s w.-ik. All linens have pure wbite finish which will wear heUtr ami !:;ot longer than washboard gooila. Durham Steam Laxxxiclry. YOUR MONEY BY HAVING YOUR Shirts, Collars, Cults and all Linens Done up in first class style at the DvLrlaarn Steam Laundry. 1iIiII ;i.(v AM) DOMESTIC FIMSiI. Will m m M GiLZ-I UP 'PHONE WO. 23 Ami et the latent new.- on the market, nan the chcapc-t anl fic&best OoI th.it are to !.- had any where in the city. Our Canned Goods arc the t'reshc.-t to bj had. No Old Goods Tiiat Have M Packed Bad in Cellars for Years. Hetnemh.T. il" v.u i n a, -.v'lihe.d. -our can of ood: from us we make it coo l. W. K. T. 15. is oar m tt an 1 we jruarantee price ami quality with "any fr-t eias h.,ue in the -tate. We also carry a fall line of Flour of all Grades, Mill Feed, Bran, Oats, Hay and Com, Car load of Crop Cuba Molasses Just Rsceived. j T( the aNve re H-ld r, ? ail or full an l complete line of Plain and French Candies, Florida Cigars, Dukes' Cigarettes AH pvAi tl hv-:e i lr-.; any where Durham, N. C. Call urM f?Je us at RACKET Y7:.t i'arri-h an i Muriuni Street.-?, Durham, N. C. "A WQEB TO i gAMTLpS! WC AM: JNCKl'AKED TO HO YOUit ipSjFamily Washing oitil tiri will hrin r3C, HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES AT YEARBY'S DRUG STORE. South Lowell KtilL USE- "Harvest Queen," A rUUE KOLI.EK FLOUK FKOM NATIVI WHEAT. Not a patent starch, but a who!oome wbol wheat product, containing tho full nutritious properties of the grain. For Sale t No. 334 Went Main Street. .istd j. xdiimiie. SiSEOdTJCXOO J j,, ,.,ow, an,, ploW Casting All wholesale. Wc also carry in tock a in the city limits or F. O. H. cars at !he 111 ! GROCERY CTOR, Proprietor at Reduced Rates. our waon to your door.