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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report HAMMOND TYPEWRITERS n ro ns. Uev. Dr. E A Yates will preach at Main Street church tomorrow. Mrs W D Harwell h at the Carrc lina. Mis Iioia Freelau.l is visiii.i? fritnds in A-htviilc. 0 IMS A-' THE BEST OK ALL ! Simple, Dura hits Work Always Tn Sifflil. Lightest, Strongest, Most CoinpnH. Takers Any Width Of Paper. i v cLai,-'fl -r r !-.tnrI in ;i morix-nt . f.ifal"" or "I niv 1 1 l1' Keyboards. All the "copy" in Thk ; i-OliF. oi!ice is wnt 1 n r flic Hiiitnioii'l I ypwrii er. The Agent lor Durham i- W.H.Willard,.)r, Holrnan liuildinjjr. Church Street. HALF PRICE SHOE AND RIDBON SALE ! I'riccs to liaise a Gram! Rush. Lu'lies' (Inuo- Vests wcrth 10 cents, gointr tor a cents. Kntire new stock of Shoes 4.U0 nice KiM shoos, glove fitting, will go for only li;j); 2.r(i Don vol a Shoes only $ 1 . 75 ; -.iU bunvola shoos only ; 1 .50 Dongohi Shoes only J 1.00; Dongola Shoes only b'J cents. Kibbonand Lace from 1 cent a yard up st ck complete and can suit you. Pins just look, going for 1 cent a paper. :r cent Scam ess ami Htalnless islack I lose 15 cents. 25 cent Stain less lilack' Hose 10 cents. 10 cent Handker- j chiefs only 5 (ents. 10 cent Hose goi ng lor a cents. Heal trood line Stationery, new stock now open, can suit you. Velvet Ribbon at. half price. Join the crowd that thronus our .-tore and vet your heart's desire. J. L. COLE 8c CO., Wholesale and Ileta'l NEW YORK RACKET STORE, Underbuyer and Underseller of All p nirl DpIiqIiIp 11) Ulll 1 lull 11 J1U D.W.WHITAKER K nown to t he people of Durham for twenty 3 cars as a leader in printing; of all kinds, will, on Monday next, resume charge of the WHITAKER PRINTING OFFICE The otlice will be enlarged and improved y addit ions of Modern Types and Materials, And will be prepared for any work in the printing line. Mr. Whitaker will have per sonal charge of the od.ee, and patrons may be assured that the work will be first-class. The office will remain at the present stand on Main st reet. 2 Gipl liazed into our window yes terday for twenty minutes. She wa lockinc at Beit lut wouldn't have you know it for the world. The buck les are certainly lovely, hut we ran not use them all. We selected ours some time Hro. Have selected yours r If not, jro down tomorrow and take your choice, si M- H. Jor?es!. Durham Steam Dye Works ! ! ... - ' Dyeing and Cleaning of 11 kinds executed j in the best style nht at home. Why send your work mother puces when you can have it done b'tter,quickerand cheaper here ? Call around and see samples of our work. Leave our garment; at Green Bros.' store on Main Ltreet and they will Ih attended to. J. W. FITZGERALD, Proprietor, 1 Best am T ST Tl7e Globe E-i7graVii?g With a complete Photograph ing, Engraving and Stereotyp ing outfit, is ready for work in commercial and newspaper illustration. Prices are much lower than northern firms, and illustrations can be furnished at an hour's notice. Holman liuilding, Church street, just off Main, Durham, N. (J. DELINQUENT TAX LIST! The following named persons being in arrears for taxes for year 1893. I will on the 2Hh of July 1884 sell to the highest bidder for cash at the court house door in Durham at 12 o'clock noon the lots described below to satisfy said taxes and costs : r A Tiivins. two lota on (Jreen and Broadway streets, $ 42 SI Mrs. Hessie K. lilackwell, one lot on South street, James A. lwyan, two lots on Main street, Luke Cameron, one lot on Gregson street, Mrs. (J. T. Carver, one lot on Cleveland street, w , J. T. and M. A. Cates, two lots on Main and Railroad streets. :Q 00 29 34 i Stf 32 ::) M 40 T. F. Cheek, one lot on Mangum street, 1. 1$, Cheek, one lot on Lea and Cobb streets, Mrs. M. C. Christmas, one lot on Cleve land street, Mrs. Rettie S. Cox, one lot on Morris street. It. ( '. Co y, one lot on Honey street, Annie D. David, one lot cn Liberty street, Durham Land and Security company, one lot on 11 road way street, W. 13. Foster, one lot on Morris street, Mac Lyon, one lot on Pine street, Mrs. F. R. Mangum, one lot on Cleve land street, Rart W. Mangum, one lot on Morris and Green streets, Jerry Markhan.one lot on Yancey and Williard streets, Amy Overby, one lot on Pine street, Johnson Ray, administrator lor It-aih Sparkman, one lot on Pettigrew street, Isaac Ray, one lot on Foster street, ltearan, l'earce and Allen, one lot on Morris street, John T. RoKors. two lots on Queen and Parrish streets, R. 1. Rogers, two lots on Broadway and Hunt streets. J. (J. Roney, one lot on Morris street, .). (I. Roney Co., one lot on Honey street, A. A. Sears, one lot on Morris street and one on Main street, W. K. Styron, one lot on Main street, Mrs. Sallie K. Stvron, one lot on Main street, C. Summorfield & Co., three lots on Main and Railroad streets, J. V. Swift, one lot on Foster and one on Roney street, E. 13. Thompson, R. I. Rogers, agent, one lot on Roney street, II. H. Vickers,one lot on Roxboro street, James Walker, one lot on Lea street, Ed Warren, one lot on (Jregson street, Thos. White, one lot on Mangum street, I. W. Whitakcr, one lot on Cleveland street, W. 11. Whitakcr, one lot on Lea and Yancey street, M. S. Hackney, one lot on Cleveland street. Harry Hall, agent Jesse Hall, one lot on Chapel Hill street. Mrs. Mary I. Hollo way, one lot on Cleve land street, R. T. Howerton. two lots on Cleveland and Mangum streets, R. T. Howerton & Rro., one lot on Man gum street, C. P. Howerton, six lots on Hunt and Mangum streets, George R. Jones, one lot on (Jreen and Orange streets, W. H. Wilkins.oneloton Parrish street, Lillian R. and Susan E. Woods, one lot on McMannen street, one lot on Cobb anil Parrish streets, Mrs. E. F. Rlackwell, one lot on Jackson and Willard streets. J L Rlackwell. one lot on Chapel Hill street. o "TO MM I M 8 51 H SO 31 68 11 01 II 73 24 01 33 08 5 72 . 19 (J8 52 80 8 47 7 93 5 t 8 55) 17 UO 19 94 Hfi 1 fw 40 23 415 134 48 38 72 30 r0 130 40 57 49 4 09 5 8(5 6 12 t t 17 00 52 87 1198 14 33 4 09 7 03 00 24 15 84 5S 2 25 49 7 u 8 21 21 93 49 so W. A. WILLIAMS, Tax Collector. Miss Nola Woodward WILL OPEN HER School of Music On Monday, September 3. 194, at her residence on Cleveland street. jotice : i The members of the Executive Committee ! of the Democratic party of Durham county j are reni sted to meet at the office of the I Chairman on Saturday. June 30. 1894, at 11 ! o'clock a. m.. to lix the day of holding the ; primaries and the county convention, and ; transacting such other business as may come ! before it. A full attendance is earnestly de sired. J. t. MANNING, Chairman Executive Committee. NORFOLK COLLEGE Largest and Lest ojuipjed College in East ern Virginia. Healthful Sea Jlreezo. frt. Beautiful Horn :!.-o sTt'DKMs. i3 TEACH KRS. Near Old Point Com- ome. fW.UUM lluildines. frteam Heat, Gas, etc. Music, Art. Elo locution. Stenograohv. High est Course of Study in the Mate, kxpenses " ery Ix)w. Send lor Catalogue. Pupils wishing to pay own expenses, write J. A.' I. CASSEDY, B. S., Principal, Norfolk, Ya. OYALL BORDEN, Reliable House Furnishers. Doci our Parlor Suite suit your parlor V Isn't it a tritle faded Just a little pae ? Doesu'l it bear the signs of lime and use ? And it doesu't harmon ize with the carpet ? Or the new wall paper you have just got ': Isn't it time you had a new Parlor Mnte We do not mean to be personal, but really Don't you know you want a new suite Better call in and see our stock in that line. We can save you from 10 to 2 per cent. OYALL ORDEN Reliable House Furnishers. QrfolkiW6sterRR.il. 1$R. R. Schedule in Effect May 20, 1894 Leave Durham 7:C0 a. m. daily, 6:00 a. m. daily except Sunday lor Lynchburg and local sta tions. Arrive Lyncuourg 11:4;) a. m and 6:3b p. m. at LTnion Station. Leave Lynchburg for Durham 2:to p. m. daily, and 6:20 a. m. daily ex cept Sunday, from Union Station. W EST-BOUXD LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILY. 5:15 a. m. For Roanoke, Radford, Bluefield and Pocahontas. Also for Rocky Mount and ill stations on Wrinston-Salera division. Con nects at Roanoke at 7:10 a. m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited for all points South and West. Pullman Roanoke to Memphis and New Orleans. Dining Car attached. 2:35 p. m. The Chicago Express for Roanoke. Bluefield, Pocahontas. Kenova, Columbus and Chicago. Pulltran Rutfett Sleeper Roanoke to Columbus without change. Connects at Rad ford for Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga and intermediate points. Pullman Sleeper Rad- tord to Chattanooga. Trains arrive at Lynchburg daily from the West, 1:10 a. m., 1:45 p. m. EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCHBURG. 2:10 p. m Daily, for Farmville, Richirond, Petersburg and Norfolk, arrives Petersburg at 6:05 p. m connecting with Richmond and Petersburg Railroad daily.arriving Richmond at 7.00 p. m.; arrive Norfolk 8:50 p. m. l:2o a. m. Arrive Petersburg 5:o0 a. m. con necting with R. & P. R. R. daily; anive Rich mond 8:27 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 8:30 a. m. Pull man Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace bieeper between Lynchburg and Richmond. lhis car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. for reception of passengers. l rains arrive at Lynchburg daily lrom the East 5 a. m., 2:15 p. m. DURHAM DIVISION. Leave Lynchburg (Union Station) 2:t5 p. m.. daily, and 6:20 a. m. daily except Sunday, for Durham and intermediate stations; arrive Lynchburg from Durham 11:15 a. m. and 3:36 p. m. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leave Roanoke daily 12:10 p. m. for Winston- Salem ai d iLtermediate stations. NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION. Leave Pulaski 7:55 a. m. daily except Sunday for Betty Baker, and 11:00 a. m. daily except Sunday lor Ivanhoe and 5:00 p. m. daily to Gossan. CLINCH VALLEY DIVISION. Leave Bluefield daily 7:00 a. m. for Norton, Louisville and all points on L. & N . R. R. via Norton. For tickets, time cards and all information call on or write E. M. Graham, Durham, agent .Norfolk and w estern railroad. W. B. BEVILL. G P. A.. Roanoke. Va. M. F. BRAGG. T. P. A., Roanoke, Va. ONE-HALF PRICE I "Procrastination is the thief of time." Dr. C. Brown, surgeon dentist, offers his profes sional services in every department of dentis try. And to introduce his local anaesthetic to lessen pain, will extract teeth for artificial denturs only for cash at half-price until Au gust 1, 1VPL Offiee 111S; Main street, Dur ham, N. '. University of North Carolina Includes the College, the University, the 5w Sehnnl nnil flip Snmmpr Schnni f nr tosir-h- ers. College tuition 60 a year; board f 7 to ijamontn. tession begins ?eptenHer 6. Ad ress PR ESI DENT WINSTON, Chapel Hill, N. C. D U. J. J. TUAXTON, With fifty years' experience as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties : Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular). Indigestion, Bronchitis. Scrofula. Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern- don's. Office over Jones' Jewelry Store. Office nours, v o ciock a. m. to iz m.. and from , d. m. to 4 p- ta, 3!rs. Delia YenaMe, of Oxford, was here !art night The excitement here over the strike has quieted down. Mr. V. II. Stone, Jr., left today for a sort stay at Beaufort. T. U Southerland, of Oxford, wa at the Carrolina last night. V. K. Yates is atMorganton attending Judge Avery's law school. A. W. Haywood, the prominent Raleigh lawyer, was here last night Dr. L. P. Sorrell, of Flint, Wake county, was here this morning H. Fetterly, a well known Salisbury tobacconist, was here yesterday Superintendent X M. Lawrence, of the Oxford Orphan asylum, was here yester day. Telephone subscribers will please add to their list Pearl cotton mills, Phone Xo. G4. Soliciting Agent Mason, of the South ern railway, passed through yesterday afternoon. Fuller Reid was on the east bound train yesterday afternoon, returning to Greensboro Rev. Dr. E. W. Smith, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Greensboro, was here yesterday afternoon. Read the back page of The Little Globe this aftern oon. Let the little imp point you to the right place Mrs. Stewart McQueen and child, who have been visiting relatives in Missis sippi, returned to the city on the noon noon train. Danville Star: Miss Lora Lyon and Miss Mary Henderson, of Durham, are the guests of Mrs. T. V. Henderson, 871 Pine street. On Tuesday evening Dr. Yates is to deliver his well known lecture on "Muic" before the Epworth League of Trinity church. Rev. Dr. V. D. Morton, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Henderson, was here yesterday on his way home from the encampment at Morehead. He is chaplain of the Vance Guards. The Asheville excursionists returned home this morning and report a very pleasant time They say that a more enjoyable excursion never left Durham. Messrs. Sanders and Taylor made a com plete success of the enterprise. North Carolina melons about as sweet and good as they ever get to be are to be found on the market now. Some of the most luscious melons to be found may be bought for thirty cents and there are plenty of good ones for a quarter. Fred A. Green, trustee for Green Bros ifc Co., says that the asset3 of the firm are $2,903.80, of which $910,87 per cent is stock now on hand. The inventory of the stock was finished today, and the store will be regularly reopened within ten days. Theodore H. Hill, the well known poet, who has been here for the past two days, returned to Raleigh this morning. He promises The Globe a contribution. His verses have been read and admired by almost all North Carolinians. The Globe has had the pleasure of publish ing a few of his graceful poems Asheville Citizen : Harold Turner came up from Trinity college last night on the Henderson excursion, accompanied by Chas. C. Yeaver, R. G. Tuttle, B. R. Payne and J. S. Maytubby. The two last are noted players of the national game. Mr. Tuttle was the winner of the Wiley Gray Oratorical medal this year at Trin ity. E. Nulty, of St. Paul, Minn., writes : 'Was confined to bed for three weeks doctors could do me no good ; Japanese Pile Cure entirely cured me." W. M. Yearby State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss : Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh than cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, thi Oth day of December, A. D. 1880. A. W. Gleason, seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi monials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. 2pSold by all druggists, 7 c. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, X. Y., savs that he always keeps Dr. King's New Dis covery in the house and his family has al . . . . . . ways lound the very best results tollow its use ; that he would not be without it, if pro curable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Catskill, X. Y., says that Dr. King's Xew Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that e has used it in his family for eight vears, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so ong tried and tested ? Trial bottles free at R. Blacknall & Fon's drug store. Regular fcize 50c. and $1.00 i&DB&OIUDTriEIKf - IPUJC5E "Rev." James Cook. "Rev." James Cook is in Durham. He is a personage who claims to be 10 years of age. He says he is from Georgia and claims to be preaching to get an educa tion for himself and his sister. The Statesville Landmark says he is a hum bug. He went from Greepsboro to Statesville to make the editor of the Landmark take it back. But the little bluff didn't work. The Landmark not only does not take back the statement, but reiterates its opinion this week. The boy is small and pale and wears a suit cut somewhat on the clerical order. He claims to be preaching the gospel for the love of it, and says he has a license from the Methodist church in Alabama. He may be trying to do good, but the inevitable collection that always accom panies these peripatetic performances discredits these statements. Cook tells TnE Globe that he has li cense from the Roanoke station, North Alabama conference. He says he is trying to do all the good he can, and added "there ain't no other object." He announces that he will preach in Stokes hall tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Notes of Sport. Baseball yesterday: At Pittsburg Pittsburg 10, New York 4. At Cincin natiCincinnati 7, Boston 22. At Cleve landCleveland 10, Philadelphia 8. At St. Louis St. Louis 11, Baltimore 10. The following is the standing of the clubs of the National League up to Fri day : Clubs. w L Raltimor?, 41.20 Boston. 45 22 New York, :W 26 Philadelphia,:55 26 P ci Clubs. .672 Cleveland, 672,Cincmnati, .600' St. Louis, .574; Chicago, .567 Louisville, W L ctt 29 29 34 29 38 24 42 20 45 Pc .532 .460 .433 .364 .308 .299 Pittsburg, ,W 29 35 28 Brooklyn, .5561 Washington, 20 47 Church Directory. St. Philip's Rev. Stewart McQueen, Rec tor. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8:30 p. m Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. The holy commu nion will be administered at the 11 o'clock ser vice. Second Baptist Re v.G. J. Dowell, Pastor, Morning services at 11 o'clock. Evening ser vices at 8 o'clock. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Trinity Rev. R. B. Hall, Pastor, Morning services at 11 a. m. Evening services at 8:15 p. m. -Main Street Methodist Rev.F. A. Bishop. Pastor. Morning services 11 a. m. Evenirg services 8:15 p. m. Rev. E. A. Yates will preach both morning and evening. At the First Baptist church, Sunday school opens at 9:30 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. W. C. Tyree. At the Presbyterian, Sunday school begins at 9:30 a. m. There will be preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. L. B. Turobull. The people quickly recognize merit, and this is the reason the sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla are continually increasing. Hood's is "on top. Four His Successes. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's S ew Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed Electric Bit ters, the great remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. Kings Xew Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at R. Blacknall & Son's drug store. For colic.scourj sprains, bruises, spavin, swTellings and all diseases of horses and cattle Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand, gives excellent satisfaction. $ 1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts. W. M. Yearby. A Ouarter Century Test. For a quarter of a centuryDr. King's New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have received benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all dis eases of throat, chest and ungs. A remedy that has stood the test so ong and that has given so universal satisfaction is no experi ment Lach bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief, or the money will be refunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable for coughs and colds. Trial bottles free at R. Blacknall x Son s drug store. Large size -)0c. and $1.00. iVon Baby was n-k. we era r ner CusjrfiH. When she was u Caild. ?he cried for Castoria. When she recame SILss, -h clung to Castoria. When she bad CLt'di en. she gave tli-ni Catori Exhausted vitality, nervousness, lost man hood, weakness caused by overtaxation of the system will be cured by the powerful P. P. P., which gives health and strength to the wreck of the system. m How' Your Wife? Does she feel poorly all the time, suffer from lack of energy, and a general "no-account" listless enervation '( She needs a tonic. Some thing is wrong with her blood. Run for a doc tor! Not at all, my dear sir. Get her a bottle of P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas sium, the very txst Woman's Regulator and Tonic extant. It reaches the source of trouble quietly and quickly, and before you know it your wife will be another woman, and will bless the kind fate tbat brought P. P. p. to her notice and relief. Our best physicians indorse and recommend it, and no well-conducted household where pure blood and its concom itant happiness is appreciated, should be with out it. r or sale by reputable medicine dealers everywhere. Mr. Randall Pope, the retired druggist of Madison, Fla., says Dec. 3, 1889, he regards P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium as the best alterative on the market, and tbat he has seen more beneficial results from the use of it t han any other blood medicine. - AT WASHINGTON. Senate ICuhing Tilings Senator IJx Dill. From The Globe Correspondent. Washington, July 14. Senator Davis of Minnesota, has introduced a bill to place sleeping and dining cars under the provisions of the Interstate commerce act. This is in view of the Pullman strike and boycott and is designed t,i determine the exact status of these e tr in inter-state commerce. Another bill bearing on the strike va that introduced by Senator George to amend the arbitration act of 18SS. The Senate is losing little time in dc. bate now. The voluminous river and harbor bill was disposed of in short order today. Yesterday a large part of the bill was passed and today the remainder was rushed through. After the river and harbor bill had gone through, the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation was ruhel through at a Nancy Hanks gait. The House spent the whole day in passing private bills. Senator ilale created a ripple of amusement in.the Senate when he intro duced a "tracer" to tind the tariff bill. He said that since the tariff bill had gone to conference nothing had been heard of it, and it was lost to the Senate and to the country, as near as he knew. Sena tor Vorhees, the champion of the new measure, took up the cudgels in defense of the democratic members of the con ference committee. Eat Durham Excursion. Correspondence Public I-edger. The East Durham Methodist and Baptist churches ran an excursion to Clarksville Saturday and gave a picnic dinner in the grove near Williams' old tobacco factory. After dinner the East Durham baseball team arranged a game of ball with the Clarksville team and en tertained the crowd with an exciting game for seme time. The Durham hoys came off victorious. The excursionists enjoyed the trip very much in various sports, swinging, playing marbles, boat riding, drinking lemonade, and the little boy with his large sweetheart, and the small girl with the older sweetheart, all seemed to be perfectly happy. Don't go to Frank's unless you buy one of those beautiful summer ties. He Got There Just the SaiiH It is a powerful incentive to speed when there is a mad bull behind you, but it is a much greater incentive when ynu know that the BARGAINS IX Are dwindling down to a few. Wt to day offer every STHAW HAT in our store, ranging in price from '.'" ;" cents, at Choice for 25 Cents We are determined not to carry over single Hat, if loWprices will move them, and make this cut to clean them out. New York Casli Store Straw Hats