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) " OVB. STOCK OF 'I FINEST LINE OF CHEWING TOBACCO;: I) :il CIGARS IN THE CITY:-; AT tiik niu :;;isr. . W. M. YEAKDY'S. c VOL. V. NO. 210. DURHAM, N. .!., MONDAY bVEJS'ING, SEPTJEAlliJilt 24, 1894. PltlCE FIVE CENTS. WHILE TOWNS WIPED OUT Seven People Believed to Be Yet in the Ruins. I WKNTY FATALLY LJ UKED A Fatal C) clone Vnai'$ Out Iowa and Minnesota. Alitor l'.(-ulika nn Ha Cli;tlInK'l -U-l.r Stephen ami Sellemaii to I ij;M a Duel Over Aitieles Kelle. tin;; on tlie -.. riiianl'res-Club. fof liirago-ltoth if 1 r;iii-!io-rniuii fighter. v i nona. Minn., September - TI. ports from the little town of Sprl.-i;. Valley, in the southwestern part (A i.h bt;ite. indicates severe damage, ueeom i.nnicd bv loss of life, done bv the cy clone which swept through this p;rt of Minnessota last night. Seven .on are believed to be dead in the i oi the wrecked building, while twenty an reported injured in various ways, m v eral of them fatally. Without any pruvious warning i!i htorm swooped down on the Jitth vil lage at 1 1 r-'JO o'clock. The violent-. f ie wind was terrible. Uarne:; and feii-je.-. were swept away like chaff, and scores t)f houses unroofed. Then th'. wirul gradually increased in vioh-nci until frail houses could no longer stand its force, and were obliged to succumb to the fury of the storm. Many of the residents were in their beds and asleep when the storm struck- the town, and were forced to to flee from their houses with scarcely any clothing on. while others, not so fortun: t were caught in the ruins and killed. Still others escaped with their lives, but were pin ncd down by falling timbers and wen obliged to pass the night in agony un til day break, when rescuing parties were organized, and they were reler. ed from the ruins. Few of these escaped without perma nent injuries. Seven dead bodies are known to be in the ruins, while other persons are missing and the list may be i nei eased. WILL FIGHTTWO DUELS. I ditor Keulcameii Hits C'liMlleiiget! Edi tors Stephen anil Seldeiiiitn. CiucAtio, September Two edito rial duels, instead of one, will be fought by City Editor Keubesaiuen of !he Abend I'ost. The proposal for the lirst one with Editor-in-Chief .1. 1' stephes of the Frei l'resse was thought by the friends of the principals yester day to be very Haltering.- Stephes. who was challenged by Reubesamen became of articles reilecting on the (orman press eiuh. published in the Frei l'resse, was inclined totreatthe matter lightly, but said that if Ileubesamen insisted he should have all the sat isfaction he de sired. Mr. Ileubesamen was excited over the publication of the story, and he said that Stephes had not aided in good faith in letting the facts become known. Hot h men served in the Her man army, and as cutlasses have been named as weapons, it is thought there will be bloodshed. Reubesamen yester day afternoon encountered Citv Editor Seldemen of the Frei l'resse, and, after a tpiarrel. issued a challenge to Selde man. The second duel, if it occurs, will, Reubesamen says, be fought after the encounter with Stephes is finished. Seltleman, like the others, was former ly a Cierman army officer. WILL NOT MARRY A LORD. M Us iUon i'mu'flrt IIt Fn km genie lit to I.ortl Willonyliby Krrshy. Loniion. September '11. -The betro t ha 1 of Miss Muriel Wilson ami Lord W illoughby tie Eresby, w hich was an nounced a month ago. has been cancel ed. M iss Wilson is a daughter of the Wilsons of Cranby Croft, of whose house the celebrated baccarat scandal "ceurred. Lord tie Eresby. who sits in I'.n liaineiit as the representative of the i 1 r ncastle Mivision of Lincolnshire, is eldest son of the Earl of Lancaster. ' s a member of the social group :t:ts the Prince of Wales set. '''asoii for breaking the engage ' ' not been made public. HtH T AM ALE MEN ORGA' IZE. ottioerel I v it u N'.tm-ih utu-lat iou IrUhnien. Nl u - September Jl.-.Vnv the : :!i:-n; panish-speaking. street- n- hot tamale men have trgan ' ' ' ' Mutual bone tit association, the c na'. numbers being employes of c Mercantile Tamale company of "aduay. .T. .1. Mealy was elected' evident, illustrating the ambition of j ;sunen to hold oftice and their abil ity ; 'i- v. .i. luannigan was .sed vice president, and .1. Keefe oaMirer. Although the eiVuers arc v:h. thev claim to In a retl pepper at-eent. 1 " .114.1 Another SullUnn hi ih King. :;an mlist'. of the nam".. f ' , ,w 1 ovan who is now at Port Natal, has ' ra"ment of cost. ,T ent a rhaUenge to Prank Maven to CulT Trice, d. and d ; discharged on j ae Norfolk excursion will have spc 'ht for a stake of l,joo. Maven has ! g-n,I behavior in the future cial rales lo Washington and Haltimore. replied that lie will accept if allowed ! .Umo iii ,j . The fare to Baltimore and return $:J.0U -LHln to r hi - expenses. Ui Modern lteanty Thrh Ivc-j on I'miil f,..i ...-.:.. .:,i. . i.mu aUU ,-UIJMNUl , Mill! (..tntyof exercise in the open air. term g ows with health and her Hcj r lace h.ooms wuh its uautv. If Ler system ue ..eacsing action of a laxative remedy, .he uses the gentle and pleasant liquid laxative Syrup of Figg. LOCAL NOTES. People Coming ami ;! iik Notet of In terest Family head. Mr John Ward returned to the city today. A. Ci. Cox. of Willurdville, is here today. W II. Willard, Jr., is still confined to his room. Don't forget Belle Boyd at Stokes hall tonight Julius Mahler left on the noon train yesterday. II. E. Seeman left on the noon train for Raleigh. W. A. Guttis returned to the city on the noon train. The seniors al Trinity have orderid cap3 and gowns. Joe Cates, who lives on Main street, Lis a yery sick child. liev. d. J. Do well is improving after several days of sickness. Maj W. A. Guthrie went over to I'itts boro today to attend court. Miss Lena Roberts, of Knap of Reeds, is spending the day in the city. J. IJ. Duke and A II. .Stokes went to Raleigh on the noon train today. T. 15. Christian, who has been sick for ssveral days, id on the street again. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carr returned on the noon train today from Occcneechee farm 2- E. Rawls left for the northern markets this morning to lay in his fall stock. V. S Christian kit on the noon train today to resume his studies at Wake Forest The Spider and Fly show left on the uoon train Sunday for Goldsboro. They will show there tonight. Mr. Gum Cates, who lives on McMan n-'U street, reports his two son who are sick, as being no belter today. There was a large crowd of the Uni versity boys in the city Saturday night lo see the Spider and Fly show. F. M. Cheek left this morning for Creed mo re where he is doing some build ing. He says that town is on a boom All of our city merchants are laying iu their fall stock of goods. They are leav ing every day for the northern markets Lieut. J. II. Sneed received a telegram this morning stating that Belle Boyd would be on hand tonight at Slekes hall. Rev J. C. Kilgo, president of Trinity college, occupied the pulpit at the I'res byterian church last evening and preached to a very large audience. Prof. L. W. Crawford is traveling foi Trinity college in the western part of the state. He preached yesterday morning and evening in Asheviile Mrs. V. S. Wealherspoon, who has been visiting her lutlier, Capt. .1 Y Whitted, on Main street, re'urned to Iter home in Goldsboro today The vacant store in the F r -it Na i n "bank building which is to be occupie : b Mrs. Ada Smith October 1, i being trod up by the VYortham wooden mills The dray and carriage men id ihe cii s'uould be more careful in driving throng I; the stieeis By so doing they will pr jv.mi a lot of accidents We think it would l well for the city dads to look into this matter at once. Prof W. I Cranford left this morning for Vale I'niversity to complete his second resident year iu the cour-e of B ichelor of Philosophy. He has been given a leave of absence for one year by the trustees and wiil resume the chair of Philosophy and Logic in Trinity college next year. The meetings at Second Baptist church still continue with much interest, Rev. C. M. Billings conducting them. He preached two excellent sermons yester day, morning and evening, to large con gregations. His text in the morning was James ii, .'5 In the evening was from I John ii, Hi Services at T:4 o'clock. Tlii Mornini;' Police Court. F. L. Nesvcomb, drunk an. disorderly;-! judgment suspended on good behavior in the future Dan Neathery, d and d ; costs and hnes. 7 :J0 He also insulted one of the boys that wear blue coats and bras but tons; for this oflence he was let of! with promise of good behavior in the future, Whitley, d. and d ; discharged on . ..- if i .711 1 n i i n n i i w i . i h i u.- ii ii ; promise of irrinii )uha ; ; .u.. t t i u ..... , ..... ev"-" "vuiui in lue luiuir. i W ill Jeffreys, d. and d; by being sr.! was until i Japanese Liver Pellets are thp t.v ! fami v medicine fnr vlr f , - , J , - - I or.,Vver complaint and ; consiipHiion oU pills in vial '2r, cents. W- M- Yearby The excur5ion to Norfolk, Wednesday Sept. 2C, will be the last of the season and you should take it in. ' TO SECURE FIRST-CLASS TALENT. Trinity' Lecture and Concert Course for tlie Coining Season. The lecture committee of the faculty of Trinity college have unanimously decided to give another course of lectures and concerts this season. From the past ex perience with the two courses already given they are now enabled to choose strictly first-class, professional talent ami such talent they are going to make every posidble effort to secure. Among thei lecturers and concert companies under consideration are George R Wendling, Leland T Powers, Robert Taylor, George Kennan, John Temple Graves, James T Medley, the Remenyi Concert company, the Loius Glee club, the Harvard Quartet, the Swedish Quartet and the John Thomas Conner companyj Many of these lecturers are now filling engage ments in northern cities at $200 per night. The committee are going to place on sale at once season tickets, with and without reserved seats, at exceptional'y low rates. The object of the course is not to make money, but to give uurnam ana ine Trinity students the pleasures and bene fits to be derived from a high grade course. The whole series last year did not pay a profit of 1 per cent. The season tickets this year will be $2 each, without a reserved seat, and $3 with a reserved seat. The course will consist of two concerts and four lectures. At the price the season tickets are now selling, one can attend the six entertainments at a price 50 per cent lower than can be ob tained in many large cities. We hope that the committee will not have the slightest difficulty in selling the required number of season tickets, and that the Trinity college course will regu larly become one of Durham's permanent and popular institutions. DEATH OF DR. REID. One of the Most Prominet Methodists in the State. This morning at 5:40 o'clock in Greens boro Rev. Dr. Frank L Reid passed away. For many years he had been one of the most prominent men in the Meth odist denomination in North Carolina. He was once president of Louisburg female college and was at the time of his death president of the Greensboro female college, which is just entering upon the most prosperous year of its history. Dr. Reid was a traveling preacher of the North Carolina conference and was in itinerant work until his voice failed from bronchial trouble. He was editor of the Raleigh Christian Advocate for many years and brought the paper up to its present high standard. He had been a director in several state institutions and at the time of his death was a director of the North Carolina railroad. He had been hopelessly ill since last Friday, of gastritis. His family and his two brothers were at his bedside when the end came. He had many friends in Durham who deeply mourn his death Tins sad event is a loss to the Meth odist denomination and to the state. ftNOfHSrt RAILROAD ACCIDENT. In Which iat' I.atta Is the Principal Party. Gaston L it! colored, while on his way home Sunday morning about 3 o'clock was well filled with what some of his crowd call "wtiite lightning" and in crossing the railroad he cam? in contact with the shifting eugine on the Soushern railroad and by that act his right foot and leg was crushed fiat After Drs John son and Cheatham were telegraphed for he was carried to the depot warehouse ami there arranged on a stand when the doctors amputated the leg, just below the knee. He stayed there until Sunday about 2 o'clock, when he was carried home, and is now restine very well A Hack Driver Kuus Over a Little Hoy. Yesterday evening while the little 2 year old sou of H. Enoch was crossing the street in Hayti he was run over b Lark Wood, a city hack driver After finding that medical aid was needed, Dr Fitch was summoned and found that the little one's arm was crushed, just above the elbow, and the hips badly bruised Lark will have to give an account of this. The case was called before Enuires B:irl)Ct. and McMannen at i t.Vloek and j witnesses are civing ;n their evidence as we go to press. We are unable elusion. to Hsertain the cn- It will be seen in an ad of this i-sue cf i The Globe that K II. Crumpler is in the ! f0rA?DSlllP COnstable- Kufus 13 i . i . i - . . -. ... it x nirinn x.. The excursion to Norfol k, ept. -0, ; wilJ be tLe trip of the season i YVhv nnt .- nn iK to.0i I n lte?Uion N edne?. J day. 2 o0 for round trip. This is your I last chance Johnson's Oriental Soap imparts a deli- S rule odor itnri lpirpa ih ibin enf .nd 1 -r. . . .ij ii auu ou win never use any omer. . ji. earDy. Mrs. J. H. Lansutq, of South GUn't Fall. Sar atoga County, A'. Y, writes : "After my third l child was born, I barely gained strength enough in two year's time, so as to be able to crawl about to accomplish the little house work that I had to do. and that only by lying down to rest many times each day; had sick bead ache very often, many pains and aches all the time. After I had taken one bottle of your Fa vorite Prescription ' I could see a great change in my strength and less sick headaches. Contin ued taking the medicine until I had taken seven bottles of the 4 Favorite and one of the Golden Medical Discovery.' I am now able to do house work for myself and husband and two child ren aged nine and fire. Mrs. LaKsnra. I also take dressmaking, and enjoy walking a mile at a time, when I can have the time to do so. And 1 am sure it is all due to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as I know I was failing fast before I commenced to take it." Sold by medicine dealers everywhere. cn z CD HALF PRICE'S o 3 rn Tow n &oin& Red On Low Prices ! ! 5 o L. h Ld G CC 0) Ld O O O H O z X cn D DC 33 C if) Itisan everyday question, how can you sell so much cheaper than others can buy, even in New York ; do you mean to gl-e away your jrootls v The answer is give one-half ami sell the other. We now have an entire new stock of yhoes. and our customers say they are the best Shoes on earth for so little money. A lot of ladies' new hats just ar rived at half price. 1.25 uontrola hlioes, solid leather, 75 cents; 1.75 dongola shoes, and a dandy, only 1W cents: donKola shoes, a perfect (rem, $1.2 5; 2 50 donpola shoes.a per fect jrem, $1.25; $2 50 dong-ola shoes, will take our eye, $1.50; pins, 1 cent a paper; ribbons and Jaces from 1 centayardup We haveanice line of No. lti and 22 all silk ribbon, wide widths, will ko for 10 cents; 15 cent black hose, warranted stainless, 10 cents; :J5 cent black hose, seamless and stainless, 15 cents; ribbon velvet half price. Another new ht of Hats anil Feathers just received to eo at half price and I will have the Hits trimmed. J. L. COLE & CO., Wholesale find Retail N. Y. Racket Store, Underbuyer and Un derseller of all. X H O o o r m cn DO o Fl H cn H O n PAINT AT COST I 150 GAIXONS OF BILLINGS' AND KING & CO'S COST ! We are going to quit handling Paint and wil sell at a bargain what we have. Sneed & Thomas. KALEHill, N. C, LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. Good Companies Represented Solicits Your Patronage. A CARD ! I hereby announce myself a candidate for Hie Ollltc til lunusiup wii:mijc- ui lui uaiu Township, Durham County. N. C.,and if elected I pledge to all to perform the duties of the oltice to the best of my ability. K. H. CKUMPLEK. ONE-HALF PRICE I 'Procrasstination is the thief of time." Dr. J. '. Ilrown. burgeon dentist, otters his prof es sional ei vices in every department of d ntis try. And to introduce his local anaesthetic to iessen pain, will extract teeth for artificial denture only for cash at half-pric until Au gust 1. isn. Office 111S Main street, Dur ham. N - '. PEOPLE'S COLUMN Short Time Cards, 1 Cent per word per day; One Intti, $3 per month: Two and One-tlalf Inches 1 per month. T70K SALE Five share of stock in Mure- ha 1 Hanking Co Address Lock Ilox 1SJ, (iraham. N. C. HELP WANTED. MALE Are you unem ployed 't Will you work lor $15 weekly '; Enclose reference and self-addressed stamirf-d envelope. Secretary, !x P, Chicago. T ' T Physician's r,rcket visitin? t. A rn. liberal r-gar! is offered fr it" return A. M. MUi iKK. M. D. TTMJi: SALE A crod second hand jrnind jl p-iuare Piano, a id-!jard and a new Fold- in lied, cheap. Call on Durham Furniture Company. SALESMAN can secure lin of Ho-e. Belting and General itubtx-r. trorn Manutactunn: Corporation. A rirt- la )in- for rirst-ci-is man. I. U. txi for 1 T1. N w Vork. rT0 KENT -Desimble o.Tu-e- in the HoJcaaii J buildiDF- Enquire at Globe office. T70KSALE A wire tap;ir;g machine: the JF very thlmr tor a matl job pnDtlng office; is brand new, havin teen used but one month: will he sold low for ch. Address ; The Globe. Durham. N. C. .25.00 KEWAKD-I wi l inve the above re- j v ward for the cnvicion of anyone fori Scoring, trapping or netting rtndjfe in . ! violation of th lat. There is a nne ot tio..w ; ; tor killing part ridres between the rtb day of j Ma.rch and the 1st dav of November. T. H. MARTIN. LD NEWPAPERS-Whn Uken in Urge J lots will be sold lor 10 cents hundred in order U) work off an accumulation of ex- changes. En mire m; The Globk office. nrnnv nnivrn nn a t nrH lull a r ii rn m mmm PHONE rro Yl III ll 'J IP YOU ARE, FOR HEADQUARTERS WHOLESALE YOTJ WILL FIND THERE A FULL LINE OF Heavy Fancy Groceries, Tinware, tessware, Plain A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES, Chewing Gum, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and all the various brands of SnulT, all of which are sold at the manufacturers' prices wit the usual terms and discounts. REMEMBER THAT I AM AGENT FOR THE PARAGON OIL CAN Which I loan to customers Free of Charge who buy oil in live gallon lots. I have just received three hundred of these cans and want to put them out among the oil consumers of this city in the next thirty days. If you want one apply early. There are over two hundred and fifty of them now in use in the city and are pronounced to be the best thing in the way of an oil chu ever invented. It would he useless for me to try to tell you all the advantages of looking me up before you make yoni purchases u hen in need of goods, either wholesale or retai:. All I c tn say, if you want to s-tve Money it will pay you to come around to the Kackei Grocery, on the corner of Mangum and Parrish streets, and see for your self Prices f.nd quaMty of goods always guaranteed All goods not as represented will be taken oil' the customers' hands and the mouey refund d. All goods sold in the city limits and all troods sold shipment delivered F. (). IJ. without charge for packing or cartage And now, thanking the public and my friends for past favors and hoping to share a liberal portion of the same in the future, I remain as ever your mend, Composition on a Boy. sf&rt. . A hoy is man hofore he's grown up. I"t his as you can buy the hare suit from other dealers. Buy our Stanley Combination for your boys, and make them hap py. Sold only by A. FRANK, SUCCESwSOAR IZ 100 WEST MAIN. FINE CLOTHING CHEAP We are catching the early buyers, and they are get ting bargains. Our increased sales are an evidence that our goods and prices are right. Come and buy your goods where you have much the largest stock to select from. Watch our ad. T. J. LAMBE, , The Clothier, Hatter I Furnisher, COAL! I am prepared to deliver Co il as cheap as the cheap- lest, l our orders solicited. SI3DIsrE"3r SCOTT, Baiiis ? GO DIRECT TO Racket Grocery THAT IS FOR LOW PRICES, OR ML. and Decorated Tableware. W. H. PROCTOR. pants only run down to his :0if. knees. A boy is a very useful article. His usefulness comes in when his hig sister wants him to run an errand ; hut his principal usefulness is in wearing out clothes, especially pants. Some hoys wear out one pair each session. Others wear out two every l rMi- .-ii . i i y weeK. i nis cur liiusrrares a Happy hoy. Vhy is the hoy happy ? Be cause his mother has hought from us the Stanley Comhination. This outfit consists of a Double Breasted Coat, two ( 2 ) pairs of pants, and the latest style Stanley (Jap of same material. ( Extra buttons with every outfit. ) The goods are of most excellent and stylish fabrics espe cially adapted for service, and we can sell you the whole outfit as cheao SLATER & CO. 1ST. C. COAL nesnectiulJw !