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1URHAM, N. ( TUESDAY fc. VISING, SEPTJSJUUiSlt 25, 1894.
PlilCE FIVE CENTS.
II PATH Of THE STORM
A Hurricane Sweeps Over
Cuba.
LOCAL NOTES.
GREENSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE.
JIOVKS ALONG TirE COAST
People Coming and Going: Notes of
tereat Kasily t ead.
In-
Ml
In'-rc'i? in the Dry Go-xls
Trade.
t itriLrn in tli Amount
yin i;"'41
j:,i.in Ion The I riesaon Will
I w enty-I i v -Mile irom sirai-
f.,ril li';ti w nn" unit .....
.f ia m
II A
SNA If. Sept,
,;, - i!'iT- preVIHO-
' :; ;mi i brcn til t'
l. ;-;!!! 1::-' ev.oi:
t, i; ri' ! i rr.i :i !ll' 1
i .1 I ...... . ,
p t ;i ni l l 1 1 i
6;:'i -!!i'-!it. wen.
' ' roper! y. in:
:i . i- -J.". A terii
; hroughont the
r:i.' .luml of Cuba.
. . and continued
f-iry through the
1 t: signs of its
dain'.ge has been
nv houses having
' wn down. tr.M's unrooted anl
:im out biiiioni'!-.-. cnrrieu away.
mi Oh- however, no loss oi me naf) uecu
rp;.;"tM!. The shi ij)hifr in this harbor
h;is i - ,') pril injury.
V.miinot()X, September 25. Tho
truji'. al hurricane that is supposed by
the weather bureau experts to have de-va-'at.-.l
the island of Cuba is now at
ta Icinir the southern coast of Florida
nml ,'ishinrr the waters of the Gulf. It
.... 1,
i- uncertain whether to pursue its
northwestern course or carom off the
land up the Atlantic in the tracks of
the coastwise trading1 vessels.
The bureau lias given timely warn
ing, and any mariner who during the
next two or three days heads his vessel
towards the south will do so at the risk
of l.oth ship and cargo.
This storm is a perfect type of those
hied in the tropics during the Septem
ber and early October seasons. Its ve
locity is unusual, but this is expected to
diminish before the wind reaches the
northern latitudes. Last night the
Morm centre was two hundred miles
.southeast of Key West, the wind hav
ing a velocity of thirty-six miles from
1 he northeast. It moved two hundred
miles west last night, and today at the
rate of sixteen miles an hour, its aver-ii;1-.-
forward movement previously be
in'r fourteen miles an hour.
Mr Bill Anier went to Cry today on
business.
W. II. Murray came down from Hills
boro today.
Will Lougee came down from Duke's
farm today.
Miss Mollie Cole was reported no bet
ter this morning
Miss Lida Carr passed through the
city today on her way to Raleigh.
Miss Mable Tomlinson aDd Miss La'ia
Carr wtnt to Raleigh on the noon train
today.
There will be a meeting of Durham
lodge No. 352, A F & A M , tonight at
7:45 o'clock
All ate invi'ed to go out aad heir W
V. Kitchin and Jerome Dowd lecture to
nitfld, ladies also
R. VV. Mason, soliciting freight aeul
of the Southern railroad, left on the west
bound m a! I last evening.
Mr. D. B. Cameron, one of Durham's
lumber dealers, arrived last evening from
a visit to his home in Harnett countj.
Miss Viua Lingle, of Salisbury, came
d.nvn on the noon train and is visiting
Miss Maud Hartin, on Mangum street.
Messrs. B. C. and J. A. Woodall have
opened up a harness shop on Main street,
next door to John Merrick's barber shop.
YV. H Pernell arrived on the morning
mail from near Raleigh, where he has
b.'cn to attend the burial of his brother,
who difd there Sunday morning.
Messrs. Wiliiams & Reavis have gone
into copartnership and are now running
their shoe shop in the rear end of M.
E-tk's fruit stand, Main street. Give them
a cnll.
JUg Shipment of Chickens.
; ; About two thousand coops of chickens
Dr. Reed' Successor to Be Elected as Soon j have been shipped from Randolph COUnty
as Possible.
The following has been issued by the
executive committee of Greensboro Fe
male college and sent to all the patrons
of the institution:
Greensboro, N. C , Sept 24, 1804
since January. These coops contained
an average of twenty five chickens to the
co ip, making about 50,000 chiekens.
Assignment of a Irufglt.
Thomas J. Watts, who began the drug
business in Raleigh a few months ago,
It is with profound sorrow that we assigned Saturday, with about 2,500
have to announce to you the death of our
friend and brother, Rev. F. L Reid, D.
D , president of Greensboro Female col
lege.
It is proper, at this time, that we make
an official statement to all the patrons
and friends of the college concerning the
present management and future plans
which this committee propose for this
old and honored institution
The present faculty was selected and
organized by Dr Reid, and ha9 already
given evidence by its successful work for
the past three years, that not a single
mistake has been "made in its selection.
Under this arrangement Dr. Reid did
no class'iroom workj hi3 time being fully
occupied by other duties who h devolved
upon him aa president In consequence
of this arrangement the regular work of
the pupils will in no wise be affected by
his death, and all the exercises of the col-
liabilities J E. Johnson is the 'argest
creditor, being preferred for fl.GGO.
and
Nervous De
bility, Nerv
ous Exhausfc
tion, Neural
gia, Paraly
sis, Locomo
tor Ataxia,
Melancholia.
kindred ailments, whether resulting
from over anxiety, overwork or study, or
from unnatural habits or excesses, are
treated as a specialty, with great success, by
the Staff of Specialists attached to the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at
Buffalo, N. Y. Personal examinations not
always necessary. Many cases are success-
Iuily treated at a distance.
A orntTlf A A new anc wonderfully
Ja.Pl JllYiil. successful treatment has
been discovered for Asthma and Hay Fever,
which can be sent by Mail or Express.
It is not simply a paiiiauve due a raaxcai
cure.
For Tjamnhlets. Question blanks, refer
ences and particulars, in relation to any
FOR THAT IS
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW
WHOLESALE OR RL7. ;
of th above mentioned diseases, address.
lege will be continued without interrup- with ten cents In stamps, World's Dispens
ary Medical Association, mi i-ia,m street,
Buffalo, N. Y.
INCREASE IN DRY GOODS TRADE
The Record Heine Broken In the Amount
of lltisincKtt Done.
Nkw York, September 25. A mcin
)rr of one of the largest dry goods
linn.-, in this country said today, in
tTiUing with the president of his bank
oer the general business situation:
"We are doing a very large business.
In fact, one day last week we broke the
record in doing the largest business in
the history of the house, and this is
Niving a good deal."
What is true of that house, in a gen
eral way, is true of almost every other
house in the same line, and is also true
f the houses in nearly every other
line of trade.
Further evidence of this picking up
of trade was given at the public sale
of silk- goods held yesterday. The sale
was made of the products of seven silk
mills, some of which are located in this
country, and others in France, Italy,
and Germany, and it aggregated !00
pieces, or about (S00.000 yards, which
hnmjrht in round numbers $500,000, the
nverage prices paid being good. It had
leen expected that the sale would
take at le:ist two days, but so brisk was
the luiying that it was all concluded
within the da v.
night on
Froft ssor Mims' lecture last
the subject of "Why We Should Read
Gocd Literature" was a first-ciass talk.
He delivered it to the Epworth League
of Trinity church.
Ida I'inier and Fink Strayhorn wre
belVre Vqum s B;;iLe and McMannen
t h id ruoiniiiiT for assault and battery.
The evidence was weak and they were
fined 50 cents rtnd co-t.
Miss Mary Mackay, formerly of Dur
ham, but now of Raleigh, passed through
the ciiy last evening on her way to Flor
ida. She is one of the leading members
of the Christian choir of Raleigh.
The negro thief who sioie two gold
watches from the residence of Mr. Paul
Olson yasterday have not been heard
fr m yet, so the officers say, but they say
hj had better keep himself in close quar-
! ter..
Only one cj;e before Mayor Link this
morning, that of John Thompson. He was
too full and it caused him to waver a lit
tie on the street. He was puiltd and
given h hearing, and it cost bim $4 for
his fun
tion.
As Dr. Reid has never resided in the
college and the Rev. Prof. J. D. Arnold
and his excellent wife have had charge
of all the pupils ia the college, the inter
ior workings of the institution will con
tinue as they have been since Dr. Reid's
election to the presidency.
The board of directors will, as soon as
practicable, elect a president to succeed
Dr. Reid, meanwhile, all letters of in
quiry, etc., should be directed to Profes
sor Dred Peacock, who has been elected
bv this committee as chairman of the
faculty. Very truly yours,
J. A. Udell,
O. W. Cark,
WT. R. UDELL,
Executive Committee.
T3
FRIGE!
THE ERICSSON'S TRIAL TRIP.
Sh HI Mcnm Tu-entr-rive Mile From
Mrutr.n-.l Shoal to Morton's 1'olnt.
Ni-.w York. September 25. Prepara
'.ons are being hurried for the official
fna! trip of the new torpedo boat Erics
son, which is to take place this week
over a measured course, between Strat
' or.l Shoal and Horton's Point, on
i-onir Island Sound. Several oflicers
''"'in the navy yard have been engaged
mv' the past few days in making
t
f "v!,
I. --it
t'.'t V
Hovs
".ir-e with buoys. The officers,
;!f!ii were Commander 15rad
I.ieut. -Commander West and
cnants Drake and Chapin, left the
v ir.'i in the lighthouse tender
ni1. took with them enough can
1 n.ark the course, which is to
' nly-tive miles in length. It is
I'ocved that the Ericsson will develop
"'n :u nal speed and exceed the
t'.ty-four knots an hour for which
" is designed.
A HOTEL CLERK'S ERROR
' Mistakes
a Wealthy Clnjjalee for a Gen
tleman of Color.
11 ' KDO. O., September 25. Vincent
b I;vH.rai a native of Gey Ion. who
M:,; tnat he was vice-president of the
''n Importing company of Daveu
1" :t. Iowa, was not allowed to have a
'-crsonian here early yesterday morn- I
: The clerk took Tissera for a col- ;
man. Tissera is verv wealthy and
" atens to sue the hotel for heavy
.:uai:tN. jie came to this country
Columbia, Ceylon, prior to the
""a;-. fair, and during the exposition
11 charge of the Ceylon exhibit in the
-f-cuiturul
t,
Professors Peg ratn a; d A rn d L ft
this morning to attend the fum-rn of the
Ifite Dr. F. L. Reid. They bear the ix
prcssions of deep sympathy ( f I fscc.'ty
and students of Trinity coih g,- to the
bereaved relatives.
The prohibition club will meet tonight
for re organization and business i-i thtir
rorni on Main street over the Durham
Furniture company's store. Thoe wish
ing to become members must be present
ami their names will be recorded.
The entett. inmcnt given last night at
Stokes hall by Belle Boyd, was the best
of the t-vnson There was a la'ge crowd
present and nil enjoyed it immensely
After the expenses are paid there will be
a balance of about $20 for the soldiers'
hime.
The attention of our readers i$ called to
the advertisement of the Trinity college
lecture commit tP which appears on the
editorial page of this it-sue. They strive
to give our people the benefit of first
class lectures and concerts, and should
receive the hearty support of citizens
generilly.
Messrs Tom Iay and Jim Faucett,
both well known in our city, will in a few
days open up a machine shop in Burling
ton, N. C. James and Tom are two de
serving gentlemen and TriE Globe
wihes ihem much success in their venture
in life for themselyes. Mr. Faucett will
b msn.H jer of the shops, while Mr. May
will .-tiii hold his position as engineer on
ro id.
Kichmond Pearson's Charges.
In a joint discussion in Asheville be
tween Congressman Crawford and Rich
mond Peat son, independent candidate
for congress. Pearson charged Post mas
ter Kerr, of Asheville, one of the pub
lhhers of the Abbeville Citizen, with
reading certain of his private telegram
and publishing their contents in the Citi
zju. Kerr replied he had seen the tele
grams, but under circumstances which
exonerated him from any violation of
properties. Pearson stated that in re
sponse to a telegram from him to Super
intendent Tree, of tho Western Union
Telegraph company, that official wired
him that a thorough aud searching inves
tigation would be made at once, and the
result of the same would be communi
cated to Pearson. The latter professes
to believe he has a case of offensive par
tisanship against the postmaster, which
he has given notice he will prosecute,
and the sequel promises to be very inter
eating.
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Town fioini M
On Low Prices !
Money In Your Pocket.
f 2.50 Shoes for $1.50
2.00 " 1.25
1.50 " " 1.00
125 ' " .85
The cheapest shoe, .25
f 1.25 Shirts only .85
50 cent Shirts, .39
15 cent Llack Hose, warranted
stainless, only .10
25 cent Black Hose, seamless
a-d stainless, only .15
T5 cent Corsets, .48
15 cent Collars, four plv, only .10
$1 Kid Gloves, in tan only, will
goat 50
20 cent Suppenders, .10
Face Powders, good, 0
Thimbles, 2 cent and up; Needles
and Pins, just look, going for 1 cent,
apap-r; Fools' Cap and Letter Paper
O'lly 10 cents a quire; Lfgal Cap nt
It ce'-ts a ijuire; ote Pa ier T hail'
Irice; Knveh p-.a full Hre,at5een
h pack, wrrh 0 anywh re; iage
Slates 5 cents; Ladies' Hats at bad'
price, and many other things Too
numerous to mention will be cut
half price and less.
J. L. COLE CO.,
Wholesale ani Ketiil N. Y. Racket
Store, Underbuyer and Un
uer3eiler of all.
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The Railway Commission Hearing
The railway commission has set for the
2 nh the hearing of the matter of freight
charges under rule seven of the associated
rl.vays A rharge is made on 100
pounds of freight under this rule, no
matter w e; In r tli- package weighs only
twenty five pounds. Mr. Culp, of the
Southern railway, ia on the date named,
to appear before the commission, and if
he does not t-how cause to the contrary,
the commission will place the matter iu
the hands of the Interstate Commerce
commission.
150 GALLONS
OF BILLINGS' AND KING & CO'S
READY MIXED PAINT
j&JI? COST!
We are going to quit handling Paint and wil
6ell at a bargain what we have.
Sneed & Thomas.
A Dunn Distillery Seized.
News and Observer.
Dunn, N C , Sept. 24 Deputy Collec
tor Troy seized twelve barrels of spirits
at the registered distillery of Wade fe
Parker near here today for failure to
bnd, non payment of tax and other ir
regularties
UALEIG", N. C,
Jarvia Made a lilt.
News and Observer.
Statesville, N. C , Sept 24 Senator
Good Companies Representetl-
Your Patronage.
Solicits
A CARD !
I herebv announce mvself a candidate for
Jarvis spose to a large aud enthusiastic ttieofflceor Towosnip uonstaoie or utirrara
,. , , T . . . Township, Durham County. N.C.nd if elected
audience here today It is the universal i pledge to ait to perform the dutks of the
opinion that he made a great speech and
olric
did much good. A number of prominent
populists and republicans were present
to hear him.
to the best of ray ability.
K H rilL'MPLKK.
ONE-HALF PRICE
"ProcraMtinatlonis the thief of time." Dr.
J. O. Brown, eurgeoa dentist, offers his proft
eional et vices in every deportment of dentis
try. Ana to introduce his local anaestnettc to
S7 In One Week.
East Durham, N C. July 12, '91
Received from J. W. Beasley, treasurer lessen pain, will extract teeth for artiOcial
Southern Sick and Accident Benefit Asso
ciation of Norfolk, Va , seven dollars in
fall of claim for one week's disability
E D. Marcom
Acents wan:ed.
denture only for cash at. half-pric until Au
gust I. 1S.H. Office ill Main street, U-i
bam, N. C
PHONE TSTO. 23.
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IP YOU ARE, GO DIE
I
Kacket brocervi
PRICES,
YOU WILL FIND THERi A FULL LINE OF
eavy
Tinware, Glassware, Plain and Decorated Tableware.
p
Fancy Groceries,
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
Chewing Gum, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and all the various brands of Snuff, all
or wnicn are soici ai me manuiacturers prices wit the usual
terms and discounts.
ARA
REMEMBER THAT I AM AGENT FOR THE
GON OIL CAN
A'in'ch I loan to customers Free of Charge who buy oil in five trallon lots. I have
Hist received three hundred of these cat s and want to put them out among the oil
;onsumers oi mis city in me next ininy nays, iryou want one apply early. There
i t over two hundred and fifty of them now iu use in the city and are pronounced
to be the best thing in the way of an oil cn ever invented.
It would be useless fur me lo try t tell you all the advantages of looking me
ip before you make your purchases w hen in need of goods, either wholesale or
etab. Ail I c-in ay, if you want to save Money it will pay vou to come around to
he Racket Grocery, on the corner of Mangum and Parrish streets, and see for your
self Prices and quality of goods always guaranteed All goods not as represented
wi l be taken off the customer' haud and the money refumlid. All goods sold in
tin-city limits and all g.-rxl-sold shipment delivered F. O. II. without charge for
packing i.r cartfige Ai d now. thanking the public and rnv friend for past favors
in i hojiiUir to share a iiieral j ortion i f the s one iu the futuie. I rcmtiu as ever
. our friend.
W. H. PROCTOR.
Composition on a Boy.
3?,---- Uy s Ix'fore lie's grown up.
ttvMmKo It his pants only run down to his
QjhiMtio. knees. A boy is a very useful article.
ins usefulness comes in wnen ins ing
sister wints him to run an errand ;
but his principal usefulness is in
wearing out clothes, especially pants.
Home boys wear out one pair each
session. Others wear out two every
week. This cut illustrates a happy
boy. Vhy is the boy happy ? He
cause his mother has bought from us
the Stanley Combination.
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
e reel lent and stylish fabrics espe
cially ad o'ed for service, and we
can sell you the whole outfit as cheao
as you can buy the bare suit from other dealers. Buy our
Stanley Combination for your boys, and make them hap
py. Sold only by
CDAMI successor to
i rrIN , w A. SLATER & CO.
100 WEST MAIN.
A.
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.
LAM BE
PEOPLE'S COLUMN I YfQ
Japanese Liver Pellets are the best SUort Time Car.tn, 1 cent ir word ir
buildinir.
'led Cingalese.
lie is a full
I h- Modern Keauty
on good food ami sunshine, with
in
I Ci.-e l ! t t nn n o ' r
i . . i
- with hei'.iu an-
wilU i s U an iv If
lit r
tit r face
auiv If her uvsImm
is toe ciditifiiit Heti..M .r
'''0 and pleasani
H.-l:tl Yentf rdxy.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg 10, Brooklyn i
At Louisville Louisville T.Xew York S
At ew.cinn.ui Cincinnati 4, Boston 7.
At S-. L mis St. Louis 1, Philadcb
pLta 21.
At Cleveland-Cleveland 12,Baltimore ?
At Chicago Chicago lT,Washington 5
iamitj mtuicine ior ilvcr comprint ana;day. one Inch, 3 Ver month; Two and
constipation 00 pills in vial 20 CCCtS ! 0ne-Ualf Inches pr mnntl.
W.M.i earbv. I . . -
T. J.
Clot'i r, Hatter Furnisher,
2Du.riia.x2i, 1ST. C.
The xc.rsion to N nfolk, Wednesday
Sept. 20, will be the last of the season,
and you should take it in.
cuy, ne uses the g-ri'l
ilOUid lTlia C
r;ut?.
Mid j :n r .
New York.
1'hiladelpld
llrooklyn.
Cleveland,
HOW
THE CLUBS STAND.
It wi.l be sf en in an ad of this i:iie of
Tn k Globe that R. II. Crumpler is in the
fitlii for township constable. Rufus u
well know here.
Why not go on the excursion Wedces.
day. $2 50 for round trip. This is vour
I. re Muts.
W I. pc
CI .t'.d
Jid . I riuif. 51 75 4T?.
65 59 Louisville, 35 81 .-78 !
Uvt chance.
t70R SALE-
X head liankinjf Co.
Graham. N. C
Five share of stock in Mor. - ;
Addrt-ss L ck lti 1M
TTELP WASTE f. MALE-Are vou unm
XX ployed ? Will ynu work tor jf 15 wee klj-?
Enclose refereuce n 1 Sflf-a'i lress- let i:ci-d t
envelope, ecet;lry. Box I. LUc.
nr a r i
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COAL
T OST Phyficlan's pocket visiting I:t.
U liberal regard is offered for It return.
A. M. M"UiiE. M. D.
Bixt-l Sfeond hand trrf.r.u
Call oa Vathn.ii Euruiture
l 4tJ Uf7 i iuc n -ati.
Johnson's dental Soap imparts a deli
cate odor acd leaves the skin soft and '
velvety Try it and you will never use
any other. W . M. l earby.
TOK SAI.
X S'juare Piano, a Md-toaida d a nw r'o 1
in Be. cheap.
Company.
esr.
I am prt -pared
Your orders
t dcliwr Coal as cheap as the cheap
oHcited. Kespectfull)',
CALE-MAX ean f-e. ureliteof Hie. Heltin i . , f , . - -
O aad General Kunl.. Irom Manut icturlni,' C 1 Tvi LJX7
Corporation. A first-clas line for nrst-ciai I J XJ I 1 1 T
roan. P. O. box for 1371, New York. w 1
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