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ii - orK STOCK OF Jii CHEWING TOBACC ! i , rNSI'KIASKI. J .1 i! CIGARS IN THE CITY ! tiik imi g () 1 ' :i- W. 31. YKARBY'S. (I) VOL- V.---NO. 218. I ; E MIEBS THE MURDEHEB?; DURHAM, N. '., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMiiEJi -2o, L894. PlilCE FIVE CENTS. LOCAL NOTES. Theories Which ConnectHim with Other Murders. People Cuming and Going Notes of In terest f-'asily r eail. Mot Morehead came down ou the noon train B R. Hall returned today. from Greembaro AND DRAKE GO FREE ! . ' Vaugh.n ent nonfa this morn ing on the excursion. JI'- J" i .Miles Goodwin left on the noon train M11 to P(i Connected With the ' for Raleigh on business MunJer of a Mr. Callowav. l.wv I'Kitullon Ih Jtelng Taken to Pru rt f Myrr from the Violence of a Mob ,unl frm Frlendit of Forrest rovle Who IIht Srek to Wreak Vengeance on the Voting Man. Ainv . , September 20. -Several new th ories have have come out in the Mv r, murder ease. The detectives have worked upon a clue which indi-c;iU- that Myers may prove to be the n.unien-r of Mrs. Lilly, who was so bru tal iy .slain in May last, purely for the hu. all amount of money that she was v apposed to have hoarded. A suspi cious fact has been brought to light which associates Myers with that dark deed. Then his name has been associated with the murder of a man named Cal loway in Athens a deed evidently done for money and done in a most 'myste rious and brutal fashion. Every precaution is being taken to protect .ai vers irorn the violence ,ot a nob and from any friend-, of Forrest .row-lev who mi edit seek to wreak vengeance on the you no; man. Jones and Drake, who have been belt en suspicion, were released yesterday afternoon at the sueirestion of Chief i onnaly und they left for their homes. SEPARATION COMES AT LAST. The himIci biltn Will Not Figure Divorce Proceedings, However. Ni.wi-oKT, ILL, September JO. -The latest news about the Yanderhilt di vorce is that Mr. and Mrs. Y. K. Van dcrbilt have separated for good, but there ml! be no divorce. It is declared that she said to a you no1 society wo man, who called on her in Paris five weeks a jo, and who arrived in New York t h is week : 'There is no trouble between Mr. Vaiiderbilt and myself that lam will ing to discuss. Even if there was, I uoiiM . the hist one to speak of it. I see thai the American newspa pers are putting both of us in a very unenviable bxr''f believe me, I never will sue for .. . i . , mnoice, or nave my name on legal papers that savor of divorce." According to arrangements. Mrs. Vanderbilt will reach Newport about the 7th of October. During the past two weeks three eh tse-mouthed ser vants, headed by .M rs. Kolliet, Mrs. underbill' housekeeper for a number 'f year, have been nutting the marble palace in order. any Prof. E W. Kennedy and wife left this morning for Baltimore. J. L. Cole left on the "cannon ball'' this morning on a business trip Leo D. Heartt and Leo D. Ueartt, Jr , left on the noon train for Raleigh. There will be a baptismal service at the Second Baptist church tonight. II. M. Rosemond left this morning for the northern markets to buy goods. S. F. Tomlinson left today to attend the Graham and Settle speaking at Man gum's Store. The result of the prohibition club meeting last night was the addition of 23 new names enrolled. Tobacco is rolling in this afternoon fioai the country. The warehouse men may prepare for big sales somorrow. Owing to the cold wave, the chief-of-police has erected for the bays a stove in I his office, so they can stay in out of the weather. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH ! At the Commonwealth Cot ton Mill. SHE DIED THIS MORNING I SIS Buffered from loss or THE SCHOOL BOY la often a sufferer from headache. The seat of sick headache is not in the brain, for if you regulate the stom ach and bowels you'll cure it. Too much brain-work and brain tire brings on a rush of blood to the head -with headache, dizzi ness or " nose bleed." Miss Bertha Woltx. Caused by the Explosion of a Tin Lamp. EULOGIZING SOUTHERN PLANTS "iKeu r eat ure in the llusiness I in proveriient in the South ha ttanoooa, lenn., September JO. H e I ra desman m its report on the in casji ial condition of the south for the week ending- September 'J4th says. The '.ea.and for iron continues steady an ar-e, and several more furnaces are kr"ui into blast. Stocks do not accu mu, ate. but prices are not advancing as ei. i in-coal mining industry is now iuw activity and is fairly prosperous marked feature of the business im provement is the considerable number nlargeinents of manufacturing 1-ants ,,f all kinds. The textile indus- ,r.v:" active in all narts of tb. sontv. ' iic p.ans now under way are car ut the increase in the number of and of capital therein invest c tin- greatest for many years. "H oil industry is now begin- at ions as the new crop of forward, but the mill men "in:: much lower priees than ' last year. LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON. "itin,rp u lU u a.'i V.: 'a : ! '. Acre N Th,. - ( I- any Saturday. in the reiinant With New k Moliiinu Second. '"I.k. September -20. This is 'lv .V" k -ne h'ague season. ' ; -n the clubs in the first A hardly undergo ; 'Ar'n now and es w'-"- 1 .,.! I. '.win mi- pennant as a ; ;: hard, honest, and eon- r' "'.l the season. The New J-'ct second place, making a j'!'- '1 right after their bad :t,, champion Bostons will "content with third place, will be played the final He tirst and second elnlis win rames u ill nxefj iramecli. the lea' -u( 'a : championship is Tl '3 V :r JNDS AT LAST SECURED. -'". nt Hec.me Neceary to Main r 'ii the Mltit.- 4 . ' ' Kiiuiauon, :-; September CO.-Funds have : - secure,! to pay the militia , vvnnserve.l ln the protection " a.;:,u I'rupcrty during the recent 1 -im needed was $150,000. It V' tu'b;lnks,everal cap- , ; -.uiess men having guar re'.;:4 VIIU'n in case of the legis- nt of the soMers K d' ThC :.s ""iitHry organi- ("aptain Ashe came up on the cannon hall this morning and went out to Man- gum's Store to attend the Graham and Set lie speaking. S. II. Peace will in a few days occupy the room mude vacant by Mr. T. II Pace m. vitjg to Jtoanoke, Va. He will use it lor a sample room. Bev. B. W. Bailey, of this city, has ac ce.ued the pastorate of the Methodist church at Murfreesboro, Bev. W. E. hVmondson having resigned. J. B. Duke, president of the American Tobacco company, who has been visiting In ihe city for a few days, left last even ing to his ho.ue in New Ycrk L. W. Wise, a noted tobacconist of Durham, but sometime ago retired from that business, returned yesterday from a visit to Europe, looking as well as ever. The old Farmers' warehouse was opened ths morning bright and earlv Tobacco rolled in from all parts of this county and Granville. The nronrleinm 1 F reaouse was vei v much nl.u wiin tne opening. Lider P. V. Willaid, of Adams Creek association will preach in the Primitivp . liaptist church tonight at 7:30 nVlnnL- aud tomorrow at 10 o'clock a. m. Al wiYi.cu 10 near mm IJIder A. N. Hail will he with him. '"r 1 actS the well-known state a.'ent fot the New Home Sewing Machine company, left this morning oyer the Nor folk and Western f-.r l i- x- . i, lt liiuoive, a., w.M.re ne win make that point hi future n ii . "uu,.. Ile naa bten c.hah-ed from this stare lo other state.-, that of Virginia an. i . ueSee he (,,oiiB wishes Mr. IaCe ami u truly mnch Bucces in their new field. Her Death Was Caused by Inhaling the Flame Kather Than the Hum The Family Is in Needy Circumstances on Account of Long Continued Sickness Funeral Tomorrow. A Globe reporter this morning took it upon himself to visit the home of Mr. John Pernell in East Durham, which had been saddened by the blowing off of the top of a tin lamp at about 8 o'clock last night, thus causing the heated oil to ig nite. Linda, the little 8 year-old daughter of Mr. Pernell, was holding the lamp at the time, the oil popping out of the lamp caught her clothing, and before anyone could tear them from her she was burned nearly to death. She had just recovered from a spell of fever. The folks were away from home at the time the acci dent occurred. Mr. Pernell was across the street. Her mother died u . . u past summer with fever. One of her little brothers and one or two of the neighbors were burned very bad in try ing to tear her clothes from her. The reporter arrived at 11 o'clock this morn ing and she died ten minutes' before. She was badly burned internally by inhaling the flames, which latter caused her death The home is in very bad circumstances and Mr Purnell asked us to state that if any one would like to help him that any thing would be thankfully received. We think it would be well for some of our charity workers to visit this home. It is at the rear of the Commonwealth kuitting mills. She will be buried tomorrow afternoon at o'clock at Frank Proctor's trrave yard, three miles from town Bev. Charles Blanchard will conduct the services. appetite, constipation. neuralgia, and great weakness, and had ter rible attacks of sick headache very fre quently; also nose bleed. My health was go poor that I was not able to go to school for two years. I took Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets and 'Golden Medical Discovery. and in a short time I was strong- and well. Many friends are taking your medicines, seeing what they have done for me.' Miss Wolfe. eft a 3 o a S3 PQ a o "3 T3 a m a o HA1FJPMCE ! Town Goini Red On Low Prices ! Money in Your Pocket. f 2.50 Shoes for 51.ro 2.0(1 " 105 1.50 " " i.'oo L25 .85 The cheapest shoe, .25 $1.25 Shirts only 5 50 cent Shirts, .39 15 cent Black Hose, warranted stainless, only .10 25 cent Black IIos seamless and stainless, only .15 75 cent Corsets, .48 15 cent Collars, four plv, only .10 $1 Kid Gloves, in tan only, will ?oat .50 20 cent Suspenders, .10 Face Powders, good, .50 Thimbles, 2 cents and up; Needles and Pins, just look.froing for 1 cent a paper; Fools' Cap and Letter Paper onlylOcentsa quire; Legal Cap at 15 cents a quire; Note Paper at half price; Envelops a full line, at 5 cents a pack, worth 10 anywhere; large Slates 5 cents; Ladies' Hats at half price, and many other things too numerous to mention will be cut half price and less. J. L. COLE & CO., Wholesale and Retail N. Y. Racket Store, Underbuyer and Un- j derseller of all. C3 T3 CD O A3 a ST -1 CD 0 &3 63 in o 5 v. IF YOU AR., 0 DIRECT TO w (. I- B. mM Grocery J? UJK, THAT IS HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW PRICES, WHOLESALE OR REUL. YOU WILL FIND THERE A FULL LINE OF Heavy g Fancy Groceries, Tinware, Glassware, Plain and Decorated Tableware. A PULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES. Chewing Gum . Tobacco, Cigars Cigarettes and all the various brands of Snuff all of which are sold at the manufacturers' prices wft the usual terms and discounts. REMEMBER THAT I AM AGENT FOR THE ! PARAGON OIL CAN o &3 CO A3 sissl a Which I loan to cui Vomers Free of V.h'wp. whn i.mr ,n ;., n. iust received th.. ..,,.. .1 , 1,1 "C K"on 1018 consumers of thi ciiy in the PAIWT AT COST ! T I ot these cHi.s and want to put them out among the oil : next thirtv (bivs fvmi 1 7 ' . uu are over two hundred ani tiltv of th m now in nVe in 7i?"X 1 V y eaUy' ' iiere to be the be,t ,l,Ic in :he ,-.v of an oil e,n ever invented ronounceJ It would be iir.e e.-s lor in- to irv t i..!i ,., Dn n,., .i up before, ou makew ...rentes wh, n " ?. aiaEe.s 01 i" retail. All I cnsHv. if ,01 ws.m t , Mv. , " ''"" euiier Wholesale or the Racket Omcnl . n r e cm ,,er flf M.V;. " Z ' . yu lo come around to self Prices ami nuahiv . 1 . ' w 1,a" ' greets, and see for your- ..n 1... ... - Euai,tmet(i. All irora s nnt UJ r,, . ...1 Mil UB lUKeU (I I ie P.llll.M Hw' iar..L .,r,l .l , r. ' ' "VWIVOCUICU 1 1 , ... packintr or cartage And now ,i, i ..... . "V, ! KJ' wiuiout charge for and hoping to sh.re a lihe.al r.l.ribm .f , ' i."? ?y, f0r ,ast ' me iuiure, 1 remain as ever JJrmocr.ttlc flub. The young men's democratic ehi, m, t last ui.ht at the usual hour with T FT Martin in the chair. The secretary renorr! ed that one hundred democratic hand books had been bought and were r , r distribution. H H Boone said he had intimation that he country people wanted cluh frmB,i iathe country, and moved that a cjrn mitteeof twelve b app ,inte 1 to onraniz such clubs The m lrfon -J millCU, r. L. Fuller moved that a comaiittPP ,.f three be appointed oa rlaaace. Th motion was carried, an 1 J. R Pton W T f : a ... vsmuuua anj Abe Oildsteiu wre appointed as the cimnrttee. C. B. Green moved that the entire cluh be appointed a committee to m-?et Mai.ir Graham at Hvni n..r night at lOo'c ock, whereupon Captain iamsey moved that Mr Green be male ch:et m-ir. ial. r- D. 1J. Green's Public School. Dtjkiiam, N. C, Sept. 25, 1894 Editor Globe We visited the public school in district sixth, colored, about two miles from Durham on the Guess road on yesterday. There are forty chil dren enrolled. We arrived there twenty minutes before 1 o'clock, aud all the nu- pils were at play. The girls aud boys were on separate play grounds. The teacher is I). B. Green. He has a rood education and maintains strict dis cif.iine in his school. They have a good -ol... o! iious-;. The school committee are- 1 .1 1.1 mm; Mnpes, Joseph Dixon and Jerry M. Mar-, colored I B Blat.ock, ( bounty Superintendent Chapel Hill News o. Bryan and wife and little lv ili C'IMie over from n,.i.l,nm ;': ' -n..,,, th- night with the "f Dr. Rof erson He sail. for 150 GAIiliOMS OF BILLINGS' AND KING & CO'S the city limits and packing or and hoping- your friend, W. H. PROCTOR. Composition on a Boy. WliiXEBPlI -JT COST : We are going to quit handling Paint and wil sell at a bargain what we have. Sneed & Thomas. ltT. Ik V I 1 -' f. fnn il C'd m on Oc '' .: ;i 'o.rir tlv VHcant lot op . i , . 1 , 1 . 'r. w ins-on s house and build a nice residence will RALEIGH, N. C, LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. .ooi Companies Reprenentert Solicits lour I'alronage. Mr. J. T. Harris went to Greensboro to attend the funeral of Dr Reid II?r daughter Lida is there at college Mr W J Patterson has g..ne to Rich mond, where he has a position in a dru Store. We wish him sncfu Mr. N. G L.Patterson has remodeled the house opposite Dr Roberson's and . vui open a new notel October 1. Th's A CARD ! I hereby announce myself a candidate for umce ot -aownsmp Constable of Durham -1 TV. 1 iTommrirm A boy is man before lie's crown un fKs yiit his pants only run down to his Knees. A hoy is a very useful article, liis usefulness comes in when his big sister wants him to run an errand : hut his principal usefulness is in wearing out dothes, especially pants, borne hoys wear out one pair each session. Others wear out two every week This cut illustrates a happy boy. Why ,s the boy happy ? be cause his mother has bought from us the Stanley Combination. ihis outfit consists of a Double breasted Coat, two (2) pairs of pants, and the latest style Stanley Cap of same material. ( Extra buttons with every outfit.; The goods are of most excellent and stylish fabrics espe cially adapted for service. nnl wo can sell you the whole outfit as cheap bare suit from other dealers. Huv our ip- r '1frr.craS8tinati0n is the thief of time." Dr, - , " " v pv ucuusL, oiiers nis proie&- fi vices in everv rpnartmcnt will be a valuable addition to the collet ieen Sin" wldl-xtraet twVhaSr8Jirtf as wen as to the town Dr A A.Kluttz will take charge of m uooerson hotel and will furnish it anew for boarders and the traveling peo pie. ownship,DurhamCounty.N.C.,andifelected i I Pledge all to perform the duties of the yOtl CcTn bllV the uiuij' io tne oest or my ability. Qi l - , . . vv.. vniir. huv i . kumpler. ytqjiit.-j vuiiiuiiiauon ior your hoys, and make them h ONE-HALF PRICE I llJ oniy "y FRANK, SUCCESwsor. IP A. uenrursonly lor cash ar ha!f-pric until Au- i. jojt. umce ins Main street, Dur ham. N . PEOPLE'S COLUMN 100 WEST MAIN. SLATER & CO. FINE CLOTHING CHEAP u s urien?-il S, H-!v Trr , uc Sfclu soft and . - j v ami otter NaP imparts a deli. Hie ski 1 VOU win W at v , " ueer use ol. earby. Mayor's Court. Tube 6miih and William l.'awkins were b-fore the mayor this morning for steal ing Mr. Paul Olson's watcbes a few days i 3be was found guilty and bound over in a bond of $200 for his appearance t the Oerior rnnrt TKic i. .mj r w.i. uc laueu io g:ve and was accompanied to his room in the lock up. Hawkins was discharged for the lack of evidence By findine no evidence agaiQ,t Hawkins his and Tobe's connection was severed. Billy Farthing, one of our heavy weights, arreste tbem last evening about . o'clock The chief says Billy counts one or more in a case like this The Modern Ileauty j Thrives on good food and sunshine, with j plenty 01 exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her fac blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative To Chrysanthemum Growers. A number of Durham ladies and gen tlemen have organized a floricultural su-iety, and have decided tb hold thtir a-inud chrysanthemum show sometime in tne early part of November, and re quest all growers of this n 5er to make y.cpaiawon ior a display. A number of nort rime Cards, 1 Cent per word per aay; one Inch, $3 pr month; Two and One-Half Inches, per month. e are catching the early buyers, and they are get- Fi?1 HAnLErFive. share'a of -stock "in Mor7- B ' nici ca.-eo sales are an evidence that JL head Isankintr I A ,1? r n,. t. am rrrfi 1 mwl ..... 1 z- i uraham,x.c. " & Vi ilu in e .igiir. iome and buy your goods T.TELP WANTED. MALE-Are you unetn- '"" StCk' t0 11 ployed Will you work for f 15 weekly? atdl 0U1' ad. Enclose reference nd self-a-idrp.rt Btm,ii envelope. Secretary, Box P, Chicago. prizes will be awarded, announcement of TfTP!,TSic,aJ? V yisiting li.t. A . ' iuv.ciucuioi j liberal rerard i ofTprr-H f., A. M. MUOKE. M. D. nu.cu him De made later. This show will be in progress several days and will be the best ever held in Durham. Any information desired will be given by Mr. J. Y. Whined, the secretary of the society.' T in One Uo,b East Durham, N. c, Julv 12 '04 Recehed fromj. VY. Beasley treasurer Southern Sick and Accident Benefit Tsso c.at.on of Norfolk. Va , seven dollars in full of claim for one week's disability. , . , E. D. Marcom. Agents wanted. Japanese Liver Pellets are the best family medicine for iiver complaint and constipation o0 pills in vial 25 cents V . M. l earby. It will be seen in an ad nf thi , remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant ! 15 PL.BE lh!" R U-Crumpler isln the liquid laxative Syrup.-of Figs. I owlTre. COnsUble' Raf" is FOK SALE A gcod second hand rrar.d square Piano, a tfidelxard and a new Fold ing lied, cheap. Call on Durham Furniture Company, SALESMAN can secure line of Hose. BeitiDg and General liunber. from Manuficturing Corporation. A tirst-ehiss line for tirst-cias man. P. O. box for 1371, New York. T(lHiTTD.e8ir,ib'e offices in the Holman building. Enquire at Globe office. FOR sALE-A wire stapling machine: tfce i verj' thin for a small job printing omce; is brand new, having been ued but ore' month: ill be sold low for oah The Globe, Durham. N. C. T. J. The Clothier, LAMBE Hatter i Furnisher, , w. c. COAL! COAL A2SJ REWARD-1 will vrive the above re- tff ward for the convicrion of anyone for shootin, trapping or netting partridge in -violation of the law. There 19 a nne ot JlO.uu tor kiliin? rHrtridge between the 15th day of i March anJ the lit day of November. ' .r T. Ii. MARTIN. I 0LD. XE?rSf A?Afts-Whtn ken in larye I lOrs Will be gold for 10 cent a hunrfml n I , order to work off an accumulation of ex changes. Enquire at The Globe office. 1 am prepared to deliver Coal as cheap as the cheap j l our orders solicited. Respectfully, rz" SCOTT. !