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THE BUBHAil DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTBMBEB ,4.
The Durham Daily Globe. Ky AL FAIKHKOTHEK. Thk Globe Is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a ycar.or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe i3 a large eight-iage paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mall at f 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. G lobe telephone. No. 50. ADVERTISING RATES. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taen. Space per month, f 2 per inch. Reading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. Uusinos3 notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOIJK, Durham, N. C. DUKIIA3I, N. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. Will be a winner from tho start. Will be lively and saucy and al ways bright. It is in favor of your taking the paper, but wants you to pay what you owe, first. Eleven members out of fourteen of Indiana's state democratic committee favor Cleveland. The others want Gray for president. It looks like Gro ver is the winner. The Sick Man of Europe got down on Ins marrow bones to tbe czar of Russia and apoligized for tlie recent detention of a Russian vessel in the Dardanelles. The Sick Man is threatened with a con gestive chill every time be receives a communication from the czar and to save himself future inflictions lias con sented to open tbe straits as Russia de mands. Another brewing storm threat ening the peace of Europe has blown over. Away back in 1SSG Loud Randolph Churchill resigned his leadership on behalf of the government party in the English parliament expecting his action would break Lord Salisbury's combi nation and drop that worthy out of poli tics. The latter dignitary was too shrewd a politician, however, to be caught nap ping and Lord Churchill has been carrying his head in a sling ever since waiting for a popular invitation to come back into power. He will wait a long time. A musica'l treat is in store for. those who visit the great southern exposition to be held in Raleigh, N. C, during Octo ber and November. The band that is to furnish music for the exposition has been selected from the most talented musicians. Some of them come from as far as the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and two from Europe. The selection of the musicians was made by the musical director, who had directions to select the best, so. as to furnish the most complete band that has yet performed at a southern exposition. Rudolph of Hopsburg rests in his dis honored suicidal grave and the remains of his mistress -are likewise under the sod. The disgraceful end of the crown prince of Austria has gone into history and for the sake of decency it was hoped his dissipated career and its terrible end would be left to the charity of silence. Not-so, however, for a London and a New York newspaper have unearthed a sensational Lory which deepens the blackness which obliterates the virtues of the dead prince and the world will again revel in the salacious story of his wasted life. THIS GLOBE FOR 18!1 2PV 1ft . ''v. v. M MM S) 'IT llS ANOTIIEK SKNSATIOX. The Globe has recently written of some of the wild and wooly reports sent out from Raleigh concerning several dif ferent things. Our general talk related to the idiocy of the rumor to the effect that Ashe and Polk were just about to fight a duel. In a New York paper of Saturday a fatherless and motherless ru mor appeared that a certain judge had sentenced certain negroes to be publicly whipped. The story had its creation in the fertile brain of some versatile corres pondent who lies by the column. No judge has ever returned such a sentence and according to the following from the News and Observer, no judge ever will: We notice in an exchange that North Carolina judge gave a criminal, who had been convicted of some offense, the choice of being sent to the pcniten tiarv or of being whipped, and the man chose the latter and was whipped. The constitution of the state limits punish ment by the court to the death penalty, line and imprisonment. Ihe court can not lawfully inflict any other punish ment. A court can turn a child over to paren tal authority to be dealt with ; but it can not have a man whipped and call it pun ishment. Whipping may perhaps be re sorted to a part of prison discipline, but not as a punishment for offences against the law. Even with the consent of the c riminal, the court cannot inflict a pun ishment not allowed by the constitution At least that is the way the matter strikes us. Captain Ashe has doubtless grasped the law by the back of the neck, and if he desired he could also doubtless make it pant.. Rut somehow or other it occurs to The (J lore that the next legislature should change the constitution and again inau gurate the public whipping post. There are a hundred petty crimes and some serious crimes committed every day which the whipping post would cause to cease. The sneak thieves, the wife beater, and in fact dozens of different kinds of criminals, if they knew they were to be publicly whipped, would do better. The constitution is a huge old affair, all will admit, but a change in this particular direction would benefit the entire state. It may be that the sensational corres pondent has builded better than he knew AS TO A SOCIKTY. The Greensboro Patriot, after a great deal of labor, evolves the following: The Durham Globe, which, by the way, is one ot the brightest papers in the slate, and the New York Advertiser have formed a mutual admiration society. The Glore starts out with a very flattering notice of the "quill-driver" in New York, who responds by declaring the Durham genius a man of judgment, and procteds to tickle his vanity with a nife notiw t his "album of song, and thus they go on saying such things about each other and we suppose it will continue ad in-finitum, but it is all right we suppose if it makes these gentlemen feel better. As to an admiration society TnE Glore, if it could with authority do so, would be flattered to admit that Colo nel John A, Cockerill, editor of the New York Morning Advertiser and the New York Commercial Advertiser, and acknowledged the genius' of American journalism, had taken this James Crow paper as his running mate. It is true that the New York Morning Advertiser has referred several .times ed itorially to this household necessity. But the Advertiser is so much bigger, so much better than this little affair that the Patriot's flattery unstrings us. However it may be well in this con nection to mention the absolute fact that The Durham Daily Globe is the first paper in North Carolina to receive con tinued recognition from a leading New UYork newspaper. -And this recognition without solicitation from Col. John A. Coc kerill is a guarantee to people who take The Globe and those who read it that it has decent ability. Only a short time ago the Atlanta Jour nal the leading daily newspaper of Geor gia contained a two column article de voted to The Globe and in that article stated that The Durham Daily Globe was "the liveliest paper in the South." Western papers of national reputation have gone out of their way to mention The Globe as a live newspaper, and the old man without egotism, really believes himself as the Patriot admits that TnE Globe is one of the brightest papers in North Carolina. THK FOOLS DYING. Bradford, Pa.. Sept. 2. A suicide mania has taken possession of the aged members of the local antagonist circle here, founded by the late Dr. Stuart, wno nimseit lea the way by taking his life. Since then three other members of the circle have tried to kill themselves. and two succeeded. The last case oc curred yesterday, when Elias Heasley, aged sixty-six years, took "Roueh on Rat" and died from the effects. He had pondered upon the life and death theory of Dr. Stuart until he decided to end his life m harmony with his friends theory and practice. Any old fool or young fool who would join such a society should be speedily transferred to a lunatic asylum with posi tive orders that they must die there. All the fools in the world cannot de termine whether or not life is worth liv- g. For the most part it is not worth living. But it is worth living just as much as it is worth dying. There are plenty of pleasures in the world and the bitter must go along 1rith Ihe sweet. The Globs knows of hundreds of mis erable creatures who have "long ago fig ured it out that life is not worth the cofliu that it will take to bury them. And their figures are correct. This old man believes that the sentimental fool can brood over real or imagined trouble and finally conclude that all is misery and death welcomed. - We also believe that the people who brood are unsound in mind. If they are not, why should any one regret his mis fortune. Go to an institute where patients de formed and wretched are being treated, and congratulate yourself that your limbs are sound. Go with us over to the Third Creek disaster at Statesville and see the pile of human bones which that wreck left, and congratulate yourself upon escaping it. Go to the penitentiary and see the convicts working away their lives with no hope and no reward but the lash, perhaps, and again congratulate yourself upon being free. And when one sees the misery which they who live suffer, he must still remem ber that it could be worse. All these Christian Science frauds; these societies which talk about things of which they know nothing well, we said a while ago those comprising it are lunatics, and the states, in their wisdom, have prepared places for lunatics. Let them be taken there. There are two sides to the pauper immigration question. The othe't side was presented by the poor Russian Jews who landed from Hamburg a few days ago and under our laws were returned at the expense of the owners of the ves sel. The poor people go back to perse cution and poverty and possibly ban- ishement into Siberia. They are with out a country having been expelled from the dominions of the Czar. The women and chilren excite pity in the breasts of the sternest opponent of pauper immi gration. South America ought to be and prob ably will be well represented at the Co lumbian exposition. The republics of our neighboring continent have almost as much interest in the success of the en- terDrise as we of North America. The reciprocal trade relations which the re publican party is striving to encourage between the two Americas will be greatly assisted by a proper exhibit of the wealth and resources of South America at Chi cago in 1893. AT RANDOM. Mary had a little laml- Or history is wrong'. She said she didn't care a ham If the butter had been strong. But then, you see, 'twas not a goat - But a wild and wooly sheep, And so, you see, it is pretty hard To determine whether or not the The razor-back heg ia a winner With a tusk or two tusks. Because the McKinley bill The tariff is robbing us Poor Farmers, . Anyway ! The above is another attempt at poetry by Colonel Alex Walker, our esteemed to bacco editor. It is evident that he cannot write poetry ; it is plain that he can write to bacco reports. Every man has his forte, said Artemus Ward. And it is now apparent that our friend Walker is not a poet. It is not his forte to write poetry. At a late hour last evening both the gallant colonels, Briggs and Southgate, were over powered by the old man and their valuables, consisting of gold watches and money were taken from them. The old man refuses to de liver himself, demanding that Mayor Angier pay the freight. The case will attract Univer sal attention. Vauohan, the druggist, has had another ex plosion with his soda fountaio. Colonel King was killed again. Colonel Charley Whitaker makes these predictions from his weather bureau and wash stand combined : Look out for early frosts, not later than 3:30 this afternoon. . House your cabbage plants and place them in a pot when ripe. Boil 'em to a finish. Mars will pass Cancer and a ring-worm on the mornftig of the 32d. Secure orders early. The Moon will be in perihelion or something similar pretty soon. At this juncture the Man in the Moon will be in the'soup. Hoist a cold wave signal and make your wife build a fire. To Make Them Show Their Hand. Salisbury Watchman. The Durham Globe states that it has instituted suit against the "Western Union Telegraph company for failing to send news of the wreck at Statesville promptly last week. This is right and proDer. Perhaps the company will attempt to show that it had so much business on hand as a reason. It is a well known fact that railroad men and telegraph men are on friendly terms. They only send such news as the railroad dictates. There is policy in this. Railroads don't allow their employes to give certain informa tion to the public. Perhaps this is right to a certain extent, but there is no reason why the telegraph companies should not send news promptly when it U paid for. She Was Willing to Give Up All. "When Queen Elizabeth, of England. found death approaching her. she cried despairingly, "All my possessions for a moment of time!" There are wealthv ladies to-day, the world over, who would gladly exchange their riches for sound health. Many are made well and happy by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, a never failing cure for diseases so com mon to women. As a corrective for all functional weakness it U of universal repute among the sex and thousands of pale, worn-out, enfeebled victims have been changed into vigorous women and girls by its use. Guaranteed to give satisfaction, or price refunded. Drug gist have it. Simmons Liver Regulator cures gen-! eral debility and will give you new lease I on life - An Exciting Rare. Salisbury Watchman. Colonel Fairbrother, of Durham and Maj. C. F. King, of the Atlanta Journal, run a novel race at the fireman's tourna ment, at Durham, last week. Colonel Fairbrother rode his paster and cutter and Major King rode Colonel Carr's fine Durham bull. The prize was a wad of molases candy. The race was a tie and the candy was donated to Colonel Cook, of Concord. BDRWELL, WALTON & CO., DURHAM, N. C, miWm MS PAINTERS ! Shop formerly occupied by A. J. Stewart. We will do all work in our line at the very lowest prices, and as we are expe rienced in our lines our work will give the best of satisfaction. GIVE US A CALL. Shop near Southern Express Office opposite Parrish's Warehouse. LTJTZ & MICHES, Civil Mmn ui UM i Keconnoissances, surveys, locations, maps, estimates and specifications for all kinds of railroad, town, masonry, sewage disposal, landscaping, water supply, bridges, roads, etc. Architectural plans of all descriptions, esti mates, specifications and superintendence. Contractors making1 bids on any class of work will do well to call on us for an estimate of cost. Plans for massive structures a specialty. P The Valuable farm owned bv the late F. N. Strudwick. situated 1ne milo south of Hills- boro, consisting of about 200 acres of land, finely adapted to the raising of grass, grain and tobacco ; well watered, good natural meadow: also several acres improved grass and clover ; dwelling house with six rooms. comparatively new, all necessary out-Duna-ings and good barn ; unsurpassed well of wa ter and good springs ; fine young orchard, several hundred trees in full bearing. For terms -and further particulars, see at once or address DIl. WM. STRUDWICK, Hillsboro, N. C. R. B. Boone, Of Durham, N. C. Lt. L. PAMPLIN Of Nelson Co., Va. R. B. BOONE & CO;, Office, Court House Building, DURHAM, N. C, M Mats touts d Brokers ! Will Buy, Sell and Rent Property OX COMMISSION. Personal Attention Given to All Prop erty Placed in Our Hands. REFERENCES : The First National Bank of Durham, N. C. The Fidelity Bank. Durham. N. C. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Livery, Peed d Sale Us! Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Hates. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. I totfck Cold, took Sick, I TOOK .1 ;t 1 " mi RKSULT: I take My Meals, I take My Rest, Mi I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKE ( j ANYTHING I CAN LAY MV HANDS ON ; FOR Snir i srclt xnsr till too, r va. .-f :i 1 1 i v Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil t and HypophosphitesofLimeand j ) CnHa NOT ONLY CURED MY Illfili. . j u nt Consumption but built c J ME UP, AND IS NOW TUTTING ! FLESH ON MY BONES J r THE RATE OF A POUND A DAY. I j 1 ARE IT JUST AS EASILY AS I DO MILK." ) y.JVll TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW. .SCOiTs EMULSION IS DOING WONDERS daily. Take no other. I BEECHAM'S PILLS M ilHl 6HEAT ENGLISH REKEDY.) Core BILIOUS and i HervoTis X1XS. I 25cts. a Box. B O? AT.L DliUGGISTS. LOOK HERE I Blackwell's Grocery 104 Man gum Street. Dealer in Light and Heavy Groceries, uannea Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, Meats of All Kinds. is fact Everything kept in a First-class Grocery, and at prices low as the lowest. Give me a call. 3ii gaajmin Oil! SPECIAL NOTRE Advertisements of help wanted, situations, for rent, for gale, loans, liarjraina, lost and found, exchange, and miscellaneous adver tisements at cheap rates will bo inserted in this column under the heading Special Notices, at the rate of One Cent per Word per Day. On monthly or lon time contracts a special redaction will be made to permanent adver tisers. For speedy returns at trifling cost try The Globe Special Column. SPECIAL NOTICES. ALUMINUM BASE in artificial teeth, the cheapest and best. No rubber plates un less you want something cheap and not good. Dr. L. B. Henderson, over Morehead bank. TEETH pulled, teeth filled, teeth made and teeth repaired. Dr. Wm. Lynch. Wright building. Give him a call and he will do you good. FOR SALE. DRUGS A small but complete stock drugs, medicines, scales, graduated measures, a beautiful line new shelf bottles with fancy gilt labels : tin cans with gilt labels, etc., at 50 cents on the dollar. Must be sold. Satisfac tory reasons for sale. For terms and particu lars call at The Globe oilice. FOR SALE A car load of good saddle and driving horses. Stable in rear of Howcr ton's shop. Cheap. W. H. Osborn. FOR SALE My residence on Morris street, 8 rooms, 8 closets, bath room and city water attached, also a double kitchen ; the lot is 100 feet front, 2G0 deep. Residence with 7 rooms on adjoining lot, 75 feet front, 208 deep. Three vacant lots on Watkins street. Four one-acre lots on Alston Avenue. For terms apply to J. A. Cox. J. W. HUTCHINGS. BUTCHER -Market house. Fresh meats of all kinds always on hand, and prices low as the lowest. Tele phone if you can't come. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all kinds, and the best at the cheapest prices in this city. W. R. Murray, Main street. PERSONAL. PERSONAL Mrs. Blank, you can get a good second-hand sewing machine from f 5 to $15 of W. R. Murray. a . PERSON A L-r John, were you out late last night and is the head by this morning ? If so, smoke Whitehurst's Durham Medicated Celery Cigarettes. They will give you relief. PERSONAL The man who died and left his wife $10,000 was insured in the Washington Life, Samuel L. Adams, agent. WANTED. lvU Men's Clothes. Bargains in all kinds of clothes and gents' furnishing goods. C. Sum merfield & Co. KCC LEAN and hungry men to go to 105 OUl Mangum street and get something to eat at my restaurant. Meajs always ready. w.M. Craig. XXTANTED All the farmers to bring their T t tobacco to the Banner v arehouse wnere the best prices are always paid. 999 BALD-HEADED men to get their hair cut at G. W. Macklin's barber shop, un der Jonnson's. 7 O SMOOTH-FACED men to get shaved at I Jmd Macklin's, under Johnson's. T WANT it understood that the Parrish Ware- JL house is the hummer with horns and ample room. Best ot prices. Jfi. J. .farrisn. WANTED Two hundred and fifty fine look ing men to drink our delicious soda. W. M. Yearby. BARGAINS. BARGAINS Feed stuffs, meal and flour for city and country trade. All kinds of gro ceries at prices the lowest in the city. Wyatt Brothers, opposite pqstomce. mp; PEABODY STREET is where Peyton tJ H. Smith runs his ice cream saloon, and where you can get the coolest milk shakes and lemonade in the city. T) ARGAINS in old papers at this office 15 Accents per Hundred. BUSINESS CHANCES. SOUTHGATE & SON Nearly $500,000 paid the citizens of Durham. No contested claims. Proof of the pudding. Why not? FIRE and Life Insurance. Wr J. Griswold, Main street, will save you more money and give you better inducements than any other agency. JH. SOUTHGATE guarantees life insur- ance 50 per cent less than otfered by any company represented in the. city. GOLD Not only in jewelry but in all sorts of things and especially in spectacles, at the old reliable Charles T. Postley jewelry house, established 1875. LOST AND FOUND. LOST A life and no insurance, by not en quiring of Samuel L. Adams, of the Wash ington Life, in Wright building. LOST Hungry men and women lose flesh by not going to the Driver House, conducted in good and first-class style by Mrs. Fanuie Petway. FOUND Relief from the ravages of catarrh in the head. Whitehurst's celebrated Medi cated Cigarettes gives this relief. MISCELLANEOUS. REAL ESTATE is nothing compared to the investments which you can make at C. C. Taylor's. TAKE A RIDE F. C. Womble, Durham, jl aeais m Dicycies ot an kinds. Can save you money on any machine made in the world. Call or write. SIDNEY HOLDER Chickens, fruits, vege tables of all kinds, confectioneries, etc. Rare bargains. Pea body street. R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER, always sell ing at $3.00 a jug, now at f 2.50, at Michaels & Go's. Get a jug. It is the stuff. TyORM3If you've got 'em, go to Michaels t & Co. and get a jug of Kadam's Microbe Killer. Going now at tZJjQ. COCA-COLA will, do you good these warm days and so will misina orange business. For sale at Michaels 3c Co 'a. DARKNESS will certainly overwhelm you unless you buy lamps of C. C. Taylor. Main street. FRENCH CLOCKS And all of the beauties and prices lower than anything at Charles T. Postley's, sign of the big watch. FOR summer complaint, cramps, cholera murbus, colic, etc., use Yearby's Aromatic Ginger WEET VIOLETS are not in it when you can Oget crushed violets at Michaels St Co's. lECHAM'S PILLS-Beecham's Pills cure Bilious and Nervous Ills. JB,,FRIN52iNG of f11 kinds ruling and CJ binding. Prices as cheap as cheap as any in the state, and work guaranteed to be first class. Address the Educator Co.. Durham. BROWN'S IRON. BITTERS -Cures Dyspepsia , In digestion & Debility. ARE YOU L The fall term of the Graded School opens SEPTEMBER 7, And your children will need New School Books. Rogers' Book Store IIa3 all the Itooks. Rogers' Book Store Has the Cheapest Uooks. And by Dealing There you will Save Money. TABLETS, COPY BOOKS, SLATES AND PENCILS. Everything that you will need at School. In addition to the very full stock of SCHOOL BOOKS you will find everything else usually found in a first class Book and Sta tionery House. Call and See on Main Street. ROGERS & CO, SEE US NOW! A. G. COXA CO., Corner Main and Church Streets, Have just now opened a Fresh and New Stock of HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES Prices Always Low ! Goods Always Fresh ! FRESH LOT HONEY Just Received. GIVE THEM A CALL And you will bp Pleased. m Worth Remembering! IP YOU WANT Any kind of Printing or Kinriinp; IF YOU WANT Old Books Rebound, or Magazines, Papers, &c, Bound in Good Style ; IF YOU. WANT Record Books, Ledgers, Day Books; IF YOU WANT Legal Blanks of Reliable Form ; IF YOU WANT The North Carolina Manual of Law and Form, the best Form Book for Magistrates (price $2) an the only one re vised to date, SEND TO EDWARDS & DR0UGHT0N. Printers and Binders, ualeioh. N. a