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rDBOPHOBlA A FAKE,
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SO' SAYS SUPERINTENDENT HAN
! K1NSON, CF THE A. S. P. C. T. A.
He -Jnow a Gooi! Deal About Dogs and
' "lyoesn't Believe That Many of Them
do Mad Hydrophobia Is Imagination,
fgvme of His Experiences With 'Cases.
"Can a man scare himself to de&ta
affttr having been bitten by a dog which
131 mad?" I asked Superintendent Han
MnSon, of tho American Society for the
Prevention of Cmelty to Animals, one
day, as he eat in his little office on Tven-ty-second
street.
Jtlr. Hankinson is a good natured
looking man with reddish hair, who is
afraid of nothing and nobody: certainly
not of hydrophobia quacks.
"Why, certainly," he said, with de
cision. "That man down in Asbnry
Park who was bitten by a" cat was
scared to death. lie never had hydro
phobia. He died of nervous prostration
brnght on by worry over an imaginary
danger. His friends were all pitying
hiia. and hoping he wouldn't die, and
phiphesying that he would, and he was
" a x&ln of nervous temperament, as edn
catW people sometimes are, and it sim
ply.lrilled hnn. I suppose he read up in
the books about hydrophobia and it
turned his head. That's all there was
about it. Do you remember what a
greaj; howl there was about those New
ark boys who were bitten by a 'mad
tiog,' and who were sent over to Pasteur
to b 'cured?' "
"Why, of course; whoTloesn't?"
'Well, it's quite easy to cure a disease
thai-never existed. Those boys never
had. hydrophobia and never would have
had-it. The dog-fi didn't have it. Dur
ing, that excitement we went to Newark
and found a lot of dogs shut up. We
asked to be allowed to take them away
to o'ar stables, but the people wouldn't
have it. Do you know what was done
with those dogs After the excitement
was all over they were given back to
their owners, every one of them. Not
one- was killed. Not one of them had
anything worse than a fit. Why, our
mes are constantly handling dogs, get
bitten again and again, but they never
dream of having hydrophobia. It's a
rnylk.' There isn't any such thing."
A CASH OF IMAGINATION.
" Then you dou't believe in tho exist
ence of such a disease?" 1 asked, think
ing that, as Mr. Hankinson probably
knovs more about animals than any
other man in America, he must be good
authority.
'No, I don't. There maybe such a
disease, but I don't believe it. I never
saw a case or knew of one positively."
" Ilow about these doctors who cure
it?" 1 asked.
"fRhey don't cure anything. I asked a
mswho makes a specialty of treating
hydrophobia, as he calls it, if he ever saw
oneingle case of hydrophobia to which
he could swear. He refused to answer, but
he told me this stoiy. A man came to
him one day in terrible distress. lie had
been bitten by a dog; he feared madness;
he could not sleep at night and was
afraid he was going to die. He Leased
tho doctor to treat him. The doctor said
it Vrtis too late; tho period of inocula
tion had passed, and it would be no good
now. If he had hydrophobia there was
no way to stop it.'
"The man went away, but came back
the next day nearly frantic. Ho hadn't
slept a wink and begged the doctor to do
something for him. So the doctor took
the man into his operating room and
gave him a hypodermic injection of
water just pure Croton water. lie
went away, slept for the first time in
two weeks and came back the next day
for more water, and again the next, and
was soon perfectly cured. Tho doctor
told me that himself, and he professes to
cure "hydrophobia.
SHE WAS MAD.
"Why," continued Mr. Hankinson,
"I've had a woman in hysterics right in
that chair you're fritting in because a dog
had bitten her. She wanted mo to kill
the dopr. I wouldn't do it
Then
she
screamed in a terrible way. When
sh
Stopped 1 said to her: 'Madam, you onht
to D0 ashamed of yourself. -A woman of
your intelligence! You've interrupted
the business of the oflice and drawn a
big crowd under the window to listen to
your yelling, and all for a whim. Some
body told you you were going to go mad,
and now you think yun ought to go mad
and you'll be mad if you don't go mad.
You just go home and say nothing about
it and you'll be all right.' And sho did it.
"Another woman brought her boy in.
He had been bitten by a mad dog, and
she wanted it shot, slit- said Tho boy
looked perfectly well.
" 'Now, look here,' said 1. 'you've been
talking a good deal to the boy about
this, haven't you? And the neighbors
have too? And you've been telling him
that he's likely to have hydrophobia,
.haven't you?'
" 'Yes, of course, we've talked about
it,' said she.
" 'Exactly,' said I. 'You've been tak
ing 'the precise course likely to drive
hiiimad or make him think himself so.
YorOiave been trying to scare him to
deaigi. If he were to go crazy it would
be yipur fault. How is it, bub,' said I,
tuning to the little fellow. 'You don't
expert to go mad, do you?'
"?So, he didn't think he should, he
said. lie didn't feci any different. He
was a brave little fellow. So 1 sent
them home. too. and that was the last 1
heard of it. The dog had had a fit, that
was all. It's a shame the way people will
shoot valuable dogs just for a fit that
might easily bo cured or avoided."
Nevr York World.
JKiurgeon reports that a young lady
svbweu a hairpin while dressing.
Th$e doctors .said it was only imigna
tioa on her part. The hairpin was
eventually found to have become lodged
in Hie back part of her nose.
It is stated that the fl-.-h of animals
killed by electricity is ranch tenderer
thin if the animals are killed in the
ordinary way. This ia especially the
cast in regard to fowls.
PARNELL DIES.
Something Interesting About the Death
of the Great Irish Leader.
Of the death of Parnell, the greatest
Irish advocate, the morning telegraph
bears this information :
Parnell arrived at bis home at Brighton
from Ireland Thursday, and complained
of suffering from a chill. On Friday
following he was unable to leave his bed,
and his regular physician was summoned.
He seemed to have considered Parnell's
illness to have been of a serious nature,
for he soon sent for another physician
with whom he held a long consultation.
This consultation of physician's was re
sumed Sunday, when Parnell was found
to be in great pain, and apparently grow
ing weaker every hour. His sickness
was pronounced to be an attack of rheu
matism, and every attention and care
was paid to the sufferer. He was care
fully and untiringly nursed by his wife,
who hardly left his bedside from the mo
ment her husbandlf illness was pro
nounced to be of a serious nature. Par
nell, in spite of the care and attention
which he received did not seem to rally
from the rheumatism and grew weaker
and weaker. Several hours before his
death Parnell became unconscious and
so remained till he died in intense agony.
Owing to the suddenness of the Irish
leader's illness and to the belief of his
wife and attending physicians that he
would recover, no friends or relatives of
his family or that of Mr3. Parnell, were
present at Parnell's bedside when he
died. Mrs. Parnell and physicians were
in attendance on him when he died.
IN TOWN.
The Names of Thoae Who Have Regis
tered iu the City To-day.
At the Claiborn : Thos. Gooch, Balti
more; II. D. Blake, Raleigh; E. Bookes,
Sigle, S. C; S. Y. Reed, Greensboro; W.
F. Leland, Baltimore; Marian Butler,
North Carolina; Will E. Burton, Tom
Sawyer, J. Josonig Southard, Janes
Larkin, Chas. Dunn, Chas. S. Coon,
Mrs. Emma Salisbury, Daisy Dixon,
Joseph B. M. Shane, T. R. Kerley,
North Carolina; W. E. Wo-gstaff and son,
North Carolina; Lan Goodwin, Wm.
Munningerob, Lynchburg; Thos. II.
Hill, BhilAdclphia; W. D. Harden, New
York; R. C. Throng, Baltimore; E. A.
Nause, John Palergan, New York; T. W.
Rickers, Harry Dennis, Will Johnson,
Geo. Morwirr, John Robinson's Show;
E. G. White, W. II. White, Jr., Oxford;
Max Nusbaum, Baltimore; A. S. Peace,
Oxford.
The Iaily and Weekly Globe is receiving;
more subscribers tliese days than ever in
its history. The books of the office will
show this.
A Canine Treadmill.
"Churn dog" stories are always in
order. A city man who used tc live on
a farm, as so many city men did when
they were boys, sends us this: "At home
on the farm we had a number of cows,
so many that churning was too heavy a
task for even tie men folks, so Mr. L.
rigged up a dog chum, an inclined wheel,
a sort of canine treadmill. It became
tne duty or .fonto, a large white mastm,
to tread that monotonous cycle, and not
withstanding the toothsome bit of meat
that was fastened on a lath, within four
inches of his nose, he was not at all
proud of his position and responsibility.
He made several attempts, to shirk his
task, and twice succeeded. He got tc
know when churning day came around
as well as any one in the house.
"On the morning of that day he would
loiter about the kitchen door until he
was fed, and as soon as he heard the
note of preparation the bringing of the
cream jugs, preparing the churn, etc. he
would put for the woods and would not
be seen again until night. The day oi
churning was changed, and next morn
ing a more crestfallen and astonished
dog was never seen when ho was collared
and harnessed to the beam which set the
dash in motion; he looked positively fool
ish. Ho did his work, but with lowered
head, and in cogitation evidently. '
"On another occasion he tried anothei
dodge. When they were about to put
him on the wheel he ran up to his mis
tress, holding up one paw, affecting tc
be lame. She thought much of the dog,
and was inclined to let him off that
day. The next instant he was seen
charging over a high fence after a neigh
bors cat. 'Well,' said the- old lady, ii
he can go after a cat like that he is able
to churn. And he did, and never tried
to shirk his work again." Forest and
Stream.
IF Yt 1712 li A CK A. CU KM,
MJOVL are all worn out, really good fornotti
ing, it is general debility. Try
BIOHXs IHOX HlTTKliS.
It rriil cure you, cleanse your liver, and giv
a rood ppeti?
For Sale.
A nice lot of buggies and harness with
genuine ruober mountings which 1 will
sell cheap. II. Osborx.
Mr. Vevuon Darnall
will resume his classes at the St. Cecelia
Hall on September 14.
Simnions Liver Regulator cure3
gen-
era! debility and will give you new lease
on life
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION!
The co partnership heretofore existing be
tween Thomas H. Martin and Lua-ene i..
Thompson, under the firm name of Martin &
Thompson, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. The affairs of said ins will
be settled by Eugene E. Thompson, as author
ized representative.
THOMAS 11. MAKTIJS,
EUGENE E. THOMPSON.
S. L. LEARY,
sA.rcliItoct I
17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING,
DURHAM, N. C
HAVE YOU SEEN
IG WATCH ?
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IT BELONGS TO
Chas. T. Postley,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Watchmaker and Jeweler!
Established 1875.
His Store is on Main Street,
THREE DOORS FROM CHURCH,
Although the Big Watch looks like
it was simply in Durham and
Crowdiny, at that. '
GO SEE THE STOCK
- OF
Everything ia tfcs Jewelry Line
KepairiDg- a Specialty.
Dr. Hi. 13. Henderson,
FIAVIXG MOVED TO
HIS NEW QUARTERS,
Corner Main and Mangnm Streets, and -with
improved facilities, is now ready to serve his
patrons more satisfactorily than ever before.
THE NEW ALUMINUM LIGHT BASE
now recommended and adopted by the most
eminent doctors of dental surgery, will be
furnished by him.
This Ilase is Absolutely the Most Perfect
and Desirable Ever Used by
tlte Profession.
The Doctor has. numerous testimonials, and
! his long residence in this city needs no further
recommendation.
Remember bis new office Corner Main and
Ma rig-urn Streets.
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Sank Counters, Tyler System, Prt
b!, Unequal In Style?,
Cit and Plnlshf
159 Page Catalogue of Ceantcrs, Deaka ate., Illustrate 5a
CoIr. Bonis, Free Pontage 15 Cent.
Also Tyler's Royal
Office Desks and Ty ie
writer Cabinets, 200
Htyles. Best and cheap
est on earth, with great
reduction in prices. :
130 page catalogue Frp,
Po.tage 12 eU. Full Haes o!
Peaks, Chairs, Tallies, Bo.il
Cases, Crbinets, Lesral Maul
Cabinets, etc.. alwajs In stork.
Special work made to order.
r "ai.KiS, DESK CO., St. JLouls, Mo. U.S.A.
aaaaaasssaas0saaaaassiBaaBBaaan
A. A. SEARS,
fey, hi and S&lr Mi
Main St., below Banner Warehouse.
I) U It II AM, X. C.
TER$S STRICTLY GASH !
Careful Drivers Furnished at all
Times, Day or Night.
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For nicest and best
9
USE
PIj-STICO-
Cau be had at
J. T. WOMBLE'S
General Hardware and Stove Store,
Sole Agent for Plastico in Durham.
MEREDITH & SON,
Contractors and Builders,
DUiCHAM, N. C.
Can find or leave word at "Y. Man2um4
& Son's Store, Manguui Street.
pi I CO Rl'DYS PILE SUPPOSITORY
1 "-O.is a sovereign remedy for Piles
(Bleeding:, Itehin?,niind, Inward, etcjwhethei
of recent or long standing. It gives instant re
lief, and effects a radical and permanent cure.
No surgical operation required. Try it and re
lieve your sufferings. Send for circular and
free 6ampie by mail. Only 50 cents a box.
For sale by Druggists, or sent bv mail on re
ceipt of price. MAKTIN KUDY,
Lancaster, Pa., U. S. A.
FOB. SAlaSli
The valuable- farm owned by the late F. If.
Strudwick. situated one mile south of Hills
boro, consisting of about 200 acres of land,
finely adapted to the raising of gTass, grain
and tobacco; well watered, good, natural
meadow; also several acres improved gras3
and clover; dwelling1 house with six rooms,
comparatively new, all necessary out-buildings
and good 1 ani : unsurpassed well of wa
ter and g-ood- sprinsrs : line younar orchard,
several hundred trees in full bearing.
For terms and further particulars, see at
once or address
DR. WM. STRUDWICK,
Hillsboro. N. C.
aooiD
WE HEAR
OR
If you want one, don't buy from the first man you fun across, but send a .postal card to us and we i
prove that we can save you a good per cent. Money saved is money made. We are an old experienced house.
We buy in large quantities and we have the State Agency for each instrument we "sell. We guarantee to buy
from the manufactories a certain number of instruments per year. We Jove cash, and are offering strong ir
ducements to get it. Watch The Globe we'll tell you about the Krenich & Bach Piano (highest award seven
successive North Carolina State Fairs) ; about the Wegman Piano, which we have recently introduced (the only
Piano with the "patent tuning pin fastening"; about the Miller Organ, whichis. pre-eminently the sweetest
toned and most durable Organ made : about the Waterloo and Kimball Organs, Knabe and Emerson Pianos. In
writing us, say
rOTH TTJE MTUJ:3 OOMilP-AJY,
CECIL G. STONE, Manager, RALEIGH, N. C.
And we will get it sure, arid you will get the points.
Sissolution lotice!
The firm of Farthing & Duke is dis
solved by mutual consent. All persons
indebted to said firm must settle with B.
L. Duke and all claims against the firm
will be presented to him for payment.
B. L. Duke is authorized to sign the
firm's name in liquidation of its affairs.
B. L. DUKE,
T. B. FARTHING.
Sept. 25, 1891.
IMPORTANT !
I have this day purchased the in
terest oT T. B. Farthing ia the firm
of Farthing & Duke, and will con
tinue business at t ho old stand, and
I with to state a few facts to oik old
friends a;-d the public :
FIRST".
propose to buy in large quanti
ties in the lowest markets for cash.
SECOND.
I rvroDOse to sell croods upon
M m ' -
cash basis. ,
THIRD.
I propose to gie the purchaser
the benefit between time and cash
prices.
I do not propose to sell goods
upon the usual old mortgage system,
which is alike expensive and unsat
isfactory to both buyer and seller.
WITH THESE FACTS
Before an intelligent public, it is useless
to say more than simply ask that you
come and see. I tender my sincere thanks
for past favors and patronage and feel
that-I can make it to our mutual advan
tage to have a continuance of the same,
as I propose to save you money as well
as make same for myself by doing busi
ness on business principles.
In order to enable us to better carry
out the above propositions, those indebted
to the old firm are urgently requested to
come forward and pay all or a part of
their accounts as early as possible.
In future the firm name will be The
Durham Supply Company.
B. J j. DUKE.
J. II. FREE LAND, Manager.
STANDARD-BRED
Mv annual sale of Standard bred and Trot-
tin g-bred Tiack and Harness Horses at auc
tion without reserve.wm taKe place at Kaieign,
N. C November 1 J next.
The sale will consist of Hambletonian Stal
lion?, Brood Mares. Geldings and Fillies. Mor
gan Stallions, Iirood Mares, Geldings and Fil
lies, t?tandard-bred Hambletonian .Mares ana
Morgan Mares in foal to Pamlico, record 2.16,
and to my beautiful Standard-bred Morgan
Stallion. Franklin Chief. No horses so pood
or so well bred were ever offered for sale in
North Carolina as will be offered at this sale.
A catalogue clving description and breeding
of each animal will be ready about October 30
and will be mailed to all making application
rit. 1. if. WlliLlAMSUN,
Fail-view Stock Farm, Raleigh, N. C.
September 21, 1891.
Parties owning1 good, sound, well-bred young
horses, or good, sound, well-broken harness
horses or brood marcs to dispose of. can enter
them in my catalogue for this sale by comply
ing with my terms by or beiore October is.
Correspondence solicited.
B. P. WILLIAMSON.
It. B. Boose,
Lu L. Pamplih
Of Nelson Co., Va.
Of Durham, N. C.
'R. B. BOONE & CO.,
Office. Court House Building,
DURHAM, X. C,
hi iiiits ipsis mdJrok!
Will Buy, Sell and Rent Property
ON COMMISSION.
Personal Attention Given to All Prop
erty Placed in Our Hands.
The First National Bank of Durham, N. C
The Fidelity Bank. Durham. N. C. "
YOU SAY-YOU WANT A" PIANO?
WAS IT iLET ORCJAET?
WAIT FOR THE BIGGEST MB BEST !
O-
DURHAM, THURSDAY, OCT. 15.
Not a Day Sooner ! Not a Dav Later! Coming on that Day Only f The
Oldest ! The Largest ! The Best of All Shows 1
JOHN ROBINSON'S
GREAT WORLD'S EXPOSITION
in 'Big sso-ws in
JLXJ COMBUSTED. XV
Greatly Augmentedy the New Biblical, Historical, Trlnmphal and Colossal Scene
ographic, Terpsichorean, Dramatic and Musical Spectacle of
Solomoi. His Temple and the Queen of Sheba !
A titanic and colossal inspirational creation from the fertile and gifted brain of Mr. John
Kettig, the father, originator, projector, painter, designer and constructor
of world-famed sensational Spectacles.
ICO BEAUTIFUL LADIES IN THE GRAND BALLET 100
1500 people representing characters of tho
WISE -2!ZI2Sra-'3 keio-3t,
Attired in magnificent costumes, similar to those wopi in that asro of opulence and grandeur,
manufactured at a cost of ONK 11 UNlMtfcll THOUSAND DOKL.AKS.
Four Circuses in Four Rings and Newly Invented Enormous Elevated Stage.
50-CAGE 31EXAGEKIE 50
30 Wonderful and Exciting Faces in the Great Roman Hippodrome 30
The world-popular and ever-welcome mirth provoking Pantomime of
HUMPTY-DUMPTY, His Fortunes, Misfortunes and Mishaps,
Prolific in absurd catastrophes, brimming with comic situations, effervescing in sparkling
humor, and pro eminently the great laugh-provoker of the mimic world. Abso
lutely without any additional cost. Another of the many brilliant
and unprecedented attractions that have been
added this season.
1000 Men, Women and Children, Elegantly Costumed, in the lOOO
$300,000 IFIES STISESa? -OE
With its myriad dens of performing wild beasts, tigers, lions, hyenas, leopards. Invars, pnthori.",
anacondas, boa constrictors, etc.. with their koeiwrs, all thrown open,
with the sidqs down, in tr,e mighty parade.
DOORS OPEN at 1 and 7 P
Arrangements have been marie with all Railroads for Cheap Excursions.
Ask Your Station Agents.
rOUSDED XH 1864 by the present executive 27 YEARS of continuous and , sucreBBfnl mansr
I c-nt Increased annual attendancer-Now occupying fodV building) Stands anrfvaled in
:r.r::. ties for edticatin? YOI7NO ME! AND WOMEN for Buccees in life. In decid.ng upon r.
!;ool for their children, PARENTS ehould
. m r.r.n?F v,m -t, ; v ,rV. A, .iTu..
CHI AP tnitionis very dear, because it means
it'-", find nffcru fl nnnnrtnnitiM fnr arnrin(r
;. TnjfHnHAT, nwinv tn t u ut atmryA ay ft?
; : ,-: icn and women from Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolinaani Oeor.i:. t juj
. t.uilljir iiictitutions combined. Catalogue and particulars mailed on application.
AJdress, V. H. SADLER, President, and Founder; or F. A. SADLER Secretary,
BUSINESS COLLEGE, e,J,10& 12 N.Charles St., DALTIMOS7E. MD.
The Fall
Within a short time The Weekly Glork will publish an
edition of Four Thousand extra copies, to be carefully distributed
among the farmer3 who trade in Durham. This edition will be
filled with the choicest reading matter, and will contain a com
plete directory of all the business houses in Durham. Merchants
who are wide awake-and who arc in the field to sell goods, will
avail themselves of, the opportunity thus offered, to get before the
people. The Fall edition of The Weekly Globe will reach
more farmers than any other publication ever sent out of Durham.
Rates for advertising are but a trifle in advance of regular rates.
The circulation will be guaranteed, the postoffice receipts for
postage showing what will be sent out tf the county, and tho
paper used will be sworn to by our foreman. The time to get into
this edition is now in order that you may sccuro desirable space.
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PERFORMANCE One Hour Later.
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Bend them to TIIK 1KT, Decani it pa?, ii
.t Arat it it will nrove the cheaDeptln Indent.
cheap teachers, cheap Burrounding, inferior jani.
DfS
-r Miifnr. hu r.laced in deBirable position-in J.'C
Edition.
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