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By At FATRBROTUEB. The Globe is published everyday (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and Is sent by mail at JL50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church Btreeta. Globe telephone, Nc. 50. ADVERTISING RATE3. .space for one week 6 cents per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Space, per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. JJuslness notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to TTIK GL.OIJK, Durham, '. C. DUKUA32, X. C FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1891. Till: CJLOBK FOR ISOl r- v t-S :-r.-X..-- - - l v V 111 l)C a winner from the start. Will bo 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. It is a chance for all. So hear Sam Jones to-niht. it is worth while. The people who owe this paper must come in and pay the bill. There is no use to talk. Something will soon be done. Secuutaky Kisk's annual report says the value of the agricultural products of this country in 1801 is .$700,000,000 greater than iu 1SJ0. If this estimate is correct there will be an abundance of the circulating medium in the hands of American fanners within the next twelve months. Kkcii'hocity as deli tied by the pres ent administration is constantly gaining ground. Portugal, through our minis ter, now asks to be permitted to raise her embargo upon American manufac tures on condition that we shall admit Portugee wines, cork, fruits and sar dines free of duty. Dkxvkk may experience a surprise in her mining congress. More acceptances of the invitation to attend have been re ceived from eastern than from western delegates and there is a bare possibility that the congress may declare against the free silver coinage legislation so anxious ly desired by Colorado bullionaires. A i.itti.k brush with Chili might be disastrous to that turbulent common wealth, but it would open ti e eyes of Americans to the necessity of a better equipped navy and improved harbor de fenses. We are several laps behind modern nations already at most of our seaports and in many of our naval ves sels. Ai.iiEUT, prince of Wales, is of) years old. He expects to be king of Great Britain and Ireland and emperor of the Iudics. The newspapers commend him because he has been "consistently supe rior," to the most dangerous temptation "to interfere in political and constitu tional controversies." To an American such a recommendation sounds very strange. Senators Mitchell, of Oregon, and Call, of Florida, are both determined to push an amendment to the national con stitution looking to the election of Uni ted States senators by direct vote of the people. Inasmuch as neither of these senators w ould likely be in the senate by the time the proposed amendment is adopted their advocacy of tie reform is regarded as mere bun comb. fir rS 1 A yiXr&if&jn&Z'Jc9r- l'ULE SA3I JONES IX TOWN. - Sam Jones, a gentleman who is well known to many of Durham's people and who, as an Evangelist, has gained much notoriety, will lecture to the people of Durham to-night. Mr. Jones comes not as a minister of the gospel but as a lec turer, for what there is in it for him a man making money and taking money. 'It is to be hoped that he will have a good house and he will. The methods of Sam Jones have been criticised, when viewed as a pulpit pilgrim yanking the brands from the burning. The Globe has often said that if the ex-drayman could do good for God's sake let him do it. There is no use to get behind a stonewall fence as Colonel Polk did, just because Sam Jones is going to oprn fire upon the devil and his imps. We hold that these evangelists are wrong in the principle of their general programme. Christ, who created some commotion in Jerusalem and at other places which now constitute what is known by geographers as the Holy Land, never wanted much of the coin of the realm frn his ministerial work. And it might be said that CunrsT never used slang and never talked about getting there Eli or Elsewhere. But no matter. Jones is in it for the money which he makes and for all we know that is why we are printing a newspaper. We are inclined to be liberal and we do not wish ... to complain. Jones has done things which he need not have done. For instance he ha3 dis graced himself in street brawls, as he did at Palestine, Texas. That however, was his business and he had a right to do as he darned pleased. Jones often talks about the country editor with a shirt tail full of type and a few pounds of ink but Colonel Jones must not talk that here. A chestnut soon gets wormy, and mi'chef such rot as that will be eaten up by worms. This paper heard Jones in Cincinnati and heard him in Omaha that was in the good old dajrs w hen the t wo Sams were taking in the rocks together. Now Sam Small is not in it but Jones goes along. The Glqjtce has often expressed an appreciation for Jones but it shall al ways insist that he wants too much money to sling his slang and sing his Sams in the ordinary town. Yet he knowTs his own business and if he can bunco the people iu that way why let him proceed. We hope that the house will be crowded knowing that Mr. Jones is here on a contract, and he will get his money an--way for all his contracts read in that style. ONE, MOKE UNFORTUNATE. In yesterday's Globe was found an account of a young girl Miss Wheeler pretty, the papers said, who died by her own hand in a house of ill repute at Danville. The young girl just eighteen was the niece of the postmaster at Winston was a girl of education, but Well, it is an old, old story ! We know that the world is busy. We know that it is heedless . and that it is cruel. We know that when a girl goes wrong steps aside from that beautiful path where young girls walk when she gets among the bramble strewn roadway well, she has gone too far! Her life of shame, of misery, of wretch edness who would live it and who would say that she had chosen it herself? Never in the whole broad, rounded world did a girl go wrong without the help of some sleek scoundrel who helped her on to the stepping stone from which there was no returning. Figure it out, ye who prate of Christianity ; ye who tell the tales of what you have done to better the world and where, pray, in the Christian fold in that strong army of upright aud virtuous ones was there a man who blamed the seducer, and loved the girl who had fallen '? Not one ! Why the miserable code has been so written why it is that a woman must needs fall so deep and so low and no hand goes out to her while the scamp who ruined her may be a gentleman Ah' there is a contradiction of all loiiic there is a weakness confessed a weak ness which appears in the superlative and there is no one to tell us why. The girl who trimmed her candle and who caused its light to go out why was she what she was ? Where was the man who first deceived, disgraced and demor alized her? Doubtless long before her life was extinguished lie had stood upon the marriage altar in some great church and a minister a man of CIod had mar ried him to some pure girl and he? lie left the ruins which he had made deserted and denounced her took an other and to day may be an honored member of society. The Globe believes that the day will come it knows that it should come When the scoundrel who ruins will h i more of an outcast than the victim of ! i.s.b. -t 4ii ti i x ! ,J ii;s lust. All the logic of the world ; all the iu dice of the world-all the chivalry 1 DUBHAM DAILY WLOBE, FRIDAY, 1TOVEMBBB and all the manliness of the world should call for this and the woman deceived jnd dishonored should be the one who ha the mitigating circumstance to tell. Not so now, we know but let that glad day come. Miss Wheeler could have adorned a home. She could have been a queen in her way and she could have blessed some man's life with her love. But the scoundrel with the voice of the serpent which tempted Eve used her for his purpose cast her aside and she And she took a poisoned drug passed over the Dark River went out into the night and that wa3 the end ! And he well, he is somewhere and such rogues should be hunted down. A BIG ROW AT CHARLOTTE. Sam Joim Didn't Go to the Circus and Come Out Best Iu a Fight. Salisbury Herald says:" A big row oc curred at Charlotte Friday evening im mediately after the closing of Fore paugh's afternoon performance. The trouble grew out of an interview between SamJones and Forepaugh, which was held in an old disused compress room, near the pavillion. The interview was occasioned through a story gotten up by Jim Cook, who declared that Sam Jones was in the circus during the perfor mance. Sam was immediately telephoned for, and Mr. Cook, seeing there might be trouble, sent for his friends, among them Harris, of the News, and St. Clair, of the Chronicle, Dowd, of the Times, Dr. Strong, of the Democrat, and Blakely, Hirst & Vogler, job printers. The del egation was all.cn hand when Mr. Jones arrived, and Mr. Cook seemed to be in the swim with such odds against Sam. Forepaugh smilingly grasped Sam's hands and told him he was glad that he had visited the circus during the evening. Whereupon Mr. Jones inquired who pre ferred such charges, and wa3 told that it came from the press representatives present. It w as now time for the press to assert itself, and with one unanimous accord they all boldly faced Sam and informed him that they had personally seen him in the show during the afternoon. This riled Sam, and forgetting the scriptural injunction to "do good unto them that despitefully use you," he lit into them, fist and skull, and in a very short time knocked out the crowd. St. Clair re ceived a severe lick on his left ear and fell over into the cellar. Wade Harris, Dowd .n d Dr. Strong had their legs and arms severely cut crawliifg through a a window to escape from Sam's wrath. Jim Cook made his escape up stairs, but fell through an elevatpr hole and was badly hurt. Biakeley, Hirst and Vogler received a severe diubbing and were finally kicked into a coal hole. Mr. Fore paugh came off unhurt, but not without receiving a tkade of rebukes for engag ing in the circus business. Your Uncle Jones came off without a scratch and was able to preach a fine sermon last night. The Herald man enjoyed the fun immensely from a safe distance, but toek no part in the performance except being an interesting spectator. Leaf by leaf the roses fall ; One by one our dear ones die. O, to keep them with us still ! Loving1 hearts send up the cry. Wife and mother, O how dear, Fading like a mist away. Father, let us keep them here. Tearfully to God we pray. Many a wife and mother, who seems doomed to die because she suffers from diseases peculiar to women, which saps her life away like a vampire, and baffles the skill of the family physician, can be saved by emplo3Ting the pfoper remedy. This remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription, the greatest boon ever confer red by man on weak, suffering, despair ing women. It is a specific for all pha ses of female weakness, no matter what their name. If you are dull and stupid you are bil ious and need tonic. Take Simmons Liver Regulator. A. A. SEARS, Main St., below Banner Warehouse. 5UK!fAl, N. C. TER&S STRICTLY GASH ! Careful Drivers Furnished at Times. Day or h.. all i Durham Female Institute! A Scliool of HIli Grade for Girl and Young: Ladies. The fall V?rr.i oi-ens August 31, 191, and closes January 13, M'S. Experienced touchers will be in charge uf each department and thoroughness of training wi'! 06 made an object of special attention. The teachers of the music and art depart ments have enjoyed the best educational ad vantages and !rinj? testimonials rerardinjr their ability and merit from some of our most eminent educators. For further information see or adrsthe principal. K. L. MIDDLETOX. DR. J. C. BROWN, Surgeon -Dentist ! DURHAM, X. C. r "..PJvl0 Proton for 18 years TT . - iuj lunuduu njumry pwpi". i low comeaud i-te permanently in Durham lor the prac- tlco of li:xTX7iiv.aiiil offer my services to the citizens of Durham and surroundin" Sif3Si?SMo PAEEISH'S -WMEH0USB REV.SAM P. JONES WILL DELIVER HIS CELEBRATED LECTURE, GET THEEE! Friday Night, Nov. 13, At 8 o'clock. Admission 50 Cents No Reserved Seats HAVE YOU SEEN G WATCH ? . 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 Crowding it at that. GO SEE THE STOCK OF Everything in the Jewelry Line Kepairing a Specialty. T. J. GATTIS & S HEAD QUARTERS FOE Wei School Books ! PUBLIC 53 H Stationery, Blank Books ! IF YOU WANT ANYTHING in OUR LINE CALL AND SKE US. Don't forget the place: T. J. GATTIS & SON Telephone No. 15. Main Street. WEBSTER'S Unabridged Dictionary ! G. & C. Marriam Edition, Revised 1890. Patent Iudex (Store Price, (12.00). FOR Six Dollars and Ninety Cents. no rehash:, no reprint: Xt is tlxe Original I We will refund money if not what rep resented. LOOK UP OUR KECORD. Orders filled promptly. AOESTS WAST1D. SOITHWESTEKN PUBLISHING HOUSE, 4 1t3 and 155 Spruce St., Nashville, Term. MEREDITH & SON, Contractors and BuiMsrs, DURHAM, X. C. Can find or leave word at W. Mangum & Son's Store, Mangum Street. 13. 10 OUR HOUSE IS HAM "DEPOT" FOR SATISFACTION ! For Sixxe Clothes Buyers. We have all along been in the lead and our sales for the . past few days confirms our statement. The tumble in the mercury awakes every one to the need of a Winter Suit, and we've been on the go all the time supplying their needs. Fine S3Zan-cl-2a,d.e.Slioes We carry everything in Men's Wear. W. A. SLATER & CO. The Clothiers and Furnishers, - Durham, X. C. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE, And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and ' see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick s barber snop. Mam street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham. N. C. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION ! The co partnership heretofore existing be tween Thomas II. Martin and Kujrene E. Thompson, under the tirm name of Martin & Thompson, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs of said tirm will be settled by Eupene E. Thompson, us author ized representative. THOMAS H. MARTIN, EUGENE E. THOMPSON. FOR SALE ! The valuable farm owned by the late F. N. Strudwick. situated one mile 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-build ings and good barn ; unsurpassed wen oi wa ter and good springs ; fine j-oung orchard. several Hundred trees in tun bearing. - For terms and further particulars, see at once or address DR. WM. STRUDWICK, Hillsboro. N. C. WASHINGTON'S" A watch-word such as ne'er shall sink while there's an echo left to air. Washington Life In:urirfs5 Ocmpar.y OF NEW YORK, With Assets of Over $10,500,000.00, Is a Gigantic Monument to the Truth of the Prophecy. Its bond and mortgage investmonts amount to more than 81 per cent of the total aspets. These mortgages are first liens on real estate valued at $17,500,000. - But the strength of the Washington is in its conservative management. In times of de preciation no concern is felt by the holders of its policies. SAMUEL L. ADAMS, Special District Agent, Durham, N. C. Should you die to-day would the income from your estate support your family ' Does not life insurance offer the best oppor tunity of overcoming the disadvantages of an insufficient estate ? WRIGHT & MERRICK, Will M 31 IDS, Keep a First-Class Establishment, And do the very best work. SHARP SCISSORS and KEEN RAZORS IS THE HANDS Or Careful and Experienced Barbers, Are their guarantee of satisfaction to every customer. Rooms on Main 8tret HOTELllLAIBORI DURHAM, C. Under New Management. W. H. BILLINGS, Prop, and MVgr. RATES, 2.00 PER DAY, IB Jtris IE IEZ R. B. FITZGERALD, DURHAM, X. C. CAPACITY, 70.000 PER DAY. ABOUT Tffis THE SPECIAL NOTICES. Advertisements of help wanted, situations, for rent, for sale, loans, bargains, lost and found, exchange, and miscellaneous adver tisements at cheap rates will t inserted in this column under the heading Special Notice, at the rate of One Cent per Word per Day, On monthly or long time contracts a sj-eial redaction will be made to erraanent adver tisers. Fo'r speedy returns at trilling cbt try The Globe Special Column. SPECIAL NOTICES. PICTURE FRAMES made to order. Fino I line moulding. New line of pietim s anil frames at Gat Us" Hook Store. ALUMINUM RASE in artificial teeth, the cheapest and best. No rubber platen un less you want something cheap and not ood. Dr. L. J. Henderson, over Morehead bunk. rpEETII pulled, teeth filled, teeth mV.eand X teeth repaired. lr. Wm. Lynch. Wright buildinu. Give him a call and he will do you good. l'Oi; SALE. I 7 ARM FOR SALE. A hundred and siity acre farm, half wood-land, four miles from Durham, suitable for tobacco, trucking, etc. splendid meadow laud also. The very lace for a dairy farm. Apply to S. F. Gardner, Durham, N. C. JTOR SA LE My residence on Morris street, 8 rooms. 8 closets, bath room and city water attached, also a double kitchen; the lot is I'd feet front, WA) deep. Residence with 7 room on adjoining lot, 75 feet front, liOK deep. Three vacant lots on Watkins street. Four one acre lots on Alston Avenue. For terms apply to J. A. Cox. T w- f t hox HUTCH INGS. RUTCHER-Market house. Fresh meats of all kindn alwari on hand, and prices low as the lowest. Tele phone if you can't come. PERSONAL.. I) ERSONA L John, were you out late la"t night and is the head by this morning? If so, smoke Whitetaurst's Durham Medicated Celery Cigarettes. They will give you relief. 71 ERSONA L The man who died and left hi 1 wife 1 10,000 was insured in the Washington Life, Samuel L. Adams, agent. "WANTED. 1fU I-,-T MKN wanted to wear our Lean llJyJ Men's Clothes. Jtargains in nil kinds of clothes and gents' furnishing good. C. ."Sum mertield & Co. WANTED All the farmers to bring heir totjacco to the Jtanner Warehouse where the best prices are always paid. I WANT it understood that the FarrWi Ware house is the hummer with horns and ample room. Rest of prices. E. J. Parrisdi. BARGAINS BARGAINS Feed stuffs, moaf and Hour fr city and country trade. All kinds of gro ceries at prices the lowest in the city. v )utt Rrothers. opposite postotlice. RUSINESS CHANCES. OOUTHGATE & SON-Neariy f.Vj,f J' lO thu citizens of Durham. No contested claims. I'root of the pudding, why not .' T H. SOUTHGATE guarantee-! life inur fJ ance 50 per cent less than offered y nf company represented in the city. LOST AND FOUND. IOST-A life and no insurance, by n"t en quiring oi Samuel L. Adams, of the ington Life, in Wright building. I OST Hungry men and women low thh 1 J not going to the Driver Houw. conductea in good and ttrst-cla-ss style by Mm. ranu.e Pet way. T7OUND Relief from the ravage of catarrl JC in the head, Whitehurst's celebrated tfeoi- cateu Cigarettes gives tnw renci. MISCELLANEOUS. - r r t-uw tu ia n..htrr fim Ijttred t tfc lllnvestments which you tan itakeat t. v. Taylor's. R ADAM'S M FCROIJE KILLKK :r' ing at .ijy a Jug. now at f 2.V. at MkU - JcUo'g. Get a jug. It is the Muff. TirOKMS-If you've got -m. ir . t'-' ,rfJ W 6c Co. and get a Jug of lUdam s Marot Killer. Going now at i-M). . riOCA-COLA will do you g"od T!?. Ldam and fo will mteirw oraagc bojs.t For sale at Michaels Si Co's. DA R K N ESS wi 1 1 cert In Ir 0('ZtljZl unless you buy lamps of C. t . i J ' r- street. CWEET VIOLETS are not in it when j -o Cg-et crushed violet at Mich. u ca IF.ECIIAM'S piLI-'tor adi-rdend J try Iteecham's Piuf- . - TOR PRINTING of all uj fj binding. MceMclHWy' Cr.t the state, and k jniawnt. ed TRINITY COLLEGE. w-fe. in "- d winter icrni rtv. 1KC at Trinity, Randolph ' v, l? New Catalogue now in l'"d.Bt. frM n application o h Vtwmw