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By AL FAIRBROTHEB. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at f 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 f 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone. No. 50. advertising rates. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, i 2 per inch. Reading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. Business notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to TIJK GLOBE, Durham, N. C. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2:3, 1891. Till: GLOBE FOR 1801 -"I M Will be a winner from the 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. The Mormon must go. The facts have been demonstrated at Hurlington. The Clone these days enjoys a healthy prosperity. In fact, The Globe is in it, and it will stay in it. Sunday was a howling success in some ways but a little more sunshine would have struck this Old Mau and his rheu matism in a more agreeable spot. It may not be out of place to say that both Moses and Bacchus wore horns. The Globe itself is a hummer with horns but then our authority is good for being such. St. Paul will have no more ice pal aces. St. Paul has discovered that ad vertising of such a hyperboread charac ter retards immigration, and she will take a new tack and have mid-winter orange and tloral carnivals. The large advertisement which Ellis, S tone & Co., gave to our readers Satur day cost money, and we are sorry that Monday was so so wet and raiDy that the real virtue of printer's ink could not be fully determined. But then. No matter. Oklahoma is very precocious. The swaddling clothes have scarcely been pinned safely about the new territory yet the youngster had commenced to yell for long dresses and statehood Okla homa is entirely too premature in her ambition In the long line of men who have reeled their way from one place to an othergone from here and gone from there and yet always made the music of the world, perhaps no man will fail to remember that ingrowing toenails are not the stuff. The National Swine and Breeders as sociation has declared against the open ing of the World's Fair on Sunday. Con si Jering the Mosaic origin of the seventh day idea and the Mosaic antipathj to swine this action of the pork producers is almost paradoxical. While General Booth, the head and shoulders of the Salvation Army is trying to work Australia, the pretty captains of his company in Omaha are shooting each other and then shooting themselves. Why not let Australia alone and attempt to work some good among his own followers? " Ask fHK "WHAT WILL HAPPEN? The Durham Fertilizer company have . a trial in the Granville court next Mon day. At least that is when the case is called and the witnesses are asked to take a hand. There is nothing much about this matter. The law if it is law reads to the ef fect that when a concern fails to tag their gonds, they have violated the law. This the Durham Fertilizer company did. Instead of attempting to explain their conduct Messiis. Morgan and ' lC4 u " J in a gentlemanly manner, u iuey "dU ; olher cities an( not only helps the con any explanation of the charges made, 8Umer?, but proves to be very profitable told this editor that it was none of his to the retail dealers who enjoy its mem- busiuess what they did that they were in the habit of violating the law. These are the boneless facts. These facts will be proven in a court of justice and yet the fertilizer fraud insists that it has been slandered and that The Gloije, because it purged the rotten fraud, would ruin Durham. But the people are with The Gloije when it dares look through the gloss of impudence which "gentlemen" attempt ; to put on and tell3 the people the truth. The Globe's Weekly list, as Colonel Albright, the postmaster will explain, has largely increased, since we took the bark off the fraudulent concern known as the Durham Fertilizer company. Farmers have thanked us for exposing the fraud, and the concern will finally go up yonder. It was written of old that no fraud could long endure. Let the Granville court hear the evi dence and then let the company fess up to its rascality which is self-admitted. That i3 the way justice is generally administered, and we expect to see it so in this case. THE MISSIONARIES GET. By reference to our telegraphic account to-day, it will be seen that the good peo ple of Burlington chased a couple of Mormon missionaries out of the town. That was evidently the proper caper and they should be chased out of every community. The Mormon church here, of late has made some wonderful pre tenses and attempted to imitate Decency but then the church is built on a wrong plan. When the lusty old libertine Brig ham Young started his harem at Salt Lake City the seal of God's vengeance was placed upon it. When old Joe Smith, equally as vil lainous, yet not as shrewd as Young, at tempted to walk the plank in the Missis sippi river at Keokuk, Iowa, the faith of the frenzied fanatics and fools was not shaken. The history of the Mormon church is a history of crime of bestial licentious ness and immoral conduct. It is the his tory where men who took money from their fellow men and builded harems and occupied them. It is the history of weak minded women being swayed and used by lecherous men. And for a job lot of alleged missionaries to come into any civilized state and attempt to secure vic tims for their masters' lust why such a thing should be sat upon. The procuress the most vile and villainous of all hu man beings is a saint walking in the bright lights computed to a Mormon missionary. It is stated by those who have lived here some years that about once in twelve months some of these sinners come around and pick up all the weak-minded men and women in the neighborhood and cart them to Salt Lake City take them there to use the woman as they might a mistress and the man as they might a slave. And so we rejoice to know that the good people of Burlington on Sunday on God's day, took occasion to drive the miserable creatures from out the town, and it is hoped that other towns will follow in the same line and process of cleansing. AS THINGS NOW AUG. The Yam Farm these days is not the attractive place that it once was. The festive Yams have been gathered to their Uncle, and are now in Pawn. The ground which erst and erstwhile bloomed and was perfumed with their fragrance and their beauty is idly Panting for a crop of onions, which will soon be planted ; the dust is not blowing now, but the sobbing rain falls alike upon the just and the unjust Yam -which were left in the Patch. The Old Man has been worried some worried because he could not varnish all th ; Yams, but then he remembers the truth as she was writ: All things come to the Huckleberry who will wait. And we are waiting. Waiting upon the bitter shore of Time: Waiting foriWod, tone up your system and drive the boatman who will cross the Dark River and carry to that Yam field where the potato bug dieth not and the Garden Pea blossoms in continued luxuriance. All these little things, in this fleeting life, are surely consolation to the Yam burdened soul ; they come as the milk man comes in the morning and with bell and gon,; pulls you from the bed ; they come as the tax collector comes and so we shall see, beyond the banks and borders of the Xew Jerusalem some thing that will inspire and something DURHAM DAILY ttLO-B-K, ? which will make us better for having attended a Yam Farm under 3 reft and growing Difficulties. Let the glad, mad day, with it3 wealth of happiness burst upon us. We are ready. Two alliance men in South Dakota announce that the alliances in twenty two states have united in a combination with New York capitalists for a national union, whose members shall be given special privileges in the purchase of goods. The Rociidale system of Lng land will be the basis of the new organi zation. Under the scheme of this system members purchase goods from members of the combination for cash at a discount. iThe plan is in vogue m Washington and bership. In a brief period, however, the secret rates become known and cash commands exactly the same discounts from other dealers and the eventual effect is to place all buyers and sellers upon the same plane. AT 15AXUOM. A man who was some as a f risker. Once bought him a brand new chin whisker. And then the man died. Thi3 was caused from the fact that he had nothing else to do. Col. hob Cakr, who came from his farm this morning-, says that he saw the exposition but once, yet he wants to bet 4,000 that he can beat the Raleigh Parachutist in any of her leaps. If it be true that Moses had boras, well, then this paper is following a good example. Colonel. Brown, of the Yarboro hotel, says that he did not lose his hair by overwork, but that a hackman scalped him. Rapid Transit in the Great Cities. The letters of General Sherman now being published in the Cosmopolitan are unique ; in fact, so far as the writer knows they are the only letters ever written in the midst of hostilities by a great general to his daughter. We have the brief letters of Napoleon to Jose phine, but there is nothing at all resem bling the Sherman letters to be found in the literature of war. They not only throw a new light upon the character of the great man himself, but upon the op erations then in process of being carried out. The second and last paper, which appears in the December Cosmopolitan, is unique in another respect, that it is illustrated by a man who sat at Sher man's mess table during the campaigns of which he writes to his daughter. This most famous of war artists, Theodore II. Davis, is still alive, and supplements the Sherman letters by a very interesting paper of his own and a great number of sketches which he made at the time. Perhaps the article in the December number which will be read with the widest interest is that on Rapid Transit, by Captain Lewis Haupt, which is illustrated by every con ceivable suggestion that has been made upon rapid transit. Mrs. Burton Harri son begins a new novel, "The Daughter of the South," and another southern ar ticle is by a gentleman who was a Con federate officer, and is entitled "Social Life in Ilichmond During the War." T. V. .Powderly contributes an article un der the Christmas heading, "On Earth Peace, Good Will Toward Men;" ex plaining the great progress made in the cause of humanity during the past twenty-five years. The number con tains 140 illustrations by such famous artists as Wilson de Meza, C. D. Gibson, Count Jacassy, Theodore R. Davis, Dan Beard, Lee Woodward Zeigler, and George "Wharton Edwards. If it Comes South. New York Morning Advertiser. Representative Mills has been canvass ing votes for the Speakership in this city and Brooklyn. It is claimed that he has secured a brace in Brooklyn. Mr. Mills is a strong, well equipped man, but the the Democratic party will not strengthen itself by calling him to preside over the next House. His pronounced attitude as a Free Trader would handicap the party in the next presidential canvass. If the party stands for Tariff Reform and not Free Trade, theu Mills cannot be exalted. If the Speakership is to go to the South and it certainly will Crisp of Georgia is the man. He is experienced, conser vative and safe. He is judicial in tone and temperament. He is not a Free Trader. A Sad Awakening! "When in the dark on thy soft hand I hung. And heard the tempting syren of thy tongue Whut tiames what darts what anguish I en dured. But when the candle entered I was cured!" Such complexions as so many of our young ladies po-sess dull, pimply and covered with sores and blackheads, is enough to cool the ardor of the warmest lover. To such young ladies we weuld sa-, that you can never have a soft, fair, smooth, attractive, kissable complexion, unless your blood is healthy and pure, for the condition of the blood decides the complexion. Dr. Pierce's Golden 3lertical Discovery will nurifv K J vour away those distressing headaches and backache, from which xoxx suffer periodi cally, and give you a complexion a lily or rose-leaf might envy. Headache, neuralgia,dizziness, nervous ness, spasms, sleeplessness, nervous dys pepsia, dullness, blues, are cured bv the Nervine discovered by the eminent Indi ana Specialist in nervous diseases, Dr. Miles. Fine books and trial bottles free at W. M. Yearby's drug store, or address The Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, led. Simmons Liver Regulator cures gen eral debility and will give you new lease on life. MONDAY, NOVEMBER . The Importance of keeping the blood In a pure condition is universally known, and yet there are WJtU U U 11 very few people who have perfectly pure blood. The taint of scrofula, salt rheum, or other foul humor is heredited and transmitted for generations, causing untold suffering, and we also accumulate poison and germs of dis- ease from breathe, we eat, or we drink, nothing clusively than the the air we the food fp the water There is more con proven p o sitive power of Hood's Sarsaparilla over all diseases of the blood. This medicine, when fairly tried, does expel every trace of scrofula or salt rheum, removes the taint which causes catarrh, neutralizes the acidity and cures rheumatism, drives out the germs of malaria, blood poi 00 soning, etc. It also iw y m M Vyj vitalizes and en riches the blood, thus overcoming that tired feeling, and building up the whole system. Thousands testify to the superiority of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier. Full infor mation and statements of cures sent free. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. 1 ; six f or Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IQO Poses One Dollar coal and WOOD. Has just opened, near the electric light house, a and Wood Yard! -AND WILL Sell Coal and Wood -AT TIIE- LOWEST PRICES. All orders delivered prompt- Jy and your patronage is solicited. A. A. HOLDER. Dr. L. B. Henderson, HAVING MOVED TO HIS NEW QUARTERS, Corner Main and Mangum Streets, and with improved facilities, is now ready to serve his patrons more satisfactorily than ever before. THE NEW ALUMINUM LIGHT BASE now recommended snd adopted by the most eminent doctors of dental surgery, will be furnished by him. This Base is Absolutely the Most Perfect and Desirable Eyer Used by the Profession. The Doctor has numerous testimonials, and his long residence in this city needs no further recommendation. Remember his new office Corner Main and Mangum Streets. BURWELL, WALTON & CO., DURHAM, N. C, imm HI 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 CALIj. Shop near Southern Express Office opposite Parrish's Warehouse. LTJTZ & MICHTE, M Immn and Architects ! lieconnoispances. surveys, locations, maps estimates and specitications for all kinds of railroad, town, masonry, sewage disposal landscaping, water supply, bridges, roads, etc Architectural plans or all descriptions, est! mates, specifications and superintendence Contractors making bids on any class of work will do well to call on us for an estimate oi cost. Plans fr massive structures a specialty TUK, PALL SESSION or RUSS N0LA WOODWARD'S Class ci ZMI"cisIc Will open Monday. September 7. 1891. Per sons wishing to take music lessons will please apply at her residence on Kamseur srrt. D It. J. J. TIIAXTON, With fifty years' experience as a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular). Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Constipation and tieadacne. secondary ana Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern- don's. Otliceover Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 o'clock a. m.. to 12 m.. and from 3 p. nu. to 4 p. m TRINITY COLLEGE. Winter term begins first week in January, at Trinitv. Randolph countr. N. C. New Catalogue now in press will be mallei P fa Yo Coal f ro b application to the President. 23. W0 JIMO ABOUT THIS OUR HOUSE IS M "DEPOT" FOR SATISFACTION We have all along been in past few days confirms our statement The tumble in the mercury of a Winter Suit, and we've been on rne go an the time supplying their needs. We carry everything in Men's Wear. W. A. SLATER & 00. The Clothiers and Furnishers, "Seem IS And a good Limp must be simple; when it is not simple it is not good. Simple, Beautiful, Good these words mean much, but to see " 1 he Kocnester will imnress the truth more forcibly. All metal, tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only, it is absolutelysafe vn unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a ''wonderful lamp," for its mar velous lisrht is purer and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. t i. rthiectainn Trai? RnrHKTra. If the latuodealer hasn't the "cnuine t 1 Rochester, and the stvle vou waat. send to u for our new illustrated catalogue and we will send v6u a lanin safely bv exoress your choice ot over 2,000 varieties from the Largest Lamp Stun in the li ot Id. ItOCIIESTKK LA2UP CO., 42 Parli Place, New York City. "T 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 Oressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & . Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham. N. C. NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION ! The co-partnership heretofore existing be tween Thomas H. Martin and Eugene E. Thompson, under the firm name of Martin & Thompson, has this day been dissolved bv mutual consent. The affairs of said firm will be settled by Eugene E. Thompson, as author ized representative. THOMAS H. MARTIN, EUGENE E. THOMPSON. ! 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-buildings 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 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 Insurance Company OF NEW YORK, Witli Assets of Over $10,500,000.00, Is a Gigantic Monument to the Truth of the Prophecy. Its bond and mortgage invest monts amount to more than 83 per cent of the total assets. These mortgages are firet 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 you'a"?' Yt ODDOr Does not life insurance offer the best oppor tuof overcoming the disadvantages of an insufficient estate ? WRIGHT & MERRICK, mm m mi mum, Keep a First-Class Establishment, And do the very best work. SHARP SCISSORS and KEEN RAZORS ibt thi HA5DS or Careful and Experienced Barbers, A.re their guarantee of satisfaction to everj customer. Rooms on Main Street. 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