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i HK OUKHAM DAli (i-LOJJJS, TUESDAY, JBVEBRUABY 23.
Thc Ilurham Sails lobe. By A I. FAIKIJROTHKB. TnE Globe is published every day (Sunday . ,..r.t.i nl dplivered bv carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a mouth. TnK Globe cireu crhnut. North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page - . A. V. , paper, containing an me news, auu is bciii- mail at f 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church street. Globe telephone, No. 50. ADVERTISING RATES. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per iBsue, when over 5 inches are taken, ypace per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion Dusint'ss notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Addrese all comtrunieations to TnK GLOIIK, Durham, N. C. nriniA ", v. Tl'ESDAY, FKIiKUAUV 23, 1892 Tin: t:sOMi von ih2 Will call tiling bv their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion of all other papers It will continue to tell the truth and jerk the mask ofl' of pious and pretending fraud?. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the .patronage of all honest men. Common sense is the greatest inheri tance. Til hue is no honesty except the old fashioned sort. It is not necessary to giggle in order to prove that you are in good humor. Let the loyal citizens of this state send something for the World's Fair fund. No moktaTj need expect a soft place to fall upon. When you fall look out for rocks. Let the people come now those who want to see our state represented at the World's fair. No modern small boy will hesitate to admit that he cut the cherry tree and is out for the presidency. Ik it were nt for the silly jealousy of some of the newspapers of the state, North Carolina could go to Chicago well represented. Will the boys fall in and have the exhibit a monument to the news papers of the state? The fund for the World's fair shows that l;2r() have been paid in. Let all people rally, and let us have an exhibit which will make North Carolina folks feel good when they go to Chicago in '!:, w hich is only a little over a year away. The fact that the state boaru of agri culture has arranged to make an exhibit of North Carolina products at the World's fair, w ill not interfere with the $3,000 fund which The C.i.or.E proposes to raise. The more we get the better for the state. Send in your subscriptions A prominent New York iltmocrat declares that Havid P.. Hill cannot secure the democratic nomination for president, and insists ihat even were he nominated the chances for his election are against him. Cleveland, he says, is the man, and the only man, w ho can down Harrison. It is now stated on the best authority that the Richmond Terminal plan of re organization w ill not be made public be fore March 1. Meau while conferences are being held with the representative holders of existing securities with a view to arranging for the exchange of these on such a basis as w ill secure the support of these important interests of the plan. The delay w ill also give the street time to re cover from the shock caused by the prop osition to issue $500,000,000 of stocks and bonds and to become familiar with these stupendous figure. A BBIEF TALK. Our subscribers will observe that the editor and his help-meet, his wife, have both been sick. For ten days the old man has labored alone he has written all that has appeared in the columns of the paper he has tried to attend to the business end but to-day he succumbs. Grip has got him and it has got hit wife. Mrs. Faikbkotiier has gone to Henderson where, with her mothers' watchful care, she will recuperate. The old man has been unfortunate he has been unable to secure help, until to day, Mr. H. E. White, the kind and affable secretary of the Y. M. C. A , who can write, has told us that he will run the paper until some of us get better. We might, before he writes his stuff, explain that grip is a cuss, but we sit still and Ut people experience it to know what it is. There is no use. We are in it both of us and while the wife is at home with her mother the old man will be at home with his yams, and people are respect- fully requested not to attempt to whip Mr. White, who is now doing the local page. . THK CRUISE ( KA LEI fill. The News and Observer says : A gen tleman who visited the new United States cruiser Raleigh in the Norfolk navy yard a day or two ago, where he w as shown over the handsome warship by the cour tesy of Commodore Weaver, in charge of the navy yard, informs the News and Observer that the cruiser is now quite near completion and is a model of beauty and perfection in point of equipment and modern design and structure. It affords the News and Observer great gratification to publish the letter else where from the Ho. 15. F. Tract, secre tary of the United States navy, to Gov ernor Holt, extending through him an invitation to the governor s daughter, Mrs. A. W. Haywood, to christen the Raleigh upon the occasion of the launch ing, and also Governor Holt's reply, accepting the invitation for Mrs. Hay wood. It is a graceful compliment to Mrs. Haywood, and one most pre emi nently fitting and appropriate. Possessed as she is of such superior grace and ac complishments and rare and delicate charms of presence and personality as to make her an adornment to any occasion she will reilect honor upon her state aud upou the capital city whose name the handsome new warship will bear. Gov ernor Holt will also be present on the occasion. Commodore Weaver says the cruiser will be ready for launching some time about the latter part of Match. She is still in the navy yard and the exterior has all the appearance of being finished, but some work yet remains to be done on the inside. The cruiser is J500 feet in length, with a breadth of 42 feet, having a displace ment of 3,000 tons, normal draft. She draws 19 feet of water aft and 16-i feet forward. The bow of the cruiser is pro vided with an aperture through which torpedoes can be fired. It is also pro vided with a "stern chaser. It is mounted with six guns on each side. The average thickness of the steel pla ting above the water is from three eighths to an inch thick, while the part of the hull below the water line has a plating of an inch thickness, and also ad ditional inside plating. The coal is stored in such a manner that a shot would have to penetrate it t reach the machinery, which is thus absolutely protected. The cruiser is admirabty built for speed, and is gracefully and handsomely modeled ALBANY CONVENTION. Hill Introduced to the Convention as the "rxt President. Alraxy, N. Y., Feb. 22 Tne day opened cloudy, but happily without pros pects of rain to dampen the ardor of the democratic hosts, w ho began to gather at an early hour. The Elmira delegation of 350 arrived at 7. a m ; Binghampton's 100 came on the same train ; Erie county, 700 strong, and Troy, with 50, made their appearance about 0 o'clock. By that time the Tammany delegates were out in force and the streets aud hotel lobbies presented a lively and crowded appearance. Senator Hill was up at 7:30 consulting with his lieutenants. The state commit tee met at i::50 in rooms at the Stanewix. Only three contents were noted and were quickly settled. Then the committee of protest was admitted and Bourke Cock ran asked E. Eilerv Anderson, its spokesman, if the protest was not pre pared before the date of convention had been fixed. Mr. Anderson admitted that it was prepared two days before, but it had beed rumored that the date would be February 22. Mr. Gradr, of the state committee, said it was evident that the protest was against the candidate, not against the date. Mr. Grace denied this. On motion of Mr. Cockran the protest was laid on the table and the protesting delegation withdrew. The Tammany Hall de'egation met after the adjournment of the state comi mittee3 and appointed a committee headed by Uichard Croker to select vice presidents and secretaries for the con vention and delegates and alternates to the national convention This commit tee met and selected delegates to the national convention; also electors at large. There was a big crowd around the en trance to Harmanus BUeker hall half an hxur before the time fixed ' for the con vention to assemble, but only the fortu nate holders of the tickets w ere admit ted. The delegates had to struggle through the crowd and came in slowly, causing delay in calling the convention to order. As the leaders appeared they were greeted with applause. At 12:21 Chairman Murphy, of state csrnmittee called the convention to order and presented the names of temporary officers which were recorded with ap plause. In taking the chair as tempo rary chairman, Judge George M. Beebee made a sprech referring in eulogistic term3 to Senator Hill and presenting him as his choice as New York's presi dential candidate. Secretary Defrees then read the list of delegates. After the appointment of the usual commit tees the convention took a recess until SM0 p. in and reassembled at 4:10 p. m. General Daniel E Sickle?, in taking the chair as permanent presiding fiicer, declared that if New York was called upon again, as she often had been in the pa?t, to name a presidential candidate she would name a leader under whom the democracy of New York never had been beaten a leader who was elected to the senate of the United States with out the expenditure of a dollar a leader we love because the enemies of the dem ocratic party hate and fear him a leader who would give the whole people" an ad i inistrati n guided by ihe principles and traditions of Jefferson nnd Jackson. Hill was introduced to the convention a3 "The next president of the United States," amid uproarious applause. The convention at 5:27 p. m adjourned sine die. ST. LOUIS CONVENTION. Representatives of Labor Organizations in Conferf nee. St. Louis, Feb. 22. The convention of the ropresentatives of the disaffected political elements began here to-day. Among those present were: Francis Wiilard, as the representative of the op position to the rum powrer and the sa loon ; A. Streeter, as the champion of the ant monopolists, and representative Taubeneck, of Illinois, and Robert W. Schilling, Wisconsin, in behalf of the people's party ; Grand Master Powderly, with Secretary Hayes and Congressman Davis, as the delegates from the knights of labor; W. A. Carsey, of the New York city anti monopoly league ; Judge Snyder, of Kansas; Post, of Georgia; Washburn, of Massachusetts; General John B. Weaver, of Iowa ; L L Polk, of North Carolina; Congressman Living ston and C. A. Rankin and, Ignatius Donnelly and the various delegations, the credentials of which represented nearly every state and territory of the United States. The draft of a platform was prepared which deals only with questions of land, finance and transportation, and leaves all other questions severely alone. This programme is not agreeable to certain elements of delegations and as a result the entire platform will be fought out on the floor of convention. Two o'clock was the hour announced for the opening of the convention and when it arrived the ground floor of the exposition building was well filled with delegates, while there was a respectable sprinkling of spectators in the balconies. Large placards denoted the sections as signed to the various state delegations. Outside of a large United States flag stetched across the back of the stae there was no attempt at decoration. Before the gathering was called to order, S. II. Synder, of Kingman, Kan., announced that none but accredited dele gates would be allowed upon the floor. Although divided in political sentiment there was one flag which all would respect the stars and stripes, and under that banner they were greeted. They were supposed to know no organization, to know only their country, the United States of America. This was received with loud shouts of "attention" and cheers. The entrance of President L. L Polk, of the farmers' alliance and industrial union, was greeted with prolonged ap plause, and the band struck up, "Three cheers for the red, white and blue." When the band had run through its programme of operatic airs the conven tion was called to order by Ben Terrell, of Texas, aud divine assistance and coun sel w as implored. There was a stirring scene when Miss Mitchell, of Chicago, a grey-haired lady with a powerful voice, was introduced to sing "Star Spangled Banner." The dele gates young and old took up the refrain and sang it w ith a vior that made the roof resound. Before the fair singer had turned to bow herself from the statre southern delegates set up a vociferous de mand for the "Swanee River," and the old plantation song was rendered with a pathos that brought tears to hundreds of eyes. The musical portion of the ceremonies then ended Hon. C. P. Walbridge, presi dent of the city council of St. Louis, bade the delegates a hearty welcome. Re sponses were made by L. L. Polk, on be half of the Farmers' Alliance ; T. V. Pow derly, in the name of the Knights of Labor. The appointment of committees occu pied the most of the day. Special bargains in Dry Goods and Shoes are an nounced by Henry, O'Brien & Co. The gentleman depicted nhnvo hnc-iiifif c inn hiniSPT1,:,uru,e,,s,"r " l,M" "'"J ,nr company ouers icr sale a limit,,! aDOL lias JU&l SIIOU illIllMll numberof it9 shares of stock on the following easy payments: i 00 per 1!tr. vMfli o noli- rf fur clinnc anrl . cash, $5 00 in one month, $3 00 in two months. f 00 in "three month, turn :,((( Willi a pail Or OUr Mints, dim ; per share every fvvo montbs unti $r0.00 shall have been paid. is so well pleased that lie makes tne weiKin nnir 1 ,1 LL 1 t r 1 1 in our praise. ' i He likewise bought at our! store the GROCERIES wirhj which to set forth his last Sunday's dinner, and their excellence adds double de light to his astonishment at our low prices. If you would feel well and if you would fare well, eat three square meals a day seven days a week, furnished from our excellent stock of eatables, and you will be surprised at the money you will have left over for the minister's con tribution box and a "rainy day." Your friends, Henry, O'Brien & Co Phone 46. A. A. SEARS, Livery, Feed ad S&ls I'm ! Main St., below Banner Warehouse. Dim HAM, C. TERMS STRICTLY GASH ! Careful Drivers Furnished at all Times, Day or Night. Sive IMIe a- Oa.ll ! 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, Shingle and Tatfas. Come and see ue. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOWELL. & CO., Durham. N. C. PLASTICO! For nicest and best WALL FIIMISH ! USE PIjASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store, Sole Agent for Plastico in Durham. Meals at Lours to suit Business Men and Table always furnished with the Best in the Market. Location Central and terms moderate. MUS. 15. 31. COZVIIT, Main Street, Opposite Globe Warehouse. S. L. LEARY 3 T 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, niTKMAM. v. r. J. J. THAXTON. With flftr rears experience B a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, Ghinds and Nerves (females in particular. Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C M. Hern don's. O.Hceover Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, c nock a, m to 12 m., and from t p. to 4 p. j . - !Tlio North Carolina CAPITAL STOCK, 150,000.00. Par value $100 per share, fully paid with $M in 20 months OFFICERS : B. L. DUKE, President, Durham. LEO D. HEARTT, Treasurer, Durham. Chartered under the Laws of Having purchased outright 178 of Invmert Saf, Attractive and Prrfitab'e. For Prospectus and p!irti(ulars app'y to Office up stairs, Matigum building. "Seeing Is Believing.' jr fifth .;' v must be simple; vrh not cooil. btrnMr. J .vords xn an much, i-ut to s-. c " ! he Uor.ii'. stt r " GrsfCj will irnpre.-s the truth mor.-i"Tr:;.!y. 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A.SADLER, Secy, Baltimore.Md KRANICH & Received a Special Award at the X. C. State Fair, October, 1890. (This year there was no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is : 'Kranich Upright Pianos, exhibited by the North Stale Mu.-ic Co., and not placed in competition, should receive a special award, as they are the best pianos on the grounds in every particular detail.'' (Signed), We claim that the Kranich & Bach will stand in time longer than any other make and last longer; that they have more improvements of value than all others combined. They hold their tone and never get tinny or metnlic. An inspection investigation wTill convince. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPAN Y G. Gr. STOSJE, MAHfAGER, EA.LEIGH:, 1ST. C. SHULTZE BREECH Hunting Coats, LLOYD'S Hardware Store, anil Newwrt lm b W. S. HALLIBURTON, Sec, Durham. Durh.-ini. IJ. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen. Man'r, the State of North Caiolina. the most beautiful and desirable 1 ON ,t 3LiT lE3 OCI3. Aii i a rood . . it is n : MniMc .:-; W, G-w tlrjse m.:!c t n. -th! , !-)(-(-M'.r. t thp CTPiininr .- ;. w ill :-ir:ilci "ital-k: v i 41 S-uru. liur. New Vor! :y. v BRYANT AND STRATT0tJ COLLEGER demand for our graduates is unprecedented. N vacation; pupils can enter at any time with equal advantage. Never attend a scho)ne aij..' the tuition is cheap, for CHEAP is very dear; it means cheap surroundings, interior facilities J and offers NO opportunities for securing P OS I ' YIONS for its pupils and graduates. UN BACH PIANOS V. 0. ROVSTKI1. ' POWDER! XjO-XDHSTO- 1 ? Leggins, Etc!