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THIS DURHAM. DAlL.iT ttJLOBB, "WEDNESDAY, MABOH 80.
hc Durham gailg (Slobc. By AL FAIK BROTHER. I2f A GENIJRAI. WAY. The Globe has no fault to find with any one just now. It is at peace with all the world but it proposes to lay down at least one proposition. how mean, how unruly, hdw ungovern- Thb Globe la published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $8.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe clrcu J WJL. - i- - -r.o able how anything a teacher has no paper, containing all the news, and Is sent by J iegai or moral right to cruelly or brutally mall at I lJ&o a year in aavance. forgotten and which will endear him to those who are yet unborn. It is glory enough for a life-time it is glory even beycnd the grave. When the college 'is opened Wasii Dcke should be remembered by our citi- No matter how vicious a pupil may be zeus in a way that would cause him to Office Corner Main and Church street. Globe telephone, No. 50. ADVERTISING BATES. Space for one week 6 cent j per Inch per Issue, when over 5 Inches are takn. Space per month, f 2 per Inch. Heading 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 TIIK GLOBE, Durham, N. C. DLTKHA3J, N. C. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1802 THE GLOBE FOR 181)2 Will call things by their understand fully the appreciation in which his gift is held. HELP THEM. Mrs. George W. Kidder, a most es timable Xrth Carolina lady shas the weary task in hand of raising $10,000 for a building for North Carolina at the Chicago fair. She writes us that soon she will visit this city and attempt to organize a local branch, and give our home women a chance to raise money from this section, This undertaking, by the noble women child. It has York's word for it ; he says, of North Carolina, those who have state lying in his bed, that the teacher broke pride and are willing to work should re his hand-that he crushed it. If this be ceive the hear?y suPPort of a11 lo'al "Vrtrtli 'f'ornHni'ana Th fn?r nrm'oot 1 ' v will not be what it should be, but whe the case. I the wnmen nf our staff! start, nut tn raise I " - - Mr. Kennedy could not be found yes- funds for such a cause, every man should terdav. and we tried to. find him. The go in;o His poefcet, ana it only a dime is ,wtr1,1 not l-found. D Man- I brought out that will help. . , Ten cents or ten dollars are but little, m a a t TT . 1. . ,1 I nino nau no statement 10 mae. ixeuau yfit wheQ a meQ re3pond thg gum wm been called, but Dr. Smith was the phy- ample. sician and he was out of the city, or visit- Every man in Durham should say to whip a child. Punishment is one thing cruelty is an other. The Globe does not kno s about the difference between Professor Ken nedy and vouns: IIcgh York. It does not know that Kennedy in any way was to blame for the hand which is in a serious condition, and which gives pain to the ing a patient. The Globe is of that particular school which is opposed even to people inflict- himself : The cause is good, I will help it. If the men do this, no matter how small the contribution, thg aggregate will meet the expectation ot the women. real names and name them properly. Ti. i A 1 a I n ... . ... ii uurumcL'S to advertisers more omart Aiecsy tricKs than double the combined circula- The boy who does so has no business tion of all other papers. there, and if the York boy was notori W A '11 . A J 1 1 t A J 1 I II Will continue to ten tlie iruin ously bad, as the excuse in palliation for and jerk the mask off of pious and the cruel treatment goes, then it was pretending fraud?. manif'estlv the dutv of Kennedy to re It will not waver in its fight for fuse to admU him. That wa3 th8 busi the development and prosperity, of ness of it and loric of it It ing cruelty upon animals. There are u North Carolina needs representation, societies formed for the purpose of pro- and this is one good way to help it out. hibitinr such cruelty. The law presumes hen Mrs. Kidder comes the women tn lnfliVf rmniahmpnt. nnn tnnse who 1 see that she is Dronerlv received and that cruelly or brutally impose upon a emia or gbe gecureg ample help from ihh dty. unon a srrown man. a.kj aii l.. rnurusiiiu. Tf tlio li-iir Vrnv wq a lmrrl tn rrmnacrA- I J - " The Globe fails to hear much more if he was saucy and impudent and the about the governor sl4ip. It seems in fact could easily be established, then it fact that Tom Holt himself is paving was the teacher's duty and his privilege more attention to the Raleigh ship to be II - 1 to centlv turn him across a chair and ap- uncneu 10 morrow man ne is 10 gover- . . j -, , . , - , nor ship of North Carolina or elsewhere. nlv tn thn rl rm r f rile niintomnnc ii pntr I The papers have had a pretty general QI Strap Oil. iav fln(i nothing is in siVht i -j o - a That will do. The old-style way of us- Let the people who are wailing, wait ing a ferule and pounding up the palm of for the convention to be held in May, a hand nassed away. And it was well. and we Sive our word of U(mr r dis- I hfinnr a a tlio rrc m a v r r mor n nf Vio The paddling process is not in vogue in . . ' ' .,, , "1, ,.j A I 1 r . to tell you who will be the candidate and manyplaces. School directory these days neminee-for governor. Who is in such furnish means and .appliances. They a hurry that he cannot wait for the 18th" propose to teach those who desire in- of May struction. It is not for one boy who thinks himself smart to go in and break up a school or to disturb its progress by Hcv. James P. Stone l Lower Ca'uot, Vt., formerly oi Dalton, N. II. A Faithful Pastor Is held in high esteem by his people, and his opinion upon temporal as well as spiritual matters is valued greatly. The following is from a clergyman long influential in New England, now spending well earned rest in Cabot, Vt. : C. I. nood : Co., Lowell, Mass.: " "We have used Hood's Sarsnparilla In our family for many years past, wltn gvnt ton cat. "We have, with confidence, recom mended it to others for their various ail ments, almost all of whom havo certified to great benefit by it3 use. We can Honestly and Cheerfully recommend it as the best Md parifler wro have ever tried. Ve have used others, butnone with the beneficial effects of Hood's. Also, we defm Hood's Pills and Olive Oint ment invaluable. I.Irs. Stone savs shs cannot do without them." Eev. J. P. Stojte. Better than Cold Mr. Geo. T. Clapp, of Eastondale, Mass., says: "I am 82 years of aje, and for SO years have suffered with running sores on one of my legs. A lew years ao I had two toes amputated, physicians savin?: I was suffer ing from gangrene and had but A Short Timo to Llvo Eight months ago as a neighbor urged me, I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. The whole lower part of my leg and foot was a running sore, but it has almost completely healed and I can-truthfully say that I am in better health than I have been for many years. I have taken no other medicine and consider that I owe all my improvement to Hood's Sarsaparilla It is better than gold." I cheerfullr verify the above statement of Mr. Clapp, whom I have known SO years." J.-M. How ard, Druggist, Eastondale, Mass. HOOD'Q PJLL3 are purely vegetable. FOE AT RANDOM. J All Kinds Jewelry GO TO the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. Tub dead beats still thrive. It is time that we had a barbecue of dead beats. Let the loyal citizens of this state send sornething'for the World's Fair fund. say that Lean I)os will not be powers received on subscription at the Iialeigh upon reflection he would regret newspaper omces. Tiif Her voice was sweet her face was fair I wondered how it came about ; Her head was covered with false hair. She wore a freckle on her snout. If face was fair you ask me then How did the business come about, You did not see the tempting wen Located just above that snout. I say to you It all is true I only saw her in my mind For don't you see That ent to me Was a picture taken from behind. Or, in other words, she did not look into the camera, colonel Whitaker says that all views aro side views or back vie ws. This was a back view which we saw. Whether or not the -secret i out we do not know. But we do know tbat Colonel Brad- suer lists had no Qres for several days. This should not occur again. Cnr.OVP.T. .TflK TTrvn iiQitAd flrpr.nti'hnrr Sun- If this is doubted, the boy lives on day He 8ays that he 6ecured a job of vuttinK We pasted him one. The wild horse from Borneo got loose on the Yam Farm, and the Old Man had to wait for He may ia anger do that which Colonel Cave to Catch Him. Had it been different we would have written More Stuff to day. Globe proposes to ascertain was not on the other side, the duty or the privilege of Kennedy as principal or superinten dent of the school to crush the boy's hand as the boy says he did or almost, if not quite break a finder. It is said that no bons were broken It is hoped that this is true. But the hand is frightfully swolen ; the boy was sick The Globe always gets there. It ac cepts no rumors, but goes and sees for itself. Tnr WniTrlTJiVfT-l fli- ti,. Broadway and his mother who is attend- in a pastor and cutter at tho Record office. THE Vi orld s fair fund was a fizzle. The J understand that the Record pasted him ( people would rathci help themselves than m hlm " show you the hand htlp the state. A teacher has no right to abuse They his The spring election seems to lag. Let some things now about this business the fellows who want to be mayor come up and be counted. I Let the school board vindicate its self and Colonel Kennedy, a good instruc tor, at the same time. proposes at the same time to give even handed justice to all concerned. Now if you will tell us who is to be governor, you will find our check for 50 cents. That's what we think of it. The teacher he should pad llo more, And to jerks should not be given ; Then he would reach the shiny shore, Cross the creek and go to heaven. m At lnQf thia i whift Cr t r w t Ttrrnii VrTir If Kennedy did not do what the boy thinks about it now. thn ro cVtall (ata rvloaail rn ,r rfr- I J ' I Thnan wlirt Via hpon woltfiKr am oIca re. reeling what the boy has said. guested to wait for Colonel Jim Southoate. t t,li0 . . He will be the nominee for governor and The in the mean time this case demands , , . , . , . . ... Globe believes and his said that he would be an investigation. It is the duty of the a hummer. The party he represents is not yet strong but it will be. 0. T. POSTLEY THE JEWELER, Main St., near Church St. POISONED BY A NEGRO'S BITE. May O,-. t , , , , I cvuuwi uuaiu, iui rue UCUU1C, LU l,lll.nXPl..l FllXMfl iv ia (minor irnAii n-Arl' I ' 1 1 1 on the State Chronicle. He has not given 8Peedily and fuHy investigate the busi- any deliberate opinions as yet. Perhaps ness. And it must be done at once. he will. i The business men of North Carolina H trinity near the end. must help The Gloke in its scheme to The massive pile of brick, iron, mortar, Cordelga, Ga-, March 27 In a fight raise at least $25,000. This state must eranite and the srenius of human toil between two colored women on James be represented, and the time to no at the called Trinity colleee. is near its end. Holmes' farm one bit the other on the business is now. A Vmaii Who Injured in a llcht Lo an Arm. WE ARE STILL INjj 0 St&rke's Dixie Plows, $1,901 GENUINE DIXIE N FAW1S J r Plow. Points 90 Cents a Dozen! -0 A.very Double Shovel Plows, Hoes, Rakes, Mattock Chains, Hames, Etc. Also Builders' Hardware SEE OUR $10.00 COOK ST0TE j LLOTDS Hardware Store The-- North Carolina anil Newport News CAPITAL STOCK, $150,000.00. Par value $100 per share, fully paid with 00 in 20 month OFFICERS: B. L. DUKE, President, Durham. LEO D. IIEARTT, Treasurer, Durham. W. S. HALLIBURTON, Sec, Durtit J. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen. Man'r, Durhi. OPEN YOUR DOOR The Oxford Day, always enterprising, falls into line and knows what to do con cerning the World's fair fund. It pro poses to help things out by raising a popular subscription and turning it all over to one general fund. The fund for the World's fair shows that $1,250 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 '93, which is only a little over a year away. Innocent men are often accused of crime. The community caa exonerate them. The fact that a boy has jumped the city schools should call for a speedy inyestigation. No white wash is wanted and The Globe believes that none is needed. The fact that the state board of agri culture has arranged to make an exhibit of North Carolina products at the World's fair, will not interfere with the $25,000 fund which TnE Globe proposes to raise. The more we get the better for the state. Send in your subscriptions. Th building is only awaiting the plas- Anger. The injured member is greatly For one of-our $25.00 bed room suits. terers. The laths are already on. swollen and it is feared the arm will hare I An ounce of prevention is better than a The monument which that big-hearted to be amputated. Dr. W. B. Marshal who pound of cure; a look at these suits la man, Washington Duke, has given will attends her says the bite of a negro who better than a column of talk. We are bi ready for occupancy the first of June, has blue gums is as poisonous as the perfectly willing to tell you all about The Globe, in company with builder sting of a rattle snake. them, to tell you how excellent they are Norton, took it in yesterday. The build- in quality , and how remarkably reason- ing has been described so maay times V0" the ureatn o mat stove : ale in price but we are infinitely more I avnTnimni lift la U t t m 1 Ana Iott tt H a r f I . m that to describe it now would be foolish- ffas wa3 escaping from lhe sitting-room wlllIDS to have -vou see them lf onl for ness. It is a splendid structure it is a stove. Coal gas is like the "perfumes of an instant. They will appeal to your monument to his skill and to his business India, compared with the breath of a ere. to your taste, to vour eood iudg capacity. person afflicted with catarrh, ttit among ment and l0 your pockctbook as no other Trinity means much for Durham-it Is offen deadened, so the sufferer u un. bed room suit ever did. This is rather means so much, in fat, that but few ap preciate it. ' A thought here: Washington Dcke, a man who came -cost- most to the top by reason of a wonderfnl f stubborn case, is one of the many myste- amoimt of sasracitr: who toiled and ries. The proprietors are so con. ideht of TL-ixrhmA ri ij.-i .iKtn'i.f, e . the success of thi3 Catarrh Hemedy, that wUtUfc hu iuc nwu uu cuuutrcu -, catarrh they cannot cure. It would be who lived In a log cabin, and who, when suicide for their remedy, for them to make the tide served, toek it and made his thl8 otter, unless they understood its ex- conscious of the offensireness of his pres- flat-footed and positive proposition, but ence. Why any one will endure such a you will see how true it is if you will put painful, dangerous and offensive disease, j, ta a when Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy ing onlr 50 cents will cure the fortune well, he was willing to give. And a hundred and fifty thousand hard earned dollars were at his command and he gave. Not to individual enterprise which would bring returns fn dollars, but to a great educational institution act powers. I used Simmons Liver Regulator for indigestion, with immediate relief. O. G. bparks, Ex-Mayor, Macon, Ga. Health brines happiness. Take Sim mons LiT?r Regulator for stomach, liver: -!- lit . . I .... a. . ' wmcu win cause nis name 10 De nerer ana kidney troables. DURHAM FURNITURE CO. FOB RENT! Three Rooms in ParrishJ Building. One Dwelling on E. Main Street. Apply to M. W. REED, -Ag't. Chartered under the Laws of the State of North Carolina, Having purchased outright 178 of the most beautiful and desirable lots r Newport News, for a sliort tiinn only the Company offers'for sale a limited number of its shares of stock on the following easy payments: 5.00 pcrsk- cash, $5 00 in one month, $5.00 in two months, $5.00 in three months, then f'.U per share every two months until $60.00 shall have been paid. Investment Safe, Attractive and Profitable. 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"The Rochester." gRVANT AND STRATTON sDULLGeJ OUNDED 1864 ty the present executive Occupies four building Uiirivalli'l n I itiea lor edueatine l'OUSO MEN AND WOMKN for success in life. The outlook f ismost favorable for bU8ineRsoriortuDiti''i T demand for our graduates is un precept) tuL J vacatfon; pupils can enter at any time r equal advantage. Never attend a aoWjl SrS2 the t"i"on s cheap, for C H E A P is very KSCZs it means cheap surround inpH, inferior tfir1t' J and ofTers NO opportunities for securing P05I K-hool, owing to Its HIGH standard of excellence, has placed in business more youn? mei women irom an., va., r. t,., h. j. ana ua. man an nmiur inRiuuiions comDinea. . particulars mailed. W.H. SADLER. Pres.. F. A. SADLER, Secy, BaltimorcMS KRANIOH & BACH PIANOS Received a Special Award at the X. C. State Fair, October 1890. ( Ihis year there wis no award, as only one maker exhibited.) Here it is: "Kranich Upright Piano?, cxhihitcd by the North Stale Muhic Ccj and not placed in competition, should receive a ?peciai award, a3 tney i tne oest pianos on me crounus in every lamuuidi uumu. v b h V. C. KOVSTEK. We claim that the Kranich & Bach will stand in tut longer than any other make and last longer ; that they have more improvements of value th'an all others combined. They hold their tone and never get tinny or metals An inspection lnvcsuaiiuu win cuiivinuu. Sole Agents for North Carolina. NORTH STATE MUSIC COMPAQ C. G. STORIE!, IVIii.ITAGER?