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THJfi DUBUAM DAlLiY fcH,OBJfl, TUESOAI, JUNE 28
$hc iurham aflg (Slobe. By AT. FAIKBKOTHEB. The Globe is entered at the postoificc. Pur ham, N. C as mail matter as the second class Thb Globe is published everyday (Sunday excepted; and delivered by carrier at o.w i year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu latos throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent oy mail at $1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 50. ADVERTISING BATES. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per issue when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, f 2 per inch. Keadinir 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 THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C DURHAM, N. C. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1892. THE GLOBE FOR 18.)'2 Will call things by 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 oil' of pious and pretending fraud?. It will not waver in its fight lor the development and prosperity ot the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. IT FLIES. People who have made promises to The (J lobe to pay what they owed, must remember that time Hies. It is a way that time has. Those who have promised and fail to call at the office with the stuff, will be given the advantage of an explanation to the effect that they lied about what they owed. Alltfnust come and whack something. Parson Butler, so far as we are in formed, is still whipping the devil around the stump. When the weather gets warmer well we then will know that the christian's idea of hades is true. We LEARN that pretty soon, if not sooner, the Commonwealth Club which never rallied from its last meeting, will meet again. Tin: last thing heard of Mr. COLUM BUS was that he had died. If he is still living he should come to the front and open his yawp. The Goldsboro Argus printed the ad dress of Col. .T. s. Carr before the teachers' association, and it was one of the colonel's ablest efforts. Tin; water in the reservoir is low, and Friday was but two feet. This is a fact and tlu" evidence is at hand to substan tiate it in a court of justice. And such a condition of alt'airs is tuff. Tin; Weekly Globe these days is in it for all it is worth. The merchants commence to tumble. 1'iik Weekly Globe gets to the farmers, and adver tising rates are reasonable. The Globe will print a Trinity col lege edition of this album of song and all should be in it. Db. .1. F. Cuowell will assist in compiling figures and facts and the edition will be authority. The Globe is in favor of all the par ties in existence, but it would feel much better if Colonel Albku;iit would re frain from establishing the Sixth party, which, we understand, he has a notion of doing. THE "WATER SUPPLY. The engineer of the Durham Water company said that if it had not been for rain on Wednesday, the reservoir would have gone dry. This is pretty early in the season for such talk and the authorities should at once satisfy themselves that we have enough water to run through the month of July and August when rains are scarce. We are not kicking very hard, but it is a fact that there were but two feet of water in the reservoir on Friday and with all the pumping both day and night there was not over five feet Sunday night. The Water Works company on Fri day, with but two feet of water in the reservoir, reported a pressure of 07 pounds, and to-day they report but 65 pounds pressure. The question is : Does the register do honest work, or is there less water to-day than Friday. It looks like there was less. If our city council has any idea of what its duty is, there should be a speedy investigation of this matter. The supply of water is inadequate, and something should be done. The sooner, too, the better. COLONEL CARK'S ADDRESS. In his address before the teachers' as sembly at Morehead, Col. J. S. Carr last week said some things which, while facts bear him out, the old men will not admit. In his address which has been published, he says : This is the young men's age. They are at the head of affairs throughout the length and breadth of the land. The great railroads, the banks, the mighty manufactories, our universities and col leges, all the colossal business enter prises of the day are in the hands of young men. Conspicuously is mat true of the South, emerging magnificently as she is from behind the clouds of earlier trials and oppressions. And yet the old men will not admit that such is the case. Colonel Carr has stated the real facts but the old men still believe that they are in it. The Globe recalls a case. Only the other day a gentleman wanted some advice advice t hat was of but little importance. He had read in this album of song that the pale-faced and broad-browed student who conducts this encyclopedia of gen eral information (complete in one vol ume with discounts to the trade) was an Old Man and he wanted some information. It happened to be our pleasant duty to explain to the old gentleman that we were up 'way up in that particular branch of business and the information for which he yearned would come to him from us through the columns of this household necessity. But that would not do. The old fellow wanted to know about the children of the sun. In our own exhaustive style and talking rapidly we said : In the opinion of some astron omers, there exists somewhere, in the limitless and illimitable vastness of space, a luminary which is the centre and source of light, life and existanee. But no eye, my old and hayseed friend, has caught a glimpse of it, nor is there any likelihood of such discovery unless Colonel Stau RETTE, of this print shop, discovers it. The utmost stretch of astronomical in telligence goes to the ascertainment of suns which are,each in its sphere the head of a planetary system or family. Every lixed star that shines in the firmament is the father of a family of worlds. The same is true of countless others which lie beyond human ken and elsewhere, how ever the eye may be assisted by the tele scope. The central body, the light and life, of our systems of worlds, is the sun and not our loathsome contemporary. The planets and satellites which belong to this system are absolutely intended to be dependent and are, upon the father sun for the necessaries of life, no less than for all the luxuries of planetary ex istanee. They can never reach majority but ever remain infants. Children they are of a parent whose patriarchal author ity must be respected forever. Without the heat of the sun every planet would become little else than a vasi iceberg. There are many members of this family too small for observation from an earthly standpoint, and many which can be dis cerned by the telescope cannot be ex plored by it, and consequently, my friend cannot be worth my time in explaining the business to you. "Which be they that air biggest ?" asked our old friend and Weekly subscriber. With that same abandon and reckless style we replied without breath, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Earth where you now stand Venus and Mer cury. Some of these have satellites of their own, or, as they might and may be designated, children. These grandchil dren of the sun, so far as discovered, are eighteen, and each one is a hummer. The moon, let me explain to you. is the satel lite of earth. Mars, Venus and Mercury have no satellites, children, grandchildren or half brothers. Saturn has some eight children called moons or satellites Jupi ter four, Uranus four and Neptune one. None of them seems to have tw ins. And then the old man asked us with his mouth open how old we were sup posed to be and we told him. Then he said : "That is all right, my son but you are too fresh. I have lived a heap longer than you I'm old enough to be your grandfather, and I'll be blamed if I ever heerd such stuff as you have been a tellin' me. I shall go and talk with Colonel ALBuronT about this business I want to see some one as knows what the- are talkin' about." And yet Colonel Carr, himself a young man, has the assurance to inform us that the young men are in it. Thev may be and we believe are but the old men refuse, stubbornly, to get out of it, and it may, after all, be well. AT RANDOM. A Lull frog sat in a dismal swamp. And he croaked and is croaking j-et, And he waits for the time he'll have a romp With our whiskered friend, Stakrette. The above poem was written by Colonel Joe Kino, who is something of a froggist him self. 0 0 0 The worm which Injures tomatoes can be killed if you place it under a pile driver. Colonel Joe Baldwin, who has never told his love, says plums will Soon Be Kipe. The latest news up to the hour of going to press is to the effect that Mr. Cleveland has been nominated. Colonel Charley Postley informs us that now is the time to pull the tail feather.? out of mocking birds. LINGERING LETTERS. A List of Letters Waiting Owners in the Durham Postoliice. List of unclaimed letters remaining in Durham postoflice, advertised June 25, 1893. B Barbee, Earn ; Bert, Mrs. Francis; Brown, Mrs. . C Cameron, Jack, two : Clegg, A. J.; Cole ifc Wright; Cope, Miss Mary ; Cun ningham, It. C. D Davi9 Mrs. Marthan ; Deavee, George. F Flower, John ; Freeland Mrs. M. II. G Gones, Miss A ; Gnnn, J. L. II. II Ilardcastle, John ; Ilaskins, Miss Iloldeu, Mrs. Armelia. J Johnson, Annie B ; Johnson, II. L., col ; Johnson, C. D.; L Laws, Mrs. Candall. M McCutchen, J. W.; McMichael, C. O.; Mathews, Miss Alice; Mercer, Mrs. J. C; Morgan, W. S. P Pattee, Col. J. A.; Pratt, Miss Josie ; Price, Frank. R Rogers, Miss Ida; Roan, Miss Emma. S Smith, Miss Emma ; Smith, Ma tilda. T Townes, Ed. V Venable, Alfred. W Weeks, A. J.; White, Ocas ; Wood ward, Phil ; Wright, G. R. W. A. Albright, P. M. What Stronger Proof Is needed of the merit of Hood's Sarsapa rilla than the hundreds of letters contin ually coming in telling of marvellous cures it has effected after all other reme dies had failed ? Truly, Hood's Sarsapa rilla possesses peculiar curative power unknown to other medicines. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by re storing the peristaltic action of the ali mentary canal. They are the best family cathartic. LOOK AT THIS. A 1 ine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. The Trinity Land company who, it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to any person desiring to build. It is the intention of the companj' to build up a nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose of this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. AS WE GROW. The ISuoni iov on Those Who Are in the Procession. Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham and that property is com pelled to advance to double and treble its present value, it is the duty of every man, old or young, who expects to ever own a home, to secure it now while it is within his reach. Dr. J. h. Watkins is building houses on very desirable lots and selling on easy terms to a number of our young business men. If you want a home, and what man or woman does not ? See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salaiy he will make it possible for you to own one. cures rising 0N top of the heap . . BREAST "MOTHER'S FRIEND" &2WS offered child-byring woman. I have been a mid-wife ""V years, and in each case where "ilTOtner'STriend" had been nsed it has accomplished wonders and relieved much suffering. It is the best remedy for rising of the breast known, and worth the price for that alone. Mrs. M. M. Bbuster, Montgomery, Ala. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of price, $1-50 per bottle. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sold by all druggists. Atlanta, ; a. ONE WORD! -o- MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS1 Wim SPRING CLOTHING o OUR LINES THIS SPRING OUTDO VNv THING WE'VE EVER SHOWN o- I come to you with a small affair that you may need. In England, the Conti nent and many foreign countries, myself and wares are well known. Many Amer ican families on their return from abroad bring my articles with them, for they know them pretty well, but you may not be one of these. Confidence between man and man is slow of growth, and when found, its rarity makes it valuable. I ask your con fidence and make a reference to this Journal to indorse that confidence. I do not think it will be misplaced. I make the best form of a cure an absolute one for biliousness and Jjead ache that can be found in this year. The cure is so small in itself, and yet its com fort to you is so great 20 minutes being its limit, when relief comes that it has become the marvel of its time. One and a half grains of medicine, coated with sugar, is my remedy, in the shape of one small pill, known to commerce as DR. IUVDOCK'S NEW LIVER PILL. It is old in the markets of Europe, but is new to North America. The price is as low as an honest medicine can be sold at, 25 cents. Send a postal card for a sample vial, to try them, before you purchase. DR. HAYDOCK, 03 Fulton Street, N. Y. In Large i I NEGLIGEE. Variety of Patterns. STTFFSf A FULL LINE, LJlitrt, o Air r n . AS well as felt and cbushbbs. o I I f Neckwear The Neatest Ever Shown! Turner's ITaml-Sewed SHOES Turner s Hand-S In Congress, Button and Lace. "W- jSu. SLATER z CO Northwest Corner Main Street, Durham. X. c. One Pill is a Dose. PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOR SALE BY ALT. DRUGGISTS. EVERY PII.L, IS SUGAR-COATED. If your druggist does not keep them we will mail them free to any address on receipt of 23 cents. Five vials for one dollar. BUY AT ONCE! DO NOT DELAY! HAYDOCK & CO. W. M. Yearby, Sole Agent for Durham. Headquarters, Raleigh. Durham Office, II. J. Drown, Agent Hotel Driver. ".Seeing Is Believing' jg ' ( ft ! M mm LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE, And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles ami Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Durham. N. C. Has Secured During 1892 : W. 1). Ho wells, H. Rider Haggard, George Meredith, Norman Loekyer, Andrew Lang, Conau Doyle, St. George Mivart, Mark Twain, Kudyard Kipling, J. Chandler Harris, K. Lewis Stevenson, William ISlack, W. Clark Russell, Mary K. Wilkin-, Frances Hodgson Ilurnett. And many other distinguished Writers. THE SUNDAY SUN Is the Greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World. Priee, cents a copy. Uy mail, J2 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. for mm - : mm . - S it W.S f ' Mr mm.' m VmToT LOST or FAILIKG kTAKF r, . WGeneralandNEP.VOUSDEEILIi ; (Weakness of Body and Hind, EfFe Lixiof Errors or Excess' s in Old or i Robust, Noblr HA KHOOB fully Restored. Iluw to J.nni SlrengthrnWKAK.rXDKVF.LerKDOmiANS PAKTMc ; : Absolutely unfailing 1 1 1 m K TRKATHM7 Bn-f1 a Brn trotlfy frm 60 Stalr and KorriCD Coanlrlc. V.r..-. Dw rlpthe Roek, eipianalion and prtxtN in..:!- : m . I Address ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO W, mm to A n d a rood , . . v , . ' must be simple: when it is not sini le it ' not ool. Simtle. Beautiful. Good ihca - ' words mean much, but to see The Rochester " fe will impress the truth more forcibl v. All niia!. Wjf tough and seamless, and made in turec pieces on I.1 it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful 1; mp. ' i r i's mar- laiw velous light is purer and brighter in in cms ii-jiit. NflSiSi suitci iiiu.il 11 il uiii ui;u inwig - iK'. .11:1 1 11.. : a ciuici. 1 I,ook for this stamp Thr Rochestkr. Iftli I tier hasn't the CHWM Rochester, and the style you want. ?ead 1 w l itrated aud we will send you a lamp safely )v ui Aoicc ol over 2,uuU varieties from the Largest I. a tup Stor in the Wot Id lio II KVri.lt UDIP CO.. 4. 1 T'ark Place, New Yor'.L Clli. "The Rochester." A FULL PURSE! o- It is a very satisfactory thing to con template. Those who squander money on poor goods and bad bargains have thin purses. QST THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. This is the season of the year that you need Fly raw and Fly Traps. Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and 50 cents are the cheapest tiling out. Our Lawn Mowers at $5.50, 6.00 and 6.50 are extremely low and thev make it a pleasure to cut grass. White .Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc., at Bottom Prices. CALL AM) SEE I S AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOKE DURHAM, N. C. Tofoaceo Association. The North Carolina Tobacco associa tion meets at Morehead City, Jul- 5. Tickets on sale July 2 to 5 inclusive, limited to June 1 1. Hound trip, Durham to Morehead City and return, 5.7.3. Any one can go to the convention that desires to do so, can enjoy all of the privileges of reduced rates and will receive the courtesies of the association. The meet ing promises to be a big one and every tobacco section should take a big interest in it, as all will be much benefited by the results of the convention. Albekt Kkamer, President Durham Tob. Asso'n. J. S. Bcrch, Secretary. if your are melancholy or down w ith the blues you need Simmons Liver Regu lator. Nervousness is from dyspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Regulator and be cured. ' .T-ii - r r c " ' " ,71? -' -p- y: 'icy umpired w-oir.-j tar- " ' ' - ' - - I. We deal with all parts of the Country. Send your us direct To L. HILL PRINTING CO., $ orders to 44 The Globe," or to RICHMOND, rd.