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THJ5 DAlLtY GLODE, SATURDAY, JULY 9.
I r i t gurhnm gails !51obc. Uy AL FAIBBROTHEB. Thi Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at 16.00 a yt tr, or 50 cents a month. Tuk 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 il.50 a year in advance. oruce Corner Main and Church streets. G lobe telephone, No. 50. ADVERTISING RATES. j? pace for one week C c nts per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, l per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. Husiness notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOHK, Durham, N. C. The Globe is entered at the iostollico. Dur ham. X. C. as mail matter as the second class. DUHI1A31, N. C. SAT LI DAY, JULY J, 1892 Till: GLOHK 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 light for the development and prosperity of the 'ew South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. Tin; state ticket seems to be doing all riht. Jy the way id it not about time for the alliance to paw the air? It will be just seventy years ago to morrow since this old man discovered the Pacific ocean. How time flies. The last heard from CiiursToriiEit Colimius, he was trying to discover America. It is hoped that he may suc ceed. Win-: UK is Lindsay since the Omaha convention. Has he concluded to with draw or will he let the people snow him under f Tun management will soon sell a bushel of onions and buy live pounds of Six to Pica Leads. Onward and Upward is our motto. The Old Man receives a beautiful card from Germany it is without a signature, but suppose to be a picture of Colonel Hon Lyon now abroad In the matter of the street car tiafiic we are informed that the car which left Trinity college a year ago yesterday has been sighted at Five Points and is ex pected to pas The CJloue office next .January. Wait for the street car. Tim newspapers around the country tee the protective tariff alone in the great human slaughter at Homestead. Tariff or no tariff t lie question should be speedily settled by congress Capital has no moral right to import human hyenas to shoot down labor. And the sooner the other law says so the better it will be. A s.ulixo vessel came in on Mangurn street this morning. She had picked up a bottle which floated to her soon after setting sail. I nit was a note from Colo nel IIakky IUss stating that he was safe, and was making sounding for the Mangum street grade. He stated also that he would be at home within three months. This is the stuff. In adduessino a meeting at Uragtown last night, Colonel Albright said that the protective tariff had caused shoe-pegs to be reduced three cents a million. This perhaps accounts for the prosperous condition of the country. Wc have always claimed that a tariff which would reduce shoe-pegs was the stuff we needed. Too many people go barefooted. IT WAS NOT FONT. "While I was looking for something to write about," said Reuben this morning, "I let my eye rest on a small news item in The Globe yesterday evening where was recorded the obituary notice of a man who had made the struggle and had died. The notice spoke of him as a poor honest man of a good man but poor. Well, that is something. We very often see papers whooping up a lively send-off to the dead rich but the poor devil who needs sympathy while living and who had friends to appreciate a puff after he is dead hardly ever gets it. And that is where the world is wrong. Wrong be cause it doe3 not help. The well-to-do are always made better ; the rich increase the bank account and the strong grow stronger in their influence but the poor devil with fringe on his coat sleeve must prowl around all night and all day to keep the prowling woif from his door must allow his pride to become teared with the impudence of others ; must deny himself all the pleasures he sees and must live along a life of regret and humiliation. And why? Why not go out into the world and conquer t Why not go among the other fellows and pull off your coat and make things hum? Why not get rich ? Yes, that is the proposition. "Hut my friends let me tell you that it is not so awfully easy. The 'poor good man' who died and who soon will be for gotten even among his friends what chance had he ? First he had a wife who was in poor health and he had live or six children and their mouths were always open for bread. He hustled and he rus tled. He worked hard and he worked long days but then what did it all amount to. Six and seven and eight and nine dollars a week. He could save something on that yes, b'U what some thing. He did save about forty dollars once and he thought that was a great deal and it was for him. His wife thought so, too, and they already com menced to figure about the little home they would some day have. The fort dollars increased to fifty that was a whole half hundred dollars ah, it was coming their way. But iust about this time and sickness came. Then a darker demon prowled around and after a long time death took away one of the little birds from that humble nest leaving not so many mouths to feed, to be sure but leaving sorrow and sadness and no money. Instead of the fifty dollars and a beautiful child debt was there and the ground had been dug up aud the sweet face laid away. Aud so it runs along. The other day the father died as I noticed aud all he left was a record that he was an honest poor man. That is all he saw in life that was all the world saw in death. But is it so? Did not that man, in his rags and his poverty and his sickness and his hunger, feel as he stepped into the boat to cross the dark river to go to that endless time in search of eternity did he not feel that his journey would be pleasant; that no danger would come that finally and certainly he would land where was joy, and peace and happiness ? To be sure he did and after all the struggle the years of self-denial and bitter strife, was not his last thought that of eternal happiness and he knew it was not that, I want to know worth more than all else in the world could at that moment have been worth to him. Of course it was and that was why he did a good and profitable business while living. NOTHING NfiW. There is not much out of the ordinary in high life these days. We have had no particular scandal in Durham since Dr. Tver had his investigation and the pious Parson Butler took an infant and ran away with her. The great evangelists who were stir ring up so much fuss here and there have been rather quiet of late. Fife is hold ing a meeting somewhere right along and the lucie still rolls into him; Parson Abernethy, who kissed Sister Grtms ley as a matter of consolation, has about all the buckshot extracted from his hide, and the whole country seems to be at rest. Well, in warm weather this is much better people should not get excited, and scandals always cause excitement. We hope that it will continue calm and quiet because there is a long campaign on now and during the heated political sea son it would be wrong for a preacher to raise the devil. The politicians are better qualified for such business and it seems that they know it. May the world wag along forever in its even tenor and may buckwheat cakes ami the itch remain as far in the back ground as possible. HA II Hl'SINESS. As was noticed in the hummer yester day the Hillsboro Y. M. C. A. has closed down for repairs. This is bad business or something is wrong. The Hillsboro association has been stemming the tide about four years and the souls it has saved may not be many, yet the moral Influence has perhaps saved many a boy and man his peace and happiness in this world. But the old ship foundered, and now it will be some time before a new one is launched. This reminds us that up to date there is no secretary for the Y. M. C. A. of Durham. There was not enough money to float it and White had to get away and no one seems to take his place. This is a victory for Doctor Yates. He op posed the Y. M. C. Aers for all he was worth, and his last broadside seems to have sunk the business. But the question comes, Will it do any good? Are the churches more liberally patronized are the parsons better paid? We dare say they are tot. The money which the Y. M. C. A. secured in this town was extracted like old teeth. It was hard to pull. It was a systematic piece of begging and pretty hard at j that. The wonderful and holy cuss who was I going to cough so much for its support, crawled backwaids perhaps never in tended to do it any more than he intended to buy the school bonds, and that ended the organization, so far as any real work is at present concerned. But we think this is bad business, and Durham should get a new move in some way. The winter months especially should see a secretary and plenty of liter ature and plenty of devotion. The young men are as numerous here as ever per haps there are more of 'em, and the same spirit which organized the association here should support it now and cause increased interest. When Mr. White was last here he had a big scheme in the way of an entertain ment but that has fallen through and the bottom has apparently gone out of the whole business. EASY ENOUGH. A correspondent wants to know : "What is happiness?" Why, thai's easy enough. Happiness is a large and tempt ing gob of laugh and smile and giggle. It is the hame string of jocularity and the fifth wheel of success. Happiness is not the itch, a carbuncle or an in grow ing toe nail. Happiness is a ripe and wormless peach. It is a ten dollar bill and a bank account. It is the ice-cream of emptyness. It is that which comes without thought ; without work; with out waiting for it. In fact, happiness is not in this old mud-daubed world it is, they tell us, beyond the jaspered walls of the Xew Jerusalem. The fact of the business is the small-pox is catching, but happiness is not. You never saw a happy man in all your life. There was in what seemed his happiness an alio' a clog on the wheel a fly in his milk a cavitjr in his tooth a hole in his pocket and a dime lost. We never saw but one happy man, and his wife presented him with twins and he died. Happiness is not of this world rake the right hand door as you go in the next and you may find it. DON'T. Don't call a man a liar unless you are bigger than he is. Don't eat pie with a knife if a fork is handy. Don't pay what you owe unless rou see that you are ob liged to. Don't wipe your nose on your coat sleeve if you can get a handkerchief. Don't pick your teeth with a fork. Uss your fingers. Don't say "yawp'' when yes will do just as well. Don't walk on the grass. Don't ask a man if it is hot enough for him, or he may make it too hot for you. Don't insist that 3Tourbaby is the prettiest. They are pretty enough and eyery mother will tell you so. Don't stay down town all night aud lie to )'our wife about it. Tell her you have been in jail and make her Lappy. But there's no wse. We were just read iug some advice about as good as the above. These wise old asses who sit in an office and write advice make us tired. A fellow generally suits himself, anyway, and then he must adapt himself to circumstances. Don't observe rules un less you choose to do so. . AT RANDOM. A burning deck stood on a boy. And scorched his linen shirt ; A hose team came and yelled "ahoy," And then turned on the squirt. The altove was written bv Col. J. W. Dowu, who will run an excursion to Richmond Tues day. Only a little while an i then this trouble ends ccds like a flash it is I know and what care I for pork and beans. The alMjve isanextract from Joe Baldwin's speech before the Hat and Rat clubf Brag town. In addressing an audience at Hickstown last evening on the political situation. Colonel Albright said: "I would rather that my right hand should cleave the roof of my tongue and that my mouth should loose its cunning than to be caught floating a Cleveland banner. I would rather be a republican, proud of roy country, than to be a Cannilial, eating my fel low men. I will go further. I would rather le a live republican than a dead democrat And so you see, my dissatisfied fellow co an try men, that I am on the right track, and don't you forget it. Dk. Johnson, who is absent in Baltimore, will return Tuesday and bring John Hopkins university with him. He will give it to Jake Hopkins. Under the Sunday law, which will Ik? en forced to-morrow, it is unlawful for a clock to strike. Those who have striking clocks should not wind them up. Colonel Ray Wh itkhtrst has orgai i7xd a Weaver club and swears that he will remain in the third party until the stars are old. Colonel Starrette yesterday collided for the third time with a street car. He knocked the driver into a cocked hat and rubled the Varnish off His Whiskers. Some Foolish People, Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They ofjen say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be in duced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would im mediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial size free. At all druggists. An excellent remedy for dyspepsia Simmons Liver Regulator. C. Master son, Sheriff of Bibb Co , Ga. Dyspepsia and its attendant ills are quickly cured by Simmons Liver llegu lator. Ho ! Traveler take Beecham's Pills with you. Mr. ,J. G. Anderson Of -'.lidr.lo. Pa., a veteran of the 11th renn. V Is., says, as a result of war service he Suffered Every Minute I liver r.r.d kidney troubles, catarrh In the i:vi. r!!cmnatism ai.d distress in his stomach. '.v. rylhii!'? ht ;? fcrcuied like lead. Sleep v '- jumI iii Lie morning he seemed ...i.. i: ih.vi wlica":.? wesitto bed. He says: l uoirs Sarsaparilla ! :.;s 1'iU-s li l me more good than every :: ' !e put together. All my disagreeable f.v.. (Mollis have kk?-" Ke sure to get Hood's. HO-O'S PlLLS are the best after-dinnfy !""'. Thev iu;i.-L" ':ge5tion and cure LeadacLe. DURHAM SUPPLY CO. ON TOP OF THE HEAP o MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' FINE SPRING- CLOTHING! 0 OUR LINES THIS SPRING OUTDO v THING WE'VE EVER SHOWN. -o- SHIRTS ! PLEATED. ( XKGLIUKE. In a Largo f Variety of Patterns. S HIRTS f SIVES.A.-W HATS ! NEW BUILDING! fi'Pl nnii t vi'F f nvr O 1 I' r r . AS WELL AS FELT AND l.'lU'SIIEItS. 1 p f Neckwear The Xeatest Ever Shown! Turner's Haml-Si wed SHOES Turner's UrMSe Iu Congres?, Button and Lace. "W. SLATEE do CO., Northwest Corner Main Street, Durham, N. c. taUiicgs Control hmiw ! In a practical way circum stances enable us to organize an Extraordinary Bargain Sale ! -wurCH Headquarters, lialeigh. Durham Olllce, H. .1. llrown, Ap-nt, ' Hotel Driver. Will be respected as an event without precedent in the history of Durham re tailing. Wise buyers will secure the plums without additional advertising coax- 4l5eeing Is Believing"." i ' t ; . t r mg. hmiimi Create Osncessions ! OUR BUSINESS Has outgrown our store room, but we have decided to keep our present store and add a new one. The contractors are waiting on us to make room for the workmen, and we must be ready soon. In order to ac complish this Ave have de cided to reward the public with wonderful price-concessions during this month. The Profits go straight off. Durham Supply Co. :MZa,i:n Street- D K. J. J. THAXTON, 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, Dronchitis, fckrrof ula. Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern don's. Ortjceover Jones' Jewelry Store. OlHce hours, t iock a. no., to 12 m., and from 2 p. m.. to 4 p. And a good ii.r,'f must be simple: vh n u is not sn.ij ic u :s pViv AUfcnot good. Simple, JUzuaful Gcoa iiu-sc vords mean much. 1 ut to " i r.e iv. Chester ;XTT5C will impress the truth more lorrihiy. All metal. VOli' toucrh and seamlesc, and n .id" in turfc Vi-crs ('hIv. ivv?Ti it is absolutely safe and unh--eah :'e. Like Ai ; : i i n"s of old, it is indeed a " vo:ider:i;l bmj . ' :" r us rnr ve'ous liiit is purer and br.'nitr :; li.iit. softer than electric iiuht and more c;u . : :"t;l :'. ei.iicr. Look for this stamp Tuk Kocukstki- l( t ' 1 i :'.. Rochester, aud the style vci .;al. :-;ii t .- i " -i and we will send von a 1.cnr .;:'! i- i . s.t varieties from the l-areit l.an.p i."- in the t. . : IlOC'lIK&Ti:! CO., 2 I -rli Mace, Net York CVi. ifEL "The RocSiester.'1 A FULL PURSE ! ' - s n X th erniilii . s : ' :-ir tM cu;s f It is a very satisfactory thiiiLC t n template. Those who .iu;ui1t money on poor oods jiihI had bargains have thin purses. QET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. This is the. season of the year that you need Fly Fan- and Fly Traps. Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and W rent- an cheapest tiling out. Our Lawn Mowers at 5.50, $0.00 and $iJ) aiv cxtn-nin low and thev make it a pleasure to cut tfia-. White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers Kt".. at l!-k Bottom Prices. CALL AND SEE lS AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOIffi UUItHAM, '. c. 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