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I'H-K DUBUAM DAIL.V GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20.
'ithc Ihirliam Sails 05lobe. Hy AL FAIKB KOTII KB. The Oix)BR is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at 16.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. Tub 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. (i lobe telephone. No. 50. ADVEKTI81NO RATES. Space for one week 6 cent? per i"ch issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter lOcents a line each insertion. IJusiness notices 3 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued 'intii ordered out. Address all communications to Til IS GLOltK, Durham. N. C. Thk Gr ohk is entered at the postolTic". Dur ham, N. ;.. as mail matter a the second class. DUUHA.M, N. C. WEDNESDAY, H'LY 2", 12 tiii: ;i,oi;i; rou isol 7 1 s3 f'y'm Will call thinga 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 frauds. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity ot the Xew South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men, I OK Plii:siDi:NT: Acaix we ask, is this h t e h f r V ll 'i Thkkk days until Christinas. There will be two Chrisimascs this year. It w i i.i. be but a short time until the Durham people w ill see the folly of their monkey work in allowing the tire traps to remain. A i.i. people should respond on the Hex ton fund, bemuse it w ill cost but little to each person, and it will do one man a world of good. Tin: candidates we are running for the presidency are all elegant gentlemen, and all should receive your votes or vote as the case may be. It w ill be but about twenty days un til some of the politicians will feel called upon to rustle. The time of year is here and that's poetry. Thk pension roll is growing bigger and the scamps who get the pensions fc r you are growing richer. The govern ment is grow ing poorer. Ioin Thk Gi.oue in securing money to send to Keeley a man who is chained to the chariot of rum, and who wants to be decent. All contributions will be duly acknowledged. Col. .1. I). Camioi n, of Lincoln, Ne braska, insists that we have bet but fifty dollars on Cleveland's election. It is a thousand, colonel, a cool, clammy, un conditional thousand. TtltN T1IKM DOWN. There is still some small talk about the force bilL It is all rot and utter foolish ness. The force bill is not in sight it is not in the way. It is a species of bloody shirt the style and kind of gar ment which old John Siierm an likes to wave. The force bill is a night -mare which makes no one weary. It is a spec tacular creation of Dana and other frauds. It makes thunder at the north and at the south. Who is afraid of such infamous business? No honest man. Those who have walked in grand and majestic columns to face the fire of can non and cared not for its awful roar they are not afraid of the force bill. The whole thing i3 a plot and a wicked scheme. The miserable old frauds like the Danas on the one hand and the more miserable politicians under the Hat on the other, yell about the force bill. The northern man swears by all the fabled gods of war that the nigger shall be pro tectedoh, yes my brudder must come in w hile the southern fellow swears that he will not be bull dozed. And the con sequence is that out of the force bill both sides get their red fire and their stuffed clubs and a campaign is started. Then they fry fat. They cook the money out of the rank and file they put it in their pocket and a force bill is not in sight. Great is the bloody shirt and a force bill to extort money from nervous peo ple w ho do not think. ALL liAD lil'SINKSS. The strikers at Homestead finally be come rioters instead of sawing wood, and the consequence is that a few of them are in jail and more will be. And it is by such means that organized labor hurts itself disgraces itself and makes people who like to see the poor defend themselves, very tired. No honest man has any sympathy for labor which will kill. If Carnegie at tempted to cut down wages, that was Cakneoie's business yet it was pool business. When he brought a crowd of armed mercenaries there to overawe and frighten the laborers, we think that he should have been arrested. But in the second thought, the question comes home why did not labor put on its coat, leave the mills and go and shoot the last 1'inkeutox dog to pieces? That would have been business, and while unlawful the country generally would have ap plauded it. But this thing of remainig around the works of inciting riots and defying the militia there was the time that labor got its black eye and did wrong. As usual the Homestead strikers fell down and so they will always fall down when they try to do those things which irresponsible and hot headed tramps suggest, Admiration easily turns to dis gust. Sweet milk gets sour, and ripe fruit decays. The iron was hot and there was an op portunity. And iron workers and all other men should have known when to st ike the final How. Till: I'KOPKi: CAPEK. The governor of New York has signed the bill which places woman on the same footing with man in the business world. It says that shemay make contracts sue and L3 sued and the fact that she is married cuts no figure. This is business and every state should adopt such a law. This thing of a crowd of men meeting as law makers saying that a woman has no legal rights ; that she is man's inferior is all moonshine on a shovel. We are opposed to woman fulfrage because we know that politics degrades nun but when it comes to woman's rights we are for the women every time, it is to be hoped that no narrow mind will see in woman's freedom anything wrong. It' our old woman wants to purchase something and give her note for it, we cannot see why she should not enjoy the same privilege we enjoy. The new law under discussion calls for this. The rot and rant about woman suffrage has held women down. If the women would let up on the vote business and simply de mand rights which would elevate them instead of degrading them then the men would hasten to their help The reports of correspondents of The Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin, issued by the North Carolina State Weather Ser vice, for the week ending Monday, July 18, 1802, show that more favorable condi tions have prevailed during the week; the temperature, however, was deficient on all but Friday and Saturday, when the sky was clear and the air very "warm, the temperature exceeding !H) degrees. These few days of fair weather were of great benefit to farmers aud caused consider able improvement in crops. The rain fall this week was about normal, except in the w estern district, where it was above the normal. Mu. Cleveland's ready letter writer seems to be in active operation. All people who desire it get a letter from him. Colonel Albuioiit will get a letter from him in a few days. But it will be because the colonel is postmaster. Now it is a matter for you to decide. The confederate soldier wants to go to Keeley aud if w e all say so, at a small expense to us, he can be cured. Come with your contribution, and we will tell you all about it. The anti-option bill slioul.l have teen passed years ago. It is wrong to allow scoundrels to steal in the name of busi ness. The only futures man should deal in are those which speak of hi everlast ing peace. SOME NEWSPAPER CLATTER. I)n. Kingsbury keeis up his pajreortwoon tbe Wilminirton Messenger and The Messenger is the ablest paper in tbe state. Cor.oNEr. Scott, of the Lenoir Topic, isaliout to address the State Press association. There are times when vigilance committees are to be excused. Joe Caldwell, of the Charlotte Observer, yesterday celebrated his !rtb birthday. Colo nel Caldwm.l was on the lioat when Mk. C. Coi.i'MBrs di -co ered America. Colonel Kobinsox, of the Asbeville Citizen, 6ays that he will join the press association if that elaborate body will meet in Asheville. Such an inducement will secure the business. Jim Cook's Concord Standard needs some nourishment. Jim left it, aud it is like a muz zled calf with the cow in the field. Unless he writes something for it pretty soon, this old man will cut him off the lit. The attempt of (I keek O. Andkews, citj editor of The News and Observer, to prove that his chief, Sam Ashe, wrote the declaration of indeiendence will not work. Mr. Andrews owes his readers an arology, and we hope it will be forthcoming. A gentleman named Bcuuank has pur chased the Twin-City Sentinel. It is said that he paid ten thousand dollars for it, but then the circulation manager perhaps put that idea in motion. The Globe welcomes Bchbank. and hopes he may meet with all that he hopes to meet with in the way of success. However, we have a bull dog named Success, and would caution t.im not to meet with such. Mk. Joseimius Daniels will soon commence the publication of a weekly newspaper which he will call the North Carolinian. Farmer Joe made a dismal failure out of The Chron icle, while. I kknto an is making it a good news paper. Farmer Joe will have a Hash press and a paster and cutter aud a special wire. Daniels in the newspaper business is like a wild bull in a china shop. He failed as a lawyer and as an editor. The Raleigh papers report a new morning paper for Durham. We need something like that here. The two evening papers might then make a fortune. We have only madetwo million since we started and a morning paper which would starve is sadly needed as a horri ble example. Morning paper or evening paper or noon paper The Globe will continue to head the procession. The more the merrier and we hasten to extend to the unknown pro prietors our best wishes. AT RANDOM. A new daily paper, 'Twill be a new caper And it will "come to stay I" Hut the question that's tulf. Will it get enough Of the scads to make it pay '; Colonel Jim Socthgate tells us to say in the allmm of song that he is not a candidate for governor on the democratic ticket. Just a week ago to-morrow Colonel Joe Baldwin turned out his Chin Whiskers, and he says that he can see them by using a micro scope. Ho needs lots of scope for Them. Colonel Postley says that he soon pro poses to buy a pet bear. These are the days when, if men earn any thing, they do it by the sweat of their brow. Colonel Professor Sheite will soon write a new campaign song which will start off as follows : Oh G rover, oh G ROVER, So big all over Fating a Christmas pie I don't give a damn For a plum or a yam But see what a big boy am I. It is only eighty years ago that this old man first saw the light of day. Peo ple tell us that we look much younger. But. the truth is we are not We traveled with a circus forty years as the wild man from JJornto and that of course makes us look a little younger than we really are. LOOK AT THIS. A h int; Chance to Get a Home at Low and leuoii;tlle Prices. The Trinity Land company who, it will be remembered, bought the T. 15.. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid olT 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 company to build up a nice communis 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. 15. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. Some Foolish People, Allow a cough to run until it ge-.s beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh.it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they he in duced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, w hich is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they w ould im mediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price ."0c and $1.00. Trial size free. At all druggists. The need of a perfectly safe and reli able remedy for the peculiar diseases of summer is universal. As a remedy for the household, office or the farm, on ship board, and for travelers by sea and land, Winkelmann's Diarrhua and Cholera Remedy has proved its inestimable worth in the prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, cholera morbus, diarrha-a, cramps, etc. .Service able under all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price 2o cents at all drugirists. W illie TitlbrooTc S Ml Of ON TOP OF THE HEAP o MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' FINE SPRING- CLOTHING! o OUR LINES THIS SPRING OUTDO ANY THING WE'VE EVER SHOWN. -o- v I fi lilUI UUK ; QTTTT?TS T plain. ,.--.M. .. Pa., had a Scrofula bunch under ; --"X A O NEGLIGEE. i?i h I'm; physiuau lanced and then it ; ; iu;! ii;i sore, and was followed by ' .-. .Mrs. Tiil'.roitk Lave him ! In a Large j . Variety of Pattern. O.XrvXS ! Hood's Sarsaparilla j STIFFS ! A FULL LINE, AS WELL AS KELT AND CKl'SHEUS. STIFFS i I :;;. he hee.iuie perfectly well t :. iivc ly. m'.'U-t t oy. Other parent! M:riVi' from impure blood !; :!! ! y t!.:s example. HOOD 6 PILLS II.titual Constipation by re.t-r:n i.vrisVtU'e :-r:o-uf the ullmeutary cauaL Neckwear The Neatest Ever Shown! ! Turner's Hand Sewed IIP 3HOI23 Turner's llai.ds,'u,, In Congress, lluttou and Lace. Through Trans; W- SLATEE dz CO.. Northwest CiU'iier Main Street, Durham, X. C. 1'HOM EIMt, ST. IK MO P1IA -TO Kansas City, St. Joseph, l EN VI R, ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS; l'ulhnan Palace Sleeping Cars! Free Heclininir Clifiir Cars! ONLY One Change of (Jars to the. Pacific Coast. THE BKST LINK KOK IbTe"bra-sl:a,, Colorado, THK 15 LACK HILLS, AM) ALL. POINTS Headquarters, Raleiuh. Durham Olliee, H. .1. P.rown, Ap hi. Hotel Driver. -'Seeing Is c.rrw. " An, a good ...-.'' OTj NORTH A. C. DAWKS, G. P. & T. A , St. Louis, 3Io. A N I WEST. II. K. TODD. Gen. Afront, Nashville, Tcnn. i?i " 1 "i ll im :iet5tfi1gMi;'Jl ii SPECIAL RUN No. 19. GREATEST VALUE OX EAItTII. Tyler Fa morn Antique Oals Roll Cur tain lleik complstc, nee special circular. No. 4004,3 ft. 6 in. long, net $16.00 No. 4009. 4 ft. 6 in. " " $21 00 No. 4010, 5 ft. loner, - - " 823.00 Also see new'lSO page catalogue for 1892. Creatcut of about 40 percentfrom former list. BOOKS FREE, postage lOc. Snipped from St. Louis, Ho., or Indianapolis, Ind. .V.K COUNTERS A SPECIALTY. We refer to every Bank In Thirty States. TYLER DESK CO., St. Louis, Mo if You Kavo Gno of tho Fonowing HEART SYMPTCrr.S, LOCK OUT! SKff ccutniiTUE Is a Bafo and rc!! bl remedy for Paloitition cf tbe Heart, Paiaij 2ii.e, Asthma. Sh07t2re&tJ SMEART Ilutiir:a, JJronfj Oppression, V"iaa ia P1rtvTr,rra NWf till tion in Threat. Unca' saucn in theit tm-iamrg f Tr..v tc Get DR. KILLS' BC02, !Tew and Startling tacts, ' Jiea at Ertj:t Ereryirhere. or address, iR. MILES r.'EDIf.L CO., Elkhart, Ind. trinity" college. The next seion opens Septeruler 1. lb'.l, at Durham in the new buildings on Trinity l'ark. t.cven departments of instruction. A superior fat uity. .New latoratories, libraries and mu seum. Finest dormitories in the state. Ex penses reasonably low. All courses open to local patronaje. Catalogues may le had at (Jattis fxok store, or by applj-inr to the pres ident. For rooms apply to VJIl.l 1 . " 1.1. Ll, 111 ords mean much, but t s-.o " I i.e. Rochester " 'yW. 'v -n : i . l.:.. All .,..t,1 Vvfev -rW jf will imprCisS me ll ui:i i: ' um . ..m iiiilh. viv-. .jr i it is absolutely safe and U7:brt-ai:u!c. Like A! Trim's o! old, it is inaeetl a "v;:uk-n;M -.m?'. ; r :r, v.:r velous liHt is purer an 1 hnrhtr ' v . Ii.iit. 'WlSfc-i softer than electric Ii;.-.; ar c! u.mc c i. :i eni.fr. Roc-heter. ami the at vie v.i -. -:t - v.l to i.. t i: w ul .-ir.itcdc Wk -AyaCana we will send you a y l,v c ;r th r. ol over ,wv f' t rL varieties from the fin;r!( ! c- r t" in lie h ':. jMsJ KOCallfiSTMSl I.A1L CO., 12 Vaili Place, .New York 11. Mk, "The Rochester.'1 A FULL PURSE! -o- It is a very satisfactory tiling t template. 'J'hose who siuandT money on poor oods anl had baiains liave thin purses. GET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. This is the. season of th- year that 30:1 ner 1 I'iy I'-n and Fly Traps. Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and fjO n-iit an-tl cheapest thing out. Our Lawn .Mowers at .".:(), S;.0) and S(J..V) an- rxtini.. !) low and thev make it a pleasure to cut gra--. White .Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc, at K' k IJottom Prices. GALL AND SEE LS AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOItR "T iTi'A.t - oon lrf trmlil1 will. oAn.-iino. lion or piles ii ihey take Mmmons Liver Henulator. 1 ' jac-fw 3iHfcli6i;f iLrM:'MiM r; . J , . . .7. h jfn u r jr 1 1 J I'll --ib"'-'- - ... Noboly will feufTer with liver or kidney j disease if ihey take Simmons Liver Regu lator. What folly ! To le without Iieecbam's Tilli. V?c deal with all parts of the Country. Send your orders to 44 The Globe us direct tT, L. HILL PRINTING CO., RICHMOND, Vd or tc