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VlLK UUAttlAM DAlLtY GLUiiE, MONDAY, AUGUST 15
he Birham gaili) (Blobe. By AL FAIKI1KOT11E1L T lis Globe is published every day (Sundaj excepted) and deiivered hy carrier at 6.00 a year, or 50 cent a month- Tns Globs circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe 1b a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and la sent by mail at f l-V) a year In advance. Office Come.- Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 50. ADVEKTIiiING RATEd. tijace for one week 6 cc nts per Inch per laeue. when over 5 Inches are taken. !pHe per month, f- per inch. Iu-Hding matter lOeents a line each Insertion. IfusincHS notices 5 cent per line each Insertion. All advertisements and notices continued ji:til ordered out. ddrefrj all eommuni'.'ations to THK OUJIiK, Durham, N. C. KUT WE WOULD! The New York Advertiser for Har rison, as is its right, and The Globe for Cleveland, as we see fit, do not agree on the pension question. Summed up briefly Tue Globe says That Bummers, Murderers, Incendiaries, Libertines, Thiees, And men who Recklessly JUvifdied And plundered revived, he would have suffered no ad ditional pang. Ills report was that the sensation of dying physically pleasura ble, a relief and a luxury; and all of the physical pain and mortal distress that attended his remarkable experience were the sensations that accompanied the straggle back to life Such cases confirm the evidence al ready accumulated that the actual crip of death is a friendly, kindly clasp, that the pains of death are like the pleasures of life, greatest in the anticipation, and however severe the struggle may seem to an onlooker, dying is as painless, be cause as natural, as falling asleep. Tiik (', mhk is eriteied at the !ostoflice. I fur- hum. N. C. as mail matter as tin- second elsiss. IHJKHA31, N. C. MONDAY. AHU'ST 1.",, 1892 Tin: ;loiji: for HOW DOES THIS SLIT? It is reported that a Missourian resid ing near the Missouri river, finding that the stream was about to quit its channel Are to day on the pension roll, and and inundate the bottoms, determined to the republican party, through remove with his family to higher ground. His entire lands were enclosed with a wire fence on which there were 102,400 barbs and before removing with his IIauuison And the Peterson' Mag-iiine for September Is a star number from beginning toend. It is beautifully and copiously illustrated and the literary portion cannot be too highly praised. "Miss Calline," by Robert C. V. Meyers, is a story that would make a reputation for this rapidly rising young author "Mr. Englehardl's Ne phew,' by William IJilbo, and "A Sum mer Fallow," by Lois Pease, are a couple of tales as unlike as they are good. "Un der the Hose," by Miss Kent, is the first instalment of a novelet which promises to be admirable. "The Court of Monte negro," "Home Decoration," "A Sea Change " and "Xeath Orchard Boughs," are all illustrated in a way which makes the different stories, articles and poems very attractive, and each and all deserve high praise. The fashion and household depanments are thoroughly practical; for these Peterson has always been no ticeable. In its literary features the ma gazine has during the past few years been "forging ahead" rapidly. It ranks among its contributors numbers of the best and A CHANCE FOR ALL! J. L. COLE'S RACKET STOKE Is given up by merchants and all as the sivate for real, honest bargains in Shoes anilHj,. in the Old North State. hat hhio, family from the threatened inundation. .i .i t. - ' uium l'u p'uar auiuuis ui iuc uay. li is Attempt to explain wn me sno.im ne auacneu to eacu or meae oaros a small cvident tLat the literary and artistic ele MtLC Ui Iutrt, a uu ment is becoming more and more impor- hook, and then retired from his home to (ant in the publisLcrs eyes. We predict a saier roeamy. i lie iioou came ana uis that ,t wH1 not be ong before pelcrjSOn lands were under water for t Aenty-six develop into a purely literary pe- riodical, and it will be certain to prove a A i - '- J -S T- granted. The whole business Is Theft And pillage Pure and Simple. We wish to Goi that there had been enough democrats in congress to have slapped the Lousy I'eggars Of the North in their Dirty faces. This would have served them right They received pay for their red handed and wicked work they should now sub side. IS DEATH'S A KINDLY CLASP? hours. When the waters subsided and i, ... . l l. i, r l . i . I ue iciuiucu iu uu.ue, uc i.muu uiai firHt , Terms. a vear: for every barb excepting three had hanging -.x mnnt,. A(,(!rps!l Pp,prSftn., vr. ... - -..v.www . ...vru..- ... u. to it a hsh averaging to weigh ten pounds zint, phila(k.iDlli. P, eacn, o inai me loiai weigui or mis gi gantic haul was 1,023,070 pounds of fish, which he immediately placed in the market" of the neighboring towns. 31 ICS. ASHE'S DEATH. Died, in this city, Saturday afternoon. August 13, 1802, Hannah Emerson Ashe, wife of Samuel A. AsnE and only child of William II. Willakd, Eso.., in the 12d year of her age. Fearless Denunciation. Norfolk (Va.) Landmark. The editor of TnK Durham Gloiie, who is a western man, is writing some vigorous articles against the pension frauds and the pension humbug which is supported and perpetuated by our gov ernment, or ratner by our political par ties, neither of which has the courage to Thus has been cut short a life of unvary ing love and affection and of unremitting attack it in real earnest. This western tenderness and devotion. bred editor is to be commended for his ' The funeral services will be held from fi. i tr i i i Christ church Sunday afternoon at 3:30 fn.k' 8V'htforward' fearlt'S9 denun' o'clock. The friends of the familv are nation ot tne worst system of corruption A narration from personal experience requested to attend. News and Observer, that has ever been known in this govern- of how it feels to die, says the .New ork The above, to the friends of Captain ment. Sun is an interesting addition to the lit- Ashe, will be sad news because Mrs. tie we know on a matter of preeminent Ashe was a most devoted christian wo- interest Teonle who have sullered man. and a ladv of mv rrraces. She was Eadies' Stainless Mack Hose ., 8, In, 1G and 19 cents. Dr. Strong's Health Corsets. Towels. Fancy liox Paper, Note Paper and En velopes. Ribbons and Laces in all colors and at prices to positively suit all customers. Handkerchiefs mourning and all col ors; hemstitched, good value, . and 7 cents, worth twice the money. Leather IJelts 0 to 18 cents. r.t t Rush right along with a pocket full of nin,.v will greatly surprise vou. White 0,o,U. plain , 12i cents per yard. Calico and Oinghan, for the very bet. P.lack Silk Mitt in u. Corset Stays. Hrass 1 Down 5 cents ear'i Fruit of the Loom , (.lAroii m-;ii .i: - ' r i Ujbngeveroredbef1(rein! J. L COLE'S N. N. Y. R.S, Underbuyer and Undcrsellcr of All. I!evarted at Lust. Greensboro Record. Tf J cn!rt lhr rvr.n ?a m?rlttnr tlian llio what virtually was death by drowning, indeed the help meet of the captain, and Lwnr(, cnvfn trM, -ri i,. the in this crreat crief the svmnathv of manv m , . , . , , , , J i he ULuiiAM viLOBE mates me at one stroke of the pen, what I vainly fought, have described the sensations of struggle and the surrender ; and a few friends will be extended. The Globe who have been hanged into insensibility, lays its sympathy in the desolated home have come back to life to tell how it feels j and assures Captain Ashe that its pro to die. A European scientist, too, has found regrets are tendered him in this lately collected much evidence about the j dark hour , f4 . I If Mars does not get out of the way no colonels to be manufactured outside . . . pretty soon, and allow us to have someT of Georgia. So says Doughty, the shoe ,. . .. ...J . . . decent weather, we shall have tne city man bled and nearly died four years to attain. I am rather surprised also, when I re member the IJillville Banner has exclu sive control of this business, allowing Will call thing: by their real names and name them properly. It uararitoes to advertisers more than double -the combined cireula t ion of all other papers. It will continue to tell the truth that the passing from life to death is .f ... , t . . , ' f. , , professor, with squirt, put water on him. painless, peaceful, and usuallav pleas-. . e are not airaid ot the gou ot war, at this distance. painless, peaceful, and usuallar pleas urable. Tho return to consciousness is usually the reverse of these conditions, being often exceedingly painful, a fact which might be taken by the pessimistic as an indication that it is better to die than to live An interesting case of a man who has and jork the ma?k oh" of pior.s and come back from death to life is that of pretending fraud?. -Michael Jlume, who, some weeks ago, .., was twice strung up to a beam by a rope It will not waver in its li-ht lor arouml his neck bv a mob of lvnchers the development and prosperity ol I near Fresno, California. Ulume was in in the contribution box yesterday will eaii and thp. Vo v Sn11. t.(1 it l-a il,n .t Knnr n,t i,..M wfnr,lllJ "lvertiswnent.no quctavlli - " I 1 H rfl Hill. AT KANDOM. Then sijjh no more, my laly, I'ray sigh no more for me I'll take a whirl to Keeley And choke off every spree. And he did so, and the lady She quit Grieving1. If the gentleman who dropped a poker chip Some Foolish People, Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often 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 $1.00. Trial size free. At all druggists. Headquarters, Raleigh. Durham Olliee, II. .1. I5i wi:. AgeM. Hotel Driver. "Seeing Is film. 3 must be simple; not cood. SiWf. A ;.' I a reed . . ords mean much, t ui to sc v;h r. it is not sun: : i: :s r:;,iv. All metal. Vty&',fo 1 will impress the truth n ote i tough and seamless, and nutit? i i tur.e fit ct-s t.rily. v-!?: it is absolutely safe and unbreahu ' L L ac Ala iui;.'i x$'y ot oia. It is inneeu a "winner:;.! i.i velous light is purer ar i brighter softer than electric liirht and more Look for this stamp T h.-. Jo in ?.t y : Rohettr. aud the style yon w.i.::. -,!j i and we wilt send you a l.i:::t -.,i- . i.v varieties from the Iis:eit I iup in .. r us r.:ir L'ls h J t. :! r ::i c: i.er. iii. w'. c.t ltOCIIIiSTi:it A?h, ).. 1 : l ark M.-..-, n l'orh fUr. patronage of all honest men. Kin ri:i:n;i:s- ot being implicated in a murder. Feel- ;,, oo.-of .-u. "K- Johnson sold Jok IIaldwix a kesr of a muu oi people iook mm irom tne poorly he must not eat it on the Premises. . .: ''-i' .:-.vri:-. V . j guarded jail and endeavored to extort a confession from him. His hands were tied, he was made to stand on a .barrel, and a rope was passed over a convenient bi am and lastened in a noose around his neck, lie declared he had nothing to confess, and after some parley the barrel 'The premises be damned," said Joe, "I am starving and no sidewalklcss municipality can head me off." So He did Eat the Taint. The Old Man was asked hy a young- lady Saturday why it was that he called himself tl Old Man, when but thirty-one summers with their glories and but thirty winters with their snowy sleets and bitter frosts had tangled their . '. ill mm W0 lika dream. I seemed to lie floating away faster and faster, and lighter and tighter, until I passed into nothingness. I did not know when I was lot down. I re- turtied to consciousness as gradually and as pun!ess)y as I had passed away. It was like a visu n. very strange and wonderful, and grad ually I thought I was returning from some place, t did not know where, and by some means, I knew not what. The first thing I re-im-niU-r was seeing the eyes f the men who were standing around me. I saw nothing but their eyes at tirst ; but gradually J could see th.'ir forms, and knew that they were men; H.nu tlie hotel is about done soar as ,"lt tin il -i,i"t like some dream. At last I .1. . . . I - . a hnocKCd nom under Lun, and at the hands in his hair, Jeanxette. And tbo Old same time he was jerked up toward the JIil" 8ai(1: My friends I am not old in ) ears h:iin lv the lvmdwr llin ,n ,1,. r.. aa,J 1 not nM 5n s,n- t have lived- niain im i Mb. ueseriuea nis things. Children whom I knew, only yester- Si'D-atlons at the end ot the rone : dav. it seems, are married and li!jv r-hil.rfn I e.xpccte.1 to die. Thev rushed mo ( tl and W 'in alut their doors ; laces upon which I I felt my neck crack. Then I heard a harsh. 100Ktn an" Ca" never look again are rotting. grating found, which I nowkuppose was caused I r ! ,I,r roiling in me grave ana tne worms by the to-,.,, bumr drawn over the bf-am ns tho hold thcir niidnight orgies there-voices. nu n xv ere hauling me ui. Consciousness was sweeter than all ele in the world to me have of very short duration. There was no i.ain n'on "nea iorever ana lorever ; eyes which after my neck cracked. I s.-emi-d to l. su-im- su,JWd the innocence and purity of tuose who i ming in air that was intensely dark, but I I"kp'1 through those happy windows-they thought 1 wA.siiis.nr o ran-iiiar i,i:...n if . oo are closed inueath and ne er again will look 4 Tit ii iiw r.xiuwLvii A FULL PURSE! o- Coi . K V.. Cakk who was in ti wn Saturday, sas that hi Fifth party is just about r,-:(l to bo spmnij upon the pvopV. i'oi.onki. Kor.miT was (burn of the May last year, and he knows what he is talking about Ti:': bank building U tin rushed Trinity is al a ouatter of a frame work is conoerim most re-(' to open with million of dollars invested in buildings niiMU-rt lis private resiliences are going up, and t!:c graded ndiool is completed rind thus st. biiin along Purham does and what are vou going to do about it? HeMer buy a lot and Ki-.ki.KY was rtccntl) in sai.i in a public meeting: We'd tell you build a heme. V,UK !i; New York ho iiiue io myscii, ana was able to get upon my f- t. The n had leen lixxt'iini. Another attempt was made to extort a confession, but the dazed and half-dead man declared he had nothing to confess, and after a few minutes spent in this way the lvnchers again stood IIlcmk on the barrel and again hauled him up: I think I did not drop to far as before. At any rate my exj-erience was not pi it c trie same. I was conscious of a painful and somewhat long struggle. Hut as I grew weak and ex hausted 1 quit struggling and experienced the I .. . I . . . . -. . r . . r . I ..ue ior.u lor tne purpose of I annol enjoyat.ie sensations. I issed breaking d.wn mv remedies snd their lvtml'f1' ito nothingness. My return to the i lfct that they contain Cer use, to tan rp.!-t:uiiic. of atropine and strychnine, vhich are l oth inimical to nunta! and p-i ;l hcaltii Now, I declare most emphatically that there is neither atro pine n r strychnine in my remedies ; and fut tin-, 1 ay thnt if three reputable ehemi-ts, whos-e ho?;tstv cannot consciousness was aUut the same a t-fore ecept that an acute eenso of distrej-s was as sociated with my other feelings of dimly see ing and hearing things. We ourselves have heard similar testi mony from a gentleman of intelligence and education, who practically experi enced the sensations that attend diso!u- be lion, lie had been sick with a fevr questioned, will ii.tet and analyze my and to all appearances die,!. !l,ihm, .(,i' remedies for either of ihee poisons and ' he was dyin-, and his friends thought ire was dead. If Le had really passed into death instead of into the corpse like trance from which he ubeiucntlv tind iLim, making their affidavit to that tlTect, I will make my formula known to the world. upon the happiness or the sorrow of this world : hands once willing to do for me and which did, oh, so much, they are idle, too, and they are in the narrow prison house where cold clods fell umu the coffin lid. Gone, gone are they, whose music made so much of my gladness in the world gone, gone licyond the recall of hope and time and love and yet you ask, whv am I the Old Man lecause. un friend, I propose to live in theold days in the days when this fraud was real. And the woman did eat an onion and Did Cry. We an- reliably informed that Comi.vki, Ciiaki-ey PosTLtv will s oj take the stump for (.EXtUAt. W'ravEn. the third party t-an- didite. liut when he fakes the stump he will pe!t Weave.: over the head with it. Mr. Chas. X. llaucr Of Frederick, M l., suffered terribly for oyer ten years with abscesses and running sores on his left leg. He va3ted away, grew weak and thin, and was obliged to use a cane and crutch. K very thing which could be thought of was dona wilhuutgood result, until he began taking Hood's Sarsapafilla which effected a p lffct cure. Mr. Hauer Is nw tn the l-est oi hi-:s;r.h. run particulars of his case will lie s---it v ho address C. 1. Jb' i Co., Lowell, Mass. HOOD'S PiLLS arotl,-:, -5t after dinner P1U, auit digestion, cure e;i Uche and Ll'iousnen. RAILWAY TIME CARD. It is a very satisfactory tiling t" nui template. Those Miuainlcr money on poor mm1s ;ml had bargains have tliin purses. GET THE WORTH OF YOUR HOKSY. -o- Tbi s is the in Arrives Durham. 7 . a m 1 05 a m y -JO p m 12 24 p m 7 17 p in 12 24 p tn 717 p ra A rri ves Durham. K. & D. It. It. I Leaves Deiot,foot Corcoran St. Durham. 7 57 a m Ve, but We Would! ?N"ew York Morning Advertiser. Tilt: Diriiam (X. C ) Gloiie i a free, outspoken, bold representative of Southern sentiment. The article which we reproduce from its columns on this page to-day contain most atrocious charges against the men of the North who fought for the preservation of the union. The denunciation of the gov ernment's pensioners and the whole pen- 9 25am 5 40 p m l'asenger for CI reens. Passenger lor (Jolds. Passenger from Raleigh Pasenger for Italeigh Express for Golds boro Express lor Greensboro Passeuger for elma Passenger for Greens. or&cn. is. Depot, foot Corcoran :t. Express for liichmoud j Express from Hlcbmond h t. and l' ass. lor men. Ft. and Pas. from Rich 1 Uo a m 9 30 a m ;rpm 1 Uj a m 7 57 a m Leaves Durham. 30am 7 -s a m season of the year that you and r ly 1 raps. Those Wire Window Sereens at 40 and cmt-aiv the (dieapest tiling out. Our Lawn Mowers at S5.50, .sUM and arc cxtinuely low and thev make it a pleasure to cut rra. White Mountain Freezers, Water Conin e Ktc at li Bottom Prices. CALL AND SEE I S AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOKE. PLACE YOUR ORDERS Arrives Durham. i. & N. II. IC. Depot, foot Corcoran St. 4 30 p m 9 a m Arrive Durham. lTTo a m 6 45 p m Mail and Express Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger Leaves Durham. J035 a m 530pm j FOK- III VISION Freight Aeiit'- of no: ( )tii ir IE CD EC I Norfolk and Western Railroad ESTIMATES FURNISHED Xnw Open for l!uin- L. & It. It. 1C. Defyt. foot Dillard St. Mail from Ljnchbnrg Ft. and Pas.from L t Lea ve Durham. ; 2 .V p m 7 iMa m IIOI'IK l OK CI-OSINO MAIIX AT Ill'H- ii a M rosTornci- Gol.ltoro and Grcentioro express train No. 14 Mon system it little short of infamou Ill-South and v, -t at 7:J a. m. I, ,,,.,, . ., , ... ,.. . " : Keysville and ltalHh IL P.O. train So. 14 it mav be said tLat thi editor in North I F..r inrh.-m and itaienrhat ftra- m. Carolina would no: write in this strain ATalld if not sustained hy the people in his iec- GoMlro and Greenbro U. P. O. E. tnln t?nn T .r.st No. pv-Lat and South-X.CS.C. and Fia. Hon. The article w hich we reprint at i. 15 p. m. should be copied into eyery-TIarrison 2 igSnhSZ wt JJ1" a ,fBin No newspaper in the great North. It should " Goidbon an 1 Grwnuro iL P. O. W. train v , . , . No. S North. outh and Wet at 7:15 p. ta. be read in every Grand Army Post in the KeVvii" and Kalelgb IL P. o. train No. is land. It should be nosted at everv -ross North and West at JUJ p. m. euouui ot posita at even cross- ,j0dsuro and GnsrcVro exprts train No. roads and iu every blacksmith shop. It 12-Kaleighat iMp. m. is indicative of W hat we may look for Hoar of Collection from Street Letter when the South once ets fairly into the e. e.i,ii General- a. m.. UtS) a. m. and J p. m. ?an,lie' Iluitne 6ssction-::W p. ns. My Brick are the Best Made in this State, I Guarantee Them to Give j Entire Satisfaction. j R. B. FITZGERALD, DUKHAM, N. C. LOCKIIAKTS nFFH'K, Where Katt-s aii'l A" ,n formation I Vi taini" TO Trallk- It-I.aitin.nt WILL IJE Cla-erfally I'""ii-h,,,i- R. c, STAiyrAHD' i. r. a.