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rillfi DUMUlM DAIL.Y SATUKOAY, SEPTEMBER 3.
ihe lurham Itoilti lobe. B AL KAIKBROTHKK. The Globe 18 published every day (Sunday excepted) and dolirreJ by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 60 cents a laoutU. The Olobk circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Gf.OBE ia a large eight-page piper, containing all the news, and is sent by m.iil at f 1.50 a year ia advance. Office Corner Main and Charch streeta. '1l)8E telephone. No. 50. AHVF.KTIS1NO KATE8. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per isaue. when over 5 inches are taken. rpace per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion Ilusiuess notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisement and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to TIIK CJL4IIIK, Durham, '. C. Tub Gr,OBK is enteied at the post office. Dur ham. N. C. as mail matter as the second class. I UK HAM, N. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1392 tiii: ;loisi: for isoti Will call things by their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion ol all other papers. It will continue to tell the truth and jerl the ma.-k oil' of pious and pretending frauds. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. i-'oif fki:sidi:nt : 'mm V t Aih.ai, (InoNKii's second will be here on the HUIi. Five hundred and eighty mounted dim x-r.-its will receive him, a thousand tar torches will shed their ra diance, and the third party will be cap tured. Tiik Tobacco Plant, which should have appeared Thursday if material had come according to contract, is mailed to day with thirteen p:igcs of advertising ami lots of wholesome reading for to morrow, and other days Tin; pension fraud advocates continue to pour their vituperations upon us. It would be more manly and more to the purpose it they could disprove our charges. K now fng they cannot do this, they make no attempt at it. Tiik future of the South, rich in all the elements of true greatness, is assured by the brightest outlook of business and so cial illumination. Nothing can retard its high destiny save a strange fatuity of her people to run after new (Jons and wor ship African images THE OLD WOMAN AS AN ACT CRITIC. An imposing monnment to Max Schneckenbnrg, the poet who has ob tained lasting historical renown by a single song, "Die Wacht Am Rhein," was unveiled last week at Tuttlingen, in Wnrtemberg. He was born in 1819 at the neighboring village of Thalheira, but as this was too insignificant a place for the monument, where few woujd bee it, it was setup in the town of Tuttlingen, where the young poet went to school, and whither his corpse was translated from Basydorf, in Switzer land, about teven years ago. Several high dignitaries of the king dom of Wurtemberg and the grand duchy of Baden were present ik the ceremonies. Congratulatory telegrams were sent by the Emperor Wilhelm, the king, the grand duke and Prince Bis mark. The literary Grand Duke of Weimar delivered over the monument to the care and char of the burgomas ter and common council of Tuttlingen. But the most striking episode in the proceedings was an impromptu speech made by an old woman. After staring hard' at the mother "Germania," whom she took to be a representation of the poet, she shouted out at the top of her voice: "Do you call that Max Sclmeck enburg? I rememler him right well; he did not look in the least like that!" Stuttgart Tagblatt. Reuben cuts the above from one of his valued exchanges and says that he wants it understood that the old woman who said the truth who knew what she was talking about, was a better critic than these artistic ones who talk about something they know nothing about. Reui'.ex says that a critic is a chump, and that they are the ones who have failed. He also says that about nine tenths of all the statues of celebrated people look no more like the originals than sixteen pounds of putty struck with a club looks like the giri he used to love. And in this broad and comprehensive thought, Reuben is about right. TIIK OLD ROMAN CIRCUS. The department of Greek and Roman antiquities at the Briti.sh Museum has lately acquired a curions relic of Roman civic life, this being a circus placard found at Porto Portese (Lanuvium). It is a thin oblong slab of stone about three feet long, the upper corners of which are pierced with holes for cords to pass through, so that it might be hung outside the theater and warn those who came late that there was no room tor them witnin tlie building. Ims ap pears by the inscription in Latin: "Cir cus full! Immense applause! Door shut!" From the same city the department has obtained two acceptable life size marble busts, the one being a portrait bust of Titus, interesting because of its intense character and verisimilitude ad the comparative rareness of such busts of the emperor; the other is the likeness of a Roman gentleman, as yet, though full of expression, unidentified. These works are the gift of Lord Savile, and were discovered during his excavations at Porto Portese. Baltimore American. Trr us and a Roman gentleman! Think of that, ye scoffers ! ye who be lieve that a circus is immoral. Imagine old Tite doing the double sommersault act, and the gentleman of Rome trying to ride three horses at the same time. Imagine old Colonel Romulus acting the clown and turning over and over, and see Colonel Remus in the Hying trapese. Gentlemen, we tell you all that there were no days like the old days the days w hen Tite did the show act. IT WAS AN ACCIDENT. The piece of gingerbread that was 7 TIIK FIRST PIANO. The original first piano made by the latn Jonas Chickering, of Boston, founder of the piano industry in the United States, has just been recovered by his son, (J! torgo II. Chickering, and is to be kept by the latter gentleman as a his toric memento. The original bill of sale was made out to James H. Bimr- j ham. and the date, June 2.5, 1S23, marks the tii:; of the lirst sale made of a new piano at the factory, then consisting of two rooms on Tremont street, next to King's chapel graveyard, in a small building located where the probate court building now is. Mr. Bingham was a friend of Jonas Chickering, and he lwught the piano for a Miss Thankful C. Hutchinson, at Al- stead, N. II.. whence it was shipped. Mr. Bingham was engaged to be mar ried to Miss Hutchinson and subse quently did marry her. The piano sold or $:2?r. Twice afterward the piano was sold, always remaining, however, in Alstead. Boston Journal. And since that dreary day the neigh )or's daughter just over the way has tilled the world with woe. Mn. Chick euino should have been suppressed, and were he alive today and attempt, with the knowledge of his deviltry known to a peaceful community, to introduce such a machine, he would doubtless be killed on sight. There was some excuse for ihe calli ope it made a horrible nc ise and every one knew it. But there was no excuse for the piano, "unless it was licensed. It is against the law to shoot on Sunday, but how many, pray tell us, more wildly disturb the peace by attempt ing to play upon the piano When this uncouth bastard called the Third Party was tirst born, no organized thrown at Mr. Gladstone recently, dam aging Ids eye and causing a vast amount j of indignation, has been bought for a considerable sum by an enthusiastic ad mirer of the Grand Old Man. The gin gerbread is what is known as a "nut a rounded cracker the size of a quarter. The proud possessor will have it mounted in gold and gems. It has been discov ered, by the way, that the woman who threw it is a very warm admirer of Mr. Gladstone. She titnply threw it in a frenzy of enthusiasm, and was very much terrified by the result. London Leer. And yet the world is mad. What dif ference i? there between that precious piece of ginger bread and any other piece of ginger-bread ? Why not go and dig up the ground where Gladstone has walked ? Why not buy the railway car riages in which he has ridden ? Its all tomfoohry idiocy in the super ative. It is all right enough to admire a man with such wonderful genias as Glad stone possesses, but this idea of going crazy over a chunk of ginger-bread sim ply because it struck the old gentleman la the eye is bosh. ithin two years there will be a half hundred pieces of that ginger-bread which struck Glad stone for sale at different shops in En gland. In this same line we find the follow ing in the New York Times : Hundreds of the Christian Endeavor maidens visited Wall street while their convention was being held. They ap peared thei:e in a bewildering variety of colors in pink, lavender, green, blue. scarlet and white. They crowded into the galleries of the exchanges, peered into the hallwa3s of the big office build ings and wandered through Trinity churchyard. Of course not one of them missed the gratification of standing on the slab of brownstone which lies in the pedestal of the "Washington statue iii front of the subtreasury building, This slab is suj)posed to be the identical piece of stone upon which George Wash ington stood when he first took the oath of office as president of the United States. It is one of the "sights" of Wall street, and no woman ever leaves it without touching it with her foot, so that she may be able to say that she has stood where Washington once stood. The venerable little man who sells newspa pers on the corner says that he has kept watch of that brown slab ever since the statue was erected, and he is willing to make an affidavit that not one woman out of a hundred wdio visits tiie spot goes away without standing on the historic stone. A Raging Storm ! CONSISTING OF MANY WONDERS ! -o- Priccs have been apitnteil until it i.-s decided by merchant? and all tha J. L. Cote i away down below any agitation of the question. See how they 0 down letaw zero. And the stone is only said to be a place where Washington stood, women and sentimental male fools go mad over the great thought of merely touching it with their feet. It reminds of us IIakutson's grandfather's hat. "Coming events cast their shadows before them," and the nomination by the third party of defaulters and seducers of females,for offices of honor and trust.has sounded its death knell. Common de cency cannot support such reprobates. New Southern Industries. In the list of new southern enterprises mentioned in The Manufacturers' Record in its issue of September 2, are the fol lowing important items: A $lo,000 wood-working company at Kenova, W. Va.; a .$200,000 fuel gass company at Henderson, Ky ; a 14,000 surgical in strument company at Baltimore, Md.; a $100,000 woodenware company at Gal veston, Tex ; a $2.,000 coal mining com pany at Middlesboro, Ky ; a $.0,000 tobacco shape manufacturing company at Danville, Va.; a $50,000 real estate company at Arkansas City, Ark.; a $10-' 000 lumber manufacturing company at Fredericksburg, Va ; a $200,000 mining company at Glanys, Tex.; a $10,000 mill ing company at Newport, Ark ; a $2,- 500,000 salt, soda, ash, etc , manufactur- inr comnanv at Saltviile. Va a 5.1.000 w w --" water supply comp :uy at Corpus Christi, Tex ; a $00,000 baking powder manufac turing company at Covington, Ky.; a $5000 milling company at Vernon, Tex.i a $100,000 meat juice manufacturing company at Richmond, Va ; a $10,000 ice machine manufacturing company at Atlanta, Ui , and a $10,000 publishing company at Richmond, Va. LOOK AT THIS. Too much politics is the bane of this; party in the land would acknowledge country. The imagining the safety of relationship to the ugly brat. Now that the government depends upon the pres- j il is being carried around in the arms of t-nco of every ignor mus at daily cross its negro nurse, the republican party road meetings is all bosh. Hetter stay ' acknowledges its paternity. This, how at home a part of the time and save your 'ever, is a family secret, known only to crop Roth you and the country will be those who would beget social equality in better oil. The continuous talk of j the south. Southern farmers will learn dissentious and treason produce only ( the secret and shake the contaminating Jrouble. dust from their feet. A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Keatonahle Prices. The Trinity Land company w ho, it w ill be remembered, bought the T. R. 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 company 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. R. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. The Population of Durham Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one half are troubled with some elfection on the Throat and Lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opper tunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Ralsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Lottie 50c and $1. Sold by all druggist. No pill or nauseatiDg potion, but a pleasant tonic and purgative is Simmons Liver Regulator. If you are bilious, take Reecham's Pill?, Km 7 Irs. Annie TT. Jordan Of 105 7rriiO'it St., EostDa, was in very poor l:nnltl), from bal circulation of the blood, hnvin-xrtish of blood to the head, numb spellsf and chilli, and the physician said the veins vers almost b'lr'tm all over her body. A col li -ion with a douVi. rimner brought on neural ci.a or the jjver. causing creat sufferine. bna cc.'i not t.'-:e the doctor's medicine, so took Hood's Sarsaparilla and ron ful!" recovered, and now enjoys per-ft- -t h?3rh. Sh ' say- she could praise Hood's S u ua.v irilia all cay and tnci not say enougn. HOOD'fi P LLS ire 1 ar.d inaie, and are per fect ia co:.a p--i:t ion, proper ion and appearance. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE ! All-solid Dongola Shoes from 95 cents up. Morrow's hand-turned Slippers only $1 50. Children's and Misses' Slippeis 9 cents Silk Mitts 10 cent9. Black and Cream Silk Lace and all Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Swan's Down and Shoe Polish at prices to dazzle yous Good Note Paper 4 cents a quire; En velopes to match 4 cents a pack. Men's White or Black Sbitts, worth 75 cents, will go for the little sura of 45 cents. Men's Bleached Slips only 25 cents. Towels from 5 cents up. Rest Foster Kid Gloves only 79 cents, worth $1 25. A full line of all kinds of Shoes to select the createst bargains from ever offered in the Old North State. Come with your pockets full of money to the top, for we will look to your interest. We will doubtless have a prami rush tins way when vou see the bargains. J. L COLE'S N. N. Y. Underbuycr and Uudcrsellcr of All. R. S. Twelve Years of Established Merit! NOTE OF WARNING! TO TIIK PiJUMC: I) wight, 111 , April 30, 1892. As a matter of justice to ourselves and to the reputation of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley's Double Chloride of Gold remedies, for the cure of the liquor, opium, morphine and tobacco diseases and Neurasthenia, we warn the public that these remedies are used by no institution or sanitarium in the United States except those established by oiu com pany under the uniform name of "The Kceley Institute," All others claiming to use our remedies are frauds and i in posters. We have now sixty Keeley Institutes es tablished in various parts of the lTnited States where the Keelev treatment is ad- ministered and the Keeley remedies gold. We, however, caution all to examine well and know that they are dealing with genuine representatives, authorized by us, before taking the treatment or purchasing remedies. The fraudulent establishments use the name of "Bi-Chloride of Gold," or similar titles. The newspajers do not discriminate suffi ciently to know that they are imitators, and so put down all accidents occurring at such establishments as 'being brought about by the Keeley treatment. This is a matter of much concern to u, hence this warning. Respectfully yours, THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO. Curtis J. Judd, SecV and Treas, The Keeley institute at Greensboro, N. C, is the only one in the state, and all repre sentations that there is in the state any cure that is identical with, or the same as, the Keeley Double Chloride of Gold Cure are malicious, false, and made for the purpose of deceiving. We learn with indignant regret "that such claim is being made, and feeling that if it be hurtful to us it will prove more disastrous to those who are deceived thereby, we sound this warning. The Keeley Institute, Greensboro, N..4A Headquarters, IJalcigh. Durham Odice, II. .1. Brown, Agent, Hotel Driver. !Ievinr.' And a cood ;;:; - t m . . l li ;l . - v .. , 'WWJuVkViiW not cojd. Stmfir BtiutifuL uooa ttiese - vords mean much. I Jt to see "1 he Rochester " must be simple; when it is nt simple it is will impress the tuth more forcibly. All metal, Vl2i tough and seamlesc, and made in tnree pieces only, 3 it is absolutely safe and unorca cable. . k e Ala idtn s of old, it is indeed a wonderful lump. it its mar- jfi- velous light is purer and brighter inn gns liuht, softer than electric light and more cheerful t! cither. Look for this stamp Tup: Koukm f k. If the l.imp dn1r his n't the cnitlne Rochester, ami the stvle von van;. -tul t ;. I .r our iicw illustrated catalogue, and ve will send you a t;:m ruV'v h- t . trs your choice ol over 2,000 varieties from the I'utget Lam;' Hi,,' - in tUe ii n i ltGCIIKVTS:! 5..m ., 42 Iaik Slate, New York City. gp "The Rochester." 4f A FULL PURSE! It is a very satisfactory thing to con template. Those who squander money on poor goods and bad bargains have thin purses. aWH THE WORTH OP YOUR MONEY. p att wav TTiwrr n a t? n IvxjlXJJ 1 1 xl X XJ.JXLXJ J.CL.LlUi mi . . ,i ,i . ,i , . i mi xnis is rne season 01 rue year inai you neeu r iy runs and r ly i raps. iusam Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and 50 cents are the cheapest thing out. Arrives Durham. i ao a m 1 05 a m 9 20 p m 12 24 p m 7 l p ra 12 24 p m It p m It. & D. It. It. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Passenger for Greens. Passenger lor Golds. Passenger from Raleigh I'assenger for ltaleigh Express for Goldsboro Express lor Greensboro Passenger for belma I'assenger for Greens. Leaves Durham. 5t a m 9 30a m 12 2 p m 7 22 p m 1 Arrives Durham. . & C. 11. K. Depot, foot Corcoran St. lS Our Lawn Mowers at 5.50, $6.00 and $6.50 are extremely low ana thev make it a pleasure to cut grass. Lea es Durham 9 25am 5 40 p'ra Express for Richmond Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass, for Rich. Ft. and Pass, from Rich. Arrives Durham. 4 30pm 9 43 a m Arrives Durham. 1. & 11. It. ' Leaves Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham. 10 35 a m 530pm Mail and Express Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger L. & I). It. It. Depot, foot Dillard St. 30 am White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc., at Kock 7 58am HottOUl Pl'lCeS. CALL AND SEE US AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, s 1 1 40 a m 6 45 p m Mail from Lynchburg Ft. and Pass, from L'jr Leaves Durham. 2 55 p m 7 00a is DU1CIIAM, N. C. HOURS TOR CLOSING MAILS AT DUR HAM FOSTOFFICE. Goldsloro and Greensboro express train No. 11 South and West at 7:40 a. m. Keysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. 14 East Durham ana Kaieign at n:i. a. m. Henderson and Durham R. P. O. train No. 38 North and East N.C. and Va.at 10:15 a. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P. O. E. train No. 10 East and South N. C, S. C. and Fla. at 12:15 p. m. Lynchburg and Durham R. P. O. train No. 2 - North and West at 2:25 d. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro It. P. O. W. train No. 9 North. South and Wet at 7:15 p. m. Keysville and ltaleigh R. P. O. train No. 15 rsorth and W est at vnw n. ra. Coldsboro and Greeniioro express train No. 12 Raleigh at y.iw p. m. Hours of Collection from Street Letter Itoxe. General PAtt a. m., 11:30 a. m. and 6:50 p. m. Business Section 7:40 p. ro. WANTED ! Fifteen first class Brick Layers and about thirty Common Laborers. APPLY TO "Watscn Sz Cecil, DURHAM, N. C. W. M. MAYNOR, DURHAM, N. C, Contractor for Masonry, lirick-work, dramas, raving and fcuch. OlXDKRS SOLICITED. Estimates Furnished on Notice. PLACE YOUR ORDERS -FOR- JTO JL v JT. ESTIMATES FURNISHED My Brick are the Best Made in this State, -AN I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DURHAM, N. C. R. T. H0WERT0N & BR0., Manufacturers and iK-alere In j Carriages, Buggies, Carts ! Many urn Street, Durham, N.C. Repairing Done Neatly and Promptly. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 1 he lanret and et e!ectel itck of Coffin. Casket, burial Caj-, Rot- ami If u rial Out fit in tbe city. THE 1IK4T KM HA I.MING FLUIDS. Disinfectant and D-olorliT used when neccfeaarjr. Order receive prompt and faith ful attention. JOHN C. WILKERS0N, Agent for tbe pale of Tombstones, Monuments AND VAULTS. Parties in need will please see me be fore purchasing. If you fail to see me, drop m; a postal and I will come to see you. Tbe lowest prices gnaranteed.