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lHJE DUUUA31 DAIbV ULOJBJ5, THUESOAV. SEPTSMBEK 15 f he Buriiam gaHg (Slobe. Hy AL FA I KB BOTHER. Thk Globe Is published every day (Sunday ..r, r-,-rtfd and delivered by carrier at ftuw year, or r0 cent a muuiu. The OronE circu- utn throughout North Carolina. Thk Wf.eelt Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent Dy mail at 1.50 a year in advarce. Ollice Corner Main and Church streets. G lobe telephone. No. 50. .ADVERTISiyG RATES. Kfi..i . for nnn week 6 ctnU per inch per issue. when over 5 inches are taken. Spaee per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cent a line each insertion Ilusincfis notices 5 cents per line each inser- f inn. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to TliK GLOBE, Durham, N. C The Ulojjk is entered at the postoiTicc. Dur ham. N. C. its mail matter as the second class. I JUKI 1AM, N. C. TIIUWSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1892. TI!K (ILOI'.K FOR ISO'J Will call things by their real names and name them properly. It nunintces to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion of all other papers. !r will continue to tell the truth and jerk the mask ol! of pious and pretending frauds. It will not waver in its lirht for the development and prosperity of the; Nc.v South, ami it asks the p.'itronae of all honest men. rmr pkksidexi: (Ikt that torch anl sec that it U trimmed and burn in:; Tiik threats of : strike of the engin eers on Ihe Heading railroad are due to the f-ict that the ei:i;inerrs are required to join the Reading Relief s.soc;ation, an insurance far less acceptable than the brotherhood, as its death benefits are only one third as high hs those of the latter Public sympathy is with the men. Th? Heading, or the manager of the coal combine, has forfeited all claims upon pu'olic considt iation. Tuk outbreak of cholera in continen tal Kurope, is very likely to defer the nu- l ng of the international conference to ewnMder the silver question, and it probably will not lie held earlier than December, while it may be postponed to the early part of next ear. A delay of a month or two would be of no serious consequence, evtu if the conference had auy other authority than merely as an advisory hotly, but tlure h a fe:ling that the financial condiii n of the commer cial world, admitted to be due in great part to the disparity of the money met ais, dc-mands attention. Ths fact that the ratio of silver to gold has for a year r more varied between 20 to 1 aud 2 1 io 1, whereas the coinage ratio is in Europe to 1 antin this country 13 to J, presents a condition that calls for a readjustment of the relations between the money metab. ' XL TAKE IT DOWN. Some of the northern papers are shoot ing off their dirty yawps about Tiie Globe's pension talks. They say that we are dishonest in call ing about half of the miserable curs who came into this country to burn homes, scoundiels snl thieves. Let us see. Get out you history my laddies, and let us talk business for a minute. Do any of you Northern Yankees who write patriotism on a salary remember that Major General Judsox Kilpatrick came into this country and that he c urieJ with him two dirty and nasty brats of no virtue and that while women they were dressed in Yankee uniform, aud insulted the virtuous women of this fair South land t Do you know that these two harlots and wantons, wearing the uniforms of Yankee soldiers, stopped with Kilpat rick at Durham, and put on airs that would di3gust the most abandoned pros titute of the age. V Well, we do. This is history. And they, those beau ties with their Darling major general, were in this town. They made a record. Brigadier Commander General Smith D. Atkins, of Freeport, Illinois, had Kilpatrick try to pass one of these nasty brats into his headquarters. He refused to let her come-that is the sentinel did and then Kilpatrick sent back a written order. Atkins, who was a gentleman, and who married Miss Ella Swain, of this stale, daughter of Governor Swain, tore up the note, and ordered two soldiers and they were Yankees to tear oil the uni form of the old prostitute, and she was sent into camp in her shirt-tail That was some of the loyalty and bravery of which Harrison so loudly talks. This happened in Lexington, N. C. But to clinch the fact, when old Wade Hampton, at Longstreet, near Fayette- ville, in the county of Cumberland, before day, with his cavalry surprised old Kil patrick (and he escaped in his night clothes,) caught the two old harlots, and stripped them, and sent them back with his compliments, history then becomes complete. lie turned the hose on them, Wade Hampton did, and after the powder (not gun powder, mind you,) was washed off, he said that he would rather face a northern cannon than such vile creatures. So he sent them back, with his compli ments, as we have said, but he kept Kil r.vrnit k's hoises. But we learn to day th-it these same shameless hyenas, after all their de bauchery, are drawing a pension because they wore the Yankee uniform ! Great God will these people tolerate such shameless business which old Har rison calls bravery V We hope that they w 11 not and the fact that Kilpatrick died at Chili is great comfort. He saw much service and was always before the breast works. ANOTHER SLUMP. The Atlauta Journal says : "After the republican slump in Vermont comes the republican slump in Maine! A clearf loss, of 10,000 votes in the former state and of 12,000 votes in the latter is enough to agitate the chests of the republican leaders from Rex Harhison down. "They were surprised at Vermont, but the election in Maine yesterday took them squarely between the eyes. The local republican leaders, in their dis patches to Chairman Carter, of the uationol committee, candidly confesses their disappointment, but offer no ex planation of the disaster. "The same causes operated to cut down the republican vote in Vermont and in Maine. In both states the Democrats made the tariff the leading issue, and their attacks on the McKinley act met with a response which proves how ef fective they were. "The people of New England, as well as the people of the West and the South, are sick and lired of Republican protec tion. The tax or raw materials cripples the industries of New Engl.nd while the tax on the finished products robs the far mers of the South and West. 'The leaven is not working alone in Vermont and Maine. Its f. rait nt is visi ble In New Hampshire, 3Iassachusett? and Khode Island. New England Is fast deserting protection. Should the repub licans lose one-half as many voters in Massachusetts as they lost In Maine, the state will go for Cleveland. "The loss of one-fifth as many in New Hampshire and Rhode Island would give the electoral votes of those states to the democrats. "The outlook is beautiful in New En gland. In fact it is glorious everywhere." When uncle Wash Duke gets home, we will wager a good cigarette against a poor one, to the effect that never again will be get his feet off of American soil. He is an American all the way through. And he does not want to monkey around pestilential ports any longer. We all look for him back, in good health, tnd then want him to stay at home. A Plucky Captain. A yeomanry regiment of Devonshire was enacting a sham fight, when a Cap tain Prettyjohn was ordered to retreat before a charge of the enemy. "Retrait! what doth that inane 1" in quired tho captain. "Retrait meanth rinning away, I zim; then it shall never be told up to Dodbrook market that Cap'n Pridgen and his brave men rinned away." Accordingly, as the enemy came on, bearing down upon him at a rapid trot, he shouted, to his troop: "Charge, my brave boys, charge! Us baint voxes and thev baint hounds! UV11 face 'em like men!' The collision, as one might " guess, was awful. Men, horses and accouter meats strewed the ground on every side. and several troopers were more or less injured. Youth's Companion. Itmldliist Ceremonies. Some Buddhist ceremonies present a striking analogyr to certain Christian rites. Dr. Medhurst says: "The very titles of their intercessions, such as 'god dess of mercy,' 'holy mother,' 'queen of heaven,' with an image of the virgin having a child in her arms holding a crescent, are all such striking coinci dences that the Catholic missionaries were greatly stumbled at the resem blances between Chinese worship and their own when they came over to con vert the natives to Christianity." Lon don Standard. Turpentine for Corns. The cheapest and surest remedy for either hard or soft corns is turpentine. If a little of this is rubbed on a corn every evening for about two weeks the corn and roots will both come entirely out and will not reappear in any form. If the turpentine runs onto the adjoin ing skin it will cause a little soreness, but otherwise the remedy is as painles3 as it is efficient. St. Louis Globe-Dem ocrat. Great Men Not Always Tall. Louis the Great, less his high heeled shoes and towering wig, dwindles to about 5 feet G, but even thus pared down to the inches nature gave him he was a giant compared with Sir Francis Drake and with Admiral Keppel "Little Kep- pel,' as every sailor in the fleet fondly dnbbed him from pure love and admira tion. Gentleman's Magazine. Why the Negro Stands Heat. The African is better protected against the evil effects of the excessive heat than his white brother in two ways. The texture of his cuticle is exceptionally well adapted to encourage free perspira tion and his natural temperament does not incline him to borrow trouble large ly. Chicago Herald. Curious South American Ants. There is a sxfcies of ant in South America that plant and cultivate a kind of grass called ant rice, and are so ad vanced in civilization that malting is understood by them. Then there are mushroom growing ants, who cultivate fungus, and others again who use um brellas. Lemon Elixir A Pleasant Lemon Tonic. For biliousness, constipation, and ma laria. For indigestion, sick and nervous head ache. For sleeplessness, nervousness and heart diseases. For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough or ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is prepared from the fresh juice of Lemons, combined with other vegetable liver tonics, and will not fail you in any of the above named diseases. 50 cent and $1.00 bot tles at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozley, At lanta, Ga. A Ilauker Writes: From experience in my family, Dr. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir has few, if any, equals, and no superiors in medicine, for the regulation of the liver, stomach and bowel-. W. II. Maoxess, Pres. Nat'l Bank, McMinnville, Tenn. A Card. For nervous and sick headaches, in digestion, biliousness and constipation (of which I have been a great sufferer) I have never found a medicine that would give such pleasant, prompt and perma nent relief as Dr. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. J. P. Sawtell, Griffin, Ga. Publisher Daily Call. 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 Diarrhoea and Cholera Remedy Las proved its inestimable worth in the prompt relief and cure of all dis orders originating in the stomach and digestive system, such as cholera, ch'olera morbus, diarrhoea, cramps, etc Service able under all conditions, and always ready for use; is perfectly safe. Price 2.j cents at all druggists. Why will you suffer from indigestion and dyspepsia? Simmons Liver Regu lator is pleasant and cures. Indigestion! Miserable! Take Bea cham'a Pill. Durham at Raleigh. The Democratic Club proposes not only to give a rousing reception to Ste venson here, but it is going to be rep resented at Raleigh in great shape, our brass band, the best in the state, is going, and it will march at the head of 150 of the unterrified democrats, of Durham. The b0 in Cleveland beavers, linen dus ter, walking canes and democratic badges. The hats and dusters will be at the store of W. A. Slater & Co. by next Tuesday. The price will be $ 1.00 for the hat, and 75 cents for the duster. There will be 150 of each and they will be furn ished to members of the Democratic Club who propose to wear them in the procession at Raleisrh and to go with the democratic crowd. First comes first served C. O. D. Those who have thus provided themselves will be furnished w ith democratic badges free of charge by applying at the democratic headquarters over Vaughan's drug store. Mr. T. B. Fuller will be chief marshal of the 150 "Invincible." Railroad fare has been reduced to $1.05 round trip ticket. Train leaves Durham at 9:35 a. m , Friday September 16 returning leaves Raleigh at C the same eveniner. Tickets eood on that train. If further information is desired apply to the chief marshal. C. B. Green, Chairman, for Committee on Arrange ments. Interesting Reading Lincoln (Neb.) Call. The Call has received a copy of the first issue of The Tobacco Plants mag azine devoted to the tobacco industry, published at Durham, North Carolina.by Colonel Al Fairbrother and A. Hatchett It is a sixteen-page, four-column paper, and is filled from front to back with ad vertising matter and interesting reading. a Long Face. BEECHAM'Sj FILLS will cure Lis EH. loaa and i A'enroni Disorders, arising from a Weak J Stomach, Impaired 0 Digestion, Const Ipa- tlon, or at Torpid Uver One dose Trill ofleatlmei reliere Sick Ilendache in twenty minutes. Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. New York Depot, 365 Canal St. 35 p ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring, Ceiiing and Siding ! SHINGLES, LATHS, ETC. We shall keep in stock a complete line of Lumber for building. Will also furnish bills for bouses promptly and as cheap as the cheap est, direct from our mill. ' ORDEItS SOLICITED. We can be found at W. J. Gris wold's office No 102, up stairs over barber shop, Main street, or at Lumber Yard on Green and Peabody streets, near Alliance Tobacco Factory. JAS. W. JONES & CO. ONI WORD! I come to you with a small affair that you may need. In England, the Conti nent and many foreign countries, mj'self and wares are well known. ManjT Amer ican families on their return from abroad bring my articles with them, for thej 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 head 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 ha9 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 DH IIAYDOCK'S NEW LIVER PILL. It i3 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. . UK. IIAYDOCK, 03 Fulton Street, N. Y. One Fill Is a Dote. P1UCE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. lOIt SALE IJY ALL DUUCiGISTS. EVERT PILL. IS St'GA R COATED. If your druggist docs not keep them we will mail them free to anv address on receipt of 2 cents. Five vials for one dollar. DUVAT OXCE! DO NOT DELAY! IIAYDOCK & CO. W. 31. Yearby, Sole Agent for Durham. 13 OF Ulii taaiiy, ucx!y, permanently Restored. TkBru, XertMiBMi. Drhf Mf v. nd n!" the train of erV.M from early error or later eicce the reolu of orerwort, aickoecs. worry, etc Full strength. dereloTMnect. sad t ue sriTen to evarr oma and portion of the body. tUxpla, natural laemoaa. uurcec.eta lmproTement aeeu. Failure izcposaioie. 7.IMJ rerereocea. Bor.k. exnlaoaUocs j j " WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." 1 1 5 jk iiv man wixn 5 abdprocrs mailed (sealed) free. Addrea CRIB MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO M. V. A QET THE WORTH This is the season of the year that you need Fly Fans and Fly Traps. Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and 50 cents are the cheapest thins 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 Rod Bottom Prices. CALL AND SEE US AT OYD'S HARDWARE STORE, 13LA DURHAM, N. C. Headquarters, Raleigh. Durham Oflice, II. J. Hrown, A pent, Hotel Driver. WW . . T- 'At T II Ml sSzL Ah i a rood L:i;.p yp& pils must be single: wlvn it k not simni" u is 'iMf jAt&iiot good. iVw.-.-V, Jioiutiful, GWth Trd Q$ A'ords mean nuich. Kit to sve " 1 he Kochvster " KJJy($ Viill impress the tiuth more forcibly. All metal, yc&'rffiy tough and seamless, and nm.ie i; liiree pieces onytggzSp n it is absolutely saeun-i unbrc.ih.ible. Like Aladdin's i' nf olrL it is indeed a 4,vond velous light is purer and brighte r t'vm p.is lieht, softer than electric lih: and more cheerful thjn either. ( Look forthisstarap The kK - S'A and we -will send you a' i.inin $ varieties from the Lxnmt . imp KOCIIKSTi::i PLACE YOUR ORDERS -FOK- BRICK ESTIMATES FURNISHED My Brick are the Best Made in this State, ASD- I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DUIIIIAM, N. C. R. T. H0WERT0N & BR0., Manufacturers and Dealers in Carriages, Buggies, Carts ! Mangum Street, Durham. N. C. Repairing Done Neatly and Promptly. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 1 he lart?t and beat selected stock of Coffins. Caskets, liurial Cases, UoU-a and II u rial Out AM in the city. TIIE It EST EMBALMING FLUIDS. Disinfectants and Deodorizers used when necessary. Orders receive prompt and faith ful attention. WANTED ! Fifteen first class Brick Layers and about thirty Common Laborers. APPLY TO "V7"a.t3C3Q. Ss Cecil, DCnUAM, X. c. FULL PURSE ! It is a very satisfactory thing to con template. Those who squander money on poor goods and bad bargains have thin purses. OF YOUR MONEY. ru:l ir.mn.'' 1 r its mar- vd'vX. nt vi.. If Wm Lmipdciler hasn't the prnulne fviv iv tM.rt-i-your choice of over 'J,OU0 5' ? in the li 'or id CO., 42 I'ark Place, .New 1'orfX Cllf. "The Rochester." SOLOMON SAID There's Nothing New Under the Sea BUT tiii:ui; IS.-2G -thekk's a- NEW LUMBER YARD IN DURHAM. XT Prompt Delivery My Motto! I bare just made arrangement to supply Durham with all the Lumber that it wants. My stock Is full and complete and cmhrmct Kreen, dry, kiln dried, rough, dmutM or In any share that a man may want or desire. My Irlea Am mn Iw tlir Iwrti And i will cheerfully frive estimates for full bills or parts of bills. VT Orders left at the K.& D. railroad office with Mr. West will receive careful attention. In this great boom In Durham I am trrinf to find an ofHce and will announce that later. t3T Sec West. C. B- ZEailCEKIS, LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durhio and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. Abo, carry in stock all kinds of Oressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingle and Laths. Come and . us. Office. Dext to WrtjfM Merrick's barber shop. Main street. a. C. HOWELL A CO Durham. - JOHN C. WILKERS0N, Agent for the sale of Tombstones, Monuments AND VAULTS. Parties in need will please fee me fore purchasing. If you fall to tee drop me a postal and I will come to you ISf-The lowest prices guaranteed.