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VVLB DUK11AM DAIL.Y OOBB. THUBS'UV. OCTOBEH 90
gjhe Durham WitMi SIobc. liy AL rAIRKKOTHJSB. Tub Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at t.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. Tub Globb circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Wekkly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at f 1..KJ a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone. No. 7. ADVEKTISINQ KATES. S;....;o lor one week 6 cents per inch per issue, v.-hen over 5 inches are taken. ,p.-ce j' r month, ?:i per inch. lit itd i n g matt e r 10 c-nt s aline eac h 1 nsertion. nmluf-KH notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued unf il ordered out. Addi t 8H all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. Tiik Gi.oiik is enteied at tin- postollico. l)ur ham. N.C.. ;is i.iail matter as t he- second class. DURHAM, N. C. TIIL IISDAY, 0(;T01JKK 1892. tiii: GLOHK FOK 1S94J t- 1 SSI t TaI " "mm IF Aw' 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 not waver in its light for the development and prosperity of the Xcv South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. I'OK riCESIDENT: If 1 ) I : M ( ) V 1 1 T I C I I . . V T I O i 3 1 . 4,X1 11-This convention hereby renews the expression of apprecia tion of the patriotism of the soldiers and sailors of the I'nion in the war for its preservation, and we favor ju-4 and liberal pensions for disabled Union soldiers, their widows and de pendent, but we demand that the work of the pension otliee shall be don1 industriously, impartially and hone-ih . Wo denounce the present administration of that otliee as in competent, corrupt, disgraceful and dishonest " hi i;i:coui ci.kau. During Ci.evelnxh's four years occu pancy of the proiderttial chair he vetoed by piri:d mvf-age 250 priva'e pension bill. In addition to these there were 4? other pension bills killed by what is known as the "pocket veto." Of the pction lulls passed by the forty-ninth c ongress Mi:. Clk i:lani vetoed by mes shljp KH at the first session and ." at the Ft cond s ssion. lie also killed 21 such hills by "pocketing them." In the fiftieth congress lie vetoed by message 102 at the first session and 2 at the second session, and 20 more by the "pocketing" process. 4mm 1 STY ABOUT FIVE LETTERS. The Globe is going along in its quaint way, and every mail brings from one to a half dozen requests for this album of song. These letters come from all over the United States. To print all we have received would fill a page and a half of this paper. This morning the mail brought the following, which we print as a sample. We do this simply to show all repudia tors, that TnE Globe is not so badly re pudiated as it was supposed by some. We also call attention to the fact that those sending the wealth want it for some time not the few days until the election. As the time is short we print this last hatch received in the morning mail : lie Will Item It. Me Louth, Kan., Oct. IT, 102. To the Editor of The Globe, Durham, X. C: Deaii Si u Please send me a, copy of your paper until January 1,J893. When you send the first copy, also send me a statement of what it will cost for said time, and I will remit same. II. M. Reynolds Two Bits' Worth. 1'i-KDY Ckkek, N. V., Oct. 17, 1SU2. To the Editor of Tiik (J lobe, Durham, X. C: PJease find enclosed twenty-five cents for which send me your weekly paper during the campaign. Very respectfully, Samuel Davis. An Old Uehident. Saltna, Kan., Oct. 10, Editor Glome, Durham, N. C. : Deaii Siu I enclose you herewith postal note for fifty cents, for which kindly send me The Glome for such a period as said sum will pay the subscrip tion. Having been for years a resident of Durham county, I am as ever interested in her prosperity, and especially in her democratic ascendency, and am pleased to know that TnE Globe still strikes manfully at the great pension fraud. That I may have the pleasure of read ing the doings of the campaign as fully as possible, I would like, if possible, for my subscription to date back to about August b, or September 1, in case the back issues are at j-our command. Hoping for an early and regular re ceipt of each issue, T am, yours truly, Z. C. Millikin. Can't Get on Without It. SAXAl'AnAW, X. C., Oct. IK, '!)'. Colonel Al Fairbrothek : Dear Sir I have moved from Dur-, ham, hut did not have time to see you, and now I find I cannot get on without The Globe, which you will please send to my address. Mks. A. I. TrnuENTiNE. Use Up the Monej'. Poland, O , Oct. 17, 'J)2. Editor of The Durham Globe, Durham, X. C: Dear Sir Enclosed I send you postal nole for 50 cents, for which please send me one copy of your Weekly Globe until the money is used up on the paper. Hespectf ully yours, S. M. Yeoaker. i - Mut Have It. Fairburv, III., Oct., 17. Editor of The Globe : Dear Sir Enclosed find $l,l'or which please send The Weekly Globe, paper for as long a time as the above amount will pay for. and oblige, F. E. Gravina. I'.ox 21. After the election we shall print a cjlumn of letters from republicans who wanted to tight, and they be of real in terest. TO-MOKKOW. To morrow is Columbus day a sort of new-fangled legal holiday, when people will turn out and celebrate and sing the praises of Colon el Chritoiher Colum bus dead. And while The Globe hopes to see a great demonstration and urges allcitizcus to participate in the exercises, it cannot refrain from suggesting a thought : There was a man who dreamed of a new world who underwent hardships which the mind cannot imagine, and finally succeeded in his apparently mad desire. That was four hundred years ao and finally a crowd of money changers still in the temple see a chance to pound the tom-tom of patriotism and we see a nation of people the largest and grandest nation of the world shed ding crocodile tears over the long lost man, who, in fourteen hundred and ninety-two, succeeded in crossing the ocean blue ! And the shekels are coming, and patriotism is at a high pitch. It makes one tired, indeed. Or, again, il proves that no matter how great and wise and intelligent one mav be it takes death and the rust and must of four hundred years to discover the virtues of the dead man, who had j n&ught but scorn and jeers when he i talked more sense than the mob to which ' he talked possessed. Bah ! LOAD YOUR GUN. When will the burglars leave the coun try, or let up on their midnight depre dations is the question which most greatly exercises many of our citizens to-day, and particularly that portion of the community composed of defenseless women and children. This class of petty thieve who steal in bedrooms and dining room during mid night darkness to pilfer a hat, a clock, a lady's dress, or perchance a childs under garment, are more pernicious pests than thi highwayman who preys only on the strong,and takes his life in his hand.when he tells another man to ''stand and de liver." It is the difference between the sneak thief and the bold rogue who plays for a big stake, and of the two, we pre fer the latter. The one frightens women, whose nature 'tis to scream the other, men, who have no business with fear. Unfortunate!-, both branches of burg lary seem now to be the prevailing epi demicand we believe it is as much an epidemic as measles or small pox, over a great portion of the country. Papers fiom everywhere are filled with accounts of robbers, large and small. But a week ago ten hoys, ranging from fifteen to twenty years old, were sen tenced to the Georgia penitentiary in one day for organized thieving. At Bur lington, other places close at hand and here in Durham, they have gotten in some of their work. Load your guns, and if anybody polks his head in your dark room without a proper pass-word, ask no questions, but give him the contents instantl'. If peo ple outlw themselves, let them take the consequences. It is not only your right, but a second duty to protect your fireside from such villainous scurf of the earth. WILL TIIK SOUTH STAND SOLID? New York Morning Advertiser. J Once again the veterans of the War for the I'nion are inarching solidly under the same flag. The spectacle of the Solid South arrayed under the leadership of two such substitute-providers as Cleveland and Ste venson has brought the boys in blue into line. A vote for Frank Fuller is a vote for intelligent legislation. It is violating no confidence to insist that you should register at once. Politics in this end of the world is nothing, compared to those up the coun try. WnEN this cruel war is over, the news papers will contain other things besides politics. Raleigh is in the swim this week, and Hal Ayer's Stale fair was worth going miles to see. All in favor of a new opera house will hold up their hands. And a forest of fists went up. The world's fair dedication at Chi cago is a big success, and as usual, North Carolina is in it. As an independent newspaper, looking at all sides, The Globe can see why Frank Fuller will represent all classes in tbe legislature. Tiik colored people hereabouts are or ganizing democratic clubs. The colored brethren propose to see to it that the South is not bossed by a force bill. Hundreds of letters from dyed-in-the-wool demociats are coming to The Globe, and all congratulating it on its truthful stand concerning the pensions. "Let the democrats save the legisla ture" is the appeal of the State Chronicle. Then let Durham county help by voting for Frank Fuller. He is able, capable and deserving. There is more red-hot, tear-bringing, scalp-taking politics in Xew York these days than ever known in the wide world before. It is a matter of congratulation that the end is near at hand. A lettkr came this morning to The Tobacco riant, Durham, X. C, U. S. A. It was dated October 0, 1802, the only . thing in it Tbe Plant folks could make out. On tbe envelope was printed, "Offizielles Verkehrsbureau Luzern," whatever that may or may not mean. In side was a lot of marked printed matter, no doubt an advertisement for the next issue, but The Plant man says it's not likely to get in unless he can get some one to translate it for part of the crop. If any fellow is laying around loose who can make United States out of this jaw twisting jargon, here's a job for him. WILL THE SOUTH STAND OLII ? I r V - t f 4 ... - -1 Onre agalu the veteran of the AVar for the I'ulon are marching solidly under the same tlR. The rectaele of the Solid South arrayed under the leadership of two such fcultitute-irovider at Cleveland and Ste Tenson hat brought the boys in blue into line. Sicklies Among Children. Especially infants, is prevalent at all times, but is largely avoided by giving proper nourishment and wholesom -food The most successful and reliable is the Gail Borden "Eagle" Brand Con densed Milk. Your grocer and druggist keep it. AT RANDOM. I'm not much on jigs. Said Coi.oxei.Pete Bricks, Hut then when It comes to a dantz. My friend Colonel Reed, Is not in it indeed. Hi sirname at odcc becomes Pantz. Colonel vvaltox Bcsbee this morning called at this office and confessed that it was he who discovered America, and that Sam Ashe had nothing to do with it. Colonel Jim Socthoate Ls rehearsing for a new song which he will sing after hearing the election returns. The first lines go in this way : Ha, ha, ha, you and me. Little brown jug how I love thee ! lT But the jag wiil be fullof Buttermilk. Col. A. J. Moseley, of the Durham Supply company, says that molasses are slower in the fall months, and he will ask people to look out for the change of schedule if they do not want to get left. Col. W. H. McCabe says that an extra haz ardous risk is one where you" loan an editor a dollar. Col. W. A. Albright will challenge Cou bett for a fight to a finish in a few days. Col W.F.Ellis will be his eecond or half hour fcr that matter. But the colonel says a second is all the time he wants. WILL, TIIK SOUTH STAND SOLID? New York Morning Advertiser. Once again the veterans of the AVar for the Union are marching solidly under the same flag. The spectacle of the Solid South arrayed under the leadership of two such substitute-providers as Cleveland and Ste venson has brought the boys in blue into line. A Republican Slur. New York Morning Advertiser. It wa3 very courteous on the part of Mr. Cleveland to decliue to visit Chi cago while Mr. Harrison is detained in Washington in attendance on his afflic ted wife. At the same time, Mr. Cleve lanh understands that the political cen ter just now is New York City, and not Chicago. The Advertising Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always within the bounds of reason because it is true ; it always appeals to the sober, common sense of thinking people because it is true ; and it is always fully substantiated by endorsements which, in the financial world would be accepted without a mo ment's hesitation. For a general family cathartic we con fidently recomend Hood's Hills. Do not weaken the stomach with strong chemicals. Simmons Liver Regu lator is mild, but effective. CURE SICK HEADACHE, Disordsred Liver, etc. they ACT LIKE MAGIC on the Vital Organs, restoring long-lost Complexion, bringing back the keen edreofftnnetita.and with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the hole physical energy cf the human frame. These S facts are admitted by thousands, in all classes of society. Largest sale ia the world. Of nil IrltrriTief e Trm - U - V t New York Depot, 365 Canal St- 27 J WEAK ahd USEVELOPED Conditions of the human form successfully treated to develop, strenerthen, enlarge all weak, etnnted. Undeveloped, feeble orpans and parts of tbe body which have lost or never attained a proper and natural size, due to ill health, abuse, excesses, or unknown causes. There is one method and onlv one by which this may be accomplished. ! Increased flow of blood to any part, produced by urnpieapparatus actinp auiomaiioaiiy, creates new tisue, tone and vlnor by the same natural laws as the increase of sizo and strength of muscle. Don't I be prejudiced bee mse little quacks propose bv silly ' ineins to do the same. INVESTIGATE. There's no trap bade or on r oflera. Our pay will come whn the public knows clearly sc ience from fraud. Write us for instructions, full descrip tion, proofs, references, etc. All sent you in plain seeled letter without cost of anv kind. ESIS HEDIC.L CO., StJFFALO, XT. Y WHITMORE'S Just opened on the Corner of Church and Main Sts., op. Johnson's Drugstore. Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies ALWAYS OX HAND. I will carry a nice lin of Fancy Cakes, all my own manufacture. Icinr and Ornamenting neatly done. I will also carry a nice line of French and Plain Candies, Fruit. Nut, etc. PTALI. ORDERS WILL HAVE nr.nv rnoMPT attention. Give ice a trial and ? convinced that good gttoL- in this line can te had in Durham as elsewhere. J. L. WHITM0EE. TRINITY COLLEGE. The next session opens September L 1892, at Durham in the new buildings on Trinity Park, seven deiartmenta of instruction. A superior faculty. New laboratories, libraries and mu seum. Finest dormitories in the stare. Ex penses reasonably low. All courses open to local patronage. Catalogue may be had at GattU' txk ior, or by applying to the pres ident. For room apply to JU1IN F. CUOWF.LL. Pres., Trinity Park, Durham, N.C Diii Bam IMPORTANT INFORMATION To Manufacturer? of Lumljcrand Htiilder?. HAVINO HAD 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE In the Lumber Rusiness, I am now Located in Durham. X. C. Prompt Delivery Is My Motto I I have just made arraiuwment. To Supply Durham and Other Point: With all the Lumber that may Ik wanted. 1 AM HANDLING ALL GRADES OF LUMBER ! Green, Dry, Kituyh or Dressed, To Suit any Parties who may wish to Purchase. My Price Are m I.ow at the Ivet ? And I will cheerfully jrive estimates for full bills or parts of bills. Mill men having Lumber for sale will tind it to their advantage to con esiond w ith ine. Office on Main street, over Slater Jc Co's Store. O. 23. HICKS, PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INBTltrCTOH OF M I a if u r u u PRIVATE LKSSONS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Hand or Orchestral Instrument. Afuoic. arranged to order for any combi nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons in French and German. Young ladies attended at their residence. Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. TKKV1S REASONABLE. Residence, Liberty Stieet, near Queen, Durham, X. C. A NEW DISCOVERY NADING'S SURE PILE CURE Almost instant relief in the majority of cases in from 10 to 15 days. Never returns. No purge. No suppository. It is jruarantei d to cure the most aggravated and obstinate cases or money will be refunded. For information, prices, etc., call on FHANK A. N A DING, 1021 Liberty St.. Winston. N. V. 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, Scrofula, Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern Ion's. Orhceover Jones' Jewelry Store. Olhce hours, 9 . clock a.m.. to 12 m.. and from 2 p. ra.. o 4 n . m tisic am U KJ "Seeing is Believing;. And a good Limp must be simple; when it is not simple it is not good. Simple, Jleautifuly Good these !4 words mean much, but to see "The Rochester" will impress the truth more forciblv. All metal. tough and seamless, end made in three pieces only it is absolutely safeaxv unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lam)," for its mar velous light is purer and brighter than pas light, softer than electric light Look for this stamp Thk Rochf-t: v. Tf the lamp rlrnlrr has n't the crtioin Rochester, and the style you wa-it enrl t u-. for our new illustrated '''oa and we will send you a lamp af'l lv exorts your choice of over 1,UW varieties from tbe Largest lAinip it ' in the ll'otll. IlOCHKSTEIl LA3II CO., 42 Park Place, New York "The Rochester." Headquarters, Ualeigh. Durham Oflicc, 11. .T. Hrowu. Age!- Hotel Main Street, Durham, X. C. CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, DRY GOODS! o- rjiiC'3 Having tfeen in Durham over two years, I have establiabeil a rci" for SQUARE DEALING, and people know me, and kno that what I say rocs. m j tw I a3 Come and see mv stock, get mv prices and you will be convince! in it lor the FALL TRADE. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives Durham. K.jfD. R.U. f De pot, foot Corcoran St. Passenger for GreeniT . Passenger for Golds. Passenger from KaleiKh 1 Passenger for lUleljfh 7 To a m 1 05 a m ajpm 12 11 p m 7 tfJ p m 12 -'t p m 7 17 p m Arrives Durham. 923am J 40 pm Arrives Durham. 4 30 p m 9 45 j vn Arrives Durham. I I 40 a m" 6 45pm r " x.v.uLnu Express for Orwnskiro j l'assenjfer for Selnia Passenger torGreens. 1 or 'crK.it Depot , foot Corcora n St. Express for Richmond j Express from Richmond ! Ft. and Pass, for Kich. Ft. and Pass, from hU h. . p B, 1 m m IeavM n' D. A N. It. It. Depot, fot Corcoran St. Mail and Kxpresw Mail and Express Freight and Pasentrer Freight and Passcntcer 1 I-eavc-t I'urhatn. j luan I I-ntves I Iurhns. ! am I L. D. K. K. ! Depot, foot DlllardSt. Mail from Lynchburir Ft. and Pass, from L'tr HOI KS FOR CLOSING MAILS AT lit II AM POSTOFFICK. Goldsloro and Greenstoro express train No 11 South and West at 7:40 a. m. ' Keysville and kalciffh K. P. O. train N. n Eat Durham and Kaleijrh at 9:1.1 a. m. Henderson and Durham K. P. O. train Nn SS North and Kat N.C. and Va at lu:i:a!m' Goldstoro and Greensboro U. P.O. F. train No. 10 Eat and South X. C. S. C. and FU. at 12:15 p. m. Lynchburir and Durham H. P. O. train No 2 North and West at 2:25 p. m. Goldsbnro and Greeiis1oro H. P. O. W. train No. Xorth. South and West at 7:lr p. m. Keysville and Kaleiirh IL P. O. train No. -North and West at 5:U) p. m. Coldsttoro and Greensloro express train Nn 12 KalciRh at 1:0U p. m. Hours of Collection from Street lttrr Itoxen. General !:35 a. m., 11:30 a. m. and t:o p. m. liusiuess s.ection-7:lo p. ni. ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring, Ceiling and Siding! SIIINGI.KS, LATHS, KTC. We shall keep in stock a complete lint of Lumlier for building. Will also furnNh hill for houses promptly atid as cheap as t be ch--est, direct from our mill. OKDKKS SOI I CI THI. We can be found at W. J. GrlswoWl s otter No 102,up stairs over barber shop, Malnstn-et. or at Lumler Yard on Green anI l'mlx!) streets, near Alliance Tobacco Factory. JAS. W. JONES ii CO TOWN LOTS AT AUCTION ! Uy authority conferred upon us in tin-will of John W. GattK we will offer lor wale at public auction on the 'UtlU day of October, IHU!, At 11 o'clock a. m. the lot of land in western suburbs of Durham, formerly occupied y J. w.Gattisand known as his home place, con taining 3 3M-10U acres, and on which aredwel liiiKiind outhouses, fruit trees and jrraj ineK and four lots of alHut 2 5 of an acre eseh in size, on Hurch avenue: and one lot ol halt at; acre on Gattis avenue. Terms of bale Uno-third in ensh on day of sale, balance In two eiual installments at iti and twelve months alter day ol sale. 1 titer on deferred payments lrora day of sale at mte of er cent per annum. i'lace of sale, on the respective premise. J. K. GATTIS, W. A. GATTIS. JH., Sept. lti. Executor. COMFORT AND ECONOMY IN WEARING DOUGHTY'S HIE SHOES NONE IlLTTLi: IN Style, Workmanship, Material. Iuaddition to my line of Fine Dress shoe. I am making Doubt sole, Cork sole, Terrarcl ecVo. Scotch ls)ttoms. Felt and Fur lined t"t Fall and Winter. C. IL DOrGHTY. Greensltor o, N. C. vr and m re cheerful than either. 1 a Driver.