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THE DUKHAM DALLY GLOJ3E, FlilDAY, JUNE 2.
$he lurhHin gailg (Slobe.
ty AL FAIKBROTBEK.
The Globe is published every day (8unday
excepted; and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a
year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu
lates throughout North Carolina.
Thk Weekly Globe is a large eight-page
paper, containing all the news, and is sent by
mail at $1.50 a year in advance.
Office Corner Main and Church streets.
Globe telephone, No. 76.
All advertisements and notices continued
until ordered out.
Address all communications to
THE GLOBE,
Durham, N. C.
ALWAYS INDEPENDENT
The Globe is entered at the postofhee, Dur
ham, N. C as mail matter as the second class.
DURHAM, N. C.
FMDAY, JUNE 2, 1893
THi: GLOBE VOR 1893
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AS HE SEES IT.
Mr. N. B. Brouohton writes to the
Wilmington Messenger, concerning a
statement published in The Messenger
which implicated Brouohton with third
partyism, in publishing the letter The
Messenger boldly says :
"We must write plainly but in do spirit
of malice or personal antagonism. Mr.
Brouohton has managed somehow to
bring himself under suspicion as to his
fealty to the democratic party for perhaps
two years. It has been rumored often
that he was "konoodling" with the most
dangerous element of political adven
turers, revolutionists and ignoramuses
that ever afflicted any state and menaced
its prosperity, peace and good name.
Time and again reports have come to us
of Mr. Bbotjo HTOH's willingness to have
a nomination from those antagonizing
the democratic party. We naturally and
reasonably have concluded that in his
case as in others the old adage was true
that where there was so much smoke
there must be some fire.
"It is not a month since some one in
this city cannot recall the person as we
write told us that he bad heard Mr.
Brouohton make a third party speech.
Our recollection is that in the Raleigh
papers, and perhaps in the letters of Hal
eigh correspondents, have been rumors
published of his disaffection and hob
- -
nobbing with the Weaver gang of in
capables and political desperadoes the
intellectual Lilliputians who led the
forces against the democracy, and some
of whom are now ready to betray the
state into the hands of the old enemy o
honesty and prosperity the radicals.
"Mr. Brouohton protests that it is
slanderous to indentifv him with this
gang even in intention. We willingly
give him the benefit of his protest and
denial. He is a very much misunder
stood and slandered man if his state
nients are true, about which we give no
opinion. Others may have something
to say who know more than we do."
"The Messenger, we repeat, isemphali
cally, squarely, inflexibly a democrat
It will not favor for office a man who
wa3 under suspicion last year as a Third
ite in sympathy if not in open affiliation
It is simply too much to ask of us to in
dorse, favor or accept any man as worthy
of office of any kind who is tainted and
stained with Weaverism. No erood
demociat can stomach a fellow of that
sort."
knightly, high toned and cultured. They
possess all the cordinal virtues, including
titanic valor and homeric hero'sm. They
should be the best friends of the south.
We feel now, that they are seeing their
folly and coming into line. The soften
ing influence of the erstwhile fire eater
and bloody shirt waver, Colonel Cock
erill, is doing the stuff, what he says
about Davis is the truth, and what he
says will be felt in spite of all blinded
and passionate ones who thought the
south should not take any notice of the
re interment of Davis.
The Advertiser, and Colonel Cock
erill, its editor well, both of them are
right !
The first of June apparently has gone.
Those who live in Smoke apparently re
main. What good is a petition, anyhow V
AT RANDOM.
0
i: PAINLESS EFFECTUAL
i FOR
l BILIOUS & NERVOUS
' DISORDERS,
2 Such as Sick Headache, Wind and Tain in the
J Stomach, Giddiness, Fullness, Swelling after
T , i , 1 ii r r : k. . 1 1 ri..u
media, Lnines, uruMine, villus, riun-
ings ol Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness
of Breath. Costiveness, Scurvy .Blotches on the
J Skin. Disturbed Sleep. Frightful Dreams and
ail Nervous and Trembling Sensations, Every
sufferer is urged to try one box.
Of all druggists. Price 2& cents a box.
New York Deoot. 6; Canal St. 32
. - - -
REJUVENATE!
Spring is here. Ripe time for rejuvenation. No nj
of Tonics, Pbjsics, etc. Try the grand 1
feeling of
Will call things by their real
names and name them properly.
It guarantees to advertisers more
than double the combined circula-
t i ill I i li At rnttAMi t 4-l-"x niMir r
4vo iu nuv wtuij i Wei let 'em fiirht. Let. Vm nnsh
It will not waver in its fight foj The whole business called life is a trust
the development and prosperity ol it is a combine. The boy trusts his
the New South, and it asks the mother aud the boy combines with some
ALL A TRUST.
There appears to be no reason to doubt that
the administration has determined to take
aggressive steps against the trusts and combi
nations which exist in violation of the law
enacted by the tifty-tirst congress. Omaha
Bee.
em
patronage of all honest men
VK STORY OF VK DOGGE.
Once in ye very olden tymc a Merehuntt
sayd too an Bddytor, "I doant thynke adver
tizing payes."
"Let me show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I
will pvtt 1 lyne in my papyr and not charge
yov a pennie."
"All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we
will see."
So ye Bddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr :
JOHN JONES, Zti
WANTED A DOGGE.
old Street.
Now yt bapened that 4ki Peple rathe
brovghtea Ltogge on ye next daye thereafter,
so that Mister Jones which was ye Mere hantt's
nayme) was ovem one with Dogges.
"Synoe there are so manye Dogges," said he,
"I thynke I myghi make some byiness and will
givoyoua pennie for eache Dogge."
Vc people tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge
becavse there were so manye Dogges. and
Mister Jones akynned ye wo Dogges and made
bootesand gloves from yt 4iN hydra and ths
mayd
A Big Fohtvnk
and thereafter added t.. yt by advertizing in ye
Eddj tor's papyr. American Grocer.
tall maiden fair to see, ami the combina
tion assists society'. Men combine their
money and their brains. They combine
their energy and their intellect and they
make money, and the croaks and the dis
content swears that the trust is ruining
him
Let us have more of trusts they do
business and the man who can't compete
with them would be lost in the shuttle
any how. Rev. John Scales says that
small fish swim in shallow water in order
to keep out of the way of big ones. That
is all there is of it. Let 'em all get who
can, and there is the fight among them
selves the little fishes will be well fed.
Days like the old days all have tied,
No more we kids do shout and whoop
We're old and haven't got a "red,"
We're floundering wildly in the soup.
And such was the song as she was sung by
Colonel Bixdad the Shnhite at the court
house last evening.
Alas ; and how true it is.
Major King, who lost his military title of
colonel in Little river yesterday, says he went
fishing. His sins were washed away in a rain
storm seven leagues deep.
A man who will go fishing during a thunder
storm would steal the devil's sulphur if he wa
in hell.
These are the days of openings of colleges-
and many of them there are in North Carolina
The young idea has been taught how to shoot
and that ends it.
Col. Tom Argo, of Raleigh, will not be n
pointed minister to the Baltic Sea.
Ah. This Is the Stuff!
Salisbury Truth.
Those sweet smelling tube roses whose
mighty brains ooze out of the pores of
the skin and whose learning and intel
lectual, powers are co-extensive with
their own big world in which they live
and as extensive as the inside sh dl of a
mustard seed, are informed that we are
not seeking their favor and care not the
snap of a finger for their opinion. The
ignorant, the deadbeats and scoundrels
of this seciion have always slandered us.
And instead of iniurimr us thev have
C3 J " "
been a real benefit. They have kept our
paper and our business well advertised.
They have our pity and our thanks.
A. Golden, druggist, Birmingham, Ala.,
writes : "Please publish some of the tes
timonial 1 have sent vou for Jananeu
'ile Cure," Sold by VV. M. Yearby.
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cfUrd manufacturers &f
tie Wonderful Success of
iso no of"the strong
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The j&$oj of tt;s
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Aas Vgf before beert.
roducecf, and has HONE of
the objedibtihhle Feature
in cJisjbematfY Connected
viik arcf. 1he ffotlSt
exjbfains its uccqss.
Imitations tuf Ctrtiff-m
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efore and After- phodine; If ho offers some
J wnrthlpsit mpdtplTlo Innlnxa
pf this, leave his dishonest store, Inclose price in
letter, and we will send by return mail. Price, one
package. SI; six. $5. One WiM please, six will cure.
Pamphlet in plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps.
THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO. .
NEW CLOTHES!
NEW NECKWEAR! NEW FURNISHINGS!
The latest and newest in everything. Clothes are no
all alike, no more than men. Oara have char
acter, qualities that will exhilerate yon.
They Cost No More Than Ordinary Clothes, hot They Look Different.
In fact wear our Clothes and you'll feel
A if you could conquer the world and you will.
Hats The latest, all shapes. Furnishings New. stylisV
handsome and cheap.
Clothes For hoys and men, all prices, all styles.
Clothes Ready to wear or made to measure
W. A. SLATER & CO.
100 West Main Street, Durham. N. C.
i
:r the
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Yon Will Head Goods to Suit the Weatber.
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WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING:
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Window Screens, Screen Doors, Oil Stoves, Tin Chamber Sets, Etc.
FANS
WE .Yl n wi: A STOCK OF
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Poultry Wire Netting, Screen Wire, Lime, Cement, Lawn Mower?,
AND A FULL LINK )1
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Address
ope, 2 8 tarn
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131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Mich.
tW ll in Onrhara pvcrvwhew bv
all responsible uraffsil.
LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE,
Main Street, Durham,
T
c.
Thk poach crop,
thority that is not
good.
W0 learn upon au
to he questioned, is
No CLEW yet to any of the
prisoners from the work house,
a pretty how d'ye do.
escaped
Tins 9
When tlic county commissioners meet
as they will Monday, the rock crusher
subject is the first one they should tackle.
We hear it strttcd upon reasonably
good authority that the boy did not
stand on the burning deck whence all
but him had tied.
HE WANTED THE EARTH.
When I read of the honors now bein paid in
the south to the memory of Jekf Davis my
blood boils. As a prisoner on Helle Isle, in
front of Richmond, in I am a living wit
ness to the barbarity and inhumanity of that
miserable, heartless creature who stood at the
head of the infamous rebellion. There, on
that waste, without shelter, blankets, half
clad and one-fourth fed, thousands of Federal
prisoners were huddled like beasts. "A Vic
tim." iu New York Morning Advertiser.
That's all very pretty. But did the
chump who was attempting to shoot
southern soldiers expect to be taken in
and fed and put to bed with warm brick
to his feet. He forgets to remember that
that was a "war measure" which is the
excuse the North gives for burning
homes and ravishing women after Lee
surrendered.
DURHAM may have some backsets now
aud then but Durham always goes to now
COLONEL COCKEUILL REPENTS.
The editor of the New York Morning
Advertiser, Col. Jonx A. Cockeuill, in
common with a large number of his
northern brethren, is assuming a some
what sober tone We find him saving
Tim Local Hoard of the United Banking
and Building Co. Im Organized.
We take very great pleasure in giving
the local board of the United Banking
and Building Co., Richmond, Va., at
Durham, N. C:
OFFICERS.
J. T. Pinnix, president.
W H. Proctor, vice president.
E C. Murray, secretary and treasurer.
F. I'. Fuller, attorney.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
W. M. Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. D.
Gorman, C. C. Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E.
G. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller,
H. N. Snow, T. J. Winston.
Major H. H. Rogers, State Agent.
Constipation and sick headache per
manently cured, and niles nrevented bv
Japanese Liver Pellets ; especilly adanted
to children's use. Sold bv W. M. Ye.i'rbv
J. L Hill Printing Co.
f
AS WE GROW.
Jekkf.hson Davis properly ranks with the
mat America has produced. To
say that he had large abi ity, high personal
character, devotion to his beliefs, fidelity to
nis mends, great courage and deserved civic
and military distinction is to award bim but a
small part of what is due him. In all the
qualities of leadership he was conspicuously
in the front rank of American leaders.
It is a rare thing to find a republican
editor in the'North who has the courage
large trap is placed under ground at the to say lhat he lliinks Jekkekson Davis
door of a chicken house. When a
chicken thief goes after his chick, he
falls through the trap and lands in Hal
eigh It is understood that fear of land
ing in Raleigh will break up chicken
stealing.
the front. Those who buy dirt here will
not try to kick themselves.
Now that Jeff Davis has been buried
again, we hope the North which has
torn its hair over the affair will get cool.
This weather, so muck heat is dangerous.
A new invention which will bring joy
to all quarters is just announced. A
Now that school days have ended for a
few months, the young man and the
young lady will betake themselves, may
be, to quiet thought and not to quiet
study. But no matter what else they
niby do. suppose that each one tries to
perfect himself or herself, as the case may
be, in the art of lawn tennis. That is so
intellectual, you know.
was a man who was conspicuously in the
front rank of American leader-.
Colonel Cot kekill is wild about his
A. R. business, but ne is not altogether
loat when he can express such opinion as
the foregoing.
We have been moved to sadness by the
attitude of many of our northern brethren.
We have been grieved to rind them as
bitter and as hostile and as prejudiced
and as misguided as they were thirty
years ago.
Hecogniziug their great talents, we
have labored, and to some purpose it now
appears, to point out their error.
The northern editors are chivalric,
The Room Now on Those Who Are in the
Procession.
Now that it is given up by every one
that a big boom is about to be inaugurated
in Durham and that property is com
pelled to advance to double and treble its
present value, it is the duty of every man
old or young, who expects to ever own a
home, to secure it now while it is within
his reach.
Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on
very desirable lots aud selling on easy
terms to a number of our young business
men. If you want a home, and what
man or woman does not ? See Dr. Wat
kins and even on a small salary he will
make it possible for vou to own one.
APROINTMENTS
RICHMOND, VA.
Printers,
publishers,
steel engravers.
PUBLISHERS OF
"CONFEDERATE SCRAP BOOK,"
Price by Mail. $1.50.
" HOWITZER SOUVENIR,"
Price by Mail, 28 Cts.
Orders by Mail receive Prompt Attention.
PLASTIC !
For nicest and best
WALL FINISH!
VSE-
Can be had at
J. T. WOMBLE'S
General Hardware and Stove Store.
Sole Agent for Plastfco in Durham.
K. A.
For Durham District in Part Dr
Yates, Presiding LLIcr.
Chapel Hill, June 11.
Hillsboro and Cedar Grove, at Cedar
Grove, June 17 !.
Carr church, morninc, Jne 25.
Trinity, night, June 25.
Durham circuit, Pleasant Green, morn
ing, July 1-2.
Main Street, night, Juiy 2.
Koxboro circuit. Koxboro. (D. C ) July ;
Leasburg circuit, iiebrop, July 15 i j
Johnson s Orietal soap is the most del
icate facial soap for ladies' use in exis- !
tence. Sold by W. M. Yearbv
LUMBER, LUMBER.
; We are now prepared to furnish Durham
and other points all kinds of Lumber.
HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE
AT SHOOT 2m OTIC E.
And as cheap as uuy dealer. Also, we
carry in stock all kinds of
Dressed Ceiling and Flooring,
hioRle and Lath.
Come an l sec ;-. OSeS) n xr -;o Wright A
Merr .c'-s l arbcr chop. Main street.
H. C. Ho WELL A CO.,
Duriwm. N. C-
Appreciating the varied wants of our patrons we nvv
prepared to supply
IGVGLES
At all prices and for all classes of riders.
We have a carefully selected line and our price- are
popular.
We want an Active Agent in every town in North
Carolina.
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Having qualified a? executors of Mr. Marr
K. Lyon, deceased, we hereby notify all per
sons indebted to her to make immediate nay
roent to us: anl all persons having e;airn
against her are notilied to present them to one
or us by June 1. 1-44. or tuis notiee will be
pleaded in bir of their recovery.
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OFFICKKS.
B. L. DI KE, President,
LEO D. HEARTT, Treasurer,
Durham.
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