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THJE DUJiHAM DALLY GLOBE, THUKSDAY, JUNE 8.
$hc fhirham Sails. 6lobc By AL FAIRBROTHER. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cent a month. The Globe circu- on them during the summer ANOTHER FAKE. A young man is in town to day work ing a city directory scheme. He wants to put the name of some merchant on a card board, and he will possibly print a dozen of his cards and hang them up in some obscure corner where the rlie3 can roost lates throughout North Carolina. The 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. (ir,oBE telephone, No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address a!l communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postorfice, Dur ham. N. C, as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, N. C. The merchants of Durham have been humbugged so often that perhaps we should not call their attention to the fact that money placed in one of these cheap directory schemes is worse than money thrown away. A card board with fifteen or twenty different kinds of business represented, is a great thing. It ought to sell to each man in it at least a half million dollars in goods. It will do it, aad what we need now is more directory men. The Fake which is on now should he received as it is intended. To make money for the faiker no more no less We hope that the merchants and business men of Durham will see to it that money thus spent is money thrown away. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893 THE GLOBE FOR ISO: TBE CASE OF GLASS. This case of Glass is and has been and will be, a very peculiar oue. Glass seems to have been and yet is, a man ,riven to Horseomania He stole for fun He had that particular trait of character which had become manifest, and which said to him : Steal a horse. Glass did not need a horse. lie did not steal for gain. lie stole because he could not help it. As Prosecutor Parker said the case of Glass was a peculiar one. The old scamp would steal horses That is what his wife swore, and that was what his daughter gave her testi mouy to, and that is what he did. The jury could not agree that he was crazy. but disagreed, and the judge discharged them. But after all, here is a case for those who find and make delicate distinctions ; for those who deal with subjects who have minds. Some day there will come a man who will make and demonstrate these distinc tions which have existed since the human race commenced to steal, and what he says will be a science. Until then, crazy men and women will occupy felon's cells Let us hope for the day and the time when Criminality and Insanity shall be divorced, and each one cared for as it should be. Will cull things bv their real names and name them properly. COLONEL WADDELL IN DURHAM. Hon. A. M. Waddell, in his able dis course on "Socialism in America," before the literary societies of Trinity college It guarantees to advertisers more yesterday, showed that the present un- than double t he combined circula- settled condition of the country and the tion ol" all other papers in the county. Sener;l1 finances had been largely It will not waver in its fight lor ".a 100 1 min ana the development and prosperity ol the government rather than in individual the New South, and it asks the u tion of the aims and object of a govern ment of the people, by the people and for the people, had led the thoughtlessly im provident and willingly deluded discon tents to run into all sorts of extrava gancies and demand all sorts of impossibilities. Incidentally be gave the pension sys tem a gentle going over, citing figures to prove that the amount of money annually .-..... .?...! r . . t - . i rt. cipeuueu ui me i Diieu stales to nay pensions alone was three times what it cost to run the entire government before the war. And this enormous amount of course came out of the tax payers chiefly out of the toiling masses of a sec- pat ponage ol' all honest nen. YE STOKY OF VI. DOGGK. Once in ye very olden tyine a Merchantt taydtooan Eddytor, "1 doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let lue show yov," said ye Eddy tor. "I will pvtt 1 lyne in my papyr and not charge yov u pennie." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will see." So ye Eddy tor pvtte yp line in his papyr: 17 ANTED A Imx;i;k. JOHN JONES. 353 J ( Hd Street. Now yt hapened thai 4ini Peple cache brovghtea Doggeon ye next daye thereafter. so that Mister Jones i which was ye Merchantt's nayme) was overrvnne with Dogges. way of picking the pockets of the people. Of course it is a lawful way, but for all of that it is essentially wrong. When a man is accused of stealing 30 cents his trial should be fair and impar tialyet it should be speedy. The thief should be fined for his offense, and not having money should perform labor on the public roads. In almost every state in the Union there is larceny, petit larceny and grand larceny. These heads trive the courts a chance to determine and save thousands of dollars in costs. When a North Carolina legislature shall convene, and when Gon only know?, that will do something for the tax payers in the matter of economic law, that will be a L'lad day. It should have com menced a hundred vears a:o. COKC MINING I M J 1ST I C E. About a year ago when a mad man went to the office of Russell Sage, a many times millionaire and threw down a sack of dynamite, Sage, seeing his great i danger, grabbed a man named Laidlaw and held him in front of him making of I him complete breast works. Sage es- caped unhurt, while Laidlaw was about i killed. His left side and back were tilled ! with splinters, scraps of leather, bits of ; cloth and nails, lie lay between life and death for many weeks His splendid 1 111 . i a. pnysique punea mm tnroun Any or dinary man placed in Laidlaw's posi tion must have been killed outright. Though alive and able to hobble about, Laidlaw is a physical wreck, unable to perform either mental or manual labor. Sage is as well as he has been at any time in twenty years. Laidlaw was one of the best all around amateur athletes in this latitude. He was an expert in half a dozen athletic lines and always kept himself in training. Laidlaw sued Sage for $50,000 dam ages. The trial was on in New York this wee!. The report of the affair was that the case was dismissed the learned judge holding that Laidlaw should be thankful that he was not killed outright A reporter wrote : The contrast between Laidlaw and Sack as they sat in the supremo court yesterday was generally commented on. Laidlaw's skin had a prison like pallor. His once erect robust, muscular body was wasted, worn ard warped. Those who knew him before SAGE used him as a protection against dynamite say that within the last twelve months Laidlaw has aged fully twenty years. Then it is ! Russell Sage who used a human be ing as he would have used a barn door to protect himself from a deadly explo . uon, allows the man to be rendered help ess, and refuses out of his many millions to pay the little sum placed on a human ife. All he wanted was to see that his old carcass escaped and then he kicks lis benefactor. But the fact that Sage has millions only enter the case to show o v courts sometimes take off their hats to Mr. Moneybags. Had Sage been as poor as a church mouse, he still would e a most ungrateful wretch if he did not divide with the man who saved his ife. Such ingratitude and such proceed ings are the kind which make anarchy ; which make men dissatisfied which, one of these days will make wealth despised. I A Powerful Flesh Maker. A process that kills the taste of cod-liver oil has J 1 I aone gooci service dux the process that both kill-: J the taste and effects par- tial digestion has done much more. Scott's Emulsion stands alone in the field of fat-foods. It is easy of assimilation because part ly digested before taken. Scott's Emulsion checks Co?i- a i f 11 - 7. sumption ana au oiner wasting diseases. PrD.red bT Scott A Bowne. Chmit. New York. Scld by druggists every u ere. A Revolution In Eating has been brought about by the introduction of Cottolene, the new vegetable shortening. The discovery of this product, and the demonstration of its remarkable qualities, has attracted the widest interest. Hitherto the common shortening has been lard, or indifferent butter. Every one has probably suffered occasional dis comfort from lard-cooked food ; while it is well known that thous ands are obliged to abstain entire ly from everything of that kind. To such people, Cottolene is of peculiar value, widening as it does, the range of what may be eaten and enjoyed. Cottolene is a cooking marvel. It combines with the food imparts to it a tempting color, a delicate flavor, and an appetizing crispness No trace of greasiness remains to offend the taste, or disturb the digestion. Cottolene is worthy of the careful notice of all those who value good food, of itself or for its hygienic properties. Sold by Leading Grocers. Blade only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. ooisCottoonoo I COMPOUND. mm AT RANDOM, Synce there are so manyc Dogves," said he, I thynke I myght make some byiness and will I tion where but little of the money thus lvo you a penme tor eaehe Dogge." circulated finds its wnv I- - 1 I 1. T. I J ' rf I I t I,, voi I 1 it nlncf ti .......... . - - id' use tlicri' wnv sn nintiv irnrir,. .111,1 I n J " " J Mister Jones skynned ye 4i hi Doggesand made I form. iiml handled leading social prob- bootes and gloves from ye 4m hydes and tins I letns in a manner that was forcible and ln:ivil I : : -"i ir ........ 1 i-'in 1; iir nir 11111x1. 1 1 a i y . t- t , . . . Mir FrtRTvwK I ...ww. vui.ucu tt auukjUu is au I oKln Dtnl iw.l ,1. , J 1 1 .....t .1...... .i ....111. .1 1 I auu oui spcaiici, aim ins au- 1 1 r: tc ' : 1 1 pi In hi 'ii 1 .ir i;lii,mm i i. ' 1... , v . i,. v 1 , EddytorV iNuryr. American Grocer uiebs yesienmy was one 01 tlie most in teresting features of the commencement If old niun Glass hasn't wheels in his head, then lie is a hummer as an ac tor. 'I hb Rock Crusher idea does not seem to lose interest. The people have be gun to realize that poor roads mean lar ger tax bills. Wiikn Chairman Stokes says that he is in favor of making good roads in Dur ham county, ii looks like all things were coming right. A recent discovery by an old physician. HvcccssfuUy used mummy oif t nousanas of MJm (ii: . js the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine discov ered. Beware of unprincipled li vwtr crista Vhn Affon In f urinr ..luuiuuH m piace or mis. ask rcr cook s cotton koot Compound, take no substitute, or inclose land 6 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, by return mail. Full sealed particulars In plain envelope, to ladies only, 2 stamps. Address Fond Lily Company, No. 3 llsner iilock, Detroit, Mich. f-S-Sold in Durham and everyuhfcie by all responsible lrujL:j;i-.ts. FOR SALE ! AT A BARGAIN! In tiik commencemeDt days we ob serve that some fellows have j ist started. Well, what is the difference between i starter and :i commencement ? Up TO the noon hour the jury had been unable to render a verdict in the Glass case, l seems that there is some ground for supposing the old man off his mental balance. Tiik banks which are failing over the country these days are fat ling because dishonest men tried to ruu their own affairs at the expense of other people. That is all It is all a farce ou justice and every thing else, when a man is indicted for Mealing ". cents, and men who steal thousands are n t indicted. But so runs the w riil away. A3 TO EARLY CLOSING. The towns are already agitating the early closing movement. The clerks are making a kick and many kind-hearted proprietors are falling into line. It is all right to close at 2 o'clock if one wants to shut down then of course it is. But it occurs to us that if a merchant desires to keep his store open until 11 o'clock it is his right to do to and be should do so. Some s;ores could well .. afford to close at dusk or close forever, f v. while other stores, those which do a good business all the time, can run until a; reasonable hour with profit. If the! clerks don't like it, let them (put We hope some of the Durham mer ! chants will run the regular time, resjard less of petitions and all such business. The people want accommodations, aad the clerk who is afraid to work until a reasonable hour, should be tired anyhow. There is a land of pure delight, (That's what so many people say I'd like to stay there over night, ESPlease order up an extra dray. We get it pretty straight that Colonel Pete IIrigc.s will go on the next North Pole expe dition. As to the Jaek Frost Freezer, we deem it our duty to say that Cap Ham MATT was not froen in one of them. The time to call a halt is when your horse is going in front of a train of cars. Du. Johnson says that he has seen many crazy men, and thinks that ii Glass is not crazy be is in poo l condition to become thrt ay. Tua Globe would like t. know if Uncle Wash Dim has been Ashing yet, and if hehs. has be caught any eels. If not we are ahead of him. Job Printing Establish ment which lias a erood run or custom. If any one wants a Genuine Bargain Adii c-s THE DURHAM GLOBE. J. L. Hill Printing Co., ft JUDOS B If YAM Las made many friends io this, county, and the only regret is that tin's is the lal term ef court he is to hold. He is just afcil equitable he is honest and considerate. The people who elected him have evv reason to feel that they WHES IT is WRONG. It is all wron-r. though leallv a . a J It u Of i.aw iii Booth. New York Horning Advertiser The public has been prepared for some weeks for the announcement of the death of Edwin Bootb. There has conp from earth a gentle and yet w idely felt poten tiality. The position held by the man whom a nation will mourn to day was a RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHERS OF ''CONFEDERATE SCRAP BOOK," Price by Mai!. $1.50. " HOWITZER SOUVENIR," Price by Mail, 28 Cts. Orders by Mall receive Prompt Attention. i nernhftr ono If a cin.vi .,-:. i.. r n right, when it is possible for a people 'o ! 177 7 7 m &n i . . wpwp leio.beat engendering strife aad was the con. be assessd two or three h'mdred dol'ars ' , ,. . ,T Ul UUiiar? i mon friend to whom ! m..n f ,.n i to convict some recUeas nero of ate? .t j "J'TZ " --"i- . lanuus iiuu seuoois turned with a rest- negro of stea ing thirty cents. V Ii L It.. ft.MM ll III ill- flF'rii.uwi . . , . , , -oi business an. I politics. Be nve dirnitr of crime-degrees, too widely at varian e c.mt,- aavl7; f . gnin , , J weemeas, eleYation of tune and a clean with right, justice and common sense. ! Luman tnLM . , ,, , L & C ,an x- u . 1 nnmnn interest to tl:.' staee No o'l.pr No honest man objects to the nrosecu- ! , . oiaw c . , man ever occupied a nearly similar nosi tiou of a rogue or a thief. Such things . . J Im"ar Posi- ire necesurv tn tMn uviUia u ia . J J ,L''UUC , -lames E. Murdoch. Hi uecear io preserve honestv and de PLABTICO! : i i vr.me- sooui-i oe pun- ; fo, SfeDe of relief ,TOmthm ,U(MiUM egrees I Ar k.;-. ..j ... uniest it was s example is one to emulate, his talents may perhaps never be duplicated, his place never be- rilled. cency . The Globs does insist that when a i ... .i ina: as gOOif a cnoice as could be made j negro is only accused of stealiug thirty anywhere uk Globb regards Jupoa ; cents, that the business of takta hi. k. Bhyan as an honorable man, an eminent fore a magistrate and on into the mayor's 3ly n ef farliicltl; could not iurist. a iust iudire and a eood citizen. 1 rmirt ia . .r.i. mii.t: 1t 3 -vears i nor.- walks For nicest and lest VU'liZ. FINISH! rsE PLASTICO. Caa be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Qardw&re ami Stove Sure. Sole Anent (or Plastieo in Durham. ' " T T A A. i For the c uly authorized Biography of James G. Blaine, v. Mass cured 1. Drop, drujisr. Springfield, wntes: "Jaoanese Pil i.nrm k. - - -W - 4 jurist, a just judge and a good citizen. 1 court is a travesty on justice and a polite any distance." Sold by My Gail Hamilton. hi literary executor, with the co-operation of his family, and lor Mr. liiaine's irrtat Hitry, "Twenty Tears of Con gress." and hjs later book, "Political Discus sions." Oav j.roMectus lor the three books. 1 . . 1 1 ! i V IF fj.fca ri.'An jL" wi x Is .m. , . . . H. learby. The Henry Kill Pttb. Co., Norwich, Conn. REJUVENATE! (- I Spring: is here. 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WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING: ICE-CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, ELK Window Screens, Screen Doors, Oil Stoves, Tin Chamber Set?, Etc. s is WE ALSO HAVE A sl'd( K OF HAFiTHAN WIRE FENCE, WIRE TREE GUARDS, BARB Wl Poultry Wire Netting, Screen Wire, Lime, Ceuaent, Lawn Mowon, AMI A ri l.L i.im: Ol JBXTXI- 3F3C AHDWARE TOWN RJSIU GOUKTRY PAIItfT IS THE BEST AND CHRAPEST. ( Al l. AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, Main Street, Durham, N. C. Appreciating the varied wants of our patrons we are prepared to supply IGVGLES At all prices and for all classes of riders. We have a carefully selected line and ur price? are Popular. m We want an Active Agent in every town in Nrtn Carolina. ' GONZALES & WITHERS, The North Carolina and Newport News o- CAPITAL STOCK, 1"0,000.00. o Far value $100 per share, fully paid with $60 in 20 month OFFICKKS. B. L. DUKE, Pretideat, Durham. W. - II A LLI BURTON, Sec , Dorbta LEO D. BEARTT, Treasurer, Duriiani J. S. LIPSCOMB, QtU. Man r, Durum -o- Chartered under the Laws of tin- State of North Carolina -o- Iot3 at hunted Having purchacti oatrighl 17 of the most beautiful nndle- n at Newport News, for a stiort time only the Company oncn for n.i ninnhM nf it hares of stock on the following ea.-y payment- t . . . wv.-. ..u.. .v.. - . - - -.., tnm per hare ca.-h. 5.00 in one month, 5.00 in two monws, months, then $5.00 per share every two months until lw.00 -been paid. INVESTMENT SAFE, ATTEACTIVE, PROFITABLE. Fur Prospectus aud particulars apply to Office up stairs, MaDum building. General Manager-