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TH.J5 DURHAM DALLY GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 9.
Ihe Ilurham gaitl? lobe. By AL FAIRBROTHEK. The Gmbe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu 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. Globe telephone, No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Addrcxs all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The GLOBE is entered at the postolfice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, N. C FRIDAY, JUNE 'J, 1893. THE GLOBE FOR 183 Will call things by their real names and name them properly. Ir, guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion of all other papers in the county. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity ot the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. VK STORY OF E DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt sayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Lei me show joy," said jre Eddytor. "I will pvtl 1 lyne In ray papyr and not charge yov a pennie." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will sec." So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr: WANTED OOOOE. JOHN JONES, -'"tf Old Street. Now t liapened that t(Mi Peple eache brovghtea Dogge on ye next daye thereafter, si i thai Mister Jones I which w;is ye Merchant t's nayniet was overrvnne with Dogges. "Synee there are so manye Dogges,'1 said he, "I thynke l myght make some byiness and will glvo you :i pennie for cache Dogge." Ve people tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge hecavse there were so manye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynnod ye tint Dogges and made booteaand gloves from ye hxi hydes and tins ma yd A II tO PORTVNE and thereafter added t yt by advertizing in ye Eddytor's papyr. American Grocer. IT WOULD appear that the old F rd theatre was a place for tragedies. Mu. Siiinn need not feel at all bad. Mouse, with his telegraph, was or.ee voted a fool. Tin-: Fourth of July will not be wildly celebrated in this city. Christmas seems to be the Durham holiday. The last observation made at this office, prove to us that the peach (Mop is safe unless a late frost catches it. It is a pity that Ford's theatre did not fall the night before .1. Wilkes Bootb made his lasl appearance on the stage. Wl WOULD like to know, in a glad wild way, just what the people who rung Siiinn off, know about oratory, any how. Because of the hard times Foun's theatre collapsed yesterday in Washing ton. Let calamity howlers make a note of tliis. Mr Jerome Down accepts a chair in Trinity college. .Just so the professor refrains from making verso, all will be forgiven. In TURK IMS Siiinn down there was much of idiocy but more of absolute bra zenness. What did the crowd know about oratory. Bo FAR as Durham is concerned, com mencement days are over. Now that all have commenced, let us hope that they will finish up the busine-s. i nwsB n u4 ii awl iuiiuv. liuus uu ora I tory are requested to keep still until an- I other chance to get a Innity man who has studied the business. A few Black atonists will try to hear the ca9e. c vSSfe IT WAS WRONG. Trinity college invited the people of Durham to attend its commencement ex ercises. Trinity college, In inviting the people to be present, gave those people a right to express an opinion as to the merits or demerits of those who con tended for distinction. Without any apology, and indeed, when facts which constitute matters of com mon notoriety are discussed, no apology can be demamded, The Globe desires to say that the people of Durham are justly indignant at the result of the decision of the learned ones who handed down the Absolute in yesterday's oratorical con test. In the first place, it would be the heighth, breadth, depth, length, thick ness and compactness of leering idiocy to say that either Messrs. Heitmah, Hall, Sheppe, Ballard or Cheatham did have or do have any respectable ac quaintance with the art of oratory. Not one of these men ever posed as orators: and no one of them ever made a speech that has been recorded or that has at tracted attention in any way. Tiie fact of the business is, they are not engaged in oratory, and the probabilities are that they know nothing about oratory. As TnE Globe understands it, the contest was a contest of oratory. That is to say, several gentlemen in a class, each in his mind, believing himself the Demosthenes of the time, proposed to enter the arena and exhibit his talent. There is in the laws of human nature a bit and parcel of the thing called justice. Lawyers harangue jur ies. They cite pre cedents and quote authority. The quirks and quibbles of the lawyers move a man as do also the other little yet artful styles of legerdemaine of tongue. Juries are convinced, judges are satisfied, and Ihe prisoner at the bar takes his medicine like a little man and does what the judge tells him to do. But back from the judge's bench ; back from where the lawyer works his cue ! back from where the abashed and intimi dated witness has given his testimony, sits another court a court always in session, a court whose opinion is not to be questioced, and a court where favors are unknown and that is the court of Public Opinion. And this court, sitting yesterday in Stokes hall sitting there not hampered by the legal quibbles of the one nor the moral quibbles of the other, said that the man Shinn was the fellow who did the business, was the man entitled to the honors. If oratory was to be considered, and that was the way the programme read, then we hold that orators should have cast the die If orators were not availa ble to act as judges on this occasion, then it seems to us that an audience of those present, and not three or four of that au dience, should have determined who was entitled to the honors and who made the best talk. The consensus of opinion says that Shinn was the man who won the laurels. And for men like Sueppe, Ballard, and others to award a medal to a man because they did not know what they were doing, is another of the glaring in consistencies of which Trinity college is guilty. After being awarded the medal, Tur ner, iu the same stupidity which cbara3 terized his speech, failed to have the good manners to rise from his chair when his fraudulently obtained medal was given him. He was a beautiful object, yet no less beautiful than the crowd of orators who voted it to him. Long live the orators, because they really approximate what we linguists call a Speaking Silence. T B H Y AKE TOO COMMON. And now comes a Mr. Reynolds, and in justice to himself, and to tue public, and to Captain Goslin, of the Winston Republican, and says that he wrote the letters which awpered Sheriff McAr Tm;K, and which were the cause of Mu Goslin getting whipped. This is something in the the nature of an ante-mortem statement. It is like the statement of a man who confessed with tears iu his eyes that he shot a fellow af ter another man had been hanged for it. Iiut anyhow, there are too many people always rushing into print, and doing so with the express understanding that their names are not to be used in anyway. If a man has anything to write for a paper he should write it and sign his name. If he simply has information which the editor might want, he should only venture to impart that information and let the said editor suit himself as to ascertaining all the facts. If he does not, and if he imposes on the editor and upon the public, then the editor should tell the infuriated man who thinks he has been slandered, who the author is, and let the i. m. pound the stuffln' out of the other fellow. Editors should write and never fight which is a poem. The New York Morning Advertiser celebrated its second anniversary yester day. It came out in a colored title page, with new head and other decided im provements. In some sections in the South The Advertiser is not loved, but that is all right. All men are entitled to opinions. Our opinion is that The Advertiser is the brightest, sauciest, newsiest paper coming out of New York. It is not a blanket sheet it is not rilled with sensations bui it prints real news, and its editorial page is always able. So far as its talks about the South ate cor -cerned, we are not going to believe all that it says. Long may The Advertiser and its gifted editor Colonel Cockekill live and prosper. In TnE matter of good roads, the com- ' missioners are supposed to art in the in- i terest of the people. What we want is economy. Good roads mean economy. A rock crusher will give us good road?. When the awarding committee on oratory comes in, we smile to see so many statesmen. Of course they know oratory when they E3TMeet It In The Street. Suppose Siiinn would try to make a speech. And suppose the crowd of ora tors would judge him who did judge him. Oh, well, Shinn is not an orator. AT RANDOM. Oh, I can sing the old songs, And I will sing them loud. If those who'll face the music Will make for me a crowd. And it is 'o be hoped that all will not speak at onco. Col. 3am Adams, who went to Hilteboro, and who was in bad health, evaporated. The next issue of Saturday Niht will con tain a True Story by Col. C. T. Postxey. John Jon es, who was photographed by Coir ONEL Shfppe, says that the picture printed looks just like he doesn't. GKOROI Hardin has a race horse which will run a mile in Two Weeks lor money, marble or chalk. When you see a woman with an umbrella, you can bet your life that she has not stopped since leaving the house. She will leave the umbrella at the first stop. The crand jury has finished its labors. Smoke still smokes, and that is the end of that. The man who gets in front of a locomotive and stands there, will not live to gee the loco motive get in front him. But his friends will. The Public Printer. I Washington Evening News. i It has been suggested that the presi dent is rather inclined to view with fa vor the appointment of a southern man as public printer. It has been urged that the great majority of the chiefs and mi nor appointees in the government print ing office would come from the East and West, and that therefore matters should be somewhat equalized by giving to the South the principal appointment. The fact that there are two candidates from North Carolina might perhaps tend to militate against the chances of either, but it is understood that one of them stands ready to drop out of the race in the event that the other seems to have a show for winning. North Carolina has two candidates, both of whom are practical printers and men of executive ability. One is Mr. I. Abner Harrell, of Weldon, N. C, who, it is said, runs the largest job printing establishment in the southern states. The other is Mr. N. B. Broughton,of Raleigh? N. C , who also runs a large job office. W. P. Drop, druggist, Springfield, Mass, writes: "Japanese Pile Cure has cured lady T years afflicted; could not walk half mile in last : years ; now walks any distance." Sold by YY. M. Yearby. ALL ORGANIZED. The Local Foard of the United Banking and Building Co. Is Organized. We take very great pleasure in giving the local board of the United Banking and Building Co , Richmond, Ya , at Durham. X. C: OFFICERS. J. T. Pinnis, president. V. II. Proctor, vice president. E. C. Murray, secretary and treasurer. F. L. Fuller, attorney. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. W. M. Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. I). Gorman, C. C. Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E. G. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, EL X. Snow, T. J. Winston. Major H. II. Boons, State Azent. It Goes Without Saying that Doughty's line shoes, in elegance of design, artistic workmanship and com fortable rits, surpass any manufacture of like good in the state. A new lot of seasonable material just in, and your or-1 dera are respectfully solicited. P WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." The Man with a Long Face. BEECHAM'S PILLS will c sre his E:i. lou and Xerroni Disorders, rising from a Weak tStomach, Impaired JDigc at ion, Const I prx- tlon, or a Torpid Liver. Ome dose will oftentimes rtliere Sick II end ache in twentj minutes. Of all druggists. Price 25 cenu a box. 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