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liy AL FAIKBKOTHEK. The Globe 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 lrge 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 postolficc, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, N. C. TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1808. THE GLOBE FOB 1893 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 in the county. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. YK STORY OV YK DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt sayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't 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 Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr: WANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 253 old Street. Now yt hapened thai 4hi Peple eache brovghte a Doggeon ye next daye thereafter, so thai Mister Jones (which was ye Merchantt 's nayme) was overrvnne with Dogges. "Synce there are so manye Dogges," said lie, "I thynke I myght make some byiness and will givo you a pennie for eache Dogge." Ve people tooke ye pennie each lor his Dogge becavse there were so manye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye kki Dogges and made hoot es and gloves from ye KKI hydes and tin s ma yd A IJlG FORTVSE and t herea fter added to yt by advert izmg in ye Edtlytor's papyr. American (irocer. Fresh oysters are served raw this time of year. There is much difference between bathing in the surf and floundering in the soup. ... - The evidence up to the hour of going to press is to the effect that the peach crop is safe. There is a loud clamor in Washing ton for some one to fix the blame on some one else for the Ford theatre disas ter. What The Globe said about hood lums, it meant, and it thinks the mayor should see to it that entertainments by home people are protected. - - And now the picnic and excursion epidemic is on. Let ii remain on, just so long as the children and the young folks can enjoy themselves. - - - The Washington newspapers are rais ing money to help the families of the un fortunate victims of the frightful Friday disaster. The l'ost has raised $10,000 while The News has done an invaluable service. This is highly commendable. It is now disclosd that the report that the Pacific Mail has settled its dif ferences with the Panama railroad and will resume control of the isthmus route is without the slightest foundation. It was apparently given to the public for the sole purpose of shaking confidence in the North American Steamship company and making it dillicult for the new line to secure contracts with shippers. It is evident that the transcontinental roads are ready to resort to desperate measures to break down the formidable opposition arrayed against them. TELE AS TO KXCUBSIOKS. This is the season when the excursion to the mountains or seaside, the Sunday school picnic excursion, and excursions of all kinds and styles offer an opportu nity for the busy man and the man of small means to take his family out of town for a day, and away from the hum drum monotony of the every day worka day world, and enjoy a quiet hour in the green fields. As often as the warm June and July days bring the advertised excursion, they bring with it the sordid, calculating money-saver who sends up his feeble voice against this reckless expenditure on the part of the community, which, instead of devising schemes to bring money to the town, is trying, it seems, to see how much it can send away. This old complaint about the cost to the city of these popular outings has been made year after year. Yet the ex cursion has never ceased to run and, with a few exceptions, has been beneficial in many ways to thoSfe who have profited by it. And why should it not? People who can see no further than the dimes and dollars which are perhaps left with the hotel proprietor or merchant of some other town on account of the cheap rates which the excursion offers as an induce ment to try new scenes, lose sight of the hundreds saved in druggists' accounts and doctors' bills by this same day off with its freedom from business cares and its wrholesome recreation. The man or woman who is deluded into thinking that hands and brain can work always, and that a good constitu tion cannot be overtaxed, will sooner or later be undeceived. And wholesome diversion is no less essential to a healthy physical or mental activity, and especially the latter, than food and drink. Young and old alike require it, and young and old alike should have it. The summer excursion, because it gives to the poor man the opportunity for seeing a great deal for very little money, and for crowding a week's en joyment into one day has come to be recognized everywhere as a public good. The tired book-keeper, the pale shop girl, the worn out business man of every profession, the invalid wife and the deli cate children, all feel better all summer for this glimpse of outside life and look forward to the excursion as the crown ing event of the season. And so Tue Globe says, let the ex cursion come let the people patronize it and let us get all the enjoyment out of life possible. The miserly old fogy who had rather stay at home and hoard his few sordid dollars than to enjoy himself, has a right to do so, but a large majority of the American people agree that the excursion is a good thing, and so, we re peat, let it come. A BLATANT ASS. A man Dunn, who holds a job under the democratic administration, said, when hearing that the old Ford theatre had fallen and killed a crowd of clerks, that he was sorry that pensioners, instead of pension clerks, had not been killed. This stupid, brutal and fiendish remark is taken up by the New York Morning Adver tiser as a fair specimen of utterances end nating from tne democratic party. But this is unfair, unjust aud unreason able. All parties have their knaves and asse?, and if Dunn said what it is re ported he did say, he is the most con spicuous and sorry ass of the nineteenth century. No honest democrat enTTOrses such a statement ; no honest man, and there is no political complexion to honesty, ever wished for the death of anyone, and to attempt to make a great party responsi ble for the utterances of a fool, would be to place all parties in jeopardy. Dunn is a weak minded chump who talks without thinking. Nature was lav ish when she gave him mouth, and see ing he had so much, reasoned that she would give him no brain. Accordingly the dunce says things which a sane man would not say, and it is very far fetched in republican papers to place on the shoulders of the democratic party, the burden of carrying all the fools in the country. Some of them may be found in other parties. IN HAM All. The latest advices from Honolulu state that Minister Blount has intimated that a protectorate for the Hawaiian is lands is the proper thing to look for. Ac cording to one correspondent Mr. Blount favors a protectorate of the pres cut government, which shall guard it as well from in'erference abroad as from revolution at home, and the same au thority states that he is convinced of the unselfishness and integrity of the men in control at Honolulu, is in sympathy with the revolution, and has no thought of restoration. If the American minister is correctly represented in these reports he is certainly not carrying out the spirit of his instructions as understood in this country. The understanding here has been that the minister was not to inter fere at all in the political affairs of Ha waii ; that he was to occupy a position of absolute neutrality between the parties, his duties being limited to securing pro tection, in any event, to American inter ests and to preventing the interference of any other foreign power in the politi cal affairs of the islands. If he has coun seled or suggested a protectorate he has gone beyond his authority as the Ameri can people have understood it. It is proper to observe, however, that these reports come from sources which are in DURHAM DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY, JUNE 13 1 . " ' hearty sympathy with the provisional government and have always advocated the policy of annexation so that their credibility is open to doubt. THERE IT GOES AGAIN. Well, anything the matter with this weather? June has rolled around with her roses and her rare days. Likewise her mellow, moon-lit nights are here, and the individual who cannot extract vast comfort out of life must be a hardened wretch or a disgruntled democrat who can't see his way to worshiping Cleve land, and behind whose horizon the Btar of hope has set. New York Morning Advertiser. And there it goes again. The rare days of June ! Aye, Cockerill aren't they grand! The moon lit nights ? The laughing stream ? The great gray rocks? The wall-eyed 'skeeter P The festive fish and the purling brook ? The quiet walk? The shady nook? Ah, 'tis grand ! The beach the sounding sea the billows breaking in love's embrace upon the breast of the flimsy flounder? The job berwock and the sandhill crane? The gorgeous plumage of a setting hen, and the ten penny spurs of a cross eyed Leg horn cock ! Ah, and Ah, again these pastoral scenes, these pumkin pies these country picnics and these wooly skie3 ! The beef steak at hotels is rare, and so are the days in June ? And mellow and mellow are the nights and double a har vest moon? Let all these thinks and things slide gently, gently down the aisle of time let the beauty and the grandeur and mellow melody of the soft still nights float and fleet away and yet v.e wonder, we wonder as we sit here in a star lit room, just what and just when and just how Grover, Cleveland and his politics infernal or internal or other wise, has to do or may have to do or did have to do or can have to do with the bewitching beaut' of the gorgeous gran deur of these Jewhellikin days of June ! NOT THIS YEAR, A writer throws away a column of space to prove that profanity is on the decline. We fear that the gentleman is off his base, and very much so. Profanity is one of the great American institutions one of the things which is to conversation what italics and empha sis are to writing. It is not just what it should be, but we shall maintain that it is on the increase, and one of these days will be worse than Noar's flood. Women swear by using exclamatory sentences, such as "Consarn it," "Plague take it," etc. And so on and so on. The bold and vulgar man blurts out an oath as is an oath, and those with delicate ears are shocked. Profanity should decline, but we fear the proposition that it is declining is lost in the blatant blasphemy and inarticu late profanity offered up every day of our not precious lives. The postortice fight in Durham is over. All that is needed now is for gracious Grover to speak the name of the lucky man. And in these diys of doubts and misgivings the sooner he speaks the name the better it will be. The mail will con tinue to come, but unless Buck Black well is named, many people will wonder at the actions of ungrateful presidents the same as they have marveled at the ingratitude of republics. When the female minstrels come to town, we learn that some of the police almost fight to see which one shall pre serve order in the hall. When a home entertainment, which is refined and ele vating, is given, it seems that it would take a tight among 'em to induce a police man to visit the hall. Such is life in the mining towns but should not be in Du rbam. Caii't Lick 'Em Lincoln (Neb.) Herald. We ubserve, by the esteemed Xonh Carolina exchange which is edited by Col. Al Fairbrother, that, a sheriff down there licked an editor not long ago and the only consequence was that the bloody official was only fined $3. There must be something in a name, as the editor's name is Goslin. This incident, coming so hard upon the Memphis Fiasco, has a tendency to lower the reputation of the southern editor, and we demand that he kill somebody within'the next thirty days or take a placo beloA' the northern mud sill scribbler. A man cannot lick an ed itor in this latitude at any price. Whi n Baby as Ode, we g-a- e her Casr oria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, -Jie clung to Castoria. When she had Children, rhe gave th.-iu Castoria. AS WE GROW. The Boom Now on Those Who Are la 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 cr young, who expects to ever own a home, to secure it now while it is within his reach. Dr. J. L. Watkius is building houses on very desirable lots and selling on easy terms to a number cf our ypung 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. Japanese Pile Cure is the only one that can be guaranteed, as it is the only cure. Sold by W. M. Year by. I AT RANDOM. Ii w Ha kris once a fishing went, I think the stall was No. 4 : "rVas there he coughed up his last cent And carried with him fish galore ! - And he says that that is the Iteal way to go rishing. 1 It may be true that some people are In town to-day. but it is also true that most people in town are out of town to-day. Dr. Arch.Cheatham says that he used to eaf:h lish at Henderson, but always caught them in the woods. He says that the idea which seems to prevail among some to the effect that fish are in the water, is false and misleading. This accounts for the poor luck which SO many tisli -rmen have had here of late. oi.onel, Postlev says that the city water should be used to grade the streets. Now this is a solution of a problem which lias long been perplexing. Sheriff Mark ham says that it is his opinion that there is no man in the moon. If there is, he says that he never pays his taxes. O. L. Rice, Mendota, 111 , writes : "Have used your Japanese Pile Cure and found it a sure and permanent cure." Sold by W. M. Yearbv. isn't in it It is just be cause "fnere is no hrd in iVa iTTOLEItfE' Hie. new shortening is so woncferfully o uar with housekeepers. OTTOtENE IS VUHE. i , , JPtiATE; Health- of ffie unpleasant odor Kecessanlv connected )nih i ard. Get Wie jehume. "fhY? is no real Substitute. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. t COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. Successfully used monthly by thousands of La dies. Is the only perfectly safe ered. Beware of unprincipled ... .u0 iu piauo ul mis. ask. iur touK s uono.i koot Compound, take no substitute, or inclose 81 and 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 Pond Lily Company. No. 3 tisher Block, Detroit, Mich. tdb Sold in Durham and everywhere by all responsible druggists. TYinrM MUM In 1 . ..: . a -1- M i-' THE BEST ARE CHEAPEST MILLER & DUKE MANUFACTURE AND SELL Only the Best ! IF VOl ARE GOING TO BUILD -AND El RID BRICK, ;i:t pricks of MILLER & DUKE North Durham Brick Yards. D R. 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, Bronchitis, Scrofula Constipation and Headache, Secondary and dons. Office over Jones' Jewelry Store' Offit hours, 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m., and f rSm 2 p m IU t . 111. Br 4 i urn Atvv i REJUVENATE! Spring' is here. Kipo time for rvenatiou. N0 of Tonics, Physics, etc. lry the grand t(1 feeling of NEW CLOTHESi NEW NECKWEAR! NEW FURNISHINGS)' The latest and newest in everything. Clothes are M all alike, no more than men. Olirs have chaiJ acter, qualities that will exhilerate you. They Cost No More Than Orflinary Clothes, bit Tkej Loot Hi In fact wear our Clothes and you'll feel As it you couhl conquer the world and you will, Hats The latest, all shapes. Furnishings New, stylisk handsome and cheap. ' 1 Clothes For boys and men, all prices, all styles. i Clothes Ready to wear or made to measun W. A. SLATER & CO. 100 West Main Street, Durham, W 2. I i LIS You Will WE ICE-CREAM FREEZERS, Window Screens, Scresn Doors, WE also in ii HARTMAN WIRE FENCE, WIRE TREE GUARDS, BARB Poultry Wire Netting, Screen Wire, Lime, Cement, Lawn Mowerp, AND A FI LL LINE Ol TOWN AND COUNTRY PAINT IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. CALL AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, Main Street, Durham, N. C. Appreciating the varied prepared to supply BICYCLES At all prices and for all classes of rider. We have a carefully selected line aud our prices M popular. We want an Active Carolina. GONZALES The North Carolina CAPITAL STOCK, $150,000.00. Par value $100 per share, fully paid with $G0in 2tmltk OFFICERS. B L DUKE, President, Durham. W. S. HALLIBURTON Lrblfr LEO D. 11EA.KTT, Treasurer, Durham. J. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen Chartered under the Laws Having purchased outright 178 of the most beaut:' 'foakji lots at Newport News, for a short time only the Company ... limited number of its shares of stock on the following easy i :: ' ' in tltf I per share cash, $5.00 in one month, $5.00 in two inontli- - months, then $5.00 per share every two months until 1 been paid. INVESTMENT SAFE, ATTRACTIVE, PROFITABLE For Prospectus and particulars Office up stairs, Mangum building. T7HEN rT23:E Mercury Runs in Nineties Need Goods to Suit the Weather. -o- OFFER THE FOLLOWING WATER COOLERS, FLI Oi! Stoves, Tin Chamber Sets, Etc. ham: a stock of wants of our patron we are , Agent in every town in v,,ni & WITHERS, and Ncwnort Jiwi ft -o- o- of the State of X' : 1 11 apply to j. to. J-jx-t General W Fffi