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THE JDUKHAM DALLY GLOBE, MONDAY, JUNE 26. gthf Burhaw ttoito 6lob. IJy AL FAIKUKOTHEK. The Gix)bf ia published every day Sunday excepted; and delivered by carrier at $0.00 a year, or 50 cents a mouth. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page iruper, 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, . C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postofticc, Dur ham, N. C as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, N. C. MONDAY, J INK 26, 1803. THE GLOBE FOR 181K5 GOOD ENOUGH. From the official report concerning Trinity college, and its conditions, we find this pleasant reference to Dr. J. F. CllOWELL : "After thorough investigation and care ful consideration of all interests of the college at the late commencement, the trustees became more firmly convinced that the services of Dr. Crowell as president of the institution were too valuable to be lost ; and by unanimous vote requested him to withdraw his res ignation which he had tendered to the board." This he did in consideration of the confidence expressed by the board, and remains president of Trinity college, more strongly than ever intrenched in the high esteem of all the friends of the institution. A GOOD MOVE. A vote of thanks is due Judge Rogek A. PBTOR. He refused to instruct the jurors in the Pollock case not to read newspapers. He held that as intelligent men they ought to read the daily journals. The judge's theory is that a man who cannot be trusted to read newspapers hasn't sense enough to justly weigh testimony. And the judge is right. New York Sunday Advertiser. That is the way to talk it. The jury system is one of the most unreasonable in this country, anyway. A man must swear, before he is a competent juror, that he has no opinion ; has heard nothing about a case which has excited universal comment ; that he will go by the evidence and then he hears the lawyers har- rangue him as an intelligent man, and he thinks he is. Judge Pryor is to be congratulated. He is opening the way to a path where intelligence will sit in the jury box and where common sense will aid in return ing a verdict against the accused. The signs of the times indeed srrow brighter. wages keep pace with prices during pe riods of paper inflation, whether im proved machinery has reduced the cost of living and given the laborer more com forts and higher wages." IT WHOOPS IT UP. The New York Morning Advertiser continues to whoop it up to the South, and yells about the southern press de fending the slave holders' rebellion. That slave-holders' rebellion was on some thirty years ago, and because an honest southern press objects to a pension roll numbering more names than were found on the .northern army roils. Colonel Cor KEP.iLL sees nothing but defense for the "slave-holders' rebellion." The pension system is fraudulent, and this is known and almost universally ad mitted. But f jr bitterness and almost, we were about to say, brutality, when the South is mentioned. Colonel Cot kerill takes the bakery, the baker and the oven. TriE GLOBE ventures the opinion that in the South there is just as much hon esty, as much decency nd as much good fellowship as can be found north but The Advertiser would be without red hot subjects to write its lurid stuff upon, if it would come into camp, be honest and admit that all the people down this way were not jackals and hyenas. REJUVENATE! o- Will call things by their real names ami 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. YE STORY OF YE DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyine a Merchant! ayd too an Bddytor, "1 io;in't thynke adver tising payes." "Let me show yov," said ye Bddytor. "I will pvtt 1 lyric in my papyr and not charge yov a pennie." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will sec." So ye Bddytor pvtte ya line in his papyr: llfAXTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 353 ff Mid SI reel. Now yt hapened that 4mm Peple cache brovghteu Dogge on ye nexl daye thereat tor, so that Mister Junes (whieh was ye Merchantt's naynte) was overrvnne with Dogges. "8ynce there arc main e liogges," said he, "I thynke I myghi make some byinesa and will givoyouH pennie for cache Dogge." Ye people tooke ye pennie each l or ins Dogge becavse then' were so manye Dogges, and Mfeter Jones skynned ye 4 m i Dogges and made 1 tesand gloves from ye iut hydes and thvs mayd A II l; KORTVWE and thereafter added to yt by advei t izmg in ye Eddyror's papyr. American Grocer. Ik Duhhasi expects to make any noise the Fourth of July, the time is now to make arrangements. The pleasant showers and cool nights make this part of the country really de lightful at this time of year. Tiik British steamship which sank last week cost four millions of dollars. Pretty good wad that, to go to the bottom of the sea. And in the eve of some bigger than the 436 souls which perished. A Nt w York man bad his second wife arrested for stealing his baby by his tirst wife The second wife claimed to be ready to prove that the child was not his ah well, people should keep our Gf court. In tuksk days of many excursions it may not be out f place to suggest that all who can afford a day or two off should buy a ticket f,r some point. All this worry and hurrv does Dot pay, one of these days the jig will be up. and that ends it. 1 1 1 i I ) TIMES. And now on every hand we hear much said about hard times. The millionaire talks i, the gentleman in easy circum stances regrets it, the laborer who gets a dollar a day when he works talks less about yet feels it all the more. Times have been hard and times have been easy for hundreds of years. The whole fault of the business is, that men make hard times. They inflate values and count their precious stuff by the thousands when they should count it by the hundreds. They allow their capital to grow timid when it approaches a bar gain, and when, like a sneaking bull dog, it once fastens its fangs, it becomes the boldest and most vicious thing on earth. The business world makes good times or hard times, and if at the present time all would see the bright prospect just ahead there would be less flurry and there would be no worry. "Hard times" is a grim and gaunt wolf that prowls wherever you toss him a crumb. Chase him off the plantation. GO I P. THOU BALD HEAD. Somewhere in Holy Writ we read about a certain colonel who was told by a crow ci of festive kids to "go up, thou bald head." And whether the cuss went up or not we are uninformed at this writing, but certain it is that two she bears came from the woods round about and chewed into mince meat forty and two children. Hut that was in the long ago years be before the pension commission com menced to give bald headed men four dollars a month. From an article published elsewhere to day, it will lie noticed, and the New York Morning Advertiser is asked to take particular notice of the fact, that bald-headed men who were asked to go up under a republican administration, got back pay and four dollars a month. There were no she bears coming out of the bushes just a crowd of pension sharks not to eat those who gave the invitation, but to chew up the southern press which dares appose the vicious robbery. All the lame aud halt ami blind will be found on the pension rolls before the investigation is completed. It is well that the bald headed pensioners who at tend female minstrel performances are about to be stricken from the pension rolls Tiik railroad company discharges men who refuse to confront what any man would deem almost certain death, to save some of their old locomotive?. That is really tuff If there had been negligence on the shifting engine, the whole crew could not have been guilty. But then corporations, like republics, are ungrate ful. AT RANDOM. Mr. John IT.tngcvfovd proprl ;tor ol the fine livery stable at the West End !. t I, ElBtira, VS. V-. says Hood's Sarsapa r iws irav ahead of anything he ever took for troublt a won te Liver and Kidneys ... v. .tMil fiw 'finer ttmp until ho -s Sarsaparilla and was .completely i in . Other memoers oi uis uubuj mmv mmm Hood's Sarsaparilla ... .... ... i A. I and r.r highly gratmeu wwn in peanut HOOD'S P'.LLS "re mild, gentle, painless, eaie and efficient cathartic. Always reliable. 25c good jbread jbe- fczstrsfj hut Ai's fb ooof;, but wa,s iirojd and sicofJe. he bought Cotbleie hewSiorfehi'm and The old songs they are much to me --The old song gray and hoary -The reason for this se&'ms to be That the dinger's gone to glory ! Col. Frank Heartt says that Col. Tom Farthing will have exclusive control of the Rooster Powder laboratory. To crush my heart would be real tuff, Alas ! indeed, 'twould leave a load- Why cannot grief find work enuff To crush some rock upon the road ? The above was written by Col. A. H. Stokes last night, just after letting his pet wild-cat loos. Anyone can see that he was trembling and excited, yet his proposition about the r ek crusher should have some weight. 0 0 0 1 thonght if i should lose my leg, The grief and sorrow would be much, Vet still I drink no bitter dreg My Leg, it was a wooden crutch ! The above is from an album of song by Col. Frkd Grkkk and dedicated to Col. Pat Luns eori, who wears wooden legs. Col. J. A. Mosxey, the gentleman who was drowned yesterday, called this morning and insisted that he was living. This may or may not be true. We have sent a special reporter to the scene and if it is discovered that Colonel Moselev is giving us stuff with a string to it. we shall bury him at sunrise. His denial has the shade of that which is not true clustering to it. We still believe that In- is dead. Dk. .Johnson says that he proposes now to fence his lisli pond, and raise Large and Tempt ing frogs from this on till fiill. er; be- . i more Than e. Cause 5fte tac(e belter fooJ,and he could eat if Wiihout xhy urtjbfeajanl f. iv t. if oner crreci. Vovr Hna found Ta BEST. most heltkful sfrort- Spring is here. Ripe time for rejuvenation. Nn na of Tonics, Physics, etc. Try the grand feeling of NEW CLOTHES! NEW NECKWEAR ! NEW FURNISHINGS ! The latest and newest in everything. Clothes are not all alike, no more than men. Gill's have char acter, qualities that will exhilerate you. They Cost No More Than Ordinary Clothes, bit They Loot Different. In fact wear our Clothes anl you'll IVel As if you could conquer the world and you will. Hats -The latest, all shapes. Furnishings New. stylish, handsome and cheap. Clothes For boys and men, all prices, all styles. Clothes Ready to wear or made to measure W. A. SLATER A. CO 100 West Main Street, Durham, X. C. rr TX3Ilisr THE Mercury Runs in Nineties t You Will Need Goods to Salt the Weather. o WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING: ICE-CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, fly FANS. Window Screens, Screen Doors, Oil Stoves, Tin Chamber Sets, Etc. WE Al.so HAVK A STOCK OF HARTMAN WIRE FENCE, WIRE TREE GUARDS, BARB WIRE Poultry Wire Netting, Screen Wire, Li mo, Cement, Lawn Mower?, AM) A I I LL LIME OF TOWN AMD COUNTRY PAINT is tiik !;x:st am cheapest. Al l. AT c 70; LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, Main Street, Durham, N. Made oniv bv N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. Tiik general reporta from t!l over the country point to lett'r time. t;okl is coming from Europe und our wheat is going to Europe. It all win lemember the advice of S r. Paul and keep a stiiT upper lip u few more, days or weeks per haps the much feared panic will have p isst-ii aw a The county commissioner meet the third of .July ami there will he more talk about the rock crusher. The evidence so far in is conclusive that it would be economy to buy the machine. We need better roads, and the only way to get them is to do solid and substatial work. To do solid and substantial work a rock crusher is absolutely necessary. TRICKS AMD WAGES. The government has issued and will soon distribute a comprehensive work showing the course of prices and wages for half a century. It is a report of the special committee of the senate commit tee on finance, the facts having been sup plied largely by the government commis sioner of labor, whose authority is re garded with favor by men of all parties. For the purposes of this report the agents of the bureau of labor in every part of the country collected the prices Of 223 distinct articles for ism and car ried their comparisons hack as fir as possible toward 1840. The lists cover a gnat variety cf manu factured articles as well as agricultural products and raw materials, aud enable one to trace a distinct difference in the range of prices of articles constantly cheapened by improved machinery and those which are growing dearer by the high rental of land. According to a Washington dispatch half the problems of economic science will be illuminated , bv the masses of figures presented, j "Whether gold has really appreciated in fable, whether silver has remained a i truer standard of prices, whether a de preciated currency enhances prices be yond the premium on gold, whether Gets a Pension for Baldness. Washington, June 24. The bald headed pensioner mentioned by Repre sentative Tarsney, of Missouri, in the house last February, has just been found. While criticising General Raum's man agement of the pension office Mr. Tarsney said : I speak nut in jest, but in sober truth unci from the record when I declare to this house and to the country that pensions have been granted on account of loss of hair on account of baldness. Think of the diminishing effect up-n a man's capacity to earn a support by manual labor that must result from the dis ability of baldness ! A week later Commissioner Haum, who said the records had been examined, denied Mr. Tarsoey's statement. Mr. Tarsney then aid he would not make public the name of his informant, who was a medical examiner, and would be dismissed if his name was published. On March 2, Dr. Warren Holt, of Mis souri, who had given Mr. Tarsney his i information, was dismissed from his posi j tion as a medical examiner "for cause." I l)r- Holt was not able to point out any instance where a pension had been granted for baldness, though he was posi tive there was one. Yesterday the case I was discovered. Allen G. Peck, of company H, First lihode Island Lirht Artillery, was al lowed a pension on October, 19, iSfu. I Certificate No. 870,175 wa- issued to him and the case was ordered to be deted from M rch t, 1884, and the arreara-es at $4 a month amounted to about $364. The records of the pension bureau de veloped the fact that no other cause wa given as the reasv n for the allowance of Mr. Peck's claim than the ' loss of hair ; result of typhoid fever." As an act of justice Judge Lochren will recommend to the secretary of the interior the reinstatement of Dr. Holt as a medical examiner. Congressman Tarsney would doubtless join in the re quest, but he is now travelling in Europe. COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old tihvsician. fttWiWlh monthly by thousands of La- aus. jsmconiy periectly sare ered. Beware of unprincipled . : . mu;sis nuu oner inienor rnodlcmes in place of this. Ask for Cook's Cotton - .. . " vju r,u, mice tiu auosucuie, or inciose si ana o cents In postage in letter, and we will send, sealed. -j v-"" "luiu run tseaiea particulars mpiain . - . iwuei oniy, a stamps. No. 3 I islier Ulock, Detroit, J&ich. r?""lJ in Durham and everywhere by VALUABLE DURHAM PROPERTY ! MORTGAGEE'S SALE ! By virtue of the mortgage deed l'rora John 8. Lockhart and wife to J. S. Carr, dated the 1 -it h dilV of NIVCrnliT- IKSS u-hih ilulr rrir- tetered in book No. 12 ( mortgages), pagi-a y: tu '., id me oir.ee ot the register ol deeds for Durban) county, and pursuant to the power of sale thereto granted, the undersigned will, on SIGYG We believe in nuielr sales ;ml smal trfir fur tin - i - - - - m w m mb I i m s cash. Installment dealers have to make the good cus- IVIonday, the 4th Day of Sept., '93, tomers pay for the losses on the had ones. We want only tlie good customers and customers who have the cash hut then we sell them cheap. If you want a Bicycle, and want to pay cash, it will pay yon to trad1 with us. SONZALSS WITHERS, at l-' o'clock ql, at the court iiouse door in I'lir 111). .( U.. S :tt nil ilii :iiirluin tn thn Durhest bidder, thfl fnllnwlnv -i-i I i nln. aoie nn iro ci rci pst.itc sim.ti'i mt intaun . . . i . L k - . -. 01 uui iuiu, a. l,.. to-wit : 1. The "TilK RANIfKR WARRHAIiaR lAt I . which fronts on the north sirl. i,t Mtiin street and runs across from Main street to l il t't ii street :4nd twn f2l ehj.ins unri twnntv. eilit 88) links, or alxjut one hundred and fifty i ISO) feet wide. Said warehouse lot is situate) in the very centre ot th" business portion of Durham and offers a splendid opport unity lor iu esitneut. 2. Th" Y A TKIND HTRKRT PRI7I HOI . LOT, 1. ou ii. led on the north by VV. K. Cooner's lor. on rfie w-.r hv it : ij-.t u. itt on the south by W'atkins street, and on the east by Foster street, containing one-third of an acre, more or less. This property js also iaoramy located and is very valuable. 3. The "J. S. LOCKHART KKSI DKNCE Lot." ?ifuitted at what may be called the east end of Mam street in Durnam. and containing oue acre, more or less. adjoiniUK the residence lots Of S. T. MorkAin :inl .1 S I'.irr This lot has a very choice location, is well improved. ami uw res: u-iice anu improvements tnereon are in oxi condition, onenng to the pur chaser :in '!itnbl. UwtlAn un I nrp rf f h n .,,. convene-nt knd comfortable family residences in uurnam. TEBHS OF gALTE One-half cash and the balance on a credit of six months, with inter est on deferred payment at H per cent per an num i nun uy ot sue. i itie reeervea as secu rity lor deterred pajinent. J. 8. CARS. Dur'n im. X. C. June Pi. if nrtfp f i The North Carolina am Newport News Co, r CAPITAL STOCK, 1150,000.00. -o Par value $100 per share, fully paid with $6( I in 20 months OFFICERS. R r. rtl'ITG PmMi :, .1 .... w If I I intTDTAW c..,. iin.i'.m mm v. v i . . a i ' ill i ijaill. if . u.iitjiliil. lll.r., t im .. LEo I. HEARTT, Treasurer, Durham, t J. 8. L1PSCOM , Oeo Man'r, Ourhan. -o- PLASTICO! For nicest and best ! rjSl PLASTICC. Cau be L-id at J. T. YOMBLE'S General Hardware and Steve Store. Sole Agxnt for Plastico in Durham. Chartered under fche Law- of the Starr of Nin th Jarolina Having purchased outrilit 1T of the most beautiful and desirable lots at 'ewort News, for a RBOrt time only the Companj oilers for into 1 hunted number of its iharci of stock on the following easy payment-: 15.00 per share ca.-h, $5.00 in one inohth, 5.00 in two moutb.s, $5.00 in Ihrec months, then per share every two month until 0.00 .-hall have been paid. INVESTMENT SAFE, ATTRACTIVE, PROFITABLE. For Prospectu? and particulars apply to T. S. LIPSCOMB, Office up stairs, Mangum building. General Manager.