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TfcLJfi JDUltHAM DALLY (iJLOliJi, MONDAY, JULY 24.
flic Slurhnm Dailn lobe. IJy AL IAIilliKOTHKK. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted; and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a mouth. TnE 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. Oilice 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 postollice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class, I UKi I AM, X. C. MONDAY, JULY 2-1, lai. tiii: clou is i ok is'.r.i tX&Z ;- t"- C 5. ir-Jx-it Will call things lv their real name.- and name them j)roj)crly. 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 STOKY OF YE DOdGK. Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt saydtooan Kddytor, ' I don n't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let ine show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I will pvtt 1 lyne in my papyr and not charge yov a pennie." "All rijiht," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will see." So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr : "VI 7" -A NT EI) A IHXUU'v JOHN JONES, 253 Old Street. Now yt hapened that 4i0 lVple cache brovj-hte a Dorire on ye next dayc thereafter, so that Mister Jones t which was yo Merchantt's nayme) was overr nne with I)gges. "Synce there arc so nianye Duties," said he. "I thynkr I myht make some byiness and will you a pennie for cache Dogge."' Ve people tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge becavse there were so manye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye 4tK) Dogges and made boot es an 1 gloe.- from ye 4iH) hydes and thvs mayd A I!k; I'ohtvne and thenafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Eddytor's papyr. American Grocer. The indications sue that CJuovEuis fixing up a scliemc to please both the silver bugs and the gold bugs. If he can do that and rtstuie confidence, that is enough in this country. The Durham kids who are inclined to think that it is cheaper to steal water mellons than to raise thim or buy them, should take u lesson from the police court records this morning and act ac cordingly. The banks ate failing still, but when the business is traced to the fountain head it is generally conceded that dishonest ofli cials have hud about as much to do w ith the business as hard times or any other one thing. The total visible supply of cotton for the world is 2,r 1,077 bales, of which 2.1S0.T7 bales are American, against o, o il, 147, and 'J,5;i7,S47 bales respectively list year. Kiceipts of cotton this week at all interior tow ns, 4,oGl ba'cs. He ceipts from the plantations, Sl4 bales. Crop in ight b4!U,443 bales. The week's statement of the associated banks is as follows: lit serve increase, $:3,012,.V)0; loans decrease, $4,:)u8,00O; specie iccrvaso, $1,."S1,4j0; legal tenders decrease, .solKi.TOO ; deposits decrease, $:J,Glr,S0O; circulation increase, $120,000 The banks now hold 1 ,',V0,o40 below the requirements of the 23 per cent rule The World's fair docs not open oa Sunday now. All of Chicago saw the show on Sunday for '2o cents and the gates closed. That w as shrewd on Chi cago's part. Now if the railroads will , make some reduction of fare common ! people from elsewhere will o and look j at the business and pay 00 cents and be satisfied. PL Mm X'. --. ..;. -4. , '.. -J- a- HE GETS THERE. When Secretary Morton was made secretary of agriculture, he was but little know n to the southern press, as bis home and w ork had been in the west. The Globe assured its readers and contem poraries that a brainier or a bolder man could not have been called to the cabinet. And in this we were not mistaken. He has been doing some sweeping and some reforming in the department of agricul ture, the result of which has been the sav ing of much money to the government, with still more to be saved if his recom mendations le adopted. lie recently de cided to dispense with the inspection of meats shipped to some foreign countries, principally Germany and France, because thejr insisted on such inspections in con sequence of reports put in circulation that American pork was infected by trichina?, lie discovered on investigation that these inspections cost the government $224,495 in salaries paid to inspecting officers and 14,807 incidental expenses. The value of the meats purchased by those coun tries was only .j).j77,44.'J, while in the same time the meats scut to other coun tries not requiring inspection amounted to s.'i4,000,000. In other words the gov ernment paid 8 per cent of the total amount of the shipments to the countries requiring inspection and nothing on the $.34,000,000 sent to the countries not re quiring it. That was equivalent to pay ing the meat shippers 8 per cent bounty on the meat they shipped to Germany and France. J. Sterling Morton is clean, and he is honest, and he is able. The Globe rejoices over the fact that the newspapers of the country are giving him full credit for what he does and for what he is doing. TIIK MAN WITH TU10 KMX' It. The Xew York Morning Advertiser says -. "Three midsummer fools set out from this city one day last week to walk to San Francisco. One of them ha3 a patent Elixir which, he says, used in small quantities, supplies the place of food and enables one to get on with very little sleep lie and his companions ex pect to subsist on a pint or two of this valuable fluid during their long tramp. 1 Of all humbugs which have afllicted mankind after the conversion of base metals into gold there is nothing to equal the Llixir. Sangrado and every charlatan from the time of Adam has had a fewr marvelous drops which would prolong life or supp'y the place of food. Succt, the Italian faster, exploited one a few years ago, but nobodjr hears of his wondrous discovery now. It onty re quires about three years now to explode a humbug. "Despite all the remedial discoveries of the past hundred years there is about as much pain and disease in the world to day as there was in medheval times. Human longevity has not been improved on. The "cure-all" of ten years ago is now dust covered on the back shelves of the drugstores. Millions of dollars have been spent in popularizing marvelous remedies which had their vogue, inspired the world with hope, and are now in desuetude, and still poor old humanity eoes on grasping at new remedies and caddling the patent quack. Where be now your Uncle Jacob Townsend, w ho proclaimed "Joy to the world ; another life saved" on every bottle of his sarsa parilla ? And w here is the crude petro leum once sold at a dollar a bottle as an embrocation for the cure of rheumatism ? nd Gargling Oil, and Mexican Mustang Liniment, and Jayne's Anodyne and a thousand pills and nostrums which our former generation knew ? "Gone! And still humanity calls for its new remedies every day, surrounds them w ith childlike faith when they cure, and kicks them into oblivion when their efficacy is gone. And of all the quacks cheiished by mankind the man with the Elixir' is the prime favoiite." Di'ring the next three years or more the public will solicitously follow the three expeditions that within a few months will engage in the race for the north pole. The one under Dr. Nansen, a famous Norwegian, has already started, lie is sailing with new ideas on the most practicable methods of reaching the goal. He believes the vessel in which he is fitted out is one that cannot -e crushed in a moving field of ice. He will allow it to become thus imbedded, and his theory is that he will by this motive power be carried slowly but surely to his objective point. Lieutenant Peary, the most successful of modern Arctic explorers, w ho is almost ready to sail, will, after leaving his vessel at the most northern part of Greenland yet reached, travel overland to the ssras point of des tination. Mr Frederick G. Jackson, a plucky wealthy Englishman, who heads the third expedition, will try to make the northern point of Franz Josef land and undertake to complete the run to the pole with sledges and bouts which will be carried overland. The progress of each of these expeditions will be awaited with hopeful interest. Even if neither of them should attain its object of ambi tion the discoveries of each will doubt, less yield important knowledge in the domain of geographical science The directors of the Woilo's fair played a sorry card when they failed to get low rates from the railroads in ad j vance. lhe railroads generally suit themselves, and they seem to be doing so in the matter of transportation. AT 1IANDOM. llpl A hornet's nest was broken loose. Row Harris he did run And P- stt.ey yelled, "you si!!y goose. Why don't you get your gun y Rut it w-dl to ) late. The hornets stung llAHKisto death and on his tombstone we shall have engraved, "He will never walk from Fairntosh any more." And Jcuos Fkhkell will appreciate such an epitaj h. The n;xt thing we he?r of wiil Le the bust ing of the- um' erso. f Colon?: . Whitakek says that it will never rain again. A prophet like Whitakek gen erally knows what he is talking about. I!ut few worms are chewing tobacco this year. Col. J. W. Down, v. ho spent yesterday in Eno river, reports a pleasant time, had it not been for the snake?. .. - - l-itcrary Note. Mr. W. D. Ilowells' latest one scene play is called "Bride Koses," and appears in Harper's Magazine for August. L'u like Mr. Ilowells' previous plays, there is an element of tragedy iu ilJride Iioses." The action takes place in a florist's shop, and four characters are represented. Among the most noteworthy magazine articles of the year wiil be three papers written and illustrated by Edwin Lord Weeks, and describing the journey from the Black Sea to the Persian Gulf, on which Theodore Child lost his life. The first will appear in the October Harper's Magazine, and will be cal.ed "From Tre bizond to Tabreez by Caravan." The text is made up from Mr. Weeks' diary, and the illustrations, painted from sketches made along the way, are un usually strong and suggestive. Harper's Weekly for the coming week will contain an extensively illustrated article on the great National Yellowstone Park. There will be four full pages of illustrations. Ot-er timely subjects are the silver question in Colorado, with a portrait of Governor Waite, and a page of illustrations from photographs; a page of portraits of leading German politicians in the German reichtag who have been closely connected with the discussion cf the famous army bill ; and pictures re lating to the recent trouble between France and Siam. Harper's Bazar for July 29 will con tain :"Little Paul P ," a farce by Miss Grace L. Furniss, author of "A Box of Monkeys," and other popular plays for amateurs ; a short story by Howard Seely entitled "A Knight Errant of the Plains;" and the first of a short series of papers of great interest to ait amateurs and decoraters, entitled "The Elements of Floral Design," by Louis Mead. This series will be abundantly illustrated. The midsummer number of "Tales frcm Town Topics," including a $1,000 piize novel, "Six Months in Hades," is on the news stands, and is a very lively volume, particularly suited to the season, and a very engaging companion for a railroad or steamboat journey. Town Topics, 21 West Twenty-third street, New York. WATERY GRAVES. Tin Schooners Charles" ami llattie" Probably Lost. MoitEiiEAD City, N. C , July 23. The schooner "Charles" left Beaufort forty days ago for Boston and has not been heard from since. The schooner and crew are supposed to be host. The schooner "llattie" is overdue here, and was sighted at Ocracoke last week, since when nothing has been heard cf her. It is reported here to-night that the oars belonging to the "llattie" have been picked up at Cpe Lookout. It is thought that she and the crew are also lost. Ladies, if you want a pure, delicate soap for the complexion, W. M. Yeatby, druggists, will always recommend John son's Oriental Medicinal Toilet Soap. Mr-. ?d. r. r.o::e Tv ith catarrh. lur. trcuLIo a-a J generally broken .'.own. Teforcs I h:A t-cca hzlt a bottla of Hoi's S?.rap2ril!a I felt better- Kow I aiata N fsfw ssffSiis n i woo g'V i -.:r.:tli, for all of v.liich tr y ilizln ara due t- t:rf'3 e.rspsr;i:a.,, :i;.s. zi. F. Clovrr, Iroa Ox, Mo. Get r'oOCi'S Hood's PUIS curs Coustipatioa by restor lUS the peristaltic action of the alimentary caaal. V f it . - : 1 1 3 7 0 New Mil 11 THIS 13 But "Rawls has a way of bringing them down. Dollars Fly these days, but they can be made to fly jut right, If you will use prudence in selecting a place at which to trade. 10 There never was a time in the history of man when there were so many bargains on the market We are buying New Goods all the time. Compelled to do it to supply our trade. Our June sales were ahead of June, 1892, and we intend they shall run ahead this month also. ISTMBW GOODS RECEIVED TO-DAY! 31 All color? Chcc?e Cloth at 5 Kibbed Vests at 10 con!? or 3 for 25 cents. White Pearl Dress I5uttons f cents a dozen. ev lot LadieV Slippers at 50 cents. Give Us a Trial! Trade witli a lave House! Follow the Crowd and You Will Find UsI'gS R awls' New York Cash Store. A evolution ratin 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 colo1, 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. Gold by Leading Grocers. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. t COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. Huccessfull vsed monthly by thousands of Lad dies. Is the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine discov. ered. Beware of unprincipled ririisrcrlKta Who rfTi 4nfprlnr medicines In place of this. Ask for Cook's Cotton ROOT Conpouvn. ta.hr. mo substitute, or Inrlnan! nnd 6 cents in postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, by return maiL Full sealed particulars in plain tuveiupe, iu jauic3 oniy, z stamps. Auur;s3 1'ona Lily Company, Xo. 3 1 iaher liiock, Detroit, aiich. 3c: -.11 w-w i -i. . i all responsible druggists. INDIGESTION sh:thi;! see this: i ! Mr. J. C. Hendorson, general manajrer of the i Chatt inoosra, uirsden and Hirmingham rail-; road, says he does not believe therein a ca e. of Kheuraatisni whiv h Mrs. Joe l'eron"s Kem- ' edy will not cure, and it is the linest medicine I tor indigestion lie lias ever used. VOICE FliOYI MEDICAL FUATEKMTT. (;om?boho, N. C, Oc t. 31, IS9. Mrs. Joe Person : Madam-About April, 11, I treated Sam Privett lor M-iolnhi, atfecting the trland3 ot the neck, causing suppuration, whi -h tinally TerminateJ into running eores. 1 had done for h in all that I could, aud eo-sidered his ehHiiO for lil very sir.all, and told you so, ai d that it jou would benefit him with your Kerne ly, I would Kive you a certificate of ho tact. That j vi have i o: e your pirt, T U boy is now a liv witcts.. a:;l I fc hail not hesi tate to prescrii-e iu any sirn!ar ca 1 cay be called upor, to treat. 1 em ve y truly, Thomas Hill, M. D. ANU VET AOTIIH. Chapel TIill, N. C, May 4, ISO. ! Mrs. Jo j Person: Since jou have made your formula known ' to th-" w. rli, J know ingredients to le jrood for the uiseascs for which your Kemedy is ! reconioiended. and I sha 1 not hesitate to use ' it in roy practice on any eae which may need . it, as I have seen good results from its use. I um very truly, A. IS. liOUERSOX, M. D. i L'i:$iLs soee ioutii. Maxtox. N. C, Jan. 13, 15S1. i I have used Mrs. Joa Person's liemedy for i Nurse's Sore Mouth, and was perfectly cured j and can rccomaaend it as a good tonic. 1 Mrs. w. 8. McNaik. In ooKsCottonRoo WHAT THE DO T cent. Solid colors in Sateen pinks, W ', N V We believe in quick sales and small profits for the cash. Installment dealers have to make the good cus tomers pay for the losses on the bad ones. We want only the good customers and customers who have the cash but then we sell them cheap, if you want a Bicycle, jind want to pay cash, it will pay you to trade with us. SOHZiLLES & WITHERS, COXjUMBIA, s. c. OBSERVE THE RACKET! All competitors knocked out on the lirst round by V.'. K. T. I. I ','ur and Pure Florida Ciar?. In addition to these leaders, I claim to carry one of the completcst LINES of Heavy and Fancy Groccrie.-', Fruit.-. Con fectionerie?, SnulT, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars and Glassware; also Main and Decorated Table and Toik-t Ware kept bv anv hou?c in the city, "n which I guarantee prices, wholesale or retail. Give me a trial. Goods delivered f. o. b. car- or anywhere i ,',c city limits. Remember the Racket, corner Munium and Farrish Streets. wv. m. PROCTOR. Llain Strcc-t (FIVE POINTS), Durham, N. C. We manufacture, out of the Very Highest Grades of Material, every variet) and kind of Vehicle, from the lightest one-man Buggy to the heaviest twenty four passenger Creak. REPAIRING IN WOOD, IRON AND PAINT A SPECIALTY. People talk hard times, money scarce, and all that, but we do not intciul to quit business on that account. On the contrary, we art working all the harder. blue?, red?, etc., at 10 cent.-. ES