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TILE DUliHAM DALLY GLODJS, FRID A Y , SEPTEMBER 15.
(The giirhnm piilg Slobc. By AL FAIRBBOTHEB. The Globh is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. Tiie 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. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postoflice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, X. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1803. THE" GLOBE FOK 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 fight for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. YE STOliY OF YE DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyrae a Merchant t sayd too an Eddytor, 4,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 : RANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 253 Uld street. Now yt hapened that 4(H) I'eple cache brovghte a Dogge on ye next daye thereafter, so t hat M ister Jones (which was ye Merchantt's nayme) was overrvnne with Doggcs. "Synce there are so manye Dogges," said he, "I thynke I myght make some byiness and will givo you a pennie for cache Doggo." Ye people tooke ye pennie each for liis Dogge bceavse there were so manye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye 400 Dogges and made bootes and gloves from ye 4(X) hydes and thvs mayd A 15kj Foktvne and thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Eddy tor's papyr. American Grocer.' Wk have it upon the best of authority that the peach crop is safe for this year. Tup: rock crusher would not have been out of place, if a view of the county roads recently washed to bed rock and below amounts to anything. Colonel Sheppe is going to Virginia, Colonel Roscowek is in Chicago and the Old Man is to be burned at the Stake. It is all tufT. . - TnE fact that nature repairs her ravages is all pretty enough to print, but nature will not pay the bills for the bridges which have been swept away b the re cent Hoods. The matter of the teachers' excursion is spreading over much ground. It is al ways a good idea to remember that where there is much smoke there must of neces sity be some lire. When the county pays for all the bridges swept out by the recent Hoods, the thought might be suggested that Stokes knew what he was talking about when he wanted iron bridges. Mil IIakiiell says all the opposition he has yet had was from aliens. What does he think of the epistle which Mns. Bledsoe Buxton yesterday addressed to the people of North Carolina V She claims to be something of a North Caro linian herself. We are sorry to see it stated that Walt Mason, who was the Ananias of tin? Washington Evening News, and who uonuuLicu us ui a tuiuuiu iis v eta c ci turned out in the Capital city, has re signed to go elsewhere. But we will al ways hear from Walt and read his sunlight. THE WAY TO TALK IT. Mus. Rebecca Bledsoe Buxton is to be congratulated. Though a woman who claims to have been imposed upon by E. G. IIarrell, and in face of the fact that many who have denounced IIarrell have been called aliens and blackguards, Mrs. Buxton has the courage of her convictions, and in the most forcible language excoriates IIarrell and all his defenders. Mrs. Buxton is a woman of culture and refinement. Intellectually she is far above the subsidized press, which, in its puny and "pusillanimous way, has sought to give the lie to the honest, pure and virtuous women of North Carolina, who have repeatedly stated that IIarrell deceived them. We say hurrah for Mrs. Buxton, and may there be more like her before this controversy concerning the excursion is settled. She calls upon the governor, as will be noticed in another column, to investigate IIarrell, as he is a state official, and all she asks is a fair and impartial trial. Just what the governor has to do with the Chicago excursion we do not know but it is very evident that Mrs. Buxton has had something to do with it. THE LOGIC OF IT. The recent freshets have swept away thousands of dollars worth of bridges in this county. The reason is that the bridges are not well constructed; that they are not even braced with iron rods; that the timber used is cheap and not seasoned, and a little rise in an ordinary stream causes great damage. The moral to all this is, that we should have sub stantial bridges, iron bridges, or wooden bridges which should cost more than iron if they are as solid. Chairman Stokes is a man of good judgment in such matters. lie is a cau tious and therefore a successful business man. He says the iron bridge idea is the one that we should adopt, and that when we get a bridge we will have it for years to come. Of course there are storms which would tear out any kind of abridge, but we all know that they are not num erous. We hope, and the tax payers generally hope, so far as we have been able to ob tain expression, that the commissioners and magistrates will throw away their little petty ambition in the matter of dominating things and handling the road funds, and let the rock crusher be bought and let a few iron bridges be ordered. It is economy, and that, we think, should be what all public officials should strive to practice, when disbursing public funds. WHEN ALL ARE IN IT. The man who is not in it these days is out of it, and that is a strange proposi tion. He may be nearly in it but he is not and will not be considered so, unless, alas, he is in it up to his neck. Last year and to be in it, meant to be in the soup, while this year to be in it, means to be out of the tureen consomme, as we say in Paris, Missouri. But so runs the world away its all a fad. Its a fad in literature a fad in fashion a fad in slang. Next year it will be something else. The man who last year said that the fellow who drove the hearse wras not in it, is in it this year, and the hearse part is dropped. But that ends the in it ex pression. Just what will come along, no one knows, and no one cares, but all are ready aud eager to "be on" another phraze, to the latest that the slangist will evolve. Let them all come. Its part of finish, doncherno, to be up with the tide and the times of slang and slush. WAIT FOK THE END. Flammarion, the great French astron omer has given us positive assurance, by a mathematical domonstration, the pre cision of which no sane man can doubt, that the world will come to an end in the twenty-fifth century, and that the ultimate destruction of this small orb, will be caused by a comet. The whole rip-roaring, ram-jamming business will be swiped the people and the fulness, even of the earth, will go into space, and there will be no villain to still pursue her. Ah, that is a happy thought. If we can all go out together if no envious aud narrow souled Lilliputian were left behind to cry us shame ; if the tongues of gossips were simentaneously stilled, and Envy and Malice and Greed were choked in a bunch together, and the great international scrapping match be tween Time and Eternity would come ali in a heap, we could all so much more pleasantly cast the last look backward and view the scroll of heaven as it rolls together. There is some assurance, also, in the fact, as we take it, that the general wind ing up of ali earthly affairs has-been postponed until the twenty-fifth century. That gives us time. How can a woman pack her trunk before that date, and how can a politician achieve the result for which his loyal and noble ambition is panting for to-day ? It cannot be done, and the wisdom of Flammarion in post poning the event until such a time as all will be ready, is wise, prudent and kind in the wonderful, and admittedly, the wisest astronomer of any age. A9 the thing is coming, sure enoughj however, we would suggest that those iD arrears would please call and whack up, so that in the other world we can start off with clean books and good will to all subscribers. A Card. Fayetteville, N. C, Sept., 1893. To His Excellency Governor Carr, of the State of North Carolina: "I will speak unto you words of truth." As one of the inhabitants of our be loved state, born aud in part bred within her lines none the less devoted, none the less interested, none the less patriotic because I am a woman, because I cannot vote, because the laws of my Mater hold me as an infant, scarcely past the idiocy of its first few days, whilst fhe confers the franchise, the offices, the emoluments upon the most ignorant, half-witted, drunken, degraded and selfish of men men who will sell their votes, go reeling to the polls, and slink thither under the "party lash," all pride, all self-respect, all concern for the weal of the land gone, crushed out the willing, even eager, tools of corrupt and entirely self-seeking leaders, who more and more deceive, apathize and lower public tone and morals by their pernicious influence, by their open hatred of the pure, the up right, the honest and the honorable, whose chief engine is the circulating of vile slanders against the purest, noblest and best of men and women. This is a time of fearful demoralization pervading all classes. The evil one is busy in our midst and it is apparent that he finds many willing subjects. Therefore it behooves the executive of this great people to look well into the manners and ways of the officials who come within his appointing power, and those who do not should not escape his scrutiny, and such as prove unworthy should have his recommendation for dis missal. Because of these reasons, and ia the face of these facts, I hereby desire, request and ask you to look into the conduct of E. G. IIarrell, quartermaster general of North Carolina, and let it be seen if his conduct was such as becomes an officer and a gentleman during his trip to Chi cago with upwards of three hundred as good people as there are in North Caro lina his excursionists, who accepted his terms and advanced him all the money he asked for the necessary expenses of the journey. I ask you not to shut out the testimony of these people, as The News-Observer-Chronicle has done, but give Col. E. G. IIarrell a fair trial and the witnesses againrt him a fair hearing. Respectfully and sincerely, Mrs. Rebecca Bledsoe Buxton. State papers please copy. Dr. Yates in It. Charlotte News. Rev. Dr. E. A. Yates has rushed into the breach as peacemaker, and call for justice for IIarrell. The doctor is a friend of The News and is a man of good heart. We fear he does not know the consequences of taking a hand in this now national fight. It now looks like Governor Carr will have to call out the State Guard within the. course of the next few .weeks, and the mix up is one that peacemakers will want to keep out of. The man who wades into this IIar rell row, either as peacemaker or warrior, ought first to have his accident policy paid up, and second, to have a doctor with plenty of splints and bandages to wait for him on the dragout. Believes IIarrell laiioceiit. New Derne Journal. Presiding Elder E A. Yates, of the Western North Carolina conference, is out in a half column card in The News Observer Chronicle. In the card, though giving due credit for honest opinion to those believing in Colonel Ilarrell's guilt, Dr. Yates announces his belief in his in nocence and advises all to hold their peace until the investigation before the teachers' assembly executive committee. The damage done on Eno river is much worse than first stated. The dam at Christian's mill was washed out. The river is said to have been several feet higher there than ever before known. Itching, burning, scaly and crusty scalps of infants cleansed and" healed, and quiet sleep restored by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Sold at W. M. Yearby's. Hotel Kates in Chicago. A gocd hotel at 1 a day. If you are going to the World's fair, stop at the Niagara hotel, fire proof, Jackson street, between Michigan boulevard and Wabash avenue. Three hundred rooms. Near business centre. Six routes to World's fair within two blocks only fifteen min utes to grounds. $1 a day. HOLLOWAY'S R. I. Hollo ay. tk specialis-. will open liLiSines School im tb. A" M f a 1,011 twenty lessong only, Wednesday, September 2U. Special factory and lumber sets. Twenty lessons in book-keeping-, $0 uo. Hook-keeping pupils have tree access to ad classes in pen manship. Twenty ltssons in penmanship, f 3.50. Hours Bo dc-keepinar, day class, 3.U0 to 4:00 p. m.: night diss, 9 to 10 p. ra.; penman ship, day class, 4:o'J to 5::J0 p. m.; night class, 8 to 9 p. 111.: daily except Saturday. Two gold medals will be awarded, one lor best Improve ment in penmanship and one for best penman ship. Terms one fourth of tuition payable weekly. Reduction to three or more from one family. Io reduction tor Jost time unle3' caused by protracted sickness. Specimens of penmanship free upon application. Public reterred to former pupils in regard to my work. Pupils can enter at any time. See cir-cular. BUSINESS SCHOOL ! EW N N 0 - Li IS jlj IK. Hj Has Removed to the Spacious Store Room Recently Occupied by Heary, O'Brien & Co., KSKS. Ii. PERRY'S OLD STAND)SS Where, with Increased Stock and Facilities, he wants to see his old customers and quote prices to new ones. With Barbee the Dollars talk, and Silver Dollars are taken for a Hundred Cents and a Gold Dollar's Worth of Goods is Given. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Feed, Flour, Glassware, Canned Goods, Etc., at Lowest Prices. B9T COME! AND BEE ME IN MY NEW QUARTERS! Main Street. "Oh, these Advertisements lire me." Some advertisements do have that tendency. So do some people, and some books. Nevertheless bright people understand that the adver tising columns now-a-days carry valuable information about things nw sail Ood. Sudi fs Cottolene The New Vegetable Shortening Common sense teaches that a pure vegetable product must be more wholesome than hog's grease. Cottolene is part cotton seed oil and part beef suet, refined and purified by the most effective process known. It is more economical than lard for every use, and imparts a delicate, palatable flavor to food. Ask your grocer for the Genuine COTTO lene. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. t c COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. Successfully used monthly by thousands of La dies. Is the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine discov ered. Beware of unprincipled drueeista who offer Inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for Cook's Cotton Koot Compound, take no substitute, or Inclose $1 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, " Xo. 3 iislier jtflock, Detroit, ilich. JSSold in Durham and everywhere by all responsible druggists. SHE HMD SUFFERED But Suffers No Longer. Neither should any one who is so unfortunate as to be Troubled witli Indigestion ! And the diseases which it leads to. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY Relieves the Worst Cases. Clover, S. C, March 31, lstfj. Mrs. S. M. Faires, a former citizen of Char lotte, says : I heartily desire to express my gratitude for the benefit I received by the use of Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, having lain in bed three j months from jaundice, -which. I took a few layi after the birth of my second shild. Other medicines failed me, and I took this Remedy as a last resort, and the medicine (not faith in it) cured me, after the use of a few bottles. My stomach at ttat time was in such a condi tion that I had to begin with a few drops of ootsCottaRoo the medicine, instead of the prescribed dose. I have also found it invaluable for teething children, and any weak, deraaged stomach both for men and women in any condition being entirely h irmless and effectual. Hoping this may benefit some others suffering as I did and stimulate them to give the Remedy a thorough trial, I am, very respectfully, Mus. S. M. Faires. QUARTERS NOW! DEALER IN MERb-i ANDISE. IB Z3VL- BARBEE Sold Upon NZALES THE BEST ARE CHEAPEST! MILLER & DUKE MANUFACTURE AND SELL Only the Best! IF YOU aim: GOING TO BUILD -AND (ii:t pi:ici;.s or MILLER L DUKE North Durham Brick Yards. J. W. HTJTCHINS -AT- City Market, Stall No. 1, OETS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT BY EXPRESS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VERY BEST. GIVE HIM A CALL. LUMBER, LUMBER. e are now prepared to furnish Durham ; and other points ali kinds of .Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE. GO And a3 cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock, all kinds of Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingles and Laths. Come and see us. Office, nezt to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. IIO WELL A CO., Durham. N.C. Durham, IT. C ISasy Terms! & WITHERS VALUABLE DURHAM PROPERTY! MORTGAGEE'S SALE! By virtue of the mortgage deed from John S. Lockhart iind wile to J. S. Carr, dated tin i:th day of November. 1888, which is duly ro istered ia book Mo. 1 (mortgages', paes :.'. to 'Mii, in the ollice of the register of deeds for Durham county, and pursuant to the power of sale therein granted, the undersigned will, on Monday, the 2d Day of Oct., 1893, at 12 o'clock in., at the court house door i" Durham, N. C, sell at public auction to t lie highest bidder, the following' described valu able improved real estate, situated in the town of Durham, N. C, to-wit : 1. The "TIIK 1IANNF.K WAIiFIIOUSK LOT," which fronts on the north Bide of Main street aud runs across from Main street to Green street and two (2) chains and twenty eight links,or about one hundred and lifty feet wide. Said warehouse lot is situated in the very centre of t he business portion ol Durham and offers a splendid opportunity lor investment. 2. The " XV ATKINS STKEKT PKIZK liOUSK LOT," bounded on the north by w". It. Cooper's lot, on the west by It. G. Lea's lot. on the south by Wat kins street, and on the east by Foster street, containing; one-third ol an acre, more or less. This property is a bo favorably located and is very valuable. 3. The "J. S. J.OCKIIAKT KESI DUNCi: LoT," situated at what may be cat led the a-t end of Main street in Durham, and containing one acre, more or les.s, adjoining the resilience lots of S.T.Morgan and .l.S. Curr. This lot has a very choice location, is well improve!, and the residence and improvements thereon are in good condition, ollering to the pur chaser an eligible location ani one of the niof-t convenient and comfortable family residewTS in Durham. TJ5KMS OF SALE One-half cash and the balance on a credit of six months, with inter est on deferred payment at 8 per cent per an num from day of sale. Title reserved as -ecu-rity lor deferred payment. J. S. CAKK. Durham, N. C, June 10. '03. Mortgag e. Q. M. HARDIN, JR., Livery, Feed m lilt Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. Finest Carnages in the City. - - BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY - Gentle Teams and Careful Driver?. OIVK MK A CALL. PLASTIC0! For nicest and best BalLL FIIYTISH ! USE PLiLSTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole Agent for Plastico In Durham.