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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 large eight-page
paper, containing all the news, and is sent by
mail at J 1.50 a year in advance.
Oifice Corner Main and Church streets.
G lobe telephone, No. 76.
All advertisements and notices continued
until ordered out.
Address all communications to
Durham, " C.
The Globe is entered at the postollice, Dur
ham, N C. as mail matter as the second class.
DUUHAjM, X. c.
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 tight for
the development and prosperity of
the New South, and it asks the
patronage of all honest men.
Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt
sayd too an Eddy tor, "I doan't thynke adver
tizing payes."
"Let me show yov," said ye Eddy tor. "I
will pvtt 1 !ync in my papyr and not charge
yov a pennie."
"All ritfht," rcplyed ye Merchant, "and we
will see."
So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr :
Old street.
Now yt hapened that 400 Pcple cache
brovjrhte a Dogge on ye next daye thereafter,
so that Mister Jones (which was ye Merchantt's
naynie) was overrvnne with Doggcs.
"Synee there an? so inanye Doggcs," said he,
"I thynke I inyght make some byiness and will
givo you a pennie for cache Dogge."
Ye people tooke yje pennie each for his Dogge
becavse there were so manye Doggcs, and
Mister Jones skynned ye UK) Doggcs and made
lioot;'S and gloves from ye 400 hydes and thvs
A Dig Foktvnk
and thereafter added to yt ly advert izuig in ye
Eddytor's papyr. American Grocer.
Conn' comes mi next week, and then
the scales of justice will attempt to bal
ance Thosk who think the Yam crop a fail
ure should salt their heads. The Yams
are all riiht.
When we get a rock crusher, we ex
pect to see Colonel Stokes attempt to
kidnap it for the county.
CoNOKEss.M an BiiYAN, of Nebraska, is
one of the bully boys who is getting to
the front with both feet.
It will be observed that as a matter
of news we had our foreman change the
dates of the paper to day.
The campaign in Ohio ffets warmer all
the time but t tit weather gets colder.
And this is not a paradox.
The World's fair is about to close, but
as the state fair is coming on, we all
should be happy while we cau.
It seems that there ?'s to be another
meeting of the Southern States Immi
gration Society. Can it be possible that
John T. Patrick is still f:i tarth.
The hummer is three years old under
this management to-day. It has no flies
roosting on it, and it ha?, in the lan
guage of the peerless Napoleon, "come
to stav."
The esse between Tom Settle and
Bai.uy Williams has not yet been set
tled. Tom lias been a congressman any
how, and John V (Ji.-aham says that he
will be a congressman richt along. He
should be. Williams flirted with the
parties of all schools, and the jig should
be up for him.
The Globe to-day, under the present
management, passes its third mile stone.
It does this because it wants to, and be
cause it cannot help it. Aktemus Ward
used to say "that time passes it's a way
time has," and this seems to be true.
The Globe ha3 nothing to brag about,
except the fact that it has held its own in
spite of hard times and the slings and
bow and arrows of outrageous fortune,
as Colonel Shakespeare remarked.
It has made enemies and it has made
friends but two essential things to make
success. We have made mistakes, but
everything except nature errs.
The Globe starts upon its fourth year
in splendid shape, and as no one seems to
want to congratulate it, we will do that
ourself, assuring all that now is the time
to subscribe, and if you have subscribed,
we will remind you that now is the time
to whack.
Just how it is over the state Tiie Globe
does not know, but it is a sure fact that
Grover Cleveland is catching Hail
Columbia and repeat in this special sec
tion. We hear on every hand the strongest
denunciations of Cleveland. Men who
are rock-ribbed, who hired no substitute
and who fought for the confederacy and
fought hard, say on the streets of Dur
ham that as a president Cleveland is a
fraud and a failure. They denounce him
as a gold bug and as a dissembler. They
say he practiced duplicity that he rode
in on a platform which he has since de
nied, and that his sympathies are all with
the wealth and the snobocracy, as against
the poor and the patient toilers for whom
he shed so many tears in his wonderful
messages which found a responsivechord,
and which made him president.
TnE Globe admires Cleveland.
We accord to all the right of an pinion.
The Globe admires Cleveland be
cause he got there. When a man gets
there once that is when he is elected
president of a nation, the highest office
within the gift of any people, some
growler and grumbler may say that it
was luck, or "blind and eyeless chance"
as Ingersoll has it, but after he goes
three times before that people and is
twice successful, the evidence is com
plete and conclusive that the man who
thus succeeds has genius back of him
that audacity of genius which but few
men possess.
We are aware that it makes but little
difference IoCleveland as to the opinion
of North Carolina, because North Caro
lina was always for Hill. But it is not
at all out of place to remind him that he
is getting it in the neck, as the phrase
goes, in this country.
The New York Morning Advertiser
says: At last the commercial travelers
have an association. Everybody having
organized for self aid the "bagmen" at
last have bound themselves together for
their betterment. They celebrated their
amalgamation by a happy banquet in this
city on Saturday night.
The commercial travelers arj a bright,
wide awake set of men. They are indis
pensable to trade aud commerce. They
are all in touch with the business world.
They are great students of human nature, p
1 hey carry good stories from town to
town as the bee carries pollen on his
wings for the fruition of the vegetable
world. It would be hard to tell how
many of them we have in the country.
It is said that we can muster To.OOO of
them right in and around this business
center. Think of that army of busy,
persuasive agents of affairs and then
wonder that they have been so long
without an organization.
Now that the commercial boyshaye an
association perhaps they will be able to
settle with the railroads that old vexed
question as to extra baggage which
means samples. The "bagmen" are the
best friends the railroads have. Where
they go with their samples trade follows
and that means freight. The diamond
"drummer" may carry his samples in his
pocketbook, but the book man doesn't
want to be confined to one hundred
We congratulate the commercial trav
elers upon their formation of a helpful
association. We commend the boys to
the railway brethren and the landlords.
It has been the good fortune of many
people to attend the World's fair. That
is, we mean many Durham people. We
hnve talked to many of 'em, also, and we
will not be personal, but the truth is that
but few know anything about what they
really saw.
It is always so. There is so much glare
and blaze and glimmer. There is so
much in little. One is hustled here and
is hustled there and keeps wondering
what is next on the programme until
one loses the relish and the appreciation.
Occasionally one goes and gets in his
work. He sees the stuff, and he sees
tLe things and he wonders. It sets him
at work, anil he comes home and tells
about it. But they are few. Yet after
all, in the days which will soon sweep
past after the fair has ended the man
who has been there will revel in his
stories galore, and he will wonder why
all the people did not go.
This Old Man did not go because he
was afraid that he would have too much
to write about.
It may or may not be true that the
supply of city water is limited, but the
other fact is apparent that that which is
pumped through the pipes these days is
a3 pure as mountain dew.
The filter, which was placed at great
expense to the water company, is doing
the best of work, and The Globe takes
pleasure in giving the company credit
for what they have done. Mr. Michie,
the tireless and efficient supeiintendent
has much reason to be proud of what
he has done, and the company should be
proud of him. If ever a man has worked
against odds, and great odds, and accom
plished much with such a small chance,
that man is J. C. Michie.
Congressmen who have called on the pres'
dent to induce him to consent to a modifica
tion of his position on the silver question re
port him as stubborn and unyielding1. He in
sists upon unconditional repeal and will listen
to nothing less. His assumption of the right
to dictate to congress on matters of legislation
is not relished by some of his party and will
doubtless givo. him trouble. New York Morn
ing Advertiser.
Not a bit of it. The truth of the mat
ter is that Cleveland does not care.
And why should he care?
He has been twice elected president
and three times nominated. That is the
greatest honor worn by any American.
What does Cleveland care for the busy
noise of a few green congressmen ? What
does he care for anything, unless 'tis his
own soul's salvation ? Not a red cent,
and when one stops to consider well,
why should he care?
He has played a full hand and won on
every point.
A special telegram from Winston to
day states that the board of trade has
had a special meeting and asked the
North Carolina members of the senate
to urge the repeal of the silver bill.
If this does not settle it, sort of Tom
Settle it, we do not know what will.
The board of trade of Winston has
about as much to do with the North
Carolina members of the senate as a par
lor match has to do with the aurora
It must be presumed that a senator or
a congressman will do the best he can.
He will do his duty as he sees his duty
In the case of the North Carolina sena
tors each one has had years of experience,
and doubtless each one knows more
about the business and affairs of state
than the board of trade, collective, at
As we understand it, Mr. Vance has
already urged the immediate and uncon
ditional repeal of the Sherman bill, while
Matt Ransom, a strong and close friend
of Mr. Cleveland, is with the gold bugs.
Now what will be the question, and
what is the question : Why should a
board of trade attempt to suggest to these
statesmen ?
There is no use. The senate will con
tinue to duplicate itself in the mind's eye
of the county, and long ago people voted
it, as Dickens' Beadle voted the law, "a
The congressional forecast for this week's
work is bj no means encouraging. The senate
will continue its foolish, puerile and utterly
useless discussion of the silver repeal propo
sition and tho house will plunge into an
equally useless discussion of the bill to repeal
the federal election laws useless because
even if the bill should be passed in the house
it will be defeated in the senate. The pros
pect of a compromise in the senate on the
silver question which looked so promising a
few days ago is now regarded as very doubt
ful. New York Advertiser.
And -et Mr. Cleveland assured the
country that there was an extraordinary
circumstance; that the country panted
and puffed for some relief, and that
congress could restore confidence. The
Advertiser would do well not to forget
that the democratic house promptly
passed the repeal bill. It believed in
Cleveland, as it should have done.
The weight of whether right or wrong
would have fallen on his shoulders.
But the republicans in the senate, that
great and mighty house of Lords which
recognizes so much of the invisible, yet
tangible thing called "courtesy" refuses
to do what Cleveland said should be
done, and doubtless that useless and
stupid crowd of paid public jackasses is
stopping the commerce of the country.
But Colonel Cockerill must not
forget that the great and glorious repub
lican millionaires are the ones who have
hold of the democratic bear, and they
could let loose if they only would.
It is not fair to assume that the unem
ployed men of any city are in any way
responsible for the increase or decrease
of crime. Criminals are not recruited
from the ranks of unemployed men as
we know to-day In Durham. There are
man worthless men who rejoice that
thej are classed with honest and indus
trious mechanics who are seeking work
but cannot find it. But they have noth
ing in common with respectable laboring
men and would not work if employment
was offered. It is from this shiftless ele
ment that criminals are bred They are
hot entitled to huv consideration at the
hands of the city or of people who are in
the habit of dispensing aid to worthy but
unfortunate men.
The Globe now turns another ytar.
It's getting in tho yellow, sear
Yet still it keeps on moving.
It's three years old.
It pants for gold
And will keep on improving.
The Old Man this morning set his watch
again by Colonel Postley's watch sign.
Colonel Postlfy said his watch was not run
ning, and we ran away from him as he had a
Col. Dill Thompson has a ring dove. He
says that he feeds it on rings, and that it has
cost him Seven Thousand Dollars.
We expect, now, to wait till next Christmas.
We do this because Colonel Whatsiiis
name said he would like to introduce a claws.
He explained to us that Santa Claus was
not the Cuss he meant
When Tre Globe gets to be six years old,
we hope to have horns longer than the present
John Hutchings says that he has seen
many hard times but that he never before
was obliged to cash his own check.
Even the Massa2husetts judges seem
to have contracted the injunction habit.
A Boston judge has restrained the news
papers of that city from commenting
upon a breach of promise case. It is un
deniably true that the prominence given
to many salacious cases is one of the
things which decent newspaper men are
often called upon to regret ; but at the
same time the advisability of restraining
these men by an injunction from the
courts is doubtful. Freedom of speech
and the freedom of the press are guaran
teed by the constitution.
Tom Settle sends us down his brief
in the contested election case. It is too
much for us. Our recollection is that we
did not run for congress, and we are very
glad of it, if Col. John Graham, as a
lawyer, must write so much.
Mr. Scarlett wants to go to Raleigh
as a policeman during the fair, and we
hope the council will see that he goes
He made a very efficient officer at the
World's fair, and in Durham all know his
During the month of August the New
York Board of Electrical Control secured
the removal of 2oo poles and G18 miles of
wire from the streets of that city without
cost to the public.
The Editor Walks Elsewhere.
Atlanta Journal
Formerly, Peachtree street was asphalt
less. Now it is faultless.
lie Will Iluil.l an Elegant Summer
School at Ilasic City.
The Charlotte News says : The little
social town of Waynesboro, Va , is just
across a small river from the boom town
of Basic City. In the former place
Evangelist Fife has just closed his won
derful revival meeting. People from all
the surrounding country flocked in to
hear him, and the people from the sur
rounding mountains seemed to find the
way to the great tent under which the
meetings were held as easily as the small
clear streams find their way down to the
The people in Basic City turned out in
great numbers and at once recognized
in Mr Fife a trreat thawing card. When
the meeting close-"! they offered Mr. Fife
a beautiful pier..': of ground, a h;gh
mound in the center of the town, on
which to build a summer bible training
school. The amount of ground contained
in the mound is eight acres, and to this
was added the magnificent gift of $5,000
to build the school. The ground and
money are both ready now.
The town has other attractions also.
There is a splendid lithia spring there
that is almost a river in itself. The moun
tain scenery is hard to outrival and the
country is one of the prettiest in the
Mr. Fife said to a News reporter Satur-
day night : "I hardly know what to do
The opportunity is the one of my life. I
have been praying for the way to be
opened before me for this one especial
purpose, and I now believe that, this is
the time. I am seriously considering the
matter and it is more than likely that I
will go to work at it and establish the
school. With the encouragement that I
have already received I can have a school
nearly on the same style of Moody's
Northfield school."
Human health can only be maintained
', when the rules of life are strictly obeved.
, Man's system is like a town; to be healthy
i it must be well drained. This drainage is
frequently interfered with by careless
, habits, and when it becomes clogged, ill
' ness is the result.
Beeebam'i Pill have Wen In popv.
1 Ur uae In F.nropt fop fifty jean and
' are pllly adapted In aaafe.rentle
'manner to Keep human drainage In
perreet oratr. A.renxar AnaijU.
Of all druggists. Price 23 cents a box.
New York Depot, 865 Canal Su 41
a rr
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old Upon
iv3 0 to
of hrd manufacturers
tie. Wonderful Success or
is one oihe stfotig
e'cences of its v(ue
"fb housekeepers.
Success is
is aJ?7TER Shortening for
ALL co0rrtg frurjoosestfto
Aas ZVsf before been.
produce artel Aa HONE of
the objetfibnzhle Features
mcfisjenjat Connected
WiVL 'arcf. ih e ffotiSt
ex?aLins its Success.
Imitations fcut certify "tte
Value of tie jjenuinQj
The Great English Remedy.
Promptly and permanent
ly cures all forms of Kervout
W eakness. Emissions. Sperm
atorrhea. Impotency and all
effects of Abuse or Excesses.
Been prescribed over S3
years In thousands of cases;
Is the onl y Reliable and Hon
est Medicine known. Ask
Urutrtrist for Wood's Phos-
dSefore and After- phodine; IT fie offers some
' V4" worthless medicine In place
pf this, leave his dishonest store, Inclose price In
letter, and we will send by return mail. Price, one
Package, SI; six, $5. One will please, six will cure.
amphletin plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps.
131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Mich.
53v".Soll in Durham and everj-Avliere by
all responsible druggists.
But Suffers No Longer.
Neither should anv one who is so
unfortunate to be
Troubled with Indigestion !
And the diseases which it leads to.
Relieves the Worst Cases.
Clover S. C, March 31, 10.
Mrs. S. M. Faires, a former citizen of Char
lotte, says :
I heartily desire to express my gratitude for
the benelit I received by the use uf Mrs. Joe
Person's Remedy, having lain in bed three
months Irom jaundice, which I took a few
days after the birth of my second child. 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 thut I tad to begin with a lew drops of
the medicine, instead of the prescribed dose.
I have also found it invaluable for teething
children, and any weak, deranged stomach
both for men and women in any condition
being entirely harmless and ell actual. Hoping
this may benefit some others sutferingaa I did
and stimulate them to give the Remedy a
thorough trial, I am, very res pec tf ully.
Mrs. S. M. Fa ires.
Mrs. Ada Smith's
Stock selected personally by Mrs.
Smith with a sp?cial view to pleas
ins her customers, and embracing
all the mos?, fashionable shapes and
:riiivnns in f.ll and winter milli.
ncry. See he? styles before making
a selection.
Easy Terms!
2 22 a m
y 35 a m
y 23 a m
5 a m
1 15 p m
4 15 a m
8 33 p m
8 25 a m
u. & i). it. n.
Depot, loot Corcoran St.
"Passenger tor Greens.
Past-euger tor Golds.
Express lor Goltisboro
Express lor Greensboro
Lea vet
'i 'M a m
4 ') " a m
! o'J a ia
5 v m
o. & c. u. it.
Depot, foot Corcoran St.
Express for Richmond
Express from KichmorKl
Ft. and Pass. lor Keys v.
Ft.and Pass. I'm Keys v.
ti 15 a m
7 31) a m
1). & N. It. It.
Depot, foot Corcoran St.
5 55 a m
ti 15 p m
Mail and Express
Alail and Express
Freight and Passenger
Freight and Passenger
Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No.
11 South and West at 9:00 p. m.
Henderson and Durham li. P. O. train No.
38 North and East N. C. and Va.at :UU p.m.
Goldsboro and Greensboro K. P. O. E. train
No. 10 East and South N. C, S. C. and Fla
at 9:00 a. m.
Lynchburg and Durham K. P. O. train No.
2-lsorth and Wost at 2:25 p. m.
Goldsboro and Greensboro It. P. O. w. tram
No. y North. South and West at 5:00 p. m.
Keysville and ltaleigh it. 1. U. train No. 15
North and West at 0:00 a. m. .
Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No,
12 Kaleijfh at (J:00 p. m.
Hours of Collection from Street LetUr
Ueneral - H:15 a. in., and 3:50 p. m. Rusinci-8
Section 7:40 p. m.
City Market, Stall No. 1,
Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork.
L 1
R. It. Hollo uy. the specialist, will oj-n a
IJi.siness School in the V. M . C. A. hall l'""
twenty lessons only, Wednesday, fceptemxr
20. special factory aud lumber sets. 'I went)
lessons in book-keeping, i 00. Hook-kceiu
pupils have iree access to ail classes in pen
manship. Twenty lessons in penmanr-hii'-2M.
Hours Rouk-keeping, day class, :J:"J t"
AM p.m.; night cliss, 'J to 10 p. m.; penman
ship, day class, 4::) to p. rn ; night cla.-a.
to p. m.; daily except Saturday. Two v' 1
medals will be awarded, one lor best lmprov
ment in penmanship and one for best penman
ship. Terms one lourth of tuition payat i
weekly. Reduction to three or more from one
work. Pupils can enter at auj liuii. u.
We are now prepared to furnish Durham
and other points all kinds of Lumber.
And as cheap a3 any dealer. Also, e
carry in stock all kinds of
Dressed Ceiling and Flooring,
Shingles and Lath.
Come and see us. Office, neit to Wright
Merrick's barter shop, Main street.
H. C. HOW ELL & CO..
Durham. N.
It. J. J. THAMO.N,
With fifty years' experience as a
Practitioner, tended Ins services to thi.
7eiL.s 01 uurnaiu. 1 , in
Membranes, Glands, and erve Uemah- m
particular). Indigestion Hronchit s, (
1'on.stipation and Headache, aVu,?rterD
Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. -M.
donT Urfoc o ver J onea'Je welry "on.
hours, o'clock a. in. to 12 m., and from - v
to 4 p. tn.
family. I"o reduction lor jo.-.:, muu uu
caused by protracted sickness. Specimens ol
penmanship free upon application. 1 uijllc
x.fnrnxl til form'- r ouiils m regard to my

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