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1 W' '1."-. THIS JDUJ8HAM JDALLY U1A) J3J, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. JS8 t'.i ' . i i 1 ') 1,1 3 -r- 4i- he Surlnm Hailn (globe. Hj AL I AIIIHKOTHEK. THE BIGHTS OF MINORITIES. The great principles and forces upon which our government is operated move forward under a wise system of checks and balances. The different departments The Globe is published every day (Sunday and powers are co-ordinated but distinct. excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a I The preponderance of one power works 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 f 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, damage to all. The mechanism of the heavens furnish a figure. The earth moves in its orbit under two forces equally banced. Thacentripetal tends to pull it towards the sun. The centri fugal tends to throw it off upon the tan gent. The undue force of either would work calamity. But balanced between the two it moves steadily forward. So with all the various powers of our eov- Durham, N. C omment; tliey are balanced with checks to the undue exercise of force. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT L As ?ener.al . 'biD.e .lhe .m"im '' majorities ruie is ngnt ana proper m a republican form of government ; but there The Globe is entered at the pohtofficc, Dur- ought to be some cneck t0 the power to ham, N C, as mail matter as the second class. i T . - ., , , , 1 . rule. In a vote of the whole people it is clear that the majority must rule; yet this is not an infallible expression of right, for the "multitude often does evil." But such vote is generally for men, and only in an implied sense for principles, and being original or primal, can only express itself by a majority. But in a representative body of the people, as a DUJMIAM, N. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18J3. THIS GLOBE FOR 18!K BUST CALIFORNIA W03IEN. Here is r,n interesting- li. t of the oc cupations in which v. omen are eng-agx-d in California: The manufacture oil agriculture implements, machinery, files, tacks, nails, harness, paper and wooden boxes, type, weed cuts and printers' supplies, tents, bag's, um brellas, valises and trunks; in japanning- and tin work; gold polishing; in cotton mills, jute mills, soap and salt works, fruit canneries, hop fields, vine yards and orchards; women are butchers, market venders, blacksmiths, farmers, straw hat-makers, cigar makers, bookbinders, compositors and proof readers, press feeders, litho graphers and engravers. They find employment, too, as clerks meaicai nurses, missionarie tographers, retouchers and colorers teachers, dentists, lawyers, doctors, musicians, telegraph operators, type setters, typewriters, stenographers, wood and metal engravers, canvassers, collectors, merchants. They are min isters, lecturers, dancers, athletes, acrobats, pngili'.ts, inventors, poli ticians and notaries public. H M. 9 DEALER IN (PERRY'S OLD STAND,) TcashicrSd keep on hand all the time a full line of Feed, such as Corn, Hay and Oats, 'rics, pho- full line of Gents' Underwear, Ladies' Vests and Hosiery of all grades. Hats, Oaps, iioots, bhoes, Hardware, Wood and Willow-ware. A Wj7 T" vr- New York is now ?ppl-:r-g electric ity to the purification of the Croton water sunnlv. An elei-tric: (iurrnnt is legislature or congress, the minority may passe( through salt water, decompos- represent the majority of the people and in. the salt solution. The hvwehlor- mav find it necessary to check the undue ites thus formed tlestrov all trerms. exercise of force by the majority of such This disinfectant is then turned into body in order to prevent hurtful legisla- the reservoir and mixes with the citv lion. I wntpr n; it. runs rvfp And this ought to be so, for it may be cost of the disinf assumed that majorities act more from about ten dollars for impulse, and without sufficient reasoning, sand gallons. than minorities do. As witness, the readi Two little crirls, Gertrude and Ethel ness of the majority to pass the act to re- Hedger, who are wards in chancery peal the Sherman law, even upon the day and heiresses to one hundred thousand it was offered, if there had been no min- dollars each, were recently arraigned onty to stop it. And the exercise of this as vagrants in a London police court, very power by the minority prevented Their fortunes arc so securely locked the passage of the celebrated "force bill" up in chancery that by no process of a few years ago. law can any of the monej' be obtained It is clear then that a minority ought until the children are of age. They to have certain rights, not simply to de- are at present practically destitute and bate so long as a majority may determine, una,ble to procure decent surroundings, but so long as it pleases, or can hold out clothinff or education. to talk or stand or sit. for it alnnp has thp , . -,,..,. ii . t . meeting uie Meal, Meat, Flour, Bran, Shipstuff. Tobacco, Cigars and Siiuff, Wholesale and Retail. Sole agent for one of the largest Tanneries in the state. A full stock of their Leather always on hand. I would especially invite my GO To call and examine my stock of Thomasville Shoes for men, women and children. into the pipes. The Canned Goods of most every variety. Tarbeli's full Cream Cheese, Cake and Crark rftvlt'tw ers- Pickle and -Preserve Jars from 1 to 5 gallons. IVEa.in Street. C. Will call things by their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula- rielit to determine tvhpn ia nro-nmonto . . are exhausted. chinch Lug pest is being adopted in Neither is it necessary that a proposed M,nn.csota' "hcTQ thcf inset;ts . - i-uai pioposeu pear m such large numbers a3 to de- Z Zt Vie' Manabi11 Btroythe erops There is a disease has died aborning," and many more known as entoxnophahera, which is ought so to die. How often does a bill deadly to the bug.s. Scveral hundred go to committee and is never afterwards of them are caught, inoculated with it technically heard of. And a minority and turned loose. These give it to reaches the same end, only in a different others and in the consequent epidemic I fhf hllfrsrlknrmo'ii' 1 r I w vvnere then ought this check, as the power of a minority, to be lodged vj The government land office has de- ., - . I " v-vx iu vwv, ,,a(,uo ui wumj. speaKing, or passage; and such bod' Clearly, in the senate branch of the con- cided to make the seven new towns in gress. Ibis is the last Dlace. strictlv lue eroicee strip as attractive as pos- j i hodv 61blc ihey Wl11 oe laicJ out with It will not waver in its fight for ought to be small, comparatively and eiffllty"foot streets and twenty-foot the development and prosperity of therefore more careful and conservative B1?ewalks anci eighty acres in each the New South, and it asks the -nd such the senate is supposed to be. ZIZT Parks ty I ' I - -k .i.i: A. T ... nat ronn rw. r,f nil l,nnnt mn 1 u" qu,uun men is, ougnt the mi n ""V IXil. I . , A. ... A r.TT,T , T , , , uuniv m uave me power absolutely to I '"viiLiAiaiicperiouicai puonsnea prevent a vote ? No, and could not have. in k011"011 gravely announces that it If it is large and respectable (we mean in .as "secured the exclusive collabora YK STOKY OF YK DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt uoth influence and members), then it de iwmi i-uuj iui, i uoan i tnyuKe aaver- serves power in ratio of that fact. If it "Let mo'ihow yov," saM ye Eddytor. I Sma" U C &t thG prPer time be er will pvtt 1 lyne in my papyr and not charge COme by the Sreat majority, xlow ? By yov a pennie." endurance. There is a majority of the ah rijrnt, lo-.iyod ye Merchant, "and we senate sufficient sufficient to pass the re "111 , So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papj r : J OF IX JONES, 2X: tion of William Shakespeare in the spirit world;" and the public is warned that alleged communications from him appearing in any other paper are spurious. WANTED A DOGCi E. Ol.i Street. meir own men to the line of battle Now yt hapened that 4(H) I'erle cache I1 ncD of course, this weakens the powers 1 i- urovKiite a Doe on ye next daye thereafter, of debate on the side of the ranloritv - . iK,uM,1u.,uju...cmmnus Am 1h; s t ht 1,Q.. nayme) was overiMine with Does. . . . A,:,,s n ivnri'tiw.i-,.,.,,. s, n,o.... i. ,,.. . L ollJ sonieinmir eice. vv hat i iv j .w uiuilll- Ittl?. PillU I1C. I 'J ---- ' . "I thynkc I myjiht make some byiness and will Compromise. Compromise shows on tin Kivo yon a pennie for cache Doo,' Australia, it ir said. telerhonip. peal bill upon a vote. Why do they not messages have been transmitted over doit? Simnlv becau ' vj j uwiu I ------ v iiiuu tUU LiZ 11 j JX this device utilized the top wire of the fence and carried road on poles. the, wire across the Ve people tooke ye pennie each for his Pojnre becavse there weie so manye I'o'ttcs. and Mister Jones skynncd ye 100 Dojrfres and made lHM)tcsand gloves from yc 4(K) hydes and thvs mayd A Ikj I'oktvne and thereafter added to yt by advci tizniin E.ldytor'j. psi yi-.- American Grocer. Constant Agony was the sad name of a track-walker on the Delaware & Hudson railroad who vtmol.- nnrl part of the majority a recognition of the I instantly killed by an express train at Ueckmantown, N. V., a ofhtd ffltWonderful uccss of is one of'tte sFaaj e'efences oF its vuq fb house eeJbe-5. Success is fhCgftoLEHS IS a jiETTER shoffenfruj for all coong J?mrfrosz$j Aas EVgf 6efore beert producedj zxndhas HOHE of fie objezfibnzbh iriefisjbensa Connected fRlTor QdffoLZtiG exjbains lis Success. Imitations fcut czrtifythe Vcilue of the jenunO N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.; CSICAGO aad ST. LOUIS. Ml LLINERY GOODS MRS. BETTIE 1EE & CO. Are now receiving a full line of Fall Millinery. THE VERY LATEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES IN HATS ! They carry a large stock and if you wish a nice Hat or Bonnet for yourself or little girl, we can suit you. We desire to say that our prices are most reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Will remove next door to M. II. Jones1 jewelry store Monday, October 10. Our friends are specially invited to call to see us at our new place Tuesday the lllh and every day thereafter. ' Mrs. Settle Lee & Co. We can make you satisfactory prices upon a TTPE-WHITBB No matter what priced machine you want. GONZALES & WITHERS, Columbia, S. C. twelve thousand Araeri in Frap.eo aivordinrr tn Tiiru:: an pans residin; the census of foreigners recently taken. Lnder a law which was signed by President Carnot a rliort time ag-o all of these Americans who are eng-ag-ed in any business, any profession, or any kind of industry, mast register their names and make declaration of their purposes in the oilice of the prefect of police. The Chicago Herald alleges that the lieutenant governor of- Massachusetts Is the only person entitle.! by law to be called "honorable." His right to the title is conferred by the constitu tion of that state Hut anyone who ?ver held any oluee, or is particularly wealthy, or especially prominent ir dubbed "honorable.'- so that the title really amounts to nothing iiiLKK is one peculiarity about JCew Orleans it is a city of rats. New Or leans is below the river bed, and it is at all times low ami damp. The city is aot clean, and large whanf rats, multi plying in the business portion of the ;ity, swarm in droves. riguicou?ness ot the cause whieh flw minority represents, and a partial blend trig of the two great principles which each contended for And this ought to be so, else hurtful legislation will frequently result. The Sherman law itself, whijh is now the ap p'.e of discord, was created by a tnajoriry, which is the veiy thing a majority is now trying to repeal unconditional)-. Would it not have been better if that majority had listened to the arguments of the min ority at the time of passage? It is at this point the power of a min oritywhere a check ought to be force ful to prevent unwise legislation. The senate has reached a critical noint. Tt had better be careful how it puts all power into the hands of the multitude. A ,'ev Jersey msn i.e. ; invented a bicycle with an intricate system of cog v. ..eels that increases its speed 'p:st double what it is th- precont day." In other words, he has goared it up to :. hundred and twenty-five inches, more or less, which can easily be done with a safety bicycle of the usual type bv simply doubling the number of teeth in the forward sprocket wh.-el. If t!i. Xew Jersey inventor will r.uppiy a rider for his machine with twice the strength and endurance of the bct rider now living, he may U able to realize his dream of "a mile a minute.v. but not otherwise. ! few days ago. A WATEKiiUHY (Corn.) man lately sent a three-dollar postal note to the conscience fund of the state treasury. He was desirous of winding up his affairs. r;v,)ohl'- ooksCoitonuoo t COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. Successfullu used monthly by thousands of La dies, la the only perfectly safe ana rename meaicino discov ered. Beware of unprincipled cXnes ln Place of this. Ask for Cook's Cotton 5?MPOCKD take r) substitute, or IncloseSl and o cents In postage ln letter, and we will send, sealed, ?rrnIn,a,i-. Ful,1 eaJed particulars ia plain cn.veiPe to ladles only, 2 stamps. Address Pcnl Lily Company. ho. 3 ilbher Ulock, Detroit, illch, Ei-Sold in Iurliam and everywlifcre bj all responsible itruRsists. a. M. HARDIN, JR., '-,7, Feed d Mi Uk ! Near First Baptist Church. ""'" 'ALL BIELMERY! LATEST NEW YORK STYLES AT M rs. Ada Smith's Stock 3'j!h:1.i per-onally liy Mrs. Smith with a p cial view to p!;as inA' her cust rii;iv, nml emhnieifi all. the fiios;, r.i-lnoiuljh; .-liupcs and t rinirir.r- in ainl winter rniili nery. See her q helbre making a selection. Mrs, Joe Person's Remedy Will Cure Kczema. ,r T T, LaGraxoe, N. C, Sej.t. 2U. Mi-s. Joe I'erson, Kittrell, N. C : Dear Madam I hav Kemedy with satisfactory r suits in a very s vere case of Eczema, it is highly important to VALUABLE DURHAM PROPERTY ! MORTGAGEE'S SALE I Hy virtue of tlie mortgage deed from John S. Lockhart and wile to J. ii. Carr, dated the THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Rates. Mr. George Smith Uvalde, Texas. u- inu van in connection Avitn the KfmeIr ' I ,J, 1 . v. ,JL- ' " uuiy h-k-Wishin? that success may attend you in your .VF1. lfl (mortKaK-esj. paKes M noble undeitakint', 1 am, ?esrectfullv ' in tne omce of tue register of deeds for JIks. Henhy E f)ii iov Durham county, and pursuant to the power of - . iit,. sale there. n granted, the undersiirned will, on Yellowstone pari; at present has twent'-five thousand elk. four hundred buffalo, five hundred antelopes and a large number of moose deer, beaver and other animals. This is about the only rcfugre th-se animals have iu this country Tiie value of farming- lands in this country is greatest in New Jersey. In 1SS3 it averaged: New .Jersey, S05; Mas sachusetts, 550; Ohio, SG; New York. $44; Vermont, $C; Maryland, S32; Wis consin, S23. and in some western states less than S3 per acre. SKCr.KTAKY OF STATE CoOK, of Clcir- gria. has found rt-centlv the lonMost ordinance that made the empire state I of the south originally a memler of! the union. The secession convention ' demanded it in 1SG1 as a model for the ' ordinance of secession, and called upon : Joseph E. IJrown to produce it, but he ; couldn't Cnd it. and sent what pur-j ported to be a printed copy. The orig--' inal paper is tattered and torn, but still bears the great seal. Attached to it is a printed copy of the constitution of the United States, which is referred to in the ordinance. The names of all the siarners are intact SHAKESPEARE What Mr. Smith ThinVa He Would Ilavo Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla " Had Shakespeare lived here and suffered as I have, I think he would have said. Throw away all medicine except Hood's Sarsapa- ri-1 A.,.aa F.r.?:ishman. comins to tliis climate, I ,;:lve Ml the heat verv much. Ia fP12111' if 1 h:ld aU and anxiety of Anten-.M r.iv mind. I rot one bottle of If,H.d s sarsaparftla and after I a4 taken it I ait a if I eoalJ undertake The President's Duties. Last month I h?A a return of prickly heat; It seemed isspoiWe to stand up or lie down Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. OIVK MF. A CALI 1 luiouiaoit lean:)? myself to pieces I thea got one moro hotHe and it Ins not ; onlv cured the heat bat I believe It p5 LtoSJ Hood'sXeures In good condition. I ad vis 3 ill to take Hood's Sarsararilla ia the spring ar.d faIL GeokgeSitu, Uvalde, Texas. Hood's Pills cure Xaussa, Sick Headache Iadlgestloa, Biliousness. Sold by all drutj! Cr. STOBNONIS, Stall Xo. 9, City Market. I N STOCK : Canned Goods, Cured Meats cox fi :cr i o.v K r y ktc. Ail Einds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country hv.uor nmi Poultrv ix Specially. GIVE MT. A CALL "Will Cure Skin Kruption. I, the undersijrned, do certify that our labe, at the age cf three months was taken with a breaking out or skin eruption, which baffled the skill of our linest physicians for two years, and never did ret relief until 1 used Mrs. Joe I'erson s Hemedy, and one-half Ujttle made a final eure. v. s. Koach, Coxville, I'itt County, N. C. Nurse's Sore Mouth. I was badly afflicted with nurse's sore mouth ana was periectly cured by usin Mn. Joe Person's hemedy. I found it a tine tonic and sirengrnener of the system. Mas. Joseph Kixsev, Sept. 10. 1?J1. LaGrange, H. C. "ure Sore Mouth Cured. I have used Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy for iiume s Hire mourn, ana was penectly cured. uu nTOciineny n as a pooa ionic. Jan. 13, ls&l. Maxton, S. C. Cures Itheuiuatism and Indigestion. Mr. J. C. Henderson, general manager of the Chattanoof.'a, Marsden and Hinniniifham rail rjad, says he does not believe there is a case of iiheumatism which Mrs. Joe Pern's itemedy will not cure, and it is the finest remedy for Indigestion he has ever reen. An Open Letter. xr t t, Moatox. N. C, June 2, 181ft. ifra. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: Dar Madam I have used your Remedy as a Ionic and Wood Puritierand unhesiutintrly pronounce it the beet that I have tried. 1 feel satisfied that it will do all you claim for iu H. D. Lequkx. Pastor llaptlst Church. rsignec Monday, the 6th Day of Nov., 1893, at 12 o'clock ra., at the court house door ln Durhim, N. C, sell at public auction to the bfhest bidder, the following described valu able improved real estate, situated ln the town or Durham, N. C. to-wit : 1. The "THE IIANNKK WAKEIIOISK LOT," which fronts ou the north side of Main street and runs across from Main street to Green street and two (2; chains and twenty eijfbt 2tf) links, or about one hundred and titty (I jO) feet wide, baid warehouse lot is situated in tho very centre of the business portion of Durham and offers a splendid opportunity for investment. 2. The "WATKI.NS STIiEET PRIZE HOUsK LOT," bounded on the north by W. It. Cooper's lot, on the west by It. G. Lea's lot, on the south by Watklns street, and on the east by Foster street, containing one-third of an acre, more or less. This property is ao favorably located and is very valuable. 3. The "J. S. LOCK II A KT KKSIIECE LOT," situated at what may be called theeaet end of Main st.eet in Durham, and containing one acre, more or less, adjoining the residence lots of S. T. Morgan and J. J. Carr. This lot has a very choice location, is well improed, and the residence and improvements thereon are in good condition, offerin to the pur chaser an eligible location an 1 one of the most convenient and comfortable family residences in Durham. TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash i and tho balance on a credit of six months, with inter est on deferred payment at 8 per cent per an num from diy oUale. Title reserved as secu rity for deferred payment. g. CARR, Durham, N. C. June 18. W. ' MortfcW.