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l'Mfi DUKHAM DALLY: GL.OJBJS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23.
Sthe gurhnm gaily, (Blob. liy AL FAIKRKOTUEK. excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu - lates throughout North Carolina. Tnr ITrrvi v fi T nnp fa a larva clirhf-nairo - .fntn n ia v. mail at $1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. u lobe telephone, o. .8. A II r A idv-n nr.4-a sins? tiAf-lAAO rt""4--Hvrt until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT Tun Globe is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, E. C. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1893. THIS GLOBE FOR 1893 Will call things by their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula- t.inn nf nil nt.hor nn nr. in tho .nnntv j ... " ' 1 P I It Will not waver in Its light lor the development and nrosnentv of thc New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. YK STOHY OF YE DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tyrae a Merchantt eayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let me show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I j will pvtt 1 lyne in ray papyr and not charge yov a ponnie." "All ripht," replyod ye Merchant, "and we will see." So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr : WANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 251! Old Street. Now yt liupcncd that 400 Peple cache brovjrhte a Dojrjre on ye next daye thereafter, so t hat Mister Jones (whic h was ye Merchantt 's nayme) was overrvnne with Dojrges. "S3 nee there are so nianye Dogges," said he. "I thynke I myyht make sonic lyiness and will g-ivt) you a pennie for cache I)ore." Ye peojle tooke ye penniceach for his Dogge becavse there were so manve Iioircs. and . T , , . I , V' t" mayd A lllO FoirrVNE and thereafter added to yt by advertizing Eddytor's papyr. American Grocer. in ye Stkwaut, of Nevada, havini; talkel for weeks, will now sior hlowini' nnil let liie o " w j Collea.iMii:, Mr. June-, hnvc a turn. These i two soloiKs represent a state with a total population of less ihan Durham and Or ange counties, and yet they obstruct busi ness in the senate in which millions of people are interested. These two leather lunged individuals should be abolished, along with the sage brush state they rep resent. Sksatou Uutlek, of South Carolina, seems to be playing into the hands of the Tillmaniics but all the same that gang will make him walk the plank next year, ana l;e Lad better do like Gen. Wade Hampton c down with flying colors. ioiUY i:h;ht hours has now ened out into weeks, and still length we are waiting for the seuate to do something. They say they will act Tuesday. Let us all w.sit until Tuesday. Pefkkii modestly suggested to the snite that perhaps he had talked too long, after talking for nearly a week on the instalment pl-m. Lkt Ad'ai go to Dloomingion and stay a few days, having Dave iliii in charge, ana we warrant that tmmefs would Willi a rush. go It is generally conceded, we believe, that .Senator Morgan, of Alabama, got off his I a e very badly last week. Pekkeu's whiskers slrmld be cropped. Perhaps his brain might clear up David H. Hill, of New York, h talk iDg sense these davs. Ou, roil an Andrew United States senate. Jackson in the Give us cloture, compromise or death. UNFOETPNATE KANSAS. The state of Kansas seems to be pecu liarly unfortunate. It enjoys the dis tinction of producing the largest crop of cranks and grasshoppers in the world. 1 18 a man in congress named Curtis, who 1 introduced a bill last week to abolish a number of custom houses in North Caro I I lina and Virginia. What does he know I about the needs of southern ports ? Ab I solutely nothing, and the house will promptly throw out this foolish bill, as I ' they did the one this numskull intro duced some months acjo to "refawm" the "alphabet." We give part of the latter proposed measure to show the size of the man. Here it is : Resolved, That the alphabet and all its be longings be committed to the care and control of the bureau of education for any improve ment in the form or the use of its letters that may help in school work and forward popular education. None but a consummate crank would ever have hatched up such nonsense. A telegram from Topeka startled the world last Tuesday with the information that a man there had discovered a com- pound which would bleach the skins of negroes. Poor old Kansas, we are sorry for you, as we would be for any state who will go down in history as the home of such people as Jobn Brown. Sister Lease. Whiskered Peffer and this new solon called Curtis. HOTEL LIFE. It in one of the anomalies of r.iouein hotel life that the more 3 ou pay the less you expect in return, remarks the New York Sun. In the huge caravan saries of the large American cities, where a man pays seventy-five dollars a week for a room, without board, he never thinks of asking any service of the employes without paying liberally for it; he is charged for a fire, for light after midnight, for the use of the telephone, for sending out a messag'o by an office boy, for taking lunch in his room, for corkage on his own wines, and must tip the waiters. In a country hotel, where he pays six dol- lars a week, with board, he can have a fire in his room when he wants it, he can trust the landlord to send letters and messages, he can smoke all over the house, he can borrow anything from a gun to a pair of trousers, he can get the landlady to mend his torn coat, he can call for breakfast at five o'clock in the morning and get it, he can get the landlord's boy to dig bait for him, and he has to tip nobody. A hospital car, to be run in connec- :tion witn every emigrant train and in ,case of the discovery of contagious dis- ease to be switched off and isolated, is I WHICH IS Leill'r I ;Urged bv eastern health officials. ThJ 'Baltimore & Ohio, whieh rarri'M n Hargre immigrant traffic, is favorable to ,the plan, and the other trunk lines will 'doubtless also adopt it. The attention which has been directed bv the nation- al association of railway surgeons and by other bodies of medical men to the subject of the proper and safe trans- portation of the sick has been of much i'vji.nHuu vja ic onjti uits ueen 01 mucn value to the public and the railways, and the additional safeguard that safeguard that would be afforded by a car in which sick immigrants could be separated from the well and properly treated should not be neglected. The latest form of horsewhip is con structed so as to give a slight electric shock to the animal. The handle, which is made of celluloid, contains a small induction coil and battery, the circuit being closed by means of a enrino" nush. Tha PvtramSti. r 0, 0 4 vnJulv, UA 'iP consists of two small copper plates insulated from each other, each of which is provided with a tiny point. The plates are connected to the indue- tion coil by means of a counle of fin insulated wires. With manv teamsfprs the old bludgeon or blacksnake will, however, remain in favor. "I've had some experience with rat tle," said a sportsman, "and several times I have been chased by ugly bulls, but I have no fear of them now. I find that when a bull disputes your path, or begins to paw and get his mad up, you can always drive him away by get ting the biggest stone you can handle and letting him have it in the ribs or on the head; only be prompt about it and don't wait for him to charge." This advice is, of course, only intended for those who are good at long-range tb. rowing. Ihs::op Asm, of Irasburg, Vt., has taken probably the longest carriage drive of any man in this country. Six teen years ago he left his little Ver mont home and drove to Minnesota, and thence to Oregon and the Pacific coast. Seven months ago Mr. Ash de cided to visit Irasburg once more. lie crossed the continent in a covered wagon drawn by Indian ponies, stop ping to see the world's fair. He made the journey from Chicago to Irasburg in forty-three days. Alcohol, although the most con venient heretofore fouud, has proved an unreliable fluid for low temperature thermometers. It is subject to the three vices of sticking to the tube, irregular expansion and defect from impurities and variations in water content, which affect its expansion materially. M. Chappuis has found toluol, the boiling point of which Is 110 degrees C, a liquid well adapted to the purpose and disadvantages. free from these Let the compromise begin. ! fin HANDY STATUTES. An attorney at Klng'fisher, Oklahoma, recently issued a circular which points out that the statutes of Oklahoma specify no fewer than "ten separate and distinct causes, for anyone or more of which a divorce may be obtained," Including that all embracing term, "gross neglect of duty;" tlxat the pro- A A m 1 A Date court 01 eacn county, "wnica is always in session," has jurisdiction in actions for divorce, "which affords litigants an opportunity to obtain re lief very speedily and without having to await the slow process of the dis trict court;" that the statute required only three months' residence in the territory; and, finally, that "persons comingf to Oklahoma will find the city of King-fisher, with its four thousand inhabitants and all modern improve ments, a very pleasant place to live in." Apparently Indiana, Chicago and South Dakota are all to be outdone in the divorce line by Oklahoma. A physician has written an article to show that dyspepsia is due to a dis order of the head and not to the stom ach, lie savs: "The numbers of so- called dyspeptics that are cured by the disappearance of business, domestic or social annoyance are nearly unlimited. An overdue note in the possession of a beetle-nosed and beetle-eyed creditor iS more productive of dyspepsia than a meal of second-hand carpet tacks. In fact, it may be a safe thing" to assume that in dyspepsia we had better look to the garret, closet or cellar of the dyspeptic's house or among his busi- ness or social relations rather than to his stomach for the solution of the dif ficulty." m . j. he mania among- wealthy young women for eloping with coachmen has spread to Russia. The only daughter of Prince Xernatojeff, of Moscow, has furnished the latest instance of the craze. She has fled from the parental roof with the young man who drove the family coach, and in order to provide against poverty during the honeymoon she took one hundred thousand of Papa Xernatoieff's roubles with her. No one can account for the infatua- 1 tion, but it can be seen at a glance why she should be anxious to change her name. They are now telling the story of a leading citizen of a town in Oregon, who was selected to read the declara tion of independence at the celebra tion of the Fourth of July, that ho had got half way through the first article of the constitution of the United States before a member of the committee on arrangements on the stage behind him recovered presence of mind enough to Pul1 hi coat tail, seize his book, open "o"" UUU OI.U1 K lillil .JL anew on the self-evident truths. That pleasant old Dutch name Wat- ervllet equivalent to simply "float water- The vhet is from the same root as the Saxon verb that means to flow or to float. It may mean the water vessels float upon or the aggre- 8"atlon of vessels, horth fleet, south fleet ebb fleet and a dozen more such are Enfflish geographical names con- o - "t-j """j -- tainin this root- and it occurs in Flc street ley which sometimes mea Fleet means a small river or river valley, is from the same root, and this form occurs in several geographical names here abouts. Aiioxo the queerest of food adul terants introduced of late is ivory dast. Ti ' . 1,1 T -! . . iiisoom m honaon at sixpence per pound. Ivory dust is the waste which results from the manufacture of ivory into various articles, and a workshop will accumulate from five to six pounds a week. ihe proportions are one pound of dust to a quart of water, boiled eight or ten hours. The prod- uct is a clear jelly, which is strained and flavored to taste, or diluted for souP Hood Awnie L. Arm Ci Augusta, Ky. Efloro Than Fteased With Hood's Sarsaparilla For Tet ter and Blood Impurities Stronger and Better Ui Every Way. I have bpen mors t-Vaa plrascd with Ilood'a Sarsapariila. I 1uit3 tuflcrrtl v. iih teller brec!: Vzg cut oa Ky face all orcr ray bo :y all toy life. I never could Cnd taytliin to tlo it good until I be ran to take Hood's rsaparillrw I have now used about cisiit bottles, cud Oh, it has done nc so much good that I have the utmost js? r& laith in it and recer.mcnd it t- crrrycr.?. Besides JrarIf - vin2 tic H Lis izz i-0 VM SO EUCil , stronger ar.d better I Io net feci liliz the canae person at alL" Axxie Auta, Ky. Hood's Pills easily, yet promptly and efflciently, on the liver and bowels. 25c s Gii res I nuoy r (PERRY'S OLD STAND,) Will keep on hand all the time a full line of Feed, such as Corn, Hay and Oats. A full line of Gents7 Underwear, Ladies7 Vests and Hosiery of all grades. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Wood and Willow-ware. Meal, Meat, Flour, Bran, Shipstuff, Tobacco, Cigrars and Snuff, Wholesale and Retail. Sole agent for one of the largest Tanneries in the state. always COIJITTR Y- IF1 IR, I IE 3ST ID To call and -examine my Canned Goods of most every ers pjckle RlairL Street- fovv to aVoid So 'fe IROBLE is SOLVED by ttie production, of our Ney Shorten i no-. ensb, healfi- rul.WrSolesome pastry. Co'Cnj authoritieSu.enc(ofe QofTOL. YOU can't afford to do Made only by . N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. bok'sCottonRoot c COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an ol4 chyslciaru Succes&fuUu used monthly by thousands of La dies. Is the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine dlscor- ered. Beware of unprincipled ATnsrtriat.lt Who nfFev i-ntarlnr medicines in place of this. A sk for Cook's Corros xtOOT OOMPOTTKTV tn IrA tin frtjhxtit n tt nrtnolniail anrl 6 cents in postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, rnuiu man. run Beaxea pariicuiaxs in plain envelope, to ladles only, 2 stamps. Auaresa fond i,iiy Company. o. 3 1 isaer iiloct, Detroit, ilich. tSold In Durham and every wlitre hx all responsible druggists. 6. M. HARDIN, JR., Ml hi d Mh Near Firc-t Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Hates. Finest Carriages in tha City. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. G. STORKOMS, Stall No. 9, City Market. IS STOCK: Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables in Season Fresh Country Butter and Foultry a Specialty. GIVE ME A CALI i nT 11 w Uaht. M. BAKBEJS DEALER IN on nana. 1 wouia especially stock of Thomasville Shoes for MERCHANDISE. variety. Tarbell's full Cream Cheese, Cakes and Crack- an(j Preserve Jai'S from 1 to 5 ffalloilS. MILLINERY GOODS MRS. BETTIE 3LEE & 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. H. Janes' jowclry store Monday, October 1G. Our friends are specially invited to call to see us at our new place Tuesday, the 17th, and every day thereafter. Mrs. Bettie Lee & Co. We can make you satisfactory prices upon a T "Z" IP IK! "W I T :e :r, No matter what priced machine you want. GONZALES & WITHERS, Columbia, S. C. Mis, Joe Person's Remedy Will Cure Eczema. LAG range, X. C, Sept. 20. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, N. C: Dear Madam I have used your valuable Iiemedy with satisfactory results in a very se ver? case of Eczema. It is highly important to Wfefain that succor may attend you in your noble undrtakins- lam resiKtf nllv J noDie una.rtaKing, j am, ".specti uiM , mhs. iiohi t. i.illo. use tne v an in connection with the item ear. AVill Cnre Skin Eruption. I, the undersigned, do certify that our labe, attheageof three months, was taken M-ith a breaking out or skin eruption, which balHed the skill of our finest physicians for two years, and never did tret relief until I used Mrs. Joe Person's Kemedy, and one-half bottle made a final cure. W. 8. Koaoi. Coiville, Pitt County. N. C. Xur;' Sore Mouth. I was badly afflicted with nurse's sore mouth and was perfectly cured by using Mr?. Joe Person s Kemedy. l round it a cue tonic and strengthener of the system. Mas. Josepfi Kissev, Sept. 19. mi. LaG range, N. C. Nurse's Sore Mouth Cured. I have useJ JIr. Joe Person's Iiemedy for nurM;'s sure mouth, and was perfectly cured, and can recommend it as a good tonie. Jltti. v. s. McNaih, Jan. 13, im. Maxton, S. C. Cures Rheumatism and Indlgetiou. Mr. J. C. Henderson, general manager of the Chattanooga, Marsden and Birmingham rail road, says he does not believe there is a case of Rheumatism which Mrs. Joe Person's Iiemedy will not cure, and it is the finest remedy for Indigestion tie has ever seen. An Open Letter. Mowgastox, X. C, June 28, ism. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, X. C: Dear Madam I have used j our Remedy as a Tonic and HJood Purifier and unhesitatingly pronounce it the best that I have tried. 1 feel satisfied that it will do all you claim for it. II. D. Leqcei, Pastor Baptist Church. 1 A full stock of their Leathor invite my men, women and children. 9 IT- C. O m BIILLMERY! LATEST NEW YORK STYLES -AT- Mrs. Ada Smith's Stock selected personally by Mrs. Smith with a special view to pleas ing her customers, and embracing all the mo-il rishiouable shapes and trimmings in fall and winter milli nery. See her styles before making a selection. i MORTGAGEE'S SALE I Hy virtue of the mortgage deed from Jol.n S. Lockiiart and wile to J. 8. Car1, datl ti e 13th day of November. I8M, which Is duly re'- -11 VXrJ t K."fa.KOS;', rS8. t i to d06, in the olhce of the rejlster of deeds for Durham county.and pursuant to the power cf galc therc,n grantel. the uodenlirued will, in Monday, the 6th Day of Nov., 1893, at 1'2 o'clock m., at the court house door In Durham, N. C, bell at public auction to the highest bidder, the following described valu able improved real estate, eltuted in tbetown of Durham, N. C. to-wit : 1. The " THK HAN N Kit WAItEIIOLSK LOT," which fronts on the north side of Main street and runs across from Main street to (Jreen street and two (2) chains and twenty eight &!) links, or about one hundred and hi ty (1VJ) feet wide. Said warehouse lot la situated in the ery centre of the business portion of Durham and offers a splendid opportunity for investment, 2. The "WATKISS STKKKT VHIZK IIOI'At: LOT," bounded on the north by w. IL Cooper's lot, on the west by It. ti. Ix-a a lot, on the south by Watkins street, and .on the east by Poster street, containing ODth,1d.?X an acre, more or les. TbW property isaUo favorably located and ia very valuable. 3. The "J. S. LOCKUAKT KESIDKSCK LOT," situated at what may be called the east end of Main street In Durham, and containing one acre, more or less, adjo ning the residence lots of S.T.Morgan and J.S.Carr. Thia lot has & verv choice location. Is well Improved, and the residence and improvement i thereon conrenient i In Durham. TERMS 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 diy of sale. Title reserved as secu rity for deferred payment g CARB Durham. N. C June 16, 93. ' Mortgage. S YAH DURHAM PROPERTY are in trood conuiuou, oun ug w iu pur chaser an eligible location an J one of the most and comioruiuie uiuujr rvsiucuccB