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XizLK DUliMAM DAIJLY GJLOBJfi, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. newest q he gurlram aili) (Slobe. By AL TAIKBROTHEB. The Globe Is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 60 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 $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. IUKIIAM, N. C. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1893. THE GLOBE FOR 1803 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 STORY OF YE DOGUE. Once in yo very olden tyme a Merchantt sayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let ir.e show yov," said ye Eddytor. "1 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 : w ANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 25i! Old Street. Now yt hapened that 400 lVple cache brovghte a Dogge on ye next daye thereafter, so that Mister Jones (which was ye Merchantt's nayme) was overrvnne with Dogges. Synee there are so manye Dogges," said he, "I thynke I myght make some byiness and will givo you a ponnie for cache Dogge." Ye people tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge beeavse there were so manyo Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye 400 Dogges and made bootes and gloves from j-e 4(M) hydes and thvs mayd A Rig Fortvne and thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Eddy tor's papyr. American Grocer. The Japanese persimmon has 'been grown for some 3ears past in parts of the western shore of Maryland, protected from early frosts by the proximity of the Chesapeake. It is believed that Com modore Perry first sent the seeds of the Japanese persimmon to the United States in 1850. The fruit has become an important product in California, and it is now produced in Florida. A lady at Marietta, Ga., is said to have made enough money by selling milk, butter, eggs nnd old clothes to pay the expenses of herself and her husband to the world's fair and buy herself an outfit besides. There are lots of women who have nearly killed themselves working in order to have the means to visit the great fair. Tiie oldest freemason we are in formed is dead again this time in New South Wales. He was Ernest O. Smith, of Elizabeth Iay, who combined the functions of consul general for Portu gal, consul generdl for Hawaii and consul for Peru in Australia. A mosaic portrait of President Cleve land is on exhibition in Yonkers, X. Y., which contains 300,000 pieces of Italian marble of various colors and weighs SOO pounds. It is the work of Marienne Gilbert, an artist at Rome. Four billions nine hundred and two millions nine hundred and twenty-four thousand one hundred and twenty-one pounds of grain are annually put into beer and liquor in the United States. The wine crop of this country, it is estimated, wttl exceed twenty-six mil lion gallons this year, and a large part of it will acquire a French accent be fore it is finally disposed ot THE HARD TIMES. " 'TIs an ill wind that blows nobody good." Shakespeare. One good effect of the money strin gency, and the hard times consequent thereupon, will be the lesson of economy which oar people will have learned by the time it passes. Extravagance in living, in eating and dressing, is a wrong com mitted against the natural and moral life of the individual. And the fast living of the few sets a bad example to the many. People who are not able, try to keep up with the procession, and weaken them selves beyond recuperation. We heard a lady remark recently that the hard times would teach peopl to be independent, and give them courage to be just what they are before the world. There was wisdom in that remark. Many- people lack the moral courage to let it be known that they are not able to keep up an ex ternal show of wealth. There is a strain to make a fine show, and this leads not only to debt, but also to reckless specula tion in order to get money. Nearly all the bank failures, defaulting cashiers, ab sconding treasurers, as well as gambling in all its forms, are the results of this love of outward show. The hard times are well worth the price theycost if they teach us the lesson of economy. Another valuable lesson resulting from the hard times is, that men will learn that there are higher values than mere mate rial things. There are values that no money stringency can reach a working, uplifting force that is beyond the reach of hard times. One of these is education, and such an education as is higher than amere dollar making knowledge. Money- making is all right in its place ; but it is not all, and he who stops there is not wise. He is the sport of every cross current of trade and of every adverse wind. A right education is a perennial fountain of enjoyment and a qualification for converse with the heavens. And another lesson which the hard times will teach is, a kindliness of feeling and charity towards our fellow men. A time of suffering is "a touch of nature that makes the whole world kin." We are all more or less affected by it. It furnishes a universal plea for forbearance. It gives place for the stirrings of pity and sympathy, and teaches all men how weak they are in the presence of a great calamity. And why should we not learn this les son? We have no doubt that all men are better than we give them credit for being. There is a spark in every man, uppn which, if we can at the right time turn the current of a true sympathy, we shall blow into a flame of kindness and gener osity and virtue that would astonish us. A want of confidence directed towards jour tellows a selhsh suspicion is the recipe for our own unhappiness. To suspect him of thinking, saying or doing what perhaps he never thought of think ing, saying or doing, is not only to injure him, but to make ourselves uncomfortable also. The intention to do wrong js not always as really present with men as v,e may think. If these hard times teach us these les sons, then truly an ill wind has blown us good. THIS F. I. I. I. MILITARY. This company has been the pride and glory of the whole state, when no other at all like it existed in North Carolina, and scarcely in the south. It was organ ized in Fayetteville over one hundred years ago. Its officer was breveted for meritorious services in the war of 1812; so that its first officer, instead of being a mere captain, was promoted to that of major. It was in the first battle of our civil war at Big Bethel, and served in various capacities throughout that mem orable contest. It takes a piide, therefore, in the con federate grey uniform it wore in many a battle, atd as this hurt nobody, the com pany ought to have been indulged in this pardonable pride. But it, seems that the militia officers of the state, clothed with a lmie bn I authority, have deprived them of their guns, etc , aud thus ex pelled them from the State Guard, and all because they would not wear the blue. This is more than a blunder, and par takes largely of the nature of an outrage. Governor Carr ought to make haste to remedy this piece of littleness. A MEMORABLE EVEM. The people of Janie: tv. ii. Va., are tallzinyf of a tri-ceutennial to celebrate the establishment of the first English colony on the American continent. Jamestown was settled in 1007, hence there are nearly fourteen years for preparation. This celebration will be an unusually pleasant event, as there is really no Jamestown now except a few heaps' of ruins, and the affair can assume the character of a camp meet ing1 or picnic in the woods. The cel ebration should not on any account be postponed another century, as there is dang-er that all trace of the old town will be lost long- before the next hun dred years roll around. Jamestown is famous for the rescue of Capt. John Smith, the apotheosis of Pocahontas, the introduction of African slaves into the United States, and for being the first capital of Virginia. Washington and Richmond are conveniently near for visitors, and the centennial can be made, a very interesting occasion no' account of old historical associations. ' The principal speaker at a Smith family reunion down in Maine, said that they were all proud of the name because the Smiths have held the most i offices and kissed the most girls. ! AT RANDOM. Now the striugency of money, What a trouble 'tis, my honey ; And the everlasting din about the hard times that are on us. 'Tis enough to run us crazy. Especially those who'er lazy, And who do not care a f rip about our pocket book, dog-gone us ! There now ! If that don't wake up Voorhees and Peffer and the rest of 'em, we'd like to know the reason. Mr. A. M. Rigsbee has cleaned up the grass and weeds on the sidewalk in front of his prop erty on Holloway 6treet. It looks nice. Now let others do likewise, and not crosswise or otherwise. The winter will eoon be upon us. We might import a few trillion tons of mud from Wake court house to make our streets soft. As for sidewalks, what's the use. Any little village can have sidewalks, good and hard in winter, but it takes a hummer like Durham city to do without those antiquated appendages to civili zation. Let's have the mud. PERILS OF COLLEGE LIFE FOR GIRLS Every point of view that comes from careful observation iias its in teres ana it is the opinion of a man who is president of a college for joung women that the college education, while it broadens the mint! and strengthens the executive ability of young women, is open to more perils in the physical side than is the same education for her brother. The woman he compares to "a delicare piece of porcelain," her brother to "common crockery," which can endure much rougher usage without danger. Woman, he sajs, will not admit this truth, though the fact remains that she is a "more highly developed animal" and "open to more disturbances from a hygienic point." Girls, he also says, submit to long lessons when boys would rebel, and in their sports do not indulge in those of the most recreative kind. In the matter of food he finds that many girls do not eat the foods that are best for intellectual workers, but have a greater fondness for meats and confectionery than for oatmeal. Indeed, he believes that candy is the rival of the ciar. A BOON TO STOCKMEN. Ml:. .-. .. : - -h:v of Texas, who - f.-.-r Terminat ing coyotes I.- raoetilatir.' t.'-.cna with the manga was lately mentioned in the papers, reports that the plan prom ises suecc.is. His plan is to catch wolves or coyotes in a trap and put them in a corral with a dog badly af fected with the mange, and after they had become infected to turn them loose to spread the disease. It is said the disease is incurable. Mr. Campbell has infected and turned loose about twenty eoj-otes and wolves in this way in three or four months. He has not yet found any dead wolves, but he has trapped several that had the disease in an advanced stage, from which he con cludes it is spreading, ne says noth ing but a carnivorous animal will take the disease, and consequently there is no danger to stock in spreading it. "Wolves and coj-otes have greatly in creased in recent years in spite of all attempts to clean them out, and stock men are watching Mr. Campbell's scheme with great interest. The farmers of the northwest intend to exterminate chich-bugs and all the other bugs which have been preying upon grain since grain existed. Chinch bugs have probably done more harm in the aggregate to wheatfields than all other causes, wind, rain and hail com bined. But the state entomological station has at last discovered a para Bite which it is expected will eat the chinch-bugs faster than they can prop agate, and such experiments as have been made have been highly satisfac tory. "2 wo Lives S.tved. Mrs. Phabe Thomas, of Junction City, 111, was told bv her doctors she hnd con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles ol Dr. hint's 2se.v .Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. I nomas t peers, 130 Honda street, Kan Francisco, suffered from a dread ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle f Dr. King's Xew Discovery and in two weeks was cured. lie is natuially thankful. It is such result-, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at R. P.lacknal! A Son's drug store. lieriilr size 50c. and i. I " WORTH A GUINEA A DOS." PAINLESSEFFECTUAL FOR A DISORDERED LIVER S Taken as directed these famous Pills will prove marvellous restoratives to all T enfeebled by the above or kindred diseases. 25 Conts a Box. I J but generally recognized in England and, i '-i u.iuu(;!iuai me woria io ire worm a 0 puinea a box." for the reason that they WILL CVJtt: a trid range of com- 5 planus, and that they have saved to many 5 sufferers net merely one but many guineas, in doctors' bills. J OX all drueeists. Price 25 cents box. i New York r uepoi. -jc: i aru St. ' F, (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, Ladies' Vests and Hosiery of all grades. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Wood and Willow-ware. MEAL, MEAT, FLOUR, BRAN, SHIPSTUFF. Tobacco, Cigars and Snufl; 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 To call and examine my stock of Thomasville Shoes for men, women and children. Canned Goods of most every variety. Tarbell's full CreamCheese, Cakes and Crack ers. Pickle and Preserve Jars from 1 to 5 gallons. IF Main Street. A Revolution In Eating 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 colo, 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. Sold by Leading Grocers. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. WOOD'S " PIIOSPIIODINIi The Great English Remedy. Promntlv and nermanenfr Iy cures all forms of Nervous weaKnesa, emissions, sperm atorrhea. Imwitencv and all effects of Abuse or Excesses. Been prescribed over 85 years in thousands of cases; Is the only Reliable and Hon est Medicine known. Ask druggist for Wood's Phos phodink: If he offers soma eforc and After worthless medicine In nl&ce of this, leave his dishonest store, inclose price in letter, and we will send by return mail. Price, one Package, si; six, 90. tme ti-tu piease, stx will cure. amphlet injplaln sealed envelope, 2 stamps. Address THK VVUUU CHEMICAL CO.. 131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Mich. C3Sold in Durham and everywhere by all responsible druggists. Joe Person's Remedy Will Cure Eczema. LaG range, N. C, Sept. 20. Mrs. Joe Person, Kittrell, X. C: Dear madam 1 nave used your valuable Remedy with satisfactory results in a very se e .e case of Eczema, it is highly important to use the Wash in connection with the Remedy. Wishinjr that success may attend you in jour noble undertaking', 1 am, respectfully. .MRS. HEX HY lu. DILLON. Will Cure Skin Eruption. I. the undersigned, do certify that our labe. at the age of three months, was taken with a breaking out or skin eruption, which battled the skill of our finest physicians for two years, and never did get relief until I used Mrs. Joe Person s Itemed y, and one-ha If bottle made a final cure. w. S. ItOACn, Coxville, Pitt County, N. C. Nurse's Sore Mouth. I was badly afflicted with nurse's sore mouth and was perfectly cured by using Mrs. Joe Person s hemwy. 1 found it a tints tonic and strengthener of the system. MRS. JOSEPH Kixsey, Sept. 19. mi. LaG range, N. C. Nurse's Sore Mouth Cured. I Lave used Mrs. Joe Ferson's Remedy for nun&e"s sore mouth, and was perfectly cured. and can recoinin-nd it as a good tonic. MRS. W. S. MCNAIK, Jan. 13, im. Maxton, N. C. Cures Rheumatism and Indigestion. 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 Remedy will not cure, and it is the finest remedy for Indigestion he has ever seen. An Open letter. Mo gastos. X. C. June 28. 1893. Mrs. Joe Ftison, Kittrell, X. C: 1)ar Madam I have ued your Remedy as a Tonic and Rlood Purifier and unhesitatingly pronounce it the best that I have tried. I feel satisfied that it will do all you claim for it. H. 1). LXQCEX, Pastor Baptist Church. -y- - - Mrs M DEALER IN MERCHAND We can make you satisfactory prices upon a T IE? IE DR, I T E No matter what priced machine you want. GONZALES & WITHERS, Columbia, S. C. HerfelkiWestern R.R. Schedule in Effect April I, 1892 DURHAM DIVISION. LEAVE DURHAM, N. C. 3:10 p. m. Daily for Lynchburg and Way Statioua. Arrive Lynchburg 7:55 p. m. All trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart from Union station. Lynchbursr. Trains arrive at Durham from Lynchburg at 11:50 a. m. daily. Trains 71 and 72 have coach bet een Durham and South lloaton. Leaves Durham 6:30 a. m.: arrives Durham 5:15 p. m Daily except Sun- day. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston-Salem 1:50 p. m. daily ; ar rive at Kcauoke 7:00 p. no. MAIN LINE WEST HOUND. LEAVE LTSCHBUUG DAILY. 5:30 p. m., for Koanoke. Kadford, Pulaski, Bristol and all points south, via K. T. V. & G., It. It., also for Hut-field, Ohio Kxtension. Leave Mueioll 6:10 k. na. daily forKcnovaand Colutibus. Parlor (Jar to Koinoke. Pullman Slet'pcr Uoanoke to Memphis via Knokville and ChatUtLioOt'ri. 725 a. m. for Uoanoke. Kadford. Pulaski, Bristol : also for Bluefield, Pocahontas. Elk- horn and stations Clinch Valley Division ; also for Louisville and stations L. & N. li. ll. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Louis ville via Norton. Connects at lioanoke 7:35 a. m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. Pullman Sleeper Roanoke to Nashville, Mem phis and New Orleans. Dining Car attached. 2:35 p. m., daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations. lias no connections beyond Roanoke. EAST BOUSD LEAVE LYNCUBCIiG DAILY. 9:15 a. m. for Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk arrives Petersburg at 1:25 p. m. connect ing with Richmond and Petersburg railroad, rrriving in Richmond at 2:15 p. m. Arrive Norfolk 6:00 p. m. 11:50 p. m. Arrive Petersburg 4:15 a. m. connecting with R. 6c P. R. R. daily; anive Richmond 7:47 a m.; arrive Norfolk 7:00 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. A!go Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will bo ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. for reception of passengers. 2:55 p. m. for Kichmond, Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norfolk 9:20 p. m. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. B. BEVILL. G. P. & T. Agent, lioanoke. Va. G. ST0HN0NIS, Stall No. 9, City Market. LN STOCK: Canned Goods, Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY. ETC. Ail Kinds Vegetables in Season Freiii Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. GIVE ME A CAM s Durham, IT, C L IILLMERY! LATEST NEW YORK STYLES -AT- rs. Mela Smith s Sioik selected personally by Mrp. Smith with a special view to pleas ing her customers, and embracing all the most fashionable shapes and trimmings in fall and winter milli nery. See her styles before making a selection. Ill DURHAM PROPERTY 1 MORTGAGEE'S SALE! By virtue of the mortgage deed from John S. Lockhart and wife to J. 8. Carr, dated the 13th day of November. 1888, which is duly reg istered in book No. 12 (mortgages), pages 3.V. to 30tf, in the office of the register of deeds for Durham county, and pursuant to the power of sale therein granted, the undersigned will, on Monday, the 6th Day of Nov., 1893, at 12 o'clock m., at the court house door In at Dublic auction to the Durham, N. C, sell hitchest bidder, the following described valu able improved real estate, situated in the town of Durham, N. C, to-wit : 1. The "TnK IIANNKK WAICEHOISK LOT," which fronts on the north side of Main street and runs across from Main street to Green street anrf two (2) chains and twenty eight 28) links, or about one hundred and litty (150) feet wide. Said warehouse lot is situated in the very centre of the business portion ot 'Durham and offers a splendid opportunity for investment. 2. The "WAT KINS STREET PRIZK HOUnE LOr," bounded on the north by W. R. Cooper's lot, on the west by R. G. Lea s lot, on the south by Watkins street, and on tbe east by Poster street, containing one-tbird of anacie, more or less. This property is also favorably located and is very valuable. 3. The "J. 8. LOCKHART RESIDENCE LOT," situated at what may be called the east end of Main street in Durham, and containing one acre, more or less, adjoining the residence lots of 8. T. Morgan and J. 8. Carr. This lot has a very choico location, is well improved, and the residence and improvements thereon are in good condition, otfering to the pur chaser an eligible location ani one of the moet convenient and comfortable family residences in Durham. TERMS OF SA LK One-half cash and tie balance on a credit of tlx months, with inter est on deferred payment at 8 per cent per an num from dy of sale. Title reserved as secu rity for deferred payment. ATt Durham. N. C. June 14. U3. Mortgagee. G. M. HAEDIN, JR., Liwy, Feed d Sds Siablss ! Near First Baptist Church. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Reasonable Hates. Finest Carriagei in the City. BOARDING HORSES A 8PECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Drlyers. niVK MR A CALL. World's Fair, Chicago. (. Calumet Arenne and 20th Strw-t. 'ftTPI m m Fireproof j 244 ruonwj near (Wf ill ft bla Ground; baths on erery floor. ....... American aod European pL- Fil V I