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til thk DUKHAM lAlJi: G-LOJiJfi, THUESDAY, NOVEMBEK9. tit H s ill M t j I J i ' t j e - i I I . J ; m M 1 J ' A t: i l- 'I1 'S l t - i if, Ml " V i i i 5.1 ' ; H p - ii -: i! if ; i t ' til'. j 4 1 1 , r i 4 ; r i . ( ; ta t . i. ! :! r ' f 1 b I ! r r ; i i 1 i ': ! i 'll m f! P. :,1 Hi 1 P i: rife 'SIhe niirh;ui xlaitu (Dlobt. It j AL FAI RBItOTHEK. TnE Globe la published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The GroBE circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by n ail at f 1.50 a year in advance. Oilice corner Main and Church street. Globe telephone, No. 76. All advertisement nnd notices continued until ordered out. Addred.' uli c miaunlca.ti'ons to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Geo ii e is entered at the pot to ill ce, Dur hiiiu, N. C, as mail matter its the seeond elas. L)U MUM! C Tin: !:sd ay, Novi:Miii:ii o, 1&93 Tin-; ;loi;?: i osi i.:5 S2 .-- - - r . - -.- .-r. Will call things by (heir real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than douMe the combined circula tion of all other p:pers in the county. It will not waver in its light for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. YE STOKY OF YE DOUGH. Once in ye very olden tynie a Merehantt sayd too an Kddytor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let me show yov," said ye Eddy tor. "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 j s line in his papyr : WAXTllll A IHK1GF:. JOHN JONES, 2.m T Old Street. Now yt hapened that 4(H) IVp'.e eaehe brovghtea Dogfreon ye nvxt daye thereafter, so that Mister Jones which was ye Merchantt's nayine) was overrvnne with Dogges. "Synee there are so inanye Dogges," said he, "I thynke I myght make some byiness and will givo you a pennie lor eaehe Doggo." Vo people tooke ye prunic each for his Dogge beeaxse there were so inanye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye lod Dogges and made bootes and gloves from ye KXl liydes and tins m.iyd A 1!h; Kdhtvnk and thereafter added to j t by advei t i.mg in ye Eddytor's papjT. American Grocer. Tin; first step on tl.e pronrnmnie of the Memorial a- ciatin of 1 lie District of Columbia has 1 ecu taken in opening to the public tl.c l ouse in which Lincoln died urui which it is proposed to trans form into a museum for Lincoln relics Americans, it is claimed, are too devoid of the historical perspective and too much bent upon impioviii the present to give any Uuniion to preserving the most im portant mementoes of the pust. To cul tivate this regal d for the historic spot With which the progress of the United Stales has been intimately connected through its great men is the prime object of the organization formed at Washing ton unir the prc-Hency of Ciiikk .Jrs- T.CK Ft 1 .1 1 l. Thlkk are bright aHti aspiring minds on the farms of the country young men and vour,.: w men to whom the "pent up Utica" of l:,nn 'ife is almost intolerable They kr.ew there is a world outside of their narm.v sphere where they believe they could find happiness, contentment and advat.e c!iie;it S me go, and unfor tunately not r.l! such attain what they hoped L . Oihrsn;n"in at home from a sen.-e oi duty or 1 tcau-c they have not the e 1'iiii'ui' U fi.iv the uncertain i it s and dangers o! . ife in the- cry, but they are resile ss i.i.d dixvuteuied. There may be noMive r. ign remedy for thus condition of affairs, but it is possible to mnbe farm l.le more alr.e t;ve- thai: it genemily is, and ihe iurii!' r who ha-, time for reflec tion on .viici; ::. .!: i - can address himself to few things so importa;;! as that of pro id r.g meiho:s ! r making his boys and girls content with farm life and keeping them at home. Mr JiM NEPOTISM AT WASHINGTON. An investigation of the different de partments of the government by a joint committee of the senate and bouse of representatives for the purpose of ascer taining how the public service might be reformed and the capacity of its personal force improved and elevated has dis closed some interesting facts. Among them perhaps none is more interesting than the discovery of the extent to which nepotism prevails in the public service It is known to comparatively few that ia the departments at Washington the rela tives of senators and other prominent personages constitute a considerable pro portion of the employes, hut even those who are aware of this may be surprised at the large number of such, while to the great mass of the people the evidence of nepotism in the public service will he astounding. As fully as the committee ha3 been able to ascertain, there are in the several de partments at Washington 5,010 employes having relatives who, al tiie same time, draw salaries from the government. Ac cording to a published statement five ollicials have ouch eight relative s who are sustained with themselves at the public crib; four have each seven relatives in government employment; ten have six each ; twenty six have five each ; ninety six have four each ; 229 have three each ; 1,037 have two each, and 403 have each one relative who is also in the service of the United States. The total number of employes is 17,599, and nearly one third of these have relatives who are able to boast of drawing salaries from the public treasury. It is stated by the committee that in thirty-seven cases husband and wife draw official salaries. There is one case in which husband, wife, brother and son, as well as another relative, are on the pay rolls, and in still another case husband, wife, sister and five other rela tives in public employment. Not less than 887 male employes have brothers in the public service, and 027 women em ployes have also secured good places for their sisters through the influence they have with the dispensers of patronage One woman clerk has a husband, two brothers and a sister holding less lucra tive places in the government. Fifteen ollicials have both sons and daughters in the public service, the united salaries of the family making a very generous in come. To some extent civil service reform is responsible for the nepotism that exists in t lie departments at Washington, but only to a very limited degree, the fact being that the system antedates that re form and has been in practice for many years. Indeed there has never been a time, at least within the last fift' years, when there was not more or less nepot ism in the government service, and not only in the legislative and executive de partments, but in the judicial department also. An investigation of the federal courts of the country would show that the prevalence of this practice is wide spread. Nepotism in public offices can not be approved under any circumstan stances, and such a rank growth of the system as is shown by the investigations of the joint committee of congress calls for vigorous efiorts to put an end to the practice. Referring to this matter, a contemporary says there is doubtless much ground for the complaint that un der the spoils policy appointments are made upon no other claim or merit than party service, but under the syetem of nepotism revealed in this committee's re port many official appointments have been due to claims and merits of a more doubtful character than the most un srupulous service of party. I TIIK DMCKKK IS MAUF. Colon kl Dana ably says after the re suit : The political carnpaigu which eu led yesterday was of she r. duration, but it was long enough to be exhilara ting and exciting. Happy are the peo ple who have w n the privilege of self trovernment. Existence for them lias a zest which only they can enjoy. An ehction is a race in which the whole people are entered. It is the most exciting of all competitions. It i3 a con test beside which every other game in which men engage is of paltry conse quence. All social distinction, all dif ferences of material condition, all moral variations ate obliterated on election day. The highest title is the title of cit izenship. Every citizen is the equal ia power of any other. Then all men see h w false and vain and silly is the talk of the rule of plutocracy. Then it is made evident how empty is the boat of aristocracy, and how baseless is the fear that in this eiemocratic republic there can arise any power superior to the peo ple. The only power here is the will of the people It is the only boss The people of this town have been told by certain stump speakers that they are the slaves of Eoss Chokfu ; but such talk is a waste of breath The) know better. They are the boss. They are run by the machine, a'eir ev V Rut who runs the machine V Where eices it get its motive power ex cept from the people? How can the people be the cteaturcs of the politicians when the politicisns are their creatures, mere agents, whose power is dependent on the popular will? Of whataccout:t is a candidate for efhce as compartel with the people who dispense the office? They make him or they unmake him, political'y, according ?o their will He is an applicant for a situaiion as a j ublic servant, which only they have the power of giving. All he can do is to submit his claims to their consideration, produce his references. They accept him or reject him, as they think best. Their will is : irresistible. It is the sole sovereign, and its decrees are absolute. Hence an election is the most moment ous of all human contests. It is asking the people what they want. It is the de termination of the popular will. The sovereign makes decision, and what the decision will be where it is the collective will of millions cf people, is always a matter of doubt, cf eager expectancy. Is life worth living V Perhaps not under some ciicumstance-, hut in a country of self government and universal suffrage it is a glorious privilege for every citizen; For that alone it of priceless value. It is abundantly worth living, simply to he ai American citi.' n Transatlantic steamer records eon tinue to te broker) with alatming regn larity Five days from America to Eu rope is ti e promi.-irig probability of the coming few years The t me honored ciiiuni of observing the last Thuis lay i;; November as a day of general i hankst; i vi rir will be followed this vear r.s in nn-eedf g wars THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION Issued hy Governor Carr, Naming Thurs day, November 30. Washington, Nov. 8. Governor Carr to-day issued his Thanksgiving proclama tion to the people of the state according to the usual annual custom. It is hand somely printed and bears the great seal of North Carolina in a pretty blue tint The following is the proclamation : State of North Carolina, Executive Department. At the close of another year it is meet and proper that as a state and nation we should give thanks to the author of every good and perfect gift for the many bless ings vouchsafed to us. The people of North Carolina have much for which to be thankful. -The ravages of the storm, the blight of disease and the serious ills which have befallen some other states God in his mercv has snared us Our Nnds have responded to our labors, and although not as abundantly as heretofore, still we have sufficient to preserve us from hunger and want. In compliance, therefore, with the time honored auel beautiful christian custom of our commonwealth, and in conformity with the recommendation of the presi dent of the United States, I, Elias Carr, governor of t lie state of North Carolina, do appoint Thursday, the 30th day of November, 1893, as a day of public thanks giving and praise to God. I earnestly re quest the people of the state to obser ve this day in a suitable manner, laying aside, as far as possible, their secular pur suits, and to assemble in their usual places of worship and with thankful hearts give praise and thanksgiving. And that every heart may rejoice, let us remember with that charity which is twice blessed the poor and afllicted, the widow and the orphan, the unfortunate inmates of our charitable institutions, and be especially mindful of our fast aging Leroes at their own firesides and in the Soldiers' Home. Given under my hand, and the great seal of the state of North Carolina, at the city of Raleigh, this 8lh day of November, in the year of our Lorel one thousand eight hundred and ninetvr-three, and in the one hundred and eighteenth year of our American independence. Elias Carr. I)' the governor : S. L. Telfair, Private Stcretaiy. Colonel Whitakcr predicted this storm six months ago, and it has just arrived In these days of false assertions and calamity howlers, a man who can guess within six months of anything, has h right to be a weather prophet, atul have a weather bureau and wash stand com bined of his own. A Million Friemls. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have lound just such a friend in I)r, King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. If you have never used this Great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is e laimed or money will be refinded. Trial bottles free at R. lilacknall A: Son's drug .store-. Large bottles 50c and '1.00. There Is No Discount On Doughtv's work. For 25 vears I have held the lead in fine shoes You .re sure of getting a fit and shoes put up in the latest style of the art. A first class shop, good work, good stock and strict atten tion to business have been rewarded by a liberal share of patronage, both in new work and repairing, fof which accept thanks and an invitation to call arly and often. Opposite Morehead bank I " A GUINEA A BOZ." Z Not Drunk. I Just diziyl There is a pre-. ::c cn tl.e brala, cv;r. to 4 Emm PHIS jJfwill remove the obstruciic and permits the vital fur.-- ;tiors to act naluraLy. Tkey en re Hick Ilendaekr. und All Billons uad J f A erroiiilllMrdcntBTitinB iron v ?tik. S Stomach. IndlffetloB. CfaatlrAtton aad ClMr4ercd Liver. t t Of all dnifjfrists. Price 25 cents a box. f g New ork Depot, 5(5 C.-.nal bt. 2T J 1 It 5 Champion Rock Crusher, with screen and elevator, will crush, screen 'and load un wagon more rock than 125 men can per day. ffae VOU itiyour f am ily ? fio oneth inj) causes mere d5fefSia tttaa lard. J)Y$ pep fits Zxxd other invTfids car eat food (ooKd without un)easanf fCf, ftan any other use CoTTOLENE. Made only by N. K. FA5RBANK & CO., CEICAGO and ST. LOUIS. WOOD'S rilOSPIIODINE The Great English Remedy. Promptly and permanent !y cu res ail forms of Kervoua Weakness, Emissions, Sperm atorrhca. Impotency and all effects of Abuse or Excesses. iieen prescribed over So years In thousands of cases; is the only Reliable and IIon est Medicine known. Ask dnitrtrist for Wood's Phos- efore and After- phodise; if he offers some vcjvre unu njter, worthles3 med!cine in place of this, leave his dishonest store, inclose price In letter, and we will send by return mail. Price, one Package, 1; Bix, $5. One Kill please, six will cure, amphletinplain sealed envelope, 2 stamps. Addres3 TIIR WOOD CHEMICAL CO.. 131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Uich. J5?TSoltl in Durham and everywhere by ii V I il all responsible elm;jsi',ts Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy Will Cure Hezema. LaGkange, X. C. tei)t. 20. llrs. Joe Person. Kittrell, N. C: Dear Madam I have used your valuable Itemed j' with satisfactory results in a very se vere case of Eczema, it'is highly important to use the Wash in connection with the liemedy. w ishinjr that success may attend you ia your noble undertaking; 1 am, iesp?icttully. -MkS. HENRY L. DILLON. AVill Cure Skin Irruption. I, the vin'leiignel, do certify th it our babe, at the aye of three rxonths, was t Jken with a breaking out orekm eruption, which battled the skill of our finest physicians for two years. and never did pet relief until 1 use! Mrs. Joe Person s Kemedy, and one-hall tottle made a final cure. W. S. Koacii, Co.xville, Pitt County, N. C. Nurse's Sore Mouth. I was badly af.iicte-d with nurse's sore mouth and was iertectly cured by using Mrs. Joe Person" Ke:i;eiy. I found it a line toniw' and strenthoiicr ot t lie system. Mlis. Jo.-'Etn KlNSEV. ept. VJ. l-'-'l. La Grange. .N . C. Nurn's Sore Mouth Cured. I have uscl Mi-s. Joe Person's Kemedy for nurse s sore mouth, and was je-rlectiy cured, ind can tecouua-111 it as a -ooJ ton;c. .Mlij. U". S. Mc.N aIR. Jan. 13. Ma.vton. C. Cures Rheumatism and Indigestion. Mr. J. C. Henderson, general manager of the : Chattanooga, Marden and Birmingham ruil- , road, says he d -s not believe tnere is a case f ', Rheumatism which Mrs. Joe Person's Remeiy : will not cure, an i it is the finest remedy for' Indigestion he ha eer seen. An OjK-n letter. , Mo a stox, N. C. June ', Mrs. Jo.- Person, Kittrell. N. C: 1c.au Madam I have u-l your Iieu.ely as j a Ionic and Bioo.1 Purlher a:i-l unheitutiuglj pronounce it the 1-.: t';it 1 haetrieil. I Itel i satisl".el that it wiii do ail you claim for it. i H. D. LeoUEX. 7otor Baptist Church. iiiyk &3 3tfl LifsMiestetiiB! Schsduic in Effect April 1, 1392. DURHAM DIVISION. LEAVE DUKHAM, N. C. o:10 p. m. Daily for Lynchburg and Way Stations. Arrive Lynchburg 7:55 p. m. All trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart from Union station. Lynchburg. Trains arrive at Durham from Lynchburg at 11:50 a. m. daily. Trains 71 and 72 have coach bet 1 ec-n Durham and South Hoston. Leaves Durham iiM a. m.; arrives Durham 5:15 p. in Daily except bun day. WINSTON SALEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston-Salem 1:50 p. m. daily ; rive at Koanoiic 7:00 v. ru. MAIN LINE WEST LOUND. leave LvxcrrnuKG -dailv. 5:;i0 p. m.. for Uoahoke, Kadford, Pulaski, iltistoi and all points south, via E. T. V. & o., It. 11., aiso for Blueheid, Ohio hxtensiou. Leave lilueUehi 0:10 a. m. daily tor Kenovaand Uolumbus. Parlor Car to iiounoke. Pullman ileeper Koanoke to Memphis via Knokville and Chattanooga. 7:25 a. m. for Itoanoke, Itadford, Pulaskf, Bristol ; hi?o lor KlueSieid, Pocahontas, Llk horn and braiions "iineh Valley Divisiou ; also for uouisvillu an I stations L. dc N. It. ll. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Louis ville via Norton. Connects at Koinoke 7:-J5 a. m. with Washingtouuiid Chattanooga Limited. Pullman Meeper Koarnike to Aashvilie, !t'iii phis and New Orleans, iiniiig Car attached. 2::j-") p. daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations Has no connections bt yond Roanoke. EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCHliUKG 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, rriiving in Richmond at 2:15 p. m. Arrive Norf olk 0:o0 p. m. 11:50 p. ra. Anive Petersburg 4:15 a. m. connecting with It. P. R. R. daily; arrive Kichmond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 7:jUa. id. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at 0:00 p. m. tor reception of passengers. 2:55 p. m. for Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrn e Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norfolk 0:2U p. m. Pullman Parlor P.uffet Car to Norfolk. W. J. OEVILL. G. P. & 7. Agent. Roanoke. Va. The Blue Ridge Inn, MT. AIRY, N. C, Is supplied with the famous Whits Sulphur Watsr I FOR JUL GUEoTS. Sixty room buiMin, neatly finibheil rind well ventilated. FOR RATES APPLY TO s . W. WESTBROOK, PltOPKIKTOIf. 'ALL MILLINERY! LATEST NEW YORK STYLES -AT Mrs. Ada Smith's Stock selected personally by Mrs. S'uilh with a sjreial view to pica? iniS her eii?tomer?, and embracing a!! the ino-:l f i-lnonuble j-hapes and 1 1 nn"iini-j in and winter milli nery. .Vee ho i styles before making a selection. MORTGAGEE'S SALE! By virtue of the mortgage deed from .Jolin S. Lockhart and wife to J. S. Carr, dated the i:th day of November. which is luly ny istered ih book No. 12 (mortgages), pag. s W to otM, in the orlice of the register of deeds tor Domain county, and pursuant to the jowt of sale there. u granted, the undersigned will, on lYionday, the 20th Day of Nov., 1893, at 12 o'clock mM at the court house door in Durham, N. C, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the lollovving deseiitied valu ai.de iuliioved real estate, bitu. ted in the tuwu ot Durnam, N.C., to-wit: 1. The "Till: ISANNKK WAKKIiOlK L1," which fronts on the north siue ot Mi street and runs across Horn Main street t" Green street and two (2) chains and twt-ntj-tight .2; links, or about one hundred and titty (1 :i leei wide. said warehouse lot is situatol in the cry centre of the business port i" Duiham and otters a splendid opportunity icr investment. 2. The ' W A T KINS STRLKT PKIK llin v. J.Oi," iou tided on the north fy w R. Cooper"s tot, on trie west ry R. O. I' n 1"'. on the south by Watkuis street, and oa tl j ctst by Footer street, containing one-t hwl ' an ao e, more or iess. Irus piopeity is ai:o favoral.'iy located and is very valuable. The "J. S. !. KH.t IIT KKMDFX' situated at what may Ik,-called th w ei.d or Main st.tet in liurham, and contain'' one acre, more or less, adjoining the rebi'lcr lots of S. T. Morgan and J.S. Carr. 'lhi'"1 has a very choice locution, is well irnproe'. an l the residence and improvements tin r" u are in good condition, uttering to trie J1'1" etiaser an eligible location an i one ul the m" l convenient and com lot table family residemti in Durham. TKKM.S OF SAL: One half cash and tr balance on a credit of six months, with inter est on deferied payment at per cent per an num Irom dnyot sale. Title reserved as secu rity lor deterred payment. J. K. CAUH. Durham. N. C. June Vi. Mi. Mortag' e. (i. M. HARDIN, JE., toy, M.wi foil Us! Near First Baptist Charch. THE BEST RltiS IK THE CITI At Keasor.uble Kattfc. Finest Carriages in the City. LiOAKDLtiG HOUSES A Sl'Lt'IALTY Gentle Teams uzd Careful Drlvcre. OIVK MF. A CALL, AGENTS WANTED" For the only authorized Biography of James G. Blaine, liyiail Hamilton, his literary executor. the co-operation of his family, and r,.Mnr" RIaine's great History, "Twenty i'ears ol -un gres3,"and his later book. "Political Ih- Pions." One prospectus for the three Exclusive territory given. Write for tenia w Th Henry lllll Pub. .o.. Nrw Ifli. C"'"" WoaLD's Fair, Chicago. Calumet Avenue and 2lh llnTPl am ttreproof; 'IU rooms; near ilU I LL Grounds; bath on every American and European P'": BflnCROrTPviSrcKSKr' ' ML in an mh iff ma fit mii ' ' ' - - .