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TUB DURHAM DAILY OL.OBE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4.
ghc Durham gaili! C5Iobc. By AX FAIBBROTHKB. TfiH fiioBB la published every day (8unday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $4.00 a year, or 60 centa a mouth. The Glob circu lates throughout North Carolina. Thb 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. Globk telephone. No. 78. All advertisements and notices continued ntil ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, C ALWAYS INDEPENDENT Tub Globe is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class. OUIUIAM, IV. C. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4 1893. THE GLOBE FOK 181)3 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 STORV OF YE DUGUE. Once in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt sayd too an Kddytor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let me show yov," said yo Eddytor. "I will pvtt 1 lyno in my papyr and not charge yov a pennio." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will see." So yo Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr : WANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 253 Old Street. Now yt tiapened that 400 Peple eache brovRhte a Doggo on yo next daye thereafter, so that Mistor Jonos (which was ye Merchantt's naymo) was ovorrvnno with Doggos. "Syneo there are so manyo Dogges," said he, "I thynke I niyght make some byiness and will glvo you a iM'iinie for eache Doggo " Yo people tookc yo pennio each for his Doggo becavse there were so manyo Doggos. and Mister Jones skynned yo AM Doggos and made bootos and gloves from yo 400 hydes and thvs mayd A HlQ FOKTVNF. and thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Eddytor's papyr. American Grocer. Kepokts from the north show that all the knitting mills, carpet mills and wollen mills are closing down a case of tariff fright. It is to be regretted that the postoffice struggle cannot excite more popular in terest than it does. Hut a few fleeting days now, ami Col. ALtmuniT will be like Vol. Othello. Because of hard times our merchants are not displaying uear the stock of Christmas goods 1U played by them dur ing the holidays in former years. Hut times will be better bv next Christmas ! and that should be some consolation. IT IS VEBT EASY. The Durham Globe of late is sinKtt larly free from repulsive allusion to "lousy pension beggars." And the ex planation is easy. Lincoln (Nebr.) State Journal. Singularly free, eh? and the explana tion easy? Just as easy as falling off a log. What's the use? In season and out of season for two lone years before Cleveland was nominated The Durham Globe howled for him. It was the only paper in North Carolina which urged his nomination and which fought for him, whole hearted to the end. He had so often expressed him self on the question of the dead-beats and bummers who constitute over two-thirds of the pension rolls, who disgrace the underpaid honest and deserving Union soldier, that we were for him, teeth and toe nails. Finally he was nominated and the Chicago platform declared in no uncertain terms that the pension rol should le purged, and the brave Buffalo boy who had before slapped the dirty beggars In the face was the man to do the business. And TnE Globe talked on. Scores of the best and bravest con federate soldiers in the Old North State wrote letters and personally thanked The Globe for the fight we were making against the infamous and unparalleled robbery the looting of the nationa treasury Dy a gang of sore-eyed bummers who never saw a battle and who dis graced the Union soldier by their per jured statements. But Cleveland got into power, and then he dodged the platform aa he dodged the silver platform and as he seems bent upon dodging everything And so The Globe has been singularly free from allusions which were repulsive to the northern janizaries who stole and burned all that was in sight in this coun try in the dark days of war. And while we are on the subject we beg to remind the State Journal that un til that rascally pension roll is purged and the coffee coolers and camp followers, who came in the wake of war and stole uniforms from the northern soldier dead, so that they could impersonate living soldiers with the ultimate end in view of getting on the pension list, the South will never forget the crimes committed and never forgive the criminals commit ting them. The people of the South have forgiven the Butchers, Bloodhounds And Barbarians Who charged down on this fair south and in defiance of God and man, and urned the country into a Seething, Shreiking hell Of Gore And fire. And now they want the last stink and stain of Yankee scoundrelism swept away. They are willing to forget the well remembered scenes of murdered and mangled confederates; the Yankee prison hells where brave heroes were starved or frozen to death by the relent less and fiendish North ; they even will forget the period of Reconstruction and its record of savagery, brutality and debauchery But we tell you now that as long as they cherish the patriotism of Jeffer son Davis hero and statesman they will not condone the monumental crime of the nineteenth century the concen tration and accumulation of the New World's wickedness all found piled and bunched together in the iniquitous and damnable pension roll. AS IT IS. j Newspaper men are s universally Fkom all appearances, it is safe lo courteous in their intercourse wiih each wager dollars to doughnuts, that there other, that they are slow to believe that there is duplicity or discourtesy any where. Whoever heard of the editors of rival newspapers abusing each other? It will bono football next year, unless the rules of the game are greatly changed. Even insurance c ompanies refuse to in sure the brui.M-r against nccident. The j is DOt feHr lhal lreveuls l!ieni. love, risk is extra hazardous. ; l,rolhly ,ove- nd "perfect love castelh - - out fear." How could men work to- Thk i: vci ( iectr.eop of Mr E C gether in a ge tt la1 or of love. M'-iP ih UhMTSi-.ioN. i;r-ji, tltctiieisn, is civilizing and educating of ihe human especi 4--- intesiif.g :? m f it race, and vet not love each other and in tei.ua;: u i-i i ?4 1 i t 1 tiy sm.t.l me- honor prefer one another ? I is impo? char.ical eiToit. A T shaped tube about sible, notwithstanding that some papers five inches loag, with about the bore of , would make it appear to the contrary, a spirit thermometer, and terminating ' Editors have their little pleasantries and in two bulbs, has its tur exhausted by little jokes and hits at each other, but air-pump aud is then rotated between then it don't mean anything, it is all in a the tincer and thumb, or by a small motor, social and friendly spirit, just the same On bringing a rubbed ebonite or glass as they drink lager together; and who rod near, a set of double fan-shaped ever saw two editors that would not images of light sopears in the tube. ' drink beer and take in all kinds of in spiration in a social and friendly way to gether? So it is with lawyers, doctors, merchants, and men cf all professions. They never steal each other's client?, patients or patrons, even though they be wealthy, influential, and every way de sirable. Courtesy forbids such a course. We don't believe ministers of the gos pel even would do such a thing. We don't believe the good book refers to them at all when if speaks about com passing "heaven and earth to make one proselyte." To be sure hard things are said about them sometimes, but if they were true, it would prove that ministers had less professional courtesy than law yers, doctors or merchants, and that wouldn't be consistent. Do you believe, gentle reader, that if the wife of a mem ber of one church should be converted, the pastor of another would try to per suade her to join his church so as to draw the husband away from his allegi ance ? Or would a pastor of a church say his church had no creed if he thought a desirable member would not subscribe to the creed if he really knew what it was? Such things are not to be thought of for a moment, especially by men who believe in courtesy, truthfulness, beer and all the amenities of life, as editors do. We don't believe it, won't advocate it, can't accept it. All men are courte ous and above duplicity in business and professional matters, ministers, as well as the rest. If it was proved beyond a doubt to us that there was a single ex ception to the rule, we would be tempted to first publish the offender, and then pray for his conversion. mm am &J Easily. Quid!,. J . Permanent Restored. - -d- - FALL IflUJJJJERY! WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, nt.d a.11 the tratn of ef!s f rem vat! t-rrvr or ! ater tie result of cvei-Mork, sick be s. vrorrv.ete. Fuilnrengih. derelcpmeDt and u-n? p1 en every organ and rv-.rtln cf the bxlv. irorl'''. BatnralmethcHi3. I m r.ud la t I m pro e m n t fwn. Failure iispoFsii'le. 2.tJ0 reference. Book, explanation and proofs mailed (sealed ) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N, Y. UTEST NEW YORK STYLES As to the people, the evidence is quite conclusive that The Globe can not find just who some people are. AT RANDOM. The dear old congress meets again, 'Tis Tariff here and Tariff there And all this mouth-work gives us pain 'Twould almost make a preacher swear. In the general wreck another store has gone to tho wall, and of course there was some fel low to yell, "I told you so." The county commissioners met to-day. But the meeting of fellows who wanted to be ap pointed constable was a larger gathering than Chicago Day at the World's fair. Captain Whitted says that his kerthank- youmums are about all dead. Col. Tom FAR-rnixa denies that it is his in tention to make a balloon ascension the seeond of April, as has been advertised. He says that he is an expert in the line but he has sworn off. A Child Ed joys The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results fellow its use ; so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. Sad and Gloomy Weak and Dyspeptic Uood'a Sarsaparilla Gave Strength and Perfectly Cured, Let There Be " W f Light on packing house methods of lard rendering, and there will be less lard used. Many people realize that it is impossible now-a-days to procure old-fashioned leaf lard. They demand something better than the modern stock -yards product. COTtl.ERE The New Vegetable Shortening fully supplies that demand. It is clean, delicate, healthful and eco nomical. Ask your grocer for the genuine Cottolene. Made only by N. K. FAIR3ANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST, LOUIS. bok'sCottonRoot COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. buccessfuUy wed vzonthly by thousands of Lo uies, js tneoniy penectiy saie and reliable medicine discov ered. Beware of unprincipled drucrcrlsta Who offer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for Cook's Cotto Koot Compoo.ni), take no substitute, or IncloseSl and 6 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, by return mail. Full sealed particulars In plain envelope, to ladles only, 2 stamps. Address Pond Lily Company, Ko. 3 1 lshcr iilock, Detroit, ilich. 53TSoll in Durham and everywhere by all responsible! rujisit- flOW FOR IT! HAVING OPENED A Job Printing Office In front end of the Recorder building, we are now prepared to do Job Printing of All Kinds, And respectfully solicit your patronage. In prices and work we will do our best to please. Whitaker Printing Company, C. D. WHITAKER, Manager. I.WKorlGS:iWest6rne.R. rXSQKSESfSNI Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DCltHAM DIVISION. LEAVE DCKHAli, N. C 3:10 p. to. Daily for Lynchburg and Wat Stations. Arrive Lynchburg T:.r5 p. m. All trains. Durham Division, arrive and depart lroin L'nion Mation Lynchburg. Trains arrive ar Durham from Lynchburg at 11 il a. ra. daily. TrainsTl and Tl have coach bet epn Durham and South Boston. Leaves Durham rt;.'5t a. in.: arrives Durham o:l p. m Daily except tun day. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston-Salem lux) p. in. daily : ar rive at lioanoke 7:00 p. m. MAIN LINE-WEST BOUND. LEAVE LYNCH BUHG DAILY. 5:30 p. m., for Roanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Bristol and all points south, via E. T. V. ti It. It., also for Bluelield, Ohio Extension. Leave Hlueoeid :1U a. m. daily lor Kenovuand , Columbus. Parlor Car to lioanoke. Pullman i Sleeper Roanoke to Memphis via Knokville ! and Chattanooga. 7: a. in. lur Roanoke. Radford. Pulaski. Bristol ; also lor liiia'lu i.l, Pocahontas, Klk- I horn and stations Clinch Valley Division ; also ! ior Liouisvuie ana stations L. & K. it. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to lioui ville via Norton. Connects at Roanoke 7:ilj a. m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. Pullman Steeper Roanoke to .Nashville, Mem phis and New Orleans, uining Car attached. :35 p. m., daily, lor Roanoke, and interme diate stations, lias no connections beyond Roanoke EAST-BOOI LEAVE LYXCHBCKO 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. in. Arrive Norfolk 6:00 p. m. 11:50 p. m. Arrive Petersburg 4:15 a. m. connecting with R. - P. It. R. daily, ariive Richmond 7:47 a. ui.; arrive Norfolk 7:00 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper letween Liichburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. tor reception of passengers. 2:55 p. m.for Richmond, Petersburgand Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norlolk 9:20 p. ra. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. B. BLVILL. G. P. & T. Afent. Roanoke. Va. Mrs. Ada Smith', StO:-k .-ltcd ,,crori;i::y ? v NSr, Smith with a racial vi," t,,",,. in- her customers and cmbraci nil tho most fashiomUe .hnj-, ar rimmi,. in u and lim.r mu.i nery. Soehor st;W matirg a selection. THE RflF I FP VLLL -ii a I TRUNK The Most Convenient Trunk ever devised. I'lTE TRAY i arrayed t. roll Kirk, Wat. Jng the lotbm t f t!lt. Trunk eay c-f r. Nothing to brrak er p t o-n f rrkr. TLe Tray ran 1 lifn-lout if dire.1, nnl toVriy this style is n gTiarur.t.e that you H1 ftl tho strongest Truuk iaadt Tf your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify tho nianufa Hirer, H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Richmond V. BOAR IT The Biae Ridge Inn, MT. AIRY, N. C, la supplied with the famous Whits Sulphur Water ! FOR THE GUESTS. Sixty room buildins:, neatly finished and well ventilated. FOR RATES APPLY TO S. W. WESTBROOK, rnopiurroK. ffU OrfOO, M-..Ti W W IKt nn it i. IM IM m n-A i doctioa of 15J lh-. and I fl to moch brttr tht I wooM Ukt $1,000 and t put tark hrr I wat. I am both ana t4 the cbner. I rwmraimil y.ar tratwnt to ail ntfrrm from ebwrty. Will answer all inqoine il ttamp ia Idc1o4 tor replj. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. HarnlM. and with m atarrlar. hiconvraleDc, or Ui acta. For pvticolan addrm, vrlLa i cenu in (tamp, 68. 0. W. f. S.'TCll. enriCKEi s timtei. ciiciio. ItU MRS. M. L. WHEELER, Resilience in Kear f Trinity Church. Can Accommodate -I or ,r )arder. TABLE SUPPLIED WITH BEST THE MARK KT A K FOR OS. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Near First IJaptiet Church. THK BEST RIGS IN THE CITY At Keaaorahle Hates. finest Carriages in the City. - B0AKDIN0 HOUSES A SPECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Driven. OIVK MR A OA LI . AGENTS WANTED For the only authorid Biography cf James G. Blaine, Hy OhII IlHitillton, hU literary M'-rutor. wit fe the co-o(X'ration of hl family. ri lor Mr. Itlaine'i) krreat History, "Twrrsty Veartnf Coo vrets." and hii later Injok, "1'olitltal OUcu sion1." On pro"MTtut for th thre nivkt. L?:cluive territory Kiven. Write for K-rro to Tli. II-iiry Itili I'll t. :.. Nnrwlrh, :. MRS. VIOU STARTS 'GOLDEN CAPSULES' i - a ' ' s21;JLLJ 'rB afIfl Alwyt lU liahle; Ic-if-r than i a-'!r T Inymyal I'. 'm and iillklnv.Ur rk1k-u. L'fti-t!'d t Irmra;rt tie. An. t"n.xi!-tii'y v-l in U-rls'f r ! ir r nr-ly, riniritwl, ixt faila. IY1 ft-iir:lUnl!.d:wf'niA.-l. I.AKKSllli: MK Iflt CO a-Hl-tHi 31jaxkct fcU. Chicago, JIL Jr. .r. 7Z. White fcirniincham, Aiaharna. ! have rot wor o thinks for tn ztcci 1o: few bot:i? of Iloct!'' weak, and it m.vi -v:! ts eiresi my n recolr?4 from a Mr-.ipanllx I was or.; 1 was a dyspep tic, and it cured inc ; I .as s.ii and gloomy, and it made me cheerful and LopefuL Acd last, though not least, it made ms an ardent and Hood's Cures worklr.y democrat. All who hzxc taken Hood's fcarsapartlla with my advice, report good ra suits. I eladly recotc jiend It to all stiSmw J. E. "White, L D., Birmingham, Ala. . B. It you decide to take Hood's Sar saparilla do not t- induced to buy any other Instead. Insist cpoa HOOD'S. Champion Rock Crusher, with screen and elevator, will crush, M-reen anJ la 1 wagon more rock than 125' men can per day. Hood's PUls are th3 best family cathartic ! se&Uo and eJXectzre. Try a box. 25 oeau. '