ThLE DUKHAM DALLY THUKSDAl', DECEMBER 7.
he Durham Dailg Slobf.
By AL FAIRBROTHER.
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DUKHAM, N. C.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 1893.
THE GLOBE FOK 1893
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 tight for
the development and prosperity of
the New South, and it asks the
patronage of all honest men.
YE STOKY OF YE DOGGE.
Onco in ye very olden tyme a Merchantt
ayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't thynke adver
"Let me show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I
will pvtt 1 lyne in my papyr and not charge
yov a pennio."
"All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we
So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr :
WANTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 251!
Now yt hapened that 4(X) Peplo eaehe
brovghte a Doggo on yo next dayo thereafter,
so that Mister Jones (which whs yo Merchantt's
naynie) was ovi rrvnno with Doggos.
"Syneo there are so nianye Doggos," said he,
"I thynke I inyght make some byiness and will
givo you a pennio for oache Doggo."
Ye people tooke yo pennio each for his Doggo
bocavso there were so manyc Doggos, and
Mister Jones skynnod yo Doggos and made
bootos and gloves from yo 400 hydes and thvs
A 11 id Foktvne
and thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye
Eddy tor's papyr. American Grocer.
AS TO THE FRAUDS.
From Cleveland's Mess-ago.
I am unable to understand why fraud
in the pension rolls should not have been
corrected with thoroughness and vigor.
Every name fraudulently put upon these
roll9 is a wicked imposition upon the
kindly sentiment in which pensions have
J. Van Ai.kn is the only politician of
this year'who is a hero.
Tiih Durham lire boys are deserving
of all the praise they get and more money
than they receive.
The beautiful snow has about gone,
leaving behind it a wealth of mud which
caunot be approached or t quailed on this
They do say that politics is looking up
a little in this state But politics is such
a droll old girl. The U. S. Seuator is
what's the matter now.
Ami the trouble in the Sandwich
Islands is on. A revenue cutter has
bet n dispatched to ilonoiuiu to tell the
queen uuelhiug. And still is the coua
try going to ruin, because congress does
It skems from the last issue of the
Bulletin, edited by our co worker in the
cause of justice, Cok. John Robinson,
that our farmers should diversify our
crops. This would be better than so
much diversity in politics each fall.
PURGE THE PENSION ROLLS.
From Cleveland's Message.
A fraudulent pensioner has become a
bad citizen ; every false oath In support
of a pension baa made perjury more
common and false, and undeserving pen
sioners rob the people not only of their
money but of the patriotic sentiment
which the survivors of a war fought for
on the preservation of the union, ought
to inspire. Thousands of neighborhoods
have their well-known fraudulent pen
sioners, and recent developments by the
bureau establish appalling conspiracies
to accomplish pension frauds. By no
means the least wrong done is to brave
deserving pensioners, who certainly
ought not to be condemned to such asso
ciation. GOOD BREAKS.
The town was full of farmers to day
and most of them had brought tobacco
The prices were not as stiff as they have
been in the past, yet good tobacco sold
well, all things considered. But the time
is coming, and farmers in this office to
day were talking it, that there must be
more diversity. The tobacco business is
too universal. Every man has tobacco,
and the supply far overreaches the de
mand, and of course the bottom drops
out. When the farmer gets to improving
his stock and raising it ; when he plants
and harvests more wheat and gathers
more corn and mages more hay, and has
less of tobacco and more of cotton, then
the tobacco farmer will prosper, as will
also the others. If every man in Durham
would run a dry goods store and send
away for their groceries they would all
starve to death. There must be diversity
in farming the same as in other business,
and the farmers who first catch on to the
truth of this and follow it, will find a
bank account where they now find low
prices for their tobacco.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
If Cleveland ever believed the South
was for him, he can believe so no longer
after reading the southern democratic
newspapers. Of course all of them do
not jump on him, as the phrase goes, but
it is a very pretty majority of them
The income tax, the tariff, the Hawai
ian affair in fact about all the topics
which the Inspired Man of Destiny at
tempted to discuss after he took his pen
in hand, are subjects for satire, abuse,
ridicule and argument in the hands of
the southern editors. In our own state
we find Kingsbury kicking about the
whole blessed document; Caldwell
punctures some of the fallacies and de
clares that the platform and not Cleve
land is the guide board of the demo
cratic party, while Ashe thinks that the
currency question was dismissed without
a decent salution.
And so these men, and many of the
lesser lights are whooping it up to the
Buffalo gentleman who has disappointed
his southern constituents, if the papers
are the mirrors.
And it seems to us that Cleveland
has tied up with the politicians ; tied up
with the gold bugs; tied up with the
swashbucklers who staod in with pen
sion agents and has, to use a classical
phrase, gone to the devil generally.
But why not. Everything to Cleve
land is personal. There is nothing save
the big I and the little you the "my"
and the "me" abound in his decuments,
and he is in the saddle and proposes to
suit himself. He knows that he can
never be president again, and he will
merely keep within bounds of the con
stitution so that he cannot be impeached,
and imagine himself a czar of all the
states. It is a Cleveland administra
tion, and not a democratic one. Hurrah
for Hill in the next whirl.
FRKK FOR ALL.
The New York Morning Advertiser,
in a moment of liberality, unparalleled j
in its recklessness and ireneroit v. trives ;
utterance to the following sublime and!
sacred thought : J
I We are of the opinion that the Union
I veteran, who rendered good ervice to
his country and who ha become incapac-'
. itated from e;rnin his living lr. disease
or acei t ilt ii.ee tie w h- mastered imt, i
entitled to Ida; at;;.;uii. of i.r! ; h t . ui
the republic which he helped to -vi . ;i
will ktep hun fi.it f i Ue j i i-r !:iMi-e W
also believe tli.tl In. widow of n Uo:-'i
veierati married siuce the clos- r the
war, who has devoted herself to smooth-
ing the pathway of the crippled or dis-
eased soldier to the grave has also earned j
j the gratitude of her country,
j Well, under the banner of the stars
! and stripes a man can hold to most any
: opinion which suits him and under the
constitution which was preserved, if he !
has type and ink he ma? print most any 1
thought which happens to go unbridled
through his brain. But we take it that
The Advertiser is unreasonable in its
It says in so many words, if a man
was a soldier and wa3 mustered out, the
picture and image of Health itself ; if he
lived in that enjoyment for twenty years,
and finally in the excess of folly no mat
ter what sort or kind of debauchery
undermined his constitution and made
him helpless, then, says the New York
Morning Advertiser, the whole people of
this country should see to it, that the
scrofula eaten skeleton was clothed and
fed. That is rewarding patriotism with
a vengeance. And it is also placing a
premium on lust and perjury.
As for the widow the widow pictured
by The Advertiser, the gay girl who
smoothed the pathway to the grave for
her pustuled husband, in order that she
might marry again well, we believe the
last fellow should hustle around and take
care of her.
But the ultra Advertiser would pension
everything north of the Line.
One of the most recently established
charities in New York city aims to give
employment to worthy laborers and at
the same time to improve the condition
of the tenement house district. A con
siderable fund has been subscribed,
which is to be devoted to keeping the
streets clean in a densely populuted area
which receives but little attention from
the street cleaning department. The
charity will thus operate in a two-fold
direction upon those furnished employ
ment and upon the poor people who are
given a better sanitary service. The
fund might be expended in supplement
ing any branch of the municipal govern
ment with equally beneficial results to
all concerned. Here is an opportunity
for local philanthropists everywhere.
"I must not pause,'"
Said Santa Claus
"To bring the children cheer ;
But tariff talk
The wheel does balk
And money's scarce this year."
"Cut then the child
Shall not be riled
I'll blow in all my 'rocks
I'll bring 'em cheer,
They needn't fear
But I want short-legged socks."
And this injunction, during the hard times,
should hold. The festive kid must not expect
Santa Claus to do so much for him as the
esteemed gentleman would do if the tariff was
settled. And so it will be seen that questions
of state touch directly the heart of the little
boy and girl those who expect to some day
guide the ship of state and monkey with the
Col. J. W. Dowd went to Wilmington last
night and said that Welcome Week was not a
success. He said he stopped at the hotel, and
expected the landlord, when he thankei him
for his kind entertainment, to tell him that he
was welcome. But when he paid eighty-fou
dollars for a room containing sixteen cots and
four self-folding teds, which folded during
the night and imprisoned the colonel for six
hours well, he said it was the most expensive
welcome he ever received.
Col. Petek Bkigos says that he has per
fected an air-ship. It will sail with the wind
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, geutle 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 us- ; so that
it is the best family remedy known and
every family should have a bottle
An operation or injections of carbolic
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rmonng lon-lost otnplilon, bricging;
back the kwa rde of tppeUte.and arousing '
with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH thz mholo !
physical eaenrj cf the human frame- Thr-c-
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. v, m. jpgu 505 v.anaj it. rr
$ Disordered Liver, eic.1
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HAVING OPENED A
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In front end of the Recorder building, we
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Schedule in Effect April I, 1892.
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3:10 p. m. Daily for Lynchburg and Way
Stations. Arrive Lynchburg T:"k p. m. All
trains, Durham Division, arrive and depart
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Trains arrive at Durbaoi from Lynchburg
At 11:50 a. m. daily.
Trains 71 and 72 have coach bet een Durham
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m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited.
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