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rilUS I'M'tHAM DAILY fchLOliB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26.
&hc Durham Sails Slobi. By AL FAIRBBOTHKB. Tb Glob is published every day (Sunday xceptcd) and delivered by carrier at $8)0 a year, or W cents a month. The Glob i circu lates throughout North Carolina. This Wieklt Globe is a largo eight-pae paper, containing all the news, and Li sent by mail at I1JW a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church street. Globe telephone. No. 76. All advertisementa and notice continued antil ordered out. Addro&s all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham. Jf. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT Tub Globe ia entered at the postoffice, Dur ham. N. C. aa mail matter as the second claw UUKHAM, N. C. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1893. Till: GLOBE 1'OIt 189.$ 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 light for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. YK STOKY OF YE DOOGE. Once In ye very olden tyrae a Merchantt sard too an Eddjtor, "I doan't thynke adver tizing payes." "Let ine show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I will pvtt 1 lyno in my papyr and not charge yov a pennle." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will ee." So ye Eddj-tor pvtte ya line In his papyr : WANTED A DO(iOE. JOHN JONES, 251! v V Uld Street. Now yt haHncHl that 4oi) Peple cache brovghte a Dogge on ye next daye thereafter, o that Mister Jones (which was ye Mcrchantt's nay me) was overrvtine with Doggie. "Synce there are so manye iKiggi's," said he, "I thynke I myKht make some hyincas and will f Ivo you a iennle for cache Doggo." Ye ieoph tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge bcavHe there were so tnanye Dowres, and Mister June nkynnod ye UK) Dogges and made bootes and gloves f nm ye 4u hydes and thvs mayd A llui Foutvne nd thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Eddytor's papyr. American (inntT. AS TO THE FRAUDS. From Clc eland's Message. 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 rolls is a wicked imposition upon the kindly scnliment in which pensions have their origin. Wait for the Best Citizens to call on you. DniiiAM is the largest town in the woild. The n reel squirt will soon be going It is well Hnd water. The English spnrroas are net liked here Ih-crum thev are alieu. In tuksk uncertain days home men refu..- '. endorse for themselves. Ct.. it kok k Hakims, a livery m-tn. i a M-.mM.ir, h:1 keep- g rirs Til-- r ik cn..t r i tl! r ict.t In favi v ioaii ntt i -ni? vcr vioroua rock erasliSng. Wait until Col. Caleb Gkken blows Ms trumpet. He will run some opposi tion to Col. Cauel Graveling. Toe town is one which wi;l boom. It is full of live and loyal citizens. P. S. This has nothing to do with the commit tee of which Mu. E. G. Lineueurt was a member. ABOUT PENSIONS. Representative Beltz hoover, of Pennsylvania, has just Introduced a bill pro-riding for the transfer of the pension bureau to the war department next June, and that the secretary of war shall have, direction over the Dension bureau, but that the president shall designate an officer of the army with the rank of brig adier general to be commissioner of pen sions, and two colonels in the army to be deputy commissioners of pensions. These officers shall not receive qxtra compensa tion above their regular salaries as officers, and the secretary of war may designate clerks in his department or incapacitated or other officers In the field to perform services in the pension branch of his de partment. It is contended that under the operation of this bill the pension bus! ness could be brought up to date within a year or two, and that thereafter it could be performed at almost one-half the ex pense now borne for the performance of pension work. It is also argued In favor of this proposition that the management of the pension office would be nonparti san, and the letter and the spirit of the law would be faithfully enforced. It is true that when an administration changed hands there might be other army officers detailed to have charge of the pension business, but it is noted that there is no more politics In the war department under one administration than another. A SAD CHRISTMAS DAY. Col. Jobx A Cockerill, of the Morn ing Advertiser says : That in a land filled with abundance, among a people whose fields have for years yielded overflowing harvests, whose waste places have been made to bloom, whose prosperity and rapid increase of wealth have been un- paralled, whose almost fabulous millions lie idle in the banks, that in that country and among that people there should be on this blessed Christmas Day, thou sands, and aye hundreds of thousands, to whom it is quite the reverse of ' merry," who, to say truth, are filled with sadness and alarm because of their distinction and the fact that they cannot secure work by which to earn bread for chil dren is a circumstance so astonishing that it seems incredible. The soup house is not a familiar object in our history. There have been times, id 1837 and 1855, and perhaps one or two other years, when the lack of employ ment induced such destitution as to make necessary or advisable the bestowal of private charity in this public manner in a few of our large cities, but never be fore has the soup house been erected in almost every city or town of respectable size, never before has the prostration of business brought want and woe to so many people. This is not, however, even under such extraordinary pressure, the time to dwell upon the fact, further than to point to the fearful responsibility in curred by the democratic party in this matter. It would be charity to believe that the leaders of that organization could not have even dreamed of the con sequences of their own mad cunning, by which they secured from a deluded and deceived people the authority to destroy their business and bring distress upon the land. We can only advise those who are in po sition to do so, to help their unfortunate neighbors, to use every influence with the party in power to induce it to pause In its Insane crusade against the general welfare and to urge everybody to hope for the best. A HINT TO GKOVEK. Unclb Danna in the New York Sun says : Are there more clouds than usual in the sky this Christmas ? If so, all the more reason for "kindling not merely the fire of hospitality In the hall, but the genial flame of charity in the heart." Start up both fires, if possible, to day ; but if there is fuel enough only for one, let it be the latter. To its innumerable friends and readers, to everybody, great and small, The Sun wishes a Merry Christmas; to the prosperous, continued prosperity; to the unfortunate, better luck and brighter days in double quick time; and to certain pcrvers and mis guided spirits, truer Americanism, honester democracy, and speedy repent ance in season for The Forum for January. The publishers of The Forum an nounce that the success of the reduction in its price to $3 a jear and 25 cts a number has been instantaneous, and both more rapid and very much greater than has been anticipated. Within a month the circulation ha- increased by i , , . , Tl ,, i leaps and bounds, so that The frorurn now. bevond doubi, has a Urcer audience - fr .svu.t than any review has ever hitherto ha i ... !,.... .1.-, .li anywhere in he world. , The January numer comes with fif. ' J leen lirne'y discusions, among which are: "The Teaching of recent Economic Exreiieicts," by Divi.i A. Wells, wh-n-in this distiniMied tconon.is; wrttf not from a tiiiii a5 but 'luca- tinil p-;nt of view !! su'n up me aimot incnlcu at.ie iu mone and in the confusion of the world' activity by the recent panic and the present dull times. On this remarkable group of facts which he has collected with great industrr. Mr. Wdla hnilrl n trrnmni ' j , - - - a to show that our recent and present economic misfortunes are traceable solely to the popular ignorance of econ omic laws. Well informed as the people of the United States are on some other subjects better informed ia fact than the citizenship of any other country this generation Is singularly Ignorant eyen of some of the fundamental laws of economic. 31 r. Wells points out the ! necessity of definite educational efforts to Instinct American citizen, via ms article Is regarded by himself, ana is likely to be regarded by the readers of The Forum, as the best product of his pen. It U a remarkable and opportune essay Care fur Headache As a remedy for all forms of- headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It eflects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are af- Lflkted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial in cases oi habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long resin the ne of thw medicine. Try it once. J.arge bottles onir -jv cems ai i Blacknall dc Son's drug store. PURGE THE PENSION ROLLS. From Cleveland's Message. A fraudulent pensioner has become a bad citizen ; everyv false oath In support of a pension has 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 dene is to brave deserving pensioners, who certainly ought not to be condemned to such asso elation. You will be pleased with the mild and lasting effects of the Japanese Liver Pel lets. Try them. Sold by W. M. Yearby. Hoard. In private family for four or five gen tlemen. Only three minutes walk from Court house. Apply at Globe office. For good clerks, book-keepers, sales men, teachers, mechanics, etc., address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. Positive economy, peculiar merit and wonderful medicinal power are all com bincd In Hood's Sarsaparilla. Try it. Hood's cures When Daby was sick, wo ga- e her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she citing to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. If you are worn out, run down and ner vous, Magnetic Nervine will restore your health. Sold by W. M. Yearby. W. M. Yearby, the druggists, recom mend Japanese Liver Pellets for consti pation and sick headache. Small, mild, easy to take. 50 phis 25 cents. Wanted Itich and poor, to know they can borrow from $10 to $5,000, re turnable $1 0 per month for each $100. Will loan on farms, second mortgages and personal securities iu city orcountry. Send 2 cent addressed stamped envelope for particulars, or call on E. S. Mitciiell, Agent, Richmond, Va. E. Nulty, of St Paul, Minn., writes: "Was confined to bed for 3 weeks, doc tors could do me no good ; Japanese Pile Cure entirely cured me." Sold by W. M. Yearby. Trinity College The character and public worth of a higher institution of learning is known by what it is and does. During the past fo.ty years trinity College has rendered unstinted public services, having been sustained by private contribu tions and given her elloru to the public wel fare. It stands for progressive ideas and is the representative of advanced thought in public lite. The ltaven of her efforts has quickened every other educational institution within the range of her influence. For 13JQ 4 the following departments are open for instruction after August 31 : 1. Philosophical and Literary (for A. B. can didates) 2. History. Political and Social ScienceJ(for Ph. U. candidates). 3. Scientific (for B. S. candidates). 4. Technological (for li K. candidates). 5. Law iSchool (summer terra opens July 14). 6. Theological (for ministerial candidates1. 7. Commercial Course (preparatory for busi ness pursuits). Besides these there are three special schools with courses Oi a more practical professional character : 1. The Normal School for Teachers Ten courses cf professional Instruction for one year. '. School of Jonniallnm-Pmf. John T Wetter, director. Courses of insiruction in I r.nglisn. Civics, rolnii-al t-eienee. History, Sociology and daily practical newspaper work rel-.ired. 3. School of Finance. Kconomlm and Ad minUt rutioa Two rears' courses in tt.e i hiinar aXti-iA rA!jtul . . i.iiMi ; . ibe Coiiee ?s provi eJ wurianipje facilities i"!? n,ries.,i,n1 Klo,ric 1 mnt for?ituirthe b-t irsiruetion in course offered. he taiUdin are the finest and bct adapted inthesute. Il,r,?to is rt'? f,or merit in and devotkn to the w..rk of edu at- in fetudei6. The part KipatSon or tuder ts in th-ir own ir-ernaient in t-lk ?e will t-egin wlth the .i-ntny of the v-ar. A-uust 31. Jwn,ay ecure.i .nd inte-ttintrinfor- mationi.it en fjt- hi appiu-ation by mall or in pou to JoilN F. t'luiff m,u I'red t. I'urhaw. N. C. j IT " ! t T IfVDPD v -i U Ifl C Cd t, t rf u.m prepared to furnish Durhiun o;he.r points all k iritis of Lumber. HOUSt BILLS COMPLETl AT SHOKT NOTICE, ud as cheap aa any dealer. Also, carry In stock all kinds of we Dressed Ceiling and Flooring, Sh Isgl ib4 Lattia Come and see us. Offlce, next to Wrlat 1 Merrick's barber shop, Msin street. S. C nOTTKU, tt CO., Onrfcsm. N.C visor OF i!r. Quick I. Permanently Ftestcred. VEAXNESS, fiERVOUSKESS, DEBILITY, as ri ell tr train of vl? :r.mrr.jr-rn rr later --. tu ren!s of overwork. ttrKust, w.rr.rtc Fulirv.sth. tl.?Tt-lcjr-me?t A&.f tvn gl V a v ery c rgn end pri:m ft tiit br-dy. s t tt pie. r a:n ra! mt ho4. I nt mod Li t ? 1 mproT e mr. t Failure lisic!hl. 2.iiM reference. I :, explanation and pn-i xaUed (teakd) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. good breacJ j jsie-j "iomcfiVfs delicate. 7b coof;; but was fte bought Coffbleric, Htw Shorter! ftg &nd 3 more than cer; be Cause 5fie rnac bdfer faodjZnd hecould Qstit Wfiho ui ny urtjbleajant" affe- effect. Wov Hwfn$ found tfta BEST ahc( most heltKful short riHg ever mce Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. t COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old Physician. SuccessfuUu used vionthly by thousands of La dies. Istheonly perfectly safe and reliable medicine discov ered. Bowareof unprincipled drutrirlsts Who offer Inferior medicines In place of tals. Ask for Cook's Cottos koot Compound, take no substitute, or inclose 1 and 6 cents In postage in letter, and we will send, sealed, by return mail. Full sealed particulars in plain envelope, 10 laaies oniy. stamps. Aaoxess I'ond J.tly Company. Ko. 3 leher Block, Detroit, Mich. tfT"SoM In Durham and everywhere by all ru8onibl 'Irugist. ffOW FOR IT! HAVING OPENED A Job Printing: Office In front end of the Recorder building, we are now prepared to do Job Printing of Ml Kinds, And respectfully solicit your patronage. In prices ana work we will do our best to please. Whltaker Printing Company, C. D. WHITAKER, Manager. V 5 A L'JVl :'.-.t..5 - ' - mm n rv oooCoinRoo Champion Rook Crusher, with screen and elevator, will crush, screen anl hA ,,IJ wagon more rock than 125 men can per day. for Infants Caatorf a L so wr2 adapted to c!iBdren that I reconxineivi it as superior to any prescription Lnowa to roe." It A. Aucheb, L D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The ti!e of 'Castoria is so unirersal and Its merits so well known that it seems awork of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within asy reach." CjJuxm JLuitts, D. D., New York City. Tnz Ctntai-r NAWHorWV8StBrnB.IL Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. LEAVE DURHAM. N. C. 3:10 p. m. Dally for Lynchburg and Way Stations. Arrive Lynchburg 7:55 p. m. All trains, Durham Division, arrive and depart from Union Mation Lynchburg. Trains arrive at Durham from Lynchburg at 11:50 a. m. daily. Trains 71 and Ti have coach bet veen Durham and bouth Boston. Leaves Durham 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 Koanoke 7.-0U p. in. MAIN LINE-WEST BOUND. LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILY. 6:30 p. m., for Roanoke. Radford, Pulaski, Bristol and all points south, via K. T. V. At O., K. li., also for illuelield, Ohio Extension. Ieave BlueQeld6:10 a.m. daily forKenovaand Columbus. Parlor Car to Koanoke. Pullman Sleeper Koanoke to Memphis via Knokville and Chattanoogu. 7:5 a. m. tor Koanoke, Radford, Pulaski, Bristol ; niso for Illuelield, Pocahontas, Elk horn and stations Clinch Valley Division ; also for Louisville if.d stations L. & N. K. K. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Loui villo via Norton. Connects at It oa no ko 7:35 a. m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. Pullman Sleeper Koanoke to Nashville, Mem phis and New Orleans, inning Car attached. 2:35 p. m., daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations. Has no connections beyond Roanoke EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCHBURQ DAILY. 9:15 a. m. for Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk arrives Petersburg at I2i5 p. m. connect ing with Richmond and iretersburg 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. fc P. R. R. daily; anive Richmond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 7:00 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeier between Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:("0 p. m. tor reception ot passengers. 2:55 p. m.ior Kichmond, Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norlolk V-M p. m. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. B. BEVILL. G.V.& T. Agent. Roanoke. Va. G. STORNOMS, Stall No. 9, City Market. IN STOCK: Canned Goods. Cured Meats CONFECTIONERY, ETC. All Kinds Vegetables In Season Fresh Country Butter and Poultry a Specialty. CIIT ME A CAL1. faction of 111 ltM.. and I fl M mmeh bbr Cast I wvmi o laic f 1,000 asd W pat nk W I araft. I am boO mjryrtm aad frowc f th chr. 1 rrammni r"T tratnt H all lafwwi tron UAy. WiU urn ail ttxatna U tmatf it tat hwad far rrpiy.' PATIENTS TREATED BY BAIL. COHriOEIITlAL. ITai aim aa4 vita aw atantac. tatoa T had aSarta. Tea aarticaian mddr, wtla emt. ta f, bl c . r. t met m:nii mint eimtt iu; 1 lar'Ai.- - t kAa riCg". hHU 5jL . m Vfp . and Children. Castorla cures Cbik Constipation, Sour Stomach, PiarrbopA, Fjurtatin, Kills Worms, gives sleep, end ivi:i.-im i gent ion. Without injurious medication. "For several years I have rw.n.mfsJ your Castorla, and khall always cr.tinu t .- do so as it tuts Invariably produced U-n-s, -.at results" r.wix F. Pardee, M. P., 1-wth Street andTth Aw., New York Coipavt, T7 Mraaar Stkett. Nsw Yoke crrr. THE ROLLER TRAY TRUNK The Most Convenient Trunk ever devised. 'jIIE TRAY is arranl to roll Wk, lear. Ing the bottom of the Trunk er of ac- cess. Nothing to break or got out of onW. Th Tray can be lifted out if defired, and to bur this style is a guarantee that you will ge tho Etronses t Trunk made. If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify tho manufacturers. H. W. nOUNTREE & BRO., Richmond. V. BOARDERS ED MRS. M. L.WHEELER, Residence in Rear of Trinity ('hurt h. Can Accommodate 4 or i Boankr?. TABLE SUPPLIED WITH BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Umi hi ui Sale kh ! Near First Baptist Cliarcb. THE BEST RIGS IN THE CUT At Rcafionable Hate. Finest Carriages in the City. BOARDING, HORSES A SPECIALTY - - Gentle Teams and Careful Driven. GIVE MB A CALL. AGENTS WANTED For the only authorized Biography oi James G. Blaine, Tiy Gall Hamilton, hi literary ei-eut'.r. n the cooperation of hid family, n'i for Mr. Blaine's jrroMt HlMtory. -Twenty Vr f "3 res.-arid hi later hook. -J'oiltleal ln-u nions." One prfixTtus for th tUn- ". Exclusive terriury yt ven. Writf for uru. to Th flfftrv Illll Tiih. .. Snrmlrh. i n.. . . . ' .' :i r. Atlaotia, Go. OILcc