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rMJSsDUKHAM DALLY HiLtOBE, THUBSDAY, JANUARY 4.
She Burlmm gailg 6Iobc. IJy JOHN WILDER JENKINS. The Globk lfl published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and 1b sent by mail at fl.50 a year in advance. OlEce Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the poatofflce, Dur ham. N. C. as mail matter as the second class. DURHAM, X. C THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 1894 THE GLOBE FOR 1894 Will be conducted with a large majority of pen and a small sprinkling of scissors. Will fight fair, and be honest with friends and foes. Will continue to print the news, as news goes. Will be a paper for the home and the fireside, as well as for the office and the factory. Will be independent, bear ing the imprimatur of no narrv and wearing the shackles of no man. GOOD EVENING! Have You Read The Globe? YE STORY OF YE DOGGE. Once in ye very olden tymo a Mercharflt sayd too an Eddytor, "I doan't tbynke adver tizing payee." "Let me show yov," said ye Eddytor. "I will pvtt 1 lyne in my pupyr and not charge yov a penuie." "All right," replyed ye Merchant, "and we will see." So ye Eddytor pvtte ys line in his papyr : W NTED A DOGGE. JOHN JONES, 351! Old Street. Now yt hapened that 400 Peple eache brovghte a Dogge on ye neat daye thereafter, no that Mister Jones (which was ye Merchantt's nayrae) was overrvnnc with Dogges. "Synee there are so manyc Dogges," said he. "I thynka I myght make some byiness and will fivo yon a pennie for eache Dogge." Ye ieople tooke ye pennie each for his Dogge becavse there were so manye Dogges, and Mister Jones skynned ye 4U0 Dogges and made bootes and gloves from ye 400 hydra and thvs ma yd A Bia Fortvne and thereafter added to yt by advertizing in ye Kddytor's papyr. American Grocer. GLOBII.ES. Geohgk A. Savage, Uuited States con sul at Dundee, Scotland, is dead. A senatorial committee is iuvestua ting the Hawaiian matter behind closed doors. The authorities of IlawaM college have entered upon a policy of retrench ment in financial affairs. Gai.vj.su a A Gua.v has heeu nomiiu ted by the republicans of Pennsylvania for congressman-at-large. Senator Faulkxek, of West Vir ginia, was married last night to Miss Virginia Whiting, of Hampton, Va. Howard, the Jackson Tenn., swindler and forger was yesterday convicted on twenty-two different counts. He worked his swindling schemes all over the country. THE PASSING OF PENTECOST. Henry George has, in his time, had many followers of many stripea. Among those who have borne the curious spots and stripes of strange theories and unu sual doctrines was the Reyernd Hugh O. Pentecost.. The "reverend" is a relic of the past when Pentecost stood in the pulpit and proclaimed the gospel of the Lowly Xazarine. After fifteen years of ministerial life, he "progressed" beyond the simple Scrip tures, and knelt at the shrine of the Apojtle of the Single Tax. Proselytes have ever been enthusiasts, and Hron soon outstripped Henry in his wild the ories and unbaked plans. He printed a sheet called the "Twentieth Century" in order to propagate his doctrines, and ' look into the future" in cold type. Soon afterwards he read a history of the Chicago Anarchists in which one of the Long-haired Unwashed wept over what he called their martyrdom. Pen tecost at once caught on to the idea of Anarchistic martyrdom, and howled for the red flag. His sermons and lectures have pro claimed the fallacy of Holy Scripture, the wrong basis on which government is founded, the mistake of.having things as they are, and the error of people gener ally in not occupying the lurii doctrines of the Communists. But Pentecost has been a howler for Tammany. B03S Croker, who always re gards the laborer as worthy of his hire, arranged for the "Reverend," to be made assistant district attorney. When the appointment was made, the New York iournals devoted themselves to publishing the gentleman's fantastic record from alpha to omega. These pub lications were brought under the eye of Colonel Fellows, the district attorney, and the record was shown Boss Croker. The papers raised such a howl, that Pkn tecost had to be turned down and his appointment withdrawn. And the festive ex preacher and pres ent proclaimer of pessimism will not hold down the chair next to the district attorney. Tammany is just now posing as the organization of respectability and decency and it couldn't stand the "Rev erend" Pentecost. THE INCOME TAX. The ways and means committee have decided to recommend to congress that all incomes amounting to four thousand dollars and over be taxed at the rate of two per cent. This places the seal of ad ministration approval on the scheme, and it is almost certain to be carried out. The men of plethoric purses will then bear their part of the burden of gov ernmental support. This tax will not touch the pocket-book of the poor man His income falls below the measure of its schedule. The majority of mankind are poor, and therefore such a measure is popular. But it also carries out the ends of jus tice. The object of government is to regulate society and to protect property. The first object is carried out in the protec tion of man's person from physical injury, ana the second in the protection of his property. Every man pays his portion for the protection of his person. If he possesses no property he rightly pays nothing for the protection of property. Money has a property value; and is a proper sub ject for taxation. Property may be defined as a surplus over the actual requirements of existence. Incomes above a certain figure, deter mined by the cost of subsistence, become property, ihey go beyond the actual requirements for the sustainment of t physical man, and become a proper sub ject for taxation. The tax on incomes is a fair method j of raising revenue. Bit the question I arises, "Where should the limit be! placed V" If incomes are taxed at all, j ouirbt not all incomes that are above the ' actual amount required for existeuce to : be taxed t And who shall determine lh3 ; figure al which the actual requirement) ' end and the surplus begins? Truant Thought. When lumber's robes around me I would draw, , (For Nirht has sent nelled the starry sky :) The poitAls if my thought-land open wide And through the in recklesa thought lins swiftly tly. ' With tireless pinion through the darkling night They wing their flight from glittering star to star; Through all the boundless realms of space they fly. Chasing the night-queen in her crescent car. Through all the darkness with unwearied wing They ny the universe in strange unrest. But day, with garish sunbeams, scarces them home. Withia the eyrie of the brain they rest. : ThK NlOHT-HAWK. LINGERING LETTERS- A List of Letters Waiting Owner? in the Durham Postoffice. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Durham postoffice, advertised Decem ber 30, 1893 : A Alston, Bettie. B Brown, Ja3.; Bean, Ed ; Barr, S. R.; Baxley, Miss Louisa. C Carroll, Beny ; Cain, Islenna; Clark, S. M.; Chisenhall, James T; Cop ley, J. II; Carrigan, M. A.; Cole, W. P. D Davis, S. L ; Davis, Robt.; Davi, W. YV.; Dixon, 31 rs. Delia. E Ellis, Matilda. F Ferrall, J. S. G Gettings, J. C; Godwier, H. A. II Hopkins, Dea ; Hopkins, Arch Hinnen, R A.; nutchins, W. S ; Hollo way, Geo ; Holder, Arlendo. J Jeffries, Miss Julia. L Laue, Thomas E.; Lawrence, Wil liam. P Pendergrass, Ann; Piatt, Susan Pain, Leanner. R Rawlet, Stephen ; Riley, Geo ; Rol lins, Mrs. Laura. S Snipes, B ; Shields, W. S.; Sorrell Mena; Strayhorn, J. E ; Smith, E. W. T Turner, Ann ; Thomas, Lizlie. W Waler.Ned; White, M A ; Walker Kate; White, Mrs. Charlie. W. A. Albright, P. M. Specimen Cases. S. II. Clifford, New Casel, Wis., wa: troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terriblv reduced in ffesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured mm. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburer, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' stand ing. Lsed three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speak er, Catawba, O., had five large rever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable One bottle Elecric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely Sold at R. Blacknall & Son's drug store. Constipation and sick headache per manently cured, and piles prevented by Japanese Liver Pellets; especially adapted to children's use. Sold by W. in. 1 ear by. Do You Want a Position As drummer, teacher, clerk, manager, solicitor, book-keeper, mechanic, servant, etc ? Address with stamp, Employment Bureau, Raleigh, N. C. O cU are Sfil better Wken ftta tie with Z&rtftev are REl; from Qrzrsb hct are easfy d gested or Trying horTemny , anct all (offOLENg is better and Jbure ftaa Urd. Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. AGENTS WANTED For the only authorized Biography g! James G. Blaine, Dy Gail Hamilton, hi literary executor, with the co-operation of his family, and for Mr.f Blai" great History, "Twenty Fearsof Con-( giess, ana nis laier ikxk, f omic.u jJiseus sions." One prospectus for the three books. Exclusive territory driven. Write for terms to Th llenrv 11111 Pnh. Co.. Norwlrd. Cnnn PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, Music and Laniruaires ! u 'Kiv.t'k r.ixoNs on I'inuo, 0r4r.HH, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Fuile. r:ut or nny ;her Band i- ri ;.?".! ri IrRiTUinent. '' - nti:tie: i; riei ;;r -viiy combi nation of instruments. Private conversational lessons In French and German. Young ladies attended at their residence Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar anteed studious pupils. TBKMS ItEAMOXARLF. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, N. C. Qood 0ffo IPS m 3-1 k2 Easily, Quick:?. Psrmaneat.'7 RtitirevJ. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEE1LITY, r.'H? all t! e r rain cf vj: lr;!i:-nn- ttn-ist r later t .et-s. ti.f rri-ulis ot ierKu!i, s ctbes, wcrrv.tii- Fr.iistrvi.t,, development ani trn f-iven io e fry :-j,ai and r rti-n rf thf l.i. S':npl". natural nietho?3. Immelia.iniproTeinetit Stf-n. Failure fir. pes! Me. 2.WQ reference. B.k. explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. t COMPOUND. A recnt discovery by an old physician. Successfully used monthly bu thousands of La- .dies. Is the only perfectly safe and reliable medicine discov ered. Beware of unprincipled rnrdcM Who rsffpr In fprinr inedlHsss In place of this. Ask for Cook's Cottos Koot Compocsd, taker.o substitute, or Inclose $1 and 6 cents in postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, by return xnalL Full sealed particulars in plain tnvelope, to ladles only, 2 stamns. Address Fond Lily Ompany. Ko. S I Uiier lilock, Detroit, ilica, tSold in DurhHiu ami everywhtts by all responsible rlruxista. For Sale! A wire stitching machine, new, in excellent order. A Challenge paper cutter, new, in fine condition. The very thing for a small job printing office. These will be sold cheap for cash. Address, THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. NOTICE OF LAND SALE UN DER MORT GAGE ! By virtue f the powers conftrred upon me in two mortgage deeds from S. P. (Jooch and wife, which ar registered in Durham county n book 18 on page 2i7. and in book 21 on page 214. I will f-ell lor cash at public auction at the court house door in Onrhara, N. 0.. at 12 o'clock m. on Saturday, February 3, 1894, the following tract ot Jaud in Durham county, viz: One tract in Durham township, adjoining the lands of J. C. Antrier, . ickers, Sr . and others, and bounded as follows : Heginning on M. A. Ansrier s line, thence east chains and x7 links to a stake on F. M. Proctor's line. thence 6011th j9 chains and 80 links to a stake. vV. 1. Vickers, Sr 5, corner, thenco we9t 2j chains and t) links to a stake. W. I). Vickers comer on Pickett's line, thence N. 6 E. 20 chains and 4rf links to the lirst station, con- tainiiir 50 acres, more or less; and also that tract of land in Pattersoa township, adjoininur the lands ot A. M. Ivigsbee, II H. Markham and others, containing one huudrcji and eighteen acre-a, more r u ss, aim oeingtrne iani upo i which said S. P. Gooch now resides. Ihis ,jd day of January, liii. . II. 1UK J II. Fuller & Fuller, Attorneys for Mortgagee. 0K. J. J. THAXTON, Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens of Durham. His specialties: Mucous Membranes, (J lands and Nerves (lemaies in UifTG Wprnf nisi Constipation and Headache, Secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern (ipn's. Office over Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 o'clock a. ni. to 1- m.. and from 2 p. ttj to 4 n. m NOW FOR IT! HAVING OPENED A Job Printing Office n front end of the Recorder building, we are now prepared to do Jot) Printing of HI Kinds, And respectfully solicit your patronage. In prices and work we will do our best to please. Whitaker Printing Company, C. D WHITAKER, Manager. Jilt mm SooksiottaRoo ivy Champion Rock Crusher, with screen and elevator, will crush, screen and wagon more rock than 125 men can per day. W -t "VHhW . 11 .... for Infants " Castorla is so -well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription Lnown to Ei" II. A. Archeh, M. I., Ill So. Orford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. "The u of 'Castoria so univer&il and its merits so well known that it styms a work cf supererogation to endorse it. Few art the Intelligent families who do not keo; Castoria within easy reach." Nev York City. The Cext ai k jg-f-,.. The North Ciiroliim CAPITAL STOCK, 150,000.00. Par value $100 per share, fully paid with 60 in 20 months. OFFICERS. B. L. DUKE, President, Durham. LEO D. HEAIITT, Treasurer, Durham. Chartered under the Laws Having purchased outright 178 of the most beautiful and desirable lots at Newport News, f r a short time only the Company oilers for sale a limited number of its shares of st-ock on the following easy payments: 65.00 per share cash, $5.00 in one month, $5.00 in two months, S5.(X) in three months, then $5.00 per share every two months until 00.00 shall have been paid. INVESTMENT SAFE, ATTRACTIVE, PROFITABLE. For Prospectus and particulars apply to T. 5. LIPSCOMB, Office up Ftnir, Mangum building. 100 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR $1.00 THE STAMP Latest Tliino; A PERFECT Finish the most Delicate and Complete ! Gems of Art ! The Latest Craze ! Photographs, Pastel and Crayon Work all Sizes, Styles and Prices. "W"2v. SHELBTJE1T, Photographic Studio, u and Children. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, KilU Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl gestion. Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommended j-our ' Castoria, and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardee, M. P., 12Mh Street and 7th Ave., New York City Compaxt, 77 Murray Street, New York Cm. JMmZL... . . -r .. ,. ,,,. n n. .1 1 and Newport News Cf. -o- W. S. HALLIBURTON, Sec, Durham J. S. LIPSCOMB, Gen. Man'r, Durham of the State of North Carolina. General Mnnaccr. PHOTOGRAPH! in jPietvwes ! LIKENESS! Main Street, Durham, N. C. load on