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THE DURHAM DALLY GLOBE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20,
lite -Durham gntlg (Sloba. By JOHN WILDER JENKINS. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. Toe Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. TnE Weekly Globe Is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at 11.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church street. Globe telephone, No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued ntil ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Darham. N. C. YOU CAN FIND The Globe on Bale in Durham at T. J. Gattis & Son's book store and Berry it Co'3 news-stand. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postofflce, Dur ham. N. C. as mail matter aa the second class. DUUIIAM, N C. SATURDAY. JANUARY 20. 1894. THIS CRIME OF PFKJURY. Truth la the basis of human integrity. Truth is the highest journalism, the highest oratory, the highest art. Truth preserves faith between man and man. We take the statements of people be cause we believe them to be true. When man has sworn on the holy eyangelis of Almighty God that he will tell the truth, the whole truth, and noth ing but the truth, and then on the wit ness stand breaks faith with God and man, and packs falsehood to falsehood, lie to lie it'is a sight to make the angels weep. Yesterday two persons were convicted of perjury in the Durham couaty supe rior court, and the presiding judge in sentencing them spoke of the frequency of this common crime, stating that in almo3t every case that had come before him during this week he believed thtrt had been perjured witnesses. The crime is grave and deserves sever punishment. Strict punishment of perjurers would exert a salutary Influence upon the wit ness stand. THE GLOBE FOR 1,894 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 newTs 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 party and wearing the shackles of no man. ONLY TEMPORARY RELIEF. Issuing bonds gives the treasury only temporary relief. The bonds must be paid and the interest on them must be met. When a man finds himself without suf ficient funds to carry on his business, he gives his note to obtain money to tide over the crisis. He must pay the note. The government has not sufficient revenue to carry on its operations. It gives its note and on that borrows money to tide over the crisis in its affairs. Depleted treasuries of nations are caused by mismanagement of govern ment finance or by some unusual drain, as in case of war. But both individuals and nations must pay the price of misfortune or misman agement. Both pay the price for tem porary relief. And the relief is but temporary. A man takes a drink of whiskey and it stimulates him highly for a time. But unless his system has rallying powers, he relapses and "the last state of that man is worse than the first." And nations are much like men. GOOD EVENING! Have Kou Read The Globe? DULL TIMES Are times for hustling. riii... i .1 i.; x lie juuK'iuus iui ui iisur strikes home when the pocket book is low. When the trade don't come to him he goes to the trade. The Globe reaches the trade you want. T. LOBULES. Thk Honorable Scott Harrison can now shake hands with Judsre llorn- blower. Lots of people in this country think that the Hon. Archibald Arrington Wil liams has gotten about what wa3 right Rabbi John Sekc.ius, Ben Israel, etc., and so on, comes bark at the folks who have painted "fraud" along the fences he has followed. The Globe has of late been printing the news that is news. There is always a leader to every profession and The Globe still leads the parade in these parts. Atlanta has planned a grand exposi tion for 1895. The people of the Gate City have gone towork In)earnest. They promise the biggest affair Atlanta has rcr had. SELL TflE BONDS TO THE PEOPLE. Since the issue of bonds is unavoida ble the only thing to do is to make the best of a bad business. To prevent the Wall street bankers and the English capitalists from gob bling up the bonds at once, issue them in twenty-five, fifty and one hundred dollar denominations and sell them to the people. They would prove the safest investment that could be made. If the people hold the bonds the in terestpayable in gold will stay in the country. If national banks and foreign capitalists hold the issue, there is a steady outflow of the precious metal. Let the gold interest money be kept in the country. Let the people hold the bonds. A Letter to "The Major." New York Morning Advertiser. Colonel Al Farobrother,the fierce North Carolina editor, has addressed the follow ing note to Major Randolph Gore Hamp ton, late of the C. S. A : Major Randolph Gore Hampton, Hominy Hall, Washington, D. O.: My Dear Major It seems proper that I should inform you that I have sold my pension advocating newspaper and would desire to form a partnership with you in the war claim bureau. 1 used to call old Cleveland the brave Buffalo boy who slapped the dirty pension beggars in the face, but I have learned, alas! that he is an old fraud and I indorse all you say of him. ben 1 would print a lurid article about the Union thieves who prowled around among the southern chicken coops all the true North Carolinians would applaud my utterances to the echo. as it were. But when I wanted a favor at the hands of Cleveland the Buffalo hip popotamus turned and would not listen. Being in V lrginia, where I shall soon establish another paper, I can be closer to you when you advocate the sacred cause of war claims. My next paper shall be devoted exclusively to war claims and only incidental reference shall be made to the infamies of the northern janizaries. Virginia, too, has more war claims than the Tar Heel State, so the rake off will be much bigger. I see that you admire poetry, especially that written by Miss Virginia Toombs, so I here sub mit a little piece written by a republican friend of mine upon hearing of my in tended departure from the Bull town : So the Rebel rides on his raid no more ! All honor to him, and let a tear Fail for his sake on the Durham steer. The poetry is rickety, but the sentiment catches me. Let me hear from you. Re spectfully, Col. Al Fakobrother. Durham, N. U , Jan. 15. Senator Walthall, of Mississippi, has disproven the old saying that "few die and none resign," by resigning his seat in the senate, giving as his reason that the Washington winters are too severe for this. For The Globe. Keogenesls. O priceless, peerless Gospel of St. John ! Wherein the Logos the Incarcate Word Mirrors himself, as In a s-a of glass ! How sad and strange that I so long have vie-, d With lidtless eye and undiscerning heart Thy tender, loving portraiture of him. Whom here I hail as prophet, priest and king i Christ son of man no lsa than son of God Christ, only son of God, as son of man. Rest here, my soul ! Behold thf no all in all Of love eternal, infinite, divine ! Gaze now, and gladden with an awful joy. Quick with tene pulsiatrs of immortal lift? ! Look ! look and live ! See leprosy of ein. Blrtb-blinded eyes, and lamenes9 from the womb All doubt all dread, and every thought of i 1 Vanish like the phantoms of a dream ! The troubled seas are passed, that knew no rest; The present calm preludes no after storm ; For life, in him, is kept in perfect peace Serene pellucid, as an Alpine tarn. Kissed by the shimmer of the morning star ! Theo. H. Hill. 01 Easily. Quickly. Permanently Restored. 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