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ihc Durham D'ailii (Slofce.
The Globe 1b 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 Is sent by
mail at $1.50 a year in advance.
Office Corner Main and Church streets.
Globe telephone, No. 76.
All advertisement and notices continued death roll
until oruerea oui.
Address all communications to
Science has demonstrated that all con
tagious diseases are caused by the feed-
robe don'tjtalk much, but when he does
he says something."
But at this point the ring-master came
iuz of bacclli on the tissues of the body, along with the mace, and we got out of
Yellow fever, small-pox, cholera and all way.
these so-called contagious diseases are
Durham. N. C.
understood to be prevented to a great ex
tent by the complete isolation of the dis
eased person?. Instead of being the aw
ful plagues that they once were they have
come to play a comparatively small part
of civilized countries.
This change has been accomplished al
most exclusively by strict quarantine.
Carlisle's Long Greens.
Those bonds, those bonds.
Those new green bonds.
That Carlisle asks us to bid on.
He's long on bonds and short on caah
The treasury's about to smash
And so he starts his printing press
To make the hole a little less.
But after all, the people, John,
Will have to pay those long green bond".
The Financier.
That dread disease, Consumption,
sweeps away more persons every year a L,it of Letters Waiting Owners in the
than nnv nthnr maUrlv fn 'lhfi catalogue Durham Postofltice.
iimj ukjuu uu oaiKj tu. uiU or 1IIP. lt 13 more uniiormiy ratal man List of unclaimed letters remaining in
T. J. Uattl3 & foon 3 oook store auu cnoiera itself. In fact if it 13 understood the Durham postofflce, advertised Janu-
Berry & Co s ncw.s-stand. lhat a Dergon nas consumption the rela- "J 20, 1894
tives and friends of the poor unfortuna'e
Easily. Quickly.
Peraanently Restored.
and all the train cf evils
front early errors or later
es.ctcs, the rt-sults ot
overwoit, sli-Lui-ss,
vrcrrr.ctc. Full .strength.
deTelopnient saU t-n
fciven to ery c rgau and
portion cf the body.
s;inpl. natural roeihou a.
Imir.eJIatft Improvement
s-cn. Failure Impotble.
2.000 referenct-8. Book,
explanation end proof a
mailed (sealed) free.
The Globe is entered at tbe poetoffiee, Dur
ham. N. C, as miUl matter as tbe second clasa.
ALWAYS INDEPENDENT give up all hope. The doctors and nurses
devote all their efforts not so much to
expel the disease, as to prolong the life
of the patient. All wora on the idea that
the ultimate outcome of the disease is
death. Statistics show that 3,000 per
sons die from this disease in the United
States every year.
This enormous loss of life could in a
large degree be prevented by a rigid
B Barshnagle, Mrs. P." A ; Brodie,
Miss Muredith; Beavers, Miss Jane.
C Crumpton, Joe.
1 Davis, Mis3 Sarah.
F Fuller, Lewis.
G Grawett, Mis Daisy.s
II Ilinton, Mr. James; Ilowell, Mrs.
R. P.; Herndon, W. G.; Harper, Miss
M Massey, Mr. P. M.; Morris, Mrs.
Annie ; Mason, Mr.
O Ogburn, S. A. & Co.
P Palmer, J. J.
A recent discorcry by an old
Ebysiclan. Successful! used
monthly by thousands of La-
aus. is tneoniy perrectiy ar
and reliable medicine dlscor.
ered. Beware of unprincipled
drnsrfsta Whn offee Inferior
medicines In place of mis. Ask for Cook's Cottoh
Hoot Compocwd, take no substitute, or Inclose $1 and
0 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, sealed,
by return malL Full sealed particulars la plain
envelope, to ladle only. 2 stamps.
Address Pond Lily Company,
Ko. 3 llsfcer iilock, Detroit. tflcb.
8"Sold in Durham and everywhere by
all responsible druggists.
for Infants and Children.
Castor! is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
tnown to me." IL A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of Custoria is o uniTersal and
lu meriu so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Ca&los Makttx, D. Dm
New York City.
Castor la cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructat ion,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote dl
Without Injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommend
your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as It has Invariably produced benefit
Ed win F. Pardee, M. D.,
185th Street and 7th Ave., New York City
Thb Cxxtacr CosfPAXY, 77 Murray Stejuet, Niw York Crrr.
i t -i i 4 .1 i : -1 .j I
Wll lo nnrwlnH-prl wifli V prevwueu uj a i,Km RRoger9 Lucie; Ruffln Elizabeth;
Will DC COnUUClLU Willi d qmDtine Itig universally conceded Robinson, Tinie ; Rockwell, J. C; Rarely,
lariTG majority Of peil and a that consumption is the eating away of R. L.
crv.nll cnrinllinn- nf cninr the tissues of the body by a voracious S-Stanley, Samuel; Steinman, Max.
Small SpilllKling 01 bClbSOrS. . W-Whit, John ; Watkins, David.
, . , variety of bacilli. "Then if the disease is . ' ,
VVi tirrhf foir nnfl hp 1'ersons caning ior any or me aoove
ill ngnt ian, anu De cau8ed by bacillii those bacilli maybe lettera will please say they were adTer.
hOnCSt With IneilUS and IOCS, transmitted from one person to another, tisea.
I 1
Will 4-,,, 4-, m.inf flio I this constituting contagion. Contagions W. A. Albright, P. M.
I diseases, when of an especially violent
news, as news goes.
nature are subject to quarantine. Con-
Will be a paper for the sumption is probably the most fatal Of Dr. Yates Will Hold Quarterly Meetings
home ana the fireside, as diseases.
' I Hhnnp MJll stntinn .Tannortr 9 fl 9.1
VVlur ia Inoro nnf a Ttrjin nnorgntinp I '
Well as tortile OiilCe and tlie " " Mt. Tirzah, at Erooksdale, January
I against consumption as there is against 07.03
idiuiv. cholera or yellow fever ? Hillsboro circuit. Hillsboro. Wednes-
Will be independent, bear- Consumption is transmitted from one day, January 31.
ing the imprimatur Of no Pern to another In two ways : l, by Lea9burg circuit asburg, February
nereulty ; '-i, by contagion, lne nrst can iq
be gotten rid of by prohibiting tbe mar- Yanceyville circuit, Bethel, February
riage of consumptives. The second can 17-lb.
Milton circuit, Purleys, Februory, 24-
Burlington circuit, Prospect, March
Alamance circuit, Phillips, March 17-
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Both these will be opposed by senti
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be viewed from the standpoint of com
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The Globe reaches the
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we are pleased-to announce that w. Descriptions of the World's Fair and the Midway PlaLsance, bv the famous
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road and stopped the Hornblower band.
"Here we see the two Carolina sena
tors. These are like the see saw ; when
one is up, the other's down ; when one
goes one way, the other goes the other.
"Over there you observe the gentle
men from Colorado. They wear silver
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"3Iost of the other senators are at Mr.
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"Maine furnishes us with two interest
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woman of this show, who is timed to
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History of the Fair that has been published. The Photograph?, in natural colors, are
While the historioal flpprinrinnc; o-iv flm The
, L, , kJ fc x ' -Aiv t 11 a t. vciiuu wu) uiivi nil vjuiii; u . t. -1'-
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tending the work of the corps of artist employed in taking views. These pictures ar
the finest in existence. They were taken by trained artists of more than nation
reputation, who knew how to secure the best results and the most favorable points c;
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