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. THE DURHAM DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24.
She Durham gaila miotic. Bj JOHN WILBER JENKINS. STENOGRAPHERS FOR THE COURTS. North Carolina has often been dubbed the "Rip Van Winkle" of the states. Many times she neglects to seize the im provements and inventions of modern The Globe Is published every day (Sunday mnA mettka w anoraa in excepted) and delivered by carrier at $8.00 a w&0 414 year, or 50 centa a month. The Globb clrcu- the oxen, when she might well ride on lates throughout North Carolina. . vm!ki lfm?, THE WEEKLY U !., DO. 10 a itn gc ciguiro paper, containing all the news, and ia sent by mail at 1 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 76. This behind-the-times characteristic is in nothing more clearly shown than in the conduct of our courts. Every state Boctelle House. GLOBULES. i3 the wild buck of the Will Wheeler Hazard Peckham travel the same road that William Hornblower traversed ? At last the bounty is stricken from ugar, and the cane grower's tub will have to stand on its own bottom. YOU CAN FIND The Globe on sale in Durham at T. J. Gattis & Son's book store and Berry & Co's news-stand. Prohibition in Iowa is "gone up the spout " The statute, the chimney of a raphers for her courts. Business is dis- vanished factory, is the only thing that patched with rapidity and ase. Testi- stands, and now that is to betaken down. Durham, n. c. I mony is accurately taken and taken in one tenth the time it formerly required. AH advertisements and notices continued I t, . , --.n La t tbat Allows Progress provides stenog- Address all communications to THE GLOBE, DR. YATES' APPOINTMENTS. Easily, Quickly. Permanently Restored, WEAKNESS, KERVOUSHESS, DEBILITY, and all ;f,e trthi of evil in a tat ly errors or later exct-bMrs. tiic results ot overt oik, sicklies, vtrorrv.etc. Full strength, development and toce given to every crgan and portion of the b-jrtv. Pimple, natnralmethoi. Immediate Improvement Failure iippoatfble. 2.0UJ references. Boot, explanation and proofs mailed i sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. for Infants and Children. Expense is saved and the work well done. Dr' Yttte9 wm HolJ 21 Meetings woOD'S'PHOSPHODINIi ag touows, in 1'art: tj,. n . v ... An instance of thecomparative rapidity of the stenographer compared with the ALWAYS INDEPENDENT Chapel Hill station, January 20 21. Mt. Tirzah. at Rrnnksdalp Tnnnrv 1 i I . rr i j .i I ' ' 7 long xiauu writer 13 auorueu m me supe- 27-28 nor court here. 1 he case of Blacknall Hillsboro circuit, Hillsboro, Wednes- vs. Cooper & Rowland has been tried day, January 3t. three times before. Heretofore it has Jiam oirPei nation, r. euruary 4 o. " C as tori a is so well adaptod to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me' IL A. Archer, SL P., Ill So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N. Y. Promptly and permanent IV core ail forma nf Vmnui atoi-rhca, Jmpotency and all ! electa of Abuse or Excesses, i Been prescribed over 83 years In thousands of cases; : Is the only Reliable and Hon- est medicine trnotm, Arte araggist lor v cod's Phos- w,m v.n..Mmaii matter u the second class, consumed from three to five days of the Hefore nurt Jl4 phodiss: If ha offers anmA tv . , I . f., . 'j" worthless medicine In place Leasburg circuit, Leasburg, February J thla, leave his dishonest store, inclose price in 10 11. DUilUAM, K. C. lime 01 me court, lesteraay a stenog- Yanceyville circuit, Bethel, February ridd rapher wa3 employed, and to day the case 17-18. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24, 18'94. THE GLOBE FOR 1894 is disposed of. The case was gotten rid of in one-third the time consumed by the old method, aDd the testimony was taken with absolute accuracy. The case has Milton circuit, Purleys, Februory, 2- 25. Burlington circuit, Prospect, March 10-11. 18. letter, and we will send by return mail. Price, one package, $1 ; six. $5. One trill please, tlx will cure, uuiuevw mam seaieu enveioi Address Tiik ivnnn nip 131 woodward aveaue, Detroit. Mich. t& Sold In Darham and everTwhum bv all responsible drusists. "The use of 'Castoria i so universal and izs merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Casteria within easy reach." Casijos SIarttx, D. D., New York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoaa, Eructation, Kills "yVorms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion. Without Injurious medication. "For several years I have recommends 1 your 'Castoria, and shall always continue t do so as it has invariably produced beneflcial results." Enwur F. Fa&dks, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York Cit j Tax Cextai'r Compaxt, 77 Mckrat St&ket, Nrw Yoaa Citt. Will be conducted with a T.1,"6? het0Ire "y "T we.re uui luicnui lujuuirc ouuium eiiner in large majority Of pen and a experience or ability. The early disposal Small Sprinkling of ScisSOrS. f the case I. due to., he speed of the SatnChilbu" otv-uwiaui. I vyurus, auu an okiu x-rupiions, ana positively Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts ' President Cleveland Waited ! Secretary Carlisle Waited ! Will fight fair, and be I UV CMVU IU LC U1L1CU 1 Li I . 1 . . " l,AnTO;f,nAlc. ol no . ... " - anteea to give periect satisfaction, or money nunoi vnii ii iiiuo auu iwuo. favor of the stenographer, but also ac- refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Forsale Will continue to print the curacy- When lhe testimony I the exact words In which it falls from the news, as news goes. And not only is speed to be urged in cu? f?les. or no Pa r"ired' 11 is uar- J-,- - t - refunded. Price 25 cen by R. Blacknall Son. We are pleased to announce that W. IVf "WftrTlir mi r pn t or nn'ai'n rr im'cf Vi o a lips of the witness, there is no possibility secured the afrenov for tho JAnnnPsnPii W ill DC a Paner IOr the of error. cure; a most wonderful discovery for the I I CUre Of niles nf CVfrv kinrJ rohiVVi ho 1 i.i r 1 I 1 ?J rr., ... ' r. . " J "" '"" "v, llOIlie ailU the IireSlde, aS '."yisatonsmerauon. me will sell with a written guarantee to re I m ; m,i I fund the monev if it dop.s not rnrp Tt 5 - i iiiaiu inn i' irvri i y ii u lr ii i ri i i m m r - - Well as IOr the OlllCe and the I . . . s.aid to be a specific for that terrible and economy, i ne sienograpuer saves to the Uancerous disease, (jet h fren samnlc i . - - 1 iaCtOrV. countv and the state rnanv timos his cost aD(1 ,ry ,l- Chauncey ffl. Depew Waited 'j ing the imprimatur of no party and wearing the shackles of no man. Will be independent, bear- The witness fees, the pay of the jurors, the thousand things that make up the expense of a court, are saved. In the case here, th stenographer v d nesily ten times his cost. Perhaps this adjunct of the modern court ia not needed in hll cases From their actions in the past Tus Globe does not dream that North Caro lina legislators would vote for salaried stenographers. But the power could be tiven to judges to appoint stenographers in cases where they deemed it uecessarj, the fee of the short hand writer to te -111 . m SSHF j 'nciuaeu in tne costs ot the case. f ' H iif. - I Give the courts stenographers. Free nSf I them from the bondaSe of the pen. CIVILIZATION TURNS THE TABLES. Among animals and birds the male is the more beautiful, decked out in the gaudy show of fine feathers. The female is the drudge of nest or cave. Indians, who live near to nature and pattern after her, dress their braves in paint and feathers, while their squaws are put in homelier garb. The squaw plants the corn and does the work of the wigwam besides lugging her pappooses on her back, while the brave sits in the shade and discusses the probability of his being "big Injun" in the next light. Civiliza tion has altered the process of nature. Women deck themselves in the finery of a dozen lands-and primp and pose in the sunshine of idle pleasure, while man, poor man, is the dolt and drudge. GOOD EVENING I Have Ifou Read The Globe? Mr. George Smith Uvalde, Texas. SHAKESPEARE What Mr. 8mlth Thinka He Would nay Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla M Had Shakespeare lived here and suffered as I have, I think he would have said, Tlirow away all medicine except Hood's Sarsapa rilla. As an Englishman, coming to this climate, I have felt the heat very much. In the spring I felt as if I had all fhe care and anxiety of America on my mind. I got one bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and after I had uu&en it i ieu as u i couia undertake The President's Duties. Last month I had a return of prickly heat; it seemed impossible to stand up or He down without almost tearing myself to pieces. I then got one more bottle and it has not only cured the heat but I believe it put my blood HoocFsrSuCures In good condition. I advise all to take Hood's Sarsaparilla in the spring and fall." (jEoegk Smith, Uvalde, Texas. Many people have wondered why President Cleveland, Secretary Carlisle, Chaun cey M. Depew and other prominent people only viewed the beauties of the World's Fair for a day or two. The reason is now clear. They waited for H k mnGiQ city. DULL TIMES Are times for hustling. LITEKART. Graham Daves opens the North Caro lina University Magazine for Januarv MM... 1 i I ... . . JL lie JUUICIOUS auvernsei ' wan a sketch or the Order of the Cincin- strikes home when the pocket ati in Rb'- has an excellent review of Woodrow l)00lv is low. AVlieil the trade Wilson's "Division and Reunion." Prof. Collier Cobb reviews Goldwin Smith's don't come to him he goes to the trade. new outline of American political his tory, and scissors from it terse charcoal The Globe reaches the 8te'che3 ! notables- Tbe dePartffieDt9 are up to tneir usual excellence. This celebrated work will be issued in sixteen consecutive Weekly Parts fnnli Pfinfaminnf ci vfoan fr 4- : L TUi. 1 "TT i t-T. , . 1 Hood's Pills cure Nausea. Sick Headache. wuWuiub oiaiuuii iv, ovcut.y inayiiiiiueu t X IlULUrapillC V leWS and Historical aa,, sou Descriptions of the World's Fair and the Midway Plaisance, by the famous A SW ORT American Arthur. Mr. J. M. Buel. The Photographs are the finest that have ever uucji uiiuieu iu i iie puunc. xney consnrure a spienaicl series of trade you want. "The Book of the Fair" seems to get better with every issue. The parts are being rapidly issued now. The bcok is ives its readers the reay a work f art and the text is finelly written. The Bancroft company pub lishes the book and their offices are in There have been books anil books the Auditorium buildinc at Chicago. WATCH THE GLOBE. me uiodc gi best. printed on the World's Fair. Some are handsome, some are mere botches. But of all, 4 'The Magic City" is the best. It leads the procession, takes the rag oil the bush. It's the only really handsome thing of the kind that the average pocket- book can reach. The Globe brings it in reach of the flattest purse. Watch The Globe! This Grlppy World. When the air is full er drizzle And the town is full er sneeze, When you're one time In a sizzle And another in a freezj : When yere most too sick to stay up And too well to go to bed. When every bones er achin And neuralgy splits your head ; You may count it pretty certain. And bet on it every flip, Tbat you've struck the influenza And ye're got a case er grip. The ScrrEnrn. isfte best Shorttn'mp for al coorry purpose, only nealfAfuf shortening OTTER 30 YIWS In Natural Photograph Colors, embracing all the wonderful features of the World's Fair and its surroundings, and the famous Midway Plaisance, with its curious and interesting character sketches of life in foreign countries and among wild and curious races of people. UP of too much lcrle34l, from q coolce m. arl The Greatest, The Grandest, The Most Beautiful, The Most Complete When traveling, always take a cake of Johnson's Oriental Soap with you; dis eases are often caught from using hotel oap. Sold hj W. M. Yearby. I od cooKed in dOTTOLENE IS WficaTfc, delicious, JoYOUugeCoTTOLEHOl N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. History of the Fair that has been published. The Photograph-, in natural colors, are BEAUTIFUL AS A DREAM. THE GLOBE ALWAYS GETS THE BEST SIX C0DP0HS AND A DIME GETS ONE OF THIS SERIES.