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She puluun Ibilil (5lok.
By JOHN WILDER JENKINS.
The Globe is published every day (Sunday
excepted) and delivered by carrier at $6.00 a
year, or 50 ceutd a month. The G lobe circu
lates throughout North Carolina.
Tub Weekly Globe is a large eight-page
paper, conuuniug all the news, and is sent by
mail at $1.50 a year in advance.
Office Corner Main and Church street.
Globe telephone, No. 76.
All advertieeuienta and notices continued
until ordered out.
Address all eorainunicatious to
THE GLOBE,
Durham. N. C.
YOU CAN FIN' O
The Globe on sale in Durham at
T. J. Uatti.s & Sou's b jul: store and
Berry A: Co 6 n"Vs -stand.
ALWAYS INDEPENDENT
Tue Globe is entered ut the itotfice, Dur
ham. N. C. as mail a attv-r as the second class.
IjUJUIM. N. c.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1), 1894
THE GLOBE FOR 1894
Will be conducted with a
large majority of pen and a
small sprinkling of scissors.
Will light 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
wrell as for the oHiee and the
factory..
Will be independent, bear
ing the imprimatur of no
party and wearing the
shackles of no man.
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GOOD EVENING!
Have loo Read The Globe?
DULL TIMES
Are times for hustling.
The judicious advertiser
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.
WILL. CLEVLM) VF.TO THE It ILL.?
The 'res dispatolu"? morning
state that Mr. Cleveland will refuse to
sign the Biaud bill for th-? coinage of the
seigniorage. This U contrary to foroi-?r
repori. There :;r enough admistra
tion democrats to defc it vha. ever meas
ure is obnoxious to the a inini?t ration
If the Bland l ill had been opposed by
Mr. Cleveland, it -vouM nust likely nave
been defeated in t'ie Uoue. Thw would
have settled the matter without putting
the responsibility of a vote up-.n Mr.
Clevelanvl
But the bill has gon through its sec
oud readiug in the -euate. And indeed
it came near being rushed through Wid
nesday. If Mr. Clewiia 1 had wished to
lefeat the measure, one word from the
administration leaders would have killed
it in a twinkling.
These things would seem to indicate
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that Mr. Cleveland approved the bill, or
at least did not oppose it.
But it would be very like him to let
the bill go through both houses, and
then vote it, saying to tht single-standard
men, "Behold, what I have done."
Still Washington correspondents are
notably unreliable, and the opposition of
Cleveland may only exist in the brain of
some sensational newspaper man.
HAWAII'S JfUTUKE.
Affairs in Hawaii have always inter
ested Americans ever since Don Quixote
Stevens raised the stars and stripes at
Honolu u and proclaimed an American
protectorate over the Kanakans.
The bold bravery of Dole and tLe pro
visional government, the bluod thirsii
ness of the dusky queen, the strange and
unusual diplomatic complications in
volved in the afTair have engaged our at
tention for many months.
Dispaches state that a constitutional
convention has been called to formulate
a definite form of government.
A platform of principles has been sub
stantially agreed upon as follows:
I. To support the provisional govern
ment. 2 Resist the restoration of monarchy.
3. Establish a practicable form of rep
resentative government.
4. The government to be united as soon
as possible with that of the United States.
5. Liberal policy in difposing of public
lands in small tracts to actual settlers and
discouraging large speculative holdings
0. Bevision of thetaxation system, large
estates to bear their proper share of the
public buidens.
7. Favor i'vnmigration of Portuguese
and other whites to replace Asiatics.
8. No class legislation discrimination
against any class of loyal citizens.
iK Liberal system of productive public
works.
10. Needed labor and material for
public service not to be imported from
abroad if procurab'e here.
II. No prison labor to be employed in
mechanical work.
12. No persons to be employed by the
government unless loyal to it.
THE HACK IS ON.
Since the patent on the hand phones
of the American Bell monopoly expired
February 1, exchanges have been form
ing in various parts of the country offer
ing to furnish phones at half the rate of
the Bell company.
But since the first patent ou the essen
tial principle of the telephone, many
other improvements, almost essentials,
have been added to the Bell instrument,
and these are all cove-red by patents that
will not expire for several years yet
And the Bell company will not soon
release its "dead cinch" on the micro
phone, and the valuable Berliner and
Edison patents.
Thtse new telephone exchanges will
either have to get another phone from
that now used or else pay the Bell mo
nopoly a big royalty.
Popular telephone service will be a
godsend to the country, tut it looks as if
we were not quite out of the woods yet.
The American Bell company is troug
wtalihv, influential. It will of course
do everything it can to hold its grip cn
the telephone.
But the new exchanges have the peo
ple on their side. Lots of people will
rather use inferior 'phones, than let the
monopoly win the fight.
The race is on.
The best horse will come ia first at tie
finish.
Senatorial Deals in Sujar.
Waehinirtoa Cor. Philadelphia Re: ord.
The remarkable rise of sugar stock
tlrs morning was controlled by a few
senntors. One Washington broker said
this morning that one of his senatorial
customers made ft,000 inside of two
hours, and there are rumors of an inves
tigation of the New York stock ex
change concerning the transaction
There wtre more inquiries over the
price of sugar to cay than over the tarill
schedules, and hi telephones between
the capitol and the broke, s' ofiices were
kept busy all morning.
The committee has msde a good selec
tion in choosing W. A. Montccmery,
Esq , to deliver the memorial day address
at Raleigh this year. He served under
Gen W. D. Pender, who will be the sub-
jee'i oi me a iuress, ana ie is an enter
taining and instructive speaker.
The Greensboro Record says that some
persons at that place are passing stamps
on merchants stamps from which the
canceilaUon marks have been removed
by a chemical process.
Mr. Gladstone is reported quite ill
from the effects of a chill.
LINGERING LETTERS.
A List of Letters Waiting Owners in the
Durham FostofiSce.
List of unclaimed letters remaining in
the Durham postoffice, advertised March
3, 1S94:
B Burns, Eliza; Butler, Ida; Burns,
Mrs. M. C ; Brown, Annie; Blue, M. J ;
Batchelor, Sam.
C Cook, Bascum ; Cateo, Hattie; Cor
bett, Jeff.
D Dunson, D C.
E Ellen, N. II.
F Freeland, M; Fidler, E; Ferrell,
Miss Linnie.
G Gunter, Miss Canrey.
II Hern, Mary; Hardie, C J.
J Jinkins, II P ; James, II. M.
L Lunsford, Eddie; Lane, Miss Mamie
M Mason, I. W ; Mathes, J E.: Mays,
Mrs. Evelene; Moore, Sevestie
O Odenheiraer, ?dr. John.
P Pope, Dave; Parish, A L
R Rochelle, L. P ; Rochelle, Pankell;
Rigsbee, T. II.
S Stephens, Etta ; Sowell, Miss Julin.
T Thompson, R. VV.
W Wolf, Dave A
Y Yealock, E P.
In calling for any of the above letters,
please say they are advertised.
W. A. Albright, P. M.
Dr. Yates' Appointments for Durham Dis
trict. Trinity station, March 4-o.
Durham circuit, Fletchers, March 24-25
Carr church, April 1.
Hillsboro circuit, Rougcmont, April
" Q
i -o.
Roxboro circuit, Concord, April 14 15
Mt. Tirzah circuit, Ml. Zion, A pril 21 22
Leasburg circuit, Bethel, April 21 22
Main Street station, April 23 29.
S28 in Four Weeks.
DuuriAM, N (J , Ian. 10, '94.
Received from J W. Beasley, tu asurer
Southern Sick and Accident Benefit Asso
ciatiou of Norfolk, Ya., twemy-eiiiht riol
lars in full of claim for seven weeks sick
ness. Elizabeth High.
Mr. E T. Lea is the agent and will give
all information. CH on him.
For Kent.
Three handsome rooms, suitable for
man and wife, $5 per month. Apply at
this office.
W. M Yearby, druggist, recommends
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necessarily Connected
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iseea prescrioea over 85
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of this, leave hi? dishonest store, inclose price in
letter, and we will Bend by return mail. Price, one
package, fl; Elx, $S. One will please, six will curs.
Pamphlet in plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps.
Address TUB WOOD CHEMICAL, CO..
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Sold in Durham and everywhere bf
all responsible druggists.
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