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joiin wilii;k .ii::nkins. Editor. . H. WIIXAKI). JK-. Ih1iu-m Manager. The Globe is published ery day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at 6.00 a "S" orli cents a month. The G lob. circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly G lobe is a large eight pae paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at I1.-VJ a year in advance. Office-Corner Main and Church streets. Oixbe telephone. No. 76. AH advertisement and noticci continued until onlered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham. N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The (Jiobb is entered at the poetoilice, Dur ham. N. C as rnuil matter as the second claws. DUKIIAM, C. WHDNKSDAY, JULY 1. IS1M This Date In History- July 4. 1TL1V Iler.ry P,-!itih k. MToiid duke of I 'or tl.uid, li d. lTtil a in 'i 1 Ki Lunl-,n. hot-o highly wrought ai.d M-iitirnt-ntal novel- M-t the fashion for i;H!i" fars died. I LL HIIl 1 i I- I il liUl III . i Aiii-ii' an author. 1-orn in J'w 1 "-akin, Ma.--.; died ' ' laoT- tjiubeppe Oarihaldi, n-v- mvii.i:. olutioniM. born in Nice; di' d in ';t;i'-ia June , lbOb - Fisher Ames, Ainei kun statesman, .res ident of Harard college, did; hoi n 17. lfeltl-Stephen Collins Foster, nut hor of "Nellio Illy." "Oli, Susannah" and other zonular melodies, horn in Pitt. -burg: died 1N'4. (Fo'-.itr wash imisn al genius who, after one or two succes.se- at ballad writing, ahan doned a business career at tin; ai;i- of -I and devoted his life to composition. He wrote in ull 1 pieces,, words aiid mu-ir, one-fourth of them negro ditties and thn others home ballads. 0er lou.oco copies, of his negro ballad, "Old Folks at Home," were bold J ItSJl-James Mmiroc, fifth president, died in New York city; iorn 17-. IS IX - M. de iiateauhriaiid, atit hor of the " o-n-ius f 'hrist ianity" and other works, lied at Paris; born 177". li-Zi- William L. Man y, ex-.-ccrctai y of state and three limes gocinor of New York, died; horn 1. ls;i -The Federals entered Vicksburg. 17U - Hattle of I'lundi, South Afrii a; 4,ono Brit ish defeated and nearly destroyed l,1"1 Zu lus and raptured Cctewayo. 1W)1 - Hannibal Hamlin, statesman, died at Bangor. Me.; born lnt. 18iW-Mlne explosion at Thornhill, 1 Ingland, raused the death of 13.H miners. Tin: Globe will hereafter he at home to its friends in its new quarters on Church street, just off Main. Its patrons and readers are in vited to call. Owing to the hict that Uih is the nations natal day our telegraphic Herviee is very slim, the telegraph company s offices being closed the better portion of the day so as to en able employes to properly observe the same. As the (ilorious Fourth only occurs but once in a twelve month we will begin again tomor row in serving The (Uobe patrons with a full report of the telegraphic news twenty-four hours in advance of the mornint; dailii s. Perhaps the most popular Amen can magazine is The Cosmopolitan. It. has not the British cast of thought and illustration as Harper's and tloes not depend on Trilby to drag through dull numbers. But while if possesses the good qualities of tin de sieele America it also has the American characteristic of shallowness and un tSiorough treatment. The.Julv mini her opens with an article on "Beauty' by M. K. W. Sherwood, the text be ing written to suit the handsome pictures, portraits ol beauty types. Klizabeth Spring gives us a glimpse of the little known Basque country in "An Unconquered People"' Xa poleoniana receives a new contribu tion in '-Some Hare Napoleonic Medals." by ,!. Howe Adams; this is profusely illustrated, (ieneral (Ireely writes of the Anarctic region .1 alien Gordon has an interesting study. Aim mere several other articles in) the number worth reading. j Tilt: oi.oKiors roi urn. ! Todav from alaiesl tvu'V town.! village and hamlet iu the union there j rise-; to heaven the pop a:nl bang j boom of iircworks and e.urion. the emphatic periods and thn'.lingelimax j of the Fourth of duly oration and the; dull hum-drum oice oi the reader as! he measures oil the IVclaration et ' Independence. ; The assembled multitude.- cheer and rejoice and th ink red lemonade, the children have arious portions of their anatomy damaged by the fes tive fireworks, and the remains of those who stood inlront of the cannon are too widely scattered for decent burial. The population is reduced by a healthy percentage, and the doctors ami surgeons reap the sure reward that comes to the righteous. This may be well for the country. It may uo us ool to screech and howl and wave ilags and listen to lon-winded, spread eagle speeches. Ir mav. I5ut could not a more orderly, more ! sincere, less dangerous way ol cele jl)rating be devised? i I.ove I Not Dead. i I Hon iipped and ruddy-Hushed, Love st d with downcast eye ?, ! Her lorni a tremble in ray mad embrace. Ah '. then her eyes ball closed. Her bosom lell and rw, I'aosion-glow lit her tare. How fond is Love when once She yieldeth to her lord. How on his lips she hangs and sips The honey of his every word. A - long as veins -hull How With Life's red rippled wine. As long as eye5 shall glow With a yearn-light all divine. As long as maiden cheeks shall blush And maiden bosoms rise and fall, As long as manly hi arts shall throb. As charmers' damsels do not pal! -He.- a looi who said : "Love is Dead ' '' The Handsomest .Man. New York Sun. There sctms to be a combination in Illinois for the purpose of having the Hon. Delos Pythias Phelps8, chairman of the democratic central committee of that state, declared The Handsomest Man in the World. We have had more than twenty applications asking what can be done to further his candidacy. We reply, nothing. His name is entered in the Beauty Hook, folio :JWU of the Capillary Class. The lion. Elias Carr, of North Carolina, and the Hon. L'rban Alfonso Woodbury, of New Hampshire, the dele gates selected by the Board of Beauty to judge the Capillary Class, will reach Mr. Phelps' case in its order, and no sooner. There can be no deviation from this rule. CLEVELAND LOOKS WESTWARD. The Oreat I'uUinan Itoyeott .Strike Kngtg injf the Attention of National Oftltials. Wasuino i on, July i. -The President, Attorney (Jeiieral Olney and Secretary of War Lamont had an extended con ference yesterday at the executive mansion on the western strike situa tion. As a result of the conference nu merous telegrams were sent to the t'nited States civil and military author ities in the west and southwest. Many telegrams were received at the depart ment of justice, but Attorney General Olney said he was not prepared to make any of them public or indicate what action that government had taken in the matter. The strike situa tion is regarded as very serious and the administration is handling it with great caution and firmness. The attorney general was at the department most of the day Sunday and late into the night and kept the wires west busy with messages. He had several conferences during the day with the president who is kept constantly advised of the pro gress and extent of the trouble. Troops to Trinidad. The secretary of war has directed (ieneral Rusrar, commanding the de partment of California, to send troops to the support of the 1'nited States marshals at Los Angeles and General MeCook, commanding the department of Colorado, to assist in restoring order at Trinidad, Colo., where the deputy marshals were disarmed by the mob. General Miles, who has been east, but is commanding the department of Mis souri, by telegram is hourly expected at the war department for consultation with Secretary Lamont and other ofli eialsregardingt.be situation at Chica go, where his headquarters are situat ed. He will probably take west with him a full understanding- as to Ce course to be pursued where it differs from ordinary routine. No Delay When Ordered. (ieneral Schofield corrects the misap prehension that any appreciable time or specific orders are necessary to put the troops in readiness for duty. The entire military force of the country is. ready for active duty and detachments of soldiers can be sent to any desired point with practically no delay. The present situation U considered so grave that emergencies calling for troops have already been anticipated and the trovernmeut ss fully prepared to com pel respect for the mandates of the federal courts. Promptly upon receiv ing information from the attorney gen eral that the t'nited States marshals are unable to protect any interests for which they are responsible, troops will be dispatched to assi.-t them. KoMIt Foreed I'pon the (Government. An intimation is understood to have reached the officials of the government yesterday that the railroads affected by the strike in addition to calling on the government for assistance in for warding the t'nited States mails, would be compelled, as a last resort, to go into the t'nited State courts and ask for government receivers for the protection of their stockholders. In that event the entire property of the roads would be forced upon the govern ment, which would be compelled to i provide protection was recently i done iu the case of the Northern Paci- ' tic ami t'nion Paeiife roads when the ' oev craze wa at its height. Two I i eri mI. be 'I la'i:i;ts. ot Junction (.'it v. Mrs Ph. Ill . a tol t'v ncr doctors ic had con s:iuipii.-n and that there w;w nohupel"r her, but two bottlisof Dr. King's New Dwoverv completely Hired her and he ay it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Fgge r, i3'. Florida street. San Francisco, sulU-red from a dread lul cohl, approaching consumption, tried without result t-vervthing ele then bought one l-ttlle of Dr. King's New Diseoverv and in two weeks was cured. He is naturallv thankful. It is such results, of which there are samples, that prove the wonderful efiii ai v of this medicine in coughs and colds. Fn'e trial littles at K. Blacknall : Son's .hug itore. Regular e (k: and 1 " f DEBT STATEMENT I83UED. Statistical Figures. in all Treasury Matters at the C loe of Iiuines June 30th. Washington'., July 4. The debt state ment issued yesterday afternoon shows a net increase in the public debt les; cash in the treasury during June oi S'-ol,15'. The interest-bearing debt in creased S0: The r.on-interest-bearino debt decreased Sl.'O."). and the cash in the treasury decrease S-0'j.:'jO. The balances of the several classes oi debt at the close of business. June Sutb were: Interest-bearing-debt 5036. U4J,-s-'JO. Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity S1,05L'40. Debt bearing no interest $3sO,004. Total l,ulo, s,'j;,:i0, The certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of cash in the treasury outstanding at the end of the month were $ol5,:".r-0 a de crease of .?o,77-,!.5-J.". The total cash in the treasury was S774,"3S,"J0.. The gold reserve was $M. 73, 0!4. Net cash bal ance 71 1,41 In the month there was a decrease iu gol i coin and bars oi SU'i,v 0,.'.S3. the total at the close being $13 1.17. 133. Of silver there was an in crease of SL1U3.7;1. of the surplus there w as in national banks SI 7.39."), 203, atrainst 81(..,.i:;'..3'.'u at the end of the previous mouth. The treasury gold reserve was drawn n slightly yesterday at New York for export today, $3"0.U0O being engaged. The banks paid in SI 00.000, leaving a net loss for the day of Si.r0,000 and making the gold reserve stand at 04, c'3.0J4. In official circles here the opinion is expressed that the western strikes have had the effect of stiffening up the exchange, which last week had a downward tendency and accounts for todav's withdrawal of gold. DON ALONZO COULDN'T WIN. Kxeiting Race on the Sheepshead l!ay Track Hot ween "Don" and Sport. Smkkcshkao Pay, Rack Tkack, July I -Though there was but one stake race on yesterday's program, fully S,00U persons were on the grounds here to enjoy the days sport. Aside from the stake race, the leading feature of the day was the hotly contested race be tween Sport and Don Alonzo, the third event of the card. When the signal had been given, Don Alonzo was in front but soon gave away to Stonaway, who led to the back stretch. At the turn, Sport, lasped to the throat latch by "Don'" drew away from the others and the pair raced like a team the rest of the way, but Sport outstayed his rival and won by a short head. In the race for the June stakes. Paladin Hash ed in front for a short distance, when Commoner assumed and retained it to the stretch. At this point, the Bluffer made a spurt, took a commanding lead and managed, under severe pressure, to stave off a terrific rush by Manches ter, finally winning by a neck. The surprise of the day was the first race, which was won by Libertine, a 15 to 1 shot. First race--for three year olds and upward, which have run and not won at this meeting-; futurity course. Libertine, 103, Macklin, 15 to 1, won, with Kingston second and Annie Bish op third. Time 1:1 1 1-5. BROWN WILL NOT RESIGN. The Keport That the Governor of Maryland Would KeliiOuish Orliee is Denied. Philadelphia, July 4. A report was current here yesterday that Governor Brown of Maryland, who was recently elected president of the Baltimore trac tion company, had decided to relinquish that office, owing-to dissatisfaction with the financial condition of the company. The rumor gained circulation in finan cial circles, and was responsible for a rather sharp decline in the stock of the concern. In order to learn if there was any foundation for the story, Sidnev F. Tyler, president of the Fourth street 'National Bank, who is largely inter ested in the Baltimore traction com pany, held a long conversation by tele phone with Governor Brown and was told by the latter that the report was without foundation. The governor said that he was more than satisfied with the financial condition of the company, and, tomorrow would issue a statement of its t-armngs. ABDUCTED A YOUNG GIRL. i'hnt i the Charge Against Edward D. Grnmpattiiier in New York. Xkw Yoi:k. July 4. Edward D. GrampaUiner, 2t years old, a well dressed young man, was arraigned in the Harlem court yesterday on a charge of abduction. He was remanded to await the arrival of officers from Leavenworth. Kansas. ( lose secrecy was maintained by the police and court attaehesregarding the case. GrampaUiner himself would say nothing. It was learned that the young man, who was a druggist of Lc-averT-worth. left the city some time in Ma3'. A few days latter the 1 4-year old daugh ter of a next door neighbor departed for parts unknown. The couple was traced to Topeka and from there to St. Louis. A week ago they were heard from in Chicago. Then the clew was found again and they were found in New York todav. FLEEING FROM THE MOB. Italion Workmen in France Routed l,y A ii jjry Natives. Pakis. July 4. Several hundred na tives made a demonstration in the Choisy-Le-IIoi suburbs yesterday against the Italians working in the railroad stations. Most of the Italians had already left the stations. Those who were still at work, tied on hearing the mob advancing. Some decided to hold their ground, and to fight if neces sary. Before a blow could be struck the police interfered and prevented a l'ou tliet. The National Kditorial Convention. A-r.rnv Pahk, N. J.. July 4. The tenth annual convention of the Nation al Editorial Association convened in this city yesterday. A large number were present. Delegates from ull over the count. -j- are arriving bv every train. They have not settled "down to business vet. I he Vanderhilt Hoads Tied Cp. Ci.kvkland. (., July 4. President Debs has ordered the Yanderbilt roads, .ue Lake Shore and the Big Four tied,' lXJTOOD'S Sarsaparilla ii carefully prepared by vxperienced pharmacists 'from Sarsa parilla, Dandelion, Man drake, Dock-Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries, and other veil known vegetable remedies. The Combination, Pro- ! portion and Process are PecuSar to Hood's Sarsaparilla, giving it strength and curative power Peculiar to Itself, not pos sessed by other medicines. Hood's parilla Cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pimples and all other affections caused by impure blood ; Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Com plaints. It is Not What we Say, but what Hood's Sarsapa,riXla Does, that Tells the Story Hood's Sarsaparilla URES Hood's Pills are gentle, mild and effective. food too Crrich!' Bbrr ciidre) zxnd dii' c ate persons, ti af: 1 1 is u n K e a I tlj for- Verj b odj Utat i t tkrtds: to dyspepsia ?yc . S4C orvg as fhzz tiincjs must e . so, but the YW HORTtiiNZr - is better than lard For dill CoGinc Jurf)0ses J$ has none, of fie evM effects of lard. v'are.'K Made onlv by N. K. FAIRBANK & CGi, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. Read what the President of the famous Black well's Durham To'uacco says and believes of The Frmitihlf Life V Mr. W. J. Koddkv, Itock Hill, S. lhar Sir: When the settlement of my pol icy for $50,000 in the Equitable wan firs! made. I expressed some dissatisfaction at tbe out come, hut since I have had more time to loofc into the matter, I am persuaded tluU E have had cheap insurance. I have always regarded the Kquitable as one tjf the strongest insurance companies in this country, and am rarryiiifi at present a policy for $J5,0(H on my wife and one forsr.o.oooon my own life, and have had these policies in force tor more than 10 y tirs. "i'ours, very truly, J. : r. vxnn. Everyone should look int- 3 life in surance ; should compare it with other investments ; shoul 1 study it in connection with their o wn condi tion in life. Let us send you some facts and figures. W.J. RODDEY, ma Abtft. Zjtijartmtntof Carolina!, Hoc k Hill, S. V. new fi:r GrO 0?0 J. Br Proctor and H, . lis J Ijea in need of anything in P Kooin louldititr ir Kepairinjf is ing ot any kiim. We offer our city andsurrfHjri.linK countrva dertakers an.i Erubalmers. Wt receiving the largest and most Collins, Caskets and kobes eve market. .wtiioh we oiler very J tention piven u all calls dav ham Furniture. CVfs old stand, twiwn Itawis and Yearby. t tUrc Fr -.Tn'S. ri nj-hoiitei--strviM l o the i lrctieai I'n have and are complete ln.c of roStrol on This -w. peeini at- ciT Tllgiit. IUI- Jtfain street, i;- The Daily Globe Is Avorth a do! Ji month, b ut yo!i get it fo r fifty cents.fc JtV cheaper than btayL'ig-twenty-five c xnt goods 00 4 I 1 M at a' a advanced price. J for Infants Cast or i a is so well adapted to children that I reeonimend it as superior to any prescription 1 nown to me." II. A. Archer, M. P., Ill So. Oxford St., I.rooklyu, Y. "The use of 'Castoria is so universal and i:s merits 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." Carlos Mautyn, 1. !., New York City. The I'entai u STYLE IN THE SPRING ! WE HAVE EVERYTHING NEW IN FINE CLOTHING! Gei?t55 FiFi7i&l?ii?g Goods NECKWEAR IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES AND SHAPES ! THE FINEST EVER SHOWN. We have the latest in Hats stiff, soft and straws. You are invited to sec them. Negligee and White Shirts in great variety. t Successor to W. 100 W. Main Street, jr. H. PEERING BINDERS and REAPERS rr r at at j lie -Levv iuui jiig luuvver knocks out all competitors for Simplicity, Strength and Liirhtness of Draught. Ex amine these goods before you purclvase. Liine9 Plaster Cemeiit and Hair! Poultry Netting, Screen Wire Cloth, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Oil "Stoves, Etc. Builders' Hardware of all kinds at LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE E XP'.CUTOH'S NOTICE : Thi.sistom-e no tice that the undersLpned Laa duly ouaii tip; according to law m the executor to t he last will and testament ot the. late Mrs. Mi nerva Fowler, and all iM'rso-as indebtel to said estate are requested to- make prompt paymen, and all persons bavin ?elairns against said estate must present the same to ihe un dersigned for payment on or before the 'M daj of June lsM or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. This the 2d iayof .June I8t4. JOHN K. PliOCTOK. Executor of Mrs. Minerva Fowler. j-jissolutiox : The partnership heretofore existinK between H. 15. Jtoone and Junius Parker, under the name of Boone 6c Parker, is this day dissolved tjy mutual consent. H. It. BOONE. JCNIUS PAKKEH. June S. QAI TION : A.11 persons are cautioned atrainst purchas fjvg Telephone Instruinents're'iiiirinj? Battery l'orrfi'jeir operation, or usinir instruments of this ceseript ion except under license ot the Arnerlcan Bell Telephone Company, cf Bos ton. Mas. This oidpany owns letters-patent No. 4H3.-graxt-d to Emile Berliner, November 17, lfld, for.i combined telegraph and telephone, and controls R-tters-jJatent No. 474.2:jl, granted to Tncma A. Edison. May 3, lS'.n.'. lor a sfx-aks in? telejeriph, which patents cover funda mental is ventions and embrace all forms of rnicrophrie cransrnitters and of carbon tele phones. DM INITIATOR'S NOTICE! A Having this day qualified as administrator of the estate of Luther H. Tilley. deceased. I k-i-f.V.i- nntifv ull tx-rsnn inilf.hO'il tn K:liil f'ft- lajfte Ui make immediate payment to me, and ail persons having claims againt sain estate vfreeent them to me duly verified on or be 1 W the Hrt.h day of June, 15. or th 3 notice H lli l-f?jil'jad in bar thereof. This June 19. lm. ' J. L. CA H KINGTON, Administrator. and Children. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcea, Kruetation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and prom..t.-s , i pest ion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I have nvoiiiiii.ri,!,-1 your 'Castoria,' and shall always eontiuu,- ; do so as it has invariably produced 1 results." Edwin F. Pardkk, M. I., lXth Street and Tth Ave., New York Company, 77 Mcrbay Stkkkt, New York City. AND -o- -o- A. SLATER & CO., - - - Durham, X. C. Manager. Are the goods for you to huy if you need anything in that line. They are Practical Two-Horse Machines, and can be carried from point to point by simply folding. 4? JOT ICE. ! All iK'rsons indebted t the intate d '! ' , Duke, either by account or note, are - " notified to call at our office and pay tb amount they owe, or make Home fati-die T, r) arrantfernent in regard to wune, on n 1" the Hist day of July next, otherwise tt.-"-claims will be jdaced in th- hundn of oi.i d tornejr lor collection. V. HALLAim J. F. WILY. Trustees of M. I. buWf. M OUTOAOK SALE ! Bj virtue of authority eotitairnd in a ui"ft-gag- deed executed to the uiidcrHijrned by Ai fred Dunnegan arid (Charity Dunnegai;. l'-'s wife, of thetate of North Carolina and n j!.t) of Durham, I will offer lor sale to the bi, ot st bidder at the court house door in Durham hi! that lot of land lying arl U-ing in Durrc County, Mateol North Carolina, adjoirij.f fHj lands of the Shepherd hoiis and others, ap containing one acre, m? re or let--. For a I'll; description of the fame see Ixxik So. 1" rtortgaies. pages ll Jand HI in the regit'-r '' deeds office at Durham. N C. Thin .id ) 1-!1. P. P. O BKIANT, MoitgaK1' CifAiti.r.s E. Ti-rnek. Attorney. PEOPLE'S PENNY PLACE One Cent a 'Word a Day. T0 LOAN- On gfKxl and approved h .-unt) J 4M. Apply to . F. TOMLIN"' 17OK SA LE A wire htapling mac h i n : tfc very thinic lor a small job printing ,nl-' is brand new, having been ued but iiL month; ill Ix; sold low for ca!h. Ad rt8 The Globe, Durham. N. C. 7 ANTED An energetic ladyor roan to take orders in Durham 1' u household article of great merit : t? to, 1 daj' easily made. Address S. BOtiASSr. Kaleih. WAN'lED A boF to do erranda arounJ house and sUbles. Gool references quired. Apply between the hours ol J-Itt" tomorrow at 'Jfii Main street.