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1 T'l ihe Surham gailj lobe. JOHN WILBEB JENKINS. - - Editor ffT D. WILLABD. JR., Business Manager. , ; -' . ' " o'a.M i tnihliahed every day (Sunday excepted) aad delivered by.carrler at 6.00 a m.nini roil year, or 60 cent a montn. i. onrhout North Carolina- TM Weekly Globe IB a large eight-page paper, containing all the newi, ana wuv j mall at tLM 7r ln advance. Office Corner Main and Church str&eU. lrVvijw olaninn. No. 78. U iAJiiBi fc.--- ..,,1 AU advertisement and notice continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Darbam N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe Is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham. N. C as mail matter as the secona cias DUUUAM, N. C. MONDAY. JULY 9, 1894 This Date In History July 9. 4M B. C B<le of Thermopylae; Leonldaa and hl 300 Spartans alaln. 1380 Battle of fc&mpach; Arnold von Winkel rUd "made way for liberty" and secured th Independence of Switzerland. 1T06 Pierre Lemolne. 81eur d'Iberville, fonnd- - r of Louisiana, died in Cuba; born 106L 174A-Philip V of Spain died; born 1683. lTaS-BradAck'i defeat. 1777 Henry Hallam. author of the noted hls- - tory of the middle aires, born; died 1859. 17V7 Edmund Burke, the British orator, states man and philanthropist, died; born in Dub lin about 1730. 1S43 Washington Allston, painter, died at Cambridge, Mass.; born in South Carolina i1I5Lw.t.vw fifth nrfifiidenL died In Afflu- hnrn 17fti 1860 Frightful outrages in Syria by Moham- m a "II. l a i I at Damaeus and about $6,ooo,oou worth of their property destroyed. 1871 Dr. Alexander Keith Johnstone, F. It. 8., eminent British geographer, died; born 1795. 1890 General Clinton B. Fisk, eminent soldier. Methodist and former Prohibition candi date for president, died in New York; born The Globe will hereafter be at home tO its friends in .. . -i -i its new quarters on Church Street, JUSt Off Main. Its patrons and readers are in- x vited to call, the law must he upheld. If License is to defV Law. then - y j Government exists no longer. For Law is Government in execution. Whatever may be said ol the points at issue in the present exten sive strike, the acts of lawlessness committed by Chicago mobs cannot be justified. A man has a perfect right to pro tect himself, and to do whatever is necessary to uphold his ricrhts. But whftn hft trasnassfts unon the ricrhts Of another man, he Oversteps the g t - -0 . limit. It must be admitted that there is no strict line marking out one mans nsnis irom anoiner s. ine line is delicate and difficult to de termine. But there must be a limit. For the actions of every man must of necessity be limited by the rights of other men. President Debs and the members Ol the American Kail way Union tio not justify the lawless acts of the mob. Thev disclaim the mob and sav thev have no nart in it. - - I ii is almost lmpossioie to stir up iuu passions oi men aim prevent z 1 i lawle33 deeds of violence. They are incidents of every great struggle that his ever known. But these in- Cidentado not soMlo thP nrinoinW 11 involved and in no wise improve the . . aittlatlUlI lnis destruction oi property by ax6 and torch, this wanton Vandalism that has reigned in Chicago for the a3 nast few Java cannot bo iustilip.l nnd to r i i i i .1 jhouuuhu ; 1 ii or l fi no f-1 rti V I . The law must be upheld and its violators punished whether they are tough? and hoodlums, members of the American Railway Union oinf . w. the General Managers' Association. Whot'cood does it do either Mp 1 10 can xn os an egousucai ass, seeking a nine notoriety, or to call ruilman . ' . . an mlanious old devil who turns a deaf ear to every anneal of his men? Does it hpln pithPr w1p? According to the simple facts in the case President Debs is a sincere man of undoubted ability with a purpose in view, and determination and pluck enough to fight the battle to its end. His utterances have been 10 uniformly conservative, and he still .. .. ' . says all the American a way J. . Union asks is arbitration. He is firm, and cannot be the fool that some oi tne nide-bound journals make him out. Up to this time Mr. Pullman h o s ln rcnr-Al na ins plan ol tne th "model city" of Pullman has been exhibited . at various expositions ol 'ment to look into the care (?) taken of its the world, fttid he and his company have been held up as models of fair ness toward employes. Before the public judge between these two sides of the question it will be well to read the formal statements of both par ties, each presenting his side of the case. .Newspapers nequeuiry gaiuic f-vprv utterance and distort every character to suit their own purposes And they are not unerring guides The North Carolina correspondent ofthe Atlanta Journal who writes - rr , . . j occasionally irom taanuue uuuci the initials "C. A. M." i3 the most i aDSuruiy sauguiuc uaou. our pleasure to uuseie m hjjo country. He writes as if there were no dissatisfaction in the state and as if the democratic party did not have a hartl. heavv fight before it. All of 7 J O which goes to show that he does not mix with the people of the state and does not know their sentiments The Globe thanks Senator Jarvis for a copy of the two speeches he has recently delivered in the Senate, one on cotton baseine and the other .i- : Tu.. l I on iue ujuuuie uaa. x uvy uic guuu reading and possess that rare merit , i I known as orevuv. A baby without eyes has been born in New York- He may be the chairman of a senatorial investi- gating committee some day. The Southern Railway Company has bought in the fcast Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia road. The Income Tax. N. Y. Evening Post. Whether we like it or not, therefore, we must admit the cold fact that the in come tax has come, and probably has come to stay. Recognized by economists as theoretically, a just and even an Ideal I tax, it has cunningly been put into a form to give it the greatest pos8ibie strength with the masses of a democratic cun'r,y - " w""0 811 nniertinns is that. manp. nv the nhairman of the Maine Democratic convention the other day, who said : 'Give me the in come ana 1 11 not quarrel about the tax. M he logical outcome of that answer is i spoliation, but democracy is not careful to be logical, and property has immense power on the defensive. WRIGIITSVILLE. North Carolina Is Not Taking Care of Her Gifts Special Correspondence to The Globe. Wrightsville, June 9 Wrightsville Sound conveys nothing in particular to the person whose e-e it meets. It is down on the coast below VV Kington - and is one of the most pleasant places one can find to spend the summer. At- lantic View ,8 situated on the sound) and ia kpnt hv r-ant. e w. Mannino- Ttms strange to see fresh green grass growing nearly down to the water's edge, and big shade trees. The house stands in a large yard with a lovely view across the sound to the billowy ocean beyond. To the left of the main building Is a large grove of young trees and, in this grove are five cottages and a big dancing pavilion. In front of the house is the big bath house nlcelv fltted UP with separate bathing compartments for ladies and gentlemen. Tl.in t i f 4 I 1 1,.U! T7 in ,D , . .. 10 cents vou can cross the sound bv rail- rnnH trina uhici.nea fi f,-m00 .u,, and enjoy a magnificent surf. This 10 cents secures a round trip ticket. This i3 no SaY. fashionable watering place, but 13 a luiei uome lle Piace wnere every- t,. a foM . naflB. . , , , The fare is excellent, and of such variety i - oa In 6m"t all tactoa Sloo f l bj iw Dun iujmi ui,a iuui vi 1 1 CI V kind is abundant and temptingly cooked The grunt of the pig fish is heard daily tnev are broug"t from the fish traps be Prepared for the table. Wrights 3 itn.utu u y iic iiaius ualiv. alsU hv mncrnitlPPnt shpll rnoil n na miloo nn(r. Cnta n Mannino- ia Ja.ar, . . trying to do something new for the pleasure of his guests, besides that he seems to be a regular "Poobah" in this 1 WW . couni y. lie 19 county superintendent of puouc instruction, chairman of the county road committee, tax lister and 1. l :j 1 ... . l"cu ues,ues ue 18 Quartermaster irpnprni nf Iho ctota Tln'j brln to mind the camn .rnnmhhpr. Kenmore, where th-. state troops were in " " camp here for three summers, is one of tne prettiest groves I ever saw. It looks likea picture with the large trees fes toomed in this long grey moss. The state camp grounds are on the other side of Wrightsville and command a splendid view of the ocean and sound Had there been any inclination on the Parl of those in charge of these grounds, te11 lhem and make them what they ought t0 be' no better sile for a camD could be foun l. Trpp? nf rrM tK u T growth could have been planted and soon would be large enough to cive shade. There is a splendid stretch for a parade ground, a pavilion for each regiment was put up and it is pitiful to see the ruin all is going to. The storms of last 4 llirnct Klam .1 ait - .Ka jtf K .a th fimhpra tA . .loien. It would be well for thP gift to the state in the shape of six large guns, before it iilakes another presenta-! tlon. They stand there on their car-' iages exposed to the weather and not even are their muzzles turned downward to preyent the rain from standing in J them. It seems a shame that the gift of the grounds and the guns should be so neglected. Misunderstood. Mra Decker waa ln the dining room trying to drive an idea into the head of the stolid Swedish waitress. Mr. Decker was in the library adjoining of the flnancial column of the evening pa- per why in thunder his stocks kept going I uuwu nunc we rent oi iuw ust seemeu to looking up. Mrs. Decker was talking in the loud and emphatic tone of voice which is popular- Jy supposed to render the English lan- guau more mteiugiDie vo ioreigners. Mr. Decker was fuming at the interrup tion to his pleasant reflections. "Oh, Anna! You have left the stopper out of the vinegar cruet again!" Mrs. Decker was heard to expostulate. l'Eh?" asked the girl stupidly. "The stopper!" shouted Mr. Decker. "Vas?" "The stopper to the vinegar bottle the stopper!" "Dis?" "Yes, that's it. Now, remember, the stopper. You mustn't leave it out again. W you do, all the vinegar will evaporate" "E-vap-o-rate! Go to waste, you know "Eh?" 11 the vinegar will e vap o rate!" reiterated Mrs. Decker, with heavy empha- sis- "V as "E-vap-o-rate! that means?" Don't you know what k4Oh, dry. up!" sang out Mr. Decker merely by way of lucid explanation. But Mrs. Decker took his remark as per sonal, and before the unpleasantness was half over he had ample opportunity to wish he had kept his mouth closed. Brooklyn Life. Best of Its Kind. A good many years ago, when church organs were regarded with much disfavor by many pious and intelligent people, it was proposed to introduce one of these dangerous inventions into a New England meeting house, one of the pillars of which was an old man of Quaker blood. He was one of the most violent oppo nents to the plan when it was first propos ed. In fact, he expressed his views so strongly that the person who was collect- ing money for the organ when it was at last decided to have it did not venture to call upon the old Quaker for any subscrip tion. He met him on the street one day, how ever, and was agreeably surprised when the old man took out a sustantial looking wallet and presented him with a most generous sum to add to his collection. "Why," stammered the young man, 'I I am greatly obliged, sir, but I hardly thought you would care to be asked to contribute." "My son," said the Quaker, with a sus picion of a twinkle in his serious eyes, 4tif thee will worship the Lord by machinery, I would like thee to have a first rate in strument. " Youth's Companion. Breaking the News. It is related that it once fell to an Atch ison man to break the news to a woman that her husband had been killed. "Do you know," he said, calling at her house, that with your light hair and pretty com plexion you would break every heart in town if you dressed as a widow?" She blushed and laughed. "And you are one," he added. Your husband was just blown to atoms down in the boiler works, but then black is so becoming to you. ' Atch- Json Globe. A Keepsake. Mr. Mokely Why. Miss Wuffineton. wean yon git such a dawg? Miss vvoffington De gem'man yoh see comm a;ong yondah gave him to me to re member him by. Truth. Wanted to lie In It. Dick Hicks Sometimes 1 wish I was an elephant or a giraffe. Mrs. Hicks Why do you wish that? Dick Hicks So I could go to the circus every day. New York World. False. 'Speaking of Miss de Flash, what glori ous hair she has!" "That's not connected with the subject At all." Detroit Tribune. Four lllg Successes. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's ew Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed Electric Bit ters, the great remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Bucklens Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which area perfect pill All these claimed for them and the dealer whoa nnmo I tuaiauiccu lj UU IUSI Wnai IS I is attached herewith will be lad tn tll more of them. r f. , , . . I oldat K. BLicknall A Son s ' I drug store, In Four Weeks. ieivw. ley, treasurer Durham, N. C, J Received from J. W. Beaslev Southern Sick and Accident Benefit Asso ciation of Norfolk, Va., twenty-eiht dol lars in full of claim for four weeks' disa bility. Elizabeth High. Try Campbell's Ilorse Foot Remeriv. I I he greatest thinj? on the earth for the feet of horses. Used by all the prom nent veterinary sureeons in the countrv. Call on Sneed & Thomas for a valuable treatise on the diseases of horses' feet. : : : t or colic.scour, sprains, bruises, snavin. swellings and all diseases of horses and cattle lohnenn' Mao-npnV m cau.e jonnson s Magnetic nil, horse uiauu, kucs cxceiieni sausiacuon. Sl.lKJ size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts W M I V..rhr y' m'l That Tired Feeling So common at this season, is a serious condition, liable to lead to disastrous results. It is a sure sign of declining health tone, and that the blood is im poverished and impure. The best and most successful remedy is found in HOOD'S Sarsaparilla Which makes rich, healthy blood, and thus gives strength to the nerves, elas ticity to the muscles, vigor to the brain and health to the whole body, la truth, Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes the Weak Strong Be sure to get Hood's and only Hood's Hood's Pills ar purely vegetable, per fectly harmless, always reliable and beneficial. gooa bread y pife- sTtct bastW, -but ftfs fbmcfiVfs delicate. To coor; but was iT're.d and sicoftjc. he. bought Coitolenzj fffhfo more th art e.Ver be cause rie rTtad be-tfer foocanc he could Qstit Yfihoui hjt urtjbleajanl" after effect. Hoys kwfns found Tria BS"L and nost healthful short Ckk ever mde Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. The Results From Life Insurance are more satisfactory for the amounts expended than any other form of investment. For example, read the following letter from a holder of a Tontine Policy in the Equitable Life Dubham, N. C, April 5, 1894. Mr. V. J. Roddey, Manager, Rock Hill, S. C. Dear Sir .- As bolder of maturing Tontine Policy No. 215,008. in the Equitable Life Assur ance Society, I beg to express my srratificatioi at tne settlement offered. The settlement is liberal and I feel that I owe it to the company to express my gratification at the results at- lainea. ery truly yours, A". J. TOMLINSON. The Tontine policy represents the highest degree of perfection in life insurance. It you would know how much benefit there is in it for you send us your age and we will send you some interesting figures. W.J. RODDEY, Manager, Department of Carolina, ROCK HILL, S. C. NEW FIRM GO TO J. R. Proctor and H. C. Lee When in need of anvthinu in Pint SSS Sntl VSSSSSrviiSa. der takers and Embalmfrs. We have and n Clly and SUrrOUndinGT COUntrv fl Prapfil TTn 1?U ine largest and most complete line of market, which we offer very lo tent ion given to all calls day c -Jinns. asKets ana KoDes evtr offered nn thia w. Special at day or niht. Far- thing building. Main street Mechanics anil Investors Union, ' Of Raleigh, N. C, Have organized a branch of their business in uurnam. inev offer a first-c ass sarin sm hn nt where monthly payments or deposits arppom- loaned on real estate' securitv in Durham. For IU. Dr PartlSu areappiyto Mr. Leo D. Heartt ST. c.GeW General Manager, Raleigh, Tin vha m Qfoom Tirrrx W-Uo, ! h"1"1 wuoam j-rjc if uiw . Dyeing and Cleaning of all kinds executed in tne best style risrht at home. Whv send FOUr wi"k to other plices when you can have i don better, quicker and cheaper here? Call around and see samples of ourwork. Leave your garments at Ureen Bros.' store on Main 8treet aQ1 the7 w be attended to. J.W.FITZGERALD. a "I . - " for Infants ' Castorla Is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." XL A. Aschkh, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of Castoria is so universal and its 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 JIxbttw, D. D., New York City. Thk Ckntacr STYLE IN THE SPRING ! WE HAVE EVERYTHING NEW IN NE CLOTHING I F AND Ge?ts5 Ftiri?il?ii7g Goods. NECKWEAR IN ALL THE THE FINEST We have the latest in Hats are invited to see them. Negligee and White Shirts in great variety. Successor to W. 100 W. Main Street, J. H. DEERING BINDERS and REAPERS The New Deering Mower knocks out all competitors for Simplicity, Strength and Lightness of Draught. Ex amine these goods before you purchase. Lime, Plaster, Cement and Hair! Poultry Netting, Ice Cream Freezers. Water Coolers, Oil Stoves, Etc. Builders' LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOKE, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE !-This Jstojiive no- tice that tbe undersigned has duly quaii - tied according to Jaw as the executor to the last will and testament ol the late Mra. Mi - nerva Fowler, and all persons indebtt:! to said estate are requested to make prompt Daymen, and all persons bavinKclaims against said estate must present the same ' Mi un- dersigned for payment on or before O -d day oi june isvo or idis nonce win ue pieaaeu m oar oi their recovery, lnistne zi lay or June 1894. JOHN K.FKUCTOH. Executor of Mis. Minerva Fowler. D ISSOLUTION : The partnership heretofore existing between R. II. liocne and Junius Farker. under the mtttual name of Boone Sc Parker, is thia day dissolved R. B. BO(JNE. JUNIUS PARKER. June 25. 184. C AUTION ! All persons are cautioned against purchas ing Telephone Instruments requiring Battery for their operation, or using instruments of this description except under license of the American Bell Telephone Company, of Bos ton, Mass. This company owns letters-patent Ko. 483. R69, granted to Emile Berliner, November 17, 1891, for a combined telegraph and telephone, and controls letters-patent No. 474.231, granted to Thomas A. Edison. May 3, l&rj. for a speaks Ing telegraph, which patents cover funda mental inventions and embrace all forms of microphone transmitters and of carbon teles phones. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! Having this day qualified as administrator of the estate of Luther H. Tilley. deceased. I hereby notify all persons indebted to said es aate to make immediate piyment to me, and all persons having claims against said estate to present them to me duly verified on or be fore the 19th day of June, 181-ft, or this notice will be plead in bar thereof. This June 19. 1894. J. L.CARRINGTON, - Administrator. 6 and Children. Ca.torI cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, J?' giVeS d Prom, gestlon, 1 Without injurious medication. For several years I have reeomm!, , your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue t , do so aa it has invariably produced Wnt-fu results." Edwdc F. Pardik, M. I)., 126th Street and 7th Ave., New York t'iti Company, 77 Mu&rat Stritt, New Y ORX. ClTT. LATEST SHADES AND SHAPES ! EVER SHOWN. stiff, soft and straws. Y ou A. SLATER & CO., - - - Durham, IV. C. Manager. Are the goods for you to buy if you need anything in that line. They are Practical Two-Horse Machines, and can be carried from point to point by simply folding. Screen Wire Cloth, Hardware of all kinds at I NOTICE. ! 1 i ' All persons indebted to the pfaf- "f '5- , Duke, either by account or note, me L-rttf notified to trail at our office aul I'hT tee amount tbev owe. or make some Hat iUft'ry ' arrangement in retard to game, on r Un th ritt day of July next. oth-rwi fb j claims will be placed in the hands f "ur Mt' torney lor collection. J. F. WILL Trustees of U. I-J'"-. M OKTOAGE SALR ! Hy virtue of authority coutaiiu'l in EU'1, gage deed executed to the und'-rs j-'nt"! Mr fred Dnnnegan and Charity Uunuerfan. wife, of the tate of North Carolina and i ounvj of Durham, I will offer for sale to the bwo that lot of laud lying and beiDK i" uu"7m County, btateof North Carolina, adjoining uiuuer bi tue vuuit nuue uwr iu h. lauua ui iue oueuutru utno ouu ,,,'r r.r,.., i-i , . ...... ii..u V or a n ,4 ,. i i i i ; r.t hf nt. description of the same see Uxk t of mortgages, pages 143 and 144 in the r?- y deeds' oifice 5 at Durham, N v. ,iU10':' 1894. P. P. O BKIANT. Mortal" Charles E. Tchhek. Attorney. D ividend: iii iy un Monday, tne vin uaj ui . u., . to t be creditors of H. L. Duke, pretirr fifth class of his deed of trut. a ividena w per cent on presentation of tb- cuim office. v y.AiViv Trustees or H. L- Uuj, PEOPLE'S PENNY PLACE One Cent m Word a Day. TU LOAN-Ongocxl and appr;y-' uS J t40UO. Apply to S. t IOMLI ..i-ur:ty T70K SALE A wire stapling v-nM r a small job priDtici o-jg la braud new, having been Vtj)rH month; will be sold low for cab- Aa The Globe, Durham, N. C. Ufea in 1 iiM .