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JOHN WILIiKK JENKINS, - - Editor. W. H. WILLARD, JR.. Business Manager. the presidency of Trinity college. The Vigilant may be amusing The institution would no doubt have s Wales, but it's pretty tough on we I Amprinanfl. prospered under his administration and he would have had cordial sup nort from all the real friends of the The Globe is published every day (Sunday institution. Now the trU3tee3 HIUS excepted) and delivered by carrier at f 8.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large tight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at f 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. J aain undertake the task of choosing a head for the institution. It is to be hoped that they will walk in the paths of wisdom and will not be mis led into narrowness in the choice o . . - l 1 TkT All advertisements and notice continued a president. A man Of liberal dill until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, nation, of broad views, in touch with the times is the man needed for the nlace. Much betrer it will be to X spend more time hunting for such a a twVvo TnDriMTirWT onc, than to hastily cnoose a man of iiUVViiJLO llUlUlJJii , fr-.ir.inrr nf failnro in this nar- The Globe is entered at the po6toffice, Dur ! ticular field, of narrow views and ham. N. C. as mail matter as the second class, hemmed-in by prejudice. The college had better iro without a president DURHAM, N. V. than to have such a man at its head, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1804 FRANK LESLIE'S POri'LAK MONTHLY. "Koad Coaching is pre-eminently This Date In History July 14, the sport of millionaires ; and few of 1223-phiiip Augustus, king of France and their many sports are better worth companion of Richard Ceur de Lion in the crusades, died. encouragement, " writes Martha Mc- "wn-ILvdSwL1" FrC'nCh tate6man' Culloch Williams, in a splendidly i:w-Tho populace of i 'am stormed and cap- illustrated paper on "Road Coach- ttired the Bastille. . . . ,-,., 1 i Ihl8-Natlianil Lyon, soldier, born in Ashford, ing in America, Which 13 the lcal- orm.; killed at Wilson's Creek, Missouri, Qg artjde jn Fmnk Leslje's Popular lK-JervlsMcF.iitep, American landscape art- Monthly for AuUSt. Besides this ist, born at iiondout, N. V.; di.-d then; 1891. J , iw5o-i'rofes.sor johann August Wiii.eim Xeau- seasonable contribution, there are, Sfd. hi't0- amongst the pictorially embellished 1K The Crystal Palace exhibition oiened in f"catures this number, "Silver,'1 bv New York city. . ' " 1870 Disastrous ex plo.-don on tlie British iron- clad Thunderer at Portsmouth: nearly JUU erhons killed or injured. H0O The famous silver hill, authorizing the government to buy 4.500,M) ouncf of each month, hoc a me a law. Robert W. Sloan: ''Closing scones of the French Revolution," by J. Chcret and his by Robert II. Jordan ; Parisan Sherard "Jules Posters, "Isle of the Dead," by Ed- The GLOBE will hereafter ward B. McDowell; "Chess and be at home to its friends in Chcss Mayers," by that eminent ex its new quarters on Church PG.II,D Gossip, accompanied Steinitz, and Mrs. Showalter; "Pict ures of Wild Orchids," by Helen M. Ingersoll; "Ealcony," by Mary V. Worstell ; and a continuation of Joseph Becker's thrilling reminis- Docs Durham want, a public buiM- Cences of a war artist, devoted this street, just off Main. Its patrons and readers are in vited to call. THAT PUBLIC BULDING. President Debs is said to be mad. What's the matter with him ? The Hope Mills Chronicle is new North Carolina paper. The Xews-Observer-Chronicle to be sold Monday next. a is The Magic Touch OF Hood's Sarsaparilla You smile at the idea? But if you are a sufferer from Dyspepsia Arid Indigestion, try a bottle, and be fore yon have taken half a dozen doses, you will involuntarily think, and no doubt exclaim, AN EVENING VERSE. -That Just Hits It!" A Purpose In Pain. Thfre is a purpose in pain. Otherwise it were devilish. 1 trust in my soul That the great master hand which sweeps o'er the whole Of this deep harp of life, if at moments it stretch To shrill tension some one wailing nerve, means to fetch Its response the truest, most stringent and smart, y Its pathos frhe purest, from out the wrung heart. Whose faculties, placid it may be, if les Sharply stung, sharply smitten, had failed to express Just the one note the great final harmony needs, And what best proves there's life in a heart?- that it bleeds! Grant a cause to remove, grant an end to attain, Grant both to be just, and what mercy in pain! Cease the sin with the sorrow: ec morning begin! Pain must burn itseif out if not fueled by sin. There is hope in yon bright hilltops stud love in yon light. Let hate and despondent y die. with the night! Owen Meredith. "That soothing effect is a magic touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs, invigorates the liver, creates a natural, healthy desire for food, gives refreshing sleep, and in short, raises the health tone of the entire system. Remember oodl Sarsaparilla Cures Hood's PHls cure liver Ills, constipation. liliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion juL for Infants and Children. LrM Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." IL A. Akcher, 3L D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of 'Castoria Li 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." Carix Makttn, D. D., New York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes ,;r gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommend-, j your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue : ( do so as it has invariably produced uem-fu-iLl results." Edwin F. Pardee, M. I)., 125th Street and 7th Ave,, New York vt The Centacr Company, 77 Murray Street, New York. City FOR THE LADIES. N'0T SOFTENED BY TIME. Fashion's Enormities of Forty Years Ago Seem Even "Worse Now. We know that fashion changes from year to year, and that her freaks are often Unmarked by wisdom and good taste, but we do not fully appreciate the enormities she commits until time has rendered them obsolete. A glance at the fashion plates in magazines of 40 years ago provokea boundless wonder as to how men and women ever consented to make such ab surd spectacles of themselves. Consump tive frentlemen, with sloping shoulders and wasplike waists the latter accentu ated by a style of coat with a full basque gathered on to what women would call a plain bodice ogle ladies who wear the fullest part of a full skirt in front and stand in poses that would drive a physical culturist to despair. If the woman of two generations ago really carried her chest and shoulders so far in the rear of her RE J(rowrv. . ing month to "Fort Fisher and Wil- Thero is an excellent t vi 1 1 1 rr f rri ' ' O110 would hnrillv think so wlinn lm e variety of short stories by Charles sees the indillerence of the popula- D. Lanier, J. H. Walworth, W. de tion toward any movement for such Wagstaffe, Champion Bissel, and Violet Eytinge Mitchell ; and poems an improvement. If Durham wants a public building and really intends to have it, she cannot sit down in silence and get it. Maledictions of persons who have not done their duty in the past will not brim: the building one hour by Ellen Thornycroft Fowler, Clara Dargan McLean, Edward A. U. Val entine, Chapman Alderson, Amy Elizabeth Leigh, and others. Col. J. S. Carr some days ago sent a check for $50 to the mayor of Ral eigh as a contribution to the fund to buy a present for the new United nearer. What lias been done in the suites cruiser namea alter tne capi- past will not 1.01.1 ruo1 now. The al Anent faot- the ing Press says: Let some of our only thing that will amount to a eon- well-to-do citizens follow in the lead tincntal is the determined, united of Col. .1. S. Carr, of Durham, and work of the present. authorize the mayor to draw for a reasonable sum towards the gift for And the work cannot be long de- the cruiser 'Raleigh.' It would be layed. in accordance with the fitness of Durham has everv argument to tnll?s oiler in lavor of tho appropriation. Twenty-five names have now been Her postal receipts, her payment of secured for the society for the pre vention of cruelty to animals. Doubt less many more will join as soon as the society is organized. Some de lay has been met with in getting the necessary papers for the organiza tion. But the society is not far away. internal revenues are large enough to ent itle her to a government building She is an important railroad centre and a town of no small population, as these things go in North Carolina If all the facts in the ease were laid before congress we would soon fills fo want, Wherv once. u.sec sA good cooKs coKtvue "to use Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. The Oxford Public Ledger says that the claims of A. H. A. Williams have the public building, but if we are excellent for the seat in congress are to sit still and leave eomrrcss- from this dtrict held by Thomas Settle. If recollection does men to tmd out these thimrs lor i , I "ui wii us hub quesuuii lias UL'tJii themselves, a government huildirur settled about three times and has been decided iu favor of Settle each time. Accord ins? to the record Mr. A number ot representative men Williams' chances for the seat are of Durham should go in a body to decidedly blue. Washington and demand an appro priation for a hi.MV. will never stand in the city. government, building glorious union If all the facts were piesented to ongress and a formal demand of an appropriation made in person In prominent citizens ol the town con gress would consider the matter and the appropriation would more than likely be made. Hut if Durham people are to sit down in the summer stillness and expect a government building to be brought them without their stir, they are in the wrong pew. Welcome, Ttah, to this grand and ! Welcome, with all your wives and multitudinous progeny ! You come in just too late to be under the rule of the esteemed Czir Debs Erastus Wiman has secured another stay. A New York judge has given a certificate of reasonable dougt and 'Raslus will now probably be released on bail. Meanwhile, what is Mr. Dun going to do about it? Henry George does not approve of the part President Cleveland has taken in the strike. Grover should at once take steps to adjust things to suit Henry. 1 H INI TVS PHESIDKNT. The Globe regrets that Prof. Col lins Denny has declined to accept ' no Debs. Hawaii is now a republic. It has ' many of the features of the United States, but it has no Pullman and BLACK STRAW HAT head and the rest of her anatomy, how can anybody have the assurance to state that the girl of the present age is inferior in health to her grandmother? These early declining persons wore white stockings, too, surely the most unbecom ing casing for the feet ever adopted by a supposedly cultivated people, not except ing the white kid slipper. And such bon nets as the women appeared in beggar de scription. It may be accurately stated that the women appeared "in" the bonnet so far in that only a direct front view revealed the fact that she had a face at all. An immense scoop of straw covered neck, ears and hair and extended so far forward as to preclude any glimpse of a possible prohle. All these things were fashionable in the eyes of our immediate ancestors. Is it possible that 40 years from now our pretty things will seem equally preposter ous to our grandchildren? Our judgment is enough better than that of past times to tell us that a blank expense of straw, however fine, is less at tractive to the eye than a view of the face it shelters. It lias been many a day since the countenance was concealed by the head covering, and even our biggest hats leave the face to speak for itself. A fair exam ple of modern fashion is shown in the ac tompanying sketch. It is a hat of black rice straw trimmed with black ostrich plumes. The brim is bent and caught up at the back, and black satin ribbon forms an additional garniture. JUDIC CHQLLET. His Voucher. A certain lawyer in Lincoln county was a candidate before the people for a seat in the Georgia legislature. When asked by Judge Dooly as to his prospects in the com ing election, lie replied that he had serious fears of his defeat, as the people in that country had a strong prejudice against voting for a lawyer. "Oh," replied the judge, "if that is all, I will help y u out, for you can get a cer tificate from me at any time to the effect that you are no lawver. " Green Bag. w riemi profit by the experience of others. There is an object lesson in the following letter for those who hesitate to in vest in life insurance. Greenville, S. C, Aug. 23, 1893. Mr. W. J. Roddey, Rock Hill, S. C : Dear Sir : l our favor of the 21st, en closing new policy has been received, and I will remit premium on receipt of settlement of old policy. I am very well pleased with the results of my other policy, and in ii.it thank you for your kind attention and favors shown me. Yours truly, N. C. POE. This is but one letter of thousands that can be shown, all expressing- the same satis faction. Write and get an explanation - of the Tontine Policy of the Equitable Life, a policy that insures yon against misfortune ; protects you in old age ; provides for your family at your death. W. J. MODDEY, Manager, For the Car j! In-, l,och hii?, S. C. Social Agonies. "Ha, ha! He, he! You did make an ass of yourself! I heard Miss Brown ask you whether you liked botticelli!" "Well, where's the fun? I said I pre ferred Chianti!" "Ha, ha! That's just the joke! Botti celli isn't a wine, you juggins! Botti celli's a cheese!" London Punch. Nothing Strange. Intelligent people, who realize the im portant part the blood holds in keeping the body in a normal condition, find nothing strange in the number of dis eases that Hood's Sarsaparilla is able to cure. So many troubles result from im pure blood that the best way to treat ihem is through the blood, and it is far belter to use only harmless vegetable compounds than to dose to excess with quinine, calomel and other drugs. By treating the blood, with Hood's Sarpa rilla, scrofula, salt rheum and what are commonly called "humors;" dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, neuralgia, con sumption and other troubles that origi nate in impurities of the blood or im paired circulation, can all be cured. If you wish a buszv. Dhaeton. virtnr5 or landau, made by the celebrated man ufacturers. Tvson & Johes. C C , call on R. I. Rogers, Agent. ' See My Samples WANAMAKER & BROWN Are tne leading tailors of the country. This season they have the handsomest fabrics yet Their You can g-et tine tailor made goods from that uouse ai i ae same price as the shoddy, botrjry ready-made. I am their agent. Let me call aDd show the samples. S. H. PEACE. NEW FIRM GO 070 J, II, Proctor and H. C, Lee When in need of anything in Picture Frames ttoom Moulding or HeDairinjr and FnhnistAr. ing of any kind. We oiler our services to the city and surrounding country as Practical Un dertakers and Eoabalmers. We have and are receiving the largest and most complete line of Collins. Caskets and Kobes ever offered on this market, wttich we offer verv low. RnMAl at tention given to all calls dav or T,iht p. thins building. Main street. Your Pants Are Afrayed 'round the bottom. Pardon our noticing it, but we're frayed you don't realize how it spoils your otherwise faultless appearance. Anyway, we feel as if we really had to tell you that we've desirable Trousers as low as $2.25, and beautiful Summer Neckwear to go with them. A. FRANK, THE CLOTHIER PEERING BINDERS and REAPERS Are the goods for you to buy if vmi nopl rmvf Inner in tlmf line. They are Practical i Two-Horse Machines, and 'J can be carried from point to point by simply folding. 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, Screen Wire Cloth, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Oil Stoves, Etc. Builders' Hardware of all kinds at LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE !-This is to give no tice that the undersigned has duly quali fied according to law as the executor to the last will and testament of the late Mrs. Mi nerva Fowler, and all persons indebtel to said estate are requested to make prompt paymen, and all persons having claims against said estate must present the same to the un dersigned for payment on or belore the 2d dav of June 1895 or this notice will be pleaded in oar or their recovery, 'inistne 2d aay of June ley. juiiN k. iritou J oit. Executor of Mrs. Minerva Fowler. C AUTION All persons are cautioned against purchas ing Telephone Instruments requiring Uattery for their operation, or using instruments of this description except under license of the American Hell Telephone Company, of Bos ton, Mass. 1 his company owns letteri-patent No. 463,- 569, granted to Emile Berliner, November IT, lfcl, for a combined telegraph and telephone. and controls letters-patent IS o. 474.1231, granted to Thomas A. Edison. May 3. for a speaks ing telegraph, which patents cover funda mental inventions and embrace all forms of microphone transmitters and of carbon telej phones. M OKTGAGE SALE! A DMINISTUATOR'S NOTICE! Having this day qualified as administrator of the estate of Luther H. Tiliey, deceased. I hereby notify all persons indebted to said ea- aate to make immediate payment 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, 1SH5, or this notice will be plead in bar thereof. This June 19, lfc94. J. L. UAKKINGTON, Administrator. QHAS. E. TURNER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DURHAM, N. C. Will practice in the courts of Durham and surrounding counties. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful at tention- Office with Major Guthrie. By virtue of authority contained in a mort gage deed executed to the undersigned by Al lred Dunnegan and Charity Duuneguu. bis wife, of the Mate oi North Carolina and County of Durham, I will oiler lor sale to the hiht st bidder at the court house door in Durham. AuguKt C, 1894, it 13 OVlo-k M., all that lot of land lying and being in Durham County, State of North Carolina, adjoining the lands of the Shepherd heirs and others. aui containing one acre, mere or less. For a iulu-r description of the same see book So. l mortgages, pages 143 and lii in the register of deeds' oilice at Durham. N C. This July 1S94. p. p. O'BKIANT, Moitgag-.-. Charles E. Tcrnek, Attorney. 'J'RUSTEE'S NOTICE! Green Bros. & Co., leaving executed to ir- deed of trust for the benefit of their creditors, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said Arm to come forward and settle at once, and to persons having claims against said firm to file verified statement of their accounts in the office of the Clem of the Superior Court ol Durham county, as required by cnapwrr section 6, Acta W.ti. This July 13. 1. PEOPLE'S PEMY PLACE One Cent a Word a Day. Ti O LOAN On good an ouo. Apply to il approved secunij F. TOMLl- OR SALE A wire staVpIing machine: u.h nrlntintf om r , T701 JD very thing for a small is brand new, having b month; 411 bo sold low 1 The Globe, Durham, N. C. Job ken uea It cash. but one T70R ONE CENT A WORda VS' yoC fl I . a ... Ir ,-nlir One Cent a Word a Day.