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j . 1 if ' - r , i!I ) . 11 ? 4! . i 1st i 4! V If 5? fc1 r r If f 9 i r : aii, . . She Durham gailalobt. JOHN AVIMSER JKNKINS. - - Alitor. m wiM.AKD. JK.. KnsineM Manager. The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at f 6.JU a . wi .nt R month. The Globe circu- itoH throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at f 1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church strata. 1 1 r nor tf-lrihone. No. 76. All advert isementa and notices continued until ordered out. Address ali communications to THE GLOBE, Durham. N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Globe is entered at the postoffice, Dur ham. N. C as mail matter as the second class DUUIIA31, C. MONDAY, .JULY 10, 1894 This Date In History July 16. 21' B. C. ('arcade.-, founder of the new academy, Greek srhool of philosophy, lorn at Cyren", Africa; died Y.l 1'. C 0-.' Ilf-fira, j-LcinriiiJti of Mohammedan era, as Mohammed on that day fled from Mecca. hiOl 1'iern Lemoii.e, Sieiir d'Iberville, found er of Louisiana, burn in Montreal; died 17JJ. 17:i't Sir Joshua Reynolds, painter, born; died ?.ri. 17'.- - I'rinoe Alexander Gortohakof, Russian diplomat, born. lb'jO Margaret Fuller, countess of Ossoli, with her husband and child, drowned oil Firo island bead;, New York; born 1810. Mrs. Glover, an Irih actress who performed over 00 years died in London; born 171. IS." --Pierre Jean do lieranyer, French poet, died; lorn 17N). IW-Mrs. Abraham Lincoln died, aged 67. ldWi Kdward C. Z. Judson, author, known as "Ned Ihintline," died at Stamford, N. Y.; Wn l't. lb'JU-General Edward .Tardine, a distinfiislied I'nion veteran, died in New York city; born 1MX Hear Admiral Karl English, U. S. 2s, retired, died in Washington; born 1833. The (Ilohe will hereafter he at home to its friends in its new quarters on Church street, just off Main. Its patrons and l eaders arc in vited to call. S E N ATOIil A I. I K I M A HI ES. A prominent politician said to The Globe a few days ao that he predicted the coming state demo cratic ron vent ion would be the larg est yet held, even rivalling the rcat convention of l.v.2. He said the peo pie were stirred up over the question of senatorial primaries and that, while this is an oil year, the people are manifesting more interest in the choice of their senators than they ever did before. He thinks that this will brinr them to the convention, as the convent ion will decide the prim ary question. Ransom's friends, as a rule, seem opposed to the primary plan of selecting United States sen ators, while the .larvis men favor the primaries. Yet there are some who want the primaries who will support Ransom and others who oppose the new departue who will vote lor .larvis. The Globe sees no reason why the democracy of the state should not have a voice in t ho choice of the two United States senators who are to be elected from North Carolina by the next legislature. The Globe sees no harm to come from the primary plan. And there are arguments in its favor. Many persons hold to a thing on account of its age and do not look at it from the standpoint of right or justice. Others grasp at every new depart ment simply because it is new and gratifies their mania lor a change. It would seem that the middle course is best . The plan of senato rial primaries has been tried in other states and has not onh given satis faction, I nit has gone beyond the ex pectation of its advocates. It new here, but lias received trial enough in other states to give it the benefit of experience. It will give the great people of the state an opportunity to express their preference for the vacant senator ships. And the democratic party must get closer to the people if it would triumph over populism or re publicanism. UV 1 , 151T VNYIEI.niSt:. One of the most striking develop ments of the past tin days has been the revelation of the hold which the spirit of nationality has secured upon the South The Debs rebellion against federal au thority anil the extreme state right atti tude assumed hy Governor Altgeld, of Illinois, have furnished a erueial test of public sentiment in that section For the first time .-ince the overthrow of se cession and the restoration of the South to the I'nion, an issue has been raised in this country which directly and pointedly involves the qustion of federal as against state authority. The response has been prompt, unanimous, and emphatic. The youth sustains the president of the Uni- . . i t ted States in Lis efforts to re estaonsn the authority of the federal government, and nowhere else in the whole country is greater readincs? shown to support Mr. Cleveland in his assertion of nation ality. So striking and so significant are the expressions of the public sentiment j through the press of that section that northern people ought to be made fa miliar with the attitude of the leading southern newspapers New York Even ing Post. While the South in this juncture ha? heartily .supported Mr. Cleveland and the government, let her not be misunderstood. IJecaue the South stand for law and order and right, she does not relinquish principles as deeply rooted as the constitution itself. The South has never believed in anything but state's rights and she l rirrtita tmlnr nsdrni. . Jy as Slie did more man U nunureo , ,. i i .ii nr,r, u-l.f.n thopnmnnnt lintwpon the Stales was IOl men. 1 President Debs eavs ail the Stri- kers who Lave really been with the American Railway Union in tl . t . i . .i.,-.. i StriKL- (tliai IP, us Uieiuufis, iuc Kuh'hts of Labor, the Brotherhood n ' . OI Hallway irucMutru aim r r ! 'I' ,.1 , . I tl.r.l Brotherhood of Railway Carmen Of i mi America; aie sun u.. iuu m stay with it to the end of the chap- . - ir.. iw. .4 -;il r..ir lei. lie mxn uic n i" tuiiuuui until their demand for arbitration is complied with. The South is fraternal, loyal and upholds government, law, order, but in doinsr this she does not give her- w a:i:.-.. -v.. tl.rt t-krdirv sUU lu iiuiiuuaiisiii kjl iw luv ijiikjj .ii Ol eeilil ail.aiiou mai iiasmdiiwi iuu structure of the republic wherever it has touched. Reports from various points 111 Ynrd, on'U'.-flt Bl.nW T b Jl t t h P U1,uuuium Strike IS broken. 1 rains are run- ning on time and the places of the n Strikers have been filled by new men. Folks were beginning to hope that Mr. Debs would let the country set tie down and resume its hair-pull ing politics. But we can't expect too much. THE SENSATION SPOILED. The Deadly ISomb Was Only Baby Kuth's Shot Gun. From The Globe Correspondent. Washington, July 14. The fact that the labor unions of the South snubbed Debs from start to finish is quoted here in favor of that section as a good place Lfor the future investment of capital. There is no truth in the rumor that the president is going to Colorado bear hunt ing when congress adjourns. He is going to Gray Gables to be with his family. The Senate did some rapid work today on the legislative appropriation bill. The House made an attack on the civil service system. The secretary of the treasury today- transmitted to the Senate a request from the attorney general for an additional appropriation of $2'2.,000 to be used in defraying the expenses of the the depart ment growing out of the recent strikes and disturbances on railroads which are in the hands of the United States courts. In his letter to the secretary of the taeas- ury, Attorney General Olney says that from reports received from the marshals, the expenses definitely ascertained as be ing already incurred are $94,102. The aggregate of amounts estimated by them is II.VJ.ImO. There was a big sensation spoiled the other night about 11 o'clock, much to the disgust of newspaper row This is how it happened. At Italian, it seems, had stolen one of Baby Ruth's toy guns from under one of the trees in the White Lot His conscience reproached him and he put the toy under his coat and carefully deposited it about 9 o'clock in the front yard of Mr Cleveland's official residence. One of the detectives sjw him Several policemen were summoned. For a while none would touch the dynamite bomb. Finally McGrath of the police force came along and after a colored boy picked it up cautiously started with it, followed by a squad of police to the station. They met a citizen who has a home full of chil dren, showed him the bomb When he" explained to them what it was and showed them how to use it The Durham District Conference. Will be held at Cedar Grove church, on the Hillsboro circuit, nine miles north of Hillsboro, commencing Wednesday, July '.V Services will begin at 11 o'clock a. m. lhe day delegates from the Durham churches are as follows: Trinity J S. Carr, P. M. Brigg?, J. H. Southgate and E. J. Parrish. Main Street T. J. Crews, Dr. X. P. Bod lie, X. P. Lea and W. J. Ramsey. Carr O. K. Proctor, J. B. Walker, Y. G Smith and W. II. Branson. A New Wrinkle. The head of a big firm of London to bacconists says that many of their lady customers have their own paper daintly staruped with monogram for use in the manufacture of the cigarettes made for them. I -i- r m. i nun i i n I ri -r- & tlN lYIIINU I C.O MU I IUIN ! run Globe Readers. AX ADOPTED BOY. "I'm not disposed to be unreasonable, Blanche," said Gilbert in a whisper as he arranged her white lace for her, "but I do think you've waltzed quite often enough with that fellow Birmingham." "Jealous?'' taunted the girl, flushed and rosy. "Of course you'll do as you plcae, Blanche, only it's a choice between Bir mingham and me. " She drew herself up haughtily. "You are beginning to dictate early, sir." "Have I not the right?" "Nothing of the sort, Mr. Evering." 'Be it so, Blanche," lie said. i-I gire up the right now and henceforward Blanche was startled. Fhe would have said more, but alter Birmingham was advancing toward her, and when next she had leisure to look round Gilbert was H"" ueh a charming dav as we have had Mrs. Traine!" said Blanche as she came and radiant up the steps 01 tue notet piazza, sinning of the vines. Hut what sent Mr. Ever- ing away in such a hurry?" l'Sfnt. him awav?" ' Yes bv the evening train. Me oame ----- homo, packed his things and drove away as if there was not a moment to lose. Blanche went slowlv up stairs and sat down by her window, looking out at the Purple glow of the evening landscape as if it were a featureless blank ''And I cannot even write to him, for I do not know his address, "she thought, with clasped hands and tearless eyes So Blanche Penrov went home from the gay summer lounging place a sadder and a wiser woman. And the November mists, drooping o'er the brick and mortar wilder ness of her New York home, had never seemed half so drearv to her as thev seem- t eu now. cho ranir tie bell with an imuatient jerk. ''One, ma'am. It came by the evening oost.'. Blanche sat down by the tiro and op-n- td tIiC l0tteI" '-Black edged and sealed and black sealed! So poor Mrs. Marchmont is gone at last!" lit wns from the pxpentnrs of Aliss I'pii r0y's distant cousin, formally and briefly announcing her death, which had taken place in one of the West India islands some montns since. "Leaving one child, a son," slowly re peated Blanche, leaning her cheek on her hand and looking down into the fiery quiver of the white hot coals. ''Poor little fellow! He must feel nearly as desolate and alone as I do ''Why should I not adopt the stray waif and make it the business of mv life to cherish and comfort him? I have no ob ject in existence. Here is one that Provi dence itself seems to point out to me." I shall never marry now, " she wrote, "and it seems to become my plainly indi cated duty to undertake the care of this or phan child of Mrs. Marchmont. With your approval, therefore, I propose to adopt him, and endeavor, as far as is in my pow er, to supply the place of his lost mother. You may deem me rather young to under take so grave and serious a responsibility, but I am very, very much older in thought and feeling than my years." Just a week subsequently a prim legal note was received from Messrs. Alias & Corpus, the deceased lady's executors, stat ing that "they saw no valid objection to Miss Penroy's very laudable projects, and that, in accordance therewith, the child of the late Mrs. Marchmont would trrive at Miss Penroy's residence on the following Saturday night." "Saturday night and this is Friday," ejaculated Blanche. "Oh, how glad I shall be! Sanderson, tell Mrs. Brown to have the blue room fitted up immediately for Master Marchmont, and you had bet ter go yourself to the depot with the car riage at 5 tomorrow afternoon to meet him." Saturday was a day of hail .Mid tem pest and softly falling snow, wid by 5 o'clock the drawing rooms were lighted and the crimson silk curtairs closely drawn to exclude the stormy darkness without. Six times within tlie last 15 minutes had Blanche Penroy looked at her watch as she stood bv the lire waiting to hear the returning carriage wheels. Oh, I hope he will like me!" thought fian.cne' un tnat instinctive yearning ijiciu l-wiiius 10 every woman s heart, as the door opened. "Here's the young gentleman, miss," said Sanderson. But instead of a child 7 or 8 vears old a tall apparition stalked in something over six feet high, with a black rmstache and merry hazel eyes brimming over with mirth. For an instant Blanche stared at hHm as if she could scarcelv credit theevi- dence of her own senses. "Gilbert!" ''Exactly. You wanted to adopt me, and here I am." "No, but Gilbert"- "Yes, but Blanche!" "You are not Mrs. Marchn.ont'a son." 'I am by her first marriage. And al though I am by no means the penniless infant you suppose, as all mv father's wealth comes to me, I am quite willing to be adopted particularly as yu are not married. "' Blanche struggled between tears and laughter, uncertain w? i could lost ex press her feelings, but Gillert Evering iiTf , , ... If you adopt me. dearest, it must ho for life. Do not hesitate. Our happiness has already been too much at the mercy of tritles. Y'ou will not retract vour offer!'" "Well, after all," said "Blanche de murely, "all I wanted was somebody to love and care for. and" "And I shall do verv well in that ca pacity, eh?" And Sanderson, who had Urn listening diligently at the door, crept down stairs to inform Mrs. Brown that -'they were go ing to have a new master." New York News. Bueklen'i Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Cham.ed hand. ChilblnJna Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale at R. Blacknall Sod. i I 0y4 4 1 fT A W t . mat 1 IlCU rcQUUZ Hood's sarsaoarma Makes trie j Weak Strong. 1 " I cheerfully announce the facU of a coursa of treatment with Hood'3 Sarsaparilla. I wa3 troubled with a dull headache and that tired feeling. I am employed by the St. Louis & San Francisco Railway and was out in all kinds of weather. I began to take flood's Sarsaparilla, and after taking six bottles I felt perfectly well and had a good appetite. Hood'u Sarsaparilla is a great blood purifier and I gladly recommend it." C. E. Tibbetts, Monett, Mr. C. E. Tibbetts. Missouri Be ure to get Hood's and only Hood's, because Hood's Sarsa parilla Cures Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable, sure. "Oh, these Advertise tuts lire me. 99 Some advertisements do have that tendency. So do some people, and some books. Nevertheless bright people understand that the adver tising columns now-a-days carry valuable information about things new and good. Such is ene The New Vegetable Shortening Common sense teaches that a pure vegetable product must be more wholesome than hog's grease. olene is part cotton seed oil and part beef suet, refined and purified by the most effective process known. It is more economical than lard for every use, and imparts a delicate, palatable flavor to food. Ask your grocer for the Genuine COTTO lenc Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. 1A suits From Life nsu ranee 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 Durham, N. C, April 5, 1394. Mr. W. J. Roddey, Manager, Rock Hill, S. C. Dear Sir . As holder of maturing Tontine Policy No. 215,008. In the Equitable Life Assur ance Society, I beg to express my eratificatioi' at the settlement offered. The settlement Is liberal and I feel that I owe it to the company to express my gratification at the results at- lameu. ery truly yours, A. J. TOMLINSON. The Tontine policy represents the highest degree of perfection in life insurance. If 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. RODDEV, Manager, Department of Carolina, ROCK HILL, S. C. . See My Samples WANAMAKER & BROWN Are the leading tailors of the country. Thin season they have the handsomest fabrics yet presemtfu. , 1 heir 8pnnK suits are now in season. You can iret tine tailor-made a-oods from that house at the same price as the shoddy, boggy ready-made. I am their asrent. Let me call and sh samples. S. H. PEACE. NEW FIRM GrO TO J. Hi Proctor and H. C. Lee When in need of anything in P?cture Frames Koora Moulding or Kenairina- and rnholster- iug of any kind. We offer our services to the city and surrounding country as Practical Un dertakers and Embalmers. We have and are receiving the largest and most complete line of Coffins. Caskets and Kobes ever offered on this market, which we offer verv low. Snial at tention given to all calls day or niffht. Far thing building, Main street. Cottol Cott I mS r o n i mi j r v v j r m for Infants " Castorla is so well adapt h1 to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription l.nown to me." II. A. Archer, M. I., 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. M Carlos Martyx, I), p., New York City. Thk Cextai-r Your Pants Are Afrayed Jround 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 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 Poultry Netting, Screen Wire Cloth, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Oil Stoves, Etc. Builders' Hardware of all kinds at LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE, T? XECUTOU'S NOTICE '. This is to give no- tice that the undersigned has duly ouaii- fled accord inK to law as the executor to the last will and testament of the Jate Mm. Mi- nerva Fowler, and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt pay men, and all persons bavin? claims against said estate must present the same to the un dersigned for payment on or before the sM day of June 1895 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. This the 2d 3ay of June 1894. JOHN K. PKOCTOlt. Executor of Mrs. Minerva Fowler. C AUTION ! All persons are cautioned against purchas ing Telephone instruments requiring Mattery for their operation, or usin instruments of this description except under license of the American Bell Telephone Company, of Bos ton, Mass. This company owns letters-patent Vo. 4G3, 569, granted to Emile Berliner, November 17, le91, for a combined telegraph and telephone, and controls letters-patent No 474.31, granted to Thomas A. Edison. May 3, lor a spe aks ing telegraph, which patents cover funda mental inventions and embrace all forms of microphone transmitters and of carbon teles phones. A DMINISTKATOR'3 NOTICE ! Having this day qualified as administrator of the estate of Luther H. Tilley. deceased, I hereby notify all persons indebted to said es a ate to make immediate payment to me, and ail persons having claims against said estate to present them to me duly verified on or be fore the 19th day of June, 1"95, or this notice will be plead in bar thereof. 1 his June IS. 1J4. J. L. C A H K I N (j TO N , Administrator. QU AS. K. TUItNKK, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DURHAM. N. C. Will practice in the courts of Durham and surrounding counties. Ail business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful at Mention. Office with Major Guthrie. mm mm and Children Castoria einv.s Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhiea, F.ruetat i n. Kills Worms gives sleep, and pn.m.t. s ,; gestion. Without injurious medication. "For several years I have reeoinm.'ii,! ymir 'Castoria,' and shall always coutinu - t , do so as it has invariably produced N'neti 'ui results." Enwix F. Pardee, M. I., lC5th Street and 7th Ave., New York Ci; Compa:cv, 77 Mvrrat Street, New York (.'in. Arejthe goods for you to buy if you need anything in that line. They are Practical fwo-IIorse Machines, and can be carried from point to point by simply folding. and Hair ! A f OUTGAOE SA .V. ! I 1V1 Uv virtue j gage deed executed to the undersigned by Al- tred Dunnegan and Charity Dunnegap. his wile, of the tateof North Ckrolinx and County of Durham, I will offer for sale to the hiyhtst bidder at the court house door in Durham. August G, 1894, at 1 OVIut k M.. all that lot of land lying and being in Du. nam County, btateof North Carolina, adjoining t tit lands of the Shepherd heirs-and othtrg. aril containing one acre, mcce or leso. For a f u 1 :" description of the same see book No. IT "f mortgages, pages 143 and 144 in the register of deeds' ollwe at Durham, N C. This July. ItU. p. p. O BKIANT, Moitgag .-. Charles E. Tuknek, Attorney. pittfSTEE'S notice: Green Bros. & Co., leaving executed to w a deed of trust for the benefit of their creditor-, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said llrrn to corne forward and settle at once, and to persons having claims agaimst aaid firm to rile verified statements of their accounts in the office or the Clerk of the Superior Court of Durham county, as required by chapter 4!. section 6, Acts 'Xi. This Juiy Fit ED. A. (iltbEN, Trustee. TOWN PROPEKTV FOR SALE AT AUC TION" ' Under'tlie towers conferred in a mortgage deed from M. A. Angier and wife to James C. Hart, duly assigned io me, I will offer for sa t at public auction for cash at the court bouse door in Durham, at 12 o'clock m., on the I'i'-b day of August, 1'4, all the land conveyed in aid mortgage (which is registered in Bo k li nage 1; to-wit: 1. A lot on Pine street in Dur ham, containing 7-100 of an acre, adjoimn T. M. Stephens and others. 2. The one-third in terest in the storehouse and lot on corner ot Main and Church streets in Durham, known a "Johnson's Drug Store Corner." July V. W. W. FULL KK. Assignee of MorttaA- FOR SALE CalJgraph Typewriter, in e'wj order; will be sold very low for cash- aj ply at this office for particulars.