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JOHN WILRER JENKINS. - - Editor W. H. WILLARD, JR., Business Manager The Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by carrier at f 6.00 a year, or 50 cents a month. The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. TnE Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at $1.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church street. Ot-obe telephone. No. 76. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham. N. C. ALWAYS INDEPENDENT The Ci.ohk in entered at the postollice, Dur ham. N. C. as mail matter as the eecond class. DUilHAM, X. C. TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1894 This Date In History July 17. lift Charles VII of France, saved by Joan of Arc, was crowned at Itheims. li.VJ- John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury, Iiriti; general in France, immortalized by Shak Bpeare, killed. 1074 Isaac Wutt, divine, noted as writer o.. hymns, born; died 174. 1744 Elbrldge Gerry, "signer" and statesman, born at Marble-head, Mass.; died 114. 174" Timothy J'ickerintr, fetatehman, born In Salem, Mass.; died l:.1t. 1749- Peter Oan'-evoort, soldier, born In Al bany: died 112; defeated St. Lege r and his Indians at Ori-kany Aug. , 1777. 1795 Charlotte Corday was guillotined for kill ing Marat. 1810 Martin Fanjuhar Tupper, English poet, born; died 18.X -Steamer 1 ndiana burned on her trip be tween Huttalo and Toledo; .'Jo lives lost. 1858 The transatlantic cable fleet started again from Queentown, this time with success fill result. 1880 -Lewis Cass, statesman, died at Detroit born 17K'. 1888 -Last general raid on the anarchists ii Cbhago; many arrested, l&y Thirty buildings in the business distric of l..oridpn burned: loss. i.'l.'.OM.ooo. of those who "will be subject to this tax to believe that they are honest enough not to defraud the govern ment that protects them and under which thev live. nensN op thi rainbow. Al! Its Colors Popular Now and Often Worv by the Wrong Woman. Almost all colors, bright and dull, light end dark, are fashionable this year and are worn too often with a reckless disre gard of their bec-omingness to the individ ual. The fact that a certain tint is in vogue is a sufficient recommendation of It in some women's eyes, and they eagerly adopt it without stopping to consider whether it heightens or diminishes the ef feet of their personal charms. Orange, for instance, is to be worn only by a decided brunette or by the dark haired, creamy complexioned woman with clear gray eyes. The latter is the one type of whom it may truly be said that she can wear al most every color, preference being given to decided shades. Eut if orange be fash lonable the fair woman with pale brown tresses trims her hat with it, forgetting that the rich color will overpower all the subtle ruddy and golden tints in her hair and make it look dull and drab toned. Magenta is almost as trying as orange and can be worn successfully only by women having dark, gray or white hair, character- hi The Globe will hereafter be at home to its friends in its new quarters on Church street, just off Main. Its patrons and readers are in vited to call. KKVKNI'K FltOM THE INCOME TAX. Worthintfton C. Ford, chief of the bureau ot statistics of the treas ury department, lias made an esti mate of the amount of revenue likelv to be derived from the income tax. He says that from twelve to thirty million dollars may be expected from this source. lie bases his prediction on a "careful comparison" ot the results of the income tax law of 1870 with the conditions now and proba ble results of the present law. According to his estimate, which, by the way, lias a rathe wide rane, this tax will not brini: in anything like the revenue that is expected from it. And when he kc's onto say that the cost ol collecting the tax on pri vate incomes will be as great as the revenue derived therefrom he shows his opposition to the income tax, ami uncovers his estimate as a well cal culated argument to defeat the tax. To say that the tax will not more than cover the cost of collection is absurd. Iut the opponents of the tax arc often al surd and Mr. Ford is no exception to the rule. The revenue from this tax in 1870 was over 827,000,000, and it may be supposed that the vast increase in wealth and earning capacity of the country in twenty-four years will bring the receipts to a much larger figure. The difficulty in the collection of taxes lies in the re3istance of the tax payer. New York journals, like the Sun, Herald, Morning Advertiser and others, argue that the income tax law will encourage fraud, as rich men will swear falsely to the amount of their incomes, thus evading the tax. If this be so, then the govern ment should take these lying rich men in band; the rich men. if the statement be true, are alreadv falsi fiers at In art and only wait the op port unity to put their inclinations into pracuce. ii uie ncn men are so bail as these papers make them out, it is high time the government were taking the frauds in hand. The tax is just, though the four thousand limit puts the figure rather too high. Out not rather every in come that more than supplies the bare means of sustenance be taxed? Accumulation is ever a proper subject for taxation, and is not every dollar or every loaf of bread or pound of meat beyond what is required to sustain life, accumulation? Then should not accumulation be yond the needs of life be taxtd ? The only objection The Ulobesees to the income tax is that it dees not reach far enough. And it has a good enough opinion THE SUGAR DEAL. The sugar trust ha9 already made 4, 000,000 by importing sugar before the duty takes effect, which signifies a satis factory profit on its investment of f 500, 000 in the campaign of 1S02, even if it should not make another dollar out of the transaction. Exchange. Washington. July 13 This after noon it is stated positively that the Sen ate conerrees will not recede from the sugar schedule of the Gorman bill, while the House conferrees say that it will be impossible for them to accept the sched ule, because they know that the House would not warrant their action and would compel them to resume the con ference upon that subject. The indica tions are that Chairman Wilson and his co-vrorkers from the committee on ways and means will rather permit revenue legislation to be defeated than consent to the sugar schedule in the Senate bill. Philadelphia Times. The cloud that still rests over the Senate on account of its deal with the sugar trust will go a long way in the movement for electing sena ors by popular vote, as representa 1 i - 1 T A. - A. - . tives are elected, lnvcsiiiaim committees are generally white washing concerns and the committee appointed to investigate the sugar scandal was not an exception to the rule. Enough lloated out of the commit tee room to convince people that all was not right. Where you see a crrnnt Jnol rf cmnL-o tl.orn la h U-fdv tr GRAY SILK TOILET. u r nn isties so noticeable in themselves as not to ue- some mu. m;iu uiciu in au I i i n,.!!4. iw much talk aim scandal, bargains tion of a striking tint. Sharp, solid blues, and trades are likely to exist. Frens na Pes re uangerous to 1 he admissions Ol ilavemeyer, especially, of all tones, should be carefully Mcl'herson, McCatlery and Others handled, as they bring out very strongly 7 anv hint of sallowness in thn skin. Clear are enough, added to the convincing red is the most universally becoming of sugar schedule of the senate tariff any brisht color and . combines well with I npar v firprvniintr iinii tti nnn prrn bill, to convince any sane man that ghades are better for the majority of per- nll was not. whito anil fair in the eons than clear gray, the latter appertain ing1 properly only to women with rosy Senate. cheeks. If thev have crrav hair also, the The putting Of SUgar On the pro- harmony is complete. A knowledge of i .i . T . - 1' L 1 i'i. ...vv ICCllVC 11SI Was a UirCCl OCUeill IU nfifia in rotr:vTil to onis'snwn pharnfiteristlna is ih& best Shortening for all cooirt purposes, id 1 1 1 the trust and to the trust only. Let the House repudiate the deal and put sugar on the free list. Some people in this town keep up the gratuitous task of writing anony mous letters. The Globe receives these epistles occasionally and they small velvet bows of face and figure are all that are needed to insure correct dressing. A sketch is given of a gray silk gown trimmed with black lace. The lower skirt is of gray moire and is plaited. Over this is worn a princess gown of pearl gray taf feta, caught up in front by a large black velvet bow and trimmed with a flounce of black lace. The corsage is covered with drapery of black lace held in place by The sleeves are coin- Judic Cholllt. GOOD OUT OF EVIL. inviirinblv finrl n rpqh'ncr nbiro in n Posca 01 tfm'e PullS trimmed with bows of J b 1 I hl.'lfk snrin. Thf li1:iok Lir-p Tirmn little wicker basket that Stands beside trimmed with mauve flowers and jet. the editorial desk. Any person cowardly enough to write an anony mous letter is too low a sneak to be noticed. Such persons will always be a few cents in pocket if they will "think on these things" when writing anonymous letters to The Globe. DISBURSEMENTS. Claims by Death and Matured En- (Imvniuritu The black lace bonnet is I Dividends, Surrpnder'VaiuesV'An- nuitiest Discounted Endowments Total I'aid Policv-IIohlers Commissions, Advertising, Postage and Exchange General Expenses, state. County ana c lty i axes SIO.761,402.80 6,888,912.63 Woman's Extravagance In Hard Times Puts Bread In the 3Iouths of the Poor. Just so often as "hard times" recur, ust so often comes an increase in the vol ume of the outcry against women's extrav agance as exhibited in the indulgence in personal luxury, either in the way of cloth ing or surroundings. It has been said that the poor we shall have always with us, and the innate truth of the savins: must be ap parent, in spite of the theories of altruistic dreamers, as long as nature herself is par tial in the distribution of health, strength and native ability. Nature having set us a bad example of inequality in vital mat ters, we cannot hope to ever establish per- 117,650,315.43 4,615,745.29 3,089,438,08 125,355,498.80 If-- A . . xew .assurance written in ISOS on oan vt Art lotal Outstanding Assurance 932,532,577.00 W. J. RODDEY, Rock Hill. S. C. The Evening Star is a new daily paper published in Wilson, X. C, by the Advance Publishing com pany. It is independent in politics. . i . The Weather and the Crora The weekly weather ernn hulletin . .t, , . . f feet equality in superficial affairs. Not to hsucu by the state weather service, for --..i K t . iU V J wander froia the point, the very poor who uie wees emung uionoay, indicates mai are imbittered by the extravagance of the the past week has not been as favorable rich earn their daily bread by ministering HQ thp nrpppflincr nnn finmp rnnl ninrVitT I , . , .' . . 4 tl If in a time of financial depression every- ur mammoth catalogue of Bank Counters, occurred at the beginnine:, but the latter hodv rfncod tn cnv f t. 1"sks and other Oiiioe Furniture for 1894 part of the week was warm enough, rlages, china and the thousand and one- Ste indT mateM. 7; Ju 3 t y?flflS-'yu'"'.' P- TO ' iSli -ry glL.. ji no r-4 . th TYLER'S FAMOUS ROLL CURTAIN DESKS. flHW STYliES. There was the normal amount of sun- unnecessary articles on which wealthy per- shice The rainfall has been deficient everywhere and all crops are beginning to need rain, which, if timely, will assure a fine crop of corn. Beneficial showers fell in the Central District on Sunday, and it is probable that plenty of rain will fall the coming week. The repcrt for the Central District : "The nights have been too cool for cotton, but warmer the latter part of the week. Very little rain fell, and everywhere rain will be needed soon. Showers on Sunday, the 15th, probably gave some relief. Abundant sunshine during the week and farmers pushed lay ing by to a finish. Tobacco generally late, but is being topped. Threshing will be over soon. Very little fruit in this section except grapes and blackberries Melons just coming in.'' The tioveriiment Architect. Si huj ler in the Forum. Tee architect who has for forty years NEW BODICE. had the spending of two million and a w , ! , lm,no-v nn incalculable half a year, and with it the unchallenged of employment and reduced to the mn.li . power to play any pranks he chose with tion of paupers. Every garment, earpot, the public architecture, and to debauch linno, mirror and roll of wall paper repre the taste of the American public from nf number of branches of lalior upon ame to California, has been the sue- ent for the means of living If the de- cessor and representative of tbe clerk of- mand for these articles stops, thev will works of the Treasury buildiner. With Ct'ase to 1c manufactured and will no an influence much beyond that of any Hreraft .... . t, . ,. . , , J er. The ncli persons who are the real European Ministry of Public orks, he enemies of the poor are the miserly class is a clerk, holding ollice at the pleasure who hoard their wealth instead of scatter ing it and do no more to encourage trade and keep money in brisk circulation than uoes uie poor arusin nmiscir. inis is 1h Itest Goods made. BANK COUNTERS TO ORDER TO FIT ANY ROOM. Catalogue free. Send 12c to cover postage. TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CO., ST. I.OCIS, MO. JOTICE! The members of the Executive Committee ot the Democratic party of Durham county are requested to meet at the otlice of the Chairman en Saturday. June 30. 1894. at 11 o'clock a. m., to lix the day of holding the primaries and the county convention, and transacting such other business as may come ' Deiore it. A lull attendance is earnestly de sired. J. S. MANNING, Chairman Executive Committee. See My Samples! WANAMAKER & BROWN Are the leading tailors of the country. This season they have the handsomest fabrics yet presented. Their spring suits are now in season. You can get tine tailor-made goods from that house at the same price as the shoddy, boggy ready-made. I am their agent. Let me call and show the samples. S. H. PEACE. NEW FIRM p. Only health Ful shortening made . "physicians ndorSiit. 1 friat urcomfortafce Feeling of Crioo mucft richness" from food cooked in. ard food cooKed in lr"carfe delicious, hesMhfuly Co mfo rfj n gt Do You use Cottolehs? Made only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.f CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. Thirty-Fourth Annual .Statement EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY For the Year Ending December 31st, 1S93. ASSETS. Bonds and Mortgages 22,80S,916.74 neai siate.ineitniniKthe Jquitalde jiuiiGings and purchases under foreclosure of niorttrairfs 23.!i2S.724.53 United States Stocks, State Stocks. City Stocks, ft other investments 89,253,593.42 Loans securel liv Bonds and Stocks (Market value, y,44,241) 6,934,403.33 iteai estate outsuie tne state or jS'ew York, includins purchases under foreclosure 14.396.857.64 Cash in Bank and in transit (since received and invested) 5,294,463.13 j merest anu Ken ts due and accrued. uefrmi I'rermums and other Securities 6,439,378.11 'lotal Assets December 31, 1S93 $169,056,396.90 LIABILITIES. Reserve on all existing Policies (4 per cent. Standard) and all other liabilities il 36.689.646. 57 limn unuivioeu surplus (i per ct. .-Manuaru). including Special Re serve of f2.50(),Ooo towards estab lishment ol a 3 per ct. valuation... 32.3R6, 7503 t 169,066,396790 We certify to the correctness of th nhnvc cirii. lation ot the reserve anc: surplus. From this sur plus the usual dividends will be made. ci;o. . Phillips, J. G. Van Cise, Actuaries. INCOME. iremiums as user ao sa Interest. Bents, etc 6.4o!235!96 $42,02205.55 for Infants and Children Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A Archer, M. P., 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 w ithin easy reach." Carlos Martyn, D. D., New York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills "Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl gestion, Without injurious medication. " For several years I have recommend-1 your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue t do so as it has invariably produced WiwtU -ul results." Edwin F. Pardee, M. I)., 12oth Street and Tth Ave., New York t'ity The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New Yore Citt. Your Pants Are A fray ed '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 wre 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 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. The New Deering Mower knocks out all competitors for Simplicity, Strength and Lightness of Draught. Ex amine these goods before vou '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 Jaw as the executor to th& last will and testament ot the late Mrs. Mi nerva Fowler, and rII said estate are reiuested tu make prompt paymen, and all persons having claims against said estate must present the same to the un dersigned for payment on or before the 2d day of June 1895 or this notice will b pleaded in ua-i ui uicir i vtu ery. x ais tne za Jay ot June Executor of Mrs. Minerva Fowler. C AUTION All persons are cautionod ninintjr imrr-hna- ing Telephone Instruments rtuiring Uuttery for their operation, or usinsr instruments of this description except under license of the American liell Telephone Company, of Hus ton, Mass. This comnanv owns If ttfrs-rtrt v. iv? 569 granted to Emile Berliner, November IT, lfc&l. for a combined tc 1 and controls letters-patent No. i'A,Zi, granted' w luuuiiu a. riison. iay a iv.rz tor a speaks inir telecrranh. whir-h rutnr mental inventions and embrace all forms of microphone transmitters and of carbon teles phones. DMINISTRA TOR'S NOTICE! GrO TO J. R. Proctor and H, C. Lee of the Secretary of the Treasury, unrec ognized by the law except in the annual appropriations, and with no guarantee comparatively small proportion of the whatever of his professional competency, ! wealthy minority, however. Most persons excent that theSecretarv of the Treasiirv 1 ho havj "icmi-y IH-nd it freely in every j ' i ihrvrri. .n I has seen lit to appoint him. A cl....t;., ?c ?1... ,1? nt. , , When in need of anything in Picture Frames LfV 7m .r . Uoom Moulding or Repairing and L'pholster- , inuiiMiumis. im'M'HanuMivvepuns ing oi any Kina. u e oiler our services to the ius ui Micogiu ana uesu, wasting , are or npruml p.ds, while tb.'full surplice CU ana surrounding country as Practical Un away from any cnuse promptly arrested corsage and cutis are of il.-in -stuff The ertaJt.e" and Lmbalmtrs. We have and are by using that-greatest of all fat ore- end of the left side of the I.odic'e .Ur Jf ucers, Johnson s Compound Cod Liyer around the waist and buttoned in front to market, which we offer very low. Special at- Oil. W. M. Yearby. 1 form a girdle. Jcdic Chollet ' li?tio twa11 cail3 day or nisht. Far- J b oiwtwiui.ur. thing building-. Main street. Havinj? this dav ot the estate of Lutht-r it Tinou .iuh i hereby notify all person indebted to said es- flutn In ma L-i r-w r, . .1 . . . . . . . . .v iiuiuCTJimc v-ij luvul 10 me, ana ail persona having claims against said estate to nresent thm tn mt h n ) i . rore the 19th day of June, isus. or this notice win oe plead in bar tliereof. This June 19. 1h. J. 1 UAKKI.NOTU.N, Administrator. YJOKTGAGE SALE! liy virtue of authority contained in a mort gage dted executed to the undersigned by Al fred Dunnegan and Charity bunnegitfi. h rite, of the btate of North Carolina and County ol Durham, I will offer for sale to the highffit bidder at tiie court house door in Dui huin, Augaitt C, 18!i4, at 12 O'clock M.. all that lot of land lying and being in InuLam County, State of North Carolina, adjoining the lands of the Shepherd heirs and others, and containing one acre, mwreor lee. For a lulk-r utscription of the same see ook o. 1. i nuortgages, pages 113 and 144 in the register of deeds' ollice at Durham, N C. This Ju y4. i. P. F. OUKIANT, MoitgH-e. CHAJtLES E. Tl'Hnek, Attorney. T KUSTEE'S NOTICE! Oreen Bros. & Co., having executed to rte deed of trust for the benefit of their creditor, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted va said firm to come forward and settle at once. uid to persons having claims against said firm to tile verified statements of tbt ir accounts io ttoeornce of the Clerk of the Superior Court ot Durham county , as required by chapter 4Vi. section 6, Acts J. This July Vi, 1M"4. Fit ED. A. O it fcEN, Trustee. C MAS. E. Tl'KNKK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DUIULAM, N. C. Will practice in the courts r.f nurham and surrounding counties. All business entrusted to my care will receive promptand careful at tention. OfBe with Mainr Rnthrfo. rIWN PROI'EKTV FOR SALE AT Al - TION : Under the powers conferred in a mortgage deed from M. A. Angier and wife to Jame- t. Hart, duly assigned to me, I will offer for sa.e at pjblic auction for cash at the court bou door in Durham, at 12 o'clock m., on the l'.b day of August, 1M4, all the land conveyed ia said mortgage (which is registered in Bo.ik M. page D, to-wit: 1. A lot on Fine street in Dur ham, containing 7"-10iof an acre, adjoining M. Mephens and others. 'I. The one-third in terest in the storehouse and lot on corner ot Main and Church streets in Durham, known Jobt-eoa's Drug Store Corner." July '- J-4- W. W. FL Lbr.it. Assignee of Mort.aft-ee. FOKSALE-Caligraph Typewriter, in good order; will be sold very low for cash. Al ply at this office for particulars.