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Durham gaiti) lobe. By AL F AI liBKOTHEB. THE MAN FOR THE PLACE. M. A. Angier is -without question the man for mayor next year. As both candidates in tne neia are The Globe is published every day (Sunday democrats .the yoter must only choose excepted) and delivered by carrier at o.ura i rear, or 60 cents a month. The Globe circu- between two men. angier lavors pro lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page au" Ufli3Ji paper, containing all the news, and is sent by aainst scb0ol bonds. Asgier is ii - x m i r r j n A n A I O mitil til, t IMKJ a jva.tr in nuauv;c. I Office Corner Main and Church 6treeta. I oor and Christian is well to do. Mr flr rmit tpilpnhoriA. No. 50. I ' i. ... . i angier met wun reverses in ms oiu age even very ADVERTISING RATES. Space for one week 6 cent per inch per issue. when over 5 inches are taken. Hpcce per month, J2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each Insertion Business notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. Al) advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. DURHAM, N. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. THE GLOBE FOU 1892 through no fault of his, however. Angier has served the people two years faithfully and well. Mb. Ciiris tian has held office longer than 'Squire Angier, so this "pass it around" theory won't work. The laboring men will favor a mayor who favors public works, thus increasing the amount of labor and giving employ moat to those oijt of a job. The progres- sive man will faVor a mayor who believes in economic improvements who knows when to do something for the city. The friend3 of education will certainly favor a man who was in tavor oi a public school buildinjr, as against one who fought against it. All these things considered it would appear that Mr. Christian should do what he did last Year withdraw while he has yet time. Will call things by their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion of all other papers. It will continue to tell the truth CLEAN HIM UP. The Raleigh Visitor says: We hope our friend, Major Roberts, superintendent of the capitol and grounds will take a notion to have the statue of Washington scrubbed up a little for the spring and summer. The old gentleman looks a little rusty at present. We are sorry to know that Mr. "Wash ington's statue is in a bad way and that the old gentleman needs washing up and sand-paperinr. But then the rust and dust and crust of time have settled on the grand old man who was not only the father of bis country, but who, with patriotism and valor and a pike pole, crossed the frozen river called the Dela ware, where this year the peach crop is ruined. Readers of The Globe at Raleigh and elsewhere will really yell to see the hero of Trenton and Valley Forge get his face washed and his knee breeches darned. Major Roberts is lacking in all that love of country when he allows Mr. Washington to stand there, a poor old and jerk the mask off of pious and falher f Lis country, and witness all his uuiaiciui aiiu uiisguiucu ciiiiurcu see the old gentleman in a bad way. Martha, pretending fraud?. It will not waver in its fight for poor eld soul, has long since joined her the development and prosperity of mothers, and it manifestly becomes the the New South, and it asks the duty of Major Rober-is to sew back the patronage of all honest men. bursted suspender button; wipe the dust from the old man s panting face and in fact be a father to the dumb, mute and motionless marble bust of a man who Wait now for a summer skating rink. Thkse are the balmy days of March could not have been a politician because corning late in April. A vote for 'Squire Angier is an en dorsement of the graded school. he never told a lie. Let this business be at once attended to and let all Raleigh assist ! The police court these days is about like Hill's chances for the presidency. No one is in it. The lightning rod agent is abroad in the land. "Sign your name here please," is his plaintive wail. GETTING WARM. From the tone of the Raleigh papers the democratic party is warming up getting to a fever pitch of .intensity, if not of desperation. The News and Observer jumps the Rev. Tom Dixon for saying that the emancipation of the slaves was a good The Educational convention at Char lotte this year has been an unqualified th nd t0 t with h .. XT a. ? fill ' C3 earnestness the dav when the erreat success. Next year it will be better still. The telephone lines over the country, Grant met the great Lee, at Appomat- acem to be down between here and there, tox, and where one surrendered in peace At least there is no connection between and the other accepted that surrender in the two cities. love. The roads, which the Asheville Citizen lUB"',uuuwu did not repair, are still in a bad condition, 4 7 " l'ail "uu;u. "u u" ielu and it is hoped that The Citizen will bring 1U1 J""""" viriuc au" 1C" "au no .re some of its good roads over here. " J .J j it snaps the republican party like else. tion that the in large and did not Hake. beautiful tempting snow would fall flakes. Rut she forget that Trinity college Do NOT which means so much for Durham is ncaring completion, and we will soon have a great gala day and then we will have something permanent. When you figure it all out Chief Bkadsuer is right about the fire traps. On the eve of an election, it would oc cur to those who think that the present board should fire 'em out. There was a fluttering in the clouds U hydrophobia stricken do? would bite this morning and there was every indica- the first thing it siw. And The Globe, independent and yet honest, regrets to see the two papers at the capital throwing out such stuff. It is the yell of the disgruntled. It is here what the waving of the bloody shirt is as John Sherman waves it at the North it is absurd, it is out of season and de mocracy is in a bad way if it must needs resort to such spectacular business. There are great issues before this country. Statesmen are attempting to solve them and they perhaps will solve them. The world knows, all editorial statements to the contrary, that there are knaves and rascals and sneaks in all par ties. The world knows, all editorial statements to the contrary that there is dishonesty in the leaders of the republi can party and will always be. The rworld knows, all editorial statements to the contrary, that there are dishenest men and leaders in the democratic party. All this rant and rot about the bloody shirt and the dear old flag ; the blood stained fields and other cheap clap-trap on the republican side has a tendency to make people tired. And all the rant and rot about the confederacy and its un timely collapse ; the sentiment of thirty years ago has nothing to do with these times. It was 27 years ago that Lee surrendered at Appomattox and it was then that the war should have ended. All the stuffed club and red fire exhibi tions to keep alive the bitter feelings which were engendered in the dark days A vote for 'So. like Angier is the re cognition of a por man but one who is absolutely honest. The poor should re ceive the suffrage of the people if they are honest and capable and deserving. 'Satire. Angier is all of these. North Carolina republicans had a large pow-wow at Raleigh yesterday. It is impossible to ascertain at this time what the allisnce will do the 17th of May. After the 18th of May it will not be im possible to tell what the republicans will do. They will know by that time. The cow thief who discovered America and also wrecked the R. & D. train at Bostain bridge is being tried at Charlotte this week. If he had not stolen that cow he might have been convicted of taking several human lives. This is worse than Mrs. O'Leary's cow, which burned Chi cago in '72. should not be tolerated in these brighter days. If there is no issue between two parties which profess greatness and statesman hip it is time that the alliance asserted itself. Whv not iumD upon the English for what they once did ? Why not go back t to the first tight to the I rojan war and interview Helen, of Troy, and see what the thinks about the situation. All this rot and strife and rant n the eve of a state convention frightens no one and inspires no one it simply makes people tired. PWORTH A GUXXIBA A DOS."? PAINLESS ?HvEFFECTUJlL IT DOES NOT WORK. The proposed celebration of the open- ins of the graded school building in this city an event greater than anything hap pening here for years does not seem to meet with much favor from our numerous fellow citizens. The scheme is good, just the same, and the committee on arrangements should be completed. The citizens who tavor progression and who do not stop to monkey should ctme up now and be counted. There should be a celebration and the governor and his staff and invited guests should participate. Let the affair commence many will join, it is time, too, to commence it just now. Too late means a bad job it means a half cooked meal. Let us all go at it at once. i S w m m w . i o S hi' VA' E lW JSvX 3s; ON TOP OF THE SIB o MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' Of all dniecistt. New York Depot. 36s Canal Su Price SS cents box. PROF. JEAN FOLLMAN, INSTRUCTOR OF Music and Languages ! PRIVATE LESSONS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Cornet or any other Band or Orchestral Instrument. Music arranged to order for any combi nation of instruments. OUR LLNES THIS SPRING OUTDO A.y. THIiNtjr WJVVJi iiiVlSK. SHOWN. 0- . t PLEATED, f a PLAIN. NEGLIGEE. In a Large GOOI FRIDAY. To-dav is Good Fridav. ti,;q a nnffh t t.fi rpt .imvc Private conversational lessons in French the gentle Christ was crucified on this and German. day nearly two thousand years ago. And the lesson of his life and his teach- Young ladies attended at their residence. ings are stronger to-day than then what better evidence is wanted that he was the Satisfaction and rapid advancement guar son of God that he redeemed the world ? anteed studious nunils. TERMS REASONABLE. Residence, Liberty Street, near Queen, Durham, N. C. A vote for Mayor Angier is not a vote against the democratic ticket. It is a vote for a man who has always been a democrat and who is a democrat and wh favors progression and enterprise. Variety of Patterns. S -XXiXJ j QrPTT?PQf' A FULL LINE, CP T in, UliriO: AS WELL AS FELT AND CllUSHEItS. O 1 J Neckwear The Neatest Pver Shown ! Turner's Hand-Sewed SHOES Turner's Hand-Sew In Congress, Button and Lace. TXT. GLATEE 6z CO., Northwest Corner Main Street, Durham, N. C. WE ARE STILL IN IT 0 Starke's Dixie Plows, $1.90! AT RANDOM. m le Merciiant Tailor, is- STILL IN THE FIELD -WITH. A- I'm Stosk of Spring Suiting: ! A maiden fair with powdered hair Joe Jim Jams went last night to see. And she did ask, "How do you dare To visit me when on a spree ?" Joe Jim Jams did to her reply My darling', darling, darling girl Pray do not. do not let me fly Cut let me take a Keeley whirl. And Nancy Jane says, " You'r the feller- Go at once the Golden way Here is the stuff for Colonel Eller, The balance I will gladly pay. And Jeems Henry wildly drunk Greensboro sought in cheerful glee. He went there packed up in a trunk And since has not been on a spree. ' They say his" appetite is killed. They say he is a man once more, They say for rye and sod corn stilled He has had his fill galore ! And he will marry Nancy Jane, He'll shake the curse which bore him down He now can walk in narrow lane And never more will paint the town ! And Greensboro is not far from here if any other Nancy Jane has a victim which she would like to send. It was only a few days ago that Colonel Are COT(liallv ilivited to Call . --sr . i I ' ihakley wjhtakek, wno na3 a weatner ou- reau and washstand combined, remarked in his quiet yet forcible way, "The backbone of winter is not broken." Join the colonel's weather bureau. Judge Christian says, by his works, that of course he is not in favor of a graded school building. Why ? Because his taxes would be ncreased. Such a sentiment would make a charming mayor. W V 9 Two days more and we will have another ground hog's day. The hog will be secured ust as soon as we get the nam of the fellow who ordered three plates of Soup at the Clai- i born hotel to-day. w w The Beautiful Snow which Colonel Sheppe wrote tried to day to be published, but it melted. Peterson's Magazine. Peterson for May is a very excellent ESTIMATES FURNISHED numoer. x ne iuu page engravings, " w ell Guarded" and "Five O'clock Tea." are both excellent, and the fashion plates ad mirable. "In the Land of the Czars," by Roslyn K. Brooke, gives a capital de scription of Moscow with a peep at the Siberian penal settlements and the cele brated Novgorad jail, and is illustrated in nrnnimr niwir Ruin rnnnnrnn! rn unlit uiAit ft iv u nmm Plow Points 90 Cents a Dozen ! AIjTj in want of the Latest Styles, Most Fash ionable Make-ups and Sure Fits, and examine stock and leave orders. PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR IB IR, I OIK Avery Double Shovel Plows, Hoes, Rakes, Mattocks, Chains, Hames, Etc. Also Builders' Hardware. -o- SEE OUR $10.00 COOK STOVE! Hardware Store, My Brick are the Best Made in this State, -AND- a very effective way. "The Peacock eather," by Minna Irving, is a ckarming poem, with beautiful illustrations. Robert C. V. Meyer's serial, "This Man and this Woman," cannot fail to add to the writers' ast growing reputation. "For Ruth's Sake," by Katharine Allen, is one of the best illustrated stories of the month. Towne, is a seasonable paper illustrated R. B. FITZGERALD, by a portrait of the discoverer, the Span- Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. ish convent in which he passed several years, his monument and other interest ing pictures. "A Photograph Diary" gives an criginal way of arranging photographs. he household and needlework depart ments are filled with novel and useful suggestions and designs. Peterson is a necessity in every home. Terms $2 a ear, $ I for six months. Address Peter son's Magazine, 30G Chestnut street, Phi ladelphia, Pa. The Handsomest Lady In Durham Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp s Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. 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