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TUB DURHAM DAIIiX fcHABE, WJSDNESDAX, APBEL 20.
SJhc Burham Sail" 5lobf. By AL FAIKBROTHEK. WHAT WILL IT BE? The Glbe a year and more ago said that Polk and his cohorts were - in cal lusion with the republican party ; that they were striving to wreck the democ- year, or 50 centa a month- The Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe la a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at f 1.50 a year in advance. Offlce-Corner Main and Church etreeta. Globe telephone. No. 50. ADVERTISING RATES. Space for one week 6 c nt per lncn issue. when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each Insertion. Ilueinees notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOBE, Durham, N. C. D UK HAM, C. WEDNESDAY, APHIt. 20, 1892 Till: GLOUE FOIM8D2 rmt i ,V.1I.I.a orHFirilaFNlinilllf .xcSXn North Carolina, and that they would in their own time and season yell long and loud for a third party. This proposition was hooted down by the democratic press Joe Daniels in particular, and Polk was lauded to the ikies. lie was too true, they said to de ceive or betray Yet The Globe, inviting and receiving the enmity of the alliance people insisted still that it saw the way, that the "nig ger in the wood pile" was not a myth but a serious reality. And to day comes home the truth. It is written on the banners and on the outer wills. Polk proposes -to work the democratic Dartv he proposes to sow seed of disorganization and he pro poses to aid and abet in other untimely schemes. Jf he does not then his ac credited interviews are wrong. Yet still, the old party of this state the demo cratic party which faced shot and shell and lead from its northern foe in the dark days from 01 to 01, and never a brave man wavered, to day stands trem bling before a cheap vender of cheaper diphtheria medicine and attempts some terms of peace. It. is cowardice in the superlative it is a weakling crying in its mother's arm. When it allows such a crazy crowd of fools, as these alliance wild men arc to dictate, or even to prs lume dictation If the democratic party of North Caro Una is sa weak and so much wasled that a man like 1'olk can play tue John Bhown racket and make this old state tremble through, and through, it is time that the organization disbanded. If principle is to be given to anarchical passion ; if cheap adventurers jwho have failed in all other things ; if the rag-tag and bob tailed element of disgruntled dis appointment is to dominate the fall con ventions, thej, indeed, should those who have been leaders under the old flag of Will call tilings by their real I democracy, hide their faces in shame anfl names and name them properly. in humiliation It guarantees to advertisers more "than double the combined circula tion of all other papers. It will continue to tell the truth and jerk the mask off of pious and pretending fraud?. Democracy should succeed in this state because in this state democracy is decent and it uses a handkerchief and does not wipe its nose on its coat sleeve. But if democracy attempts to harlot with the gang of wreckers, of which n wu not uaui m .us ngiiLioi Polk is the chief, then democracy should the development and prosperity ol at once gQ out of businesg the iNew feouth, ami it asks the patronage of all honest men. THE THING TO DO. What is the use to have any contention or anv strife about this maver business t Wait for the next Easter eggs. Angier is unquestionably the man to New Yeau's day comes but once a Mill the place he has a right to it, and the ytar. I people, regardless or consequences, re And these be the days of "'-rand lot gardlessof conditions, should turn in and sales." Let us have more of the street car mul 1.,. !... 1.1 1 .1 1 nw siiuuiu uiuy buuiL" iiiese uh s. vote for him. ?quire Angieu is an honest man and a good man, and there is no valid reason why he should not receive the support of Vote for an honest man who is de- this entire community, where he has lived serving, and his name is M. A. Angieu. so long.. I he city election will soon be on, and all laboring men will vote for 'Suike Angieu. Ik Angieu is elected mayor well, we will have a man who was in favor of public schools. The Ashcville Citizens authorizes us to Let the working people remember that the old gentleman has been a good mayor, that he has met with honorable yet dis astrous reverses, and let them all rally to his support. SOME MOKE HATS. And now the radical democratic news- announce that it will receive jrood roads papers are howling about the "nigger and on subscription. the carpet bagger" taking possession of the offices. All this is rot, pure and simple. In the dark days when the waves of rebellion, or of civil war, op whatever it might have Jtst wait a few days until the Polk been, swept across the fair southland and fallows show their unholy hand then laid low and in waste happy homes and why some of the relica of the old days want to hurl such reminiscences in the face and teeth of th young and progres sive men of the present, we cannot see There are no carpet baggers.- These are the days of peace, and a decent re publican is just as good a citizen as a decant democrat or a decent allianceman. When a man is not decent his politics has nothing to do with it. A rogue may profess to belong to a church yet that does not make him a christian. A scamp may claim to enjoy the confidences of a political party--yet that party is not re sponsible for his claims Fight it out on principles, and. let the dead past alone. There are enough living issues, and there is no necessity to go into the grave for ammunition to shoot at the enemy. THE REASON WHY. A gentleman called yesterday and wanted to know why we were supporting Mayor Angieu. We told him that it was our business, as we understood it, to make a choice.when two candidates were running. Especially was this true when both candidates were on the same party. But in this case they are not on the same platform. One is the champion of pro gression and enterprise the other is the champion of ignorance and backward motions. Christian opposed with all his miirht the erraded school building. We hold that.a man who is mayor of a city should be in favor of educating the chil dren of the community at the city's ex pense. We hold that a man should not be chosen mayor of a city who would, if past actions are to be considered as a criterion, tear down that a hich enterprise builds or throw cold water upon that which enterprise suggests. Progression is The Globe's motto and for that reason it cannot consistently plead the cause of Jasper Christian, no more than a live man can vote for him. . It seems now, in this brighter light, that Mrs. Kidder and Mrs. Gotten ihould get some genuine support from ach city. What is the matfer with Dur ham, through her town commissioners, starting the business off with a subscrip tion of $500? Holy horrors! some will ay five cents or nothing is enough. 'Squire Angier is entitled to the sup port of this people. He is honest and he is deserving. He did not fight against the public schools and Christian did. Why should a man ask to be mayor of & live city who is opposed to education? Rats! PANTS- DO COME. THE MACHINES FOR THE PANTS FACTORY COME TO-DAY. Now let all help the ladies and let us build a decent place for North Carolina at Chicago during the fair. the fur with fury will commence to fly. ft r ..a oti; ior -nayoi; angieu is not a vote agatnst the democratic ticket. It is a vote for a man who has always been a democrat and who is a democrat and vh favors progression and enterprise. brought sorrow and grief to households where there was no house; when the mailed hand of that fearful Destiny es tranged and destroyed then it was that the "carpet bagger." was among these people and his presence was a Shape which should have been, and was, feareL But as Lee and Grant met and fixed up all those differences some twenty-seven The women of Durham met to-dav, and they will attempt to do something about the World's fair building, which years S. is n bad taste for the demo- will bo a reception room and not an cx- ocra"c editors to print in their papers an hibition hall. Lot all iru-r un thr iim advertisement inviting men from the and pennies. North to come and purchase property and dwell among us, and then editorially A vote ior ii iKK Angieu is the re- call those who do ccme "carpet bazzers" .. e I cogniuon oi a poor man Dut one who is and "nigger lovers." Such, business i absolutely honest. The poor should re- the business of a narrow mind. It shows ceive the suffrages of the people if they hatred and it shows prejudice and it is are Honest ana capaWe and deserving, not humanitv ;jt ire Angieu is all of these. Dtuing January and February, of this year, twenty-nine postollkes have been established in this state, and sevtn have been discontinued. Of the twenty nine new postollices, four are in Mecklenburg count'. They are liiddleville, Cotton wood, Fennimorc and Sheva. The New Yrk Morning Advertiser and a hummer it is gets there with all its feet. It is now giving a bound book to each purchaser of the Sunday edition, anu me oniy irouuie is, it cannot print enough papers to supply the demand. The Advertiser is, as The Globe remarked when Cockuell started it, sure to be the paper of New York. There are fifty thousand young men at the North looking for locations, and the South, as Ciiauncy Dei'EW tells them, is the place to go. They had no hand in the war; thev were kids or yet unborn when the storm swept in its fearful fury, and they are not supposed to know. Yet it is possibly true that tfleir fathers fought that ight, aud from another stand point. Rut no matter. The war has ended and the carpet bag ger is a thing of the past the same as the southern confederacy is a thing of the past. We have a great country a country rich in a baU million possibilities, and TTlita It Comes to the Matter of Manu facturing Pants It Would Seem Now That Durham Is Wildly In It. The pants factory to be located in North Durham is in no way a myth. The pants have not .arrived but the ewing machines are here. Col. Brodie Duke, who never does things on the half shell, has all in sight. The machines are here. The operatives will be here and the man whose name Is not Pants Can easily secure a title. This is a Durham industry and Dur ham is a hummer. LOOK AT THIS. William A. Lehr of EendallTUle, Ind., says Hood's Hood's Sarsaparilla Is King of Medicines And HI 3 Cure "Was Almost a R2irac!e ' C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. "Gentlemen: "When I was 14 years of age I was confined to my bed for several months ty an attack of rheumatism, and when I had partially recovered I did not have the use-of. my less, so that I had to go on crutches. About a year later, Hcrmt a la, In the form of Whlto Swellings, appeared on various parts of my body, and, f r eleven years I was an Invalid, being ca fined i my bed six years. In that time ten or eleven of these sores appeared and broke, causing me great pain and suffering. Several times pieces of bone worked out of the sores, rhysiciuus did not help mc and I Became Discouraged I went to Chicago to visit a sister, as It was thought a change of air and scene might do me good. But I was confined to my bed most of the time. I was so Impressed with the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla In cases similar to mine that I decided to try it. So a bottle was bought, and to my great ratification the sores soon decreased, and I egan to feel better. This strengthened my faith in the medicine, and in a short time I was Up and Out of Doors a To make a long story short, I continued to take Hood's Sarsaparilla for a year, wfien I had become so fully released from the chains of disease that I took a position with the Flint & Walling Mfg. Co.. and since that time ' have not lost a single day on account of sickf.ess. I always feel well, am in good spirits, and have a good appetite. I endorse Hood's Sarsaparilla for it has been a great blessing to me," and to my friends my recovery seems almost mirac ulous. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla is the King oi an meuicines." WILLIAM A. J.EHR, Ho. 9 Korth Railroad st, Kendallville, Ind. Hood's Pills cure Biliousness. PLACE YOUR. ORDERS -FOU- Jbz3 UEo IE CZ ZEd ESTIMATES FURNISHED My Brick are the Best Ma.de in this State, -AND- I Guarantee Them to" Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DURHAM, N. C. A Flue Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Price. The Trinity Land company who.it will be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the propert' laid off and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now ready to sell the lots to any; person desiring to build. It is the intention of the company to build up a nice community out there. Lots will be sold reasonable, as it is not the purpose df this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. A AVine Young Woman. Youn Adolphus Fitzwilliaai, he loved a fair maid. But to ask her to marry him he was af raid. Because of catarrh, which she had very tad : So much so that often the youth w;i.!uite(rlad To omit, at the partinr. the kiss of the lover. The reason of this she ct out to discover. '"Catarrh makes me loathsome. It's fatal to love. O, darling Adolphns. by all that's above, I vow I'll not loe thee if something there H To drive out catarrh and to ewer-ten a kiss." Sothis wise young woman becan search ing for a cure, and good luck attended her. She found Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem edy, at the drug store, and felt convinced that a preparation which the proprietors bad such confidence in that they were willing to offer to pay $500 for "a case they cannot cure, must be werth trying. She bought it. She tried it. It cured her. And when Adolphus kissed her at the altar last week, her kiss was as sweet and pure as roses in June. Girls, a word of advice: If you want a lover to stay a lover, you must get rid of catarrh. Do as this sensible girl did, and fret the only sure remedy for this disgust ng and dangerous disease Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE. And as cheap as any dealer. A4so, we carry in stock all kinds of Dressed Ceiling end Flooring. Shingles and Laths. Come and see up. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop. Main street. H. C. HOVTELL, CO., Durham. N.C. LINDSAY FAUCETTE WILL Handle all Baggage Orders left at Michaels' and at .Vearby's Drug Stores will receive prompt attention. CHAIiGKS KEASONAIJI.K! And Facilities Second to None in the Oity. Give him an Order. VAULT WORK! I will do Vault Work in Cemetery and do first-class work. For grown people white coat or bard finish beneath the ground f 35; Infant i- All kinds of Brick and Mason work done promrtly and at prict- which will be sati&fac t0rJ J. W. N EATH EETT, Durham. N. C. TRINITY COLLEGE. Winter term begins first week in January. 1892, at Trinity. Randolph county. N. C. New Catalogue now in pre will be nulled free on application to rbe President. ON TOP OF THE HEAP o MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' FINS SPRING CLOTHING! . o OUR LINES TIIISSISPRING OUTDO AXy. THUNO WE'VE EVER SHOWN. o- In a Large t Variety of Patterns, f JtlllxXS ! STRAW DE3LA.a?S! l PLEATED, 1 PLAIN. NEGLIGEE i STIFFS ! AS WELL AS FELT AND CRUSIIERS. TIFFS' i I Xcckwear The Neatest Ever Shown! i ! Turner's Hand Sewed SHOES-- Turner's HatHl-S, I In Consress. Button and Lace. W. SLATER CO., Northwest Corr.er Main Street, Durham, N. C. WE ARE STILL IN IT! 0 Starke's Dixie Plows, $1.90! GENUINE DIXIE i FARMERS fi Plow Points 90 Cents a' Dozen ! Avery Double Shovel Plows, Hoes, Rakes, Mattocb. Chains, Ilames, Etc. Also Builders' Hardware. . SEE OUR $10.00 COOK STOVE! j&JE . Hardware 'Store, JDTJTJEZZSlML. 1ST. O. Seeing is Believing' And a rood iunp Wh must be simple; when it is not simple it is J WArtnot cood. 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