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THE DUB HAM DAILY GLOBE, SATUBDAY. JULY 2.
SPic Jhirluun guilt! 5lobe. By AI. FAIRBEOTBEB. Thb Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivered by earner at i year, or 50 cents a month. Thk Globe circu lfltes throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, c ontaining all the news, and is sent by mail at tl.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. Globe telephone, No. 50. ADVERTISING! BATES. Space for one week 6 cents per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Hnace per month, f 2 per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. IJusiness notices 5 cents per line each inser 1 ion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THIS GLOBE, Durham, N. C The Glome is entered at the postoJIice, Dur ham, N. C, as mail matter as the second class, DU1UIAM, N. C. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1892. THIS GLOBE FOK 1802 WW 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. Jt will continue to tell the truth and jerk the mask oil' of pious and pretending frauds. It will not waver in its fight for the development and prosperity of the New South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. IT FLIES. People who have made promises to The Globe to pay what they owed, must remember that time Hies. It is a way that time has. Those who have promised and fail to call at the office with the stufl", will be given the advantage of an explanation to the cflect that they lied about what they owed. All must come and whack some thing. It is nearly time for the fifth party to have a national convention. "Clkve and Stkvi-T are just now wait ing to be notified oP'their nomination. Such matters of form are wearisome. A i touDiNu to The Citizen, Asheville is making great preparations for the fire laddies who will visit the Land of the Sky this month. 1'noK. J. C. Bakek, the Charlotte weather prophet, has mapped out a good season for July, so the farmers may re joice and be glad. Pkofessok Blah:, of Winston, who is also more or less a colonel, has been niade president of the teachers associa tion. This is well. J. H. Watts, of New York, has won a law suit and scored an enormous disap pointment at the same time. His suit was for $:0,(K0 and the jury gave him six cents. The CiLoiie is in a very good position to state that the ordinance which refers to riding bicycles on the sidewalk is a farce when compared to other things which are emphatic nuisances. The prohibition party in convention assembled has decided against free coin age. The resolutions committee reported in favor of free coinage, but that plank was voted down by a large majority. The people of St. Joseph, Mo., not only enter a vigorous protest against the pro posed removal to Chicago, for exhibition at the World's fair, of the house in which Bob Fokd killed Jesse James, but have 'taken steps to squelch the abominable scheme by having the house torn down. AS TO KEELET The Globe has no apologies, to offer for its endorsement of the Keeley insti tute. The old man has not been through it hence he has no false idea concern ing the treatment. Our observation i3 where we base an opinion. In the West we know dozens of the very brightest fellows who were chained to the chariot of rum, and Keeley cured them. Not for a month, but for years, and to-day they are properous and prospering. Others in the Wrest have been cured for months and they insist that they are cured for all time. In North Carolina there have been cures which seem real miracles and here in Durham at least twenty good men and true who could not shake off the appe tite, have gone to Greensboro and they have returned new men. Some time ago we asked a gentleman who is up on the different cures, to mail us his opinion in regard to which cure was the best. This is what he writes, and his name is for publication if we de sire to print it : "Is there anything better than the Keeley treatment !" No, nothing on this earth. Dn. Keeley spent more than thirty years in his labors in perfecting his cure and it is so perfect and complete that in the hands of Dus. Dunn am and Rexx there is only one in fifty not cured and they are numbered among the incurables. In the hands of less skillful men it is less efficient, but the remedy and discovery of Dr. Keeley remains the same. The writer is personally acquainted with the discoverers of some of the so called gold cures and knows that their great discoveries (! !) were thrown upon the "stock market" with no intention to do anything more than sell territory and reap a harvest from gullible speculators Their "discoveries" have none of the good qualities of the Keeley treatment, and the deaths resulting from their use are not only frequent but are often charged against the Keeley people. The truth, is that these so-called "gold cures" are re sponsible for all the confusion that exists upon this subject. You will find upon examining adverse authorities that they give what purports to be Dr. Keeley's formula for bis remedy all containing the most dangerous and deadly poisons, and these so-called "discoverers," believing it to be true, use them in a greater or less degree, resulting in mistreatment and often in death. The truth is that Dr. Keeley's remedies are so harmless that a two-year-old child can take them in reasonably large doses with no delete rious effects. I wish to add that the market is not flooded with Keeley stock, although it's the only investment in a liquor cure that is worth more than the paper it is written upon. It has the prestige of both age and utility and the holders of the Keeley are not alarmed at the presence of any other "discovery." There are now many cures on the market, but the Keeley cure is the one, in our judgment, that will stand the test of time. MR. DIXON AND TAMMANY. Editok The Citizen : As a native of North Carolina and a southerner being slandered and vilietid and hounded bvaset of thusrsto whom the words truth and honor are unknown terms, will you, as a personal favor to me and in jus tice to my friends in the South, reprint for your reauers me enclosed report ol my last Sunday's review of current events. bincerely. Thomas Dixon, Jr. 01 W. itlth St., New York, June 20. If, in the opinion of The Citizen, any good cause was served we would gladly print tne matter Mr. Dixo sends us. But so much of what he said from a christian pulpit last Sunday ought never to have been said in a pulpit at all, if anywhere, that we cannot find room for it. Some of Mr. Dixon's sermon is probably true; some of it he cannot by any possibility know to be true, as we pointed out a day or two ago. W e have no love for Tammany, but the place to right it is not from a church pulpit, and tne weapons must be those of moderate statement and absolute truth. 'Rah for The Citizen and 'rah for Rob inson, who edits it. Tom Dixon simply has a vocabulary and has no moderation concerning its use. He is attempting, and we regret at times successfully, the free advertising dodge. Tom Dixon uses the livery of the court of heaven to play the devil in. He is a good man, but he is a misguided one. All his eloquence and words and ideas seem to drift into degenerate channels he is after the vulgar coin, and he is get ting it. The Citizen saw the difference between duty and sentiment and it has said so. As UK SAW IT. "I have been looking on," writes Reu ben, "but I fail to find much to interest me these days. I see that they have about a dozen parties in the field all howling and whooping for their own particular benefit claiming themselves to be godlike and purity itself the while hurling at all opposition the vilest epi thets that quick and keen brains can coin. I think that the world is too jeal ous, it is too much on the razzle dazzle plan ; it wants everything at a hop, skip and a jump it is a whizzer, but it fries to get there too quick. "Suppose the case that the people qui etly went to work and quietly selected a man who was a good man, who would listen and who would do, and thus run the government ? "Do you know that I think a king one man for life is better than this free style of free government of which we speak and talk and write. I would have a string to the king racket I would make it possible for the people to heave dynamite at him if he tried to monkey with things. In other words, I believe that the people will adjust all things as they should be adjusted. If we find dis content it must have been brought about by some general disorder which is, un natural. If a wheel calls for grease it is being imposed upon, and if a nation shouts it simply wants the oil of justice. You can't tell me that everything is all right if a majority says it is wrong. The majority, in spite of fate, is the whole business, and the whole business is bound to receiye decent respect. "I am in favor of letting all these par ties take a rest, and the people quietly take a hand and do business from the old stand. "When Washington was treading the path of glory well, he was not con fronted with so many cranks as genius and ability meets these days. AS IT IS. The Durham Globe in its police re port, puts it that "Charles Rogers, drunk and staggering, was fined, $5." A reader wishes to know if anything was added on for the "staggering," and if so how much ? In other words, does "stag gering" constitute of itself an offense. In many places the authorities excuse staggering, and only charge when the victim is "down." The legislature ought to interfere so as to insure uniformity in all our towns. Staggering doesn't cost a cent in Greensboro unless it is of a decidedly threatening character. The Greensboro Workman. For the benefit of the above enquirer we will repeat that the above named man was fined $5.00 for being drunk and staggering. We do not allow staggering men upon our streets, and staggering is an offense within itself. We fine a man $o.50 for a whiff of polluted breath. We consider any staggering man a "threatening character" and wc are pre pared to prove it. The New York Advertiser discovers a mare's nest as follows : There are 25,- 000 .democratic soldier voters in the state of New York, and, what with the nomination of Cleveland and Steven son and the bill approved by a demo cratic governor to reimburse drafted men, with, interest, for the money paid for their substitutes, a more disgruntled lot of soldiers has never been seen. Well might General Sickles wave his crutch in the Chicaga convention and declare that Cleveland would never receive the soldier vote. This promises to be a great year for democratic vet erans to stay at home or go 'to the- polls and vote as the' shot. AT RANDOM. We are waiting till the cost mark is a little lower made, We are waiting till the suckers come to us and make a trade, We are waiting till the shadow 'neath the awning dimly pales, We are waiting, waiting, waiting, to' increase our daily sales. All of this could be avoided by placing an advertisement in The Globe, which is a hum mer with horns. Dn. Johnson painted his face with Indian Red and scalped Colonel IIauris this after noon. Those who expect to see Colonel Jake Woodall's museum should, consult John Word, who is the press agent, and who will give you A Pass. Colon'el Sheppe yesterday wrote his last will and the revised copy of the testament. Colonel Cave, who has been on the Yam Farm for several months, was bounced. He simply stole too many oats and too much corn. But then he has a kar rackter, and who would jump on him ? www It will only be two days until the Fourth of July. Wait for it. www The Old Man of this Print Shop has his shoes decorated With Paint. A Note of Warning to the Public. As a matter of justice to ourselves and to the reputation of Dr. Leslie E. Kee ley's Double Chloride of Gold Remedies for the cure of the Liquor, Opium, Mor phine and Tobacco Diseases, and Neuras thenia, we warn the public that these remedies are used by no institution or sanitarium in the United States, except those established by our company under the uniform name of "The Keeley Insti tute." All others claiming to use our remedies are frauds and imposters. We have now sixty Keeley Institues established in various parts of the United States, where the Keeley Treatment is ad ministered, and the Keeley remedies sold. We, however, caution all to examine well and know that they are dealing with gen uine representatives, authorized by us, be fore taking treatment or purchasing remedies. The fraudulent establishments use the name of "Bi-Chloride of Gold" or similar titles. The newspapers do not discrimi nate sufficiently to know that they are imitators, and so put down all accidents occurring at such establishments as being brought about by the Keeley Treatment. This is a matter of much concern to us, and hence this warning. Respectfully yours, The Leslie E. Keeley Co., Curtis J. Judd, Sec'y and Treas. D wight, III., April 30, 1S92. If you would be rid of chills and fever take Simmons Liver Regulator. fegg it 7 Mrs. Mary Asten f Lowisburjr, Pa., suffered untoM agony from broken raricoe rHn, with intense itch i i;.' ;n.'l hurainc. the recommendation of a 1 llysician shjtook EKIood's Sarsaparilla r::irt used IIooc!'s Olive Ointment. Soon the i:Uvrs lejran to lial. the inflammation ceased, she was completely cured, and says. " I enjoy h?: iih as 1 ii.tva nut for many years." We are ncrsonally acquainted with Mrs. Asten and know the above to be true." J. S. OnirFix & fcM-N, Lewisburg, Pa. HOOD'8 PlLLS cure Ila'uitual Constipation by restoring peristaltic action of the alimentary canaL DURHAM SUPPLY CO. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY -FOK- PEOPLE WHO WALK ZE3I SHOES That Shoe Business of ours is run by an expe rienced "Shoe" Man." The manager knows the truth about Shoes and Leather, and tells it." He under stands Shoes, and that can be honestly said about few shoe dealers. Just Received ! Four styles Ladies' and Misses' Oxford Slippers. They arrived late and will be sold at cheap prices. ZW All proper sorts of Shoes for men and women, boys and girls, are here at eminently proper prices that is cheap. DurhamiSupply Co. white iiijmy plants iO Cents a Hundred. These plants are very large and very fine. Ilest for this section. 11. II1BHEHD, Rose Hill Nursery, Durham, N. C. ON TOP OF THE HEAP o MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' FINE SPRING CLOTHING! o : OUR LINES THIS SPRING OUTDO ANY THING WE'VE EVER SHOWN. I( PLEATED, PLAIN. NL(J LIU EE. -O In a Large Variety of Patt cm. .1 SHIRTS? STRi5LT HATS ! TrTOTTvM A FULL LINE, C'IMim, o L l r r o : as well as felt and ciiushehs. o i Neckwear The Neatest Ever Shown ! Turner's Hand-Sewed SHOES Turner's Han-lS . Ia Congress, Button and Lace. W. 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