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riiiS DUKHAM DAI Li Y fcH.OBB, TUESDAY, JULY 19.
IHic Surham (Globe. U AL rAIKHKOTHEK. TheOloue U published every day (Sunday exc T-Ui) and delivered by carrier at 16.00 a vmt- or rj cents a month. The G lobe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a Iarre ei?ht-page p:ijr, containing all the news, and is sent by tnatl t 11.50 a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church ttreets. Globe telephone, No. 50. AnvEHTiia hates. Space for one week 6 ce nts per inch per issue when over 5 inches are taken. i-pace per mor,tb, f 2 per inch. Koa linK matter 1') cents a lino each insertion lJu?incs3 notices Scents per line each icser- tif-n. Ail advertisements nr.-i noticed continued until ordered out. Addrcia all communications to TIIK GI.OliK, Durham. N. C The Gloise is entered at the jxr-toMice. Dur ham, S. C, us mail matter as the m-vunn cia DL'ICIIAM, X. C. TL'KSDAY, Jl'LV 1602. tiik cjloiu-: fok is!j 1 r 6l v ... t .:2 Will call things by their real names ami 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 light for the development and prosperity of the Xew South, and it asks the patronage of all honet men. i ok ri:i;siii;NT: THIS IS TOUGH At a funeral the other day the funeral of a woman who was poor amV whose husband was poor a cheap pine box, J land the misery and the terrible curse of ! the damning blight but stop it Xever! I'ecause then these great theoretical re formers would belike Colonel Othello stained with a nickel's worth of some . with his occupation gone. They want jmmmmK 7 Tiiky s:iy that the water at the reser voir is low airain. Not enough rain. Votk against the alliance and help out on a white man's party for the South. Tun fund for Hknton has now passed the fifty dollar mark. Come on with your lucre. Di uiiAM is prouder of her lire boys than ever before. They are hummers witli many horns. All people should respord on the Hkn ton fund, because it will cost but little to eac h person, and" it M ill do one man a world of irood. Mi;. Sam Adams has gone to Morehead If the sample of sow bosom which he sent us was of his own selection he needs morehead. Tiik Vamist of the Yam Farm will oon make a trip to the great metropo liswhere he will employ liou Yamists for next year's crop. Join The Glohk in securing money to send to Keeley a man who is chained to the chariot of rum, and who wants to be decent. All contributions will be duly ncknow ledged. Now it is a matter for you to decide. The confederate soldier wants to go to Keeley and if we all say so, at a small expense to us, he can be cured. Come with your contribution, and we will tell you all about it. coloring liquid, was the cotlin which made her narrow bed in the quiet prison cell. That pine box would have cost about two dollars and fifty cents had those who sold it had any regard for conscience, for duty, for that charity which is due and so often is not given. IJut the ghouls and human hyenas who sold the cheap pine allair exacted twelve dollars, and the pauper could have no cheaper affair, understand. The man who had to pay the bill he did not ob ject. It was not his style to say that he c juld not afford to buy fcr his dead wife the cheapest box yet those who sold it got twelve dollars. It may be all right but we believe it is all wrong. Ye believe that no human being has a right to rob a corpse or the friends of the corpse while the corpse is fresh. It is easy enough to skin your old fatheroutof something. It is easy enough to rob 3 0UI mother it is easy to do nianj' things but it is the easiest thing in the world to take advantage of a heart-broken and grief stricken father, husband or brother when that dread day comes. 1'eople walk on tip-toes in front of death. They view the dead with tearful eyes and no yoice speaks. The ghoul who comes in and robs those friends and it is robbery, pure and simple well, there is no place for him. When men become vampires and think with those who think that might makes right; when they say there is a lone woman, she can not defend herself there is a grief stricken father let us set upon him we tell you people that such business should be unlawful that it should be made the same crime as if you robbed the man in any other way. Twelve dollars for a piue box and that a coilin twelve dollars for some thing that had to be purchased twelve dollars filched from a poor man to bury his dead wife and yet the world points to men who coin the dollars in that way as being successful business men. AYe believe that the world is wrong. Here we find men and women with socie- ies. to raise funds to send missionaiies to Alnca and God knows where we find them raising money to regulate the appetite of men, but we hear nothing about the protection which should be given those who are obliged to die. It is well enough to figure on some comfort in the next world, but one should take iride in going out of this in a decent manner. Suppose the case : Suppose that the citizens of a town who did not believe in robbery would have a general fund have a company and organize a coffin reposi torycompany, depot, manufacturing concern, anything so it sold coffins at a living profit only. Then when Death danced his dizzy whirl you could go there and be protected. Make a contrast. If a pauper dies the county buries him. His pine box costs but five dollars while the man who is not a pauper is charged twelve for the same business. It is not perhaps a subject that is juicy, but we are in favor of this community eeing to it that a poor man can buy a pine box for Ids wife's grave at some thing reasonable. The case in question is not the only one where exoibitant prices have been charged. The Yampires should go. LET THEM AT IT. If the rampaut prohibitionists are re ally sincere in their alleged professions why, in the name of all that is good, do they not accept the truth and take advantage of things in sight? It has been proven beyond reasonable doubt that the Keeley cure takes drunkards by the nape of the neck and yanks them out of the gutter. It lands them high and dry upon the bauks of prosperity it casts their lines in pleasant places it makes strong men of weak men : good men of wicked men ; citizens to be sid mired where now they are despised and there is evidence unchallenged to this effect. AVith much pretense to pitty with viced and scoundrelly viciousness the drunkard is assailed, denounced and damned by these great pretenders and prayers roll around the throne in won derful profusion for the drunkard's sake but what does it mean ? . Here comes the wonderful Keeley the wizzard of a dozen centuries, and, without theory but with boneless facts and a quarter of a million absolute dem onstrations to back his claims says he can cure the drunkard. Iut no society do we see helping the unfortunate. The prohibs, the great and only, do not want to monkey with the poor sots. Oh, no. They want to attend meetings and tell all about the desolation their jobs, it appears from accumulative evidence, a great deal more than they want anything else. If the pretenders would expend their idle moments in raising funds to cure drunkards instead of abusing them, it would be more effective. All prohibi tionists abue the poor devil chained to the chariot of rum they fear the men who make the traffic lawful. AT KANDUH. There's a lanl that is hotter than this, Oi course" you will wonder where Jt is where there is no dizzj- Miss And people heave soft eoal an J swear. The above poem was thought by Colonkl Chaki.ev Whitaker, who was once our weather prophet. It is understood that those who do not eat wild blackberries never need to grease them selves with sow bosom. Colonel Sam Adam sleeps in a barrel of grease and tells people he has been to Athens. AVe receive, at the hour of goinv to press. information that the boy did not stand upon the burning deck. It was Colonel Kobin son. of the Asheville Citizen. The Old Man, on the evening of the 2.sth, as will be noticed by the programme elsewhere printed, will talk at Charlotte upon the jour nalists of North Carolina, The loathsome e- temiKraries who abuse us should have a eare. We shall roast "em. Colonel Staruettk swears by his I ea d that this is hot enough for him. The Editors Next Week. Charlotte News. The North Corolina Press association will convene in the dining parlor of the Belmont Hotel, on AYednesday morning, July 27, at 10 o'clock. Prayer w ill be offered by Dr. A. (i. MeManaway. An address of welcome will be delivered by Dr. R. J. Brevard, mayor of the city. At the afternoon session the president's ad dress will be delivered, and the historian will read his paper. At p. m. there will be an excursion around the city in a spe cial train passing over six lines of rail road. The train will start from the Carc- linaCentral depot on Trade street. Short stops will be tirade at the principal man ufacturing establishments. At 7:30 p m. there will be an excursion to the nark on the electric railway. At there will be a public session at the hall of the Y. M. C. A. where the annual ora tion will be delivered by Mr. AY. Y. Scott, of the Lenoir Topic, and an ad dress on "The city of Charlotte," by Mr. J. L. Chambers, president of the cham ber of commerce. Thursday, July 2 : At 0 o'clock the fire department will respond to an alarm. The morning and afternoon session will be devoted to the discussion of topics re lating to journalism. At p. m. a ride will be given the editors over the city in carriages, starting from the public square and visiting various places of interest and arriving at the park at 7 o'clock, when a photograph of the body will be taken by J. II. an Ness. At night a banquet will be given in honor of the association by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. Mr. J. L. Cham bers will be toastmaster and the follow ing responses will be made: 1. The Constitution will it prove ade quate to the growth of our population and progress of civilization J. It. Jerni gan, State Chronicle. 2. The Shillalah in the school and at the fireside C. D. Stevens, Southport Leader. The Young Man in Literature J. II. Myrovcr, Charlotte Observer. 4. The Journalists of North Carolina Col. Al Fairbrother, Dluiiam Gloke. ii. The Young Man in Politics II. A. London, Pittsboro Record. The Bachelor J. P. Cook, Concord Standard. 7. The Governor of North Carolina A AY. McDairmid, Lumberton Robeson ian. s. Christopher Columbus Thad R. Manning, Henderson Gold Leaf. !. The Marvel Natural Progress Rev. B. F. Long. 10. Our North Carolina Senators E. P. Harper, Newberne Journal. 11. The Educators of North Carolina AY. H. Miller, Shelby Aurora. 12. The Old North State E. E. II il liard, Scotland Neck Democrat. LOOK AT THIS. A Fine Chance to Get it Home at Low and Reasonable I'rice. The Trinity Land company who, it w ill be remembered, bought the T. B. Lyon land near Trinity college only a few weeks ago, have already had the property laid oil 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 of this company to try to make a fortune out of it. For prices, etc., apply to J. B. AYarrcn, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. The Handsomest Lady In Durham Remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's BaUam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merit any druggist will give you'a Sample Bottle Free. Large size jOc and $L To counteract the desire for strong drink take Simmons Liver Regulator. P)EUCATETO70f,1EN Or Debilitated Women, should use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR. Every ingredient possesses superb Tonic properties and exerts a wonderful influ ence in toning up and strengthening her system, by driving through the proper channels all imnuritiei He.-dth nnd j strength guaranteed to result from its use. wife, vr ho was bedridden for sigh. . teen months, after using Uradfleld'm renin ie jiguiaior ior two uiuoilu l getting 7ell.' J. M. Johttox. Malvern, Ark. BBADriELD TJesuhtor Co.. Attain, Ca. Swid by Drugiita at $1.00 per bottle. warn lite 1 SOLID ON TOP OF THE HEAP I o MEN'S, P.OYS' AND YOUTHS' FINE SPRING CLOTHING! -0- OUR LLNES THIS SPRING OlTlX) TIIIXCJ WE'VE EVER SHOWN, ANY -o- u v A. A -A- a sv - w j 4. 4Sfc tffe 9 FKOM- In a Larire Varktr of Pattern. ) -sAIRTS f V STEA'CT" HATS! ( NKr.LKiKK. MS, ST. LOUIS MS PEORIA TO- Kansas City, St. Joseph, DEXVEK, ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars! Free liCclining Chair Cars! OXI.Y One rhanc of Cars- to the Pacific ('oast. TIPP' A Kl'LL LINE. w'I'Mm. O L 1 I r D.. AS WELL AS FELT ANI CUTSIIKKS. Mil 1 J Neckwear The Neatest Kver Shown! Turner's Hand-Sewed SHOES Turner's ll;md In Congress, llutton and Lace. TV. SLATEB CO Northwest Comer Main Street, Durham, X. ('. THK BKST KINK KliH 3STe"sorsislCL, Colcradc, Till: 15 LACK III LI, H, AND AI.I. POINTS NORTH WEST. A. C. DAWES. i,. 1 - T. A . St. Ltaiis, Mo. II. It. TODD. (Jen. Atr'iit, Nahvilk Tenn. QiilC'.CLY. THOROUGHLY, FCR EVER CURED by a new pcrtcctrr: scicntiile method thai cannot fail unless tlu wi' Jiiii. Voti feel iraDniTW the l!rst day, feel a bene fit every day: HOOilkllOW yourself a K;n anionf no mm r - jC' U- b J nien in body, mind fini fci'i'OH -s heart. Drains nnl o.--: ended. Every ot-?'ac! 7 j h Ml '! uc!c happy moved. Nerve force will, enerpy, bruin power, when failing or lost arc restored by this trer.t piont. All smallond weak portions of the body en larged and strengthened. "Victims of abuses and excesses reclaim your n:t?:hod ! Sufterers tro: i lolly.ovcrwork.ii! hprilt'i, regain your vitror! Don't ci sj.air.even it in the last (tapes. Don't hedi.-hcart enod if quacks have roi- bed you. lA'tusshowyou that ineaical (science and ruJne5 honor still exist; here ko hand In hand. Writ for our Jtook. with explanations A proofs, mailed sealed Tree. Over ,000 reference. ERI3 MEDICAL CO. , BUFFALO, IT. X Headquarter,'', Kaleiuh. Durham OMiee, H. .!. Hrown, An,:, Hotel Driver. MTSiUKWDflEVF "Seeing Is Bslkmr" A): t a com . :. Vj- JHIa must be simple; n ir i", net su;! . 1: ii 'ti '. not good. Si ;;. JlsaMu'u', G,1-i ip t A-ords mean much, but i ;-'.e " ! iii UoctieLter " fJ VV will impress the iruth i ore irr;i;!v. Ail mct.d, V. ' tough and seamles', and iii.uif t.iri'e picc ; -i'y, :::.-. (I it is absolutely safs .md w:vn-jr:.iie. Like A!: iiliii j&y U rf ol l it i; ind ''(i r w )Mii.-r'i: .iir 'i : TWA mr- E velous liglit is purer r. I bri;.:lit- r : - i ; - . !i.!,t, r softer than electric, li'hi ar.(i r.iopj r., : cu. cr. A. A. SEARS, Livery, M and Sale Stab 2 ' IB I Main St., below Banner Warehouse. DUKIIA3I, X. C. TERMS STRICTLY CASH ! Careful Drivers Furnished at all Times, Day or Night. O-ire IsEe sl Oa.ll ! TliLMTV COLLEGE. Tne next session opens September 1, at Durnan: m the iic-w LuildiiiKS on Trinity 1'ark. seemJei ai tuientsot msti uetion. ABupeiioi tacinty. .New laboratories, libraries and mu- si-uui. Finest Uorinitorus in the state. Ex penses reasonably low. All courses oien to local patronage. Catalogues may le nad at Gattis iKok store, or by applying to the pies idcnt. l or rooms apply to JUILN t. CKOWKLL, Pres.. 'irinity 1'ark, Durham, ..C. D K. J. J. lUAXlON, With fifty years' experience as. a General Practitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens ot Durham. 11 is sjecialties : Mucous Membranes, Olands and Serves (lemaies in particular'. Indigestion, Uronchitis. SH.rolula, Constipation ana Headache, secondary and Hereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern Jon's. OiLeeover Jones' Jewelry Store. Office hours, . v iock a. m.. to 1- m., and from 2 p. m.. to p. Look for thisstanip Thk K .-.t -t I " ' :?; i''-r Hun tthf v&'jtTV ani we will yeiul y.u a 1..:: t iy Sv .-.- - t..-.ii.c ti our i,li0 I varieties from the lxnrt!t .;ir m :Kc '...:' ML "The Rochester." A FULL PURSE! -o- It is a very satisfactory tiling t tcinplatc. Those who squander money on poor joods and had bargains have thin purses. GET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. -o- This is the season of the year that you need Fly Imii and Fly Traps. These Wire Window Screens at 40 and o()-ent are 1 1 1 - cheapest thing out. Our Lawn Mowers at 5..), $i.0) and are rxriviii.-ly low and tliev make it a pleasure to cut gra--. White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Ktc, at K' Bottom Prices. CALL AND SEE ls AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOKE. DLItllA.1I, X. C. jffZZ. - Zr, V '-i A i V Xr-'' tr ' ' Wc deal with all parts of the Country. Send your orders to 44 The Globe," or tc us direct cf, L. HILL PRINTING CO., RICHMOND, m