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i-hk. HT ffHAM DAIL.V WLiOBlS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1ST
(The Ihirham gailg (Globe. By AL FAIKUEOTHER. Tn Globe is published every day (Sunday excepted) and delivoiel by carrier at 16.00 a year, or 50 cent a month. 7 H c G lobe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The Weekly Globe is a large eight-page paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at fl-V) a year in advance. Office Corner Main and Church streets. f 5 lobe telephone, No. 50. ADVEUTISIN-Q RATES. Space for one week cents per inch per issue, when over 5 inches are taken. Space per month, t'Z per inch. Heading matter 10 cents a line each insertion. HusineKB notices 5 cents per line each inser tion. All advertisement and notices continued until ordered out. Add reus ail communications to Till: GI.OBK, Durham, N. C. The Gi.mbk is entered at the poMoilice. Dur ham. N. as mail matter as the second class. I'L'KIIAM, N. i . SATUiDAY, Al'Ul'ST 2 7, lb&2. A ; JL Will cull tilings by their real names and name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined circula tion of all other papers. i. :i Innii 1 r -1 1 i' and jerk the mask on" of pious and pretending frauds. It will not waver in its tight for the development and prosperity oi the Xer.v South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. row i'i:i:sii)i:NT ; Ai.i. the people of Durham welcome Di:. Cauu and his estimable family home from their Kuropeun trip. Ci.k ki.ami is the man lor the Solid South, and the Old North State should irive him a grand majority. Call early if you have sow bosom to trade on Mibseription, as the books in that depattment are about to be closed. Thk Solii! outh is solid to day but more solid than since Shkkman's liber tines came down here and stole all in fi.ht. Thk Keeley Institute i oitig along at a good truit. It turns out men who went there drunk and leaves thim sober. This is p'od enough. lihUVKtN Cl.KKLAM Hinl HaUKIsoN there is no comparison l-ecuue Cli: k lv.nh sweats more brains than IIauki tos" curries under his grandiather's hat. Tnosi. who expect to get the bene lit of the first issue of The Tobacco Plant, some 0,1)00 are to be printed should come a'l tinning. The thing goes out the rirst of September, and will be a whis kered whizer - Wk mist repeat that thete are too many gray uniforms about here, and no one to till 'tin. The boys who were to till em got their hides shot full of north ern lead, and they died iu the field. Our only hope is to avoid the force bill and the miserable pension fraud. Cleveland is the man to help us out. MOKE A1JOUT IT. San Fiiancisco, Cal., Aug. 19, '02. To the Editok One of my republi can friends gave me an article to read which was taken from Mcrat Hal stead's Times-Union.in which he quoted at length from an article which appeared in your issue of August 8, referingto the "army" which invaded the South during the war a9 "bummers, thieves, libertines, scoundrels," etc., and praising our noble standard-bearer for his honest action in vetoing that infamous steal known as the Pension Bill. Now, my aforesaid repub lican friend was much horrified to think that such language should appear in pub lic print, aud since he happens to be one of the kind who are always tlauntjng the bloody shirt, I w ould kindly ask you to give me your amunition that I may meet his attacks. In reading the article re fered to, I noticed that it was prefaced with the remark that The Gloc.e had listened to the republican press' cry of the bloody shirt long enough in silence, and now it would make its reply, which you did in a masterly manner. My re publican friend said he had never seen such open hostility and sectional feeling displayed in the press of the other (re publican) side, and I would kindly ask that you send a clipping of the article or articles which inspired you to answer so scathingly in the article which Mukat Halstlad drew the attention of his readers to. Very respectfully, - Sam I. Wakke.v, bio Oak St.j San Francisco. We do not care anything about ail tin's we do not know what Mi kat IIal stead said 'in The Times l.'nion. We simply know that IIalsteah thought Oka nt was a butcher and Lincoln was something worse. We know that a re publican senate refused to confirm a very important appointment because of IIai stead's miserable treachery in the dark days. lie is a pretty thing thing to be talking about the business, when his record is so much like a seive. Our San Francisco friend will please understand that in this country we re cognie the tact that there were many honorable union soldiers. IJut we pro pose while recognizing that fact, to em phasize another fact which is ; that there were bummers and thieves, camp fol lowers and libertines who plundered homes and who ravished women, and we make bold to say and can prove that half of the pension roll to day is com posed of just such cattle. This paper will only tell the truth. It will not go into the business of a general sation as above written. Go look at the pension roll and then, hide your face, and go look at the army of rascally pensioners. This thing of telling us that a man who was in the war and who was wounded didn't find it out until thirty years after the war was ended, and then he pjdd a pension agent a hundred dollars to tell him about it, is moonshine on a shovel. It is the cheapest kind of rascality en dorsed by a government which prates of its wonderful and many achievements. What we want to say is that the truth will come through these columns and when justice and truth are being admin istered it is not a time for maudlin sen timent. The fellows at the North who work the sentiment racket are only doing it for the offices. "When the old soldiers get on to that and ring oil, they will be much better fixed jn the matter of con science. The San Francisco republican is sim ply waiting for an office, that is all. AS It Kilt EN SUES IT. Kf.i hkn says that he is not in favor of people putting on so much style on Sun day. He says that he would rather see his mother in an old fashion straw sha ker, than to see her diked out with a hat filled with the plumage from a bird of paradise. He says this twisting of new designs this terrible system of attempt ing to outshine and out do is all the very vulgarity of foolishness. He wants to know why it is that the old people who lived a few hundred years ago, and who left honorable records behind them, were not just as good as thus- w ho live to dy and w lio swell about in a double breasted coat w ith a dozen buttons. He wants to know jnst what sort of a fash ion plate the gentle ami low ly and hum ble CriKDiT consulted. None, none, none ! He simply put on his few clothes and was just about as great a man as some third class lawyer of to day who wears his purple and fine linen. The robe of glory beats the robe of protected or unprotected silk. The loom of one's genius brings better goods than the loom of some cotton mill. Fashion plate? are made to catch vulgar rich people. Why do fashions change Merely and only to sell new goods to skin the suckers w ho Aant to buy. If Mns. CJoodlooken was ail right hist year diked out in a bonnet of the Queen Anne style of architecture;, it certainly is not for her to intimate that she would not look all right in the same duds this year. But she does. She wants her faithful and gentle hubby to buy her something which is "late." Ah, these fashion plate makers, how they do chukle at the in credulitj of woman and the foolishness of man in standing it. The North American Indian, who w as dressed in nothing but hectic flush and sunshine, was about as happy,' we ween, as the woman who to-day rigs herself out, in corsets, stays, tight dresses and a dainty boot two sizes too small for her little footsy-wootsy. And Reuben rolled out of the office as a man presented him a bill for sixty two and a half yards of Black Spanish lace which was sold at cost but it was what it cost Keuben. TO ISK SL'RE. Some northern and western papers are firing ai The Dckham Globe for advo cating the election of Cleveland, and denouncing the force bill. The Globe is independent in politics, but Colonel Faikbkothkk knows what is sound in politics as well as in government. He is taking care of himself very well, and he don't burn smokeless pow der either. The sound of his gun is loud and clear. Hav ing made this slate his home he w ilt de fend the interest of our people. Daily State Chronicle. To be sure, Jeknigan. The Globe wants to protect home and state. It is absolutely independent but it does not take much of a philosopher, if a bit of honest- is mixed with.it, to see that Cleveland is the man we want. Will the elaborate gentleman, whom the senate refused to confirm, Mil. Mukat Halstkad, explain why, if he loves the old flag, that he called Git ant and Lin coln butchers. We desire some new in formation from that particular bloody shirt howler. Colon el IIakhy Bass says that he thinks the grade of Mangum street will soon be fixed. This is not news when news is news vet is cheerful informa tion. AT KANDOM. To-morrow is the Sabbath day, Jtemember, though it's hot You should jro hear the parson pray Drop something1 in the slot. And this will do you good, and your contri bution will keep a few imps from the door. It was only about three weeks ago that our bearded prophet predicted rain. Just jrivo him time and the rain will come. The Tobacco Plant, which will soon be issued. is one plant that has not been fired by the heat The editor has been fired, however, by men whom he wanted to talk ad to. Hut then that was to have been expected. The difference between the new tobacco wagon of Colonel Harry Bass and a chariot is that chariots are very often on two wheels, while this one has four. imoDiK Dcke says that Le shair renmi- afl passes over the belt line, unless people quit riding on them. The pass over a railroad is not, he says, meant to pay fare with. In the bright lexicon of youth he should get under the shade. The reservoir will commence to pant again, as the water is getting low round about. Very Well : Let It Go at That. Walt Mason in Fremont (Neb.) Tribune.l Col Al Fairbrolher, of The Durham (N. C.) Globe, dedicates a column edi torial to this department, in which he says that if he ever was a republican he washes his hdnds of that party now, henceforth and forever. The colonel was a republican when in Nebraska, and a good one, as he was a good fellow and a star newspaper man, and The Tribune can only adhere to its original belief that he has been demoralized by the smell of tar, which is said to pervade North Carolina. His Nebraska friends, and their name is Legion, deplore his present course, which is that of villify ing and abusing the dead and living sol diers of the North. Lemon Elixir A Pleasant Lemon Tonic. For biliousness, constipation, and ma laria. For indigestion, sick and nervous head- ac he. For sleeplessness, nervousness and heart diseases. For fever, chills, debility aud kiduev diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough or gariic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley s Lemon Elixir is prepared from the fresh juice of Lemons, combined xrttb ntKor vofTDt o 1 .7 T 1 1- i ....... ivi,i.iaiiib iiiti iwill?, ill 111 I will not fail vou in nnv nf thf abrkvnl named diseases. .j) cent and tfl.OO bot ties at druggists. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozlev. At lanta, Ga. 'mz 5a 3fr.s. A in tt nd a I'alsley For many year an esteemed communicant of Trinity Episcopal church, Newburgh, N. Y., alw.-.ys says 'Thank Yon" to Hood's Sar sap'irilla. She sulleredfor years from Eczema and .crofiilfi sores on "her face, head and ears, making her de w ne irly a year, and affect ing her si-ght. To the surprise of her friends Hood's Sarsaparilla Has effected a cur? r.nd sh? can now hear and see as wt-II as ever. rr full particulars of her case send to ('. I. tlooo & Co., Lowell. Mass. HOOD'S PiLLG :r tiai'd made, and are per feot iu condition. jirojortiou uuJ appearance. RAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives purhanv. 7 ." a ni 1 05 a m y 20 p m 12 24 p m 7 17 p m 12 24 p m 7 17pra It. & 1). ll. It. Depot, foot Corcoran St. Passenger for Greens. Passenger tor Golds. Passenger from Kaleigh Passenger for ltaleigh Express for Goldsboro Express for Greensboro Passenger for teelnia Passenger for Greens. Arrives I O. & C. It. Jt. Durham. pept? foot Corcoran St. Express for Kicnniond 9 25 a m Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass, for Rich. 5 40 p m Ft. and Pass, from Rich. Leaves Durhem oi a m 1 05 a m 9 30a m 12 29 p m 7 22 p m 1 05 a in 7 57 a in Leaves Durham 9 30am 7 58 a m Arrives Durham. I. & II. K. Depot, foot Corcoran St. 430pm j)45 am Arrives Durham. Mail and Express Mail and Express Freight and Passenger Freight and Passenger Leaves Durham 10 35 a m 5 30pm L. & D. It. It. Depot, foot Dillard St. 11 40 a m 6 45 p m Mail from Lynchburg Ft. and Pass, from L'g Leaves Durham 2 55pm 7 00a m IIOUKS FOK CLOSING MAILS AT DUK IIAIVI rOSTOFFICE. Goldsboro and Greensloro express train No, 11 South and West at 7:40 a. m. K eysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. 14 Last Durham and Kaieigh at 9:ln a. m. Henderson and Durham R. P. O. train Nc 38 North and East N.C. and Va.at 10:15 a. m Goldsboro and Greensboro R. P. O. E. train No. 10 East and South N. C, S. C. and Fla, at 12:15 p. m. Lynchburg and Durham R. P. O. train No 2 -North and West at 2:25 p. ra. Goldsboro and Greensboro It. P. O. W. train No. 9 North. South and West at 7:15 p. m. Keysville and Raleigh R. P. O. train No. i: North and West at 9:O0 n. m. Goldsboro and Greensboro express train No 12 Kaieigh at 9:00 p. m. Hours of Collection from Street Letter IJo.ves. General 9:35 a. m.. 11:20 a. m. and 0:50 p. m Business Section 7:40 p. m. SOLOMON SAID There's Nothing lew Her ths Sun 2J5BUT THERE IS.Q THERE'S A NEW LUMBER YARD IN DURHAM." Prompt Delivery My Motto ! I have just made arrangements to supply Durham with all the Lumber that it wants. My stock is full and complete and embraces green, dry, kiln-dried, rough, dressed or in any shape that a man may want or desire. My Prices Are a Low a the Lowest ! And will cheerfully give estimates for full bills or parts of bills. lxr Orders left at the R. & D. railroad ollice with Mr. West will receive careful attention. In this great, boom in Durham Iamtryiifg to lind an office and will announce that later. See West. C- -B- HICKS, A Raging Storm I CONSISTING OF MANY WONDEHsj Prices havQ been agitated until it is decided by mm-hai,ts and a'l i! J. L. Cole is away down below any agitation of the ijuoMil.n' See how they go down below zero. All-solid Dongola Shoes from 90 cents up. Morrow's hand-turned Slippers only $1 50. Children's and Misses' Slippers 00 cents Silk Iitts 10 cents. Black and Cream Silk Lace and all Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Swan's Down and Shoe Polish at prices to dazzle you. Good Note Paper 4 cents a ( i;ir, v velopes to match 4 cents a pack ' Men's White or Black Shirt, 0rth cents, will go for the little sum of 4, , ' ' Men's Bleached Slips onlv cVn'l Towels from ." cents up. " Best Foster Kid Gloves" only ccn.4 worth $1 2i. , A full line of all kinds f sl collint ilia in - i 1 . " 'O oiiereil in the UK1 rsorth State. Come with your pockets lull of money to the top, for wo will b.k to Tou interest. We will doubtless have a grand rush this wav " r A Hanker Writf-a : From experience in mv familv. Dr. II. Mozley's Lemon Elixir has few, if anv. equals, and no superiors in medicine, for tne regulation of the liver, stomach and bowels. W. H. Mai. ness, Pres. Xat'l Bank, McMinnville, Tenu. A Card. For nervous and sick headaches, in digestion, biliousness and constipation (of which I have been a great sufferer) I have never found a medicine that would give such pleasant, prompt and perma nent relief as Dr. II. Mozlev's Lemon Elixir. J. Sawtell, GriiTin, Ga. Publisher Daily Call. Simmons Liver Peculator is a most ex cellent appetizing tonic Saml. S. Pentz, Chap, to Bishop of North Carolina. Happy a-id content is a home with The Ro chester ; a tarap w ith the lisht of the morning. Catalogues. write Rochester LampCo..NewYork. That pain under the shoulder blade is dyspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Pecu lator. That shortness of breath is dvspepsia Take Simmons Liver Peculator." C. II. .MURPHY, hm, Im and Ornamsntal Fainter 1UKHA3I, N. C. Paper Hanging, Decorating, Frescoing and all things in that Line. Your patronage solicited and satisfac tion always nuaranteed. Peferences: The best in the city. Charges : As low as good work can be done for. Leave orders at Furniture Stores. A NEW DISCOVERY NADING'S SURE PILE CUEE Almost instant relief in the majority of ca-s in from 10 to 15 days. Never returns. No r-iurpe. No supieitory. It is guaranteed to cure the most aggravated ami obstinate cases or money wjll le refunieL For information, l.rices.etc..calion F11ANK A. NADING, Vtil Liberty SU Winston, N.C. ' WANTED ! Fifteen first class Brick Layers and about thirty Common Laborers. APPLV to "7vratsc:n. Sz Cecil, DUKIIAM, N. C. when vou sec the bargain: J. L. COLE'S N. N, Y. R. S, Underbuy er and Underscller of All. Headquarters, Kaieigh. Durham CMncc, II. .J. Brown, Aput. Hotel Driver. "5eeln I Is Believing. must be simnle: vnrn it h not simiic :t is f.if f f'.'lSuA I' I 1 A ' 4 'l' l't l' ll'I t' Wnot cood. Siwt'L: LuuttfuL CVWih-;e '-P Morels mean much, but lo see ' 1 he Rochester " jzi?ffl will impress the truth more h.rcibiy. Ail n.etal. vT'4V-'3 tough and seamless, and mad. m ttiree pieces on!yiJ::"5J it is absolutely safean 1 wtbreakat le. Like Aladdin's &- of old, it is indeed r. wonderful .n?.. ' J r i;s mar- velous light is purer and brighter m lv.s hji.t. si. softer than electric liht and more ci, :!:! ti euher. Look for this stamp TiiE Rikhksi fk. !"'. : : ' Rochester, and the stvle you want. '. - 1 : ' and we will send you a lamp ::'; , - i varieties from the longest mp it. m i. .. . KO( II:Vn:il L.WIl1 ., M rarli riaro, New Vork ritf. "The Rochester." r h i - n t th'- 2rniln' 1 1 !u t ratcit t t - l r-i". e ol over 2,U0U A FULL PURSE ! -o- It is a very .satisfactory tiling to nm teniplatc. Those who s(iuainler money on poor goods and bad bargains have thin purses. GET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. This is the season of the year that you nerd Fly Fans and Fly Traps. Those Wire Window Screens at 40 and T() eeiit are the cheapest thing out. Our Lawn Mowers at 5.50, $(MX) and $0) arc extremely low and thev make it a pleasure to cut gra. White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Kt. at Ki-k Ijottom Prices. CALL AND SEE US AT LLOYD'S HARDWARE STOKE, DUItHAM, X. C. PLACE YOUR ORDERS -FOK DIVISION Freight AgentV HIi.r Ed OF THE Norfolk and Western Railroad IS ESTIMATES FURNISHED My Brick are the Best Made in this State, Now Open for IiiMi"" IN I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DUIllIAM, N. C. LOCKIIAHTS oFKH'K, Where Kates and Any In formation Pertaining TO " Traflic Departm11 WILL HE Cheerfully I'm ni!- R. C. STAIVTARD V. F. A.