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1JU5 OUltlLAJi DA1L.Y &LOHE, TUESDAV, OCTOBKB 11.
(The Hurham pails (5lobe. B .U FAIKHKOTHKK. Tbe Globe i& published every day (Sunday excepted and !-Mverei by carrier at f.00 a yer. or ryi cent uionih. I HE Globe circu lates throughout North Carolina. The w'kkknv Globe is a large eifrbt-patre paper, containing all the news, and is sent by mail at tl-V) a year In advance. Office Corner Main and Church street. M h k telephone. No. ADVfcKTiaifO BATES. Si ace for one week 6 cents per Inch per lseue, when over 5 inches are taken. space ier month, i 1 per inch. Heading matter lucentsa line each insertion. Husineso notices 5 cents per line each inser ! ion. All advertisements and notices continued until ordered out. Address all communications to THE GLOliE, Durham. C. The Gmkf. is entf red at the postolhce. Dur luini. N. C. as mail matter m the second class. D KM AM. C. 'IT IS )AY. OCTOIJEK 11, 18a2 thi; ;loiu; fok isi2 ITar l-t Will cull things hy their real names nnl name them properly. It guarantees to advertisers more than double the combined cireula t ion of all other papers. It will not waver in its fight for the development, and prosperity ol the Nov South, and it asks the patronage of all honest men. roi? pici:sjdi;nt: 1 ) 1 : 31 K' It AT 1 C 1M i VT F ) KM . 4 XIII This convention hereby renews the expression of apprccia ti"n of the patriotism of the soldiers and sailors of the Tnion in the war for its preservation, and we favor j-tst and liberal ptMisions ford'sabled Ui.ion soldi. is. their widows and de pendent, but we demand that the work of the tension otliee shall be done industriously, impartially and hone-ilv. We denounce the present adinini-trat ion of that otliee as in c mpetent, corrupt, disgraceful and dishonest " His Ki:cOKl CI.KAK. Putins; Ci.k ki.anh's four year? oct-u-p'OH y of the prendcniial chair he vetoed by spi-cial message '2'tO private pen&ion j . j bill-i. In addition to these there were 4T other pension bill ki'ded by what is know.. a the -pocket veto. Of the . . . i pension hill parsed by the fotty ninth congress Mu Cleveland vetoey mcs j sage Hl at the first session and 55 at the ( second session. He also killed 21 such " bills by "oockctinir" them, hi the fif tieili 1 congress he vetoed by message H"i at the . i . .i , . hrst session and 2 ) at the second session, , i .i ..... I and 20 more by the "pocketing process, mm fey Mir vl lit' fffifil MAKE IT GENERAL. As will be noticed by reference to the minutes of the city council, Octo ber 12 is to be made a general holi day fl ,iav of celebration. Ami it should Ik?. The dedication of Trinity, as an institution of learn ing in our midst, is one of the biggest cards ever played in favor of thl3 . town viewed from a social, moral or commercial standpoint. Let the day be one tliat will be long remembered, and let things hum. OF TWO YEA KS. Last week, some time or other, the cal endar mixes the jrear9 up some way, the gentle Old Man who now tak(s his ptn in hand, had been in Durham two years. Fur two years he has spun his yarns, told about deaths and marriages : explained that John Jeems Henry Kxowitall was visiting with his country cousin ; re cited with graphic interest the fact that John Hoe was yanked before his honor for being drunk and down; told about the meeting here and there and to add to all this grandeur, he has written Ids little verselets of select rhyme and rot, and then capped the climax by giving in editorial finish the sublime , Thoughts of his master mind Two year", and how time flits! How quickly the note matures, and how often must we wash our feet ! Only yester day and she is a maiden tall and fair to see to day, it seems that she is a wife and mother and an old woman combined. We repeat, without fear of successful contradiction. How time flies ! Yet we propose, in our own way and time and style, to let 'er fly. During the two years The Globe has accomplished much. It took a newspa per property which was a sinking wreck a newspaper which was costing eigh teen hundred dollars a year, over and above its entire income, end the first year we about took the kinks out of that. This year we have done much more. We have the largest circulation, of paying subscribers, ever known in the history of The (Ji.obe, and it is increasing with the days. The Weekly Glohf h stead ily coming to the front, aud the com bined circulation of both daily and weekly, gives ns more than double the ciiculation of all t he newspapers pub lished in Durham county. The Globe has the largest dail circulation of any paper ever published in Durham During the year we hare added to our alTairs in the way of The Tobacco Plant, a trade journal of twenty pages pub lished every other Thursday, and are meeting with surprising success in that line. To print The Plant we added a complete outfit of new material including a bunch of bteswax and a pegging awl. Hut that is not all. There have been several buzzard -beaked pelicans who did not and who do not like our style, but that is all right. We have attempted to pull the first coal of varnish off .some Of the frauds, and the skin is not very thick, and the calcium light of truth rather bliDds their eyes and they squirm. On the other hand The Globe hs been quoted in the northern press (we are noi here referring to the garhl d pensi m articles which are being quoted in all the Tniied States but The Globe's opinion and The Globe's monkey work has been quoted in the metropolitan ' j press and also in the pewttr plates which : 1 ! fly around t lie country, cheating tbe ' " j printer out of what he should really get We have bwen praised, repudiated. loved and damned. And we are yet feeling pretty good about it The Globe never did ,ihink it was vej-y smart, but it is smart enough to get there, and stv ther. Tt u WPnWi. , ?s s ing better. The Globe hts howled as ! m mortal ever dared to howl before for ! . 1 the upbuilding of this southland, and we propose to keep on howling, if our throat bolds out. We have seen this town double.!, almost, in the way of sub stantial buildings and this within two years. And we expect to s-ee other things before we write our valedictory. The Old Man has built him a home the Yam Farm and he is a permanent resident of Durham. He is not afraid of tar. and has slept on feathers. He has ridden bronchos, and would enjoy a rid4 on a rail. Weaver eggs, scrambled or otherw ise, will be taken on subscription or elsewhere and only one thing will cause him to leave this city and that is Grim and Grisley Death and even then he will do as he always has done- Head THE I'UOCKSSION ! A KV DKAL. A crank and his wife, no matter about names, are now stopping in New York, and they propose to revolutionize the whole world by' starting a new fangled-freedove-attachment salvation army. The crank has the scheme down pretty pat, as we Latin scholars would say, and about all there in it is this : He expects to get all the sinners and weak brained idiots and lunatics for be it known there are idiots with strong brains (look at ourself) and then he will purchase for them with the money w hich he takes from them, a tin horn or some other loud sounding instrument, and horns be it also known are instruments, and this gang of half-witted wretches will praj- and sing and claim some Inti mate connection w itu the Lord, and the police will run after them and the)' will be persecuted and the populace, which always gives the ear to some fool, will toss a nickel here or a dime there and then that is all. The crank who starts the business will live like a prince, and the fools who make the money will con tinue in a state of misery. These new fangled soul-saving institu tions are pretty bad business. wiivr a no it them; Why is it that we hear no more about the evangelists? About these fellows so suddenly jerked from the gutter and so puddenly received in the arms of society and taken around on light and pleasant stretchers? These goody-goody, just redeemed fellows who do the religious act for what there is in it, and shout glory to God for so much a shout ? W here is the royal reverend Colonel Bill Fife, who does the spectacular and quotes scripture and passes the hat and builds himself an elegant home, while the good old preacher of a lifetime's standing is still being hustled from parsonage to parsonage, and his children hungry? Can it be that he, like other men in active work, after accumulating a com petence, has " retired ? " Well, it begins to look that way, sure enough. Maybe, though, it is not milking time. Maybe he skimmed the milk and got enough of the cream to last till this winter, and then we shall again, as we pass along, hear him yelling and shout ing anil telling people how wicked they are and what a saint he is. AT II A N DOM. A buzzard sat on a eodar tree anl looked at the crowd below, fie was singing a song to a rickety tune, but could neither caw nor crow. And yet his jargon seemed to be : "I have but one request. If you will go somewhere and die. why, I will do the rest V And we explained to him that that was all right. Colonel Prokessok Dr. Harris, who makes mush and calls it tooster powders, at Johnson's emporium, tells us that we had better 5 Look out for Rain. The northern fellows are just now writing us about forty letters a day, wanting to know what regiment we belonged to and if we were ever in the army. We replied to them in withering and scathing language, telling them that we soon exject to join the Salvation Army, and don't you forget it. Colonel Postley says that the reason they call some hunting dog Setters, is because they do not call them something else. When it coraes to the cold logic of a proposition, what are you going to do about that V "Svciue Anoier says that b does not see what is the use of kicking up so much fuss over this Columbus day. He fay that If Coi.rMBrs wanted to discover A trerica, it was all right, but for himself, he thinks that if he had been discovering, he should have struck a country which did not have so much politics in it. It will only be a couple-of days till The To bacco Plant is printed. Those who do not want to wait for The Tobacco Piant should let 'er go. . . . , Colonel MicnAEi was singing, "Oh. why fbouI(1 the sPit of mortal be proud," and the street car ran over him. and he took the jues- tion under consideration. A reason for the faith that is in him A responsible citizen of the South writes: From observation covering a ereat num- j ber of cases I unhesitatingly pronounce Salvation Oil to be the most wouterful 'remedy for burns I have ever tried, j The most of ourailnients come from dorderel "ver which Simmons Liver lieguiaior cares. relieved but cured by Simmons Liver Kfgulator. . - Don't become constipated. Take Bee- chain's Pill. Tbe Bible and Science. The Century Magazine will take up the bible and science controversy. In the November Century, Prof. Charles W. Shields, of Prinecton, answers the ques tion: Does tbe bible contain scientific errors'' with an emphatic no. He says: "Literary and textual obscurities there "may be cpon the surface of holy writ, like s; ots upon the sun, or rather like motes in the eye ; but scientific error in its divfne purport would be the sun it self extinguished at noon. Such a bil le could not live in this epoch." Professor Shields article will be fol lowed by one in the December Century on " The effect of scientific study upon religious beliefs." The Population of Durham Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one half are troubled with someeflection on the Throat and Lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opper ?unity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Bottle 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester ; a lamp with the liht of the morning'. Catalogues,write Rochester Lamp Co.. New York. 1 m ... T t PAINLESS EFFECTUAL. Human health can only be maintained t when the rules of life are strictly obeyed. 2 habits, and when it becomes clogged, ill- ness is the result. i Ileecham'a Pills haye heen In popn. i lar ua lu orop for fifty yean and nre specially adapted la a stare, ten tie 2 aOBcr, tm Keep human drainage In p perfect order. Anurican Analptt. Of all druggists. Price 2S cents a box. Z $ New York Depot, 36$ Canal St. 41 THE KEELEY INSTITUTE I Twelve Years of Established Merit ! NOTE OF WARNING! TO TIIK 11' lil.lC : Dwkuit, 111., April at), 182. As a matter of justice to ourselves and to the reputation of Dr. Leslie E. KeeleyV Double Chloride of Gold remedies, for the cure of the liquor, opium, morphine and tobacco diseases and Neurasthenia, we warn the public that these remedies are used by no institution or sanitarium in the United States except those established by ou.i com pany under the uniform name of "The Keeiey Institute," All others claiming to ue our remedies are frauds and importers. We have noiv tixty Keeiey Institutes es tablished in various parts of the United .States where the Keeiey treatment is ad ministered and the Keeiey remedies sold. We, however, caution all to examine well and know that they are dealing with genuine representatives, authorized by us, before j taking the treatment or purchasing remedies. The fraudulent establishments use the name of "lii-Chloride of Gobi," or similar titles. The newspapers do not discriminate sulli cieutly to know that they are imitators, and so put down all accidents occurring at such establisdiments as being brought about bv theiCeeley treatment. This is a matter ot much concern to ns, hence this warning. Kesiectfully yours, THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO. Curtis .1. Judd, Sec'y and Treas. The Keeiey institute at Greensboro, X. C, is the only one in the state, and all repre sentations that there is in the state any cure that is identical with, or the same .as, the Keeiey Double Chloride of Gold Cure are malicious, false, and inade for the purpose of deceiving. We learn with indignant regret that such claim is being made, and feeling that if it be hurtful to us it will prove more disastrous to those who are deceived thereby, we sound this warning. TlIK KeKI.KY iNfeTITTTE, Greensboro, N. C. C. IT. MURPHY, Mi, Sign d kmi Fainter DUHHA.M, X. C. Paper Hanging, Decorating, Frescoing and all things in that Line. Your patronage solicited and satisfac tion always euaranteed. References: The best in the city. Charges : As low as gwxl work can be done for. Leave orders at Furniture Stores A NEW DISCOVERY KADINQ'S SURE PILE CUBE 0 0 Man's system is like a town; to be nealtny J it must be well drained. This drainage is t 5 frequently interfered with by careless s Almot intant relief in the majority of cas in truxn lu to 1 1 daf. Never return. No .ur. No i-upr-ositorjr. It is gxiarantetd to cure the b;ost arrivatel and otetmate ca-ea or money will be retunded. or information, price, etc.. caa on FHANK A. NADl.NG. 1021 Liberty Su. Wintton. N. C. "Seeing Is Believing. !HUU must be simple: when it is not simuleitis not good. Simfile, words mean much, but to see "The Rochester" will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal. tourh and seamless, and o of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar velous light is purer and brighter than cas lieht. softer than electric light Look for this stamp Th b Rochester . If the lata p deater has n t the rn i Rochester, aod the style you want. ?end to u for our new illustrated cauiU land we will send you a lamp safely bv express your choice f orer 1 (varieties from tbe Largest Lamp Siot tn the H'otU. U0 ' nnrilRKTrii inp m ao a.ir nt Headquarters, ItalciIi. Durham Ottko, II. .1. Hrown, .Acnl, Hotel Driver. Main Street, CLOTHING, ITS, Having been in Durham over two oars, I liavo e.-tjil lih. i :t r .nint nn tor SQUARE DEALING, and j eople kuoA m and kv.u tliat what 1 say oes. Come and ee inv stock. et inv prices and ou will be ronvino.il tliat I ntn in it tor the FALL TRADE. J. S. MESLEY, Merchant Tailor. Fall Goods Out of which I make I have the Finest line ever ear- rietl by any Merchant Tailor in ortn Carolina or iryuiia. To establish this tact, CALL AND SEE, And that will eml it. J". S. IVTesley. II To Manufacturers of Lumlx-r and Huild-r. HAVING II I 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE In the LuiniHT Husim, I am now IK-:it' l in Durham. N. '. Prompt Delivery Is My Motto ! I have just made arrangements To Supply Durham am! Other Points With all the Lunilier that may U- wyritcl. I AM HANDLING ALL GRADES OF LUMBER I CJren, Dry. Houyh or Dne!. To Suit any Parties who miy wih to Putchae. My Price A r nn lAtw an the bfl! And I will cheerfully (rive etlmat' forfull tii 11 or parts of bills. Mill men ha in? Lumber for sale will find it to their advantage to eorrviond with me. OlTii-e on Main Street, over Slater o" Store. C- B- HICKS, comfortIITcopmy" I WEAK I NO DDUGHTY'S HUE SHOES ! NONE IIETTEK IN Style, Workmanship, ElaleriaL MPORTAHT HFORMI In addition to my line of Fine Dre Shoe. I am making Doub.e-sole. Cork sole, Terracel e ire. Scotch-bottoms, Pelt and Fur-iineo: for FaU and Winter. C. II. DOUGHTY. Creenboro, N. C. " -EL And a coed Lxtnh Beautiful Good these m.irl in trn m' . ... ...v.v. jvjv.vwj vjijij , ...".,. and more cheerful than either. ' aoru. city. Durham, X. C. SHOES, DRY GOODS! o- RAILWAY TIME CARD. i Durham. Dopot, fmt Corcoran St. Iiurhara. 7 ; a m 1 (fi a in a:Dpm Passe DKtr t'r Irc us. i j m PasscnviT lor illn. ' lu'inm Pai.senger lrom ltaleiKh i Pandenjrer lor ltalciyu I V JIan 12 11pm I Kxiress lor Oolisln i 1J W m TOiptn fcxpre! lor itreeijHiHiio . t, m 12 2pm I l'as!enKer lor Seliiiu ; lliani 7 17pm I PasM'iier for Greens. T j7 a ra Arrives I (UC. It. I! j leaves Durham. Depot. f(M)t Corconin St. I Durham. Express for Hichmoii'l Kxpre.xs from itichmotnl Ft. and Pass, lor lticb. Ft.ainl Pum. from Kith. V .in m 7 . a m 9 25 a m 5 40 p m : Arrives V I I. & N. It.'lt. " Iahm , Durham. Dcpit. foot Corcoran St. Darhaia. I Mail ami Kxprew 4 30pm I Mall anl Kxpre-s I Freight and Pa.s8etn;er 10 do a m 5 : p m 9 45am Freight and PasseriKcr Arrives ! I.. St I. It. K. "" le aves Durham.1, Depot, foot pi Hard I St. I Durham. 1140 a m l Mail lrom LynchfiurK I 2.Vpiii 6 45pm 1 Ft. and Pass, from L'r 1 .Wan HOIKS lOK CLOSING MAILS AT 1)1 K HAM lMSTOFFICK. GoMstHiro and (JreennUini expreM train No. 11 W.....V. Unl U'likf nt III. hvysviiieand uaieivh u. p. o trum No. it- 11,10 Durham it. p. o. tm:n .v. 38 Nntihand hji-t N.4-. and Va at l ! a.m. GoldstMiro anl Ureer.srmro it. P.O. K. train No. ID Fast and South N. C. S. C. an 1 Ha. at 1-:15 p. m. l ynchhurjr and Durham It. P. O. train . 2 North aiil WeHt at 2:J5 p. m. Goidst'Oro and Greenlnro It. 1. O w.tniin No. ! North. South a"d Vt ul : p. tn. Keysville and Halelh It. P. O. train No. I North and West at V:W V. m. Ooldsboroand (irH'tisloro expret-n traln". 12-Kuleiili at t:JJ p. m. Hour of Collection from Street I-ctt'f Itoscit. General -t':T a. m , 11:3) a. m. and V- l:uinei6 Section 7:10 p. m. BUILD A HOME! BCT BKFOKK DOlNCi SO ." K K C. II. NORTON Contractor and IliiiMer. lie will save you money, clo ao- work Deif and euit you. He will be pleased to Rite WzW a1 estinmles in any part of the state. Address him or call on at t-jT DL'ltHA.M, N. C. TOWN "LOTSSf AUCTION ! I!y authority conferred n ,in't of John W. Gatti. w.,- will offer K r public auction on the ISO tli day of Octolr. If'-' At 11 o'clock a. m. the lot of Un l la,Trj. tuiburMof Durham, formerlr o-ciil;-' r. w. Gattl anl known as his hn I"'' y , talnin 2 Z luu acres. aui on which linjfati'I outhouses, fruit tre ati'J , j n ana lour lots ol about t 5 ot an ' f j2 size.on liurch avenue: ati'l tne -t 11 acre on Gattls avenue. ,.,10? Terms ot Sale Uoe-third in cv-1 '"' 'm sale, balance in two e-jual iiu-ulnii' r y 1 and twelve mouths alter 1 ot ' iri-j on deferred ayraents trom day ' ' ol fer cent ier annum. Place ol paie. on the re y-1 r .1. It. OA I J;?-. , W. A. G A 1 M- - Sept. 19. l Xt ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring, Ceiling and Siding- SHINGLES, EAIII-. fcH'- vc ..... . 11 in in Mtock a enrol'-' tl' ' n.nl.. rnrlmlMinir. Will for houses procapxiy ' esWlirect from our mill. OKJJEKS SOLICHH. ....... e T Crii 'J- . I a We can be xounu i .(.,nftrtu No 102, up stairs over barber shop. Jt1J or at LumkT Yard on stre.6, near Alliance cco Jf & Am. ;