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THKi DURHAM DAIJL.Y GLOBE, WE DNESDAF, MARCH 30.
ti 'A 1 :i i a t! ) J I 1 I BLOODV day. J'ostmaater Cowles Assaults Cashier G. II. Brown with a Cane. The Charlotte Observer sajs : The hot remiblican factional fight in Statesville resulted yesterday morning in a breach of the peace. The immediate cause of the difficulty was the contention over .the Mooresville postoffice. Dr. Moit and Postmaster A. D. Cowles had secured an order for the removal of J. E. D. Temple- ton, the postmaster at Mooresville, amd Mr. Cowles is alleged to have written Mr. Templeton that the reason for his removal was his indifference about bringing up a Harrison delegation from south Iredell. This letter Templeton gave to Geo. II. Brown, Esq., cashier of the First National Dank of Statesville who. it appear, for- special agent was sent out and as a result of his investif atiens the commission of J. B. Atwell, who had been appointed to succeed Templeton, was held up. Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock", ufter Mr. Brown had gotten his mail and was walking along the strict reading a paper, Postmaster Cowles overtook and accosted him. He taxed him with having written to Washington about him, and at the same instant attacked Mr. Brown with a cane, raining blows upon his head, face. and arms until he broke hi3 cane. The postmaster also drew a pistol, and at this time Brown grappled with him and they were separated. The assaulted party was very consider ably punished and disfigured; his assail ant received no injury. LINGERING LETTERS. A List f Letters Waiting Owners in th Durham 1'oKtotfice. List of unclaimed letters remaining in Durham postoffice, advertised March 20, 1802 : A Abernaty, Mrs. Ilattfe; Albright, Graham ; Anderson, Miss Feby ; Atkins, Miss M. J. U Barrow, W. W.; Beliney, Walker ; Booth, Jas. B. D Davis, M . J-; uB'own Mary,AlV; : is3 Sallie; Dean, W. .V ; Dixon, E. J. F Fowler, Willie ; Fowler, Bud ; Franks, Wm. G Glover, J. F.; Glover, Frank. II Hester, M.; Hodges, Mrs. Mat; Horner, Miss Nasi ; Howard, Mis3 Caro liue ; House, W. J Johnson, Miss A. B.; (col.) Jones, Mrs. Katie; Jones, Mrs. Laura. L Leach, J. B.; Loventer, liev. T. J. M McMillan, J. S Smith, James ; Stone, A. A. T Thompson, Washley; Thompson, C. II. W Williams, Howard; Wright, Mrs. Jen nie. W. A. Albright, P. M. WILD TIMES IN ALABAMA. Tlie Rubber (Jung I Composed of Two Men and One Woman. Iliu.vriNr.iiAM, March 29. At midnight last night a watchman on the lookout at Boyle?, the scene of Sunday night's at tempt to wreck and rob the Louistille and Nashville express, saw three suspi cious men on horseback in the woods nearby. On wiring the officials here, twenty armed men were sent up. A squad of five of them who went down in a ravine to reconnotire report that they w?re fired at ten times by three mounted men. The officers returned forty shots, when the horsemen tied. No one wa3 hurt. The trail of the rob bers was struck by hounds again to-day, and followed over lied Mountain. It devclopcs that the robber gang is com posed of two men and One woman, heav ily armed and mounted. They passed through the outskirts of the city. If run down, a bloody battle is expected. LOOK AT THIS. A Fine Chance to Get a Home at Low and Reasonable Prices. 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 property laid oil and platted into nice streets and lots, and are now read' 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. Warren, general manager, or C. A. Jor dan, secretary and treasurer. ARE YOU IN IT? A Chance for Every Man to Lire in Ills 11 ww House ami lie Happy. Dr. J. L. Watkius, wtio during the past year has added manv desirable new resi- dences to Durbapi, all of which have been sold on reasonable terms to people wishing nice but inexpensive homes, now offers to build on best lots', beautifullv j located, any style of house you wish and " " aia limc' 1 his is an opportunity to get a home which should not be allowed to pass you. See Dr. Watkins at once and tret his e-..-- i a ures. i Did it ever occur to you to take Hood's torT &arBapanlla;the spring medicine? Try a bottle season this. It will do vou trood. Why suffer with dyspepsia, billious ncss or any disease of the liver when vou can be cured by Simmons Liver Hegula tor. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro chester; a la.-np with the liht of the morning. CataIogustwriU Rochester Larsp C. , NwYrk. DIVISION Freight Agent's Office -OF THE Norfolk and Western R&Hl0ad IS- Now Open" for Business IN' Room No. 10,- WRIGHT BUiLDING, Wh K t anJ An j formation Pertaining -TO- Traffic Department -WILL BE- Cheerfully Furnished. R. G. STAMRD, D. V. A. PLACE YOUI? ORDERS -FOR- ESTIMATES FURNISHED Mr Brick are the Best Made in this State, -AND- I Guarantee Them to Give Entire Satisfaction. R. B. FITZGERALD, DUKltAM, N. C. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.7' Blind. They are blind who will i not try a box of J RFFPHAM'Q; PILLS f for the flitnrf!rUfMfli kmw 9 ......... out 01 Impaired Diges tion For a Weak 3tomaenConatIpat!on Disordered Liver, Sick Headache, S S or any Billons and Nervous ailments, J mey taxe we place or an entire medicino chest Of all drutreists. Price 25 cents a box. Z New York Depot, 365 Canal St- 31 PAR . Statistics show that ono in four has a weak Or diseased Heart. TUs first pymptoms are shore breath, oppression? fluttering, fulnt and knarry spella. pain la sld,then smothering, swollen ankles, trpay (and death. for which DR. MILEfV 1S T II HART CUIUS Is a marrslous remedy. "I bare been troubled with heart disease for years, my left pulse was very weak, could at times scarcely feel it, the smtallsst excitement would always weaken my nerves snd heart and a fear of Impending death stared me in the face for hours.- Jilt. lAII.Eg NERVINE aid NEW HEART ClUE Is the only medicine tbat has proved of any bene fit and cured me.-L M. Dyer, Clorerdale, Md. Ur. Miles Liver Pills are a sure rirnwlr tnr Biliousness sod Torpid Liver. 6 Doki, wa wai. mo uwi iu iiean uiioass, witn wonderful cures Free at druggists, or address DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. LINDSAY FAUCETTE -WILL Handle all Baggage Onlers left at Michaels' and at Tearby's Drujr Stores will receive prompt attention. CHARGES REASONABLE ! AnJ Facilit': .AS. In tL? City "IT 4 TTT fj ( 1 TT f 1l.UJUX - ?? LfA-IL I will Jo Vault Work in Cemetery and do flrst-class work. For grown people white coat or hard finish beneath the ground $33; infanta - wuus vi lines auu .uason worn aone . , , ... .... .. J. W. XEATHERY, Durham, N. C. S. L. LEARY, A,rcliltect I 17-19 WRIGHT BUILDING, DURHAM. N. C. 0 MANUFACTURERS. DURHAM MED. CIG. CO. Cigarettes Cure Sleeplessness and Headache. BLACKWELL TOBACCO CO., 5Ianufacturers of Celebrated "Durham Bull Tobacco. THOMAS CHEROOT CO. Manufacturers of Cheroots and Fine Cigars. COMMONWEALTH FACTORY Manufacturers of All Kinds of Knit Goods. GOLDEN BELT FACTORY, Manufacturers of Tobacco Bags All Styles and Sizes. DURHAM COTTON MILLS, Manufacturers cf . Cloths, Plaids, Shambrays, Etc. LYON TOBACCO COMPANY, Manufacturers ot Choice Smoking Tobaccos. R. F. MORRIS & SON, Manufacturers of Choice Scotch and North State Snuff. J. Y. WHITTED TOBACCO CO. Manufacturer of Chewing and Smokyig Tobacco. CITY MARKET HOUSE. J. SCHWARTZ, Stall No. 2. Meats svnd Game of All Kinds. jTwV HUTCHINGS, Stall No. 1. Meats and Game of All Kinds. ' T. L. M'CLEES, Stall No. 6. Meats and Game of All Kinds. G. STORNONIS, Stall No. 9, Vegetables, Sausage, Groceries, Etc. G. W. ROCHELLE, Stall No. 7. Fresh Fish and Oysters. INSURANCE. SOUTHGATE & SON, Over Morehcad Bank, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. ": W. H. H'CABE, ' Wright Building-, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. WASHINGTON LIFE, Wright Building, Samuel L. Adams, District Agent. W. J. GRISWOLD, Main Street, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. BALKIN, Main St.. Dry Goods and Clothing. F. BERNSTENE, Main St., Dry Goods and Clothing. MRS. B. DAVIS, Main St., Dry Goods and Clothing. J. BRANSON, Main St., Dry Goods and Clothing. M. GLADSTEIN, Main Street. General Merchandise. HARNESS. E. F. WYATT & SON, Main Street, Harness, Buggies and Saddlery. W. H. BOLYN, Corner Room Under Eeams Warehouse. Harness and Repairing. BUGGY MANUFACTURERS. H. SEEMAN & SON, Manufacturers of Baggies, Wagon and Road Carts. I ILJTVTEl IFTIEfcM OF RANKING. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Capital, f 150,000.00. General Banking Business. MOREHEAD BANKING CO., Capital, $200,000.00. General Banking Business. TOBACCO WAREHOUSES. PARRISH'S WAREHOUSE. Plenty of Room for All. Custom Solicited Highest Prices. BANNER WAREHOUSE, J. S. Lockhart & Co. Highest Prices Guaranteed. REAMS WAREHOUSE, . John R. Hutchings. The Place to Sell Your Tobacco. JEWELERS. 0. T. POSTLEY, Established 1875 Main Street, Full and Complete. Line in Stock. M. H. JONES, Main Street, Retailer and Manufacturer. R. D. WHITLE?, Op. Court House, Repairing a Specialty. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. G. M. HARDIN, JR., Near Baptist Church, Livery, Horses Boarded, Etc. A. A. SEARS, Main Street, Fine Turnouts and Good Drivers. DENTISTS. DR. WM. LYNCH, Wright Building, All Work Guaranteed. DR. L. B. HENDERSON, Latest Devices, Teeth Filled and Extracted. DR. J. C. BROWN, Resident Dentist, Yeajs of" Experience in Work. BRICK MAKERS. R. B. FITZGERALD, Two Yards, Brick of All Kinds. LUMBER MERCHANTS. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Lumber of All Kfnds. Prices Always at the Bottom. W. H. WORTHAM, Sash and Blinds. And All Kinds of Buildings. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. C. H. NORTON, Best of References Furnished. Contractor, Builder, and Estimates. MERCHANT XAILORS. J. S. MESLEY, ' Main Street, Merchant Tailor Full .Stock. COAL AND WOOD. A. A. HOLDER, Near Electric Light House, Coal and Vod in Season. LAUNDRIES. AUNG DING LEE, . Opposite Court House. Good Work and "Low Prices'. PLUMBERS. G. & A. BAR GAMIN, S. W. Holman, Manager, Machinists and Steam Fitters. HOUSE FURNISHERS. J. W. HAMILTON, Instalment Plan, HBsefeelI GofU Main Street DIRE DRUGGISTS. W. M. YEARBY, Prescription Druggist. Main Street, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Etc. MICHAELS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Corner Main and Mangum Streets. N. M. JOHNSON & CO., Wholesale and Retail, Stock and Chicken Powders. ' P. W. VAUGHAN, Main St. Prescriptions a Specialty. All Kinds of Druggists' Goods. GROCERS. M. B. WYATT, Between Fidelity Bank and P. O. Heavy and Fancy Groceries. A. G. COX & CO., Main and Church', Heavy and Fancy Groceries. HENRY, O'BRIEN & Ca7 Successors to S. R. Perry, Heavy and Fancy Groceries. W. H. PROCTOR "The Racket," Heavy and Fancy Groceries. R. H. BARBEE, Main Slreet, Heavy and' Fancy Groceries. MILLINERS. MRS. ADA SMITH, m Main Street, Latest Styles in All Goods. MRS. A. J. FAUCETTE, Main Street, Hats and Bonnets Full Stock. PRINTING. WHITAKER PRINT'G HOUSE Main Street, Job Work Done in Eest Style. THE EDUCATOR CO., Main and Mangum, Printing, Book-binding and Ruling. EMBALMERS. R. T. HOWERTON & BRO., Mangum Street, Attention Given to All Who Call. BARBERS. WRIGHT & MERRICK, The City Shop. Nothing but Good Work. BROKERS. J. J. MACKAY, Agent, Main St. General Auction House. J. R. GATTIS, Corner Main and Church Streets, Furs, Hides, Metals and Produce. W. B. SURLES, Wright Building, Commission Merchant and Insurance HOTELS. HOTEL CLAIBORN, W. H. Billings. Commercial Men a Specialty. HOTEL DRIVER, Mrs. Fanny Petway. Sample Rooms Rates Reasonable. BAKERY. " D. MANGUM, Main Street, Baker, Grocer and Confectioner. PHOTOGRAPHERS. WM. SHELBURN, Main Street, Photographs and Crayon Work. C. W. ROCHELLE, Main Street, Ah Kiftd tf Pkotographic Werk. CTORY i O GENERAL MEItCIIAjlD Q. E. RAWLS . Main Street, General Merchandise. CARRINGTON & THAiR .Main Street, General Merchandise. DURHAM SUPPLYCO" Main Street, General Merchandise. H. H. MARKHAMT" Main and Mangum, . General Merchandise. F. M. BARBEE, " Parrish Street, . General Merchandise. FARMERS ALLIANCE STOB Church Street, General Merchandise. FURNITURE. CHEEK FURNITURE CO, Mangum and Parrish SU., Wholesale and Retail Dealers. DURHAM FURNITURE CO, Corcoran Street, Complete Stock at All Times. DRY GOODS. J. W. JONES & CO., Main Street Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Shot ELLIS, STONE & CO., 124 Main Street, Full Stock of Dry Goods. CLOTHIERS. T. J. LAMBE, Main Street, Clothing and Gents' Furnishics W. A. SLATER & CO., Main and Mangum Sts., Fine Clothiers and Hatters. HARDWARE, ETC. C. C. TAYLOR, ' Main Street, Stoves and Tinware. A. E. LLOYD & CO., Live Hardware Men, 122 Main Street. See jiicin. J. T. WOMBLE, Hardware and General Stock, A Full Line and Prices Low. BAR ROOMS. M. C. HERNDON, 107 Peabody Street. Fresli Wines and Liquors. A. J. ELLIS, Church Street, Fresh Wines and Liquors. T. H. SCOGGINS, Mangum and Feabody, Fresh Winc3 and Liquor. ARCHITECTS. S. L. LEARY, Architect. Plans and Estimates Furni NURSERIES. ROSE HILL NURSERY, Near Trinity College. General Nursery Stock. BLACKSSIITIIS. W. H. HOLLOWAY, Parrish and Church SU Go.nrrnl Rlnnkamithini? ill HcsU BOOKS AND STATION ET T. J. GATTIS & SON, Main Street. .Books, Pictures and Statioerf MUSICAL INSTRIM1 W. R. MURRAY & CO., Main Street, Pianos, Organs, Sewinff