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TJUK DUKHAM DAILiY GLOBE, TUESDAY, JUX.Y 10.
MAXGUM COMES BACK He Has a Talk Concerning Out Spe cial Correspondent. Explains That Things Wore Misunder stood in Some Ways. SAYS HE MAKES A BAD BREAK Ami That He In l orever Through with the Iftiftiiii'HH I'nle the iranJIle Oracle .lumps Him. To Tin: Kditok: The amended com plaint of your special correspondent goes behind his own returns, as reported in hi first communication, in order to give color to the allegation that the committee on credentials were "all Amis men.'' In his first report of the proceedings he gives Settle one vote from Person. See Cr.onK of July 10 1 Now he sas "Per son withdrew from the convention and did not vote." A magnifying glass is not necessary in detecting a discrepancy here. lie has my permission to amend his complaint as often as he chooses, not as to matter of substance, but only as to matter of form, as the lawyers would say. Out of his own mouth I stand vindicated, while The News and Observer and State Chronicle are "not in it." I nm somewhat at a disadvantage in this controversy, from the fact that my antagonist sails a nom de plume, while I sign my own communications; but am consoled by the thought that he that is armed with the right is thrice armed. The plaintiff is entitled to a judgment of non suit and his plea therefore is cheer fully granted. This is the last time I shall allude to He subject if "Correspon dent" respects the armistice. I). C. Ma no iwi. Durham, X. C , July 1!). A KOMI) "THE WORLD! THE NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE STATE AND COUNTRY. Scissored, Pasted, Stolon, Written, Jiii iiiiKMl and Abducted for the llen eiit of Globe Iluy ICeaderM. A big lire at Kichmond, Va., last night destroyed the C. it O. grain elevator and many adjoinig buildings. Entire loss about $ 100,000. Steps are now in progress for the prosecution of the leaders of the strikers in the Homestead. The Carnegics say they will visit the penalties of the law upon the offenders. Yesterday while David Lester and Howard Hook, deserters from the camp at Homestead, were on a spree they stabbed Frank Calhoun in the stomach with a bayonet, inflicting wounds which will cause his death, lloth men were arrested. Saturday, at Elmira, N. Y., Isaac Gould, a colored coachman, of Wilkcsbarre, Pa., was married to a white girl named Louisa Hyance. The ceremony was performed by the Kev. M. II. Koss, a colored Metho dist minister. Gould celebrated his wed ding by getting drunk. Jesse Guseman, aged.10, shot and fatally wounded Mary Yeageraged IT, Saturday evening, at Uniontown, Pa , with a Flo bcrt ritle. Guseman was practicing some distance from where the girl was sitting, when she dared him to shoot at her. Guseman instantly turned and shot. The ball entered the girl's right side, and her physicians say she will die. A special to the State Chronicle says: On Sunday, Col. Jas. M. Isbell, a promi nent republican politician of Caldwell county, stabbed and probably fatally wounded Louis F. Shuford, a prominent citizen of the Yadkin Valley. The cause of the trouble was the rivalry between Isabell and another over the teaching of public schools. Shuford was a school committeeman. Ilcautiful Miss Hose Woodruff, aged 18, lias lied of fright in Jackson, Mich., the result of a letter with skull and cross bones, under which was written, "You are w hite capped by twelve of your best friends. Look out, we give you but two more of these warnings." Distress caused by this letter threw Miss Woodruff into spams on Wednesday, of which she died Friday. Officers will attvmpt to find and arrest the letter writer. TOBACCO TALK. Kev. Alex Walker tiUes III View- on the Tobacco .Market. The receipts of leaf tobacco continue good and but little chauge in values. The demand continues good for all sound tobacco. The growing crop of tobacco through this section is good and nc mis take. There has been but little damage by wet weather some sign of freuchinir but nothing serious. If the seasons con tinue good from this time on there will be a good crop made and it may be well to state that the growth of the crop now on the hilll is very good indeed. It is tiue the crop of tobacco has had about all the water it could stand, but the cool weather while the lands were so wet has made very much in favor of the plant and kept a great deal of it from being drowned at all events the crop up to this time is very promising. Nobodv need suffer from languor and melancholy if they take Simmons Liver Kegulator COMING AND GOING. ! Durham I'eople on the Move and Visitors in the City. W. A. Devin, of Winston, is in the city. E. E. Pugh went down to Kaleigh to day. J. W. Foy, of Baltimore, is in the city i to-day. J. G. Hall, of Oxford, is at the Hotel Driver. J E. Smith and wife, of Kaleigh, is in the city. T. A. Hanks, of Pittsboro, was in the city to-day. Dr. J. M. O'Kelly, of Williams Mills, is in the city. James Smoot, of Danville, Va., is tt the Hotel Driver. Miss N. M. Faucettc, of Kaleigh was in the cit to day. I). M. Petty, of Asheboro, was in the ! city yesterday evening. It. L. Evans, of P.urlington, was in the city yesterday evening. Kev. Ii. S. McKenzie, of Ilillsboro, was in the.city yesterday evening. Miss Annie Collins, of Ilillsboro, was in the city yesterday evening. Mayor Angier returned to the city to day after an absence of a week. Horn, to W. M. Lemon3 and wife, last night, a boy weighing 1U pounds. S. L. Adams has gone where the "wood bine twineth" and the sea roareth. Kev. D. A. Long, of Ohio, passed through the city yesterday evening. Mrs. A. S. Barbee is in the city visiting Mrs. P. H. Ilarrell, on Morris street. W. W. Fuller, who has been on a tout northward, returned to the city to-day. A. II. Smoot returned to the city to day after a business trip to other points. Kev. W. S. Black passed through the city yesterday evening en route to Con cord. Miss Alberta Moring is visiting Misses Sallie and Mary Henderson on Kamseur street. Dr. B. F. Dixon, of Greensboro Female college, passed through the city yesterday evening. Miss Cordie Wicker, of Cameron, is visiting her uncles, C. II. and W. G. O'Daniel. Mrs. Shaw and children, of Oxford, passed through the city yesterday even ing en route to Burlington. W. II. Crabtree and family left on the evening train yesterday to spend a week or two visiting at Ilillsboro. G. A. Jones, of Winston, was in the city to-day attending the funeral services over the remains of John Word. II. M. Ivey, of Kaleigh, attended the funeral of policeman Word to-day and left for his home at 12:30 o'clock. Miss Mamie Gray, who has been visit ing Miss Mabel Duke, returned to her home at Danville, Va., this morning. Mack Parrish and little son, who have been visiting at Lyon, in Granville count', returned to their home3resterday evening. Miss Mable Duke, and Miss Mamie Gray, a visitor, went to Kaleigh yester day at noon and returned on the even ing train. Miss Mary L. Lacy, of South Boston, Va., who has many friends in Durham, passed through the city to-day en route to Kaleigh. Mrs. John Wood, of Kaleigh who has been in attendance upon the funeral of Mr. John Word, left on the noon train for her home. J. F. White and wife, of Oxford, who have been visiting friends at Greensboro, are in the city to-day and will return to their home to-night. Mrs. E. Clarke, Misses Kena and Mary and Master Willie Clarke, of Oxford, passed through the city yesterday even ing en route to Burlington. W. II. Cornelius, who has been in the city for several days, left yesterday even ing for Charlotte and will return in a few days and establish a "sight reading class in music." YESTERDAY'S BALL. Whore 1'layed and Who Did the It urines Hot. At Montgomery Montgomery 0, New Orleans 1. At Washington Washington 11, Lou isville 7. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 7, Pittsburgh. At New York Cincinnati 5, New York 2. At Baltimore Baltimore 1, Cleveland 7. At Philadelphia Chicago 3, Philadel phia i:. Soiu Foolish People, Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will w ear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be in duced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would im mediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c and $ 1 .00. Trial size free. At all druirgists. To counteract the desire for strong drink take Simmons Liver Kegulatcr. It i i . V'WNUFACTUREDOIII.10' RWHITLOCKRICHH0HD9W Relieves Mattings, ClaOSIZtlGJ iNNim !J Now is your time to get a wonderful bargain in Mattings. - Splendid assortment. AVe have made an awful cut in prices. Nothing so cool and pleasant for warm weather as good Matting. We advise our friends to buy at once, as the stock will not last much longer. 124 Main Street, BUFFALO LITHIA WATEE -o Spiiiir No. 1. fcpi'iiift- IVo. . NATURE'S BOON TO SUFFERING WOMEN. The Great Regulator of Their Qreat Function. -o nil. IIALSTEAD BOYLAXI), Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of Paris and former Professor in the Baltimore Medi cal College, 7B Avenue d'Antin, Paris: "BUFFALO LITHIA WATER is, per haps MORE THAN ANY OTHER WA TER IX THE WORLD, A SPECIFIC for diseases of the FEMALE PELVIC ORGANS. It acts as a MEN STRUAL REGULATOR; in cases of AMENORRIKEA it reduces the CAT A MENIA, while in crises of DYSMEN ORRHEA it allays the pain anJ induces the excessive How of blood, amounting to MENORRHAGIA, to the normal standard. In both diseases a course of this water tends to make the flow appear AT THE REGULAR INTERVALS OF TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS, accommo dating itself in some unaccountnble man ner to each class of cases.'' DR. JOHN II. TUCKER, Henderson, X. C, member of the Medical Society of X'orth Carolina, member of the American Medical Association : Tn manv of the disease PECULIAR TO WOMEN MENSTRUAL IRREG ULARITIES, SUPPRESSION and tha manv functional derangements resulting from CIILOROAN.EMIC conditions,! prescribe BUFFALO LITHIA WATER with almost the same confidence that I Water in Cases of I Doz. Half - -o Descriptive pamphlet.- sent free. Springs open for guests June 1, 16(.)2. THOS. 1. GOODE, Prop., 11UFFALO LITllIA SPKINGS, VA. limply a WALK OVER - - - - getting- trade on OLD VIRGINIA GHEROOTS Their fire is never out. A hundred thousand lov ers are enveloped by their smoke. - - - -Beautifully made from a choice combination of stock, and only TEN CENTS for FIVE. ROLL R THE MOST CONVENIENT TRUNK EVER DEVISED. The Trav is arranged to roll back, leaving the bottom of the Trunk easy of access. ) ) ) TRAY TRUNK Nothing to break or get out of order. The Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a guarantee that you will get the strongest Trunk made. If your Dealer cannot furnish you, notify the manufacturers, H. W. ROUNTREE & BR0., Richmond, Va. all soreness of the murous membrane an cures GONOKRHa-A and GLIiET in t to5layi. No ether treatment necessary. Nerercauses stricture or leaves any injurious after effects. Price, i. Sold by druggists. BLOOD BALM CO., Pro's, Atlanta. 6a. Mattings ! -o- OUT Durham, N. C. do QUININE in CHILLS and FEVER." DR. WM. T. HOWARD, of Baltimore, Professor of Diseases of Women and Children in the University of Maryland, savs of these waters : i ,4In short, were I called upon to state from what mineral waters I have seen f.t . . i me greatest anu mosi unmisiaKauie amount of good accrue in the largest number of cases in a general way, I would unhesitatingly say the BUFFALO j SPRINGS, in Mecklenburg county, Vir- ginia." j DR. WILLIAM B. TOWLES, Profes ! sor of Anatomy and Materia Medica in j the Medical Department of the Univcr j sity of Virginia : ! "In some of the PECULIAR AFFEC ITIONS of WOMEN, notably in SUP 1 PRESSION of the MENSES, I have I found BUFFALO LITHIA WATER I HIGHLY EFFICACIOUS." The late DR. J. MARION SIMS, the Great Specialist in DISEASES OF WO MEN, says : "I have ued in rnv practice the water of the BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS of Mecklenburg county, Virginia, for several years past, ana have in many ca?es found it highly beneficial." o- Gallon Bottles, $5 f. o. b. Here. SUMMER HOMES. fa An h Mw Ihii Simmer If you want comfortable accommoda tions, surrounded by a large shaded lawn, with the free use of the Lithia and Chlo ride Calcium Waters, specifics for Indi gestion, Dyspepsia, Insomnia and Ner vous Prostration resulting therefrom, all Kidney Diseases and also Eczema and all Skin and Blood Diseases, go to the Mineral Hotel or Park House, CHASE CITY, VIRGINIA, Where the rates are much less thai, are charged at other as desirable resorts. Re duced railroad rates to Octoberol. Early applicants get best rates and accommoda tions. For pamphlets, board, etc., write to ED M. HOLT Sec'y Chase City Mineral Water Co., Chase City, Mecklenburg Co., Va WATER FOK SALE ItV P. W. VAUGIIAN, DUISHAM, N. C. GLEN ALPINE A. A. BANKS, Prop'r. This Popular Resort Will Be Open for Visitors June I, 1892. Visitors should leave train at Morgan ton, X. C, for the Springs, stopping at the Hunt House, and they can obtain any kind of conveyance they wish to take them on to the Springs. The proprietor will do all In his power to make his guests happy and contented. Band of music and amusements of va rious kinds will enliven the season. The house will be first-class in every department. Satisfaction guaranteed Address, A. A. BANKS, Prop'r, Morganton, N. C. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, N. C. Session 1892-'93 Begins Sept. 8. Classical, Mathematical, Scientific, Liter ary, Biblical, Commercial. Eight men in the Faculty. Cours-g for le- jrrees elective in the higher classes. ACCKSSIULK, INKXI'ENSIVK, MOICAL. V. M. C. A. Hall ami Gymnasium complete. SKNO KOH A CATALOGUE. Address KEV. J. 11. SHEAKEK, D. D., LL. I).. PRESIDENT. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHOUT NOTICE, And as cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kinds of Oressed Ceiling and Flooring, Shingle and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick s barber shop. Main street. a. C. IIOWKLL & CO., Durham. N.C. THE Has Secured Dunng 1892 : W. I. Howell. II. ICider llMUifatd, orman Ioekyer, Conan Doyle, .Mark Twain, I. Chandler Harri, (ieorge Meredith, Andrew Lantr. St. ieorge Mivart, K ti (I yard Klplinj;, It. Iewl Stevenson, William ltlaek. W. Clark Ituell. Mary K. Wilkin. France Hodgson llnrnett. ADd many other distinguished Writers. THE SUNDAY SUN Is the Greatest Sunday Newspajxrr in the world. Price, .1 rent a ropy. Ity mail, 92 a year. Address THE SUN. NewfYork. WANTED ! Fifteen first class Brick Layers and about thirty Common Laborers. APPLY TO "VatscrL 6z Cecil, DTJItHAM. N. C. University of North Carolina I Instruction i-ioffered Infourireneralcoursos of study, six brief course, a larjre number of siectal courses, and In law. medicine and t n itineerinir. Tfie faculty Include twenty teat ti ers. Scholarships and loan funds sre available for needy younir men of talent and charactt r. The next session begins September 1. For catalogue with full information, address PRESIDENT WINSTON, Chapel Hill. N.C. PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOIt ESTIMATES FURNISHED - - My Brick are the IVt Ma,le in tins State, AND I Guarantee Them to Entire Satisfaction. It. Ii. FITZG KHALI), DURHAM, N. C. .1. W.IIUTCHIXS AT City Market, Stall Xo. 1, GETS DAILY FRESH CHICAGO MEAT II V EXPllKSS. Has Lamb, Mutton, Pork. ALL THE VEKY IlKST. GIVE HIM A CAM.. R. T. H0WERT0N & BRO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Carriages, Buggies, Carts! Mant?utn Street, Durham. X. l". Kepairiui; Done Neatly ami I'roini'tly. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. '1 he lar'St and let selected utock f d'.-f. Caskets, liu rial Cases Ki.Ik-s and llunal'M tits in the city. TIIK IIKST KM HALM I Mi I I.I ID. Disinfectants and Deodorizer iiw-d wi-n necessary. Orders receive prompt am ful attention. C. II. MURPHY, Hou:c, Sign end Crr.irr.r.ilFii: ill I II DUKIIA3I, N. C. Paper Hanging, Decorating Frescoing and all tiling in that Line. Your patronage solicited ami satia tion always quaranttcd. References: The best in the city. ( Charges: As low as good work can . done for. Leave orders at Furniture Mor ?. EAILWAY TIME CARD. Arrives Durham. T)in 5 07 a m 10 is a m 12 ;C p m 7 p in 10 'S. a m Liu-.' p rn Arrives Durham. 11. X It. It. K- Deiot,foot Corcoran M. Night Kx. for Greens. Night Kx. lorUol'is. PasseuKtr iroru lUleU'U I'ahseiiKcr lor iCaleiK" Express for UoMtr Kxprcsrt tor Green!'. u H. and 1'a.HM.lor feliuii Ft. and I'uss. lor Green O. & C. It. K- Depot, foot Corcoran . t. Express for Hichm rid Express f rorn Km h:n''i Ft. and I'ass. for Hi b. Ft. and I'as. from Kh- 5 . j M' P v. y i s j 7a 121- ' purt-- i Is Iurn" 1 S J i 3 9 35 p m Arrives Durham. It. A N. IC. 1C Depot, foot Corcoran M- MaU and" Ex n m Mail and Exprec Freight and I'aen''-r Freiht and 1'av r & IC K- , Depot. foot Dillard M. ..ii I vrirMi' fV 4 30 p m 9 45 a m Arrives Durham. II .Via m 7 30 p m Ft. and l'a&s.frora L i 5 'i. 8 A NEW I)ISCOVH,V NADINO'S SURE PILE CUB ........ itllh't!'J-' M L. s i mi fci iiiiaiii i :. ..-f ur. DO YOU WANT GOOD BOARDING Thoiuarch of Ifc-rJ f.oo. doaell U call at IW- Vhrl': 8tet.and vet term' t. fl'Zc'-' who U prejarel to I ur""l4. t m.i.n. iu to a few pe r , rate. 1 he Cox Home saU i.n.ler the ne i" in from In U 15 " V-- purjw. No supi-ltor. " rtf cure the mt wryM -I - ' if..r!tr;, or money Willie n-f ui.;J-. ' ; . Id '' ( price, etc.. call on JW s