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VOL. V. NO. 80.
JjURHAM, N. C, THUltSDAY EVENING, .MAY 10, 1S9L PlilCE FIVE CENTS. .. test special xiiu s. THREE OF A KIND III COURT TWO KILLED BY COXEITESjlilOIANS CAUSE TROUBLE! ;, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Marshals Murdered by In-; Hie Full-Bloods vs. the Half1 J Mayor Link Fined Some Fes tive Fighters. striate. Breeds, l ilK TKAOKDY AT YAKIMA CAVALRY ON THE SCENE DAVIS DRANK LAUDANUM t-'Y elH'. The Half-Moods Were Disfranchised in the Council. inlii r.nuHi -f the Coxcy ' Tlioy Are Very Much Stirred Up Over the jn.Iii'Ui.il Am.y i Causiisjr Scrims Ti oiiblt: -More Illood-lu d 3f;y lie 5 x-pi-cted Marshals Cii idestr an. I .-ol'liek Kioeil. Curt ailmr-ot of Their Kights Trouble Is l.y.pvi ted atOs igf-The Half-Itreeds May lii-e in I-ebellioii Agninst the National Con ncil. He Says That His Laudanum Made Him Ti)?y. It is reported that Ohairnim Simmons j The Wake Forest ball team Lave re has called the state democratic committee , turned to the college very much elated to meet in extra scs-'on. over their fine record in Virginia. ! Ta. .ma, W;i-!i i ;ciul Telerr;tm to G L'TiiniE.O. T , May 10. Special Telt T.n, (I i.':: k.J -At Ya'-.i.ma, in this fciub-, ' ram to The Gloke News has reached i:i.t ni-ljt a pitched b.-tle oecurre-1 !,.; ' this point of trouble in the Indian Terri ,,,,. local mar,b;u urA the Washing-1 lry. T,,e companies of cavalry sta in;, ..U: branch of the imluslrid army.' liontd at Fort Reno, have gone to Osage, Two of the local deputies, :hMe.der and 1 Cherokee capital, to preserve the j,,;;;, k, were shot in the iv h c and v. ill I peace. The full blood Indians have ob uicliom their injuries. Th- re is crtat ! Uinccl control -of the national councils ..vehement at Yakima. A teh-ium tell-! ai-d are running things with a high hand. , , , .. . ! ti i ,n,ii i,o3 rkoc-pri in art 1 of the O'Brien basement in the hours of in- (.f the 1-attle reneV-d here aio-r- 1 he national council La3 pasecl an act , l.l .fl, 1 1..1..T He Is Let Off with the Costs, But the Lord Mayor Gives Him a little Lecture The l ighting ISrethren Are Let Off with Two Shining Silver Wheels Each The Grind of the Court. Mayor Link held a short levee this morning. J. T. Davis was up, charged with be ing drunk on Sunday. Davis said that laudanum and not whiskey had made him 'drunk. He va3 told to go, anel drink laudanum no more. Judgment was suspended on payment of 4he costs, which amounted to &2.G0. No snakes were produced in the evi dence this morning. Ed. Alston, Tom Perry and Van Fuller had quite a little scrapping match back Have Pure Water!. AND QUIT BUYING 4 'Microbe Killer ' ' We Have the Best Water Filtcrers in the City Universally .hiiclorseu. FURNITURE COMPANY FOR SUMMER COMPLAINTS USE YEARBY'S CHOLERA CURE PREPARED BY W. M. YEARBY, DRUGGIST. Hfc. t , AT R0XB0R0. INSTALLATION. A New Weekly Papsr to Be Started '. Rev. L. II. Turnbull Will P,e Installed The New Presbyterian ! as Pastor To-night The Minis try, and M ir-i.ai Feake, of Tacom.-., ; d.-clai i :i that half bloods are not entitled ; :., -or.e to the m- n-: of ihe diiuetiliy. j to vote, thus disfranchising over six hun i "an her trouble U e o; r. !.ef;d; d from j died voters and shutting out the mixed- t ;ii.- branch of I lie .'o.e iie.--. the still and sombre night. In conse quence the police court held three of a kind this morning They were fined $2 each and the costs were divided. Church. ters Oflieiatia":. .Special Correspondence of Tnn Globe. j At the Presbyterian church to-niyht i Roxboko, N. C, May 10. The Pres-j there will be an interesting ceremony, byterians of Koxboro will shortly begin j nie iIev. L. B. Turnbull will be formally the erection of a new chu!ch. j ing,aiea as pastor of that church. Rev. Ground is being broke n this week for j ' .Tiipnh II S-m;!! f f (Irtr -,!:n f). Will lle- a new brick building for the Person I hi1 ( nvci nine nt rlHil S.r;. the ' t'n . !':t:;- Will I'v !'(!' -nt 1.-hs. b'ood elemci t. Of course this has led to vi ry biltcr ft el in tr, and scriou3 trouble is I anticipatid. The half breeds feel very much outraged by the arbitrary taking away of their right to representation in the council. AT ST. ANNE. X k v Yol.K, May lo.-peei.d Tele j iiain to Tin: Gi.-.isK. Ln.-rpo-d (a.n-.e in 1 to :i pidnir- up aitd went up :;n;ther ; i) .iiit ai.d biter went oil", elw.-in 1 point ! . , ' i " Town is Almost Swept Away hy the ahovt- opening. Ha'e:4 were 12,000. fr'pot, Surging v.aters. :i.b" ste&dy; fair i suaed. New Yrk j ()uruKC, Canada, May 10 Special I'ut ires opened Augu-t 7.1 1, 3 p-.ints i j Telegram to The C lobe. Telegrams fioiu yciteiday's elo.-i i:g, Unci ua i i;:; he j ICC. ivc.,i to-day from St. Anne slate that tween 7.(S and 7 il, closing at 7 0 ? (3ov-; t! , iv is no change in affairs there since eminent report shows 5 crcenl dt ore : te ; at jdht. The water has remained sta in aereage from last year, which wou! 1 tionarv to day, and no great amount of indicate a bullish market. j additional damage has been done. Wheat July opened and eh -ed r,0 qUEi;kc, May 9 A despatch received this evening trom St. Anne de la raraeie -ays the place is in great danger of des- ruetion by landslides brought on bv to ."id1 American Tobacco Com r.on 5 Uick ilall, closing at s5 to 8; itai-i;i; mi: c.-ty. An Army of i't.iirteru Thousand Comiiii nee Action. caiuses similar to those which recently nearly w iped St. Albans out of existence A short distance from here live houses hae already been carried into the liver, and ten others are rapidly crumbling to THE NEW OFFICERS. The Grand Lodze of ()ld Fellows Ad journed This Morning Officers Elected. A number of delegates were aboard the evening train on their way home frojr the meeting of the granel lodge of Odd Fellows which has been in session at Goldsboro this week. The body ad journed thi3 morning at 11 o'clock. The new officers are : AV. C. Douglas, of Carthage, grand master. Charles Lumsden, of Raleigh, deputy grand master. Yvr. T. Dorlch, of Goldsboro, grand warden. B. II. Woodell, of Greensboro, grand secretary. R. J. Jones, of Wilmington, grand treasurer. W: D. Gaster, grand representative. liver the charge to the congregation, while Rev. McG. Shields, of Roxboro, will deliver the charge- to the pastor. Durham people have been pleased v. ith County Courier. It is rumored that a new weekly news paper will be started here at an early day by a joint stock company. Kev. J. u. hnocn .,o u.,,., , Tnrnbul, aD(i no (louljt ;l , con. been on a visit to fnends in Person this j nipt . 1 The two Mormon elders who obtained permission sometime ngo to preach in the OPERA HOUSE. ONE WHOLE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 7 MEXICAN CHICK And his Great Company of Comedians l Merry-Makers Playing to Full Houses at Popular Prices. laiiou to night. fi.e Canadian railway bridg'r is we ak- M VMifA, Nit'.UAt;UA. peeia.l Ca- ! cuing and when it goes it is almost, c.'T lain to t;ike the wJ:ole village with it F.i r.itiS and villagers are abandon in r their 1; mes and removing th' ir portabU t per;y to places of safety. Ni'ws received from St A-.ie v mil ni-i! is to th;: tdT:-ct that the situation is a arming Houses are failing one by one ami are being candid away by the str-.-am, which is.mtde a racing tori cut by the heavy rainfall. avii.i; Tiia conviois. !o'.ii;iiu to Tin: Clohk. The revolu tion ia San Salvador is fa.-t lci:'g ground. It will probably be oomph u ly sappressi d within a short lime. Gen . eral Antonio K.eta v itii an army of 1 1 uuo men has surrounded the city, aad the action em the place has commji.eed. 'ieaeial Santa Anna and his battel i,s oi iirtillery have just begun t'ne bomb..rd nunt of the city. Ml.MVM lilAL, i i.ISl. ?,Iin-rs ThiOiittn to Atack an Alahama Storhatle. j I-ip.MiNwiiAM, Ala., Ma 10 Special i Telegram to The Globs. All the com I p ii.ies of locai militia have been put un i der arms, and gotten in readiness to move Tht- Austrian Diet Has i;'.jct t-il t'le C'iri laniat's I. ill. lb DA Rkstii, Slav 10. - Special v' d.'e I at a !u'mc:u'i notice on account of the gram to 1 in: Groin-: In ti.e An -' : iar. ; a n; , , , ... , i , ,. nt-svs that i cached here this morning, i'ut to-day the House aI- grrite- 1. i K i , ., , , , , , ! regaidiug the mining troubles at Pratt jecte.i the e.vil marriage bid by a ma I 2 . , . . . ., City. At that point a large band of jorityoi twenty-one. i his is one oi the v,l- l . . , .! , i i , ; ., sttikiiu miner?, made up from the stri most popu ar nuTiSUies that lias le. e.i iu- ' , , . , , . . ! kcrs of the' icinii v, have rotten together ir. dated into the chamber, ana a um.is- j ... , aud il.re.teii to "ttack the stockade b Un ciisis is anticipated m view (d its ,. . rn. , , , ,-i in which the slate convicts employed in I election 1 he i.oi.uhir i:h mbcr.-ni ot ; 1U j 4i - 4 the mines aie kept. If the miners at tempt to attack the stockade, the troop- In tho Senate To-day. Washington, M.ay 10 Special Tele gram to The Globe A bill to icpeal the act of June 1, 1882, regulating the us? of the capitol ground-, the law under which Coxey was arrested, was intro duced by Senator Allen, of Nebraska. It was n ferred to the judiciary committee S aator Peffer offered a resolution pro v idiug for a select committee to consider the present condition of affairs, business depression and the large number of the unemployed, and report what necessary legislation will afford relief. This went over until to-morrow. Canadian Town Wiped Out hy I"irf. Montreal, Canada, May 10. S ecial Telegram to The Globe. Fire has al-mo.-t wiped out the town of St. Henri Twenty families are rencered homeless by the disaster. the House is largely in favor of the bid srorri:i at i am; i will be sent to the scene by a special llu Wild Killers if the Utt ;!;n" toit a ".P.. Camp Out. I . i KANSAS ClTV, May 10. special Tele- ; A "Kight Honorable" Married. gram to Tin: Globe -The ban.! of'; Ia ndon, May 10. Special Cablegrau Coxeyites who stole the Missouri Paciiio to The Globe. The Right Honorabh train and so cleverly outwitted the rail ; t:enry Herbert Asquith, British secrttar read officials yesterday, were later stop j cf state fur lurae affairs, and a lealer in ped hy aa obstruc:;on placed on the Mis- thejlloseberry cabinet, was at noon lo-da souri Paciii: tracks. They stopped and j married at St. George's church to Miss ciaiptd out with the triiu last uigit. I Largol Tenuant, daughter of Sir Charles- The train was held up in its rapid course jTeuaant, a Scottish nobleman of Glas at Clivington, Colorado, near the Kansas state line. g.w. The affair was an event in social and diplomatic circles. Notice ! Will be for rent .bout April , a house containing five large rooms; good city and weli water and garden. Apply to A. LiOLDSTLIN. court bouse here, have not as yet held a singie service in it. They have been op erating at points in this section for months. At the municipal election here Mon day, Tucker was elected mayor over Lansdeli, by a majority of thirty-eight The following were elecud commission ers: S. B Wiusiead, ". K. Vebb, R J Hal!, R K. Daniel and A. R. Foushee The lliht was over the question of commissioner. salaries Foushee was the only mar; elected on the anti-salary ticket The b( aid went into ( 111 :e Tuesday after noon. A small steamboat has been placed on Loch Lily, lK-e miles west of R xb ro, for the here fit of visitors. U. N. C. COMMENCEMENT. Xeat Invitations Are Issned Mr. Hoke Smith Will Speak on Wed nesday. Very neat invitations to Urn ninety ninth annual commencement of the Uni versity of Noith Carolina are being fent this week. The following is the pro gramme : Sunday, Jcne 3. 11 a. m. Baccalaureate Sermon, by the Kev. F. J. Murdock, D. 1). Monday, Jum: i. 8 i. m. Vnrsiveisary meet inrs of the L'ia etie and Pedant ; ropio Societies. Tens day. Junk ". 0:31 a. ra. Meeting of the Board of Tiustees. 11:3 i a id. Address by Kev. P. L. Keid, I. D on Ihe Lite an 1 Character of Charles F. Deem-." 1:,0 p. n:. Meeting of the Alumni A ssee-ia- tiun. 4 p. ia. Senior Cl;'.es-T)..y Ixrcises. 8 p. in. Or.t!oi:s by Kepres- ntaties cf the Dialeelie and Peilanth.-r i -- So ieti s. l' p. ru.-Faeulty Bee ptioa in the Gymna- SiU'U. WhUNTSPAV. Jr.r. 6 Commence?.: Ext Bay. 1) a. in. e "omm-nce'Ti nt 1 xe- e s--3 ia Me morial Ha'.I: r itie :is and r: ?-.5 ?-y iad-uate-. l ia. Add ess by H-n. H -inith. 1 p. m. Coiaieriia of L-e.re -s. Announce ment of Iloa jrs aa 1 Appo.i.r :ae;:ts. l:ri. in Aiu iiLi i.a:i iiiet. 4 p. in. At.oetie Li a:: e. 8 o. id. Context hy tilee Club. New i' -a lives in tli- t iiiek .vh v. The Cnick e m;. mv's ,h.o-v ia -t night Ask your grocer for Rex Baking Pow ders it is pronounced I lie Lest em the market and sells for 10 cents per pound. V. II PliOi TOH, Agent for the Factory. W. II Proctor at the Racket Grocei gives you low cash prices six days in the week, wholesale or retail. Call on him Household Treasure. I). W. Fuller, of Cannjohari?, N. Y., say .hit he always keeps Lr. K lag s .Nov i-i- coverv in the house and his tunny lias ;n ,v:ivs found the verv bet resu.ts follow it is-: that he would not be without it, if pro- unible. G. A. Dykeman, druggh-t, Calkiii. S .. savs that Dr. Kin ' s Je.v iiscuver is undoubieilly the bet coaijh remedy ; thu. ae h:u u-ed it in lies family lor eight yta: oid it h:is never failed to dj all th:tt i ciaitned for it. Why not try a remedy m. long tried and test ex 1 ? Trial bottles tree a K. Illhicknall & .on's drug store. Kegulai ,ize 50c. and 1.00 Johnson's Magnetic Oil cures cramp mil colic and internal neuralgia and head iche and bac&ache iustantly. 23 and 50 cents. V. M. learby. Worlil's C)lini4iau i xi;osilion Will be of value to the woild by ilbutint ing the improvements in the mechanical art and eminent hysici .-ins will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents has been of equal imporUt.ee, ami hs a strengthening iax itive that Syrup of Figs ii far in adva::e of all otti,.is Loss of strength ?..nd 11 .-h, wasting away fiom any cause promptly ai rested by tuing that gieati st d' all fa! producers, Joh ison's Tastelt ss Compound t.'od Liver Gil. W. M. Yearby. Buckleu's Aruicst Salvr. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ( napped hand.-., Clnlhlains (irns ::nd .-ill Skin Liin.tions, and positively cure Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 'o cents per nox. rorsait by U. IllaekiKill Son. 8i:i in Six Woks. Noki olk, Va , Feb. :J, '01 Received from J. W. Beasly, tiea-urei Southern Sick and Accident Benefit As sociation, of Xoifolk, Va, 12 second claim for six weeks disability, making in all received on account of sickness. 1- KANC IS 11 III II. Japanese Liver Pellets are He best family medb ine for liver complaint and constipation. 50 pills m vial 'go cents. Tomatoes, snaps and Irish potatoes, the freshest te be found, at Berry & Go's Order a supply early. Constipation and sick headache per raanently cured, and piles prevented by Japanese Liver Pellets; o?peri.'i!ly adapted to children's use. W. M Yearby. Mr. T. R Purnedl returuid to Raleigh this morning. lee ly Samples! VANAMAKER & BROWN ,lpn tli lr9f1lnff tjiilorq rf ihl ontintrir. Thlg seHson they have the handsomest fabrics yet presemeu. l heir bprinf smrs arc now in season. Vim osi n ir..t tin. tnilor-inmlo u-cxxla from that house at the same price as tho shoddy, boggy ready-made. I am their airent. Let me call and show the samples. S. H. PEACE. PLASTIGO! For nicest and best LailX-I FINISH t USE PLASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole Aarent for Plastlco in Durham Was very" wc. allei.de 1. ii.e leaiuitb Were u.Us a ihe sau.e a- tl.e-y have be n oa the- previous nights. At th- peifor rnance : s ee- n;v ; m tny ne-v fea'Urts wiii be i.nrutl ued iu- tha programue lbu-. Gi.oiiK ha a roiih noted to- merits of the iudiv.du-d peifolineis. It Will He i.e 1 ili't. Jotin .Merrick's barber shep is under going extensive repairs The Durham hous furnishing agency has the work und r c-uuiiact. It i g :ug right ahead, and I iraa.n vi 1 s aa ht.e iae hicd-somt-ct tons Tisl p a. -r- ia tl.e stale. .V Htilici pill., and e cry tute w.iD'.s l 'ici f in the "II W11ZX IT LOOKS DARK to any weak or adnig woman. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription comes to h'-r help. For " fcma'.s com plaints " of every kind, peri'vMeal pains, internal inflammation or ulceration, ia.r-ing-down seasations, and all chronic weak nesses an 1 derange ments, this is the reme-iy. It's the only one 6osi.ro that it can be rpinrantcrrf. If it doesn't lnef.t or cure, in tho caso of every tire 1 or afliicted woman, Ehe"il havfi hor rnnnv back. The "Preprint ion"" builds up p.nd invizo rates the entira female Evstorn. It regulates and proTiot--? all tlie proper f'mctiou'. im proves digtin, enriches tbo blwl, 1ustIs eeh"rs an I pa:ns, brings refreiliing sleep, and reor'is halih and stren?rth- Nithin o)vi, thonh it may be better for a tricky d ?al r to stii, cxui be " jut as good" for you to buy. WR mi NT FOR FACTORIES! WE PKINT FOR BANKS! XV K I'KIXT FOR YAREHOUSES! xx i: ritiNT FOR MERCHANTS! XK TKINT FOR ALL! CALL ON OIC ADIiltL.SS THE EDUCATOR CO. DURHAM, N. C. Use the preat er-y.-ific for "coM in head" and catarrh Dr. feasts Catarrh Remedy. C AU IION : AGENTS WANTED For the only authorized Biography cf James G. Blaine, ly dull Hamilton, his literary executor, with the co-o juration of his family, and for Mr. Hiairif "stre-at History, "Twenty Vearsof Con ree8."ani his later ixok, "Political Dicu ions. One jrosr'Ctus tor the three books. Exclusive territory (riven. Write for term to fh.. Kfurr 1111 1'iib. Co., NorwIrh.CoiJD. CHOOL NOTICE : un W ednesl iy. Ju"e 6th irox., 4 p. ro the school ciininitt eof Iiurham m ill me't for the lur.os (i eie-ctiiiif a Rujerintenlent and orj.a of teachers lor tho white and colored Kr.vl-1 bcnoois of Durham for next eaion. ur roles r-juire that all teacbort nall be ex amined hy thH uiierlntejlent before ther are eligible to election, ani this is to give notice that ail oersons Jei;imf eir;p oyment aa teach ers In tLe white k-UwI for next umlon muit appear t-efore u:ernteni-ut Kennedy at bis o:iice In the whiiefchojl builJinK on Saturday, May lt'th int., at In o'clock a. to exam 0....1 o.' him und t nono dthlrimr to teach in the ! colored schol must pp"ar ai wu-e place on iaatiou. V. A. OL'TIIKIK. Chm'D. M OKTGAGC SALE! Ht-authnritv contained in a mortsrajre deed ciii ut 1 u tne uideflrnel r . M. Man- . . - - . i- . . .;. il. i . luroa-., un i lee;- as k.3 .a . . I ... L-I some A ucic. A'.V-V .w.a i..eui u.i. , ........tp.t,,,,., ..!!! aii Trf.i-eo-.es arft nsutionM airainst i'irchas- inz 'IV ej'wone lntrurnenta reiuirmz llittcry f r thi-ir -;eratijn, or uinz m-,trtjin'nrs i .w.-j.i rO.fi .ii T,t mull! li -n-3 ot the Am n e oi Vic 11 Teh-p-i' ii" e o n any, of Ho4- j ,JUJ a, ,4 wife. I w ill offer at public auction to ((in. M.i , j tu hih- st bidder at th court boumj door In I j.is e . : i-i-iV o n, I -tt-r ; i?- f t . !o.- j,u,jlim o:i .Moud-iV, June 4. 14, at 12oclock -.1 . t 11. r -o l; r i'i r. S j eni r I., ... tm t i,t lt;f i-ontHininif Hixtr one and -yI i'. a a bin l X : yr o t a- 1 l-ji' '!. t w-tnird- ti ) acr. more or leas, and ad- iti.ii-r.tr r i't''n N" .'ih-.-i t TdO ii e A. b T-:i 1. Mi. i!,!-;1:. hr.o;i ;ik 1:1 t-i vr ::ei. wt.,c:i -i c er lun-ia , : n f- ii t e ait foru. 't :n:er tna.- transrai ur u..'l of t.irn-u t le tablespoonfui i3 a d atid ii gotsd jAD pleasamly. Yua'b lind ii u miid laxative, vviia no ripiuj, ant! does not eiebitiiaie. It tpuickiy reii vts the system ef malarial poison, and curei Coc-iipatioa, Indiges tion, Diliou;aess and Sick Headache. , . . T ; . .... I'., -n' ,t,,r O n--ii-i'i iia i ik' tu: o.iy f ii!.;i O -s :i':i:i-ii.'.rat-ro j Ce-.-al; o: AOi'er Tur -r. : : a-e a.l per- j 4.ti4 . ;iv !-' ai Hain-i s-il 1 stale ar-. n rc- j-iiii.Jif the- lands of W. f. Mamrum. Iavid 1 l.iey and others, rin an i lyin in uurnara county and Manvurn township. For further l-cr ption of which, ee Uk No. IT, mort ir ti.es, pa'. Is, 1'Jund 31. In the olhcc of the rc'isi'-r of dec-is of Imrharn county. C iLViN O'UltlANT, CIIAr?. E- TL'KNKU. Mortgagee. Attorney. April -', bv n..l!li ed to pr-M -ui i cLii s f e.e on .r YTT T YflTT T 0 t..ic- ta- ttn li ot .'! : . 1--5. or tins notice t AWA - m il.t-.- j e d i: a t i 1 n ir ict-.c j. serset-! i )de'.t-i to .d -t.ite - her..-oy untitled to cjiae l"'vr.iri in-i --t e ;if o ce. WISI.KV II i: s iihittO.N. Tfiuv.ici lsrd. A l;nini-trat!r. ' tentlon - - j - - - -- Cill on Holder & Couch, next to Kerry & Co., and i?et jrices lor the e-aon. All ordeis left with me tor carriage win receive prompt ai- ,. V). llUiil'Cli. ! ! t-i ! i in S-t-.Mh.iW''.1