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DURHAM, N. C, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ON President Debs to Call Out A. II. U. Men Again. Mrs. Twickenham You have a new DUE TO GENERAL MANAGERS: 11 " i Mrs. Twickenham (who lives nxt i door; Our cook told u this morning : bho would stay another m-tiT li. Trntlt iheir Arbitrary Action Has Excited the Strikers to Re-!of theviclimsof th. trestle wreck, wn, ncwed Efforts. ! tLis mornic-bf n fou u- , der and Let wen two mull cars, fright -I fully mangled. The body of Engineer i Samuel Clark is still under the engine New i hi k i ;tior i i r-. i i;tre Tiuit the trike i Nut -t ot, Kut will u lie- Tlic remains of Privates 1 lark and Lub iinuil with I IK' i -;f l Y i i;o r Ire.ile n ;iiiI uyi lliitt Hefore t In- I;iy I nol Noi th western Will It- I i - ii I I Imr l-emlern jn i.tl 'I ' -It -jt ruin to Til K I i:K. ' i f r . ami, July 14 :! p. m All is quiet here today, but the authorities and the ciijens are alike apprehensive. President Debs d( nie thai lie ha- called I he -Hike oil'. In fj.ct he says lo a cii respondent thi- morning tiiat it will be lenewed with increa-ed vigor He declaM d that he would have all the Not thwestei n and St Paul men out ) f ore I he day i over Vice President Howard said that the boycott would no! be withdrawn, not even to secure the arbitration proposed in the jdati presented by President Cleve land. The attitude ol the General Managers' association and Pullman in the strike and subsequent boycott is bitterly de nounce I here. I'nion men say that if Debs is tried on t he charge of conspiracy to delay the I'nited Stales mails, Kgan must be tried too. ( lent ral Miles does not think the strike oyer. lie is said to be expecting an in creased outbreak in a day or two, but says he is ready for any emergency. Yesterday the stiike was almost de clared off, but the action of the Chicago and Northwestern in refusing to take the strikers and informing them that they could not obtain employment on any road in the I'nited States has greatly incensed the I'nion men and they ate more determined than ever. If the rail roads named do not yield soon, the strike may be expected to be on airain in full blast. I N N -;Y YOKK. labor I.ea.l.i- Mi) the Strike l Not Yet l) er. S p -via! T i t" Tin: Inoio:. Nkw York, July II.:? p m Many local labor leaders express the belief that the strike is not only not ended, but that instead of doing this.it has just begun They say that a week more will see a 1 irger strike than the one tust supposed to be ended. The s.iy the rcfu-al of the managers' tissociai ion to uititratc or to take back the strikeis n ill biing hosts of frieuds to the American Railway I'nion. They also think that the threats of President Debs and Grand Master Sovereign to tight the battle to the last ditch is intended tt) be taken for what it is worth. They be lieve that these leaders ninnt exactly what they said. The action of I're-i lent Gomer-. of the American rcderation of Labor, does not HiTict the ca;e at ai thev saw If the other labor orgauiaitous will not u-si-t tl. i m the railroad men w ill f;;hi it , ,i,,l, fit themselves. I liey claim tiiat t-ougu many A. K I", men have returned to u,,,i .1 .... ,-, ...mi ,..!-, i.r,,r tr. rc.li th of riror r-, ,.. , , . . -. . , The general opinion seems that tte Mrike is not et over, thou h hat i .!.. : M.n.i .... . 1 me lu.i imcic;. ui stuc. iu - . , -omeai uesigQs vou cannoi 00 otrutr man v in .i-.nu, iui 11 au piu-n-vi with tli'rtv -i vil rvmen it tt.is n.fter- i . , can latie lor iuc inu. ii. auuiu, uci , t 1.11 UU lU'rt- cawimcn latc lLl3 aI ! nrst : and :,oLN,(MN) of common stock. - . c , , h traveler Thi- Pce your order- w:th cur marble deal success i ,L,n the strike will assume noon, an 1 proclaimed martial law. He U aa . !. .i .! ers, Hodert I. Hoger, Co. ii.vi 1 F 1 o L'vi 1 11 m. i?t 11 t-r . - .1 i t to.!. 111. ULaiiiif .' j - r AGAIN! t Ueln Denies 'Ihitt the t rl l - IsOtV, 0 e r All the M en uu 1 Cli i -;!(; Out JihIkc Milehrist W ill Th e Situation Toil n . moves are to be taken could not be learned i i i , . i JJailroad (mnloyrnent agents in the I I i.ay of the general managers' association :ii e jiere an,i are hiring all the men they j cancel. Tin's discredit-' the statement! o! (iiairman Kirau that the railroads have all the men they want. sit u,it iuu Ciil ial on A . P. Koad. sj,-(jial Teh-; ram to TitK G f.oe.K. Washington, July 14. :; p. m. The situation is regarded as critical on the Atlantic A: Pacific road. Three infantry companies have just been ordered from . ,, , the V in 1 i. 'irrsi'U to . i lii.tiw Win:.- low and Peach springs. I To rniM i utf I.mImu Leaders. Sin-eiul Telegram to Tijk (JuntK. Clin voo, July 14 p m. Mil christ is preparing to begin civil pro ceedings against Debs and other labor leaders for contempt of couit in violating the injunction. Ov.-r at Cleveland. Special Telegram to Tiik Glome. Cleveland, O., July 14 'J p. m Everything is moving smoothly here to day. Trains are running and the strike is regarded as over. No TroiiMr at Detroit. Special Telegram to Tin: (Ii.oiii;. Dktkou , Mit li., July 1 1 '2 p. m.- narti;y ;l nU- u tiiko it in on- Trains are running through on time at d there is no indication of trouble Oulet at St. I.ouis. Special Telegram to T in: (ii.miK, St. Lot is, Mo., Ju'y 14. 2 p. m. Trains are moving on time and the strike has completely collapsed here. lil.OODV 1TGI1 I . l'irinj; I'.i tH cui Kefjulars and Striker- at sai rameuto. Associated I'ress. Sai kamlnto, Cal., July 11. A bloody battle occurred yesterday morning be tween the strikers ami regulars. As far as can be ascertained, two strikers were killed and six wounded. Shortly before 11 o'clock Division Superintendent Wri.'tit nr1erfil n n iMii'inc m! tun rl-t cars to clear the track along Front street contiguous to the headquarters of the strikers. Fearing that an attemot would be m;i(le (o shool lLe cnginecr anii fire man, a company of regulars, under the command ot Laptain nooerts. was ordered to accompany the train. As the train reached I street a number of strikers, who w ere concealed on the roof of a big building in the vicinity of the city jail, opened lire on the engine. The regulars returned the fire anil two strikers were killed and six wounded. The firing attracted hundred-of angry . , .. -., -.. strikers to the scene and it was with dif-! "trull y tney Were persuaoeo oy coo.er . . i 1 1 1. heads not to attack the soldiers. L uited Stales MarshanJaljwin franlicui:v raised his hand and ordered the crowd to dis- perse. He called upon them in the name 1 . 1 . of the I nited states to return to their homes and prevent further bloodshed. I'nited States Marshall Baldwin rode to their homses under penalty of punish ment by law. ' The body of Private .Tame Byrne, one iuiuusu uiu luwcr i'ui uuu iui -'0 . .1.. f.,n . f . ( i.. ,.t s uae ui me uioai. nicu'iui iuai uuc , . ... . rdered all people to disperse and return j Pale, puny, sickly, children developed ' iuC.roJlc juum . . i .. h,.. th,- noi ,v ntinj Do not fill to take the trin to NOR Ht-uewed Interest. w i . 8 to 1 k - berden were taken to San FrancNco hy noat looay. 1UHS II STHIKK I A. I:. I . Mmi on C. M. an.l St. I'aul to .o Out. s'outhein Assi -eiate'l I'ress. Ciik o Juiv l:; V strike of all the ' U1 AU u,c American Railway Union men employed on the Chicag0j Milwaukee and St. Paul, ami Chicago and Northwestern railroads, It may he ordered to - ! morrow. The cause will be the summary dismissal todav from the service of the - - - - -j Northwestern company of thirty-two union switchmen and seven engineers, one fireman and brakemen brakemen on the St. J'aul road. J he news ot these dismissals was conveyed tonight to oOD railroad men who met at Lincoln and West Indiana streets, by vice President Howard, of the American Hallway Union. The strikers met to hear addresses and ! reports of the officers of the union. Mr. Howard urged all the men em pioyeo on inose roaus to protect iuo.se who had been discharged by getting to- gether tomorrow morning and going out in a body. lie called upon them to stay out until not only all the men had been reinstated, but until all the non-union men who had taken their places had been made to walk. ith one voice every man shouted he would. A storm of indigna- tion followed the declaration of Mr. Iloward that General Manager Earling, of the St. Paul railroad, notified the men discharged that they would never be al- lowed to do another stroke of railroad work in the United States. - Kailroad Notts. The Charlotte Nevv3 reveals some good news which it claims to be true. It says that one of the first things the Southern Bailwa' company w ill do, after thorough organization, will be the building of the road once started from Mocksville to Mooresville, thereby giving the company a double track from Charlotte nearly to Danville It will not require much time to.bu i Id the road as the grading w as done s't vet al years a:o. Samuel Spencer, President and Mr Ib'il a in, i 1 vi.x-Picsidcnt of the South j ern lv ol way company, C. II Coster, of ; 'he Borgiir' ttiou Committee, Mr. Stet- cm t i tlii- w'j : ttlltfrk TfLr n a c An ft rou , w 4 nit. . I : . 1 V. v.v.'tUlillllLL M TC0 CUV of Mr Cleveland's law partners, and Mr. Calhoun, of the Central Trust Co., of New otk, are at the Batterv Park hotel says the Asheville Citizen. They are just from Columbia, S. C, where they bought in the Charlotte, Columbia and! Augusta, and the Columbia and Green- ville railroads, and will remain until to- morrow evening. It is reported that YV . II. Green, who was recently made general manager of the Southern Rail- J way company, will soon part company j with the new corporation, and that Sol.: j Haas, general t raffic manager of the Ii. j & I) , and recently appointed assistant: I to President Samuel Spencer, under the j new organization, will do likewise. ' i ituiijiiui. jinyu uau o i i hi; v cu u ai railroa.l and banking company, of Geor - gia, will provide for the issue of $7,000,- in) first mortgage on the main line of property of the company; $ ld.OnO.OW consolidated fifty year five per cent bonds secured by second mortgage of the main line, tirst mortgage on the Montgomery and Eufaula, and second mortgage on the Mobile and Girard railroad, and other properties and equities: 10,0LM),.MMU,Onds of the Cen- tral railroad, secured by first mortgage .1 . .? . 1 1 . V. tt , . ' . Chattanooga, Il-me, Columbus and Ma- con anil Northern, together with other minor properties and equities, these bonds to beat 2 ' percent intere-t vearlv for the nrst two years, which shall be increased half of 1 per cent yearly until live per cent is reached, which shall be the fixed rate until the bonds mature: .i'iOfttH) of rive per cent scries "A" and .., : ?'.",;Vwoi series i iLtuua- uuuus. Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil: "easily taken; ives health snd strength. W. M. Yearby. f : M MINNEAPOLIS' TRIAL TRIP New Cruiser Develops Phe nomenal Speed. , TWENTV-FOI R KNOT (jIT 1 Tlli Is thJ KV'Coni lor tilt Kirt Nine Miles. set-r.-t .ii Ht-rlj-rt in. I .-iirr.t 1 llavtley and Tra y Almanl the Ioat - S?lie Strtel from Huston llarlior at S :iO This Morn-iiitf-She I'ae tlu Thii.l Mafc- llo;it at K.ipid Halt-. Ieei;iI Tt-ii'cun t' Tut (ii.om:. Doston, Mass , July 14 Kulletiu. elected a man they knew would refuse. regatta of the Middle States Regatta ao The cruiser -Minneapolis" left the harbor1 veral persons are talked of for t Lc j cia'!on i held on the Pa-aic river to- rdacf. hot tlierp re few niii!iiiitiev It ; at- :; o'clock this morning for the offl- i cial course, where he will undcrirn the .test of a trial trip. On her first trial, . which was unonicial, she developed the i ! most remarkable capacity for speed ever' shown by anv of the vessels of our new '' , , . . , , ; navy. Todav she is expected to make an i even better record tljan sLe on the j first trip. She is regarded as the linest ' . e , , , i 1 aj is a credit to our navy. Her trial trio m . today ,s walcbed with greal interesl in I j naval :tU( ollicial circles, as &he is ex- nected to break the record for sneed Among the prominent guests on board when the vessel steamed out of the har bor were Secretary of the Navy Herbert, ani1 General Hawley and (leneral Tracy. Boston, July 11 Bulletin A care ful estimate based on unofficial time makes the speed of the Minneapolis j al)0Ut twcnt folir Uoots for lhe firgt j j nine uines. j Kocki-okt, Mass , July 1 4. ( Bulletin i -The Minneapolis passed the third j stake boat ten miles out at eight minutes ; past ten a'clock this morning going at ! fu1 speed. The weather is hazy and j there is a light northwest wind. She . . , , , , ' was moving rapidly when she passed the stake boat. BocKPOiiT, Mass . July 14. Bulletin. Unofficial time makes the speed of the new cruiser "Minneapolis" to exceed twenty-four knots the first nine miles. This is phenomenal. I'.ASTILK'S FALL Ihe Celebration of. the .Anuiv rsary To day in I'aris. Special Cablegram to Tut: Globi:. Paris, July 14 The celebration of j j the fall of the Bastile was held here to- j k.iy This is usually one of the largest ' aDt mot demonstrative festivals of j j French republicans, but the celebration! , J today was quiet, the death of President j Carnot having cast a gloom over the j wboc couutry. There was little parad- j j in or fireworks and comparatively few joined in the festivities, Orange Count? liriefs. 'hape-l Hill Independent. Mr. John Kirkland and his brother, Leon, of Durham, are on a visit to their (.'uivhi.:. : . .ii . . . . il ii iMjii (ii if iiitiiiii Daily Sun, is visiting here this week. Master Leo Vicker-, of Durham, is ; soendimr the summer with Mr. Settle Barbee's family. The summer law school is the best for .ui.i... ouu.c anything. There are two men in the dass who are about Jd years old Miss L illie Long, who has been on a . ; e ..,-l.-.- !ni Ali-.t .unlit: . isit to her brother in inston. returned , . uV.nB:,uP ..An,,,,,,;,,! h.- her f-jtn,j yj j;5 sheltcn week in A rartv went linking this Heed creek, Chatham county, and au over "" fish. Time, 1M). Itv th New Hullte. ,n Julv 0.3 an eicur;ion will be run to Norfolk via Selma, Hooky Mount and . . v.n. .t i.nri-.n t This ut .,0 u iuu v...-. Constipation and ick headache poat- , tively cured by Japanese Liver Pellets. . V pills 2-1 cents. W. M. Verby. TRINITY'S PRESIDENT. Po-il.ilif if - ;tml rrnbabilit if- of the i t - nation I)i-en el. I'll4 announcement ma le by The Gi.or.K that Prof. Collin? Denny has de clined to accept the presidency of Trinity ; col!efere h been la,ke l ab.jul no Hl,le j MaD persOD lllink that the trulecs' must have had some assurance from him . , that he would accept before they made the selection. But a gentleman who j know Prof. Collins Denny says that he has reason to believe that the hoard of trustees ha la letter before them w hen i uasota prohloltiouists i- In -e-ion at they elected Prof. Denny asking them i tH,ijn to,av. not to consider his name in connection At Round Lake. N. 1 , the slate con with the place Whether this is tr-; vtntion of college and seminary Pre-i-Tin; Gi. m;k dee- not know. IJut it dent? is in session. seems rather .leer that they should have At v y .,. Mnnn A . is understootl that Dr. James Atkins is e' no longer a candidate for the position, i , and it is hanl to nam-the man for the! place now. Among those mentioned are : Hev. Dr. j ! L W" Crawford Hev' - 11 Turrentine, .James Southgate, Ksi . Rev. N. M. . j atson. These are not in any tense j candiJ.Ues but are mentioned by friends 0f the college as Persons who would fill j , . ' ., . .... j. I Hie refusal ol 1 rot. i.oiims Denny has really left the board of trustees at sea. The list of eli-ibles seems almost exhausted. North State Note. Two Chaldean preachers have been in Charlotte for several da w Their nmius are Abram and Lob-. . , .. ays that ..oninbu- The Rakish Pr. tions are coming in slowly to the ( on federate monument tuud. Applications f . r pensions from the state are pouring in upon the state auditor. An inert ase in the p- n-ion li-d is expected this year. The Christian TeachtiV assembly and summer school is in session nt Littleton. On the programme the speakers arc: President Shearer, President Taylor, Prof. Denny, President Smith, of Itan-dolph-Macou , Principals Dinwiddle, Brewer, Ilobgootl and Paleot, Dr. Craw ford and Bishop Wilson. Special stress is being laid on summer Sunday school work. The school is non denomina tional. Timely News Notes. Counterfeit money amounting to -t-V 000,000 has been secured by secret ser vice agents during the last eighteen months. A tornado struck Lemon Bros ,' circus at Huron, S. Dak , and ripped the tent to pieces. Little Rosa, a snake charmer, and four showmen were injured. A cage of snakes was broken open and the rep tiles got among the audience. Liggett Myers, the big St. Louis to bacCO manufacturers, have closed their tobacco factory, employing :i,"i0 hands for lack of railroad transportation Twelve other concerns in the same city have closed for want of coal or transpor tation. From these causes ,0oo nien are now idle here. in the Mayor's Court. The participants in the street light on Parrish street Yesterday afternoon were j hauled up before the mayor and tried. That is, after a few acres of dirt had been washed off. Ed Cooper was fined and costs and B I Whitfield was found not guilt-. Henry Peebles and Jane Peebles were up for boisterous cursing and were fined f each and costs. I hey didn't have the necessary coin of the realm and were j gent to assist the street commissioner in inproving the thoroughfares of trp- city. Yhe ii Traveling Whether on pleasure bent.' or business. - take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effec- lUa!!y on the kidneys, liver and bowels, nrevent inf fevers head r l.ea kn l mI.it forms of sickness. F or sale in o"c. and $ 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Manu factured by the California Fig Svrup Co. onlv. X'-gli-p-e shirt? at 7" cents on th'j 1, a A. l"i; s k ' -. iH in lour lVttic. Dukham, N. C, June 12, 'Ul. IJeceivtd fromJ. W. Beasley. treasurer Southern Sick and Accident lienerit Asso ciation of Norff.lk, 'u , twenty ti,'ht do! lar- iQ f'JB of claim for four week-.' di-- t biiity. Lli.aijeth Hioh. I'emember the excursion to Norfolk, by the new route, July 2". i'int-st ex- Mir;iAn -, f t'i, ci. a.i-.n ).t- I S l i r'.li.,n A Co. T, . . Ifyou wi h bargain.- m monumtnii and tomb stones of the Litest and hn 1- tOLh by tLe new route. It leaves here ; on the morning of July 21 L S Christian A Co. THE BULLETIN HOARD. Iteiit II : kmi i u jj This Iy I'm lrl Into Paragraph. A hi; district camp meeting is on to UV at Appleton, Wis. At Raleigh the democratic county cn- yention of Wake county meet-. Today the Salvation Army In-gins n hl encampment at id Orchard Beach. M ai n e. The annual games of the Arehdiocesan league are he;. I on .Manhattan leM, New York. The state convention ut the South 'l Thvi tt i i . loo 1 the second day ot the r. . , mcel f tilL Ashury Park Wheelmen, L ! meet of the A!mrv PrL Vli1m.n ...i. ; on the Athletic grounds at A-burv Pari;, X. J. (rem li I' Don't be tempted to invest in them. You j ,vi1 get ,uto lroul,lt. t.vt.ry titVje and in the end poverty and disgrace. The gen- . ..... . . ume I nele Sam s green goods are the ! only oncs ,,f v:illK'- T,ie- ,nakl" oU ri,1' ' c,cciull' hvn "Slm1 lo purchase Sim- I mons i.iver la-gulator to cure your lndl- .gesuon, nyspepsia, i onstipation or iu- iousnes, or drive aw ay Malaria Don't j be tempted to take any thing de place of lhe ,ltul!ltor- Ties' Ties! Summer Ties ! Beautiful i Summer Ties ! at A. Frank's. Our big excursion will go from Dur ham to the seashore an July ''', re turning July 2s Ht 4 p. m. Fare for th round trip only ". F)r further in J formation address the managers, i Fukki. ni A Fkrhki.i.. nri., v t- Itching, burning, scaly anil crusty scalps of infants cleansed and healed ; and quiet sleep restored by Johnson's Oriental Soap. W. M. Yearby. t.noil limen in (iraiiville. l.xtord Plil. lie I.-U'er. Our people are taking advantage of the blackberry crop and are making some good wine and are drinking a little for their infirmities. A prominent clergyman of Mississippi if commends " Golden Medieal Diset ery " to suffering humanity everywhere. Th' Dis covery " builds up th htn-ngth and solid flesh w hen reduced, below a healthy standard DYSPEPSIA AND GENERAL DEBILITY. Rev. A. H. Mrvs, of Fruir't point, (xihrni '., MiiiH iijri, writ-: f' IWWWs. iiuniLx-r f years with YvrSk dyiepepsla, torpid livr Aji'i and Kneral (lability. 5 and na Inif trlei m-rrr- ai pnyHieianN won utile or no trf-iieUt, I rr-s liv ed, as a laid ri'Hoit. to consult your jm elalists at th World's Iiifri Rary. lU'inK advised ly them to uw fr. l'leret-'i Gulden Mefhewl Dis- covcry, I did so. and ' after uiing' wveral Init- tleg, I feel mtlielv ir iifrr1 ii henltli Ki.w j jn rocommf.ndillK yOUr mlclnea to .uffcrin humanity everywhere. PINK LILAC THE LATI.sT ANI) SU IlKTKsl TOILET SOAP on in k mi:k kt v i Yearby'S PAINT AT COST! 150 GALLONS OF lULLIN'i- AND K'lVt; Jk tit EADY MIXED PAINT -A-T COST We are goiri-to juit han-lur. Paint i-l "ill "-ii at j Iwruin wh it w- hVe. Sneed k Thomas. j