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(ffn 4 viii. NO. f - nii;r.viH. RALEIGH, O., (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS. M AKE COUJfTY CANVASS. ..ii 11 VV III I rom Maine ( rmniums illV hti.i w the la.-t Jay of the big visited by so many much pleasure i ntfm1fi.nr,o and Mr was hugely '.. r...'rfa'tvos on the A CJlorions Day For Democracy Mr. Thompson (ioes Tor Upchurch Mr. Circen Lays Out The Parson. The county canvass was resumed yes. terday at Apex. One of the largest crowds that has greeted the candidates, at any place met them. Everything went well for the Democrats. The can didates that simply announce them selves were soon through, and the fun began. T. K Purnell spoke first and made his usual speech. He tried to convince the farmers that high protection made them prosperous. lie showed plainly that he was in full sympathy with trusts and monopolies, and that he would spare nothing to ad vance the interests of that party which has oppressed and almost ruined the country. Ho gloried in having always hu 1,u1 ya r tS llJ Parly except at "that one time" r W hiSA thev were totally I J i stock law, election law and wound up about as he begun. 7 ho State between , ""ucs ' J ones nret paid his respects S .'. I ,.,.! includiu thosj 0 Pura.e11' .He.told him that he naa always oeen m league witn corpo rations both in and out of the legislature. He reminded the people of Purnell's course in politics, and how he had criti cised his own party four years ago. His discussion of the tariff was a tre mendous slap in the face of the Radical party. They measure the rate of taxa tion by the cupidity of the scoundrels who profit by it. It is against the farm ers every time. When he referred to what the poor children of the South lost in opportunity, and the burdens placed upon the little ones by the devilish laws, he grew eloquent and pathetic, and tears welled up iu many eyes. He had ouly two minutes to devote to the Force bill. lillay of pears single DUt ne usea them well. Ho exposed the damnable provisions of the bill with telling effect. It was a good speech, and x n n . J Y n 1 1 - . f- V e i.A Vir ( r ' i' tilt's, ' I auiuc SiViu vuv icai uo cci uiauu. ' rt aiMiAV vi;ut 1 1 al i v unas. u. upcuureu next appeared, J Poultry Di'paitment. and you could see a big griu come over J. ...... ,lt,minms iu this depart- the faces of the negroes. Ibey seemed ana coming to tuem. He still intimates that ho is the only man in the county that can fill the office. He said all the women in the county were for him. It was his usual soft-soap pocritical parson. He ably and eloquent ly appealed to patriotic men to do their duty to their country, their wives and their little ones on election day. And thus it closeda grand field day for Wake county Democracy. VENGEANCE WREAKED ON A MAN WHO DESTROYS FAMILY FFLICITY. POLITICS IN TIIE W EST. i ..j tlx l7.:"(, one of those days in .:. !m doe not tiro. People lHl. , ,rlv al dav without ,!,.,.. atui the re union of "v i irt of the btato was fry 'I'ivliOH f Kreenboro Fo :ia':",onut in .a body as well -f ','- -vioa (rom Peace Insti ' fr""' ' ; "h i.l immense fun in 1 , ' .H and they made many they were totally 10 - :av.r irtiu aad tho judges .lit s were busy in of the winnera of unit u urds. ' . n were civen as ionows: t"r"', i!iv.r. nnnle trees: h'tihlui, Uidgway, peach ? ;i" ':'.- it Stti-inttz. for best t i1mtu .T A KivtT, largest collection j'"K r.iust, Graham, largest 4e fruits, best new applo i'.r.-st cjllectiou of improved '-'v aiidWst eofiection of fruits; V.ireoa Hiver, best display -1 ;. ;:..,. t vv. lVrrv. Leewood. .late of Jipiles. U'.n'jit'trs : . v. uuuauu, -'i u'i'.ih'I't Hi"ihmi; S U. & U S. Hj Ch.tpol Hill, ttufl" Cochins; O. i'H,r,.. Uurliastoti, best partridge t w Wnmir.e. liaieiiiQ. uesi Special Cor. State Chronicle. Ruthebfordton, N. 0., Oct 17. The campaign in the eighth and ninth Con gressional Districts promises to be the iveliest ever witness in this portion of the State since the war. The masses are intensely interested and are astonish ingly well informed on the political is sues at stake. The old blue jeans far mer and the neatly dressed lawyer are placed on the same footing when it comes to political information. In the eighth, Col. W. H. H. Cowles, John Dixon Kills The Man Who Con taminates His Home People Defend Dixon And Say They Mill Stand Between Him and Arrest. (Special to State Chronicle.) Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 17. John Dixon, a prosperous farmer of Allegheny county discovered that an intimate re lation was existing between his wife and Marshal Halsey. Wednesday he found the pair in a compromising position and promptly shot and killed Halsey. He threatened to kill his wife but her piteuos pleadings caused him to desist. He told her, however, that he wished never to see her again. News of the tragedy soon spread, butgeverybody jus- t,h nlrl fnhani'n tar hern." is p.nnfrrnfp.r1 by E. W. Faucette, an Independent, wnea ixon ana swore tnat tney would Democratic. Republican. Alliance can- -k V. v' d L'.ime; II. E. Harris, Pat- speech, om which no man appreciated. t ti I riuiium on yellow duck- Honest John Thompson said the peo 1 1 11 ,1'HK'S, Caryl silver duck pie were tired of voting for men who are ' i . i.. 1? V 1 r,rf in cvmnothv n.ith thftm TTnf'lmrnh . iv") s'lver xuiuck'd Ham- talks with you, but he works with those I rt J. I " I -r , . . . i,, r (' tiil a brown L,ognorns; wuo oppress you. no apeuua ms ui juvj deleat nis cousin, Jir. vv. a. "ft J ':.. dry, Plymouth Hocks; 1. 1. Froc'or.U d i :h,b st W yandottcs ;U. !. in-.... Ci,:irljtte, best Houdans; S. ti, lMtv, Chapel Hill, golden afiul r, tl t Harris, Tatmos, silver aV'.'h. h:b.z turkeys; J. II. Jones, ;rj, Il.Laiid tutkes, l'ektn ducks, wo l!i:na ireese, .Muscovey uuess, to deleat nis cousin, Unchurch. Democratic nominee for the legislature,) and will vote for a negro. And thus on and on went Mr. Thompson dealing the Radical head blow after blow until it looked like there was nothing left to hit. Mr. Thompson was at his bst and the people there will hltdCuinii t!t?e; M. Gray, Raleigh, give him a rousing vote. rflPhra u?h Kcks; 11 E Harris, Pat- oi, uUe;'iii:ii':is; J. H.Jone, Cary, if !ic;ult.r k'uiuear: S. 15. & H. S. Pet ,('hi;n.l Hill, best exhibit chickens; ,W X.tits, Cariv. largest mixed va- itv (.! chickt ns; li E. Harrison, Pat 3f, k'.-t bm'din coop, heaviest tur y .I. II .lories, Cary, heaviest duck; ('. M-wre, Iiiitlington. bjst heaviest Itowan Roarers came next. He said in reference to the charge of collecting costs unlawfully that the law allowed him to collect costs and hs did it when- cuaate trom Lenoir, tie received six votes in the Republican convention and was afterwards brought out by the Re publicans and a few disgruntled Demo crats. There was some dissatisfaction among Alliancemen because their can didate, Maj. Wm. A. Graham did not receive the Democratic nomination. This spirit of revolt only prevailed over the lower portion of the district where the Sub-Treasury Bill and the Alliance were very strongly advocated. Since then Maj Graham has authorized the statement that he intends to vote the entire Democratic ticket, and adds that Cowles is the party-nominated candi date and says he ' will support him. This and Auditor Sanderlin's admirable address to the Alliance are making things look natural again. Capt. Faucette was in Shelby last week, and while there attempted to make the impression that he was "an 'awful good Democrat." But it wouldu't work. All his time during the day was spent in the office of Cleveland county's blackest Republican, and it might oe he was in company with them in his room until a late hour. Cowle's ma jority over over the Republicans is 2,707, and there has got to be some hustling done if the "Raddies1' walk over it rough shod. Crawford and Ewart are canvassicg . the Ninth, and reports from every speak - ing precinct are highly flittering. You often hear tho expression, even among Democrats, that you can never rely on j. i i rpnnrrs trom n. sneaking, necause eacn man will hear his speaker and be lieve he gets the best of the debase. But throwing aside all prejudice, and with a view to facts, we want to say to the people of tne State that Crawford is a regular 'little D mo;ratic buzz saw. When Ewart heard that Crawford had been nominat ed he expressed the opinion "that he was well san-ned with theDemocrat's choice." After he had met the "Democrat's choice " twice on the its mind. From ford threw Ewart pull down the vail and free him if he should be arrested. Late in the even ing Charles Halsey, a brother of the dead man, hunted Dixon down and pul ling a revolver tried to shoot him. He was prevented by several persons, who said if he wanted to fight he would have to fight fair and give Dixon a chance. This he agreed to, and the two men were soon facing eachother. The word was given and both of the men be gan firing. Halsey was shot four times and fell daad, but Dixon was not hit. Dixon has not yet been arrested and the pe ple of the county say no sheriff can take him. Heretofore he has been a peaceful man and well known through put the country. Attention, (ienllemen. The h mdsomest, cheapest, Full Dress Shirts, Collars, Caffs a id Cravats in the city at McKlMSlON, MOSELEY & McGEE'S. Til ft IRISH FUGITIVES. GEN.CLINGUAN'S SPEECH. DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT O'Brien F.xpects to Raise Large Money in the U. And Ejects a Year's Imprisonment on tlis Return Uou.e. By United Press. London. Oct. 17 The Tims s pub lishes aa interview had yesterd sy by its Paris correspondent with the Irish fu gitives. Mr. O'Brvn will be accompa nied to the United States by his wife. Mr. Dillon sa d to the correspondent that be hoped to raise otie hundred thousand pounds in the United States. On his recuru home he expects a year's imprisonment. - KILLED TWO MEN. Horrible Tragedy in Alleghany County Over Domestic Attairs. Special to the Chronicle. Don't Put Yourself Down Below a Slave or a Negro. (Asheville Democrat.) We present below the short but tell ing address of Gen Clingman at the Democratic Senatorial convention held on Monday: There is one uoint which I want to make to you which 1 think will be of im portance in the canvass. I have heard it stated by several persons lately that if Ewart was elected it would be by the use of money in buying votes. It is be lieved that r, large amount has been cr will be sent him to secure his election to Congress again. In oi I times when I was a candidate, if it had been known that a dollar had been sent in the dis trict from the outside, and the candidate tor whom it had been seut had sanc tioned it, he would have been sent to Jericho with a whirl. Now I wish to sav this to you gentlemen. An able bodied negro slave before the war was worth $1,500, and I heard Judge Douglas say in a speech that a white man was as eood as a negro if ho behaved himself. Now if anyone sells himself for $1 500 he puts himself below the negro; and now a word to you colored men on this point. You think you are higher now than you were when slaves. Femeniber theu if you sell yourselves for less than 1,500 now you will put yourself below what you were as a slave, louhad better think of this. Again, suppose a white man should 111 1 . t v - 1" sen nimseii tor less tnan $ iouu ana nis wife should find it out. When he came in his wife would sty to him, "Husband I hear you have put yourself down be low a negro. Now it 1 had known this I would never have married you." His sons might say to him, "Dad, we have heard a thing about yon that we hope is a lie. They say you've put yourself down below a negro." Had you not all better vote against Ewart than have it thought that you had sold yourselves. If you'll do this I do not believe that Ewart will get 50 votes ia the district, and this district will fctand higher than many othtrs in the United States. Now gentleman, I wish to put this se cond point to you. In old times men used to sav: "Wo work for the princi ple." I will give you two points to es tablish this. In one of my canvasses when I was down in Lenoir, 100 miles off nearly, my friends learned that my op ponents were about to publish a charge against me. Thereupon a young man, Tiffany Coleman, after 11 o'clock at night on a horse and rode all night to Morganton to let me know what they were about to do. He never received a dollar for that trip and would have laughed at a man who had offered him money. The second case is this: 1 was travel- ing in the northern part or naywoou county to measure the femoky moun tains. I stopped at the house of a mend on the road to get dinner. He mtro- The Concert and Pantomines by Lo cal Talent Last Night. The Concert and Pantomints given on Thursday night by the concert and stage talent of Raleigh, was repealed last night to the delight of the audience. All participants sustained their parts with all the grace and ease required. The singing of Misses Dugger, Homesley and Kenan was exceedingly rich and cordially appreciated, and the acting of Mr. James Anderson and Misses Mary Miller, Jennie Pescud and Maude Merri mon in the pantomine "Blue Beard" was simply superb and could not have been excelled by any body, professional or otherwise. Below is the programme of the tab leaux, &c Gypsy Scene Tableaux and dance by Mis Fannie Cameron. Scene from Guinevere 1st Scene in Convent - Guinevere and Novice Song by Novice. 2d. Scene Arthur's For giveness. 3d. Scene Arthur leaves Guinevere in charge of the Nuns. Cba.-acters-Guinevere, Miss Lillian Homes ley; Novice, Miss Mary Lily Kenan; Ar thur, Mr. Gao. B. McGahee. No. 3. Sons by Miss Octavia Win- tver he could. Ho acknowledged that d from that day UQtii this-he has kept ne nauTesortea to meaus m uuiujuuug him an3weriDg questions, refuting argu taxes tnat no omer suerm iu tue otate ever bad. Mack Pace told the people that he Win'ston. N. C. Oct. 16th News stump, he changed reached here todav of a horrible tragedy duccd me to his wife and after shaking the very first, Craw- jn Alleghany county. A man named hands with me said : "Is this Tom iinon the defensive. I t: v,;a nnna Jnti. Clincrmnn fho CYm pressman ?" "Yes." i i xt iu u i.Mji j vni li LLia w :io i la uijuu a u v. i i - " - - n 7 had a perfect right to ventilate uogers i ftn a maS8 Qf COufusions and contra public record, and he intended to do it. dictions. If voudo not believe this re He proceeded to give it to Kogers in omft and hear taem yourself fine stvlo. Last year when all the farm- rrvthinfr i bright, for Crawford's elec ers were weighed down with poverty and tioQ) and we predict a majority of over Had no money, ana, mauy oi vuem, uu 700 for this brilliant voumi speaker. F.iv premiums were awarded as fol I1 T. L. Emery, Weldon, best stal 6. b'.-t brood mure, best colt under k Vf.troM. best e.rAt with mar hv side: Williamson, Kileigh, best stallion bread, this sheriff collected costs from B" viars o , . dt tmtrinir ska! nn. them everv time, ana sometimes uuiaw K tri.ttint' iivirn ; .1 m W.rwfwl fullv. He charged merchants unlawful rutting bred filly ; B. P. William- fees, and Robert Utley made Rogers re l'ot trotting colt, best standard turn his "costs." He promises to con J.:uiM N'nrwnn.1. i.at. nnlt. nnrfar tiuue to serve you as he has here to ir (il.l- 11 v vviiiiomorm hivwi foi'ft. Do vou want anv more? Will ' " " t All I L VAJI U ft W V W - - m manv with Marshall Halsev. and shot said 1. Bhe tnereupon said, "i ve TTalov. Halsev's brother. Tuesdav wished you were dead many a time for ments, and has so exposed to the public sourht revenge, but was also killed by my husband used to lose so much sleep Jjazy air. xwaris weaa. puiuto, uunv mo i Mxon. The people OI tne Community iui. lcai juu nuumu l uc cictreu. Jtiepuoucan congressman s speeu as nave declare declare that they will keep Dix- cier. No. 4 Inspiration (tableau) Miss Octavia Winder, Miss Lillian Homesley and Master Wm. Boylan. No. 5. Soi-g by Miss Lillian Homesley. Before, At and After the Ball (three tableaux) 1st Dressing Room Scene Misses Mildred Badger, song by Miss Lellian Homsley Margie Busbee, Mabel Hale and Janet Badger. 2d. Ball room scene. Minuet by Miss Mary Miller and Mr. Thomas Cowper, Miss Mildred Badger and Mr. George Hardin, Miss Inder Tucker and Mr. Henry King, Miss Eliza Marshall and Mr. DeBerniere Whitaker. Other couples in background Wall Flowers Misses Etta McVea and Annie Busbee. High and Low Life (two tableaux) 1st. High Life. Miss Maude Marshall and Mr. DeBerniere Whitaker. 2d. Low Life. Miss Mary Miller and Mr. Henry Miller. Toll Bridge. (tableaux) Miss Mar gie Busbee and Mr. James Graham, Miss Mildred Badger and Mr. G. Badger Mc Gehee, Miss Mattio Fuller and Mr. George Hardin. Three Fishers (Tableau) Misses Maude Marshall, Octavia Winder and E:iz Skinner, Messrs. Wm. McGehee, Cecil Lee and Ludlow Skinner. Farce Pantomine of Fatima in three acts. 1st act Scene in poor apartments of bride-elect. Sister and mother pre- pare for the nuptials. Second act Scene in Bluo Beard's Castle. Song by Mis3 Alice Dugger. Third act Scene on the Roof of Bluo Beard's Castle. Characters - Fatima, bride, Miss Mary Miller; Kadiga, Mother, Miss Jennie Pescud; Bride's Sister, Miss Maude Mer rimon; Blue Beard, Mr. James Ander son; Bride's Brothers, Messrs. WTm. McGehee and J. Graham; Boy with Bun dle and bill, Mr. Richard Busbee. Murder Most Mysterious. on from the law. Don't Leave The City -4 Printing by Telegraph. (By United Press.) New York. Oct. 17. The American Until you see the line of cheap, well shaped, well made shoes at MCKIMMON, MOSELEY & MCUEE S. Thpm is nn tronb e about Vance ud here. We all love him and vote for him. Type leiegrapu uumu.y was mwipu- Iu a day's drive we can get up on top of rated in Newark yesterday, with a capi- MRS. GOULD'S TRIAL. Ho t A: Ilomowood, best filly; you have it ! 1 . n; ii.imsou. best mare and colt bv ".uiny rarsuu iuea.uud.ui tuo iu 1 . . . . c !.': AO. . urn u 1 not lw.of cfai. ihpforo tno war was as men as now, 11 ;; J unoM Norwood, Llillsboro, brood not higher. the Ridge and look right down into Zeb's back door, and see his rarm, ana nis home, and we never go "agin" our neighbor, if he has treated us square, and that's what Zcb Vance has done. Laukcelot. He said the Chronicle had e lifc'ht draft, two year old tilly; B. a great deal to say about him and Up Wiliuaison, best colt; A. B. Forest, church -he thought it was afraid of 1 best colt under one year oldf tnem I tie opposed increasing uie puu i'jrwood, best colt by side; M. J. lie school tund, ana tavorea witnaraw irol, 3:k" Concord, best carriage horse;R. S lvi.i'iiili. best carriage team: Dr. . Ulacknall, Raleigh, best bug;y xi; U L Slmford, Jacob's Fork, 'Kk, ,..sr j'tniet; C. O Moore. Bur i uii, l0si ti .tti ig filly; John Jones, ' r ; bjst j'air mules. Salclav. ins State support from the University. He flopped out into National issues again and cavorted, and snorted, and exhorted, and distorted until about all the white men left him and tho negroes to them selves. He is a bad preacher. Mr. A. C. Green. Sure to Win. The line of Gents' furnishing goods, hats, etc , at McKimmou, Moseley & McGee's are sure to win tne admiration of all. . TIIE EAST CAROLINA TORNADO. It Blows Down HousesAnd Kills and Injures Several People. iBy United Press.l Wilmington. N. C. Oct. 17.-A tor- tal of $G00,000. The incorporators are Horace P. Hussey, Cleveland; Wm. H. Smith. ChicAco: Joseohv G. Siebeneek and Robert H Camp, Pittsburg and Jno E. Wright. New lork. Mr. W riant is the inventor of a printing telegraph in strument, for which great emciency is claimed, and the company is organized to manufacture and sell the machines. Death From Hydrophobia. (By Unifed Press.) Atlanta, Ga , Oct. 17.-Private Frank O'Neill, United States Army, sta tioned at Fort McPherson, died from hvdronhobia vesterdav. He wa3 bitten j r - She Pleades Not Guilty, Rut is Deeply Agitated. Murphv, N. C, Oct 16 The su perior court for the county of Cherokee is in session here to-day, his honor, Judge Philips, presiding. This term excites especial interest because of tne trial of the Eaglish woman, Mrs. Lillian M. Gould, for the murder of her hus band in June last. A special venire of 100 jurors was ordered and the trial set down for to-day. Mrs. Gould appeared in court on the arm of her counsel. She is a typical blonde, with golden hair and large, full, blue eyes. She is fair and her features and figure are comely. When called upon in court to hold up her right hand and answer "guilty or By United Press. New York, Oct. 17. A special from Columbia, S. C, says one of tho most mysterious murders ever known in this State was perpetrated in Walterboro. Wednesday night Martha Crosby, a white woman, was washing dishes in a brightly lighted room, while the rest of the family sat near by. Suddenly there was a grating sound and Miss Crosby tottered toward them, her throat cut from ear to ear. She died in a few minutes When asked if she had cut herself the dying woman shook her head. When asked if it was a negro she nodded affirmatively. No one could oe tound aoout ine Duuaing ana no noise was heard when the crime was committed. Named After The Lord. Old Pete. Robinson, who lived at Worsham Va., was a pious nero, who jogged along with his wife for many years naming a new baby every year un til seventeen unbleached olive branches bore Scriptual names. Then came a Kimmoii, Nose ley McGee fuming attractive bargains in l' i utriH'nt. Call and feeo their When Mr. Greene arose the white men IV u ill I I hArrn tn crowd back to the stand to hear 1 -i mm. ne saiu: 11 uuuu.es uiy uppuuoui that I discuss him. Well, I'll tell you the truth : he tried the Democrats for an office, and failing he trot mad and ioined the Radicals. Vi'J and lul Fayetteville He tried to touch your sympathies at first, but he broke his sympathy siring and must try something else. The meanest thing ho has done is to traduce and misrepresent Col. Polk. He is doing it and he knows it. I wart him to co to heaven, but be will have to lnn Unsine. Report. nit! liiv United 1'rcHS.l ssvYar.K, Oct. 17. R. G. Dun & ""nwivkly review of trade will say: stick closer to the truth if he gets there Hit (lin 4i.n 1..,.,: tiir He onit Dreachiner because it did not rovi-si and tho volume of trade so in- Pi be says. He is after money, boys, -a that, notwithstanding the re- after money. Mr. Green here read a ;cat 'tenuous linireaso of circulation, statement (sworn to) and the gentle- "ist y markets aro Krowing strin- man wuo maue xi ajo n mo piouu v0- ports have becomo remarkably mes it he will thrasn mm. . uuiuccjiiu iiaue la buvu i inai omiemeuu T1,m.,. i"j :::r:.i"""-.A. wm burned this morning, his wife and uv....Uw I i , . : , i j Hnm QD onn no uauguier pensueu iu iuc uuivo, cuv uV is unconscious and not expected to live. SvmDathv for the stricken family was n 1 ner cent, on all conV jothing but old radicals, let tbem go. v no cares. They just lie up there at Washington and spend the money made by us poor hardworking Democrats of the South. If they had been like me they would not have been in bed at seven o'clock to be burned up, but at work." tion of Robeson county, eighty fave miles west of here, yesterday afternoon. Great damagd was done to property in its path, and several persons were killed near Maxton, N. C, and it is fea.ed that there has been great loss of life and property along the track of the storm. At Hasty several houses were blown down and one person killed and several injured. At Floral College the beirry or tne rres- surprise. une morning the Presbyterian , j : l.,.ln Imxnn I llnnt (vni1fTT,,fr tho fViorrra lior rrrna roia I minister Whllft taklflC hlR Pnnaflntirr U V a UUj ouiuo time a&Jy xnv-.j " - j-, j oi " I - tns iow Sllinn Cll mannt'SS. lit) uutucu I ucuiuiuud, o.iaa uci wumtuauvo at the mouth and developed wonderful trayed the deep agitation she was in strength. He positively refused to eat She plead not guilty. The general 1m or drink, but it required seven men to pression is mat sue win oe acquuieu hold him down. Wednesday, in this nnsifcion an oDiat was injected to his arm and he was auieted. In this condi tion he died. A Cabinet Meeting fBy United Press.l Washington, Oct. 17, 1890. An im byterian church was blown down, demol- portant session of the cabinet was held from war times running back a hundred Blowing His Ram's Horn. (Durham Sun.) The Hon. Josiah Turner is walking about the outer gates of Durham, blow ing his ram s horn to the tune of events of the past. He spoke in Last Durham Saturday night, and one who heard him tells a reporter that his whole theme was t,: f 80'J10 kln(!3 of gonds which , !lll'r ith tho riso resulting from a ," uwureor crops, has moved K-tii-ral lu lit 111 l I.. . . A L i:v man l ter " uctooer the znu. ' failures during the last sev- j nnmher for tho United States ana for C.mida2U, or a total of 227 ' spared with a total of 215 last "- ai l i '.17 : i iL - mo " ut k previous to me week of l,L t v 0 weec provioi !t y-ar th fi.,,V""."uB- This Is the av Meacham talked be !!li.lUUSj StateVandT in ,ore he 80t 80 ffice taOT' that he Then Mr. Green walloDDed him good. u H. Ai it. k. Timt a, He turned the batteries of truth upon j, . the poor person until it looked like the Im,, i ,.our lcal in rceard to Silk Son Rods had forsaken the preacher. It is mi uvfargarments. boodlo aeainst vour votes my country- l UIOl TUl rvsr,4 . 11 ., .. I TTTIII U WO If . man TTo lilCU. T 111 JfUU OUUUiltS -IJO lUCUt fi-xnloded D. P's. tirade acrainst the State r n i tyoa wil1 nave to buy them soon- Guard, the University and the public " aier anv wav I enhnna ' TT VminrA1 him nn hlfl mCAn sistency, and oh I how he riddled the by anv wav. H. & Ii. S. Tlcker & Co. ishsng one house and severely injuring to-day from noon until 2 p. m. It is re- two uersons. Mcivinnon s saw mm was .... i ruined and one ot the laborers seriou&iy iujured. Coming in Already. (Durham Sun.) Some days ago, two young men from Texas, stepped from the train and en quired the way to Trinity College. They were very much surprised wnen toiu that the buildings had not yet ben fin ished and the school was still at tne same old place. They said their father was educated at Trinity, and when he saw that the school had ' been moved to Durham he decided away Dorted that Central American affairs were discussed at considerable length, the whole matter of Gen. B trrundia's killing and Minister Mizner's connection with the affair, being gone over in detail. Members of the cabinet are reticent as the result of the conference. Fine Residence Burned. Special to State Chronicle.1 Shelby, N. C, Oct. 17. The residence of Maj. John F. Jone3, Superintendent .. i-i r l years, it was a nistory oi ms uwu ex perience and the parts ce played in tne past. He said he thought he would be a candidate for the House oi commons, as he had once been expelled from that body. He was not now a candidate, but thought he would oe. tie was ot the opinion that the Democratic party should be beaten in this campaign, and we sup pose he has sailed in to beat it, if he can. Let ns go to the Goldsboro Fair. (Goldsboro Argus.) One hundred and twenty-five went up tsm (Viin il f TT frw K 1 1 1 1 q5 rh fair roitor. of the three C's. railroad, at Blacksburg, day How any hag Rileigh ever 8ent S. C was destroyed by fire at an early down in one dav to visit the Goldsboro to send them right hour this morning, together with nearly fa;r ? Goldsloro believes in nracticing They left here and went to inn- all the furniture and adjacent Duuamgs. tne "golden rule." We hoj eto see lots met Peter. 'Good morning, Peter. You seem to be very much pleaded at something." Yes sah, I is. Yon see de, ole man' creased de family last night.' Ah, indeed !" 'Yes sah dar'a two mo1 little lama ov de Lord.' "Indeedl and what will you name them ? "Gwine name 'em both after the Lord; gwine call 'em Messiah and Halloway." Messiah and Halloway! Where do you gef- the name Halloway? "Himanl Don't de Lords pra'y say "Halloway be Thy name?M PUBLIC SI E A KING. Leonidas J. Moore, Esq., will address the people on the issues of the campaign as follows: Fort Barnwell, Craven county, Satur day, Oct. 18. Beaufort, Craven county, Tuesday, Oct. 21. Morehead City,' Cravea county, Wed nesday, Oct. 22. Trenton, Cravea county, Monday, Oct. 27. ity or Bingham School Loss about twenty thousand dollars; no 0f Raieigh faces at our great fair next W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. insurance. week. You are no Sardine. . II. & R. S. Tucker Ac Co. To the Visiting Ladies. Wo nr showing this season a much Of course not. but all the same a fine larapr arietv of Fine Dress Goods than sardine is a good thing. Rich in flavor, ever in the past. not too salty, in fine oil, no bones to The change in the tariff causes a con- speak of. If you know what a good par- siderable advance in prices on all new dine is, we can supplv you. Also olive purchases, but we have bought suflS- oil, olives, salad dressings, tine pickles, ciontly for this Fall and Winter's trade, sauces, Kippered herrings, crabs, and shall adhere to the old piice3 a3 shrimps, mushrooms and all that sort of long as stock holds out. . thing. W. H. & B. S. Tucker & Co, Eberhardt & Pescud. Kid Gloves. We have the exclusive sale in Raleigh for the following well known brands of kid gloves : The "Alexandre," "Cente mere" and Foster." In additiou to these well kaown makes, we carry at all Happy lloosiers. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of ida ville, Ind., writes: "E'ectric Bitters has done more for me than all other medicines combined, for that bad feel ing arising from Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stock man, of some place, says: 4Find Elec tric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine; made me feel like a new man." J. W. (iardner, hardware mer chant, same town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he tound new strengxn, gooa time a full line of both dressed and un dressed kid gloves, in all the fashionable appetite, and felt just like he had a new lengths. i lease on life. Only r0c a bottle, at W.-H. & R S. Tucker & Co. I j0ha Y. MucRo's Drug Store. i - I !