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f CHRONICLE prints as iy telegrams as TWO OTHER PAPERS bINhcd in North Carolina. ,t thi out for a pointer. 1 f - VV - V if m i w - i- -9 i i i i A I 111 ..t- mm The Chronicle's Circulation Has Over Doubled Within the last year. Why! qual and Exact Justice to All Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Religious or Political.--rhos. JeHerson. a Vol. IX. No. 94. RALEIGH, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1S91. PRICE: 5 CENTS. :" 1 i ' ; - . Y A TURtllNG CHINESE TO THEIR COUNTRY. Detroit City Commission ers Send Them Ba,:k to China. AN A PPR OPHIA TIONFOR IT. THOUGHT A WITCH WAS IN IT Every One That Comes Into the Union From Adjoining Coun tries are not legal Residents. (Dy the UMtod rrca). Washington, June 21. Acting Secretary Spaulding has made a ruling in regard to Chinamen that will he wide spread in its apj li ca tion. Three Chinamen yesterday came to Detroit from Canada, and the commissioners intimated that Canada was the country from whence thev came and to which thev -hould he returned. Acting Secretary Sp.mlding di rected that they he returned to Chi na, and in discussing the points iai-ed hv the I . S. Commissioner at Detroit, sent the following tele gram to the collector there: -The act of Sept. loth, 1888, not in torce, as treat v named in section No. 1 not ratified. Act of August l.tli, liVJih makes an aonronriation for returning to China all Chinese persons illegally in tlu States. An Envoy ot King Cungunhama , Surprised at the Phonograph. - ' (By Cable.) IIonalulu, June 24 One of the envoys of King Gungunhama fell nearly dead from fright yester day at the Dorchester House, when after speaking into a phonograph he heard his words reproduced by the instrument. It was thought a witchdoctor was in the phonograph. He proposed to silence the witch by stulliing a fried frogs leg into the instrument, along with some other charms he had with him. Havimg been dissuaded from this, and the matter explained he said it was no use to tell lies, and this, as well as his words were recorded. A Victory tor Hrivers and Conductors. I 1 MEN THE HOME STRETCH: The7 Were Too Much for Tim Keefe and the Giants, A FAMILY OF LfPERS. By Cable Pakis, June 24 The Bordeaux omnibus strike; has resulted in a victory for he drivers and conduc tors, who all returned to wrork to day. The municipal authorities promptly modified their agreement with the omnibus companies so as to make it possible for the latter to accede to the strikers demand for a working day of twelve hours. AND CHICAGO IS CREEP ING UP. Decided A gainst a Newspaper. (Uy Cable.) Dlulin, June 24 Tim action for libel brought against the Cork Daily Herald by Mr. Henry Camp bell, member of Parliament for the Southern Division of Fermangh United and Private Secretary to Mr. Par- It js useless to return them nell was concluded to-day and resul to Canada to coiin: back to-morrow, ted in a verdict for the plaintiff, The above act was expressly made with 2.50 pounds damages. The li to meet the difficulty. Under it we bel consisted m the Herald publish- rcturn unouostioiu'd to China as mg the assertion that while other the country whence.' they came, Parliamentary members were at- V 1 Chinese coming from Mexico and tending to their duties the plaintiff, British Columbia as they make the Mr. Campbell was hiring houses for contiguous ioreign countries the immoral purposes tor Mr. l'arnell avenue lor reaching the united State's. The Attorney General expressed opinion that this action is d'reetlv in line of carrying out the evolusion act for which the appropriation was made. It is the practice on the Pa cific coast when the court finds Cui nanien illegally in the country for a marshal to turn them over to the collector at San Francisco for de portation to China. The Depart inent say there is no occasion for different practice at Detroit. Boston Association Team Defeated by Baltimore and Phillies Get Another Victory. New York, June 24. Tim Keefe went against the champions at the Polo grounds to-day, and the wizard of former days lasted but one round. He gave the first twr men bases on balls and was then hit for two singles and a double, the result being three runs. "Smiling" Mickey Welch then came to the res cue, but the Brooklvns wrore their uniforms throughout the game and scored a clean victory, uarutiiers pitched fine ball and kept the hits scattered. Xew York 3, Brooklyn 7. Bat teries Keefe, Welch and Clarke; Caruthers and Daly. Umpire Mc-Ouaid. The Hindoo fiirls Who Become Leprous at the Age ot Fifteen. (By Cable.) London, June 24 The leprosy commission in India is making some interesting discoveries as to the ori gin of the disease and methods of suppressing it. In one instance they found a family that had been leprous for five generations. The females of the family remain appa rently free from the taint until about 15 years old, and are usually very attractive for Hindoos. As they are married about twelve, the taint is spread to other families, and the plague has thus been spread through an extensive district. REPUBLICANS MAKE A BAD E H T Appropriations of the BiUion Dollar Con gress too Much. CLEVELAND OR C1MPBELL $28 OOO.OOO. WILL EMPTY UNCLE SAMS POCKET Senator Vest Says it Depends Upon the Ohio Election. (By the United Press.) Kansas City, Mo., June 24 Senator Vest was interviewed in this city last night by a United Press correspondent on the politi cal situation. He said if Gov. Campbell should be re-elected in Ohio he will be the Democratic nominee for President. Otherwise Cleveland will again get the nomi nation. The Senator said Gray, of Indiana, will be given second place on the ticket. Columbia Won rreshman Kace. By Tho United Tress New London, Conn., June 24. In the freshman race to-day 2 miles, Columbia won by three lengths. Time 941: Yale second : Harvard third time n tune, .' tj . 0 i.'l.l. Pa nell .Harries To-day. (By The United Press.) Nkw Yokk, June 24 A cable dispatch from London to the World, HUP". V I (i Till' UHK VV DE.ttO. says that a special license has been obtained bv Mr. Par nell for his marriage to Mrs. O'Shea. The ceremony will probably take place to-morrow (Thursday), and will be conducted with the strictest privacy. IT CAME TOO LATE. CHAT. Tin' Ilundttd Vehicle and Thou - nn lsof People in Viv Procession. 115'. the Unit'id rrews.i Imua.vaimh.is, I ml.; Juno 2 1 The funeral of John K. McDonald took place at the family residence. From noon until 2 o'clock a con- Mant hvam passed through the house to take a last look at the dead statesman. The IIendricks-Clev laud and Gral clubs, the Marion county and Indianapolis Par Asso ciation, the city and State oificials were all present, and the procession included fully oH vehicles. Among those from without the Ity who were in attendance were Ih" dead strte.-mV. n's brother, James I). McDonald and lu son, Geo. f .r i.i iv, i. PiMtt. :i cousin IV.,,. Ohio, and W. country and our party need more v.... i...V; ,.c n.MmltMn. ().. and! than ever such men as he, and m r .... . i .1. WM.hm vton . atieetion tor him as a tnend, tend to ' I .1 1 1 is r it I ll ." 'i ' 'M ' ' " , , i .IT .M.-. .M,-l).,ul,N linitlirr. TI. mnUf i tn , .! :1x,o, , ,1,1, ,;,,,! .;,,., w,,v .r.,f..A- ait.lH;.UoMnr .vl,!lstl,H.1aligi.r- . ib,. ous illness. I think no one ot -.!,. iVuin everv organization the . " r ,,,,-fr The fun-1 us attached personal iricnl .uoie .IV i. T -peehoil ot paitX. UK I"" , Cl-,. 1 . ... ...i. ,..(.., 1 l.v ; fervent v nravs tor h;s recoxen ' ; - - ; ne)Uie.s were nniuuu... v , . .... . . c tlmii I. ana it vou can lo i: iC . .Ins. A. ..mourn " , 1 ,d Pre.-b tei ian ebureli. THE PHILLIES AGAIN VICTORIOUS. Piiiladkli'IIIa, Pa., June 24. Both League clubs put up a beauti ful game in the field to-day and kept the crowd good natured bv "lining 'em out." In the (Jth inning Glea- son fell off a few points in speed and Post on knocked out two runs, but were prevented from pulling out a victory by the sharp playing of the fielders. The Phillies bunched their hits in the 4th inning. Phila delphia, 5; Boston, 3. Batteries, Staley and Ganzell; Gleason and Clements. Umpire, Hurst. SPIDERS DEFEAT PIRATES. Cleveland, 0., June 24 The Spiders defeated the Pirates again to-day by steady field wrork, and op portune batting. Cleveland, 7; Pittsburg 2; King andMaek;Gruber and Zimmer. Um pire Batin. THE PORKOPOLITANS CHICACxOED. Chicago, June 24 The "old mans" colts played sad havoc with the Porkopolitans to-day, winning the game with ease. Iiadbourne was hit hard, while Hutchinson was very effective at critical points Chicago 8, Cincinnati 2. Batte ries IIutcHnson and Kittridge; Pad bourne and Clarke. Umpire C. Lynch. That is the Amount of European Capital to Invest in American Wheat. (By the United Press ) New York, June 24. A special cable to the Journal of Finance, dated London, says a syndicate or ganized here and having Paris's in terest allied with it has sent a rep resentative to the United States with authority to invest $28,000, 000 in grain. One of the heads of Rothchilds in Paris is interested. The Duke of Marlborough is large iy interested through English capi talists who join the fool on his rec ommendation. Marlborough is to visit America again. He brings a large amount of capital to invest in the United States. If 7hey Are All Paid Harri son's Cabinet Will Try and Prepare for the Worst. (By the United Prcsa. A STATUE TO BEECHER The American is Hratn. i (By Tho United Tre r j London, , June 24. Dalton,the American swimmer, and a man nam ed Fisher to-day engaged in a swim ming race between Dover and llamsgate. After being two hours in the water Dalton became so chilled that he was compelled to leave the water. Fisher wras de clared winner. The Vinlages of the Rhine and 3Ioselle Failing. I By Cable. Berlin, June 24 The Vinta ges of the Rhine, Moselle, and the Palatinate are reported to be com plete failures owing to severe and protracted frosts which prevailed during the earlier part of this sea son. This is specially true of the Rheigan or Rhine country. WILL A C,ER;YfA ACT? Cleveland's Letter Concrrniiijf Bis Sorrow Over the Illness of 2IcOon aid . By Unite. 1 ho h. Indianapolis, June "2i. A let ter from ex-President Cleveland written at Buzzard Bay, before Mr. McDonald's death, was received yesterday. The letter contained the following: "1 am much aHlicted by the news I receive through the press regard ing the critical condition of Mr. McDonald. Mv conviction that the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Boston Boston 2; Baltimore o; Batteries Haddock and M-r.-phy; McMahon and Robinson. Umpire, Kerins. At Washington Washington 8; Washington, D. C, June 24 Great interest is felt in official cir cles over the Cabinet meeting called for Friday to consider the financial condition of the treasury. It is on the eve of a new fiscal year and a treasury officials are busy preparing data upon which the President and Cabinet may come to some conclu sion as to mapping out a line of pol icy to be pursued during the fiscal year. From the books of the Treasurer ii is ascertained mat me total re ceipts of the eleven months of the present fiscal year have been $300, 808,007, and for the twenty-four days of the present month (June) 23,497,000, making actual re ceipts so far $303,305,907. With the six remaining days to hear from the total receipts will foot up in round numbers four hundred mil lion dollars. ri'l . a . a 1 ...... i 1 ine loiai appropriations mane for the fiscal year commencing July 1 are $407,200,8ol. Unless the revenues for the next fiscal year increase considerable, over the revenues of the present year all these appropriations could not be paid. The present indications are that the custom revenues will be $20, 000,000 less than the present fiscal year. The receipts for the first o months of the present calendar year show a decrease of $13,000,000 in addition to the $407,70G,8oT appro priations to be paid out next year. In addition to the $407,2G0,8ol appropriations to be paid out of next year's revenue is the sugar bounty which is estimated at 7,000, O00. This will run the expendi tures up to $414,000,000 with esti mated receipts of not over four hun dred million dollars. The pension payments will be Unveiled in Brooklyn in Hie Pres ence ot a Great Crowd. (By the United Tress.) Brooklyn, N. Y., June 24 The unveiling of the statue of Henry Ward Beecher in City Hall square took place to-day. It was an event of great public interest and brought out a great crowd of people. Many prominent public men and officials were present. The statue is of bronze of heroic size and stands upon a quincy granite, pedestal, sui tably inscribed. It represents Mr. Beecher with his head bare and his hat in his hand, wearing a cape overcoat and an ordinary suit of clothing, and standing in a firm, erect position. There are three; auxiliary figures placed about the pedestal. On the right is a life size figure of a voting woman, representing a victim of African slavery, laying a palm branch at the feet of the man who did so much for emancipation. On the other side are two life-sized figures of children. One is a bov who has thrown his coat on the lower part of the pedestal and is sitting on it, holding a girl so that she can reach up and lay a wreath of llow ers at the feet of Mr. Beecher. Both children are barefooted and simply-clad. This was an appro priate day for the unveiling, as it was the anniversary the 7th after Mr. Beecher's birth. Endowing tlu; Ocala Platform. U Seems That They Will Not Marry Pjsrnell and a Divorced Wo oan. (P-yO.b'e). London, June 24 The report ! SlOOOOand must be paid a that Mr. Parnell has secured a spec ial license to marry Mrs. O'Shea is current and is generally accepted as correct. Nothing is known as to the probable date of the ceremony should one lie performed. Ind"ed it is stated in some quarters that . Parnell is finding some dilh gan Athletie f! I .it f pries. CVmt-spv :m;l Lohinan; Chamberlain and Miiii- I -'ulty in obtaining the services of a Umpire Ferguson. clergymen to omciaie ai me u eu- ding. me tact mat .urs. w .-mea is a divorced woman renders it im possible for many clergymen, under the rules of their denominations, to in addition to the running expense of the Executive departments which figures as permanent appropriations and amount to $122,000,000. In looking around for appropria tions to he; offto bring the expendi tures within the estimated receipts ' tie.' appropriations for public works of By The United Press Canton, Miss., .lime 21. The Mississippian, the State Demo cratic organ, publishes a seven column letter this morning from Senator George, in which he declares in favor of the Ocala platform excepting as to the Sub-Treasury and land loan fea tures and government ownerhip of railroad and telegraph lines. Col. Livingstone, the leading Southern Alliancemin, says the letter is a wonderful exposition of the Ocala demands, and will place Senator George in a strong light before the Alliance. MR. CIIAS. IL PARK At Columbus Louisville "; Co lumbus 1; Batteries Bell and Cook; Dolan and Donahue; Umpire Jones. At St. Louis St. Fnnis 1 4: Cincinnati 3; Batteries Stivetts, P' such a ceremony Griffith and Mnnvan; Crane and Vaughn and Hurley. Umpire Davis. srs" V VICTORY FOR CAM PR' 20.000,000 presents itself. It is this particular feature of the situa tion that will likely command atten tion at the cabinet meeting. The pruning knife will, it is stated, lie used upon this class of appropria tions with vigor and with judicious courage. The Treasury officials think l'" ; while there mav be an uncomforta- Flected to the Position of Ai-tant Instructor in the A. and 31. College. The Chronicle is glad to an nounce that the Kxecnti e Commit l! ittec of the Board of Directors of the College. d Agriculture and .Me chanic Arts has elected Mr. ( ha-. B. Vark. of this city, son of Mr. B. F. Park. Assi-tant In-tru-tor in Practical Mechanics at that insti tution. Kvervbodv in IlalcL-h kme.v.s Park on: re lei . - G 1 .. . ( 1' I I I I ' 1 1 V ,. , . ... 1 1 eniovmeiit b h..- li let ;.vlor(ord to attend .. , . '" 1 I . . ,. v , . . manliness, ndelitv and g Grand Lodge ol Aao.is. o 1 wish 11 ...... 1 .: . . , VoU WCUl'l COUe io mm iiu- ,-s- Isuranccsof my affection and hope 'that he may 1"' span d for further bv his friends ot lr.s vr.eroMU . A Prominent Iv iusau 3Iutt'e red By The United Press. Ilrcr.mox, Kansas, June 2 1. Col. X. S. AYood, the most noted man in West Kansas, was brutally murLr (l yesterday by .lr.s. Bren nan. Tlu murder ;f Col. Woml is only one of a long list of tragedies that have resulted from tic noto rious Stevens county seat ot war. X Alien W. Thurman to be Chairman of the Mte ,oisveition. By TLe Uuit V- -s. Cincinnati, O.. June 2 t. The Democratic State Convention will be held in Cleveland July 1-1 and Allen YY. Thurman will hi? tem porary Chairman of the Conven tion. This is a great i tor." ter ('vv. Camnbell. ble close margin to work next fiscal y-ar can be with the $ to , Ooo.OOo ra-h ble witli which tle v -tart on. tl ot dntem their new form I'ublic debt, v-itle nt serien.-rassment. passed a va na out in l of th- Charlb his indust ry ic'-chaTiical founded ambition Lave won br liim nd vi31 rejoice (iat and j i.-ie ej-.i nee, his innentiitv and well a .o-iiioii v.h -r f'ure YoarCori.s t. y Abb'.it' for (.'or : grea.t. VI; -I Indian Com Paint Buni'.ns end 'ai t-. it is eilt: il -Id. Mr. Pa V'e I ( ,l ( ii to hi- ; v. !e b . - e I i ' j a . i . : ' -I .aielo. s 1 ' ' - t !.) W i" can use a b. ttej- and mo: orn ne ii i : ; f 1 1 -1 at. Pro la.na I e v . Kile . A' th' has now :. at v. M-.-h f ! ' tul- f.d and lif.: a!v, ileal