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Vol. IX. No. 127.
RALEIGH, N. C, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1S91.
PRICE: 5 CENTS.
YORK IN THIRD PLACE.
Two Ladies Thrown
prom a Buggy One
SHOULD LADIES DRIVE 1
The score: Brooklyn 9, New
Ward' Blen From Over the Bridge
ive mem a oeuuacK.
B? the United Press.
I New York. Aujt' 1 Tho
Giants defeat to-day sent them to
third place with a thud that was
heard throughout Gotham's classic
precincts. "Carmencita" Ewing
faced the batsmen from across the
bridge and was hit hard. So was
Lovett, at times, but the times came
with provoking slowness. Burrill,
who recently left the Manchester,
N. H., team and joined the New
York club, had his first trial in
to-day's game behind the bat. His
wild throws were very costly and
it is this that probably lost the
friftnta til A rl.m ""Ttiniiorfc "tliPtr
mrt General Regret at so De- Uneral play was below the
plorable an Occurrence.
(Special to state unronicie.j york . Batteries. Lovett and
IIillsboro, N. C, August 1. I Kinslow; John Ewing and Burrill.
fan yesterday, Friday, July Slit, Umpires, Battin and Powers.
Miss Sue Witherspoon went to the At Philadelphia: Philadelph:a 0,
cpot at Hillsboro to meet the wife Boston 1. Batteries, Gleason and
f Capt. Walter S. Witherspoon, Clements; Staley and Bennett. Um
bo arrived on the 1.40 p. m. pire, Lynch.
ocal freight train from Durham. I At Pittsburg: Pittsburg 7, Cleve-
LV little colored boy who went to land 3. Batteries, King and Mack;
he depot with Miss Witherspoon Viau and Zimmer. Umpire, Mc-
i r ai i i : iu: i
rem on oeiore iue muies warning, i vuuuc.
nd the two ladies left the depot in At Cincinnati: Chicago 7, Cin-
h( hurrrry on their wav to cinnati 4. .Batteries, Luby ana
Lochicl," the family home of the 1 Bowman; Radbourn and Keenan.
iVitherspoons, one mile north-west I Umpire, Hurst.
f town. TV hen within a short dis-
ance of home, the little colored
oy suddenly made his appearance
a i i rri l r
in i lie roau. iuc uorse uccame
Tightened, made a sudden turn,
throwing both ladies out of the
Ibuj'iy on the ground, and turning
K . " v 1
iue vUcrtJ uer, ran away. j.vir.
rMtiieioon out iirst and was
otLurt. Miss IHtherspoon fell on
jrr iK-ivJ and received two or turee
severe cuts on ber nose, bead and
forehead, and one of her shoulders
was badly bruised. Miss Wither-
cpoon is a niece ol Dr. m. tarn-
ron, of tins place. He went out and
Ircsscd her wounds, and at last ac
counts she was doing as well as
jpould be expected. Every body re-
rirts this accident to this most es-
This accident is only another
Vaniing against ladies driving. In
his ease Miss Witherspoon had
tii driving this horse for years
ithout a single accident and she
perfect confidence in him. It
all riirht as long as no accident
iappv. , v:t when one happens we
ran all sje how it would be best for
mlics not to drive, it makes no dif-
rt.'nce how gentle the animal.
J. A. H.
Michael Dwyefs Grand
Horse is a Winner
by six Lengths
RICH N. C. GOLD FIND.
A COLORED PREACHER
GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
Senator Spooner's Land in Mont
gomery County the Location.
(By The United Preea.)
Richmond, Va., August 1 It is
reported by parties from Montgom
ery county,North Carolina,that an
other rich gold find has been made And the Norfolk DeteC-
close to the Uwharrie river in that
IN THE RAGE AT MORRIS
At Columbus. Columbus 7, Bal
timore 2. Batteries Knell and
Donohue; McMahon and Robinson.
At Cincinnati. Cincinnati 6,
JFashington 2. Batteries Maine
and Kelly; Carsey and McGuire.
At St. Louis. St
ton 7. B itteries Stivetts and Mun-
yan; C'B:ien and Murphy. Umpire
At Louisville. Athletic 3, Louis
ville 2. Batteries Sanders and
Milligan; Fitzgerald and Ryan. Un
ARRANGING A TREATY.
Louis 3, Bos-
tives and Police are
on His Track.
cr; Vork Weekly Hank statement.
!By The United Press)
New Yoiik, Aug 1 The im
portant changes in the principal
terns of the New York bank state
ment for the week was as fellows:
furplus reserve, dec, $ 228,975
M'gai tender, increase,
fvA8 THE KAISER DRUNK?
wo Hay He is Dfinking Hard and
lAtis, Au?. 1 Several nanprs
PUblislx an nllpnrod fplporrnm frnm
rJn, stating that the Kaiser was
jMly drunk during his cruise on
lie IT, i , .
"uuenzoiiern; tnat he was
mK'n jown 0y n sajior anj tnl3S
"i HIS le?- flint hA tnif.U- J A
'HI Ol'l ..r ...1 1-1 -L
nuu ui our,e uiew ins
'"inns out lr,nco
t h,. speeded the yacht at night
me suns lireu anu
erman, nlifeU and
Russia and France Trving to Draw
up Terms of Alliance.
London, Aug. 1st The St.
Petersburg correspondent of the
Times claims to have learned, on
high authority, that Admiral Ger
vais brought with him to Russia the
draft of a treaty of alliance, arrived
at during the consultations between
he Russian Minister in. -Paris,
Mohrnheim, and the French cabi
net. The draft thus nrenared was
to be submitted to consideration and
elaboration at the Russian foreign
office and when the negotiations
were concluded the document was
to be signed by the Russian Minis
ters and the matter left in embryo
until it should be opportune for the
Czar to sign the treaty. Admiral
Gervais spent the morning, in close
consultation with the Minister of
foreign affairs, and Vannovski, the
Minister of war and the chief o
the Admiralty. L
DEATH OF MBS. GEORGE R.
Puliifer't Great Sxoayback Closes in
Onee or. Twice, But is Left at
the Last Furlong Post.
By The United Press.
Morris Park, N. Y., Aug.l.
Michael Dwyer's grand horse, Long-
street, by Longfellow Semper
Idem, won the match race to-day
and with it $12,000 for his owner,
defeating David T. Pulsifer's great
race horse, Tenny.
The weather ws cool and pleas
ant and the track in first class shape
for the race. There were nearly
20,000 persons at the track when
the bugle sounded for the match
race at 4:20 p. m.
Tenny was the first to appear for
his warming up gallop and he pleai-
ed the critics immensely. Not so
with Longstreet. He sulked at the
upper turn, and then there was a
great rush into the betting ring to
mi . i k
men tne race began. Aiur one
break away they were sent ayay
with Longstreet nearly a length in
front. The pair ran in this order
close together to the quarter, both
running under a pull. Longstreet
held his lead to the top of the hill,
when "Pike" Barnes let Tenny out
and the great swayback rapidly clos
ed on the leader. The pair ran
head and head for a few
strides when Hamilton went
to work on Longstreet and
opened up a gap of three lengths,
which he held to the mile post.
Then Tenny moved up again and
Hamilton went to the whip. Long
street began to move away under
the lash when Barnes drew his
whip, and once more Tenny gained
on Longstreet. But Hamilton
kept steadily at work on Long-
street and at the last furlong post
had Tenny beaten and passed under
the wire a winner by six lengths.
The world's best l mile run
ning record is 2.03f , made by Ban
quet at Monmouth Park, July 17,
1890, and the record to-day was
county. It was discovered that
wq of the natives had about four
quarts of gold nuggets and that they
were in the habit of spending their
nights away from home. They
were watched and it was found that
they were working a very rich vein
on the property bought recently by
benator Spooner, of Wisconsin, and
associates. A telegram has been . , . .
sent to Mr. Snooner and the work And 4ter a JJesperate Uace, and
has been stopped.
HE WAS CORNERED IN NEW
AN OLD ONB AT IT.
the Firing of Five Shots, He
Escaped He Maj be
He Has Once Before Lived at the UaugM by JSow.
Slate's Expense and Will Again. -
ro , xt rne unite a Frees
Special to the Chromcle.l
I XT, XT- A 1 A
Winston, Aug. 1 A. A. i,UKfU' u A BPe"
Grubbs, of Davidson, was arrested cial to tnd Virginian from New-
here last night for stealing a cow port News, Va., says: "Newport
from his brother-in-law, Mr. Mich- News police officers had a most ex-
aei, oi that county, lhursday citing chage last night after John B
ston and sold her to a butcher and Bter, the negro 'colored preacher
then nnrrhftspd a tinkpt tn Danville who laid in ambush last Wednes-
He wai on the tr&in when arrested, day night and murdered in Suffolk
He has already served a term in telegraph operator Eppes. They
the penitentiary for forgery and cornered him on the suburbs o
TITO a n..naf r. 4-Vtn silTVhw I
. . , A , iue town anu were aooui 10 iaKe
similar circumstances that he was ...
last night. He will be taken to him m cu9tody . when h? a sudden
Davidson next week to await trial break, he escaped them and ran
at COUrt. . I "Fivps sVint.s wptp firp.rl flftpr Tiinri- Hut
so far as it is known, none took
effect. To-night the Newport News
policemen, detective J. O. Pitt, of
Norfolk, constable Branch of Suf
folk and the sheriff of Nanyemond
are scouring the county for him. A
clue is being worked, which, it is
A thought will result in his capture
List o! Pirces to be Rendered and
ol Thee W ho Will Render Them.
The musical festival at the open
ing of the Exposition is full of
promise, and Prof. Pauli is so en
thusiastic that if he keeps up his
work at the rate he is going he will
have every fine voice in North
Carolina to help it out.
The selections on the program
ur me iesiivai are :
Mendelssohn's 95th Psalm, Anvil
Chorus, Bridal Chorus from
Lohenzern, Farmers' Mass, In-
flammatus from Rossini's Stabat
Mater Hymn of Praise: Gloria
from Mozart's 12th Mass; Tann-
Thef olio wing soloists will be here:
Sopranos Mrs. E. Jtk. Ebert, of
Salem; Miss Nellie Waddell, of
Contralto Mrs. T. B. Bason.
Mrs. Bason will sing the cele
brated Tiger Song with which she
met with such success in the North
It is now learned also that the
Ladies Rheinberger Quartette, of
Salisbury, will be present to take
part in the festival. Tht following
compose it :
Sopranos Miss Addie White,
Contraltos Miss Shober and
Mrs. A. H. Boyden.
FATAL ACCIDENT INT SOUTH
Fasseiisor Train Runs into
Freight Train oh the S. C.
Railroad and Tears
By the ULiled Pre, 3.
Columbia, S. C, Aug. 1
terrible accident occurred at Ridge
ville, on the South Carolina rail
road, about 1 1:30 last night. Ridge
ville is about thirty miles north of
Tern to Pieces on the Track.
Passengers on the east-bound
Charleston, and freight train No. train yesterday were excited over a
85, northward bound, was ordered horrible scene which they witnessed
to take the side track at that point about two miles west of University
tn nwn.it. tlip. POTYiinrr of tTiP smith-I otatlOU.
bound passenger train
Columbia to Charleston.
The freight train was pulling
into the siding and had five box
cars still on the main line when tne
passenger train came thundering
At that point , suddenly the pas-
senger train came to a stop ana
everyone was anxious to understand
Across the track, his legs dis
severed, one lying on one side ana
A FIGHTING TOWN MARSHAL.
tlAil ILllll I llilL 111.
limbing to the morphia habit.
An Excellent Lady Passes Away
From a Loving Husband and
Children. . .-"
(Special Cor. State Chronicle.)
Winston, N. C, August 1.
Mrs. Marguerite Qui ncy, wife of
Mr. George R. Quincy, proprietor
of the hotel that bears his name,
died here this morning, aged forty-
five years. The deceased had been
unwell for several years and was
confined to her room for three
months past. She was a" noble,
-kind-hearted woman and will, be
greatly missed. The funeral 'ser
vices will be conducted from Cente
nary church at four o'clock to-morrow
afternoon by her pastor, Rev.
W. C. Norman.
He Cuts a Negro Criminal's Throat
in a Desperate Encounter.
(By the United Prs?9
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 1.. Town
Marshal Goodbread, of Jessup,
yesterday morning killed "General"
Barlow sluker, the . negro who
murdered a woman at Brunswick a
few nights ago.
Goodbread captured his man at
a coal shute a few miles from
Jessup. On his way to town with
the prisoner, the latter made a
dash for liberty. Then followed a
desperate fight. The negro had a
knife and tried to kill Goodbread,
whereupon the latter shot him,
wounding him slightly. The negro
r"shed on the marshal and threw
him down and grabbed his pistol
the marshal held on . to the pistol
too, and in the scuffle got hold of
the negro's knife and cut his throat
around the curve running 55 miles ther on the other side lay the
an hour. In an instant the heavy mangled bjdy of a negro. He was
engine dashed into the freight train, torn all to pieces and it was with
cutting a passage 'clear through the difficulty all his body was removed
boxes and smashing the engine and for the train to pass. It is thought
cars into fragments. that he was drunk and on the
Engineer Brissenden was in- track, when one of the
stantly killed with his hands on the freights passed over his body.
throttle. Young Wesley Brown, Death ot Miss Lnla Jones.
w wD FaBBCnBcx un mo ciigmc, . . of her mother Mrs
inmrvnH l--ict iIa e r 1 i c m cxftlr I '
iu i n -p: L- B- Alston, in Petersburg, Va.,
uiuimsii uy iutj ia.ii. rnciucii uuun-
The Painting Goes to the Soldiers
tr. 'State Cheokicle.
Through the columns of the
Chronicle 1 desire to thank the
people cf Raleigh for their great
kindness and encouragement to me
in my work. I wish that each and
every one may feel that I am grate
ful to him personally.
I came scarcely daring to look
the future in the face, rather weigh
ed down with the thougH of my re
sponsibility. Raleigh has lifted me a round
higher toward the accomplishment
of my object. She has inspired me
with courage and energy to press
on to the end,
And may God bless the kind
hearts of those who are prompted
by a generous and noble impulse to
help a struggling fellow-creature, is
the prayer of one who believes that
she will be heard by the Dispenser
of ;U goodness.
Kate E. Williams.
The picture went to the Soldiers'
Home, a majority of persons so
voting. Miss Williams left for
Goldsboro on the noon train yes
rri TT t 1 rl tr l.ict Atica T 1 1 1 i .Tnnp:
.. I I VU .A. lJUlr AUklbt A.A.M.&J J vuvw
son escaped with his me, out was , . , . , ' P . , 01 .
' . uieu oi lypnoiu iever, in ner alux,
passengers were injured.
The accident was due to the
carelessness of the flagman, who
failed to go the prescribed distance
from the blocked freight train. His
lights were not seen by those on
the passenger engine until too late
to avert the catastrophe.
THE HUDSON RIVER TUNNEL.
Every one should use P. P. P.,
because at this season nearly every
one needs a good medicine to puri
fy, vitalize and enrich the blood.
It Will Shortly be Ready to Furnish
Transportation to Jersey City.
By the United ?ress
New York, Aug. 1 -The tun
nel under the Hudson river between
this city and Jersey City is rapidly
nearing completion. The company
has notified the various trunk lines
terminating in Jersey City that it
will be in a position to furnish
transportation through the tunnel
shortly. The company declares
that it will have the first single
track in running order in three
She was well known among the
young people of this city and was
popular with her acquaintances.
Another bright life is lost to earth
Her remains were brought here
yesterday afternoon on the 3:40
train and were taken to Eden ton
Street Church, where the funeral
services will be held to-morrow
morning at 1 1 o'clock.
Caraleigh Phosphate and Fertilizer
At a meeting of the Board c
Directors of the above Company
held on Friday, Mr. F. B. J)ancy
was unanimously elected General
Manager of the Company.
with the bargains they find
McGee & Moseley's. Cheaper
prices than ever are made for this
S. F. Morelecai, Trustee.
Baptist Central Association.
There was a pleasant meeting of
Central Association held at Wake
Cross Roads church this week.
Every church except one was
represented. The delegates were
handsomely entertained, and it was
a very pleasant time. Raleigh was
well represented by Rev. Dr.
Carter, Len II. Adams, J. C.
Scarborough, Dr. N. B. Cobb, G.
W. Allen, J. B. Jordan, J. P.
Boushall, E. F- Wyatt, Rev. J. B.
Boone, Job Wyatt. -
Mammoth Excnrsion to Richmond.
Wait for the grand excursion to
run August 12th by Hope for All
Lodge, 2C45, Grand United Order
of Odd Fellows, to be run to Rich
mond and returning 14th. Special
arrangements will be made for
ladies and children. Special cars
-i i- .i . . . i
lor wnue peopic mm bptcuii c.rs
for colored people. Those who went
to Richmond last August on the ex
cursion run by the Odd Fellows
will remember the nice time, as this
promises to be equally as good if
not better. The route will be via
the R. & G. Railroad and the
round trip fare will be $2.50. For
further particulars address Morris
Watts and Warren A. Alston.
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