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yJ v ax JVXyiy ;1 MAW X i and Exact Justice to All Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Relioious or Political.--rhos. Jefferson. RALEIGH, N. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2; 1891. PRICE: CENTS. - flixon at Wake Forest. CARTHAGE. 1 2:1 VO C7 .ributcs His Crime Bad Raising pocial to State Chronicle. ,,ake Fokkst, N. C, October To-night Rev. Tho3. Dixon, Jr., t ake rorest the best lecture it has ever been our lot to hear. In fact it could not have been better. His subject was "Back Bone." We used to think his ....l.i'.iI fnrte wn rmthna. but Arprv VEDirATKlKm hi xme we hear him he proves him- self more and more the perfect -,.,.. Attend l master of nil departments of ora- i Ir mil-Hit AfJdtIM ! lOry. -VS U UUIMUllM 1IC la UU- ($' '' - ... excelled. And every word he speaks stirs to the depths and . raises the C vpt. 3o. higher nature and a pure ambition. GREENVILLE'S DEBUT. CLOSING Danger in the Russian Manoeuvres. MHOE Virginia Republicans Knife the Wiry Boss. THER O AN ORE CON VEN TION -...o Chronicle. A.., .nlt rtr ot Jerome hani-l luTt' to-ua) rif Curru- tV The drop fell ; k. and tht- felon's life vie- j : r tv.mutf. n llll- : The First Tobacco Sale Was Held There Yesterday. Special to State Chronicle, f:i?rvvii.i.v. N. f!.. Oft. 1 ' . Greenville's debut in the tobacco it .iMi'1PT'll III 1 ' . . , ,i market was a brilliant success. The "tviu-.-'l totf hangfUj . 1.1 1 1 "u 1 .Milium linxiL- aaI- tlfio frfliiv lit lit.! - with a full attendance of buyers. u- 1. pounds. r . , little 111-! J On the ' 1C 'a( ,eino tken by Col. , , "'rr' - - - 1 ' 1 . ; poium iur wrappi:r. Power in the Land. (By theTJnitod Prew) Roanoke, Va., Oct. 1. The Republican mass meeting by thej fuc u io. antLMahonitPs wfl 111 nr.l.rVf0111- Bucharest and will n;-irro fM'Ut 23 vears ,1 t . .a.... ( ,'i!i"Jv L t:tlk t-f K'? : nui-K l.i was f.ite. The next hiht trin livi thillnr mil !i linlf. iat money . . . . . 0 i :u: l that lawvtTS t' i at 2 p. m. to-day with about 250 delegates in attendance, most of them colored men. C. A. llerman, of Montgomery county was made temporary chairman. Mr. Herman addressed the con vention, declaring that the Demo- j cratic victory of last fall was the) cause of the financial depression and the principal reason for the ces sation ot the boom in this section of the State. The mention of Blaine by the speaker, elicited great ap plause. At the close of Mr. Herman's speech, a committee on permanent oiganizalion, on plan of organiza tion of the party in the State, and on resolutions were appointed. The (By Cable.) London. Oct. 1. A Vienna dis patch speaking of the Russian manoeuvres at the Pruth calls at tention to the fact that the Crimean war begsn with the crossing of the Pruth by the Russians, and says that everything points-to a similar beginning for the next great Euro pean conflict. Five squadrons of iioumaman cavalry have reached the . Roumanian boundary,' op posite to where the Russians are t raanoeuvering, and there have been nu imuuigut uemonsirauons Dy ine Russians since the cavalry arrived. The latter came by forced marches reraain on the frontier with a division of in fantry, now on the way, as a corps of observation. It is said that the arrival of the Roumanian troops seemed to take the Russians by sur prise, as if their plans had been dis covered and checkmated. GREAT IRISH AMERICAN CHESS Capital News. Governor Holt yesterday accepted the resignation of Col. F. A. Olds , as Quartermaster General nd Chief of Ordnance and Lt. Col. Eugene G. Harrell was promoted to fill the The Meeting of the Irish van7 - riN ciuuiicu league ui up in a Balloon. America. ? - a. n ' bought in att !ulancr -1 nit nt against was rective! by the Iteflector. Pitt committee on permanent organiza countv and the new trolden belt al-S loa sported in favor ot Col. C. II. wavs leads. Base Bail at Shelby. .Special to htte Chroiic'e. A Victory for the Republic. (ly Cable.) London, Oct. 1. The suicide of Iloulanger is distinctly recogniz ed in Paris as a victory for the Re public and an acknowledgment of failure by the men who last strug gled for the overthrow. A Berlin dispatch says that while nothing is said that commits the officials to an expression on the subject, the news of the suicide was evidently gratify- There 'are no less than eight aeronauts at the Exposition grounds and two of these ' will make ascen- sions to-day. Between 1 1 and 12 o'clock a lady will ascend to a great Was Made Chairman and Accented . r To the Lovers of Music. Mr. C. E. Lindall, the greatest of American cot net players has RYAN, OF ST. LOUIS, It in a Hinging Speech The Object of the Meeting. "Rv TTnited 1 tam. n tii -v 1 1 t -1 been engaged for a limited term by Chicago, 111., Oct. 1. Possioly , ln 5,. . ... n - the most important pubhc gathering firs ance on Friday ji mv, iiiou Wi. uviu iuio oiuc i At v:i i; d of the Atlantic began here to-day. . , -A nhntnm. at ihpk It was the convention of the Irish U. tax National League of America and of societies and individuals through- U Painful Accident. i At Ai A ittsicruay aiiernoon wnne a car in svmnnrhTf with thn n.nnni.nliAn ! -r ;r - J-r T - on the way to the city from the it . 0?, Lbxposition grounds was stationary v I VI ri l ll MMr i-mt I'M Tl lniii ir l no I'lrior 1 1 . . f il " f i-arons, leauer 01 uie niovcmcm, ; , 5n 1nllrf ,.;r,i,5 U ul5nrr lnnU.l fe ,v 0 - rrr car naa stopped also, but some im ance on the stage of Dr. 1 nomas ni j rA.o. ru.. rC eT tt. authorized person pulled the cord, 7 ... , 1 gmng the starting signal and in an pmuse qnicKiy lonowea as oiner instant u gtr-ck jhe otber ur,,, , i.uwum,,, Standin gin rear of the latter out- , .ucuwM. v.uannon, oi wmaua, side the guard and with his feet upon and Judge James F.tzgerald, of the co wag c,w1m Bun1ch y, 7"', '"" lwho is in charge of the Yarboro cccu.mj l . ou.. m Mi newg s(and The runningcar s,ruck . , his toot, crushing it so that some ot had called tht convention to order. ... ... t . . , .... . . .7 tne toes will pernaps nave to he am- and when the cheenng greeting his a i,a:: ... permanent chairman, and Yardley i ffj)0n as the disappearance of a man 1. Hrown, of Loudon county, sec- wh() had not exh.ll!SllMl i,;8 ability Ittarj. ! . irnnrn ti ihi Tt Qt lififc. Col. Parsons was greeted with ! j to injure ability France. In St. Peters- o I rmt ntl A nliv5ip?nn wo c nti th a appearance subsided, proceeded to i . c . i l i ' t enr nd in n tew moments rrnve him read the call. Secretary Sutton Kiid the delegates had came at their own expense in spite of a hos- v aid. The lad is about xteen years of age and is .veil known. News of the accident Hew and it was said are .... . 1 . . 1 ... am l.k.il il... . . - llll f lllllllt II IT Ililllll. Illl I 1 I VW t I Mikluv, . U., Uct. l.uae apnhiiKe when escorted to the chair r n? n,,t f u-I.hjJ ,lr1,u,,lii; T""" - UWI, the foot was cut off. The facts ball here to-day-Shelby vs.He read an address, the leading ar-, vict If h U MlrVvil th ,t it win j "VVtMmTt he t,S!RSabVe S,ated' ' mm ...... t, i ...nnrnt of vh eh was that the mv . J , . j were lrihmeii, but he urged tum ;t.. , v,oiumiia. ine game a? caueu i o v ; pui an eua u ine iouiangt'risis as . i . .,,.1., ti1(l;P i.ni r.oii ' - ,-.... l!,,-ticl in MXtl, innin, o cable the vM. XtZXr "V ""'l ''' S i( " 't should be ! " TO-DAY'S PEOGEAMME. , !y,wu d w: in, .,::,,. ca.ch the train. Th, ! , '7' ViZ t " . ! for ,W "Ik,V,; mH O'Xeil Uyan, I . . " .. .. . m An Ilo .tir i , n ... ?? : . ! 10 !l ' i ..f St. Lm.w.u-.w intrndmv .1 ns tem. An Interesting Uay at the liXrjOSil . Muiu mwnj u iu o. ine lieiiiorraiie. 11 inv im iiic ri:iie i - " w 1 . . . t 1 v . .... T who, in 1 .:!v itiiv tlirotuh f'-ar of, , : i 1 if-11 rnminon. Tle ' C:i: ri'-, the victim, .!:, r!.;tr.';uil LMvehim ; II kiii'hn w;t ."O great j ' 1 1 . 1 iiiin- 11 jpnte at ON THE RACE TRACK. 4.' p-:h lit tho Culled rr. r.i.otCKSTr.i:. ! Gi.ot'CKSTKt:, X. .1., October 1. iitljebanjii about ; .Jmt 1 iki a Second race. 4 furlong: Mcln- issue and followed un tht: chartres against .lanone ei ionn in me recent call for the convention. At the close of Col. Parsons speech the committee on plan of organization Tho Trouble iu Russia. a: 1 :i j';irer:tly thought j t'M.tll)''. (ine ; tire lirt, time -4 ;; a jMri ami was ; mm 1 - .... . . lhird race, t tui ti.a. unir C. urne re-'. r . , .M,i .... hrt, time l:dd4-. .1:: ! !in;illv told him to 1 ., , 1 longs: Climax Hy Cable London, Oct. 1. A dispatch reported, recommending that a com- j Irom i'tersturg to me ziamttmt mitteeof 100 be appointed, ,() to j confirms the dire distress of 25,000, L. J..Pf...1 w iV. ninmntmn n t..l ! 0u0 pcop'e unable to pay their taxes as being the cause ot deficit of burg, Secretary. 000,000 roubles in the budget. Min-j m ister Vichnegradski has just granted I r lOrtTlC SllrlTrvS ill fill r-M. .1 L rnrlrulrJ "T I i I Jtt !!. dinner hour. ... . .t - f.,rr: . , 1 , 1 01 liiarncy nrsi, lime o . ' un.' n turn. I to a held rn 1 -i f i - ? . . .... , V Fifth race, 1 mile: Mohican tirst, V .d work. Soon after1 , . I ,. 11 ! tune 1. l.i. -i '."ij! trorn tne house, ... n r 1 c. t '.!, i,. , r , , 1 Sixth race, f furlongs: Sis Kae i.t' iaMv to the li ld and , .. , ,.n ri- tl, 1 1 r 1 . 1 ' hrrt, time l:Jln. r'' . U.f io;,(l of idiot nenrlv J K!ui:i, . ..iV 1.: 1.1 f ! JKRllME 1'AHK. , - "i" ii''au. .onie ; : ' woursd-il two n Trt. in I Nkw Voiik. Oct. 1. The fall p ' Ciirri who w re at work. ! meeting of the New York Jockey h . - . I " JK 1 J I crreef mora were senf in the Ilhin lfe publicans and then a recess was 11 1 ....... ..!. t t..L- ti.cf (mwi 1 I . inn wf;t"il lUKeil J'iftC nici, the remainder by the committee, to take charge of the abandoned cam paign. This committee is to ap point such city and county commit tees as may be found necessary. The report was adopted. A reso lution otfered by T. T. Henry, col ored, of Roanoke, declaring the color line in the Republican party of Virginia a stranger, and con demning separate coaches for whites and blacks, was referred to the committee on resolutions. On motion of Mr. Herman, porary chairman of the convention, and he promptly launched into a ringing address foreshadowing the policy of the gathering. The chairman's strong speech was punctuated throughout with enthusiastic cheers. The conven tion made John Flannery, of Pitts- another million roubles for relief of the starving. On the Retired List. 1 wo di-ritl. wa, captured Results: ""inty. lb- would have 1 First race. 5 furlongs: Ches.v had 1 f ; , t" J ul. HU trial was f II" u-i H-titeriet'il t 1... -I't.-mU r ::.th. He never Ls -'"K but .aid he would '"I'Uion,.,-, ordered that r:,,!," puhlie. Second race, 1,400 yards: Ocy- pete first, time 1:21 J. Third race, the Essex stakes, G furlongs: Dagonet first, time 1:17. Fourth race, the Hunter stakes, 9 furlongs: Kildeer first, time 2:07 Hy The United Press. Washington, I). C. Oct. 1. Capt. Geo. II. Perkins, United States Navy, at his own request was to-day placed on the retired last, after 10 yearr service. Capt. Per kins distinguished himself during the late war as commander of the U. S. 3. Chicasaw at Mobile Bay, Alabama. Another Precinct Heard From. TBEjpiAM0ND. 5iv I'ljittd Press. 1 -ilieVr,,. I ". ""innati C, Chi- (.-ailed mi ,.n,i ,.r if,,.. 1 , ' UI -;'l''rk"'-): l,hil;id-.l,hia 'II J . w V 1 '1 ;. X.-w York i: '1 land 7, Pitts- (By the United Press.) New York, Oct. 1. A special cable dispatch to the Herald from Fifth race, 9 furlong; Russell La Libertad, Salvador, says, the first time 159 commander ot that port says the ru ' ' la . A. -j Sixth race h furlongs Faot mo about a revolt in uautcmala is first, time 1:03J. untrue, as he would have heard about the trouble if it had occurred. Died Like Romeo. By Cable, London, Oct. 1. The iWs says: Boulanger seems to die like Romeo, ' Ulo,N. . ' li....t, i . . r" h Af..i . 1 Washing l'd at end of Madame Boulanger Fainted. ByThe United Treaa. Pauis, Oct. 1. -Madame Bou- but he really dies like Balmaceda,a Manger, widow of Gen. Boulanger, discredited ndventnrer. With his s residing at Versailles. On being end surely there will be an end to informed ot the death ot her hus- the republic's worst trials. The Panu .M . wussew, yesieruay, older rennhliefl r nt lent. sir stable aiaaamc uomanger iainieu. om as the older momirehies. and much then she has been in a state of deep ; - i . i ... ii. . more stable than some of them. A upjecuon anu is apparently ovei- pretender in the United States come with gnet. would be unthinkable, and after the -. Brussels event there is no reason Bookkeepers and others ot s ccien What the Times Says. By Cable. London, October 1. The Times says of Gen Boulanger's suicide : Gen. Boulanjrer cleared the air ot French politics. If the public is again menaced the danger will come from more upright and manly aspi rants for power than Orleanist or Bonapartist intriguers who figure in the Coulisses du Boulangists. Washington, October 1. The State Department has received from Mr. Ingersley, Danish Minister of the Interior, a eopy of a decree re moving, from and after the 8th in- tant, the prohibition on American pork imported into Denmark. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 1. At Iluntsville, Ala., this morning Pro fessor Ren fro, a white teacher in a colored normal school attempted to chastise Ebenezer Kahn, a colored pupil. Kahn seized a threex inch steel chisel and imbeded it into Renfro's brain, killing him. Kahn is under arrest. Miserable and Contemptible. By Cab e. London, Oct. 1. The Standard says : The collapse of Gen. Bou langer is one of the most miserable and contemptible on record, lie did his country a useful service in impressing distrust on adventurers like himself. The Clergy Decline to Participate. By Cable. , Brussels, Oct. 1. It has just been announced that the funeral of Gen. Boulanger will take place on Saturday afternoon, October 3rd. The funeral will be a purely civil ceremony. . The clergy decline to participate. to dark th - J Mm Mm W . fIIIIIIIII Vl'l' :i1F:i I II I II I lllllt. M.M. 1 LIL . W A aA. m. W m Wj fl . mM. j , IjWIIkllll I 111, Ll X a m - w I ' J w -'wku V OA lpl s j , , l serious conception in France. 10. Simmons Liver Regulator. Brain-workers keep your heads clear and bowels open. Take Sim mons Liver Regulator. I Bicycle Tournament. There will be a bicycle tourna ment in Stronach's warehouse the first part of next week, conducted by Will Wynne, Raleigh's own champion. Two country boys were talking as the parade passed yester day; one said to the other, "Look at the parade!" The other an- -V1 swered, "1 didn t come here to see the parade, I came to see WiJ Wynne." tion. Open at 10 a. m. Balloon ascension will be made as early in the day as possible for fear of high winds. A handsome gold watch will be given to the visitors by the aeron aut during the performance. Weather permitting a second as cension by lady anronat will take place at 2 p. m. Grand musical concert by Expo sition Band. Assisted by the tal ented Cornet Soloist. Prof. Charles E. Lindall, one of the finest musicians in America. Prof. Lindall has been engaged for a few days only by the Exposi tion management, and the public will miss a treat if they fail to at tend the Exposition during the next few days. The Ladies' Cornet Band will be one of the attractions at the concert. ; The concert will take place in the main building of the Exposition : in the afternoon. Miss Lillian Hunt, the champion shot, will give in front of grand stand in the afternoon a perform ance, showing her rreat skill in shooting. Special new features will be given daily. Those in charge of the exhibits have done much work since the' gates closed last evening, and the visitors to-day will see the Exposi tion to advantage. This is the day set apart for Dur ham county and the handsome ex hibit of Mr. J. S. Carr will be pre sented to the public. With Ely's Cream Balm a child can be treated without pain and with perfect safety. It cures catarrh, hay fever and colds in the head. It is easily applied into the nostrils and give immediate relief. Price 50 cents. Take! Take! Take Simmons I Liver Regulator for dyspepsia, con ' stipation and heartburn. ' ! 4 - - - i ' V . '; i i. l 1 . h , . 4- '' , it- A t v.