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DAILY STATE; CHRONICLE. NOV
4 . 189! if 1 in 1 Sill ination Finis of citations. He will conclude his ar gument to-morrow, when he will address the jury upon the facts in the case. (Hi! went gegun. Negroes Gone South. Special to State Chronicle. Asueville, N. C, Nov. 3. Two hundred negroes have gone to Charleston, S. C, to work in the phosphate mines. Last Game of Ball for the Season. . r, 1 to M-e " n . Yres . . 17. df. : (Spc-a1 to State Chronicle.) j Oak Ridge, N. C, Nov. 2. : Q:lk Ridge Institute and Guilford j College played their fourth and last ! match ame of base ball on the ! rounds of the latter club, last Sat j urday, November 31. Score 5 to i 0 ;n favor of Oak Ridge Institute. I Oak Rid'e Institute has succeeded '.v:.Vil. w r llS ie i in winning three of the four games 1 aii-I tne .u-1 .ivtlj during this year, and tieing .v.lir" th'-ir ariT'inci)t ,mj therefore, claims the Xont'W tVHkiict lui .100i base ball championship ol 1 m-itner muc , State. Dunns the season it l 'I lie trs- offered games to the University, Trinity and Wake Forest. W. it 11 S:i-- Cti;'' 1 v -' 3.1. Tb YESTERDAY'S ELECTIONS. At the hour we go to press there seems to be not the shadow of a doubt that ; Roswell P. Flower is elected Governor of the Empire State. His majority in New York city was less than was expected, but the country districts came up nobly to his support. It was . the tariff leaven that did the work. At 12 o'clock it seems certain that Flower's plurality is not lesa than 15,000. Massachusetts' young Democratic Governor seems certainly elected by 10,000 majority. However the returns are very incomplete. In Ohio, McKinley is probably elected, but the returns are very incomplete. in the other btates we have no news of suflicient fulness to base any calculations upon them. mums X H O GO S Q Z u 5 fa. to bus .I'd ami Aif ,1 it; coition conclulbvroon. ! II.. rivn ted a I. State. prayers for mstruc C( ,:: 'upon the law in t0t WllU'Q " rfer in the first degree. , the testimony in full, the position that the If Maggie Motz, whether j by Michael or not, t0 do with the case. he said, planted itself T ,J Vn low sw. I nun had proper redress. V Robinson, hsq the case for the i sptech was able. He re sidence carefully and licbel as the destroyer ae of the woman, the real ' death of Samuel Motz, Jbo was seeVmj: to shift of his own guilt upon the if another to complete the ie family by death at the the brothers of the wo- se life he had destroyed. testimony showed that jdants in attempting to e wron? dono tlipir c -" family as fur as W had done nothing 0 the law of God or man. Me was an accident, re- p the lawful efforts of f to defend himself. . Walker, Esq., argued e case for the defend lok the position that in- legal quality of the snts went to the scene Xitb an intent ,1, 1 were aswultMl lv p Motz to defend him- Ist Michael, it wasjustifi. P fr the intent with f fired at t:..v. 1 "l icuaei was w l, .1. r operation of the ptode of Sam ATn. 1 ill 1 11 r 1., . "'o- h was ,0fGo.la,lIllan,a3 lnt;y dviiizt.1 com. I THE CUMBERLAND PAIE. The wonderful gains made in the country precincts in New York as indicated by the returns for Gov ernor would indicate that the Dem ocrats have carried the New York Legislature,hoth the' Senate and the Assembly. Governor Holt Eeceived Eight Eoyally Special to Statk Cubcmcxe. Everything is alive with enthusi asm over the bright, sunny weather and the unsurpassed success of the Cumberland Fair already. Gov. Holt arrived by the Atlantic Coast Line this afternoon and was roy ally received, after which he re paired to Tokay, the house of Cel. W. J. Greene, where he will spend the night. To-morrow morn ing fifty to one hundred mounted marshals will meet His Excellency at Harrington hill, ac companied by the F. I. L. I. Cor net band, and escort him into town and out to the fair grounds to the tune of Dixie. Race horses continue to arrive with the-exhibits. THE MINERS AND THE 00NVI0TS. o h s 3 -0 . W C 1 k w V Cf 02 CD n .0 P w r- O o O B1 is e 1 w a nO fl; ass ASS Us q: 82 Q r y s so? o .0 3 2 ori It j c D V c o J. J. TnoMAS, President. A. A. Thompson, Vice-Pres. B. S. Jerman, Cashier. H. W. Jackson, Aes't Cashier. Tht COMMERCIAL Ai FARMERS' BAKK OF KA LEIGH, N. C. AUTHORIZF.n CAFJTAT, . PA ID UP A? i l u . 8500,000.00 1C!0,000.00 itmL2 sen,ts 01 W L nouglag Shoes. lf ni - ior 8ilie,in your place ask your (Healer to Bend for catalogue, secure iht neeucF. and Ret them ior you. SO SUBSTITUTE. No Change in Affairs in Ohili. By the United rrers. "Washington, Nov. 3. 'Inquiries at the State aud -navy departments this morning for nes from Chili developed the reply that there was no change in the situation. Secre tary Blaine did not come to the de partment of state during the fore noon, being engaged at the cabinet meetings. The People Are in Sympathy With the Miners. By The United Press. Mr. Vernon, Tenn., Nov. 3. Ten of the Briceville and Coal Creek convicts, who had been re- !iv.ov,vi, ncio itllU put III sympathy of the people. Somerset, Ky., Nov. 3. Detec tive Wm. Bates captured twelve of the Tennessee convicts near the State line yesterday evening, and nine others this morning, all ne groes and brought them here and placed them in jail to await orders from the Governor cf Tennessee. Middlesboro, Ky., Nov. 3. The police this morning captured 'Wm. Graves, Sam Goodrich and Albert Henderson, three of the convicts j released by the Tennessee miners at ineeviiie. a wo were, uoinor 0 terms for murder and the other for grand larceny. Th prisoners ac knowledged their identity. All are colored, and were found hiding in the hills in the eastern part of the city, near Overbeck's brewery. The men are now in jail here and the Tennessee authorities have been notified of the capture. WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; mado of the best fine calf, stylish uim wiu vevaus0 toe maice more shoes of this grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand- ttm fliil s . 1 . ipJm shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French imported shoes which cost from ft.mttt &V2 m One Hundred Thousand .Dollar lire at Albany, Goorgia. Eoasted His Own Child. By The United Presa. Albany, Ga., Nov. 3. Wright Westlock & Browns warehouse, together with a dozen houses ad joining it, and occupied by negroes, were destroyed by fire last evening. tA 00 Iland-fccwed Welt Shoe, line calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. The best Khoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as cua-tom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9JX). ffiO 50 Pftlice Shoe; Farmers, Railroad Men 9Jw and Letter Carriers all wear them; flne calf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten sion edge. One pair will wear a year. Qi) 50 fine cnlff no better shoe ever offered at &Mmm this price; one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. "25 and $2.00 WorkiiiRinan's shoes are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. RfV(' $200 and $1.75 school shoes are M J 9 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell on their merits, as the Increasing sales show. ISkHlAC $3.00 Hnnd-wewed shoe, best CHIIvo Dongola, very stylish; equals French Imported shoes costing from S4.00 to $6.00. Ladies' 2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 shoe for Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. Cautian. See that W. L. Douglas' name and price are stamped on the hottom or each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mass. For Sale by HELLER BROS., 7-3-oin. Raleigh, N. C. Your IlinLOJn. Y.'ith Indelible Ink 2 c.r ii I.i-ttt-r Bottle at Indelible Ink, iSO cents tnt upon receipt cf 1 rice. 1 :tts WM. BAUMGAKTEN, 213 . Fayette St., Baltimore, Hid Our large resources and special facilities enable us to receive on favora ble terms accounts of individuals, firm?, banks and corporations. Uur large steel and granite Fire-Proof Vault is fitted with time lock, burglar-proof safe, and with safety deposit boxes. We would be pleased to correspond with those who contemplate mak ing changes or opening new accounts. Our cardinal points: Safety! Promptness! Liberality! Courtesy!! 9-30-tf Tne mops House. o; mm r 1.1 1 j JL We Suit More People in Our Present Enormous and Well-Selected Stock Than all the Other Houses do, and we Name the Lowest Prices. Agents OCtStf Wuntfd. art or Ler broth- -uueer to Nil .1 'nut iiu. .1. V to tie1 4 7 T '-rts, the dtf, t ... "'Mcmean. 4Won n.. . W . " e "omicide " of a- .... . etpr 3 .. west 8 many By the United Press Lexington, Va., Nov. 3. A story which seems well authenticat ed comes from Collierstown, a small The losses will aggregate $100,000, beuiemeni near Here, recording tne Insurance not known. brutality of a drunken father who placed his baby on the cooking stove JACK THE KIPPER. in the presence of the child's mother and roasted it to death with drawn At Work in Alabama Bloodhounds revolver threatening to kill the - Put on His Track. I r 1 . - I momer n sne interfered. mY the United Press.) Birmingham, Ala., Not. 3. A The Cumberland Pair's Bright Pros- regular Jack the Ripper, is at work pects. around Georgian, Ala., a small tnwn in "Rutlpr count v. This morn i j ine outlook was never ungnter ; vo Wn'M TrmtHat hnv nf I KUV UV1 J-lUiV UiiMk, w r. J p a 1 iS 1 o vi ii L'rauu SUCCeSS OI ine Umuer- n ilrr.nrn man Wa fnimH land lair. It is now a settled tact, :n tllfi nllhi:0, road near that nlace. me uoserver, tnat George I5en- makinff six murders within the last nett, ot Goldsboro, and Wilfong, ot few days 0nly yesterday Thos. Catawba, have matched their crack Shepherd and wife, aged 80, were uorsesior a rurmnc race tnere next mA, ; ihW nwn kmp... Th lnursday, with a cool thousand dol- Country is wild with excitement .ouucrtcu &iuf, mus maKingiue and everybody is up in arms. Blood successful horse win $2,075. Blood- imnnrifl Wn nut. on thp. trail ed stock will also be on hand from all directions, but there is no -utuioiinaanu Virginia, iov. clue whatever to the perpetrators uik wm open ine iair Wednesday, of these deeds In each case the tollowed on Thursday by Gov. Till- V1vt;m was brained with an axe. man, of South Carolina. Friday is Thft latest victim ;s believed to be set apart as Alliance day, With a peddler and the motive of the anuu sutler as orator, w no nas murder was probably robbery aaourcu me association tnat ne will Some New Arrivals. We have just received a limited num ber of Children's Henrietta Cloaks What a season we are having! The quantity of 44 Ready-to-put-on and-wear clothes" we are serving to all ranks and conditions of mankind tell us plainer than words, the dajs o universal apireeifttion of our efforts are at band. The wide stretch of our service from $5 to $35 has itfven a freedom to every purse and every taste. The wage-worker realizes that his few hard earned dollars are a power to minister to his comfort. A man cf affluence sees in our match less stock the direct road to his pert ect satis'actlon, saving Mm the time and the tax be formerly pa'd to his tailors. Our $10 and $J5 suits and Overcoats Are revelati na to the skeptical. The perfection of fit, the worth of quality and originality of design, burst tne bub ble of competition and leaves us masters of tne situation. From $15 to 35 the shoe is on the other foot. The tailors who wouldn't, for the world, acknowledge our equality have been huuihle- to silence in the face and eyes of the truth. Instead of following, Wli MM I). We use all the finest fabrics aud richest trimmings. The patterns nr all drafted in harmony with the accepted fasMons cf the times, and on the fit we stake our reputation. Our policy is obliging net arbitrary. If you waut Cheviots, IIomespun3, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Kerseys, Meltons. Clay's Worsteds, cut In any imagina ble new style axici in all the newest shades- Your i.leasure is ours. No fear of disappointing you the stock is too hirge, the variety too great, the prices too low. Dress Well as Long as !ou fan Dress so Cheaply, which we will close but at $1.25; usual price $2. Our Millinery Department is complete, and we have received a new lot of Misses' Cloth Sailors, which we sell at 50c; sold elsewhere at from 65c to 90c. We have also received several pieces of DOUBLE-FACED CAM FLANNEL, for fancy work, scarfs, lambrequins, etc., which we have marked 15c a yard. be present. Take Simmons Liver Regulator in youth and you will enjoy a green n,,. n v tt . old age. wuio juuf uuruBuy using j . Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint: Painting the town red ; means for corns, bunions and warts, it is headache in the morning. Simmons a treat. Liver Regulator prevents it. Children's Caps in great variety and all styles. Warner's Corsets for sale. WoollGou s Son, 14 . Martin St. S. & D. Berwanger. The People's Outfitters. visitors to tne Exposition Are Extended a cordial welcome T. Hal. Bobbitt's Drnjr Store. to Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. Soda and Mineral Waters , Are dispensed from the finest soda fountain in the State. Holiday goods; fancy and toilet articles such as soaps, perfumery, brushes, combs, etc. Physicians prescriptions filled with accuracy and dispatch, both day and night. J. 235 FATETTEVU.LE rmaciaU afelslt, IT C.