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S; USCKIPTION PKICK : DAILY 1 1 Year - ; on ti Months 3 00 I A Months i.5i) Tu K W'FCr.KT.Y CHUOMCI.E (eight pages); (Ma- year Iu clubs of Ave, $1.00. SHrni1' t opus f urnilied on application. t'OXti It KSSIONA L- HII UlVICIt AI IIAltltOlt HIM. iam:d ii v Tin: norsi:. voi.inn; xi. RALEIGH. fin!) '; . . N. C, TUESDAY MORXIXG. MAY 10. 1892. NUMBER 51. ilw Mcam-hl City of larU ana Mil) of cw York' Admitted to American Kntiy. !; lolctrapli to t lie State Chronicle. Washington, May 9 (Senate.) Mr. r'rye called up the House bill to : i v t an American registry to the Iu j-cted. Mr. Ilolman then demanded the yeas and nays on the final passage of the bill, and the bill was passed, 'yeas 185, nays 05; 123 democrats, 57 republicans and 5 popVs party mem- Fllti; AT C;itEENVIL,l,I Tvo Dwelling;' Burned A Conflagra tion Threatened. Special to the State Chronicle. Geeenvillk, N. C, SOUTHERN BAPTISTS. Dyc11Iii;m and Families in 1SOO. Baltimore Sun. May 9. AVOICK OF THE CONVENTION IN SESSION AT ATLANTA. Extra census bulletin No. bers voting in the affirmative. The j Greenville had quite a fire about 7 urjiuuvt; vote was as ioitows: - mull .stenillMll Its itv nf Vuur Vnrl," 1 . 'J Cooper, Cox of New York, Crai" iinu "vu im i aria, upon certain con-1 i i r , r , nJ - v . . ' c 1 Pennsylvania, CriLvvToid, Crosby, Cu . . .., rr i berson, Cumuiings, DeArmond.Dic I 1 1i IM I Jl I H i Urn 1k!rikli,i . . , i;son Doekery, Ellis, Fowler, Grady two vessels it was proposed to pur-j fIill, Halloel, TIiUniit0n. Koar. Hoi " ccib i.etu ueeii uuiu un- ' ,1,-rthe supervision of he British ad ! Lester of Va., Martin, O'Neil of Mass., n.iralty, and knowing that they were Outhwaite, Patton, Pendleton, Reilly! be,n built with American capital they ! UieI,ardson, Sayers, Scott, neerley. had demanded inlujUy morj from ; St Tucker, White, Williams of theni than was asked ol the Majestic i MHchllsetts, alld Williams of North intimating that the Jiritita l;on had been growling at the loss of the two flaps. He had no occasion to growl, because when these two ships were being built it was proposed to give them a sub wnsion of $105,000 a year. Great Britain would have nothing to say. The penalty she asked would be paid it' tli ' bill became a law and there would hi an end of it. These ships were not only the finest and safest pas- seiig-r bhips afloat, but they were also capable of being made most effici ent commercial destroyers and cruisers. Mr. Mills asked that the bill be laid over, considering that this was rush ing the matter with unnecessary haste; l,c had some observations he wished to make upon it himselt. Mr. Vest ol Missouri said he had supported this bill in committee and he proposed to support it in the Senate. thouh it did not meet his views as to free ships. In coming under the American tlag, these vessels gate up a subversion of $52,- Demo- o'clock n. m. Sundav. and p-rne.ripnpprl crats, Allen, Andrew, Bailey, Beeman, j a narrow escape from a conflagration. Beltzhoover, Breckingridge of Ken-j The fire originated in a tenant house tucky, Brookshire, B-own, Brunner, j on tue premises of Mr. German Ber Brusey, Bushnell, Butler, Bynum, i nard spreading to the old Bernard dwell- vampnell, Laruth, Clancy, Cockran, D house, occupied by J. M. Latham. of I ! north wind carried the flames ker- Taft. This with a tenant house on the premises was entirely consumed. The dwllirg of Frank Johnson, Mrs. QuirYs boarding house, Williamson's carriage factory and the Catholic church were in imminent danger and Williamson's factory was only saved 1 by a proviacntial shift of the wind af- ier me uremeu una ueen unven from the building by the heat. Had this building burned no earthly power could have saved the courthouse, jail, and a dozen other buildings including Flannagan's car riage factory, and hotel Macon. The citizens realizing the threatening ; persons; 30 per cent, live in bouse j having from 7 to 10 persons, and 1.09 the general results of the eleventh cen-; a single person Our people, it is seen, sus as regards dwellings and families ! ,ive for tbe most Part in ,ljeir own homes. She Jitatc Chronicle The I hilly baa a larger cJrculaUon In ILa State and City than any other dally. The Weekly circulate In every county la the Stale. The Chkomclk it one of the beat adver tising mediums in the State. Correspondence solicited. KE1MIAXDE1) DEEMING. TIIKJIAN OF MAN 711 ItniCHHTO IIK 1IAN;I.I TI 1 V '23. Delegates to the Centennial .Meeting : for the States and principal cities oh Elected.-itepori or ariou, the Uljion For cenu CoinmitteeM. s purposes any: Political current. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. 1 " " " I , ' r Atlanta, May 9. The Baptist I in"' whetber a room oer a warehouse, j Jones as a candidate for Congress, convention this "morning appointed i a loft over a stable, a wigwam, a hotel, i It is said that a majority of the dcle- delegates to the centennial meeting to I a tenement-house or an ordinary dwell-! S0 al u "owan primaries taiie piacc at x muapum uu me zitn, : injr-house. Of dwellings as thu- d 25th and 26th inst. The delegates I are alliance-men. le- ! 'arolina; total oC. Republicans, Deliver, Flick, Hitt, Post, Powers, Ray, C. People's party, Baker, Simp son and Watson, 3; total 65. After three hours consumed in debating two district bills to amend laws relating to land lines and for the erection cf a reformatory and house of detention for women and girls, charged with and convicted of crimes and misdemeanors, and without action thereon, the House adjourned until to-morrow. I J , OAA appointed were: S. A. Hayden, j j uneu . . . I,a a! ?T7ii C. Porter, F. M. Ellis, II. A. Tapper, j f '-r ' L. E. Kline, T. T. Eaton, E. Y. Mul o-n' lilies aggregating 62 022,- o. x lie avcia"c iiuuiuer ui lo T T Tcr, W TI Tr:ii:, ! F"" n t (v t r rr, T persons in a dwelling was o.4o: of per- G. A. Lofton, Lansing Burrows, T. J. r i -i C i , ,1 , rs i u t t t r '. TT sons to a fami y 4.64. About half o( Hie Wake Primaries. Milbumie. The primaries were well at;:,ded. Delegates were elected to the county convention as follows: From eist side river A. R. Hodge, H. H. Knight, .Tosiah Broadwell; from west sik river F. P. Williams, R. J. Buf falo and M. W. Buffalo. Ilouse'sCrtek The democrats elect- j ed trie following delegates to the county convention: A. M. Sorrell, W. G. Al 1 -n, J. T. Edwards, S. II. Smith, J. R. Medlin and A. M. Jackson. For al- H yt'HC eacn. Mr Mills moved to , ternatt-s: J. G. Howard, R. L. Sorrell, strike out the following words: '-After , T. Smith, A. M. Thompson, W. which all su( h vessels shall be entitled j H. Whitaker and CLas. Finch. The to all the rights and privileges of ves- ! following were elected as townshin ex nels of the United States, except lhat ; committee: W. G. Allen, chairman; they (-ball not be employed in the coast- j y. 'j Smith, S. H. Smith, A. M. Sor- wise trade ot the United Mates." : r.-H and A. M. .Tarfcsnn danger, fought heroically and buckets were even passed by the ladies. Unique Ilonian Catliolic Ceremony. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. De Pere, Wis., May 9. A cere mony, unique and unrivalled in the history of the Roman Catholic ihurch in America took place at St. Joseph'e church in this city yesterday amid the ringing of bells and booming of cannon. It was the coronation of St. Joseph, performed by Bishop Messmer and authorized by the Holy Father. Pope Leo. Many priests and hun dreds of people from adioining cities were present. Pontifical high mass was celebrated and eulogies of St. Joseph were delivered in French and English. A statue of St. Joseph bearing the infant Savior in his arms stood above the altar. Crowns of pure gold were placed on their heads, the crown of the Savior being studded A resolution ! with diamonds and precious stones. Drane, J. F. Love, J. B. Turpin, II. H. Harris, W. E. Hatcher and R. VanDeventer. The report of the foreign mission id showed an increase of receipts of $803.43, while the membership increase has been proportionately five times as much. The committee recommended that the salary of the as sistant secretary be put down at $2, 000; that full receipts and expenditure's of the foreign mission journal be pub lished; that its circulation be pushed. The committee on financial method made a report, showing that there were many different methods for rais ing money for a convention. In some States it was raiasd by appeal to the churches through agents, in other States boards applied to the churches directly, and in others ap peals were made through State boards. The committee recommended that the home and foreign mission boards each make an apportionment among States giving money needed for next year; that State boards be request jd to rat ify or modify these apportionments, and on the basis of these recommen- Newbern Journal: "Polk's threat to run for Governor if Gov. Holt is nominated will only make friends for the present worthy intumbent. Peas Polk seek to elect the republican ticket? Is that the latest game?" .L ii: : the population of the country is housed T V" contention .or in dwellings occupied by from two to!1',- H Tui.ni 7.i . 1 six persons, the dwellings occupied by j 1'feth c.ty Hugh Cole ot that place, . .1 , aim j. ax. nemaru, oi uretin me. iDg the most numerous. , A , , , . ' . . ! were eiecieu ablegates to me national convention, having been instructed to vote for Harrison. Tarboro Southerner: "The 7Vt gressive Farmer says pretended you are a democrat till you get in, and then turn third partywards. Week after next it will learn that it does not own the consciences of the voters of North Carolina." The Salisbury Herald reports that The celebration was concluded in the evening with a display of fireworks. nine of Hi- Caldwell. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, May 9. Miss alary Gwendolen Caldwell, who is repnted fj mere was a -real question involved in i WHS unanimously adoDted endorsing this measure and it ought to receive! A. D. Jones, Esq., for a candidate for calm, deliberate consideration in this i Congress from the 4th congressional very deliberative body, and not be district rubied through in this unseemly way. ! The straightouts lost th day at Mil It wa "the old flag and an appropria- j burnie, the other side getting all four '.ion" over a gain. The company , 0f the d legates. would not be so anxious to lower the , At tl Pave nn'mnrv i?i.f. flrrut I to be the wealthiest unmarried woman Uriti-h flag and to hoist the star" and werH .-1. 0ted, the.s being C. II. Clark, ! in America, is very ill in this city with .-tripes unless there were dollars to be Joseph B. Stedman, N. 1. iulley, E. I O'phoid fever, caused it is thought by made by the transaction. Mr. Hig- I). Yates and Robt. A. Young. ' A j drinking the water of Florida, as she cins said he should vote for the j motion to instruct delegates to support ; has )ni returned from winter resi I'ill, but with very great reluctance, on the St. Louis platform was defeated. denee in that State. Miss Caldwell's iut ii wi'um give a motion to endorse the ucaia ae-j """" v . ... ...v. cVL.u vv,- the American government two power- mauds and the democratic platform of ' 000,000. Miss Caldwell was engaged ful cruisers in case of difficulty. Mr. 18'JO was also lost. The delegates i at one lime to lJ"nce Murat of Mills' amendment was voted down and ' Wt re sent without instruction. ' rance but th engagement was the roll was called on the passage of the ; At Holly Springs there was two ' broken off. bill, with' the following result: : primary conventions Saturday and two Yeas: Allen, Allison, Barbour, Brice, Setts of delegates were appointed to at Kutler, Call, Cockrell, Coke, Cullom, tend the county convention on the 14th Dawes. Dixon. Dolnh. Dubois. F r tl.o ar.lit thit tl,P (libsonof Maryland, Gorman, Hale, u:.st motion made at the assembling of I kf coTn.tft,.D1"S Alice Laurul Kate Ilansbrough, Hawley, Hill, Kenna, tvH. mw ting under the ,M ()f lhe chair- ! wke, Lizzie Tenhuendfeld and John Kyle, McMillan. Mor-an. Paddock. WH .leet e,,irmH,, in R,,len started for a row down the BlS t Jtiami river. Aneypasseu me aanger i signal without noticing it and got into "i J the current which carried the party over me nam. iiiss juaurui ana miss Clarke were drowned w.iile Miss Ten huendfeld narrowly escaped the same fate. four persons be Families consisting of four persons are likewise most numerous. The number of persons to a dwelling has steadily decreased since 1850, when it was 5.94. The ntsmber of persons to a family has decreased with like steadiness, being 5.55 in 1850 5.28 in 1860, 5 09 in 1870. 5.04 in 1880 and 4.94 in 1890. The excess of families over dwellings has regularly increased. In 1850 it was 7.02 per! cent.; in 1880 it was 11.06 per cent.; 1 the Rowan county primaries were held in 1890 it was 10.51 per cent. In the i Saturday and that there was a split in oouui anu u est me excess nas always l the one at Locke, the alliance element been small, averaging about 2.25 per being about two-thirds majority. The vv"" .mv.v. ui munius ! siraiguioui uemocrais retired io me in 1850 and about 3.50 per cent, in j grove and elected delegates to the 1890, while in the North Atlantic j county convention, the alliancemen States the excess has grown since 1850 1 doin the same. from 13.88 per cent, to 25 31 per cent. CumberlanJ count dwnwra!ic The growth of cities in the North At-: cenvention Saturday was one of the lantic btates accounts for the multipli-, j t erpr heM . the coun, Noth cation of families in one dwelling with- ; but thorough and sound democratic j m their area. 1 he tacts ot this bulle-. doc(rine was ,alked and R gtro drfe. dations thi two boards shall conduct tnf. e Jaf ? ,c" "v gation ot good democrats were elected . tmss to thp firriirps tor inOi vkIuhI States .. r,. . . their operations for the next year, etc. ! ... , , co; , 10 lue rtlale ana congressional conven Reports of business of Sunday-school I ?S20w had ! tions. Great interest was manifested, board on periodicals and that of future I Tft' l ' K'l no Many Predicted a Wran-le' hut the ut" work and plans of Sunday-school I dwM:r fwT U mo,t harmony prevailed. , ... i i j t I dwellings in 1880, with b.03 persons , n . , . . tlIfp . board were submitted in a bunch. Dr. L, j, n- r ijrmi i (jroldsboro Anjus: "If Gov. Holt is my- o j f ,i r -ii , . to a dwelling. Virginia iu 1890 bad : , J . ,. . . Kerford, of the Lomsville theological J 292,654 dwellings, with 5.66 persons be Btt a.S,de' and hw cla,mS Uon StHtyd the.fecT:SSar! to a dwelling. West Virginia had 5.59 i ,e. Party n01" because he is not an $100,000 to meet the contribution of (o R d m c Ncrth Caro. ; all.anceman, or because at some time the Norton family in Louisville had j Hna 5 37 and gouth Carolina 50 n his life he may have thought differ been secured and the building for the j while Massachusett3 bad G.30 and New : ?Von soin? ubhc 'luestIons from lecture room was in the course of con-i y a r -a ATarvlird 1 a! t tbt 1- ' WuHt 13 now taJ popular idea, then IT.. .. tu. : . i J " sn unuu. lie itrpuiicu iiic ciuiuai y iu , be $200,000 bet ran xr&ura 01 Ua t,au: 1KK() vvitliiiX norenn fA made a short talk about the seminary : ft famU Virginia had 304,673 fam-1 Ual abll,ty- snowing mat mere were u per cent. ; -n 18fJ0f avera?e(i 5.44 persons ; Windsor correspondent Norfolk lir more students there than ever before, j tQ a famil Nor(h Carolina) 8ou(h , gfn;an . As to ,he much talk,d of and the number was greater than at any Carolina and Georgia-typical South- thir l party in Bertie county, your br other theological School in the Coun- 'pn ctHtnv.,.HlT,.i1 - 9o rwr. ' resiionilent 15 fif m.Jnb.n tW t n j . iu iuc ii.c;u'juu session me rauc The l1emlera of the Deeming Family. The Italn 11111 Murderer Mtranse Strie. By Cable to the state Chronicle. Melhourse, May 9 The execu tion of Frederick Bailey Deeming, th convicted murderer was to-day set down for May 23. Deeming is kept in irons to keep him from injuring himself and others, for he is at time very savage, while in his best mood ha is forbidding and morose. He is re ported as saying that his mother pre dicted that he would le hanged before he reached the age of 40. With regard to his family history, he states that his father's mind was unhinged, that he was of a very violent temperament and that he died in a lunatic asylum at Birkenhead. His mother he describe as good and kind, but fhe also was con fined in a lunatic asylum until shortly before the prisoner's birth. Hi brother Sam, he also asserts, was like wise confined in a lunatic asylum, but this fact was only known to his other brother Albert. When in England, last year, lhe prisoner declare he vainly endeavored to ascertain the whereabout of his brother Sam. He has a sister who is employed as a housemaid at New Britain, near Liv erpool, and another who is not right in her head. Deeming ha also given information as to some serious family trouble, which he says occurred between 1880 and 1881. Thee stories however are emphatically denied by persons who know the Deem ing family, and say that while never distinguished by jqwcial energy of char acter, its numbers, except Frederick Deeming, were always resectable and clearheaded. Nobody in Melbourne; puts any faith whatever in the mur derer's stories about himself and others, although it is Indieved that the manu script which he is preparing may giv a substantially correct account of the tragedies at Rain Hill and Windsor. ad at the last , , V , C 1 poneu me emmaiy m , Ctn(JU9 2j2 l79 fam;ii,s averaging 5.16 : " , 1 " tter off than it was!,, -,,,, f,m,i. , , :,ri7; qiq natrngany man who has convictions, , , peivons to a family , as against 175,318 : , , , . ,, , . . , . i .amines 111 ioov, vnu u.oo U1 - - li-o nedat a Picnie. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Cincinnati, May 9. Last evening question came up on report of the bom mission board. Dr. Brown said the 1 erkins, f ettigrew, Halt, Power, plac(, of W. B. Jones, the regular l roc. or, 1 ugh, Cuay, It insom, San- chairman. The motion was strenuously o-rs, lawyer, Shcup, Mockbndge, opposed by G. B. Alford a Vest, ilas and oleott 4. Nays: , others, but was carried and Hate, Felton, George, Harris. Mitch- , Mr. Jones Au?ten. Delegates were 11, Morrill, Palmer, Teller, Voorhees then elected by ballot, and the St. urn! Walthall It). The Senate re- : Louis platform endorsed. The chair mimihI conid..-ratiou of the $3,000,-j ir, in and all the delegates elected by appropriation, parsed March this band are third party men. A '. l8'.l, and suspended by the number of democrats withdrew from Prudent, in payment for the j the meeting and held one presided over Choctaw and Chicaavtr Indian lands. ; 1V V. Ii. .Inne. ehuirmnn. and elected callv unanimous in favor of Harri Mr. Dawes continued his argument in j delegates. Which of the two sets j son's renomination. The State con m favor of the penling resolution; j w;n be recognized; those in favor ol j vention and every district convention tl.ere was no sullicient ground for with- the St. Louis platform, or the regular j except the sixth, which will not meet holding the execution ot the law mak- democratic delegates appointed by a I until Tuesday, have passed ringing the appropriation. Atter lurth sons to a family. Maine, New Hamp- fallen to pieces. The various primary shire and Vermont, on the other hand, conventions in lhe county have been averaged but. 4 3fi nersnns to a fam. ! held and no third nartvism showed it. negroes were going to the dogs and ; ily In nQne of the North Atlantic ; self. Bertie is to be congratulated biamed the church for the fact. Dr. S'tate8the ea9Urn and middle kState8 U)0I1 the wisdom of its citizens in not Hawthorne denounced Dr. Brown as , nonb of Daiawaredoe9 the average : being led from the true paths of democ a Kicker, io oring uuscoru mio me ; fnrn:iv number over 4 .; nPT.aona lt ' tm.-v bv the would-be. nnlitical leaders. is in the South Atlantic and South There is to-day more harmony and Central States that the average family ! brotherly feeling amongst the alliance is largest. The increase of the num-: and non-alliancj than has been for convention. Slavery Christianized ne groes who had come here as barbarians. The debate continued for sometime and aroused much feeling. A rkniiMK llepu MicaiiN Favor llarrinon By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Little Rock, Ark., May 9. The republicans of Arkansas are practi- AViiiNton-Salem Note. Staff Cor. of State Chronicle. Winston, N. C, May 9. The more I see ot this town the greater seems the appropriateness of the ap pellation "hustling." Dafis school, un der the competent control of Col. A. C. Davis, is one of the features of the city; the location is excellent and the grounds are beautiful, much having been rapidly accomplished in this di rection. The recent annual games were very entertaining ber of families since 1880 has been 2,744,236, or 27.59 per cent. From i 1850 to 1860 the increase was 44.82 ! per cent. Families have increased in number faster than dwellings. In Rhode Island there, are 124,510 more families than dwellings over one-third of the total number of families. In some time. At the Macon county democratic convention a resolution was adopted as follows: "That we reaffirm our allegi ance, to the democratic party, and pledge it our hearty support, and that we endorse the platform ot the demo- -tao. nariv as ailontfd in f ha Vjifinnal New lork there are 412,422 more i convention of 1888 .and the State con. families than dwellings 46 per cent. ; yention of 1890 m The following were of the whole number. elected delegates to the State conven- The sizes ot the several cities of the . f-,. n n T)aniel. J. S. Sloan. K. ! Un.ion whL th.e lSf te.of dependence j En Geo- D Garlandt Jobn L. Cor- anu comion in wmcu meir cuizens ; u K B Klmoref IL M. Bascom, J. i .. l . - a I . i . 1 . . - - - - . . . -m m m . ! tJ "U- me appropriation, ivuer iurtuer ! meeting presided over by the regularly ; resolutions indorsing the administra- in & parts of the city and many dwell- i1Urion me resolution was pa.st.eu appointed democratic chairman, all ot tion and instructing tne delegates to i ns are bei Stranrrers e.verv dav come here, look I live m7 b gathered from the census , Hj.,, nn,nn it n riei.. W. over the town and decide to locate and I enumeration of the dwellings in each, j A Curtis C w siale, W. J. Jenk- ' 111 it 1,' 1 ' O engage in business. Houses are great demand; carpenters are at work nnmnorAfl tu rnra ril v U7itn it a rivulc in these capital points. Baltimore j'hs 4,j, nays lo. .lr. Dolph, ao- whom are opposed to the formation of i vote for Harrison's re-nomination. rlirir to notice, culled im t lit bill to ., l .... ...i..t;.-.., r.l'il. f i - - r "i - - si iiiii u Jjrtltjf V i i. . i V auu'uuti . i . jvt ; ...... . 1 . make crimes against foreign citizens of Louis platform? n": i, nueu niaies punisnauie in me I'nited States courts, concurrently with the State courts, according to the Hy Telegraph to the State Chronicle. .. T O TcrriMe Torture ot" liinese Rebels. An American Monte Carlo. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. ! New York, May 9 M. P. Phil lips, who, in behalf of a syndicate of unities prescribed by the laws of San t uancisco, Ual., May J capitalists, visitea trance in oraer io several States; moved to refer : Shanghai newspapers contain an ac- study the gambling rooms at Monte it to the iiirii':arv eommittee : count of horrible tortures inflicted upon Carlo, returned yesterday. It is the lllalc:ar,. i j i ... Mr. I Inle. concurred with Mr. Harris. , Chinese accomplices ot Mason in bis Mr. Morgan sarcastically said that the ' foolish rebellion against the govern In w eommittee of the Senate was un-i nient. The representatives of all the 'lonbtedly composed of the greatest i foreign governments Lave protested lawyers in the world, and only a few ! against these atrocities. The victims scattering fragments of lawyers had I were only hired by Mason and did not '"'"id their way into the committee on ' realize their crime or punishment. The foreign relations. He instanced the Italian incident in New Orleans, as Minting the necessity for the law and "H,d he saw no grounds for the "wild "I'l'n Legions of the denial of State's r.'lita," vi hich some Senators seemed lers and arms of three of them were broken. Pap. r was burned in their faces until the skin fell off to make them confess. They were hung up by the thumbs und whipped and allowed to bans: until unconscious. Other cruel '"'iiteruin. Pending the discussion ! punishments were visited on them and ilie Senate at 5:25 went into execu-! death resulted in many casts. session jiml iil lonrnen. syndicate's purpose to get permission to open a resort similar to Monte Carlo at one of the American pleasure resorts. . Washington Republican Convention. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Olympia., Washington, May 9 There are no delegates at large from this State, lhe delegation is not in structed. Two of the eight are possi b'y for Harrison, but all are for Blaine if he will accept. Five are openly for Lincoln and one for Alger. ing and Geo. A. Jones. The A t torii--.-ii-raltlil. I tn vie Touch. The name of Mr. Kd. ChamiH-r Smith will We presented to the State democratic convention for the nomi nation of attorney-general. We think the democracy of North Carolina could not do better than give the nomination to Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith H the son of ex-chief justic Smith, and he has been serving tii democratic party most faithfully dur ing the past few "yean as chairman of the State democratic executive com mittee giving his time and spending his money for the success of the party. He has discharged the resjxinsible du ties of that office most acceptably, faithfully and ably, and he i.4 now en titled to recognition by the people wham be has served. All democrat know full well how ably he managed the campaign of two years ago, and what a signal victory we won as a re sult, and now we should reward Mr. Smith in some way for his wrvices, and this we could not do better than by tendering to him the democratic nomination for attorney -general. He i aa able lawyer, well qualified for the place, a true blue, hard work ing and zealous democrat, ready at any time to give his time and apend hi oney for the success of the party, an excellent joliticin, as tke result of the campaign of two years ago well proves, a true friead of the eople of all clasps and a most pleasant and congenial gentleman, and he is entitled to receive the highest consideration j and warmest commendation from th figures citiks. live h'H sK Ol" UM'CLSIiNTaTlVhS. After th,. transaction of routine business the regular order was pro :wld with, this being the disposition ' tl! river and harbor bill, which was jnl.red to the third reading on Satur-'lav- 1 he previous question was de ,nH!,,1,,, h Mr. Blanchard on the bill hin, -mhnents. Mr.- Holman then "jvh1 to recommit the bill to the com-nnt.-e, with instructions to report it omitting the ten clauses pro- o T? .f-r-'Iltraet work to tne extent u -f',747,U)) in excess of the ap nations ra.rriel by the bill. Re- EZarrinN Vdiniiiii-trationCoiidciniied By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Causon, Nev., May 9 The repub lican State convention condemned the administration of President Harrison and the delegation to Minneapolis is pledge d to fiirht for free coinage. The delegation is instructed for no one. Ncbratdia He publican. By Telegraph t 'tie Slate '"hronlcle. Lincoln, Neb., May 9. The re publican Slate convention instructed the four delegates at lu-ge from Ne braska to support Harrison for re nomination, and two of the five district conventions did the same. Johnston County Convention. Special to the State Chronicle. Smitiifield, N. C, May 9. A grand democratic convention met here ! to-day. The third party was denounced on all sides. Johnston is safe for a big democratic majority. Delegates are nearly solid for Holt. Great harmony prevailed. Death of Prominent Foreigner. By Cable to the State Chronicle. Vienna, May 9. Herr Barossy Bellus, Hungarian minister of com merce, is dead. London, May 9. The Right Hon. George M. Welsher, Lord Bramwell, died to-day. being rapidly erected. The Zinzendorf, the superb hotel j here, of which Mr. E. A. Boswell, of New York, is manager, is a model. On entering you are at once impressed with the air of comfort and luxury j which pervades the establishment. There are one hundred and twenty-two I bed-rooms, four reception rooms, two , large and handsomely furnished par- i lors, two billiard rooms, forty bath-1 ialo' rooms, and a dining-room with a ca-! Philadelphia pacity of 150. The elevator running ' from bottom floor to top is notably convdnient. Every department of the hotel is handsomely furnished and all in modern style electriG lights, speak ing tubes, steam heating, etc. Elec tric cars run right to the door. All the help employed will be white. This handsome hotel will be onened to- ! savannah. j u i! ii 1 "oriollf,a., day. 11.13.11. I Aouta, Ga., I Imlutb, , Mobile, Alleghany County Convention. , Chattanooga, Birmingham, Ala., The dem j people. Durham county convention met Sat- Of all the nam-s mentioned for the 1890 had 72.112 dwellings. 86.654 ! nrday and the following delegates to t nomination there are none that hav families, 6.02 persons to a dwelling 1 the State convention was chosen: J. II. greater claims upon the party for the piace man uiai i'i r,iiiu vuaiuuci and 5.01 persons to a family. Our ; Shipp, W. W. Fuller, E. J. Parrish, leadiDer cities present the following-1 Lockhart, T. L. Peay, J. R. 01 0 i 1 11 t l ; X niacKweii, o. r. iuanning, km. jv. i Barker, A. G. Mangum, A. C. Roberts, 0 Brooklyn, St. Louis, Bosion, Baltimore, Sau Francisco, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Washington, Minneapolis, Omaha, Denver, Richmond, Va., Charleston, S3. C. Atlanta, Special Cor. State Chronicle. Sparta, N. C, May 6 XI.K-H :n2,7tiH 1-7.871 '2Ji,:-,0 1S7,UV2 2o5,l: SJ.-JK-' 17ii,!C0 i7 Hl.T.Vi oJ.titJ'J S,7i 72,1 12 Mi,.i.4 47,11 .W.'WIT :t,4s7 ti:i,W 4o.j0 4s,.s-j :s,7S i:i,'i7 ai.lftl 22,lS;"i ls.oiu l'J,7l 1J..SSS l.i,tJ7S S.1M ll.l'.Hi 11.417 5,s.")7 i.7i:o l,u"i-. ti,"-17 5.47 4,7K2 13,:i.i M.U.-W 7,: 7.-i7 4.S11 (i.lsf) c a c 5t "3 1S.52 K.tKI ti.W '.l.SI 7.11 s.r H.ir2 S.S7 5.t;:j 5.W o.'Jl ! (j.7:J 5.7 5.W 4 ! 8. J 7 o.l I 5.:ii) 5.47 .4 M Virginia Ieerado. By Te'.mraph to the State i "hronlcle. Ih:sTiNiTON, W. Va.. May 9. Jim Foster, a notorious desperado of McDowell county, got drunk on Sat- ....Inn . r. .1 t . f. ...1 Vita j t li r nfr c5 j J. T. Nichols, and R. G. Latta. They S3 I were uninstructed as to the national or I j State candidates, but a correspocd C j ent ascertained that of the numbtr ap- 44 ! pointed six were for Cleveland, three Smith and we tru-t that the people will see that he jets it. 4 n ' f ti 11 J , Vrt urday and attacked his father. Mr. for Hill, and three non-committal. Hit J . ,, . :,,,r,,,i j u . , .' . ... , T r, c ! Brown, a neighlx.r, interfered and 4 72 delegation is solid for J. S. Carr lor . , , , , e.. , , . 4rj r , , , 1. 1 . r t roster knocked him down and tat r, mi governor, should be be a candidate tor 1 . . . . . ... . rP, . - ", ! 6 . r .1 . his brains out with a stone. lh-n Le 'fi nomination before the State con vtn-1 ., . , , . . c . , j . fatally stabbed Ln father and escaped. Foster has killed two men before thi. 4 7 ! tion. 4.'.s ! A most harmonious convention was am served several terms in the jteni 'iilheld by the democrats in Gaston j tentiarv. He will be lynch'd if r., I" o.iij county Saturday, htate alliance lectu 4.h j rer Bell was allowed to address the 4.7s j convention for forty minutes. His ' speech was roundly applauded and as 1 a democratic-alliance speech was all 4.74 1 that the most extreme democrat could 4M have asked of an allianceman. It had caught. The (.rand Jury Palled lo Kre. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Wheklino, W. Va., May 9.--At a late hour last night the juiy in th case of Dr. George J. Garrison, who hot Dr. George Baird in a street duel i V rf-.l L. StTYXx fT.ft T rur-f i cent, j ions were tor Carr 2., Ho. , 6(.n,Htiori. reoorted that no occupy i 23, S.nderlin 14; for attorney general . mt; cw& be reached. Thi, i ns or , 1-. l. Unorne, unanimous wud enmu-, - . . . . f. r4,ult:ni, :n liiv pvuii'i kiiBM - r "Ww Vorks mod a of Ufrt 5 a wdl In- i ocratic convention of Alleghany county ; dicated by the fact that 83.5 pei ill. ti. m j -r ! J was nem in oparia uu xonuay, iay of New York's population xnr. uimy,, uw p1-dwellings containing 11 perst n I lion rx one! n rTk Q 1 1 1 Sin Ot nPtilAPTnta t i r ' C. f II TT t r". J i over' tlie-ie dwellir' ljein! a0Ut nan siasm; lor congress, t . n. iower, ; f d . h d d taking part as usual. The following j the whole number of dwellings in that ! unanimous with great enthusiasm. The . a TerU1CT OI n,uru r were selected as delegates to the State j cityi Kut 26.45 percent, of New delegations contain some alliancemen, convention: P. C. Higgins, Morgan ! York's population live in houses con- j but all are etraight democrats. The j on the Hall Field. Edwards, R. H. Gentry, II. F. Jones, J tAnn from 2 to 6 persons only. On ! swoop and capture game didn't work s By Telegraph to the state chronicle. J. M. Casson, W. C. Fields, R. A. 1 the oter handt but 14.14 per cent, of , in Gaston primaries', though it will be! Washington, May 3. Result of Doughton, J. R. Wyatt, Z. L. Osborn, j Baitiracre's population live in houses ! remembered this is one of the alliance to-day's baseball games: At Pittsburg: Dr. E. Reeves and W. E Cox. No OM,,imvfi hv 1 1 r,(ms and over, these Utroneholds of the State. The democ- 1 Pittsburg 4, New York 3; at Cleve- instructions ot any kind were given. 1 .iii:-,,, tlf.;n 5 89 nf.r nt. cf this racv cf the .-ountv never seemed in : land: Cleveland .", Boston 3; Chicago- . o--r ' . , . , "' , ; n 1 city's whole number of dwellings. As ; stronger condition. So simple vet always efficacious in all ; J - , e 1 1 t ; .1 1 bilious disorders is Simmons Liver Re-! many as 62.22 per cent, of our people j showing themselves, ThA lstmen are! BrcKklyn. St. Louis-Philadelphia, Cin- .- .. . . . 1 not for contention cinnati-Baltimore gamts poaiponeu oy gulator. live in houses containing from 2 to 6 jbut for simple business. ; rain.