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The faculty is au exceptionally strong one. holding diplomas from such schools as the University of Virginia, the Saureur CommiwMioiier Ford Gives Roud Sum of $10,000 Other Coal Creek News. By Telegraph, to the State Chronicle. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 22 Twenty- three men supposed to be in svmnathv j i j with the most notorious of the miners were arrested near Coal Creek today and locked up. Several of them are suspected of holding up the mail train between Clinton and Coal Creek last Thursday night. One of the men who is wanted is L. A. Roescher, a German who for the past year has conducted a shooting gal lery on the creek. lie is a practiced sharp shooter and last week went to a high point overlooking fort Anderson and errected himself a small barricade From behind this he kept up a constant hrc and it is believed that he killed pn vate Smitn. Proof sufficient to show that he was an anarchist of pronouced views, has been discovered. He has been very active among the miners since his arrival at Coal Creek and many be lieve that he has directed in person the attempts of property and human life re cently made in that vicinity. All the leaders prominent in the labor troubles of the past eighteen months, save Lind say, are absent from Coal Creek on what will prove to be an extended vacation and the deluded miners and citizens who were led into open rebellion against the State are left to suffer all the penalties. Geo. E. Irish, well known in Coal Creek, who has been known and recognized for months as a leader and advisor of the miners, is in demand. This morning the Knox county officials were given authority to arrest Irish at once. He was arrested at Lyonsville by deputy sheriff Hall. Chas. T. Alleman, assistant mine inspector for the State, is wanted at Coal Creek by military officials. He is charged with having acted in concert with the miners for months and has aided labor commissioner Ford in keeping the miners posted in all the movements of the State military forces and civil authorities. Alleman went to Coal Creek last Thursday but has not been seen there since early that af ternoon. This morning certain men who had authority to arrest Alleman arrived in this city. They secured at once the aid of the local authorities and a thorough search is now being made for the man. Commissioner Ford gave bond to day ineum of $10,000. He was re leased by Uen. Carnes and is now at his residence in this city. The latest sensa tion at Coal Creek is that mine are to be smoked in order to drive out tne min ers who are supposed to be hiding in ths bowels of the earth. Sensational Episode In Which a Lawless Miner Figures to Ills Sorrow. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Knoxville, Tenn., August 22. A sensational episode occurred last night at Coal Creek. The leader of the most daring, most lawless and most trouble some body of miners was Bud Lindsay. To his machinations has been due much of the turbulence on the creek WILL CANADA BACK PRESIDENT HARRISON'S PROCLA MATION CREATES A STIR. made himself so obnoxious to the more conservative miners and to citizens not in sympathy with the rioting, that he had been a marked figure and only his keeping within safe distance of tha military since his capture and generally between four walls, has prevented his being killed. For several nights he was confined in an old mine and the mouth guarded by a larga squad of soldiers. Affairs during, the day have been so quiet, the submission of the miners so general, that watch was somewhat re- Work on the New Canadian Canal AV111 be Pressed Night aiid Day. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Ottawa, August 22. President Har- He has ri80n-'8 proclamation against Canada is the sole topic of conversation here. The move was unexpected and will likely ne cessitate the early meeting of the cabi net. Will Canada back down? That is the question every body ja asking. Al though no official opinion can be learned in the absence of various officials there was a general imp:-ssion that the gov ernment having taken action by declin ing to abolish thai rebate of the canal tolls until the end of the session laxed and Lindsay had lost some of his wlU not humiliate Itself by a complete fear and wandered more widelv within back-down. Unsuccessful in reciprocity the enclosure. Last iiiu-ht in Rome wav negotiations at Washington, it will be that no one seems to understand four unwilling to adopt any course which citizens managed to seize and wuld a? sist the republicans in the pres silence Trim and in the dusk slip ped him between the pickets He was hurried up the valley towards Briceville and the mob which gained force almost at every step, hurried him laentiai campaign. Work on tne new Canadian canal at the Soo will be pressed forward day and night, and but a year will elapse before it can be completed. The newspapers are seriously urging the forward, fearing alarm and pursuit by government to pay , the canal tolls for vessels passing inrougn Many are also agitating of reprisals in Welland the soldiers. The journey was not ended until he reached Briceville, the scene of the labor troubles last year and the homes of the more conservative class of miners was reached. . Once there a rope was secured and placed around his neck. His true character - was soon teen. Though considered a desperate man and although he has at least a dozen murders to his account, he broke down and begged for his life with all possi ble fervor. His pleadings and laT mentations were effective. He was the Canadian the Soo canal, for' a policy canal. A Union In Which There Is Strength. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 22.- -Representative southern men, residents of this city perfected to night a Cleveland and Ste venson campaign club. m. P. Thomp son was chosen president. The vice-pres idents elected 100. Prominent among them being J. II. Inman. Hugh Garden, Judge It. A. Vanwyck, Judge Jos. Daly, Rev. C. F. Deems, Judge Roger A. Pry or, Col. Robt. G. Monroe and Dr. Nor vin Green. A statement of principles and ti e object in forming the club was read. The burden of the document was that the republican party by its advocacy of the force bill was a menace to the liberties of the people and an imminent danger to the South; that it was ad vocated by them on the pretense of pro tecting the sanctity of the ballot and Southern outrages were made a pretext for placing the machinery of elections in the hands of the national govern ment. Speeches were made by Dr. G. T. Harrison, who dwelt on the tariff and the force bilLand G. Gordon Battle. The fol lowing resolution was adopted: Re solve, That the executive committee ap pointed by the mass-meeting of Southern democrats shall at the earliest possible period consistant with their duties issue an address to the people both of the JSorth and South that will fully represent the true position that has so long been manifested by their repre aentatives in the .North. WITHOUT WAltXIXU THE TYPHOON. LANDSLIDE AND EARTHQUAKE VISIT JAPAN. Clearly and Gen. Steveuson at the Iloll'iiian House. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 22. General Adlai E. Stevenson received a number of callers at the Hoffman house today where he is stopping. The general and Don M. Dickinson were elected members of the sub-committee to look after the west. Mr. Dickinson, who has been ill at his brother's cattage at Bay Ridge, returned to this city today. An address signed by Carl Schurz, Oswald Ottendorfer, Wm. Steinway, Louis Windmuller and Gustave H. Schwatz, was today is sued to the German American voters urging them to aid in securing the elec tion of Grover Cleveland. Governor Flower Explains. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Wate'rtown, N. Y., August 22. In an interview with a representative of the United Press, Governor Flower said in reference to the criticisms that have Deen maae in nis action in sending so many troops to the' scene of the strikers. rWhen the proper authorities at Buffa- promised life upon the solemn loinform6d me that $he 2000 militia men promise that to-day he will turn State's of the Ideality were frying to protect a evidence and reveal the names and plans territory so vast thai? it was necessary of all the leaders, tell how the mob was to place every man ii constant danger raised, the nature of the oath, the names J and when they askedifor more troops to of the miners known to 1 have killed lessen this danerer to "iife. as well as to soldiers or guards, in short to reveal to protect property the State could do no less the civil authorities all of the lawlessness than send enough troops to prevent all that has reigned and this he has agreed possibility of a riot aod bloodshed. It to testify in court. When all this was was dria to the striker as well as to the promised the rope was taken from hi militiamen and the owners of the pro- neck and he was returned to the camp pertv involved that we gave ample pro- for safe keeping. It is now believed tectioff to all, for the stnfers are not the that with his testimony twenty or thirty ones from whom serious trouble is feared. leaders can be successfully tried for That comes from the lawless element murder and convicted. 'the hansrers on' who invariablv gather at such places and find pleasure and pro- Much Need R. R. to be Constructed. fit jn stirring up strike and causing liy leigrapn io me feiate inronicie. wreck and ruin jQ & dt Uke Buffalo Philadelphia, Aug. 22. lhe Penn- this element numbers many thousands." syivania ranroau company win iu a jew days begin the construction of a single line of railroad from Washington, D. C. to Rosslyn, Va. The road will be six miles long and will pass directly by the National cemetery at Arlington. For many years the officials of the Pennsyl vania company have been requested to construct a road from Washington to the National cemetery and a number of surveys have been made. As the mate rial is now all on the ground the work will -be pushed rapidly to completion and it is thought before the winter is over the road will be open for travel. Besides passing this histori cal spot it will run to Rosslyn which is a suburb of Washington in which there are a number of handsome dwellings and the only means of access to them is by carriages. The Pennsylvania railroad company will in the near future con struct a line from Washington to Mt. Vernon, the resting place of George Washington. Gov. McKlnley's Movements. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 22. Governor McKinley left early this afternoon for Seabright. N. J., where he intends to rest for a few days, He will then go to Vermont and Maine. On August 150 he will make a speech in Vermont and on September 5th and 6th he will make two speeches in Maine. Gov ernor McKinley before he left the city said with regard to Ohio that the majority for Harrison would hi much greater in his opinion than that given for the republican national ticket in 1888. "The situation in Ohio," said he, is as favorable as we have any right to expect. The question with us, of all other questions, is the tariff. Our people accept the democratic national platform as a demand for free trade, pure nnd simple. In Ohio we are not prepared for free trade. As long as the demo crats conduct their campaign on the free trade issues, they must expect an over whelming verdict against them in Ohio." No Details HeceiwU. but Larf I.ooh of Lift Property. By Telegraph to the state Chronicle. . I . . . - . cas ikamim u, August i. ' ue Oriental steamship. Gaetic. which arri ved yesterday brings details of enor mous loss of life by a typhoon land slide and earthquake in Japan. The typhoon raged three days at Tokushina, and the town was flooded. One hundred and fifty people were drowned, two thousand houses swept away and twenty thousand houses submerged. Twenty live thous and people are being fed by the govern ment. In Akoagun, three hundred peo ple were drowned and three thousand J 11? w , ... uweiungs swept away. Liana elides on . : i - . v . .,, , a iuuuui&in biue in uiurncra nuea hi river and converted a valley into a huge lake. No details have been re- ceivea Dut tne people naa no warning ana many lives must have been lost. Near Tokushima a great fissure opened in the earth at the base or Hogi moun a ' J li j i -i ituus aim swaiiowea up uouses ana h nunarea peopio. uumoiing noises were heard for a day before the disaster. The noises sua continue ana me people nave nea to me nius. rrom Ukuyain come reports of disastrous Hoods. Over 5,000 houses were submerged and 100 people arowned. A Classical ana Commercial School OF HICH CRAOE. Ek-pant Buil.linps and thorough Equipments, i-aiye patronage from all th Kmthcra "Mates. Ilcamiful and healthful ituanu in yu w of the mountains. Over 300 Students last year. I-Trini Reasonable. Summer School (Bari!i Collere Course) cpefl June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. Tor Illuntrated Catalogue, addres, J. A. & M. H. HOLT, MM., OAK R1DCE. N. C, jy-W2-i7t. NOTICE. Strike at Ruflalo Considered a Thins of the past. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York. Aucust 22 A dispatch iv bool of IanuaRes, the Cooper I niver- -wa8 received this morning by General suy ait fecnooioi jsew xorK, tne Jmia-1 p.;kt . Ti,;io,ii;o nh a onservatorv and the Roval Conser- """""l"1 vatoryof Berlin. Chartres Der session (of 40 weeks) Board. full literary ourse, Free Hand Drawing and Physical Culture, etc-, $170. jyl- D&W-tf TYPEWRITERS. freight of any description for all points, Mr. Klace saia tne lteaamg was now handling its freight without any difficulty. Orders to receive all freight have been issued from the Lake Erie railroad headquarters. At their office it was said this moraine: that the strike Little Chill Always Ready. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 22. A special cablegram to the Herald from its Valpa raiso correspondent says there is a possi bility of trouble between Peru and Chili arising from the protocot between France and Chili. The offensive tone of the Pe ruvian press and the hostile talk in the Peruvian Congress have caused much comment here. If it is true, as it it freely rumored, that a secret treaty against Chili has been entered into between Ar- A Good Opinion Well Expressed. By Cable to the State Chronicle. j London, August 22. The Daily News, commenting ou the American strikers strongly denounces what is termed the "barbarous and treacherous" methods of the strikers, especially the miners. It says: "These men are not entitled to the name 'strikers' in its ordinary sense. They are not even insurgents, who re spect the ordinary laws of war. They are destroyers of life and property. No wonder that public feeling throughout America is aroused to a great degree against these desperadoes and bearing the circumstances in mind, we must make due allowance for the substance and tone of Governor Buchanan's proclamation. We do not desire to see the rioters lynched, but it will be an evil day for democracy if such acts of brutality es cape just punishment." The Dread Disease Unchecked. By Cable to the State Chronicle. St. Petrsbtjrg, August 22. The official report issued this morning shows an increase yesterday of 381 new cases and of 286 deaths from cholera af com pared with Saturday's figures. The total number of new cases of cholera reported yesterday was 6,891, and 3,313 deaths, Teiieran, August 22. In Tabriz the number of deaths from cholera has fallen to sixty daily. The plague rages severely in Teheran. The" vice governor and his wife died today. The deaths number from 800 to 900 daily. At Tabriz the Darlns Train Robber Shot. By Telegraph to the State Chouicle. New OrleanscLa., August 22 A special from Franklinton savs that Eu- geue Bunch, the notorious outlaw and train robber was shot and killed near that place by a possee early yesterday morning. Detective Jackson, of the southern express companv nas been on Bunchs trial for the last three months Several days ago two of his gang, were captured. Bunch and another of the erans. Colonel Hapsrood were surround ed in a dense swamp near Honey Island on the Pearl River, Bunch, who had sworn never to be taken alive showed fight and was riddled with bullets. He died game and fired three shots at the possee, none of which took effect. Hapgood surrendered and was quickly made a captive. The rewards outstanding for Bunch's capture dead or alive, aggrega ted $8,000. Hapgood is also wanted in Mississippi for the murder of a man named Terrell. He will be tried on this charge first. THE NEW DEPOT. Thousands of People Visited It Sun day. The opening of the new depot was a pronounced success. The first train to leave was at 7 o'clock, a. m., via. Dur ham and Clarksville. J. "VV. Cable was conductor and J. W. Ripnev enirineer. The first ticket was purchased by Mr. C. B. Edwards and was to Oxford. Early as was the hour, at least 400 people were at the station to see the train depart. During the day (the ticket agent's esti mate) 4,000 people visited the station 1 here was almost a crush in the after noon, as the trains came and went. Every thing passed off well and there was ex cellent order kept. Mr. R. E. L. Bunch, baggage-master, is in charge of the build ing. Air. J. 11. Royster is his assistant, John Jones is door-keeper, and Nancy Iredell is the maid at the ladies' waiting room. The well arranged ticket otrice is occupied by Mr. R. K. Williams for the Richmond & Danville and Mr. T. H. Murray for the Seaboard Air-Line. Their office will be refurnished throughout, The patent ticket cases, which are very handsome and convenient, will be here in a few days. Mr. Murray will also have charge of the Seaboard Air-Line tele graph wire for the present, and that wire is now in the ticket office. The R. it D. wire is in its proper offiee and Mr. Cary Oliver will be in charge of it. The houth era Express Company will have new trucks for use at the 6tation. It has a very convenient omce and storage room. All the people who are on duty at the new station like it very much Everything is convenient, airy, well lighted and comfortable. Rrteham Youns, Jr., Active in Europe. By Cable to the State Chronicle. London, August 23. There is a move ment among the Dissenters to put a stop to Mormon recruiting in England. A Baptist minister states that Brigham Young, Jr., who is an European apostle of the Morman Church, sends five hun dred converts to Utah annually. The greater part of these converts, he says, are English. The Mormans are very active in north London and are said to have made many converts. A petition was recently presented to the London Headquarters for the world; all makes; don't I AY manufacturer's exorbitant prices; we ship anywhere, giving thorough examination before accepting; absolutely first-class condition guaranteed; positively all makes at about or less than half price; exchanging a specialty; instruments rent ed anywhere; largest stock in the world; two entire floors devoted exclusively to typewriters; see commercial rating for our responsibility; illustrated catalogues and Hjieclmens free. TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS, 31 Broadway New York, 186 Monroe St, Chicago. ap3 it was saiu mis morning mac me sixiK.e vjnui nas ueeu eutereu miu uetweeu ai- cnj. iiu , , .v, at- Cr.mo ;n ftti, at Buffalo was to them a thing of the gentine and Peru, this country, while not Mollahs, whose influence over the popu- county "US J. J t P rrfed on" Growth much o ! it a Aim ki 'in i v incifc lnro is verv nnwerfnl nrearhpd to the , mon propagandism which is carried on I growth much OI The Drought Doing ireat Damage. The 20th Weekly Weather Crop Bulle tin issued by the North Carolina State Weather Service for the week ending yes terday, says: Serious drought continues to prevail over this State, no rain having fallen at many places for from three to five weeks. A drought during August of such long duration has not occurred during the past twenty years. The average rainfall for August is 1.52 inches a week; while this week the average is almost zro, the only rains reported lv ing0.12 inch at Raleigh and 0.49 inch at Hoose Cove. Hot sunshine during the day and cool nights have increased the damage to crops. All vegetation is now suffering from lack of rain. Cotton is holding up best, but is beginning to shed rapidly, some is wilting and the lower leaves turning yellow. Corn is matured in in others while it has a good N'kth Cauomna. I Notie of nunimoiii aud W uk tV't'MV. wa'rautof attach a cut. W. A. Myatt v Jut I. Page. The defendant almvo tianx-d will take notice that on tho bth day ! AnKUnt, isaa, Mimtuoim in tii above entitled action aud a warrant of attachment were ii-iied by W. D. Haywood. J. V., agaioxt the defendant alwve named and his proicrty in tLe county ot Wake, Ktato of North Carolina. The purpose of the action in to recover of defendant the amouct due the rlaintilT !v the defendant on two notM given by nim in Np temher, 1H7'J, the amount oeing'1142.40, with S per cent intercut on flOit thcnn.f from Scp temter 1. WJ, and on f 12 10 thereof from December 21. ltH5. The aid actum will 1 heard by aid Jucticc at bin office in the city Of Kaleigh on TtMeday the 27th day of Hep teniber, li9'2, at l i o'clock ir. heu aud wh re f.nd Knnimotiri and warrantor attachment will le returned, and the ih ferdant ii required to appear ami a newer cr demur tothocomrlaiut ol the-; Iniutifl'or the reliet demanded will l given l Ins Anuo' 1. iv.ii. anll-oaw-tiW V 1. II AY WOOD. J. P. VOTICE. Books of Mihseription to the capital stock of the Caoe Fear and Northern HallroadCompHiiy to the amount of 10.(Kjo will te opened at li o'cbick m. on the 'J-Jd day of August, lyrj, Ht the store housw' of Alford Ac Hoit in Holly 'prints, Wake couiitv, Nrth Carolina. in accordance with chapter 4v-i. laws of lsyj, which is the charter of paid cortora tion; eaid liooks will remain open for ten :ayH from rhvi elate, or until the whole amount ot f Mum) tie pui scri:l, the name be earlier .subscribed G B ALKORD. and other incoriorators. August 10, isyj.-lot. CHOWAN BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE, MURFUKESBORO, N. C. This InstitnMon offers superior advan tages in Literature, hkdence, Kloctitloii, Music, Art, Stenoirraphy and Typewriting. So far as possible each department ii placed under the care of a hieclaliist. The health is unt-nrpashetl. During the pat session the average 'f nied'eal bills wax thirteen cents. With a most Imposing building, located in the iiiidt of grounds of remarkable leauty, the situation i.soue of great attrac tiveness t-harires are m ule as reasonable ax the claws of work don i wille allow. The Kail session begins on Wednesday, St-ptember .'th. r or catalogue or additional informa tion, address JOHN 15. HKBWEK, jylSttf Prefcideut past and they anticipated no more culty. STOP NOW hi BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE 1 A flatter ot Speculation. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Buffalo, N. Y., August 22. Just when the troops are to be ordered home is a matter of speculation. General Porter says he will not order them home until he is satisfied they are not longer needed, Sheriff Back thinks it is safe to withdraw some of them now. From all he can see and learn, he thinks the backbone of the trouble is broken. Mavor Bishop thinks differently. He says the troops are still needed. seeking trouble, will not brook insult and lace is very powerful, preached to the is ready to meet them. Minister of for- people that the outbreak of cholera was eijjn affairs, Errazuric, has telegraphed due to the sale of alcoholic liquors. The to the Chilian minister to I'eru to state moo lunuwnu scl auuut piuuuenug me the terms of the offensive nrotocot to the liquor shops. The disturbances were I Jl 'it. V ll government of that conntry, and assure suppresseu wun mucn uimcuuy . . .1? - 1 JJ Al J3 it mat notning is lnteuueu in me uocu principally through open air meetings. The council considered the meeting and finally refused to stop the outdoor meetings. HO-I THE SDAL COLD CUKE 1T1TUTS, AT RALEIGH, K. C. Is now open for the treatment of Liquor, Opiuia, Morphine or Tobacco Habit. Cure (JUAUANiKEo in three weeks. TheSafest, Surest and Best. PRICE soo. Hoard and Room $5 Per Week. Tobacco Habit Cure only 15. N. 11. HROL'OFITON. I DR. J. II. BAKER. President, Address. , l'.KDAL GOLD jy22 tf Knights Hold the Day. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Kansas City, Mo., August 22. The Knights of Pythias have taken the city by storm, and the streets, hotels, board ing houses and the tents at the camp are like crowded with members of the order. As fast as they arrive the brigades imme diatelv go into camp, lo-dayis recep tion day for the uniform rank. The sessions of the supreme council which is the supreme legislature of the Knights of Pythias of the world, commenced to-day, and will continue tor two weeks, uon siderable legislation of the greatest ira - portance to the order is to be considered ment to reflect in any way on the dignity and sovereignty of Peru. Outlook Discouraging to Strikers. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 22. In all the yards today there is increased activity and engines and trains are passing to and fro under military guard without mter ruution and with but little delay. New men are constantly being added to the forces in the different yards and they are rapidly becoming better acquainted with their duties. The strikers have not lost heart yet, though the outlook is discourg ing. They are still confident that assist ance will come to them in their dilemma and that the kindred organizations will not let them be downed in this fight without any attempt being made to save them. The Father and Uncle Complicated. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Winston, N. C, August 22. The uncle and father of Frank G. Grogan who is suspected of the murder of C. is barren. Late corn especially is being seriously damaged by dry weather. Some farmers are cutting for fodder. Tobacco is fair. Curing is going on in both central and western dis tricts. The damage by drought is con siderable. In some places tobacco is ripening too fast. The color is good but leaves light and small. No preparation of wheat land can be made on account of the dry baked condition of the soiL Seed Valuable Property For Sale. Having obtained an order of court Uif-ell publicly any portion of the real estate of Mary A- Morehead. deceased, this ia to give notice to any who may desire to pur chase any of said real estaU; to apply to lie undersigned. It a suliicient oiler is made to Justify the placing of any of said real estate upon the market the same will be done after due advertisement ot the time and place of sale. J NO. T. I'U I.IjEX, Jel4-tf Admr. c. t. a. Deed of a Daring Burglar. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Charleston, W. Va., August 22. Af nhnnf 11 -30 nVlorlc SatnrHnv nicrVif D. L. Samples, a prominent merchant of Wesley James, a wealthy bachelor farmer ing turnips is stopped; turnips already Rik fiit.v. a snrhiirh of this ritv. wa of Walnut Cove, near here, have been planted cannot sprout. Gardners are Walnut (Invfi badly damagod bv- the drought. Fair had entered his store and grabbed his jail on suspicion of complicity in the weather has been favorable for making money while he was counting it. Philip crime. James, who lived as a recluse, hay and for saving fodder, which is be C. Russell, a neighbor, is charged with never associating or having any dealings "o"; uuy vi 3 -v aJ3 the crime. He has not yet been arrested, with his neighbors, died very suddenly ol cloudy weatner during trie miauie 01 about, a month ao. lirojran. Who was a me wees parity procrveu crops iiuui im; he from effect of heat aDd sunshine. The weather t r" Virginia, made his appearance about the time with a will by which all of James' property was bequested to him. The will is now discovered to be a forgery. Grogan also held deeds to James' land. Grofran has fled. The stomach of the Harnett UTTLETOH HIGH SCHOOL AM) IM7SIXEKS INSTITIJTF, W. BAG LEY, A.B.. Principal. Littleton. N. C. College Preparatory Cotrse, Commer cial ourse, Telegraphy, Penrr anship, Shorthand and Typewriting. Send for catalogue. Jy27-lm CHEAP BRICK AT LAST, as he is lying in a dangerous condition, the result of the prostration oa being acquainted with the charge made against him. Physician in Charge. CURE INSTITUTE. Raleigh, N. C Died Suddenly. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Syracuse, N. Y., Augast 22 -Prof. Chas. A. Perkins of this city died sud- A Destructive Fire, By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Norfolk, Va., August 22. Fire broke out at 7 o'clock to-night in the carriage manufacturery of A. Wrenn & Son on Union street and destroyed all the work shops together with the shops of the agricultural implement house of Wrenn, Whitenurst b uo., aaiommg. ine en- Another Strike Imminent. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Pittsburo, August 22. There is a strong probabil' ty of a strike among 500 dead man has been placed in the hands Monongahela river miners, me opera- of the state chemist lor analysis. tors will meet tomorrow to formulate a demand for a reduction of one-half cent m Bad Record Brousht to Lisht. per bushel which they will then present By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. to the miners. Ihey claim that the railroad operators pay about 3 cents for the same work for which the river ope rators have to pay 3i cents and they are thus deprived of legitimate trade. They don't expect to win without a strike and are willing to risk one. conditions have been similar in all dis tricts. There seems to be no prospect for general showers during the next few days. August 22 It 13 CHEAP RATE TO ASIIEVILLE, to se cure It buy Summer Round Trip Tick et, use it one way and sell to C. F. RA , Member American Ticket Brokers' Asso clatlou, US South Main street, Ashevllle, N.C. juy5-2mo denly at hi3 home at 1 o'clock this morn tire fire department was in service and Gov. Buckana's Bequest Approved incr. He was in the American legation s . . . . -. . i-i i i . witn Gen. Sickles at Madrid, ana later at Lisbon. While at the latter place he married Princess Marie Isabella Francoise Gurowski de Bourbon, niece of Cueen Isabell, of Spain. II IH I I II IMQT T T R The Work Uninterrupted. I' II I I li ' ' " III wi a. B Telegraph to the State Chronicle, I I ! I lll l . .. Buffalo. N. Y.. August 22. Every I 1J 1 li I 'J LnrVminnr I orilQO tu; ; ,nn;n cm nntV.lv at. the Central toA IU1UL! U luumut jmyvvu.j mv. J .. . i i i. : 1 elevators, the oniy interruption ueiug i:nsurnRBd in w,rnoao loeaflnn I caused bv the breaking of some cars fc'iuipmeuts. facultv. furniture and fare, hauling machinery. In all 300,000 to after four hours hard work subdued the ! flames. The loss is estimated at $20,000. Declines a Re-nomlnatlon. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Omaha, Neb., August 22. Governor Bovd declines the re-nomination. He promises to work hard for the democratic party this fall, and predicts success for the State ticket if good men are nomina- Ex-Chlef Justice Dead. Bv Telegraph to the State Chronicle. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, August 22 General Grant, acting secretary of war today approved the request of Governor Buck anan of Tennessee for cannon, cartridges, shells and canister and orders were telegraphed to the Rock Island. Illinoies, arsenal to forward the amunition im mediately. Switchmen on a Strike. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Buffalo, N. Y.. August 22. Sixty- five Western New York and Pennsylvania switchmen refused to handle New York Asheville, N. C, understood here that, Cobbs, people's party candidate for Lient. Governor will be taken down. His unsavory record as a revenue officer has made this necessary. He was indicted in 1878 charged with assisting the removal of distilled spirits from the distillery of Huffman & Co. Burke Co., being at the time storekeeper at that distillery. He was again indicted in 1S82 charged with presenting false vouchers as Deputy U. S. Marshal. County Democratic men tion. Special to the State Chronicle. Bunn's Level, N. C. August 22 The democrats of Harnett county held their county convention at Lillington today. On motion D. II. McLean wa9 made chairman and II. T. Spears K-cretary The followinir ticket was nominated for legislature, N. A. Smith; for sheriff, C. McArtan; for clerk, Geo. P. Prince, for register of deeds H. T. Spears; for treasurer, W. II. Sexton; for burveyor, Daniel L. Green; for coroner,, t, T. Moore. D. II. McLean was recommend ed for the 9 mate from this district. lentv-nnu ML'lir m VOU SonH for -i-n Ann l...l.,.lc, 1... nu Koon falron out and "Www Otjt.U lm Tift.. Ancust 22. El- KfeWInnrP a f tt. , sent on its way east during the past 24 Chief Justice Bermudez of the Supreme Central freight to-day and are now on a Jyi5-2m-d&vu ' " wairfrfi m : fl hours. The Erie is doing well. I Court of Louisiana, died at noon to day. I strike. Baseball. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington. August 22. The fol lowing games were played to-day : At Pittsburg, Pittsburg 1, Brooklyn 17; at Cincinnati, Cincinnati 6, Washington 5; at Cleveland, Cleveland 6, Philadelphia 3 ; at Chicago, Chicago 7, New York 1 ; at Louisville, Louisville 6, Baltimore 2 ; at St. Louis, St. Louis-Boston, game postponed on account of rain. Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, if you have a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds is guar anteed to give relief, or m ney will be paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottle free at John Y. MacIUe's drugstore. Large size 50c and $1.00. vVe have relieved the pressure on the brick question. Last year Italeigh ieople had to pay $s per l"0 for brick. We have put up a machine on the new system.which turns out excellent brick, and the result Is a reduction o (2 per 1,0 . Our brickyardc. are near Wa! tut creek on the Watson farri and there Is no better clay in Wakecounty. It will le to the interest of all contract or" to call on tin before making contracts. HAMMILL & HQNEYCUTT. my24-3m Raleigh, K. U. DIVIDENDS Declared annually In the Old Reliable Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., are the largest. The aim of the ol!icers is to REDUCE The Death Rate to the lowest point and u brlug her expenses down to the mini mum, i nat tney nave none no IIIE COST OF A policy In thi Company proves. Her contracts contain only guarantees. 2o estimates are given ont by her to mislead the unweary seeker a.ter LIFE INSURANCE. We do not claim to the largest. We are mere ly the Best ( "om p.tny. A clean record for Forty seven Years. JOHN C. DKEWRY, State Agent for North and South Carolina, Raleigh, N. C. Active Agents Wanted.