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UvflVl t we are y ' ..o our patrons at all lu.ur: of tlte day or night. V. If. KING & COMPANY, (successors to) WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD, I) K LOG I ST S AND SeEDMRN. Have you bought your TURNIP SEED? if not procure tin m at once. K v e i'y A" a r i c t y AT W. II. KING & CO.S, Corner FayetteviHe and Hargett Street VOLUME XI. RALEIGH, N. C, FlilDAY MORXLNG, AUGUST 20, 1892. NUMBER 147. 7l r Besrrera in civil ekghteeshig, sciehce and art. Full Commercial Coarse. Practical C ourse in Telegraphy. Instruction In Music and Art. Cornet Hand. Location famous for Beauty and Health For thosw not prepared for College Classes, there is a Complete Preparatory Department. Resident Surgeons. Preparatory Medical depart ment. No charge for medical atten tion, low rates. For particulars, address u. la scnuuL, Winston, N. C. jyl-d3w-w4t. During tho month of February I bought one little ot R. B. B. f r rav four year old hoy, who had what doctors term here.'i-ary blood poion, and to mynttfr astonishment one bottle cured him. In tfe-bruxry my cider on, twolve years of age. was laterally cover t 1 with ugly sores ou his leva and a terrible eruption on bis head. He was cured with two bottles of B. B. B. As a qn ck blood cleanser it has no equal. JA&1E8 HILL, Atlanta, Qa. THE SPREAD OF CHOLERA. THE CONDITIONS TIIROl (iHOl T KHHOPE AI.AUMINti. AJIEKICAN BAR ASSOCIATION. V r years I have been suffering from a c ms'itntionM blood poison, which has resist ed the trea'mentof our bet physicians, and thi rto ot the mo"t noU d medicines. I was covered with a copper colord erup-tio-i all ovr my body and Urnbe, Mith l ss of appetite, oicnrncating pains in mv back, aching o' mv jfi"ts. general debility, ernaca tion, lulling off of my hair, sore throat and great nervousness. I recme iniredi.'ous. but being told that B. B. B. waaasrre enough b'ood pnnflr and that it did not require a patent to usa a gros- before he was cured, I eotutu-Micod its rse. within two w -eks time I felt improved. I have tali en about ten bot tler and feel a well and sprightly as any man. My appetite nd strength tune returned and my hair do not rail out. I do not hesitate tc w thit B. IJ B has no equtl as a general blood puriaer; and jny one who will ua only one bottlo wilt be convinced that it has no equal in the aprt?. I 8iil continue its use, s it is a splendid tonic an I keeps mv system in a fine condition. Vou hwo the liberty to direct any sufferer to me in person K P. B JONES. Atlanta, a. LOUISBURG FEMALE COLLEGE LOUISHUIIG N. C (FOUNDED 1S57.) Next session begins September 1st 1S!2 Fnll Liteniry Course and Physical Cul ture, with Jtoard, Wishing, Lights and Fires, only one hundred and fortv dollars for the year ending June 'st.lKHS Teachers experts in their several specialties. Con servatory Music Teachers. Art and elocu tion tanghtby graduates from Academy of arcs Menograr.ny. typewriting, Tele graphy and regular Business Course,. See cial Teacher of Penmanship. TJr'ck build ing, fifty rooms. Cammis 12 acres, well shaded by majestic oaks and hickorys. Water cool and pure. Business course free, to pupils in other departments, For catalogue address. S. D. BA.tr LEY, President iyrVd&w 2m Loulsburg, N. C. Precaution Taken In America-The Death Itoll Im-reaMing Each Da j. By Cable to the State Chronicle. St. PETKHsncno, August 25. The official cholera report shows that there were 174 new cases yesterday. Vienna, August 25. The Servian gov ernment has voted the sum of one hun dred and fifty thousand francs to be used for the erection of a hospital for conta gious diseases and temporary shelter for those attacked by the cholera. Berlin, August 25. There are se rious fears that the cholera has broken out in this city. The wife of a merchant named Landrock died at midnight last night with symptoms of Asiatic choleja. Hamburg, August 25. One huudred and sixty-nine dead bodies of cholera victims are awaiting burial in this city. So great is the terror caused by the chol era that it is difficult to get men for the work of burying the dead and many as sistants of undertakers have deserted their places of employment. Business is prostrate. Antwerp, August 25. The excite ment in this city over the outbreak of cholera is increasing. There is little doubt that the disease was brought here from eastern Europe. The first victims were dock laborers. About one-fourth of all the cholera patients removed to the hospitals have died. Precautions Taken in America. Piiiladelfhia, August 25. The health authorities have become thor oughly aroused to the importance of taking every precautionary measure pos sible owing to the alarming reportf of the spread of cholera through Northern Eu rope to prevent the dreaded disease from reaching this city. New York, August 25. The steamer Italia arrived with thirty-two steerage passengers, all of whom were well, hav ing been under observation for fourteen days before embarkation. The baggage of all passengers was subjected to a thor ough disinrection by live steam, followed by a powerful combustion of sulphur. The Italia is the first of the German steamships leaving an infected port. Charleston, S. C, August 25 The local health department has issued strict regulations to guard against the in troduction of cholera. The Member Now in Selon at Sara togaThe First Day's Work. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Saratoga, N. Y., August 24. The session of the American Bar Association opened ac 10 o'clock this morning by the delivery of the annual address by John Randolph Tucker, of Virginia. This oc cupied an hour and a half and was fol lowed by the reports of standing com mittees. The report of the committee on international law as to whether "any legislation by Congress is desirable and practicable to give the courts of the Uni ted States jurisdiction over criminal prosecution for acts of violence to the persons or property of aliens com mitted by citizens of the United States'' was read. Tae conclusions set forth are concurred in by all the mem bers yet heard from, constituting a ma jority; no dissent has thus far been communicated. The committee there fore recommend the passage of the fol lowing resolutions: Resolved, That in the opinion of this association it is un necessary and inexpedient that there 6hould be any legislation by Congress to Federal courts jurisdiction of crimes against persons and property of aliens in any case in which a citizen is the injured party. DESERTED AT THE ALTAR. The Unwise and Uii becoming; Council of the Groom's Family. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Trenton, N. J., August 25. Arthur Van Ilise, a decorator in one of the pot teries here who was to have been married to Miss Ella Zehner, a beautiful girl of 17 years, has mysteriously disappeared. Miss Zehner is a china decorator and worked beside Van Hise for five years. All preparations had been made for the wedding when at the last moment two sisters of Van Ilise came and announced that his family had decided that the mar riage was not a fitting one and bad in duced their brother to change his mind. Miss Zehner is now ill with nervous prostration. "MJCIT KITCHIN i IN PITT. COMFORTING DEMOCRATS AND CON VEUT1MG W EA VERITES. AT RICHMOND YESTERDAY. RALEIGH MALE ACADEMY, MORSON i DENSON, PRINCIPALS, C. L. Haywood Assistant. The 14th yHi- begins Monday August l"'.i2 Pupilrf pten;nd for any class in ollege or B sun es life. The hist year was the most KicctWni in its long career. Parents an' rrque ted to enter pupils promptly. Fer ( atalogues, address prin cipals. aul4-3w OXFORD FEMALE SEMINAR!, OXFORD, N C. The 4 2d Annual Session opens August 31, 1MKJ. The degrees con fer red are B. A andG. E. or (iradnate in English. A Business Course cf Type-writing and Stenography introduced. Physi.ml Culture made prominent. The faculty is an exceptionally stroug one. holding diplomas from such schools as the University of Virginia, the Saureur School of Languages, the Cooper I'niver sity Art School of New York, the Phila phia Conservatory and the Royal Conser vatory of Berlin. Charges per session (of 40 weeks) Board, fnll 1 lteniry curse, Free Hand Drawing and Physical Culture, ete $170. jyl- D&W-tf TYPEWRITERS. Corner Stone of the New Chamber of Commerce Laid. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Richmond, Va., August 26. The cor ner stone of the Chamber of Commerce was laid this afternoon in due Masonic form at 5 o'clock. The Grand Lodge of Masons at 4:30 o'clock proceeded to the site, comer Main and Ninth streets, the Knights Templar acting as escort. The address was delivered by Col. John It. Purccll in behalf of the Chamber. Three Thousand 1'cople at a Demo cratic Rally Yesterd ay Three Great Speeches. Special to the State Chronicle. Greenville, N. C, August 25. Fully three thousand people attended the democratic barbecue to-day at Grin- dool, Pitt county. In the forenoon the immense crowd was addressed by Hon. W. II. Kitchin, of Scotland Neck. Lie spoke for an hour. His speech was a power for good in this county. His ar guments were such that itvan't be possi ble that there is a single third party man left in that section. Many were heard to say that they had been on the fence un til to-day, but that they were now back into the democratic party. Kitchin is doing a noble work for democracy. In the afternoon Hon. J. E. Moore, of Wil- liamston, and Hon. L. C. Latham, of Greenville, both made excellent speeches, and finished up the work of conversion, and made it a grand day for the demo crats of Pitt county. Never before did a Pitt county audience listen to three bet ter speeches in a day than on this occa sion ; even the ladies honored the speak ers, and lent inspiration to their efforts by leaving the dancing pavilion while they spoke, and going and listening to them throughout their addresses. It was the most orderly assemblage for its size ever known in Eastern Carolina. The last dance ended at 6 o'clock, and the crowd broke with three cheers for Cle veland, Carr and democracy. The Greenville cornet baud and the Robeson ville string band were both present. THE FALL RIVER MI'RDER. MIsm Lizzies Ho r den in Court Yester day Charged With the Crime. By Telegraph to the Slate Chronicle. Fall River, Mass., Aug 25. The second distsict court room never before held such a crowd as that which greeted Judge Blaisdell this morning at 10 a. in. It was the second day agreed upon for the hearing of Miss Lizzie A. Borden on the charge of killing her fathrand moth er with an exe. Clergyman, Laymen, physicians and more than 150 "ladies who were not directly connected with the case, were seated and standing in all parts of the room. The ladies occupied more than two-thirds of the seats usually occupieu uy me curious gang who usu ally tlock into the lower courts. At 10:30 o'clock Mr. Charles J. Holmes ap peared with Miss Emma Borden on his arm. Following came Mrs. Brigham, Mrs. Holmes and the Rev. Mr. Buck' Miss Lizzie Borden came in last with Marshal Hilliard. Miss Borden's face gave evidence of an extreme strain. She was handed a seat between her two legal advisors and near a settee on which her sister was seated. The two women sat elbow to elbow, Miss Lizzie at her sisters right hand. Not a word passed between them. Medical exam iner Dolan was called to the stand. Dr. Dolan said: "There were eighteen wounds on Mrs. Borden's person. Four teen of them were in a small space back of her head over her ear. Pieces of the skull were driven into the brain. All these wounds were made w ith a sharp instrument." In witness' opinion Mrs. Borden had been dead an hour and a half when he saw her. Witness saw four exes in the cellar of the house. Examined one with a claw on it, and found that it had been scraped and washed. THE "BELMONT" KUUNER THE til KSTS EMMI'E DEATH, MAN a MIRACI LOI SLY. The Fire aud Origin !. of I'roperl j to Ou tiers, Le-e and t;iifl of the Hotel. Special to Slate Chronicle. Asheville, N. C, August 25 F-re destroyed the hotel Belmont 0 miles west of At-neville this morning at 12:45. The fire originated in the laundry room and before it was discovered, ha l made its way to the elevator shift, and spread to the upper stories. As s-.n a the tire was discovered the alarm was sounded all over the hotel with the exception of perhaps a half dozen of the 17G quests. All got out safely. The remaining few had narrow escapes from death. Several jumped from the third floor to the2 top t,f the verander and thence to the ground sustaining severe injuries. Mrs. Came, of Charleston, lost $5,000 worth of di.i monds, and another guest (3,000 in cash. A great many of the guests of both sexes escaped with only their night clothes and had to make their way to the city hotels in that condition. The hotel cost (60,000 and was insured for $25,000. It was the property of the West Ashe ville Improvement Company. The fur nitaie was the property of Dr. Karl Von liuck, the lessee of the hotel and was in sured for (25,000. Among the guests in the hotel at the time of the lire were Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson and son, Hamilton, of Charlotte, Dr. Hawkins and family of Kaleigh, and Mrs treen, sister to Mrs. Frank Wilkes, of Charlotte. r fj tn y - - t , - - . FORD AND THE RIOTS. The Labor Commiswloner Say He I Ready to Stand the Trial. l?y Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Nashville, Tenn., August 25. La bor Commissioner Ford, arrested for complicity in the Coal Creek riots, who is now in this city, says he is ready to stand trial, and has not the slightest fear as to the outcome of the present charge against him. Reports from Coal Creek say that miners are being arrested in squads by the soldiers. They are given an immediate examination, and if circumstances point to their being mixed up in the recent riots, they are held. It is said a telegram has been discuvereei in Coal Creek directly impli cating Ford in the riots. (iiardliis Asalnwt the Fatal Cholera. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 25. The general agent os the White Star, Mr. F. Mait land Kersey, had issued the following circular to the agents of that line: "Spe cial Notice No prepaid tickets must be issued fiom Antwerp, Amsterdam, Bre men, Hamburg, Aavre, Rotterdam, Pans, Oderburg, or other continental points without further notice, but agents may continue to issue prepaid tickets from British, Irish, Scandanaviaa and Finnish points." The Iron Halt Order Wrecked. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Baltimore, Md., August 25. Amos II. Hosmer, the Supreme Vice Justice of the Order of the Iron Hall, and a lead ing witness in the suit at Indianapolis returned here to-day. "The order has been wrecked," said Mr. Hosmer to a re porter, "and it was brought about by a conspiracy. The plotting has been going on since last November. Davi3, the su preme cashier, declared he would wreck the institution, and he has accomplished his purpose. An effort, however, will be made in thi3 State to revive the order. A meeting will be held Saturday night and some action taken toward its reor- rrnniTtttinn " o It I RNINt; OF BLOODED STEEDS. StaMen aud Valuable Stock in Ashet at Nashville. ; By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Nfshville, Tenn., August 25. This morning about 2 o'clock the stables at South Side Park, Columbia, were de stroyed by fire. The flames spread rap idly, and in a short while all except one row was a blaze. The stablemen were unable to stop it. The following horses were burned: Prince Pilot, 2:22 pacer, by Prince Pulaski; Rosa C, pacer, two year old, by Cuplex; Black -iess, pacer, 2:27; Minnie II. Fairfield, Addie Feld, both by Adfield. 2:28; Hal Flo, Tom Hall, Jr., Ada Duplex colt, and a Tom Hall filly. Adfield, 2 :28 J, was seriously injured; Rosa C. and Adfield were in sured for (2.000 each. The loss on the other horses, stables and traps, is very heavy. The fire was of an incendiary origin, and was the second attempt to burn the stables. South Side Park is the fair grounds, owned by the Hawrey county farmers' and breeders' associa tion. The burned stables will be promptly replaced by new ones. THE BUFFALO YARDS CLEARED. Large QuantitlcM of the Troopn Order ed Home Other Will Follow Daily. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Buffalo, August 25. The cvacaution of the railroad yards by the militia has been ordered and some of the troops are already leaving for home. General Porter agreed with the sheriff that a re duction of the force could safely be made and issued orders to that effect. The re mainder of the troops will be withdrawn as rapidly as possible. The troops or dered home to-day number about 1,5U0, leaving over 5,000 still in the held. THE PYTHIAN KNIGHTS. The Encampment at Kausa City- Officers of Supreme Lodc. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Kansas City, Mo., August 25. From the noise on ths streets last night it would be supposed that the Pvthian A Classical &i Ccnicrcial Scbool OF HICH CRADE. Elcpint TtuiMiiijr an J thorough Equipments, l arge pntrona from all the Southern Mnt.-s. Ueauiifut an-1 healthful situation in view of tho mountain. Over 300 StUtlt nu l-ist year. trTrruu KraouabIe. Summer School (lLin? CotWa Courte) ore-it June 29. Fall Term begins August 16. For Illustrated Catalogue, addreaa, J. A. & M. H. HOLT, PriM., OAK RIDCE. N. C. j-1-u2-7t. NOTICE. Knights world not be in good condition FIRE AT ASHEIIORO. The Sheriff' of Randolph Elegant Home. Special to the State Chronicle. Randleman, N. C, August 25 Looncm An morning at 5 o'clock the residenne of -This R. D. Ross, Esq., at Asheboro, N. C, was destroyed by fire. The origin is not known but supposed to have started from a defective flue. There was some insu rance but the loss is considerable. Mr. Ross is the present sheriff of this county. Headquarters for the world; all makes; don't PAY manufacturer's exorbitant prices; we ship anywhere, giving thorough examication before accepting; absolutely flrst-claHS 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 specimens free. TYPKWRITER HEADQUARTERS, 31 Broadway New York, 1S6 Monroe St, Chicago. ap3 Not a Striker a Heart. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Buffalo, August 25. This morning grand master Sweeney of the switchmens union was set upon by Arthur luinn, a striking switchman and brutally assault ed. Quinn told Sweeney he was res ponsible for the loss of his job. Before Sweeney had time to answer tuinn dealt him a fearful blow on the head and followed it up with several sledge hammer punches in the face. Fifth District Virginia Democrat. Bv Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Danville, Va., August 25. A special to the Reguter from Martinsville says: The democratic congresssional conven tion for the fifth district met here to-day. On the first ballot Claude A. Swanson, of Pittsylvania county, received a large majority of the votes and his nomination was then made by acclamation amid rrrpnt enthusiasm Now for the Third Party. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, August 25. A number of representatives of the third party of the eastern States met to-day at the Astor house in this city and perfected arrange ments for their party compaign this fall. George F. Washburn, eastern member of the national executive committee was chosen chairman of the new committee and Dr. A. S. Houghton, of Connecticut, secretary. Eastern headquarters will be established in Boston and branch head quarters will be rapidly opened in other cities. Kaaeball Yewterday. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, August 26. The fol lowing games were played to-day: At Pitrsburg the Phillies bunched their hits in the first inning of to-day's game scor ing three runs, a lead the home team could not overcome, being unable to hit Knell at opportune times. Pittsburg 2, Philadelphia 4; batteries, Ehret and Miller, Knell and Dowse; umpire, Gafl ney. At Cleveland, Cleveland vs. Brooklyn, game postponed on account of rain. At Louisville, Louisville 1, Bos ton G; batteries, Clausen and Merrill, Nichols and Ganzel; umpire, Burns. At Chicago, Chicago 1, Washington 0. At St. Louis, St. Louis 1, New loik 4. to go through the exercises of the day withj any pleasure to themselves, but at camp Shaw this morning every thing was early atir and the campers were ready for the prize drilling which began promptly at 9 o'clock. Tonight there was a grand military display at the park in which the third regiment N. G. M. and Pythians participated. At 9 o'clock the supreme lodge of Pythians went in session at their hall and the Pyth ian sisters started on an excursion to Leavenworth. The session of the supreme lodge was devoted to a further discussion of the ritual. The supreme lodge of Knights of Pythias of the world be'gan the slection of officers at 11 :30. W. W. Blackwell, of Kentucky, for supreme chancellor, and Walter B. Richie for su preme vice chancellor, were elected unani mously. Others elected were, E. T. Blackler, of California, supreme prelate; supreme inner guard, A. B. Gardener, New York ; supreme outer guard John II. Thompson, Washington D. C, by accla mation; W. B. Kennedy, of Illinois, sec retary of endowment rank held over un til change in constitution is considered ; supreme master at arm, J. II. Lyon, of Kansas. About the Fubllc School. All of the reports frm treasurers and county superintendents of public in struction have leen received by Major Finger, State superintendent, save those from four counties, and these will lw in hand. The reports show that under the increased school tax levied by the act of the last legislature there is an increase f two weeks in the average le ngth of school terms, bringing the latter up to three and a half months. The constitution requires that the length of the terms shall be four months. A similar increase in the tax by the next legislature will bring the terai up to tho constitutional requirement. The report for Wake, as made by Treasurer L. O. Lougee, is interesting. It is as follows: Receipts: Poll tax, $K,203 03; gen eral property school tax, (14,570.10; spe cial property tax, graded schools, $10, 10,771.73; special poll tax graded schools, (809.90; fines, Arc., (300.14; liquor license, $229.95; compromise of judgment of Jauk-s II. Miller (G. Rosen thal receiver), (317.95; incorporation tax, $177.50; private examination of teachers, (20; sale of old school houses and sites, $53.42; tuition, $12.31; total received during year ended June 30, ls92, $37,550.04; balance on hand at last report, $3,105 89; i(rand total, (15,- GG1.93. Expenditures: Salaries white teachers, (16,208.32; colored teachers, $11,409.71 ; white school houses and sites, (1,025.14; colored, $818 81; county superintendent, (648; treasurer's commissions, (70s. 93; mileage and per diem of board of e-duca tion, (70.40; expenses of that board, (71.55; Prof. E. P. Moses, superintend ent of Raleigh schools, $l,7!SS.b8; rents and interest white, $744 5. colored, (719.25; janitors, white, (335.11; col ored, $33.j.11; merchandise, white, $957.07; colored, (899.99; all other ex penscs, white, (125.86; colored, (97.06; total disbursements, (37,1 OS. 3 1 ; balance, on hand July 1, 1892, $8,553.50. The apportionment to whites was, $11,609; to colored. !?10,311. The assessed value of white property is $9,892,352; colored, $421,681. Noiun Cakomia, I Notice, of xnruncoim and VYakk Orvrv. i'rtitof attache. ent. W. A Myatt vs Ju 1. Page. The defendant altve nanifed will take notice tht on the fth ily of Auut, peji, summon iik tho above entitled action and a warrant of attachment were i-ued ov V. D. llavwood. J P , aaitiKt the (Kfeiioai t above named and his pro i crty in the county ot Wake, hute of North Carolina. The purMiHe of the action i to recover of defendant the Htcour t due the rlaiutiffby the defendant on two Lot ci ven by nini in'Kep teniber, lt7'., the aiuonnt bcinj f ll'-MO, with S per cent interest on f(Ml thereof from Sep tember 1, 137'. and on f lj 1J thereof from December 21. iJ-K.'i. The &id actiou will lm heard by faid Justice at Inn oftee in therity Of HaU iKh on Til' eu'ay the 27th day of Hep-tembt-r. If 92, at li o'clock n. hen and win re. Hiiid inmnionn and warrant of atuclmcnt will bo returr.cd, and the di tendant in required to appenr ami answer or demur tothecomrlaint of the ImutilVor the relief deirauded will I mi jjiveu Thif A in: ut 1. s:2. anll-OHW-t.w VY 11. HAYWOOD, J. 1. Itiifcin JfitN Heading for America. By Teletraph to the State Chronicle. Paris, August 25. The jewish com mittee state that within a month one thousand jews, refugees from Russia have passed through Paris most of whom were on their way to the Lnited States. STOP NOW M BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE I -KH THE BEDAL GOLD M AT RALEIGH, N. C. Is uow open for the treatment of Liquor, Opium, Morphine or Tobacco Habit. Cure Guaranteed in three weeks. TheSafest, hnrest and Best. PRICE Hoard and Room I soo. $5 Per Week. Tobacco Habit Cure only f 5. N. P.. HROUOI1TON, I DR. J. II. BAKER. President. Physician In Charge. Address, I'.KDAL GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. Jysatf Raleigh, N. C . On the Bowery; In Jail; in Eternity. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. New York, August 25. Mary Burns, aged twenty-two, of 42 Christie street, was arrested on the Bowery last night for beinn drunk and disorderly. She was locked up in the station house, and this morning was found in her cell dead She had torn her dress into shreds and j hanged herself to the bar3 of the win dow. The Livliis Imwiio PubliMhe It Before Released. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Indianapolis, Ind., August 25. Tne letter of acceptance of General L. John Bidwell, of California, nominee of the prohibition party for President of the United States has been given out for publication in the prohibition papers to morrow. ITIIms Kate Forbes at the Altar. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Baltimore, Md., August 25. Cardi nal Gibbons this morning solemnized a marriage ceremony between Count T. Harris Von Fleckenstem, of Chicago and Miss Kate M. Forbes, of South ern Maryland. The g room is a son of the late count Von lleckenstein of Bavaria. Miss Borbes is a daughter of the late Lieutenant Col. J. J. Forbes of the United States marine corps. The Count and countess ltook an afternoon train for Chicago, where they will reside. Third Party Meeting; in Virginia. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Richmond, Va., August 25. The third partv convention was called to order at 12:50 to-day. At 1:45 p.m. the committee on resolutions announced that they would recommend the endorse ment of the national peoples' party and ' Weaver and Field. Mr. Walter E. Grant was nominated for Congress unanimously. CJ randy, of Norfolk, Will do the Work. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, August 25. Bids were opened at the treasury department today for furnishing forage for the sixth life saving district. F. L. Grandy, of Nor folk, Va., was the lowest bidder. The Decision Rendered. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Trenton, N. J., August 25. Chan cellor McGill's decision in the case of the State against the railroads forming the Reading coal combine was filed at a late hour this afternoon. The State's conten tions that the lease of the Central to the Part Reading is illegal, that the tripartite agreement is in violation of law andjthe combine is against the policy of the State. i'ol. Ilrockenbroiinh, of Virginia, Dead. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. RicnMOND, Va., August 25. Col. Jno. M. Brockenbrough, died this morning at 5.30 at his residence in this city. He was 62 years of age and a native of Rich mond county. He commanded the fortieth Virginia regiment in the war, up to Gettysburg. rHKAP RATE TO ASHEVILLE. to se- VJ cure it buy Summer Hound Trip Tick et., une it one whv and sell to C. V. RA . Member American Ticket Brokers' Asso- eiation, "jfi South Main street, Asheville, juy5-2smo I INSTITUTE ForYoung Ladies Gen. SteveiiHon at Home To-day. By Telegraph to the state Chronicle. Bloomington, III., August 25. Gen. Adlia E. Stevenson has arrived home from New York. The Report Untrue. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Birmingham, Ala., August 25. The reported uprising last night among the miners at Coal Burg, Ala., where con victs work in the mines, turnes out to be a tempest in a tea pot. II 11 1 Unsurpassed in thoroghness, location. York. eIUlnmeiltl (oonHii fmmUni-a unit faro I One of my children had a very bud discharge from her nose. Two physi cians prescribed, but without benefit. Wc tried Ely's Cream Balm, and, much to our surprise, there was a marked im provement. Wc continued using the Balm and in a short time the discharge was cured. O. A. Cary, Corning, New iventy-one NBW PIANOS. Send for eueaioifue .AS. DIN WIDDIE. M. A. (UnL of Va ) m;-:an-a&w Raleigh, N. 0. So easy in its action, harmless and effectual in relieving is Simmons Liver Regulator. I v IVow Try Thin. 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 antccd to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sulierers irom 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. MacRae's drugstore. Large size 50c and (1.00. They Die of Sunstrokes in the Heat of Battle. By Cable to the State Chronicle. London, August 25. The standards Buda Pesth correspondent gives and ac count of the military manouvers at Fuenfkirchen yesterday in the terrible heat. He says that out of the forces engaged in the revolution four officers, eight corporals and ten privates have died of sunstroke. Special Rates for Tickets. For the G. A. R. National Encamp ment, at Washington, D. C, the Rich mond efc Danville railway will sell round trip tickets from important coupon sta tions on its lines at following rates from points named: Hot Springs, $11.95; Asheville, (14.05; Statesville, 11.20; Charlotte, 11.75; Salisbury, 10.35; Greensboro, 9.75; Reidsville, 7.95; Wins ton-Salem, 9 65; Durham, 8 95; Hender son. 8.95; Raleigh, 9.65; Goldsboro, 9.85. Tickets will be on sale from Sep. 13 to 20, inclusive; limited returning to October 10. Stop-overs are allowed in either direction at stations between Dan ville and Washington. Tickets are good on the Washington and Scuth-western vestibuled limited trains. Low rate round trip tickets can be purchased dur ing the encampment from Washington to various battle fields in Virginia via the Richmond & Danville railway. September's Average Heather. The chief of the weather bureau gives the following data, compiled from the record of observations for Septcmlcr, taken at this station for a period of live years: The mean or normal temperature is 69.5 degrees; the wannest was that of 1891, with an average of 72 degrees; the coldest that of 1887, average 6.3 de grees. The highest temperature during any September vas 92 degrees on 14th inst., 1887, the lowest waso"9on the 31st inst., 188. The average rainfull for the month is 3.92 inches, the average number of days with .01 cf an inch is more, being 10. The greatest monthly rainfall was 10.88 inches, in 1888; the leat was l.C inches, in 1889. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any 21 consecu tive hours was 2.05 inches on the 9th and 10th inst, 1888. The average number of cloudless days is 11, the average manlier of partly cloudy days 8, nnd the average number of cloudy days 11. The prevail ing winds have been from the northeast. The highest velocity of the wind during any September was 24 miles an hour. VOT1CK. Hooks of Miltrcriptlou to the capital htoek of the t'ane Kenr and Northern UnO roudConij any tothe amount of f! u.i wo will 15 opened i.t 12 o'clock m. on the 221 day f Auiut, Wi, at the stor" house of Alf'-rd 4V Ho t in Holly Springs Wake counts, N' rth Carolina. Mi accordance with chapter 4S2. laws of iv.r which is the chart-r of paid corpora tion; H.-tid books will remain ojen for ten days from sai l d.ite, or until the whole amount of !0 iM)iesulKcn!ied, it the same be earlier siib.scritHd (i B ALKOItD. and ot her Incoriorators. August 10, 112.. Hit. CHOWAN BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE, MURKIiKKSBOUO, N. C. This Institution offers superior advan tages in Literature, Science. Klocution, M us:c, Art, Stenography and I ypewritiug. So far as possible each department Is placed under the care of a Piwclalist. 1 he health is unsnrpins. miring the pant session the average 'if medical bil'H wax thirteen cents. With a most Imposing building, located in the innht of crotiuLi of remarkable lieauty, the situation isone of gre-at attrac tivenens Charges are in wle a- reasonable as the clas of work doa 5 w ille allow. The Fall wsfion begins ou vv'edu'-sday, September 7th. For catalogue or dditiocal informa tion, address Jy 2:? tf President Valuable Property Eor Sale. Havh:s obtained an order of court to he 11 publicly any portion of the real estate of Mary A. Morehe.fl, deccwen, this is lo give notice to any who may deire to pur chase, any of said real estate to apply to '.he umier.-ikiied. It a siuhcient oner id rnaoe to Justify the placing of any of said real estate upon the market the same will !e done after due advertisement of the time and place of ea'.e. JNO. T. I'L LLKN, jeH-tf Admr. c. t, a. LITTLETON HIGH SCHOOL AM) Itrsi.N'EKK INSTITIITF, U W. IJAGLRY, A. 11., Principal. Littleton. N. C. College Preparatory Cor rse. Commer cial t curse. Telegraphy, Penii auship. Shorthand and Typewriting. Send lor catalogue. jy27 lm CHEAP BRICK AT LAST, Seven Miner InMantly Killed. By Cable to the State Chronicle. London, August 25. A despatch from Swansea, Wales, states that a terrible ac cident occurred at one of the mines in that vicinity. While the meu were at work in the mine part of the roof fell in, crushing seven miners to death and badly injuring three others. Specimen Caei. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in ilesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg. 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight The New Freight Depot. In a fortnight the old passenger depot will be well nigh unrecognizable. Fore man A. A. Wells has a gang of twenty-' five men at work converting it into a freight warehouse for the Richmond and Danville railway. The doors have been cut out, large openings made, the parti tions removed, the floors raised to a height of four feet, the level of a car floor, and laid with hettvv oik planks. The building is 220 feet long and freight will be received from both sides. The structure will be entirely remodeled and repainted and will make a fine show. It will be a great convenience, as the R. L D. has always had very poor facilities for handling freight. South Harrington street is to be paved to the new ware house, and will Vie another special con venience. A constrution train is now at the deoot and larire Quantities of mate rial have been delivered there. Maj. Berkely was here yesterday on business connected with the new warehouse. vVe have relieve! the pressure on the brick question. Last year Raleigh ieple had to pay ier 1,"00 lor brick. We have put up a machine on t he new fcy btem, which turns out excellent brick, and the result Li a reduction o' t2 per l,i). Our brickyard lire near Waicnt creek on the Vatoa tarn and t here Is no ie t ter clay in Wake county. It. will lie to the interest of all contract ors to call on us tefore making contracts. HAMMILL & KOSEYCUTT. my24-3m Kaleigh, C years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes 6f Buck- len's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker. Catawba. O.. had five I Itacklen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sore3, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Judge Irving, of Mar) land, Dead. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Cape Ciiaklks, Va., August 25. Judge L. L. H. Irving, Chief Judge of large fever sores on his leg, doctors said corns and skin eruptions, and positively the Maryland Court of Appeals, died he was incurable. One bottle Electric cures piles, or no pay required. It ia last night at his home in Princess Anne Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction county, Md., from the effects of sun- Salve cured him entirely. Sold at John or money refunded. Price 25 cents per DIVIDENDS Declared annually in the Old Reliable Mutual lienetlt Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., are the largest. The aim of the oiiicers u to REDUCE The Death Rate to the lowest point and to bring her expenses down to the mini mum. That they Lave done feo JTIIE COST OF A policy In this Company proves. Her contracts contain only guarantees. o climates are given out by her to mislead the unweary seeker a ter LITE INSURANCE. We do not '-Him to the largest. We are merely the iifsl Company. A clean record for Forty bevea W-.tt.. JOHN C. DKEWUY, State Agent for North and South Carolina, I Raleigh, X.C. I Active Agents Wanted. stroke. Y. MacKae s drug store. I box. tor sale by John . Alac'iae.