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"RenciULciers" AT W. II. KINO & CO.'S, A I)ANIT Cir.AR. We have lust received a new lot of SABOROSOS" and "SELECT KD POINTS." "rs EARLY PEARL, jrirs silver skins. JTl'lM no-v AT US Cm & GO' S VCC SS'-US TO 31S & HAY VOOD, la: r VOL. XI. islGII, N. C, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1892. NO. 178. )N SETS. UA'AHLR VAh EST AT M fOf corsoni. ju-VmerJ of tho I Wao county in an v:tion avie and N t Jones, Kv'r. joni-it Li. t'oMby and oUith, turpo-e of making aescts to ?ios and charges Bet forth t in the aloreeaid rctk-n, Jutrator of Mary A. Mor bd, M eoniroi-Biouer on Monday, er, 1HJ?, at twelve o'clock n Me door of Wake connty, soil jiddor the foil' wir.g deacMhr d SgiDg to the estate of eaid Mary Jeceattod, to-wit : let on Fayettoville street n w J"hn H 1'wHcnd as drig st- re, on Fa-eft' villeetroet and run it feet to Salisbury f treet, being , 163 in the plen of the citv of CLEVELAND IN NEW YOliK. JIKX AX TIIK VICTOUIA IIOTIIL BY MANY DEMOCRATS. ( ONSI LS GO WIIONG. e": tz. Itvit;. . of Dea'c of Und orWsrt r lax;- knot;- .r lan ' i ' ' cos. F,f cri:. a 0thCT3 term r - land ; fit.:. be t: Tr morl ct;'. The Indipendcnt Local Ticket Propo sition Laid Ilclorc lllm and Discussed. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle, Itemovais and Appointments to Pill Tbelr Placet. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. The Presi dent to-day appointed Orlando H. Baker, of Iowa, consulate Copenhagen to suc ceed Uonsul Ryder, removed. Ryder is now awaiting trial in that city for the pe New Youk. Sept. 30 Ex President culiation of a large sura of money. The It city black in the. citv c.f U 1 0n th? North by Jones sirr.e 7 Kant Btreet, on the Ho:i )i by and on the West by Blood fld now occupied by Moreou A J. containing 2 acres. Bt of land, 4 miles north of the adjoining the lands of Sir one heirs and others, and Jtabtree or Tavern trac cn- according to survey, and is scribed in a deed from a a. fc. book 12, page 454, IVkister for Wake county. Thistrct It-.zri quantity of tinder, , lot of land ljing no r the M limtU of the city of RV th tr.de of Bocky I ran h, ) Williama tract, adjoi' i"g he i Pack, J. M Hock and others, acres, accord ng to survey of ejor, in 1879. Parties larly'de i deed from Jas. L. Vr'iUianiH and with, look 17, i8g-j 171, Ilogia JSce for Wake c uity. parcels of the abov derenbed I divided to mit pur lasers. T"perty Bhowing divisions can plying to undt reigned. le one-tt ird cash, balance nix j ale day, with interest at 8 per .Mjivod until purchase n ot e 18 JNO T l'ULLfiN, Adm'r and CmV. Fcra bload is w':at oils the maoh nery of Jifa. enea overv movement of tho body ttzzrrt tliffneBs o' the Joints, drives out pilifTOta tho nervet, Btimnlates the bruin, trc?c?ath liver nd kidney fr. m initation, azablM physical exertion with nt fatiuue, pro lcr- life, and makes men and wom-n rer faoi in healtU and feature Qood blo?d and ood brain re in insep'.rablo. Aim toktep the blood pure by using the only trne bio re-nody, BB B, Botanc Blood falm Mil 8. Tomlin' on. Atlanta. Qi., cays: "For manvvears 1 havo been afflicted with rhenmatiani combined with severe kidney touble, Indigestion and nervous pros rat on. R H Eli MATIS M Zl"L,S numorona tttent roedicncs resortod to withonl bB6 At last I b(g n tho line of BBB, andthe(7oct wr life m gic Mien matlo paint e 'Kl my kidnnys were relieved, and my cooatl Jon improved at once. z. t nt:: "ftrt" ipf::- mentc thvs Mr. mont-, f mancr fivtai fcU, t weU. I ltjrtt' nloer." n. Macon. Oa . writes: ii) I contracted a bloo 1 poison jyaiVian at once, and histreat- f Billing l e- pioyea an oia ien went ti Kentucky. I then 1 U (1 0 went to Hot Springs ll'UO (l remained two otbing seemed to cure mo per jrongh t mporarv relt was .retimed hon e ruined m an phys nt litt'e pro-pect of ever gettin 1 pe- suaded to try B B B, and t jnih i eut it quickly teal d every Orover Cleveland, accompanied by Mr. R. V. Gilder, editor of the Century, Mr. Charles F. Chichester and DanielJ. Grif fln, arrived on the Fall river boat, Pilgrim, at 7 o'clock this morning. On landing the party was driven to the Victoria hotel Callers began to arrive early at the hotel and kept coming all day. Most of the members of the Democratic National Campaign Committee are in this city Shortly before 10 a. m. ex-Mayor Grace called at the hotel and remained closeted with Mr. Cleveland for fully an hour Shortly after the ex -Mayor's arrival, Don. M. Dickinson, of the Democratic National Campaign Committee, went up to Mr. Cleveland's room. It is under stood that the local situation and tne proposition to run an independent local democratic ticket was dis cussed. Mr. Grace, however, when asked by a reporter of the United Press if it were true that the conference in relation to the nominating of a third jcal ticket, said that the local situation was not mentioned, adding: "I would not embarrass Mr. Cleveland by asking him to express an opinion as to a third ticket." Replying to a note of inquiry sent to him by a representative of the United Press, Mr. Cleveland stated that as vet ne naa maae no arrangement with regard to making speeches during the present campaign. He did not know whether he would make speeches or not. He might possibly, but no positive ar rangements had been made up to the present. He did not know just how he would employ his time during his stay here. Several important conferences were held with Mr. Cleveland at the Victoria hotel to day. The national campaign committee, u'chpting Messrs. Harnty, Dickinson, Gorman, Brice, Whitney, Smailey aud Quincey, the only absent ones being Senator Ransom, of North Carolina, congressman Cable, of Illinois, and E. C. Wall, of Wisconsin, had the urst consultation, which, lasted over two hours. Immediately after their departure a delegation of the New York State committee, arrived, and matters . pertaining to the State campaign were discussed. The chief topic of discussion was the proposed third ticket of the county democracy It was urgently recommended that Mr, President also filed another position in tne consular service made vacant by the removal of another consul whose noto riety is second only to that attained by Ryder. This second case is that of Jijdmont Johnson, consul at Kiel, Germany. Johnson was removed this month for alleged irregular prac tices in msomcial position and for falsi fication of his military record. He was a half brother to Agnes LeClerc, widow of Prince aalm balm, the German noble man who rendered service to the Federal government to the war with the army of the Tennessee, and afterwards linked his lortune with those of Maximilian in Mexico, When the Cleveland ad ministration came into power, John son was a consular agent, having held the position since 1872. Shortly after Mr. Cleveland's inauguration, se cretary iiayard received papers urging the promotion of consular agent John son for rendering valuable services to the republican party in the campaigu of the previous year aud this was followed by other papers from prominent demo crats asking that Johnson be pro moted for rendering services to the Cleveland cause. From the receipt of these two batches of re commendations, arose the charge that Johnson had fortified himself in the event of the election of either Cleveland or Blaine and had sent both batches in the belief that he was sending only that containing the good words of democratic friends, lhe man appointed to succeed Johnson is John H. Drake of South Dakota, MOST FAVORABLE 11EP0UT. H. . DUNN & CO. 7IAKKS A RE PORT OF E.COlRAGiTIENT. AN INCIDENT ON THE TRIP. The Outlook for the Oonliir mouths Regarded With Utmost Confidence. By telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, Sept. 30. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade will say: Business continues larger than ever at this time of the year and the commercial sky is without a cloud. Money is every where in ample supply and collections have very rarely been more generally satisfactory. At the bouth trade is much encouraged by soma advance in the price of cotton an ir '4s therefore, more active. The general business is not only large and remarkably healthy, but the outlook for coming months is everywhere regarded with utmost con fidence. The tobacco trae is busy, and the trade improves in naval stores. Bet ter prices for cotton bringing larger tracFe iat Montgomery, and though busi ness only f;ur at New Orleans sugar is strong and active, and money in moder ate demaud. Speculation in cotton has been enormous, sales reaching $1,360,000 bales with an advance cf a quarter dur ing tho week, in spite of better receipts and more favorable crop reports. West ern receipts of cattle are 175,000 head against 145,000 the earae week last year. Large sales of pig iron are reported, especially at Cin cinnati and souie advance in prices is expected. All works making structural iron are very busy, and the outlook improving, though bar iron is still weak and rails inactive. Specula tion in bread stuffs is lower with small transactions. Wheat and ats are nearly a cent and corn 13 8 cents lower, and Mr. Cleveland Declined to Drink Wine Presented by a Kentucky Lady. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Fall Riveu, Mass., Sept. 30 An incident occurred on Mr. Cleveland's trip to New York on the steamer Pil grim last night and is reported here to-day as follows: While seated at the dining table he was approached by a waiter who brought him a gla6s of wine from a Mrs. Goddard. a Kentucky lady, who was travelling with her four daughters. She sent her compliments with the ex pressed wish for his continued good health and his success in the campaign. The ex President arose, bowed his ac knowledgements, touched the glasa to his lips, but did not drink. He asked 10 De excused as he had decided to drink no intoxicants during the present struggle. The announcement was greeted wilu enthusiastic applause. Veritable t M DCIIITY, STYLE, SPEED, AND WEI-iTL BRED. j I cllzx for Bft'e the following we.l-bred. ! j rtatl, reliable, speedy nnd stylish horses: : First, tve tanlar.1 bred horse, Kobt Me . dlnci, l.'a 427, ay horce, lfi bands hth, ; finely rreloperi II s a record of 2 2. He'stT ifxst horse in North Carolina to trot cr.' -73;3" in a public race. Isasnrefoal gettrr.l-.'Oo'tH poHsess both tract and road rpeed, t full i.e and develop iiito a gzzl I "A. and earrwc frorBe. This bone's' i wif Happv Medium. Sire of NrjktI b, 'Zm:; Maxey Cobb, s.13 Mxr M b hehl a htalllon record for a nc ye irp. Maxey Cobb this horse's ! fcr'; rand Neta Medium, this horse's ' fcLi : a Mood, trotted to the pole to- rr A5, the fastest time ever rnada J c teHtn and has only been beaten i l.c rof hornes ? I . Primus, bay geldlDg 15$ hands $ V J by hobfc. Medium, dam K'ectra ? j CJhfef. Primus is sound, styli-h ; r 1; i P. rfctly gentle, not afraid of '; 1 lTeenwir.eH,streetcarsor anything. I I. "Tl was foaled March 18W. I lrd, Ruby W.. chestnut mare. 15 I . YzzZi blzu, full sinter to Primus, ih h- nd j fee i, fast and perfectly cei. tie Itoe horses are offered for Hale nor on 1 accrzntof any fault of theirs hut because myy-rfcrslonal duties preclnd"8 my ie-t3nl--: the care ami htfenricnupon tbem titci t deserve. I hey can o seen at that Knap: lou Jou: street, between Per jouut. iw r mi tutr l. iorm tion Dr. JAMKS McKEK or KD. P.. LbK. Cleveland could influence the abrogation of such a measure. Delegations from Iowa and Kansas called on Mr. Cleve land. Mr. Cleveland was busy all the evening until mid-night. William C Whitney never left the room throughout the evening. , During the evening repre sentativea from the recular State organization and from that of those who favored the leaders of the Syra cuse movement called upon him. Among the former were at torney general Simon W. Rnsendal and Robt. B. Roosevelt, among the latter, Simon D. Locke and C. M. Baldwin, treasurer of the county democracy. Mr. Richard Crocker hastened over to the Victoria hotel immediately upon the ad journment of the State committee, and proceeded to Mr. Cleveland's room, where he remained about half an hour. As he descended the stairs to depart, he encountered Don M. Dickinson, whom he followed back to Mr. Cleveland's room. When he again emerged he was questioned regarding the nature of his hurried visit. He replied that he bad an important state ment to give out but wished first to secure Mr. Cleveland's sanction when to make it public. When questioned as to whether he had reference to any ac tion taken by the State committee, Mr. Crocker refused to state. After leaving the hotel Mr. Crocker met Messrs, Murphy and Sheehan and it was reported that Senator Hill also was at the confer ence. Late in the evening a committee of six, representing the Mate league of democratic clubs were admitted to Mr. Cleveland's apartments. The delegation was headed by P. T. Wall, of Fire Island fame, and Commissioner F, W. Lee, of Brooklyn. Republican Convention Pandemonium. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Columbia, S. C, Sept. 30. The State republican convention which met here yesterday, after many wrangling scenes, came to a close this morning at 4 :45 o'clock, after adopting a platform in part as follows: We, the Union re puoiican party ot outh uarolina, in convention assembled, do hereby reaf firm our allegiance to the principles of the .National Union republican party as set forth in the platform adopted at the Minneapolis convention ; that we most heartily endorse and ratify the nominees of that convention, Benjamin Harrison, and Whitelaw Reid, and pledge to them our unswerving fidelity and support, and we hereby declare that with a "free bal lot and a fair count" the State of South Carolina will be placed in the column of republican States by a majority of 40,000 votes. WEAVER IXROCKY MOUNT. SPEAKS TO A ROUT ONE THOUS AND THIRD PARTY TIEN Republican Committeemen In SeKlon. Bv Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. The republi can sub committee on congressional elec tions have been holding private sessions here for two davs for the purpose of fit uring out what can be done to overcome the democratic majority in the Il mse. Edward McPherson and Richard C Kerens are extremely sanguine. The purpose is to break into the democratic representatives from the South, elect ing aliiancemen, if not republi cans, wherever it is possible, bo aa to prevent the democrats from organizing the next house. In the fiftv-first Con gress the republicans had seventeen re publicans from the South. It tho present Congress they have but four. Mr. Mc Pherson figures that they can elect twen ty-three republicans from the South to KljlhtT Mounted Tien Eorort II I in Xo the Speaker Stand Good Order Prevailed. By Cable to the HUte Chronicle. Rocky Mount, N. C, Sept. 30 Gen. Seaver and party arrived here this morning and gave an informal reception He was escorted from the hotel to the place of speaking by about eighty mount ed men. The crowd which gathered to hear him speak was about three thous ana, one inira oi wnom were third par- tyitfmnt The third party leaders had pre pared for and expected a la;ge crowd I i 31 3 ? I . out were s&uiy uisappoimeu in me num ber that attended, it being far below their anticipation. Gen. Weaver addressed the crowd. following the general line of argument as used in other parts o the State. After he had concluded his speech Mrs. Lease was introduced am: with her accustomed satire attacked the democratic administration. The ap pearance of a woman on the stump Ik; ing out of the uual order of things, she was often cheered. As a political effort her speech fell flat. Perfect order prevailed throughout the entire day and there was no excite ment at all, the crowd being in a good humor. TRUSTEES SALE OK LAND.-Umler and by virtue of power conferred in a deed of trust executed by A. W. Shaffer recoruea m tne omce of the uecistro' Deeds cf Wa.e county, hook S3. iace lyr. and attherequest of the cestui qni trust. I will on the 27ih clay oi September at 12 m. pell at pr.Mtc AnclKm at the court bou.-e door in lUleigh for.cash the land desnrtln-d in f aid trust and 1u a deed from the X. C. Life Insurance Co.. rtferredto therein. situated lu the south wtst cornr of the citv of llalelsh on t'anuon street, partly within and partly without the city limits, adjoining the lands of li. S. Tucktr, I), (i. Fowle, 0. B. Kootand others, containing seven acres, more or less except buch lotd as have been hereto fore sold WALT Kit CLARK, ang27-td9 Trustee. NOTICE. SNitiee of snmncna and wa-rant of attachn ei t. A. 1 . J C 1 it 1 S 1 W T - uie nity-iQira congress, air. iverans receipts of wheat, western points have says that four republicans will be elected been 6,362,695 bushels in four days in Missouri, and reuresentative Houk. of ' I ' T against exports of nly 650,116 bushels. The Hebrew, holidays cause the usual decrease in j3ales of tex tile goods; the cholera scare has diverted many buyers from New York and it is between season for wool ens but dealings are still large. Though exports from New York for four eeks have been '13 per cent, smaller in volue than a year ago, they exceed those of other yearR, and the increase in imports at New York for the month has been Tennessee counts on three from his State. Politics in Per won. Special to State Chronicle. Roxiioiio, N. C, Sept. 30. Politics was lively in Person county this morning. Hon. J. C. Scarborough spoke ::t Cun ningham's to a good audience, and re reports say that he is making a most ef fective canvass. Hon. Baldy Williams and Tom Settle, NtHTH CaOLIA, Ware Cocjin. W. Myattvs J no I). Page. The defend&nt alxve tamed will take notice that ou the th dv of August, nun.nioin in the above entitled action and a warrant ot attachment were ined bv W. l. lUvwood J P., against the d fnc1art above namVd ami his proi ertv in te county of Wake Mate ol orth Cfcrollna. The purpose of th- aet'on is to reooterof defendant the avc-nrt due thf ! laiM fl by the defendant on two Lot-s eive?i by nini iu Sep tember. 179, the amount U;ngSM2.44i, with 8 per cent ntere?t o $ (K thereof fr m Sep tember 1. lvSI, and on 112 thereof from December '2?. 18-5. The Mid action will be beard by said JiWce at his ofc. m the ity of Kaleigh on Tuts.; ay the 27 h dyot St- teinoer, l?J, at ll o'cku-u t . when and wh r oaid summons and warrant of aUachrr ent will be retim.ed, and the deterdant is r quired to apt ear and answer or dewnr to the com: liM of the lairtifTor the relict deaa:.dt-d will bo given This Augus 10. 1S'.1. aull-oaw-6w V 1). HAYWOOD, J. P. TOTIOK OK SALE Under and hy vlr Xl tne of hu order reudere S-. pteri;l-r term, is;n of Wmne Superior court in the case of I-i. I) Citilley against the tit ddstnro ' cttOQ Mill we siiallon Tuesday, Oito ber 11, 1ST2. at twelve o'clock, m , on the premises of the Oo!dsx.ro otton Mills near (ioldeboro. N. 0.,sell forcu-hat pub 11c auction the GnMohoro ('otton Mills iu c!udi? K the land wJ ert-on the s-une a Ht uate together with U the math'.' cry at:d fixtures lelor.i:ikr t4t the p! it of the Goldsbrro C-otTon Mills and all the cotton and other property re d a' d personal of the said ioh's!Kr ' otton MilN. The (ioldsisoro Cotton Mills havetten in oper ation a'Kut fix n:onhs and are in condi tion to beirin work acain Th's ! h i-pl-n- She returned Saturday and he was miss- did opportunity for any terson wi;.,:ti to inrr Sli.nrlatf a coorxh nraa nat nl ruKllKVJ lu WUUU Ill lUUICllli r III Ollr Ol Walter R. Henry at Wllaou. Special to the Stat Chronicle. Wilson, N. C, S pt. 30. Walter R. Henry, of Henderson, spoke here to day to a large and enthusiastic crowd. He reviewed the record of the republican party and exposed Weaver's record mer cilessly. His speech made a fine impres sion, and several Weaverites have since avowed their determination to return to democracy. A white man named Clark, a shoe maker by trade, was found dead in his shop in Elm city last Sunday. He had been married only three months and left home on Friday morning as well as usual. His wife was away on a visit. rprmlllfHn nunfl ill tf Fur PnniyrnaQ frim I (All f7 !.... nnn TA.!.!.... v n V. .-. i ii. K i. o I 1 l aUVUL Ijr 1 WUl. A'OIClL!lI CAtUJilC llOO ,!,; ilw,l.;,, .i.l,i XI- T. ' - - LUin U 111 IV. I. nminr lli ill I.. mil and he was found dead on a cot in shop. No one knows when he died. his the mot progressive towia in East rn North Carolina. W. K ALL EN and K. A DANIELS. sed22 t ds Kecei ve rs . raised slightly, and money has advanced to five per cent., but no anxiety is felt, ana stocks are a shade stronger than a week ago. New Railroad Appointments. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. General man ager W. H. Green, of the Richmond and Danville, has announced that after Octo ber 1, J. S. B. Thompson will be super intendent of the Richmond and Danville, Virginia Midland and Washington and Ohio divisions with office at Richmond, and that the North Carolina division will be under the supervision of Edmund Berkley. The offices of the assistants to the general manager and of the acting superintendent of the Virginia Midland and Washington and Ohio divisions have been abolished. T. O Troy has been appointed assistant superintendent of the Virginia Midland and Ohio divis ions, with office at Alexander, Va., and he will perform the duties of the master of trains, an office which has been abolished. The Anti-Snapper. By Telegraph to the State Cnronicle. New York, Sept. 30. No third has yet been nominated by the anti-snsppers. As evidenced by the meeting held by them to night, however, the probability a of an anti-Tammany county ticket are stronger than ever. Although no action was tken to-night further than the acception of the report of the committee appointed last Friday to meet chairman Harrity and Messrs. Dickinson, Quincy an l Smailey of the democratic national committee there was much speech-mak making m favor of a third ticket. irzah y ester- 1 1 It 1 A 1 .- .! uay anu in lioxooro to oay. rettie s stock in trade seems to consist of abuse of the democrats and Baldy Williams and wild praise of the third party. Wil liams made a telling soeech to-dav. He described his opponents as "the Tom Keid, Wintelaw Bold republican revenue gang, radical ltinra bettle. while the crowd gave mighty applause. Local speakers, Messrs. W. W. Kitchen, can didate for the Seaate, V. S. Bryant, T. H. Street and Joseph Noell are hard at work for democracy. Kitchen and Dr. Win. Merritt, the people's party candi dates for the Senate, spoke at Chub Lake on Saturday. TWO I .M PORTA NT CASES. Tobacco Salea in Danville. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Danville, Va., Sept. 30. The sales of leaf tobacco on this market during the tobacco year beginning October 1, 1891, and ending September 30, 1892, amount to 37,707,180 pounds, being 2,392,109 pounds less than during the tobacco yetr previous. A short crop in 1891 caused the decrease. TIr. Crocker's Opinion on Third Ticket By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, Sept. 30 Mr. Crocker was seen by a reporter of the United Press to day at Tammany hall and asked concerning the rumors about the nonii- nating a inira ticicet. lie saia mat so far as Tammy hall's local ticket was con cerned it could do no injury. It might not, he said, injured the national ticket but there would be danger of such a ticket helping to elect a republican United States Senator to succeed His- cock, inasmuch as it would afford an op portunity for the trading of votes for as semblymen. One district he declared, might change the entire legislature and prevent the election of a democratic Sen ator. The Fi&ht The Decision ReNcrred. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. San Francisco, Sept. 30 Two thous and persons witnessed a battle last night between Sol Smith of Los Angles and Geo. Siddons of New l ork at the Call fornia Athletic club for a purse of $2,500, The fightiug was fierce up to the 18th round, but thereafter until the 34th little was done owing to the men being worn out. lhe next twelve rounds were en livened by hard raps on the part of both contestants. The balance of the rounds were lame and at the end of the 56th the referee stepped the fight reserving his decision, biddons was severely pun ished. rhe S. A. R. and the R. A ii. Tax Cae Compromised. Last week the State CnitoNici.K pub lished the full text of the judgment in the case of the State against the Seaboard and Roanoke railway, rendered in the Federal court by judge Seymour in which it was declared that the taxes were due for the years 1866-1892. both inclu sive, amounting to over 67,000. The statement was also maae that the railway would appeal from that decision. Some time ago the Superior court, in the case of the Commissioners of Wake against the Raleigh & Gaston railway, also for taxes, gave judgment against the road. These cases were both of extreme impor tance, as these roads claimed exemption from taxation. It is heard that a com promise has been effected in both cases whereby the roads agree to pay the taxes for three years past and to surrender the rights of exemption from taxation as granted by the charters. It is also sttted that the papers in this case will be filed to day. The Seaboard & Roanoke will not therefore make the appeal to the U. S. Supreme court of which it gave notice. In view of both facts it would appear that this is a fair compromise for both sides. I will ;rAKSTFK that t lie aim pie treat metit which ina'e a man of ise will cer tainly cure and fn!!y develop anv Fr.iTYrer from Varicocele, Va-te! Vitality and like troubles. The recipe will be st nt sealed free to any one who will avoid quac ks long enough to give it a trial. Adoress with stamp, W Xl. HITLER, Box U7, Marshall, Mich. rep'21-:im CHOWAN BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE, MURFRKKSRORO, N. C. This Institution offers Mijer!or advan tages in Literature, Science, Elocution, Music, Art, Stenosrapny and Typewriting. So far as possible each department I. placed under the care of a specialist. The health is unsurpassed. During the past session the average of medical bills was thirteen cents. With a most imposing building, located In the mtdet of grounds of remarkable beauty, the situation is one of great attrac tiveness Charges are m ide aa reasonable, as the class of work don i wille allow. The Fall session begins on Wednesday, Septemler 7th. For catalogue or additional informa tion, address I Jy 23-tf JOHN 15. VKEWEK, President NOTICE- Iti"3 ( "Hre very fine tobacco lauds I wteatli ?e s-et iu l'.n in tobacco 1 will rnl t- ndt to hoivm one who under Btandit i culture and tunng of tobacco ""USr- R 1 u e ,;ol: ttke for the farmer to reciv-J ;a ami siock. etc.. to i-n.tivat the crop trith I iia.e no experience in tobjcco iv5 all Any person or persons wlBbtnz tcsh a trade wilt no well to cor respond with uie at ? nee. J U LAYTOV, Jr., 8ep22-tX. Dunn, N. C. DI711) H N DS t annually in the Old Reliable ,hent Life Insurance Company i, N J., are the largest. 1 of tho oilieers is to UEDUCE Tti E ith Rite to the lowest point and er expenses down to the mini . Jiat they have done so IE COST OF . , . uitrus company proves. Her www,,,, omv guarantee No L nv her to mislead K INSURANCE. Support ol' Tammany Assured. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New Y'ork, Sept. 30. A special to the World from Columbus, unio, gives an interview with Allen G. Thurman, in which he says that Senator Hill's speeches give Cleveland the assured support oi ammanv. which means that he will carry New York, and ventures his opiu ion that he will be elected. He charac terizes the campaign as the dullest he has ever known, aud denounces the force bill as a damnable measure which should be defeated. r tot It Ar COE. eetirL. W mer' fori. jot Claim to the largest. We are Best Company. A clean record occu i ears. oiin c. Dm: WHY, 3nt for North and South Carolina jtd.J A genu Wan ted Ualkigh, N. C. (;? "A, TO ASHKVILLE, to se V r " Ktv Summer Ronnd tht tmi,- .rWnae 1 ,H,U t,,C'F' KA titan licket, HrnW.ru' I M.f. ) It one t Ameii ,2 South IliIient Point of Observation In I'. S. Burned. ByTelegraph to the State Chronicle. Denver, Col. Sept. 30. The famous signal station building was burned last 1 i 1 IT 1 ! i 1 1 "1 -lT J 1 II. nignt. vy niie tne Duiiaing was useu uytue weather bureau it was the highest point of observation in the United States. This year it was utilized as acaffe for passen gers on the Cog Road. New Spanish minister Formally Pre sented. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. The new Spanish minister to the U., S. senor Enrique Dupuy de Lome was formally presented to the President to-day by the Secretary of State. The usual cordial- Only One Speech in V irginia. By Telegraph to t he State Chronicle. Richmond, Va., Sept. 30. Chairmau Mattson, of the local democratic com mittee, has received a letter from Sena tor nill, stating that he will be able to make but one speech in Virginia, during the present campaign, owing to other campaign engagements. That speech will be made at Lynchburg on Oct. 26. IUr. Henry's Canvas. Cor. Stat;- Chronicle. KiksxuN, N. C, Sept. 30. We can't kt th?s opportunity and occasion value of town lots is 82,204.613. e .?.?! pe us, we must relieve ourselves by expressing in a brief way our un bounded appreciation of the good things we have heard in the past twenty-four honrs, a they were la delled out by one of N rth Caroliuas young and ardent democratic canvas sers. No truer patriot ever entered the political arena of this county than the great burly young athlete, V . R. Henry, of Henderson, N. C, a perfect giant in statue and intellect, lhe reputation and impression this well read political evangelist is making in section is something David B. Hill Preparing for Canvass. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 30. Senator David B. Hill is preparing a number of speeches. He will speak in this city some time next month, thence to Vir ginia and will devote the last two weeks our immediate ot the campaign to xsew iorK, inaiana. grand and glorious, lhe finest per Connecticut and iSew jersey. suader it has been our good fortune to Senator Sherman lu Ohio. u" " u; By Telegraph to the state Chronicle. tor mree ana a ran nours ne maae Fairfield, Ohio, Sept. 30. Senator the strongest and most patriotic ap- Jno. Sherman spoke here to day on the Deal to the erring brethren that we ities were exchanged , She Declines the Honor. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New York, Sept. 30. Mrs. Gilmore, in a graceful letter to the Herald, has de clined the monument the Herald sug gested raising by popular subscription to the memory of her husband, the late band-master. While acknowledging her gratitude Mrs, Gilmore says the request ,1 1 . il is in accordance with the wisnes oi tne dead. Cash in Treasury Increasing. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. It is estima ted that the public debt statement to be issued to morrow will show an increase in cash in the treasury over September 1 of 2,750,000. have yet heard. Last night for two hours he roasoned upon and poured forth the grand principles of demo cracy completely captivating his vast audience with hU beautiful, appro- 'n 6treet. Ashevin juy5-2Hmo ' Improvement Over Last Year. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. New Y'ork, Sept. 30. The business failures during the last seven days, as re ported by R, G. Dun & Co., number for the United States 177, Canada 31, total 208, as compared with 211 last week, 182 the week previous to the last and 230 for the corresponding week of last year. Noted Dramatic Author Suicides. By Cable to the State Chronicle. Paris, Sept. 80. Hector Jonathan Cremreux, the noted dramatic author committed suicide to-day by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. Cremreux was born in Paris, November 1fl 1SW and baa boen Vnnwn aa ft Kiirv I i .. . I ces-sful dramatist for many years. They Fear the Cholera. By Telegraph to the Chronlcle City of Mexico, Sept. 30 project of a National railroad excursion to the United States has been abandoned on account of the fear of cholera. occasion of the general and formal open ing of the campaign by tie republicans of Ohio. He recalled the fact that 38 years aero he had addressed the people of North Fairfield while a candidate for Congress, representing a party then without a name briefly sketching the his- priate and captivating language. He is tory of the republican party and contrast- indee(j a patriotic North Carolinian lug XI uu laai ui iuu ucuiucrauu pari v. TT. v , i tt" ,b , c -, . r. v7 His speeches in ana around Tvinston r !, -niiB u..iri tnnnnrt kve had remarkable influence and Proceeding to discuss the issues that will manifest its good effects on No- The separated the parties, the Senator placed vember 8. Long life and prosperity the tanil at the front a the most impor- to tne Democratic cause in this noble taut Wake's Tax Statement. Register of deeds, Millard Mial, yester day turned over to the sheriff the tax lists for 1892. The number of white polls is given at 3,927; colored 2,502. The number of acres of land listed is 536,971, valued at $3,731,069. The Of horses there are 2,595, value $177,997; of mules 3,122, value $187,961; of jacks 5, value $290; of goats 308, value $488; of cattle 8,672, value $85,099; of hogs 14,937, value $29,685; of sheep 2,49 value $2,J88. Farming utensils are val ued at 894,143; tools of machanics at 820,021; household and kitchen furni ture $289,935; provisions. 837,572; fire arms 8H175; libraries $17,638; scientific instruments, $3,483; money on hand $155,255; solvent credits $1,139,221; shares of stock in corporations, ic, 84, 031 ; and other personal property, 8723,526. The aggregate value of white real and personal property is $9,576,283, and of colored 8419,827. In comes are given as aggregating $30,575, bank stock 8261,650. The total State general and special taxes is $28,713.58; school taxes, $9,338.91, on polls, $14, 790.08 on white property, $601.01 on colored property, total $24,730; county taxes, $23,162.13; township taxes, $15, 985.39. The total of taxes is $92,387.62. The railway property, 6uch as tracks, rolling stock, etc., is valued at 8393,451; shares, $261,650: tax, $1,046.80. Mr. Harrison's Conditiou. By Telegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept 30. Late to-night Dr. Garduer reported no susceptible change in Mrs. Harrison. working man suffering from Thy the importation and employment of pauper labor instigated by his pro t'esscd friend, and seeking security for his interest in organized co operation still waits for a division of the advan tage secund to his employer uuder cover of a generous solicitude for his wags. Grover Cleveland's letter of Acceptance a biuet Meeting Yesterday. ByTelegraph to the State Chronicle. Washington, Sept. 30. The first meeting of the cabinet since the presi dent returned from Loon Lake whs held to-day. Ail the members were present. The session was of short duration. o'd State. Too much cannot be said of our worthy chairman, F. M. Sim mons for the perfect system in which he is running the canvass in North Carolina. Democrat. Died at the Age of 99. By Cable to the State Chronicle. Berlin, Sept. 30. Gen. Carl Muller, the last surviving officer, who took part in the battle of Waterloo, died to-day in Hanover. He was 99 years old. My wife cured of malaiia by Simmons Liver Regulator. J. N. lhoinpson, pas tor M. E. church, Leigh, Neb. Tariff legislation presents a famil iar form of Federal taxation. Such legislation results as surely in a tax upon the daily lite ot our ptopie as the tribute Daid directly into the hand of the tax gatherer. We fee the burden of these tariff taxes too palpably to be persuaded by any sop histry that they do not ex"i3t or are naid bv foreigners. Orover Lltve l J o land's Letter of Acceptance. Tariff reform is still our purpose. though we oppose the theory that tariff laws may be passed having for their object the granting of discri minating and unfair Governmental aid to private ventures, we wage no exterminating war against any Amer ican interest Grover Cleveland '$ Ijet- ter of Acceptance. The farmer is learning that the. prices ot his products are fixed in foreign markets, where he suffers $21. The Tyler Desk Co,, of St Loiii, Mo. , have just thrown on the market an elegant Standard Antique Oak, 4 ft. i in.. Roll Curtain Desk, complete 'n every de tail. F. O. H. St. 1 ionls, for 121. and T, ft , same style and finish, for ?i net. soot CHs.h. See their card in this issue. Send your order direc. or send for special circu lar. Bank counters and government work a specialty. Send In your floor plans for designs and prices. i: Siandard-Bred Mlisg E:::::. I will havo mv third annnal ealonf Stnd ard Bred Trotting ilorsea Friday, oem ber the 11th next, ud will sell at auction, to the hiifhei't bidder, about forty head, conmrt ing of Brood Mares with foal to 1'amlico, f.u ot Meander, and to Franklin Chief, con of J en Krankli and to other ttandnrt-Lred t-tal-lionn. Ara'ng them are grauridhnpli'cr of Uamblofitr.an Id, fire of the mighty uwire WilkcV, the greit Electioneer and Happy M diiim, sire ot the pe rler Nancy Hanks, rec ord V:' 5 (the fafteet n the world); I'riucej.M, sire of 3 in the list; lien Franklin, W n the 2:4'.) lit; Daniel Lam-rt, h in th 2-l list; Ariutoi., 11 ir, the 2:3') ht; lUppv Medi um, 75 in the 2;30 bat: George w iike, so in tl.o 2:) 'ist Also "-ne, two and ibree year old nil en from tandrd-bred mart s by r'andard bred stallions. Five trotting-bred gelding, and four beautifnl standard-bred young tril lion Irom Frack in Chief, the gret-t nre ot ha dsome and speedy colte m the Mate. No torsos so beautiful, so well bred and o vtln able were ever gotten together in North Caro lina, as will be sold at ta.s sale Turtle own ing tand rd-bred stock, or pv.ck t.y ttandard bred etallio e, who ill cernp;y with my term, can have thur stck put in my ca'alogne apri cold at th'H sale, by making arrangements with me by t-r bfore October 20th rjrxt. Cata logues will te ready by )ctober 2ih, and all who lel interestl in this 'e can t ave olo mailed to them on application in writing. B. V. wILLIaM.ON, BlRn9 Fa r View Farm, Falngh, N. C. TYPEWKITEHS. Headquarters for the world; all makes; don't PAY manufacturer's exorbitant prices; we ship anywhere, giving thorough examination before accepting; absolutely first-class condition guaranteed; pos-ltively all makes at about or less than half price; exchangieg a specialty; instruments ren from a enmnftitinn inriU"! rd built a anywnere; largest sioc in tne orm; irom a competition inyitca . na built fcWQ fcntlre fi:tjT:i devoted exclnsively to up by the (protectivej sy stem he 13 typewriters; see commercial rating foronr asked to sunoort Gcover Cleveland s responsibility; illustrated catalogues ar;d SUppi Letter of Acceptance. I had catarrh of the head and throat for five years. I used Ely's Cream Balm, and from the first application I was re lieved. The sense of smell, which had been lost, was restored after using one bottle. I have found the Balm the only satisfactory remedy for catarrh, and it has effected a cure in my case. II. L. Meyer, Waverly, N. Y. specimens free TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS, 31 Broadway New York, I4 Monroe St, Chicago. p3 WANTED. A young business man who has had a number of yearn experience, desires a po sition in some busir.esrf house in Ra!elgh or some North Carolina town. Can assist at book keeping. Addiess "i." aep24-3t Care Chronicle."