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The chief of t.e bureau of ordnance of the navy de p d iluent, in his annual report, says that au impropriation of 2,459,324 will be required for the fiscal yeir ending June 30. 1S94; $2,000 000 of this amount will go to .varus the armament of vessels au thorized. Marked progress has been made, in the development of smokeless powd-.-r. During the past year 1.500 pounds (if it have been made at the New Port torpedo station, and its test in va l iuiis ways gave most gratify ing results. Tiie la )ur troubles at Homestead put a teirpiuary stop to the armor manufac lured i.y Caret-l'uipps .fe Co., but Auik iids again bten begun and it is h pc i that m a short time the total ii iLur product of this and tie Bethlehem Iiou compamts will reach (100 or TOO tons of linislied plates per month. Tn I)u)m Treuxury Maleuiriit. l!y Ti lenrapli to .State Chronicle. Washington, Nov. 22. The "ten days'' fclateuient issued at the treasury department to day shows that the net gold balance is $12:$,G01.4.')8, a decrease of 1,030 000 during this month, and more than 2,000,000 since the first of the taU-ndar year. Since the first of the tHcal year, however, by extra exer tion this gold balance has been increa-ied more t'u in $3,000,000. The receipts at New .rk for the past 20 days have not shown the falling off anticipated but have actually iucreased over the corres bonding period of Ust November, 500, 000 Alioul Dhk npwrt'M Fecn. By Te'.p-iiiipii to State rliroulcle. Vv'ashisuton, Nov. 22 Secretary Foster, of the treasury department, to da received an open letter addressed to him by Congressman Fitch, chairman of the House investigating committee, re ending tUe payment of moneys to John I. Davt nport, chief supervisor of New York, "fees and marshals' " expenses. The St-cietarv would not indicate whether he would withhold payment of Mr. Dav enport's accounts as requested by Mr. Fnch. Alwtract nt' Nobles' lie port. By Teleriu'ti to state Chronicle. Wamiincjtox, Nov. 22 Secretary Nobles hiiideil in an abstract of the an nu.tl n port of the interior department of the President this morning The Stcerlary is taking a strong interest in tl.fVp. :'?'J(,e-,T"'f r the agreemen- for tlw or.e.'o'. W. SdaO.f'i, . lie believes that n' t.n rL-V- pi. shed, Oklahoma will soon be in a posi tion both as regards territory and popula tiou to be admitted as a state. J uikilee li'('iiiaM (lualilieM. By Telegraph to state Chiouicle. Washinot.in, Nov 22. The ex secre tat y of the national republican cai ipaign committee, lion. Louis E. McComas. of Maryland, recently wppointed a justice of the s lpreme court, of the District of Cohnu'.jia, (juilitied this morning and dueled upon his new duties. N eoliaiioii- Will Soon Close, lly lYleifrapii to Stale c hronicle. Wxsiiington. Nov. 22 - -The negotia tions to modify the Berlin Samoau treaty in progress for some time at Washington, London and Berlin w ill soon close. The reposed eharige are important only as the ill t- expected to lead to a more har mohiot's condition of thimrs in Samoa. Considered 'I'opies of the Message. I Telegraph to the State Chronicle. W.iMiix(iTus, Nov. 22 At the cabi net meeting to day the principal topice .f ihe President's message were cou s ill, -red. Flames Kunlii in a Colliery. I'.y Telecrnjih to State Chronicle. Scranton, Penn., Nov. 22. Fit i ce i! lines are raging in the Ilolden Col!i--ry a Tay lorville, live miles from this city. L'ist niL;ht a force of workmen endeav or1 d to n arh the subterranean furnace which is 2.000 feet from the bottom of the shaft, but the after damp which til cd the gangway quickly overcame them and (Lie by one the men fell in the gangway. A rescuing p'irty provided themselves with the necessary safeguards, went into the gangway and fourteen prostrated miners were carried out unconscious. Then another force was formed under Superintendent Davies o try and get a ho-'e upon the tiie. They too were over come by the poisonous vapors and they were rescued and carried out, so n uch overcome that the physicians doubl the recovery of live. l lt i lim ill Railway Oilleers. By Tell -graph to stae Chronicle. Nkw Yokk, Nov. 22 At a meeting of the direr tors of the East Tennessee, Vir Lr nil Mr.d Georgia company, to day. Mr. W. G. Oikmaii was re elected president and General Sain Thomas was re elected t the ( trice of chairman of the board, which t'e resigned last March at the time i f the innouncement of the Alcott plan reorganization, uenerai inomas was . - nil I eUc'ed a director of the Richmond Terminal comp iny in place of Mr. George I. G uld, who had declined to serve. Collision in r;orla. lly Telegraph lo State Chronicle. Gkikkix. Ga.. Nov. 22 Two tiains co h ied near Vaughn's station on the Central road to day. George Clark, of Giiilin. was fatal hurt. Several other trains men were badly injured. The ac cident was due to the failure of the te egraph operator to deliver orders. An Ex-snalor'w Daughter .Married. By Teli graph to state t 'hronicle. Camdkx, N. J., Nov. 22 Miss Helen Se weli, daughter of ex United States Senator W. J. Se'well. was to-day mar ried to Charles L Borie, son of the late Adolph Borie, secretary of the navy under President Grant. Test Vote Is Against Smith. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 22. 'Hiis after noon a vote was taken on sustaining Professor Smiths objection to charge 1 It resulted it 18 ayes (for Smith) to 43 runs U.'ainst Smith). This sustains the cli ir.c as sufficient in form and legal elTict. U is the first real test vote in the ca-e. The I'etlleoated Politician. By Teiegrarh to State Chronicle. Tm-f ica. Kas.. Nov. 22. Mrs. Lease, wii i is here said about the United States senatorship "I shall not enter the ractj fur the place, the office should seek the woman as well as the man." Til E VATCH RACE. There May be a Race Sailed Willi I) ii ii raven. 3y Telegraph to State Chronicle. New Yokk, Nov. 22. The committee of the New York yacht club late last night, after discussing Lord Dunraven's letter, sent him the following cable: "If all reference to former and obso lete deds is omitted, the proposition in your letter of the 7th of November is satisfactory, and we will recommend the New York Yacht club to accept." According to the terms of the letter and the acceptance of them in all but one instance it is evident that the New York Yacht Club is desirous of having a race. The single point of difference is in the question of the "mutual consent" clause which is almost identical in the three deeds of gift, and therefore when all re ference to the old deeds is stricken out of Dnnraven'a letter there is really no change in it, the meaning being exactly the same with the dates of 1857 and 1882 left out. From a high source in the New York Yacht Club it was learned to day that Dunraven has written a letter pii vately to a friend in this city in which he has ex pressed himself as being willing to accept the conditions which the New York Yacht Club hold out, and that the letter published is only an attempt to ob tain as many concessions as possible. There seems now to be no doubt but that a race will be sailed during the sum mer of 1893. This is the conviction of the committee of the New York yacht club who will have in hand the matter of recommending the acceptance of such a challenge as Dunraven wishes to send, and already speculation has been begun as to whether a new boat will have to be built or not. But this depends on whit Lord Dunraven will do. No difficulty will be experiocced to obtain builders enough if necessary. The recommendation will be immedi ately made by the committee of five to the New York yacht club that the chal- lage be accepted when it is received if sent. A special meeting of the club will have to be made. KMiaiTS OP LABOR. The Resolution on the I Hiou Shoe maker' Label. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 22. Everything at this morning's session of the Knights of Labor had the appearance of a conven tiou nearing its close. Although there is no disposition to shirk debate, the de sire seemed to be to hurry business through. A resolution was adopted this merning as follows: Whereas, National Trade District No 21G (Shoemakers) is endeavoring to se cure the introduction and general sale of shoes bearing the yellow label, and Whereas, The action of alleged inter national organization of shoemakers granting the use of a blue label, re .rqr-Mcfa or wnetner tne concerns ate At au (.a u&a s an outrage upon or f"7r""'T . , 'V.'own red means an traae laoeis into u.or - -- - . ... be it Resolved, That this general assembly calls upon every subordinate assembly of the order to use every effort to increase the demand for the yellow labeled Knight of Labor shoe. And we denounce the methods adopted by the "fake" unions to introduce a "fake" label and ould warn all fair minded consumers not to allow themselves to be used to assist in destroying the only original and fair shoe label upon the market the yellow label of the Knijrhts of Labor. It was ( rdtred that the headquarters proper, in Philadelphia, be sold. The officers were also authorized to select as permanent headquarters one of thiee cities, Niagara Falls, Columbus, O , or Baltimore, Md. A preferenie vote re sulted in Niagara receiving 34 votes, Columbus 21 end Baltimore 18. The general officers were authorized to select for the next annual meeting either Bos ton, Chicago or New Orleans. A Fake Story About a Hank Closing. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Bay City, Mich., Nov. 22. The ru mor got around tins morning mat me People's Saving Bank had closed its doors and const quently at 11 o'clock the street was thronged by people who were anxious to get their money. The story was a fake. Everything was in a state of excitement and the bank was jammed with excited men and women. The bank is in a per fectly safe condition and is in better shape than ever. When the people be gan to crowd and make a run on the cashier, Albert Mosher, the millionaire iumoerman, was sent for, and after gath ering all available cash he came to the scene at once. He told the depositors that tie bank would bi open until mid night, if necessary, so as to allow all those who wished to get their money. This partly restored confidence, but the run is still on, and thousands of dollars are being drawn. Fire Among a Chicago Editor's Effects By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Pasadena, Cla., Nov. 22. The resi dence of Joseph Medill, editor of the Chicago Tribuue, with its contents, ex cept a little furniture was totally des troyed by hre this morning. Ihe nre was caused by the carelessness of a ser vant throwing hot ashes in a pine box in the rear of the house. The loss 13 about $30,000, and the insuiance $20,000. The whole household escaped injury by a hasty flight. No Steamers From Liverpool toN, Y. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. New York, Nov. 22. The agents of the Guion Line in this city said this af ternoon that all that was known in icgari to the discontinuance of service between Liverpool and New York was that they had received a cable dispatch yesterday stating that no vessel belonging to the Guion Line would sail from Liverpool for the next three weeks. -o - - Will Erect a Steel Plant. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Reading. Pa , Nov. 22. Negotiations are pending between a steel syndicate renresentiug $4,000,000 and Jonas E. Halter, of Muhlenburg township, for the purchase of his farm of 170 acres. The syndicate, it is believed, wul erect a i.iant similar to that at Steelton, near iiarriaburg. 45 . To Inspect World's Fair rounds. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Atlanta. Ga . Nov. 22 A committee of thirly members of the Georgia legisla ture, headed by Governor Northen, President Clay, of the state senate, Speaker Atkinson, of the house of repre sentatives, and accompanied by the rep reseutativea of all the Georgia daily papers will leave to-morrow for Chicago to inspect the World's Fair grounds. A meeting of the presidents and man agers of Southern railroads has been called at Atlanta, Ga., for December 8, to consider the question of direct trade between the south and Europe. RALEIGH, S WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1892. THE MONETARY CONGRESS. AMERICANS DECLINE TO Till-IK HAND SHOW Altiionsh Reqiiented bv Austrian and ferinan Dele;ateH Who Will Oppose Moiioriirtalini--Openinr Speeelieh. By (.'able to Chrnuicle. Brussels, Nov. 22. The international monetary conference nu t at the Palais des Academies at 3 n. m. to dav. Tl e following countries are rt presented : The United States of America, Austria, Hun gary, Belgium, France, Germany, Grett Britain, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Rouniani Ru&ia, Strvia, Spain, Sweden. Norway and Switzerland. M. Beerneart in opening the conference expressed the hope that the delegates would reach an understanding as to the best mean8 for the rehnbiUation of silver and that to this ei d thev shviM m-.k- the Latin union the foundation of a ast international agreement us to the coinage of gold and silver. Mr. Bernuert was warmly received bv the American and French delegates but evoked fewer signs of approval from the delegates of Aus tria, Germany and Eugiand Senator Montieriero Lvi, who was elected chairman of the conference, spoke at considerable length. He followed the general lines of M. Beernaert's ad dress and made no pretense of symp ithy with the gold bugs. After reviewing the numerous efforts to regulate the rtla tions of the mc-tals both through national and international conferences, he described the present condition of the world's monev as neeuliar for its tinnre- I ppdp nt..,l instil. -htTT TVin Autir: A .a cedented instability. The daiiv dis turbances of commerce and fluctuations of the so-called standards of value he ascribed to the unsteadiness of the silver market. Ihe situation hid becom.; so fraught with trouble, and danger to the financial world, that the time had come f jr delegates to such a conference as the present one to sink purely, individual or national interests and should do their work for the benefit of the whole com mercial world. The speech of Edwin II. Terrell, who was elected vice chairman, was awaited with keen interest as it was expected to contain some hints as to the course to be pursued by the American commissioners. It was however a purely formal recogci tion of welcome on behalf of the: Ameri can delegation. Several delegates requested the Amer ican representatives to give the d tails of their plan, as the vvordmg of the invita tion to the conference had been too vague to convey any clear idea of its con ceit object. This the Americans de clined to do, but they promised to sub mit their proposals one hour before the next session. After arranging the de tails of the procedure the conference ad journed till Friday. The conference will sU three days iaeich week. There is'R? : doubt in the tngiisn, Ger man and Austral- 44t&9i.,44J f2ik,w a dog-iu the manger policy. so f ir as I can be ascertained none of them have j come with the idea of making a serious proposal for the rehabilitation of silver and they wil assume a purely negative attitude towtrd any such propo.at com ing from the United States or France. The Austrain government does not care to burden itself with any more condi tions as to its currency, while in the midst of its currency, reform and the concurrent coinage of new money. Ger many would mder no circumstances tole rate anytiiing like even a partial aban donment of m ouometalism, not only because the whole academic sentiment of the country seems to be against it, but also becaue such a course would benefit France. In b"th Austria and Germany the allusions of the press to the conference are almost without exception to the effect thxt it represents the efforts of the silver producing states in America to enhance their product at the expense of the rest of the world. Every observer of the Austria and Get man delegates in the conference to day could remark their opposition, in fact, they were the ones responsiole for the n quest that the Americans should show their baud at once. 1 hey, together with the English delegates, will be the leaders of every effort to render futile any work attempted by the LnOed States or members of the Latin union. The Panama Canal Scaiulal. By Cable to Slate Chronicle. London, Nov. 22 The Standard's Paris correspondent says that the family of M. de Lesseps keeps him in uttei ig norance of the progress of affairs against the Panama canal company, fearing that the shock that would be entailed upon him by the knowledge of what the g.v ernment is doing would have serious e n sequences. ILs health is good, but ho is so enfeebled that he is obliged to k assistance from his wife or children to move from his chair to the dining table. It is supposed that under these c'ecum stances M. 'de Lesseps wiii not be com pelled to appear in court. According to the News M R;card's anxiety to prosecute'the directors is said to be due to the fact that as mayor of Rouen, he entertained de Lesseps royally, and was instrumental in having many shares subscribed for in orm indy. He is therefore desirous of showing that he acted in good faith. Much f peculation cxist3 concerning the death of B imn Reinach A dispatch to the News pays that when deLahaye mentioned the "evil genius of the Panama company," it was tupposed he refemd to Baroa Reinach, lr.3e death startled the wond of politicians with whom lus relations, peisonal, direct or indirect, were extensive. He was the head and centre ot a sort of syndicate of press and parliament ry wire pullers for the rannma company who are down in the schedule as having eaten up ia one sec of officers nearly GO,- 000,000 francs, and in other set of a sum not much smaller. The general opinion is that the Baron committed suicide owing to the theft of papers that showed that he was com ororuised in the Panama scandal The Figaro, of Pat is, savs, however, that he was full blooded, tiad a short nrck, and was a likely subject for appo- plexy Foreign Rrevities. A cable message from Paris sa-s the Panama canal prosecution has begun Summonses in 'he criminal proceedings were served on Count Ferdinand and PharlcQ dp Lessens, ou M. Eiffel, the builder of the Eiffel tower, and ethers, A cable message from Paris says the court of appeals has ordered vhat the child, Gladys, abducted by Mrs. iicacon shall be returned to the convent waence she was formerly kept, until a decision nf the suit now pending at Grasse and Aix. This is virtually a triumph for Mrs. Deacon, DEMOCRATIC JIEL.UIiF. Wliat Politl-ian arc Sayina; and Io inu: lit ;othain. By Telegraph to state Chronicle. New York, Nov. 22. To-days Even ing Sun has the following political notes: The democratic politicians who linger in town had several thirgs : talk about to-day. The subject of tte election of a successor to Senator Frank Iliscock was disposed of by saying that it looked as if Chairman EiwarJ Murphy Jr, of the demoenvie state committee, w.uid have a walk evt.r for the place. No serious opposition to Mr. Murphy has developed. The anti snappers would defeat him if they could, but they cannot defeat anybody now. The election of Mr. Murphy, as matters cow stand, ap pears to be assured. The rep rt that Mr Clevelan 1 would use his influence against the election of Mr Murphy is not con firmed. The politicians say that Mr Cleveland will not intei fere in the matter in any manner. Senator Gorman has returned to the city from his home hi Maryland. He is staying at the Fifth Avenue hotel and wiii be here several days. Hon. Don M. Dickinson is expected back from Washington tow it d the end of the week. The crowd of Illin is democrats who came here soon after the election are still in the city. The leaders of the Illinois oontiugent are Congressman Cable, Judge Lambert Tree and ex-Mayor Car ter Harrison, of Chicago. These Chicago democrats waut a few good cabinet offi cers for their state and they -ire not back ward in sayi.ig so. Ii iiddition to cab -net offi :es, they will take any other good places they can get These gentlemen .' have called ou Mr. ( 1 veland several tliriCS. II E (i(II TO M A R V LA N 1. The President-Elect and Two Friends Oil' tor a J a lint. By Telegraph to Slate Chronicle. Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 22 Pnsi dent elect Cleveland is on his way to Exmore, Md , for a two weeks gunning and fishing trip. He left Jersey City at 8:15 o'clock to night in company with Charles Jefferson, son of Joseph Jtller Sou, in the private car of General Super inteudent Kenny, of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore railroad. The train arrived at Broad street station at 11 o'clock and here Clark Davis, editor of the Public Ledger, au intimate friend of Mr. Cleveland, joined the latter, and his associate. The three will be the entire composition of the pa-ty. A reporter of the United Press sent his card to the President elect by a porter but Mr. Cleveland declined t be seen. The porter's answer WiiS that "Mr C evehmJ says he can't read wiitting." Every effort was made to keep the destination of the distinguished party a secret, but the place to which the private car whs bound was learned from a conductor. "Mr. Cleveland," Mr. Da', is said while he was awaiting the arrival of the train, "th;nk it but just that the public should to get rid o . ..e euiii.u , dence which is piling in upon 1 hin.--, and also to absent himself from the many c.diers which he has been compelled to receive since his election." Persistent questioning failed to make the editor divulge anything definite and it, was when the train was about to leave that the conductor quietly told the des tination. The train, which is the Old iiit Comfort and Norfolk express, goes down the Delaware railroad after leaving Wilmiugtou, Dei., which place it reachtd at midnight. The trio are amply pre pared for a genuine sportsmans jaunt. Two Trains Meet Fatal Results. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Omaha, Neb., Nov 22. A wreck oc curred on the Union Pacific railroad to dny, caused by a collision between the overland flyer due in Omaha at 10:4.1 this morning and a freight. The freight had been doing some switching and h:;d just pulled out of the Alda yard wheu the flyer rounded a curve and the two trains crushed together. Both eugines were cotnpkt dy w recked. The baggage and postal cars were telescoped and the freight curs piled on top of the broken mass. The killed are Engineer Birrett, En gineer McDonald, Conductor Keeler and Fireman Owens The injured are Fireman Castillo, fa tally hurt; Mail Clerk Lyons, fatally hurt ;Br-ikemanSutherland,badiy crushed and scalded. Onlv one passenger was hurt, and he but slightly. Damage by the Storm. By Telegraph to state Chronicle. Seattl.-:. Was a.. Nov 22. R eports of the st. rtu throughout the state are worse to day and the prospects are that rail communication will be abandoned for several days at least Additional deaths are reported, and also additional washouts on the Northern Pacific main line between Seattle and Tacoma, and on 'he fortland route Manv larmers throughout the entire western portion of the slate have lost all their stock by diowning, and none in the rich and ex tensive valleys have escaped. A Duel With Fists. By Telegraph to state Chronicle. Bowlino Green, Ky., Nov. 22. F'idav Mr. Guy Kelly, of Nasheviile, arrived hire aci "muauied by six friends and challenged Mr. Carl IP rdman of this city to a duel. Mr Ilerdmau accopted and chose hsts Ihe "mil. was pro gressiag when the police appeared and irrested principals, seconds and the referee. A your g lady was the subj-t of contention. .Measles on a Quarantined Ship. iy Telegraph to Stale Chronicle. Norfolk, Va., Nov 22. An epidemic of measles has broken out ou the quar antine steamship Wiemar at Cape Charles Surgeon Hutton of the marine hospital service has te'egraphed Sister Isidore at St. Vincent hospital for a de tail of Sisters of Charity as nurses and two went down this morning. Two more will goto morrow. Will Carry the Stars and Stripes. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 22. The Con fed erate Veterans' association here adopted a resolution that the stars and stripts be carried by the association on all public occasions as well as the Confederate 11 tg. Three Persons Uurned Alive. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Pittsburg, Pa, Nov. 22 Hirman Danahauer, with his wife aud daughter, were cremated this morning by the t urn ing of their house in Shaipsburg. If aliped for Murder. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Huntington, W. Va. Nov. 22 Allen Harrison was hanged this afternoon for killing Lis sweetheart Bettie Adams, last April, EVADED ALL QUESTIONS AND THE :OVEIlMI.NT FAILED TO MAKE A CASE. The First of the t.rcat Inter-Mate Cases ICCKiilted In atl Acquittal lor Want of Evident e The (Mit ers Dismissed. By Telegraph to state Chronicle. Chicaoo, Nov. 22. The trial id the first of the great inter slate cases, that of the United Spates vs. Thomas Miller, agent of the Chicago, Burlington and Quiccy Railroad began before Judge Bunn in the United States district court this morning. The specific unlawful acts charged are that during the summer of 1S90 the defendant gave to A. II. Warren ifc Co , and Wright ..y. Hoy, Ne braska shippers, certain rates per 100 pounds for the transportation of corn from Addison, Ashland, Red Cloud and other p lints to Chicago, which rates were lower than the published tariff rate on file with the int-i -state coimiKrce commission at Washington. Thomas A. Wright, a member of the firm of Wright and Hoy. was the tir.-t witness ealied. His examination had not proceeded f;,r before Attorney H)hcs asktd: "Ought not the witness to be he admonished of his coi.stitutioiial right?' "The witness need not answer any question tendirgto incriminate himself," said the court. The witi.es.s thereupon declined to give answer to the qucs-timi: "Do you know whether any rate h-.-s than the ianff rate wis alioA-ed your firm hy Thomas Mi ler ou grain shipuitnts'" and he was soon excused Chas. B. II y was next called and alsn declined to answer impo tant tpn stions fhe same proceed ing as repeated i) Vice Pusident Peasly of the Buiiingiou road, who also re I used to produce tiie company's books "That is our case," said Mr Gdciist, : wiih a sigh, resumiug his at. i Iheie was a moment of silence, tin u Judge Bunn said: "The government having failed to produce evidence suf fi. ient to convict the dt fondant the emu t instructs the jury to retire and to find a verdict of "not guilty' against the de fendaut " Mr. Gilchrist said that in view of a fact that the evidence ou other similnr cases 0:1 the calender, with one excep tion, of a similar character, he th ught that they might as well be dismissed. Judge Bunn thereupon nolled the in dictments against Egan, Johnson, Fir mench and the Swifts, and continued the Base against Sariggs on the represen t .tion of the government that there was better evidence agaiust him than the others. Mr. St fiord, of the irtcr state com mission, at ter the disposition of the cases, said: "We had no evidence ex cept such as could be produced from participants in the offenses The result of the trial demonstrates the immediate duty of congress to change the law. That the law has been violated goes without saying, for the witnesses interposed the fact of criminality to avail themselves of their cousV'ional privilege. We have tried eai fj .r.nd honestly to secure convictions in these cav The irgiuia Methodists In Sesslo. Vet. I By Telegraph to State Chronicle. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 22. The Meth odist Episcopal Conference met this morning at SJ:30 o clock with Rev. A. C. Bledsoe, by appointment of the bishop. in the chair. Religious services was conducted by Rev. W. H. Christian Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The report of the Sun day School board was pre Hinted by R.-v E. M. Peterson. This "report shows au increase in the number of scholars of 2,187. There had been 3.038 con versions. The board had collected Sl.U07.C2 and expended $1,401 in help ing weak Sunday schools, leaving a bal ance of $248 7.1. Tiie board of church extension reported the amount collected through the year $3,903 70 The share of this conference was $1.9.11, which was distributed to help build churches. Rev. P A. Petersen in a most happy uml com plimentary speech pre-cnttd to Dr. Paul VV'tilchead, in behidf of the body, -in recognition of his character and hi faithtul service for thirty six yeais as secretary of the conference, a gold pen a pair 1 f gold glasses and an elegant goid watch. Trouble With It. and O. Operators. By Telegraph to state liroioi le. Cincinnati. O.. N v. 22 The t !e graph operators employed ou all the im portant railroad systems are just now bestirring themselves General Manager Ilams'-y, of the Big Four, has had a con ference with a grievance committee rep resenting the operators employed on that sy tern and will n ply to their de mands on the 30th "We met the committee as employees of our eompanv, not as representatives of the order of railroad telegraph operators," said he, "and as employees we w.ll treat with them While we know that many of our employees, especially the firemen and engineers, are members of laijor organizations we have never conferred with any of them on any matters Kh-ting to compensation, except as employees."' Inasmuch as the Order of Railroad TV h gr.iphers demands recognition as a body, ihe trouble with tiie Big Four operators may not be so quickly settled as it was w 'uh the Op-en aud Crescent ofiicUis, who have agreed to recognize the order. Tiie Kaiser Ope us tiie ICt i. Itstny;. By I ahle to state Chroi.icle. Bkhlin, Nov. 22. The Kaiser c pi ned the Reichstag to day. Iri his addie-s he said that he regretted that the c'lolera had caused such suffering and loss of life in portions of the empire. He cherished the hope that Germany would not e dis turbed in the peaceful tasK of promoting her economic interests. Nevertheless the development of the m litary po ver in other states of Europe imposes on Us the duty of strengthening the defective capac ity of the tmptre by dra-tic measures. The federal government is unanimous in proposing the adoption of a biil modify ing the peace tllective, while rendering it possible to utilize the defensive power to the fullest extent. The sp-ichap peared to make an excellent impression. A Newspaper Oitiee Hunted. By Telegraph to State Chronicle. UAKiiibHJKu, Pa., Nov. 22. The Morning Patriot building was burned this morning. The morning edition hal just been run off wheu the conflagration took place. Several per-ous were severely burned. Loss $od.0O0. llanqiiet to Fan. By Telegraph to state Chronicle. Lincoln, Neb, Nov. 22. Patrick Egan was tendered a complimentary ban quet at the Hotel Lincoln last night by John Frzgerald, ex president of the Iri6h National League of America. no. 22;;. SAM SM ILL oni.. "From the Itar lo the Pulpit" Wednes day Evening Next. Rev. S;tm Small. f Gt o'gia. is fi.vor ably rerr.cmxred in Knhigh. lie hi t 1 urea here stvtrVi months " ai d .n much applau-e for the masterly wsv in wh eh he har.d'.ed 1 is sunjtct. He i nr. orator a quick, mrv.-us. but powerful speaker. IPs hearers are all at' tni.T.. Every eye is ..pen ..nd iv.ry tar i pruned, tag.r to fitch the w.odi its tin t full from his !i Ai d he i . ..mii. again. By spcchtl arrangement he w; i appear it Metropolitan 11-,'.! Motid-tv evening next and he is m re p .wi rf-V. thanevtr. It is hoped t! a' a Ur-e house will greet him. S :its ,"o, .,r. i 25 cents, will be pl.tc- d on ssle to m..r row at W. H. King A: Co "s drug store Talk lotitlhe oiitel. It having bet 11 quite a w ile sir.ee tl.,. people of this il have had th- p. ensure of Fifing a i-' w. ti. re is t atuiHilv quite a lot of inter--t in the i..,,v visible. S gr.-nt i this int- i.-t th .t some people were eadv a rdeht ,.r ago to j-u" up mi 'in y tha o f the planets wat the m t. .I ipi'.r is mi evening star ai d of .urse in ,- a g e it sh 'W, out .Mars was the particular planet which "lie mail .h elan d w.J.c comet The fact li that the comet c uld not be in a bitter p.Mt i mfor popular ub-,rva tion. Last ids. ht it was at theei iih of the h' avens aboiu ) ;; ,. "clock it is in the c.mstel! at. on A' d inue fa. and may be sc n with th. naked ,-ve, r ! I ter advantage wiih the aid i f au open glass a' its present position in the god'.-, near Beta, th central of the thice bright sfars which runs hilt rv!':y across f..,. sky from tin- coin, r of the -.pin.-Pegasus to the l ft ..f the live -!.t whl form the rude -" so u-pi. no.i the i.orih.rn heav. ns To tin i h the first girdle st ir is he c tne' ol 1 h . 11 ..f I should pot be mis'akfli foi 'he 11. at ni tillla ot Ai iir. Iliena, uliii'li n ..i higher up The lie.d '-f rtn op. r -jl .ss will prooably ioi.tal:i Is'th t. bnoi a. d comet. The 1 it t. r may be d lugo'sle d by its Oft p red cl..r, which wiii 1 w grow rapidly in bii'.li tncy and v. until it becon.t s more than four limes as l i as the mo. .n, wit!, a blazing c. i t. r . t dazzling brilliancy which wilt di-i;.. ar below the h- riz m in the carh moMiing hou' .s undiminished in m-.n.hei net. Sit pr.-me Curl. Ninth district arguments: State vs. Anderson and Slate vs. Me Knight, jrg!i d by attorney general for ihe state; Fulton vs R ils-rts and ('owies vi. Hall, continue.; Kidd vs Yeiiable, i.igiiil by Wats mi for plaintiff and Glenn for ! f tidant ; l'. 'd v Teague, argued by Hur'uti, B yd and Johnston by brit f for plaintiff; l;.d vs Insurance Company, argued by Idllird and Johnston by brie: for plaiirill and Hinsdale and Snow f-..r dt fend.ttit; J nr.c vs. Church, dismissed for failure to pros ocute; Foster vs link. -it, Jackson vs. Brewer, Speaks vs Speaks, Simps m vs Pegram, Cheruical Co. vs P.-gra u and Lunsford vs Heaks. continued. Opinions were handed down m f 1 lows: Martin vs (loode, from North ampton, reversed; Edwards vs. Cuiber son, from Chatham, modified so that tLe mrp vMained f plaintiff may be f Cey i . . H H(1 4,,.c!;lr.(, t lowed into the - a charge upon the same; S, ate vs. McKin ney, from Buncombe, no error; State vs. Fertilizer Co., from Orange, 1., i-rmr; State vs. Monger, from Moore, irnir, warrant di.-niis.sfd; Emry vs P..ik.r, from Halifax, dismiss, d ; E;h ridge vs. Davis, from Camdt 11, rmciri r. Executive Department evv,.. James II P hi, d iiiot-iaiic .-cn.afor from J htiston, and W. B Hei dets-.n, republican senator from Vaiut-, are ap pointed members of th'- M ite cnuvassino hoard, which units Diceinbir. The governor ..ff.-i, a r. -vard of j lull each for t ie unknown persons who last week lynched Carter Burnett, Colored, at Oxford". Military commissions have lt.cn issued as follows: C. A. First r rtm- uT. I'-r boro, Captain Car; W, J llrcys. !. i;-e nants S L. Hart and .1 W. (diaii.s; .. C. Third regiment, Hemics. n. O.t ti n P. T Jones, lifiiifti mi 1 R J. Sarin r land ami R E D m ; C ii s. c.,drt -oiment, Lumlu r Bridge, ("iplain S J Cobb, lieutenants A W. Hill. L Sha.v and J h Wnke Forest oil lor K no v ill.-. Special to suite i iiioim 1--. Wake Foiie-i. N (' . N v 22 Tin Wake Fori t f .t lull te-m It ft ibis afternoon for Knoxv.h.-, Ti tin.. win n they wiii play th- C'.iversitv of T.ii'it see 'in Thatiksgivi ig dav Toe ti am is in fine tra'rm g and exii.-et to h"ld r L. ir record for the scttson hy not gt tting tn-.n On the'r r'-turr. th-y wul p a A -he ville, N'Ttii arolina t alii w hich V.V.ki forest beat last year Tic: H- tiii wid play great bail on tlieir last tour nf the season B -tti-rs ar - going from Rd.-igh. Durham and A-h- vi If to tj , k tiie old goid and black. Henderson l.l: I.) l.l. t lrl. il ) . Hi eela! to -'a!'.- i l.l t . i ; HtMiEllsiiX. N. '., N -V 22 - Ti.e town to day let the contract f r Iight'i g f. .r a jtfiiod of live y. ais Mr. M oiri. VV. Tiiollla-, re- di lit Iliar.aofr i.f tle- Fort Wavne Eletrii'i Co., R chuiorid. Va.. put ihe d' 'd thr-illgh. Tin: town tnkc tw- nty arc 'iu plete lucar.di see nt at once. The arc about December -'' ts. A t.ew ai.d com ; .r;t w:., be put ii. .dits wid start up Onlir.il llatlH I on. I tutors, I Speeial t siate I 'hioi,i.ie. i Gkeln-ikiko. N. C, Nov. 22 A spe j cial meetir g of Ualeigli Divi-i -n, io 264, Order i f Railway Conductor.-, wiii j be held on Sunday, the 27th d tv of t Novemler, K2, at 10 o' iot k a. m , for ' the purp .se of nomina'iiig t t'icers for ' the tnsuir.g year and other iuiji irtar.t business 'I lie Strike at an t-tud. By Telegraph to sia'e t hroiiicie. ! Hum eteai. Pi.. N -v. 22 The td!i j cial existei.ee of the strikers famous ad visory board was ended at a meeting held las, night. Probably many more strik- ts will b-: re employed .hau wai at first thought possiioe. A heated canv- is being made in the Georgia legislature over the dicp isinon to be made of the II ur.e for Cor.ft.- ifr veterans. The Home was built by t-ub-scription raised by the late Henry W. firady, and the last 1 gi-la'ure rt jectei the home alihi'igh it was t tf red to the state as a fret- gift. The matter cornt:- up again to morrow. A disr atch from Wilmington, Del., says the Baltimore and Oido railroad compiny has vcetpted the new schedule of wages submitted to them by the order or R iiir rad Ttlegr.pher aud it wid go into effect on December 1. :p"e! Keef Tea mid Celery, Hot Iemotadr hi d ot-er hT r;nk. Sale of Valuable Real Estate. Py HV.-h'-r'Ty .f h corse r.t jmt. merit of the -;:;-er:or . mrt of W Ke com fv h.jiu sell. 1. en r;.d W K lvSs alii' N I' .!on , h"r sid cors v I.oi.t-a I. Csby s:. : hrr-, e :.t r d for I r ji;r , Ot lii.,ki:.s- -i;. t.i hxy ie-tnfrf m ff-i-'t an t eh .r. s-i lortt 111 a j- i'we -m n, 1 1 , ator vm .! .i!io .1 wil.- H.'nosn-ir.-c. r of Mar A .Viref.e.i .let ease.). i d commis-ieiier npp.lt.tcl ' V Ihe io;;rl...ii MOMI.U . Vh .lay of I v.cmVr, at V." 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Morlnrs. hlOnr, sn-4 l'lat.lrr tt1-. nlll.-. V urisiM-rlv. r Irrr ' 1 I .ti'.. " V (J til. I ll... 'I' '. ,! f. . - I . t- III S.-T.l MADE a. I - o ,i plicattoa TMC WAPSTON CO ij..iriy his i.i STRONG 'iT t. m : -.o STP.iiNQ bTHONO AttoriM'AN ait 1...IW 1 W. MAKTIS BTIiKilT. KAI.Kli.JI, N. C. Wi'l p'-.f'c. in ail Cti'Jr- whe:- ?; -: .i .-- - jay he r'-o i.red ("liir :s , . .-! :u -iV , ar o! ti.e .sta'. Ail h a'! "!' to p-omptlv r. f l'- -?r'r S . 3 m. I - - ' - ! r ? " " r- rim rr '1 r.PEfNyil I r t I Xr f.i. c i, tr .NOTICE. 1 o.i C.Ij ta7e a Ve-. O. ol 0 hs '.j it A ar: is' . ::y sir.a.i ; .H e e.tiu Dye kV-.r-v-i l.e-of eLt.r.e We -5-J this U show t i.r pe.,,.:c!l. J. We do thr Ell-nt W i.K IHT 'U ufc I j t'jy l.OUse hef UK. f-. HI. : I 1 i.L'lW f.-v.yit J ' l'V ir t.r that, we rive t ur;'. me! :iii.:.t. eej f Steam Di,e Works. Sonth Blourit .-t.. 1 it -'en. C Pot C rTeeanl cl K-ol.te with ! cream.