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AT - THIS - - officii
Not exceeding three lines.
One Time, SIS cents. Three Times, SO ccata.
Six Timet, 78 cento.
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PRICE 5 CENTS.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1890.
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
VOLUME VI. NO. 104.
A 1:m;u planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted lor lien lth-
fnluess and Utility of
SCEN ER Y.
An elevation of M.HOO 1'ivt,
will 1 null
If ik Immm!' luid out. with
taste mid skill, with w
ui-hiIihI roiids rti.il extcnsivt!
A desirable plan for lin;
A good opport unity
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliivllle, fllUcUcll Co., N. C
CHIiVIOT. SATHUN ANl
FLANNI-L SHIRTS Jl'ST
IN. LAD1US' ULAZIvKS,
SIIIKT WAISTS t CIIIM-
ao SOUTH MAIN STKUIilV
DAISY i SWANS DOWN.
These lire the brands of our licst 1'I.OUR,
the Hnest of the fine, the beat of nil, and l
especially recommended to those desiring the
whitest and purest bread. In fait It la the
vrriim or till llie wneui ssniimvii mi n.
We uro hnvc other hrnnds unci grade, imil
van furnish a good family flour lis low
fXIMi, linvInK secured a lot liefure piomIiik
Into Ihr bund of tcculiitora.
A. D. COOPER.
Two aeeond hand wagons for mile cliciip.
(So to Caruiichaers Drug
store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full lino of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
ow prices. IliH prPHoription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
nnd Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign nnd
domestic And you can rest
assured that your preserip
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
ttcoren Made Yesterday Afternoon
The shooting in the Inter State rifle
contest win kept up until nearly dnrk
lost night nnd wus then stopjieil until 0
o'clock tlim morning. The twenty shot
content for the McBcc $100 pi ine, which
win begun yesterday morning, was
broken into in the afternoon. This was
done because some of the members of the
South Carolina teams were coniiiellctl to
leave for home this morning on account
of business, and their teams wished to
shoot in the ten shot contest for the $100
prize offered by the Asheville teum. In
Wasiiim.tun, SeptijW In the senate the ten shot contest, the military teams
1....1 i... . ,;ivi,;ii ix In Urn un mill arc a owi'fl to aim u percent. 01 ineir
Senator IliitUr profited a communica-1 score in order to make up for the differ
"l.. ... . v .!......!-.. lenee in tin. riucs uwi. i nc kwipi h
tilVll Will bo filled Correct and ll,m "" lm ,nuK l'""f """Columbia team in this contest was a.
MIUI Will UO llil'.w I , .,,;..,.,.......... f cotton Hoods I rn -.
. . . - - -, . I lUIIUWIi
1)0 ehlll'geU ll by Omit Hritain aud the United btatcs. n(lck
RATE ON FLAX REDUCED,
YEAS 32, NAYS 14.
iHKAT BRITAIN AKB HOl'TH
that you will
low tvmi. Thm! registered
iii-Hci-iiitioiiists ready to
serve von at all hours. Night
nils promptly answered
W. C. CARMICHAEI.
No. ao South Main Street.
Asheville. N. V.
PRICES THAT TALK !
A new lot of Comforts,
lllnnkets. and other goot
for cooler went her has just
been reeeived. I'l.isli'ieis
Whifc' Ovunlls nnd Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Apins.
The largest lot of Cliemisj,
(owns nnd Underwear to be
found 111 the city. Home line
goods, cheaM'r than you can
get the material and make
them, stockings in colors
and Fawt Dlack, Wool, Me-
s- . . i . MM .1
,rmo, uotron, IjIhio iiimui,
L.,1 sj;ib Khlki i
II1U .1UI, Itflll --- T
.ii i l
a pair. All Kinus 01
lie thouuhl that the information mieht
lie valuable in viewol'lhcrcciprocnlprop-
Senator Hoar referred to n statement
which lie hail recently read in the autobi-
iiKruphy ot an Uii;lish sc-iitlciiiiin, (a Mr.
Clover I to '.he ell'cct that cotton iniiiuiliu-
lurers who hndl)eeiitravelin;exteiisivcl,v
IhrotiKli the United States said that if it
were not for the Aincriain tariff, IviiKlanil
would shut up every Americnn cotton
mnniifactory within two years.
Senator Holler said he did not know
nnvtliiiiK almul that, but lie had been
verv much L'ratilicd and encournucd to
see Ilia reptililican friends enlar(;iiiK their
tvonoinic vision somewhat in reachinj!
out to South America, Central Arm-Hen.
Canada and other parts ol the world
ml lie liuil lliouulil taut i "e iiiinrmn-
t inii iireseiiteil bv urn niiulil ne in
. - .. . . , , I........
service. II s lowen now aosoimeiv
limit Hritain had control of the market
South anil Central America anil also
in Asia anil Alricu. The value of the cot
ton (jimils exported into those countries
by (.rial Itrilam last year was n,-
iii lu.i Mill, auamst alKiiil Ji,immi,ihi
I'rotii llie I'llllell Slates.
Vhe siiL-ar selieilule was then laiilasnle
oiiil sehiiliile I. cotton maniilaetiirers.
was taken an. Aineiiilmciits to rcilut-c
iiites in various paragraphs of llie wiled-
ule were ollcretl liy -niilor sicrncr
son, Carlisle, anil ance. nun were iiiii-
Senator Mel'liermin iiioved to stnki
out iiaraKiuph .IM.i irelatuiK t" slm-K-
iiil-s. hose mid hall In me I ami to snlwti-
tute lor it one mnkiai: the rale ol duty
Ml iier cent, ad valorem. Kck-cIciI yeah
'ii. nnvs ll.
C..i,.l..rtf lml,liu-k mill l-lioiili voted
(lOOlls, I' alley with the demiK-rats in the atlirmativc.
i L.i .Neither Hinaior nmaus nor uni"
tUMMIH, JMllil H Ivianilcison voted. All the iiarai;rnpli
' 1 1 tu ml I'll t- in wbednle II. Iiavmi: Ihvii ilispnseil ol
ll""""11"' . . . . . ..i... ll...
SCIieoilie I. was lllKen oi reunion
hemp, pile and their maatilacture. 1 In
finance c.iinuiittcc had reMirleil an
tniu'oilim-iii iii niiriiL-rmill Hll. ri-iliieiui:
llie rate on llax not packed in' drci-scil
in, ni 1 1 ., iTiiiM ikt iMiunil to $211 per ton.
(In this amendment Senator Washburn
leniiiiuleil the veal nnd nuvs. A vote
win tnken and the committee nineuif
miiiL was iiu reed to. vens lliirlv-two
nayi fourteen. All the demiKTius voted
yea. The negative votci were j;iven liy
Senators Allen. Cameron. Cosev. Iiavis.
Iiolph, HiKCini. McMillan, Moony, rau-
dock, 1'iercc, Sliennnn, Mi-Kiirnij;r,
Washburn nnd ilson, of lowa
Add ( ier cent..
The Sumter team scored as follows:
HE DENOUNCED QUAY.
A GREAT SENSATION IN THE
OK OHIO, CAI HI'.H
HE SAYS, IN EFFECT. THAT QUAY
SHOULD HANG HIMSELF.
Add 0 ier cent 11 '
The Lumber Hridue learn score was as
M. UMarlcy !W
Add 0 icr ccul....
. I '.t.'l
. 11.. IS
.. H til
Wasiii.nt.tiis Scptemlier . In the
Cliiytoii-Ilreekinrid5C election case in the
house yesterday, Mr. Lacy, of Iowa, ami
Kelly, of Kansas, arKued in favor of the
nuijoritv report aud Mr. Outhwaile in
support of the right of the sitting mem
lief to his scat, and then came the sensn-
sii in of the day, Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio,
made a fiery attack upon the senators
who have lictn opposing the Lodge bill.
For himself, he said lie must lorcver dis
sent from the cowardly surrender which
hauls down the flag ami strikes the col
ors of the republican party to the de
Coiuinuing, he said: "That tlieelcction
bill has liccu killed by republicans or pre
tended republicans is true. A bill which
the house of representatives said was for
the protection of the whole country
against outrage nail intimidation and
ioleacc, is deliberately put nsidc without
an opportunity of consideration. When
U'forc in all past history ol legislation
has one house of congress dcliU-ralely
put on another the mark of its derision
The senate of the United Stales will
learn that there is a bar of public opin
ion ami at that bar it is now being tried.
Ifthu Roman toga hail lieea bcdraggcil
in llie filth of centuries, the cloak of sena
torial courtesy had Ikx-ii used to hide the
inlainv and corruption which has dis
honored and disgraced a body which
was i met the proudest 'ii the laud. The
cloak of senatorial courtesy has become
a stench in the nostrils and a hy-woril
in the mouths ol all honest citizens in the
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAllH MARK RBOISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
H. JtEDWOOD& CO
7 & 9 PATTON AVli
minimal and arrouanl wealth can pur
..f,u. il umiv tn iw.wi.r find (hell hide its
The Waynesvillc learn made llie follow- cowardly head behind the shameless pro-
lection ol 'senatorial silence. It means
i cloak which shall cover up Irom the
Cures Kvery Variety of Headache
, AND NOTHING EL8B.
Has earned (or itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, moit effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Uuadaciik. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all iuarters, proves its true merit! and
acceptability to the public. It il some
thing which almost everyone ncedi, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For ill curative powers it doei not de
pend upon the subtle influences of luch
poisonous drugs m
CHLORAL AND COCAINIi,
Siucc it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be tnken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cnthurtic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contain!
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The eculinr advantage! of Antimi
graine consist in its beitiR thoroughly
It is made a cloak behind which reliable as ucure for any kind of head
1 1 volt
Add fl icr cent .
The result ol this morning's
i;iveil Ik-Iow :
. C. Murrav
A, M. Case
F. M. Ilirmiiighaui
j. (',. Ilirmiuglmni
ache without rcsHX't to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other lo-called "harm-
public gnxc of an outraged eople, the less" remedies. These qualities make it
.... Ifl. I
f Jive the Went Ward Kepreseiitiitinn on
llie Hoard ol Aldermen.
H T VST A BROOK'S dren or. Ladies is well nigli
perteet, so Mini your ;. i n
a H, MAIN 8T.. ASIIHVILLB.
IS TUB l-I.ACK SOS
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 6000S
Viewa and Skctchctt.
.v., T.. n nwvH. W. w. wkst.
ALLAN'S PINE NEEDLE CIGARS,
CIGARETTES AND SM.KINQ TOBACCO.
Use the Tine Needle Cignn for a de
lightful imoke and iieedy rcticf for In-
flucnia, Acute and Chronic tatarrn
Clcrgvmnn'i Sore Throat, Hay l ever,
Astbmnand all Bronchiiil disease!. Com- CollnpBe
I. i.ii.f. uf i if L of 1 1.:..: U. r..tl um.mn nf tl Yarn to
111 III. V - ' I . - ' I llllllllU ...IV
1 1 :..,.,nr.infF In llir tnste nnd hrei.lh
OVLI-Vtllillir Heeded to Use ,,r a pleasant eflect.nnd by the introduction city over the Moldan. on which were a
eei.VtllingneUieU Ml USI. Ol I .,,,:,. :, .wdsonoui large numlwr of iK.-rHom watching the
....',.;..( ,.l,nr,o ore destroyed, not flood in that slrciim, collapsed lo-day
to Weill' tor MCII, UO.VS, '"I" ;,n,vrt.n(ll.rinK their use free from injury,
but with (lositivc ln-ncfit to the con.
in ix It., i . N. I.. Mnv 0. IKN'.l
p;n N..-ill.. L'iuar Comimnv. I-rccholil
Ki.vl' l.-rsev :
Ocnlicincii : I am desirous of express-
III. AC K Mill NTAIN.
I. M. Creiiscinnn
(',. W. Stepp
A. II. Ilatnhy
W. A. Cregg
M. M. tones
Ii. It. Carter
or a ilrldice Catered
'kaoi'K, Scptemlier . A bridge in this x. T. Chnmlieri.
Ii. w. iiiiiueii
F. A. I'uiiuiiig.,
and thirty of the iightseeri were I
The I'ubllc llulldlnii IIIHm.
WasiiimiTon. Scptemlier . Hclorc
L. Ikrren ...
iiilaiuies which demand investigation and
winch mcrii the puiiishment ol lirokcn
laws ami violated statutes. It means
a cloak behind which petty party
bickers may barter away a parly s
principles, and play the demagogue in
the face of llie icoplc. it means a cloak
Miiud which pretended fairness hides its
dishonest head while in secret il is t nul
ls mi. nnil tralhcing in the rights and iiiht-
lies ol the sople. It means a cloak un
der which not only the timid but the
cowardly politician can cover up his
tracks .liiil Ik- cither loul or lair as neces
Kclcrring to the lictrayal of Christ liy
Kl , Judas, Mr. Kennedy said: "II it wnsmccl
ami lining inai. jniiiis muuiu m mi
thirty marks ol silver, it was still pari ol
l he eternal Illness of things, that having
iMfen guilty ol the basest crime of nil cen
turies, he should go out nnd hang him
scll. Jud.is Iscariol, of two thousand
years ago, is to lind a counterpart in
Judas Iscariol of lo-day. Judas, who
look tlurly pieces ol silver mm weui im-i
hanged Innisell, has lell an example for
the Mat. Ouays that is well worthy ol
"I do not know whether the charges
made against the chairman of the na
tional rcpulilic.il! committee lHiiuyarc
true or false, but 1 do know that they
have Ik-cii made by journals of character
nail standing again and again, and 1 do
know that iii the luce of these charges
Oaay has remained silent nnd hnsneilhcr
souglil nor atlcnipteii in sees nn i.-i"i-timiiv
to vindicate himself of them. I do
know thai as a great repiililican leaner,
he owed il lo the great party nt whose
it her lo liromi mem as in
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.-
1MKHCTIONB FOR USB.
The tlnar for an adult Is two tefuponnfiil.
in wine glass of water. Dose for children
in inKjrtlon, according to ane. la either
cusc the dose can lie repeated every thirty
mimic, until a cure is effected. One cote will
always drive away an attack, of Headache,
if tnken when lirst feclind the premonitory
nyinnlnms; liut if the attack la well on, and
.ullcring I. Intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doses Is required to effect the Unit cure
than Is needed lor any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine is accumu
lative in its effects, tending toward an event
uul pcrmnnrnt cure.
For sule at
46 A 48 . MAIN STREET,
Oupositr Hank of Ashe.llk.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Ipiiviiil' t he en into 1 M leaser kccii reccivcn iu 1 -.,
the protest which has been drawn up by f Cole...!..
mctnocrs who arc muigiiani. in.-v.iur. U I
si iiti us Iskkii tifiyfiiii.iiiiu'u iiv fir a
I I V" . L.' " 1 -u n,...,..l,i. "--.," . .1 Average...
rcmcny lor mono wmii , 1 cr 01 tne sH.-iiKrr. in tqcir pnucsi. vne . .. tiiu Trm wn.
. ...I.i. i..i. ..1 irool, psonic diseases I 1 !.n.. iu,il, I The l-.ast Asiievu e learn was
; II 1 1 un, in.i.i ... y "-' . .,.. I"1"
sing my most sincere thanks, niul exnlleil mer,,s hills rir the crectiiui ol public
nu n on of vour Cine iseeine t-igni-s as , 11 w..:!.!:,,,,,, ,,,ve Ik-cii inucoii-holcil liy or-
from the I'ellur to the garret
Jilt. 1. ..A ,
1 .... s ni tl iit- f ill!, Ul.l III
I Oil & UC uncu uu oui "' " 1 , "' ,r 1 ...1, u I..- I urn vpnra i i: .1 I.:.. I to SIIOOl IIS rouilll in llie ill mini, omiiii-i
" ".:,V " VlW nut"! , the """.a: 'Z in "tiler that their mc.nlr. wl.o iK-long
prici's away below anybody g.d (..rtune ..( lr".rnil,K 'l",rIm'"h
I J l vii liable remedy. Since tl.-ir use I have
rn-rived marked relief nnd consider my-
olun Unti l. Iiiiv illlVTlllllirLulf miin-lv cured. I also might state
...... v ...... ' - '.7 r-i i -" , ....,
inai rcccivvii n. ,.-.
,: . .. , . i i ' , .. l...i l, I 1 lie I'.asi rtsiicvinc irmu .in ,,,.w...
dissal.shcd men. hers tic In hiig In t h niuml , 0k. ,(, Mwl ,,,
things unless the siK-nncr ennsi'nis to , .,, .,
call a meeting of the committee on rules ' k. ' ,
and set aside a day for the passage ol
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
fiVYN & WEST, CORTLAND BROS.
IHacccMora to Walter B.owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
iiana HccurclT Placed at 8 1
Real Kstate BrokcrH,
And Inycgtiiiciit Agents.
Loans sc urely ilaccd at H er cent.
Notary Politic. Cntnmlsslonen of Deeds.
OFPICIt oathcant Court iKiaare.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Would.'t bay timber lands, mineral prop
artlra or Asheville Real Katater
Then call on na, Horatio, and we will give
thee thy money's worth.
W. can sell thee a honae lot, lend thee shek
els to erect a dwelling thereon, und Insure
the same In any Hire Insurance Company
doing trnaineaa In this mate.
Olvt us call, Horatio I
jKNr; : J JKNK8,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 Jk xo, McAfee Block,
a. Pattnn Ait.. Aabeyllle, V. C.
( Formerly of Lyman ft Child I.
Office No. I Legal Block!
Htrlctly a Brokerage Bmlncu
Loans seen rely placed at a 0r cent
F. A. GRACE,
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
fieneral i Inaurance t Agent, t"-"
Rear No. 30 Houth Main street.
iiilinlinif the nlHtvc nnntcd remedy,
Yours nstieclliiliy. in rti.ii.r.ff,
Maiiufacturctl by Pine Needle Cigar Co.
i?nm.i,ii1iI Mw lerarv.
For wile by T.C.SM ti ll Hi I'D., whole
sale and retail druggists, I'uhhe Mimrc,
Asheville, N. C.
EMORY s HENRY COLLECE
The points of ieelal attrnellon lire,
i. iinrlvnllrd l.iH-allon nnd lUaiilllnl
ThoroiiKh Colleglntc Course and Modern
l.artrc l.llirnry nnd iineiuiilled Llltrnry
Voung Men's Christian Aoclutlon nnd
Preednm from Templatlon
Magnificent Oyninaaium nnd thnroughly
Attractive llnnriHng Holmes and Wonder.
ful Health Record (
I'lne lilsrlpllnesnd KrllidntiNTon I
And the entire rcnsonalilcnciis of Ita terms.
Hrnd for new snil enlarged cutnloiiuc to
KBV. JAMBS ATKINI.
Thai lame Inmnllng house on Pattnn nvr
nue, frontlnu Bntlery l-nrk, I rooms, wei
shaded Miounrts, lln. view, ''I'Vavu'S
I". O. Una JI'Jl, AheH1f, N. c.
fJi've the Went Ward Hrfiraeiiliit'im
on the Hnnrd of Aldermen.
The Caroentera' Mlrlke,
Ciiic-Aiii). Sent. . There are less than
seven hundred car)enteri who refused to
go to work on Tuesday morning, still
out. There is conlusiim nnd chaol in
match. They H'orcil ni follows.
II. C. lone
Or. S. W. attlc.... '''
C. W. Milium- :
I. I". Craves 4"
II. L. Ki-vnolds ns
liemi lie was, eiuicrwi iiiiii j..i v . n4..5..u
laimesor lo prove llieir iiiisuy omr i uilU .mm n.inc, i jtn - i uinn.fi-,
owed il to thai parlvlostamliisiuc irom
ii. .in era no. He Iwis not oniic ciiner
and lor this I dcuoiiim- him. His silence
miller such cireumat nnecs is a conicssion
or guilt. He has delayed too long to pis
tile n belief in Ins iniiiKx-ni-e and lie stands
convicted n criminal belorc the bnr ol
public opinion. I nilcrsuchcirciiinsinncc!
he slioiild Ik- driven Irom the bend of the
parlv whose- verv lili- his presence iniicr
lis. 'The repiililican parly has done
enough for its prclciulctl leader. U-l him
Ix.- rclcgalcil lo llie n-ar ll is no mnger
ii ipirstioii ol his vindication, ll is a
iiucaliiin ol llie lilr ol the party itself."
Hive the Went Wnrd A'cnrcscilnli'on iw
the llnimlol' Mdvrmvn.
MTMKS or cosi:jri:ci:.
(live the Went Ward Representation on
rank nnd lile nnd consternation among I (Ac llnurtl ol Aldermen.
the lenders. The employers insert mai
they now have nil the men they wnnl.
Mllll Payor Women VufTrage.
Jackson, Miss., Seplcmlier.-Thccnn-iliittinniil
convent urn's franchise com
mittee has decided ifiiiinimoiisly to vote
ns A unit in favor ol its remrt on the inf-
f live the Went Wnnl Kciirestntntion on
the Hoard of Aldermen.
ClMkltY AMI Clll hVII.
Asheville, N. C.
House. T rooms, fully furnished. Posses
sion 1 st of October. Apply st
au80 lw 4-1 PATTON AVB.
wn. R. KIN,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. N.,
located In Asheville and will practice
Draughting or any description s spednlty.
, I), lion aiH.
Kcv. . I). Huflmiii has lieen nilit sick.
Kev. Dr. C. T. Hniley lells me lie has re
covered and resumeil Instnmisicnai worg.
Mr riiomna limnani. nis rain, in now
president of Mars Hill cullcge, near Ashe
ville. Knlcigh Correspondent.
There win a very eujoynbk revival of
religion held nt Indian c-pringi, wnync
county, last week, and twcnly-fotir ler
sous were added to the MclhodisUhurch
there. The pastor, Kcv. M. I), llix, con
ducted the services and was assisted by
Kev. J. D. Curpenler nnd Mr. Wright.
North Carolina tins some very fine
One ot these, Kcv. Ir. Mnrnble, lilted the
....loll nfSt. Andrew! Presbyterian church
on Sunday morning, nnd he nrenched one
of his clear, forceful, impressive, unalyti
..ni. moat Interesting scrnioni for which
I., i. In.tlv distiimuishcd. Ilil lulnect
uma llnlnnm. and the discussion growing
out of It wni well nigh iierfect. No one
who heard it will probably ever forfjet
the acutcncii. the vividness, the lucidity
..rthvelinrBL-trr drawing. It was admi
rable work artistic, itrong, Scriptural,
unique, md luflicicntly aniiOnted. Wil
Tin- kiiu. of I'm- tnifiil drank isilluled
water, und as a result he has nil attack
id lyphoul lever.
l.i ihe iiniL-rainof tlicCrt-rmansiicinlisIs
is included a ilctuaud that women should
lie allowed to vote.
Lord Sackvillc, ns lord of the manor ol
Stralford-on-Avon, where Shnkcsitearc
was born, has preacnteil lo llie town au
thorities n claim for mil lor the ground
on which is located the fountain ami
clock towcrdoimlcd by 1'n.orgr W. Childs,
Senator Aldriih says the rcciprocily
prevent any discoiitcnl in our rnnks in idcu is growing,
the coming election. The plan und in- Congresi iscxieclcd to niljotirn iibotil
trticiious, logciner wtiff j'f..- the 'Jrith inatimt.
n olK-iliem-c to instructions given by
thctlcniocrnlic cnmmitlcc nssi-mltlcil in
Asheville, August a.ld, there will lie held on
Scptemlier l'7tli nt the diUcrcnl voting
places In nuncomlie county, a primary
election by the democratic voleri of the
anmr. to iicicrminc tne Clioicc m in.
pnrtyfor imiiuiohsoi senator, rcprcaeinn
!:.. rlrrlt nf the suoeriiir court, registci
,.i-.l..u ahrritT nnd coroner. Ix-t every
dcmiK-rnt lie present nnd vote his choice
in this important mailer ami iiieivoj
names, will be published in next week's
V. M. mi iitrit.
Table Linens, Towels, Naj
kins, Coniiterpanes, White
Goods, and Embroideries at
Goods, including Pride oftlio
West, Wanisutta, Fruit of
Lotnii, i-1 Cot tons and 10-4
Sliii'tings at prime cost.
We call special attention
to our large stts-k of Kin-
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Wools, Silk and
Sia-iiker Keed is said in lie growing mi- AepllV 1 8,
easy over Ins prosed lor rc-cicciioii to
Scnnlor Allison i-ontends that there Is Out line Wol'K.
no diingcr of n dcheil in llie government
Poslniaslcr-l'icncral Wanamiiki-r is not
Lvnch nnd Kccordcr Bruce neenmpnnird cent ocean postage
a committee of gentlemen Irom Kicn- iiomU.
mond, Virgin a, lor the ptinntse 01 invii- T,)C tnl,loc f tlc Northwestern t'n
Ut tlie Wet Wnnl Reprenenlntion on
the Ihinnl of Aldermen.
uvlled I'renldent MarrlHon.
Wasiiiniiton, Scptemlier . Aiiililnr iuchiiril lo lavor tne proposal
All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Musliu
rudeiwear at oHt, Kid
i""""i i - s . I )C iriinitm (fl till nwiiiininmii in-
lag the President to attend the '" vcrsily.of livniistnwn, III., have elected
pillion celebration in that city nextOc. w , n,mn, A. M., LL. 11.,
tober. The l'residcnt said he hardly ' Vof the institulion.
thought he wouhl lie able to accept it
The Aiidemonvllle Finn.
Gloves, Hosiery andKibbona
The New York republican State com-
nitttee lias nomii'nicn jinige nuoiri i.nri, i hi !
the dcniiK-ratic iiiciimlsnt. lor tne cnuri ai UlUlHUHliy low prn.xn.
inc ocmitcriiiic iiiiioioiii. no
AkMiiNit, N. Y., Rcptemhcr -"8- fn,MM;als and decided to have no Stale
Cnrr, of this village, iayi he wai the con;c11lion.
Inst Union prisoner to leave Anderson
ville prison, lie secured the ling which
hud so lung nonten over inui primtn aim
hai it itill In hii possession probably
one of the most interesting relic! of the
The offer of the Spanish mission to ex
Senator Thomas C. I'littt is taken ai an
indication thnt thendniinistrntionthinki
Mr. Piatt necessary to it in New York.
Mr. l'latt declined.
Ladies will save money by
I attending thin .special solo.