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f FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FORSALE,
Asheville Daily Citizen
Not exceeding three llnee,
One Time, 30 cent. Three Times, BO cent,
Six Time, 76 cent.
AT THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. PER HITNDRRD.
11 ' I
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1890.
PRICE n CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 105.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH .CAROLINA,
A region noted for hciilth
fulncHS and lieauty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet,
It. is heiiitr laid out with
itn 11 iid skill, with well
irradod roads and extensive
A desirable place for lino
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. Tor
illustrated pamphlet, ad
drt'HH, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
MtiTlllc. IWItcliell Co., N.C.
CI1ETIOT, SATIiliN AND
FLANNI5L SHIKTS Jl'ST
IN, LADIES' ULAZliRS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CI1IM
USIiTT I5S JUST KUC KIVliD.
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
i!3 M. MAIN ST.. AKIIHVII.LU.
1 Tim placb ma
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketche
W.LTU B OWTRi W. W. WSST.
GWYII & WEST,
(accessors to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE
Loans accurcly Placed at
Notary Public. Commissioners of Deeds.
OKFICK aoatheaat Coart aqaare.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wonld.'t buy timber lands, mineral prop
crtlc. or A.herlllr Rral Batate t
, Then call on na, Horatio, and we will give
thee thy money', worth.
W. can Mil thee a house lot, lend thee stick
lata .net a dwelling thereon, and In.ure
the Mm. In anr Hire Inauranee Company
doing baalnea. In thl. Rtat.
Olve a. a call, Horatio I
JUNKS A JUNKS,
REAL EsTATf AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 a 10, McAfee Block
aa Pattnn Aw.. Aaheellle. N. C,
F. A. GRACE,
t ITli liia it'Sii ultsi.Ti iaM.i-rjX anasn. 'i '-''.'- -
DM 2 SWANS DOWN.
Thcuc arc the brand of our Imii FLOUR,
the flne.t of the floe, the Iwnt of all, and In
citpcclally reeommended to thnie dtHiring the
whiteHt and purent bread. In fact It ! the
cream of till the. wheut nit I in met I oil' Into
We aro have other brand h unilKcadt'M.Hnd
can furnlKh n nuod family Hour oh low an
$'J fit), hnvinti Nciutvd u lot U-fore punning
Into the hanilii of Mietulatom.
A. D. COOPER.
Two second hand wagons fur mile cheap.
nm THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Dlnnkets, ami other goods
'or cooler weather hn just
MHn mreivwi. riastenrs
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
Pho largest lot of Chemise,
owns and Underwear to be
ound in the city, some fine
goods. cheajHT than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
nil Fast-llhuk. Wool, Mo-
n . . m rtt . l
ino, tt)tton, Lisie inrcau,
nd Silk, from 10 cts. to 2
. ..... . ..h
a pair. All kinus 01 ii-ess
rrinunings, Buttons, Lin-
.. t a i -. e
mgs, iVtr.; in lacu our slock m
vervtiung nwMieu to use or
i 1 A .
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
ren orliadies is well nigh
. a r k rrnjt
KM'lect, so tnaryour haa in
fitmi tho t!llar U t he garret
iin be filled at our store at
iriccsaway 1m-1ow anybody
lse. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers
And Investment Agrcnts.
Loans ae.-urcly placed at R per cent.
34 a 8S ration Avenue.
(Ponaerly of Lymes a Child I.
Office No. I Sfal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BurIhcm
Loan, wearely pland at R oer ens.
Thnt Inrnr Imanltns hotnw oa Patton are-
mir, frontlna linttery I r, i rnuma, wrii-
hnilrll arounda. Bne vlrw, locntlnn.. central,
W. T. WIIAVHH,
nrpil-itt . - P. O. Boa !lt, Aahtvllle. N
WH. R. KINU,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. N
Is located In Aahevllle and will praitlce
IM-.tnrtillnaof any deacrlptloa aaprcl.lly
p. (I, Ilua Bis.
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Go to Carmichael'B Drug
Store with your prescription
W1w.it v, hi will nx, nil times
t 11 1 . 0 .
nnu a IUII line 01 puru iresii
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
h)Wiirices. His prescription
Jm.ni.fiiK.nf, isi stni'kftd with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
1 ... .. ,1.,MU11jn
assured that your preSCnp-l
I iill I i. .... .1
tion Will 1)6 tilled correct anil
., . mi 1 ,. . l..,....,1
that you Will b( CllIU gefl
serve you at all hours. Night I
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cann iniiii ij uiinnmvi.
W. C. C ARMICH AFX
No. so South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
I. REDWOOD & CO.
M..1 r I
7 St t PATTON AVK
LLAN'S PINE NEEDLE CI6ARS,
CIGARETTES AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
1'sc the Tine Needle .Cigars for n dc-
liuhtful smoke nnd speedy relief for In-
Huenxa. Acute and Chronic Catarrh.
Clergyman' Sore Throat, Hay Fever,
Asthma and all Bronchial diseases. Com
bining the full aroma of the Yarn to-
rci. imparting to the taste and brei.th
pro,rrtlr.of to Mieco
nniy renucmiK v.
,t with po.,t.ve iKiielit to cue eon-
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ll.l'K IIAI.I.. n. t'"'t.
Pine Needle Cigar Commny, freehold.
New Jersey :
Oentleincn : I
nm riitiniliinf (IlirfM -
nmmonui !r i twi v - -
ii. NnMn ( 'n t nr -n n nr. lfriiiinii
rvilisril avaasnai -
tis, laith of which troublesome diseases I
..... ,r j u.lik tr., luuirlv twn venra.
and experienced no relief until hud the
mod lortune ol learning of your most
.. l it..!- I Itnual
viiltinuic rcmetiy. wnix imir uw si
mvivrd marked relief and conmilcr my
If rnlirrlv cured. I also miuht state
that 1 receivea no unpicnsniii encvi wnnv
inhaling the nlKvc nnmeu remcoy.
Yours ixsprctiuiiy, iiia vvaoosks
Manufactured by Tine Needle Cigar Co.,
Pm-hii i . New lerscv.
P..rulle hvT.C.SMITH & CO..wholc.
salc and retail druggists, Public Square,
Asheville, N. C
DO YOU KNOW
A Kond thing when you ace It ? If ao call at
r.A.1 1 ft I o nmnrrvn
M IWVr I A MS II If K tS
I WIIS-I-W "
And esnmln their One assortment of Preneh
Crackers, ronalatlni In part of
Fancy Tea Cakes,
TkM an alisolulely fresh and alee
Ooods. We alao dealre to call your alien
tloa to our well selected stock of PANCV
(1 HOC KM I KM, of which we make a aprclally.
We are offering DID BAKOAtNa la Staple aa
well aa Pancy Oroeerlea, a larire propoMloa
of which we art 'constantly rent wing direct
from the manufacturer. This Inaurcs yoa
perfectly fresh and wholesome goods at
prices that we guarantee to be a. low a. they
eaa be bought In aay market.
Cor, Fattoa Avenue and Mala surest.
THE NEWS !
by associated press to
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
XRAIN wrecking on the
w vork ckotral.
SEVERAL OF THE passenger
CARS WERE DITCHED.
NO ONE K1I.LED-A FEW IN.
jtlRKU, NONK HKRIOUtH.V.
Ai.hanv, N. Y., Sept. B.-Aliout mid-
niglit lust nicht a train wu wrecked 011
the New York Central. umlHudion River
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j.i tt i, rr..n.
I l 1 1 1 III IV. n,nu. I" H I
Luckily only half of the attempted
wreckj wag uccclH1fui and of
1... , ..... in
onfl section ol tne Montreal siccper.mii
wln, 11. m ...... .:.,
Ill HEW 1 1ir, UIIC IIVIV ttfc .., immmi
ing of an engine and eight Bleeping cars
tilled witn men, women una cmiorcii,
was derailed, but.leavinu out the shaking
up of all the passengers and the severe
bruising of half a doxen others, nothing
more serious than the wrecking 01 mc
The news of the wreck was
here by Conductor McAuhffe, who
wulked all the way. A relief train was
at once dispntehrd to the scene carry
ing three physicians with it. Upon
arriving at the scone of the wreck
it was seen that the escape of a large
number from dcnih was miraculous. The
train was running nt the rate of thirty
miles an hour when the engine struck the
I obstruction put on the track Ivy the train
wreckers; it was Mien upwnnts anil tne
whole train was thrown from the track.
Hut ll'H only About Wild Animals)
Washington, September II. hi thesen
ale to-day the land lull was takenupntiil
I consideration of the free list proceeded I
Senator Vance move I to strike out thi
proviso in pnrngrnpu mil relating - I
I animals imported siiccinllv for breeding
purposes. The proviso requires such ani-
viso requires such ani-
, , . ,. ,
looded, ol rccogu.xc.1
x-ord ofiK-digrec. The
d. yeas nays 'M.
I mals to lie pare blooded
I breed nnd with a rec
motion was defeated
The house hill to outliori.e the con
struction of a bridge across the Savan
null river bv the middle Cieoruia and .At
lanlic Railway Co. was placed on the
eration of tlic tariff bill.) to paragraph
I . .. . . . . a , i. i. ....
3 relating to moves which Keiinior
Plumb had v
in. i. i.... i ........ i.... 1 1
by striking out the nddilainal rale oa
men's uloves. The motinn was delcated
yens 'Si. nnvs 3(1, Plumb Wing the only
republicans who voted yen.
Consideration ol tne tree list was re
Scnntor Ouav I not yet indicted moved
to insert in the tree list wild annuals in
tended for toolouicnl collcctinns, scien
titicanri educational purKises ami not
for sale or proht. lie ni.ule tne motion
he said, nt the suggestion ol the I'hila-
dclphin xoologicnl aociety.
WHAT DID IT T
The Vermont Klecllon a Real
Rl'TLANP, Vt Sept. 5. The divrease
of tile republican mnjonty in Vermont is I
explained bv memliera of that party ns
. . ,r
due to the lact tliat mis is an on year,
TL- ..t- Msmniiia tltiis- ltlr lllll" fin 1 11)11
... . . mlubli-
Z, ...,., the rc
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nc . arnr r,.,. . ; " y ,n'c
The urn uni Mini aim i '''" )"?
iiniiiw ....... .... - .
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iiime nun o auoi ren.rm, ' -""
"P ".'".V."" :u""Ti.i .
IOI VCrulUm nil VUl IIUWII vnv hiiuimiwu.
ef t?f X
" -'rr -;..n., ; . i,.
i t'nntiiiiiiics ULEurvu vvi y imj "
'Xd n.7cica...' brigia
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I voiinir democrat, the exponent ol prog.
ress. The other represented the machine
republicans who arc nposeil to everj
tkinn rttlt HlftHMrinlV
HEAVY PAIM RK.
. Mew Vork Firm or Kanortersi
I.oao on Pork
New YoHK.Scpt. 6. Sawyer, Wnllace
& Co., exiHirtcrt ol bread stuff nnd cot
ton nnd d'nlers in leaf tobacco nt No. 1H
Broadway have made nil assignment
Mnrshnll Avrea without prclercnccs.
The news when it reaeneu tne
street created n great sensation.
T . . ...
i ! Mtimiiteii thnt tne toini oi ne as-
n -nnh 1 r..iii.(lini. anionu which
i. thr slililll.tlllO lost in Pork. It is
h.,nlit thev have nrolectcil tneir inicr-
r.ia the United States nnd their chief
Inum. which mnv reach Sl.ollO.OOO. will
:--; ,.. .1 .,. Hir .lnrl.
Inga in pork.
Hhui.in. Sent. r Twelve months ago
Udison prommed to send the '5mieror a
phonograph, and alterwnrd cnblcil thnt
the instrument was on in way to iierun.
Ilia Mmcsty invited a large (Hirty to st-e
tli wonderful work of American genius,
but the mnchinc difl not turn up at the
npiKiintcd tunc, nnd the iiniynid pnrty
and oiiests were disiipis.inted. To mnke
ma iters worse, several letters addressed
to Kdison by the Master of Ceremonies
CLUMSY AND Clll'h'Cll.
, . -,, ,
The llibliesl Kcconlcr rCIHirtS 5114 till
ditions to the Baptist church in the state
. ttv. W. R. Ownltncy preached his Inst
sermon ns pastor of the Oreenyboro linp-
tint church on Sundny Inst. He goes to
Woke Forest to assume his new duties
there as pnstor.
... n t (t.n Im. ...rliwd
Chnrlotte from the Prospect cnmpmcel.
Inn. nnd also from atUnding pfotrncted
Jiltim, at Zion. The niinistcrg who
' i "i n o... r.
P""? J".' ."To.
""I .' . ! u...
hadlKen tw.ntyK.ne.eonver.ious.. 1W.
m. Trl.iUtt. nf Church Street Methodist
church, conducted the meeting at Zion.
About one hundred and xevcnty-hvc
people were present nt the bnncuct Inat
nijjht given by Messrs. Atkinson, Rey
nolds and others, in honor of th Rreat
land sale and the eople who attended it.
The Inrce ball room wns turned into a
dining room and three long tables, ex
tending the length of the room were
loaded with delicacies to which the
guests did ample justice. While the sup
per was in progress the guests were en
tertained by the Park orchestra, nnd es
pecially appreciated anylophoiicpprlorni-
ancc by one of the musicians.
At 10:30 o'clock, Air. v.. 1 . Kawis, me
tonstmastcr, in n few renmrks pr
n tonst to "The Stntc of North
11a." Thetoaat wan remionded
una." I lie toast was rcspoiu i.. uy
Ijungc I1UB. r.. rciuier. nt .lira n.n.i.iK
other thimrs: "I take an interest in old
, , , ., 1 1 .. . .1 ... . .
North Carolina, because my forefathers
were ol good North Carolina stock.
1 am not of what is culled the
outh.' 1 have nnd nlwn; 'vi!'
stnnd up for the 'old South.' 1 nm in
favor of the New South soliirnsimprovc-
mcnta and enterprise go, but lieyoiul that
I stop. And talking about booming, I
want to tell n little anecdote I onw
heard. A California boomer and a Flori
da, boomer met one day, anil the Califor
nian started in to tell what a grand
rnimtrv his was. - He told of what im-
mense trees they had, ol the grapesashhj
.,....,,.,. , .,,,,:u frm wllii ll
ns pumpkins and mountains from which
n moderately tall man could touch the
sky. The Florida man was silent anil
the man from the west wanted to know
il he had nothing to say ol his country.
The southerner looked nt him a minute
and nnswered, 'I nm something of n liar
myself.' Hut," continued Mr. Fcnner,
"it is not necessary to no any lying m
boom this town. Just the plain truth is
all thnt is required."
Governor Fowlc also responded to the
same toast and spoke most eliiiiiciitly
and sensibly. He said words could not
express his feelings when sinking ol
grand old North Carolina, lie sMke ol
the important part Nona (.annum wok
in the Revolution, and in the late war.
and how it was the first to rebel ngainsl
Fnglish rule. He told how North Caro-
linn gracefully submitted in the days ol
reconstruction, "lllll. lie coiieluiieo
"she will resist to the utmost any such
I ;,.fii.w.ii. tliimr fl the llolol-iollS 'lorCC
A I oast to "The City of AsIkvimp was
i . . .. ik i .
proposcil. ami ex-toiigressinii.i . ... .....
proposed, and ex-Longrcssaian harton
I. G i cell, of l!a vet tcville, responded in a
;.lTV .,k.;mlllt ;,.,.. ,t. 8Jl(lke..f Ashe-
vjj. ri vulinxs llii iniiigham, Alabama's
dipt. J. M. liuilger lolliiweil Air. urecn
mil in a most hiitui'roiis and interesting
way gave IMC History ol Asneviue inn.i
Cunt. T. 1). lohnston rcsismileil to a
toast to real estate, and ns he hapticncd
in lie stiitnliiiL! lartweea Cant. Natl At
kinson nm Mr. . II. t.wvn, lie enilcil
his toast by comparing himself to the
Saviour, plaecii iwiwecn iwo uneven.
Capt. Atkinson and Mr. Uwyn looked
Mr. W. II. tiwva also resiHiiliien in
real estate," in nil able mamier, and the
DEATH TO VANREEHi
MomellilUK I.lUe a War
Citv oF('iUArTi:iAi.A,Sept. 5. "Death
to Vnnkees!" was the cry of an uns'ry
nn,i ..citcd mob that surrounded the
United States U-gation. Whctiever Mik
iatrr Mizer has invasion to leaic the U.'
lltinn .UI.rollllIl,.H ,v n Imdyniiard
cjm u,nt Mr. MUner could have prc-
vented the former s dentil.
.Sympathy grows lor iiciicrui iwirruii
I lllll tlHHU HIT. Willi IB ii I,, it vo.n. ...
i fm Ucn t ,, Mr. Ml,.;
Citv or Mkxico. Sent. f..-The Mcxi-
iticV as an atrocious deed, and believes
that the Un ted States Kovcrnincnl
shouhl take actional once for the pun
:.,.. of hi. assassins and an indent
I ... . . , ,....:. i ..i.:i.i
...itmii im mr in. winiiw nil I iiiiiiiiviii
" wV: ..ton. Sent. 5.-The olficicial
.letnil. in the Harrundiu ensc nwnited, ol
i ... , i
mnmrt inn with it. which the Mate tic
partment oflieinl. hnvenot yet nveived
i . . . .... : i
Kir. Mimer so fur has sent only a briel
cablegram announcing the death of (5en
.ml llnrrundin on tne steamer Acapuici
at the lands ol the liiiatcmalan soldiers,
He has tailed, as vet, nlso to rc)Krt to
the ileiuirtmeiit the uttcmpt upon his
I life by the daughtcrof (icncral llarrundia
WIS MEANS IH SlMiSS.
nrf-lt is learned thnt C.rccnilmuni
Co., of llnllimore, will estaiiiisn an ex
tensive oyster cannery nt New itcrnc,
ItxY' Work on the new shaft at the oil
well near I'.rcensboro is progressing sat
isfactorily and within the next two
I WIVUII fl IIIII1L MLIJ1H L1IIIIIIIIIIV "
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lormeil, a acmes erecie,., ...... wv..
I sir Mr. W. E. Holt, of Chnrlottc,
i.inkinir niter nuttimc up new mnciiiucry
;,, Cnrolinn cotton mills. The whole ol
the .ninniuir mnchincry. nbout N.0HU
".L..lL. ,!il I- r..,l,..l liv the last
and most improved, nnd some new loom
win niso oe pui in. iviiiiiii "ivi""."
HnVTlw ilirprtnrs of the North Can
.. c....i ...j .,v Imvr .f.
f t , ncom.,u.tc re-orgnnunlioii of the
' u t n(Wru. Contracts for
f wiii K ct ,) thc workof erect
. ,)ein , , nt ,,, Negotiations
"'f. u .' i r, .,.. ii...
f h remainder of the slock have been
' , d , t k tkcl
WTSouth of Raleigh a manufacturing
town ia to be established on sonic hills,
It will have a line of railway, wntcr.clce-
trie lupus anil sewerage, as wen im n nm
of electric enrs. Thc men who arc in the
enterprise have renl public spirit, and tne
-J ...:n i.. .i. i.:...,...i !,;, i, tiitit ui-
i miinii win i". ." n
- 1 .. ., L,.u. Tho Alliemnrle nnd
Kl,iejKMi it i. mid, will enter the city very
enr the new town or suburb.
kvi. .,... i,,.. ui,iii rlmmlwr of
commcrce arssion n report wns rend from
., R ilnrTl. 0( Winston, staling
thnt he wou(n pt in a set of mnchincry
n Knlcigh gunrnnlced to manufacture
at lailO.OIHI miiiiids of tobacco per annum,
thecitixcnsol Knleighto suiiscni)e i.oou
conditionul that Mr. Harris put III lui
property as stock nnd be allowed, to
nlnee the stock Issued to him at a cnllnt-
r;l ...;i. o..nrnnteino . dividend
I a diviuena
tk ..,r.l. ...nnl tr rmht
on the capital stock. Mr.
1 1 Ml I IR lit
be made business manager,
IS KENNEDY HEDGING?
guay Thinks He Tlilnka He May
Rlae to a Herttonnl Kxnlatintlon,
but Probably He Will Swallow
Washington, Sept. (. Much indigna
tion exists among republican senators
over Mr. Kennedy's attack on the senate
as n whole and Senator (Juay in partic
ular. Mr. (Juay knew nothing of the itelivcrv
of the Bjicecli until yesterday morning
after his arrival at the senate. He said
to a reporter thnt he had not determined
what course to pursue, lie had under
consideration the making of a statement
under the rule governing questions of
licrsonul privilege, but was not fully
decided what to do. The l'cnnsyl
vanin republican members of the house
rc r'ry niii:..v lonnv when lacy
read Mr. Kennedy's published Sieech,
and prepared a resolution instructing
tne ptiouc primer 10 rcmuu nom pun
ishing I He Sktcu ns it cousliiuicii a
lrcach of decorum and of the rules of the
house. The resolution was entrusted to
Mr. Halxclle for picsciitntion in the
iiisc, but before that wns done Mr.
Harrows, who is scnker pro tcm, wns
consulted. Ity hisadvicc rcjircsentntions
were made to Mr. Kennedy which in-
lueed linn to withhold the 8ccch from
.he printer for a few days nil. I consc
liicntly the resolution was likewise with
Mr. Kennedy said he didn t Iwhevc
he had said anything that constituted a
violation of the rales. He addeil that he
had not vet had a chance to revise his
sieech and until he had had that oppor
tunity it woulil DC witlineiil irom tne
Record, but no longer. Meunwhilc the
innression in the house is that the ob
jectionable features of the sccch wil' be
hiniiialed lielnre inilihsliing nail . ic
matter will there end.
THE MAI.K IM I'MMEU,
one Hundred and Two I.otH Hold
by AlkltiHon. Reynolds) 4k Co.
The great miction sale of the Siicars
lands in Northeast Asheville, by Atkiu-
in, Reynolds & Co., closed to-day. Dur
ing the three days of the sale 102 lots
have been sold. The sales including a
block reserved for Copt. Atkinson
mount to about $1"0,000. The entire
ract, consisting of Kill ncrcs was bought
by Nntt Atkinson, V. T. Reynolds anil
N. A. Reynolds three years ago for $4.0,-
Mlll. They hare siwul considerable time
nd money in improving the property,
ml the result is that no prettier lots un
to lie loiind anvwherc in the city. I tic
bidditii: dariiiu the three davs has been
l'ooiI. ami buyers appear to lie well sat.
isfied with their purchases. Thcsalc this
morning commenced nt the edge of the
iiriincrtv nearest to tne citv, on nicrn-
moil avenue. The result is given below.
III. K THKKK UKMHItll.S AVKSI'K.
No. Niiinc of I'nrrhaacr. Slic.
I J. i;. .Martin. iooxi!7H,
a " " HHixUili,
3 W. II. Wil.oii, to.ixi'.'io.
4 l.lHkr CrniK. HO2J.T.
8 J. C. M
0 T. C. Hi
arliii. HoiJlHi. i.;iui.imi
Suiniin, Hllxllia. l.iiuoun
II.IICK KIIIIIT HAMIITII STSKBT.
a i Mi'Ciinii'M, iHoiano,
J V. M. I'uttimcin, lonxUOO,
0 li. II. Kivn.iliU, looxl'.l.l,
U P. C. Milntlrv. lil.ixlioo,
1.1 A. I.. Hrvn.ilils. llllx 1 to,
III A. I.. Ki'vn.il.la, liONli's,
17 H. T l.riinkf, lllixlJH.
H W.J. itiichiiry, lluxiaH,
111. OC K TWO CONKTKS STSKKT.
I t J. T. Ilnalic, KlIxll'U,
I II. A. Mudger, 10KX1N7,
I J I. T. Ilii.tlc. 14OX10M,
Lots'.l. 111. 11. 111. I'O, 21. 2S. 23, 2
o, l. mi, o.f, ! HI1.1 .1. (i.likn
. .... .... .... .,. i in i.
). part of which were sold yesterday and
the remainder tins morning, were put as
a whole. Mr. harton . . '.recti, ol 1'iiv
ettcvillc liccamc the purchaser, nt -
Lots 1(1. 11. H. 7. . 5. mid . Block r
were first sold separately and afterwards
as a whole. At tile latter sale, nr. nan
kel. ol Charleston was the highest ludde
and thev were knocked down to him at
Capt. Jack Stewart, tlieauclionciT, nas
made a hirue iuiiiiIkt of friends by his
courteous and good naturcd treatment
of all and has proved himself to be an
excellent auctioneer. Cnpt. Stewart
lllltlll IS 111 l.CXItll!tOll. Kv.
The entire tract has not liecn sold, nnn
the remainder will lie held lor the present
.w-v-'.iA'.s in-' cnxsEoriixcE.
The Chicnuo carpenters' strike ended
amid differences among the labor leaders.
Hev. William Morrison, of Philadcl
nhia, has changed his faith from thc Pres.
uyicnan i. mc iv4,in,,i, v..
Thc lirm of Hixic & Mcllor, lumlsrr, of
Am iro. Wisconsin, has tailed. I lie ns
sets $(iO(yHKl(i, liabilities $."il3,IHlll.
The New York Stntc bourd of nrbitra
tint! finished its investigation ol the Nc
York Central strike in New York city.
The Swill Iron and Steel Works,
Newport, Kv., will lie enlarged into one
'.. ......i .1.-:.. .(..
ol tne largcsi. sicvi winnnm .m
Thc colored citixensof Chattanooga are
making up n party of Bcvciity-hve ol
their race to emigrate to LilR-rin nbout
Thc executive committee of the Nu
tionnl league of repnblicnn clubs has de
cided upon a National League conven
tion, to lie held nt Cincinnati, April 21,
Severn! men discharged from the
Niw Vork Cciitrnl testified lieforctheNew
Vork State board of arbitration thai
they were never drunk or insubordinntc,
as Mec-rK "'lent weun ciinrgcu
Influential democrats in Philadelphia
nre endenvorinif to induce Senator Me-
Aleer, n ward politician, to withdraw nt
n cnngrcssionnl candidate ,in the late
Samuel J. RnndnH'i district, in order that
aurh n clianiic ns that from Richard Vaux
to McAleer may not drive awny the inde
pendent vote trom Mr. rnttuon,
fnunt HcrlKrt Bismnrck is expected
to visit Paris shortly to inquire whether
ins miner, i rinci: ninniuir., wu,m
his father, Prince Bismnrck. could
IV HI UVIIIUHSai""""- -----IB o
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADU MARK RBOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cured l-;very variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BLSli.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable rcputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Huauaciib. The
immense favor which bus greeted it from
II quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried il, will never
l-'or its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the' subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLORAL AND COCAINlv,
Since it does not contain an atom of
ther oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
lisarrnnge the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
Thc eculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
liable as a cure for any kind of head-
ach. -without resiiect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
is in the case of other so-called "hnrtn-
' remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular nnd saleable article iu
thc market, wherever known.
IIIKUCTION8 FOR U8U.
Thc dune for an adult Is two teaapoonfula
in a wine Klaaa of water. Hoar for children
.roMirtlon, according to atfc la cither
:une thc doac can be repeated every thirty
mtnuce nntil a cure la cllvctcd. One doae will
alwaya drive away ao attack of Headache,
if tuken when tiriit feeling the premonitory
Hymtilom.; hut If thc attack la well on, and
tullvring ia Intense, the accund or third doae
may be required, t'auully a greater number
uf doaea ia required to eflvct the Arat cure
thun ia needed for any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the niediciuc is accumu
lative In It. ettccls, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For ante at
46 A 48 (. MAIN HTRKKT,
Opiioaite Hank af Aahevllle.
Dry Goods, Fnncy (Jootls,
ami Notions, Idii-e Curtains,
Table Linens, Towels, Nan
kins, Con 11 terpn lies, White
(Sooils, nnd Kinlii'oitli'i'ies at
prime eost. All Domestic
Goods, including rride oft lie
West, Wiimsiitta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-t Cottons nnd 10-1
Sheet inpcs at prime cost.
We rail speeial nt'iition
to our large stock of Eni-
noidery and Knittiiu; Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime post. Ladies' Mnsliu
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and llibbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special Bale.