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VOLUME VI. NO, 106.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping an a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
iiilnenH and beauty of
An elevation of IJ.HOO feet,
It in being laid out with
taste 'nnd skill, with well
graded roadH ami extensive
A desirable plane for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, nd
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lluwillc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
SPELLMAN 8 HATS. ENGLISH HATS S3.
30 Houth Main St.
NEW FALL GOODS
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View nd Sketches.
witriili. n, w. w. wwrr.
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REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Pttille. Commlaaliiaert oltleede.
OfriCK aeitlituM CaartsYajaara.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wntilde'l hay tlitaher Itada, mlaeraJ prop-
trlln or Aahevllle Real HUle f
Tint ttll nt llnrtlln, tnil we will give
thrr thy aitmry'a worth.
Wt eu tell thee hover lot, knit thre eheh
vie lo errct dwelling thrrron, and Inmri
the tame In Mr It re Inauranre Company
doing haalricae It thlt HUle
lire ttt call. Ilnrallol
JKNKS Jk JUNKS.
REAL ESTATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Roonaej at to, McAfee Block
M Patina An.. A "Seville. M. C.
F. A. GRACE,
DAISY s SWANS DOWN.
Thcw are the brand of our bent FLOUR,
the fluent of the fine, the best of all, and U
CRiKetally recummended to those deiiring the
whitest! and pureat bread. In fact It ) the
err am of all the wheat klmmcd off Into
We nro have cither brand anil gradrt, and
can furnish a Road family flour an low hh
I'J.AO. having .secured a lot Itefore pit suing
Into the hand of ipevtilHtoru.
A. D. COOPER.
Two HciMind-hund wagone for mile cheap.
fi THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Itlankets, ntid other goods
for eooler weather has just
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of ('heinis,
(.owns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods. eheuier than you ean
get the material and make
them. Stoekings in eolors
and Fast Blaek. Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 its. to 92
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, liuttons, Lin
ings, Ac; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or, Ladies is well nigh
Itcrfect, so thntyour WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be filled at our store at
prices uway Mow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inwcatmcnt Agcuta.
Loane ae. nrety placed at per cent,
MAM Pattoa Avcnut Mecoad flour.
(forawrly of Lya-aa Child I,
OIB.ee No. I Legal Block,
Strictly a Brokerage Bnalneaa
I .nun. securely plaerrt at a ore eeat.
That Inner hoarding hnoet oa Pattoa are'
nr. fronting Battery I'ark, 1 rmime, well'
hadrd ariiunda. line view, location central.
" W. T. WMAVHH,
arpH-at P. O. Boa Bill, AehcvllH. H, C,
WM. II. KINO,
OF THI ENGINEER CORFS, U S. N
It located In Aahevllle and will practice
thaaghtlng of any dewrlptlon a uperlalty
p. i). iio si,
Go to Cai-michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you -will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will, be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve yon at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICHAFX
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIJ
ALLAN'S PINE NEEDLE CIGARS,
CIGARETTES AND SMC KINO TOBACCO.
t'c tlic Pine Ncctlle Cignrt Air n tic-
linlitful imuke nnd ticedy rdirf fur hi
flnenxa, Acute nnd Chronic Cnliirrli,
Clcruymnn'i Sore Thront, liny I'cvcr,
Atthma nnd nil nronchinldiKnan. Com-
biniiiR Ihc full aroma of the Ynra to-
Imcro. imnartina to the tnnte mill hra.tli
n lilrnaunl cllcct.nnil by the introduction
of pine need lea the nicotine or Hiimnoti
pnirrtiet oi toiincco nrr lu-xirovcu, inn
onlv renilerinR their uar free Inim injury,
but with positive lienclit to the con
turner. 111. I K HAI;I N. J.,Mny n, ihnji.
ine Needle Ciar Company. Freehold,
New Jcrncy :
Oentfemcn: 1 am ditiroutof cxprett-
ins my mott tincere thnnkt, nnil exulted
opinion of vour I'ine Needle Cik'nrt nt n
remedy tor nniuii v.iunr.-n nnn nroneui
tit, Itoth of which troulileminic iliteiiHct I
have tuffercd with for nenrly two venrn,
and exuericnecil no relief until hud the
ciiod lortune o( learninK of your inott
VilliillDie remedy, mnec ineir line inive
received marked relief nnd coiiHiiler my
tell entirely cured. I nlm milit Mute
thut I received no unpleasant ctleet while
inhnliiiK the above nmncil remedy.
Yourt tttieetlully, I ha waoosi k.
Miinufnctured by Pine Needle Ci;r Co.,
I'reehold, New Icmcy.
For tnle bv T. C. 8M ITl I Kt CO., w holt-
nlcand retnil druKKt Pulilic Siiarc.
Aaheville, N. C.
DO YOU KNOW
A good thlnii when jrnu are II f Ifnu enll at
POWELL i SNIDER'S
And etamlnc their Hne aMortmcnt of I'rrneh
Craekrrt. eonnliitlnK In pnrt of
I'liney Tea Cadre,
Crrtm Wifrra, .
Xrphyr Wnfrra, '
Theat are aliau'iilely Irrah and nlee
UiHida. We nlan dralrc to call jrmir atten
tion to our well arlrc.eil atnek nf I'ANCV
OMOCKHIHN, of which wt make t aicolali.v.
We art nlftrlnt mil DARCUINR In Htaplc n
well at Pnncy llroeerlea, a larae prnimrtlon
ofwhkh we are ennatanttv rrn.wlitH direct
Iron) the manufacturer, Thll Inaiirra ynu
perfectly freeh -and whiileanme Riwila nt
print that wefaarantee to be nilow t they
caa lie bought In any market.
Cor. Pattoa Avenue and Mala Street.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
STILL WORKING THROUGH THE
I'lllili FINH, 11T A HITV ON
Wasiiimiton, Sept. 0. In the sen-
ate lo-dav coiisiileration of the tarilT bill
wna rc-Hiinieil. On motion of Senator
Munilerton iir'intendiiu-nt wiin mjrecl
to fixing the duty on white pine shingles
nt twenty cents iKrthoiuiiiiid. The com
mittee amendment pliieniK sponuet on
the free list wiih IohI, yens Hi; niiyt.'Ki,
and the rate of duty of twenty )ei cent,
nd valorem restorcil.
At the mu.'KCHtion of Senator Plumb
nnienilmcnU were adopted fixini! nt SO
centa per K",n t',v ''"tv "" alizorine
and assistant or soluble oil, conliiinitif;
more than 0(1 wr rent, ol castor oil. In
8M.-akiiiK in regard to the proer rale ol
duty to lie placed on fish, Senator
Spooner sail! that while fishcriiien oil the
eastern coast were protected it was not
I n er that the tisherics on I lie Krcat
lakes should lie thrown oien to lice com
IK'lilion. II there was anything in the
iroHisitinn of reciprocity the I'nitcd
Stales onht not to throw oien its mar
kets to Cunadiaii fisheries.
Senator Ciilisoii concurred in this view
nnd said it was well that when the ipics
tion ol a reciprocity treaty with Canada
was ii i the I'uited' Stales should have
the uilvnulUKC ol a position which was
iuiiorlaiit in diplomacy as in war
Senator Kenyan commented upon the
l.iet I hat while the pmuvtiouist senators
were in lavor ol admitting lish iret they
imposed a duty of 1i5htccuI. oucotlou
lies. In other wolds they arc IliK'i
piotectioiiists when protirtiou was
necessary lor I heir interests mid
tire trailers when free trade was in their
A vote was taken on the committee
amendment to parauraph ai." and it
was agreed to I without yeas and nays).
It now reads: "l-'icsh iish caught bv
eil ieiisof the I nilcd States in the liifih
seas or in the oncii water of the lakes
lorniin Iheboiiinlarv iH-tweeu tlu'Piiitcd
Stales and the Hoiuiniou of Canada."
Vl'.M'I'I'.KUA V'H WRIII K,
Vt'HllltiiU-tl turn t'iilulilecll
Hh Mkiiv Uvea.
Al.UANV, Sept. I!. Si 1 1 k ri ii ti in Kilt His
sell liiuuit a rail jammed into a ciillh
nard at the scene of yesterday's wrivk.
It was wedded with .imlicrs and M-eiirely
held by lish plates, the arrangement Ih
iim plaet d in a slatint; position, so us to
lilt the I rain eleni olV the track.
The results showed tlial the judgment
ol the lienils who p!..,' ,i the niistt'iictuin
on the track was liner, im,', and their pur
pose was successfully done. A similar
obstruction was placed on the south
bound truck u little way above where thi
ol her waslound.
The three vcstibuled cars which were
dilt'lied remain intact. Thev sustained
no damiiL'C lievimd broken windows mid
scratched paint work. Bach cm- cost
HUW'H TK A :.
AhIcIv from Two I'lilluri-H II'h Ivli
ciiuratliiii, Nkw Vokk, Sept. II. K. (',. I inn's
weekly trade review savt that another
Inre luitiiix', thut of Sawyer, Wallace tN:
Co., comes lit a time when the clfivts of
the 1'utU-r-l.ovell failure of Huston
proves more disturbing than was ex
Kctcd. The New York house hail iR-cn
tieciilutiiiK for un advance in wheal mid
Hirk mid the Huston house had liccii car
rying tpeciilators in bides. It is not be
lieved thut the joint effects of the two
hiilurca will Ik felt in the Icpliiuutc
trade, but the speculative markets are
allicled. The other conditions lire all
WHKKIv'H AMHKVII.I.K'H T
MtliiK of llic Itt-l.iuerHlIc- C'lurtH
KAi.Kiiiii, N. C, Sept. fi. Siecinl.
President Julian S. Cnrr to-duv called n
itute convention of deiniKTiilie clulw to
meet in Kaleiuh, SepteinlH-r 21. President
Cleveland, Scnntors Kiiusoni and Vance,
mid other diHlininslieil dciuiK'rnti lire
All elubt lire nrKCil to send delegates.
Sta ih ClIKO.SK I. k.
I.Ike tlite Weal WitrtU-rM.
Ottawa, Sept., (I. The luUir eonnrcss,
nt midnight last nielli, adopted the fol
lowing: "We (leiiinud on IhIiiiII ol the a.-oplc of
this country llic rifiht hcrcatlcr to cl't
our govcrnordencral. instead ol having
one apHiiutcd in ICiihiud.
An liiMHiir Mt-HMure.
Iwiniion, Sept. 11. Anthony Mtiudcll,
M. P., Iircsiiletit ol the hoaiil ol trade,
siH-nkiui! nt Shellielil, ilivlaml that the
McKinlev bill wat tin insane measure
nnd one that would Injure American
commerce and Ih bkily to prove ilcstrue
live to the promoters,
NOKTIl C.K0I.1. FOLKS.
The brilliant North Carolina journalist
Mr. Walter II. Pane, now of the stall of
The I'oiuiu, is in North Carolina on a
bricl visit. Passing east from Asheville
lust I'liduy, he stopal olf heiv and
spent two ilnys witn ins lormcr coiirKC
iniiic. II. P. I.onu, Umi., Iriiviim Suiidny
evcniiiK for Moore county to tec his
mother. Sliilcsmic i.iiiiiimurK.
Kev. Mr, Liable, a native of Kowmi,
left for San l-'riincisco, whence he tails to
China, to join the Presbyterian missiona
ries iii that country mid devote hit life's
work to rccliiimitiK Chinese from heath
enism lo the religion ol Uirnl.
Mr. Jus. Allison, lisii., of Davidson Col
Ickc, and Miss Mary White, of this place,
were iniirned nt the resilience ol 1. K.
White, brother of the bride. The cere
u.,1. iM.rfiirmi.rl bv kev. A.T.. Crnw.
lord," assisted by kev. t. J. Allison, of
lilmwooil. Tiiviorsviiic inncx.
Jainri W. Phnrr, of Charlotte, who
wat mnrrird in Willinmsport, Pa., to
Miss Josie Thoirtpson, formerly of the
Charlotte Fctnnlc Institute, ha arrived
home, Charlotte Chronicle.
Kev. I!. A. Osborne went to Henrietta
Mills Wednesday to ncrform the mnr
rinf(C ceremony of O. Is. Wilkint, of Ruth
erford county, nnd Mist Lucy A. Dull, of
HIM Meat ntsclared Vacant By a
Vole of ios to oa.
Wasminoton. Sept. 6. The resolution
declaring Kepresentntive HreckenridRe's
scut in the house vacant was agreed to
yesterday, vens 10H, nnyt 62.
Mr. HrcckenriilKe, before the vote was
taken, speaking of the murder of Clay
ton, whom he claimed as a bosom friend,
said that it had lieen stated that after
that murder he should have resigned his
sent. Why should he have resigned? He
Knew oi no irnua in mc election wmcn in
validntcd hit election. To have resigned
would have been to any that he believed
Clavton to Imvc liccn murdered to eflfcet
the result of his election. T have re
signed would hee bc:ii'i (,wr loter to
the charges made against his people nnd
it was not proer or manly to do to,
The house of representatives was the
Iribunnl to impure into the election.
Twenty Thoustnd persont Made
Sai.nnica. Sent. , The fires which
broke out nlmost simultaneously in four
diffirent parts of the town yesterday and
which destroyed 1, 21 Ml houses and most
of the public buildings, have Iwcn extin
guished. One-fourlli of thecity is in ruins. In
. l... I. ,.l ri;tt-i,t. wi.rp flic llrittsh nnd
llw.l. ..f.nwiilMtiHi Crerk lliisnitfll and
Hchoiilsiiuil Turkish mosipic, allol which
were burned. Twenty inousunu iersous
arc made homeless by the lire.
THK VKRMOMT KI.KCTION.
The Democrtls Are Uainlna All
the Time It oeenis).
WlllTK KlVKK It'NCTION, Vt., Sept. .
Verified returns from all of thc2.'Uowns
in the state show a falling olf in the re
publican majority of I MU. Thetenute
will Is? maile un of twentv-ninc republi
cans and one democrat. According to
the returns received here the house will
stand 177 republicans, lifty-eight demo
crats and two tanners' league, with three
towns Sto we, Koxlmry and iroy. un
represented, leaving three towns lo Is?
The Old Colony wreck.
OriNCV, Muss., Sept. 0. Judge Hum
phrey, of the district court ol linst Nor
lork has miiilc his return on the iucpiest
held on the recent Old Colony railroad
disaster nt Ouiney. lie finds thut Jos
eph I-'. Welsh, the section muster, was
guilty of criminal negligence in nllowing
the jack lo Is? placed on the track at that
lime mid under the existing circumstnn-
ccs, and guilty ol gross negligence lor
ordering its removal Iwfore the time on
uhiehlhis train win tine to arrive at
in (.real Lack.
Kick mono. Vii.,Scpl.li Messrs. Jiimes
II. Pnc . Junua II. Itm.lev. Ii. i). Chris
tian and'T. M. l.ogaa.of this city, con
trol one-hull of the $5,000.0(10 cnoitnl
slock of the compiiny just formed to de
velop the ore beds about thirty-five miles
from Seattle. Wash., which are reHrtcd
to Ik? the richest in the worm. I nest
L'cnllenicn recently made over $100,000
each bv the sale ol a railroad in Wash
ington, in which they were largely inter
I ii'uuva S r Si-nt. fl Itnh Sbelton.
colored, win twinged to-dny for the mur
der of Wm. Rnylord. The ros! tlipucd
on the first drop and the second effort
had tn Ik made.
Nkw Yohk. Sent. B. The total visi
ble supply ol cotton for the world is
l.i)liHr02 hairs, Keceiplt at nil inte
rior towns, ny,.or.
CLE A'f ; r axi cm kcii.
Crecn lcvcl is a livennd xcalouschiirch.
under the pastorate of Kev. Mr. Hlanch
urd. un active working nnttor. This
church has, I think, the banner Sunday-
school Tor a country church ot any in Ha
state. Tbcv hnve tin enrollment of 27
mid the infant clnts nnmberill7,nndthe
attendance is notable for punctuality.
Mr. W. Ii. UiKhureh it the faithful and
efficient siiK?rmtcndcnt. Thit church is
the Irint or the early and consecrated
labors of Kev. M. S. Ferrell. Chatham
Correspondent Purhnm Recorder.
Kev. (ieoruc Ilnrtlctt. of Duncomlw,
cnuiliictcil a revivulmcelingntOnkOrove
churcu III tins couiiiy, uunng im wc-a
following the association, in which there
were over twenty prolessions, anil seven
tccu new menilieri added lo the Itaptitt
church. l-'ranklin Prctt.
The l.iiiirinburg Haptiiti have raised
$2,,riiio and will rebuild theirchurcli which
wiih destroyed by lightning lull summer.
Tims. J. llerndon wat buried in (he
O'Kcllcy family burying ground nenr
trKellcy' chapel. He tlcepi lietidr his
wife who win a grand daughter of the
vlrlirnted Kev. ImiiciO'Kcllev.iimlntthc
feet of that great antagonist of Hilltop
Ashury. lie win one ol the lountieri oi
the Methodist lipiscopnl church in Amer
ica, being a memlKrol the famout Christ
mas conference, and one of the 1 2 to Ik
orduined elders. Chatham corrctKnd
ent Utirbnm Kecurdcr.
Dr. A.J. I-ydny, of linon, lloyd town
ship, wat stricken with apoplexy on Fri
day night of iast week while tudoring nt
thcU-dsidcofone of his patients, and
lingered on, hovering IkIwcch life und
death, until Mondiiy evening when he
was giithcreil unto hit lathert. Dr. I.r
dav wni about flit yeart old, nnd hnd
Ikcii In the jirnctice of medicine for alraut
40 yeart. Urerard Carolinian.
Mr, John Aiken, who lived on Toxn-
... t?t,.ittw C.ntt on the South Cnr-
nhnn line was hewing timlwrt for the
erection of a church and wni accidentally
cut with the brond axe In the left. lnfla
million net in nnd he died at bis home
some days later.
iihn B. Mcleod died In LtimlKrton
after a lingering illness of several months.
He wni the oldest ton of Mr. A. H. Mc-
Lend, and nt one time tax collector of
Hugh W. Dixon, a ixiputnr young huti
nrss mnn and senior mrmlKr of the hard'
ware firm of H. W. Dixon ft Co., (ireent-
boro, died there recently, after only
few dayi Illness.
8. 11. Peonies, while on bit way to hit
home in the country nenr Wintton, wo
killed by tin horses running away.
In Abbott'l Creek township, Forsyth
county, Mr. John Adkini died in hit 7 lit
AN EMPLOYERS' COMBINE,
tTRIKKRt ARK TO HE BLACK.
If an t'nreaaonable atrlke Occora
All the Companies In the Ortranl.
aallon Are lo ahut Down A Mew
Pittbiu'rc, Sept. 6. A numlKr of
the richest coqwrations in the country
have formed an alliance against strikes.
Among the corporation! which are
memlKri of the combination are the
Westinghouse system, both in thit city
,.nd 'tea here, the Vale Lock company,
Colt Arms company and four or live
other big factories in Connecticut, and
presumably the Pullman interest!.
The compact agreed to is, that in caie
a strike occurs to enforce unreasonable
demands, whether the strike be against
one or all of the associated factories, all
work is to ceusc. The strikers are to be
allowed to remuin idle until they see lit
to return to work, and no factory ii to
employ any worker who may have left
another factory on a strike. Neither is
auy other associated factory to seek
workers during the strike irom any oi
the federated workmen.
The institutions named employ be
tween titl.OOO nnd 00,000 workers, and
directly support lome 250,000 to 300,
000 people, exclusive of other interests
depending upon theeuraingtof these peo
ple, it is cimmca uy mcsr niuiiuianum
thut the action of their workers hat
forced the alliance.
Lived With a Broken Neck.
Nkwiii'moii. Sent. . John K. Bulsuu,
of Hrooklyn came here on Sunday Inst
and was driving out of the city, when
the wagon was stopped under an appir
tree so that he mucin pick some of the
applet. At he stood upon the wagon
sent the horses suddenly started and bal
sa u was thrown headlong to theground,
breaking his neck. He lived until yes
terday noon nnd win conscious most ol
"While Capa'" Work.
Kansas Citv. Scot. 0. White Caps, on
Tuesday night, so brutally mnltreuted J.
'.. Smith, a clergyman, who lives in a
lonely piece of woods at Keno, Kan., that
his life is desonired of. He is about tin
years of age, and thcnnlvohjection which
the White Cnps had to him was mat iir
proMsrd to a widow ol 45 who livel in
Indnatrlal Hall Burned.
PlIil.AliKI.I'iiiA. Pa.. Sept. 0. The In
dustrial art hall at Broad and Wood
streets was gutted by fire this morning
and several small dwellings adjoining the
hall on Wood street were consumed.
A Klnar Antsi Lepera,
San I-'kanctsco. Sent, ft. Advicei from
Honolulu tiiv Kini! kalaukaun visited
the leper settlement August 27 and ad
dressed the Kople.
The River and Harbor Bill.
Washington. Sent. 0. The house pro
ceeded to consideration of the conlerence
report on the river and harbor bill to
THIS MEANS HCSIXESS.
tttTThe iirosiiectui for the Great Falls
Water Power Manufacturing and Im
provement compos, ol Wcldon, thowt
a limit of $2,000,000 for the capital
Block to Ik issued in $100 shares ench,
uMn the payment of 00 iter cent, of the
liar value, ame nunureu mouianu uoi
I nr of this stock hni n I ready been taken.
The nsaeti of the comnnnv upon this
basil will be $."100,000, 10,000 building
lots, 1,000 acres of land additional,
7,000 horse Kwcr canal, and a grist
mill with a cniiacity to grind 2,000 bush
els per day.
MrThesr are now laid to be the in
side facts in regard to the action of the
directors of the North Carolina Steel
and Iron company. Captain J. J. New
man hni resigned the general manage
ment; the capital stock is reduced from
$1,000,000 to $.'150,000; the price to Ik
paid for Ore Hill property is to Iw SUO,
000 instead of $250,000 ; of the $1)0,000
pnid for Ore Hill S. II. Wiley it to re
ceive $75,000 and J. J. Newman $15,000.
The contract should he let and a furnace
built as toon ni iosible.
fcxVThe iiroiirietors of the Medoc vine
yard of Hnlilnx county, a stock com-
iinny known as inc nicaoc vineyaro
'onipnuy. huve recorded in the reg
ister's iiffk-e in that county a deed
of conveyance of the proKtly to
the rnrmcrs i.onn ana trust com-
innv of New fork at trustees, and
save issued .'HH) gold bonds of the value
ot $.11 Ml each, liearing internt at 7 kt
cent., payable semi-annually, and malur
mg in nun nnn reueemnoie in innv.
(oJTThe work Air grading the CnK
Fear and Ynilkin railroad from inc vir
iritiin line to the point where it is to eon
ncct with the North Carolina extension
of the Norfolk and Western is completed.
As soon ni the work on the Norfolk and
Western it finished the track will Iw laid
and tircenshoro will Ik directly connected
with the Pocnhontat coal field!.
RaTMr. W. J. Kirklnnd write! from
Uhtckwood Station, Orange county, at
follow! : "While working in a well on
my plantation in Orange, three milei
south of I'niversity Station, I found
some very strong tKciment of gold.
Some of the rock that were Diaatca are
rly covered with the metal on the
Bar At the meeting of the stockholder!
of the Piedmont Sprint's property the
purchase recently mniie ny uage jonn
A. Gilmer, of Grerntboro, wat taken ad
vantage of by mrmlKra of the old stock
holder! and a new company was organ-
lied and the amount ($10,000) was
raised in less than five minutes.
fe9r. K. Young, president of the new
railroad which will be built from Hen
derson tn Stanhope, of Nmh county,
tells the Oxford Ledger thnt the rond is
an assured fnct. It will prove the great
est boom thnt Henderson hai yet re
HTImprnvementa will be made toon
at the Salisbury knitting mills, spinning
machinery will' be pnt In, the force of op
erator! doubled, and the building will
Ik greatly -enlarged. The mill ii one of
the belt paying ot the kind in tne ooutn.
HYA stock cotnonny to erect furnl-
.ture factory near the depot Ii being or
ganized, we art informed tnat more
than one-hnlf ii already lubtcrihed and
the prospect! are good to get a full com
pany. VYayncivilVe Courier.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAPS MARK RBOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AM
Cure Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BLUB.
Haa earned for itaelf
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, molt effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hhaoacub. The
immense favor which hai greeted it from
all quarters, prove! it! true merits and
acceptability to the public. It Is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon toe subtle influence! of lucb
poisonous drugs aa
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
either ol these. It it absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
reiulti. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
ao noxioui or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to caute leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
aa in the case of other so-called "barm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
D1RKCTION8 POR U8B.
The dote for aa adalt la two teaapooafnls
la a wine flats of water. Uoae for child rra
proportioa. according to ao. la either
caee the dote caa be repeated every thirty
mlnuca aolil a care la effected. One dot. will .
alway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
u taken when Brat feeling- the pretaoaitory
aynptoma; bat If the attack la well oa, aad
suOcriag It latcnac, the second or third doec
may be reqaired. Usually a greater aamber
of doeea It required to effect tat A rat cure
thaa it aeeded tor aay aacceedlag tarae there
after, showing that the medicine is aecaraa
tatlve la Its effcett, trading toward aa event
aal permanent cure.
For sale at
4 at 4 MAIN STStEKT,
OppoalU Sank of Athnllla.
Dry Gootln, Fancy GooiIh,
and NotioiiH, Int' Curtaina,
Tablo LlneiiH, Towels, Najt-
kiiiH, Counterpanes, White
(iooiIh, ami Hinhroiderit'H at
prime coHt. All Domestic
(SooiIh, including Pride of the
Went, Wit iiisu ttn, Fruit of
Iioom, 1-1 t'otttms ami 10-1
Slieetiiip4 at prime cont.
Wo call Htt'ial attention
to our large hUh-V. of Em
broidery and Knitt ing Silk,
Zephyrs, WooIm, Silk ami
Outline Work. All go at
prime cohI. Ladies' MiiHlin
Underwear at vot, Kid
GIovch, Hosiery and HibbonH
at unusually low pricew.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.