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paper only please the counting room unfortu
nately obtalne In some quarter, but to the
frreat maH of the people they are not only
ntercsttng, but useful and inatructive read
ing. They are the ahnpper'a vae mccum,
the bualncaa man's guide and everybody'!
Instructor, A newspaper without advertis
ing columns would fall to accomplish Ita mts
ion. Beaidea, It would lie about ai poor aa
Job'a tnrhey. Boaton Herald.
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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 119.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned anl devel
oping as a
Situate! in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region not4Hl for henlth-
fuliiHHH ami beauty of
An elevation of M.HOO feet,
It in being laid out with
biHto and Bkill, with well
graded roods and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
These are the brands of our beat FLOUR,
the finest of the nnc, the best of all, and ia
esiccially recommended to those desiring the
whitest and purest bread. In fact It la the
creum of all the wheat aklmmcd off Into
We uro have other brand and grades, and
can furniah a good family flour as low
$2,nil, having secured a lot before puaalng
into the hunda of aitecufatora,
A. D. COOPER.
Two rtcciind-hnnd wuguua fur sale clicnp.
(Jo to Carmichael'B Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
findafulHine of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. II ih prescription
department iH Btocked with
the jiurest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
tho market, both foreign and
domestic. And you pan rest
OBHUi'ed that your prescrip-
tion will be filled correct atid
that you will be charged 11
low price. Three registered
preBcriptionistH ready to
nerve you at nil hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
BON MARCHE, I
30 South Main St. J
NEW FALL 600DS I
M et. MAIN 8T.. ASHBVII.LB,
-IBTHI PLAC PUB
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
- ' ' REAL ESTATE.
WsLTia B. Own, w'.
PRICKS . THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
Blankets, and other goods
for cooler weather hii just
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Chemisi,
( Jowns and Underwear to be
found in tho city, some line
goods, clieiiiter than you can
iret the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fnwt IMack, Wool, Me
rino, Cotton. Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $2
anair. All kinds of Dress
Triinminirs. Buttons, Lin-
- - - n w
ings, &c; in fact our Htock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or LadieB is well nigh
wrfect, so that your WANTS
from tho cellar to tho garret
can be filled at our store nt
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy nnytlimg
until you try
The "BIG RACKET
T.C.Smith & Co., Publii
ft mure. Asheville. Finest
Druir Store in the State.
Ieaviest Stock of Drugs
West of the Ithio Kidge,
jjirgest Buyers and Lowest
Sellers. leaders in Trices for
(uipmcnt. Don t Mistake
t lie Drugstore Corner p-
tosite tho Court House.
GWYII & WEST,
(taectssora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
ttoana Securely Placed at
Commissioners of Deeds,
orriC-" Conrt acinar
CORTLAKD liHOS. ,
Real Estate Brokers
And luvcatnieiit Agent".
Loans se urely placed at er cent.
SI4 He an 1'attiin Avenue
UST TO THE HURRYING FEET
)f the Hundreds who are coming to Aahevllle
to spend the rail ana mnwr.
All those who have houses to rent should
call on us at once, aa we have many appllca.
tlons for both furnished and unfurnlehed
bouses, which we are at present unable to
JENKS ft JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 ftio, McAfee Block,
aa Patton Ava.. Asheville. N. C.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I
Office No. 1 t-ctal Bloc
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TCMV.Y.
EIGHT PERSONS KILLED IN RAIL
VRK1UHT TRAIN IM.I'PMJ Utt
INTO A HI'KNINIi RKIIMiK.
Chicago, Sept, 22. At 8 o'clock lust
night a switch engine on tlie Chicogo,
llurlington nnd (Juincy railroad, run into
tlic reiir of an excursion trniu on the Illi
nois Central ronil near 1ttH street. Four
mangled corpses were soon drugged out
of the heap of broken timhers nnd twisted
iron that marked the spot where the col
lision had taken place. Three others were
seriously injured and six others slightly.
The freight crew claim that when the
crash came the red IL-hts on the rear of
the Illinois Central train were hunting
with extreme dimness. To this the result
following was attributed without hesi
tation. The four dead were two sisters named
Oilmen uud two young men, identity un
known. Of the injured, one who gave
name ns Miss Pilgrim, was in u dying
condition when taken from the wreck.
Another Otto Schlof died to-ilny. Con
ductor llenrv Cariington, ol the passen
ger train, and ne o the lirakcmcn were
Col Mil. Ill.l I'l'S, Sept. 22. Ahout
seven miles south of this city, yesterday
morning, a north hound freight train
with eighteen loaded ears broke through
a trestle fifty lift high. When the train
ran to the ciist end of the trestle the en
gineer discovered the west end on fire.
He signalled for brakes, lint the train was
running at the rale of twcii.y-livc miles
an hour, and as it struck the burning
timlier there was a crash and the entire
train went through to the IhjIIoiii of the
Marl in Hastridgc, engineer, of Stan
Iniry, Mo.;Jas. Itiirkc, lire-mail, ol Sin fl
oury, Alo., k. n. u iinauisoii, iieini ur.iHi
iiiiii'i, Macon, Mo., were killed. The lire
man was liurnccl to ashes while the
lirakeman had a fractured skull and bro
THK III HCHi:i.l. TltlAI..
MlKhty I) Fallen Indeed,
Judiclna From ThlH.
IIhhi.in, Sept. 22. The Hamburger
Nnchrichtcn, which is accepted as I'rince
niattwtM.b'a ni-nrntt. n few rinvfl ni?o lltlll-
lished an article criticising the manner in
ii eh the irovernnvnt dealt with rumors
concerning its attitude toward slavery
in east Air tea.
The North German Gazette, covern-
crnment organ, replying to the article,
says that the government declines to be
dictated to by the Nuchrichten nnd justi
fies the meeting of such canards by a
straightforward denial instead of by dip
lomatic shuffling. The Gnxctte in the
course 01 its article makes an incidental
attack upon the iwrsons who inspired the
I. G. EWART DIG INJUN.
HI-X'RF.T MKF.TINtt OI'T IN
Fatuous) Camitllnii C'iihc
Opened Ml Woodslock,
Woiiiistock, Out., Sept. 22. The day
of the oH.-uiug of the lliitvhcll trial broke
I'll'HI'l'illt ioll bright and clear. Among the pnpnru
I.. -e ,. .. 1 : I ,..!..(
tlOUS IOr IIIC ITHII SII'IWIIIH ilVHivr,
enterprise was telegraph apparatus rur
into the court room with connections ti
nil parts of the world so that mcssagcx
enn be sent direct from the mxirtcrs' ta
llica to iiiiv newsnancr. One ol tne
lu.nrilitiu house kcencrs in this place had
ick-ohone iimt above the judge's Iwiieh
connected with twenty instruments in his
own itacc. so that the people tliere
miL'hl hear the evidence ns it progressed
A large niimlier of ncwspaier men are
here Irom nil over v.annoa ami many
from the United States. The lawyers in
clude a numlicr from the outside who
arc here to listen to the case and take
notes of it for their own information.
THK I.AHT MAI.OON.
All Driven Out by Brave eterni
Kokoma, lnd Sept 22. The teniier
lance iicople of Grecntown, a place
t,0MJ inhabitants, hnvc dually driven
I ih,. lust saloon from that town. They
hove kept up a continual tiglil lor two
venrs. Three weeks ago tne oniy saioon
I remaining in the town wus destroyed by
dvnnmite. The owner soon resumed bus-
I mesa anil was immediately arresteii on
twelve aHidavits and the court costs
were in lei I nuninst Inm until Mi tin nay
wlH'ii he surrciidcreil his premises to the
I sheriff who closed the saloon.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
1 lilts and Cnr
7 A 9 PATTON AYK.
Prlu FlKhlersl Arrvaled.
Iinimin, Sept. 22. It is rejiorted ilia
Slavin and McAulille, principals in th
price fight, which was to take place un
l..r the unsiiicesof the Urucndcclub.liavi
been arrested. They will be arraigned in
court this afternoon onclmigeoi conspir
inn to eiiininit a breach ol the iwacc.
l.ATHk. llotn were ooitiiu over tocv
Htrlkeat Meolch FuriiuceH,
(;i.asc!ow. Sept. 22. The Scotch fu
men have struck for higher wages,
the lurnaect being blown out. The iron
market here is excited in coiiaciiciiec
PTE FOR YOUR CHOICE!
LET THE CITIZENS OF WEST
TWO HAI.I.OTH IN F.ACH IHHI'F.
JNTII. THt'RHDAY NKXT.
Hliarp ConlraMl to the Open.
Handed I'anvaas of W. T.. Craw
ford In the Maine Field An
Aifeul'H Milan HuHlneHH.
CllliiioKlili, N. C, Sept. 17. Cherokee
irculnrs went out from the t'nitcd
States Indian agent's ollice ut this place
to the several Cherokee townships call
ing till the Chcrokccs to meet in conven
tion nt Nc-Vn-ti meeting house, Jackson
county, Sept. Kith, to hear the old men
it the tribe sicak. This circular said
that refreshments would lie served and
the fatted calf killed. The names of the
cnerable sicakers were: Jackson Ju-hi-
lah (Fox I, Ha-yah-een (Swimmer) Fox,
id Tuhen-kee-sti (I'hcasant) Fox.
The unpropiliotis clouds on the morn
ing of the of the 10th partly passed away,
the Indians gathered in large numlicrs at
the appointed place, and with eyes ex-
icvtaiit turned toward the rising ol the
sun, whence nicy siiouni nun tne com-
ug of those aged ones whom they called
Heboid whom should thev see but t lu
ll! "Iiiiuii II. li. invari, who iirocecucii
to talk iHililies. As none of the Indians
named were present to give an account
if themselves, though the I nitcd htatcs
Indian agent and goverumeut school su-
icriiiteudcnt were there. 4 he Phcaslnn.'t
was serveil bv the Fox ! 1'imhi which the
Cherokee Naiad spuke in the lollowiug
Hack to yiiur aliiiilea,
Yc aitir ta ol the illunti-liiuii red :
lay nut lui-c tile iIuihh ol sueli nenlchieanc.
acc to youi own nria inaicuu i
Suffer nut the liriiilil Ihihta
i a i-oiir trliR- tu ciiint- tu aniline.
We'll rail ati'tin nn tllcnnteil 'iilca
AnU lit'ttr 1 Kerual;!!' on to iionc:r-
V. T. Crawford sMikc the dav liefore
. . . i:. I
-.wart, nut nis uiiviing wasiioniieiii uuu
nililic mid advertised as such in all the
Siiocriiileiiilcnt Mirav anil Accnt Jim
took limine iiclion in this, I claim, they
Iwinif employes ol the ( lilted States.
Aueat inn calico tins iiiceiing iinu m-
. -i I.- u ,-...:ui..i
terpreico lor i.wiui.. onnj ,uininn
music bv his brass bund. It was a
shrewd scheme to get so many Indians
together, under the pretence of hearing
irom their own men and then nnng liw
art out to make n olilicul sccch.
II Will Have No I.eiral (tlKiiin-
cauce, llut the People Will Have
Hpokeu Tbelr HenllnienlM.
No successor lo Mr. Pullinm on the
board of aldermen hug yet Itecn chosen.
iik C'mzi'N thinks the people ought to
siieak. In order to give them an oppor
tunity we print below two ballots.
very copy of Tim Citizkn will entitle
vou to two votes, bverybudy can vote
nd express their preference. These bal
lots will lie printed in every issue
of Tim CiTizii.s up to and including next
hursday. Tub Citihn of Friday, Sc-
utlicr 2IUh, will contain the name ol
ery man voted for nnd the number ol
ites he recived. The board of alder
men will meet tnul nignt, ana your
hoicc will thus lie before them.
MY ClTilTcU FoK AlX
Let the voter sign his uumc here.
MY CHOICE FOR AI.DF.KMAN.
Ut the voter sign his name here.
U't everybody vote. Ivvcry man, wi-
man and child m the west wurd ought
to vole; every man, woman and child
in the east wurd may vote. Let the peo
ltring your ballots to Tub CmziiN
Prom the llrevard Carolinian.
Mr. Van Whitmirc went to Asheville
the first of the week, where he will re-
ilium lor sometime.
Two former Hrcvnrd Ihivs. Wm. Guest
ii ml Alex. GroiMiu. now living in Ashe.
ville, are in town lor a few days visiting
Mr. Gus Hamlilin. who has Iwcn em
ployed lor several months past in Ashe
ville was nt home with his family for a
couple of days the first of the week.
At the resilience of the bride's father,
Mr. J. K. Gluicncr, Miss listher Ghuener
was married on Sunday morning Inst, to
Mr. James Wright, ol Aslievilic, rtcv. i.
P. Marr officiating. The couple will
leave for Asheville in n. few days, where
they will make their luture Home.
A MIlKhl Fire.
Yesterday morning about 3 o'clock fire
was discovered burning in a closet ut 7
North Mninstrect. Thecry of fire aroused
the inmates, who, milled by Fireman Stur-
gess nnd Mr. V. A. James Irom tne tnr
olinn Mouse, rxtinuuished the fire by the
use ol buckets ol water. It was found
that the fire originated from n rat nil
lilinu n match which is known to hav
Iwen acciilcnlnllv dropisnl nnd lost in the
Ihix. No general nlarm wnsgiven, owing
to the presence ol mum nnn prompt uc
lion of the inmates ol tlic nouse.
SOUTH CAKOLIXA 1-oLKS.
The beat trade Is always our olijcct.
F. A. GRACE,
Strictly a Brokerage Bualneu
Loans securely placed at B ner ceni.
C'oiiurrasmaii Rowland is sick ut his
I uomc m riuncwpu ,iin.j
'.l-n Dnskin. who was killed in n duel
in Montgomery, Ala,, was n son of Geo.
Iiuskin, ol orange county, tins mn
iw M. Duskin married u daughter o,
Tvre G rim. Shortly niter going west
lie lumen rcpii'mcmi mm ..-
live politician. M'ws ouscrver,
Kcv. T. II. 1'egram, of the V. Is. Con
ference, nnd a resident ol this city, wns
married in Kernel svine, Be iicmocr nn ,
.. mi. .re rfMermlne.1 to sell the to Miss Alice Phillips, 1'resi.ling inner ..
Iieat aooila at Hie ahorlest irnllls. Ilur pure
Clover Leaf l.ard la ns line ns enn lie innilc
we guarantee it to nlve snllafnetlon
Our llama anil llrcnkftiat Hni-on nre cstrn
fine try them
We would alsnadvlae you to try our Ne
at,. 1 Mnckrrr . Hoe liernna, t-rcHin vim
We always keen a frrah supply of fine
I'EKSOXS AMJ PLACES.
At lltH Chestnut atreet i lar house with
well ventilated rooma, hot anil cold bath,
cloact" c. Hlah location, near car line.
WM. R KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U. I. N
1. located In Aahevllle and will practice
Draughting of any description a apednlty.
P. o. lieu ain.
ii A.l.ima ncrlormiiiu- the c.Tcmonv. The
ciiutilc alter a short visi'. to Richmond,
1 1 ... i. ..ill.
vn., reiurnco i mvu i w.v ,,..
TUi. Winston Twiii-City Ihiily boasts
that Winston has n womuiu shoemaker.
It is reincniliereil Hint mere was living
near Oak Kidge, many years ago, n shoe
maker bv the name of La'Wis Ilrowil,
whose wife linnlly K"t to making slims
Tki. over lurtv venn ago. Slink
ing of womnr 's work as a shocmuker re
. i in.! n ureal man v years ngo
, i..., u,ii .i woman ill Madison who
Hairy Mutter. Ho not mistake thla for the nm(c co)iiis. Greensboro Workman.
Firkin Butterilt is far superior, sweet and T. I. Uerome, who prneticed law here
I 'J'U tn .,,l,lw.,l ill
freah. direct from the dairy. ?, tTK I . Iw onrtncrVll nmn nnmed
nentellak Plour enn seldom be equaled ,'lArli in knnana City, where the firm of
and never ..celled... hundred, can testify Jerome "JV".
who have ucd It for years,
give It a trial, Hesutctlullr,
POWELL A SNIDER,
W1IOI.IMALH ANI BBTAI1. OROCURR
Cor. Patton Avenue and Main Mreet,
Do not fall to . , bi.i .1,. bag. without nlekel,
and hud to telcgrnpn to rtonn vanuuin
for inoncv to put hit business In shne.
When the moneT reacnea uim. jt-roinc
in L'liiciiwi to go into uusinrss,
saving he could not stnnd the humilin
linn anil lllsurilCC Ills uurilll-T iniuvaiiwii
rii t'nnroril Standard says it heart Mr,
Jerome will return to Nortd Carolina to
THE CITIZEN" WANTS A
AND FULL BALLOT.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAllB MARK RBOISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) Kvery Variety of Headache
ANU NOTHING KLKI!.
Has earned for itself
the enviuble reputa-
HI-: HOT Hits MAN.
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable urticlr ii. the murket for the
pcedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIuaoachk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curutivc powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL ANU COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom ol
ithcr ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemiculs, and can be taken by
young uud old without fear or serious
results. It is ni. a Cathartic, does not '
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine eousist in its being thoroughly
reliuble as a cure for any kind of bcud
achc without respect to ci.usc leaving
no unpleusuut or annoying after-effects,
as in the cusc ol other so-calicu nurin-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur and sulcuble urticlc in
the market, wheicvcr known.
A TemieNnee Farmer' allele Cap
lure of a Negro Thief.
This morning ns the 7.30 street car
was passing that savory section known
as Cripple Creek, n large, round-meed,
keen-evcil countryman silting in a corner
with his lace partially hid by his hands,
suddenly reached no and pulled tlic bell
cord. The cur stopied and the old gen
tleman iiimued out und plunging into a
crowd of negroes emerged with a dusky
youth by the collar, und uctore anyone
knew what it all meant, the Tcnnessccnn
had his man in the Battery Turk special
on his wnv to the city jail.
TllH CITOTHN man oeing on tne car,
soon ascertained thnt the countryman
was Newton (irny, from Newport, i en
nrssre. On Scntc'rulier IS. Sandy Ross,
the negro arrested, had entered the house
of Mr. Cray in Newport and stolen $5
in money and other nrticles amounting in
value to some .u. asiicviiic spoucc nun
icen notified that the Unci was thought
to have headed this way. Air. i.ray
thought, however, that he had better
come up himself, and yesterday reached
the city, lie Kept niinseii sunny, allow
ing thut II his man lounn tnnt lie was in
town he would skip. Mr, Gray was just
riding about looking for the negro, nnd
ns soon as his eyes fell uon him he rec-
Tun Chinese arc said lo endure changes
of climate netter than any other race,
A V.issiil. recently rt'Kirtcd inn llelginn
pnicr ns IhuiihI lor the west const oi ai
...vi hud aboard 14 missionaries. -MM
inns of uiinoowdcr. 1 1 cases of gin and
111 casks ot rum.
I nrnrlv every foreign country may
l found colonies of old soldiers who are
on Uncle Sam's pension list. Cerinnny
nlone has fitltl of them, Great Hritain
475 and SwiUerlnnd on.
A m-iuvTisT roinniitestlial with the aid
of n machine constructed on the principle
ol the iKinng, drilling nnd pumping nti-
laratusol tne musqiiiio a noic cmim m
lorcil to the centre of the earth in less
than n day.
Tun t'n-sbvleriaus of Simkane not long
since sold their church to a man who nt
once started a saloon in the basement,
and now there is seen a bar sign on the
comer of a line structure surmounted by
n tall steeple.
Tim famous Hindoo god, l.inghnm, is
now owned oy nn r.iiginn gcuiieiniiu
mimed Sienccr, who paid $i.i,t"H tor it
at an auction sale in London in IHHH.
This curious relic stands twelve and a
half hands high.
Mks. I'hnsciiowi'.h, of Clovcrdiilc.Cnl.,
has raised a sunflower this year thnt
breaks nil records. The stock is six
inches In diameter at the ground, it
stands 1 J lecl high, nnd the llower meas
utcs U feet around the outer edge.
A Ghoriiia editor in resigning ft coun
try postollice writes: "The receipts lor
the Inst month have liren $0.40; the rent
4. and the clerk hire JJIO. lieing a ncm
. H..M nr. I ,rfr rriif mil- consent
ucriik. w v rv--
to hold office under a republican adminis
tration; hence we resign."
He hud on niv breeches nnd my son'i
shoes." said Mr. Gray, "and of course I
knew Inm us soon as 1 clupcrj eyes on
him. . .
Snudv Ross is now in the lock-ui
awaiting liirlher action.
AM KI.KCTIOfS RIOT.
KlKhleen Persons Killed and Fif
I.nsiiiiN. Sent. 22. Advices from Goa
India, state that eighteen persons were
killed, and fifty wounded in the election
riot nt that place by the Portuguese
troops who fired upon the crown rcpulili
cms. t ic rortuuuese residents oi iiom-
bay have resolved to apiical to ivngianu
to annex Goa. unless the Portuguese
government redresses the grievunccs ol
lis Sllinccis tuciv.
Three Hundred Houses Burned
lti!nsn. Scut. 22.-The village of Ruthi
in theciiitonof St. Gnll, ison lire. Three
hundred houses have already Iwen lies
inivcil. The loss of one life is reported,
All the iieoolc whose houses were burned
arc in a destitute condition.
l)IKUv..ON POK USB.
The dose for an adult ia two tcaspoonfuls
in a w ine jrlasa of water. Ooac for children
urouortion, according to aire. In either
t;aac the dose can be repeated every thirty
minues until a cure is effected. Cue doae will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
taken when first fcclinK the premonitory
symptoms ; but if the attack Is well on, ana
uttering- is intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Uauully a greater number
of doses is required to effect the first cure
than is needed for any auccccdtug time there
after, showing that the medicine is accumu
lative ia its streets, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure-
Pur sale at
MTMKS OP COSSESJVEXCIi.
Mrs. lessie Uenton Fremont, widow of
General l'recmont, is in destitute circum
stances in Los Angeles.
Kx-Govcrnor Cameron is in receipt of
letters showing n large desertion of white
republicans in Virginia from that parly.
The statue of Horace Greely wns un
veiled Saturday in the presence of thou
sands, lion. Cliaunccy M. iwpcw cm-
gir.iug the editor and statesman.
Cimtain lames II. Miller, while nt
tciuliiiir a cnnttmicctinir near Indianapo
lis during the civil wnr, pulled the curls
of a pretty girl in front of him. They be
came lovers, but she married another.
He married also, but he never forgot her,
and when he died the other dav he left
her $!.'l,t)0t. She is living in Chicago in
poverty with her third husband.
Two hundred union cnricnters struck
work on the new exposition building nt
Sooknne Falls. Wash,, because the con
tractor Imtight boycotted lumber. The
eiticens were indignant; consequently
hankers, merchants, lawyers, counciimen
nnd others nulled off their conts, and.
hnnimcr in linnd, went to the building
uud brgnn laving shingles on the Im
Mr, 1'nrnclt will come to America in the
place of Mr. Dillon, who has been ar
It is liclicved the tariff bill will be ready
to present to the house Tuesday.
In the United States senate Mr. Voor-
hees introduced a joint resolution for an
immediate increase ol silver moiey,
46 ft 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of Aahevllle.
Dry Goods, Fancy floods,
and Notions, Lace Curtains,
Tablu Linens, Towels, Nap
kins, Counterpanes, A Into
Goods, and lOinltroideries at
. all 1 1
priint! cost, ah ixaiiesiic
Goods, includiiif Pride oftho
West, Wainsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-4 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings at prime cost.
We call special atttntiou
to our large stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost, liiunes aiusiiu
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low privet).
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.
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