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A nnnt-r utlvi't'tl-icnu'l sets forth r,.,.,.
T A. tar u the different method! of adver-
Asheville Daily Citizen
the buyer needs to know, with aiirrriible 7
tiling arc concerned, the dally paper li de
cidedly the beat. That la the broad, iwlft
channel; and when you float joar boats
uHn it, you are lure of a quick return.
,,-.--. llie IlllV'CrilSCr llCl'll. lO
think of la, "Wlwit (ire the facta that u liny,
cr mcils to know uhout iny .turn" Anil
ivllllt IhC mlVLTtlNt'tlU'llL u-ril-.r n 1. ...
think of In, "How inn 1 utate these facta !
X Henry Curtin.
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lc-lllii-uf" J. li. 1'uwcrs.
VOLUME VI. NO. ,124.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
L I N V I L L EJ
A piano planned and devel
oping as "a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lionlth
fulneHS and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It iH being laid out with
tate and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lln-lllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
a BON MARGHE, f
8 30 South Main St.
J NEW FALL GOODS
33 8. MAIN ST., ABHKVII.LB.
li TNI PLiCl Foi
I00KS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
ape 1 ad ,
WnT.a II. Owtw. W. W. Warr.
GVVYN & WEST,
)-cceera to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. CommMoncre of need..
OFFICK-aoMttioae Coa-rt Bejaa-i.
USTTO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the tlnadrrd. who are comlnnto A.berllle
to apend the Pall and Winter.
All thnat who have hon.ee to rent ahoald
call on a. at once, a. we hare many applica
tion, for both furnl.hrd and onfurnl.hed
honaM, which w. an at present analile to
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE BROKERS.
toon 4k 10, McAfee Block.
an Patton Ave.. Asheville. N. C.
P. A. GRACE,
We call your attention to our excellent
MASON'S CRACKERS, BISCUITS, CAKES, C
We buy theae Rood, direct from the factory
and in auch quantltle. a. to Mil them out lie.
fore fretting .tale, and you can alwaya dc
pend upon letting them frcah. We keep the
10 Ct. Soda & OyHter Cracker
On the market. Our
CREAM BISCUIT AND WAFERS
C.Itc .atlafactlon to all. If you want tiWBUT
GOO 1 18 of any kind don't mil to examine our
atock before buying.
We alao Mil theae kooiI. at wholranle nt
A. D. COOPER.
Corner Main and College HI.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Blankets, and other goods
for cooler weather 1ms just
been received. Plasterers
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Cheinis?,
downs and Underwear to be
found in the city-, some fine
goods, cheajMr than you can
get the material and make
them. .Stockings in colors
and Fast Muck, Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, lluttons, Lin
ings, &c; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
perfect, ho that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can bo filled at our store nt
prices away Mow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And ImrcMttticnt Agent.
Loan. e. nrely placed at A per cent.
84 3d Patton Avenue Heeond floor.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualnesa
Loan, securely placed at per cent.
At IRK Chestnut atreeti large honac with
wrll ventilated room., hot and cold hath.
ctoact., Ate. Hlah location, near car line.
WM. R. KINO.
. OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. N
la loiatnl in A.hevllle and will practice
Draughting of any description a ipecl.lty.
P. o. Do. ais.
Go to Carmicluiers 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 preseriptioi
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign nut
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct hik
that you will be charged a
low price. Three regis! em
preseriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T.C.Smith & Co., Public
Square, Asheville, Finest
Drug Store in the State.
Heaviest Stock of Drugs
West of the PI le Ridge,
Largest Payers and Lowest
Sellers. Lenders in Prices for
Miles Around. Prescript ion
Department uncunlcd in
equipment. Don't Misuikc
the Drug Store Corner Op
posite the Court House.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
I hits and Car
pets, 7 A 9 PATTON AVE.
.lust arrived new Fall
shapes of Taylor's Celebrated
Mats, second to none in style
and quality. Price
I. our motto, and we know thr coplc np.
prrrinte It, for they huvc proven It bv thtlr
llliernl patronage. We think Ihnl we lire
better prepared now thnn ever lirforr to give
our customer, the lienrlit of low prleea In
Our large e.ncrlcnce nnil Increnalng linal.
nojuatlry ua in niaklnu this aiiticiurnl. It
la nrrdtea. for u. to enumerate the illllct-i nt
article, we carry. W. acll the
And can alwaya guarantee Idem to glve.atla.
taction both in
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Onr faellltle. for delivering good, promptly
WIIOLKMALU AND KBTA1L UKOCUKH,
Cor, Patton Avenue and Maln'itreet.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE TARIFF BILL IN THE HOUSE
rtOMtC OF ITU MOW. IS UII1IHT
MR. FLOWER SPEAKS OF THE
MEASURE ASA "CYCLONE BILL,
Washington, Sent, y T. The turiil liill
has been reported to the house anil will
Ik- voted on nt half past 5 this alter
The conference bad to deal with Hi l
ainciidmeiils, nianvof them involving ilil
fereneesof principle, and ol'lrcnlnienl, ami
many were the subject of bitter eontn
vcrsics In-twccn coiiuictiug interests. In
the more important items of this kind
the result of the coiniiii'.lcc'g action was
The date when the bill is to take ellccl
was made October 11, and February I
next is fixed as the ultimate, date on
which goods deposited in bond InTorc
October I, niav lie withdrawn at the old
Of changes made in theinlernal revenue
section, a conferee's statement isasfol
lo ws :
'The senate struck out all the provis
ions of the bill as passed bv the house
providim.' for a reduction of internal rev
enue taxes anil the abolition of sitcial
taxes or the annual license on dealers in
tobacco, cigars and K'ddlcrs of tobacco
and cigars. I lie couiercncc committee
restored llicsc provisions, anil taose re
limine; the tax on manufactured tobac
co ami sum! lo six cents per pound in
stead ol lour cents as provided oy lac
house lull. 1 lie paragraphs relating t
the sale of tobacco grown bv small far
mers without licum minimi to pav kiv-
cial laves have Incn restored, lly tin
restorations ol these paragraphs nearly
ion. liill) persons are relieved Irom tin
payment ol the 'aunoviiig special taxis
which are now imposed ny law.
1 he ivciprocitv nieasme, winch wa
to take cllivt Julv I next, is cliangeil t.
take cllii't January 1, I sua.
(Ml liiuilmu twine I lie rate is nxed in
7-ln cents, but on other conlaw the rat'
is advanced from j to l'i cents s.
pound nioic than agreed on by citliei
Hugging for cotton, giiiinv cloth am
similar material suitable lor covering
cotton, composed in whole or in pai
ol llux hemp, jute or jute bulls, value,
at li cents or less kt sipiarv yard, 1 t-l
cents a yard more than 0 cents, I s-lo
Tin; mi. i. in tup. iioi si:.
In the house to-dav Mr. McKinlei
asked that the reading ol the loiirna
I dtsx.'iiscd with in order that mor
time niiglil In.1 accorded to debate on tin
tariff conference report, but Mr. Turiici.
it (.coriiia. obiectcd. I lie piiirnal hav
ing Ihcii approved. Mr. .MeKiiilcv said In
understood that tlie ri'piiiilican ntcmiiers
lcsirrd no more than one Hour lor in
hale. He asked, theielore, that debate
should continue lor live hours. two hours
lo lie given to the Iriendsaud llinehoms
to the enemies of the report.
Mr. McMillan protested against anv
limitation licing put iihui the ih-ciission.
but siiggesled Dial II sucll liimlalion
were lo Ik made the hour should la' lixed
at li o'clock.
Mr. McKinlcv neiMiicscd m Hits sug
gestion and asked lor consent ll'.it tin
previous ipiestiop ik consuiirni as or-
lered at that Hour.
To this Mr. McMillan obicclul. nlure-
Umiii Mr. McKinlcv gave notice that hi
would demand the previous ipiotii.n at
half oast live o'clock. Mr. M, Kiulc
then made a slalcmcnt ol ihceh.iugesU'
tweeii the jirovisioua ol the house bill and
the hill lis It passed the senate and ex
lamed the provision ol I lie conn reiiiv.
ii rclcrcuce- lo the sugar schedule he said
that the hill lis it passed the house pro
vidtd that all sugar up to and lucludiui:
No. Ill II S. should lie admitted lice, and
that sugar above that color should pay
four-tvullis ol a cent a pound. That was
to coniH'iisatc lor the difference in labor,
the cost ol retiiiini! in this country ami in
coms'litig ci is n tries. In regard to ilu
aiihiccl ol binding twine lie i xpiessed his
opinion ihnl Ihc duty was too low. but
lie indulged the hoe that some liirthei
congress would discover the lad ami ap
ply the remedy.
Mr. Flower, of New Vork, character
ized the measure' an a cyclone bill. The
point of III" bill was to so arrange it thai
llicic should Is? notrailelHlweeii the I'ui
ted Statesaiidforeigiieounliies.il would
liable manulaeluiers to combine and
lleecc the H'oplc while funnels would fail
to linil any relief.
400 NOI.IIII JtN lltW'Ni:il.
A HfiiHlloinil H.'iMirt I rom Vlcii.
Vii-.nna, Sept. I'olish journals
assert ihal during the recent niauoiivrcs
of the Russia 11 annv at Koyno the Kias-
nostaw bridge collapsed and loilsoldicrs
who were crossing ilw bridge were
drowiird, The pasrs stale that iimong
those who lost their lives was den. Ilar-
do w sky.
Klllrrl lv l.leclrlclly.
WlNCIMiNlioN, Mass., Sept. 'J7. lid-
wnnl Tr.win, aged l.s, anil llcorge Hunt-
aril, aged lill, were instantly killed last
night bv nn electric light guy wire com-
in in contact with an iiicumicsceiit cir
cuit on I'onil street. Hoth had hold of
the wire. Ilaruard's hands were baldy
burned, and il is supposed that! ryniinl
tcmiited lo assist him mid hiinscll lell a
victim, Word was telephoned to Ihc sin
tion, where the ciirn nt was shut oil, so
the men could Is? released.
Hoped, uonm, l-:vufU-d.
lllKMiNiillAM. Ala., Sept. a?. It has
leaked out that David II. I'atty, a prom
inent grocery drummer, has eloied from
here with hm IH year old sister in law,
Miss l.ollrv Williams, 11 .voiing wotnati
who lived in the suburbs.
Another Wenlern I'nlon (lottblt.
Knoxvii.i.k. Tenn., Sept. 27. The
Western Union Tflegrniili comimnv has
boituht the Knox ville, C'linibcrlami I'liip
& Louisville line to MiddlcalMirough, and
took po.sea.iort tn-ilny. .
H There Amy Hue Here That
Knows) You f
fiwnniwnmr.L. H. Winslock, N. '.,
Thus. I'. Harriuiu, SouthCaroliua ; Miss
I la vis, Mississippi; Mrs. A. II. ( '.inimical!,
nurse and children, Savannah; J. II.
French, Milwaukee; A, I'riske, llalti
more; Waltie L'onny, Savannah; C, A.
Carson, liuck I'orcs'l ; II. Cobb, S. C.
Crimd Central: R. 0. King, Haiti
more; Mrs. (lluislead anil child, Wash
ington; Koht. H. Vance, Miss M. S.
Vance, Mrs. I'avid Vance, Riverside; F.
('1. Carrier and wife, Sulphur Springs; J.
K, Justice, Wayncsvillc; . Newby, llrv
son Cilv ; M. S. Webb, Moivhcai'l Citv;
J. F. Maloney, X. C; A. I.. Rankin,
ilrcciishoro; W. R. rucnant , W. W. Zach
ary, N. C; W. II. Ilerry, K. ,V i. R. R.; L.
15. Mills, W. X. C; Win. Simpson, Knox-
villi-; W. R. Wilson, Chaiiai ga; Chas.
R. Hi owiiell, 1'ctroil; (1. W. Ficucli,
f,7i-H 'h'm'k: M. II. Maynihan, Cleve-laul'-.F
I llali'er, Joiiesbuio; I.. II.
Winslock, X. V.; R. ( 1. King, Halt inioic
I., li. I'.ritlish, Kcrusville, X. C; R. II.
Hale, Kaoxvillc; lames M. Roberts, Hal
liuiore, R. ). Silcrwooil, llaltimore; J. A.
.Moore, I laimllon, ( .; Miss S. M. tins
conic, Wooilburv, X. .; Miss C. M
t. ooier, l.ausdom, ra.; Mrs. Ilansi-rolt
and dauglilcr, l.tlwarilliai rctl, iliaiuu
ton. Iiel.; W. II. Shclton. New V.-ik; A
II. Foster, Tenn.; II. K. . lines, Ciiicin
nati; Miss Conic Camp, Folk county
M. M. I.anibiim. Marion, X. C: S II
Wiley, wile and daughter, Master Wiley,
Win. Miirdock and wile, Salisbury ; Win
Sims. 111, Kiioxcillc, I0I111 II. Matthews
HarU'rville, Kv.; II. I". Smith and lainilv.
hastland, l ex.; W. S. Taylor, X. C.
Ilntlcry I'nrk .('.. Ilartridge, Savan
nah; W. Rosenthal, Atlanta; l II.
Shields, W. II. Cwyn, C. R. I.croy. Nor
folk: W. I. Warren. Coluiubia; Mis
Warren, Charli stun; t.ait. II. . I lu.1. 1
nut wile, inns" and t wo chili Ten, I. S.
irmv; II. (',. II aims. Moiileouu rv ; I. W
Stickler and w ile, Miss X. M. Stickler
lr. . . Stickler, lraiit!c. Mass.: li. I',
I'cllitt, New Orleans; Mis. udge livart,
.Miss lidlinc Iiv.ul, Miss Viiiuia XI,-
llurvy. Nashville; Mis. Johnstone. lot-ru
villc, S. C; A. I:. I'.ouy.aics, t'olutii'iia ;
Miss, donales, M.ss II. r,.,u.iU-s, Flat
Rock. N. C; W. Walci -s.-anlp vs. Mexico;
II. F. I.'v.ius, Cllall.-sl.'li; Mrs. We-t I-
icldl, I'hibp Westellildi, Fleieher; 'I .
rosliv, .New IH'hans; A. II, I.iii;I.iiiiI.
v liicago; at. mil Hoiiilies. Km kii.di.
lex.; I.J. riigcialil. Knoxville.
lurrlMite of 11 I'opolar Anlivxllle'
Cards are out lor the marriage of Mr.
I'll, is. A. Joins, of 1 hm city, and Miss
Josephine Wright Myers, ol Wilmington.
S. C. The widdiiii: is to take ol.icc at
St. James church, in i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 u t . , 1 . Wed
uesdav, I ii'lolier s, at villi a. m. Tin
Miiilt- will conn iiiiuiidiali l in Asia villi
md will Is'giu liousel..cptiig 011 Hailc
St. Mr. Jones is one of Aslu villi 's most
jiopular voiing attoiiieys ami has h,.sl
I Incllds here. .Miss MmISsikiiI las!
winter and pari ol t lit.- summer line and
has a large iiiiiiiIht fin mis in the cilv.
Two Nulal.le IH-iiIIih.
N'liW Vokk, Sept. 1'. lieu. Abl.HII
iMirvca died ol paralysis this morning at
his re sidence.
WlNMI-Kii. Sept. L'T. Hi-Imp Farand.
of Athabasca, died Vcstcrdav at St. Hon
ilace Irom geiieral lirc.'isinu down ol his
system, the result ol lorly years' .it .In
oiis work niiioug the Indians ol tin- 1.11
I.ommin, Sept. Jii. The light U twii ii
Slavin and McAiihll'e came olf etuila
niorning. Slavm won the lilit in 1 lit
second round. The light lasted six and
tlireT-itiartcr iiiinulcs. McAiihih lace
howeil marks ol severe piiuisliiiirai.
Viim'l Meeel Hnl-Trt-iiHiirt.
HlkMIM.llAM. Sept. 17. Manager I ten.
I'. Caitlicr. ol thr alliance eehaiii:i', savs
the cvchaiigc' is piepared lo ship the lar-
mcrs' e-otlou dirivl ti liveriool and gie
llicni the lull iKinlit ol thai market.
I I0 l.ltesi I.OKt.
I'AKIS Sept. It is believed that
lilty lives were lost 111 the lloods in tin
south o I'i.iiicc.
m i:iks ui' coxshji i:ci:.
I OKI ION.
The damage bv I lit- lloods in the de
partment ol Aiilichc. I'lauee, is estima
ted at tilt v millions ol Irani s.
The employers in Sydney insist I hut t lie
unionists shall accept the pi iin iples laid i
lown 111 their recent maiulrsio Is lure
tliev will consent lo hold a omii ivmv
with thr strikers
In the I nitcil Slates sin.it,- labot bills
were tailed up and laid aside, flu laud 1
mrl lull was luitlici iliseusstd.
Virginia ri'piiblieaus preilh t ibsasler to ,
their parly 111 thai slate as tin result ol .
tin-sealing ol John M. I.aitgstou, I
III I be house the conlcicucc report 011!
the bill lor establishment of RockCicckj
park, in the Ihsiricl ol Columbia, was;
agreed to, A resolution was adoplnl
lor I lie iiivesllualioii ol certain i harms
against the posliiiaster of Ihc house. A
bill was passed appropriatinu SI ,111 11 1,1 11 111
to enable the secretary olthe navy to
purchase uii kcl ore lor the in. inula, turc
of stT armor.
The I bird coiigri si, mal dist net oil Villi
sylvauia I I'hiladi Iplna I demoi'iais noiui
niitcd Mr, McAlccr ill a loily'iniiiute ses
sion, There was 11 heavy frost, theliisl of the
season, throughout Rockland county.
New York, yesterday iiiornuiu, Tender
vines were froen still'.
Rev. A. M. Iiefonl.of IliiiionyillcW'is.,
whs arrested ill Milwaukee while 011 his
way to attend the Wisconsin conli nnee
on ii clinrtic ol raising hank bills.
Il is couccilcil that the New Vork art
museum will Ik-open on Sunday ill the
near Inline as a result ol ihe oiler of Mr.
William T. Wallers, of llaltimore, lo
bear the cost ol tin- exH'iinicnl lor two
The republican slate executive commii
tec ill South Carolina have agreed upon
11 ticket with A. C. Haskell as governor,
lie nml nil the nnmiueis are siriiiuhlout
democrats who opposed the Tillman
movement, and most ol tlmn opposed it
on the stump. The republicans assert
that the ticket can lie elected even with
out the nitl ol white votet,
I W ART'S l'OKCK 111 I.I. TALK
w. Tin-: Hi'i.i.cn vitn i i;N
A.MI I tlMl l.ll ON
n llll AUKIIIMI 01 .Mr. Nlllloli, 11
Itepuialili- ;i'iillt'iiiuii of hid
Wooil.HayH- 1 1 live lord the Hit in
I'rolll n St ill !'nll,-sp..iiil-nt.
Ill uxsvii.1.1:, anccy eonnty, X. C.
Sept, L'T. It would siciu that Hamilton
. liwart lias had all his campaign than
di r, as soiinilid out in his speech against
the Lodge lull, knocked intoaeoekeil hat
W. T. Crawlnrd to-dav read allidayits
saving tlinloiiej. Wiley Shook, t who, by
the iviiv I itudcrstaud is lo Ik'coiiic the
cilllor ol the Fanner and Mechaiiiel de
elarcd that he had prepared a large part
of that speech, and that alter he had pr
pared it he had hard worl: logcl liwart to
deliver it, as he said it would ruin him
Among these allidavits is one Iron) the
latlicr-ui-law ol Shook, a most rcputabtt
gcpi h man of I lay wood,
liwart to-dii) read a telegram Inuii
Shook saving lliat he had never said any
such tiling, anil so the uialtcr stands. In
tin una lit ime t hi' would In- menilici-of the
I a rim i s' alliance is in bad shape all
1111 un. 1 IT .i.s.
There was a magnificent crowd present
at the discussion here to-dav between
Crawliuil and liwart. The democracy
of Yancey were very anxious lo hear their
young champion in the Xuith congres
sional district. It is useless lo deny thai
llicic were some w ho had doubts as to
whether be was the mall lo make the
light against bw.nl. Many thought
lain loo young and inexperienced. This
iieling in Yancey county was coupled
with the tin I her tact that many ol tin
strongest democrats ol tin: county wen
cu'ccilingli anxious that the nomination
should go lo Capl. J. M. t'.ndger, than
whom 110 mail stands higher in this
coimiv. Hut all these doubts were loi-
1 ver put lo rest lo-ilay, and a h-cliug that
Craw lord is the light man in the right
ilaee scciiis to h.iee taken possession ot
every democrat who heard him. One
thing is sun-, liwart is 110 match for him.
md 1 lie l.iul.er he goes into the canvass
the more lully the masses realiethisl'aet.
1 IMW I OI,'ll is Ai.i.m.-sivi:.
The dise iisi.,11 to-day was curtailed by
icasoii ol .Mr. L raw lord lKing lutein
neatly an hour in arriving. The crimi
nal case of Austin, tor tin murder o l.cd
I, it'll, having been lakcii up tins iiioriiiug.
Judge MuiiiiioH would not allow the
use 01 tin cm I house alter three o'clock.
Cr.-iwlnii! in. ikes no pretension lo ora
oi v. Inn i n rj jioint is eleaily made,
unlivery aii;inni 111 elini lied, and I10111
the oiK-uiiig word to the close lie is au-
ri-sie. and in ibuost every eliaitie In
la in the ., I tt 11 1 1-, 11 , ,1 Ins audiences to
l.w .11 1 by poiuniii; bishmjcr mcauiiniK
at him ami ileiii.iiidiii thai In- explain
his slioitcoiiiiius to the noplc he lie
Ilu lid into siippoi 1 11, g lam two veils ago.
I lie liaiiillitu; ol the lanll oiiistiou b
Mr. Craw lord is most able, and Ins lad's
and liguiis ami illustrations ate ol the
most tilling eharai In .
liwait is kept busy exnlainiui!. ami
the only change is w In 11 In- allniipis tin
"highly honorable" and "extremely eon
sen-lit ions. lie is very bitter aiiamst
I'm: Cmii x Isvaust- it has shown tin
K..plehoiv nun 11, it the demagog ue has
Ueu shown 111 his sieecli against Ilu
torev bill, ami how unniioi the triekstei
is appaicM in the methods he used in
"snaking" into ( lit' farmers' alliance.
Il is probable that he will In- maildci
siillUloi'i the campaign is over.
II llll I AM I l W 111. 1,11.
aiici' loitut i's uiaiority lor Jxliiislou
iwouais ago was llll. lam assiucd
b the Inst p.,ti, ineii in tlieeouiity that
Ciawtoid's 111. Horn v willuoi In' less t b in
'hm, and many tl.iuu. and give g 1
leas. ins lor I In 11 Isliel, that II W ill Is
1 'in thing is sure. 110 mall could have
made a bnei impie-iou than he did to
day. and t -e ill iuoci.k i is in hue light
Capt. J. I.. .n!. tli. 1 11 111:111 of tin
eoiiiiiy lAcctii ii committee, and Hi. I. a
lan tti l'i ill. 01, 1, W . 1 1. iii-li i and Thus,
li. Rai, Itotu ilu- wtsiini part ol ilu
count 1 , say thai the piosKcts are veil
bin.' 1,1 in thai s, ,11011. w hilt 'James li.
l,,biuoii ami II. . 011ug, I10111 t lit
eastern section, ami I. I'. Hi id and A. J
Hi unit I It oiti I lie iioithetn sctlioii, ami
Saiuucl IVnhile .iii.I oiiiirs horn ilu
southern tt lion, ate all lullv as enllmsi
astic. Miis. New laud and Hlaekbuiuc.
candidates 'or the solnitoiship m this
listmt, spol.e line le-teiil.il. anil 1 lit
various e.iiiilnl.ites toi the stale sella li
opi ak toaiiot iow . The county primal ics
1, 1 uointn.iti i,,- eoiiulv olhcts will be
In Id 111 a lew dais, and 110 abatement in
mil nst or t Hot 1 by '.he demou nts will
be po-siblt bet w ceil I his and the day 01
ilu Hon. S 011 can count on old aim
to do I111 whole duly, unless my iulor
illation is utiieasouably lii.n cilraic.
Ihe next two dais will In- given to
Mucin II, the liainnr I'lpiibbeau eoiiuly
in t In ilist 1 n 1. Clan lord is islci'lly tear
less, and u ill till tin 111 iiioic tails than
I In t arc 111 the habit ol healing,
I.. II. Smith, Capl. R. II. Johnston nml
Mai. . II. M.ilonc, ol Asia villi, arc here
attending eouri. J. I'. K.
I V t'liMMI N l' AMIII A ll.l.l..
I lit rf Are Nt iirly k.imio I't-onli-lli-re
l At-imil I 01111I.
The census ol Asheville, as taken by
liiose nigagcil ill compiling the new city
ihrciiory is iihnost eoitiplcteil, F.leven
I li mis: 1 in I eight Ininilnil and titty-lour
nanus have Im-iii taken so far, ami Mr,
T ult uwidcr says that about lilty nunc
vi I111 were not to In- I011111I by the can
vassers are lo In- counted yet. This will
make Ihc new census amount to 11 1 11 1 11 1
1 1 .PL'," or 1 Ml tin ire than the Initcil
Stales census made it. The iiiimln'i- ol
while people counted is 7,ll, and col
Wasiiimhon, St iit. L'7. The total vis
ible supply ol coll 1 hi for Ihe world is 1,
MH.'.'Tn bales, of which Hl'.'l.dTtl lire
American, kcinipla ol e-otton this week
at nil interior towns lto,U77 hales; re
ceipts from pliiuliitioiii, .'11, TIM bale
m:vi:r failing cure for
TKAIlli MARK HKOISTKRHI).
ABSOLUIELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE ANO
Cures) liM-ry Vari'-ly.of Meadlillie
AMI NDTIIiMi lil.Sll.
ANTIMIGRAINE I!1" mnK! ",r it8t,f
the enviable rcputa-
tion of being the limsl, most effective
and reliable article ii. ihc market for the
s.edy rebel and cure of every vuriety of
thai common trouble, Hhauaciik. The
immense lavor which has greeted it from
ill ipiarurs, proves its true merit, ami
icecptabiluy to the public. It is sonic
Uaiig which almost everyone needs, 11 ml
thou- who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers il duct not tic-
IK-nil upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs aa
A.N TlFYklXli, MUKI'HI.Mi.
CHLORAL ANU COCAINli,
Since it docs not contain un atom ol
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can In-taken by
young and old without I'ear or serious
i'cmiUs. It is n. u Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
110 noxious or sickening ingredients.
The iKculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist 111 it. being thoroughly
reliable as a cure lor any kind of hcad-
iclie without resH.vl to cause leaving
110 unpleasant or uiiuoying atter-cllccts,
is in the case of other so-eallcd "hurra-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
Un- most popular and saleable article iu
Hie market, wlieu-vcr known.
1IKI-X..UNS Fur 18U.
Tllr .lose- lor un utlult ia two ttuapuonlul.
ill u 11 111c Klusa 01 wutcr. Uumc lur clllltlrrn
11 pi-u,onioii, uccortliug lo ki. In culler
ast the- iJum' eiiii lie ri'in-utt-d every thirty
iniiiuca until u cure- la e-lle-eU'tl. One duae will
itlHitya ilntc unuy uu ultuek ol lleuiJacbc,
11 taken when llrst Iieling the premonitory
yiniiloms; l,ul il the monk is well on, aud
uilermi; is iiileu.e, the' neuuil or thinl ilusr
iuu l. iiquiriU. I suinly a ureuit r uuiuln-r
,1 elusia l nquireil 10 clleil the Hrat cure
limn is nie-ili-u lur uny aue-ex-eilitig tune tttcre-
nu-r, sbt, wiui; tlutt the iiieilicinc ia accuinu.
ulive iu its e-llieis, telliillig tuwurd uu event-
mil iHTiiiiiiicui i'ur-
Pur suit nt
46 NO l Til MAIN STREET,
AsiiiiYii.i.i;, x. r.
N1-:V I'Al.l. IIHIiNN UOODS,
St.vlisli iws Iriiiiniiiis,
full slin k fall ami winter 1111-
lerwenr fur Lmlies, Misses
Kill (Hum's fur hlreet ,ilivHH
Hill lllivill"-', CIH'Sels, llllllll-
'ieri'liiefs, litisier.v, fniiey
mmIs. liilili- lineiiH, curtain
Iniper.v, slieetiiiLVs, lilniiki t-
't are offering the largest
variety (if ISIazei-H ainl Taney
WrnpH for early f.ill wear,
Tlie innHt HtyliHli fejnnnents
for LiiilicH, MinHOH and Cliil
ilren. Call and exuniiiio our
new fall Htoek.