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J A. far aa the different mcthoda of adver
Asheville Daily Citizen
A nniier advertiaementactafnrth facta that
the buyer need. to. know, with agreeable ;
mnnnerB. What the advertiser needa to
tising arc concerned, tne aauy paticr la ac
ddcdly the ticat. That la the brnad, awlft
channel i and when you float your boat
upon it, you are aure of a quick return.
think of la, "What are the facta that a huv.
cr needs to know about my Hull 7" And
whut the ailvertlaement writer needa to
think of in, "How eun I atate thcae facta
I Henry Curtln.
in u way to command respect aa well aa at-
iihuu i j, ii, i-owera.
VOLUME VI. NO. 125.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1890.
1 . 1
PRICE 5 CENTS.
M ISC EI. LA NEOUS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henltli
hilnesH and beauty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable, investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
tdress, IINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
UtiTllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
SPELLMAN S NATS.
t BON MARCHE, I
30 South Main St.
NEW FALL 600DS
as 8. MAIN 8T., AHIIKVIM.K,
I. Tim plav pun
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Wtl.TKl B. OwrN, W, W, Waal.
GWYN & WEST,
(Riierc.aora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loaui Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commlaalonera ot Deeds.
OFPICR-aoalhca.1 Court ttqaare.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET!
Of the Hundred, who are comlnx to A.hevllle
to apend the Fall and Winter.
All thoat who have hou.es to rent ahould
call on ua at once, a. we have ninny applica
tion, for both furnished and unfurnlahrd
houaea, which we are at present unnlitr to
JKNKS A JKNKH,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 ft 10, McAfee Block,
S Patton At... A.hevllle. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Wc call ynur attention to our excellent
MASON'S CRACKERS, BISCUITS, CAKES, AC
Wc buy tlieae gondii HlriTt from the factory
mid in midi quuntitirn an to mil tluin nut tic
fnrc KittitiK tttnlc, nml you enn nlwnytt tic
jK'nil upon KcttliiK them frcuh. Wc keep the
10 Ct. Hod a & OyHtcr Cracker
Un the market. Our
CREAM BISCUIT AND WAFERS
f.lvr HiU.Hl'mtioii to all. If you wnut SWKliT
(if H)hS of any kind tlmA fitil to examine our
stock 1 iff nre buying.
We also xt-11 thise kmuiIh at wholesale at
A. D. COOPER.
Corner Main and College Sttt.
The best place in Asheville
for working ic(ple to trade
is the "Big Racket.' We
promise low prices ami good
goods, ami where our guar
antee noes with an article if
it doesn't turn out like we
say it will we refund the mon
ey. In our experience we have
found that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
further ami try harder to
save a nickel than working
peoj ile and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bargains
and the full worth of their
money we cannot helpselling
bargains to others. Among
our new goods, of which we
have a large stock, may be
found at the very lowest
prices: All kinds of Shoes,
hand made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common sIioch for ladies,
blankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
chamber setts and tinware,
hats and caps, 2.V. up, dress
goods ami underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
capes and jackets, flannels
and Jersey cloth, skirts and
skirting goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets ami talis, all kinds
of shoes, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
balb. overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, pants, pants, pants,
Aid, KINDS OK SHOKS-in
fact everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Buy not hingimt il you reach
Real ICntate llrokcrs,
And liitcNtniciit Agent.
I.nnna ar urvly placed at N arr cent,
it 4k il1 I'altun Avenue Hrrnml Moor.
( Formerly of I.rman At Child I,
Ofllce No. 1 Lcgnl Block.
Strictly a lirokerntte BumIiicm
Loan, aecurely placed at oer eent.
At IAN rhratniit tttrrrl. tarve hnuae with
well vi'lllllnti'il roonia, lint and cold bath,
closet., Air. Illtih linulliin, nrar ear line.
WJI, R. kin;,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U I. N.,
I. lo at.d In Aahevlllf anil will practice
I)rnii(ihtlti or any drecrlpllun a apeclully.
I'. I). im UJH.
(Jo to Cnrinichael'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 a ml
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 you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICHAKL
No. so South Main Street,
Asheville, X. V.
T. C. SMITH & GO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
AhhcviJlc, - IS. C.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVI'..
.fust arrived new Fall
shaHH ofTavlor's Celebrate I
Hats, second to none in style
and quality. Trice $1.
ta nur tttittln, and we hnnw the irnplr np
prceliilc It. Inr llu y have prnwn II lie thrlr
lllirrnl pntmnnitr. Vr Ihlnh Hint r are
Itettrr prrpmril nuw tltiiti ever iH'fnrr til tflvr
nuretiatiitnera the In-ik-IH of Inw prlcra In
Our Inrne eMrlrnv mid Incrrnalnii Imal
ncaa Jualiry ua In ninkluii thla atulrininl II
la needle. Air u In enumerate the illflrn nl
article we carry. We aell the
And can alway.iiuarnnteelhcm In uleeaall.
factlun bnlli In
Our faHlltlr Air drllvrrlna lunula prnmplly
POWliLL Sk HNIDICK,
WIIDl.imALII AND HIITAIL OKOCIIMM,
Cur. Patton Avenue and Mala street.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
T1IK TARIFF IIII.I. AiAIK IN
IT WILL PROBABLY BE FINALLY
Washington, Sept. U'.l. The runlvr
emc report un tlic tnrill liil! pnsscd Uic
liiiiisc Siitunlny ullcriKKiii liv aviiti'ol
1.12 to SI. Three rcpiilillcins, Messrs
Coleman, ot l.ouisianii, IVnllierstoiie, 01
ArkansaH, atid Keltv, of Kansas, voleil
with the (leinoerals.
The ennl'erenee ri'port on the tarilV hill
was prcsenteil .mil ivail at lenlli in tile
Si'nntor Alilrieli said lie hoped the sen
ate would he ahle to reach a vote on the
report this allernoon.
WILLIAM WA1.I.AC1-: HOI.I.IMH
Collector of liilt-rtial Hrvenue for
tlir l lltli ItlHlrU't.
Washington, Sept. L'li. The president
has nominated William Wallace Kullii.s
to lie collector of internal revenue lor llie
lil'th North Carolina district.
W. W. Kollins is a citizen of Asheville
and is a proinincnt tobacconist, licinu
cnaj;c(l in the wurchonsc linsiness. lie
is one of largest H'owers of the weeil in
the western section of the state. Major
Kollins is now in Washington. Mis nom
ination will have lo Ik-conliiincil I iy the
senate. Ile is a republic. ll ol com sc.
I'.lKiil Men KIIU-cl.
Z.tM-svn.i.ii, (I., Sit. I'll. Vesterda.v
mornini; a most disastrous collision oc
curred on the Itnllimori' nnd nhio near
t'leasant Valley, liclwccn the east and
west lioimil trains. Dihl train men
UlC I'acUluu lloiiHt I Ire
ClIICAi'.o, Sept. 'J'.l. I'owler llro's.
packing house at the stock ards wi;s
damaged liv lire yesterday morning to
the amount ol Si.'.iii.oimi.
HIMIi: MINHION WOKK,
A MlNhlon Cluipcl Ncjir C'rlU
(net. The mission work on the lower end ol
llailev street lias lat'ti orijanieil.
l;or some time the workers ol the I'irsl
I'lcslivlcri.in ehureh have Ikcii consider
inn the matter ol estalilishiu n mission
ch.'licl in this district, lor the lieiietil in
the H'oilc liviuu in and around that in.
savory section known (is Cripple Creek.
The Inst public nucliu was held ycstci.
lav nlleruooti in lice In ick IniildiuK owned
hy'A. II. Ware. Mr. K. V. Mdi.-r. n oini
man well known in this city, is to have
charge ol the work and he conducted tin
luci'liu),' vestcrdav, with llu assistanceol
Ut v. W . S. I'. Ilryan.
Mr. Miller in a short l.i'A set lor ill tin
ohjtrt ol the orvamalion and made a
sKial exhortation toiheiciclici iiijjin
tiicm not to la'iu the wot k unless the
thought themselves eipial to it. lie j,'avc
it short llililerendiuKotillieipi.ililicatiiius
necessary for a ehrisiian win kcr.
The Sunday k IiooI w as oi auied wilh
Max Tiller us secretary and Mrs. T. II.
C0I1I1, Miss Johnson, Miss I ce, Miss a
niison. Jas. S. West and H. I.. I looilnuiii
ns tvneliert. AlMiiit lilt v isi.iis were
Mr. Miller conducted os l servkval
the same place last niht, and ahout
thirty ih'ihoiis wcie present.
I'lveuiUK services will In- held at the
Ware IiiiiIiIihk twice a week, Sunday and
I'liday nifjlit and Sunilav m IiooI will Ik
held at 4 o'clock everv Sunday alleriioon.
The workers feci niiicheiiciimacd wilh
their iH'uinuinu and me uy his.iuloi
what can In- done. Tin ladies will make
a thorough canvass ol tin imulilioruood
and induce all the children possible to at
tend the Sunday school and liccouic
iihiiiIhts. Canvass lor adults will also
lie made and it is thotiKlillii.it as soon
ns the imclinc. Uvoiiic mil known the
attendance will Ik- good.
l:lt'C'ATIMAI. I l.tHH.
A iood Opportunity I 'or Vnunii
The educational eonntiiiliv of tin
oiiuk Men's Christian Association hac
prepared all admirable onusc ol evening
classes for .vouiig nun who work diuinc
the day. Imt desire to sik iiiI the vveniug
in self improvement. Classes under cmi.
H tcnl paid teacher will U' uinlci taken
in Isiokkivping, M Miiiiiii-liip ami coin
inercial aiilhnictic, and il enough appli
cations aic iituilv in Mttiogrupliy. The
classes will lie held two terms of al t
three mouths each, l lu Inst tcilu will
Ire held Mom (LioUr I to iKwinUr 'Jo
liach class will meet two night each
week mid thoioii-iiainl svslun.iiic work
Wllllc done. Classes w ill not U under
taken unless I hcic are ten pupil in each
class. A iiomiiial Icr ol 1 s r term in
each class w ill ! clmrgcd. I'rof. C. A.
Webb, nl the I Mange sirevl school will
give instructions in alilliuictic, anil Mr.
J. I.. Kith, a gimluatcol l-astuian's linsi
ness college and lor several year a prac
tical hook kccicr tt ill lake charge ol the
Imok keeping iiml Knuiuaualiip I'lasses.
This la an excellent opportunity lor the
voung nu ll ol tin cit V to prepare them
selves to till latter and more rcniinura
live positions. All dcsiiing to ioiu unv
or all ol these classe arc nipiested to
give their names at once to II. r. Aiulcr
sen. the general stcretaiy ol I lie V. M. C.
A.,orl'iol. P.I'. Claxtoii, ehairnian of
the educational committee, or to the
teachers ol the reKCtive elnsse.
A MrrloiiM Hunswuyi
A ten in Ulonging to William Milkr
nnd driven liy Tims, Cowan, a white bov,
Itct'iinie Iriglileuril while the driver was
unloading some Itunlter lit the corner ol
Church street ami I'att in avenue this
morning, nnd run up I'nttoti avenue.
The ammals ran into Krvell iV Wagner's
delivery wagon, which was Miinding in
front of their store, completely demol
ishing the vehicle. The horse hitched to
the delivery wagon wn knocked downed.
The runnwnv horst kept on and ran
into II, K. Xlcllcc's oiie liorse ilr.iv, in
front iif.Miiiinniigh's and knocked Mclltv
out. Ile wn nut much hurt but his
wagon wa damaged considerably. The
team wa slopped in Iront ol Redwood's
The damage to Kcvcll ft Wngner wag
on amounted to itlwut 970.
WHERE ls mm
HE DOES NOT MEET MR.
IS HE SULKING OR IS HE BEATEN
PKOIiHIiHrl OF THI! III IUTI-;
t'HAWI'OKII'N ;OOIt WIIHK,
(ll.li 1-iiliT, N. C, Sept. .'!). ISpecial
II. li. liwart has taken to Ihelnishes. He
left Marion Saturday night without
leave and the last heard of him was al
('.leu Kock. '
lie was at Asheville Sunday morning
Ile couldn't stand the medicine Craw
ford was giving him.
Crawford has a good crowd here to
day notwithstanding the rain, and l:tv
tirt's friends arc on the point of stampe
ding. i on Till': Hi-:.vr oi w a k.
low nr. t'rnforl ;hIiim on .Mr.
front n slioVenrresiioiiileiil.
IIaki:ksvii.i.i:, Mitchell county, Sept.
2.", 1SII0. A strong wind blew through
out the whole of last night, probably the
equinoctial gale, wilh tin occasional
shower, and when the dusky porter at
the Kay House notified the congressional
campaigning party al fi:.'lll o'clock that
breakfast was ready, the face of nature
was anything bill encouraging. Ami
Mitchell, the banner republican county
in the disli icl, wasour ileslinulioii! Our
party cas soon under way. however,
and as we progressed the rainlall in
creased, nnd as those mountain streams
are very treacherous, the ipiestion soon
arose as to whether we would lie able to
reach our destination. Provide!!. c is
certainly with Crawford in this light,
and despite the downpour, tile south
and north lurk ol tue I oc rixir were
salcly passed and ill l-' .'lo we reached
The crowd here was of coarse small,
am Mr. Hwarl sivmcd pleased at lite
prosiccl ol no siicaking. The only tunc
wc have steii him look happy so lar has
ls.cn when be would not have to sp al..
lint he could uoi escaie. Hakcrbvillc
democrats are made of genuine sluli.
They wauled to hear Crawford, and
Ciawlori, is never so happy as when
-a'ak,ug, and so discussion licgnn.
i:v.n I 's mica Ul i'olin.
There were about voters in the
.nut house. ICwurl's principal ihciuc
here was the tnrill ol ;i,1 jicr cent. '.il
upoti mica in Ihc McKiiiley bill which has
passed congress, lie evidently ilioiight
lie had loiiud soini tiling at last that
Craw lord would not Ire able lospoil.and
he used il lor all il was worl'i. lie spoke
ol the prosK-rotis condition of the mica
trade a lew ears ago, and of its sudden
iltcliue. This decline Ile declared lo hc
luc to the iniHiriaiiou ol mica Iroiu In
lla. where il was mined, he said, bv sav
age who went naked and utc lice, lie
displayed a photograph showing these
savages at work, and Iroiu the distance
at which we saw il. they very much re
sembled nil iiillucuiial tlass of Mr. Kn
url's constituent in and around Ashe.
Hut Crawford knocked this is t scheme
in the head also. There me nunc things
in the Congiessiotial Kccord than Mi
I. wart ever dreamed ol. Crawloxl Had
it nil marked ami laid away lor him.
When the larill oil mica was stricken out
by the senate committee. Senator lllair,
il New Hampshire, a republican nud an
old mica mall, t because il has la-en mined
in his stale lor liny yearsi moved that il
Ik restored to the dutiable list, nud in
his renin! k said that there had Irccu a
ilut v on it until 1 ss;i, but it was then
taken oil t liv the republicans, ol coiitscl
and he wanted il put back.
Thus, by a great light in his own party,
was Mr. llwarl's mica thunder prema
turely exploded. The ilcmocrals had al
lowed Ihc larill to icuiiiin on mica, ami
the icpubhcaus had taken it oil, and
thus Ihev had prostrated the imliisirv,
and tin claim that they had put it back
entitling I la in to liny credit, was so ridic
ulous that even l;warl, who can appre
ciate n joke, was lorccd to ackuowicilgc
Ins distomlituic I iv Ilia looks at least. I li
tried to any he thought lllair was mis
taken, and declared he would telegraph
to Washington nud see, bin the elect nc
current has not yet brought relief to his
Time are few democrats in the Ninth
congressional district who like to speak
in Mitchell. Ciawloid was greatly
phased wall Ins reception, nud I know
lie iiimic voles lor the democracy here to
day, nl course Mwarl will carry llu
coutilr, but il his majority is uoi less
than ft was two veais ago, no conclu
sion can he drawn Iroiu indications. Wc
have met men here w ho supported him
heartily two years ago wiio will cer
laiuly vole for Criiwlord in November,
I liiive never met truer dcmncruls lliun
those of Mitchell. They have stood
lirnily liy tliiir principles. Al I hr close ol
the war the ilcuiocrals ol this county
could Ire counted almost on the lingers of
two hands. To-day they are Mini strong
and iiicicasiug. ami 'if Kw art's majority
should Ik' reduced one hall, I shall mil Ih
in Ihc least astonished. I heard men
here to day declare thai Crawiord wn a
liner syukcr than Zch Vunee! And they
meant it. I have never known so young
u campaigner who combined so much
lone wilh uiiipicstioued honesty nud sin
cerity. I.WAUT'H Tl MIII.I-:
' Itowll Into lilt Moil -A l.llirnry
Si'Hi i t: I'im:, Mitchell count v, Sent
'Jit, IN1III. I'rom llakersvillc to this
, point the disliince is twelve miles. The
i journey was delightful. The change
I Irom the rain anil fog of the previous
day wn enlruucing. The iippcarnnee of
the morning sun was the signal for the
distcrsion ol the clouds, nnd never More
1 have we seen the IkiiiiI v and grandeur of
j our mountains so strikingly presented.
The (tit wa jierfcclly trunpiirent, and
even small twig were n I moat distinctly
outliiii'd upon the very apex of the motiti'
tains, and their sidi s so densely covered
with the greenest of loliage looked us if
they had been brushed perlictlv clean as
with n mighty broom. Six miles Irom
Hakcrsvillc we came upon n very hand
some building, and close by was a neat
cottage. Inquiry disclosed the fact thai
il wusn splendid library comprising sev
eral thousand volumes, the gill ol I'lol.
Wing, formerly ol Harvard I'niversily,
and still a professor emeritus ol that in
stitution. This library is opened to all
coiners two days in every week lice, and
books may be taken home by any who
desire them, the only conditions being
that they shall be returned in as good
order as when taken otil, and no new
book w ill be issued to any person until
the previous one isrclurncd, i'rot, Wing
has employed a librarian w ho lives in the
collage near by, who is alwavs on hand
lo attend lo ihc wauls ol Ihc people.
This is certainly a grand insulation,
and its good elli els upon Mitchell cotiulv
cannot be estimated. I'rof. Wing hiiusell
lives in a uniipie rustic bouse ol his own
building on an adjacent eminence, and
has, as he deserves, the esteem and grat
itude ol all the people.
I.WAKT IN Tllli sol I'.
ust before reaching Spruce l'iuc, Mr.
Ivwart's buggy broke completely down,
and it looked as if tlicrcpuliliciil party
was Hat on its back a uioiiih 'afore the
election; but Craw ford was not to be de
prived ol the pleasure ol currying his op
ponent by an accident ol this kind, so
we put our driver out anil look Messrs.
liwart and Morris ( he of llie l-'ariucrund
Mechanic, but being neither a farmer nor
a mechanic must Ire the "And" of that
wonderful sheci I in our hack and salcly
lauded them al the place of speaking,
where Mr. liwart took his medicine like
a little man, although there were visible
signs ol nausea. The crowd present was
not large, but most atteiilivv and lilt im
pression made by Crawtord was as usual
Crawford's effect noon a crowd is
something almost marvelous, liven
speech shows hull lo lie thoroughly nud
accurately posted on every issue under
discussion, and his deep earnestness,
coupled w ith transparent and iinmislaka
ble honesty, make linn practically invin
cible. At e ery poii t he litis touched
Irietids have been made, and many ol
litem were loriucrly opponents of democ
racy. Wc cross the Hlne Kidgc to-night into
Mel lowed, trout w hich point you will
hear Iroiu me again. J'. I'. K.
In There Any one Here Tout
Svniitiaium:n. A. Hawkins, Kich-
iiioiiiI; S. S. l'etcrsoii, I'la.; Mrs. I.. 1).
K it ti He. Mrs. Joseph Hutchison, K, C.
Thompson. I'. M. Ilniwn, I. K. Ilovt, F.
II. kivcs, A. I'. Mitchell, Max Marcus. X.
C; A. 1". Ilisscll, Philadelphia; li. A.
Noiirsc. N. .; . W . ones, l la.: II. K.
i n mull, Va.
Urniul Central: C. A. I.owry, no.
Moore.Jno. II. Ilonclicr, J, II. Hvimetl,
I lii.f . a. Ca' i , tel. ii.. ij. W. I'awic, T.
A. Allen, . A. Iliookshirc. II. M. Drown,
. S. Ilrisoii, (',. W. Candler. A. 1.. Kan-
kin, K. Zachary, A. N. Adcrholt, I'.. 1 1.
Kay, W. II. Ilowcr. V. II. .Malum-, C. C.
Mcl'clcrs, I. II. Weaver, li. I. Sliile.
('en. Voung, II. W. Adams, N. C; Tims.
1 1. Alum, Indiana; K. Carv and wile,
i thin ; II. M. Hawlcy, Lansing, Mich.; .
. tone, llalliuiorc; I.. II. Norcoin, Kicll-
i'aKirv '.irA: Mrs. li. W.Jones, Miss
. A. Scars. Mass.; M. I'.illis, New Or-
lcins;Jas. W. l.amlrorl atid.wife, Nachc.
Miss.; li. II. White, Miss Sue While, Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Ihigau, Newt i leans: Miss
llreckcl, lluuisvillc. Ala.; W. K. Wilson,
I hatlanooga ; C, II. I.ovctt, Kuoxville;
('. II. lloK'. Charleston; K. S. Long,
street, I. II. I ii, Louisville; John II.
I.voas, a.; II. M. Wilson and lauiilv.
Chicago; W. Rosenthal, Atlanta; Koy
Welsh, M. I.oiiis; .Max llaclicrl, llostou;
. Xiiicmau, l-'rauk Sherwood, N. V.; H.
it. King and lauiilv, Augusta; Mrs. J. 11.
Ilauipsoii, Mexico; Mrs. T. S. liiigan,
Mrs. I. il. Wcstliehli and child. New Or
leans; John A. WrauiH'luim, T. Piuck
ncv, I . I'liickuey, jr., c . v.. Pinckiiey, jr.,
i.7cn .'ocA W. W. I.ee, A. ('.. Sanda
Ikmi'v, KiioxviIIc: Itlind I'nii. and Hoy,
Wuvticsvdlc: II. i. liwart, llctidcrsoii
villc; Win. V. lhr. Charleston, S. C.;
Mrs. and Mrs. II. II. Ilallle, l.lllle Kock,
rk.: P. li. Ilraswcll, lletidersiuiville; O.
I.. Wells, I icorgctow il. I .; liuimctt Hur
uett, Padiica'u, Ky.; uo 'Woodrull, Liv-
cr I; li. S. Thompson and wife, llroad-
way;Juo, M. Tavlor, New York ; W. T.
James, J. P, Kaiicbc, Salisbury; C. W.
I.ee, li.'iuvillc, Va.: l. I.. Saiith, Slaim
loii, Va.;W. Mcllriilc, New oik;. Mrs.
. P. Moore, Salisbury; W. T. Casty.
Jersey City , K. i. king, llalliuiorc; Thus.
I'. II iitisoii. South Carolina; II. W.
Kichards'in, Mciuphis, Tcim,; K. C. Per
kins. New Orleans; i. ti. Miller, Vir
ginia; W . W. lirilhii, J. A. MacAlislcr,
llo l-'ucliary lliiriivcl.
Ki insN il I t:, X. C. Sept. J'.l. Saturday
night the laigc grist mill and lioxlactory
-.1 I II W ,ll...r . ,1, an-,,. ..,! I,..
I.iiss Jl.'i.iino; insurance jjn.inili, The
mills will ik til mill.
M'I'MKS or COSSlJijI LNCi:.
The movement to have women ndinit
ted lo the Johns Hopkins medical school
will be revived with renewed energy next
The Pin ter census ol New York, omit
ted Ihc count of over L' l.onii iiiniati of
the public institutions ol the city.
llon.Kiih.ini Yrittx declines to lie an
iinlcH ndent caiiiliil.ilc against Senator
Mc Miei lor congress, in the old Kuuilall
district ol Pennsylvania.
Il is understood that ti systematic raid
is to Ire made on the country weekly
new siaH'ts t hat have lailcd to drop the
lottery udvci liscutcnls Itiiui their col
umns. K'ev. A. (i. Ilemnsev. one of the altinnee
candidate lor the legislature in Cobb
count v Int., iliopiK'il dead while making
a spiei h m a negro scliooiiuiusc al ()rv-
gou coin t House.
The Chnl tuiumgn Tradesman report
lor Hie third ipuirtcr ot lhiui, 1,114 new
euternriscs in the sutiiheiit slates ngninst
771 in the corresponding quarter of
The Cliicngo ami Northwestern rail
road engineer wnnl un increase in sal
nries of Irom live to fifteen dollar s?r
month. The company will grant tl.e
men ntt increase, though not to the ex
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TK AI)U MARK KBGISTBRBD.
ABSOLUlELY SAFE, PEHFECTLY SURE AND
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A.NU NOTHING UL8U.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
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sxcdy rebel and cure of every variety of
Hun common trouble, Heauaciib. The
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un quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
Hung which almost everyone needs, and
iliusc who have unce tried il, will never
1'or us curulive powers it does nut de
peud upon the subtle influence of such
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CHLUKAL AND C0CA1XU,
Since it dues nut contain an atum ut
either ol these, li i ubsolutcly free from
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110 noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
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reliable as u cure lor any kiud of heud
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uu unpleasant ur uuuoying utter-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
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tilKlii.-UNS FOR LSU.
The done lur an utlull Is two tcaapooofula
m a w me glasa ul w aur. iiusc lur ebildrco
tu iirupurlluu, uceuriliUK lu age. In Clturr
use llie Uuae eun be repealed every Ibirtjr
iiuuuea unlit a cure la ctli-ctcU. Uoe duac will
ulwuysunve uwa an attack ut' lleudaebc,
11 tukeu wliva lirat IcclinK Ihc prcinoailurj
iuutui'i; hut U the atuies au un, and
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muy Ik- required, t'auully a greater numlsrr
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alter, showing Ihut the uiedieluc ui aecuitlu-
utivv In lis eileeia, leuding tuward an event-
uul tKTuiuneul euiv
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