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t , Den-t forget that ths weutmest aaa
t Qon't forest that year sard to' the
M prottaMa sempaans la Inarln.
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newspaper la your shsw . window tor
th- public, nl .koala bt squally If not
mora ,ttractiv thu row .tor. front.
D.J. McDonald '.:
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.'
iVOLUME VI. NO, 130.
IPV : Ti
U 11 V 1 1 L Ea this WEEK
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beanty of
Go to Carmichael'8 Drug
Store with your prescription
W. call yoar attention to oar cxmlleat nhei$ VOU ..Will at" all times
find a full line of pure fresh
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET
IM0II1 CRACKERS, BISCUIT, CAKES, AC
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
HARMONIOUS AND ENTHUSIAS
. w Haw thM. mAda anet from thanutofT
- T ' I . , . 1 t
aadlataehqaaatltUiaatoKUtaai.atbt- tne purest auQ DeBTj ITUgB
I ton rtttag aUlc, sad jroa aaa always
llMBdapoaatMla tanalrarik Wa harp the
10 Ct. Soda At Oyster Cracker
An elevation of 3,800 feet, factory
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
GWeMttefaetloatoall. If jroa waat SWBBT QW prfce. Three registered
" " 1 ... A J
preBcnpiioDiBiB rouujr w
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered
W. C. C ARMICH AKL
Oa the markaU Oar -
CREAM BISCUIT AND WAFERS
I atoch before ba jtaj.
Clerk Snprrior Court,
Kegistrr ul Ueeda, -Treaiurer,
atll theee good, at wholesale at
with cool' . . ; -
It is beinsc lfitid out with
tjwte and skill, with well
A. D. COOPER.
CtMvcr Slain and College St.
No. so Soatk Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
The best place in Asheville
graded roads and extensive for working people to trade
lis the "Uig Kacket." we
FOREST PARKS, promise low prices and good
I nmnHo a nn arhoro mil D-lin.r.
6WUDi L Aaaaajan ah AA .
A desirable place for fine antee goes with an Article if T I!. NMI I II 6 Ullii
lb uuetin l. luru tiui ii&o
L. B. McBraykb.
A. H. Staknbs.
The democratic county eonrention for
Buncombe county to nominate candi
date, tor the county offices was held in
the court houae to-day.
Before the hour for the meeting Gen.
Clingman and Hon. Reuben McBrayer
made ipeechei advocating harmony in
the ranks and praising the democratic
On motion of Mr. Brayer, and in the
absence of Capt. McLond, the chairman,
Mr. T. C. 8tamrs was placed in the
chair and called the meeting to order.
On call of the townships all of them were
found to be represented.
Capt. McLoud entered at this juncture
and taking the chair made a speech to
the convention, He advocated harmony
and said this was his farewell speech as
chairman, as he would soon resign.
Mr. T. C. Starnes put in nomination
for permanent chairman of the conven
tion. Mr. W. J. Clonts. of Piench Broad
township, and his election was made
unanimous bv acclamation.
Mr. Clonts was conducted to tne cnair
by Messrs. T. C. Starnes, B. 0. Carter
and R. McBrayer. Mr. Clonts, on tak-
profitable investments. For
UNYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Pall Mock Cadtea,
MtMe.' aad Children".
' Wrap, la the latct .tvtca.
Ahw a mil aad comptaM
UtaM of Uaderwear. .
30 Sontli Main Street. 30
tS . MAIN ST., AUIBVILLB,
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
eay it will we refund the raon
ey. In our experience we have
found that well-to-do people.
A Rood opportunity for and richlolks always look
I. a . x
further ana try naraer to
save a nickel than working-
people and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bargains
and the full worth of their
.... 1,. I Bv
money we cannot neip selling aa;,
bargains to others. Among
our new goods, of -whiflv-we
LitiTtne, Mitchell Co., n. c. nave 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 shoes for ladies,
blankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
chamberetts and tinware,
hats and caps, 25c. up, dress
goods and underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
rapes and jackets, flannels
and Jersey clotQ, skirts and
skirting-goods, dress trim
minors and limners, brooms.
buckets .and tubs, all kinds H.REWOUifxu
of shoes, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
balb. overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's ' clothing in
suits, .pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINB8 OF 8H0ES-in
-H TBS SVACB SOB
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FAKCY 600DS
ViewsAnd Sketches, fact everything to use or
or ia d - wear at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
. - Goods, Fancy
Hats and Car
GWYII & WEST,
(a.unxnr. to Walter Owra)
; REFER TO SANK 0 MHEVILLE,
Loan Secarelr Ptaced at a
aOMBBODV OET OUT A SEAMCH
Avery's Creek-N. B. Creaaman. W. B. WHERE. WHEREIS EWART?
. ..... . .. .
Lower Hominy F. M. Jones, T. D.
8wannanoa W. M. Gudger, K. H.
i.rt Asheville R. M. Fnrman, W. F.
Leicester J. w. nam, r. israei.
Sandy Mush L. L. Childs, M, L.Rob-
LIST OF OANDI DATES EVERY
ONE CAN VOTE FOR.
II. P. LOWRY.
D. L. Reynolds.
. J.J. Mackbv.
Upper Hominy B. L. Clark, J. L.
Fair view K. C. Clayton. J. w.Miccn-
Hasel-J. C. Cowan. 1. M. Ledford.
Haw Creek A. F. Walton, Jos. Stepp.
Reems Creek T. H. Weavcr.J. N. Rog
Limestone A. 8. Dolphis, W. 8. Mur
cathby obts it.
Col. W. R. Young stated that be would
withdraw in fuvor of Catbey. On mo
tion, Mr. Cathey's nomination was
made unanimous by acclamation.
FOB THB LEOULATl'KB.
Candidates for the legislature being tbe
next to be nominated, Mr. J. W. Starnes
placid in nomination M. L. Reed, and
bis nomination was made unanimous by
Mr. Reuben McBrayer placed in nomi-
Col. A. T. Davidson placed in nomina-
If any Good Btepabltoan haa Ew
art coaooadod Ab.it Hla raraoa
Mow la tho vim.t. iroda
QaMr "Joint Dobato."
Logan's 8torb, Rutherford county,
Oct. 1. Mr. Ewart was absent again
to-day. It looks as if be had finally
bolted tbe campaign, and if be doea not
turn np to-morrow at Rutberfordton,
we think it would be in order for tbe re
publican, to put out a candidate to rep
resent tbem in this district.
There was a fine crowd present yester
day at Dysartaville, tbe last appoint.
ment In McDowell, and Crawford gave
Ewart'. substitute, Mr. Spencer Black
burn, a banUsomc currying. Blackburn
is a clever young fellow, but knows
nothinar whatever of national pouuea,
and would have been much better em
ployed if be bad been conducting bis
campaign against will Newland, tne
democratic candidate for solicitor. He
will certainly need all the votes he can
get in order to make even a respectable
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TBADB MARK MiaTBBBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, rWICTLY SUM ANB
Caroa Brory TaHoty of BaoaWsaeae
AND NOTHlNO BLaB.
Has caned lor itself
the enviable tcpatav
tioa of bring the finest, moat cBeethw
aad reliable artidr k the asarlaNiW'tai.'
peedy relief and cure of rvrry variaty of
that common trouble, Hbabacbtb. Tat
immense mvor whicfaaa grectad H froo)
all Quarters. Drovra its tnai
nation Dr. J. 8. T. Btilrd, one of the rep- sum against Ncwland, who will no doubt aeeentabiji.- to u. . n a,
reKutative of the last legislature. beat him by a handsome majority. TTTTj . " "
A SPECIAL TOAST.
Some of the best democrats in Me-
t on W. H. Curtis, of Hominy.
ntjHTiiMnkuonVn nty are at the Dysartaville
ol Sandy Mu.h, in nomination. , .. w2 tnok dinner with the
oughiy hospitable as they are demo-
Mr. Locke Craia- was placed in nomi
nation by Mr. Picas. Israel, and his nom
ination was seconded by Mr. B. D. Car
ter, who made a strong speech in favor
ot Mr. Craig.
Mr. D. A. Blackwcll second the nomi
of Mr. Curtis, and J. M. Ledford that ot
Mr. B. L Henrv nlaced T. R. Dubose in
nomination, and J. H. Cooper placed W.
V. Cbeeaborouan in nomination.
1. P. Lowry was nominated on tne
PREPARED FOR A STRIKE.
Oaa and Coke Company Ei
pecta a at like and la Prepared.
London, Oct. 4. Tbe directors of tbe
London gas light and coke companycon-
cratK. Tney mix a little corn wnisaey
with their enthusiasm, and withal have
some fine sentiments which they give ex
pression to on special occasions, for in
stance: Just before dinner tbe kld
old gentleman, Jbtan Hemphill, went to
take his usual "nip," ana oeiors annanw
announced this toast: "Fear God, bate
snakes, keen clean and love the women 1"
Last niffht we spent wltn lames An
drews, Esq., of Cane Creek, this county,
a red hot democrat of tbe old school.
This morning we drove to this place,
and despite tbe tbrcatning weather, the
larseat crowd met ua wnicn nas occu
present at any appointment ouuioe oi
Burnsvillc and Marion. There are about
400 voters in this district, and at least
ingthe chair, made a snort talk tnann- .:... tK-ir nrcDartlon to iruard airainst 300 of ' them were present to-day. Uni-
t he convention lor tne selection ana , . ,,. ' ,.f,u,,i, ' .T, ..i j;.i..n i,kmmI at Bw.
or possible trouble between tnem ano art s lauure to pnt in an appearance.
.Mtino that the demncrapv was deter
mined to rule North Carolina and espe
cially Buncombe county.
Mr. R. M. Purman and the represent
atives of tbe democratic press were made
secretaries ottbe convention.
THB TOWNSHIP VOTES
their employers. Barracks have been
built at Beckton to shelter non-union em'
oloyes and tbe cavalry and infantry. The
company has enough coal stored to meet
its requirements lor ten weeks.
The stokers reiterate their statement
Mr. McBrayer moved that to expedite I that they never intended to stride.
matters, those of tbe candodotes that
were known to be nominated by tbe pri
maries be nominated bv acclimation. He
moved that Mr. Reed be nominated for
tbe legi.lature by acclamation, ns he had
received a majority in tbe primaries. Mr.
Natt Atkinson suggested that the vote
be taken up and counted that tne con
vention might know what tbe exact yote
was. lien. K. is. jrance suggesten tnai
thia be done and that if tbe vote declared
a man to be nominated his nomination
bmade unanimous bv acclamation. Mr.
McBraver accepted these suggestions and
withdrew bis motion.
The announcing of the vote of the
townships and precincts was then begun.
On motion it was ordered to announce
the vote in tbe following -order: Survey
or, coroner, treasurer, register ol deeds,
clerk of the superior court, sheriff, and
hotue of reDresentativcs. Ou call ol
votes, the vote for surveyor was found
to be as follows; Starnes, 421; Lee, 20;
One Man Killed and
Helena, Mont., Oct, 4. News has
been received here of a serious wreck on
the Northern Pacific railroad near this
city. Engineer Frank Mace was killed
and fireman Churiett was sadly miurcd.
It is reported that the passenger. Urea
New York. Oct. 4. Tbe total visible
suddIv of cotton for the world is 1.431,
244 bales ol wnicn botf.i u American.
Receipts at all interior towns, -133,730
bales; receipts at plantations, 371,706
crawpobd in fine fokm.
No building being at hand large enough
to accommodate the crowd, Crawford
spoke in the open air and for over two
nonrs neia toe ciovm iikquud m w
large audience. His speech waa the finest
logical effort be bat made in the canvass.
tie literally tore every veaiigc oi
mask from the reDublican party, and
stood it before tne people wito au ns
hypocrisy laid Dare, mere were num
bers of republicans even who came to
near from Mr. Ewart why he bad not
fulfilled tbe promises made two years ago
when he declared that if the people would
elert him to eongms..put Harrison in
the white aoase. ana tons grvc ts an.
I lean, control or toe govern metre, tney
would mieal the internal revenue law.
pass the Blair educational bill, give free
coinage ol silver and reduce tbe taxes
upon tbe necessaries ot lite to tne peoo-c.
It Was a most crushing review ol their
failure to do anv of these things which
Crawford made to-day, and there ia no
doubt about bis having made a number
WHBRB S EWABTf
The democrats of this township arc
confident that tbe small majority given
thing which i
thsorwao hare oacetried it, will i
For Ha curative powers it does not de
pend upon tat aabtlt iaflnencesof sock
poisonous drugs aa
ANT1PYRINB, MORPHINB, .
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
it doea aot contain aa atom of
either of these. It ia absolutely free from
injttrions chemicals, aad can be taken by
youag and old witboat fear or aerioaa
results. It ia at ' a Cathartic, doea not
disarrange toe stomach, and coataiae
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
Tbe peculiar advantages of Aataai-'
grains constat ia Its ottos; taorougnry
reliable aa a cure tbraay kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or aanoying after-enccta,
aa in the case of other so-caBcd "harm
less" remedies. These quaUtiea make it
tbe most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIBBWiOM FOB cm.
Thedorn awaaadaHk two
la a wma (tee. of wanr.
hi aroBovnoa. aeaoraua
dee. aaa he nuiaaa every asarar
lamantflaeamaeahetsa. OmIm WB1
always arlvs away aa attach of I
ii antral taand til
tahea whea ant aiaa on pianaaimj
ajBssilmsi tMBVaT On aannt awwsn.'mar
naitafhhMM,tai ninln thhd aaar
BarnaBBWi. Pi Ity awnaT anaahnf
f snma to mtatoMl f . nthet neaiSBat
aWw.shsBtoB thmtth. nnahnnto anaan
iMtir.hin.iam, iufci anBlnnai
Mot atnruina; Mows.
Bona Crry, Idaho, Oct.. 4. Return.
tmwn all hi thnp eniintU. In the state
Pattonl41-Sorrclls.l:T. 8. Weave'r.lO: give the entire republican state ticket I Johnston at the last etction will be in-t-atton
i.wneii "!: 'ii q imn m.lni.. Th. nuhlk-. i,mA into a handaome one for Craw-
Hanaro. l: Diac.sioca. t kkid,Ii y -i- -v - - :-r -- i
' . - - - - - -- n... A. .h .1 WW. I Saw.
four members ol tne legislature.
Humes. 30: Worlv.l
For coroner: C. B. Milliard oz; w.
D. Hilliard 18; McBrayer 85; luattcc
96;Summey 24; Baird 23; Wilson 1;
Burroughs 1 ; Wesver l.
For treasurer: I. H. Courtney havini;
no opposition, was nominated by accla
Mr. 1. 1. Mackev was placed in nomi
nation for register of deeds and his nomi
nation was made unanimous oy accia
. VOTB ON COKONBK.
Here Mr. E. D. Carter came in and
stated that the vote was not being cast
Hlrcball'a Morvo Oolnc,
Woodstock. Ont.. Oct. 4 Birchall is
said to be at last begipning to realise bis
impending late. Mrs. Birchall's health
8bc has not seen her bar
band since sentence was passed on
FOR WINTKB WORE.
Attraollvo Proajiana of tko T,
Tbe winter work of tbe Yonng Men's
right and moved that the delegates to I christian Association opened last night
To-niirhtre are stopping with that
enthusiastic democrat, Thomas Jcflcrsoa
Hampton, who says that he always
nromiaea hi. wife that be will not take
part in the campaign, bnt be can never
seep nia proniK.
To-morrow we go to Rutberfordton,
and if we do not find Ewart we arc
thinking of offering a thousand dollars
reward for bis delivery into v.rawrora .
hands on any stump in the district, with
bis throat in good condition, j. r. a.
AFFAIRS OF CONSEQUENCE.
4 SOVTnTv atASJC
ABBEVILLE, N. a
Stylish dress trimmings,
the convention be made to vote their
strength on a basis of one vote for each
twmtv-fiva vote, cast for Fowls in
1H88, according to tne voie oi inc pri
maries. Considerable discussion followed
nn thu motion : it waa at lust carried.
After Mr. Carter's motion was carried
it waa neccssarv to so over tbe vote lor
tbe nomination of a candidate for coru-
with a reception to the yonng men of
the association and their friends.
The first number on tbe program, an
instrumental trio, arranged for the piano
and flrt and second violin, waa rendered
by "Mr. D. W. Bissril and Messrs. W. B,
and Geo. R. Collins. Mr. Anderson then
Nutary FubHe. - CoatnnaloBeM ofDaaa..
Real Estate Brokers,
And InTeatzaent Aarenta.
Loaaa ..urely placri at S per erat -
34 a as Patton Avmue.' Bsroad Boor.
79 PATTON AVE.
Jnut nrrlved new Fall
shapes of Taylor's Celebrated
Hats, second to none in style
and quality. Price f 4. '
ner, and the first ballot gave the follow-1 mtroduced toe speaker of the evening.
Mr. P. P. Claxton, with tbe subject,
'How to spend our winter evenings."
Mr. Claxton treated his subject in bis
Hilliard. 63 5-6 :McBraytr. 40 1-fll; Wil
son, 1-6: Summey, 7 1-6; Justice, 13 1-6;
W. D. Hilllsrd, a if-o; tiurrougns, i-i;
Weaver, 1-12; Starnca, 4-6; Bnird, 1 2-6;
Summey, 7 1-6,
Th national aaa workers' union of I
London has -iemanded that the London I JJJ gJj jJJ ftlld winter tUl-
UaS Llgnt ana v.oac ronimuv, w " I
a capital of 12,000,000 and employe. I
ll.Uuu men, anau cmpiuy uuiy huiwu
Wa.hlnirton disoatcbes call attention!
to tbe want ol vigor in the democratic I
nnuniinni for the eonBTessional cam-1
" . 1 . . . j: I J IU..L.I
paign ana toe aciivny impmm
derwear for Ladies, Misses
That nwannrl hsllnt was AS If 1 MOWS ! I . .a L. 1...m Its mm ska .vara
a - . . I lux US llh,K" aiaun iivaia
McBrayer, 63105-198; Hillmrd, ; wrticularlv every young man
Justice. 13117-178; W. U. Hilliard, Jo mouding and shnting bis char-
LIST TO TXT HOYK.3 FEET I
Of the Haadrad. wha an Marine to Ash. viU.
.to sprad th Fall aad winter. ,
' AH thoM who har. boasts to nat should
' ma oa as at one., as ws hav. maay appliea.
v both mraUbed aad aararalahcd
I. ear motto, and w. aow the people ap.
pmeUt It, tor they hav. provea it hv their
I liberal satraaaa. w. tama w. mn
twtwr prrpared new than ever before to five
r customers the heatat or low pne ia
koana, whlehavS an at nnmat an.bW to
u. ,: x ., .,. .
', JttNlLa Jk JBKKS,
UAL tSTATt ANB IMUIIANCI BROkXRS.
aoocaa Jkio, MeAfko Block.
' aa rattna Av.AMWvllle. n. c.
i F. A. GRACE,
v; '. v..- AND '..
(FormerlT of Lymaa Child),
Office Moi. i Lcajal Block
TU' A T U,OrP A rfTt7'
ItimUAUOiaAlii . u l hatulM b
' .T'!!lrr I ana Juatuv a. la maktei this statenrat It
TA1AIV KRCIKKK aandlns for., tomamrrat. th.dlB.nnt
ai i.k-r B1 I STUCK. V. cmrrj.
i V" r Finest Groceries,
At 1SB Cheut etnet Mart, hoj-j. wli M Ma fcrwT,riarlU.thB to flwrntto.
Mlrt loeatioa. imr me IhV. antlea both m
' T..M haannr.rileHeftntraeta I
.1 mmu.1 mtmmn, nH eonvlnejnv I . . . i tA . I . snn I
uaun. -..---i T , - I IOT tWO DailNT-niM ami iw ,,uw w-
manner, empnaiiiig n iw ""H"' cruiser to tbe Cramps, of rmiaoeiunia.
Kid Gloves for street, dress
Tbe' remainder of the votes were I ertrr . aooAOT evil, and made some
scattered among the other candidates. I Dr,rtical and useful suggestions lor
D. L. Reynolds was nominated tor ,naing that time most profitably,
sheriff by acclamation. . I xhe male quartette Messrs. Bissen.
' CLBRK supbriok COUNT. I Price, W. B. and Geo. Collins sang several
The candldnUfor the clerk of the su- of their glee tongs eliciting applause and
. - ti fiMVirti.
perior court was tne next to oe nomi- The othtT tpeaVers of the evening were
Mr. Coulter the state secretary, on the
Duties of the Active Mem tier, tii
U. A nMn nn the general work of
A6 association outlined for the winter.
Mr. Coulter, snoke of tbe many duties pects for tbe success of the Irish famine I an(J comforts.
' . t i i ii. a a
nted. and the following names
placed in nomination: w. k. vonng,
W. H. Wilson, f. 8. West. I H. Wood-
f. I. Cnthev. I. M. Israel.
hnllnt waa tlien taken and resulted as
follows: . I thrown upon a willing and conscientious fund are excellent.
mm. . . m . I . tl ' . . I -. mm U T U I " . . I L r, J F I .
140: Israel, 6 78-120.
,.m.A Wm awntifl hallot waa taken. It I - ...n j ,v. aArl.l anil
mnlted as follows: religious work for the winter: a series of It was decided that the eolation of tbe
Second ballot Young, Od; wuson, receptions, business and medical talks, Kusstan jewnn tronow waa iBrmigraiiuii
24 1-2 : Catbey , 42 I-J. . .nrf relioious meetings : tbe night classes, to Palestine.
Third ballot t onng, oi, waiuer, and the grmnastic class drill under com
After the program the ladies served
refreshments, fee cream and oaks in most
and for tbe other battleship to the Union I and driving. COTBetS, hand-
iron vtwraa, m
PiMtnffice deoortroent officials deny I
that Fostmaater-Oeneral Wanamakerl
has violated tbe law tn nia letter to an I
Alabama newspaper. The postmaster
sent out an unofficial letter in aa official I
envelope and unstamped.
w nMt Rfawi. nf Martnn. Ala.. I
wins the highest scholarship prim at drapery sheetings, blankets
Harvard College. I r
It Is thought In New York the proe-l
kerchiefs, hosiery, fancy
I goods, table linens, curtain
Vnutiir ai !Wiinn. zivt:tatnrv. toy. , .nrf .hnwd that wltn-1 ... n,.u lii
Voodward. West, b CarteVi 9 78-SiW and support of , SS ration
rZZ-ir n nn, ;.. th. acuvsmemu.ra - - to congress In the Kichmond dunrtct.
" I BlHTfnli 1 - . a ma a B
it Mr. Andersen outlined the social and At a meeting of Hebrews tn New yora I
We are offering the largest
- WBf. B. KINO.
0 THI ENWNEIR COUft, U. B.
kKSMd m Askevms aad will praetk.
Prahtte 1 any amarlaasa aepraalty.
If U l 'S SaS.
Our ntaMttos tor mkertaB goods promptly
WHOLBBALS ANp itBTATL OfeOCBBB,
Cor. Fatten Avsaai aad Mam BtfMt. ' -
AA 1-Q. Wil.nn. VI 1-2.
Fourth ballot Young, 01 ; Catbey,
5oV4: Wilson, 1V4. ,
While tlie ballot for clerk of the supe
rior murt wa. being counted Chairman
Clonts read a telegram frm Chairman
Lance, calling a senatorial convention
tnw thia dutrict. comprising Buncombe
and Madison counties to meet at Ashe
ville on October 13. i
On motion of Mr. rurman, tnen town
ship delegation waa instructed to. ap-
point one maa as a delegate for tms om
ventiou. Tbe following were appointed
the first aamed being defegatsa and the
aooodsltmstes: .,-...., t
Wsat Ward-k. McBriver. . v :-
BiltmotaW. P. CbeewVrongh, T.. F.
tVllafla. ' . ' . .
French Broad-J. A. Barrett, J. P. Rec-
Black Mountain T. P.", Sutton, a 1.
Arfaax. ' . ' ".i ..-,
itewaaiQ. W. tsta?nV
Clinton. , ,
JlSl'ZSrf r.u?r. variety of Blasers andFancy
criticinng the republican administratiop I
Wraps for early fall wear.
of ths civil service law.
The New York Central railroad com
n.nv Imued a itinera I order announcing
A I . lb mUimmm MHlOnM. lin
members ol the Knlgbta of Labor. j ranging from f 2.00 Upwards.
The general soundness or trade is shown
hviHintnorte of failures, which for the I
ird qnatter in 1800 are smalkcria nam-1 The most Stylish garment
Hettle Bernard-Chase appeared at tbe
Grand opera bourn in "Uncle's Darling"
last night. She acquitted herself very
creditably as "Little Dar" and was well
sustained by all the members of the com-1 ber taan for tbe same quarter last year.
"Fighting Bob" Kennedy has bad 60,-
pnny. Mlsscnase receiveo ncany ap
plause for her gracelui dancing, miss
Mabel Pearl, aa "Annt Ry" played her
part welU Frank Calbnrt as "Uncls
BillyH and lohn Caasidy aa "Ah Lin,
the Chinaman, were good characters.
The jokes of the evening were new and
k. Lu,ai Mia arm eaneciallv laughable.
Th. mechanical effects ia the scenery of
tL. nls mm verv btmmI.
Mbh Cbasa appears to-alght ia
000 conies of his speech on Quay and the
mil nnntea. aaa will iwnnn urn
with a lavish band to Pennsylvania
voters. ;, . ... ;
William Doyle, atctfoa hana oa the
Chieavo. Milwaukm At St. Paul railway.
m-mm mmIi Inr aa ntna door of a naaaina'
car la laoS, death reeultiat inttaatl. A nwnr till ftffT.
jury at Iowa ChyawankSlO.OOOaWIT''
ages ta a veratet ageJaw ths waif aay.
tor Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. . Call and sxatnlst ctr