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VOLUME VI. NO, 138.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LIN VI LLE.i
A plane plmined and deve
Opillg us ti
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of .3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taHte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for
Go to Carmichael's 'Drug
Store with your prescription
Who Told You So? where you will at all times
w. t. Crawford miva that h o, Ewirt find a full line of pure fresh
loM him thnt he heard Jim Giidffcr any that n,..n r.J i"H,,:l,. I j.
Bob vancc to. h.m that Ko B.... h..r- Dru8 Rnd Chemicals, and at
thHtthcrcwa.no doij.t hnt W. W Kollin. lOW pi'lCeS. His prescription
nid that Tom Johnston thought that Bob J4-,x i i. j :Au
Purman had to.d HUtui .. that Buffalo department 18 Stocked With
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that It the purest and best DrUgS
wa. generally believed that Dan Reynold,
had .aid In plain term, thnt he heard Jack
Worley .ay that III. friend John L. Sullivan
bad .aid that Bill Dover Informed him at
the coiiftresslonnl convention In thin city that
It wa. a well known fnct I.? the House
keeper.' Union bnd caught Oen. Cllnirman In
sayln that in hi. opinion It wa. a matter of
fuct and of great public Intereat that J. J.
Mackcy intimated to Jen Lowrv that Bill
Nye had .aid while attending the countycon-
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THREATUNKD AND l.KFT.
GREAT DAMAGE DONE BY FLOODS
IN WEST VIRGINIA.
I GUT KNOWN RAINFALL.
anu tnemicais to oe tound in patches from
W. Vn., Oct. 14. Dis-
Ornfton, Pliitippic nnd
the market, both foreign and pomU on the WMt fork of the mk-
1 I Atk Lilt's. '.'HDltrll,! w.A fl...-
I .... MIKI Villi! lIHMIltl
Ana you ran rest
A Canadian tscliooner'a Heal Caleb
In Disputed Water.
San Francisco, Cul.. Oct. 14. Advice
received from Victoria, B. C, yesterday
announce the arrivul of the seuliiiir
kcliooncr bun Dieo. She reported that
she put into Onnnlnskn, but was ordered
away by the collector of customs. She
reiuscci to leave and was threatened with
seizure. The enntnirt of the Snn riii.cn
cuiiiii. iic nno put into port tor stores,
hut he was obliged to o to sea again to
ei)c seizure, i ue captain reports thnt
in.-viiiii'ill. mil SCIIIS in Hehrinir Ken. th-
spitetlieviKilnuceol the cutters Cowin
and Kush and his tutiil catch for the sea
son was over 1.1(10 seals.
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged n
ric of the Ohio, say that the storm re
ported Sunday night extended over a
large area of country.
Everywhere in that section was the
heaviest fall ot rain ever known. Traffic
l.entirelv aiisnenrlnil Cru l.....n..
lOW price. Three registered been done to nronertv. The Iohr will run
JUSTICE MILLER DEAD,
THK RND CA1WK AT lo.aa I.ANT
ventlonln.t Hatnrday that anyone cauKht preSCl'iptlOniStS TCady to
reading thi. .hall repair at once to the .tore , . l.B V.Vl.r
llf A. D. L'Ol iPKB. North Cimrl Knnnn. ami " '
iniiect hi. mammoth itoik or aii kind, orl calls promptly answered
Oroecrles, Provl.loni, &c., where un-anae-menu
have been made to furnish you all
kind, of 8taple and Poncy Groceries of the
Brat Duality at the Lowcat I'rices.
into the thousands.
A PRECUCIOI H CRIMINAL
W. C. CARMICHAFX
Hold up" Hlnice and iel
Ukiaii, Cain.. Oct. 14. The overland
The Family Were Present at His
IiedHlde-Tlie RemaliiH Will be
Taken to Keokuk. Iowa, For In
lermeiit. Washington, Oct. 1. Justice Miller,
of the supreme court, died at l():.r(2 Inst
v hen the end was seen lo be at Imnd
besides Mrs. Miller and her sun Irvine
Y. M. C.
A. WOKKKR9 NKKT AT
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBGI8TBRBD,
J. E. Watts), ortMatcmvllle, Elected I
HreHldeut-Intereat In the A..O.
clatloiiu IncreaHliiK uood Ke
Nothing shows the practical growth of I
the work of the Y. M. C. A. of Western
North Carolina during the past year as I
well as the comparison of the conference I
of the associations just closed at Sulis- ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
burv and the one held at Statesville last
yenr. There were present nearly twice
as many delegates as at the former gath
ering. In nil sixty-eight bright young
men from business life and college class
rooms met to discuss the best methods
of reaching Young men physically, men
tally, socially and above allspiritually.
Asheville was represented by Messrs.
Fitch Tujlor, J. M. Israel, jr., Rev. W. .
Eidnmii and II. P. Andersen.
The opening meeting was held at the
Methodist church Friday evening. An
address of welcome by Thos. F. Klutx,
so,., ol Salisbury, was responded to bv
Mr. II. T. Hudson, jr., of Shelby. Rev.
Cures Every Variety of Headache
AND NOTIilNO ELSU.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable rcouta.
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article u. the mm kct for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Headache. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves iis true merits and
acceptability to the public. It issome-
A. G. McMaimwuy, of Charlotte, then I thing which almost everyone needs, and
No. so South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
stage was rohhed Sunday night, ciiih-
teen miles north of this plnce. Wells, there were present Dr. Coolc mid J. W. B"Ve "" od,lrc8s "" "The 4'at aim we I those who have once tried it will never
rj s. .111' I . .. .1.. Iltll'ht tn limn li.l'nra V,.. 11 I . . "i nuiuiu
rnK" vuniHiiiy . irensury oox nno i uuiwurm, tun iricniis 01 justice Miller,
the United Slates mail sacks were taken, who hnd just arrived from Oinnhn, nnd
miiiciiic rtiuiicr wni curling me mniiiiaci cktk Aiciveiitiey ot tlic siipieme
T. G. SMITH & GO,,
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in, and is com
plete. This stock was bought
fine so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. 6th
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
A irood omiortunitv for on tne Collar higher, particu
mri.vfohoesandlinwnre. we wholesale and retail.
prontable investments. i or snail sell our prenent stock of
Fall and Winter iroods in all
Illustrated pamphlet, ad-nm, anmi t.i.ir. nh. petblic square,
tofore, and that is cheaper
.. .I i
uiu iiuiiy uiiier store in isne- A8heviI N. C.
vine, n e Keep everyimng in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin
ware, Lamps and (ilnssware,
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for thegrandlather,
from a marriage to a funeral.
You must' buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
lenrn our prices before you
buy, and it often amounts to
3o.gouth Main strcct.3o a big saving in money. Coun
try m'onle particularly will
- vp oeiureusasa xoung Men 1 1 without.
vmimiuu jissociatiun namely, to be K
model young men before the community. ,U curative powers it does not de
Saturday forenoon and afternoon were peU(' uPon tbt ubtle influences of such
devoted to discussing practical methods poisonous drugs at
of association work and the discussion ANTIPYRIKP mopdiuvf.
were murked for business-like directness. AAUFKIAE. MORPHINE,
Mr. J. Ii. V;itts, of Statesville, was CHLORAL AND COCAINE
he reinniiis will lie rinioved to his Forest, of Salisbury, and R. L. McNair I " " " uot c0,ltain " atom of
lie at Keokuk. Iowa, where tlii-v iill I of DnvirUnn I'nll, ... i nn.a;.i... ! I i .1 ..
be intend in the lainilv bur. ., I B vv Zr n. ""..r , "i" " ausoiutcly Irce from
ceeded in getting about $100 from the Toibiv the supreme' court metal 11' Clcnn. of Oustoniu. were elected ' I ,nJuriou chemicals, and can be tu ken by
He admitted that he committed I " Clock, and after the uiiiiuiiiicemei.l of tarics. Papers and addresses were ore. I
results. Hum a Cathartic, does not
sacks open the driver, McDnniels, siiaji-
pcu a pistol at 11 in. nut it wnulcl not on
I off. The robber then retreated and fired
two shots at the driver, neither of which
The robber was caught at Clovcrdalc
I yesterday alternoon. He proved to be a
I boy about eighteen vears old, and a
I stranger in this community. He suc-
Soon after death the face ol the justice.
which had Ix-comcsomewhnt drawn dur
ing the last dnys of his illness, changed to I
n penccuy natural condition.
The remains will Iw nun
years old, and a I home at Keokuk, Iowa, where thev will
WHKBK TRADITION Kt'l.lvH.
Chief Justice Puller, adjourned.
the tlcnth of Associate Justice Miller hv sen ted as follow
Mr. . b. Watts, of Statesville tu,l
that in the district were twetitv-seven I disarrange the m.,i, 1
nil.. I,;..u :. . I " .muiu
... nor aiALcen assncin-
tions. with a im-mbershiiiot about 1 yr.d
There Anv One Here Tlial There is need 11I association, nt Murnhv
Kiiowh fou T I Waynesville, Marion, Hickory and lien-
Cfcii AWA.-.!rs. C. Lavis. fhi.nw. "l?v"le.
vill,. M. W 11 I-.. 11.... .... l-. ... i.l ""iiiiin, 01 mnriotte, (lis-
will, M s.K.I). i ollow ay. Kv.; I,. K cussed the Hible Training Class and Mr.
, j. i-iizgeriiiu , -inn uvorgc u. nanna, 01 (.llarlotte, gave an
uo noxious or sickcuinjj ingrcdiculs.
The ieculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
' LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LltiTlIle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
A Mulclde In Ml. Paul's Cathedral
London, Oct. 1. The bishop of Lon
don yesterday performed siccial reconse-
cration services in St. Paul'scathedral to
purge the edifice from "(lclilcmcnt"ca used
bv the suicide which occurred in that I ' S. Mcl'ully, K.ioxvilk
hlatnrii Im.ltli.,1 n.i u, I. I wil.. r.n.l l fu M. ..: .... i!
Accordina to old traditions of tin-1 Lnue Lvtle. Ch.-iltaiiiinifii. the State Sieretarv. discussid the finn. tt" ,u "K ea ol other soalled "harm-
cnurcn, siieiiuing 01 Human blood 111 ii ,,.-,,.. c vv... 11 1 - . - lr- fc Hnm. " in- less" remedies. These qualities mukc it
pluce dedicated to God deprives tlh-l.. v u " "' H- ston-Sulem, gave un address on "how to L. 'iuunn muKc it
church of its sacred character, which can l'ou. M.uiMiitiih, Jus. I). Ol nn. maintain the spiritual work. Mr. R. L. I mo't popular aud suitable articlein
only bchrstorcd by new consivratioii. I t'.rcenslMiro: k. h t'.leim, Wintnn. X. C., M""lr' ol Davidson College, explained I the market, wherever known.
ocMKTiiiuiiur wi inr unc uei lornicii tu-1 1 iim.r 1 in b 1: v m...:i t: . : 1 ...v itFiui,i,tii v 1111s.1t1111.rv movement
day is unprecedented in the history ol I sktiwheuaii. Me.: S T. 1, 11;. ,i.' college students and Mr. E. L
the cathedral. lands. S. L.: O. L. UH...1.1 X "arris conducted a conversational meet
...js ."v .1 uk mui in mi- college ussoci-
I.. Mick-Tiind ""l,ss on the general suierintendence I no unpleusunt or annoying after-cffecU
vn...;. I I til IlrVMH-'l.'l LIIIII Witrif . .lit I . A I uall I - ,
mn lit iii.lll., I , . , - ... ui 11, vutiitti.
full attH-k l.lle.
Mime.' and Children's
Wrap. In the late.t itrle..
AIk a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
INDIVTKD rilR FKAI'U,
A Well Known Orirun Manufac-
turer In Trouble.
Trhnton, N. J.. Oct. 1. Daniel p.
Bentty has been indicted bv the federal
grand jury here for Irauilulini use of the
Ilenttr is a manufacturer of organs.
nnd is charged with sending circulars I more; C. T. Wcssels.J. R. Ilerry, Miss Ilcr-
innniKnnui ine coumrv oueriiiu iirunns
at redk-ulously low prices, and after the
receipt of the money refusing to fill the
order till a further sum would be for
warded, claiminsT that lie hail run out ol
Omml Ltiitrml:. II. Nelson. Mnr-
shall; W. II. Lcith, Prntikliii : I. H Pri nk-
.... - 1
lin. Kiinxvillf! W.J. S'Miilit-rliiud. Hick
ory; I. M. Moinlv. Wiivncsvillr: C. W.
King. Newark, .. .j T. ll. Allison. Web-
sier; . n llev miihiK, A. L.; W. M. Molt.
Loluiiiliin, h. L.j M. V. Moore, Balti
more; II. r. L0I1I1, llickorv.
Mr. H. P. Andersen, oi this citv then
preseiiletl a paper promising definitt
methods to promote pcrsouul purit
iiiiitjng yuiing men
UIRBCt.ONS FOR f8B.
The dose for an adult Is two tcaspoonlul.
m wine glass of water. Dose for children
in proportion, according to e. In either
cae the dose can be repcutcd every thirty
mlnues anUl a cure is effected. One dose will
Jway. drive away an attack of lleadsrh.
Ai the Saturday evening meeting Mr. I " fcc"nK premonitory
II. P. Antlcrsen. conducted the "tui.-.ti..., um etuick Is well on, and
clruwrr, iinswcrmg tpiestions 111 regard
111 fill flennrtttiontM .f 1. ...n.t. SI
I.- I - - ui num. iticnil. I j ,
Coulter nnd 1 1 anna then explained thi 11 dotct to effect the first cure
ONK PRICE STORE.
WANTS AN ARGl'MKIHT,
The Caae Aicalusit the NaHhvllle
Nashkvili.b, Oct. 1. Judge Ham
mond, of Memphis, hat refused to grant
an injunction in the case of the I'uilcil
i-. . ; . , t - i . i
A. i. . jr .... I -flute, tigmn.i ine na.iirTine coin ex-
few Items in (Inequalities change, in an action brought for con-
I (piracy to control the prices ol coal, con
ry, Clins. P.Dully. N. Y.j Mis. L.II. Urkcn-
beimer. Miss Clara. Irkenhviiner, U'
Lerkenheiiucr, Cincinnati; Mrs. R. I'
Lutcr and daughter, ' Inilianapolis
w, v.. iinioy, L.tiuisvillcj v-, .
I'owell, ). H. Moses, Milwaukee; E.
nowiirn ninun, Kicninond; Chus. (',
IVck, ClirliovL'nn, Wis.: Ios. Se den. Vln
I- W. Spring, Salem. N. C: H. T. i:ili..n
State work nnd ap.icaled for support.
The sum of $1U0 wus quickly raised.
I he most intcrcstim: leatures of all tin
sessions were the Hible readings by Kev.
It' r l.-.l . . r... . .
... j. liiiiii.oi. mi-, men i ay lor ot
Asheville, conducted the simrina which
nutica much to the attractiveness of the
I he eHind.'i v services were we 11 attended
uy the citizens ot Salisbury. In the niter-
noon there were simultaneously held
St. Louis; Jus. otituKt Jiarrishuru, I'a. "l'K "r men, women nnd boys at
uiiiiiviii, Miii.vB. inrsc mcciuiKS were no
i-Itl ttau.l lit el.i.,nm ik.. U I
a . . I " J SIV.IIIVI, VII dUIIIIUV 1 1 1 L' 1 1 1
- ""!. all theehurches eo.i.bine.1 in n in
The funeral of the late Dr. W. 1 Mil- vice which was held at the Methodist
Hard was held at the Central Methodist t-llurt'1'. .Anr oiK service addresses
Chun,.,. South, yestenlay at p. JXAStZB;,
Theclllirch WHS fl ed. II lieinu mie ol l. I I..... .-.. ...i.jl i i .
. I't a . . , , i ."iv ... iviiiiiii urc in 11,. 111 v'mii. von-1 -,. ... .... ,m,i nn ii .i r. L.. a. v ouitcr niaur
IU VW1IUU Wlf IllVlte MJMfUII IITr trary to the law against trusts. Judge largest Inner ills ever held in Asheville. an appeal lor S0O lor the Sulisbury as-
SI3 St. MAIN ST., ARHBVILLB,
IS THS PLACS SO.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
anr la d
-Walts B. Owtn, W. W. Wist.
GVYN & WEST,
(aeerawrs to Waits B.Owra)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
save money if they will priee tention
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Shoes, lints, Clothing, Dress- Clothing.
es, overcoats, rant tloth,
and Blankets. If we do not Ladies', Misses' and Chil
sell them as good goods for dren's Wraps.
less money man anyone eise
in Asheville they can buy All wool Dress Goods, Silks
come to our Htore before you
buy. and remember the plnce, Men 8 and IloyH Derby and
The "BIG RACKET" Soft Hots ajid Caps.
Hammond wishes to hear the case-
-uucnng ,. intense, the second or tliirtl dose
may be required. Usually a greater number
than Is needed lor any .ucceedlnu time there
after, shon-lnii that the medicine is accninu.
latlve in It e Meets, tending toward an event
ual permanent cum
For sale at
6 SOUTH MAIN 8TKEET,
ASIIEVILLK, N. C.
NEW FALL DRKSS GOODS.
Ladies will do well to ex-
Outbreak Anioni Knsjllah Troops
London. Oct. 1 There has been an
other outbreak among Kuglish troops,
thi time in the ranks of the Hast Surry
regiment, stationed on the island ol
(lucnnily, because they were ordered to
The Knights ol Honor, of which order he socintion and in n lew minutes $3l0 was I
was a charter memlirr, nttcmlrd in n piciigetl ny those present.
bodv. The null lienrers were Tims I) I The tlrleuntes left the eonferenr verv
Johnston, M. J. Ilearilcn, M. 15. Carter. I much lienclitied by the meetings anil lailllllG OUl IK'W St ylo Jackets
M. II. Pletchcr. W. C. Carmichiiel and pleased with the prosperity of the citi-l ' '
j. i'.. KniiKin. me oiirinl service was I tens.
eoiiiluctcd bv Kev. I. S. Iliirnett. assisted
ny Kev. w. M. Kerr nnd Kev. I. II
Weaver. The interment was at-River
ci;nmi's riot mi:h.
Incre.s. and Dccraaite In Two
Mortn Carolina nixtrlcts).
The oflicinl count of the Kipulation ol
An ICIricanl KvHltlcncc.
Mr. P. A. Iiemens will move into his
new residence on l'rosicct Park nvtnuc
to-morrtiw. The house contains twentv
three rooms anil has cost $24,0011, Work
Miners) Win a Htrlke,
troit mine has conceded tin
the striking miners.
Cupesand Long Wraps, at
AITMHS Or COXSIiSJL'EXCE.
thc fifth supervisor's disttict of North was begun on the euction of it Mnv I'll. Oi-riiianv is exnected in Pebruu'rv. Can fllld pIhOwIipI'K.
vsiwtiiHi i iwiiuw. uy 1-oumic.i
.'Mi 1IT1,5 "r hVhitlock'H, Cor. Eagle Block.
Our new stock of Dress
Goods is 'way uboveanyyou
79 PATTON AXK.
Loana Securely Placed
Commissioner, of Deed.. I
Real Estate Brokers.
And Investment Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE. I
OPFICK-aoultiaaat Coart aqaar. Loan, securely placed at 8 per cent.
LIST TO THE HURRYIN8
Of the Hundred, who are comlnato Asheville
to spend th. Pall and Winter.
All thos. who hart honse. to rent should
all en n. at once, as we hart many applica
tions tor both furnished and unfurnished
housM, which ws an at present nnahl. to
JEN KS Jk JBNKS,
REM. ESTATE ANO INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms q io, VIcAlee Block,
a atton An., Ash.vllU. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
FEET ! 84 B4 ptto Avenue.
(Formerly of Lyman ft Child I,
Office No. i Lesral Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loans securely placed at I on orat.
la our motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for they have proven It or their
literal patrons. Ws think that we are
better prepared now than ever before to (ire
onr customers the benefit of low prices In
Our lanr eiperlenn and Increasing busi
ness Justify as In maklnf thi. statement. It
Is needless for n. to enumerate the dlllerent
articles wt carry. W wll the
Counties. IHiio, inho
Alesander O.YUU H..'IAn
Allrahany T.ltll n il
Ashe 1H, Amu 1417
Huni-ombc .10 ox la. ("Hi
llurke .VIJ ill.xiiu
Caiilwrll in. ant
Catawba lM.H.IH I4 1'4H
Cherokee B.WAA K.1HJ
Clay 4,1.1 a .l.lllil
Clevelnnd Vo.iln.'l 10.A7I
Oastun 17.7111 1.L'IU
Uraham.... a. ail il,.'l.'i!t
HaywiHiil .1.-i;iJ7 lo.a7l
llrtiilrrsna I!l.n74 ac.at
Jackson U.4IHI 7,:i4H
Lincoln 1 a. 1177 It, mil
McDowell lo.Uia O.N.'UI
XI scon ti.ini" M, i14
Msrilsnn 17,111111 la. HID
Mitchell Itf.77.1 tl,4.'IA
folk n.xxa n.ima
Nutherford I,"a,1 IA.Hin
Kwaln il.i:.(l a,?M4
Transylvania A,SH4 A..140
Wnlauga tn.AUU M.mn
Wilkes U'J.ft.'ll IU.Ihi
Vaneey D.47A 7,0114
Total Kiiiilntion for tlie district, .17,.
133. lnlHHOit was 270;411j lucrcnse
70,722, or 25. Gil per cent.
The? noiiiiliition of Aslievillr. the lend-
ln city in the ilislrict, is 1(1,43:1. A
a, i o;i
i. i' 1 1
ti i a
i...M i... i i :M H i:..i.i..
..a,., tn .v. I ill ll ii-iiinrKii i, v ., ..... .. I
.i..... ti.-i .. :i..i : i....-i I ne nearini! in tne action tor divorce I
...,, ....... ...t n imii.iii-11 hi inn i , , . --., .... I . . ... . . . .
wooils. cherry, wnlntit. ouk ami pine lie-"r!l"H'n V 'H" i,",ln. nKn,n"1 S(HJ tllCIll, Ot W lilt OC'k 8, COr.
nit usttl. It is heated hv liirni ice anil w,fr' ,n w ,Kn Mr- 1 n"'l. " ' '
each niiini wis n prnle. A nnnmn.. .1.. "vi """ n snn ui euu in no-
rator runs Irom the linscnieiit to the ton
floor. I The llritish uovernmcnt hns ndvnncrrl I
I.. i;,ll...l -..,.. tt ...... . l
rosrrcaa of HrulMlrallnisj X I" .".".V"
l irciltlltl 1.4U1I.1I1IO to mil ii line. in irelnnrl l
The total rcuislrntion inthctwo wnrils to connect the const withtlieinluiiH mnr.
ol the citv nt .1 o clock to-tluv Vt-iisl 11)4. kct linn iiltoril einplovnicnt to poor ten
Threiist wnrtl Imok slioweil ."H3 nnnits. nnts who are tlii-eatencd with famine
.I.IU while nnd 'JVJ colorcil. In the wcsl I owmx to the fiiilurcol the potato crop.
wnni inr niiiiiiirr I. Ol I, 4.11 Willie ami
Ohio ilcniocrnts expre-s themsrlvei as
On Tli Ws lo America. couutiriii oi acienuiiK Air. McKinley
.on iiin. Ik-t. 14. At n meet inr ol the t-nuiinni nrnsecuiions nre lieitur en.
S-Sir InlMir Ittlrration lit Kililvsnrt to-tlnv. fon-ctl nuniiist makers and rieulcrs in Imi-
a4 lost pit (.ox, a memlicrol piirltnnirnt for tnlion butter untler I ciinsylvaiiiu law.
a,4.' I i-.nst i. inrc, stateii Hint iniinn and
n.iiii I O'llricn were on their wnv to America as
"'""'I In.l it. n tu. uinrlii I ilnniiiM mr...l.l
A lln lul Hurricane.
Wichita, Kun., (K-t. 14. The villnur
directory count mnkes it nearly 12,000. of Anilulc wns struck livn hurricuiic vc--Hn.
ClTiika. In i 1HH0 t wns2.H10; trrilny ,, thc ,(lr(ic Catholic church
Increase 7,M 17. or JIIH.KI percent. lilted Irom its Uiuniliilion nnil thrown a
Tim skconii HISTRICT. riislnniv of mnnv ynnls. I.lhlcr liuilil-
The popiilntion of the second district K wre tossed iiliout like Ihjxcs.
oi worm Lnroiinn ny counties is as nil-
Light weight Jersey Juck-
ets ami Mazers at very low
prices. lutloek's, corner
Markets, Comforts and
.The democratic consressionnl commit. I i . . . .
tee continues, it is said, to lie hmnpered '-'"l lal niatena'S, at ll't
in its cniiipiiiitn work by luck of lunds. I
Mr. Murnt Ilnlstend. who recently lock's. Vm'v In n rn w i f. l.-
.i : i ... ... ., ' v
Iiiiniiirt, uives the ex-l'rcsiilcnt a uood
lull ol licnltli.
None but the Best I It quality
And can always lu.ran tee them to aHvesatuv
(action both la
- AND - PRICE.
RfeCHIVKO BVKRY DAY.
QUALITY ANO FRESHNESS QUARANTEEO.
0VSTRR PARLOR We wrvt In all styles
Our facilities for delivering lootls promptly
II spt fully,
at popular prices. ni m MS.E.K, SNIDER.
BARKER St FULL AM, Iwiiolmalb and ustail orocbrs,
avtlldlw BOS. MAIN STRBKT. 1 or. Paltoa Area. ana Mala lintt
aii! i' at
Corner Eaglo Mock.
Willinm II. Schriclicr. who rohlird the 50 (lOZCIl Ani'niiH in 90(1
First national lunik nf fiiliitiilms InA I
ol300,000 has Iktw sentenced to twelve styles. New (lesiirtlS. beautl
yenrs in prison nnil to pay a fincof $.-i0(). '
1 11 i s si . a a
OIUTVAKY. Randolph H. Caldwell, the richest man ,ul ""U CllCBp, lit IlltlOCk'S.
oi Kussciiviiic. Ky nnd a hrother of ex-
Conirrrssmnn lohn w. Cn dwell. Hieil nil r. r . .....
Mr. Ii-rrv (lslinrnr nn nrd , . I .....U.iil, k ." 9., .,.).. ..r T' I Al IV lniF tilOVCS 011(1 UlUlIlir
. , . --n- .' ...... .., -...bMiunw, v. iHiruiY.ia, l tj
siK-ctcrt ciliren ol Transylvania rountv.nt the aue of sixty. 1 n t . ...
w ho lived uenr Cnllioun nostrflice. die I . . . . vIlllB lor XjadlCS and 311880S.
n.j t. n.i u. I ne eniinijenient oi Winn t-innv s. the
JJSI yH oid.-iicnder.onviiie c.uiiic. A"f "!"lK 1 Mn at Whitlock'g, corner Eagle
Mnrvliind Onriloii, one of the old col- nouiiced six months nijo hns been broken. Block
vdliiuilinnrksnf tliisscclinn, wnsliuricd I liitimnte Iricnds of nfiss Davis author-
ne wns nnoni servant ue tins stntem.-nt. rhcy assiun as the '
y niuocK h is tne best place
1 7,nii.i ore
i.. .1.. r.....;i.. .i .... i mi. t.i.-r.i 7
I.II7II";" v....,...,, i,,imi, a,, mi wni, up in v-uunf in neniin ui inc young may.
m, unit ,imi-iy leillB in biiv.- IIKCSIJt.ru liron- u: I... I ...j .i .
inui couio oe itiuna oi tne Douii-S ol six I ""V u u tsvv vuiiiiiiclo uuu.
Total populnllon for the district
Oow.i.oro '. fl, nan a.atn i.niw'st oa brnti struck against a post and broke his
xaicia-n i,7ub h.uuo a.o.ia as.i.i SKUM, killing linn
pulnllon for the district Is While NI. K. P. Pnrd, ol Duplin county, men killed hv thc explosion at Dunont't a. ,,,..
S. .i oWB ' ' " ") anothfriicnllcmnn were out tlrivinu powder mill nenr Wili,ilii((ti,n, Del., lust t8 iOT LttUieS, Gentlemen
34, or 12 30 tier cent. nt Oreenvllle the horse ran away, throw- Tuesday, were huried Saturday. One of ,
owns. sTi. iniii er,"'... cSt. Mr ''',rd .ut of th bufH-, "i' the piece; was hand which fell at the and Children. Corner Eagle
I. n... . -. J. .. Men H slriiek n tT.iin.l a nntl n twl I, p., La ULm f n(. :i t , t o
feet of a farmer two miles from thc ex