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EVERY NORTH CAROLINIAN
XlMuinirallc llltloM. '
VOLUME VI. NO. 151.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
A place planned and devel
oping as n
.Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of .1,800 feet,
Jt is beinc: laid out with
taste mid skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for tint
HICATHI'l l. HOIfllSH.
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
iillustrnted pamphlet, ad
dress, 1INYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Full lovk Lflilim.
MlMca and ChiMrrn't
WratH In tbc luteal U.
AUo a full anil coinilMr
Line of Cndcrwrnr.
30 South INhIii Hired. jo
3J H. MAIN tT . AnllK II.I.K.
in i iix ri.scx nm
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View anil SketchcH.
HEAL EST ATI!.
walt bowth, w. W.JA'naT.
IHurcrsaora to Walter R.Gwynl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Public. Conunlaalnnera ullH-eda.
lOfFICK WonthcaM Court Nqaare.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, wbo are cnnilnKto Asheville
tn attend thr Pall and Winter.
All llmai who have buuaia to rent annual
call on at once, na wc hnvr iiibiij applies
tlona for both furnlaheil and unfurnished
tinuaea, whleh we i.re at pn aiut tumble to
JUNKtt A JKNKHi
REAL ESTATC AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 tk to, McAfee Block,
an Pattnn Ave., A.hrtllle, N, C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who ToM You So?
W, T. Cruwfnrd anvs tlmt II ii. Kwiirl
till hi 111 Ihnt he hcnrd J I m I'.uiIkit ny that
Huh Vnnce tnhl III in thnt Kouc Klin, henril
that there wna no doubt Mint W, W Kollin
anid thnt Turn Johnaton thought that Hub
I'urmnn hurt told SllliiiH Hull Hint llliHiiln
Ilill hnd declared to J II. Courtney tlmt It
n ua urnrrully believed tlmt Han kcynntda
hnd .11I1I In plain trniia thnt he heard Jack
Wurlrjr any thnt hi. friend J.hn I.. Hulllvnn
hnri anid thnt Ilill Denver inlnrnird him nt
the e-onurcaidiiiinl convention In tlil city thnt
It wan a well knnwn fact that the llouac-
keeiwr.' t'nlun hml ciluuht ! n. Cllnvnian in
niivinit Hint In his opinion It mm n innllir nf
Hut ami of una' nililie Iiile-rial that J. J
M nekey intiinnted to Jess l.iiurv that Ilill
Nye hnd mild while- mti-nilinii the enmity ciur
vi-ntiinl la.t Kitlurilny that nuyoiir caught
readinu thin .hall repair nt ,,ihc to Die store
of A. II. CIIiIM:K. North Court ttitiure. mi.l
inspect hi. ninnnnoth aloek ol nil kind ol
ilrnecrk-a, I'roviainna, K.-e, when- nrrniigc
nientii have Ik-i-ii nuide to furnish you nil
kind, of Staple anil l-'iiney lmcvrii-a of tin
Ite.t (.nullity nt thr l.uwr.l Prices.
mwm mi talk.
Our Kail and Winter stork
of goods is nil in. and is com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. th
will be from 10 cts. to.'O cts.
on the dollar higher, pa rticu
Inrly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Kail and Winter nomls in all
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is chenper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep eeiy tbing in
Dress (iootls, Clothing, Shoes.
Mats, Factory Cloth. Tin
.vn re. Lamps and (ilassware.
We can lit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
liny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grandfather,
from a marriage ton funeral.
You must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance of your
Mints. It is but lit tie trouble
lo come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, and it often amountsto
a big saving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes. lints, Clothing, Dress
es. Overcoats, I'ant Cloth.
and P.lankcts. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "DIG RACKET"
Kcnl Instate Hrokcru,
And liiveHttuciit Attentat.
Loans ae urely plne-cd nt H ier i-ent.
11 ft lilt Catton Avenue Heeond Hour,
4 Fiirnirrlv nf Kymnn ft Child t.
Office No. t I.ciral 11 lock.
HtrUlly a Hrokcratre llunlncx
Loan, aei-urelv plnced nt x tier cent.
t.nruf eool, nlry riniina. hiniw- ni-wly fur.
Ill he.l; Mo""' table. Tirnia reliannable. On
atreel ear line. ,
M Ha. J. I.. n.M n 1 11 iinr.,
Jiilyllldilin ih I'nttim Ave.
INBHI'AHKHHin AKH NOTICH.
All neranna nre nntlflril that all Innda be
lonulnu 10 the Wi.l A-lli illU- lniiro,fimiit
Coinpnnv nn.l II. ll. Carrier. In Ihe vli-lnlly of
i.t.d "nUr " " B O t AW Ni tiK.
(!o to ('armichael's Drug
store with your prescription
where you will at all times
Hnd a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and nt
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Dings
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign am
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your preserip
tion will be tilled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. N'ight
alls promptly answered.
No. ao Nouth Main Ntreet,
Asheville, X. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Our Autumn stock is now
very full and attractive, anil
we are selling a large quanti
ty of goods. The stock was
selected with great care, as
suring very late and fashion
able styles' ntbottom figures,
the important advance in
priii's which has occurred
since the purchase making
the goods sjiecially cheap.
As we shall have to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Buy early sm h articles
as you expect to use this sea
son. II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing. Wraps, Shoes. Dry
stery (Joods, Hats,
al Small wares.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIv.
I. our mcitio. nnd we know the prople np
prreinte It, for they have proven II bv thtlr
lllieral patronage. We think that we are
better prepnred now than ever before to irlve
our cu.tomer. the lienrlit of low price, in
llur Inrue eiprrirnrr nnd ini-reuiiuK bu.i
nraajuatlfy na In iniikliia Ihla atiiliuii-nl. It
la iii-eilleaa for ua to enumerate ihe dlilerent
nrtlilca we enrry. We aril the
And enn alwny.xunraiiteetheiii to tilveantla-
fiu tiiin both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
nur Inillltlra fur ileliverluii Kooda prninptly
I'OWIilX & HNIDICK,
WIKll.ltHAl.ll ANIl NHTAIL OHOCUMa,
Cur. I'altou Avenue and Main Mtreet.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
GLADSTONE ON THE M'KINLEY
IK HAVH IT WIl.l. Ill ONI.V
tih-; vniti:i htati;h,
I.iixiiiin, Oct. ail. Ciliiilstonfiirriviilal
Hiuuii-i- tii-day mill tn liiin wiih invsi-ntt-il
llif fri-i-diiin if 1 Ik- city. In ncrtiitinK tin-
honor (iliiilstnm- niiiilr mi mlilnss in
which he referred to the ciiiiiincrce nf tin
city which ii wns sniil win tlirciik-m-d bv
the ndiiilinn ol the new InrilV hill lay the
Ainerienn coiiKietis. lie would nut, how
ever, he said, lirin a railinx neiimalioti
'iKiiiiiHt the a-oile ol the I'nitcd StateK
Protection, alllmuh il miht PiHict in
cnlenlnl and collateral Mown on ntltei
ciiuntrii-a. did far j-nalei- inischii-f to tin
IR-ople ol the coiinti v which adontiM such
tiladi-tone tlicn nrocecded to emit mat
the decrease in the tariff in liiiyluiid with
the increase in the tariff in the I'nitcd
Mntctt nnd s.iul he found coin lor I for l:n
uliind in the (net that it was not true
that any tnrifl adopted hv anv country
011 earth could uiterkri' acriouslv with
the prosperity ol l.rcat llrituin.
It I'linaea 111" ti-atli of 'I'll ret Ifr.
iim:i:vii.i.k, Wis., Hit. -".. Almut
lourwccksaKoaslrayc.it came to tin
liome of Koliirt Paul, of Middleton, and
me of the children pin reel with it. Al-
iliouuii it was noticed at the time that
1 lie cat discharged at the nose anil
mouth notliiiiu was thotiL-hi ol it until
soon allcr when ihe link liovcaniedown
with iluithcria of Ihe iipis! iiLiliunant
kind. The iloclnr said he had caught it
Irom the cut.
The liov (lien. Then the second child
took the disease and dial. The lather,
mother and .laughter wcic also airickcn,
Aihin, the oulv reinaiiiinu sou and tin
support of his paiciits, caicil lor t hem all
lbioiit;n tluir terrible sickness, lioldiii).-
die ol the iiovs wncn lie was ilvim- and
lireiiariiiu them for Initial. Win u ihe oth-
eis were recovering, he was l iken down
A t'ATTI.I! IKIVtOI T,
Hull nf a Kind l'rolill
Cimiv, Hi t. I'O. Sailors ciiiiojnl on
the steamship I-'inuliarr, ili clincil to work
vi slcrday if a consignment of callle lie.
muim; lo men who are lu.vcottcd wi r
carried on the steamer. The men helii
nit in their ditermiuaiion and rathci
lliau provoke all imh-ii c--ii lin t tin stcaiu-
shin coin pa ay fir-vnidid the c.Htle tn
their 1I1 sliuallou hv rail, themsclvi's pay-
inn Ihe lieight charges of the railway.
.vilwit listauiliiig tins milon tbc owuus
-if the cuttle will sue the steamship com
p.-iiiv for refiisiiiK to ship the ci.ule on
their steamer yesterday.
TWO NOMINA TIOKS.
KCPIlllllCIIMM llullot I lie Wt'l'kN,
aviitucrati. an lluur r I wo.
Wii.i.iamsi-ort, l'n., Oct L'il. The n
ptililicau conic rem e of the sixth district,
alter balloting five weeks, early this
morning succeeded in nonilll.itirg A. C.
Hopkins, of l.ockhaven, Clinton enmity.
He is a iirnuiiucui IuiiiIkt mail.
The democratic congressional ennfi-r-'iiee
this morning iioiniuateil Moriiucr
I-', lilliot, ol Tiago enimly. lie was con
gressman at large in issa.
JulL'.l lor Not A.iHm-rliiu.
Tll-I'l'.KAKY, Oct I'll. -Among tin- wit
nesses called to-day lo give evidence lor
the prosecution in the conspiracy case
were Simon lileason and Alice Sadler.
When (iicstioued by counsel lor the
crown each of them refusi'il to auwer
r lie magistrates tlicreiitoii coiuniittcd
them to jiiil until I'riilay.
Ill kon, S. P.. Oct. '.'11. The stiireine
court has rendered an opinion that the
action of the commissioners of Hugh
count v in attaching lo that county iiu
oiganicd counties in the Sioux reserva
tion liir election purposes in a violation
of thr election law and iherefoie illegal.
It Urew Out of the ICU-ctloim.
Hkksk, Oct. ail. (Juiet has btcu rt
stored at l-'rebomg, the rnpilal of the
Clinton of the same name, the sicue yes
lirday of conflirls between radicals and
conser.'iitivcs growing out ol tin can
tonal elections held last Sunday.
In Time to Tula; 7
Lu.mioN, Oct. ail. Kolici t Lincoln, I'.
S. minister, left London to-day lor Liver
pool where he will embark for New York,
having lieen grinned leave ol absence by
his government till January.
In Thc-re Anv Out' Mere Thai
Vuu Know T
ttik:. V. Curler and wife. Sernn
ton, l'n.; 'o. C. Cm lee, Monroe. N. C;
I. W. llaniels. Wiishingtoiii C O. Os
borne mid family, knlnuiaoo, Mich.
Swnniwntin:. X. Kogers, Weaver
villei JniniH 0. 1'ihnii, .I'lieeiislioroi K.
W. I'digillv, Cincinnati; Hugh Minor. P.
H. V. K. K.'i C. A. Carson. Iliuk purest;
J. K. Cumpliell, M. IL. Hickory.
lirnml Ccnirnl.l'. M. Smith anil C.
A. Lowcry, Knoxville; W. C. Sprinkle,
Marshall; Rev. K. Wauiiigbt nnil family,
N. C.J K. L. Wadi, linnville, Vn.i (ieorge
Cooke, K011111I Knob; l. W. Cardwell.
Abingdon, Vn.j II. A. I.ocktiilge, Lynch
lung, Va,; J. Wiley Shook, Clyde: W. O.
likn Ruck. A. W, Curtis, Slockhridgc,
Mich. ; Philip Prevhol, I'.lindnle, Ohio;
II. T. Slonn, Tulah, S. C; A. L. I'utler
sou, Ml. Curmcl; J. S. Houghin.., Albion,
S. C; os. II. Mitchell and wife, Phila.;
K. '.. Miison, Sylva; Milton lllack, Mrs.
Kimble, Mt. Vernon, Intl.; I. K. Lund.
P. 1). Cook, Camie, III.; Mrs. M. I.
Owens, Mrs. Sue Siler, l-'rnuklin, X. C.j
Miss llettie Grandv. Parlitigton, S, C.J
1 11I1 11 Schtilcr, lnd.; Mrs. Hallunist and
laindv, Miss L. Scutlle, Knoxville; J, A.
t'.reeiilee, Oreenlee, N. C.J S. W. Citatis,
llomnr, l5a.jJohn A. Shobiil, C. P. Spci
gle, llallinioie; O, M. Iliobsiin, Tenn.j
C. L. Jordan, Louisville; II. Uilinuur,
Tenn.j J. P. Sittou, Ky.
TIIK WOMAN'H KSCHANUK,
some or Ilie Work lu be Done bv
It will no doubt be of interest to niauv
of the readers of Tim Citizisn to know
something of the Woman's exchange,
which has been organized in Asheville.
Many of the ladies of the city lire inter
ested in this work and the several meet
ings have resulted in the election of offi
cers, all of whom are doing their utmost
to make the exchange u success as it
surely w ill lie.
A room has been procured on South
Main street mid will be approprialelv
filled up, and there all articles that have
been consigned to the exchange will be
exposed for sale. Anv one can iK-come a
mciiilH-rol the exchange and enter the
work of one person by the payment ol
$J K-r annum. A lunch counter is to be
one of the principal attract ions and there
will also lu- cakes, eauilics, preserves.
catsups, pickles, etc., tor sale.
In this way many pe sous can benefit
themselves by selling their works of art,
whether ot the needle, briisliorsaucepau.
ami at the same tune the public has a
choice ol dainty handiwork and tooth
some ilelieaeics. I Irders lor work or eat
ables will be received, ami should any
inenilK-r not careherscll lo Is-a consignor,
shehas the privilege ol iranslerriiig her
ticket lu some one else here or at a dis
tance. The work of Woman's exchanges is
well known almost everywhere, and
In-ginning from u liny iiiuliiis, has in
inn 11 v instances grown into a large and
useful organization. There will lie an
oieniug of the Asheville exchange very
soon, of which due notice will Ik-given.
There is no doubt that the exchange
will be nf great use in Asheville and a
great credit to the city, as the ladies ol
Asheville are noted lor their iersevcraaci
a iu:rtini:nt oi i-kv.
The Ofllcc .f Wt-Klerii I'.ilo.i Tel-
eiiraph t'uuian Wlial In) I lie
Mailer Willi II t
lilUTok Tin: l itii:n: Hue year ago I
came to this city, nil Saiard.iy there
came a telegraphic lib ssage staling the
dangerous illness ol mv mother. This
was delivered al my nsi Iciice promptly.
Sunday morning bet wren s and il o'clock
there e. one another calling meal once.
This lav in ihe u It-graph ollice here until
the 111M ilav about un o'clock. Ilv this
Iclav 1 missed two trains pud did not
reach the licilsidc ol my mother until
iller her death.
On the 1 Mil of this moii'h I went lo
he ollice here iib-nit 1 1 o'clock, delivered
i message and paid lor il. This message
to date, Oct. I!. hu never reached its
kstinatioii. It bad lo go only to Cleve
land, I'emi. Will siiuie liicud advise me
llow : may pnl new I lie mm the Western
I'tiioii Tea-graph Company, that we
nay get what we pay for?
C. M. C.xmi-iii.i.I..
Mr. C.niiplsll's complaint is not the
only one Tin. Cmzi x has heard against
ilu-Western I'nion olhcc in ihiscilv. It
nay not la- the fault ol the manager ol
ihe ollice, who 111.1) Ik- doing his Is st
with it loo small force; but the fact
remains that the telegraph service hen- is
redited with too many failures to de
serve the confidence and patronage ol
the ieoplc. The explanation of thesitii-
ilion probably lies in one word monop-
I'OlillTIITHI-: I'l'.NITI.NTI ARV
Nl-Iho.i JciUIuh ;! l-'lve Venra
lor Horsic Hleallnit.
John Weaver, colored, who was ar
rested lor stealing u wnlch Irom I'. A.
Il.ildwiu at the parmeis' waichoiiM
Monday night was tried in the criminal
court yesterday afternoon and lound not
Nelson Jenkins, colored, lor stealing a
horse from p.. I'. Kuv in lioubleday a
short time since, was tried and found
uuilty yestenlav aflernoon. lie was sen
tenced this morning to live years ol hard
labor in ihe s'nic iciiiteuliarv.
leiikms ami Ins ilaugliter llanunli leu-
kins was Iricd nn u charge of stealing
somr articksfroin thebouscof W. K. Pen-
iiimaii. west ol the city. Jenkins was
liiiiiid not guilty of this oflcncr anil his
laughter was sentenced to one yc.ir in
the state K iiilcnliary.
1'. A. l.imlscy nun x m. jounsioii. inr
l assniilt on ii. L. llinini. utt, at Vau-
dcrbilt's lasl week, submitted their ease.
They were lined $.il each ami sentenced
to liil days imprisonment.
Hick I-iournoy, colored, lor an assault
with ii deadly weapon on Texas Weaver,
was sentenced to three months imprison
ment in ihe comity jail.
Aft aiii-:ai. run aii.
Who Will Help In Heuulnu lliv
lilrl lu New VorkJ
Mr. Ii. L. Iliimiicutt, whose little
ilaugliter was bitten nt his home at Mars
Ilill bv a dog believed lo be niad.apiicals
to the liberal K-ople of this city to give
him assistance in raising suflicR-nt mon
ey to defray ids little girl's exiwnscs
lo New York for treatment nt tin
PiiFtcur institute. Mr. Iluuuiciilt
has raised sonic money, but needs con
siderable more. He wants to leave here
with his daughter to-morrow and il is
therefore necessary that contributions
should Ik- made at once.
A siibscrijilion list has been os-ned nt
the business ollice of Tim CinziiS, No. Il
North Court Siiiarc, and all coat liba
tions will In- rce-eived Ihi re,
lir. L. b. Mellrayer, who hascxamiued
the wound, which is on the ankle, says
thai it is n serious bile and thai lie thinks
the child should be taken to New York
HTAIIIII I. IN Till'. IIKIJAHT.
Jan. Nurl-r I'nt bv Slack liruukn
Wesl ol Anhevllle.
Jas Snyder was stablwd in the right
breast by Mack Ilrooks at Looper's
store, five miles west of Asheville, vcstci
thiv nfteruonn. The wound, which was
indicted with n pocket knife, was exam
ined by Dr. It. L. Ilait-d, of this city. lie
pronounces it serious but not fatal.
Ilrooks wns arrested by Ik-put v Sheriff
P, M. Jones nnd lodged in jail here.
Ilrooks was taken iH-lore P.s C. W.
Mnloue this morning nnd wnscnnitnilteil
to Jnil in default of $:1UU bond, to uw-tit
B. G. Gl'DGliR'S CANDIDACY,
Miy WIl.l. NOT II AVI-; Till-: li l.l
Mi-:m ni.ic.AN von..
J.I.. Calhev Will Ileal llln, ut ol
IIIhIIooih CruwdHlu Hear t'ra w.
rurcl MeiclHlratlou The January
From n StriirCnrrt-Kpnmleiit.
I.KICIiSTliM, X. C, del. B7. 1 Hint. I
find the democracv of lluucombe as fully
alive us in any other s.tiiou of the dis
trict. There was a splendid crowd here
to-day, the college building being so
crowded that Ilk greater portion of the
audience was couiK-lled lo stand In
order to be comlor'.ablc.
So far as I have Ik-cii able to learn, un
less Mr. II. G. Ciiulger creates more en
thusiasm in nthe.- portions of the county
than he docs here at his own home, his
vole will hardly reach, to say nothing ol
exceeding, the regular republican vole.
A well informed and reliable gentlemen
here tell me that Calhey will receive
more republican votes in Leicester nnd
Sundv Mush townships, than Cadger
w ill tlemoerat. un tins eouiiiimn ol
Liffairsat liinlger's home, there can Ik
no iiouiit as to Cat hev s election. J. .M.
CamiilK-ll and Ihe whole county ticket
will carry the lull paily through and
will receive il good strong majority in
Craw lord is almost as well known
here us in Haywood, and every man
seems to be K'isonally interested in his
election. 1 In- eniniisiasm is akin lu that
maiiitesleil in Haywood, and there are
many republicans who have declared
their intention ol voting for Crawford.
The registration in this towishlpis
Mi", anil the ikuiocris claim that their
majority will U- in the neighborhood ol
The weather is much more like lauuurv
than October. The Sandy Mush Moun
tains and those nearer. lie dct-p in snow this
morning, and we waul this campaign
lo cud. ICwart is alieadv vhipK-d and
there is no )iok- lor him except ihruiigh
the inlliieucey ,f "fat" liied Irom the miin-
uiactiiies tic lias voieii lo make run by
the McKiulcv bill.
lr. ll. p. Sumuiev entertained us to
day in his well known hospitable way
and to-night we will he the guests ol
C.-ijit. Prank Wells,
l-rom this point to Marshall our ro.-ul
will Ik-rough, but with the end ol our
journey in view, and a grand victory
awaiting us, we go forward with un
daunted spirits. . P. K.
THIS MINI-: IIOt HQI'KHTIO'l.
A Can vans of Ihe I'll Made b Ihe
At ft regular meeting ol the united
brotherhood nt carK-ulcrs ami joiners ol
Asheville held in the union hall on Oct.
an a comiuiiuvwasiippoiniedtocauvass
the city and ascertain, us nearly as prac
ticable the ihiiuIht of cara-utcrs at woik
under the "lime hour" system, and how
many are yet al work lea hours.
Then-port of Ibis comuiillcc shows
that out ol :tl cm iK-mcrsnt work ill tin
city, aaa arc working nine hours and ss
are working tell hours kt day. Thow
who are working but nine hours aie in
the employ ol Iweiily-lour coutraclors
ami the leu hour men arc wuikiug uudei
leu eouli aclors.
Thef will Ik-ii meeting of ihe laboring
men to-morrow tuglu at the court house
to lake action on tilt uuic-hour ipicsliou.
i:-iaiv, jauvih To-Mi.nr,
Kter bod) Should un nnd Hear
Px-Governor Thomas J, Jarvis si?aks
in Asheville to-night. Goceriior Jai v s
reached here this morning from Kalcigh
and after breakfasting took the train for
Hendersoiiville, lie spoke there to-day
and will riliirii to Asheville to-night,
reaching here at 7 o'clock. livery
body should turn out ami hear Gov.
Jarvis present the issues ol the campaign
in his forcible manner.
Attorney-General T. p. lavidsi,n will
lie Meandern On.
Prom the Wil.on Mirror.
We do eoiigraliilalcbiilh upon
their bright ami auspicious entrance into
the love-lit realm of marriage laud, nnd
we believe that the Inline will have for
them all that this earth can give ol bap
piuess, mid that every singing ripple in
the radiant current nf then blisslul ex
isletice will calch the iK-aiiteous gleaming
nl love's own resplcuilaut lie manga, mid
How railiiiiilly ami brilliantly onward,
mid In-ar upon its piire.rapltirous bosom
only those lull blossomed (lowers of hon
eyed eiuleai incut mid affect innate minis
try w hose beamy and whose fragrance
will brighten and sweelcn all lite miry
bogs ol trials and disappointments
through wlueii the brightest stream
iiiusl sometimes wind its sparkling way.
M I-MKS (' COXSEjjrL'WIi.
1 OKI l,,,
The Si. Peieisburg C.ii7ctle slates that
M. Carnot, President of Prance, will visit
that city in May, w hen he will oH-n the
exhibiiioii ol French products to lie held
In n speech lo Scotch liberals Mr.
Gladsloiie criticised Lord Salisbury for
sending General Simuioustocousult with
the 1'opc regarding the righls of I he
Catholic church in Malta, Mr. Gladstone
contending thai such nclion came dan
geroiisly near In supporting the papal
claims to clerical iloiuisioti over u part
The rccc-il high tides did I inch damage
m llosloii and ueighboring tow ns.
The Western 1'nioil operators at Sl
Paul have slruck becauseof thedischuige
ol members ol their brotherhood,
Secrelurv of the Interior Noble hns
written to Minor Grant refusing the
Mayor's applicalioii lor n reeotiut ol
New ork city.
The New York coffee exchange is eon
sideling the advisability of speculation
in raw sugars on tin- theory that the
new lai ill will revive the sale of growing
tlranch No. 4n.'l of ihe Irish nalional
league, ol llnllalo, N, Y,, bus eollecled
$4,Jias to Ik- placed in the hands of
Messrs. Dillon and O'llrien, tn be used as
they, in their judgement, may determine
for the relief of Ireland, whether tuinine
iiilVcreri or evicted tenants.
nevlk failing cure for
TKAIili MAKK KCI'.ISTUKBU.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PEKFECTLY SURE AND
Cures l.sc-rj van.-ly of Headache
AMI NUTlllNi; III.SU.
Has earned lur itself
tlie enviable reputa-
lion of being the lim-iil, most effective
and reliable article ii. ihe- market for the
SK-cdy reliel and cine of every variety of
thai common trouble, IlhAliACiiB. The
immense lavor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits nnd
."icccpluhilily to the public. It is some
thing w Inch almost everyone needs, und
ihosc who have once tried it, will uever
Pur ils curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs us
CIILOKAL AND COCAI.NU,
Since it does not contain au utom ol
either ol these. Il is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is u a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, nnd contain,
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The ieculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in ils being thoroughly
reliable as acme lor any kind of head
ache without reHct tu cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying ultcr-cffccls,
as ill the case of other so-called "harm
less" i cine dies. These tju.iliiics make it
ihe most popular and .alcalde article in
the market, wheiever known.
MKI.e. ,.uss KuK t SU.
The iloi-i- lor an adult i two triispoanful.
ill u wiuc fcl-1- ol water. Pom; tor children
u proportion, .-ueorihng tn nge In either
..iim: tlic do... e.iu be- ieHiited every lliirty
mimes until u cure is elkvlvil. line- duw will
liwny. ilrive n,ay itliatuukol liendiictie,
il tuke-u wlu-ii ... -i Ue.aik' tne premonitory
.ynilitotii. ; out ii ilu- .itbuk I. well ou, and
uttering i iniiii!i . the n-eoin! or thinl doac
,nn la- le-.junt,!. I sii.illy n giruter number
1 dtiti-a ih in, in nil lo ellixl Hie lir.t eurr
tltiiii I. nit-,le,l ua i,,t ata-eee-ilinu lime there-
.liter, sluiw 1111; that H- meitlciiie i. ne-cumu-.alive
in it- vllei-tM, te-mtiny tow ii rd un event-
uul iKrinaiieiit cur-
or .ale nt
46 .SO l "HI MAIN HTRIiKT,
ASIIKVlI.I.l', X. I'.
ni:v 1 am. iiri-:nn coodh.
Ladies will do well to ex
amine our new style .Lickets,
Capes nnd Lony; Wraps, nt
Whit lurk's, Cor. KiiglelMock.
Our new slock of Dress
(nods is "way alioveanyyou
can liiul elsewhere. Call and
see them, lit Wliil lurk's, for.
Lifiht wei-A'ht. .lersey .lark-
etsand l'liizris at very low
priri's. Whit locks, corner
I'lliinkrts, Comforts and
Cnrtaiii materials, nt Whit
lock's. Very lai'Lve stock.
Corner Kiile l.lock.
50 dozen Aprons in -DO
styles. New designs, beauti
ful nnd cheap, at Whitlock's.
Dri viiiji" (llovcs and Uidin
Caps for Ladies and Misses,
itt Whitlock's, corner Knglo
Whi' lock's is the best place
by far to get complete out
lits for Ladies, (lentlenien
nnd Children. Corner Eagle