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WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
SEE THIRD PAGE.
VOLUME VI. NO. 154.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
,4'6''tf - -J-
A place planned and devel
oping' iim a
Situated in t he
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hen lth
I'nlnenH and heauty of
80 EN Ell Y.
An elevation of 5l,H00 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
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lluvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The large .lock of new nnv
tllk. recently purchased by
MUs Blllck while Norlh nrr
arriving daily. They arc bulh
beautiful in design and rhrap.
Call and Inspect.
30 South Main Btreet.jo
33 . MAIN ST.. ARHIIVI1.LB.
-1. ths rLACi poa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY SOODS
apr l" d
WAITS! B. owtk, ' " w. w, WI1
GVYN & WEST,
IlKRMn to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Lo.ua Securely Placed at 8
Notary Fabric. Comml.nionen of Deed.
OFFICR onttaeaat Court ftqaare.
"THE SUN 00 MOVE."
And o dnra Asheville The (treat ha.tllna
act I. now belna performed by an genuine
bu.ine.s men 01 tne
OF THII HoltTH. Brery nun has hi. scheme
ad he relate It In nut cm- a to not unwlll
In a ear. We don't mind tell'ng you Ihut our
Mhcme I. to aell all the land and in.ure all
the proiierty we can, before "The Knlilns
Neat Again." We hare Ju.t hem appointed
agents lor the Old Mellablr Pennsylvania Plrr
In.nraact Co., and w want you to In.ure
JBlflCS St JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Room 4k io, McAfee Block
AH Patton An., Asheville. I. C.
P.- A, GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford nhvi thut H 0. liwnrt
told him that he heard Jim G miner nay thut
Hob Vance tnlil htm thut Kojic Btlttn heard
thrft there a m no doubt hnt W, W Kolllim
nld thnt Tom J oh tit ton thuuKht that Rob
Pnrman had told SI ttlnK Bull that Buffalo
Bill had dtt'tntrd to J H. Courtney thut It
wan generally believed that Dan Reynold!
had aatd in plain terra that he heard Jack
Wortey ay that htn rritnd J"hn L. Sullivan
had Hald that tldl Denver hitnrmed him m
the conitrvaidonnl convention in thin city thnt
it wuh u well kimwu fiu t that the llouw
keepem' Union hud nuiKht dm ClitiKmnti hi
saying that in hiH opinlun It wim u utuUcr of
fact and of ktvii publk intcrm thut J. J.
Miii'key Intimntcd to Je l.owrv that Bill
Nye hud suid whil : atUtnlinw the county con
rentionliiHt Saturday thnt iiuyntie ciiukM
rcadinK thin shall repair at once to the wtort
of A. It. C( !'KH. North Court Siuiire, and
InHpcct hU mammoth atock ol all kindt uf
(Iroccrlei, Provision. Ktc, where urruiiKe
men til have been made to furnlnh you all
kind of Htuple und Fnni-y t.rocvrit-it ul' the
hest Quality at the Luwi'ut I'm.
Our Full and Winter stock
of goods is all in. and is com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it at ouv
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Oth
will be from 10 eta. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, purlieu-
arly .Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our presentstock o!
Fall and Winter goods in all
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than anv other store in Ashe
ville. We keep eery thing in
Dress (ioods, Clothing, Shoes.
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin-
ware, liiirims nini iiiasswnre.
We can lit out a family with
everything to wear, irom a
tinv 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 till
out the balance of your
wants. It iH but little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our price before you
buv, and it often amounts to
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. Hats, Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Dlankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
Isewhere, only be sure to
ome to our si ore before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET
And IiivcNtuienl AgeutH.
Loan. e urrly plncrd at N wr cent.
2 Ik 311 Hattun Arrnue Hernnd door,
3H Patton Avenue.
Nrit V M C A,
P O lloi ftS4.
I Formerly of Lyman ft Child i,
Offlce No. I I.cnal Mock.
Strictly a Brokerage HualntM
Loan, aeeanly placed at per cant.
(So to CnruiiehuerH Druj?
Store with your prescription
where you will at all tiniPH
Hud a full line of pure I'ivhIi
DriitfH and ChemiealM, and at
low jiricew. Uh prewription
department iH utoi'ked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
uasured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will lie charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
callH promptly answered.
V. C. CARMICII AKL
No. ao South main Street,
Asheville, X. C.
T. C, SMITH & GO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
PCB1.1C hl AH:,
Our Autumn stock is now
verv tu iim niuncuve, aim
we lire selling a large quanti
ty of goods. The stock was
selected with great care, as
suring very late and fashion
able styles at bottom figures.
the important advance in
nrices which has occurred
since the purchase making
the goods secially ciieap.
As we shall nave to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Buy earl.vsU' h articles
as you expect to usetnis sea
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
( foods, I nderwear, I noi
stery Hoods, Hats,
Carpets and Gener
7 ft 9 PATTON AVK.
Is uur mnttn. and we know thr peuple np
praelau It, fur thry have proven It bv thilr
lllwral patronavr. We think thnt wr are
brttar prepared now t hit it ever before (o give
our cfl.tomcrs the henrfll of low prtrr. in
Our larK irlnce anil tncrrnnlim bu.l
nes.Ju.tlfy u.la uiaklnf Ihl. statcni.nl. II
lanraiilna torn, to cnuimrale the dllfcrent
article. w carry- W sell Iht
And can alway.fuaraatnth.in to glvr.utls
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our facilities for dellv.rlnn good, promptly
POWELL, ft SNIUHK,
WHOLUsALR AND RBTA1L OHUCUHii,
Cor. Pulton Armut and Mala ttreet,
THE NEWS !
BY, ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
CLEVELAND ON THE POLITICAL
a n tjoHiTY i-Hi:itiiri:i) i on
thi: hoi si;.
Ai.iianv, N. V., Nov. t. Tin', inws this
HKiriiiiij! pulilislud the fnlluwiiiK intir
view with vx-l'rt'Mik'iit (.'Icvclnncl on the
politienl aitimliiin, sent t(i it l)y its New
Vurk cdirt'spoiidciit :
"Ol eotiim' it i neetllrsR fur nn- to ex
pre the deep interest 1 feel in the dee
tions uuw peniluiK. I mi) tire Hint there
never win n inllit iicsliiiii disensseil
more thoroughly mill more intelli
uentlv tlinn him heen the snlijeet ot tin
itlretorm liv it tlemoernlie ndvoeales.
The H'oiIc'k appieliension ol the true
provinee of our ovi rnineitt hut. U'eu tlis
lorleil (mil lliev hnve lor years heen leil
to believe thut ,t hr eonilin t of public til
lain, illicit propiilv ailuiinistirto their
prulil. t.ot I iv Kivui inu a neutral prosper
ity founiled on principle, I nil liv pvu"-'
a direct ndvaiilafie to certain cl.isses.
There enn lie no advance in tariff reform
where these ideas prevail.
WAK1M. I I'.
"It is certainly true that in such a sell
isli operation the interests of some of the
lieoplc must lie neglected. I'rotest on the
part uf these Ims lit-cn stilled by the most
arrant deception and cojnler?. At last,
however, t hese negleclcil ones a re aroused ,
and ill spile of the clouds of misrepresen
tation cud delusion v liuhsui round I IK in,
lliev lie-in to ste the liuht. ( lur auricul-
lunsts uud otheis whose interests have
lieen disretianltd, while advantages have
Ihtii aivorde.l to a favored lew. ate dis
covering more ami more clearly that the
toll ami tiiicomplniuiiiC; laoor wlnel
:.ltould have atl''cl to t heir own coiutoil
and prosperity, have lain diverted to the
aejurandueineiil nt oihus, while they
have constantly e;ru tt poorer. I hey
tail to sic in the ucctiiin. latum of v.isi
lortuiirs any couip nsaiio-i lor their du-
coiirai4inA laiior or loi .. .ir lorml am:
I ili.e Iiii.k ecoiioiuv.
Tin; xi-.xr not m;.
1 am coiifukut that we sha,l sccuie a
uiajority in the mxt house of rcpresiiita
lives. Oursiieeiss m. v not Ik so sweep
iiiR und .lecisive as uiuiiy of our SMiitiiii,
Irieuds anticipate. Iitil it w ill U rate am.
substantial. Tilt' ttlective iiii'iilcatiou in
wholesome doctrine which ch.iiMclc'izc
l lie democratic pus's, the thorough tU.
cussion Kt'1" on m tiry p'irl ol tilt
country, the uudisuaiscd sciicnus o
the republican part;, to secure itr
rcpulatioti iu power ihioi'h rtclles
eiiaetiiieuls whun sillies t:.e lestiltt-
of the ieoples' suiliax. . Us luutil ll.i'li,
ods ol legislation, autl atifVc all tit
positive distress daily threaii t.iii 0111
people's homes uutlcr the operation o
Hie new and iniiiuitniiK law a law whiel
not oulv euhamvs the cost ot ucciss.i
riekullile, but lusters the extortions ol
trusts and combinations -inakc cert ait
the advent ol alrcir, better tune, and th
ascendency of true democracy.
1 he parlv that Ituew no itisoniiaue-
ment in 1MHS will not waver i t I.Jlcr in
WK ON Till K. Ol' I..
MeiiilwrM oftlie Order nrlu n Out
of M.iHHacllunetlH riliops.
I.Vnn, Mass., Nov. 1 Thoma-Klioods,
n nmr.KTo ninniifaclurer, to-day itniicil
iff ItiT employes in nevonliuuv with n
resolution adopted by lilt' n iltufal nt"
roeen inaiiiilaeturiiii: associaliot' t'..it 01
Nov. I all kuiuhisol labor slumlil In ills
charged. . These men relusi d to situ ."
pniK-r renoiiiicniL' their ulleni. nice I" th.
Tue l nllrd HIi.lVNt'e.iH.iH llei.el.t s
Hi. Tolul I'iKurvM.
Wasiiinuton.Nov. 1. The twillth cen
sus bulletin says the population of th.
L'niled States on June 1. lstiu, as shown
by the first count of ikisous.iihI families,
exclusive of while x-rsous in l lit- Indian
Territory, Indians on reservations uud
Alaska, is us 02.MU.6-1-II.
North Carolina's population is l.l'il".
;)4l). Tweill-Scveu 1.1 cm I.i.M.
Nkw Yomk, Nov. 1. Ii is now certnip
thnt twenty -seven lives were saved from
the wrecked Bt.nmrr Vizeavn. Word
wnsreceivedfri.nl the Ddaware break
water that ciiiht iwrsons s.iv.d are now
there. A iiik was -cut this itmriiim: t"
SmiiiIv Hook for seven sin. ivois In Ion
or) bv the Marshall and now on board
Hla Vote Im Nt-i'iU-d.
Washington, Nov. I. The president
Olid Attoriiey-lieneral Miller will leave
here Mondnv inorniiin at 1" o'clock for
Indianapolis where they . xpat to iirrivt
Tuesdnv inorniittf. I lay will east their
voles nt n eoiivittienl lime dtiriiiK tin
dnv mid the president will leave lor Wash-
Hilton in the eviuuiK.
Kumk, Nov. I I'he Consul ('.ciarnl
who, the Italic slates, sent n nuniornn
diini lo the chanilitr of commerce for the
purpose of eoncctiiiK erroneous com
meals of the luiropean piesson I lie effects
of the MeKiuley bill was not the Consul
('euciaiol Italy in the Tuilcd States, bill
the Anieiicaii Consul ('uncial here.
Killer) l HunhIiiiih,
IlKHI.lN, Nov. 1 Vossischc .'itiitiK
conlirniUhc ripint from Warsaw that
while a nnuilH'r ol K't smis were leaving
Kiissln, their iiitenlioii beiiiK to eminriile
I. iliev were lit'ed iinon bv the
I Kiiasinn lionticr (jttatd at Sliica. I'mir
of the parly were killed.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 1. The total visible
supply of cotton for the world Is 2,:ti)(l,
173 bales; of which l.Stn,A7fl luilct are
American. Receipts at all interior towns,
1M.'1,4:I7 bales! receipts nt plantation,
,1M4,IHH)i crop III siKiit, i,aini,iio.
Rrv, llr. NvIhoii Dead.
hAl.TiM.oMK, Nov. 1. Kev. Ur. Clclaitil
Kiuiloeli Nelson, denn of the convocation
of Wnshi'iRton or the rrotestinit l-.pis
copul diocese of Maryland, 1 dead.
THAT Hi; A 11 HI NT,
Wua II or
a Kind Mut Creditable
KnrroK Till! Crrizi:s: 1 heard (identic-
man, an old hunter, say yeslerday that
he had never had so much sport out of a
hunt as he cuio.vcd in the bear chase ol
Thursday. If the two hundred partici
pants an I spectators, itieludiiiKlhe ladies
enjoyed the chase eipially, the amount "I
fun must have been considerable. Now,
if the heur chase can be made the occasion
of an cipial amount uf profit everybody
ou'lit to be salislitd. I hope the profit
will iu the end be loutid to be so much
more than the tun that the latter will
seem very little in comparison even to
those who enjoved il. Ami that this may
be the tesull I ask tin local press uueipiiv
ocallv to express its disapproval ol such
kind of sport Kiviiia those reasons for so
doiiiK which commend theiitselvis to the
cool judgment of our heads and the licst
instincts ol our hearts. I hope the occu
pants ol our pulpits w ill herein sec nil oc
casion to help some in Asheville to ad
vance a step iu the royal road ol love. I
I hope public opini.iii ill Asheville
will exptess itstlt iu the many
ways it knows so well to do. When
in earnest as opposed to such kindol full.
I hope that the Nor'li Carolina society
lor I he prevention ol cruelty to anitiinls
will be uronsnl to wise autl efficient
work und that il will luiealler receive
lite substantial support ol our people,
it'd I Iiok- that those who had their fun
on Thursday ineliidiuv, 1 m sorry to
say, many of those Itoiu we are (dad to
call "our Ix at eitiens," ami our official
lienil the mayor will on calm nlleclion
.include that in the lulutc, there will be
more real pleasure to tin in anil more til
)tod to the community iu the omission
than in the renewal ol such sports.
Noiu.i:si: (i mi. n.K.
Asheville, Nov. 1.
NOT A CAN II til ATlv.
J. II. Woodwind rilaU-H IllH I'omI
IIoii In 1 lint Itesiwel.
Khitok TiihOl 1 11. x: circular sinned
by F. M. Stockton, chairnian, and (. O.
ilopson, seerUiiry, pta pot line; to lie the
proceedings ol an alliance niecliiit;. has
iH-en issued uial iaciU attention ut m
On the atllli ol S. pit miu r a mass nieet
mi ol members '.I the : lliaine and la'ior
mi! itii'ti ttirt in Asheiillc :,!! noMiiiitted
i ticket, nty natne In itii aiming llie ii'iiu
tices loi lue !(.. c oi i.i--ki. tlecds.
iubscipu i il.. I 'tin oihtccd my witli
liawal Ir nil ;he tickd ami tin- canvass.
liltoi Ih r in ( en. o. t .tsteho pnr'ii ipated
in the Sept, hurt II' 'th iti.ctinc;. united in
I caul aiini'iiiu i'ic tit ir ili-tcrmiiiaiiiiii
ii support the cm ici.'ilic ticket and
ippositl my will.iliaw.il as a candidate.
I hat car l m l with utv approval. I
ercbt r p u t ill il I am not a candidate,
ml ile-iti to th.i'ik my uii-iu's ol both
arlies loi tin a , ,..i scions in uiv lavur.
I am a ut ni't r.u ..ii. I expect to n il). tin
4ii, in which I h pe to h.i.e the aeliveaid
ol all my milami ami Ii tends.
. U. WooiiAkli.
Aslicviili, ;,o . 1 .
Till-: KI.ITIII.Il'AN i. A. H,
Wi.m ilic- l.vtu-r III Vt'Hlfrday'a "Clt
Urn" a Ciiiiiiialuii I'.lc I
liliiroH Tiik Cirui.x: In your p:.K-i
ol yeslerday was an article on The Re
publican 0. A. K.," which I, as a nicmlicr
of I lie Criind Army of the K( public, pro
tiouuce lis a campaign he. No true vct
ei an would sump to violate his sacred
obliualions in that wav.
The Ii. A. K. iseoinposed of men Irom
both uilitieal parlies. Ke-pcctlullv,
(Ml. I'". Scl'TT.
Asheville, Nov. I, lN'.hi.
The Utter we quoted Mr. Scotl can
ee at the olltir of the I'cmocrut in this
KII.I.l:i IllH HIVAI.,
rvrrllilv Trnitc-dt In Ahhoii Couii
1) I.iihI Muda.
I'ruin tlir Viiitoll I'l.tly.
Leniui l Allen, a youtiK mini of promi'
ncticc it. Aiisoiiville, this State, .iccompii-
nicd Miss I'.raec (iieetie lo a dance near
that place Monday nilit. While the
allair wiisul its luiuhl, Julia Tyson, nn
old admirer ol Mi-s Coiine, called voiiiih
Allen . ml ol the room. The youii men
present knew thai iinl'i icmlly relations
existed between the two, and several
followed ill. tu . hy ih. lime they reached
the spot I vsoii had his kuile out and
was lilerally clioppiiiK Alien. They tried
in vain to separate the rivals, Allen
reached lor Ills pistol, Willi ii steady ami
ii.iIN'H tlir triun. '1 lie ball took effect
iu I t son's temple. Tyson tell to the
u round dead.
Allen onvr hiinsi ll up. sn uni: that II
w its iu sell .1. Itiue.
i nn. ii to no mi iiiii;h.
lcHivratt! All. i.iKI lo ANHaanliiiilc
emu. .11 IllH.
From Itir News niul (iliscrver.
It npisrar that a lot of ilesH.'idoes
who lire lostercd in this state by the
odious internal revenue .v8lciii dcliU-r-
atelv undertook the minder of Capt. Joe
Mills, lie had left the place of stc(ikinn
at Iivsarlsville, when live of these des
peradoes assaulted him, ami were about
to murder linn w hen olheis inlet fired.
Tim names of III. nl'CL'nl nssllllllllls lire
snid to Ik- one Yin liotn.cx-ilcpuiy I'liitcd
Slates marshal, J"C ration, All. Lowmi
ami Joe Walker.
The Town of t lilllli'.illiv Alinonl
I'kokia, III.. Nov. 1. The business por
tion ol tlte town of Chillicotlic was al
most entirely deal roved bv lire last night.
The fire originated ill Hancock's livery
sla'ile mid spread rapidly in all direc
tions. The telegraph and telephone ol
ftees were burned and all roiiiiiiiiiiicati.nl
cut off so that il is impossible to nhtnin
the detail us yet. The loss will not fall
short ol f . 'O.oiKi on w hich theie is only
a piirlial insurance.
Thkku HaI'TK, lint., Nov. 1. A con-
.!.,.. i.f llu. ininrr. of atnle Is brimr
lipid here to consider the uionoiition to
LAST OF THE CAMPAIGN
CANVASS IN COI'NTY AND IIH-
TI.e I'ouuly Cniidldutea Hpeak at
llie Court House and Crawford
aud Ivwart at the ForiuerM' Ware-liouse-Kwarl
KfuHta to Reply.
The county canvass closed bete this
The democratic candidates hnve been
making a strong liht and have nood
prospects of success. The speech making
bewail nt 1 1 o'clock tliis niominir in th.
The audience was large, tliccourt room
beiiiK crowded. The larger part of th.
audience was democratic. M. L. Keed.
one ol the democratic candidates for tht
house ol rciresciitatives, made a splendid
sis-celt on llie principles of the tariff and
the MeKiuley bill.
I)r. J. A. Harris, who is opposing Mr.
Keed, liillnwcd ami made a vague speeel
on what he eulltd shortcomings of thr
denioeriitic partv. Mr. Folsom, who i
Mr. Harris leliow candidate for the
house of representatives, talkedabotit be
ing n ynnkec and said he was opposed ti
the Force bill, although he said hi
wanted some kind of u law for the free
dom of the ballot.
Mr. K. I., llrown, republican candidate
for register of deeds, made nn emptv
attack on Mr. Mackcy, the demncrati.
eamlidalc, and Mr. Mackey, in his reply,
met these points mid made a stroni
point against his opponent. lie charged
him with scattering democratic tickets
with his ( llrown's) name substituted foi
his ow n. llrown admitted this.
Mr. Lovvrv, democratic candidate for
the house of representatives, made a vig
orous sieech on the general issues of thi
ShcrifT Keyiiolds said that he would
not Sieak as the crowd would adjourn
to the l-'armers' warehouse and hear th.
congressional candidates. Mr. Reynold,
said he would defy any one to make
truthful charges against bis record as
The county candidates were all limited
to ten minute lulks.
AT TIIH t'AKMliKS' WAHKIIOl'SK.
The crowd udjourned to the Farmers'
warehouse, which hud been secured foi
the congressional Sienking, because ol
the fact that the court house was too
The erriwd at the warehouse was large
and was enthusiastically democratic.
Mr. l'wait spoke first, and talked for an
hour. Mr. Kwart sjient a large part ot
his time iu telling about mica and what
had been done for themica mines in west
cm North Carolina. He did not appear
as happy ami buoyant of spirits as six
weeks ago, before 'he Ingan the canvass.
Craw turd's speeches have told on him.
lie was cheered two or three times.
Mr. Crawtord replied to Kwart'f
spcccli in a siccch lasting over nn hour.
He was greeted vvitu rousing cneers aim
the audience was so enthusiastic when he
apiK'and (hot he could not be heard foi
some lime, lie put in some heavy blows
on l;warl when he did talk, and th.
crowd enjoyed his scathing exposure ol
hwart s promises on llie Kepeul ol tot
Internal Kcveiuie Law."
Mr. Crawford scored a good point
when he told ol how liwart had read u
part ol the reK-al ol the tobacco law at
San.lv Mush bill had stopisfd before he
come to the provision saying that every
'in uier should give un account ol tue to
He spoke of the republican party' ac
tion on the silver tpiestion umouuting
to the d.inoiiii ir.ntion of it after July
1, lM'.it and said that the democratic
party had never struck a single blow at
silver. Mr. Crawtord pleased and de
lighted his immense audience, many ol
whom saw lor tue tirst time our next
Mr. hwart was entitled to a reply ol
liltecn minutes, but the crowd seemed to
Ih so enthusiastic over Crawford that
he got rallied and refused to Sienk.
The sikvlnud cornet hand was present
and luriu'shcd some excellent music. The
members attracted considerable atten
tion bv their handsome uniforms.
The 'members of this bund are E. A. Ir
vine, leader. O. A. Miller, Chas. Case.
Arthur Case. Thus. Case. M. C. Bell
Alonzo Sumner. I. II. Merrell. M. W.
Haw kins, C has. Sumner, J. II. Sumner,
A. M. Clark. I. I'inncr, I. W. Kiekmnn.
The band lavored TlIK ClTIZh.N with
serenade ol select musienlterthespeaking
closed, lor which they will accept Heart)
Mr. Crawford will very probably speak
at the court house lo-mglit.
ACMOSH THK HAII.H.
Attempt to Wreck a Train la Chl
CiiK'.vi.o, Nov. 1. Iiastardly attempts
to wreck a train on the Pittsburg, Wavne
: Chicago Railway, nt the corner Ttair-
eth street and Fourth avenue, wn frus
trated bvo policeman enrlv this morning.
As the iilbccr was crossing the track he
discovered a bar of iron ulmut twentv
four lecl in length si retched across the
tracks and tied down.
Count or Paris Mall.
Ni:v Yokk. Nov. 1. The Comte de
I'liris ami suite sailed for Liverpool to
Julea l-erry a Candidate.
I'akis, Nov. 1. Jules Ferry will be t
candidate for the senate anunry next
.1 l llKs'ol' COSSFWESCE.
F.x-liovernor I'attisou's liliel suits can
not Ik heard till Monday week.
The I'iiieil Stale government build
ing ul Chicago is sinking, and engineer
say it may collapse lit any niomeni
The sixth nnntiiil conference of the Col'
lege Young Men's Christian Associations
ol Virginia win oe ueui in nicninon.i No
Urouhlicn:il.ite Associations in Wash'
ingtoii arc ll iurishiug vigorously jul
now, mid oflicclioldcrs complain of being
torced to join tliem.
The monument in honor of the men
who lost th. ir lives in the leanette Arc
tic expedition ha been unveiled in the
Nnvnl academy cemetery nt Annapoli,
A "Conference Association" of Unlta
riniis was formed at Chicnuo. veiterdnv
ITcct a reeoneilmtion iwtweentne unv
.arian ehnrehes of the Wet. which hnve
j w,.n divided since the attempt wa made
I ill 1 8H(1 to HUt the clllirehe on aiHirely
cthicul basis. About half Ibe churches
I objected and withdrew,
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