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Eternal advertising is the
priee of trade. Some Argue
that it is expensive to adver
tise. It is the most profita
ble expense you can have, if
vou handle it properly. Mil
ford, Mass., Journal.
-I tu&n with a business cap
able' of being profitably ad
vertised, but who refuses to
give printers' ink a trial, is
his own worst enemy. Prin
VOLUME VI. NO. 164.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
L I N V L L E.
A place plannod ttnd devel
oping as a
Situated in rue
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lienltli
Tulni!ns Mini lenur.y of
An elevation of :l.HOO feet,
It is being laid out "with
taste uud skill, with well
mi nded roads and extensive
milile place for Him
HK4THI II. HOMKS.
,A good opportunity
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.
LltiYlllc, Mitchell Co., N.
The large Muck nf new nov
elties recently iiurchnacd ly
Mlu Kllick while Noelh are
arriving dully. They arc both
iKniUlfnl in deanm and cheap.
Call and Inspect.
30 HowtH Main Street. 3
311 8. MAIN T.. AHIIIIVU-I.K.
-i. tm I'Ltc ri
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketchen.
apr ia d '
UWYN & WEST,
luntaann to Walter B.Owynl
JTSTAHLISIIE D 1881
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Hecurelv Placed at
Notary Huhlk. Commlealontra ol Umla
. nFFICR-aotitlienat Court Kqaai
"THE SUN DO MOVE,"
And .o dn A.hryllle Th. irral ""
.act la now bclna- parfmnied by all awiulnr
fmalnia. men oi in. ,
IKTHRHITH. Brer man baa hi. achniif
...A k. I. u u Im mnat eaiM-a tu not unwlll'
Inaeara. W. don't mind lellmn yon that our
.Hem. la to acll all Ul. land and In.nre all
aha nrnnart. w. can. larfore "The Koli'na
Nit Again." W.bavc luat iHn apraiintril
k. ivi.i wiiaiiilnnavlvania I'irr
luaurane Co., and w. want you to In.nrt
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Xooina Ik 10, McAfee Block
H Patton Aw., AehrM. t C.
Who ToW You So?
W. T. Crawford stive thnt II 0. Itwurt
told him tliut lie heurd Jim Guiltier Hay that
Hob Viince told hint thut Kopc HIIuh ht'iinl
thHt there wn no diiuht 'hut W. W Rollins
suit! th'it Turn Johnston thotiKht thut Rob
Klirninn had told SitlinK Hull thut Buffalo
Hill had dtcliin d In .1 II. Courtney thut It
whh ircneritlly believed thut Won Reynolds
Uud said in pluin terms that he heard Jnck
Wnrley auy that III friend Ji'hu I.. Sullivan
bud auid thnt Hill 1 Haver iuiormrd him ut
the cnnfnvHxionnl convention In thin eity that
it wan u well known fiict thnt the Hotis--
keeper.' I'nion had ctiuiilit tiin. Cliniiiniin In
anyina- that in hi opinion it wn. n matter 1 1'
fact and of area-, public interrst thut .1. J
Mackey Intlmnted to J l.owrv that Hill
Nyc hud .aid while mtctiditiK the couiityion.
veution hint Saturday thut anyone caught
rcHilinii Una Hhall repair ut once to the sum
nf A. O. Ctl'H'liR, North Court Siiiiarc, and
iniect hi. inummoth atock oi all kinds of
('roccries, Proviaiona, (kc, where nrrnnia--menu
huve lieen mntle ti furnish yon nil
kinda of HIM pic uml I'ancy I'.rnccrica of the
Meat .nullity nt the Lowest Pries.
W.A.Blaih. J. V. Bkown
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friendH ami the pub
lie generally to eall and ex
amine our vell selected stock
Which we are offeringnt rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special featui-e. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night (55.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Improved and unimproved rralcatMtcboth
imalnena and naldrncr nmiicrty; ny kind,
any price. In an iart nf theclty. PAKMI.NO
Nt MININO LANim.
a honaca rooma. 3 houata 7 roinna, I
houat 1 nMima. I bouae 1 1 room.. I bouae
.jr.Mim.furnl.hfd Wantrd-aefcrnl rooma
for ircatlrmcii near auare.
I mnke a arctoUT d renting irorrtv and
collcctlim rcnia. If yon arc luomnu ior a
boiiM. conault my hulkiln If you' ""
ta vacant and you wnnl a troont. Hat It with
r Nn tenant, no chnrr.
C. F. RAY,
Real lialHte Agent.
Real Estate Brokers,
And lutreattucnt Agent.
Lonna at urely placH at per cat.
114 A an i-atton
A. mm Kccond oor.
AKTIII KJ. WILLI.
a Patton A vrnut.
Nfit IMC hulld a
I1 II llolAA.
t form.rtr of Lyiaan a Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
mrlctlyo Brokerage BuatneM
Loana awn rely idncw at Ptr ton.
TUK KUVITABL8 LIPU
Au .....tt0T.1A0.IWKI I
U. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Aabevlll., N. C.
ua-ll nata Mala atrtH. M
ITOAL PALU'E !
It in thr m'k nowii dn'i. continuou iiUriu'Ui.n
til' Ashfvllle. New wondn luivf hern dully r-
rlvinu till .tir iivnluihh' npiire ht lukon mm
nuw the lnri nturt- iircurntu tin pv,'ri,,K't'
of iin tihnimt t nilb-tio -t-ii ni i-'irn 'Mihwi. tllin
ware, Lininw, IIuiihc I'limishinK timtdfi, r.
The Ht'WiBl tleii"
anl 11k- ntuHt hI.vHkIi
KomU w 111 ill wu vhIk
fun tl In our turr.
Th- m-h mntinueH
withtm I?' trv !
iKi.tnliulh invitnl hi
vin.t u nml th'
'I hone whti rtnitc on
ly m i".k 'l
lii ire (ur iitKk wi'l
ii :vt. nti- ilu
Mimr' coiirU'tiu- t
i, mi. 1. 1 iin tlmst
in ikiim pnrthnw
': he l-ili'n iitlkniK
ri..lu n TV ill r Hl
on t will ii r rive tli'
we k. t "II '"" li
them. Turv nre -uii
in Intertrit you
v.Hhiiii! like it t'vrr
si n in r ity.
ft tint mill neeine
your t'hi'iftinn ami
wrdilniK iirciuntii while the ntoek m inh ami
new We hnvr knoikeil the ' oltom out ol
hih nrU-w uml lire ueknowleilKfl to l-v the
itatiertt in our line.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Croikerv, I'.lnmiwarr. Lump. Hoii-m- I'umWi
iPK. etc., etc.
41 PATTON AVE.
T. C. SMITH & CO..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
11 BI.IC SQl MKi:
Aslicvl.le, - N. C.
We ak HMrial attention
or Men iiihI no.vK.niul Vni
f nil jrriuleH for Lailii'H, Misn-
et iiikI Cliilili-en.
One priee H.vntein.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wi'iipn, SlioeH. Dr.v
Htory (ioouh, Hat,
79 PATTON AVIv.
oW!LKIE X ATKINS.
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wliolcnitle I'rull Dealer
Nil. IS I'ATTIIN AVK., AllltVH.I.B.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRAOE.
We ha. cnnalamly on hand In our rrlall
deimrlmrnl all Ih. dellea.-lea of Ihr aeaaon, la
cholet Prulla, nn. Cnn.lba and fancy Cakes
Mnrelallat In Trentlna
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS,
time. Hours i V a nt. tu II p m.
No. 9 North Main direct.
coaai tTATina si sitariM.iau miaa.
Invalid Ladles Waited on at their Monies.
CBI.IIIIHATnU "NttWM AN NUIIVK TON
IC" ON HALB.
yiNTBM BOA It II.
Warm eommrlnnle foe. me, ansae nearly fttr.
al'beili atHid ulihi. Tarot. reaaoaalik. Ila
.tmt.ae.l-.. M. . t , M,TflMi,
j.lyl addra 81 Paltoa Ay.e
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
A PASSENGER TRAIN PLUNGES
THROUGH A TRESTLE
I.OII AIII.V T1CM DK.tTHHWII.I.
IK TUK RICHI'l.T.
S.M.UM. Ori'Ktiii, Ni'V. til. An ovi'iland
I'milii' trnin, mititli liounil, last niRlit
went thmuK" the n irth cml of the lonjj
ticailc nvcr Lake Luliish, iiliotit five
niilia from Salem, Thetreatle must liavi
(iven awav is anon as the engine struck
it, anil train m nil 'visile went tlown tn
uetlicr Thr 'limine jhii overturnt'il nnrl
!i i!f lmri' ii in tin- mm, and following;
this were lender, nnil, baoae and ex.
press ears, anil Kmokinear and tourist
slct'lier. All were lirnken to pieces.
Kii"inecr Mi l'adiU n, I;irenian Tim Mc
Neill and an unknown man were killed.
Nearly nil of one hundred persons on
the train were more or less injured, some
J ii hub Mcdany, I'liitcil States marshal
ol Tilth, it is feared will die from his in
juries. Cnpt.Jaek Crawford, I he scout, was
lr. Ilaminel iiuil wife, of Philadelphia,
who were returninn from a trip n-1 'ind
the world, were lioih injured ohm." the
It is prolmlilc the deaths will run up to
ten ns many of the injured arc badly
IH'IhHh ciftlie New nincovery of A
Cure for Cniaauniptton,
Hi hi. in, Nov. 11 In accordance with
his sluleinenl that lie desires neither ma
terial ndvantnc1' "l,r eeuiiiary reward
for his discovery ot a mcthotl for the cure
ol cousuiiiptioii, t'rofcssnr Kock will in
two or three days publish a full account
ol his resenrclies in connection with the
The Frantorl Zeituii" atliims that the
Ivmph used for iiiiK-ulatiuK the puluiits
will be within the reach of nil and that it
will cost only twenty-five marks lorn
small vial. The success of the treat incut
is icrtniii in tuliercular ullcctiniis of the
skin, joints and bones and also in the
..arlv ataca of pulinimary enmpliiiuts.
The lymph destroys the tulK-rculnr bncil-
lus. Several am horities confirm the re
port ol the cure bv ilr. KiK'h's method .'.I
a case nf lupus on t lie laic uud arms with
in live days. Tl.c lymph throws off the
liueillus nv the necrotic process.
I'.iuneror ilham h.is stnnmoncil I'ro-
fesaor Koch to an interview, in order to
iK'rsoiinllv lenrn the results that have
'Ht-n obtaincu trom the new constimi-
A l-'rankfort lelci-rnm to the Merlin
Cost snys that thr rmwror hat made n
iKTHonal u ut ol .'.iii,iiipii to rroicssoi
kiH-h mid nnother ol the same amount to
endow n national institute lor the pro
duction ol the lymph used ill Koch s pro
cess. The Ivmnll la descrilied ns a transpa
rent, yellowish lluiil. linviiiKasliuhlsmell
ol em bolic neid. The patient who was
cured nf lupus was n um of sixteen venrs.
The iliKtots who knew ill Hie ease were
deeply inn rested in the wonderful nnd
siNTCiiy results oi tnc ireaimem. .
It Cloaea Weaker with Decline In
Nkw Vokk. Xov. 13. The North River
slate bank did not okii its doors and re
siiiiic business this inorniiig us exKvted
it would. The e.iahier stated that, nl
though the bank officials felt sure it would
pull through ull right, ilcould not resume
business for several unys tu come.
1 1 a. M. The stock market this morn
ing felt the influence of the auaicnsion ot
the North River bank and disclosures In
rrunrd lo the North American company
and the first prices showed a reversal of
the confident tone of Inst evening, being
generally large Irnctiont lower. A Hood
of North American stock was poured
in h in the market nnd sales were
made nil the way from 111 down to 7
Louisville c ."vnslmllc ami iii.irn s sym
luiiliiied with the movement. North
Amencnn rniuen to ricven mm hp u.
I. Inn market was airmmrr the slinks
, I ,.
which were weak rallied and ninde an
nilviince. At 1 1 o'clock the market was
,1,-iive nnd atroiiif.
Alter 11 o clock the market necnint
weaker nnil lost nnrl of the advance, the
nrineinal ilivlmes being ill Villards mill
tirangcr. The selling was largely due to
the rcKirts ol the emonrrnssru conuition
of the .North American, me Lonnon
mnrkrl c owl linn nml Slightly Higher
New York, taking nil the stock offered
THI'K Mil l. RKTt'RNF.n.
R, N. O'llrlvn indicted for Mall'
clonals inlurlnii HrlncefJeorsje
Muntmkai., Nov. l:l. The irrunil jury
vesterilnv reiiilcred n true bill against R
N. O'llrtrii for "wickedly mill maliciously
liiteiulina to iniiirr. villify nnd tireludice
his roviil highiiesa Prince George of
vvl, hv aeni linu- Inmi Here on Sept
l'i, Inst, n dispatch which nlleged that
I'rince iiroigc, who was then in Mon
treal, liml Ikcii arrested lor participating
111 m si reel row. U'llricn pleaded not
guilty, nnd Ins trim was tixca lor Mon
A Commercial Man Mnlcld.
Ciiahlottk. M. t., Mv. la. waiter
M. Hester, of Winston, traveling for I
PiiiibI Hi Hon. Ilnltiitmre. commllted sui
cide yestcnlnv on a trnin nenr Kcmers
title bv shooting himself through the
hcud. ' Melnnehiilin Is assigned as the
An Atwliinnienl In Richmond
Kicmmimo, Vh., No. 13. Henry H
Met er, n rtrr roods dealer, assigned yet.
t.rrlnv. Liabilities $70.(100. nsaets un
known. Among the prefered creditor!
is Knmuel Bnlilerly, ol New York, for
HMJ RAILWAY COHBINR,
It May toe Rronitht Atoout, tiuuld
San Fkancisco, Nov. 13. C. I'. Htint-
inton, president of the Southern Pacific
railroad, said to-duy he though the re
port that Gould had obtained control of
the t'nion Pacific plausible.
'II Gould assumes the presidency of the
Union Pacific does thnt mean progress
toward a big combination that shall in-
lude the Southern Pacific, Union Pacific
nd Missouri Pacific roads and Atchi
son?" was asked of Mr, HuntiiiKton. He
l am in lavnr ot consolidation, unci
haveKone so farnstooflertocnnsolidutc.
told the Atchison people 1 was wiIIiiil;
to combine all our resjicctive projiertics
nd let them tleculc on u name lor the
lint comiinny. The Atchison pcuplclmvc
not accepted the proposition, and I can
not say if they will."
rilURMAX AND ChEVELAXI)
GRKAT DAV FOR A
he Kx-PreHldeiil and the "Uld
Konian'i Have a Talk A itenro
Hentatlve unlherlnic of the Faith,
ful at ColumhuH.
CoLI'Miil'S, Ohio, Nov. 1H. The eity is
lecked out with flags, buutiiiK nnd llow-
rs in honor of the 77ili nnnivcrsnry of
the birth of Judge Thiirmnn, and eachin-
oming train brings prominent dcino-
rnts who come to testify their affection
and resiect. At the armory this evening
me thousand guests, representing tnc
blest men in the democratic parly will
Mr. Lleveiunil came in lo-iiay on an
irly train nud is the gutsl ol l',ov.
nmplwll nt the executive mansion. Mr.
levclnnd and Senator Calvin Hrice
called on Thurmnn in the forenoon. The
Old Koinun was telling remarkably well
nd told the ex-prcsnlcnl lie Iiimk-iI still
lo wenther a few more years.
Hut," said he, "I have lived long
enough to find myself more than appre
ciated hv the many kind friends ho
have remembered tnc on this day and no
cars could mill to the wnriul'i ol the
iiigr.ilulutiiilis which tliey haveshnw-
eren upon me.
Mr. Cleveland assured Indge Thiiruian
that the greetings ol this ilav, which
ameliom all quarters ol tile couniry.
ere but the spontaneous cprcssiuu ol
uratclul ncoole towaril one wliosr
proved and unr.werving career had won
r nun alike the veneration ol ins pariv
nd the admiration of Ihc nation.
We hone, ludire." sinil Mr. Clevelnnd,
that you may yet lie spared many years
f usefulness to sec the fullest fruition ol
mr doctrines nnd your teachings.
He has i.oofi More Volet. Than
The official count in Macon county
hows the f dlowing democratic majori
ties: Craw lord, l'JM; J. r. Kny, legisla
ture, 152; Ins. Candler, sheriff, 21; S. I..
oi;ers. clerk superior court, ,'1:15; J. S.
Sloun.reKisterofdecds,271; C. W. Single,
surveyor, 25(1; R. A. Wood, coroner, 2-MI;
co. A. Jones, solicitor, 3UU; ludicml
The Asheville uemocral gives me loi-
lowiug majorities in the district :
1 1 ."
This with the result in Mncon
Craw lord a majority of 1 OHM.
MOt'TH DAKOTA DKMOCKATIC.
And It Will Have A Democratic
Pikmnii, S. I)., Nov. 13. Ill many of
the counties the election on nieiiilK-rs ol
the legislature has been so close that the
official cnnviiss is necessary to determine
u-lw, -n. elected. Lorncteil returns nnve
been received from about nil the counties
in fliuibt nnd it is Ik vnnil oiiesliou tliat
the legislature is lost in both branches to
the republicans. The House will probu-
ilv give tour minority ior tnc iicmocrni-
ifMndcnrndent-fuaiomsts, while the
Semite will have not less than three, giv
ing them a majority of seven on .limit
ballot to elect a Uniletl Mines senator.
AM APPKAL FOR A I II,
Nr. fC, I., Hnnnlcatl Necdit Money
Mr. E. I.. Hunnicult who went to New
York some time ago to take his little
Jnll.,l,i., ujltof ana bitten bv a mml doff.
for treatment uppenn to me ieopie oi
Asheville for pecuniary aid.
Mr. Htinnicutt it in New York himself
and his dnughter is undergoing the trait-
ment nt Pasteur institute, lie snys ne
u mnaiiHitlv kept with his diiuuhicr and
ennnnt do niivlliimz in the way of milk
ing expenses, lie will urea nnout .ni
to meet the nccrssnry exicnscs nnd asks
aoulhernera Meet at Charlotte for
Ciiamlottk, N. C, Nov, 13. 1'ifly
representative manufacturers, nf thr south
held a meeting in the hall nf the chnmhc
of commerce Inst evening with the doors
closed. Their object Is not tlinroiiglily
umlei stood, but the general impression
is that thcv Intend to formulate a hnsis
ol prices nnd to conlcr with railroad au
thorities regarding alleged exorbitant
TOO RAD I
Ida-all Not to be Defeated Thla
Atchison Knn.. Nov. 13. W. I. Iluch-
anuii, chairman republican state central
ot L.im no rlnubt Inonlls will lie re.
elected. I could, wen I so inclined, give
the names of the men who will vote for
nd elect him."
TORPEDO CRUISER Sl'NK.
host uk iii:k OI-l'ICKKH ANII
HrltlHli veHHel "Merpenl" atrlkea a
Rock, Hllden oiT Into Deep Wil
ier and Founders).
Liiniion, Nov. Ul. Thelliitish torieilu
cruiser Serent was lost in a storm Mon
dny while attempting to get Into either
Corunnn or Vijfh lor repairs.
The disnstcr occurred at 1 1 o'clock lit
night. A heavy storm was prevailing
nd the night was densely black. hen
he Serpent struck her keel was torn oil
and n great hole stove in her bottom.
She slipped oil' the rocks into deep water
nd immediately loundereil.
The nuiioiitv of the officers mid crew-
were below when the vessels struck, and
he sank so quickly nttcnviird that none
f them had time to reach the deck.
The disaster was so suililcii una com
plete that it was impossible for t hose on
leek to get n small limit mm tnc water.
he lime between the sinning
nnd the sinking ot the vessel was
i short that nearly nil on lioanl went
lown without making n sign.
Three sailors who mani gcil to reaeii
the shore near Camarmas were badly
cut and bruised by licing thrown by tin
sens nguinst the rocks, und when they
renched the lunil they were cxnniisieu ov
Thcv were inkcn to
The admiralty will hoi I nn investiga
tion into the circumstances attending
the loss of the Scrpeut. nnd the surviveri
will be called upon to give theirevidenccs.
The yucen bus rciieiiicilly telegraphed
asking tor information regarding the dis
aster und expressing her sympathy with
the families of the officers and crew
ho lost their lives. It is olhcmllv stnteri
thnt the Serpent hud become partially
distillled in Hie Hurricane ami iniit u wns
necessary lor her to repair More pro
ceeding on her voyage. Her command
ing nthcer tberclore decided to put into
oruiina or igo.
I.ATI-H. The Scriient was lost twenty
miles north of Ciqie Pinislerre. Spain,
(lilt of n total of -'.'0 souls nn board only
three were saved.
Corner Hlone Laid at Durham
IH'kiiam.N. C, Nov. 11. The program
f thecereiuonies for laying the corner
stone ol Trinity college was carried out
11 full nnd siieccsslully here to day. The
procession tormcd on .Mam street at
2.30 p. m. nnd wns coniioseil of the
liurhnm light infnniry, the fire compa
nies, schools, lonncco iioiirti oi iriine.
oinmonwenlihcliib. Kuightsol Pythias.
Odd l-ellows. Knights Teniplar. l.rand
,odge ol Masons, and lastly llic building
iniiuittee anil siteakcr.
The lnvint of lliecoriier-slone was con-
uclcd bv lirand Master S. II. Smith, ol
Winston, und ut the conclusion Missl.llla
nrr, ns areprcsenlntiveoiiiie.Mcinouist
cmule Seminary, placed a garland ol
im era in l he coruer-SlollC Willi appro-
iriate remnrks. The sicakers. (iencrnl
kolH-rt It. Vnncc. ol lluncoinlie county,
nnd ex-dovernor jarvis, cnlcrtiiined the
list crowd Willi itnnrcsscs uppropruiie
o the intcresling occasion.
W. Duke eave the handsome sum oi
$S.-.0IM to this institution, provided it
should lie removed to Diirhnm. The
mount wns supplemented by I. h. Cnrr,
with u site valued at $''ii,ll0il, and the
ilizcnsnl liurhnm with u subscription ol
$15.1100, so the success of the institution
is assured. Ki.-lunoiid Dispatch.
The Inlei-HlHte convention,
r.lHTim Tim Citizkn: Asa citizen in
terested in every thing that redounds to
the proscritv ol Asheville I beg to ex
press to ym niv iippreciution of the
ocnrtv endfirsement you have given tin
mnniittec npHiinteil to prepare and
nuike reudy for the reception ol the grand
assemble to meet here on the 17th ol
next month. This committee has a big
job la-lore them, hut,! know tliey they win
not fail to have Asheville in ordei
when thcv nriive, livery owner of a
house must hold themselves in reninuess,
I need he. to lake Irom two to six ol
theae visitors. Thcv w ill not come nsk
Inu eiitcriniiiment without charge, ns I
nin informed, and so no good citizen will
refuse to give them the very best lie mis
in bis sh. in. I enclose ten dollars to the
committee, wnicn vou win sonny niiiiu
to them, uud wneii they nccil more sny
so, and I nm ready to give three times ns
much when nil our goon ciio.cna inn nut,
line, ns I know they will. Asheville hns
never foiled upthis writing, mid I know
she will not now.
CoiutiiK Here at once.
Mnj. W. V. Rollins, collector of inter
nal revenue, snys thnt he will commence
movitnr his office ciiuipmcnlsfroni Stntcs
ville to thiscitv Saturday. It will take
about ii week lor him to get fully estab
lished in Ins new quarters on .Norm .Main
AITA1KS Ol-' COXSlifjl liSCli.
John Slullmmi, a veteran of the
1H12, dieil ill Pcnnsy vaniii.
The Irish delegates sny they came tn
America "lor a lighting, not ii lamine,
"SupiHirts of Sieiikcr Reed arc blaming
OCVICIitl ,,o,mv ,,,,. ... ...
Some nostoffice clerks have been dis
missed in New York lor not contributing
to campaign tiuuls.
The marine hospital service is taking
active measures to prevent the landing
ol lccrs at New Orleans.
The rrmiiins nf the lute Mn jor-ticncrnl
Crook have been removed Irntn Oakland
Mil., to Washington lor interment ut Ar
The well-known prize herd of llerkalii
hogs owned by M. K, I 'lice Xi Son, of Os
kaloosii, Iowa, bus hern nearly destroyed
The president is busily engaged in writ
inu his nniiuul messiiue, and lor this rea
son will lie iinnble to nccomnnnv Mrs,
Harrison to Indianapolis, whither she
goes this week.
Mr. T. V. Powdcrly mailt bis annual
address as master workman to the gen
eral asenililv of the Knights nf Labor at
Denver. Cof., vesterdny, Referring to the
New York Central strike, he said if the
I organization could be kept up until the
world's fair the company could refuse
' no just concession.
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ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY 8URE AND
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CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
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D1KUI..ONB PUR USB.
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