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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 189.
AVE THANK YOU
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1890.
A place planned and devel
lifJC iw a
.Situated in t he
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth-
fulnesH and beauty of
n elevation of ...HO" feet,
if ia hwnir laid out with
a V ' " r-
1HU and Hkill, with well
ii ..wiu niwl extensive
I 111 l' I I wuiw -
Por your liberal patronage In the pint, and
are trying to make ouraclve. more worthy la
the rutura. Never before have we had inch
an excellent tock to .elect .from, having In
created It wonderfully, especially in Pine
nAm rf r iiwin make price, low. In
eurm dai A ni?
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
AN ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT.
Ncwspapera Must Have Thai or XHK .it; MX RAIiKH AROUND
No Alliance Meaner.. ,..ITED IRELAND
Sankork, Flo., Dec. 12. Premdent I'oik
ot the national Farmer' alliance nm paper luaned lo Counu Faraein
facttW.toch.ctH.Uc with ., and we to boaatln thi. w nttag that
Chri.tmB. opening ha. been going on
alnc the lirat, and will c--mimic up to tne
mmlni nfHanta Clau.. We do not Intend
we eacel wnjr
MB. FRANK'S RE-APPORTIONMENT
BILL TO BE REPORTED.
AN INTEREBTING DIBCIBBION
Dec. 12 The rcappor-
m. la the world, but will kindly a.k yon
hare found iomt trouble with the oetterciaw 1 1 - vilU nm m the dl.pluy or nnc
of trade on icou.t of low price.. We admit good, in our chin, palace, and then we ore
. . , l. ! ". ? J ... Th. WASIIINOTON,
w. rely upon tn. gooo ,uo,o... "--"---"" ,,l 35B member of the houae l represn
muKi to au.taln ua. Remember, we guar-1 .uecial brand, of china are llavllnnd ,..:. a originally proposed by Mr.
ticl. .old. and If not a. rcp.-e- Co.. l-lmogc. & Carl.bnd. We append a f Missouri, wai favorably acted
nud. r doe. not ... y... enti aalt-fac- u.. Tea u M to no on by the house com.nitttec : on the eu.
.. .... . -,, u d we I It to 138 p.- HHmcr aei.....s."" cus uno win . ..
wv ' - I in to 1 J 1 Toilet tn $il.7B to sao.oo . to-morrow by Chairman lirumen.
1.. .. .. ... i..-. ...... l.a.k vnur muncv or I . . . -j Uftc lo 2.DO 1 i 1.
Momuuww -i-nup-- I TV,- nrfvument to rewir. ur
. . . - -,.w. ii no to 1 wai unmumous aiinumiii ...
..aw ' nnc .r - - T:im,. .rvrH
iui nn. i tin lined cast in. i man anu vir. ""'" '
riht to vote for a different num-
Flne Jup I'latea, nicely decorated only a.M) thnn 35fli The ony v)te tnken wn
H,rjnl, cream Pitcher., only tu e.uh. on n motion made by Mr. Ho man to
u .. mentlonlns many other f.. the numlicr at 3.1'J and it found no
kM a two-horae wagon for delivering ro- . . hl h ... WU kindly .how you r,,inj Tillman ia ill favor of a houe
eerie. I. large Int. and for our drain and when you yl.lt u. "l0 l" ' coinpoaed of 500 or fitlO mcmlKrt and n
named Friday, Feb. 6. 1891. and Wash-
niiton, D. C, as the time and place for
holding; a meeting of the national legis
lative council, which is comKsed of the
national president and all the state
An inioortnnt action tnken during tne
losing momeuta of the late convention,
closing momeuiaui mi-mis (."v..v., ,M iv I em oeture to can m unini o i
. .C. ,l,niin of n rcao ution with Parnell edition of that paper would be I
" ,, ,,. 1. ... . . rr . r . l. v I i.i . .L. a I .
rclcrence to tne supiKri oi ail alliances, i (.sued to-day irom tne omcc oi mc 1 mn. r ana inspect me hiic.i u fm
will cheerfully give you back your money or
nnythlng we huve In eichange. we aecp
moat everything In the (irocery and I'rovl.-
lon line. Including Oram ana rem, ana woi
lie glad to have your trade We delivet good,
free of charge to any part of the city, and
The poller of the alliance will be to witn-1 1- p Di Sullivan's paper, steps were
old all support irom tne ncwB.:r. i:Mrtionnoainst the
which do not conduct an alliance - - -
department, or nt least pulilisli I Nation's puunsner.
alliance new. reKj. . inccounKi."wi"lv i"bj
not compel the support of the reBtraining the publisher of the Nation
Lin their editorial columns, but dies com- Notwith.tnndmg the
iel a certain degree oi incnannraa on writ, nu""", mrninff T
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Buunrc, comer Main and Co
cat in the city. All we a.k I
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
IINIIKH : GRAND : OI'EKA : Itnunc.
senate of six mcmliers from each stute, and
...in ..,nt.l,1, nuike a .iieech ill suniMirt
of his views, when tterenppointment bill
-..- n Mr mud. a stroni: speech in
committee when the mntter was under
discussion and the members any in. re
marks will certainly be interesting.
The bill will be brought up in the house
nt an early day. If the claims of New
York city or urooaiyn, w n...
the census, should be favorably acted
upon, the-house will be increased by the
neixssary additional representation.
it... n.i:n thr innrnnl the houne to
day went into committee of the whole
on the private cnicnuur,
Mr. George spoke lor four hours against
the elections bin.
i tb. ITniird Slates Scnnte. Mr. linw
. .. . . ... evintroc need n bill o neniieiuc line
A llfHirablO Uiat'e IUI uu .mmkIb suitable lor nOllUU ... m. tne nrmv and increase itsethciency.
" . in. rinitrillV IKHMin. ilio unci- - ... t..:i.A
- ... ii. ii i.. .,,.i I " " Th. muili ienn senutors iiicnucu.mu
.,i,i lvoiininir i mw ... nuti I . - .... ,
. . i I44.IIU IH.UUIHB - . I , n... thp Innv Dill, anu oennt"i
IttHldeilveH anU r fVninli TmVH. Il. ..aUv hofm-o hpon OII eX- Ho,.'? admitted that the measure is dead.
tin oaM"l,v " i. ;. &rr.l nn money wil be appropri
ated lor public buildings at this session
of congress, owing to inc cx.iu -v..
1'residrnt Harrison issaintonavemaoc
a iiersonnl apwnl to republican senators
to pass tne lorce oni on ure k,- -
the party leaner are picugm
i iiu. Hnuie. Mr. Taylor, oi milium
an nmemlment to tne tin
..I...- m ....iIh ni the tnrin uiii. i ne
1 !..... MmmiiiH on that subiect has
igrced on a bill to regulate imuugruwuu.
While our stock m largely
composed of the usuful arti
cIph nmled in Housekeepinp;,
i,..to urtinPvnrvTirettvl Kvervhodv to see our stock
A good opportunity
LIKVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO
Lluvllle, Mitchell Co,
THE POPUUR tHOPPIHQ PLACE,
Joreltle.for the Holiday..
Make, a .pecUlty of 8Hk.
Wool, Linen and Cotton Ma
Scrlala for Art Bmbroldery.
Wrap, for Ladle., Ml.e. and
Children, t'nderwear for l.a
Olc Mliar., Men and Boy..
A lull line of RuiKrior Urj
- II .1.1. 4 li KHQQH
rancy muu:.. , hiWltinn in Asheville.-Quali-
f or Fire Sets, mass aiuih-uuo,
Fancy Hearth and Dust uy par excellence the best.
Brushes, &c. We would like
u,u ' .. r. -..JAsHortmentluiire and
you to see tliem we nave
also a large assortment of ried T c, SMITH & CO.,
Vina Turtle I.ninnH. that we
... ui-1 Drmrtrists'. Public
are onenng b
t UE8 to make room lor otner ite rourt owt!.
M . I IFI
lo-nnHrt more in our line. 11
vou want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Tavlor. Bouli Jk Bromenun.
43 Patton Ave., under Orand Opera Honae.
will get there. We bet on Old Zeb a. belug
the beat Klonr In town. We have lu.t receiv
ed a freah lot of
KE6 AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
HAKUl liHU M aHa
17 South WsUn Street,
Comraenta In Mr, O'Drlen'a r-1
per Bulged by the Irian Ex-Leader.
Dublin, Dec. 12. It coming to the
knowledge of Mr. Cleary, who was ap
pointed editor of United Ireland by Dar
nell, and other Parncllites, tnat an ami-
PRICE 5 CENTS.
J. S. GRANT, PH. L
Of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
24 south Main Street. M
Iteforv (turchasingyourCbristmat Pres-
complete line of Toilet Article in this
city. We undoubtedly have just what
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
It ia our desire in the future to confine
incir ian, aim uinouniw ...-."-- ....... ..rl - u--i .
hovcott of all the newspaper which do contains an urticle written by Mr. boo ouraeis strktly to the Orug business.
not come un to the term ol the rewilu- kin, who was acting editor oi the paper
lion during the absence of O'Brien in the Uui- Wt wm therefore dispose of our entire
1ES A FARMER SENATOR.
WADE HAMPTON DEFEATED
IN KOI'TH CAROLINA.
HlKBUCceaarul Rival la J. M. Irby,
an Ardent Admirer of Governor
Coi.i miua. S. C. Dec. 12. On the
. .,. . I .la.nnsu.rl trfim 1
tea oiavea, uuo wuo wu. "M I , . M h, ,,,,
position by I'arneii. inc anm i io m wis - -j
IS auorcaKU in " f'- " i lv ,.!
to "every true lover of Ireland the world "".'
over and aeclarcs tnat inc aoic uniu-
. I. I, .. .II n l.r. m r,,h And
that home rule is impossible under Par- The finest and most complete stock of
so Coynes, Toilet Waters, Bracts. Pace
regular office. It quote, a legal opinion powden and bigh graHe Soaps at
justifying the seuurc of thepaper by I ar- , DW
na.ll 1 lwKAl 1 A x JxilltiUIv .
I a . 1 1 1 . : I. .nma. nt ft ftTI-
fourth ballot in the joint s.io0 j. L. M. JJJZm
Irbv was elected United States senator I jfjven to Kings' Bridge railway station
, ,i.ml Wnrfr Hamilton. The vote I t.,.Hnv it lieincr the intention to load
stood. Irby 105, Donaldson 10, Hamp- them on the train for distribution m 1 0,eirereo' free of charge to any part of
ton2. K.iJ....in'two men. one of whom e citr. GRANTS PHARMACY.
"V v..v . . . a 1 1 I
John Lauren. Manning I by was born Jfflr:rr
Prescriptions filled at all hours Goods
If you want a handsome pair of cut
at Laurens, S. C, Sept. 10, 1854. He ,pranB upon the vehicle and compelled I
. . , : . r 1,: hh i .i i.t.. u u,i, hi, nnn roLor
attennea tne i'niver.iiv oi num. int onwr iu n - v ;:. ,,., r.u - . ..-..n,(l
afterward. Princeton. Leaving there he Island bridge. When the, .rnd at tte Uas. Bottles for a Christmas present call
read law for three yearn under Judge Mc " '"""U", , rf. " at GRANTS PHARMACY. Bottlcsrang-
ing in price from One to Filleen dollars
Ivr lint nrncticed his Drofcssion only
two years; since then he nns remea on
his plantation ani tnrmed tuccesaiuiiy
near Lauren. lie took part in the mem
orable Hampton enmpaign of '76. When
he entered politics lour years ago ne ui
THE COMING CONVENTION.
How It ia Reicarded and Djr a
Good Antnorltv In Ralelgn.
r .L. unlnl Phrnnicleof the lltb
....... . - , , ' ' . l riuiri nit nini"
once became a prominent leader, at the . . iM.nre.
SSSr ' m"Cy'
cause of the farmers' movement at its in f next week. It is a pleasure to know I pugMACY is the place to go to get it
ception and Was an anient admirer oi tlmt it hui iuch cord,ai endorsement ano
unman. I :,:nn ,rnm ne an comnetent to
POLITICAL INTIMIDATION. judge a is Thk Citukn's intelligent
friend of the Chronicle :
The Attorney General of Montn I Th wi hed at Asheville, on the
Carolina lobe Arrealcd. 1 ,7.1, nnd 19th ot this month, a great
If you want a first-class Huirhrush for
All kinds of Tooth Hi ushes, Bath llrusbes,
Hath Gloves, Sponges, etc.
BON MARCHE. wfilNn RMS..
a.ih Main 8treetSO UUII I .fill-' Raiiww.j
UR81ST VARIETY, BEST GOODS
THE LOWEST PRICES.
22 SOUTH "AW STREET, ASHEVILLE, H. C.
anr I d
Real Estate Bronere,
And Inveatmcnt Agents.
Loan, m urely placed at S per cent.
1 a m Patton Avenue Second floor.
AOAINMT THE ELECTION BILL.
- . . it
Washington. Dec. 12.-In tlie senate
tnlnr Mr. McPherson pnsentca num
erous" remonstrnnces from the state of
New Jersey, against the panK" ,ne
election bill. House hills for ' public
buildings at Keidsvillc,N.C..andChark-
ton. 5. L., were reponeo one. j
without amendment and placed on the
Mr. Plumb s resolution ior uuny ni-v-
ings at 10 and for evening session wn
tnken up, and Mr. Jioar rnovcniui...
. t.. inn hv .trikiiiir out the clause
Our Mr. lledwood's recent k"Tftt
purchases in New York show ST
..i .... m thenacreed to witnout acuuie.
some excellent vuiuuo, iu - -
Kult of bt!sfc cash discounts on
goods already low because of
il dull market. Besides a lot
of seasonable thing to wear,
we have a much larger stock
Com Mill A, Dec. 12. A warrant ha I inter state immigration convention, at
1 l u . H.:ti lu. lfirtrt nnd distill
been sworn out bv N. G. Gonsales. a w "- - . " ion. in
newspaper corresKindent, against At
I .... :.u-A o,,n,lflnre. The occasion, in
When your Prescriptions aie com
pounded at GRANTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it that only
ncw.puper eurraiiunum., -- 1 vjew that representative men 01 u 1
torney Genernl C. J. Pope, for violation wutn nre authorised or invited to par-1 the purest and best Drugs and Lftciro-
of section 2552 general stati.tic. tKipnU , in tne - -. UK(lthM tbcy wm
which provide, that "whoever W ."Vver ci naled 'in the
assiult or intimidate any rnnmiitude of the interests to be consid-1 """r"'"" 'v ."b.v
ten because ol bis political I ercUl and the grandeur of the obiects to I paarmaclstsand that the price paid
Tliese intereaia anu mt
was not unreasonable.
4 South Main St.
FAILED VOR joo.ooo.
But Itoe Aaaela, All Oood. Amount
Nhw York. Dec. 12.-Tlie firm of Peek,
Mnrtin & Co.. dealers in brick, made an
asignment to-day to George 8. Hamlin
with a preference to the executors 01
iio-1 Ivck for S130.0OO. The linbilitiei
J r . . -t... .'loil rUMl naart.
. . 1 1 01 tne nrm are -
I ..e t.-. nuiilu Tnva 1111(1 1 . unnnnn. The failure wascauaed
1. 11.. 'y.1"1.""' '.LV"'," V..;.iM.rl.
Ill) KlllV UOOUS ueneiuiij, dcliuaue inem . -
HUIIim.y " v , nd v dunl assets smounf
... . ftwm.iHHi nuovc inc intnviiiuni hm-
i'i:.:. Th x:iihi ihni in immune, miv
1 inniieti. y.
. m j:......mi i i,v miiinterni 01 vnnou. sinun, "
ited lH)l'IO(J a llUgtJ "d ,bu wnichcannot immdintely be
ai.. ..r tUt mtliti.nl I ! nlitninrd.
right, an,, orivile. guaranteed to
ciliien 01 tne uwicii own. uy i .- ' u. ;.nnflnl or
tution and laws t hereof, or by the consti- edge of its resources is to be "Pea
tution and laws of this state, or for such interchanged, inducements to , the invest
reason shall discharge such cituen from ment of capitul made c ear, "v,ta''0'0
... .,-h eitiaen the increase of population extended, and
from a rented Jfaou or land, information uo. all those iMi
or other proiKrty.-such person which inurest the investor and theinum
shnll be detmedgu'lty of a misdemeanor grant given with cundid and liberal accu-
inn . on conviction inercoi, ne nncu uu. irncy. .... . t. I
lethan50or more than $1,000. or Kaleig his to have Kgd reore ntn
. 1 . i. .i,,,., hm.mnnihal linn, and the delegate trom here will!
or Z reThan o,r,7rr or boYh." look after the continuance of the main of-
The attorney-genenil nna oncnnrgco 1 nee 01 tne ""'"''""
IS' W nt who had acti ORCHK.TRA rehoani.ED. 4ti doVTH MAIN STREKT.
with tne llll.aeil Doner, anu wn n -
lidate on that ticket for the legislature it la I'nder the LeadereblpofDr.
from Union county. Oarratt,
In discharging Hutter tlie attorney- The A.heville orchestra has been reor-
genernlexpreMedhi. Ptrstinnl rrgret at BBnid unllcT thc leadership of Dr. Gar-
tlieneceiiyioroooiiigan . ..i ' " -r .1.. TriU, Unisonal
Huller tnen wrote to 1 rari, orgniii". -j r
than ever befoi-e. For a lim-
COIlNEIt E AG L1C IU.OCK.
Chrlatmaa PreacnU and Hoi-
Just openetl, comprising
1 1 ... I .IKJ.MI..
Pnneand desired to be inl'ormed of thcCMUrih. The mcmlier ol this orchestra
cause of his discharge. Poie answered: nre: lU?o. R. Collins, W. h. Lollins, it. r .
-..1 ...... i,-.ih iimiwimrn At wriBa? 1 iiujiiu w.isj 1 vriiaiin. nun wi:iiid.'ii. a
of duty to the' people of this state. I be- A. Hull,!!. Doubleduy and T. C. Westall, I nove1t,je8 botllUSCful and Ol'-
. .1 a t. a annlEna ahnll Its- I . . I "
ueve 11 tiue 10 iiH-m mat uuom,k ....... 1 jr.
bestowed upon one who nnsao reeenny 1 xne memoer. are mmiin. hm......
ieopardicdhy his ioliticnl conduct the the band room in tlie court house ana
best interests 01 our wnurc ,w..v. .. ..... . eontcmpiu.c ,.,,, ..
ARTHUR J. WILLS.
W. w. WS.T.
8WYII & WEST,
to Walter B.Owya)
an Patton Avenue.
Neat V M C A hnlld'a.
P O Do. 504.
H. REDWOOD & CO,
7 ft 9 PATTON AVK
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes, Carets and
REFER TO MN OF ASHEVULE
(Pormmy of Lyman a ChUdl.
Office No. 1 Lea;al Block,
. . nrokerace Bualneaa
M.t or Public. conn""""" a... ' 7 . . . .
. , - yajaW I Loan, awnreiy piaom v
FIRE INSURANCE. BOVLINEAlf,
.. coart sxinarw. i
. SMnrclf riaced a
a. A untie II
"THE 5UH UU MUVC choice
Th. great hurtling
EXTRA FINE 8AUSA0I k SPECIALH. BfJRNETTE HOUSE
n. THB SOUTH. Beery man ha. hi. eneme
la to Mil all the land aaa in.r ..t.t.j in Aehevllle.
ln.ar.ae. Co., ana w. a owner'. Ill health. .
MOOUM 9 ft IO, McAfee BIOCE, oak and bck,y.. .nfttrnUhed
WG AUK DAILY UKCEIVINU THE
. - .....aaa. a A A VT t V 1. II.
(HOIt'EHTl'AL.l"OMiA act w rii-
EIUN KUU1TB, FLOIUDA Olf
ANOES, FRESH FH1S, (J.
FIIIKW0KK8, 1'LiAIN AWU p aw
f!Y CANDIES, SILVER HOOK AND
SUGAR TOYS, CRACKERS, uiew-
lNOOUMS.iC.. WE ARESELLINU
TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE AT
KACTORY PRICEH. CALL bAKLil
AND SELECT Y0UU STOCK BE
FORE THE RUHH DE0INH.
WILK1E & ATKINS,
. !1 VATTOa .VS.. .,!.
HAlb OSDSSS WILL SKCS1VS F.O-rr ...
on Patton Ave.. Aahsvlll., N C.
F. A GRACE,
hoaiM only a w u,..".
atd-Two larjt. realdrnce., with .very
.iSuT Vallal latMt .Utlltica. Call for
BIGKLOW ft JONKS,
KBAl. BSTATB AND INVBSTalBNTS.
Boom S hcam biosb, r."
FORMERLY. THE EAQLE HOTEL
Mm. Uti Boutn main biito.
I nm attnriirv-grnrrul. no inilciiendenl
need apply for ollicc, and no such one
will lie knowingly retained in office by
THB INDIAN CAMPAIIJN.
Home conilna In and Bortia uolrtK
Ciiicaiio, Dec. 12.-The following dit
.i..k ha. been received St army head
quarters from Gen. Brooke in command
at Pine Ridge agency, 8. D.:
"Prom reports received I am ol tne
opinion thut Two Strikes and all the
. . . laa Imm Ui nit f
other cmcw are ewiniiiK ,"
river. Short Bull and Kicking Ueur with
a small lollowing oroae aw... ...
back into the Bad Lnnds. Think it likely
they will go north. I have notified all
the troops north nnd west. There was
quite a fight and aome Indian were hurt.
I ihnll try to get them in here, but ther
namental. SjKJcial attention
is called to our lurge stock
nf emhroiderv. silks. zei)h.Vl'8
Drm-IN. Dec. 12.-T1K Westport oonro i
of,HK,r law guardian, have bj jinani- Ij Q, M&
nlOUS VOW anopieu .iwtut o
Ha Has Done Home Wood 'a ,re'
An Ealract Erons the Cincinnati
"Uttfe Nugget will be 'played at the H" materials
Crund oKra house to-nlglit oy iieroert the (nects ol famine in tlie western pan
The Cincinnati En-1 u Ireland.
nnd oe Cawthorne,
"Tlie piece went witn a roar oi muguier
Larking Laal Nlabl.
npiienreo -. '. ;, .... hM. ,ir fuBn.
woulil iiase tne wan. nuwn. v-.. nigniinwun. - , . ....l
siructionoftheplnr admits ol the mosl ,,). bJ fnrce, Larking." The crowd was drCSS trimmiUgH, ClelS,
comical situations Wng introduced. .Thcltn ,Mt was Inrgelr in excess oil
?l"rATr"r nr.:r silks. &c. Wo are
Will. ..in., - - - r ,, njlinOHnnuiui; , n ' i '
of the performance, are thrilling and full . fx)ut much as the av
of genuine interest, ana nre arrange ,., cjtitcn coulJ stana.
.nil effective manner. I
tne i,i . -- - -
The company ia good all the way
THREATEN THK TOWN.
liHi.i.AiHR. 0.. Dec. 13 -A cooper shop
in Bcnwood caught fire this morning and
the Annua soread to sn dwelling nouses,
completely destroying everything in tneir
The town was nt the merer of the fine
until hose companies from tin city and
The loss will lie heavy. The lire, st
last reports, was still spreading.
PREPARING FOR WAR,
well ventilated, warmed by
heater, aad open nr. place.! tahl. .applied
with the beat th. murkct nnoro.. na,
$1.0.0 per da), l.00 to fltl.OO per week,
1110.00 to SB0 oo per monin.
MRS. t. J. BURNETTE.
Warm comfortable rom..fioua. newly far
.iJIZiV'.nod table. Term, rwuooabk. On
tmt car line. ug. t, L. SM ATH BRS,
SIS Patton Av.
(1RAND I.OPUK OFFICES.
Annnal Eleclloa of Ihe Colored
The Ornncl tndife of colored Mason,
which hat been in srwion here for several
A.m elnard Its meeting to-day. It was
decided to hold the next annual meeting
I . V f. TU. Inllnwlnf
St v asiungion, ii. v.. .".-".I,
officers were elected for the next year :
Grand Master ieo. " nniie, new
Senior Warden-J. W. Wright, Dur-
Had No country Conalna.
Mr. Granger "You have seeo all the
tight of the city, I upnose?" Mr. Co-enties.-"t)h
no1 1 live here, you know."
Chance lor the Dnrbam "Globe"
Montkvipko. Dec. 12. Senor Vidul,
minister foreign affair ha relgned.
AFFAIRS OF CONSEQUENCE.
Tlie Brasilian fleet ha sailed from New
York for home,
rM.r W rvlnmnler nv hi financial
" .i i- I ' i.:- i k
unior warden u. w. nose, wneom- trouble began witn a run on nw
J 1 , ... .. , . .!. A.i Anew HJ rani
vnnea Looklna Fo. rronble
Wllta German T
Pabis. Dec. 12,-It Is the Intention of
the government toconstrui t an entrench
ed campat Tout, Department of Meurthe,
on the railway from Paris to ntraanurg.
The defence of the enmp will be in.ta
that It will cnpaiiMj oi r.niB -
strong Ucrman artillery lore.
Lives Laal la a Firs.
w...w Iw 13 The Dorcelain fac
tory at Omielow, owned by Prince Sub.
tacky, wa. destroyed bv firs to-day.
Biaht of th employers in tits factory
loat their lives.
Trenurer-J. D. Morgan, Raleigh.
b.inrv-II. S.Vtavcn. Ooldsboro.
Tvler Mattliew Harvey, Washington.
The dilegntes left for their homes today.
MOT .' N PI.BASANT'
Thai's What a Qaeteee Teieamm
Bays ol Manama.
Biirrhiookr. Que.. Dec la.-Willlnm
Wallace Blanshard wa hanged here this
morning for the murder of Chnrle A.
Uolkin on tne ntn oi nomnwr .oou,
Tk. ..m ui inn wa Derlormed bv and'
rliftV. who also hanged Blrrhnll, and th
whole proceeding wa without snun-
plcassnt incident. , , ,
caused by charge made during th cam
Sir Frederick Prnnklnnd, a descendant
... A- 1 waa atamwl I. NVaw
ol unver wnnnw.il, - - ........
York yesterday to Mim Lnanottc uier-
egs, ol noble Dani.h ancestry,
inmanadn ITIirrtc Lavero, a Spaniard,
who married Mis Cecile Watklns,of Ma
u nnA Manor. Kv.. after s sis weeks
Lnn...lnianw. haa dean-ted her In New
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l orn, ISKIIlg witn uun Irani i V i w,v w-
The freedom ot the city of Edinburgh,
which was recently presented to Mr. Par
nell, ha been withdrawn. Yesterday at
a -wrtina of the municipal council Mr.
Paraeir. name waseraaed from tb list
agent for the celebrated Cen
tcmeri kid gloves; also a
complete line of genuine Fos
ter gloves. Our assortment
of handkerchiefs and aprons
for the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wru pu
for ladies, misses and chil
dren is the largest in the city.
A complete stock of under-
a ... "a if t- '
Mfatfi rtii,raii i raifi a
wear for ladies, misses and
children. Blankets, comforts,
shawls, curtain goods, house
hold linen. Call on ub. Cor-
ner Eagle Block, 40 8. Mob
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