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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI.NO. 201.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devwl-
Situated in tin;
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for huulth
lulneMH and beauty of
An elevation of :l,NOO feet,
It iu being laid out with
tiwto and Hkill, with well
graded romlH and exU'imive
A demrnMe plar ftr Hue
A good opportunity un
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Linvlllet Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
Novcltleafor the Holldr.
Makee a .pedaltj of Hilk,
Wool, Linen and Cotton Ma
terial, for Art Bmbroldcry.
Wrap, for Ladle., Ml.m and
Children. I'nderwcar for I
din, Mlaae., Men and Boy..
A hill line of Superior arj
South Main Street. 30
LARGEST VARIETY, BEST 600DS
THE LOWEST PRICES.
22 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, M. C.
W.LT . OWTS, W. W. WK.T.
GVYN & WEST,
(Successors to Walter B.Owjrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVULE.
Msam securely Placed at S
CommlMionen of Deed.
OFFICROoatHeast Coart SVnjaare.
"THE SUN DO MOYL"
And .0 doe. A.hevllle The ret hii.tllng
net I. now being performed by all genuine
uu.lnca. men 01 tne
OP TUB SOUTH. Beery man ha. hi. scheme
and hi relate. It In mo.f cara to not on will-
Mir ear, we aon-i mm. .cH .....
vhrmt I. to nell all the land and in.ure all
Nc.t A.nTn Weh.v'e Ju.t lieen appointed
aarnt. tor me uiu nnmim i-,,,,.,. .... .
Inauranc. Co., and we want you to Inetire
JUNKS A JUNKS,
MIL IITATC AND INSURANCE.
ttoonta 10, McAfee Block,
an Patton av... apueTiue. n. k..
F. A. GRACE,
r nan madpuc
Will be complete without a
Hupply of our mixed and
plain Candies, new fresh
Nuts, Ratlins, Florida sweet
Oranges, Lemons, Currants,
Citron, Cocoanuts, Mince
Meat, ('aimed Fruits, I (utter,
KggH, Chwse, Coffee, Teas,
Don't forget us when you
are looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
North Court 8iinrv, corner Main hi Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
Fancy Mutch Safes, Brans
Fire Sets, Krass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &v. Wo would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at vtitv low khi-
rui:s to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Rouli & Brotlicrton.
43 Patton Art., under Grand Opera llouac.
will get there. We bet on Old fell a. IxIiik
the beat Plour In town. We have Ju.t receiv
ed a fresh lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and Rive them a trl.l, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Brokers,
And luweatment Agent.
Loan. ae. urely placed at a per cent.
34 ft an Patton Avenue Hccond floor.
2M I'atton Avenue,
Neat V M C A hulld'R. P ) llos(IA4.
( Formerly of Lyman Child ,
Office No. I Legal Block,
Strictly a Brokerage BuilncM
Loans cmrrly plaord at per ctnt.
. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE SAU8A0E A SPECIALTY.
FOR SALE !
A well eatabliahcd builnea. In Aahevillr.
centrnlly located, ilnlnit n ftrat clnaa trade
V, Itlt larae proiue. 1 in. I. in. oe.e uiiK,r.u
nlty now nflcred In thi.clty. Mini be .old
nf nwnfr'a ill health.
Al.o. a nrat-rlaaa new rr.lilrnrr. centrally
located If tnken now can be hndchenp.
We oner a aplcmlld tract at tlinlicrlnml.rnr
anle or a. an invc.tment on .hare, Poplar,
oak and buckeye.
Hon Khnt I'tirnlahrd nnd unfurnl.hrd
huuae. only a lew minute, from Court
"Vvanthii Two large mlilrncea, with every
convenience, to rent lurnianeo.
I. m. tmitt.i.iiun llur new fmmnh rt on
Aahevllle. Pull of late.t itaUatic. tall fur
BIGKLOW ft JONK8,
RBAL B8TATB AND INVB8TMKNTS,
Room 8 McAfee Block, 83 Patton Avenue,
In an endless assortment at
tlieCrystal L'alnco. Delegates
and the people generally are
requested to call and exam
ine our large stock Xnias
Presents, in fine Stand, Ha li
quet and Piano Lamps, fine
China Tea, Dinner, Salad,
Pudding, Ice Cream and Der
rySet s, big line after dinner
Coffees, Custard Cups, Table
Mirrors, tine Cups and Sau
cers in Limoges and Delleek.
Vienna., Carlsbiid, Pointon's
and Koyal Worcester in odd
pieces, Disquo Figures, etc.
In conclusion, our stock ex
eels any in the state. Visit us
whether you wish to buy or
enjoy looking at thedispla.y.
More goods to arrive this
week look out lor them.
Hoods for shipment packed
with great care.
All mail orders promptly cacculeil. Write
U 11. for prices, etc.
THAD W. THRASH & CO,,
No. 41 I'uUun Awn nr.
Crockery, 1.iuiiim, Noun Fiiniil.iiiK.
10 very body to hcp our stock
of Holiday (ioods. The like
has never before been 011 ex
hibition in Aslieville. Quali
ty par excellence the best.
Assortment large and va-
ri.Hl.-T. C SMITH & CO.,
Druggists, Public Square,
opposite Court House.
Toya from 2c to not.
Pancy Article. for Chri.tmaa Present a,
4c to 1.
Ti.llcl Seta. Mlrrora.
Iloa Pinter, Cum anil Kmiccra,
llivrhile Hunt a, Allium..
Kid I'.lovca. I.lllcd IKlllrr llli.vea.
Limn lliiiiillterchicfa, Plain anil Kmbr'd.
Milk llnnilkcnhlrfaaud Mulllcra.
. Clink.. Henri'., Tic.
lite. Hit. ntc.
I'or H lltultrtl time
a luritc iIIrvouiiI on
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clotlliim fry tioixla, Hhor., Iliiln, Curnl
7 & 9 PATTON AH
WILKIE X ATKINS.
WIIIII.IIHAI.U AMI HIITAIt.
CONFECTIONER! : AND : FRUIT : DEALERS,
Ml. lit PATTON AVH.
Tcnney'a Pine Canillva, New Vork.
Mnlllunl'. I'lne Camllr., New Vork.
I'reah Tnlllca, Cocoa anil Peanut Camlica,
FORMERLY THE EAGLE HOTEL
No. 66 Mouth Main Htrcet.
I.nrice rooms, well ventilated, wnrtned hy
hentera and open nrc place. I table supplied
with the tie.t the market airnril.. Hates,
ft.no per da), tn.no to M.oo icr week,
I'jo.oo to 01) per month,
MRH. L. J. BVRNETTV,
Warm comfortable room., houw newly fur
nikrri t Rood table. Term, reasonable, on
street car line.
MRS. J. L. 8MATHKHN,
July 1 Meat 818 Pattern Ave.
A GREAT 8N0W STORM.
IT EXTENDS FROM INDIANA
HEAVY GALES AND LOW TEMPER
ATURE FOR NORTH CAROLINA.
A Very Heavy Fall of Hnow nl
llttHburir and the Hurroundlnn
Country A Willi) ClirlHln.iiH
riTTSiirno, Pa., Dec. 20. Another liij
hiii i w htorin ia rnghiK livrc.
It Int. been miuwiiiK ULcailily fur eigh
teen limim anil there ure noimlieiitioi;""!
it cesHiititin. Ilctwecn twelve nnd lour
teen incite of snow hnve alreiuly Inllcn.
The trnitiK tire nil several hour. Iichiiul
lime. The Htrcet cur trnlHc on nil lint the
Ciililc roiuli U'inKiriirily stiHicnclcl.
The .now in dry mi Inr nnd doe. not ill
feet the tfli'rapli aerviif.
Washington, Dec. 20, The giKiml of-
lice luriiiHlici the followinn .H'ciul l)iil
ktin to the presa:
The prcmnt nlorin promises the ureiil-
cst iiiiii'iinl ul snow in uny single storm
tor several years. It will extend to
southern New (inlaml. I'roin three to
seven inches of snow have (alien to-day
in the Ohio valley. The snow now ex
tends from Indiana to Virginia. Heavy
easterly jales, with snow and low tcill
IH'rnlure. are cxiei'teil I'ridny from North
Carolina to New Ivnlanil.
ll.tKMisiit'Kr,, Va., Dec. 211. A severe
snow storm set in this niorniiiK mid
travel is almost entirely snsx?nded.
Stai n ton, Va., lKr. 2li. The snow is
now lour inches deep.
Cincinnati, lice. 2U. Snow Ik'K"U to
fall early vestcrdav no inline and contin
ued Jill day with the thermometer lit 2H
and ill) dcrtx'S.
The uUIiiiih ma Not mo Much
Want (.ore as Herf.
Wasiiim.ton, Ii. C, lee. 2l. lien.
Seholicld this niorniiiK' received the fol
lowing telcKram from Invn. Miles under
date of Kapiil City, S. H., Uv. 2o:
"I have mil heard from Col. Carr for
III! hours, lie started to intercept Hit;
I'oot. Should he succeed or t urn him to
the Cheyenne iiKrnev it will Iwliivoralilc.
as lleiicral llrooke reports niesscn
Hcrs from Utile Wound, llic Koad
aii'l Fast Tliunilcr, who are
leaders of the Indians who went to the
Had Lands. He says thatiilsiut hall the
Indians there nrc c'liniuu; in and he thinks
the rest will follow."
Till: NATIONAL AI.I.IANC1C.
IIH l.citlKlallve COIllllllllCC will
Meet lit Wimllliilttoii III Fell.
Toi'liK.v, Kan., Dec. 211. Mr.McC.rath.
president of the Knnsasiillinncr, says the
legislative committee of the National al
liance will meet in Washington some
time in February. Thirty live states will
lie represented n't the meeting and the
third party movement will I one of the
principal tilings to Ik- acted iihiii.
"This movement." said MeGrath."will
eventually embrace all labor organiza
tion, in the United Mates. In Inet alioiit
all o( them arc committed to it now ex
cept the. Urnogc, and most ol the gran
gers nrc members ol tuc runners Alli
ance." TWO I.VNCHINUH,
Bolb Reported In and Chanted up
AiialnHt North Carolina.
Macon. N. C, Dec. 2.-0core Mu
bry, one of the negroes who assassinated
Dr. Edniond II. Riggnn in his store in
Mecklenburg county, Va., Inst Saturday
night, wns lynched Inst night near the
place where the murder was committed.
The murder wns committed in Milk leu
bury county, Va., and not in Macon,
Norfolk, Va., Dec. 2. Kinch Free
man, the negro charged with the murder
of Mr. Adkins nnd his mother, Novcmlwr
.", nnd who wns caught in Norfolk Inst
week nnd lodged in Winston, (N. C.I jail,
wns Ivm-lied this morning about 2
o'clock. Three unknown men called ui
the jailor, stating they had a prisoner to
put in the jail. The jailor ojiviicd the
door, wnen immcuiaiciy houui tiai.y
masked men over oowcrcd him. took the
jail keys, entered the juil and hanged
I- recniaii in ms ceil.
A JOI.I.V HOt'R,
The Cbrlnlnias) Tree celebration
al the Central M. K. Church.
The Christmas tree at Central M. 12
church, south, last night attracted a tre
mendous crowd. The tinkling of liclls
announced the arrival of Santa
Clans. IF. L. Ilrown) who delighted
the children with his "high, high
hat" nnd flowing whiskers. ;Orangcs
nnd eundv were distributed to the cliil
tln'ii I iv Knntn. and a Present for
each was taken from the branches
of a fine everirrecn tree nnd every
thinir went joyfully to the close,
The new pastor ol the church, Kcv.C
HvrH. wn. nresent.
The singing, led by J. Morris Myers,
was very tine.
Hpaln wanlN I'rolectlou.
Maiihiii, Dec. 20. The minister of fi
nance has issued a decree declaring that
Spain must (ollow the protection move
ment of America and Burope, repeal inir.
tions of the existing tnrill nnd largely in
crrnse the duties on horses, mule, pre'
served nnd salted meats, flour, rice und
cereals from lununrv 1st, next,
The llouae Meet and Adlourna.
Wawiimoton, II. C, Dec. 2fl. There
were nlxiut fiftv members present when
the house was called to order this morn
lug. On motion ol Mr. Mckinley it was
agreed thnt Iwhen the house adjourn
to-day it meet Tuesdny next. Then an
adjournment wns taken.
Chief Juatlc ktlrupnou Dead
Coi.cmiiia, 8. C, Dec. 20,-Hon. W. D,
Simpson, chief Instiee of the supreme
court of South Cnrolina, died this morn'
ing, of heart disease.
Parnell Headed for Psrls
Paris, Dec. 20. Win. O'nrien nnd wife
and T. I'. Gill have arrived In the city.
London. Dec, 20, I'arnell arrived in
this city lust night en route to Paris.
Two Blorew are Ucprlvcd or Home
of Their Mock.
Wlmt ia the mutter with the Asheville
police force ?
Christinas eve the store ol V. C. Me
Conntll, on North Main street, was com
pletely sacked of the largo supply of
fireworks and Kod tilings lie had
laid in for the holidays. The thieves
'jroke in the rear window of the
store nnd took everything that came
handy in the way of kooiIs to celebrate
on. That they were celebrntini; is evi
denced hy the fact that a large ntimlicr
of whiskey bottles were left strewed
about the store. They broke into and
completely destroyed the combination
lock of the cash drawer, but fortunately
the proprietor had taken home his
Christinas receipts. As it was, his loss
is fully $1110, nnd is a scriuusjscl-bnck to
The fact that the fruit and toy store
of Mr. J. T. Cook, nfewdoorsahove, had
been similarly rolilicd a few nights before
ought to have put the police on their
mettle. Mr. Cook's loss did not nn:uut
to more than $l.r, but in view of the con
siderable outlay these men hud made, it
was n serious loss to them.
A GREAT RAHAVAY STRIKE
lll'HINICMM AT A MTANIIHTII.I.
A KOI' Kilt fil.ArMaOW.
The Men Iteny Thai Their l iuiil
Ilea ure HuflerlnK, and May They
Co n Hold out HI x Weeks).
Cl.AHaiw, Dee. 20. The railroad strike
continues to hold business almost at a
standstill nnd to cause inconvenience and
annoyance to many thousands of ieoplc.
The slntcment that the families of the
strikers arc beginning to feel the effects
of the strike is denied by men who are
"out." Thev claim that I hey are in a
(Hisition to hold out at least six weeks,
without in anv way causing distress to
their families or In themselves.
I'p to the present time, with the excep
tion ol Hooting nun occasionally sioiniig
an obnoxious employee wlio mav nave
remained loyal totlicrailroailcoiiipaiiics,
tlicn- have Ir-cii lew acts ol violence.
TIlis to n great degree, is due to l lie ad-
iinlilc precautious taken ny tne miikx-.
A railway chair was found Instencd to
the tracks on the line lietween this city
ud Kilbride, but the obslruclion was
iscovcrcd in time to prevent an aevi-
Icnt. The uuiTiose was to derail the
night train, mid the strikers ure licensed
I the licndisli net.
A liinnlier ol AIhhIcu sinkers lire re
suming work. There ure iroKVls that
le strikers ill Idasgovv and liileuDurgn
ill consent to arbitration.
I.OOO VAHOH Of KKU TAPK.
How "The Citizen" I'll wound II
' und Wlint It Found.
This is a glorious government!
Tuesday's mail brought to Tun ClTl-
ikx office a large iniinilln enveloie. with
Kstnge on it, nnd "War Dcinrt-
incnt printed in the laniiliar Oerinau
text on the corner. Hreaking the seal
iscloscd five distinct sheets of pncr.
n one was n manuscript letter from the
mnnngcr of tlic"Kecruiting Kcndcitvous."
harlot tc. N. C, conveying the intelli
gence that "I have the honor to trans
mit herewith copy of advertisement
which you will publish one time each
week lor three months." On another
there was the copy of the advertisement.
Then came three sheets securely pinned
together; a small sheet on top lalielcd,
To the publisher Asheville Citizen
llcncatli were two sheets, letter size.
lion one was m inted blanks to lie iillcd
out by the publisher, giving pricechnrged
lor nuvcrusiiig space per men ior one,
wo, three, lour, live and six ilavs, two
weeks and one mouth. Also price for
amc space for every other day for same
Itcrinils ul tunc. Also puce ior same
space one day in each week for same
length of time. Ilcuentll this tabulated
statement was n blank to he filled with
the discount allowed the warileoartnicnt
on all advertisements lurnislicd. Ilcuentll
this wns a blank, double-barreled ccrlih
cate. to lie signed by two iK-rsous, ecrti
fviug thai they had seen the puiilislier ol
Tiik CmUN sign the schedule of rates,
mid that he (the publisher I wns renlly
nnd truly the man he represented
himself to lie. Ileneiitli this err
ilicnte was a blank ecrtilientc
o Ik- siiMicd by a justice of the nencc or
nolnrv public, in which he declared the
publisher to lie the publisher, and the
witnesses who witnessed the publisher
siun the schedule, to Ik persons
worthy of Mid in witness whereof he
uflixcil his seal of olnec. tlnlhe remaining
sheet of paier was u sample advertise
ment, to iniiiciiic me si.vie m which iiie
wnr ilcnnrtmrnt wants its work none.
No break lines or display tyie of any
kind is allowed. Nihil nonpanci wuii
only nn em iitind division lietween sen
tenccs is M.'rmitihlc. No paragraphs.
The inforinatioii was also conveyed that
only ucltinl space occnpictl would iw
mid for. For uiatniicc: Ten lines noti
on rid constitute a sipiarc in Tin
Citiikn. The advcrlisi-ment sent
nn tliia occasion liv the war de
partment, nmdc eight lim- the
pny will lie for only eight-tenths of a
il increiorc rciiiureo iwo niniin wwi..
nn exiKiiditurc of fifty cents in fees, nnd
. . ,' . .I..II..-. .....1. ..(
at a low estimate, ten dollars' worth of
conscientious swearing, in order to put
Tim CiTixifN in tne way 01 musing a
$4,110 hill with the government during
llii. np.t three months.
Hence the remark: This is n glorious
oovernmcnt It is great in small thing
and small In great things. Tim Citizks
ia on lilr in I s war driiiirtnicnt. how
ever, as to advertising rates nnd dis
counts, and cxxx'ts to pull itself out ol
all finaneiul embarrassments uv tne noin
it has uottcn upon the government tent.
provided I'ncle Sain has enough left to
meet onr demands niter paying tne cn
Congress tins practically suspended
issued hy the president,
The republicans do not Indicate what
their nroirrnm will be on the force hill
after the holidays.
Mr. Morgan spoke In advocacy of his
resolution directing the committee on
privileges nnd elections to amend section
at of the election bill. Mr. McPhcrson
concluded his Speech in opposition to the
MASONIC TEMPLE BURNED.
A URP.AT I.UHH TO lltl.TIMOUli
Four Persons, a Mother and Her
Three Children, numed lo Heath
Hotel Flreal Chaltiniooiia.
lUl.TiMiiRK, Dec. 20, The Masonic
temple, which cost $4S,l)IMIll was ruined
yesterday by a fire. Nearly all records of
the grand lodge since its organization,
more than a century ago, paraphernalia,
uniforms, records of individual lodges,
costly banner and relics that cannot be
replaced, and a fine library of the grand
lodge were burned.
The fire broke out in the Hies of the
theatre, on the second and third floors
which are occupied by Forcpniigh, just
before the doors were lo on to a great
crowd. They had only one thought
how fortunate that the'fire did not break
out nn hour and a-liall later. At that
time thousands would have Ikcii in the
theatre and n holocaust would have Ikcii
What the flames left untouched was
ruined by water. Duly the front of the
building retained the semblance of its im
posing proportions. The interior wus
entirely gutted, and the floors lell in. The
Masonic fraternity feel the loss keenly.
They had hox:d til see their temple free
of debt, but will now have to go to
Il is understood that theatrical prop
erty to the value of over $10,000 belong
ing to the theatre wus in the building.
None of it was saved.
FOt'K lll'KNICO TO DIUTH,
Terrllile Fire In Rocheater Thla
Kiiciii:sit:h, N. V., Dec. 20. A terrible
conflagration occurred this morning
whereby Mrs. John Dietrich and her
three children, six and three years nnd
leven mouth old rvsK.vlively, were
burned to death.
Where the fire origiuulcd is n mystery.
Mrs. Dietrich nrose at lour to start the
rc in the kitchen stove, and uwnkened
her husband soon niter with an alarm ol
iv. She rushed in to save her children
ml s;rished in thcllaincs. The husband
nil one sou cscuH.d.
A HOTICI. l-IHK.
I'lie Kennedy House, Clialtauoo
lis, Kcorclied-I.OHH, (15,000.
Ciiat-.'axoooa, Tcnn,, Dee. 20. Fire
iroke out in the Kennedy house, a large
otel, this morning, at 4- o'clock. The
hotel Mirtion of the building was dam
aged by fire and the store rooms beneath
were damaged bv water. All the guests
got out without injury. Loss, $15,000;
Tin-: thi:h hi'knkd.
A Hud and Fatal Accident Attends
I'iiii.aiiki.I'IIIA. Dec. 20. Alaitit 0:30
last evening a Christmas tree in the par
lor ol Fdward Penrose, No. 2000 Oral
street, took fire from the tapers and the
tune and contents were badly damaged
Mrs. Fitzsiinmoiis, 70 years ol age, ol
New York, the mother of Mrs. Penrose,
who was on a visit to the family, wus
burned to death. When the flames had
xtinguished she wan found crushed in
the closet on the third floor dead.
KILLKU UV WHISKV.
enough of II at one Time Is Al-
Ciiattaxoooa. Dec. 211. Hen Shuni
ml Marshall Ijiiillnn, two negroes, had
whiskv drinking contest in Aimer
rombie's saloon vraterdnv. several
white men having bargained to buy nil the
whisky they would drink, Hach easily
bank a unit and had Ik'l'iiii on their see-
mil pint when Sharp lell to the floor
ud. I Inilhan staggered into the yarn
ml fell almost dead. At the latest ac
counts he was supposed to be dying.
AITAIKS OF CO.SSUU' ESCE.
A Paris newsnaiier nmiouuccs that
vmpcror William ol Germany will visit
The Paris liaulois announces that lit
he next consistory the Poiie will crcnlc
l'al her Monsabre, the famous Dominican
monk, a cardinal.
For the purpose of strengthening its
Icctoral influence the Nninisli govern
ment intends applying a Hiicy of pro
tection to that country.
The vice-chairman of the municipal
council of Pnris ami n meniU'r of the
l-'reneh chamber of deputies arc to light
a duel with pistols, and if the exchange
1 shots docs not result 111 unary to
eitucr liuriv tue uuei is to oc continued
Iicncnil Prancis li. Sniuiicr. cx-trens-
urcr of the I'nilctl States, is dying in
Jacksonville, I-la., ol cancer ol the lace,
drover Cleveland has liecn npiiointcd
refcrcec in the suits for damages brought
by pniiicrty owners against the New
ork elevated railroads,
The total miles of railroad track laid
in the I'niled States in IHIIO is estimated
at nearly G.SOI) miles, or iiImiiiI Ton miles
more lliuu wus laid in INMU.
Christmas eve was made memorable in
llnltiinore by a street carnival of young
men anil gins, aioot or 111 wagons, toot
ing horns and wishing each other a mer
The Reform club celebrated the demt
crntic victory by n dinner nt the Madison
Sounre linrden. tlrover Cleveland mude
one of his best sieechrs nnd Mrs. Cleve
land received nn ovation; -
II. II. Ilrown, of Detroit, Mich., just
nominated lor the vncnut judgeship on
the V. s. sunreme nencn. once latniiv
sliot a burglar who broke into his house
and demanded Ins money.
The cruiser Newark is credited with
having drvcloiwtl over 000 horse imwer
earninu for her builders a premium of
$00,000, Her Sliced, according to the
log, wns 10 0-10 knots per hour,
Judge Hall, a republican, hns rendered
a decision nt East Lynne, N, It., which,
if sustuincd, will throw out some three
thousand prohibition ballots in that
state and elected Morris, the democratic
candidate for governor, by Urge m
J. S. GRANT, PH. G,
Of the Philadelphia College of rbarmacy,
34 South Main Street. M
ent lie sure to call at GRANT'S PHAR
MACY ami inspect the Bnest and most
comiilele line uf Toilet Articlct in this
city. He umhubteilly hare just what
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE PRICE8.
It is our desire in the future to confine
ourselves strictly to the Drug business.
We will therefore dispose of our entire
stock of Cigars at cost. Sold by the
box only. OAM.N TS PHARMACY.
The finest und most complete stock of
Colognes, Toilet Wuters, Extracts, Face
I'o wders and high grade Soups at
Prescriptions filled at all hours Goods
ilclivcrcd free of charge to any part of
thecitv. VKAXrS I'HARMACY.
If you want a hamhtome pair of cut
lass llottlcs for a Christmas presentcall
GHASTS PHARMACY, liotthirang-
ing in price from One to Fifteen dollars
II you want a lirst-class lluirlirushlbr
sinull amount of money, CRAKTS
PHARMACY is the place to go togct it.
Ill kindsof Tooth III ushes, Hath Brushes,
Hath Gloves, Sponges, etc.
When your Prescriptions ate com-
mndedat GRANTS PHARMACY you
n positively dt-peml upon it that only
he purest and best Drugs and Chemi
cals have been used that they were
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Pharmacists and that the price paid
as not unreasonable.
4 South Main St. B
t'OKXKIl KAIil.K BLOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Christmas Prcacnta and Hoi.
Way Goods). Tit" 52
Too iiiiiiiy yoodain
liimil. Tlii'.v iniiHt Ihj
wilil this wifk. Will
not wait till ufUp
Xnias, but rtnluco
prit'OH from tliia tlaU'.
Cull iiinl Hifinv Cloth-
iiitf, Dry (Joodn,
Vrnpn, Furs and
Fancy (Sootls, at
pri( novcr Irofoi-o
iiainod bpforo tlio
floHCOf till! WUHOll.
Cornor Englo lllock and
South Main tit.
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