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Asheville Daily Citizen.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, 25 cents. Three Timet, SO ccnU.
Six Times, 75 cents.
In THE CITIZKN.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME V. NO. 309
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES. wxbiaahbuus. (
POWELL & SNIDER
. TUB LBAIlHKS IN
A N D-
THE liNTlRli STOCK OP SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANCE.
FIRST-CLASS G00D8 ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
In all Line
In all Line
In all Line
In all Line
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
W. 0. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, H. C.
We no not skll Chkap
DlUHH, but WILL 8KLL YOU
Prtrus chkap, and if you
don't believe what we Hay
iriv iih a trial ami be con
vinced. Our prescription de
partment m exrellett by none.
It !m uuiiimied with the best
goods that money can buy
from E. Merck, E. It. Squibb,
Parke, Davis & Lo., .1110.
WVet.h & Bro.. and from other
iHts in this country and hu-
ope, whose goods lor purity
inniot be Questioned. l're-
scriptions filled at all hours,
in v or nnrnt. ana uenverai
twe of charire to any part of
the city. Our stock ot Drugs,
latent Medicines and Drug-
irists' Sundries is complete,
, t 1 1 f
and at prices tnat ueiy cum-
M'tition. won 1 lorgei w
:hM, No. 20 S. Main street.
where vou will at all times ne
1" 1 ..
served o.v couiih-u-iu im-
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY!
IN CITY LOTS.
He onlrr of the owner I put on .alrim three
years' time, only a nill amount of cah
60 Lots on Catholic Hill,
K,lrtl,IM mountain view, only minute
iri.m the court huuM, at from
75 to i,o Kacb,
ArrnntlnK to lie anil location. Worth .Inutile
ami three time the money. I.llieial advance,
made to Improve the lot.
KtlH SAI.K a. 3 ami room hnuaes. well
built, with lire plan., on ame hllLapnyierty
at BKure. and tennn to ult the jmrchaaex.
Hiilrndld opiMirlunlly fur people of numerate
meai. to .Scare ur to biold a comlortalde
h"X'u BAI.B OK TO KBST a law tene
ment houe. 12 and H r..om. reflectively. ..n
Kiiale alreet. Well adapted for cheap hotel
or boanllnK tiouaea. , Jw,,i
Moat lllieral term, seamed. Plana endrou
tmrtleular with J. M. CAMI UU1..
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during the
past two weeks. Two floors
packed with goods. Wo have
never been better prepared
to serve the people than now.
and we invite everybody to
come and see our goods and
lnrn our prices. We have
never advertised an artidt
Hint we did not have, and
never offered anything ns a
bargain that wns not really
and truly as represented, nnd
a n always ready to refund
money where our goods are
not ns represented. Come to
tin "Mir Racket."
Kenl Btatc Dealer.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Asent for Heem. Creek Woolen Mill.
North Main Anbevtlle. N
KIKE. LIFK. ACCIDENT
PULL1AM & CO.
At the Bank of A.hevllle.
AHHHVILLB. N. C.
Heprcatnt the following, eompanw.. vll. I
..... cash mht. in 11
Aolo Nevada, of California,,
Continental, ui new iv
w ai.t an M. wvn. w. w. vmT,
GVYN & WEST,
(Hucvcaaora to Walter H.Owyni
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan. Securely Placed at 8
Notary HuUile. Commilimr 01 IhI.
OVIVIC'K aoulheeutt Court Nqaare,
S. R. KEPLER.
Purvevor to intelligent a nd
appreciative Asheville and
American tainuies. raiar.es
and tastes of people who be-
ieve in good liviiigeannotlie
lumbugged by "Cheap. John"
goods. 'Cheap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 liave in stock aim
to arrive, all seasonable spe-
ialties, comprising 111 part
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons.
Cranberries. Raisins, rigs.
Miscellaneous Choice O.K
New Orlea ns Molasses, for ta
ble use. Crime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra tine Assortment of Crack-
ers, l' me leas ami t-uint-n u
, 1.... v. i,:i.....i..
nine Airflia kihiiihi re imiw.m
ami other brands. Plum I'ndiling, Calf's
Knot Jellv. etc. Pressed nmi (.rystniKea
r.;...rr. SI, ml Kmc in kit. Kie I k-rriiiL-ii
,1 ...I nil other iroiiU in ilemnml for tlu-
lloli.hiyi. S. K. KEPLER
AMERICAN PLUCK AND HOPEFUL-
We ore in receipt of a letter from old
correspondent, of LouisYillc, Ky C. U.
Francke & Co., writtf n tew tiny utter
the late disuitrotm tornado, by which
they were uficrera. in common with so
raaiiy engaged i the toluvco IntsiiieH,
which illuitratet the mdomituble plnck
of the American people. We make a few
extracts: "A few hours after the cyclone
had passed, a full force of men were work
ing to clear the middle ot the streets
of the immense body of debt is, and
Ixfore 5 o. m. the street cars were
Koing again ns umiuI. On Monday the
31st the tornudo was ou the ni(,'iit ot
the 27th all public tobacco warehnuKs
but two are doing business. The Slate
was uninjured, the Planters' n bad wreck,
selling ut anotli. r li ;use, the Crescent,
down to t'ne gronntluomg the siime, the
Ce;itrnl, with part or one-hall standing,
under a lemiKirary roof, selling t the
old stand, the Unternrise, two walls
partly down, root blown off, but already
replaced, selling ns usual"; and so on
with all the other houses, with the excep
tion of the New Furmers", with its large
salesroom uninjured. OiircorrcBondcnt
add that "in a week everything will work
more smoothly, and in a lew months we
shall have finer houses than we have had
This is the characteristic of the Amcr
can people everywhere. No disaster
daunts them; no destruction, however
comprehensive, extinguishes their ener
gies, whether it come by fire or flood.
temiiest or iiestilence. 1 he ashes ol u nre
ire not cold More the work ol recon.
itruction begins; the floods have not sub
sided Ix'fore preparation for renovation
made. When all property seems to
have been swept away, all capital oblit-
ruted, what has lieeu lost seems only to
have been the seed buried in the ground
for a new und more bountiful crop
prosiicrity. The lires of Chicago, of Bos-
ion, of Lvnn, of Seattle, are almost for
L'ottcn history, the disaster at Johns
town only recalled lor its moumlul trag-
THEY WIT BIS SCALP.
POLITICAL WRANGLE FOR
EAVES' CONFIRMATION TO
A Petition to be Meat to Ine Pre
IrJcut Anklnv the withdrawal
or HIM Name,
The republican braves ol the fifth con
gressional district have donned their
paint and feathers and have started on
the warpath in dead earnest.
They are after red, red blood.
It all conies about over the long defer
red action of the senate on the name of
J. B. Kaves, who is up for confirmation
for the colleetorship of this district. The
name wns sent to the senate by President
Harrison sonic time iu December, but
that honorable body has not troubled
itself about confirming the appointment.
One tide usually goes with every story.
With this there are several.
The friends of the candidate, for in-
stance, claim to the world thut the rea
son he has not had the oflice thrust upon
him is because the senate already has too
much work on hand, nnd that in due
time he will receive a document from
Washington containing his confirmation
and all will be well.
This is what his friends say, but every
mun In the district who votes for negro
Murphy's new furniture factory is snid
to be a git.
Asparagus is being shipped from Scot
por allowing his horse to run at large
a Durham man was fiued $10.
Bishop Lyman confirmed six persons
'uring his recent visit to Monroe.
TSe editor of the Durham Daily Globe
hasjust rode the I. O. O, r. goat.
The State board of education controls
over a million acres of swamp land.
Winston has now in operation no less
than thirty-three tonacco lactones.
One hundred and twenty persons ar
rived at Winston in one day recently.
For the quarter just ended the receipts
ol the Durnnm posiomcc were
The Durham Daily Sun took a day off
- . , i. .-i:
yesterday and gave us employes
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, a South Main St.
Thst srs s IsscHls.
rw mi. tr inafiis a. tf
Si Is It., ftrihl N.Y. mi UUnattwsJ Sritft, M.
roa sals, st
J. H. GMtAffil.
If your prescription! are prepared at
Grant' t Vhnrmacyyou can positively tie
......J l.A.. 'tV t hat nnlv the
Edgecombe county eluims she will r ... .
market 25.0U0 Kunds of butter th purest ana oesi arugs unu cnew.m..
year. he used; second, they will be compound-
A Knleiuh linuor dealer snys business Lj ,..;,;; -,i arcuratelv br aaexperi-
is dull liecause furmers do not come to . ,
tl. tity, eucid Prescnptiomst ; and third, you will
A comimnv wilh $30,1100 capital will not be charged an exorbitant price. I ou
develop the fine brown stone quarries w;n nceiyt the best goods at a very rea-
near Sanlord. I - r. . .u.t-
. . i somiofc prom, iuu t iui w
f. !. 1 U..I.1 n Co.. mnvra.
tion ot lumbermen some time during the Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Rnleich is airitatinir the question of
having a cnniu gang ana utilizing u.
loaters and vagrants.
The Rockv Mount Phoenix has al-
Real Estate Broken,
And luveatnient AKCtita.
Loan, at urrly placer at N percent,
oniceai aleSaiPaUna Ave. aei-ond Hour.
II amhura- Hrcfflea. of Oemtany
Loadaa Aaaaraace, of Kaaland
Niagara, of New Vora
Orient, of Hardord
Phiaals, of BnipUlyn..
at, Paal Pin aad Marlot, of Mln,
ftoutnera, of New Orleans.
Wc.tera. of Toroato
. Mutual Aedileat Aawdatloa
ztttaa Lift Inaaraac. Coiupaajr.
I Hormrrly of Ljtmaa t Child i.
A BIG "DRIVE
In Ladies' ami Cliiulren"s Tim
Shoes by buying an imineiist
lot of tliein. Hosing iait tlie
TED MAKKH ami .liviiling
tbem betwwn the Kichmom
house and ourselves. We are
offering some very finegoods
at prices usually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
tit almost any one, as we
have all widths from A A to
K. WELL WOUTII SEE
ING. New goods in all lines
II. REDWOOD & CO
rule nnd protection to American million- na(iy to tBK f Sortb Carolina's
aires is not a political friend of Mr. Luivcs exhihit at the World's Fair.
by a long sight. There are a good many a worm that girdles the trees is said
who would rather sec tue nomination oc- to be responsible for tne ocntn oi a num-
nied than confirmed, und prominent tier ot pine trees arouna itnicign.
Prescriptions filial at all hours, eight
or day, and delivcied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
6c answered promptly. Grant's Pftar.
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quoU
among these is mentioned Mr. J. J. Mott, Mr. S. C. Barbee, of Durham, is going b but other drue boust in the city.
who once lieiu me unicc, unu wnu n w niK a tiwin if .r . . .,
,dlegd. is alter Mr. liaves' ,H,litienl ped his daughter. That is of cour ,. We are determined to sell low a. the
S with both , t. the law will let him. lowest, erenif we far. to lose money by
1 It . a MMHliaii f thai V u lalrn . . ... ... a f . f '
Mott. it is siid, put his shoulder to the I " ' "!" . i .Za - S . a",nS- "f" "
wheel to help Knves in, nnd when the lut- . . .h.' Philadelphia league club, cines at first cost, and below that W nec
essary, to meet tbeprice of any competi
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in AshevUlc. Over 200
ter was there Mott asked for his services His position is the field.
several minor npiKiiiitments lor Bis
friends. These were refused mm and r .lie Vadkin Co lece linch school, is now
,t he hna aworn in Yokahoma and writes a irlowing let-
idies, and the Louisville torundo seems . . ,,.,,:., ter home to his friends.
to have acted only ns tresn stimulus to . .w :,i, A rnilwav officinl. who has ust ar-
aroused energies. At the present time while nretendinii rived from Mississippi, says the negroes allsiies, at the lowest prices.
.-e stretched alone the course of the " " ' , ........ . .. ... who went there from Minn t-aronnu are
lowerwter.oft.,eNnsSi.sippi,awi.der- 1" .... He are f Ac ants for umpire.
aess of waters, towns, houses, plauta- "" V. " "i.. I., i. trvimr to I A cimduetor of county teacher instt- om(roplitlA. Mtdicioe: A full supply
turns sulmierged. and men ami auimaia, ovcr thf ()f thf dl.m(. non than hn( of the tvrrulc wieldera are of bis goods always on hand.
apparently helplcs and hopeless, clinging ' f s . c.,ijn. -ubscriliers to a newspaper.
to places of refuge or safety protruding yoU for him Thf dtm. Thf Caro,iun mnnfacturing company Ise Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
from the floods, wreck and ruin nnd the . -..ntntives from North Caro- has been reorganized and will resume the tbt worj for ;,.fr complaints, indiges
.....i.;.... ,i..ui,;,. nrouiul. who HtruiL'le i ... , . ,,,;. ni kaolin for market at their I
. . 7 " . : .".- linn, by the way, nre not said to wors.iip - on, ctc.
Willi tne water, .ri ...,...... . . . iHttCr '
vasto; but so far from desi.ndency, that if he nets an enemy Prof. John W. McAnutly, a weather
waiting with impatient expectation for ' ' ' wi C)mflrm Wm 1' of Cahar
oht. heiriniiiniF in Mav
the subsidence of the flood, eager and
rcadv agnin to renew the hard fought
battle with fortune.
And so it is every where m thiscountry.
whether it lie ou the Atlantic or the Pa
cific, in the North or ut the South. And
the most conspicuous example is fur
nished by the latter. Here desolation in
its most universal torm overspread the
whole country. The flower ol its men
itist for suite.
Then again it is snid Mott's son would
not hold up his hands in righteous indig
nation if the colleetorship were offered
him ou a golden platter. In fact it is
even hinted that he is in the race as a
dark horse and that his "papa" is pulling
and a general failure of crops.
A spiritualistic medium in the person
of a 14 vear old girl has turned up at
Tarboro and the town is all excitement
over the wonderful manifestations.
A .rre-.t mass mcetinir of the people of
Kockinglinm county nas ueen ociu u.
Reidsville to take steps for the removal
ol the court bouse from Went worth to
the wires for him. The secret of Mr,
Eaves' uame lying around in the dusty to that place.
n( ff.mtmftee rontn of the I t . IT . nH ul v... n ri wn-
. ,.. .u I...f. i mm1-1""" "'"" . . . Jin, .ri n., . -
lierisnrii in i..e Vnixl States senute is explained by that, man of Wcldon, was struck ny a passrn
A thoroughly teliable remedy for all
blood diseases is buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will takenootber.
J. S. (,RAT,rii. 0., f'Urnt,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, X. C.
48 SOl'TH MAIP;TREET.
of its svstem of lalnir was uprooted from
the ground, its property was almost ob
literated, its financial system plunged into
irretrievnble ruin, itscredil obliterated, its
means of reeuiieralioii apparently annihi
lated, its work animals killed or taken
away, its agricultural iinpliinentsbroken
to pieces or worn out with hard usage,
to which wns added the decay, almost
ruin, of its niilronds. lKspair, apathy,
tnrvutiiiu. these were the conditions.
associated with oppressive and unnat
ural political relations tictwecu the vic
tor nnd the siibiiiguted, that twenty-live
years ago presented themselves to the
Things have chunked now, aad in tne
However it is, one met remmna, .r. "ri rf v- 1.1 i,v,,a,.., i 4 n-.x-iiw
Eaves has been before thesennte forthree "'""" " UU1 A.t. 1 vi wio
ung mourn. v....t...K ,in cum- of Bover
he don't seem lo be any nearer man ne -,.. the oHice of slier-
was at the start. And which ever one of ;g0( Forsyth county, has been argued
the explanations as given ubove is true before the supreme court, mil no aecisiou
it makes but little difference. It ull goes has been hnmlcd down.
The store of tne firm of Cross & Co.,
i.n.keii into nt Lexington nnd sev
eral lollnrs worth ol goods stolen. Thcl
burglar was captured anu lie put up.". 1
lor his npirurance 111 court.
Me II. F. Moore has sued the town ol
to show that something is pronouncedly
putrid iu the State of lie iinntrk and thut
is the reason that the republicans have
donned their paint und leathers and are
looking for gore.
New .Spring gooda now ar
riving in all lines. Weexhibit
a heautiiui line 01 wuiinj;
splcndidmatenalniuini.Mai uiiiiuoe u. . . , . . Ill,IKill,mtl 0f ' ; ,hl.i i lesant channel
the South it is hard t rennc at e --- eitherfaction tttZ latest is the following : "How
temist 01 war nan ever e, . y, .0. ""--:,. Thr,itinn that are living trwlay wll live to
houin, ana 11 ni u iia.i ami on wno.o .... . - , r.t. ,i,r one vear hence? Have
rill". I !a 1 ...til lit- nri rttnitlM I --- , ...
iHEY THERE !E
A Word With Yu.
No. UN PattuarAvnue,
Wantn to seeyou. llissiiring
Is now almost complete. All
the latest novelties now in
stock or to arrive.
Ladies' and Men's 1 land
Made Shoes in standard
Ladies' and Men's Uussetj
nnd fancv colored Oxford
Ties in groat variety for
spring and summer weur.
.. ,' i, e .
NO. at FATTON AVKNl'lt.
'.-' f aprSdta
I lev (ioods. Fancy Goods, Notions,
Clothing, (icnts' Furnishings,
Carpets, Hugs, tc.
Loans Mvurcly placed lit H la-reent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
DEAL ESTATE BROKE
li And Notary Public.
Room No. 1 1, McLoud Build's
Herring & Weaver,
.,n,l,.r l lie heel of the collliucror.
American pluck, energy nnu iiopeinineiw
have wrought thechungv.
Wk vonci.L'UK thnt the experiment ol
the Australian ballot tried at the recent
election in Rhode Island is sntislnctory
tn neither nil rt v. Neither succeeded in
obtniuinu a majority, and in a large num
tier of districts tioconcliision was readied
at all.ninkinu another election nstothem
necessary. And the reason assigned is
is going its rounds now and by no means
has the word "finis" been written alter
the whole affair.
A SENSATION SPOILED.
Cloths, Ginghams, Sateens,
pull the reward lor the arrest and conviction of (JJ,aHicH,MohairS, Henriettas,
appoint- a number of house breakers. Moore cap-
a second tured the gnng nnd now wants the long CaHi,UMWH Slimmer Silks ill
Itlack Silks and Velvets.
A petition is to be sent to President Tnrliuro for $10". The town otlcred a
Harrison. It is to ask him to
string attached to Mr. Laves
. .....4 ... l,..l,l it tun-It until
" " " . irreen.
jietiiion can lie circulated and ...000 sig-1 . fc S(m Mieyt9 )rl turning
Difss Trimmings in latest
novelties, Table Cloths, Nap-
vou ever thouuht alKiut it ?"
The Chnrlntte CWS SI1VS .Mr. v.. I
vi,.r- !,.. a fine cult in a mvuliar man-
iivr. . m m r. - , i
... :., ii..i . nmi in its struuuies 101
SSaaWan D0'Vli"H' CUrtUin I),'U,,-
for the colt. oi-iosi Vliitifi(iods. Lmbroiil-
Augustus Hennes. fonnerW of Monroe, '
wns brutniiv mimiercu n . ..-.. er eH j nwti aUti i ;0U1CBUC
C. His laid)' w as horribly mutilated and vl 11 "i
Sraie37r- A largo
that the process of voting wassoslow, f her home on Woodhn street mulatto, and a paramour of Mia. Hennes . , ... , nioveB
owing to the wmit of rendiness on the h di ,llv ut ,,,,,,. He wanted is accused of doing the killing. aSSOrtllltlli; OI 11U VJlOHs,
part of the voters in marking oil the I nnvertiscment in the paper, and that
names of those for whom they wished to .. f.un f n notice headed
A Mlaalna Woman Founa not
A w ild eyed man presented himself at
the business office of Thk Citiirn yes
terday and announced excitedly that
Mrs. Mary Rogers had been missing branches of dead
I. . ! I It...
V. i have iiurcnnsed the Twiggs prop- UlClUUing LCI1 VeiUCI I UllU aau. -
' !." !. l-l-oli.lll 1
vote, or difficulty in rending those nnnics
nut of the many printed on the ticket
with sufficient intelligence, that the polls
closed lulore u very large number, per
Imps 1.1 ier cent., had opportunity to
vote. This was practical, tuoiigii not
intended disfranchisement, the greatest
Ill YS AMI SKLLH KKAL KHTATK
SPW LVL ATTKXTION TO HKNT-
.I.VU ANI COLLKC'TlNd.
LOANS SICCIHKLY l'LACKI ON
It HAL KHTATK.
REFERS TO ALL THE IANKI OF ASHEVILLE.
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT I TAILOR,
S Pattoii Avenue.
' Nest tollrasd Central Hotel. I
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
'Strayed" which nps.-nml in the
umns last evening.
That there might be some interesting
news in the notice was appurent, and at
A o'clock a reporter was sent to the
house to learn if any
Messrs. Verderv anil C.roesliecli.of New I
,L s.w nurchnsrd the TwiitES prop-1
crty, opKsile Augusta, (.a., in taroiiua. . , . pt T.ndles'
it f. n let-stood the plan is to build a HS JIOOK. UIOe. lauic
hridce and have a cnnie line eonncvunK , , ,.
with the city from a hotel to lie built on UndefWOar ill lllUslllI, gaUZO
the summit ol tne inn. . . --t-
u.i,.,ei Martin ntumiited to out- and merino at low prices.
,ns sent to the MiM Martha Randolph at Keids- ... .
thing had been ne was unsuccessful and tried to Corsets always a lUH BtOCk
. . . . e i . . I . I ... -.r ..mh.. m.mm nvwlnnli I
enri ofthe missrmr woman, ii ioui piny lescaiie. a nooy .
wrunii thai van l lieriietrated on a free- ....necicd or if it was thomrht she and capture.) bin., and i was mmii I to 0 SUCH Olltl quailllCS.
man. The question ol illiteracy was also .uitu-d suicide. After some "hrtried
Wo call special attention
ro tor safe keeninir. On his way
.m.,1 ... .ttiriil. ami Iwireil his
involved i lor it apiears that many of the I nrch tm. nlllce wng found and Tim CB),tors to hang him.
ticscta ovi'.... 1 LITIXen represeiiiutive auovncu on .... i -ires in nimrit vuunijr n.,, .... , n I J
blank, proving that the voters could not . ,. ,, . .. nn.Wered liv a uood look- iireat damage. Much turpentine timber iQ our t ailPA 1 ttl'aSOlB ttllO
read the name printed on the slip, t-r , womHI1 um, tllr qiiestioning wns nt . ruiiu. Tl iTm,.11na Vfl.lnrr
thnt they.kspairedof rightly designating oncc 8h.w Collin McArthnr, nnd "
"I came to lenrn if you mm nearn any ;eB McUan have been destroyeo. i at- gqjml to tllCtll have PVer been
thimr of that missing woman ?" began terson saved his children at the last
the re,rter. moment by t.lncing tliem in the centre of 8hown ,n t,)e cjty
"Yes, we have,'
"No, 1 have not been killed or com-
Aahcville, N. C.
their preferences. In both of these cases
the voters were ellectunlly dislrnticliiscd
How much better this it than ititimida
tion or other methods complained of un
tier the old systems we are not uble to Lm Mr Kogers,"
see. Certainly with every tlesirc to see A1U vou hllvr t
the sullrage Incintaien nmi purmen, we
cannot couuteniinceu plan which subjects
1111 honest man to the deprivation of his
inestimable privilege becuusc he cannot
make his way to the polling booth iu
due time, or getting there, unable with
out instruction to disentangle the muteof
nanus nnd offices which inevitably ier-
iilexyhim. The whole thing as it now
appcurs is n fud, a fashion, a furore, to
HUBS UWay use uvuer cuueuicrui nuu,,,,.
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she replied quietly, "1
a nlounhcd field.
Severn! well connected young men of
rtltf l.rk. Stan ev county, were sus-i
.w.l nf haviuir a hand in the burglaris
ing of B number of stores In that vicinity . n i . ol,Hollltelv fOfltblock
Iklore but action wt s taken tne young .
So.metuinu Nkw. We offer
but out ot which, at nn experimental es
say, something practical and beneficial
muy ne evoiveu
mitted suicide. I went away yestenm, V"-fi ,m huW the hirsute alien- , . , f..
n,l the night with friends, that d",hat owrdirectly over the brow 1 1 IObICI y OU uiu iuuikuv, iu.
was nil. 1 forgot to tell the family and
and they were worried."
The door closed with n bang,
Celia Ray and Fannie Angel, two col
ored women, were fined $3 each by the
Mnvor this morning for cursing. Ben
Lee, who wus charged with fighting,1
was discharged because of the absence of
ofold father time and eloped. I T n liuMu ni.1 PiiSiilmn.
The movement on foot at Winston to s.- r.,
also for Men and Boys. They
ttre."m ro guaranteed not to dye,
the factory ha been received, and aow m-WM,
nm nl those most tntercstca in ne en- vi tu-a. vi iuuikict."i"
terprlse are endeaYoring to incrtaat I thel
stock to $200,000 which would make It refunded.
the biggest plug factory lit tne state.