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Asheville Daily Citizen
f FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three llnea,
One Time, 3ft cent. Three Time., HO cent..
Sis Timet, 78 cent.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
IJC. PER HVNDRKU,
VOLUME VI. NO. 87.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A pliuro planned nnd devel
oping IIS u
Situated in the : .
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henltli
fnliiitH and beauty of
An elevation of a,HOO feet,
It is being liiid out with
UxMvi fiiul skill, with well
imlcd roiuls and oxtniv
A desirable place for tint
A good oppoi'Uniit.v for
piolitalile invent meats. For
illustrated paniplilt. nd-
UNVIILE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mn-vlll-. OTIlcticll Co., N. c
CIU-TIOT. SATI'.BN ANI
IT.AS'NIX SHIRTS J I 'ST
IN. LADIIvS' lll.AZKKS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CIIIM
USliTT liS JUST RliClilVlil).
ao SOUTH MAIN STKliliT.
ilil B. MAIN HT., AHHIIVILLU.
1 TIIK 1'I.ACK FUN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WI.TK B, OWVH, W.WKT.
(Succour, tu Walter R.Uwynl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loan Securely Placed at t
CummlHlnncra ol iH-ed.,
Of FICK-Moutheaat Court Mquare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
lonn. Me urely placed at 8 per cent.
tlAJiv.: a Ik ill) ration Ave Second (lour.
fr hllil 1
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouldn't huy tlmlier land., mineral prop
crtlea or A.hcvllle Krai K.tntc t
Then call on it; Horatio, and we will kIvc
thee thy money, worth.
W. ean Mil thee a houac lot, lend thee stick
el. to erect a dwelling t hereon, and In.itrr
the .nine In anr I'lre Insurance Coniiany
dnlnH tinalne. In thli Mate.
Ol ve u. call, Horatio I
JENKS ft JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 ft lo, McAfee Block,
88 Pattoa At.., AibcTltle, H. C.
IT U nut triune the riht nnd reuxunuliU'
prices that we name fur the Roods we Hell
that our claim to your patrunaKC mainly
lilt HterlUiK excellence of our UrueericM
nnd the untinprunclial'le nuiiTUy that
timructerUeii every article we ufler for lule
liould be well eutmldert'd.
It no I kit a cu refill examination (irHlt-om
puriHtni of our Knt nnd price. All
wc unit U tlinl yuu xliuuld exm-lse your fnc
ultieM In your own Ik-tin If, nnd In: KulHiti In
your dcehtiun by the knuwltdye thim oli
tnlnetl. A. D. COOPER,
Staple and Fancy Grocvrlc,
During the month of A u-
giint wi want to close out
everything we have in (lie
line of Summer (ioods. Wt
arc going to lui.v a big stock
for tlie Fall and Winter am
we want no money locked ii
in (iootls to carry over. V
have some beautiful patterns
in FloutningN and Allovers
Unit we will Hell ho cheaply
t hat it would he economy to
Iniy even for next Summer,
ns oiiecaunol have too many
Wliitt Dresses If you need
a blanket or a ( 'omfort t hese
cool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new line of (SLnghnms in Fall
ShadeH liave jiiHt come in,
and nregoing to busohl very
low, iih in our habit with all
ourUoodH. We have about
nix lee Ocntu Freezer of the
season's lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
Cromiet Sette and Ham
mocks of us cheaNr than
anybody elw. Our Store is
headquarters for all soi ls of
I lousckccping conveniences
of which wo ask an inspec
('Oiui! to see uh before you
buy Shoes of any kind ami
you will Have money. ICvery
tliiiigar lowest prices at
F. A. GRACE,
( formerly of l.yman A Child I,
Offlce No. i Lcical Block.
Htrlctly a Brokerage RuilucM
l.onna necurely pi need at N prrcrnt.
ATTENTION, FARMERS I
For Tobacco Flues
Taylor, Bouln ft Ilrotlicrloii'H
NO, 43 I'ATTON AVKNCII,
Aui'iit. fur the celchrntril
Plumbing, Steam and
(Jo to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your preHeription
where you will at all tinn
find a full line of puro fres
Drugs and Cheiniculs, and at
low priceH. His prescription
department iH Htocked wit
the puroHt and best Drug
and Chemicals to bo found in
t he market, both foreign am
domeHtie. And you can rent
asHiired that your prescrij
tion will be filled correct am
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescript ionists ready to
serve you at all hourH. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
No. ao South Main Street,
I i) i s and i.oth of
New (loods for Au
tumn just, received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
redactions on Spring
and Summer (ioods
in order to close (hem
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) ha
the remainder of 1 he
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVK
Elegant Drug Stoiu cen
trally located well venti
la ted easy of ncceHH agree-
able to eiiHtoiiierH nttrinv
tivo to nil, by day nnd night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome S(m1h Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinkH all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
CigarH nnd Kinney's (-igar-
ttes Choice Perfumery and
Soaps I'rowription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purent obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
censing, public confidence
secured, wueceHH attained
Asheville lccomcs the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
usy to say more to-day.
IV C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville. N. (!.
V. M. C. A. MXTI KI! II AM.,
FRIDAY, At'Ul'ST Ijtlt.
N.:iO ll'CI.I IC'K,
DR. A. T. PORTER,
, of I'hnrU'.loii, H. C.
EGYPT .-'H0LY LAND.
AMllNIITIIIil'YKAMItm! I I'TIIU Ml. It!
I'cnMinnl Ini'lilcnt. nntl OliMiTViitliin.. t'lt-
rlou. iiiiiiiiM'r. oi tlir llM.vpiliH 'I hi tWti
oiiIiin of the Ik'MTt.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL
ADMISSION, SO CTS.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALKM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The MIHIi Anmuil Hiloii IhkIh. AiixiikI
KMih, 1 win. Mi'hI.Iit Inr liml vnir ,IIA. HH'
Inl r.nlim;-the llceln,ivtil of
Hrnlth, Chnrat'ler nntl Intellect,
llulldltiKi thiiroiiylily n'liiodclrd. t'till.v
equlM-il Prepnrntory. Collritlntr nnd Punt
OrnduAte lietnrtnirntN, lH'.ldc. II rut clit..
ailiiiola In Mnnlc. .(MllcunilCN, Coin.
tnrrclMl antl Indnnlrlnl Htndlrn.
JOHN II. VLIIWIILL, I'rliiclpul.
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
QUAY'S THICK CUTICLE PRICKED
HK MAKI-:a A PHRHIINAI,
BUT IT DOES NOT REFER TO ANY
MIVICK AMI ll,KlU
III. I. TAKKN t
Wasiiinhton, August Tin- liuirtli
M-ik'Hiif the n'iiililii'iin wiiiitiiriiil ciiii-
t'UKVN lll'lll lit till' l'lllilll. IiikI llifjlt 111I-
inurnt'il Himplv Ihciiiw mi nm-nu'iit
win i 111 1 M NI I lf.
The iliwiiKNiim nIiiiwi'iI that tlinv win
l.pi wiiiitui'H, who lor one iviisnn or ,111-
otlii'riut willing toiiiljoiirn without llic
clivtioii dill In iny ni'ii'il iiiuii.
Washington, August !.". When the
wiuitci'iinvt'iieil (his morning Mr. Oimv
iniiilr 11 K'BMinnl i'.il,iii,'itiiiii ns to 11 re
mark iiUriluiU'il tu hi m in n ivrtain new s
iiiiK-r report of n repiililiemi eaueiis last
infill, ne 11.111 iieeii repiesenteil iih any
mi; thiii he 1I11I not wish to have Soul li
em nieiiilH-rs ol the house ol represeiiln
Uvea "yelpiiiK ill hi. heels," urt-.l on l.v
llie KiK'iiker. Mr. (Imiv sniil he lutil mmlf
' ,. , . 1 .
no mien reniiira, nun nun inmlc no re-
lleetion 1111 the ilistini!iiislieil nresiiliiiu
oniecr 111 1 He oilier liianeli ol eonivss.
.Mr. iTve moved lo moeeei In the eon
siileriilion of the river mill harbor hill
Mr. l-.iliiiiinils ilematiileil the ve.is and
nays, wliu h resnllril III! yeas to S nays
so the hill was taken an. Tin- ivmilili
eans vnleil with I he ileiiiner.its lor the
einisiileratioii ol iheliill were Allen, Cnl-
111, taxey, liavis, Itixon, l-'rvi, Mainler-
son, Mitehel, I'owers, iinav, Sawver,
Sherman. Sipiire, Stoeklniili;e, Wash
I111111 mill Wilson. o Iowa. Tin- eihl rc
inlilieaiis against takint; tin the loll were
lllair, Ciiineron, I.iIiiiiiiiiIs. Hale. I lis
eiH-k, Hour, IiikiiIIs anil Saiulers.
Mr. Ilainiiton himiii! askcil Mr. I rv
to allow hint lo have a Lill taken up lot
letion, Mr. l-rve ikvlineil ami sanl that
he I111I nskffl the liiianee eoiuniitttr to
let hill) haw two ilavs lor eoiiHiileratioii
f tlu-jiver anil harlior Ix.lt anil that hi
shoiihl ask the senate to remain in ses
sion tn-iii'irrow until the hill was liu
ishcil. lie ilul not livl in IiIk i I v, time
lore, to yiehl any time tin-any oilier Inl
ine. i mitliher ol eoiumiiieeameuiliuenl-. i
the hill were aj:ieil to. iiiehiiliuu an i
ereaw in the niinroori.it mil lor Iht
'hio lesion. S. C, li: r from s:t.",n 0111
Talk l Powdvrl lirliiuiuit oi-
Abont Will, Hie CeiilrMl.
XliW VoKK, August l.". MeiiilK-r ol
the Kni)4hl of l.ahor exprehstil the opin
ion this morning tli.it the eonipninie i
whiell the striker, will return to work
woulil be reached when I'owiUrly ami
the niemliera of the general exeeutive
iMiard ealleil on Vii-c-l'n-a. Wehli. I'roni
the talk of the railroad men. however,
this seeiiia In lie over eouliileuee on the
part of the strikers, for it is stated that
the eoniiiiiiiv will at. mil liv die soil it ami
letter ol its statement that lime would
he tin enmprotnise.
en I Sunt. oorhces said (Ins iiioriuiiu
l nut lie waa tireil ol Inuring alH,ut tlie
sir ike now 11 ml tlion'lil it was lime lot
veryone to nree dial it was over. Mr.
oorliee would not sav anviliiiiu ulioiii
the nrohahle visit of I'owilerlv lo the of-
I do not know," said he, "the pur-
hikc 11I hi. inteuileil visit, and have no
iden whal proposals he iiiuuds to make.
erliaps lie imiv not eome here ai all.
Now I rinu't think then' i iiineh lalkiui:
reipiiml. They all know liai the eom
panv i Koin to do. In relereuee to tin
Inkers, we have aeteil as laiilv u we
mill 111 the mailer. We don't ami
many more men row. 1 he Ireihl vnnl
at Si'xty-liftli slreet is all riyht iiKiiin. We
ill run the last ol the old liemhl out tu-
lav, mill hy to-morrow we mil Ik- in (he
same eotiililii in wewere lieliire the strike
look place. While we still keep the im-
lice around u we tear no danger. Inn it's
just ii well to lie on the .ale side ol
The luissenuer service m the ilciiol is
Work In the IIouhv.
Wasiiim.tiin, August In the
ouse to day Mr. Ilaldeit, of New Vork,
made another unsuccessful cll'orl to se
cure tlie passage of the M tiale lull urnnt
intl lenvi'iif iiliseuee In ht ilieiueniployes
(he litstom scl vice. Mr. Kerr, ol
Iowa, nssumiiiu the role ol nlijeetor in
I'he house then proceeded In the con-
siilcrution of the coulercucv report nit the
linliaii iippropiiiiiion inn.
IJllV 'l.lll II Ilt-llll lot.
I Ins I os, AiiKusl I,". The Winliehl
Scott Hancock post, of Savannah, (ii
were ruvatly enlcilained lit llevcrly yes
terilav mill alteuileil n liauiiicl in llic
evcnniK. A I x-ii ii t I 1 1 ly eiiuslrneteil ami
inm-rilK-il Ik-iiii pot wa presented to the
(jucsls who presented twoliaiinera to the
liilin N. Llnpinail piisl, ol llevcrly, tlicir
FCHrN Nkiink lllroilitiln.
I'kisiott. Ari., A lie list 1, j. Moses
Moon- has arrived hen from lersev Cilv.
snlfcrin with a hilc rei-eived on therifit
font from ii skunk. As two cases ol skunk
liites huve recently proven latal in the
luhliorhiioil, one ol tliein ileveliiptnu a
well-ilcfmeil i-asi- nf livdrophiiliiii, Mr.
Moore Has lell Here lor I lie I nslcur insti
tute, New Vork.
I-'oiik'iI Mini Kwiirr,
Ciiani.iiston, S. C, August I In the
iitiliheiin niiuiuiiitinii convention in the
Seventh eotiitirssionnl district, inaliilv
colored, the dclceates foiiKhl and cursed
eh utlter in piilihe nun private. I'.vety
iK-rladvc il ililiiinatioti, with Afru-
Aincricnii revisions tiuil iiiiiri)venieiits,
was hroiiKht to lienr.
Omaha, Neli., August 15, The Stud-
itemiH-ritticeonvetitiiin Inst night iioiiii
tinted Jim, llnyd, of (linaliii, for xov
JAN.Ml llOI.H I1I'.AI.
i' inner or Mr. c. A. mIc-IiuIn, ol'
Spt-clul to The Citizen -
Mausiiai.i., ,. C., AtiKtist 1 .1. James
Nichols died this nmrniiiK alter an ilh.ess
ol' several months. lie was ahinil tin
years ol'anc, anil father in' C. A. Nichols,
ol Asheville, nnd uncle of lion. II. A.
;o a in: a it, iidirou,
ttnutl Work lit-iuic Hon.- to t'Uiiii
tlie I Hy.
Sanitary Inspcctnr Weaver said yeler-
day : "Nearly all who have l.eeu nolilicil
toeoniieeUhcif houus wilh the sew. is.
have iiriunisrrl to ilo . , oc
in, ilo not eoiuply will iH-iki-until In
it, us the city will ahead and do tin
work and ehai-Ke them lull value. Tin
surface closets tuiist fjn,
"The old huihlinvr called thc' liiick Ho
tel" is one of the lillhii si places in lown.
Water is slaaditiH eiiiitiiiiiallyinllieli.ise
uieiit, ami our only icincilv is iiicoiulcmu
the whole lliini; and have it torn down,
which will he lone as soon as possible.'
"The L'i'iienil health ol thecitval ores-
em is nootl. No new cases ol lever Imri
liccn nporUil i !us veik; in lad, llun
is ery little typhoid lever in the city.
Mauv ol the c-ims supposid to he iv
liiioid arc simple liilious or some other
eoiapar.il ive!y harinlcss levers which an
incidental lo.iiiy place oi cliuiaie,"
lr. Weaver is ihiiu all iiwliis power In
iK,-iicr ine saiuiary coiiiliiioa ol lite town
ami lie will have I hcco.opi rat ma and cu
eouiiiKeinenl ol evu v elc. r hc.ulcd ami
licall li di sii iiiu ctl izeu ol Asheville.
At Kalci;;hthe lolloiiiK is p'tUMicd
"The local hoard ol health will lie lad
In receive eoininiiiiicalioiis i ver the sig
natures ofcili.eiis, coucci niaj; auv exisl
iiiK evils which may need .ilicali ,ii , tin
sanitary liuicaii. Anonymous and iiinc
liahle enmplaiiils w ill not l,e considered.
It is i In- pin pose ol ihc sin.i i iiiieiiilcui of
henllli, lo make all coiiiii.ioils cotilidcu
lialasa rclialile sotitvc ol inlormai ion.
hut in ease ol rcipiiiiu Hie assislaiae ol
llic conns to leineiiy evils, he most have
the Ik-si nnd umsi ichaliii oaekiuj;."
IMi.lKT A Nil SOU. I tl I I-.
Ilul Nol in I In- I'onii li. wiili li 11
The item uoiuy the rn"iiis ol ilo Male
press lo the eliiel that Major V. A.
I'l-ahani, w ho is a caii.liiia', .,i tin- nom
inal ion tor coi'r, ss on li e ili'iii,,ci atic
lickcl ill t In- I: . h di-i 'i. , w. s ;,pos, ,1
to the suli-lii usury liill.uas i-.i lie, : t , tin
alien: i. ,n , a i,,a c,,ihm,,n il.isi aun
'IIK. lie is I'l'i-ndin- - lie .lal, e-i:ii-ei.-ion
of I he l-'annci"' lli:iitce in this cilv
"llisu fact thai lam ooiioscd lo llic
hill ii. us prist. in shape," in s.ii 1, ' In, 1 1 am
li art ami soul lor us pmicipli s. As it if
a v it allowsa warili'.ii-cniily lor those
I'oiHilies thai nainaUv pro. 'nee a hah
nillioii in crops and in my liistncl I In:
ivoiihl ailow ,, oitlv one warilimise.
,i,ti: ;s ,il , i.c c, in,: - laal ,.,o.i,,it tin
iiiiiiied amoiiiii. I n course il would Is
in v duly il elcelcd to wmk l.ir the liesi
inleresis ol inv disd i.i and I could inn
do that and vote lor llic siili-lic.isurv lull
as it now is. '
A WOM AN WOK I II O..MMI.
HHc Ih Over loo Vt-nrM out Too
niMl Hitiarl Vi l,
KlNosTiiN, N. V., Aunsl Hi. Mr ln-
horah Power eeleliralcd her lootli
hirlhdayat l.ansinulanli last wuck. In
isiti she married William rowers, a
school teacher. Tiujclhcr they Ih-kiiii the
matiufai'tiire of floor oil-eloihs in lsi'l.
Several years later Mr. I'owers was la
in My liiirued and Iroui ihat time his
widow has hccti at the head of the linn.
mill she is also the senior iiiuiiIkt of tin
liankniK linn ol l I'owcis ,V Sons. Mrs.
I'owers has loiimlcil and ciiilowcd mil llil
l.ailic' Home. Her wealth loucthcr
with that ol her sous, is estimated at
from $o, ,riiiii,iiiiii to S:t.i ii h i.i n ii i. A a
cciitciiui iau she possihly has lew cipials.
retaining every locally, save thai ol
IT .hi: A NX .At'!',.
MeelliiK t.f Hie Iviuiieror ol' tier
any mill Hit- I'nir.
Vil XNA, August l." The I'n iiulciilil.il.
eoiiiiucui ing on ICuipcror Williams' visit
to the Onr, says his tnaiesly's visit to
K'ussiii, is n lavoralile sytuptoiu and can
not lad lo ililliu me isaceliililevelopmeuts.
His visit lo the t'ar will he followed liy
a iiitvtiug wilh the I'liipcrnr of Ausii ia
in Silesia, and I his will lie u valuahlc enn
lirinatinn of in-ace. The first meeting
will iialui'ally liave a rellcx action upon
llic second one.
TrlckM or I lie IlirtlH.
I-'ioiii llic lltnitiMi Mniiiiscrliil,
"I wii much iiiuuscil one allci'iioou,"
snysuii ohstrvunt friend, "liy a link
lainily scene on a twig of an elm lice,
where a llyealchev had her tiny luood ol
live, just out ul the uesl all is'iehcil in a
row. She wasleeiliiig thciiiauil the little
dots look their rations with gicul eon
tent as nllcii as the niol her eaiighl an in
section! Ilew hack with the morsel to
each oN.-u Is-ak in turn. The regularity
with which she kept account, lulling one
niter aunt her in exact order from top lo
Imltom ol the row, was very interest ing.
Presently one small eluip gicw itnpa
tieut and while the mother was away
llutlcivil over and crowded himscll to t he
pl.uv nexl tu the liirdlast led exactly as
il hi-planned to gel the next liv, lie' sat
there, looking very solnr ami innocent
when the mother rcliirncil, lint she saw
the trick at once and gave the liy lo tin
right liird, nhiskiug (he iulei Inpcr, us I
landed, wilh her wing as she passed him
liy wuy of cutliug his cars. I'rohalily la
wn the rogue of ihc family and she knew
him loo well."
Hired Women liuilierN.
Priuil ii I, mill Ilriiueli l.t lti-r.
I leal lied this week of n new device on
the in r t of ii hold keeier to draw truile.
Nolniiig ii huge erowil collceled aliinit a
liiitliing phiee on which were situated
the hath houses anil pavilliou of a very
urdiiuiry hotel, I journeyeil thither lo
sutisly ii not uureasouiilile euriosity.
The erowil was engaged in looking at
three young women . who had emerged
frnni the water. The women were Inirlv
hanilsotne, nnd owned line lorms, whiell
were somewhat lullycxhiliilcd. (me had
il full lialhing ensliiiiie ul ei iiiisuu, the
second wore pale bine ami the nlher
wore while, They displayed mi cm
liarrasstncnl as they wiilkeil along
with il niiiltitti'lc of eyi-4 resting upon
them. The .tilling women, I w as lold,
were employed ley the linlel-keeiH-r for
the purpose ol attracting a crowd to his
lintliiiig-hoiises and pavilion. They serve
their purpose suetesslully nnd their ein
phiycr must Ik mure ingcuiiis than tlie y
TIIHY MAY Yl'T WIN IT
Ml TH'KliT NAMIill IN HOI'TII
Tin- Mlralulit oul lii-niocralH Have
Still al liance lo Curry Hie Htate
anil Ileal Oul Hie HepubllcaiiH,
tola miiia, S. C, August 15. Ncillur
convcniiou, Tilliuiiii or iinti-Tillman
noiniiiated a State ticket and so IheliL'l
is .iilioiirued till Sepieinlier. The News &
Coiii'iersays: "Wiihanylhing liki-orgair
minion and proper activity oil the purt ol
the stiaightoal democrats il will lie prnc
licalilc in i scenic a clear innjoritv in the
!-'citi .'in coavcntiiin against Tillman,
I.'VHT ,11111, AT 1-OKl.M.
Illfl He Coiniull Hulelile Tlieil
I'.i.m I.N, Aiigusl 1.1. I ir. Stephenson ol
Adrian, Mich., who w as a nienilier of the
.Medical l ongicss in Merlin, is dead. His
ilealh has inaile a sensation here hy rca
son ol the peculiar circumstances attend
u'g it. I In the evening lieliire Ins ilealh
Ih'. Stephenson nut scveralol hismedieal
colleagues, with w hom he plavcd a game
ul poker, I'hciicMihiv he was found
dead m his room. The peculiar circum
stances id his death am 1 lie rumor Hint
he had losl ij,-ii,iHMi in 1 lie game of poker
rue uigiii i it-lore aroused the suspicion ol
me auinoiiiies nun itiev ordered mi in
ve,siigai A postmortem was held
and the verdict was that lr. Stephenson
li.nl died ol litai l lailure, siiieriiiduccd liv
rphine. It was mil thought that the
morphine was taken Willi suicidal intent
I lie result ol the post uioi leiii does not
However, aiiay ine sensational rumors
that arc tu circulation.
SOAP WORKS l-XIM.OMION.
Nix Pi-rsiuis arc l atallv Healcled
anil Seteuly Injurefl.
l'l.-oiuii:xi'i;, k. I., August 1. 1. A ler
I'iMe explosion occurred ill the Kendall
soap wot ks here. Seveatv sersous were
liailly iiiiureil lie the tuulicrs ami hot wil
ier, w hile ten arc in n linn less condition
in lag liiirued almost to ilealh. Six ol
these will die licvond u ilotilil. There
ire no hopes ol their recovery.
Take I'll a Colleellou.
An. i si a, C,.., August 1". At the eol-
nvd repiihlicaii ineeting in Sandersvillt
to reorganize Ihc parly in the county,
.Noah olins who is tiraetiea v the
lender of the colored folks in this cotintv.
was elected chairman. Johnson said
that llic negroes of the south had lieen
oniplciclv ignored when there were an v
.Hi, is lo give out, and that he lor one
was Hit,! nt the wav the negroes were
used, lie wanted Harrison to know ol
his disgusl. "Il l just had niniicv enough
ami sense em mgli. I would like lo go ii
in Harrison, snake inv linger in his luce
i uh nun whal 1 Hunk ol mm, lie
.l''.lA'V ul- OiXSIinriiXCI!.
Him. John A. Ituchaiiaii wus rciiomi
lulled lor Congress liv the democratic
convention of the ninth district ol Vir
An injunction against and receiver lor
the I oiisohilaied l.nnd, l.umhcr auii
Transportation Company of North Car
olina have Ik-cii iisked ill the Tinted
Stales Court al llalliutore.
The imports of foreign mercliaiidisc nt
San l-'r.-Hicisco during July were valued
nt u lil lie over tour million dollars; for
seven months, $L'7.linn,oiMI ; for the same
time lasl year, :tl ,r,all,llllll.
The si,l-rvisor of the census author
izes the sLyteinenl thai in round nuiuliers
the present population of Vermont is
XI-', '. The eensits return of ISSH
gave the population as .'l.'I'.M'Mi,
Col. Whcctock C. Neuzey, of New
llninpsliirc.nl present one of the inter-
slate commerce commissioners, is the
new li. A. K. eoiiiiuainler in chief, he
ll oil is the place ol iiiccling next year.
Iiiiues Phillips, of Ailumsville, Tenn..
has lit en engaged lot sonic years ill sell
ing w hiskey Hi violation of ihc four mile
law. Wednesday twenty-live leading
women sent a notice to Mr. Phillips
lo move his whiskey out ol town, lie
declined lo do so. The women then went
to his shop and spilled the liiptur and
notilieil him that il he renewed the traffic
in spirits they woulil hickory-whip him
mil ailiiiiiuster a coat ol tar and leath
I'he conlcrcnce report on the fortiliea-
lioa appropriation lull liaslicen agreed to.
There is thought now to Ih- little pros-
peel 1 1 procuring a uuiililiciKion ol the
Inly on tin plate.
Scnnlor Teller introduced n new silver
hill providing for free coinage of silver
when the market price ol .til't grain
ivaehcs one dollar.
It is sanl llic Louisiana lottery is-ople
havcollcicil Ihc republicans ill Congress
lo return seven Congresinail Iriiiu l.oti
isiana and Iwoirom Arkansas ifnoaiili
lotlery legislation is enaclcil,
Syria has liccn dreadfully invaged liy
Nl c ,1 in nnd Hood, nnd the losses attain
the dimensions of a national calamity.
Many H-rsoH have been drowned.
The London Times ha n linunciiil
statement front lliicuos AyreR tu the el
icit lhat $.,iiii,iiiiu,iiiili passed through
the hands ol ex-President Celnian, of the
Argentine Iveonblic, iind that thecouutry
ccrived link- licnclit Iruin it.
Mr. Whitelaw Keid, l iiitcd Slates inin
ister lo Pi mice, informed the l-'rcuch
minister of foreign allairs that he has
communicated to Washington llic desire
cVirissed liv the consular conference re
ceullv held in Paris lor a milder applien
t o ul iif the Mekinlcv hill.
..I 77i .S"M 77; XliWS,
A great tvvival, cniidncteil liy Rev. 15.
W. Smith, is in progress at Koeky Kiver.
The interest is vcrv great. Twenty-two
persons connected ihcuisclvc. with the
I'reslivteriaii church there ill one day.'
Al I'over Station, twenty miles went
nf New llerne, on lltr Atlantic and North
Carolina railroad, a man of the name nf
Hint's, while assisting in coupling enrs
wa caught between the ears nnd hi.
brains mashed out.
In addition to n large force nlrcndy
winking on the streets of the new Weal
laid at Winston a cunt met lint been
closed to put on n force of u hundred and
fifty men to finish the boulevard, the
principal streets mid drives in sixty days.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIIH MARK RBOI8TBRBD,
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
CureH I-:very Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BI.8B.
Has enrned for itself
the enviable rcputn-
lion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
,sK-edy relief and cure of every variety of
Unit common trouble, Hf.aoaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiarters, proves its true merits and
leceptiihility to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
l-'or its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
lisnrrungc the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The cculiiir advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable ns u cure for any kind of head-
lehe without respect to cuuse leaving
mi unpleasant or uunoying after-effects,
:is in the case of other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These iunlitics make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
HIKUCTION8 FOR tIKB.
The dose fur an ndult I. two tca.poonful.
in a wine kI.m ul' water. Vote for children
in prupurliun, according tu .kc In either
cum.- Iht- iloic can be repeated every thirty
mimic, until a cure i. effected. One dune will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
if tuken when Arst fetllmi the premonitory
synipium.i but if the attuck I. well on, and
ullerinR Is interne, the H-cond or third done
may lie required, t'.uiilly a greater number
of done. i. required to effect the brat cure
than is needed fur any succeeding time there
after, .hnwing thai the medicine i. accumu
lative in iu eUtcts, tending toward an event
uid permanent cure.
1'or sule at
46 & 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Oimnaite Rank of Aaheeille.
Dry (JooiIn, Fnni-y (ioods,
anil Notion, I auv I'urtniiiH,
'nlilc Linens, Towels, Nn-
kins, I oi interim new, Mntu
ioods, urn Linliroidi'i-icH nt
irinii; cost. All Domestic
i Is, iiii-luriiiij;' Pride of tlio
West, Wniiisiit tu, Fruit of
iooin, l-l i nt Ions nnd 10-1
Slieetinj-s nt prime cost.
We cull Kpifinl nttentioii
to our IniLre stock of Km-
iroidery und Knit t ing Silk,
ZepliyiH, Wools, Silk und
Outline Work. All no nfc
irime post. Ladies' Musliu
'nderweur nt eoHt. Kid
iloven, lltwiery und ltibboim
at unusually low n uvtt.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special solo.