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T A nnncr advcrllicmcntMt.forthfai-i.th.t
Aa far the different method! of ad.er. T
Asheville Daily Citizen
I the liuycr necda to know, with agreeable I
ti.lna arc concerned, the daily paper la de
cidedly the beat. That la the broad, awlft
channel; and when you float yonr boata
apon it, yon are lure of a quick return.
............... .,. ,11c miTcrviKr nCCOB lO
think ufle, "What are the facta that a buy
er ncril to know about my atuft?" And
whut the aclvcrtlaement writer needa to
' think of la, "How con I atate theae facta I
4. in n war to command respect ai well aa at-1
iteiitlon?" J. li. Powers. T
. . . T
I Henry Curtln.
VOLUME VI. NO. 126.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned ami devel
oping ax a
Situated in Mm
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hoalth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of M.HOO feet,
Jt iH being laid out with
twte and Hkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,! , UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlnwlKe, Mitchell Co.. N. C.
full stock Laillea.
MlaMa' and Children.
Wrap. In the lateat alvlce.
Al.o a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
jo South Main Stret.3
33 . MAIN ST.. AHItltVILLB,
1a th rLxca ma
I00KS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and SketchcH.
ape 1 a d
W.LTia B. Owtw,
W. W. Wasr.
GWYN & WEST,
(Kttceeeaora to Walter B.Owyat
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
CommlMionera of Deed.
OFFICK oatktma Court ttoiuar.
UST TO THE H0RRYIN8 FEET I
(f the Hundred, who an eomlnato Aahcvlllr
to apend the Hall and Winter.
All thoai who have houaea to rent ahonld
call oa aa at once, aa wt have ninny applies-
llona for both furnlahed and unfuml.hed
houara, which we are at present nnalile to
JKNKS A JHNKH,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooma 9 A 10, McAfee Block.
Ba Pattern At.., Aahc.llle, N. C,
F. A. GRACE,
We cull your attention to our excellent
MASON'S CRACKERS, BISCUITS, CAKES. AC
We buy thene gooda direct from the factory
and In lui'h qu an title aa to aril them nut lie
fore frrtttiijr atate, and you can always de
pend upon getting them frcab. We keep the
10 Ct. Soda & Oyntcr Cracker
On the market. Our
CREAM BISCUIT AND WAFERS
(ivc antinfacttnn to nil. If you want SWKRT
(toOI'M of any kind don't fail to csunilnc our
Ntock iH-fiire buying
We nlno aril them guoda at whiilrmtle nt
A. D. COOPER.
Corner Main and College Nt.
The best place in Asheville
for working jieople to trade
i the "IKg Racket." We
promise low prices nnd good
goods, nnd where our guar
antee goes with an article if
it doesn't turn out like we
Hay it will we refund the mon
ey. In our exjmrieneewehave
found that well-to-do jieople
nnd rich folks always look
further nnd try harder to
Haven niekel than working
eople nnd poor folks, ho if
we give the latter bargains
nnd tho full worth of their
money we ennnot help selling
bargains toothers. Among
our new goods, of which we
haven, large stock, niny be
found at the very lowest
prieen: All kinds of Shoes,
hand made for men, school
shoes for children, fine nnd
common shoes for ludies,
blankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips nnd trunks, all
kimlH of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and fra nil's, lamps,
wicks, chimneys nnd burners,
chamber setts and tin wan;,
hats and caps, 2.c. up, dress
goods nnd underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
cnpeH and jacket, flannels
nnd Jersey cloth, skirts nnd
skirting goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets and tubs, all kinds
of shoes, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
balb. overcoats, rubbers ami
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF SHOKK-in
fact everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Iluy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Etttaie Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. ae. urely placed at H per cent.
a At 111 I'alton Avenue Mecond floor,
(formerly of Lyman Child 1
Office No. 1 Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIucm
Loan, aecurely placed at per cent.
At lfln chestnut atreeti large hnuw with
well ventilated roome, hot and culd bnth,
cloarta, Ac. Hluh location, near car line.
WH. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U. I. N
la loiated In A.hcville and will practice
Draughting of any dracrlptlon a apednlly.
I'. II. Hi, I HUH.
.(lo to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
when you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
tho market, both foreign ami
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will bo filled correct nnd
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
preHcriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C.CARM ICHAFX
No. ao South' Main Street,
AHheville, N. C.
T. G. SMITH & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON A VIC.
Just arrived new Fall
shapes of Taylor's Celebrated
Hats, second to none in style
and quality. IVioo $4.
la our miit In. and we know the people np.
pro late It, for thry hnve proven It hv their
IMirrnl patronage. Wr think Mint we nre
better prepnred now thnn ever before to give
our cuatnmera the licnent of low prlcra In
tiur Urge ciprrlrnfe nnd Incrrii.lng bu.l-
ncaa .luatlfy ua In making thla atntrtnriit. It
la nredleaa for ua to enumernte the illllercnl
article, we carry. W. aell the
And can nl way. guarantee thrm to give .all.-
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our farillUra for delivering gooda promptly
WIIOI.IMALK AND KBTAIL OKOCUK8,
Cor, Palton Avenut and Mala Street,
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
SOME APPOINTMENTS MADE BY
THE HOl'TH tJKTH I.ITTI.K OK
NIITHINU, OK CM KHi:.
Washington, Sept. ail. The president
tn-ilay iiomitmtcil :
John N. Irwin, of Iowa, governor ol
Alfred A. Freeman, of Tennessee, asso
ciate justice of the supreme court of New
Mcmlicrs of tlic contineiilnl rnilwnv
commission ( pruvl d for '" the diplo
matic una conaiilnr appropriation act I
Alexander!. Cnssutl, of Pennsylvania
Pico. M. Pullman, of Illinois; Henry ('.
Dims, ol West irginin.
Scnipronious 11. Iloyd, ol Missouri,
minister resident nnd consul general to
Smith A. Whitfield, Ohio, first assist
ant postmaster general.
James Lowri Hell, Pennsylvania, sec
onil assistant post master general.
Rock Creek park commissioners: Henry
K. Hoynton, Samuel 1. Longlcy nnd R.
Ross Perry, I). C.
Frederick X. Dow, collcctorof cusioms,
district of Portland ami Falmouth,
Kichard H. Jackson, Alaliama, ensign
The nomination of Frederick N. How
to lie collector ol customs for the district
ol Portland anil I'almouth, Maine, was
confirmed Iry thesennte.
Cuban Tobacco KuhIiIiik In.
Kkv Wkkt. I'la., Sept. Mil. Culmn to
bacco is lieing rushed into the l'nilcd
States through this port in large quau
tilics. Three thousand, one hundred ami
eighty-tight b.'rlcs of wrapju'is have liceu
imported since the l.'lth inst.. and lust
Wednesday niglit the strainer Maseotte
was laden to her utmost capacity with
lolincco. There is now in the bonded
warehouse the largest cpianlity of to
bacco ever stored lure nt any one time.
Much is lieing bought on SKculation."
A Home lor l-:x-(tlavcH.
Wasiii.notos, Sept. JO, Representa
tive Miller, ol South C irolina. has intro
duced a bill appropriating $l,iMMi,0liii
for the erection ol a home where disaliln!
ex-slavcs inn v he cared lor. He also in
troduced n bill making an npiiropriutioi
of $J"ii).oiio lor a monument to com
memorate the valor and patriotism in
negro soldiers who fought in the union
army during the war.
Home ofFrauUlln'H Money.
Piiii.aiu i.I'IIIa, Sept. 30. A iK'tition
has lieen tiled ill the orphans' court of this
city by the heirs of Ileiiiuiiiiti l-'rnnklm.
prnvuig that the ruin ol $100.1)110 now
lirhi by the board of citv trusts and
known as the "1'ranklin fund," Ik-turned
over to them. The ground lor the claims
ire that the provisions ol the will are in
violation of the law and therefore void.
Tried lo Kill a kIiik.
Viknna, Sept. 30. A reporl is current
here that a ilelilierate nttempt was made
iikjii the lives of King Alexander, of Sei
vin, nnd his brother, ex King Milan, nt
llclgrade. The young king and his father
were deliberately tired nt by some one in
the crowd of Siectntors.
And H0011 lo be .tlarrled.
KicilMoNii, Sept. 30. Lewis M. t'irib-
bin, n well known tobacconist was loiind
dead in bid yesterday, having shot hiin-
selt with n pistol, lie was to be man led
the Hlh of Octolier.
(1,500,000 Worth ol Tobacco.
Nkw Yokk, Sept. 30. The steamer
Spnridam, from Kotterdaui, which ar
rived yesterday, brought 0,'iOU bales ol
Sumatra tobacco, valued at Sl,."ii 10,01 III.
Carllule 011 Hie Tariff.
Washington, Sept, 30. In the senate
to-day the conlcrcniv report 011 the tar
iff bill was taken up anil Senator Carlisle
addressed the Kiiarc.
Home! or the Truths) Thai He In
Telling at WIIiiiIiikIou.
Prom the Messenger's Report.
Character is the immortal part of man.
Opinions have no driving force : convic
tions like the steam in the boiler, will not
only carry the vessel, but it will pull the
Ireiglitcd tons tied to it.
I will pay the wnv ol a committee ol
ten men to Cnrtersville where I live, nnd
ifvougo there nnd find n Haw in tn.v
Christian character, I will surrender my
license, ouit preaching 11 ml unit the
church; I want you to make the trip to
Cnrtersville or shut vour inoiitn, one.
Von know wc .Mclhndistnlichcvciti tail
ing from grace. The only ililference in us
is this, when n Methodist falls, we say
he has lost Ins religion; when 11 Presby
terian falls wc say he never had any, and
one is in as bad a fix aallie other.
I want tosiiy.justnt this point, I want
you to feel perfectly free a nil easy in these
meetings; if you want to laugh, laugh,
it will do von good. The Lord knows
that if solemn preaching would have
saved old Wilmington, she would have
had on wings right now.
You good preachers arc running the
devil out of this town mighty rapid, run
ning him like 1 saw a dog running 11 hug
onci the dog was in front.
If I had Iki'ii as long here as you Wil
mington preachers) linvc, nnd had done
ns little as voiijlellows hnve, I wouldn't
ask nnvlodv to endorse me.
Take these little newspaier reports
that you have seen. My Lord! It that
is 11 If I knew olSain Jones I would hardly
apeak to him invscll.
If there is one thing I can't stnud, it is
stagnation. Stagnation is the last sta
tion this side of dnmnntion, and when a
fellow gets there his baggage is generally
checked through nnd he goes straight on.
And 1 tell you preachers right now, it
you would preach like the Apostles did,
there would oe more prencnert wttn
heads cut oil'.
The preacher that can get tip in his
pulpit and preach the year round, never
snyiug r worn 1100111 ine uipior irnmc
and the deviltry that is going on around
him, the devil brays on that preacher
The ten hours nunc knows ust us
much about the position of hell ns the
most learned scientist that ever walked
If Wilmington were to Tote nn1 Jesui
Christ and the devil were candidate! for
mnvor, thr devil would get two volet to
Christ 1 one.
He Will be HaiiKecl for Murtlerlnic
WooiiSToCK, O.NT., Sept. 30. Interest
in the Ilirchall case steadily rose until, 'is
he was found guilty yesterday d" murder
ing Hcnwcll, it exceeded any thing ever
known in n similar ense in the history ol
Canadian criminal jurisprudence. The
judge said he lully concurred with the
verdict of the jury and at once sentenced
Itirclmll to be hanged November 1 l.
MEETING OF DISCONTENTS.
Hi:i.n in Tin-: roi KT hoi ni:
A County Ticket l-til In lliv I'ii'UI
by "a 'orliou of the 1'nrini-rM
Alliance and KniulitH of l.iibor'
A Mixture of lacuiocralH and
The meeting of a portion of the Farm
er's alliance and Knights of Labor,
called by 11 circular, was held in the com l
bouse this morning anil n ticket put out.
The crowd from the country va 1101
very large and those present were all (lis
contents. The meeting was called lo ol
der at about 11 o'clock by Jus. . (ireeii
wood, who called on Mr. T. C. Morgan
to occupy the chair. Mr. Moigau ac
cepted and Prof. A. A. Hamlet was
Mr. J. N. Morgan, one of the chief lac-
tors in the call ol the meeting, said that
the object of the meeting had abead.v
lieen stated in the printed circular, lit
said that it was a portion of the I'm fli
er's Alliance and Knights ol Labor, mem
bers ot both political partus, and that
they were there to nominate a ticket lor
the county offices. Mr. Morgan moved
that a commit lee lie appointed to s.leet
the ticket. I bis motion was earned.
Mr. Morgan announced that the meet
ing would give the Knights of Labor an
opportunity to make any staleuieiil
they wanted lo. .Mr. i. II. Iiurniiaiu.
muster workman ol ihe Knight 01 Laluos
said: "I will suv that the Knights ol La
bor, lis a bpdv has nothing to do with
this meeting. Applause. Sniiu tiincago
the Fanners' alliance appointed a coin
mitteelo conlcr with tin- K'liglHs of La
bor and the last time the committee an I
with that order, it was decided not 1,
put out a ticket until nMcr the pr.uiari,
t li'ith parlies were In Id. It was also
liciileil that both orders i-hotihl abide lo
ihis. 1 favor a labor ticket, provhUd
1 he Farmers' nlliuni'C and the Knights 01
Labor unite on the movement."
Mr. Iliiriihain Mated that Mr. Morgan
had a right to call I lie meeting and say
'a portion ot the Kmglilsol l.nbor, but
that that order as a whole did nut h.iv.
anything lo do with it.
In conclusion he said : "Iflbe nlliaiict
comes out as n whole, the Knights ot
Labor will g 1 hand in bajid with it, but
it is not proKr lor us to make the muvi
asn portion. It would be dci rnnctiin!
lo both political parties and to both m
gauialious. I Ml that it ueaic divided
against ourselves wc will fail."
.Mr. J. K. Hubosc. on Uhall of the alli
ance, said: "The alliance is mil a politi
cal body and docs not autagoui.e anv
one. I will state that the aliia nee, as a
bodv, has nothing lo do wilh tl.is move
ment." Cant. C. M. McLoiul, cliairtnan of thr
county democratic executive committee.
spoke after Mr. I hi I lose- linndicd, and up
liealed to those present not to have any
dissension, "We have our party lines,"
he said, "and the contest should be be
tween those parties. There is 110 antag
onism between the democrats and III
alliance. We must work together. Then
can be no hope in a dissension. II we
want to make a party tight let us make
it, but a third party would bring hurilul
results. So lar us the democratic party
is concerned, it has nothing to do with
this movement. Disruption can utile
breed mischief. I lcg of you, for the
good of the coiuniuiiilT nudot IliiucinU
county, as it had Into stated that tin
Farmers' alliance, the Knights ol l.aboi
anil the democratic part v have nothing
to do w ith this movement, to work to
gether anil build up this sevtion."
Mr. J. N. Morgan said he wasglud Mr.
Iliiruhain had niHili the explanation in
which he said that he I Morgan I had a
right to issue the call. He said he did
not waul any office and would not have
one. Mr. Morgan also stated that ill,
movement was not in the interest of the
Mr. N. P. Com, of the Knights ol
Labor stated thai that orgauiatioii did
not have anything lo do with the meet
ing. Mr. 1 1 nt ti lu 1 111 stated that the ilemo
eratie part ol the Knights of Labor had
I, 11 in I out tluit Ihe move caine Iroiu ihe
republican part ol that bodv and that
the democrats had withdrawn.
Hr. I. A. Harris, of I'lal Creek, stated
that the Inst democrats and republicans
ill that township were in lavoi ol tins
movement and had agreed lo stand to
gether. Mr Ibillosc moved that the nomina
tions l' made in the ohii ineiluit:.
but Mr. J. N. Morgan alleged that this
wns 11 republican trick iiml raised objec
tion to it. Mr. Ihillosc withdrew' hi.
motion, us he said he did not want to
The chairman then appointed the com
mittee to name the ticket. It was com
posed ol the following men:
J. N. Morgan, W. J. lUcchbonrd, Jno,
Crillin, Will. Knhitisou, I. II. Hacklier.
T.J. Cole, M. W. Harrison, S. . Morgan.
Kobt. Pickens, (. T. Hell, I. Hawkins, L.
Clark, U.J. Morgan, II. I'. ltmknrr.
These retired al IL'.JO and returned in
half an hour with the following ticket :
House ol Representatives M. 1.. Reed,
(dent. I I, A. Harris I rep. I
Clerk of the SiiKTior Court II, C.
Sheriff W J. Wot ley (rep.)
Register of Deeds J. II. Woodwind
Treasurer J. II. Courtney (deiti.l
Surveyor K. II. lust ice (rep. I
Conuiei L. II. Mcllmvcr (ilcnt.l
J. N. Morgan moved that a committee
be appointed to confer with the Madison
county alliance with reference to nomina
ting n candidate lor state senator In nn
this district. The chair appointed the
following: lilishu Clark, A. A. Humlel,
J. . Fox, II. II. Miles, S. Ilvnlt. W. S.
Kntierts.J, K. nrigmitii, vt . 1. I.llcr, ,l.
Thompson and Hdwin Clark.
The meeting adjourned.
loth Hard lilt.
Loniiiin, Sept. 30. -Slavitt nnd MeAtih
iffc surrendered themselves to the police
and were yesterday arraigned on the
charge of committing n breach of the
peace. Thrv were rcniaiidcd until Friday
under 1,000 bond.
DEMOCRATS ALE ALIVE
HOW I.AIK.i; WII.I. IKAIV
I'UHll'ti SIAJOItlTV III',?
''ill llt penclN on How Tlinr.
fuglil the ."Slum l.lNirlcl IH Or
uaiiir.cd lor Hie Work lrog:rcHH
01 Ilie Joint Octmtc I'linii.aiuu
Makion, Mi Howi 1.1. Cot Niv,Scit. L'7.
Alter giving Mr. liwart his physic lit
Spruce! Pine yesterday, Mr. Crawiord
and your correspondent al once slai led
across the mountain. The great alti
tude of Mitchell county ixinost distinctly
shown as you approach tin- summit 01
the lllue Iv'idgi Instead ol the sharp as
cent so characteritic ol nearly all Wes
tern North Carolina mountains, without
being aw are uf II, you Midilculv find
yoiuscll looking inlo the valley of tin
t-at.iu ba I10111 1 111 key Cove gap utti r
passing over pcriccilv level ami apa-
rciitly hotioiu laud. ' 'lie can almost
U ullilully say Unit 11 is dow n lull both
up and down tlic iiiouulaiu. And when
you begin the di scent, and continue to
go down, down, down lor over lout
miles, you led 1 bat truly you have Ihcii
amongst 1 lie clouds.
Night closed upon us us we reached tin
loot ol tin mountain, ami as ten and n
hall miles lay bciwccn us and Marion,
we sloppi'd a I the 1,0 use ot J. H. t iicciilcc.
i.sip, w hue we had a genuine Noi tliCai
"liua rcicplioii. Mr. tircculec is a
wealthy lariuci , anil a gciillemau of Ihe
old school highly intelligent and genu
iiicly hospitable. His cMimable wile is a
sisur ol 1 . S. .Morrison, ol Aslicville, and
wc soon tell at home 111 the large parlor,
talking ol the Asheville o our boyhood.
We reached Mniioii at 1 1 o clock, ami
toimd our mends, llieenciiiy, (the repub
lican:) holding their conviiiliou to nomi
nate county otllecrs. Wc were 1101 able
lo Hud sullicieiit reason lor their action.
as we saw no one who had any idea that
lllcy would Ik elected, tail suppose it was
lone stiupH as a mailer ol lorui.
WII.M S Mil. MA1TI.K Willi I.WMn ?
This convention posipounl Hie hour 01
s'-cukuig tiuld nearly 1 o'clock. Tin
unit house was lull, and Mr. l.wart Ik
an with pei haps a little uioie vim than
usual, occasioned, no doubt, by ihe
thought th.it all the republicans of the
coiiiiiv wcie in town, and that his ac-
iinl ol his slew ard.slnp would lie lakcu
:.tcoi ding lo bis own si.iliiiuut. Hi
,kc lor .111 hour and a iiiiarler, ami
labored hard lo get the "pilch Hot," bill
111. hi-' aiinosi an utter l.olinc. An old
rrnv lianeil gciiiieuiau iiiaiuc iiiikuowiii
sit ling by ourcoi respondent, w lusK-red.
I lid tin icpuiilicans 111 tins county 101
twenty yiais. but 1 cannot Maud lilt
rnoid ol that pai ty during the present
Crawioid was in hue trim, apparently
not the least languid by Ins two weeks
aiup.iiguiii': and long drive. He had
lot spoi.iu leu iiiiuuus Ik-Ioiv, to all up-
IK-araiicr. he II. id the w Hole auillilicc
will) linn, and as ae would lal.e up llelu
iiuriteinin Mr. I. wall s sKnii and
tliiow Ihe while liglil ol trulli upon it,
ihe crowd Uininc wiltlwith applause.
,11,1 viuir tin resi.oudcnl leu lo ealiii tilt
wtl lioiiiid train lar Asheville, the last
loiinds heard wcie shouts ol applause
ind t l.e ireiubliug ol lue old court house
is tin people clitcred him ill his work 01
selling the 11 ,uliucau nominee riglil ix--
loie tne good ko,Ic o .Mil'owell.
talking with prominent ineii iroiu va
rious poiliousol tile county iK'iore tin
peaking Is-gaii gate evidence 111:11 tin
li iuocrnev ol MtHowcll w as lully aw ake.
ami that a lull vote and a handsome inn-
puny aw. ins Crawiord mid lue demo
cratic iioiniutts genu niy 111 .iovciiukt.
lively additional discussion seems lo add
lo lie cut liusiasm which lias glee ten
Craw 'on! since the day of his nomina
tion, litis literally In nig the woods.
1 In Monday wc go to I id Fort, and then
the move will Ik, made onto Ruther
ford, Polk nnd Henderson. Some ol liw
art's li lends, wc understand, in the
western counties advised him lo Willi
Iraw alUT tile discussion nl Webster.
li those trie inls could have lollowcd linn
tbrouuli . nice y, Mitchell and McDow ¬
ell, their advice would now Ik changed
into a demand, from this point in the
liglil 11 looks as it the only ipiesliott is.
how l.ngc will t. law lords majority
Lei till' democrats of every county
-lose ui. tir-'ss ihe liclil, and continue lo
pitss il till NoviinU r. and Crawiord will
Ik- our ut l toligltsslllall liv J..",iio ma
joiity. This is not wild talk. It is .1 dc
lilKiiite opinion made up liolll oliserva.
lions at I lie head ol the column.
Push the tight'. J. P, K.
W '.iiiMiinN.S-pl.3il. I he appropria
tions made by thctirsi session ot thelilty
lirst congress sliow all increase over the
titihieih 1 grtss. 01 s lo,:iia,c,;t, th,
i:-and total being . I .'.'.i'i.'ii,.t l.l.
.1 '.was ('' cthsi:jn:cL
The King of Holland has siillticd n re
laps, , and bis condition is such thai he
is unlit to sign uuy
Prince Hisinntck has proniised Lord
Rost bcrv to visit Sotlaiid next spring il
the political situation in licrmaiiy r
Dining the inoiniiig service at St.
Paul's Caibeilral, Loudon, Sunday, a
man named liaston, w ho was in Ihe con
gregation, look his ow 11 lite by shooting
The sclioolship S.italoga has rem lied
Philadelphia allcr a cruise ol U.iHlllinilc
Ml'. Crisp, ot 1',1'orgin, is regarded us
the coining dcmociatic leader III the
The I'liitt'il Slates senate. Saliirdav.
contirmed the nomination ot tfciieral li.
Uuui to lib, ol New Jersey, lo be' minister
The bank of Mudisoii, at Jackson
Tcini., has suspended. Il was 11 state
bank, with a capital ol .."o.oiiil, Liabil
ilics SiJoo.iMill, assets IS.'i.'.I.OUO.
II. C. Hemp, rear brakeman of the con I
train which caused the disastrous wreck
011 the Rinding railroad near Shoeina
keisville, Pn., Spt, 111, lit which .'1 ikt
sous were killed and thiily wounded,
wns a nested Suttmlnv fit Revnold s stu
lion, Schuylkill county, pp., charged
Died, in Micvnid, at the residence of
Mr. .C. I .oft lev, 011 Sunday, SptcmlKT
L'l, Dr. D. II. Fanner, in thelSlllh year ol
his age. He hud been ill nbout two
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the enviable reputa
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ol ipmi tcrs, proves 11s true merits and
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poiaouuub tirugs us
.(.Mil VKI.Sii, MOKPH1NK,
CllLUKAL A.SU COCA1NU,
aiiiee it does not cuuluiu an atom ol
citlicr ol iiiiM.'. It is ubsolutely free from
iijui'iuus cueiiiiculs, uud cun be tuken by
ouuguuil old without tcur or serious
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no uuniuus or sickcinug ingredients.
i uc peculiar udvuulugcs ol Aulimt-
ijruiiic consist iu us being thoiouglily
icliaiac ua u cute lor uuy kind ol hcud
.mil wutiout respect to cuuse leaviug
nu uiipiciisuul or uuuoyiug altcrtlccts.
as iu 111c cuac ol other so-called "huruj
.ess" rcuicuics. i'liesc nuulities mukc it
uc most populur uud suleublc urticlc in
tie iiiiirkit, wiicicver known.
UIKbt-.-ONS fuK UbU.
The tlusc lor an uduit ia two tca.pooafula
tuu wiiu- Kis.a 01 water. Uuk loreaudrea
u pioportiuu, uicurums to age. la cither
use tui- uom i'mu be repealed every Uurty
uiuuv. uuui a cure ia cnci-led. One .suae will
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u lui.tu wlii-u Ural leciing the premonitory
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uiIviiuk 1. luuii-K-, tuv miiDil tir tttird doat
mu 0c ii-i,uired. Cauaily a greater number
ui uwhi 1 iciiuireu 10 citevi the brat cure
liuu ia ni-ctlcu lor uuy auii-ec-tluig time thcre-
tiu-i, .uohiiik that lue lucdii-mc w aecaiun
.utivi tn iu i-iii-vi-, u-utliug toiaanl aa avcat.
uul iH-ruiuutut cure.
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