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NOTES FROM BRARD'
Blytbe AssignrPersonal Riordan & Co's Report of Yesterday s
: Mention. " I - Traasaotions. ' ; .
Circular Letted Frbiii Su-
much space in our
when the rmarketiwas
Church Conference to' Open
.V4- rv olrlTT-iA. tiro U - ThlS W.
3ut they 7-must
the V Formation of r County
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GENi CLINGMAN REMAINS
Arrangements for Their; Remoral - to
. '-i AshevUle.' '. r k ' '
At i meeting of citdzena lieM . yesterday
tot take action In regard' to the; "proposed
removal of General Clingtrnan's remains, to
ajrevara, jm. u.; ov. i ;, ' Nev Yoi, .Nov. 23. Tnere v was ? no
a firm of the largest merchants Jn. wra,i change of 3ta&Portance ia'the cotton market
have to-day filed A 'deed of assignment of liowiay. Early "LAvervotfl cables were a
tlhelr larca stock of roods ' to J avv Jf less, 1 Mae(T fat raora kf iM I AsaeTiue, a. otraurauee tammauus. vi wi
in ixui ior
thoaeht thev have amole assets- ; to . - pay I wAr mvtinMi n iia rrarrtv iw ir ht I as escort .'on the 1 removal of the remains
AVP.rvhhisr in fulL . Thcv are sood. honest I points.! (January oDened at 5.71. the hteh-1 from Concord to Asheville.
mn and ivere forced into this hy the hard W W no,pay;5q,eci'inefl to wrVnOTrRnonwvaiseiswv uuhibhii
times , and ;'6loW,arauei;:-t; I Yvn ' h.? rAaTfli'-f fiii!v mi " I rvlare Ao be ureDared andeir t2ia direction of
(John -McMlnn. Asa EngSand, Jonn .waters I mint ijikv were -thAllireeat n& record, a committee comTX)sed ot .Ool. J. M. Bay,
and others have retnrnedl home irom tn There aeems little encouraeremeot to buy at Major 31. C Hunti J.; M, Jones, George 6.
west, yraere xney rnaa a, suceeesuw , 1 the moment.1 bnt we consider short -ale I Powell and K. u. JHsuce.
dangerbusv,f.iJ;:'-:c;;i 7 A programs Mmmittee was appointed,
KloRDAN & CO. , I consisting or coi. 'au way ana. vynte u.
of G.! S. 'Powell, Oapt. .Sawyer, Major Smith,
P. M. Miller and Gen. T. F. DavJOson.
, J. , K. Hays passed through to-day en
route to Sapphdiehas ;been4ln Pitts
burg for near a month perfecting extensive
plans relative to the Toxaway property,
,. A sale ot ' the " Adken . T, Allison ; ; livery
business to T. L. Clarke is a matter of in
terest in business circles here.''
vX. v; doing Cuba
- i r .-'A.';"'t:r'--i-iV-S,A-,;X''-11'.
Big Offer Made to General Gomez :
' V tfl Retire. r- v .
TImnksgiving Debate Between W$ke
4 Forest ind Triiyty.f J2f
;?ES5:& for the Approaching Federal
s; Anpther Shooting jrt Yancey.
vjiv- Among the honorary and active pall-bear
: ; . , . . ... ,:7F . ers will be the surviving (members of Gen
sensauon wiougo nw axie-uuca wxu ,.ucn CMnem&n,a retHment. the Twenty-fifth
- A return of 'L. iA aFalls to this cnarge is 1 senouf results as -tne one jasc repprtea. in North CaroMha.
highly gratifying to the Methodists here. I the last Instance Horace Carter, a. brandy l : 1 , :
ganger ana: brotner or juage h. u. oarter, i . rarner v. uib ouuuiciii. s.
t.r.riTdiKtlllejT-foiLtlie TOiroosa ,of dischantim! i Judge H. uarcers in mcnimmu aur
Jspisoopai!4 reewwyv. uaor . jum. - -.--'rrj i.. .. - . ' -: -!.i.iiit
-rid. would fce a credit to a Church-: Of "UBtt. muu upyu iu -V '6 v-
wealth-: It Is . fitted. w-iith all .moder-niim-
provements, Is spacious t and r attractive
' Court TermAn Appproachir.g Marriage
on the goods.
.. Out 15c Plain White Elannei
Onx' 20c Plain iWhite Flannel .....
Our 22 Plain White Ffannel. ,
Our 27c Tlain "White iannel. ;
Our1 33 l-3c Plain White Flonnel."..'.. 25c
Our 48c Plain White Flannel ... ... . . 39c
Our 65c . Plain White Flannel . . . . . ; , 50c
rin 75i Plfliin WhSt FlMneli L 63c ??
Our 25c 30-inch White Twilled Flan-
Our 50c -54-rinch White . Twilled Flan-
nel ... ..... ...... . ..... , i ..... .
r Our 15c" Red Twill Flannel....-,.,.'.
Our 20c Red Twill Flannel:. .'
-: Our '25c 'Red Twill Flannel 7 .
Our 39c?Red Twill FlannelL...
Another limited lot of
i low cases : regular; siie j j
-Raielgh; 'Nov. 23. SupL Mebane is send
ing out a circular letter to the public
school ' teachers ,of the sta;:e, requesting
theni to come together, In trery cotthty in
the state and organize1; themselyes I into
In thecours of ; this letter he has this to
1 , 4. ' -;- - - ;
say touching, the. importance of organiza
tion and united 'effort 'ii "' . P
' 'It -is of y!1 Importance to public edu-
eaitlon for our' teachers to.be organdaed; to
nave united action for- advancement among
our teachers. So teacher is . so wise rbiit
that he :may learn something by coming in
touch witb ihia" lellow teachers'. Those of
you who are better prepared to teach and
who have had better . opportunities than
others, should, meet with -the others who
I & ;G0.
KILLED A BEAR; Sam i Cook, a,. noted
bear hunter and fisherman, of the; Smoky
anounttains, who is in the; City, says that
not long ago he kiHed a bear which weighed
400 Dounds. : The -weatx)n used was. an axe,
while the bear was In a sfuggler with the
are Tnot w well' prepared;
tint irnart "mrirtfi VorahVft orDortuilltiea.
vome togeuier.5 in june.; njwuxvrn - mw-
Cbmpleted. " - '
The building cost near $3,000, The Epis
copalians are ;to be congratulated on their
beautiful church and rectory. .", :
'Extensive Jmprovements are being piacea
on the residence recently purchased by
Mm sWoodbridge of Asheville, and; It Will
soon be ready for its occupamsThas
oroDertv adloins the reese mills and it
is expected that ft will be the residence of
Major IBreese an faimliyi it aarge ana
beautifully located. , ' 5
The competition . among our very nveiy
three liverymen and the hotels is becom
lag interesting.? The prices are very low
for ' horses and veniciee ana tne soixnn
House and West End House have each put
some one, supposed" to be tte owner of the I court of appeals the case -of Parker vs.
Sim. norse was cnox yirom unoer mm,
but he made hls ' escape unharmed. Mr.
1 A; t T J, , 3
Carter, it is said, summoned aid and re-;
sumed is raid, with what result . we have
not heard.-, 'v':- - ' ' -.'
A WAR VETERAN
The .Southern Railroad company. . This is
an interesting case and 3 involves11 many
questions of law. (A history of the- acci
dent and, the two trials 'TBave?neretotore
been published In the Gazette. TbO' last
trial resulted in a verdict for ; tne piainnn
assessing the plaintiff's daihages, at $2,500
and an appeal taken. Thds case was . to
bare beeffi called for . hearing Tuesday
morning. Y Tt will be Temembered that parr
Wages In vHanna's Mines to be Advan6SthlO ,.
REVISITS HICKORY NUT GAP ker, the plaintiff, lost his left arm at Mor-
: AFTER 33 TEARS; '
Washington, Nov. 23.--Inforniation wte'' "
'received 'at-A;fiate';dvamenA -to-day
ganton about two years ago and that- .two SpSxdHiu 'fatogtior bribe 1
liuc iusiuKcuta w u vunu wwi wuia,. f .' "! .r. v '
resulting as above stated.
Local Happenings and Personal Men-;
.:;.-:'. - ' - tlon. ' . . .,.
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A Reminiscence of the war Times
VCajpiture of Genera Robert ,';
.. ' . vv-J : B. Vance; : ' -K :
Veavervllie, N. C, Nov.
Bros, have greatly improved the appear-
The marriage of 'Aliss' Lurline Wads
worth, of this city and Mr. Frank MaDon
ald s of. 'Montgomery, will take place this
.even3pg-a't-A:30. in, the Presbyterian church.
The musical program is as follows: ,.
Negotiations 'are how''being a-ttemptod!
induce. GeneraGpmez to 4bbandqthe,Laj
- surgehts cause and retteeftom'-IIBB'Tstaii! - - ; -' -accepting
a.bonus and a. life pension. .K.,'yV'j
td the Evening Star"
; "i . . , . ... Tanhhauser
IA amart-looking - buggy Jand pair from
23.Roberis Ash659 Passed Esineralda an oh1 Friday
evemnc,raw ana drove down t vol- mr
ance of. their hew dwelling by enciosingi r ?,T r . ;7 , " "ren, ,a" BCv" ..u v
wfthin a well-oainted yard fence. .. J naa,o5 appareaiiuy iprty-y Serenade- .
n .irTh, imorntn ProL ; A. I Shted rom the vehicle and . gazed long
Tast's barn acicdntally caughV fire and I and earnestly vp at the Hfekory Nut falls, Solo--"0 Promise Me
the entire contents were destroyed. .With which rushed over the cliff 2,000 feet above ri r- Miss Bing.
difficulty his cattle were saved. , hi
on the mountain, top,
NORTH iSTKTE NUGGETS.'
. STREET PAVING.-VThe work 4f - re
lavlne: iNorth Main street 'i with Uiew brick
has begun. A number , of hands" ;tare . em
ployed and the old street bed is torn up
for a considerable distance. The sidewalk
along the street is lined with new brick,
and with'' favorable "weather tbe .work? con?
templated will soon be finished.'-' .-"'
KINDERGARTEN PICNiCThe River
side kindergarten recently enjoyed a very
pleasant, little picnic.; The children and
teachers" took a trip toWest ; AshevWle,
carrying their luncheon;, with them," and
picnicking by the wayside. ; The party paid
a visit to a blacksmith ,shop ; where - the I
cnudren- watched witn great . interest .ine
' oonstrucUon of horseshoes.
ciation formtttial benefiti as well 4s for
ihi auW of :publi? education In general
way snail not our
The business men bankers andmerchants
are organized. ; ; We have our dental . association,-
or medical - associaUon our press
association,' our pharmaceutical association
and others' too mimerous to mention; "' All
these organizations mean something, and
have force and effect, each one, in its own
special work. Why . may not the teachers
come together . and : .have some - force ; and
power, not. only in the; county;-where- the
assoctation ; is, . but be .'felt In adjoining
countlesv and still, of -more importance, be
felt in -the. legislature -of' our "state, to 'se
cure whatever legislation is needed from
time to;tlme for the best intres t and :prog
ress of the :: schools?. , ,
"Our teachers, both public and private.
do not make themselves. elt as they should
as ' a ck.ss of men and woaicn, In their ie-
sptive'eounties. To many of our teach
ers"iare ihdiffereht asto!' what public senti
ment , is on' the subject s of popular educa
tion. Too often they sit In silence 1 while
the politicians around the court house, and
the , school icommitteement i squander; the
' oublic money. v;. ' ..
."The . county association - may not only
create DU'biic sentiment in favor of popu
lar; educatiion, . but it otnayi.be the means
t-rfyAS- mAirie& ta fMW.wi- WKafti Art V 4i tain ?PV w w; buusim
"'iinioii h'tit :.k titiA6 Reir: 1 1 a onnnw - itSn VWr W "frnm 1 82sow;? that -there
. - - v - - . - ' ' . i ' . I roller
A. M.. femanu, me miwa lot .a cheerful log nre, with the&landiord J o,f
for company h related Ahelowin-narv ; '-. . I
fiAOw I helttnred.to th Fifteenth PennBVl-
Should Goines accept -thisfprbp&eta ,
would leave Gep." JC&lixo 'Garcia'the ojlyvV.'
leader of any prominence in triMTWgenit'B,r "i -
tempt will be mlade to buy him;offA2S-f 's' p'';
'f r - , .THORN'St3TATEMENTg
oompletd tharnootecl. At;: ;
c . ..
fefarol22;nnerfes5-ahd6t , .
rcllecfk)furing? mills ;in?o
J. Reagan's moun-
REMEM5BER w THEj;? HOPITALy
managers of the r Mission hospital request
the citizens of -Asheville when Tpiirchaslng
supplies to-day .for-, J;heir ' Thanksgiving
dinner to remember the hospital. : The sec
retary nas ' received through the mall .a
cash contribution of - Sl-QOI ? and r returns
thanks through the Gazette to the" donor
TOBACCO - SALES. Tobacco . sales yes
terday were not large,- which." fact isdue to
the continued dry weather which renders
handling of tobacco without damage almost
impossible. ..Breaks . yesterday,; were,; how.
ever, reasonably Farge, and prices -were
better than: expected!; The prices received
were -very gratifying, ; showmg that our
home market is as good as any, aoroao.
COLORED DRAG RACE? The; colored
huntine club will have a. drag race tp-mpxr
row evening beeinnine: at : 4 o'clock.' The
start will 1 be made from i Kenllworth Inn
and the hunters will go Southward sto-
wH.Tifl "RiiAnw Viata- 'A laree-" imimber of
colored people will be in the-chase,'"-which
promises to.be a lively one.' ; Peter Sum
mers will be master of the twenty' hounds.
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FOOT BALL PRACTICEThe foot hlall
team is practicing daily on the grounds In
rear of , Oaka hotel, and is rapidly getting
in shape for the f Thanksgiving game with
; the Bingham team.s The team- also held a
; mPttnp- thA Y. -MI Cl' A. rooms ; last
nieht. The averaee weight Is about - 470
' pounds. " Admission to the ' game will be
only 25 cents, and will afford a fine oppor
tunity tq witness a splendid foot? ball eOn-
test. a. Game called at 3:80.: r ; - ;
MERRIMAN-SMALL. Invitations ; are
out -announcing , the .approacWni?marriage
of Mr. W. -R Morrlman and Miss Lillian
Small,: of ? Greensboro,;1 on the evening of
December 8. at Greensboro. iMiss Small -is
one of Greensboro's most attractive young
of securing school men for school commit
teemen instead, ox men wno wrii oo- xne
bidding of the court house politician.- It
may be the means of making the public
school money tne. ..mosx. sacreu wmcu i.
KhrtiiM of anv Public money in -tne
vun;t v: -It may v make Kae- . scnoois, in
stead of a farce; and aVsubject of, ridicule,
a, power .ahd. a blessing to .each commu-
iTihft eflml court-will meet nere xne nrst
.Mvn'aiv 'n TWTt; month. December 1. The
docket will 'be heavy Decause aii xne mew
whifih have arisen at jsiizaoetn mxy.
Wilmington, New uerne ano. --ne oiucr
places iwhere,coUrtis-hM;sidnc& therlast
term in -those cities: are bound over to this
form nr shfc. eourtai Raleigai.'t.fiL'-.
:; Tho ttern L conference oi-tne gnrisuan
church? wiilaneet near.-Mahsfnin Warren
AAn-n. :no-r - WAAk. -S' ReV. . J.. L. OSteT la
Knav miiHn ir TyreDiara'tlon- for the confer
ence." The ristian church formerly-had
one - conference ior xne - wtL'c, . "
found tnore convenient :io diyide ;the; state
rtetA 5 debate -between, .Trinity and Wake
Forest have. been : completed -The. debate
win nif in th: Academy, of Music
m..' TKTieiTfl W rThflinksglvlnKl night. iThe
ingJv..-' ; '
tljrrifAtlofiramett for warden" vege
tables, has proved to be still more suited
for itobacco'-culture; Oh me: of -its:-. fertile
sides, tMs.yjearr Mr. L. L. Black has grown
a, quantity of tobacco whkh he marketed
for 50 cents , per pouno. vy ao. cau. tv
this? . . .. -.". ::'.-'.- ;"
FUNERAL OF MRS BRANDL
From; St. Lawrence Church Yes teraay
.''.: ....... j Morning. " -,"1 ;
r-Bertha JM;, the wife of A. W. Brand!,'
was buried from St. - Lawrence Catholic
ChUrch yesterday at ? o'clcok. The choir
sang, with rnuch . feeling, a requiem 'high
mass. , ; The" service was . conducted by
Father ; Marlon. and was, solemn and im
pressive. The remains were laid , at rest
in jRivers'ide emetery. - f ef
Mrs.' Bradl was a charming -and lova we
lady. She won the esteem of all wno Knew
her, and her : many friends , mourn ner
death.' ; Mr. IBrandl and his bereaved fam
ily . have' the sympathy of the entire ; com
munity, k' : -'i-V. . : ... . -
p. J. Lang, brother of the deceased, wno
okme to Asheville to attend! the funeral,
will return to Charleston on Saiturday. .
frOit growing in w; N; c;f
visited Miss Daisyf Sawyer. ; (Mr. Merriman
is a decidedly popular youn"g man and has
aiso often visited here during, the summer
TO CURD A COLD IN i ONE DAT
Take LYHvA-Rrrtm Oninine Tablets. All
ggisU refund the money if it f ails; U
re. 25c.' The reaulie ha Lb B. Q. t
This Section the Ideal Region for Ap
.j-7-ples. and Peaches. -
Ini .the chapter on f ruit growing in , Wes
tern. North . Carolina, which is to appear In
this year's report: of the , state,- labor com
missioner, it. is. stated that fourteen .coun
ties ship 90.000 barrels; , Haywood ; and
iSwain . 15,000 each; Caldwell and v WUkes,
10,000; rYancey, Clay, JacKson ana uriy,
8.000. ! There are . many . localities- in this
state, where ; peaches are seldom killed, and
especially is this the case in the tirermai
heit region, tf Apples are kept ail wmter m
ordinary, cellars It 4s-destined to be the
greatest apple-growing region in : America.
There I have so ..far been few, attempts to
grow apples in a systemaitiO "? manner' and
tan absence of system as to culling, " pack
ing .andshipping.. These North Carolina
abDles. have this year-taken prizes at New
York exhiblMonsv w Thegreat size -of many
of the trees uttmcts attention, as dt is"not
debate swill open at 8; o'clock, sharp. -iThe
.Aw--Mii'irviMrht'i- the system ! of
irArirsJ HgbJtin and street cars to be
operated by .the city tor i.ff
JLt. fimtUV' The Trinity debaters
have the-afflrmative. V, V ' t,i
f -Mr. William H. Wll
liamsod to Miss Sadie Tucker, wMch -was
postponed on account of the. ill, r.
miTT. v -nrnt ik- nJace on Wednesday
evSmrDScee7l 9 ock atrist
5 Friday ght1a:;cbarityalt ona yeryex
tenslw scalewill be W
f h a ntnr is td be used for Mrs. - Watson,
- It is intimated that there is . some de-;i..i'-WMn0C
Tirtls f rom the . otaxe
imuseum for use to the rrolPng ex
car - The-executive commraw w
upd h-the matxer.
Vila on wasi captured wmie Tiuiume ,
oStSveune last -5S.
to the square- and taken enlarge Oy Po
JSeSTeriy owner ;catt7 ?
fM B.X..J. 4 -f
Variety of Fowls -
The apprmch of Thanksgiving day? has
had the usual effect of bringing to the city
am unusual quantity; of fowls and vegeta
bles of every - variety. The ; display; of
meats and vegetables in the market' house
fast night ;wa& hot only'ejabbrate,' but. at
tractive. As one enters the market from
the upper entrance the first stall is that of
McFee & Jones, which is completely filled
with fresh meats of all ; kinds, such as fine
beef mutton, dressed s turkeys . chickens.
etc. The stall ; of ; Hampton & ijeoioro- as
well a$ the others is well filled with nice
fresh meats of ..iall kinds, and customers can
find anything they desire . In their line to
day. The entire market , is . replete .with
goods suitable to the occasion and the veg
etable stalls preent&4
ter being freshmen.
. The ' geological survey is preparing a
specially iUnstrated , . monograph . on the
water-power of the state. It will be well
illustrated. ": ' ; v ' ' -
Governor Russell ' has, during the ten
months of his adimiinlstitation., issued forty-
four pardons.. It is asserted that this does
vania cavalry attached' to'5 Generat .Stone-
man's cavalry division, when- he started on
his -raid , by way of Rutherfordton and
Hickory Nut Gap,' the objective' point being
Asheville, and was in command'; of the ad-
vance guard consisting of twenty vtroopers,
We proceeded up. the.; gapvWithout.opposi.
tlon and camped for the night below Mrs.
Sherrai's ; mountain - house, ... We were
General Johnston had surrendered and di- nrwa'i rpwV ikunhA.'
rectihg- us to returh.r,WrmefeTofe
traced our steps and; canipefl for the night imiheiately make 4,000 im-
below the Hickory Nut falls. , .. i ;. c, 0- Af -jM WVstem 'in Raleigh.
was .much 'impressed by the grandeur 1 ' ... ; . K-.i ,- - - -
of .the surrounding enery. atebeau t, frjtereias said to-be a deal in rice. : It is
of thefalls" and; thewonderful .iuinej repDFbed ,43 oldsborO Rite mills
Rock; became a crank on :the . subject - of -,-; amhjaasd-; -40.000 tbushe'bi. of - rice 'ini
making atheslt, , lowland: crop around Wil-
preveiited untn this year, -when the sur-tiTr . . . v , .-
vivors of .my .Teglment wenti with numer- K .
ous.other-veterans and Governor Hastinp 1 nje moonshihers, supposed to be the
to , Chlckamauga and stopped; oyer Jtn gtajy- brothers' and their friends, " fired
Asheville. Ixnenernuned torevi aila
place that so much Impressed , me, m. -my Tsoirwnn mm in :n4ii-frrd iini;v
youth, and was pleased' to .una! ntxie jcnansei during a raid. - Nobody was hurt.
Inthe gap.'; -"'; -'v '';" :.- ' . - . I .5i ;v '
fin tho fall of 1864 our, regiment partwa-1 Th;e reports- show an unusually small
pated In : the capture of the command of amount of hog cholera this year. There is
the Confederate uenerai itoDen-- vM anabuindant crop of acorns. There will be
who was Tetuming to Nrth Carolina; irom 1 mcreaso in the amount of pork put up,
Tennessee witn . guu -ieaerai yiuauwio romuared with tormer years.
maiiT horaiw cabtured from Unfion men on .x--r.:fi-:
the way. I; personally captured -" General j republican from the Seventh district
Vance and made nam a vasat wuur is authority for the statemenit that Speak
and was sorry to find him, rather lnnrm.. I jHlleman . will be the republican-populist
: "lam going to telke the train ..oacK nwow noaain(ee :tar congress in that district next
to-morrow, very much u pleased .; wttn my i jngteaa c congressman Shuford if he
trip tamo etm ,anoTe..pxeu. va;Hl will accept the -nomination-- says -tne
found such aeaeantrestlng placets; the! R-jeiga Press-Visitor. - - ? ".-?
EsmeraldW Inn -located mftho nildst- of .... . .,, ;-: . . ;.v;- . "ir;- ? -;s:v v -
what I consider the grandiest-sceneTy 'tnai i . ;Alfred Hebrard. of New Orleans, has
saw; In- all my travels in tne u-y been transferred to the reyende llector's
south." ., ;;-- i s . 1 A office ; at Raleiteh. to an $800 position. He
.'" . . 1 wa a. chief of division at Washington, but
. - .VERY COLD WEATHER.; was dlsdharged under the'new administra
x Jt'nr aimealtb'thef civile iservice
x, , . w - .'foU(winx commission he was reinstated- and then
bureau here to-day Issued the fol owing .WTuafte. r., s . f , fe-.r,iii.
am more than pjeased with their, appear- .; ': f
ance. 1 only wait for-;tne hour-when, 1,-can i- v i ;
go upon, the stands iMy truthful words-will'-- 's. ". " 1
prove to'tho worldthat;Mts. Nack- aldhe :
shot Guldensuppe.' i That timio I anxiously " '-"
await." - -t . ' -f .'.v.. .'u,::;:i
HAMNA' TO AWJfNCE ' WAGES, i r P
New York, Nov. 23. In coal circles.; Jjt
this city.it, :1s said, .'that yMarkHaniand,; - , -
other coal and iron operators in -Ohio 'have "- - -
per cent. -beginning' December 1.' .iTiJs-ad-TT;;;
vance is expected to be followed
operators. - ' " V . " v- '
;The storm which, yesterday ;was well out
upon the Atlantic and manifested its pres
ence; there off jshoeJw
coast, has mcreasedi: in energy resulting
in a fall of the barometer and high winds.
As la" result of the storm precipitation has
occurred in the . Lake region,; snow falling
this - morning- at Cleveland, v Buffalo and
transferred there. 4
pearance. , -t - MM:"f:
;V Macoh. Ga.. Nov. 23.-:
lodged In theBibb county jail to-day, tor
isaie keeping ,uh Deromberi he
Ul bang, for the idlling of Jim Harring
ton ,and Dick Lwrighti of. Irwinton. ; NiS
bett was rescued from furioue xatob. -He
has inurdered 'nine ;,persona.:.';;'i;i
Much .'icolde weather;pproa ' from
the .west,' ia 'conditioh': which, promises ' to
cover the entire east. Hwn,fS.'1)4 tepwUi
a .mmimia - temperature of zero, s while
Bismairck. N.; D.,' reports, 8 degrees
zero. m ; , .-;;.. r ,;
TH'B pOMING WOAiAN, .
Who, goes to the club while 'her husband
tends the baby, ' aar well - as .the. good- old
fashioned, woman,- who looks, after home,
wlH both atvtimes get run down in health.
They- will be troubled with loss ' of appe
tite, headaches, sleeplessness fainting or
dizzy spells. The most -wonderful remedy
for these women ie' Electric Bitters, Thous
ands of sufferers tTonl lame ! back and 'weak
kidneys rise up1 and;call it blessed It is
the medicine for-, women; - iFemale -v com
plaints ahd nervous troublesi of all: kinds
are soon relieved by . the ;use -of Electric
iBitters. SlMlioato w
remedy on, hand to build Up !,theisystem.
Only 60c.;. per bottle, ,Fr sale by T. C.
Smith and iPelhams Pharmacy. V-;'
of b&nanas and crackers just li at 6. H.
tC5i45tere,22 Caitoa aveaus.. - - .-. -v .
the secretary, of- state for. the Kester iManu
faotuzing company ; near .Winston; with a
capital stock of ' $lil00v The;-wmpany ; is
organized for the' purpose of ? manufactur
ing and repairing ; maLchmery andr working
in wooa, aron, us, Bieei, ruiuoc, . .
; -There has been published a list of fed
eral soldiers in the differeht cemeteries in
this state;; There are 1,201, in - the cemetery
at Raleigh of which 629 are known and- 572
unknownl Im Salisbury 102 are; known and
12,035 unknown ; 717 'known and 1,577 un
known in .Wilmington, and 2,212 ; known
and 1,091 unknown to the New iBerner cem-
The Western North Carolina conference
Ar A M EJ': ehurcnvfwlllf;; convene
in TOflteftHh to-morrow.'" ishoo James. A.
'Hand, of Baltimore. wiH preslde'The ad
dress of welcome will i be j delivered ,;by
Mla-vf.Wiltfam. Russ.". The -pastor of the
nhurch: where the conference .will be held
will 'preach ' his 'fareweM ; "sermon '...Sunday
The CharJotte Obiserver says the South
ern 'Railway company 4s getting up a book
descriptive of the principal towns along its
lines" and among 'thenr; Charlotte will have
a consmetious pfeice, i The work will not he
vf the ulde-bcok:.order,i but will be an
artistic twodiuctloh.- vialuable as a work of
reference and somethittg .worth preserving.
The -cuts' win be of the best class of en
f errarrhiss: superior in every , way to the or
dinary ami-ione ipactures aaa u suvik,
eTB.wili;be doing something handsome-for
was'lshxrtjin fiiMdoty he. Cutting up (1
of 'tes'timoly was f begun kimeAiately 'after i -
Youngs Icbncluded his address. .' Former';. ..r;
Judge Weller said that Mrs.. Nock .would .;:.;;.
not be placed trial: -Lii'
adjournment ,.iwaslkkeV.;'unit'il vtorjpaorfojf-
mornliurrat.; 9 :30' -ift-a'Sl
Thorn made the1 following statemehtr
by" other -: i .
, LABORERS DISCHARGED,
Jersey City, -Nov, 23. Six hundred of ..the-i -,-even
hundredf-;: men!;, employed : at 'the l;
American Sugar v company's refinery .were
discharged today." tthers will be dis; 'U4! :
charged Friday as a result '': of. the'feKT'-- 1i iJ. it -
price of water. , :r;j';V,;w.
ChicagoiNovJ Si-nThe big biscuit trust
which will practically control' tnevoiscuw.v;S: r.;;;.j;'
Dusiness- oi uiib country, oute ueciuea upon; 5
an ajithorize4',anli)fl!I of 255.000.600 to bfe !
( BIG ISdtTIT TRUST. -
divided into 2S,000;00 'preferred stock- and
the balance -common, stock. ;; ) , h''jW-i
;..--:; ... , .,, ...r,-,,,., ti. Mi:-
:s ? Real Estate: Transfer3.'
:-- . '' V.-1.
-.-i i a: ?N.
BaMwJni .vproperfy. . Art-:
;;;Flat;"creek.'.;t..-3i.''vv.v . , -
E. K. Baldwin; ; and ; ofthers. tto '- ' 1
Julius C. Marttotrustfeo.Sj lflVS
r? 'Alexander, property oeast ie
French. Broad, avenue . ,:.'i-,v.- -; 175,00.
T. W. Pafton toRobert ;Caiiaonlotffft
on Sassafras street .iVv;'itfi.
J. McD. -WMtsbn, ;Com.,kto Davis
Carson, property on .Canes creeks . r.
.-street:." .'Wv.i'-i- 100.W'lfS-?i
S. L. Suniner to iThoi- Marrl.
t Limestone township .V 1,100.00 ,v;:
Geo. W. Young, trustee, to W. Y. fmi
Porter, ' Br;j ; ; acreT;3nSwan33ay
u.'urown na 'WJte w;y--Mi!55?.!-sA;;y
f jrtsoii... property in eastern part of
R. Li Graham, trustee, to !- .C.:r-Ei-,
nn.liaTi. 4bt" on Highland - and
R. L. Graham, trustee, to u.' is.
v Highland street
. .--, -. " r -.
A parlor entertainment will begiven.on ; ?' ; . t
Wednesday evening, I December ;Jforc-the, 4 s
benefit of .the "Kmdeiartpn.' ;The best lit-i A
erary and, musical talent; Ashevie ;wtn;
be represented;.and the.etendng.wtll.be one,, .
of pieasur Wlmirtrucohto all whamar;,
nouncea mxw;.;??--r - -t 5. r.-.;;-, -.
;Dr?W; C.? iBrownson will open an , oflce ? s :
on-:November 18 vat .NoeO: Patton avei'i r-
nue second Boor above tlcm eface x
SoutJiem:irMlirF;t..Ofi,lwnrt' 2 J -v is.', js.
p, m.i Telephnerce, J4r resldtaev-- eh
: ll t3burt Sqwarei