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Vol II: No. 297.v
ASHEYILLE, N; 0, SUNDAY MOKNING, JANUAEY 23, 1898.
; Price; 5 Cents.
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28 8-rOAIU ST.
We have some : odds and
ends, broken lots of "differ-
ent Hnes gathered during
stock taking, and placed on
sale to be : closed at ridicu
lously low prices. " " n
Children's and - Misses'
CapSrin;price fron 25 to 50c
Choice 5q. ,
25c Ladies' Cloth Sailors
48c " Walking Hats
45c 'Sailor ' "
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Only a few on hand; choice
$5 Furs at $2.75.
Cloaks ; I
This department is rstill
prepared to supply some
high-grade Capes or Jackets
4 at surprisingly low .prices.
Nobby thinjgs at less than
cost of material -, . ,
THef e are no
It is well , to rememf
;ber this;? . ;
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My new -goods purchased while In ?the
east last week hays arrived and being very
anxious to have the larger part of them
In shape for to-day's (Saturday) trade,, am
compelled -to make this my first advertise
ment in my new ihome and new store' a
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short one. ' The head line at the top gives
the reason. -We are never too .busy, how
ever, to show our J goods and 'quote' prices,
in fact take pleasure in. doing so..':I am
very anxious to-meet the trade of Asheville
and vicinity,- andn extend a- hearty welcome
to one and all if not 'to buy come Tn and
briber us we like to be bothered, In fact
we enjoy it, make a living' by it. , C
A special for Saturday, January 22, and
Monday, January, 24, only A California
Lemon Cling , Peaoh,; good syrup and really
"worth 20c per -can for '-these two days,
15c per can. - w
PURE FOOD - STOKE 1
Phone 49" , 1 '19 Merrimoa Ave..
FOR . '
ir, ' - . . ' t".( noo msh and 410,000 when the fighlt was
KAeeun hare been.issued te.itomly MWjg.fc a,nd waa tou t0
jeof the following persons: - .r :over, accoruiiis w j v
if! r . o.r, norta-T. -"TOatira of exchange notes wrtn oas. -
C. C- RnrtTiift Rpit'ha.-L.'Watkins.'of
CBuncom-he , ' ' '- - T'
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I Page andi . 'Bell. Ducknerj
A Bill to jProvidetFor Pub
lishingttie Pension List. 1
Silver Eesolutibnsand Talk
: : V -V in the Seriate. r: ,
TheJeller Resolution Simply, a Dec-
laration of the Law.
Query' is to Our, Payment of the
s,i . Hawaiian' Debt
What Was the Constitutional' Autriority For the
Act?-rBfg Und Grant For an Alabama In
dustrial School. - . -
Washington, Jonii 22. Senatorr Stewart
poke an ' hour and a half In tho senate to
day lixn TeUers oonenrrent resolution de
daring the governmenft bond ; payable in
gold or Utot at i)be option of the govern-
ment-i iHe said .the resoluftion was only, a
declaration of iaw ' on itho isuibjeot;, which
law ;was ito to adminds'tered, after the ad
miniB'tiratio'n hod (repeatedly violajted it-1-
An amendment", was offered by Senattor
Nelson, a repufcliqan of Minnesota,, dedaT-
ing it the duty of the gorerntoent to main-
the parity of the two metate.
Senator 'pooner. introduced a. resoluHaon
decktring f orthe mamtainajice f tho gold
standard tin tit an inrterationar -Agreement
on ilver could be reached. The resolution
wasv laid aside. ;-'""
The bill, increasing sthe pension of Genr
eral Albert E. Pain to $50 was passed.'
- A"lili afs passed granting 20,000 acres
of land for.the use of the industrial school
for girls of r Alabama : and of the Tuskegee
Normiai antd Industrial institute, 'y .:; .
"Senator Cannon , of Utah to-day Intro
duced, a .biU .-directing. the publication of
a. list of pensioners in pamphlet form be
fore-January 1 next, and thereafter, as often
as -congress may. prescribe. A list of- each
sCateH-is 'o, ibe publislhe4' a, volume, by
useii ana isgxo contain xne names cne-rein
arranged - in ' alphabetical order ' , together
"ith " post office addresses and full details
regarding - the rate paid, ' increase" Df any.
character, of wounds of each .. pensioner
with history of each case, -manner of ster
mination of servitee, etc. r One copy of. each
state list is to be .mailed each newspaper
published in -that srtate.- , y
IN THE HOUSE.
WaShingtion, - Jan. 22. iReprresenta'tive
! Hitt, - chaiman, of the foreign affairs com-
'"mibtee, submitted a privileged report from
his committee in . ithe house tonlay xecom
mending the passage of a resolution of in
quiry, requesting the state department, if
not incompatfble 'wi th the 'public Interest,
to transmit to the house tl "the informa
'tion in Its-pbsseesion. relative to the mili
tary exeoution f Coi.v 'Ruiz a.Spanish en
voy to the insurgents. - The resolution was
adopted. J ' - Vi.. .,"".."
MrJ Hitt also reported back, with an un
favorable" recomnjesidatilonj the :lewl9 res
olirtloir calling, on the state department for
a draft o the Hawaiian annexation treaty,
and . for - inf ormatlon as ,to what oonstitU'
tional authority , the president has, to con
tract for the payment of a Hawaiian debt
of $4,000,000 -ouit of ihe, public 'treasury.
Mr. HI tit explained that the5resolution had
been offered at: thi lat sessioni and as, the
treaty had. Ibeen made pu'blic there . was
no necessity for its passage; - i v ' '
THE OHIO BRIBERY
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SOME PERTINENT ?TEST?IMO NY J
SIJBMITTE h YESTERDAY, y
Alleged I Conversations Relating to the
- Scheme of the Hanna Manager s to
Buy Otis.' Vote.
, Cincinnati; Jan." 22.re'comniittee' from
i the .Ohio : senate. appointed to' -investlgaito
f the charges of .an alleged attempt of een
ator Hanna "supporters , to . bribe Repre
sentative Otia held a session today. The
principal 'testimony - today jwaa-' given . by
Allen O. Myers, Jr.i key clerk of theGib
on house. :' He" swore that .on January 6
HL Hi Boyce registered ait the Gibson house
and talked by long ' distance telephone to
Hanna headquarters at , Columbus. Myers
swore that he ; was at another "telephone
and heard the entire conversation. : Boyce
wnA talfcini: to a. ' man I (he "called Major.
Boyce said he 'could get x Dtis's vote for
convers'ations'. ensued between
RftvrP Ad the -headquarters at CkjlumbusH.C.OHBDESTPERi: .FIRST NATIONAL,.
Boyce fdeasn5 d e. tele; gajoc .BUILDING. - x ,
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phooe Ty Mis Jacofca, a. stenograplter, Tflto
took down trie conversation. ' , -
.ClerK Rylaaid testified thatBoyc left
pacfcage ut.tilie hotel.--It vas in a big
wlbite envelope and thick. He left' it wi'Ui
Ryland lor safe keeping' r and'., remarked
that there was "more than .$5 in it.'';.
Detective .MUler testified that ' he waa
employed to shadow: Boyce and H. H. Hol-
enbeck,; s He heard conversation between
me two over xne teiepnone. uollen-oecK
said to Boyce, "I Ihave Otla hene at tfte
miu ramjiwa nwnf an uke evening u
necessary..1;- He eays Drostte and iTane will I"
vw lor xiiamna . i ,xoinK l. can g'et some
thing -on "Otis before infornlng, and if we
get ihim we "will "be but one vote short." '
HONORS TO JtO .E
Plans Tor) His Reception in' Chicago
- ' . v ' ard Washington "
Washingitan.i J.aa. ; 22. The, war depart
ment is makin preparations for a notaJble
reception . to".:PreideTit Dole tiponvhis ar
rival in ; Washing-ton. " Orders have, been
given Jo have all .the troops stationed in
the city and vlcrnity assemMed at the sta
tion under command of Col. Sumner and a
fine parade will mark the trip of the vis
itor from the train to Jxia hotel, where ih
will be .called upon by the bigh 'officials
of the government, w It is probable that
President iMcKinfley will exchange : vMU;
with Pr&sldeiDt Dole. ' ' " ; -
Chicago, Jaoi 22. President Bole of Ha
will arrive in Chicago tomorrow from first Gold Was: found--Great Display Of War
Francisco, Mayor Harrison .wlU'wel ; - -- . . ,
San F'wi'nofAnoi.,',1 Miavrvr
come 'the' ; distinguished visitor at the de- j
pot,: and with (The tpepresentauves oi cue
Dole and Ms party ifco the" AuditoTium.
A reoepUon-wm be tendered President
Dole and wife Monday afternoon at th
Union .League , Club. The" reception com-
mittee will Include Mayor Carter H..Har-
rison.and wife. Federal Judge' Grosscup
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B." Bryan,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McMUlan-and others,
Vnm Tm.n nv rttrrder-
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Gomez Put to Derath the Chief of His 1
Squadron Because the Chief Intend
ed to A coept Autonomy- .
Washington, Jan. 22. The "Spanish lega
UOn today received! ihe following jfrom the
secretary ' general of ;ICu!ba;; - 'The. dmsup
gent officer, Augustine (Roman, .. and five
men" of the squadron . of . Maximo 'Gomez
have, surrendered af Mapas. XSThey declare
tt-thihSef ,dt Jheir squadToneslar
(Alvarez, . was killed by Gomez becauise. he
Intended, to surrender and aocept'jauitonomy
and thafi for. the .same reason . Andrels. Al
varez and twenty , (men were- imprisoned iy j.
orders of 'Gomez. (Roman and the men with ;
him-ask authority-; to avenge the 'death of Jj
of their captain.
The secretary general also said that Juan
Ma-Eso.-'Uhe "insurgent leader,- with his bra
gade surrendered, ; and, sending greetings
to Blanco, accepted autonomy and recog
nize. the sovereignty of ISpain, offerin'g at
tne same time to aM in the work of, pa-
missed from the Cuban army .some time
ago. - ' , '
His ' Nomination Confirmed by the
asiiernoon, , connrmea xne ' nomination ot
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Gen. 'James -Xongstreet of Georgia, to be
commissioner of railroads, and 'Robert But-. I
ler Mahone of Virginia, to be consul at
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.
General TLongstreefi and his- 'youthful
bride have been here some' time awaiting
the disposition of hia nomdnatlon -and were
reiy: happy r today over the senate's .. oc
tion. : ' -
XongstreeE'a oomination was only ; con1
firmed by a yea and nay rote, afters. harp
discussion' Ifeatsting -r an hourr and . a halt
Vest made the principal speech opposi
tion, his anak objeotionj 'being ibased'upon
Longtreet1 -record during the. reconstruc
tion; period. BenaLors Caffery and Berry, al
so opposea tne. cpnurma'tponv ; The vote 'was
38 yeas against 1$ nays, i ' - ilCi
; ; f : 60LD FIND IN ROWAN.
-, Mr. J. A. Bane who lives four miles from
town and about one mle from the county
home, was in town today wi th several large
chunks of gold ore "which were pronounced
bv mlninsr exnerte to be of a sunerior aual -
fty. - Mr. Bane, dug the precious ore up
from, a tract of dand near his home yes-
terday. i He v discovered ijsome &ld om his
UnA rt-bnmt. ,fwo wk itrut .iihimltted
it to 'mining -experts for. examinaition.
They pronounced it -very rich ore, though
a ma nnmM 'vilth t-h oruimi
which Mr.Bane had in town' today.
-It lis likely:-that: the -lucky possessor of
the ' find -wSll shortly-' haive it , actively
worked : and' if , it. pans out with. any de
gree-of richness near to what tbe spec!
mens on exhibition this; morning Indicate,
Mr. :i Bane . will vreap . little., nnantfjat Harv
est out 'of his ;mine Salisbury: World.
. - ' DFil ; CCT1W TOIU(irTIAMC
The following real estaite transfers have
Kami npftord'pAr -
- John. iW- jStames to W. C. and J. IH. Mc
Conneli; lot oh water street, $975.00. " - '
iR. G. Sanders to tL. B. McCanl-ess, lot on
Vance street, $1,600.00
l-.v. -n. ESTABLISHED.' '
Good payiug business for sale. . -For par
ticulars Jeddrss O. P. Gazette. ' , ,
ON. PATTDN. AVENUE, NO. EIGHTEEN r?
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IVeieDrateCl DV- JfafieantS OU
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; v , Land and Sea.
Festivities in Which AU the
The Notable Event to ave Its Be-
; ginning Tomorrow; v
SseietThat Recall the Great Discov-
c ery jr Fifteen Years Ago. ,
Rproductionof Sutter.'s Mill Near Which the
Ships-r$50,000 to beSpent HI Celebration.
1 of California's" Gold Jubilee will beeln on
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r commemorate the fiftieth, lanniversary of
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Vi Jaiuaucui OUL-
j fcer Mill. Governor Budd has" aninouniced
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' and the ceMbratkm will be 'opened with" a
- grand (pagoanit .: to t which stepresentatrves
hfram.al! organi,zaitioas of : a civic, military
?a,aernat 7 rucipate
I ins loixowing societies will oe seen n he
prooesBioa: umvea taoee -oopa; Goyemer 1
IBnidd amd staff: 'California Pioneers.; St
GOVEtRNOR JOSEPIH Hi BUDD.
Aindirews Society; Hegents Of the State Uni
; vraitv- Vmriin- ir.,n- :Mn Tt.iii
Carabiioieri; League of the Cros Ca-
jdets; Young Men's 'Institute; 'Native Sons
of -the oCdeni West; .Deutcher ; Krieger
Verein; Hannovenaner Verein, Tumverein,
San FrauciBGO Saecker verein; San-Fran
I Cisco Commercial Travelers' .Association;
I ishermns' tBenevolen't Society - aadi: iAii
I n n w.. . fTt I i ii !
f - -The nainade will b an rmrosintr one, and
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A yMfc UTV MWWU) VU-VWW VMW mwmvYtM
gaiaizations, representing historical inci
" CAPTAOEN (MARSHALL :-
(Who first 'ddscovered gold "in CaliforMiaL)
J dente and charac&ers. Great preparations
1 have also been'-made by the Jubilee XPa-
rade committee, -who have 4en ftoats:;They
1 are typljcal of the history1 of the state 'from
time of the. aborigines to the present. day..
a- leading feature o: xn-a pag&amc win w
a calvalcuds - of aids; to Grand" MarshaJ
'Morse consisting of five humdred represen-
lative citizens, selected by the well known
organization. 'The Wative Sons. ' -, i
fThe Chinese residents of .California have
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made"- grec "prepamtions to have a gor
gou Orie&tal deanonstration and display
in the parade, and the Chinese division "of
the pageant: will foe one; of the interesting
features of the day. (Among those who wil
participate in the -procession, are four pion
eers ,who ' Witnessed ithe discovery of gold
by.Marehall. ,.JAnionig these is Henry 'Fowl
er, who crossed the plains and wen t to Ore
gon in 1843 and -the following., year came
down the coast toy the old Oregon "and Sac-
remento trail, settling in apa Valley., Most I
of the other Linrhi-e nLaneerw came over- I
land to Calirornia, making a prolonged and
flatiftrvii(t IftiLnnov .-' , '"I
up to literary, exercises In Woodward's pa-
six hundred ipeople. In the evenlne there
will be k series of tableaux and living pic-1
tures representing the. mythological, histo
ry of the state. ' ' - - ' -.
Tuesday, Jam. 25, will be given up to the
'INative (Daughters of the Golden West,"
who wllt cfeiM Tt.psnlirm at: :TJ 5! tfV W.
hall, aaid in the evening they will hold an
immense iubile ball. :!
(Phursdiay wil be sent apart for the dis
play of warships on the bay. ' All available
warships on the Pacific coasfo will assemble l
m the hartbor; during the celebration.
' Saturday .;will be given to a celeibration I
of -the ehool children! who wm, assemble
in golden; uate park. I
.iThe cel-ebratioia will come to an end by I
the opening of a mining fair in the (Mechan I
ba's .pavilion, where the visitor, will obtain i
an .ifhAJL kf tTift Ttii.'nP'rB.l' rftSAHTVMo tvf the. Pa-
cmc states. . , ,
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ot rer wood' logs erected on-'Market street, j
is attracting constderaible attention. -
' The discovery of gold! .by Marshall at!
Coloma in January, 184S, marked the be-
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velomnent of the tate of CaMfonnla. Cal-
ifornia soon- developed her- mineral wealth, J
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especially hergold, of which she poured j
over $1-5,000,000 into the. channels of trade
and commerce. Since that time the states J
of SAtaska and the slope have been devel-
I oped and the vast regions which' at one
seat of tcommerce and huiman activity.
Vlicntitaw Whn hiva AnirrtA TiAna ' if a ma.Tf
pate, for the finance committee, In expend-1
f.vtrv f Via anm Vf A AAA "has JtTm JBATAMrflt f-M v
to -fittlnslr entertain? its gtrests. -
ALARllIST- YIEWS Oil CfllllA
THE ENGLISH-RUSSIAN DEAD
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ucptiwxx ui u ui i ituuiug
-'Grave Forbodings in Yesterdayfs
Lond on:' Journals.
London, Jan. 22. Alarmist views on .the
isiWation'-iU''the farfetare the ffe Tathef
tha-it the 'exception ' in Condon today. ; The
deaa0a"Jc between. Great .Britain, and Rus-
sia at iPekin is apparently un'broken and a
compromise ".is impossible. It is a question
of the one or tihe oth'er yielding or a fight.'
X .LLC pxCVtUllli'g 1iUlVU, LUUtt UVlLS&Ottl Willi
jrleW when she is convinced of the grim re-
aiity or Kir iMicnaei HicKS-Beacn s decla-
ration' mkde the othe? dav.
The' most wholesome and" refreshing fea- The chambers did not jreach a vote on
ture of "the'situa-ttonj la-the eager and unan- the Interpellation of Cavaignac, which de
imous welcome which all Great 'Britain has rnanded the discussion of the semi-official
given to -the virile and1 yigorina policy to
which the .Salisbury, government has com-
nutted itself. No .dclaraitxon. of a minis-
try nas ever eenveceivea win sucn saws-
Uemk and;.so unanimousily. The country
has witnessed, dn the past few, days; won-
deriul revival of self-respect, whuch has
acted like a tonic and inspiration -.to the
.fcailk about war has -exited little alarm or
appreheniaion- in the -country at large and
the grave forebodings in today's journals
only servejo'inspire popular enthusiasm.
tihe moras support of the Uniitcd States' is
everywhere considered in discussing the
situation, -rnus xne ssaturoay weview - to -
nnrwrf r ' jar ttt,.!n.a Ah.tM
"and the strength of either of tihese powers,
addled to Rn'e'la'nd;. in Itha iPaciflc. nuts re-
sd&tance on tne part ox 'Russia, Germany
and franco,' singly or in comJbi'nation, out
of the- questionv. . Perhaps the enthusiasm
with which-t!h9 (American- newspapers have
. W T M-
applauded the,declaration"of' the chamcel-
lor of the exchequer arises from the fa6t
that he has' .vdrtuariy : proclaimed the'iMon-
roe fljoctrine lor xne iar east.- -
" YELLOW FEVER IN MISSISSIPPI.
'Mobile Ala. . Jan-. S3. Surgeon Carter,
pr'-thet'United' Sbates hospLtjal service, -left
this city last Thursday and "yesterday tele-
graphed from Meridian, Kiss.'i for a special
train to take him to Bdwards, (Miss, where
he said 'six' cases of yellow- fever are : re
ported. y. J fj..-s . . e' , - -
HANNIS.; TAYLOR.. FOR;:C0N6RES5
.Mobile, lAla., Jan. Z-At. a' dinner given
tonight i; in : honorc of Hasnhis Taylor; ex
ministerlro Spain,: Mr... Taylor announced
his candidacy - for - congress ;from ( this dis-
GOJ.O WAS FI1RST iDISCOVER'ED.
IN GAY PARIS
Chamber of T)ftTI1ltlAQ TToo' a
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1 : vwn W1 kUn iiri vrs. i
lDrP.vfnii Span rial irr' rt
' -A jxtaj uauao
Fall of the Ministry.
iComntft rfft Rprni? Won C;n J
r vu gu.ii
?the face !;
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Hea,71s Ani IriDHIie 110 Cuffs ' a
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men me uiamrjer breaks Out in 'Rtn,i
Uproar," and ISuspends to Give the ConLs
tants a Chance to Cool off . .
' J 22. To-days sitting of -the
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chamber of deputies), at which the rwv-'
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fus brought up, terminated in'
the most violent scene ever witnessed in
j the bamber. The excitemenlt In Paris to--
night; is- likened to that during the Com-
J niune. ., Demonstrations of a serious char-
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of France. The ministry Is' likely to fall.
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; Af ter ' V1 Minister -Meline had ex
plained that the government for Judicial v.'i
r""118 make ar
regard no xme idle talk concerning Drey
fus, Cavaignac withdrew ihls interpellation'
wMtfr tad tup ,the subject M. :
I Jnres, one a tne socialist leaders,-, then
took up the matter. The Compte De Bex
nls,, a memiber , of the iRight, made a ve.-
hemeat .protest agailndt revival of. th-
question, .. whereupon . M. Jaures called hint
a wretch and .. eoward."'' Compte De Ber-'
nis retorted hotly at which . M. Geratilt :
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broke away if rom Gerauli;';; diehard and
leaped into the tribune where Jaures-'was' 4
standin'g. ;He slapped: Jaures .in 'the ace
and in an amsbant every member was on -y -
his fee1:- f. Uproar became general, and ,
L'UC? 'IWlUVirb WOiB LWJWt?l iTOC LW 9lOP 1 Lv B4
,trlbune was evacualted and the sHtlin
n0lfce in wnicn the govermment declined to ;
make public the alleged confession made
by ex-Captain Dreyfus to Captain Renaud.
M Meline ln .answering Cavaignac assert-
ed tihs existence of ' Captain Lehrtnr Re-
nau'a report containing a - denial of the'
Paris is all agog over the excitement in
the chamber. Special editions of the even-
ps papers published -the story of the scene
with scare heads such as "Battle,' ln the
rthnmW. 100 .DermitieK Enraeed." .The
d rassemllee decided, in'.view of
1 the Intense excitement, not H reopen its
J sitting.. This action was taken in order to
t avoia further violence.
The police were massed about the cham-
j ber after seven o'clock to-night,' fearing a -
I i-emonraH h fl!orrtr. v :. " J 1
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NORTH CAROLINA GEMS.
The' rare' beauties of nature, so well ,
r. - : , - ; .-..- ;
represented in Western' North . Carolis -
are becomSnar better known every day
pepple who are better '"duoated in (the fsV-'.'' .
matlon An4 utility .of - mdnentlg have, frsai
tea& shown their appreciation at
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j these Gems by using them in U kinds ef
, adornment. . . , , e f
We have decided to close out . some
tbe&e gems and offer them .at prices that
should make them all sell in a very fe
days. . ' r- "
- 4 WE OFFER: ,
One, lot of :4L gems at 50 cents each.".. ,
One lot of 40 gems at 60 cents each. -One
lot "of 169 gema at 75. cents each.r( ., .
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One lot of 40 ems at $L00 each. ;
One" lot of 32 gems at $1.25 each.- Sold.' ..
One lot of 5 gems at $1.50 esdLjt.".
One lot of S gems a $2.00 each. ,
One lot of 5 gems at $150 ea'ch.--' Sold, f
One lot of 3 gems at $4.00 saoh. l
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One gem for $6.00 :
V ... V. ARTHUR' M. FIELD,
" ,' . LEADING JEWBLE3L,
; Church J Street and .Fatton. avsnut, .Ache