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If 111 THE N EW REPUBLIG
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1890.
Decree of the Brazilian Provin
A Warning to Those Who
Spread False Reports.
rii People Miiy Crltlrlse til Act. uf the
GoTeriiuo-nt, but Thoy Muil Not Circu
late ltupurt Annliut the Stiilillily of Mm
Republlo Our Congl'Stulutluus Joyfully
EioJankiuo, March 81. The provis
ional govfi'iiiauut liua issued the follow
Whshkas, To the detriment of pulillo
ordsr mid tranquility, fiilse report and
alarmltu; rumor have b.-en elriiilaleil
with the manifest unit unpatrlotio object
Of favoring censiirablo spec-illations;
Whkhkas. Sneli reports and rumors are
hlKhly iliju riiuis to the foreign credit of
llrnzll, weakening contlileiiet iu the sta
bility of our institutions, uud in tl.j o
cuxity of tlio oblijjatiou contracted by
Wiikkeas, These reports and rumors are
moreover iutt'liiled to cause alarm and
panic uinoiin our fellow cittn-ns who, with
thorough ci m I i i l.'in e and perfect truniiull
ity, have, throughout the hnih and
breadth of the laud, accepted the new
order of I 111 huh;
Wukhkas, It Is the duty of those clothed
with authority to prevent anil remove all
causes of ttociul disturbance, atiriui; and
guarautcciiu order, wiiich is jutisp usable
to the free and lawful exercise of every
species of activity, and to the develop
ment of National prouress;
Wukhkas, The prevalence of personal
and slanderous reports Is intended rather
to brin K the ttovi-i-niiiriit Into lisrepute,
and by weakening the conlldeiice of the
people In their rulers to favor subversive
plots, than to inform and Kill'--) publio
opinion in regard to the acts ul the said
Wuhueas, The government, while not
dosirinit to prevent or hinder the exorcise
of the acknowledged riuht to discuss its
acts, cannot view with iii.liiIerein-8 the
pertinacious and criminal conduct of those
who seek In entry way to create anarchy
and promote disorder; and,
WllEKtAs, Such conduct, In Its very
conception. In an abnormal state of affairs
auch as still exists in llrail, demand
measures of an exceptional character for
their etticient nnd ttii.rntmh repression and
for the maintenance of order;
TllKllrWUlK. Marshal Mini-el Podoro da
Fonscea, child of the provisional uovern
Uient instituted by the army and navy iu
the name of tbo nation, hereby decrees;
Article I. To the provisions of ib ,-ree
No, , ofllcc. "it, f'.i, i, re subject all per
sons who originate or aid iu circulating,
by means of the press or telegraph, or in
any other way. In llrazil or In for.-lun
countries, false report and alarming
rumors, sucli us refir, for install. e. to tl
dicipllue of the troops, to the stability of
the institutions of the country, and to
Article 3. Front this nrovMnn Is ex.
eluded written or verliiilrritieisin. however
severe it miiy In-, of Hie iovermiii ut 's in t.
for piirHsenf exposiux, correct int.-and .n-
vent 1114 te tail u 1st rat i ve rnirs, provi'lim;
it be free from personalities and defama
tion. Article S. When the offense shall be
committed in any place beyond the limits
of the Federal capit il. the' oifciider shall
be arrested nnd conveyed to the snid capi
tal for the purpose of beiim there tried by
the tribunal constituted by the said de
cree. Artic le 4. All provisions to the contrary
are hereby repealed.
The minister and secretary of state for
the di'piirttueiit of jiisike will cause this
decree to Is executed.
The chsrev of JM, l:in, to which
the present ilis-rif refers, was issued, it
will be remembered, shortly uf-.T tlio
mutiny of the Sti-oinl ri-uiini'nt of nrtil
vry. By that decree i,iis iniuit-
tW offi'iws therein ssvjticd urt nsid-
ersl guilty of military sedition and must
uffer the js'tmltics with whuh this
crime is punishal.le. The criin.' is nc
CurditiL' to military fonus, U lore n mili
tary trilumal instituted by the pivetn
Hu nt. The olTotisi's sin-citii il in the de
cree are as follows:
First t.'onsplrinn nguln.t the republic
and it uovernuient.
5-oiid Advlslnn, aldlntt or nliettlng,
by worl, wrltiiiu or deed, civil ruvultur
military Insiilsirdl nation.
Third AttemptiiiK by any species of
Instigation lo lead otlicers or soldiers into
aeUcimtrary to theiriluty to their superi
ors or hostile to the republican form of
Founh-Cirrulntlnir In tho army and
navy false and subversive idci In such a
manner as to excite unfriendly feelings
toward the republic.
Fifth I'roniotliin Intoxication among
the soldiers for the purpose uf leading
them Into acts of insiib irdlnatloii.
Monarchical Oritsn Siiienils,
Whi n tlie divri of l)ec, J;i was Issued
the editor of The Tt ilmtiM LilaTal, organ
of the lust monnr. bical ministry, ulleir.
ing that its provisions were destructive
of the freedom of the press, disroiitinneil
the publication uf his pajs r. Ilia eno
mios. howeViT. any that the reason al
log.sl w as a lin ra preteit, and that the
paper really died from a want of means.
The other p;i ra, already very guarded
in their totio, Ins nme siill inori, so, and
the discussion of political matters was
altniMt fxclusivi'ly (.untitled to privulu
la these, however, It became more and
more lively and all torts of retsirt weru
kept in circulation, many of tin tii caus
ing no lit lie of atitiovunc to the minis
ter nml their fiiotnls were reaching
their enn. Then there srotw a feeling
fuvorablu the freislom of the press.
One of the Aivt tH-rson to give open ex
presetim to this fseling was the minister
of agriculture, who, in an address made
before an ass. s In t ion in this city, took
ocoBslon to say that no one aspiring to
goern a fnsj ieiile ihonld interfere
with the lila-rty of the press, and that
the only corns tive for the abuse of this
liberty is tn l found in publio opinion.
Although this minister shortly after
wards went nut of office the idea re
mained. Un Feb, IS, at a dinner given
to the ex-minister, the minister of war
poke to the same effect, and a few day
afterwards the ollkial tutper publlshisj a
decluration that Uie decree of . 28
was not intended to restrict the lilierty
of the press, Hint' then the tone of the
press has Iwnuii much bil.ler, mid some
ery violent srticlos against the govern
ment have Iss-n pnblishml. Humors of
11 kinds have continued to circulate,
and tome of thum have fuuud their way
Into the proas.
' Yujtturduy thera waa arrusted in the
church and state. He then went to
Camx and established an opposition
Sapor. It is said that he now intends
iauont Inning its publication.
Our Couicrutulutlon Aocitd,
Ou April I Jiuues Foiincr Lee, charge
d' nffaites of the L'nitcd States of Amer
ica, had an audience with l'residont He
Fonseca, and presented to liim the joint
resolution of tho I'nited States senate
and house of ivpivsuulatives, engrossed
on beautiful vellum. In replying to
Mr. Lee's speech. Marshal Oeisloro suid
"With feelings of heartfelt joy, I ac
cept the congratulations of the congres
of the I'liilcd States of America on the
ausiicioii.s event now realized of the as
sumption of swl'-goverumeut throuyhout
tlie w ii, ue conuiioiit.
"The sentiment of friendship and
amitv which has fortunatelr ever con
tinned to ob t between lirazil nnd the
L nited Slates of America will be, hence
forward, I hope an 1 trust, still more in.
timiitu and cordial, hv reason of thu
Identity of politiciil iiistiiulion which
establish a virtual alliance between the
Brazilian people and the American peo.
pie, an alliance founded on sentiments
of iniitie.il re-pect, and esteem, and con
fidence, mid timt Ins iu view interests
common to the cause of peace and uf
the t.i'osperity of American nations.
"The Brazilian people, who have al
ways held ill high esteem the good rela
tions maintained with the American
Hurplo, will receive with feelings of
gratitude this new proof of friendship
ou the part of the worthv and illustrious
representatives of the I'ni eil States of
America in congress assenibled. ns well
as the signal pi f offered us by the il
lustrious president of the powerful re
public, your native land, by sending us
through your nito-incilnim the expres
sion llieir mcinlly sentiments.
Itrilll Accepts the I'caee agreement.
Rio J WKittii, April .'in. The report of
a ministerial crisis is i'al-e. According to
thu newspaper ,,f Montevideo. Ministers
Beciivuna and Huy Kirbozu still retain
their porifoiios. Th. v state that the
discord iu the cabinet has disappeared.
and that tile government has accepted
the coin -In. ion of the Washington con-
gross f, ot'Iitig all questions by arbi
tration which may arise between Amcr
FEARFUL RAILROAD WRECK.
ltiislihig Ylihlty ul a speed of Scvcnty
."U lies an Hour.
Stai-nton, Va.. Ajril ill. A lerrible
railri'iid v reck occurred at IlieStniritiei,
L'liesaKcko and Ohio station. A vesti
bule train, due hero fh in the west at I
o'cliH'k. was two hours late. A Unit II
o'cIik-U it came whirling on nt a -peed of
-evenly miles un hour, the engine look
ing like a sheet of lire. A niiniU rof
pct-soiis were tui thu station platform,
atid liad barely lime to escape. As the
train reached the passenger station, the
rear .sleeper careeno, I. striking Ihc plat
form, tearing away the iron po ts and
demolishing the whole phitloiiu sirm
lure. It strn. k the ICastern ba.-.-iLe
hoii-i' liltv rods I'loin the stati.n a i.ew
bri.-k building -ruliimi in its front and
wrecking the biiiiilin.'. Hie rear sleeper
then jumped the track, and turned oer
on its sioea Ii w feet from the track,
shiitterin.' the car into fiaj-taents. A
II'ihiU r of pa-enters in re in l he sleeper,
among tie iu lie- "1. ai I of lVkin" troupe
on 1 1 1 -1 1- wae to New York, Une M ison
was kiih.l. Mis- Myrtle K'nox. of Kansis
I tty, one ot tin-opera troupe. S!i- uas
feanolly iuaU4l"l. 'hie leg i as cut olf
In. low tlie k'.i . , I,. r li ft arm brok.-n. and
right sll.-lllil. r oi-l.s-aieil. A piece of
W.H..I via- l uri.-.l in li. r tl.i;;h. culling
an art. rv ami cau-ii.g .!, ilh Iroiu bl.ii.l
iliL' in a lew 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 and I cf. re uryical
illd Collld he sllllllliollcil.
'Iliii-i' kiio n lo have been in jiired are:
W..I. Kirk an i. k, of New York, leg
and lead: it l - t ! i . . n , f . t he u ill i.e.. v. r.
I.. S. SI.. man, of i incinnali. sliuhllv,
Kditii Miller, of N. w York. Ii-r broken.
Mrs. IMar. Y. bh. I. g le uo I.
l.dwiird Si. oiis. : h. a eier spraim d.
Mis.- It. riii.i l-'ishi-r. concii. .ii of the
spin.- and coi,iiisj,,u f (he nbdouien,
ci iisid. r. .l il.nij. r..u-.
l.e a Ham on. sculp wound.
Miss .bine I niiih.'iiu. spraiiicii ankle.
Aii O' the in iiired Is 'long 1.. ih "I 'earl
of 1'. kin" troupe, except Kirkii.itrick,
There w.-es coaches, tiloof which
were shs p. is. No one was injured cx
eept tb. is,, iu the rear lc.-is r. The en
gine nod other cars rush d on f..ra mile.
Wbell tile .lUllieer. oil 111 Up Ul'a.le. go
control of the engine, liieaceidi.tu ias
canst-.! I iv the biake r... falling, throw-
ing the lmila-1 iiinoiig the nir-l.r.,1, n-
lions, leiid.-ritg the bralos o..1,..h
ami causing Ihe engineer to I,, o ontiol
f his tram. The wounded are Is ing
nil inrid for. .Mis K'ii...'s remains
W ill la- L-lllbilllneil.
Given the Slrikinir Clileasio Car
pcnlers b.v tlie Dosses,
And the Strike Will Be
Tlie Old llosses1 Association Ahsolittely
Ilerllnes to Arbitrate Ntoek Yimls Em
ployes Will Nti-lke for i:lglit Hours La
bor Situation Iu Kew lainlaiid Other
l.il ttor Ti'oat.ti s.
ClliiAiai, April ill). -Both tho Boss
Carpenters' iisoci!itin-,i mid the comiuit
lee from the carpenters' council failed
iu their elforts to reach a settlement
with the ma'-ter en", peniers at the meet
ing, and the strike will be continued iu
defiaiielv :i;:ainst the master carpenters.
'I'he conuuii u e fnuii the new Bots Car
penters' association hud a brief confer
ence with the directors of the old asso
ciation. The old association absolutely refused
to arbitrate with the committee from
the new ussocinliim, and the conference
ended. Then be.cin the m.-otiiiK with
the carpenters' council. The confer
ence was a stormy one and terminated
in considerable disorder when a member
of the Master Carpenters' association
moved thai the association should not
recognize the union. The resolution
was carried with an unanimity that was
..liiinoiis, and the carjieuters' council
l.-ft. vowing that the strike would be ex
tended into all trades, so far us the
muster carpenters ure concerned,
Police Protection Asked.
The in 'tubers of the Master-Carpen
ters an, I in m Iders association have pre-
senici to .ii ivor i re,?, r a written d
liiuud fir police prolection. They de
clare that it this is not liirttished so that
; hoy can employ non-union men, win
stand iea.lv to go to work, they will
make an ap al to (iovernor Fifer, since
tin y cl. mi that there are more non
union nn n m the ctlv than would sufH,
for thou! to lini-h the contracts that hav
il delayed for the hist three weeki
an 1 on which thev would probably suf
fer heavy l,. s bv forfeits should a deal
la-iiunle Is-iw.s-u the striker and tho
KEMMLER S EXECUTION.
The Doomed Man see No One Ktcept Ills
Arm-its, N. A'.. April S'.l. Kei lor
has sc. ii bis last Siinuav in s, l.taiy coti-
lllll lllellt. He II. ler sees a III ing soul
iiitsid.-bis two guards, his spiritual ad
viser utl.l oocM-ioluilly the warden's wife.
Ileis-elll.i. s hi- tilll.-'ill .lu ll i,e liifillihle
and writing his nuiogrui h on cards, lir.
Il.ii lliiioilo M ieiui-i. with his patent
resui il.iiin.- apparatus, is here He is
here nl the n-.pi.-si of the Harden to see
that even thing goes olt sin...,thly. The
d.s-loi- tried his pali iit ou aliiiuals which
were put to lealh by electricity ill prison
in ilnuuurv last, when the machinery
wns II M te-ted. It failed lit that time
lo resiis-i:a'e the sitlij.i ts, and went far
towards com' iii. ing the elis triciil coin
mission that death, and Hot mere sus-K-ii,e-l
niiiiiinti'.ii, wns pnsl.iee. in-tan-tuiiisiu.lv.
He will also try Ihe appara
tus. .n Ketiiinl. r after the d.Hiiiied man
has ns ni veil l.otlo volts.
Wanton Illusion lias yet to let fall the
llrst Inl.liiig alothe preci-e dav of his
Inking oil', ' It is Is lieved Weiliiesday
will Is-the day, but certainly not luler
1 1 tin i Thursday,
Kx-Stato Treii urei-Archer, of Mary
linn I, has Iss'ii in. li.-teil by thu grand
jury at Annapolis for einU zzLiiient.
DAUGHTERS OF EVE.
AT THE STO0K YARDS.
About 4.000 l:inpl,.y.' will strike
Tlu-lr )i-uimiiU Are ot Attreetl Tn.
It is now practically certain that tho
employes i f the I'nioii stin k yards will
ou a rtrike to the uumlH-r of about
I.iMsJ May 1. It has been, arranged bv
the tu, u to go out Thursday morning
unless the packers sound tho whistle
for commencing and inditing work nt
m. ami 4::io p. m., on Acdnesdsv
thus, in iicating their acceptance of the
l g til -ti. u l day and I lie ut.'ler terms do.
The . -Mill. iv. r 'are a unit In refusing
the terms as ied bv the emnloves nml
nave i,,i i .e.. wci-ks tss-ii in'eiiaruiir Ii
the inei ital ic by tilling up tlio cisding
uses in .-.. ork. llilliinore an
B..-t..n with f'-i-li iH-ef. The luickers ,1
t express ilie.u-.'ii.'S as very stnuiglv
,.ps.s,-,l p. tin- eighi-hoiir day. but iheV
n-tn-e .si:iv..y ioe-;iige lion who are
not held under some penult y of for-
feitiiiv .. -; i iry ngaiiist ouittmg work
without givu.g at lei.-t leu day notice,
IN NEW ENGLAND?
The llotoll Glolie ICetleus the Situation
III Thai Meet inn.
D-iston. Ami) n. The 01ols pub
lishes an article showing Ihe situation in
New Lug!;. lid regaining the labor dem-
olistrnt i, n to take ph, ci- May 1,
It -.-n, that llo-t.-n and Worcester will
Is.- tie- mam I .:' :1c grounds for this statu.
tn both of which lie- cmest will be fur
a working day of i;dr hours.
Tlie greater part of the it.oflO parpen.
teis employed m II ...ton will strike for
eight hours, lr.it they make no demand
for an her. use m the hour late of
wages. Ili.-i iH-lieic that a decrease in
hours will c :it-e an increase iu wages,
nccordiiiK to the law of supply and de-
Tho canienters are so well orL-nnlr.-.l
all through New England, and even tha
Ciinadian provinces, that there is Utile
I -ar ot outside carls-liter cuiuiinr hoi-o
. . i. i. i.. .
io i.-uie i.ieir places.
It Is. wild tiiat in orcester, the paint
s. pliuiiiK-rs and ?laters will ask for
iittiK Horn's, w ith tlie same iiay they now
get for ten hours work. Norcross
Hint tiers lino Hailing Hi'ot H-rs. have an
n.iiinced that they will adopt nine hours
.May 1 i..r carisnters and their m l
nan. is nnd oilier ludis.r Workmen.
In nine other cities in this state, tha
woikiiigiueii demand a working day uf
nine in iii s.
In suvcral cities, the plnniliers, brlck
layeis and masons will dcinaiid nine
Hours. 1 lie ipiiirrvmen and granite cut
ters tn fjuhicy will probably strike, ns
the l-e, while wiiling to grab the
tune hour system, will not agree to tlie
price pel uuur deini.uued by the work
men. Strikes are expected among the grnn
Iterlil tors Ht Westerly. K. i.;Conci l,
X II.. and Hallow'ell. Me, The me
chanic al IV 'i-t.-iiM mi h. N'. IL, nnd the
raia-titers at I'ortland and Ltwiatoii,
city of Campos, and brought to Rio
Janeiro Dr. Pedro Tavirci, editor of a
paper published there. On hi arrival
Ler he was informod by one of tha
polio delegates that tha cans of his ar
rest waa an article published in hi
paper, and that It was eximcted that
hareAfW ha would not publish violent
articles against tha (rovnunent. It was
added that, ns he was unaware of tha
provisions of the decree of the KUtli Init.,
Den, Deodoro has forgiven hi offense
and ordired him to be tut at lilssrty.
Pr. Pedro Tavarea 1 an original Re
publican. On tha republio being pro
claimed, h was appointed by the pro
visional govornment governor of Maran
hso. He resigned bis office because tha
prortsional goremmeot offered him to
yual a decro he had lamed ieparatin
Mr. Ida A. Ilaris-r Ins been nindo tin
managing eilitor of Tho Terra lliiuto New.
Miss n. r. Otis, tho newest of New York'
women editors, Is ilescrils-d as In-iua Is'iiutl-
fill, II ve feet four itichisj tall, with light hair
aud a pretty llgiirn. Klie is ubout H year old.
Mr. Lniigtry paid all the ini-inls-rs of her
eotiiiuy full Kidiiry for tlio month during
which they were Idle owing to I ho postpone
ment on account of her illness uf her opening
at tlio Ht. James, In Lotidou.
Miss Vensey, daughter of tho Interstate
couiui"riH coiiiiiilsslonijr, was horn nt tho
Tory tlmii when tier father wns helping fight
the Isittlo of (lettysburg, and was iiamed
Awia Uuttysburg In memory of that evunt,
Sim. Margaret Belaud, author of "John
Ward, I'l-cui-licr," I a great favorite In Iksv
ton. fthu I tlie owner of one of the largest
and hnndsomest mastiffs In the city, who ao
conipnuls his fond uitstres on all her walks
Mm Eiiinin D, Mill, who was rcgardod a
the founder of tyimwrltlug us a profession
for women In New York, ny that next to
being a good executant on the Instrument,, it
la niuet valuable for a girl who want a place
to bo protty, or at least atyllsh looking,
A lUter-ln-law of Frank Stockton, who I
a missionary to India, was called ujsju to till
a position temporarily vacated by an Eng
lish tenchor In a female school In Hlain. In
some way the Blamese girl hoard of her con
nection with tho novelist and were electrified
by the Information, Hurruundliig her en
Bias they xclalmed i "Now we shall Hud out
whether U was the lady or the tiger I"
Me,, demand nun- hours.
A Thoimhtliil Nlu.l.'iii or the lailHir I'rob
St. Ijit-m. Mo.. Auil '.. IjihnrCnm-iiiis-li.n.
r av Merriwctlier i proliahly
one of Ihe most Ihouehtliil slui eiilsu'f
Ihe IiiImii problem in Ihe I' lilted Ntutes.
II-has lukeu toil from Isivhotsl, nnd
his education In, ing the most lils-ral that
a Iniisli evpeiiiiiture of money can buy,
he is, nl least, theoretically (sistcd. Dr.
Mai thews, of the ( 'ciitcmirv cliun'h, re
cently made what Mr. Merriwether con
slileic.l an attack on the ftu-tory girls,
and this is the way he answered liim I
"If vou will priils- Is-iieulh the surface
of ws-iety, you will lln.l mure Immorali
ty than nniong those hard working fac
tory girls, I can take you out nnd show
you ladies, every one' of whom has a
lover. And you would nut llnd it out
unless vou play ed detective and followed
them nisiut day and night. 1'cnple whose
scos. of olnscrvalion is not large, are
likelv to form gi nernl opinions from in
dividual cases. 1 think that Is w lint Is
the mutter In the present instance, and
out of 1 7.000 gil ls. II is nol lo Is- wonder
ed at if some go wrong. Take the same
proportion of the upper chunes and see
what you woii'il llnd.
The statement, published In nn after
noon news a"-r, has ciiinmd a svusution.
Its) Kxcrllviit Qualities
Commend to public npprovnl the Califor
nia liiiiid fruit remedy Syrup of Fig. It
is pli nsing tu the eye, nnd to the tnstc
nnd bv gently acting on the kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, it cleanses the svstcm
cITcctniilly, thereby promoting tlie health
nnd comtort uf nil who use it.
Mr. C. Pittnmn, Illnck Creek, N. C,
lind a bud sure leg, caused by n wound
received during the war, nnd which had
been tore ever since. He wns cured by
using Mrs, Joe J'rrson Remedy and
THE FLOOD IN TEXAS.
Trlulty Itivil Higher thiol It Kver has
Dallas, T exits, April si). The great
liso iu Trinity river forced the abandon
ment uf nboiit four hundred houses in
the suburbs, The river was a few inches
higher than that of ls, which was the
highest recorded within the memory of
the very oldest sell Id s. Men lire ha d at
work rep.'iirh g washouts on Ihe lexus
aud I'm" lie, i.ulf, Colorado nndSintu
l''e, .MisMuui I'licilic, Kansas and Texas,
Texas Trunk and Oak I iilf Klcvutcd
The water ran through the windows of
the lli'st lloot'of tin- Dallas elevator, nnd
damaged a lar;-.e amount of wheat. Two
thousand baits of cotioii were .-turn d at
.ho compress, fool of l.ainar street. As
tlio limit was bo'im iraiisb rrcil from "tie
train to another o;i lie i'cmis and I'a i ic
roail, a Hooch of re, 'i t,. i" 1 mail -lipped
oil the ii. nnl car iiu-i s ink iu Ihe swift
current before it could Ik- recovered.
The diuimgo bv the Hood in this city is
Askluix lor liiliii-iinil Ion.
AVahiiinhtox. Anril '.'!'. Secretarv
BriK'tor has reei iied scleral replies to
his telegrams askimi fur information in
regard to tlie extent of sull'ering ill tho
overllowed .lis ii, Is ot the south. The
governoi-of Louisiana said llial ten days'
rations tor i on i.e..i.e .should la- sent
lo New Urlcai s for distribution thrcugl
out the state. The goiernor of Missis
siptit sacs there are pioliuhlv '.'ll.ti. U is-
sons in that slate nee linu assistance, nnd
the governor oi Aik iiisiis sai s that ."hmi
Issiple in riiillo s count v and a coiisi.li
able number in I Icsha county are in great
nee, l oi ii-iiei.
Ciiptiiin Weston Iiiih Ih'cii Instructed t
use his own discretion in regard lo the
issue ot green shoiiloors and cormncal
instead of bacon uud Hour, mul to do at
once all lie can lor the rebel of all win
need It, lie has been given ample pow
m the matter of Iraiisi.ortation and Ihv
empio mem ul assistants.
Am Ailverse lteiort.
AV ash vi ton, April 2!!. The house
commute,-on war claims has nnthorizi
nil a.lvci'si-report ou the bill uppiupi'iii
ling if.'-l.'.o ,, o iciinoiii'se the loiviis ol
I'rederii k. 1 lagelslowu and Middletown
Mil.. Ihe war assessment levied on them
bv lien, .f ul ml Karlv in lsit.. bv wuv ni
retaliation ugainst the United Slab's,
the coinniiit. e also ,1, si, lei I to report ad
vet-sell the bill introduced bv Itepreseli-
taltve l eii-t.-r appropriating ?ss-j,:likl io
rciinbiiis" the slate ol Kansas lor mum
expended in I lie M-ltleliient of claims ol
citietisol that stale tor pri-rty cup-
utieii or ii stroveii ny I oiitcticrale lone
during the win-.
1li-oi,luu siiieks In Crevasses,
Ni:w Mm KAXs. April Sit. A spis-iul to
ineiiaiii 'ai.s iimiii ii.ii.ui liougcNiyK
I he rebel boat I . ntali laid at .Martini
crevass all hist night. The break is vir
tuallv el.' i .1. Nearly one liim.ire.l ill
s:ind Nicks were di'iipissl in from of Ihe
crib work, ami nt Ii o'el.s k Ihe back
water li-ei liilleii three feet. I his morn
ing the cii-a.sse is Utrely leaking, but
tin-re i- not a siillh ieticv of sacks. The
Bacoluh i-iinie up lo llntoii Koue,. foraii1
other load of sacks, and w ill return to
the ereiasM' ut once.
The river is stcndirV decliniug. nnd all
tear ul lurtner breal.s are gone.
Kb-rtrU- Wires C'iiiim-iI Tmiihte,
Blirxsivii-K. fin., April !'. The Iron
risillngauil work on Ihe Kast Teiiuessis
railroad warehouse callirhl lire Iroiu a
broken ehs-tric w ire. nml comiiiiinicnlci
the Haines to the M.illoi y -l- alncr. llo
wharvis were ciowled with laborers.
several ol w Inuii gr.ibls'd the gavaui.is
ironhuokiislh.il bad Iss onie chargisl.
mil were severely sbisked. Anil sin
;iiiii was siiiiinioncii an. I cm Hie wire
(s liile any wi-ioiis damage was done,
Hall illiiire mul llhlo ttiillmint.
riTTSliritu, I'a.. April -.Ml. The Haiti
more tun I Ohio l,ai'i,,i, company have
granted Ihe ileiiiaml n. their eluployis-s
for an advance. i i .- day conductors
V.'.ei, and ni, lit coi.'Hiei..i , tf-.'.lHi a dav.
Ilrakcincli will ls paid s".'..iii. and uialit
-ii ,.'.Jit. Ten ho'iis . o.isiiiiiie a diiv's
work. This is the lil-t to break ill the
The roroncr nt Newark. X. J., has lust
s-cn H'liieiiceii lo one vear in (he s-,ii
leutiarv lor nai in,: r.- i c.t i -.'.ism ,,n
,'isi cluH-k, nml refusing to refund ihe
The tinneis of Na-hviil -, Tenii,, are on
QUARREL RESULTS IN MURDER.
A Well Known Cliu-liiiiHilun, With a Rail
Temper, tti-hliiil I hi Iturs.
Cincinnati, April :tu. -Joseph Smith.
the well known proprietor of the yuis-n
City laundry Willi iin.in otHce iu the
Wulghell building at Kim nml Long-
worth, was arraigned in the police court
Monday morning on Ihe dread charge of
murder. William II. N'iemer, em-iiu-et
f the eight-11 building, aired 4M. was
the victim. At his l.ite Imuie. at fl
Butts sli-c-et, is a moiirnlnif widow and
live little lines. Tin. diflicultv arie
through Smith's onmplaint that 'Nieiuet
lid not furnish enough steam for hit
laundry office and public baths, II
went into the basement with Weighed,
the landlord. Saturday evening.
A heated tlobste lllltl abusive lnninam
followed, nnd thev sisin came lo blows
Nhfiner fell, ye it is i lailm-d Smith con
tinned to strike the prostrate form
AVhen Kmlth was made to ih-i-t Nleinet
was dead. Hemorrhage of Ihe brain
from the bluw or the fall Wu tlie osus
Hmith resffles with his famllv at XT
Jefferson street, and is reputed to Is)
worth fHti.iHNl. lie is Mid tu lie of very
violent tenis.r when nt all aroused, and
rather uunoinilar with his neluhls.rs
aud employes un lucount of hi tyrsu
H..B-il and rillorlrrt.
AYll.MIMiTiiN. Ihtl.. Amil 0 -James
Hamilton, John T. Owens and James
Owen Isaacs, who were convicted Inst
week of stealing a horse from KM West,
a fanner living at Cross Keys, were
pilloried for one hour and served with
Jvcnty lushes each at (Georgetown.
i uey utive a year s imprisonment also
to serve. There being no jnilyard the
whinnimr tisik nbiceon the villairo oreen
in a suice ros-d to kivp lan k the crowd
of Vuu. The young men were connected
with prominent families, and their trial
was one of the must hotly con teste. I
legal butties ever known in this section,
Hinct thnir sentence strong pn-ssure ha
Iwen brought uiain the goveiuor tu re
mit the uurpurui puuUhmeut,
The Anhevllle Clllscii Ivcn
The Intcst locnl news.
The freshest Stntc ncwa.
The la-st gencrnl news.
(h-iicriil nnd spei-lnl coinments.
The largest subscription list of nny
secular uiicr in the titntc.
The Ust iulvertiing medium in the
A full stuff uf able editor and corres-
The ncnlcst. newsiest nnd most enter-
prising niiicr In North Cumlinn.
Its elforts are nlwny devoted to the
iiDliuililitiL' nnd dcvclomncnt of the re
sources of the Stnte, pnrtlculiirly tlie
Suhscription. (l per annum i 13 i
months; CO cents per month.
Soiiiolliiiifjc now for our fit
izciis is a treat to a five milrt
l ido oA-or tlio electric railwiiy
by all persons iiurcliasiii", a
dollar's worth or more pi"
tt'ooils from Hostio 1'ii'os. &
Wrilit on Monday, (lie 'JSIh
inst., nml durinii' the we k
ioiiowiiiu'. 1 oinliiiie pi iisuro
and profit hy necoptiiijsV lliis
opportunity. No stock
the city is more coinplett
oniurnein"' many novelties in
Dr(ss Goods, TriniiniiiKx. No
tions, Hitts (lij job at X. V
prices), and shoes to suit 11k
most tasteful. Polite and at
comiiiodatiiiw corps of sales
men lo show you tliroiifi,!!
A cordial invitation to nil
No. 11 N. Court S )u.i re.
THE "HICKORY INN,"
HICKORY, X. C.
A POPULAR WINTER RESORT.
The entire littK'k nl
liit'luiliiit: line llrotH lies. Putt. ins utnl llraci'
1-JJ-ONE-THIRD OFF 1-1-
KcvnrilUs ol ensl, us wc Int. nil In the Inturr
to kcji tiothina but Holiu Oolil ua,
Stcrlim; Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
I CAniUft ICWCICD
Mouth main Si. AttltcvilH-
W. A. IW.AIU. .1. V. Iiitowx
No, $i 1'Httou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BUIR S OLD STAND
Wo are now ready, and in
vito our friends ami the iul
nc U'onoraiiy to call mm ox
amino our well selected slock
Which wo are offorin;atrook
bottom prices. I'mlcrtnkiiiLv
special feature. Calls at
tended day or nijiht.
Telephone, day 7t, i)ij'lit (."
I5LAIR & RROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R. CO
I'SSSSSIIK KKI'ASTy SNT.
Wrsu-rs .North Cnrollns iHvlslon.
I'AHMKN'liKH TRAIN HCII Hllt'l.K
lis KrrKCT Mnnh U.H
7nth Mrrlilluli tlmi- usril ishrn mil ulhrrwls.
I No. M
" Nrw Vnrk.
1 annum I iloui.m
V.'lu.os I lo jot.m
1 oriim I 7 twain
a IO.m litniMini
I J aopm
1 1 Itoiun
No. All I No Ail
Imlly. I lutllv.
New York, ISIir.nmP4:iiipm
Chlln., 7ilonml nn7pin
liallliniin.. I tl4Anin uao
NVnsliliiKl'n 1 1 !lnm 1 1 iiinun
l.yiii-lil.iirs. Atopni A U7ara
Nl.llinollil, .loomul 'J.'lonml
2lisnvlllr, " T sopm Jtonsml
(Until nicr. I
A. t . M
Miionnill.T. Ilm Htirinas,
IOOM nmlAr. Ilrnilrrs.,nlll.,
I II J imtl " HnsrtunliiirK,
I No. n
M4o p m
i t oo p m
I Oii7 p m
.'I -to p ni
No. 1 s p linllj, ctcriit Sunils,r.TTNo. 17
11 10 smIAr,
an nut! "
nn pm "
A.t. 111. -
8 AA p m
l no n m
4A s nt
0 to s m
Nn. AO anil At. Pullman aimm-a limtmmk
Orrrnsbom nml Morrlsliiwa
Nos. Ail anil Al I'nlhnnn MliffVt Hlrrplns
Cnrslsrlwrvn Mol HprliiKs snil WnslnnKtoil.
Ashrvlllcls llrrnhrnat Slstlnn fur No. fill.
lll.koryl ) oa;
vtr. a. wintfiiRn, n. p a,.
A.lwwIIU. si cs.
JAB. L. TAVI.OH.O. P. A.,
wnsninsioti, u. w.
NBW HOOHHt NUWLi KURNISIIHU
ALL MOIlUNN IMPNOVKMRNTM.
Ils8. N B. ATKINSON,
Nn 111 llatiind li
Average Winter Temperature, 52 Decrees.
The Hotel is handsomely furnished throughout, has
Klectric Lights, (las, Hot and Told Water Ilaths, and all
the conveniences of a modern home. For terms, etc., ad
dress FRANK LOUGIIRAN,
j 1 1 pfc
TAYLOR, BOUIS & KROTHERTON,
Wluilemik- nnd Uctnll I Villi n In
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
lUiATIORH, RAMiKS. TINW ARU, &c.
SA.MTARV I'l.l'MIIIXC, CAS AND STKAM KITTIXO,
TI ' AND SI.ATH KOOI'IXlt,
Al'TOMATIC UI-IX'TKIC OAS I.IOIITIXC. AM) CAM. Itl-I.LS,
AGENTS FOri -ROYAL" GAS M CHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS ASPECIALTY
New Store--Under Opera House,
No. 43 ration Ave., . AhIicvIHc, N. C.
Kstintntrs I hivrfullv (ilvin on nil Work in our I. Inc.
I. iv.tliiiri. rr.-si.litit.
Ii (-.iniiiNs. iix'-rri-siil. nt.
W. M. AsiiiioKK, Swri-trry.
Al.hx. Allison, Trt-asurrr.
BUILDING AND WAN ASSOCIATION,
Iomv Oflicct KMIXVII.LI:, TKXN.
Authorized CapUal, - - 825,000,000
LOCAL IIOAKIi AT ASIU-MM.I-:
S. !. lions, pri-sl 'l-lll.
C. C. Mil'AhTV. VH'i.l'risiiUiil.
Tllho V Tmkl.l.l.. Sir. Tn-lis.
1'. A. I ruui.Mis, Attomt-y.
M.NAGED SOLELY BY ODD FEI.IOWS. BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
Oot-s n ttt-ni-rnl l.u.lnt-ss l.rtnls full fii.T vulm. ,r .f.h-k .. kl , nM.i..... ..
"tii.-nttilv. Iskiii-s monthly iMivtii.tit ,11. k. iin-l lutlv until tit, mi.,.1. nn u-'i.,.-i. n t, '.ii..l
It-llil U piltil. fini tlir IHitH-flili. il..lit.t.-M i.' n. 1.-1. ti-firM l..-....M,iH ...... lu. ..... u.i .... ...Ok
Itoni U tu 1J IK-I ITIU K-r vi-iir iliiioioitivil. All svvuriliis fkiiirsiii-,1 uiih ihn. v,,i.il
llntiks iis Trnstns. For ftirlln-r imrik-ulurs villi on
N. T. HOWARD, Htatc Agent.
illninvU inliiv for a ft-w iln- s nt Tnylur, II,. tils X l:r,,llt. rl.tn s. No. 3 I'ntton Ave.
flTZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dt alcraln Wall Paper, Wind SIiaU-h and Patent Hanger.
I'Hlnts. (ill. nnit nrnlshvs. Mn.urr's MUul I'nitits nn.l
Pn-iirh ami A merli ns
Wi- krt-n In .link Ht. I.i.itl.iin.l Krnln.kv Ijtntl
Colors. Wlnilow disss, butt.
W. T. I'KSMMAN.
W. S. 1'KNNIMAN,
PENNIMAN & C0..
-JOIinKSS AND DKAI.KU IS-
H AjR DiW.ARTE
asiievili.i;, is. c.
DUPONT POWDER CO.. RICHMOND STOVE CO.. COKUsmd. .n..si ,v.
OLD HICKORY WAG0N8. STUDERAKEH WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS. ETC. M CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
SPECIAL SALE I
W'V lift' HOW I'lTrrlnir him i-tnl linrunln. In ii.i
nnu I, it... v... 1...... ... .? . ; " v.1
mmi iriim 1 H inntt' mm i.tiw
Our Ihivit. MH. I o iiiiwtyt.i. 1.
l!U '.""7 ' t hvlt a tluil .lav thnrt n liix ti,i,Hcio
Ih- Kllln un tl.c nmh mr Ituul u(
iili litt Wc rr nnw mIIIhl oft mir tli.nl 1.....1 . ......7 " " 1 ' J ' . "'""
,,.ll,1lntL,'il7...Vf.iV.;i'!.i.M''?vy l"'"" ny Iwlow cost, mul
nllis nt J Is iio.lllt(-l.v th, l,iM-l h.H- un rnrth. Mru's ft. no
1 A n- , 1111,1 ,1 un-iti itinny oih.-r iliinus ihsi win i.i.i, T...
Hrforr Ihr vrnr Is out
Mioinli-n sins- tin I. in
iu .ii Vi.J oV.. '.1'.'.,','"Jl..'!.,!.r,;,,l..'l,n.,,v,,,,,''r '"!""' st will n.tonl.h yT.u
:";.:::.i.:"w i,mt ,,re "n - 1 :xiizxz
Asheyllle Dry Goods Co.,
. O. 1IOWKI.L, MannKcr.
At ulil slnnil, 1st iliiur Ih-Iiiw fi-nuinina s Co.' llsrdwart Btora.
HOTEL ST. ARMOND,lo
fSKVLANH MINK K A I, SPRINGS, N. C.
lilKlit Mllca Kouth of Anlicvlllc, on the A. A H. Railroad.
0 MIXIIRAI. SI'KIXC.S. THU IM.NIJST SI-KINGS SOUTH Ol' SARATOGA.
The annlysl. show. ln.n.Alii.n,II,.,m,M)Jnr,lnnr) While Sulphur, Cure. Hh.uma.
Il.ni. I.loo.l IW,W., tiy.,,..!,., I.,, Nrrvou, AKtM,mt Rnd K( ,.,..,.
kunimuuiuus nuun nnu Kroutiii. Clllsint csnllint. TV,.
E. A. LeVENE,
Street Car Schedule.
rWglnalns; at T a. m, Bnitlns lo 00 n. m.
Csr Icavt S.srt for all point on the
hour, and twrnty and forty mlrnitr there,
Schedule can connect at Htiuara,
Train ear and bssssmt
. f)m tallw sllowed ravh pssseniref .
nnaasR trsnslerred from all polnu In the
city for BS cent, '
THU AAIIBVIU.B ITKBBT IV. CO. i
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTBBT KUUTtt TO
KANSAS CITY ANO THE WESTj
A.heylll. tn S.n Hrsndseo. Csllfnrnl. ..rf
Portlnnd, Orcson, Is A dnv. ,-,l"ornl. na
aollrt Ve.tlltulnl Trains Ht f mil. i-
For full Infornmtlun call o oTwriU to
B. A. Newland,
J CIIARUTON, O. P, A., Chk.,0, HI.