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J. BULL'S MISTAKE
Explorer Stanley Shows What
England Hat Lost
By Not Listening to His African
Germany's Afrteea rollcy Plainly 8hw
By Further Debates la the Beleastag.
Basis) Will Explor the Dark OoaMnaa
and PniHlaa Capital D.v.lop It Oiaw
Foreign Mawa Mute.
STANLEY SHOWS INQLAND
What Ina Lee ay Mat Listening ta BUa
Prophaalaa Abeat Africa.
London, May 18. The recaption to
Henry M. Stanley In the Guild kaU
Tuesday vitu nn enthusiastic affair. A
dense crAVd throned the approaches to
the building, and the appearance of Mr.
Stanley wus the signal for a tremendous
outburst of cheering. The guest num
bered 9,000. The lord mayor prevented
to the explorer a casket, oontalniiiR an
address from the corporation of London.
Mr. Stanley, in returning thanks for
himself and' for hia rompautons, laid
that the Congo might hare belonged
to England had Englitthmen listened
to hie lerturee between 1B7S and lt84.
Belgium in reaping 100 per cent. En-
J land trUirht of had East Africa, bat her
onrnalinti tee everything through
opaque glmwes. Germany to-day has the
lion s ehare and cjuiuut foil to win In
the long mn.
The Germane have a wide-awake
monarch. Wieatnana never heard of
each thinifi as Quakerism, peace aocietiee,
anti-enterprise companies and namby
jiamby journalism all of which are
clog to everv heaiiv endeavor made by
England, fie hoped the government
would reraeralier the lenicee of hli com
panions anl nut chill their young aonla
with the nrgleot whioh first warped
poor Gordon after hia heroic achieve
xnenti in China.
The louad Knaetlug Administered En
gland by Ntenl.y.
Everybody ia talking of the excoria
tion administered by Stanley to the
Quakers, pence societies, newspapers
and everything and everybody in gen
eral, in hia speech on the occasion of his
reception at the Guild hall, and some of
the papers are candid enough to admit
that he was abundantly justified in the
aeveritv of Ma remarks.
'While Enpliind ha alwolntely nothing
n show for the millions of ney and
ooeans of blond devoted to Africa the
Germans are making themselves mas
ters of the met fruitful portions of the
land at an outlay positively insignificant
aa compared witn what ' England has
sunk, and it is not surprising that a man
who has made the sacrifice and endured
the hardships that Stanley has in Eng
land's Interest should become exasper
ated at the opposition and apathy dis-
f laved by those who should support hiin.
I is not unlikely that the rigorous re
marks of the explorer will stir the gov
ernment Into action, which to be of any
advantage to England muiit be soon
"GERMANY IN EAST AFRICA.
Debate In the Reichstag an the Tolley ts
Be Panned Kintn't laniand for Salary.
The debate on the colonial estimates
was resumed in the German reichstag
Tuesday. Maj. Liuhert, commissioner
for East Afi ica, defended the oolonlal
policy of the government. The poysee.
aions now held by the Germans ia East
Africa and their explorations la that
part of tne country promised exvaor-
He spoke hlghlr In Tirale of Maj.
W imaon's services in forming a model
force and establishing stations in the
acquired territory. He refarded the
appointment or unn rasne to a mis
sion la the German service aa of great
importance. Missions, he said, ware
highly Important in colonial rtevelop
ments. Military rule on the east cos.-t
of Africa were securely established, and
German capital and enterprise, which
be declared would yield a handsome
profit, would be protected. Herr Von
Bennigsea also spoks warmly in defense
or tne colonial policy.
ITALY'S POLICY UNCHANGED.
Outlined by Premier Crlapl In the Cham-
beat n Aeeord With Kng'nnd,
Rons, May 16. In the chamber of
deputies Premier Crlapl stated that the
Toiler of the dreibuna was unchanged.
It was a policy of police and menaced no
cue, being solely of a defensive charao
ter. "Our arrramrnts," he mid, "are not
the result of alliances. They are neces
sary to Italy aa a means for defense if
menaced tn the ftalkau. We have
always protected the independence of
tnose states, in Humane, acting in ao
cord with Austria and England, we pre
vented action that would have endan
gered the policy of Europe. In Africa
we remain where we are, and go no
further. Nofhlng menace us from the
Soudan. The English are keeping a
rood watch there., Our accord with
England is complete, and we shall never
do anything except ia accord with her,"
WILL DESERT PRANCE.
The Okar Has Always Distracted the sta
bility oftbe ltphll&
LOKnnif, May It. The Vienna corre
spondent of The Tiuiee says ha hat
leaened that the removal of Prinoe Bis
marck has induced the esar to reverse
the policy of alliance with France and
revert to a German alllanee. "The
sar, say the eorreapnndeut, "always
distrust! the stability of the republic,
tot it was iinpoMihle to agree with Ger
many while Bismarck was ia offloe. The
rno meeting will probably result in
m som pact that will altogether change
the grouping of the European powers,
OPENED BY THE EMPEROR.
The Ureal Internatleaal AartenUnrnl a
hlbltlea at Tlesma.
VimnNA, May IS. The (real Interna
tional agricultural exklbitioa was opened
her Wednesday by the Emperor Franoia
Joseph in person, in the presence of an
immense concourse of people, many of
when were men prominent in Great
Britain and the ooun tries of continental
Europe. Prance and Italy stand at the
bead of the foreign nations represented
by exhibits, ia the importance and value
of their display aa wall aa by tha elab
orateness of detail manifested in every
, ... rlaudeefa Alba-lane,
CtTnn.ra, May li.-A, party of AV
banian has attacked and plundered a pro
Ttrfoa train waloh was on ha way front
Irak to 'this towa. A woman who waa
- a 1 it n om aba train waa killed and
eaveral other ' person went wounded.
1 other ' person went wonnaea.
Itotenegrlas are greatly excited,
coaAlota, are pending, although
a aMs has m-omiaMl ta bring the Mr-
Mentors ec tha outrage to Juatio and
fa indemnify the e srers.
v THE rpUNOLINa. CITY. (
Twenty Calldra Pseselsd n eTerasy Otty
( . .. . , ,asee sTv tw k
' VlW Tou, Mas; 1I.-A weU dressed,
pod Wkin, ro Md the
Pennsylvania railroad aepot in Jersey
City Tuesday morning and deposited a
bundle on the seat beside her. A few
momenta afterwards a gatemnn called
"Train for Baltimore and Washington.
She got up and started for the door.
An old man who eat near her said,
Here, madome, you've forgotten your
bundle." The woman blushed aud
stammered something about being baok
in a moment, and the next moment ah
waa out of sight m the crowd. The did
not return. About twenty minute
later there oaine a lusty cry from the
bundle. The old man who was sitting
near it got up hastily and called a po
liceman. The two unwrapped the bundle and
found it contained a baby, which was
waa taken to police headutmrters. It ia
a boy about four months old. The oloth
ing was of fine material. This is the
twentieth baby that has lieen deserted
in Jersey City since F b. 1. Iu no case
have the parents been found.
STRUCK AN ICEBERG.
Marrow Eaoap of the steamer Parisian
OR the Newfoundland lianas.
Ql'Kiux, May 16.-The Allan line
steamship Parisian, which has arrived
here from Liverpool, narrowly escaped
disaster off the bank of Newfoundland.
A heavy fog prevailed and the steamer
was running cautiously at the rate ef
ix miles an hour. The lookout sighted
a hug iceberg about forty yards ahead.
The engine were immediately reversed
but the steamer ran ou to a portion of it
t distance of about twelve feet.
For a time the huge ship shivered
from the shock and great excitement
prevailed on board, a panlo being pre
vented oulv by the self-possession of the
officers. The vessel lay on her broad
side for a full minute and Cant. Ritchie
ordered all hands on deck and the orew
to stand bv the boots. The vessel, how
aver, soon'settled back into clear water
ojilujured. Had the vessel been run
ning at a greater speed nothing could
have saved her from complete wreck
aud a Urge loss of life.
THE KEMMLER WRIT.
Jndge Wallace, la a Private Letter, Gives
Bis Reason Snr Granting It.
Acbubn, Jf. Y.. May H.-Th Adver
tiser publishes a private letter from
United State Judge Wallace, setting
forth hi reasons for granting the writ
of habeas oorpus in the Kenunler case.
He says: "The writ w.is granted so that
it might operate aa a temporary stay to
allow a man under sentence of death a
chance to be heard by the court of last
resort. Whatever I may have thought
aa to the gravity of the questions raised,
I know that I was not infallible, and
waa unwilling to permit a man to lose
hia life by a possible error of mine when,
by a tuuisirary stay, he could obtain the
opinion of supreme court."
Olaee Factories to Nhut Van Jane 15.
Chicaoo. May 1H. A committee of
anren meuilier of the Sheet-glass Man
ufacturers' aceociHtion. appointed at th
convention in C hicago last week, were
in conference with about thirty of the
leading glass jobbers of the weet. The
manufacturer have decided to shut
down th"ir blasts the 1st and 1Mb of
June in place of the enstomarv date on
July 1, this action lteitig dHienrlent,
however, uxn an agreement by the job
Ixtr to muiutiiin prices at the present
rate, there having recently leen quite
extensive cutiing in price. The matter
will be further uWiueed at another ses
sion. fairylnf Press, Reform to Europe.
Nkw Yokk. Mav lfl. Mrs. Annl
Jenncsa-Miller and her fler. Mis Ma
bel J 'linoss, will eail for Europe on th
8ervi on Saturday next. They pro
aln-nsd for a short season, and upon the
invitation of imuiy well known Europe
an ladies who are de.-irous of meeting
tltem and studying their methods of
drees for women. Lady Habberton and
others interested in women's drees and
health will give Mrs. Miller and Miss
Jennesa a reception upon their arrival
Archbishop Corrlnaa and the Pap.
Nkw York, May 16. The Star, in a
long article, asks whether Archbishop
Corrigan'i trip to Rome was a penance.
It ia insinuated that Pope Leo is dissat
isfied with th archbishop's policy in re
gard to Dr. McGlynn and other matter.
Mgr. Preston emphatically denies that
there la any front!) ls-tween the pop
and the archbishop, and say that he ha
advices from Italy which indicate that
the New York prelate is in high favor at
Robbed Bis Uncle f aso.OO,
New Yoiix. May 18. Th Herald aay
John II. Wullace. editor and proprietor of
Wullace's Monthly, ha been robbed of
gurO,OU0 by a relative named Roliert L.
Wallace, a young man of less than M
years of age, who was employed in the
office of the elder Wallace. The young
man has fled, but Leslie E. MacLeod,
associate? editor of The Monthly, is
locked up at police) hesdqnarter on
uapiclon of complicity in th theft.
F.aueatlnf Colore Voters.
CnVTTANoonA. May 18. Nine night
choola hav been established in various
parts of th city for the purpo of teach
ing colored men how to read their tickets
at the coining election. J. P. Eaaley,
deputy circuit court clerk, acte as super
intendent. Some of the teachers are
white and some black, but all tender
their service free. The schools hold
from 7 to 0 p. m., and instruction are
givn In reading and writing.
Shower of fish.
MaWO. Ind., May 18. At Bwsyiee,
Tuesday morning, the reeideut were
catching fish out of the pool and pud
dle made by Monday night' terrific
rain. Later, when the water sunk into
the ground, sunilsh and shiner by the
thousand strewed the ground. Ther i
no stream within four mile of Swayiee,
and the theory ia that these sunfish were
caught up by a whirlwind and deposited
Where they Wev fuuad.
Iliirnlars are gneeeaerul.
Litiii iNtA. (la.. May JS. Burglars a-nt
into the store of B. D. Crosby, here, blew
open the safe and found $70, The bur
glar went to a blacksmith shop, where
they got tools, drilled into the lock and
used dynamite). They took the drawer
from the sate and carried them down
the railroad where they broke them open.
The pKumastor had deposited i-M) and
inree registered letter in tne safe,
Aa Es-Postmaatee Goes en to Columbas.
RAUtinn. N. 0.. Mar Id. United
States Marshal Hill left here for Colum
bus, Uhlo, taking Wilkes Armstrong, a
nngTO ex-poHtniaster with him. The ex
postmaster will have to stay there three
years, whether ha likes the place or not.
He Is sentenced for that length of time
for ombexxllng fund from the postoflloe.
' Wind, Rain aad Hall Mlersn,
GHirrm. Oa.. May IS. It I feared
that cotisiilerablo damage has been done
the crops br the terrillo wind, ruin and
Hail storm that pained over (hi nlaoe at
S o'clock. The storm lasted fully fifteen
minutes, and soma of the hail was a
large as partridge egg.
Aa Alabama Pas Mr Commits Mnlel,
Tau.adkaa. Ala.. May 18. E. K. Tur
ner, a farmer, forged note and a mort
gage on a neighbor, and was piaoed un
der arrest. The sheriff consented to let
him remain at home till morning, and
during th night he took ten grain of
morphine, wbtcn he naa no doubt kept
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY
Um OF TERROR.
Major mid Marshal of Cedar
Keys, Fin., on a Rampage.
The Lives of a Number of Cit
A Vnitwl Hlates Collector of Customs
Threatened With Imprisonment If He
Left His Oliliw Attempted Murder of a
Railroad Ageul Telegraph Operator
Whipped by a No;ro.
JaCKJKriu.s, Kla., Miy 18. News
was received from Cedar Keys that that
city baa been iu a terrible aommotion
line Saturday. The mayor and mar
shal are holding Ui'li carnival. The
light house keeper had a pistol dis
charged at him white he was on tht
street, and was warned to keep off ths
street. Au offensive ni'iti, an Episcopal
clergyman aud hia wife, have left th
oity to avoid horse-whipping.
The United Statee collector has been
beld up by M.iyur Cottrell and his ally,
the town Marshal, und threatened with
imprisonment if He stepped out of InV
office, and R. i. Douier, agent of the
Florida C ntral railroad, waa waylaid
and an atioiupt made to shoot hiin. Th
telegraph operator was terribly whipped
by a nerro, Mnyor Cottrell holding
loaded pistol to the negro's head and
forcing him to do the whipping.
He grossly insulicd ladies of ths town.
and, in fact, thia-s are so bad that
many of the oldest a ml leading citixens
have left the plni-e, Including several
ministers. It U a perfect reign of
terror, and every person met on th
street for the laNt few days has been
Another dispatch direct from Cedar
Most of the ahle-b'wlied men here have
been going armed all day, and Tuesday
night there were few people on the
streets. Mayor Cottrell and his marshal
hnve caused (he lawlessness and terror.
Tlie lighthouse deeper was shot at on the
street by Cottrell lint Saturday, bnt was
not hit. Cottrell held up the agent of
the Florida tViitial railroad with a
double-liar, cled sho. gun, but the rail
road mau di .vnied him.
He next vl-icl the Vnited Statee col
lector of customs, and with his marshal
by his side, hoih with drawn pistol, in
sulted him foully mid threatened to put
him in jeil tlie umiuent he dared to
leave hia ohice. He threatened also to
horsewhip the Epi"coml minister and
bis wife, most estimable people. The
clergyman went to T.dlalissse to com
pluin to (tm-ernor Fleming, and on his
return several of his iHirinhiouers met
him and escorted hiin to his home.
Cottrell has committed a long list of
lawless acts. He killed bis brother-in-law
over a drink of whisky shortly after
the war. He had eight indict uient to
answer at the last term of the county
court, bnt as matters were so arranged
that the jury drawn was an illegal one,
he got olT. ' He was formerly an in
spector under the old collector, but the
new collector discharged him.
Hot Springs Hea by Rain.
Hot SrniNij, Ark., May 18. Fir
which started in D. 8. Sheldon's
Ijrocerv, on Central avenue, burned out
3. Clement, tailor. O'Neill Brothers'
meat market, Roliert Hurley's drug
store, Harry Parker's saloon, O. H.
Fort s hardware and Sheldon s grocery ,
Tlie loss is tS.VOoO; mostly insured. A
heavy rain saved the balance of the
block' and the Hotel Eastman across the
flol eio.ooo Itamssra.
Iyi)lANAPOi.is. May 18. Miss Clara
Bottaford. of Dreeiilield, thin state, while
a passenger on a I'tiion Pacific sleeping
car. was iniiired bv the full of nn tinner
birth. She sued for damages in the
Fedaral court, this city, ami has len
awarded tlu.Oon. full amount claimed.
Interesting Items Prom Various Tarts of
Iho Old World.
Nine thousand miners In the province of
Biscay, Spain, hav gone out on strike for
an Increase of pay aud a decrease of the
hours of Islmr.
It Is reported that a pint it nn font to at
tempt ths rescue nf MhJ. I'unltxa, who la
now in prison for conspiracy against
Prinoe Ferdinand. Armed bun. Is are said
to Deforming In Macedonia for this pur
pose. Bamn Hlrsrh nmpo.- airing an Ameri
can omnmitien an minimi sum of tlO.OUO
for the purpose nf estahlishiug and sus
training ail agricultural school fnr ths
beneflt of Kilsslun Hebrews in the United
Th French chamlier nf deputise has
passed a hill luiposlna: peinilties on em
ployers for the unlawful dismissal of mem
ber ef trs'lse unions and fur other
breaches of the rifcthta of unions. It ia
doubtful If tlie senate will ratify the
A quantity nf halastlle. th new ex
plosive, exploded at the factory for th
manufacture nf arms aud munitions at
Avlgllana, fourteen miles west nf Turin.
Fourteen peisnua were Instantly killed,
and many other were injured, some of
A a counlerrherk to the French govern
ment's pMsisals to create fnrilf dutlee for
the beneflt nf French manufacturers, th
Radical party In tha chamlier nf deputies
has decided to support with its full
stresirth the project of an Impost upon
Cardinal Manning reports such a spread
of Roman Cathnllelain that he has been
obllaed to aiienl fnr funds fnr a training
college to provide the necessary clergy.
Englishmen, converted from the English
to Ui Honinn church, am gradually re
placing the Irish or Itelglnn priest who
used to fill th liondon parish. It Is
said that ther la scarcely a Human Cath
olic church In London wliereon or more
nf th prieats has nnt at on time been ia
On Rundrml and Tweatlelh Day.
In th senate A nnn-ronrurrenr In th
bouse dependent bill was reported and a
oonference ordered. The silver de lint was
resumed, Jones, of Nevada, and Jones, of
Arkansas, speaking. At 8 p. m. the senate
In the house The tariff hill was consid
ered. Mr. liutterwnrth was granted un
limited time for a sieech. Several amend
mentnienls proponed thereafter were
voted down. At 8:40 p. m. tlie house ad
Ita Kxtcejllei-t QumUUtm
Commend to public approval the Califor
nia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Pige. It
1 pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by gently acting on the kidney,
liver and bowels, it cleanse th svstetn
effectually, thereby promoting the health
and comfort of all w bo use it.
I. Tosenhns Latham, of Greenville. N.
C, take tileasure in adding a word of
commendation ot Mr. Joe I'eraon'i
Kemedy. Mr. Latham had the dyprp
ia very badly, and thenseofthisReiriedy
proved wonderful hi ha effect, and after
uing a few bottle her health vastly im
onpt. run. mat, mi .o,, a. w.
newt in PKiar.
A Condenaatleu ef Seatin Ha ess an
Bellofontabee, 0., ba a beard of trade
hewn from the 8 neat hejsanets chase.
Member of th Faren' A Ulan are
boycotting th merchants of Warren, In
It is said that Matthew ManUyQnay
will sue Th New York WerM for It late
Hon. Vuylew H. Hanna was bad.y hurt
at C'rawforilsvllls, lnd., by a fall dowu
night of Kteps.
James Darner, 8.1, dropped dead at Pa-
dueah. Ky., v.klle exhorting aluaere to
com to Christ.
Bucvrna, O., jury assess as the Toledo
and Ohio railroad 84,000 for the killing of
Johnson Morris nffers Louisiana 81,080,
000 per annum for ths privilege of main
taining a lottery.
J. W. St. Clair and J. F. Blntt have
been named aa world's fair commissioners
for West Vlrgluls.
Senator Welcott, of Colorado, aad Mrs.
Frances Metralf Bass, of Buffalo, were
The Demncratlc nominee for election to
succeed Mr. Handall has been nominated
on a tariff reform platform.
Frank Rly shot and killed Henry La
born, Monday, near Oklahoma, I. T., In a
quarrel over a stone quarry.
Edward Reed, clerk la the Southern
white lead works, Chicago, was fatally
shot by an Intoxicated striker.
Miss Josephine Crowfeatker, a full
blooded Sioux maiden, has become a Ben
edictine nun. Her father la a Sioux chief.
Old Soldier Wilttam Bnden made hia
last hlvnuao nn the railroad track Just
before th train earns along at Circlevllle,
Andrew Carnegie spoke at the laying of
th corner stone of th new tl.nOO.OOO musk-
hall, at New York, to construct which
he gave 8flO0.i)O0.
Four St. l.ouls boys engaged in a prise
fight, tine was knnrked out In ths sixth
round and another la the aeventh. Both
are now oenfluvd to bed.
Th great school book publishing hen
of Van Antwerp, Bragg A Company, t.
Cincinnati, nil! hereafter be known aa th
"American Hook company."
At a meeting of the hoard of regent of
the University of California ths resigna
tion of Pre-lilrnt Horace David was ac
re) ted. to tnkr effect Sept. U.
William K Crane, a lawyer ef Albu
querque, on his way to Chicago, commit
ted suicide at Kansas City, while laboring
under aa attack of temporary insanity.
Rev. 8. F. Smith, who wrote "My Coon
try, 'Tie of Thee." fifty ysara sgo, is still
in active pulpit service and preaches last
Sunday in a New Bedford, Mass., chunk
Seven Crnwfordavllls, Ind., fir
fired themselves because John Weldle
elected chief. Their shose ware filled by
candidates who will take their hoe a lea
The National Society of th Son of th
American revolution solicit 81 subscrip
tions for an adequate fund tor suitable
testimonial to be sent from America I
Vincent Rlehardaon and William Ham
ilton. New Philadelphia farmer, disputed
over s fence, sud In the fenslng match that
followed Riohsrdaoa waa dangerously cut
In the face.
Mr. Powderly ha Issued a manifesto to
the ktilchts. advocating a constitutional
convention to modify the state constitu
tion se that the Australian ballet ayatem
can be adi iptisl.
Every state In th f nloa ia represented
at the National convention of th Knight
of Honor, which convened in Detroit,
Tuesday, fnr a ten days' session. Judge
A. R. Savage, of Mains, presides.
Ths Brnr.os river is rising at Richmond
and Cnlumhia. Tex. The International
railroad track is five feet under water,
end truffle is suspended. Ths Southern
Pncillc track will probably be sulmierged.
Fnnnie White, of Milton, W. Ya,, made
a rope out of her nnderelnthlng, let her
self dnwn from t he window of paps' prison
chamber, then made tracks with Arnold
Foater for Iron ton, 0., where they wer
Pittsburg salooniat who hav been re
fused license under the Brook high
license law propose now, under th late
I'nited State supreme court dedsioa, to
open "original package" saloons, and pay
no llosns at all.
Th New York Independent says that
return from (11 but five of the preahy
terie of th Presbyterian chorea
show that lm hav voted for revision,
sixty-nine against revision, and six have
declined to vote.
Tha Herald's Washington epeclal say
that th sentence against Commander e
Call a will positively not he dismissed, but
a three-years' susiwwslon on half pay, re
taining hie present number en the navy
register during that period.
Th main feature of rh McKlnley bill
were Indorsed by Hon. Columbus Delano,
Hon. David Harpster, Hon. Oeorge L.
Convene, Hon. J. II. Brlgham and other
prominent wool protectionist, at a
ing held in Columhn Monday night.
Eleven students have been exiwllsd
th Bntavla, N. Y., Institution for th
blind, charged with Insubordination, be
cause they petitioned the legislature for
the removal of Horace K Smith, teacher
of piano tuning, claiming that he le In
When ahown Slaving challang to box
before th Pelican club, of London, Jam
J. Corliett ststed that, according to hi
published nnouncuient, he could not
meet Slnvin fnr a year, being under con
tract to th Olympio alub, of Ban Fran
cisco, for that period.
At Greenwood, near Oakland, Til., Mia
Maria Wendle, 18, daughter of a wealthy
farmer, dlaapiard mysteriously from a
neighbor's, where ah atayed all night.
Thar are footmark and buggy wheal
tracks outside and signs of a slniggl In
her mom. All search ha been futile, and
feul play I feared.
At Lugnnie, N. Y., a lt-year-old lad
aamed McDonald shot, accidentally, hla
4-year-old cousin. He waa handling th
pistol with a vlsw of carrying out hi
father' Instructlaaa to (Boot ember of
another family occupying the same house,
should they attempt to pass through Mc
Donald' apartment to raoa their own.
Th father has been arreeted.
Crnaada Again Csnasew Oseno
Ban Fani'ukx, May 16. Th first ar
rest waa mad Tuesday under the new
city ordinance requiring the removal of
all th Chinese to a distriot oa the out-
(kirt nf the oity, Th person arrested
waa inae men, a memoer or tne nna
of Ichv, Lung ok Company. Shortly
after the arrest the consul, on behalf Uf
tlie Drianner. amilied to the United Statee
circuit court for a writ of habeas corpus,
setting forth that the prisoner waa a sub
ject of the emwrur of China. The writ
was granted, aud the priaoner waa re
leased on bail.
Tha AnhevlllO) Cltlactt OWea
The latest local new.
The freshest State new.
The heat general new.
General and special comments.
The largest subetrrntkrn list of any
secular paper in the State,
The brat adrrtnjr medium In the
A hill stan" of able editor and corres
pondent. - -
The neatest, newsiest and moat enter
prising paper in North Carolina.
Ita effort are alwaya devoted to the
onbuildinir and develootneTit of the re-
sources of the State, partktalarljr the
Suhocrintion. 16 tier annum i 99 au
month 60 cent par month.
It will pay you to inspect
our beautiful line of Fine
Dress Goods which we put on
stile very cheap to-day. Jlril
lian tines and Cashmeres in
colors and stripes. Challies,
Ginghams, GrenadineH, Em
broideries, Flouncings, Silk
Bateshe, Sateens, Persian
Lawn, Piue, Qrossbnrred
Muslin, Knelling, Van Dyke
The celebrated Morrow
Fine Shoes for Ladies always
For Dry Goods and Shoes
BOSTIC BROS. & WRIGHT,
No. UN. Court Square.
The entire tovk ot
Including fine Brooches, Buttons nnd Brace
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Regardless of cost, as we intend In the futon
to keep nothing but Solid Gold nnd
Bterlina; Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. AahevlUe,
W. A. B-Aiu. J. V. Buown
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, und in
vite our friends and the pub
lie f?enerally to full and ex
amine our well seleetexl stock
Which we am offering at rock
bottom prices. Underta k ing
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night Co.
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R, CO.
Western North Carolina lavlelon.
PAaSBNOBn TRAIN SCHBDULB
(tn Revec March ant
78th Meridian time need wnenaot otherwlar
6 1 Ham
1 Ofi pen
1 SI 80pm
wbstsovbd. I NeTBO No. SS
Lt. New York,
Blchmond, i 9 Wlpm a 6are I
nallahury. II 34Aam
Ar. AahevIHe,. T8m
(BOth mer.) H18om
Too p m
07 p m
Lt. Hot RpHogs, Arr.
Arr Asaerille, Arr.
Ar. Hendrreonrale, '
n perron on rg, st.
888 p m
' Brveon City,
Nna. no nnd 81. Patlmnn Sice Dare between
Orsenebnro nnd Morrlotowa.
Noa. 83 and 8 Pnllmnn HnAVt Bleeping
Cars tietwere Hot pringe and Washington.
Asherllis in tiernsian au ins rar No. ou, ,
" IMnncf .. " " " S3.
Hickory Is " " M " 88.
W. A. WINBURN, P. A.,
Aaherllle. M. C.
IAt., TAVLOR.0. P. Aj.
SHWm, M, w,
MBW HUUBBI MBWLV WBMMHBO
ALL MODBBM IMPROVMMBNTS,
1 inui'M.' ml ATirtxsoK, '
Ne m Hjree4 tnt ,
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GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In iooJFeetof Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N C.
A modern first clnaa hotel. Hot and cold water nnd hath and toilets on erery floor.
Klrctric Iwlla in every room. Open fire In office and grates in bed rooms. Office, dining
room, lunch counter, cigar nnd news stand and bnr anil billiard room on first floor. Klrc
tric street cars pass door every 30 minutes. Richmond and Danville railroad eating house.
JO minutes for meals.
RATES, oo PER DAY,
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prpp.
J. J. BKVAN and WAI.TKB ORRRN, Clcrka.
May Come and g-o, but we are Here to Sell Gooda and are
DID YOU HEAR
We hnvc Strnw Hats 1 rent to 00 cent each. Splendid line of Shoes cheaper than aay
irthcr house sec them. Nine nnd Ten ou.irter Shirting by the case. Prints, Uinghnms,
4tc, (tic, at nny price you would ask them.
Would sny more but this will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWBI.L, Manager.
At old stand. 1st door below I'cnniman St Co.'s Hardware Store.
iiH0TEL ST. ARM0ND
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS. N. C.
Klffht MUeH South of Ahcllle, on the A. ft S. Rallroacff.
0 Ml.NUKAL SI'KINOS.
The annlytris nhtiwa Iron, Alum, Bpsum, Maffnririn and White Sulphur. Cure- KhruuiA
tlm, lltood IHttcnimi, ttynpepulM, Inomnia, Nenroua Aflevtluns and all Kldner Complalntii.
Commudtoua hounc and trroundi. Cuittinc excellent. Terms reasonable. AddrrM
Apr A dtf
TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, Ac.
SANITARY I'LUMBINO, CAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIM AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL HULLS,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House.
No. 43 Patton A-e.,
Betlmatea Cheerfully Olvea
a a !
eeitM. ir tna ewaiw
a.n aarees ssmary.
17. L. DOUCLA0
S3 SHOE e..-.
"w7 tmm4 Qntm 4
I.VSrSIBinn His sesaau.
. ,11 1 I H II
nnot enppiy wmm.
Sell Them. .
WHAT "WE SAID?
Some all Silk Ureas Goods 18 cents per yard.
THE FINEST SPRINGS SOUTH OF SARATOGA.
Abellle, N. C.
oa all Work la nnr Line,
Kdltor Aahrvllk Citlsrat
Thnt our many friends may know hnn w.
arr getting on wc will state that we look in
In Hotel sni. Store
9,000 In Vive Vt'cck.
Took In last 8a turds, aver 7oo. (78 of
that wne hotel, balance store. Hotel rea
tared 28 that day. Had O.000 arrival, la
8 mtmths. Our St. ck ia mammoth tsB feet
long nnd 18 fret wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and see "Old Card" emltc,
and buy good of us aad save 10 to J.t per
novlSdtl 8. . CHIIDHnTRRSi MiN.
IU0OIEI, CARRIAGES, MJkCKIMITMNO.
Tn the citlsrne of Aehcvlll and vMnlty I
would nnnnunre thnt at my ahnns onCotlrg.
etrrrt, nest to Woodbury's a tallies, I am bet
trr prepared than ever to do work la my line.
Wagon, Begaiea and Carrie tree eanatot
ren. Repairing aad horsehoelag ar
elriltle, n perfcet eatlefactloei jrsarnafeeit.
My werkmea Hnilisse0 Bja .n8laa4.
my eharges are snonem ts
Wtl It. Dt-IINBTTIt.
... 1. -M-1 i
Chicago & Alton! RR
PASTMT ROUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND TKE m
Aehevllle tn Kanaaa City In ST koara,
Ashevllle to Heater as 61 hour.
Aahevllle to Han Hranctseo, California, end
Portland, Oregnei, In 8 aays,
silld Vrntltmled Trains it. Ixmls t Kan
ess City. Rerllnlng chair ear free.
For full Information can na or writ to
B. A, New land,
r strict Passenger Agent,
No. 10 Pattoa Avt AeCevftk, N. U '
I CHARLTON, O. P. A Ckkago, III.
Ashevllle, N. C, April 11, 1819,
Th cnrtnrhlp heretofore eslstlng he.
twren the aadenMamea, ender the Arm aame
of PIILMAM CO., Itl-4ay4laalvml by
avtnal eoesse. .The debt dn by said arm
will be paid by La wren ce Pallia, aad th
debt da to said firm will be paid t Mm,
aad the baslaeee eoatlaned by bis.
D. C. WADDBLL.
S"n MM . M . 4
I bare th I day old my hilerrat aad good
wm-tbalamraMlnelaessta attrMe tm
La wreaes PnllUua, who win eeatjae th
buslaiss. I beeoeak for kl ,.
of Toar patroaas.