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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN; SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1890.
Ws Your Blood?
I had a malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knee, Mid was cured Mium
and well with two and a half bottles ol
8. 8. 8. Other blond iiiudidiiu luui fail
ed to do me any good.
Wiu. C. Bbatt, Yorkvlllo, S. C.
I was troubled from childhood with'
an aggravated case of Tetter, and three
bottk of 8. 8. 8. cured me perma
nently, Wallace Mann,
Mannville, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Disease
Swnr Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A. S. GR AH AM,'
im over J. H. Law'i Store, South Mala
" With K" noc.
PtllliiK with illvcr or amalgam. ...50c. to75c.
" kI(1 $1.00 and upward.
Met of teeth $0.00.
Ikut et of teeth $H.OO.
No 1 tetter made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawt
MARION, K. C.
Will praetleeln the loth and 13th Judicial
tllntrleU of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court nnd the Federal Court of the
NVeHtern IH.triet of North Carolina.
DR. B. P. ARRINtiTONi
office roomii on I'atton avenue, over the
clolhinK Mtore of C. I. Mlnnton Co.
Resilience corner of Wood tin and Locuiit
Kieeial attention idvrn to treatment of din
cael Kunu, and ail dlneanca pertulnlng to
the dental tincture.
Tit ho. P. Da VI i on, Tnoa. A. Jonrs,
Kalcljfh. Jn. Martin, Arcville.
JJAVIDHON. MARTIN & JONBS,
Attorney nnd Counarlloni at Law,
ANheville. N. C.
Will prattler in thelUhand 13th Judicial
itrk-ttt, nnd In the Suiirenie Court of North
Carolinii. and in the I'nlcrnl Court of the
Western I -.Mr Id of North Curolina.
Refer to Hank of AhIicvIUc. dtMct
Architect and Contractor
Pinna, peclficnUon and eMtltnatcn fur
oUhrd. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charge, for drawing on contract
Reference when denlred.
Other: No. 12 Hendry llloek. North Court
evllle. N. C feblttdty
j. w. ROLLINGS,
I will practice in tbc city and surrounding
(titter at W. P. Illnntun Ac Co.' stable, TO
ttmith Main street, nprl
H. KKKVKS, ll.O.a. II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Dr. Reeve) & Smith.
In Connally Building, over Redwood', Store,
Terth cstraiftrd without pnin, with the new
nMhcUc, airaall cur. or IrrcKulnrity cor
It AM HAY, II. U.K..
J Offlcc i
In Harnard BuildlnK Knlranccs. I'atton
.eenne nnd Main rltrcet.
WM. R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AahCTlUc, !N. C.
P. O. Boat P.
TUB LAROKKT AND IIKMT UUI'll'I'ItU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIl
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
UONMJLTINO CHIIIII1T ANII MINIKO milK..
Annlynm of Metnla, lire.. Ciml or Coke, Min
eral Wntcr. Herlillicr., etc.
I'KICB LINT (IN AI'I'I.ICATION.
Mlnlnit pniirrty ineaU(nted, dereloped,
bouKtit nnd .old.
Hnmplea enn lie arnt by mnlt or eiprraa. If
mtni hv eiirraa, i-hnricra niuat lie ircinld.
AMTnta wanlol In every pine.
UK. II WtlLTCKHl K,
NUW HOt'HKt NltWLV FUMNIHIIHU
ALL MIIIIUKN IMPKilVUMUNTa
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. Sit Hay wood tree t.
Ian 39 dl
a . m a .
D P sHubor
iMiriI5nt , MOTHER
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burnt In iny Lamp without dangc of
Exploding or taking flro. 8t that you
gal tho ganulno. For oalo by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ONE HUNDRED AND
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Number, Value and Area
Eyer Held in the History of the City.
72 lots on Market, Kaglo
at the intcrsoction of Kuglo
10 lota on Haywood stitH)t nntl Spring street inumv
diaHv f,,OIlt ot Mr- Mike's
3 lota at the intersection of Hill ami Huttrit k streets.
2 lots on College street, mitlway iMjtween the eourt house
and tho new federal building.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
THE APPOINTED TIME.
Terms one fourth rash, Itnlanee in three, five or ten
years, at tho option of puirhaser, in equal annual instill
meats with 8 ier cent, semi-annual interest.
I take pleasure in announcing to the pullie that 1 have
Lost a Quarter of million Dollars in Asheville
And yet I have made n moderate profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
The eople who have purchased from mo have made the
qunrterof million dollars, and I rejoice in their success.
Battery l'ark alone without the improvements is worth
one hundred thousand dollars more than the figure at
which it passed through my hands. In fact it pays an
nually thirty ier cent, profit on a hundred thousand dol
lars more than it cost.
I single piece of property in the nortwestcrii quarter of
the city has been sold for
More than the price a t which I let it gtj.
In order that intending purchasers may not bo disai
pointtHl, n they have been at some recent auctions, I an
nounce that not less t han 25 of these lots shall be sold at
all hazards, without any upset price. They will certainly
lie knocked down to tho man who makes tho highest bid.
Kach purchaser at the sale will m:oivea ticket for tho lot
he buys, ami each of these tickets will entitle him to draw
for lot No. , adjoining Fleck's lot on Eagle street near
Main. The prize lot is JU) by 1)2 and cost me in cash
$ 1,050 last October before any improvements, and it is
safe now to say it is worth $1,500. An absolute di-cd,
free of all charges, will bo made to the party whodraws the
lucky number. So that a man may buy a $400 lot and
thereby secure a ticket which may enable him to obtain
$2,000 worth of profitable real estate.
Vacant lots are becoming hciwco within the fire limits of
Asheville, ami the importance of this auction can be under
stood and cpitonized in the single statement that it ex
poses to sale more than one half of all the vacant lots
within tho fire district of the city.
The present, year will mark an unparalleled development
of suburban probity and every stroke of the hammer
within five miles of the court house will add value to the
lot which I now offer for sale.
A map of the proMrty can be seen at the olllccof A. T.
For further information apply
FOUR LOTS IN THE
nntl Symmoro Ntm-tH, 17 lots
ami Valley htiti'tH.
He Addresses a Large Assem
blage at Hawarden,
PORTUGUESE ATFAIBS IK AFBIOA.
The Part. Figaro Biirc. That It
la About Time for Kii(tlanit to
Evacuate Egypt Tho rruaaian
BIlnlNter of Flnanoo Ilualgna An
other Dock Strike In Liverpool,
Iiondom, Mht 39. An Immense Rath
erinifof ix-ople anwinblwl on the grounds
of Huwunlmi castle to liittun to nn ad
ilrum by Mr. GlaJntono. Throughout
the uiciiiilna npiH'lttl trains packed with
people from English and Welsli town,
and vIHhk1'" fitr and nttiir were con
stantly arriviiiKi while hundred of per
sona living within a few mile of the
ox-premior's aeat joined in procession
uiid marched to the castle.
Mr. OUdHtone was in excellent form
and voice and addniwed the vast crowd
from an elevated position in a corner of
the cantle yurd, while iln. (iladntone
held an umnrolla over his head to shield
him from th ravs of tue nun. He wna
frequently interniited by applause, nnd
the utmost euthusiiiHin prevailed
throughout the day. Anioiiif the gath
eriuK were many reonKiiiseu Conserva
tives, but the iiHiaker's remarks elicited
from them no sinus of disapproval.
Mr. Oladstone predicted that a gnn
eral parliamentary election would take
(ilace at an early date, and Hpi'led to
lis hearers and the electors of the conn
try (generally to ive final utterance on
that occasion to their condemnation of
further paltering with the Irish ques
tion, lie denounced the Kovernme ut't
bill to oompeiisute publicuiis,
IKrPt for Newfoundland.
Pamk, May 21). The Puria FiHro in
an article analyzing the relations be
tween Kraiu-ji imd Enuland, ndvancea
tlm suif ifesl ion I liaf. Liiril K;ilislinrv Kz u
date whi n KiiIaiul will evacuate fe'ypt,
such action tile part of (ireat Uritiim,
the pnr assun-s its readers, would be
the iieinniiiK of a speedy settlement of
the exwtiiiK did 'n'lice lsaween the two
powers over which there bus Wn so
much fruitless controversy. In return
for KiiKlaud's witluirawal from E;ypt,
France would conwnt to reliiiijuiuli her
rights in Wcwloumlliind ami tluu the
only poilitM of onU'llliou lietwi-eu the
I'uris nnd houdon KovornmenU would
Imi wholly removed. It in believed that
the publication of the HUKKestion is
Diode iisiu oiiicial authority and put
forward ns a feeler.
Porllinee .lllalrn In AfVloa.
LlHiioN, .May 21). Senhor Carvalho,
formerly a i.i.'iulier of the Portuguese
ministry, has Isn appointed in..iector
Renerafof I'ortiiKuese ail.iirs in Africa
and is euiHvirc I to examine and
ni'oKui tlie I'ortiiKuese establishment
in that country. The government is in
formed tliat t hief liihe has revolted
against the Portuguese and attacked
(.'apt. Cousciero's cx;ililion, whose
forces he diss'rs d witu great loss. The
remnants ol t'onsci'To's party have con
centritiHl nt t'ni'oiiila, wuitlier the gov
ernor ot .Miuaiubiipie has gone with re
enforcements. A Ik'rlin hensatbin.
Hkrmx, May ill. A a m-iwition hoi
lsi'n ruusi'il le re by the discovery that
Russian luunn Wissiliski is the owner
and conlr.u lor of a Kiuso-Phile news
sgeucy in tu.s city. The connection of
the baron wall this enterprise has been
iiiaintamiil with a great decree of
hecnuy, that its disclosure is something
ill tlie'nature of a shock, t'onpleu with
tliis discovery is the equally startling
revelation that tlie bamns wire, who is
of American birth, is an intimate friend
of thu Cuiiiilcss von Waldersee, with
whom she lias exchanged frequent visits
Annilier I.lveiMil Hirlke.
LtvKKFiM j May 'JM.-Tlie diM-ontent
of the Livei'HKil iltH'ii bilsin-i-s h.is again
manifest -d itMiif in too action of Doo of
their number eugagisl in handling
lime who struck for n advance of
wsge to II shillings a day. The strike
is iusignilii ant in itscit, but the men
are eticouragiil in their movement by
the upNirl of the dts'ltmeiis' union and
the likeiihiMsl that it will spn ud through
ympatiiy i very great. . yet no at
tempt to till the places nf tne striker
has been in idi', consequently there has
been no uHurbancc.
A (leriiian Mlnisicr lleslgn.
Dkki.in, May Sll. Dr. Von KclioU,
Prussian niiui.'.ler of tiiillice, has re
Signed his mi tioii in tue ministry and
suddenly t ... u ois Uepiriuie Irom ller
lin. No re won is given tor his retire
ment but ii is surmised that as one of
the most prominent luemlsrs of the
ilismarck uiiuinii'y, lie round himself
not in at'cor.t wiui the po.icy ot the
present adiiiinisiratiou. In accepting
the resixnutioii of Dr. V ju Sciiolz, the
emperor coiiici-red upon liiu the order
of the illuck aglu.
fiH'lnllNiit In Hjaln.
London. May au. The Spanish cabi
net is much excited over the diMnvery
that the gnat imliistrial province of
Catalonia is hoiieycoiuiNjd with iXH'iul
ism. Of huiiilreus oi thoiisati,ls of
workiugmen iu the province 11 is anid
that very few are outside .he laoor or
ganirilious, widen in SHiin tnean a
great d.l more than in rjiglaml, their
co'racier is-ou not ouly suitical, but
also, in mi a Spaiiisli point of view, revo
The "Passion Plaj."
OnrHANMf.itciAi', May Ho great
was the crowd to witness the Initial imr-
fommuce m tlie "Cistiou Play" that
large 11 .tin r of people hat. in 1m rs
fused udiiii.uiuv. .Not less than 1,000
American t iunsis were among the Itn
nii'iise an I nc", Ills weather was
pleasant an I. is pisy proved a groat
Tin- Hhiili's tt in Cured.
Viunna. M.iy'.'ll I'l js-intlon per-
foriiii' I iiiioii i ne eyes iv Hie wife of the
shah n. r ...i.i in l'ii c y riHt-titly has
proviii eniireiy snccess.ii'. tier signt
is Mimpletely ivsloi'd and she will start
for Teiiierun nt the end of the week.
Will Mmili Mail I ('ariinl,
rtKin.iN. Mav ail. It is announced
that Prlnre llols'iilo'ie, governor of
Alsiu'e-Loi I'H'iie, wil. abstain from
grri'tin : M. t'l.not olllclallv on the is'
ciislon of tile Liller's visa to Ucllfort In
the course of Ins present tour.
The I'ciuiivti .mot Mime Com lave at
I k Haven,
Lock IU'k.v. Ph.. Mmv 30 The
wen tlier clerk n'rviil the Knights Tuin
plnr s g.Hi.l 'mil in providing typical
May day for theil principal paroda at
their annual statu I'uiiclave, This city
Is tilled with thousands of visitors from
U the ui'ighboring towns for miles
round, and ih" glittering uniforms of
the knights, Hie prolusion of vari-col-oivd
diHiiiiilious and the music of a
score of Intuits mark this as tlie red let
ter day of tiie year for Lss'k Haven.
Tho accoiumi stations of railroad oeU'
teriuy here and tlnie of the hotels and
restaurants, have liecu taxed to their ut
The tullowing counnanderies were
S resent witu i.ire delegations: bt.
ohu's coniiMun lery, No. o, of Curllslei
Mountain coiiiiiiniidery, No. 10, of Al
toona; Pilgrim commiuidery, No. 11, of
Harrisburg; Lancaster cuinmundery,
No. 13, of Lancaster; Hugh De Payen't
commiuidery, Mo. ID, of i Custom Allen
comiuiiiidery, No. 'M, of Allentown:
lialdwiu ni'coiid coiniiiandery. No, S'4, of
Williitiiispoit; 1'yagngliton command
ery, No. 'M. of W ellslsro; Kadish com
mandery. No. 2U, of Philadelphia; Mt.
Olivet ciimuiaiidery, No. Ho, of Erie:
Hutchinson couiiuuiidcry, No. 83, of
Norriiitowu; ConHtuu's commaudery,
No. UU, of liellefoute; Mary coiniiiand
ery, No. Mi, of Pbila'lelphia; Calvary
coiunmndery, No. 1)7, of Danville;
Kuiipp coiniiiandery. No. 43, of Read
ing; nt. Albau's coinm uulery, No. 47,
of i'hiliulelpiiia; L'oriiUiiiuu chnasear,
No. o.l, of Philadelpu.a; Kensington
coiniiiandery, No. 54, of Philadelphia;
Canton comuiandery. No. (M, of Cunton;
Huntingdon comuiandery, No. US, of
tien. D. H. Hastings, of Constan
comiiiuiidery, of Uellefonte, appeared in
the full regalia of the knights in the
parade. lie towered head and should
ers above the major portion of tlie tein-
?lurs and was the cynosure of ail eyes,
'he general is the guest of A. C. Hop
kins while here, and he ha had quit a
Urge nuiiilmr of callers there. This is
his native county, and the Clinton dele-
?;ate, dipt. Kress, is instructed to vote
or him at the state convention.
Y est en lay alleruoou the grand com
uiandery ot the state of Pennsylvania
held a business meeting at tlie asylum
of Hospitaller commaudery. Laet even
ing the roccptiou and touruey took place
in Gmipuuy lis oiuiory, at whicu an
exhibitmu drill was given by St. Alban
commaudery of Philadelphia, under
vomiiiaiid of Kminent tiir Joseph EL.
A Cosily Freight Wreck.
Rt.ATiNiiTiiN, P.. Muy 89. A ootly
freight wreck isjcurred here. An east
bound freight ou the Lhigh Valley
wrted in four places while ascending
the heavy grade west nf town. The en
gine bad U'cuciit loose and went ahead
to put in a car at Slaliugtoii. Suddenly
the sivoud uiid third curs were wrecked.
A moment Inter the rear portion came
around the curve at a high rate of speed
and dashed into the wreck. Some
thirty-hve loaded freight and cool cars
were demolished and the trucks were
strewn with wreckage. Both track
were blocked for hours.
Illown Into a Creek anil Itrowued.
Wii.krmr.vhrr, Pa., Muy 30. The
body of Arthur Davis, aged 111 years,
was found limiting iu the Susquehanna
river near U.irwick. Young Davis, it
will be reiiieiulieri'd, was blown into the
creek lit Edwarilsvilfe and drowned last
week, during the heavy rain storm.
Reformed Presbyterian HjrniKl.
PlTTHBi-im, May 39. At the Re
formed Presbyterian synod, Rev. James
Y. Uoice, of Philadelphia, was elected
third professor in the Philadelphia
Chicago's Foreign Population.
Ciik'aoo, May 89. Herman Raster,
of The St sat Zietung, wo a witness
before tlie ub-couuiuttoe of immigra
tion mid uatiu'iuizaiiou. Mr. Roster
said tliat of Chiciros population about
i J p r cent, wan Tnreigu uorn, or born
of foreign born paruuts. Mr. ltaster be
licved tue Pohsti Jews to be nndesirabls
resideiita. The goverument, be said,
shoubl have the right to expel unde
sirable immigrants at any time after
their arriviU within live years. Had
such a law been lu existence a few years
ago there wooiu iiavo bauu no ilayuiar
ClabbeU to Death.
Jackson, Miss., May 39. The dead
body of Maj. A. N. KimliaU, a native of
New Hampshire, bnt fur 40 yean
proiuiut'Ut nevip,T won el tliLt state
and receiver of public moneys under
President tlarhelu, was found by the
roadside, lie uuU Iwd attacked while
on uu way to ius rewdeuce just outside
of the city iuuito uiuir iwlujUt oud
beaten to death with a club. . clue
to the uiunirr -rs hue yet been oliteaned,
but it is believed thut the Oed was
couimitled by negroes, robbery as the
Dlscovory ot m Hllver Mine.
Pleasaiitviux, N. J., May 19. The
citicna ot Pleiwautville are excited over
the discovery of a silver mine alwve this
place uu tuu hue of the Reading rail
rood. The laud won recently purchased
by Mrs. CUiiiea ilctilude and Mrs.
Mary A. Kia.no, of iliiuiliu City. Ex
perts, who nave eaauy.il wiiupli-s, say it
cuuuuus si.tllcient quaiiliue of silver
ore to pay lur wursmig uud a shaft will
To Advance Coal Prloea.
New Yoiik, Muy 39. The agenU of
the six big coid producing companies
held long meeting and alter some
lively disi'UMiou uut:iaud to advance the
price, ail .v except bmkeu, U to 31
cents per ton, tiiu maximum advance
Is'ing on stove aud chestnut. It was
slsu Uecidvd to restrict the production
tor the month of Juue to 3,3jy,UOO tons.
Kiilght or the Mysilu Chain.
PlTTMil ltii, May X9. The suiiual ses
sion of tho supivaiu council knight of
the Mystic Cuaiu iwg.ui here, aud will
continue for scveroi day. Delegate
representing caeilue ill almwt every
stale am present. The morning was
given U louiiuii business aud in the
nltoruooli Inure was a parade.
Hlockrd with tlalinon.
PuAiNriKi.n, J., May 39. Fish
Warden A illiuui L. Forw.of Pluinlleld,
lias pimcd a cousigmueut ur lu.uoo
miIiiiiiii try in i;hu Use, luo try aver
age an inch iu Ui'igtu and are expected
to lw luwfui gauto at the end of three
It la well kuuwu tliat whale cn re
main a long time under wuter, but ex
act data as to tlie time liavo boeu lack
ing! lr. Kuckeutbul, of Jona, haa ob
serveU linrptHiiied whlto whale con
tluu uuiler wuter forty-live nilnutea.
It is anid tliat the ntimlwir of pearl
oyter collecteU hint year at the Oey
lou llslmi'lc will luin ly cover tli oost
of bringing llicni fnnn tliaaea bottom.
Una reason for the fulling off in tlie
returns n tne cirrumsuuic or snarx
carrying ntr ono tif th direr. Ilia fel
low workmen fearing the same ghostly
fata, refused lu oulor tlie water.
Iu Tillia, Russia, a club of 125 fami
lies just formed lias hired doctor, M.
Oguulaiito, for ()0 per yew, who
airrea to visit the fanuliaa regularly
and giv them ml vie Imw to keep
healthy, to tend tlicm if tick, and. be
side, to give them occasional snort
lecture upon liygiuiieand physiology.
Each family pay Ufiy cont per
uiontli for this nervioe. and twentr-flv
Kior families kro ndmlttod fre. Bimt
r arrHiigeitinnU hv boon made
with tho druggist.
A most wonderful toy tina been on
privato exhibition In Pari. Fancy
seven life sited kitten covered with
real akin, but with eye of emerald est
in pearly while enamel, aud aoh
Slaying tin a musical instrument,
ula, sillier, a violin, drum, a
harp, a ooniet and an accordion, all
perfeotly JiurmonUo and playing th
most difficult operas, then you have
tue picture complete, me iiiecnaniim
is similar to thut of a musio box, and
the whole apparatus, kittens aud all,
is valued at 80,000 francs.
The vitality of snails' eggs posses be
lief. Even If desiccatod in a furnace
until reduced to a minuteness barely
visible, they will always regain their
original bulk when damped, and the
young will be brought forth as success
fully as though the eggs had never
been interfered with; nor has the cold
any injurious effect upon them, for
they may be frozen into ice any length
of time, and yet, when the ice has
meiteu, will be found to bo wholly
Tlie usher of the English court of
firobato and divorce bus just died,
eaving a fortune of (100,000, accumu
lated from a salary of (7S0 per year
for thirty-three years, aud from the
tips that flowed in upon him in a
stream, averaging neurly $4,000 per
year. Suitors, jurymen, witnesses, re
porters and lawyers all nave to tip the
usher iu the English courts.
Her New llonnet Was Aflrs,
A few persons on West Twenty-third
street yesterday saw a peculiar aud
rather distressing Occident happen to
a new spring bonnet that was passing
down tlie street on the head of a tali,
slender blonde. It was a very won
derful hat, with a luce top and lace
bows and some little luce ends that
poised themselves on the crown like
tlie wings of a buttterily. The owner
was walking calmly along thinking,
perhaps, how uncommonly well sue
was looking, when a gentleman who
was passiug her turned suddenly and
gave one aturtled look at the bead
gear, then with one snatch tore the
light thine from her head aud tram
pled it underneath his feet A light
smoke and a little blue Hume curled up
from it as it lay there and the gentle
man pointed significantly to it a he
said, "Your bonnet was on Ore, mad
am.'' Evidently it had been.
"I was just passing at your side,"
explained the gentleman, "when I
taw what appeared to be smoke corn
ins from tlie too of vour head. I look
ed again and saw a rod spark in the
DiaoK ince, then X snatched It oil."
Now. there is nothinir in the nature
of a bit of black luce to induce sponta
neous comutisuon, ana mo only possi
ble explanation of so peculiar an oc
currence is that a chance spark from
the cigar of a passerby had blown into
the light stuff and ignited it. Now
York Evening Sun.
Mich., has a little ewe trained to lead
his llocks. If a drove is to be shipped
she marches at the head of the column
through the streets and the flock fol
lows. She leads them into the stock
yard, thence into the car. and when
ono car is full she edges herself outand
conduct the others into another car,
tilt all are safely on board, and then
returns home with the boys on the
The Forth bridge east the lives of
fifty-six workingmen during the seven
years of its construction, but the engi
neers insist that this is a remarkably
good showing. They say: "The fact
uiat the loss of life has not been larger
on a work of such magnitude with so
large a number or men employed in
dangerous positions shows that no
reasonable precautions for their safety
nave been omittea."
Th new Ourman chancellor. Gen. CsprlvL
k) at fciverat smoker.
Arthur Rothschild has sold his famous eol
Isetan of postsg stamps for the sum of
Alptms Dandst aod Prines Bismarck have
snaokad man tobacoo than any other two men
The let Rev. Dr. Joseph Ruthtma was the
fins) Japanese edaoatad in an AuMrloao eol
Isge. lis was graduated at Amherst and at
Th late Exra Marble, of Psll River, Msa.,
ws th nioa who set up and put In operation
the fins) col too printing machine evar used In
the (tolled titatca. its was 88 years old,
Andrew Orwvle Is U vean old. H had
hai than 1100 twsuty-tlx ysar ago, but slnos
that time be has made Vt,0o0,ou0, of whtob
b now bolils tu.uuu.ouu la bis own right.
Actor Crane's first apimarano on th stage
was lu Ultra, where In an mergenoy h took
lb part of th notary in "La Pill da Regl
mens." He was at that tliu baggage boy
fur tb eooiaiiy.
Professor Max Mailer, th eminent Orlent-
allst and philologist, went to England with
out knowing a sinxl word of English, Al
though a mors youth be wss deeply vorssd In
Baosorit, Hebrew and Arabto.
When P. T. Barnutn anid farewell to a well
known English cirrus manager th Utter re
marked, "We shall meet again In heaven, my
dear Barnutn." The Anwiiosu looked thought
ful for a moment, and then soldi "Yes, If yon
The late Baron Dowes, the Joking Irish
fudge, once told an American that tt was
better to have a small career In Ireland than
a great one In England, liecauie In Ireland
wbea one said funny things people under
stood tbem, and that made lit w.rth living.
Count Amlraaar had a splendid nerve at
tb card table, and when be played at all
called for very high stakes, lie ono played
thra rubber of whist with Ihe late Count
Dare, Prince Peter Bohoawaloff sod Baron
Koltsnh all first rate whist ulayers-for 8,000
frane points and IO,0UO frauds on th rub.
Bishop Potter, rpeeklng nf tb rush of ear
modern life, snni "Well ulgh everybody In
great etty Is driving an etui In. He I run
ning himself on a schedule, and th demand
Upon him all the while Is to crowd just a lit
tle mors work or sport or exottement Into to
day than his nervous mao binary will stand."
Rutherfiiril B. Ilsyas, who served under
the late (In Crook during th war, n a
leader tribute to his memory, ears "Ho
statasmaa or philanthropist In his olnee ha
framed theories fisr uplifting th red mo
mors worthy just, generous and powerful
aatioa titan. Ilia practical measures whlob
Oea. Crook devised."
BIT Peter Coats, of Auchandrana, Scotland,
whose Industrial enterprise Is as well knows
In Rhode Island as u the country north of
the INresd, flfpire prominently In on of
Charles Dickens' most popular novels. For
th two brothers Coats, of Paisley, are kaowa
to have been th originals ot "Cheery bis
Brothers" In ".Nichols Nlckluby."
Mho Muttered for Twcnt Yearn.
Mv wife bus suffered for fifteen venrs
from congestion nnd pnlnful menstrua
tion. Alter using mm mimes hi itrnu
ficlil's Femnle Kcgulntor she i now able
to do hrr house work nnd go where she
pleases. J. W. Davis,
Mornvinn Pulls, N, C.
Write Ilrndficld Kcgulntor Company,
Atlnntn, On., for piirticulnrs. Ily all
A second hand money safe anil on pair
plsuortn seam, linquirr m
c. a. COOPER,
Ur smJ&awaww. w. R s HALnan,
8t PATTON AVUNUB.
A Superior, Wholesome Bvragt,
Unequalled for the Nerves.
Kim or COCOA3-
-flOl-XL COCOA JUCTtMK"
Kings are but men, but all
men are not kings. Therefore,
when the King of Holland,
says, as he did by deed of
August ii, 1889, that he is
greatly pleased with
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
and, entirely unsolicited,
grants the manufacturers the
sole right of styling their
works the Royal Cocoa Fac
tory, a significance attaches
to the act which would not
were he not " every inch a
ImU Iks sell . situ J - - J -
fuMOuD-ttntly VaH HuUTKlf'l OOOUA. 1M
That Help to Our
taste or the
COD LIVER OIL
is dissipated in
or Pur Cod Liver Oil with
OF UMS AND SODA.
The patient iuftering from
BRONCHITIS), COt H, CWIJl,
WANTI DIHF.AMKM, may take the
rsmmly with as mueh sstlsfactlon as h
wmtlil lake milk. Physlclansare preecrlb
tusT It everywhere. It Is s srrtot eanMee.
eov13 dw lv to the eat
EuKllsb and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ UDIE8 AND LITTLE SIRLi,
No. 40 Prrnch Broad Aveaoe.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por many year Aaeodate Principal of Mt.
Vcrniin Institute. Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corp of comuenttat teachers.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHIMQ,
To thedtitcnt of AahcTlllc and tI4bUt t
would minouncr that at my ahniw onCollrgc
Ircrt. tint tu W out I bury table, I an bet
trr prepared than ever to do work ia my line.
Wagon, ItoKKte and Carriage vaaafact
urrd. Kepairing and horr-hoeit) an ape
cialtiea, and petiect aa tint action naranteed.
nir woramen are eipenencea ana Jiiittiaaa
my ehnrKcs are moderate.
novva a n. urnbtt
At s tmriinla, 4 or S Milk Cows. Apply be
tween SI and 3 o'clock at
1HU Charlotte Street.
Krgletcnd Jersey Dull for scrvlr. Price
$3.0(1. guaranteed. mays dtf
B. F. P. BRIGHT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Apply to uu during the Incoming week to
rent the Kock Uuarry on the opposlts side
of the river, nrnr the Iron bridge, and th
NINB TUNBMBNT HODSUS
near by, A good rock man caa get a bar-
NATT ATKINSON tt SON.
Ily virtue of a ilrrri of trust eserntrd to me
on the met ilnv nf Aueii.t. 1HHI1. bv I. A.
lirumtnimt! situ Flora 1.. Drutnmond, bis
wife, tu secure the payment of tb sum of
ItlKht lltindml nna BeventTeTrn liollars
anil Thlrty.Three Centa.tieanng Interest at I
Kri-ent. from enlil date, I will oner foreal
the hlKhcet bidder for caeh, at the court
hmiac dnnr In the city of A. Seville, oa the
14th dnr of June. IHIK), a certain piece or
parcel of land, .Una ted oa Valley street la th
city nf A.hcvllle, particularly described In
aid deed of trust, regintereil In the Register's
UIHce la Book M and on page 1S.
HDMUNU 11. MUHVKUI.,
mayiariaod True tee.
nf IVmb tna aflsnlai ? vmhwMi MwttasVswfM
waetlns seeks 111 leakee. ale . I wis)
S. valaabl siiilhn Ieelf4j isAili li,jf -rslaea
for bom ears, p j X cTsssi St
at BMaUal week i eheeMbl iawl seek? i
aa was la isms aa SitunaeiS. ASInHj
rrJs r. B. WftlMM, I II I Ms,.QsaW
botS datw If