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T v.., mollimiuit breaking out on my
lug below the knee, and wna eured sjim'
and won wun two aim n " y
B ft K Oilier bkiod nuMliuua bud lull-
ol to do me uv good.
Will C. Bbaty, Yorkvlllo, b. J.
I win troubled from childhood with '
,f an aggravated owe of Tettor, and throo
, .ibottlos of B. 8. S. cured me pcrma
"nuntly. Wallace Mann,
3 Mannvillo, I. T.
Our nook on Blood and Skin Diseases
!, ?nnilud free.
i Bwift Spboifio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
I Joel ti.tiiatwiy
A. S. GRAHAM,
Am. t Over I. H. Law's Store, South Main
Si' . ,y Mxtrnctlng
- t;v ? with .!
i.-iJ'lllinK with sliver or nmaigam.
V g ' Koln
,-.'rl ol teeth
Sl.oo and tiliwnrd.
flv'V.cst set of teeth..
j i" H No better made, no matter what you pay.
' , Sallslacti.itl guaranteed
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
NAKION, N. C.
Will practice In the loth and 12th Judicial
y VlilstricU of North Cnrcillna and in the Bu.
1 1 preme Court and the Pedt ral Court of the
tt'J Wetern litriet of North Carolina.
DH. B. F. ARRINGTON.
offlcr rooms on I'ntton nvcnm-. over the
E ..i.uu.. ii.ir.. ,.r t II. Itlnnt.in Ac Co.
Kcsideiice corner of Woodfin and Locust
i "'uM.l tirnllon crlven to trentment of dls.
ensril iiiimn, and all diseases iwrluininK to
' the dental structure.
Tiiko. H. Ihviiisom, Titos. A. Jon as,
Kaleluh. Jas. O. maktin, asicviiic.
JAVIDfM)N, MARTIN ft JONBH,
Attorneys and Counsellors nt Law,
Alt..vill.-. N. C
Will orstlieein the 1 1 ill and f-'lh Judicial
i.iui..(m ..n.l l fh.. Suiirrnlt Court ol North
I'Mcllnn. nnd in the I'cdcral Courts of the
Western Ultrtct ol sunn i ar in.
Kcler to Hank of Aslievllle. dlsel
Architect and Contractor.
. . MnMAnll..na n,l i-tttlnlHteS fur-
fr;'i nwnnlril inc.
A Kcfcrem-es when druired.
.t nilicc: .No. 12 Hendry lllork, North Cou
f 1 larr. Aslievllle. N. C lehMWUv
J. W. ROI.LINC.S,
I will practice tn the city and surroiindiiiK
iilli.v nt W. I'. Illanlon A: Co.'s stnlile. 70
Mouth Main slrccU ",r?.
II. II. HKKVI'.S. II. U.S. I II. K. SMITH, P. U.S.
Drs. Reeves) Htnlth.
In Connally'BulldlnK, over Krdwood's Wore.
Teeth entrncted without pain, with thenew
tinicstlictic, una ail cases oi irrvu"'"i.v "
1 ". KAM8AY, l. U.S..
' Office I
In nurnnrd llulldlna Butrances,
Avenue nnd Muln Street.
-mr iniirifiilC uniftlf UfflDV9
HE AdnCTILLr. OniK" nuiirtg)
AnlieTlllc, N. C.
f. . HO .
TUB LAK0KHT ANII HKHT UJtUI'l'KU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIU
Ha C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSIil.TINIIVIIKUISTANn MIHINII RNUINHHSS.
Annliianf Metals, tm-s, Coal or Lose. Aim-
ernl Waters, I'erllllicrs, etc.
I'KICB l.iarilN AI'I'I.ICATIflN.
Mlnlnir nroiirrty Investlantcd, developed.
liouaht nnd .old.
liHiiililes enn la? sent hy mull or rpn-.
sent liy eiin-s, churncs mut Is- prcpnlil,
Agents wanted in every place.
HH. II '
NUW HOIISHI NHWLN PtlKNlHIIIItl
ALL MODItKN I M PR) VHM IINT8.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. ail Haywood Street,
SGI TO LIFE 0r
- e- w - r-
Burn In any Limp without danger of
Exploding or taking fire. Set that you
get tne genuine, r or taio oy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
CHANCE FOR JAR
Botwei'ii Joliu Kiill , and Ills
Kelghboir AcioliS the (hunncl.
Johnny Crapaud Gets Fresh
Tba Commander of lfraaeh War Vessel
Orders llrltlall Hlllejset to Bonlove Their
a, KM., ha tan Water, of St.
George Bay rearing Tbalr Property
Would lla Itaalrarad They Comply.
Halifax, H. A, May 31, A good deal
of excitement prevails at St. George
bay, Newfoundland, owing to a Trench
warship ordering British subjects there
to remove their ttshlug gear, nets, etc.,
from the water, with the alternative of
the commauder of the vessel ordering
his men to remove them. Fearing that
these articles would be destroyed, the
Qshormen promptly removed thuiu.
Says the rarmrrs are Deternilneil col.
Folk Speaks of the New Mrasure,
-Wahhiniitiin. Mav !). C.W. Mimtine,
oliuiroiun nf the Farniors' Alliani'U legis
lative coiiiiuittee, was askiii aiami me
status of the Kiili-trcnsiiry bill, and if tiiu
Alliance would adopt tlw Jic-uuiuiiiiy
lull us a substitute, llllil replied
'The Hub-treasury bill is really more
Donular every day. It is hemic discussed
und upproved by the Kreat iniiservattve
element ol tne wiuntry inn, 1110 loino-m
alone, but lawyers, iluetors, merchants,
mid oven bankers are often in favor of it,
It is the otilv measure that bus ever la-en
olTt-rcd thnt eueoiirat;es the uro"1 '
t,a omnlv, tow
J. ' , , r..
dlice U linilfa tll
H.,.,,,,. t ,a roe si
town anil rural CUV. llllil
home enterprise und in-
irimr in -1 be country,
Hence the real support of the measure is
liu reasuiK overy uay, aim it iioinr
diilereuce what tlio present coiiKress
imp do w Mb the b Is Is-foro It. the prill-
mile seekini: recoirnuiiin i"" sun-
treiiHiirv inn is oasiMi mil u iHieiiiim
. ' .,..1 .1 . At
mei-ts tliu approbation of n.u ly all win
tnko the trouble to Olidurstllllil it, und
must, in time, prevail, ino principle
conteiuUil for in this meiisiire cmi never
ehniiL-e. ami it advocator will never
vield to nnv siilistiliite tor it. tne iio-
tjiilHiire iiiiinnteriul. but those, who ad
mit the principle and olijeot on uccouni
of detail us some of the ineinls-rs ol
rnnirrvsH do liluce Ibemselvea in an
iiu-ku-iiril isisilioii. Ini'iuiw we Imveclml
leiiKed those who objirl to this detail for
cnrryiiiK out tlio uiinciples, to olfer a
U'tler svstem, nnd it woiiiu get our suji
port. the fm-ts nro, they lovo Wall
stroet better tlinn thrv do the furmurs.
for the simple reason that Wall street
donates the lssslle money for controlling
the elections where votes nro purchaha
ble, and the jmrty lioeses neither fear nor
if Into veiirs. st'ii alilu to Kwp them
ulsiiit oiiinlly dividoil by seotiniiul pro
judirw. Bliimld the present congress see
tit P respouu to uie iiraiin
brotiu'lit to Is-nron Ibeni by the corrupt
party Iswses, whose dietiini Is to ostracise
every nieinis'r iroiii mc wnww,,.
not join in to give u unanimous vote
against the bill, fiom Isnh imrtiea. which
nriilmble. it will nol hurt the
true inlerrstH of the measure any, ls
cause siple know the measure has some
fi-ii.iiils.ua iiianv tiieiiils-rs have so said
mid niulnrN.il the principle. We will
under slll'll CUV lllllslllllCCH. KIII.W llllil
the Iswses wbipsil tlieiii into lino tu
protect others who wero compelled to
vine agniiii .
Mr. Met 'Inmiiiv's hill la in no sense
nf the word nu Alliiuice meastiro, and
not. nor will it ever ls, aulwtituto tor
the suli-trcastiry bill.''
What the MH Innimy Hill Is.
Pnl. 1 L. Polk, president of the Farm
ers' Alliance, said that he wus not the
nilli, ,r of the Mi-ClillillllV bill, illtnsliiced
the other day, which provides for the
government to lend money on lauds at
1 s-r rent, lie says u was iirnwn up 17
Ids m-ivntii Hccrclarv. 1). II. KitUilibotlse,
and he knew nothing nlsiiit it. Ho mid
he hud not considered the lull critically,
nnd did not want to express nil npinior
yet. In ss-aking of the sub-treasury
bill, he said that would not ls abandoned
until it was sipiiiroly detested, or until
some better measure lias Iwn pnuneil.
We coiisiileriHl land measures Is-fore the
suli-treimiirv bill was pri'imrinl, and do-
cided that such measures would not give
to the currency sillllcielit llexil.illl v. 1
Imvn not. bnwuviT. made a citri'liil el
aniiiinlinn of the Met 'lummy bill, mid
can not give an opinion. If, after exam
ination, we Und tills Ulll ts-tier loan uir
stib-treastirv, I should I is-i-iecuy wu
linirto alnndou the latter. I have lienn
(hut the wavs nnd means commitus)
have derided against the sub-treasury
bill, and if this inngress Biljoiirns w nn
,.m iL.iiiLr nnvtliinu to relievo tliu farm
ers. a howl will tell on the men who
failed to aid thuin by legislation.
The University of Florida wn founded
at Tarisju Springs, Wednesday,
MEWS IN BftlEP.
CeadeBsatlnn of Inlera.tlog llam. aa
The president aud family will summer
at Cape May.
lu-iijnmln Ilnwltliis was nangra in
Wiubingloo, Thurmlay, for wife murder,
u i... uu.l Iism ilireL-UHl Hint til sale
of lliuurs In the house restaurant shall
J w flnlliin. mi Ohio traveling man, la
onder araeat In llurllngtou, Iowa, vhurged
by two woman with bigamy.
Altss-t Tsmpllu, of (Joal Valley, W. Va.,
has been missing for a wauk, aud U is
fusrad he lisa bona murdered.
William II. Johnson, a miner at Camp
bell's Croak, W. Va, wae ran over and
killed by a train of eoal cars.
City Treasurer. William Peak, of Kan
sas City, reciimed Wedueaslsy. Ills ao
eounts are nearly 130,000 short
A disease roaeinbUng la grippe has
broken out snemg the horain In Allen
oounty, O., and is resulting fatally.
Thomas J. Iluiui, ax-postmaster at
Bloemington, III., was knocked down by a
bleyul and probably family Injured.
John Williamson, of retail, me., is iu
danger of Judge Lynch for a triple mur
der of Jefferson Moore, wife and son.
The festivities In connection with tne
oeremony of tlie entailing 01 tuaiMsim.ua
at Kloltuioud, Va., os'iied We-Iueeday
iiluht with a military bail. The report
u.i. "Tim iiiifaoirnta aniliUlim were
draped In awaf ul arinoity with ths Na
tional oolors." Geo. Loutfstrest was prea
The Hia,no iMeessary to ssrure J, D.
niw-kafidlnr'a eunu.lM) aiibsctlntloii for a
llapttst university la Chit-ago has been
Tli annual convention of the Ameri
can Phonograph and Urephophon aso
elation h bagna at th Auditorium hotel,
Mlsa Huann Htchsrdson. Lartdnnla, Mo.,
eomratU suiriile In her wedding clothes
because bar pareuu objeot to the mau of
Illinois ProlillrltlmilAt have nominated
R 1L Link for slala treasurer and l,
Carl JoIumid for euperlnteudaut ef public
ASIIEYILLE .DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2,
It Ih renortad Hint a lead ot solid sold
one inch thick has been, struck; in the Gol
condu, Col., mine, uud, bum one pocket
$ju,i,oou wan taken,
The jury in the esse of Minn Mary Kirch-
ner against tlio Ijiko Erie uud Western
railroad fnrtlOAN for injuria received,
awarded plaintiff T,(A)0.
William 1). llrogg. the nephew ol the
famous Confederate gunornl. suddenly dis
appeared (rout Sacramento, Dal., and it is
feared linn la-en made away with.
Walter Dun lei, a wall-to-ito farmsr of
Jackson county, Ark., has been arrested
tliu charge nf murdering llurrtson
Bailor, coini'ed, last Sunday night.
Liiicihii.ui insurance couipuuies have
made in ihe ng;;regnte a return of 1142,
U5M0 for luxiulmi, and report l.liTH.bm.N
of securitlui. not subject to taxation.
Pugilist .luku Kilndii bits completed a
erui of three mouths in jail in Missis
ilppl for pact ici nation in (lie great mill
with Siilllvnn nt Kicliliurg a year afro,
At the comiuciicemuiil. of the General
Theological winliiiiry of New York two
Ohio hoys stood at Mm head of I tie honor
roll, K. T. iMi.lilcy uud Paul Muu-heus.
Theamimmtic lire extinguisher on the
third Hour of one of the (ilohe woolen
mills in l.'lli n, N. Y lmr-t, doing dam
ago estimated between tViO.OOO and flO.UOU.
A young iniin, who refusus tu give his
nniuo, is ii n ile- .irrest lit Norwalk, O., for
robbing the le.-idence uf O. T. Stewart.
Tho stolen property was found lit his pos
Michael Slieuhnn, aged a I years, at
tempted to imitate Steve Dnslie by jump
ing from the .Mohawk river bridge at Am-sU-nhini,
N. V. His body has not been re
William N. Stnne, of llelpre, O., who
was sir nek on the hand liy a monkey
wrench in the bauds of lloss Kewlou, is
dead. The cause of the troll le was a dis
.Seen-i my U lniloin baa ruled agalust
tho Uiiilders' Kxi haiige, of Chicago, in re
gard to the eiiloreeineiit of the alieu con
tract laws Willi respect to ulieus coming
lu from (.anndii.
Tweuly-four niembrrs of the Thirty.
fourtli ron;re.is wiiu heiia-d elect n. P.
Dunks sH-uker after a memorable coubtit
have asM-inbled iu Washington City to
celebrate t'te event.
Allien. Tuinpllii, a yoiiu man of Coal
Valley, W. a., entered a lioiiieof ill
pntcawvek ugo under the Inlliieiii-e of
lionur, mid has uol been seen since. It is
feared be was murdered.
Students at Miami university, Oxford,
()., Uike a horse and raniugu In-longing to
the i-steru 1-eutale seminary, ot the
same place. Tne animal was killed and
tno frolic lernili aliv. Miriousiy.
J. W. Alsop, proprietor of tha Central
hotel, linlloii, tl., was assaulted with a
carving knife he lili hard Van Camp, a
colored cook, Aiiilu iutoxunteil. Van
Camp was senl to the work house,
The American Shaft-holder company, of
Wabash, liul., lua brought suit for in
frliiguinc.nl nf patent against William bl
Murlmrger 6i Company, of Indianapolis.
Damage lu the s tin of 3.U1U is demanded.
Huury Jai-kson and Thomas Thomas,
two "trusties at the Trenton, N. J., state
prisou, suiidbiKged Uoorkwiwr Charles
Parker, luiiiid and gsggiil bim. robbed
billl of hutl, uud madu good their escape.
George Kununti has replied to tha strict
ures of l. lined .Motes Vice Consul lieu.
Dustaii reg-irdl ig Siliertau prisons, mid
cites thu auihoii'.)' of Kussian ollluials to
Drove that tney are as liihuniunly badly
ordered jm ho hiui alleged,
The Canadian government has di-cldnd
to again vigorously enforcii the teruis of
tho eoliveiitiiui of ISIS iu reference to the
Atlautiu lisheri-a. exrept against those
United Stntra lulling Toescbi which tako
out inmlus vlvendl licenses.
W. II. I jiughiud, fonncr y of Xenin, O.,
has been swindling people lu WnsbliigUm
onder the name of It. S. Lee. Ho is under
arn-sli.1 Iti.hiuond, Va., for forging tint
name of r'rank Hatton, editor of The
Waahiuslou PimI, to a check for 1100.
Andrew Hiiuberg, Oft years old, of Ot-
tnmwa, Iowa, Hulslieil a thirty days' jail
senteucu Wi-diu-whiy. Ha snd bis wife
oelebraled by gelling drunk, wheuhelo
Hlcteil mortal lujurlea to her and then cut
bis tbmnt from ear to oar. Mrs, Punberg
dlud, while Sunbsrg will live probably to
Stand triul for murder.
The grand lislgu of Knight of Pythias
has amended their uoustltutlon lu regard
to tho aduilssloa of members, lloreaftce
no iiersou who Is not SI year of age.
physically and mentally sound, who does
not la-licvo In a (Supremo Being, or who 1
engaged in Irsilinklng In spirituous, vin
ous, mall or Intoxicating liquors, will be
Portland. On-., custom ofTIHsIs seised
Slu cans of opium, valued at aisuit SJ.uuu,
hi a Chinese wash bouse. John Mays, a
Northern Piu-illo brakeiiinu, coulrMaed
that the opinio ww bought In Victoria
1L C.. a few dais ago. The cu-loins au
UiorHio-, ehdin pnKif that a ifuniber uf
Norlhum f'.u I It.' employes, together with
Chlm-M-, uiv smuggling.
A French grnl h man named Cham-hard
Inw piin.'husiivil the MclsMiiilcr, Ism, pay
ing lor the picture tne sum oi ficu.w-
Al Lelcivirr, Wislnesiluy, Howell, the
Kuglish clisinidon bicyclist, broke all pre
vious record and wou in ciuuupiousnip
of the worhL
Uiirlng liir slay of Count llerliert llls-
nntn-k lii i'arls he will pay visits U .M.
Uibul. mliiiHier of forelgu auairs, aud
Premier lh' I reyclnet.
The wi has written a letter to Prince
I.ultisdd, regent of lhtvarta, deploring ins
auil ude imiiiiiiisI by Hie prime and tb
liavarliiu gnrernmiuit toward toe pro-
ninssl Catholic eougn-MS.
Tl,.. niiilnii In the Iron foundries lu
and III the vicinity of Vienna have served
i.imiil uoiiee upon their employers toat
they will strike next .Monday for shorter
hours and higher wages.
Count Tol-i"l, ths distinguished rtus-
Ian nove list. Is reported to be lying seri
ously III II h s-rllonlll. The disease hss
not thus fur v emeu to nia irrniineiiv oi
his physicians, and luey now ueapair oi
saving bis 11 lu,
Turn nf Ih Tide.
We gently ilrtfta.1 with the U.lr
Hha si-atk-d fowlly at my sl'le.
I strava with sU a lover's art
T.i ictt Uis abirr uf mr heart.
I prsrsd that she my life would Wnss,
Sii save to me ber grseiou. -yea. -lu
heart and hsnrl wa si III abldn,
llVn mill drlfUlia allh Ul. tltaL
Would Clalus ltr Frivlleg.
Mr. Elo.ir-larlliig. I Dud that there Is
no inllil.ler In town Just at pnwiit, eti-apl a
lady Univsrwllst. Hhall w have th
inoiiv nrrforuiisl hr herf
XI la. Kloir 1'iwloiisl I wisild rather not.
Mr. Kloprr Hut wny not, sweeii tau
wnnp PMMin roiiia.
Mlai Elnuer- Hei-ailse btH'auw, love, I am
afraid she would Insist upnu kissing the
grisiuil lliirllugloli Free I'reas.
The Cut IHrert.
Ilsr falhsr la a mllllisuilr,
YiH at tliu bich EateUo and I
Had insny s M a tela.
In town .he In her carriage rldss-
I vrnlki It aeaina to ma
Ths dlnVmice la that I out .Ilk
w lain .hawall, aha euta ma
Hew la OM Anmnil It.
If s pretty girl may any
Thai .lie iwin.it shut hat eyes
To the fsit that graining kuwea a not neit,
Thr name object la a way
Von mnv fslrtr renJIss
And bar KTuplea mart by turning off liis light.
BlootlHlied Hay Result In Bibb
Blacks Threaten to Destroy the
Town of Six Mile.
The Disturbance Starts by Three Negro
Woman Befu.lug to Ulva tha kMdaweik
to White Women The Ittur roskad
Into the fitraet Tha Former Whipped
by Masked Men Tha Town Guarded by
Cincinnati, Mny 81. A TiuniH-Stnr
special from Birmingham, Ala., Thurs
A sellouts race war is tlireatcneil at
Six Mihs in lilbb county, fifty miles
southwest of this city. Tuendny four
y"'K women wore walking along the
princijiai street 01 tne tuwii, wiiuie muy
were unit by three negro women, Lora
Carter, I.illie Belcher and Mandy JohuJ
sou. Tiie siilewnlk was narrow and
both parties refused to make any room.
The negro women then pushed the
white women hito the street,, at the
same time applying to them u number
of vile epithets.
(ilvrn a Flogging-,
The same night a party of white men
went to the houses of the three nrgro
women, and, drugging tht-m from bed in
their night clothes, gave them a turri lie
flogging. One of the women was U-nten
to mseusiunity, iinu uu ui tnuui went
whimied in a brutal manner. This
T- it. 111... 1 ..11 M .1
created great excttetnunt among the ne
groes, ana at an eariv Hour Wednesday
morning negro men Iwguu to assemble
on the streets and talk the matter over,
at the same time threatening vengeance
against the whiten. They soon became)
Ueinnustra: ivu; the whites grow alarmed,
and began tu arm tiicuiselvoa.
Tl , .... . ... 1. .-...! I- IIuum.
Alio i,viu.r w.u.-.vu ,w i. . . 1 ,
but sliowtnl no inclination to do so until
they were attacked by the whites and
driven off the streets by force. Mauy
of them showed tight, and for a time a
bloody riot was threatened, but tne
negr.s being outnumbered and poorly
armed, drew olf to wait for re-enforce
All the negroes for ten inilia) around
the town are gathering tn the viciuitvof
Six Mile, und have telegraphed several
orders for guns und ammunition tu this
citv. Tlu-v are much excited, and
threaten tu burn the town and kill every
white man who attacks them. The town
is guarded bv UU well armed white men
who will kill every negro who attempts
to make trniinie.
La-eft reii rts from the town say the
negns-s are receiving guns and pistols,
and a con Hit is extavted. The negroe
are congregatod in large nnmls-rs near
the town, uud it Is thought they will
make an utUic.k to-mght. The luon who
cowhided the three women, it is
wore uuudca. Tho diststtclM do not give
Went Crasy and Committed Murder,
St. Loi'lK. May HI.-H. Hail, a farm
1 1 . .1 I., .. ........ U. .... .. ... Um wm
hot dead w iiliieeiliiy by a fellow farm
hand ni.inid Jw-nb Ilaiuea.
Jaiiiea. The turn
Iiuil Miiisireiillv Imh-ii rloea friends.
iluiues hied wit (unit auy warning. As
lie tied be cried out: "lie only cam
liere to tli id out what be could alxmt the
Jauiealsivs." It is suprssed that Uaines
had suddenly betxane crasy. He i said
to have well-to-do relative iu Bt, Louis.
A posse are aflor him.
Ottawa, (hit.. May 81. The Cana
dian government has dexided w again
vigorously enforce the terms or l:.e inn-
vention of ll Ul reference lo tlie At
lantic fii.lii-i its, exrept ngniust those
b'uihsl Suites hVbiiig vessels whiiii take
out mtslus vivendl Ui-eiism. The pro-ti-ctiva
r.rnisi-r have lvn ordeied by
the hshnniM d. ;sirtiuent to b gr. ready
fur tan liiiiuciiinteiy. atid tne viguiuii
wUl proceed fr..iu llalllas to tile tuuUig
.i . .1.1 . i.
grounns urn. am.
Arrldent M tha Itaae Track.
Rt lxn-iu. Mav St. There, tt as in.
other accident at tlie race track Wvdns
day aru-rii'in, which aiiunu tejuinataa
fatally, inere were eleven suiriers m
lue Miiru im-n, nuu wneu .nr urui
bloou vessel in his head aid Ml on tli
track. IhiMJUMOti, wIki had the uioont.
susbiiiHd a frnrtnre of the left leg, and
was tram pled on. but b believed will
come around all rigirt.
Anarehla Arrested mm Heapfrlnm.
CllH'Aiio. May lit. Joseph Knlter. an
Anarchist, from New York, who bus
l?en osteiiMbly rs-ddlinir rvligiotis bonk
here, hiui been arresu-d on sustrlckm of
plsi-ing the dynainile under th. Hk.
mens liayuiariet monnnient. lie is
said to be a "H d" but there is little evi
dence against biiu, exi-ept that he was
seen lurking In the vicinity of the mon
ument last r nosy night.
Celebrating III. Halnaa From Jail.
MinnkaiiiI.is. Minn.. May 81. A Trl-
boiw sss-inl froiii tiltujuwa, lirwa.saysi
Andrew Hunls-rg. OS years old. finished
a thirty davs' jail at-ntetice Wednesday.
Ha and ills wue eeirnraini nv geniiHr
drunk, when be indicted mortal injurs-
ou her and then cut hi throat fnsu ear
to ear. Sirs, riunberg died a few hours
afterward. Hunberg will live prolsibly
lostaud trial lor inuruor.
Ne Jury Will Cenalet Him,
8it.vrs Crrv, N. M., May 81. Thomas
I.voiis, of this ctly. shot atal Instantly
I'll...! 1 If l..ll..lU U..I...1..V
Sllll-U M. .' v.. ..una.. j.
I.yiHw Is lunula; of the Arm of Lyons
At CVmiils-ll. who are anions- the hear.
'. i "
tAMt i-aiiie uwuura m suutnnra pirn ate
ico. He claims lo have found McManiale ire n,,i fund of work, traders who
and Mrs. Lyons in a compromising sitn. t(,m my t(,y nr0 fnr mora ener
.ti.M. All tli ruirtlnn are tmiiiiiiif.nft I . A . r .u a i .... . T
Una Hundred and Thirty-Third lay.
In the M-unte Mr. H eriuau reported aa
amendment fur Ihr appoint meut of three
imniuilwloiier Ui tha liiler-t'onunenuu
railroad mminlsslmi. A residullou
ailnuiml calling lor rert-aln luformatkMi la
reference to the rrta-llioa rvairda. Tha
wiiutn bill on innorinl liquor in prontor
llou stall's was mnsldernl, and at 0.M IU
.mo ad lonrm-d. without autlou.
lu thr house ,ir. sux was aworu u aa
Mr llioidi.ll's alircieir. A lilU
IMU.SS. I ror File Wllll'll.llllieni ui m nvi.iuw.
iillltarr nark al t lili kninauga, Th river
.... . t.i, , ... ... . V- ... I....-I
i nd hnrls'-rblllwa t.il.en up and finally
psl, aftor which thu house adJourmsX
I'rrparlng lo Dawn IU.nl.
V.iiins Knrausoli-Yoil hav aom naw
anl.l il.li In vnur siiuariuin. I see, Mia Mill-
Mia Mlllnn-Yeai aren't thay llttl beau
Ileal Mr. Ilsiikliw.il as-nt them to m tnu
Valine Feruusnn 1st colifrrtlolier. next
ilny-l went l't lo pounds of thsas
randy flh, asaortisl llnvor., tors young iwiy.
New York rrsss.
Mv hive at alnsig. although I do nr ssy
Tlial nisie like yisi rrs sire yi-t suorrdl
tiuiM.it Uibe. "I'd iMiiinient tor life,
Mr dtwr, to pay your fatlmr'a daughlor's
Jo.h lulling.' Philosophy.
Genius, liko the vunor eagle, don't
Imvo tow niuko onny trial trips, but
whon it Is full fledged, pushes boldly
out, evon toward the aun,
H ot-tune iz reii'eonw(l.az unnu, ana
thoio who rocoive m'jut of hr fuvors
go it blind.
e ,, ,. -i i.. .I., i.i
11 mure wall i noovii in una worm,
tliaro wouldn't bu tnucli wisdum, 1
It iz tno niuo tilings ov me mat
makes tlio burden lieuvy to carry a
hundred wuiglit ut once, iz no grate
load, but tew Imvo it put on our bucks
a pound ut a time iz.
Men are oltcu pruizoa for tneir so
gussity. but nil tho foresight in the
world KRIll U!U u uuuoio yeiaeu egg
until it is brokon.
Huven t yu over seen a littlo cliild
tri tew pick up four apples with its
little hands at onco, and spill at least
two ov them? Men are constantly
tricing tlio siiino gutno, with the same
kind of suckcess.
One way tew define love iz. that It
nuikes us plicui phunuy aud akt phool-
Iivn feeds on hones nnd fears, and.
like tlio chameleon, tukus its colors
fmm what It foods oil.
Kihoiei makes but imew bluudors.
and tlioze it kuu easily korrukt
There is hardly enny man so wicked
tt that ho respclcut virtew for the pro-
b-kshuii it affords him.
My yung fraud, don t forgtt one
tiling however omitting yu may be,
tlie eazyest mau iu tlio world for yu
tew cheat iz Vlirsclf.
Tlio further advances a man makes
in knowledge, the loss satuslled he ii
with what he knows.
Oalluntrv mav Dossil)! V bo defined
uz tho politeness ov fluttory. New
A nontblark'a Baerat.
It has Ih'cii noticed for some time
thut a certain Wushiugtou bootblack
was iiiuru prosperous than bis follows.
Ilu loafed less on the street corners,
llo seemed always to Ihi going some
where: ho was ul ways busy.
Dut's a secret." the littlo Afro
American would remark wlien his
competitors asked liim bow be got so
It was useless for them to follow
him. Thev could uut ect his formula
out of him by kicks or culfs. Spies
bail their trouhle for tneir rewaru.
Nothing; short of dollars und cents
uud a business trunwictiou could worm
from biui las golden sesauio to pro
At lust twenlv mtramuiniis as a joke
eiu-li di-oniM-d a nickel in tlio hut uud
told tho voiing rvnpoicou oi uioairrei
it would fie liis if he would tell, and ho
agreed to if ho could have bis nickels
W.',i vn' kin. said a bit? bov
'Cause we'll lick yo If yo' Tio and
Mniithlu' uill, ania nnpoieon,
when all tno arrangements were com
pleted, ' than pultiit scent in my
l.hieltio' I buvs flvo CPtibi worth ol
ilu of clovh an mixes it with tha
black, an'tretntnen like it bctter'n they
ill cs the smell of m'liuaus black. A
lady up ou UouuecUcut uvenoo PjIo
mo how Whon SUocullcU mo 111 t UlACa
her littlo bov's slusja"-
Tlie recital was euueu wuu a wiroop
from twoiily tlirouts and forty legs
were M-ruiiihlinir toward tlio uoarest
drug Htoru where oil of cloves might
ls liuil. wliile tlio iMusileon bioou con
templating tho twenty nickels for
which ho hud nnrtitl with the secret
of his undue proiHrity. Washington
In a lloston Slraat Car.
Ill n crowded Columbus avenue car
Saturday evening. A atmt woman,
radiant in suka ana aiaraoiiaa, sou
with a florid complexion, denoting
health or muga, enters. Jjlreotiy in
, . , ? h d rfu jj
..... .,. WK -rlt-
V" " ii. 1. 1 r "i a
i len m evei-v lino oi ins cutuwitu iww.
r - , ,A f ...I lh.
WOIIIUI1 sways till it. tacll time all
I niiunuu-hisi his sido of the car she al
most smothers tho young man tu her
furbelows, bho looks down upon mm
f,,, luy. dUiUdy height wlfhssoorn-
i,. . . uhbih utvanuilnlv. "wnr
you uot getillouiuii ouougu to givo up
your soul to met"
He llnally riecumlia, evidently
thinklnir it nreferable tu stand than
liuvo His lilu crustu-u out, aim resigns
his aeuL A gniyheuded old gentle
nun. with "solid man of Huston"
atiiiiiMtl Ukiii him has been watching
tliu proceeUiiig. A alert as a boy he
springs to hi feet "Take my eeat.
I ,',,, e l .... i,.i Llo, lie half
in'P,b'Ji ..rln uir'bi.tU.r uble lo stutid
than you are. As for that woman she
looks strong enough to curry tho car."
Tha Indiana ef tM Bias.
Tho Hun lilua Indian is not such a
liad ss-eiincu of the bumna rnoe as
might Ini snpiHisca, Viiieu it is rviuvm
U'ntl thut his Hiiccstnrs were wont to
rub themselves well with coconnut oil
uud roll iu tliu sntid to cotnpliito their
nttiro before unending a stuto uiuncr
up an inuui'iiiiiLiuii bull n the eleva
tion of a bruvo to a cliiefbiiiisiup.
They Imvo Isi'oino somewhut civilised
since thou. They appear to bu a cross
between the North American Indian
and tli" negni. lliey are large and
well loi'liicil men, lor tno most part,
- -. . , -
poiiesiir splendid tenth and fnirly
Inli lliiri-iit fnees. Their chief Industry
I . .V . tl'1.11- . i
i ia irMiiiei'iiiu- .ss'iuinuia. v uuo uii-y
thu North Amerioan In-
iliiiii. nnd ran always be mlied upon
U rnrry out any bisk which they agree
lo perforin. vr. now loratjommer-
Illddliia fur a Lost I'oek.tbook.
Mot long ago l wont lo mo uusine
. . .. . i
nine of all aUClllllniT to O0 HI
sight, and while theii 1 lit my pock
ellMuk, cotibiining 12U0. I told the
aiiolioiictir ulsiiit iLllild reourstod him
h) announce that 1 would give 1W
for It rcliiru. The auctioneer slated
mv nmiMisliion. Then 1 hoard a
drawling voice from away over In tha
corner say. "Ill glva sua. " iney
Nlto HuflVrcd for Twenlv Vnra),
Mv wile has suffered for fifteen yenrs
from rongrsl Ion nnd pninfiil menstrun-
tnill, Alter using inrre isiiiivs m i.i
liild's I'viiinlc kcgiilntor she is now nblc
lo do her house work nnd go where sin
' .1 1....11. SI I
aiornvinn runs, c. w .
Write llrmlfiehl Kcgiilntor Comnnny,
Atliuiln, tin., for particular, liy all
A sn-ond hand money ante and one alr
phitrortn Killes. Illiiiulre of
C. S. COOPF.R,
Or K1XIXV HTRACHAN,
88 PATTON AVUNIIB,
THE USES OF BORAX.
Hnriiiktn nliuuai InfMted bv ants with boras
and you will awn be rid of them. I
hi t A .... .-.v un.ll .nrlnklari I
with borax snd done up air tight will never
h. b-AMhWI with moths. I
A mil. hnrax out In tha water before wash-
i. .t nr nl UnlrMl tublHoloths and nan- I
... .7 '
kins, will prevent their lauiiig.
Ringworms will yield to borag treatment
Annlv a strong solution of borax three time I
a day; also dust on tne nne ary powaer twj
Rllvsr moons end forks. In dnilv use. msy I
be kept bright by leaving them tu strong bo-1
rax several hours. The water should be boil-
tng when thsy are put In.
Put a tesspoonf ul of borax In your rinsing I
water. It will whiten ths clotues ana aieo i
remove the yellow cost on garments that I
have been laid aside for two or throe years.
Que of the best things to cleanse the scale I
thoroughly la to dissolve one-halt teanpoonful I
or iMirax in a uuur. ol .nu r
rubbing it in well Klnae thoroughly In elesr
For washing flue, nice flannel, nothing will
eaiin tliara to look so nice as Isirsx tn the
water, a tahlvspooiiful of boras to a pall of
water being the right proportion. Always
sh baby i little nuiiuel ssurs, snurta, sto
Always wash baby's mouth and gums every
morning with water lu which you bsv put
a plnoh of borax. It kseoa th. mouthfresb
and sweet, snd prevents that uncomfortable
atalctlon, s wire mouth, with wdlcn so many
poor babies are troubled when their mouth?
are not kept perfectly clean.
Borax water laexoallent for sponging either
11k or wool goo. Is that are not soiled enough
tonsod washing. In washing cashmere or
wool goods put a little boras la ths water.
This will cleanse tbeio much more easily and
better, without lujury to the colors. Do not
rub til am ou a board, but use the bands, sod
throw on a line without wrluglng. Proa.
thorn on the wrong tide, and they will look
almost like now. Good Housekeeping.
The reason HAIIAM'8
MICKOIIB KII.I.I1K la
the must wonderful meil
iclne. Is liecnuse It has
never fniled in any In-
stance, no metier what
thrdlM-use, from LKI'-
tlincHrw known to menu
The cicntifto men of
to-rlny claim nnd
prove that every d
Caused by ltllcrobcH,
u.iiinniM ihr hllerntiea and drivea them
,.r thr .v.tein. nnd when that is done
.n.....il.iM.,ii,rh,iir onai. No mat
ter what the disease, whether a simple ease
..r i.t..l...4n ,,r m rnmhination Ol OiS
enses, we cure them all at the some lime, as
we treat nil uisensea consilium,. u.
inlm.n Cifisunintion. Lnturih. Ilroii
chili, Micunmtism, hiilney uwf Liirr
IHseiisc, LAiff '' l-fver, rcmiiic
Tr,,l,l. . in nil its forms, ami, in fact.
everv Innvuix known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Rre ihnt our TrndcMnrk
(same as above) I
apixara on cuvh Jug.
8end for book "History
of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Ph. tt.,
Sole Agent, Aabcvillc, N. C.
povlT dlr tn fri aun
PLEASURE B PROFIT
a sa ..mMinn tins hrn nrrnnffed At very
cheap trnu. (HJTiauoD ruwH.iur m iv.
June 7th to 14th,
Inclusive, to the new town of
I. ,.1, Ih. Nashville. Chntta
m,..Kn iLV .ll,.
on Hie Tennessee Hlver, nnd Is the center of
one Hundred rtnunrc Mlli-s of as rich coal.
Iron, llmialone and forest Innda aa enn lie
loiind wllhin any similar area in .
Inmskcat KIMIIA1.L and in lla tributary
nroiK-rtv. the most wonderful Inilustrliil dc
Irli.inncnt on Ihls eonllnenl. The oci-nalon
lurnlshrs nn iippiirtunlty. at small rspense,
lo enlov iM-auiliul scenery, and lo make dc.
The ihrtslenlng ailir. in.csiir.1
ntnrthose who wlh to lie Identified with
LiMiiil.l. from lis very In-ginning, will
inkeplni-eiin June loth nnd 11th.
Knllrond and Sleambiint ollli-es will far
nl.h Infornintlon about mlucnl rnlea.
I'ncla about Kimball and the iiisirtunl
ties II nllera enn Ik- nbtiilneil irom mc om
rrc.iucm, f.r'"-'7. . -
rn-.lilcnt oi i-irsi npiiimw
T..lr.-ltlrilt-C'HAM. 1. RICH.
AUUSON, Capitnhst, Chnttnnnoogn,
l.lciil ol tne waiue iii ....".",
Ilmndwav, New Mirs.
snd Vlce.!rlclriit iti(l MannaTlnK
,.i,..r. SI. i. KIMHAI.IMl'orincrly
r Atlanta. Ua., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
to miles South of Aahevlllc, on A. 8. K. R.
IHnner and Tea I
'artlra on one day'a notice,
Tho. A. Morris, Prop.,
Anlr. N. C.
Yearly or for a Term of Years.
A large and charming place in the country
about Tl miles from Ashevllle. if nines in i in
nllroad atatlonand In a good ndghlnjrhood.
THE MAIN BUILDING
. aflne atone house with large rnnma. am
nle vernndaa, front anu ones ii"i -
The estate consists of 408 acre., a eonshl-
trsblr iwrllon selnx .1111 In the wooda.
The House IS pien.nniiy -I
shnde. abundant water, etc ...
ilood farm buildings, atnhllng for a nam.
tier of horers, room lor 0 head of cattle,
,lThere'la nlso a nil and convenient frame
house consisting id tt rooms snd basement.
Mental of the main reehlenc soo wr an
num i If form Included. oo per snnuin, or
rental of frtm houwi and farm SDimj tr
Arennoemrnta eonld proliatily lie made
FlIH I'l'KCIIAHB If desired.
F, farther pnrtlirs-jip to
Peal li.UU Dealers, Ashcvllla, N. C.
Also Instruction in Physical Culture ror
ladies ana CDllOren in Cia.sc. ur FriTw, .,j
Miss Mal.le, of New York, at MISSION HOB.
rll AU, -lu u.m. i-o w
1"""" 0 ma" au.wcreo promUy.
(Formerly of Lyman & Child),
T V7l A X Tf'iCrP A TTT,
a,rlctl v a Brokerage BuelUCM
Loan, securely placed at 8 per ctnt.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Acconimodatlon. the very liest till, moun
tain country can afford. Terras reasonable
as possible to make them. Billiards, pool.
howling alley, ball room, music, etc.
If. a. miles, m. d.,
UlTOTICB TO TUB CITIZENS OP A811B
Wherena at a regular jieetlng of the Board
of Aldermen of the city, held on the lath of
April, lM(ll), at which meeting the French
Broad Valley Kailroud Company requeatcd
the privilege Ol crossing nnu unnu oiuni
streets in the city. And whereas, at a aub
seournt meeting of the Board of Aldermen a
resolution wus passed directing that any
railroad company wishing any privileges
should give public notice of the same,
Now, therefore, notice la hereby given that
on Friday evening nest at the regular meet-
on I'rii liy evening ncxi ai lire reHmni wwe
y sf AMtrmm of tnc Ht f
IV" ,. ',. ..... i..n.h imml Vallev Hailroad
A,..evn.e. iK.y.w sstess
Company will renew Its application for right
of way tnrougn tne city passing uivuia
snd using a portion of the following streets :
South.idc avenue, South Main, Valley, Col
lege, Woodlin and Bridge atrects, Merrlmon
avenue, North Main street, or a liortioo of
Church, Willow ana srkt iirecii, r.iwn
.nw,nH Walnut street, as from aurvcya
we may find the moat practicable.
VM. M. COCKB, JR..
mayiad4.tmnn Vlce-Pres. r. u. v. a. k.
Knfjrllata and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLI,
No. 40 Prencb Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(Por many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute. Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of comKnUnt teachers.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKSMITHINQ.
Tn lh HliMia nt AshevllM! and vldnltv I
wlri nnnounee that at mv shoisl on College
street, nest to Woodbury', atablra, I am bet
ter irriurea tnnn ever to ao wura in my nn..
Wagons, lluggiea and enrrtags maaafact
ir. ,1 Keiiairina and horar-ahoctng ant ape.
dnltlea, and perfect aatlslaetioa guaranteed.
My workmen arc experienced and skillful and
my charges arc moderate.
At a bargain, 4 or 8 Milk Cows. Apply be
tween il and 3 o'clock at
ISO Charlotte Street.
Krglstered Jersey Hull for service. Price
S.l.lio, gunrnnleed. may dtf
II. F. P. BRIGHT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Apply to u. during the Incoming week to
rent the Hock (juarry on th oppo.lt aid
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and tht
NINIt TI1NBMUNT IIOUSBS
near by, A good rock tnaa can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
mar 'JO dtf
By virtue of a deed of trust e scented to m
on the gist day of August, 1 sail, hy J. A.
Prummond and Flora I.. Imimmond, hi.
win-, to secure the payment of th avm of
.H.i -rhl.i u.Tkn. CpnU. Iiearlna Intrreet at 8
lunnrril ana eieveniy-ecven iwh,
rr cent, from anld date, I
ill oner hit
to the highest bidder for rash, at tha court
house door la the city of Aahrvllla, oa tn
..i. A..m nf l..n 1 slill. certain rdeee or
- mTrti oflsnd .situated on Valley atreet In tha
filv of Aslievllle, particularly owennra in
snl'd deed of trust, regtatcred In tha Mcglatar's
Ofll in noes a .no on gag. -("ivLi
fraSSrlaf from taaanVSa af fa-J-rifcaarl
tu. I ssMii1la g Ssl
r. mm, . -1 -.
aevS dftw If . '
ASHUVILI.B, N, C,