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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1890.
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Upper Marlboro, Md.
I wss cured several years aco of
white swelling in tny leg by the use of
o. d. ., ana nave nna no symptoms 01 .
' any return of the disease. Many prom
i inent Dhvsiclans attended me and all
J -failed, but 8. S. S. did t he work.
. Paul W. Kihkpatrick.
i Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise n Blood Skin Dlaoaael
F mailed free.
$ Swot BPF.nric Co.,
4 act 'itldAiwly
fcmoe Over J. H
Law's Store, South Main
With rhS noc.
j filling with silver or nmrilRRtn. .noc to7Sc.
t " anld Sl.OO and upward,
tot nf treth Stl.OO.
. Beat act of teeth f 8.00.
f No better made, no mutter what you pay.
"M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawt
Will practice In the loih and 18th Judicial
)ltrlct. of North Carolina and In the 8u-
i preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Western District ol North curollua,
DR. B. P. ARRINGTON.
Office ronma on Patton avenue, over the
i-lnthlnw atnrt, nf C. 11. nianton & Co
Kniilencc corner of Woodfln and Locuat
8iedal attention given to treatment of dla-1
caied ffuma. and all dlacaaca pertaining to
the dental atructure.
Tiiko. F. DAVlliaoN, Tnoa. A. Jos si.
RaleiKB. Ja. o. MARTia, Aarcvuie,
JJAVID80N. MAKTINOtJONBS, -Attorncya
and Counsellors at Law,
AahrvlMp. N. C.
Will nraitlcr In the 1 1th and I'-ith Judicial
Ulatrlcta, and in the Suiireme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Fnlrrnl CourU ol the
Weitern Uiatrict of North Carolina.
Refer to Dank of Aahcville.
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, ancdficatlona and catinmtea fnr-
nished. All work In my line conlrnctcl for,
and no chnruea for drnwinaa on
Urlrrnim when rimireil.
OIHce: No. 12 Hendry llloek. North Court
. 111- Kl ( b.i1Uil1 v
J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice In the city and .urroundlng
office at W. P. Blunton & Co.'a atnhle, 76
South Main atrcct. aprl
K. H. REKV88. P.O. 8. I II. K. SMITH, 0. D..
Urn. Reeves) St Smith.
Is Connally Building, over Mrdwnod's Store,
T.th mraetrd without nnin. with the new
anwathctlc, and all cnnea of Irrcgulnrity eor.
RAMSAY, II. II. H..
In Kumanl llulldlng Untrnncca,
Avenue nnd Main Klrevt.
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VM. R. PENNIMAN,
ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AataCTlltc, N. C.
P. O. Boat I.
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ALL MODBKN IM PKOVKM UNTS.
PIR8. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. Sill Haywood Htrvct.
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CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIt
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co,
eonanLTiNOCHSHiaTANU yiaiHO hnoinrkss.
Analyses of Metals. Orea, Coal or Coka, Min
eral ' .........
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION,
Mlnlna nroperty Inveatlaatad, developed,
bnna-ht and aold.
Sara plea can lis aent by mnll or aaprraa.
tent by eiprcaa, chnrgra must h prepnld
Ajtenta wanted In every place.
rB. It C. WOLTCHKCK.
tlfflHGER TO LIFE 0r
1 in" CHILD
JR CO. ATLANTA r
Burn In tny Limp without dsnqer ol
Expioding or taking pre. see mat you
gat th gesulmj, for sl by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASTRAL 1 Hill
ASIIBVILLB, N. C.
INTO A RIVER
Fluuges an Eugtoe ami a Crowded
Coach at Oakland, t'al.
An Open Drawbridge the Cause
of the Disaster.
The llrlitge Tender lays Ma Warning Wn
Set In Time Oonduoto Eallinntue the
Number In the Cu Between Thirty and
Thlrty-Flva, Mae of Whom Lo.t Tkalr
Livea Stories of Survivor..
Ban Francbog, Jnue 8. An accident
fearfully destructive of life occurred
Friday afternoon at tbe open drawbridife
over 8nn Antonio oreek, at Webster
street, Oakland. The yacht Jnauita had
lust nnawd the draw, and before the
keener could close it a passenger train
pproucbed on its way to Alameda.
I lie etiinneer saw we open umw mm
reversed his engine. But he was too
lato and the engine and first car full of
passengers plunged into the water be
neath. The couplings breaking left the
remainder of tha train on the bridge.
The second car, however, ran about a
., , ' u i. -j.!..-
third of the way over the bridge and
topped with a concumion romt
break open its front end and throw
mnnv niiKsenarurs Into tbe water,
The engine went to the bottom of the
river with the first car. but the latter
rose nrmin and such of the nassengers
escaped drowning while submerged
were picked up oy tne yaciiw anu omtw
that almost immediately gathered to the
There ware from thirtv to thirty-nv
nennle in the car and Conductor Rerath
eHtimated that more than half were
Thirteen Bodies Recovered,
Friday night the bodies of thirteen
bad been recovered and taken to tbe
,,. - i,inHH,.tion
Worgue for ii entintaiion.
James Dunlap, the bridge tender, says
the red flng of warning was set at the
time, and he supposes tne engineer did
not see it on account of the curve in tha
road. . .
The conductor saw some nalf-dozen
people swim away from the car, and
there is the testimony of several who
blindly groped their way out of tha
door and windows, by which means it
wan believed some of tbe women and
children in the car escaped.
The fdentlflrd Dvad.
All the bodies recovered from the
Oakland disaster have been identified.
It is believed that no more lives were
lost, but oarties are still at the wreck
searching the bed of the creek. The
correct list of the victims is as follows:
Cant. T. Dwyer, of Sacramento.
F. R. Irwin, of Oakland.
H. S. Austin, of bun Francisco.
Florence Austin, of San Francisco.
Katie Kearns, of San Francisco.
Nellie Kearns, of San Francisco.
H. S. Anld. of Honolulu.
Matthias Williams, of San Francisco.
E. R. Robinson, of San I raucisco.
Miss Bryan O'Connor, of San Fran
Martin 8. Kellv. or Snn Jjrnnelseo.
Lingi Maletuata and his sou, Allillio,
of ban r rauclHco,
Among the saved from the first car
were Capt. M. f. ttouerta, uiamoce,
Mrs. S. H. Roberts, and her two daugtv
ters. The cantam and his relatives oc
cupied seats in the forward car, and
wnen tne accident ocenrrea were tne
first to be submerged. Tbe car parted
from the train as it wont off the bridge.
and on sinking tit bottom nf tbe bay
the coupliug connecting it with the ten
der broke and that end rose to the sur
face. The first thing the captain real.
ixed was that he was floating nnder the
cur ventilators with one of Uie children.
EUie. clinging to his neck, and Mrs. Rob
erts and Iter elder daughter struggling
in the water. Realizing his danger, he
called upon them to follow, and plunged
through Hhi car door, which was sul-
nicrKeu. t;u tvitnlng to uie suriace no
found a bunt, to which be and the other
dung until swistanoe arrived and they
were taken snnore.
Mis Marv Austin, daughter of Henry
8. Austin, of Austiu, and Phelji waa
saved, but her father and her sister
Floraiice were drowned. Miss Austin
states that she was sitting on left side of
the car which plunged into the water.
ust one seat abend of tnone occupied oy
er fal ier and sister. When tbe crastt
came she clung to her sister Florence
until the water tore them apart Every
one seemed to 1st tryiug to get on top of
the car. One of the male passenger
broke a window with his fist, and Mia
Afistin asm she succeeded in gutting
through somehow. When rescued ana
was ticurlv nnoonscitraa.
Tha n ixirt that the engineer and fire
man went down with the wreck is con
tradicted by an acquaintance of both
men, wbo claim to nave seen inera.
John Williams, a resident of Alameda.
says that he talked with the engineer
and n reman in Ainiueiia, a mue iruui
thA scene nf the accident They had
told him when the engine had gon over
the end of tile trestle, tliey lumped inn
the water and climbed nrinn tbe pile to
the wharf. The crowd that had gather-
1 a.1 were iiuuiifesUv bostll to tne men.
i anti the etttriiieHr bays mat wntm
hewa climbing njam the w hart
ttSMiyiH1! i""' w ...... '
the water. Fearing violence both men
said the v had raft sway. Neither the
engineer nor fireman could be found at
their home muay nigut.
TWA8 ONLY A SCARE
Tbe Itanorted Attempt ta De.troy tbe
navniarkat Mnnumant, I'hleasa.
Ciiii AOo. June 8. The chief of police
u a i,r.,ttv thoroiitfhlv oonvinced that
no atteini was niaus to oiuw uu w.
tlnvmarket monument, but Uiai the
m,h,,lM tliimr was intended as a big snare.
A t,rivutH watchman has con f eased to
ii.Lt irs,li 1 1, ut he saw a fuse on the
bane of the monument anu extmgtusneu
it There was no can of dytianilte near
itUien. His duty ta to watch buildings
around the suuore. It is also proved
i,.t fnsa cant be out out by the rain,
li iu oiaiiiuni una one was. auu u tne
f uso hail Iss-n attached to the can of dr-
namite tho explosion would certainly
. i it..
Pinrian. .Tune SL FrailK IkUlin, tne
wealthy real eslnte dealer who. with his
family, waa mysteriously polsnmsl by
arwnic last Thursday night, d i.tl at :.
o'clis k Katurday morning. I Ills iiibki-
the second death as tne result oi i-.u
... l...n lM Kt, Htm. nnknown per- I
ion. The rest of the family are said to
bo in a fair way toward recovery.
iIMFMB r.ntlPT BUSINESS.
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Ion., of the Important Onaallon. Paaaad
Itpon llurlna the Tana Just Kndsd.
Washinoton. June 8. The most
sxriKing r nature 01 tne wnra 01 inn an-
premit imurt of the United Hlates dtirliig
the term ended last Friday was the large
number and variety of cases involving a
construction nf the Interstate common
clause of th Federal conslllullon. An
other feature wns the large and increaa-
ing number of halwas corpus cases Inv
fore the conrt. Indeed, this latter class
nf oases came before the court with su. n
.,w,i,wv Hint Jnstlia Miller. In an
opinion on tine of the last days of th
term, was moved to remark with, dry
sarcasm that the caxe was another on
of the freqnent instance of lute in
which it wan sought on all aorta of pre
texts to mane tne saprem oonn nam
upon ever)- motion for a writ of habeas
corpus that could be devised by counsel.
The work or tne court during th
term show an increaae in tha number
of cases disposed of as compared with
trevious terms, though the court still
eaves the docket a little more in ar
rears than It was the term before. Tha
opinions delivered during the term have
been of more tnau usual general im
portance, and mrny of them will here
after lie weighty authorities in future
litigation. The appellate docket of tha
ootu't at the close of the term exhibits
an imri'iise of thirty-one cases in the
nnitther left mmisposed of, as compared
with thti docket at toe close of the
At the close of the October term. 1888.
there remained undisposed of on the ap
pellate docket 1,118 cintm. There wera
docketed dnring the 1WJ term 489 cases.
making the total numlier of cases before
the court, l.fiX, of which 400 were dis
posed of. or forty-three more than dur
ing the previous term. In addition to
this numlier there were eleven cases on
the original docket disposed of. or five
more than at the 1H8H term. Eighteen
cases, which nave been arguea or sub
mitted to Hie court by counsel, go over
until next term without decisions Hav
ing lieen ndered upon them by the
court. Not more than a dor-en opinions.
court, ioi more limn siioboii iiiiiiiuub. i
howewr wiu nerwssary to dispose of
an tl,ese iww. under advisement, as in
several instances two or more case will
be decided bv one opinion.
The moot important cases decided
during the term are as follows: The
Iowa original package suit: the Granger
railroad commission cases from Minne
sota; the dressed beef cases from th
same state: the Moruarn church suit:
Virginia coupon cases: North Carolina
and Louisiana bond cases, involving the
the right of a citizen to sne bis own
state; a Pennsylvania case involving the
right or property owner to consequen
tial damages: several other suits involv
ing the question of the validity of state
license and tax luws in whit the prin-
cipal question was as to whether or not
there were interferences wun mterstare
commerce, and the Neaglu, Medley and
Kennnler habeas con m: cases.
The most iniixirtniit cases which go
over undecided until next term are suit
over fennsylvaniu and Kansas laws,
taxing the I'lillman l'alace Car com-
puny, over a rventucky aiaime taxing
Bxi.ii-N. ronuaimm u..u .m. .-.j,.
Diuw in-iii v'."mw. I
PRIDE OF THE NAVY.
Tha Flaa-alilM Halllnmra la a Hneeeaa la
New Yobk, Jnne 8. Key West cor
respondence of May in is as follows:
Hear Admiral Ulieranll transferred
his Hair from the Dolnlun to the Haiti
more yestenlav. un leaving ine lonuer
he was salutel with thirteen guns as but
finir was hauled down, aud on the Dam
num) bv thirteen more as he stepped on
Ismrd, imd the two white stars on blue
floated from our miu-tliead. on board
the two vessels the usual honor were
The officers, in full drees, were on the
quarterdeck and the crew at their quar
ters. A ruirt of the usual functions.
such as inspecting thenew flagship, were
omitted, owing to the intense heat. To
Admiral Gherardi were presented all the
officers of the shin, lie talked with them
for a few moments and tben retired to
bis cabin to don a more comfortablesuit
of white. The whole ceremony did not
hist twenty minutes. The retreat wo
sounded from (inarters and the ship re
sumed her wonted aspect
The more we familiarize ourselves
with tlie wonderful gun platform the
more we are delighted. A graceful
craft at sen. of racing speed, carrying a
heavy laittery alio answers very require
ment' of a cruiser. Running down from
Rnl! more, we came nnder half power,
and even then did not iiiiikenll the steam
she could with the two Is.ilein. One
morning we poshed her a little and
luirm-l neurit- thirteen knots.
hit iiiiiterns we lino a inmn 01 sen
u-liii-li winild have made tlie Kearsago
or Galena dance, but the llaltiniore paid
no more ntuntion to it than to an even'
big broes off Uie laud. FnrtlHT down,
Is low Jcniter inlet, we had stane nasty
sipmlls, the rain fairly ielliiig us, aud as
we were running close to the reefs, if
we had not had commence in our coin'
passes we should have quickly beaded
out . .
In all these verncls or steel the com'
passes require very careful compensa
tion. As yet they are uot coiiieiojated
in any way, but Uie deviation on each
nnllll is lasen nt vverv uiiiioriuuov, nuu
the admiral has promised to give the
navigator an opportunity outside before
we start norllu The entrance to Key
V.t liurlsir ia verv narrow over the
reefs nnd a little shallow for a ship
drawing twenty-three feet, but w came
It was a pretty slgbt to see ner leave
her anchorage among Uie fleet and drop
down through a very narniw channel
to the dock fia: poai. tapt Bcbley him
self Usik the deck and to the profes
sional eve it waa a treat to see him turn
this Iniio craft iu almiait her own
length, twisting and edging until she
was fnirlv pointed and then backing
d.ium ami lavins Iter alongside the
wharf in a manner so masterful mat a
Long Island sound steamer captain
imva i.nvii-d and rememWred it
We leave to-day for fort Koyai onu
thuiiov for more noriiieriypona.
American. It. Miilnn tllva i
llrnrv SI. Stanley.
LoHMiN. June 2. In polnt.of ityl
and amariness, a Britisher call It. th
American dinner to Stanley Friday
niirlit ia not to lai compared with din
ners to minister l'ia-ii ami t-ousui
Waller. It lacked everything but tho
enthusiasm. Alsuit Hon Americans liv
luif in London were present. Henry
W. I'.lleollili uriinnaieii lllll llllllirr. io-
ildes tlio Aiiiei icatis there were HW r.n-
ii bv Duke Hiitherland
to,...i..v ,.ii',um mi tlia exneilition
w,,r, Kroitail about bliu at tne central
tiililt. . ,.
to w of tho banquet hall wer
aovereil with coabvof-arms of every
aiuin In Hie t'nliSL Koch one was
ay,,.u1 u-th liot i uriiisii ai u ararninn
colors, t 'imsitl ( lonnral New was In the
cimtr ,,,ie a speech, during which
he presented rtlnnley wit li a large Amer-
irn flag olid a Illiiglilllceiil silver siiieiii,
I engraved wlln lilsionc mtniiT ia
i . ., ,. ,i... i-u i'..ii
H j,,,,,,- r,.,,lion.
fi. Hln.iuir.r Pane made an extra-
oriiilmrv M, ,, in winch he olwrved
. ,f . .... m,i risl feilnr-
, . , ( ll(.ll( u,r iimttal niatea.
ever came aliout. the Prince of Wabji
would be notuiuntixl president. AU
Aiiiiirii'uiiswniil,! laiulad tovotuforllilll.
Slimlev anld nothing ill his sis'eeh illH'llt
Am.rlen au'niit Ibal he left there ill IW7.
iUOSl Ol I IS llllll' wan Iliarii up .
Kallsbiirv-s slaw. Il III the house trf
1....1. i n.l li found a thnnmnhlv
rniiislvy audiimc. He was hoaxtUy
A DAM BURSTS.
ACIII for lb Inhabitant, of Oasr
Df-.NVKR, Col. 1 Jnne 8. News has
reac bed here of the bunding of Ui
reservoir nine mile alxive (luiiulson
early ou Wednesday morning. The ac
cident was cniised by the breaking of
the diainago pipe. Indications of
break wasuidicwl jevwaMnys Srjo,
men were Kepi mere to watcn and
strengthen the weak places as
muuii as doss uie. wnen ine nreas
came they hastened to Gunnison to in
form the inhabitant of the danger, Tha
reservoir waa five miles long by about a
and a half miles wide, and about twenty
feet deep. The people dressed them
selves, seized wnat tney coum oarry,
and driving and leading their animals.
rushed to a place of safety Just in tun
to escape tne torrent wnicn swept fences.
bridges and every moveable object before
it, The destruction of property will be
very great, and there are fears that live
may be lost at uurutiiaiiDurg.
STRUCK AT A CROSSING.
Two Woman and Two Cnildna KUlad
Wenr Marlon. Ind.
Marion. Ind., Jan 8. Friday, as
Mrs, O. J. Stone and two children and
Mrs. Poe Wiinmer were crossing the
Pan-Handle track at the Joneslioro pike
in a buggy, they saw the Chicago, St.
Louis and Pittsburg express running at
the rate of sixty miles an hour and only
loo feet awav bearing aown upon uieui.
There was only time for a winte, hor
rified glance, a scream, the whistle gave
a piercing shriek, the niun looking
ahead sprang to the throttle, reversed
1.1 ! . "a . t,i f
iue engine ami tuiiicu ius iiu v ownv,
faint and sick, and tbe crash came. All
were instantly killed. Mrs. Stone was
carried on the nilut a Quarter of a mile:
her neck was broken. All Were fear-
Bnttle With Hone Thlrvea.
Austin, Tex,, June 8. A sheriff
posse and a gang of horse thieves had a
terrific encounter twenty-three miles
above Austin, in tbe mountains, late
Thursday afternoon, in which one of
the thieves, George Makernson, was
killed, aud his brother Frank captured,
Six years ago George hild up Rev. Dr.
Suioot aud robbed him ol his gold
watch. As he took the watch he exam
ined it carefully, and. noticing that it
was engraved, he returned it, saying he
did not rob preachers, tin robbed Dr,
Smoot's coniiiauioiis, however. Three
days after, he was raptured and was
tried, convicted and sentenced to tne
penitentiary for twenty years. Four
weeks ago, upon petition of the county
officers, prison officials and the gentle
men whom he had robbed, Uie governor
Murdered Hl Kmploycr.
Litti.k RfxlC, Ark., June 8. Q. A.
McMiUeni one of the WBIllthieat and
moBj ,,rminMit mill men in Arkansas,
u-mji iminlerHd ill Lincoln miinrv hr
John llcmlle, nn overseer, who bud
lieen reprimanded for neglect of duty.
Ilefore roiiiinltnng tne deed nervine in
vited the null hands to attend his hang
ing. He crept up lsdiind his victim in a
strip of woods and emptied both barrels
(it a suoTguu into uu oacK. uervuie
Ottawa, June 8. Profeaor Wiggin
gays that Ibily mar be shaken to its
very renter ny earinqiiaKiv tne present
summer. The eartuiinke in Armenia
three days ago was caused by the same
force that shook up Queen Charlotte
Island. Tlie planets were nearly the
same position in A. D. "U. when Pom-
lien was overwhelmed by asnes and
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lava from Vesuvius.
Cattrell In llnndnraa.
jACKftoirvil.i.R. Fla...Iune 2. A Cedar
Keys' special to The Tinios-Uiiion says:
The revenue cutter McLane sailed from
that uort on Thursdav night. Tlie fugi
tive. Cottrcll. is siiid lo have been heard
from in IIimduraM. Kverythingis quiet
nnd there is very little excitement over
the approaching election to choose a suc
cessor to loltreii.
Bt If. Bsrrlaon'a flratrs Uveorated.
Kinokton, Jumuica, June 2. The
grave of Robert M. Harrison, brother of
William Henry Harrison, ninth presi-
deutof the I nited tjtntes, wn ilis-oraUtl
Memorial Day by resident American.
It. M. Harrison was for thirty years
I Tiiit.il States consul at .liiliiuica. Ills
tomb was ret-toml from ruin recently by
IN THE STATION HOUSE.
A Huppoanl f'raay fir nan Talk, or Ilia
Peupla -A Hanihllna Mory,
Atlanta, (la., June 8. There la at
tho station house a young Herman, a
native of Austria, who is unable to speak
English. lie talked freely lo an inter
linger, telling him that bin inline is Al
Lert Kent, and that he baa been in this
country sum months, having visited
several of the priuciisU cities in the
north and west. He claims In have got
len into trouble aliout a woman in Cin
cinnati. and waa threatened hr a mob,
but eacniasl. mining to A I Ian ta. He oImi
claims 1 1 have a wife In I 'inciiiunti, nnd
that her family is wealthy and aristo
cratic. Then again bv says his wife ia a
negro, lie nays he dime not have to
work for 11 living, tnnt ins isinnu are
rich. lleiliM'Iniins bring crazy, hut suys
he Is fstn shliig with hunger.
His ideiilily 1 a mystery, and he ap
pear In I uuimnuiceo. 11 111s siaie
ments are true, his case is a sad one, and
iMrhnia some friend or rclniive may
learn of his wherealsmls nnd come to
his rescue. Is the man crar.y I
C S. Alwnml, the Joart ialll, la Ilea.!.
Atlanta, (la.. June 3. (.'. H. Atwtasl
is no more. This unfortunate man was
business manager of The Kvcning ( 'npi-
tel. tiubll-hiil in this citv two or three
vnara nuo. hut which siisia'iidisl. Sir.
Atwissl was full of energy and push,
but after his imcr susiendeil he seemed
to grndiinlli le his reasoning faculties,
and in a short time wn declared Insane.
hut after a few month trenlmeiit at the
aavlum lie MS'incd to be nil right. He
toiik a trip to his old home, in ImnO iu
New Ijinilon, tonn. out soon n iurnen
lo Atlanta, when he engaged in the In-
mirance Isislnee. It was not long, how-
everi till he grew rapidly worse, and,
for a time, bin family tiled to keep linn
:il home, lull Ins malady hail taken such
a I rm hold, that the authorities had to
Mind him lo the Inuinc asylum, where he
has Is 1 conliiKil ever since. He leave,
a wife and daughter w ho live III llilacity
A Mllle Hoy's Hurrlhla Ihmln,
HiiiMixiiiiAw. Ala.. May 8. A little
-till,, lair nniiitsL Hamilton I'eace. onlv
M t ears obi. was run over and killed by
a (luniinv trnin on First avenue. The
hoy, it seems, was in the art of stepping
from one car to inn tuner, anu ininsiiu
his footing, fell under tbe train, and hi
laxly was hoiriiuy niangien.
The niilniiii' n iliil convention of tin
Indeiwiiilelil O .'i f ll'Nai lililh I III aei.
alon at Kk liinoiiu, a.
If arrow valve strhiga for hunnats are not
so Barrow a thay worn) Ihny rang from an
(nob, and s lis If I" two Inches in wuiui. ami
are Uad In king k and eisls,
Mv wile ha aulTrrrd for hflivn years
frmiicongrnllon mid )iiinful nirnstruil
il.,n Aiu-r iiainu tlirre Isitllt'S ol Hind'
fitld'a I'rmnle Regulator slie is now nblc
to do her house work nnd go where she
I. W. Davis.
Moravian Fulls, N. C
Write llrnilficld Ktgnhitor Compiiny.
Atlnntn, On., for particular. My uu
Write ! nnv of vour friend ill Minion,
N. C, ami nsk them whnt Mr. Joe Per
son' Remedy did for Mr. A. L. I mley.
TRIED TO MURDER HIM.
A Negro Man Ikenotilea Km-ag-art at Another
Nagro for Tabluf Ula riaee.
GnrFFiN. ()a.. June 8. Joe Dudley, a
negro man who was employed as watoh
mun at the quarry, loft his post and
came to town, where he spent some time
in frolicking around. During his ab
sence, the superintendent had occasion
to visit tne quarry, and muling uudley
gone, placed Henry Nesbit, uuother ne-
ro, in cliarge. w nen uudley returned
lesbit was on duty. Dudley was well
under the influence of whisky, and when
he found his place filled by Nesbit, ao-
oused bim of undermining huu to get his
job, and fired three shots at bim, but
neither of tnein took effect. Dudley
then left, saying he was going to get his
gun, come back and kill Nesbit, Nesbit
went to tne superintendent tor proti o
tion. who gave him a pistol. lie thuu
returned to his post, soon to be followed
by Dudley, who oame wlih a douhle
liar ruled gun. When within alsmt fifty
feet of him Nesbit called to him to halt,
but instead of doing so, Dudley fired on
uini again, when fiesolt returned ine
fire, hitting Dudley in the right thigh.
aliout four inches above the knew, break
ing his leg. After this Nesbit look Dud
ley's gun from him aud broke it iu tlirue
pieces over his bead. Dudley was then
removed to one of tne sbanties, wnere
his wound was dressed, and a phyaicau
sent for. Dudley may get well, but he
will not gut his job back lie uiuy gut
uuother one, however, later on.
AN OLD REFORMED CANNIBAL.
Be Seani. to be Iu Earuvat, and Tall, the
Colored People Many Tltlnga. .
FAnuiiTN. 0a.. June 8. An old man
wbo appears to lie 75 years old, and who
ha lived through shitting scenes aud
the vicissitudes thut come of uge and ex
perience, lins U-en lecturing to tlie ne
groes of this section. His name is John
Charvous, a Hindoo and formerly a can
nilul of the r'lji islands, lio lectured at
the negro Metliodiat church, his theme
being, AIi'ku and the history of the ne
gro race and their future. He told tbe
negroes that their raoe waa 11 lienor to
the C'nurniwiau race, quite as much so as
the Hindoo waa inferior to thorn. That
the people of the south were the best
friends tlie colored race had, aud would
do more for the advancement of their
condition than any other people in Uie
United Slates would do. Hut he argued
that the negro's would ultimately go to
Africa that iu time to come tliey would
prefer to return to the home of their na
tivity. Hcuuve the ueuroes gissl advice.
I'hnrvous claims to represent the church
of England, in this country. His home
Is In Uilculla, liiuiUMjbUui. nu dresses
in his native costume, unci is a wonder
Uoa the streets. Ho sfs-aks Kii-lib
very well, and says he t un speak nine
other Inngnngea. He is as dark us the
llexlcan. 111 d 1 well lasted on the his
tory of the United .Suites and England.
He has lectured in New Yolk, Massa
chusetts, IOiilsiiina, Texas and Aliiluiiuu.
He goes from here tot halluuiMjga, lciin.
NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS.
An Abnndnnre nf Italn, slid Crops era In
Rai.f.ioii. N. C Juno 2. The weekly
weather crop bidletiu of the state experi
ment station, for the pin-t wi ek, has just
lieen issiud. This reisirt shows thut a
decided excess 1 f ruin hua fallen, but
the normal condition,, ol temperature
nnd suih-liinu cxiMud during the week.
No damage is reiKiiled except from a
fewcouuliis where the oveil'.owing of
some of the streams damaged low land
crop. some. The veneral eliii't lias been
very favorable upon all cmiw. A com
parison of the condition ami progress nf
crop, during May, l! Jo. w ith lliccorrca-
simliiig perlisj lan( veer, snows nun 1111
M'nswn is not only furliicr ndvnncil tlii-
I'lir. nut mat the iimiliinni 01 iniuosi tin
croisi i-far UMter: so, that, w ith normal
Heather, tlie scumiii ol ik'.sj is imeiy 10
proven splendid 0110. The boatiesl rain
Inll la'curnil lit Llllnliertoll, KoU-miii
county, 8.08 Inches in one day. The
rnrmers are well up with their work,
Wluat and ouis couiicuu to improve.
('armors have ju.it liuiniied ip'.ling out
Tb most oortU rly aairwuy la the
worM ki tliittono inrw hollaing be
tween Sweden 11ml Norway. It run
from Lulca. a little ton ut the top
of tho (rulf of liotliiilu, to KlTegaard,
a fort oil tho Atluntio In the fiord of
Ofuten. The works aro fnquently
stopped on account of tho severity of
the climate, but it Is noirU that the
line wDl be oponod in IHfJl. It is
llritish cnterpri', tiwneil unci en
-.Irticted by llritish riipitnlisl.s.
Mother Do you allow Mr. Comoogatn to
kiai vou. Bortbal
uurtha Ho, ludiaxl. 1 aastirp you, mot nor,
lis khans dm only when be atai'U to leave.
Mother How many llmeadul b sutrtio
leave last night I
Bertha About flfteou Mine, I think. liar-
Thy talk I of dm a, and ha aaplulnad
Th. very latest wtyle era rat.
She pis-kerail up her Uw and Mid.
hli. kuew a Uatr uu tlnoi tli.k
Tom Maaa-a la CM Mar and intrnlahatL
The enll atock ol
Including line llrnnrhr, lliitlona nnd llrnce.
Keganllrsa of coat, aa wr InUnd In the future
lo keep nntlilug but Solid Uold and
Mtcrhng Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
mnulh Mnln Hi. Aaliovllle
OKHINANl'HH of the flljf of Ashrvlllc
-.I I Alnv MO. 1 MHO.
lie Itorilnliiril, 1 lie t It ahnll lie unlawful
I ,.uiiiv mhiiiitinn or iriuiof.mil tnboaing
for any prraon or is'ranns 10 nnim m nn
SilirrillU. Icniing, or nny mnn .tiiw,,h
aid orclllourUKe .inn elllinonn iit
.kill wlllilu the iiirporiilc limits of Iheclty
ol A.hevllle. any H'ihi vioiniiua mia .r
dmnniT .hull oil com li llon Ihetrol la- Snrd
not more limn nit v dollnrs. or Iniprlsumd
not mnr' Ihnn thirty ilavs, or liolh.
lie it orcliilnid, That (t shall lie unlawful
ftir nny iiersnn lo aland nny stnlllon or luck-n-afiirarrvlcr
within the corporate limit a ol
the ell vol A.hevllle. Any ieron vIolatiliK
thl. onllnan hall on ronvlctinn thereof be
ftned t -itiAMTo Mayor.
P. M, MILLBK, City Clerk.
The reason KAPAM'8
MICKOIIK KII.1.UK la
the most wonderful med
icine, it lici'uusc it has
never failed In any In
stance, no matter whnt
the iliavnae, from LHP
KOHY to the nini plot
iIimcuhc known tolhchu
The citiitiflc men of
tn-dny claim and
prove thut every Uli
Cautted by Microbes,
:RADAM'S MICROBE KILIER
Mv...M!nri..a hf MilTfllll'tt Hlld flriVCH UK'S
out of the avsu-ni. urn! when Hint la done
u.... ..an,,t i,,.v., ttn fu-lif or miMi. No mat
ter whul the dlat-aae, whether u slmiile cane
ol Alu arm fever or nimmiiuiiuu u.
enses, we cure them nil nt the name time, a
we treat all fllncnsva count tutiot uny.
s(inm Ciinsuimitimi. Cutanlu 'Iron
clntm, Klwuwiitisin, Kulncy unit uver
Disease. Chills itntl Fever, Female
Trini ties, m u l its lorws. ami, in luci,
vverv uiscuse knuwii to lac iiumun
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Rce that our Trnde-Mark l.umc aa above)
PIM'ar. on each jug.
Rend for book "History of the Microbe
Killer," given uwoy by
J. H. tiUANT, Pll. ti.,
Role Agent, AHhcvillc, N. C.
novl7dty In fri sun
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mllea South of Ashcvlllc. on A. & S. K. R.
Per Month 0 00
Per Week 13 00
erUav a 00
Dinner utid Tea Parties on oncday'anotice,
Tho. A. ?Iorrls., Prop.,
Ardcn. N. C.
ualaa nama and
price are alamp 1 on tha
tV. L UOU
bottom. If the dealer cannot aupply TOO,
end dirsot to faotory, ancloalna advaxtlaad
VV. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CINTLEMIN.
Vina Calf, n an r Laced Urala aad CtwaaV
moor Wiuen iroor. . . ,
leal 111 inn worm. r. n,,i'.,y
mm xi.-.MV .ft VVI.MKtVKfl HHO
Slioo H VNIt-SKvVKItWKJ.T MIOK.
f l.no I'OI.ICE AND f AKMK.KH; SllOB.
an kitka VAi.ru tXSJfiJ'USxi
h. .... . .a, . r. n . . , , 1
I1.70 1MB- O. """if
All uiaue la GotivreM. nullon aua Loa.
. , UIIIIIT VfllK aiinsr.B.
Tlaat Material. Beat Htyla. Bl '""
W. L. Uanialaa, uracauin, aiaaa. a mt
WEAVEH & MYERS.
New hiHinc. newly furnlithctl, H modern
improvement it, lnrt' roniiiH, itiod table.
Mic h. ui. c. c;ooik,
5? College St.
Ashcvlllc, N. C, April II, INHU.
The copnrtncrslilp heretofore ellln lie-
tween the underlined, under the linn nnme
of PUL.1.1AM it Cl Is thl. day dissolved by
mutual consent. The dclits due by aald Urn 1
will lie paid by Liiwrcncc l'ulliani, and the
ill-lit. due to anld linn will lw paid to bim,
mid tlie bu.lnc.a continued by him.
li. C. WAIilUtl.l..
To our patron, uf tlie pa.t :
I have thl. day sold my Interest and good
III In the Insurance bii.iiuas in Aahcville to
l.nwrrncr Piilllnin. who will continue the
ii,ini-aa. I hi'.ia'nk for him a continuance
nf vour nnlrniwiac.
n. c. wAiuiui.i..
nprl I il-ti"l
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aacnt lor Rerms Creek Woolen Mills.
A.hevllle. N, C
A aecnnil hnnd monry .nfe snd on pnlr
platform acalea. Bniiuire 01
" G. 8. COOPER,
KEIXY t BTRACHAN
S FATTUM AVBNUB.
And SweedUh Movemenui.
Alao Initrnctlon la Fhyalcal Cultura for
ladiea and children in etaaaes or private, by
Miaa Moble, of New York, at MISSIOH BQB
PtTAL. 9-10 a. in. 1-8 p. m. Calls er in-
qulrlea by mall anawered promptly.
(Formerly of Lyman tc CUM),
Loan, securely placed at 8 per cent.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation the very best thl moon-
tain country can afford. Terras reasonable
napoaallilc to make them. Billiard, pool,
howling alley, ball room, mnalc, etc.
If. a. miles, m. p.,
English and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenoe.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(For many yeara Aaaodate Principal of Mt.
Aaai.tcd by a corisi of compentent teachers.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKSMITHINQ.
Tniherlllvna of A.hevllle and vicinity I
wmilal nnniiuilce thnt nt mv ahopa onCoUeat
atreet, next lo Woodhury'a .table., I am bet
ter prepared than ever to 00 worn m my iina.
WnKn, lluggiea and Carriagei 1 manufact
ured. Kcnuiring and horar-ahoelng nr ape
cialtiea. nnd perfect aatl.leloo jruariuiteed.
My w orkmen are experienced sad akiUntlaaa
I my charge, arc moderate.
FOR JS ALE.
At a hnrgnin, 4 or S Milk Cows. Apply be
tween 'J and 3 o'clock at
ISO CbsrlotU Street.
ReRi.tcrcd Jcracy Bull for service. Price
3.00, guaranteed. may dtf
B. F. P. BRIGHT,
MFE AND ACCIDENT WSURAXCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Apply to u during the Incoming week to
I rent the Rock (Juarry oa the opposiU aid
of the river, near the Iron bridge, aad th
NINB TliNBMUNT HOU8B8
I near by. A good rock man can get a oar-
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Ily virtue of a deed of truat executed to BM
n the Sllst day of August, 1S8B, by J. A.
Uruinmond nnd Flora L. Drummoad, ai
wife, to aecure the payment of tha anm of
lilaht liniHirrn anu neveniy-ee uwi.
nnd Thlrtv-Three Centa, bearing mtareat at
lr rent, from aald date, 1 will oner for .ale
to the hlaheat bidder for caah, at the court
limine door In the city of A.hevllle, oa th
14th dny of June, IKbll, a certain plec or
rami nrinnd.altuated on Vallev atrart la the
city of A.hevllle, particularly deecHbfdha
anlil decll 01 tm.t, reKi.tareo in xna aca1-1
Olllce in Book s and on paia.
UUMUND B. NORVBLL,
Bdltor A.hevllle Cltlarni
That our many friend, may know kow w
are getting oa w will tatt that w too ss
In Hotel and Store
$9,000 In Five Wcclxe).
Took In last Saturday ov.r 70O. $78 of
thst waa hotel, balance .tor. Hot! rtghv
tend 30 that day. Had S.000 arrival, la
S month.. Our abxk la mammot aw
lona and tB feet wide. Tall th balance of
the world lo come and e "Ola cnea" .moe,
and buy good of u. and .nva 10 to 911 per
novts dtf ). . CHBnBSTBsi at sow.
nasruia from th naei of yoatbfal artarajarry
a ay, waatlna waakmaa, leat maax , aa. 1 m
lumlsra for koaw asra P-." sal, j
,t :rt tl I
esasaalwara, .aiaia aa a m rw
m. av m n . p. iias ,
ssssa Va 1 VQ'mf&tJ6&&rtM 1
aovB datw ly