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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TIIU1SDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1890.
THE IM FLAG
IJborally Displayed at the Un
veiling of the Lee Monument.
Ex-Confederates Marched Un
der the Stars and Stripes.
The Star Spangled Banner Much Mora
Conspicuous Than ths Country Ha
Daen led to Suppose Of Court Mia
Confederate King Wu There, Ilut Hot
aa an Kmlilnm of 111. loyalty,
Wahiiiniito:, June 4. Among the
corrcspondenta nnd Republican visitors
who lutve roturued from Kiclunond, the
evidence is conunrrent and conclusive
that the Union flag was much mow
Ci'iirlly displayed tlmn the country
Has been led to suppose. I he (Jonfedcr
ate rtiHjdny wim conspicuous enough,
though much of it was nntural, and
much of it doubtless free from disloy.
alty. But it was not a bud an has beru
. . . .
wiaeiy representee., a now appeal
from tue oral testimony or many radical
JKcpuullcun witnesses who visited Uictt
A Undloal Man's Views.
One of thf most judical correspond
ents in j asiiuigtoii, who went as
strongly prejudiced against the cnntein
tilafo'd demonstration as one oould well
1a', says tins upon bis return:
"Tiliire lliis lhH.il itllli'h MVior r,irntti-m
concerning tlm display of Confederate
nags at juiimioiiil. it Is true the Uon.
tcdernto battle-Hag wan conspicuous
uinmginmr me city, tmt tne American
nag the flag of the Union was like
wise ewcywlinro. l he stare and bars.
the oflMal flag of the Confederacy, was
seldom seen. 1 saw hundreds of houses
decorated solely with the Union flag,
but ii majority of the decorations all
over the city included both the Union
Hag and the Confederate battle-llair.
The Mississippi veterans in the parade
Carried the stnrs and stripes at the head
u iiieir uoiuiim, anil mey were cueereu
as heartily and as often as any others.
We ioxuu also carried It in their line.
"It was tno.--t natural that the 4d vet
erans who followed the misfortune of
the Confederacy for four years should
bom ciinr tne memories or the twiner
under which they fought, mid thev mav
l pardoned for the display of their old
Ixlttle-tkur uisjn such nil m-msion. lint
they did not daunt it in any spirit of dis
loyalty, lint rather with reverence for
tho sad memories associated with it.
Those who fought for the Confederacy
are Cow entliuriastic Unionists, with the
exception ot an occasional crazy old
fanatic like Uoscror Jiilml Karly, who
will tsevor Im reconstructed in this
world. 11m old soldiers are less enthu
siastic over the Confislerate flag than
some of the young men and women
born since tlm war. The young pen do
Were occasionally driuoiistaitivc con
cerning tlie fl;ijr, and it was a young
man who placed tlie ( 'on federate colors
iu the hand of the Washington statue.
"Having putt on,' ai-ide all professions
of ciiii-ideraiioti for the Confederate
flag, the old s-ldiers of the Confederacy
Leed yet to teach some of the younger
t'em rate n that one ling the Union
stain and stripe is enough for all. Imth
north and south. The gathering at
HichiiMinl was probably the last great
reunion of tlie ex-l'otileiloracv, and the
old -oldiers tlienvclws concedi- tliat the
Confeilerale ting has lss-n displayed
told him it was such young upstarts as
he, who were not born when the war
broke nnt, that kept op the strife be
tween the sections. A small bov 0 or 6
years old stood near in at the stand
waving the United States flag and join
ing lustily in the 'rebel yell,' while on the
uoor step near ty was a little girl snout
the same ge, clad in a complete suit of
nags, waving a flag and ioininir iu the
These specimens of testimony are fair
illustrations of the conversation of the
more radical Republicans who have re
turned from the Lee nuveilimr. Thuv
show that in the one point of ignoring
the stars and strtnes the eurlv disnatches
from Richmond madu the situaiion
worse thau it really was.
DUEL IN A CEMETERY.
ltlval Lovers Fight Ov.r an Uvausvllle
IIhIIo tine Wonude.il.
Louisvilij!. Jane 4. The Courier-
At 10:40 o'clock Sunday night St.
Louis cemetery, dark and gloomv. was
the scene of the iirst duel fought in Ken
tucky for a long time. The participunti
were Thomas Overby, an advertising
Igent, who has lieen here only a few
montlis, and Charles Sanders, a travel.
Ing man for an Evansville, Ind.. cloth
ing house. Sanders was engaged to
be married to Miss Emma Zeiier. a
handsome young lady of Evunsvifls,
who is now visiting in this citv.
Upon coming here to see the yonng
lady Sanders discovered that (vrliv
had supplanted him in her airections. A
luarref was followed Inr a flulit in
Which Samlers was worste.
The men afterwards met at the AIht.
ander hotel and resumed their HifHr nltv
and finally ilecided to settle the affair ac
cording to the code. lverliy was repre
sented by Frank Lnttrall, a' voting man
who lives in ImrianatHilis. while a trav-
I'ling man from Cincinnati named Harry
Thomas aetil for Hauders,
Acconyianied by a medical student
named James White, who acted as sur
geon, and a reporter of The Courier
Journal, the nartv secured cnrriiiu-twuml
drove to the su'hurlis. The principals
took their positions, armed with itt-cali-
bro Smith & Wessou revolvers, twenty
It was too dark to see thennti plainlv,
exci-pt at a close distauce, but they lsith
dislifnved irre:if pouIii.miu TU .'.,.,1.1
took their reflective isitions. after ar
ranging that the tirinir shoiiM 1
wueu Liiree nau neon couutisl,
"Une. two. thns "
As the last munlier was pulleil l.v tli
Iihysician who did the poiimiinr a Wnva
of lire tlai-hed from the muzzle of lsith
pjsUils. UiTore one couM see whether
or not either man was wounded four
more riMKirW nlnir ont. and Sunders
stugjieriH up to the tomlwtoiie near him
On the, ClorliH ot the Provincial
Bank of Ireland.
Can't Wed Until Tholr Salary Is
150 Per Year.
Sash Is th nHint tvnrrii ot the )lrl
ora Tlwlr Karnlnxa aIHui Ovn ci ;o,
iirnoa lha Tnnglinau Knull.h Churcli
Men Alarmxl at ths Dlwi.lubll.lom M
Come to tho loacng Dry
Goods Houso whore you will
nlwnysfind n good utock of
Dry Goods ti se?t from.
. . . . " -
Consisting of BriUiantini's.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger if epot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
hums,. Lawns, MiislitiH, Ta
Dwirca of tha nirorlura of tha rrovlnclat U1U Jilllt'Ii. lOWC'IS, .V(!., Un'
London, .Tune 4.-The recent decree everything ill tilt' Pry Goods i5tfc t?J!!&
of the dim tors of the Provincial lwnk "lc "nt w'th.fl! .torck
An endless vnriory of 1'ar- new ic r 1,000, namcer nutJ9
of Ireland, that none of their clerks is
to marry until his salary reaches 150
per year, oontlnues to create cousiderv
ble oomiiii'iit, owing in a great measure
to the fact that the possible maximum
of a Imnk clerk's salary is only 180 in asols from tho fhcaiiest to
most cases, and the new rule mav be 1
viewed as one t i enforce celibacy. One
We claim that thcac liang'TS are ctwapcr
thnn any oth.r;ar dttacbahlc, and any
numlwrcan be ufd per Insure a mil-
form barn o( tobso'Oi mors tobacco can t
cunil per bam ; tnharco Imnss lwttcr prices ;
rot hrulaeistnlk Is not lured,
jour storekeeper or
Ij them send to us. t.
viMii mi uniir, iir icuuiia Kill t,, s
of tlie Proviucial liank clerks and
wonld-be benedict, who had out of his
190 per year, saved .V) with a view to
marriage, has lieen obliged to break his
engagement, owing to the decree, be
cause there is no symptom of increased
ray, though the bridegrisim expectant
nas i wen eignteen years in the service.
A prominent Dublin attorner now
comes forward and offers to institute)
proceeding nguinst the liank for dam-
agi1 tor the yonng lady in nnestion,
nnd claims that he can make out a good
ca agatnt the concern. The outcome
of the suit is nnxionsly awaited by many
other clerks in" a similar predic-nment.
i lie rule seems to ue nam. mougn this
is not the first bank to enforce such an
AR0USINS MUCH ALARM.
Ave have the variety and
disposit ion to sell at a low
HOSTIC DUOS. WRIGHT.
No. 11 N. Court Square.
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'6 CO,
HouHton, Halifax County, Va.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
irr 1 " " ',l.':f,vlVf. fi.n"-- ...
a ariU b l" .,-,'"). .'1'";'iV'-:j, ,
a ai'.'. . . .s . room on nrtt nour. Bhv .
sh ftoville -allro.o .iiinhon.
0ien daily, eiccpt Sundays, from 10 a.
until 1 p. m., and 4 until n n.
and snpisirted himself by its cold sidtw.
Dr. lute hastilv examined him. mM
found that one bullet had ielietrat'd
his right brea'd; near the ton of tin.
shoulder, another hud made a slight
ie.ii wouiiii in ins leri nnn.
lie hail fired two shots wliila nr-nrliv
had hreI thnw. The mairs wounds
were i!titwm1 ss ipiickly as iKwsllile, and
he was placed in his carriage ami taken
to j Alliany, Ind.. where he took
tlie irt train for his home, in Ev.ms.
I he other narticiiuintx in (lie
ultatr Have all left the citv. Sunders'
woiiii.is are T: t conslilereil fatal.
REV. SAM SMALL
Tha Marenirnt fr t'hurrh Iilsstabllsh
mnt In Kiiffland.
The movement f,,r church disestab
lishment is arousing much alarm among
church men. The Earl of Sellmme, a
staunch npholder uf the establishment,
says that the movement mnst lie regani
ed as within the region of nrnctipnl
politics, and to he guarded against the
more vigilantly for that reason. He pro
tests against the r-rotswed disestablish.
ment of the Church of Scotland on the
ground that the act of nn on with Scot.
land, also maintains the established
church in that coimtrv. The En-
..11U ..I..-. : I' ..... ,
s" r i-isieiiiiy greauv i nurr ii inn nrri I
aroused to what thev regard as a neril I- S-U N E-T H I R D D F F I-l -!1 lleninnlng at T a. m.
lire raising luiiua
Krcnntlts of cost, as we Intend in the future
ue icrma or suimTtptiun are: ( ine year
S3; 6 miw f 1.110; S mm., ft ; t mo., socta.
daily 9 eta.
The entire stock ol
imlmlinc line llronchcs. Ilultona nnd llrnee-
OIBeers fur IHOO Presidrnl. Chnrlrs W
Woulaey; Vlcc Pr.11i.lrnt. Thos. A. Junes; Mec.
nnd Treasurer, D. 8. Watson : Lllirarinn, Miss
U. J. Hutch.
mum a nublir oi c.ision fir the last tiniu.
If the Hiclniiotid ileiuonstrntion may lie
aoecptiil as'signiflcaut. there is no win'"
for alarm, for diiloyalty iu the south,
with exception that may Ih termed soli
tury, lias disajiiieahsl forever."
Colonel linn. rovoiinr Talk.
Oil. lJan. t4rosvunor. whose unadul
terated U nlicaiisi'u, lsith iu a iiiilitarr
und a political si iim', is well known, and
who made a close oliservation of tlie
whole ilumoiistratioti in Hichiuoud, rid
ing over the wlude city on the day of
the unveiling, p-plicd as follows to nn
iiniuil'V as to the aigs und the situation
"In compliance wjth j-onr piTsoniil in-
Jniry as to the situation of allairs at
iichmond and the incidents of the occa
sion of tlie unveiling of the Leo statue,
lhavetosaytli.it 1 was in tlie south
from Wednesday evening to Saturday
evening, except during the day, Friday,
Memorial Day, I was absent ut lVtern
lurg. "I saw, heard nnd conversed. I saw
tls- defunct I'onfederacy in the saddle
und on f'sit. I saw all that one could
sis, and I trsik curefnl note of aH I saw.
Tho dis'orotions throughout the city
were elal orate and benutifnl. Thoii
, sands of privnto rasldeticm were hand
somely diforntcd. .Many house, noted
lv tho former nidencosof Men. Lee and
JclT. Davis, while they wero handsome
y drcorafeil with bright colored bunt
ing, showed no signs of a United States
flag. Jn fact a Very largo proportion of
tne decorations consist lit ot nil, white,
blue, yellow and black bunting, with
tri-color d shii his and devices of various
kiuds. As to the question of the differ
ent descriptions of ilags displayed, I
should say that, taken togeiber, the
state emblems nnd Confederate Ilags of
various kiinls largely prcdomtnalud. As
to the ntlllllNT of tilled States 'flagi
disphiyisl, 1 should say that the United
States ting largely predominatiil in num
bers. Then-were tint few of the buttle
nags of the Cimfoileriicy displayed
among inn ni'coriiiions. nmi thev were
very luird to get hold of, as I tried for
two days to capture one, and come away
"There were but few United States
flags in the priK'Ossion. I do not think
there wen- to exceed five or six in the
whole procession, and they were all car
ried by the statu tnsiiis, one by the
Mississippi Killes, one by a South Can-
n na regiment ami one liy a Maryland
regiment. All the old veterans carried
their old Ilags of the days of 'til to Oi).
It hapN-ned that (ten. Lnitgstrect's Car
riage stooped immediately iu front of
the hUiiiI where 1 was alsitit an hour
while the veterans were passing, 1
crossed the street with one or two other
Union soldiers and shook hands with
him, and was pleased to see that the old
general had a small United States flag
pinnod on his coat brwant The scene
was very nlfcctlng. Many of the old
veterans broke ranks and shook hands
with Longstreet, and not infrequently
they would actually embrace him, and
ven wept on his neck.
"A typical (Anifedcrnt cavalryman
passed with a sinall Confislerate battle
flag, and waving it in his hnud he
shouted enthusiastically 'Farewell for
ever to the star spangled banner'
"Ail ex-t.'onliileriiU) one-legged soldier
from Sonth Carolina asked me how I
liked their demonstration. I milled
very much except the displaying of the
Confedorntn flag: that I thought there
ought to lie hut one Hag shown on any
occasion in this country, and that tha
United States flag. He answered that
he thimght so Usi, nnd further expressed
the opinion that the occasion then In
question wnnld aroliably lie the last
tune tljnt the Confederate flag would lie
displayed iu public im Kiis country.
J oat at that time young autui less than
W yeas of age stopow p and said:
No, ft Is.BOt, It win be kept up and
nn furled as tuna; as the country stands.'
"Therre Wt two old ea-Oonfederatee
prasffa, who snjtn) the eonversation.
And both rebated fit yonng nas ana !
.Vcci jil. the rn-aldenry of a Methodist
I'lllveralty In I'tah
Atlanta, (la., June 4. Rain Small is
the central figure in nnother sensation
which stirs up all Atlanta. This is his
acceptance of the presidency of a Meth
odist college at Ogden, Utah. The an
iioiinceuieni oi rnis new step comes in a
telegram from the Rev. Sam himself, an
it is authentic. Just before this, his
latest stiisarion, was the announcement
'i ins cntiiimacy ror tne Icirwlnture.
lmniedintely after that was made ha
went to ( igiien to conduct revival serv
ices, joining was hsartl fnau him un.
til Sunday, when a telegram announc
ing his presidency of the new Methodist
university was hs eivod. This is eounlwl
with thf announcement that SihhII will
stick to .MotlWHlisiii, and will nttiliate
wuu ine iNortnnrn .Metluslist clinreh.
The most surprised ncnile here are Ulsh-
u'tini. oi uie r.i'im:oiai eimn'n.
...! 11..- 1 1. t & .
win x.-.. unpj((B .u. K UllftlVIl, OI Ot,
rmiip s cHitrcii.
Several months ngo Mr. Small an
nounced his intention of going into the
r.piscopal ministry. His wife is n lueiii-ls-r
of that I'hiirch. but he went into the
Mellnslist church at first because it gave
him liettiT opsirtnnities for evnngelistio
to their interests, and
for the defense of the church,
Tlie l.ndon Tailors' I'nlon.
The London tailors' nnion now has a
luemiHirship or over loo.non jonmpvmen
and has or'iied its doom to tlionsainls
or under hands, not, strictly speaking;
tradesmen, who are joyfully availing
themselves of the omsirtiinitv of
elating themselves with the more skilled
men in their craft. This action is taken
in view or the pr..lbility of a strike.
Women's l.ihrrat Federation.
It is thu nurmsn of the Women's T.ltw
ernl federation to memorialize Mr.
Oladstone on the sn Vjcct of the franchise
mr women. I he memorial will ask Mr.
Gladstone to include in the progrnm of
issue to lie pri'Soiited at the next gen
eral pnriuuiieninry election a provision
for the grunting of the franchise to
to kit i nnthlnx hut Solid C.ilil and
Slrrlins Kllvcr Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
a aatajBiai n.
South malu St. Aahcville.
C'itircns nnd visitors arc cordiully Inelled
to insiect the eataloatie and Inscrilie thelt
names as memhers lan.lodtf
Street Car Schedule.
Buding lo.oo p.
Cur lenves Hiiuare for all points on the
hour, and twenty aud forty minutes there
Schedule ears connect at Square.
Train car and baavage car meet event
train. One Tallse allowed each nasaenscr.
nnminge trnnsirrrcd from all points In the
city tor 25 cents.
THH A8HBVILI.H 8TWBBT By. CO.
A modern fimt cIh hote.
F.lct lrif Itell fn cverv riMiiti. Oicu
room, lunch I'onnter. civnr nnr new i
tncMtriYt iHm pfiMi riuurevrry au Tninnu
ao minute for mml. '
RATK8, $J.O PKR OAV. .
A. G. If ALI.YHURTON.Prop.
J. H. IIKVAN nnd WAI.TI K CkCKN, CIrkM.
ROUND KNOB 'HOTEL,
McDowell f ount), M. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEV'LLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short dlstnnre from the font of the Pinnacle of the Blue Nidus, tram which balsamic
hreeies are constantly blowing. The scenery Is plituriue, walks wild and varied, and
water pure and abundant. -
LITIIIA WATliK A FBW STIil'H FROM FRONT POOR.
Hl.HCTHIC I1HI.L8 AND OATH RK)M!V
MPKCIAI. RATKH OIVEN TO FAMIMKa.
Opens June int. For Tertun, addrcaa
J. B1TL.OW' I'.RWIN, Proprietor.
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, tint we are Here to Sell Gooda and are
Going; to Sell Tliem.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
rrenth FKIiarnien's Trnnhleaw
Paris. Anne I. -A bill has lii il.
posited tn tha chamber of deputies,
backed by the iiiviiiIhts of tiiiain-e.
marina and comtnerca. extending fbn
fishinir lmrnttv nviit..in until .!., IMIit
The preamble ot the bill complains of
ine aggravation and UiniclllMes to which
Freach fishermen are subjected by tlm
restrictions of the Newfoundland miv-
eminent. M. Delonde will offer an
amendment that the bill ought to Is-
rrameii ui sncn langnage as to compel
Kewfonndhind to iuiwiI Iia ..tw
mens entered into between Kngland and VitO OU1' fl'ilMldri 1111(1 till' Iul-
Nsw house, newly furninhrd. all mmlcrn
J. . liliOVYX. I Improvements, large rooms, good table.
MRS. M. C. GOODK,
53 College At.
Anheville, N. C, April 11, 1HM.
The copnrtnershlp heretofore existing be.
tween the undcraiimed. under the Arm name
of I'tll.l.lAM Ik CO., is this daydlsanlved by
mutual consent. The debu dne by said Arm
will he paid by t.swrence Pulllsm. and the
AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLtlR'S OLD STAND debts due to said rm will be paid tn him.
und the liuninrss continued by him.
We niv now rendy, nnd in-
Th psrsrhutist Holla lins been drowned
lie generally to cull nnd vs.
The Frrnrh rhainls-r has Axod ten liniira minimi run- u i.ll kiid.wli.l mw.L-
...k.u.i. i. .i.i,.. ... ... " ' " ' "
w mr .,1,1.1 ,,fr .ui-o i .inn.v iniNir.
inmiietterops.rtnnitiesforevnnge istio ri.ti.iV k "'",,"":"; "i
work. He had deteruifn.sl to go lnto CllkI',hW,vrof Crete, to report
the Kpiscopnl church, however, and till "nstantlpla.
LAWRBNCH I't l.LIAM.
II. C. W AIIIIIilX.
To our iMitrons of the past :
I have this day sold my Interest and good
will in the Insurance business In Asheville to
l.swrrncc I'ulllam, who will continue the
busimsa. I bespeak fur him a continuance
of your patronage.
t). C WAIIllHI.I.
arrangements had Isien made for his or-
ilination on .iiinu ID. He was rxjiectcd
em s in .Miiiiiia on inn null ot June.
Ills telegram from Ogden was the first
intimation tney nail of a change of tmr
More Telegraph In His Nmilh.
Cincinnati. June 4.-The Postal Teln.
gratih cotiiTinuv has nis-neil a new south.
ern ditrtot with headiiiarlers in this
city. Tlm district is to cover Ihio, West
Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, and
v . i. . apron nas neon made stisrin-
leiioeiii, mho is Ilio oniv one or tin
four stales in w hich thu comiany has
done business heretofore. New lines are
lieing limit to Imisville, Nn-hville,
Kuoxville. Atlanta and Macon. Oil. At
tue latter siiii iiu-y will connect with
eastern lilies that am now being built
i nun tne aikiiiiic coast,
A l.nd's Ann Torn From lis IWhrt.
Nkw Yohk, June 4. C njamin Ilur-
man, a lad less than 7 years of age, had
his left arm torn from his Issly at his
home, g, fjist Thinl street, Whili
fiwlmg a pet canary he fell from the
top of a sleHliMlder out of a three-story
window mid was Impaled In an iron
picket of the fence in front of the area-
way. 1 lie iron ran through tlm arm.
close tin to the shoulder, and the weight
of his fsxly tore the mangled metiils-r
irotn its place unit left it hamr inr. oniv.
ering anil bleisling, form the picket.
LotinriN, June . There antienrs to be
great sss'iilal ion in some of the slmriw
of Kentucky and Tennessee land coin-
panics. It is now reisirtetl that. In soma
casus, ilmres have risen so rapidly that
iney nrinT irom -- mi ut nou ner cent, pre
mium. The London (Kngland) Econo
mist tins warned speculators that tha
operations are overdone, and nave tha
prices, inflated as thev are, are liable to
take a downward tendency.
lie virtue of a deed of tru.t esreutrd to tn
on the lst dny uf Auaust. 1SHH, by I. A.
Ummmond and Flora L.. brnmmond. hi.
wife, to arvnre the payment of the sum of
mum iinnumi ana neventy-eevrn Holism
I III I'I'tllL- llir jii imi niouer lorcash.at thecoart
X. mil I KIKIII house door In the city of Asheville, on the
We have Htraw Hals 1 cent to no cents each. Splendid line of Hhors entailer" thnn an
ather house ace them. Nine and Ten tfuurUr Shirting liy tlie ease. Prints, ulnahama.
ace., Ice., at any price yon would nsk them. Some all 811k Dress Ooods IB cents per yard.
Would say more but this will convince yon.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. IIOWKI.L. MaaaiiTn.
At old stand. 1st door Ih'Iow I'enniman Ac Co.'s Hardware Store
the lf.ading '
v WINE . AND LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM,
j. a. HAsui Aanr. .'.,, I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. R. C
MUSIC HOUSE TALK
I KNOW Tluit nny mml niny write foiMnliilouen, pritrM
mid teniiH to tho innmifiictin'ci's and itiuhiV
Iiouhch of the country ;
I KNOW That the STK1NWAY PIANO m tho mknowl.
edfi;ed Stundurd of the world, and thut-1 have
t he agency for it.
I KNOW That I have OrcaiiH and PinnoH continiinllv in
Ktock to plenHe all bona fide imrnhanors.
Which we are off.Thiffntiwk p
. I percent, from snld date, I will oner for aa
Telephone, day 73, night Co
BLAIR & BROWN.
snld deed of trust, registered in the Kegiaur'a I
l IU n B II u un npn ,l
KIlMUND II. MURVBLL,
Atshnrgnin, orS Milk Cows.
tween il and a o'clock at
I BO Charlotte Street.
Keslslercd Jersey Hull for service. I'rliT
f.1 mi. irunrnnlced. mays dtf
ATLANTIC COAbT link
(m and after this rint th. rntin..i..
r, .J . "Trr -"iumina invision."
No. AS Leaves Columlda 8 an n. in.
at t hnrldoo u an p. m.
No. Hit U-aves Charleston T.10 a. ni.
arrives nt I'niumiiia ll.AAa. m.
t onnectloif with imlm tn mA iw..
t" -"". .nnrnnie, vninmhln ft All
I KNOW- That I nm anxions to lenw everybody with
my priceH nnd all
C. FALKe, 33 North Win t
KIUHMUND & DANVILLE R. R. CO. PATTTTf.?! TtetZJt&LS?'.
rla am alaanesd I
Westers North Csrollna Division.
I'ASSIINIlKN TRAIN HCIIIIIMII.lt
IIS KSKMCT hliir.'h ".'II
70111 Merldlnu lime used whi n nol olhirwlsr
bottom. If th
ana airaat le
niorriinni in nisesiniillsn tha Kn. I - -
gllsh church is raising alarm among the Jj U It 1 1 U R K.
EnirlUli IiIiipdv irhn b m mI.I-. I.. I -f
, rl " w ini.111. iiioiii. iir
Ilvrr Hiirnienlng. who wss enirnnwt in
" " oiiiri"ii,iiiirni lor lllHlllllg I
ths Duke of Paxc-Coliurg, hss been re- bOtlOIIl pl'ICCH
innsisi aner serving nair or Ills sentence. ... .. th dny of June. ihuo. a certsln piece or r i ot- i xi . . . .
Bona. Ilulgsrla. has lsren vMteil hv .11 BPeClIU t'lltlU'e. II H tit 1?"?' !nVa-? v" " '" n the 1 OiV lo Ultlb YOU kIVB IllH u tl'llll
evrlone which wwekari .h. ,t Z.S I "'. SL J,"."I,V r l " '
n he city, with great loss of life. The tended dny OI' flight.
eleven, and the casualties sniont the oitl
Mis was grent. Injuar to tha batata
anioiiins io e.Ri,iR.i.
The csar lias written a letter to hla
relative, thf Queen of Denmark, In which
hepmmlseaa thnmuuh liiinilrv Inm Hi.
Silwiisn srsndnls, and hmvy punishment
for such ollli lnls as msy have iise esnw
slve severity. Me prntnlses also to Instruct
his mliil-tcrs to prepare rnrasiirns nf
A young weaver. Alfred Tarter, haa
written Queen Victoria a letter full of pity
for hsr forlorn condition, nnd kindly offer
ing to marry her. Tha hnnsehnld police
pnunred nn him, and wanted the msgls
trst,as ciiHtiiuiiiry. to send him to a luna
tic asylum, hut tha magistrate didn't taka
that view of the matter. He turned the
young man over to his father.
A dispatch from Berne to Tha Times
say. that several of th Nihilists Intel.
srrmted al I'nrls were expelled a year aim
rmm rwisa territory, anil that tlieytook
with thrill a number of hnmlis. Tha
Hwlss governiiieut lufornnxl the French
authoiHies of I his fact at ths time. The
Isiinlis were not, however, very forinlila
lile. Dsnipskl. one of the man arrvsteii. Is
msmlwr of the Terrorist faction, lis Is
Duke Georire. of Russia, the esar'a
brother, aunndnlliusl even Paris on
Wednesday night. Overloaded with wins
he and another Russian noble witnessed
the notorious Hiisanne dance the can -can
I No. A I
"Kichmnnd, ami'ini ft'iaamf
lists nnd C'oluinlils A Ureenvlllc Ksllrooda.
I. P svc4i n . 'ilsi tlen. Pass. Aai
Malrlsh. I Oftmn I T jioam
1 Ooldaburo. i. a loom I annum
Wilmington I n iMlpinj
"T.vsinliarM, 1 1 3 aficml i. ilium
Waahlugtin' "lopml nn.luui
HfllHniorr, 1 Nr,opm H tf anm
I'hlla., ' II aopin : io4Tnm
New York ' cifoim' t aoum
V. SSTSOI SK
TXkE"J9"JrL New ttylm.
TYLER inVlf. TTf WfP AAmnmm- . .
sa. IpMUl INMM.U, C.UIof.. br 1SW ... nJ7.
nun aMNR COUNTERS.
1. Mlm M- A . . m wm I . VllSMIlf MlktHlMiSlHL IHhMklU.
induced bar to ride in a limuuhnm. and "llvHEOeX Alton U.K. itrrtrriSi' i0''! ""i t-m. u
Psnvill. Tobarae Market.
then wanted her to perforin tinder the
resiill or her screams all parties were ar
rested. The UuiiiauolT has bled blui from
I TTLIB DESK CO.,
T. LOUIS, MO., U.I A, I
price miil for May sales of leaf tobacco
was the Inig.'st for any month in the
fast ei;ht tears. Hales for May were
M)..1Hil iHiui:t a falling off of nearly a
million (Hiuiiiis as cntnisirad with last
yar. Mnlea from Octolsrto June 1st.
were 1lt.UI l.ir". mtinds an increase over
the snnip pi ri'sl as compared with last
yearoi v,nn.nn hhiiius,
KAI.mim. N. C Last winter t wns
snllcriug very much Irom Indigestion nnd
general ilrliility, with n hrokrn-down
system, followed with chronic dvsrnterv.
I tried one bottle of Mrs. Jos Person's
Kiniedy, nnd found so much relief nnd
improvement I continued its use until
I used the seventh bottle, which restored
me to prnect nenitn. and I am now as
pabthht kohtu to
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST)
Asheville to Kansas City In ST hours.
Aahevllle Iu lienvi-r In ni honra.
A.hrville In a.n framSa-n. i' .lirnrwi. mA
Portland. I Irr Bon, In B dsvs.
Holld Vefllhulril Train. HI. I.oiila to k! n.
. ni. iinina rnnir fi.r lire.
For full Information call un or write to
The Memorial Vnlum.. hv If.. Ii. Willi.
lonea, II. II., with Iheapproval olMrs. Ha via.
Is now ready. Agent, are coining money
handling int. honk. It la authentic, charm
uK ' '!,u",1 rrontaely aad eiprnslvrly
aaieoi every copy.
worm nouara. c omplete onint
Lv New Vorit i I'J I. "mini 4lliin
" I'hlla.. I 7'Jonnil nn7ini
." rlnltlmiin', I Ii l.-lioiil ll.'lonin
w n.hlnwilil 1 1 uitim 1 1 1 out. in
l.ynelilmru.l n0nnl .toTinn
Miihiiionil, I aoilimi i ii Siiam f
Hsnvlllr. raQim" woanni I
Willi. Ingt'n no. ism I
noldalinro, I unopm floopm
Hnlrigh. I 4ll.mi I (Hliini
HsIlaliurvT Tltl'innmil I oftnmi
Ar. Aahevlllr, I 7 SlUnm UJpm
a.notville, I I
luoth mer, I 1 1 il tttnni I M SMnni
No. 1 A a. a. u. n.
nou am l.v. Hot Si.rlnsa. Arr
RinamArr A.hrville. Arr
lOIIV ailllAr. Mendrraonvill.. '
12 411 pml " . Rpnrtiiahurg, Lv.
M o p m
Timi p m
HOT p m
8 40 p m
B. A. Newland,
.. . IHstrtet Psaaenirer Agent,
Nn, III I'atton Ave,, A.hrville. N.C
I. CHAKLTON. 0. P. A., Chicago, III
A Mlsslaslppl Lynrhlng.
TtATTiKsni K(l, Miss., June 8. A neirro
Bamal fliMirire fllevanann iIIwiiiiImI .m
outrage on a widow laily, Mrs. Dearman, sound as a silverdolinr. W. R.Jomuan,
fow mlliw norili of this plnce. He was I -
caphircsl, onrt, nrier wmparlng the Tlie Russell Manufacturing company,
tracks made hy him. Mid milling them 1st Oranite Falls, has completed the
1 MT PHI HIT-, TD VITIIirnnrU. ' A WO mPffl I hll llllMtf fnr fnrlnst sirisia. I Iu J
started will, him to Augusta to put him from the OltWShl
In jail, end ahout eigl.t or nine miles Ut up, though the machinery has ve Tlo
from there, at dark, about forte man i..1. tl." l..i " " J It
. . . . i oi . ii.i i m uuainrsa ui ine enmrainv
ovenoos tnem ana tone the netrm and I : l. . l l.. j 1 i..." .V I
hung hiro to a tree. Ino Idinn ' KE,-LV WHACMAN,
ma rsi iun sii.ua
il WnulUully bound in every -
ot the great anhlret. Mni. !
purl of the prorerd. of the! " 10 a
lon I di lsy liny, are
i.rnclion gunranterd or money rrFunilrd.
H I'. JOHNSON At CO.,
aiino-a--oa Main at.. i.ii.j tl.
Z MtiKPllV IlKANCH.
No. IS I Itiallyeirent Sundsv
amil.T. A.hrville. ' Ar,
ftTiSDmi" nivalin 1'llv. o
0A pml " WealSrld,' l.v.
f a .10 p m
I I r.n p ro
W4A s m
I n HI am
Having nualllled a. administrator on th
I Jamas Hslley. ar , on the 10th day
, 1KIIO. notice la hereby given to all
No.. AO anil Al. Iullnn.. ui i.-...."
OreraalM.ro and Mnrrl.town
NiM.Auand A3 Pullman BulTet Hterplng
C tr"h' i.Trel0 .M "miffs and Washington.
A.hrville is Ureskfaat Station for No, 0.
Hickory I. '"V? 1 , ga;
W. A. WINni'BN. II. P A,
Alaa.llL. tut IS
JA. L. TAVMIR.O. H. A.. w'
waanington. il, il. . ., ,
Person. Indebted to Ihe a.l.l l.nw. n.n..
sr., to make ImmcillaOr u.mhii ua ..i.j
i j i. jt . . 1 menu sad all person, having claim, against
platform .,. of " " " ,be7,r;"rth; aiTk "ITZir? ?Z A i!. "I""1 ''r P"P--?" haul
V, B. fJOUPKR. thl. autle. will Is. ptead I. raw of tlsrir S.:..s"." ZLSSL D" "
vovcrj , i mi Hnq am
ncrniar buboi Bwauy na.
satorr, en.lsaiaaj aatvsells.4
7. L. DOUGLAO
$3 SHOE e.NA0A...
Vine Oair. nam Lasad Urala aavt Orssnk
,7a nifVN M'hiHit aut
CVisgi aa. nastoa aaai I aia
S3 & $2 SHOES lSOm.
1.78 mhopj ms Miasm.
,,r v.risolr" fr pwhm' ,v .tP:p?r"o7
U m rt?wiv 1 MI""!' !!" Just oat and Bow
' C,DV ?PT' I " eak at tea ones of tha Cmsaa rmuu
Administrator. 1 ma on,
i Nn. a Mortal Coarv aajaan, flaaj.t
Apply to as during the Incoming week to
rent the Koch Quarry oa the opposite elds
of the river, ncsr the Iroe bridge, and the
NIN8 THNKMIINT HOUHK
nearby. A good rock man eaa gvt a bar
gala. NATT" ATKINSON ft SON.