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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN; FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 0, 1890.
Hsture should be
Insisted In the
.spring to throw off
lth heaviness of
I dreuUUon of tbo
!V I V..LI .
Hoes it to well, to
9BDIBIIS prompt orsossfely
'VrninU. - K. gwift'i Brnclfia.
I bar used 8. S. B. for a number of
yesr. end consider It the beat tonic aw
blood remedy that I ever used. In far
. I would not attempt to enter upon c
pring or summer in thia climate with
out It. B. MT. Count a,
Of Coleman. Ferguson A Co.,
' iW City, Fa.
Our book on BloO'l and Skin Dtsoasat
8 wwt Braonno Co.. Atlanta, Gs,
oct'SSdotwly ' '"
A. 8. GRAHAM,
Office OmJ, H. Lw'. Store, Sooth Mala
" With gee SOc.
Pilling with silver or aroalin....SOc. to75c.
' " gold...... (.00 and upward.
Bet of teeth .S.00.
Beat Mt of teeth ......S.OO.
No better made, no matter what 70a pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, PC. C.
Will practice In the 10th and 13th Judicial
Districts of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court and the Pcdernl Court of the
Western District of North Carolina.
DR. B. F. ARRINGTON.
Office rooms on Patton avenue, over the
clothing store of C. D. Blanton a Co.
Residence corner of Wooden and Locust
Special attention riven to treatment of dis
eased gums, and all diseases pertaining to
the dental structure.
Thso. P. Datidsoh, Thos. A. Jonas,
Raleigh. Jan. O. Msbtih, AskcTille.
QAVIDSON, MARTIN a JONB8,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
A.hrville, N. C.
'Will practice in the 1 1th and 13th Judicial
Districts, and in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal' Courts of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aahcvtlle. dtsel
J A. TBNNBNT,
' Architect and Contractor.
Plans, snedncatlons and estimates fur
nished. All work la my line contracted for,
and no charges for drawings on contracts
References when deeded.
OIHcc! No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
Square, A.heville, N. C. fcblDdly
J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice ta the city and surrounding
Office at W. P. Blanton a Co.'s stable, T6
South Main street. aprl
a. h. mm, n.o.s. r. k. smith, d.d.s.
Dra. Rccrc Smith.
la Connelly Building, over Redwood's Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with thenew
rth estraeted without pain, with tn
the tic, and ail cases of irregularity
4. . IcblSd
In Barnard nulldlng Botrancee, Patton
Avenue and Mala Street,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AahcTlllc, M. C
r.o. box r.
NBW HOUBBI NBWLV PURN18HBD
ALL MODBRN IMPROVBMBNTB,
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. Sll Haywood Street.
TMB LAROBST AND IIHKT HUl'll'I'HU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
CONSULTinO CIISMIST AND HIKINO SXOINSSSS.
Analyses of Metals, Ores, Coal or Coke, Mla
eral Waters, Fertilisers, etc.
PRICa LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Investigated, developed,
bought and sold.
(-onMnnnrlene. anHctted. '
Samples can be sent by mall or .sprees. II
sent oy esprese, cnenrcs sun oe prepou,.
Ageats wanted m .very place.
DR. H.C. WOLTCRBCK,
aovS dfcwtv Manager,
ABSOLUTELY SAFR I
Burn In say Lama without danger of
Expledlnf ortskrna fire, taathat yea
..a a . sr.- ..a. a.
BALTORE UNITED OIL CO.,
.1 1 1 ASNBVILLB, M. C.
TO PREVENT STRIKES
A Scheme OonooQtod by the Lon
don Chamber of Commeroe,
A "OOUOIUATIOIf COMMITTEE"
Labor and Capital Initially llopre
seuted aixl Mutual Hallafhotlon
Guarantied Large Numbers ol
German Tailors Take the Places
of Strikers st Glasgow.
London, June 4. Th( London cham
ber of commerce is maturing a scheme
which It ia expected will reduce the
number of strikes In S groat measure,
and ultimately abolish thou altogt'ther.
The plan. contemplates the formation
of a "conciliation committee," half of
which is to be composed of employes
engaged in the various trade and half
of master rniployers representing the
leading industries. This oomuilttoo it is
proponed to divide Into twolve groups
for purposes of convenience, and any
dispute Incapable of settlement by one
of these HulwUviaions is to be referred to
the full committee. The plan meets
with the favor of the trades' unions and
the masters and it is not likuly that any
difficulty will be experienced in obtain
ing the untmiiliued oonseut of both to
abide by the ttnal decision of the oora
niittee. Importing- Uorman Tailors.
London, June 4. The recent strikes
among the tailors of London and the
probability that there may be another
at an early ditto have induced the master
tailors of Qliwgow to import a nuinlier
of workmen under contract from Uer
many. Eight of the Urgent tailoring
establishments in Ularigow have furmed'
syndicate with the object of overcom
ing any strike that mnyocenr. One
hundred men have already been en
gaged at Hamburg usder contract
binding them to work steadily for one
year at s weekly stipend of Hi! shillings
($7. .Ml). The syndicate pays their ex
penses to OUagow and guarantees that
work shall be hfty-four hours per week.
It is exported that many more will he
imported and it is quite likely that the
movement will extend to Loudon,
Voluntary Increase of Wn.
London, June 4. Guinness Brewing
company has unexpectedly added a
shilling a week to the wages to each ol
its emuloves. snDoleineutinir the an
nouncement that the prosperity of the
company's business justifies its sharing
the increase of profit with the men who
nave contnuuteu to it oy tneir inuusiry
Hud fidelity. Their increase of wages,
iiutde quite unexpectedly and without
solicitation, will add the sum of 7,0011
a year to the coiuwny's pay roll and
incalculably increase its popularity as
well as that of its products with the
Ocrmau Auaruhinis lu London.
London. June 4. It is stated here
that the government at ilerliu would
eagerly welcome some actkiu on the part
of England with re gurd to the German
Anarcnists who have made their home
in the north of Loudon similar to that
taken by the French government in
csusuig the arrest of NihilifU in Paris,
but it is doubtful if England will ever
take any sucu course.
Not Omolally Inspired.
RurHMtLM. JmiH . The Indeuendent
Dtdge, unuor the impression that the
Umtea status government opposes pro
tection iu the Congo stute because that
iiawr's artieles on the subject were re
garded by the American government as
having been uOicially iiiaiiired, expluiiu
tnat uie opinions exprossea in tne ani
cles were its own.
Afalnst the Poblluans Endowment.
London. June 4. Arranuementa are
proceeding for tlie demonstration to be
held in Hyde park on June 1 against the
oouieuhu'ion for publicans or me "pub
licans' endowment and pension bill, ' as
it is now called. A whole army of
members or puraanient will speak ana
numerous public bodies have siguihed
their intention to be present.
The Ladles Cajole Gladstone.
London, Jane 4. It is the purptne of
the Women's Liberal Federation to uie
moriidize Ht. Gladstone on the subject
of thefrnneuise for women, ine me
morial will ask Mr. Gladstone to in
clude in the programme of issues to be
ureaeiited at tue next general uurlia-
wetttury election provision for the
grunting o( tue trancuise to women.
The Lose of the Krln.
London, June 4. The inquiry now in
progress by the board of trade into the
loss 01 ine iiniiumu nun ihwiwjii
is being pursued in too direction of us-
oertainunr whether the vessel was not
overloaded. The belief that tnia was
the case has long been entertained in
Herbert Bismarck. Hupprenaed.
Hkui.in. June 4. The eiuueror has in
formed i'rmce liisuiarck tliat if he does
not at once ceaso his utterances on po
litical aiiairs and otner umlters ndatiug
to his retirement with which the press
lias been tilled of late the result will be
serious to him.
Sofia, June 4. The sentence of Capt
Kalubnkolf, of the Bnssiau army, wno
as a coKimspirator with Maj. i'liuilsa,
was ounuemued to nine years imprisou
ment baa been commuted to banish
ment. Chaklr Called lor Ulsolpllne.
L'anka, Crete, June 4. X'he Turkish
government has ordered Chitkir lasuu,
governor of Crete, to report at Constan
tinople. Vexutlons of Love and Law.
Maw YuKK, Juue 4. lu the court of
common pleas, general term, the judg
ment of 1.1,000 wuich Mix Clara Tot-
..I.ui.....l u.r..tul fSuMllld t4 Itiul
VBU VWHUIVU -B'""". " "
for breach of promise, was reversed and
A new trial oruerou. aiiv irmviNM
.m..h.1 "1 MUu 1 1 that tllM MVllltilUUl
(lUWI.I v. .. - - " "
as to Mr. Head's flnancial reeouroes was
not suiuueutiy uouciusire,
Ws AitaliiHt Chicago lleef.
Pittsbjiuj. June 4. The National
Butchers association is prtsparing to
make a last desiierate ettort to rut itaeii
of Chicago droHsetl beef incubus. The
move in progress has for its object the
consolidation ot the various butchers'
organisations and all agricultural in
terests, including the Farmers' alliance.
Judgment Rendered by the Penn.
srlvanl Hiipreme Court.
HaRRisBimo, June 4. The supreme
court of Pennsylvania began its session
for the middle dlntrlut in this city. The
full bench was present. Including Chief
Justice Psxson and Justices Green,
Clark, Williams, Mitchell, MeCoUum
tlnon HHseinbliiig of the court the fol
lowing opinions were hau led dowut
Frederick Grolhe's apiwul, York county,
decree n'versed: Miirr's apiieal, Lan
caster, afllnnedi Srpeal of the 'county
of Lrwerne from the decree of common
pleas of Lucerne, affirmed; Common
wealth vs. Allen, rotter county)
affirmed; Whitby vs. Dulfy, Lancaster,
affirmed; Gantutn vs. Potts, Lancaster,
affirmed; McKse rs. Susquehanna Mu
tual Fire Insurance company, Lancas
ter, judgment affirmed: Esbensliade'a
appeal, Lsueusteg, affirmed; Isaao
Gaines vs. Brakerhnff, et al., Clearfield,
decree ailiniufd; Commonwealth Vs.
Jams N. Edwards and William B. Far
rell, Luzerne, judgment reversed and
appellant discharged from his reoogni-
Thomas E. VanDyke vs. Eleanor Van
Dyke, Philadelphia, decree reversed;
Comuiw 'iilth ex rl. vs. William P.
James, Luzerne, affirmed; Bmeich vs.
Herbht, Vork, affirmed; Zerfoss' appeal,
Laiiciistir, atllrmed; Black vs. Hchaefer,
Lancaster, affirmed; Commonwealth vs.
Kneezcl, Lanciister, attirmed; Kneezel's
appeal, uuasiie.l: IDrd's appeal, Lan
caster, nlnriiied: Building and Loan as
sociation vs. Hull, Lancaster, affirmed;
Radclill vs. Herbst, York, order af
firmed; King vs. Friek, York, alllrmed;
Holand'H appi'al, Lmicastcr, decree af
firmed; Mayer vs. lt.io,ules, Lancaster,
Hftirnieil: , pr'al of ritoner et al Lan
caster, dorree ailiriui'il; Peck's appeal,
Potter, reveriwd; htor.ul'elU's ajiiwul,
Lauraster, attirmed: t'inr company vs.
Fink et al., tipped (nnu Luncaster,
order for reargiiuient: appi'iil of John
son, Buck & Co., order for ruargument.
THE READING CONDUCTORS.
The Company Wauls Them to Re
sign IVoni the Urol berlKMMl.
Philadklfiiia, June 4. The Rending
railroad has notified all of its conductors
who arc nieniliers of the Brothonliood of
Conductors to resign or quit the service
of the company.
The order has caused somo surprise
and a uninler of the conductors are dis
satisfied. It is believed that the (lead
ing issued the order liecnusu it is op
posed to lalior organizations, and ls
onuse the Brothortiood of Conductors
(Refilled recently to strike out the clause
in 4k'it tonstitntion which pi evented it
rrcMn striking. Formerly there was an
iinti-strikiiig clnuso in the constitution
end when the con luetors decided to
strike it out the Heading odi -ials ob
jected. Assistant .Superintendent Bon
xruio says ihat many of th conductors
have promised to leave the brotherhood
mid some have already resigned It is
believed that tlie trouble will be ami
The Lutheran Ministerliim.
BRTni.l'.MKM, Pa., June 4. The ses
sion of the Lutheran ininisteriuiii was
resumed in Saleu Lutheran church
with a large att-ndance and much in
terest was nuiiiifested in the proceed
ings. The statistical report was adopted
and the comuiittee continued. The
coiumilttt on miuisteriid session re
ported the following clergy for admis
sion to the synod and tliey were re
ceived: Itev. J. D. Roth, of Indiana
srnod; Rev. Charles W. Jelferis, of
Pittsburg synod; Rev. A. M. Waber, of
New York uiiniMterinm; Rev. J. Fish
bnrn. of East Penn-vlwuim synod; Rev.
E. H umaoian. of tlie Uorman s)-nod of
Iowa: Itev. Louis Novomesky, of the
Lutheran church of Hungary; and Rev.
J. N. WcUler, of Pittsburg synod.
Morris Park Rare.
New York, Juue 4. The races re
sulted ss follows: -
Kiivt rnco. Hi miles -Eon, 1: Nliwxra,
(tyiisy Qllestl, S. Tllno. l.'iS.
HtHnii 1 rnoo, 1 mile ('lure-niton. 1: Dr. Ilel
mulh, Klii.Kbrlilxu, s. liiur, l.UW-
'llilnl rain, H mile -M.iry Hiuiir.l; ifuM Dol
lar, Jlurllia Wnolil ikIimi. a. Time. n.(7Hh
r'tiuith race, fei mile i'laii-llne, 1; 1'rliH-iiia,
Kvuusellne, i Time. d. 4-
Klftn race, H mlle-t.'lvil bervlre, 1; KIU
Jain , S: Fiinlham. a. Tlmo, l.luH.
Hlxtli race. mile Arab, 1; Mnyrlan, X;
Peibsin, a Time. I.27H.
Kaees at Ilrlffhton.
Cosky Island, N. Y., Juue 4. The
races resulted as follows:
First mer. lull i.lltln Addle, 1; Pscstel
laftMHi'li'nl,:!, Time, IIIH.
1 rjeeuml r r , iiille uirvlsnr, 1; Lsocss
teK lml lrsiH li,:i, Time, UU.
1 hint rscu, H 111II0 Countess, 1; Francis 8,
t; lb iwnl, A. Time.asu.
Fnur h rare. H mill's Llitle Jim, 1; Kcpbr
ras. HhnUiver. X Time. I.M.
Flfili uu. I mils-King Crab. 1: Urack, k
Ree.are. 3. Tin.e, l.iX
HizUi raor, Hv"lUJaok Roes, t; Insignia
eolt, :eninur, .1. 'iims. i.inie.
Brvenlli r ice. H mile-Osarls,l Priucs Ed'
ward, Fausllna. i. Tims, I.IS.
MURDERED BY AN OP'ICED.
Vha Week mt a De.s.mss Clwraeter ek.
KOXTii.M, Tenn., June 4. Kews hss
in,. lui rMtuirixl kflra thnt Rod Lind
say, deputy United States luarsliul, shot
a distiller named Kilts, in Caniplwll
county, it is statea tarn i-uiiisay wnnivu
a gallon of whisky, and Kilts told him
that his license did not allow him to sell
leas than tea gallons. Lindsay abused
Kilts, and his Htlle 14-year-old boy threw
a rock at Lindsay. Lindsay tried to
shoot Kills, but tliose who were with
him took his pistols from hliu. Thepnrty
then left, end after they hsd gone about
a mile, Lindsay asked for his pistols, de
claring he would do no harm. Finally
he got them, turned his horse round and
rode back fo Kiits's house. Kilts saw
him coming and locked the door. Lind
say broke oien the doer and ht Kilts
twice, killing him instantly, and ha also
tried to kill the Inv, but missed him; the
hall hit a little girl, however, slightly
wounding her. The place where Kilts
lived is twenty-five miles from a tele
graph office. It is said that Lindsay was
arrested and turned over to the sheriff
of the county. He is a desMTnle char
acter. A prominent ritixen of Cnmplwll
county was murdered by htm five years
ago. and he escaped because of lack of
evidence, and claiming self-defense.
TRIBUTE TO HI8 MEMORY.
Batraets from a Letter from Lore Woleeley
e the Memory or H. K. Lee.
Richmond, Vs., June 4. Oov. McKln
ney, president of the Lee Monument as
sociation, has just received a letter from
Lord Wolseley, dated RaiiKrs' House,
Urveuwieh Park, H. E., llay tM. He
Is a great admirer of the lamented Iee.
and was one of the few distinguished
foreigners who was extended a siecial
invitation to attend the unveiling of the
statu Isst Thursday. He was not able
to come, but says 1
w ew I.w1 Has rnrtmnled fto me as 1B-
vli.tioo to a' Kind the nnvellluit nt a innmiuieiit
to um stooi general ana penim, iramii im
sni ktiiiWiiI lo your ssii'IIi ih'' fcir Mil" sinn
Ihrawht of on wlie lakes Ills ilwiesl Interna In
everj IhlUK Mm' sits l lie' I' ten sis snil wi'lfsrs
,rf tlie Amei osn p"inl-of Hie sime rtiwk as
oanolri'S. S'aKlni( tlie Kline Isiikhssp. Severn
ed hy Ihsssnis ls-s, snd llnlmnl wltli the sums
Hive t fsir issy ssil liberly, It would h iinnwa
ml If w. w.i not Hi. same ill spirit snd Itiopira.
Mnn, Wllhisit snwrliig u.n any vmM .eit-s-linn.
Is It nt. thT.'fnr. nstnrsl thst sll Kiisllin-
men snoiiKi ns proiin is ires. ijw. w ir.
comrades In arms.
STABBED TO DEATH.
The Cowardly Aet of David a. atepheasi al
Mckean, a. C. A atewareV
GaxxNViLt,E. B. C, June 4. News has
been received here that John C. Griffin,
a promiuent planter and mill owner of
Pickeus tiounty, thia state, was stabld
in a cowardly manner by Dnvld 8. flte-
Ehens, irtie of his mill hands, at Pickens
our I House, sir. Qrilllii hsd lust re
turned from Fort Hill, where he had se
cured a contract for sawing lumber for
the Cleinson ' college, and had removed
LI- .Ol that nluw Mil ttfits mot rm
thy stfeet by Stephens, who caljedhim
aside to have a conversation, ijtepnens
was seen by several bystanders to striks
Mr. Griffin, and then run off. Mr. Griffin
died in about two hours. The blade of
tha knife Denetrated neWly to hat heart.
and physicians say his death was eeused
froi UemoKliage, Stephens got away,
auu . .i. Griffin s relatives kava offered
a reward df 300 for his arrest and de
livery to the euerul ot Fiekens oounty.
THE TEMPLE WILL BE BUILT.
Tbo Masonle Fraternity Have Perfected
Hie riane Klne Struetare.
. . . ... .. ri. T..n Q 'ruir
atuiaia, uih, -u'.v v. 1 iic n,n'uiv
fraternity of Atlanta and Georgia sref to
be congratulated on their grand suooess
in formulating and earrying out their
plans tor the erection of a flue ktaaonio
Temple in this olty. It will be a monu
ment to their seal and an ohsot of pride
to the eily and tlie fraternity. The lot
has ben puv Irased at a uust of $o000.
It .fronts on Pryor street 85 feet, with a
depth of 103 feet, and an outlet of 147
feet on an alley. The building will eoet
9711,000. The lot is paid for, and only
about 7,000 of the money necessary to
carry out the project remains to be col
lected, but they witi soon have that, and
before a great while the temple, which
la to be seven atonies, will Is) reared, and
occupied by this grand old order.
She Applied to tke Ordinary for Heller.
Atlanta, Oa., June 4. Mrs. T, K.
McCutcheon. a very determined little
lady, applied to the ordinary of Fulton
county, and availed herself of the "pony
Homestead aot, m ooiense 01 Herseit ana
her littlo ones. Her husband deserted
her, she says, a few days oko, and left
bar without anrthinsr to siiDtsirt herself
and her three children. lie not only
drew out the (AO deoaited with Moore,
Marsh Uo., but borrowed another JW
from Harrison Bryan, and when he left,
Mr. Bryan, who is his uncle, took steps
to collect the money by levying on his
Death at a I'runiineul Alllunoeroan.
n . , c V 1 1 T..MA A Tl, 1
OAianiiiM.il, ... wo win. vi . I IU ,uu
den death of Capt. William A. lMrden
has cast a gloom over tins entire section.
He was, perhaps, ths ablest lecturer of
the Farmers' Alliance in North Carolina.
He was very prominent in the Alliance.
was its first business stats agent, and was
widelv known iu the state. He was a
native of 'Oreene county, and was about
.10 years of age.
A Wound Which will Iteenlt In Death.
CcULoDRV.Oa., June 4. An unfortu
nateiliflieultv occurred here at 6 o'olook.
Irr. Juke lllnsinKStus and Mr. Gibson
Rutherfurd had a misunderstanding, re
sulting, ill a lifcht. Ulueingaiue cut Ruth
ei'ord twice in the liark aud side of (he
neck whereupon Rutherford shot Dr.
nioslngnme two inches to the right of
he left nipple, which will result iu'his
Two Young Hoys Drowned.
BEAVVtmT. N. C, June 4. William
Potter nad John Ds-i, aged resiectivcly
10 sn'd 17 years, sons of prominent citi
zens, took a boat and went out in tha
sound or a swim. Not retiwninc, senroh
as mu'le. Tlie host was found anchor
ed wiili thnir clothing In it, but the boys
rould not he found. It is thought that
aie was drowned while trying to save
the other one. H is a sad occurrence.
Superintendent of the census. Porter,
has Instructed enumerators snd muurvi
iors not. to divulge a iy information or
rough stimn'tes to any person. Thexe
'nstrurtinn were sen. out 00 account
1 if Inquiries of enumerators asking if in
formation could be given to newspaper.
Ths Real Danger la a Uarber Shop.
What, thou, la the possible danger
of infection, in a harbor sliopt I reply
that thoreis pmclically none at least,
110 more than al your own home in
any barber shop respectably kept with
a due regard fur cleanliness. A drum
mer traveling continually among large
cities of tho United Slates, und stop
ping at tlie best hotels, runs a much
greater chnnoe of being killed in a
railway accident than of getting the
barber s itch.
Still, after all thnt has been said,
thone reuiuiusjJno chance which makes
the liability of infection greater in a
barber shop than In your own home.
The weak point of a barber's outfit is
his towels, of course. 1 know thai
each customer has a f resli towel ; but
what is the previous history of that
to well It mnv have absorbed some
parasite from Uie skin of the last man,
then have been carelessly throw u iu a
tub of water and afterward dried in a
very perfunctory iiiuniier. Nothing
less than a thorough soaking iu soap
suus, then wringing it out mid finally
drying it iu hot air of high temera
lure, will completely aullice to uvcrt
this risk. Interview lu New York
A Humble Hero's Death.
Engineer Burns, who was killed In
the wreck al Uouard's station, in Hen
derson county, wu tlio author of a
heroic act ton years ago that inude him
for a lime famous, lie was tlie engin
eer of a fast pusseuger train on tlie
tuuin stem of the 1oiusville und Nush
villo road. One day ho delected, only
a short distance uhead. 11 little child
sitting in llioniiddlu of lliu truck pay
ing with its nilllo. Iio couldn't slop
tho train, the distance was so short,
but he ran out and climbed down on
the cowcatcher, and fastening one foot
belweeu the bur to balance himself,
reached out and snatched thechild up.
Burns was presented with a gold
inetlal and greully lionized by the press
and peoule lor this hereto deed. Dior
lea of this kind hnvo been read in tlie
Sunday school pn, but this was an
actual occiu rones. Owensborougb,
I'retly Dresses for Uie Home.
Many of the net reuses, who are as
partioidnr about their house as their
vtugo dawns, wciir 11 lung vont or 0ora
I'Uatk, tightly (fooled tit tliu waist and
loll oiien hi front to sliow a pretty
white (lettlctstt. A lady up town, a
doctor by proi'ossion und soiuetUlug of
a crunk ou hygiunlos, wears cheese
cloth yo!;o drosses tliatciwt $1 each,
nml she has n new one every sli weeks.
TI10 neck Is yoked, miulo of silk or vel
vet, to which the straight breadths of
clieewo cloth lire cnlhcivil. Three yards
of ribbon, sowed over the shirred bolt,
Is tint only iideiiipl lit deeorittion. On
month she iwolvcs her morning na-
tionta in pale blue cheese cloth, worked
with navy blue silk; I lie next month
the cloth Is pink mid the yoke maroon
velvet, und Just now she Is wearing
cream eloth gathered to n yoke of
brown velvet. Brown ribbon Is gir
dled about her wttist, brown liuif shoe
cover lior foot, and tlie whole toilet
shoes, dress, riblHHis and nil cost her
IJd.HO. Pntty woolens ran le bought
for forty cents a yard, mid six ynnls,
with one mid it ipinrtor yards of pltull
or velvet for trimming, will make a Jo
sephine dress. Why disllgur yourself
when a pattern and a dny work will
reproduce the artistic, tidy, easy aud
world renowned dress I New York
4 CLAIM THAT AMERICAN INDIANS
ARC OF MONGOL DESCENT.
Beaeon. Ibr Thinking They Are The
Striking Heaemblanoe In Language and
Appearance Curlou. Ov.toin of De
proeslng tha Sknll Artificially.
Having hi youth visited the upper
Missouri, and obtained considerable
knowledge of the tribes who dwelt on
that river, I have always felt a deep In
terest intbe investigations as to the ori
gin of the' American Indians. From the
settlement of this country down to our
own time all sorts of theories have been
advanced, some of them of the wildest
character, and others plausible and rea
sonable. Catlin tells the story ef Prince
Modoo and bis Welshmen, and speaks of
blue eyed and light haired Indians of ths
Mandan tribe in support of the legend.
Neither Catlin nor any of his critics
seem to have thought 0 the simple fact
that the pure blooded Welshman is
neither blue eyed nor light haired. And
this is but a sample of the way hi which
the subject has been dealt with even by
oareful and inquiring writer,
My own opinion If tt ia of any value
ia that the North American Indiana,
or tha greater part of them, are descend
ed from Asiatic immigrants and closely
akin to the Mongolian raoe. In the
Sioux language, with whioh I have soma
aoquaintanos, the word for a chief, or
head man. Is "eetonoha." Among cer
tain tribes of Alaska the chief Is called
eoton" and "tyone." Tula oertainly
brings ns very near the Japanese word
"tyooon. 1 have mentioned this word
in particular because it is one ot the
terms likely to be perpetuated under any
change df oirenmstanoea. Just as the
8axon word "king,'' in England, survived
alike Norman conquest and Celtlo ad
mixture. The Bloux word for tent, or
home, ia "teepee,1' and this is very simi
lar to the Tartar word, while there at
also a marked similarity In the appear
ance of the tents alike of the Tartars and
the American Indians. The photographs
brought by travelers front Siberia of tJis
tribe there snbjeot to Rnssian authority
might well be mistaken for picture of
American Indiana In unusual attire.
It la true that the Indians are, a a
rule, superior iu physique to the average
Mongolian, at least to the specimens of
the Mongolian race that we meet In
America, but the difference is no greater
than between the average Celtio imrui-
rrant of fifty years ago and his grandson
f today 1 whereas the Indian Immigration
probably took place many hundreds of
rear ago. The writer ha not been the
only traveler Impressed by the reeem-
blanoe of Indians to the Mongols, how
in Central and South America tribe
have been found whose Hbevea, In lan
guage, physique and maimer, to the
Mongolian raoe has lately been the ab
ject of considerable observation and re
mark. (Me of these tribes the unara
rls has its seat on the far confine of
Paraguay; yet, in the opinion of a gen
tleman acquainted with the Tartar
tongue, their speech 1 distinctly Mon
golian. It does not follow that all toe aborig
inal inhabitants of America are of Mon
golian deseeut, even if they all cam
from Asia. The writer has seen the de
scendants of the Aztecs in Mexico, and
It Is dim cult to imagine any mlatlonshlp
between them and the Mongolian. Yet
Axteo tradition point to the north as
their original seat, and among a people
who had no method of transmitting his
tory by writing tradition ia likely to have
been fairly accurate. Europe was not
sll settled by one blood. Tb fair and
the dark hatred, the Celt and the Uoth,
awega) ewer tha ooritinerrt, tb current
ddyHng. her and there, where wan
decing Lords was tempted or oompoUed
to rest, bo tost other races besides Mon
gols may have emigrated from Asia to
The Axteo tradition of northern rruV
oration is supported by various drtrom-
rtanoe, and on to the bearmgof which.
I think, attention be never before been
called. It Is well known tliat the Astecs
bar a slanting fnrehead or, in other
word, they have no forehead at ail the
skull being depressed in front almost on
an angle with the nose. A tribe in
British Columbia hss for ages practiced
(he custom of deproasing by artificial
mean the foreheads of children so a to
make the head look very like that of an
Axteo. This is not done to the bead of
ohfldren of the lowest class in the tribe
the dopnssed forehead being a sign of
at least mrpnctaule rauk. It Is not un
reasonable to suppose that the origin of
this alnirular habit may have had some
connection with Attec snpremacy in that
region at a for remoto period, when It
become to the interest 0 a subject clan
to have as near a physical reeeu. blanoe
as nossfbla to the onnmiering race.
The American Indians are passing
away. Cities have grown whore I have
shot the prairie chicken, chased the buf
falo and kept midnight watch for. the
Drawling Bloux a row rear ago. ab
other ten years and it will be difficult to
find an Indian of the sort that followed
flittlruT Bull, and harassed the Infant
settlements of Dakota. They will have
become half civilised specimens of hO'
inanity, living on the charity of the gov
srnmenL without tlie virtue of to dope n-
den oe, and with numerous views of which
in freedom they were happily ignorant.
These Indians huvo tiudi lions tliat are
worthy of being handed dowu; their lan
guages, soon to perish, are worth pre
serving. Letter lu Mew lorg star.
Ohjorterl to tho Mes.
It was a very affectionate husband who
uttered the most literal interpretation of
sentiment ou record.
I believe." said his wife, proudly,
after some great instance of his uusulflsb
devotion, "1 believe yon would let your
self be cut Into inch piece for mer
The husband lookod doubtful.
"Make the pieces six inches, Mary," he
returned, honestly, "and maybe I could
stand it." Ynnth's Companion.
Itaplil Talkers la (lermany.
Ilerr Iinfer.nf Uie Dresden ftistitntn, is
an xNrt In shorthand writing, ami he
lute been making an estimate of the ra-
tddlty with which certain famous mem'
bcrt of tlie Gorman retchstag deliver
their speeches. Ha report that Ilerr
Rtcknrt speaks at the rate of 1M words a
minute; Herbert uuuiarrg, 14 worusi
Fehr von Htuuiin, 140 wordsi Dr. Ilain'
berger, ISO words; Ilerr Bingnr, 1HI
words, and Dr. uusiiiug, irj. when
take Into consideration the exceeding
length of the German words we ar com'
nelled to admit that these are certainly
I listen oes or wnnunrruuy rapui speasing.
Sages Fields London Letter.
Harmless Aids to Work.
The most convenient and immediately
affeotlve la the ancient Japanese or Chi
ne headache core colled menthol, or
oampnor of peppermint. It should be
rubbed -upon the head and face all over
the region of the fifth pair of nerves,
avoiding the eyes, until there Is an agree
able sensation of refreshing cookies. If
properly used thus, and its fume In
haled, which it gives out when heated
by the hand, the relief and oomfort 1
immense. When there is a general sen
sation of exhaustion five drop of pure
chloroform and a teaspoonful of red
lavender, mixed in a glass of cold water
by a druggist, is excellent; follow it a
soon a possible with some light refresh
ment When the system needs immediate
nourishment, drink a glass of milk made
a hot as it can be swallowed, taking It
in kmg alps. Phosphates, in addition to
the hot milk, will feed the brain tissues,
and, token persistently, will enable one
to do a vast deal of work without ex
haustion. Egg yolks beaten to a oream with pow
dered sugar, and the whites beaten to a
froth, and both shaken thoroughly with
eold milk, refresh and sustain during
The various crystallized fruit, espe
cially cherries and raisins, and suoh
thoroughly cooked sweetmeat as Jams
and jellies are good. Ot course, none of
these sweets are to be eaten as they are
at the table, hut rather taken as dl trac
tions to the tense nervous system. Cor.
New York Star.
A Good Dog, and Weighs ISO Pounds.
A well known rusidout of Oakland has
a large Newfoundland dog that is a won
iar in bis way and he weighs about 100
pounds. The gentleman walked into
the business office, accompanied by his
log, snd purchased an additional paper
to mall to a relative in Illinois. The
paper was wrapped up, and after placing
tS-oent stamp on the wrapper and ad
imaging it the gentleman gave the paper
to the dog.
The owner got into hi buggy and
drove to the poetofllce, the dog running
alongside the horse. At the postofBoe
the gentleman stopped, but the dog
didn't He mounted the steps, trotted
down tho corridor to the receiving boxes,
and, taking hold of one end of the paper
In hi teeth, be inserted the other in the
opening into the paper box, and with his
nose pushed it through the hole. Be bad
no hesitancy about brushing Ida wet
coat np against the light check trousers
of several youug men standing near the
box, aud when one of them wanted to
help him to push the paper through the
opening he growled, as mnch as to say
be knew his business and could get along
without outside assistance.
After depositing the paper in the box
the dog bounded out again to his master,
who was waiting for him. "It took me
two weeks to train him to do that trick.
but tt paid me for the trouble," said the
gentleman. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Inanlgrnass anil Cashiers.
People who do business with newly ar
rived immigrants notice how quickly
they begin to become Americanised.
This tendency, in fact, causes no little
Inconvenience to the cashiers of savings
banks, which hnve many inunigrants
among their depositors. Some of the
larger institutions of this kind have
many hundreds of depositors, and It Is
Muessary to exercise the greatest care
in sealng that tho signatures on order
or checks for money ar exactly ths
am as tb one which 1 kept on refer-
A Hungarian, for Instance, when be
open hi account, will sign hi nam
'"Josef." In a short while he find trou
ble ta withdrawing any money because
be baa banged bis name to "Jooopn.
rUhirtoh-tn tha same way, become
Hearvi PVrrs, Peten Dorothea, Dora,
and so on, The paying toller gota no
rest antil he haa the signature whioh 1
gaps on reoord Americanized. New
Oddities of (ho Egg Market,
A leading commission merchant said:
"The egg Sosineea is the most annoying
ritawe world. Lmnngtbeoold weauier
tie winter the hens quit laying, but
e sea j body went to eat eggs. Conse
quently they go an high that the grocers
cant keep paoe with their customers. In
the spring, just as soon as eggs get plen
tiful, people quit eating tliem, and we
have to ssll them to packer, who pickle
them for consumption later on. These
am tliat are packed are not liked by
eonumons and so you so the egg dealer
rs hss the satisfaction of handling a
commodity tliat ia In good dnmand and
good supply at tlie same time." Louis
Smith's Oral Challenge.
Will Smith ts a tonsorlal artist of im
pressive demeanor and much avoir
Bunota. II claims to be the speediest
man In his profession in tlie world. He
can shave more men In a stipulated time
than any barber m earth, bo says, and
la willing to notice a match for any
amount with whomsoever dispute his
ntl of champion, lit has accomplished
tha feat, be say, of shaving ten men
and running the distanoe of 100 yard la
lo, minutes, whioh be I certain ha
been equalod. Boston Uorald,
One of Qraat'e earetarles.
Bx-fieeretary of War Bolknap is one of
the bast known man In the dty of Wash
ington. He grow rounder and Jollier
and more red In the face as the year go
by, and the drclo of his friends appears
to be continually widening. lie is a
tnatronume. a wit and a story teller.
O make ten or fifteen thousand dollar
a wear as a claim agent and spends It all.
St has a lowly family and a luxurious
hexne. Cot. August Chronicle.
In England In 1808-89 there was one
known thief to every 1,000 ponon In
17-88 the perooutage had fallea by
pearly one-half, and there was only one
known thli f to every 1,044 person. Tb
decrease In the rood vers of stolen goods
Is (till greater. In 180H-49 there was on
to every ",400 ponplei in 18H7-H8 there
waa on to every knm.
atria Buircred for Twenlv Vcarw.
My wife has stiflrrrd for fifteen years
from congestion nntl pninful menstrua
tion. Alter using three bottles of Hrnd
licld's Fcmiilr Regulator she is now able
to do her house work and go where she
plcusc. J. W. DAVIS,
Mornvlnn Pulls, N. C.
Write Mrndfirlil Kcuulutor Company,
Atlanta, Oa., for particular, liy all
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIOKS
Agent for Betas Creek Woolen Mills.
rlorta Mala , Askevllle, M. C
Two Klads mt Mm.
The Arse have no littla knoarledoo of
tue precepis OTAnsUAJUty,
respecc ror lam owe
add to them obeervado
"It was a noble
of Nazareth," say on of their 1
"that men should love t
do trood to those who hate I
If all men were able to follow tm
precept, soon there would be no eiisnilts
for n to love, nor dseplssraof em solve
to whom we could do good. -
"In thia weak world we atay, portueB.
suooeed in doing no more thia thlsi m
to control our thought that w shall love
our friends more than we hate our ene
"For there be In the world now tw
kinds of men, to witt thos who loea
their friends more than they bat their
enemies, and those who bate their ene
mies more than they love their frlsnas.
"Of the nrst of these there to hop, antl
we may live with thrmi bat tha second
we should fly, ss the Bedouin fdsj tha rat
curtain of the sky behind which tb st-
mooni advances. " Youth's
The reaaoa BADAM'B
M1CROBB KILLBR to
th. moat wonderful med
icine, le bee. nee It haa
never failed hi nay ia
etancc, no matter what
the disease, from LHP.
ROSY to the eimplest
disease known to the hu
The ecientifle men of
today c 1 s i m snd
prove that every die)
Caused by micro bca,
RADAM'S MICROBE ULLER
Rvtermlnate. the Micro hea and drives them
out of the eyttem, and when that is done
you cannot nave an ache or pass, no mat
ter what thrHlwui. whether a olmnle caes
of Malaria Fever or a rombinatioa of die
eases, we cure them all at the same time, ss
we treat all ducaacs consntauo. any.
Asthma, Consumption, Catanb, Broa
c nids, Kheumatam, Ktanej maa urer
Disease, Chills and Ferer, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Bee that our Trade-Mark fsamt as above)
appears oa each jug.
Rend for book "Hilton of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Fh.C.,
Bole Agent, Ashevtlle, N. C.
And Swccdlah MoYcmenta.
Also Instruction In Physical Culture for
ladies and children in clssaes or private, by
Mlee Mabie, of New Vork, at MISSION HO.
PITAL. 9-10 a. m. 1-3 p. m. Cans or In
quiries by mail answered promptly.
mm BIG 22,
fuct STtAMta. Low Raves.
Pour Trip, per Week aonn.a
DETROIT, MACKINA0 ISLAND
Fetsak.. SwOI eta las, eaS Lake
lump W-i rerte.
very Wek Day tena
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
SpjHl N4r Trtf. SSI, iww. ialr, W OSS.
Doabl- Dull Lis ae'wavs
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
0'in UiusTfiaTto PaPHLrT
a.le.sn.1 Siuurtl nmok.t.wmeini'l.uh
b .- ymir Ttak' ' Seeut, or mdnmm
I. O. WHITCOMB, a P. A., Oltmr. Mmm.,
Detroit and Cleelund St.am Nav, Oe.
lUOOIEt, CARRIAGES', WJimMTWrrS.
. . . a . . ... - ' . l-J l. .
TO tne ciuicne 01 H.ncvniv ana tii'"" .
trert, nest to Woodhury'e etabUe, I am bet
ter prepared than ever to do work ra my Has.
Wagon., Ilueeiee and Carries. manafSrt
nrrd. Repalrlne and horee-ahorln are .pe
rt. I tie, and perfect eatiefaetioa mraateed.
My workmen are eanerlenccd aao .killfal and
novas a - .
b. f. p. nkiGnT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
wmmaad br-Wao : I
Bdltnr A.heville Cltlsrsi
That oar many Meads may kaow how we
art getting on w will stats that we took la
Is Hotel and Store
99,000 lU Five WCClUe
Took la last Batarday Sver T0O. ST ef
thst was hotel, balance store. 1 lotd re(te
tend S that day. Had a.000 arrivals ks
S months. Osr stock Is mamavoth O0 feet
lon and 16nwt wide. Tell ths keJaaee of
the world to tome and ass "OM Chod" emOa, "
sad bay Bond or tm sad a to ta SS per
sat, -(..- '.
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