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AHEVIIiLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1890.
How isYour Blood?
I had s malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knee, and waa cured mum
and well with two and a half bottleaot
B. 8. B. Other' Mood medicines bad full
d to do ma any good.
Vol C. Bbatt, Torkvllle, 8. 0.
England' DeniificlatlAii By the
Nowfoundlnud Papers. .
John Bull "Jumped Onto With
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated cue of Tetter, and three
bottlea of 8. B. 8. cured me perma
nently. . Wallacs Mamm,
Hannvillo, L T.
mailed free. .
Bwrrr Bncino Ca, Atlanta, Ga.
oct asd&wiT '
- PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
A. H. COBB,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
A. S. GRAHAM
OIBce Over J.
H. Law'. Store, South Main
" With nut S(ic.
Filling with .liver or amalgam....noc. to78c.
" " gold $1.00 and upward.
Set of teeth "".
Beat Kt of teeth S00.
No better made, no matter what you par.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice la the 10th and 13th Judicial
Districts of North Carolina and In the 8u
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Weatern District 01 Nona Carolina.
Thio. P. Davidson, Tuos. A. Josss,
Raleigh. Jas. O. Hurra, asscvuk,
QAVIDSON. MARTIN JONBS,
Attorney, and Counsellor, at Law,
l.t,..!!! N' C
Will practice in the 11th and lath Judicial
mtrlet. .nH In the Sunremc Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, of the
Weatern Diatrlct of North Carolina. .
Refer to Bauh of Aahevtlle. dtael
J( A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor
Plana. .Dectucatione aad eatlmatca fur-
l.krH All work in my line contracted fur,
and no charge, for drawing, on contract
OIBce: No. 13 Hendry Bloek, North Court
Square. A.hcTille, N. C.
J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice la the city and .urrounding
Office at W. P. nianton a Co.'. .table, 76
South Main .treat. aprl
a. N. SSBVBS, 0.0. S. H. K. SMITH, B. O.S.
Drs. ReCTCS Smith.
lB Coaaally Balldlng, orer Redwood. store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
.n.iattc. andaU caare of Irregularity cor-
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P. RAMSAY, D. D.SU
la Barnard Building Bntrances, Pattoa
Avenue ana Mala nircei.
WM. R. PE
ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
t. O. Bos I.
NBW HOUSBI NBWLV PURNISUBD
ALL MODBRN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
Commas nf The It. Johns, N. F., Herald
on the Beeoal Aotloa of th. Freneh In
Ordering Native Tlehermen to Uaraove
Thalr Mots Mot a Franca Fisherman
Within lOOHllee at lb. Time.
Halipax, N. 8., una 7. Newfound
land papers received by strainer show
that the foaling over the Bt. George's
bay affair is extremely bitter.
One paper. In diswusslng the incident,
declares that the French gunboat ooin
pellad tlia Britten flsharmen to take up
their nets while ths British warship
Pelican waa at ths spot and looked
oalmly m, making no protest. The nets
were taken up vnasr im very guns oi
the Pelican. But this was not all. A
French offloer, folly armed, cams on
ahors at Sandy Point sad road to the
British oitizens a command to taae np
ahsir nets, thus asserting French juris
diction in Newfoundland. None of these
outrages was enfflcisnt top rouse the Brit
ish naval o ulcere to resistance.
The St. John. Herald.
Rmnmantlnir on the recent action of
ths ranch in prom lining nsmng oj na
tives in Newfoundland waters ens ds.
Johns, N. F., Herald says:
The new that a rTencn mnn-or-war.
had under the very guns of a Brittuh
frigate enforced an order which forbade
British subjects to hah in their own
waters, was received here with astonlsn-
mtmt and iudimatlon.
The circumatatces are racreoiuie o
colonists, whose proudost boasts it had
ever been that they formed a part of a
mlirhtv nation, nowerful to rtrevont and
swift to avenge even the least insult of
fered by a foreign power to the most in
significant of its citizens.
What made the circumstances even
more incredible was that such an ont
rage should be offered and endured at a
time when England and France had en
tered into an arrangement which waa
professedly ratified witn tne objuci or.
buying present peace and facilitating a
future settlement of existing difficulties.
But when ones the fact ol tne outrage
waa realized no one exrjKSsed any sur-
mine as tlie determination of the people
of St. George Bay to renounce obedience
to local officials and to pay no mors
rlntiuu nutil their wronus were re
dressed. These men were exercising
their undoubted right of fishery.
There waa not s rencn nsnermnn
within J(K) miles of there. Their sole
means of livelihood depended npon the
hailing which they were prohibited from
procuring, ftoiwiinnianuuig rou tue
local officials declined to interfere, and
a British man-of-war sanctioned tlie
proceeding by her non-interference.
A snecial from Arichat. C. B.. says;
A hirire number of Amencau seiners
are on the count, bnt there is no sign of
the government cruisers yet. 1 ney wiu
make their aparance after the seiners
have driven the mnckerol ont of our bay
and ruined the prospect of good spring
fishing, aa tney nave aone ins nut
Two Thousand Living Descendant.
Pomkhmv. O.. June 7. Wednesday
was the 0:ird birthday of Aunt Anule
Honsh, of Letart,0.. the oldest living
of Mtiim oonutv. She was born
at Morgiintown, Pa., June 4, 1787, and
bus lived in this county since laui. bus
is in good l'lvilth, and from appearances
will five reveral years yet. Mors rs
uiarkalile tbnn her great aire is ths fact
that she la at the head ot fully s.uuu
livlna- descendant, which. It Is believed.
no other prison In the world can suc
cessfully claim. She can look down on
Lottery People Confident.
A... dim. Inn. 7 Tm Inttavw
people atxjm to be gaining ground, and
are in a very connnem moou. iney
now desire to force a vote as soon as
poaxIMe. The opponents of the lottery
attrilnite this result to the lavish use of
uioiiev which bus been going on. Mr.
Shattnck, of C'oloasieu, has given notice
of the lottery bill in the bouse. It pro
vides for a submission to the electors of
an amendment to the constitution, ana
contains the features of Air. Morris
proposition already made public
Wouldn't Work With a Negro.
Kkw Yoiik. Juns 7. The Sun's St,
Louis sDuaial savs that Hhcuurd Knapn,
son of the former proprietor of The Re
publican, Col. George Khnpp, has re
signed his position in the money order
department or tne posioruce orceuw a
negro has been appointed to a clerkship
In the office.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
No. 811 Haywood treet.
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TUB LAROBST ANO BB8T BUl'IPPBD IN
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcreck&Co.
coRsvLTtae cnsMier ass imsa saomssse.
Aeely.ee of MeUle, Ore.. Coel or Cose. Mle-
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION,
Mining property Investigated, developed.
Coi reatioadcaca solicited,
amok eaa b. eent by mall or .ipreaa,
sent by .apnea, charge, must be prepaid,
Agente wanted ha every piece.
na M c. WOLTCRBCK,
- an awl Manager.
Is Itsla el
Condensation or lutereatlng
- Terloue Subjects,
Kansas crops are rtportstl Injured by
the dry weather.
CongTeaaman Biiringsr, of Illinois, has
Kate Hush, seed S years, waa killed by
cars at Wheeling, W. Va.
Ths Democrats of Illinois bavs nomi
nated Oen. I'nlmcr for governor.
Charle ltvulsn fell out of bis wagon.
near H. Anne, III., and broke his neck.
Mlaalxtttle Atkinson wss thrown from
a buuiry and seriously injured at Gallon,
Wednesday was the Hottest June f in
New York for twenty years, Ths mercury
reached tJ degrees.
George W. Bnul bss been elected presi
dent ol tlie Cliloago and Eastern IlllnoU
A tornado at Chester, Iowa, demolished
a school nones, minny injuring we
teacher, Miss Mary Smith.
John g. HolUnnnn was shot and Killed
by his brothsr-ln-law, John D. Holder, at
Qiietiec, White county, Tenn.
Tl,a Hvdraullc Prsesed Brick sonipany,
of Sk liouls, hss absorbed all tbSChlonge
brlckmsklnc ooneerns nut one.
Haron Joarhlni Von Hose, of Chicago,
was granted a divorce from his wlls, ths
Prlnreae rreiierica, loromninn,
. .'aijasi LUtlier nioin, n miirou in.. ...
UA I lUN In KnKlewnod, s ('hlrago suburb, Is held
S e7 s w I . , ... ei .hi fn vimlimllv aiuuililt-
IN iniii.an . '-j -
Sheriff Greenlee, "'of Grainger ecmi.f m
1880. . .
MlsaUeda Waters, a runaway girl who
was returned to her ps rents at Munola,
Ind., eommltted suicide by taking strychnine.
Clarence Halatead, sen of Murat Hal-
stead, waa married lu Baltimore to Miss
Hattls De Ford, daughter of the late Isaao
Ed, Van Meter, an Indian, has been ad
mitted to practice law in the Dakota
courts. He Is sn educated Indian and a
Ths thirteenth annual council of ths
Protestant Episcopal church for the die
cere of West Virginia is In session at
Grnrre Bancroft Is the oldest ex-cahlnet
officer, both In sirs snd point of service,
now living. He was secretary of the navy
Powell connty, Ky Is In a ferment over
the locution of the county seat. Olay City
has enjoined Btanton from erecting a new
Georire W. Hale, a tinner, fell from ths
roof of a bouse, near Wheeling, W. Va.,
striking n puling fence and sustaining
The case of W. L. Hemingway, ex-tress-
nrer of Mississippi, hss been eoutlnned to
next term of oourt, preliminaries not hav
ing Imtu concluded.
There has been another outbreak of In
dians near Tucson, Aria., and several
ranchmen have been killed and others
driven from the country.
The eity council of Brnstl, Ind., has
raised the saloon license from $100 to f2A0
a year, which, will drive a large nnmlier of
salooulste out ol buslusss.
Ths Harvard student, Frnls J. Hol
land, wtio has been stealing bicycles.
books, watches, etc,, was judged insane
and sent to the state asylum.
Damaging testimony has been produced
ssnlnst Hon. I.ee V. Wilson, a pension
agent, now on trial at Indianapolis for un
lawfully obtaining widows' pensions.
Ths first day of the enforcement of the
Providence, K. I., Sunday law resulted in
the closing of all bake shops, groceries.
meat markets, news and oigar stands,
"Chris." Msgee, the Pittsbarg million
sire politician, line donated flO.OOO, to lie
used for the erection of a home for boot
blacks and messenger hoys of that city.
Appeals have been prayed by the vari
ous defendants from the order of Judge
Collins appointing a receiver and grant
ing an Injunction in the Chicago gas trust
Secretary of State Hyan, of Ohio, hss
srrnnired with ths superintendent nf oen
sus for an early publication of the data re
lating to Ohio gathered in the eleventh
Frank R. Mrllvsne, cashier of the Sul
phur, Ky Deposit hunk, has disappeared.
leaving a shortage of StO.oilO, and taking
with him the wife of the village hotel
A terrific storm caused much damage
at Zuinhrotn, .Minn., sweeping down
houses and barns. At Millville, Minn,
fire persons were swept away and
William A. Jones, a prominent horse
man, waa seriously Injured by being
thrown from his driving curt while train
lug a horse on his track near Kushville,
Ind., w ednesduy.
The Bait Lake Herald says one marked
result of Mormon rule is Chat that city of
M.ODO population had no debt and the
sinsllest tux rate of any city In the United
states uve nulls a year.
George Cassldy, one of s quartet who
robbed a wealthy farmer in July, IUSS,
was sentenced at Martinsville, Ind., to
three and a half years' Imprisonment and
disfranchisement for Ave years.
George Hayes, Grand Trunk switchman,
snd the only person who positively Identi
fied Burchell, the alleged murderer of the
young Englishman, Henhsm, at V ood'
stork, Out., wss killed by the cars.
Daniel Kexmth, a fanner living near
Hucyrus, ()., while herding sheep, and at
tempting to stop them from Jumping a
fence, whs kicked on the neck and his
windpipe broken. He will recover.
Advices from the ngricultural districts
of Kansas state that dry weather has
duced the proeiwetive yield of winter
wheat to less thsn that of lat year, and
that the oat crop will be xery light
The German Lutherans, of Milwaukee,
have decided to vote for only anrh legis
lative candidates as will pledge themselves
to work fur ths repeal of the Bennett elec
tion law, which provides for the teaching
of English In all schools.
Associate Justice Harlan, of the United
States supreme court. In an Interview
said that he waa confident the present
congress would enact legislation to
lighten the constantly increasing work of
the highest Judicial tribunal.
A delegation of importers from all over
the country, representing all the Import
ing Interests, were heard by the senate
finance committee to protest ngalustthe
McKinley tariff hill as legislating against
them and to the lieuellt of manufacturers.
Sneaker Heed, of the house of represen
tatlves, has followed up bis prohibition of
liquor at the house restaurant hy ordering
from the corridors of the house wing of
eapitol all the cigar, pie, Innoh and relto
stands, that have uisngurea tne majestic
structure for so long.
At a caucus of Heunhllcan represents'
Mvea In congress It was derided to support
aa a sliver measure one providing for the
purchase of M.SOO.nuo worth nf American
stiver each niontli; Hint the certificates in
payment therefor shall bent full legal
teuder vuiue, reueemnoie in ouiunu.
Alabama Itrpubllpans In stats conven
tion at. Montgomery nominated for gov.
eruor Xoblo Hmlthson: secretary of state,
W. H. Veiroii: nudllor, K. T. Jennings;
treasurer. T. D. Bisitb: superintendent of
education. Ann !'' ! attorney general,
JohnT. Kisell. There were but thirty
white men In the convention.
In the I'lilted Sinles district court at
Seattle. Judge Handford refused tti dls
mlas the velvbrsted rases against ex-Sue-
clal t'uslou.s Agent llevcber, son of the
Into Henry Ward lleiviier, nin a report
of I'l'lM-l Htntes Atto'iivy Winston, that
be Imd ' cell aiiiiii-i :. ,.,v the department
el justice lo enter a Hollo lu those oases.
Into effect unless matters are amicably
adjusted at ones. .
Georgia Senile the Fire Oar Load to the
West Omaha, x.braaka.
Prlham. Oa.. Juns 8. Ths first oar of
melons has just been shipped by the
Georgia and Carolina Melon exchange.
They were siupped to Peycke Brothers,
Omaha, Nob., and go by special engine
over the Atlanta and Florida railroad to
Atlanta, and via Louisville and Nash
ville and lis connections to destination.
this will be followed by regular ship
ments svery day, and within ten days
Pelham will be shipping from ten to
twenty cars a day.
Quitman, Oa., Juns 6. -James Tlson,
of brooks oountv. has shipped a car of
'flue melons tod. H. Weoser it Co., of
C hicago. Sunday morning the luscious
Georgia melons will be devoured by the
neonle of that olty. ine season has
opened, and shipments, in a duy or so,
wiu ue a common wing.
THE WORK OF A CONVICT.
Seise, a Onn Loaded with Shot and Orders
HI. Boss te Olve Dp His Money.
Covimgton. Oa.. June 6. Mr. W. M.
Flemister was shot and severely wound
ed hv a convict. Mr. Flemister uses con-
- . i .i . i
vlots on HIS I arm, ana mis uegru, oeuig
a "trusty." was told to get tne none.
He went into a house where the bridle
was, and where Mr. Flemister had left
his gun. The negro emerged from the
house with the gun, and ordered Flemis
ter to throw down his pocket book and
throw uo his hands. This he did not do,
but started to run, and when aliout forty
steps away the negro fired at him, hit-
.. i ... : i t i : . i .
ting mm in tne sme. xiih wuuim v. or
nne envious, and ha menaced to escane.
the negro convict got away. About fif
teen shot have been taken from the side
of the wounded man, and though the
wounds are painful tliey are not consid
Mr. r lennster bad about siuu in hip
racket hook at the time, and the negro,
being of a sneaking, desperate disposi
tion, nt'l7.eu ine uiiwriunikjr w ivuwu
make his escape. Mr. Flemister has the
sympathy of his neighbors.
THE INTERNATIONAL UNION.
very simple machine to which the name
odograph has been given. It draws' or
traces a curve on a traveling- band or pa
per, which Is a register of the speed with
which a person walks or a vehicle mores.
The recording mechanism Is not at all
complicated and Is not likely to get out
of order. It constats of a cylinder oover
ed with ruled puper and revolved by
clockwork. On this a stylus actuated by
wheel which traverses the ground
marks tlie trace, and the stylus moves at
a rate proportional to the wheel, while
the paper moves past It at right angles
with a velocity proportional to ths time.
The slope of the trace is a record of the
The odogrnpn la capable oi oeing
adapted to special purponea, such
measuring the speed of soldiers on the
march, the rate that railroad trains
travel, or tho time made by racehorses
on the track, and it is thought that in
the more general uae which promises to
be made of 'this instrument it will be
found to meet accurately numerous pur
poses for which some such recorder has
been needed. New xork 'limes.
Real Estate Ageats:
Magnificent Residence. Property
Frenoh Broad Avenue.
'ttsTcujicsi " In bonds of si.am for rrtmimuiy a
Jtfrmit Ini lon have been almost eon'
eluded for the absorption by the Standard
ell trust of four large cuniaiiles lu I'enn-
svlvau annd West Virginia, It la asm
tordd to ths SUndard territory fWn.OOO
Mlaa Daisy Moffat t wan badly brntecd
by being thrown from her buggy at Kush
ville, Ind., Thursday.
Henator Stanford owns the hlgm-st vine
yard in ths world. It Is In Tehama
county. Cab, and covers 8,015 acres,
H. P. Mann Is lying In a very serlnns
enndltlnnstSt. Frsnrls hospital, Colunv
hns. ().. from the effect nf sunstroke,
Miss Bells Smith, recently appointed
resident physician of the women's prison
PIRFIOTLY ODIRLItt I
Barns la say Lamp Without dsaosp of In Pherhoni. Mihs., Is bnt !S yenra old,
tioioflina se isaina nre. seeinsivesi r reurnre jiiirnver,
get then leant a. eats oy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASH B VILLI, N. C.
saloon keeiier at
Teres Haute, ind., drowned himself be
gins of his Inability to pay f license.
RAILROAD MEN WATCHINtt
It la Veered Ileal -tremble will Ooase Irosa
the Mew Orders.
Atlanta, (la., May e. There seems
to n a determined effort on the part of
riillrimil eniiilovM to resist cortuln stric
tures and regulations which are being
ant out br railroad authorities. At the
,Ulir N. Y.. reinvention, some three
weeks ugo, the anti-strike clause in the
constitution wasstricKrn out ny vum
nf 2IS to Ml. This out the Order nf Rail
way Conductors in position toco-operate
with oilier orders oi a s inriimu"i
ami thus. In ruse of necessity, (he com
bined forces id all the brotlierliisslawere
put lu n comllii n lo stand a strike.
Chief rllmr is In Savannah, and
Draml Mustor V. P. Sorgeunt is in Mucon,
Oa., in conference with the railway ofll-
cutis, and others.
At the tiuia the Questions were sent
out on the Central railroad they were also
sunt out from the Richmond and Dan
ville lii-ndiioaiiers. A determined oppo
sition was made, and tits order was so
dianiml Ihiir the men now 111 tbs em
ploy of the company need not sign it,
ltni new men who enter the nervine of
the road will Isi required to subscribe to
tfna nw urili-ia.
J Tk.,.. I. a ,. il ilnnl of anxlotv on tho
I " - .. t . .
part or rnilro.nl men to snow just now
in Liters will he. nd lusted, but tlie engi-
.mm mill I'liiuliii'ior. are verv dHlermui-
ed. snd It is Is'lieved that all railway
Convention ol Printers la Atlanta Repre
sentative Men from Everywhere.
New Yobk. June 8. Delegates to the
annual convention of the International
Tvnogranhical Union, to convene In At
lanta, na., next aionaay, nave leit mis
city. Rome of them were accompanied
by tneir wives, ine ooys uuu over six
houra at Washington, and were guests
of (lie George W. I'hilds club. They are
due in Atlanta at 9 o'clock Saturday
uiirht. This is the second time the In
ternational has met in the south since
the war. and a grand time is expected.
Tlie fraternity of Atlanta will entertain
visiting brethren in the best of style, and
the mile citv of the south has stuck an
other feather in her cap by securing this
meeting of such representative men from
everv section oi tne unneu ointee. it
: !.l .1.... u. I ....... iri ,lAl....nfuu u.ill lu.
lb HU1U I on l a. rcanfc , ,iu,vKna . w
in attendance, and it is expected the
conference will be in session several days.
Flaying on the Uallmad and Crashed.
Washington. Oa., June 8. The tram
on the Washington branch of the Geor
gia railroad, coming to this place, ran
over a child just south of the deot at
Ficklen s. Hie child s loot was crushed
and bad to ! amputated. Four child
ren were playing on the track, and all
got off hut two one 9-year-old, named
trtle May Wbittington, and another one
who was thrown oil by the cow-catcher.
which was not much hurt. The father
was at work in a field close by, and
hearing their screams, got on his horse
and rode up and lounu tne lime gin
hurt, lie got on ine mini nun urougnt
the child to this place, mid physicians
here took off its little loot.
The Other Side of the Qnestlnn.
ATLANTA, Gn., June 6. ltev. Thomas
K. MeCutelien. who left Atlanta s lew
days sgo Itcc.iitee his wife tsik outs
warrant for alleged ill treatment, has re
turned to the city, and says he has been
ctoss v treated. Ills congregation seoin
to be of the same opinion. He is a young
minister, and has scores of friends. He
tays be could talk, but doe not desire to.
He was loreeu to no wnat ne uiu.
There Were Only Three!
Nrwnan. Go.. June 6. The wife of
Hon. John B. Goodwyn gave him three
little girls, weighing six and one-hulf
nounils each, at birth, and at last
counts were doing nicely, litis county
had an event of this kind only once be
fore. The fullior is being congratulated.
Killed by Lightning while Flowing.
KinomtiiS. Oa.. Juue 8. Two miles
from this place, while at work on the
farm of .nr. ,i. a. sioore, tnu omest son
of Sirs. Win is. a widow woman, was
killed by lightning. No rain accompa
nied the storm, ine mule ue was plow
ing was also killed.
rsrmera I'p with Their Work.
DANir.L8Vll.LR. Ga.. June 8. It is very
'ratifying In note that the farmers are
.veil mi with their work, and crops are
.! iejru (I lui Hue condition,
Don Oetueren'e Knowing Pog
3nu of the nutod objects in unimuted
nature at tlie capitul la Don Cameron s
Scotch oollio. A long period of si
lent observation of tho appearance ami
peculiarities of polilicuuu, paiiu nlariy
from Pennsylvania, has given M'ljor a
discriminating ldoa of their valuo as
they turn up at tbo boll pull.
Dons dog Is a tliorougMlirod in more
ways than one. His position of mute ln-
auisitorlal observation is from the mat
In tlie outor vesmmie at tue senators
front door. Uo luvai-iably lies with his
lowor jaw resting on his paws. Aa the
senator's callers appear he gives theui a
glance without raising his head. U sat
isfactory he will get np with dignified
motion and step ont on the pavement
until the culler enters, and will then re
sume bis tibios.
He seems to know the diaurence be
tween tim nailers wbo got In ud those
wbodo'.rt, and draws the line on ths
latter. Tho ruiruliirs, who come often,
are received with great onristdaratloo by
Miilor. who. as anon aa he spies thorn at
the vcstUmle door. Jumps np and wags a
tnll of welcome and moves ont of tlie
Those who come and seldom get m are
received by Major coldly. He keeps his
nlace on I lie mat. apimrently asleep,
which makes It Inconvenient to reach
tho hell pull without stepping upon the
knowing uniinal. Wlieii tne un welcome
callers try to make their way within the
door ho whines a doleful strain, ana
ot'lmi stiituls up on the mat and gapes
The u:nu lug uiiimal has also assumed
the guiirdlunsliip of tho ladies of the
family and Invariably escorts them a
eimare or two when thoy leave tho house.
The bad habit of begging into which
not a few small children have fallen Is
growing- very rapidly and should be
checked same way. Host of the little
folks who make a practloo of asking
pennies of passers by offer no excuse for
their asking, and do not more than half
expect to got anything for 11 But of
late the progress made In this evil is
something surprising, and now many of
the children have become so trained by I
experience that they can Invent any
number of stories of necessity, In order
to be more certain of a response to their
appeals. Some of the stories are quite
Ingenious, wlule others, as the following
will allow, aro as simple and amusing as
would be expected of thorn t A stylishly
dressed man while strolling along a side I
street snddenlv found his way obstruct
ed by a tiny girl, evidently not 8 years
old. "Suy, mister," she piped, "please
give me a penny to buy mo a shoestring.
She seemed to have forgotten that the
shoos she had on were buttoned ones,
and almost new at that. Buffalo Ex
Another Compliment Gone Wrong
Mr. Middlings Awfully smart dance
this, isnt ltr
Miss Piettypert Yes, Indeed, After
talking to so many clever people its
quite a pleasant ohange to come across
somebody like you. unatter.
Wortb Hundreds of Dollars,
Mr wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finement.' Savs she would not be with
out it for hundreds of dollars. Had not
hnlf as much trouble as before. Dock
Mm rs. Lincoln Parish. La.
Writ Hrndfielrl KcoTjlOtOr LomrMMV.
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. By all I
The reason RADAM'S
MIC ROll It KILLHK Is
the mo.! wonderful med'
ieine. is because it has
npver failed In any In,
stance, no matter what
tlie disease, from LUH
ROSY to the aimpleat
disease known to tne on,
The sdentiflc men of
to-do y claim ana
prove that every die.
Cautted by Microbes,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
o tm h Mirrnti. and drive, them I
nut nf the avatem. and when that ia done I
am "annr,, h.v. ail ne or Bin. ru m.-
ter what the dieeaae, whether a simple eaae
of Malaria Pever or a combination oi aie-
eases, we rare them all at the same time, as I
w. treat an aiseaec. mwumw
Athm Camumotiott. CMnnh. firon
....... v . a i I
cnnn, Kmumaium, amuv "
Disease. Chilli ana ttver, rcmuic i
Trnuhles. in all itM forma, and, in fact,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Ree that oar Trade-M ark (earn, aa above)
appears oa each jug.
Send for book "History of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. 8. GRANT, PU. G.,
Sole Agent, Ashevllle, N. C.
nov!7 dly to frl son
I1T virtue of a deed of trust executed to me
hy T. W. Ash ton on tne nin nay m iwpiem.
t... , uuu wlim1 In the omve of the Keg.
Inter of Deed, of llnnconilie Cnunty, lo Book
T n.o ant oi Mortuaue srniniPi ...
cure the purchase money ror the real eetaw i
therein deecrirH-d, and by reason of the fall-1
ure of said T. W. Aehton to comply with the I
Habile auction for cash to the highest bidder
at the court house door In Aeheville on Tues
day, the ISth day of Inly. A. D. ls0.one
hlark mare 6 years old name Lleel., described
In said deed of trust, and also the following
.k M.i hi.i,! In the northern nart
of the city of A.hevllle. aald county, eitnate I
at the northern boundary of said city, on the
east aide of North Main atrect, fronting Sill
feet on earn street, eon iTinninn V'
ward aan feet In parallel lines to another
street, and containing about one half acre
more or lc. and fully described ia said deed
of trust. This May SO, IHUO.
t l.nl.lil Ueeler. of Knoxvllle, Tenn., has I ordvra will ouol kaues and strike, if neo-
i been sentenced to bang for the murder of I eeary, before th inquisition plan goes
And Bwcedleth IMovcxticnta.
Also Instructloa In Thyslcal Culture for
ladles and children In classes or private, by
Mlai Mable.ofNew York, at MISSION H08-
PITAL. 0-10 a.m. I4p.ni, Calls or in
quiries by mall answered promptly.
BUOOIEt, CARfllAGEI, BUCK8MITHIN0.
nt Aeheville and vicinity 1 1
would announre that at my ehoiie on College I
street, neat lu Woodbury's stables, I am bet
... n...,mi thnn ever to do work In my line. I
Wnkone, IliiHKlre and Carrlngea manulact-1
nrrd. KepalrTiis; and horseshoeing are ape-1
dallies, and iei7ect aatlsfactlon jcusranteed.
Mv wore men are n nnmi im.h v. .
my charge, are moderate. ..
BOTH a " - -
n I? t nmtniinr.
A Itlval te the reilometer. " 7
Tho pedometers mo oi nsuiuinees . , .MninrUT lUPliniMfir
seems to lie very seriously threatened by tl ARU lilIUERI IftOUHMIlUt
a Krum h Invention for recording speed
and distance traveled by man, beast or AbBIt a
Mukinl. Tl,, I v,, til, ir V. J. Xf unV of
ties InsUbuta of Franos. has devised DR. BATTUE'S OFFICE.
We Offer at Private Sale,
AT FIXED PRICES
marked on the plat at our office,
of which the above is a copy, that
magnificent property on Grove
Street and French Broad Avenue,,
well known as the Lyons Proper
ty. Search the city over, and
when you find) finer property at.
such prices, please let us know.
The Grove Street ILcto are
with Fine 4ali.
The house has 10 rooms, four of '
them quite large. The location
is central and most convenient.
The prices now fixed upon it are
good till Juno 15, and . tjie terms
Only 20 per ct. Cash.
CALL EARLY AND GET
Southeast Court Square. ,