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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1890.
. a tub
I Nature should ii
lassistod in Hi"
Hiiring to throw oil
1Mb Iicavmcas oi
the sluggish wlutcr
circulation u( tin.'
I U so well, bo
Innimnt or so safely
U.. Iff. U,.,.U;i.
i Swift's BpcdlU
I have used B. 8. B. for n number of
years, and cftiwiilor H the hist tonic iiiu
blood remedy tliat I ever used. In fur.'
1 would not ullviiipt to enter upon i
stirlng or summer in thiB climate with
OUt it. 11. W. C0LKMAN,
Of Coloman, Ferguson A Co.,
Jiudo City, Fu.
Our Wk ou Llu-1 and Skin Disease
Bwikt Bi'BCii'io Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
Llsrliliiiii'r, Strike it Kfliool
House, In Sou 111 Dakota-
Scores of School Children
Jured In Iowa.
Further It. porti from thu Morula and
Flnoda-Counoll ItluUH Partially man
dated Considerable Human Won Iu
h. Mate, if New York Iu Mlnnoaota,
tho Carolina. Hiitl KUuwIuim.
unit tint. city, '1 urnugu trams are tieuig
sent unmiid by bt. Thomas without
Haln Warm Kvor Known
A. II. COIVH,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMEIICIAL
A. S. GRAHAM,
AN AWFUL BOLT.
Hlateril Chilli. K 111ml at thu Html" Mo
ment In Smith Waliota.
Riorx F.i.i. S. Dak., .Time . -During
ti storm lightning struck the Hliss
miin school house, twelve miles south
east of Flundreau, 3. Dak., killing Bis
Hint over. II.
with una J'.",'
.... ..n....- .... .......I..IHI1 ...fine ui;t.
Mi iik wy,... - r;, , ..
tVI nf tertll
Ileal Bit Of Ufth
No belter made, no matter what yon pay,
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at law,
Will practice In the loth and lUlh Juuirlnl
litalricte f North Carolina and in tlie J'
,,,., Court und the Federal Court ul tlie
Western lilatrlct ol North Curulliia.
nm Kill in .
', hO. I'. OiVIMIHIS, TIIOB. A. .IONBK,
ItuleiiiU. Jab. t. MahTIN, A.lievlllc.
AVIOSON, MARTIN & JUNKS,
Attorueya nnd Counsellors at Law,
.........111.. N IV
...... .i i.. ii... i in, lintl 1'Jth Indicia!
iKslllcts. anil in Hie Supreme Court "I Nt.rlli
.,..11..,. .in.l ill the l ilii:il Curia ol the
tVi-Birrn liioliiel of S.irth Caiiilhm.
KelVr to llmik ul Anlieville.
Architect and Contractor.
I'litua. apedllelltlona nno eMiiuim-"
uIbIhiI. All work iu my line euntru. ted l.,r.
nn.l liueharKea lor driiwiuiia on tmilnulB
Melemieva when ileBireil. ,..,,,
xii.v! No. l'J lleiolry Hloek, North Curt
Square. AHlu ville. N. C
J. W. UULLlNVii,
I will pruetiee lu theelty ami Burrmiudlnc
I llllce nt W. I'. Illanton A: Co.'a Blalile, "0
S,.llth Muin atreet.
. II. KI'.HVIiS. II. U. 8. I II. K. SMITH. 1.I.S.
Dr. Reeve & SiuilU.
m Coonully BuHillim, over Redwooil'i Store,
Teeth extraeted without pain, with theilew
auiiathetif. una uiieuaea oi ,r";;j;,Jj,V
Mirny of tlm Hrnldeiita of Oouucll llluffa
Dks Moi!tB8. Iown, June 8. Reiort8
fm. i 'o,,i-ll UlultB sav all tho noutli-
wtwtorn p:irt of the city wiih ikhmimu uy
u'u.inuuiinv niirlit'a Hloriu. and HlHI rusi-
dentM were couipt'Ui'd to duwrt their
hoiuoH. atany will Iubb their enure
Uoiifi'liold I'tToctB. .
Tilt) villiiKe of Munawa, south or that
citr, on Lake Manawa. ta nndor Bvo
..n't ol wat.T, and entirely di'serted.
The tenitory in the south part or
Council JJIuIIm for a distance of three
niilen to tlie aoutheatit is umlor four feet
of water. , ,
A the farniH in th Pl(?wn valley,
which iiicliuloH Uoimiur, Haa'ldell and
Cn sci nt t.iwnshiiB, are tioodod under
three feet of water,
In CasK countv thuJCSotna river is out
of itH liaiikH und ovefflolii thu Ixittoui.
Corn llold. on the low IiiihIb are BUb-
morni'il and the erojw are ruined.
Thu sehoul UT.uwa Il.Mroycrt.
Near Aiiuub a seh.iol hotme was de-
stroved and twenty-live cliuuren ni-j.......i
J . . t , 1
At J'errv a scoiku iu.uw, wn o...-v-and
b.'Uvieii thiiiy and forty nupils
hurt, some wrtousty.
Near llnuno, luwa.
Tliursdnv a cyclone in Union town
chili, twVntv-five mile nontbwet of
Manic, caused K'reat de:t ruction of iirop
eriy. Tlie villae of Mineral Bidne was
HWeiit bv tlie Htorni. which levelial
everything in itB path. The house of
Kdward Friedlv wiih first taken ami
Muttered to iliu'wiuda. Tlie filially wiih
buritnl in tlie ruins, and Mr. tneilly
.,.m t,,U i,nt. daiiiferoUBlv wonndwt in
the head and insensible, the otberM ea-caia-d
with slight iiijuiien. Several
small buildiiWK were destroyed. Cropa
and fruita Milicrcd Kreatly.
Terrllle tinle Hut No Itnln.
Clinton. Iowa, .Mine . A icrnnc
Kale blew hi re from 10 to llinrwlay.
nea tlu iiown inw.
hoiihe la-lonsms to iteow iiav..t.ii
and son. takiii.n away part, ot the roof i,t
the hiKli mii.ail liullilila,' m uyuua nuu
doiiiK other fiuiilar tlainni.'e.
It caught the Hteamer Num. Ii'lon:?
iiiL' to the r.voiis Liuniier company, op
posite Lyons, with a 1 raft, wreckniK
two lirafls valued at :f:t.il(K).
A hri.ticc on the Chicago, DurliliKton
and Oiiincv railroad over Keiltork
olmtKh' ciinirht tire. destroyiiiK t.S teet
dl ii sorbn' liains could not enma. Not
.. .1... ..I' rain fl-ll lllllillU' lb'1 Wlloll,
Btorni, nor were there any clouiU. but
the itnle wan terrific, coming troiu the
Ilvavlvat Halil Htm in
SlBHipa Orint IlntunKU.
M vzr.l'i'A, Minn., June 8. The heavi
est rain storm ever known Htruck thiB
region tluriiiK Wednesday night. The
Znmbro river was noun a torrent, rlHing
twentv feet in three hours. Three large
bridges leading to this place have gone
down at renin. The railroad company
loses n giv.it many bridgua i".nd 100 feet
of tr.irlt i-i this town.
A '.imilirii Kail half of the town W
auLiiii.'rhed and people are compelled to
aliaua.i.i liieir noinea inr nigiwi- n m.
They also report all bridge gone In that
vicinity. , . ..
The storm did groat dain iga to tlie
growing oropB by washing the ground.
INean till tue com "uvd iu
Two l.iltie V,' i"l Aalioru.
M.MtVl'i, .Midi.. June H The
Hteainera Viking and Consort, of Mlvhi
gau, me n-i'o.'ied str.inilod on thereof
oil Eagle harbor. U na eels are ore
laden from Ashlaii'l. ami are suppo-en vo
have gone ashore liuriii;? thick weather
Wediicdnv morning. They a,e i.i mi
extremely expose I iositioii from noith
crly to westerly wiuoH.
The lioats are owne I by Hlchrtt. of
Alpena, and other parlies. The Vilttng
waa built last vear nt UutTalo, and ib
vi.1iih,1 -it llin.oiM). The Michigan was
fonnoriv n rinhvay cjir ferry, on Detroit
river, aud valued ai
In Nmith Cnrolliin.
t'ol.f Mlitv. S. C. June W. A large
frcigtit, No. 14, winch was standing at
the station, und though UOiind time, had
out no lliigumn. Am nearly as can lie aa
ccrtnlned, Bevernl )iei'HoliH were killed,
amoiiR Iho linrortiinaieBiiio:
EngintH r Ike Williams nnd hlfl fire
mu, who are under tlie wreck.
Walter Luiigston, a brakcnmn, and
othora whose names could not lie learued,
Hie said to lie injured.
It is also reported that a man, his. wile
.i t... ,.,ililri.n. tin the Wal freight,
were killwl. A relief train left here at
once, currying physicians, who will do
all that can be tloiio for the wounded.
The down passenger is held by the
GEORGIA CROP REPORT.
Torn Ulld ottoll III Hood Condition, Mud
Worm la Trounivaoiuu.
Atlanta. (3a., June 7. The depart
ment of agriculture him Issued the crop
coming iiioipiuiiuea ot ioou, me amount
and kind of nutritive matter thoy con
tain, the wants of tho human Byntoin,
aud tho huHt way of cooking, would oft
en save fully oue-tliird, and, in many in
Btances, half the exponee. A wine econo
my in table rxpeiisoa is favorable to
health, and in this way save time,
driiRH, t'XiH'nso and doctor bills, flesh,
strength and happiness. Boston Horald.
Aunt Mury'a Itettir Part.
The fact is coining more and more
towardB universal acceptation that the
little folks are, after all, the only origi
A briirht miss of bouio half a doron
anmmers added another item to the bur
den of nroof a few dnyn ago. Bho had
gone from her homo ou Widnut IUlls to
visit a nelgntxir, aim as bub wu bouuv w
start for the return trip tho latter gave
report for Ihe past monlh, which shows irj, Bom() imtterscntch to carry homo for
an encouraging condition, especially in , t ln ving it to her, the lady
corn and cotton ; wheat and oats are '' 8 B
H. KAMSAY, U. U. t..
... i ii..ii.unir lintraucra, I'utton
Avenue nnd Muin Street.
) OIHce t
Ki-ction of Ibunptoii county was deluged
by a cloud-burst on Wednesday. Tlie
croiH hav b'en bally dannge.1. In j,
mauv pbn-es ihe tlelils are la-rtecuy
bare', Mini nol more than a half crop can
bo made. It is iiuiis.-ible now to esti-
I... ,l .i,,.r.. Many of the llllbllC
roads an bl icUaded by fa en tri es and
some briil'f'S have Ih-cii Honied away.
,l I lie II i Mate.
EiisTiiN. Mass.. June M. The heaviet
thunler shower of the sca-on broke
over Salem al Mint 1 oVlo-.-k Thursday
mornbig. The streets were Hoodrd, and
mauv oi them badly wash.sl oiu. li ilf
of li.'e ti l'plioiie laixea of tlie town were
lu IJauvera the storm was also severe.
Ilrld:;,, raiilall Mvept A way.
Mkximiu'N. Mo.. June K. Four hun
dred dvt of il- draw of the l'oiiiiaiii
b'idite, overiiie MisKiiiri river, at tins
point, wore carried iiway Thnr.-lay
iiiurning with ten pi-rsons on it. Il
ltslged limv .uiles down tlie river, ihe
passengers wore Ii"e.ien in ui
WlLl.HM-T". X. C.. Juno H. The
house ol a colored man on a f.triu near
here wa.-. struck liylig itiiiiinud a ne-i-o
girl nnd two small , bioin n were kill.sl
and iln-ir laallo consumed in the Imiid-
iug whu h was b.irui-d down.
.Mill Hurtled ty I.ls-litl'l"-l'liiivinrvTR,
K. 1. June H. The
Urowning mill, near Arcadia, i nn by
i 'ol. Tlf.iu.i- HoAie. wm, struck liy
lightning ttiiring n tniii llinrwlay
,...rti.a as bndlv ilnniageii ny treezes
and rust. There will be coiiipiiratively
1.3 fruit 21 per cent, as againt ItHI pel-
cent. List vear Thus it is seen tnai till
fruits have been more or less damaged.
Corn is reHirted at II. seven Miints
higher than last year. Much eoiiiplmnt
is made ol bed worm, especially on low
lands, nnd, coiiseiUently. bad stands.
A good crop has been planted, and it is
i. r.ii, tuiii ion.
Cotton is leported in good condition,
mid a better stand than last year. The
stand is reirtetl at im. as uguinsi ,., uir
the saiiie time last year. Some com
il dnt is made of scarcity of lalair for
'chopping out," but lair proitress ha.
Leon iniido, and the ontUaik is lavoralile.
The tlriuid Jury lind. Work to Ho.
Rai.kkiii, N. C. June 7. Tlie grand
urv bus Urn engaged for several Uays.
t .. ... ... , l...... !....! ......... .......
Hiitl Hie I liueu .-"mes runui ,
in session here will Investignte. A true
bill was found against H. S. llarham, J.
II. Wood, J. (iratit. .M x IIikiiic and
lleiirv JackMin. deiiiiH-ralic judges of
, li cli'on in West Koauoko township,
Niirtliainplon countv, al Ihe last general
clis'lion. They are charged with milking
false returns by certifying that II. P.
Cheatham received no votes for congress,
whereas il Is a'l. ged ill the indicliueut
that he iis eived many votes.
Judge Sev nr. in the United States
circuit court, held that a failure to keep
distillers' Uks is no violation of law,
that w hile the statute provides that a
willful failure to show Usiks at a distil
lery is ii violation of law, yet where no
taaiks me kept, a lailiiie U snow iiieiu
cannot U- willful.
GWYH & WEST,
Real Estate Agents.
Magnificent Residence Property.
French Broad Avenue.
"Now. Nan. von inst tako this butter-
acnteh to vour Aunt Mary. I know she
will like it."
Tho mite eyed tho duinty with longing
eyes for an instant and' then suid, with a
wiso shake of tho wee heads
"I don't know, but I'm quite sure
Aunt Mary won't care for it; she is bo
hunger and thirst lifter rlght)usness."
Cincinnati Couiuiorcial Oaiotto.
WM. R. PENNIMAN
ASHEVILLE BSICK WOF.KS,
Abbeville, N. C.
, U. HIM 1.
NltW HOUSKI NBWI. IXKNISIIUI'
ALL MtlKKKN IM I'RKVliM HNTS.
WHS. N. B. ATKINWON,
No. ail Haywood Street.
ImCja ill .
TUB I.ARUKST AND HI1ST Hul'll'I'HH IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABOKATOHItt.
CONBCI.TIMI CIICUIBT AN1I M1SIM1I KSI.INIlllK.
A .,!,.. of Metula, Orea, Cnl ort-oae, ..,
eral Wolei-a. I'erlliir, ele.
I'KIOU LIST (IN AI'IM.ICATION.
Minimi property Investigated, developed,
IxiUKht and .old.
Corrrspondenee aollelted. .. .
Sample, enn l. sent by mall or " " "
aeat bv raprcaa, chiirgea must lw piepalil.
Ageilla wunted In every place.
UU. II. C. WllLTOKHl'K,
ami fuiicus aud trees
m a Drnli athd
. Bit SlONTHLV ISKNtSI.
I. Tauau riuovwa CHANnt. Q V
naiVr tMwnrifcIFftRmoLlBt W
BMOFIUD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA fit
IN NEW YORK.
Htorin. of 1'iiu.iml Kovnrlty at Tl'lUon,
I.wton and Klaawhmre.
Vkw YtiuK. Juno 8. The terrific
thunder storuiB of last evening, through
out Ihe ni -lit and till long after day-
i ii h.hi to have beeu widespread.
From all points of the compass and
from hundreds of mile away come
stories of Hoods and havoc by lightuing
,,,,,1 liiirh winds. Several lives were.
!., In and aliout the city several
lniildimiK were struck ami
houses in, roofed
Wh.kin. N. Y., June A rain nnd
electrical storm of unusual Severn
b tl.ij ulaee llUlIlt 0 O cloc
run. n i -- . ,
Wednesday iiioiiiing aim continuing
for several hours, illil great uaiiiage,
..iw.m iloeiv f,.:. of the Koine. Water-
toufi, nnil O '.lonsbnrg road bed. a mile
v..it ot lifi-e. Wiis w.isne,i iiiu, iireveuv
big the passaa I of trains, and a stone
intuitu the southern part of the village
was carried away uy tuo swollen wawra
of Ihe creek. ,
Ll'WtTON, N. y June 8. During the
storm Wednesday night Mr. Earl's
' i,..,w.. on the Kid i re road was
struck by lightning and burned to tho
ground. Uavwanl s cxiensivo oarim
i h.. H.n im mail were destroyed. A large
...uii. ... i i 1 on ihe Home. Water
town mid omlcnsbni-g railroad ututdng
a BUsiMinsioii of trallic.
lettveeti Alt lea and It itnvln.
Ati'Ii a. N. Y.. June H. The Hats lie
i t,',i.. ,.iul liataviaare all under
u.t..r. There was a wreck one utile
.t,,i,.a m the Hrio Tliursday
nioriiing. ullioie-ii ui ikhi. . a
i... , , ,'jisH.,iifi'rn wrin .......o-
lllll, a e ,o " ' - . . ....i.lu
ferred. There lias neeu ioi,s,.,e. ......
dinnuLro all along the line. Muuy farms
ure under wuteij
LANfAHTKft, N". Y., June S. The Hood
u..m i.... ..vteiis vo Hero, who noose
,. i, i i ii
U.......I in i I le creult. in ionmi,n
nil the creeks being over
tludr luiiiltii. Siany small iiin.Men
- - .... , I.I, u.U
..l'i.iiI aUNIV. All.'lO V.UO u.wvw
ado of Wains here.
l-.,l..iv llealinyid ly Llalitnlng,
" .. u rri. A..,..
I lswr.de . pi. i., eu'ie o.j "" -
threshing inacliine and reiuier .worn,
silu.i-.ed in lliu oius, ins
were struck- ny "K""""".
uib'hl and burned. Loss if.il.o.nt.
Heavy It llu. ami ' '" ""'
Hi liionilieni nun i.mio
Olt.vNiiiA ii.l.1'.. Out.. .Intie H.-A tre-
ineHdi.ns tliimdcr sionu si....a ..e.o
Thurnday ufterniMin and eouliiiucd tor
fimrhotu-s. Two null uains wr.o ...
ried nwuy and a torrent of water flowed
through the village. nio" "",
Canadian l'ueiilo railway tracks, a uum-
tmr nt bridires. and several houses,
trees, etc., were swept awujr.
shingle mills were demolished,
(In tiie Jlcxienn llurder.
FiiAN iSfi. June H. The army
heailiiuarlers is advised that no Apaelns
ive letf the rS:m t irios nwinii"n.
now lli'UeVisl Ilia. Il.lioies iinno, i- is
nve crossed into Mexico. Ihe tr.iis.
ho are slutting posi.ion . aeuis- i.e-. .-
er. Have oi-en in-i.oi o,
murderers on siglil. ilie sis-reiary oi
war e.rts to reeeivo penuissiuii uiu
the Mexican government to allow our
triops to enter .Mexico.
Moped Wiih One of 111. IMIIenla.
T.i Citi'CK. M lune K A sensa
tion has been create ! here by the eloa
meiit of lr. J. W. Mor.el 1. a prominent
,.l,vJeijin. Willi May Moulder.
one of hisltitietil. and the daughter of
of the leaning iiieii ii.nen ...
Jiiirrell leaves a Wlie ami run,,.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE !
Rill lift In anv Lsmti without danger ot
Exniorilna or taking fire. Soe that you
get the genuine. For sal by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AS1IBV1LLB, N. C.
All Ai-eldenlHl Cut I'rodinira llelttll.
Sl.vftiN. tin.. June 7.A verv singular
accident hnppcm-d on the Macon and
ilirmiiighaiii raili-oad. While working
una liesllu, W.T. Mcliargli. a ciiipuu
ter, cul hi- leg with an adz, mukiuga
wound alort four inches long and an
Inch deep. T ie wound was diosscd by a
phvsieiaii, inai notliing serious was ni
prehended, t ut the young inun tlieil in
this fitv. He ate n reasonalily hearty
breakfast, hut ilia short while la-gnu to
glow worse, aud at e u'cha-k he was u
cornsc. lie isaU'iit ill yearn old, and
hUboiiie was in Twiggs county.
( a- slit After Four V.ara.
n-... , v n .Tumi 7. Neurb
four vear i the reulence of Ylr. II. 1.
..r..i w : s i.urnisl. niNir what Is now the
town i.l ii'cti iilf. A colored man nuiiied
J.icl; .lone-. -vas su-lss-lcd of thecinue,
, . - iiKliinsi nun wa-. not
arrant hi" arrest, and the
d iipisl. A few weeks ince.
! -'.ives were given the ca-e.
1. .vas Ills urrest a few days 1
,i .il four years, justice may
Ttrnta In Philadelphia.
I had occasion tho other day to make
Inquiries concerning renting rooms rot
business purposes und waa imtouiBhed to
find that no mattnr how high ono wont
In some of tho new and magnlfiocnt
structures lately erex-ted by varlO.us com
panies, tho rents were higlicy still, 1
could find nothing uadur .o0 or i400 a
year, and tliat for ouly one room. In
fact in several buildings I was told that
they had nothing under $700 aud folt no
anxiety about securing a tonant. 1
should think there are many people who
would bo willing to pay a moderate rent
for small olHeos, and a building erootod
on this plau would liay, but in thoeo
davs wheu bo much is demanded by ten
ants, Biioh as stationary wash Btanas,
electric lights, motwenijer calls, etc., tho
rents havn to lw placed high. Philadel
Wortli llunclrcfta of UollurH.
My wife used only two bottles nt
"Mother's Friend" before her third con-lincim-iit.
Says she would not lw with
out it for hundreds of dollars. Mad not
half lis much trouble as before. Iiock
Milks, Lincoln I'nrisli, La.
Write llnidlicld Regulator Company.
Atlanta, Ha., lor particulars. Uy nil
' i ' I
liuitti r v
liowev, i .
and lii' i
ne ,h .!-,
The Great Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming One of America,
ixilctoua, SlrraelAcafne to tht KtntM.
Tea and coffee cheer but do
not nourish. They even leave
Ian injurious effect upon the
j nervous system. Indeed, there
is no beverage like
ci... i...iir li..is secured a warrant for
the arrest of t hi
eliiiH!rs, and has started
Btr-ci. Wis.. .Hum ine .ne
'iti,.i- iti lawn fearfully hot lu
nl !.tmtrukui) ure reiuirtcL
A I'orrliaudrsi 1 mUeo.
A New Ilamiishiro boy, eevend years
lieforothov. . loiiud hiints lf in Little
Hock, Ar'u., i hen ono of the Indian
agencies, lio la-gati us clerk and lin n
i ,n. .r.-!unit on his own acrtniut.
Iiiia U'lore tho war net ual'.ycoinini need
lie eouiiaeheuded the political MUtation,
1 i IKIUV n-b-n he felt sun" Ids state.
with othcrsonthem slates, woiii.iian.iiN
lu. ,nvx.,l,nl to disiHisc of his lu'go suari
...! i....iiwl lli, i kii'iie ill cot l"ll. He
. ... .i ,. u..elim I
.............. , .i i. ... ,i...
..il. uii. Hi-tuu Uv liiva.l'il His cn-
r..l..,,.i.. friends in Lit tlo U s k Ltuglied
,,t lit.., t.dliinf him that the Vliliki
e,,iil,l cmllsi-ato his cotion. llo said
Jioi'. .. more mischief. Tr.K.iis have his northern syiaitlii.s.
la-en culled for. The Indians are angry
laicause the former agent, Jennings,
A COMPROMISE REACHED.
When tlm Cnloii luv.ivlitig force
Mule Ris k his cotton. aluotlUt-
ing to several thoiuiand balm, was selm-d
mil si-nt mirth on government in unt.
After a little he succwil.sl In retting
iiin.uirh the t'oiifwlerntu liti"s. and ar
rived iu Now York alMiut tho time his
ml urn arrived, lie al onco ircaonlcd
,l,o,e H, lestioiis. and nil llnw iuiik-is i u .,,,, t it,., mivcrmn, tit. They lii-
ihat have la-en signed heictoloie will la- , , , , ,,.,. nc m,t it on tho rise
returned in tlie men n" sign,,. . f tl( 1imri.t , WIV t fil.s.1 p. r ismnn.
Mr. Rahliell Wlllidrnwa Ilia tin't lolls and
a strike la Avoided.
Atlanta, Oi.. June 7,-There was il
uufeielicein .Savaiuinh U-lwisli l hlel
A..il.i... ,,C I ie ll'nt lel'lliMHl O' uaiillio-
iiv Kinrhim rs. anil 'r. I'd KliiMa-tt.
niamiirei ol Ilict eliirai raiiroun.
result of that meeting
(nilil el with-
tint.. Juno 8. The
heavy rain of Thursday afternoon swept
BwaV two large nun uiuiia.
was'tloisled and irany business and pri
vate dwellings were carried away, leav
ing a number of fnniiles lKimelosB and
de.tituto. The total loss is entimatod at
over 1 5,000.
, .... ilia firnnd Trunk,
L-.NDiiN. Jnne 8. -The raltii rtorm of
m. .......... i.-.i n limit ISO feet or
lIllirHllllV WIII'IIHI oov - .
the embankment on the main line i of t ie
ii...i Trunk mud between Kokouioa
a ui'..n.,,i M,.iii.ioeiit has Us-ii reached
The gisl of tin npronilse is inai me
Urnlhcrhiasl or ls lotive r.nginis-i
will lurni-h ihe necessary information
i.l.oni mi- of its iiieiiila-rs, and mil not
,.,l me pi'lellt men IO uoiu pose
lion. The I'.rollierlKssI of IsH-omotivc
Lngineers Is one of Hie greatest oiganl
w.lioiisiii tins cunt iy-wiso iiml con
wrvnlive. luil linn in maintaining their
rights. The following, in substuiiee is
tlie new ni-ri cnieul : ....
Tin culm 1- :ter containing t wenty-
tiiieouesiions i..a rtaining In the l'"st
iwordsof the eiiglms'i-s. and e.aeling
nleilires finm Ihcm. of which one was lo
iibsUiiu from inti xii ating hiiiors while
iu the coiiiipiiv's service, and another to
not onlv keep'uway I rum plnci-s where
Honor is sold, hut to lend their Inlliience
to keep others away, were setlhsl al tlie
conleieiiee U-twis-n Chief Arthur ami
theolticttsol the Cenlial ruilroad by the
withdrawal of tho circidar. and subsll
tution of a new contract in thenaliire of
Mrlk. Averlad Adjiiatiniml of lllllerei a
The new contract is sail -tactory. nun
theinljuslnientof all tr.nil.l- Is eompli'le.
The cotittacl Is us l.dlows :
"The llrotherlusid of Iicoinotlv'e I'll
glneers, lliiuugli its grievance coniniit
ten, herebv agrees and contract . to us.'
i. . L..... n1. .i j imliv iilniillv and rii n t-
IUI ia-nfc v.1 ", .-I j , f
Ively, to prevent the Intnahictioii id any
Incompetent men Into tiie train service
of the company, and to use every ellorl
ln getting lid of any incoliits'lent inen
who mav now U- in the employ ol the
company ; to reHirt any ilerile tloti on
,i... ....... ..r in ,. i, nihil e ! that il further
agrees to liu ltis.li liny' itifornialioii in its
possession, or that It nniy U' ithlo looh-
! . . , ..i I......u U.I....1 ll I...1 IIIHIII
nun nisiui .ini,i,,v,-n, .
to do so by tho company. I ns ngi. e
meiil shall remain in elfect during tlie
iieniiency or the agreement unieu
vemlier I, lfll. and Is a compromise of
the dilVerencins existing as to the answers
of individual engltmers already employed
of the questions contained in the blank
of apiilicatlon for sorvice."
ha eost iiveraieil him aUiiit six cetits.
The transirtation lo New York cost
l.lm nolhitlir. TialllV Im'.S'CtllileS Olie of
llu, most eletr.mt liintisions ill Coiiennl,
N. II. , mi the site of the nini strid lumn
.lead, has bur one child, and has mi an
nual Income of several thou-ands, Hus
A l-snil Wlthnul Ii,-M.
riapiiy Heligohuid! The'I'ulation of
this linv but favori-d Isle now nunilier-
lug U.liiSl souls Is reported In la- Increas
ing'; so is tho revenue, which amounts to
4,911.1. Moro will factory still, thlsfionr
tailing laweKsloH htid at the closo of 189
absolutely no lliinuiim isiyonu a sum ui
10, and oven tint was only outstanding
liooatw tho ipwuuiil was somwiow pro
wnUsl too lute for payiiunt within the
yiair. Altoj,-ither. Heligoland sots an
.,lLt cxiunulo nelghliors, and
this is the morn noticeable becanso thorp
was a lime v. In n 11 fnnsl far ottierwiso.
In noting Willi jmt iride that his snh
jivts uro "01111.111 mid orderly." Oov
ntiorltar''lveApi,ise:ia hos. that tho
evil da' s of debt at"l lmlltical discon
tent, of which tlio reports of sonioor ins
i risliKiuasoi'a ib'ow so dlaiiuU t lmtnro,
i forever. Like A pmmt ruler,
however, be reminds the liellgolandcri
Hint the prosiK i'lty of their tight little
island, de)a'tiditig us It d.a-s on stimnier
il.ilM'M. Is necvi arily in-ecarlous, and
ixi rcscB bis del, niiinalioii to keep It
Hiilii'lent Bitm in ri'servo to moot tho Sf
liouscotitinKcncvot "a mm uaiuing sea
son." London lelii.raiih.
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
It stimulates and nourishes as
Inono other, leaves no bad I
effects and Is a flesh-former
of the most approved type.
n.VA HOCTES1HI COCOA ("one 1
j trteiUlway. niwd' '). Taa .iroas aaavtako
, It with pleural- sad Ika w. wit
! laiMally. The memos Seu of tea J
mat voava an obviated by lu Meadr I
I uaa, and aarroii. dlMrdrr. are i
I ll.vod mad ptsjv.uled. Ilelleloo. to
E ........... mi utlelnlhe worl.l.n I
Eauk run novr..'-'
E i-AKt-Noo fiiru. -
In Its First Stages.
114 rur. yaM tfrl Ihe arnHlaw.
We Offer at Private Sale,
AT FIXED PRICES
marked on tlie plat nt 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 ILpts ere
with Fine Oaks.
iiovltldNwlv tu thu ant
The house has 10
them quite large.
TYLER DESKS-200 Now Stylet).
.VIM HDYAL TYPEWRIT!. OABtWITS.TA.
BLEB. CUAIR0. BOOKCASES, So,,. I RnlueaaRaUl
and Sp.el.1 DltwmaU. OataliHlM for lW) bo IMOjr.
1.10 hp), WiulratHl. Book (esii ?ola. !,
TYLER BAMK MUNTERS.
TUBE DESK CO., ST. LOUIS, M0., VM.L
llaahud to Ileal Ii on tltiallnimoRa, Ilnma
and ( oll.iulma Head.
UoJIB, (lu June 7.-iirloiis rumors
have reached here of a fright n l accident
at Tolllver's. n ting Million W mile. nUive
i Hi., i'l iliiniaimi. Hoino and ( o-
hinibits rniboad. 'i he demlla. up to this
I,' I. 1,11,1. It la reiHil'ted that
froluht train No. 1" ran into the local
B. F. P. BRIGHT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
lt. IIATTLK'S OFFICII.
Many jasiple would Im economical if
they kiiew how. It Is nn nrt to practice
economy. To do it well unit must kno .v
the nil. All can have it If thev will. It
is an arithmetical art. It Is the conclu
sion of iiuiulnirs. All must live anil
onuht to Hvo well, but how to live best
at tho lenst rxponso Is tho work of flg- Bn0QE CARRIAGES, BLACKSallTHINO.
tires to i. ii. " ."" .rr, ,mi, l
ways and means and compare tnnm. JZtZ ha?Vt mv .ml onCo.ii-ae
a, . .viw.naivn articles of """I " ". i-...i......'. .ml. lea. I am l-l
um' i" " . ' Mni.nr".,iv.:,::.iHo...rkiiiiiin.
ter pre pa" "" V. .1 V-.i..a manufaet-
fiaal and dress when cheaper ones would
bo In every way better and more son-ii-o-ablo,
EsiKH ially in regulating tho table
expenses is thero a groat want of econo
my. A little useful Information oun-
X . ....... . ... 4 -
S.!...J: ii.......... and Cnrrlnura manulnet.
rr. - , a. .h u.lna are aisf-
a.,, -..rwnirii ore cuiH-rieuecd and aaJiuuianu
my rhariiea an muilerata.
central and most convenient.
The prices now fixed upon it arc
good till .Tune 15, and tho terms
Only 20 per ct. Cash.
CALL EAKLY AND GET
Southeast Court Square.
I V ir.