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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1800.
Propotiitlon to Build a Grant
Monument at Baltimore.
To Bo Paid for Exclusively By
DUfu.ted With th Slow Progress Mad
Toward Kneeing a Sullabr Manorial
la Maw York, They Daatra to Do II la
Testimony of the Appre.latlon of
Grant's Generosity Toward the south.
W ahiiinoton, Juna 14. There la
growing discussion among the Mnry'
land M-CoufeUi-ruto over th propo
sition to have their comi-mls unite and
bolld a tiioimuient to Grunt. On of
these, writhiK to Tlie Eultimore Sun,
I agrw In part with Ol. H. Kyil
Douglas, in a reveut issue of Tim Sim.
For-reanKim tminoU liy him 1 wouM have
-Confilirat all .uvr the Unttt-rl
Htatos unite in erecting; a lim'nlni-wit
rapmiiiieut to th memory of Uun.
Oraot. I vrmiM, moreoviir, have thuso
who were Iwitfu thus coiiimoiiiorste
their own lofty appreciation of the nmg
asoimlty eti-nitisl them In the hour of
tb rrast r'eiloral uhieftHin'i triumph.
But I wouM have nothing to lo with
that atill-burn ntfnir in New Yorlt-th.it
daaj memorial of the ilivul. I would
bolld a new monument one aiu-h oh
only the pouth; oritfinalitr of the south
can design, iiikI only wwui-hrartexl, nn
pensionis! rmf riirn litx-rality can rear.
I would build it. mit in "New York,
but in a southern c-uy, on the bonier
Una of travel totweoji the irreat sections,
ne already ! he shrine of Interstate pil
jrnruajres, and known the world over as
the 'City of Monuments.' I would Imiltl
it in Baltimore,
"El-' 'onfoderntes everywhere, let n
testify in tola lid, durable form, that
wherever the gosis-l of miignaniiiiitr to
the fallen is pr.-iK-insl shall this deed of
Iran. Oram's le apokeii in monionul of
him, and for all time to come let us thus
refute the lie that the south, otherwise
admittedly noble and brave, in disloyal
lo the restored liiion."
Cnl. Honglae' Vtewa,
Col. rni((laa hue previously written
thil on the subject:
"Now thiit the south ha flnk-hei. and
unveiled the statue of Lw in Hiehmond,
whf not turn over to it the Grant mou
anient in New ork and let thi-ro com
tleto that? The north 'W not went
dtataavil to do it. Let that tnomitneiit
committee m-n.1 word aloiu the line
tbut ex-Confolnratiu muy finish tins
niemori.il, and then mark you how a
few dollars rwixi and a few more there
will be shell, -d out from the liht
pocket of many thousands who fol
lowed Leo until tie-re h,ill be enough.
There will not he million of dnrats
fruui ostentations millionaires, ninny
barons and politteiaii. with anew to
witulward, hut it will lie clean inn. Unix-Irish
"The monument huilt bv it will not
U hnfvly ijMiiil, but it will 1; more
enduring Mum brass.' Whv will tlie
boys in (tniy ,W this All for the sake
of 'Mursc R IsTt.' They have not fnr
jrotten GrMtit'n ldii-rlv cimrfetf- to Lee
at ApiMiwtt.ijt -tho 'brtrthtit-t of the
bright npofx in ln re nl. They have
mt forgotten thut when mune pirit
bellum lnjaliste would have indicted
Lee for treason tirnnt irtn'telud hi
awird acrrwd the Falslaftiiiu path and
aid, wiih an oiiiinou primness, that
hia parole to Lee must bo nwpected
nd tt '
Lpun tin- first cotnmniiicarton The
Pnn. nnder the iviptioa "A Southern
MonmiH-nt to tirnnt." remark:
"We pui-Ii-h eleelier' a communica
tion from mi ex ( ioiif.lerata pToposin
tlie ere't4on In UnJtinmro of a etaMite to
Oen. (iranf. to bo bnilt enclasivery liy
the uri:rlj.tloii8 of aoathern Kildiem.
Ha things it eminei.'ly appropriate that
the vaninih.!l fhonbl thin 'cumiitemiv
rate tlieir lofty appreciation of the mag
nanimity extended them in the hour of
the arent Fwleral ohieftaiu'a trininph.'
Buch a memorial, he nays, would be the
bast refutation of the slamler tht the
aouth in dWoyal to the Union.
"Baltimore, fiur onrresjxindmt thinks.
U pcculUrly auitel for the home of mich
monument, ne it is mmthern in aurti
ment, -(jn tl boarder line of travel
between the great Keetnne, and known
the world over at the dty of monument-.'
Tin mgffention will attract
wide attourion, and in worthv of cousid
rathn, Vnriug the celebration attend
ing the nnveihntf of the Lee ntutue tn
hichmond, when a rewdntion was in
troduced m the house of refirerieutatiTea
Rrovidiug for the appropriation of tiM,
lO for the eomptetiou of the Grant
monument in New York, Tlie Bun sug
gested thut the i-sith would be glad to
contribute to the fund if an opportunity
were given H. and our corTemintident
eoiumiinicHtion u only one of lmndreda
Of eTldnncm of tlie generous and patri
otic spirit that prevail in that section.
"The south rheriahea especially kindly
feelings toward (ron. Grunt Us-au he
howed himself aa generous nnd cliival
roaa In victory aa he woe able and per
levering in war, and there are prolwbly
thousands of e it -Confederates who would
be triad to contribute to such a fund aa
uggeeteU by our correspondent, if the
proposition should aeeumn practical
ahape. lialtlmore would undoubtedly
be proud to add to her many noble mun
iment a fitting uiciuorml, erected by
runthera funds, to the soldier whoee
voke wna among the first raised for
peace and for the rentoration of the
oirlt as well us the form of trne polit-
L 'i, 1 nnli ,n a
a good find.
Pravlalnnal Ounitllntlnn of
Lnwer Calirornla Vlllbualara.
8am Fhanowoo, June 14. A special
from San Diego states that l'nited .State
Marshal Card, during his investigation
f the tllibnsterlng movement in Lower
California, which was recently expiated,
unearthed a copy of the provisionni eon
tltntlon. This ho baa forwarded to
Washington. Among other things the
constitution provided for political Seo
4om from the United Btatea or Mexico,
the delegating of the people's authority
to a council of administration for the
purpose of a war of independence, the
calling of a constitutional convention at
the end of the war, and the suspension
of the habeas oorpua during Hie, preva
eooa of the war. The Constitution also
pTwNcrihed the duties of the council of
PAID THEM m THEIR OWN COIN.
Kowanapor Mae Retaliate on Rualnest
Mea Wba lied lanoreil- Then.
A4lw celebration of the arrival of
new Ounnun staunslilp )lie other day,
cards were sent to the leading shipping
Imjs and the nowapaper offinos. A Jolly
lot of men, almost entirely Qennans,
turned the affair into a great merry
making tn which they Ignored the nowe
pTer men or so nearly Igiioned them as
to be very rude indeed. After tlie coffee
wna erred 1 eiieecliee were made, oil In
Oerman. When Chere was nothing else
to do and nobody left to talk, Oeynan
remarked tluit there were some nswspar
per men par-soot ana i.oat aitnougn ne
guppoeed not any of them oal unueratoou
what had been oing on the rest would
like to hear froin.tb.ew,
In rouDontw) to" that invitation a cultl
vatod young gentleman repreeouting one
or the dill Men aroso ana rnaue on eio-
ouent addresain Dure and brilliant Upon'
leh. The Ucrmaus stared at him tn
amazement and could uot understand a
word he said. When he eat down there
arose a mild mannered, studious looking
reporter of another of the morning pa
pers who proceeded to deliver a speech
entirely In Latin. The Germans stared
still harder, and redo and discourteous
as they had shown themselves It was
evident that they began to havo qualms
of cunwience, hen the second reporter
wit down a third one, a hntdeome gray
hatred limn, "WiK'what famous in gen
eral literature, found his feet and pro
ceeded to expri'ss some interesting senti
ments in the pure nnd scholastic German
which ho bud learned at Hcldelliorg.
As he finished nnd was alsut to sit
down he remarked to the inerahants and
steamship men that it was a mistake for
tliem to think that Ih had not under
stmvl them during fh course of their
-Wa monopidy of the occasion; thut,
as a matter of fact, In spite of their de
fective grammar and clumsy diction, he
thonght he hod nndiTstoixl every woH
thuy had suld. Juliuu Ralph In Chat
ter. Wauled tu A i rest St. Paul.
There is a Wreck benevolent society In
mstnntinoiile which rtventlv had ''
f:u-i.m to pubjishu pamphlet on its work,
union the title, page 'there woe 'put a
(notation from rani's epistle to the G. Ita
lians. Very soon iiftiT it njieired a io-
lico ofll.s r ciuno' to tu printing ollli e
md cViiimslisl of the editjir that be
should give him information nn te wli.'
this Paul was who had Ix-en writing fc-f-tcrs
to the people ft Galata tone of f ho
imrbs i f I'iMistanlluopli'), as he had or-
b rs b get a copy of these letters and to
bring the aforesaid Paul to hendipiarters.
The editor explained that 1'atil isuild not
! !f sight to head'jnnrters; he wnsilead.
Imt the functionary retorted that ms
orik rs were to bring l'aul, ami if he
cc.uld not liring 1'hI to bring the editor.
It wna of no use to prot.t tliat Paul had
hs'II in heaven for clghNvn hundred
years; ninl rho islttor wits taken to head
quarters un.l put In prison for several
days, until linally tlie Greek patriari'h
intcrl'ervsl and pnwiitiil the bureau of
entorshlp with a copy of tlsi K-int of
I Null, which lie showed was addfesMsl
not to the p -opto of G:ijatu, but to A
province of the ancient Roman empire.
Tins having Itii ut l;i.-t made clear, the
editor was reloaded. sum Francisco Ar
gonaut. Cheap Murtitii)r llrrssea.
There areiiiiiuun riible ways of getting
a morning dress for ultii't nothing.
Take for instais-o a wardrolw of ten
r twelve drwsm out of which tin ro
may l Imt two that nre la nule. With
a skirt the toilet la half complete. It
n:ay lie bright and light, plum or lavi.-li-ly
trimmed, but so long us it is neat it
will bo prttty. If there Is no available
wuist a blouto of silk, flannel or cum
brio can bo InKight at from HO cents to
si.1, or faOiioml at homo for half the
A wide awake lady tn Wiwt Twenty
sixth strt'f , who has pupils as well as
small childnm to euro f.r, wreirs a cast
tl Immn silk skirt sliom of its former
glory and a 1 shirt waist of spiiggial
misb"!, liolted In uf the waist. These
H uiste costdicr 80 cents each, lint la-fore
fairing shu Is obliged to buy material
and make new sleeves.
Insteud of lrsikitig (jnoer, as you may
imagine, sho lxks neat, fresh and pret
ty, for tlie wnist is well starchinl nnd at
her throat blio wears a sailor knot of soft
silk.-Now York World,
Wlw-n Hvnojtnr Manford Waa foe a.
Lcland Ktaufonl once told mo thut ha
mo-le f 12 rhe first yenr that he practiced
hiw tn Wtscoiisiii. IIh hud one of the
finest law libraries In the uorthwct and
was doing well, when a fire broke out
nnl trto im this ami tlie tlilrreen inort
gages which then contained the lulk of
his accumulations. The result was that
he was rnlurwd tn fX""!, and rather than
rebuild he decided to go to Califoniia
He there la-vame Involved tn bnslmw
and ruilmuds, and lnetcad of being a rich
WiHCimstu lawyer he has become the
hnndresl inillionntro United Btatcs sen
ator. Washington Letter.
The Coat of ntamp Alhiima.
Dig dealers publish stamp albums fot
culli-etprs, some of which cost as much
as ifJO and are very elnborute, thotigti as
giMsl a one as auyboily has reason to
want can be had for $.5i, with printed
spaces In outlhio for tho ftain, contain
ing descriptions of the stamps to tn put
in each spot ami pictures of the designs
on tho stamps where they are desirable.
Every stump known to collectors is pro
vided for iu this way, and new editions
of tho albums are printed every three
yours to provide for fresh issues.- Ex
change. Rational A rr hi teeter.
The vor art element of architecture
ha been the cause of ta degradation.
From the niuttt useful of art it has lie
oome mostly ornamental. From mean
ing and expressing the utility of an edi
fice it has come to refer to Its appear
ance only. People have forgotten that
It arose from the necessity of man fur
sheltot, and view it as a product of
tn study or or tbe studio In which
beauty and tmtlintio effect ar the only
enile sought, wluTe utility, convenience.
xpreaslon of intention,' bare all become
secondary considerations. Nothing could
oe more erronoona, nothing more fatal
to tbe production of sound architecture.
Architecture is not the product of the
Imagination, bnt the result of experience
ana loremgnt. ine painter in hi studio,
or the sculptor tn his, has nothing to dlo
tate to his thoughts or force them into
oertaln channels. Ills fancy is free, and
he allows it to carry him where tt will.
The architect, on the other band, is lim
ited by Innumerable requirements and
difficulties, all of which are real and
physical, and all of which must be over
come before his work can be a raocess.
His creations are not Intended for the
decoration of gallery or to be preserved
nnder glass, but they must stand the
test of time and of climate, must bear a
relation to the manners and custom of
tbe day. Darr Ferree In Popular Science
A Olsrleal Krror.
Merchant So yon want to attend to
the correspondence. Hare you bad much
Applicant Wall, rve, got a brother
who is a preacher. I'm not a cleric my
alt Texas Biftings.
Consldt'i ulilc Dninaffo la Various
Ports of the ('onuti y.
Telegraph and Telephone Lines
Accompanied hy Heavy Rains anil right
nlug Vary Merere at Walllnsriinl. t'ultn.
9'aetnry sta,n,y hiri. mid Uailly
flnmasril Several terauli Heiioiinl
Hart Near t'llnlon, III,
Nkw Havkn, Conn.. .Tune 14. -The
thunderstorm in Walliugford Wednes
day afternoon was very severe. The
house of S. H. Graiinisu. on Bristol
avenue, was struck and Mrs. Grunnisa
rendered unconscious tor hours. The
L on H. P. North's house, on Centre
street was shattered, but no one was in
jured. The chimney of Simpson, Hall
Miller's factory was struck and liun
dreds of bin ks knocked out. Several
the fuctoty hands were knocked down
by the shock. The telegraph and tele
phone poles were . hattered. ami Ills old
brack hoiie at North I lavi-u. built iu
ITill, was b.tdl. shattered.
Mohmii.y, Mo., .Inne 14. - While th
funeral of Mrs, .b liu Hook was ln-ing
snleiuiii'ed at Il.'llv drove church, iu
this county eilne-uUv afternoon, a
vere -lei in of rain, uccniiipaniisl by
heavy tlnmder and lightning, came up,
A large nuiiilt-r or saildle-liorses were
hitched to u i'ack which iMimis'iisl with
i barbeil wire fence. Lightning struck
the fem e and :n along by the horses
four -if 'lie-n ln'ing killed and twenty
km ked down. A woiiinu niiiinsl Mrs.
K-'Is-rt Keiigue, who was in the church
at the tmie, was severely burned.
At I'llniuii, Illinois.
t'l.lvroN, 111.. .Tune 14. The people of
Lliuton were trigliToueil neiliiesilav liv
the stuldeii -des k of a te.-rilic wlnj
storm from the west, a clou I of frown
ing. Inky bbi' k.iev pr-veling it. The
wind twi-tisl reos, carriiil Kixesaud
i-lanks in the ail and was followed hy
lieuvy hail. 'Die telegiuph Wi.ns are
down save to the novl'i ami south, and
fences and trees lie all over the inlllltrr
reports came in Wcdiio-day evening that
several men working iu the field were
seriously hurt. The damage of the
storm will u Is-twecii f hi,iuo uud
Iviusii ik. June 14. A violent
ruiu nnd thunder storm prev.-iilisl here
Wednesday ufterncsin. the rain coming
down Iu great sheets, the wind ili.sstroy
ing simile tm-s and duuiaging a few
houses. A telegraph pole at Seventh
and llelaware streets won struck by
lightning ami 'he street strewn with
wires. A uiiuiher of telephon -a iilsiut
the eity were inirued out and all the tire
lepartmeiit's wires were more or 1
duiuaged. Mn and one quarter inches
oi rum leu uuiing me afternoon.
At st. I nil Is.
ST. i.oris, June u. IIim city wns
vlsllisl Wislne day hy one of the most
phenomenal hall storms on record. The
stones were the largest ever seen here,
Tbe heavy class skylights of the Ml
aonri gymnasium were shattered, and a
skylight ucmir an inch thick on the
custom hmise was broken. All the win
dows of tin magnilieetrt Kugau building
on t Hive street were broken. After tlie
hail storm rum fell in torrents.
At I.I id a. It.
Lima, O.. .Tune 14. -Wednesday aft
ernoon a cloud-burst over this cilv did a
large amount of damage. Hani and
hail fell in tortentr, tussling siiit-ts and
cellars and beating down crops. North
of the city many thousand dollars worth
of damage was done by the storm and u
mimiier ol ucad or entile wen- kill
Ihe storm lusted almuf live niiiintes.
Its course was from soulhwe.-t to mn th
IitHMiMiiMM, Ala., dune 14 A ter
rific wind uud hail storm passed over the
northern portion of thi- inuutv lute
ednesdny afis-rnoon. l orn and cot
ton crops were entirely ilestrowsl in
iilaces. and much fencing thrown down,
l)r. Julius trreene. a proiniueiit phy
sicinn, wi-s caught in the storm,
si rues oy a railing tree and fatally tu
atriirh hy l.lglitnlng.
Nkw Youk. June 14. -The Manhattan
Electric Light company's works at
Kightieth street and Avenne li, were
struck by lightning W'educaday evening,
and a fire ensued which damaged the
work to the extent of tjni.non. The
district supplied by the compuiiv was in
iiarxiiess lor tne nt of the night.
At Cnrry, I'a.
Coriiv, Pa June 14. -A terrific Minn
der storm struck this town Wednesday
afternown. Mrs, ( onriek's n-sideme
was struck and the. was fatally iiiitirwL
Uenjsiniu Vt riglil's ll-vear-old duughter
win in rrom shiN'K. 1 lie b-legraph and
telephone wires are down all over town.
A Peare-Maker Kalallr Shut
SHKLBWii.r.i! Ky June II. John
Ulubb and Vt tills K.iiikiu. loluu-eo ten.
ants on a farm near Chestnut drove,
iuis county, uerame iiiruired In a dira
rulty over tobacco plunu. Both drew
pistols, when a Jlr. Younger, brother-in-law
of Kankin, rushed bet w. en the
two men tu separate them, ttolh Hred.
and Younger fell with a mortal wound
In his bcsly. Clubb came here and g.tve
iiiuiBfii up ami was coinmitten to jail,
although he denies tiring the fatal shot,
Malrlrlil and Sulrlda.
PnTi.AN, (Ire., June tt. At Mil
waukee, a small town alsiut ten inilm
from this city, Daniel Hsrvev. a fruit
grower, shot and killitl his aged mother
ana turn Killed ninieeir. I lie old lady
was lying iu bed when her son opened
the door and shot her through the head.
It is supposed that Harvey was tempor
A Teiaa Towa la Aahea.
Nr.w York, June 14. A special to
The World from Mhenunn, Tex., says:
Pottsttoro, a small town eleven mile
orthwest of this place, on the Missouri
Pacific railroad, i In ashes. Thirteen
of the largest business houses In the
town harve lieen burglarised and then
set on fire. The loss is unknown.
HI announced that MsJ. Wisemans
will attend th colonial congress, which
opens at Culogu uB Jul 1, by special In
vitation. The) Dally Cltlscn.
Is nlwnys nhvc to tlie interest ol
Ashevillc nml its iminle.
I the most popular advertising nie-
Ullllll III cum tii vuroiiiiit.
1 read by a greater numlwr of is-ople
than any other secular impcr in tlw
I always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the tiny.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citixkn.
News, and nil the news, makes the Cit
ixkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever mnde n errnt
success without advertising. Trv the
An advertisement In tlie Citixhm nuvi I
, . , . , , , . , -"-l
tbe advertiser an hundred fold. 1
An Amerlrun ( IMzon Roughly
Tri'iitcd In Berlin.
Unjustly Accused of Libeling
Mr. Joseph 4niinssnn, a New York Mer.
rhant, rmilliira la a filthy Cell and
Compelled to Wear Prison (larh Two
Orunken Stutlrnts Ilia Aeeiiaara Alliar-
lean Kealilenl, liiillitimnt.
Nkw Y'oiik. .lime 14,-The World's
Berlin spivial cable say
A tremendous Miisati.m has Ixsm
caused here this week by the arrest of
Joseph Joiiussoti, of the firm of Meyer,
Jonasson A I 'oiiipuny, :" Hroudway,
New York, pit the charge of lilsling
Emjieror Will urn.
It appears that Mr. Jonasson met a
couple of stiiiieuts in the evening whom
he had seen Is fore, and went with them
to several place-, when suddenly both of
them turned upon him and uccused him
of making ohjectiisiable olwervations
about the emperor, although as a matter
of fact the latter' name had never been
Joiiussoti then noticed that both the
students were drunk. He tried to
smooth the mutter over as a joke, but
they refused to listen to him and called
for the police, who were only too glad to
have the chuti 'c of arresting nn Ameri
can. They took Mr. Jonasson to a dirty
little station h-nse. where he was rudely
searched, and all his valuables, paiers,
etc., taken from him.
Mr. .l -nassou protested against this
treatment, uud called the officers'" atten
tion lo the drunken condition of Isith
students, and demanded to ls reli-ievd.
Hut till his protests were in vain. He
was sho-ed into the black nutria and
then raj idly driven to tailice headquar
ter. The officer), at this station likewise de
clined to entertain Jonussoii's protests,
slid ordered his in-taut removal to jail.
He was then taken lo a dirtv cell, coin
iclled to give up his own clothes and to
wear iiri .li g.irh. for three duys and
night lie was kept in Military cuntine-
nieni iiu.i given rissi iu a nuiiy coma
At le'ic'h. after enfferrnir irreat nriva.
fiotis. Mr .loiinssou suis-etsiisl in getting
one oi me is-si lawyers 111 iierim.
I lie two jruiiKi-n students, his ac
cusers, now any they mode ihe charge
wlnle ilnuix. and tii fn-rore remember
nothing atioiit the affair. Itut it is liardl
likely they will Is. allowed to go ui
with such nil infamous excuse.
KlTorte have lieen made to hush nathe
rase, but Americans refuse to listen to
audi a proisisul.
The ruse is still la-fore the court,
There Is no doubt as to Mr. Joiiussoii'i
ultimate A.-ou'ttal. When he Is reullv
fri-e he will probably move an inuniry as
hi the i-olnlurt of tlu-lsilii-enlllciuls, who
ruiUMsl all assistance to him.
Over l.nne Caltla Nlaiightereri In roar
Mimtlts ta Two New York Counties.
Nkw YuiiK. June 14. Owing to the
exertions uf W. Judson Smith, govern
ment agent for the eastern states, and
Dr. A. K. KolsirtMiii, chief veteriuarv
lnaiasctir for New York state, pleuro
pneumonia among cattle is now i-oiitnusl
to me counties ol Kuitrs unit Owens.
Acting ou orders from Ses-retury Kusk
ine aisrre oinc-rs. witn other em
nlorea of the bureau, ran in and staugh
ti red 1.'4 rattle found nui-tun-d oil the
commons In d- h tins- of a i-eji-nlly issmsl
order. ljirymen and dairy women as
sailed the ot i icer with paving stones,
hricklmts and other mlsib-s while thev
were driving the cuttle awav t he
killeil. The cattle coiidi-mnwl hy the
veterinary insin-eti.r are appraised and
siid fur by the government. Hilling
the last four nn nit ha I.IMA head have
ls-en ahiiiBhtered and appraised In tin
i-ouniles of Miil'S and Owens. Tlie ex
tei-iniiiathm of nii-nro imeuinonia tu this
eonnty will cause the abrogation in the
hlltflish urilir tlint all Ameriean ejtltli.
must Is-miieii in the sirt of eutry tell
lay alter uiiuiiig.
west Virginia Merrhnnls Fined for Kelt
Ing flavoring Kalrarta.
WintBfJNu, W. Va., June 14. Right
merchsnts. all well known and In goal
social and business standing, of Wetxel
county, were arrsigtied before Hie
United States court here on charge of
selling intoxicants in ine snap or cinns
mon and other exm-iicea without special
license. They all pleaded guilty and
were requested to iuiv special licsuae
and iT.'.oo penalty em h and to here
after stop the sale of llioee articlee.
UNEASY RESTS THE HEAD," ETC,
Humor of Another Attempt Agalaat th
i Mfeof IheCaar.
St. Pirrr.RMiit-Rii, June 14. Informa
tion which leads the government to be
lieve that another attempt against the
life of the exur is in coiiteinplattim has
been received. Tlie guards in the im,
iwrial tHilaoe and the approaches thereto
nave tteen reinior.ssi, and a niiiulssT of
persons ausim-tcd of complicity iu the
conspiracy har Iss-n a rested.
Afraid of l-proay.
Plllt.siiRi.pniA. June I t. After July
I, tne itna-n inn rie.iiy.eilnli enured.
which has for long tun- m il .t lined the
largest Chinese Sundae school In the
city, wul ,ivo up the work of ttsaching
ine .M.iiit 'i'an. Th - reu - m lor this ac.
Hon Is i il l tn Iw reports nf the preval
ence of ! pii sy in Ihe ('liiin-sti ouarter,
tt siting a Ckanee tti Mnesk la.
Has at iamIsi'ii. ,T.iii- 14. Collector
Phelps r'atei that I Is -i are now fully
'liltu-'i- i-neiimro 1 " No-rules, wait
ing for an oipi'tuiii,.v ,u cross tlie Max
Iran border into lie CultcsJ States.
He says that Hiev sis- lalng narrowly
watched uud will he turely captured tf
uiey cns tlie g iii-r.
A Mirlngllelil .Mystery,
HfiitviiriKi.n. (., June 14. -
Lee, s carpenter, has inyslerioiisjy dwv
appean-il. Imviiig hit family tu iiilsera-
me poverty, rrom I irnriu-itlon renelvad
It is la-lievial ho was shot iu St, Louis a
few days ug i.
The l.ant of Ihe Mpurha.
Witnaivit. Mass.. June 14. Mrs-
Mary Julia, aged 7(1 nnd the lust snr
vivor of the Muuck Ui be of Indiana.
.11. ..i it-... i i.... '
sfivi , vuiionuay.
Mr. Cicero llurkcr of Salisbury. N. C.
says, when the choice of a blood purifier
i im to mm ny in customer nc
Iwnvsaivcs the in-rfcrenue to Mr, list
Mr. Znch Scott Imnrdcd the elevator In
the (irrciialmro l-'rmnle college on the
third floor and started for the bottom.
The fact that the elevator broke got him
I I here a teiOe eke. J nf .lI..L. 4l. 1L
ikn.,,,1, ,,..;,i.i.i. i..hj w. e u
"IS" "-"..' noim mi, mull
may be said to be still inside the rope.
Conio to tho loading Dry
(iooiIh IIohso whore you will
always find a good stock of
Dry (ioods to noIwt from.
Consislinji; of DrilliantiiioH,
Ciisliiiioi'os, Satincs, (ling
liaiiiK, Lawns, Muslins, Tu
Mo Linen, TowelH, &., and
every Miing in the Dry (loot'
An endless variety of Par
asols I ron i the clieniM'st
vte nave tne variety am
disposition tt soil atu low
DOSTIC DUOS, it WltKiHT
N. 11 X. Court Squa iv,
AT THK 1
The entire stuck ut
liuluihiiK Hoe llriHHhrs, lluttona and llriicr-
1-rJ-O HE-THIRD 0FF!-l-rJ
Krgiirillrss uf cost, aa we intend In the fulurr
to Imp nuthinit hut Kuliil Cold nml
MtrrliiiK Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
LEA0IH6 JEWELER, H
Mouth main tit. Aahcvllle
n.A.IlLAiit. J. V. Dhown
No. 3 Pattou Avcuuci
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STANO
We a iv now ready, a nd in
vite our friendM ami the pulr-
lieK'iicrally to call and ex
amine our well Holected rftot
F Ult NITUItE,
Which we nre offering; at rock
Itottom prieeH. Umlertakinn:
a niKeial feature. ChIIh at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night (io
BLAIR & BROWN
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PAST HUT HOI ITU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST)
A.hevllle tn Kansas City la 87 hears,
Astlevllle to llrnvrr la at himra.
Aahevllk- tn Man Pranelaen. CalirnrMU
Purlland, Orrgun, In S dava.
Hollll Vtatilmlrd Trains Ht I nula tn L;..1
ua I'IIh IIh.II.U.-1.
For lull Inlurmallon call on us writs to
. At Bfcwlaridt
IHslrirt Pasarngrr Agrnt,
No. 10 I'slUtg Av, Aaavlllr, M.C
) CHAWl.TQsl, tl, v. A., Chiragn, in
A aVrvontf kauri mnn aalki mI i
pUUtirm whIcii. Hntiulr of '
Or KEIXY Jfc ATRACHAN.
i. . jB- .
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVIIjLE, n. c.
i : 1
A!mKicrn!ri.t claaii hotel. Hot nnd cold
Hlri'trte ItrllN In evry room, 0K-n An In office and Rrntm in bed roomi. Office, dining
rouitt, lunch counter, iHnr am! nrwi Mtnnd and tmr nnd hlllinrd room on tint Hour. Hire,
trie ntrret cam iim door every ItO minute. Kichmond and Danville rullroad eatinK hou-e,
'M minutci for mrali.
RATES, fat.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HAUYBVRTON,Prop.
J. H. HMVAN and WAI.TI-H liRKKN, Clerks.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL.
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short distance from the font of the 1-lnnnck of the lltuc KIiIkc, from which listinmii
lirecies are constsntly lilowing. The act-nrry la ili-tttrt'fffur, witlka wild anil varied, and
wnter pure and almnilant.
LIT III A WATliK A 1'liW 8TUI-H I'KIIM HMNT IK3DK.
lil.liCTKIC lllil. 1.8 ANII HATH KIIOMN.
HIMX-IAI. MATKN UIVKN TO VAMll.ltvU.
OpetiH) June ihI. For Terms, addrena
WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
a. at a ssuv a at iT, a-g.r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. Cf
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R, CO.
Wcatera North Carolina Wvi.lnn.
I'AtUtKNUKM TRAIN HCHHIH'LII
Hn HrrscT Mnrrh S.tl
Tilth Mertillan time uard when not otherwlM-
I -' .mum
0 innm I
" New York,
Lv. New Vork.
1 1 K4nm
1 2 ."tftnm
' Richmond, I
lianvtllr, I Mopm s 0.1am I
No. OS I A. U 8. R. R.
Hlslamll.r. Hot Spring., Arr.
AlAamlArr Aaheeille, Arr.
Ho p m
7 mi p oi
(107 p m
34(1 p m
loonamlAr. Ilrndrraonvllle, "
12 42 pm" HiHtrUnbnrg, I.y.
"No. a ft Ustlly tscept Hnnilay.T
Stiff, p m
IDA p IS
W4fl a m
VtOamlLy. Aaheylllc. Ar.
It 10 amIAr.
2.14 pml " llry.un City,
Nos. no and 51. Pullman Slrriwrs between
Orernatiiirn and Mnrriatown.
Nua. fi'J and A3 I'ullman HunVt Hlrcnlnu
Cars between Hot Hpringa and Washington.
Aanryliic la urrakiaat Minion lor Nu. no.
Hickory Is ' B2.
W. A. WINBtlKN, l. P A.,
Aahevllle. N. C.
JAM. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
wa.ningtun. i. c.
IMItor A.hclllc Cltlaroi
That our many friends may know Imw wa
are getting oa wc will atatc that wc took In
In Hotel and More
9,000 In Vive Week,
Took In last ttaturday over 700. 7A ol
that was hotel, balanc stort. Hotel rrgla.
treed an that day, Hail B,(M arriviils In
A month., (lur st'ek Is mammoth 8UU fct
long and IS fret wide. Tall the balance of
the world to come and see "(lid Chcd" .mile,
and buy good, of us and savs SO to US per
novtddtf . R. CIIKIIKRTKH ft HON
TLANTIC CUAHT I.INB
Oa and after thla date the fttllowlng srhed.
nlea will he run over lla"ColumblaliivlfHiin."
No. 03 Leave. Columbia" B.20 p. m
Artivea atCharleatnn....H B.flll n. m.
No. 03 Leave. Charleaton 7.KI a. in.
Arrlrea atColumlMa ll.AAa. tn.
Cnnnectlna with tralna tn and from all
nolnta oa the Charlotte. Columbia A An
gu.ta and Columbia St Greenville Railroad.
T. M. RMKRHON, Oea. Pass. Agt.
I. P. tiKVINK. lia Kant.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7a. m. Knillng IO.no p.m.
Car leaves atiuar for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
after. He bed ii le cars connect at Hipiare.
Trala car and bsggsg car inert ever.
train. . One tails allowed each passenger.
Haggagt transferred from all points In the
eity for 88 rents.
TUB AWHKVII.I.K MTRKUT RY. C(l.
M'a the undersigned hnvethl. day dlmilverl
partnrmhlp by mutual consent. All olillga
tilina not otherwise nrovliled ft.e will lw met
by f. II. Weaver. Any account due the firm
arc payable to either. T
. , .. . IIHKKlNtl at vvbavuk.
This fill da pf May, IHIIO.
The Haderalgaed hays thla day former a
name and .trie nf
Weaver A M vera, for the rmrunae ol cnaiiurt.
Ing the ahnehu.lnm In all Its braarhn, at
the old stand of Jl.ning A Weaver, an Pat
ton avenue. Tons H, Wstvsa.
I. Moaaia Mvsaa.
Ashtrlll, Jaa 0, 1SBU.
water nnd bnthmind tolktson ererr floor.
BVLOW F.RyVIN. Proprietor.
bottom. If the dealer cannot sngaly yea.
I avnu lurasa law. wry, mwu iiiaiao, hih
VV. L. DOUGLAS
rine mr, Hean aaoM uraia aaa ctii
Iteat In lha wart it. Fra
aS.OO IIEMIISI IIANII-HF.I
-t r P.SHOBV
ai.on H A N Ik.HIC 1ST Kit S'KI.T Mill
an.Ao t-iii. K-K AVit rAHMKRg' iiioat.
f 'J.SO KXTKA VAI.I'II i'Al.r SPOIL
Bj.an A aa wnitKiNnMKN'a IHAM.
n.oa and i.7a boys' m nooL saoBa.
All uuwl. la Coasrata. Buttoe aa Laots
I.7S RHOB FOR MIKHKS.
WEAVER & MVERS.
Apply to us during the Im-ianlng week Iu
rent the Risk (Junrry on the oppo.lt side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, nnd the
MM! THNKMUNT IIOllHltM
nrnr by. A good rock man can art a bar-
NATT ATKINSON K HON,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, t6 PATTON AVE., (Y. HC.A. ROOMI. )
Open dally, escept Rundays, from 10 a. tn.
until 1 p, m., and ! until 7 p.
The term, of subscription are: On. year
H; a moa., I.BO; a mo. $1 1 1 mo., BOcts.l
dally II i-U,
Oltloera for lauti I'mldent, Charles W,
Woolaeyi Vlee-Prealdent, Ttaoa. A. Jones i flee.
and Treasurer, D. . Watson 1 Librarian, MlM
8. J. Hatch.
Cltlien. snd vllrs arc cordially lpv(rd
to ltaect the catalogue and Inscribe thrlf
aaoies a members. Jsnnpdl
A NKW tlHKD. carrfullv nrroared by lead
A Ing members of the Aahevllle har inn
IihI nan hniM.1 lul kea.w Hmt nanerl. COV
.ring all neceeaarv polata, JHat oat and aow
sale at the iilfm of the CrWias PssMstf
nw cos. Ho. Nona Coart Bo