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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1800.
How is Your Blood?
I had malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knee, tod was cured sound
and woU with two and a half bottkss ol
8. 8. B. Other blood mudlcinoj bad full
ed to do me any good.
Will 0. Bkatt, Yorkvlllo, 8. C.
TIPPOO 1 RILED. THE ALLIANCE
North rnrolliiii Are
Bilim' Had Over Europoau News
FIFTY XHOTJSJLlSro DOLLARS.
To be Heard and Understood
In Them He Is Accused of Be
by the Law Makers.
ing Guilty of Treason.
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated caw of Tetter, and Uiroo
bottles of 8. B. 8. cured nw perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Maniwillo, I. T.
Our nook on Blood aud Skin Disease
Bwurr Spbcifio Co., Atlanta. Ga.
A. II. COBB,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL.
A. S. GRAHAM,
Mmee Over J. II. Law'a Store, South Main
" With Hoc
Fllllna with .liver ur nmnliintn....flOc. i7.1c
" void Sl.oomid unward,
Set of teeth '
Heat act of teeth N.oo.
No better mnde, no matter what you pay,
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice in the loth and 12th Judicial
District, of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court anil the Pederal Court of the
Western I Hut net ot Norm Carolina.
Thro. K. Daviihuin, Titos. A. Jones,
Kalciah. Ja.. . Mastis, a.icviiic,
QAVID8I1N. MARTIN JON ltd.
Attorney, and Counsellor, at Law,
AMh...-ltl. N. C
Will pra lice In tkellthand lath Judicial
Htstricta, and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, nnd In the federal Courts of the
Western IMstrict of North Carolina.
Mefcr to Hank of Asheville. dteel
J A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .peclncntion. and climates fur
Miahrf. All work In tnv line contracted for.
and no churn?, for draw-Inn on contract.
L.iir.mv. when desired.
mice: No. 1 i Hendry Block, North Court
Square. A.hcvillc, N. C. IdilUUly
J. W. ROLLINGS,
1 will practice In the city and urroundinu
llltlce at W. P. Illuntoll He Co.'. .tntilc. 70
South Main .treet. aprl
R. It. MKKVKS, U.D.S. 1 II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Drs. Reeves A Hiuitb.
DENTAL IW4 J OfflCK
In Connelly Buildlna, uvcx Keilwood's Store,
Teeth c.tcacted without pain, with thenew
anaesthetic, and all caace ol irn numniy cor.
V. RAMSAY, D. U.S..
i Office i
In Burnard Hnlldln Bntrnncca.
Aeenue and Main Street.
WM.R. PEflNIM All,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS
Asheville, N. C.
I. O. BOS P.
MUW HOUSBI MUWL fURNIMIIBU
ALL MODBRM IMPROVKMBNTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. VII Haywood Street,
THE! LAROBST AND BUST RUI'll'IMill IN
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABORATOnltk
H. C. Woltcreck & Co
CON.CLTINO CIISHIaT ASD HINISO SOIISa.
Aaalywa of Metal., Ore., Coal or Cos, win.
ral Waters, Pcrllllsara, etc.
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mlnlna property Investigated, dcveliintd,
bousht and wild.
Samples can lie ent by mall or e.pre...
seal liy eaprra., ehnrKe. muat lie prepaid
Asjents wanted la every plan.
UR. H 0. WIILTCRIICK,
m. - i
-MAKES.. OTH CA;
aSTa S. a
CER TO LIFE Op
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Barn In any Lams without danger of
Exploding, or taking fir. that yes
fl ATM '7
gel ins genuine, r tr ai ay
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
Hot Oa III Way ta tha Indian Omh m
Ra-s-srted Still -Loyal ta tha Conga
Stata and tha King of llfttsjnaa.
trlkara la Au.trlaa Nllrala De.troy
aTaoterlae and Shops a-orelae.
Karapaaa Kaw.papar Trnislatlim. lont
Suit Tlppoo Tib.
Brvrhkis, June 14. Tippoo Tib la not
on his way to the Indian ocean aa has
been reported. He went to hia great
town of Kassongo, 800 miles above
Stanley Falls, In January last, and after
remaining there ten days rtnrned to
Stanley Falls, the oenter of his Ivory
oollectinBT operation. Lieut. Saint
Marca writes from Kassongo that np-
poo Tib was In a towering rage over the
reports translated to mm from Euro
pean newspapers, aocrtatng him of being
frailty of treason toward the Congo
state, in whose service he is ensao)
At Nyungwe he aasemblod all the chief
Arabs, told them tne connery was proa-
perons, affirmed his devotion to the
Conuo state and warned them to re
member that they too were subjects of
the Kinir of Uclirium. He carries the
blue fins of the state at the huud of his
earsvan whenever he M on tne marvli.
Factories and Senna llaatrvyad la Ana-
London, June U. The weavers who
are on a strike at Benniscn, Austrian
Silesia, continue their eiceeaes, which
are Increasing in violence. They have
repeatedly attacked the factories and
ahona. dewtrovinir nil the machinery in
the one and plundering me siovks or me
other. Many bnililiugs have been
wrecked and ethers have been destroyed
tim m mca nave rwen Doweriesn to nre-
vent ut disorder and destruction of
iroperty, although they have succeeded,
n tanking an aggregate of 11)0 arrests.
In manr of the encounters Between we
mob and the police the lnttor have been
pelted with atones and other missiles,
and in some castes driven from the fluid
rj hattla. It is now nrolmlile tltat the
owners will concede the detnanil of the
men in order to save their remaining
property from destruction.
Taellmoay Devalops Nothing
Tkam aa Tai.
Paris, Jims U. -Tlie testimony In the
cases of the recently arrested Nihilists,
Riven by tradesmen and Janitors, has
developed nothing- airsinst the susperta.
Pnblio opinion is turning in their favor,
and there Is a proliabiltty ol tnoli iitwr-
Will Try to IdaaUfy Thaas.
flMi Killmndnff. a stm-tal ajrent of
the Knssian police, hus arrived In Paris
for the pnrpixe of imroiniog inroruia-
tVm cisicerning rne mnuisu recenuy
arrntleil tliara. and if nuesilite identify-
ins them. In u intervluw he exureased
luniseir as cnnnueni mat toe prisoners
wore connected with the moat extensive
and dniiKcmua conspiracy aiunt the
life of the czar ami the rnHtiinnons or
the Kuiwian giiverniunit that Nihilism
has yet organized. IiHlwd, he had posi
tive infonnntion that the French con
tingent of Nihilist, were In roHusion
with thnne in Russia sad ftwitxerlnnd to
uiurdi-r the our and precipitate simnl
tansous outbreaks In iluTerent political
Tho arrest of tho Parts Nihilists ana
viROnm-e of the Hiimian pohitt had fros
trated the plaiM of the plotters, but
they were stul active ami s larxe nunv
her of anvsM, lor wnicn prepnrauww
are now hrlnff made, wonlil be nt'Ces
sarr to then oomtilete sninre-aion. It
is understood that 'H. Hilicerstoff will
make fermial aitliration for the names
tne Knasiau oorresiionaeni 01 w
Michael Dsrllt Is serlonstv 111.
Bervia assuras AnaUla at sincere frleuil
Th. entvmony of lavlnc the fontxlstion
rtone of tha Ohuirh of AoKu.ta. k be
nrlnl in ronunf mnratimi of the late Kin
of Germany, was participated In by
tlie Emperor William and his guest, the
Prluee of NnpliM.
The fifth volume of Ryts-I's "Hl.tory of
the Oenuan Kirndre." has jiwt been pub
lished. It reveals the fart that In ISOT the
Crown Prince Krederiet William proposed
that his father assume tha Imperial ditl
nlty, bill tho emperor dretned siu-h a step
Tne Serrlnn covernmani has sslsea an
Austrian and lliuntsrlsn nrw.pspars to
ba found In Its territories cimlallihlil
Count Kslnnky's speach ta thsAnstro-
HuuMsrlsn delcKntiuns as Aiomisy. in
thisspeeoh the eonnt satd he n-urvlleil
the eaosMive arowlh of Radicalism In
Tha llntnburirur Nnchlrinhten, In de-
fendlng Prim lll.tiutrck in tho matter of
his expnmsInK III" views on uvrman kv
artiHinial uollrv lo tnrelun corresuomlanta.
aava there anreiy was no narm in tne
nSnra aanlnliilntf a nollry which th
h silica rtie m eminent adorssd.
and one which alis einpenn- aiinouiHasl bis
Intention of conlliinlnn.
Havara shis-ks of enrthousks havs oo-
ourred In the Krench department of Jura
la the Jnra. mimnlslns. Thepaopwars
pmilo stricken, and since the tlrsl of the
ahorka havs nifimrd to enter their hniisaa.
THnnamids of men. women and ehllilirti
ara eaniped out In the open flnlds. No Iihw
of Ufa la reported, but a Urns amount of
Drooertv has lawn destnirnl,
Tn tha Miinaiiriiin iifivusiion r.oum
Kslnoky snJd thsl the reroKtillloa of
IMm R.r.lltiallil. sllboiish of srast, was
yet of aeoondnry lniKrt,ttn-s. Austria, ba
said, sought to atreimthen and dsvulop
the IlidepeoileniS 01 tne naissu siaiw aa
far aa uoaslhle. rtlierould notniuutetisties
shsrper msssures siinliiat Hervls. Us da.
Urad tliat Aii.trln was roinuleliily In ao-
eord with Knlnnil, rsirlnll' in rrtfsrd to
affairs In th. east.
Stelka ol 400 Mea.
St'RANToM. Pa.. June U.-Fmir hun
dred men at Miirawmst cnlllerv havs
struck on account of dissatisfaction.
wMk th tutus dockin.- buss.
rrl.iHln atop tha 1'rmewllna-s
Atlanta, tin.. Jims HL Tho oiuw of
Rav. Thomas P. Mct'iitchenii, who, it
.III lu r.uiielills-rel. Iiuil soinoitniulile
hi. ir iii the esrlv oart of Inst
week, was to have lnvn tried, htt frloluls
have InteriHisrd and slniiptsl the pro
oeediilK. 1 '"' ,Vf" uiIsinkI,
Soma Cumiull lereliaul. Illns.
TmiMAsvii.l.K. fin,. Juno 1.1, It ii
cliilmrsl that Forester's melon oxchanifc
..in eotitml sls.nl WO nr ii-nt, uf the
,..ln cr.ni. mid it Is nls.i clalnnsl that l
i... ilDiirm to back Its iimertion. Parties
fMint'lileiiKii ay '" the coiiiiiilsslon
....n.li.nis who are not In favor with
the exchHiiite, are very liluu over the ac
It I. no "Milk nnd filler" Pulley with tha
Alllniiefiuen of Hie Old North Ntuta
They era t uiillcli nt III Ilia Cnireclue.. of
Tht'lr Caiiau and .Utuuuud That tiriei
anes. lie Ma;hted.
Rai.ekhi. N. C June 13. At Itn lost
niiniiul iiim-tiiiK, the KurincrN' Alliiiiico
of this Ntutu iniiile the Inlluwiiig iluinuiiiU
upon the statu govcriinu'iit :
"Willi lull coiillileiico 111 I lie corrwi
iiihh of our iHmilioii. wu iIkiiiiiiiiI of the
legiHiiituio of Noi lli Oirolinu the eiutct-
nuMit oia railriHiil t'oinniiKHiuii in , wuu
full iHiwcrH to rciriilulu frciirlit mill imii-
bengnr rules, mid to investigate ami tuko
at'tinii with resKK't to iluinnKnHur inju
ries to ihtsoiih or pnijN'iiy. We enter
an earui'Hi prniehi iikiiiiim ine p'" "
giving hwhv the lulair of our convicts,
anil ileiiinni'lof our ItigiMiilurc tlu enact
ment of such laws us will lierenller pre
vent this oiilrago on Hi" riKhlsof the
tux iinvers of our Male. We demand
such changes in our laws us will reduce
thocoft in litigation in minor cuuses,
anil enlarge thu juriwllcliim of luaRiH-
InitiM. wo ileiiianil Ilitil laws snail ne
enuctnl to pruhiliit our pulihc ollicials
friini recelvinir or usinir ireo iia'Mor
tickets tin imr railrnails."
The Alliance is now rnnceileil to liellin
greatest Hlit ii-nl fnctor ever I n ran in
North ('arolinii. uml I'resiilcnt Klias Clurr
has ollicially iiiiiioiuiceil llial tiiese reso
lutions, having Iss'ii suhinilleil tonml
Mi0.ul l.v (l.u nwiniuitfl lnnl.il-ilv of tilt!
Miihoriliiiato ullinnces, nru thu demands
of the Alliance.
SHOT HIMSELF TO DEATH
Bather Hum Siilmilt to Arrest Ills l
t'ondiiet Hie t'uiiMt.
tillKKNVll.l.K, S. C, June III. News of
tlie suicide of Isaac Kiiton, near Diieas-
ville, Pickens county, tins staU', has liccii
rccuiveil here. It is staled that Kptnii
lllnrtKaeil some land ill which he owned
only a small interest, and turned tlie
name oi ins nrotner ior us mu num-,
The iiuirlKiu-e wns nlsitit to Iss-onie due,
ami the holder had learned of Kiiton's
crime, and had sent two constables to
arrest him. Ah they Ilea red his house,
they heard u pistol shot, and on entcriiin
inn nnnse loiuiu mm iii-iei. ui- iw "
rit d iiImmiI it vear iiko. lie wns captain
of the Ducits ille tiiianls. II has Iwii
learned that he hail in some way Kolleu
nosstvsioii f some monuv his iiuiipuiiv
had mnde up to Koto theunveiliiiKof the
I av statue, ut liii lmiond. and had nscil
it hiiiiseir, whirli preventi-d them from
lriiimr. Koton was voilliu, and had tlie
esteem ol all; noi wneii inc news 01 ms
riiniM mill suicide Iss-ame known, llin
whole ciiiiiiiiuniiy was hiirprihttl.
CENSUS AND MURDER.
An Old Uaarrrl Itenewed and the t'elwiw
Taker t'ut lllilian'. Tlmiill.
yriM-v. Kin., June 1. Jiw Inmuii
,-us iiuirdensl ut hia home, alsmt sixtwn
milisi from here, by illiam I . llsoii.
it e..iisiia iMllllllenuor. toe u v...'
miiKhlmrM. nnd Iwii lis-lms nail ex'slcu
l..iwniii them for w lime. Wilson
calhil at Ionian's house, nllicialK', to et
stiilislica. In the coiirso ol coiivi-rNiiion
H. old iroiil.h-s came un. w hen iimiii
sccu-sil I he lumau's of steallin- a lion
from him. Inmaii and his lirotlier then
Httackisl W'il-sin ne with s knife and
the oilier with a club. A soon us Wilson
ns struck, he drew his kiiileami rusiivii
it .lessi. Ionian, mid cut Ins throat al
.I Iroin ear to ear. He diisl almiist
iiislnntlv. uml WiUui lied and lia I
Ism-ii caiiliinsl. All conceinisl nro while
and r-sicf Inhlc farmers.
May ha llelirnit.il ly Thl. Ileclnloil All
Atlanta. Oh.. Juno l;L A decision
low jnsl Issmi reiidensl liy JiiiIkc Van
Kims, which muv Ik) of iutcrml to husi-
iiksm men ont-ideof AllanUi. J. I'. Nnnis
vs. II i-kell was the line ol inocnsent
issue. Nanls siiisl II iskcll fur f-L which
hi. rhilni.il us line llllll hv I IHsKell, no
iiavinn Iss'ii employed by the latter as
an insurance iiKint.
A motion to iimeini. ny moRinir uiv
firm of ITnske A hltnev Hirtles lo thu
nil. w as dlslnlswMl hr .liulife Mill r.iM.
on the irroiind that when nn (iiiliviilual
luul In-eii sinsl uisin it coin rail, inesiiu
cieild nut Is-urn list ill I he manner set
forth, as this lirotiiilit out u new uml
ilixtlnct iirlv ill I ho isirliicrsliin, ami
Is liiK distinct in law, ciiulil not is- miuii
lUiblc in u case ol nun win.
Not as Mliell ss Hie IhmsI Sowed.
Hai.kihii. N. C. Juan I.L It is Matisl
on iriasl niillloi'ilV that liililiv of the
fiirniers ill I nauiaiu ciniiin nave iiiiisn
il ImrveMliiK llieir wheal, nun on iiiativ
farms it was lint worth culling, while
all il hire it is the isairest wheat croe
v..r kimu ii. Ill some instanei's the yield
was not its mncli lis Hie mssI v III. II luul
linen anwisl. Mile failure of then heal
crop III Chal ham is n serious calamity
that tsoncni tneciiiei prisnicis.
t'ansltl In the M or in and llndly Injure.!,
IImiuimiIIaM. Ala.. June Id. In the
-.I...., tutei of HiU i'iiiiiiIv a tern hie
wind uml hail siorm iilmiht lereiisl nnd
.I.Mimtml the ui'imim: crois in u ureal
mniiv places. Ur iiiiniwno,n .vomiK
,J,t.lei-iii. was caiiiJiil in the shn-iii
struck by n falllim ir I seriously, if
not fnlallv. Injured, lus-s uml leliees
were lilown dun u, ami i'rois mil ileslroy
isl an) exposal to mamlii'j cuttle.
A t'hsnea fur lloutneea.
H.r asiii Fnx Anr'Ni v. I T.. Jiniu I I
Tim p.-T'rs trsusferrliiK 4;il,i;iw cre of
hmil In the Unlte l itlatc i.oeriini"tit
Ims lon del veiis dv the Mac aii.l n
Indians. The Issnni-s arc Ihs'oiuiiis
numerous daily slid the Indian, are be-
CouiIiiK reel less.
Canadian Crop. O. H.
Tmii'HTu. Out.. June 14. fmii report
for everv Ms-iiou or the coniiliy are
most nmiiiiriiirinu. Th.' oulloMk In oti'
Inr o tsceliurndya ln.W u one, mil nnii n
depends iisiii the went her d.irmn the
liexl fasv weens.
One Hundred and Kurly-Thlrd Itay
In thu senate All adverse riMiurt wn
msileon I he hill for ttovrniniciil loans on
real estate: also, loiiiNillsn menu tniiney
Tha house silver hill was reiMirleil Ihm
ilih several nuieiuliiietiis. I an .liver
dehnte was ruaiunsil, Mr, Knatlssiid M
Turpls speskhiK for fi-eenolnSHe. A nnm
her of hill, na the calendar were iiiiihI
Tha hills nimiled hv Senator est m
tnrtl to beef pmtliK-'s and thslr sxpiiri
nnssi-d A rniiferenee whs asliud m
the psnslou siirnprlullon bill, slid, sflcr
unssina sevunt)-livu privste pansiun uins,
"V . .... ,
In His nouse--Air. .villi, waa a ipoimr-i
in tha committee on rules, sad M
Turner, of tlisirata on ways nnd mean
ri,o roiifersaee reiMirt on the dnpiiiideul
imnsloll LIU was iiu-rceil lo, Thu oiinfer-
.M eaotirt imi the siill-lrnst hill was ooii
Id.rad until t.MU, St., wbsu lbs house
JLt Last Open to tiie Fu-Tblic.
ASHEVILLE S GRAND SALE.
Sixty-Six Beautiful Residence Lots, Wednesday, June 25th, 1890,
ion ami erection of his if ."00,000.00 hotel is beinn' prosecuted as rapidly as the engineers can do the surveying:
.sheville Loan, Construction nnd Iinprovinient Coinp'auy with a paid U; capital of .f:M)0 ,000.00 are irosecutiii)
work of building urtifii-ial lakes, race con rues, hotfl anil iniaicroiis othi-r iinH'vi'iiniits as
..mi lu. i.nuliml Tlio Vmiiloi-li
l,(l(K,00().(l() worth of Ht-al
nuadniplt'd in tho last thriH?
1'rosiHH-t Park sites enibraeo
Everybody is coming to Asheville.
TERMS: ONE FIFTH CASH.
ISalance in six, twelve, eighteen months and two years with interest at eight percent., payable sciiii-aiinually.
Take the Pntton Avenue street car which rumen you to the grounds.
Tor plat or anv fit her information apply to or call on V. E. McHee, V. E. (iraham, Thos. E. lirown, K. 1 . 1' osier, t.
. Speights, T. 0. MeNuely or
GWYH & WEST, Real Estate Agents,
AT THEIR OFFICE, COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
E. B. DAVIS & CO, Auctioneers.
Snms Monster Hammer.
Siuhtscera in Ht. Louis always tako
lively intvrest in tho monster trip hnm-
iners untsl in tho vnrious lark'o iron
works, which, altbouKh as largo ns nny
thlnff of tho kind' to be found within the
limits of the United Status, are but pig
mies when onropared with those used in
the inviit rolling mills and (run foundries
of Europe. At the Terrd works in Italy
titers is a hammer wun?n winnniiy
tuns. It wns past in 1878. and is said to
bavo taken ninety days tocool suflVlont-
ly to admit of being set In position.
Alexauilrovski, Russia, has ono ten tons
heavier that wns cast tn 1H74. At the
Crenstot works in France tlHTe Is one of
eiirhty tons. It was made In 177 and
seta on an anvil block of 100 tons weight
The Cockerill works In DeUriinn luive s
100 ton hummer, and tho Kmim (hin
works ut Essen, Uermany, haveoneof 130
tons. Tha last named hammer Is tho
Inrgeet now used In tho world. St. Lonls
Planted tha Fro.
Bomo of tho oQlcluls of the George
town custom house are wiser than they
re. Ono day s strsniro box ramo in
bond from Tolieran, Persia, addressed to
well known Washington gentleman.
luduo course of tims it-was opnicd for
lnspectlou and aptimisitl. Under a heavy
layer of damp cotton wuro several quarts
of somo kind of suoda,
No ono could classify them, but sev
eral samples were taken out nnd planted
In s conveiilout place. Tho owner or ue
box wns notified uf Its arrival, nnd in
due season camp and claimed his prntn
erty. Ho was, of course, interrogated as
to tho nature uf the "seeds. -
"Silkworm eggs," bo replied. asu-
r1r aad Illood.
Tlie Jaimneeo consider thoy go so fast
that wo oiiulit uerhatw now to say they
considered lhsl and fire to bo tho
same tliititf. as they iiracticslly wore in
the French tssHlcal Imnijery of the Inter
middle agist, in ivinin s oiu -An iior
aldline" the color gules is compared both
hi the flumes of lira and the mixed
hnmor of tha blnod. It is also, he says,
tha svtubol of the day of judgmcnti and
he goes un pleasnntly to liken it to the
wrath of Ood, which will then plungo
tho wlckod lu eternal flame.
A. a Solillee.
Tha ralurlisi of Pahoiney Land Is to
the effect Unit any soldier killed while
fighting whits men goes straight to
heaven to become s handsome young
man of 113, who la provided with at teen
beautiful wives and all tho game bs can
est for a thousand years. Under this be
lief hundreds of them do their beat to
ant killed, and It' rather funny to think
how they are bambooxlod when they
waks no "over there." uewoi. r roe
worked l.lk n Cliiirm.
Itrmliielil's IVinalc Kcuiihttor worked
like u chiirin; improvement Isrcn wonilcr
f.il: cannot cxnn-ss in V tnlituilf. Wish
everv hulv nllrictcd would try it, I know
it would iurc them. M MS. i.l l.A A, Lonii
Snrlmr ('.rove. I'hl.
Wrila lirnilhrlil Ucullllltor CotllliatlV
Alhintn, On., for particulars, lly nil
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarnt for Serin. Creek Woolen Mills.
in West End, t'ity of Asheville, except, the MaRiiifieent, Hesidences of C. 10. (Ira 1 1.1
r buildinsri and others. coniniaiidini a uriind view f)f tins French Hroad Itiver am
countrv. In front of Ihitterv Turk nnd directly between
t population in 1MS0 was 2())0; it is now 1. ",000 and will
lis neonates have tmrchaseil
r tin :ni inn "-Miiiiids. coslinu' ().(KIO.()(KI.(M). it is not
Estato has cliaiiKcU liands snuo March J, 'Jii.
years and the auvance nas nanny yer iieun.
the key 1c tlie situation lo
Secure a lot while you
SITE FORTHE FAIR.
Direct firs Suld to Han Dccldinl
on the Luke Front.
Formal Proposition Made to tha
If Aeeepled the nallrnwl Will Avaudoa
It. I'reM-nt Track, and Hun Them
Farthur In the I.aa Tha Sch.aia
Pbires til. (irist tipo.lllon la Hia
Very Henri, of tlie. Windy l lty.
Clili-Min. Juii" 14. The Times asserts
that the worlds fair directors nave
practically dis-ided to lis-ate the exposi
tion on the lime irom. An orgsnir.ni
ffort has Isi-n inude, it says, to cleat
he lake front of nil Its objis-tionable
fealnrcs by coiiiliig f) a dollnito under
stiitfilliig with the Illinois fetilial rail
road, and thiet with this end in view an
ither priip-cls. so far us site is con-
eraed. have Is-en Icfl in als-yauen.
Tlie loruial proposition has lswn made
to the railroad officials. Slioiild it ue
accepted, it is said thsl the ruiiroiui
eoniinv will abandon its iireent tracks
along (lit- lake flout, and leaving the
lake slllllu at iwellli-iec.iliusu.-ei. n
will run out Into the lake as fur as the
government t.ier, I heme north Jnsl in-
ide the l.ienltwiilel- ioakiui oii..sio-
the fisit of Katidolpn sti t. and taence
west to its ilesils, warehoiw and ele-
Misiili. of the iimi ed new trucks a
matve stolin wall v.-lli he ens-ted. high
enough to shut out il tracks from view
from the Ink" mint parK. I mis wan i
In be terraced to I ho westward and
rtiauiHtit.sl with plains, trees ami
linwers. si us to pie.-cnl uu atti active
tciioutd inn lu'oisi'eu 1 tan is- cairn-n
out. the '.vorld s lair Hto will extend
from Itiind -iin stiect wuiiu to tne pres
ent lllinoi-i Ccii'i-al pier, at Ihe fst of
In coie.id ralifin of the uoriiianetit
right ol wav ii'id the depot U at the
foot of Ualnloliili slis-el aii uiri-u ny uie
raihirtiil it i-nionoM-d 11 it the cnmpaiiy
shall till in the basin from Twenty-second
strict to I'lilirtis'lllll street.
The sih-IiiI incill cl.imieil f ir inn
scheme i.-Iluit II will nllnrd the city
..IIM Of i lie neiii Ih-ji ii : if ill naiks In tin
win-d. am : hat. to i. in Hie very lu-an
oflliecilv. It will further wttls ull
liligaticiti in U (lie KMiind.
ON THE WAHPATH.
Indian, tii-llliig Truiililemnua lu Slontiiua
nnd Month liiiSoto.
IIii.i.iniis, Mntit.. .Inne 14. -The In
diaiis Hr now killing oaliln by Ihe hull
dreils. Wediiiisiliiy fully head wore
found killed oil I'lllnlillill el'is k. I'' nil
oiniiimiiii-s of infanlrv and one Ivoopnf
cavalry have lefi Fort Keogll for the
w!iun of the Iratililc. Mr, Justin, from
the Un fluid country, reisirfs three
fundi nroii M tlci burned by Indians and
other houses shut into, but no people
A prsao of cowUiys left Hosebud
Wislni.Kilay evenln'taiidssid they would
drive t in in tans iacK on the resorva
Mima without regard to the troops, Tlie
Indians ure cainsit only eighteen miles
(Yum I he station on the ltnneliud river.
The cowboys engage ! lu the round-up
are exiMx'Icd down tlie liver, ami tne
tiosss which left Uoi-eliud exjiect to be
joined by lie m near where the Indian.
are now oaui)HHi.
sinus and Cheyannas.
Stockmen from the Upper Tonuus
river report that the Sioux from the Pine
Itiver auanov are coining In to aid the
northwestern Cheyennes, and that the
200 acres o Asheville s best property ami the work o
proximit y, scenery, quiet and
can. Do not fail to take advantage ol it.
two tnls are
jointly going on the war- .
ith, first killing
lTpsrurw, agent of tlie j
PraparliiR for Mischief In South Dakota.
PlEHRK. S. Dak.. June 1 1. llilef
Hump's band of hnslile Indians, who
are citmiieu ut inn norm oi merry
eri-ok. on the north side of the Cheyenne
river, loO mil-s from here, have had a
I lie fcust and sun dance, lasting since
Sunday. A large number of s-rsons
went from this city to see the doings,
knowing Hint several companies f
troops were stationed mere, nut wnen
Ihev reached the t heyenne river they
found it so swollen that it was inipos-
ible to cross. The hostiles warueil
them that if any attempt was made to
rosa the river serious results would
An liubeelle's r'ortuna.
Mahtissvillk, Ind., June 14. John
Corn I v. un inmate of the Hendricks
county poor ntylum, has been granted a
s'tismn or si.i. .mo. at uie ounie oi
Kruuklin the rels-ls had drawn wires
led among the trees. During a cavalry
barge Mr. t-unity a lioraotripis-u against
a wire anil threw mm. ms neau siruca
n a stone, and, after ihu haftle. he re-
sirted Ut his roiiimnud. lie had been
known ne one oi tne most jovial men in
Ihe ciiiniiniiy. but he grndually grew re-luoi-sefnl
ad sullen until he ta now a
Tha Standard Cocoa of Europe,
Tha Coming ons of America.
Van Houten's has fifty per
tent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than Is ob
tained by the best processes of
"BE5T& GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing all over the
world, certify to this immense
saving.and by Van Houten's
special process only can this
s-Vam llntrnes'. Cocoa C'osm tried,
ilwsr.UMd") pmiMM.. th. ffntst .dvantas
of llnf no Ininrlou. lteU oa th. aerroiu
nitem. No wonder, thonfore, M la sll
ntru ot th. world, thl. OnoMor'i OoeM ta rea-
aaaawBded ky BMdleal an, laMead arZ
taa aad aas or olkee coeosi ar ska.
TYLER DC8K8-200 New tvkts.
TYLER ROYAL TYPI WRITER 0ABISETS, TA
SLIS. 0B AIRS, 100E OASES, ..t Rudmsid Ratal
nd IpMi.l DlwounU, O.UIofM for 1N0 nady,
180 prM, Illuitratod. Book rrMi FwUf. 10k
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
leaSM Hr N)fc, O.ilHf H. rk. IllwIntoS hi Ojum
A.rf.rtwwkArtt tautw-fc lto Imir-laf II SI,
IYLBB OKIE 00., IT. LOUIE, IV,, V.S.a.
ur dalle aea hr .nnaraa
I adults, hAl.uidilok, rich .nd poof. Ask tor Z
at 11 O'clock, A. M.
in. I'. A.
t he new hotel sites,
reach 2.",000 in tlie next
t Wf I
the work of loca-
rapidly as 1 1 if labor ol' man
lli'i - t'ssarv I o tiwi'HM. ifViT
Land values have doubled, trebled and
1 VJtnjoy 11
of pura Ced Liver OH with Hpo
phoaphitaa of Lima and Soda Is
almost aa paiatsble aa milk.
Chlldran enlor It rathar than
etherwiaa. A MASVILLOUS rLISH
SSODUCIS It la Indsad, and tea
lltlla lads snd laaalaswho take cold
anally, ma ba fortlfiad as. mat a
couah that mlaht prova 'aenoue, hr
taking Soott'a Imulalon attar thalr
masts durlns; iha wlntsr aaaaon.
lltm ee a multat tl utluua flml iMilfiffiona.
novUdHw Ir tu thu .at
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MAHKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
We clitlin Hint tlu-sr lianin-rs arc clicaHr
than any other; arc di'tiit-linlili. and nnv
niiutlK-renn lie um-d s-r stl.k; Insure a uni
form tiarn of loliiuvo; more toliiiccn can Ik.
cured is-r linrn ; toluicco hrinK. Is-lter prices;
docs not liriiise; stulk in not cured, savltiH
furl uml linu-. Any linrn can he used. Hum
pic aent w ith pamphlet lor (I cent. iHintniti-.
Inquire for litem nf your stnrckeeis-r or
intent. IT they do not keep them tand lo us.
rive nvr i,cmm, Willi nllckn, S.i.imi
I'rll'C IM.T l,0M, llHIIUATH Olll 4.,V
Send ca.li with iirih i, or (looiUmiil C. II. I'.
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
HotiNtoiit Halifax Couiily,V.
xy an llf 1'.
An in-live mnn for each arellon, Snlnrv STB
to f ion, to loenlly n-m-si-nt n .mvcssrul N.
V. C'oiiiinnv liu-orniriit.-il to supply Illy
tlooils, ClolliliiM, shiK-a, Jewelry, etc., lo win
sinners nt cost. Also a f.ndv of tiu-t, snliiry
o, to enroll ninnls'i-. (so.ooii now rnniiitii
and SIllO.ooo pnlil III). Mi-fil-rnecs rit'liailH-
ed. Umpire L'o-tls-ratlve AsNRitviiillnn, (crcd
It well rntrili Lock nun mo, n. l,
TO WEAK HEtl
BnSSruif fmra th. sn-seU of ymiUif.1 arrnrs, oarlf
ui, waMlna nOm loei nuuibnod. ato, I will
Sand a valuable tnallM -al"l oonuUnlnf fall
aaeUenlanforhoa-iamra, FREI ohara. A
splendid SMdleal work l rtwilld Tl iwad by arary
aa who ki Barrens sad dabllllalad. Ad4nn
Nf. V. C. NWlls, .
aovS dw ly
Nnrth Main A.hevllls, N, Ci
ASHBVILLB, N. C,
tion of the melon growo- s.