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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FHIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1800.
I Nat ure should u
assisted in tin
tiring to throw oil
the heaviness of
circulation of the
duos It so well, so
prompt or so wifely
I have used 8. 8. 8. for a number of
years, and consider it tlio best tonic aw'
blood remedy that I ever used. Iu fuc
I would not attempt to enter upon i
spring or summer in this climate with
out it, II. W. Coi.KMAN,
Of Coleman, Ferguson & Co.,
DuUo City, Flu.
Our bonk on UUvvi and 8klu Dlsom-
Swift Si-koinc Co.. Atlanta, Go.
A. II. COBB,
. LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL.
A. S. GRAHAM,
nrtire Over J. II. Law's Htnrv, Hoitlli Mailt
" With K' fine.
I'lllina with allver or uiiialKaia-...rOi. n7re.
' " K'tl $1,011 unit upward.
Ht't of teeth $il.no.
Ucat Mt or teeth H.oo.
No licttcr made, nu matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will iirnrtk-r In the loth nml 12th Ju.lldiit
tllatricta of North VArolinn ntlil In (he Sit
prrme Ctiurt anil the Petli-rnl Court of the
Weatcrn Hiatrivt ol' North Curollnu.
Tiiko. K. Iiaviihiom, Tlio. A. Jonks,
kalcitth. Jas. O. Mantis, Aatcville.
Q)AVllMt)N, MARTIN & JONK8,
Attorneys ami Couiiarllur nt Law,
Aahi-vllle. N. C.
Will irrtlce in the 1 1 Ih unit I ath JuilU-liiI
IllHtiiel.. anil in the Huitrrme Court of North
Carolina, and In the 1'i-tli-riil Court, ot the
Wratern Uialrirt of North Carolina.
Defer to Bank of Aahevllle. dtart
Architect and Contractor.
IMnns, aiiecim-ntliiu. and eatlniati-a fur
nlaheil. All work in my line conlriicli-il fur,
and no charges fur druwltiK. on cuotrncle
Reference, when dcalred.
I Idler: No. til llvndry llloek. North Court
Square, Aahevllle. N. C. I. Mildly
H. II. NKKVKs, II. U.S. II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Dra. Reeve A ttiullh.
Jn Connally DutldlnR. over Redwood's Htore,
Terth catruvted without imin, wilhthenew
aitu-athrllc, nml all cases uf Iri-vKiilarily cor-
'. KAM8AY. U. U.S..
) Oinve i
In Harnnrri ItulldinK Untrunccs, I'attun
Avenue and Main ttlrcct.
J. W. KULLINOM,
I will iiraellee In the city and aurroundltiv
IHHee at W. I. Iltuuton 4k Cu.'a alnlde, 70
Mouth Main atrret. aprl
M ISC EL I. A SliO VS.
YM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEYILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahevllle, N. C.
I". O. Boa I.
NUW IIOl'HUI NUWLV HUKNIHIIUII
ALL MOllHkN IMI'HOVKMIINTH.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. till Haywood Htrcet.
TIIU LAKUUHT ANtt IIIIMT ItUI'll-l'IID IN
Til II MOUTH.
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORItk
II. C. Woltcret k & Co.
CtlNSI'LTINU CIISHIHT AKU HININtl NUIa.
Analyses of Metnla, tirra, Coal or Coke, Min
eral W.trra, I'ertlltlera, etc.
I'HICII LIHT ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Investigated, developed,
ttouuht ana aold.
Hamplea can lie aent liy mall nr riptvaa. II
Mat hy einrraa, rhnraea nttiai tar pre mtd.
Aleuts wanted la every place.
DR.H C. WOLTCHItCK,
auva dsvli Manaaer.
uiMINIbnt' " , MnTUFR
RRAOFIELD REGUtATOR Ca ATlANTAn
ml it mi Muaaara.
Burn In in Lamp without danatr of
Exploding or taking fir. that yotf
gtl Ih gsnuln. For salt by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
Atlliy VILLB, N. C.
LCSStNS PAIM .!eo Tfl LIFT na.
Balfour Crmtea Exoitoment in the
Hou3e of Commons.
ANGEY PAENELLITE3 GIYE THE LIE
How HllarJiiiia Olclirat Ions of Mr.
O'Hllco's WctltliiiK Wcie Hop
pi'i'snod In Ircliiml Mr. filadslone
Join In tlm Fray Vain lOnilcav
ora to Huilsfy the DiNalVcc-lctl "Uuli
blt's" ol' the MotropiiliN.
Lonikin, Juno 18. Tliero was an ex
iting scone in the boiiHo of t'ommnns
lust evening, growing out of a Paninllitt)
ileiiiimil for un explanation on tho part
of Mr. Bitlfiiitr of the iiuiltroutiuriit of
tlie people of New Tiliiairury by tlio po
lite on the occasion of tho celebration of
Mr. O'Urieu'g iiutiTiiiKO by parades, lam
lires, etc. Mr. Hal four denied the
tihai'Rn that tho piviple hal been mo
lested for celebrating Mr. 0'Hrien"s mar
riage, or that they had been maltreated
at nil. The police had extinguished the
lainliros. but only for tho reason that
they oliHtrutded the street.
Mi'lnrn. Gill ami C'limcy questioned
Mr. linlt'oiir in regard to tiie syaUMii of
"shadowing" prevalent in Ireland, and
naked how shadowiug would prevent
Mr. Uall'our said that no one in Ire
land had been shadowed uiileHS he waa
engaged in intimidating othcrx. When
intimidation ceaned, lie saiii. lindoviug
would lie stopia'd. Mr. Uall'our then
alluiled to the crimes which had la-en
committed by tho Irish, hia remarlts
having the elfcct to exasperato tho Pur
nellites. Mr. Oillim in a violent manner de
manded an aiHilogy from Mr. Kali'our
for the line of tile word crime" ami Mr.
(Jill gave Mr. lialt'our the lie.
Mr. Ulailstoim challenged Mr. Ril
four to prove his assertions that the Lib
erals had engaged ill, encouraged or
Mr. lialt'our suhatiluted the words
"Isiycottiug and intimidation" for
.'crime" ami on upiH'itl to the speaker
tue subject was tll'opM-tt.
Tlie I'lilliro Troubles.
The government's police bill falls to
satisfy the discontented "Uibbies," not
Wlthstauditig the olivlnlls pui'isise to
mollify tlie teeling growmg out of Mr.
Matthews' arbitrary course. The dis
alfection of tlie (Kilioe has Knally taken
di tiniti' form, and a meeting of n-pre-sentatives
of the force has been called to
divide tiHin a plan of action which will
be put into ope ration at once.
The prorcional lalsir agitators have
come promptly to the front with offers
of assistance nail iu some cases have ilis
pensed with tlio formality of offering
their services and taken up the cause of
the police aa their own. tliic of tlie tirst
lueiuiures to lie adopted by the police, it
is stated tisin aitiliority, will la- tlii-ir
pnnnpt declination ot the assistance of
these agitators for the reaMiti tliat their
idenltlicatioii with the movement will
drive away the very element of sipular
sttpiHirt of which the men stand iu great
est need and ilaiu which they rely
chieliy for support.
An Important Itill.
Lomsin, June IH. A bill of great im
isn taiu e in Isdore parliameul, ami has
Ist'ii reported favorably troiu'u commit
tee. It holils to a strict ii-spoiisiiiility
lien who p r.ilit tlieir names to Is- Used
us the directors of projected comianies.
It has la-en a common thing for noble
men here and prominent Americans on
tiie oile r side to a-rmit for a considera
tion the use ol tiieir names in cwnuif
tion nun t'litcrpi,- that arc being
floated ou the Itntisn public
IlriiA I'khtii. Juno in. Hit- Austro
llimpirian iiiminler of war, Baron
liaiier. has apa.tns Is-fore the bmlget
coinnnllee ot inn delegations and made
an explaiiutioii of Ins reo-ul remarks in
ciii.iuvliou witii tlio necessity for n
foruildable iucreivH-in tlie strenglli of
the army, lie asserts that hu merely
madii a liyaiiietical statement of his
coiui-ptioii of what a perfect military
catabllsliluellt should be.
Anol her I'lot Against I ho Caar.
LnNiaiN, June It). The corn-sa indent
tif Til Dally .New at Uerlill leurus that
the ai!ice at Ht. 1'etersburg have dis
covered aunt her plot agonist the life of
tin- caar and that several ol tin- conspira
tors have been arrt-nivd. The plotters
had undermined the ims-riil aiace at
(iatchiua. with the intention ot blowing
up the building. Too guards about tuu
palace have bee u tlounied.
Tho I'laguo In Hpalu.
Maimiiii, June ih. The government
liiiiotmccd iu i he senate tiial it ti.nl not
beeu proved that tho disease prevalent
at I'uebln de Kugal wits nxlat ic cholera
and that there was no -au- lor alarm,
ill board ol lieiUth has will a deputa
tion Ui Valencia and taken Military pre
MUlailia atfiimst tlio Uisuuao.
Illshiip Tucker's Caravan.
Lomsin, June IH. Africnu advice
are to the ellect thai Uiiilmp Tucker,
With his party and a caravan, will leave
haailalil lor Uganda in duly. It is also
si a let I that no treaties have been con
cluded by tin- tier. nan evpioivr, Ur. k'v
tvli Willi I hief lUwauga.
Li in is in, June In, Lady Aslibitrton
ha. telltlerisl tue Use ol Mitchet court,
her llalnioil'e place, Its a n-sldeuco fur
tin-occasion, mid Mr. Henry .M. Mauley
and his bride elect have accepted the
invitation iuid Will paa the uoiicymiaill
PaUIh; June IH. A meeting which
Was held for the ittraim- of expressing
sympathy with llie recently arrested
NihlliaUwna dlalurbrd by , Allan hlsts,
who succeeded In turning the alfair Into
a aerie of personal encounters.
Iiaiiil I'urt'liasti ItnrHiaalhln.
LoNIhpn, June IH. Mr. Ualfour In
formed a depulntlou last evening that
the passage of the land purchaso bill
Was iuipuaalhlu tbi avasiou of parlia
ment. Two Men Injured at a r'lrr.
Uhim-ktoN, Mas.. June IH. 1 h targe
atiiai fm lory of James HidiU'J' A 1 II was
destMytsI by Hit. The night waichmaii
waa Imdly liurned nndatirc man seven-ly
injun-d by falling from a ladder during
Torrlfy'a Trrrlhla Crime.
Bcbantiin, l'a., Jim IH. John Terri
fy, th Hungarian, who murdered Mik
reiser at Dlvpliant two mouth ago, be
cause the laiter refuw-d to buy Terrify
and several ministninn soinetlilng to
drink, pleaded guilty to mtiriler In th
second degn-e, his counsel deeming that
ths lsst course, Aft-r Itsiklng Into the
testimony which the tllstrlct attorney
waa prepared hi offer, the court accepted
the plea aud lswtsiuisl sentence until
hatnrilav. A coiifessltm of Terrify
crime was tircsetitcd to th court along
with tua plea of g"IHy-
.linporianl Oil Halo.
PlTTHni ltii, June 17, Thomaa W.
PhillllM, tho Uillllolialni oil operator ot
New OiRtle, Pa., has sold his extensive
interests ill the oil Held of (Jladu Hun,
Butler county, to the Forest oil com-
I tatty. The consideration was private,
tut as Mr. Phillips had a daily produc
tion of 1,4110 barrels in tho field, the
price must be high. It means a gross
income of nearly 1,400. It is signifi
cant that the Forest Oil company is one
of the four recently gold to thu Standard
Malfeasance In Olllco.
Pottsvii.i.k, Pa., June 18, District
Attorney Koch sent to the grand jury
indictments against Poor Director Lein
inger and ex-Puor Director tbirnian,
charging I hem with malfeasance iu
oflice. They are accused of accepting
brils-s from employes for their apisiint
meius, and of fraud in tliewiurchaso of
supplies. The presentments were made
by the grand jury in May.
A Duel nil Horseback. .
Wichita, ivan., Juno 18, Charles
Folson ami IliiiH il Keksteiu, two farm
ers living near Akron, Kan., Is-camo in
volved in a quarrel while going to
church. They emptied their revolvers,
but Isdore I lie last shois were litvd both
ftdl from their horses helpless. When
found half an hour laler Kckstein was
dead. F jIsoii died inside of two hours.
Mangled liy u Mowing Maclilno.
LvNXl-oitT. la.. June IH. Harrison A.
pilenry was cutting grass on his farm
with a mowing maeiiiue when he tried
to chase a hen out ot the way of the cut
ter. The horse were frightened and
started on a run. in endeavoring to
stop tlieni .Mr. Henry fell under the. ma
chine anil was terribly mangled.
Itaces at HI. lamia,
St. Iicis, June, IS. l''lrji raft. I nillt -Co-ell
It, 1; C.irtur U, 2; Pi'iartfsa Litaii, Time,
Meeonit rtiee, I inlhi toet 7)1 yur'ts -N'ltia
Arelier. I; ltiii.iivli.v.i Prnures.s A Tiniu l..l.
r-lird rae ', I4 milt".- Illelii ih,iii, I; tlulli;lil,
3: Ml"- liraail", :i. Tlnin, I.Hn.
Kiitnill rnee, P4 utiles .Mary K, t; llneksey,
'!; West A'llte, !l Time, -Mi'y.
fifth r.iee, I's lailes 1 1) jMB rite. I; ll.tulla,
3j Curioua, .1, 'I'iinu, MH.
Morrla Park Itaces.
WKsTcuixi'Ka. N. V...hitw IH. -Klral r-u'e.Tj
mils -.showier, 1; IteUeiuiaa, 'i ltaraster, &
hcoad race. 9h ttiilt'S - Karly Itltisriiuti, I; lie
IH'tit, -'; t'titirail. a. I line, l.tUt.
Third iat'e,:S utile It -elaru, 1; Civil St'rvlro,
li; Trestle. :t 'lime. I. In.
fuurlli rui'e.l'i mile l.lttle Jim, 1; Qtipsal,
i;W. Ilil, Jr.. X rime. 3.HH4.
fink rniu, I nille-H 'rhleaway. 1; ltu'lo,
Si-yniiitir. ;l Time. I. II n4.
hlxth race, -a taile Kunibani, 1; filxnty, 2:
Itatlur.a. Tune. I.tt.1.
A HEN H03DLE.
An Invi ntli.it Vtiat Will lie uf Interest
In All Amateur tlartlenera.
A limn named Corlaitt, living rTip In
Wcstcln-ster county, reports n now in
vention which ought to interest that
vast army of men now engaged ni start
ing gardens. Mr. Curln tt's invention is
nothing li-sthan an ingeniousapparatiis
intended to Ihj nttaehe 1 to tlio common
domestic In 11, which will prevent, or at
least greatly discourage, tier ffforts to
upnad the garden. He rails it thetVir
Is'tt K.tct Isior Hen Hobble.
Wo trust that wo neeil not enlarge to
any great extent on the peculiar tactice
etuployed by the common lieu iu her
campaign against a garden. Her stealthy
tread. Iter careful view of tho ground
lirst with 0110 eyu ami then with the
other, the iionchalanco with which she
throws back her left foot once, and in
Mainly follows it with tlir;p rapid brick
stroke with her right ftatt, her linrricd
survey of the Meld of operations with
ono eye followed by the capture of 11
real or imaginary worm all this must
luj familiar to tint reader, chia-Hnlly il
he over I11.1l 11 garden and his iieighlstrs
kept liens, as they did of course. It it
said that no fowls were ever known on
the Kliaala-th ilaudiu the South Pacillc
until nlstiit thirly ears ago, when a
inissioitaiy from PltiLidelpliia nameil
MctiintiH k planted nfew garden stnsls
miir hif house, but that thcn-uisin
every uiifortuiiatoheathen on the islands
sent In Australia ami pna'iirrd a hen.
This, however, has no uirt ii ultir la-ariiig
on Mr. t 'oris it's invention, interesting
as it limy otherwise Is-, nml wo hasten
to give a short ih -script ion of it.
In the Kxcclsinr h-n bobble Mr, 1'orhctt
attaches a suing to the left leg tf tin
hen. This string roiincct with n bill
rlamp, w hich is fiistcmsl t-t tlm fowl'i
Is-ak. This bill clamp, wln-ti In t
lioriinil titielitliiu, allows the lieu toosn
ainl shut her Is-ak with the usual free
dom, but the slightest pressure 011 tin
spring can:-" the clamp to dose ami pre
vent any further iutrtslncliuii of fsl
into lb" lien's interior. The hen which
is provided Willi lilt Kxcclsinr hobble
starts out In tho morning with n light
heart. Him may Indulge in tho low snug
peculiar to liens, ami even ruckle, Hhc
may, tsi, fill her crop with tho iiutii
tiotis gravel ami such other final ns she
may Ih- able to Hud, but when she ap
proaches the garden with the intention
of scratching up tln siirfaceof theearth
alio Isvolile awuro that her freedom if
Is-ing t.iui-nil with.
At the first rearward stroke uf her left
fisit the slrlie; Is drawn taut, the spring
Is r- leasiil, mid the damp shuts down
with n snap timl hermetically chwea hot
bill. There Is not, of enurse, any physi
cal rons-m why the In-n may tint go mi
srrulcltlng, but the hollowiiess of cxea
vatlng worms ami other fasl which she
cannot iiiuke use of snssi1y dawns Usm
lierandsherctiri's from thelleld. I'liablt
toc.u kloi-r tniiiasticate gravel sbo wan
tiers nlstiit helpli'ss till she has nn
caught by her nwiii-r and the clninii re
lensed. A few trials soon show tho In
telligent lien lie-titter nbsurillty of nt
temp'liig to tin imytliltnf In the way ol
srratt lilng when lliltsl with the F.Mvlniot
Tho only difficulty which Mr. Corls-tt
has I'Xpcrl-nis-d with his inventinii at.
far is the impossibility of inducing hen
owners to adopt It. Mr. Coilsdt Is tin
only watt In his nelghborhiKsl who has 11
garden. Tlicm are some twenty men In
tho immediate vicinity who keep hens.
Not ono of these men can Isj s',..imded
even to give the luliMn a trial. Mr.
Corls-tt, however, sts-s his way clear.
Leirlslitlloii Is what Is ttis-.ltil. With a
law requiring hen owners to reduce thelt
liens to a slato uf imi-H'iiouuess with his
F.XCt-Wor lletl hobble, gat delis will Hot
only lie safe but a Isatut will bo given to
the stis k III li'siniiuiifnctiirliit; company.
New Yolk Tribune.
I tilltfren and rnttll-y.
Let one of the t'lillilren asr.unioth
rare uf the amltry yard If yoti liavo not
tho time In make It a fatur of yout
fanning. Kiawritge him try selling liitn
the fowl at a fair price, allowHng him
to pav fur them In eggs, whlclt you
buy at the n-gular price, or which un
sold and placed to Ida account, (let
hint to k'vp his own nreountai let him
pay for the feed pmvlissod by the snln
of rggs and rhlcketis. The boy will
bo happier for thu ex-rlnielit, and he
will iin habits of Industry tbnt will be
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS.
-Ht Laist Open to tlie Pxilblic-
ASHEVILLE S GRAND SALE.
Sixty-Six Beautiful Residence Lots, Wednesday, June 25th, 1890, at 11 O'clock, A. M.
All (liin i-lffi'inil, pi't)iii'l,v in Wi'si l)ml, Cil.v uf Aslit-villt', rxrepr. t 1h M.ifjfiiilict'iit lii'sidi-nics of V. K. (inili.un, I. A.
Dciiifiis (t font I'Jd.iKKI now iMiiltliti",) nml tlln'is, ctiiiiiiuiiKliii n ui-mul viow of tho Fn-ncli It rout I Kivci' nml Vullt'y,
tho iiioiiiitniiiM .-Hid inlfrvt'iiiii",' ftmiil r,v. In lit nil of Mill tt'iy I 'ark ami tlirtt-tly bt'twtfn Hit' nt'v hofcl Kit oh.
ItlOAD TIMS. Asliovillo's itiil:it ion in NN( w.is (i(IO; it is now I .",()( 0 niitl will i-oih Ii 2.",(KK) in tlit! next two
.voni'H. .lolin II. Ininaii ami liis associiilt-s liavo iniit liiisotl ih-poh of Anhovillo's bost pmporty tuitl Hit! work of lot-u-t
ion ami oroct ion of his ."lo,()UO.ol hotel is I winy prosifiitt'il as rapiilly as tlio oiitfinoorH t-aii tlu tho survoyiiiH;. Tho
Ashovill Loan, Construction ami Iniprovcnn-nl Compiiny with a. paid up oapital of .'500,(100.(10 arc prosorutiiitf their
work of huildiii",' artifii ial l.-ikos, raco eoursos, hotol ami ininiortnis other improvements as rapidly as tint lahor of mnii
oaii ho pushed. Tho Vantlerliilt palace and ".rounds, eostiii",' fCi.OOO, 000.00, it in not lioeossary to doHerilio. Ovor
f 1,000,000.00 worth of Hojil Kst.ite h.is channeil h.imls since .Nlnreh 1 , 'Xi. Laiul values havo tlouhlod, treblod and
quadrupled in the hist three years ami the advance has hardly yet lefnn.
Prospect Park sites emlirace the key lo the situation for iroiniity, scenery, quiet ami shade.
Kvorybotly is coining to Asheville. iSecurt! a Itjt, whilt? you etui. J)o not tail to tako advantage of it.
TERMS :--ONE FIFTH CASH.
I'alancoiii six, twelve, eighteen mouths ami two years with interest nl eight piTcout., payable semi-annually.
Take tlio I'atton Avenue street c.-ir which ciirriesyoii lo tho grounds.
For plat or any olhor information apply to or t all on V. 10. Alcltee, V. K. (irahaiu, Tlus. K. l'.rown, It. 1. Foslor, C.
II. Sioights, T. ('. McNoely or
GVYN WEST, Real Estate Agents,
AT THEIR OFFICE, COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
E. B. DAVIS & CO, Auctioneers.
valuable to him nil his lifm Hall's
Journal of Health.
An r.lrphaiit Hunt In Heatlle.
Two elephant of a cirrus werela-ing
driven on Istard a steamer at .Seattle,
Wash., for a trip to Fenidalo.wln-n they
rcfust-d to step on the gangplank nml
both liiadn a bnak up street. The larg
est, named (jiiuen, was pnr-nt-d by a
crowd of men and boys into a lumber
yard, where she maden statel and trtiui
peteil several times. Tle-cr-wl itressiil
her with clubs, and In a moment she :
chargnl them. In the scramble a big
pile of lnm!-r win tiian-t and four men
were buried. After nu hour's thaso
Queen wa cnptutvl,-l'itt.Vniirg Dis
patch, Jiida s. Jitr.
A Dtsiton man brings f.-rwar l sixty
four jury decision which wcru agaim-t
law, etpiity, fact and i-iuiium-ii seieM-.aud
argues that hail each caw li-a left to
the j tdgo a fair aud lunevt decixinu
Would lirtv la-en made. ril.. judge may
sonietiuim bo a Holoimiu iu wi !"io. but
ho is j use us apt to be a ci.ii1-. 1.-Iiuit
Arnnlna; bjr Anal-iiir.
Teacher Who can tell me what use
ful article we get from thu whale;
Teacher Hlght! Now, wVat littlo
lny or girl know what wo get from thu
Scholar Scaling wax. liack-'t
Young men are aaid to be so scarco in
thovlllago of North Walilolsiro, Mc,
that a girl IT years old has ls-u cm
ployed to help run a mmdiiuo in a stave
MU.Iiiitary Work la Africa.
"You talk alsuit tho old days of Meth
odism, with saililleltags and liiHiliuck.n
aaitl Ulshop Taylor, "In Africa work is
back in the days of Abraham. Traveling
is almost entirely on foot. Wo can do
alKitit twenty miles a day, making three
miles an hour, with a short rest at the
end of each hour.
"I learned thu science of walking
when a boy, ami have taught tho mis
sionaries so that they do not tiro in these
walks, but are as fnmh after a long walk
as when they la-gin.
"A for fatigue, I hartlly know whut
it la I am fond of walking ton hours n
day under thn hot sun, with head bare.
It dts-s not alTcct liin in the least
"Thoro is a theory advanced by learn
ed doctors that a tourist migrating from
England to Africa must go through an
aeciliniitltlng process, but 1 entirely ig
nore that idea anil Had it unnecessary
with myself and worker.
"Doctors nlwny that no work must
be done In Africa by new comers, but ns
we hv no time to wait wo Is-gln work
tho first day on striking African soil, and
probably are Isitter for It," Dostoit Ad
vertiser. llnw I'nrtiiKit Carry Wiititr.
Spanish, I'ortugneso and Indian k-o-ple
have a way of cooling water com
mon to them nil, but tho I'ortugneso in
habitants of I lie Azores and Madeira
have a lit tlu touch of their own which
travelers In tilt- east liavo failed to unto.
They draw their water fresh from deep,
dark wells, or the public fountains, into
big terrn-cotta water coolers, Then thoy
wash some big ferns ami thrust them
down Into the water, there to give tip
tliclrcartlilycooltiesa, This littluscheiuo,
which Is highly salislactnry from the
I'ortugllese point of View, was evolved
iu tho same way. cvi letiily. as tho In
dian learned to make soup by dropping
red hot ft oil'- into the Hitage. The
ferns are i e,l by the rorttigu-so milk
men iiUi t.t act as leafy umlirell.isto the
big gourds and jars of milk tltey carry
on a jail,- across tlieir should -is, fiv-di
ones Is-ing plucltrttl from tim-i t time.
They also answer tlm sunn- purp'sui as
dis-s tint blis k of wood wiiich horseuit ii
put into a pail of watertli.it gee into
freight rnr with a traveling Itoi-...-. Tltey
keep the milk from hlir.liiug.- New Y-irk
T, lreeltt Aeeiili nl.
All arra-njemeiit fur the p'-vnteiit d
acci-lelitN by tho t-lectric ciini lit hat-Is-eu
mlopiiHl at the works of tin- Mor
gan Kiiftimi'riiig company of Alliance,
0. A Imard is lixed on tin- w ill I'-icing
the dymiino in the eiu'oie room. .'n tlti
lioar-1 am MX liookn on tie- dice!; of tin
six men who am eini-l-y -d i -i I. m ,1; inu
after tho circuits. W.n-u a in in is called
on duty ho removes hi- clu ck t'toin tin
hook ami takes it willt liim. Tln-etigi
neer si-ei by a glance al lite hoard thai
one lieok is iiliM-ut. and lli-it tlterefori
one man is engaged about the I i th -aroiiutl
the sltot. lio-l tin- tlyuatao Ih iioI
turted unlit tVi-h-i 't i. r-pl tc-il mi tin
Inaik. Tlm i-it-,'iuei r then understand
that the const i" clear, and turns on lii
current wiiltotii fear of accident to an)
of the liiienit-u. -I'.xcliaiige.
Tlie (.riltllleil l.r. tlir.-r.
A lectiirer t-i whom we miiv Itsletn-tl,
who reatl every word of Itia lecture, had
sewetl the leaves Ingcllicr Willi Mich Iu
judicious firiiitu-ss that lite latt WopI ol
each tilt-- wits a!) but iudeciplieriilile- i
pain to li'in-i'lf and an eMit-ia riilloii (
Ills audi. "i -r. Tiiin k, nlli in. in was w
lit III- aw.il f the Want of Imtcli be
twecu IiIiiim II' mill hi-In-ait-ix that tin
1. 'oitii ul plaudits which irr.t-lually la-gao
to halnle lil sncceat. in get , ing at a mi in
difficult void tlian iimiiiI only evoked in
assurance that tlioiigh tin- npplaiiM- w:o
extii-mely gralit)ini( to liim he rathet
I'eit n il it tiHtk up time! The cheers thb
provokt d tiaik up mi much time that
when I hey were on r a gia-l part of lib
hearers wcn-ulsogone. t'liainls'i-s' Jour
Interview toil Ho HIiik of I'ltiaiirtt.
With the Karon tin itothsc hlld I did
not get oil lit nil. llosaikl Kllgllsll so
like myl rciich that tlio situation war
"I inn front the t Iraphlc,'' said I,
"Ah;" saiil lu-j "mi Loudon tiwaph
l-Ptplcj it ccs ono great p iper."
"No," said I. "Tint New York lliil)
"Ah!" sai l he: "I see. No, I know
tiosslng ul urn t cel."
"Hut I liavocoiiio to speak upon llnan
"l'Vunrncor" he asked.
"Yes," said 1. "I'Iimucc,"
"Alt!" ho saiil! "Stat ees ou -gr-r-r-inid
subject of which lean sis-ak tint imy
Iting at nil." Julian Ititlph iu Chatter.
.. ... a
A "niuneless bee disease" has aps-ared
during the last few ,cars, mid thu beo
Leeia rs Imvu had to lametit not only lie
nleted hives, but largu tiitiiilnirM uf ilia-
i-nsetl Is-es, The bees look blind' because
of loss of hair, much its do robls-r la-esor
old bees ill spring, nml frequently iiiaki
Hrnnge motions In front nf the hives, its
though dancing or in convulsions. The
dim-asu Is supHisi-d to he. ditu to fungoid
attack. The remedy la found in suia-r-soiling
tho ipieen with a healthy one,
and also iu having a plentiful supply ol
Milt water closo to tin- hives, where, thu
Im-cs can gain ready access lo it. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Klitrlila'a liny WIkkIii-i.
I'sentiibia county can lsa.st nf a
weathi-r prophet to whom Wiggins rotihl
not hold u candle. This prophet is a
negro buy, 7 years of age, who it is said
makes prophesies alamt -the weather
maiiv days ahead, which hi nine- rases
out of tdi con in true. It Is alleged that
he is us black as the aco of s utiles, has
red eyes, and lives m-ar Millvlew, a vil
lage ou I'crdido river, als-ut seven miles
'.vest of JuckMiiiiilh.-. Florida Timi-s-L'nioii.
IHIl'errnro In Value.
"How latli.died aru my lays!" mur-
imirisl the pia-t.
'lis, cat kled the lien; "but you can t
get tweiit-)' cents a dozoii for't-m." Har-H-r'a
-M'orkc-d I.Ike a I'hnrui.
Ilratlliiltl's I'vinnlc Regulator worked
like a charm ; improvement Iktii wiiiiiIit
Ittl ; ciiiiitot fvinvss in v grntituilr. Wish
everv luily ulllictvil would Irv it. I know
it would cure tlirtn. Mas. l.n.A A. I.nNis,
Spring (Irove, l-'ln.
virile llriitlliclil Kcgiilutor Company,
Allatitii, tin., tor particular. I ty (ill
Tin- n iiMiin KAI'A M'H
MKkullIt kll.l.IlK i
Ihr tin ml wuiHlrrltilinril
ktiu', In Imhiiuht It hnn
tii'vit fnlUil In nuv In
mm hit, no mntirr whut
thr illKi'iinr, (turn i.V.l
KiiHV to thr Hlmitlmt
itlMrunc knuwa lutlu-hu
The Htlrntini' mrn nf
tttHlny i' I I m nml
irnvf that every rihr-t
vi i w !
Cauftcd by Mlcrolc
zBADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
lUti-rittlttati-a lltr Mlerols-a anil tlrtvrs Itti-m
ntlt ol till' ayMtt-tlt, anil w llt-n that la itottr
ymi i-nntiot linvr an in-hr or liaSt. No mat-
ti-r wltal the iIIm-sm-, whi-thrr s aiittplr i-sar
nt Malarin 1'i vrr or n eontlilnntion of ilia-i-atH-N,
wt- i-tire tltt-at nil at thr aiotir llntc, aa
sc tivat all Utat-aai-a vollatitutiut ally.
,ittlntin. Cnimuiimtii'ih Ciiturili, llron
chiiix, h'lit iiimitittii, Killncy mid Uvir
Iiiwmh; C lulls iiwl rvvcr, rvnwlc
TiiiiiIiIi k, in nil its Ihrnin, nml, hi Out,
cure Disame known to the lluntun
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Ht-r Hint ottr Trndr-Mark (anntr a aliuvi)
niivani on cacn jua.
Mt-titl for hook "lllatory of Ih MIituIk
Mint," Kivvn away uy
J. 0. GRANT, Ph. ii.,
Holt Axcnt, Aahcrlllc, N. C,
Palaci STisaita. Low Rati.
Four Trip, par Waak Batwaan
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
ratotkajr, Mvlt mm. Marl, -od iskm
lluma Wo farts.
vrjr WMk tt BtlwMn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
tsfaarMl HMr Trip 4arta iM, JbI. Att tW.
DoubU DmI- Un Btwn
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C. B. WHtTCOMB, 0. P. A., DrMMf. Mkm.,
Otrolt and OIvlnd StMm Nnv Oo
ICiiffllMti aud Frcuch
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES ANO LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 4i Frvm-h Uroud Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL
(I'ur ninny yrnm AHmH'liilr PrimHtml uf Mi.
vt-niun iimtiiute, numitmrr I
AnnlMtril hy a i'orM uf vuniicntvnl UmvIutii
TO WEAK MEU
titnVrln frsm Iha ffat-M of youthful wnot arty
.ray, waatln WMknuaa, la.1 manhood. Ms., I win
and a Tslnabl trauiaaiaaaliwll onaanln. full
parttrnlar. for horn, qtra, f RKK f .har. A
plaBdld nadlrml wortr taonld iba raad by mry
Ma who la barroua and dabllltalad Adlnas
rreC r. C. VOWLEB, acaaa, Cwuw
aoS dftw It
Aahcvlllr, N. C April II, 1HNU.
The copartncrahli hrrrtofore f slatlna be-
twrrn the uudrralancd, umlrr the Arm name
of I'I'I.I.IAM Attn., Is thladnyillsanlvrrl by
mutual conacnl. The dt-ttts dae by sattl Arm
will lie paid liy l.nwnnre I'ulllnm, and the
dt-tils due to anld Hnn III lie pnld tu him,
anil tliv Ittialni-aa contlnttrd liy him.
tl. C. WAIlDHt.U.
To our iialrona of the pnat I
I have this day sold my Interest anil Rood
III In the Inauranve tuialneaa la Aahevllle to
Lawrence l-ulllnm, who will continue th
Ituslntss, I liraiHitk fur him a cuntlnuanei
uf your patronaac.
I). C. WAIttlltLL.
New house, newly rurnlahcd, all modern
linprovemrnts, large room a, good table.
MRS. M. C. GOODS,
S3 College Ht.
FAMILY 6R0CER1ES AND PROVISIONS
Aceat for It re ml Creek Woolen Mill.
North Mala AalMTtlle, N. C.