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ASHE VILLEftDAILYICITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I hiul a malignant breaking out on my
leg Ik'Iow tin- knee, mid whs cun-d soum1
nml well Willi two I " i"llr I '"I Hhh ol
b. ti. 8. Oilier IiIikhI inixliciuts hud lull
id to do mi' mi)' b'o'si.
Will 0. Bisaty, Yort-.vUIo, a. C
I wan troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and thrco
Imttics of 8, S. S. cured mo pcrnuv
ueutly. Wallacr Mann,
Manmrtllo, I. T.
Our nnok on Blood and Skin Disease
Bwirr Si'Bcmo Co., Atlanta, Qa.
A. II. COBB,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL.
A. S. GRAHAM,
fiftii-c over J. II
I.ftw'a Store, Huiith Main
it tree I.
With Kaa r.oc.
I'llltnu with MilvtT or nmiilcani....riOv. to75e.
' " Kld I.imi imhI upwiirtl.
Mi-t tif teeth oo.
Ik-Ht net of teeth i $n.uo.
No Ik tier miulc, no nintter whul you pay.
M. A. N'EWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, n. c.
Will umi'lliT In the loth mill 1-th Itidichtl
Itislrict. i if North Carolina ami In thr Su
preme Court nml the l-eilcrnl Court uf the
Western I 'islrlt-1 ot North Carolina.
Tumi. H. IIAVliimiN, Tints. A. Jonks,
Klllt'lKh. jAS. .. MARTIN, AstevlllC.
IJAVIIISON. MARTIN tJONI!S.
Attorneys nml Counsellor, at Law,
Asheville. N. C.
Will iirsillcc In the I Ith nml lath Judicial
tiislrH-ts, nml in the Supreme lot
i-uruUiiit. nml In the IVileritl C(i
..urt iif North
rts of the I
Western liistriet of North Cnroliili
Meter to llnnk "I Ashcvlllc.
Architect and Contractor.
ltt.a. tMHfieutliinii nml eMtlinntes fur.
nlHhetl. All work In my line eoiilrueteil for,
wml m ehnrue fur ilntwitiK. on conlrnels
Mph-irnmi when ileitireil.
lillive: No. 12 Hendry llloek. North Court
fell I ltd 1 v
H. II. ItKKVKS, II. II. . II. K. SMITH, II.
Dm. Rcevca & Smith.
iikntai. mt orflCK
Ill Connnlly llullillnu. om Keilwooil's Store,
I'eeth ritrnetctl without iMiin, with the new
niiKthetic, uuuall cases ol trrvauiiiruy eur-
T ". KAMSAV, D. D.8..
J Ofllcc i
In lUntnnl niilldlnu Bntronees,
Avenue nml Main Street.
J. W. HOLUNUS,
I will iirncli In the clly and surroiindinit
hi,... .i w. P. Iilitnton Co.'s stnlile, 7
Houtll Main street. !""
WM, R, PENNIMAN
rur loiirtfllie DDinv UfftDlfC
inc WonLf iLLt nniun nuni,
AMheville, N. C.
r. o. hoi p.
NltW IIOUHBI NHWLV HUHNISHItO
ALL MOUIIKN IMI'KIIVUMKNTb.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 1111 Haywood mreet.
Tint I.AHI'.IIHT AND HltST liUl irl'IlK IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIE
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
coNsei.Tisn ciikmist Ann misiso soimkks.
Analyses of Mrtnls. (Ires. Coal or Coke, Mia
erai wnten., rer.u,.i.
I'MICB I.IMT N AI'I'I.ICATION
Mining proiierty Investlaated, dcrelocl,
bouiint nnu .niti.
Snmplee enn lie sent hy mail or eipress.
sent by esire., eharges must lie prcald.
Aarnta wanted la every place.
IIH. II C. WOl.TCKItCK.
tMoriMRcauuToitco. Atlanta ba.
Burn. In tny t.mp without d.n9.r of
tip oaing or uaing tire, vet mat you
gat tho genuine. For tale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AAMKVtLLB, N. C.
Serious I!il)illion Hcimi'lptl in
The Movemont Regarded With
At the BlimeH Capital im Its Lender I. a
Man Who UatMj Coaiinunileil n flliu
tier but Lea. Vortanato Out break Close
Call fur lura Bernhardt from an Over
do. of Chloral
REBELLION IN 81AM.
Oppressive Taantloa Canses the People to
London, June 6. Newt hoe been re-
oelvsd of a Tory asrioui rebellion In
Norther Slam, provoked by tn op
pressive taxation levied oa the people.
The province iu which the rebellion haa
broken out adjoint Barman, the mot
reoent addition to the British empire iu
Asia, and it aaid to have suffered about
equally from Burmese raid and native
oppressing. The King of Stan It ene of
the wealthiest m the world, with money
wrung from hb.mbjeoU, and nil yearly
income i enormous. The leader of the
present retiellion commanded a similar
outbreak font autumn, when he was de
feated and compellod to retire to the
forest, ilus tlmo tne movement is
much more formidable and ie regarded
with anxiety at the Siamese capital.
LONDON'S LORD MAYOR
A anted of ftaerlflelng the Dignity of Ills
Ortloe HI. Ileply.
The lord mayor of London, in answer
ing a crlticiHui to the effect thut he had
sacrificed the dignity of hie office in
lignlng a memorial under (Jurdfniil Man
ning, aaya that cardinals have boon ro-
Jarded all over Europe, since tho Iohs of
be temporalities of the holy see, as de
posed princes, ana that Air. liiaiistone
and Lord Salisbury have both recognized
this rank in Cardinal Manning. The
cardinal has written a letter expressing
his earnesf sympathy with the cause of
Uome Hnlo ror Ireland, a eutiject on
which British Roman Catholics are very
the Narrowly Escape. Death
Overdoee of Chloral.
Upnn returning to her hotel after
having performed at Her Mujiwty's
theater Monday evening Madame sura
lk-rnhardt suffered from an attack of
1 1 1 : .. . 1 ( I . I 1 .. 1.1,, ,.n
HI Nf. Ml. IWK IUH lliu.nl us uv '
overdose of chloral, w nen ner attena
anta discovered her the famous actress
apjieared to be in a dying condillou and
physicians were hurriedly suminpned.
After neraistent effort htstinv throiiKh
four hours and the application or power
ful remedies, Madame Bernhardt began
slowly to recover
Pmnonneed Asiatle Cholera.
Madrid. JuueSO.- The ootumisslon of
medical experts sent by the government
to the Drovlnoe of Valencia lor the pur
pose of investigating tua emaeuiio
which haa boea rairintt there, pronounco
the disease to be Asiatic cholera. The
commission also reports that how the
pestilence uau iui origin uuoeriutu.
MsJ. Wlssmanu arrived tn Berlin from
the east coast of Africa.
A uenerat strike of mssons. enrpenters
and bricklayers has orrurrud at oruun
At the approaching consistory the pope
will raise to the nardlnnlate three Italian
prelHtes and the archbishop of Vieuua.
Enulond will retain a consular agent In
Heliaoland. Qorinnny will not erect tortl
flcationa there without oonsttltlug Eu-
An ennloslon of ftrennmp occurred In a
col lory at tfciurhrnrken, Khenlah Prussia,
killing thne mou ami injuring several
The foreign budget was voted by the
Austro-IIunirarlan deputations, aud
vole of conlidence Iu the war minister
The npe sent to Cardinal Manning, on
the occasion of the tatter's silver jubilee,
his own Jubilee niedul, and His puutlUcal
Kmln l'asha. with his convoy, hss left
Mpwnpwa. An EiiKllh 'osruvun, under
Lugard, Is anout to start iroin .uoiuuom
for I UMiwIa.
The llmslllnn gnrarnntent hss estab-
llshnl uiiarantina ngsiust all arrivals
from Spanish and African ports on the
TrliHill l beina dornstateil by locusts.
The decomposed bodies of the insects 1111
the wells. Infecting I lie water aud render
ing: It unlit for use.
Bars HiTtihsrdt confessesa nlntnnic love
for lleitrr M. Stuuluy. and says she
would liiinii at the cliuuce to accompauy
hlra to the unirt of Airtra."
The IMIh anniversary of the creation of
the regiment of tliu Unrdes dit i;urps was
oelebrated at t'otsdatii. r.iuperor V til
ls m rode at the head of the rnKliueuU
The New H"t!i Wales attbldy to the
Rao Francisco mull will conse after No
vember next unless the Ainertenn sub
sidies towards the service are, continued.
The Swiss National rath has decided to
hold an extra session, beginning (Septem
ber IM, to consider the questions of revis
ion of the coiiatlttilioii anil of the customs.
A farmer named MaN'atnara was shot
from ambush and and mortally wounded
at Knnis, Ireland. The assassin used a
shotgun. The clime was the outcome of
The Hutmar nn finance minister ana tne
Rothschild syndicate have entered Into an
agreement for the conversion of taU.lxiu.UOO
florins of S p.r cent, paper rentes Into 4
per sent, gold rentes.
The Inhabitants of Heligoland fear the
Germans will build a pier at the Islaud,
thus destroying the means of livelihood of
the boatmen who now convey ptumcnger.
to and from the shore.
rl rw.lfnrd. the new chief commis
sioner of the Ixindon metropolitan police,
has issued an order forbidding the mem
bers of the force tram noiamg nieeitnae
for the purpose ot agitating their griev
aauea. During the progress of a magisterial
election at Knlocsa, Hungary, a mob
made an attack upon a voting station, but
were repulsed by gendarmes. Three of
the attacking party were killed and eight
a...r.i vam .hocks of sarthntiake
have occurred In the vicinity of the Black
Forest of Transylvania, creating great
eousternatloa among the inhabitant,
ninny of whom deserted their houses and
are camping out, Very little damage to
property Is r-ported, but in many places
the mirth hss cracked, leaving Assures
wide and deep enough to engulf any house
III the disturbed region.
The relehstag haa finally, and wlthoat
debate, accepted the estimates for colonial
credits upon tho government's statement
that the Anglo-t lerinnn negotiations have
not yet been concluded.
The Herman aoveruitieut hat arrived at
an agreement with the parlies la the
;--" : 7--
af the Kust Africa estimates,
The trial of Father Crowley, parish
priest of Bantry, County Cork, on ft
charge of boycotting, began at that place
Monday. The town It very mucH excited,
The government has taken extraordinary
precautions against disorder, nisi extra
puliru liuvi ig been drafted in addition to
tho WW muiiiili' 1 gininlH.
I' unit SI lite.
PlTTsiinid, .Iniio 80. The following
wiih received from Dunbar Tuesday
Tho miner lirol;e through the coal at
!I:!I0 iHIb morning. Mine Inspector
Keiglilny says there iu hope of hearing
from the imprisoned men by 8 o'clock
Hope has again been revived that
some of the entombed minor s may be
tnkeu out alive. Tho rescuers broke
into the Hill Farm mine at 11:30 o'clock
this morning and after the loss of several
hours testing the air started on their
search for the men.
Mine Inspector Kelghley Bays he can
not tnfl what obstacles limy lie met, but
he hopes to roach the imprisoned men
by 2 o'clock this afternoon. If the air
is as good us at the opening he hits hopes
that some of tho ine.i may yet be alive.
The whole town is iistlv mid large crowds
are Hocking to thu lninu from all di
All the mines in tho cke region were
closed down this morning by urdor of
District Master Workman Korloot. The
men have been ordered to Dunbar to
aid the searchers.
The rescuing tmrty has reached "gob"
which is vory loose. They think they
lire eight feet from thu lino, the miners
will meet to-morrow to take action on
the resuo of the imprisoned meu.
In Regard to free Suiter and Iteclproclty
With Lutln Atiterlun.
Wasiiinuton, Jtine'JB. A semi-ofHclal
statement iu regard to Mr. blames re
cently expressed opMsttiim to certaiu
purta of the McKittley tunrr bill, ex.
plains thut in his talk before the appro
priations committee on Thursday last
the secretary recalled the result of plao
inn cotfee on the free list some yean
ago, aud said it was done for the same
reason tnat n is proposed to putce sugar
on the free list at this time to meet a
supposed political exmciicy.
Mr. blni'ie stsike Willi great earnest
ness, and said he would aive two years
of his life fur two hours oil the Hour of
the somite when the sugar schedule was
under consideration, b orty miliums of
nesiDle. he said, had expressed their will
! ... . ....1 1..-
iiiutiess 10 miiiut our itutt nuuuuw im
if we would tiiko the duty off their
tugar, aud iu the fatu of that propoei
sion our congress prnased to put sugar
on the free list without asking any con
cession In return.
Thu situation in congress is a very
singular one. The Republican members
of the hon and of the senate commit
tee on tiuaut'o have dcclurud iu favor of
free stiu'ar without seeking any conc.ee-
skiiis in return from the sugar growing
nations. Th l resident and Mr. Blaine
have declared, iu the message sent to
congreiis last Thursday, that such action
would be unwise ami a sacrifice of the
la-st interests of the country.
It is tsMu-ved that the amendment Mr.
Halo promised the oilier day would be
adopted by tne iteuuto by u large major
ity if it could ivueh a vote-. Tho suuie
beiilintents pruvitili'd in the house of
representatives, aud ul tne tune air.
lttittorwiirth made his sis-ech on re
ciprocity it was estimated that at least
100 itieiuiiers on tne Kcpuoucan sme
would have expressed their concurrence
in his views if they had had the nerve to
Mr. Blniiin submitted to the ways and
menus c uimittec informally an amend
ment to liie luiitf bill similur to that in
irisliitvd in the senate by Mr. Hale, au
thorizing the nriwident to declare the
I mns of the ('idled States free to the
sngar of any nation that removed the
duties on mir foial pnsluets, bnt Mr.
McKinley was tho only one of the Ite
publicans who would agree to it. The
ifiiiiiiudor objected because it would
"complicate matters. "
TO BUILD UP OUR NAVY.
Kenate and llntiae Cnnrereee Agree on the
Wahhinoton, June SO. The con
ferees of the senate and the house on
the navnl appropriation bill reached ft
final agreement Monday afternoon and
will report to their reisftive bodioe In
accordance with its provisions. The
house conferees agreed to the amend
ment made by the .-.ennte appropriating
1.10,000 for a torpedo cruiser and f 125,
iskj for a tor'do boat. They also
nureeil to the senate amendment appro
printing ip-.'iNi.iliKl for a dry des-k at Port
lloval, S. C. ami to the senate amend
ment increasing tho amount appropri
ated for shins under const ruction and
irovided lor 111 the lull lrotu fo.uuu.uuu
short 10. OOO.
El. Paso, Tex., June 20. Paymaster
Duran, of the .Mexican Central railway,
is in juil In the City of Mexico charged
with Wing IH,000 abort in his acoouutt.
Mr. Itui'im nat noici a uign iiiace hi vue
business and social world of this coun
try's caidtal, and his arrest on the above
grave charges nst causwo, a sensation.
Croab Keys, Fla.. June 26. -At the
Mtv .bs tion iil. J. Lntertolh, the
law and order enndiduto, win elected
mayor to succeed Mayor Ottrell, whose
wiienuihnuta is still unknown. The
Cottrcll faotiou worked liard to defeat
Aux.lnal.il la the Ihoetuw Netlesi,
Paiiw, Tex., June '.'0. Nuwt baa
reaclieil here of the nssassiuntion on
Fridnr night laot, near Davenport,
I'linMaw nntlin. of Muck Kl'viiie.
whits man. lie was shot flout i;itiliusli
while on lilt v ay homo from the sta
tion. Woman Itlee lor a Do.
r.n cmi-s-. ().. .limn 'HI. Mrs. Cnlh-
eriuu i;. ;;le.. a t"d ftl, wliile iltlellipliug
to e i a.- a nivorite dog who was nlny
I, ,.,,, ii. iiiil.oiul triu-k. was Struiik by
a 1'a.i Hiuille train at the DennisoD
nveiiue crossing and Instantly killed.
Trial of ene Cotton Belt Train Robber.,
TI'.xamuna, Ark.. June 89. The
trial of the Cotton Belt train robbers
uoui returned Monday, aud .Mrs. Uat-
clilfn gave bra' testimony, which agrees
wiih u.r Htatomeiit a lead v published
Her eviduuee cic.ned great exeiloineiit,
ml u-ln.ii she bad li'ii oied I be court re-
,,it,dl Hie iii-i-nincl's Ul itlll without
bail. It was not thought wife to keep
them here, and the linen men were
Knd of a lotif and lllsnel roils Tnyne,
Kw Viiuk. June 20. The Ueruian
bark J. C. Vnrtis, ui i iveil here Monday
with a cargo of coll'co and spices valued
at over J0(i,000 from Penang and
I. .... ufl... . vovtitra
JUaeaSSUr, cant lliun-n, -
of over four mnttllis, The captain and
first ollliier died on the voyage and the
uuu.l . bt'oitu-bt into tsirt hy Second
Ufllcer Hpreen, ft man '.'9 years old, after
Ditich sullel lug irom sirauess, luiouu-...
and mutiny by the uicw.
BKill.tN, June 2('..-riixrepn persons
have Is-eti poisoned nt fcdbnrfcld, tier-
iniiny, bv i filing diseased pom. oev
oral of litem ale ill a very serluiui cou
The Hraziliiin republic I'l'i-pur-
iug lor ScU-(!)i('riinii'nt.
The rJow Constitution Roady to
Be Acted Upon.
rarllnmentiirLm No l.miKr Kilati- In
stead the New Houtll Aillerlrnn Kepnb
llo Adopt, a Sritem uf Ouverniueut
Framed After Thut Now In Operation In
Vnrle Kaiu's Uumnln.,
PREPARING FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT.
Ilrasll's New Constitution Heady lo He
Acted on by the Aseembly,
Rio Janeiro, May 31. The new con
stitution has been elaborated by some
of the most notable jurists, consuls and
specialists in Brazil, under the immedi
ate supervision or wo imuisicrs, wno
certainly present in a fair measure the
talent and experience o( thu country.
This constitution will lat the funda
mental law of the land only after the
constituent assembly shall have ui
proved it, which approval in not likoly
to be withheld long, as nil feel the neces
sity of legalising the government just as
soon as possiuie.
Immediately aftertlte decreeing of the
constitution there shall le an election
for senators and deimtli-a sixty-three
of the former, three for each state and
Federal district mid 200 of the lutter,
according to population. The two
chambers will meet and begin their leg
islative labors together lit a constituent
canacitv. Intmediatelv after their first
regular session nml elect ion of presiding
officers the provisional government will
place In their hnnds tho functions of
government exercised by the latter since
the change effected on the 15th of No
vemlier last, and the assembly will at
ouoo select the new chief of state, who
will then proceed to orgiinice a regular
cabinet of ministers. Then the assem
bly will revise the com-titution and aft
erward proinulgTtu it hs revised. Sub
sequently tho two chambers will assume
their respective luuctioiis ul regular ivg
The following are the principal ideas
contained in the constitution:
Parliamentarism ceases. Brazil adopts
the American system of a responsible
executive, with secretaries responsible
only to him and to the people. The
senator or deputy who is chosen a secre
tary loses his seat. The first election of
the president will be iu November next,
by congress, bnt the constitution estab
lishes that this election subsennently
shall lie by means of electors. The peo
ple select electors In pr iportion to their
delegations iu coiKm-s-s. Kach state hat
a separate meeting of its electors on the
same dav a ml at the same hour. If no
citizen shall obtain nn absolute majority
the electoral collene. then congress
shull elect, choosing from the three per
sons who may have thu largest number
After this, in CHse no one Is yet elect-
d. comrress shall itixaiu vote, dropping
the third name and voting for the two
who have the largest nuinls-r of votes,
so that the president-elect shall have an
absolute majority of the votes oast. The
president shall be elected for six years,
and shall be ineligible for the next ten
years succeeding his term uf office. The
secretaries of statu are ineligible for the
presidency during their terms of ofHpo.
'ci... ..;.!..... ..i .K.. .h.ll tu.
111. UlCTl'll'll "l luv m:tlr v ,,,.(.
ice president oi tne reputiuc. incase
f the alisenen ox doath of the president
his office shall be Blled by the vice presi
dent, next by the spenkor ofthe house
of representatives, next by the vice
estdettt of the senate, nml lastly lit
he president of tlie supremo tribunal of
Wasiusiitiin. June 20. The Urnzll-
Ian minister has received a cablegram
from Kio Janeiro ttatiua- that the pro--isioual
mivernmeut hud adopted the
constitution, and that great rejoicing
prevails throitghoiit Brazil. It Is framed
lifter the constitution of the I'niled
States, and will be submitted for ap
proval to tho ueneral congress In .Nu-
SIMPLY A REVOLUTION.
he Leader of the Lower t'allfuriiU
Filibuster. Tell. III. Iturv.
Ban Fhancisoo, Juno 2d. - Walter O.
fimith, governor geuoral uf tin- organ
Uud blibusttirs, whose alteinpted raid
upon Lower California was nvcutly ox
pusetl, has returned to his soul bom
tome after a wooit s sojourn in tins city.
Whllu here he told the full story of the
lilibustering movement to a reporter of
The Chronicle. Uu says the limrlish
colonization coiniuuiv was nt the Isdtoiii
of the scheme which was in fact simply
Mai. Scott, the senernl innmiu-er of
tho colonization company, lirst broaclu-d
the sunjii-i to mm, ntiutu, at nan
Diego. Scott is a inemlsT of the Ku-
lisU Hoval hugincers and came to
.ower California una two years' leave
of nlisence which has expired mid he is
on his way lo India to join Ids regi
ment. Smith says:
Scott wanted a nnuilier of Ameri
cans lo locate at Kuseiiitdii. to take up
residence there, and become citizens of
Mexico. At the tirnsr time an upris
ing uf thu neinile would take place,
turns and ammunition isutig previously
aiinigglfd Into the territory from the
Lulled Stales. All independent govi.-ra-muni
whs to Is? set up in Lower Culifor-
liin , with bnsciiada oa tne capital.
"I accepted Si'ott's tiroposltioti, and at
Ms invitation made a tripto Lower Cali
fornia. If the scheme had wen curried
out 1 would have mode a rleau f"ni,i"i0
by the oiei'iilioii. .My printing otllce at
ban Diego I intnnde l to rutnove to En
tunda. whurv I was to start a dully pa
per that would Ist'ome the official organ
of the new independent government.
"1 wna to be mntle governor general ai
large salary. At Scott'a reiptest, lie
fore 1 visited Enscuailii 1 saw Ueil. Ed
wurd Hill in San Diego, (lull. Hill woa
with the Michigan voliinteurslii the war
of tlie rels-llioii. Ashe was exH-rt in
Uiililai v ulliiirs we Itsilteil ujsm nun at
a valuable man for SJeott'e scheme. He
aivotii ..iitieil mo to Ktisoiuvln and lifter
ltsiking over I lie ground wo lmth con
cluded Unit Ihe -s luiine wits feasible. It
is mv opiuiim that it would have been a
success hud not Scott taken so many
man into his conlidence. lie talked en
tirely tisj miich."
Miiklnn their lleiiibiiiii'lers III Tlliiiiuue.
vlll,. Iti-iiMili Thei-efiir.
TlPiMAHt 11,1,1'., On.. June 2.1. J. K.
l-'iii'eeNli1!'. iii esideiit of I be Melon ex-
elutuge, lias ordered all melons for points
Is'vond tltel lliio river to Is' sent lo hvitns
villevln Allaiiln andCliulluiiiHigii. This
ismie trlves the Central, Ihe Western anil
Atlniiili'. tin- 1 1. C. and HI, Isiuis all the
luisiiiess, mill Hie oilier roads nre kicking
in eonse.ieiu-e, and some of the roads
have given lip the llglil ngiiliist stlt'li
Miist of t f tta rnllriiiid solieltora are
milking their heiuluuarli'rs here during
the melon season. II is more convenient
to reach nil points of lite melon territory
from h'To llinu from nny other silnt.
bill the ileal iusl made will cause several
ofllieni to ipiil solleillng for their re
spisdivn routes, and It is not known now
Just how mutters will end.
The 1-Vnmlc Cnllegc, with its spacious well furnished buildings, cool, well shaded, grassy campus of seven ncrcs, will la- us'ii
for Ihccntcrtiiitiinciit id' liotirdirs from now until ScplcniUr 1st. Pare IfH, lo, 11' sr week, iiccniiliiig to liicntion of room.
Children under lillecn veins id age nut iidiuitteil, . . ,.
As a school for the llioroiigli education and refilled culture iil'gnls and young Indies, this Institution has no siivrmr m this
sivtiiin of the ciinntrv. It finiiislics rare nil vantages in Music, Art, l.itugu.iKC, Literature nml Si-ienec. Pupils have every
comfort fo I iu nil vlcuiuil home. Charges lire low fur the line inlviiiitages given, I'ur ctit ilugue or liny iiilorinntiiiii
wuntcd, nddicss l'ROI- II. Ii. ATKINS, A. I. CollcKC Alicillc, N. C.
STRIKE ON IHE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Wliiell Thri'iileii. to Tie l' the Itoad
from I iiit-suu f t New Orleans.
ClNriss M l, June SO. The following
United P'-ess dispatch was receiviHl
front Chicago Tuesday morning;
As a result of the strike of the Iowa
division of tin- Illinois Central at 1
n'chsdt this morning eighteen trains
were st inding 111H the tracks ready to
go out. while twelve trains were scat
tered along the division whiisli should
have 1 n In at that hour, lirnud Mas
ter Wilkin i'ii. of thu U-otherhissl of
Kailroud Trainmen, will Is- here this
morning. Tie ..inkers sre sisitivo that
lie will approve of lie ir nciiou, and that
uuli-ss ii seltli niid is reached soon the
entire Illinois Central syslein front Chl-
ogot" N-w Orleans will ls tied up.
Uhels'iil sv: i bine., and ihe n-pre-
senttitives from the suburban Iriuti ser
vice held a iius-ttiig last ni-,lit and de-
lared thi'ir willingness to strike at a
moment s notice. 1 he yardmen also de
clare their readiness to slri!e. A itui-t-
ing of all the employes m the op -rative
department of romp my i railed for
lo o clock this moriiiui:.
The tiaimneii, f n ight engineers and
firemen, switchmen, eros ing guards,
etc., will rendezvous nr the downtown
froight yanls at 7 o'clock this morning,
and committee will ls iti;Hiintis ro wait
on Ueiii-ral Suih-riiiten.lj.it Sullivan and
state their ca-e. If hi' n'smso is un
favorable they will rail a meeting and
form some nlaii for ls'i luniiieiite'iiultict.
Siirrtnteiiilelit I net well expresses tne
niltiinn I int t ie o: .-i"-:' me mnusiny
will recognize the jiism-euf the strikers'
li'iuuuds us a-sin ns t;n-v have ail oppor-
ttltlitV to ilivesli-ntle I'telll.
Only Mali Train. All.ius.l tn linn.
Tlie Illinois Central strike bus as
sumed serious pri'iHirtions. inasmuch, at
It now Involves tliu immense suuitroaii
trafllc of the pmd. A lies-ting of the
strikers was held early Ibis morning, at
which the n deeul'-d lo stop the run
nlngof all triitus ex.ypl tltotu curving
the Culled stales mall.
Aocordiimlv. as last us the suburban
trains camu in this, morning they were
sidetracked, and it was not long Is-fore
the tracks weie completely bea-k" I up.
suburlmn tvniiis, freight trains, and
throngh and way puvuitger trains Isdng
mlxetlin almost inextricable Confusion.
The lust suburban tram arrived at
the desit at "-.lo n. m., and the lu.-n an
iiouiicihI that that would Iw tin- lost so-
urban tram lo come In nr go out until
the tpiestion as to Sns-nnt.-u lent Kus
sell's retention was dis-ided mm way or
At nresent the strike effects the road
only from Chlrago to Kiiukalos'. but the
men say that unle-a they k imi their
jsjint llley Will tie uplheelitiiosysti in
(ihicngo to New iJrh ans.
A confimiiw ts'twis'ti the men ana
the officials of the road has been culled
for UuVl'N-k Ibis after. loon.
At 10 o'cl.s-k the sink -r ngieiit to let
Ihe express cur Is? Iiltaelusl to the mail
car of tlie St. Louis Haiti. At 10:11 Ihe
two cars and an engiuu pulled out, uu
eouclim b. lng nttocbeil.
LARGE MAIL ROBBERIES.
In Kins Mentha .Mlil.llO0 I. S.-enred lie.
tneen l iniiu II llliill. nml liaveupiirt.
Cllli'AiHi, June 2.-For over nine
months ist constant complainta have
reached the chief of sistolllis lnsss-tors
lu re of the lists of checks, jsistal orders,
money, etc., while ill transit between
Coituiil 1 dulls uud Davcnisirt, Iowa.
The total luce value of mail mutter lost
is over f ssi.tssi.
The iusisH'tora delniled on the case
discovered lliat mail 'Uches were
stolen lit Wvulidoiie junction, where
the insll Hint i el nil Ihe ls-k l.land road
is transferred lo ilie linrlitiKlon road for
earlv luornllig lb livery III Chicago. I Hie
poliell Willi -SI per Ciill. I'l Its l-iillH-llis
rilled was found at the Isittom of a
Another, containing nearly fr.'.in.ixsj or
cheek uud tliutie w.:s ilin-ovcrvd In a
v.-iruul house. Sit railroad euipluius at
W yimd -.tip juiirlioii ivi-re p.ueeil utidur
siii-V'-lllanie. rolirul tueiu. However,
luunaged lo slip av- ni. The other two,
Wilsoa (ins'ii and A I', t.ivweroaf
rested Mou-lay and la-Id lor trial In
iO.OU'l em 1l.
6ULLI VAN-JACKSON MILL.
A lliiliuir thai II I. I Take I'lsee un Vir
ginia si, II.
Vsi(MiT'iN..liiiio'.'il. - His n-pnrbsl
that the Sullii an-.be ..soli prize light
will lulte pi iiv nliiios; under the shadow
of the eap'iol. It will ls a contest with
gloves, ami itrritigeiiii'iita are being
made for the light .
Thete Is Inl': ot nu extra seislmi of the
Virginia liv;:l.iture In re-eln.l the
charter of a loading W'lishliigiou Alhlel
ir club. This Is tlie same club that has
the Siillivnu-.laeks.iti liulit iu hand. The
legislature when II I is-ed Ihe charter
did not know what w'ii ill it. Thu
charter gives all sons of privib' res. The
club will in -I have a bull llifiit. The
Hlilliv illi-.l.ac i.a'ia lii.ul will liiittt place on
ut laid lllld Mlirderesl.
MoNTlrl'i.i.ii, III.. .Intie ail. As liar-
lev Knssell and III. wile were reluming
to their liotiie tu a buggy HatiiUy
night, thev were balled ill the otitsKirts
of llie ciiy by ( iilvlu ilolden and Alls-rl
Dunham, lliinhaui seU.u.1 the hor-e and
Hidden drew u rcmlver, mid with a
curse fin d at Knssell. The hull s'iu
tratcd his i i,;lil side, anil, passing 1st
tween the ribs, piodiieed a wound from
which Knssell ill d. I lol. leu and Lum
haill liuve la-i'li ni resled.
Tilluisn Kpeiik. uf Thlnf Ihnl llifurluls
the r.uple uf south rarollua.
'"l.l miiia. S. (J., June 25. Not since
Ihe days ol recoiisli ui tion rule, has any
man caused such a ripple of excitement
on t In isiliiii'al arena us bus lajen made
by .Mr. Tilliiian, w ho ssike in tins city
to a Mist tisseiiiblitge of Isdh factions.
It would ls funic to attempt an epitome
of his sHiHh. Hit cbarged the is.liti
iiiins ol South Carolina wilh iolilii'iil
leprosy, and detin.-d that as ollli'e seea
iug I. r money, and the money that they
could iiinke bv bcin . lit office.
In I be com m-ol his remarks, lillman
hi id : "Ih-liite the war you had gissl
Koveriimeiil, las-HUee your ollii ials were
men ot honor and sought olllce for the
honor of it. Since the war they have
sought olllce for tho sake of the pay.
IVtorc th. w-nr llaj lie resigned his seat
in the I'nitisl States seliute and eame
home to is' governor ut u smaller salary.
Since the war what have you seen ? A
pivi-riiiir ri-signiiig bis office to aivi-pl n
clerkship un. lei i lie government ut Wash
ington at u linger salary I Yhu lime
seen a iudge n-siun his scut on the bench
lo go to cungri-se lax-iiuse the salary was
larger: And you have mva a i-ongress-miiii
resign his sent to acrept a railroad
iHnitiiiii Issaiiso the salary was larger,
Thev .iiv 1 tisik the charge of iHilitieiil
it lttiid -
leprosy l uck. I don t bike
roll it in on 'em."
Tillman stirs this is the aristocracy of
Si mill 'iiroliiiii.itinl these assertions have
kindled their wnith. and denuiieiiitlniis
of Inm mid his itiethisls Hro loud, and
rel.nind wilh the is-lio. Tilliiuiu fears
t lu lu not, iinil suva lie is rejoiced at the
rosins-! Dial liaiins laiforu him : tbut he
bids safe in nsw-rtiiig his Is-lief that he
will Is- Siiith I iiruliiia s next governor,
nml has an abiding faith that farmers, at
the .lls, will Isar tostitiiony to Ins ut
terances of warning from sililic.'il prolli
gacy. I in- campaign is the old palmetto stale
is ut Is.iling heat, but it is llolssl Unit
linriiiony will Jirevnil. lieu. Hampton
is hero, and iitiide a ringing ss-ech in ou
ss.iiinii l Til I iititii : Goii, Karle und oth
ers also ssike. The anti Tillman side
nre lios ful, and will use their very best
endeavor, lo win Ihe light.
SOUVENIR OF THE WAR.
All Old lliH-ontriil Held In High Ksteem
hy a I'uiileilemte Veterun.
Atlanta. iu.. Juno 25. Private Wil
liam II. Mm bell has just had his parole,
which he has pn-sorved through all Ihe
tr ing years since the siiiTen.ler, framed
n a wiiii eiiir "f the il.uysof thu Confed
eral . W lieu paroled, he and two com
pmii'iiiis walked from Karmville, Vn., to
llu-ir hoiiH-s in l lisirgia. Hen- in the parole:
"To whom il may concern : This is to
ei-rlirv that Ihe Is'-arer hereof, William
II. Milcbell. Co. A, :isll tieorgiii, hits
Ibis.'niy l.Iv.-ii his parole mil lola-ur arms
aguiiisi the giiveriimelit of the I'liltod
Motes, or eiiier lino nny nary uu-
'''V'arolisl by urder of l.leul.-fri.n. V. 8.
lirinil, I'lirmiille, Vn.. April 1.1, lull.
J. It. r .Ulllll KF8,
Ctiptiiin .s-ilenl I'roiosi Mnrshttl."
Siirremlei. tlnly tn ( lipid,
IUi.TIM.'Iik, June in. - Cards are nut
f..r the in " -iiige of ('apt, Murrell and
Miss M. Cotmlek. a young lady of this
eitv. Capt. Murrell may be remem
bered as the ci.mili.inder of the stenmnr
Missouri, which rescued in mid-ocean
the passengers of the sinking strainer
1 mnniiu k.
Mill l ire ul . rlllu,, N, M.
At Hi sji iivi'i:, X. M., June ?. At
Ceriillos, N. M., ft town alsmt fifty
uiili-s from this i.lace. Il titire Imsi-
ItissS U1 was uiuiisn eutiteiy oiiriieu
Moiulav night causing a loss estimated
Ot- II mill red ami rilly-rlrel liny.
In the seiiate-The agricultural rollege
bill nu pasaed, with an amendment ill
vldlng the f untie) between colored and
ehltnj.i!s uf a slate. The conference
reporlllUiu dependent pension bill was
admitted, and conferees appointed oa ths
fort lllcnl Ions hill. The Cox ob,eiiilrs
ware isl polled until Thursday. Altera
short executive ses.lim the senate ad
Ill the house- I'be Atkinson bill, con
firming certain lights In Washington Ui
the l'.Dii-v IvmiiIii Hailroad ouupany, was
detailed tiiost ..f lh day. Without action
the bouse in.'., i lied.
.IllilKll.g b Hhi Label.
"What iiits'r piiinpkliil lisiks mure
lilin squash, don't It'.-" n'tnarkisl one
l,ewlstoii woinati to her visitor, lately.
That's Just what 1 thought," replied
the other, letting hiT work drop into hor
lup. "1 lisiked and I. silted at my run,
but It wits liils'lrd 'Pumpkin,' and so 1
supiHiw'il it must Is' piimpkiti mid made
pumpkin pies of it: but Tom ili-clared
I hey were ipti-cr piiiiipkin pus. wru,
It sitys piniipklil and 1 Isdirvo why, siss
heiv!" Her Huh' girl had torn off the
outside puMr and on that next tho can
was a pieltirti of n squash, ,.nd uiuler
lienth! "This siHitsh, etc," H'UliM'fortli
these wotiii'ii put no morn coiillduiice In
Inls'ls, And is-rhups when Tom gnU
over saying, "ipnsir ptiiupkin plea," one
nf thrill will fisd mori' itliiilly,disHwed
towards the iniiiiufiirturcr whose aiiuosh
Is pumpkin If pumpkin will sell better,
The ".tlotlu-r'M l-'rli-iicl."
Not iiiily sin. liens labor and lessens
limn attending it, but greatly iliiinn
ishrs the ilutiger to lilc of both mother
nml child il used it lew mouths la't'otc con-
Write llrnillicld Regulator Compnny,
Mlanla, On., lor particulars. Hy nil
Thr rtfit.iii R ADAM'S
Mil. K 'Hi; Kll.l.l-M ,n
(he iiHttit wonilt-rftil nietl
it-iiH. 1h tttfunitc it hint
lu vt-r fitilttl in itny in
Kiiiticr, no nuiitrr aHh1
Oh thm'itiM', tn.ni l.lil.
KiiSV to thr iimtlfHt
tlim itM known to thi-hunt
Thr mifnliht nun of
to ilny c 1 a i m nml
prove that rvvry
Caused by Microbes,
R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER -
Klt-rtimiiitt- Hit' MicrolM iiimI tlnvt'H t lit mi
Mil of the mU hi, immI whi n that im (Imic
voii tititni.t have an ache or m. No nmt
ttr what Iht-iiimarn-, whi tlirr a Minplc f
ol' Miliaria I- vit or n cMtntinuition of Mn
t'lirW M, we curt' them all at the ttaatr time, tt
ac treat all iliwawh etatftitulioi ully.
Asthnui, Ctttisiinifttimi, CitHith, Hum
chit is, h'hriitimtism, Kit liny Hint Liver
'ittviM, Chills tun! l-vvcr, i entitle
TrmthU s, in ,-tH its tortus, nml, in fiiet,
every lhesie kimwit to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Her that our Tratlt-Mark
aplKurft on em h jhk.
tenl for I k 'Mitory
kllkr,' niven vii) by
iMimc nn nliovr
of the Mlirulrc
J. IS. GRANT,
Sole Apftttl, Artheville, N. C.
novt7 tilr iu M un
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill lliilt-s Mouth of Asllt villi', oil A. At H. K. K.
f Ml IMI
IHiitur mid Tin Parlies on uiK-dny'siiotlee,
TIioh. A. MorrlM, Prop.,
Ill'l lo dlf
Anita, N. t.
Asheville, N. C, April II, 1HHU.
The eointtner"hli heretoiorc filsllng Is:
I wren the undersittned, under the Arm name
of I'I'I.I.IAM At LI I., Is tills day dissolved by
mutual consent. Thr debts dne by said Arm
w III be pnid by Lawrence I'lilllnni, and the
di'bts due to snld Arm villi tie paid to him,
nml Ihe business combined by him.
I. AWKHNCIt I'l 1.1.1AM.
II. C. WAIIt'lil.l..
To our pillions of the past :
hnve this tiny sold my interest and goinl
w ill In Ihe Insurance business In Asheville to
Lawn-nee I'tillliini, who will riinllnue the
hiislniss. I liesH-iik lor him a loiilliiiniiice
of votir piiti'iiitiigv.
Ii. C. WAIlliUI.I..
Ilt.tl I d.'lud
I OH hi; NT.
Apply to us dining the itieoiiiiiiK week tu
rent the Kink uiutrry on the npiHisllc side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
MINK TltNKM ItNT HlltlHIM
near by. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
FAMILY 6R0CERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Kcemi Creek Woolen Mllle.
North Main A.btvllle, N. C.