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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 30 "1890.
I Nature should fie
aaslsted In the
Sring to throw off
.the higgUh winter
circulation of the
doea it so well, io
prompt or so safely
I hare uied S. S. 8. for a number of
year, and consider It the best tonic and
blood remedy that I ever Used. In fac
I would nut attempt to enter upon 1
spring or summer in this climate with
out it. H. W. COLBMAW,
Of Coleman. Ferguson 4 Co.. -Dade
Our book 00 lil 1 and Bkjn Diseasw
Swot Bnccmo Co.. Atlanta, G.
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
A. S. GRAHAM,
iittm-om, H. Law's Store, South Mala
Pill na with sliver or nraalam....roc. toTnc,
' " gold fl.OO and upward.
net 01 teem ao.isi
Beit act or teeth SK.OO
No better made, no matter what yuu pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Wl .practice In the loth and 12th Judicial
ttlatrlut. W North Carolina and in the Su
preme Covet and the Federal Court of the
western lastnct 01 Norm Carolina,
mar a lea
Tiiso. P. Uaviimom, Thu. A. Jonbs,
Kattign. J as. o. mautim, Asreviue,
JJAVIKSON, MARTIN JONU8,
Attorneys and Counsellor, at Law,
Asheville. N. C.
Will practice In the 11th and tilth Judicial
snistrk-t. and In the Hunrcmc Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, of the
Western Uletrtct ol North Carolina.
Jteier to Dank of Asheville. dtsei
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .ptetneatton. and estimates fur
tshcd. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charges for drawing, on contract.
Kffrirocci when desired.
timer: No. la Hendry Block, North Court
B. H. REEVES, D.D.S.I II, K. SMITH, 0. U.S.
Drs. Rccres Smith.
ta Conaally Building, orer Redwood'. Htore,
Teeth eitracted without pain, with the new
anarstheuc, ana all caeca of irregularity cor.
reeled. leb I Bill 7
. RAslHAY, O. D.8.,
tn Barnard Building Bntrancca, Patton
Avenue and Mala acrm.
J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will practlca la the dty and surrounding
Office at W. P. Wanton St Co.'s stable, T
South Main street. nprl
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No. ait Haywood Buret.
THB LARO-MT AND BBHT HUl'lI'l'UD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcreck &Co.
COUMILTtNO CHaUtST AND HINIMO aaiNBB.
Aaalyaea of Mrtala, Ore., Coal or Coke, Min
ers, niuiii rfnwi.itii
PRICK LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property taveetlgatcd, developed.
ample, caa be aeat by mall or eipfr... II
cat i y vspvc, rn.i k-t mwi --- K"t""
Agent wanted as every place,
DR. H. C. WOLTCRBCK,
aovS daiwly Manager.
V a m. . a a. .
ASTRAL 1 1
Alt OLUTILY SAri I
ems In any Lam without dtngar of
ExpladliHj r taking lira, taa that yaa
Bi uin gmaiaaj r mr aai By
BALTIMORE UXITED OIL CO.,
ABHWILLB, N. C.
Louis A. Watres Nominated for
SENATOB QUAY INDORSED.
Harrison, Beed, Cameron and
AS BHTHU8IA8TI0 OOHVEHT7.
B'eyart 17iutiilinoalT Renominated.
Montooth Itefuaea Sooond Place.
Chairman Andrews Ro-elootod.
HAitRimtrao, Jnne ST The RpulH
can conTentlon that nomlnatad George
Wallaoa Delamater for gorernor of
Pennsylvania yffferAay aftarnoon was a
red hot one. With the thermometer at
Va it comld not well lie otherwisa,
8Ut-run and politicians who have
figured aotlvoly In' tha alfaiia of the
party for many yeura nnite in declaring
that the convention, in point of inter
est, nnmlx-rs and enthusiasm, exwlil
any similar Reimbliriin gathering held
in Peiuisylvanlu within their recollec
tion. Old John Cfautnit, of Bitlfurd, who
has been attending Republican state
. : 1 qui ... u i n..-
spiriug faue as he exelaiuitHl: "Thla is
OBOROR WAM.ACR Dl!I,AMATEn.
the biggeet stj t ronventiim I have erer
known, and I have attended a good
many daring mr forty-one year's expe
nenoe in puiuioi.
8ome Veteran Delegates.
Hern Mr. Cessna refreshed his mem'
ory by ghtneing over a list of the dele
gates. "Aliegueny ronmy, ne re
anmed. "sent a rwniHrknltlv strong dele-
Stion. W. D. Piirter and A. E. Mo
ndlea are experieneed jwlitieians, and
so is ex-I'ostnuuiter William MuC'laayy,
H. H. Bryan, of The Pittabnrg Cbron.
irln-Telegraph, aot new to pulitica, and
few men are shrewder than ex-Hut
Representative William Flinn, who is
soon to land in the state senate. Then
there is Joetah Speer, who has Alle
gheny's indiinwment for congress, and
United States District Attorney Walter
Lyon and ex-Ulstrlct Attorney John n,
Kolih. All these are bright and active
men of riie experience. Such men give
welgnt ana lorce to a political garner
ing. Jowpb Thomaa, of Burks connty,
waa amraiir the old timers I noticed, and
ei-Congreiwman leorge W. Fleeyer. of
Butler, while George T. Swank, of The
Johnstown Trihnne. has fignred in state
aud national conventions lor yeara. to
ward C. ilnmea luia been a wading fac
tor in Centre connty poliljos for a long
time, and has attended a good many
conventions, while almost every uopno
liian in Pennsylvania is familiar with
the name of Major Levi 0. McCauley,
of Chester connty.
Old Manila In Polltloa,
riaarnelil coniitr sent two men well
known in their section, E. I. Irwin and
Cyras (Jordnn, son of Chief Jnsticc Gor
don. The man who nominated Delama-
ter, Col. John J. Carter, of lltnsvuie,
has attended a good many conventions,
nit an hua av-Attomev Ueiieral Lvman
D. Gilbert, of Dunphin county. Will
iam L. Brown, of .ne county; ex-state
Representative James P. Davis, of For
est county; George B. Wieetling and ex
fltata Ri DrehBiitiitive W. N. Uritton, of
Franklin coniily; ex-8tat Representa
tive John V. t-lKin, 01 Indiana; ex-otaie
Henat! J. K. Roliinaon, of Juniata; ex
CongrHMunnn L. D. bhoeinaker and L.
C. Uarte. of Luierne. are all veterans.
I remember them in state conventions
years ago. ami as for W. L Wilcox, of
licKeau, we aat toRiither in the legisla
ture in InW. mar a lorty yearn ngo.
Among Hchnylkill'a delegates I noticed
ex-Onigresaiuan C. N. Bruiiim and City
Solicitor U B. Edwards, of Pottsville,
and another old hand at politics, Reuben
Barto. All these men I nave mentioned
are old hands in jtolitics."
N.itwitlutandimr the number of old
timers, it was distinctively a young
man's convention, there being more
novices in attendance than at any pre
vious state convention.
The Convention In Session.
It waa alwut half an hour lata when
Chairman Andrews called the conven
tion to order. George H. Graham, of
Philadelphia, was elected temporary
rhainimn, and his nixweh of acceptance
was well received. Mis allusion to "the
distinguished political leader who has
stood in the midst of a storm of mis
sile hnrled by hatred and malice," was
received with an outburst of tumultu
ous applause. It meant Wnay; and
Quay's friends were as th sands in the
A recess was taken after the follow
ing temiwrary omuera were announced:
Secretary, Frank Willing Leacn; as
sistant secretaries. John W. Morrison,
Charles F. Uttla, Hoyuionr L. Kau.
On reconvening Walter Lyon was
made permanent chairman aud the tem
porary organisation made iwrmaiient.
The committee on credentials reported
th Berk county contest against the
lite committee on platform not being
ready to report another recess wa
How tha Platform Wa Beoelved.
At :8B th convention reconvened,
and Chairman Gilbert read the declara
tion of principle, but in a thin voice
that did not reach all ears. The vari
ous plank wr applauded, but alt her
because of th heat or the discounting
of the document in advance, it awak
ened no remarkable enthusiasm,
Tha indorsement of th McKinley bill
a it pawed the honae of representatives
was received with perhaps th moat alg
niooant applans. There waa a wsak
manifestation of feeling at the mention
of Harrison, a better on when Cameron
wa referred to, but the hones brok out
wildly when th (jnav indorsement was
reached and th tender of thank and
congratulations to Hpeaker Heed. Th
oommandation of Governor Bwver fell
upon rather supine ears.
Following Is the txt of th platform
adopted by th conventloni
Onn nwr la. hinulloans sf th. common,
wealth ef Psnn.jrlvanla, In oonv.nllon a.
sambled. Mad fraternal (re.llass te thrlr
party brathr.11 tbrounhout th. aatlna and
oaaaratntat th.ia and eunalvM apon th.
ikun man In IMS bv th. D.rltV Of K.PUbll-
sea ariarlplaiiad the patrlottoat Itapab-
lleun eiliavnshlp. for the chairman ef oar
national cononlttee, Mr. Quay, wv tM a leal
lii( '..use n( uraltluilu for lU niatchkMa aw
vivo In ti a last preirlilential oanipaWn, and
cnraui.nil hi. tmariuir upon tho ilaod.r.
whluh hi. miriWMiriil luudernbtp f our party
ha. piuuhaMMl for linn. A a ultlMn, a maia
ber oc lb. geu.ral aiwombly, a secretary ef
th. commonwealth tinder twoMuccrs.lv. ad
minlsi rations, h. .tat. trna.iirei' by th. ov.r
whelinliiK safTrae. of IiIh fellow eitiaen. and
as seu.tor of th. Unite! Slut., h. has woa
and ruiiiin. our ranpnet and coDfld.nea.
In kciinu with the sympathy and th. duty
of our iiarty, we make the following deelara
llnu of pi liirlpl,. for th. bnttorment of politi
cal gnvernmout and Ui. beneltt of our fellow
We lielli-va thnt .very lawful voter has th.
rlitht In oast a free ballot at .v.rr public lo
tinn nnd hav. It properly eountod and oartt
fll; and w. call uMin eonvress to adopt such
leicl.lntlon aa will prevent a .iipiirceion or
fai.ifleallnn of tha vole, of our ittlluw .Itl
acn. at ulcctiiin. fur oflloers of national gv
urnment and will end iwlltiual slavery
tlirnuiilioin lb. nation.
Our care for the wulfnr. of thoxe who, upon
tb. field of battle carried triumphantly the
principles of IteiMiMlcim f nit It, will end only
wuuti tlio lat loyal soldier nf the civil war
sliull liav. entered Into hl hnnix-ed rest, and
we nsk Q'tnifre.4 to armii t p-r illm aorvtc.
pension lo evry t'ttl.oi mi .liiriind sailor who
served in ami wo limtiirnlity iltxchiirKed from
the armv nr navy nf the l iltcl Hint.!.,
The rlaliuwliirh Ihe eliia UH nf the border
counties nf unr enimiio .wvaltli iiiuk. uiob
Hie general unveriunent for rciniliurscmHnl
for th. low. lliuy sililalueil In their homes
and property nt the huetls of Hu citeiuy dur
ing the late war is one wh.i h mitloual patriot
ism shniilii re-pet nnd honor, and w. urge
upon nui ennurt Kini.'n Hie u-e of evnry proper
effort to huvis it quickly and completely saw
We Indnrsu (he tariff bill called th. "Mc
Kinley bill" in the form In which It wapasMd
by Ihe hntiHu nf reprencutatlves. nnd we de
nounce the criticism passed upon that bill la
the Knglish parliament ss sn uiiwnrranled
liiurfcreue by a fertiigu natiou with th.
right of tha Amerieau people to protect
W. reafflrin nu. of th. earliest principle, of
our party when we deelaru that American
workers shoiilii.llke American manufacturers,
receive national protection, and wa request
of the gtnteVal goveriininitt the strlotast en
forcement nf tits laws forbidding antrance
Into and emp'oyme'it In thin uoiintry of pau
per and contract laborers of for lgn uatloiK.
We urge upon eoietres th. Imineillst.
necesslt) of passing Hicii legisUtton as will
prevent lb. Import iilim and Ml. of doo
ms rgtirin. snd of futoxlcnliiw liquors In this
eoiiuuonwrallh contrary lo our acta of as
aeinbly rerfiilat:ngniid rcalriotiug th. same,
and auipower every state to anion Its loral
lawa reiutlng tlierntn in the muimer and tn
acenrdane. with Hie inlnut aud purpose with
which thsy w.r enaetsl.
Ballot reform is, nnd will remain, th. watch
word of our parly In every stale, and w. ea
neclnlly congraiuinj our po'Hieal brethren
hi New fk uin the fart that, although
their lcmonrstlu governor ctinld deform a.
could not wholly defeat (hcr efforlt to se
cure a free lathut for evury Am.npan voter
throughout their state.
We charge Ihe members of the next gene
ral assemble with the duty to pas. such laws,
and If nerrnslty should nrisa, to provide for
such changes in the constitution of our state
aa will tnuri t evury voter perfect secrcsy
and f rawI'Mu, In rxercising hi. right of su(
fraue. For almost thirty year. th. Ausncesot this
state have ls-en under tha control of our
party. During tha. time we deviled a ays.
tern of tsxlog corporations which serves ss a
pattern f or.and ha-t beuu tske-. as a guide by.
inanv sister ststuf, in their effort, to oolleot
revenues for public pnrMiv4.
W. have hiiiI off Hie ,ield mhleh the Demo
cratic psrly of this flnte created during a
time of pesee: He huve alinost nxtlugulshed
th. debt n hichtlie Democratic iwriy of the
auuthera .late. Inflh ud upon us during th.
olvll war, and n-ars agq we lifted front th
lands slid hemes of our fellow oil muss th.
bunlene of stale tnxatton.
Hut the depression under which our sgrl
mill ural Interests now .lifter has msd. the
present system of tnxstiou bear too heavily
on them, aud we therefore pied, ourselves
to lighten th'it burden mid as far as iHisslble
toeqimllS'-' luxation- To that en I we reuom
maud that His surpln r,n-e.,un derived from
state tsx 1II011 Isj u-iej lo iu .sun Hie taxation
non- laid iiona real estate for local pm poses
by applying It, so far aa It will In legislative
wisdom aia.l, to the Increase of the appro
priation for the support of til. common
schools and 10 making appropriation for tb.
ear. of the Indigent Insane, for the expense,
of the Jnry system and of holding the general
If thereby there should b. nscesslty for en
larging our purplus revenue w. favor a Just
and .qiiitalil. Increase In the taxation of
properly nf c-rporal Ions.
We iwumiiiuiid that the loral system of
taxation be so reformed aa (n permit Ihe tat
ation of money capital for local pnrpners to
such aa axlent as to enable the local authurl
tie. to reduce 1 ho rateof taxation upon real
estate toau rqiill.ihle basis.
We require of the general assembly vigi
lance in luiMug approprtailo of th. public
money, and nf our eliarllubl. Institution, re
ceiving Ktste aid the strictest economy In the
Tb. phenomenal Increase of onr imputation
aud of our cuumeree, foreign and domestic
with the decrease in Hie circulation of onr
national banks, renders It Imiieratlvely es
eenllel U the general goud. In our Judgment,
that there shall It. a speedy and aulmt-tutlal
Increase In the currency of th. country. Un
compromisingly hostile to nietiometallsiu,
whether of gold or silver, and earnestly fa
voring the ue of nolo ss eolu metals, the Re
publican party of I'euiisylviiiia demands the
enactment b the ron;re' iew In session of
sneb irglsistlon as fill, nhile securing the
fullest ui e nf s Iver as money, moo certainly
secure and maintain a rity between the
We heartily Indorse th. administration of
President Harrison and declare that it. wise
ronservsllsni. It. undoubted Integrity and lis
manifest oftlelsiicr doxrve the nnquiltned
approval of th. whnl. nation. W. gratefully
record th. continued confldsnce n( th. He
pnellrsns of Pennsylvania in Hi. wisdom, In
tegrity and slstasm.nshlp of the Hon. t.
Donald Cameron, oar senior senstorat Wash
ington. 1). C. Mo emphatically manifested In
his past services, so wa accept theiu as posh
live assurance of bis faltbfulueaa and efU
1 lend In His future.
We eeinmeni I h. course of tb. Uon.Thonis
U. Iteed, -pcakcr of th. national house id rep
rwaiiiallvet, In mentally pi eventing the oh.
struotion 01 legislation and t he sMe of pub
lic lime ami money, and we tender him He
congratulations and thanks ef lb. I.epuli.l
can parly of I'eunsylvaula.
W. express nnt gratlllcatlon with the ad
ministration ol orernur James A. Beaver
and oongrntuliite him upon the fact that hi
course baa been marked by wis. loin, Integrll)
and that devotion to the welfare of ail th
people which will .atitle him to the esteem
aud gratitude of the olllsuns of the .tat.
all coming yeara,
Naming tha Candidate.
The convention then proceeded w.l
the nomination of cantUdatva, uud I j
Carte, of Crawford, waa leoognireo.
Altbu lgh th DelKinatur sponsor read
hi speash.h flellvere-l it with th tnov
ing extciiiiire methods of a ready and
fluent sM'!tkvr, und in a clear and sym
pathetic voice rehearsed the character,
the history and endowments of tha can
didate. Mr. Patteteon followed with a
cordial indorsement of the tol)lnaflf)n.
There was a great Hastings outbreak
when Gnori B. QrlaW, of Onnting
tlnn, at ft :1ft, took the pIMotrn to name
the geiier.il. His prelude wns politio,
his manner was highly earnest, and he
was constantly HWpied by the gallery
contingent, until he 1 .tclainictl thnt they
had better step down and nonilnate
Hustings at once. W, I. Klmtrer, of
Delaware, was tho soctmiWr, nnd ltoth
of the siieechea hod the ring ami the go
of the stitmp speaker, imtl were unitie
tioimbly better as campui(ii utterances
thaiv those which preceded. Tho point
of coiiiinen.lliig Senator yuay was not
lost sight of.
Alfn'd Darte, of Lurerne. named Os
Iwrne and G. W. Ualwy seconded Os
borne's nomination. ,
Muj. Moivlmiil, of Allegheny, named
Montooth. being deinoiistr.itlvcly re
There Is'in t no second for Montooth,
W. K. llicc. ill' SV arrt'ii. prcm-ia. d the
niinic of ( 'Inn lea W. Htone. W. W.
Brown, of Mi'lvi'im, aecondeil Htone,
Kmersoii Coliiiw, of Lyconilng niimed
MoC'oriiiiek, Davis wimi not iioinltiated.
Bullotlug then liegan. The unit bal
lot sloo.li D. lninater, Hit; Ha tings, 1)1);
Montooth, Hill Htone, loj Osliorne, 8;
' The second ballot wast Delamater, W;
Hastings, 61; Montooth, 80; Htone, 1;
Osborne, 5; McCormick, 8. Before th
result wa announced George 8, Gra
ham, of Philaxlelphia. began tha stam
pede to Delamatof by changing bis vote
from Hastings. Others lollowed bis
example, anil the vote as Dually an
nounced was Delamator, 103; Hastings,
69; MoDtqoth. ID; Utoue, 16 OsLainw, 4;
William Inynn, of Allegheny county,
moved to make Delomuter nomination
unanimous, The motion was declared
oarried, though some mien were heard.
On Mr. Flyun's motion the convention
took a rocefu until evening,
afontooth Hefuaes Ketond Place.
During the recces it wu learned that
Moj, Montooth positively declined
second place on the ticket. This left
the second choice between Louis A.
Watres and E. K. Martin, It was noon
determined that Watres would be the
When tha convention reassembled
Martiu wo put in nomination by Pro
fessor Lyte, of Lancaster, who referred
eloquently to his candidate's military
ana civic record, Mr. Warren, of
Lackawanna, nominated Senator Watres
n a brief, but elloctive speech. B. E.
Cavin, of Philadelphia, nominuted J. A.
M. Pasamor, who, he said, deserved
the opportunity to go liefore the people
for a vindication. Mr. Brown, of Schuyl
kill, seconded Paasiuore'g nomination.
The roll was then called. Before it
had proceeded far the fact was apjutrent
that Watrvs would win and Mr. Brown
withdrew PaHsioore's name. The ballot
resulted, Watres, lt; Martin, 80.
Watres' nomination was matl unani
mous, fseoretary Rtewart Renominated.
W. R. Leeds, of Philadelphia, moved,
and Mr. Foster, of Allegheny, seconded
that Thomaa J. Stewart be renominated
by accluiuittion for secretary of internal
affair. This was curried with a hur
rah. It was then announced that tbe only
remaining business was the election of a
chairman of the state committee. W.
U. Andrews, of Crawford, the present
chairman, nominated General D. H.
Hustings for tbe place. W, R. Leeds
asked if Mr. Andrews had been authop
i zed to moke the nomination. Mr. An
drews replied jn the amrmative, and
General Hastings was chosen without
un optioning vote.
A recess was taken to allow time for
the candidates to be notified. Presently
the commit tee of nomination appeared
escorting Mr. Delamater, who was vo
ciferously applauded, lie made a
speech thanking the convention and ac
cepting the nomination. There were
envs for the other nominee and for
Montooth, hut no one appeared la re
sponse, Oen. Hastings Dei Hues,
Muj. McCauley, of West Chester, her
entered the bull and said that there
seemed to be a misunderstanding about
the election of Gen. Hustings, lie had
just been tintliorixcd by Gen. Hustings
to say tint; th latter would net tinder
any circumstance accept th ohainnaa
ship of the state committee.
Mr. Uelinuiiter conyilted with Chair
man Lynn, who auiiK "I am informed
thut Gen. Hastings will be here and
apeak for hiiuaclf.
Chuinuan Lyons ueked the pleasure of
the convention. Several delegate re
plied, "Let's wait for Gen. Hastings; let
im speak for himself."
A lew momenta elapsed, and S. J,
Carter, who renominated Delamater,
rose and said: "As wo seem to be as
sured that General Hustings will not
accept the state chairiuaiunip, I now
nominate W, H. Andrews (or that po
sition," The motion was put and carried, and
on motion of Mr. r osier, ot Allegheny,
the convention adjourned,
A public ratification meeting wu held
in front of the Lorhiul hotel laet night
and Gen. Huntings and Secretary
Stone made speeches from tb hotel bat
couy promising to support the ticket.
Oeurg Wellao Delamater waa born la
Meailville. Ha., on March SI, let. He waa
graduated from Allegheny college aad tb.
Harvard Law school and for three year prac
ticed law. Then he want Into buslnrss and
Is now at tbe ba of tb. banking house of
Delamater a Co., a director of th. Mer
chants' National bank, of Meadville, presi
dent of the company and owner of the cuu
tralllag Interest in tha Meadville and Lines
vllle railroad, presid.nl of tb. Meadville Fuel
Oa. oompsay and oonneeted with eihc looal
H. waa mayor of Meadville In ICS, sena
torial del.gal. to th. .tat. convention la isia,
aad chairman of th. Republican county com
mittee during the campaign, of ls;s and 1S7S,
la law h. waa rbosen a Oarfleld presidential
elector for Pennsylvania, and In leal waa
elected to I he slat senate.
The either Notnluces.
atata Mutator l-eute A. Watres. Ihe Kepub.
Ilcau nomine, for lieutenant goveraor, waa
born la Mt. Vernon, Lackawanna county, la
leal. wa. admitted to tb. bar la IsiS was
elected lo the Mala seuale In HSU aad re
elect d lu less.
(secretary of Internal Affairs Thorns. 1,
Htawert waa bora In Ireland la lata, brought
lo Norrlslonu, l'a by bis parent lu lit, en
listed a. private In One Hundred and Thirty
eighth reglmant Pennsylvania volunteers)
wa. engaged as a manufacturer and dealer la
window glsee from IHTO to IIk.': served In tb.
state huuse of representative ls..t, and Wa.
aleetad awralare of internal ahturs lu Iafl7.
Waist l.cp bx Money.
Tom Kelly, the ticket soller of Bar
num's circus, Is us much a sis-lulist in
his peculiar line as any, strictly sia'iik
itg. prnfuwionnl man. The whole pla
ces of receiving tho money, giv'ing the
ticket and making change is done in three
movement with the regularity of clock
work. Tho ticket window Is about fonr
fcet above tlicottom of the wagon. Mr.
Kelly alts uion a high stool, with a large
sum of money in dollars, halves and quar
ters piled upon the shelf on his right. A
corresponding shelf on the left is covered
with tickets and half ticket. All this
Is arranged before the window is opened.
A line of several hundred immtiently
clamoring people wnit outside, Mr. Kelly
climbs upon his stool, takes a long, deep
breath and open tho window.
Motiey is received in his right hand
and dropped npnn the floor. The thumb
of tho left hand ha in tha meantime
pushed a ticket from tho pile, and the
right hand has selected, mechanically,
tho change, and pruta-ntcd it to the pur
chaser. No attempt is mode to.plle up
the money received. It is literally drop-
Esi, and when tho show commence Mi.
elly sit like a buoy surrounded by a
sea of money, tho crests of whose wave
mount urtjto and prcas closely around his
waist and almost on a icvoi.wmi tne win
dow ledge. After the performance com
menoe. and no more iwonlo'svant ticket,
Mr. Kelly chases tint window and steps
carefully over this bed of money, Then,
and not till then, is any attempt madoto
OountandaawirtthlaHum, which amount
to several thousand dollar in piece of
all denominations. flew York ITee.
Tha Shortcoming, ef Snap,
There are probably few people who do
not And the joy of living made lea keen
by having to read each day the advertise
ments of popular eonon, Their good
qualities are so superlatively good, their,
effect oa the complexion, the health and
longevity so unfailing, their chemical
composition In each cose so remarkably
in acoorH with all thatxact science and
dcrmatologicnl art could produce, tliat it
discourage the tnodical man, who finds
so much In hi own mousure that an
imperfect and Incomplete.
Asheville Female College.
i ....in.. , ,.r
The Fcmnle College, with its spneious well furnished buildings, cool, well shaded, grassy campus of seven acres, will be oicu
for the cntcrtninmcnt of bonrcli rs from now until September 1st. Terms given on application. Children under tiftccn year
of age not admitted.
As n school for the thorough cdticntion and refined culture of girls and young Indies, this Institution hits no suiierior in this
section of the country. It furnishes rnrc atlvantmrcs in Music. Art. Lanifunire. Literature nnd Science. Punila Imveeverv
comfort found in un clcgntit home. Charges ore low for the fine ntlvnntngcs given. Ptir catalogue or any information
We read, thcreforo, with a certain
sense of relief tho restilta of un in
vvHtigntion initdo by Dr. B. II. ritul on
tho couiHsiitiou of tlieao highly lauded
toilet sonpM. Dr. Paul Htutos Unit foi
bodily nbliitinii sniiie shouldnot coutniu
an excess of ulkttli but should lx) noutral
or nearly so. lie found, however, that
among toilet soiiiih, nu usually met with,
a jicrfoctly nciitrul soup is tho exception,
and that a tntat worthy soup nf thnt kind
la still a deKidiTutmn. Three of livi
Boapa of tho higher gmdo wero dew-ribed
na "niipcT-fattctl'' HoapH, ono of them bo
ing alleged to lmvo Ufii prcpnri'd ac
cording to Unnu'a fonutiht. Uut, in
fact, they all wero found to contain the
full protsirtiun of ulkall required for the
saponification of tho fat, IskIiI.d tome
additional iMtaah, which, in into of thorn,
waa considernlilo. It seems, therefore,
that the erfcct soap is yet to bo made.
Where Will lleuvcll lief
How alxiut tho location of tho ht
mniient heaven, tho re.siing placo of the
saved' Where will it lot located, on this
Mirth or iu tho akieH ubovu? Wu read, 1
ThettH. lv, 16-17, that thu Lord will do
eucud from ho.. von and nvjurruct tin
righteous, anil also catch up tho living
holy ones, nnd that altogether they will
meet the Lord in tho ulr. Dy reading
Rov. xx, 8-0, wo also learn that that
will be tho first resurrection, and that
thoy (tho righteous) will livo and ruign
with Clirist 1,0(11) yuitrs. According to
the Dlblo this t.tNiU years la all tho time
the saints will occupy tho realms of tho
When this 1,000 years expires, how
ever, the "City of Owl," with thu saints,
come down tiKn the earth ami the
second rueurruction, that of tho wicked,
will take placo. As tlieao dciuoiiH-clcd
come forth from their graves they will
see tho beloved city, and go tip and en
compass it and (IUiv. xx, U) Urn will
pour down uKin and utterly destroy
them. Tho same firewhich destroys tho
wicked purifies and renovates the earth,
and this globe in its redeemed stuto, if
tbe account above cited nro to bo taken
aa conclusive, will become thu homo of
the saved throughout the ceaseless ages
of eternity. St. Louis Rcpubliti
Whit Iad Injurious.
It Is said thnt painting fliairs with any
color containing white lead Is injurious,
as it renders tho wood soft und lean ca
imblo of wear. Other paint witliont
white load, such as ochru, raw uiiiIht or
sienna, are not lnjuriotwuuil can Ik used
with advantage. Varnish made of dry
ing load salts is also said to bo destrttct
ip, ami it ia recommendisl that the las
rate of UiuuguncMV should bo uwtl to dis
pone tho varnish to dry. A receipt for a
good floor vuniiah is as follow: Toko
two pounds of purn white borate nf man
gnnMsn, finely (siwden-d, and luldit little
by little to a shuci hiii containing ten
tsmncls of linseed oil, which is to be well
stirred and ruined to a teinisriitiire of
H60 dega. Falirvnheit, Heat iuo pounds
nf.lliuwud oil in a boiler till ebullition
take placo, then add to it the first
liquid, increase tho luutt and allow it to
laiil for twenty uiinttt.. Then remnvo
from tho fire and filter the solution
through cotton cloth. Tho varnish Is
then ready for two, two coats of which
may bo naed with 6 dual coat of shellac,
if a brilliant polish is required. Phila
I.lkrd th Kvaturea,
Hhe wits allowing (hsirgo over the
grounds nt her father's new country
"I like it immensely," said Ooorge.
"There ru soiuo very pivlty features
about tho place. "
"Yon think tr
"Yes, indoml; yours, for iiistiiucu."
New York World.
A Kitchen Hardener.
Lady Have you uny oyster plant tatilsir
Orocur Yes, lua'am.
Lady Well, aeud mo two or three doi
en, and, mind you, 1 wish to ralso Illtic
PoinU. Detroit Kroe l'reia.
No Mure Questions,
It is very plctusiuit for tho It 1 1 la H-oplt-
when iiinmiun, or niiutlu, or a "n al
deal older' sister rciucmtiers how tin
patient she hertsulf used to feel win
forced lo Wnlt tor aonio fXa'Cll(l pleas
Hlx-voar-tld Noll lind Ihi-ii proiiilwil s
walk with her Aunt Mary one iirtcruonn.
ami wns rcttdv to stin t na stsm its the
mid day tuTrtit'P wiut over. As thti sun
wa very hot Aunt Mary preferred to
At least once every ten inlmitca she
was confronted by Nell, hat In hand
"Anm't wo K"l"e5 now, Aunt Mnryt' ( )h,
dcarl When nro wo koIiik"
At lust, tpilto tired out, Aunt Mar)
aid. "Nell Osk'hhI, if you ask me (Kitln
1 shall not take you at all I When I am
ready tostitrt I'll cull you."
Noll vanished, disconsolate, hut reap
pearctl at tho end of tho customary ten
minute. HtickliiK her head just inside
the door alio said softly to her mother
who was sitting in th room, "Mamma,
did I heur Aunt Mary say, 'Nell Ossor,
eoine out "Youth's Companion.
PROF. B. 15. ATKINS, A.
ttlie Waa Completely Cured,
A dnuuhtcr of mv customer suffered
from suppressed menstruation, and her
neultn was conuilctcly wrecked. At my
suggestion she used one bottle of Ilrnd
field's I'viutdc Kcgtihttor, which cured
ncr. j. tv. nm.i.i MS,
Wntcr Valley, Miss.
Write ItrutHicId Kctiulator Comimnv.
Atlanta, Oa.. for particulars, lly all
MICKOIIH KlI.leltM in
the n.ot wonderful mcd-tt-inc,
. bccHuac It bus
never fulled in any In
innre, no miitter whnl
thetlinenjtscp from I.KI.
K(8V to the implr.t
diNetue known to the hu
The M.-k-ntiftc men of
t twin y claim it ml
I trove thut every dit
Caused by Microbe,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Kstcrmlnntcs the Mlcrolsre nml drives them
out of the system, nnd when thut Is done
you cannot nnve an acne or pam. no mat
ter what the disease, whether a simple case
of Mulitrla I'cvcr or a combination of dis
eases, we s-tire them all nt the same titnc, a
wc trcut ull disease cunstitutioi ally.
Ant h inn, Cmisiiwptitiii, Ciiturih, llrtm
chitiH, hlH timntiaiii, Kiiltwy ami Unr
Disease, Chills ami I'erer, Female
Trimble, in all it forms, ami, in fact,
every Disease knuwn to the Human
BEWArlE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Rce that our Trade-Mark f eamc a. above)
aia-ara on cas-b Juk.
Rrnil for tsnnk "tllaturjr tat the Microbe
Killer," (I ven awajr by
J. S. GRANT, Pta. ti..
Hole Aifcnt, Asheville, ft, C.
RAYSOR & SMITH,
D It U G G I S T S,
ARE NOW READY TO SERVE
THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC AT THEIR
3i PATTON AVE,
IStigllal. and Frcncn
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 I'rcni h llroad A venae.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(I'ormanv vrars AasnHatr Prinrlpal of ML
Vernon Institute, hallimort.)
Assisted try a core uf comientent tcavhera,
BUGQIEI, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To thsTrtttawni nf AihtTlllff nntl vlrtnU t
woultl nntiuntf thnt nt my nhuiMi onCollfKV
ntrtt t, nrstt tn WowUtury't Mnhlm, t urn Itct
ter tinppnml thnn cvrr tn do wort. In my lint.
WnuutiH, IhiKHtm nnd Cnninnrn mnnurnrt
und. HrimlritiaT nnd hmr-htr.naT nrt. nt
tHnlttra. nntl pincct untlifurtltm nunrnntml.
My wommrn arc cirarnrnvru ana nuuuinnd
my chnrjjrt nra rnvdernto.
novats d I. BfUNBTTB.
We the nnderslnerl have this day dissolved
partnership hy mutual consent. All ohliaa-
tlons not otnerwiae praviuen lor will lie met
by J . M . Weaver. Any accounts due the Arm
arc payable to cither.
mmaiNrt at wuavuk.
Thl. Tth day of May, 1HUO.
Th underabmed hav. thl. da Ibrmed a
copartnrrshlu andrr the nam. and at.vle of
weaver ee Myers, nr tne pnrpnse ot ennuuet
In the shoe nnsinea. In all It. braarhr., at
th old aland uf llerrlna Weaver, lu Pat-
tua avenue, lulls it. wstvaa,
J. Noaai. Miaaa.
V. College, Aahcville, N. C.
THE MODEL DAIRY FARM
W. N. CAROLINA,
THIS PROPERTY OP
-It) acres H miles from Asheville on the
A. ft M. K. K.
Kkylnnd station P. n. mllolns the farm.
For iiartivulara and reason fur aellina ap
Patton Ave. Agcnta.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
AND COTT AG KH.
to allies South of Asheville, on A. at 8. K. R.
Per Month f tooo
Per Week l'joo
I 'crtjay. SOU
Uinncr autl Tea I'urtlcaon one day's notice,
Tho. A. Morris, Prop..
aprlOdtf Ardca, N. C.
Asheville, N. C, April 11, 1MH0.
The cuartncrshlp hcretofure caistlna be
tween tbe undersigned, under tbe Arm name
of PULLIAM at CO., la this da v dissolved by
mutual consent. Tbe debta dae bj eald firm
will be paid by Lawrence Fulllam, and the
debts due to said Arm will be paid to him,
and tbe business continued by hint.
II. C. WADUUXL.
To uur luttruns uf the iwsti
I have this day auld my Interest and Rood
will In the Insurance business la Asheville to
l.awrrnc I'ulllam, hu mill contlane the
bualnraa. I bespeak fur hlin a rontinuanc
uf your patronaue.
D, C. WAIIDBLU
Apply to us during the Incumlng week to
rent tbe Kirrk (Juarry oa the oppo.lt aid
ot the river, near the Iron bridge, and tb
NINK TIINUM1INT noimim
near by, A kihmI ruck man caa art a bars
NATT ATKINSON & SUN.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accummodiillun. th very beat thl. muun
lain country can afford. Terras rcaaonalile
a. possible o make them, billiard., pool,
bowllna alley, ball room, music, etc
F. A. MILES. M. D.,
(formerly of Lyman Child),
ntrlctljr Brokerage Bnalneae
Insane aecarelv placed at a per pest.
11. F. P. UUIGUT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT IXSURAXCE
DR. BATTUs'l OFFIClt. .
'i Host a I ii miut
1 v Wi'-VtrJfii,ifit