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ASIIEVU,Lg PAILyiCITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had malignant tweaking out on my .
lei- below the knee, and was cured souui'
and eU vithlrBul a half bottlu ot
8. . 8. Other blood niouiuluc, luul fall
did do me any good.
Will 0. Bbaty, YoikvUlo, & 0.
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of TeUur, and throo
bottle of B, B. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Mawwttlo, I. T.
Our oonk on Blood aud Skin Dlaouca
: Swiit Bpscimo Co., Atlanta, Go.
A. II. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
(Mice Over J. H
Law's Store, South Main
" with urn noc.
Pilling with .ilvcr ur amalgam. ...BOc. to7ftc.
" gold...... tt.ou and upwaril,
Hrt of teeth $11,011,
Beet Kl of teeth M.OO,
Nu better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawt
MARION, M. c.
sarin oractlee In the loth and lath Ittillclal
t.tetrtcjta of North Carolina and In the nu
orvme Coart and the Federal Court of the
Western IH.lrlet ol North varollua.
Thro. P. Uavhmon, Tlloi. A. Jonu,
Raleigh. J as. u. MTm, Asteviuc.
IJAVIIItMlN, MARTIN It JONU8,
Attorney, and Councillor, at Law,
AshrrMr. N. P.
Will practice In the 1 1th and 13th Judicial
Snatriela, and In the Supreme Court of Ntirtb
Carolina, and In the Federal Courta of the
Western llialrict of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of A.hcvllle. dtsel
Architect and Contractor,
Plana, snrctficatiuns and estimates fur
alahed. All work in my line contracted fur,
and no charge for drawing, on contract.
Ifrfcivaeaa when dealred.
Office! No. 12 Hendry Mock, North Court
H. RKKVKS, D.D.8. II. K. SMITH, D. D..
Dra. Reeves Smith.
DENTAL fjjeja OPPICK
iu Counally Building, over Redwood's Store,
Taeth extracted without ualn. with the new
mn,-stkclic, and all caws of iirriiuliirHy cor
. KAMsAY, U. U.S..
in Barnard Building Entrance.,
Avenue and Muin Street.
J. "W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice In the city and .unrounding
Office at W. P. Ulanton at Co.'a .table. TO
South Main street. aprl
WM. R. PEtlNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS
Aslacwlllc, ,N. C.
O. BOX Pa
TO WEAK LIEU
aw a valaabls waaiiaa IMriwwUlnliig fall
narwnlam for koaw earn , B KB oe oajim
niaaTwaa is a sad 4rt4Uuwa. Addnn
net Kbltwui, nsn.
THB LARUBST AND BUST KUUIPPBI) IN
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LAuORATORItk
H. C. Woltcrcck &. Co,
COHaill.TINII CIIKUIBT ANII UININO KNOINKKIB.
Aaalyars of Metal., Ore., Coal or Coke, Mln
craj nairrii rcnmwipi w.
PRICB LIST UN APPLICATION.
Mining property Inveetlgatrd, developed
bought aad aold.
Hampk. oaa b. sent by mail or eipreM.
seat by eapma, charge, muat lie prepaid.
Agent wanted an ery place. -
DR. H C.WOLTCRBCK,
Jll L aC1
sr a B.B a
(CR TO LIFE Qr
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
eras In any Lamp without dangsr of
Eiavadlra) Ptaklna tire. Seethstyos
li wis eotiina. r or ssii o -
...UvircrL.nTEO OIL CO.,
Reports From Spain . About the
RaYBges of Cholera.
Th Epldemlo Said to Have Ap
peared In France.
Indications That a B.voH ! Imminent
Among th M.aab.r. 'ot Farlliiin.nl.
Tired af Being Vast Bldlculeu. In the
Kyes of tho Wiri dynvalllng af a
Stain of low 9i A Foreign.
ConSLttng BegetM Spain Onld. ta
Bar Beached Vtane.
London. July f .Tha Madrid corre-
epondeut of The Standard amy: "There
wai a total of eight death from cholera
tai the pwrteM of Valencia Saturday.
The epldemlo hat oisappenraa irom lue
Tillages Brat attacked. Blsewbere in
Spain the public health to good.
A dispatch from Madrid to The Dally
News say that the cholera to increaaing
t Gandia, Inero, Bneoo ana otner vil
lage. The profect or Valencia to going
to Oandta to assist the doctor of that
Reported lu Franc.
Paris. Juhr 8. Le Petit Journal re
port that at the city of Narbonne, de
partment of Aude, several cases of chol
era have appeared, and that one of the
victims baa already died.
Throe Doaths In Gandia.
Madrid. July 3. A few case of
cholera continue to be reported in Valen
cia. Sunday there were three deaths in
GETTING TIRED OP IT.
Indications of a Revolt Among Membors
Losdon. July 8. There to every in
dication that a serious revolt of members
of parliament to imminent. Many of
thorn are cnanng nn;ier we ncnouious
position in which the government has
piaoeu ltaeil aim are suu mriuor
para ted at the stubborn silence of the
ministry in regard to the procedure to
be observed with reference to the Im
portant billi the government has asked
we party w supiajrc.
1 u oonantuonrji oi ine reenve mem
bers are aeking what the government to
going to do. aud the members are ena
ble to inform them. The Tory papers
are filled with articles warning the
government against a further delay in
settling upon a practicable program and
adhering to it Allot them agree that
the party to not in a temper to submit to
a continuance of the misrepresentations
and inactivity which characterises the
present couduct oi tne government
lnaulan. and declare that disaster to
sure to follow failure to heed the warn-
On Saturday Mr. Thomas w. uoora,
Conservative member for Greenwich,
rralilioly denounced the government and
declared that the ministry shamefully
discredited the party as whose rrprs
nentative thoy were placed in power.
Other Tory member have privately ex
iireased similar oninionH, and it to per
fectly plain thnt from the lofty aim of
aaving the country, which the gorero
intrntliaa frtxjiiently announced as its
iniHslon. it hits descended to the neesa.
rity of diring somothlng Immediately to
save ttseir. .
Statu, of Joan af Are Onvetlrd.
Pakw. July t. Ministers Devel'e
and Burbey unveiled a Ht.itne of Joan of
Arc at Nancy Sunday. The cenmoriies
wereol an uuuretauve onararwr. Aue
town was haudsoiucly daroratea in
honor of the occasion. After the on
vi'iliiig numerous baniineta were given
in diftoreut punt) nf tne town. Among
those present were thirty descendants of
toe urotuers or joun nt Arc
A Batch af Condaaed N.ira Iron, Ovar
Cholera In Spain to Increasing.
Tbe municipal council of Home has been
dlasolvsd by King Humbert.
M. Arav. director of the International
Telegraphic Bureau at Berne, Is dsad.
The esar and family have gone on their
annual trip to the Kinnlsb archipelago.
The Colombian government has Mused
to extend th Panama canal oouoesalon.
I, la rumored that after th oloslnir of
the Spanish curtes the ronservatlvee will
come into office.
China ha made preliminary survey for
railroad from f uxiu through Mongolia
to the Russian frontier.
The recent arrost of Riiaslnn NlhlllHta In
Paris bos frightened 'heir brethrvii, who
are emigrating to IxiiiiIoii.
Turkish engineers any that the river
Euphrates might be mode navlguble th.
ear round ny an esianmmir m uuiy
A diannich from Mnaanwab says that
the allies of tliu IihIiiiiib liui odeCculod ul
Kerens a force of I.Ual dervihhea, killing
I AO of them.
Th amount of imports received at
Cairo for the mouth ot June thus fnr to
the highest ever recorded for the same
length of time.
London l now Infcatnl by a clique of
Amrriran Nlniruers who have pvriK-l rated
many swindles among I rniiiwiiiuu lu I'loa
dllly and Hi gent street.
On arriving at Windsor Suudny the
downgrr Emprena Frederick of (ierinany
and her suite were welcomed at the at
lion by (Jueeu Viotorix
New Russian laws have been prom ul
gmtad providing for Ihe coinage of (l,Ono,UU0
roUUlM WOriU UK Sliver tuavus, aiiu m
isi of forty copeck per pood on sugar.
Tb Perls Solell states that Lord Hall
hnn has informed M. Wadillligtou,
French ambassador to Knglnnil, that Kn-
glauil will not oppow the annexation of
Syria by mare.
Christina NIWo Is said to be a mono-
manlao en the aiibiexit of gambling. Sin-
la constantly al the table at Monte Carlo,
arhar she loeem Inrgu sums. Her heallh
anl beauty are rapidly fading away.
Old. Luubunuiiskl, a young Hitsslan
Indv nf hluh birth, started from Ht. I'et-
Monday on a journey to Odeum
on horHfback. Mile. Louhanouskl, who l
only Id years of ag, has wagered 00,000
rniiples on the success of bar trip ami is
ruv.mtuuil.d br a committee charged
with th Jul) of seeing that the terms of
the wngar ar compiled with.
Mnj. Punltui, a conspirator against the
llulgsrian government, was executed Sat
urday, shouting "Long live uuignna.
The death warrant ef Ma, Panltxare
aived the signature , ef Prlnos f r
dJnand of ! Bulgaria, while the Utter
waa on board a steamer bound for Vienna,
The absence of Ferdinand from hi capital
at this Urns to severely erittefsed by the
Ths Rrasillan rennhlle thrive anao.
Tb Republicans are preparing for the
approaching prvsliLntlai campaign. Do
dtirad Konaera, pmnt baail of ths pro
iaienai ovarnniea, Ukaty will be tbe
tjnmiposed nominee of the Republican.
Th claim for th Indemnification of Dr.
Peter fur ths aelaur of hi ship, th
Kera, having been sbsndoned by 0c
many. Great Brlmln In return aarsee to
omnpsnsata Ko . bsrg for the loewa
which h suffered mruugh th Niger oonv
A troiuuui.jjis hohI lilt ueeu raised oy
the Sabbatarian; element over the order
Issued by bur majesty the queen that a
liaiid of music play at Windsor Terrace
every Sunday, and petitions protesting
auulnst suob dssuerution' of tbe Sabbath
are iu circulation.
Michael Byraud, tbe strangler, who
murdered M. Oouffe, a aourt bailiff, and
who, after having been arrested lu Sa
vanna, was brought la tb custody of
French detective from that city to 6.
Noeolro ou be steamer Lafayette, arrived
in Purls Monday morning.
The IionUon Times publishes a dispatch
from Hh ) l.-rl I ti correspondent In which
II. u opinion la expressed that the resigna
tion oft le milliliter of war, On. Verdy
du VvrnoiH, will be accepted by Emperor
Y illlHni, who will proluibly asHlgn him to
an iiuportaut army command.
The Brussels correspondeut of Tbe Lon
don Times any tnat at tbe Innt moment
the repreMintative of llollaud haa with
drawn tli. adhesion of hi nut Ion to the
oJ.'iiihu of the anti-slavery couvention
which rel Hen to the armneiuuutof duties
on iinpor'.H Into t ie Cono state.
Boiiie ItiiKMltiu in crt uig the forma
tion of a treaty of iilliiuico with France aa
a oountt'i'i'Oi.ic to I he allcifeil ilcfcimlve al
liance lietween Kngland and lioriuany.
Other iapcra prelcr lie pie-cut tacit al
iiiiuce bctwuon K wia hii i Krince. The
latter aaiitimeut pinvulls iu olHclal
Tho queHlloii of coMipeUKUtlou to "li
censed vici imlerii" w.iu-'i licunses are
taken away, is causing more and more
poll! iciil exottvinrnt lu Enylitnd, It hi the
oue prciliiuiliiiint Issue in tbe uppmachiog
by-election at Harrow, lu r nrnons. (jarai
nal Manning ha come out In favor of th
Liberal, onli-coiupensatiuu cimilidate.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Condensation of Interacting Items on
Huntington, lud., mercury roosted on
the IO degree perch Sumlay.
John Kamper, of Uuutlale, Pa., Is In
jail ou the cliarnc of poisiming hU wife.
There were lii.ceu (Iciths mid tweufy-
six prui-trntious Irom tliu heut lu Chicago
The Konmo ( th"llc iitithoritii's iu the
diocese of Montreal have prohibited polit
ical meetings on timidnyu.
Patrolmuu Chuiiua U uber, of the Cin
cinnati police, committed suicide by shoot
ing uiuuMiM wltu Ins revolver.
Charles P. Keyuolds, registered aa of
Upper Sandusky, was louml dead In hi
room at the Neil house, Columbus.
Fire destroyed the iihiui.ig mill of Myers
Brothers at Warren, luil.,.-aturduy mom-
lug. Ixiss about eUi.Oou, with no insur
Suuilay was tlie hottest day of the
sou iu Cincinnati, 'i'unru were live deaths
from th. heut uud litlc n proit rat ions
Governor Hill and party left Albany,
Huuiluy, IA i. in., lor ludiannmi to u-
tenil the uiivuiluig of the ileudricks mon
ument. Theresa lllclile, an Inmiite of the Cln-
clnuati iulirmary, wus burned to doatb by
berclotbiUK catching lire I row a spark
from her pipe.
Seuutor Blair's latest srheiue is the In
corporation of a Woman's National In?
duslriul Uuirurnily and School of Useful
and Oruatueulul Arts,
The White and llluck River Transporta
tion company Inn los-n Inoorporateil at
Li.e.c iiut k to navigate White anil Block
rivers. Cupital, i,iioj.
Kdward A. Lucius, of Cincinnati, sent
to the Fraukllu comity Juil fur tumperuig
with a rcgietetvu iciiit, will oe discharged
July 1 on a imu i oy 1'ivsiiiriit lliirriaou.
Of the l.'si ... plic.ints for admission to
the uilluury uindiMuy at West Point,
twoiity-four lulled to pass the reunited
exiimiiiution on account of physical tie-
Joliu .luliiisoii. rnlored. a desperate crim-
hull, esntivu .run Hi petiitoutlnry at
Culuuiliu.. iu i .ii'ig upeu his cell door.
climbing turoigh a vsutllutor, slldlug
dowu a wuter-pipu and sculitig the outer
Louisville detective claim John T.
Nor i is Induced Farmer Lsnd, bunkinxl of
tfi,nuo, to couitirouiiiw for 41,900, of which
he pocketed .."J. John T. boa evidently a
great legal nilml.
Charles 11. .McKlbben, former purchas
ing agent of the Colon Panltic railroad. Is
charged by It maiiufcMueut with having
stood In with dealers in supplies to tbe
aiuouut of Kl.uuo ur more.
The Atlantic, Alcxlcuu und Pncido Rail
way ooiuuiiiy is a new ludiaiiiiHilis Iticor
uoratlua, with W.OJJ.OOO capital, W,m),OU0
of which has bin-u aali-criood lo build a
north and soulu in.kl tbro.t u liiill.'.na.
Some nogriH's of Annie, in., purchased
gnus. Somi'isKly kllli-i ii"ro,
wouuded two oi hunt, wuipiiM liinvotu-
e;s uud drove them out town, i'uoy
senrchwl the uvum ciibri- .,- .ri-niions and
Innud eiHiiitsui n in' . i.i h t iiic.iuster
ritl'-n and miiiiy i.tnoi., u .1 thcr kept.
t.'iliiieu Tram, li.iw a . i ol one of
Tucoinn's an.. .r.M, priijios-. to organise
aeouipiiny ol .iIm .ini-ric:ni editor uud
take them aiiiaii J tne um iii iu hiiy daye
ueit fall, lit .') a hciid. As tucrhaiu
pion glnlK-l ni'ier, the ' I n thinks that
ii can outdo t !ic Isjsl ol i o...,'a gohli-s.
1 1 Irani I aikeus went :o work ou Tb
Ooylcslowu, l'a., Intulligi-ucer lu J una,
ltUU, u priuuir'a dovll, u id hoa lieeu cou
tlnuously employeil hii tout p iar ever
sluee. oclcbrtiliu III 11 1 1 y - i ilu aunt
verssrylu tlieullU'i' on the '.'1st inst. He
is a compositor, aud wur.s every day at
Tho publisher of a dm (gists' paper In
New i ork has been sued tor tMiu dnm
ages because of a slutemout tuat a com
pound lo kill lulcrobi-s and such sold at M
a gallon only -! live ' euls a gallun to
lna..u,uctillD. It baa always beau sua-
pecloi that I heir w; . I ! 1 i'lullt In pat
cut ini'dlclne, but io ' ' 'lal'isl W llf
slnmilr thaf tb'rs. V" Hr cent.
irolli In a single cor"
Ttir llft in
Ht. I,n ix. July . t .uvo wore sis
li'.iius ini'l twi'inj s'vt'ii i. Baliiins
irom hMl m this a1 .viiu.'i..
PORTER'8 CENU8 "QUeS3e8."
osBl-Oaolel Belnrns from the Larcwt
Cltlfa nf Ihe Hall.d klala.
Waniiiiiuton, July I . Snperlutcnd'
ent Porter nialies a "guess" at th pcrpu
lation of tb Untied State. Hi gucsw,
in round numbers, It oi.00000. The
official ntunu will oil b mad rmt
wit bin Oi next ininy oaj-s, ana me n;
urea will be kmrwn tb a certainty. Tin
instances in which a recount ho beeu
allowed are few. thonirh ewrv VIllHUB In
tbe country which i Wppoi"tl u ,h"
outcome wants aunt her "go" at solving
the population problem.
The reltinis from ine ell Irs given rsv
low have been nimouut'i U lu a seml-olU'
cial way thus fur.
Ylews ot Judge MurToy F. Tuley,
ot Chicago, on the Subject,
As Expressed In a Letter to the
Th Method of the Chl.ago Police
Strongly Denounced "Aa aa Individual
Is Daprlved af r.rsoaal Big hta, Jaat te
Thnt Batout U He In llavory" HI
Opinion na Other Mattnra.
Chicago. Jnlr 2. Ten thonsand
people, assembled Sunday at the annual
Karnes of the l urner eocteiy oi umcago,
liHtened tb a letter which aroused de
cided interest The letter was read by
W. H. Dyretif nrth, -the president of tb
Penwnal Right league, and was ad
dressed to the Chicago district Turners,
aa members of th Personal Rights
league. It was from Judge Murray F.
Tuley, one of the oldest and best known
jurists In the city, and read aa follows)
I regret that I an unable to accept year
kind Invitation to be with you to-day; but
permit me to say, however, that . am In
hearty sympathy with t he objects and pur-
Eies of your soclsty. I regard your orgxu
tiou as one of tbe most important foo
ters in the preservation of tbe liberties W
the people now existing In this country,
The "preservation of personal rights" and
the "maintenance of liberty" are con
vertible terms, .lust so far a an Individ
ual Is deprived of his personal rights, Just
to that nxtaiit Is he In slavry. Kvery law
whloh directly or indirectly forblda the
exercise af or abridges a man's
personal right" deprives him to
that extent nf bis liberty. When
such abridgment of personal righto
is not tor the Iwiaflt of all the people, It
becomes unjust at.u tyrannical legisla
tion. But the danger to libera? .. not so
much from uneat or tyrannical legisla
tion as It to from ths ignoring of written
laws, and ths usurpation by executive
officers af power sod authority not
granted by tbe law. wnere, a m mis
city of Chicago, the polio arrest on bare
suspicion and without warrant, persons
ot found lu the act oi violating; tne iawj
vvhen the polio undertake to determine
who shall and who shall not meet in open
pulill. woemblog to dlaouss political or
economlo questions; when, after 100 years
ot liberty in this oountry, a cttlxen is ar
rested without warrant, consigned to a
nrlaon cell for eight days (a recent case in
connection with a dynamite und at tb
Hayniarket monument), and Is prevented
from communicating with his friends, de
uled consultation with his legal ad
viser, and I not even Informed of tbe na
ture of tho accusation against him, and
when In answer to a Judicial mandate, the
door of his prison cell to owned and tbe
officer, of tbe law required to "show cause
why this violation of th citizen's par
oonal rights" the chief executive officer of
the police make "return" lu tuts ireu.
gnu' writ of habeas corpus that he r
rested this cltlnen upon th letter of an
unknown party andiietiunen tneriiix-u
In prison while trying to find auch un
known narty a "return." tne nhu oi
which never before dls ;rnisi the rrron! i
ot a elvlllxed country; when "l.-iul by
newspaper" Is sulistitutcd for "Itvt.il
juries;" when "origin il package.." ut
slander and vilification are hi. '
at the highest court of t -nation
because of lie decision
favoring personal rlithts snd tho
freedom of commerce: when upon almost
avarv article of food, of drink and nf rloth
log, a fictitious price Is made by means of
unlawful trust anu comoinanoos, u w
time. I ear. not only to call a halt, nut
also to establish "personal rights" league
in (very school district. In every county,
In every state of this Vnion. Iet your
organisation proclaim It to l the Unit
duty of every citlien to oucy in iw,
hether ne lie an otuciai or a pnvaio cm-
sen. Uemand tnat mere snau no eoaomie
equality of every citlr.rn before th law.
Persevere in your nppnsumu w nu .unii
uaryaud other vicious legislation, and
teach the people that If they wish to pre
serve their liberties mere must ue - eternm
Vigilance" In the protection or "personal
rights." m. r. ii-Lti.
WORSE THAN 8LAVERV.
OU Bundrod North Carolina NegroM Sold
to Brutal Contractors.
n,iaiau M. C. Julv a. William
IJI1I .n,1 s nnrtv nf ncoTil "cxodtiatur.
who left New Hanover county for Ar
kansas, have just returnisi. i ney maae
affidavit aa t their treatment there, and
.lul. m.i.vw la a hnrrllil ohm. There were
were two hegroes in their mrty and all
a a I . A 1 Tl...aa
x.AM -.-.avrn a1li a.a'itl tit ln.Mir mtitriicfor
.K.a ..lta.ta Kaa tiu tlfillHml hv til ft MIT
nHffntt ihvt tht-jr roulj not wurk tT
nitycentaa nny, snm um
would give. lie selxsl nil their (leraonul
u. ...... ..ml1lj .mt In hnraa ata
I'IUC . I... . . . n.-.v - -- -
...VtM In old nnt.luin44l. while
some bad to remain on the luinks of the
river wllhont heller, ah were guaraeu
ni. .wt.t.iitals anil rMViilvore wirM drawn
on them to force them to lenns. They
were within twelve miles oi imi-iana.
mw.A .inaliln In tfait oil the sll'lllller
ritbmit a ruuat. Thev got awav and
. . .. -....ti.-- HAtnl u,1i ..ru li i.e m't.n
won w aniwM... pumii .... jf
halted bv men armed and motmted. who
demanded where they were going, and
I B.,l,4lv Th lust SiiIm nf
. uniil. w u tnnAm In I .iitllstitltu b'
Him. ITWl'l. Trn" ...- ...
1 . ... V. . ...1.1 ..
a men named vrutiaius, w uo rn u
them fur an.iioo.
Th B.norlenr ef fear American Cattle-
turn Whs Want te London.
Kkw Yonk, July . Four cattle-
men, who were robbed of their wagos
in Loudon by a bnes cattleman, arrived
here Sunday as stowaways on tne
steamship City of Chester. They were
Peter Cjnlillt, n iiiinm nuriinginn, jonu
lrle and .hneph Benton. The men
hau crus-rsl on the tramp steamer
Wavoil-- finiu Ualtlmiire. When they
roni'li' '1 l.i"iil"u they sny the bis cattle
iiiiiii i'iilliilis:l their wage and lied,
i hoy n i-ic olil !isl Ui )hwii their clothes
.i iv... Ii l.i .er; ismI, and when tliere they
v.il uv. n on the City of Clieeter.
itiiiiii nil lii the bold four days
.i limit iiasl or water. On the fifth
,,.'v i niiii' on deck and told tlie
.i . i itici r tlo !r story.
i i.i . nlil Hi the barge nfflcs that they
ni'.v ..nii'i iimii I'itixens and wore allow
lib ml. llenlnn idaima to lie an old
,(."! uii'iit si'iinl, and said 'he served
i veiirs tinilcr Ou. Terry, and
. i. . i ,i' IVrrv mi His Custer iMttllcHeld
i ). ;li iil Horn, right after the
i.i.i , r . 1 uu men lull fur uaiumur.
The ninnies and j-iros of Frnnce Imve
done aa much for thoir conntry In the
preparation of savory dullcaclea as the
most renowned chefs. It haa been stiff-
mtod that during the long eeaslim of
Lent them holy men have boon in the
habit of relieving their privations liy em'
ploying their Ingenuity in the invention
of pleasaJil usius anu uiuasin nwiim-i
for the mturn of th days nf feasting,
Whether tbero to any foundation for this
Infmenoe is not rsaiitiviily known, but
tha foot remain that th clorgv. fnitn
whatnver catuw, are capital Inventors of
all sorts nf comestible.
One of the largest oystor park in tha
The Female Colloue. with its spneious
for the entertainment of bimrdi rs t'nim
I ugc not iiilmtttcd.
As n school fur the tluiroimb cilucittion
section of the country. It furnishes rare nilvuntuKcs in Music, Art, Lnr.KutiKC, l.itcritlurc iiud Science. I'lipils have every
comfort fouiiil in tin elegant home. Charges arc luw fur the hue ndvniilngrs given. I'ur cnt'ilouuc or nny itiformHtion
otintry was Htarted by Ahlsj lliuilii'turil,
tho euro of La Tcsto, win wo Hystoin of
artificial cultivation is so siU'i'iie-fiil thnt
of tho nnmlsT of oyster distributed
throughout Franco every your perlmtw
qimrtor lini produced by tho iiblio.
'ilium Agi'ii wus tho tliHcovcrvr of the
U'lTilU-H of NlTIK'.
Tho rillcttcs f T mrv tiro tho work of
n nu ink of Marmouticm. Tliori'iinwiii'd
liiltu-iirs Chunrcusis TruppiftiiKs Hi'iio
dictiiio and others, be; ray thoii'iiioimstlc
origin iu their natniv, und tliu hi rankest
imrt of their proiltn aim is that tbey
aboiild Imi tho work in" tliu must severe
iiml Hsi'otio of ivligioi..i Imilii's.
Tho elixir nf (luniM la tho ilivi lilicill nf
tho Alils.-tiiirus. The Dcxiors HiiUNiiipsi
wero first ptvuivil nr 'or tlm dini'tinii
f tho I'rinr Iiiii'iur :x. Um Hipuliir
Ucrginiguoiix niuco wns tirvt ititiiLf 1-1 by
thn AIiIm) lsTgoitniuix. Tho dolicnto
Fliuurd mki-s mo tlio invention of thi-
Ali! hj l'luua-.1. lA.'u tho iiiiiiinrtul
glory of the dis-ti'ry nf t'liami-'riio ih
nitributisl to ii luniik. V.i thesr may la
ivMiil tho iiinuiui-t'iiMu ili-licai iu iu
si-.''miiis, I'liiifis'liiiti, ry n.vl tho like.
v.aii li owe tti.-ir ontfu cnti.- ly tu iitina
iilhoFn-iii'liconvi iiti orat t.'rwl through
out tho land. I'ari.t t'ur. Cliicugo later
Ocian. A Lou 'iiice.
itti'iuiiHliip but i-.hh tin- Atliinl it- lire
cnintnon oimngii mom comiunu, iu-r
bai, than tiny eii.mM be but It race
inoivly from Now York to Livrriaad isn
mill nfiiiir rniuiuin-il with olio whirll
took jilace rtHTiilly ls-twis-n the I-'n-nrh
stciiinsbipS:il.'i7.ioiinil tin- KngliMi Kti-aiii-
ship Orir-ilia, which had it lilllo trial nf
sisTdls'lwwn Mi llsitinii'iiiid M irx.'illi'H,
by wtiy of tho tuii-x canal u total ins-tain-o
of n ano II.ihhi tuiifs.
Tho Suliixiu did imt i-tait fnuti Mi l
iMijinie until thn hours iifti-r Hiotiri
ziiba li.-vl iviili'il. Mm iirrivcd ul Ailo-
laiile, South Australia, ut ulsuit the
sjitne timo. After touching ut Albany,
Western An-tralia, together tliu two
steamers, though lsith mieln thn very
beet iKseiiblo timo ncrosM the Indiun
otTitn, nw iiothimt mom of each other
uutil thev had entered the Hisl eon.
Here the French Htiiitner was found to
be some distance in advance of tho En
glish, although tlu-y worn in plain view
of each other. Tho I jiglishlnan gave
chaws nnd snccitile.1 In uvi-rliiiiiling but
not in passing the Salable, ami the hitter
pm-cdiil tliu Urixiilvt through tliu canal.
The OriKtimiitiil tho Muiazio kepi qtiito
near together tliroiiglnuit tho Journey
thnmgli llio MislileiT.-iiuviu. The "r.-icc"
was not really a long strugghs covering
tho distance nf tin m- than leu lliniiNiiul
miles bet wis-u MellHiurno mid Marseilles,
but mthtir n brush" for ansislenco in
the Sues canal, i iio gn-itt is-eati going
stenmers tifleii journey very Hour to
gether oil long Voyages. Vuuth's Cum
pnulon. The imrndiBc of mllwny traveling
muat bolower llungiiry. when- Hie com-
panics nm planting hedges of i'roveiico
NEAR MORGANTON, BURKE CO.,
Wvtftcrii Norllt Carolina.
TliU ir.iiUr.MK ilnw, kxl nuvt m-n
Irvrl, iiUiPlrU liy ntniniMB iTrlllti-Hlvs f I lit
won. kiful i-urnttvc iruRrlk of im iiilnt
nm. nitlubHouM vlhiiiitc. inii on June UV,
.mho. 'r Hirlhrr ihfirmal.on nty l
C. H. HMITI1, lr.rlilir.
VHHTii tetra llf SKV. H'MIT. II. SfTTOS, II. .,
-SIN'I. or ST. AI'OI'STISK aoHMAI. H'llool.,
sc., sai.iiioii. MOS1II eoi.is.
This I. to certify thnt the miihrslunid
made Ills llrst visit lo lllin Alilnr Hprlnua In
lite summer of lssl.lua itciirral run dovtn
condition ot hcnllh, very feeble, with ill-is i
ala forlilddlnK drat-rta, hot lirrnd. nnd la. a I
at nlitht. In addition to this, Hilary trou
bles had manifold! themselves. Almost nt
once, lit the uae of the witter hla atrllle In
en-ata-d and his ibite.tlon lniirovrd, so thnt
In a few day he routdent with lni.ttnlly nny
kind of meat, hot lirrnd, imalrlra, nnd what
ever he iilrnsrd, for brenkls-l, dinner ami
aiitttwr. It wna not lona Isfttre the kliln- y
troiiblra illantMsnnil, Ihr wlioie noiiy wns
Invlaornlrd anil ovrr ball a hiuiiiI of llc.li a
dav wna sained.
Since thru, rmh year, from Ida naturally
fertile con. million nail thri-aliaiiatinit nature
nf hi. cnlllnH. the summer would And hhn
very much rnfH-tilnl. A visit to lllen Alplnr
Sirinii and the free r of the water hn, In
a short time, atrrtiKtlienrd him and lilted
him to return lo hla work. Tliere line Is-en,
each year, a KTnilunl amelioration of hla ills
sTittt ymttom and nn almost entire dlui-
la-arancr oi klilney troubles,
He has observed the same effects of Hie
wnter only In some In a much more marked
manner upon nearly every one whom I
has met at the SirhiH.
IK HIT, n. BUTTON.
JuneUOiltuimonnithu August, Inns),
well fiu nislicil buildincs, cool, well shnded,
now until Scptcmlicr 1st. Terms given on
mid refincil culture of girls nnd vouni! ladies,
ritur . is. s- ai ainsi a.
Bite tVaH Completely Cured,
A daughter of my customer suffered
from suppressed menstruation, nnd her
lienlth wiih completely wrecked. At my
suggestion she used one bottle of llriul
tield's I'cmtilc Kegululnr, which cured
her. J. W. IlKLLi'MR,
Water Valley, Miss.
Write Ilrudlield Kcgulntor Cominny,
Atlanta, Uu., for purticulurs. By nil
Tha Famed Cocoa of Europe,
Tha Coming On of America.
JvukAoM Irani, Ml Over Afenij.
Now that Its manufacturers
are drawing the attention of
the American public to this
first and, ever since its inven
tion, the best of all cocoas, it
will soon be appreciated here
as well as elsewhere all over
the world. All that the man
ufacturers request is simply
oho trial, or, still better, a
comparative test with what
ever other cocoa it may be;
ifii Vax Houten's Cocoa
itself will convince every one
!of its great superiority. It
is because of this that the
; linrrlisli paper Health, says
" Ouce tried, always used.
yTo aroid tha avil .ffaet. of Taanl
OMtM. bm oonManllf VAN HUUTKX'8
UIM'llA. wlikk utanl'HKNUTllKNKRof Ul.
XKKVKS and a rotrethia aad aourtablns
rrnntril. ad rvrry ilr
kmm kirn mmmu mndpricm MMrl
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEMTLKMIN.
Thf irrltpnr Atifl wmtiftl niulltrt-N of ttil All'
rHimm ipiir unnwn man ny uir Btrrnaj i
tairuu of ll itMiUasBJiflB or COttateUli WWin'raV
ffP.OO ltmilnv IIhho1smws4 ltiint mm.
I lln1.tiffiwrwl ll. A f)n c
utiMjuBiliHt tur Btvln tutrl durmtiilltv,
i.nlyro.r Writ U U9 nudu
A ntir rait snua
1,0 i.nlyro.r Writ U Ut uuudin 4nm
O hhi. mt ft ptipuUr prlraj,
tl.SO rollrrmNii'ii Hhnr lsiwtftllj sNdftiHOsl
W fi-r mtln-iul niffi. formrrB, jir.
AH mVHt id i-unicrraH, nut urn man bwt
nar as. ai sw a a sw hssw m,
,. hw ft. rirat.lv rrcrlvrrf mtnff lalmrllMSsl
ami ths rrcrut Ininnivrmrni. niaJia ttttai auparvu
Lu .nf .his-, .1 inr
a .a mur Oralrr. and
h? ha cannot anpr.tr rnn f
to fat-lory rlirlioitt adrarUaad prass
lawtal for order litatik..
L. DUL'ULAS, Breckl, Mass.
1'tlK HAt.U II V
WEAVER & MYERS.
AHE THE BEST, IIMPLEIT AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY
We claim that these hunger, arc cheaper
than any ithcrtanr detachable, end any
nitmlK-r ran be uard s-r slick ; Inaure a unl
form barn of tobacco more lidiai-co ran Isr
iiitvd per barn I tobni-eo lirlno better prices j
iIik' not lirulrr : stalk Is nut cured, saving
furl nnd time, Any hnrn ran 1st uard. Ham
tile sent w Ith pamphlet Inr 0 eenta uoatno.
Impilrv for thrm of your storekeeper or
aarnl. If they do not keep them srnd to as.
Price ier 1,000, with ticks), Ss.oo
lrlc ncr 1,000, hnnitern only 4.S0
Mtnd cash with onlrr, or good sent C. O. I).
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
Mouslon, Halifax County, Va.
crnssy cnmntis of seven ncrcs. will la otsrn
upplivution. Children under fifteen years
this ItiBtitution bus im suis?rior in this
x-. voiie-fc, jasnevuie, c.
( I'urmerly of Lyman & Child ),
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Busiucss
Loana arcurely itlncrd at a is-r cent.
Eii(Ub and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Nu. Mi Vrvnvh Ilnmil Arcnuc.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND.
For mmiy yinra ArtMiK'iiitr lr.mlml of Mt.
Vernon (nniiiutc. ItHltimuiT.)
AfntlNttil by a volt'" uf comKrnUnt teachers.
BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To the citiirnii nf Anhi'vllle nnr vicinity I
wimlil mimiuniY thnt ill mv Hhfiiw on Collrse
otrrt't, next to WtHHlhury'M atntnrti, 1 nm tct
ter prvpurcd I nun ever to tin worn in my line.
WftKon. HnttKien nnd Camnitvii ntanafnet
urrd. KeiminnK nml hirft-thieinn: arc r-
cinltim, nml ncficct sntif-ini-tlon uunrnnteen.
My work turn nre eKirrnrneeU and skillful and
my churiics are nioUcrate.
novaf;t a n. ni it nn i i it.
NIIW HOL'BBt NKWLV PURN18HUD
ALL MOllUKN IMrKOVBMItNTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. all Haywood Street.
11. F. P. BRIGHT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
OR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Wr the unilrrMiirnrit tinvrlhU day dissolved
inrlmrhlj ly iniitutil tiniMrtit. All ohtitta
tlons not iillWrwiMe itnivitli-d for will lie met
by J. II. Weaver. Any ncvounla due the firm
arc iHiynhlc tu cither.
IICNHIMU At VAVI1K
This 7th tiny of May, I MM).
The tmd' rsluneil have this dnv formed a
it tinrliirrhin umler the name nml style of
wenvtr K Myers, lor inr purpose ni connucf.-
iti the shoe ItUNiiicss In all its branches, at
the old Ptatiii oi iierniiK v weaver, aw rat
ton avenue, (oiin II. Wravik.
J. NilKMM MVHHS.
Asheville, nnc A. 1M1M.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill uiltes Houtll of Anhcvlllc, on A. at . K. K.
I'rr liny ,
IHnnrr and Tea
'urtlca on one day's notkc,
Thon. A. Morris, Prop.,
aprl lid If Ardra, N. C.
Aahevllle, N. C, April 11, 10.
The eoiwrtnrrahlp hcrrlofor .alatlna be
tween the nndrrsitined, under the Orm aam
of I'l'LI.IAM at CO., Is this daydisaolrcd by
mutual consent. The debt da by said firtn
will he paid by Lawrence futllem, and th
debt, due lo .aid firm will be paid to him,
and the buslnc. continued by him.
I). C. WAIitillLL.
To our patron, of the pn.t I
I have this day wild my Interval and Rood
will In the Inaurnnec liu.lnca. In A.hevllle to
l.awrrnc rnlllam, who will continue th
liurtnte. I bespeak for hi in a eunUneanc
of your patronajia.
D. C. WADHULL.
aprl I dnod
Apply to a durlna th Incoming week to
rent the Hock Quarry on th oppo.lt aide
of tb river, near the I run bridge, aad the
NINU TUNBMUNT HOUBBS
near by. A goad rock man eaa get bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.