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ASHEVILLEIDAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1800.
How is Your Blood?
I had t malignant breaking nut on my
leg below the knee, and was cured smiurl
and well with two and a half bottles ot
8. 8. 8. Other blood medicines hud fail
ed to do me any good.
Will 0. Bbatt, Torkville, 8. C.
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Teller, and lliruo
bottles of a a 8. cured mo perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
ManrwiUe, 1. T.
Our nonk on Blood and Skin Dlscasr
flwin Sracuuo Co., Atlanta, Oa.
A. II. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
iiraue Over J. II. Law's Btorc, South Muln
" With ftas Hoc.
Fill In a with ailver or nmalimiii....r.Oe. to7rie,
gold $I.uo and upwHnl.
wi or ice in , su.wi,
Bent set of teeth $H,U(1.
N Iteticr made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, n. c.
fltl nrorilre In the 10th nnil 1 2th ImllHitl
Platrivt. uf North Carolina and in the Su-iin-nte
Cuart and the Federal Court of the
Weatern iHsinct or North Carolina,
Thri. P. Daviiimin, Thou. A. Junk.,
KHICIUn. JAM. . aiAHTIN, A.rCVIIIC.
WJAV1DBON, MARTIN t JUNI',8,
Attorney, and Councilor, at Law,
A.hevltle. N. C.
Will praetlcr In the 11th and 12th Juitldnl
ljiatrit-l.. and In the Kuiireme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Wenlern Iliatrlet of North Cnrullna.
Kcfer to Bank of Aahcvllle. dtwl
Jt A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plan., .neciflcatlon. and eatitnatea fur.
alahrd. All work In my line contracted fur,
.and no chance, for drawing, on contract.
Mrferenec. when dciml.
Ofttcc: No. 1:1 Hendry llloek, North Court
, II. RKKVKS, D.D.8. 11. K. SMITH, D. P. 8.
Dr. Reeve & Suiltta.
In Connally DultdinK, over Mcdwood. Bturc,
Teeth ritrncted without pain, with thenew
anirathctle, and all caac. of irrcKulnrily cor
'. KAMHAV, U. D.8..
In Barnard Kull.llnu Kntrullce. I'm too
Avenue nnd Main street.
J. W. ROLLINUM)
I will practice in the city nnd .urroumlluii
(Ifflre at W. P. lllanloK t Co.'. atnlile, 7(1
Hoittk Mala (treet. airl
VM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLt BRICK WORKS,
AshevlUc, IN. C.
J". O. BOS f.
THH LAROKRT AND HB8T BUI'll'I'lllt IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
COMM'LTINd CHIMIrr 1M0 MIMINO BNOINKRRS.
Aaalnc. of Metal., Ore., Coal or Coke. Min
eral Water.. Fcrtlllirr.. etc.
I'KICB LIST UN APPLICATION.
Mining property InveitlK.teil, developed
bouaht ana .old.
Hamplncan be Mnt hy mall or riprea.. If
eat hv eiineaa, charirr. muat he prepaid.
AaenU wanted In every plane.
DR. H C. WOLTCNKCK,
qovB dAiwlv Manager.
TO WEAK HEH
ntWtM frost ut. tas or yoathfal tmn. fwly
and a nlaabk, wmum f smImIi eonulnln, lull
and a nlaabk wm. f lli eont
pkotdk iwlleal work i .herald b. ra
OI .oars a
Hi Mlllata4. Addiaa,
M r. c nwia, , Cows.
aovS dw If
If A wrtTr. iwwhiivii
f ASTRAL 1 Hill
PERFECTLY ODE RLE Ml
Burn In any Lamp without danger ol
Exploding or taking (Ir. 8ao that you
gst Mi genuine. Far salt by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASHE VILLI, N. C.
atp dawly .
A WOMAN'S POLIl'ICS
Why Mrs, Hendrioks Likea Gov'
AKD DISPABAGE8 ME. CLEVELAND.
The) Widow of Iho Imto Vino Pr-psl
donl Say That Hill la a "Doinn.
rat of DemiM-riim" iiimI Iloltoralca
Iho WIhIi That Ho May Bo Norn-
InaK'il for I'rcaldont,
Inihanapch.is. July 8. "Mi. Hen
dricks, The New York World under
stands thut yon have nominated Gover
nor Hill, of that state, for the next
president," wiih the remark addressed to
the lady mimed in the foregoing by a
reiireaentiitive of The World, Buo
"Well. I do not know to what von rw
fer. I supiKMO it has something to do
with the brief visit that the governor
puiil me on the (lay tlutt my husband s
monument was unveiled,
"Yes, minium. Several reports of that
conversation are fin-ulnting. One is
that vim told the governor that von
hoped he wnnld either 'get there' or
'get it, rererring to tno next presi
Kii(!OiirnrliiK I he Governor.
"No, I did not say that. Of course
tno conversation was one ot those liKht
nnd running utfairs that we all indnlire
in at times without measuring our
words or thinking very much of jnst
what we are saying. There were seve
ral others in my ltarlor besides Governor
Hill, nnd ill the conversation that
sprung up many prominent men and
Imblic measure were discussed. Mr.
leveliind was referred to, and one of
the uentlemen remarkeil that he did not
seem to 1st an out anil out Democrat:
that he caten-d too much to the Mint
wtimp clement. While Gov. Hill did
not seem to altogether indorse this view
of Mr. Clevelands character hv anv
thing he said. I inferred rather from his
ueneral demeanor Hnd an occasional
word that he held this same view. There
was a brief pause in the conversation at
tins stage, and 1 stud in a laughing way,
'Well, governor, unless you can bent
him for the nomination you will gutter
in my good opinion.
IHhcuhmIiijc Mr. Cleveland.
Continuing. Mrs. Hendricks said: "I
did not mention Mr. Cleveland s name,
but. of oonrse. I meant him. The en
tire party doubtlexs held this view of
iur. I. leveiaim s democracy, altlioiiKh
Gen. Sickles spoke of him several times
in the very kindest manner, and so did
Governor Hill. There was nothing said
by any one that might not have ln-eu
said to Mr. Cleveland's faoe."
"Mrs. Hendricks, yon will atuud by
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mini (imi mini tii.-ii .
"I h. yes: why shouldn't I?"
"Why do you wish that Governor
Hill should be the next nominee of the
Why Hhe Mice Hill.
"Well, I will tell you. Of course I do
not know much about him. liavinir met
him so seldom, but Mr. Hendricks al
ways admired hlni and his sturdy, whole
souled UeniixTHcy. ou see my ntis
Imnd was Demin'rat from princijile,
from noiii'st motives and convictions.
Times then- were when Ills private in
terests woultl have been bi tkjT sub
served had he deserted the Democracy
mid gone over to the enemy, but he al
ways stiMsl firm: never for a moment
did bo quail. He wits a Democrat of
Democrat;. He recngnized that sort of
nn element III Governor Hill, lie liked
and adiini'i'd him. mid so did 1.
The conversation theu drifted into the
ninleliued hiiiI di'sultory, and the corn
sMinileiit. while not quoting Mrs. Hen
dricks closely, gathered the following
I nwi'ltleii History.
When Mr. Hendricks went to the
Chicago convention he told his wife that
lie wok determined not to accent the
nuiniimti'iu tor the vice presidency bnt
it was atterwams nircea non mm. tin
was given to understand that he could
have anything for his friends that he
After the victory and liefore the in
auguration, he again had the same as
surances made to him concerning the
disiKKUil o certain portions of the offi
cial patronage. What was the result'
The air of Washington never became
free of a certain Kepulilicnn. or at least
Mugwump taint during the entire four
years. Mr. Hendricks was humiliated
In various ways. It was only after the
most vexatious and emlHirrassing .exie
rience that he iiccasioiiHlly secured a
trifling MMition for somclxsly.
Thiscoiistant treatment throughout the
spring and summer, with all the humil
iation and cmlwrraHsmeiit accruing, had
debilitating effect tiMiu Mr. Hen
dricks. His health had not lieen good
for two years or more. The presiden
tial canvass had brought exiswure and
an overtasking of bis Kiwers, and he
should have had lierl'wt rest and quiet.
In oven i tier the etui came, and the vice
A Most. Iteiiuiikulilc Hen.
Nmiimikh. Va., July 11. Col. Thomas
D. Woods, who lives in Amherst county,
Viririnia, lias in his poultry yard a hen
that is truly a freak of nature. The hen
is now nlmut A years old. She grew up
to lie is-rfeetly black. When i years
old. however, white feathers began to
make their apearance. Ihey continued
to increase until she liecame ierfectly
whiU. She remained white nearly two
years when black feathers SKiiin begun
so apienr. They have increased in
numlicr, mid there is now no doubt that
she will again 1st perfectly black. This
seems to I.' a remarkable case, and is,
perhaps, without a precedent.
How He liaised Money,
Paiikkkhri-ku. W. Va.. July f. A
notorious counterfeiter known as Will
iam Seibert, who has circulated more
raised $1 silver certificates as fives in
Pennsylvania. Ohto and West Viririnia
than any other exert in the business,
was lirouirht Deiore the united mates
court here. Finding defense nseless
Heiliert made a confession. He told how
he had skinned genuine (I'i certificates of
part of their figures nnd pasted them on
the 91 notes. A pilu of the raised
note on the table showed that the work
hod lieen so neatly and deftly done that
it was only by close scanning that the
fraud could lie dutrrted,
Choked lo Heath hr Hcans.
MoNTltni.m. Ills.. Julv 6. Miss
Mary McMurry, living near White
Meatn, tins county, swallowed some
beans, which Indued in her throat and
choked her to death almost lustautly.
BOUGHT TO SAVE A LIFE.
Rut John Moody Could Not Swim
and Was Drowned.
Wlt.KiwuitHK, Pa.. July S. John
Moody (colored) waa drowned in the
Susquehanna while trying to save a
child from drowning, Moody had nut
two little children who were in tils
harire into a IsHtt and waa nnshinir the
boat around to amuse tho little onoi
when one of them fell nverlxwrd.
Moody jtittiied in, but being poor
iwimmer was caught by an eddy and
narried down. His body waa found
(tending upright in the water with out
stretched arm. The child was saved by
one of a number of men who saw the
Why the PreBident'a Wife Ao-
oepted the Gape May Cottage
THE NOTORIETY Or BABY 1TEEE,
Ocean Grove's Camp Meeting; in
Fnll Blast -Preparation for the
Stale Ktirnnipiiient. at 8ea Girt.
An Innovation at Asbttry Park,
Drowned at Atlantic City.
Cape May, Jnly 8. Mrs. Harrison
has at last lieen induced to talk with a
reporter concerning the circumstances
which induced the acceptance of tho
comfortable cottage at Cape May Point
where the executive's family are now
enjoying the sea breezes.
Mrs, Harrison said that the White
House is too small to accommodate
their large family, and during the sum
mer, on account of the conventional re
straint nit U)sin the president's family,
it is csis'cially uncomfortable, "There
have been sngwstioiis I t ool various
sources ulsait the president purchasing
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a niiiiiiorr iioior iu siiiiiu if ii rv lisilillr-
ton, which at the end of his official
term miirht be sold at a considerable ad
vance. We have had mi example of
tins, nut tne president will not use ins
oSlcial rank as a means of making
money, even lo the extent or purchas
ing a home for his summer use and sell
ing It when he retires from the office.
An Opportune OftVr.
"It hamieiied while we were consider
ing what plans it would lie best to make,
that I was surprised by the Kil t of this
beautiful cottage, fully equipped and
roaay for our occupation, its accept
ance Beemed to me to be the best which
conld be done. None of the gentlemen
concerned could have any object other
than the courtesy of making ns com
fortable. As far as their names are
known, none of them seek office. It does
not involve the president in any money
making tor his iersimal benefit. How
others may lie lienefited does not con
cern ns. If our presence at Cape May
Point will Is' a l'iii-tit to any persona
tney are welcome to it.
Bally McHco's Notoriety.
As to Baby McKee, Mrs. Harrison
said. "We have never wished the nul-
Hoity given our grandchildren: there
fore, if any one is getting dissatisfied,
it should lie remembered that we did
not obtrude them tqioii the puliliu. We
have sought in every wuv to preserve
the privacy of iinv home, but we have
not been is-ruiitted to enjoy that happi
ness. Wnen it is said bv 'inconsiderate
persons that we force our privacy upon
the public it can be truthfully said, but
without desiring to be offensive, flint
the public have forced themselves unou
ns. I am sorry for such ihtsihis who
UKe pleasure in making me unhappy.
WCRK FOR CONGRESS
The Tariff nod Hulwldy Hills Occupy
Wabiiinoton, July M, The pro
gramme in the senate this week in
cludes the linssage of the sistill sub
sidy bills and lsmsihly the river and
lmrlsir bill and the ojieiiing of the de
lude on the tariff question. Senator
Morrill, the chairman of the committee
or finance, has said he will call tip the
tariff bill tislay according the an
nounced intention and that he is wil
ling, when it has Iss'ii made tin1 uu-
tllilshed business of the senate, to have
it laid aside informally that thcpustal
snltddv bills, which were under discus
sion for two davs last week liiav lie dis
posed of. The subsidv bills have lieen
dcliata-d at length ami tliev will lie
passed without lunch further discussion.
The eliH'tinil committee of the house
has decided to call un two of the coil-
tested election cases this week, hut it
will defer to the wishes of the committee
on rules as to the exact days for their
consideration. The cases lire tin we of
LangHton, Kepulilicnn. against Yensble.
Democrat, from the Fourth district of
Viririnia. ami Miller. Rcnu ilican.
against Elliott, Democrat, from the
Seventh district or south Carolina, lhe
elections ciimmiltii' has decided in favor
of the lieiiuhlican contestants, nnd they
win in an proiNiiiiuty ls s-iieii, .Mr.
LangHton Is a mulatto and Mr. Miller,
who lu a hut a sum, 1 11 'rceiitiw of uero
blood, is wH'ially a iiegm.
Our isolations Willi Mexico.
8ax Antovi . Tex.. .Inly H. James
L. Truehart. sis-cial Mexican iiirctit of
the International Kxpositioii Fair asso
ciation. 1 'tUI'iieil irom tne i uy oi .Mex
ico. lii'e there he had ninny inter
views with President Diaz, who repeat
edly expresse.l his friendly sentiment to
ward Jiie L-uiicii mates, ho was es
pecially plca'x'd with the action of Texas
and national authorities in the matter
of the recent raids on the bonier of New
Leon, and said that he felt disposed to
do somethiiiu In rcoiiitnl. He will is-r-
wnially sop -ruse the share of Mexico in
the exhliiitiou. and will write letters to
the various executives of the Mexican
states, ui'rtiug their cieoH-ration.
A Case for .linle Lynch,
Nkw Ai.uvny. Itiil.. Julv 8. Word
ri'sched here of a horrible murder in
Perry county. George Si-als. it desiier
ailo, who was driven out of Crawford
county by the White Cai. abused his
wife in a sliockin;; manner on July 1.
The next dnv she was found snot.
stamiH-d and is-ati-tt to death. Sheriff
Gardiner, who came on July :l to arrest
Seals, was mortally wounded by the
murderer and has since died. The
country is thorong'ily aroused and
Seals will proisilny Isi lynched if
PoliT Ht wis, Mich,, July 8. Henry
Henderson Isirrowed his employers
team to take his family to a picnic. The
team took fright and ran away throw
ing the is-ciiimnts out of the vehicle,
injuring Mr. Henderson seriously. Mrs.
Henderson is so lui.liy hurt that she will
die. A daughter and son wen- instantly
killed, anil another son had his left hand
I-' I re Destroyed the Town.
Al.TAMl'NT, Ills.. July M. At lobl. Ills..
a small station on the Ohio ami Missis
sippi railroad alsmt eighteen miles
south of hen-, the drug stom of J. Pat
ricks was dlscoven'd to Is on lire, hut
was under Kiteli headway that nothiiiir
could lie done. The II ones swept the
entire business portion of tho tnwu,
leaving but one store Htanding.
Konod HI Body In lhe Itye,
Kinuktox. N. Y.. Julv M, The lirslv
of Els'liexer Alsdorf, aed ,111 years, was
found in n rye Held at Sliawaiiguuk. lie
had Is-eii out of his mill 1 lor some time,
ami committed suicide by cutting his
throat with a razor. J It leaves a wife
The Green l-lyed Minister's Work.
Al.TieiNA, Pa.. July H, Clara Junes,
agetl III. a servant 111 the Central lintel
at Gallitxin. hud her throat cut with a
razor by Harry Marsh, aged '.Ml, a miner,
who was furious with jealousy. The
girl will die.
Oppression by the British Folioe
in That Country,
CANNIBALISM IN TEE SOUDAN.
Tho Kiiiulsliliiff Natlvea Forced to
Dine Oft Kaon Ol her A Talc of
Horror from Cairo Count Kal
noky's Couditlon Inspires Alaini,
Programme- of the Parnelliies,
London, July 8. Further advices
from Burundi give painful accounts of
the cnieltii-B perpetrated by the British
police on the wretched inhabitants.
Although torture is expressly pruhibitd
by law throughout the British empire.
Biirmah appears to be an exception, it
beiHg the policy of tho police in certain
districts to extract roiiiessious from ac
cused persons by methods amounting to
In the Kivanksai district of hoist
l I..;...-..... l.
uiiriiiilli n iiiiiint-i uie. at bin- ii-iiui'Bi ui
a district superintendent of lilice, re-
fused to grant bail to persons accused of
a buiiulile offense, line the uccuseil was
put ill a solitary ivll and hundculfed for
three days and two nigats until lie ninilu
a confession implicating himself ami an
other. On lieing released he imme
diately withdrew the confession, claim
ing that it hud been extorted from him
oy physical sulteriiiK.
It proved thut there was no evidence
whatever to sustain the chargi'S. It is
proposed to establish a judicial commis
sioner for the conquered province in
order to pur un end to tne outrages per-
letrated by the practically irresjHiusible
Tho Famine In the H- iidun,
Cairo, July 8. Advices have reached
here that the famine which has for
some time ast prevailed in the Soudan,
is increasing rapidly, Thousands of
natives are without fisxl of any kind
and the reisirted uumberuf deatlis froui
starvation is appalliujt. With the re-
porta of this dreadful state of affairs
come nomine stories oi cannibalism
which is also said to lie on the increase,
It was resirted not long ago that the
dead were being eaten by the famished
survivors, lint the pn'seul ailvici-s rep
resent matters as si ill worse. It is now
asserted that largo numbers of men,
women and children uredelila-rately put
to death thai they may serve as fisal for
their frenxie I companions. Relief has
lieen extended to uiese uuhuimv people.
as far as possible, but not siiuii ieiitly to
allay the terrible siuferiug in the iiiti-
rior settlement whicu are beyond reach,
Americans Capture lli-rlln.
Bkki.IN. July 8 . '1 lie German federal
line . meeting os-ned yesterilay. The
iiroKraiuuie uis'iinl with a trraiid linn
cession to the town hall, stoning from
the uandeiiliurg gate. The line was ar
ranged ,n order ot iiutnmulitv. I he
Americans tukinir pni'isleui-e of tin
other foreigners. A sinking feature of
the pageant was groups ot rill 'men n-p-resenting
the development or advance
ment of Germany s sliisitiiiy; associa
tions since the tliirtiM-iithii'iit urv. The
stnets comprising lim line of march
were crowded with M 'ople. who cheered
themselves hoarse in honor of the v.s
itors, and in admiral ion of the ilispi ty.
Herr Von Korckciiliec., mayor of Her
lin, welcomed the visitors at the town
hull. A iiumls'r of iiiciiiIh-i-s of the New
lork independents in carrmues, two
abreast, heudiil the Americans in tin
Parnellitca oi: the Wnt'imih.
Lommin. Julv 8. The Piiin-lltti- meiii.
bent are fully preiuired to make life
miserable lor .ur. uanour iiuriiiK the
coiuiiig week, in tit" discussion of
the Irish estimates. It is proisised to
attack the whole police system of Ire-
laud, and to 1 lus end tne .Mitionmihts
have for some time past been col lectin if
evidence of intimidation on the part of
the Irish coiistaiinlnry, wnicli they hope
will break the chief secretary's conten
tion that the (silice have shown piiiark
able clemency toward offenders. Nearly
every Irish uieiuls-r of arliamcntary
prominence has propareil a sK-ecii on
the snliiect. and a lively time is ex
Killed at a Grado Cross Inc.
Bkri.in, July 8, An express truln
runiiinir at n hndi rati, of snecil. struck
a carriage which was crossing the track
near Lipe, (feriuany, killing three of
its occupants and serionslv iniiiriinr two
others. The three killed were women.
Tho Fireworks Wrul Oft".
Lonpon. Julv 8. An explosion oc
curred in a fireworks factory ut Croy
don, completely wrecking the htiililiiw
and several adjoining ones. Fortu
nately no lives were lost, Tim pecuni
ary damage is heavy.
To Punish Dr. McUlynu'N Friend,
Riiuk. .TiiK- H. Tit, imiii.. lius ...in.
tinned the action of Anhhi-hop Corri-
frail in regain lo Ur. Utirtscll. ol llriHik
VII U-lltl ltIUllM.tjl ,I.U Ittlltu.. ..f 1).. M.t-
(lynn. Dr. ISurtscll will be transferred
to a rural mrlh.
Boer SiispiH-l the llrlilsli.
Capk Tows, July H. The Transvaal
newsiaN'i-s are unanimous in their ex
pressions of distrust of the British South
African comiiauy, slid advocate un al
legiance with (ferniatiy.
Count Kaluoky's Condition.
VlKNNA. July 8. The condition of
Count Kulnnky waa much worse than
yesterday, nnd is causing his physicians
Drank a tjuart of Whisky.
Nkw Yoiik. Julv 8. Thomas F. Fitx-
simmons, of 41 Watts street, who say.
he is a druggist, and who drank a quart
of whisky and then went into a state
of collaisc, lias improved in llellevnu
hospital, although still very sli.iNv. Dr.
I'atoti exp 'cts him to pull through. He
has IsH-n iiiicniiscioiis most of tie- time
since he was admitted to the inebriates'
ward. As in most cases of the kind,
the heart and stomach have Ih'cii seri
ously affit'teil. ,
Wcodlnoilt'a Hotly Pound.
Nkw Yohk. July. 8. The ImmIv of
Franz Weiidliindt, who committed sui-
lde with his wife Wednesday niuht at
Hnlsiken on oi nut of isivrrty, was
found yesterday floating near the Rot
terdam steamship pier, The lxxliei of
Mrs. Wenilhiiult and her bills? were
found near tho iue place Thursday
or Inl.rvat to th. Trnvsllna rnullc
Montoomkhv. Ala.. July 8. The Ala
bama Midland railroad hnscnnstiiiimstrd
an ariaiigement with the Louisville and
Nashville, by which all passenicer trains
of th former will arrive ami depart
from th union neHt. this win bes
arrest convenience, as the old depot was
a milo from th husinas center of th
city, and the traveling public will lie
glad of therhsnge esieclnllydriinitners,
C'nrnner. nf Oeorgla to Mt
Macon, (la.. July 8. On tho 53d of
this month the coroners of the state will
assemble lu Macon to discuss various
matter, of Interest nertaliilnir to th du
ties of th office. It is expected that th
convention will be largely attended.
Asheville Female College.
The Pcmalc College, with its upacH usj wcllfu rn i hIiciI hiiildins, cool, well sluidcd,
for tllC Clltcrtainmeilt of bonrilimlritlininw until Sciilimlvr lt Term, iriven mi
ofnc not admitted,
Ann school for the thorniiuh education
section of the country. It lurnishcH raa advuiitnues iu Music, Art. Lar.Kuanc, Literature and Science, .'anils haveeverv
comfort found in nn elegant home. Charca are low for the line ndvrintaues yiven. IW cat'dtiu-ue or miv iiil-ninnt ion
A you n ft .unl iiv.E, liclrct nf .Iinniltu u.
u., wuncravfii mr u m ntiiou, ian uwny
frnm m-IiihiI lit ilt-miiHc.lilrc I nun tenant,
hmiitHl tluwii I t.t-r unioiliuu iiml rt iiirncil
An li t 1 1 list U iH'inir furm' tl in tin lulu
chic, wllli I ut nmvur uf .Mluiifjirt.fih at iu
fi Iriiirn' frSMUMiDi (tHM-k yunN will n-iniln
iimlcr Amt'rfi-.iu titnlit.1.
Tlinf itt'iMtit! .M'rt ki. It'll mimI iilnn Inlni't-vl
hy ti friiii rnuiiiiii luM it nttum. in Umia-
vii ic. hv.
hlx imt--iii wiTt lu-lly Injtiri I In Hit' ik
tit (if ti cli.tr fr h. :rr v. lilt li IgmI Imcii
ItliK l hi n tiff nt 'liiut i- City, l'n.
Tl vclT;Mi-a mi lin Itciyhni arm y liavr
wrilttm I i ilit Kr. iicli iniitiMifr ill l.tiit-fift
tltftr' llllll. 1.1 til III it tllf llllVK fill Hli
with tlii1tiMihotnihn'"i 1 ut wvrt iiin. mi
lilt MVtillll HlililVf : ;ir) i.l Wj.lcrliMi
iiimI t-xpr Tt"lii IIk'Ii ut r ininltn hli
ilni tntil lit Kn iich iiiiifitu un tti.tt oi iMi. Inn,
H-Vt'1llHHH Hun in (. r;ill li.it i itut-cilcil
lilt-item. nut tf I lie Jmiii ii- nit it iiiiii-iilii.ik
and (hit i i "till rvtii- lotln mi, '( Uv j.mr
iiryiui'li rsiriirk hiriiiii- linrn.
t 'tin nt MrrlM-rl Itixiimr k U rrcilh.tl uiih
liiivinv wiirkf I li.inl .hiring Hit- i-t jr tr lu
wt'tirt l Iif rt'htn uf llt liuni.iMil im lici in.iny.
Hit ItMiilmmor Imimm-I nt l' n i-,t f.-n tl:i,t
nu wai n uili. run Hit -cm. Out,, lltiy-ilirci
lrin tirini. ivfit m-fiil. niit r iIm
lwnt)-lwtt wvrr v.mm-h jhi1 (hrc . Uil-ir.'it.
Not ii Minirlf lriHitaiifit ii'mii aiicti-l "I.
A ItoHIn iNtnkitr lia. Iktii r.liUi at I'omi
lll'trkii l5 u MAinilkr, wlm n-k(t 't,f itif
inoiify tivt r a t'-li'iJtt-nt, aiMi.ttici- m i-ivln u
KtVB firttl rM-fitl.
Mr. Kva ll.trl dl.tl nl t Ii-itu 4 'iiltT. N. V..
Tim lMMik f tlip t'MMiiiii.Hliiii-i uf tn x
ami HtMtHHMtl-., jiM t-Miiidcit, hIiuw thai
tin BhM-iM tl v.ilm tit ral rtl at r in tin cili uf
New Yfrk If l.:"r,jii."i f-ir 1ml nn hit n-Mi
til Jr-rtl.TltKM, ( .ctM.llli t-l ill'lll IVhldclltN
Inranrnmv AuntH nml llnkcn.tind otli-
en who tlcHirc In iiiifiue ill lln l it.. In.
A CONTRACT ON THE GROUNO FLOOR.
The Maryland I. iff Imtttrantf L'uniitiiiiv .i
naltillHirt' Hill I ta villi I CMiiiiuiMiiiiiiiM and re
newnln dirrt't iu tin- Aucitt ur lirkrr ulm m--t'lircN
the rink nn it im-lrm ltii nirtlmd ti tin
old plan of hninKa Cviural Au ni ti n-n-
ini wnoir wintf ur m iari tiiotrict
PrnuMti who difdrv t rtiKiiKv in ihr l.ili
InaurnntT Iniitini'itit ur thoiar m hiiKvatMiini.i
have lift' rink to iitni'c 1,-1111 dtal dim-tlv w it Ii
thrComfiany nml thim ik-vuix- tin- lull vtnti
Itrnnntion for tht-ir work.
Write tt tin Maryland l.ifr hiMiramt Cmn
imny fur term lu AuuitN btiurv uLuiin noLn
Two mifcct.Hfnl HtHxial Auttttt'aii idttalii
ctniluymrnt to work In the Mutt of Nuli
No lie Iter ur lrunirfr Lift L'.itiinjiiu t-nn
lie found, art will Im- rut n hv tltf iiiarki l inliu
of It rciirittiii iinlilulutl iu Itr lift ! aMti.
Ihrrnl divldt mU. n full rvM-rvc on llu- ha-lt
ol luur per crnt-i n larc Hiirpluii vvr all ha
hillllrn, nraHin whith will mil in Ihr mm-ii
market fnr much niurt' than ih.-v nrii;inall
eoril the Cuuipany and a moid id iwvuiv
Ave yearn uf active liiirHir u ithnut unt emi
terttrtl t-laim, nre the tieciiil tt aiuret uf t hi
All aiMilU'iitlutit for AM ndrN muni lie ae
etitniHuiietl hy nuilalde iviereiux-. Aurtit
w anteU in every count v of the State uf ,rtli
Carolina. Write to the Compiiuy iur dm u
MAKV1.ANU 1.1 I'll INSI KANCIi Ct ,
IlllvMtleiHiai Util tun. -iv. Mil.
Havlnii ntialilleil nn ndinluitratur mi the
eMtntcof J amen Itailey. wr . on the loth dm
of May. Ihihi, notltr In herehy i:ivin to all
Iternonn iniieuieo iu mr nani jutitett naiit v.
nr., lo make immediate iattient and m ttie
inrnt; and all nerrtottn hiivinu claim iiKaiitot
ttaid entnte will prcMeiit thctti fur nuiciii uti
or liefure the lith day id May, IMM, ttr
thin notitT will Ik- plead iu bar id their n
eovery. Thin 'J'Jm tlav ol May. lMHt.
ii. n. .u im r n,
mnyUKdnt thn AdmiuiNtrnlMr.
NEAR MORGANTON, BURKE CO.,
Wctcru North Carolliiii.
Thin wnteriuu ilaiv, Immi ftct a hove twa
level, nt tented hy nutnerour errttlicutt n of the
wonilrrfnl curative procrttni of Itn water
and ultihrioun climate, dihii un June Id,
iHtMI. I'r further Information apply to
C. H. HMITIl, l'riitTletor.
CKNTtt'tC ATK Of HKV. HOflT. II, Mt'TTON, tl, P.,
rilN'l. Of tT. At'Ut ltTINM NONMAt. fCIIOO,.
aCM HAI.ltti.lt, NoNTII CAHtll.lKA,
ThU In to certify that the timh ndm-d
made hit timt vlnlt to t.leii Alpluc Hprin- In
the stimmer of INHl.Inn mncral run duwti
condition of health, very feeble, with tllriep
stn forhhhlliiM lertertii, hot lirrnd, nnd meat
nt nljxht. In addition to thin, kidney trmi
hlenhad man (fen ted themwlven, Alinutt nt
once, hy the ue of the water hi apiKtlle In
rrennrd nnd his illwrrillun liuprmctl, so that
In n few dnyn he could cat with Impunity nu
kind nf meat, hot hn-ail, piitrti m, and what
ever hv pleiincd, for hrtnktat. dinner and
mipprr. It wan not Iohm ta-lore the kidney
troubles illnapiH-and, lhe whide lnnly wan
InvlKornted and over half 11 puunil ol tlmlt n
Ony war Knitted.
Mince then, euch year, from hi natitratly
(Vehle vonntltutlou nnd theenhmtttinu tialure
of his enllhiH, the humiiicr would Hud him
very in licit enfeebled. A vinit to tileii Alpine
MprliiKS nnd the tree urn-of the water has, in
short time, M mini In aid hint nnd tilted
him to return to hit work, Then' him bun.
eneh year, a itriiiliinl aiuelliMiilhni of hi ih-
pep tic symptoms nnd an iiliuonl entire tlinap
liearantr uf kidney troubles.
He has ohserveil the sntue efhcl-t uf the
itter inly In some iu a much mure marked
mnnner upon nearly every one whom he
tins met at the Hprlnw.
IHHIT. II. HI'TTtiN.
JmiCilUillnitttutiaitliu AuHiist. IhkH,
and refined culture ol LMrln and voiuilt ladies, this Insiit iiiin.i ,... , u,:, :., ii.:u
1'UOI II. Ii. ATKINS, A.
A Lately In H011II1 Carolina Write hi
My latior was shorter and less painful
than on two former occasions; physi
cians astonished; I thank you lir "Moth
er's Friend." it is worth its weight in
Write Brad field Kegulator Company,
Atlanta, Oil, for particulars. Hy all
Tho Foremost Cocoa of Europe
The Coming One of America.
vsukk rr.i cotrxKm
good roa TUB SRHVKS
The claims of cocoa as a
useful article of diet are stead
ily winning recognition. Un
like tea and coffee, it is not
only a stimulant but a nour
ishes and it has the great ad
vantage of leaving no narcotic
effects. Hence it is adapted
to general use. The strong
may take it with pleasure,
and the weak with impunity.
VaX llotTtTH'n Conu ("one triwl.
! yawl") hmvoi no injurion-i vlftt-l on
tlit nsrvtms lyMvia. It ! nt wundt r, ihorp
fors. tint la ll Min of thn world. tht
arihr Coctwi u recommended by metA
lent men lMieMJ ut ten. unii eotTVe r
other viteou or ehovuliiira lor diUlj
by cliiMmnur (luits), lulu ami -k, rn'h
and por. 'Irifft mI In llis atirltl." Ak
for V am tnVaiHt Ml. i-.iff.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGEHS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
c claim thut lht c haimera inv i-hvaN-r
than any oiher;arv dctiuhaldc, und liny
niiialH-r inn he tim tl (n r sti k ; Itiaiire n uni
form luirii of tobacco ; more tobucctt can lie
cured per bnrn ; ttdwuvo hriiiiia la tter phivn;
iIim-n not liruiM' ; stalk is not curetl, nivIuk
luel und time. Any barn can hv iimi). ham
pic scut with pamphlet tor A cent pontnue.
luipilrc fur them of your ntoreket k r r
auetil. If tin y dti not kttp the in aeud tti u.
rlt'c per 1 ,, wltli Nlleks, t.i.o
I'rlee iht i.ooo, limit it ul 4.50
Send i-aah with order, ur Knda mciiI C. II. !
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
II011M011, Halifax Cuiin(i V,
PATTTIfiW I,, flnnslna Hhne nr
vAUIIUii wnrrnnird, and rverr ntr
kua kin nHme nnd price ainninril on boll am
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CfNTLCMCN.
Fin Calf nn4 I.scf4 Watrrnronf Uraln.
Th airelti'm! stirl wrnrlnii qimlltlps nf ttiU hut
esnnot Ih Im'Hit ulinwn tlnuiii tlimtrtinK udurtf
nientaof It iliimMmhi nf ctinnUnt wesreri.
te.OO Urnnlnp llflndrivd, an elerrnnt sni
9 sI vllHli ilretw Mux nhk'k euiiim rutin lltwlf.
t l 00 Ilaiid-aiwe4 ll. A nut rail ko
litiiiiiinlliil fur at t lit atiil iliirnhllllv.
1 IM) onninmr urn
lit tU utidara drns)
O Hii.t, at n tmiiulnr prlii.
90.50 I'ailcrmnn'a rhn UMpfvlally adapted
w fur rnilrnail men, rarmrn, ei
Ail manr in i-iinaa, inuion ana iiarn,
$3 & $2 SHOES lafd,?8,
hnvp hrn muat fsvnrnhlr received nlnrt intnHhtml
and the rtfiiii iMipftivemfnta niak Uiuta aupsriur
o anv ahtM'a ali si thete itrlrra.
Aaa ymir Prah r. and If nn cannot supply ymi ttMid
direct ta fart or v rii.loaliif advurUaud vrit ur m
H i L. DULULAS, Breckteii Mint
VOH HAl.lt lV
WliAVEH tt MYISRS.
khisrv cniniuis of seven aeres will k oir ii
tiiii.lim.i!,,,. f'l.M.l i'.'i-.. '
11 v ,v" UWKT miLlu mt
F. ColKjic, Asheville, IS. C.
( I'urmrrljr of I.yinun & child ).
onicc No. 1 Legal Block.
Slricll a ItrokvniKc liiiHiuvM
l.tiiuia at-t iii-i'1v pl:ut-il nt H ,kt euit
liiiKliHli and 1 rcucli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS
Nn. 11 l-niiih llrunil Avium-.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
l I'nr tnnnv n un. A-., IM,- li in, u( ,n,
Vttiioii lntiliiu-. ittill iiuori'. I
AHNl.lr.l hv a c-t.a t.l i-oniK-iiu-iil tt-ai-liiiM.
Oi-.-r. ,1 1 v
BUGGIES, CAKHIAGkS, BLACKSMITHING.
Ti, the ritln-na i.f Aallrvllh' nn.l virlnllv I
wniil.l fimimiitei- Hint nt nn l,.,. .In 'nllt yi-
lnl. ii. xl I.. v Iliitrv'i lalii , I um Ik-i
U r ir. .,iri. llnui m r In . I . mirk tu nn line .
Wiiuon., IIiil:i.'ii'k mill Cii ri'in ni'i iiiiiiiiiiiu'I'
imii. KcpiiiiiiiK mill IliirHi'.hlMKHiu 4m. hn-.
i-ifiltim, mitt H-ili,i aiitiHlai'liiiii i:iijir:intri-il.
My niiikniiu mi -riiiKiii uml hkilllnlunU
my i-lmrKi-a lire inuiKi au.
"v-'.'l il II llI'MNHTTI!,
NHW lltllSli! MiWLV ia'NNISIIi:il
ALU MllliCKN IMI'KoVli.MKNTS.
MKJi. N. It. ATKINSON,
Nu. I'll lluyu-uuil Strilt.
U. F. 1. HRIGII T,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
UK. HAT TI.I-'S OI I'ICI'..
Vr the iin.lir.ifii.cl li.-ivi-lhi ilav iliaaulvi-,1
ptirliur-tiii l.v iiiiilual ,'iMiiHiii. All uliliua.
'"- H"t "llurwiw .r.iviiliil l..r will In- in. t
hy I. II. Wt-iivi-r. Anv iui-tniiii iln,. . inn.
arv iKiyulik- tu vlllu-r.
1 llli 7lll day nl May. Ih'io.
Tin- iiii,I.Iii;ti..I have (lux ilav hiraml
".nrln.r-lMii undi r tin- mum- ami nl VU- nt
"'""t fv ,M.vi-r, ii r un- iiiiioni- ui i-iiiiiIih-.
I a u tin- atliii- htciniMK in all Ita hnimlti-a, at
IlK-uld annul nl IIviiimk .V Wravvr, :m I'at.
lull IIV1IIIK-. (oil S . WHVIiH.
. , . . . J- NuKkl. MvKka.
Aalirvlllv, fiiiii-,1, lHiiii.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill India Smith uf Aaln illli, on A. A. S. I.'. K.
ivr M.-ntli $ un
IVr Wii-k ,,,
IHnnrr nml Tin I'aitiiaim um iliiy'Kiiiitiir,
TIiuh. A. .HorrlH, I'rop.,
aiirltl.lif Arilin, N. C.
Aahivllk, N. C, April II, 1MK.
I hr viiinttnt-ilil, hi-n-liiliirc oialiiiK
l-n the iiiiiliralk-ni'il, iiudi-r ihr linn name
nf I'ft.l.lAXI CO., la thlailaydlaaulvrd liy
millllul ii. il-ilil. Tin- dilila dm- hy anld lilill
will Ik-paid I, y l,aMin,i- I'litllani, nml the
ili'lua dm-to aaiilllim will he paid tn hlin,
nml llu- lai.imaa i-imiIiiiiii-I hy hlin,
I. A WKIi.Wli I'l I.I.IAM.
I. C. WAii;l.l..
Ti i Mil piilriina nf tlir ptiat :
I hail-llila ilav anhl mv Inn rial uml unuil
will in the liianianiT liiivaiNN , Aahi-vlllr tu
l.ilv.niii'i' I 'ii 1 1 1 ii i,i . uhu n imilhnir tlic
hlialniaa, I lu-aHiik Iur hlin n iiiiiliiiiiaiKi:
uf vmir iiatriiiniMv,
I. C. WAIHilil.l..
Apply lu ll iIiiiIiik the Imiiliilliu wii-k lu
n ut tin- Kui'k (.marry un the oppualtr aide
nl' tin rlvrr, mar tin- Irun Inlduc, nml the
MM! TltNltMIINT llllt'HIIH
mill liy. A kuuiI ruck limn can gvt a Ii Br
itain. NATT ATKINSON & SON.
.illaL .'a- '---.UaU'.. I'