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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knee, and was cured aouni)
and well with two and a half buttles ol
B. 8. B. Other blood medicines bad full
d to do me any good.
Wili 0. Beaty, Yorkvffle, 8. 0.
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and llirco
bottles of 8. 8. B. oured me perma
nently. Wai.lacb Mann,
Mannvilki, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Diseases
Bwirr Bfbcifio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
MRS, M. F. FIT6H, M. D
ACCOUCHEUR AND GYNAECOLOGIST.
NO. 0. SPRUCB ST., ASHKVILLB, N. C.
N. B. Non-re.idcntpntlcntHrNrni.bcd with
flret class room., board and professional
A. H. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM
office Over J. H. Law' Store, South Main
" With a-as Sue,
Pllllne- with .llrer or amaiff.ni....ooc. to7fic.
" " gold....- Sl.ooand upward.
Met of teeth ().()().
Beit set of teeth 8.0u.
No better made, no matter what Jfou pay
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, N. C.
Will practice in the 10th and 13th Judicial
IMstrict. of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Loin ana inc rcumti v-nui i w uk
Thso. P. Davidson, Thos. A. Joss.,
Kaleigh. Ja. O. martin, Asrevuic.
WJAVIDSON, MARTIN at JONES,
Attorni ys and Counsellor, at Law,
Aaheetlle. N. C.
Wilt practice in the 11th and 12th Judicial
District., and In the Supreme Court uf North
Carolina, and In the Fcdcrnl Court, of the
Wctern District oi isorcn Carolina.
Refer to Bank of A.heville. dtael
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specification, and eatlmatc. fur-
eusnea. ah worn id my on mnnw
and no charge, for drawing, on contract.
- - k . Julml
Office: No. 12 Hendry Block, North Court
oquarc, Aencvuic, r. gu'wij
. II. RBKVBS, D.D.t. R. K. SMITH, D. D.S.
Dr. RecTea A Stultb.
In Citnnalljr auiiainii, over Redwood's Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
anit-sthclic, and all cases of Irregularity en
. RAMSAY, D. D.S.
In Barnard Bnildln Entrances, Patton
Avenue and Main ritrcct.
J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice in the city and surrounding
ufnee at W. P. Blantun St Co.'s stalile, 70
South Main street. apri
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
r. o. bos .
THB LARGEST AND BBST BUl'IITBD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIE
H. C. Wollcreck & Co
CONSIILTINO CIISMI.T AND HININ0 SNIIINSSSS.
Analyses of Metals, Ores, Coal or tose.Min
nil naivn, . ...
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mtnlnir property lnve.tlg.ted, developed.
bouajnt ana sold.
amptas can be sent by mall or eprr.s. If
- .. k.M m.ial ha nretiatd.
V. L I' J cnm, n- . .
Agents wanted In every placs.
DR. R. C. WOLTCRBCK,
novS dwlj Manager.
t9ct)e -WW as w ll
J'":.' .i rv aesrn
t twins resuujoh ca atlwabk
list a a m -saw I at soasa uUlaakiat sa-an-t a
xplealn or taking fire. Set that yon
g st the isfiMin. For aalt by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
.airatvi t.f . m. e.
SHIT OF GUI
Stories ol Starvation From the
Central Part ol Africa.
Last Year the British Destroyed
Xn Order to Cripple ths Dervishes, With
Whom They Are at War No Indemnity
Allowed-Ths Hsavy Yoke of ths Brit
ish on ths Neoh. of ths Egyptians Ma
Light Burden Sadly Oppressed.
Wilmington, 0., July 10. Apropos
of ths stories of starvation in the Sou
dan, aa related recently, a gentleman
here baa reoeived a letter on the subject
from an officer high in authority under
the Egyptian government. The writer
is an Egyptian of exceptional education
and intelligence. He complains bitterly
of the manner in which the campaign in
the Soudan has been conducted by the
English. An extract from the letter
'The troops last year were ordered to
destroy all the crops on the banks of the
river as far as Toski, in ordor to cripple
the dervishes by removing their chances
of food snpply. The owners of the
crops, who were poor men, received no
indemnity for me loss ol tnetr crops,
and if any applied for relief to the un
der officers they were charged with in
triguing with the dervishes, and threat
ened with imprisonment if any further
oou) plaints wore beard from them. A
irocluiuatiuu was uiaue, Dy untun or-
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the dorvishes should sudor heavy penal
ties. The aocount of the fighting in
the Soudau which were allowed to be
sent to the Dress are. some of them, mis
leading and ridioulous. When Bnglana
was ooenpied by the British, with two
black battalions, a cablegram was sent
to England treating the affair as though
a great victory uau ueen accumpiwuou.
The fact of it is Baglana is is misera
ble small village of about fifteen huts,
and was never occupied by the enemy at
all. Mr. Stanhope in the British house
of commons, stales that the troops in
Nubia are serving to protect the Egyp
tian people from being massacred by the
"A dervish is a religions monk to Mo
hammedans as a uriest is to the Chris
tiana, and would do uo harm to those of
bis religion. Uen. Oreenfell ordered a
fores of men to be stationed at Abu
Sinibel to protect the temple ruins there
aeainxt ths dorvunss. itus snowed
his ignorance, for the dervishes have
never anemptea to ueeiroy me monu
ments even in the oouutrv which they
hold. Gen. Oreenfell would have dona
better had ha ordered the crow of the
poor loyal people to remain. On ao
oount of the low Nile in recant years
the crops have been short, and the poor
fellahs have not been able to pay their
debU and taxes. Mr. Stanhope save
that Egypt baa prospered wonderfully
during the time England baa occupied
ths country. This is not true, ao far aa
the Egyptians themselves are concerned.
The debt of the country has been in
creased about fill.UpO.Oou. notwithstand
ing the showiug made before the house
"Many hundreds of natives employes
in the several o Sires in Egypt wsre re
moved on tho score of economy, bnt they
were replaced by a tew t-ngluu em
ployes, who were paid ten fold the sal
ary of the dleharutil men. There wsre
nluuuoe on Exvutiu the time of Muses.
but the nlumio on Eirvot now is the
presence of the English in the country.
They are putting a heavy yoke on ths
n-oks oi (lie Egyptians, ana parnaps
they nii an to treat them aa the Egyp
tiana treated the Israelites. The condi
tion of thn fellahs is not lmnrorad over
that of firmer years, and whatever
money is made from the oountry goes to
swell the ooM'ers of the English.
The ofllcpr who writes the letter was
educated when a buy by an American,
and is a shrewd and observant man, ani
has been decorated by his government
with numerous meuais.
HE SMOKED CIGARETTES.
Asa Ha.ult Tea Asres of Bay Wsre De
stroyed by Fire.
Cari.ihix, Pa., July 10. David
8tati (Tor, living near Hngrrstowa, was
frightfully burned Monday afternoon In
a singulnr manner, and will probably
die. Stauifer, while crossing field of
new-niown hiy, lightod a cigarette. Ha
held the match in his lingers until It
burned them and be was obliged to let
it drop on some dry hay.
Tho Are spread rapidly, and Stanffer
fought the Ore until be was exhausted
and became anooneoious, remaining in
that condition for several hours. lie
waa terribly bnrned aliout the head and
body, as was also his mother, who with
neighbors rnu to bis assistance.
About ten acres of hay were destroyed
but by putting a couple of horse rakes
in the Held and clearing the ptth of the
fire of the dry hay it was gotten under
WAS AFRAID Of BANKS.
Aa Illinois r.rmar lias St, 100 Stoles
Which Os K.pl la a Maura.
Joijet, 111., July 10. One thousand
on hundred dollars In gold was stolen
from Mr. Drieiuiller, of Lockport, Hun
day night. Drlemiller waa afraid to
trust his money to banks and waa also
afraid to invest It ror roar oi losing n.
He keot his gold conoealed In a tin
buuket hung in tha oistern, the opening
of which was inside tha house, when
DriemiUer took a peep Monday morn-
rny to see II the tmoiel or gum nung in
rts piece na saw it was gone, i us uurg
lara laf t no trace.
Two Fanple fluraad to Death.
Kiist N. H.. July I0.-A special to
The Tribune from westrldge says
While W. E. Wether bee was at church
on Sunday his bouse took Are by the
overturning of an oil stove. Tha only
ooouruints at the time were a Mrs. Hues
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ana Mr. wuinerooea yiniiiu;mi cuuu.
The flumes Ignited the child s dress and
It waa burned to dsath. In attempting
to save ths child Mrs. Hnse was ao se
verely burned that she died.
Bomkh, Mich., July 10. Byron Ange
vene, a farmer living four miles esM of
US village, instantly, aiueti a uurgiar
who had broken Into his hooso Monday
morning. The burglar was about W
years old, short In stature and wore a
One nndred and lslr-ad Day.
In ths senate The eoufursnes report on
ths diploiuatlo ami con. alar bill was
agreed to, A motion to onnslder tli 'tariff
bill was defeated. yeas 10, nays M. Ths
hipping sutisldy bills wsre Mntured,
The oonferenas report on ths sllrsr bill
Was beard. Ths federal election bill rams
ovsr and was ssid on the table. After a
brisf exstmtlvs session the senate at J:40
n. m. ailiniirnsd.
In the hoime A esll was nerawary to
get a quorum. A Joint resolution wss
offsrsd for ths recall of a oertain land bill
sent to the nriuent, but flnsllr with
drawn, ths Democrats refusing to rots.
Senate bills to ferfelt certain land grants
was oonsldsml uutil I p. Mi., when
.. I'aclAe Collide
Two Train, on t-
on a Trestle.
Vkmi'LK. Oil. Julv I). A fatal wreck
occurred on a trestle near this place, be
tween a construction train ana a ireignt
train, and Engineer McCune, of the
freight train, was killed, and the engi
neer of the construction train, whose
name could not be learned, was injured
so liadly that it is thought be will die.
The freight waa on schedule time, and
iiaaaeiigcrs auy that it was nagged, Dut
the engineer did not heed the waruiug
of the approaching construction train,
nutcalleil out to the nagman, saying,
"I've got my orders. The track is mine.
1 nm on time, and they will have to clear
ii lieu die two heavy engines collided
on the trestle, McCune waa instantly
killed, and both engines demolished.
Tho wreck cnused a delay of nearly
twelve hours in the paswnger train due
in Atlanta at 2 o'clock. Strange to say,
this train nlxo had an accident, making
two on the same schedule and the same
road. All the panning'' rs and baggage
nan been triinxrorrvd, ana tne train was
hacked to Hull rlminiTH. when the engine
juiiiied the track on the switch, and
could not be gotten on again.
Another engine was telegraphed for,
at Atlanta. This engine arrived soon,
pulled the ilerailiMl engine on tne traca,
and, getting things in shape, returned to
Atlanta. It was an "oil day" for the
Ualnsavllle will I nl.'i lulu the Hoclety for
Oainrmvii.i.k. tiu.. July 9. The Oeor-
gia State Drnlal society is in session in
this city, nnrt win continue inree aays.
The oin'iiing exercises tixix place in tne
Hiinerlnr court room, at 10 o'clock. 0 m.
the aiUlretw uf welcome was made by
Mayor Oeorge K. Looper.
At .1 o'i link tho ginwU wore driven
over thn citv. and to the mineral springs.
At H:!KI Dr. It. II. CntchinKN delivered an
address iu Hie court house Ix'fore the
Hocietr and the ritins of Gainesville.
His subject was, "The Teeth and Dental
'lliiirsilnv. at H:M) n. in., there will be
a leisure fv Dr. William II. Atkinson,
of New York. Subject, "The Microbe
Friday, nt p. m., a banquet win no
given to the ladies nnd gentlemen of the
Dental society, at the Arlington.
Saturiliiy. at it a. m., an excursion to
the Niagara of the south Tallulah Falls
will be given. A special train has been
nrov (led for. anil an tne arrangements
Mrfocteil. It is hoped that this will be
the most en joyable trip ever made to the
falls. A is-rfiH t feast Is in store for that
day. As is well known, Gainesville is
nroiitl of her miests. and opens wide her
gales 10 tne nonomiue proiowiun, aim
nothing will lie left undone that will
tend to make each and every one feel
that "Wellcome" is our wntcliword.
PASSED THKOUGH ATLANTA,
Mia. Winnie Davl. did not let Her Arrival
or Known lo ths Public.
Iti ivti fin.. Julv 9. The daughter
of the Confederacy jiaaiicd through At-
IniiUi on her wnv to lieauroir, her home.
Nlu arrived iii New York on her return
from Europe several days ago, but waa
so fatigued at her long and tiresome
journey that she acted wisely in stopping
to rest for short time. She Marled
south as soon as she was physically able.
Very few mh!u in this city know slio
was coming, and s'rhnis it was her do
sire to pans through without any mani
festation on tne pan oi our peopio. "
has arrived nt nome.
WHAT FARMERS CAN DO.
ITIxn tlirrml bring out Klna Cells, and
I'rople KllJ.iy the K.hlblt.
(iniKKIN. On.. Julv 9. W. P. Walker
olTvml a priw of ! for trie nest colt
under one year old in niniiiing county,
ami to-duvVaa ai'iminted for the show.
Unite a nuiiils'r of line colta were forth-
iiniiiiiir for exhiliition. and after a care
ful insertion the juiigi-s awaniea ine
iri to W. V. Wise, who showed one of
he finest n-montlueolil colts aver seen in
This il nstrates what farmers ran
do if Ibev will only try. It is claimed
that na tine stuck can be raised In Uoor-
gia as any where.
OUT OF POLITIC8.
A Meeting of Alllaneeenea In Reconsider
Giiikkin. (in.. July 9. HimMiiiH coun
Iv Alliani ciii. il iisnemlileil here to reoin
aider ull fiiilorsfiiieiilk for caiidiilatea.
and litter it full and free discussion of
the political slliiallnii in tho cungroe
kionnl and county elections, declined to
takasny sililicaf acilon w lialever, lenv
ing any ami nil Mrsons to run for ofllce
who divlni to no mi,
The t anipalgn In A la In. ma.
EtTAt'l.A, Ala., July v. 1 lie campaign
onened wilha urMnil.old-fatliionedllem'
ocratir rally ami Imbecile here, which
was enjiiyisl by nil. Hon. Thomas (1.
Jones. Ilic nominee for governor, mado
a line sN-e'li. haienil others s.ike, and
all were roundly applauded. After the
sia-ech innking. innies were spread, and
tho niilliliiile pitched into the dosen
Istrliecuisl cows, hogs aiid sheep pro
pansl for the svasion. After feasting
and tisuling I he Mast, the candidate
took the iirtcrnonii tram for I layton,
where tbev w ill s ak to the gissl people
of that town, mill promise so-aud-sn if
thev areehs'ted. I'lilitii-s is great thing,
and politicians snow it.
The Walermrloa K.rhnnge Hu.is.mlfc
ATI.AKTV. I la.. July . The (leorgla
Melon exchange bos stisiNMideil. In cor-
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tuin iiiisiitas cin-iea i. aim a .urprise
1imI.I..i I.. .i-niMl .ie Miiva It a., flit., fln .
great extent, to I he action of the agents
of the eM'linngn through the north and
wcvt In Ihiling lo honor drafts for mel
ons sliiiil them, ther giving as a reason
the Inferior iUnlllv of nonieof the mel
ons iiinsigmsl lo llieiii. lie aavs the ex-
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the growers, ami he Is autlslloil tlint the
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New I're.lilrn, Klerlnl.
ClIAHMlTTK. N. t'.. Julv 0. Rev. M. K,
Dixon. D. II.. now niipcrintetiiletit of Ox
fonl i.M.iMiiih'l Oriiluiii asylum, has been
i.li. tisl ! Idcl'l of (Ini'lislmio Kcinnle
l,ii'eeil the Inle Kr, 1), M.
Tliei l ' loinifll or .Macon, (la,, has
iwswsl no ..nliimiiiti preventing femalra
from eut in.; Istr nsmis, anil makes bar
kixper. and Miiployma artlceps,
Mesleaa Mlns Dl.ta.ler.
Cm op Mxxuxi, Jnly 10. Dlspatrkea
reoatvad hers Monday report a fktal ss
alosio la La Cstransa aUvar mine, la
Paohu , atata of Illilalgo, on Buaday
night, lit which nine men were aerionaly
jurea and two killed. Of those io
iurad several nave atiioa dlsd, and ft la
reared two others aantiot recover. Tha
explosion occurred while tha minors
Wore lepping a oisss.
Arches Plead. Callcy.
BALTtMoMi, Ally 10. Ex-State Treaa
nrar Aroher eatna Into court. Dlraded
guilty to eharge of ambeaiismsnt ei
tne ranae OS sue nmvm, ana woe new
taooaA to five rears In tha entteatUrr.
The soAdtm and nneipaoted ending oi
)ha easa as used oonsld.rable ooumutlon
REFUSED TO SIGN.
lonltlana's CteTejrnor Yetoei the
Sets Forth Hto Reasons
Por 80 Doing.
Be Say. If ths am Becomes a Law II
Would Not Only Itself Header the State
Inramuns, But Plunge It Into an Bra of
Vnpaj'ii Haled Corruption, and Tamth
It. Mnr.l ' Forever.
Baton Howie, La., July 10. Oov-
era or Nicholls returned to the houaa the
lattery Ml without his approval. The
aahjoined la bis vetoi
To the Honorable, the Speaker and Mem
bers of ths Houss of luprsseutatlveai
Gin TLffMBN I have had under consider
ation a hill whioh originated in ths bouse
of representatives entitled "An sot pro
viding for the subndsslon to the .lector,
of the state for adoption or rejection an
amendment to the const Itutiou of (he
state by inserting therein an article on
levees, schools, ohaiities, pensions, drain
age, lotteries, and general fund," which I
return to your honorable body without
my approval and signature, ami lh the
following as my objections thereto:
In ths message whioh I submitted to ths
general aasemhlv at ths opening of the
present session, I referred at spmt length,
and by anticipation, to a measure which
I tklt aatl'fled would be placed before It
for eonsldsratioa n attempt eo the part
pf the lottery oompajjy to extend or renew
lla charter. I aaslgued various rsssena
why a proposition looking to ths realisa
tion In any shape of a lottery sbooJd be
Instantly rejected, and why a legalisation
at the time, and In ths manner and form
la whioh It would undoubtedly b sought
,to be brought before it, would be fraught
with danger and disaster.
I warned ths general assembly aa to
what. In my opinion, would be ths Inevit
able result of such Isgsllsatlon not only
upon the material welfare and prosperity
at our people, but upon their social and
Eolitloal condition! and not only npon ths
onor and good nams, but upon ths peace
of ths slate.
I waa not In error as to the bringing
forward of a proposition for lottery priv
ileges. The bill whioh has been submit
ted to me for executive approval, and
which I now return, evidenoes that tact,
and ths conclusion, reached upon it up to
ths present time by the general assembly.
It beosmee sow my duty to urge, by way
of sxeoutlve objection, what I have here
tofore org) d under Article 71 of the con
stitution, by way of sxeoutlve counsel.
Taking up that portion of my meessge al
luded to which bad referenoe to the lot
tery question generally, I make it part of
this, my present message, and tits reasons
therein brought forward against a favora
ble consideration of any lottery proposi
tion arc now presented as dlreot objections
muds by me to the bill presented to me.
My views aa heretofore expressed not
only remain unchanged, bnt my convic
tion ess deepened sua strengthened dar
ing tbs session of ths general ssssmbly.
tf In the discussion of this lottery ques
tion la my first message I failed t do su
In connection with ths Anauolsl roudlr.lop
Of the state. It is because, In my opinion,
In point of fact, there woe no occasion for
Tha perslHteut efforts w Men have Ih-i-u
auda to present Louisiana as a pauper,
SDsble by and through bur own legitimate
resources to sustain and carry out ths
duties of her statehood, are utterly with
out foundation. Tbs reports of the treas
urer and auditor of the elate show this.
Ths reports of ths board of stuts engineers
show this. The reports of ths board of
edmlulatrntiira of tha various charltnbls
aad educational and other publlo institu
tions, and tlesM of the various committees
of this ver) iiera.l assembly seut to ex
amine Into the situation and (rendition of
these Uwltiitlooe, all show thai ths state
aod ths dtlToreat parishes of till, state
were asvsr siuee the late wsr iu better
condition than they are to-dsy moving
forward to an era of assured prosperity.
Suddenly the dark shadow uf s deep dis
grace Is thrown eoroas tbsir psth, aud ths
honor of Loutslaua, maintained fa ths
past on the field and In ths council by
the patriotism aud the valor and tbssacri
noes of her sons, living and denrl, Is to be
tarnished forever, her position among her
sister states to be tested, not by what she
has been exalted aod Juatly proud but
la tha duct, as the degensrsts partner In
a gsmbllng corporation, designed, organ
ised and to be carried out not for her good
or her advancement, but, as I hsre haters
sold, for lbs personal and selfish lot. rust,
of a bandlul of men, many of them con
nected with the darkest day. ol the recon
Who arc the six unnamed men, who are
to Join with a seventh and known one, to
ecoetitute the new lottery oompaiiyf
Mow con tea It that we are not Informed ss
to thslr Identity, and enabled to know
their anlercdeiiu aud Ox their records f
There is a world of meaning in that
silence. In ths most trifling aflnlr. uf life
men seek to know with whom they deal.
Hew comes II that In a matter of this Im
portance the geuersl assembly has been
willing np to now to olnse Its syes and
movs blludly In the dsrk F
I call npon It to pause brfors It takes
Anally th.l slsp aud pluuges this state
Into untold trouble. Is there nothing
significant In tha vote by whli u this bill
hoe passed f The exact two-tlilrd. vote In
each bouse, and nothing deeply algnlfl
esnt In twelve of the vote, in the houss
and four of the votes in ths senate by
which that exact majority wss reached 1
la not tha future foreshadowed f To ma
It most certainly Is.
I ssf to tills general aasstnhly In all
earnestness that should this measure be
psased we will enter upon a period ef
strife suck as has nsvsr bcea seen before
la Louisiana, and should this contem
plated corruption ever be to road upon us
aa area of corruption and degradation be
sides which the sra of reooo.tructlon will
an Dear as one of honor and happiness.
And let me any to yon that should this
measure be siinpted and carried out, In
my opinion no good will ever ooms of ths
money which we will receive as ths prios of
eur honor nnd liberty. Kitravsgance,
Rrefllgnoy slid corruption will assuredly
illow I lie rnrelpt as night follows ths
I feel thoroughly ssil.fledthst the efTent
sflhesdopllon of the measure will be
hat, while the six mm tax wmiia oe xspt
up there will be an Immediate falling off
In tha leitislntlvs appropriation, for char
itable and other purposes for which this
money will hare been directed as be ap
plied, and a wondruue corresponding In
crease of ths application of ths general
fund lo ths paymsnt of the Interest-usar-
In a- debt.
1 believe llist avsry poeslblsoutsWudlug
Valia against tha state, valid or Inveekl,
xsvw rated as sots of payment by tha, state
er otherwise, will be drat dsprSalAAed,
gad, while as depreciated, akirifistty
bought up, to be, by aubaMuant ln
famous legislation, rcoogrOfet and pra
med toe, either through a ftfadlag epera
Hoa or otherwise, and that lbs reduction
ca one aide will be fefiowed by an mora
aa the ether.
In other words, I believe the al ths end
af tweotr-Ovs rears are will act only find
eeaeMtoMeoal bends outstanding to the
acmes limit of the funding law, but I
believe there will be ao additional lav
taense Interest-baoiing debt, whioh by
chat time will have been ackaowlodged
aad p so vtded for as to Interest bkt aot aa
sa sasludi aad that la those rweety-nve
rtoat vast eui.uol e lartst wJJI. kaye
The Fcmnlc Collccc. with its smiciotis'wcirfurnishcd hiiiltlinus. cool, well sluiilcil,
for the entcrtninmcnt of bonnlrrs froiiinow until BcptcmlKT 1st. Terms given on
of ngc not admitted.
Aa a school lor the thorough education
section of the country. It lurnishca rnrc
comfort found in an elegant home. Charges are low for the fine ndviintniies given. For catalngiic or any information
been paid out unnecessarily, improperly
In wlmso hands those Interest-bearing
bonds will be found time will develop.
At the end of twenty-live years there
will be the sume claim of poverty In Loh
islsua, and tho name claim on its behalf
for ths coutiimed existence of the lottery.
So far as the claim for ths necessity of ths
present measiirt Is sought to be p real ca ted
upon the assumed condition of the poverty
of Louisiana, I, a. Its governor, pronounce
it totally without tustlnostlau or warrant.
Sums other motive tor this measure must
be found thnn that her peoplu arc unable
honorably to carry out the duties of stute
hood. Knowing t his meant re ss I do, aa
oos dishonoring and degrading Loutslaua,
It has met, as It will continue to meet, my
At no time and miller no circumstances
will 1 penult oue of my hands to aid in
disregarding what the other was lost In
seeking to uphold the honor of'my native
state. Were 1 to auuox my signature to
the bill, I would indejd be ashamed to let
my left band know what my right hand
I place the honor of the state above
mousy, aud In expressing that suntlinant
I sincerely voice that of thousands ol
brars aud true n en, of good and devout
women of tuo state. Very respectfully,
i uancis T. Mc UOLLS,
liovoruor of Louisiana,
Mr. Shamuck iutroducod a resolution
that, inasmuch as thorn was aoiuu uues-
tioii as to the constitutional right of tha
governor to veto the amendment, he
moved that further consideration of the
question be made the spwinl ordor of
tho day for 8 o'clock Tuesday, July 8.
ONE WAY TO DO IT.
Editor rirkett'e Views uf Dow to Hulve
the Negro Problem.
Ciucaoo, July 10. A. 11. Pickett, ed
itor of The Memphis Avalanche, who is
now here, talks freely of the ituatiun
In the south as regards the negro.
"The negro question is the paramount
issue," ssid lie. "We don't care fur the
taiif . There Is only one way the negro
question can be settled, and thut Is by
disfranchisement Disfranchise the ne
gro and the south will be oontent, but
not until then, for we will not submit
to negro rule. The greatest outrage
aver perpetrated in this oountry was the
giving ol tne irancuiae to tuo uiaoka.
'ATOUtue ana aiscomeui nave reigriea
ever eiBoe, and will continue to reign ao
long aa the negro has a baud In txilltlcs.
AJTthe whites of the south, Republi
cans aa wull as Douiuorata, recognise
this, and iu every local or arute election
vote the uemoorano ticxet. it s a mat
ter of self-preservation with ns, aud. wa
dont Intend to bv crushed. This election
law may be passed by oongrees, bnt II
will be no good. Just how we shall
evade It we iTuu't know vet, bnt we will
And a way if it lie passed. We lav to
a oertain extent catered to northern
opinion aud given the negroes a show,
but they abused it. Over Iu Crittonden
oounty, Ark., fur Instance, the whites,
who are outnumbered eighteen to one
by the negroee, gave the blacks freo
reign for a tiuus allowing theiu to elect
their own mon to every public office
axonpt that of sheriff. They got the
juugunui win (, vt'u,vr n llllAVi
The occuiant of the former was Ignor
ant and the lntler Umuki the Bnaooei
of (he oounty got Into bad thane and
when at Inst the negroes demanded the
sheriffs oOlcu tlie whites ruee, took the
ringleadere of the blacks, put fliera fn a
skill on the Mississippi ana llwved them
off. Then they announced that a now
election was to be held and since theu
they have ruu things to suit themselves,
If the negroes coull tie Ui.frsuohls.si we
would willingly relinquish whatever
congressional fflpresuntation their num
Is this disfranchisement Idea wide
"Indeed It Is. You do nut hear ao
much of It because the time is not rl))
to secure definite sotiou, but the tUne
will come, slid when a straw la uffived
for ua to clutch nt thoro will be suoh a
olnumr In iic tuvor as will astonish you.
We have I hi1 Australian ballot sy.toiu In
Memphis, iind through it many negroes,
nut Irnlmt utile to leud, are prevuiiUsl
from voting, but that ana other moans
are only exiHilieuts and amount to
little. The negro is there and is a
menace. Wlint will help u Is the Influx
of northern capital. We have much uf
it now but we want more. Tho negro,
being tho wvnker nice, will be crowded
aoutu into Meioo, we )iu)hv"
WOULD BE A 000D BOARDER.
A Paughkeen.lc Man Who I. l.l.lug en a
Vary Light lllel,
roi'iniKKKPHiK, N. Y,, July 10. Dr.
Charles K. Unrl w. u dentist of this
eity, has taken no fissl of nuy kind ex
cept a glass of milk or a cup uf odfeo
each day for ovor furf-live days, Wh.in
ha Isvsn fluffing In wi ighed 440 pounds
and tnensunsl forty-niiii' iuulies around
ths Is sly. He now weighs All rsmmls,
and bis Issly meitsutvuteiit is tlilrty-six
At the end of forty-flvo days the doc
tor was rea l)' to eat something subttnn
tlal, but his ap'tlle failed, and has not
returned, lie says he feels well and
has worked every i lay since the fsst. Hit
entire fisid yesterday consisted of a glass
of n i Ilk iiml a plnlu of ice cream, lie it
about 40 years old, and iipivara to be lu
tha best of health.
Big fire st Bvsn.vllla, Indiana.
IvAiwvii l.lt, July 10. - Tha Ann
strong furniture factory and Knlm,
Ouodwiu At (.'oinjMiny s stove works
were burned Monday. Lues, $170,000.
nnd rclmcd culture ol eirls nnd voting indies,
lulvuntaircs in Music, Ai t, Liingtiiigc,
rKUFi li. ATKINS, a.
A I.Htly Iu Month C'iiruliili;wriU'Hi
My tabor was shorter aud less painful
Ulan on two former occasions; physi
cians nstonished : I thank you for ".Mo til
er's Friend." It is worth its weight in
Write Ilrntlficld Regulator Comptiny,
Atlanta, Oa., lor particulars. Ily all
The nnsi.n RAHAM'8
MICKlillli Kll.l.i:K is
tlie nmsl woniU-rliil illeil
ieiiic, is Is'eiiuse It lins
never faili'il in nuy in
stance, no mailer what
the ilisensc, I'rum l.lil'
KHSV to the simplest
disease known totllcliu
Tliv Neieittille men of
to-ilny e I u 1 tn iiml
prove that evvr Uis
Caused by Microbe),
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Itxtrmiinntt'S tlir Mierolics mill ilrivr. llii-m
out ol llle s.vwUnl, and when tllllt is ilolle
you cnniiut have an aehe or ,iiimi. No mut
ter what the ilisensc, wlKlhcr a simple case
ol' Malaria l-'ever or a eomliiniilion ol' ilis
enses, wc cure tliem nil nl Ilic stitne time, as
we treat all iliscases coiisliiitlioi ully.
Asthma, CoHstimiti'tin, Ciilurili, Itnm
chilis, A'it'iiM.-u.M", Kiilncy unit Liver
IHsense, Cliills iiml I'vvvr, 'cm.'ic
Trnnhhn, in nil it onus, unit, in liivt,
everv Disease known lo the lluniun
BEWARE OF FIIAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Kit that our Traile-.Mark (sainv us above)
aiiK'ura oil vatli jiiii
Oeml for book "History of tliv Microla'
Killer," tliven away liy
J. 8. GRANT, I'll...,
Sole Agent, Asheville, N. C.
Paic( jtr.oMOia. Lew Htn
Kiir '"in.. -r tt'-.k lletw'fii
DLHOIT, iV.ACKI'VAC ISLAND
I'tfiaMMvy. f tttit ft fU i. and Lake
)liirri W iv Prll.
Rvry Wr"k Day Iitwrn
DETcUir AND CLEVELAND
f-r.i,l iitt;. Tt(ilmi f Jil'o. J. ly, AutfiaM iilf4.
rtU'lH' Tl' v tt.li llfl'WPsMI
Cti'OAaa AN!) ST, JOSEPH. MICH.
f I '.I 'ITH ATC 1 PA f. PH LT?
tiiti ta . I li."tirM 't Tl "".' a wiH li ' IjU U
IL; '1'lra . J III. tr rtitl f .
I .. !,'Cl'.,;v, (1. u. A . Of t:n. V,..
O-t'ttt nnri Cia)untl tttsnm N.tv. Oo.
PATTTfAU V' nnnfflna fhori r
vAUilUil wnrrnnlrd. nml rrr pnlr
lina kU mm mi mitt prit-v tnmiM'd on buitania
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMKM.
Fin Culf anal l.nrrtl XVmrrpronf Ontln
Thf iorllrtiri anrl wrarlnt qunllilranf thin ah
rmmut l iK tirr nhowti than iit lliraironit Mi4ur
menu nt H thiniaaiitla of coimtitiit wi'an ra,
tfS.OO llrnnlnf llnrt-rwt., n Hrpranl and
AO0 Ilnn4-awrd WM. A fi no rail kuu
uniiailri fur at) l and durability.
99B0 Onntli-mr Writ la tu laiitlutl drtM
e. Rii unn in'saj miiih' wiiu'O coiiininniin iiwu.
nnnrrnr pii la i
Hh.Mt ail at tuiiitilar nrlnn.
tl. BO rnllrrmnn'i Hhni In Mnrrlall idptc4
W for railroad mm. rarmrra, rio.
All nirvh' in tNinitrpaa, Huilnn ud Uoa.
$3 & $2 SHOES ld0,
havai hfrn moat fa font hiy rrrt Ifrvt ninrr tntmdurmi
and I ha rtfi-nt Imnrnvpnifnia makf) liieia upttrlur
tu nv ihoft auld Hi thrar prlira.
Aaa rour Pralnr, ami If ha ran not tnpptf ton tMnd
dlrtvt tn fartory KitrliHUug aVlvtrtUHKl prfM, or
I'OH HA1.lt tlV
WEAVER & MYERS.
7t (if I
grassy campus of seven ncrcs, will Ik; oik-ii
application. Ctiihlrvii under lillcvn yenrs
tins institution u.is no superior in tins
Literature iiml Science. I'upils have every
a-, loiickc, amiicyuic, .
( formerly of Lyman Si Child),
Ofllce No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIiichei
l.onns securely lilawil nt H ocr cent.
liiigliiili and x-'reiicb
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,?
No. 4u I-'rcnch iiruad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
( Ifur tunny yt nrtt A-HM-Jatc I'riiiclpftl of Mt.
Verm hi liiiiuiu-, MiiHiinurt'.)
ANtfiHlrd Ity u curw ut' com,RuUiit teucber.
tlct-n tl l v
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To tin citirt'tw of Aotu'vlllc nrni vicinity I
would iiiitimim-t- tluit at uiv ltom oiKJollt-Kc
utm t, lu xt to WiMiilliury'N MtiihU-n, 1 nm Int
ttr irt iiiritl than ever to tlo work in my line.
WiiutiitM, IttiKuiiH nml Citrriiium matiufact
urttl. KcpiuriMK nml htrMtliiK'tnti nre mn
t'ialtkn, ami irniut ntititiiutiin uunrantit'd.
My work men niv vxjm ritnvttl uiiti ttkilllulund
my cluirntn urv in ode rule.
novlilt il R. ni'KNKTTK.
ni:v iiuisin MiWLY rLKNisni;u
ALL .MoDKKN IMTKOVUMUNTS.
MRS. N. II. ATKINSON)
No. I'll liny wood Street.
II. F. 1. HRIC.IIT,
'.IFE AND ACCIOENT INSURANCE
lilt. IIATTI.E'8 OFFICK.
We t lie unlersiiH'il liavetltls day ilissolvcil
iarliu-rliii l.y litiitiiul eoiisi-iil. All ohliuii
lions not otherwise trovitlcil lor will I met
l.v .1. II. VVcaicr. Any nccuiiiiLs due the linn
are imyatilc tu either.
Tills Ttll ilay of Mu.v. IMio.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
HI miles Hoiilli of Asheville, on A. & 8. K. K.
I'er Moaili Kino
I'er Week lil IHI
lilanvr ami Ten I'artles on uncUny'snotice,
TIium. A. Morris), Prop.,
nprliiiltf Arilrs, N. C.
Asheville, N. C, April 11, Ihnu.
The eojinrtncrsliip lien-tiirorc ealstlna lie
tween the unilerslyueil, umlrr the Ann numc
of I'l'I.I.IAM i CI I.. I. thi. ilayilis.olvcd by
mutual con.cn t. The ilclit. line tiy anlil Ann
will lie luiiil hy l.nwrviiec I'ullinm, nnn the
ilclit. line tn saiil Arm w lit tw ftniil lu liiui,
anil tliv husiuisH contimttt! hy him.
li. C. WAIilMII.!..
To unr ui Irons of tlir iast:
I have this ilay solil my interest anil kiiimI
will In the Insurance Intslncss in Asheville tu
Lawrence Pallium, who will continue the
ItusliHsa, I liesH'iik tor him a eontinunnce
of vnur iialroniiKc.
tl, C. WAtililll.L,
mil l I il.'llicl
Aiily lu us ilurltiK the Incoiiiliig week lo
rent the Koch (Juarry on the opposite side
uf tliv river, mar the Irun briilur, and the
NINU TltNltMUNT IKHIHUb
near by. A noud rock man can get a bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
V-.- Tlu miiiir-otfiu-d have ihm day formtil it
j lit '5 1 I i'liv'r ,v Myt rtt, fur tlu pnrpoMC ol conduct
f I I I in Iht- film 1mimm in nil Ha tirnntiit-a, nt
n 4 fi l l lim'inii aiaiui ui lurria v ravvr,
,J,ciV I toll uvinuv. Imix II. W'KAVItH.
I J. sSoHKIt MVttM.
AMhrvillr, June O. IN'.mi.
,.. 4SSi'liiiW.iTWSSiSW.. .WSAL .