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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1890.
Nature should Dc
asilated In tic
spring to throw oil
the neavtnesi of
(he iluggiah winter
circulation of the
does It to well, so
prompt or so wifely
u BwUU Bpccitlo,
I hare uand B. S. 8. for a number of
yean, and consider It the best tonic and
blood remedy that I ever used, In fact
I would not attempt to enter upon u
spring or summer in this climate with
out it, H. W. COLBMAN,
Of Coleman, Ferguson & Co.,
Dade City, Flo,
Our book on Blot. and Bktn T)lschu
Swire Specific Co., Atlanta, Go,
MRS. M. F. FITGH, M. D
ACCOUCHEUR AND QYNAEC0L0QI8T.
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A. H. COBB,
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Law'. Store, South Main
" With a. nov.
filling with .liver or amnlrnm....nOc. lo7flc.
gold fl.ou and upward.
met or teetn i.iiii.
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No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, PC; c.
Will nractlce In the 10th and 12th Judicial
Itt.trict. of North Carolina and In the Su
preme Court and the Pedernl Court of the
We.tern IM.trict or North Carolina.
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Malelgh. JAB. o. MA. TIN. AMCVIIIC.
JJAVIHSON, MARTIN JONHS,
Attorney, and Counsellor, at Law,
A.hevlllc. N. C.
Will practice in the 11th and 12th Judidnl
tN.trlrta, and in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, of the
Wctern lll.incl oi norin Carolina.
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Architect and Contractor.
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ilud. All work in mv line contracted for,
auid ao charge, for drawing, on contract,
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tm ConaUy BunaiiiH, over Redwood'. Store,
forth ettracted without pain, with the dew
auuvathrtk, and all cue. of irrcgulnrlty Cor
". RAMSAY, Ll. U.S..
In ll.rnard Building Bntrancc.,
Avenue and Main Street,
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Office at W. P. nianton c Co.'. .table, 7(1
Viath Main street. aprl
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Mining property Inveatlgnted, developed,
bought and .old.
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Imposing Pageantry in the Streets
MEETING OF THE SUPREME LODGE
Tha Pnri.de Marshals 0,000 Men
and Is Koiir lloura In l'UHuhig.
Non-l'iiil'iuin liuliclit In Line.
FlourlHhlnit Condition of the Or
der Fltflit Over Local liiHuranuo.
Milwaukee, July 1 0. Unijuestion
ably the grumltmt procenaion, civic
or military, r-vnr seen in this city was
the Knights of PythluH pamde of uui
form rank and non-uniform knights,
that took place in Milwaukee yesterday
afternoon, starting a fnw iiilimtos aftr
4 o'clock. It took four hours for the
procession to pnss a given point It is
estimated that tint uniform rank men in
line numbered O.lHM, nearly every regi
ment in the United States and Canada
As the vast column moved down
Grand avenue and brigade after brigade
wheeled into line from the side streets,
a grander scene of glitteri g pageantry
could not well lie imagined, Through
the trees on that well ithaded avenue
bright plumes, glitt ring epmlettes,
shininz swih-iIh and other knightly uarit-
pheroalia glistened and danced in the
rays or tuu declining uay wun luouc
beautiful effect ami apiienred aa one
endless streaui of goldeii brilliancy.
The only iiffnir of the kiwi that
equaled it wax the one by the uniformed
knights in Cincinnati three years ago,
which ten. Sherman reviewed and pro
nounced the liucHt since the close of the
war. There wuro at that time 10,000
men in line.
The Line of March.
The procession. which wan several miles
in length, the brigade and corps falling
in from side streets us the head of the
procession passed, all moved in splendid
and accurate military style down the
avenue, up Wisconsin street to Jeffer
son, wheeling north on Jefferson and
moving to Uiildle street, thence to
Jnneua nark, where the disbanding took
place, tien. Carnahan and staff reined
up at the corner of Marshall and Biddlu
streets, from which point he reviewed
the grand march xwts, who passed by
with loud cheers and euthusiaseic greet-
One of the interesting features of the
parade was the aiipHuraucu In line for
the Hrst time in the history of the order
ot the so called liou-uinloriu Kmglits oe
louiriuir to the rank and tile of the order.
This novel feature was in command of
J. A. Watrous. assist by an able corps
of aids, and escorted by tne Piiuitu bat
talion, coiumamluu by Col, f alKo.
The Supremo Lodge
Tho supreme lodge of Knights of
Pythias was welcomed to the city by
Mayor Peck, Uiiverimr lloard and
Grand Chancellor Honkins. J. 13. Liu
ton, of Johnstown, Pa., responded.
After the receutiou the sunreine
lodge convened at west side Turner
hall. Snureine Vice Chancellor Khaw
presiding. Tho annual report shows
the onler had a uiemlHTslilpat the close
of hsm ot '.'lill.iMi, and now snout isio,-
U00. In treasuries of grand lislgea, (I lo,
U.V.'.o:): sulvii'linate lMlges, $i,i.Vi,2ii;l,
Piuu for relief in nast year.5i:j.4.i...i!i
in past two yeaiK. $1.4117.4:1.1.1111. Ohio
lias gaiuetl most largely, a.nsj memuers;
ludiaiia, II.'.'IH. Smith tiirulinits er
centage is highest, 4i.7; Colorado,
Vice Chancellor Georiie 11. bliaw, bull
Clairi'.Wis., will nndouliU'dly be elected
supreme chancellor. There will lie a
hard huht on tliu question of crushing
out local insurance companies connected
With grand lodges.
Teachers Klcc-l Olllcors.
St. Paul,. Julv 10. Siwcial trains
brought several thousand teachers to
the city and it is estimated there are
now 12,000 strangers in the city and
more are exiiechHl. The visitors were
formally welcomed to .Minnesota aim
St. Paul bv the irovernor and civic olll-
cials. At the session of the national
council of education, the following ofti-
cers were elected: President. S. U. Pert-
body, of Illinois; vice president, A. J.
Kickoff. of New York; svcrut.iry, I). S.
Kieulc, of Minneso'u.
A Boston Kurthiiiake.
Boston. July 10. As Michael Clancy
and two other uieu were rilling in a
trench over a gas pipe which had lust
been laid in LsirraiiKo street, omsisite
the manhole of tho New Kuglaud Elec
tric Light coiiipnny, there was a violent
exnlosioii. probably of sewer gas, which
hurled the three men from the trench
ont upon the sidewalk. Clancy was iu
lured about the head aud Ills leg was
broken. The other men were unhurt.
Moody and the College Htudents,
MoRTliKlKl.li. Mass.. July 10. Messrs,
Moody, Mowlet and Marsh spoke to the
college students ou the liook of Acts,
Yesterday afternoou a parlor conference
waHheia at tue Hotel, ami the cause oi me
student volunteer mission was printed.
At the close 000 was suliscrilied for the
movement. Mr. Saukey had charge of
Tho meeting and addresses were made
by him aud W. W. Smith.
Hunger hi He a.
New Youk, July 10. A cablegram
received here announces the arrival at
Kingston, Jamaica, of the missing
steamship Glasgow. The vessel put
Into .list nurt fur suiiiilies and reisirts a
terrible exjwrieiice from hunger for two
weeks past. Turir provisions ran hue
late in June, and since then the crew
have had little or nothing to eat.
Judge McOrrgor's funeral.
Nkwark. July 10. The funeral of
the late Judge John McGregor takes
nlace at o rliH'k this afternoon irom
lolil Uioad street. The oalllicarers will
Include Governor Alilx-tt, Lay Judge
Smith aud Dr. Wallace.
Both Hides Stubborn.
PlTTBDTno.July 10. The boilermaknrs
decided to commit the demands ot meir
men indefinitely, and the men say they
will hold out until they are granted the
reduction in hours, lite strike affects
nearly 2,000 men,
SEVERAL PEOPLE KILLED.
A Collision on tlir I.imiIki llle unci Nashville
ttailroad lit Alabama.
niiiMiN'fiitAM. A In.. Julv III. A passen
ger und freight train on the Louisville
and Nashville railroad collided near Clear
Creek station, forty miles south of this
city, The engineer and conductor, Isith
solwr and reliable, forgot their orders,
and six lives paid the js'iialty of their
The uoHsmigor train had orders to take
the siding at Clear crcex, nut me oruer
uua fiiru'iit.iun. Iii a deen out the ca
nines came togother, and Ave men were
instantly killed and a sixth futully in
lured. The dead are s
John Green, engineer of passenger
train No. I).
John A, Wobb, engineer extra north
Bob Wilson, colored, fireman of pas'
aniiimr trnln No. U.
Jim Arinateiid, colored, fireman of
UortU bound extra freight train.
John Parr, white boy seventeen years
old, a pumpman at Calera, who wag on
the poKsongcr engine.
Ilen Sweep, colored, extra fireman who
was on the engine of the freight, fatally
No iiassengen were seriously hurt, but
they had a narrow escape. The trains
were both running 30 miles an hour, and
the damage from tho wreck is great,
A Y0UNQ WOMAN SUICIDES.
Hit Luf a Not Stating that gh. had
Dona Nothing Wrong
Nkwnan, Uu., July 10. A pretty little
woman, Miss Gonevieve Greene, com
mitted suicide here by shooting herself.
She was a stylish looking young lady.
Miss Genevieve came here from West
Point alsmt three weeks ago, and regis
tered at the Virginia house. She was an
art teacher by profession, having follow
ed that calling in West Point, and her
ihiect in coming here wns to organise a
slimmer art class, lleiug without money,
and failing to get up a class, she called
on Mr. Wright for assistance. He at
once volunteered to help her, but it is
evident that she gave up to despondency
and coHiinilieil the rash act liefure any
mewasun-are of it. She was a native
if Kairhaven. Vermont.
On ii scratch nail, which lay on the
bsl. and ill front of the young woman.
wriileii in pencil, were these words:
"Tell I' i e l It. I reeue, ot tiguen, Ulan,
W. II, Greene, of Kairhaven, Vermont,
nd It. W. Wood, of West Point, Ga.,
bat I have dune no wn.ii"."
DR. MAGUIRE SUICIDES.
The Bullet K.it.rrd tha llraln Above the
High. Kar and Temple.
AiuI'kta. Ob.. July 10. When the
hamlx'rmuid entered Dr. Muguire's room
in the Adkins house, she was horrified
to see the lied drenched in blissl and the
body of Dr. Maguirn lying across it, his
fe.it touching the floor. A pistol was
near by. The woman screamed, and the
room was soon tilled with others, attract
ed bv her cries. No note or explanation
if anv kind was left by the dead man.
It is barely possible that it might have
een an accident wmie attemiitiiig to
put bis pistol Imueatli bis pillow, but the
fact that he utlempted suicide once lie
fore is satisfi o ory evidence of suicide.
He came to Augusts iilsnit six years airo
from New York, lie wan about 10 years
Id, always courteous anil well dressed,
(twins!,.- mill women brought nun to
Ilia ruin ami death.
Alalu.n.1. llilli.iiil HHllroi.il Mold
TlioY, Ala., July 10. The stockhold
rs of the AlnLauia Terminal and Im
provement company inei Mere, and con-
lirmeil the sale in uie AiaiKima .Miuianu
railway to the Plant Investment enmpa-
iv, of New lurk. Ine Plant In vestment
caiinauy buvs a majority of the com-
ton mid preferred stock of the Alnlmna
Vliillmiil rtiilu'nv ..(iniluin v. wlitel, ailils
to the Havnnnidi, I'lorido and Western
milwav system '.'Oil miles of first class.
standanl gauge nsul, laid with sixty
Hiuud steel mil. iron oriilges, amply
piipjied, I lie pru'e paui in money ana
securities is -i."".
Aiipithlli'l...- Op;i e. 1, , oree Hill.
HaI.KIiih. N. C. July III. Id'iuililicans
here are iiuliilging In some strong talk
against the federal eli-cliiui law now lie-
fore couitress. It is uuiierstiMMI tliut A
W. Sliairer, Kuleigh s postmaster, has
denounced it us u nusilauinioiis and row
i.rdlv measure. There is a seiitliiient
crvstaliziug to the elfts-t that any lti-
iiilillcan who signs a m'Iiiioii to put the
aw in oMrntion ill this sis liou, must be
A t'nrpeiiler'. MMor.i.i.A.
Wahi.kv. Oa., July m. Mr. ('. M
Itailie. of (hiitiee, Ga., a cariH-nter in the
employ of the ( entral railway, had I In
liilslortiine in nave is.tu icis oroKeu ih.
low I he k nee, while inloailin .; a car of
liimher hen. He win a audiiig oo the
cur when he saw lb" I'liuU-r was iruing
to fall. He jiiiiihsI In Hie criiiinil nml
the lumber fell on him. Sur i-.n- ihink
bis right h'. will h:e ! - l iken olr.
Thieves liiv e into llie mansion and
ilnle Gov. runr Gordon's watch.
Wf lR DEFEATS CONNOR,
The nelfaut Snider Wins Kaally In
Tho Third Itonml.
BtTKAlX). July 10. Ike Weir, of Bos
ton, known as the "Dclfiist spider, and
James Connor, instructor of the Buffalo
athletic club, fonght liefore .100 people
at the Erie county athletic club rooms
last night for a purse of $1,730. of which
$3.-111 went to the loner. Two ounce
.'love were used. Weir won in the
third round, knocking Connor com.
pletely out. Weir was seconded by
Tommy Warren and Ed Smith, the
Denver heavy weight, and Connor was
Irsiked afti r by Mike Oitinn. of New
York, and tieorge limited, or unrtaio,
The .eforiv was W. .1. Sullivan.
Time was called at 9V o'clock, and it
was IlL'ht from the tan of the liell. In
the third round Weir continued his cir
ens tricks and kept the crowd in good
humor. Wir's left eye showed a bluck
Htreak. the result of a vicious blow from
Connor's right In the Hrst round. Weir
kept on dancing mid junking many
funny moves calculated to disconcert
Connor. Connor only smiled, but Isj-
fore anylsidv fairly rcalixed the sitna
tinn C.niTior lav stretched on his liack
from a hard straight shoulder blow from
Weir's right. IIIimsI (sized lrom hlscliin
where I he lilow had ciiiiuht him.
The heart of every Connor partisan
Isaat violently when they saw that Con
ner was iliixcd. and when lllintell rushed
into the rim and nicked up the fallen
liugilist cries of foul ciimi' from Weir's
comer. "Never mind,'' said Ike, "give
him nlentv ot time.
Connor 'struggled to his feet only to
receive another right bander on the
inw which sent him down unconscious,
When he was coming to Weir went
over fo shake hands With him and Con
nor accepted it.
A RAGGED BATTALION.
New Yoik'a liiicki'il Out Cloakmak
ei s In I 'm a de.
New York. July in. Absolute pov-
crlv mid institution in the form of over
S1.00II of I he locked out cloiiknmkers pa
raded through the strcctM ot the nu trop
nl is late yeslen'iu.v alien n, and the
sia'ctacle of so many pale, hungry,
poorly chid, but determined looking
men und Isiys was a sight that will
never lie I jigottcn by the thousands of
HiK'ctators who HUed the streets along
the line of march.
As 11 mere sncctnclc the tiarilde did
not amount to much, but as an object
lesson of the greatest destitution and
poverty, no stronger plea for charity
uml hi'lii i iinlil have ls-eu made.
The line of march was crowded with
tieople, the windows of the houses were
filled witlffaces, and if hearty greeting
and cbecr uimn cheers of encourage
ment count for anything, the parade of
theclonkmakers was a distinct success.
The processionists were aoeoinpanlnd
by a truck laden with tanks containing
Ice water, and carried pasteboard pla
cards which lsiro the inscriptions. "Aid
for the striking rliiakiiiiikersr "Ice
water; only one ipiart loa family:" "Our
thanks to public Rvmtmthy." The men
conducted themselves iu a very orderly
LAKE CHAMPLAIN CYCLONE.
Many Lives I.ost on rtie take Hu
mors or Disaster. .
Baratooa, N. Y., July 10. The re
port of the destruction of the Bins
Point hotel, near Plattsburg has not yet
been conBrmed. The nearest point
reached by telegraph Is fifty miles from
the hotel, and the only facts that can be
learned from the operator at that point
(Port Henry) is that a heavy storm pre
vailed on Lake Champlain and it Is
rumored that the Bluff Point hotel was
destroyed by a cyclone.
The operator says inai a numuer oi
rowboats were ont on the lake with peo
ple from that point, and that sixteen
persons have not yet been heard from
and It is feared their boats were lost.
PasaeiiKers on the train from Montreal
lay the storm was general from Rouse's
folnt to Wliltenau. iiiemrce or me
wind was terrific Many small houses
at Rouse's Point and other towns along
the lake were lilted from their founda
tions and destroyed.
The buffalo Point hotel suffered dam
age to the extent of $.1,000. No one in
the hotel was injured so far as known.
A man, uame unknown, who was out
Iu a small boat when the tornado struck
the Inks was drowned. Trees and small
buildings in the vicinity were torn
The conductor of the train says that
the steam launch Nettie, with twelve
people on board, was wrecked near tue
Bluff Point hotel.
Five got ashore in safety, and the re
maining seven are missing. AC run
Henry ten people who were out in row-
ooata are missing.
Disaster on the Lake.
Bt'RMNiiTON, Vt., July 10. The storm
which occurred yesterday afternoon
was the worst known fur years, and
several private yachts had narrow
eschpes from sinking. The steamers
Vermont and Chateauguay were both
late at this port, and fears were enter
tained for their safetv. but both ar
rived safe. Word has been received
here that the tuir Little Nellie. Captain
Clark, of WellslKiro, foundered off
Rouse's point at the beginning of the
storm anil sank with Captain Chirk, his
son aud the engineer.
BELFRY BLOWN DOWN.
Crushing Through the Hoof ef an
WlNTHRop, Me., July 10. A remark
ably severe wind and rain storm oc
curred at 8:iJ0 p. m. yesterday, the wind
reaching the velocity of a tornado, A
large number of buildings were badly
damaeed. the wind seeming to cut a
swarth through the town aliout 200 feet
The belfry of the Jletliodist churcn
was blown oil and fell upou Chester
Mrs. Hliaw. Chester bhaws mother,
was terribly crushed by the falling of
the roof, which ciillaiuwd under the
weight of the ueltry. bue is not ex
pected to survive. Other members of
the family had narrow unnus-H.
Ls'ander liutes carnage was sirncK oy
a tailing tree ami demolished. Air.
Bates was badly hurt. The streets were
blocked with debris aud the damage is
Hevoro titoriu in Cleveland.
Ci.kvf.i.am. July 10. A severe wind
storm struck this city at ."i:;i0 o'clock hist
evening, and blew fiercely for alwut
twenty unuutes. one oi the lour great
electric light musts, located at the cor.
ner of Lake aud Bank streets, was pros.
trated. demolishing the sidewalk where
it fell. The front of the Van Clove
Glass and Nash company, west of the
viaduct was carried away and all the
trees in the South Park damaged. Re
ports from various sections are that the
storm was vury severe throughout the
hcverc Storm in Michigan.
Chkroyiias. Mich.. July 10. A se.
vers raiu storm, accompanied by a gale
from the northwest, struck, tins city,
doing cousidcrnble damage to buildings,
fences and trees, and leveling the crops
in the surrounding country. Houses in
the lower part of the town were com
pletely surrounded by water from two to
three leet in deptn.
The Siorui iu Uuugor.
Banooi-, Me., July 10. The heaviest
wind and rain storm known here fur
VMuru awi-nt over the citv last evening,
unroofliig several ice nouses, blowiug
trees and fences and prostrating wires.
A H.lddel. HI or in.
Jamkstown.N.Y., July 10. A sudden
storm Isst evening hooded the streets,
and the wind blew dowu trees and dam.
A Picnic Train Wiecked.
Mradvu.lr, Pa., July 10. The Mead.
vllle and Lluesville excursion train, car
rying the Baptist Kmidiiy schisd of
Franklin, who picnicked at Conneaiit
lake, was wrecked at Watson's Hun
station last evening, injuring seriously
but one out of the 1.000 passengers on
hoard. The second coach, occupied by
Hon. Charles Miller, family and nurse,
of Franklin, jumped the track, currying
three other cars with it. Mr. Millers
car broke both couplings and rolled
down a twelve font bank, all escaping
unhurt except Mrs. Clara Rowe, the
nurse, who got an ugly scalp wound and
a bad gash over the right eye. J ne en
gine and eleven cars kept the track.
Work at Chautauqua.
Chactacuta, N. Y., July 10. Just
now every one is devoting himself to
work in whatever department has lieen
chosen, and but little time is found for
general amusement or entertainment.
The pleasure parties haven t coma yet
only the students.
It ii ill's l,ll Saved.
Hariukui no. July 10. The board of
pardons last night recommended that
the death sentence of John Rudy, of
Lancaster, be commuted to life im
The Va.iderlillls Are Well,
Knu'imuT. R. I. . Julv 10. W. K. Van
derbilt's steam yacht Alva arrived from
Havre. The family and party are well,
Amalgamated fioalo Higoed.
Potthvii.i.k. Pa.. July 10. The amal
gamated scale has Is-en signed by the
Pottsville iron and steel works.
Massing Turkish Troops.
Conhtanti ni ii'i.K, July 10. The porto
is forwarding large bodies of trooiis to
the Eiirois'im frontier. A formidable
ford lias lieen massed near the Uul
gariau boundary, aud stops are being
taken to defend Turkish interests in the
direction of Montenegro and riervla.
Clerks Threaten In Hlrlke.
London. July 10. The clerks and
foremen employed on the London docks
have combined and threaten to strike
Dhr higher wages. They assert that
tliev avnraire less than the ordinary doe
laborers, und this is undoubtedly true,
A Fatal Hie.
nvm.iN. Julv 10. Firo destroyed
large business lilock in Cologne, involv
ing a loss of I.IHKl.iKNI murks. Three
firemen were killed by falling walls and
several others were seriously liijureu.
The Fcmnle Collcee, with its siMiciousJwcHTuruished buildings, cool, well shaded,
for the entertainment of board, rs froin'uow until Septcmlxr 1st. Terms given on upphaition. Children under hfteen years
of nge not admitted, .... ...
As a school for the thorough education
section of the country. It lurnislies rare
comfort found iu un clcgnnl home. Charges arc low for the line ndvantages given, hor catalogue or any information
WABiiiNf!T!N, July 10. - The M-mit ills
CUHHL'd id IciiKlti tlu' rmift'i-um't tvp'Tt ou 1 lie
sllvvr bill, iiii't ul l.iVltii'k tho uuitUir wont
over Ami MenM. Him ocli, Vimrhocis Hht-r-iqau,
Vent, iJlxon anU Kvm-u luthl trihutea to
tue memory uf tuu lulu Krpru!iuiitu.Uvti b. b.
t'oi, uf Now York.
TIit) boiiHi! U4iHutt tho Dlntfloy bill to pre
vent culllitioDS ut wit. In ortU'riiiK the in
vloiia question on thin iiiriiMiie fortylx
mln wi-funuoiiiu't'l-iiivitlfiit to ninety,
two mt-mhtfr, Te coiinniiU't on rule tub
mttifd it rviiiilutiun to call up thu "iritfiuul
Itackitno" hill mid aittT tli t the Imnki upti y
UU. thin on Iff to continue for four iluy mm:-
(HAivuly. lhi rooiuliuu was rcjin-ltil, lh to
Nh Thin a luivute bill was c.ihrti up by Mr.
M'UGKTH Oi-' XKWH.
P. I). Wlifslntmi, who w.ut the catiilhluto of
the Auu'rkaii party tur the prt'shlfin y In tlu1
(nit ntmputun, nuil who h i aurvcl two trrum
in cniitfivt iw ii rpi-CM'iiiative finm Ciliror-
li in, ilivtl at uU home at Oak him! alter u uurt
The prottfdo it rutui'Ufil to WaHhltmluu fnin
Mt'itiiuTH w'll Infill riMinltiff bftwouu tier-
uiHuy ami Ui Innoa bay, i.ih Al'ric.i, ou Juiy
stria. iii. lU'iijniulii II. Urlorifiu wu
placed ou tho i-tireil li-t of the army.
Thr Now Vork Mule IViu-herrt uHiclutloii
met at ."uraloiii.
The liitiiH i-outmlttve on commrrpo nn-
thurl.fil a favorable rrpurt on a homo bill
amrnllint tho liilfruto com i tier co law by
alioviliitc contract ruto to bo untUo for thr
tratiHp.irt.ttiou of thenirltal coiupaulci or
live or mure.
TrtiHtcc't) Hale of nluablc
Hv virtue of tin- iMiwcn uivcii to the uuilt ry
hi k nca iiv int- iicco in irojti m iitiii i'wuiuh
bv 1. U. Suttlc noil witc M. J. Suttlt . tlottil
Scpti'inlH-r tsH'.i. reui-lcrctl hi the tolm
ll int KCfc,HltT OI I Mil IK MT IMH1(.IIIIIH
Count v. N. C ill IliMik Ut ItliKC 14 . vU.
to which nliTfiu-f iii luTtiiy hiihic it mil
particular, to m-iuiv noicn therein tlciicrilHil
imvnlilv to ll' t-. tic, Ulnntnn A: In., nuil Ik-
rntitv tifthr fnilurc to pay tlu- intcriM upon
aid tiiitiH bir mure than ti n dti alter it la
ciimc due, ull Niiid inUt. by expre otipulu-
tion in auitl ilceil in truti. nnviotf iiinunc om
und brtnpf tttill uitpuitl, mid It Will) tlu iehre
mndc the duty of the mi id trustee to h-I the
hind conveyed in tmld tleed iu tium and de-
suritMtl liflow uttotl ilcnuitld of ttniil linKtic.
lunnton V Co., wlileii ucumiui na ocen
Th.-rftiirf. I. t. ii. Coiiii. n nucn iruHu-e
will .tell ut public Mile ut the emirt Iioiim-
door In AMicville, .N. v., nn .moiiu.i.v. me
Jlatdnvof Jn'y, IKpOnt IL'o'eloeKm .tueiuno
li'B.Titied in un d deed ill trtint iilii've menllii
ed, I yiii- in HiwieonilHrC utility, uluoit one mile
nortlunttt ol the city ot Aneviiie, ikhik p"
if "the Kimtierly luiid," in two trail, un
rtrat eontninlim 17 neue nore r le-a and tlu
areond cnutitinini; AH nerve more ir Ick
Said trnete udiolu eueh tdher mid nltm ndiofn
lundK of A, 11 and C. Ii. l.ymoii. Smiiuel Ku
nnd other, the lirnt truet hviwu the buol eon
vcyed to Mild l. I. 8ultle by u. F. Thotnp
eon nnd wife, nnd the M-cond tract hetiij- that
conveyed to him by I). I- Krymdile und wile,
both of which deed a lire rcKinicred in Mini
eatinty nnd to them reference It hereby made
for further lUmriplion. Kclcretice ie ititnle tt
mi id deed in trum lor inriiier ueacr.piuMi m
Miid landt und the cnurw und dnttuueeh ol
the boundariee. Term a H anie, cumi. mo
10th day ol juue, lHpu.
djunel i!l 3iuly 1 1 tol it wt Ti imuc
Wo Ineurnnce Aiftnte nnd Hroker, Mini oth-
era who demrc to cnKUKe in tue i.ne ni
A CONTRACT ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
The Mitrvlnnd l.ile liiMirumv CoinfMiny of
nnitimorc u ill mi v lull eoininitiion4 nnd re-
ncwale direct to the Ak ut or brolivr ho c
curee the rink um it prcler thin tm-thod to the
old plan of hiiviiij-a t'i ncral Autiil to con
trol n Wlioie -Mine or ii ir;v ni-ini.
I'ereoiiH who deMre to ennaKc iu the Lite
Inauruuce biiKineee or thoe w hooeeniouiiH
have u life rink to nlucc cnndiul ilireetly with
the Company tint! thtm secure the lull coin
iR'UMttiou lor their work.
Write to theMnrvlaud I. lie lUMirnneet om
imnv for tcrmn to AueutH before plminj; rink"
Two eueceriMul Wtccini Aucniinu ooinio
employment to work iu Hie Mute ol .North
No better or rtiroiiKcr i.ue .oiiiihiii.v rmi
be found, an will be ccu bv the muikei iiluc
Of It tH'CltrHll'tl plllillMlt'll III UK IIH OI ll" ,
Libt-rul tliviihude, a full reaerve on the lnnU
oifour iiereent., a Inrne ui plu over nil im
hltltiee, nanete w hit h w ill Kill in the op.'"
market for much more than llu y ortwlnally
com the Company and n rteonl twiiiu
live yrnra of active luiMiie w ithont one eon-
ttMted elalm. ure tue Kpceiui leuiuien oi uio
All nppncaiioii ht invtti" si -
com pun ted by aiiituMi' telen tiei-. Audit
wanted in cverv cttuntv of the Stutc ol North
Carolinn. Write to the Company for docu
meutr. Add rent
MANYI.ANU I.I riC INHI'KANt. II Co.,
inlvH(ini;it Hitlttmoie, Md.
IIV virtue of n died of trunl cmillleil In llle
by T. W. Anlllini o'l the lllll dliy ol rlfitilli
lier, IMHtl, reulnlerid In the ollue of the Hru
l.tcrof IKciIk of lliineomlie Cniinly, In Hook
17, at pane 4H7 of MorlK-tMc Uivoril., to ne
cure the piirehllite moni-.v lor the real elate
thiTclii dimrlliiil, nml hy reii oa of tin-fall,
urc of .aid T. W. Ailllotl to eollililv with the
provl.lon. of .aid ilenl ol trii.t, I will mil nl
iiahllc auction for eah to llle hlulie.1 liidder
at the court luni.c dour In Anhevllli- mi 'I'm-.
day. the mill day of Julv. A. U IMi", one
liln. k inure ll vcar. old inline Mr tie, declined
In mild died of ttu.t, and almi Ihe Inllouluii
diwrlt ed real cntnte; Iu the northern pail
nl the lit v of A alto llle, .aid county, ultuale
at the liortlleiii liminilarv of wild illy, mi the
cn.t "hie ol Norlll Main .tni l. IiiiiiIiiik hx
feet on mild .treet, uml nomine linck eal
wnrd feet in paiullil Hue. to iiiiolhi'l
.tract, and contnliiltiK alioal one hall acre
niorc or li. and fully ileerllinl III .alii deed
ol tru.t. Till. May :ili, lN!"i.w
TYLER BANK COUNTERS
ILLUSTRATED III COLORS; a perfucl Work or Art;
IS0Pu.ll Nuw ready, Book.fre.,piilagsl5o.
Jlllilpp. IM.Ilr l,(l, olT,l,rllr.t frlvW'lli
Clil.rl., I'h.li. Iliwh I ..., .Illi' 'r'. 1'u.l.t HI
XYLEE S8K CO., BX. L0UIB, M0., U.S.A.
' r "
nnd rclmcil culture ol girls nnu young mines,
advantages m Music, Art, Language,
FKOI' II. Mi. ATKINS, A.
llruUliclcrH l'l-iiuilc Kt'Kiilator
Shuultl he tistil Ity I he v'niLr wuinati.
she who uu Hits (rum miy (lisortUr 'rceti
liar to her sex, an I ut chalice of lite is n
powerlul tome; heiietun all who use it.
Write ltr.ulliehl Regulator Company.
Atlanta, Ga., Tor particulars. Ity nl!
The Great Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming One of America
.v.t ; v r si kci. i u ritovvas-TUESFST.
Cocoa is of supreme impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten's has fifty per
cent, more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in tho best
of other cocoas.
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST1
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as toren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
is highly developed.
T V AN IIOTTF.VH CO OA ("once tried,
nlway tiM'd ' J i. Hie urltfliiitl.iiiire.efilu-
tlo Coeoit. Invrnlr-d, otned Nttd
miidt hi llnllund, mid imu-dny better end
mrmJH,,i tlianaiiyof the ounn'mua itntta
tioDH. In fact, coinparatitre tert will eetily
pro,tliittn.ofl.T (WiattiieUthie NmfrY
in enlnbility, anreeable Ute end nutritive
qualities. Ir8vl uie in the world. Ak
fur Van Houii.se and iaku no ol liar. 149
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIHE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAYES ONLY.
We claim tlllll tllenc llMilifcr. nrc iheilM r
lliiin liny oilier; arc itrtiiclialile, utltl liny
ntiiiilirr enil lie iiwil HT.IIekilii.iirc sunt,
form linru of tuliiui-o ; more toliaeeo cult In.1
eurcil ht linrn; toliaeeo lirinu. liclliT prlitu;
dm. not liruiH'i .talk I. not cared, nuvlnit
I'tiel ami time. Any linrn can lie umd. Ham
pie .cut with iMimplllet lorn cent. ponliiKC.
Imiuirc for thiill or your tonkeiier or
niictlt. irilKydonot kiep thelll ild to ll.
I'rlii' per l ,, Willi MtU'fcH, .f.o
I'rlvc per i,i, liaiiucr-t only 4.90
rVml eimli wllll order, or kooiI. Milt C. II. H
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
lIouMoii, llallliix County, Vh.
Jiiiii 4il, nil Mm
CADTION vtiirriuiled, ntnl
un mi' nnd price nluiuped ou bultuui
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN
Fine Calf nnd J.mcrA Wairrprnof flrttln
Thf rtrrlliMir nnd wrnrlnrt tpinlltlrnnf thin Mint
rnnnnt iw imhiit nnntrn iiinu ni tin- ninniH rauuiir
nu'iitii nf Ma tlmunaiulH of eounlaiit wimrrrt.
R'OO .nuliir llnnd-aewrd an Hntml and
alvllali tlri-M HhiH Whleh ruliinii'luU ltrwtf.
A00 llanil-f-rwrrt Mlt. A fine call fttu
uiii'ipmlliH, fur ntvlu ntid durnhlllty. ,
tQ. 60 tinodyrnr Writ In the attH)ar4 drM
w ainw, ( a pnpuinr pnt'o. ....
to. SO rnlli fmnii'a Hlint In pRpwIalty adnptod
w ritr rnnniRii iuimi, iiirniiTN, fit.
All inadi' iu OohnM, Uul ton aud Laoa,
1 SO QUOr.Q .
V VM mm w a-" mm --aav hriiitVi
hnvn hmrn miMt fnvitrnhlv twrlvrd dlnct Intrttdltrml
and tho ret'ent ninnwemrnu main litem auperlor
U any runH-B nu ai . uiem lirirr-t.
ill nrt tn fnrtnry ptii'lotlug adverlUud ptlt or
puital for ordt'i
Wi 1. UOLOLA9, Br-ttkltMi Mrm
TOR AALU UV
VCAEH & MYERS.
grassy cninnus of seven ncrcs, will be oien
tins iiisuiuiion nus no superior in tins
Literature and hcicncc. I'upils have every
r. COHCJfC, AHMevlllC, IS. j.
( 1'urmcrljr of Lyman & Child ),
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuaineM
l.unlt. .vcurvly plncril ftt R rwr cent.
IviigliHli and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS"
No. 40 French Brood Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
I For many yenre Anaocinte I'rincipftl of Mt.
Vernon luetitute. Itnltimorc.)
Auxin ted Wy u corpa of com ten tent teachers.
decA d l v
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINO.
Tn thr citizen, of A.hevlllc nnd vicinity I
wnulil Htiniitiiu-e tbnt ut my Rhi'im unCullcfre
Mtnvt. nt-.t to Wuuilliury'a .tlllile.. 1 am bet
trr ireiiiril tlum ever to do work in my line.
Wiikoh". HiiKKie. nml c'lirrinitc. tnnntifact.
uri-il. KepainiiK nnd ItorNcHiliiwInK .re .pe.
einltii., nml iicnect .iitiHlm'tion imnrantced.
My workmen nrt extieriencvll anil .klllfulsnd
my liiiirKeH arc moilcrutc.
nj:t it R. III BNBTTU.
Ni;W 1KHSU! NEWLY PCKNI8HBD
ALL MUllUKN 1MFROVUMBNT8.
MRS. IV. B. ATKINSON,
No. Haywood Street.
II. F. 1. 11RIGHT,
MFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
UR. IIATTLK'8 OFFICE.
SSOLL 1 1(JN.
Wc the iinileralKueil hnvcthU day dltnolved
parttH'ttiip Ity mutual coiiM-nt. AH otdlfca
t it Mitt not othcrwinv provided for will tie met
) .(. 11. Weitver. Any uccouuu due the ttrm
are payalilc to cither.
IIHKKINO fit WHAVHK.
Thitt 7th day of May, 1MH,
The iiuderviitned have thin day formed a
copurtuernhiu under the name anil atyle of
Weaver v Myert, for the pur)Mje ol contluct
iuu the tdtoc liUNiiu-fta in nil It hritnchert, at
the old ntaiid ol llerhtiK Weaver, 3W I'ai
ton avenue. Ioiin II. Wravrh.
J. NoRHIS MVRRR.
Atthevllle, June (1, IMtio.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
in mile. South of A.hevlllc, on A. a. 8. K. R,
.. I a IK)
.. a oo
Uliinrr uml Ten I'ltrtica on uncday'.notlce,
' Thou. A. Morrill, Prop.,
nprlildtr Ardra, N. C.
A.hevlllc, N. C, April 11, 1HH0.
The ci.pni tnemhlp hcrrtofnrc cil.tlng be.
tween the uitdcntlyned, aodtr the Arm name
of IT1.I.IAM 4k CO., I. tlilndnydlmolved by
mutual eonm nt. The debt, due by .alii Arm
will be paid liy l.awrrnee Pulllam, and the
drbt. due to auld firm will be paid to him,
and the bu.lne.. continued hy him.
I.AWKI1NCH IM LI.IAM.
I). C. WAUIlllLL.
To our patron, of the pn.t:
I have till, dny .old my Intcrc.t and good
will III the In.tirnncc tiu.lnea. la A.hevllle to
l.itwrcnee Pullliun, who will contlnae the
Ini.luc... I ticAMnk for him a eontlnuaace
uf yuur imtromiHC.
D. C. WADIlUl.L.
Apply to u. ilurlnii the Inciimlng week to
rent the Hock llunrry on the oppoeltt aide
of the river, nenr the Iron bridge, and the
NINU TUNRMUNT HOUSES
near by. A xood rock man can get bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.