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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1890.
Cancer of the Nose. In 187 a tort appeared on my noun, unit ffraw rapidly. At my father had cancer and my huanand died of it. 1 became nlurui. d. and coneulted my phyelcian. Hit trout ai.d warae lu every way ,until llntdoonclii-l-i-il thin I wa to die from IU effecte. I win pen.uiided to take 8. 8. 8 and a few bottlea cured me. Tine whi afrer all the doomr. and other medioinea had failed 1 have bad uo return of the eanoer. HK8. M. T. MABRV. Woodbury, Hall County, Teaat. Treatlae on Tanrer mailed free. SWirT sPUCls'lC CO., Atlanta, tie. net IMdAtwly I'KWIiSSIOXAL CAHDS. DENTIST. A. S. Graliamf I. I.S. office Over J. II. I.uw'n Store, South Main street. NltrouH miile ur IhukIHiiii Kuitmtn.lnUU'ml lor the palnlciM extraction of teeth. Oulfl ana iMirccmln crow tin uttnehed to the natural rooU if tcrth, tltii avoiding the uiw of plates. All operation pertaining tu dentlMtry Hklll fully performed. Price mit-oiiii.ilei.nil mitlit. faction Kunrnntti'd. fchll DR. R. F. ARHINIiTON. Ofncc riiomi on I'ntton nvrnitc, over tltr clothing more of C I). Mffitittn Ac Co Kesidi-ncc corner of Wood fin uml I. ovum t recti. Ihko. F. I .Avium in, Tiloft.A. nk. kultlKh. I A. M.tKTIN, An.tvilte AMteville. )AVI!SON, MAX TIN Ac JOM.M, Attunieyti uml t'outinellor at Uw, Awht ville, N C. Will prMikt-lii tin- 1 1 th ii ml 12th Judieinl I Hutrictn, him! in tlu- Supreme Court of .','urth Curolimi, ntiil in Hit- l-nlirnl Omit i thr Wi-mhtii titrict of North Carolina. Kclcr to Hunk il A -In-villi-. clt el r. h. cotm. 0lH Ac MliKRIMON, . 1. MKKHIMti.M. Attorney uml CmmMcllor t Ihw. Vrut-ilce in nil l hi- court. Other; Not. 7 uml 8, ohimton huildiujc. dtc4 W. W. fONK. I.Ku A. MM K'KI JONII8 A: 8IICFOKl. Attorneys nt I.iia, Ahcvilk-, X. C. 1'ractlm in the Superior Court n Wet. tent Nortit ntriiiia, tin is.iprcme Conn it tin Stnte, ami the FvfU rnl Courts nt .lu villi. Office in lohimton duildiiisi, when mic mem her of the firm enii ul way lie found. dtnovl I J A. TUNNIINT, Architect and Contractor. (-'Inns, tieclfU-Mtinm ami eMtinmics fur ti ix tied. All work lit my line contrnvti-l iti, tiud no charge fur drawings on vuitLrfii t awarded me. ki-tcrencc when desired. oilicc: No. 12 MctnJrv Hlock. .North C.-url Square, Asheville, N. i li.'.nl 1 v gj II. llOt.'GLAHS. II. 1). DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST., Over tlrmit Ar Winyert'n liruu Store. KeMiiUnvv, Nu. UN Uniley St. fehKhlly M. II. KKKVKS, II. U.S. II. K. hMITII. I. H.M. Dm, Reeve & Small, UK NT A 1, OFF I CIS in Connalty Building, over Redwood' Si tire, ln t ton Avenue. Teeth extracted without pain, with the new Kinesthetic, andull cumm of irregularity eor rcctrd. vl.l.i.ll- RAMSAY, II. I), rt Dental Oillce i in Hurnnrd lliillillnii ItntrMncr.. I'ntton Avrnur nml Main Htrrvl. lhi!ilrtlv JK rill'K M. I ll'.l.ll. (Graduate Optician, Mnln tttrwt. All mrvhank'nl ui-ulnr ilvl't-cta of the eye cor- reetco. tliitir. for exatnlnntion 0 t 111 a. m., Zf t It . m. lulu illl MISCHLLA.MiO'S. WM, R. PENNIMAN. PMOPKIKTlIK (11 THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS, AHhevllle, N. C. P. . HO I. ninrlftrilv XFJADFIELDS Prnill ATM It; a t-WTr ,t aiUULni Wll jsoo K TO VtOMtM"MAUtornu tMonaoKsuuTOftctt. Atlanta ba. tp3dtwly IRATT'S ASTRAL ABSOLUTELY 8AFE I PERFECTLY ODERLESS! Burn In any Limp without dinner of Exploding or taking tire. See that you gel the gunulne, . For Mle by BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO,, AHItttVU.I.Ii, N. C p dAiwIv F.W.YESEY&SON, FLORISTS AND LANDSCAPE 0ARDENER8, (Incnhonara No. 61 rhr.tnut.ttwt h.-twffii North Mnln and Mrrrlmon. Cut Plow., Hcilril 'i I'lni te, Hnnly Kn ee, tr., itc. Lay out arowiria, drive, and wa'kt. make and plant hfd., nonleri,. etc. rruni t fruit tfecaand ahnilihery a epertaltyv Plcsli oa at or addreat aa through (the ainii. All ord.re promptly tiled. lent dan I. NTMLY ICiAX' DNFORTUN ATE. The Utmi.t.-For Action of the Kiijurlisli Consul at Lisbon, He Hoists tho British Flag Over the Shlra District. The FortiiKiiea. One.rniueitr Mukee Fnrinal Hiolet to Luril Siill.bury An Attack on tile HrllUh Lia;ntloii reared. lixllrntliin. Tlmt the llrlll.li Miner. Will Win Their Htrlke. Lisiion, Mnrcli 30.-Tho acllon of Mr. lluelmniti). tli Hi'tinir counanl for En- glitnd, in liiimiiiiit the Hi itish flan in the Miiro (liuti li't inn cnuHca yrunt exoite- mt'nt hen. The govurnmcnt htia mnde a formal pmicHt to Lord MalMmry aKftfnst tlio at'tion of Mr. Um luiimn. The fot'ling rutin o hiKh that it Ih (cured an attack may Iw imtdo uon the Kritiuh liKtion, and u Riiard of troo lnw teun tilaced there In prnvent any hoftila ilem- onstratlon. The raliinet vr.ia aiecially unitnoiUHi Monrtay arternuou to con- tder the situation of nlFaini. from an Hiill.li Mtan-lpnhit. INios, JFiin-h tO. The revlvol of the anti-h.nKlixh excitement in Lisbon in roni-etiueiu-u of the action of Acting Loiiaiii imciiiinan in raiHing the rrithdi iiftK over the Khiro dinti-lct is every wnere n'Kariii-u as unfortunate. The exlul n j. tu of popular feeling against riiuiumi and evcrvthlnz Kn. (Slish, which follmveti Lord' 8iiiBlitiry,i Ultimiiltitn, wilhoiit doubt HTliH i i-d uat in nine to prevent I'ortiiK'al from Ri-tlinn into iroviiic, anil It Is the Kcnernl oniu- ion that l.inUin inithoritii-ii would lettr serve the interests ol iln-tr ctmutrv by BP"ilily Kiiiip c.-siiin the jiliolio frenzy of tlie 4Hiplc. vi liii-h threatens injury to the Hriliah li-Kiition, than by indulKiiiK in iiiiMiienl oiiiciid raving' KKaiiiKt the iiii-i miiiie act am or an trrvsisial-lo foe, ineiinwiuie, leaving irresHnsiblu atu- ui-iiui nnu tuners to coiniint oulrau'es im ii tm- Kovi-inineiit must ansn- it is not at a 1 liki-lv tliut. I'lmyiil til. rlinnan lias oeied with authoritv, there fore It mur In- accented a n fiira nna o-iciiiMoii tnni me proK-st wlucli I'orlu- khi nas iiMigcii ai;aiiiHt Ins formal 00011 pation ot I lie tlispiili-ri teinlorv. will mwt with a reception siinihir to that which Lord Sali-burv has j;iven to the previous iiMii-siH or the Msbou Roieru ineni. in all rcapectstliesitiiHtionr-ecins more Rrave for TortUKnl tlinii at anv previoim stnite of the controversy, and it is the more unfortunate that tlie l.isUin authorities appear to he uiiuIiIh to realize mat i act. THE BRITISH MINERS. The Outlii.-k fur Tti.-lr Vlrlory nrnwa Mur. r-uvorHlili Ifuurly. Lfsrxis, March SO.-The supply of coal owing to the strike of the miners is rapidly KMwiiiR ii-ss. On account of the scarcity of cod the cotton mills at Ao- critiKtoii. lilnekbtirn, Hurv and lkilton un? shuitinu: down. The SouihwoHtern nu i mad coinpniiv lias also lieeu onui- iM-ned to stop llietvail:nu-room Urea. The out'oo . for a victory for the strik ing niiuem itrows inori-tnt arable hourly. It looks now as if flu. men would surety win. Mnny more of the mine owners in NoiiiiiL'hani Inn- and Ijimasliire have emu eded tin- demands of the men. The leeium is L'rowniL' that the men will m. f iin- In meet on 'I'huivday the committee of mini' owners aiiisiiuied for the inir- jaw ol c uifi-iriiiir with the men and ad jusliiiir their diircri n- i-s. It is l.eiievcd the men id iiu-ist cn their demands in tun. Tin. Dork l.iihnrrr. The Ktrilte of tin? Liverpool doi-U la- lircrs on the other hsnd slum- ui.m. nt collaiiiK. The len.lem of the strike imve lot mutrol of the men. anil Mia toner uii very much Iishwi to nrbi- i. new nanus am arriving at rapid rate. Program of the S.r Kr.nrh Mini. try. FAHIR. Marc h 20. Tll new n, lnl.tr. has annoiin ttl the uroirriim w Inch it in. tends to pursue. Special utteiilioii will he devoted to the ainyiioriiiam of tlie condition of tlie la- lioi .iiu' clavett. n uiii v. i.i oe naoUL'lit forwnril em. powering pi Ml.r-.kmct establisluuetiu to make small advances on easier ti rms than ut prwnt. and ntrnthcr bill provid ing for the liettcr organization of piiblio funds ilevotei to charitable purxisea in the country di fricts. The emleamr will ls made to enforce the school laws in .,ueh a manner as not to wound the reunions eeutimeuts of the people. The budget Ktihnrtted by Sf. rfoorlcr will be mil, er, d loin its int-iriity, and n0Ktewill Is taken to impair the country s iieriii t iiis-rtv or action when the pr. 8, in couiiuerciiil treaty with Tur- kev snail expire in ISiiu'. In eiifnn-imr the last military law pains will ls taken to obrinu-the Inter ruption of professional and s. 'entitle studies or the pursuit of ecvleniastical can-ors I'ertnln stud'-nts will he permitted to ik-kiii ineir miniarv service ut the aire Ul in, Ori-at t'liotnajritphlr Ill.rnvery. VIKNN'A. Man ll lfl. It la annnnmvul thnt a photographer named Venticr, of KlauaenbhiK. has succeeded in phuto- KrapuiUK iiiuunu colon. forrlui, Notes. It la spln rumored tbat Bianisrck baa re- alltnoU. Auvartliqimke shook was ezparlmred at nonn, i iie day. All the ship cnr)ienters In Btettln hay tawn nritrnii on s at r ike. The KiiwIiiii atonmer Hvot has arrived at Onlntr nn 1 Is nwiiiling to unlisul l,10u,0u0 guiiciw ut iwirolouiii. Tel- urani. rocelvsil In Pnria from Rio Jon- rim Mate that yellow fever has broken out at (.'aiiipimiM anil Mnu I'sulo, Hrmll. A inapiteu rrom Merlin stnu-s tlmt a rumor l cuni iit in that city to the effect that the eiitno nilulstry bas reelnned. The poll, tliiiiiiitb the Uarquis of Lome. whi with Ida wife, the Prineaas Louise, were raei'tveil by hi. hullnew Monday, sent bis re- garo to tjiiveu Vleioila, Lonl Holi-liiiry has summoned all his sup porters to a moot Ing at the Carlton club on ThuTxIay next, It Isnunouuoed that Impor tant mutter 111 In dlilissrd. (Jon. Biiumniis, the apn-lal envoy frim Malto to I he ntl. an, announced Mnimav that the Ircnly i-enelaile,! by himself and the pnpnl authn'lnw, w itti iiitnivl tn thestatus of Cathnlies lu Alalia, has boon ratllled by hit principals. OUR TURRETED MONITORS. Woaderful hausea to be Mails hy Ihs , imy r Hoo.onn. Nrw Yohk. March 0. The Time ays it is reported that strong elforls am aoont to is inudu in certain naval quar ters to induce congress to authorize the converting of tha single turretod moni tors or the navy into "lloatiug batte les. The iilen proposed is to takeoff the tun els ulloAUiiier und aunulyeiich vassal with two or uioru guns mounted on dis- appeal ing carriages, of th type now made by the l'neuuuttia Uun Carriiura anut'owf rcoiniwny. k A . 1 aJ:'1, Z7 "W01. J8 Skin ltiimax;uiinnmu...f Uitorsat on Bege haa alrnadv haen Inrniriiinad la tha .uui. ,. ,,. . . . : . - - authorizing tile I'ueumutio Uuu l arriuge and fower company to convert the ingle turrute I monitors Wyandotte and Nantucket iuto "lloaliug baiterios." The project, iu its tint couceptlon, does not appi ur to have attracted much attention iu the u.;vy dupurtiuout, but reoent claims aihanw d by freaideot 'J. E. Urecy, ui tno fnuu matlo Oun-Cai riaga company, have ut only aroused the livelier iniuiost. but have caused prominent ollicials to conclude that tlie question, what to do with I he old Erics son monitors, bus at last been answered. The propositi, hi now-alxiui to be ad vanced is th.' removal of tho turrets and guns from not onl.v the Wyandotte and Nantucket, but from all the single t ar reted monitors. It is pointed out that the present twelve-inch iron armor of the monitors' turrets can be pierced by projectiles from auy of the six-inch steol guns, while tlie projectiles from tho fif teen inch moz.le loading Dahlgrous of the monitors can Ik- stopped by four indies of modern armor. I'roui the fact tiiat the monitors are so weighed down that only ubout iio per ount of n serve buo.vunoy remains in their hulls, it would Im unsafe to add ad ditional weight ci mseipjcnt to strength ening the turret armor. Oil the other hand it Is pomti'd out that tlie turret of tlie old monitors can not be adopled to modern high power steel guns with any safetv to gnus or orew, from the fact that tlie revolving E ear is so likely to jum on receiviug eavv shocks. This, trouble has been eliminated in the more modern turreta, but still exists in the origiuai vessels we now have on hand. It is therefore urouoscd to nninn all this obsolete, ineilicient material and utilize the weights thus saved by put ting below the water line lneh nowuml ttiirh. M ..n .ill..., S v.n..v w. mil tiii, ailicu IHYI ICUUB. mounted upon the moat improved car riage of I ho type for disappearing guns which has been adopted bv the war de partment us the typo of carriage to be ukm tu our const ui-ieiisea. In all there are thirteen sincln turrntn.1 moniunx, which it is proposed to convert into "noatiiiii Uttl enes. Thinn vea.u are tlio Ajax, I nuuiiiuiis.C'aUkill, Jason lhin, .Mahotiac. Mauhatiaii. Montauk Valiant. vandoite. .untucket. Pas.ui.t aim i oiuallciiH. All the aliove vessels, renresenlinir an em Tfor afKr,at,' ,',w'- :,U'Sl,iio,i, are at prea ,ur eul ixiiig "in oriiiiai-y,'rniue at City d Rii I'o'nliVa.. two al the Va-,hiug(on navv- varu. one at Annapolis, uud one ut Mare Island liuiy-yaiil. Iheee vtnsels uie i lie only armored Teasels that we now mm-usi-. in u sLo.i ,,f completion, and, though of antiimaU-d tyjie. will have to Iki uoih-iiiIimI upon in case of a dcclHiHiion of war before nilii.r coast defense vessel are built. InelU cient as thuv ai-e. tlu-y must be taken care of, which ellectedut considerable expense to the navy. of clearing rue turrets Olf tho decks or these vessels, providing in lieu of their present arm i ut, luuh no were J ciin. on disapietirinu mounts, the country could have, it is claimed, within six niontlia. thirteen harbor vessels, aetnallv available, at an expenditure of aliout 5M,(..l. At the preai-nt time these monitors nave a speed not much over six snots an Hour. Arkansas Safe Hluwera. FORT SMITH. Ark.. March 20. Th circuit court clerk s ollioe at Urn-nwoml SelstHtian county, was entered bv hur. ure oaiiiniiii mgiii. out so lar as can be learned, tiiey s-oured oulv aiusi. Thar bon d a hole lu the dis.r of the vault and blew that ohii, and then oisjned the county treasi.rer's safe on the inside and secured all the niou.-v it coiiiuiucd. The county collector has Is-en at Ureenwood all week collccliiig taxes, und the thieves evidently ex peeled rich . Kd. Jiilill T. Li ater'a Will. CllirAiin. March '. -TIib will nr ,1. late John T. lo-b r w-asndraitied t. pro bate .Monclav. Mr. Mii left nn e.ial worth $t."ni,n00. This ii;op, rty goes to me mcuioers oi nis laiuuy in snout the usual statutory pniMiriiims, except as to his daughter, who recently married P. 1). Armour's son. and the ueculiar elr. cumstuuees oi wnose weuuing were said to hare helped to make Mr. Iau.t ill To her he only leaves the income on tU,lMJ. BIG FIRE AT PtORIA, ILL. Dry riiioil. Ilnuw llurneit Out th Thlr.l Ti n,, Within a Vear. Pki.ria. III.. Miin-h '.0. For the third time within a year the mnmiuolli dry guous iioumi oi l anlee, .Mills iV Cum- imnv was ruesdav morning destroyed by flic. I he lire started ubout I o'clock, and deopi v Ihe eilortsof Ilia entire lira departmin' tn save it. the large stone rout, loursinrv nun, line, wna com. iili-U-iy trutted. The loss on stock is i$WI,- o" ii v msurcii. iismou nuililiug not given. Itrlief for Parmer WAaiiisiiTiiv, March 20. -('oiiirrcsa. man I lorsev and Suite Auditor Hi aiton. of Nebraska, Monday ha I a conference with t buries I raneis Adams, of tha Union I'acilic, and inl'otmcd him of the sunerin ; or the turmers in the north west, and ow nlasl u u the exorbitant freight rales on corn for eastern market. Mr. A. lam- told the, gentlemen that ha uuu jnei returned inim una, aim knew but little of the state of ntfiiirs until Monday. tie te uirriiiihal John M inursion. of timaim, we tern miiunger of the Union I'acilic, to confer with tlie local managers of thai coloration, and with mammera of the ' hitvtgo and Northwestern railroad, in Chicago, with a view to an immi-diaie reduction of freight raU-s on corn, between the Mis oun river and Chicago, to ouo-half of preavni rates. Wisconsin Mine tin e"lr. AJUII.ANO. Ws.. Mnrch 20 Pint la raging lu I be West Vuloan mine near Nor way, since 1'ridav afternnnii. I-Viimnt.l loaso date SiO.iKiO. A party of tiv nnners were almost frozen to death, be ing Unable lo get out or to leave the hoe. torn of the new shaft, ou account of the smoke. Superintendent Kelly. Cant. Mond and lun-LV wurw tiikt.n nut lnui..,ul- uie from smoke. o fauilitic. Tongue Kwiilleu I ron, Wlil.kv. Indiana piii.m. March 20 itnnb.min Smith, who naii-owjy ecnkd sulTocat Ing last I rid ay b,v an abnormally swol len tongue, died hnn.luv niirbt' In ll. rity hospiuil of ileliri in trntnens. Hi wife died live years ago, sitico which time he has been on a nroirm ta.! ns Th swil ing of his tongue is now at tributed to alcoholic Milsnning. NEWS IN BRIEP. Condeii.atlun of liiiersailua- Item on Tiirlinia Milileets, In oslehratlim HU i'atrlek's n. In w- Vurk two ton. of shamrock wsi sold. "OldUabri.l "tha In, linn said to 1st UA fears old, dlnl Monday i Mallna, Cel. Kentuckv Wcalcran collmni will m n. moved fruni Millrrslmrg to Winchester, TIlS OolllUlltteS Miva tha world', lair will 0sui April UU, lhVil, and ,-inw chjt, DO tolluw Ing, A csaolhie ttova emlis!,! ami fillu burneil tliv. Homy llsuier, at Bouth Bend, .UIIIBIIU. Tbs New York oliaikniakara have all turned to work, th atrika havinu ban ,l Olared off. MhJ. K. D. Willett. of Carnilltnii. Mln. fell dead Hmnluy while teuulilini tils HumUr school eluaa. Henry Wilson, of New Albany, Ind bust his wife while drunk, and ws fatally stabbed bv bis nenhaw. Tbe lows soust has nsasod th bill radna. h,ui. m.mh limit iv hj a ia,r otuia. Oeorgo W, (Jnrter dlud at Eaton, Ini.. from a stroke of purulysis. He was the diss ooverer oi natural gus lu Indiana, rrault Wliur. a bead man i. n ruk. delebeu furimces, at ttisseuior, Ala., suicided with moiphiuo. itouiustig troubles tu vaustt, A 13-year old sou of a II i'1,,k,, highly resuectcd luriaer of Murium, .',( N. C., acciUeutully shot und iuatuutly luiled bis mother Mom lay. Beusltlvs Adam Fugle, of Canton, 0., has sued his belter (I) nutt for divorce because lie ignored liiin iu piissing ice cruauiuud vrnuces w uen coinaiuy was present. MporU coining from the groat tobsooo eouuiiua in wusiern .snirtn Carolina .how lust at least oin-t lur.l ut tho plants In th oeas uave Usui killed iiy tho cold weather. frank Aikon, a lii-nlie.ii.in ar vmr. nii employwl on the li-c. n-lu Central rind. un. lr.ll.ul rill. 1. 1.... ll'l.. .... ...... Hv v.. ,', ,, w, euur wain pusseu over uis issiy, cutting it, Iutwo. B -UIU Uelid, liul., la provoked at heraoir. She is go, uk to lose tlio W alwurtU and Law- renoo Aiauuliiuturiiig coinnaiir. on,, ,,i i,r largest enU-rprisos. It goes to Buy City, wiviiaii, A young girl nauml Gila Colilo eoimnit. tea suieuie at auwltoii, Tu. tsiie wu iimlmi. choly ou aocuuut of her bntra.al by a uuu wuuse uuiue aae gives in a patliutio lulur to ber pu reins. D. D. HiieiK-er. who wnvkeil tin, Ponk- County Nul ioiiol bank ol Chicago in lb77, re turned to that oity Mimduy ui'lur au abMino of tbirtw-n years in Germany. ludlutmuiits anwiiBv uiui nave oet-u slilckcu from tu oocset, out may l revived. Tb trial of a mini uauiud Morton. -iul wt wbo shot down his sou and daughtor-iu-law in ould blixsl at Miami, Man., last month, pmuu aioiiuay, i ue jury rvturnud a '"" i wi iiiNiuiiy, buu tue prisouer was oonuuiiun to Jail. Jauies H. H. Jones, the young man from PitUburg who alU-mpksl suiciiloreouutly on tbs steps ol c liurcli of tbe Heavenly li st, New York, was discharged at the pulioa oourt on tlie promise ol hu friuuds to lake nun uuck to I'lttsimrg, Professor A. Marulher, who fled to Canada train uaukisiu a intuitu uko, turns out to be a defaulter, bis law purtuer having an nouiued tliut be took with bim over $3,uuo of their clients' luoin y. I.iipior and gam bling got tbe best ol tbe professor. Buiidny im-r g at Camilltoii, Ala., MaJ. E. B. Willvtl, ., pniuuiieiit lanyer, ugisl 115, while on bis kne-sut prayer iu church was suddenly stricken with heart disouse and diwl iustautly. Maj. Willett was distin guished in his pi-ori-ssiuuaud kuowu through out AlaiNiiun. The runners of South Dakota are projiar ing to U-(;iii tholr anrlng plowing, and they state tbat Ihe ground is in much better oou tlitientliitu a year uir.i. Tho frost is almost entirely out, and several fulls of snow re cently have given tint ground sulllclent moisture to iiisare good nrnjis. Tbrse inaske.1 moi: attempted to rob Ten- nebauiii's store uear the Man Pedro copper mine in New Mesko. Joseph OUibets, a youuit man In the store yelled for help and was allot six times. He will die. The a&iaa. sina, Mbo Minus to the worst Kan of dnapora- unci in tin- territory, u u und Uave nut yet bivu enpttirtsl. Tbe ss-lid train baring th AniPiican Awoeiation or l.enenil I'liiw-iiger Agents ar. rivwl at El Cnstilli-, Mex., Monday and took aspccini tram lor the lulls ot Jtinnarntlan, wuere ii ev were !,n n ni a receptiun nud banipu-t by the governor of Jnlis,-o. These gii-ai alls ins- truly term, d the "Nincara of Jli-xie -," mnt i-1-n-.til um one of tbe greatest naiuiiu .-urioMiies ul the n-uublio. WOUNUtU 01 INDIANS. shot Dttwn by Crows at Hie Koaeuiun Mines, Near Itititeiuwi., Moil. respectable lisikiug man. with both arms luin-ri 1 i-r lielnlcssl v bv Ins side. walked info Junes drug at. ire and pur chased Minio u nil ici no. Home com ment whs made upon his injured limbs, mid he related u remarkable story, HiiviiiLT that lie was tlio victim of 1111 Indian iillael; at tho llozeinan mines, near isuzeiimn, M011., sumulive wei-ks ago. The 11 ui n suited that his nnnie was Charles lirowii, and that he was the superintendent of tlie mines. Thore mil Is-eu some disturbances hctweeu the (.'row Iutlians and tlio whiles dur ing tho last year, but for a month be fore the itll'uir took placo which de prived ISiiiwii of tlio use of his arms there Inn! been comparative pence. 1 ue (lay tnu uluu-K was mutle most of the iiiiuern had gone to the city, and til-own, with a fow others, was loft, M11ie standing outside of the mines, four Indians stepped from be hind some trees, and each seemed to choose liia mail. Tlie miners hud uo weapons and did not have time to make their ewae befoii they were urea upon, j wo or tlie num. f rank Bryan uud Charley Kcud, were killed insluiitl. v. The bullet intended for Hrown s breast missed its aim uud en tered liia right arm above the elbow. The shot that bad been meant for the fourth man, who happened to bo the son 01 ttie president or the mine, struck a projection, uud. glancing, passed through Brown's left urui, be tween tho elbow and the wrist. As sistance was soon culled from some, huts near by. and the (lend men were carried uwuy. Brown was tied to his horse, uud, with the aid of a woman, who took the lend, rode forty miles to Bozcmun. the nearest nluce where he could obtain medieul treutuiuut it was found that the bone iu both arms bud been shuttered, uud it wus ueces- sury to dike out two inches of one uud three inches of the other in order to save either of the limbs. Brown has control of the limb from bis shoulders to tiie wounded parts, 111 iiDiii wnere the bones wcro re moved his anus and bunds are limn and lifeless, Ho is on his way to a wuriuer climatii to sew if a change of lutittidu will nut ulleviule the Duin he still endures, lie is u uiau of forty years, of line physique, and. with the exception ot his crippled arms, is iu gcuuivl giiud l.eullli. lie suit! he was lliilivo if .New lurk Clt.v. and had been in Mtirbtnu only a few months lieu lliu nl tack occurred, Louisville Couriui'-Joui'iiul. I.eurnliiK to Talk al 30. 1 The stiirlcnis ut lliu College of Phy sicians und Surgeons ui-o bilking about u woiuici'iui mi 01 surgery recently performed by the magic knil'o of Dr. McHiii ney in tlio aiiiphitlieutre of Bonsevelt hospital. Huliad perfectly sloi-ed speech to a man of 116 mode dumb by an accident, uud, if the pros onl promises iu tho cuse are carried out, It may be tho menus of bringing out k uis organs to a normal suite. The tuirieul is a well known doctor of Hot-hosier, N. Y, In August, lbtiO, he wus tlirowu from a buggy, landing 011 his lieml. He was uiude uncon scious by tho blow, and when the doo tors brought bim to, it was found tbat bis right arm uud leg were paralysed, and though he could understand what was an it! to him he hud lost the power of articulation. Under medical treat ment them wus a partial restoration of the use of his ui'iu and log. but he was still dumb. lie was Uiiuily brought lo Roosevelt bosuilal and pluced in tha care of Di-s. McBurney and Starr. After long and careful study in tha case they came to tb conclusion that h was suffering from clot of blood on th bruiu. and as the Daialvsis was in the right member's It must be on tlie left side, while tlio luss of speech indi cated tliut the injury was ou the cen ter of speech. It was thus easy to lo cate tho iipiriixiiiiiile spot where the clot hud formed. Tlie doctors believed it to be due lo lliu rupture of a small artery upxm tlio speech center of the lelt lieunspliere of the brum, and an operation was decided ou. It was watched bv an eager crowd of students. Dr. McBuiuev held tha Unil'o. Tho patient was pluced under me influence ot ether. A portion of bis hair was shuved otf and a circle of the skull ubout uu inch in Uiuinetor was raised, lo the meat satisfaction of the surgeons u cTot wua found and removed, uud tbe usual appliances for uruiuage, etc., wore applied. Wo ill ef- iccu, luiiuweu tue oneruLion. Ill less than u Week the nalieot an able to speuk a few simple words like "Yes uud no," and his vocabulary is sis ill his arm undleg has eutiruly dis uppeurud. liis inuuiory seems unim paired, uud he bus uo trouble iu ez liressine j,c.lls j writing, but it is believed lie will buve to learn tn .alk ali over an-aiu like a child. The case will be watched with a good deal of interest, iew X org Ueruld. A l.luo Tamer lu Peril. Fezou. tilt) Paris lion turner, hnahnd another narrow escape. He was ex- liibitingC'oralio, a redoubtable lioness. at Brussels, when the animal o-uve liiin a stroke of her puw ou the left arm. Pl-zoii whipped her and Hxed her with his eyo, but the brute re treated, only to make a sprint? on her owner, who was kuocked down bv t In bound, although he tnutiucvd it, i.nhl thelionevibvtliotlii-o.it. until she vv le dragged uway by the kcr,M-i-.s. in. turner escaped with iniiiries in In urnis and legs. I'orulie has iilrcad uttucked Pezou's bi-otiuu-iii-liiw a.ii, two other persuim. - London Teh- graph. Lllilus a lliver. A triuninli of ciiciueerinir is i-eiun-i ed from fjulifurmu in tlio lifting of the reamer nvi-r, u lust uuwiiig stream, fifty feet, ami cuiTvinir it for mora than hulf a mile, iu an artificial bed. ut that height uImivo its old channel. It has been accomplished iu little less than a vein-. Tlie object wua to drain the river ni-i i- Oreviilc. in order in reach tlie i lc!i jr-dd iexisit believed to exist in its b d. New York L'-mi mercial Adverts Worked I.Ike a) Charm. Briulficld's Female Krcul.-itor worked like a charm; improvement Ix-cu wonder ful; cannot express mv gratitude. Wish every lady nlllicted winilil try it. I know it would cure them. Mrs. I.i i.a A. Lose, Spring drove I'la. rite The Hradlic III Keg. Co.. At aula. Ga lor particulars. Sold bv nil drug gists. IIXJOYS Both tlie metlioil nml results wheu Syrup of Figs is taken j it is pleasant ami refreshing to the taste, ami acts ently yet promptly on the Kidneys, uivcr and JJowcIs, cleanses the sys tem cllectuiilly, dispels coltls, liesd- nclies ami levers find cures liabitiml coiiHtipation. Syrup of Figs is tlie inly remedy ot its kind ever pro- ; 1 need, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action nml truly lienelicinl iu its elll-cts, prepared only from tlie most heiilthy Hint agreeable substances, its inniiv excellent (iiiulities couinieml it to all and Imve made it tbe must popular remedy kuowu. rsyrun of r iirs ih tor sale in 6ic and 81 bottles bv nil Icmling drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on haiul will pro cure it promptly Tor any one who wishes to try it. Do no', accent anv substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SM.V IHANCIHCII, (HI. imuaviaf. rv. at mnn, n.f Nothing Succeeds LIKE SUCCESS. The rt-Hfttn KAHAM'H M ICKOMK K I I.I.KK l the nuiHt wniidrti'iil itird Ulnr, 1 tirt'nuHc it tin m-vt-r fnilt-d In nnv tn KtiiiHT, no miittrr whnl ttir illm-nit't Irum Llil'. KtiSY to Ihe ninipltNt diKCiiHr known tothi'bu mn nytitrin. Thr i'irntiflc mm of to-Hiiy r I n 1 tn unit pm vo thnt I'Vtry dim cn nc It ChuhccI by MlcroUcH RA0AM'S MICROBE KILLER ftatertn-nntta till-Mlt-rolit-M mid ilrfvi-a them out of Uu- syaU'in, and when that la dour you cannot Imve nn ache or pain. No unit-tt-r w hiit thr dlaenai-, wtii-tlirr a simple vn.i- .u Malaria Fever or a i-niuliltiatlon of ilia- ruaea, wi- ein-i tlu-m all nt tin- .erne time, ns we treat ull dlarnm-a conatlttltiie ally. sihniii, Consumption, Cutmth, Iron chitis, Klifiiiiiiitinin, Kid my 11 ml Liver Uiscnsv, Cliills uud I'cver, I'cmuk Trmihlcs, in nil its liirmt, nml, in iict, every IHsviae known to tint Human System. BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS, Are thnt our Triide-Mark laiiine us uhove) apiwara un verb Jug. Send for book "lllatury of the Microbe Killer," friven awuy by J. 8. GRANT, Pb. ., Mole Aaent, Aahevllle, N. C. aovlT dly tu Irl sun MISCELLANEOUS. MACK, STABLER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP PERFECT FITTING FINE CLOTHING 109 & in Went Third St., Cincinnati. For Sale by all Leading Clothiers. junS2 d3m Anneville, N. C. P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO., Munulncturcra and IH-ulcrs in all kinds of Drcsacd LUMBER, Door, Satin, Blinds), Mouldiiiifta, Stairwork, Mantels), Bank and Bar Fixture!, and all kinds) of Building Material. Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty. nov 1 ill; v Telephone No. a6. FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON, Dealers In Mr all Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers, Faints, Oils and Varnishes, Maaury'a Mixed Paint, and Colore. French and Americas We krrp In stock St. Louiaand Kentucky Lead. MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY, -euccnssoKS to SHEPARD, MANN JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO NO. 37 PATTON AVENl'E, Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers And Undertakers. pit I'rutupl ntu-ntion Kivrn to ull urdt-ra. day ur niKht. Chicago & Alton R.R, FA8TK8T HOl'TU TO KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST Atttirviilv to KnimnM City In 37 houni. Anlifvillf to Ik-nvtr in ! hoitrn. Awlievitlr to San l-'niiiniico, Cullforuin, find I'l.rtifitwi, iiri'Kon, in o on vs. Knlid Vfitilmlrd Trninn St. I. null to Kim hhh City. Kt'i-llnintx chuir cur fn-e. For lull inforuiutiou cull on or write to B. A Newland, iitrli't PnntttnutT Actnt. No lo I'atton Ave, Atlicvillc. N.C. J. C'MAKLTON. (). A., ChUiiKO, 111. TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. Palacc Stcamck. Low Rati. Four Tnp. par Wak U.la-K a DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND PcttMltoy.Hiiuli Ht Man, and Lata Bunm W Porta. Mwmry Wk Day B)twrn DETROIT AND CLEVELAND atrial Him4ay Trip, during Jun,, Jul)!, Auf .tf U.J h4. Doubl Dally Lid. B.wnmi CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH. 0'in illustrated' pasphlt-i Uauaaud Kx.-unil nTtrk. a it 11) h tihcd bv your Talk-- Airnl. pr.(id-w. t. B. WHITCOMU. 0. P. .. Dtr -r . h Detroit and Cleveland kteam N:i. Co. maylH $2.99 Shoe. Por urntlrmrn. A iicrfrct ihnr nt modfrntr rout. Try n pnlr or our niHvltiHim In $tvntit- mt-n'aftiot wrnr. nt JiVuti, $4.0U, :t.n, f'J.tMi, $y.nu nd fit.tto. livery pnlr wnrrnntrd. H nmlnr our niM-clnlticw for Indtm nt f4,oo, a.IM. f'J.nd nml $1! no. unrxccllcd for com fort, iltirnhlllty nnd wtylr. I nuiHt on hnvlnu the oriiriunl M. A. rnrknrd A Co.'H Mhoc. The smulnr hnv? our niHinn on btittom of rmh it hoc. tWnt pompnid to nnv pnrt of thr i . H. on receipt of firicr, M. A. VacKAKI) tk CO.. Urock tun Mom. For mile lu Anhcvlllrhy h. Ri;nwooi & co auk 1 ro HruoM iu wc In Tjvuxruvuiruvutjiruiruvu-i. irHHW' is ids ' Near Paaaeuger Depot. Window Glaes, both febSdly All vyca lilted and fit STnaranli-cd. A coin pine stock of the above goode at GRANT'S DRl'G STORK, i' SOLT1I MAIN 8TRBET. riiiillta' 1'rciu.Tiptluua a aicclalty. acp3 dtim A CARD. Bdltur Aehcville Citiicu: Tbat our many friend, may know bow wc are sitlluu on we will atute that we took In In Hotel anu Store 9,000 lii Vive Wceka. Took In tuat Kuturday over $7o0. 7S of that waa hotel, balance ature. Hotel rcaie. trn-d 23 that ilny. Had 6,1100 arrlvala In S month.. Our nt. ck la mammoth 300 feet lona nnd IB feet wide. Tell the balance of tbe world to come and are "Old Ched" eoillc, and buy Kooda of us und auve 10 to 3S per cent. nov in .Ii . R. CIIUIIKKTRR an 10 WEAK MET) BiinVrtni from tha ffeta of yontbful rran. rlr doc.y, WMttnit WMkniHM, loat muihnott, to I tIU nnd valuu1 tnuiMUfwlMli oonuiolnf fttll pnirtian(..r homcur FREKof ebarg A pleadtd mediMl work i hnultl b raad by wry tota who ii nwroua and deLtlHtMod. Addrat Prof. F. C FOWLER Hoodiu. Cma novft 1rT W 1 T Street Car Schedule UfglnnliiK at H.S3 a. m. lindlng 10. 00 p. m. Cnr Ir n vet Mouure for Drooteverv hour and hnll htur. CnrUnvcn Hrpinrr for MHkr't, Doubledny nnd Cniiin l'nttoii7 uiinutca atlcr cb taour und half hour. Cnr Iftivm Melke'i, I'ntihk.'ar and Camn I'ntton 7 iiiiuuti-a before each hour Miid buu hour. Kt-hrdulr enm connect at Rquarr. Trnin cnr tue tn everv trniu. Uam vallk al. lowcil ench pnnnritKer. I IIU AHIIItVII.UU BTKUBT RY. CO. JANU FOR SALU. In nunmnnr of thr nrnvUlonsi nt written eon trnt't eiecutrd hv and twt ( the under tutted ami lohn ttrntr.-M n tm fit dny of Octoher, IhhJ, and on account of the fntiu nitii re of mild John Hnma and of hil itMiKiire, I, H. MatTtR, o comply with th coti ditioif eon that oi mm contract, and nndinff aiu-r uuinK urent oamnice and commltilnc w aaie on aalil lanil ania llrown haa aaalaned hia interrat therein to J. II. Kama, I ahall . poa to .ale at public auction for ea.b at the court houae door In the city ol Aehrrllle at IJo'rlot-k im-mllan, on Nlnnda, the Blet dayorMnnh. lHuo, the tract of land oa which thr aaid John llrown haa herctofi ire rt ahlcd. lying ml the wrat aide of the frrnth liroad liver and lK-twern anid river and the Oorman hridtte road and the Turkey creek road, aitloiiilHii the lamia of W. W. tmlth, Newton owcnliy nud others. For more par llnilnr dracrlpllou rrlcimce la made to the dcrd rerordrd in Itnok 41), pasra la, 127 and 1 UN In the Kcslatcr's otHcc of Uuucombe couutv. mnradltla KICIIMONO FBARtON. TUB LAKOUBT AND BUST BUPIPFBI) IN TUB SKIUTH. CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORItk or II. C. Woltcreck & Co. CON.t'LTINO CIISMIaT N0 MININO SNOIKSSaS. Analyaes of Metala, Ores, Coal or Coke, 141. cral Waters, Ferlillacrs, etc. PRICB LIHT ON APPLICATION. Mlnlna- nrnperty Invretlgated, devfloped, bouaht and aold. , CorrraiHindrnce anllrlted. Ramplca can be arnt by mail or .intra. Ii .cnt hy eapreaa, charge, mint be prepaid. , AenU wanted In .very place. Chmnoog-a, Tcnu. . . . DR, B. C. WOLTCRIICK, auvfl dsiwl w MaMtrar.