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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1890.
Government Employes Hay Soon
HavjpJo ! Work ftnt Eight...
Favored By the Congressional
Committee on Labor. i
It IMIm.llH OhmimI Caa Wall
Afford to Sat u EsanipL at Ubarallty
to tba EMI World tjr Allowing
It. Labora th. ton Bean ut Work
Mow Ol I ' ';
Wa.iiWOIOK, att; Ma BM.,
from the coin ru It tea oa labor, hoi re
ports with aoma oents
th bill oooatltatlay JM boon t day'
work"fbr all UborOs ttrptared by M
In a report oo tb bU . ffc oommltte
atato tbat IL uu8Wn of (hortcntna
the hour of JaboC'U bJntf considered
th world over, aa4 b (bo main th
workmen have inccedi) W bavlag the
hour rulured. - TH omtlhtea tSukj
the no,Truin cava wll aUorl to set an
example of I
unaiiniy w wv ri 01 mo
I nci'iirrt the aama hours to it
world and i
laborer a it doe lb Its Olerka. It In
ttauvanaaj rn mv w a w
recommended that tha bill
8N0LISHMEN NOT IN IT.
rb stock or th Big Oa Tml ! b
Plaord With Ara.rlean bralm -
Puoaueu-iiia, July IB. All the $50,.
000,000 of the 'stock of tho Araoricun
Oa Investment company, one half of
which wu to have been In England,
and the remainder in this country, will
now be disposed of in the United Btatoa.
The reuwin tor the change in the placing
of the stocK Is said U bo due to the
Iealoiu Irickorlngs of two faction in
..ondon, euoh uf wtyea eought to con
trol the stock allotcd to tho English
Sir Julian Goldsmith, of London, was
at the bead of affairs in London, and
had organized the United States 6ns
and Light company, limited, for the
purpose of subscribing for the iS,0GG
000 of stock. The Farquar-Ortsp party
wanted to be responsible for the stock,
and Jealousy caused the scheme to drop
through. All the directors of tho En-
Sliah oouipanv have resigned, and now
i etock will be placed here.
The leading projector of tho com
pany, all well known capitalist of this
itr. who Dad already suosennea lioavi.
It. held a conforence, and all agreed to
double tneir subscriptions. One bank
ing firm which had airrued to take 00,.
000 promised to rake donblu that
amouut, and it is thought that within a
few days the total amount of the En
glish allotment of f.'.iJ.oou.OOO will be
LETTER FROM MULDOON.
He Call. Sullivan a Coward, and Offer,
to Hock KIlralB Against lllm.
New Yobk, July 13. -William Mul
doon baa written a lftter Jto The World,
in which he scores John L. Sullivan. Ho
say that tho big pugilist recent out
break against him was prompted by
Jealousy. Too much praise was given
th trui'nrr t suit Sullivan. Ax to his
having wiaraM to turn state's evidence
he says that the ttry is a lie. He denies
that Hnllivnn paid him 4,000 for train
ing him- He ulo calls him an ingrute
Ho lava tlmt Sullivan la a coward;
that after huving announced that be
would wipe the ground up with bis
trainer he left for the east. Muldoou
waited for Uiin for throe days, but he
did not put in an arpvurance. AfcUdoon
ay he will back Kilralu against Sulli
van, and that he will put the former
Into the ring wishing iu.1 pounds, and
that he will M i,JiXi that Kilrain will
win the fight in lest time than it took
Sullivan to win the hut one. He say
there will be plenty of numev In uch a
fight, as Kllraln cm get liarkura for
IU,ooo. and Mr. Luke Short, of Fort
Worth. Tex., offers a biff purse, and
will also get the ll(vn from the atute
to allow the n;ht to tnko place without
I'nltad Srutaa War V.Mel. Ordered to
WihiuxuTwN, July 18. Information
ha been reeelvrd at the navy depart
ment thut trouble Is imminent botwi-vn
bulvadur and (iuaUmala, arUIng out of
th receut cUanijo iu the government of
th former country. It being thought
advlsabl to have oin American ves
sel near at band, order have been
Issned for the United Stat wt earners
Hanger and Thetis, now at !u Fran
cisco, to proceed at onoe to the west
coast of Central America.
Thus vessels will nut b expected to
Interfere in tho trouble between the
two Countries, ex.'ept so far A may be
necessary for the protection of Amer
ican interests and to aitord a place of
refuge to American aiibjecte in case it
should be reiiiired.
A BRUTAL FARMER.
A talr of llnnva Kpt Tied In a fttanl.
fur Nine Taare.
Qosni:, Tnd., July 10. .Tame A.
Jacobs, a prosperous farmer, living near
Lawrence, Mich., nine years airo, 1
came provoked at a pair of uno Norman
colls and shut thnm np on a hard tlior
in his stulile. vowing that they Aioold
never sti'p out of the stall again. All
these year he has kept them tied up,
never olice allowing thera outdoor exer
vise. Nona of the neighlKir dared in
terfere on account of Jacobs' violent
temper aud InHuentlal position. The sher
iff bus now stepped in and pmiuisee to
make it warm for Jacobs, The hoofs of
th horse have grown out and their hair
is long and gray. They can scarcely
see, and are thin and wan.
Bum, Mont., July 8. Th printer
on Tho Miner left their coses Thurs
day, and demsudrd th dlrhrge of
Galley and Hall, telegraph editors, aud
Kluune. proof reader, because tho men
were objectionable. On being refused
they went en a ilrlk. Th matter has
been referred by wir to Arbitrator
Pond, of Indianapolis.
flniobod a Ct-artl as tba Scaffold.
Bikxinobax, Ala., July 18. In th
jail yard at 18:49 p. m. Friday, A If.
Couxir, colored, was hanged for the
murder of Jeff. Conger. He ennfemed
hla guilt and said he was ready to die,
aud smukod a cigarette until the black
cap was drawn over hi face Ilia neck
I waa broken by th fall.
rla roared, If tba f oiaa Diseeaaloa I Kept
I up la Houlh Carolina,
Oil.t'Miiu, H. 0., July 14. If the pro
gramme In carried out, th people of the
' stain will have three more week of nxl
hot Joint dinciiaslon between the leaden
of the two faction iu Month Unrollim.
It ha been suggested that thoao meet
ings be discontinued. Hampton . and
other IioliiiH-fntio lender In Washington
are niiprvlivnsivo that, if oontlnued, tliere
will be serious tronblo. '
' It Is re)i ted that t 'ongroasman Ooorne
V. Tillumn .la ieabd IhaA- iiarglH'r
will lie killexl atxrniafjf Hhfa rhAetlilgs,
and it W Hiiid that he has advised him not
peak) at tnl tatortlife'aVUrkulAfrg,
This is the home of Jurtgu Izler, who naa
lawn charged by Tillmun with living
"tlince a perjurer, ami unni 10 aunoie
isterthe laws, it is doubtful, however,
if Dim monriitLnt rifin Km Ht4lDoed. . The OD-
pieition toTilliiuin belluv they are gain
ing Htrongui, ana ruiinaa wiu notuenun
thefleM. - ' ,
The convention of r rulny is expecteu
a lu.tir imii..liu. fruir.. It is said that
important executive uction will ls taken
by all authorized power wnicn win nuvo
a most linporlunt Iwaring on the cam
paign, mil its nature cauiua "v ihwhj
iiulilie now, It can be stuteil, how ever,
if li I. .. iri i. il lutxi uiIueL it will be
tho means of practically deciding the
nlll IH'lore Hie nouiiiumiis,
As matters stand now, South Carolina
is having the bitterest campaign known
l.u l.iwt..... ..ii.l Im.i li factions claim
Bf be of pure and undented deiuocrucy I
The City nf lirnawlrk, ih., Loses :MMI,ooo
Worth uf I'ruiirrly.
PliVXwicK,(lu., Jnh 14. A destruct
ive Uro stnitel ulsuiit 3:'lo o'chsk Sunday
uiteiiioon. and raged with devoiinng
flirv till niore than UiO.UOII worth of
liro'pertv had Is-en wiied out of existence.
The lire originated iu tho coal warehouse
on liitllelleld - Co.'s wharf, and spread
tiK.ng thu liv for Mis ks. On the wharves
were immense cargoes of turpentine uud
rosin, which uuido the tire intensely hot.
The Hie department imicklv found il
elf unable to co.e with the liaiiies. aud
Savannah was tele:;raphinl to for help.
A special train soon landed thoSavanuali
deparlmeiit here, and, by heroic eltoits,
t lie lire wa under control by ll o'clock.
luirv .maiitities of grain, hav, gns'o
ries and lupinis weru ci n-utued. Many
lairreUof turpentine and thousands of
'mrrels of rosin were buined. Had it
:iot Ueti that the wind changed, the
Ocean house, The Times buildaig, and
i" alualile stores would have been
i- repoitid tliat three men were
aimed to death. Several were pros-
: rated I'V heat. The tow n is under mili
ary guard. It is impos-ible to estimate
lie li i-.se!., accurately, ''"I at least, if not
:oore than f iio.oiiii worth of pio rty
i l'en destri.ved. The origin of the
flxeli nut known.
The I'lilllhlHii- ; iiieiiien of Nurlh
HiAlil.'iTTi'.. N. i ., J.dy li. Mii-klen-liiircoiintv.
the home uf 'both S. It. Alex
ander and llam C. June., the regulars"
candidi t s. has Is cn watched asa pivotal
ptiint. Jones, however, has just with
drawn intavorof Alexander. Ilia letter
is a bitter tiiude airainst Alliance nielli
.sis. Fainu rs hold their own. and do
nut fine for Alexanders methods.
The Alliance organ's light against Sen
ator Vance will make a hot cant a nil
over the state. Vance ha mapped out
the course, it is s dd, and as he is a can
didate to -un itsl himself ill the 1'nited
States senate, be will lie coniHllcd to
reconcile the farmers or throw up the
-poiige. The Alliancemeii of North Car
olina are on top, and intend to stay there,
l'liey now talk of supporting Col. I'olk
in preteiei i'.- to Vain e. If this move
ment elu v-talii-s. it is more than likely
that Seniitut Vinai' will lie clis-lisl to
-lav nt home. I'olitieiiins. when they
so far Inraet tlieir on n ilileresls, :is did
"mice w hei: delied the Alliain emeii,
.ire apt to in, ui tlie auimo-ity of thu
-oti of toll, nrd w In n the time comes to
-mint out Ihe von-, i'"'1 1'iev are f I."
The oiMle-' eio-t CaiiM-s ihe
Teillile to l.yncll llllu
Ki.Mi: H A young
1,-uly w ho taiiKht si'lasd ulsmt six miles
from In re. sent one of her pupils the
duimhtcrof a geutli man living close t.i
the schiHil -to tlie n-iiirf for water, as is
tlie custom. A ileum I ov wo plowing
iu a Held el to the spring path, ainl
-eeihif the child, who was milv alsnit
tl vni old, puss to the spring, left his
plow and secreted hiitisvll m ar the path,
iieninil li stump, and as Hip little cirl
wu-returniiiir with the water lie iuens'l
out nnd M'itsl her. She screamed at the
ton Lit her voice, and the negro ran.
The lather of the uirl s..n beard
of the atrair, ninl he and his nciglilnir
soon bad the negro ill rustisiy. Alter
nailiire debls ration, it was divided th:it
liiiping was the Isst punishment, and
they ut mice proceeded to whip him. lb'
received su li a Ihrashui f that be will
never foiget. mid u told that if lie ev er
attempted siieii a thing again, he would
not Is' whipl. Sane ot the cili.eiis
were in favor of iMicliing him.
The liiliiiman rather.
ItAWit.t r. Vn., July 1 1. Iliifus Hen
iiett. a white man 4il years old, wasar
pvtiil in this city for all outrngeiuis as
sault 0"'ii his I H-venrnild daughter Alice,
hho cruiiua'd for help, when he drew a
knife and cut her across the throat. The
wound is u bad one, but it U Iiomi.I that
it w ill n-J prove fatal. The sberilf has
ti Inhuman father In cnstisly. Tlie
genenil opinion is that he should In?
lynched, end there fa no telling what the
poopla w ill do. F.velteinetit la high.
A Neitm Murderer Arrested,
Atiii:nh. Ira., July 11. llob ll.irth.i. a
negro, has Ins'ii arrested iitnl Hslged in
Clarke conn'. v jail. He wan trapieil iu
f laniels store. In this place. This ncuro
killed a voiing w hite man mimed Kap
luill. in Wt 'gbtsville, last March, and has
In-en at llU'ity ever since. A large re
ward wns otTcred for his arrest. It was
I .I.... t.n ...nu l U.L.
leamisi UliO in- " mi oiiiilT,
nnd Chief Oliver, assisted hv Otlleers
MaKveiind Misin, capturwl him.
Kilted while Leading a Wagon.
ltd HMiiSli. Va.. July 14. C, I', l'ol
laid, foreman of the Chesapeake and
Ubioshom, w as crushed to death by a
heavy truck, which got away from the
men while Isdng loaded ou a wagon, and
rolled on him.
Application fur I'aiulona.
WAfniWiTON, July l.-Th applica
tion for pension under the new pen
sion law are being received dally at th
rnmsiun nfllca. The volume is increasing
from day to day. It I estimated that
sltout UO.lKsj applications hav already
amallpna at Laredo
Nkw YrHR, Jalj 18. A Ban Antonio
mat'ial to The Herald says that many
deaths from smallpos have occunsd at
Laredo, aud that th pidmlo I in-
KnwYong, July 18. One hundred
and twenty Mormon proselytes arrived
Thursday on th steninihip Wisconsin
from Liverpool and proceeded at one
One tliindrad anil Slslr-Hrih ttmj.
In the senate Th silver di bate was
eontliiurd by Messrs. Morgan, Call, Llolpli,
Teller and Mitchell. The oonferenos re
port was adopted HB to SO party Vote,
aud the senate adjourned.
In the bouse Motions and roll sails
preceded th reading of th Journal, and
speeches followed on It amendment. Th
onferrue report on th dlplomaUo and
consular and th agricultural appropria
tion bills wer adopted. To laod tor
faltiir bill waa considered until adjoura-
A 'ew CompHcatlon of tbe Lot
Which May Cause Its Pro
moters Serious Trouble.
Ia All VrobabtUty MM Wkmlo Qaeetlon
of Leglslutie and Oaoomaturlal Action
Will IU Throws lato CouvaTb Legis
lature la Vhroafk Wltb It Tho Voople
Blust Npeok Now.
Kkw Ohlkans, July 13, A new com
plication of th lottery question ha
cropped up which threatens to give the
promoters uf the acheiu etoas trouble,
After tho bill tor the submission uf the
alorris proposition had passed both
house by tho requisite two-thirds ma
jority the bill waa sent to th goveruor
endorsed "Kir protnalgation."
His excellency returned the bill with
the rawest that to should be indorsed
'for approval. As the measure hud al
ready passed both bouses with a ma
jority aufncteut to pae it over the gov
eauor'a ve'o, the luajorrty did not thick
the approval of th goveruor was In any
way necessary to make It become a lawi
but cohf'-Vrlng the matter a trivial oilt,
they ridded to ha eiflelleney'a demand
und retui-ued the bill to him Indorsed aa
(ioverunr Kicholla retained the bill in
his possession aa long as he could
legally, and then returned it with a
veto, 'ihe house of representatives
passed it over his veto by a two-thirds
vote, last Thursday, and yesterday the
matter rntiw up Iu tho senate. Here
the illness of lion. J. Fisher Smith, of
Sabine parish, left the lottery people
one vote short of the two-thirds majori
ty. It waa pr opo-cd by Senator Smith,
in a ietter. that the senate should ad
journ to his room at the hotel and dis
cuss the imtter thcro, but the legality
of snch a move wiut questioned, . ml the
attendant physicians said that a meet
ing of the tenure, in Senator Smith's
sick clamber would prove fatal to biut.
At a Site hour V educ-iday uveidug the
(jnestkin of the power of the governor
to veto the mea-niro waa submitted to
the judiciary coiujntttee, and they re
potted that the governor's approval waa
not necessary to the legalization of the
measure, and that it could be properly
promulgated without his consent.
Thursday aflernoou at 8:80 o'clock Sen
ator Smith died, and as this is this last
day of the sessinh, it is presumed the
irtiostiou will U'f.u. ght out in tbe courts.
Now the IVoptw Must tipoah.
Daton Ro'-'ik, La., July 13. At a
late hour Wednesday night tlie honso
received a mve age from the senate, re
turning the lottery bill and veto there
on, in according with tho report of the
state jndicinry coinmittoH.
The house pa-ed a resolution concur
ring with the senate, and instructing it
clerk to deliver the lottery bill to the
eucretarv i f state for promulgation.
This ilt'iinte of tbe lottery question
as far as tlie li hlature is concerned.
The Jrtt ayune editorially says: "The
rljiht of the governor to veto prnoscd
amendment to the constitution has been
formally denied by the general assembly
of Lvui.-iaiia. We believe that this de
cision is solidlv ha ed upon tho constitu
tion." I.rrlslatnre Adjouma.
At ll-M TMinvl.iy night tho legisla
ture udjoiinieJ slue die. Among the
bills sigueU by the governor was the
special cur bill, similar to tlmt of Slift-su-idppt,
reiiuirlng all railroad compa
nies to furnidi e.Ua4 but nepju-nte ac
coiniufslations for white aud colored
KILLED AND CUT UP.
Man llutehervil hy Two Women at LVvM'a
Like, N. Iuk.
St. Patl. July !:. A Ptoneer Prss
special from Devil's Lake, N. Dak.,
says: Agties b.il Iwin, a notorious pros
titute, murdered Thursday olio John
Kinney ut her hoineste.id across the
bay, aud ch -pped Ins lsuly nluiost to
pieces. She was arrested. Shu con
fesses rbo kuockiHi hiui dow n and kill. si
liitu, then pris-ee.led to cur him up.
She cut off his bend aud leu.i, and
buried Ids bnlv in a gunny sack. The
muideresa and a companion, another
harlot, are nw lu Jail.
Crops a I allure lu liklnliomi.
TeKKA, K in., July la. -Fourteen
families of col rvA pi-oplc have just re
tmntsl from ':lahimi toTos-ka. Tlioy
say th'U inciyililng la burning uji there,
aud thut llio bcttleia are h aving as fast
as thoy enn g"t away. Parties from
Towka, who have recently lieen through
Oklahoma, coidinu these reports. Crops
there will In. almost n total failure. A
dispatch from Kujg 1 isher. I. T., says a
heavy rnln (til there Thursday after
noon, succeeding nearly a month of dry
weather. Growing crops have been
greatly damag"d by the drouth, and the
rain oauie ton kite to do any good lu a
great many places.
Ihe President Aeeepta.
Cabmsif, Pa., July 18. Th Na
tional Grangers' exhibition, which Is to
be held at Williams (trove, this county,
commencing Aug. 41, promises to be th
largest exhibition ever held in it his
tory. Col. H, II. Thomas, of Mochan
icsburg, Ms-reiary and general manager,
has already received a large nutatier of
letters of acceptance from public men,
and Thursdav h received a letter from
President Harrison, who promise to b
kiresent if ismslMo;
A I'litle thief Suit-Idea,
Rcx.'Kr-OHii, 111.. July 18. Chief of Po
lice Albert W. Webb shot and killed
himself Thursduy night. Tho suicide,
It 1 raid, wu prompted by a desire to
scape disgraoa. Webb had committed
forgery and it had been discovered.
The shooting was done in the court
room and two shots were fired, the des
perate uiuu lulling m revolver In each
bund, and evidently hied slinnlUue
ousljt, soudlng two bullets hito his
A llehrlng Sea fluraor.
Ban PnANcitun, July 18. A letter re
ceived from Victoria status that the gen
rid opHnion prevails there fhat two
fleet of Balling craft have been fitted
for tho Behring sea, armed and equipped,
to aid the llrltlsh sailing vessel to resist
capture by th American revenu cot
ter. rested th senate.
Wahhimutun, July 18. Tm ronfer
euce silver bill passed the senate Thurs
day by Utf Kuptiblicuu yeas ajfulast 80
The Unlly CllUcn.
Is nlwnys alive to the Interest ol
Aslievillc nnd it pciiine.
Is tho most popular advertising me
dium In North Carolina.
Is rend by n grenlcr numlicr of jmiplc
than uny other secular paper in the
Is nlwnys filled with the choicest rend
ing mutter nf the ilnv.
Hoarding' houses fill their rooms by ad
vertising in the C'mzHN.
News, uud nil the news, ninkcs the ClT-
I'MM a gcmral favorite.
No retail merchnnt ever made n great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Citizun pay
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
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ODDS AND QNDS.
A dumb womuu at Martha't Vino
yard ownsuml uiuimges a small schoon
er, living In It with a kitten and a ling
Nowfoundlund dog for Vmupuiiy, Stia
supMirtM herself by llshiug mid lior lob
stor pota, and by peddling tlireiul nnd
buttons aixl such email wurtH along tlw
iMMwt wlion tho fishing swusm Is vor.
Among the, vurious eluuity fxiolothis
of Moscow tliere is one fur the endow
nion of poor hrldos. Tho funds of thp
scioloty are oonsWui fly bioroasrd by too
gifts or lnsjuests nf benevolent poTSVins,
'jut inily thn liitwst of the tiioney Is
,iixl for the ileslgiiuted piirHMi.
Tho enlilo to coniiiv't llalirax with
Ih-riuiida Inks roiudnsl the latter place.
Its ItMigth Is H74 iiilhw. mid tliroiirliinit
it Is of much greater weight limn lias
hitherto brnui usisl. A cnrofiil survey
of the bed of the in'ean will l' liiaile,
so hh t discover the most sgltaldo jsisl
thm for the enldo. Tlio tiiiamtuiv at
dlllorent depths will ut the miiiio time
pnsvsa for niarlilei7ing silk plush
witlmiit pressing or eiulnisslng it has
bivti discovered. My this pr ss the
Hejlit nnd ilark etTis-tsnm roversi'il when
hsikivl nt from upsisit points. The
IllllSIl Is nicely preserved uud 1'S not
give, the iipHiimiir of having been
wet, us shown In mill,' gixsls of this
Tliere are sixty-four churches of the
l.'linrell of Kliglauil, hoshles tluise of
other deiioiuiriatioiis, within a ipi.-irler
of a mile of St. f'a ill's catlli'dlal. Most
of tlieui have inure Keuts than tliori-nre
residents in tlie pnrisli. Many of the
clergymen live fur from London, (hie,
whoso Income Is il.U'it) a year, luus not
vislNsl Ills parish for fourteen yeiirs.
If Is said that there nro rlilrty live
kinds of granite In Maine, ciudi of
which posses-sin distiiictive cluiraeter
latliw n'lnlily rccogulicd by worUuien
nsipiatutt'il with inoiiiimeiitnl uud
Initling ntntHw. Then' nru all eliiule;
of what are termed white granite, the
most Is-iiiitlful of whk'h la the Hal
lowell, together with the rs griuiito of
liiil Hcnch and the black granite of
'The PuMlon Piny" at Oln r-Aiu
mergaii was "ilisenvi-nil" by Knirlish
men In iK'ii), when two Oxford fellows,
wis were Mtuylng nt Ihul I iiilst-Iu,
luiinlufit I iy elianeo arid dis-ided to
N pn-sent. Tlioy loet no time In ile
scrililug it to tliHr friends hi Oxford,
iu ui lKsin Stonley, then mi O.vforil
tutor, visited the play ami wrote a de
scription, which uiadu it well known.
A thciitroplmim Iiiik lieen sot up in
Puris. whereby inTsoiiH at a distance
can hear the Mrforiiiuuo nt nny par
f juilar the.-itre or mtm-rt. At present
tho apparatus only comiiainlc.'itea with
one houw, the Noiiviiiutos, but It Nill
ain.111 ta- oxtvuilisl to nil the tin atn-s
nnd halls, uud eoiuns't.sl with tlie chief
hotels, cIiiIm uud ri-taiiraiits. I!y
dropping half ll franc into a slut (nsiple
will Im provided with live minutes' en
trtuliiuienf, n loiigiT lieariiifr being
charged In proirtiou.
The larynx of the great tenor inyiirre,
wlm dlisl pot long ago lu Madrid, was
rviiiovcd after hindonfli, and was found
to In- of such s-iiliar foriuatioii tliat
it will probably lie prmorvisl in sonic
Spanish liiu-' iiiu. liayani' n-eelved
fl.-KMl A night In openi, the larpt s: I
nry iw paid a tenor, nnd his foitu a
Is estlliiutiil nt fWKl.tliKI. Ho wos tin
son of li blacksmith and u uniiine n
workman when Ills voice lr.-t iirtiMCt -d
nttentloii. nnd lie was only 40 veins oi.i
wlim lie died.
Tire vntli-nti Is garrisoned by u coin
pony of eighty gendannes, Ineliidl-.:
olllcom, uud by il coi'iutuy tif M'leuty
11 vo Swiss guards. The pos lias id; o,
for state oeriisious, Ids pupal gu.-ir-l-,
cmtnpiHsl of tormer olllcers lu the s 0
tUlenl army, and the guanlii noliile, or
iyrjis is gentlemen nt arm.-. 'l'ln;se last
two corps serve (.Talis, but the gen
dunues nnd the Swiss guanl luive to la
paid nt the rate of nlsiiit sixty ii'iithnes
n man mt day, besides la lllg lislged,
fed nnd clotleil.
Held ITI-iners l,y Khi-trlrlt)-.
A marvelous vnm- nf clis'trieiil par
nlysis Isn-porte . from tlie Hosiner road,
near In'lqsirt, and It takes tho (slge
off most of the fictitious HtorlfHof light
ning's freaks over told, Thu house of
Joaper Hrov.ii waa thu scene of the
phenomenon. Tin- oleetrk'lty wiut mi
strong thut tho air was luminous npd ui
A distliK't Mm) color. Tliimgh there
was no lump Imriilug lu the houso every
person mid every article could lo out
lined hi tlio (sTuloan atinosplien' as II
through a hare; great Imlla of stelin
Urn, such as Is sometime ses'ti on (lit
rlggtug of sliln, played and daneisl
ubout the fiirnitiire, now s'n-lilng npoii
the biu'k of chairs, now sliding easily
along the mantel top, now skating Uf
and down tlio chandeliers.
TImi family wvre no frigliU-iiixl that
they could not ssdk. Tlw chsvrrlclly
In the iitmospliero made their liidr
stand on end like tho quills of it fretful
porcupine, uud the strungmt thing of
all was that they could not move. Tlw
whole family hod loet tliat pirwer ut lo
comotion. Kvery memljer wna tem
porarily paralysed by tho idcvtrlelty.
How mortals havo over exrMTlencid
such a night nf terror. Their minds
were llllod with fenr uud nppndienslon
lest tlieir siwer of locomotion was gone
forever and tlioy would bo pormiiiieut
Uitt at hist, after a diiratlmi (if about
four or tlco hours, the stonn Is gnu to
subside, the uno of thuir Minim gradually
rotunied to tlieui, nnd when the storm
wo over tlioy woni able to move about
as f rooty an over, Cur. St. IxiulUlob
(qui drMiKmnft of th ntlrs a7ttf
rvrMiii ir ootjiiv nttiii f Ntiinjaxrt vo nNiv
vih. lfelVrtlv Mftuinry, Olixtyiv FilMMi
lnl Tmir nd nthr ymptoima. whlrh
unlit th anAtrvtr fur buiilnM or Mrwhl
WMorl-Mona. HofpilMr halill of body alnno
bm eorroo thoao ovjlst, wid aofthtna auo
coU to wU In MhlaVlnv thl ondUioo M
Tuifgrnia, llr their UM not only U !
jtm rnortoV but In oimumw of I Ho
hnrmonloua rhny thua orontod, tharo
IMrTMlM m forlln of MtlafMMoai thomon
il ftwulUM pr form thalr fnloji wltb
vlTMltf, nnd Mioro la mi bllrntlon of
btp hi tho
lijjmont f bonltb
Tutt's Liver Fills
REOUUTI THI OWEIJL
,iVi',',i '.'ftii-..j.u , -k- ..
LatlioiB Fine Kid (JIovks.
Wo are side iieutH for tho
trk'brutwl Matht'r (iloves.
No hooks, no buttons, no
strings to tii',showiii",' in one
touch throe niovonionts in
one. Tlio most simple fas
tener known, .vet tho most
We replace gloves that
break or tear (he first time
tried on. Can lit your hand
with gloves at the counter.
All sixes and colors in stock.
IJOSTlClUtOS. & WHKSIIT,
No. 11 N. Court Square.
W. A. IlLAIU. J. V. ItltOWN.
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
it special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night (Jo.
Till" lilt I IT Mlm-ll Ol
hiiluiliiiK tine Itrooiiu-M. Huttuim utitl Urmv
1-3-0 NE-THIRD 0FFI-1-5J
KcKtmllriM uf cunt, on c lutvml in the fiitun
to kwp tiuthfiiK but Hiltd (Wild uml
HUtIiiik HIIvit Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I CiniNfi IPWFIFR
South Main HU AmIicvIIIc.
NEAR MORGANTON, BURKE CO.,
Wcettcru Nortb a Carolina.
I'llls Wlltl'lil.tf lilltev, 1HOII feel above st'a
Irvrl, nltesU'd by numerous ccrlllleates of Hit-
wonderful curative properties of Its waters
anil salubrious climate, okii on June III.
1HU0. I'or further Information apply to
C. 8. KM ITU, I'roprlvtur.
CHkTlrtCSTK or MKV. SIIIIT. II. SUTTON, 11, I.,,
ratN'L OF ST. At m'STINB SIIHMAI. HCIIOOL,
OC, KALXIOII, NOKTII CAKOI.INA.
This Is to certify that the unilvrslKtii'il
uiude his first visit to Glee Alpine Hprltias In
the summer of 1NH1, In a general run down
comllllon of health, very feelilr, with dlien-
ala forblilillnK deserts, hot bread, and meat'
at nlitht. In addition to this, kidney trou
bles hiid manifested thcmselvea. Almost at
once, by the one ol the water his aptietlle In
creased and his digestion Improved, so that
In a few days he could cat with Impunity any
kind of meat, hot bread, pastries, and what
ever .he plenscd, for breakfast, dinner nnd
stipiwr. It was not Ion; before the kidney
trout iles dlsnpiirarrd, the whole body was
Invigorated and over half a pound of tlesh a
dnv was gained,
since then, each year, from hla naturally
fertile constitution and thccihousllnx nature
of his ealllnK, the summer would And him
very much enfeebled. A visit to (Hen Alpine
HprliiKS and the free use of the water has, In
a short time, slrrnathened hlin and llttcd
him to return to his work. There has been,
euch year, a gradual amelioration of his dls
pepllc aymptonis and an almost entire disap
pearance of klilnry troubles.
He has observed the same rdcets of the
water only In some In a much more marked
manner upon nearly 'every one whom he
has met at the Springs.
BOBT. B. BUTTON.
JuneUOUluimoa&thu Ausjust, 1HHS,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passejiger.Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
".Vi?;.ci , i?- a ni i" m - ---j i:112ililaii'JS e w '.'i
A tnoili-m Hrst cb.ss Imlcl. Hot anil ciililwnli riii.il linthaiiml toilets nn every lloor.
I;le..ru- bells in every mom. imhii arc In "Hi'V mid urines in I si I n.o.ns. (line, iliiiintf
room luiirh.oiinur. iiiiiiriiiii! nrwa sii.nd iin.l bar mill bllliiiril riiinii on lirst Moor, liln-.
iric street ci.rs puss dimr every iio minutes. Kicl.mouil mid liniivillc railroad tliliiiK house,
'JO minutes for u.iuls.
RAT1, (l.on P12R DAY.
A. G. HALL YliUUTON, Prop.
j. h. iiMVAPi nnd wAi.Tnu t;wi-:i-:yt. cicrUw.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
VYc deliver to all purls ol the city our own Hottlinu llxnort licvr nt
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
c mr Ih.it Is kept nt s ti'iiiiKrnlurc of lo dram- and we Kuarautw: you n l.vl. nrlii Ic ul
all limes. I'll U TKAllli Sl I'l'l.lUll 1'KOM
WINE . AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THK HTATIJ.
FINIS SAMPLE AND BILIJAKI) ICMOM.
HARurr, M..r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN Sb ASHEVILLE, N. CI
FOR HA 1.1 J 1IY- -
ABhcYille, N. C.
Terms Bein Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Flflctii 1'nmnii'mnl coiimtii i.tlvrrd durinu the yt-ar. iSe titt tt.'Ktit jtn ; tL'-.t ' nf
csilltK in Nnrih Candiun with ttKiilitriy tuiriiiim'l 81 1 of I'liluni ami Smi.il S it iut .
cxIttitlitiK thmnjih two veitrn. tntiil"Mc uiKt .It til. ICkivlKnt SiImmM ul' Cittl l-nj-hi
tt rinu. iriitahK"c -1 SniKTior Jm IhhiIk til l.;ttiuimu'. riiiliiliv. 1 lu ohv
iiihI Nntiirul St tin on. Applieiint' itilmitutl to nnv fmim. lii It t lu v van ihiixhi' with
udvuntaKt. Over ion ctmrMcft thin year UialiiiK li i(vKn t hut ihii to all. Att'lri"
JOHN I. tROWIXL, lrcf4itlcnl.
Kaudolpli County Triuity Collide, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CL0SLT.
I'l.iisbrit tlirouKhoul In Aulliiiie link, parlor mid Kivtpllotl Hull liiillui liiijmooi
rlawrd.mk. Walls draisil ill. I. llKrustii Walli.il.
l-'or lurthcr Inrorimtttun call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jcllcrson Drive.
Jllll 1.1.11 111
MUSIC HOUSE TALK
I KNOW Tlmt iin.y limn limy wrilt for ciitiilnniicrt, pi in-H
mid IcniiH to tlio niiiiiul'iit liirciK uml iniisit'
Iiouhch of tin1 fount ry ;
I KNOW Tlmt tlio STKINWAY PIANO in ll.c niknowl-
cdn'cil Stnntliinl of tlie world, uml Hint I luivc
t in nr;(,i'y for it.
I KNOW Tlmt I have OrfiiiiiM timl IMmios coiitiiuiall.v in
Htock to plt'iiHc nil lioim lldc inin liiiKciH.
I KNOW Tlmt I urn mixioiiH to jili'iiw cvcr.vliod.v with
my prices mid nil
I ASK In tlmt you u'ivo im u trial.
C. EALK, 33 North ItliiliiNt.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Asrntfnr Keems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala Aahrvlllc, N. C.
New house, newly furnished, nil mo tern
Improvements, larae rooms, auod table,
aihn. n, c. ;ooui:,
S3 ColleKC His
35 AHIIHVILLIS 33
Money advanced on Watches, llliimiiiiils
and various other articles,
3S North Main Street. 33
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
THE FALL TEHM OPtNS SCPT. 4.
I'.ii.r rruular courses of study, Classleat,
lihlliisollltii'lll. t.ln-ral-v, Hi'li'lllillc.
His'i'ial ciiursen lu I'lit-iulstry, Civil anil
Itlii'tric KiiKlnccrlliM, riiananvy, and oilier
Sep.. rule setinul of l.nw nnd Mullilac,
whose sluilinls may a I uud the Inlvvrslly
HON. KHM1' I. IIATTI.lt, I.I..H.,
l-rcsldcnl, Cluilsl lllll, N. C.
Street Car Schedule.
lleHinnlna at T a. m. Hiidlnu 1 0.00 p. 111.
Car leaves Hiiiarc for all points on the
hour, aud twenty and lurly minutes Ihirc
uftcr. tkhrdulc cars connect at Hiiunre.
Train car and Ihimhukc var meet cverv
train, One tallse nllowed ench pnsarnKcr.
Pnnasae trnn.rrrrrd from all points In the
city for Slfl cents.
THU AHIIUVILUK TKIIBT KV. tu,