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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had malignant breaking out on my
leg below the kneu, autl wits iimil suuni1
and well with two ami n luiir Isittliw 0
6. 8. S. Othur blond uiuliciuva bud (ail
ed to do me any guul.
Wild. C. Bbatv, Yorkvlllu, 3. 0
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, autl thrvo
bottle of a 8. 8. cured mo perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Jliumvillo, 1. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Discs
Bwirr BrBcirio Co., Atlanta, Oa.
W. STUART LEECH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND HVRUKON,
Oner, his prolcaslounl acrvlcea to the cltticna
if Aahevlllc ami theaurroundliiv country.
OI'I'ICK Km.m H McAfee Hulaling.
HOI'RM 10 a. m. to t p. m. anil to 0 p. m.
THl.l'.PHONIl tirand Central lintel.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
. o. Box as7, la Hendry Mock.
July 1 lld.lm
a. ii. com,
A. S. GRAHAM,
(Mac liver J. II. Law'. Hturc. tloulli Main
" With K"S. 5lk
Filling with .liver or amalgam.. ..Allc io7nc.
" " Kild $ I. oil and upward.
Met of teeth (!.oo.
Hr.t et of teeth H.(M).
Nn lietter mode, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. 5 and 6, McAfee nulldlnjc,
I'atton Avenue, Aancvlllc. N. C.
r.ACTK'a LIMITKII Til Til II
Rye, ICass Throat and None,
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law(
Will practice in the loth and 12th Judicial
Dintrict. of North Carolina and in the Kit
prrme Court and the Fnlrrul Court nf the
Wcatrrn liiatrict of North Carolina.
Tiiko. P. Iuviiiimim, Tho.. A. Jump.
Knlctgh. Jas. I). Ma.tin, A.levillr.
JJAVIDHON, MARTIN At Jl IN KM.
Attorney, and CnnniM-llnr. at Law.
Ashrrtllr, N. C.
Will prattle. In the 1 1th and Itflh Judicial
liiatrict.. nnd in the Huiirrine Court ol Ninth
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, nt the
Western lli.trict nf North Cnmlinu.
Meier to llank of Anhrvillr. illscl
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .ieciflcntloti. nnd eatlmntca fur
nished. All work In my l-;ic contracted lor,
and no charge, fur drawing, on contract,
Kelerrncr. when dcain-d.
inner: Nn. Ill llrmlry Muck. North Court
Mnuarc. A.hevllle. N. C (clillidly
. II. RHKVK1, n. U.S. I II. K. SMITH. u.n.s.
Ore. Reeve & Hiulth.
la Connolly nunniiiH. er Keiiwood't store.
Teeth cutrmclrd without ain, with thenew
ana-tctic, and all cnaca of irrcgulnritv cor
P. RAMSAY. II. II. 8
Oental lfTv.- on,-"
Over Ihc Nntlonnl Hnnk of Ahrvlllc. Ilnr.
nurd nuilding. Kolrtcncc, OU Churl. .lie at.
f ACPTClUr: - w wa.1 ll wi
, Sj MONTHLV aiCKMXBf
If TMtlN OUR1HB CHANOt. Si ull
jsook TO' rVi OH ktt'JuuafM
ImTiruved and unimproved real estate, lioth
bii'lncM and residence imierty any kind,
any price, In nn? part of thcelty. I'ARMINO
AND MININO LAN I la.
I make a specialty of renting proicrty and
collecting real. If yoa are looking for a
houar, consult my bulletin If your houai
Is vacant and you want a tenant. Hat It with
me. No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY,
Real IvsttHtc Aft-cut.
N.w hiiuae, newly furnl.hrd, all nm tern
Improvement.!, Inrgt roonih good laid.
MRS. M. C. f.OODK,
S3 CoUrg-e Ht.
JOTICIt Ti T tXI'A VRRHt
The city tna lltt ha. I.een pliiced In my
hand. rr cullretl.i,,.. All iieraona are hciiliy
notified In eon.e forward nt once nnd M llle
am. Many M rann. have failed to 11-1 their
taae. a. rriialred hy law. and thrv aie ie
ctally nilmunlahed to cnm. up and it., an, and
thu. .are a donlile tan a 'd eo.t of warrant.
1 may Iw found at the uaual place In the
court hauM. Reatwetfully,
N. A. hHVNOI.lia,
septtSdlw City Ta Culkitor.
HOW DID HE DO IT?
MIND READING OF A BCIKN
The Operator Fnlnled After HI
' Wonderful Triumph and Waa
Vnconacloun for an Hour This
From a Chicago Telegram.
Haul Alexandcrjohnstonc, the young
pHvchologist nnd mind render, ha sue
cesstully accomplished the feat of driving
blindfolded through the streets from
the Auditorium to the Grand Pa'
cific, nnd there finding a name in the ng-
iater which hnd been previously chosen
by a committee. Washington Irving
Bishop attempted this feat here once, hut
the strain on liis nervous system was so
great thnt he fainted.
While the mind render was under guard
at the auditorium three men selected the
name of I. h, Butler, jr., from an old rcir-
ister. The book was then closed and
closely Kuurded. When blindfolded lolm
stone reached the Grand Pncific niter n
furious drive throuulithccrowded streets,
Ho nertously seized the book and began
to thumb the thousand iiniics. lie
fainted twice during the test. At Inst he
called for n slip of paper, and upon this
nc wrote tne name chosen uy the com
mittee, not omitting the flourish t the
end of the final "r." Besides the banda
ges nnd hoods over his eyes a coat wdb
thrown over his head while he was per
forming tne tent. Johnstone tell in a hi
niter he wrote the name.
After Johnstone returned to his room
he tell upon the floor and lay like one
dead. There was no iierccptilite Iwnting
of the heart or pulse, ins eves were set,
and his jnw dropiied. Doctors were
summoned and for three hours the muni
mnte body was rubbed with rouuh tow
els nnd with the palms of the hands,
I'iniillv the vounu man iKuanto breathe.
lie regained consciousness, but quickly
returned to his death-like condition
The doctors resumed their rubbings nnd
administered restoratives, but the mind
render did not come buck to life for at
least an hour.
Happy In HIM Hooka.
From the Ht. Loui. Republican.
On almost any rainy day a shnbbily
dressed Irishman may be seen in the pub
lic library intently rending the "heavy
magazine The Political Science (Jiinr
terlv, North American Review, and the
like. He is a common Inliorer, and says
that his wages are SI. 75 icr day.
I ventured one duy to accost him, nnd
wns plcnsnntlv greeted in the richest ol
brogues and the nciunintnnce soon be
came something like intimncy.
This laborer can think clearly nnd con.
secutivcly. He is a bachelor and a man
of letters. He says that his daily wnges
suffice to supply all his wants, and thnt
"his joy of life is to find out things from
hooks. He is always delighted when ti
heavy, steady rain sets in, for that gives
nun leave to tunc a wuoir any at nis la
"Wlml use do you moke of your rend.
iin ? I should suppose that a man of
your intelligence and earning could nnd
something lietter to do than shoveling
dirt or In vtni; crnnitc pavement.
"Oh, yis! Oi could do thnt, but thin me
wnges are big enough ; a mon who gets
Ins mointl iK'stcrcd wid tryin to get rich
can't knie his thoughts on his studies.
Sure nn' Oi have nil that heart cud de
sire, barrin' a wife. Look at me healthy
body. Did ycz ever see a graduate of
Trinity college. Dunlin, wno was a lietter
animal than t)i? It's limerson who first
said thnt 'man's first duty was to be a
good niiimnl,' nnd Oi think Oi have filled
the bill. Where's the prolessor who can
study 10 hours on n stretch ? Oi can do
Hanulhal Hamlin al So.
Prom the Loulaton Journal.
"I (Implied into the Tnrrntine club at
Ititngor the other day and looked into
the pretty little finrlor where there were
groups of grny haired men- at tables en
joying nltemoon whist nnd smoking
iwnccfully. It wns raining like fury out
of doors and the patter on the enst win
dows wits alluring. I snt down near the
window in the rear ingroom ndjoiifing
the first pnrlor nnd wns doing little or
nothing, when i neani a voice irotn tuc
next room anyiug: Mv trick, old boy.
Got you that time. Didn't play that just
exactly right, did you? Well, live and
Iciu n The voice sounded familiar, and
stepping into the parlor I saw an old
friend iust 8111111)1111! down a winning enrd
in nn alluring gnmc of auction pitch. He
looked up nnd snid -riow-uye-iio.' it
wns Hannibal llunilin, nnd he was play
ing in gno I luck. An hour Inter 1 saw
him walking home in the rain without
"Well, doctor, how do you find our
beefstenk?" "Very small for its age."
Tctcher "Why did Civsnr hesitate on
the banks of the'Kuliicon ?" Had Uoy
"Because he didn't have any bathing
suit." Harper's lliunr.
Teacher In Etymology "Give the deri-
unilM itfil,. UI....I M!tirnnl." Hun
gry Boy "Heii, n thing; tHtirtin, a bull
a bully thing." Philadelphia Society.
Iiilninu- I ui hn imt hi. feet wet nnd has
just finished n hot punch given in ennse-
IUCI1CC I I wns 111 IW puuine.,
Young Wife ( to her husband, who Is
stnrting for the autumn encampment)
"But you will be careful, dear Curl,
won't you,, and march very slowly."
"How is It that Diimley and Mtimley,
who used to be such close friends, lire
now enemies?" "They stnrtcd to room
together." Lawrence Advertiser.
"Since the apple nnd iench crop have
proved such total failures, I tlon't seem
to feel so lonesome as I did," said the
Chicago world's fair, reflectively. Puck.
"Switxcrlnnd, madam, Switzerland Is
horribly overrated! Vou are all the
white shut in so by mountains that you
enn't ace anything." Courrier des Elnts
I'nte. Chollie "Did you see me piny tennis
this mornliiD. Misa Hicks?" Miss Hicks
"No, Mr. be Sappy. 1 suw vou knock
ing the hail around witn a mi-net.
"I want to get Insured." "Whnt kind,
lienor fire, old age, life?" "No; you see
I nm a hotel keeper, and I want to get
insured iigninst people who go off, lenv
ing their bills unpaid ?" I'licgcnde Blat
ter. Mr. Whitney House, pointing toynimg
Clarence Verisopht and his girl "Two
souls with hut a single thought I" Mr.
Chaiinccy Lake, cynically "Which has
It Wcsthoroiigh Tribune,
Tommy "Look nt my top, lenny, Just
look nt her spin!" Jenny "Whv do you
call it n 'her,' Tommy?" Tommy
"Humph! 1 gurs you couldn't buy a
boy lor live wills!" Ilnrwr's Ilnsar.
Johnny "Please, pa, let mc hnvc n
quarter to give to n poor, lame man."
pa "Who is the poor, lame mini,
Johnny?" Johnnv ''Ur well, pn, he's
the ticket-seller down at the circus."
A BRIGHT BOY TRAVELER.
OS Mada th. Journey from Texas so
N.w York on Fifty Outa.
A fine apwlmen of youim America '
reliunca la Master John fitncey, who
few days ago was found sleeping on n
coal bargo in New York and taken to
police hendnuurtora. Mawter John Is 111
years old, and hits soon considerable 0
the world as will be bellevod whon it 1
learned that he traveled from Toxas t
New York city all alone, and with only
fifty oente in his pocket whon he started.
His father, who lives in Dallas, Tex.,
and he, he says, "didn't gee."
John was it favorite with his grand
mother, and For some reason or othor IiIh
father didn't like
it. Buttings, ac
cording to the
boy's htury. en
sued, and hn ran
away to Bryan,
Tex., and lived
with an undo.
muoh for him to
do them, and so
one day he told
the uncle that he
York. No objec
tions were made,
and with the hel
of a railroad eon
dnctor he started.
He staid a day
at Dallas, a few
hours at St. Louis
and a day at Little Rock. At none of
these plaotw did he have any difftViilty
in (totting enough to eat, but at Mem
phis ha had to sjioiid his entire fortune
fifty rmrta on meals. In Louisville he
p,iHKid two dimt, bnt hn didn't liko Un
einiiRti, und wna glad to be able to get
away in five hours.
In Buffalo ho lived for five days and
then wont direct to Now York. This
entirii trip hu made with the fifty cents
und the good will of the railroad num.
Them ia nothing of the braggart about
the hoy; he tella his story in a plain,
straightforward way. When hn wants
to do a thing, ho says, hu simply goes
ahead and dnea it. Hn Ik not ut all hand
some, for he hna imki-mpt, yellow hair.
a queer ahnpod head and hundreds nf
freckli. Yet ha impresses ono as Mng
holiest and trustworthy.
THE WORKINGMEN'S LEADER.
Thnma. H. Oarald., Who rnndurtr-d the
It bus been a long time siuue a strike
has occurred in New York which has
caused so mnrh auifuring to its iwtrtici
pants as that of the cloakinaki-rs. At
one tiinu thiitiHands were literally on the
rergo of starvation. The locked out
men were mostly Polish Jews, and
showed the greatest disinclination to
accept aid from outside sources. A re
porter went into one house where a
striker and his wife and three children
The mux acknowledged that they had
had bnt ono meal a day for weeks, bnt
sjKike quickly in protest when charity
and finally, to
prove that he
needed no assist
ance, brought out
five rents, which
he asked the re
in irter to give to
mime one m ore
niixly than be.
were right or
wrong tho cloak
makers made a
T. II. OAltRIDB.
heroic right. They braved hunger and
all manner of other discomfort in order
to gain their point with a persistence
that has been seldom eqnalitl.
In the course of the fight the figure of
Thomas H. Qaide loomed up, natur
ally. Into considerable prominence. He
is an Englishman by birth and is only
:W years old. He bccnine a clergyman,
Imt In lnn.1, two or tline yonrs nricr lie
came to this country, he aiiiiudoni'd the
LliriMtian faith, becoming in turn a ma
terialist, a socialist and nn anarchist.
Be was a member of the Knights nf
Lalmr. and Mm nnnrchistic timdanoies
made enMnien for him of many of the
socialist Udongiug to that orgnniuition.
Thev cliibin-d tluit ho cured nothing
for thfcansonf labor, bnt only wanted
notoriety. Stories were circulated that
ho had lilred n man to club him, and had
pretended that he had been poisoned in
iirder to make himself tamed aismt, out
the men who started them have since
been expelled from the party. Mr. (Jar-
side had charge nf several important
strikes before lie took the helm fur the
Hn.uand. tar Omk (llrl.
The girls have no choice in the matter
and take the man their father chooses,
and this Is the most eligible ono obtain
able for the amount of money the par
ents can give, for their young men are
graded like the French, Russians and
Germans on account of family or post tion.
A Nutr-d Chilian Diplomat.
Among the most resiawted and ad
mired diplomats of Chili is Don Pmden-
do Lascano, who was recently appointed
milliliter from that country to the united
States. He hue served two terms a gov
ernor of the city
and province of
Santiago, one of
the most Impor
tant ofHoes in the
civil service of
the South Amer
of public works,
with credit to
himself and bene
fit to his country,
and has distin-
. .. gutshed himself
matio services as minister to Bolivia.
By birth he Is connected with some of
the best families of Chili, and his wife,
the daughter of an American who gained
enviable prominence In Chilian politics,
is a valuable addition to Washington so
The Dally CllUen.
Ia nlwnva alive to the Interests ol
Ashcvillc autl its jieniile.
Is the most oopiilnr advertising me
dium In North Carolina.
Is rend by n grenter nnmlier or tieople
thnn any other secular pnicr in the
Is nlwnva filled with the choicest rend
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding: nouses nil tneir rooms nyiui-
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and nil tne news, mimes tne cit-
If kn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever mnde a great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Citiikn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
THE OIL CENTER OF RUSSIA
A HF.CTION OFCOVNTKV UF. VO
TED TO MOTHINU KI.BIv.
The llaHln of the Caaplau Hea
Meats) ou a Hubterrauean (tea of
Naphtha Dlaeovery, Appear
ance and Larue Output of the
Beds) A Town of Fire.
Tiflis is midway on the railway that
cuts the Caucasus in its whole width
and puts the two seas in communica
tionthe port of Batumi on the Black
sea with that of Bakou on the Caspiun.
As we leave the capi tul in the latter di
rection the eye is at first ravished and
then desolated by the changing asjiects
of the laud. The truck follows the Kour,
which rolls its broad sheet of water ma
jestically through wild forests and rich
tilled soil, while two churns of snowy
ridgns stretch away out of sight in the
distance the Cimc-usus to tho left, the
mountains of Armenia to the right.
Boon we leave the river, which goes
to join the A raxes toward the south;
the plain gets broader and barer; tall
cages built of planks perched on four tree
trunks rise in the midst of the rice fields
like watch towers. The inhabitants of the
villages, who are all Tartars In this
region, tnke refuge at night in these
aerial nests: the marshy land is so un
healthy that it is dangerous to sleep
there. In spite of these precautions the
peasants whom we see are devoured by
fever; their emaciated visages remind us
of those of the Inhabitants of the Roman
cumjiagna. After leaving Hudji-Caboul,
the station in Moorish stylo where a new
line branches off "tho Teheran line," I
am told by the engineers who are build
ing it, and who Ii .pe to carry it into tho
very heart of Persia we enter an Afri
can landscape, sad mid luminous.
The mountain chains become lower;
they are now simply cliffs of gilded sand
stone festooning against a crude blue
sky At th"ir feet the desert, a sandy
expanse, covered here nnd thoro with a
rose carpet of flowering tamarisks. Herds
of camels browse on these shrubs under
the gnurd of a half linked shepherd, mo
tionless as a bronze stntuu. The fan
tastio silhouettes of these nnimalsaru in
creased in size and changed in form by
the effect of the mirage, which displays
lieforo our eyes in the ardent haze of the
horizon lakes und forests. From time
to time we meet a ietruleum train, com
posed of cistern trucks in the form of
cylinders, surmounted by a funnel with
a short, thick neck.
When you see them approaching from
a distance yon might mistake them for
a procession of mastodons, vying in
shiipclessuesH with 111; trains of cahiels
which thoy puss. The sun burns in space.
Yonder a green band glitters lienenth its
rays; it is the Caspian. We turn around
a hill and behold! on this western shore,
in this primitive laiid-cnn which seems
like a corner of Arabia Pel nea. a mon
strous city rises before our eyes. Is it
once more the fToct of mirage, this
town of diiilHilical asiiect. enveloied in
a cloud of smoke traversed bj running
tongues of flame, as it were Sodom for
tified by the demons in its girdle, of cast
1 can find bnt ono word to depict ex
actly the first impression that it gives:
It is a town of gasometers. There are
no houses the houses are relegated
further away on the right. In the old
Persian city nothing but iron cylinders
and piies and rliHiineys, scattered In
disorder from the hills down to the
bench. This is doubtless the fearful
model of what iiinniifactiiring towns
will all lie in the Twentieth century.
Meanwhile, for the moment, this one is
unique in the world: it is llakon the
"town of fire," as the natives call it: the
petroleum town, where everything is do
voted and subordinated to the worship
of the local god
till. IN RKMOTE AUKS,
The bed of the Caspian sou rests upon
a second subterranean sea, which spren U
its floods of naphtha under thu whole
basin. On the ensleni shore the build
ing of the Kii iaivitud railway led to the
discovery of immense heds of mineral
oil. On the western shore, from tho
most remote ages, the magi used lo adore
the fire springing from the earl Ii ut the
very s)Kit where its last vot'. liiHrs pros
trate tlii'inselvea nt the present day. But
after having l.mvf udoivd it impious men
began to make profit by it commercially.
In the Thirteenth toiilnrv the famous
traveler, Marco Polo, ui uiious "on tliej
northern stile a greflt spring whence
flows a liquid like oil." It is no good for
eating, but is useful for burning and all
othur piiriHisus; and so the neighboring
nations come to get their provision of it
and fill many vessels without the over
flowing spring npiwnring to tie ilimln
ished In si.y mariner, The real practical
working of these oil sorim.s dates back
only a dozen years.
At the present day it yields J.Wmi.ihH)
kilogrammes of kerosene r annum,
and disputes the markets of Eurnn
against the products of Kentucky mid
Pennsylvania. The vield might lie In
creased tenfold, for the existing Wells
give on nil average 'lO.oon kilogrammes a
day, and in order to find new ones it suf
fices to bore the ground, so Maturated is
the whole soil with petroleum. U. Mar
vin, "The Petroleum Industry In South
ern Russia," compares the Asphemn H'ii-
insula to a stHiuge plunged in mineral
oil. The soil is conl blindly vomiting
forth the liquid lava that torments its
imtruils. either in the form of mud vol-
ennis's or of natural springs. These
niriugs overflow in streams so abundant
that it is lioiH iess to storu their contents
for wunt of reservoirs: often they catch
fire and burn for weeks: tlieuir, Impreg
nated with naphtha vaHirs, is then aglow
all round Bakou, llarHjr's.
Arter the Itnln.
(Inra I have Just had a delightful
walk. How deliriously fresh ami pure
and clear the landwiiW looks this even
ing! Flora Ya-as. Must rend In tho pa
pers that so' ie detectives are scouring
this part of tli- country. Pittsburg Bul
letin The AHlievllle Cltlaen Ulvcs)
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A NOTUD WRITER'S ABODE.
Ttie ileum nf F.divurd ll.llamy at Chlo
opeu Flllla, Mu.a.
Mr. Edward Bullaniy, the originator
and lender in the Nationally movement,
lives in a modest house in the little town
of Chicupee Fulls, Mass., near Spring
field. The bouse was built by bin father, the
Rev. R. K. Bellamy, who for thlvty-four
yeara was thu pastor of the Baptist
church. Ho died about five years ugo,
and the home is now owned nnd occupied
by his widow, who lives with her son,
Mr. Edward Bellamy, whose immediate
family consists of his wife and two
children, n boy and a girl.
Mrs. Edward Bellamy, who was Miss
Emma Sanderson before her marriage,
was a ward of the elder Mr. Bellamy.
She is about fifteen years the junior of
her husband, who is 42 years of age.
She is rather a plain looking little wo
man of medium height, with a fuir com
plexion and brown eyes. She has n
pleasant voice and agreeable manners.
She is somewhat musical, and sings in the
choir of thu Baptist church, where her
husband usually does not follow her.
The Bellamy family traces its an
cestry biwk to the famous Dr. Bellamy,
of Litchfield. Conn. Mr. Edward Bel
lamy has two brothers, one a journalist
connected with a Hpringtluld paper, wdio
resides at Chicopee Fulls, thu othur a
lawyer, residing in New York,
Mr. Edward Bellamy was at one time
connected with Tho Springfield Union,
and still writes occasionally for that
lie now wears a full lieHrd, and one
acquainluil with his face only through
the photograph which baa Imh'ii so often
reproduced itf late in different H-riodl-cala
would scarcely recognize him. His
health at present is fur from gisid, but
MK, BK.t.l.AMY 8 HUME AT CIIICiil'KK FAUX
he hopes sin to Ret to his seaside cot'
tnge oil the MasMicliUsetts coast for a
little rest and quiet.
Mr. Bellamy is deluged with invita
tions to address public mwtings. These
he usually declines for thu reason that
he does not cam to be looked upon "as a
hippodi'oincr." as he calls it.
I feel that 1 can do bettor work fin
tho cause by simple coiivcisatioii with
my fellow men," he says. He has re
tfiilly rn'i'ivi-d many I. -tiers from En
glish evolutionists uning him to conn
over and help e-labli.-ib Nationalism
among the educated Htip)en It has lni
done in Boston. Mr. Bellamy disclaim
any ris-hts of leadership iu the National
ist movement us veM.il in hiuiM-li
"There an- no lender," h" maintains
"The N'nti'.n.ilNts certainly are not go
ing to do wh.it 1 say. or what any othe
man says. We are nut by nnymeii'i
united on every point that may arise in
politics, or even in the policy of oui
In our Boston clubs ure Hepublii'am.
DemisTats, Mugwumps und Prohibition
ists. 1 suppose that must of the jssiple
nre wouioii suirrniristH. but that dues not
In New York city there are eight Na
tionalist clubs nnd one ill Brooklyn. Mr.
Bellamy thinks it quite proliable that tin
California Nationalists will nominate
state ami muuiciial officers this fall "if
it scums probable that the movement
may be successful," he says. "I shall go
out there und do what I can to help them
In their campaign."
A litsf li.giiltilitHl Looking lllNhup.
Rev. Dr. E. R. Atwill, of Toledo, who
was recently elected hi.-hop of the new
Episcopal diocese o. ..est Missouri, is a
tall, distinguished looking man of more
than usual charm of maimer and persons!
is an elolpient
spenker and a
man of great
learning. He was
born in Red
11s.k. X. Y in
1110, a n d was
Columbia coli, ga
in I WJ nnd from
Theological sen -nary
later. His first
ministerial positiou was as assistant at
8t. Luke's church. New York, After
ward lin was mode rector of St. Paul's
church In Brooklyn, leaving there to lie
come Bishop Hopkiiu' assistant at Bur
lington. Vt.. where he became rector of
8t. Paul's church in t07. For fifteen
years he remained them, but In 1HX2 he
was called to take charge of Trinity
church, Toledo, where lie was at the
time of his election.
Til. Color I. In. Drawn at th. Flra.h.
The negro question still crois out oc
casionally in a senwilloiiiU way. The
latest rumpus has occurred at Asbury
Park, the well known eastern summer
resort, where a ukase was recently Is
sued by the owner of the ocean bluff
and beach to the effect that the col
ored people must bathe within certain
limit and at swcltled hours. Other
wise they will Is' barred from the pleas
ures of the surf altogothur.
rirat Met nn Their Wedding Hay.
A courtship by letter ended in mnr
rlago at Rat Portage, N. W, T the
other day. The groom was Roliert Gill,
a teacher, of Iiatny River, and the bride
Miss Emily Taylor, of Owen Bound.
A large crowd witnessed the ceremony,
which took place in tlm ntien air Imme
diately after the young woman's arrival
JI'HT RICt IJIVlil.
A l ine Mtovk of l'.ngllali and Do.
will iw W'li'i I" see i"v i-i,i"ni- w
eclve orders for Full and 'Winter Clothing.
J. W. BCHARTLE, VI North Main St.
THIi lvUl'I FAULK Lll'H
AHNUR ANClt HOCIKTV.
I. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Aahevlllc, N. C.
Office aa Houth Main street. aulS dtf
-ANDREWS ! !
loa miles wesl of Aahevlllc on the Murpby
branch of the Western North Carolina ruit
roud, Klinllc. enst of Murphy, altuated In
the heart of one of the moat beautiful and
fertile vullcya on the face of the earth, Sur-
ruunded by IiIkIi mountslna covered with
virgin fnrcHta of imik-nitlcent timber. The
town aile and many unjoining acres have
lately been pruvcil, bycxtcnslveborlnga, tube
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white and colurcil, of wry fine quality.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THU KEY
to the alttiutlon. No other town near. Th
location la all that could Is'ilcslred. Altltud
I Hl)o feet above the seu.
(.n-atninrh1ctiunrr.es, furniture fiicturivn,
vxUiihIvc tuiiiuriiH. &(,' tVc. Summer and
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON Tt'HSIlAY, HI!l'Ti:M!ll!K TUB 3DTII
TUB OWNIiKS WILL SUM.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
as tiiiiny lots lis the people want, not cxcccilf
ing oo choice liiisitieas und realdcnce lota, to
the hlKhcat bidder, nnd nn
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
ollcring n mngnilK-ent opportunity for every
body to make money, on a .mall or large
scale, according to the numlwr of lota pur
chaaed. Secure property in this llcautiful Val
ley while you curt. A'ctluccil rates on
Hailmail from Asherille and principul
TERMS OK BALK I
tlilc-nith cash, balance 1, 'J. 3 nnd 4 ycura,
at aix wr cent, interest.
For pluts nnd ull uthcr Information apply
Gwyn & West,
Anlievllle, If. C.
Tuesday, Sept. 30th.
auJ2 dtttrpMl mon wr ri '
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IC01PDXD : OXYGEN!
MEOICATED BALSAM VAPOR
' If you hnvc nny Now, Throat or l.tinjr
4m nitpHoiHi.n I wilt urnd a innimlrt
tlewripllvc of Athrvi11e ontl tilno the In-
liullntf l mi l men t free with Hat at que, f
' tfi'iu to le nntmrretl by the pntlrnt T
'when onh-ritift Home Trrntmrnt, Thin T
' trrntmrnt In m cT.et1vc ui the oftlct
OI'IMCIt-NO. "ft I'ATTON AVItNTH,
' Aihtv ille. X. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
TLAMTIC CUAMT MSB
On nnd nftrr thin rtnle the follnwlnc nrhwl
aim will tie run over iln"Columh.ii IMvinlon,"
No. fta l-nvcit Cohimttln a mi p. m.
AniveN at Chnrlmton O .ltip. m.
No. (13 lenvea Chnrkattin 7.10 a, m.
Arrtven ntL'olumhln 11. 5A . nt.
Conneetinit with trnln to and from all
iHtlnttatin the i'hnrhttte. Columbia At Au
tfwMrt nnd Columbia Ut Urecnvilie Mallroada.
T. M KM KM HON, Oen. PM. A at.
I, P ItWVIVM. Orfl aunt.
i:. COI I'lN,
Real lintate Agent
ANI LOAN IIHOKItH,
3 NORTH MAIN 8T.f MORGAN'S BOOK STORE
Money lonned and well imt u ml nt H per cent,
in It rent.
Renl l!iliite botiuht nnd unlrf nt ptddlr nnd
tirtvnle mile. Krnu collected, I eonducted a
Kriil title nnd A tic tion butnrn In Chnrlen
ton, H. C, ten ynirn, nnd will ave prompt
nttrntlnn to nil huRHietm put in my charge.
Cheap Hatcn to all I'olnla
KAII.KOAD TICKItTl bouKht, loltl and
eitchaiiurd. AH triHtmietiona Kuarnntevd,
C. F. RAY,
OpMiMe Hwiintintioa Hotel. anlttdtf
KlCALr 1CHTATK AUl.NT.
M v oftiiT honnt will It from thin time nn
from in to 1, Will lr k'h-I lo attrnd to nny
htmiacHi durinu thew hourn, I will alni lie
In nt.v tiillcc off nnd on from N to 10 a. m.and
from 1 to 7. I will iw Kind to huw any
property duiinH tltnr hnum Come and let
ttirnhow you mimr hnndmt proterty.
Huburbnn renl den re, nne mile from dly nn
Mrrrlmon n venue road hnndmimelv and
completely furniidied and eipilpiied ; ciuulaite
view. extcnlve aroundni two frrah leraev
eo .vnt winter garden; ho men and vehicleti If
demren, I'OMwuMtun Riven utoi novvmtier,
owner occupy In a In umtner only would
intike fiermnnent arranaemmt with party
ncpinnp h winter rxnuirtn-w. ntinrrpa
rptudlm -1. O. LOCK. UOX &&9
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