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ASHEVltLEBAII-Y CITIZEN: MONDAY EYENINGi MAJlOH 31, 1800.
Four Years on Crutches.
For fifteen Teen I wee afflfeted with rheu
mittifim,fmir year or which I wuacnmpelUMl
to go on crutches. Words an Inadequate to
expreaa the auOerlnn 1 endured (luring that
time. During thrne flileen ycara of exU
tenon fit ivni not living. I ti led every known
remedy without receiving any benellt. I
finally heurnn on Rwift'a Hpecifln (H. . U,
which from the flratgnvn me relief, ami to
day I ammijovlitK tho tet of hwdth.uudwm
a well iniin. 'I candidly believe that R M. 8.
tt the beat biood purifier on tho market to
day. J. 1. TAYLOK, Cuba, Mo,
Troatiteon Wood nnd Skin Tbacnsoa mail
tlfno.a IKTM'fcClKK CO , Atbintn UkV
'KOrt-SStOXA L CM RDS.
A. S. Graham,D, D.S.
OHIce OverJ. H. Lnw'i Store, South Main
Nitron uKiiiu or Imiuhliw aTHanduitnlatered
tor the puinlca extraction of teeth.
Gold and porcelain crown nttuhed to
the natural rout ot teeth. ihu n voiding tin
UM- Of plulCN
All operatlona pert'ilninj to dcutiatry altlll
fully performed. Price rcitsoimlilennd afitln
faction guaranteed. feli'J
DR. H. F.lmTiXttTON
outer rnutn on P.-itton avenue, over the
clothlnu Htorc of C. h. Hhintoti .v Co
Residence corner of vYoodun und LocukI
TllHO. I. lAVIHON, THOU, A. 0Htt
KulelKh. Jam. (V Man-tin, AMlevllic.
.AVIHrioN. MAKVIN JONKS.
Attorney nnd Couniellora nt Law,
Ahhrv.tlr, N. C.
Will pruilee In the 11th and I'JIh Judirin
Oiatricta. mim! In the Supreme Court of North
Carolinn, nnd in the Federal Courta ol tlu
VYcatcrn tHutrift of North Cnrolimt.
Refer to Uunfc of Ashevibc. dtucl
r. H. cona.
OHU ft MlSKKlMoN.
f. It. MKttltlUiW
Attorney a und Comiwellor tit Law.
Practice in nil the courta.
Other: Nob. 7 und h, Johnston building.
W. W. ONKt.
YtlNKrt At MIl'POKIl
OKO. A OH'KOH1.
Attorney at l,aw,
Aahcvillc. N. C
I'rneiiea in the Superior Court id VY eaten.
North Cnrohna, the Suprviiie Court nl tin
State, and the Ptdcriil Co.irt at .Wicvllle.
(Hliee in lohiiaion building, whi reonr hic tu
ber of toe firm ran nlwnv lie lo.ind.
Architect ami Contractor.
Pinna, apccificntlon nnd eNtl:naie fur
ji intuit. AH work in my lint commend bt.
and no charge tor druwinu on eoiiirmi'
Kt ten ner tt ll'Mi de;rrd.
titlicv; No. I'.' Hendry lllock, North Cowr;
Aouare. AhrviIr. N C UhlUtllV
jj it. nm r.t.Ass. i 11. h.
OENTAL ROOMS. . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.
UvcrOrntit N 'muert' limit Store.
Kcvtrtrnce, N . Maihy hi li-Modly
tt. H. MUH KS, IMl.lt. It. K. hMI I'll, IM. t.
Or. KecvcH A Smith.
DrlKTAI, mc!iZ3 OFI'IC'K
In Conniilly HuHdin, over Kednotid'o Stort.
I'atton A veil ue.
Teeth extracted wititout pain, with them-w
HiiaNthetic. und nil viinea of irrt'Kulai'it.v cor
KAMHW. Ii. li t
In Itiirnnrd Htiildln Hm raneew, Tattoi
Avrnur nnd Main Street,
(eh J. Id It
J PIII'R M. FIHLD
All mcchanif nl ocular ilefrcta of the eye cor
Mourn lor eiamlun turn tl 1 1 t'J a. 111,. 3 to
Bp. n. mlU dtf
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE A3HEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anlivvlllc. N. C.
I. . .
jbook TO WOMAN vmtofKU
HADFIEIO HE BUI AT OH CO. AriAMABA.
ABSOLUTELY SAFfI !
Burnt In any '.mi without dingitr of
Exolodlng or liking flro. 8e that you
gat tli, gunulno. For ialo by
BALTIMORE UNITED 0!L CO,,
ARMKV1M.R, N C
ae4 dftwl v
F.W. VESEY& SON, .
FLORISTS AND LANDSCAPE 0AHDENER8.
Urmihnitvri, tin. St Chr.lnut .(ml.ti.twrrn
Nurth Main nnd MrnHinnn Cm Pinwm,
Bc.ttll " I'lnnla, Itiinlv Ho ra, tc.,rtr.
Lav oul arounila, drivt. mid wn'k., makt
anil olanl Iwrta. hnrdrri, at. Pruttl rrtiit
tm anit .hnihbrry a .iwlaltT. I'Ihm enli
M a. or adilr n through Ui mull. All
If TIKHIN nuH0 CHNQr. 5 v..
or4r promptly flutd,
Lowliinds of Mississippi and Ar
kausuH Appurently DoDined.
The Lnvaes on Both Banks
Work ftu.paudoil on tho Crvao at Ar
fcaniiaa CUy That Moana llevaatallon
to That Hectluu Hitauulng Partlva Or
gaulaott Llvo Sli.ok Will Ptrl.h bj
ThuUNtt'itla TantN tur anflrrirN.
Cincinnati, March 89 .The following
was rweivod from Jlempliia Thursday
The lowlands of MlnaiB8iipi and Ar
kansas acpiu to be doomed. Leveua are
continually breaking and the floods are
practically beyond control. Work od
the crevasse at Arkansas (.'ity has been
snsp.mliMl. which mcaau dovasmtion for
AtSkipwith, sixty miles Nlow 0reen
ville, a his levee broke Tuesday morn
lug, overllowing the little town and
sweeping away several liouses. The
break was instantaneous. A lending
citizen, stauding in four feet of water
and holding his child on his shoulders,
telephoned an appeal f"r a skiif and
boats to rescue the drowning people.
ilo had seen two of hu neighliors
drown close to him and expected that
many more would sutler tho sume fate.
lie claims that the people living in the
country cannot escic. itapeated warn
tugs hud no elfeot ou them, as they felt
secure Ix'lnud their big levees. The
break is bud and the luvee is melting
like a snowbank.
Rescuing parties in boats and skiffs
have been organized at various points.
The negroes in tho bottoms are panic
stricken, and many of them will be
drowned. Live stock will be drowned
by the thousands as no provision has
been made for removing them, and the
government bouts patrolling the brooks
can do no mora than rescue human
HELP FOR THE SUFFERERS.
Hill to Purahaxo 8.0OO Tent, f aaxd th
Washinoton, March 29. The senate
has passed the hous bill authorizing the
purchase of l!,r(Nl tents for the Use of
Hood sufferers of Arkansas. Mississippi
and Louisiana, and appropriating
000 for the purpose.
Thrti l.lvs Lout.
Cairo. 111., March '.'0 .John Myers'
wife und two dnughtei-s were drowned
Tuesday ninlil near Villa Rulu'n bv the
collaitse of Mvers' house, whicii had been
undermined by the overflow from the
rivers. Jlyers escaped.
Awlalant Ocoratarr Tlohsnor Deeldo.
That 8ho Mti.t Beioalii lu China.
WahhinoT" N, March HO. Assistant
Secretary Tichenor has written a letter
to UT. Quoin? Lee, of I'lattsinoutli, Neb.,
in answer to a question whether he
could semi to Cluua tur his wife and
"You state," says Mr. Tichenor In re
ply, "that you intend to become a citi
bcu of the I'nited States, and have made
declaration of ruch intention, l ou mli
mate tliut vuu are wealthy, but vou fail
to answer lh qmtitiou oropounded to
you in the department's letter of the 1st
inst., as to the nature of j our occupation
in this country,
"iroin the endorsement of District
Judge ilap'n .n on your letter, it ap
pears thnt vnu are engaged in the laun
dry business, but such occupation docs
uoi exclude you from tne class or lu bor
ers, nor can you claim immunity for
your relative) from the i htnese restrict
ive acts, by reason of your declaration
of intention Ui become a citizen of the
United States, sin -e tiie law of May 6,
IHa.', prohibits the adinis ion of any
Chinese iersons to citiM-nsliip.
"As your wile and children do not ap
pear to have ever resided in the United
btutes. lli-y cunuot be admitted to entry,
otherwise than upon the production of a
certificate from the iiincse govern
ment declaring them to be persons other
than laborers, such certificate being, un
der law, the sole evidence isTinfssi. le to
establish a ribt of entry into the United
AChlaagnan Hud Up and Robbed la tho
Most Apprnvad Mannar b.v Wnrasn.
Chicago, March 29. Lincoln Shannon,
a clerk, was rnhhed by female footpads
Wednesday night. Shannon was stroll
ingalomr lieur Van Ruren street, when ha
was suddenly confronted by two women
with revolvers. They requested him to
hold up his hands, and he promptly
complied. One of the wotneu then went
through his imckela.
The women were rciectably dressed
and heavily ve led. One was a very
Inrge nnd strong-looking woman, and
the other wn of medium height. Hav
ing conriletcl their investigations In bis
pockels. securing in or ' and some
papers, the women ordered Shannon to
"irit oul." He accordingly got. wi h an
energr thnt was largely the result of tlie
knowledge tnat me women pointed re
volvers toward him as he retreated.
Plsaes Filled by Colnrod L'lborer,
Ciiattanoxja, Tenn., March 29.
The ISoulh Tredegar iron works, of this
city, cloed oslenaibly for n puirs, and
when their nien reiiorU-d for work they
were told that I hey were discharged. It
seems that their places are to be Ailed
by colored lul orars, who will puddle
iron at the late of Sl.tiO per ton, as
agninst S'l.C'd heretofore paid. There
mav be serious trouble between the old
and new hands.
Clarkson to, Itaalgn.
Baltim.iki:. March 29. The Bun says:
"It can be stated authoritatively that
First Assistaul. I'osUnoster General Clark-
son will resign at no lata date. When
Mr. Clarkson aeoep'ed tne oinee a was
with the underslaQ.ling that he would
leave it at the end of a year."
RsmemlMirlns !t KUhermsn.
OL4uckhti:b. Mass.. Mnn-h 89. A
largely attended niennivial service for
Ushermen lost fmin this ) ort during the
Cast two years w as held V ednesdny night
i citv hall. Kev, Lr, Hates, of Itoston,
delivered an eloquent address.
Over Two Months la tho Pad Be With
Brnkea Pl.tou On Short Rations,
Bai Krasosoo, March ' 9. The Uni
ted States man-of-war Iro mols arrived
Tuesday morning from I 'on Tuwnsund.
Prior to sailing from this port six months
ago the vessel was for long time at
Mare Islaud, and tho government spent
$100.1X10 in repairs. The Iroquois ar
rived at Honolulu Oct la, having taken
twenty-eight days In making a trip
which the Australia makes in seven,
Nov, IB she was ordered to Samoa, and
was to call at Marshall Islands on the
On Deo. S3, when sixteen miles north
Ol wo lino, .no pievnu niq ui .110 rugiue 1
broke, and the Iroquois lay helpless pd I
dependent upon her sails. Making her
way with diiliculty out of this hazardous
locality, orders were given to sail to the
west with the expectation of reaching
the coast trades and then sailing for
Honolulu. 3,5'M) miles away, in order to
get her broken piston rod repaired.
The hope of getting into the region of
favorable winds wm disappointed. The
wind blew continually from the opposite
direction, and the Iroquois was driven
further to the north, until the iutentiou
of making Honolulu had to be aban
doned and San I rnncisco was headed
for instead. Hy the last of January the
prospect of a long and perilous trip was
apparent to all the officers and crew,
and it becuine necessary to economize
in fuel and food. All the water used on
hoard was disl illed, and tho short sup
ply of coal had to be economized to the
On Feb. IK the crew was put on short
rations, and the officers would have
been obliged to suhuiit to the same hard
ship but for their foresight in providing
themselves and sailing from Sun Fran
cisco with extra supplies. The ship ar
rived at the entrance to the Strait of
Fuca on .March 1, nnd wus towed to
Port Towuseiid, where she was pro
visioned and ooaled, and left for this
port March IS,
DID NOT KISS THE BIBLE,
And tho Jailgo Approve, Catting the
Citatum a Bella of Idolatry.
PinuADEbrtiu, March i'9. A stylish
young woman had been sworn and had
partially given in her testimony before
judge Arnold, when one of the jurors
objected on the ground that she had not
kissed the Pihle. After a breezy discus
sion betweeu counsel. Judge Arnold cut
the matter short by ordering the witness
to be sworn by the' uplifted hand.
"1 am not surprised." said the judge,
"that this witness did not kiss the liook.
I would not do it either dirty book
like that. This custom is a relic of
idolatry, and the soouer it is abolished
the better it will be. 1 do not think this
witness objected to kissing the book be
cause she intended to lie, but because it
is a dirty Iwok. I respect her regard fur
her person and her health."
Allen l. Thornton's Hlrthilny.
Cliu-A March .'. A Herald sjiecial
from Columbus, O., says: John J. ismtz
made a visit to New Y'ork lost week,
where he held a conference with ex
Prcsidout t lovelanil lu regard to the cel
ebration of Judge Allen O. Thurinau's
next birthday, Nov. IB, with a grand
Democratic dinner here. Mr. Cleveland
Is said to lie anxious that the occasion
shall be made one of National character,
and is one of the prime movers in the af
fair. He will le present, and among
those who will be asked to participate
are mentio ned t hief Justice f uller,
Koger (J. Mills. Don M. Dickinson and
ex -Speaker Carlisle,
loo Out nf tho Straits.
CiiF.novOAX, Mich., March 29. The
heavy sotithwester that set in Tuesday
evening and continued Wednesday, has
owned up the straits and driven the ioe
all out of this end. The strait is per
fectly clear here. There is more ice to
come down, but the prevailing south
wittt wind Is driving it out of regular
channel. Boats ran work through with
but little trounle now.
A Mew Prlneetoii Professor.
Princeton. N. J.. March 29. -Professor
Woodward Wilson, of the ftim-eton
class of 7)i, who is at present professor
of jurisprudence and political economy
at Wesley an. college, has formally ac
cepted the chair iu this department in
Princeton college, to which he was
elected at the last tins tees' ineefiug. Mr.
Wilson is the author of the well known
work, "The Slate."
A Chicago Heathrn'e Narrow Escape,
Chicaiiii. March 29. Wee Lee, who
keeps a laundry in the basement of 214
West Chicago avenue, narrowly e-caped
lynching at the hands of an infuriated
mob of T'ohtnders Wednesday evening,
fur assault on three young Polish girls,
named May Warner, Maggie Potzynski
and Julia Schmitt, whom he enticed Into
the den. The police rescued him and
locked him up.
Mhool Trneal Killed.
Huntington, Ind., March i. Andrew
Slusser, a 12-year-old son of Lem Slus
ser, of this city, was kUled lit Andrew
Monday uight by being ruu over by a
Wabash freight train. He ran away
from school Mondav. eoing to Peru.
and was stealing a ride on a freight
wnen ne eii between we curs and was
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Condoiteatlnii of Intere.tln Hem. oa
Wyoming will bo admitted.
Archbishop Iielas, of MUtrsuksn, is dead,
Butterworth1! option bill will be favors
Tho Cbemkes .trip Is now practically de
serted by tho "sminers,"
Another "Kutwiis" Is said to lisvu bean
discovered ii i-w York.
i uroturay nouw pnojoa tne out pro
hibiting 'e sale of lottery tickets.
An English syndicate la trying to bay
tbs Daiivllls, Vs., tobacco factoriea,
Tho Kansas Fsrm-rs' Allinuee declared
agaiust the ro-taecliuu of Senator lugulls.
A (tend bnby that was beini( waked at
Brunswick, N. J., opened Itseyia and cried.
Adam Koch, a traveling Insurance agent,
has been missing from bis bout at Mans
ueld, O., for a seek.
A subordinate lodge of the Formers' Al
liance has bseu tirgauissd lu Prairie town
ship, Holmes county, O.
All lts Masslu, agod IS veura, insne as
unsnocesslul Hiunipt at suiculs, at Win
chester, O , by taking srsnnle.
The spring tna of Ospauw university, at
Oreenciuttle, lmL, opsunt Wednosdnji with a
largo uttonriiiiiee In all depaxtio- nta.
Tbs ex-Confederate suldlsrs of NuwTurk
city pro noes to Inaugurate a oaiup of ox
nwinuoni of tbs Uwtvuurate army sod
Investigation of tho books of sx-City
Treasurer Herman Hauabeor, of L porta,
Ind., has duveloped shortage of over
Ills putrid remains of Catharine Dare, sn
agod woman, were found ui her room in a
Baltimore Muoiueut, Hue was last sna a
Charles Ball, of Mlddletown, 0.,' whlls
besting his way on an Erie frolgbt train, fell
under tua wheels near Kant, U, and was ao
At Bensos, Pendlrtoa county, W. Vs., a
18-year-old auu of Oeurgs Cuiiidngliaiu was
oruahod to death by a traa, wlilub be bad
felled with an ax.
A syudkvtte of Now York sud Augusta
eapitoJlsts has purubaaed ssvvral thnusand
sen of land in ttuulb Carolina ou tbs bills
opposite Augusta, Us.
Tbs bouse of Dumluick Tyh r, at CuuUin,
0,, was entered by burglars Wtlnsarisy
morning, and nuarly 1,UM worth of Jewulry
and some uioney token,
U H. Fulda, preuMeut of tbs Cnllforula
Athletic club, say. be thinks Sullivan and
Jackaop, will ineut at Hau Frsu. U.'O, and
that tbs club will miss a i,tJ0 puisn,
The stolen uiilclu) of Jewelry found In the
ofllar of Jants U. 'J'utblll's bouso, hi Mont
Clair, N. J. i bavs been IdsutiOed by toui teuo
separate cbargiw bavs boon uuute ag ,itut
Mayor Cowglll, of Orsenoastle, lud., hu
dvabuwl tbs law ptaied by the ruouut legis
lature, requiring the luapeotion of meat
slaughtered outside the state, uuoouMitu-
A. B. Butchlnaoo, a traveling nan from
Shelby, O., foil through an slevakir shaft at
the Barrett heues, Can tea, O., Weaoseday,
breaking bwluit wrist and sustaining other
The New York nianufnetururt of clear
Havana elKti's have appoiulihi a couiinittue
to go bofora tbtf .dcMiiloy tin ill' coiiuuitloe
and prut est a;;itlust the tobacco seuedule a.
It now sluuds.
Hubert Lsitoh, of Guelph, Out,, ngod 00
years, u.n ts n seuteuved lu iaipiiKuiiuient
tor utu fur causing the duatli ol nls cI.iuju
ter's UlOri-ittnutte child, of whii-h liu Iniuli
was tho latlior.
At IuiUnnapoIlt the coroner has conipletod
uis luvostigstiou ol thu Uj won-JUl rill tiruiu
witiub trtcivo lives wero lost, ilo say. tas
lone of lifu was du to the luulty ouuntruo-
liou of tne building.
Henry Y'ang, who bad recently arrived at
Lima, U., from fittsburg, lu suuruli ot work,
was shot ui tun bead suit d .lii,vioulv
Mounded iu a tlglit m All's, .Nuru Casey's
saloon 1 uiwiay niguu '
The wromtut irou pipo msuufaulurursof
the LuiUsi States lust W eauesday und unan
imously rtwIHriued urics and discounts,
The attendance was large, luiuiiy all tlij
mills Lenin luprusuntod.
llesldeiilsol Pomuitiy, O., and llei,'illHr
iug villages ure gr4ut.ly elated ovur tno dU
oovery ol gas it l&iou, uiuo utiles abn-e 1'oiu
eroy. Several atUaupb, Uuvo boeii inalo to
stiikogssor oil iu tb ouuiify, but this is
the Unit suceess.
The suit against the I'iiicliuinii, Wnbosh
and MieiiiKnn railway for d.iiuan'. ,ni thu
Ufe of i'nilip Uembuiiiug, a br.iki .naii Ilo
was killej at bVutou harbor, au trial iu
Elkhart ebi-uil court, was coiuproiiiis.Hl,
plaintiff, ivcoiviug sjoo aud paying thu
Billy WlUni. colored Iwnvy-welght of St.
Paul, uu I ,l,s-l'ho iuski, ol Sail Kiwii-im-o,
loughl al the lultr pluee Wi-dnelay uiglit
for a purse of fi.!l, ol whfeb f i'xi went to
tho los-r. Tho white luau moii iu the second
Nlvhelas Csntwell, vienr geiiend of the
arcbiliiHTess ol Philadelphia, was Vlnesilay
muruiug invested with his rolsi ol rank as a
nioiisignur of the first rank, or doiu.-.ie pro
late of the bniihnld, Ui nliieli dignity hu
was recently ntisial by 1'npe l-u.
Miss Fraiioi E. U 111 u d. prul( lent of tho
World's- Woman's Christian Toiitioraiicj
uuiou, bus liMi.il an upiil for aid In the
oantpuigu hi Nebr.tska, which has fur its ob
ject tbe adoption, next iNovoinb-r, of tlu
proposed prohibition aiueudiuuiil to thestute
At Buinbridgo, O., Wediuodny morning,
two doswrate train) attempted to rob tho
Ohio S-'Utliern railroad ollli-o. Tho door
was Imtterul dowu, and the operator
C'haiira floyd, woumleil. Tho tramps
thinking bun killed, Ued without getting
Early Wednesday uioridng burglars en
tered the (tore of Dode Mi eks, nt U tvtinins
br, O., stul cut riisl away suvi nil cases of
shoes, bolt, of silk, aisl twenty lsxs of
cigars. From tbu stolllre iu tbe sums
building, tbey t'k all lie- stamps, envel,iK
anl otliiT matter. The ls will reach
While liui. Vassnlo, an Italian, S3 years
old, was stniHilng in front of his boms, No.
fa South Seventh ir-t. rhihulelpliiu,
U'edueHlav mgi.i, Mi.-li i-l li ia.in, a fel
low countryman, rilail up to him aud
plungnl a l'iiii'liei--kuile into his right side.
As,rteiiot tin bind, ! tne we.tou broko
off ItiMde ttie wound. Yh.-re was no quarrel
Imtweon the men. and no resswii is known
why UI Muio sh-iuld commit .neb acriiuo,
Tl.s.ludg,- llbln't "I'lny Card"
Wiir.Ri.isii. W. Vs.. Mir-h 29. An
indictment by the grand jury of Poono
county agninst .'mice . P. Uilli.iin for
' plaving cuiils" was dUmissed. It was
proved by M-rs. 1. P. I.ttcki r and W.
W. Mct 'laugherty, atlurni-rs. who were
admitted to Is' mitlioi ilu-s iqsin I lie stile
ject. that there was no such game men
tioned iu llovlc us -cai.lv' but that
cards were pieces of paslUierd with
which games of various liuiucs are
CORONETS OF NOBILITY.
French counts have nine eqieil p-aiis In
The British berou Is eniHK-1 to u euruuet
of four big pearls.
The Englltb vluiit baa a cvnni-t of i-veu
pearls of uren slsa.
TheesrlV coronet shows five sii,., II url
and four strawburry leaves.
Tbe English marquis is entitled to tlir-e
tntwbeny leavss and t wo far. -ii-ia.
Frenrb niarqulsse bwtr tlm slra.b,rry
loaves aud two via-, ten of three .uiali kuri.
French viaciHints are entitle-l tea ""unmet
eontolulng Ibros large Hrbi and to sinall.T
French barons are not entitled toaoi
ooet, but to what Is eallnl a terui, a .-n el-t
of gold having a necklace of tiny u-l
turned three tluisa around iu
French vldaiusa, an almost exilnet title, as
It was only granted by sovereign hbliop
to tbe nobleman who adiniuitred I lo-ir do
mains aud mmmandod their nrmie-,, wear a
ourouet of three Maltose orosMis.
Site WN Coniplelel t ttrt il.
A iliiiightcr of my customer "iiini. il
Irnni suppressed mensli untioii, nml lur
licnllli was comiilctclv wrecked A) tnv
suggestion she usril iiur Inn lie ot I'.r."!
held s l-emnlc Kcgulutiir, w lueh eeicii
her. J. W. Ilia.l.l Us. Witter Viilley. Mis.
Write The llrnitlichl Keg. c... Ai'iium,
(in., lor pnrtieulars. Sold bv nil ilini-
Nothing Sut etuis
Tin- rriii.tn MAI'X l
MICkIH H KII.I.i:i. K
i hr iiMiMt wiMitU mil n" !
t ' 1 H t tit rii"l
imnf llinl vwry iIIk
Caused i sllU-iubvH
RADAfV'S MICROBE KILLER
Kslrrni lists, the Mh-rnbr. slid ibivt-s them
out o- the svl in, nml wtl-ll that is dnni
vnu eniinil hsvr ml "lehr or pain. No nisi.
trr whnt lliriliMssr. Khetlirr a simple en-e
of Miitnrln l'i vrr or a eiminliinllon of ll-
niM-s, w-r cltri' Ihim all at the .nine time, n.
Wf treat sli (ll.eiiws ron.iiiniiie nuy.
Asthtiut, Ciin.-iiii pl ii'H. (. iitnnli, limn
chilis, hliiimiiuinii, niy nml l.iwr
h'sevisc. I'iiVs nml -Veer, 'cniiia
Trniihlrn, in nil it liiriim. iiml, in m l,
rtx'rv rt'iertsr ktmwtt In ihr lliiinim
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Are that oar Trails-Murk isaiiiv as atiovrl
spiivars on carh Jug.
Mill for hunk "History of the Mb rob.
Killrr," glvtn away by .
J. 0. GRANT, I'll. V..
Knit Agent, Ashe.lllr, N. C,
BOViT dtf tu frl sua
V Vi H-T Oltltl! Ill ntiv V
y ft3j 1titr, im iitnttrr win
HOW 60 ANIMALS EAT,
Tbe iturgnon hi toothless aud draws In Its
food b suction.
Splden chow their food with horny Jaws,
which are sharp ,.uoug h to give quits a nip.
The jelly dab absorbs lis food by wrapping
Itself around thu object wbioh it seeks to
ranks its own.
Tho tnpewnrm has n-lther moutb nor .torn
sell, but Just lays aloug and absorbs the al
ready dlgeted (col through luskin.
The bulterfly ;unips nectar into itself
tlirniiKh u tuba, and bees and fllei suck up
their fissl wil h a lung tongue or a proboscis.
The woislpeekcr hat a three barbed tongue
like a Fijian's spsnr, with which It draws
out the worm which it has excited by its tap
ping. The starfish fastens Itself to the body It
wishes to feed on, turns iu stomach inside
out, and enwraps iu prey with this useful
The cuttlefish, which among other strange
tilings al ways walks with iu head downward,
dm-s not chew it food at all, but masticates
with IU gizzard.
Lobsters masticate their food with their
liorny Jaws, but they have also set. of teeth
ill their stomachs, where they ooiuplete tbe
ork of chewing.
The caterpillar feeds with two saw edged
Jaws, working transversely, and uses tbeiu to
-ucli good advantage tiiat he euu three or
four tunes In. owu weight every day.
The king or horseshoe crab chews its food
hIUi its legs. Thisisan actual fort, the little
animal grinding lis nmi-acU between lu thlgtu
before It uiws them over to lu mouth.
The sen iiivhlu has five teeth in five Jaws
cue in each Jnw all the five Immediately sur
munding ihe stmnaeh. The Jnn. hare a pe
culiar centi'Hlized motfoor JJ turning inward
and downward, to that they auo act at
The carp's teeth aro set back on the phar-
yiix.so l hut It may be literally said to masti
cate its bsid In its throat. Tbecrrp, too, la
ulsiut the only cud chewing fish, the ooarssly
swallowed fu si lielug forced up to these throat
teem lor complete mastication.
Tbe ray. or skate, has a mouth set trane-veriK-ly
across lt head, the Jaws working with
a rolling cioiliiu lilts two bands set heck to
buck, lu the jaws are three rows of fiatteetb
set like a tmiKiic pavement, and Isitween tbi
rolling jaws tie fUli cruhr oysters and other
molluoks like so many nuts. Ssn rTsncisoc
'Soil: the iiM-ilnsI ami results wheu
vnii of Ki;s is lal-cii; it is pleasant
mil ri In'sliiiig to tliu tHntu, niul arU
ciuly ot prmiipily on the Kidneys,
nivcr iiml llnwcls, flciinses the sys
oti i clll-ctiinlly, ilisicls colds, lieml-t'lie.-
nml levers nml cure huliittml
in sfijiiilion. Srti) nl Kips is the
inly rcineily of iis kind ever pro
lili'til, plcnsiii); to till" tuste mill AC
-ntjii.lt l"t tin stotiiiich, iroinjit in
its nctioii uiiil l nil y iN-ncliciiil in its
ll.vlP, piciniii'il only tVoin tlie most
'll'llllltV Itllll IlirfCCulilc SIllcllllllTS, ItH
instil v ccclli-iit iiiiililii-s t'otiiiiiPiiil it
tu till nml Iiiiva inmlc it the most
it lit - rcmcilv known.
Syrup if i'ijis is for salo in 80o
.mil SI loittli'H In- all Ictnliii); drug-
.'fsls. Auv rcliul'lp ilriiiriiist who
limy not Iiiivp il on Imml will ii
i in o it pi-"in .1 1 v for any one who
Mics In try ii. l"i liu' ncccjit any
CALIFOM! m SYRUP CO.
t4Vi '.SI'll I AL.
rw rout, n r.
Chicago & Alton U.K.
I'.tltriiMT Knl'TH TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST'.
Ali-vt11r to KanNii Cltv In 97 hnum.
A-lir lilt- to iH-uvi-r In f1 hour
,hciltr to han rmiit-i.o, CHUfurnta, and
I. .n ifitwl. irrjron. In ft davit.
rixlttl Vi-MtMiuittl 't'rnl ii St. l.ouU tu Kmn
ii- Cltv. Kt-cllntnu ihnlr cur lrt-.
I-or lull Itihtrniailott en 1 1 on or write t
II. A. IVcwIaiidt
I M l rift l'niieiiKvr AKctit.
No. Iu I'm tun Ave., Afthcvillr. N C
I CMAHl.TuS. V IV A.. 1'hUiiKo, III.
l-'nr Kt-hlltmin. A itrrfrrt h.te at a muilrrate
cois.1 Try a pniroi oitr PiHt liiltlf-n In irentie-
tm n'Kr'oitvi fir, ai . $ oti.:t.nn,$i.im,
$'J rn nml A'J.oo, i:vrrv tntr wnrrnntrd. Ki
ntnlnr our niM't-lnltli-it for tnittin nt $VHi,
$-J.. J nml imi, unrkcrllrd for com
lort, iliMiililhtv and nl,vlr.
hiit on h living ihr nrltflnnl M A. Packard
K I'o.'i 8Hih i. The irrmiltir have our utatiip
on hol'om of rnch nhoe, Hent poftpald to
nuy tmrt ot tin V. H. on recrlt of 1
A. PACK AKIt Ac CI
milv In Anhevillrliy
A. PACK AHtt Ac CO;, Unit k ton XI am. For
11. Hi.nwoou fife c.
imti 1 1 drnd Nmoi tu we In
THE PENLAND HOTEL PROPERTY
At IIbcoii River.
Pnr a iliort tine we offer fnr naif that
ttftU-titllil 1 (( of rtruwrtv known ne the Pen-
I tml lintel itrorrrtv nt P'i'eon Klver depot,
on the W. N. C H, K . itinnlNtlnK of SO acres
of hi iMtlitil Intnl. nlrilv n tin led ami in Rratn,
with a Hue Inrui- ttrliU hoiie contnliimff 1"
rnomi, tnyrih-r with hnrn. tnhkn, fine
lnruc ynrdrti nnd nt) m-oritiinrv outliutl'Hnn.
I I in tiTtnln y imr of the nW-rnt plncenln Wwt
eti North ( arollnn for a home or the hotel
Iniilm-n, ttrliiu nippllid with the nurrat
mmintiitn wnu-r front a nprlnic with eleva
tlnti miffittcnl to fori the water Into any
pnrt t tf the houe. The aceaery It unaur-
Tht property will I nold on long time, or
etirhnnuril lor hevltte property, (mirrored
or unlmin-iivtd. For parlli-ulari ailtlrew ua
ntAMtevllle. N. C.
NATT ATKINHON ft N.
MllS. A. P.LaDARBE
159 Patton Avenue.
Plrat-Claes Doard br tbe day er nnnth.
Terms oiadt snows es applleatlos.
Asheyllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds or Dressed
Door, Jah, Blinds), Mouldings, Stair work, Mantels), Bank
and Bar Fixtures), aud all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber "Work a Specialty.
nov 14 dly
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shadcsaud Patent Hangers,
Pnint. OU htjcI VarniMhvH, Mfinury g Miicd I-'aintt and Colnra. Window OIkh, botk
French and Amcrivaa
Wekecfiln .liifk 8t l.iiu.Manil Kentucky Lend. fetiAdlr
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD. MANN A JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO
NO. 37 PATTON AVENUE,
WholeHule and Retail Furniture Dealers.
er-Funntit attention aitc-n to all order., day or nlKbt
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Hy virtue of authority vented In tsetievleve
M. Connnt ttv n ifrtnin dird lu trn-texeciited
hv T. I. Viuiilltlt r a- d He. Ii. A Vioit'.ililer.
dntri the 'J 4-th dny of ,ime, A. I 17. mid
re ti "terra 111 tne Kii;itifr utmu-rm iiiincomoe
untviti Honk 10. un 07: nml oy virtue
if iiithoniv vnttd in V. VY. Itiirnnrd by a
tTrmln deed from uid T. f. Vnniiildvrand hi
mud wife tinted Oct 14. Ihm?, and reuiatervd
In staid HfKt-trr'i office In Hook '. pHKr4PH,
tnirrthrr with a dt t'lanitloti of trut of the
nld V. W. Hrimnrd drilnml therein dntcil
iirtotter 1!7, 1H77. nnd reKiHtt-rcd in wild oilit-e
In Hook 1 1 of mortitnirr" nnd fired In truvt
at paire and hv mvrtionothrrdeedfrom
the nid T. I. Vnni;lldi-r nnd hi anfd wife to
nntd W. V. Itiirnnrd dntrri iKtotrrr SP,
INM7. and reirltrrcd In mild office In Hook
ilo. pnice .tun, together w lih a dtclftratii.n ot
trul aiade thert'on hy the nid W. V. Hnrn
nrd dntcd the 14th dnv ol (H-tottcr. A 1.
unit r- Kintercd in unid oltu e lu Hook 1 1
of mortKfiirr and dred ol truM. tutue 4i7;
and hy virtue ot authority vrnttu in j. a
Contint h) act rtnin drt-d in trntteecuud by
the aid T. I. Vnmillilrr and hiM unid wife,
dnt d the necond dny of Novcmlier, 1mh7,
and rt'Kittrrrd In ""'d 'ffice in Hook of umrt
K'aitrM nnd deed in truitt No. 1 1 . pnge 470,
a wv'I an bv virtue ol any nuinority ne may
have by reamm m the ileed in inmt ti Htnbovt
mentioned, tthe said T. I. VaiHillder and witi
havina tnile'i to imv the mniia tvurvd hy
each nd every 01 itnid dred In tnot and
iieefi ami (lecitirtition-t 01 trui tnrreon according-to
their ftrvcrnl iMttvittionsj, utu) the
mm Id truNtrct. hnvlnif ntfrccd iinmnu tht-in-wlvr
a to the prioritirt) of the variouK
drhi aectired and a to the protier diviiion
of the prmtfd of the alc of the
binds hrrrinntter dricritieili, the naid frue
vit ve H Conttnt and the tuid W . W . Hurnitni
andthesuidj. A. Cn;int, trunteew in Raid
ittrit in trtmifi nun ureut nun ncciiirationsi n
truitt thereon, will ued nt public auction for
ah at the court houe bor in the city of
Adhevlllr at '! o'clock tn. on the lilwt d v ol
Mav, A U. 1U, a cert 11 in piece or purer! ol
liotd In the citv of Abbeville, countv of Hun-
tont lie a tut Ktate .if North Carolina, on the
aouth vide ol Collctre Urecl. and on the wei
tdr of nvidwon utreet. includiiiK the clcuatit
brick rtldrnce now ociupiid by Kind 1. I.
tanCildrr. nnd the ntnhlc mid -h-vernl ndin-
ivnt lnl back of it, hounded nu follown: 1 -n
the north by Cidletcc otn-ei, on the enat ii
I'nvldaon itrect, on thevouih ly liiiifU-ntret
nnd on the went by the Jnll lot und the A. T
Pavldtion lot. now Park' At the mime time
uud place the Mild W. W. (Inrniird will nell al
Iiubllc auction lor cnh a large lot ol houai
uild and kitchen furniture under the author
ity of the deed from unid Vimi'tlldcr and wlh
to Itnrnnrd brat und ubove uientloncil ami
the drclurnti' n of tru t made thcrrou a
nfomiaid March 1!!!, 1MMI
UUNKVIKVi: K.CtiNA NT, Trualee.
J. A CtN'A NT, TniMter.
V. V. HAKNAkl), Tru a tee.
in mt 24 dnnd
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard miUding.
School nnd Colli'e Text
ItnokN, n full lino. I'oi'ts, IHh
tory, lloTiinnco, IMojjrnpliy,
Trawl ami Novels, Family
HibloH, S. S. HibleH and TeHt-
amentH, Oxford Ti'iiclmrH
lilblCH, jSoilJJf JiOOKH of till
kindH, law stock Stationery.
Blank Hooks nnd Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies and UentH 1'oeket
books lust onenetl. Fancy
Goods and Dolls.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at S.3S a. m, Bndlng 10.00 p. in.
Car leaves Square for Deiwteverj sour and
half hoar. . ....
f'.rlcavea Hfiuarr Ihr Meme'a. lloullLiaT
anil Camn Patton T minutes alter cavh hour
and half hour
i-.r I...,. Mclke. rtouhlrnav and Camo
Pattoa T minutes before each hour and half
D C! El mm
Schedule ears connect at Square.
Train car te e.err train , One vails al
lowed each paaarnger
TH ASHBVlI,.; e, JBTRY. CO,
Near PaaweiiBcr Depot.
liditur AhIic lllc Citlien:
That our many friend a may know how wc
ure jfcttinK on we will at ate that wc took In
in Hotel ano Store
9.000 in Weeks.
Took In Inat Hnturdny over $700. $75 of
thnt waa hotel, balance store. Hotel refti
tered U.t that day. Had O.ooo arrivala In
3 month. Our at ck la mnmmoth300 feet
lonK and 15 feet wide. Tell the ba'anc of
the world to come and nee "(ltd Ched" mile.
nnd buy flood of ua and anvc 10 to 110 per
nnvlOdtf ft. K. CIIKIll-STKH At SO
JANU lfl)K tSALUe
In put-nun nee of the provtalnna of a certain
written contract executed by und between
the untlcrij)iu-d and John Hniwn on the 7th
ilfiv of llelulMT. IhKL' nml m Nivniinl sif fits
in ii ure ot mild John Urown and of his
n me, J. tt. Sanirt, to comply with the con-ditton-
of Httid contract, and flndina that
alter domir rrnt dunwte and cumtntttina
witHte on suid Itsnd anid Hrown baa aMaitrned
hia intcrt t therein to J. H. Kama, I abalT cs-
.m ' iu fine ui puonc nuction lor caan at tne
court liouae door in the citv ot Aahevllle at
IU o'clock meridian, on Monday, the Slat
day ol Munii, lh:io. the tract of land on
w hich the anid John llrown haa heretofore ro.
tided, biiiK on the went aide of the French
nroati river nnu net ween aam river and the
tiornian bririue roud and the Turkey crrrk
road, udimrltaif the lniida of W. W. Smith,
New ton (tuVnby and othcra. For more par
ticulnr tleicription reference la made to the
deeil renin led in liook 4n. twitn l'Jfl. 1U7
and 1 liM in the KeKiatcr'a othec of Buncombe
mnrV! dtda NICHMdND PBAVtRCiN.
THU LAKGIiHT AND I1HST Kl'lPPBD IN
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABOR ATORILft
CONttri.TI.N0 CIIKMIKT ANO MININO SNOINKRRt.
Annlj -tea of Metnla, Orea, Coat or Coke, Min
eral W at era. Ferlilliera, etc
PKICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property inveatlKttcd. developed
bouKht nnd mild,
Corrcapoildetice an) kited.
Sample can I acnt by mall or eipreaa. Jf
ent by exprraa. rhnrKca muat be prepaid.
Aifcnta wanted In every place.
VH.H C. WOLTCRRCK,
nov ft ilbwlv Manaarcr.
TO WEAK MEN
Buffering from the rfTerts of routhful errors, early
dnrar, wftKtfuswMknnw, lo.lmuihood,eto., 1 wlu
Send a TalUftbl. tr..tlM (eratedt eooUlnlnf fall
particular, fnr home eute, FREIof eharga, a
eplendld medlral work i .bnuM he read bj every
man who la herrou. and dtillliaied. lildnt
Prof. V. C FOWLEB, Boodus, Caoa,
novA fliw l.v
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C.A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
unol 1 p. at., and 4 until p. at.
The terms of aubucrlptlon are: One year
S3; mm, Sl.Bin 8 moe $1 1 1 mo., flOcte.,
dally 8 eta.
Officer, for lMUO-Pre.ld.nt, Charles W.
Woolaeyi Vice-President, Thos. A. Jones Sec.
and Trra.urer, D. S. Watson Librarian, Miss
B. J, Hatch.
Cltlirnt snd visitors are eordlaMy urlted '
totaspeetths catalosws aad iaeeribe tkelr
an.ee as members. ;. JasMMti -
lilt J ieH-tilW-
lSill,ji ii. ini.ai'ijiiiiaiw'laiaila I