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ASHEYILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EYENiftaOO.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1STS a tor appeared on mv now, and
grew rapidly. Aa my father mil iiinrer.
and my husband died ol it, i Decainn niiirio
etl, and conaiillod my iihyali'ian. Hit treut-
If! II, I
ment did no food, and the aora drew luiiiui
-mi worse in every wav.tiniu inmieoin'iii'i-
i luui I wni to die from lu (leuie. 1 win
(i.n-r,i aUeU to tnke a. K 8., and a fee- hnttio.
rui-eil uie. Tin wns after all iheilisiiurs and
other medicine, had lulled. I have had ue
return ol the eam-er.
MRS. M.T. MAI1KS
Woodbury. Hall County, Texas.
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MRS. A. I. L,u 11A R II K
IS9 Hntlon Avenue.
I'lnt Claea Board liy the day or mnnth.
Termi nude known an appllratlon.
Nance Willlama waa not beautiful, in
(lie ordinary aonse of the word. She
waa aunburned and freckled, and her
none hud too much tlie augKPattnti of
snub to bo an orimmi'iiu Hut nlia had
fine uypB not lurK, but aniitll, expreea-
iveand fnii).'t'(l with heavy hlai'k lunliea.
Slie wub a hii'uiix iuibtd, well developed
and hourty cirl of 2'A, or thereabout", at
the time, uf thiaBtury, ami was known to
the Ukytown coniiiiuuity us a fcnrlesi
woinun, and no Iohh peculiur than brave.
Peculiar, intleeil! Sliu Imil no rels'
tivea that any one knew of, and waa all
alono way out in that western country,
ami for a woman to lie ulone in Dakota
in 'tiS-S. unil eniieeiitliy "holding down
claim" ten inilea from nny one, presents
ed a Bpet'tiiele i( self eaori lice and during
rarely exhibited by the gentler bcx.
Kut Niinc wiihcniial lo the emergency
If ahc hud u lienri to dure, hIiu had an
arm tall milllelenl for her iirotectinn. She
could liumilna gun with the akill and
euBft of a proferthiiinal ranker, and bad
more than once dcuioiiHtruted her BUierb
iiiurkniiiaimliip. 1 liuve mi n her lireu
the wildest of hront'liuB tti the Buddie,
and by a seoi'e of himilar uets proclaim
lierM'll the iihsIivhh of her Mtuulion
Yet, with till her muHctiline qualities,
ahe wub fa mi ii i lie to the KmitfBt degret
in some or the sw eeter virtuemif her Bex,
She wua rutly wilted, bright and tender
hearted, uml whenever hhe came into the
store to tritilo it w an a treat for uie to
druw her ml in conversation. She wat
usually very reserved, but Iron) time tc
time I glcuiieilii few facia concerning net
early life. She wua born in Culiforuia.
Tin re wub a tinge of liuliiiu blood in hei
mother's veins and her father waa
miner a "lurly-niiier." Her whole life
hud been thrown in the most rugged sur
rouiidings, uml I could not but wonder
how Hhe iiud growu tip into her acuthe-
leas womanhood. She was adiamond in
the rough 1 could ace I hat and I gloried
in it, lint how she supported herself and
why ahe buried herself awuy out in that
lonely region ufur from womankind and
civiliztitiuii were myalerieB to ua all.
Along in tun summer or oi a young
fellow from the east came to Skytown
and nettled down among iw. He waa a
pale, aickly looking iiidividiial, slightly
built, hud blue eyes, curly yellow hail
and wore goggles. He wua very relliied
in his language and drena, and carried
himself w ith tuck a acholarly air that
he wus immediately christened "Pro
fessor." His father, lie told me, bad
ent him west for his health. lie had
come to Dakota with the avowed inten
tionof roughing it, mid wanted uie tc
advise him the piosT method for seeing
the greatest amount of pioneer life in
the liorici possible time. I advised
him lit take up a claim, roll up hit
sleeves mid do us we Uukotiuia did. U(
followed my ml vice to the letter, I in
troduced him to Charley Atwood, and
he piiri'liused of him the relinquishment
of u line qtiurtcr of ground, three milet
from town, remodeled the shack a little
to suit his convenience, and started in
to exiKTience Dakota life. In some man
ner he liecunie acquainted with Nanct
Williams, ami they grew to be steudfast
friends. 1 knew their friendship wiu
warm, but did not dreum it was sc
strong at lifter events proved.
Unu iillit. nUmt b or 9 o'chx:k, Nuuoe
Williams came into the store. She did
not show much excitement, hut her ere
blazed iii a manner that evidenced hoi
feelings. She upproached mo and sale
in a low tone:
"I'd like tcr apeak with you, Mr. Bar
She looked sidewnya at two or three
loafers in the si ore, and 1 knew she de
sired to see me privately. 1 was some
what surpris.il, but conducted her to my
little cuiuiy inn,) or un olllce.
"What do you suppose Itice Holding;,
Tom Jenkins un' all Ihut giuig are gobs
tcr do to-ingliir
Her voice shook w III. passion.
"1 cannot imagine, iliss Williuma,'
said I in it lone of ularin.
"They're over at Spangler'a plottin' to
beat the proressor out o his claim!
"You don't tell niel"
"I do, though. Y'ou see, the professor
is out o' tuwn uu' that gang knows it, so
they re goui to try an stcui his place.'
"Hut they citn't"
"They wiv they can. They say they'U
try it an' give the tenderfoot a big scare,
anyway. Why, I never heard of such
"How do they intend to go to work to
get the profundi ir s cluiuir
"1 heard 'cm talk in' it all over. Said
they'd la lie ulung a keg o' whisky
move Into Ida shack au' slay there.
Thcy'ro goln' up to-night. They won't
have any time to-morrow, cause the pro-
fessor'll get luck then. Y'ou know, he
went lo Jnniow n Tuesduy. Can't you
do aoiuetlilu , Mr. iinrlowr
"The law won't uphold them, Miss"
SI ie snupH d her lingers.
"That for the iawl I tell you tin
fellers sha'n't get lino the professor's
hack If 1 can help it.
She drew herself together like an an
gry Amuzon, and her eyes were twin
coals of lire.
"I beg of you don't be rash, Miss Will
There cuius a chorus of yells from
Spongier s. Nance Williams listened a
"Hear that . she said harshly) "they're
gcttln' ready to ga It's time 1 was mov
in', Y'ou murk uiy words, Mr, Ilorlow,
the firol'essoi 't claim is safe Nanos
Williuma says so,"
Site rushed out of the store and away
Into the night, A few minutes after
horse came past at lightning speed, with
Mudcop Nam o crouching low In the sad
dle and BMHilng away on bar hair
Shouts and yells came fromSpangler's,
and not long after Nance bud gone
drunken rabble rode by the store in the
direction she had taken, I felt certain
something of a serious nature was threat
ened, so, as soon as I could leave the
tore, I saddled my horso and followed.
ins moon had coiuo out of the purple
sky overhead. In her light the land
scape wua brought out with startling dis
tinctness, for Da Itol a moons are noted
for their intense brilliancy. Tom Jenk
ins' gang had n hnlf hour the shirt of me,
and 1 put my horso lo the run in ordor
that I might lie on hand with ns little de
lay as possible. As 111 v horse cluttered
over the bridge t hut spanned the Pipe-
stem, l hcnnl a succession or faint rifle
iihnts from the direction of the profits
"My Uod!" I cried, "the girl will be
killed I" and 1 uuhud uiy horse to greater
It Una never occurred to mt that l
would be helpless In an encounter with
the drunkon rubble. I had thought of
nothing; but gstttug upon the ground lo I
the quickest possible time, for it was
more than probable that Nance Will
iam would be alone at the mercy of the
crowd. Aa I drew nearer and nearer
my destination 1 heard cries from time
to time, and my nerves were all vtrem
ble with excitement and apprehension,
When I came close to the professor's
claim shanty, however, I realized that
Nance Williams was in no immediate
danger, for tho men, some ten or twelve
in number, stood counseling together.
From their loud talk I gleaned that they
had met with a disappointment they
had thought that the professor waa in
Jlmtown, while they had found him in
the shack, on hand to protect his prop
"What's the matter, boys?" I inquired,
springing from my horse.
"It's Barlow," said Tom Jenkins tc
his associates in a low and not very de
lighted voice. Then, advancing toward
me, be asked: "What do you want, Ike
"To see fair play," said I promptly;
"what are you fellows here fort"
" 'Toin't nut bin' to you. You go back
to town an' leave us alone."
While I waa haranguing Tom Jenkins,
itice Fielding, his partner, tried to steal
up to the door of the house. He had gone
barely half way, however, when a rifle
waa thrust through a partly open win
dow and fired in his direction. The
bullet whistled uncomfortably near him,
and Rice retreated with more haste than
"No use. Bice," said Tom Jenkins;
"the fellow n i ns business. There'e
only one way to get at him, an' that's tc
burn him out.
"Look here," I cried excitedly; "have
you men any idea of the crime you are
perpetrating? This outrage"
There more several derisive yella from
the crowd, and I could see they were
too muuh bent upon mischief to be ivilu
enued by me.
"Say, Barlow, you know sa well as 1
do Unit Charley Atwood hadn't no right
to jump that claim in the first place.
That there place belongs to me an' Tom,
an' the rest of the fellers are goln' tc
help me get it buck, so you just kect
mum an' get out o' the way."
Ah, that was the ideal It was a fact
the quarter bad originally been II led ou
by Itine Fielding, but he never went neat
it and made no pretension of living up
to the law, consequently it became jump
able and Charley Atwood hud tuken ad
vantage of this fact. All the while At
wood held the place, Fielding had made
no move to get it back, but now that the
profossor had bought It a fancied w rong
rankled in Fielding's breast.
In this view of the case 1 thought best
not to tell the men they were battling
against a woman. The chances wen
they would consider her more easily im
posed upon than the professor, and,
pushing to greater extremities, tho u trail
might be made liillnitely worse. I de
cided to draw oue side and watch tin
affair passively, and then, when it
reached a climax, I would domy utmost
to protect Nance Williams.
Going to the rear of the house where
there were no windows or doors througt
which a riflo could be llrod, preparuiioiu
were made to burn the building. A billet
of wood was saturated with the oil of s
lantern one of the men hud brought, and,
lighting this torch and taking an armful
of straw. Rice Fielding approached U
burn the professor shack. Before he
could put his plan into operation, how
ever, a figure appeared on the roof of the
house. Standing aloft, stem and un
daunted, upon the flat roof, Nance Will
lauiscovereU luce Fielding with her rifle
"Not auother step, she cried waru-
Ingly, "not another inch oryou'roa dead
Uood Cod!" yelled FielJIng, "it
There she stood, erect as a statue a
target fur a dozen gun.
"Nanoe Williams," I cried, "for God
sake come down.
"Ii they take the professor's claim
they walk over my dead body ter get Ik
What are you goln' to do, Kice Held-
"Don t shout, boys. Nance, put up
your gun I'll quit. In heaven's nam
don't stand there."
"I'll stand here till every lust one o
you git acroet the Pipesluiu. Now, you
feller move or I'll shoot anyhow!"
Well, they "moved, and I never saw
such a dismayed lot of uien as mounted
their horses and rod towards Skytown.
They were not too much inebriuted to
realize that twelve men had made war
on one woman, and Itcy went back con
scious of defeat.
But wbat ailed Fielding? At the very
climax ol hi expedition he had weak
ened. Whatcausedit? Nance Williams
happened to be in the store two or three
days after, and I asked her.
Iluhl said she, contemptuously, "he
wants me ur marry him, an' I'd aee him
dead and buried afore I'd stoop so low aa
that after what he tried to do the pro
fessor." She paused a moment, aud I
a tear sleal down her cheek. "I
never liked but one feller in my l.fe, Mr.
Barlow, an' Bill he died. 1 II toll you
bout him sometime, Good-by,"
She left the store in a hurry.
H Women are women the world over,"
(nought t, and I pitied poor Nanus from
the bottom of my heart. William W,
Cook in Free Free.
Lucy Did you know that our new
young rector is quite an artist?
BneereweU Ah, indeed! It Is truly
refreshing to And a preacher that can
draw. Pittsburg Bulletin.
Volapuk Is now lven years old, and It I
erled that A.OOO.OUO pursoua ar obi to
There sr five Nsw Torks, nins Philadel
phia sot twelve Bottona in th United
Mr, Orevlll Wabmta, of London, Eng
land, aaya Uiat tb earth waigua 6,874,000,.
A new postage stamp has recently been
Issued In England, value tenpenc. It col
or are carmine and mauve.
A very large letter wss recently mailed hi
Australia. It weighed iidtt tmitces, and the
value of the stamps on it amounted to S-VV
India Ink Is mad from burned camphor;
th Chinese are Ih only manufacturers of
this ink, and they will nut reveal th ssorsl
of th process.
During I WW slightly over 1100.000,000
worth of gold was dug (mm tlie earth
on the four continental the largest quantity
came from Australia, California and South
Til moat fertile land In Bump Is a dis
trict ol llussl kwtwesu th Carpathian, and
th Urals; corn has been growu on sooi of
till Isnd for ovr seventy years, without
A novel Invention baa been introduced by
shirt vender of Brusiuli. To every under
garment which be sells Is attached a musical
Instrument wuion oan u aacreuy piarsd by
Aa KagUah naval offlor has Inrsnt!
pneumatic line throwing gun, very liuht and
portable, which Ores a hollow shell, bearing
the cord to a wrecked vessel, or Into buruiug
uuuaings on ary tana.
la a library la Paris, the largest In the
world, Is a Cliluess chart of the heavens msris
about 000 years before Christ. In this chart
1,400 stars are found to be correctly inssrteii,
as corroborated by the scientist of th pres
There la a curious bit of lutareatiug In
formation that will be new to many rwlert.
In Africa the prefix serve for the purpose
mat ino amx serves ror in European lan
guages. For example: Spain, Spaniard,
Spaiusb ao in our mother tongue; but in
Africa Uguudm is th nam of a itnte, Wa
gauds ars the inhabitants thereof, and 11a
gauda the language.
The uiutllest, simplest, and best protected
poatnffle in Uie world is In the Strait of Ma
gellan, and baa been there fur many years; It
uousiata of a amall keg or eiuk chained to the
rocke of the extreme cape, iu the strait 0i
xwlM Terra del Kut-go; each passing ahip
seiidf a boat to take the letter nut and put
others in, tho pisHofOi'e Is self acting aud un
provided with I pustuiaster, and la, there
fore, under the protection uf all the usvius of
Th east of the leading daily newspapers lu
Loudon to purchasers Is ss follows: The
Times, tlx cents; Tbe Telegraph, Slumlord,
Duily News, ChrouielH, Financial News,
Sportsman hikI New York Herald, two cents
eaeh. The evening s-r ars: pall Mall
Uazntte, two cents; Tim Evening Standard,
two cenls; Tbe Star, one cent, and The Echo,
one caul. The tjtindny Olmerrer sella for
eight cents, Lloyd's Sunday pur for two
cuius, aud the Sunday Times for two ceul.
Oxide of uranium mixed
with oxide of
lead pnslure at raw color
Carmine color, when used for temlt-r porce
lain, la premred with fulminating gold aud
muriate of silver.
By the mixture of red and blnrk nxlde of
Irou iu different proportious various .hades
of redilisn brown or obtained.
A very )iermaueut red color is produced
by calcining the oxide of Iron with double lis
own weight of commercial salt.
Purple and violet eolors ar produced by
dissolving gnhl In iiqtm rogia (uitro muriatic
acid) and immersing a bar of pur tlu in the
Oxide of mnnitnneen is used for black color.
The beet bines, however, is obtained by the
oomlilnntlon of manganese, brown oxide of
copper aud oxide of ent it.
Rel oxide of iron, premred by the united
set ion of the ami nunc acid, yields s red
color which, although lieatitiliil, is less brill
ianttiiuii that prislueod from gold.
For the production of blue, well prepared
oxideor eolialt is ti-,i, mixed wiihsuux.
Oxides of tin ami alno. added lu din nl pro
portions, give different sbadee. from a deep
red to a light lilue.
Oreeu oxide of coppnr is generally employed
fa the product!,. n of green colors. Undo of
chromium is also a brauluul green eoler,
whicn is, however, destruelible under the
heat of a jsirivlim oven.
8hsdc (t nil, ,liH.H-iimg from rsie color,
and istwiiii frnin the increasing application
uf neat to brown, are olitutncd troin Irou.
The flux empl.iii.l with this oxide is coin-
IiomsI of Isirnx. sand nod a small portion of
red lend. The coloring may be used either
wituor waiioui prvvious rusiou with tne Dux,
Tootilaii. yellow colors, white oxide of an
timony, ml teil with sand und oxide of lead,
are employed, die latter substance serving as
a flux to the i.ilicm. Oxide uf tin Is some
times added when the color is required to be
livelier. The colors are not susceptible uf
change, hut if exsse-,l bo the full heat of a
porcelain furnace would be eutlroly destroyed.
Hobert Rniwning and Mrs. Drowning wars
among the curly advoeutesuf equal rights for
wotaeu in England.
Konulh is always glad to receive visits
from Americans, and is uever tired of speak
big uf his vielt to the Uuiled States.
Judge Toiirgee, the author, lives iu a roomy
old house iu Mayville, N. Y. He is s very
rapid reader and Is said lo be uble to "ab
sorb" an oidinsry novel in Ibreo-qtiai-icrs of
William MorrU, the Sieinlil p-s't, la .VI
years old, of uusliuiu height, with broad
shoulders, crow ncd by a Hue bond; his eyes
are large, dark and penetrating: lie is a man
of uudouhti-d honesty of purp-nc, and witu
sirong persotiidii y.
Oaldis,. the Spanish novelist, is deserllssl
as a man coining into a room with a bard-at-work
air and a cigarette between Ihiiuib aud
Auger; he is a ilitrK, slender luuii, of gotsl
height, rnliivr lis e jointed, -14 years old, and
with a young lui.
Alexandre Dumas is florid facet and UM
headed ami ml. and baa a fringe of eni lt gray
hair and n horror of tolwiTo: lie l- hoi clei.
orderly, and is to be seen every Sunday in
nl' shirt se-eves, foalber dinner lu bau.l, In
dulgiug bia hobby for cleaning up his .aiictum
or moving the furniture.
Has O'Rell tells a story lo the effect that
Alfred Tennvson, when a young P's-i, called
on bluff, gruff old Thomas Cnrlyle and to
gether they aat near the tivplsi-e for hours,
neither taking. Fiunllv Carlvle accoui-
panleil Tennyson to tbe door, aud, shaking
his hand warmly, bad the young man com
gain, for tie (Carlvle) bad enjoyed inch a
i i ic i: s u c c i; h s.
The reason K PM s
MK'Killlli K 1 1 I I : l I.
the inosl wonih 1101 ttiii.
ieine. Is lircinise ll lots
tleer l'nili-,1 In inlv hi.
stnnix-, no uiiiller wlial
the disease, Ironi 1.1:1'
HiiKV to the slimilisl
ilisinse known totlu-ltii
'I'he s. It mute no n ol
toil.t i' I nl in noil
priov ih. il i'er ids
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f'' tluit our TrmU'-Mmk (Minnr tin itlinvi-t
nph nm un cnh Iiiii
Hrml lor hnuk "IHnlitry ol thv Mlcrul.f
Ktllir." (ilvfii nway liv
J. 8. GRANT,
Hole Agent, Aehrvllle, N
Hlie Wan Completely Cured. "
A tin tighter of my cusKMicV suffered
from suppressed inenslriiiition, and her
health was coinnlctclv wrecked, i At mv
suggestion she used one bottle of llrS'Hj'
held 8 reuiiilc Kcgiiliitur, winch cured
her. J. W. Ili-.I.I.IMS, Water Valley, Miss.
Write The llnidlicld Keg. Co., Atluntii,
On., for particular. Sold by nil drug
Both tho mi'tluiil und results when
Syrup nl' Fie; is taken; it ie pleiiunl
mil rt li'osliine; u tlio IiiNte, uml acts
ently yet iiroiuiitly on tlio Kiilnoys,
uiver anil liowels, rleiinscs the hvh j
U'ln filed ilitlly, ilispels colds, lieiiil-1
tt'lies uml I'eveiH iiikI cures liuliitiml
i!oustiintion. Hvrnp of l is the j
inly remedy of its kind ever iro '
llicetl, pleasiiiif to (he taste uml lie I
I'i'ptalilo to the sl iiiiiii-li. irniuit in j
its action ami truly lieneliciul in its'
elects, ii'eiuiiei oiilv IVniii tlie mHt
healthy iiml agi thle sulistmiceB, its
ninny excellent tiialiticH comuieinl it I
to all nml liuvn nmile it tho most
popular ivmeilv known.
Svrun of Iml'h is fur snlo in hOc
anil 81 hoides by nil loading dnig-l
gists. Any reli'iihlo ilrii;i.'ist who'
may not have ii on IihimI will pro-1
cure it proinpily for anr one who
wtHlicfl to try it. Do no' iiccent any !
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I
4 IHAM-XCU l it.
inuisviite, t. ivrtv vomt, n.r
Pur miitlctiit ti. A jK-nn't )mm hi k iiiiMlcrntf
CiiMt Try ii itnr o nur tit-ifMln m in ifenne'
mrn'wfi'ot wear, til !.". imi, s I on. :i..r.n. W'J.tUi,
$ J.ro ami $J a I-.vit pair w iirr.imtil. V.-
a nine uitf itK-tMHtu lor laihr til $4.1 Ml,
$ i.lM. t'J. nml JS- imi. iMit xt rlli-il for nun
furl, ilui nliility ai J it h .
Init ai having tin- titijjuctl M A. I'at kanl
tii Cn.'t Slinefs. 'I'lie kft nniiit liavc mir Htatiip
till liotiiMti ul eat'lt -Ihh- Slit piHtpriii In
H-iv imrt ul lli I'. S on n-tvii't (' pritv. M.
A. I'ACK KI V Vir, Hri'tkloti Mas-. VT
.ilv in AIii-yIi1 )
II. UKIfWOOl ti CO.
H tti; I 1 ill i! siiioM mi tlrt
BUGGIES. CARrilAGES. BLACKSIUITHING.
T) ihi-rhii'iiF- ii Atlu vUU- ami vicinity I
wMilt iiiiiainnti' that at tin slinp iii.'iill' Ut'
Uriel, tit t t Wuinll'iii italilr-, I am U-l
t"r prcparnl that) t vrr to 1n wmk in tn line.
VVncitii-. IIiil lit i ami (.'arrtiua-" tiianttiai t'
uptl Kepairiiiu ami hr'-tiiM'inu ate mk-
ei iltun. nml pviuvt kaijia('iiin uunrantei-il.
M v AM'kiiieti art e)n ra neeil ami skillltil nml
mv eliarKm are ittinli rtiti
it.i 'jri.l M HI h VI- TTI-
ICiikUhIi ami I'rcucli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LAOICS AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Nn. lo I'reiit Ii Hmail Avimie.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAN0. PRINCIPAL
i rur nmuv yeam A-ni iim rnneipai
Vi-niuti Institute. ialunnn
I li v 11 t
iiiik it;, nl trai lieri
W. I. HVIC,
liraiiiu M niimeiitti.
All kiliil ol Muliil
limit. TiMiiliitiim .
ami Vane" tlimle In
trilrr !n lilt Inli'il
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
aril At MiiiiiMinlii
Win lt am.
Chicago Alton It. It.
I'ASI'l-SI Kiil'l I-. Tn
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
AhevMlt to kaiia i it in M7 hour.
Aheville In iN-nvi-i in ol hour
Aheville tn Sail I tain 1 o, Clililoruiii, mid
'ort Intnl. ireuon, Iti dm
Solid VeHtilailnl Train St. I.om to Kail
1 CI l v. keclli.liiw chair ear lie .
l-'ot Hill iniottiKitinn call on or write In
It. A. NcMhind,
M-trut lMeiiuer Aitii,
o In I'atlnn ,e., Axhevtllc. N.C
J. CM A l I.T( IN. tl. V. A . t'hlcaiin. IH
Task a tiA atiiMia
W. Iss iMiiiflaii' llama
ibTIah' nam and
t r ten art slaniDMl on th
bottom. If tin dralir raiimn miiuiy nn.
nd Ulract U faclorr. uclolDf MivarUMd
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLKMtN.
r In mir. liaaTy lmwi umm ran irwai
llMl HI ilia worin, r.
NI'lK Hell IV
All tn awl tti CoiivrM.
MS KHOPE FOB MINMF.S,
Reel Material. Beal etyle. Ileal rittlas,
W. L. DeValaa, Brosikten, Mass. Set f
II1SKKING Sk WEAVER.
fl.OO tiKNI'lNK IIAWAV.S
4.00 II A NIMkn r l V Miirr,.
J AO rOI.H'K ANh FAipiKltHMlOB.
,.flO K.XTKA VAM'K AI.K m
4.00 and 1.75 IIOYH M'MOOIs NIIOBS.
All linwie In CoiivrM. Huttnti mid Leo,
AnhevUle, . C. I
i jut in -!
'iMiolrwwrnnfl benlere In all kinds of Dressed" '
r.'S JMII.B i
a. a. a 1 ..
nlfl) )(ib j .t1!niln
Door, NhhIi, IMJutlti, utllnfeii, Stalrorkyamtc
and liar I Lxlurc, and all ktMdaoi4aWiidl
Hard Wood Ltirtrl'SYork'.';
nov 14 J1 v
Dcalemlu Wall Paper, W indow titiadea arid Patc
. .I-'U O, .'ft, ! , e . . . II i'-o.-J,,r:
i. . I, It. -jfl,. vnntl - I
I'Hluta, tills and Varnishes. M usury's Mixed
Prcnch and Americas ''
Wc fcit p in stock St. l.omsHiitt Kenliu-kv Ind.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD. MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO
NO. 37 PATTON AVENL'B,
Wholesiilc and Retail Furniture Dealer,
t-e frouipt ul ttiuioii acien to nil orders, day or nlttht
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Mv trtne 1 l itnl hiirllv vetted in ;iulrve
I H i'oiiant he a eertiiin di-ed In tniH t entel
' 1i T I ani.iltl t il iie. Ii. A Vai Hihler.
j datf -I thr 'Jit M lav ul June, A. I l'-T.ntHl
l rt'uiMten it in the Pujint r'illueiil IhineomlH
I'uiniiv in p.Mih in. iiau r.7i-; ami ny viriue
iii iiiitlltirii vtUil'ii W W . Httrtiard hy a
it rtnin iltui Ir-nn ..- il T I. Vani .ill rami hi
Mud vtiu-ilaud act 14. 7, nnd rrumtei-eil
in .aii I Kii;ilei' otliee in Honk H". pane 4!n.
tuvetluT with a ilii-liiraiinii ni trut i the
-aid VY. Itartt'iril ilniartil ttu-ri-iti ilateil
1 ti tuiN r .'7, I 77, nml rt kiHi n d m taiil nrtne
in Ittink 1 1 nf niiirtaejt' ami ilet-tlft m trim
at piiL'e 44.aml l ria n ut Mer deed I rum
th" -alii T I. Vani iihlir anil In mi id wite ti
inld W. W. H.iiiinr.1 dated littiilar JH.
1T and rejiiiti-nil inlaid nlliie in Itituk
in. paisTt "ai:i, ti'jii Oa r uith rt drt laintion m
triit maile therenii liy tlu - wit id W. . Harn
ard 'laWil the 11th dav ul l ii-tnlier. A l
ta7. and r. cmtrn d in until mlite in lo'k II
uf tiitirtuntjeii and ileel ul triit, paue 4i7i
and liv irttte ut nnihortty vetid in A
1 utiiiiil liv a ti it ma di til 111 trtit evilti il liy
iheniiilT. I. atu.ildtr and hi oaid wife,
dat il l he m-eund day .' Nih-iii1kt, 1 7.
and rt'KiteiTil in naiil'i'itier in Itnuk of mrt
is'imr ami ilitil In trut No. 11, jmife 47(1
n wel nn liv virtur nl tiny nnthurtty he ino
htiteli tiihii in thr ilt nl in tfnl ti it n I mi vi
tn nliutit-il. tthnaal I . I ain'i:der ami wih
h mik taile'i lopav the nioi,.-ii urea ret I h
eaeh ml eri v ul Maid deed tn tritt nml
Irril and dielaratiun nf ttuit thereon at
euro in u In i hi ir era) piiviiiiit. uml ihi
Hid trimtee having at,reil a"n'titf thrill-vt-lvt
a lo t'e priutitii' of the vanoti
ilrl.t Mt-iuriMl and a in the pr ht divimun
nf the proeeei) ot the ate of the
latnl hi rriiinlti r h iilieiii. th- ttatd tJetir
vii ve K Cnnanl and thmaal V. V. Hatnaril
and t he Mud I A- 1 nl. Iru-tit in wild
U-til in titint and dieil and il larnl iotm ol
iriiti tin n mi, w ill e I t pni'he iiiutioti fin
u-ll at tin emitt hi.ii.r door in the city ol
h villi at t L' nVhuk 111 nn the .tlt d vol
Mitv. A 1 1. I'.", a ivttaiii piiee or pnrerl u
land ill the eii o A-he ille. t omit ! iia
t unilie ai'd Slate .if orih Car''iiiH, on the
nth ide of t'olleue ntliet iiim) on the wel
Mite ol a Ml' 111 .tieet, iiu htdiiiu the U Katlt
iiriek rcttuh nce imw liinl ly ild 1'. 1
X'aiHiilihr. nml ilu Malik and m era) ml.in-i-ent
lot luuts ol it, liotnniril tin follow: li
hi- tmnli i t t'oPi ue tnei, on tlx rant to
laiilntl vitrei I, on the oinh l-.lijfh'ft'ree
nil on the we I liv ihe iail lot and the A. T
ih I1U011 Int. imw la. I' At I la anie tinie
amf plin-e the anl W, Iliifiiiiid will ell nl
inil'lit liiiettua l r 1 nh ll liuve lot ot h 0114.
hold nml kilt hen tnriiittire tnul" r thr nuthnr
iiv ot the dnd imni jiil VanidUlcr and wih
to Martian! hit ami almve meiiiiuiied and
the deel.irati- n "I tiu t made thereon a
jtionnuil March If-, ih.mi
i;i:m-. ii: i; kahxant, TrutiT.
A t'HN T. Iriiwlte.
W. KAHNAKIl. I r a I.e.
J. N. MORGAN ett CO.,
No. , lliirimril llulldlnu;.
.scIkmiI nml Clli'jri Ti'xt
Itiiiiki. n full liiH1. I'octH, llin
lor.v. I!iuiiiiir', ltiiiprt'ii1i.v,
Trii vi -I nml NnvHs, l""i mil.v
ItililcH. S. S. ItililfH mid Ti'Hl
niiiciitH, Oxfoi'il Tin 1 1 In 'I'm'
Itilili's. Suii ItoiikH (if nil
kinilK.liM'p.i'nttick Still iniirr.v,
Hltt 11k HtiiikH ninl Olllce nml
Srlioiil SupplicH. Xi'W lint'
l.nilii'H nml (ii'IiIh" I'ticki-t-lionkH
jusl (iih'IHmI. I'mii-y
(SoimIh nml I lolls.
Street Car Schedule.
llt vlnnlim at a.U.'l a, in Knilliis III no p. m.
t'sr Iriivr Hiiinrr lor ts-pot every hour and
hull hour , ,
Carlmves Hitnin- ror Mr Ike's, lioulilrilny
nml Oiunit Cation 7 minutes niter each hour
anil hall llour
t ar Iravra Mrlhe's, tioiihlrilav and Camp
I'allon 7 mlnutra before eaeh hour and bnlf
ewhrdule ears rtinnert at aiiusre,
Train ear in. I. everv iraiti . uu valla al
lowed laeh imssriiHer
TuaAuuuvu, . , ..ituT rnr.co.
,, ar3Fimnat Denot.
ITftpklimMsB'NOsi'.Vtte''""' iJu'IumiJi jIia ttrinuit
thai slaV Wl asiaV LsCasU l 12 L
I'ulnts and Colors. Wtaflo! OnjMboU
r.'j J.OTI rfilK
Kdltor A -In villr Cltltrn:
1 hat our many IVietnU may know huw we
ire tfi-ttinu on we will utatr that we took in
in Hotel ant. Store
9,000 Iii vivc Week.
rank In liiNt Sat unlay over $7K). $78 of
lhal huh hotel, ha Inner atnrr. Hotel rert
tcrril that dny. Had tt.OOO anivala in
.1 month. tir nt ck fa mam mot h SOO fret
lunif atfd 1 ft feet wWlc, Tell the balance of
the world to conic and are "Old Ched" mile,
and huy kh1n of ua and save 10 to 26 per
nuvlfldtf K- CH BIiRSTHR Ik U
AMI I'UK SALB.
In piirnunnee of the provUloni of a certain
written contract executed by and between
thr under iK tied ami John Mruwn on tbe 7th
lav 01 tietulK-r. Ihx'J. and on account of the
lailure of auid John llmwn and of hia
aii;ni-e, J. H. Sinn, to comply w ith the con-
lititni ol raid contract, and finding that
liter doinu urent ilamaife und cnmmlttini
u mir on unid I nt aid Itrow n nan awirnetJ
ttrown ha awiKncd
hu imeret therein to J. H, taina, I halT ea
pim toalent public auction forcahat the
'unit houne tioor in the dtv id Aabrville nt
IJo'vlmk tnendian. on Monday, th Blat
lav 01 March, lN'.iu, the tract of land on
which the md Johu llrown ha-hrretolor re
tided. Iiii m the went aide of the Hrench
Urond nver and between aaid river and tbe
i;oriiinn biidur road and the Turkey creek
road, adimniNg the land of W. W. Itmitb,
Sew ion tiwenbv and mhera. For more par
tictilfir ilecrititinn nftrrnce It made to the
I red ffsordetl itt Hook 4i, panes 1U6, 127
aud 1 1! in thr Kexivtrr's otbee of Uuncombe
nnrjiltd KICH MONti PBARHON.
Tlllt LAKf.liST ANI1 I1RRT Bgi'IPPBO IS
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcrtck & Co.
CONl LTINO CIIHMIKT Nt MININO NOINhBH.
AualytHH of Metal. Ore.. Coal or Coke, Min
eral VYaum, rertilitcro, etc.
PKICK LIST ON APPLICATION.
.Min in it property in vratiKated, developed,
hnimht ami nld.
CiirreiaindeniT wallet trd.
Sample can tie ent hy mall or ciprraa. If
ent by en pre. chareii mut tie prepaid.
tKnt wanted in rvcr place.
not A deVwl v
TO WEAK UEH
tifleTinf fmrn tb. tfTru of youtbftU avrofm, aril
d"CAr, WMtltUJT WMk dmm l.t mubtMstt, I wtil
rnd a valuable trMtiaalavatMli Miuialac Imil
ts.rtietitarafr.rnofli.eum F RES of tbif, A
nplaotli.l is Mir. I wnrk 1 abonld lU raad by vary
niu wbo hi Dwott. and debUiutad adAraatA
ffU Pt C POWLEB, C
nnvrt diV wiv
felil h A in
ASHEYILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., I Y. M. C. A. ROOAl )
Otsrn dally, aeeil Mundar. from tuts a,
until 1 p. nt., and 4 until 0 p. at. A
Th term nf auhM-rlptlon are; IHst rear
Mi mu., II Wl; a niu., II 1 1 no., BUcls.i
dnltjr a ets.
OfAeers for I suo freeld.nl, Charles W.
Wooliey! Vte-Preeldenl, Tho. A. Joneal .
snd Treaaurer, D. i. Wntsoa l Librarian; Mia
B. J. Hatch. tut
ClUaens sad visitors are eordlatlv faetitd
to Inspect th ialora aad aiMeHr
name as atcaibtr.
'..,. .turn at4k.'.