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ASTTEYILLEtDAILT:CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1890.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1875 sore appeared on my nnao. and
grew rapidly. At my fatlmr imd nim-er.
and my hiieband died of it, 1 beoame alarm-'
mi, and ooD.ulted nty nliy-ili-iaii. III. treat
niKiudid no good, aim the tors grew laritol
id wei-ac In every wnwunlil 1 liudcunclu'l
.. ti I wan turtle fi-iim iu eflecn. I m
I . auuil to Hike s. K 8., and a fe Ixvttle.
ciml me. Tina w:frer all theiltwuir. and
ulnar metttt'lnea had failed. lhave bad nc
return of the oauiur.
Allt3. M.T. M ABEN.
Woodbury, Hall County, Teu
Treatise on Canrrr mailed tit.
WllT SPKClc'lC CO., Atlanta, Ga,
' KOIHSSIOXAL CAKIiS.
A. S. Gralium, U. U.S.
office Over J. K. Uw'n Htore, rtouth Main
Mtrnnt oxide tir tnunhiiij,' iriwndmliiUteml
for thr painless extraction "f teeth.
Oolil and porcelain crown attached to
the natural roots of Uvth, tlm uvoidlim tin
liar of plates.
All operation pertuinhu-i lu dentin ry kiti
fully performed. Price n:ioiinbU-nud mti..
faction guaranteed, t't lrj
OR, B. F. ARR.NIiTOM,
otTtee room tin Patton nvimtc, over Om
.lothititf ton- uf C I. Ill.tali. i 'v Co
Kc-ddritct- connr ot .Vnndlln mid I.ik'iisi
TtlltO. I. OAVIUNoK. TllO. . JiirvK
Raleigh. Ait. (V. Makiin. A-) villi.
AVIIlHON, MARTIN Hi JON US,
Attorney, and Cmiiiai-llui- itt l.uw.
Aahrrllh,-. N. C.
Will pr u tU-r In thr I 1 III -ii,l t Mil Jii.ll. u.l
(H.trk-la. 'mil in tin- Muirt-i,K- k'litiil ..t v,iil
Carolina, and tn tho Kt-il.rul L',..,rt ,,i tin
Wrau-rn liiainvt of North -.'-irt.lii'n.
Kcfcrtu llnnk of Ali. villi-. ill. I
J. W. KOIJLINI.S,
1 will practice In tile city uml -nu ,.uu,l n,
liltl at VY. P, lllnntoii At Cn.'a amldr,
ftouth Main alr.it. iih I
J A TBNMBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Pinna. iiKH'iii.-iitl.in ami t ,.ii,ii.iti- tur
uiaiH-d- All work in my line i-uiiti :i.-l-l l.ir,
anil nu ctinre-a lor tlruwi'U ri cm riu-l-iwnr-lril
Ki-lt-rciK-ca whi-n ,lc-.irt-l
Onlcc: No. l'J Hcnilry lllitrk. N..rlt. l. .air
Sti'inrr. AH'i-villc. M - Ii-t-l i. Ilv
II. IMH'rtLAHS. I II
0ENTAL ROOMS. . NO. 24 SOUTH MaIN ST.
Ovcrtlrant .V Wlnucrt'a l"rn St.irc
ki-llcncr. No. 1m Itailvy St. ti-lil'NIty
t- II. RkKVKS, li.ll.ti. II. K. ill I ii. II. n. -On,
KCCVCK Ait Sill.il'!.
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ta connnlly llnililiiiu. ..vrr Mr Iwii.mI'. Mnn
Tcrlh cEtrnctnl -iiliint ;i:iin. w il I-tin m .
Mnicatlictic, anil all 1'ittan il irrctftiliifii v
ni'tcil. ill 1.11;
u. HAMitAV. II. I . H.
; oiiicc t
In Harnnnl llnllilliiir Untrnnif". fati-ni
Avrnue anil Main strcl.
" nTllfK M. I'lHI.Ii
All mrvhanlonl iirular ill ft-cta nl tin- ryt fur-rri'tnl-
Mmira liir riainlnntmn u tiUn m.. 2 1"
A p m. nl'1
WM. R. PENillAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AMhevllIc, N. C.
P. O. Mo a I.
LESSENS RMNL't vnurum
BRADn ELDEGUIM ;TA GA
atpM Mwty '
Burnt In anv Limp without danqi'r ol
Exploding or taking fire. Sea tnal you
gst the) gamin. For lilt by
BALTIMORE UNITED Oil. CO.,
AttHUVII.Mt, S C
MRS. A. P. Kali Alii:.:
159 Patton Avenue.
Plrat-Claa. Iliinr'l liy thr ilnr nr nnnilh
Tertna madt know n un npiilli'iitloii.
TI.ANTIC CO AH I' I.INll
On and aftrr thla ilnte thr fulliiwlim ai hril
ul will li run ovi r lta"Ciiliiinlilii IHvlalnn,"
Nn, A3 lavra Colninhln" n p. in
Arrlvre at Chnrlraton II rill p. in
No. fla lavra Chnrlraton 7 111 n. m.
Arrive, at Columbia II nA n. m.
Connecting with train to ami from nil
polntaon tlir Chnrluttr. Cnliimliln ft An
(tiata and Columbia ft Urrrnvllle Kallronda.
T. M. RMBHAON. O.O. faaa. Ant,
J. f. DBVINB, On. Knpt.
The Bulnrimi Minister at Bel
Intrigues Against thn Regency
Kmln Nnt So Anxlnil. to On Duck Into
Africa Dili Stanley Ki-.iuc" llhn In
Order In Onln rnaaraalon of Ilia liov
Inon and Htorea of Ivory f f-'ntlmr
Schynae'a ln'rv lubll.he,llriit-elKn.
LovnfiN. April M. Tlie rn'nll of the
Bulnuri.'iii mini tor at lttilRmdu wiih not
dm.' to 1 1 in utraincd rt'latiuus bvtn'ci'n the
two Kaiknn lowers, but to thu tai'l Hint
the Sen inn government had sent Kolla'n
cnliint't lunula of the lUilgurinn miiiU
ter'x itiiiiiii'H attuiiiHt the nwiiry nnd
the Sei viun niivoninu iit. tli n t.ruileli.
iresidi'DI uf li e tertian citl iiiet. asked
Mr. hUinilniliill, tlie 1 ulniiuu premier,
to judge lor himsrlf whether the Mill
Knriun miMili'i'' rnmluct was in aecord
aiiee with diilomu:io uwi e. 'i ho Hul
Karinn i:nvcriimpiil in nralling if min
ister Khowi'il tliat it wiu auxiotia to
maintain hoik relatioun by ailoitln;
severe in.'Oaurn Bj,'um;,t i.B reprcacnbi
live. DAYBREAK IN A3VSSINIA.
It. Eitifier. r Vaki ta Ho Itopi 4aatil
tlm Auli-.HIiirery Cn' irnaa.
Romi:. April O.-I'iemior C'rispl has
received n letter from Mi'Ui'lek, eniieror
of AliysOni. in which Italy is authorize I
by the by-in iin iininurch 10 loprenent
Al,y.-in u at the anti-slavery congrebs
to Ik held at llriMii'U.
Uleuelek aa.eria that it will hn the pol
icy and ptirpue of hi.-i government to
co-o.i'riue with the iintmns of civili
ration iu the e.loruo uolih the Afiicun
aluve iiu lii.
In his letter Mem !i k asks that his troops
aad war iminitiiuis Ih allowed lice ia.--age
thro igh the Ilnliun poesxious in
Alricu w hile on their wuy to mceiaud
tight the dervii-hes.
lUechiichii, iuveste 1 hv Menelek with
the l oweia ol Llliio can rehiileula. has
airived at MiismiwuIi. He will uct in
haimonv wiih the emnmiiniler of the
Italian forces in ull mat. era o; perlam
itK lo thu noi-eruinuul of tliu iifie
As a eontieqiirnee of thin nndentnnd
and ti.e airrendcr of their tneuiies,
tie." Auvnuini in lrHis will evaouat" the
province. 'Hie projerty of tiie TiKre
coimirv is such as to render the mainio
nancenfa laiKO force of thu Uoop Un
pojsii.le. NOT 60 ANXIOUS.
Kuilu tlealtillei Ab.ml Itrturuluff to tha
II. a t i.f Af. c.
Zaxziiiar, April ll.-Kmin l'nuha has
arrividhere. lie shows le-s eagerness
roniernniK tiie prop ae. I en-dilinn I lain
his eni 1,'ver-i iliire, nnd it is remit ted
that he wn-lti-A lo cani i'l hi-i en. a enient
nnd return lo l'uroe Lvfoie ilixidiug as
to his tuiuie plans.
Two RiinIihi Friif...-ora Bralgn.
Loypi N. April l. A di' patch from St,
relen,hnr lo I'he Uin hm Daily Telo
i;iaili Kay-, thai (he minister of educa
tion and I'ro. ins' ,r .Vcude itT, of the uni
veiiity. Iiave laith r,'Ht;;ned their xihi
tioiib ul'ler hnv.ni; had u iiturrel. The
iliniuilcil adds Ihut tho d.M.rders con
tinue. nnd ihat the prisuus ure overllow
in : with iiiinaies.
Ihesl'id.ni disorders are practically
ended, the holiday hnviuir taken tiie
ma oril v of Hie sitidems to the country.
It bu Ih en divideil Ihut only thu-t' i-hall
la ex; eileU ho were lu thu diuordvrs of
m:n anil Htauley.
IjOndox, April 0. The Standard's
Terlin ci rn . indent says ti nt i. upland
was infui med Uierehuud of the ptowect
id 1 linn exit ".liliuti.
lather Hi liynse, who returned to the
coast wiih St iulcy and I min, has ptib
lilntl his diary, lie ilclnr, s thai he
linn 1 jiuu'i. a illmrit for the utatement
that I linn, after miking wiih Manl y,
beanie iinlnn-d Willi the he.ief that I ho
latter aimed lis-at his rescue than at I he
iMiHMniiiiu of Ins pio.ince und .lores of
Hie t'n.prnka'ile Turk.
Capi., rrete, A ril il. Dodiea of
Turki-h troo.m hure pill.ipvl Christian
t hiiri hei nnd insulied I hrUtinn in the
province ol t an I a. At the lepii st of
the foreign con.-iU'ii I hnkir l a ha. the
rom rnor. lum i r nn nvitiiry to lie
made imo tlie outrages. 'Iho mixed
coinniisH'uiH will in iiiie ai to the ex
tent of lie- dam i;cs Iho t liristit is have
gullcrcil and die 'lurks will lx innii-lled
to compensate llieiu wheu lliu uinuuut is
Rent.'N, Aprl 0 The il.iniburit Cor
resitindent nn that in contru-t with
l isniniek's h li. y, 1 iiis ror ilium in
tenditopave the way In an entente
wiih 1 rente, and Hiuh potato lliissio.
lheAuiii.innlliaiice.it adds, will re
Uiuiu uin haiiu.i.
U'll'Hui U'nu'eil Rutin,
lti-rti is, A pi II 0.--Mai. I.ieliort, pre
vIoih tu his drpanure lor nnilmr. was
ol iir'id ly I iiiH'nr William toiiMenll
nn an-, in his power lo induce Kmin
1'ashu to inter the service of licriiiuny.
Tha Emrmrnr Willinni, It la tnted will
Tllt the Kiupivaauf Au.tria at WvlaLadon
On iietinint of hi'iifflrli-nt t vlilenee several
of the cli ,r ;i' siiniu Mouwa bvy Uuva
TbmiiKli I'" enpantltiK of a I'ont six per
sons wvie dr-'Wiiiii ttuii'luy ut KUInuiuIvn
burg on the Hliaie.
The cnr nnd ' a ami family, and the
Quoin of limn' intended the file of tba
uioiiiitri) nnriN f uniiny.
The M. I'l lerd nrir ,llne hnvo nrreated
a Nililliat, chai'itiil nub linvini l n tuipll
cateii in til" iiainlerof 1'refcct llneinih.
The corn KH'ent uf The I'iid.ai Time,
In Uuiiin, -mvalhil a Hiue'.iiiR of the Em
peror William mid guwn Victoria will
take .Uc -it I' rm "" A"'1 III,
w r 9nm0fi-
Wamiinoton, April . .no weather
crop htilltaiii for the week t ntllnrf Satur
day says: 1,'ei'out rains have pluocd the
ground in excellent condition for seeding
end farm work over thu isreiiter portion
of town, Nebraska, Minnesota, .lh lilunn
and llukoUi, allhouRli in tho cxirciue
north dry weniher continues.
'I hrou ;hout tlie winter-wheat licit
fmiii i ddn to laiiH in nnd sruthward to
TeUnessee mid Arsunaiis, farm work is
greatly retarded, owiiij to excessive
ruins, the sea on being from two to three
weeks line, alt.io.ul) w heal. U reioi'ted
u.i luteins linpruved aud outs and ttu.ts
'I he weather during the wro!c affected
crops favorably in 1-ouisana and Texas,
w here uhinUiii Is luoitrei ing rnn.dty.
In the east villi alati'S. while the Weal her
wus geiieiiilly laviiriiole and much pio
gi'e-s v, us made in planting collou and
corn, work wan iirea ly delayed in north
ern nnd ecu I nd mniuue of Missi-emui,
Oivlnu tiiexie-sl.eiaiusiind flooda, I ropa
are much improved in I lie eou'.h Atlantic
suites, where good growing weather pre
vailed, but early crop not d rain
Toe weat r during the week was
generally injurious to crops In New Jer
wy and New York. In the former state
fruit I d vegetables were injured nnd
little progress was made in farm work.
1 he prosjieot for a fruit crop in New
)ork is genernlly good, but peaches
have been in jured. I rost is not yet out
of the ground in northern New Kngland.
In the southern sections of this region
grans and rye were improved by good
Keporla from Oreeon indicate a late
spring, but seetlin is in progress iu the
uplands, tho lowland, being yet too wet
for farm wirk. Winter wheat is pro
gresilng l uily, hut more sunshine is
It la No W 1 to O I'enil tlierhef.
IiM)tN, April!). - There is a singular
Htiiko 111 pni.re. s at the popular Savoy
liolel. on the '1 linine-i etu nulinient. A
new inaiinger wus recently appointed,
w lio wao unlucky cnoii.'h toolteud that
povverfitl persoiiuge, the chef.
The monarch of the kitchen struck
work, nnd his sixty emits followed bU
example, The waller-, joined the strike,
anil next cimie the maids anil porters.
I he hotel is com letei v upset, and unless
the manager makes terms wiih the chef
the bouse will lose the beuellt of the
holiday trad. i.
The .11 ui to .a raiiinet,
WixxiPKu, Man.. April 9. The cabinet
ninkei'S have strip'gled lor tho week past
in a futile attempt lo bud some one lo
Hike the at l ruey general's shoes. No
decision has as yet heuii arrived at as to
tlie lion. Mr. Mart n a successor, but it
is reKii'Ud that c lidord Si I ten, of Bran
deu, is a liltelv man. Attorney lieueral
Jlaitin's term of ollice expired Monday.
Ta: Iter's Hcvnitliiff Crime.
PAimKHSHttRO, VY. Va., April 9.
Frank t'hnlfiint. a one-leged ex-soldier
and uigarinaiicr, was arrested here Sat
urday night on the charge of incest
with his daughter, a married woman.
The crime is one of the most serious un
der West Virg.nia laws. This time the
otl.cer caught him in hid with the
woman, lie was sent to jail.
Cnnfoilsratr Oeruratlon Day.
New Oiiij-'-anh, April 9. Confederate
dei oration day ntlrncied thousands ol
v.sdors lo the cemet ries. The Uulies'
( oufeih rate Monuin 'ntal as-tK-iniinn. the
Cunfrik riile veieran or 'aiiiJi. iotn, .Sous
of cierans and the citi.en so.diery in
uniform pa ticipat-d. J he I i rand Army
ol I he l.epiililic did not take part, us no
invilnLiuu was issued
fire In en I on Mill.
Mii.wai'kek, Wis., April 9. Tlie
Northwestern Talleatile Iron company's
plant, which occi pies an urea of twoaud
a half noil's and employ a '-" men, was
dauiageil liv tire to the extent of jH.Uon
at ii o'clock Monday morning. The plant
w.is talui-d at ii.imki, on which there
wus $ Al.tsjti insiirunce.
St. Iiff. April 9. A representative
of the di teulive agency that made the
l'oriland, I 're., raptme says I ha man ar
rested is nut Mlroit but Siiinit, private
KH'ietarv tn the re-ident of the First
.National bunk, of I'ortl.iud, who is
wanted for rohhing the pn-sidcut.
MIllliiiiHiio tit-riiiia' Ciianre,
t'lllCAno. April fl. Marcus C. t-'U arns
inillioiiatie father-in-law uf ex-Alayoi
t aner llurri-on. uf Ihi' S 'o. who. in a
tit of desKinleiicy shot tour bullets into
Ins lii'O'l on Nitunlay, II is tliouglit by
hi. phv.ii inns, will jiroUtlily recover.
J. a. Morana si llentli' floor.
Nrw Yiuiit. April . At theofflce of
lrexel, orgim ,V l otnpaiiy. it was
Hinitil .ioiul::V unit cable uuvices re
i-ei.cl atmi'iinci-d that the condition of
.1. S. Aioinn was worse, and tliut be
wiih not expii'liHl to live.
la tli a aiie IV'tltiunsaod reninrutninpea
from r'linio:ts iiiIsmIuiis und coiifurouces were
pnii"nlr.t asaiiist too Chliuw consul bill.
.Suveriil lulls xere puawil, uieluding oue ap-
lirupriiiliug 1'iHO.iaJU for on ail lltloutu Ore-
piool hiulihiig f,T the National muteuru;
also for mi in-p'ctioa of moat exports; also
fur the ii,xiatiu -lit of an assislaiit gunnrnl
anpeiiiii 'iKU'iit ami cuief elurk or tn ' ran
wnv itenl aervi'V. Uue hundred and thir
teen privat piiiaion bills wore pawed In one
hour. At 4 . p. m. tlm senate adjourned.
In lli, bousi several bills were piss sl ra-
liiiiuz nolltaiT allairs: also for tbe re
env.il of the naval powder magatine at Fort
l':h- Nv York harlior, Bulugl.ts w irsds
livrlou lb- iata Itoprearntatira Hutting.
Ai 4.1) p. lu. tks house adjourned.
CONDUCTOR FATALLY SHOT.
Held Hp Ut Two Tramp. While a Third
Hiioula lllni All Arrr.teit.
I.IM. O., April 9. Conductor (iardner
J. Turkey, of the Plttshu g. I ort W'uyne
and t 'hicugo road, va, a .ot by truuipa
al out 8:;Mi oi lis k Hundi.y afternoon at
the Main sir-s t crossiug, i i the heart of
the city, in, d wounded a that he will
die. Turkey saw six tn mpi crowd into
a box enr nnd ordered I hem out, when
one of the fellows disci a.-ed a gun in
Dy this time the train hl reached the
Main street crossing, aud the target
man, hearing the report of the pistol
ran up to the car and banded Tu key a
Hag stick, at tbe same time attempting
tn in t into the car and help him, -but
while he was in the act of grasping tlie
linn slick he was shoved out of the car,
the tiainiH at the same time jumping
out of tlie npiKito side of the car.
Tuckey dim1 cd over the train after
them, when Ihe tallest one of the crowd
pulied n revolver, which the conductor
wrenched from him, but as ho did so
two others caught him, one of tliein
placing n W cahlwr revolver at his left
side aud fired, the ball taking elect in
They then turned and ran. Tucker
starte I after them, hut was overcome
I rout hie of blood. He wus taken to
drug store nenr by, hut it soon became
evlihnt .thut he could not live long, and
a niie-nge was scut to his wife, who
lives at Kort Wayne, Intl., and alio ar
rived with their little child an I hisa:ed
mother on a special I rain at 7 o i lick.
The police lUTealed four trnmps after a
chase of several milea, and they were all
ideiitilli d by Turkey, nnd one of them
a-i the one who placed the pistol at hi
breast nnd tired. On his person waa
found a oX-calibcr revolver, with one cell
emotv. Ihe man who did tho shontin
rives' his nnino as W illiam Thomas,
hpringlicld. . The others arrested are
Ijiuis Iiuhret. of Columbus; ( harlee
Kugernian and William Mack, place of
Impiileil nn a I' trhfnrti.
Ft. Waynf. Ind April 9. -John Ti.
W bicker, while feeding hi stuck r-'alur-day
limming fell from the hay mow
over nn to the prongs of a pitchfork,
which penetrated his body, injuring him
so that he Is dying.
trnver'a Mflvnr Deposed.
Pr.Nvrrt, ( til,, April 0, Mayor Tn
di ner has been din lured fin 'dulently
elected bv the ring which fnrm-rly con
trolled aitnita here, and wna Saturday
tuuiniiit. deposed from bis ollice,
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Pondenaaxnn of lulersatlnt) 11. m. ea
An epal uitne has been discovered In
In Now Ynrk, Sunday, 1,800 forolgnera, In
Farmer George Andrews Is oharfad with
arena Boar lluntlugtju, lad.
A'ngntta, ity., election went dripping wet,
without a drop ot water mixed in.
Oen. Algsr and Geo. Hurst reviewed the
veterans at tbe soldiers' home Batordsy,
Clubs are trumps every where. Creeocaatle,
Ind., tins one of the commercial variety.
Euock Jeuklns wss crushed to death In
the machinnry of a saw mill at Marlon, Ind.
The Ball-New York Fust Ifbol esse at
Buffalo Is to be appealed to the supreme
At Jsaper, O, safe burglars blew Cutters
safe for 7t)0 and got safely away with the
Hopklnsville, Ky., bad a ILVOOOflre In
the buslnws portion Oaturday night. Iu
oendisry. Clyde Bragg was deprived of his left ear
and bis watch by a raaor-armed highway
man at Mnrletta, O.
Lew, Robinson, a colored boy, shot and
killed George Hurdle, well known cltlseo of
Felicity, 0. Quarrel
Suiiduy was tbe annlversar of the battle
of Khlloh, and large delegations of veteran
reuned on tho grounds.
George Ncoiu n, wife and risuchter were
poisoned at Cbirago, it is believed, by ssarv
unU The two former are dead.
Condii.-ter Tin key wss fatally shot by a
gang of tramps whom be attempted to put
off a freight tram at Lima, O.
Iudiamipnlui carpenters remark In plane
language that they will stand no further
shaving down of tbelr present wages,
Frank Eluvin, mining Pern, Ind., boy, has
returned boms. Went to Michigan to pur
sue tha trail of the ferocious rod-skinned
At Bushnell, Til., Ramy Akennaa shot
Mrs. Hess, landlady of the National hotel,
and then tired a bullet Into his own brain,
causing initant death.
Rev, Thomas Cef ton's year old babe acci
dentally hanged itself in the meshes of a
bainmuck at Wichita, Kan., during th - mo
mentary absence of Its parents.
The badly decomposed remains of a female
infant were discovered In a vault on the
premises of Jacob l'euse, at Manchester, O.,
Sunday. No clew to its parentage.
Twelve horses and the hostler name not
ascertained were burned with Mouse's
livery stable, 811 West Madison street. CbJ.
cago, Monday morning. Loss, S23.00U,
Central Labor onion of New York In
forms the senate investigation committee
that the police department there la a
"menace aud a disgrace to the city, the force
aa a body being dishonest, brutal, even
James Wells, It, quarreled with Eugene
t'oni'-U, 18, at Henderson, Ky., over a girl
at an hnur when all children of his age
should have been home in bed, and shot
At Indianapolis William Rheplard had
his skull crushed by colored coachman
Towns, Towns ia lu Jtiil and Mattie Jones,
tbe woman In tbe case, probably counts her
self well rid of both of them.
A wbolo dunty srnied with hemp and
shotguns is after the fiendish tramps who
criminally assaulted th 11-year-old daughter
of Joseph Ithodes and left her dying In tha
woods near Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Cymbiana, Ky., announces to mann
lecturers seeking a location that Its new
coniincrctid club can take In the layout of
other towns in the matter of business in
ducements siul go them one better.
The marriage of Jerrmlah Hlnkla and
Leola Carroll, each with four and three liv
ing better linlv. s respectively, was a combi
nation of coiiiotind fractions performed at
Columbus, Ind , by which the two halves of
seven halves were reduced to three and a
half as a enmpromiss on the matrimonial
iniiosaibiliiy uf making them one.
Edmund Culkins went out boat riding
with his wife and Prank Hendrixat Liporte,
Ind., fell overtxmrd aud was drowned. The
I act thut Mi-s. Culkins bad lately married
her husband alter compelling him to take
out a large policy nn hi. life, with other
damaging circumstances, has led to an in
vestigation as to whether Mr. Calkins waa
nut assisted to fall into the lake.
THE VIRTUES OF APPLES.
Their M4lrlnal Talue and Borne of tks
Trouble Which They Aid.
Chemically tlie nppla is composed of
vegetable lilier, albumen, aug-jr, gum,
chlorophyll, mulio acid, gallic acid,
lime uml much water. Furthermore,
the Oeriuuii unalystx say that the ap
ple, contains a larger M i-ceiitage of
phosphorus than any other fruit or
vegetable. This phosphorus is admi
rably adapted fur reiiewiu; tho essen
tial nervous tout lex, letliicin. uf the
brain and spinal cord. It is. perhups.
for the same reason, rmieiy utiner
stood, thnt old Scandinavian traditions
represent the apple as tlie final uf the
gods, who, when they fell themselves
lo be growing feeble and iullriii, re
sorted to this food for renewing their
powers of mind uml body. Also, the
ucids of the apple are of signal use for
men of sedentary hubita, w hose livers
arosluggii.il inaction; those acids scr
viug to eliminate from tho body nox
ious matters which, if retained, would
make the bruin heavy and dull, or
bring about jaundice or skin eruptions
and other allied litiublee.
Some such un experience must have
led to our custom of taking apple
sauce with must pork, rich gtssje aud
like dishes. Thu malic acid uf ripe ap
plies, either raw or cooked, will lieu
tralizu any excess of chulky mutter en
gendered by eating too much mcuL It
is also tho fuel thut audi fresh fruiu
as the apple, the pear and the plum,
when taken ripe and without augur,
diminish acidity in tlie stoniocli rather
lliuu provoke It Their vi-guutblu sulU
and juice am converted into alkaline
carlsinutcs. which tend to counteract
A good, npo, raw apple ia one of the
easiest of vegetable substance for Ilia
stomucli to deal with, the whole pro
cess of its digestion being completed
in cighty-tivo miiiulea. Oofmrd found
that tin) "pulps of muated apples
mixed in a w ine quart of fairs wuter,
und labored together until it collies to
lie as apples ami ale which we call
liitubswiHil never fuilctli in curtain
diseases nf the runes, which myself
hulls ollen proved, ami gained thereby
both crowns and credit. "The purilig
of an apple, cut wmiewl at I hick, and
the inside whereof is lunl to hot, burn
ing or running evrsal night, wlinn the
parly goes to but. und in tied, or hound
to the Mine, ilotli help (lie trouble very
speedily, and contrary to expectation
an excellent secret."
A iioultice uiudi' ol rotten apples ia
of very common use in Lincolnshire
Tor the euro in wen a or rneuniuuc
uvea. Likew ise in the Hotel (In Inva
ll'des at I'urin, an apple ixiultiee Is Used
coinnionlv for liillained eyes, the an
plo being niasled and it pulp applied
over the eyes without liny intervening
substance. 1-ong ago it was aniu an
ules are easily and speedily digested.
and a modern Inuxiiii teaches thul
"If you out an apple going to bed. the
doctor men win oeg ins ureau.
Wliat in Rat at Night.
The true course is lo begin with Just
one or two iiioiihtfula the last thing
before going to bed. And this should
bo lighl food, easily digested. No cake
or pastry should h tolerated. On
mouthful of cold roust beef, cold lamb,
cold chicken and a little orust of bread
will do lo begin with, or, what is bet
ter yet, a spoonfulortwoof condensed
milk (not the sweetened that comes In
can i) Ui throe time as pauch warm wa
ter. Into this cut half a oared noach
and two or three little squares of bread,
tlie whole to be one-fourth or one-sixth
of whut would be a light lunch.
Increase tins very graduullv. until
at the end nf a mouth or six weeks the
patient may indulge in a bowl of milk,
two peaches, with a half hard roll or
a crust of home made bread. Wlion
peaches are gone take buked apples
with the milk till strawberries come.
and eat the latter till peaches return
again, mis is uio secret ot lioaitu and
vitulity. We often work until after
midnight, but eating tlie comfortable
meal is the lust thing we do every
night of Die year. This is not an un
tried experiment or one depending on
the testimony of a single witness.
Bird. That Appear to Reason.
Frank Buuhlund gives several curi
ous instances of the speciul habits ol
some birds in procuring their food.
The blackbirds, thrushes, etc., curry
snails considerable distances for tiie
uuruose of breaking their shells
against some rock or stone. Thomus
Edward, the bcottish niiturulist, de
scribes gulls and ravens (lying to a
great height with crab or other shell
fish, and letting them fall ou stones
in order to smash the shells; and, if
they do not break on the first attempt
he says they pick them up again and
carry thorn yet higher, relating the
operation aguiu and again Iill the
shell is broken. Ravens often resort
to this con trivunce, Darwin tells of a
bird having been repeatedly seen to
hop on a poppy stem, and shake the
head with his bill till man v seeds, were
scattered, when it sprang tu the ground
una bio up tue sc-cua iioutu.
A Tkonght for Aspiring M. D.'s.
Professor Buchanan, of the Glas
gow university, has just made a state-
incut wincu Simula ' give pause to
parents who tlnuk of nmking doctors
of their sous, bpeaking ut the opening
of the medical session of the Glasgow
university, be declared thut or every
hundred young men who entered the
medical classes with a view to qualify
ing in surgery nod medicine only one
of thut original hundred issued from
the ordeal of study and examination a
full blown medical aiiiu. One ncr
cent LoudoL. Tit-Bits.
The IteQulalle of a Husband
A eertain nretlv Hit In o-irl. with
great big serious "blue eyes, wus tell
ing her companion on tho street car
wnv sue was going to inurry ueorge.
"You see. Muimc. she said, "George
is awfully good lookiug; he always
tends inn flowers when we go to the
theatre ; he never seems to be so shock
ingly busy, don't you know; he's got
plenty of money, aud ho docs just like
1 tell him." Prospective husbands.
there is n cuto!ogue of the requisites.
t ltdv ItiHnuth Carolina Write i
Mv labor wiis shorter nnd less imhifiil
llinii ontwu former oivasii ms; physicians
istomsbcd ; I thiink you lor ".Mothers
e'riend." It is worth its weight in gold.
Write The Hrmlheld Keg. Co., Atliititn.
(In., for particulars. Sold by nil drag
A Superior, Wholesome Beverage,
Unequalled for the Nerves.
JC.vu of coco.ts-
" HOYAL COCOA rACTOHr."
King's are but men, but all
men are not kintrs. Therefore.
when the King of Holland
says, as he did by deed of
August ii, 1889, that he is
greatly pleased with
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
and, entirely unsolicited,
grants the manufacturers the
sole right of styling their
works the Royal Cocoa Fac
tory, a significance attaches
to the act which would not
were he not " every hit h a
Ao, ,1 III. ll rITsels nf lea and .silfar. ami
l,.u....M..I-l,ll, S llol'IkS's I IK-II. .at
f. tswtit&i t rrrr,,,s.ana
In Its First Stages.
nnvlililmw t Is tha sal
J. N. MORGAN CO..
No. J narimrd nulldlns;.
Si'linnl uml Cnllt'UV Tt'Xt
HnnkH. nfullliiii'. I'nt'tH. llirt
torv, Ktiiiiiiini', Hiti",TMliv,
Trnvi'l uml Nnvt'lw, Fntiiil.v
Bililt'H. S. S. Uill'H mni Ti'Ht
amt'itlH, Oxftinl TfurliiTH'
B Itli'K, Souk nnkn nf all
kintlH.larp'HttM'k Stut iniifi'.v.
B!iiuk Itnnksiintl OHIco iitnl
Schonl SniMtlifrt. Nw lin'
Lulit'H' aiitl (It'titH' Tnikft
book jiint t)iMal. Knui'.v
(lootlH nnl boll.
Both tho ineili'iil uml n suits wlieu
-Syrup of Figs is laken; it is pleasant
uml ii treshiii); to tho tnste mid nets
'ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
nicer lunl limvi'ls, clciinses the sys
tem clleetiltilly, dispels I'oltls, lieuil
tit-lies uml levers mill Clll'tS liilliitlinl
cousiijiutioii, Srup ot Fijra is the
inly remedy of its kiml ever pro
iluced, pleasing to the tnsle mid lie
ccptulilo tu the slnuiiich, piomjit in
its notion nnd truly U-ncliciiil 111 its
elli't-lH, preiinicil onlv from tlie inosi
lienltliy mni ngiccttl'lo siili-tiinccs. its
tiiiiuv excellent oiinlUii-H coiiiiiicihI it
to all uml linvii iiiuilc it tbe most
popular reiiiedv known.
Syrup of Fig i for snle in Jvflc
and 81 liollles liv nil Icmling drug
ists. Any rclinUo druggist who
iniiy lint luive it on iiiintl will pro
cure it promptly for nnv one who
wishes to try it. I in.' ncccpt any
CAurewn m syrup co.
.- - ,V4,-.- ..iff. IM. ;
rto.-i,,(,r . , n rout, N f. I
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
i oh ham;,
Ity virnit-f nut ti'i'ltv vcMtnl In (.rutvlrve
K. Conniit hv ii t't rtnix di-ti in tru ti-xivtiicd
tv T. I. Vnitiiililt r n l Ii. A Ytim.ddvr,
"luted tht- ttii dity !' Jniif, A. I 1h7 nnd
rruiiliTttl in 111- KiKisl'r'-'1ikt it' llntifomhi-
tnintv in lii-ok 1". I'fiL r7l-; tmd bv virtue
h iiutlKtril v Vrilttl in W W. Il.-i'tutid by il
tvr'nin ihcl Imiu t. -id T I. V'lii lihltTiiinl hi
ii id witt-diind rt I I-. 1s7. nnd ri u'inirn-d
in mini Ki-.itT'4 tlit-- In Uouk ii'. - t1.
tttireilur vvilli ii d c'ii iiilittu lru-t til' llu
niil V V hnnrird dt ilnml thi-ri in ibitt-d
h'tot-tr If 7, s77 nl n (.'ilr- d in nli 'lb t
in Monk 11 il iiHtrtvii-Jt" nnd tin ii in 1 1 lit
at init,- II-; mni In r. t-. rt.i'init Ik rdml irmn
ill am id I. I. :iii.ilil r nttd hi-n.iid u iir t
Hjii.l . W. tr.rti.-i. di tnl (KtidHr
17 nnd rryMrrrd 'll Mini lli t In Ibittk
dn. t nut Ik t Iht w ii b a !-. lurritiwi ti
trut Miii'li- thi tn'il I iv tin unl W. V. Ham
nrd 'nttd tht 1 t-i Ii dnv ot iMt.ihcr, A l
1ns7, nnd r jjiHli itd in "aid lli i' in Honk 1 1
of tnorirf.iji h ;tnl 1 t I ot trn-1. tutu 4117;
rilltl bv virttU of niiorit y Vtlttj in J A
i itiinnt bv a e- rtnin tin tl tu 1 nit ir'utd by
ihr iird 1. I. joh .i!lt r uml hi" K.-ud wilt,
dat d i be M't'iiml 'lny ( Novt inbtT, 17,
and tvuiMi rt-d in -aid Ibti- in book of morl
VllkT and -liTtU ill trt-.t No 1 I, piljjr 47ll
it wv'l tn lo viiuu- ol miy anthotiu In nifty
Imvr liv momi o 'hi'dM-il in tr-i li i aiMivr
nu ntioiit-it, itlit-nid T 1. Wtnlii Kr nnd win
Ittiv-tiiu l.-iitt' tti .v iIk nioi i Mttiml by
t-tu-h n l vvt-ry ol H.-'id d-.. in tml uml
drt'd nnd iU't rir;iti"ti ol tmi tlit-rcon -cor
- itifat (o thfir wv.-iiil p o idoiiK, una ihi
ti id trtltUft hulllL' iiKiitd tin oiitf lllflll
iflvm n lo ttt- piioittn ol tlie various
dcl.tH (ttviinil and iii lo tbt- n-Hr ilivitn.n
of till lirmtfi'H Ol t'tf ill' Ot iht-
'undtt ht rt-in -lu r lt r'bt-di. Hi aid Otiu
tu vt li i on. hi t n l tin ttaiil vv. V tiiui:trl
and Hit ia d (. A. i n nt. trn-lti tn Ha d
Ii-viIh in ii .it.' at iitnl !-- U nod attlaiatioti oi
triiNi ihtrton. will -tlm fui-lic am mm lot
u-h nt ill t'oiiri hi.i'-t-tbttir in tin- iiy 'I
-lnvill' nl iL'ti'cl- tk in on ih nil d v ol
Miiv, A l 1',i". n ti'f'nin iifirt ot fartrl oi
laud in lltriitv id' A - In iU. totinly ot Unto
.uiiiiif if il Slid. . I rth I nr-'Inn. on tin
toiith "fiU- nl i oIUl'i' to r -1 and on ilu- w
nil tc if avnlnxM Mm t, nu'lmlum ttt tl Klin'
rtfk rtfidt-titi n- o.upnd bv nid T- I
VnurdbUr. nnd 'hv l; b'tt ; nd t- tfinl ii-l.ia.
tin lot hatk oi it, b ntn nl un inliowt: u
h nor h v t. .IU uv -ir-1 1. t n tin- rut I b
li ivid4 u tirt'i t. on I1" uih in I niflt n m i
ml on tht wi-t In ilie.i iil lid nnd A T
I 'uvidM'ii lot, now !. N At iln name linn
and pliuv the -aid V. W Haninid u IU II nl
I nr lit- ntu-iion lor n-h a bnf bit ol iou.
In ild nnd kibhrii inrniiiin uml r tin- ii'-lliot-ttv
oi thr dnl ironi nm i Vnnt .ild. r mid iu
to Huruaid lir-l uml abovi n ttitioiivd itnil
i lu- dftiaiati n i Itu t 11111(11' lluriou iu
iifotVMiid March If'J. I'.mi
i;M. H K.i AT. Tniftie.
J A I 1 1 A N f. 1 ruMti-.
V. W. HAKNAkM. TrimtiT.
Tnaa nn shne
prli-41 are slaiiiMil on Ihe
If Ihe ih-alrr - I a'U'Plr ra. I
wt lu facUirjr. euvlualng adterlls.a .
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMCN.
fin ralf, llrnvr 1
Lared Oraln and Creed, i
moor WalerpriMif. ..-. hi. i
lira! III nil- wqnn, r "'":-
4.00 II IMI-ltttj l Wl I ,1 Ml '- ,
i a,. I'm li-K Ail 1'A SI Its' SIIOB. I
i.Hn K.xritA v ti.ru i ti I- mihk.
J as SVl woiik inVisi I N't mhK .
All,,,.,!., lu I'liiiure-a. Illltlnll anil l..r.
$3 & $2 SHOES lafd.28.
LIS HIIOK run Miwr.a,
Ileat Malarial. Meat Slvlr. Il't
W. I. liiAislaa. llnKktun, Ma.e, Sold ey
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To tlii'i'ltlrrna of Aalii vlllr and vicinity I
a-nulil nniiininer tlmt nt mv annua nnCull'Kt
atrret. nrt to Wuuillnirv'a alnlilra. I nut Iwt
trr iirrliiircil Ihnn rvrr tu ilu work In mvllnr.
Wan, in-, IliiVKti-a uml Cnrrlnura mnnnrai-t-lirril,
Hi'imlrlliK and horae-aliutlnn are ai
rltltlra, anil iwrlrrt aiillalai-tlun ininrnntrrd.
Mt workman air r.rrirniTd ami .klllluland
mv charge, are mmlrrat.
bovUSd D niRNVTTB.
w : i
Ktlitur A.hcville Cltlicn:
That our many friends may know how wi
arc Kcttln on we will state that we took ia
in Hotel a ni. Store
9,000 flu vive Weeks.
Took in In ut Satunlny over $700. $7A of
thut wan hotel, bn lance store. Hotel reffit
trrcrl LiS that duy. Hud 0,000 arrival in
A month. Our Ht ck is mammoth 300 feet
ImiK ami IB fect wide. Tell the ba'ance of
the world tu eomc und see "Old Ched" smile,
nnd buy goods ol' us and save 10 to 26 per
nnv If, dtf 8. K. CHBDKSTBR & SO
W. II. ROWE,
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
All kinds of Monu
and Vnses made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
THU LAKtiHST AND HliST tiUUIPPBD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONMXTINU CIIKUIHT AND MINING KNftlNRRM.
AnnlyiieH of Mt talt, Oris, Coul or Coke, Mia
erul WuttTH, I'frtilixers, etc.
PRICK LIST ON APPMCATIOW.
Mininu protMTty invewtifiuted, developed,
bn to. lit nnd mild.
Siimpk-H can lie nnt by mail or express. II
lent by expn-M chiir;i'N nnnt be prepaid.
A urn is wunted in every place.
VH, II C. WOLTCRBCK.
nnv.l dfVu-1 v Manager.
TO WEAK HEti
GuffrrioK from the effects of youthful errors, sarlf
dry, wutinRWMkaeM, lout msubood. ta, I trtll
find a valuabto tresiiM (sealed) eontolnlDf full
partlctitAni for bom curs, FREE of cbari. A
plentliJ medical work t sbotddibe rerul by every
man who Is nervous and debilitated. Ad4iss
rrof. F. U FOWLED, Hoodua. Conm.
nnv.. ibNrw Iv
'ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
HOOM S, 26 PATTON AVE., 1 Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
0Hn dully, except Kunduys. Irom 10 a. m.
mtil t p. ni., nnd 4 until 0 u. m.
j The tcr-nit of mi Inscription nre: One year
j it nm., $1 no; 'A nun.. 91 ; 1 mo.. fiOcts.;
ndictri lor lt Prcidml. Chnrlea W,
Voolru y ; Vice-Prctidcnt. 1 him A. Jones; Hee.
nd Trv.iimr, H. H. Wntnon ; Librarian. Min
1 :. j. iiiitch.
Cltini and viitor nre cordlully Invited
to intHvt tin tuiuhitfue aud lnMTfte their
.iim.- nt mrnitn r- tnn.iodtf
W. 0. WOLFE.
titt'i ami 4 t of the must beautiful
MoiimiiciitH and Tonibiitofies
iut mcived, irom thr chenpett Tombstone
tu haii'Uninc Monuments. I have made a
.nut reduction m priivs, and It will P
to cotnr uml look nt mv stmk. whether yon
1 aiy or mil. Wiirerooin Wolfe Huildin(t
j a,nurt Hiiiinre
B i ICiikIIhIi and French
30AR0INQ AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Nu. 411 1'rrni-h limnil Avenue.
KIRS. BUHGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
I'nr manv cnra Aa,H-intr riinrlpnl of Mt.
ti'imiii Inalllinr, lliiltlniore. I
a-iaii-il hv a viiriiw til i-omiN-ntrnt trachcrs,
Street Cur Schedule.
muiiiniiiK ni x.'ja a. m. Itmllna lo on p.m.
Cnr linrr. ,iinr lor IHno! every hour and
I'nr I uvea Milium fur Mrlhr'a, tnnlilrdr
iiinl I'niiip I'liitnii 7 minute, alter each huur
mil luili luiiir
v nr li-im-a Mrlkc'a. I'niil, Inlay and Camp
1'iitti.n 7 nilitiilv. twlurc t-Hi-h hour and half
m lii-iliile ran cunmci at aitinp.
I n, in enr mr i.t-vi-rv nam our valla, at-
TIIH AMllliVII M LUTBV. CO.
CbUauoaV Alton R.R.
I'AHTIfHT MIlt'TK TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aalii'vlllr to Knnana lllv In 87 hoars.
A-ltevllli- lu lionvrr In AI huur
Alirvillr In Man l-'rani-iarii, California, aad
l',,rtllinii, I irrwull, In A ilnva.
Hi, lei Vraiilnili-il Trnlna HI. t.nula to Kaa'
ana l ltv K, , llelns chiilr ear Irrr.
I'm full liilurniailun inll un or wrtl. to
n. A. Ncwland,
lilatrlrt I'aaarngrr Agrnl,
Nn. Itl t'attun Ave., A.h.vllk, N C.
J. CIIAKl.TilN, 0. I. A., Chicago, 111.
F. W. YESEY & SON,
Oreeabuuete, - No. St Clsntaatasrest,
Vow read v. fl-rah, healthy Bedding Pleats
In varlrtv, rlrllvrrrd to aay aart of tkerlty,
aad plant.d uat ka r.4lrrd. Btkta dSas