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ASIIEVILLE D AILYHCITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKIL 23, 1800.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1876 a tore appeared on my none, and
(rrow rapidly. As my father hud cunror,
and my husband died of it, I becainu alnrin
cd, and consulted my iihyrueiiin. His treitt
ninntiiid no good, ana tho sore irrew lui'tcut
..ml worfm in every wny.unti. I hudcnm-lii'l
i (i. -ti I wan tn die from itt olleets. I win
i-. f ijuliti to tuku s, H. 8., and a few bottlun
cured me. This wn after all the duclum mid
other medioiuct had failed. 1 have had .o
return of the cancer.
MRS. M. T. MABKX.
Woodbury, Hall County, Texua,
Treatise on Cnnri-r mailed frfi.
W1FT bPhiCiFlC CO., Atlanta, tift.
I'kOFIiSSH XA L CA Hint.
A. S. Graham, I). .!.
iMIliv liver J. II. I.avv'tt Store, riouth Main
Nltrou oxide or luuKhlnu KfouidininUten d
fur the painli'HH extraction of ivrth.
Ould nnd poreelain crown ntt.iehcd to
thy nnlunil routa of teeth, thua avoiding the
tlHtf of Jllllli B.
AM operation pertaining to dentistry Nki!-
fully performcu. Priees renm.unbleuml mill-
fnetlon Kuurauteed. fob a
OR. 11. F. AttKIXUTON.
ofniT t M.m mi I'ntton uveuiir, over the
clot bin k at ore of C. I. Itluifton t Co
KeniiU'iiee eoruer of Wood lit i and I.oiu-1
I'ilHM. I. ItAVIIMON, Tiioa, A. iSKS
Raleigh. Ja. ti. Mktin, As! rv.lle.
IJAVI1KSON. MARTIN Kt (Nl;S,
Attorueyaand Connm llort at Law.
Afhi vllle. N. C.
WiM pr it Ik-t in me 11th and liith tt-.li. ir
JlUtrietw, and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, nnd in (lie Federal CittK ol ti e
Western laiuriet of XorMi Curolinn
Kefer to Dank of Avheville. dine!
Ar chitect mid Contractor.,
I'lntm, tpceincitioa and (-atiiuaie. fur.
tilthed. All work in my Hn- eoutraeti'd in,
titd no eharjjen for drawing on eintr:ie:n
:i wanted me.
K'-ierviuen wli'.'n de-dred.
w : No. 12 lltndrv Ittovk, Nor.h t'oint
AitMtv. h-vilt. t; .M'Miv
Veterinary Surge. n
I will practice In the eity uud Mirrouuillt n
MlWfit W. . Hluiitoii A: Co.'n tttuhle, '.it
ttoutli Main Htrect. apr
h. ii. kkhyk. ii.ii.tt. 1 ii. k. kmm ii.ii.b.h.
On. UecvcH & Hnit...
Con null y Hiiildiu;, nwr Redwood' stoic,
I'alt.ai A venue.
Teeth extraeted without p.on, w'tli then. v
int.; Mlu-'.ir, una all cat-K ol irieuularit v e.r-
twleil. :-M '.il;
KAMHA V, U. II. H.
In Hiirunrd huihllim lintr.im Tit. I 'fit ii n
v-niic nnd Main Street,
ir i. :jl.ll v
wh. r. mmm,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AmIicvHIc, N. C.
. . Ho I.
iii.r I I v
p 1 i-j-.uir
Mil I Mt KS p
$0L0 It Ml
AD30LUTELY SAFE !
Burnt In tnv Lamp without dinner ot
Exploding or taking lira. See tint you
gal lha gonuina. For aala by
BALTIMORE UNITED Oil CO.,
AHIIKVII.I.K, N. C
F. W. VESEY & SON,
N.i, A1 Chrainutitivct.
Now rrndv, frrah, llinltliy lli'ilillna I'lntiU
In vnrlrty, ilrllvrml t" ny Hin t ol llirclly,
nml iliinlrl mil whrn nmniiil. n-liimlMm
A,iily tn ik ilnrltiH III' InciniiliiK wk to
rrnt Ihr Kovk Uunrry nit the o.i. .-Itc hI.Ic
of tlif river, nrnr I lit- Iron lirlilu, anil llic
NINK THNHMHNT lllH'HIIH
nrnrby. A Komi ruck iiiaii run K''t n linr.
NATT ATKINSON : SON,
TLANTIC COAMT LINB
on finri nftrr tnl flntf tlir lullnwlnu M'ltril
IlIrM will tir run ovvr lln"('iiluiillilll lll. mlull."
No, O.t 1-rnvri, CoIiiiiiIiIii Mill p, ni
Arrlvm HtChiirlr iton U Mo p. nt.
No, n'i lrn.m Chiirlrnton 7.10 A. nt.
Arrive M Coliimliln II .".n n ni.
Connri'tlna wllh trnlnn to nnl rrntn nil
nolnlii on thr ChnrloHr, Coliimliln fit Ail
until nml Colunililit Hi lincnvlllc Hiillnuiilii
T M. KMKHHON, lien, Phi, AkI.
r, IlKVINK, Orn, unt.
A SEVERE SNUB
GiTcn Anstra?r by England for
If Given Indapencence Would
She Kaeo It Long?
Ik.'d B. a Tt'inptlni Uorl for th. Co,
lonlal Apiii'tlm r O riiiriiiy, or Etkb
Buatln, Parlmp. Jiiltn Hull Not Wor
ried by III IIUoiMitmitii.t rli l.lr.n.
St;uiliy l.aar.a 1'iirU for lliitn.Kla,
L(iM)(is, A piil 41. Another UritlHh
(IbiwikIimh'.v lias licnn niulr) tu lei'l of
liow liiiln iuiiHiriaiiL'H it U to tlie lioim
KovoriuiiL'iil, or i(.i'iiui with what lU'
uttioiviici- it-. tlnvuU of severing lha ties
that liimi it to tlio iik titer country are
The L'miuditiiia Hctiinllj thought that
limit l.i'itiiin wonia tuke up anna
aguiiiKt the Unileii Stale binuis the
lutler broke uii the bunitiLiM of the Cana
dian bi-nl li-lnTH, and the inltabitaiiU of
Ncwfdiiiiil.ainl li'iiiuiiilcd war at once
with r min e uIhiui ilia riyhui to caoture
a iew loiiniiii M,
Of comw I upland had aomo dilllcult.T
in paoif.viiiK lii't- bi'llito-e cnlonidia, and
it ta ktioH ii i tint tiin Jtlai'iiuia of Sith
Intry ttittly inlonni'd tlie diwoiiti-uted
liltte mwr thai their thtvuta ol ilfiiiiind
iiiK aitii in, ,i.v or evi'u alisoluto in.ln
ii'n,lfii,e Hte regarded Willi purt'uet
IKUIl,TLy liy II IU 'VlMliUlUlll.
Vri-Ht.-il 'Km Too Nlri,
jow aiiMi'jnu lias onme In !or a ae-
vera hiiiImimi '. nnd the iitiiuiiiintitH of
the wi-kii r,t M,t ol that vaat in and are
urluanumx uuhiliuliir vt'rv luiullv, be-
ratine their duluuraiiM n t'e uv.i.od
iHv.ill . t lv bv mi linnu-nt. Ovit four
Utoiilliy a;o Ihi' ild drli-.;uttn tttino to
London lull of tluor own iiniiurtnni'e
and a rli. 111 tor tonii'ilorution. After
t'xhan.iin.' t heir lialencv and their
pill'M-!. il linally uavvn. ii 111,011 the cell'
tinmen fintii tl.e u: tijo ien, tltal they
were U ittL' inade lo, Is of. and that the
lmtiiM of l oiiiiiioif, hud not the Klu-hiest
idea 01 Ki'.nning thetu the lung expected
aitoiw l.ery editornils have ejcnrimd
the Aiihti'alian h wi.ilii, but the colonists
know. a l it ;;an, dura, that Aiin.ialiii
alone won- I b. a teiiiiitimr inot-el for
the coloni , aetile of lierniany, or,
ierba:. even i.uhsiu. and it maV bu
iaily com -eiv.il what eiiann.i ntt'eh a
irnsiei'l would have for tlie must rabid
Stnnlry Goal to ltrti.al,
Parik, Amil 31. Mr. ilenrv M. Sinn."
ley left li fe for i'ril -l " S ituiilay
niuiiiin-f. lieiore lenvniK he aiui that
he was in no wav trou.ied liv
the uti ietui'ei. of tint i ivne'i j.r nor
annoyed l.y lie hostile mil; of the
l-'reneh Oeo'raihiral Mirielv. lr Mau
ley added thai he w;u ilea-"d to be
ared a ree 11 1011 in inns. I lent v of
tie in w ould u: luiiuvrud to him in other
ftSlruol an li-vtirrtf A hi.niluiii.it.
1.0MKIN. Apr! '.'I.-Tha steainrr I'm
l.rin. of the 1 ut'iii'd lue. which ai lived
at ijiieen.s own Saiurday iiioi-iiiiig,
'i'oiif,ht U:e new ol 1 In. I -ark, .M.i
1-ua, v api. Oiinderp n. troni iaieiioa
y.os. I eli. VH for v'lehiv. ;h 5lti-uu.-iia
I--aine wB;rr-! ').'i;ed alter hav
in 1' ': ioiIUioii with nil Icelivi't; and
wua aba idoued by her crew.
An Ttalhin Haul Ali-ira cuainauy ha been
I'iMiei-iM ViYileiiok l." iold, of I'ruula,
uusi;i, -ii liii't h ton i!a,i ,uu.-r.
Kur.l e-'ii- d riiti iiioi 1 h t.'lniieao rail-
May qu h .iii Kan Invii 1 ,niiii-il.
Th., '... "p-aiitM'aniil nii,. m Liverpool
.ive U eii ,1- v roy, d i-y lu-i. Ii. A-:(n.u,ii.
A Tu ut'.iii ,lisi.-iieh Miy one-li dt of the
(Mipulution them U .iilferiug troai tu. iudu
i:za. The coiniuerei'd tr-aty betwwn Mvxlco
lid It 1 ly ii Mnihd at the City ut .Mrxioo,
It l Muiioiuier'l tli.t Euvaror Wjllinm ln
. -mis vimt iiihf l.iK,n and Jladrid during the
iiontii of Uoi n r.
The Londoa .S. oulird wtva tlmt B'l!:fuin
iia ab.niiliiii,'d tnj ritteitipl to ruiM a Congo
lata loau (or i ;,wJmi.
The ttwnaur .Niii-ttii'Mie rnn down nnd uuk
t cutter olf i.ie 1,1, ,11111, and live of
thona on b irird i..-ra ,1l,o-. I,
A martlui: of j--u-i.n :. will ba h"ld la
I'arla tt prot.t ni:iiuii tuo rt-cut exptilaloa
nf Franen jouraiil'1!. 11-0111 H '111a.
A eeahii viwl (rnu .illii.'l-U, hound for
Uiiidon. h , 1,. ii 1,11-, at vi. Oi the orow
ol foui-l.-!, eiiti llirm at'r. wivihI.
11,'mvv ndiia , rt'vall hi N"W h-mth Wnla.
Tlie li u-liin nv r Man ovu: II, m l Ha banlta
ad t., t.,n -jl Hi, ink,, in iiiiiiiil.ite,.
A ili.pai. h a-:rt that I lie P.'li-li H,,-lnl-1
1 nn I Anaielit-. 01 Ii .Ii' la nrw i-Hiupaut,
lad lli.it a ivv.'ll will iHi'ur on .tiny 1.
A r.nlroi.,1 trio 11 thrown from the
track in .li, W 1 ,n 1. ,iopj,, t. roiaiiy.
ii.e 111 n ana ki,U 1 . n i klxta 11 injine l.
In the home of ooiiiaieini B .aia.-t .S.ni'Va
loii 111. In luvorof a foiitereaoi u,i o.-.n-r
ta.lii.iii, . 11a r-'ji-etMd by a vuta nf Is; tu 17.
K,!.ai 1. ai--.'.'tu prriMiratiom t.ieni-triiLl
t fori on tlie W hi t u ,. and to orKaiii..'1 tor
jieiln dfei',H ' Me inortar bnlluriw. will ba
d.l.d to : - itlil-ry
Til. BiiIim, la , in-rr Euclid .link nrnr
llnrtl -'l in ei'llidon with tb-, 1'rttivb
.Itfitinir Ahi re. T.i-j eitpluin and thru. uf
bu cn w o' I Ii," F.nelHl w re uniwiwl.
A dlifcinlioii. tir - iH-eurriHl at Nun Sandra,
l.y wliieli .ili'"ii- were diMroyl. ilia
Ilia nriviu ..d 111 ti,e Juwi-.li u,iuirli-r, audi
bflwv I to liav lien i.lnrta.1 iiinlli'hm.ly.
E111I11 Pa-.hu I,- n-ndy lo .tart with Ui. ex
iaihtloB. 'I'.iv tl -riii'iii coiaiMiay liit"mU le
build railwi)a "Inular to Ilia pioneer rail
way. Ill Sfenegil. 1 ba .ui'Teya are in prog--raaa.
Iu honor of tlio i'llillo of rimi. Pnpe, th.
uiror p -raoiriliv coiiitrntiu it 1 tin.
.;enenl nml pr'.-n ui nun wen n ma
lie p-in r.iit. Altetwnr l the enip r r lit
ended a boiupi t givun In Inai n of Uan.
The (Jennnnla, of Herlln, a that I h.
p,p, on .In" oraalen or Ilia vt-lt of Ana
trhiii pilgrim-1 the Vnileiiii, remarked to a
Cat boll.' Ji'iirnnll-l! "V""U haven hard bat
tle to light wl,h Jt'Wlab j.iiuii.ili.U and Krra
Herr 8li"rl , wlm in the Rwlallat candl
Inte for Ike reieh.ta- In upm.ill"U to Pro
utaor Vlreh-iw la lini lale fTUeral eliftlna,
,aa barn allil finni B rim onlng to Ihn
vlnleuee of hia apcn-liea lu the prevnlllng
-oeialiatlc-labor anil at 'on.
rriwiilaut Cnruol rea.lvfJ In Toulan
with mill u.idwl enllitiMi.in. While walk
ing tbrotiib the .treat, a great crow l galh-
eiW about hlui, and a nniubr u( bi. ui.nt
eiithilaa ie iid ehora Itf fe-1 hi A to tb!r
.hotil'leii and i-ariiad blui lu triumph U tba
Huron r-hannti, attache of tba German
eniba-v at Ht, rcteraburg, I. obarged with
a'ti'Mi,i lug tn ubtalu plan, ol a Hu" nn
foitna, and lha pluaa ef th Ct'omtadt
fortreM are audi to Uave been (old by a uavy
etflcer to a foreigner for tu'l, A Huaao
Oruiau dlplomailu rumpua la tbervture v-
F,mipror Uilliani""' l,ll.rrallty
nt-.m.iN, April V!i. Kitii'fior William
Una diiiutU'il lha aunt of '.'O.ntKI nutrka
it". tin hia private puree to the Uarinan
h -apital at anibar.
It I. announced at New Cuiiilier'atid, W.
.'a., that the dual triin-lerrlng the aewif
.,la work, tu an b'ughab ayudluaU, la com-pleted.
NEWS IN fimfeF.
A Cond.n.atliiu of Intr.re.tlng Itaaa.
Jomipb Rush wa killed by car. at Catlln,
New York will hereafter ne ga. In light
ing bar afreet.
Abraham llognrdu. waa arretted at Ro-gliosU-r,
N. Y., on the charge of robbing the
B. W. Htewart wo. .hot and killed at Tex-
ariiana, Ark., by the 11-year-old eon of B.
A ctmli'Mct has tan signed for the oon
t ruct uni of a railrund between browuiivllle
end Corpua t 'lir.atl, Tex.
Mra. John Clark and little daughter, of
muioii, u , are tying 111 a arltlcal condition
troiu rating greeu. without cooking.
The wire worm ha. appeared In Knnsaa,
and la iteatrnylug wheat. It I about oue
lueo long, el brown oolor, and vary alen
dar. Mot having heard from Parnell, the Iriah
land leugu' in ac-hlon at Ht. Lutila adjourued
wuuout arranging lor a national couvea
Hon. John Cardwrll, United Slate, eoniul
general at Lairo, tgypt, during Mr. CTeve-
lima. aumuiMti-atiou, died at Richmond,
An Inaane colored woman named Mra K.
U leu. net lire to her home at Beahimoni.
Mich., aud burned herself and two children
Joaupb Ruth oeiamltted .ulolde at Tllton,
111., by delilierately lyiug down on the
VV ababh railroad track In front of a rapidly
A .team piie iu Feter Sobwab'. brewery
v naiiiio',11 ouiii, eavereiy ecaldlng K4.
Teffert, U orgu Suiiou, Lewie Folmira and
Btrlkiiuc enliinet maker. of Bateavllle. Ind.
have Lulled a a uruiug circular to all cabinet
maker to tay away from the Aineriean
The Ijielede toulk'ht eomnanr. of Ba.
Loan, ha. declarwl war on the city a. a re
sult of Cue ponaagu ef the 01-diuauce nxing
me priee ol ga. nt ninety centa.
The joint coufereucn of the Reformed and
the baited l're.:,yteriaaa at Fill.burg re
wlved in favor 01 organic uulon. The uext
eoiuiell will be held iu O.-tuber.
w mug, tae cuiuumun, who wa.
heiiiiiied iu on the aiiicnsiou bridge Thure-
uay, aaa uitinittvil to Cuuuda late at night,
auu luuui-uiuieiy leu lor parte unknown.
Antoulo Servauto, a Newark. N. J.. aa
toon Kuewr, alio, at -a man who attacked
him. The bullet misted bim and bit a young
ueruuiii m tue nean, Killing bun matantlv.
Dr. Lyman Abbott any. he haa no Inten
tion of reaigulng the pastorate of Plymouth
nureti, Jjnaiaiya. He cannot Imagine bow
iue rumor ot bu reslguutiou could have orig
iiiuttd. Jack Carknek.of Milwaukee, le nowoham-
ilon catoh-aaMteU-can wresthv of the
world, lie defeated Tom Cauuon two lalla
111 tlirvo at I'eople'a tbuatre, Cincinnati, Prt-
Friday waa the laat dav on which Imml-
unii.u will be lnndiil at I ustle Uurdea The
w ..te.-age unM.UhCi'a who came per the
Boiieiuia troiu Hamburg were the laat to
pas. threugh the gntea.
A leclurur In An ell, Kan., bv untslug
trlctuna upon ibe Cutbullo belief
auricular ciu.eai,,u, urouaed a religloua war
iu that town, lue li party aocueue the other
of burauiit the liulburd elevator, tn ibe cen
ter o, tu- town.
Kx-Coadiictor John Houghtallng. wha
had cLui-Jc ,f the train that wa. wreoked
last ui-,,,111 at Uuy View, hoe beta Indicted
by the oyer and terminer graud jury at
uuualo, 1., tor maiiMaugbter In the
uud degree, call was Used at 5,000.
l)r. J. tiedgoe. of the stock raids at Sioux
City, Iowa, beads a deck yard acheiue ta
au Praucisvo, with a capital of I.,4o0,000.
to eaialilisb ato.ak yai-ila and packing heuava
iu arveral Pa ill- ci,t eitiee and at Lo.
Aiiget"a, Han tn.-ge, b-.attle, Tacoma and
Tbo aleamshlu Falcon, from Jamaica, ar-
rlv,il at Aew York Frldnr, and brought the
Hr-t nnd aeionl engineers, three poeseugera
aud the atllora from the Norwegian .team"
.hip ltuha, which suited from tbi. porton
April d tor St. Almce, and waa wrecked on
the rock, elf oiling s I. laud.
George Dixon, the colorid champion ban-
tnm-eeiclit puulllat, baa aeieuted the eft'T
of the p. liem club, of lindon, to flght
Wallace, iu June, at 114 pouuda uu to tba
winner nnd illUO to the loser; floU to
Dixon for rxiieiisea Dixon will leave Bue-
ton for Luudou about May I with hie
In Hie a iiaie Mr. i'.iyne lutroduoed a bill
for a inoiiiiiie" it to Cuiiiiuodure Perry aa
1 ul-in-li.iy. llie world, fair bill wa. ig
nored for excuiive av-l-'U. After four
hour.- seer. 1 seN.l"in the -ua:e refu.nl, 85 ta
to In lug recnlcliranl uorreaHndeule ba-
lure the burol the eatiate. All the witueseea
were d.scli.irot Tbr.e public building
bill, were nil, aud at 0:lkl p. ai., tbeew
ate nd ioiirited.
luihe hou- A motion to take up the
k-gi-lallve bill wa.defantod bv t he friend.
ot the private uah-udur. A dlangr-eing re
port uu the aoological park bill a il ugreed
to. The river aud harbor appropriation bill
wa. reported. The o. an t of olaluie bill waa
taken up and eonaidcr"d, and a rueolutlon
adopted tu refer It Imck to the war clalin.
committee to investigate the loyalty of the
laiuiuul. aud rpurl within two aveka. At
p. ui. a re. -ess wa taken nutU a o'clock.
Ibe algLt aeaion bring (or private (leualoa
Captured Wllh lllandliounrt.
BinMtM.i'Aii, Ala.. April tl. Panlel
DaU'wjii. wiiu waa auMcid of murder
ing lue eoli-ni-Uw, I -a. id liunniciitt.
mar Here a lew tiaye ago. haa been iwp
lured by a law." o ciii. ena with liloou
lioundai a ad haa c- iue ed hi. guilt, lie
ive he a nit lliiuiiii'iiti beeaiiee lha lat
ter aim cd hia wife. It iteeon . daughter.
lie iired into the houae from tlia road.
enft Coal Tall- Iteiliieed,
Oitawa, Out, April ill. An ordr la
council haa been paeeed reducing the
lolls on aoft coal coining eaelward
hroiigh the U.lland cuiiul (rota twenty
-euU lu ten caute wr ton for the forth
oining utaauii of navigation only,
Will Retire rruia llase I.. it I.
riTT-nritii. April 21. A aueelal from
Philadelphia elalee that John U. Wa d
will retire from bane ball and go lo E
ropa on account of li ir- health, which ha
been Impaired beeau a of hia dcuieeta
tir. linker 1'Nlnlly llorl,
Pi-FAri.. .Mil. April SI. Tim florae
if llr. .). I.. Hii!i'i. I'lliirlieil ton htitfg.T,
l"i"iiini" Iri -lili'iii'd 1110I rnn iiw nv, llirow-
iu iheiliK liir vluleiill.i nut mid brcuking
hia lan k
INSUHINQ CHIt.PP.EN9' LIVES,
Murder I'rae'lreil by the Par.nl. tele
ear. the tii.uranee Money,
IWnN, April '.'I. Hie vlgoron. cm.
.inle of the bi-hop nf I'eterlairn nRalnat
the ayatein of innirlttg children.' Uvea
lor the iH'ttellt nf 1 heir parent, haa mere
iv rel ed 11 Miil.j.'.'l I hat ha occasional
Ir t'tiinv firt" lliu initilif, hut dropped
lit very ho rnr. A funiier deUTliva, who
1. now w riling the re ieceucea of hia
cuner, bltutllv auy. that a child In.ured
I. a child tleail, unleaa a miracle lutw
Iii'phiin lana;iinga tlia Hrltlah Amiii
mice i". 111, any av. to ite clieittat "Wo
know you will murder your children
whom we lake rlaka upon If you can do
Il inlMv, but wa huve men on tlia watch
who are paid to delect auch Crimea and
will ma .11 llicr .iiniimKagnlnatyoura.
Tin n ia i.reiil roiiipeiitinn III tha llro
aaeuriiiii'e luiiii"e. n"1' ciiiiree trada
niliat go nn uud ai nliint'lit liiitet not ba
allowed lo block tha wliccla of Lro.raea.
LOST IN NEW YORK BAY.
It wua juat a f tor New Yeur'H day, aliout
twenty-four years ajjo, and New York
city wua then full of acufaring men, who
had served in the volunteer nnvy, and
many of whom had even carried muskets
In the army.
American shipping hud been, so to
speak, run olf the liixli sens, and even
the packet ships thut is, many of them
flew the English flag, allhougji they
were owned in New York or much ns in
Sailor Town, nit the Fourth and part of
the Seventh wards of New York were
styled then, whs full of sailors' hoarding
houses, ninny of them places of dreadful
reptitu, wherein Jack was taken to live
on his return from sen, lleeoed and shang
haied that is, placed insensible nn board
of an outward Imiuul ship, without any
money and with very little wardrobe In
his canvas bag.
There were u few, a very few, reputa
ble sailors' boarding houses there, and
the safest place for a mariner ashore was
assuredly the Suilora' Home, at No, 1U0
Cherry street, which had been conducted
on the nnwt excellent plan, under the
admirable guidance of Capts. Walford
and I'ichardson, who were connected
with the directorate of the fwauian's
The "Home" nt the time of which I
apeak was full of sailors, some of whom
were in arrears in their board and most
of whom wero down to their last dollar.
Nevertheless they were well treated
for they were, as a rule, sober men, de
sirous of seeking employment and will-
lug to go to sea if they could get a ehln,
Among the boarders were three men.
Isaac lived, an elderly Englishman who
had fought the Merrimuo In the first
Monitor; Harry Elliott, a curly headed
lad from Newburyport, Mass., who had
just felt that he could "ship" as an able
seaman, for he had turned 21, and had
been seven years a mariner; and the
third was a Spaniard nuuied Antonio,
who had sailed out of the United Slates
aolong that he was very jealous of Ills
citizenship nml took great care of an old
American "protection a document
similar to that with which all foreign-
born seamen in American vessela were
furnished to protect them from being
held for military or mivul service in their
own countries in Europe when they weut
thither from American porta.
These three men were trpes of the sea
men of that day. Tiny had been filled
with the liniKirtiuice of the victories
gained by rarragtil, and as they hailed
from the "Btat.-s themselves, were very
anxious lo obtain lierths together, on
board of nn American ship if possible.
or an English one if it must be.
Dav after day they hud struggled from
shipping ollico to shipping olllce along
aoiilli street III ollest of euiplovment.
And day after day they returned to the
Sailors' Homo at No. 100 dejected and
They had Is-en ashore for more than
three months, nil their inonev was gone
and they wero gradually getting deeper
and dcejier in debt to the managers of
the Home, who, it must I noted, were
verv lenient with worthy men.
Night lifter night the three poor fel
Iowa ant together in thn smoking room
conversing in low tones iilaitit (heir wan
derings and lliu morrow's prospects, and
night after night they went into prayers
and listened to the sweet voices of the
young ladies of the malingers' families
singing the good old fashioned penny-
mrnl limes I hat Downeaslcr loved io
At last, iiImiiiI the latter end of Janu
ary, the thris" sailors sallied forth one
morning determined to take anything
that might present Itself, and they
crossed over to llrisiklyn, where n lot of
English vessels were moored, aluioat
ready for sen, in the Aliunde dis-k basin.
Thev Isuilded II brig called the Elliott,
because the name attracted Harry El
llott'a attention, and he said: "Men, thla
look, like luck. She's a juicer, but that
luuke 110 ililtVrenoe. Her name', the
anuie an mine. 1 10 Knows but there
mav be a Is-rlh for one or more of u. on
Over the aide went the thrive sailors,
and they sHik to the mule, a Scotch-
uinn, nnd learned from him (hut theenp-
tain woe going In ship a crew the very
next day, as the brig waa ready for sea.
Idle the lads were conversing with (he
tunic, the captain cams down llio quay
and over the gangway. The work of in
troduction nml explanullon did not take
long, and the captain hciug pleased thut
these Millors Isuirdisl at the "Home" and
could not llieiefore In. "packet nils" a
class of voyiigeur much feared by all
reputable akipis-rs Ui-aiiseof 1 heir habits
nnd lack of seiiinnualili Imdc Ihein come
up lo the Ilritish consul, No. 13 llroud
way. Hie next day nnd sign articles.
The three acumen returned to the
'Home" that night with light hearts and
prospect of half a month, ndvnnce
apiece, which would enable tin tn to pav
a iart, at least, of their overdue laiard
ille and anve their good names with the
To make a lung atory short, the three
men. Uevd, Elliott and Antonio, were
shlpisil, and intended the last prayer
meeting nt llio bailors Home on 1-cb. 4,
as they wero to huul the brig out and
sail on the morrow.
The old mini and hia mutes thanked
the gissl lady uix-rlntendcnt of the
"Hume," nflcr prayers that night, fur
her kindness In iheiii.nnd they promised
to bring her a lot of "curios" when they
"And ahotild wo not return, we will
exicot to meet you on the other aid
aoinellme. Hut If our Uvea nro spared,
you will see us here again, and wa will
not forget the curios."
There was a aud and w istful look In
the faces of the men as they left tha
Home, though for a long time they had
been hsiklng forward to an engagement
to euil. Hid lltey feel a forelssllng that
their votiige might not rml happllj?
No one can loll.
Next morning tlia brig Elliott waa
hauled o'lt Ishov Uulterinllk channel
and towed down through tha Narrowa,
bill) the crew rig fed nut her Jiliboom,
act up her topmiiais ami bent her anils.
Ho fore alio reached Port Wndswnrlh
(he crew wern nliln ( make null, which
icy did not do until the vessel got over
ia Istr and Just otilside thn "station
boat," ns lliu pilot boat which walls to
receive pilots from outward Ixiuud ves
sels ia called.
Tha tugboat had left, nail had been
tnndn on the brig, and aha began to
gather way under heavy northerly
The weather nt this time, nhmit 4 p.
m., limited very unpmpltlnua and lower
ing, and the brig had hove to for tha
yawl from the station boat to take the
pilot olf when, aa tha tualu topsail waa
flat back against tne mast, tne rorwara
yards braced the other way, a equall
from north-northeast struck the vessel
and nearly threw her on her beam ends.
There was no time to be lost. She was
rapidly gathering sternway, and waa In
The pilot forgot his station boat in the
Immediate peril, shouted to the man at
the wheel to shift hia helm so as to bring
the brig around on her keel, and then
gave the orders to swing the mainyard,
lower the topsail yards down on the
caps, haul out the reef tackles, to haul
up the mninsnil and foresail, run down
the jib and clew down the head of the
spanker so ns to get the brig under easy
She careened over until her lee scup
pers were under water, and the wind
blew so hard that the topsails would not
run down, nor the jib obey the force
upon the downhaul.
In a few minutes the whole face of na
ture hud chunged. A blinding anow
storm obscured the Jersey shore outside
the Hook as completely aa a fog, and ves
sels to windward were only dimly out
lined through the biting flukes.
here had the pilot bout gone?
Nobody on board the brig had atopped
to ask, for night waa setting down rap
Idly on the waters and the storm was
raging with all its might, the wind veer
ing and varying every half hour between
north and east-northeast, so that the
brig, which had not got Into "ahlo-
shape," with its simre spars, water casks
and chain cable loose on deck, addfng to
the dimculties of the situation and the
momentarily increasing dangers, was al
The crew, though good seamen, no
doubt, with tho exception of the three
men rrom tha Sailors Home, did not
know each other, and, naturally, did not
work well together, and the olllcers had
no kuowledgo of the capacities of their
men, so thut they could not order them
about with surety.
"Lay aloft and double reef the foretwo-
sall," shouted the Scotch captain, acting
as first ollicer for tiie pilot, who had now
taken the wheel, fearful lest the brig
should go on the shore under her lee.
over which the rollers were thundering
ana leaping scarcely a cables length
As this order was given another souall
struck the brig, and she heeled over as
if she would cerluinly capsize. But the
pilot swept her to windward, shivered
herforeyard and brought her up shaking
and trembling like a scared bird in the
trough of the sea, while all hands, cook
captain, boys and steward, tried to clew
down the topsail yards, haul out the
reef tackles, and spill the wind out of
tue sails by hauling taut the bt. itlires.
"Lp, now, men, shouted tin captain.
"and reef the inniutopsaiL You can
manage that easiest (ioosewing the
foretopsuil while It Is aback, he shouted
to the second mate, "and haul the head
of the spanker out to keep her steady."
Luorta, with more or leas auccesa.
were made to obey all these orders. Hut
tlie foretopsuil split as soon as the sheet
waa started, and the jib, which ceuld
not be pulled down the stay, was in rib
Still tho furetopmast stuvaall, the
apauker and the maintopsail held on,
while the brig plunged and labored and
snorted in the sea like terrified horse.
The men mounted to the topsail yard.
Tlie first man outside the lift to the
weather reef earring waa Antonio.
"Lulf up, nnd shake her! Light out to
wlndwardl he shouted to tho deck and
to the men Inside him on the yard. Even
aa be spoke the brig "broached to," the
heavy aail llnpped, and, aa it filled for
ward again with the gnle, It tore Antonio
from the yard aa he held on to the leach
and hurled him far ahead into tha sea.
He disupK"arcd forever.
Ilia requiem was the faint alarm
"Man overboard!" unheard on deck, and
the thunderous explosion of the topsail
Itself, which was blown clean out of the
bolt ropes by another squall which struck
tlie now seemingly doomed vesacL
"Comedown from aloft! Comedown!"
ahrleked the oaptnlu and pilot to Hie un
fortunate men on the topsail yard, which
was being whlpittd and lashed by the
itripa of tlie torn cauvusof thu bursted
The poor fellows trie. I to do an. Those
from the weather side succeeded. Only
one of those on the Ice yurdnriu reached
tha deck in safety. Two had been cut
and ekishcd by the alriim of wet, f roxen
oanvas and literally beaten off the yard
Into tho dark, seething waters careering
to the Jersey beach few hundred yards
These two were Elliott and Reed!
Ik-fore IU o'clock that night the wind
went down. Next morning the brig
cast anchor In the Hom-shou.
Hut the three sailors w ho two nights
before had prayed with, parted and
promised in return with ninny curloa for
theatiperinileiident'a wife of the Sailor.'
Home, No. WS Cherry street, lay fathom.
ocp beneath the watera of the lower
buy, ilruwucl in that one dnv'a cruise of
thu Elliott. U. U. M. iu New York Star.
A llrlght Hoy.
Teacher Why Is bread called a necca-
llrlght Ikiy Decuiina It'a always
kneaded. Journal of Education.
8til-Editor Here Is a report from tha
boepttiil. What shall I head it with?
Kunnyiimi (speaking up) rvcwaof the
weak. Lnwrcncfl American.
I.iutlen lliive Trivd II.
A iniinU'r of tnv Imlv customers have
tried "Mother's I'riciul," mid would not
ic without for niiiiiv times tlacost. They
rccomiiieinl il tn nil who nrc to lafoinc
mot hers. K. A. 1'n vnc. druggist, (,reeii.
Write Mnidhchl Kcunlntor inmpiiuv,
Atlanta, .'.a., lor particulars. Ily nil
Tlie Aalit-vlllt" (.'lllxfll UKa-M
The luteal lucid news.
The Ircslient Suite news.
The Is'st gcncnil news.
General anil special ciiiumciils,
The Inrgcat subscription list til' liny
seculiir wih.t III the Suite.
The Is'sl iiilvcrlisiuu inciitutii m tut'
A full sliilTnl nldc editor, nnd currcs-
The iiciitcsl, newsiest nml iiiusl enter
prising tiMK'r iu North Carolina.
Its cllnrls nrc niwnys iicvnicii 111 111c
pliuililing nnd ili vchipiiiciil of llic re-
nircca ol tne Mine, pntuctiiiii'iv 111c
Hitliscriiili $11 la-r iiiitiiim; M six
months; oil cents ht month,
1.19 Pnlloii Avenue.
I'irat-Claaa Hoard by the ilny or month.
Ternia msilr known an application,
Both the method ami results when
Syrup of Fit's is taken: it is nleaaniit
and refreshing to tlie tasle, and acts
3iitly yet promptly on the Kidneys.
niver nnd Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem eftectimlly. dispels colds, head
aches and fevers nnd cures habitual
ci)iistiiatiou. Hyrup of Figs is the
only remedy ot its kind ever pro-
uuceti, iieasiim to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, iiromnt in
its action ami truly heneficiitl in its
eHccta, prepared only from tlie most
hetillhy and agieeiilile substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
10 ail and have mude it the most
Dopulur remeclv known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
nnd 1 bottles liv all leailintr drutr
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may lint nave it on hand will pro
euro it promptly fur any one who
wisneg to try il. no no', accept any
CAUFORNU FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX rHANUICO, (.'.
tnwsnue. k. new row, M.r.
Tht rcnHon KAIM.M'K
MfCKOmi KIM KM
the mom wotnleriiil in ed
it iue, iit heeaune it ha
never failed in uny in-
iiiiuT, no matter wniit
thediftcnHc, Irom l.lip.
KllSY to the imtiliMt
diM-une known to the bu
rn an HVKttin.
The McU-ntific men of
to-day claim ni
prove that every dint
CuuHvd l Microbe,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
l-:term nates the Mk-rola-a nml drives thvm
nil 01 ine avalcm. and when that ia done
you cniinot have an ii.-ht-or nnln. No mat.
trr what the dim-tiae. wki-lhcr n simple ease
H .Minima l-.-vrr or n voiiiliination of ilia.
i-aaea, we cur.- them nil nt Ille aiime time, ua
wr treat nil iliat-iiaea couatilutlo" ully.
t lllllll, L'ollsllfllXiofl, L'lltimll, lllllll
clmis, Ulwununisiii, Kiihwy nml l.ivcr
fiscnsc, Chills nml I'cvcr, l-'cninlc
Trtiuhkn. in nil ils onus, nml, in luct.
ewrr 'scisc kimwii in the lluiimn
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
8.-T that our Trade-Murk laiitue aa uhovrl
ip,H-nra on vn.-h jita.
("end for book "lllslorv of the MlcrolH?
Killer," given nwny l.y
J. N. (illAXT, I'll. ..,
Kolc Agent, Ashcvillc. S. C.
nov17rity tu Iri aun
The following nrdlnnnee n n- ndoiuril hi-
Ihe Hoard of Aldermeii on I'riday. April
Ik- It onlnintd that It nhaM Ite unlawful for
my roH-rty owner or tenant, or any one
we. to mime or repair any -ntewnlk In nam
tv on .Main Htreet from the t-'omtiimolilaii
Club to the lfnriiu-rV warthotioe. etirner ol
Walnut Htreet.on I'rttton nvmue from Main
street to Haywood itreet; n Collewe ntreet
irom Main street to Hprtier ntnet;nnd the
name 01 court inaiite mtiare, wnn any mu-ta-riul
rxerpt nrtllleial nt ue. tuieh an ih nnu
ufcil in front oi the Western Carolina Hank,
r Me A lee h oek, tir tlauumu oi Hat tone.
ieh ah nhall Ik- iiiirotii hv the ntreet eoin-
itiitit-r : and the eity en u ii.ee r in herehv di-
reeti'il. whenever any aid walk tiitoti ilther
il the raid Htteet above nameil oluill need
repair, to notiit the owtur or oeeupaut ol
n no line or lot in iront or hl h uli re
iri needed, to ha e the name ilone in ne.
ordfinee v ilh thin t.rili .iinei aiul in t-aif o.
in i in re to il'i no within liittt-n dnv alter mieh
aotlee it uliiiM lw the dutyo the Mnet utifir
liiieaot'tia in oiuvto nave tue xauieiloue Willi
the material above named ud in accord nie
with thin ordiii.mee, and the eot thereoi
It ill Ik.' taxed nu'iniHt the land in itfint ol
which iii h n nair ih doiii . lu niviailanei with
i,ovltmiH nnd amhorliy nnd dlreetion Kiven
enauter J J a ol tin aet ot the euera
AnnouiIiI of North Carolina at the neiaHioti
l the ear IhMp.
v.. i. in. k 1 1 'is, .Mayor.
P. M. Mll.i.l.K, Cllv Clerk.
Mv virlne of a d'-ed nf tiu"! e rented tn tne
uitheyiF-t dnv of nminl, by J. A.
tu in oml ami rlora h. itriMninouil, hi-
ile, to hv ure the luivuicnt of the mini ol
luht 1 1 and ml nnd Heveiilv-'evt n Irnllam
nnd Thlrt.Thri' Ctutn. Iwarlniiinten'nl nt H
kt eent trotu mi hi iiate, I win oner lor wnie
in the hluhenl hiddt-r lor eimh. nt the court
hoimc door in the eltv of Acbi-ville, on the
oih day of May, Imihi, it ivrtain nieee or
hi reel of bind, ultuate on Valley ntreet In the
Hv of Anhevllle. piirtieularlv rir-H'rlled in
mini ded of trut, reui"tereil iu the KtKitter'
Mliei- in Hook M nml on lie 4tn
IU'MWiM' I. MIKVHI.U,
nirA d:md Truntee.
Col. A. M. Watldcll'M
A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES
With millers of the I'rcn.h nnd Indian War
In the Miiuihcrii colonica; the rcslatnii.T ol
the sttmnp Act In North Carolina (with cop.
lea of orlglnnl iliH-iinicnta never iu-fon. pub
lished ; the Regulators' War, etc. I'oraa'eby
J. M. MIIRU4N tk CO.
minor Ashrvllle Clllrcn ;
Thnt ear ninny friends niny know how we
re getting on we will atnte thnt we took In
In Hotel am. more
99,000 III Vive Week.
Took In Inal nntunlnv over 7oo. $7n of
thnt was hotel, balance atore. Hotel rrgta
tercdtmthnt dny llnd fl.onn arrivals In
A months, Our at rk Is mammoth SOO leet
long and 16 leet wide. Tell the balance of
Ihr world to come and are "Old Ched" smile,
snd buy goods of u. and .avc 10 to 118 per
novlOdtf a, K, CHltiJllSTUR ft SO
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Ily virtue of authority veated In Genevieve
K. Conant by a certain deed in truatexecuted
liy T. I. VanC.lldrr and wile, K. A. VanOilder,
dated the l!th day of June, A. I). 1BH7, ana
reiriatered in the Rt-irisu-r's office of Huncombc
county In Hook 10, page 87 ; and by virtue
of uuthurlty vested in W. W. Ilurnard by a
wrtnln deed from said T. I. VnnGildcrand his
an d w-lfe dnted net. ij.. ikst a n.i...
in said Kcgiatcr'a ulliee In Hook AO, pageOH,
together with a declnrntion of trust of the
snld W. W. Ilurnard declared therein dated
llctiilier 1!7, 1K77, nnd registered inaaldollice
in llook 11 of nuirtKngea and deeda In truat
at pnite 44 ; and Ir y a certain other deed from
the said T. I, ViuiGlldcr nnd hia .aid wife to
said W. W. Ilurnard duted October 30,
1 KN7, nnd registered in anid office in nook '
UII, page OO.'I, toKether with a declaration of
truat Ninde thereon hv the .nlri w w nUH.
nrd duted the 14lh duv ol CJetoher. A. D.
1HS7, mid n-irlaten-d in auid office In Rook It
of niurtittiKca and deeda of truat, page U7:
and liy virtue of uuthurlty veated in J. A.
C'uilant ly n certain deed In truateiecutcd by
the said T. 1. Vlinuilder und hia .ni.l wlf
dated the second day of Novemlier, 18H7,
und registered in auid office in llook of tnort
Klieea nnd deeda in trust No, , page 470,
na well as liy virtue of any authority he may
have by reason ol the deed in trust fir.t above
mentioned, (the anid T. I. VunC.ildcr and wife
hnvinu lulled to IIIIV the niuuiea aeeur...! I,v
each - nd every of anid deeda in truat and
ueeu ami ueciurntiona ol truat thereun ac
cording; to their several provisions, and the
snld trustees having llgreed among them
selves na to the iirioriLiea of the vaH,,,,.
debts secured and ua to the proper dlvlalun
of the procceda of the sale of the
uinn. nercinnuer acacrmeti i, tne said Oene
vieve U. Conuiit and the said W. W. Uarnard
nnd the aaid J. A. Conant, truatee. in said
deeds in trusts and deeds nnd declnrntion. of
truat thereon, will sell at public auction for
rush nt the court house door in the city of
Ashcvillc at 1J o'clock nt. on the Slat day of
May, A. U. IKUIl, a certain piece or puree! of
kind In the city of Ashcvillc, county of Ilun
comlic nnd Ktute of North Carolina, on the
south aide of Colleue atreet, und on the wcat
aide of , uvidaon street, including the elegant
brick residence now occupied by aatd T. 1,
VanOilder, and 1 he atablea und several adja
cent lota back of it, bounded a. follows! on
the norlh by College street, on the eaat by
llavidaon street, on the aouth by Bagle.treet
nnd on the west by the Jail lot and the A. T.
luividson lot, now I'aik'a At the aamc time
und nluce the suid W. W. llarnurd will sell at
public miction lor cnah a lurge lut of house
hold and kitchen furniture under the author
ity of the deed from aaid VunCilder and wife
to Uurnard tirst und ubove mentioned and
the declaration of trut made tbcreun a.
nlureauid Mnreh I'll. 1K00.
(HvNl-vn-Vi; R. CONANT, Trustee.
J. A. CONANT. Trustee.
W. W. HARNAKU, Truatee.
lirfiiult hnvlugliecn mnde In the pavinents
stipulated ill a deed in trust executed April
17. 1H.NII. I,y lleoree Kimber to me, und re
curded on pages 14-9 et sen. of Book 10 of
mortKiiKe records In the office of the Register
of Huuconibc county, North Cnrolinu ; nnd
hv virtue of a power of side therein contain
ed, I will sell nt public auction at the court
house door ill the city of AshcviHe, N. C, to
the hiultcat bidder for cash on the 17th day
of May, INtio, the premise, dcscrilied in aaid
deed iu trust. vl : lu irinulng ut a stake In the
eastern ninriiin of linat street nt J. H. Ray's
northwest corner, and nmuliii; with auid
marina ol I'.nsl street north Id' weat, sixty
twu nnd one-hall feet to a stake in the south
ern murKin of Scilcy alrect ; thence with the
southern uinrKin of Scm-y atreet north 04J
cast, aixt.wi,:ht und twn-thirda feet ta a
stake; thence in n sotitheiistwurdly direction
sixty-six teet lo n stake in . B. Knv'a line;
thence aoulhwesi wnrilly with anid J. B. Ruy'a
line seventy-nine leet lo the place oflKuin
nlnit. On the lot lire n two-atorv workshop
.",ox 1 d leet. n two.room dwelling wilh pnr
tinlly enclosed baaement, and n Kood brick
luundalion lor un unfinished house.
nprllliUt we Ttuatee.
for tfentlemrn. A tMrrfret ahivr nt a mnrlrrnl
cont. Try n palrol our nKt ialticn in Kentle-
mt-ii it iii i wt'iir, in 4t.-r.wif, 9.UO, aci.nn, f J.WV,
i-'.nn nml ftf.oo. livery pair warranted. Hx
amine our npeeialtleti for IndieH nt f4.(0.
$'J.im. J."o and ?-'.(M), uncictllcd fur eotn
fort, durability and titvlc.
lnniHt on hnvitiL' the'orijjinnl M. A. rnckard
S: Co.'a ShiK'M. The genuine have our itamp
on bottom ot eneh nhoc. 8ent poiitpnid to
any part of the l S. on reeeipt of priec. M.
A. PACK Akh Ac CO.. llroektun Muu. Vr
Male In Anhevilleby
H. Kl-DWOOU & CO,
oukII deod Hmoi tu we In
BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To theeltfxenH of Anhevllle nnd vlrlnltv I
would announce that nt mv nhont onColleire
ntreet. next to Wooilhury'n ntablen, I am Iwt
ut prt'parei inun ever to no work in my line.
WnuoiiN, HuuKien nnd Carrinitrn manufaet
li nil, Kt-Miihni; nnd horneHthoelnar Are mtte.
einltien, and terieet natiniaetiuii iruarnnteed.
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