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ASI IE VILLE3DAILY CITIZEN: TIIUI1SDAY EVENING, API1IL 24, 1800.
Swift's Spool do (8. g. R.) cnrei my little
hoy of hereditary aerofuln, winch bmkn nut
all orcr Ilia face. For a year ho hnrl auirereil,
ami I hail given up nil hiin(if hit recovery,
when at length I ileolileil to umi M. H. 8, Af
ter ualng a few bottles he wan entirely rureU.
Not a aymntoni now i-einaliiu( the Uiat'a6.
Thin wan three yenra hko.
illtS. T. L. MATIlElts, Malheravllle, Alias.
In the early part of last year 1 had a vio
lent nttnnlt of rheuiiifttiiini, from which I
waxeonllneil tn my heil for over tln eo mentha
and at timea wan unnhlo tn turn myaelf in
bcil.oreven rnl- tho envor. A nurse had to
be in ennMtiiul ntiemlnnce dny anil niirht. I
win an feeble that what little nourishment I
took had tn be slven mo with a aimm. Af
ter rnllinic In tho bout local phvulr.inna. ami
trying All other ineiiirlnoH without rereiving
any licnoilt, I waa Induced Itv frieinln tn try
Swlft'a heciflc 18, H. H.) I ilWmitlnue.l nil
other mediciuea. And took a i-iiure of S.S.S.
thirteen auinll bottlea, which ntl'euieil a com
plete und permanent run.
L. C. llASbKT, K Dorado, Kansas.
Trentlaenn lllnoi) and Skin Plene mail
dtrae. BWin'bFKUFlu to. Ailuuia.Ua
'KUFHSSIOXA L CA HPS.
A. S. Graham, D. D.J).
Willi Over J. II. I.nw'a Htnre, South Main
Nltnuia uxiilr ur IiiukIiIiik Kiiamlmliiiatcn d
fur the pillnleaa extritctliin of teeth.
f.nlil nnd pum-litin crnwua ntt ii-hcil tu
the niitiiriil rwita of teeth, thua nvuldliiK the
use of lllntea.
All uiieriitliuie pertaining to tl.nlUtr.v "kill
fully iierfiirmed. I'rkva ninuinnlilc ttnil antia-
liu-thm guaranteed. fi-h'j
im7 h. f. arnTton7
Mliiv rocirnH itn rattnti uvcntic. over tin
i.lti(lllllL; siorc tn I. Illfintuil .t to.
KcMiiltiicc corner of Woodtiu ami Loeu
J HI!o. P. 1)A VllilS, TlHW. A. JoXKH,
niiiviKii. j.m. . M.KTIJ(, .VMICVIHC.
g ) A V ! I S l V, M A K Tl X I X KS.
Attorneys uud Counsellor at haw,
Anhrvillc. N. C.
Will nr mice in Hit nth nml ith tudiHi.
titricls, tttnl hi the Sniimilr Court til North
lumhmi, mid in the lYtk-rnl CmuU of tl
Wcatcni liiairict til North Carolina,
Refer to Hunk of Ain vllle. dtHrl
Architect and Contractor.
I'lnnn. H'cthVntlon nml ctliitutt- fur
niM.i'u. aii worn in my line cnnirnciol lor,
umi no cnnria. lur dr.iwn.i,' on commit
Kt trrt'ticcN when ilWIrcd.
oilkv: No. 11 lltfi.lry lllovk. North Cmut
winnrr, AHtievMlr. N '-W'.MIV
I will practice In thi
city and surround.!::
OIHitni W. IV Itlantoii Us Co
Hoitth .Main street.
t libit-, '
H, II. KKKVKH, ll.ll.ti, II. K. SMITH, U.K. (t,
in Connnlly IliiiMlnit, over ketlvvoH' Store,
ration weiiu .
Tifth futrnetnl wilhoiit pnin. with thent-w
unti'KtlM tie, ann ill enMH ot irnaiilatitv i
rftel. eli I M 1
f KAMSAV, l. D.H..
Ucntnl Ofllcc t
In llarnnnl HniliHne lintnuuvii. Pat
Avenue nml Main Street.
Kb '.'! 1 1 v
WM. R. PENNiMAN,
THE ASHEVILIE 8RIGK WORKS,
Alicvm , N. c.
.. una P.
marl Mill y
riia.n P-!. ! .V.'..i.i.'S
LESSENS PA.N , -untt
i - K.LD
ABSOLUTELY SAFE 1
Burn In any Lamp without dnqrr ot
Exploding or taking Are. See that you
got the gsnulno. For sale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHHKVILLK. N. C.
F, W. VESEY & SON,
Orccnh onset, No. 01 Ctieatntit ittitt.
Now rratlv, iVcpIi, hrnlthv IVtltlinR riiintu
In vaHrty, ttellvenff to hiiv imrl tf tltrrlty,
anil planted out when retpiiretl, ffblH ilMtn
Apply to ua during the Incoming week to
rent the Hock Qunrry on the oppiialte aide
of the river, near the Iron bridge, nml the
NINIt TUNHMHNT llOI'HUH
near by. A good rock mnn enn get a linr
gain. NATT ATKINSON & SON.
TLANTIC COAKT MN8
tin nn "Iter this date the lollowlng ached
ulea will lie run over Its "Columbia lllvlalo'
No. Bil 1-eavre Cnlumliln , o ao ti m
Arrive. stChsrlralon o n fl m
No. nil Leaves Charleaton'... 7 ,0 2' '
Arrlvea nt Columbia. 11 ifi t JS'
Cnnneetlng with trains to and frnn? aii
points on lhe Charlotte. Colnmhln T Au
Jruatu nnd Columbia t Orcenvllle Hnllnmrta
"1"'"),'t. m. km unarm, o,. t.. ...
, J. F. DBVINB, On, Supi
The London Laborers Dotermined
to Observe It.
STEtTQQLE FTC SHOETER HOURS.
London taW Orunulu itl.nu Harnint but
Aningiiniatla lu Their KiiiIki. vura for
th. Klght Hour Work U.iy .In Inter-
atlng I'arllKiiientary Uebut. Kip.uted.
A ITiil ra In Katarn Africa,
London, April 3. The elj:htten dig.
trict imitinK t onvHiitii in Lunilon yo
lenlay liy the I'oili.rittion of Labor
tiiiotiu to coiiaiilor the eiglit hour mov
liient upiirovud tile piopoaition of the
union to hold a mounter meeting in
Hyde puik on May 1. The largest
mi-etinn ivita in Hyde park and waa ad
ilro-He.l hy aeverul of tlie moat proini
noiit Ifttilora of the ahort day move
ment. The chiuf apeuker was John
Aiiidii,' other tiling he said: "The
workin ; men now have four holidava
every year lorreil UHii them whether
iney wunt to oiwerve tnote ilava or not.
tiiut lioh.iava are primarily for the
ik lieiii 01 other rl uwe limn tho worn
nig iiiiiii "nit 111s convenience is mil
vniuuiled in tuo mailer at all. The one
nay that lalior has ttsne 1 lor, 11 ly I
now U0111M. Wo inii.ia to nil take
our Muy holiilay. iiunevur, v,hjiher the
euipluycra like it or not.
AntaL'onUI c Labor Urgnulaallnna.
Tliero are Hvn aeparate lulior organl.
luuiiiia m ixmuoii now engae.l in
eiiHiiiii riii,' ei.;nt hour niovemunU for
May 1. hjieli will have its own reli.-hra
tiim of I ho eveiit uud all are lnwtile to
one aimtiier, or at least, them is uo mil
tual agreement amoiiK tneiii. Their
ili in.iii.ls Uuler not only 111 detail, hut
in matters ot priuuiplu nud it looks now
as UioiiK'h aiich a iaek ot' iinaiiimiiy
niusi nave a very unmaking; eiiect upoil
the projected inoveiiieiit lor a general
iinproveiii. nt in the Hsition of lalwr.
The li If, r. iiios ttiiiuii,' the v.u mus bodies
are beliuvoa to be irreuniiuilanie.
To Pxrtltluu a frnvlne.
Dkiii.in, April ii. A proHisition hni
recently ueen nri):iril,'ii tor tlie parti
tioning iieiween i'rutsiu and ikliiiiiu
01 tue nine ni'Uiriu niairiui ol Jlorenset,
oener aiiowu as Aiteiiinirg, lyiriir lie
Iwi-en the two routines named. This
Ulsiriot lias ueeii giiverneHi liy a joint
coiiiiiii-Mion hi ik'iKiau ana rrus-dan
oinciuis. aim lias pan! luxes to both l-iiv.
eriiiuenis. The arriiiigeiuoiit lias Ikhiii a
somewnat cuuioeisome une, esiieeiiilly
111 view 01 me AiiiauneHe 01 ineilistriet,
Hie entire population nuinlieruiK iesa
limn o.UJli persons. It has therefore
been considered udvisal.h) to divide the
atrip between the two coiiiitrius. Hut
tlie ix-ople ot tiio littiu ten it.irv, it now
apiieuis, are not ao neutral us the
mi of their Kovernineut would in-
iliiale, and they kuve uelitioiied Kinir
ijiiiKiii, 01 ii'iL-iiim, noi to coUiiio-
naiiee tne uroiii)M.d ill vision. It i .n i
1I1 nt froiii the lorm of tlie petition that
11 iiii ir Htatiin is to 110 1 ii.ui'ed at all
lliey waul to icome Iielians in na
tiouaiities, iu- they iimiiiiy are by rave
8tanl.y In Hruaa.10,
IIiiUhki.i, April 'it. After dinino? at
1 nu palace natuiuny cveinmt .-lanlev
nt-ha.M several Hours ill vouversalion
wnli King Liniold. Veoierday lie took
a ilrivu ilir.iULrii the city aecoinnanied
by two ullicer- of the kiti i's alalf. Last
evening he w is teii.ieiv 1 a immiiet by
iiiii'Kniiiasu'r inns ui 1110 town null.
Sixiy covers Were laid, the guests all
11111; men of distinction. 1 lie hall w.is
Uii'or.ited with the llagi, of llelgiiiiii,
real lint. 1111 una tnoltmgo tree stale,
I he luir,uln.ister. in proiuiliK Ntuiiler'a
iieaiui, piojiin-sieu that Africa would
la-come wiial America was todnr,
Stun ley n'siKiuding said he Inresaw the
nar when is-iui iiis woiilil atari Irom
Antwerp bv steamer mid visit their
brethren tin the 1 11110 as they now vis
ile. I .Sew Yni'k nod lonnlon.
today Siuulev dims with M. Ijm-
bert, Karon liiilliM'hilil s son-in-law.
Whenever rtla 11 ley is seen in piUdio he
receives un ovation, tellers, raulecruius
ami iireseuw pour ill Uhiii linn by the
I'ara.ll and Oial.lon. to Xonak.
LoMiiiN, April S'J. (ireut Interest
cenlies in Mr. i'arnnU's anieiuliiieut lo
II ib Itatioiir lunii piirciiitMe lull which
the Irish leader la eapected to oiler
when debate 011 the bid is resinned to-
lay. Mr. lii.idstiiuu is eiiicfled to
inuKe an inii tain -.peeuh in aiimioi t of
the aniendiiieul, and us it will iw Ins
lirsl Uniirauce since the recess there II
sure to 1 si a l.uu alleiidanoe and an up-
preciiiuvii itiiilieiiee, llio Riialiiilliy
lhat Mr. I'liinell will also sieak adda to
tlie interest, lie is heard so rarely, and
theie is si 1 mui'h mysiery and aiiicuiur-
ny uisjiil mm, that ma act speech,., are
regarded ua ill iri-U uveiila. Aa lor Mr.
lailstone, m now utiraets not alone J
his great fame as a statesman and ora
tor, inn iti-o .iv the lucl whicli every
one re. ui.. es lhat Hi. 1 piitile;e of hear
ing hi. 11 iiitisi s "Hi. in inu course of na
ture, be a luiug 01 the past.
The HiMitniuk.ra' Rlrlks.
London, April vi. The strike of the
KHdiuitacrs is not yet sctticl, though
some of the men are eapecteil to re
sume work tonay, 1 he managers of
the strike claim thai the employers
layrd a clever trick iu order to de
moralise I lie atr.k.rs, ihey uiade a
tuiupolary cnliees.iou and lliullllged to
have tlio statement widely punished
tnul the stri..e u. eudetl. Ihuulijeet
was to slop the donations of linuiey
which were cniniug 111 iroiu all uuar-
rs in aid of the slrikiuK work men.
'his piii'txiso was very largely success-
ul ami tue concession was men repu-
lialed, leaving tlie wurstnuu In a worse
(HMtliou tliau ever. I no managers claim
to tsj auie. However, 10 inuiiiiaiii or-
uaniZiitiiiii aiming I lie men and hold
llieiu toiietli 'r until the situation In
comes generally uu ter-liasl and vontri-
bullous again bugic coming III.
Will aisughter a r'sw Nstlvas,
Zan2Ihaii, A I ril Mitj. Wiasmnnn
Is preparing to la'cupy nml garrison
Uudi. riliurp ligliiing witu the natives
is expected win u tlie atlviiipl la nilu.
Dr. Ksli.r llralgna.
Drkt.in. Anril '.'. I r. hilr, min
ister, ol justiua in I lie Wtirleui nig gov-
eruiuenl, has resign .1 aim will Is) buo
ceeded by Ur. koiiiucas.
fcerpn Pimo al Lisbon.
LmnuN. Anril :U.-Suriiu l'lulu has ar
Mrs. Clsvalnnd al Allautl. City.
ATl.ANTifi;ii v, April i'J. -There waa
a grelit crowd at the I'liunsylvitiiin live
11 ue depot Saturday iilght lu noli dilu
tion of tho arrival of Mr. L'iuveland on
tlie New York express. .Mrs. Cleveland
stepped from one of the 1'iillnmn
coaches unattended by any escort other
than two servant glVls. She was at
tired In a plain cloth walking; dress,
blue hiiglU walking jacket with white
broa.1 olonth revere, a white shirt front
aud pleadilly oollar, a navy blue satin
hat and a white spotlotl veil. Hha wo
met at the deiot by .lira. Ullle McAllls
ter LHUghton. whose guest she will be,
and both ro.le at once to tha llrlghton
holol. It Is said that ei-PreJldenl
Cleveland is to uouie down in tha aarlr
part of the week. '
The ehumpliinslilp season 0H'ned in
the Players' League, the National League
and thii Atlantic asaneiutimi on Satur
day with the lollowlng results:
At New York -New York, lit Philadelphia.
IS. All lam K, U.lllll.
At llo inn -IlinUin, Hi Hrooklvn, 2. Attend
Al lluilalo -i'.uirulo. t Cleveland, a. At.
114 I'ltlaburg, Ii; C'lih auo, 10.
At Sew York New York, m I'hlladeluhla.
4, Allenilauie, 4,1114.
At Bisluii lloslou, Uj Brooklyn, .
Al I'lnc iiinnl Clnolnnatl
At I'liis'iurg-I'lttaburg, Sj CsvaUnd,
Al llrimklyu h)iacuse, lb; hrooklya,
Al l-nil ... .. ila AthlBtlo. 11; Koch.ater,
At isiui-viile Umlavllls. UU Lou la,
Al I mum. ,111, C'ulainlma, lUi Toledo, 10, At
At Jersey t.'lly Jeraey (,'llv. t: Newark. HI
At Halliuiore lliiltlliiore. Id: New Iluvan. a
At illh.ii.- 11.1 YViliuluKlon. Si Worea.Ur.
to. Allenilaiir,-, -'.O.I,
At Waalilliloll aahlnirtnu. 13; flur.rnr,!
u, Aitenuaiiee, J.001.
At Culumbua-1 'nliiinbu,; Tuledo, 9, Qaiue
proleatoil uy cuimuuua.
Al linaik yn-Urouklyii, -, Kyrucuae. 8. At-
Al .Sewars -Newark, ; Jersey Clly, 4.
Al buui-vills-laiuiaviils. Hi til. Luula.
A K'ek at nlumhas.
In the game at Columbus yesterday
owing to a large ailcmiauce, a giouud
rme was ailo;iteil, Jn tuo lourth inning
wiin two men 011 uuses lAiiane, ot Col
unions, 111 Hie a three lugger into lot
comer, h uh , 1 was cie.ir ot people. I'm
pire U'lieu, uowev, r. ordered him buck
to second Iium, as wed us one of the
runners, woo hud scored. Alter ten
minutes wia.igie, ( oluuiuus linUhud
the game under prol'-si.
To Antagon ss Auaon'a Nina.
PlTTsBUKU. April 'ii. 'I here was
meeting of i'luyuis Leaguo n.lieials held
litre to cousiiter tlie aUvisaoiluy ol uav-
mg uie i iiuiiiurg ciuo 011.-11 tue rl.iv
ers Luugue seuvon lu L imago uu the
same uuy us me nuiiuiial .!a:uo iu
stead ol two Uuys a.ier the .ulioiiul
League oiHiiiug. The I'ittshiirg and
C lnuago uiui ugree lo the change and
11 uow remains lor me lloveluiid and
Bullalo ciu,s 10 give their consent.
St. iaiuls rorfelts a Game.
Loilsvll.l.K. Kv.. Auril ii. At tha
end of the third inning in yesterday's
game me scorce smkki nt. iouis a,
Laiuisi Hie u, A Umisvillo player batted
the bad into the crowd and another
player on lust wise toog three bas'M and
scored. Ml. Lotus protested, ulaiuiing
that base running was liiuiled to the
two bas.-s uu a "ueaa' bail and ret used
to uontinue the Kume, wheu the umpire
said mat the rme upphed only to the
naiaiuan ana noi 10 uie man nu Iuua.
lhe guuie wa- given 10 Louisville by
score ol V lo U.
Kl-Uuvernor I'ollork Ites.l.
Lux HaVK.v. 'u.. April -"J.-Ei
Governor Jain -s I'nlliH-k Uied Saturday
evening at Uarter oefnru li o'clock at
tne resi i ncu 01 ins son-in-law, II. T.
nurvey, in tins city. 1 he lunerul wiU
be held to-iuorrow. There will be
short lunerul service al Mr. llarvev's
residence in the illuming and the re
naiiis will In afterwards taken to Mil-
ton lor int. 1 menu Iter. Jouu Hemp
hill, p.e-lor of the West An h Street
rri-sl.vuri.in church. 1'hiludei.hiu. will
conduct the si-rvices nt Milton, which
will lie held iu the I'rcahvtcriiiu church
Imiuuilialely af er tlie arrival of the H-M
tram I nun riiil:i'ielua. hi.tiovernor
1'ollock s last iiiitirs were witlnnit sulfer-
ing and he slept away calmly and
Hamuli's Vaeant Mat.
rillL4HKl.l-lliA. Anril v9. 'Smlrn Mo
Wulllll. the cliiae Uersolial and lailiiieal
friend of .Samuel J. Hundull, and whose
face hits been seen in every national
convention for nearly thirty years
Ida the key to the n ;ht for lUnilall's
seat in Oiilnireis. lhe Ltrilf reiurmers
hacked by e l'ostnia ter llarritr and
the political iiiuchiue in this city pro
pose ki pin .luuies iiecg, ilarnty s law
aimer aim a urignt young man, in I no
ml leader s sent. All nf the n d Kan
dall people except Mc.Millliu lutve il
lare.1 agalu-t tins wheiue, but lhe
siiuire is an 111. If lie giws with tlie
lleck aiip,. in ri- will be no trouble
ulajut lioiuiualing and electing biin.
tier d I Death.
IIKTIII.KIIKM, Pa.. Anril 'i'i. A catas
trophe that resulted in me loss of two
iiung lives occurred near 1'ennville.
llnrieeii miles irnui li thl hem. Kire
broke out m ill two story log Imuae on
Wllliaiu iu : 1 s lurin. Imin. it is aim-
lioaed, lhe kiuosion of a ci.al oil lump
and in less than two hours the house
was In a lies. I In war I, u son of Andrew
Young, the tenant, sued II Tears, waa
limned to death and a l-ye iruld babe,
lying in iu oia.lls was so badly burned
ml it cannot recover.
The Keyalese Vl'at.h lawaaar,
I.aN('astkk. I'n.. Anril ii. The alock-
holderaof the Keystone Standard Watch
coniMi:y re.i.liug iu this city have
poolea meir issues ami will make an
uoi t to secure the revocation of tlie
charter ol ihu company. A petition to
llilaeuil nus already en llled with lhe
attorney gen rui, und a hearing will be
given iu lhe case alwut .May I, The
stockholders have also decided to ask
tlie court to appoint Kolwrl J, Houston.
of this city, receiver for the company.
leyal Lsglna at 4111, aburc.
Ukttvhui mu, l'a., April .'3. About
xty members nf the Uiral Leiiion. re-
tuiuiug from riilludrlphialo their liomee
liulisna, Illinois, Jlicliigan. Minnesota
and Nonrusku, came In re in Iheiraperiai
unman car., i.te 11 .y was spent In
ling over lhe lialllolleid and eiamin-
ng tho uioinnn. uts.
Mlrlklng Mould. ra.
Lamahtkh, l'a., April S3. Forty
moiildera ol tlie t hainpuin lllnwer and
l-oige i niiii.iny Weill mi a striae for U
M-r c 111 . advance ii. wuk. Although
.lie couii.iny is 1111101 orders, limy say
hey will lint yield lo the demind.
A Surfeit ef Unas I lla
ItAMioilMl, Mass., April ii. Frank
YViilsnn's piggery here was burned to
gether witu kh pigs,
Roht V.raua llrooin Drill.
noils Can't you go to the broom drill tbli
t'srrlo-Nu, I'm very much preened for
tltno this week.
Ui'lle (uialieliiuilyl-Yoa, aud I know what
time It la, too.
c.rrl,Vlint Ho veil niaaut
Uvllo The thus that you ars pressed
from half-iuist eight until eleveii.-uuruug-tun
I Uil'l her how mueh 1 love.1 her,
And aakml her to lai mine, ,
Dal alio did in lake II khully.
An, I gnim nu biviirlug elgn.
It,.,'. Ii.t thata llhlniny li.ait
Her 4iHlre e'er illd llm'l
eunt now you're lntter off," aahi sh.
"'or you've my ne,aiis."
-Journal of E'lucatloa.
WHILE THE FLOWER CREPT.
I leaned o'er a casket, small and w itte.
Where a sweet child slept;
And 1 sighed mid wept
To think that the darling had felt :lio Might
Of some ailent augers chilling kiss.
For 'twas and that doom aliould ud life's bllaf,
v. Idle the nower crept.
1 stood near a tuiile In ajKitlesB uitile;
And I alglied nud wept
As the nuiale crept,
To think that tho yiurs would bring a blight
And her married life he all amiss,
Till ahe yearned to feel tie' uhgei'g kiss,
While iu ieaue she slept.
Alaa for tho hride In startes:! nlitlit!
Though I sighed nnd wept
While tho street child alent.
She went where her days wntnil know no blight,
Anil tlto ailent angel s eiiiiung kiss
Might have called the othor lioinu to bliss,
Wliile the flower crept.
RATU TAMTO'S WOOING.
Kntu Tiinito, sonof the great King Tui
Katuhun, dwelt in Viti Levu, wliich
some call Fiji. lie was in htuturo like to
the tree uibukn, and a light shone in Ii
young eyes, so Hint his presence could Is?
known ut night. His canoe ned witli
the wind; his dancing In tlie wnr dance
brought forth a great shout from the
people; Ins arm broke apart the strongest
breakers, and men culled him "The
Now when the moko was ended that
they had danced on the eighteenth birth
day of Rutu Tanito, Katub.m called his
son to hlin and said;
"My son, shall my line end with you?"
Rutu Tanito answered: "Mot bo, my
rattier, for 1 win marry."
Then the king suid: "Rutu Tanito.
choose a wife, observing these throe re
quirements: First, that she bo young
second, tlmt she lie strong, and third
that she lie oU-dient."
"My father, replied tho young man,
"Is It not also a requirement that she be
The king answered: "Obedience
"Tui Vitl," futid Rutu Tanito, "I have
chosen a wife. She is young, for bite
was lairu oil tho dny I first sUmh! erect,
She is strong, for she can nliidu the grusp
of my hand without Uitiching. She is
ola-illeiit, fur she line honored her pa
rents. Alia alio is beautiful as tho dav
ana lovely ns the night. When I see he
my heart is as a l.asln in which tlie
springs surge hotly up and full back in
"Who is the maiden?" naid the king,
"Her name is Kkesa," the youth re
plied, "alio dwells iu anua Levu, ami
is the daughter of Savenaka, its king,"
"Have you spoken to her of lover' the
"No," suid Rutu Tanito.
"(lo and Hiio.-ik with her concernine
her iKircntrt, said the king.
Tui hutiihim having thus commanded
Rutu Tanito departed by night in his
canoe to Vaniia Levu. And 011 a dny he
returned nnd his brow was clear; and he
came Is-forc the king und said: "Tui
Viti, I have isTforiued your commands
and lmresKken with the Maiden Kkesa
concerning her parents.
The king n-ccived the words of Rutu
Tanilo and, lisikiug on his sou. said
Abide now with me aud ut the end of
seven days go UKiiiu to the uiuiden and
sn-uk with her concerning w ar nnd com
bats with tho shark." And Rutu Tun-
itodid ns lie was commanded nnd re
turned with a clear brow and said: "My
fullier, I have done according to your
Aud again tho king commanded him
to abide for seven days, uud returning to
the midden to sMik with her concerning
the gisls. And it was done us lie com
Then said Tui Kulubua, "no now,
my sun, nnd sia-uk w ith tho maiden con
cerning the government of men." And
Rutu Tanito departed und came to Vimua
Hut when ho returned thence Ids brow
was clouded nnd his eyes were angry,
and as he reached his father's presence he
stepped witli a llrni step. "So mm-, my
son," said tlie king, "your rains- has met
with a mischance and has lieeu dashed
against a rock."
"Not so, tho young mini replied,
my catiisj is snvc, oil, father,"
"I grieve, oil, my son," aaid the fa
ther, "that your safe depurltire has Is.h u
pimsed by the king of anua Levu, and
that he has sought to make you a pris
oner, for our vengeance will full heavily
on his people,"
Savenaka, king of Vaniia ls-vii, hits
nowise luiieded my departure from his
Island, said the youth, "nor has he
known nf my presence there."
"And yet unger sits ubove your eyes,'
said the old king.
Then Rutu Tan llo coiniaised his fea
tures and said lu his father: "Forget
my father, that I hnve given nuv toiin
ger iMViiuse of a trillo. Ekesa, the muid
en of whom I sike, has suid a foolish
thing, and, recollecting it, my spirit waa
" And what said tho maiden?"
"Truly, slic Is of opinion that women
are of equal spirit and understanding
with men, and should divide the govern
ment of liumuii nlfairs with them, 1
think such were her words, but of a
verily I heard not certainly, being much
provoki-d, and having driven my foot
against a rout us we walked,"
Then you have iiii.ireled with the
liiuideiif said lui halubuu.
"Nu," suid Rutu Tanito, "I am not a
oinan. I forlsire to answer her and
after she hud ssiken for a time, and had
sworn she would marry no mnn who
eld himself her siiH'rior, I left her,"
Then suid 1 ul Kalulnia: "Do now, my
son, and taku war canoes, and fetch
Kkesa Is-fore me."
Tho king t'liuiiiinnds," said Rutu
Tanito, "Hut father, I no longer wish
to marry the gill; uud the gods forbid
thnt she should cuinu to harm at my
"No harm shut! come to her," said
Katubua. "IX you us 1 couitunud."
Accordingly, Rutu Tanilo tisik wnr
cams', nnd went lo Vaniia Is'vu and Ixiro
way Ekesa by force. And returning to
Hi Levu he brought her licforo his
father, who sat lu state, surrounded by
Is chiefs und priests. Anil seeing this
array alsiut her. ns though to Judge her,
kesna eve lluslieil und sue Iikihcu ue-
llnnllynt King Knliihiia. "Mighty mon
arch," she cried, "do not tear ini do not
surround yourself with your chiefs. 1
mean you 110 harm, nnd Indeed have
come here ngnlnat my will, Ixdng brought
prisoner by this youth, one of your
people. Bet me rreo, Htm cnaatiae mm,
nnd my fulher, Hitveiinkn, will thnuk
von nnd lie your brother."
"It Is mv son. Hum innito, wno unngs
you here, xnid rwitutiun.
"Are roll llattl litnitor crieu me prin-
ceiei, turning lo the young mnn. And
aim exclaimed with double forcel "Then
you are the great traitor!"
"Maiden," Bald King Katuhun, "be as
sured, No harm shall bcfull you. Yet
it has come to our ears that in Vaniia
Levu Hie women are the equal of the
men, and an this seems a strange thing
to us we have desired to boo it tested,
and especially to Inquire whether the
women of Viimin Levu are the equals of
the men In Viti Levu. For that reason
wo huve sent to bring you here. And
we will propose to you three tests which,
if you answ er rightly nml justly, you
shall depart home In safety and we will
otTer you gifts; nnd, moreover, you shall
lenil my Bon home with you to be your
slave, as 11 reparation for tho wrong done
you. this 1 swear to you, and lie shall
compete with you In the tests."
Whereat tho princess cried out.
"Ho is ignorant what they are to be,
said the king. " 'Tie a fair match, De-
hold, he is as much surprised as you
"And If If I lose?' said Ekesa.
"You slinll marry him," suid the king,
Then the kingsttid: "Princess, are you
ready for the llrst test? '
"Rut," said Kkesa, "I havo not yet ac
cepted your conditions,"
"Ratu Tanito," said the king, "behold
"Nay!" cried the princess, "I am in
your pow-er. Promise to tue your tests
and let your sou prepare for a life of
Katubua thereupon caused two turtle's
eggs to lie laid before the princess and
said: ".Maitlen, of these two eggs which
will bring forth n mule turtle und which
n reinnio.' 1 his is Ihu llrst test that we
proisise to von."
At this tliu princess crossed her arms
uiMin her breast and laughed scornfully,
1 ins is a lest of folly, not of wisdom,"
she (old. "Not all tho men in the world
could declare of which of these two eggs
should bo born a male turtle and which
Rut Itutu Tanito stepped forward
quickly and txk the eggs into his hand
and crushed them. "Of neither," he
Then Katubua suid: "Maiden, though
in truth the question seemed idle, yet the
youth la right, for a man must know
when to net."
Ni xt there were brought forth two
bowls, each covered with a mat of woven
gross. And Katubua suid: "This is the
second test. Of these two bowls choose
that which is full of water."
Ekesa trembled, but quickly stretched
out her hand and laid it 011 the nearest
bowl, saying, "This is it."
"Choose you, now," said the king to
Hut Rutu Tanito crossed his urnis upon
his breast and said: "Not so; for who
shall sny that both liowlsare not empty?"
ihen the king drew away tho mats of
woven grass and both bowls w ere empty.
.Maiden, said Kutubua, "the youth is
right, for a man should know when to
Then Ekesa bit her hp and said: "You
juggle with me."
Yet, said Katubua, "the youth has
detected our jugglery. Hut here is the
third test and crhnps you will still win
him for a slave. Whicli loves a child bet
ter, his father or she who bore him?"
Ekesa's eyes flashed, and she drew her
self up. "Of a truth, she who bore him,"
Ratu Tanito turned and looked upon
the girl, und slowly there came Into his
flushing eyes a tender light, but he did
At this Ekesa called to tho king: "Tui
Viti, he does not sHak!"
"And he is right," suid the king. "For
a man should know when to be silent"
Then Kkesa stamped her foot and
cried utoud in bitterness: "It was a trap!
1 ou have warned linn what answers he
should make mid hnve plotted between
you to shame mel Shame rather on you.
Rutu Tanito strodo to her side and
caught her by the wrist und suid: "Uo
back to your siiile. I will none of you.
You have dishonored my futhcr. Co
back to your voplu, Make a way there
for the princess," he shouted to tlie
crowd, "Make a canoe reudy and set her
on the shores of anua I ami.
Rut Kkesa's eyes fell und she did not
move; only stood iu her place trembling,
men Kiiluliiui said: "Kkesa, my
daughter, the Philosopher Ruveuiza has
asked: "When should a woman disobey
And Kkesa lifted her tearful eves and
answered; "Never, oh, my father, suv
when he bids her leave him."
And of the union of Kkesa und of Ratu
Tunito was burn tlie great king Itutu
Cukuu, w hom men called tlie Seat of
uslice, and nlso Vuuivnlu, the Root of
War. Philadelphia Times.
Trleea uf Turkish Rlnvea.
There ure actually ul Stamlmul about
Inety regular slave uYulere who buy
and sell slaves, or who uro the medium
of buying or selling. Tlie slaves are
lodged iu houses known by the public,
Just as they know the dealers in any sort
of mcrchundiso. Ihu principal sluve
uses ure alsjut thirty.
An Abyssinian maiden from 14 to 17 la
orth from GO to U'U lira, (a lira isworlb
alsiut $1.50), but a handsome 0110 Is sura
to bring Hi "J lii-us) (iilaiut 81.U3U), White
slaves (Tcherkes) are more abundant.
Maidens from Vi Ui 13 are quoted from
1)0 to 800 liras, nnd those from 10 to SO
from 1)0 to 1,000 lira. Tlie price varies
cording Ui Ix-auty, sizo, complexion
and accomplishments, Singers aud uiu-
ciiins generally bring a good price.
l.atlU-H nave Tried It.
A munlH'r of mv liulv customers have
rii-d "Mother's Friend." nnd would not
s.-without tur inanv times it cost. They
recoiniui nil it to nil who ure to Ihtihiic
mothers, K. A. Piiync, druggist, Ureal-
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A belief in snake cliurming' has so
long kept iu hold upon the minds of
men that any evidence as to tho iuctli
da of dealing with really renomous
reptiles has sjieciul ynlue, Mr. Arthur
Adams, in his "Travels of a Natura
list," tells how he nuinagod the mat
ter! Talking- of scorpions reminds mo
that I liuvo nt times induced koine peo
ple to believe tlmt I possessed the
power of taming those antipathetical
creatures, and their equally repellent
many footed relatives, tho centipedes.
Though the cupucity of rendering such
veuuiuous repines Harmless muy ap
pear amazing lo the. uninitiated, there
waa really nothing supernatural in the
art, whicli simply consisted iu surrep
titiously nipping otf the tip of tho
scorpion's sting and the poison hooks
of Bcolopendru s jaws with a pair of
Thus deprived of the nower In neriA.
trote the skin, the once noxious insects
ire balllod in their attempts to do mis
3)1 iof. aud mav be neruulted tn rnnm
aver the bauds and face without the
lightest fear of dungor. Youth '1
CREATES many a new business;
i'.V.l MHiS many nn olii business;
KHVIVHS many a dull business;
UliSCt'liS ninny a lost business;
SA 'I:S mnnv n iiiilinv business
I'KliSliHyliS niiinvii Inrue business
SHCb'KliS success in unv business.
To advertise jiitliciiiusly, use the col
umns ol " The Ckiteii." ii'verrliodv rends
it; nml in iiroitoilion to the returns it
Yields flicci tisers, its rates ure the client.
est 111 me eouilll v.
Tlie Dally Citizen.
Is always alive to the interests
Ashcvillc nml its in-onlc.
Is the most iHiimlnr nilvvrtisiui? me
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend by a greater iiiunls-r of icoplc
innn liny oilier scculur pnK.T 111 the
Is iilwava tilled with the choicest rend
mg mutter ol the dav.
Hoarding houses till thcir-rooms livail
vertisum in the Litiziin.
.News, nud nil the news, makes the Cit
HtKN n gcnernl tavorile.
No retail merchant ever made 11 irrent
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement 111 the i.itizi-n mivs
111c novel-user nn nuniiren-ioiii.
Ruth llio tneilinil nud results when
-Syrup of l'igg is taken; it is iloasuut
nnd relresliiiirr to tho tuslc, and acts
enl I v ret promptly on the Kidneys,
Oliver nud llowels, cleanses the sys
tem ellet'liiiillr, ilisncls colds, liend-
tidies nml fevers nml cures lutliitiiHl
constipation. Syrup of Fics is the
only remedy ol its kind ever pro-
luceil, pleasing- to the tusle nml nc-
eptnlilo to the stomach, itmmiit in
its action nml Irnlv Itoueliciiil 111 iu
lli-cls, prepared only from the most
henllhy tint nivpuldo stilHnm-ea, its
iiiiiny excellent qualities coiuiiieiid it
to nil mid have made it tho most
popular re 111 pi I v known.
Srrim of t'iL'8 is for mile iu 60c
nnd fl hollies liy nil lending drug
gists. Any rehiililo druggist who
may not hnve it oil hand will pro-
Mi re it proiuiiiiv for nnv one who
wishes In try it. )n Ho', accept any
mil nt it n In.
CAurow.'i nf! syrup co.
44 V mtKViiCO. C4l.
intiisrntr. t nm tout, n.r.
"Ion mint ma tn lleriiiuitrt. If
Jan tto mil I will not lie re.iiiiual- 1
ble Inr Uie euiiariiiieiieea." tint,
ihielor, I rr.il i ll ril n llbre the
llmr 'inr Hie imi":-," "Mill, II
llinl In Impnaallilr, try
OF P'JRE NORWEGIAN
COD JCZVUR OIL.
I iiiiiellines 11 ite.-oiiid.l llul
lied, 1111,1 1. limy rnsea u
liinitt iiiiis, t tmzh
o; Srvviv Coltl
I hnve n ni:i null It; anil the
iltHiiinve la that lhe mnal .rn.l.
live sioiniieh ran Inlte II. 4 noi her
hliis; wliicli en. inn. -iitla II la 1 lie
allimtlHilnv pi'iiuer'ira nt the ll-iiiilin-.nhllea
nilirli It rniiln.
inn will nun it lor anle nt onr
Hriiga-isiv nut sit Joe vet the
iiriajiiinl s'lilfa 1 11 I.-.I01."
novl a ilSr w 1 v
IW vtrlnr nf n tit t il nf trtiM riniilrit tn mi
tmilirUlft ihty ( Anuuot, 1nki(, Uy J. A.
Irriiinitiiinil nml I'lttrn I.. Itrnnimunit. hit
ti nrt-Hic tht nn vtilt-tit of thr nutn nl
l.iultt lliimlrt'il intil Hvtil v-H4'tn tullm
nml Thirl wThm Cvitttt, lHithmlntvnt nt
IHTivnt Inint Mttl iliiU', I will niUr fur unit
In tin h I ki In M iMil.Ur inr t-finb, nt thr court
him"' tlotir In tlu cttv of AlM'vlllr, on tht
HUM tiny nf Muy, n itrtnin cr or
1 mi rt nl liiiHl. iliuit' i'i nilcy mrvvt tn thr
iltv nl Aolu tile, imrMt'iiliirly 'vm rMird In
in til iltttl nl mitt, rviflod'rvil in llu Mi'Mlxlcr'n
iMlUv 111 llnok h nml mi 11 kv tn
liKMl NK II. NOHVKI.I..
njirn il.uiil Trimtrr
Hilltur Aalievllle allien :
That our many frlt-nda may knuw how we
arc kcuIiik on wv will alntv thnt Wf took In
In Unlet nni. Store
9, (( III Vvc Weeks).
Tnnk In Inal Hiiturilny over I7IMI. 7f of
that wna hotel, bnlnnec atore. Hotel reaia
trrril UA that day. Und O.onil arrlvela In
A montha. Our at -ck la mammoth BOO feet
limit ami Ifi feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to rome and see "Old Ched" amltf,
anil buy gooda of ua and aavi 10 to DO per
nnvl A dlf K I'llUIHtSTKH SMI
NUW llllltll. enn-liillw i,rrnartl l.w U-bS
4" Ine mrmhera of the Aahrvllla bar inn
flneal nnrehmrnt anil heavy Ant twmrl. tor
rtiuil all neeraanry t'obtta, Jnat nnt anrl now
on as le at the oilier or the l iTiiaa ruaina
an Co,, No, North Ceart Baare, (aal
The Foremost Cocoa of Europe,
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The claims of cocoa as a
useful article of diet are stead
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like tea and coffee, it Is not
only a stimulant but a nour
isher; and it has the great ad
vantage of leaving no narcotic
effects. Hence it is adapted
Van H outen's
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
to general use. The strong
may take it with pleasure,
and the weak with impunity.
9VaW HnttTEM'i Cocoa ("one tritd,
always uud") Imvea no lojurioua effeota on
tha Mrvoaa ajritem. It ia no wondar, tbara
fora, that tn all parta of tho world. thl
iitmttor'i Cotwa ia reeoMMeaded by Md
lculancn Inatvud of l Md eoafkr
other ctieiNii ar chiieolute lor dnlly
uae by childrvnoradulu, hale nnd aiolt. rich
and poor. "Lanraat aala tn tha world." Aak
for Van HotTTUN'aand tA nuOrr. 40
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
By virtue of authority vented In Genevieve
H, Conunt by n cvrtiiin devd In truateiecutrd
hy T. I. VnnCihicr and wife, B. A. Vnnf.ildcr.
Untcil the 'J4th day of June, A. I. 1MM7, and
rvKiatend in the Kt-tfUivr'n office of buncombe
county in Book in, paf 57: and hy virtue
Of author! (V V.-t.-.l in W U' nnrviarH l.u .
tirtuin deed front nid T. I. VanOildcrandhla
Knia wile dated Oct.
14. 1MK7. and rciriBtftwH
in aaid KcfiHtcr'a oflice in Hook 00, pafc4UH,
toKtthcr with a dcclurntlon at trutit i.f th
fiiid W. V. Ihimnrd declared therein dnted
Octolier 27, 1H77, und rvftiotcrvd inaaidollicc
in Hook 1 1 of ninrtKuwH and derda in truat
ut piiMi' 4-4.; and hy n certain other deed from
the anfd T. I. VnnOlldcr and hi suid wife to
mi id w. W. Ilnntiird dated October 20.
1KH7. and rcuiatcred in anid office in Honk
do, pOKt 5om, toitcther with a declaration of
trunt nmdc thereon by the anid W. W, Ham
a rd dated the 14th dav of October, A. li.
1MH7. and n ulnttTt-d in anid oiKc in llm.lt 11
of tnortKUttcH and deeda of trunt, nan 44J7;
nnd by virtue of authority vented in J. A.
Conunt by a certain deed in truntexecuted bv
the Nald T. I. VanOllder und hia aaid HV-
dntt-d the second dny of Novemlter, 1MK7,
and rcKiHtcn-d in nid office In liook of tnort
Uiiucn and deed in truat No. 11, iiokc 70,
na well ua by virtiu of any authority he may
have bv rcutmn 01 the deed In tniMt HralalHsva
mentioned, (the fluid T. J. Vunt'.ilder and wife
linviiitf lai ki I to nnv the monira wniml liv
each ' nd every 01 anid tired in truat and
Iced nud dccltiriitiuna of trunt thereon ac-
conlinu to their aevrrul iroviiona, and the
wiid truatcvn hnvin; iiKrecd among them
wclvtH na to the prioritiea of the various
Icliu aecuml nml ua to the proper division
if the iirocccda of the aule of the
lunda hereinafter dcncriticdl, the said Ocne
vicve H Conant and the anid VY. W. Itarnnrd
und the mini J. A. Con:int, trustees in aaid
lift I in truaia nnd dcrda and declaratlona of
truat thcrvon, will mil ut public auction for
euh nt the court houae door in the city of
Aaheville nt 1 2 o'cltH-k m. on the Slat dny of
Mm- A ll 1 HI (II fl t-rl ii lit n . ns
In 11 1, in the city of Aalteville, county of Hun
conilie and Stale nf North Carolina, on the
aouth wit Ic ot College atrvet, and on the west
able of I nvidaon atrvet, Includina: the enfant
oricK reaiiience now tK'cupiru uy aaitl T. I.
Vnnttildcr. and the stnbU-a nml nevernl ad lit.
cent lota back of It, bounded aa follows: (in
the north hy Course street, on the enst by
iiavmaun atrvet. on tne aoutft by KaHlcatrect
ind on the weat bv the iuil lot and the A. T.
Ituvitlaon lot. now I'm It 'a At the iitnw time
and place the aaitl W. . Ilnmurd will sell at
luldic nuction lor cuah a lurire lot of houar.
hold nnd kitchi-u luniiture under the author
ity of the deed In mi aaid Viiniiilrlrr snrl .!
to Hnmnrd lirat nnd ubove mentioned and
the dcclu ration of tru-t made thereon an
uioreauid March 'J'J, XHWt.
i:NbVli: li k.C.iXAKT, Trustee.
J. A. CONA.NT, Truntre.
W. W. HA
BUGGIES, CARHIAOtS, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To theritltena of Aahevllle and vicinity I
ould nilliounce thnt nt mv atmim on(Jillruw
atrvet. mm to Woodbtiry'a atiibles, 1 nm bet
ter iiTvparvu man ever 10 tio worn in my line.
Vttiion, Ituuuiia nnd Cnrrintcea manufact
und. KepuiriiiK nud horarhiMrins; nre sa
cialtics, nud Kncct natinnction uunrnntecd.
My workmen ure riciicnccd andskillfuland
my churKcs are mudcrau.
mvaai R. BI RNRTTR.
bollom. If .lie dealer ran not aupplv voa,
a,mt tllratit to factor. aiKioalaiS) MvatAsaal
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMfN.
Vine Calf, tleov La4 Urala avaal OraaaV
snoor Walertimor. . ...
t.TS SHOR rtlH MiaMKB,
HERRING & WEAVER.
felttn rllm .1 ., ,, .. .
TO WEAK DEtl
hifaifins froea Ih. affama of vnaslial awaiv.aai4ff
aweav, waauna vaatneaa, mat mankaoa. an, 1 win
and a Talaabh) traauae, leaaMl amitalalaaj fat
aartleiilara I nr hanw ..ea, f SHrfJ af aharaa.
iplMdla aaadleal work i akialk. aal kj vaart
aaaa who la aan.aa aa4 aekUltaaaaV Aaataaai
otS dw ly
neat 111 111a mmn, Fiamina
s.no tiicNriptr: iianii aKvvurarioa
4.UO and 1.7ft IMlVa W tlML ftHUff,
AH nimbi la Onnaraaa. Button aad Laea.