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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1800.
Four Years on Crutches.
For fifteen years I was affliotedwlth rhu.
mnuanimir ycareot wmcn I ' 'aasompelle
10 fin nn crutenos. vt mil lira Inai.equnt to
express the suffering 1 endui-wl during that
time. During these tlllecn yeara ol exle-
icnrn m n n.ii ovinci, i mod every kn.iwn
remedy without receiving any benefit. 1
finally twiinn on Swift's siircino (8. 8. a...
which trtuii tho first guru mu relief, ami to
diiv I am enJuvlnir t It it nr health, and am
well man. 1 euuil'illy Is'lievc thai H. 8. 8.
nie uct uiuMi im iiiii nn the inaikei to.
)'. J.iM. I'AIIAIH, Luua,Mo.
Trentianii Pdnnd and Akin Pisensee mail
.d free. SWIFT bl'KCU'IC CO., Wlniilu lis,
Oct gfldXiwl y
A. S. Graham, D. D.S
nine Over J. If, Law's Store, South Main
Nltruu. mule ur laughing gnsmlminlatcrc
lor the painless extraction of teeth.
Oold anil pcirceliiln crown. attached t
the nntural root, of tceqi, thu. avoiding the
UK of pllltl'..
All opcruliona pertaining to dentistry .kill
fully performed. I'rkv. reasonable and entla
faction guaranteed. fcb3
UR. B. F.RRiNTOJr
iiiticc rimin. nn I'm ton nvenue. over the
vioiiiinH store ol c;. i. liluuton 1'n.
Residence corner of Wooillln uud Locu.t
Tiiko. K. Davidson, TllllS. A. JllNKa,
nt.lCIUII. J.. .UAHTIH, AtelCVIIlt
). VIIIStlN, MAK TIN ft JON 118,
Attomeya und Counnclloni at Law,
Aslicviltc. N. C.
Will pr it lire In i lie 1 iih and 1 Jth Judicial
Districts, uml In the 8iiiircnie Court of North
Carolina, nml in the Peilmtl Courta of the
western Itlstnct ol North Carolina.
Krt'rr to llnnk of Aslicvillc. ill
J A. TI1NNUNT.
Architect and Coiitrnctor.
riuna, siN-i-Mcntion and cNliumtca fur.
ulKlK'il. All work til mv line eoutriuu-d lor.
and no charge, lor drawing on contract.
a warden inc.
Nclcrence when desired.
illlice: Nn 1 J Hendry Mock, North Court
imrr. Aanrviiic. N. f kliluillv
J. XV. KOLLIMUS,
t will practice In the city und surrounding
llicat W. I. liluuton Co.'a alnlilc, 711
Houlh Main .trect. , uprl
H. II. MKKVKS, II. I). 8. I II. K. hillTII, II. 11.8.
UrH. Rvcvct. Hiiiitli.
la Coiiuillly -Building, over Mt-dwnod'. 8torc
Teeth extracted without piiin, with thrncvt
aiuest netic, anil all mm. oi trn-guiiimy cor
w-lcil. el, I. 'I-1 1
f . KAM8AV. II. 11.8..
,) tlfliCC I
In llarnnrd Huitdinu Itntriiucr.,
Avenue nntl Main Htrrct.
MISCHL LA li VS.
WM. R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEYILLE BRICK WORKS
AHhevlllc, iN. C.
P.O. Ho at P.
If Titnitt ouhmo titrsct o? v.t.
. BftlKT DKH&E.rWSUfiIm3i;l8tWulOUl
jbook TO' A0MAN'w
BMDFIM HEBUIMTOft CO ATLANTA BA.
Burn In my Limp without dinger of
Exploding or taking fir. 8e that you
gat th ganuin. For tala by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHIIkVILLK, N. C.
F. W. VESEY & SON,
UrvcnhouncR, - No. 01 C lie (nut street.
Now rrnttv, frpfh. hcnlthy IkdrllfipT PlnnU
In vnrlcty, Hctlvrm) tn nny ftnrt of the city,
uml pluntnl out whrit miulretl. trhlh il.'lm
Apply tout during the Incoming week to
rent the Hoik Quarry on the ofipmlte aide
of the river, near thr Iron lirlilge, and the
N1NU TKNHMI1NT 11(1118118
Mar tiy. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
(Ml and after till, date the following nchcd.
ulea will be run over Ita "Columbia lilvl.lon."
No, 88 l.cavr. Columbia n.Un p, m.
Arrlvea atC'harlratoa 0.80 p. m.
No, S3 Leavee Charleaton Till a.m.
Arrive, at Columbia 11. nn a. m.
Connecting with train, to and from all
point, on the Charlotte, Columbia An
gu.ta and Columbia Oraeavlll Riillroada,
T, M. BMRHRON, Oca. Paaa, Art.
J. P. DBVINB, On. Owpt
AT THE WELL.
A Jawteh maid whooama at amntla,
Brluglng Uer pltohar with bar to toe well
With no (orebodlng In bar haarttn lull
Hnw ouo wua wailiug there to be her gulit
Toaatranga oountry, toallfauntrlaili
Waere, fur from home and kindred aha would
Laavlng all gladly, wrapped a In a .poll.
To follow litui, and, whern lie llviil, uurjnl
Ah, no whilu walking aome fonilliAr wuy,
IWiaiing tile burduiia tliut with all am rii a,
Thelti eomoH to each a atroug, giwnt, aokiiiill
That flnr1n fiva wttltlnn hy Ujh well of Jft;
Love, a ititing boi.rUet, urnii, no Hinged fay
Who tni.i'noiir fats and moliU it; valu wm
GYPSY ISAIAH'S WIFE.
Of ull lonely place the Trott farm
hdumi wan tlio lonplicst. Not a house in
night -nut no much as a barn, a toll gate
or gl int mill; nothing but bleak hillside,
dcuntily clutlied with acnibby pine;
grim, bluck bouglied evergreen woods
ami pnaturo lamia, where the cuttlo hud
dled in tlio onrner of the fences to es
ciim tlio knife like point of the keen west
Ami, of a gray sunny afternoou like
tills, witli the Hiillen mull of the rivet
booming in the vulluy below, and a knot
of crows cawing niournfully in the tree
tnM aliove the farmhouse roof, it wan
lont-lii r still.
Mr. Trott woa in the kitchen, with a
solder kettle bubbling over the tiro; he
wua mending a huge, kettle wherewith
he proxncd to riflo tlio awiieCueHR of a
neighboring grove of maple trees in the
coining nmnlh of Jlurrh. Mrs. Trott wur
studying out the oouiplicaied pattern o(
a new uevioc in putouwork, lent iter by
a friend, wlili half a down bloc ka of Tur
key red, four of white ami two of corn
colored calico; ami Doboruh, the only
daughter, was trimming over her Sunday
hut with newly ironed pink ribbon and
a cluster of iirtiiiclul rosebuds which she
had bought cheap at the clearing off sale
of thu Ktorkbridge milliner and all
three were ailent.
Suddenly the clock struck, with
whirring sound, like an aathmatio lo
"Is that 4 o'clockr said Mrs. Trott,
still pur.Ung over the blocks of Turkey
"That's 4 o'clock," said Mr. Trott, look
ing Into the boiling silvery mass ovei
"We shall have to light candle Boon,'
said Mrs. Trott. For she had never seen
that modern elimination, gaslight,
and made it her lxiant that no drop of
kc roeene had ever crossed tier threshold.
She burned symmetrical while candle
of her own running, in old fushioned
brans candlesticks with snuffers and ex
tinguiHhers to match. "I wonder where
Inuluh is? We need new logs fur the ait-
ling room fire to-night. Squire Draper's
son told mi) he should drop in, in a
1 retty UelHirah frowned over the bunch
of rtMchuils; she was a dimpled, blueeyed
girl, iilte unaccustomed to the busiuese
f frowning, so thut it was rather an
effort for her to contract her bronze
ImiI.iIi," slowly repeated Mr, Trott,
l ill intent on tho kettle. "Why, I've
sent Iniiiuh over to Marshall Uill's with
that lift) dollar bill!"
Mm. Tmtl ilripeil her spectacles.
"TIiiiiiius Trottl You haiut, neverl"
"Yes, 1 have,' suld Tliomaa Trott,
Why shouldn't I? Whitefoot is lame.
and I've no notion of walking over tt
J till with my rheumaticky old bones.
And the interest on my nolo is due In
lay, an I jut cuvo it to Isaiah, and tol l
him to step lively nml get bock befort
Mr. Trott drew an ostentatiously long
"Then you may be verv sure of ont
thing, Trott, ' said she. "lou II never see
neither Isau.li nor thut llfty dollar bill
" by notr Mild her spouse, staring.
-iKvause isuiuii belongs to a gypsv
nice, mid bct-auxo all our neighbors ad'
vised us not to take him in when we did!'
"Una worked just o well as if then
wasn't gypsy blood in him, hasn't her
ile iiiumlcd the farmer, sternly.
I dont ny but what ho has," ail
milled Mrs. Trott. "I only know thai
what' bred in the lxne won't scrub out
of the flesh, and it '11 lie just like Gypsy
Isiiiuli to cut and run with that fifty dot-
sr bill. And you're a bigger fool than 1
took you for, to trust a wild fellow likt
that with solid money."
Hut here pretty Deborah rose, flushed
and punting, from her chair.
"Mother! shu cried, her blue eyes all
afluiue, "vihi sliull not talk sol Isaiah it
as true and goal ami noble as If the blocs!
of king run in his veins."
"lloity-toily!" cried Mrs. Trott In
amusement. "And what is Isaiah liluck-
hum to you?" '
Just this," said Deborah; "that I'm
engaged to lilni."
"Engaged to marry him?"
"Yvn to marry him,"
"Di bby," auld Mrs. Trott, "are you
"1 love lilm, mother," Debby simply
Innilo ritimhH, "And he love me and
wu are to lie married as soon as lie lion
laid up a little money to rent a farm of
"Indecdi" said Mr. Trott, frowning
dark ly, "Aim your parent consent, 1
suppose, I mutter of no consequence
"W thought, mother." said Debbv.
with downcast eye, "thut you would
offer no objection to what would make
mo so very, very happy,"
"l'erhups," rigidly added Mrs, Trott,
'you don't know that Orlando Draper is
coining to-night with the especial inten
tion of making an offer of marriuge to
you Squire Draper' son, with a red
brick house and a bank account at Stock
brldgor " ilien ho may ao away again," said
Debby, resolutely, "For I never, nevor
win marry anyone but Isaiah Bluck-
"A stray gyisy lad, brought up In the
wood, witli nobody know who for hi
father, anil a knack for chicken stealing
Ht his Anger ends," ineered Mr. Trott.
"Moiherl" pleaded the girl.
"Now, Betsey, don't," said the farmer;
"that ain't fair. Isaiah ' a good
young olmp a ever (topped. And tt
yov'll Just remember, I was a poor a
any gypsy of the lot when first w mar
rieil. LVlMirah's my only child, and sh
shan't lw teaseill Come here, Pussy, and
give the old futher a kiss."
And the stormy February afternoon
darkened into snowy nightfall, and
Debby guxed wistfully down tho road,
wondering why her lover had not re
turned,. "II has hod tluM to go to Murahall
mil and buck twice," ne said to ner-
"It is trnnge," (aid Mr. Trott. "Isa
iah ain't one to loiter, in general,"
"Didn't I tell you so?" said Mrs. Trott,
"You'll never see neither Isaiuh nor the
And when 0 o'clock came Mr. Trott
put the horse into the old fashioned red
cutter and cltmlicd resolutely on tho sent.
"Liimu or not lame," suid ho, "Old
Whitefoot has got to take uie over to
Mai shall Hill s to-night."
"It's no use," said Mrs. Trott, dryly,
"You'll find the bird has flown. He can
pick up n foolish girl anywhere, butilfty
ilollur lulls Hin t so easy to get at.
"Father, can't 1 go, too?" piteottsly
urged Deborah, stung to tho quick by
every malicious word and accent of her
"No, daughter; no," said Mr. Trott. "1
won't be long. And you're best off at
lie drove away into the white veil of
flying snow, the bells ringing with
muffled sound, and Old Whitcfoot'a
breath rising In a column of stenui
through the uncertain darkness.
"Isaiah?" said stout old Marshall Hill,
"Of course he' been here. Paid me that
there fifty-dollar Interest money, and I
give him a receipt four good hours ago.
Aiu t lie got home yetr
Ana i nomas trott scrambled once
more Into tho sleigh and drove rapidly
Upon a dreary side hill, where to the
left a suep precipice extended almost
perpendicularly downward, and a flr
clothed slope seemed to reach upward to
the right, Old Whitefoot stoptied sudden.
ly. Thomas Trott caught up hi whip
wit II energy.
"Thut's the second time you've done
It, old fellow I" cried he. "You shied
just so when we came by before."
But all in vain the whip descended.
Whitefoot stood with bristling mane, dis
tended nostrils and four feet firmly im
planted in the snow, obstinately refusing
"I deelnrc," cried the farmer, scratch'
ing his puiszled head, "if I was a lullever
in such things, I should a'uiost think
hitufoot suw a ghost
At that moment there cuute a brief
lull In the storm and tempest, and as
farmer Trott snt there he heard a groan
"It ain't the old pine tree creaking
said he, "nor yet it ain't thu wind. It's
And straining his eyes through the
snow Illuminated darkness he saw
figure crouched hi a crevice of rock half
way down the steep precipice, clinging
to a cluster or stunted savin bushes.
"Help!" It cried feebly. "Help! help!"
"Bless me!" said Farmer Trott, "it's
And so It was. Plodding lionimvard
from his errand, his foot had slipjied in
the storm and darkness, and fulling liulf
way down tho hill, ho had broken his
leg and badly bruised himself, only es
caping from a still mora disastrous fate
by holding desp-Tutely to the suviu root.
"I don't know what I should have
done if you had not heard my voice,"
said ho, "I could not have held on
"And you may thank old Whitefoot
for that, sh id Mr. Trott, ns he heljied
Isaiah Into the sleigh. "He'd a-stonped
on the way down it I would have let
So Isaiah Blackburn reached the old
farm house safely at lost, where Debby
and her mother were anxiouely sitting
up, and told his Into.
Mrs. Trott burst into tear.
Isainh," suid she, "I spoke evil of
you, and I'm sorry for it."
And Deborahs blue, teur wet eve
spoke nil that was needed on tier part,
ineywere married in the enrlv spring.
and Isaiah rented half of tho Trott farm.
and lives in the wing of the old house, a
select tenement of throe rooms, with his
blue eyed wife.
'I do believe. Debby,", soys her moth
er, "you v got the best husband in th
And Debby, playfully parodying her
"Didn't I tell you so?"- Amy Randolph
in New York Ledger,
CuminerrlMl Traveler ve. Lawyer.
A wide n'.vuko commercial tntvelet
generally got.t the butter of an adversary,
even if tho hitter c'.iauce to boa lawyer,
A caae in fH.iiit is tiuit of Leon Weill,
ofNewiork city, whoso wife brought
suit fur alimony and won. Thu drum
mer promptly nmdu up tho quarrel and
resumed relations with Mrs. Weill, but
declined to pay hor attorney hi foe,
The latter began an action recently,
which resulted disastrously for him
Judge Andrews saying in his decision:
"Tho husband and wife both swear
that tho alimony ha been paid, ami bo
side 1 am tn t referred to any case in
which it has lieon hold that un attorney
ha a lien uinn the alimony awarded to
the wife by a final judgment ronuerod
in her favor in nn action for a separation.
The costs cannot bo collected by a pro
ceeding to punish for contempt.
They llnv Little to Live For,
The illustration presented herewith
give an Idea of the remarkable condi
tions under which existence is endured
in certain portion of England, "In
thi old rotten van," write tho taker of
A VAN AND ITS OOCl'PANTS,
the phptntrritph front whioh the picture
ia reproduced, "whioh I saw near Rugby
a fortnight ago, 8 feet 4 inches by S foot
8 inches by 0 foot 8 inohos, there were
one man, ono woman and eight boy and
girl from four to sixteen year old. It
waa their only home, and all were In a
moat pitiable state, and not one of them
oould tell a letter, except the mother,
who oould rood fairly well."
It is said that 60,000 people in tho
British Island have no other homo than
these house on wheel, and a general
demand is being made Tor the passage
by parliament of a movable dwelling
bill, under the provisions of whioh the
snfforing of the unfortunate may be
In aome ineaaur alleviated.
Congressman Iluyne, of Ponnsylvanla,
said to lie tlio beat horaibuok rider in Wash'
Ernest Henim, the French philosopher, in
dulgea la a hobby of not riding in vehicle, of
any kind, preferring to walk, although hla
beulla Is feuhlo, und a aloul cuuo is nevmoiary
to support nun.
The new Duke of Arista Is a tall, liiinilnoms
young innii with a fortune of 11,000,000.
tho event of tiie death of the erowu prince,
who la in poor health, tho duke would bs-
coine the lielr to tlio llullau throne.
Francisco Bunches is probably the moat
famous matador in tlio world. Hia Invaria
ble price for a bull light is lo,ooo, wlileh
goes to show Unit a star bull tighter canooai'
iimnil nun's pay than a prima douua.
Whenever Williiiiu E. Gladstone catch.
cold he Ht once goes to bed. This has bum
hia rule for fifteen year. It is an intereatii
fact not generally known that he wrote hl
uliH'tiou address announcing tbo dissolution
of parliament In 1W74 hi bed.
The aureus of Sen lap irelll, the Italian as
tronomer whose discoveries are rocordtil from
time to time, is largely attributable) to the
keenness of his vision, which is so keen that
uo can see it iota ou a planet wheu other as
tronomers ae ouly a blank aurfaoo,
Tamangn, the great tenor, waa a baggage
porter be ore bla remarkable powers of voioe
were revealed. He does not favor hla former
craft, however, when h ia on his travels.
a porter demands what be regards as too
much for carrying his trunk he culmly boul
ders It blimelf wltb all hla old time skill.
John MrKeogh, the ex-soldier who waa ao-
cuatomed to stand guurd over the Dunsnde
monument la l'roviduuoe, K. I,, with a drawn
saber, saying uvsry now and then: "I fol
lowed you at Kowberne and I will not desert
you now," was killed hv a railroad train
osntly. He was perfectly sum) with the ex
ception ot tbls eccentricity.
Mr. Laturtue has been appointed milliliter
plenipotentiary of the Ilaytian republlo to
tba court of Ht. James, lie 1. a full blooded
negro, who has long boon known in oonneo
uon with tho political alfuirs of bis natlv
Inland. This is the flrat time that Great
llrluiln Inn counted a man of color among
the resident diulouiatlo corns accredited to
Many new basques are edged with welting
Buttons are slowly but surely returniug to
Thero seems to be a dnvoloiilng fancy for
rolling linen oollaru edged with luce.
Suede gloves In old rime shadi are worn at
the thuitro mid upon other druasy occasions.
Some nf the haiiilsome.t woolen gowns have
square yokes of velvet und velvet uiuttou leg
Iron grenadine are revived this spring, and
may tw bud plain or with albirimtiug ilripet
Gray uml black stripped gloria will bs a
favorite material for summer traveling gowns
Riding boou, hi tail sueilo or patent leather
are exccpiloiiiilly well cut und extremely
The deep pointed lace, a revived feature of
the Stuart day still continues tbo fashion
Lawn, nf white ground with wide block
strisjs, edged with nwu luce patterns, arc
niuuo tor mourning weiu.
The silver girdle Introduced by Dernhnrdt
in "Theodora" are now utilised to loop the
luce rrout ot tiie ten gowu.
Mixture of hlnck and gold In nets and
laces are likely to be impulur the coming
summer; alisi Mlver or gold embroidery, with
white net, lt.-d net Is also wrought with
Demi-seaiion billets are in belire and ottor
vol vet, nud walking dresses are In woolen
material, trimmed with black hruid; the
cloth Jacket went with the dross fits the fig
ure, and the baaquus buve buttons.
Huts era In Chnntllly Isce ami jet, with
lace bnw, bunch of roses la front uml gorlaml
of niayoHitla; ulso In block loco, lined with
rose faille, with Imw of ruse velvet ribbon
under the hair. Town hats are In hlnck vel
vet, having wide border and black feathers.
THE LATEST IN SILVERWEAR.
A decided novelty Is a spoon representing
tbe upier shell of an oyster.
Somewhat odd Is a bonhonnlrru formed by
the iart ut a sliver cucounul shell.
Irregular dents in the aides of a satin fin
lahed shaving mug glvu It an odd effect.
A unions stump laix charm has tho fuo-
lllulle of a Mlal cord etched on tho front.
Two dogs' bKad tugging at a gnrm t set
ting Is conspicuous anions silver ring novel
ties. A pretty conceit for a ladv la a hi'mNnlieri-
cal silvor pun-s representing the liulf of an
orange. The top is covered with blue silk.
Th claw of a chicken, apparently thrust
through a circular piece of iuicr ami holding
a poluliKl siHiknt, forma a candlestick, which
attracts much attention.
A magnificent silver tea service hna seta of
four fluted liar, running diagonally th rough
heavy nuucliea of wild rows, worked in
Kiusseon the body of the iil'ticlc. Plain,
polished bumls surmount tbe Unwcrs.
Ono of the handsomest silver trl pi lento mlr
roraof recent make la ornamented at the sides
with gilt figures and tropical ferns. At the
top ia the heuil of the god Pan, on each side
nf which ruplila are offering the plMs which
this god ia represented as playing. Ou the
front cover of the mirror a young girl's head
Is etched with black silken hair extending to
tn bsssor tueoruuiueut. Juwelui.' Weekly,
Rider Haggard, the fumous novelist, has
been offered il.Otsl a week for a forty weeks'
lecture tour iu the United States.
Tbs oldest journalist 111 America ia believed
to bs Oraii Ki'l let t, of Sandusky, O,, who is
hale and vigorous ut the age of W.
Emlle Zolrt ha cleared (100.000 from "Nv
na," first Issued hi a uewsaier in left). It
has been traiislati-d in every Uumpcan lan
guage. Ivun J'anlu, the Russian lecturer, regards
the three kings of literature as Tolstoi, Car
ly le and Emerson, ranking them In the order
Eugonn Field derives tlio Inspiration for
much of his delicious humor from a fan
tastically carved French briar pi;ie that for
merly belonged to Thackeray, the novelist,
and which afterward pamil Into the hands
of Mark lyClnon, of Punch, who presented it
to tbo Chicago wlu
Chnrlns Dickens, the vouuger, wears specta
cles, Is getting buhl nml works ns hard as any
other literary laborer in Loudon, He has a
oonsidorsble mustaehu, and In addition to
milting A II tho Year Round, which was es
tablished by his father, contributes largely to
other pel iodicals und makes it uty.
A lately In Teaos WrlleHi
Mv enacts of long sttinding; hns baf
fled ninnv iihvsicinns: have tried everv
remedy I could hear of, hut Bnidfield's
l'cinnlc Regulator is nil tiuit relieved mc.
Write llrndlicld Regulator Company,
Atlnntn, On., for particulars, lly all
Important Tax Notice.
AH persons who have not paid their taxes
for 1HNU, and who do hot desire their prop
erty advertised for anme, run avoid this
trouble and eiprnac tiy coming In and net
tling before May 1, INtio.
N. A, KKYNOI.D8,
apratdOt City Tax Collector.
One hundred and twenty walnut tree
standing iu tho forest Hour Delphi, Ind., were
sow lately or iu,uou.
Just (I a seal la the sum tho government
will receive for each one taken In Aluskun
waters during the next twenty years.
Thu use of saccharine In Franco has been
restricted, us its antiseptic nature, when used
111 large quautlliiw, retards digestion, neutral'
uing the gastric juice.
It Is ri'iHirtcd from Jiqiuu that a druggist
of Iliknu lias succeeded in couvortliiff wild
houip Into u substance K)ssessiiig ull of the
esscllul qualities ut silk.
Michigan university hna seventi-en gradU'
ates in congress the largest nunilior of any
institution of learning hi America, Harvard
has sixteen and 1 ule cloven.
Paris cab drivers, driven to despair by the
increasing popularity of the omnibuses, have
established a new rate uf one cent a minute
fare fur short distuuee riders.
What Is known as the naval orange Is said
by dealer tu bo now the queen of tills sort of
fruit. Tho lwst growth oomea from southern
California, where the raising uf this particu
lar orange has tiecome recently a erase.
A hunipliacked man In Chicago makes a
living by selling tho time ot day. He has a
chronometer w hich is warranted to keep the
correct time. He covers a oertuin district
each week, and receives ten cents a visit,
A real crown of pur gold studded with a
thousand diamonds ami valued at (37,600
to bs put up at auction at Sliigare, It
formally Monged to tho Malay sultana, and
is being sold by th estate of the lute sultan
St. Puncras, of the Midland rail way In Lon
don, Is the largest passenger station In the
world. Tho Central station at Amsterdam is
said to he the lluest hi Europe, if not In the
world, and it enjoys at the same tiu.0 au un
Tho newojt freak of Paris fashion Is a look
ing glas. stand for the menu, ao thut tho ladles
can see how they look at the bible. Tbe
Princes of Moiiuco has Just aeoured four
duzeu of them in reiiiao silver ot exquisite
workmanship. 7 he fashion comes from Rus
The dally rations of a pair of ostriches on
the rallbrisik fiii-iu hi Suu DIcku county.
Col , are forty isiuudsof Iwols for breakfast
and for dinner u gallon or two of grain. For
lessen tlio birds are given bfta of bono. Oall
uaiuutou, (no pride of the farm. Is D years
uiu ana stands v cot a Inches high.
Tho nuiuls-r of gondoliers at Venice hoi
been much diminished since the liiinsluction
of steam launches iu tho canals which form
its thoroughfare. The fuw gondoliers left hi
service, however, are not complaining, as
they receive Isitter wages through lack of
oomisitition la their own siwcini lino, and
their sculling Is much iu duiuund by visitors.
SOME. SENATORS' LUNCHEONS.
Senator Morrill, the oldest tneinlier of the
senate, eats hrcud mid milk or pie and milk.
Senator Frye drinks a dih of tea with the
sandwich which constitutes hi regular
Senator Aldrlch seldom takes auvthlng
heavier than bread und milk ur bread and
cream for luncheon.
Senator Pliituh is liberal with himself, tie
eats a sirloin steak, a dialing dish stew, or a
piece or cold roust tiee.
Senator Shermnn comes into the restau
rant duny for u slice of pie uml a glass of
milk, lie never eat more.
Senator Runsnin seldom tuton nnvthing
more substantial than nslh-e of bread or s
cracker with a glusslul of milk to wash it
Senator Iugnlls' luncheon Is iistiully of raw
oysters, and he euts them at'itidiug at the
oyster counter In the outor restaurant of the
Senator Edmunds, in spite of his 73 years.
eats broiled oysters, cold corned beef, or a
dinting disli stew witli the impunity of a man
Senator Hiscock Is a careful enter. He It
seldom seen iu tiie restaurant. When there,
he is ummlly discussing a twenty cent bowl uf
broad and milk.
Seuntor Iiuvls varies hia luncheon every
lay. no eai atenuieil oysters, colu roast
tieef, cold ham, pigs' feet, or a dish of con
somme soup, as the fancy atrikea hlin.
Senator Vest, who enjoys a good dinner
nmong btsm coinniiiniis, and who bos sat
town to many of tliem, has a fancy at lunch
eon for a slice oil a loin of cold roust beef,
rolled and buttered nud nerved piping hot.
Senntor Coekrell, who d'-s his own mar
etlug every morning, and who makes hla
.,imii salary cover all the exis-uiie. of a large
fnuilly, discusses very simple faro. Ill-cud and
milk is as heavy a luncheon us be cmvs to eat.
Senntor Hoar, of Massachusetts, is a sub-
stnntinl fi-cdcr. Terrapin Is one of hi favor
ites illhlio, and he i fond of a dialing dish
stew. He eats a hearty meal every ufteruisiu,
ml always rounds it oft with a lis) cheeked
apple, w hich he carries with him to the sen
ate chamber. nshingtoii Post.
THE LEGENDS OF GEMS.
January. Oarnet Constancy and fidelity
in every engagement.
February, Amethyst Preventive against
March, Ulos!ton Courage, wisdom and
limine, in uUcctlou.
April, Sapphire Free from enchantment:
May, Emerald Discovers falsa friends and
Insure true lav.
June, Agate Insure lung life, houltb and
July, Ruby Discovers poison; correct
vlls resulting from uuslukou friendship.
August, Sardonyx Insure conjugal felic
Peptemlssr, Chrysolite Free from vll
passion nud sadness of the mind.
Ocbiher, Opal Denote hoira and sharp
ens the sight and faith of tho possessor.
NoveinlsT, Toims-Fldellty aud frlsnd-
ship; prevent hail dj-euuis.
DiHvmlsir, Turquoise IVosiwrlty In lovs.
USEFUL INDUSTRIAL FACTS.
Eleven pounds of nails will lay 1,000 laths,
Olaxlng solder Is equal parts block tin and
Plumbing solder la one part block tin and
two parts lend.
One thousand laths will cover 70 square
yards of aurlaco.
Fins solder la au alloy uf two part block
till and one purl lead.
One thousand shingles laid four Inches to
the wouilur will cover 10U square feet of sur
face. On hundred cubic feet of wall require
cord uf stone, thru buckets of lime and a
ublc yard of sand. Journal of Education.
Col. A. M. WudclcllV
COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES
With notices of the I'rcnch and Indian War
In the Southern colonics ; the resistance of
the Htnnip Act In North Cnrollnn (with cop
lea of original documenta never before pub-
llahrd: the Hcgulatora' War, etc, l'orsalehy
J. N. MOKOAM t CO.
Both tlio mutliod ami results when
Syrup of Figs is taken: it is lileasnnt
und refrcHliiiifr to the taste, anil acU
ently yet promptly nn the Kidneys,
Oliver mid -lioweU, cleanses tlio sys
tem ellbctutillv. dispels colds, head
aches mid fevers nml cures habitual
uoiistipntion. Hyrtip of Figs is the
inly remedy oi its kind ever pro
duced, pleiisitiL' to the tuste and ac
ceptable to I lie sloinnch, prompt in
its action mid truly lienelicinl in it
eflects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, il
many excellent (pialities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of FiL'S is for sale in 50c
and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any relinlilo druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFCMIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
SAH FIIAH0ISC0. CHI.
toummit. hi. nr roRK. n.y.
A Superior, Wholesome Beverage,
Unequalled for the Nerves.
JCi.VO OF COCOAS-
-UOi JL COCOA FACTORY.
Kings are but men, but all
men are not kings. Therefore,
when the King of Holland
says, as he did by deed of
August ia, 1889, that he is
I 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 inch a
Avnid tltevll fiWtanf tM and eoff, and
uMuutmtjiittly Van IIuuicn's) i.ttoi. M
X tf."p- S'.Vr..
1 tc:zt. lly Meals.
I take My Rest.
I v VI,.
I :t v. 1
mors KM" 1. II To l.tKK
tN I V MV IIANMS ON ;
J M't'tiitr 1 .it Ih, Fug Scott's
I tir.ui'iion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
1 a ;J ..ypu( lioiphilesof Limeand
'.1 "IV i:t t-tl' MV llfit.
, n-.-'f ( .tiv,iiiliii nt r in n.r
I Ml. I t . AMI Is M'W I t I I IMI
! FLCSM CN MY BCNES
r -llllt RAT OK A I'oI'MI A iV. I
I K1. II Jt'sl A K.Asll.V AS I ll MII.K."
'V II 'ItMttl V IS NiillllMi kkw.
sl'el TJ I'Ml lsloN' IS llnlNO UOMihkS
I- ill v. Talk m hiiiik.
nnvl It ilA: w 1 v ttlthitaat
Street Car Schedule.
Itcgluniiig nt 7 a. in Ittidlng 10.011 p.
Car U-nvca aipiare for all points on the
hour, int.! twenty nud forty minutes tlurc-
eVhfdulc rnra connect nt Hqunre.
Trnin enr nnd bngnagc car meet rvcrv
truin. Due valise allowed each passenger.
llnggngc trnnsfcrrcd from nil fMiiuis in the
city lor go cents.
Til It ASItttVll.l.lt HTMKKT HV, I'll.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To the t'ltlKcim of Aithcvdlt nntl vtdnltv I
wttulil iiMiioumr thut nt my uliunn onCollt'Ur
itrtt't. next 1 WntnllMiry ' tttnltleii, I nm tn t
trr ireMirtl thrill ever tn tin wurk in myltnr.
WttKtm, lUiKultfi nml CnrrltitfrN ntntiulnet
tmtl. Kfimirlnu nntl lnrlnelnit nrc ite
I'lriltlcn, nml iierlti-t untlotnellun ifmininteetl.
My workmen nre exiHTieneeti iinti hiinuiunti
my eh it r in nre tiioilerntc-
novUMn n HrKNHTTK,
An nellvc nwin for nieli wet Inn. Knliirv 7fl
tt 9110, to loiiilly rt-im-oenl n ftneitpnuit N.
V. Cmntifittv Inetiriiiiintftl to miltlilv lirv
(;ooIn, ClollilitH Hlinrf. .h wilry, ete., toenn
utitnerit nt vnni. Alo tt I.mlv f tiu-t. MiLiry
10 enroll niiiulHTu (-o.immi now enntllt-d
Mini iRltMi.txhi iiiilil In I KelVrrnee ext-ltnnir-
etl. Hmnlre C't tK'rnlvr AKHfttulfitloii, (ere ti
lt well rit(til) l.uik Htm tlio, N. Y.
JnnUH m v Tu,
ltditor Ashcvllle Clllscn:
That our many friends mny know how we
are getting on wc will state that wc took la
in Hotel ami Mtorc
99,000 lii "lvc Weeks.
Took In Inst Snlurilny over 7)0. (78 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis.
tend an that day. Had 0,000 arrivals In
II month.. Our nt. ck le mammoth 800 feet
long and IB flit wide. Tell the balance ol
the world to come and sec "old Chcd" amlle,
nnd buy gooda of us und save 10 to 80 per
novlfldtf . R. CIIHIlltSTHH Ar SO
NKW llltlil), rarrllilly prepared by lead
Inir memlsrs of the Ashcvllle bar Ion
Aneet iiarchtnrnt and heavy Hat paper), eov
crlng all nveensary points, Just out and now
on .me at the omec nr the iitiskk t-usueH
ma Co.. Nn, North Court aqaarr, anlet
1 sfe, & i'J
Kl st i l l
lly virtue of authority veated In Oencvleve
K. Lonioit by a ccrtuln deed in trust executed
llV T. 1. VttllLlilder uml wile. H. A. Vn,ii:ilH..r
dated the li-Uh duy of June, A, 11. 1HM7, and
rcKisteri-d In the Kcgiaur'autticvof Uuncombe
county in Hook 10, puge 87; and by virtue
ol authority vi-su-d in W. W. Ulimuid by a
certain deed from suid T. I. Vaaclilderand hia
said wile dated Oct. 14, 1K.H7, und registered
ill sunt Kcgistcr's oltice in llook Uu, pukc4'.ih,
loKcthcr with a dcclurutlon of trust of the
said VY. W. llntnard declared therein dated
October U7, lt)77, und registered in said olln-c
in llook 1 1 ot niortgugcs aud deeds in trust
ut pugc 4 j uud by u certain other deed from
the Mind T. 1. Vancillder and his auifl wll'i. tn
suid W. W. llurnurd dated October UU,
1HM7, und registered in suid office in llook
uo, page sou, together with a declaration of
trust uiude thereon by the said W, W. llurn
urd uatvd tbe 1-Ub duy ot October, A. D.
1MS7. uud registered in said office in llook 11
ul mortuuues uud deeds ol trust, uuue 417:
und by virtue of aulhurity vested in J. A.
Conuut by u ccrtulll deed in trust executed by
the suid 1 . 1. Vanuiluer uud hi. suid wile,
dated the Hccond day ol November, 1HH7,
uud ri'Kislcrcd in said office in Hook of tnort
guues and ilcetls iu trust Nu. 11, puge 470,
us wed us by virtue ot any uulhority he may
have by reason ui the deed ill trust liiatubove
mentioned, tlhceuid 1. 1, Vuiiclilder und wile
navuiu luilcu 10 iiuv the niouic ui-cured ov
cuch end every ol suid deeds in trust and
deed uud dcclurutions uf trust thereon ac
coriling to tncir severul piovision, uud the
sum irusicc unvinK ngreeu among tnem-
sclvce 11 to lUu urioliLIC. ul' tile various
dchts secured und us to tile pruiicr division
ol the procx-eoa of tile Bale of the
minis ncreiuulter deacribed), the aaid Gene,
view H. cuiiunl und the suid W. W. llurnurd
und the suid J. A. Coiiunt, trustee, in said
deeds 111 trust und deeds uud dt-clurutiona of
trust thereon, will sc-il at public uuctlon for
cui-h ut tiie court house door in the city of
Ashcvllle ut 1 'J o'ciuck in. un the ai.t day of
May, A. 1). llsuo, u cvrluiu piece or puree! of
luud in the city ol Asheville, county of bun.
cuuilie una tlulc ut Nurlh Curuliua. on the
south side ut Cullcuc street, und on the west
side ut 1 uvidsuu street, includnm the elcuunt
urick resilience now occupied by said T. 1.
VtlllOilUer. uud Hie aluliie and st-vers mHIh.
ceiil lot Imek ot it, buunded ua follow: On
the nurth l.y CuIIikc street, un the cuat by
liuvidsou street, uu the suulh by liuglcatrect
.Old oil the west by the jull lut und the A. T.
Lluvillsun lot. nuw I'uck'B. At the same time
1111U plucc the suid W. W. llurnurd will aell at
liuoiic uuciiou iur cusn a luige lut ol house
Uold and kitchen furniture under the author
nv ul tiie ilccd iruiu suid Vantiilder and wife
to LturniirU lirst uud ubove niviitioned and
tile declaration ul trust made thereun a.
uluiesuid. Murch X'J. IhUO.
OUNkViUVU K.CIINANT. Truatcc.
J. A. CONA.NT, 'lru.tce.
W. W. 11AKNAKI), Truatre.
Tllli LAKOliSl AND UhsT bUl'll'l-UL) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORltk
II. C. Vi oltcrcck & Co.
CHNKI LTINU CIIKMIRT AND MINING KNUINKKR.
Anal(H' of MetnlK, Oren, Coal or Coke, Min
eral VVuterv, J'ertiliicni. etc.
l'KICH IJST ON AI'I'I.ICATION.
Mining prtK-rty invctttlKated, dcvcloKdt
buuKltt ami hoIiI.
Kjimpk-K eitn lie Mnt hy mnll nr rvprnt. If
went by exirem, ehurKeti mum Itc preuaUd.
AKi-nu wunutl in every oluec.
IH. If C. WOLTCHRCK,
novA iltSiwl r Manager.
W. D. ROWE,
n it a Lata IN
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
All kinds orMonu
men in. Tombstone,
uml Vases made to
order In tbe latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Yard At Buncombe
Hy virtue ol a deed of trust executed to me
nn Uie 1,'Ut tltiy of AuKust. Ihmi, by J, A.
hruiunuiml nntl l;orn 1.. Iimmmund, his
wllr, to sveure the tuiymrnt of the sum of
Kiiyht thmdred und Sewntv-Heven tHdlnm
nnd Thirty-Three Cents, U'ltriniiinterrHt at H
liereeiit. troin suid dnte, 1 will offer for sale
to the h ik lust bidUt-r Ibr eush, at the court
htme dour in the city of Asheville, on the
lmhdnvof May, Ihuo, a certain pieee or
pit reel til land, sttunte on Valley street in the
city of Atiheville, pnrticulnrly descriletl in
siimI tired til tniNt, n-icsterrd in the KcjtisUr'a
(Jlliec iu Uuok H nml n p ie 41A.
isUML'NU It. NUKVBLI,.
nprft d.iod Trustee.
bottom. If thai dralpr cannot supply jrou
end diraot W Caolory, aiwhtalna Msnlaa4
W. Lr DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CINTLKMIN.
rins rsir, Heavy s.aaa uraia SUM i
it In Ihe world. Fismlna III
,t0 and 1.71 MOVM
An iiistls la Oonsrsss. Bi
dai.jfi itovrV mihml uoi
1.7 smm for Ml tea.
lleat Material. Ilrst Nirl. (at rtttlaa,
W. i, bXclaa, Bnektasw Haas. aWASf
HERRING & WEAVER.
TO WEAK UGH
anftwrlng from th. aftaets of yenllif.1 m iwa. sssi.
oseay, waatliut vraak asa lost aiaaaao. Ms, IwlU
Sand a valuable traaUM laMlMtl aonlalnlag fan
sartlnilara far bom. ear. aTRHof hs
spUndlil saadloal work ahouldb. ra4 a
auut woe Is sias.eue ami SMSUteaa.
rtrsjt. V. C roTTUEat,
ov( daiw If
fff nIIT rilfli