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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1800.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1875 a aors appeared on my nose, and
grew rapidly. Aa my father had cancer,
and my huaband died of it. 1 became alarm
ed, and coiibulled my phyaloian. Ilia treat
ment did no good, and the sore grew laritci
i i.'l worms In every wny,iiDtil Ihndconcluil
" i Unit I waa to die from iu effects. 1 waa
l v- uiiled to take a. H. S., and a fuw bottle,
cureil mo. TIiib wiih after all the doctor and
othor niedioinea had failed. I have bad no
return of the eanccr.
MRS. M. T. MABBN.
Woodbury, Hall County, Texaa.
Treatlae on Cancer mailed free.
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Pllllnu; with silver ur nmulffnm....rnc loTr.e.
" " tfold $l,t( mid upward.
8et of teeth 911.011.
Best act or teeth $H,UO.
No I tetter made, no matter whnt you pay.
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JJAVIPSON, MARTIN ttt JUNKS,
Attorneys und Counsellors at Law,
Asheville. N. C. .
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Western District of North Curoliua.
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Bear by. A good rock man ran yet n bar
sraln. NATT ATKINSON & SON,
JTLANTIC COAST LIN8
On and aflrr thla date the follnwlnn eehed
ulrs will be run over its"Coluiriu.allvls.on."
No, 58 lyes res Columbia A. HO p. m
Arrives atChnrleston 0.80 p, m,
No, 09 LeaYes Charleston 7 10 a.m.
Arrives atColumhln 11 nn a. m,
Conneetlnc with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia At Au
guitta and Columbia & Greenville Kail roads.
"''T. M. BMBRHOV, Geo. Pate. Aft.
; J. P. DHV1NB, Geo. tttp
The swooteat nota among the human hoart
Btrlngs Are dull with rust;
The sweetest chords, adjusted by the angels,
Aro clogged with dual.
We pipe and pifie again for dreary muslo
Upon ttie seir samu struius,
While Bounds of crime and fear and d notation,
Come back aain lu Biul rufmitia.
0d through the world wo go, an army marching,
With listtniit(r pars,
Bach longing, Highlng for the heavenly oiiibIc
Ho niver Iiwvb;
Each longing, sighing for a word of comfort,
A word of Umdur pruiws
A word of love, to choer tho endleHS Journey
Of earth's hurd, busy duys.
Thoy love us, and wo know It; this suffices
For ruoHoifs share.
Why should thoy pause to give ttiat love expres
sion With gontlocarof
Why should tliey jiausur Ltut still our heartu are
With all the gnawing pain
Of hungry lovo that longs to hwir tho music,
And longs and longs in vaiu.
Wo love them, and we know It; If we falter,
With fingers numb,
Among the unusiHl strings of love's expression,
Tho notes aro dumb.
We shrink within oitrxttlveti. In volcelosa sorrow,
Uvivlng the words uiiHiiiil,
AniL side by sido with thonu wo lovo tho dearest,
Iu silence on wo tread.
Thus on wm tread, and thus each In slluuco
Its fute fulfills.
Waiting and hoping for the heavnnly muslo
Beyond tho distcuit hills.
The only dlnVrenco of tlio lovo in heaven
From lovo on earth below,
1st Ilero wo love und know not how to tell tt
Aud there we all shull know.
Coutuauco F. W oolson.
It was In tlio yt'nr 1800, wliilo I was
Btnying a few iluys in n Missouri villngo,
tlmt I first saw Gluut Jack. lwnsxcaUHl
on the piazza of tlic only liottl thnt tlio
place could bonst of, wlieii I saw a large,
handsome man, nccompnnicd liy a wry
pretty woman, piuwinK down the strcvt
lie waa over six fm't In height, witli
broad shoulders, a ditp, full chest,
muscular nnd well formed limbs, glossy,
chesuiut hair, and a huge board of the
same color, which hung nearly to his
waist, llo was about 33 years of age,
and bis companion apKarod to bo nliout
twelve years his junior. Thoy were
seated in n handsome carriage, drawn by
a pair of leauliful. Wooded horses; and
it was evident that they belonged to a
wealthy class of people.
"That 'ere big feller?" said mine host
In reply to my inquiry. "Wy, that's
John Norval. Me 'n' him has alius tie'n
chums ever senco wo wuz boys. When
ther gold fever broke out in '49, wo went
ter Califoniy torgether. It wuz while he
wuz thar that he got ther nirknnmouv
Uiaut Jack an' ther iinino jest tits him;
John is or giant in size, anil his heart is
big in proKirtion tor his body, Er better
feller than John never stood in two
shoes: nn' I, who've known him ever
sencp ho wuz knee high ter er gross
hopKT, ken swar ter it. He owns ther
big grocer)- store thar erenwt ther street,
an' ther dry goods store jest Is'yond this
hotel; and ther big house yer asscd jest
boforo yer entered this village, is his'n.
"Me n' John didn't make our fortin'
diggiu' Califoniy gold, oz somo did,"
continued the landlord. "Arter we'd
lie'n thnrorlsxit five years, wo got kinder
homesick; an', ez we'd made er big
ernough pile ter start us in business here
iu our native village, wo concluded tor
pull out fur homo.
"Hut jest before wo got ready ter start,
thar wuz a now arrival at tho camp or
man named Morton, an' his daughter.
When Ciiaut Jack see ther gal he decided
ter stay erwhile longer, an', uv course,
oz I didn't want ter start fur homo with
out him, I stayed, too. Uinnt Jack had
foil in love n itli Clara Horton, almost at
fust sight, an' I couldn't blamo him fur
it; fur alio nut purtior'n any pictor I
"Horton pretended thnt ho lmd como
ter dig gold, but wo found out after
wards that that wuz only or blind, lie
wuz a professional gniuhler; au before
ha had lie'n at ther camp ten days, he
had fleeced no less'n half or dozen miners.
Such scoundrels wuz very common in
ther California gold regions in them
"Giant Jack disliked Horton from tho
fust, but ho made friends with him so he
could git 'quainted with bis daughter;
an' before Clara Horton bad be n or week
at tho camp, she an' Giant Jock wuz thvr
best uv friends.
"Giant Jack had pitied ther girl on
ther day when ho had fust sion her
when ther sftigo hail brought her an'
her father up from ther city; fur she
seemed or lady, with her quiet ways an'
her wistful eyes, nu' not n tall lilted fur
ther wild, rovin' life, which it wuz plain
her father wuz leadin' her.
"Pity is akin ter lovo, thoy aayj nn'
meubo it wuz ther cause uv Giant Jack's
falliu' In lovo with Clara Horton so sud
den; fer ten days from ther tituo ho bad
fust seen her, ho axed her ter lie his wife.
" 'I liko yer better'u any other man I
ever ace,' she told him, 'mi' I would he
glad tor leavo my father, whom I can
neither love nor respect; but, on her dyln'
bed, my mother mado mo promise never
ter leave my father, without his consent.
Kf he don't object, a n' you aren't ashamed
ter marry er gambler's duughtor, I will
be your wife; but I can't break the
promise I mude tor my dyln' mother.'
"Horton not only objected, but told
Giant Jack ho'd put er bullet through
him ef he caught him haiigin' 'round
arter Clara any more. No one short uv
or uilllionur, lie said, could havo his
"Giant Jack drew his pistol from Ills
belt, thought erwhile, an' then put it
" 'If yer wa'n't Clara's father,' said he,
'I'd lot daylight through yer.'
"Then lie went back ter Clara, nn'
tried ter coax her tor marry him without
her father's consent. Ho told her thnt
her mother wouldn't blamo her, of she
know what er blackleg her father wuz,
an' that It wuz foolish for her ter make
her own llfo miserable, nn' his'n, too,
jest fur ther sak uv keepln' er promise,
I3ut all his argyin didn't do uo good.
Clara, though she cried when he wuz
pleadin' with her, refused ter break her
"fur throe ur four dnys arterwnrds
Giant Jack wont 'round lookin' sullor'n
er mail bull; then one evenin' he got me
an' threo other follera to go up to Hor
" 'Lot's shako,' ho said tor Horton when
we got thar; 'and ter show I've got nothin'
erg'in yer I'll play or game uv keerds
"Horton shook hands with bhn heart
ily, but he looked or littto s'prisod, fur
Giant Jack had alius refused tor play
with hlin before.
'Uv course I'll havo or game with
yor,' said ho, awful chipper; fur he
thought ho'd got or now victim, 'Sot
right down thar,'
"Giant Jack sot down tor ther table,
an' Horton scaled himself opHJslto tor
"Thoy cut fur deal, an' Giant Jack
drew ther highest kecrd.
" 'What's yer game?' ho axed, shufllln'
" 'Seven up,' said Horton, 'Tliat'B ther
mostsip'lar gauio jest now.'
"Ther game wuzsmall at fust, nn' Hor
ton won six out ov titer fust seven.
Then bigger stakes wuz made, an' Giant
Jack won erbout four out ov every live
"When thor young folks, back hero in
olo Missoury, uscter play keerds fur fun,
John Norval useter lio ther Binaries' on'
luckiest one urmongst 'out; un', fur ther
fust time since he'd lie'n at ther camp,
Horton had found his match,
"It wuz or purely scientille. game, each
man boin' too clever fur thor other ter
attempt any chcalin'. lloii-on wuz stead
ily losin', but ho didn't oiler ter give, up
play in'. I've noticed, az er gineral thing,
that ther more er man loses when he's
gambliii', ther more anxious ho is ter
"At last norton rose ter his foot, look
in' palo an' haggard,
'"Ye havo cleaned mo out,' ho suid.
'I've nothin' more ter stake.'
'"Thar's yer daughter,' said Giant
Tack coolly. 'I'll lay half uv thor pile
that I'vo won ter night ng'inst her.'
"Horton glared at him er minute, an'
then sot down ter ther table erg'in.
"Giant Jack dealt ther keerds, an' thor
gnmo commenced, Horton made ther
Jack, an' Giant Jack wuz high, low,
"Thor second heat, Giant Jack went
high, low, jack an' ther game.
" 'I've won,' ho said, quietly,
"Horton jumped ter hid foot an' drew
his pistol; but quick oz or flash Giant
Jack covered him with his own bark in'
" 'Drnp that,' said ho, sternly, 'ur yo'Il
find I keu play at pistols ez well oz at
"Ther pistol dropped from notion's
tremhlin' hand tor thor floor. Ilu knew
that Giant Jack wuz ther best shot in
"Horton glared at Giant Jack fur
'liout half or minute, nil' then he called
Clara front her lilllo room utlher end uv
" 'Take her orway from hero at once,'
ho said ter Giant Jack. 'Shu can't stay
here ter-nigbt; an' I hopo I'll never set
eyes on her erg'in.'
"In or few words, Giant Jack told her
what had liapK'iicd; an' ther look uf
joy that shone iu her eyes told plainer
than words could have done how pleased
she wuz at ther turn crfairs had taken.
Without or word uv farewell tor her
father, ur even er liackward glance, sho
tuk Giant Jack's arm an' ho led her from
thor cabin, lonvin' behind him every
thing else that he hud won from Horton.
"Ve gave up our cabin tor Clara that
night, nu' slept iu thor cabin that be
longed ter ther fellers that went with us
ter Morton's, which wuz rinse toour'n.
"Tho next day wo Clara, Giant Jack
and myself took ther stage fur Frisco;
an'oz sooner wo got thar Giant Jack and
Clara wuz married.''
"And what became of her father?'' I
"I don't know whatever becoino uv
Horton. Wo never heard from him
since that night wo left him erlono in
his cabin at thor Califomy miniu' camp.
Yes, that woman yer see jit now wilh
Giant Jack ur Joi.n Norval. oz he is
known erbout hero is bis wife; an' ho
won her, not with or sword, nor exactly
by courtship. In plain English, ho won
her at the old fashioned game uf 'high,
low,. Jack,'" J. II. bpetiocr iu Chicago
A Dlnguatad Cat.
Iu somo manlier a cat found its way
into a cycloraiua building several days
ago. The man in charge attempted to
chase the trespassing feline through tho
door, but tho cat evidently thought
there was a better way of escaping the
rising teuiH'rof tho irate man. It looked
cautiously about, as if to avoid stopping
on tho prostrate forma of heroes slain iu
tho batllo. Finally its eyes caught sight
of a tree. A projecting limb bung very
low, and here the cat thought to Und a
place of safely. It gave one leap, and,
no doubt, was the moot disguulod cat in
Portland when it learned by sad excri
once that tho trot was on tho canvas. It
picked Itself up and slowly slunk through
tho door, down the stairs and out of the
building. Portland Orcguiiian.
Tha tlmt Lump Chimney.
"Petroleum," saya a correspondent in
Notes and yuerl.-s, "was known, mid
even refilled, long before it was used in
lamps. A Frenchman is said to have
spent years Iu vaiu endeavors to con
struct a lamp In which the new oil would
burn without smoking. Accident helped
him at last. Vexed by failure, ho had
drained his w lno flask n long necked,
thin bottle, liko oil IU ks and set It
down on Iho table so hard us to break
the glass Uilloui. Ho then chanced to
catch it up nnd hold It over tho Hume of
his smoking lump. Tho stuoko ceased,
and ho saw thut what bo sought was
Spanking the Uay.
A lltllo boy saw his grandfather
threshing onts with a flail. It was a cu
rious sight to him. Ho wont into the
house. Ills grandmother said to lihui
"Whore Is your grandfather?"
Johnny replied i "Oh, lie's out In Iho
barn spanking liny." Syracuse Her j Id.
A l-'Ninnua tmtut's Nurva
Diodlcr, tho famous Montana srouV
was us intrepid as ho was fertile of re
source in danger, line tiino lit Miles
Oily hociiniw out of tho door to llnd
himself within twenty Indies of tl.e
muzzlo of u 44 calibre revolver in the
huuds of a noted desperado on who.,0
tin II the tlepuly niarahul bad uf times
'Tin goln' to blow tho iiinnrda out
of your skull, you vigiluuto liouutl,"
quoth tlio bud man,
"Not with tlmt thing," anid "X"
(tlio Seoul's pseudonym), in a conversa
tional but seini querelous tono. "It
Tho hud man throw up tlio pistol to
sco if Diedlor was right, and made tho
mistake of a lifo which ended right
tuoro. bt. l'uul Pioneer Tress.
Unto tlis man of meaitor worth
U dear men', fulaouie chatter,
Wliilo nutter to tho man of pitrts
Uut utakta hint foul tlio list tor.
Durllngton Frvs rrwa.
Its Took tha Hint,
Mr. OoodtnnitKli I bar so much trnuhla
(rltti the pruminelatlon of my name; It is
preparly pronounced Utmd-nn, you knew,
(the (uliylyl Yos, but It Is Uood-eiiuugli fur
ma. Waal Uliura.
Now JVjvtI AsHnM by a Yery
Given licr Rn:!d Prominence
by Dr. H . rm.inn Atllsr.
In !, I'm' f'liMraw Tlmt LoUinmr Is
Uiiii 1 'ie chut'iteterlHtloa An Ktpo-
Mil ' i lie M.-tilrns Nhtvo Trillin Creates
it -"! I'.,. In Kniiltuiil Wlty Kuiiii Was
Itewt.. -l-'n-eluril Nnlos.
Lonii":'. p il 10.- The doclnrntlnn hy
Dr. It :'.nuu .fuller on tho critical
question now agii.i. I.ig English Judaism
has serv.-1 lofci.'e il ml increased prominence.-
T)r, Adler has apparently no
grout sympathy with tho desire for a
system i f popnlav control "f 'I'epieseiits
tivH bo ii'd.; ' or lo 1 synagogue cum
mittees. in lu'i fereni (n Ihe jurisdiction
of the chief rabbi, and does not accept
the idea t 'HI Ihe alleged indiirereiilism
is priiioi'i'llv lne to tin lack of sym
pathy be ween worshipiiers and the es
He, indeed, rejects the chnrgo that
lethargy i- a characteristic of Anglo
Judai -iii. I' - h lints to the evidences of
activity which eiit on all sides, and
mint," the iying of a highly cultured
German .lew respecting "tho fervor of
the Kugli.-h Jews for chiivilalile works
and their en-oil." "Uo not," he mlds,
"delude your- -If with the thought licit
a. more eh ing:' of ritual can rouse Ihe
sluggish nnd work a religious revival;
do not crave for violent or drastic
Yet the iloe'or is not quits satisfied
with Iho syii:- ;ogno rvieo as now per
formed, and tin agitation is gathering
influence. A petition, just presented to
Iho council of Iho united synagogue, In
favor of reform reveal i l hat the move
ment has a very largo following. There
Is no doubt that the present is a singu
larly critical moment in the history of
Ihvi Truffle In Minima.
London, Atn il So. A genuine sensa
tion has Uvn created in England by the
pxtknttro of the Madras slavo trade,
briefly mentioned iu a tormcr dispatch.
It npl-ars that in that llt itish province
of India, which has for ninny years been
under diiis t llritish administration, a
traftic in gills has Ix-eii carried on as
outrngei.itsly us in ('oiistaniiuople, and
with just about the same amount of
seonn-y. In 'his way native harems
havo Ih-cii nii'i'lieil: nnd it is said that
even EuroHM-i, high in place, have not
been Ktiililcvi in ci.iinuctioii wiih the
The arrest nnd sontonce of one of the
slave-deiders to a term 'of imprisonment
is roganliHl io a w-rv ininleiiiato iH-ititlty
for his eriui". nnd il is snggi-totl that
Iho traflic will s'ill ! pursued, tint with
greater onntinii ih:m hereioforo. The
iiiithnrilii iu India are not di.-isned to
interfeij-any inmo thun they can heln
wilh the ells-. mis of iho natives, ami
osM ia!ly in ' iew of the sibilily of a
oonfoot -"i'li Uusfia. whoso progress in
Cetitrel A-i i is can- ing v'iiewed ulixiety,
Isith in F.i.ghtail and India,
C'niloe tti the lt.'MCiie nf rtmln.
LoNiKiN. Ai-rtI :Hi. Mitch i-haiiritl is
exhibited iu l.nglaiid over tho o.sisiiro
hy Kiuiti Pa-l a of the Engli-h Kcheme,
projwiiiiuliil to him through Stanley, to
entiiiuer I'gundii mid I'tivorn for the
llriti-h. Ihe plan was elalsirate mid
hrillinut. nnd 'voiihl have i-slablislnsl a
chain of Hi), -h supremacy from the
month of the Congo to the month of the
Nile, for Kiuiii waa to have Ik en aplsiint
ii gi.votnor of the Congo Slate, then to
havo ul"V-e, rgui.tla, I'liyoro ami Die
equatorial proviiui-. and to have turned
over Iho ciiiniuenil countries to the Uiit
Ish East African company.
It would then have ls-cti impossible
for O.-niHiiv or nny other nation to
coins-to with tho Hi it i-h in Africa, It
is not at nil eerliiin that Ihe brilliant
progrnm will not lie carried out, with
Stanley s the dins tor. The great ex
plorer has hciotoiore . hown lit lie Invita
tion in dealing fmcilily wilh the natives,
mid it is not believed that he has yet
achieved the lieighl of his ambition ' in
Net I ntlrrly lti-iiM.lir,-l.
LovrsiN, April :n. The Iliiti-h Eat
Afrii iin cnni "'iv i not etitii. ly r-as-nnsl
by tin- pj.i illc account h which
initio ftoiii (ierm ,:iy iu reward to the
action of Eliiiu 1 -lui. The (ieiinan
eniionir Is a cote idenible shareholiler
in Iho ( lenniiu E:i Afiicau cuniiaiiv.
Ur. Kraiiel, the head of the Inlely
formtsl colonial dijmrlmeut, h.i'.
Iioeii iiiinlo the i.lijwt of marked iin-r-iul
The original credit voted for Herr
'i-.innni! s u.-rpeilittmi hnsls-on iloiibli-il
within the ycM- over which it was sup-i'i-d
to e.deinl, (lellnall intbleni'e nl
.iiiiib'ir is bei'oiuing more and mors
.'iilisiili iable, ami everything a ititn In
level' 'pmcnt ol Herman colonial activ
ity. I ndur these cirnun-lalices the
Hritl-h FjisI Africa ituiny is iliposti
to fil l tlmt the Hritih government
might do more to uivn it iho stimulus of
knowing .hut its nuns sre sympHthi.eil
with, and its 'litteiil intiireiia likely lo
1st carefully safeguarded.
lltiw's l'hl for Trensnnf
I.oNtviN, April Ho, A corn-1" indent
uf The Yimou nils di- overed that nil ail
ilross. whii h wns forwarded lo the for
eign power bv the exiles at Yakolllslt,
hiiiI wbicliwns a Hi til to have contained
Ime-oiicblc lung. ii as regarding Kus
inn goveinnii ntnl l eihisls, whs simply
4 letter ciiiginiiihi:iiig the French re
public ami ei pie ii-. n thw centenary uf
Ilia revolution of I7MI.
rhrnnnieiisl Hull 110111 In Itnltlmare,
'oii.lft-rHhle li.iioiiae linne,
Bai.timhHK, April :0 -Never within
the lueiuoi,. o. iiiali Was such n down
fall of biul expel lelicd III Mils city as on
Sunday iifteriMHiii. Il ciniie from the
west like a rotir of artillery and didn't
last long, but the size of the hail was
phaiioiueiiiil. Tho crystals worn simply
.-hunks of ice larger than hens' eggs,
oinieof them weii.'hlt'i' 11 quarter of
4 tsitiml. No glaseiaiiiy sinick uonhl
wilhstiiiid tin 11. ntnl the damage in this
particular will loot up many thousands
Tho In a soil went wild ami tho car
li'lvors wero tillable lo control llieiu,
The pns-eugeih hii'iimc 1 ui 1 lit- stricken
mil tunny cioiti hi d on the floor praying
for mercy. In Ihe annex walls were
iverlhi'iiwii mi 1 houses titii'isiled. The
Iglial set vice oliel'Ver MllllolllU'eS it the
heaviest btil sloiui uu itx'uid at this sin
Uou. A I.Mriy Iu Trans WrlU-m
Mv cnscls of long si muling: bus liuf
lied 'miinv plivsiciiins! Iinve tried everv
reitii'dv I could hear ol, but llrudlicldV
I'Vmnfc Kcgulntor is nil that relieved inc.
Write llriidliold Kcgulntor Company,
Athinln, tin., for particulars. Uy nil
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Amcii l for Hrenia I'riTk Woolen Mills.
North Mnln Asheville, N. C.
BOSTON BARS BANISHED.
Tha Hult.'. Ilrlnkeia Mill Now lluvs to
tlueni'D Their Tlilrsl ut Beer lii.rilens.
Boston, April Ho. xm boprd of
police of Huston his stiired up the
liquor-dealers hy ordering tho removal
of all public bars, and gave them twenty
days in which to comply with lUs order.
This order ail'eets nil the big hotels, ns
wel ns Iho ordinary grnggeries, u;id
already there is music in the air. Re
fusal to comply with the order will re
sult in a forfeiture of the license, The
law which the board of police is now en
forcing, lins been on the statute book
several yours, but jt has always been a
dead loiter. No effort has ever been
made to enforce it. Tlio Prohiliitionws
have been pulling u few virus thin
winter, und have made so much talk
about the lion-enfori'i'iuuiit of the law
that the Isiard of police have determined
to put the law to the lest.
The liquor interests, iilnrinod at tho
agitation of this question, iiurodnced au
order relative to legalizing sales of liquor
over a liar, but tho coiumiiti'u on the
liquor law roimrtetl adversely upon it,
and the reKirt was sustained in both
branches after a hard tight. Tho victory
for the prohibitionists showed that pub
lic sentiment, represented hy the legisla
tors, was opHi-ed to burs, so tho coining
year will witness the transformation of
Boston rum shops into ideal Is-ir
gardens. Tho enforcement of the law
will entail heavy loss upon such hotels
as Young's, Parkers', the Adams house,
Brunswick, the Yendonio, Victoria,
Thoiinlvko, Trenumt. yuincy and Re
vere, which have ueeu hi led up ut uicut
NEWS IN BRIEF.
A Cnniltin.ntlon uf Iiiterct nu llem.on
Cnngreasimiti Pime is dangerously 111.
Detroit will hustle for the Den'i.Hiutic
National convention of 'if.',
William tiiiilitlis, Hgoil 1.1, was killed by
the em's at Yoiiiigstown, O.
SeVBiit)'-Hit iiimlvei'saryof Odd Fellow
ship was gi-iierally olwrveil Sunday.
The silver problem Isstiil a subject for
caucusing by the i.'ciiui.licaii wmiiors.
t;nsp(irSi'rr, clerk in the postollico nt
Newurk, X. J., tonirased a ,,) dofiilun
tion. John C. Fremont's noin'iiatioii to Ihj
major general. I'. S. A., w , coiilirnitsl by
Geiirgs F. North, nn omrbioor. was so
bnilly itijinvil iu 1, wivt-k 111 llalliesburg.
Miss., tiiut hrilled.
Henry Johnson, h bricklayer of Wlnvl
Ing, was set upou by Iinve strikers und
very seriously injured.
English, Ind., was llisHled by n cloiul-bui-st
early Sal unlay morning, ureal dam
age to iroiorly ludim d'.ne.
l'n'siilimt Harrison's Hist veto Is th it of
a bill "liiotlhori.e (i.iilen, ftuh, to us
aume Incn-iiseil Inilebtediiess."
The survivors of the ill-fated Sultai',1 ru
slding In Fast Tennessee, ,el, I heir an
nual iiieetlim ul Miiyswlle Sunday.
Snllir Siarbiiek, lined 14 years, com
mitted sui.ldu near Vihnlniou. I)., by
ilrownliu herself In a p""l in nnter.
Xuinls'r of railway necideiits in this
country in Muii li HI. in which forty-four
IH-nums niw killed and ut, mjureil. '
New Fniilmiders haw IshikIiI nliout
$I,ui.iim worth of pinjierty the past twu
weeks In tow ns iiroiimi t'liiitlaiiis.u.i.
Twelve indies nf rain ti ll in Texas last
week, swulluiK bnsiks mid rivers, nnd
washlimout bridgok mid railway trni ks.
All Kunipe Is noxiously nwniiiuu May I,
fearful uf the nutcuiue of ihe In Is ir demon
slrnliiiiis. Uioiiug is expected in Austria.
Farmers' Alliiinee of .Mls-oiu-i pi'...,,-e
the erection nf nn tiini.eii-e elev.ii. r, lo
store tlielr wheal until il can Is-sold for
;i a bushel.
Sim. Coy. of fniliminpulU, has reeeiv.-d a
urn ice from "Ke-ju a or-" tlmt bis disrepu
lable resort in the suburbs must be closed
by the Jtli uf May.
While Chirk T.-tlliert. of Cnrthnuo. Ind.,
was hunting. Ids gnu nnsnceiilentallv dls-
chnrgeil the lond entering his side. The
wuiiiiu tuny pme futul.
Sullivan , conditions for Ids buttle wilh
-Ini ksoli arc: The winner will receive Iho
ntlre &0.UU0, and that lie noiv make a
side Is't not excelling CHi,imO nor less than
: 'jo.' urn.
The pn'slileiit, tlrnl nf mob Interference
with I'lillctl htutes olliiers in Florida, tins
direelwl Marshal Weeks Iu uufonu the
law, pmuiMiiu bim the lull .uppoi't ul the
UrMiidt.'iilef Arlliur, of the Brotherhood
f LiKiauotlve J.imii eurs, thiui.s ihe eluat
hour uiou'iueiil a! Id In-m-ii led by irarles
sopariilely und deprecates uny general
moveuieiit sa unw ise.
Alex. Wilson, a white farmer, was
lienten to denth nu the outskirts of l.nuis-
idle by John Huh 1111111. after a dispute
yer a game uf crups. llnwinau received a
liomeruuB cut in thu fneu dtirinu the
At Atlanta tho ceremony nf laying the
'iirnersloiia of nhe Cotiiitlerritp veiernns'
Inline was witnessed bv nn immense cuii-
I'oiirse nf pisiple. Ii, 11. .Iic!.h K. .lobusnu
ami K. Kiiliy Smith Were eiitliuslastically
uiteteil. Hon. ,. (.', Uhit k, of Aiiuiisla,
lellvenil I lie oral loll.
A commit lin from tho municipal rani-
jress of Cincinnati has proem ed Mayor
Mosby with a riiuiuiliuiculiuti suilinj I 'hat
iiulesa be enforces Ihe law governing
lreet nil I mails ur re-l'ns, 1 In, eonuiesa
: III nollfy the city solii nor to iiuiiiilaiiius.
Charges uf iuqiciu linicnt will al-.o be
Agld Arnold, swealthyinnunf Ijiudei k.
Allen county, 11., ns lul.eu suihleuly ill
il the supper table, nnd died w hile being
i-airied swny. Ilia IhhIv swilled to an
linn niiiiis nlit ami liiiiieil black. Ilia
-titmiich la in the chemist's huuds, and hia
wife mill Mrhohia Mi Iiii'IIht nru 111 Jail
itwiiltlhK tha naiilt ol theaiinlyala.
Owing tu an accident rendering the
brakes useless, a ( l.esnpeaki'iihd lihloex
iiesa mailed lulu Siiiiiiitoii.Vu., al t he rule
n eighty mlleaaii hour, crushing Into the
lepol, at H s. in. Moiiilny. A sleeper Iu
which "The l'enrl of I'eklu" compaiiy
wss, turned on lis side. Hue of the com-
iaiiy, Miss Myille Kuolt, was fatally 111-
lurvd, sun niiiither -MI- Kilith hivlor,
had a lotc broken, and several other per-
tona auralelied and bruised.
On tlitnilreit snil Mult tlnr.
In the seiiate the calendar wss taken up.
A joint I'c-ohilloii iiceptliig the buttle
.word nf the late I apt. S. C. Held and pri
srnlliig n ii'iilal lo his sou tailed -Wl to I J.
No ui 11 1 1 in voting It went over
without prejudice by h'liuesl. Several
private hills were pusscil, Ilu biding the
notorious Vt llbur claim, Al 11:10 p. 111. the
In the hinii' I lie li'ulslullvc iipnropristton
Jill was considered ull day nini una Ibio
Col. A. Ma WuclcIcll'H
A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES
With nntkt's of the f'rem'li nml Indian War
In the HonllU'rn eolonlis; the reslstniiiH.' ot
the Htiinip Ael In North Carolina (with cop
lea nf orlulnul ilocunienta never lulore pull-
llnliiil ; the Kiinilnlura' War, rte. I'orsniehy
J. ti. NOKU4IS tk CO.
aprl Uil I w
Doth tlio meilmit tun) resiilis wlicn
Syrup of Fis is taken; it is pleasant
ami n hesliiti'' to tlio tiistu, Mini nets
ttntly yet ironiitly on tlio Kidneys,
uivor tuiil llowuls, clonuses the sys
tem ollcctiiallv, (lisi.els colils, head
aches nini levels 11111I cures liuliiliuil
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
iiiy remedy ol its kind ever pro
Itlecil, pleasing to tlio tuslo ntnl nc
ceptalilo tu the stomach, prompt in
;u : 1 ....!.. 1 1
on lu uiiii nun iruiv lieueiicuil 111 us
clli'cls, preimreil only from thu most
healthy mni ni;rceii!i)e suli-lances, its
tunny excclleiil (jtmliiics coinmenil il
to ull ntnl iinve, niiiile it tlio aio.st
popular iviuoilv known.
Svnip of j'ii's is for snln in liOc
and SI lioitlcs liy nil leinliiio ilnig-
'isls. Any reliulde (Iriipgist who
nmy not Inivo il on liiitnl will jiro
lire it promptly for tiny one wlm
wishes to try il. l)o not ncccpt any
CALIFORNIA HS SYRUP CO.
sv rnA.cmco. vt,
inillSVlLll. KV. If IV YORK. N.V.
1 ne st.-ineara cocoa 01 turope,
The Coming one of America.
Van Iloutcn's has fifty fer
cent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than is ob
tained by the best processes of'
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing all over the
world, certify to this immense
saving.and by Van IIouten's
special process only can this
-VaS Honrs. Coco ("imro tried,
alway. 11.V1I") n,ss,'tustliu nrviit inlvantnae
of lusvitiv no hilarious enVcti on tin, nervous
.ymeiu. Nu won.lnr, tlii'n-turo. tlikt lu all
lurt. of the worlj, this l.i,.if'. Cocoa Im rec-
uminenileU by meilleul men, Insleud ol'i
ten nnd c.'SVe or ntlter eitenuiiiir rlio
cnlulea, for dully use ly cbildn-o or
ailiills, lulu anil sK-k. rich ami uuor.
I toou Uf"i,
X tool; PS.ic.lr.
i.i -1 in
I talro My Meals.
I tnlio My Rest,
A' I' I t 1 .;:: I S I.MM 1. II TO l.KK
A-.' t Is'. I I ,N 1 AV MV II AN I 's OV ;
ui'ti-itv . '"" Scott's
tiv.tiis-oit of pure Cod LivorOil
a : t : t ;.y ic-t hobjliilcsof Limeand
K,i. I'M v I'l'in i mv lurip
ii'iil i'mi ii!i.;(liiiii in 1 1.1 ii.r
Ml. IT. AMI Is N" II I IIMI
Ofl MY CONES
Al' TUK BMK I'K A I'uCMi A HV. t
I KI II' IIM AS I AM1.V AS I l MII.K."
sl'i It II.SIIM.'NV IS NullllMl M IV.
Mill I S I'M' lsln IS I H 1 1 Mi UHM'I.KS
I'HI V. I' ll I N' I'l III It.
It'll-1 - il.S .V I V
lll tlio sol
l .tilii'li tn! I-'rcucli
HD!S A7.3 DAY SOIIOCL,
FOR YOUNG UOITS AND LITTLE GIRLS,
N.i. in Klin. Il '..fiMil Avt'TWi
MRS. BUPGWYN M.:TLAN3, . PIUNCIPAL
Knr ninny ymrM ,-iinti I'Htu-lpitl of Mt.
v t '! m iitotiiutt. IWih (in. til-.
i.v 11 iittpf. ui onii'im nl tt m tit rn.
in-.. 11 1 v
BUCGiEb, CARKIAGF.S, BLACKSiVllTHINU.
Ti tin- I'fittitP itf A-tu inp n Mil vldnitv I
wtilil tnnioiiiM'i' 1 hut nl mv "thuim nin. till m
Hlt'tvl, ni'M In W ll'iil ' tlnlm -n. 1 till) lu I
Wr pr piiinl t hu 11 t'wr w il' wnrk hi myluu.
W iuiiii. Idi .'U' niiil L'.iri inn tuitii'iiiu t-
iiri il in pun ilia-' (tint h"ri li u-nit; tin- spc-
I'i'lllirtt. Mini iH'tlu t r:iM1:irtlnU 1:11:1 1 t M .
M v wm kim 11 ui' -pi ru im il it ml nkilliul ami
m vliiti h h 1 1 if nn m It niti',
imiv ii n k M- 1 1 11.
IMitor Ahevilh Citiett :
That fur iniinv iri. tnl-. ttuty kuo v how we
are K'llia' mi e will ftate lhal v tnnk In
ill lltilt-t alii. S11 re
f9j;oo In NVaKs,
Took In Inst Haiiirilny over $7'Y $75 of
lluit was hole), Italamv store. Ilod'l rewh
nn -I L'.l Hint dav. Had H.immi nrrlvats in
fitiMinlli. ourKt ek 1 iiiiitiniiolh IhnMeet
hiiiu and 15 li't l w tie. Tell the baiaiu-e ol
Ilu world to come and see "old Chcd" smile,
and buy (londs nl us mid save 10 to '.'A per
ni.v.d.Hf 8. K. CIIHItUKTHM .V W
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Tin I'ovil .lme oil Hoiitli Turkey Crei'k.
I In II 1.-1 III 1 iv loiiiity 1 I'olllnlns 0(1 llerva, SIO to
;tu ilinnil : lin r.'.l tu l.vi tiiK- trera now
In lull lil'iasouis uiul lil'la liilr lor n liirwe eroi
of K'liul frull. H iHiHou lire iiooil noil In
uoiiil onlir. I. nine II story Ion hoinw with
kill tu n iiililltlim Mini 11 i llltiiili ya. Hnloke,
niile nini lolmiio tioni. Imin uiul emu
el-lb. Hultl to lie loiislili rut ile tlttilur on tile
lol. nini n miw mill la now Iu-Iiik ereeteil
within hull mill'. Cull on
C. W. MAI.ONlt,
nprUOJlw County Clerk', (Jlllcc
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Ity virtue nf authority vcitcd fn Genevieve
U. isunaut Ijy u vcrtaiu died lit trust executed
ly T. 1. Vuiuiililcr und wile. U. A. Van Gilder,
tlutctl thu ii Uix duy uf June, A. l. 1MH7, and
riKiHUrcd iu the Kt-Kntur'ttulliccul Uunconibe
ctiiiuty in liouk lo, putce 674; and by virtue
01 uiuhurity vedUd 111 W. W. llarnard by a
.-ennui diL'ti It inn Huid T. I. VunOilderandhii
Huid wile duied Ui t. 11, 1nh7, und reKitered
iu naitl Ki-KlMer'tt ollkt in Hook UU, pUKeUH,
tiK-thvr wiih 11 dtclarutioii uf trust uf the
Mud W, W. Itarnurd declared therein dated
ULiohi-r 7, in"7, und riKintered instuidulhee
in Iktuk 1 1 ul' uiurtKiiKeH und dcedii in truttt
at puKe 4-4-1; uiul hy ucL-rtuiu other deed from
Lht. uid T. 1. VatiOilder and hiH uid wife tu
said W. V. Jturnurd da ltd Uctubcr
17, and rcjilritertd in mud ufliee in llook
iu, pae ju;i, it'K tiK-r with a declaration uf
Li iiht Hiaile tin. nun by the aid W. W, llurn
aru tiaud liie 14-ill duy ul October, A. U.
17, and nuiHicred in miid ullicv in tiuuk 11
i niorijjaKe ami Uccdti ul truiit, pUK 407;
and ly viriue ol uuihority vcnttd in J. A.
t-oiiaiii hy a ci rtuiii deed 111 trum executed by
ihe naitl l . I. uiuiildvr und bin tmid wile,
datttl 1 lie Necotid duy ol Noveilil.r, 1H7,
and reuihieied iu nail olliee iu Ltuok uf mort-
KUtiix aial ilieUH 111 truKt No. 11, putfe 47U,
ai wvil iih u.v virtue 01 uuy uutnonty he may
nave by rcaoii ut the devil in truHt litHt above
itt iiiiuiit'il, (the miid '1. I. uiuiilder and wile
iiumiiu iuilcii iu puy the in 01 1 ten ueeu red by
each . uu every ol Kuid deedH in trunt and
Iced and dc.larutniiH ul trum thereon ac-
.'jiuiiik 10 iiicir tiVYi-rul piuvibionit, und the
aiu 11 usu-i m aavuiK ureeu uiuoutf tnein
riviviH a to l tie priuniicH ol the vunout
koif. iteiuuil and uh tu the proKr division
A ihe priiceviiii ol the Mule uf the
atitih lai'iiuuiur dcKcrihedi, the HUid Gene.
uve K, Lonaut unU the naid W. W. llumurd
aud lite uid J. A. Coitaut, truitteea in mud
ii-eil in 11 (nit and UcciIh und deelurutionv of
11 um ihtiLtiu, will hvil ut public uuctiou fur
lu-ii ai uie cuuit iioue Uour in the city of
!-lu vnlc ut I j o'clock 111. on the 3lHt dy uf
Ma( A. 1. liiii, a certain niece ur uurccl of
hum in the city ol Ashcvilk', cuuuty of liuu
ini.e aitu nunc 01 Aunn uuroiina, un tne
alii jiie ol colk ue mreet, und on the went
ie ol . uwdHuu hi reel, invludiuu the cleuunt
in 'ck rettnlcuce now occupied by ttuid T, 1.
miikjimki, aim 1 uc huwjjch uim Hcverui auju
situ uu hacK ui it. bounded ua folluwn: un
1 lie norih ny cohere tiirevt, un the euat by
liitviilNwii Hireel, uu the south by KnKleatrcet
and on tne wet by Hie jail lot und the A. T.
I'aviilMiu lot, now I'uck's. At the sutne time
auo place Hit Mini W. V, Jiurnurd will aell ut
pin. ne uuctiuit iur cumi u lurge lot ul house-ii-ilo
und kitchen luruiiure under the author
uv ol the deed iroiu Kuid Vuutiilder and wile
to ltiirmiril iirm und above mentioned and
ihe declaration ol tru-t uiude thereua as
uturcsuid March L'U, lNUU.
UliMi V I li li K. CON AST, Trustee.
J, A. L.ONANT, Trustee.
W. W. UAKXAKU, Trustee,
marl -I dtiod
MIL. LAHGbbi ANU ItlibT Eyl U'l'hU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Wollcreck & Co.
COXSt'I.TIMl CHI'MIHT AMI UIMNO RNUINKBMa.
.unlyses of Mi talH. Ores, Coal or Cuke, Min
eral waters, l-ertniiers, etc.
TRICK LIST ON APPLICATION.
Miiiinu iirfttHTtv investiiiuted. develuiied.
btaiht aiitl tll.
CorrctpoiuU nee soli cited.
Saiuplch' can he "Kill by ninU or express. If
nt by eApriHM. charges must le prepaid.
Ken is w anied iu every pluce.
UK. II C.WOLTCRKCK,
nov.'i d.VwIv Mnnairrr.
W. I. ROWE,
JL ITALIAN A AMERICAN
I I v MARBI.K,
AM kinds of Monu
lli'dtlstones, IJ rna
and Vases made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ynrcl At ntineombe
Ju l ICl..
Itv lritu nl n tlcoil of tniHl executed in me
on ilit l'lfl day nl Aiiftunt, lHMl. by J A
liriiiiiiiiond uiul l lorn l.. prunimonn, nis
w ile. to svciite the imyment of the sum of
liiclit Huutlrei) ami Seventy-Seven liollura
and rini tv-'riirti' Cents, hcurhiK Interest ut H
perivut. irnm nahl tlaie, 1 will oiler for sale
to the hihiHt bidder for cash, at the court
hoiiM." door iu the city of Asheville. on the
loth day of Mav. Ik. hi, n certain piece or
parcel oi lantl, Mtuatc on Valley street In the
cite ol Aluxilh. tiarticulnrlv descrilieil in
in deed ol triii, reuisu-red in the Keglstcr'a
Olliee iu Hook h and im p K-' 1 S.
i.'i.tl'CTi 11 VikUVDI T
npr." d.tnd Trustee.
Tali no thnat b1m
IV. IktlllaVlM ItaMtlH And
prh- arfftsTampihd on thm
bitiioiti If lh drnltr cannot aupplr Xont
ml direct U factory, aucloalnaj a4vartla4
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE 0ENTLKMIN.
Une Calf, llearr Laoed Oralo aad Cra.d.
niuur WnleriirtMif; ,
Ileal In Ihe worlil. Tiamlna pls
an .00 liKNI INK II ANfl-NMVK.Ii SIIOM.
Hl.llll II MI-NlVK.l WKI.T MIIOK7
H l.no I'lll U K AMI FAltlHKHS' SIIOM.
SJ'l.nil K. XT It A VAI.I'K 'A1.K HHOrV.
Hiin nt vtllt K I NIIMKN H HllOftH.
J.llll mill l.1(l IIIIVH M'IKIOI, NHOM.
All limile la Outiiirenk llullon and Laaa.
I. IS HIIOK FOK MI8NKS.
Itaat Material. Heat BtTla. Baat VtHtaSJ.
W. Im lugliu, Bracktan, Msas. SaM ky
1IF.KKING & WEAVER.
TO WEAK F.IEtl
finffKrins frnm tha aflMts of yoollifal arrora, aarty
deray, wa.tins WMknnM, lost manhood, ato., I wlQ
acnil a valuanla traUw(aalfKli aonkUnlns fall -partleulara
for noma oara, FRHof abaria, A
l'lnillil medical work i ahould iba raad by arary
man who la hmtoui and dabllltatad, Addmsj
rror. V. C roWLEB, Sd,.t
novo d&w y