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ASHEVILLE' DAILY CITIZEN; MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had amtUfqaot break! b goat on my
leg below the knee, and was cured soum'
and well with two and a lialf bottles ot
8. B. 8. Other blood medicine luui full
ed to do me any good.
Will 0. Bbaty, Torkvllle, 8. C.
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated eaw of Tetter, and thrco
bottle of 8. 8. 8. cured me perm
nently. Wallaos Mann,
Mennville, 1. T.
Our Dook on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swirr Bricirio Co., Atlanta, Go.
A. S. GRAHAM,
Office Over J. Hi Law's Store. South Main
extracting f. Sllc.
with k. nc.
Pilling with allvcr or umalgam....BOc. to7nc.
gold 1 1.00 and upward.
Set of teeth $!).()().
Beat act of teeth S8.00,
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NE WL AND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, It. C.
Will practice In the loth and 12th JudlHnl
tnatricta of North Carolina and In the Su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Western IHatrict of North Carolina.
DR. B. P. ARRINGTON.
office romna on Patton avenue, over the
clothing atore of C. D. Blanton It Co.
Residence corner of WoodAn and Locuat
Special attention given to treatment of dls
essrd guma, and all diaeaaea uertttlning to
the dental atructure.
Thro. P. DAVinaox, Tnos. A. Jonaa.
Kalelgh. Jae. (). Mabtin, Aatcvtlle.
JAVIIIS()N, MARTIN &JONB8,
Attorneys and Counaellora at Law,
Aaheville, N. C.
Will praulce In the 11th and 13th Judicial
niatricta. and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolinn, and In the Federal Courts of the
Western llistriet of North Carolina.
Refer to Dank of Aaheville. dtaet
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, specifications and eatitnntca fur.
nl.hed. All work In my line contracted for,
and no chargea for drawinga on contracta
krlercncce when deaired.
OH.ce: No. 12 Hendry Dloek, North Court
Square, Aaheville. N. C. feliludly
J. "W. ROLLINGS,
I will practice in the city and aurrounding
Office at W. P. Dlanton Ik Co.'a atalile, 76
South Main atreet. aprl
. H. RBBVKS, D.D.S. H. K. SMITH, B. I)..
Drs. Recvea Smith.
In Connally Building, over Redwood'a Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, wlththenew
anresthcUc. and all caacs of irregularity cor.
'. RAMSAY, D. U.S..
In Barnard Balldlng ttntranccs, Pattoa
Avenue and Main Street.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Ashe Hie, !N. C.
p. O. Bom P.
F, W. VESEY & SON,
No. Bl Chestnut atreet,
Now ready, fresh, healthy Tteddlng Plants
In variety, dcllvercn to any pan oi i;tj,
and planted out when rcgulrctl. fclilS rism
THB LAKOKST ANI1 HUST KUI'II'K ,N
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcrcck & Co,
CONSOLTtNO CHSMIST AND MINIMI! XNniNSKSS.
Analyses of Metal. Ores, Coal or Coks, Mia-
PttlCB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mlnlnff property tnveaUgatctt, dtTtlupcd
bought od wild.
nawaanAHIlMIM nllaH taf1 .
Sam plea can be arnt by mall or xpn-ae. II
Bent ny expreaa, cnarar uiu.v .r
Agent, wanted in every place.
' Chattanooga, Tenn.
DR. H C. WOLTCRBCK,
novo datwlv Manager.
A .2. C. Aft
8PWNinPD to LIFE fit.
UAnFIELD RtBJLsTOR TO. ATLANTA e
smld myall tuweasr.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
PERFECTLY ODE RLE t 81
turn In iaf lima rlrhut slstigsr st
Exploding op taking lira. Iss that J"B
f si in ganuina. rvreaiepy
BAITIMOKE. OXITEO OIL.Ca,
Aawivuxa, n. c.
THE HEART OF ASHEVILLE
ONE HUNDRED AND
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Nnber, Value and Area
Ever Held in the History of the City.
72 lots on Market, Eagle
at the intersection of Eagle and Valley streets.
10 lots on Haywood street and Spring street imme
diately in front of Mr. Melke's
3 lots at the intersection, of Hill and Buttrick streets. "
2 lots on College street, midway between the court house
and the new federal building.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH
THE APPOINTED TIME.
Terms one fourth ciwh, bulance in thrw, five or ton
years, at the option of purchaser, in equal annual instal
ments with 8 per cent,
I take pleasure in announcing to the public that 1 have
Lost a Quarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
And yet I have made a moderate profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
The people who have purchased from me have made the
quarter of million dollars, and
Battery Park alone without
one hundred thousand dollars more than the figure at
which it passed through my hands. In fact it pays an
nually thirty per cent, profit on a hundred thousand dol-
lars more than it cost.
I single pie of property in
tho city has been sold for
More than tho price atv which
Vacant lots are becoming
ABheYille,and tle impqrtauco
stood and epjtonized in the
poses to sale mare than one
within the Are district of tho
The preBontyenr will mark
of suburban property and
within five miles of the court
lots which I now offer for sale.
A map of tho property can
' For further Information upply to
Bi"jSfr.iil.aVftlfiVHaii1i1ii'"i'' tlSMlirflln llilir'
FODR LOTS IN THE
THE CITY. .
and Sycamore Htreets, 7 lots
DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
I rejoice in their success.
the improvements is worth
the nortwostern quarter of
I let go,
ttcarco within the fire limits of
of this auction can be under
single statement that it ex
half of all tho vacant lots
an unparalleled development
every stroke of the hammer
house will add value to the
bo seen at the office of A. T.
IM.1, J VrflwA : 1 .1
Ths Threatened Promulgation
By Hl8 Holiness, the Pope,
Being Generally Discussed By
Ths Church Has B..D Itoprlvad of This
Pow.r Sins th. Adi.ut af Emp.ror
Baaaausl Into Boms In 1870 -Str.ntth
f ths Church Party In ths luilnn Ps.a
llamsnt Slowly Inenaaliig.
London, Mar 17. Tho threatened
pronralgatioa by the popa of tho dogma
that th temporal power of the pontiff,
of which the church waa deprived by
the advent of Victor Emanuel into Rom
In 1870, is eeaential to the complete
majesty of the vicegerent of Cliri.st on
earth, is the theme of fnmwil cltscunslon
In Catholic ctrslea on the continent.
Th decision of sixty-nix of the 100
bixhopa whom views of th matter were
solicited by the pope, Ihat the present
time is opportune for th declaration of
this principle evinced a jxwulve swerv
ing oi pmiuior opinion, tor i: not to be
presumed thut these melntes have all. or
ven a considerable minority of them,
gone contrary to th known tendencies
of their flocks.
The fact that the Italian biahora oo-
posed the promulgation of the dogma la
not to be taken as evidence of their ba
llet that the occupant of the choir of St
rster snouia d a temporal as well aa
spiritual sovereign. Th cler
gy of Italy are placed In a
position or sncn peculiar delicacy
with regard to expression of opinion on
matters touching: the relations of the
church and the state that no positive
declaration of approval could be expect
ed rroin tnem, wnue the inlty have long
sine fallen into a state of ansthr as re
gards both pope and king, owing to th
nnohanging condition of tho antagonism
between the Vatican and the Qnirinal,
which the lapse of twenty years has not
sufficed to mollify, or even chaug in
The church party m the Italian par
liament in slowly increasing in strenirth.
and to this extent it may be said that
the popular reeling in favor of th re
storation of the iail kingdom has
grown, but it must not be assumed that
because the people are not enthusiastic
ally on tho side of the church, that they
are earnestly supporting the position
of the state.
Thev have simrtv loot all Interest In
the matter because of the nniencence of
the two opposing forces, and neither on
in tho present condition of things can
claim the approval of the populace in
its oourse. Therefore, nothing short of
overt hosltilitiu. between th Vatioao
and the government can arouse the peo
ple of Italy to active interest in th
question whether the pope shall also b
a king, or whether h shall remain aa h
la a virtual prisoner in the largest pal
aoeln th world.
The greatext number of favorable re-
piles to the iiope s circular, from any on
ooontry, came, as mMit be supposed,
from Austria, where th sentiment in
favor of the temporal sovereignty of th
church is strong and un Jiifuiwil among
th people, and Portugal furnished the
next highest, the rest being divided
about squally among Uerniauy, Franc
NEWS IN BRIEF.
A Coadenaetlon of Intorsatlna; Itoma on
Ex-Secretary Whitney and wife hare
sailed for Kumpe.
Natural gas In groat quantity baa been
struck at Pulaski, N. Y.
Mrs. Jacob Merrill w. fatally burned
while making soap, st Sabina, ().
Mr. Edmonds has Introduced a bill to
establish a National university.
Andrew J. Plummer, of Svimirappa,
Ms., waa found murdered In his yunl.
Prohibition carried in Hopkins county,
Ky., and was defeated In Ch1i1w.1I county.
Klght Inchon of snow fell Tuesday night
at Neehe, N. Dak. Tbs fsriuura era jubi
lant. C. L. F. Kennear, of the Pennsylvania
Oas company's office, Warren, Pa., has dis
appeared. A 10-year-old boy was mn over by a pas
senger train at Uule station, Intl., and In
Francis P. Ward, of Huntsvllle. Ala..
died at Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, at the
age of AS years.
Three medical associations are In session
at Indianapolis the Hegulars, ths Home
opaths and the Kcloctirs.
A brakeman named McRurnpy, whose
horn la In Allegheii", I'a., was Inatautly
killed by ears at Kast Pale-tine, O.
Rav. Sam. Small will he a candidate for
th legislature In Georgia. He wanta to
represent l'.lion county In the house.
Frank Buckley, an employe of Ulmal's
whssl works, at Portland, Ind., had his
arm out off In an automatic spoke lath.
George H. Paul, ex-postmastsr of Mil
waukee, waa stricken with apoplexy In
Kansas City, and is in a critical condition.
The body of K. W. Wells, who was
drowned near Wheeling, W. Vs., by the
sapslxlng or a yaolit, has been recovered.
The body of a man named Hnark, with a
bullet hole through the head, was found
near North Liberty, O. Murder Is sus
A report haa been made to the depart
ment of health that two pronouueed eases
of leprosy exist in the Chinese colony lu
Kev. James Kerr and his wife were
drowned la Boykin creek, Humtsr, Ala.,
whlls on his way to preaoh in a church la
Near Star lake, In th Adirondack,
Rsnry Farney shot and killed William
Montrief. They war neighbors, and had
had a dispute,
Th Masaoliusetta ssnat. by a rot of 10
to 16, bus paused un amendment to th con
stitution abolishing the poll lax as a pre
requisite to voting.
Noah Jackson and his wife took refug
In a barn, during Uie recent tornado la
Mercer county, Pa., and the building col
lapsed, killing both.
It was an old rusty revolver that th T-yesr-ohl
daughter of Mrs. Klisslwth Mitch
ell, of Missouri, found In s drawer, and
0rg March, a tafayette, Ind., saloon
keeper, rendered despondent by drink,
ended his misery by putting a bullet
through his left lung.
Suit haa lieer, hmujtht at Marlon, Ind..
to sot aside the sale of the Cltissus' natural
gas plant, lit Hint ;, valued at tUK.OOO,
to John l. Uakluiil, lor a uomlual oonsiu-
srstlon. It Is claimed that the sal was
made without authority rroro the stock
holders of ths coucern.
The suit of the Chemical bank of WrW
York against the receiver of the Fidelity,
of Cincinnati, for KUO.OOO, haa bessi da
elded In favor of the latter.
Miss Nellie Dudley waa Buuned at
Franklort, Ky., WsdassdaT, to Ami
Northoote, of Chicago, a son of Sir Stafford
Northcot. Karl of lddetlelgh. -
The president and Mrs. Harrison Rav a
private dinner party to few personal
friends Wednesday night. Hoe, Ban. Bv
terworth and wife were present.
Jaoub Cllltiert waa arroslsd, at Youngs
town. O., for heating his wife when h
tsnnii him occupying the) saras room with
a glri who waa viaiUng the family.
At Oalluaburf , Ind., Tuesday, th Jorf
as'ik.iisi '1. MSI 11
In the oas of Elisabeth CnWSr, anargea
with poisoning her mothsr-ln-law, Martha
Crltser, returned a verdi"' of sot guilty.
John Jackson, alias Richard A. Arthur,
waa arrested at Moakegon. Mich., yeetsj
day. He Is wanted lor th murdae of
Mamie Murphy, In Mew York, three weeks
During a fight at Htllsboro, 0., between
Ed. McFarland and Amos Medl.y, oolored,
the former stabbed the latter four times.
Medley's Injuries will probably prove
Mr. C. T. Jones, who Is at the head of
the Harper Brothers' educational depart
ment, says there is no truth In th story
Mist th Arm is about to join th book
James C. Slaton, a prominent and
wealthy farmer living near Harrlsburg,
III., shot and killed Hugh Morris, on of
his tenants. Slaton claims ths killing waa
dons In self-defense.
The great forest Ores which have been
raging In northern Wisconsin at intervals
for two weeks past are gaining ground.
The greatest loss haa been in the vicinity
of King's Bridge.
Negotiations are In progress for the es
tabliahtmnt of a parcel post betweeu Can
ada and Japan, on the lines of the present
parcel post service bvtwsen the Dominion
and the mother country.
White Caps visited the house of a man
named Rhodes, in Wyoming county, Wsst
Virginia, aud, after advising him to ge
rid of a woman who was living with him,
gav him a sound flogging.
The Doran ft Wright Company, bucket
shop keepers, of New York, hare notified
Its correspondents that It would suspend
payments. The liabilities are from WOO,
000 to KOO.OOO, with no assets.
A eloud-burat near Klulra, N. Y., raised
many of the small streams, wuehed
bridges away and did muoh other damage.
The earns report Is mads by I tlea, North
Brook field, Knox bo ro and other place.
A man named Jordan waa arretted at
Lsport. and taken to Kendallville, Ind..
Tuesday, to answsr a charge of criminal
assault on an 8-year-old girl. Officer
have been looking for him for more than a
The notorious adventuress of New York,
Piineess Ann Odclia Ilia Debar, la is
prison In Rous on the charge of swindling
ths Hotel Bristol with a false draft, ana Is
probably In for a long term of Imprison
ment. An unknown young man was found
dead In a ditch by the railroad, at Van
Wert, O., Tuesday. It la supposed he waa
taken with a fit and tell Into the water,
whleh waa only six Inches deep, and was
Judge Jackson overruled the motion for
a new trial in the ease of Dr. Walter B.
Held, the "spirit" postmaster convicted In
the United Sutes court at Grand Rapids,
Mich., tor using th mails for fraudulent
At Outhrle, Ky.. a tramp who was steal
ing a ride on a tielght train fired at the
conduotor, the ball passing through his
clothes and lodging In the side of a boy
near by, inflicting a dangerous wound,
The tramp escaped.
J. B. Howard, the walking delegate of
the carpenters' union, who has been
swindling unions at Indianapolis, Del
phoe, Defiance aud other places, waa sen
tenced at Port Wayne, Ind., to two years
in ths penitentiary.
Sir Julian Pauucefote planted an oak
near the tomb of Washington Wednesday.
It supplants the one set by the Prince of
Wales oa his first visit to tbs United
States which dlsd. Tills one wss grown
from an English aooru.
The execution of the murderers ot Lord
Cavendish and Mecretary Burk.ln Phienlg
park, Dublin, was commemorated by a
meeting of United Irishmen and Irish vol
unteers. In New York, Wednesday night.
Panisll waa denounced.
The supreme court of Nebraska haa d
dlded that farmers' alliances havs a right
to build elevators near railway stations,
and that railroads cannot discriminate
against them, but must auoord all persons
equal shipping fadlltiss.
A bill has I wen reported to the senate
by ths Judiciary committee subjecting Im
ported liquors to the laws of the sevsral
states. It is designed to prevent "original
paokags" importation and sals undsr the
late supreme court decision.
The directors of toe Chicago board of
trade have adopted a memorial to con
gress asking that a modem high-class
war vessel be substituted for the old
steamer Michigan, the only United States
man-of-war on the great lakes.
City Chamberlain Crane, of New York,
alleges that H.OOO.OOO of ths sinking fund
of thst elty Is In banks drawing 'iH per
cent, luterest, and that the comptroller Is
borrowing money from the same Institu
tions, paying 4 per ceut. for Ite use.
The description of Reason Myers, who
suddenly disappeared from ttandyville, O.,
April 10, tallies so closely with that of
ths young man murdered st Terrs Haute,
Ind., that the mayor of that elty has been
asked to send a more dedulto descrip
tion. Six Italian laborers and a contractor
named Coffey were seriously Injured by
a blast on ths Richmond, Nlrholasvllle,
Irvln and Beatyville railroad ahar Nlcho
lasvills, Ky., Tuesday. Ons of the labor
er will die. and two others and Coffey
were seriously hurt. The nsmee of the
laborers eon Id not be learned.
The danger of giving away playthings
received a sad and pathetic Illustration at
lndlsnaHilia, (Saturday. Mr. Jossph
Adams removed to t hat city a few weeks
ago with bis family from Evansvtlle.
Just before their removal the child ot a
neighbor died of diphtheria, and a whistle
of the il.sil child was glvsa to the sou of
Mr. Adams. II died of the asms disease
At tho villain of Beutlsyvllle, Pa , th
bodies of John Crouch, a wealthy farmsr,
his wife and son Andrew were found In
tbsir horns with their throats out. The
son's head was terribly battered, evidenc
ing a struggle, and ths houss had been
ranssckrd lor plunder. There are no clew
to ths murderers, notwithstanding that
eearrhtiii; parties have been scouring th
Aaother Uueket-Mhoa) One. t'nri.r.
ATI.ANTA, Oa.. May 18. The Duron ft
T!..!.. I b.. uU..n l.w.t.ul l.. .1.1 ..!
TV nX-N fill Kll-PII'pi .,,Vf.Vt. Ill .I11S 1.IIT,
has gone to the bottom, and th sheriff
Is In ohurg ; but it is not known what
the cashier is. no lias not been een In
two dav. .It soon become generally
known in the city, and s rush waa mad
to the olllce In order to get at ths foots.
A glance at the board showed that their
money and margius had flickered, and
nothing was to lie done except to silently
And a more pleasant Held. The louses in
Atlanta are put at tiu.wm,
The Wonderful Well at llrnnawlek.
ItaVIMWlcg, Oil., May In. The well
at the factory continues to furnish hot
water. A thermometer was put dowu
Into the water and allowed to remain 45
seconds, when It was taken out and rE
Istered 1 18 degree. The well Is a verita
ble wonder, and hundreds visit it dally,
The Work of a Mad Dog.
HiNl'llii.t,, Oa., May 10. A mud dog
bit Mr. llurk Oxburn's little grand
daughter. It then attacked Mrs, Pres
ton, biting her foot through the tho,
ana on tno nana.
Burglars entered the Iwrraoka of th
mounted police, In McLaod, Manitoba,
ami carried out Ilia safe to a swamp a
iiin'ten f a mile away, where thev broke
off th door and got away with $1,000 1
A Rleh Mcintosh Connty rtserr).
, l)smrt, Oa., May 15. Henry Todd,
Melntaah county nirro who (llod soms
three years ago, is said to hav been
THE TRAMP SIGNAL CODE.
The sign ot a triangle minus the lower line
on a gatepost means "that the inmates ot ths
house are good tor food."
A rudely drawn circle with a alight mark
m the center and a dot on the right side de
notes that "the lady has given recently."
In another sign the order have gone to the
Egyptian language for the word "certainty,"
wbloh oonsiats of tbe figure of a triangle.
A rude sign resembling somewhat the fig
ure of a diamond reminds ths tramp that he
may oount on a "regular good teed" at the
house where It Is seen,
A house marked with tbe figure of a re
versed triangle with a dot on tbe right hand
lower cornsr reminds the tramp that his
game Is "spoilt," so be never wastes time at
such a houas,
Tbe sign of a circle with a cross In ths
denter always causes a certain amount of
trepidation, for it signifies "dangerous," and
all callers have to keep a sharp lookout for a
dog or a gamekeeper with a gun.
The tramp's hope Is revived when tbs
figure of a circle with a horisontal line drawn
through its center and a dot In the right hand
lower corner meets his sys, because he may
then confidently expect that tbe lady "will
A straight line with a dot on the right side
means "doubtful. " But If the lins Is crossed,
the tramps know that "we shall get some
thing." If the crossing Is repented the out
look is still better and there Is a cbauce of
getting "something good."
The sign of a rudely drawn half circle care
fully scratched upon the gate post outslds s
trim looking country house tells tbe tramp
that the occupants "will buy if you have
wbat they want," aud be consequently take.
a minute or two to arrange his box of needle.
without points, buttons without eyes, and
tapes which will break at even tbe sight of s
The next algn to be noticed Is a staggerer,
and It is really a good one, Tbe four sides of
the square denote a prison, snd the dot In
the center of tbe square represents the poor
tramp Inside who Is warning his pals outside
against calling at that house, for If they do
they too may find themselves in the ' Jug.'
The dot on the outside ot the square repre
sents the tramp on the outside.
Religious folk are favored with three signs,
which mean "religious," "more religion" and
most religious." They consist of three rudely
drawn circles, the first having a dot in its
center, the second a horisontal line drawn
riiht through the center and the third has s
cross In the cantor. Whenever the traveling
cadger conies across these signs hs imme
diately pitches up a hymn tune and as Invari
ably talks about tbe dear wife be has recently
lost or the children be has lett 111 at come.
New York Herald.
Modjeska goes to Europe next year, and
will nut act In this country until ISfi.
Minnie Palmer has purchased the Ameri
can and Canadian rights to "The Fool's Mate,"
a London success.
The latest London "catch word" is "I know
that man," an expression which plays an im
portant part In Sydney Orundy's oomedy,
A Pair of (spectacle "
Bcanlsu has Introduced a song into "Mylea
Aroou" which promises to become as muob
the craze aa "Peek-a-Boo." Ths refrain it
Bee, There, There She Goes," and ths actor
swings a little girl In his arms while singing.
At tbs San Carlos theatre. In Lisbon, they
have a curious custom of giving every year
during the last days of the carnival an opera
In wbich all the male characters are played
by women. This year ths opera was "Th
Barber of Bovine," and all toe parts except
that of Figaro were taken by women.
Mr. William J. Davis, ths manager of the
Haymarkot theatre In Chicago, hss recently
secured a flue lot of rare old playbills, for
which bs most have paid a round price.
Among the number are bolt s doses Paga-
nlnl bills, a Mrs. Jordan, several Keens, sev
eral Kemblea and a programme of tbe per
formance for tbe benefit of tbe theatrical
fund In London 100 years ago.
The late John Maclean, of London, al
though spoken of as ons of ths veterans of
tbs stage, wss only 03 years old, navmg Dean
born in London iu 1HS5. Hs was tbe Mr. Gib
son In ths original production ot "The Tick-et-ot-Leave
Mau" at tbe London Olympic In
1H83. Whm Mary Anderson produced "Tbe
Winter's Tals" In New York city he was the
Camlllo. Hs was an extremely popular man
In bis profession.
Schiller's "William Tell" was recently per
formed for the lOUtb time at ths Vienna Barg
theatre. Enthusissits desirlug to makesurs
of their seat began to gather at theeotranoe
to the theatre as early as 10 o'clock In tbe
morning. Ths east included all the most fa
mous singers In Auatrls. many consenting to
accept small parts in order to add to tbs per
fection of the production. Tbe opera was
first given In Vienna In
FINES FOR JAPANESE DUELS.
Whoever shell defame a person f"T not ae-
oepting ach.nllouge for a duel shall be pun
ished under tbe provisions of ths penal code
for the crime of defamation.
Whoever oommlts murder or Inflicts bodily
Injury on soother In a duel shall bs punished
under tbe provisions or tbe penal code appli
cable to that offense under ordinary circum
stances. Whoever sbal let or place at the disposal
of duelists any place with a full knowlsdge of
the circumstances under which It Is to bs
used shall be liable to the same penalty at
Whoever shall havs encaged In a duel shall
be punished with Imprisonment with bard
labor for a period of uot less than two and
not mors than five years, together with a fine
of from f'JU to f J00.
Whoever tends or accepts a challsoge for a
duel shall be punished with Imprisonment
wltb bard labor tor a period of not leas man
six months and not mere than two years, to
gether with a fine of from 10to 1100. Un
ODD NAMES FOR PAPERS.
Ripsaw Is the only weekly In Wynne, Ark.
The town of Atuaa, CaL, has a papsroaUsd
Tombstone, In Arlsona, hss s paper callsd
Tom Joyce's Burlesque Oaastto Is S weakly
In Helens, Ark.
El Verano, Cel., haa but on paper. It it
Hackett City, Ark., has a weakly paper
called Hons Bbos.
Tbe Thomas County Cat Is a paper pub
lished In Colby, Kan.
Persons and Property it a real estate paper
In Washington, O. V.
Frog u published In the Interests of rail
roads at Denver, Colo.
Women's Exponent Is ths tugtsstlv nam
or a paper in Bait lak city, utan. mna-
A Boon to Wives).
Hnvtng used "Mother' Friend" I
would not be without it. It 1 a boon
to wives who know thry must pass
tnrougn tne pniniui oracui oi cnuuinnn
Mrs. C. Mclburne. Iowa.
Write Brndticld Kcnuliitor Company,
Atlnntn, 0a., for particular. By all
A second hand money safe and en pair
platform seals. Bnqulrs of
C. 0. COOPKM,
Or KELLY TRACBANi
as PATTON AVBNUB.
n.fneuiiii'nl 1 1 aa 'ills stil
The reason RADAM'B
MICROBE K1LLBR la
the moat wonderful med
icine, la because it haa
never failed In any In
stance, no matter what
the disease, from LEP
ROSY to the simplest
disease known to the ho
rn an system.
The scientific men of
to-day claim and
prove that every dla
Caused by microbes,
RADAM'S MICROBE KIUER
HrtertnlnAtM the Microbe. sjhI drive them
out or the aystem, and when that la done
you cannot nave an acne or pain, no mat
ter what the diaeaae. whether a Simula care
of Malaria Fever or a combination of dto-
cases, we cure them all at the sanw time, ae
we treat all diecaees conatltutloi ally.
Asthma, Consumption, Catanh, Bron
cnitia, Klicumutam, tiiaoey ana tiver
Disease, Chills and Fever, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact,'
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Trade-Mark (same as above)
apiiears on each Jug.
Send for book "History of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. 8. GRANT, Ph. C,
Sole Agent, Aaheville, N. C.
novl 7 dly to fri aun
Street Car Schedules
Beginning at 7 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. m.
Car leaves Square for all points oa tbe
hour, and twenty snd forty minutes there
after. Schedule cars connect at Square.
Train car and baggage car meet ever
train. One valiae allowed each psaeenccf.
BaKKaat transferred from all points in the
city for 30 cents.
THB ABHBV1I.LB BTRBBT SY. CO.
Apply to us during the Incoming week to
rent the Rock Quarry on tbe opposite side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINB TBNBMENT HOU8B8
near by. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
At a bargain, or 0 Milk Cows. Apply be
tween 3 and S o'clock at
180 Charlotte Street.
Registered Jersey Ball for ecrvice. Price
$3.oo, irasrnntecd. mayS dtf
English and sKrcncti
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES ANO LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Arcane.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL.
(Por many years Associate Principal of aft.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of compenteat teachers.
By virtue of a deed of treat executed to me
on the illat day of August, isasj, by J. A.
urn III in u mi ,nu rtuis ft., vrurauiwnw. ui
wife, to secure the payment of the, sum of
lilsht Hundred and aWventy-Hcvea Dollars
and Thirty-Three Cents, bearing interest at 8
per cent, from eaid date, I will oner roraass
tu the hixhest bidder for cash, at the court
house door In the city of Asbevllk, oa the '
14th dny of June, Ikuo, a certain pfcK or
parcel of land, situated on Valley atreet m th
city of Asheville, particularly described la
an id deed of trust, registered In th Register's
Ulrica in Book H snd on Pag 41 A.
BUMUNU U. HUSVHLL,
Farmers and Truckers
Take Notice !
I have bedded 100 Bushels of SWBBT PO
TATO BS. By the ISth of May I shall be pre
pared to enpply SLIPS la any quantity. Call
at the tieda at my residence on Beaver Pans
roau in sssisin, or leave oroers at u. t aae
lltiiialH'a irrncerv atnre. No. 17 Boath Mala
street. Orders fir nail aollrltcd.
I' rice at Bed.. 20c. per 100. I'nee at asae-
Tiiic, uoc per iihi. anon
sisyfi duw mon we I
H. C. LOMO.
ASHEVILLE UBRARY ASSOCIATION..
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.CA. ROOMl)
Open dally, except Sundays, from 10 a. ss.
until 1 p. as., and 4 antil S p.
Th terms of subscription artt One year
S3; s mo.., I1.S0; I mo., SI 1 1 no. SOets.l
daily 8 eta.
"Office re for laiio Prrsldeat, Charts W.
Woolscyi VIct-PresMcat. The. A. Josw see.
and Treasurer, D. S. Watsoa !, Librarian, Mam
B, J. Hatch,
Cltisens and visitors or cordially tavittd
to loaned ths catalogs and bucrib their
names aa members. JaaSOdtf
Aaeat for Seems Crssk Woetts Mm.'1
North Man AsatrvBM, M. C.
MillMrwa(sMmp srajrwef atiiiajai jA I,
ANBW DSHD, sartfalt pwaaead by Meal
lag mernaw of ths AsaevSas teats'
neat parckaMat aad twavy Sat,peas-bar .
erina all aaceaaaty pomta,)! o W ' -oasaleat
th. ontr. of theCitsssa 1 sssisf n,
raw Co.. Mo, Porta Casart S tears. Is Met