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Nature should t
assisted tn tli
spring to throw oi'
the neavlncas ol
tto sluggish winter
circulation of the
does It so well, so
prompt or so wiiV I y
0WIII S BUUUUC.
I have used 8. 8. 8. for a number of
years, and consider it the best Ionic ur'
blood remedy that I ever used. In fi
I would not attempt to enter upon
spring or suinnior in this climate will
out it, H. W. Colrman,
Of Coloman, Ferguson & Co.
Dado City, F ...
Our book on Mot"l and Skin Dlseaws
Swot Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
oct l!flili w I y
ilfllcc Over J. II
Law's Store, South Main
Kxtrnctlng ? c-
With g.i Hoc
Pilling with silver or amalgam ...floe io75c.
' until Sl.oo unil iiuwiml.
Bet ( teeth SU.lltj.
Best set nt teeth $(.(M.
No better made, no matter what yuu pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, N. C.
Will practice In the loth anil lath Judicial
Districts of North Cnrnlinn anil In I Ik- Su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the I
Western District ur North Curollna.
DR. B. P. ARHINttTON,
Office room, on Patton avenue, over the
clothing .tore of C. I. lllantnn e Co.
Ulilniv Hini,r (tf Wuuiltin and Locust
"S'.l at.entlon riven to treatment of dl.
the dental structure.
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Tiiko. F. DAVIIISDN, Tllos. A. Jonbs,
Kalclgh. JA. O. MAKTra, Awcviue.
srjAVIllSDN, MARTIN & JONBS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at I.nw,
A.hevlllr. N. c
will i.rM, i Ire In Hie 1 1 th and lath Judicial
lllstricts. nnd In the Huprrme Court of North
Carollnn. nnd In the Federal Court, of the
Western IHmrict of Norlh Cnriillqn.
Merer to Hunk ol AHicvliic.
Architect and Contractor.
I'lnns, .iecilicntlon. nnd cMtimulc. fur
ul.hril. All work In mr line contracted for,
nnd no charm, for drawiiiK. on contrnct.
u..i..n.n.v. u'hn itclrrd.
ilfflcc: No. 13 Heililry llloek. Norlh Cmirl
j . ..:n. U 1
J. W. ROLI-INGS,
I will practice in the city and .urroundlnu
offliv at W. P. Wanton k Co.'s ntnlilc, 70
South Main .trcet. "1'rt
H. II. kKUVBS, D.U.S. II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Ira. Reeve & Smith.
In Connolly Building, over Ked wood's 8tore,
Teeth extracted without iinin.wlttrtheoew
Mmmthetic. and all caws of Irreuulnrity cor
. RAMSAY, D. D.S..
In llurnanl llullding lintrnnre..
Avenue and Main Street.
WM. It. PENNIMAN
sniirtfiiir Doing UnDVC
AdnXTILLC nnibn nuniva,
AitlieTlllc, N. C.
P. . Bom .
TH K I.AHdHKT A.N'U IIUST HU'IFI'll
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcrvck & Co
CON.UI.TINO CIIKHIST AMI MIKINO SSUISHBSi,
Analyse, of Metnls, On-.. Conl or cms. win
cral Water.. Ferilllier., etc.
I'RICIt I.IST ON AI'I'I.U VTI'.N.
Mining uroiierty Inveatlgntiil. develnpeil,
liouuhl and mid.
Hnniplr. can I wnt liy mull or enprr..,
Mnt by enpre... chnrue. mul lw prcpnlii
Agvni. wsnted In cverv iiliiee.
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NKW HOIISIII NUWL I'HRNIHIIUK
ALL MOIIKKN IM lR IVI1M BNT.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 11 Haywood Street.
Innaa ,11 v .
I. Tula nviniun P.MAN 0
out at ntHCtn.etifTtRI'lQWa
jiooK TO' yVOMAN''f
BHAOriUD RKSUUJCH CO. ATLANTA fit
ncp'JJ rt&wl r
A B30LUTEUY SAFE!
Burnt In snv Lima without dsnaer of
Exploding or liking firs. See that you
get tics genuint. For ssls Dy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
THE HEART OF ASHEVILLE
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ONE HUNDRED AND
CENTER OF THE CITY.
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Number, Value and Area
Ever Held in the History of the City.
72 lots on Markot, Eagle
at the intemwtion of Eagle and Valley Htitx-'ts.
in. l. a 1I.,,,I ufnuit. ntwl Ktlfini? Htl'Pet 1IU1110-
1U lUWt Ull nv.v,.., , r,
,li,it..lv ill IlOIlt of Mr. Mclke'S
3 lots at the intwmH-tion ot
Lit- nn (!nlliir street, midwny bftwiHMi the court house
. i .
. . i t i i ..:i.
and tne new leum-iu uuiminf,.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH
THE APPOINTED TIME.
'IVrniM one fourth rash, balam-e in thn. five or ten
. , . iil
vwil'S lit, the OI)t ioll Of pillfhaser, HI equal annual instill-
,) i.m i n, i v kih. . v i i i
meats with 8 ier cent, seini-annunl interest.
I take iileasure in announcing to the publit
Lost ajjiiarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
And yet i nave niaue u inuuuui-,.. w.. , -
. . . - , '.ii
iimnwt v tnat I nave iiaiiiiiiMi.
'l'l... ,w...,.l. ivlio 1 1 ii i'i tin rr
...... ..f,... .f ttiillutn ill ii In I'M. lliul
llu 1 " " '
Huttery I'ark alone wirnous
, , ,.
unit niiiwiimi IJ1I1IIMILIH1 milium mi,,v
lll'll t IMIHrHHl tlirOUKIl
nually thirty r cent, profit
lars 111010 than it cost.
I single piece of proicrty in
the city has been sold for
Mow than tho price at which
In order that intending purchasers may not bo disap-
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pointed, as thoy have been at
. i, n nr.l l.,.i,., Lfa uli nil 1 unlil lit,
nouncei nac not less i nn ii ..JiM t"""1"1""1- -
nil hazards, without any upset price. They will certainly
be knocked down to the man
tflll-ll 111 I IV hnser at the sale
Im lmia mill niH'tl of these
for lot. No lldioining Fnt'k's lot OI1 Ellglo Street Hear
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Milill TllO lime lot is .10
iiAibiu. a i,v f.
i A-.n I....4. li.A..li,,r Iw.fiwo
sjl.V.n inivw"u- ....s,.
safe now to say it is worth
free of all charges, will be made to the party whodraws the
lucky number. So that a man may buy a 400 lot and
tlierellV HtK'Ure a UCKBI wilini
$2,000 worth of profitable
Vacant lots aw becoming
Asheville, and tho importance
Lfi.wl ,i.1 imititlilKKil ill the
poses to sale more Hum one
w ithin the Hre district of tho
Tho present year will mark
of suburban property ami
U'illlinhvn llllleS ()f 'tllO CtHll't
. fit... ...a,,
A map Ol l lie ini'i i J
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1'Or lUl Uier llllOI IIIULUiii
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY
FOUR LOTS IN THE
Sycamore Htrwtw, 17 lots
i ii.il' I. ..A A..
liiu iinu ouuihk uuww.
DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
that I TlJl VI1 1
i.....a ,.Ht mi ,ii-1i tiiiwi I
IiuhihI from nu have made tin
I riMOiee 111 their SUt'CeSH,
i ,l. i :.. 1.
tne liiapruvuiuvutB m
.1 ... ii,. -a.
liailtlH. Ill W f itjo..
on a liumireu tnousanu uoi
tho iiortwcslerii quarUT of
I let it go.
some recent auctions, l aui-
who makes the highest bid.
will receive a ticket for the lot
.... . a .. is i 1
tickets will entitle mm to uruw
by 02 and COSt me 111 Casll
ii.li v SlllllP(lVlmintS. aild it i
i,rmu. An aosoiuw; ic,j,
,1.1., liitu f iilitii in
scarce within the Hre limits of
of this auction can be under-
Slllllle Statement that it OX-
Hair ol all tnovacnnr .o,s
an unparalleled development
every stroke of the hammer
hoUSO ill lldd Value tO tilt'
,,, uiwxi nt tint iillli'K hi A. I
tiuirgtis. the result oi uisoareinss uaua
-ni- at 'n 0TT
TAKEN TO TASK.
Stanley's Recent Utterances
Astonish His 01 a Frhmds.
Is the Great Explorer Affected
Lovm of P.m. sn an rno.ursgesn.ni la
HI. Talk Scathing Letter, Replying
Lord Salisbury, In Which England's At
tltnd. f Afrlelaa Affairs Is Bvrly
London, May 98. Persons of a peace
able turn of mind, who have a weak
spot in their hearts for arbitration, dis
armament and other non-warlike
schemes, have had mnoh to grieve them
lately. In the first place Mr. Stanley,
who has been a sort of pet of these
gentry, has astonished them by sneering
at them in pnblio aa old grannies and
Nothing could be more cynical nor
more cruel than the explorer's sudden
ii nd candid declaration of contempt for
the peace contingent. Heretofore he has
allowed himself to be landed to the
Hlries, the pioneer of civilization and
Christianity, the opener up of com
merce, the deliverer of the blacks from
the bondage of ignoranoe, the friend of
the missionary, etc., but now he throws
off the mask and atands revealed as the
gigantic Innd grabber, pure and simple,
the acquiror of territory by peaceable
method if possible, but if uut, theu by
At least the religious societies and
peace organizations such of them as
nave recovered their breath since Stan
ley's recent speech are now Haying
these things about him.
All Nations Arming Th.m.nlva.
They have also found little com
fort in the political hapiamings
of the week. Every nation is in
creasing its armnmeut, even little
Denmark has felt compelled to shin?
that she can buy guns just like ber big
neighlsira. and she has bought her full
prniortinn, at the luust; namely, seven
teen forty-calibre steel gnus and twenty-
ronr lung range pieces ol somewnat lees
At horn thlnm da not lnnkmnrh
brighter for those who anticipate the
dav of universal brotherhood. Right
Hon. Edward Stanhope, secretary of
state for war, in a speech stated
that tho government was giving
very en we attention to bnglnna s cxns
defences, which it proposed to greatly
improve, ana in tact to perfect. De
fense is not exactly war, but it implies
war, and the secretary's remarks make
it clear thut no d'dnsimn as to the pos
sibility of di.irinament prevails among
lliose wno arc responxiiue for tne surety
of tho country. All of which is doubt
less regret IihI by many people beside the
The Times nrinta a Ions and caustio
letter from Mr. Stanley in renlv to ths
recent utterances of Lord Salisbury. Mr.
Stanley declares that he has nothing but
n sentimental interest in any part or
Africa, hot he says that on finding that
innnv of his friends have embarked their
innnv of his friends haveembarh
money in an African enterprise
,,tlvI1)?th , charter not worth I
forfeit sixpence, unless the terms of the
nnderttandliur with Germany are riiridlv
ndhurecl to. and thnre tminK every indi-
cniiun ui a uispiii'uiun mi inr part in iiin
giivemiuent to help Germans instead of
Englishmen, he has urged his friends to
discover the exact limits of their terri
He wishes to auarrel with neither
Onrntnnv nor Eiitrlund. but savs boldly
imt if the Oenmin colonial demands be
granted it would lie more economical to
make ( fermanv a Bin of tne vvnulu tint
ish sphere. Theu British investors
. .n1)tMn m llinnY ,(,, , for
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pounds iiit'v so creuuiousiv uavs um
1. ..I.l... U JUI.H.lk..l II.. Am.
mun MnliucM in thu fin.Hit in Africa, and
..1.1.. 'i. ,,nl- U i.rifu ,MV- ' If
vou think they are lietter ailnpted than
the Enirli-h to dviliw the African, do
1 not give half heartiillv. uldall. in
cM1g KfVI,t. nM.M -wr, ,tt VT,,tft
i snai von near irom me. r-xcessivo aiui-
1 a iuiiv msv oecome an innrmiiv. anu
I ma innrmity til neguin'uce. iiks umer
I diseases, grows till
it is chronic senil-
NEWS IN BRIEF.
A Condamial Ion of Int.m.llng llrm. on
New York state
All the prisoners In the Jail at St. Clalrs-
Tills, O.. esciiied Sunday.
A Are of liicnndlnry nriuin burned some
thirty hoiisi-s in Mica, N. V.
The llendrie a mnntiment will be un
TSllrd at Indlaiiaiinlls, .Inly I.
Yale, with a crew one mini short, lmdly
defeated the heretofore Invinrllile Ata-
A livery barn burned In Lincoln, N'eb.,
ennsiiiiHiig one Unman buried beneath
ths fallen nsif.
John U. t'lirllsle s crrdrntlnls as a sen.
atnr from Kentucky were presented to ths
I senate Bat unlay.
committed suicide at
Youngstnwn, O , by Juuiniim into the
The nirnrrstiins of ths Drat colored Odd
Fellows' hull III Indiana wa mid at in
Capt. Mlelinel I Irs to, of Pittsburg, died
suddenly Hiinlay at his sou's residence
near Ixmlsvllle, Ky.
I irk. P.nn.vlvMnla nllensd will allow ns
Sunday eicursinns over any of inclines
fomprlsiiiK its system.
The blast furnace of the Illinois steel
I . l I lilcrfo. skiiIoiIimI and fcirloll.lv
Immed sad crushed live men.
Ti general awnildr of the Preshyts-
I New York one Hour mun vjueensiowu
tints T days, T hours and Al minutes.
A young mail, stiisweii 10 ne rniitp
Stelultis. of Clni'lnnall, shot mid killed
himself at lliirnrt WooilspsrkS lay.
Train arrived nt Taroina, Wash., at T p.
III. Hnlnrdiiv, toliipletlng Ills iitimnd-tlie-
oriel trio III slxtyeven days thirteen
Home mUmmt fired at ths naltlmors
and Ohio v.Mlicilc I rain. Is-lwis'ti Knsl
, ,, , , .1 .; . ..: . i
quite t . ic Haiti Mils I'lltlllillg SO
III I i Imi ' .oier, although seen, could
mil be I .i .tided.
A movement has been Inaugurated to
erect nt Cl.iit taniMiga an eqiicstrinii status
ofllietoindetlg nil, W II. Forrest.
t ,,.i,iel lllsvo, of I'lttflburg, aged
K years, died suddenly while visiting bis
on 1'iini. t'lniik Uravu. near lsiulsvills,
. I aentuik''.
At rrnvli'ence, It I Louis Mlllanl,
I ... . . I I.IO..I 1... J ,1 II
i agml a, was sin. niiu aiiu-u oy nuriwi ,
I " ' ..... . . .
t,..M,ga. Satnrday. a derado.
Kat Kvans, lu llieaut of insulting aeitp
phsl lUlieruiau, K. T. Norrla, with a kalfs,
ss sliol uy HI. isiver, uruuauiy iiu7.
I Tin Chlcag0Selall.t.iy they believe
EVENING, MAY 20,
the bomb found at the Ilaymnrkct monu
ment was placed there by men opposed to
the pardon of l''luldon, Schwab and Ncobo,
The American Hcliool jiooK company Is
reported to have piirohased r.lml branch of
The American School Hunk company is
the business of Harper Hrotliei-., for a con-
sldunitlon of lietweeu 7.'),0(0 and fl.UoU,
000. The statement Is current that tliuAml
tyvllle, N. Y., iisylum, on Long IhIuuiI, to
which Miss Unmet K. Collin has been
sent, is conducted in a scandalously lu
In accordance with Prosldent Harrison '
orders the, United Hiatus Dug will here
after fly over the White House daily from
sunrise to sunset, instead of on special oo
casiiins as formerly.
Mary Kegan, a pretty young Irish girl
who arrived from Cork Inst week, was ab
ducted from the barge ofltce, drugged, as
saulted, turned out on i lie street, and Is
now iusaue nt the home of her uncle at
The Baltimore and Oliln Hiillroad com
pany contemplates a new issue of 115. OK),
00(1 common stock, for the purpose of pay
ing the II. Mitiug debt of the company, and
acquiring additional terminal facilities ut
uilterent points on Its lino.
Saturday nlulit's storm struck Illock's
hnrdwsru store at I.ucas, 0., and fired Die
building. Citizens began removing the
giKids, when ilfty pounds of dynamite ex-
piimeu, Killing ,lurry Jones and .luliii
Smith and injuring twenty others.
Samuel Whittles, his wife, Heury Whit
tles, aged 10; Samuel Whittles, Jr., aged
12; Levina Buck ley, aged X; Fred buck
ley, aged 3; Willie Buckley, skui! H, and
Willie Turner, aged M, were drowned nt
Watuppa, Muse., Sunday, by the capsizing
of a Ixatt.
At l.ydla, Darlington county, S. C. on
Sutunlay, two Imitliers, young white men,
Murray and Hen. Knott s, were working In
neiu, when an aid iiuarrel was rvneweil.
and Murray shot lieu, tu death. Murray
Is ready to surrender whenever called iiuon
and is uut afraid of a trial.
A drunken man, William Kinney, of
Nashville, 'i'enn., was ejected from an
electric car, and in a mud flinty swore lie
would kill the first man be met. II.
opened his knife and stubbed a young col
ored man, William Thompson, to the
heart., killing him instantly.
The report on the duties on spirits has
been adopted by ths auti-slaverv confer-
nce, mid the riirlous goveruiuenta Inter
est oil hava bean uskud by their representa
tives to Instruct I hem as to the line of ac-
tiou to be pursued by them tow arils Mr.
Sanford's proposition to graduate duties.
James Slocuin, the base hall tilsvcrln
Plug Sing, under death sentence, has been
pertuillud through llirrails of Ids lawyer
ti write a letter to the outside world from
bis underground cell for coiideinued, the
awfulness of whose silence he says Is
worse than death. They are llviug tombs.
MansHuld King, sick and in Juil at
Cluytnu, county sent uf St. Louis county,
has confessed to murder, linrsi-thlcvin.
and divers orimes, among tiiem toti,
roblieryof Mollatt, cashier of the First
National bank of Denver. Miiuslleld lias
beeu recoKiiized by (Hi., assistant cashier
of the bank, as Wells, the bunk rublicr.
Count Herbert lUsmarak has ret urned to
A girl, W rears old, committed suicide
by leaping from the tower uf the fat bedrid
of Notre Dnme, Fans.
Emperor William will start forPeter-
bolT uu Aug. 14. He will bathe guest of
the rzarahout ten days.
A young girl named Ilunter was found
dead liner Altenburg, aud the body had
been mutilated as were thus, of Jack the
Hei r Klamoroth, a lurge factory owner
at llnllHiwta.il, has devoted 3U),0O0 marks
to the establishment of a fund for aiding
merchants lu distress.
The German ciuisiror has Axed his so
journ lu Kussln to extend not over a week,
nnd will tontine bis visits to those towns
only which are included in the maneuvers.
Father Muller, of the Jesuits at Makera,
India, claims to have cured several laer(
by the Count Mettel system. A gentle
man uf ( alcutta nes bad similar suci ess,
It is said,
It is exctd that the czar and osarlns
will arrive In Copenhagen at ths .ltd
of July. 1 he King of Denmark will return
from V elsliaden to receive and entertain
his royal guests.
Two Ku sin u scents have been arrested
at lliirgluia on whose persons were found
40,000 rouble . In their eilects ware thou
sands of Inflammatory proclamations ad
dressed to Koiuellaa.
The Chrouiule states that toe A if loan
state ol t'nyoro which by virtue of treat
ies made by Sir Samuel baker, belongs M
Turkey, tins la-en turned over to (Juriuauy
by the Hritish government.
A few days ugo there died at one of the
hospitals lu Herlln the lust surviving vet
eran of the warsof inn 1.1. lib niiiiie was
Sergt. Langu. He was born In V.U' aud
served iu the L'arolath regimenta.
Ktnperor William in his projected visit
to Euulaud will be accompanied by Chan.
cellor Von Capri vl, who will take occasion
to assure the Hritish premier of Oermnuy s
(smtlnuwl frieiuUhip (or ker majesty's
Prince AMiert Victor, of Wales, heir ap
parent, nicknamed "I ollars aud Luffs,
It is said is bent upon marrying bis
cousin. Princess Mary uf Turk, and of
fers tu waive his claim to ths 1 hrnue If he
may have his choice and a suitable allow
The Iris men al Tipperary organized a
meeting Sunday and overawed th po
lice while O'Hrten, Dillon and O'Connor
made sneeclies; but lu an effort to hold
mother one the police got the better uf
the crowd by a free use of batons uuU dl
The czar pnitHise. to held a large hunt
ing party In Holland during repteiuis-r.
The limit will uxtend ever four weeks.
and ureal preparations have Is-cn made
for It. The Imperial muster uf the hunt
has had I he stork uiouuleil, the result
show ing I bat th prcsui v contains era)
deer. W elks, Wt stags, MO aurochs and
i.t . suuiiy nice.
It is said that in 1S41 a Spanish bark
rlrotmed anchor opposite tlio present town
sits of Coltiniliis City, and neiir the farm
now owned by lies Copier. There was a
largo aim mnt of treastiro nboanl the
vessel and the crew cotispireil to tibtain
nnssession (if It. TIli'V llllltilliiHl, a
sinnted the rnpliiiil and Inirittl the gold
and silver aomnwhi'ro on tliol'opiorriirm.
Some sny Uiut the treasure was buried
before tho captain was killed, and that
the man who bnrted it mysteriously um
appeared immediately afterward. Ol hers
claim Unit it was burled after the mutiny,
and that thu men were frightened away
bv a band of red skins. At liny rate t no
mutineers failed to find the treasure when
thoy returned. Others wno wvaniii nc-
quatnted with the fact that n great for
tune bad Ih'cii tiuneuon or neiu vl'i"J'
ranu nuuiu hiisucccsshh i-,,,,ifc -i
but always with wTiotis cmisisiiiencea to
one or nioro of the setu-cniug imnies.
At a sniritiui Istio uieeting In this city,
soma five or six vours ago, a HtilrittmllMt
olalmisl to have a revelation as to th
Identical spot where tlio- Spaniards hud
covered up their ill gotten wealth. Hev
nr.il HnirlluiLlists. ri'IKisllllf ('(illlldelico ltl
the revolution, visited Copier's farm, nnd
after searching several days tliscuvored
a larire deposit of small rinks at a depth
of a font, and stiPlKised tho money to be
burled ru-neiith it. While they were at
work removing the rooks one of the men
dropped dead. This created such con-
stcrnation among the rest that the party
abandoned their labors.
No furthor efforts to secure the hidden
treasure were put forth until last week.
vnwuie w r""""
when another party went on this wild
iicxiso chase. Among them was William
Matthews, who succeeded in locating the
rock deposit. While delving underneath
it he struck aulas of lmiuuu bonus. Dur
ing the few moments consumed in ex
amining t lieni Matt lie ws was transformed
into n ruviug maniac. After thut his as
sociates also iilintuloned the work. Mat
thews was brought to this city on the
steamer Alarm, and is now under the
cure of friends, who will cause his re
moval to the iiiwmc asylum should he
not soon recover his reason. Portland
(Ore.) Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Ducliesaof Portland has successfully
iiiumim! the tnira examination iu nro aia aiu-
buluuce work at the Welbuck branoh of the
St. John' Ambulance association. The ex-
animation eiuhracod the treatment of wounds,
fractures, dish cation, arturiul bleeding, In
sensibility, poisoning, drowning, burns, scalds
Lotta is rated as the richest single woman
iu tho world who has earned hor own money.
Her wise mother, who is au excellent woman
of business, watches the markets aud invests
the actress' fundi as fast as she receives them.
The Uttle "Marchioness" owns a hotel la Bos
ton, an aDiirtmeut bouse in New York and
other real estate in Washington, Chicago and
Long Branch, besides stuck and bonila,
At the recent uinrriugn of Miss Eiffel, the
daughter of the famous architect, hundreds
if liaskets of Uowers were urougtii to loe
bridal mlr liv the townsfolk, and one floral
Klft was an enormous uest, composed of liles,
roses and orange bliwsoms, in which rested
two milk white, doves. A time honored cus
tom In Corsica makes It obligatory for one of
the friends of the bridal oouple to present a
floral gift of this description.
CUT GLASS NOVELTIES.
Celerydlshesareln fashion like a tiny ca
noe or a tray with straight side.
Cut if lan Imnlsin dishes are leaf shaped, or
they copy a shell or the upturned palm of the
Sweet sounding table belts of cut glass are
the fashion, the shape being that of a goblet
Inverted and with the clapper bung Inside,
The rose bowl, shniied like a globe, comes
in every slso from that of an egg to that of a
pumpkin. It may Iw cut with sufilclent elab
oration to cost fix).
A large souaro cornered cut glass cup with
two handles and standing in a glass piste Is
the newest decoration on the tables of tbe
fashionable filled with flowers.
Cut gloss salad bowls, with a bonier of
sjiarkllng sheila, which radiate light from a
hundred facets, come in square snspasas wen
round. The spring designs are sometimes
three cornered, mid sometimes the model
seems to have tssm a cabbago leaf curled.
A unique afternoon tea set was used recent
ly in "Upper Bohemia." It was etched glass
throughout, the tray being a huge lotus
leaf, and the suipir Isiwl, cream pitcher aud
cups shassl like lotua flowers, while the in
U'l-twincd ten formed tne oanuiee ana toe
fret veined leaves the saucers.
Perhaiw the most famous single specimen
of old ilviant gloss Is the "Luck or Bden-
ball," which Is not a "goblet tall" and was
uever broken, but Is a cup of richly enameled
glass still preserved by the Musgrave family
of Englnud, In Its stamped leather ease,
where It lias been kept since the fourteen
century. St. Louis Post-lllspatcu.
Helping lllm Oak
Tbe Young Man (argumentatlvely) But
don't vou see. Miss Bessie, that when you
reason In that way you are oniy Begging to
The Young woman (Diusning Deauuiuuyi
I am mire, Mr. Peduncle, I I didn't Intend
to to beg vou to to ask me any question?
fHudden mustering up of courage on tee
port of the bashful Mr. Peduncle ana agicaiou
propounding of question Miss Beade had been
waiting to near. voirago inouno.
My rival bought the violet
That grace bar throat so fair,
ADd yet I nifrer no naiels
Twos I who pinned them thees.
New York Sua.
Mtie HurTerett for Twenty vean.
Mvwifc has suffered for fifteen years
iVi.im loiiocstKiii nnd nnmttil menstrnu-
thin. Alter using three laitticsoi nrnn
r,i l,l s I-'cmulc Kcuululor she is now nblc
to do her house work nnd go whcieshc
olctihc. I. W. Davis, Rlornvinn l-nus,
Write Itrm fic il Keen ittor Lomnnnv,
Mlnntn. Cm., for imrliculiirs. By nil
A second hnnd money safe nnd one pair
plntforni scale, umiuirc ai
C. 8. lOiiri'.K,
Or KKL.LV k STRAlHAW
JH PATTIIN AVHNHB.
CAI.I! Ol' VALl'AIILBTllWM'Kiil'uni i.
iv virtue of the authority Investeo in me
... iV.. ...... i,n,l,.r n crlain tired of trust ese
cutcd bv IH-lln atto.ii, M. Hllnlwth Htruup
and I'raiivcs l.. I'rccs nnii ncr .......
Charles W. I'reek. to secure a certain delit
OllVlllllr tO lillll M jrriK'.V line Slllll UCirv ,rr-
nii now dm- nnd wholly utipniill. I will
sell pulillc auction lor cash st tne court
, ,i....v I,, ,1,,. ciiv oi Asnrvoie ,i.
,fJ noon on the Itrst Monday In June
iliclng the anil), a certain house and
l.. In hr .11 v of Asllcvilte. to-wlt : the
I.., L,,.,u n us Nunils'r X'l. ol Mcllowell's nil-
.o.i.... ... ,h ,.i,v uf Aslicvllle: for a mon-
partii'Ular ilcscrlplloll oi wnicn rorrrmT In
licrcliv mnde to the records of mortgages,
,lc, l an. I trusts, Hook No. I, page inj. In
the Kegistcr's ulllnf "f llulicom' e couniy,
w here said deed ol trust Is registereii.
w i i.i.i Am u. nnnnpiii
nnr'J4llliinll thu Trust..
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. nOOHS. )
()wn dully, esccpt Sundays, Irom 10 s. m.
until 1 p. m and until n p.
The terms of suliscrlpllon are: One year
J: 0 mm., l.0o; 8 nios., Si 1 1 mo., nuci...
dally a els.
nili.-rr. for I Mtii I President, Charles W.
Woolscv l Vlcc l'rrslilrnl, Thus. A. Jones ; nee.
and Treasurer, l. a. Watson; Librarian, Mlsa
Ii. J. Hatch.
Cltisrns and visitors are cordially Invited
to Insisit the catalogue and Inscrllw their
names ns rat mliers. lanltodtf
. . ATri
- H 11 f iJ Q II II V UN I LI
10 mile Mouth of Asheville, on A, Ar S. K. H.
Per Month - o mt
Per Week "
Per Day 800
lllnncr and Tea I'artlrs on one day's notice.
Thoo. A. morrla, Prop.,
Ardca, N, C.
Tho Standard Cocoa of Europe,
Tho Coming ono of America.
Van Houten's has fifty ftr
cent, more of the flesh-fonning!
elements of cocoa than Is ob
tained by the best processes of
other manufacturers. i
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing all over the
world, certify to this immense
saving, and by Van Houten's
special process only can this
B9-TAM Hodtzsj'. Oocoa ("one. tried.
slwA..Md" pou.MM th. f rest adnata,
of Usvini no injurious sSmui on th. nwrsa.
Ayawsv Ho nondw, thmfon, that In all
nsru ol th. world, tbl. ('I Oonst Is m-
aaowndad AT ssadleal ssam. la1nd afl
uiA and tkm - other eoaoa. or eh.
olataa, er Sally ne by huaraa r
sdaUa, h.l. ADd ucA. rxa sna poor. AAA lor
And poor. Ask fore
MAAT. tt I
Vas Bourn's sad Ask, s ouw,
That Help to Ouro
taste of the
COD UVER OIL
is dissipated in
( Of Pnro CimI Liver Oil with
OB X-IlstE AND SODA.
The patient suffering from
nnoi'HiTi, rorH, coi.n, on
WAHTIMl DIHF.ANKH, may take Hi"
ri'medy with as much satlsfActlou as he
would ! milk. Physicians srs preserlh.
Ins It everywhere. It I. a serfrrt em.Llna.
sad s wosdrrful flrsh prislsrer. TaktHOQlhtr
KiiKlltth and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL.
For many yearn Associate Principal of Mt.
v.'ra, m In.tltute. Baltimore. I
Assisted by a corp. of compentent teacher.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKSMITHINQ.
eAnriiiMM nt Asheville and vicinity I
I ....il,l Mninium tbsl at mv shoo, on College
I street, nest to Wooiltiury-. .tables, I am bet
ter prepared tnan ever to ao wora in my
Wagons, llugglea and Carriage, manufact
ured. Kenniring and horse-shoelng are .pe-
dnltie., nnd perfect .ntlslactlon guaranteeo.
Mv workmen are esuenenwu sag
my charge, are moderate.
At a bargain, 4 or S Milk Cow. Apply be
tween 3 and 8 o'clock at
GUORrll A DAIRY,
1 hi i Charlotte atrect.
Registered Jersey Bull for service. Price
S3 (Ml, guaranteed, mays dtl
B. F. P. BRIGHT,
MFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Apply to us during the Incoming week to
ivnt the Rock Quarry on th opiHisit ld
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and th
NINB TIINKMIINT HOt'SHS
near by. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
By virtue of n deed of tmst etecuted lo m
on the illst dny ot August, IKH0, by J. A.
Hrntnmond and flora L. Ilrummond, his
wife, to secure the pnyment of th on, of
Hlght Hundred and Seventy-Seven Hollars
nnd Thirtv-Three Cents, hearing Inlerest at M
tier rent, from sum uate, i win oner mr p
in the highest bidder for rash, at the eoiirt
house door In the city of A.hevlll., on th
lth day ot June, imo, a "omn i"V'."
panl nflnnd, situated on Valley slrret In th
Iltv of Asheville, particularly Hcrlb '
iil'il deed ol trust, n-glstered In th. Heait(T s
Othce la Hook HK.nd onnng. iyHUU
TO WEAK nil
amr.ws.Un wwsknM, lo.ld,rh,I will
nsrUralsn for hom. i
r,rilffef aaega. A
and wsAUUkA AASlM,
BlMdul BMdleal vara
aevS dw ly
ASHKVtLI.lt, N. C.