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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 1800.
Inherited Scrofula. 8wlft'a Rpecirte (R. 8. H.) cured mr little boy of bereiliterr scrofula, which bruka nut (II over bli (an. For year he had uiToreil, ami t bad given up all hopes of his reouvory, when at length I decided tn nmi s. 8. 8. Al ter using- few bottles he was eulirely cured. Not a symptom new remalua of the disease. This was three years sgo. JUBS. T. L. kUTHKKs, Mathersvllle, Miss. In the early part of last year I had a vio lent attack of rheumatism, from which I waseonftnedtomybed for over three months and at times was unable to turn myself in bed.oreven raise the rover. A nurse had to be in constant attendance day and night. I was so feeble that what little nourishment I took had tn be given me wiib a spoon. Af ter calling in the best Ineal phvslcians, and trying all other medicines without receiving any benefit, I wa Induced by friends to try wlfi's HpeelBo (8, 8. g.) I discontinued all other mediolnes, and took a cnuine of H. H. 8. thirteen small bottles, wbicb affected a com plels And permanent eure. L.C. BAasKT, Kl Dorado, E ansae. Treatise cm Blond and Skin Diseases mall dfna. a) WlIT riCIVIC CO. Atlanta,!. oct 28dkw1y I'kOFESSIOSAL C Ah' 1)S. 'dentist. A. S. Graham, D. D.S. Ofncf Over J. H. Law's Rtnrc, ttouth Muln stmt. Nitrous oxide or laughing gna administered lor the painless extraction of teeth. Ootd and porcelain crowns attached tn tbe natural roots of terth, thus uvohllng the use of pistes. All operations pcrtninlng to dentistry skill fully performed. Prices rrnsotinhtrnnd satis faction guaranteed. feli'J "DR. B. FT ARRINiTON. " Office rooms on Pitttnn avenue, over the clothing store of C. II. Illiintun Co. Residence corner of Wuuiltin and Locust etrecu. Thhii. P. Iiavihsiih, Titos. A. Junks Raleigh. Jas. I). Mahtik, Ashrville Aahrville. JJAV1II80N, MAKTIN At JUNKS, Attorneys and Counsellors ut Law, Ashevllle. N. C. Will prullcein the 11th nnd 13th Judicial Districts, nnd In the Supreme Court of North Carolina, and in the Federiil Courts of tlte Weatem District of North Carolina. Refer tn Hunk of Ashevllle. iltsel T. H. conn. t. o. MKMMIWON. QOUIt ac MKKRIMON. Attorneys and Counsellors lit Lhw. Practice In all the courts. I Mice: Noa. 7 and it, Jnhnstnn bulldliiK. dUe w. w. fONKa. JON Hit Hlll'I'ONIl iistt. A. SlireilMII. Attnrmy at l.u. Ashrville. N. C. Hractlrs In the Stlierior Cnurts ,,l West' .n North Carolina, the Hupreme Cotiet of tin State, and the Federal Courts nt Aslievilie. Olnee in Johnston liuililin:, whereoiK- mem brr of the nmi can always be fouml. dtnovll J A. TliNNUNT, Architect and Contractor. Plans, enecifteatinne and estimates fur nished. All work in my line contracted for. and no chariree for drawings on contracts awanleo me. Rcfcrcurea when drslrcrl. office: No. 1 1 Hendry llloek, North Court Mqnare, Ashevllle, N. C trhlUill Be" DOUOLAaH. U. II. 8. OENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST., Over Grant er VYlngrtt'e I 'rug store. Residence, No. VN tOtiley Si. feliliHll v R. II. KHKVKS, U. U.S. I II. K. SMITH, II. U.S. Dm. Reeve & Smith. DKNTAI. OFFICK In Connelly ftultdlng, over Redwood's Store, Pntton Avenue. Teeth catractcd without pinn, witl. tbenew anivsthetir, and all cases of irregularity cor rected, el. Kill I. - RAMSAY. D. U.S. Dental Office i In rlarnard llnlldlng lintrnncrs. I'nlton Avenue anil Main Street, febilttillv ftrill'N M. FIUL.lt. Graduate Optician. Main Street. All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cor rected. Hour for examination H 1 1 13 a. in.. 3 to ft p. m. Julu dtf NISCELLASEOVS. Vf.1. R. PENNIMAN, PROPRIKTOR III' THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS, Aabevllle, N. C. P. O. Bom P. tnarlSdly iRATT'S ASTRAL ABSOLUTELY SAFE I PERFECTLY ODERLE88! Burnt In any Limp without dinger of Exploding or taking tiro. Set that you gal (ho genuine. For aalo by BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO., ASIIIIVILI.K, N. C. sept detwlv MOTHERS LFftlEND" DIMINISHES 1--" - r JMua IRADFIELD sp3ldwl F. W. VESEY & SON, florists and landscape gardeners, Orcenhoaeee, No. 01 Chestnut etmi North Main and Merriment " cSt Bertdli HInte.H.r,l.Ro, rte .eu Lay out around., drives and walk. m.k. "MOTHEP'Ti U'J . s.' e mr i in i hii ii MGULATPR CaAnANTrnt Torriflc Explosion In a Colliery in Wiilc. An Estimate Places the Nurrv bar of Dead at 160, Or the Nearly rnur Hundred Imprisoned About Two Hundred are Rescued, Most of Them Uninjured, 'iut Several fatally Hurt-Pour Hurvlvii s Report Reaps of Dead tn the Mine. London. March la. A terrific explo sion occurred Moml;iy in the Mora colliery, in IHainoigmishire, Wales), winch will be atteuclrd witli muoa loss of life. Nearlr 4eo t ntomliert. It is etateil that nearly 100 miners were impnaonpa in ine Jin.na oniiwrr. ADout .ut) hare liera rooupl front the work' infra nenroat the main shitft. Moat of thorn were uninjitml, but Hovorul wtre fatally hurt. Owinit to later liravr fulls of Henri the exilners are prevented iroin wnniraiitifr trie woras, wnicn are rarraued by cliolte clump. Now and again a body is being hrotifrlit to the sttrfare, but the work of revovprinff thPcorpneH is slow. A further fall of dehriH has complntely btonked the pit ana ren.icron all attnipta to oue the impriKonod minors futile until the muiw run be cleared away. The latest estimato nlitoen the numbar of aeaa at hhi. I'a .ad Over Hasps of Dead. Four of the entomlied men auceeswleil in orawhnK llirough a crevice between rnn roor or tne mine nmt the debris. They report that they paau-d over heaps of di-ail minora and exuroai the belief thnt none of the other enlomhod man are alive. Dynamite Ouas. BlftMlNOftAM, Manh 13. The dyna mite gun and tnr)nilci ihrnwor in nourea oi ron. miction inm i.y i.teut .lamea v (.rovdim. lala of the l'nit,d Statos navy. ia AifraiHin-; ron.ileriilile attention. The (run is or lifuvn in'hra cnltlire, and in exHctod to be i aialil of throwinic 600 pounds: of dvnamite n distance of throe mill's. A public demonstration will lia made arly in itay under the auspice oi hw rK!ihn Kovernmont. imicial rHprew-ntalivi'a of Kihhib. tilv. Snain. Turkey ami Itoiimnni.i are awuitlnirthe result oi I ne experiment with much in' teruat. Here Tan Tinea Keelsjns. Pkmth. Iairh 13 The Kmperor, nirr ion iis'aanii lount von n.apar rr. hold a conference Tueadar. tn con. hitler the ministerial situation. It ended in the rc.ijiiat:iin of ferr Von Tbua t'rotn the lliin,'.'ii inn premiership. Count on ntmrry was ap ointea on Hw euc eeior. There wore no other changes in the cnliinpt. Ministry designs, Hri omnn, March 3. All the mom liors of the Servian ministry tendered tlteir re.iii;nati.in t- t Iie regent Monday. The latter lie- lined to accept the resigna tion!!, mid negotiations are in progress looking to a xettlcnti nt of the troubles which brought about the ministerial crMd. Kmln I'nohn's New Field. IIkki.in, Mun-h .'J.-TheVnsaisi-lie Zei lttn says that east Africa and southw est Alr.i u will !a made iuiieriitl colonies, ami that I he (tovernincnt of the former will lie ailminutered by Kmin 1'anha. Foreign Notes, Mllver ore in quantities baa been discovered at N'ncoll, n.ni- Kkateindoslnv, Kueia. It ia swui-oftli'liilly announced that the now n-ii listac will h convened on April 13. Dr. Kopp, bishop of llreslau, has Ixwu a laiinteil a delegate to the Berlin labor con ference. Tbe llriu f Browne and Wlngmva, melt era and roflnnra and dealei-s iu bullion, Lon lou, have tailed. Their liabtlltiea are tX), OKI. lierr Vohsen, (tar man eonaul at Zanzibar, lias oonelmted on twli:ilf nf the Merman Bast Afri'-a eninpany, in which be is a director, a tienty highly favorable to the Hermans. A ne salt trust I In process of formation with the object of mntMlling aud develop ing tbe Milt deposits in the Winiford dis trict, wliicb promt i a phenomeually large yield. The roslkmation of 8iguor Blancheri was amiouticiii In the Italian chamber of depu ties. Prime Minister Crlspi moved that the reeignntioo lie aot accepted, and tbe motion aaa unaiiinioiialy adopted. A terride encuuutr between Turkish imope and a band of brigands has taken plai at Klasnnua. The Turks succenlod ia distprsing the brigaiida, but bait twenty killed iu the fight wuile tke brigands lost mly six. Prince Blsinan k, reolyhig to an address of the peasants' uuion. promisee to continue as far as bis itrengtn will permit, to work In the interests of agriculture, fostering the farming industry by lefrislation as far as possible, and relieving it from unequal taxa tion. The French eip.irt chamber has psasad a rcsolut Ion thinking M. Kpuller, minister of tnri'ign affnira, for the attitude nf the gov srnnient In resiet't to tbe bill Introduced in Ibe American congress, the provisions of which, the resolution anya, will tend to ex clude the litiiortatinn Into ths United States of foreign dry goods. Under the name and title of Roger Doughty Ttrhlmrne, baronet, Arthur Orton, the Th'bhome olaimnnt, was nominated as the Horns Rule candidate for 8toke-on-Trent to fill tbe raeanry in the bouss of commons, awls by the resignation of nllliaa iMtbam Hrluht, Home Ruler. He failed. however, to deposit his share nf the election expenses, and the nomination was, therefore, canceled. WORSE THAN LAORIPPE. A Hew and Horrible Malady from Whleh the Victim Seldom Wakes. New YultK, March IS. A Dunlnp cable from Drnaden says: A mysterious epidemic has appeared at Hclavoniah, Keeck ami I reylMTg, near tins city, Three death" have taken place in two days at Kawvk ami two at Krevberg. '1 hoa who have Is en attacked retired to h..d in ono.1 kid rite and stent in some eaaea twenty to fnrty-eiifht hours. All etlorU to awaken tiie patienta were un availing, and the bodies apieared to have decomposed during sleep. (Ireat fears are entertained that the malady is contagions A DANGEROUS POSITION, rorty-righl M.'H luiMi'lsoneil In ( alssnas at Kansa. City, ST. leitriK. Alitroh 13,-Thn following waa received from Kansas it r Monday night: Korty-elglit men working in caissons in the rieer at surrounded asr a sud den breaking up of the in1', and lira in iiuniiiieru pern oi uii'ir inen.ii oeiua Impossible to reach thorn, 'I her know nothing of the situation which they are In, as the break up occurred since they went to work. Ir Tltvmae lr.eenemle Kntert allied, Nw Oki.kanh, March IS, fllr Thomaa Ramnnde. the Irish louder, arrived her by the rkiutlietn i'noilic railroad, an route rmni Australia to Lonoon. tie wns met at the depot by a committee of the Irish-American club and escorted to the club room, bere a reception waa ex tended to the visitor and an address of veiooaqa mad by President Bernard Mcf'loskev. A number of prominent cogens wore prenr. in aa interview flir Thnniflj a . i.l U,.A 1 - ......... - o.-.., .id i'wu nn hi iioiii homo nearly eighteen montlis, arid bad cuuocwu at.Hviuu i.ir tne insn oatise, NEWS IN BRIEF. Vandansatlnn af Interesting Items aa Various Salileets, Stock of enrn on hand is now the largess over reported in Muron. Ths great Kelly gas well at Marlou, lud,, is oa th e and can't be put out. Bert Stalter, aged U. had bis head out off oy tbe cars at Huntington, Ind. Andrew Banborn and Oeorge Kettles were arrested at Bull Kun for counterfeiting. Indiana Kervica Penaiou asMwiation in dorsed ths Ingall und the Cheadle hilk Lsmia Leach wna arrested at I larrodsburg, Ky., Sunday night on a charge of forgery. Kirs destroyed Cost's hominy mill, St r reunion, inn. Leu, iiu.onoj iuauranco, a. mui ' At Bookwalter. O.. the schools have beau closed on aoccount of ths provulenos of measles. Washington's father waa buried at Wnba. field, Va., by tits side of his tint wifo, it is now oiunnea. The poll-tax revenue oa Chinese at the port of Vancouver ut January, tMX), was t3,J agaitut It-V) in tiie same, mouth last year. The kens and buggy of W. R. lStherina ton were stolen while the owner was at tending church Sunday night at Kirkwood, Obio. Oeorgen P. Tjaden, treasurer and gouernl nanagnr oi vnarcer Uag Camp, .Modern Woodmen, of Peoria. 111., is miaahnr with tl.000. Andrsw Ewmg, ot Alliance. O.. fell down an elovator abaft at the shop of C, Aultman & Company, at (Jantou, 0., Monday, and was very seriously injured. Hector C. Havoraeyor. who died at Pnria reoeutly, lett sn estate worth l'J,500,000. His will gives I3.yt.00l) to chailtahls Institu tions aim ths rest goes to relatives. Two thousand shh tmakers of Now York. mostly women, bore struck aicninst a refusal of the bosses to reduce the hours from four teen to ten and to provide machines. Con.'r.-nin Uutterworth accomrjaninl Herman Uoepper, of Cincinnati, liefore the ways and means cooiinltloo, snd onnwod any further incrviae of tho dntv ou hoiM, C. B. llenkle, a book keeper of tbe Olohe l.lghl and tleat company, t.'bicago. boa Utiu in wing since March 4. A irtinl examina tion of bis accounts reveals a shortage of -."SI. The statement of the deiiartment of aerl. niitiire shows that Hie a;oekof corn en hand is the largest ever roimrted in March U7U.. 0 0.0110. There are I.Vi.ufKi.OOO b tubals of n neat oa hand. Advices from Hensrs. Mex.. state tkst on tbe th Inst., a posse of Mexicnna overtook and bad a fight with six Apie-he IimIImus. One Indian and one Mexican were killed aud another Mexican wounded. Mayor Scott, of Uiorl, lud.. claims to have disctivei-ed a ahnrl ige of til,0u0 in the accounts of Herman llansli er, form -rly city tnaktirnr, who has boon dead for several years. The alleged shortage is believed to be an error. Senator Stanford hns introduced a resolu tion in the senate favoring loans of public money to farmers on real estate security at i or ; per cent, interest as a means of relieving the embarrassment of tbe agricul tural tnuuktries. At Owen Hound, Out., the hardware es tablishment of. It. P. Buchart & lli-other, aud the furniture wararooms of H. Br.-ckinridite A Sons were burned. Several nersons were uurt by falling walls, among them tbe Kire Marshal, Thomas Gordon, wiinee injuries are serious, me lis Is Itl'i.KJO. A large assignment of votUm seed baa been received iu Oklahoma, which will be dis tributed amoug tbe settlers linmeillat. lv. and planting will begin at once. There promises to be a large acreage of cotton in Oklahoma this year, tbe soil snd climate being admirably adapted to cotton growing. Tbe trial of Hkerilf James A. Flack, his son, William I,. Flack, und Lawyer Joseph Minks, who are indicted for conspiracy with Judge Ambrose Monell. since deceased, bas been begun in tbe Near York court of Over and Terminer. The conspiraoy consisted of trying to procure a divorce lor rJuerUf flack from the letter's wife. Omver Cleveland was recently offered the presidency of a gJO.ilOO.OOO company, organ ised by Englishmen to operate in this country. Guggeulieimer & Untormever were the attorneys for the svndicatfli Through tbeui a .V),0lX salary was tempt ingly piacen neiore the el-prceMeut. but ds- clineii. Mr. Cleveland's friends, who know of bis declining all such offers, regent It as ludlcatlve'Of his set purpose) to go back to tae wute House. A BURGLAR CONFESSES. fttorr af the rl ef the Man Killed Hy Paraner rrengla .tear Ci-e.tllne, O. Man-sfiki.o, O., March 13. Philip Sellers, of liudonville. who was arrest ed at that place last .Saturday, as an ac complice of tioorge M. Davmey, she burglar who waa shot anil killed by farmer Justin F. Frengle, near Crest line, Feb. IS, has made a full aud com plete confession. ISellera. who Is about w years of ace. claims that he mot Davmey at Crestline, where he went to visit his sister, and that ha had never seen him before that day. baviney asked hiiu if he did not want to uiukc some money, and then unfolded the plan to rob the Frengle house. After the attack and the killing of liaviney and the wounding of Hellers the Iut tor went to the home ot his suiter, where his wound was dressed by him self, and he procured a hut and returned to Ixnidoni die on an early truto. He claims not to have known that Daviney waa killed until nearly a week later. He related the same storv in sub stance as bold by Frengle regarding tho entering of the house and the struggle and shooting by Frengle, all of which was fully covered hv the United Prase dispatches at the time. Evidence against Sellers Is so strong that he considered a full confession thai best thing for him. LITTLE BABY 8TEWART. She Has He Parents, but Has Claim Worth 18,000, RnrHFWTKR, N. Y., Maroh 13. Whon the terrible wreck near Buffalo last Thursday night deprived Baby Stewart, the liVinont Its-old girl, of father inl mother and left her miraculously pro. tex ted from harm between their corpses, It thrust a pernlcxing question on the com munity. Ha by Htewart is not a Iwggar as she will inherit sS.OoO life insurance, and her claim against the mU (shorn road for to.OiHI each for the death of her parent ia oortuinly good for flO.OOo more. In ooneeticuct numerous people have ottered to adopt the little wife. Her only relatives sio her graiidiarent on her mother's side, who live in Van Wert, . . hut so far they have done nothing for the little beggar with clnims worth Ih,iki. The baby will not sulfur, however, aa Mr. Stewart's business part ner, E. T. Hlmona, baa her interests tn hand. 0UTRAQI0U3LY MAZED. Bough Treatment or a Young Man at an Kan flairs, Wis,, High School. EauClaikk, Wis., Mart 13. Will iam Dudley, a young man of 18, son of the pastor of the First Congregational church, was outrageously haed by lon young rttlHaiis Monday afternoon at tho Wsahington high school, Just after school Joseph Alexander, son ot a mem ber of the board of education; George Modregor, son of the principal of tho high school, and eight others, fell upon Uudley, dragged him down stairs, mAlinrlnrl efiilFgai-l aaail atli eswVwwl kiin Ia uvuuiirut wuim a ea fisui'll'ng llltis, wtW his trousers and wound up by otitting otf close to tne uenu a large paten ot natr with a pnlr of horse clippers. The lia.crs aiv w no nnvsieu.. A New-paiiiir's Offer. Pltlt.ADEi.i'Hi , March 13. The Times prints tho following in its editorial column: 'Hie Times 'tihlishimr com pany, nf Philadelphia, will pay a reward of Sl.OiKl to the person or persons who may discover and hrinK to conviction in the .New Jer-ov courts the murderer or murderers of Annie Lecouey, The money will be promptly paid on the loint certuicute or tne ..utige wbo tries. and the prosecuting attorney who prosecutes, tne case, niter I lie tlnai ootv victionof the murderer or murderers, A Landslide t'ailses Two Deaths, Riiahta, C'al., March 13. At Weavers- ville last Friday a landslide caused large laxly of water to rush down the gulch in which two miners, John and James Snowden were working, and urownmg tncui uotu. THt LOWER MISSISSIPPI. Indications That There's Going to Da a Flood, and a Dig One, Too. Nbw York, March 15. A special from St Louis to 1 he rimes. Monday said: There is going to be a Hood, and a very serious one, in the country along the Mississippi, There vt 11 he great loea to property, and probable loss of life. The Ohio and Its Tributaries. The Ohio and its tributaries are very high; the upper Mississippi aud .Missouri are high, and rising here and above, aud rain has hceu falling here and in the northwest. The snowfall in the moun tains hue been very heavy, and the mild winter makes it a certainty that this snow will melt early. Situation at Cairo. The situation at Cairo has been grow. ing more serious daily, and may be said to have reached a crisis. The country for miles is under water, and hundreds of people whose homes are in the bot toms have sought refuge in the high lands. Hundreds of farms ia Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky are completely suomerged, In many cases families are living In noat nouses or rafts, w die in other in stances, people whose houses are on slight elevations, stick to them with water all around. There has been great loss of live slock, but no human lives have yet been lost More than half of the oitv of Cairo ia submerged, and biisinnw in paralyzed. the only means of communication being by boot. Thn levees in the vininitv still stand the strain, but the water "hacks' up in the rear doors of the oity as it were. levees Not Safe. Oreat efforts and thousands of dollars have been spoilt on the levees along the lower Mississippi, and the lxmti of the contractors made tho p.siple believe they were sale. I hero cerlautlv has been good work done, but a chain is only as strong aa its weakest link. The tieople nere were aroused to a knowledge of this fact by the breaking of the levee near the town of Ai kaa-as City, where the embankment was built almuut wholly of sand, when the water once got through there seemed to be no stopping of it, and within twenty-four hours there was acrvvice sixty feet wide and rapidly widening. 1 lie breaks let the water in one of the richest sections in the world. Every man capable of handling a shovel lias been pressed into service, nnd an army is at work, but with scant hope of accomplishing much. Worth HuiiflrvdH of ltollura. Mv wile used imlv two bntilea il "Mother's Friend" before her third con hiirttH'tit. Savs she would not la- with- uit it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half as much trouble ns betore. Hock Mii.ks, Lincoln Pnrish, I.n. Write 1 he llradheld Kig. Co.. Atlanta. Cut., tor particulars. Sold by nil drug gists. Nothing Succeeds LIKE SUCCESS. The mmnn KAHAIM Ml CHOI Hi KII.I.HK 1m the nti tut wonilftiul tnrd-lt-.nr, in lit-i'iium it him never fnileil in liny in HtHnce, nu nuitn-r whitt the iHrivime, iroin LKI' Ht HY to the MinipW rtt dirunfU' known tutliehu mnn nywtrni. The Hcfttitifte mm nf to-day r I i in nmt prove thnt every tJiM CftHC i CauHed by Microbe, AND RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER Kstrrmlniitra the Mlcrola nnd drives them out of tbe system, nnd when that is tlene vou cannot hnve an nehe or tniln. No mat. ter whnt the disease, whether a simple ense of Mnliirin Prver or a ciimhlnation ol dis. eases, we eure them all nt the same time, us wr treat nil diseases constitutionally. stlimi(, Consiiii'iitiiin, Ciitnrili, limn cuius, Khctwwtism, Siilmy awl l.ivcr lliseiisv. Chills imil Vt'cr, I'imak Trrwhlcs, in nil its tiirms, ami, in fact, every Disease known to the 1 In mini System. BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. Her that our Traile-Mitrk tsnttii' us ttbovel niHars ou eueh'jug. Send fur bonk "History of the Microbe Killer." given away hv j. h. ;rant, Ph. Ci., Hnlc AkiiiI. Anbevlllc, N. C. nov!7 illy tn tri nun TLANTIC COAHT LINK On und ufter thin rifttr the folluwlnir irhed. tilen will he run over tin "Columbia IMvloion." No. n;i Lenvi'n Colutnhln 5.20 p, m. ArrivcR nt Chnrlc.ton 0.30 p. m, No. fta l.enveit Chnrkiiton 7.10 h. tn. ArrWei ntColiiinliin 11. nn a. tn. Cnm.rt.tinu with trnintt to nnd frtim nil point mi the Chttrlotte, Columhin & Au KiintH nnd Columbia U tlreenvillc Kaltroadn. imtiy. T. M. UMUKHON, Ota. I'ftM. A(rt. I W 11KVTNK. Hen, Hunt. HIM LAMIKHT AM HlitfT UUUU'l'UU IN TUB BOUTII. CHEMICAL AND' ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES OF II. C. Woltcreck&Co. CONHt LTINO CHKMIHT ANII UtNINO KNUtNKHKst. Analyiei of Metnln, Orrn, Con! or Coke, Mitt- crni nnieri r cruiiicm, etc, 1'HICB L18T ON APPLICATION. M liHt.it nroiicrtv Invcitlirated. develoncd. hoiiKht nnd Hfld, Lorn'fiponnence nonet tea. Bntniilci enn he -tent hv in nil or exttremi. If Rent by exprrMR, ehnrKen mtint he prepaid. ,Kcnu wanieu in every pi ace. Chattanooga, Tenth tlH. H WOLTCKBCK, novo d wl j MauKtr. MISCELLANEOUS. ONB RXIOVS Rnth. tllA lOMtlwiil .ml eAulillu aihsn Svrnn uf Fiira is tflkpn! if ia nlpnunnt mid refreshing to the taste, aud acts .1.. ...r......l .1 ir- i Buiijr yet, iiruiiiiiiy nu me Aitiueys, , . totll ptrpotilnll v rlldnpla nf,l,1s KauI fjiver Mill. 11 iweis. e esuwa inn .v. aches antl fevers nmi cures habitual CDimtinntion. Srrtin nf Fiira ia flio I , - I - c - -u,..i i' i.:.i ..... .',, iciiicio ui .10 muii vivr lilu 1... -.1 1 . .1 - . .iiii'ii. iiiMiiHinir Til run Tiiaia an, nn. centulile to tlin stoiiincli. iirnnnvl. in , ; " , 1 I its actum ami truly beneficial in its eflects, prepared only froiii the most iiriiiiuy nun ngiet'niiiu DiiiieiunceH, ite many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the must popular remedy known. Hrrun of tVn is for sale in ROc and 81 bottles bv nil lemlinir rlrntr. gists. Any reliable drtiKpist who IllflV nnt. I111VA It nn 1mii,l n'ill nin. cure it promptly for anv one who wwiies iu try . jjo not accept any suiisiiiiiie. CALIFORNIA Fin SYRUP CO. 8'l HIANCI.1CII. Pitt. ininsvnif. n. f noun, M.r. For uvntleint-n. A perteei nhoe at 11 itutdirnte eii 1 ry u pair 01 mir Hiuviaittew in ifi-ntle' nntt'i.ffntwtnr. ai ..l.tm,$l-.no. $.M.nn,$a.i.u( SeJ.fin and $l.oo. l-vorv imir wnritmti-d. Hi ntnine our Ktvinltlt h ft.r ladit-H at $4.00, $-.lt'J. $L'.n atiil Alf.oo. iiiiescillrd for .-om. tort. tiuniiiiTlty antl tvle. iiHmt nn hnvitiiz thr nritHnul M. A. Pnckard Hi Co.'h Shtrt-H. The ut-nuine huve our ataniii on hnt'ntn ot enrh nhnc. Si-nt punt uuid to liny pnri tn wit- 1 . ts. on reeeipt 01 pnt.i M A. PACKAKI) X CO.. Hruckton. Man. For ole in Atthevilh-hy H. REDWOOD & CO. auftl 1 deod Hino u we tri Street Cur Schedule. HrKinning at H.li'A a. m. HndinR 10.00 p. tn. Cnr lenvei Sniiure tor iHont ever v hour and halt hour. Car h ave Suunrc for Melke'n. iMmlilrdnv nnd Cfinipl'atinn 7 ininuteM ulter each hour anil hall hour. Car leaven Metke'n. ftntibltdnv nnd Cmnp rat ton nnnuteit Intore eath hour und halt hour. tv.hrdtile cars conrnrt nt Siunre. Trmn ear me tn every train, tine valine al lowed each pHMHenutT. 1 1 1 It AKH KVI l.l.l. RTKKHT HV. 1.(1. TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. Palaci STiAMin. Low Rare Four Trip1 per Wak BMerwn DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND PsttOtk, HftUlt tm Mart., tad LftlW llurou W .y Porta, vary W.k Day BvtwMn DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Sasvlai Htindty Trip during Jur., July, Auajutt w4 Mfl. Doubl" Dlly Liu" U" wrn CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH. MICH. Our Illustrated Pamphl't-, RatsM .ind Esntitl n Tiok'n will (11 -ttahi.il bv von-Tlok Aaiif in d C. 8. WHlTCOf,, 0. P. A.. P.th.-. M.m.. Ontrolt and OIvlund 6-to am Nnv. Co may 18 Til It ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., 1 Y. M. C A. ROOMS. ) Open dally, except Sunday, Irom 10 a. m. until 1 p. tn., nnd 4 until 0 p. ni. Theterot of nulntcrlptlon arc: One year 6 moi., l.ftO; .1 noa., $1; I mo., AOrt.; dally 3 cU. Oittcem for Ihihi reidcnt, Charle W. Wool gey ; Vlce-!reiiUnt. Thou. A. Jonen; Hec. andTreanurer. I, H. W at Hon; Librarian, MIm B.J. Hatch. CitUenM and viNltor arc cordially Invited tnnect tnr cainiofnir aim iimenne ineir on men an memlierH. Junaodtr ?OK HALK. An AHnn Ruunre Piano, wood n new. Will be Hold cheap. The lntrumrnt may be aeen nt C. I'alk'a mtmlc Ntorc. North Mnln ntrect. T. W PATTON, Jani.fi dt Adnt'r of Kdward Weddtn. AND FOR 8AL.lt, af In iiurnunnee of the nrovltlnna of a certain written contract executed by nnd between the underpinned nnd John Mrown on the 7th dnv of iit-tober, 1hk, nnd on nccount of the failure of aald John hrown nnd of hl aHfiirnec, J. H. Hiuiifi, 10 cum lily with the con dtUtiin of mild contract, und HiKlinK thnt nftrr dolttK urrnt dnmaKC antl vominittlnc wimte on nald Ihnd mild Ilrowu haw nNHiKncd hid intercut the rein toj. tt. Hnmn, I nhull ex tin. to mile at nubile auction lor cant! at the court .mime door In the city nt Anhrvllle at 1 o'clock meridian, on Mondav. the lt day of Manh, 1nio. the tract of land on which the uuid John lirown Nititneretulore re lilrd, IvImk on the went aide of the Prcnch llroad river nnd between nnld river and the Oortnnn bridue road nnd the Turkey creek rond, ad,oinlHu the Innda of W. V. Smith, Newton owrnny nnn itinera, for more par tictilnr dcMcrlntlon reference ia made to the deed worded In Honk 0. pa Ken 13d, 137 and 12H In the Kt-Khiter'a ofllce of Huncombc county. marildtda KICHiuoNii risAKmiN. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING. To the citlit'iis nf Ashevllle and vicinity I vvuulil iinnoulH'e thnt nt my shops unCulh'KC street, next tn Woodbury's stnttlcs. I am tie! ter prepnreil thnn ever tn ilo work in my line. Wnuuna, HuiikIcs antl Cnrrlnaea manufnet urrd. Keiiiilrlntf and horsenihuclnaT are ee. eiilltles, anil perfrct satisfaction icnarnnteed. My wnrauien are csitcncncea anu eauiiuiuua my vharKce arc muUvrnU. navuti a s. sisnuns. $2.99 Shoe. MISCELLANEOUS. MACK, STADLER & GO,, -MANUFACTURERS OP- PERFECT FITTIK'Jr FINE CLOTHING 109 & in West Third St., Cincinnati. For Sale by all Leading Clothiers. jnn2!i d3m THE"HICKORY INN." HICKORY, N. C. Electric LiKbts. Gits, Hut antl Cold Wuter Baths and Toilets on cucb floor. Cuisinr and appointments unsurpassed. FRANK LOl'GHRAN, Proprietor. AIKEN. The Popular Winter Resort for Health and PleaHure. ON TUB 81MM1T OP Till Plney Saud IIIU Reglou of South Carolina. Aikfii khm'hwh th drit'Ht cliinnto of niiy plaoe in the Tnitt'd Stutt'H t'xwpt pointw of nrwit ultitmlo in the Kocky Mountiiiim. The wonderfully dry, pure atmosphere is the remilt of the combined intluence of itH elevation above the HUiToundiiitf country (bcini 400 feet higher thun AugniHta, 17 uiilcH diHtunt, and r(i." fei't above wa level) a perfect naturnl drainng-e in every direction the absence in the vi cinity of any stream or largi? body of water and the por ous nature of the soil. Tho town is surrounded by a dense growth of pine woods, through which, there being but few fences, innumerable pleusant walks and drives lead ia every direction. The population is 2,o00 und the town is one of tne prettiest aud pleusuntest ni the uiitire fcoutu. HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL, f i5 fj k : Having accommodations for every resjMft. lioonm large gas nnd heated by means of imbue rooms 111 addition to heated by steam. The sanitary arrangements are absolutely perfect. The water, which is clear as crystal, is punnicd from two large springs on the grounds. That used for drinking purposes is brought to the hotel in porcelain lined pails. The table, with which the greatest care is taken, is supplied with milk from our own dairy, stocked with Holsteiu-Friesian cattle. Amusements are provided Ladies' Billiard Room, Rowling: Alley, lennis CourtH, etc. ,n excellent orchestra is in attendance. Livery stable connected with the house, in which trained saddle horses are made a spit-hilty. For circular and terms uddress B. P. CIIATFIELD, Proprietor. To reach Aiken from Asheville time, 12 hours route via Spartanburg, Columbia and (iraniteville. Leaving Ashevllle "J.U5 a. in., arrive Aiken 8.43 p. ui. frt.lu THE "BONANZA," THK LEADINU ' v WINE AND . IN THK STATE. FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM. J. A. MARQI'ARDT, M'ST'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C! A CARD. Bdltur Ashevllle Clltirn: That our many friends may know hnw we are actttnj( on wc will state that we took In in Hotel and Store 99,000 lii Vive Week. Took in last Saturday over (700. 7A of that was hotel, balance store, lintel rcfrla tend 3D that day. Had fl.tiotl arrivals In ft months. t)ur at ck Is mammoth .Ititi feet long and IS feet wide. Tell the balance of the world to come and see "old Chril" amllc. and buy goods of us and save 10 to IIS per cent. novlA dtf H. R. CIIKtlHRTItM WIN. J. N. MORGAN & CO., No. 3 Barnard Building. School nnd College Text Rooks, a full line. Poets, His tory, Romance, Riogrnphy, Travel and Novels, Family Hibles, . in. Ribles and lest- aments, Oxford 1 eachers' uibles, rsong Hooks oi all kinds, large stock Stationery. ISIank ISooks and Umee anu School Supplies. New line Ladies anu uents rocket books just opened. Fancy Goods and Dolls. febindlv PRIVATK BOARD. NUW HOUHBI NKtt'LV I'dHNISHRI) ALL MUDURN IMPROYBMBNTi. MRS. N. B. ATKINSON, No. 911 Haywood street. JuaSadlt JUJO guests, is first- lass in and comfortable. Lighted by open wood HrejilaceH. The n replaces and the hulls are in the wa vof Billiard Room. dlmo LIQUOR .. STORE All e.vrs fitted and St guaranteed. A com plete stock of the above goods at GRANT'S DRl'O STORE, 3HOCTII MAIN 8TRBBT. ficnllsts' Prescrlptluns a specialty. scpU ililm Chicago & Alton R.R. PAtlTtMT R0UT8 TO KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST Aahevllle tn Kansas Cltv In 97 hoars, Ashrville to lienver In At hours. Ashevllle tn Han Fimrteco. California, and Portland, tlreKon, In A dnve. Holld Vestihulrri Trains Ht. Louis to Kan sits City. Mrclinltist chair car free. For full Information call on or writ to B. A. Newland, District Psssennr Agent. Nu, 10 I'alton Ave,, Ashevllle, N.C. J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, IU. TO WEAK' HEME ftnflsrliigfrnsi the effects afyenthralss.iisssrly'iit. Oscar, wsatlns weeanese, lost manhood, ate 1 wlQ emu a vaiuaeie ireauaeiMaieai etmeHBiaf sao fartlenlan tor home eura, pRUsr aksrajst A ... splendid aiedleal work i saoolcTbs ra4 by every Sasa who Is BMrnras aaa aMUInvhst. 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