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ASIIEYIIXE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1890.
Cancer of the Nose. In IBM aora sppearod on iht nnao. ami grew rapidly. Aa my failiar liucl csiieur, nd my hiiabnnd died of II, 1 became sliirm. ed, and conaultod my iiliyaleliin. Ills treat ment did no good, and tlio fore ftivw Iniinii nd worra In every way, until llmdoouilu'l- I I waa to die Irora its eHcet. , I ' it M.mdeU to tike it. K St., and slew buttlta. cured 1110. Tina win. uttor all flio iincini ' ud oilier mediuiuca hod (uilod, 1 liuvo bad uo r.turnoltl..0cer.i9 M T mabrn Woodbury, Halt County, Toxtu. Treat Im on Canr-ar mulled tide. WIJTT fiPKCUUC CO., AllttUU, UA. oet UAdtNewly l' HWSSIO V.4 1. CM A7AS DENTIST. A S. Graham, I). D.S. H!kc Over J. M. Law's More, Smith Main tt reel. Sltriu oxide or 1mhhii! Kfistiduiinisterrd lor tin painless extraction of teeth. Oitld and porcelain orown'- ntt.ichiNl to the nnttirul root of teeth, thus w oidiim the use of plates. All oiKr.illiHit iterliitnuii,' to deutUtry skill. Hilly performed. Price reu-mm'tle mid wu I in fliction nun runt red. iV .nTU-c moan, uii I'.ilton iivi-iiue, over tl't elntllinu atnre ol C i. ll'iintou A: Co. Me.idriicc corner oi' Woodnu and l-m-ind treeta. Tlimi. P. I'AVIIHON, TlllM. A. I'lNl'V Knlrixh. ,1 .. ll. M ns. Alvillc Ahevilic. jrjAVlllSil.N. MAN TIM (k ONIi&. Attorney mid Coimt-llnrw nt t.avv, AhvllU. N. C. Will )ir i. tli'i in the 1 1 ill nnd 1 -'tn .lu.lktnl lllatricta. -'nil in the tiiiiiretue Court, ol North Carolina, nml m the t-',lcr,l Court, ol tin Weatern IM.triiM of N,rtli uiolinu. Krfer to Hank in" A ,'i.villc. dlMl r. H. CI11IH. I. Cl, MKHHIMON. ,JV.IH X; MIIKKIMilN, Attorney und Cmnmellor. at t.nvv. Practice ia all the rmirm. OHice' Nm. 7 a-ld Inhilt'lon buililliiK. due K. W. .IINIl. W, IN ICS M SIII'KoKli ill", 'IH'PoHl' Attornc. n at l.n. Aillcelllc. N. C. Flneticw In till Sutieilor Com i Wr-triii North Carolina, tlic SinircitU' Ooirt ot' ttn Stale, anil Hie l-Vil,rnl t'.iurl, at ' ..lie.-ille. illliccin luliiiHiini le.t'l. Hun, ,vli rone . m m Iter of till' llrm call nl wn vh lu s,unl iltnuv 1 1 a rusxasr. Architect ami Contractor. IMnnn. Ktillentlon and ilimal. far nl"iril All work in ,ny line eiiitlraeuii l"r. And no ehaw lor lr.iwtn on coinra, !!" a ,v,ir It-. I OH'. KHeren-e h-n ilrire'l D'llit-: No. I J llrn l.'v llliu k. North Court S iirir'. -vlll .-. Si- It 1.1 II v II. IMH'I.I.AK.- II. II. 1. 0EN1AL ROOMS. . NO. 24 SOUTH MMN ST., Over l.raal v winuert'i. hruu Store. Uo.nUnic. N'. tix IHill.y St l.-l.lildly H. II. HKHVKS, I). U.S. II. K. SMITH, II. U.K. lrtt. Uvcvc-H H Kiilitll. IIKNT if. M'l-'ICI? In L.nnallv llaildintf. over ke.lw I' Stor-, I'ntl.oi vnim feeth entrusted without tinin. with tlienew amvMhetH'. ri'io :i'l t.i n ol irrv4al.i it v cor reel.il. el. I. I'll.- MAMSA V. II. II . liiruiai m k a... I i , otiiov ; la llarnaril Itail.liiw Hntrnmv. I'ntlon Xrrnue ami Main Hi reel. Ieh2il.ll r ' K rilUK . PlHl.K irdtluutc Oitlcinii. Main street. All medium -Hi m oliir ilrlcrt of the eye tor rvll"d. Ilouraforetnininntion n 1 1 ri n m .-to II p. m. olio I f .viackhLAxnors. W'M. R. PENillMflfi PHOI'MIHTOH Ol1 THE ASHEVILLE BUM WORKS, ANhcviltv. N. C. V. at. lio I". innrindlr J fJAD FIELDS FEMALE. PFmllATflR AEKSTRUATION r T,HtM ouwvwa CrMaC fit utf. 8RtM OKHBL9atTtRmBiafttW0iQla jbook TO" w 0 M A H"Auurofna MADFIILD NEBUUTOR CO. ATLANTA BA. eeu i Aa utinrt roll rlw1 IRATT'S USTRAL 8 ABSOLUTELY SAFE I PERFECTLY ODERLE88I Burn In tnv t-tnip without dinner of Exploding or tnklne) ttr. 8n that you gut ini ginuin. r or mo oy BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO,, AHIIKV1M.R, H, C WP llrVWlV F. W. YESEY & SON, FLORIST! AND LANDSCAPE OARDENfRS, Orernhouaea, No. Al Chentnulatieet li,'twn North Mnin nnd iMrrritnon cut i' ( were, tletldl I'lnnK. Itnrrlv Mo r. tr . He. I.av out urouittln, drive, nnd ta-n liM. malie and plant lieda, hurdera. ete. I'ruid.'7 Iruit trrea and ahrahlwry a aim laity. Please enlf on na or adilrraa v throagb ill mull. All roera proaipuy aiwa. nuiooai HOW THE PLAN WORKED. "Your white roacs are just coming Into bud, Lnlly," euld Aklrlch Cone, aa he came In from the Rttriien. "BIohuoiu Hedge Is nt ltn prettiest now." The colTce exhaled a frnRrnnt odor, tlio frenh baked bixuuits were of the most delicate brown, and the chickens broiled to a turn, but Mm. Oone'a face wore a niOHt tragic expression, aa she sat with an iqien letter in her hand, "Aldrich," auid 6lie,hysterlcally,"what am I to do? Here's your Aunt Effing ham coining here next week with her nix children and the nurael They're had the meanles. It aeciua, and the doctor has pre scribed country air.ao they're decided to inllict a four weeks' visitation upon inol'' "Oh," said Aldrich, guiltily, "I forgot to tell you. Hitidee dure wants tn come here this miniiuer, She require perfect quiet to finish her new novel, nnd says she retains hucIi a delightful Impression of lilossoiu lletlgo from her lust summer's vUltl" "Oh, does she, Indeed?" wild Mrs. Cone, dashing the cream and augur reck lessly Into the sea green china cups. "And we must remember that your cousin Falkland hus kindly volunteered to send Andromeda here for the sum mer, ho that she uiuy forget that lovt aUnlr of herx with Jack Jocelyn." "I'm afraid we haven't room for 'em all," said Mr. (-one, rellectively. "Oil, yea, you have," said Uilly, with tears and laughter struggling in her voice, "They'll sleep on the bull hut rack, on the garret Uoor or the cellar shelves, sooner than forego the opHir tunity of getting good country board for nothing! And I shall do as I did last year get along without a new winter suit nnd tlo my own winter housework, because the housekeeping bills were so heavy during the summer. All our re lations are very purticulur, you know, about their eating and drinking, und we bud to get new hair mattresses for the Johnson-Smythes, und re-carpet llaidee's room because she 'perfectly abhorred the old pattern." "It's outrageous!" said Cone, carving the chickens. "But 1 don't know how we are tu help ourselves without being dreadfully rude," "Tell them plainly that they cannot come." "Our relations, Lally?" remonstrated Cone. "It's an imposition,'' said Lally. "It's only for a little while, my love. Let 'em come." "It will be for all summer, Aldrich." "No, it won't. I'll see to that!" "What do you mean?" "I've got a plan in my head, my love.' "A plunr "Yes. You'll see. Only dou't ask any questions. "Uul, Aldrich," pleaded the young hotisekeeier, with every huspituhle liu pulse rising up in her ut-urt, "you m ustn t treut cm rudely! "I'll be as pleasant us Punch to 'cm. my love ee if I'm not." "Aldrich, what uro you going to dor" "Don't I tell you, Lully, tliut it's a profound secretr "But you'll tell meT "I II toll iiolwdyr And to this platform Mr, Cone stead' fastly adher.-d, in spite of Lully'a protes tations und entreaties. The authoress arrived, with several huge trunks, a tvpewiiter and a bom mock. Miss Andromeda I'litUunJ came by the next train "like Niobe, nil tears" and Mrs. Ellingluiiii. her inline, und her aix noisy, troublesome young coliraleav cenu, brought up the reur. "Ten iH-oplel" said Mrs. Cone to that trustworthy and reliable con thin nt, her self. "Oh deurl oh, deurl 1 might if well have taken a situation for general housework in a summer boarding house." "1 don't see," said Mrs. I'epiwr, the minister's wife, " hut that young Cone Is thinking of to allow his wife to be so overridden with relations. The weather is very hot, and she is fur from strong. And I am told they sleep themselves on a "of a bedstead ia the parlor to make room for that swarm of parasites." "My dear, said the good parson, "are you not expressing yourself ruther strongly?" "I'm only speaking the truth," said Mrs. IVuiht. But it soon transpired that Mrs. Cono's visitors, like liurnutn s liappy family, could not agree, Miss llaidee Clare could not write without the accompaniment of perfect silence. The little Ktliiighams could not divert themselves without the hoots und shrieks peculiar to their lender years, and both Mi- Clare and Mrs. bilingbam took exception to the mournful hunjo notes on which Andromeda Kulkland was wont of uu evening to uewuit her blkhU'd love. "They are quarrrling like cat and dogs, sighed Lully to her husband. "Let 'eni nuarrel," said Aldrich. a a a t "What lurks, maf said Ersktne Ef fingham one afternoon, as lie returned i from a successful raid upon the hens nests in the bum. "We've got to take our hammocks and croquet out of the Uuple lot." "What fnrT petulantly Inquired Ids mother. "Cousin Aldrich ha sold It" "Sold It? How very Inconsiderate of blml" said Mrs. LUlnglisiu. "Hold it to whom?" "To the cemetery people," "What I" "The cein-e-ie-ry people," enunciated Master Ei-sklne. "The railroad's a-goia' right through the old grave yard, and they've got to have new place. I heard Cousin Aldrlcu toll the carpenter to bring that loud of fence posts right off, and I heurd him say. too, that it dldnt matter m much because there had al ready been two or three Interments then." "Interments!" gasped Mrs. Effingham "under our very windows? (Juodnnat gruelou mel 1 never beard of such a thing?" "if yo plnw. nia'sm," said Delia, the nunto, "that accounts fur It." "Atwinte for whatr "The Khost, mum-all In whiter Ut tered Delia, with chattering , teeth. "I seen It lust night, mum, as the chinch clot l struck 13: an' I seen It the night Is fore, An' I don't wonder, ina'nm the poor, dead bodies beln' dug lip and seat tereJ around this way. And If you plane, ma'am, you'll suit yourself at once, for not another week will Delia O'liourke live next door to church yard!" "Ma, ma," whispered Florence Effing ham -who had eagerly devoured every word of the discussion 'Tin afraid of ghost. Hells says ghnsu ootue after Uul girl U the don Y "Wirl you hush?" said Mrs. Ellingham, clasping her hands in despair. "Aldrich, what Is this? Have you sold the Maple lot?" ' . "Sold It! Why shouldn't I?" said Mr. Cone, who just then came In with a string of speckled brook trout. "They offered me a capital price, and I'm not rich mini." "But to n cemetery!" "I don't know u quieter neighbor than a cemetery," said Altliicli, "And I'm told," said Mrs. Effingham, with a shudder, "that some interment have already taken placet" !l didn't suppose you'd mind It, Aunt Effingham," said the young host. - "Mind It! Why, It's a seml-burliarous proceeding!" cried the lady. "Ho we live in a civilized country, or do we not?" "Ma!" screeched Hudnlph ttilhighum, the second son, jerking lit the maternal skirts, "here's a load of IiiiiiIht at the bars a real big load. Do you suppose that's to make the coffins out ore" Just then Miss (Hare stalked, a la Lady Macbeth, uHin the scene, "I nttacli no i in porta nee to vulgar superstition," said she, glaring ut Mrs, ElHiigliuin.witli whom she was no longer on speaking terms. "Of the dead I en tertain no fear. Hut the living are quite a dilfercnt thing. And 1 certainly saw a man, Cousin Aldrich, prowling about these premises lust night, with a durk lantern," "The ghost!" sqtienked Delia. "I swn him. too! I did, with these eyes, the blissid saints outline Die and nil harm I Olil oh I ohl" "Peace, fiMilish woman!" wild Ilildee. "This was uo shade! It was burly thief. Intent no doubt on mischief. 1 saw him try to open the back parlor shutter, and then Ncighlior Kox ley's wagon drove by, and he disappeared as if by mngle. And 1 want you to under stand, Lally," to Mrs. Cone, "that I cun't stand the nervous shock of this sort of thing. My profession requires that I should be surrounded hy H-uceful calm. 1 leave here to-morrow." "An' I'll go wbl yex," mild Delia. "I enn't sleep nights in a place where burg lars Is cliiuliin' up the trellis work, and poor ghosts come stulkin' around when the church clock strikes midnight, and a whole wagon load more coiniu', to morry or next day, from I ho clmetery! Oe.li, liono! tlio like of it uiver was hoard before!" "Ma, inn! c.tn't we go, ton? We're afraid to stay ut Blossom Hedge any longer!" pleaded the little Elliiiglmius, In chorus. And so there was a ireneral eiodua. 'Aldrich, ia this true?" said Mrs. ne. when the last express loud of trunks hat) disappeared urouud the curve of the road. "Is whnt true? You're not afraid of ghosts, are you, LalljT "Xo; but" "Don't fret, my dear," s-tid Cone, com posedly. "The cemetery has purchased a lot, but it hap"'US to he Maple Hill, four miles to the fait of us. I'm not tc blame, mu 1. for Erskiuu EUluglutui't blunder?' "Hut the load of lumber?" "I've sold the place to Ihiclor Bnssott. and he's going to build a gem of Queen Anne cottage. I can't iniugint any pleasnnter neigh I sirs than the Hus setts will lie; can your' "Y-yes," said bewildered Lully; "but the Interments that had already tskun place then-? You said yourself" "My deal est girl, don't you reuiemliei that w e buried Minie, your 't spaniel, under the swecthrier bush there? and the two canaries, last fall?" "Oh, Aldri.'h, aren't you ashamed ol yourself!" "Who-I? Not In the least" "Hut the ghosts, Aldrich? the bur glars? "Here rnmiii Ainlromedu," said Mr. Cone, with a sudden assumption ol more than judicial gravity. "Come here, you fulse duiiiM-l, und own up at once what I've already In-cn sharp enough to discover for myself. "Oh, Cousin Aldrich!" stammered poor AildroitHilu, blushing celi-stial rosy red, and trying vainly to hide her fuot behind the blue ribboned hanjo In bet bund. 'I am neither Delia O'Rourke, nor the F.fllnghum children, nor yet 1 1 aide Clare," mercilessly went on Aldrich. "And I shrewdly uscct thai the ghost was Jack Jocelyn In a w bite tenuis suit, huiinling the green Held beneath his sweetheart's windows, and the burglui no oilier than Jack Jocelyn in bl.uk, climbing up the trellis sfler letter, which he well knew whereto find." Andromeda blushed redder than ever. "Now I'll have no more of this," said Aldrich, with mock sternness. "Con- fess, young woman, at once, that you and your love uffuir uro ut the iHittom ol all tins niystilicullon. Jack Jocelyn hu owm-d up." "Oh, Aldrichr sobbed Andromeda. "And will you, too, turn against nief "Not a Int of It," said Aldrich Cone, cheerfully. "Don't fret, little one. Jack bus just told me that ie ha been ap-' pointed to a thousand dollar InTtli in the general postolllce, and I've written to vour mother that tilings are nil right lie's a jolly good fellow, nnd It isii't nec ssary lor loin to puiy ghost out in the cold any longer." Audioiueda threw herself, weeping with joy, Juio Lully Cone's arms, mid the two women rejoiced together. I Aldrich smiled. "My plan hasn't worked so badly,'' said he. Ileleu For rest Uraws iu Phlbv delphiu Muturday Nigbk ATCHISON PHILOSOPHY. Iiiipiileiies with weekuess la a sign of Weaknvw. rjiiis-rlliiinia goodness la as miperlluoua as auyiiiii.g '' Hi-cipliie ia ne-evory in ever) thins, ynt ho uue ever liksl it, How lilt It- nnd dried up the chec- sp'urs Ui ll rnl after lie laeniigbl In Hk lisp. You must Inns all not 'eel the with which a umilul iiiau can bceonie w,irihle. Nor of ua know its have C'lnmlitC'l a folly until It" conseqiieiieea b- gui to li.n l us. Don't groan tour loudest whu K-raiehed with a pin; you mny aviiwdu) On eiu aim s hulln. Tndny yoii fortrit things nil learned t'e. terdity, Slid Knru tilings you will oi "t lo luurrow, A smiiiia is an Industi'lou nisn h l a thing mi tunny ways that ha Ibuilly iinli" a gissl una rtoini'huti the thinus yon have pun-'l lo others n -vr eui so alee when yon iihuk I" show them. Itlssiwtrt i f s man's pnsltv for ilnl" wron; HiM lw emld lii u r- ;l'. i U.' bis pun sii .'.. b;ifj tii ' An spniiecary Iu Auaouls, Cuiu.. kss adopiou tiie etiMlletit dsvlee of placing sd p,ilsoiioin imslielnes In esbinst and attsub log an aleetrio lsll. Wlinn tlis door la opened the liell rlng,ud tlia flonipouuiler Is reroludod of the fuel that sa la In the eebibborhoed e yeuwa. " ' . STRANGE USES OF PAPER. Railroad car whoels luado of paper are more durable than Iron. tVben strong flher l used pnpor onn be made into s substance so hard that it can scarcely bo scratched. Illnck walnut picture frami am mndo of paper and so colorod that) uo one cnu tell tr.r n from the original wood. An Itnlmn monk has sitccenilcd In con structing nn orgim whero the pi pus aro niaile of paper pulp. It bus 1,401) pipes of vurious sizes. The latest idea la to nae paper Instead of wood for lend pencils, by using a patent preparation by rrhlub it call be uut aa easily us the softest wood. The coiliiiK of the assembly chamlior at Albuny, N. Y., is made of paper inaelie, It is n model of its kind, aud ai'iwui's so like marble as to deceive the most eipurt eye. Crucka in Honrs nrouud the skirl lug lionrd, or oilier ul is of a room, may Ihi neat, llllod hy thoroughly soaking newspaisir in pante mudo as thick ss puity and I "iced into the unicks with a paste knife, U will soon harden aud can he paiuu-d. A store in Atlanta, On., has been built en tirely of paper. The rnllurs, weather liuards, roof and Q,siring are all made of thick com pressed papnr boards, Impervious to water. On account of the sui fuee of the ptijiur liuing smooth nml hnt',1 It cannot catch on lire us earily as a wooden building. It is tound warm In eld ami cool ia hot weather. A pu.'r pinito liaa lately been exhibited In Paris, The enllro case Is mails of compressed paper, to which ia giveii a luird surlace, a i roam white lirilliaut polish. Tiio legB and sides arc ornamented with nraU'sques and Uorul dosigaa. Tiie exterior, and ua uiucb ol tlio intu-ior aa can ha seen when the instru ment la oimi. are covered with wreuths and medallions painted ill miiiiutiire. A new mill for the manufacture of paper from mnM has lsea rtsTeuily csiahlMied in Sweden, Pnier of diil'ereut liiiel;iie and pasteboard made of It hnvo already been shuwn, Iba Utter eveu ui sheets IIiI'lh) quarto s of an luck thick. It is as hiird as woisl and can be easily painted and puhthed. It has all tiio good qualities, but none ol the defects, uf wood. The pasudiuard can ti-j ucd for door and window frames, architectural oruainenls and all kinds of furniture. lit. Louis Sta tioner. TEACHERS' HINTS ON READING. Uuve Ilia reading lessun studied iu ndvauce by the pupil Encourage home rending. The good reader is the render who reaili. Ix-t the pupils read silently an 1 then aloud; first gain the tuouKht tuuu e.tpru.,s it. The teacher should read aloud of ten, both sa a uiudel and to ii uke clear tlio seuso. Select tlio lies! mwspaT from the literary and uiorul ttaii'lpohil tor sei.ooi reading. rtequire the substance of pirngraphs and of w hule pletes to 1mi giveii ia tiio pupils owo words, Tbo meaning of new wurU should be du veloptil. sometimes by show in their u.e in sentences und soiuetiiues by dciluiiioii. A vis-al drill should pnx-eile tdn reading. Tins should Ihi the key to tut projier exn-s-siou of the Bcntiiiteul iu piicli, force, tnuo aud quality of voice. The pp'jior aiiliiueui Is to bo created by causing hi lie pupil u lively pieiui iug uf per sons and places, and of speech uud noiiou. Feeling Is caused b knowing. The pciiiimeiation of ditllcull words should be taught by ciircciuig the ehitlnai's utteit tioti to Hie ylmbies and letn-rs assilisof sounds, aud ulso by the example uf the teacher. Tlio claw should have a tli ,r..ii;li drill nn a few elliM'lt pieces Ui crealo a standard uf ex pretMion. ThU di ill should Imj !u concort to avoid diflldeuce; and individually, in order to secure ihdcMiileiici, and to give an upjsir tunity for criticism. This stage of reading requires much prac tice iu reading aloud. Tins sh' ii'd tie iinll vidtial nt first, but aftei-wurd eo-uvri iva-ling is prolltnbie, to secoro tsirris-'t ti n.m I pin-h. The slow are thus qulekeumi, and Hie s.t.lt retnnleil: hltfli voices are lowered, and l" voices are raised. Empliiuit and hitl.i-thili should ! taught mainly from nil Inn, that is, I" I, aiug lue pupil loa .-learconiprelK'U-i"ll or I iu- iiuii,jl:t. but at tiiiies example is bu.,1. A fe ru.c-,. u for inslains-, t lew relating t-i n-w or on trastfl ideas, suould be Iniuhl ni'l'i' li w. Uritl on pass;iges ui tile less, ill aud on lue ck moiuary sounds lo tatillsh orrcci h il-Us of lullis-tloii and et iplmsis, sle uid liol be oaiiitnd. Journal ol E liiculi, n. A piece of irnft a-itp aud si ii-i'li will t tains nui of bed ticking. Kpr,-.i I it on pots, slid w ilea dry criis.' ir o.Taad n with a "lamp ssui". l.loii ItmU 't. HUu XVun C'oiiiittetvly I'lirt'it. A tliiii'jlitcr ii my cnsl'iu r Iriuti suiipnsed mcestrueii, n. liciilth win. CMtnileHly wt.ci.'i. sinrgesiioii si c H-d file lnuti.' ' !'i I'tchl's I'ciiuik Ka-i ul.-ti r. chi ller. I. VV. lihl.l.l is. Willi r '.i!'i Write The Urn-lmb! k. (. . vln lilt., lor pin l it'll' a i's. Sol! I i :,! I The Creat Cocoa of Europe, f The Coming One of America, Wielouf, SfmiirarnOtff to the .Vertrs. Ten and coffee cheer but do not nourish. They even leave in injurious effect upon tlic nervous system. Indeed, there is no beverage like Van Houten's Cocoa "BEST& GOES FARTHEST" It xtinuhiU$ and nourishes ns none oilnT. l 'avi'3 no bad effects nnd is a flosh-formcr j of the most approved type. Z i' ' -t rtlwRr ufi'il '),1'h'MMnirmny titlta Ir ulth plenmire iiim! iU went with . ltirMnliv T'i! XL'tlli'tc vflVvf orien 1 i'il run e iiit olivtiil'-tl Iiy tlx Mieuilt 2 ? it", Mli nctfiiiii 1loitli'i re- 'Kvtt uio' r ei'lii. Dt'Hi tiia J t 1 tie. ' I. 1 1 "" ll V ''flit." 2 i f r 4 ' , f .. " ft .1 aalTiMTiISA RI1I3 Ifo iittou Avviuia.'. I'lrat-i Ins. lionrd I'V Hie due or mootll Terms inndc known on nppllintinn. dees it tv BUGGIES. CARRIAGES. BLACKSMITHING. Tn ilu I'tiitpii of AshrvMIe nnd vieiuitv I wiiiil-t nnnoitii'T Muit nl inv shoos mi Loll- u uriTl, itt"l tn Wtiodlnir.v's ptniilt ". I ntn ter prepnrid (aai rrr to do work In inv line, Wimnn , Hii.'kh mid t'nu iiui'S innuitiiiet urnl Mrpnlrtnir ntul hnr-fsli'M Inn are sh ililllea, nnd ieiliet snilslrifiioti iruaninteid. My wotkmrn nn inpeHinevd nml sktUftd and '"J.'vW" m"""m,r' . UVHtT. (inili l lie inelli iil uud results wben syriip of Pigs is Im-eii; it is pleasant itiil t'i li'c.sliiug to the taste, ami acU iintly yet promptly nil the Kiilneys, uivei- and Dotrcls, demises tlio sys tem eH'cctiiitlly, ilispcls colds, liend U'hes nml levers ii nd cures hnltitiiiil jiuis!iifitiiiii. Syrup of Figs is the mly reiiietly of its kind ever pro hnvil, plonsiiiK to the tnste nnd ac--epliililn to tlio stomach, pmiujit in ts net ion imil truly lieuelieinl in its fleets, prepiiivil only fVnin the most ueullliy an.l Hieeiible Riili-lances, its niiiiv I'S-c.eilent (jiui tit i-H commend it o all nml linvo nmili' it the niosl ;;iipulni' veniedv ltpown. svrnp of I'is is for Mile in liOc mil 61 liotlK'.-' Iiy nil Irutliiiff ilrug :iis. A ii v icioible ilru;rj.'ist Who liny m l lur.-o it Iiniiil will pro .iiii.' ii pr-mindly for imv one who xwp lo tr. ,i. I ' ; imp accept any ll'.-',illlle. CAUFCMH n; SYRUP CO. - .s. ijca. i 'tt i" ' . m row, N.I. :.tY$MZ Children TO A'V'U Crowing jsrv-i' Too Fast bsconie listless, fretful, without enor :vy, thin aud weak. But you can for :.'y them and build them up, by the 'SCOUTS i 0 ziUifhiT-S e' ..' i; ;ii Sso!a. .': : ' ''. i-o -Jilt, fit Ii is al . as n. Ik,. And it - ri ! .n!:r;c-i '.!i:.t AS A pun. ,s i.'ttiit.iis, : (.J :.;.-.!, it Ii : "..'-iwf. v1 ,i.v ,v 1 v to thu silt THE PEN'J.fiQ HOTEL PROPERTY At I'iucrti River. Porn ttliort lift- we oiTi-r for onlc thnt 'i id ix ti1 i-i .-( uf tiriiprt t v know 11 nc the Put I ti'd H itel i,titt. 1 1 nt P toil Kivi-r iletint. n On w. . i". U K . itwitilmr tif I'O nentt if 'ic " li u) i iu'l, I'm . lv "h ruia il itntl n tant, villi n I'm Ij ifi ltrl lit. tin i'l-HttiimiifsT H ro-.iif, ': ill : 'ttt 1 urn-. n n I iU, line ;n ." jsiMt'i!t ?i nii'l nil iirtt ,uirv out Imil inyn, ! t i . i il ' tit x i'f i I i In- iit i't ilme-in Vi nt it Snrili Mtolitin t'rn litum or the lintel llHiilH-H. l-rttil! tli'ili. il Willi lite IMIMMt m iiiiifiin wit i it ir.-iM itrintf with th vii li u i Mm uul in in' he liter into tin -it nl' "he Ii'ut. Tin- mtnery It utiMir ;m-4iil. 'I'lii- iriin riy i'1 ie old nn lnnj time, nr M-l'iillJi .t lot -hfili' i'iinrl. lllliP'Vetl r ii .tinrrovnl. I m pi,rtit tilnrH niiitM uu :it A -lit il!i'- N. C NA TT ATKINSMN ,V iuN. I i.'ir'J'J il.V w 'Jw I-:iiK:lirli hiiiI l-'rcuch OARDiNG AfiO DAY SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS. No. 411 rci'ii.-li Mri-rid Avenue. imS. BUKG'A'YN MAITLANO. PRINCIPAL l-or lllll'iv enrs ..,,4-i:ite lriueit:il of Mt. Vctnou ItooitiOc. I'altiniore. I ..lste, l-v n corp. ,,l i-otliK'n1enl teacher. 0,,.-. iltv W. 1. UOWK, JL IIKALKK IS .JL ITALIAN 4 AMERICAN J L m.rih.i:, ir.-s. iirrtnne .M -numi-niP. rtc. Alt Itltulti f Miinu nn ill. Tottllm.ntli. . Miittoiit M, I'm jf ejv. nml imt'i nmm to v;iv orJir iu tin IntiM ilfkitenM 1 ASHEVILLE. N. C. Li'T Tll YllT.I At Hi.iH'iintlH i m " "''- War hmiw, n '". tlt'm C7atciu4: Alton K.K. fAHTHST hnl-TH I'll iNSAS CITY AND THE WEST Ah- viM- to K ii i it in 117 liiMim, 'vti;i to lu r in." I liitiir-. A Mur i S'n ''rami1' Oillttirntn, nml ". n '.mil. i ti in , in ilni S. .,.( V. IHt'l .Ml ft III- 81 l.l'IM" to K Hit I'M i' i lllliliU It. ill tliV lit !' f in' jut' Mi'iTitriiton i-fili '"i or wrtti t ;i. A. Nvwlniid, nitii.. , l,.K,-ut.e Aeenl. i III I'iiihiII AM'., A.lievilll', N.C I t lltnl TuN. '1 I' V. I'lilvnun, III. P.ATITI0N xvtiswiSS'SS tiolloin. If Hie dealer cniiiml ."PPlrjfoOj aVii'l .lYreet to fiuloir, .uclo.ln aovartlaad Dries. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLKMIN. Fin. Calf, Ilea. Land Grain sad Gtead. an', mikWiSk (v.W'fi!'n6.n0 i nil fnS i.ln HiiVH' M iiool Uiokt. All iliiulo In rnniiraM, Itultnn and Lin. $3&$2 SHOESlafd.2-. Mt Maie-rlal. Hal "lv ""'.TlH? W. IU UAislaa, Bravktoa. Maaa. Soli Se 1IKUU1NG & WEAVER. MUD nM,aa . j MISCELLAXKOUS. Aitlievllle, N. C. Mnnuiiu'turem unil Itiatem in all kind of DkhkcI I. U M Uoor, HuhIi, Itlindsi, .tlotUdliiijH, and liar 1- Ixliircn, unci all Kinds or IluildinK Material. Hard Wood Lumber Work u Specialty. nov 14 dly T-lctlione- FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON. Dealers In Wall l'apcr, Window Piilnt), OIN unrl Vnriiirthi i. Mnnury'ii Mixid I'nint und Colors. Window Gtau, botk Frt'tuh nnd American We keei in titot'h At. I.uiiIhIiIhI KenliirUv Lend. frhfldlT MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY, St'CCIiSSOKS TO SHEPARO. MANN 4 JOHNSON. AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO NO. 3" I AITdN AVUXIE, Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers, And Undertakers. say-Prompt intention irlvcn to nil ordirs. day or niuht VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY i'o ti M ti.)-:. flv virtue f ntitlii.rltv vented in f ll'V'ce ( H. Ofinnnt liv n wrtnn d t-i in tru t t xtr-iud . hv T. I. Villi! .ild. r it d Mit Ii. A Vrnii; 'di r. rtiitrd thf tfth dnv nf ne, A. I ls7 nnd rt-!.liMtd In llie L'tuIcttr'NutlUvot' U-im-u ciiititi-In ll. .tile iti. uul' r.71: nml li vi ft -ft ut imthiirltv vtHted hi W in natil l.v a iernin d-ed frum wil T 1. V:niilld. rimdhf i utd wifedatid tut t -. l-'7. and n-u'tiieml in uniil Keiritci'i ntlii- in Mnt.k m. imt -V.. toL'ether with il dielnniti"'il Hu-l of the mid W. W Pfinnrd det ltind t''fHin ihittd (letniier 27, 177. nn-i r Kt r. d in int t ih t In Honk 1 1 of nHirtuiH-M nnl ilenlt. in tnirti tit iniire 4I-; nnd lv m. rtn notli. rtltedtn.Mi th' mild T. I. Viini'.ilder nml lit- isfiid w ite i mild W. W. Piinii rd dntid uidnr 1MM7 nnd reisiend in Miid nili e in Ii-i -k llll. naue Ao.'l, lo-ellit r w i' h n d. e la nt i n ol trust tnndr there. ii hy the tun I W. V. ll:iri nrd nted the 14-ih dnv oi th t.di.T. A I" 1 m7, nnd r irinten d in nid tl e in M ik 11 of nmrtKHwen nnd tl- eil ol tnt-t, vim: !7; nnd lv virtue uf mittniiny v t. tl m .1 A t nnntit liv tl v rutin died in inM - vet ut d U the tnd 1. I. Vnni.ihUr nml In- ud wile. Hut it i In mnii.il imv !" ' i. mo- r. l-7. uud rewixtered In fiil dluv in I'.im.U i t iin.rt Hilaie" nnd devd in inimt No t t. if j,"' I To wc'l nn h virtue of nny muhoiHt hi-mu huv ly reiiMm o' the died in ir-.i ti kuiUivi mentioned, (the trnid '' . I. tin( d ilt r in1 w il. liBvlnit tnilc to pnv the nun r- t uivd !. eueli nd everv of mud deed- in I'-H (n il diid nnd deelnnituni of trut tlunun n -eornina to their evTiU i ovt imi-. mi l ' h Kiiid truttteei hiivini: i.Kittd iMt-mi.r tlietn- net vi R nn to tie itloritir id t vm - delitw ureiireil mid tin to it t pr- i'tr iliiit.n nf I he riiteeii of ttie f.ik- of tin land hereinfdier dt rdd . th ;iid Ctiu vu ve K L tiinint nml ihen.nd U . v lta.u..rd nnd ihefinid I. A Con tn. nn-ue. i mi tt teed H In trim' nnd tlinK nnd t liu n i i-n l inint thereon, will e I nt uil'e nmtii.ti I'm i'11-.h nt iheeouri hi'ii-e iin..r in the .iiyi-t Aiheville ut 1 L' o'ei -ek in fit Hu : ltil v m Muv, A I', lini, it ei Tinin ii'-er i luitiel ol hind hi theiltv of A - heviile. etiuui y . -I itm. eotnlie iifd St te !' North l r 'inn. on tlu inuth ide uf CoMeee ntnet mid mi Hi- wt ride of nvidrtoii nit re l. imluihiiu I ie i ! j.-nu1 hrtrk nttidetiee imu i.u,iini l .'iid T. 1 VntitllldtT. and he fttiili'i rt r.iid - vei ,d a.'.m etiit lot Imek of it. iM.mi.'id i inline-: n ihe nonh iv toll.-Ke sir tt, in tin en mi l ImvidMon ttre. t. on I'n- mii)i Ii linijli ti nt l .md on the we-t lv ihe.inii hit mm A. '1 iiividMn lot, now Pa t At tin mmiiu little and nlnee Ihr ouid . W Hiiiniiid win ml) at itiH'lle h net Ion l'r trh n lnne lot ihnu-t-hold and kitthen inrninire nnd r 'In n ilmr. (tv f thedeid in iii Mii-i .ntdhii r ii-nl win to Human! Urnt nnd nimvt n iniiniied nml the tletlarnti n ol tin t made tlntnui u aforentid Mnreh 'J'J. In'.hi t'.PMiVi 1-: V I-: IM ii'M Trustee. J. A l'lV.NT, ItiiHite. V. W. HAKNAKH. Irulee. mnr'J4 dtuid J. N. MORGAN tl)., No. 3 Itariiiiril llulldliis:. School iiiul ('oll, Ti-xt Books, n full lino. Ports. His tory. Iloiiiiiiifi'. ri(iwi'iipl).v, Tnivi'l mill Novrls. I'mnil.v Itihli.M S. S. l!ililis nml Test- ntnctilM. Oxford Ti'ih'Ihts' i Hihli'S, Sonh Hooks tif nil kinds.lm'fjt'slork Still it hh'I'.v. IMniik Hooks nnd Olllri' nml Scliool Snpplit's. New lint' Iiiidifs' mitl ( Ion t h I'tiikH litioks just opcni'il, Fiim-.v (nods mid I K.lls. (Mil Odt Street Car Schedule. tk'KlnnlnK nt N.UH a. m Knillnit lo on p. tn, Car leave. rltunrt lorlieiuitevery hour and half huur Car leave. Hiunre ftr Melhe'a, I'mililedny nnd Cnniu l'utton7 inluutea alter iieh hour and hnlf luinr Car lesven Mi-Ike a. Hoiililedny ami Cnmp Patton 7 mlnutca before each hour and hr.lt hour. Hcliedul. enrs connect at Himnre, Trnln enr m. t. cvtrv trnio. on. vnllae al lowed eneh pnaaenirei rum AeMiBvur -uvvuvuxnnAuuuTj-o-jTj-. elltrTVVi'0OisMikmn a awntwr, NeuPaeneng-er Depot. 15 12 R, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank No. art. Sliadcnand Patent Hangers, A CARD. Kilitor Aslu-vittc Citixcn: That t ur many friend mny know bow w are petting on wc will state thnt wc took In in Hotel anc Store $9,ouo Iu Vive Weeks. Totik In Inwt Sfiturday over $700. $75 of thnt wits hotel, bulanee store. Hotel reirift ternl -. that day. Hud O.tiUO rrivU in month. Our Mt ek in mammoth 3IM) feet !oiiK and 1ft feet w de. Tell the balance of the w orld to ionic und nee "Old Ched" mile, and buy K,l(di ol us und vuve 10 to 25 per vn t. iiovin dtf 8. ft. CHIUiKSTKR ft SO I, AMI I'lJK SAl.li. tn pursiwmee of the provisinni of it certain wriiieii eniHtaet executed hy and lK-teea the unde' -itjlieij nnd John Itrown on the 7th inv of octulier, lNHJ. and n ueeount of the t i i u i e oi H iid John Urowo and of his ntitH-e, J. M Mini, tt eomply with the condition- of fait I toutrnet, ami finding thnt .(iter dumtf Krvat dninnye nnd comitdttinjt w iifte on "iitd Innd said lirown has airnea Ins iiiieie-t tin rein toj H, Sums, I shull ex po to -nle nt public Auetlon tor ensh at the limn h'tnse dour in the citv nl Asheville at lL'oVlntk niernhan, on Monday the 31st inv ot M irth. I k'.ki, the trnet of land on w hieh the tiid John Itrnwii hns heretofore re n leil, IxiiiK on the west aide of the French hr'!id rver anil livt ween sniil river and the oru.iin litnlk-c road and the Turkey creek r i.d, iidiominK the lands of W. W. Smith uini ifwtiihv ami others. For more par- lien) r iu terittioit reference la made to the Iteil re on let! in Hook o, paues l'J. 1 a7 md 1 L's in the Ktiiister'a ottiee of Buncombe fiitnm . umii L dula KK HMONI) PEARSON. I III-: I.AKl'.liST AMI ItliST KUl'IPI'BD IN Tin; stii-Tii. CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES- OK 12. C. Wo It creek & Co. i'oNM'I.TINU CHKMIHT AND MI NINO RNOINBKRa, Aniil.xses of Mt-tnls, tires, Cnnl or Coke, Min eral Waters, Pert ii iters, etc. PKICIi LIST ON APPLICATION. Mininif projurty investigated, developed iioiiuht und wold, Corn-Mpoudt'tHT solleitrd. Samples enn lie ent I y mnll or express. If i nt lv ekfiress eharKes must he prepaid. i tits vMiiited iu every plucc. Clinttanooo;a Tcnn. I'K. II :. WOLTCKBCK. nov.T dArwIv Mnitllffr. TO WEAK MEtl Sniiorinit from ths tfferu of youthful errora, aartf dcrny, wai-t nift woaktu-sa, lost maubood. ate.. I will art id a vadiisMo trattsf (sealMt. cot i tain tnf full rartiriiiarafnrhoniaetira. FREE of eharg. A ri1tilii indirtl work i ahould ba iwaa by avary man who la nonroua and debllliatatl. addraa rrof. F. C LVOHLUK. Hootfus, Cona tot A d- w 1 i HAMILTON & CO. GROCERS,tt BIG 22, l-' Patton Avenue. Tim- ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C. II ROOMS.) 0Kn dully, toiit Runriaya, from 10 a. a. until t p. m., and 4 until e, ta, The terms nf auhacrlptloB art: On year 'J; n mm., 1.M; 8 mua 11 1 1 mo., 80 eta. daily a eta. Orneers for 1 Httt Prenldent, Charln W. tvnnlary i Vlcc-I'rralrient, Thos. A. Jones 1 We., and Trraattrer, II. a, Watson I Librarian, atlas B. J. Hatch. Cltliena and rlaltora art cordially InTlKd to insvwet ths eatlon and tnacrlta ttsf : .Xli