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ASHEVTLLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING; APRIL Hi 1800.
Caneer of the Nose. la atfl ft Mr appeared on my mm, end srew rapidly, As my father had cancer, aad mi huebaad died of It. I became alarm ail, and oaeiinliad mr ubrelelan. HU treat maot din. no foc-1, and tba aore great lanei "i woree la erary way, until I badeoucluil . itiut I iraa to die from iu affects. I Wat ...loil to lake it. H. 8., and a lew bottlee i-uriMl iu. Thiewa after all tha doctors and Khar madloiD. bad failed. I hare had uu return of Ik twrr. MKS. M. T. MABKX. W 'aedbary, II all County, Ttxae. Tj-eatiee aa Cnr mallad fret. Wirt akclf ic CO., Aclasis, 0 Ovl UniWkWt.V I'KOl liSSIOSAL CAKIJS. enti4t. A 8. Graham, D. I. S. Oltiit-Over... H. I.aw'a tor, Aonth Main reet Nttroui tuudc or In uk hint: KtMdiiilnb.trred tor the pntuleaa tstmctlon of teeth. (told and porcelain vruwui uttuchcri to the natural mote o teeth thim avoldliijr thi urn. of plntea. All operation pe-taining to dcntlttry nkil1 full performed. Price. rt-Haoiinhlcnnd u.ti-t-tavttott guaranteed- ltb2 DR. B. F. AKRINITON. omcv roumi x Fatton avetiut. ovrr the iln think' etorv of C. li. Wanton Ai Co. Kraldrnce corner of Woodhn nnd Locum n recta. TMHO. F. lAVlDltn, Tims. A. Ionn KNlCetfU. J. .. Mamt.v V-trviltr. l.l-Vti(f. 1 VVlDKnN. MARTIN JtlNltK, Attororye and Counsellor nt Low, Athrvillc. N. C. Will j'rutkv in the 11 than d 12th Judicial 1ittrirta, and tn ihe ftmmim Court f North Carolina, and hi the hedcral Court ol tin Wmtvrn Liixtrict ot Nortli Carolina. Kefer to Hank of Athevlllr. jim I J A. TRNNBNT. Architect and Contractor, VI nut, urciAcatiiiat and cMtitiiatr.. lur nlkbril. Art work In my tnc conn-ieted foi nd uu ctaarga.il fur drHwiUKa (u contract t warded me. Mrk-rcuucs when dclt,d. imVe, No. 12 Iteadry Bloek, North Cuutri ktajUH'c. A-lirvitU. N C .'Midlv J. W." ROIUNUH, Veterinary Surgeon. I will nriu-lM conatry. In the cii.v awl eurrouoilliia OfS.vat Vl. P. Blnuton X Cu.'e malik-. 71'. Month Main atreet. aprl . II. KKUYP, l. D. a. ' H. K. SMITH. II. U.S. Dr. RccTCt & ainltlt. rtKMTAl. OFFIfK tt. Coanully PnllrHnit, oer Itrdwnod'M Store. 1'atton Aveimr. levth eatraeted without pala. wlthttirnrw ..Mirellirtlc. Hiitlnll fame l irti'L'Til irit.t cir nviid. .i i.l :till .- ' RAMOAV. H ! Ueutal IIUf i In rlarnanl Hutldlnu bnlrnii.--. 1'hiiih rrauc and Main rUrvrt. I'ebJttrtlv VrilfH M HIKI.lt (irHduMte? Opllt'laii. Main Htrret. VII roevtianlraJ .Kular drenla ui iim eur n,tcil lliiure for einrninallon V 1 1 t'J a. in., 2 ti' A p. m. -'if MISCM.LASW S. Vf.1. R. PENNIMAN fm-rHiHTo.. ot THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS. Ahevlll. N. C. r. . ttnB H. art8dl MOTHERS yniLU y LABOR lUBFfELBRjl ; .arajia wljr Pbafs ASTRAL ID ABSOLUTELY SAFE! PERFECTLY ODERLE881 t tdm. Irt tny Linit without dtnper i laiModlag op taking f)rt. tat that yoi, gal Mm taiylno. For aala by BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO., AftHhVlt.LR. H C F. W. VESEY & SON, FLORISTS, ihwahuvere, Nu. SI Cbrainntetmrt Nuw teade, rWeh. hralthy "nilillna Mann In nrtt'tv, ilrllveril U any art of the ,'lty and planted ant wfca renlml. t-HtiWe MRS. A. Pa Lull A RlTi: S9 lntton Ariiue, Plret Claea Hoard Ijv ,He day nr minith Tsrrae mart anuwn rm anpllratlnn. drea dl e . araetM, cakmabei, bucksmithino. To the etllwaa uf Aehevtlle aad etrlnlt? I wtmkl aatiauaea (hat at my ehuiie nn Cull1? atreet, aaa, to Woodl.ary'a etahUa, I am brt tee prafiarrd than ever tw do warn la my line. w"af oavi, ftnarrWa aad Carrlaaee manufact re. Ba,naa and Hrice ahoeirm art eie ceaNaaa, aad ueHeet aatlararUiin a-aarantved. levy eaaai eww eniieiniiuia am eiiitraiang ay aaaaaea an mndatmw. BOT80 aV I RNhTTU. TO THE CAUCASUS Xmfi. Trbebrlkora Exiled for Writing n Letter to the Czar. The Latter's Rage and Dismay Over the uprisings. Ha Lima la Great Fear of Pereunal Vio lence, and There Hut Little ' r.oual Hyropaihy for lllm A Colne.al Crlftla Mlowly Maturina In Batela llaforma la the German Artuy. 1ND0N, April 10. Mndamn Tohebrl' hifit, wlio was reported to hue bean exiled for liar lutter to tlia czar, ia now at Heuza, In Caiioaaus, under a atrong police winch. She was ounveyeU tliitker liurricJly in a carriage without win dowa. No halt was rauda except in thi open air. Ilrr food was aloiiinmble. 8lia waa constantly guurJid by gunilarntea and not allowed to apuak to any one. A comnpondcnt has the following to aay aiioitt the aituution In liueaiai All aorta of rumors are circulating in 8t. rtraliuni aa to a triul of Mhlliata aaiil to be proutwding aouivwhere in that city no one uau no J out where and alao about diaturouuoe in vurioua porta ot the empire. There avem to be no doubt that in the gotruuiout ol ltiajin tue inruriaie i peananla rose in a Uxly and Ix-ut m ark to di'iith th lyrouu.cui young ni-lruM governor w hum the czar nod aeul down tu rule the pluoe. Siuia- ter irupoititnce utioonea 10 tlua nana, ue cauao it ia tlie lirat time iu Ku.wian his tory that a rural political riot bud oc curred. Heretofore the strength of the auto cracy Hue txvn in the favt tlutt the couutry pniplo were stolidly loyal It con easily be seen that the tidings now of a ruetii! mvult created dtep excite ment. The 'ziir him-mlf ia nearly tit to die, wb it with bit stale of r.ige, terror anu genuine uiainay at tue liianio utud die he has gut tilings Into. His Uuiess ia asurilx'd, publii:ly, to a recurrence of the grip, from which bo suile.eda good deal during the winter, but there are a great uumlerof reporta furtively spread auout bis hating been poisoned, and oiiiers piufeas to know tlutt his nerves and nieiuitl balauce have completely collaMl uuder tue strain. lie did uot this .ear go to Oataolnna for Easter, vilb bis fauiUy, aud tide departure from hia invaalable rule at Uat la gnntt attention. Uf oourse it ia taken V mean that he did nut dare to leave Winter Tulare, and Ibis in itaelf ia eno iek to till the public iniud with the terror of a new and deep" rate out brva t uf murderous attempts by the Nihilists. This time, however, there la tery utile iwrsunul sympathy with the czar, lie has had uiue years of trial now an I it is iiupiauible to name a sin gle paitii'iiiitr in which Kusaia Is not worse oU thun when he began. I'eople have grown tired of saying ui extenua tion ibal alter all lie is a peisuuaily de voted and well-inbenutmed nun, an ez celleiu hu.Uiu 1 and a sincere pairiot. TUeae tilings ore Oil very well, but they do nut ultvr the fact that hia gov ernment is the meanest, stupidest and worst thai Kusiu ha known in this century, and tluit wherever be baa r aonally interfertxl the clfect ha, b.u to Increane and Intensify its evil character. In truth, he ia a thl. k-heuded, obsiiuate, oniutel.igent fanatic, without ability or taut euitugb tu manage a carpeutrr'a ahop. llnima liuve been ao wantonly and pvrsuiteully muna iaged every where Uiat wicieiy is lal.iug to pieces about hut eara. lie knows no way of meeting the universal convulsion save by the kuout, the gallows, torture and by exile. The worba the aituatinn grows the more cru lely aud unwisely does he use his we.iaus of repression, but they no longer repress. The tide of irritation and dislike ia rising higher daily all all about nitn. liy comparison with him iple look back upon iu father aa an ideal lila-ral r.iler, and they began with ao much siniilcanee to cull him a martyr to political lila'rty that his son has been obliged to prohibit usual de monstrations in honor of lite emancipa tion ot the serfs. All e.lorte to bring Ku-aia baric Into the barbaric desnoiism of Nt hola have ignominiously failed, and at lust tba C4tr ia face to fata with an openly hos tile nation What remains of liis career may be full of elrane aurnriMM. lie may turn in dwpair to the dreadful de Tic of a great European wnr. Jlore likely he w ill curry on nut single handed light wilb revolution doggedly to the end, an.l I overwhelmed by it, ao to speak, with hia imiuj on: but it ia clear tlutt the content ia too uneven to lost much longer. All KuroHj ia watrhlnir to see hia assassination or bis lligltt, lost mean while in a maze of woudur and appre-ben-iou aa to what will follow, ouly events of the tlrst msk-n.lude will now divert atteni ion nu ay trom the colonial crisis uutturin in ttu-eia. ami just uuw there are no aigna of these evetila. The Urand Uuke iiicli.io! Michaels vl'oh. second son of the Urnml hi Its Miclutel, and aid-de-cautp of tue ozar, lias born ordered to the ( aucanus for three years. This is due to the opKsri lion of the rtr to the projecu-d mar rhua between his cousin aud a danghter of Count Ignatielf. porieaaan Renroaehed by Stanley. London, April 10. A dlsU)li to The Times from Alexandria says: ".Stanley raproaclies the tlriush tast Africa oouv pany for allowing Amerh-an and Rus sian snortxmen to exhau it the resources of their tamlory, which, ha aaya, will be ruired some day for railway labor an ineiely to decorate their stuccoed walls with furs, bidia and horns, with out any return. It ia letter, he says, to allow the district to fall Into thn hands of (ierniauy, which will not permit En- Hen bucoa iia'n in ikt territory. tt had hoped that tlermun would prevent a single shot from beiug fired for cruel sport" Oaraaan Army Hefnrtn. BktU.tN, A pill 10. It appearathat Hin paror William s recent order with refer ence to commissioned olllcon in tlut army dors uot increano the y. Lut lowers the srnla of private Incomes neceaaary to secure commiasiona. Uera after aapiranta for commissions In tha rilles. foot artillery and pioneers need have private im omes of no more than forty-live marks monthly; thoe who I sark commissions in the (.aid artillery, ' aeventy-tlve marks monthly, and in Ilia ! oavairy imi marks tnouthly. Marked tdtangea araalnut bring made In tha unitorin uf the anur. Cotiapicd ous among them will be the abolition of tha famous Prussian military rap and tie! adoption of one made from an A mart an pa'tern. Tim atandup collar la als i doomed. Thaso and oilier Inno vation! are to follow the iutrodu'stiou of smokele-a powder, and are inleititeJ to add still further to the Inviaibillty of tha aoldlers In action. Evan tho iicturesiUO hn aar and other gaily-il'vwd rugl niaiita will have to be r-oloihod. Iinr-llns In Ihe Oertuan Arear. Gtnisror W illiam, it la alated, will appoint a court of honor to deal with tha tUarrels between the o (fleers In tlia armf. The only grouu la uixia which a dual' w nibs permitted to be fought, it Is learned, arsi An insult to lady re Intlva or lianuo. or blow when an apology ia refuted by tho o Header. CYCLONE IN ILLINOIS. Conflletlni Reports ramus ruing a llarat at Prophetxtnaa Use Says Many Uvea Loat, Another, Sana. BoauNOTON, Iowa, April 10. rrujineuHown, ui., was swept away Moudav niirht Irr a tornndn. PrAtlen the whole towu has been wiped from the i nue oi toe earin aua many people have been killed. ' The information ao far obtained was telegraphed by an operator at a atatton near lYophetutown. lie said that the town was a completo wreck, and tlutt the Iojs of life must lie heavy. A train of forty stock' cars standing on a side truck was literally blown to atoms aud the ca'tle all killed. Fragment from the buildings in the town were carried through tho air fur long dis tances. Prophetatowa is a thriving tittle town of about ttntl inlutluiauis, on the south bank of Itook river, about sixteen mdea south of .Sterling. It is on the Una of tha r'ultou and C'liutou railroad. .tliutllnr Repore. St. I'UIR, April 10. The trainmen on stock train which pulled nut uf Prophetstown just after the disaster, say that either a tonudo or nycluue swept down upon the town, and tha ruin was terrible. They say that fully fifty lives tuust bare been lust The railroad depot was blown down and thn station aent waa buried lav ueath tha ruins. A small Preeliyterian church on the main street waa blown down aud tlu sleopU curried fully 100 vards. A telegram baa been received saying that forty to tifly people ware killed at Prophetstown. The news has been vur Uied by a abort message, EXAGGERATED, Other Raporle -lay Haeeral Ware litjamd, llut Nona Killed. Ciiicaoo, April in. A condihrtor on the Uurlinglon railo-a-t, who left Men dota at I o'cli!k. says the damage re ported at Propheutowu, 111., haa been exaggerated The telegraph mnuagvr at Mrnduta, in communiculiu.i with Prophet' town, re ported that a ra.lway dest, one ele vator and several frame buddings bad been destroyed. He aaya that there had beeu no loss of life hovers! persona wore Injured, but no mimes ouuld us ob tained. At tire general oftloea of the Chicago, Burlington and Cjuincy rulliuad a report of tlie dinasti-r was reuel.ed by the superintendent at II o clock Tue lay morning. The roport waa to tlie aueut that tlie newspaper tepurts and Hist ver sion were gteatly exaggerated. But few biiihlinga were partially wrecked, and but six persons were allghlly lu jurod. .So Uuoihs will result Aautbrtr Itepoi-U A special from t 'Union, Iowa, says: A heavy storm at lnphcUlowu, 11L, Mon day night blew down the i.'hiougo, ilur lington and luincy dspot and unroofed an elevator, beteial persons were in jured, but uo lives were bait. The tele graph wires are all down and only meagre reporta are obtainable. WILL IT SUCCEtD CANE I tugar Daet Seed aad Faeaory afaahlnary ImtMrtadl from O-mnany, New Oklrano, April 10. The steam ship Nynipbna, f.OOU tuna burden, has arrived lieru from Hamburg, Germany, loaded with the elaborate maclunery for the beet suipir fuciury now under con strucliou at liraiul isl tn 1, Neb, She also brought uownnU of tiftv tons of bast seed. Mr. Hamilton, uf Nebraska, r-ho shipiiod tills muolituery, u now tn bu rope, forwarding the trains as thev are ka led. There will be a number of these trains. beveral tons of the seed go forward to the agricultural department at Wash intou, as that deparimetit has bad ap plications for st-ed, up to tlie present time, from over 'i.uOU farmers through out the I'uitr-d States, aud further ap plications ore mustuiitiy coming in, which shows the intenxl taken by every one rivariling this new and very im portant inihis ry to the farmer in Amer ica. The plant' at Grand Island, Nell., when completed, will co-it considerably over Vh"I,h0:i, and will have a daily capacity to work upwards of 4UU ton of Isvta, r Inch ia a v-ry lurue factory, and larger than the avers r'nropnau plant -lone L. a III V -M , llallena;iM. New Yorta. April in. .lira C'orhett the western uuhtHr, who is looking for a match with Sullivan, ha t sometldng to aav alout the matter. Moudav morning. aud delivered himself promptly. In re ran! to in euiteou'iii nuiuvun a saiu to iave made, lut aaidt "I want tu sav that I think It very small to apeak so disparagiugly uf a man wbuin lis has never met, sua or wne anility ne nas no knuwlr-dire. If be did ear ha could atop me in four rounds, I will give him t ie opportunity to try it at my ounent, which take- plWw lu the Fifth Avenue Casiuo, llnoklvn. under the auspices of the Seaside Atiilotio club, on uaxt Moo day Bight, whun I will spar Mr. Sulli van four rotind'.. and if I do not suo- cead in heiiing htm ha can have iha en tire gara rei-eipta. 1 am also will ng to wagnr from t'l.ilMi upward that ha uau't put me to alep In funr round." Loiiisviu.lt, Ky.. April 10. At Cham- ben station, near Mount Sterling, hun dav. Will iWiiea and Kelly Uay were killed hy Albin Harnna and Ueorga Stephens. I he ruiroeaee were rousuta. ami tlie shorn lug grew out of an old feud. iNiy waa a bystander, without any share in the quarrel. Alula Uarues ia thought to be wooudad. A aud Man Butcharad. Vintta.I. T., April 10. Charles flood win, a Creek Indian living near Tulsa, sixtv-tivs miles west of here, a very pvaoMlile man. was liu-rolly ohoiped to pieces us he lay sli-eping in the house, with hut faiuil aiout liim, la"t Friday night Clr'iimst noes point to his wile ss the pnrpitimlnr of tho crime and aha has beeu arnettatL Hriiaaliient Ifaaaa Dead. AI3ANT, N. Y., April Ift Hon. Ed mund U Jitdsnn, ex-mayor, died Tues day morning, and HO yaaxa. Lie was a past grand master of tno grand lodge of rrwand Acepted 11 aeons in tho atnte of New York, and a sovereign grand tuaiwclor general in tho Aikiiarit Aooept ad boollith Itita. CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMAL UFf Matare's rnrUaa Hroalalone fnv rrotaoUng IH fensele. Aalniala. It I perfectly wonderful to notice tba phenomenal provisions made by nature for tho nrueervutiou of the weaker and rjinre helpless aniinnla. In many casea tbo color of the crentura ia adapted in n wonderful way to Ita mode of living1 and ita place of con ceolmunt, contributing vary uiateri ally to ita aufety. All who liva among tbe gnMtn flejila, which, by tho way, is tho way to live properly, know Low difficult it It to diatliiguiah tho grass hopper from tho laaf or blade of vsga eKtloa upon whluA ha ia at reatutil ho betray himself by moving, ibose birds which aing In the hedgerow have faathors upon their backs which harmonise with tha color of the leaves about and amoufr which thev flit. while tho feathers on their breasts borrow the white hue from tho olouds above them. The Dartriilire con hardlv be distin guished from the stubble where it makes its uest, while in the more northern countries the winter dress of the bare and ptarmigan is white, like tue snow with wuicu the landscape is usually covered, and upon which these animals are aeon. Among marine am mala the same, natural provisions nre- vail, And go down, however deep, into me water, animal lire tne same color will be found. The f.oes. liviuu- in the stagnant pools and muddy ditches oy too roausiue. are anowu to vary their color in order to hui'inonize vitli theanndor mud in which they live. The little tree frog, on the other hand, isgreeu, and thus Is with dillloully distiniruished finm the trcu tu which it adhere. Fish, esperiully those which inhabit fresh witter, ore so like in color to the weeds and stones among which they lie that it is often very difficult to detect their presence. Oneof the most wonderful instances of nature's care in providing for the protection of tlie more defenseless creatures is found iu tlie apparatus for defense with which the ciittleilsU is provided. Tlie very instant its quick eye catches a dim pee of an HDDroach- ing enemy, knowing by inatiuct alone -it is absurd to speak of reason in con nection with there low forma of animal ufe--the impossibility of seekingsafety by flight and havinu- uo meaua of de fense whatever, it onjiares at once to seek aufety in concealment To this end it sinks downward rapidly, throw ing out from a vessel with which it is provided, and nature taught it to use, a stream of fluid with which tlie black est paint is light in comparison. This soon colors tue wuttr tar around, aud effectually conceals the animal and at the same time is very repulsive to all forms of animal life feeding upon it; and, u It takes considerable time for this to dUpeme and the water to clear t well, the enemy ia generally bullied. If, however, as s sometimes the case, a reasoning uniinul man is to pur suit, und the cuttlefish is still in dun- 8 or, it pours out another aud larger nod of ink, and remains perfectly quiet until the da Hirer is past when it moves off in a circTo. niukiurr a lunrer anu larger turn till outside the black water its Ink bus made. Chicago Led ger. A Railroad Ghost Story. Between Palmer and Furri,on the Houston and Texas road, there is a singular hill in the prairie black lands. It is covered wilii oak and pecan as lull as Keuluoky trees. The locality. Il.n,...l. l.ill 1m -I.. ..... Tl... ... w .. -. ...... b " J m i. lui ground is muddy, and the air uiurkv The atMtiou sign prociuima the name: the Biding ia called Ghost Hill. The reason of the uauie is this: At night while passing this point time aud again bus the whistle called for brakes and the bell rung for imaginary crossing. The train Dien, after eel- ling the brakes, would be torriUod to learn that the engineer hod not iriven the aignuls. More thun one crew boa incontinently abandoned the service of tbe company after such experience. uot caring to rule over Uliost tlili with tlie spirit of o flreinuu killed there many yean ago tugging away at bell and whistle. Texas Cor. St Louis G lobe-Democrat, Jew Among tha Caaraelan I'eake. There are eight peaks loftier than Mont Hluuc, and fifteen above 1S.U0U feet Tbe four highest are Elbruz, KditanUiu, Sbkara and Dyrhtitu. It was iu the attempt to ascend the lust numed nioutilniu that the British ex plorer evidently lost their lives. Mr. Freshficld and the searching party passed through most iulercstiug re gioua. They came upon small settle ments of mountain Jews, who must have been separated from . their race at a very early dale, and show signs of Penian influence. They passed also through a dense forest to the val ley of the Kodor, where local trudi tion dechires tbut a wild race exists, without arms, clothes or villiigea. London Graphic. Womea Deeoratore. "A woman witlia bottle of gilt some gold leaf and imate, or a pol of red paint and a until brush, will do more toward dwnraliug a house or a flat in day," said a resilient of Uurlein, "than a squad uf decorators will in a week. omen neem hi luivu a special aplitutlu fortuis sort of work, and they decorate all sorts of in and out places which a lutifessiouul artist would not lliiuk of touching. The curious point of it ia that Ihe apparent absurdities of decoration usually have a very good effect. Moat of it is art of the crudest sort but il is clfective." .N'cw York Suu. Tha Kgyptlaa Lotaa. Tbe Egyptian lotua is the sue red flower of tgvpt China, .lnmn and In dia. Until lately it wassupposed to be a tropical plant but within a few years it bos been fouud to lie perfectly burdy. At Bordentowu, N. J., it has beeu senu growing where the ion would form a foot thick over the plants. Tho flower is uiaguilluenL from eight to twelve Inches across. The petals are while at their base, and iu the ceo ter mud ol the tip a hrillinntcriniann. Tho large cluster of pistils and ata mens m bright yellow. Pittsburg Dispatch. Swi.. U'oi'hman. Uknev, April Id. At a meeting held at Olteo at which there were pre.eul ill delegates, reproiwiitllig 1.0,1) w worsmen, rtwHUtiuiui were adopted prividiuc fur the formation uf n odus uuiu.ui. aa,-i io lions lor the aid of the sick and a y.-,urn of insurance aaiust aocidunt Keeolu Ui nu were also oilopted caliug for cer tain aniendtncnis to tha factory laws now existing which will toad to uiaso them more ia.oralili. All sulking uuuera in OelaeakU'char have rttiuued to work, Rlohard Uaviot Ueiigwt. Lonuon, April 10. Richard Daviea, w ho, toguthor with bis younger brother Georgo, was senteuced to deotn fur tlie muruer of their father, waa haugad at Crewe iueaday. lieore Uavusi was re spited by tlia houM accruwry a tuw days 5 NfcWS IN BRIEF, t'wadaaeatlun of iwisreetleg llatu, ea Vaalaas suhjeasa, Baloualat Uebiuuiau took polaoo at Tiffin, Ohio. Aaotliar big gas wall haa beaa struak at Loucastar, IA tauaw Uevtna, of Loganap rt, lad., fell aiai tf . y niinnalfi Vtrguua ouurta daakla the dnssad basl law ouooualltutlouaL Row thay aay Ueuat Papiakslia aad Uim Whsslar will marry aflar alb A fin at Watartord, Oat, destroyad Iwtililliigs and goou valuad at 101,0110, adiguiuur Wuiuuu Uauoway, woo raa the nrst itaiuiuore auu Uiuu loajuttHive, ia iisait Uarpar's Verry, y., u said to oava bean cowpauoly tiaeu'oyaa u tue Tfvlirt and a weuuui auu uuuu kUuaa, It. ul I. .. . ,A..UU nj 3 Ti ll i -- . w . w mu. fus, ua ""nr will van a .puuul aoasiuu at tua wfeia tun at wua, ie Uosi witu wwua tair nutters. l)Mhvj tuiiMr, ul hsllurloa, A as,, haa laou toivu truosuiar iur iu,-ty ooueauuuve yean sua towu owi-a lur tiui'ty-iuur yasn, Summar Xteuois, the puputar luiuswol, wuo tiscaiue tauioua as labtie alaua," uaal ui ztfigubs ilaaiaas, at Xiaw If era, aUMWay, At. Uiuutuioui tue wall kuowu brass founder ui wauieia, Use laf k lurtuue tat SuUu,uUj w os ui. lueU ii'iiiig tus tutiuar aua taoyue, a sums ill-own I ell dead at UitobsU, lad., Jlououy uietut iuuia nataiy a. tar um aia uouiiisHueufc woe uiailw tuat ka bad bean aMsawl towusuip trusas Ibaodure rVuoux, anpsrlutendeut uf the Urouiuyu uuspiuu, was auitaiajwl Jauitua to uMir yooiV uriawajMit lur swuuiuug tua uouiu-y uy ulu-u ig iur unt oare ui uxj vnr sl lus elate live stuuk board aad the city ileal ui uvparuitdut at Louugo Have agaut locsaa Imm'us ou tus quosuuu uf tbe tllainnqr kuu w "iuxupy-jswau ' eatus tuuial as tua aMsi. yuiiU. ttolsu t iiauu, the Auwrioou miunter to Urasu, wuu is uev ou out say uuum, Unas iatl azpaut w rura w aia ihsm, tttuos Miau iaaiiw antaiului tiw " 'n Has out imsu au tua lauu uaa tsuutaq At ii avurlj , Uu., duaday, itil villa Bates ana Oou r oawoia uuoi luvuivad ia a tiaarnu, wu.01 omu 3j aia, a uimuar of sua uue aiigaoU iu uia usufc, attatiaau If ,tss wita a auao, miluiUiu; uiai wouuua. At Uuiuot uviuua, ti, . a., baiurday, W , Ss ouH'yiu iauu IV. Tuouiuouu bad tumble uvar a uus i.umsi, sou Auoatneuej UiYsi a uoauur-uaiiMiau kuo.guu iui4 uie orowd, soribiuaiy wuisu tug a wuraiuaa Isuviu, Tux., aduutad rasul utioui Drotaas- iug agaiust tua innsitstiua ut a uuiy en am. ui uiwi uupui'ual late tlia United Btataa, aa prupuaed oy uta uul rosauUy yn panal by cue ways lual mea, uuwiuAMab lu ouoaiiiouoo uf uiuudatiuo of tba ds uery a. uu, ilnlu,, tax., water wta-aa, tbara la aiiiioat a Waua Ir-u'fnt pravaiabt 'i'uan u bo wutor to apruutia tua aueacs ur to run lecuw suu-t uga,i aud tue tut is la del nuns, Uy tbe tiro tug jf Ui rupe aa the hoists lag iiiaotiiiiu, ru.uuug two alavauwa, ia a Iwuuuig Uuui uuusu'iwtvd uu f'"'e'iria atnait, ciuutav, twu uwu uu tba wiuvsmn wan unciuiud trout we tau-d flour, aud prouauiy laiaiiy tnjuiwd. Itisrepurtad tuat too Lallans of Cow dth-sUMMt ruaei'vauoa, Ui .limiiriMa. are eu (ariug lor uj, aud tuat tua aaoal aial ua- dnaanliauia W UM oi atarvauub uiuasi upulnai at ouua. i uan are about La,, la dus ou tue iaui vuUua. Tba taaoiutiou ol tus Saw York e un bar uf uoajiiiurue prutasuug ng-ytt tba r-Tietn utu wr U .w. .-.. auiiUMrauoa ul tus Cunaae as auauiM, '--i aud ouwaiuiy, waa proasutad uy r. varta la tue nuuee uf oongiai iuuaty. Tue abttiuriliue of tba Cuarokae Datloa an ureparuig u ui'iug about ad luvaatigataai of Uu, oUluia. auta ul Jubu W. M'allaoa, eirmal ououj-euig ugout ut tbe uitariur uaparuiwnt 11 bi etuigea tuat Wallace ouutpuwl Wile baud tue ouawuae aud Ualaaan Hon. U. C Tuppar, (aiiadlsa minuter of maruie aud tt-uerua, a uu as way to Vaduigtou. lbs begot tai Mis, u, ratannos to uu Mru ig sea waUar are to Ua re sume! tbara tlua wesa, uau altatibg the mubSter's prosvuue tu aamaa ou- Jultaa ltuiaieliMa. It haa Uaw dixvrud that W. IX Kartoot, euppoaad to uave U .-U ul.utd uua uf UtS duuclors of toe world's fair aa tba mprseaut auve of tbe L'btcugo tvU oalata Uuard, is da- f oaU-d. Tua defuat oIKurluutieUln M.H. Cut via, who rapreaaata alaiply blinawlt aad bis parannal fnobua, bVlaard Iauuiu, of the (Jul tad States sruiy, to mukiug a MUMtiiua in UarUn by aa cxoioitiou of a inoui-Ur balluuu fur war purpoaaa, Tba lullooo Is osilsd tba tliauiarck. It u lifted by alaetriuity, and Is capable of aiguallug at a Uim urns t,a dla- tauoa. Tbe maobiia, wm be aanptau la tba Uariusny army. Trlehlulaala. Aurora, Ind., April 10. Thirty cases of tricliitiiasis have been reported to the health authorities in this city. The disease stirte.1 in the famdy of August Dilluiau. MX ot tne CA-aw reiajrfMl re sulted from laii'ig isdogna. l.alv In Month Carolina Writes i Mv Inlsir whs shorter and k-aa painful thun ont wo former occiiaiou.; phyeki.tn. nsloiiished : I thank you for WiothrrV I'licml." It is worth its vYrntht m gold. Write The Hriidtiilil Kcu. C Vlluntii, r.n.. for particiilura. Sold by nil drug- nala. Nothing Succeed LIKE SI c c i : s s. flw rMifl KAIMM'H Ml KOMI. KII.I.KK . Ilic rnn( wondrrtul mrd 1dm. In tifinuir It hnH iM-ri fMllril in mu- in aitfinfr. no tiirittrr whnl tltr rlisram:, trutn l.HH HitKV t the nlmptrtl dttrar known io thr hu man Mlrtu, Th ctintlnr nwn of to-ilny e 1 a I m ami pruvr UiM ewr.t Mm VMM is CaumccI by HllcrotMM. RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER Uitenn'iintie the Mlertaa and drlvee tts-m mil o' the euiu, anil whm that t dour ynu rnnnot hnvi anaehv or pain. No mat Irr what tlu- dlarasv, whrllH-r a simple raw of Mularla Kt.rr or a votllliinatlon H dift rsers. v.r rnrr thrnt all at the eatnv time, ae wr trrllt nil ill ns vouatltlltle' ally . .tulii'iM. ( 'iiimi;if leu. I'tttHtill. Hrtw rhiti. Miriittwti'in. Kblnry mxt .iter liwnt. t'ft''a ' frirr, I'trnuh 7 roiiits. in nil it forma, nnd, in fiiti, rnri ftwier lisuvn tn thr Human Svirni. BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATKrNt. Hat- that our I railr-Marh .eionr ua nbovti aiifa-nra eiii'h lua A. nil r hook "Hlaturi of the MI.T..U Klllrr," lv.-e aanv by j. h. ;haist, ru. ;., Hole A erst. Aeheville, M. (', n.nlTill.r lain aim TI.ANTIC COAHT I.INM (la anil utUr llitk dutr tin lolloulnu ei liecl. ulce w ill Iw run nvrr lte"Colunlhla IHvltlon." Nu. fla leaves I'nltinihla A so p. in Arritee at Chniirelna P. tin p. in. No. J leaves fliarliaton 7.10 a. m. Arrivra at Columbia 11. Oft a. m. ConneetiiiR with traine tn and from all isilnte ou tne Charlotte, Columbia Ak Aa main and Columbia i Ur nrlu Mallrowla. Hall v. T. M. HalHRaiiN, Itcn. Paaa. Axl. J. P. riBVlNR. (tea. a.t. MISCELLASHOUS. ON0 Both the method aud remilu when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plvasuut tud rtf'reeliing to the taste, and act ently yet promptly on the Kiilueys, uivor and lkiwels, clennses the sys tem edoctuiillv, dispels colds, heml trhea and fevers aud cures hubitunl coiiHtipntioii. Syrup of Figs is the inly remedy ut' ita kind ever pro rluoed, pleasing to the tiiste anil nc oeptHlile to tlie stoiiuicli, prompt in ita action und truly benpKrinl in its effects, prunaretl otilv from the ninai healthy ana agrtrnlile siihstnncea, ip ninny exoelleut qualities ontuiiietnl il to all and have mmle it the most popular rflinedv known. Syrup of Fits is for sale in 80c and II buttles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable tlnigiriat who may not have it on hnnd will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to trv U. lo im' Accept any niilwtiliil. CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. vi' onw.sei) en, ifiummv, '. vfrV fonn, .r. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR HALE. Hi vlrtw ff Authntitv vettlrd In Ot-nevtev R. Conant bv a rertnln deed In truterciitrri hy T. 1. VaniiilMera d u ile, H. A VanGilder, intta tne lmih ohv oi inne. a. li. i-7. an' ri'iriMtcred in the RfKi-ter'atotTR-eof HnncomlH uuntv tn lino iu. i.ui ot-: iinti uv viritu ot niithoritv viatrd iu V. VV. Iltirnard by a frnnin deed from fid T I. VHtHiildrrancl hi aid witVdtited It. 17, and rruivti-rvt tn auld Kt-Kter'a ntfice in Huuk HO. pa(i-4M insethrr with a dtelarntltui t irut uf thi aid W W. Htirntrd dt-t'lared therein dnted Ht utter 27, 1H77. and retjiitirrrd Innnid rTi t in Ilotik 11 of inorttfiifre and deed a in trv 'it ptitre 444; and hv "CirtiiinothtTdeedfrun thv anld T. I. Vnni.lldrr and hi tuid wife t nlri W. V. Hur nurd riittcd (ictobrr 2U ly7, and rritUter. rt In aid ornt-e In Hook HO. pajir SO.'l, togtthtr with a deilaratittn o trwt atade t hereon hv thr aid W. V. Ham. ird dated the 14th dnv ol Oriolter. A P 1 N-7. aid r itlutt red in tnld ottue in Hook 1 1 if mnrtKntrt's and dtedn of irut. mut 4U7: -ind liy virtue ot nuthorit vrtitid in J. A I'onant U a vermin deed in tnttevccutid h he amid T. I. Vnuiailder and hi aaid wife, dat d the RiM'ond dny of November, 1mh7, and n'KtMtrrvil In nid orfiee In Hook of tnnrt taieeit anil deed in trmt No. II, pae 470 t we'l at bv virtue of nn iinthontv he m have u reuaoii n the deed Intntmfl matmvt mentioned, itheimid T. I. V anCdltler and wif tavlnig Inik'l to pay the morlea ecitred li -nch nd every uf anld deed in tru-t and deed and ilet-lMrntion of trust thereon a curdlna to their aeveral piuviniona, ami ih ald trumeea havini; agreed atnonir them irlvta at to the priori tit of tlie variuu debt aerartd and a to the proper dlvivmn of i he nu servd a of t ht ft Hie of t hi andp hereinnfter drit-ribedt, th- aald Orne vitvt K t'omint nnd the aid W. W. Harnnrd nndtheaaidj. A. CB 'fit. trustee in fcaid leeda in inmt and deed and declaratluna ul trut therroti. will ar I at public auetion foi ah nt the court hrur dour in tbe rity ol tihcllle at 1 2 o'clock m. on the KUtri vol tiijr. A l. lHtio, rertain piece or iartTt oi aod in the eitv of A-heviile, county of Hun .-omlir arid State of North CnmMna, on th jouth Hide of Colleire itnrt, and on thr weal tide of avliltton trret, int lndlnn the eleitan trick rvaildence now vcrupied by aaid T. I. Vantiilrirr, and the ainblia nnd twveral adja--rtit lot httfk of it, boumled nt ftllowii: t -n he north hy Ci'lle-i-tri-t, on the rant h UnvidHon utrret, on the vouth by liuiileaim-t tnd on the weat bv the jail lut and the A. T. I'avtdMin lot. now lel ' At the mint timi and place the mid V . W. llHrnntd w ill aril at putdtc auction for cub a latter lot ( houw. hold and kitcltrn furnitun undrr the author itv of the deed front aaid Vani'dlder and wth tu Harnartl tint and abtttr meittiontd ami the dec) h rati - n ot tru t made therros a ufwuaid March lM CKNKVIl'.VK R. CONANT. Trustee. J A. CONANT. Trutlet. V. VS. HAKNANO. Truttev. mar 24 dttud SZ99Si HOE. For gentlemen. A perfect thoe at rt moderate j cat Tr a pair ot our icclnhle In Kinl'v. m n'efooiwenr, Hiaft Mi,4 00, .t.ol. J.0lt, 42. AO and 2.'H. Krt pair wnrrnutid. Hx j nminr our tnerftiltlrt for tndie nt fk tHi, I 92. Hi. '- " nnd S2. tM). unritTlled for om I hirt. durability anil at, vie. IntiNt on having thi titlKlnnl M A I'urknrH IV Co. 'a hoe, The h'vnuln hatr out tiiinip mi not mm oi eacn ainoe, nni ptnio-iiti i an part ol th I . H on receipt ol inlte M A. I'AtKAHl-tk CO., ItrtN-kltm Mni. For ak In Ahrvdleliy II. HIjmOOM ei (41. ug II fir, id Hmna) aa we tn ROCK QUARRY FOR RKNT, Aiply to u. rliifina thr lmomlns wars to rent the Hock Qua $ on the ovpinlti- eldr i the rlwr, arnr the Iron urlrlar, and the MNB TKNHMKNT UOt'HKS aear by A good rock maa ran set a bar ala. SATT ATKINSON 4 SON. atarSa iltf vuwniuwfuuuuuvvuvi V 1aJTiM:it,,'.iirVT vV-a7 -.C3" MISCELLANEOUS. XcardT Bditor Aabcvllle Cltlient That oar many frttudi may know how we are getting on we will -tut that we took In io Hotel an. Rtore 99,000 In Vive Weeks. Took ia lunt Rntunlny over $700. $76 of that wti hotel, balance ton. Hotel regta tcred 2A that duy. Und O.OOO arrival In 5 month. Ouritt ck I ninmmoth 300 feet lonx and in fit t wide. Tell the ha'nnce of the world to eomc ttnd are ")ld Ched" imile, and bay good, of ua and auve 10 to 25 per cent. nr.? 10 iltf 8. R. C1IUDRRTRR & AO W. . ROWE, tlKALSR IN ITALIAN & AMERICAN HAKUI.F., Oramtt- Monumenta. etc. All ulnrie of Monu inrtlte, 'I'oinbetoiles, lli-iifletonii, l.'rna uml 'nerft made to oriU-r in the lau-et Ueiiine. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Yard At Buncombe War. houar. BU28 (1in TH B LARGUST A Nil lll!ST RUI IPPHD IN Till? Klit'TII. CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORItS II. C. Woltc rcck & Co. CONHt l. HNO CIIKWIHT ASP UIMNfl HMUMRM. Anal) tea if Mrtnl, Ore. Co.tl or Coke, Mlav eral Water, l irtiliitin, etc. PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION; Minlnc firoierty inventicntcd, developed, bought and nld. Correiio!idi life PolKited. Sample can lie tent by mnll or eprrna. tf tent by expremt chnice mtit lie prepaid. Agenta wanted in every place?. Chattanooga, Tenii, IK. II C. WOLTCKKCK, novrt dtVwlv Manntrcr. TO VEAK fJEH Ihifhrina from the etTorU of youthful arrort, early decay, waatlofi weaknent, lout mauliool, eto.. I wiu and a valuable tretutMi (peatetl conUlulng full frtienlar for boma cure, FREE of charga. A aplaadid medical work i nbouhl te read by avery nan wbo la Denroui and debilitated. Addr nol Ft C FOULUt. Moodiu, Conn nuvA tiHtw 1 v THUS. P, HAMILTON & CO., GROCERS, BIG 22, Pattoti Avenue. Mils cir.m ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., t Y. M. C. A. ROOMS, t Opto dully, rrt-pt ttumtaye, from IO a. nt. intil 1 p. tn., anil 4 until 0 n. nt. The tcmie of euliM-ription are: tine year ; ll mm., St .AO; .1 moe., SI i 1 mo., ftocte.i lolly V cm. rirliorre tor l'.ul l'rel.lrnt. Charlre W Woolery; Vlce-rreiilcnt. Time A. Jonre ; Her. ind Tna-urrr, l. H. Vinlaou; Lilirarian, Mlee . J. Ilntih CltiieiiH ami vinltor. nrv cotiliully luvlterl to ineHx-t tlie eiitiiloi.-iic ami luei-ritie their lame. a. inrntlKm. ianMOiHt lCiiKlUli and I-'rvncli 30ARDII1G AND DAY SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG LADICS AND LITTLE GIRLS, Nu. 4ti Trench It mud Avenue. MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO. PRINCIPAL For mauv yrnrt AuMHiute 1'rinelpal of Mt. intoii liiKtitutr. Itiittimnre. I lted by a corpt of toniieiitnt tenrhera. dri.-. .11 v Street Car Schedule Rkginnlnn nt h.23 a. tn. Ilndlug 10.00 p. m. Car leave ttqnare tor IVpot every hour and hall hour Carliaira ftqunrr for Mrtke't, Moubtrday ant) Cmuiii I'atton 7 minutet alter each hour and hall nour i wr leuvrt Mrlke'e, loulieday and Camp Pntton7niinuUtbeioretat.il hour and hall hour. Schedule enra connect nt Squnre. Train car me t evrrv tram, one vallte at lowetl tnrh puMiii!cr TIIK AMIIiMl .... I.IIT RV. CO. CAUTION Tan rt thoea vnlaaf W. 1.. DiinalttV nam aud prira atf tTainped on tha bo I tan in. If tha dealer ramtot aupply yoaa and filraol to factory, audotlng adearUaad prioao W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE CENTLKMIN. Vina fair, Heary Laosd Oratn aad CraaaV Heel In the eorlr. Faarnln in.no tiEiiiNK iiAieii- M-oo rj.",'!io S3.! I. AO ki.All eu .1 a au u'i iS.OO ann 01.7(1 IIOYH' M IIIIOI. Mil An BMUle In uonar.ee. nuiiun eaa baa $3&$2 SHOES L-ffjftt. 01. IS RHOR FOR MISSES. W!J m'Beaa.sSr-''iS HERRING & WEATliH. fetil d.V,ta a