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AgHETIIiUS .PAIEY CITIZEN ; SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 17, 1800,
How is Your Blood?
I had nulUQMt towklag on my
lee below th kim, and wm cured muni1
end Ha sod lalllwUk ot
B. 8 bV Other bloodmedkluta bad fall
ad to do me any good.
WlU. 0. Bbatt, Yorkvlllo, b. C
I waa troubled (ran childhood with
an aggravated ease of Tetter, and throe
bottles of B. B. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallacw hUtix,
Kaonvllle, L T.
Our oook on Bland and Skin Dunasat
nailed free. -
Swift Snoirio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A. 8. GRAHAM,
OIBce OrerJ. H. Law' Store, South Mala
With gas, BOc.
FUHna with stiver or amalgam... ,SOc. to75c.
" " gold ai-OOud upward.
vet 01 tecta au.uu.
Best ect of teeth...
No better made, no natter what yon pay
M., A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law
AHION, M. C.
r Will practice la the 10th aad lath Judicial
; Dietrich of North Carolina and in the 8u-
preme Coart aad the Federal Court of the
F. western LNstncl or north Carolina.
DR. B. P. ARRINGTOBf.
I OIBce room, oa Patton avenue, over the
; clothing (tore of C. D. Wanton At Co.
. Residence corner of Wood fin and Locaet
Special attention given to treatment of dls
aatd gum, and all disease pertainiDa to
tac oeauu structure.
Tmio. F. Davidson, Thos. A. Jons,
aaicign. jaa. u. martik, AircTiiie.
JAVIDSON, MARTIN at JONB8.
Attorney, and Couaaellora at Law.
Aahevtlle. Vf. C.
Will nrartlceln the 11th and 13th Judicial
IHatrk-ta. and In the Suoreme Court of North
Carolina, and to the Federal Court, of the
Weatera Dlitrtet or Nortlr Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aaheville. dtael
J( A. TBNNBNT,
Arcbltect and Contractor.
plana, apecincatione and eatlmatea far
alabed. All work in my line contracted for,
and no charge for drawing? oa contract.
Krfrrcacea whea deaircd.
OIBce: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
aquas. AeacTUW, N. V. teoivaiy
J. W. ROLLINGS.
I will practice la the city aad arroundlng
Office at W. P. Blaatoa Co.' .tabic. T6
South Mala etreet, aprl
m. H. REKYno, D.O.S.I H. K.. SMITH, D. D.I.
Drs, Bmci a Smith.
la Coaaally Building, over Redwood'. Store,
Pat Lou Avaaaa.
Teeth eitracted without pain, with the new
aaasthettc, aadaucaaca of irregularity c
. RAaltAT, D. D.S..
- fa Barnard Bultdlna Batraacca. Pattoa
Arcane aad Mara mren.
THE ASHEYilli BRIW WORKS,
Aatterille, M. C
No. 81 Cbeatnutatreet.
Now ready, freah, healthy Bedding Plant,
la variety, delivered to any part of the city.
aad planted out wnca rcquirca. ni. nam
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL UBOHATOnltk
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
coMMiLtma enKMnrr o ammo aNoiaxaa.
Aaalyeea af Metala, Orrs. Coal or Cake, M In
tra, ifaien, rmnuniifH,
PBIOB U4VT ON APPUOATION.
Mining property lavaatigatod, developed,
bought aad aold. . . ,
-o. M.a.Umca aolleltad.
ample, eaa be arat by mail or eipna. If
erat by eipreaa, charge m.t be prepaid.
Afnram waaiao la every uw
DR. H. C. WOLTCRBCK,
PIRFKCTLY ODE RLE I
larwi Jr awy. laaiB.adtisai . 4mfe at
Eisrsslnfl teal, ra. Ut thai im
fat tM ajaa. rPMrtky
0N& HUNDRED- AMD
CEHTER OF THE CITY.
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Kimber, Yalse and Area
Ever Held in the History of tbe City.
72 lote on Market, Eagle
at the intersection of Eagle and Valley streeta.
10 lots on Haywood street and Spring street imme
diately in front of Mr. Melke's
3 lots at the intersection of
2 lots on College street, midway between the court house
and the new federal building.
2ND, 3RD AfiUTII
THB APPOINTED TIME.
Terms one fourth cash,
yeurs, at the option of purchaser, in equal annual instul
nients with 8 per cent,
1 take pleasure in announcing to the public that 1 have
Lost, a Quarter, of Million Dollars in AsMe
And yet I have niado. a moderate profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
The people who have purchased from me have made the
quarter of million dollars, and
Battery Park alone without
one hundred thousand dollars more than the figure at
which it passed through my hands. In fact it pays an
nually thirty per cent, profit on a hundred thousand dol
lars more than it cost.
I single piece of property in
the city has been sold for
More than the price at which
The present yeur will mark
of suburban property and
within Ave miles of the court
ots which I now offer for sale.
A map of the property can be
- For further information apply to
FOUR' LOIS IH THE
T liO TS
and Sycumore HtreetH, 7 lots
Hill and Buttrick streets.
DAYS OF JUI1E, 1890;
balance in three, five or ten
I rejoice in their success.
the improvements is worth
the nor twes tern quurter of
I let it go.
an unparalleled development
every stroke of the hammer
house will add value to the
seen at the ofllce of A. T.
TWO REPORTS TO-DAY.
COMMITTEES ON EDUCA
TION AND PUBLICATION.
A FLATTERING SHOWING FROM
The NnMUBMEr or Porlodtcaln Ia
anccl by the Publication
RKPORT ON PVHLICATION.
In ubmittinR to the Geiienil Assembly
its twenty-ninth annual report, the exec
utive committee find abundant reason
for grateful acknowledgment of the guid
ance and blessing; which has made the
Inst year tbe most prosperous 01 any in
the history of our work.
A reference to the treasurer's report
shows that $8,667.86 have been received
on collection account from churches.
Snbhath schools and individual, during
the past year, an increase ol about ten
per cent. This increase, though it is by
no means commensurate with the needs
of our growing work encourages the
hoi that, as the church becomes thor
oughly familiar with tbe colportage
work, titer will De aucn an increased
liberality, year by year, as will justify a
rreat enlargement of this aseucv.
While there has been a small increase
of funds contributed, there baa been a
targe increase of expenditures for the
strxtly benevolent work. $7,112.51 hat
been appropriated to the colportage
work : S3.941.70 in donations made di
rectly by the committee, and $223.21 of
cracta, cict aiainuuica xruiaitouuir Uy
our colporteurs, giving a total ot til
Tbe table of assets and liabilities
shows an excess of assets over liabilities
ol $80,041.19, an increase aver last year
$3,852.08. This increase appears in
amount invested in sterotvoe plates, out
standing personal accounts, and stock
Of liabilities or debts we have practi
cally none, inasmuch as of the $2,040.02
wmcn appro r as iiauiiiiica in tut rcpun,
$,7H0.GH represent a art of our stock
which we carry on sale, and tbe re
mainder, $159.34, has been paid since
the report closed : and generally, it may
be said, that since Ju,y, 1889, when tbe
last bond ot $lou waa paid, we nave naa
no debt other than the regular monthly
bills, promptly paid trom montn to
montX. It is Dronosed that the methods
of business resulting in this condition of
thine shall be continued,
We mar note, betore leaving this part
of the report, the increased receipts Irom
royalty, and the increased net income
from tbe publishing house, which
amounts this year to $2,233.13.
In our laat report we stated that the
sales of tbe year then reported were
larger than had ever been made before
by the committee in any one year. We
are now able to report a large increase
during tbe past year, the total amount
being $38,216.13, an increuae of nearly
fnrty per cent, over the sale of last
Comparing trie sales oi tne years past
with those of tbe first complete year after
the business was resumed in 18H3, it will
be found to have increased seventy-five
In reporting the increased sales of last
year, the fact was noted that the indcase
was largely dua to the opening up of the
calportage work, which had required a
very considerable amount oi sioca: out
the increase ol forty per cent, now re
nortrd rcDresents a positive growth by
that much of tbe orninary business of
It arjneara. therefore, that, while there
has been steady growth of the buiioess
or the bouse from tne time tne commit
tee resumed business in 18H3,the growth
of tbe last year has been as great as that
of the whole previous period.
we may or jusuncu in irKaruuif u".
as an indication of re-established confi
dence, und of increased satisfaction with
the work of the committee, and of wider
spread information aa to the facilities of
fered, in tnis last respect, nowever,
there remains much to be done, as we
constantly have evidence of much ignor
ance on the part of some ol our people
of what is being done by the church
to supply the want of Sabbath schools
SAaaTII SCHOOL PAPRRS.
In this department of the work we are
able to make a more gratifying report
Children a Friend. In response to an
overture asking the "General Assembly
to take atepa towards providing an il
lustrated weekly paper for the interme
diate classes in our Sunday schools," the
last Assembly "referred this matter to
the executive committee, tnat it may re
txirt upon it to the next Aaaemhly. la
obedience to tbia direction, the executive
committee gave the whole aubiect careful
consideration, aa indeed it had often
done betore, and reached tbe conclusion
that the wishca of our patron, as ex
pressed to us through the action of the
General Assembly and in other way,
would best he met by tbe issue of lour
numbers of the Children's Friend each
month, instead ol two, aa has been done
hitherto. This would meet the desire of
many to have paper for distribution
for each Sabbath day, except when a
fifth Sabbath occurs in any month. In
attempting to meet tbe overture referred
to above, we had this difficulty: the
Children's Friend in its contents hitherto
baa In our view been rather adapted to
tbe intermediate than to any other
classes in our Sabbath schools. It seemed
best, therefore, to make, it possible, pro
vision for both primary ana intermediate
scholars. As it did not area to us prac
ticable to taw a separate paper, we
have concluded to have otm department
suited to the irimnry and one suited to
the intermediate scholars.
We have barn enabled to carry out this
plan by tbe generous aid of the publishers,
Meaara. Whittct & Slienncrsnn. without
increasing the subscription price of the
paiiera, giving for the same subscription
price 48 papers per year instead of twenty
four, with but a very slight reduction in
the sise of the paper. The publishers
would not nave been jusunea in tma oy
the subaerintion list at the time the
change was made, but ther were willing
to undertake it in tne dciici tnat inert
would be a large increase in the list, and
thla hnn haa lawn alrradv nnrtiallv re
alised, there having been a gain of about
twenty-five per cent., mninly since the
change was made in tne paper.
Uarncst Worker. The liarnest Worker
auto more than holds its own, there hav
ing been an increase of about ten per
cent, daring the year.
A corresponding increase may oe notea
in tbe subscription list of the Quarterly
and the Lmaon Leaves.
The number of all thr periodicals issued
during the year it shown in the accum-
Barnest Worker 18A.0O0
Children's Friend 400,000
.eason I'anera l.OOO.OOO
Lesson Quarterly 60,000
Primary Lesson Tapers 800,000
RKPORT ON RDtlCATIIIN,
The executive oemmlttee of education
would respectfiilly report to the General
mbtv in arsalnn at Aahevtlle. N. C.
May 11, 1HIMI, the results of its work for
the year 1HH9-00.
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At our nm meeting, une o, innu.oijr
hearts were saddened by the announce
ment of the death of our brother and co-
laborer, F. W. Sherrell. Our love for him
and high appreciation of his services are
set forth In the resolutions adopted.
which are spread upon the minutes of
the committee. Tne vacancy caused Dy
his death was filled by the unanimous
election or Judge a. M. bates.
At this meeting it was resolved that
the salariesof the secretary and treasurer
be as heretofore, vix: $1,000 and $100
respectively. It was also resolved that
the scale of appropriations be the same
us last year, namely, vw : I ne maximum
to seminary and college candidates. $100 :
$25 tbe maximum to candidates In the
academic course, to which may be added
such supplemental appropriations, in
cases of necessity, as the funds may
auiiut oi, in tne uiacrciion oi tne -com1
The first applications for aid were pre
sented at the regular meeting in
July, and they continued up to the
very close ol our work. Indeed, the
committee held in obeyance the last
four applications, hoping to be able to
grant them, but were compelled to de
cline to do so at last. The whole num
ber of candidates enrolled during the
year is 21 1. (Jt these, four withdrew and
one died before receiving aid. Thi lea vea
200 who have been aided bv the commit
tee. In comparison with last year, the
number aided is greater by 30. The
amount paid these candidates ls$ln,enK,
which is in excess of the amount paid
last vear bv $2,030.70. The amount
paid last year from all sources was $1 7,
182.88. The amount received this year
is $19,799 94. But of this sum $650 in
North Carolina State bonds was paid
back into our treasury by . W. Thaxton,
a former candidate for the ministry, un
der the care of Kcanoke Presbytery.
These bonds were negotiated in New
York fur $628.68. $400 was received
from Mr. J. H. Uuiclev. a former candi
date under the care of Winchester Pres
bytery; $107.28 was returned by Mr. E.
R. Carichoff. a former candidate of Lex
The committee has also received two
legacies one of $300 from the estate of
Mrs. Mason, of Natchez, Miss., and one
of $200 from that of Rev. W. S. Thomp
son, of Richmond, Va. Some ministerial
brethren at home have generously aided
the candidates, and a missionary to
China sent us $160.
Our books were kept open as long as
possible, hoping to get enounh money to
pay up all our appropriations, and we
were not disappointed. We are happy
to report that our pledges to the candi
dates have been redeemed, and there is a
balance in the treasury of $39.14. Hut
except for the contributions from unex
pected sources, tnere would not nave
bein enough money to pay our candi
dates by nearly $2,000. Deductiugthese
special contributions, we find that the
receipts for this year exceed those of last
vear by only $832. This increase is not
in proportion to the increase of candi
dates. It has already bce.i stated that
we have assisted 39 more candidates
this year than last. This additional
number reauires at least $3,000. and
this amount should have been contribu
ted bv the churches. Many of these can
didates need more than $100, nnd it was
earnestly hoped that the committee
would be able to make some supplemen
tal appropriations, but have nut been
able to do so.
According to tlie direction of the last
Assembly the executive committee ap-
Prtioned the sum of $25,000 among the
resbvterics. with the renucit that if it
seemed good to tlie Presbyteries these re
spective amounts might be apportioned
among their enurencs. we are giao to
report that a larger number of the Pres
byteries than formerly complied with this
rennet. A few Presbyteries hnvcexceed
ed their apportionments, while a large
number nave fallen snort.
Tbe fall meetings of the Presbyteries
would seem to be tbe best time lorcon.id-
ering this great work of the church,
They come just before tbe time of the col
lection in November, and when the ap
plications for aid to their candidates
snouid be maae. it is earnestly reconv
mended by the committee that a morn'
ing or afternoon session of each Prcsbv
tery be given to the consideration of this
fundamental work ol tnecnurcn. tind it
not been for the good providence of God
in sending us nearly $2,000 from un
expected sources many of our candidates
would nave gone home, discouraged and
in debt. But while very much depends
uoon the Presbvteriea and tbe chairman
of education, still more depends upon our
pastors. Many of our strong churches
end B no more money than they did
five or ten years ago, while the number
of our candidates haa been increasing all
the time. On the other hand, our re
ceipts from many of the weaker churches
have increased in numner and amount.
We are aware of the fact that many of
the strong churches are called upon to
make contributions to special cases, but
brethren should remember that there are
two hundred other candidates as wor
thy, and perhaps more needy than those
ipcciul casta. We ask, therefore, that
the strong churches increase their contri
butions as the number of candidates in
creases. While we recognite the fact thnt
the multiplication of collections is unde
sirable, we know thnt the authority
given us to ask fur free-will offering, or
ii not her collection on the nrst oi April,
ha been of great assistance to u in our
work. By the middlcof March we know
pretty well how much money will be
needed to pav up our candidate, and
here are aiwavs some orctnren ana
churches who are ready to respond when
definite statement of hat is needed are
laid before them. This second collection
nlo will give an opportunity to those
churches which failed to mnke a collec
tion in the fnll. We trust, therefore, that
this authority to mnke an appeal in
April will not be revoked.
We again call attention to the import
ance of giving the children in our Sab
bath schools nn opportunity to contrib
ute to this cause. The pastor orsnperin
tendent should inform them of the nature
and necessity of this work. It would give
them a pleasure to help the young men,
it would add considerably to our reve
nue, and it would be training tliem for
We anneal, a so. to our Ladies' Socie
ties to remember that without ministers,
all the work of Home and Poreign Mis
sions must stop. Wc ask tliem, there-
lore, to give a part oi tne proceeds oi
their labor to tne support oi our can
didates for the ministry;
While the Secretary has not trenched
on the time given to other departments
of church work br making appeals for
contributions, except as authorised by
the Assembly in November and April, ne
has kent the condition of the cause be
fore the churches by brief monthly state
ments in ourchurch papers of the number
of candidates enrolled, the amount ap
propriated, nnd the amount paid to date.
The thank of the church are due our ed
itorial brethren for their good words in
behalf of the cause and the publication
of these brief statements.
The last Assembly directed the com
mittees of Home Missions and Bduca
ttoo to publish their receipts Jointly, in
sheet form, every three month. nd have
them distributed by the mailing depart
ment of the liarnest worker. A corres
nondence was had between the secreta
ries of the Home Missions and Educa
tion, and it was found thnt the cost of
such publication and distribution would
be so much, that the Atlanta committee
declined to have It done. This being re
ported to the Committee of Hducntion,
the following resolution was passed:
InasmucD at the publication cannot oe
made without considerable epense, and
because receipts are sent by the teasurer
to each contributor, and because the
Home Missionary committee has de
clined to make these publications, mak
ing it more difficult for this committee to
do so, therefore it is deemed best that
such publications be not made. In
lien of this, it is the judgment of the
committee that the course pursued by
the secretary of making brief monthly
statements is a good one. The whole
church will be able to see at
glance the exact state of the work.
These statements should begin after the
November collection and continue up to
first of April.
The candidates on our roll are under
the care of fifty-four Presbyteries. The
following twelve Presbyteries have the
largest number of beneficiaries and in the
order named: Abington, 12; Concord,
10; Orange, 9; Central Miss., 9; Enoree,
9; Central Texas, 9 ; Louisville, 8, and
Holston, Harmony, Bethel, Dallas and
West Hanover, each, 6. The remaining
Presbyteries range from one candidate
Tlie committee would call the attention
of the Assembly to the fact that, at the
request ot Presbyteries which contribute
to our lunas. we nave aided twelve can
didates in seminaries outside of our own
bounds. In view of the unsettled state
of theological opinions in the Northern
Presbyterian church, it is more import
ant than ever that ourcandidates pursue
their studies in our own institutions.
We desire to emphasize the importance
of the observance of the fourth Thursday
of February as a day of prayer for the
youth in our schools and colleges, and
recommend that on the first Sabbath of
November special instructions be given
to the people on the necesssitv of tirirer
contributions, and special prayer be
maae lor more laborers.
The following named persons consti
tute the committee, vis. :
Key. b. M. Richardson, D. D., secretary:
Rev. Neandcr M. Woods, D. I)., chair
man; ti. W. Macrae, treasurer; Rev. Jno.
H. Boyd. Rev. F. L. Ewinc. S. P. Read.
T. H. Rice. H. M. Ncelv. Thos. Welford.
jno. jonnston, 11. M. Estea.
Kcspecttully submitted by the commit'
tee. E. M. Richardson,
The Dally Cltlcen.
Is always alive to the interests of
Asheville and its people.
Is the most noiiulnr advertising me-
dium in North inroima.
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Is read by a greater number of people
than any other secular paper in the
Is always filled with the choicest rend
ing mutter of the day.
Bonrding houses fill their ronins bv ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and nil the news, mulics the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever mudc a urent
success without advertising. Try tlie
An advertisement in the Citizkn onvs
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
A Boon to WIveB.
Having used "Mother's Friend" I
would not lie without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
through the painful ordeal of childbirth.
Mrs. C. Mclburne, Iowa.
Write Bradficld Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. By all
At a bnrgnln, 4 or S Milk Cow.. Apply be
tween 3 and 3 o'clock at
1HO Charlotte Street.
Rcal.tcrcd Jcncy Bull for acrvive. Price
$3.0O. guaranteed. mayR iltf
English and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR TOUNfl LADIES ANO LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURQWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
(For many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
AMi.trd by a corp. of comucntent teacher,
By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me
on the lln day of Auicu.t, 1HH6, by J. A.
Ilrummond and Flora L. Drummond. hi.
wife, to secure the uuytnent of the sum of
Klajnt Hundred and nevrnty-Pcven Hollar,
and ThlrtT.Three Cent., hearfna Interest at 8
Kr cent. Irom .aid date. I will oner for .ale
the highest bidder for cash, at the court
house door in the city of A.hevlllc, on the
14th day or June, IHOO, a certain piece or
pnrcel orland, situated on Valley atrevt In the
city of Aaheville. particularly decrihed In
aid deed of tru.t, registered in the Ncftter'.
tirhcc in Hook H and on pave 41 A.
BDMUNU U. NOKVHI.!.,
Farmers and Truckers
I have bedded loo Bu.hel. of 8WBBT PO
TATOUfl. By the ISth of May I .hall be pre
pared to supply BLIPS' in any quantity. Call
at the bed. at my residence on Beaver Dam
road In knmoth, or leave order, at G. L. Mc
Donald', grocery .tor, No. 17 south Main
street. Orders by nail solicited.
I'rtce st Herts. 30c. ncr loo. Price la Ashe
ville, UAc per 1(H). Address
mnyA d3w mon we frl H. C. I.ONO.
Street Car Schedule.
Beainnlng at 7 a. m, Bndlng 10.00 p, m.
Car leave tuuani for all points oa the
hour, and twenty and forty minute there
after. Schedule car connect at Square.
Train car and baaKnge car meet every
train. On valla allowed each passenger.
Baagsk transferred from all point In the
city for 38 cent.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAl.
LOUISVIUC, Kf. A-far tOU. H.t.
' The Foremost Cocoa of Europe
The Coming One of America, 1
tmuKJt tA a come
qood tob tbi xzarzM.
The claims of cocoa as a
useful article of diet are stead
ily winning recognition. Un
like tea and coffee, it la not
only a stimulant butanour
isher; and it has the great ad
vantage of leaving no narcotic
effects. Hence it is adapted
to general use. The strong
may take it with pleasure,
and the weak with impunity.
as-Via Hotrnir Cooo ("one. trM.
always nsd") lasvM no Injurious sffan. on
th. nsrvou. tnun. It I. no wonder, than
Im that in all pan. ol th. world. thK
ttirakir'a Coco. U raasaasMBdad by aaaaV
laalsnaa laawad af t aad a.Saa aa
ataar aa.aa. ar ehaealat far Sally
asa by children or sdalts.h.1. and lick, rich
and poor. "Lsnnat s.1. In th. world." Ask
for Via Hotmoi'sand aubnooisn-. at
As a Flesh Predaear there cam ka
no faestisa ist that
Of Pari Cod Unr Oil ui HnoiilrOsplltM
Of Lime and oda
is without a rival. Has haw
ICROfUL. OsWHITrt, COUCM AND
COLDS, AND AIL FORMS OF WAtTIM DIS
USES. AS VALATAltLM Aa MILK.
Hintrt vna fal tfcaaaauttJM a Ur an
poor f mifiinoHai
Apply to us during th Incoming week to
rent the Rock Quarry on the oppoalte lde
of the liver, near the Iron bridge, aad th
NINB TUNBMBNT HOUBBS
near by. A good rock roan eaa get a bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Palaci STiaaitas. Low Ravts.
tour Trips par Weak awiaata
DETROIT, MACKINAO ISLAND
Vato.kay.nsnH si, atari., sad taaa
Huron wy yoirta.
vary Womi Day S.lw..a
DETROIT AND OLEVELAND
SpwM nau Trial tortile J.o. Jly, Awn awl
Doabl. Dsiur Una 1
CHICAGO AND T. JOSEPH, MICH, ,'
0'JH ILLUSTRATED AMfMLrT9 .
Mat, nnd Siouralnn Tlokot. wffl aafaralafttd ' '
by your Tlok.t Aaant, or adaraaa
t. B. WHITC0MB, 0. r. A., DiTsorr, Mnx.,
Oatrolt and Olavslans) Staam Nav. Oa. .
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FAMILY6R0CER1ESAK0 PWYCSnS '
Agent for teems Creek Wootea ailUa,
AaaevtUe, M. C.
NBW DHRD, carafaJly prepared bylaad ,
Ing member of th A.nevilto tar toar
iumii poinna, f wav va aura now.,,
it th oaa of th Crrtaaa) PfaMaaj ,.
No. North Cow Mura. fraaia ' '
on sale at