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A towMeaoras) ikln disease
I suitrl 4ran tA amirh rn Im
vIINPmi IOU Mi USCSt HU1U UI
dtp use of 8. fl. 8. '
i i u - - i i
si. a. Vf OLFF,
TTppcr Marlboro, Md.
I was cund several yearn ago of
whito swelling In ny log liy tho use of
8. 8, 6., and Dave had do symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and ail
failed, but 8 8. 8. tM the work.
' Paul W. Kirkpatrick,
, , Jolinsno CJIty, Ten.
Treatise oa Blood fikra Disease
mailed free. .
,. 8wot Specific Co.,
A. S. GRAHAin,
ilmce Over J. H. Law's Store, South Main
wun gna ooc.
Pilling with silver or amalgam. ...BOc co70c.
1 " gold $1.00 and upward.
tct of teeth $)l.on.
Best set of teeth $8.00.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
biakion, n. c.
Will practice In the J Oth aid lath Judicial
triatrict of North Carolina aad m the Bunt-erne
Court aad the Federal Court of the
western uastnet oi norta larounaw
DR. B. F. AKRINGTON.
omce rooms on Patton avenue, over the
clothing stare of C. I). Klanton Ik Co.
Kcsltlencc corner of WoodAn and Locust
Special attention given to treatment of dis
eased gums, anu ail DlKMn iKriuiniug w
the dental structure.
Thro. P. DavinsuN, Thos. a. Jonbs,
RaleiKh. JiS. O. MARTIN, Astevllle.
JJA VIUBON, MARTIN At JONBS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Aahevllle. N. C.
Will practice In the 11th and lath Judicial
Districts. nfid In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Courts of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Ashcville. dtsel
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specifications and estimates fur.
uiahed. All work In my line contracted fur,
and no charges for drawings on contracts
Mrlrrrncea when desired.
Office l No. 1'J Hendry Bloek, North Court
Square. Ashcville. N. C frlilodly
J. W. ROLLINGS,
1 will practice in the city and surrounding
omce at W. P. niantoa Co.'s stable, 76
south Main street. aprl
M. II. RKBVKS, D.D.B. II. K. 8MITII, 0. D.8,
Drs. RecTca Smith.
la Connolly Building, over Redwood's Store,
Tiwih nlncliil without nnln. with the new
anicthetic, and all cases of Irregularity cor-
J ". RAM8AV, D. D R..
In Barnard Building Bntrancc, Patton
Avenoc and Mala ntreei.
VM. R. PEIItllMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahevllle, IN. C.
P. O. Bom H.
F. W. VESEY & SON,
No. SI Chcstnutstreet
Now ready, fresh, healthy Bedding Plants
In variety, nellvereo to nny pari 01 iwni(
and planted out wnen rcquircu. nii
THB LAROBHT ANU UUHT BUI ' 1 1' i' UI) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
CONSHLTINO CHKBUST AND HININO NOINKKSS
Analyses of Mctala, Ores, Coal or Coke, Mln
crai waters, rcniums c.t.
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Investigated, developed,
oougni tan soio.
Hamples con be sent by mall or esprcas. II
sent ny e press, enargn aiu.i
Agents wanted In every place.
. -' DR. H C.WOLTCRBCK,
aovS sfcwlv Manager.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
lams in say Lamp without danger of
Expredlng riaklng fir. 8m thai yea
gel me gmain. rvr aatepy
BALTOE UXITEO OIL CO.,
AaMRVILLB, K, C.
Ikes. ailsJIsslt, i m, tOX.0f&&&w'Mm ae-Ms' ldU . mH& 'wiasVai's.-
ONE HUNDRED AND
CENTER OF THE CITY.
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Number, Value and Ana
Ever Held in the History of tbe City.
72 lota on Market, Eagle
at the intersection of Eagle and Valley street.
10 lots on Haywood street and Spring street iniine-
diately'in front of Mr. Melke's
3 lots at the intersection of
2 lots on College street, midway bf tween the court house
and the new federal building.
2ND, 3R0 AND 4TH
THE APPOINTED TIME.
Terms one fourth cash, balance in three, live or ten
years, at the option of purchaser, in equal annual instal
ments with 8 )er cent,
I take pleasure in announcing to the public that 1 have
Lost a Quarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
And yet 1 have made u moderate profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
The people who have puit
quarter of million dollars, and
Battery Park alone without
one hundred thousand dollars more than tho figure at
which it passed through my
nually thirty per cent, profit
lars more than it cost.
I single piece of property in
the city has been sold for
More than the price at which
Vacant lots are becoming
Ajheville,aud the importance
stood and epitonized in tho
poses to sale more than one
within the fire district of the
The present year will mark
of suburban property and
within five miles of tho court
lots which I now offer for sale.
A map of the proiwrty can
For further information apply to
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20,
FOUR LOTS IN THE
and Syeumure HtruetH, 7 lots
Hill and Buttrick stixets.
DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
hawetl from me have made the
I rejoice in their success.
the improvements is worth
hands. In fact it pays an
on a hundred thousand dol
the nortwestern qua i ter of
I let it go.
scarce within the tiro limits of
of this auction cun be under
single statement that it ex
half of all tho vacant lot s
an unparalleled development
every stroke of tho hainmei
house will odd value to the
bo seen at the oilice of A. T.
SHOT IN HIS OFFICE.
A Wall Street Lawyer Badly
1 WBATHFUL CLIENTS CRIME.
Alphonae ,?. Hlo,hntil, a Flrrjr
Young Spaniard, Attempts to Kill
Ilia IrttK-yor A Ikiiik riinndlng
lipute About I.i'kui j- Hi llcvotl
to Be tho CauHO,
Nrw York, May 17. Ex-Jniln Clin
ton Q. Rfynol (1b, of tin- law firm of
ReyiuililH & Hiu-rlKiin, wiu shut In the
left Hi'ln ly A1iIiiiiihi J. Stt'jiluinl In hln
priviiti- iiftift- in tin1 Brown builtlinn, No,
At) Wall stm-t. Hia wound is proliulily
Tlivrauiwof th'.'f.ifiil qnnrrel la Blip-
punril to huvr Hriwn hi a iliMiipx-oini-nt
ovxrawill. But tirs in nut io.sitlvely
known tut I Untie who ;imv kot'i very re
tlnt-Ut OlMIUI tile llli.M 'f.
Junxe Ki'ViinliU vi,a xtruck nynhnll
of U2-t-alilHr, iliw li.neil frmii a revolver
of the Knlinli b,ilnl it patl 'm. Mr.
ltoynoltin livoil in tu.iwu, . ,i ana u
oH yean n wm t.iken to the New
York htwpitnl and lsia unHitilimt im
ThH 1'rla.iiirr rjr N'crvona,
AfUT rem-hin the atation house the
captain took the pii-ouor to hia privutu
omce iind qiiPNtinned nun, imt could Ret
no antiHtiii'lory annuel. Mcpnnui wiw
very nerrouu and aeieil irrationally. All
thai he would nny wiu that lie wiim sorry
he bail not tlirowu liiinnelt into tue
Thaiurs riv. r while he wiih in Loudon.
He could not reiueiiioer aiivtlunir
bout the aliootiliK autl tiUked discon
nectedly. In his cluthiia waa found
money eipinl in aliout dl.OOU, mostly
in foreiifii lunk notes uud coins. A
piiKiHirt wim also touiid on hiiu dated
April 14, WIU, mid sin -.1 by Jnmes
lilaine. and also a cunl signed by the
Jiuner of the White Slur suainer Ma
estio. As n ruceiptod bill of the Wuat
minster Pnliu e hotel, wiiich waa dated
Maytt, 1HU0, for 17 shilliugs and six
pent, wuh ulso found in bin possession,
it is evident tht hi- nitiw over from
Knglaud on the jIiij.-mI ic a butt trip.
Cause of tlm Shootlna;.
A lawyer who was frtiuiliar with the
partic ulars which led to tbe shunting
gavo the follo'.vini( information:
Stcphani's falher. who wiu u large Im
porter in this city of fiuviim fruits, died
about two years ago leaving an estate
valui'U at visi,insi. in ins win ne inane
hia wife the stile executrix. She wiia to
receive the income diiriinr her lifetime.
after which it wits to Im equally divided
between the two sous, i'he one who
hot Lawyer Reynolds was given charge
of the business and of the property. Be
converted the latter from time to time
into ciuh with which he liought bonda
and other securities. This he litis placed
in the vault of a mif e deposit couiiumy.
The amount of the cash he converted
aniouutei to nearly tJo,ooO.
A I'rcrlolis Assault.
About six weeks into his mother went
to Mr. Reynolds to get the money back.
Stephaui was culled in and, after a
heated discussion, he struck RernuMa
and left tbe oilice. Soon alter tins he
sailed for Europe and lias just returned.
Willie no was away itevnoius, acting
tinder the instruction of Mrs. Stepuam,
brought proceedings against him, re
straining hiiu from toiivhing any more
of tho property and also restraining the
trust coinp'inv irom iienvenng up any
of the bonds lie had deposited with the
company. When fttcpuiini heard of the
proocedluga which hud been brought
against linn, he culled immediately on
Reynolds, lie had not been in the
office ten minutes when he fired the
Ht-ramlile fur m Franchise,
Ei.rzA.HKTH. N. J.. Mav 17. A syndi
cate has lavn formed of New ork.
Elizabeth and UnsiKlyn capitalists wall
the object of aeotiriag u franchise to
build an idivtric railway in the northern
nartnf Elizau.tii. There are already
three other coiupaniea in the field who
want precisely tlie same icmiory
through which to run horse rail l oads.
The syndicate, howewr. nrofess to have
tha, AiMiOitrir. nf u luiLliiritv uf tils tiroU-
erty owuera aluug tue uoutcmpiuxou
Parhsps He's Hlrilna-faehniM He's Clun.
Cedak Kky, Kla., May 17. Matter
have quieted down here connleriililv
dncethe arrest of Town Marshal Milehell
wd the tliitht of Mavor Cuttrell. The
revenue ctilter Mcljine has returned to
the city after a fruitless search for Cot
trell ainotur the keys down the coast.
It is said that orders have Ish-ii received
from the treasury ilepiiriment that tho
revenue culler ollicers extend protection
to the customs here, aa long as L'ottrell
is at large. Some woplo think he is
hiding in the city, but other lielieve
that he has g"'ie from t'edar Kevs never
to return. The search will lat ke).t up.
Ills "llravery" Out Him In Truillila.
Danvii.i.k, Va Mnv' 17. A voiimk
mini liiimed Joseph ritaples. living at
Stuart, in I'm Hick county, came lolotvn,
got on n sprit! and delicti nrre.4. The
mayor aimiiiioiied a iMwseof men to ar
rest him. He saw the ollicers comitit;.
Mil went out to meet them, armed with
1 doiililc-linrrcled gun, and when within
thirty yards he opened lire, lie then
tried to shoot Mayor Marl ill, hut Ilia
mother, who was with him, knocked the
31111 down. Staple was then arresUtl
and lodged in jail. Some excitement
was occasioned, and Staples will solier
up under different circumstances,
tla Will Miiiik I'liless KomsHihiu tlnppans.
Fobt (Iainkk, (la.. May 17. A spociul
rm of (.'lay stiis rior court convened U
iry Gordon !tiuly for his assault on Min
nie (lien Admits, 18 ycurs old, daughter
if K. 1), Adiiuis, on M iv 3d. Jud:e Jan.
11. Cillery presided. The jury was out
live minutes, and brought in a verdict
of guilty. The ,11 Igo sentenced him to
be hung on the I 1 h of June.
To Travel 'I nil hlllllllier A f.oll JhiiiiI.
Atlanta. 0 1.. May 17. It la calcu
lated now thnl nearly or quite two hun
dred teachers will go on a kiiiiuI excur
sion in July lo the Nate n ;i Kdiicntlonnl
assis'liiliou'to Iw held at St. Paul, Inking
in Maiiilolm, Yellowstone Park, Gitmilii
and Alaska, reiiiiiilng by way of Cali
fornia. He Una C hunucil Ills Mlnil,
JacKwiN, Miss., May ll.Oov, Stone
has recommended that the governmont
coiumiHsiirv rurnUh rations to 1 ,'JOO dua
tllule peoii'le, for twenty days, at Uuin
river, Jelferaun county.
It is thought that the first shipment of
Oeorgia wnterinrloiis will be luiulo by
the 5th of June.
Heavy frosts are reported In portlona
of Kansas and Missouri, on the Kith, lo-
tliiinuM, MlrnwiwierlttM i,runM
and lierric a are destroye,!, ice formed
an igimi 01 an men tuica.
HerlH-rl Ulsniarck In Iaindon.
liOWIMIN, My I t. I ouns ueruiirs ymi
Bismarck has arrived In this oity. Hia
Vuut M entirely 01 a private uuarauter.
Francis f. wara, 01 nunwviue, sis.,
died in Nashville, Tenn., from a surgical
... . . 11,. 11.
operation. U waa 00 years oiu.
Lord Tennyson la said to have received
11,850 for hia last four-verse poem.
Only policemen and start) are allowed
to shoot on the streets of a well-regulated
New York paper has undertaken the
Herculean task of deciding who la tho
proUlost woman in that oity.
It Is said that Mataafa does not blame
Germany for not recognizing him for ha
hardly knows himself with trousers on.
A poor old woman In Denver got 13,000
worth of life insurance thi other day,
and all because her son tl au ;ht he would
rub some dirt off a horse cur mule's hind
United Slates Minister Ryan reports!
"I do not believe there is a city iu Amer
ica in which life and property are more
secure, day or night, than In the city of
'When a crown prince condescends to
marry a princess over in Europe, she
must come to his house to be married,
and not he to hers, as bridegrooms do in
domestic countries. That is the d liter
ence between etiquet and ohlvolry.
Sir Francis de Wlnton says that, In
pile of the scores of explorers who have
been traversing Africa in all direo
lons, siuoe Livingston began his travels,
the larger portion of the many milllions
of natives have never seen a white man.
They are telling of a Maine man who
asked two boys to carry huh a cord of
wood from the sidewalk up a flight of
stairs to Ids oilice, and when they had
finished the tusk handed one of the lada
a cent, with instructions to "divide it"
Peter Iluvens, a Camden (X. J.) man,
bought a monkey to bring sunshine into
his darkened house. In order to see the
monkey jump he snapped a revolver at
him. A few daya later in order to see
Peter jump, the monkey snapped the
same wenxn at him. This time it hap.
poned to be loaded, and the man got a
bullet in the jaw,
A Saco (Me.) blacksmith Is the latest
convert to the belief that early rising is
not always in practice what it is in the
ory, lie got up dark and early the other
morning, and had bis fire blazing by 4
o'clock. The next tiling he knew the
Saco fire deportment hud the hose turned
on his blaze, and the neighbors were
screaming "Fire!" at the top of their
The moet pathetic story of the season
thus far is that a poor old hen in Mich
igan that has been trying for seven weeks
with all tho energy of despair to hatch
out something from a lump of dried
putty, three black walnuts, and a glass
morhlo. She is worn to a shadow, but
her spirit is unconquerable and she seems
determined to sit it out on that line if it
takes all winter.
In sawing a log recently In a British
Cohunhia saw mill, a oulverin ball one
nod thrco-qii irter inches in diameter waa
brought 10 light, which is supiosed to be
a relic of the Smnish conquest of the Pa
cific con-it The bull was firmly Imbed
ded in the wood eight inches from tho
surface, and from its position, it is
thought must have been there more than
a hundred years. Tho log came from
the locality in which relics of- the Span
inula' visit huve frequently been dis
William 8. Roberts, who Is a cripplo.
tntiudit school in the county north of
Kearney, Neh, a.ka, mid at the same time
won the hear, of Miss Miunio Hours, the
result Is nig 1111 engagement. The fickle
Minnie afterward changed her mind and
married another man. For this breach
of promUe Rola-rta brought action in
the court and obtained a judgment for
damages hi the sum of KJ.OOO, but
Minnie is wealthy in affection only it is
iirohable that Mr. Roberts will be com
pelled lo coutliiuo school-touching for a
Hitherto it has been supposed that
English miners in the middle of tbe
eighteenth century, first utilized parallel
rails, like tho modern railway tracks, in
the transiorbition of burdens. In a
"Description of the World," by Sabatv
tian Munsler, 1541, a woodcut has been
found contiUiiiiig a representation of a
little four-wheeled car loaded with ore
autl with a man behind shoving it along
parallel mils. The scene of the woodout
is an Aluatiuu mine of tho first part of
the sixteenth century. Munster culls the
car in question, "liistruinentum traoto-
tum, and mentions that Its (our wneoia
were of iron.
The great Bear river canal in Utah,
for the construction of which $3,000,000
has been provided, is expected to be one
of tho must extensive irrigation works in
America. To get the canal along the
side hill along Hear river canyon and
out onto tho plain near Plymouth will
necessitate moving 220,000 cubic yards of
solid rock, 10.000 yards of loose rock.
l.imONO cubic yards of earth, and dig
ging 1,200 feet of tunnel. This camd will
irrigate 200,000 acres hi Halt Lake valley
and 0,000,000 on Bear river, increasing
the land to f 40 per acre, w bile fencing,
building and tilage are exiectea to dou
ble this value in a few years. Bear lake
Is in southern Idaho. The reservoir for
this canal will cover 159 square niilea.
and the canal will secure the irrigation
of a territory extending to Ogtlon.
ART AND ARTISTS.
Miss Edwards says the earliest Egypt-
Ian paintings antedulo tlie Christian era
by 8,000 ytara.
BonJnmin Constant Is knocking out a
number of Krtruita of rich Now Yorkers
at fancy prices.
Tho Verstohaguln pictures will probably
remain In America permanently. They
were entered in bond free of duty, and
tlie tlnio allowed by the bond having
expired, duty has been paid on tlie en
The court house of St Louis contains
large frescoes by Wlmor, a Gorman
American painter of tho Dussoldorf
school, which are said to be In bad con
dition, owing to the poorness of tho plas-
tor on which they were I11I1L llie BU
Louis Republic demands their restora
Ex-Senator Rumscy has a fondness for
whltollsh a la vinaigrette.
Secretary Noble Is fond of fried chicken
and curried oystors.
Secretory Windom's favorite dish Is
pickerel a la mnyonnalse,
- Judgo Marline finds his chief Joy and
deliicht in chicken pol-pio.
Russell Ilarrlaon prefers fried hluoltsh,
washed down with a little claret.
Adjutant (lenoral Torter has a weak
ness far all sorU of game of the gamy
Vice-President Levi P. Morton rarely
eats more than cue kind of meat at a
HINTS AKOVT HTOCJt.
Profitable feeding must be steady feed
ing in spasmodic feeding the feasts
may do actual harm and the short ra
tions surely entail loss. Do not cram one
day and starve the next.
There is no economy in supplying
more bedding than is necessary to keep
clean and to absorb all the liquid void
ing: more than this is adding to the
quantity at the expense of the quantity.
If a horse intends to be vicious, the tail
Is carried low and the ears are laid back.
If in good humor and eager to go the
tail is carried high. If nervous or In
clined to kick, bite, or strike, the tail is
witched from side to side.
Buy the Best and Breed Better, " Is
the heading to an editorial in the Jersey
Bulletin. It is axiomutlo and good
enough for a motto without comment.
The man who obeys the injunction is on
the great highway of progress and can
not fail to succeed.
Every animal needs plenty of water.
Water flushes out the organs through
which it (lasses, thus aiding to carry oft
the effete matter. Water, then, when
given to the cow, besides aiding her in
milk production, performs tlie other
office. Western Rural
No cow can give large yields of milk
unless she is a heavy feeder and is sup
plied with all she can eat. The best ani
mal is the one that converta the largest
quantity of food into the largest amount
of butter or milk In the shortest period
A good praotlcu! farmer says 1 "When
ever we feed a pig much beyond eight
or nine months old we are needlessly
throwing away profit. We are very
slow to learn this, notwithstanding it
has been so often demonstrated. Per
haps we know it but are too lazy to get
out of the ruts in which we have been
traveling for years. "Michigan Farmer.
From a log two or more feet In diam
eter saw a block two and a half or three
feet long, Stand it on end, and bore,
gouge, or burn out of the top a hollow
apace into which salt or grain can be put
for stock to lick. The advantages of
this arrangement are that horses and
cattle can not upset it, hogs and poultry
can not reach it, and it will not be used
for other purposes and left out of place.
Farm and Fireside.
In feeding and fattening hogs It is Im
portant to hare a lot as near of tlie same
size, weight and qnality as possible it
wiil sell for a better price than a lot of
various sizes and weights. It when
fatted there are a few small ones, or one
of extra size, the lot will sell for more
in the average if you take these out and
kill for home use or dress for near mar
ket, or sell when a shipment is being
mado of hogs that average with them.
Ill many of tlie animal ailments, acci
dents and contagious diseases, preventive
measures are of the most essential serv
ice. Fur instance, when an animal shows
cigns of illnuns, it should be immediately
separated from the herd, flock or drove.
It 111 ly have been the only one exposed
to a futal contagious malady, and its fel
lows thus prevented from taking the
disease. For what is called the "period
of incubation" varies in tho different
maladies from a few days to several
weeks. This, every breeder, stock-raiser
and farmer should understand, as it
might not only save thoir own and their
neighbor, but in contagious diseases, as
pluro-pneumonia, the herds of thoentire
country may be endangered. In fact the
export and import trade of a nation may
be seriously injured, or entirely ruined
for years. Dangerous stakes, by impal
ing unruly animals, may result in the
loss of considerable sums of money, A
farmer might better make his fences safe,
as it will entail but a trifling expense,
than run the risk of losing a valuable
animal. Narrow doors to stables in the
same manner might "hip" a horse or
"stifle " a cow or ox. It is not necessary
to complete a catalogue of traps, pitfalls,
wens, etc., unguarueu, 10 snow now
numerous are the ways injury may come
I'rlocs of Crops.
The returns of prices for farm pro-
dncts arc the lowest in years, as reported
by the United States Department of Ag
riculture, The average estimated valus
of corn on the farm In 1878 was 81.8
cents per bushel, in 1HH5, 82.8 cents, and
in 1M8U, 29. 1 cents. The average value
of wheat is estimated at 70.8 cents per
bushel, ranging from $1 In Maine to 53
cents in Nebraska, against 64. S oents in
18M. 68.7 cents in 1880, and 68.1 cent In
1837. A large cotton crop has been har
vested, and prices are a tritle better than
Inst year, averaging on the farm from
a8 cents per pound in Virginia to 8,7 in
Louisiana. Oats are lower than ever be
fore, being 28 cents, against 27.8 oents a
year ago, and 24.6 cents in 188, the low
est average price previously reooraea.
In Kansas and Nebraska, the estimated
prioe Is only 18 oents per bushel. The
average value or me potato crop is 43.1
cents per bushel, against 40 cents in 1884,
and 40.4 ounls in 1888. (.American Agri
Many a man may double his physloa
capacity by strengthening his' mind
Without cleanliness In the dairy, all
efforts to produce the best butter or
oheese are vain.
Generally, he who sells bay from his
farm pays a high rate of interest for the
money lis gets,
For the nutrition of live stock and the
conservation of soli fertility, grass is ths)
world's royal crop.
Excessive growth or fattening Is at ft
groat expense of food,
Better a continuous good growth, and
no cramming stages,
The man who buys good animals and
elves them scrub feed, ought, to be
consistent, not to hoist his umbrella In a
The farmor must have a long bank ac
count who can afford to breed Immature
animals, or to keep animals for the
thainhlos after they approach maturity
A noon to Wlvea.
llnvlnu- used "Mother's Friend"
would not be without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
through tnc pnmiui oractu 01 cmiaoirtn
Mrs. C, Mclbttrne, Iowa.
Write llrndficld Kcuuliitor Comonnv
Atlanta, 0u., for particulars. By all
A second hand money safe and ona pair
platrnrm scales, linquire 01
C. S. COOPUR,
Or KULLY 8TRACHAN
US PATTON AVENUE.
1 ne ureal vocoa or curepe,
The Coming 0ns of America,
MADE Bf SPKOIAL PROCLSS-THMBtST.
Cocoa is of supreme impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten's has fifty ftr
cent, more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,!
at the same time, the aroma i
is highly developed.
SJ-VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA ("oass triad.
slwsya nsad ") la tka ortBiaal,r,sela
baa Com, tayaatasl, lalaS asul
u4la HJla,nd U to-dv bsUsvsadf
swtrantiiMf than any of ths nuBMnms units-S
tlons. In (set, s eompsrstn tast will saallf $
in solobllitr, ssrseabls Uate and aatritlrs
qaalltlea. " Larfait aala la Oil world." Ask
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Cf Lime and Soda.
Tltrr nr cemtffWoH mitf ctHutMttm.
and tiure i ttllt much tkimtmted mUk
irhSrh majttrwtr a erenm, Tr
rnM tunny mnnmfmewwtrm tWMM
so rHtin their crwf liver oil o tm nviV
il pnlitluMm lo trytnitiv tfnmarhtt, tirott'
Kt;tU of 1'1'JiK NOH WEtylA N CJOD
I.iYi.lt OIL, comlini tr.ffc Hypopltm
jthltrn i nimmt au pnlatakt etc mlimu
i'or thl rmrnm mWI n for th fnttt
of thr H mutating iunUH of lit Ufr
phntphttrt, M'ttyMiriana frvipUHtig pro
scribe it in cums of
SVHOFILA. HROXUIITIS mn
Cl.'HOStO CUVGII or BKVKRR COLtK
AU JtrugviM trtl it, bit m swis eval av4
In,! itHHtni; as tttrrc arm poor imltmilOHM.
novia d&w lv tn the sat
Apply to us during the Incoming week to
rent the Rock Quarry on the opposite side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
N1NB TENEMENT HOUSES
near by. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
At a Imrgnln, or 8 Milk Cows, Apply be
tween 2 and 3 o'clock at
180 Charlotte Street.
Registered Jersey Bull for service. Price
S3.no, guaranteed. may8 dtf
liiiBllitb and FrezncJi
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE OWLS,
No, 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL
(Por many yean Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of compentcnt teachers.
Itv virtu, of a dent of trust ei routed to ms
on the 3lat dny or August, 1NH6, by J. A.
lrumraund anil flora u. urumraonu, nis
wife, to secure the payment of the sum of
Ulirht Hundred and acrenty.eveu Dollars
anil Thlrty.Threc Cents, licarlng Interest at 8
per cent, from snid date, 1 will oner for sale
to the highest bidder for cash, at the court
house door In the city of Aahevllle, on the
lth dny of June, lnutl, a certain piece or
nnml nrlnnd. altuuted on Valley street In the
city of Aahevllle, particularly drecrftied in
said devri of trust, registered in the Register's
Oilice in Uook H and on pngc 1A.
UlMI.,nU U. nUKVHLb,
Farmers aud Truckers
I hnvc bedded too Bushels of 8WBBT PO
TATOES. By the lflth of May 1 shall be pre
pared to supply BLIPS In any quantity. Call
at the beds at my residence on Beaver Dam
road in Kamoth, or leave orders at O. t. Me
Honald'a grocery store, No. 17 south Mala
street. Orders by piall solicited.
Price at Bella, UOc. per loo. 1'nce m Asnc
vllle, unc per loo. Address
mavo avw mon we m n, ., lAinu.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVIL.lY.M.CA, ROOMS.)
Open dally, csccpt Sundays, from 10 a. ua.
until 1 p. m and 4 until 6 p.
The terms of subscription are! One year
$3; e mos 1.80i S mos $1 1 1 no., OOcts.i
dally 3 cts.
"Officers for 1800 President, Charles W,
Woolsey Vice-President, Thos. A.Jones l flee,
and Treasurer, D. 8. Watson Librarian, Miss
I. J, Hatch.
riiiu, and vl.ltnra ara cordially Invited
to Inspect the catalogue aad inscribe their
names as members. MnaorltJ
sua who la asrrs a, sililMilali iAli isj
s'sest sTe (OV sTfaSsJryPsCSajksnsaj
aovS dw lv
Aaent for see Creak Woehsr latnU"1 T' "