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ASHEVILLE DAILY0ITIZEK: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1800.
A troublesome 111111 disease
) caused me la scratch for ten
'months, and hM been cured br
few dan uae of S. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff, .
Upper Marlboro, JW.
I was cured severs, vcars ago of
white swelling in my leg by (ho uae of
6. 8. 8., and nave had no symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physician attended me and all
failed, but 8. 8. 8. did the work.
Paul W. Kihkfathick,
. Johnson Uty, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Dlscascl
Swift Spfxiktc Co.,
A. S. GRAHAM,
OlHce Over J. H. Law's Store, South Main
With km WW.
Pilling with .liver or umalam....rtOc. to7ftc.
" " Bold $1.00 nnd upward.
Bet of teeth BO.oO.
Beat act of teeth $8.00.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at' Law,
MARION. K. c.
Will practice In the loth and lath Judicial
District, of North Carolina and In the su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Western District of North Carolina.
DR. B. P. ARRINGTON.
itmce rooma on Patton avenue, over the
clothing "tore of C. l. Wanton i Co.
' Residence corner of WoodAn and Locust
iftmu'litl attention riven to treatment of dis
eased gums, and ail diseases pertaining to
tne ucntai structure.
Tiiko. P. Davuxon, Tiios. A. Jonks,
Knleigh. Jas. O. Martin, A.rcville.
gJAVIIlHON, MARTIN & JUNKS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Asheville, N. C.
will prai lice In the 1 1 th nnd lath Judicial
nlatrirta. nnd In the Munrcine Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Courts of the
Western IHstrict nl Nortll unrunnn.
Kcl'cr to Hank of Ashevllle. dtscl
J A. TBNNBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specification nnd estimates fur
nished. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charges tor drawings on contracts
References when desired.
Office: No. 12 Hendry tlloek, North Court
hevillc, N. C. ICI.llMly
J. W. ROLLINC.H,
1 will practice In the city and surrounding
Offlec at W. P. nianton & Co.'s stable, 70
' Mouth Main atreet. aprl
B). H. SHKYKH, U.D.g. I II. K. SMITH, l. 11.8.
Drs. Rceveit & Smith.
JJKNTAI. rrUdsi OFFICII
In Connolly Building, over Kedwnod's Store,
0 Patton ATenuv.
Teeth estructrri without pnln, with tlirnew
nna'stuctie, and nil cases of irrcjsularlty cor
, MAMftAV, D. P.H.
Dental $uu? oillce i
In llsrnard rlulldlnir Bnlrnnccs. Pnttou
Arenac and Main Street,
THE. ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AahcTllle, IN. C.
P.O. Boa P.
F. W. VESEY & SON,
.No. 01 Chestnut street,
Now ready, fresh, healthy Bedding Plants
In variety, delivered to any part of the city,
nd planted out when required. Irhl d.lm
THU LAK0B8T AMI IIUHT UUI'U'lMtl) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIfck
H. C. WoHcr.ick & Co.
CONSULTIH0 CIIKMIST ANU MINIKO XIIINBS.
Analyses of Metals, Ores. Coal or Coke. Min
eral Waters, Pcrtlliscrs, etc.
PKICB LI8T ON APPLICATION,
Mining property mveettgated. developed,
bought and sold.
Sample, can be sent by mall or eiprcss. II
Sent by tspresa, charges must lie prepaid.
Agents wanted In every place.
DR. H O. WOLTCRBCK,
novS dAwlv Manager.
i. i r. Af
o. bt a .
tPMtLfu-a TO -LIFE fit.
DIMINISHES DAnVrA;rB "r
'NT mitiua m a0
"miuirmi I W
AfartasV a ff si si ansmna - asV'l
urns In tny Lamp wltheut danger f
Exploding or taking fire, tea that a
get tna genuine. For eel by
BALTIMORE UXITED' OIL CO.,
AB1IBV1LXB, N. C. .
THE HEART ,0F ASHEVILLE
ONE HUNDRED iHD
THE LARGEST; AUCTION-
In Number, Value and Area
Ever Held in the History of the City.
72 lota on Market, Eaglo
at the intersection of Eaglo
10 lots on Haywood 'street and Spring street imme
diately in front of Mr. Melko'B
3 lots at the intersection of
2 lots on College street, midway lietween the court house
and the new federal building.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
THE APPOINTKD TIME.
Terms one fourth cash, balan-e in three, Ave or ten
years, at the option of pui-chasr, in equal annual instal
ments with 8 nor cent, semi-annifal intei-est.
I take pleasure in announcing to tlio public that I have
Lost a Quarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
And yet I have made a moderate profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
The MH)plo who have purchased from me have made the
quarter of million dollars, and I rejoice in their success.
Hattery i'ark alone "without the improvements is worth
one hundred thousand dollars more than the figure at
which it passed through my hands, In fact it pays an
nually thirty ier cent, profit on a hundred thousand dol
lars more than it cost.
I single piece of projierty in tho nortwestern quarter of
the city has been sold for
More than the price at which I let it go.
Vacant lots are becoming scarce within the fire limits of
Asheville, nnd the importance of this auction can be under
stood and epitonized in the single statoment that it ex
poses to salo more than one half of all tho vacant lots
within the fire district of the city.
The prosont year will mark an unparalleled development
of suburban property and every stroke of the hammer
within five miles of tho court house will add value to the
lota which I now offer for sale.
A map of tho projiertiy can be seen at tho of lieu of A. T.
For further information apply to
FOUR HOTS IN THE
and Syeumoiv Htreetn, 7 lotn
and Valley street.
Hill and Buttrick wtreets.
TO BE FOLLOWED.
Bismarck'B Peaceful Policy By
the German Government.
The 8crlbnars Henry M. Stan
ley's Only Publishers.
His Nolle, to tha Am.rlsan Public On
ross of tha Dark Oontln.al a Fraud,
Tha Orsat Explorer ald to Re RiiKagsd
to a Tonne and Talented Kngllnh Lady,
Other Foreign N.ws.
Will Re Followed by th. Government,
Capiivl Inform, the Rslehslan.
Bkrmn, Mtty IB. In th reichstag
Chancellor Caprivi Raid that Prince
Ulxniarck'a bequeet to his Biuviwvtor
had been so clrar and so iteaceful
that the (roverniiient would not niter 1U
policy in any way. In any event the
Rovernmnnt did not desire to ex loud the
boundaries of Germany to the east
ward, CARD FROM STANLEY.
The Raplorer Deolarea That the Hcrlbn.rt
Only Are HI. Publishers,
London, May 19, The following
notice was mailed to Messrs.. Hciibner,
who have shown tha original signed
NOTICI TO THE AMKnlUAK PUBLIC.
I beg distinctly to state that the only
publishers In America who have any
authority to publish nnythliiH whatever
of mine are the Messrs. Snribner's Sons,
and Messrs Harper Brothers. My new
shortly forthcoming work, "In Darkest
Africa," is exclusively In the bauds of
Messrs. Charles Scrlbnur's Hons, and 1
cannot but emphatically condemn the
conduct of the (Inn railing Itself a histori
cal publishing company, which, In the
name of truth and just loo, put forth an
advertisement which is made up of tin
mast barefaced falsehood. The work
which they annoanced Is called "Hemes of
the Dark Continent." I repudiate It en
tirely. They say it contains nil my forth
coming work, and a great deal more, I
emphatically deny this statement.
I have simply to ssy, one for all, that
these people can by no possibility publish
anything of mine but what they dishon
estly appropriated from my previous
works, and being an American citisen, and
holding my copyright there, I shall in due
time lake proper measures to protect my
self ana I list such unprincipled robbery. I
am aware that several other publishers
ore announcing spurious mirks purporting
to be mine. I therefore think it high time
that all my good friends in America should
be put on their guard, and bear In mind
that my authorized work will be culled "In
Darkest Af rioa," two volume, and will be
published only by Messrs. Charles Scrlb
ner eV Sons. Hkkbt M. Stanley.
The Opposition of Oar Minister to the
London, May 19. The opposition of
United States Minister Terrell to tha
notion of the anti-slavery conference at
Brussels, confirming the right of tha
Congo state to impose sn import tax, has
arouaed the government press in Bel
gium to fury, and precipitated a discus
sion leading far beyond the limits of the
Hot only is the whole tariff system of
tha United States attacked, but the
events whioh led up to the American re
bellion are brought into requisition as
conclusive arguments against wluit the
journals are pleased to term tho uube
ooming attitude of tha United Slates
government, through its representative.
While these strictures might bo justi
fiable if Mr. Terrell had taken a stand
against any action of the conference
bearing directly npon the slave trade
and a signed solely to suppress it, it is
sngge d that the conference has, in
regula.mg the tariff of tha Congo stale,
gone out of its legitimate sphere into
one rendering that body liable to the
accusation of having pragmatical tend
encies. Although the American minister is
alone in his opposition, it Is not unlikely
that his firm refusal to recede from ills
position challenging the competoncv of
the conference to exceed its original
scope of delilieration and action will in
duce a marked modification of the deci
sion to which he objects.
Havoc Among the Crag. In Kansas,
KAN8A City, May 10. Advi.s from
points in Kansas state tliat damaging
frosts fell there Thursday night, and
that whest, fruit and vegetaliles wers
more or less affected. At Eldorado th
thermometer registered below freezing.
The wheat crop was onnsiderablv In
jured, anil fruits and vegetables wer
also hurt. At Atchison wheat wo dam-agi-d
considerably, and some fields that
hsd begun to bloom were ruiiinl. The
frost was very heavy at Emsirin, but
seems not to have done much damage,
except to vegetables.
Again Convicted of Polygamy.
Salt Lakk Citv, May l. W.
D. Nelson was convicted Fridav ul
polygamy and sentenced to six imintlu
linnrisonuieiit and to pay a fine of -KX
and the coats of the court. The sam
individual was pardoned in IHHS bj
President Cleveland for siuiilal
Colliery Destroyed by Fire.
Shamokin. Pa., May 19. At midnight
Friday night the shaft of the Nielson
colliery, owned by the Pennsylvania
Owl company, canght fire and tne en
tire structure wss consumed. All tha
miners escaped. The loss will probably
Four New Alaskan Islands,
Ban Francihco, May IV, A report re
ceived by a private letter from Oonalaa
ka. says the DogiMlov Alakiui volcano
that arrsw from the ocean seven years
ago, lint nfier a brief activity Im-smt
extinct, lias broken out and foiiiiod foul
Merrier at fjiigsnaiinrl, led
LotiANnhiltT, Iml., May I B. Hatnne!
McClousky wa killed st Koynl Center
Friday, by Willard Howey. Howey'i
father, a rich fanner, hud levi ed upon
some luinls-r in charge of AlcC lotiKky
when a dispute arose, which losu lted it
Killed by e Baralar.
Omaha, Neb.. May in. Charles W.
Powell was shot and killed by a burgloi
who waa attempting to enter his rear
Immense Furniture raitnry at Grass
Raplils IrfMs 1 411,000.
Orand Rapidn, Mich., May IS. A
fire that Is liclleved to Is) of incendiary
origin destroyed the Immense furniture
factory of the Oriell Cabinet company.
The kiss Is over AlSl.flOD, and the In
surant alsmt $itl,lioo, Hovers) firemen
had narrow escap. rrnin loss of life,
A Virginia Olrl's Freeh.
Nrw Ynk. Mat I9.-Mtm Nettle Lit-
tel astonished New York Friday by rid
ing man-fashion np fashionable Fifth
avenue and through Central park. Miss
Littel la a beautiful Virginia girl. She
bestrode her mount with such ease and
rode so cleverly that aha received an
ovation. This la lha first time that any
woman naa aorta vo nae a. mat in new
Chop up the corn stalks and put them
in the manure hoap. If out and orushed
they may be used aa absorbents In the
Keep the barnyard well supplied with
material for absorbing the liquids,
thereby rendering the yards dry and
Early in the spring top-dressing of
iuu pounds or nitrate of aoua per acre
on wheat will make it grow rapidly and
yield better grain.
The prize butter at the Bay State fair,
Boston, was made from cows fed on cut
clover at night, pasture by day, and a
groin ration composed of two parts corn,
meal and one part each of crushed oalu,
linseed meal, and wheat middlings,
Muoh time can be saved by koeping up
what might be termed small repair. A
little item that a few minutes work would
have repaired, if done at once, if lot go
is often the cause of a half-day's delay
at some future time.
The mainspring of farming is the seod.
It is more important to secure good seed
thnn to prepare for it reception in tliu
soiL The failure of seed to gerniiuato
may cost the farmer the loss of an out ire
crop, The seed is something that the
farmer should always examine la'foio
spring opens, by testing it in boxes of
earth under gloss.
Lime has the advantngo of being ben
eficial at all seasons, though its elf cots
in the soil may not be iminediato. It
never injures laud if properly applied,
and though its results may bo unsatis
factory at first, yot the effects aro lasting,
the llmo applied this year proving bene
ficial in the future. Lime is cheap and
Should be used freely.
The saving of the various sulmtances
that are supposed to possess no value, by
adding them to the manure lioap, amounts
to a large item in tho course of a year.
There is nothing grown on the farm,
either by seeding for the crop or volun
tary growth of weeds, Hint will not con
tribute something to tho fertility of the
aoil if the materials are appropriated to
the puriKMos for which they are udnpted.
Even weeds can tw made useful in en
riching the soil
An exchange siieaks thus highly of the
Braxiliun flour corn t Each grain pro
duces from three to six stulks, and ouch
stalk from ono to three ears, often mak
ing fifteen good ears to a hill, besides nn
immense quantity of oxccllont fodder.
The stalks are so soft and sweet that the
hogs and other stock eat them up clean.
The grain is very sweet nnd as white as
snow, makes the bust of roosting ears
and as good flour as wheat whuu grouud
Farming is a business that requires
judgment in every dcinrrment. The
farmers should not place his dewndence
upon a single crop, for such a crop may
be lessened in yield by ou unfavorable
season, or in valuo by prices in a fluctu
ating market Diversified funning re
duces the liability of failure, and permits
of better cultivation uud longer seasons
for work. Trices may be low on some
crops and high on others, the result do
pending on tho seasons and area culti
vated. Professor David Citrine, of the Colo
rado agricultural exerimont station, in
a recently issutsl bulletin gives an ex
haustive trealim) on soils from a cliom
bit's Htandioint. Discussing physical
iroicrllcs, ho says: "The color of its
soil ileNnds exclusively on its coniM)si
lion : humus funning .1 nearly black soil,
while snnd gives a light yellow, and Iron
oxidu pnsliiced a red color, Tho darker
soils, other thing being equal, Imvo the
highest ultsnrptivo xver towards solar
heat; thisissbowu when muck is applied
to tho surface of snow iu the spring.
Vat end Abuse of The Farm Work Mlinn.
Absurd things are writtten clout tin)
farm work shop. Tho fanner cannot be
proficient in half a dozen trades, nor can
bis son do even fairly good cnrentcr ut
blacksmith work without practice,
Somo MNiple soein to think that nothing
is necessary but to got the tools, and the
needful skill will come with them. Tho
absurdities written about the farm work
shop would not merit notice were they
not likely to lead us too fur in the other
direction. It is not good policy to go to
tho blacksmith every limn a piece of Iron
is to bo mended, or to the carcnter to
mako us a bench. Tho charges of the
carpenter or the blacksmith aro of loss
iniHirtance than the loss of time. Every
farmer who owns a largo farm should
have at least ono farm blacksmith outfit,
The farmer nuiy not find it profitable to
shurien the plows, but he should bo able
to weld or rivnt together pieces of iron
or steel ; to mend clmitis, shanks of forks
or hoes, whilUotrou cliM, devices, eta.
lie ought also to bo nblo to mako rings,
links, hooks and pins, The necessary
tools cost littlo and tho skill necessary to
such simple work is soon gained,
In wood many simple join or repair
ing are easily dona It is by no menus
certain that the farmer should not go
farther In womJ working, llahdloe for
axes, forks, rukes, etc., wlilllllrons, and
timiliar articles can probably be Uiught
more cheaply than the fanner can make
them fori but generally he can make
better than he can buy, nnd whon he
counts quality he will doubtless find his
own work bettor than he can buy. He
can select the choicest timber and season
It proN'rly, It is a good practice to save
the toughest, best pieces when spllthig
out rails or piwU.
Willi an assortment of copper rivets,
tome awls, thread and wax, any strap
about tho harness can be joinod. This
much leather working is always profit
able. If the farmer will give the tools
to the boys, the sense of property wilt
stimulate them to practise using them.
One boy mar have Hie carpenter tools,
another the blacksmith tools, etc. If the
boys ahoose to use'thuir tools on rainy
days, when otherwise thsy might rest,
all right but don't enmpel item to.
Making this aara work eene renders
it distasteful 1 alasl te frequently
Been that with m. lha beys ean make
or mend whan they cannot do farm
work, is altogether bad. If mode use of,
It will deleat your purpose every time.
Sarah llcrnliardt loves sweetbreads
larded with French jious and a frlcussoo
of chicken. '
John Wonnnmkcr clings to good old-
fashioned dishes, and rarely, It over,
Seorolary lllaino likos to discuss a ten
der chicken or a woll-browued gobbler
with cranlwrry sutico.
Senator Quay's favorite la porterhouse
steak from an Inch to an Inch and a liulf
in thickness, with a pint of chainpagno
to keep It down.
Tha President llkee a good rib of roast
beef and roliaho It, Buckwheat cakes
and Deerfoot sausages with sweetbreads
constitute his favorite breakfast dishes.
llow te Hake Permanent Meadow, .
For permanence of any work the foun
dation must be of the best kind, and
such as to meet all future needs and ex
igencies, A meadow noeds to be pre
pared for a year, or at least some
months ahead, and, as, it is a valuable
possession, it deserves careful and thor
ough preparation. It is often remarked
that our meadows are not as good as
thoso mado by English farmers. No
doubt this is truo. iiut the reason al
leged, viz,, that it is owing to olimatio
differences is wholly wrong. It is not
our climute, but our methods which are
defect! vt. In the noteworthy bluo-grasa
regions of Koutuuky, Teuuessee and
parte of Missouri, one may see the most
verdant and luxuriant meadows, that
have existed as thoy now are for forty,
fifty or even one hundred years. It
may be said that these meadows are nat
urally fitted for gross, and the grass is
naturally lilted for the soiL That is it
precisely. The fitness of the two 'or
each other is perfect. But what ) na
ture? Is it nut something within tue
power of man to control 'I Nutural luws
are not chunged by human agency, but
they are turned to our uses by skillful
appliance of the right means, A wheat
crop of forty bushels per acre is a not
urul product on a well-cultivated form,
just as much aa a five-bushel crop is
when the land is permitted to become
barren by neglect of proper cultivation.
And ho a permanent luxuriant meadow
is a natural produot developed by art
and skill from natural resouroes, Tha
English meadows, whioh are viewed
with pleasure by every traveler, are
made in this way. Let us follow out
the work as it is done. The land is fal
lowed for a summer, plowed deeply, and
replowed and harrowed until the soil is
completely broken up and made as fine
and clean as a garden stones are re
moved ; drains are made if needed, and
every facility for nature to work is af
forded by removing every obstacle, Tha
land is enriched with manure and lima.
When everything has been done the seed
is sown not one kind" only, but several,
and in the most liberal measure. Tha
varieties of grass are chosen to suit the
soil, and when sown evenly over tha
surface, the seed is covered with A har
row, so that the young and tender plante
nmy have a firm root-hold and not suffer
or perish if a few hours of hot sunshine
or a few dry days, come npon them.
Tho growth is not checked by untimely
pasturing and poaching of the soil by the
hoofs of cattle. Not until the roots have
spread and malted in the aoil and can
stipsirt the weight and tread is stock
turned in ; and at first only small ani
mals, calves or sheep, are permitted to
graze the meadow. But even when tha
growth Is full and the meadow will fat
ten one stoer to the acre, the work is not
thought to be finished. New seed, top
dressing of compost, liberal dressing of
lxine dust, sillier phosphate, gypsum, or
nitrate of soda are given when needed ;
and, iu time, as the meadow becomee
old, it Incomes a donse mass of turf, so
thick that the grass cannot be parted to
as to oxxwe the soil to view, and is vat
ued at a thousand dollars per acre and
pays interest on this great value. If tha
American fanner would hove a perma
nent meadow, ho must go and do like
wise, and he can hove it in spite of cli
mate and seasons.
3. L Weaver, Buncombe county, N.
C, gives the following recipe : To color
tiie wool on dressed sheepskins make
paste of equal orts of finely powdered
unslaked lime and litharge in water.and
apply to the wool with a brush. One
application will give a light buff, and
related applications deepen the shade
to a dark brown. For orange use a so
lution of picrio acid iu warm water.
Let the skin soak in it over night, then
set the color with alcohoL For magenta
use magenta crystals in place of picrio
acid, dissolve in boiling water, then odd
lukewarm water enough to cover the
skins. Hot with alcohol or vinegar di
luted with worm woter.
fOVLTUT I AMD.
' To keep eggs for hatching purposes
place them in a location or the cellar to
prevent freezing and turn them hall
round twice a weok.
Chickon feathers, if properly treated,
will make pillows which are almost a
light as thine of Reese. Use only the
downy, entire feather, stripping all of
the others from their shafts. To kill the
rancid odor, wash through a warm water
to which you have added chloride of
lime a sjioonful to a gallon of water
and dry lu an open oven. Rural New
The estimates or the bureau of statis
tics place the value of the poultry pro-
d nets of lost year at 1200,000,000. With
this enormous value of producte there
were W0, 000 worth of eggs imported.
and for tho tost four years this sum rep
resents about the average value of the
imports, which ranged in price from 18
to IS cents per dozen. These figures
would seem to show to a thinking mind
that there is yet a chance for ambitious
poultryuinn to indulge thoir tastes at a
The cattle, horse, shoep, and twine
ratsors are unanimous in tha assertion
that warmth is one of the essentials to
successful stock raising In winter. Tea
tame is equally true with poultry; In
fact, it is one of the branches of stock
raising, and their comfort ahould be
looked after and guarded as carefully aa
that of the larger and more costly ani
mals. There is monoy in a comfortable
Ducks begin to lay early, and If given
a warm, dry place at night, well littered
with leavot or straw, will do better than
It given no attendance.
If you can not procure meat for your
fowls, buy them some ootton-eeed meat
If fod daily, one plntjto a mesa of toft
food for 800 liens It sufficient, Milk la
also an exoollont snlntitute for meat, and.
In foot, it considered piwletaaas by eomt
poultry-kocpera, No matiar how well
balanced their ration nay he, thange It
often. A variety of food gives test to
the appetite and stimulates digestion.
A lioou to Wives).
Having used "Mother's Friend" 1 1
would nob he without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
through the painful ordeal of childbirth.
Mrs. C. Mcllmme, lown.
Write Hrndticld Regulator Company.
Atlnntn, tin., lor particulars, liy all
A second hand money sale and on pair
platform arnica. Knqult of
C. 8. COOPER.
Or KKIXY STRACHAN,
aa PATTON AVBNUB.
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LIKE SUC CESS. ;-,
- The reason KA RAM'S
MICKOHH K1LI.BR la
th moat wonderful med
icine, la beeane It haa
never failed In any in
stance, no matter what
tbedlacoae. Cram LHP.
ROSY to th. eimpltet .
disease known to the k a
The .dentine men of
to-day claim and
Cauacd by microbes,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Rxtermlnatca the Microbes and drlvee them
out of the system, and when that la don
yon cannot nave an ache or pain. No mat
ter what the disease, whether a simple case
of Mularla Fever or a combination of dis
eases, we cure them all at the mom time, as
we treat an diseases consutuwx ally.
Asthma, Consumption, Catanh, Bron
emtis, Rheumatism, KHlney and Mver
Disease, Chills and Fever, Female
Troubles, in nil its forms, and, in fact, , , ,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMfTATkm
Bee that our Trade-Mark (.am. as above!
appears on each Jug.
Rend for book "Hlitorr of th Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. 8. GRANT, Ph. C.
Sole Agent, Asheville, N. C.
88 BIG ;22,"
At a bargain, 4 or S Milk Cow.. Apply be
tween 2 and 3 o'clock at
ISO Charlotte Street.
Registered Jersey Ball for service. Price
B3.0O. guaranteed. myB dtf
Enffllsb and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR Y0UNQ LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad A venae.
MRS. BURGWYN alAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(For many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Assisted by a corp. of compentent teachers.
Bt virtue of a deed of trust executed to
on the llt dnv of A u Butt, 1880. by J. A.
Drummund sinil Flora l. Drmnmond. kirn
wire, to itccure the payment of (he ram of
liiiiht Hundred ana Seven tv-ftcren Dollars
and Thirty-Three CenU, bearing Intercut at ft
Kr cent, from aid date, I win oner for mm
the hljchcNt bidder for cash, at the court
houN door in the city of Asheville, on the
14th day of June, 1M90, a certain piece or
onrcel of land, situated on Valley trect in the
city of Afthcville, particularly deecrilrfd la
unit i aeea 01 iruH, rrKistcrcu in uc Kcgiaicri
Orticc In Hook H and on page 41 fl.
UUMUNI) B ftORVKLI
Farmers and Tracker
Take Notice! .
1 have bedded 1O0 Bushels of ft W BET PO-
TATOKH. By the loth of May I thai! be pre
pared to supply BLIPS In any quantity. Call
at the beds at my residence on Beaver Dam
road in Hnmoth, or leave orders at O. L. Mo
Donald's d rot-err store. No. 17 South Main
street. Orders by nail solicited.
Price at Beds, 30c. per KM). Price In Ashe
villc, uric ier KM. Address
rnayn dliw mon we m m. c lunu.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVt (T.HC.A, ROOMS.) ,
Open dally, except Snndaya, from 10 a. m,
antil I p. m., and 4 until 8 p.
Th terms of subscription eras On year
$2; 6 mo., S1-B0; 8 mo., 1 1 mo.,0Oet.
Officers for 1 MOO President, Charles W,
Woolaryi Vice-President, Thoe.A. Jones arc.
and Trca.nrer, D, B. Watson j Librarian, Mix
Cltlacns and visitors an cordially Invited
to Inapect the catalogue and Inscribe their
aames as members. JaaSOdtf
Apply to us during; th Incoming week to
rent th Rock Quarry on th oppo.lt. aid
of the river, near th Iron bridga, and th.
NtNB TBNBMBNT HOUBB8
near by. A good rock maa caa get a bar.
NATT ATKINSON ft SON.
FAMILY6R0CERIES AND PflOYISICSS "
Agent for Reemt Creek Woolen Mills.
AsBtrDI, M. C
TO WEAR LjEI
novS dssw If
names, li il Hi.trl
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