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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1890.
Nature should c
assisted in t!"
spring to throw oil
the heaviness or
tho sluggish winter
circulation of the
does It no well, so
prompt or oo mi t rl v
owiii a epiTi'ia.
I have used 8. 8. R. for a nutubrr o1'
won, and consider it the ls-st touii; .1
blood remedy thut I ever used. In fi
1 would n"t attempt to cnt'T u;i;i
itpring or cummer i i this climatowit'
out it. II. W. Ooi.i-.mav,
Of Coleman Ferguson & CD.
UudoCity, 1' .
Our hook on Woe 1 uud Skin Plsut sc"
Swift Spkcino Co.. Atlanta, Gr,
T'KOI-'ESSIOXAL CMA7AS. "
A. S. tiHAIIAM,
nfflce Over J. II. Law's Htore, 8uuth Mllin
' IK TBM
I Wl ,.f,ww
t " with gas floe
" Pilling with allver or nianlKiitii....roc io7fte.
' " gold $l.oonml upward.
Hot of teeth stl.no
Bent Kt of teeth 8.00.
No better made, no matter whut you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
will nractlce in the loth nntl lath Itidirlnl
IHetrlcl of North Carollnn and In the 8tt-
nrcme Court nnu the l'ctlcral court ul the
Wcatem IHatrivt of North Carolina.
DR. B. K. ARRINGTON.
(tffliT ninmi nn 1'nttoa nvenue. over the
clothinu- atorc of C. . lllnnton Co.
Kcaiitcnce corner of Woodlin and Locnat
Hncelnl nttentlon iHvcn to trentment of ills.
enact! guma. nnd nil discnace iM-rtaining to
tnc actual etruciure.
Tiiko. I'. Daviohon, Tikis. A. Jon,
KillrlKh. Js. li. MAKTIN, Aslcvillc.
JJ.WIIISIIN, MARTIN JON US.
Attorney nntl Couusellors tit l.nw,
Aahevilk'. N. C
Will ora lice in the 11th mid I -til Judicial
Jliatricte, and In tile Supreme Court ol Nurlh
Carolina, and In the redernl Cmiii-ih of Hie
Western mstrlct ol Norm inromri.
Keler to Hunk of Asheville. disci
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, specifications nntl catiniutca fur
nished. All work In my line eontrncti-d for,
and no charges lor drawing on cotilriictH
a warned me.
Kcfcrcncca when dealrcrt.
Illliee: Nn. 13 Hendry lllotk. North Court
rbliinre, Aahevillc. N. C fcht'.KIlv
" J. W. ROLLINGS,
I will prnetlce in the city and aurrnnudlng
Office at W. P. lllnnton Co.' stable, TO
Mouth Main atreet. aprt
K. II. RKKVKH, II. O.K. II. K. SMITH, ll. U.K.
Dr. Reeve 4fc Smith.
In Cunnatly Budding, over Kcdwood'e Htore,
Teeth extracted without iiuin, with thenew
ann-sthetic, and all cnaca of irrriiulnritv cor
J '. RAM8AV, II. 11.8.
7 onicc i
In riaraard nulltllng Hntraacca, I'atton
Avenue and Main street,
VM. R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anhevllle, !N. C.
. o. roi .
F. W. VESEY & SON,
No. ft! Clicatnut atreet.
Now rradv, frrah, healthy Mcdillng Plants
In variety, delivered to tiny part of the city,
nnd planted out when required. fchlHd.Hnt
THII LAKOKHT ANII IIKST HOI'II'I'HII IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
CONai'LTINO CtlKUIKT ANII 111111 KNIIINKKS.
Annlyaea nf Mctnln, (Irea, Coal or Coke. Min
eral Water. I'ertlliicra. etc.
I'KICK LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Invcatlicntrd, developed,
bouahl and aolil.
Ramplra can Iw arnt hy mall or raprraa. If
sent hy eiprraa, chariira mint lie prepaid.
Agent wanted in every plucc.
IIR. M 0. WOLTCKHCK,
IS PAIN , T0 life
Burn In any Limp without dinger of
Exploding or liking fir. that you
gat tha genuina. For ailo by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
' tp4 dawly
THE HEART OF ASHEVILLE
ONE HUNDRED AM)
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Number, Value and Area
Eyer Held jn the History of the City.
72 lota on Market, Buglo mid Sycninoio strings, 7 lots
nt th; intoi-sw tion of KiirIo jiikI Vtilloy HtrtH'ts.
10 lots on Haywood utivot and Spring shift iinmiv
dintvly in front of Mr. Mdko's handsomi' rcsidcni-e.
3 lota at tho intt'iHi'ction of Hill and Huttrick HtrtH'ta.
2 lota on Collt'tfo strtH't, midway M wn tli rourt honi
and the now federal lnildiiif'.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
THE APPOINTED TIME.
Terinn one fourth rush, balanro in throe, f1v or ten
years, at tho option of purchaser, in equal annual instal
ments with 8 percent, senii-amiual interest.
I tnko pleasure in announcing to the public that I have
Lost a Quarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
And yet I have made n modern to profit on each piece of
property that I have handled.
Tho people who have purchased from mo have made the
quarter of million dollars, nnd I rejoice in their success.
Ihittery l'ark alone without tho 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 per cent, profit on a hundred thousand dol
lars more than it cost.
I single piece of property in tho nortwesternqunrter of
tho city has boon sold for
More than tho price at which' I let it go.
In order that intending purchasers may not be disap
pointed, nn they have been at some recent auctions, I an
nounce that not less than 2" of these lots shall bo sold at
all hazards, without any upset price. They will certainly
be knocked down to the man who makes the highest bid.
Kaeh purchaser at the sale will receive a ticket for the lot
he buys, and each of these tickets will entitle him to draw
for lot No., adjoining Frock's lot on Knglo street near
Main. Tho prize lot is J() by !)2 and cost me in cash
1,0."() last October before
safe now to say it is worth
free of all charges, will be made to the party whodraws the
lucky number. So that a man may buy n, $100 lot and
thereby secure a ticket which may enable him to obtain
$2,000 worth of profitable real estate.
Vacant lots are becoming
Asheville, nnd the importance
stood ami epitonized in the
poses to Rale more than one half of all tlx vacant lots
within the fire district of the city.
Tho present year will mark
of suburban prorty and every stroke of the hammer
within five miles of the court house will arid value to the
lots which 1 now offer for sale.
A map of tho property can
For further information apply to
any improvements, and it is
11,500. An absolute deed,
scarce within the fire limits of
of this auction can be under
single statement that it ex
an unparalleled development
be seen at the oflleo of A. T.
TO iRilJ) LEVEES.
Congress Will Appropriate Be
tween Three and Four Millions
To Strengthen the Banks of the
Thl. I. alt DaclHlon of a Haw York llaraltl
Mpaclal C'nrrfapondent In lVintlilugtou
Altar a Cnrclnl Investigation I'lMitt.r
Along th. ltlror Nd llav No Further
Nkw Yokk, May 98. -A Herald spe
cial from Wniliinftton cava: '
After cu.-'ful iiiveilixttlon in both
hoiiwM it ni ',r inw be stated dcfiiiitnly
that tho F f'y llrst congieas will appro
prihtfl for l.v-fo imprormnnntti on the
MiMMi; i '" n lO.O'.ti) to ti.000,000.
The i'-i" i ri' m will be made in
time to iilluy alarm and to wive tome
valnnhlo proirfy. There need 1 no
further imp winevi on the part of plant
ers nnd others reading alontr the (jreat
stream. 1 lave been adviKed all along
that, tho nieaanre vniiild prolmlilr be
adoptod, lmt elements of donlit entered
int tho rintter and preventoil m poui
tive a atntmnent aa Mint givun ahove.
ThiH atateniont ia nut made upon the
aimple buKia of kind tliiuga aaid to the
visiting delegation uor upon the enthu
aiacin of the friends of the Miwdsippi in
either honi-e of oontrrnra, bnt ia founded
on a conipnri.;ou of view and informa
tion derived from aeveral source. There
will he Htreiiuoua oppoaition in both
houw and aeuate to tho moaaure, not
witliHtnii.li.'iK the oaae with which the
tl.imil.nOU joint resolution luin-ed tlie
fonner body, hut the lovoe HVhtoin will
come out more than c-oiupieror.
Pla.trr Mllla Horned.
Grand Rapid, Mich., May 88. The
Jeniiuiu pliMtor milU at Orandville,
burned, m-i ini a Iojh of !tU,fHai, with
4M..VKI iii. nrinte. The Diamond Wall
Finish comp.-iny loat 1.5U0 worth of
maidiiiiory with un inauraiio.
Nr.W3 IN BRIEF.
A GonrienHiit inn tr Iiitervatlna; Itm. on
riilt'iiuo weltem have atrurk.
llfrina'i Wiser milcidwl with polaoa at
fjliiylon Bishop, a merrhant of Mt Tar
non, (., U ntiwi:i.
J. n. Itobliiiia wan fatally kicked by a
colt licit' I 'ellna, ).
KitfiinivH coal mine at North Law
rencv, O., are on lire.
Mr. .IcITeraon Davla wrltea aha cannot
attend the l-e alatue unveiling.
A Kiiiii-d in (he Kentucky penitentiary
waaaaaau'Td liy three ooiivlcta.
Powdarly waa aetUltled of tha charge
of oonapiracy madv by Callaghan.
Frank Dering waa bound over at Sidney,
O., tor Htealluu a hnrae and bunny.
Mitchell. .Mayor Cnttroll'n confederate,
haa been roleiiMHl on bail at Cedar Key..
Mary Andcraon will have for one of her
briil, hiiihIiIk a daiigliier of 1ird I.ytton.
IVeiiator-elei't l'arllle will remain In the
heuaa Ionk enough to vote nn the tariff
Kaln (,'ouii, a wealthy farmer, of Marlon
county, ()., waa killed by tha kick of a
Jamea H. McOlain committed aitlcide
near C't'linn, O. He waa unfortunate in
K. T. Owena fell from the ateanier Van
metre, near Catlrttaliiirg, Ky., aud waa
C'ongreaalnnal penlmmnn polea are
rauly for the onnveo'.ion at lirookvllle,
lad.. June It.
The United States supreme court haa
decided thai fireen Kiver taliind ladonga
Koaaiiua K.nita fatally stabbed Mlllarde
U Cinilite, at New York, in defriine of her
Prank Hockley, of Portland, Ind . dliln't
have Ilia arm talked off, but he loat It In a
lion. Henry Ki bin. of Toledo, diverted
hla wife mi I Iwi'lvi'childreu for a million
The I'renlivierian general aaaembly voted
to recommit lio revision report to an en
larged com mil tee.
Klem Rlc'.inlvm. a neuro, fell fmm a
mnvlng Iraln near ('allettaburg, Ky., and
waa fatally Injured.
Half .1 million will he Invented In a tin
plate plnnt near i'lttahtirg If the MrKln
ley tariff bill puaaca.
M. It. De Von nit and William Knrayth
have lavn appoinieil world'a fair conuuis
aiotiMra for Califoniia.
It la all.-.. I tint! the will of the InteMra.
louiiui A. .Miiiiiiiii, of Chicago, riiopuaing
of ll.Vl.flni. wan for red.
.Ieffer' i i'"1 '-' Vh laen prolmted
In New Y h .. i.i oi.let- to lirlngxiitt agalunt
1). Appb'l.i'i uf ('otiipaiiv.
Capt. Mi'lverii tlrlmlle and hla i miliar
Kreilerlclj wtuv drownetl off C'aitine, Me.,
while Hoi ft to their veaacl.
The .iiU, liptinn I iNunpleted for the
great Charl'T (Ink park. Conn., ataks of
llu.iaai. The race ia -J ) liorea.
Illnrklcg haa npanteil among cattle In
Schoharie county, -. V. The rapid spread
of the IIchv raua a great alarm,
George Kraiula Train mpacra to be In
Taeontn on Saturday, roinplutlng hla trip
around the world In alxty-flve days.
A daughter of ('linrhw Hlack. living
near North Hampton, O., waa aicldintly
hot hy a girl wulie hunting a weiiae!.
Jam K. McKIiiit. w ho trliil to com
mit auii'lilu at Cairo. 111., tuma out to
have lie.' it a forger to the amount nf Waa).
F. A. I.e'ir, a wealthy cltlnen of Indian
apolla, died auMenly. Clrctimatntlcea In
dicate that hu killed hiuiMilf with xilon.
Ex-Scnatur Sawyer, of Alabama, now
aarna hla daily bread aa a aeooml-claaa
clerk in tho war depart inrnt at Washing
ton. The Cook county, III., hoard of commis
sioner hte at last decided to pay tha
lawyer win n "listed III Hie Trunin prose
cution. Hob Wallace, ol I'lttshurg, who Is said
to have stolen VI from hla uncle, John
II., of Now York, haa been arrested in
It Is auiio-uieed that John A. Crelghton,
lite Omaha millionaire, I to la married to
Hi widow of (leu. Tliomaa Krancla
Coiiflacntlitii nf Mormon church proper
ly under the Kdinumls act has lawn de
clarcd ronalltutlonal by the I'nlted Htatea
William Thompson, who has been at
tending meetings held by Adventlsta in
Klduraiias Kan., buvauia viuleutly insane,
anil al titckit' nilly with a hulrher
kitlle, litflli tu ; time alight cut un hla
wife and daughter before ha waa disarmed,
lie laillmed the end of ths world wss ap
proaching. Over one-third nf the Louisiana Ugtala
tnr are reported under compact to pro
vent the renewal of the loulalana lottery
oharter, wlilrlt rwiulros a two4hlds vote,
Patrick fa- lira, nf (rreennnltit, 1 L,
treasurer of lie Ancient Order o Hiber
nians, la tV.aiai abort In Ida account tid
hla iKUiilauii'ii have not aesn him for two
Co' iiet'svllle, hid., is arrang ng a grand
i emoiiatrntlou for the Fourth of July, to
celebrate the eomplrtinn nf the National
gas p n Hue, cli-i I ilc light and Are alarm
Mew Ihlngt In Bats.
The style in hate ia wholly new and
decidedly tuatef uL The boat uhu)o con
tinues, but so trimmed and bitlunced that
the effect is charming. The tendoncy to
high pokes goes on and thu style ingoing
to help out girls of short ututure. ilura
ore two pretty dosigns noon on the
Btreot tho other dny. Thoy were hi hi did
colora and depended almost entirely on
form for their bounty. Incidentally, lot
me suy, the coat of head gear is ruining
down. The milliners can't got the high
prices thoy once flourished in,
A Tomato-Colored Hash.
"There In no doubt alanit it, toinnto
color is the thing, " aaid one vl.o wiuiiun
to another yeaterday. "I don't know
whether it is becuuse we tiro lost iihuiI to
it, or because it is really more striking
than anything elao, but 1 utcmro you thut
woman carried the dny, or ml her tho
night, thanks to nothing but that sash.
We'll hute to follow in her wake, of
courao, but I told my droHtiiunkor alio
must get me up something in tmimto
color and white that won't look like an
All this aa tribute to u woman who re
cently appeared in tlio very familiar
black nut dress of the period at Hie op
era house, and snatched victory from
comparative defeat with a tomnto-col-orod
empire aitah, nnd wna considered by
the men to he the moat sirikingly and
handsomely dressed wiimun In tho house.
Tomato color is particularly adapted,
too, for linings where the lining is ex
pected to show, as in opera clunks, and
for gowns that full loose titer H'ttic(ints ;
but it is to be hoped H ut it will never
fall Into the hands of the indU'rcel, i. e.,
tho majority, for it is certainly a color
to then cause havoc New York Sat
The Trlxejr Coat for a Mule Girl.
The Trixey is a very uipuliir little
coat, and no simple in construction it
cuu be iniido ut homo with or without a
lntturn. It will ad
mit of tasteful orna
mentation, but tho
display iu (lie ordin
ary dress of chil
dren. Our picture
shows a very simple
style, such as is now
much in vogue.how
ever, in (he large cit
ies. The usual length
isnlaiut half-way be
tween the knee and
nnkle. Homo moth
er make these coats
s- oven longer tltun the
ttf ono shown in the
picture. It is not a
heavy garment, but rather a light ono,
11 is made of cloth or cloth-linished Han
nel ami lined with silk, satin, or soma
pretty bright woolen fubric.
For Young I.ailles' Wear.
Some new style of bouillon ciiM have
sprays of sen-weed and moss decorating;
the inner side. There nra two handles,
one nn each side, of sern?titine design.
A g'rl f 10 wears a green chiiaiuero
rut with a princess luu k, and one piece
left front-lnpiajd at tho waist-line to form
a graceful fullness in the front of theskirt.
A V of black velt trims llo front of tho
btalico, and three rows of velvet riblin
nro placed down either side of the V
ending on tho right side of the waist
line under a roaetle. The sleeve nntl
collar are trimmed with two rows and
rosettes, and across the front of theskirt
are live rows eliding ill rowttin on tho
right side. Tho idea of one piece, fronts
slightly Iuihh1, ami then fulling like a
draped skirt is gaining ground laith for
Indies nnd misses, but one must warn nil
home dressmakers that the proper etlect
und III aro hard lo obtain.
A bright (lobelin blue serge is arranged
with ono vory hroud Ikix plait in front
kilt plaits on the sides, turned toward
the back, and a full gathered hack, with
a Uirder of ono row of bluck velvet two
inches wide, and two or threo row an
inch wide on either sldo of this. Tha
round liodlre front ia tucked to Imitate a
square yoke, with the fullness i then
shirred at the waistline under a girdle of
the sorgo, striied with the velvet ribbon,
which is sewed broadly iu the side seams,
narrowed considerably, and the ends
crossed and tucked up out of sight. Tha
bod ice has a basque back, and buttons
invisibly up the front Tho leg-o'-iiiuU
ton sleeves have dipculTs trimmed with
ribbon, nnd tha high turnod-ovor collar
boa three rows af tha aame.
Aa llaeenimoaly Pretty Hat.
Thero are a great many pretty things
In hats tho present season, and it must
be aaiil Ihnt the designers have as a rule
elected graceful aud attractive shapes.
T h e r e are
to all per
sons of good
taste. It is
a n unusu
tug hat and
has a curv
i n g and
Ingbrlni of shaggy felt, while the crown
is of vol vol, gathered In Tarn O'Shantnr
fashion tiH,n a narrow velvet band,wilu
bird placed at the front
The docks of London receive from and
aand out to nil parte of tho world soma
20,00ti,oo0 ton of goods of all kinds ev
Were It not for tho friction of tha
skirts a woman could wear a mlr of
SIKH'S almost twice aa lung as she does
bofoio they would got sliubby.
Borne one osllmalo that getting horn
coats the people of the United States
$'J2D,O0fl,on) annually, getting married
(W0,O0U,UO0, getting buried l(M,iKK,Uua
St Louis la mors than one hundred
and twonty-fivo years oldi or, to be ex
act, sho waa founded by a French fur
trader on tha present alia on the middle
day of August, 1784.
Palpably painted cheeks and black
dotted Tells continue to belle American
Fashionable dinner-tables are Illumin
ated by white candles and perfumed with
incense tapers that burn in antique sheila.
The mixture of red and black colors is
till exceedingly fashionable. Jet-black
wings are also muoh used in millinery.
Mulls of red and black velvet, trimmed
witli block wings, are sold with bats or
bonnets to correspond.
Fluid skirts may be cut bios to wear
with straight-out waists plaited in front
buttoned iu the back, pointed back and
front, or the whole gown is cut in the
bias. The skirts are laid in box or kilt
plaits over a lining of the usual shape,
faced with the material.
A beautiful mantle for a- miss is of
fancy cloth or plain silk entirely plaited
and trimmed with narrow velvet ribbon.
The front forms a blouse and is gathered
under a belt of velvet ribbon. The oapa
to the waist is plaited, and a narrow
rolling collar is headed by a plaited
There la no more graceful garment,
especially for a fine figure, than a prin
cess polonaise. A Paris model shows a
polonaise of Bilk wrap Henrietta buttoned
all the way down the front and slightly
draped on both sides, over a straight
skirt of silk wrap brocade laid in deep
plaits. The straight collar and the sleeve
are of brocade.
Fancy hosiery seems to be coming to
the front Hlack hose was in very high
favor in 1680, while fancy bone haa kept
very much in the shade. But while
black hose will retain its large circle of
friends, as evidence by the demand for
spring, which bus already set in, block
being in request fur all grades, fancies
have acquired many more admirers than
thoy had last year.
No drawing-room la considered fur
nished without a comer chair, the frame
for which may be gilded or enameled,
but the covers must have a history. Old
brocades cut from wedding gowns,
pieces of ccclesiastiuul embroidery begged
or bought from the pariah chancel or the
sleeve of a corduroy, beavor, or molton
that has been through fire and water
are some of tho atulls used In the uphol
stery. That old talmudic snake design, sym
bolic of ail "iiee, eternity and wisdom,
has a firm hold on tho jewelry trade, and
the demand comes from men and chil
dren. Oold, silver and plutinum enter
into tho single uud double bands, and
tho purest gems are selected for the prec
ious jewels buried in the serpent's bead.
Bo nil nlisorbuig bus the lovo for snakes
become that they pass between lovers as
betrothal rings, and are put on the tiny
lingers of newly made Christians.
Velours are seen either in one color
or iu striies. Fine striped gloria are
also used for skirts. Yarn dyed and piece
dyed all-silk und half-silk atlases have
many friends and are specially manufact
ured fur tliispurose. Krone! stripes and
small stripes combine in the liveliest color
compositions; large square satins, the
dark ground being squared by means of
lurge striss, atlases with Inrge bomband
dotted design will be used for skirts tha
coming season. All-silk and half-silk
ottomans are shown in similar designs,
but they liuvenot the wearing capabilities
of utla.se. All-silk nnd hnlf-silk arniurcs
in lively stripes; hulf-silk striped
dnmnsHC with broad atlas stripes, a
dnmosso faille strljio alternating with a
plain wit in stripe, or plain fuillo and
duiuiisse mil in have friend.
In stulfs for skirts, striped and unl
flutmol, mil or melange meltons, velours,
moire, black striped lustiugs, beige, wool
atlas, luuclla, surah, all-silk and half-silk
atlas, ottomans ami similar fabrics are
used. Some novelties in melton-like
atulTs in new designs have just appeared,
striM remaining fuvoritea, These
slriM aro in narrow nnd broad combi
nations, hair lines and thick lines, in
shuded olTecla; tho liveliest colors are
'ruiissible on goods for skirt. Orange
stripes bordered with line gray-blue
slrix in silk, alternate with red stripes.
A dark green ground carries light green
stripe Uirdered by red and light blue
striajs. O.i dark bliiu ground, cream
colored silk tripc are shown with blue
and white. Olive ami red striped mel
tons, dotted designs, lNinili,crosstrlita
anil largo squares, mostly on dork ground
melton, eriMsol by light striies, are new
skirl materials. All these deslgna are
prtsluced on tho liauu. On flannel stuffs
they aro also lo lie found, but as prints,
A I'retlv Hall Ureas.
lor evening wetir for party or ball,
a pretty guinip
dress is made of
the light ligurcd
briHuile lloor India
silk iu shades of
yellow, blue, pink,
or light green.
The guimp of laco
or silk is shirred
top ami bottom.
Wreathes uf tiny
ribUiua may be
ployed for orna
I a stylo nf dress
that suits a stylish
..,.1 M.I ,.. 1 1 t
much lilsirty of individual tasto In ar
rangement. hew ort of Kmtiroldery.
Ttokhnin work forms a feature In tha
present lmdoii exhibition of art em
broidery. It I an embroidery In color
on hand-woven linen, carnations being
one of the favorite designs.
Hugiwi work, another novelty, Is a
kind of lb 'fill embroidery worked on Hue
silk canvas. A qtian'itr of antique ec
clesiastical work of the Spanish and Ital
ian M'hisil is also shown, worked on
white snlin, and one Italian piece has a
crnnson ruse worked on cither side, and
a spray of tiny Hewers In exquisitely
liariiioiil.lng colors through tho center.
A llooii to Wive.
Having used "Mother's Friend" 1
would not 1st without it. It is a boon
to wive who know thry must puss
tnrougii tuc pniniui oroctii ui cniiiiinrtn,
Mrs. C. Mt'llmmr, lown.
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VI rue liriltllicu. neguoivor v.'iiiohii.t,
Atlmitn, (in,, lor particulars, liy nil
A second hand money ante anil one pair
ttlatftirm aealr. Knulllr. of
'- at. IIMIFKR.
Or KKLLV A HTRACHAN,
UK I'ATTON AVUNUU.
The rt'Aunn R A DAM '8
M1CKOBB KILLBK )
the moat wonderful med
icine, ia because it haa
never failed in any in
Htance, no matter what
the dlaeuac, from LliP
KOSY to the almpleat
diaeaae known tothcha
mun ay litem.
The acien title men of
to-day claim and
prove that every dla
CatiHcd by Microbes.
zzRADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Itxterimnntea the Mleroliea and drlvce them
out of the system, and when thnt is done
vou cannot have nn sehe or pain. No mat.
tcr what the disease, whether aimple case
of Malariu Fever or a combination of dis
cuses, we cure them all at the aame time, as
we treat ull disease, constitution ally.
Antlinm, Ciiiisiiniilioii, Cutunh, Itrnn
chit is, Klicumntism, Kiilncy and Liver
Disvnse, Chills nml Fever, Female
Trouble, in nil it Ihrmn, and, in fact,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF; FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Ree that our Trade-Mark (aame aa above)
apia-ars tin each jug.
Bead for hook "History of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Ph. C,
Sole Agent, Aahevillc, N. C.
Default having Isren made in the payments
stipulated in a deed of truat executed Jan
uary V, 1HH3, hy .M.Alice Cumminga to W.
8. Child, lr..(in whose place aa truatee I have
been atioatitiilcd according to law, on ac
count of hia decease. I which deed In truat ia
recorded on pagea WJ et. acq. of Book 3 of
M'irtgnKe Kecorda in the office of the Kegia
trr .if Ituncfimlie eountv. North Carolina:
und by vii tue ol a power of aale therein con
iflincff I will aell at nubile auction at the
court houae door in the city of Asheville, N.
C , to the mglH'St liltiuvr lor eaan on tnc luin
day of June, isuo, the premiaea described in
said dee. I in trust, via: Uctrinnlng at a point
on a stake on the eaat attic o. ualiey aircci.
aaid point iH-itig the aouthweat comer of the
I it nwiictl liv the Northern Methodist
church : thence' aouth one hulf degree weat,
one hundred and aevenleen feet and eight
inches to a alnke. the nnrthweat corner of a
lot Bold by W. M . Cocke. Jr.. to one Jonea:
then with aaid Jonea' line north 75 eaat, one
hundred uud tlurly-siz feel and eight inchra
to Single' aouthweat comer: thence north
one hufi degree cast, clghty-cia-nt feet and ai
inches, with Slnttlc'a line to aoutheaat comer
of church lot; thence auuth H7 weat, one
hundred antl Ihlrlv-lcct ana sis tncne to me
beainninK on llnilev atreet. The houae on
the lot. No. 'J Itniley atreet, ia large, well
built and In Hood order, and haa a servant's
houae in rear. .....
frill H dnm
JKuKlUb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 44k French Uroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MA IT LAND, . PRINCIPAL
'Pur many yearn Aaaodatr Principal of Mt.
vrroun inmuute itammorv.)
AanUtrd hy a corpa of com pen tent teacbera.
arm n i v
Ht virtue of a deed of tniat eieroted to me
on the Ulat flnv of AukuM, 1mki, by j. A.
nrnmmonn ami riora u. imimmona, ma
wile tt Tftirc the iinvment of the aum of
Kiuht lluiHlretl anil (itventv-frven Dollnra
und Thlriy.Thirc Crntn. I tea ring intercut at 9
Iter cent, iron, amu nair, win oner lor aaie
to the hijihrnt hitider for eaah. at the court
hmiiar door in the cltv of Aahevillc, on the
14th dny of June, Imihi, a certain piece or
pnrccl ol Inntl.Kituntrd on Valley atreet In the
city of Ahrillr, particularly deacritted In
niitl deed nftrit.it, rriiifitered in the Keftiater'a
Other in Hook n aud on pngc 4 1 ft.
liliMl'NU II. NOKVK.,1,,
may 1 Hdnod Truatcc.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
l)srn daily, rscept aundaya, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., anil 4 nntll 0 p.
The terms of auhecriptlnn are: One year
Mi mm., St. AOs 3 mo., SI 1 1 mo., BOcts.)
Islty a eta.
t)IIIi-er for IHWO President , Charles W.
Woolsry j Vlrt-Hiralilent, Thus. A. Jones; Bee.
anil Treaattrer, l. a. Wataon; Librarian, Miss
8. J. Hatch.
rltlirna and vlallnra ra eordlallv Invltad
to lnaiect the catalogue and Inscribe their
names as member JanBOdtf
Apply tu ua during the Incoming week to
rent the Hock Uimrry on the oppo.lt elds
nf the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINIt TUNBMItNT IIOUHHa
acar by. A good rock tnaa caa get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & 80N.
TO WEAK r.lGIl
anSarlng frsm Uk. eSeak, eT essssaral svesss, saerr
eT. waatln lsiMihnaS.f.lwtll
sanefa nlsable irau f sestedl swilal anal tall
arMeBlr,fo,hoi.re, PWrfjof m A
srlaasttd aMMUasI ent t essawiitDe vesd ST essrf
Base was) at aeren s4 eaagUleasa. Allias
Frsst. V. 0.14
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