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ASHEVILIiEIDAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1800.
How kYour Blood?
I had a lullfwnt breaking out on my
leg below the knee, and wuh cured arnini'
and well with two and a halt bottle ot
B. 8. 8. Other blood nxdiciui bud full
ed to do me any good.
Will 0. Bbatt, Yorkvlllu, IS. 0.
I wan troubled from chlldliood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and three
botllea of 8. 8, 8. cured me peruuv
neatly. Wallace Mann,
Mannvlllo, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Diseases
Bwltt Spec uric Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A. S.'' GR All AM,
.nice Over J. H. Law'. More, South Main
With una Allc
Pilling; wlthallvcr or aniiilEwn.. .noc uiTAc.
' " gold $1.00 anil upward.
rVt of teeth 1 (HI
Drat act of teeth fx.uo.
No lictter made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawi
MARION, J, c.
Will practice In the loth and tilth Judicial
lUetrlcta nf North Cnmllnn nnd In the Su
preme Court find the Federal Court or the
VVcatera IHatrlct of North Cnrollnn.
DR. B. P. ARR1NGTON.
i tmce room on I'ntton avenue, over the
.'li.ihlMtr more of C II. Htnnton 0c Co.
Kraidencc corner of Wood tin and Loeuat
KiMvtal attention iriven to treatment of dia-
eaard Kuma, und all diaruaca ucrluluinK to
the Hental structure.
Tit no. P. Iiavimuin, Tiloa. A. JoNKa,
Kaleluh. Je. (. Mautin, Aatevlllr.
JJA VIDStlN. MAKTIN JONKH.
Attornrya nnd Counsellors nt l.uw,
Aahevllle. N. C.
Will police In the 11th und lath Judicial
IHatricta. and In the Supreme Court ol North
Carolina, and In the Full ml Court, of the
WeMern lilatrtct of Norm mrollna.
Kelcr to llnnk of Aahcville. dtact
Architect ami Contractor.
IMnna, aisrcincnHona find eatiinatea fur-
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mani-.i. wi.i n nij . .un.iH.Hi. .....
antl no chance, for drawinua on enntrncta
awnmcn me. .
Htl'cmicca when dealred.
Ollice: No. ia Hendry Plunk, North Court
Kuuure, A.hevllle, N. C tehmdtv
J. W. ROI.LINt.S,
I will practice In the city and aurroundlnit
Ottire at W. I. Illailtou t Co.'a aliihlc, 7lt
Mouth Mnln atreet. npn
H. II. KKKVH.lt, n.l.. I It. K.HMITI II.
Dm. Reevcsi Hmlth.
DKrlTAI, rfiCsi Fl'tCv
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I'.-ilton vnu-. !
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In llanianl llullditig Bnlrnneea. Pultun
Avenue and Main Street,
WM. R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
P. O. Bos P.
F, W. YESEY & SON,
No. 01 Cheatnut atreet,
Now ready, frrah, healthy Redding- Plant,
tn variety, delivered to any Mrt of the elly.
and planted ont when reiiulrrd. felilMdam
THU LAKUH8T AND BHHT KUI'lHPIiH IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIta
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
coN.in.TiNn ciiKUtirr Ann uininci knoinh.n..
Analyae. of Metnla, )rea, Cnul or Coke. Min
eral Water.. I'crllllEcni, etc.
PRICK I.IHT IN AIM'MCATION.
Mlnlim prolierty Inveatlgatcd. developed,
buuaht and .old. . . .
Sample, ean bnent by mall or e.pnra.. If
sent hy exprrM, rhnrar. mint Iw prepaid.
A grata wanted In every ulac
I)R. H C. WOLTCRBCK,
novlt d wl v Mnnaavr.
IMtftCU) RCBUIMTOH C0l ATLMTABA.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burn In arty Lamp without dinner of
Exploding or taking fire, tea that you
THE HEART OF ASflEVILLE
ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR LOTS IN THE
CENTER OF THE CITY.
THE LARGEST AUCTION
In Number, Value and Area
Ever Held in the History of the City.
72 lota ou Market, Knglo ami S.ymmoro Htrtvta, 7 lot
ut tho iiitermjction of Eagle and Valley 8tm?ta.
10 lot on Haywood Htruot nnd Spring Htrt-ut inline
dinttly in front of Mr. Molko'H liamlKonio nwklew-o.
8 lot at the internet-turn of Hill and Bnttrick Bti-oet.
2 lot on College Htnt't, midway iM'twtvn the court house
and the new federal building.
2ND, 3RD AND 4TH
THE APPOINTED TIME.
TerniH one fourth rash,
yearn, at the option of
incntH with 8 mt wnt.
I take pleaHUie in announeing to the public that I have
Lost a Quarter of Million Dollars in Asheville
A lid .vet I lut Vf nijidtf a. moderate prttlit n eaeh pieee of
priii-i l,v Hint I have hanilletl.
The people who have puirliiiMed from me have made tin
(piarter of million dollars, and
Iiattery I'ark alone without
one hundred thousand dollars more than the figure at
which it passed through my
nually thirty ler cent, profit
ars more than it cost.
I single piece of proerty in
the city has been sold for
Mow than the price at which
In order that intending purchasers may not be disap
pointed, ns they have been at
nounco that not less than 25
all hazards, without any upset price. They will certainly
Is- knocked down to the man
Knch purchaser at the sale
he buys, ami each of these tickets will entitle him to draw
for lot No. , adjoining Freck's lot on Kngle street near
Main. The prize lot is 80
$1,050 last Octolier before
safe now to say it is worth
free of all charges, will be made
lucky number. Ho that n man may buy a 900 lot and
thereby secure u ticket which
92,000 worth of profitable real estate.
Vacant lots are becoming
Asheville, and the importance
stood and epitoniml in the
poses to sale more than .one
within tho fire district of the
The present year will mark
of suburban property and
within five miles of the court
lots which I now offer for sale.
A map of the probi ty can be seen at the office of A. T.
For further information apply to
DAYS OF JUNE, 1890,
halaneo in thms five or ten
pun-haner, in equal annual iiiKtal
I rejoice in their huciths.
the improvements is worth
hands. In faet it pays un
on n hundred thousand dol
the nort western quarter of
I let it go.
some recent auctions, I an
of these lots shall be sold at
who makes the highest bid
will rweive a ticket for the lot
by 92 and cost me in cash
any improvements, and it is
91,000. An absolute deed,
to the party who draws the
may enable him to obtain
scarce within the fire limits of
of this auction can be under-
single statement that it ex
half of all the viwant lots
an unparalleled development
every stroko of the hammer
house w ill add value to the
W. A. Blair. J. V. Brown.
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vito our friends ami the pub-
ie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Whidajre are offeriugnt rock
a sptHiial feature, t'nlls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G3.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Kdilor Aahcville Cltlien:
That our ninny ftienda muy know how wi
are Kettlng on we will atutc that we took In
In Hotel anfi Store
9,000 In Vive WTeeka.
Took In Inat Saturday over $700. 7(l ol
that waa hotel, balance .tore. Hotel rctria
tercd itn that day. Hud 6.000 arrival. In
a montha. Our at-ck la mammoth Soo feet
one and IS feet wide. Tell the balance ol
the world to come and Me "Old Chcd" amlle,
nnd buy jrooda uf u. and save 10 to 25 per
novld dtf 8. R. CIIUtll'.STUR & SON.
Aahcville, N. C, April II, 1HHU.
The eopni tncrahip heretofore cxl.tlnx or.
tween the underalgncd, umlrr the firm name
f I'lll.l.lAM He CO., I. thia daydlaudved by
mutual conaent. The rielita dne by .aid firm
will lie paid by Lnwrence Pulllam, and the
debta due to auld Arm will lie pnlil to him,
and the liualucaa continued by him.
U. C. WAIIIIKIX.
To our iiatrona of the pnat :
I hove thia day nold my intereat und Kood
will in the Inaurance huaineaa in Aahcville to
Lawrence Pulllnm, who will continue the
bu.ine... I lieaprnk for hlul a coiitinuuncr
of rour pntronnue.
l. C. WAIlllKI.I..
r nan. apa
iped on tM
end direct la nutary.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE 0INTLKMIN.
rine fair, Ran Laaed Grain aad CravaV
""'XLOVKS!- w ...hi.
Host In th wtrMi Fnmjnf Mi
t ttnni'llvBi nun i-nr,H '
l A N 1-H K W K D W r. I.T N H UK
A mi r.
: rAi.r niiiik.
i1.00 and I.TA HOVN' w llinit nnuaa.
All UIBtM in vuu.in , .-"" " .
All luatl. ID MHuiriw, nuuon mm
HERRING tt WEAVER.
Yearly or Tor a Term of Yearn.
A larae nnd chnrmlnji plnce in the country
ntiout H mllra from Aahi vllle, 3 mile, from
railroad atntliinnnil in niiooii neiiinnurnoou
THE MAIN BUILDING
i. a An ainnr hotiac with Inrirr ronma, nm
pie vernndna, flout anil back atnlrcuM. aud
wine nan. - , ,
Th. .tntr pnnalata nf 403 acre., a ennaUl
ral,l. ..i.rlliin larititf atlll in the WOllll..
tup noiiar la n t-aaaiui v nmuini, witn line
hnile, nliumlH.it water, etc
tlood fitrin biilldliiK", "talillnu fur a num.
tier of hiirara. room lor 111 bend of entile,
"There la nlao n nlee nnd convenient frame
houac eonalatliiK ol' 1 1 rootna and liuaenirnt.
Rental of the main resilience tool) tier an
num i If farm Included, IMMI per annum, or
rentnl of frame houac und farm taiiu cr
Arrnniccment. cnulil prnlinlily lie made
lOR riiRCHAHH If dealred,
1'or further partleulnra npily to
NATT ATKINSON At HONS,
Krnl llatntc liculir., A.hevllle, N. C,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaent for Rcetn Creek Wntdea Mill,
A Cond'ea.atlon of lntfreNtlng Item. an
rivemlnera wito killed by falling rock
near Calumet, Mlrli.
Ignatlue Murray wan arretted at Beach
Bottom, W. Va., (or I he murder of Philip
Henry Bwlndfll. a wealthy cltl.rn nf
Allegheny City, l'a.,cttt hie throat from
ear Co ear.
1 Aa eitenalve cv, with apadnua apart
ment., hne lieen dlsuivcred near Wheeling,
F. I Kaninear, caahlrr nf gaa company,
waa arreattnl at Warren, l'a., on the charge
Hon. N. R. Hym'11, Kpenker of the Ohio
hnuee af r-preannlntlvtie, la aerinu.ly ill ut
Hot Spring, Ark,
By a deriain-i of the Montana aupreme
court the Republicans aecnru the ofllcua In
Sliver Bow county.
H. O. WIlKon, a prominent citizen nf
Maryvllle, Tenn., waa .hot by a uiaa ee
cretr.il nndor hia 1ml.
Sullivan ha accepted the offer of the
uw Virginia Atlili-tic club (eil.OOO) to
fight MuAuliiT and ,liii-kaou,
Ouiaeppe Caru.l, Count (II Mnntercole,
waa Hentencrd, nt I'hiladuliihia, to aix
month' lmpriniiinnt for liliel.
At Chlcngn .Inuiea Hemlrlrkaon tried to
kill hi daughter, prnlinlily fatally wound
ing hi wife and killed hiiuaelf, Jealonay
waa the rauxa.
The New .lerxey legislature hna pawed
the Marab ballot reform bill. It allow,
the distribution of ballot outaida of the
By a freight wrack near AHnona, Pa.,
Engineer Unyd wa killed. Brakemrn
Hauaer Olemineand Fireman Baker were
(lenrge H. Turner, of Seattle, WAh.,
wa arrested at New York. He la charged
with emlirxr.lliig tl,nuu from the fund
aent at the time of the Seattle fire.
Clifton Haldrn, ronvlrled In Hod Wood,
Minn., of the murder nf Frank Dndge, In
18H8, waa arntenceil b the governor to be
hangxl on June 97, before daylight.
A Chicago capilnliat in making arrange-
metita to t-ranaport fancy wood, trom
South America to Chicago via th St.
Ij.wr.nia river, Canadian canal and
J. Twohev, auperlntcndent of the Upper
Cooa rnilmHil, in New Ilampaliirn, and a
aertlnn lunn were killed by a wrecking
train going dewn with an undermined
Two nrgrne fniiKht a iluel with Win-
cheater rifle near Klntfl.ihor. I. T. One,
named Moore, recalved a bullet In the
heart. HI. .layer, who eacnped, U un
known. Th grand lodge of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen of Iowa in in aenaion.
The report ahnwa a inemlierahlp of 8,0110.
Thia la the grand lodge which areeded from
the National order in lwl.
Baron Joachim Von Hoko, a wealthy
Herman nnblunuin, who hua realdnl in
Chicago for about twtuty yenra, In seeking
a dlvnn-e fnnn hi wife, l'r.i ' isH Kr.in
reaea l)e Wil.leu. whom he murrletl la
lxulvilli, Ky., Hbeint even yearn aifo.
After llvlim with him two yoara. he any.
he deaerted him and returned to Pari.
A ennat ructlfii train on the take Kile
rallniad ran Into a freight. Tlmmna
ItoRrrx, "enulncer, waa lnalnntlr killed,
aud the conductor aud brakeniau were
Oeoroe W. Holiertu, hnnkket'iier nnd
confidential mnnagor of tun Cinllh ti
Crigg ManiifacluriiiKcompaur.or ater
bury, t'onn., on ball in IIO.OiO, charged
with emtwr.r.lltiK io.in-i.
It I stated thai trovernor Tnrlor, if
TnnnramMB, will ni'lmint A. It. Hunt, ot
Chattanooga, and I'homua I,. Wlllinnia, ot
Knoxville, na cnmtnlaoiicrn lo n-prcM-ut
TenncKxee at the world's fair.
Stren hunilred aki'lctona In n irriod -tale
of preservation have been uuc.iitheil in it
mound forty feet In rln-umviaiice anil
eighty feet hlllli. near Yo'inKHtowu, O,
The Hkcletnn are aix feet long.
At JeNiip, (in., Mr. l.ltth-licM, proprie
tor of the l.ittlcflclll houac, discoven-ll J.
M. MrCall, count r aurveycir of Wayne
county, nnd hin wife in a coiupromialiig
pavilion, nnd .hot Imth, fatally.
The heavy rainfall at oiuiKtown, ().,
rauvMl the Mnhnulna river to overflow
and flood portion nf Ihe city. The prop
erty af the Vonagaiowu lee coiupntiy waa
damaged to the extent of JT.otin.
W. H. Shaw, at Wentwortli, N. H., lie-
came Intoxicated, attacked Mvll. .1. Mil-
ory, 13 year, old, knocked him down,
kicked hint In the head anil ran awuy,
Emory did uot live over ten minute.
Robert Tennmn, colored, reporter on The
Hoaton (ilnbe. wa unanimously elected a
meinltrr nf the IJoaton Hreaa club. lie I
nrnliahly Ihe flrat ooluretl man eleclwl to
an lnooi Hiraliil white man club In Boa-
At Coltimbua, Ml., Onint Ainlcraon
colored, waa taken fnnn the court mora,
where b wa beltiK tried for attempting
raie ujKin a 13-yenr-nld girl, and hanged
to I he ueareat tree. Hia guilt wu clearly
The Afro-American Irngue, In ealnn nt
ColumluiH, (1., adnpted a nwilutlou de
nouncing linn. It. K. Hruce for dlacrluil
tinting nicnlnst hi colored clerks, elected
delegntea to the Natlonul league, and
Lonl K. Pfelffer, praaldent, and Chnrle
I.. Bmwn, of th drfunot Hank nf Amer
ica, I'hllnileliihla, waived anamination
and gave Imtula for trial nu a charge of ro
relviug a iIckmIi when they were aware of
the hank i. lii.olvcni-v.
Judge Ingrahnm, in Ihe aupreme court
nf New York, hna decided th.il rlecclvcr
Henry Wlnthmp limy, of the North Klver
Sugar rlclluiiig cnniiany, lias no riuht to
the profit of the lllcnal ((imhluatluu
known aa the Hugnr Trust.
V. W, Miller, who was found dead In
Fairmount park, Philadelphia, a fi
weeka ago, la declared to have been a de
faulter by C. I Humph St Hon, NM ket
bonk manufacturer, In whine emiloy be
had lieen for twruty-clgbt year.
fhitrli- K.berhnrd wu prohnhly fatally
wounded, and .John Lurr and William
Davla were aerlou.ly eut while going
home from a dance, by I'ete llevltt, a no
torious Chlcngn tough, who flrat inaulted
th ladle accnuipnnylng the men.
The at earn barge Siberia collided with
the Ohio In Mud lake and the latter rank
In lx minute. The Siberia ateamed over
to th Canadian shore, leaking badly.
The crew of the Ohio escaped. Tha Ohio
wa owned hy I,. r. Mason, of Kant Sagi
naw, and valued at b.yi,oiu.
At the Southern I'reHbyterlan asaemhly
at Asheville. N. C, Hev. II. K. Walter, of
Georgia, staled that tha North Georgia
naptlat nsancliitlou intased a resolution ad
vising the hnu'ting of revenue nfllcen
wherever found aiming the mountain in
aeurch of "tills of monnshlno whisky.
The thirtieth annual conclave of th
Brand eomnwtndcry of the Kn'-d'ts Tern-
nlar of Alnbiuna cuuvened nl iluntavllbj
MhaT Miillcrvcl for Twenty Tear,
Mvwil'c hit siilTcrcd lor bllcni yenra
from nmgcatliin linn pniuiui nicnainiu
.;.. After iiHinu-three liot(lcif Hnid
r..xe. l-'eimile KcL'tilntnr hc i now itlilc
to Ho Iter hoiutc work nntl go where she
plcnaca. J. W. I'AVia, ninriivmii i-iina
Welte Itrmlficltl Rcuiilutor Coinonny
Ailnntn. (in., for tmrtictiliir. Hy nil
A second hand money snfe and one pair
plntlorin senica. rviuiuov
C. 8. COOPERi
WedKeeday. There ia not a ennnlstory la
the atate, but one will be established at
Birmingham. A movement la on foot te)
build a 130,01)0 temple at Mnutgomery.
Tha rulcliBtag hna adjourned until
The queen aa ordered a portrait of
Stanley to be painted by Angeli,
Ma Gladstone has rented the Rnlth .
late at Kirkitldy, Scotland, where ha in
tend to spend the coming autumn.
The telegraph line couiitutliig Tnnnuln
and China hy way of Yunuuu, capital of
the province of the ame uaine, hiu bun
opened for litmlnes.
The cnrriispondent nf The Itndon Dally
ew at Athena, declared that tha
raUingof the alege In Crelc I merely
nominal, .nil Turkiah excraa continue.
The !vl.sii Federal i-nuncil hna decided
that when nu alteration of the constitu
tion ia demanded by ,nou citUene th
question will lie lubniitieil to a popular
Th British gunlinat Thrush, com
manded hy Hi-Ibiw (ienrge, son of th
rllice ot V) ale, hit sailed tn join th
British nuval aiuadrun in American
Dispatches from Arheen ay that tha
Dutch Inst, three killed and fourtoea
uuuded In a futile attempt to recover a
position from which they had lieen driven
iy the nutlv.s. Tb latter loat fourteen
The (tiulneer end firemen employed In
running t he pumping engine at the mine
tn 1'ilaen, Ihibamla, have tos;s?d work,
fearing violence at the hand of the strik
ing minors, AH win work I .topped in
In con creation wit h dapntlea, Chancel
lor Von Capeivl atal-ed that tha govern
ment could uot think of entirely rescind
ing th Alsace passport regulations, but
that It would allow certain Indulgence ia
It ta stated upon official authority la
Berlin that the government intends ta
create a lalsir Informal Ion bureau similar
In It's working to that In oiierallon la
England. The Idea of Its establishment
originated with the emperor.
It la learned that the policy of Chancel
lor Von Capriri comprehend a (chain
for the levying nf an especial tax upon
German., resilient In the country who r
ineligible for military service, nnd upon
thane subject nf the empire, who hold
heir residence atimad.
The Frrlssjiiuige Zeitung calculates that
by tb various addition, to thajjeriuan
army contc:iiplited by the military hill,
together with the augmentations for
hich permission has already oeeu granted
the peace footing nf the army will be In
creased by !),(I0 meu.
The persistent saltation of the Crofters
n the county of Caithness, the most north-
rly portion of the mainland of sientland,
has resulted In an enormous rn. -linn of
their rents, in many cases to the extent of
practically restoring the condition which
existed when tha land waa held in com
mon by the various communities.
C.nsil. Mall Goes Frea.
Wabhisutiin. May 24. Preatdent
Harrison has signed an act pro
viding that nil mail matter, of whstev-vr
class, relative to the census, and ad
dresses! to the census offloe, to tho super
intendent of census, his chief clerk.
aupervisnrs or enumerators, shall be
transpnrteti rreo uy rrgisicTon muu. oy
thi act stiwrvtwirti can send schedule
registered to their enumerators, and
enumerators cau return them in th
same way. The census office is anxious
that postmasters llirnngnniii id conn
try should take notice of this, aa it may
be nwessiiry for supervisors to avail
themselvc of the provisions of thtsaet
before the piistuinsii-rs have tuna to re
ceive official noli lii -at imi of its paasjuj
from the pnsliilllce di-nai tmcnt.
An liiri.nsnliit OH Company.
T.im (V. Mav 24. The most Inda-
imndent oil com; i'iy ever organized in
Ohio ia the Mnniuittnn, which has a cap
ital stock of t ' iHHi.iiixi und which wait
organised here Wednesday. Tha com
pany owns 2,001) acres of choice terri
tory and enn consemientlv have the ben
efit of their own production. They have
emit rac tod for sou tank una cars ana
will build a lurgo rollnery.
Jeslou.y and Whl.hy.
Pan i tfviTnic Mn.. Msv farel
by jaalouay nnd whisky, John L. Bow
den a diwMilute charaider, last night at
teuipted tn kill his wife. He fired two
ahnta at her. one of which fatally
wounded a Mr. Rnlney. who was trying
to protect her. llowdeti then blew h.s
WD brains nut. m wue was not nit.
The V.auvlu. Aeceptad.
Washinuton, May 84. Tho nary de
partment una formally accepted
fb dvnumlte cruiser Veuvitia from tha
contractors, the ttieumatio Dynamlto
Gun ciiiinlsinT, or iNcw lorn-, ine vra
asl ia to In delivereil at tha Leaguo
Island nnvy ynnl. at riiiisiieipnia.
(old, Silver, Ivory, Oak. ('.lit nnd Combl
nation MoiiIiIIiiks. Alan Knum Moulding.
I, lures Matted, Mounted mid I'riiincil nt
low-eat prli-ca and work uuiirantccd. Hnurnv-
iiiKS, I'nintliiKa and Local Views always on
ESTA1 5 HOOK'S,
aa 8. Main Ht., Anhevillc,
apr tM d
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BES
Que Hundred Ilarrcls)
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST QUALITY
C. E. MOODY,
Ofllcc No. 30 1'atton Avenue.
TIll.l'I'HONU NO. 40.
The rt niton RAIiAM'H
MICKOIIB Klbl.liH ll
the immt wonderful med
Icine, in liccausvc it hna
never failed in any in
Htnnce, no matter what
thedlienHC, from LIil'
NOKY to the -implmt
dincnie known tothc hu
man ty tttem.
The scientific men of
to-tlny claim and
prove that every dia
Caused by Microbe,
-RAOAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
lUtermlnatrit the Mlrrnl.ftt nnd iIHvm them
tut of tlir Myntt'itt, nntl wht'n thnt ii clone
m ennnot itiive an ucne tr pam. no uni
r whnt the (MHfitMr, whether a simple ense
Milium, .'ever or a comninntinn cw tii
mh. we iu re tlu-m all lit the ainnr time, at
e trvut all clineiiktvH coitstilutlot ally.
sthnw, Cntistwtptititt. Cntnnh, Hron
cnttts, Kticu mutism, iancy ana utvtr
Ihsvusc, LmllH una revvr, tenmie
Troubles, mull its htrms ana. in fact.
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF; FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Sec thnt our Trmlc-Murlt (same an above)
iipIH'um un each juff.
Rend fur hook "History uf the Mlcrole
ilkr," K-ven awuy by
J. H. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Hole A Kin t. AhIuvIHv. N. C.
nov17 dly tu fri aua
NUTICK TO TUB ClTIliNS OP A8HU-
Whrrt'na at a rrirulnr .neetlnu of the Bonnl
if Aldt-rmtn of thi- dtv. held on the lHth of
April, 1mm, at which meeting- the French
Ilroad Valley Kailroiitl lomimnv reiuetted
the orivilcuv of croNNina nntl uninir certain
ntrccttt in the city. And whercan. at a ub
M.'tuent mectinK of the litmrtl of Aldrrnicn a
renolution waa panned ill recti iik thnt any
ruilriMid com puny wixhiiiK uuy priv Ictfeit
.hould irlvc public notice of the tunic,
Now, then-lore, notice in hrreby jtivrn that
on I'ridny eveniiiR ncit at the rt'Kiilnr meet
in h of the Ilourd tf A Mermen of the city of
AKhrvlllc, inc rrcnen union aney riniiroati
Compnny will renew Its nppllcntion for right
of way through the city p:tnlnK through
nnd utiinu a portion of the Julio whik itreeta:
Southntile avenue. South Main, Valley, .'ol
He, Woodhu nntl MriilKe atrvcti, M err m tin
veiiuv, Nortn Main Ktret t, or a portion 01
hurch, Willow mid Water t-trrctM, I'ntton
vrnuf nnd Walnut Htrcet. ntt from Burvev
wc may lintl the immt practicable.
' U'M t Cni L I." tU
mnyll'tUtmon VkT-I'rea. T. II, V. K. H.
ICiiKlltih and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French ltrond Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
For many yearn Amtocinte Principal of Mt.
Vernon liiHtitute. nnltimore.)
Aanlntrtl by a corpN of com rcn tent teacher.
ny virtue of a deed of truit executed to me
on the 21ft day of Auuual, Ihhh, byj. A.
Urumniond and Dora 1.. Uruminond, hia
wife, to Mccure the payment of the aum of
Hiifht llimdred nntl Hrvcntv-fevea Ikillnni
and Thirty-Three CentM, iH-uniiu Intercut at H
er cent, from uniil date, I will oiler tor wile
i the hiuhetit bidder for cm h. at the court
hounc door in the city uf Asheville, on the
tvih dfiv of lune. 1HIMI. a certain niece or
parcel ol Innil, nit unlet I on Valley street In the
citv nf Anhcville, particularly dencrlbed in
ttiiMl tleetl of tniHt, reMiHtcred In the KeKiater'a
Oflice in Uook M antl on ime 411. .
IUIMI NL) U. MJKVliUI,.
may 1 litKlOd Truatcc.
NltW HOlHUl NltWLV PUKN181IBD
ALL MODHKN IM PROVBMBNT8.
MRS. N. Bo ATKINSON,
No. 311 Haywood Street.
New hnuee, newly furnished, nil modern
Improvement", Inruc rooms, uood tublc.
MRS. III. C. GOODE,
S3 Collexe St.
At n barKiiin, or S Milk Cow.. Apply be
tween 2 and U o'clock at
INti Charlotte Mtreet.
Kraiatrrrd Jersey Hull for service. I'rlce
.1.llll, Kunrnntcrd. mays dtf
11. F. P. BRIGHT,
JFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICK.
Apply to us during tbe Incoming week to
rent the Kock Quarry on the oppoaitc .Id
of the river, near the Iron brlilse, and the
N1NH THNHMliNT IIOUHItH
near by. A good rock man coo get a bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON,
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BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHHBVII.LB, N. C.
Or KELLY A 8TRACHAN
hot W. C. VO WLsVJt,
A.twvllU, N. C.
gg PATTON AVUNUU.
WarchoUM at Depot. V. O, llox 834.
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