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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1800.
I Nature should u
lasststod in thj
spring to throw olT
the heaviness of
the sluggish winter
'druulauon of the
does It so well, io
prompt or so safely
I Jists used B. 8, 8. for a number of
years, and consider It tlio bunt tonic anr)
blood remedy that I aver used. In foe
I would not ntUimpt to enter upon r
spring or summer in this climate with
out it. II. W. Coleman,
Of Coleman, Fcrpison & Co.,
liada City, FX
Our book on Blowl and Skin Diseases
Bwirt Bracirio Co.. Atlanta, Qu.
A. II. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
Ilffli-c Over J. II, Law'. Rturc, South Main
With m niie.
Filling- with .liver or amiiiKnm....noc to7rc.
" guld 91.00 ntul upward.
Met or teeth Slum.
Vest set of teeth $N.OO,
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, n. c.
Will practice In the loth anil 13th Judicial
liimriei. 01 norm laronna ami in tne u
orenie Coert and the Federal Court of the
w extern iH.tncl ol Nortn Carolina.
TllKfl. P. Daviiison, Tiio.. A. Jonks,
KalclKh. J ii. O. M A.Tia, Ailevllle.
kAVIllSON, MAKTIN JONU8,
Attorney, and Counsellor, at Law,
A.hevllle. N. C.
Will pr teller In the 1 Ith and ISIth Judicial
ttfutrieta, and In the Bupremr Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Wratern IMmrlct of North Carolina.
Refer to Hank of A.hevllle. dtacl
J A. TBNNBNT.
Architect aud Contractor.
Plana, snecifteatlona and eetiniatce fur
nl.hed. All work in my line contracted for,
and no chnrKv. for drawing, on coulraela
hefercnee. when desired.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Uio.lt, North Court
. H. RKBVKS, D.D.S. II. K. SMITH, U. U.S.
. Drs. Reeve A Sniltn.
In Connully Dulldlnic. over Kedwood'a Htore,
Terth extracted without pain, with the new
aua-Ntncuc, aau an caaes 01 irrcizuutriiy cor
. RAM SAY, I. U.B.,
In Hainan! Palldlnir Knlraocc, ration
Avenue and Mala tllrcct.
J. W. ROLLINUH,
I will practice In the city and .urroundlnit
office at W. P. Illantoa Ik Co.'a .table, 76
south Main .trcct. aprl
VM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
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may, waning eal nan leal manhood. I win
mat a valeable linun lawlwll eoatalnla nul
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mi Water., Fcrlllliem. etc.
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Mining property lnve.tlated, developed,
bouKht aad .old.
Sample, caa lie arnt hy mall or ..pre... II
acal by eapreM, charier, muat he prepaid.
Agent, wanted la .very place.
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Exploding or liking fir, too that on
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BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
The Mounniciut to Ills Memory
I nvelled at Indianapolis.
A Fitting Memorial for an Hon.
Til. Evont On In Which Politic. Took
Mo Part ThouMnda of Ntr.ngr.ri In th.
City Tho Itay a "Maoraliar" An Ira
poln( Nlraet VaaaUa tiaiiator Tiirplu
th. Orator of Iki Day A lirwrlptlou
f th Uaautllul Work of Art,
TUK aUlXUMKNT TO HKKIIllltKS,
Tndiamapoijh, Jnly 8. The rnpltsl
city of lue Ilotisier stnte and the home
of the provident of the repnblio, did
honor Tneadny to the memory of one of
her favorite eon, whose notable carexr
an a statexinnn was cut short Jnst as
his life's work had been rewarded with
the second hlKhtwt office in the gift of
the American people..
Politic Not r-nn.ld.rrd.
Conspicuous aa Thomas A. Hendricks
had been in his life time in the councils
of one political party there was no Doli
tii a in the event. The business houses
and private rminences of the warmest
friends of President Harrison were
decorated Jnst as profusely and with at
Dincu toHte as tnow ol tneir Domical
oponents, and In the imposing street
demonstration Republicans marched
with Democratn and Prohibitionists with
No one party was represented in the
tens of thousands of dollars that have
poured in from
every state and
territory of the
Union toward the
erection of the
of art that adorns
the state house
Bromuls, and po
were forirotten in
the salvos of ap
plause that greet
ed the venerable
relict of the de
ceased vice presi
Vl'liPK hand she
pulled the rope
mhi. blua o. BNiRirK and exposed to
lubllc view tlie mariilo reatitros or her
Uuotrions consort. It was the tribute
of city and a state to the citizens, the
American, tne man, rainer Wan to the
politician or statesman.
Th. Day Very Warm.
It was a red-hot day. From the mo
ment that "Old 8or poked his head
from above the horison it was apparent
that be intended to outdo his record of
the (mat six days. The hens poured
down as thongh a million fnrnnce doors
h.-id beeu thrown open in the heavens.
There was not the slightest saxpicion of
tireexe to luixliry tne terrible visita
tion. Unt the crowds of men and
women Uiat began to pour out of the
Union deunt almost with break of dar
did not seem to mind It. They took the
shady side of the street, when they
could find any. and tried to look cool
and hnppy, even If they did not feel it,
A brt-ene spraag up at noon which
slightly mitigated the discomforts of
those participating in the exercises. Hie
crowd was not aa large as was antici
All the roads centering in or passing
through the city had provided for a
heavy in-Dour bv pnttimr on special
trains, and they found their facilities
taxed to the utmost. The local com
mittee hnd provided ?0,wil silk badge
with a bust rut of tiemincks ana ap
propriate letter press, but the supply
was soon exnansieti, anu even 11 mere
bad been twice aa mnny there wonlf
but have been suOiclent to go round.
Tti many of tlis vlxitors tne Untes.
Grand and Denison hotel, whore Gov
ernor Hill. Campbell and Francis were
resuccMvi'lr Quartered, were tne areat
centers uf attrnciion, and they besieged
the) rotunda" and the street onttide in
the hope of getting a view of the dta
tinguishi'd vUltora and may be a Seoch.
In the latter, however, they were disap
pointed. The three chief executives drove to
the stnte ho se shortly after 10 o'clock
and after being introduced to each other
by (fovernor llovey in his private par
lor, held an informal reception tor a
couple of lioura.
Mwinwr'V the various divisions of the
Ssrsde liau liegnn to form at their
eeignntetl rendesvotis, and nt I o'clock.
wnun t met Miirsnni ucn. r reti. nnener
was sath fled that all wns in readiness,
the sivtinl was given by the filing of
seven gnns by the veterans stationed at
the north side of the court house square
and the head uf the column moved. The
motropolitnn police, under command of
Btiienntenilent Travis, led the way,
with the ohiuf marshal aud staff and
mounted escort clone in tho rear,
The first division, commanded by Col.
W. J. McKce, was made np of the Sec
ond regiment infantry, Indiana legion,
the Indianapolis light artillery battery,
the Knights of Pythias and the Knjght
of Honor, and th uniforms of the mili
tary with the guy plumage and regalia
of the civilians combined to present a
Tne second uivision was lea by in
Hendiii ks club of Indianapolis, with J.
D. Curtis commanding. Its members
marched in a square as special escort to
the carriage containing Mrs, Hendricks,
President Hand, of the Monument asso
ciation, and Henator .Turpi, the orator
of the day. On continuous volley of
cneers greetsa th venerable widow as
the carrwire moved from block to block.
and Mrs, Hendricks, who looked some
what ps I but fully oompuwd, smiled
nd bowed her thanks to the right and
left Uoblud tli carriage, in columns
of fours, th nipinhare of th Yonnff
Men's Oray olnb, Cleveland club and
Bynum club, all uf Indianapolis.
In the tliird division, commanded by
James K. Cornuluui, Were the visiting
olnlia from Indiana and other states.
Following the, in th fourth divi
sion were rarringw, four abreast, con
taining Governors Hill, Campbell,
Francis, llovey ana tneir parties) tue
committees of the monument associa
tion, board of trade and Commercial
club, and the judiciary, state, county
and city nniclnls.
in nrt'i division was oompnsea oi
Tetoran solillers' organisation, and th
sixth and last of the city and ward or
ganisations of Indianapolis.
AMens I he Line ef Parade-
The siduv ulks along the line of march
were packed willi people, who heartily
cheered the vixiling governors, the clubs
from abroad and the other features of
the parade that excited their enthusi
asm. Each division liad its bands of
music; and the nnmlierless flags, ban
ners and other devices that were car
ried tended to oomplut magnificent
At th. Monument-
It was 8 o'clock despite the fact that
owing to the extreme heat, the root
hnd been shortened, before the head of
the procession had reached the state
hotuui grounds. Here almost as far as
tne evu coiibi reach, the spectators were
solidly mussed. Fronting the monu
ment a plt.tt'oriu had been erected fr
we speakers and uintingiushed guests,
while to the right wiw an nmnhitheatar
filled with liuo school children, the
majority attic girls in white. Company
D, of the Indianapolis light infantry,
was posted itrouud the upper base of
the monument while the Hendricks
club formed a simare around the lower
The appearance of the carriage with
Mrs. Iloiiilrielt'i end the visitinir govern
ors was the signal for the firing of a
salute of nine gnus by the light artillery
battery and the exerci.ses were forthwith
iiiaugurat d with an overture by the
unna. i non tne htiihoi untitirens chorus,
led by Professor Henry M. Butler, sang
"The Model Republic with superb ef
fect, (tovernur A. P. Hovey called the
gathering to order in n very few words,
extending a huaiiy welcome to the visi
tors from abroad, and paying a brief
tribute to the memory of the man they
had met to honor. lie concluded by in
stalling Hon. Frederick Hand, president
of tho monument association, as Dresid-
ing officer. The hitter in turn intro
duced Kev. Joseph . J en Hps, of Ht.
Paul's church, who led the gathering in
After a selection by the Hendricks
club band. President Rand made a
succinct historical statement narrating
the oircnmtitiincea under which the
movement for the monument had orur
inated: the amounts contributed by the
several states ana tne total exiendltures.
The hymn "America" was then snug by
in cnorus and audience.
Tli. Veil Pall.
As the last notes died away Mrs. Hen
dricks rose and gently pulled the rone,
causing the canvas to recede, and ais-
closiug tue ule-suea statue that crowned
the pedestal. Applause, loud and pro
longed, greeted the successful culmina
tion of enterprise, while to add to the
din, a salute of uine guns, one for each
letter of the name "Hendricks" was
fired by the batto.y, and "Columbia'
was rendered by the combined bands.
When Nilence had once more lieen re
stored, the dedicatory ode "Hendricks,"
written by James Whitcomb Riley was
impressively read by Professor Fisher,
of Hanover colloge.
Following this, "The New National
Hymn," was rendered by the male
chorous, and the battle hymn of the re
public by the school children.
rieiuttiir Turpie. the orator of the day.
upon being introduced, was received
with long coutiiiuiil cheers.
At the conclusion of his address the
orator received auother ovation as he re
tired. "The True Patriot" was rendered by
the male chorus, the audienceand school
children joined ill the stirring strains of
Tl, .t,.r Ki,nn,rl.l Itnnt,. r ' .llk
tlte pronouncing of tho benediction by
Kignt jttuv. nuns t.iiiiia. i. bi iiopoi viu
cennes, the evu.it of the day was brought
to a fitting coiiclv"iou.
THE HENDRICK8 MONUMENT.
EhMerlptloa of th. l'edeslal. Statue aad
The cost of the entire work, pedestal,
statue aud oruauicntatpin, It figured at
HO.lssI, and it is said that no work
eimal to it has ever is- tit oomph-ted for
the n.. ne iiinount of m n. y.
TI m pedestal U of i;; '.it coral granite
.'mm tho Bavanotin.il-.., -.t in Italy, and
it. with the foundations, is being j-tit hi
place under the pcrtoiii.l s-.ipei-viiiou of
Mr. C. B. Cantieid. V ;-. ident of the
Wow Knglu.-iii Moiiuuieut nininny.
The pct .lul tand on a bu-n twenty
nine feet lung an) tw-enty-oue f t wide,
consibtinj,- of three conmes, forming
steps about twelvo inches wide. In each
side of the monument id a uiche. the
one in the front oontali.iag decorations,
the one to the wet ls i..g vacaut, and
those to the north and sou.h coiituming
tigtires of JtiHtiuo and iiiMory. Fonr
Muted coluins are at the corners, each
surmounted by a globe. Over then is
the dome stone, liearlng the cap die on
which stands the stalito which crowns
The front niche bears the name Hen
dricks in sunken letters. This is the
only inscription on the monument Be
neath is a brouxe wreath of laurel and
oak leaves, which la ulaitit three feet in
diameter. Tho casting of this wreath
was douo at the royal foundry at Home,
and the wreath itself wiw a prise exhi
bition at 1'iiii.i, whci-e t':e sculptor
whhat tin-contract ior the whole work
Isingnt it. Natural loaves were used
for the models.
Mr. Hendricks' statue is of course the
principal thine of note in the monu
ment. It is uf heroic sixe and will face
to the southeast. It Is fourteen feet six
tnrhee in height, and is cast as is each
of the twu figure of Justice and His
tory -in a single piece wit bout a seam.
This is done by the '-was molding pro
cess,'' which was a lost art fix? tfuu years,
and is now only prsotiocd at the royal
foundry at Itotu and one in Florence.
Mr. ft. H. Parks, the sculptor, worked
directly from th death mask and from
careful uieaeiireinuutaof the body of the
illustrious statesman, and after months
of work produced a clay model that
weighed la.oot) wuuds. This was put
through the tu-norai alluded to, and th
result is the statue, weighing a ton aud
A veasel das sailed from a flyrlnn port
loaded with anus and ainiuuuiliou fur Uis
Uuurgeuts Hi Crete.
N6W8 IN BRIE;
A Coadeaaaltea ef luterentlns Itanisesi
fnrs killed Charles IIHeks-at Wood-
Two men were killed by lluhtnlna In
Columbus, U,, Monday,
Assistant PoMinaiitsr Qeiiaral Clarksoa
Is now In ttan Irraasiseo.
William Uui&salt. aged II raass, was
drowned seat A(kjUaU, Ly.( while bath
lug. Charley Miller had a leg hndlr lacerated
by a mowing mauliitie, netr I'piier bau
Taylor Mitllsr, a young uinu of urth-
Ingioti, lad., was druwuud iu White river
Idulio aud Wyoming mny be admitted
Into t lie Lnluii ol stauai bum Friday, the
ruurili of July.
Kx-HlierllT John Boyd, of Hnpklnsville,
Ky., has buoyed up his sinking Bnaauw
with f.',M county funds.
Job lltiuulitoQ was drawnen Sunday
night In rltlllKiiter creek, near New Phil
adelphia, (. flawssdruuk.
while bathing lu St. Joe river, at Fort
Wayne. Intl.. Mouday. Chnrlaa Orvls was
seised with cramps and drowned.
The Ureal Adtuirnl. lot day. from Hods
Knng, Is unloading a.Ott.llUO bunches of
lire crackers at Pier 40, North river, New
The teat of the new srulser Philadelphia
have proved th now vessel ai' tisfactorr,
and It will be accepted by the govern
ment. A youth named Kotow, residing near
Mgbtsvills, Darke oouuty, O., aged It,
truck by lightning and instantly
Frank Welch, a young man about M
years ol age, of Maryvills, O., was found
dead in bis bed. Cause ol death un
known. AtChrbmey, Ind., Charles Jons was
shot by James Paanon over game ol
cards, the bullet passing entirely through
An attempt to oh an a. seats In a row
boat oa th lake at Chicago resulted In
the drowning of Michael bheehan and his
Hon, P, A. Foster and Robert Llndwere
drowned In the Minnesota river, near
Mankota, Minn., while bathing. Neither
Ransom Berhima Welch, professor of
theology at Auburn theological seminary,
Clifton Forge, Vs., and a leading literary
man, Is dead.
The population of Wabash, Ind., accord
ing to the census supervisor of ths dis
trict, is 5,110, a gain of 74 per osnt. in the
last ten years.
Herman Laokman, a leading brewer of
Cincinnati, who was prostrated by the
heat Saturday, died at his residence lu
Sheridan Btoner. In fall at Madison.
Ind., for several months awaiting trial for
the murder of William Bowles, was re
leased Monday on a ss.ouu bond.
Rev. Father Molllnger, the falth-eurtst.
whose reputation extends throughout the
United States, is lying at the point of
aeatn, ana win not liseiy recover.
Charles Decker, of Morris, III., died
without becoming sufficiently conscious
to give sny particulars of the attack upon
aimssii ana mother eaturaay night.
Kvery rolling-mill in ths Mahonlns vsl
ley was ordered to shut down Moxday at
midnight, the tnannfaotbrers having re-
ruseu to sign.tna Amalgamated scale.
The disbarment proceedings against W.
B. Walla, the well known Indianapolis
attorney, were begun in the circuit eourt
of that city Monday before Special Judge
w. f. r isiioacK,
Joe Keith, city marshal of Chtldsrs
burg, Ala., was shot and killed Sunday
night by a colored man, whom he was at
tempting to arrest for burglary. Ths
J. F. Callan, while working at a grind
stone at Waldron & Maxim's handle fac
tory, at New Castle, Ind., Monday, be
came entangled la th machinery aud had
uis left hand nearly torn oS.
Near Harrodsbitrg, Ky., Monday. John
ttuoyshot and killed James Donovan.
Tby had previously quarreled, and Ruby.
seeing Donovan psssing his house with a
crowd on horseback, fired upon him.
Rev. E. 0. Huntley, pastor of the First
Mctuodlst Kplsonunl church of Annanolla
Md., lu bis sermon Suudny, denounced
ht. Jobu's college, of Annapolis, as an
unfit place fur Methodists to send their
Sarah Miller, of Tlffln, O., a half
witted woman or bad reputation, was
visited by a bnnd of masked moralists,
who stripped her. covered her person with
lar and entered her to leave the neighbor
In a fight with four burglars who were
trying to break Into Ike saloon of Joe
Myers, at Delplins, O.. one policeman
was severely Injured, and one of the burg
lars had a duger shot oft . The robbers es
caped. The East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia has couiplod the purchase of
the Louisville Nntliiern railroad which
will give the former an entrance to Umis
ville via the tiiiciunaii Souther. i and
Stephen Fogarty, Isiiler lender at tl-f
Linden steel works, l'lttshiirg, ns stiiml
log upon a ladder making a coiuiectlou
with a steam pipe when a .team valve
burst lu front of him. lie wus dead when
picked up flfty feet awn;.
At Philadelphia the Unman Catholic
Cathedral of Ht. Peter and St. Paul was
consecrated with ituisMiiig ceremony,
Cardinal Uibhoua and bishops, urchhish
ops and prlesta from all wrts of the coun
An effort la being mnde to secure ths
pardon of Joseph Duvuette. sent to Michi
gan City, Iud., prlsou in ItW on a lite sen.
tence for murder. He hus spout thirty
two years in solitary conllneiueut, aud has
always protected bis iunoceuce.
At San Francisco the coroner's tnnusst
In the cass of Edward Coogan, who was
shot and killed by James W. Kerr, pro
prietor or Uccldrntal foundry, during sn
assault on himself and a non-uulon
molder, the jury returned a verdict chant
ing Kerr with insiislnughter.
Wheeling, W. Vs.. had a memorable
thunder and rale storm Monday after
noon. Lightning kuovked the telephone
wires out so badly that It will take tea
days for repairs. The rainfall was very
neavy. Ten inottaana pirknlckerk of ths
American Ulass-Workers uuion were out
One Hundred and rifty-Klgbth Day.
In the senate The Idaho bill was taken
up aud the report on It mid. It was thru
laid aside for the agricultural appropria
tion bill, and the conference on the Dis
trict of Columbia bill. The latter was not
completed at adjournment.
In tli. bouse The day was devoted t
dsbaleef ths National election bill.
Till, waa lion. In the "New South."
T.i ,ii.iu.iru l-n I,, I.. )! 1...-
lto,ifi htarllml llmt nit Kiniiliiv niirlit finp
negroes, untied with shot ' guns, sur
rounded the saw mill of J. K. White,
urove on me employee, sei nre 10 tne
mill ami sbssl guard mound it until it
wns destroyed, The net-roc then left.
and have not been heard of.
Arrested and I'ut In Jail.
MoNTtliiMKllY, A In.. Julv I. The Ad
vertiser prints a sH-einl from Tallahassee,
Kin., which slides that William Klnsles,
tewis I'erry, James Crosby ninl WiNinm
I'aue. charged with miming While's cot
ton gin, have la-en nrrcslcd ami put in
Haulage lo Lire and Prnperty.
Dtiriii.ASMVii.i.i!, (lu., July 3. This
dace and vicinity was visited by a very
lenvv storm ol wind anil rain,' nlanit II
?VliM'k, p. lu. Two house behuiging to
Col. James were ili-iuollslied, and also
lite new wing of the I'oiigissvillo col
lege, which iiiid .hisl l-ei-ii i-oinpleted,
n lorn itway, I lie uej.r i Jletluslist
liuriliwiiN blown mini lis foiiiiilution,
Alsili! Iwo Ini-hes of lain fell, and while
he lui mini; inlet-cMs will l heni-tltcd.
I is feared I hut the diimiige to life ami
liroiH-ilv ha Urn considerable. The
leli-iriiiili wires nre nil reKirttti down
xt-i'pt is twii n Aiiiinut anu tins place.
Ouwanlly Murdar of a Woman,
OwRNsmmo, Ky,, July 8, Redmond
Smith and Perry Htout had a quarrel at
a tlnuce Hatiirday night, and Smith was
put out of the house. He left swearing
vengeance, aud Sunday morning he
called on Htout, asking him toooiue out.
Mrs. Litxie Lacy, who was ureaent. re
sponded to the call, and when ah
reached the door Smith, who was hid
behind a gate-poet, fired at her. The
ball passed through her body, inflicting
a wound from which she died Sunday
nignt. Btnitu maue nis escape.
Killed ky aa Unknown N.gra,
BiRMirtoilAM, Ala., July 8. Jo
Keith, town marshal of Chlldnrsbnrg,
Ala., was killed by an unknown negro
Saturday. Keith arrested th negro tor
vagrancy, and waa carrying him to ths
polio station, when the negro broke
and ran. Keith pursued, when th ns-
ro turned on nltn, and drawing pis
si shot Keith three times. The man
Asheville Female College.
The Female College, with its spncioiis
for the entertainment uf botirdi is from
of ngc not ntlmtttctl.
As it school lor the tliorougli cilticntion nml n-liucil culture of girls unci young Indies, tins Institution has no suia-rior in thi
section of the country. It liiriiislics nirc ndvitiitiiges in Music, Art, Language, LiU-ritttirc nml Science. Pupils hnvecver
cuniiuri ioiiiiii iu nil cicgiiui noiiic.
A Lady III Houlli Carolina WrlU-ni
My lnbor wns shorter mid less painful
thiin on two former occasions; physi
cians nstomslictl ; 1 tliuuk you lor Moth
er's l'ricnd." It is worth its weight iu
Write Brndficld Regulator Company,
Atlnntn, Gu., for particulars. Ity till
i n btanaard cocoa or turope,
Th Coming on of America.
Van Houtcn's has fifty fer
fen, more of the flesh-forming:
elements of cocoa than is ob
tained by the best processes of
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Doctors and analysts of thci
highest standing all over the;
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special process ouly can this;
be attained. !
99Vkn HoUTRN'a Corn ("onw tried,!
Iwajrt ttiMd") po ottsaflstlf yroat Kttvantmre!
of iMrinrf Dolojuriotu ITjcu on tli pnroii
jrttrA. No woadar. ttiantfura, thai In all
parU of th world. thU ittur'a (Joeoa la r
o Mended by medlcul avten Inatcaul ofi
teKdcoT or otbrr covouaor cho
eolMlca, fbr dully aao bjr ebildmo or
tdalta halo and atck, rich and poor Akfor
Vax Hoimm'aandiaiftl'wAw, al
100,000 wtlnrtMM tNi(lf to the vfrtum of
Ir.Tutrl'm. H hrrv-r hlll.iintl IVtvr,
lllltoua IIUiwm or Uver AflVrtlnne itrrvitlt,
they have prtivrn frr-rnt bliiMliiax. KftutiTit,
lna;letrlitl will convince ytu ilml tliln In no
CMtrh-pennrnietllrln, Twrti) ymrntmt liaa
tUbllsilMHi thuir UMrlUaU or Uw wurld
Gains Fifteen .Pounds.
"I have been nahur Tuft' rilln for Itnp
fat and fliul thriu the lietst raiiirly I vtr
tried LnlotlutttlmeevrrjiltliisT I ale illn.
Mreed with lite. J vaa now ellKt any kind
of rKMl never have a lirailarhe, auti hava
gained fifteen tmniifH ofttulld Meh.N
Vt V OVUlLIAslej VOllUUIIIa, 9. U
Tutt's Liver Pills
GIVE ITRENQTH AND HARD MUSCLB.
Gf SAR'S HEAD
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Aii-uttinUHlutiunte the very I ten I I bin tiiuiiu
(iiln country can ittTonl. Tim miHtitiuMi
nn Hinnltilc to tnukc the in. ItilMariltt, jhiuI,
huwIltiK nl Icy, hall runni, mualo, etc.
F. A. MILKS, 91. D.,
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGEK8 IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
We i-liilm Hint I law Iihmmi ik are i lu inur
thnn liny iillu-r; lire ilitmliiilile, nml nnr
mi m I kt enn lie iim-iI ar silrk i lnmin- a tin!
fiirin liarn of Inluiit-o i mure tnltiu-eo eiin lie
eurt-il ier liarn: IuIuktu lirliiK" Ih-IUt irlii-s;
ilma not lirnlM-i slulk Is nut eureil, kiivIiik
Mill ami time. Any liarn tun lie lim il. rlntll
pie Kill wllh inmihlet lor f) centu iio.liiiie.
Imiiilre fur them uf yuur slnrvkeeN-r nr
agent. If they do not keip tin-in semi lo u.
Price per l.noo, with nllcka, sVi.oo
Price per i,wmi, liniiuc-ra only .!o
Mend en.li with ortlrr, or uoml. sent C. I). I)
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
HoaMton, Hallffix County, Vn.
well fiirnishctl hiiililings, coot, well shaded,
now until September 1st. Terms given on
V-inirgcs lire low lor the Hue iidvtiiitnges
PROP, It. lv. ATKINS,
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN HOOFING.
PAINTS and OILN.
-Al.liMS I UK-
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A I.I. SI liS IIIK 1 AMII.V
AMI IUITi:i. I'SI!.
Ciuiiratilvc-tl lo lc- ucrm Proof.
Al.l. SUliS Klil-T IN STOCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
FRKSII - LIME
In Bulk or
Oflicc No. ,$ Puttou Avenue.
THI.Iil-llllMt NO. K).
WanlioiiHi- ul IK'imiI.
r. ii. litis n:n.
C. E. MOODY.
PAITTIftM lnrl" rthoea am
vaUlIUn warrnnird. and evrrv Mir
hue IiIh an mr and prtca elamiicd mu baiiom
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLKMIN.
Vln Calf an. I.aretl Walerpraef (.rata.
The eitvllpnoe anrl wntirlnsT nuillllran Ihli ihoe
rannttt he iM-ttrr Miown limn nr the mmtn uduw
nivuUdf Ita tbouaanila nf wmiuutt weamra,
ftfSiOO (iennlne llantl-erwedi an elea-ant artrl
9 llvllnh iln'M Hhiio wlilnh ctimmetuln Itwlf,
AO0 llanil-aewe. Well. A Hue calf Utua
lin.Millull.Hl for all In artrl anrsiitllKw.
to. BO oodyrar Writ la tua ttautlard drM
Mime, at a ptHiiilar prlte.
tO .60 rollremnn'a Hhne U enTwllly adaptutl
fur rnllnntfl men, farmrm, rln,
tiave been moat favorably receiver, alnre Introdured
and the recent Improvement ntaaa Hwa aupwrlur
U) any ahoea Kld al thrae itticea.
Ana your lealrr. and it he cannot vtippt rotj arnd
illrrrt to fartory enrlualag advarllawl prloa, or a
W. La IrOtULAS, Bracalaa. Maaa.
VOH ft ALU UY
WEAVER & MYERS.
?OK KItNT JULY 1HT.
I'hntn pnltcry over Lnw'a at ore. Ilayc'n
Pntent akyllKhti tinrlora and print. nit d
pnrtnirnt; commotlloui and may of avctaa.
Apply to llliAKDKN, RANKIN tk CO.,
juiic-kltr 00 Buutta Main itrcct.
grnssy ciinipus of seven nca-s, will Ik oik-ii
iipiliculioii. Children under liltccu ycurs
given, l-ur catuliigiic nr nnv inliirmiitii
A. F. CoIIvk;, AhIicvIIIc, N. C.
( Formerly of I.ymun He child I,
Ofllec No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIiicsh
l.ontlii M-t-iirt-ly iiliieeil nt H iN-ret-nt.
IviiKllHli aud Freueta
BOARDING ANO DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4(1 rrvm-h llnmd Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
1 1'or ninny yrnni ArtntHHiitr I'rlticlpnl tif Mt.
Vermm liiMiitutr, HiiHiuiore. )
AHKittti-tl ly aiurpa of vuincnteut u-achcra.
dreft d I y
BUGGIES, CAHHIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To the eltlrt-na uf Ashrville anil rlclnll y I
woulil iiiiimumv thai nt my Nh-iiw on l'olli-uc
MtrtTl, ni'il to V Ilmry'ii Ntalift'H, I uin la-t
tt-r itrt-lmrtil than ever to ilo work in my line.
Wilson. Hni;i:ifM nml CnrrliiKt-n ntiinulael.
un-il. Kt-iiiirinu nml horM-ftliot-inK ure .ie-t-inlliin,
iiiol K-rttvt MiiliMfiit-tion Kiinrrintt-iil.
My urn kintn lire etnntncttl and .killlulautl
my tiuirKt-M ure mtiilt ralc.
nov-X-til ft. Itl'HNKTTIt.
NliW IIOIHUI NliWLV 1'LKNISliHll
ALU MOIlliKN IMI'KOVUMUNTS.
MRS. N. U. ATKINSON,
No. Ill I llaywooil Street.
B. F. P. BRIGHT.
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
K. RATTLK'H OFKICK.
We the unili ralimril hnvrlhln ilnjr fllssolreil
luirttuTMhiii hv Itiutiml t-mtH-iil. All oliliitn.
tiotiH not oilirrwIiH- tirovlilttl for will lie met
by J. II. Weuver. Any neeouuutluc the ana
ure luiytilile to either.
IIHRHISO & VI!AVI!K.
Thi. ?th tiny of Mny. lhoti.
The titlilerKiiMiril lime thnt dnv forimil a
toinrlitertiiii iimlrr the mime anil ntyle ol
neavt-r A: Myern. lor Hit- iiirpone ol eomluel
inu the Rhm- limtlnt-HM in nil It lirant-hr., at
the tiltl Mliiinl ol llerriiiuv Wrnvrr. Hit I'at
toll livrliue. Ioiik II. Wkavkm.
J. Noams Mr am.
Anhrvllle. June It. INIHI.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill mlk Houlli of Anheville, on A. Ac 8. K. K.
I'er Month floiHi
Per Week fj IN)
I'er I lay U Ou
Hlnncr ami 1'eu I'ltrlltK on uneilny'.nollec,
TIiom. A. MorrlH, prop.,
nprlilillf Anli a, N. C.
Aheille, N. C, April II, Innu.
The etitntitiieniliiii heretofore ealatlns be
tween the unilerslutirtl. aniler the Ann name
of I't'l.l.lAM Ik CO., 1. thl.ilityillMolvrtl by
mutual eoiiaent. The tlehls tlae by .nlil nrm
will la-pnlil hy l.itwrcnee I'tilllnin, and the
U-lila iliie to alil llrm will le pitl.1 lu hlin,
mill Hie IninlllfNN eontiliueil hy him.
I. AWKIINL'li I'l I.I.IAM.
II. V. WAIIIllil.U.
To out pnlroiiR of the tiimt:
I have thU ilny sohl my Intercut ami ifootl
will In tlte Inmiriiiiev liiMlneM. In Anheville Iw
l.awrenee l-ullliuii, who will eonllnue the
litisliitHM, I lit-NiK-nk lor him a eontlntinnee
tif votir lutirouuue.
I). C. WAIiUKI.L.
Aiily lu u. ilurlna the Incoming week to
rent the Kia-k Uunrry on the onpoelta aide
of the river, near the Iron Urliliir, and the
NINII TIINUMUNT 1I0UBI1S)
near by. A "txl rock man caa irct a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.