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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1890.
Nature should i.-j
aaalated in tl!
ring to throw 01?
le ncavlnosa of
the sluggish winter
'circulation of tb'
Idoos it ao well, an
prompt or soKHfely
I have uscrl 8. S. 8. for a number of
yours, and consider it the last tonic ur '
blood remedy that I over used, In fa
I would not attempt to enter upon
spring or summer in this cllinnte with
out it. H. W. Cot.RMAN,
Of Coleman, Ferguson & Co.,
Dodo City, FU
Our book on Ulo I nud Skin Discuse
Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, 6a.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
OFFICE 56 MCAFEE BUILDING.
AHhcvllle, N. C.
I'RACTICU LIMITltD TO TUB
KYK, liAR, THHOAT AND NOHK.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Box 1st, Hendry Block.
MRS. M. F. FIT6H, M. 0.,
ACCOUCHEUR AND GYNAECOLOGIST.
NO. tt. BPRUCB S1'., ASIIUVII.I.H, N. C.
N. B. Non-rcaidcnl tf.tlcntM fur.iNlivil with
first clfiM rtiinu., bunrd ami professional
A. II. COIJB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
ftrtWc Over J. II. Law' Htorc. Mouth Muin
" With ' nte.
Pilling with nil vi-r or amalgam. ...nc. to7ftc.
koIU tl.oo anil upward.
Bet of teeth UM.
Heat act of teeth H.OO.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
MARION, N. C.
Will practice In the 10th anil lath Judicial
Diatrtct. of North Carolina anil In the Hu
prcmc Cuurt anil the Federal Court uf the
VVcatcrn Diatrict of North Carolina.
rutin. H. DAVIIISOM, Titos. A. JoNXS,
Raleigh. Jai. O. Mantin, Astcvillc.
JJAVIIIHON, MARTIN A JONU8,
Attorney, and Counsellors at Law,
A.heTlllc. N. C.
Will prattler In the llth nnit 13th Judicial
Districts, and In the Hunrcine Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Western Diatrtct of North Carolina.
Refer to Hank of Aaheville. lit net
Architect and Contractor.
t'lnna, apccillcnlions and estimates fur
nished. All work In my line contracted for,
Mini no charge, tor ilrawiuite on contrnct.
Kclcrcncea when draircd.
mliec: No. I J llcndrv lllovk. North Court
Simile. Aaheville. N t' M-Mthllv
K. II. kki:vii. II. U.S. , II. K. smtll.H.1'-.
l-. MCCVl'M f HjiiMIi.
In t'olltlHMy nilllill.lKt oter KcitvVHoil. Slur.
Tivlh otriictcd without iniu. with the new
ii'i.,.. tlnlic. mid all caaca of Irtcunlnrlty cor-,,.t,-.l.
. I, I t M r
I '. MAMS-W. ! II. 8
In llnrnnrd Building Hntrnncca, I'atton
Avenue anil Main Street.
J. W. ROLLINGS.
I will practice Id the dt jr and .urroundlng
Office at W. P. Wanton at Co.'i .table, T
Mouth Main .treet. aprt
Crt LO 0'' TOr
THB LARGBMT AND BBST BUDIPPBD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORItt
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
COMSIILTWO CHKUI'T AND 11110 IIHS
Analyses of Metal., Ores. Cnsli "fL"'
era! Water., Pertlllicrs. te.
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Investigated, dTeloied.
bnuuht and .old. ,
CorrrKndence solicited. .. i
Hamplcs can he is-nt hy mall or rcss. I
srst hy esprcss, eharue. mut u. prepaid
.Kent, wanted In .very plac
DR. H l. WOLTCRItCK,
novo dwlT Mnar
Burnt In tim wlHioul rftjflfr of
Exploding or taking fir. 8m that you
gat the ganuln. For aala by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
' ABHBVILLB, N.C.
Bill Prepared by the PimtolTle
Proposed Interpretation of Ad
vertisements a to Kaolud. alldl.d Msw.paiwrt
from th. Mall. on. nnnl th. TVaar
mlHlon of Monoy la Aooonlan.i With
th. Molleoo Publl.ho4 Thi-reln ITull
WAaiiiNOTOM, July OT. Tha new bill
denigned to priTnt ererjr form of una of
the United btntoa mailt by lotteriat,
either in the distribution of eiroulon,
the pnlilicntion of advertld.innnta, or
the trannniinnion of money, at prepared
at the puetotHce departuient, appi-an be
low. It will lie coniiidered in the boat
committee on poetofflcee. The nenatt
ooiumitte aim) haa toe bill on ita table.
It amends exuling lawt to at to read at
Hue, 1. No lottar, poatal oard or cir
cular coiic-ernlng any lottery, .o-eallad
gift concern or any similar snUirprise
ofTerliiR prim, dependent upon lotteries et
chance, or concerning scheme, devised for
the purpose of obtaining mon.y or pros
err; mi'liT false pretenses, and no list ef
thr ilr.itvlugi at any lottery or similar
svlirine, nud no lottery tickut, or pari
thereof, and no check, draft, bill, money,
postal note or money ordur for the pur
chase of any ticket, tickets, or parts
thereof, or of any share or chance in any
audi lottery or gift enterprise, shall be
carried in the mail or delivered at or
through any poetomre nr branch thereof,
or by any letter carriers, nor shall any
newspaper, circular, pamphlet or pub
lication ol any kind containing any adver
tisement of nn.r lot lerjr or gift enterprise
of any kind olleriug prises dependent upon
lot or choline, or containing any list of
prisea awarded at the drawings of any
sujh lottery or gift enterprise, whether
said list is of any part or all of the draw
ings to be carried in the mull or delivered
by any postmaster or letter carrier. Any
person who shall knowingly deposit, or
cause to be deposited, or who shall know
ingly send or cause to lie eeut, anything
to lie conveyed or delivered by mail, in Vi
olation of this section, or who shall know
iugly cause to be delivered by mail any
thing herein forbldeu to be earried by
mail, shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, aud on conviction shall be pun
ished by a Due of not more than 15,000, or
by imprisonment for not more than one
year or by both euoh Hoe and Imprison
meut for each offense. Auy per
son violating any ot th provision
of this section may be proceeded against
by Information or tndiotmeut, and tried
and punished either in the district at
which the unlawful publication waa
mailed, or to which It le carried by mall
for delivery, according to the direction
thereon, or at whleu it Is caused to be de
livered by mall to the person to whom it
Bfcc. a, The postmaster general may,
upon evidence aatisfnetory to him that
any ierin or company is engaged In con
ducting auy lottery gift enterprise or
scheme tor the distribution of money or
ef auy real or personal property by lot,
chance or drawing of any kind, or that
any person or company 1 conducting any
other scheme or device for obtaining
money or property et any kind
through the mall by meane ef
fraudulent pretense, representation
or promisee. Instruct petmaeter
at any postufnee at wbioh registered
letters arrive, directed to any such person
or company, or to the agent or representa
tive of any such person or company,
whether such agent or rspressntatlv I
acting as an Individual or as a firm, bank,
eoriratlon, or association at any kind, to
nluriinll suuh registered letters to the
posttusHier ut the ofllce at which they
were oriKiunlly mailed, with the word
"Fraudulent" plainly written or stamped
upon ll.u outside thermf; and all such let
ter, so returned to such poetuioslora shall
be by them returned to the writers
thereof, under such regulation as the
po; master general may prescribe. But
nothing contnlned In Ibis seotiou shall b
eo om.tnie.1 . to authorise any poetmas
ter nr other por-on to open any tellers n I
addressed to i l-iiseif. The public adver
tisement by r ivn person or company so
conducting such lottery, gift enterprise,
scheme or tlevlo that remittances for the
cam may be mode by rrulatsred letters le
any other persou, Arm, iNiuk, corporation
or association nsnied therein, shall be
held to be an acknowledgment o the ex
istence of said agency by all the parties
named there! u.
Bsc. I Tnsl the poatmaster general
may, upon evidence satisfactory to him
that any person or onmpany is engaged in
conducting any lottery, gift enterprise cr
aeheme for the distribution of mouey, or
of any renl or personal property, hy lot,
ehanoa or drawing of any kind, or that
any person or omiipany le conducting any
other scheme for obtaining mouey or
property of any kind throug the mails by
means of mis or fraudulent pretenses,
forbid the payment hy any postmaster to
sold parson or company of any
postal money order drawn to
his or It order, or In his or It favor, or t
the agent of any such person er company,
whether eucb agent Is acting a an indi
vidual or as a Arm, bank, corporation or
assoolatnn of any kind, and may provide
by regulation for the return to the remit
ters of the euma named la auck money
orders. 11 ui this shall not authorise ny
person te open any letter not addressed to
himself. The public advertisement by
such person nr ooinpany so conducting say
such lottery, gift enterprise or scheme,
that remittances for the same may be
made by means of postal mon.y order to
any other person, firm, bank or corpora
tion or association named therein, shall be
held to be an acknowledgment of the ei
latenoo of said agency by all th partis
Chicane resteer Bamed.
Chicaoo, July 17. Th Alston Mann,
factoring company, worka, located at
th oeriior of Currier and Crittenden
street, wnr destroyed by fire Thursday
night at a ! uf 10,000 to $100,000 to
th building, stock and machinery,
probably entirely covered by Insurance,
The building i a thr atory brick,
fronting on Currier street, and running
back on Crittenden street about 178
limoklya Building Trades.
Ngw Turk. July S7. A general tie
up waa ordered in th building trade
la Brooklyn r nuay morning, me out
come of the persistent strik of th roof
en, who nav own out bow ih uaariy
le ifadga Lilly Afrsltt
troop that war to nav left her
for Haaard, Wa Winchester, l
order to protect Judife Lilly in holding
oourt In Perry, ditlnot aurt, but will
leave Monday, Nth inei. Judg Lilly
WrOT w IS. II.IV linim laivii
that thl. iMvtiKinettit'nt " uiad. Bom
r.r u .L.l l-'l . t III. I. .fr.M tl hM
imua Mini " - "-
,.urt In Hrrry, even with th assistance
of th troop.
Mnedereil by Trams '
OoaM. Ind., July '.-A gang of
tramps Thursday nisiii attacked tlie Luke
Shore freluht iii;r Llgonier. In th
male Conductor llot hwood and Brake
man Frank Houk wer shot and killed.
Th tramps cannot be foond. The at
tack waa tor Um purpoae of louUng.
The Boycott Huggestlmi Loss ravorebly
Cim.ldered at New Orlnans,
Niw Orijuns, July OT, The excite
ment over th proposed boycott of
northern product by th south If th
tore bill la uaased enema to have aub-
aided here very suddenly, little being
(aid on th subject. Popular sentiment
at first waa decidedly in favor of th
boyoott, but It baa been somewhat mod
ified since in consequence of the expres
sions of opinion from prominent Demo
crats at Washington against tha oourss
prniKised, however. The meeting at
Atlanta is mgnrded as a set-bock to th
boyoott movi-inent aa New Uorleana ex
pected Atlanta to give it a good start.
It it now vary doubtful whet tier any ac
tion will be tukt'ii hero in th matter.
Osnoaneed by tttiger 0. Mills.
Ti . , , , t-..b r..l.. rirtinuMi,.
Roger (j. Mills, in n t lnterviiw Tliurs
day niKlit nu tln 'mycotting of the
north KuWHtod by '1 he Atlanta Constl-
tutinn and i'.il m"1 by din. Uordon,
noma tim law urn ueconi a law,
"It vronM not only be n folly but a
eriiuimil f lly to at tempt such n projeot.
It would injure us na much as the mirth,
and the iin'ri-hnnU and hmi'iia men of
the soiith rliould omne out and de
Every business man in Dallas aeen on
the subject with om exception shares
Ilnw Savannah U Working.
Savann ah, (.t.. .Tnlv i 7. There Is no
eentiui.-Mt l:i , v.imi.iii. hh fnrnacanbe
ascertiiineil. in fnvnr ul the at-hoine, ln
dnreed i y i.iivtTnnr (t'lidnii to boycott
th bu-iiniu oi thi nor'h in the event of
the pn.'.tir.;'' of tin- fu it i iil.
Duvniiunn littHineMi limn lire trying to
arotM' it sj.r' tout mining the liusiiiesa
men nf the . . h ngninut the bill. Their
board i f trmlo lt: pax-ed rcenluiioni
with Hi-1 rtul in i imr, und ihiue reilu
tioiiH, h a circular are being sent over
MoDit.it. Ala.. Jrly 87. The chamber
of commerce adopted a reply tn the At
lanta boycott tiroihmitii n. The chamber
declared that it ha. no symtiathy with
the suugostion. It oppisiee the fori
bill, but relic uivon friendly uolitical
and cotumert'iiil relstlona with the peo
ple or tne tmrtn ami wtst to prevent it
pHSKnge: and should it become a law th
people of Mobile will nliey its provision
and appeal to the enli)lite.iied sentUneut
of th country for it rcpeai
Monlgomery Will Nut 4uln tha Hnye.lt.
M'intoomkrv. Ala.. July 27. At a
lHr.:-'ly attended rutfting nf the Mont
gomery Industrial and ('oinmrcliil aaso
tintioii rvw'lutinns were I'lopted pro
testing agnitutt the force bill. A resolu
tion was itlsn adopted stating that the
associntinn la opposed to and will in no
vent lend its aid to any measure look
ing to a Isiyi ntt of northern or western
UNCLE 6AMMLLBE POOR
By th. Cad of (he Prewnt Congress.
Judge ftolmae Interviewed.
Wamiiniiton, July 27. Jmlgo Hoi-
man, of Iiidinna, fhnse lutigi-xperienc)
on th couunittee of appropriation baa
mad him thoroughly and utrticularly
caimble nf making au exact estimate,
completod a cnlt'iilHtion of the ex
pectable revenues and expenditure ot
the National government for the current
fiscal year. 1 he courlmu.jn reached bv
hitn is that by the end of the present
congress the surplus will have vanished.
ana the lounaniions win nave neen inio
for equally extravagant txpeuditurce la
"But " ear th imlire. 'with this nn-
exainpled extravngance of congress I
hope for at least one other result. That
1 that th farmers, who bear th
heaviest weight uf government, both
state and National, wlnwa great indus
try has heen fr years and still is griev
ously oppn-saed by the pernlrl u legis
lation of conurei s. w hile hi . ciai iiikt-
eata are hampered and general interest
loaded Uim u witn nuni.-i.". aim, imieea,
all lalsiritig men, will l ;iu to cnusider
eeriou.lv the propriety of a judicious in
come tux. that the great r.ipunl in
terests which control cotmreaa nud in
spire th legislation which Imilils np
private estates and fosters e-i ial in
terests at th expnuse of the general
welfare will m compelled to lsnr
jnst share nf th burdens of the govern
ment. "I tell you that vhn'ever tuny be snld
against It, a judicious Incine tux,
which would reach fnii.y and justly tlie
great private eetutee which onr rlnsa
legislation tine virtually i r'stl. would
do a great dil in preventing extraca
gant appropriii'iiin nud vn bms laws.
When the we.tllu of tin- conuiry la-nnt
reasonabl portion of the tax, which
wells Into nearly f iIo.ikm.im) a year,
owner of great Irate rt ilew will lie
gin to see the value aud luerila of frugal
and honeat govornmeiit.
Rilled al a Plrmle.
HorKiKtvii.i.K, Ky Julv 87.-News
has beeu received from lfsyette, a vil
lage in this county, to the off eat that
Ureen Liexirnrti, euiorea, was snot ana
killed bv a nonstable, at a picnio there.
Wednesday evening, while resisting ar
rest for celling liquors without llosnse,
Ledford fired upon th constable.
wounding him in th leg. when that
official returned tne nre, tilling ltxllora
in.untly. Drceasel served several years
in tot tut n Herniary.
Cleakn.ak.rs' strike Rae4.
Tfrw York. July 27. All th cloak
maker who hav oenn on a strike sine
Jan IU resumed work f riilnv morning
in an in inaniuac tones anu anu. i n
manufacturers say now they will be
abl to meet all contract. Th manu
facturers recoenlxe the union and will
disohsrg all niii-iitiion men in their
employ, reserving the right, however, to
retain the American girls who are work
ing for them. About 1,000 men hav
returned to work.
At a Main ITnaeiml.
A Maine clergyman, who evidently It
touiuwluit liiton-Htod 111 th mutter of
funeral rvfunn, writoai "Homo time ago
I attended a funeral which ttnil: place on
the 'outskirts of civilisation.' At the
oh" of the aervioc, a tutinl In the
country, an invitation waa givmi to th
audience to "view th rvtiiuitia. Aitor
they had iVme ao the relatives of the de
oeAsnd wont forward to tako their last
took at tlie familiar frattirea, and natur
ally were much affectod, mine of them
nobbing hnd crying In an nmlililu umnner.
When nil wore a;nlu sentinl tlm Htrmin
who had t'liurgo nf l!ie fnnci.il nrnae mill
reuiarkod, 'We will now allow the friends
a few minute to git control uf their
foelluV thru nwmtnad his sent, while
th tlleno waa only broken by tlie sound
ol tight and viplng, which grmliuilly
died away. It hi i nclt me aa an innova
tion ti"nii tha nsnnl funeral nnatonis, but
uo ui. ' there eimined at nil surtirlsetl."
A t'nelona Phsnomenoa.
A curious connection between color and
the auditory sense ha been noted by Dr.
Alhertln. II ha observed that persons
uff.rlng with color blliidneas tn certain
line hav a corresponding deafness to cer
tain musical note. Hpecial Instances sr
given. For example, a person not having
th ssnaatlon of red cannot distinguish the
Dots sol, a person blind to green cannot
reongntae re, nor can th note be produced
hi th veto.
Til Texas Write) i..
My case i of longstanding; has baffled
many physicians ; nave tried every rem
edy I could hear of, but Bradneld'i Fe
male Regulator it all tnnt relieved mc.
Write Brndfield Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Ga., for purticulnra. By all
Th Cratt Cocoa of Europt.
Th Coming On of America.
MADK BY SPECIAL PBOCKSS-TUEBSST.
Cocoa Is of supreme Impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten's has fifty ptr
cent, more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
is highly developed. 1
MVAN HOUTENI 0OOOA ("SIM. trM,
slwsy. UMd ") I. the orlelnnl, PMre,ela
ble Coeoe, Invested. tmUnled aad
nu.de la load, Mid i. to-dar IxtUrand
-wraMfieW. ihso say of ths Dam. ran. Imits
tnss. la tact, a eompantlv. tail will .aallj
provs, thst ssMS-rOoeoswiusls this laataMr'.
le tolabilitr, sTMabls taau sad autrillv.
qsslltlM LsrgMl asl. la lb. world." Aik
lor VAaliouTW'ssBduk.aoeUi.a la
This snee.ee of ad vie. Is not always aeeept.
able, but In many InatanoM much beneflt
would be derived were II acted upon. Me)
seel Ion of tbeeoontrylsosen.pt from disease.
To know the boot turansofeombotUnf thie
common enssny. with the least Injnry iaoar
poeketeand lastee, Isesrtaluly a great ad
vantage- W. muni e.pMt Torpid IJver, Con
osUd Mpleen, Vltloied HII aad Inactive
llowela, and all prud.nl person, will aupply
lh.m-.lve. with Tula'. Pills, which stlnia
late the llver. relieve the engorged tpleen,
detarmliM a healthy flow of Bile, thu. r.g
Srcretlonstopaasoffln m BtUural suonnse.
An ounoo of preventive Is worth a pound
efeure. lie advlesd aad ne
Tutt's Liver Pills,
rriet,tS. OKlc, 39 A 41 Pork Plact. N. Y.
TYLER DESK S-200 New Styles.
aLZI, CHAIRS, B00E CASES, c,at Utimi Rstta
sa4 ta.lal Diaeea.ta, CatslofM far law aow rasdy.
MO ofM, IUa.tr.US. Book fra. Poalaca 10a,
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
Vtetnlle-i far HtTlr, ttaelhv m4 Prl. IHtrstrdl tm Cetera
AeHtMtwartellrti ItUmn. Hsoa Fr-ri i ete
TTLER DESK CO., ST. LOUIS, MO,, VMM
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
Wc claim that thrac hanger are cheaper
than any other; are detachable, and any
numlirr can be used per stick ; Insure a nnl
form barn of tobacco; more tobacco can lie
cured per bant ; tobacco brings better prices
does not brulve ; stalk Is not cured, saving
fuel and time. Any barn can lie used, nam
pie sent with pamphlet lor 6 cents postage.
Inquire for them of your slorekeerr or
agent. If they do not keep them send tons.
Price pr ,000, with nllcfca, Ss-oo
Price per 1,000, hanger only 4.90
Rend rash with order, or goods sent C. O. D
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
Houston, Halifax County, Ya.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Bndlng 10.00 p. m,
Car leaves gqusre for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Hchcdule cars connect at Hquar.
Train car and baggage car meet evrrv
train. One valise allowed each passenger,
Kaggage transferred from all points in the
city for an cents.
TIIK ABIIHVII.I.B HTHIIBT BV. CO.
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Kallroad tickets Imught, sold and ex
changed. All transactions gusranlced.
C. P. KAV,
Ticket Broker, OpHislte gwannanoa Hotel
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CIIICAtlO.MILWAIIKHIt At AT. PAUL
AND NOKTIIIIKN PACII'IC K. M'g.
Throuuh I'ullmsn Weeping Car leaves Chi
caifo 111111.V at 0..10 p. m.
I'or at. ram ami Minneapolis.
" Pnriio. North linkotn.
' llrlma nnd llutle, Montana.
" The Yellowstone Park.
MiMiknne Fall, nnd Tacoma.
llorllMlltl. I Irrlfflf.
Heat Kontc to nealll. and all North Padflc
The Hcrnlc line 10 vainnrma, via .-urimnu
and Ihe Hhasla Koiite.
Tii.iiiia on anir evervwnerr.
I'or information aiiiily to any Agent, or
address A, V. 11. vasi'kstks, tirncrai r-ns-senvrr
Agent, Chli-nito, III., nr II. C. nsAOV,
noutnern rawmaH naoii, uu.,.,iini
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
A.enLfnr Heema Creek Woolen Mill.
Nneth Main Asheville, H. C
An active man for each section, gnlnry 7tt
to ttun, to locally ri-preeent a aurcessrul N.
V. Company Incorporated to aupply Dry
tlooils, Clothing, Hhoea, Jewelry, etc., to con
aiimera at cost. Also a Lady of tact, salary
t0. to enroll memlters (an.ooo now enrolled
snd eioo.mm pain ini. -.ririrn..
ed. Ilmplre Co-0iersllve Aaaaoclatlon, (end'
It well rateaj i.ovb hob o.w, n. a,
janiit dly Tu.
The Pen-file PnlWr with ita anncimia
for the cntcrtmiimcnt of hunrdrra from now until September 1st. Tcrina given on application. Children under fifteen year
of ngc nut ndinittcd. . , , .
Aa n school for the thorough ctlucntion nnd refined culture ul girls nnd young Indies, this Institution hna no autiertor in thia
sectiun nf the country. It furnishes rare ndviintngea in Music, Art, Lur.gunge, Literature und Science. Pupils have every
comfort found in 1111 elegant home. Charges nre low lor the fine advantages given. For catalogue or nny miurmntiou
wanted, address PROF. B. E. ATKINS, A. P. College, Asheville, N. C.
PatACt SxiAMiaa. Low Rath.
Vour Trip, par Waak Batareea
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
taruu. Sault sta. Maria, and Las.
Bums Way Porta,
MT Waak Daj BatvrMn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
SpttUl laaSay Trip. 4.Ha. J.M, J. IT. 4 a..
Doubla Daily Una nalwaan
CHICAGO ANO 8T. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUR I LLU STR AT C D PAMPHLCTa
aA.nd Bzenralnn Tlokala will befurnlahvd
br your Tlokm Amt. or sildreM
t. . WHITC0MB, 0. P. A., OlT-oir. M.tn. ,
Detroit and Oleveland tt.am Nav. Co.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
p. o. Bex P.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
THE FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 4.
n uhUi'muhM nf .liiriv I ' I M ..ll'f, I
Philosophical, Literary. Hrlenlliic.
ntlCCiai COUnH-B III VM.-HH-W j, .-,
Ki-t-ic Unulnifrin. l'hurniacv. and other
studies. ... . j. .
Mcprste school or i.aw anu nicnicinc,
.hntf atudenta mav attend the Vnivcraity
HON. KBMP P. DATTLB, LI.. I).,
President, Chapel Hill, N, C.
Female - - - Institute
Unsurpassed In thorouuhness of Instruc
tion, hriilthfulucaa ami Unuty of locution,
apiiointmcnla lor comfort, moral inllucncc.
Terms rrnsonnlile. Kcv. L. W. Moore udilcd
to the Faculty. Order cutnluguc.
BUGGIES, CAHRIAGES, BIACKSMITHINO.
to inrnuim. ui npiiv.,,,. .......
,., th.i m .hiiiAMiCuHrn
street, nest to Wuoilliury'e atnlifes, I am liet
ter prepared than ever to do work In my line.
wagon., -illKfOCP anu vMiima-" .,,-..--
need. Kepairing and horae-shoelng are aM
ciailiee, anu pvni-v.
My worsmen mwv r.ivncinni u
IJT cnarges arc moucra-c. ..
novas d Bl RNItTTB.
Chicago & Alton U.K.
PASTB8T KOUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST?
Aahrvllle tn Kenans City In 87 hours.
Aahrvllle to llenvee In (It houra.
Aaheville to Han Frnncieco, California, and
ortlnnd, Oregon, in It data.
Hnliil Vestlliulcd Trnina HI. Louis to Kan,
ana City. Reclining chulr car free.
For lull information van uu or w
B. Aa Ncwlaild,
Dlatrlet Passenger Agent,
No. 1U I'stlou Ave., Asheville, N.C.
J. CHARl.TllN, tl. P. A., Chicago. III.
PlTTTTfiW w- ' Dosslas Rhee are
LAUIIUI1 warvanlea, ana. every pair
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMIN.
vi.. r ir ... I..J Waiamaf flea Is.
TM .seellme. ut WMrlns qualities off Ihta aho.
easnot b. boiler ahnwn than by tha atrons adone
ments or lis ibouaanda of oonalsnt waarsra
s0 Oeoslo. Handaewed, an eieeani ana
O .tyllah arena ahoo wlilcb enmnieiida llaelf.
tAMI llast-a.wed W.ll. Hue osli iwe
uneuiiall-d f.ir style snd durshlllty.
an ..oooreae wr. . w. w w
S Bhoa, at . popular price. ... .
adM Pellremsu's Hkoe la aapeelslly dsltad
9 sr nllnwl man, farm.ra, etc.
All mod. In Oirurraaa, Uutua aad Loea,
nsv. neap vnc-n 1.-1.1.17 mT,.", -u
snd ths lament Imnmvem.nU mske Uu stlpwlor
a. an ahnea anld at Uieae prloea. .
Aak your iMiaiar, .no ir na eannm avppir r"" wmna
tlraei to rootorr .nrdoaln advaurtlnd prioe, er a
M'tifolA Bnektca. Blae.
FOR RALB BY
53 "j IS5"
well fnrnisliefl bnililinL's. cool, well Blinded,
NBW HOU8UI NBWLV FUKN1SHUU
ALL MODBKN IM PKOVBM BNT8.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 311 Haywood Street,
B. F. P. BRIGHT.
'.IFE ANO ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICE.
Asheville, N. C, April 11, 1MHU.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the 6rra name
of PULLIAM & CO., is this doy dissolved by
mutual consent. The debts dne by said firm
will be paid by Lawrence Pulllam, and the
debts due to said firm will be paid to bim,
and the business continued by him.
D. C. WADDBLL.
To our (introns of the past:
I have this day sold my interest and good
will in the Insurance business In Asheville to
Lawrence Pulllam, who will continue the
business. I bespeak for him a continuance
of vour patronage.
D. C. WADDBLL.
Rome neotile nirree with The Sun's opinlona
aliuut men and thinga, ami some peopli
don't; but everybody likes to get hold of the
newsnnHr which is never dull and never
afraid to speak it. mind.
1 u m 1 ...... , . .now inn, .nr i.mi, rrnn
The Kirn hna fouulit In the front line for Dem
ocratic priudplca. never wavering .ir weak,
cninu in its loyalty to the true Interests of the
party It serves with fearless intelligence and
disinterested vigor. At times opinions have
differed aa to iheliest means of accomplish
ing the common purpoae; it is not. 1 nr
Sun's fault II it has seen further into the miU
stone. Eighteen hundred nnd ninety Is the year
thnt w ill probably determine the result of the
Presidential election of INtcl, and perhaps
the fortunes of the Democracy for the rest ol
the ccnturv. Victory in I Him Is a duly, anil
the iK'Kinnlngof INtlll la the last time to start
out in company wllh The Hun.
Dnllv, a-r month o 50
lliiilv, per year 6.00
Sunday, per yenr J.oo
Daily and Humlny, KT year H.OO
Dnilvand Htinilny.iier month 0.70
Weekly, one year 1.00
Address THK HUN. New Vork.
TO VEAK MEN
uflMa from th. .ffaeU of youthful errors, asrly
oaeay, ws.UniwwknaH, lest manhood. tc. I will
eesl a valushls treatia. Isasledi eonlslulnf full
paetlealsrs for ham. eura, f R EI of charge. A
spundld madleal work 1 abonld be rasd by mrj
mta wbo Is aervous end dabiutaud. Addraao,
rrof. P. C, POVTLER, Hootfu, Coauj.
nnvA datw lv
Wc the andtttnlirncf. hare thin day dhinolved
pnrtnrrahip hy mutual conwnt. All obliKa
tlom not other wine provided for will tc met
by J. II. Weaver. Any accounts due the firm
arc payable to either.
nnnniriii ex nnnvun.
Thil 7th day of May, 1HUO.
Th unilrnilirned have this dnr formed a
copurtniTHhiu under the name nnd Mtylc nl
weavtr v iviycru, ir nv iuritnc ui ttiimuii
tn the shot' buMtmna in nil ita branchca, at
the old nt anu 01 jiermiK ntuvcr, tin rv
ton avenue. I'"in H. Wravhh.
Aaheville, June 0, 1HU0.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mile. South of Aaheville, on A. 8. K. K.
Per Month 4 nn
Per Week IS 00
Per Day a 00
Dinner and Tea I'urtlcs on oncday'snotice,
Tho. A. Morrla, Prop.,
aprlOdtf Ardea, N. C.
Apply to ua during the Incoming week to
rent the Hock Uunrry on the opposite side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINB TKNBMHNT HOUBBft
near by. A good rock man can get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
ATLANTIC COAST LINB
nn mm after this date the followlne ached
ulea will be run over Ita "Columbia Invlaion."
No. 58 Leavea coltimma o.uo p. ro
Arrives at Charleston 0.80 p.m.
No. S3 Leaves Charleaton 7.10 a. m
Arrive. atCnlufnbla........ll.A6 a. m
Connecting with train, to and from all
nnint. on the Charlotte. Columbia at Au
gueta and Columbia ft Greenville Railroads.
T. M. BMRRSON. Oen. Paaa. Afft.
J, F. DBV1NB, Oca, api
irrnssv comnua of seven acre, will be open
mat BIG 22,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 28 PATTON AVE., (Y. M. C. A ROOMS.)
Open dolly, except Bnndaye. from 10 a. m.
untd 1 p. m., and 5 until 7 p.
The term, of subscription are: One year
$3; a mot,, tl.SO; S mos., tl; 1 mo., S0cts.
doily g cu.
Officers for 1HUO President, Charle W.
Woolsey; Vice-Prcident, Tho.. A. Jones; Sec.
and Treasurer, D. B. Watson ; Librarian, Mis
B. J. Hatch.
Cltlscns and visitors are cordially Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their
names as members. JanSodtf
EtiKlUb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,;
No. 40 French Broad Arenac.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por ninny veara A Mod ate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Inntitutc, Baltimore.)
AiHiHtrd by corps of com pen tent teacher.
A m.con d hand mnnrv aaie and one nalr
plaUoriu cnlci. Umiuire of
Or KELLY & STRACHAN,
The World Famoui, nnequaled, nncxcclled,
durable and bcautlul
Are recommended by the beat artiaU. Com
and exiimine our goods before buying clae-
wh.re nt No. 87 I'atton avenue. Tuning
and repairing a iwcliilty.
0. M. WILLIAMS ft CO.
tlv virtue nf the direction! contained In the
will of Mm. V. H. M. Chauman. deceaaed, the
undi'miKiictl, her executora. will acll at public
nale nt the Fnrinrra1 Warrhouae In Aaheville,
N.C.,on Tut'uday.the Oth day of Aunat neil"
ut l'i o'clot'k in., the peraonal proierty of
anld deceaaed, and her houachold and kitchen
lurniturc, cunaiatinR principally of tnree bed
room acta, one dlninjc room act, parlor, ait
tinK room, hull furniture, picturea and book a,
and other thina uauully found In a houac
hold. Tcrma CAH11.
By virtue of aaid will the tmderaljrned exe-
cutora will aell acll at private aaJe that
valuable lot iHionKintf to aaid deceaaed on
Haywood atrcet, iidjofnlnn the old Chapman
home ulace. and the lot uoon which aaid dc
ceHMd formerly realdcd oppoaltc tha resi
dence of A. T. Hummey. liaq.
ror iuii pnriii-uiani ma acvcnpuoa appiy
to either of the underalu;ned.
Term a One, aix and twelve m on tha credit (
bond and approved aecarity required of tha
purennaer, anu uear inxereacTrom a ay 01 aaie.
This the 14tb day of July, lHtHl.
P. C. Kohkhtb. Kxecutora
T. II. Conn,
Of V. 8. M. Chapman, deceased.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SUSON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the very best this moan
tain country can afford. Tern reasonable
aa possible to make them. Billiards, pool,
bowling alley, ball room, music, etc.
F. A. MILES. SI.