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ASHE mUM DAILY CITIZEN: EKIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1890.
A troublesome akin disease
I caused me to scratch for ten
' months, and has been cured bv
few days use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff,
Upper Marlboro, AM.
I was cured several Tears ago of
white swaMac In cry leg fiy the use of
8. 8, 8., and have had do symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and ail
failed, but 8. 8. S. did the work.
Paul, W. Kirkpatriok,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Disease
Bwift Specific Co.,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
p. O. Boat as7 la Hendry Block.
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ititicc om J. U. Law's Store, South Main
" With ku. S()c.
Pilling with tilver or amalgam... .50c. to7c.
" " gold $1.00 and upward.
Set ot teeth ).(.
Beat Kt of teeth 8.00.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, n. c.
Will practice In the 10th and tilth Judicial
Dlatrict. of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court and the Pcdrral Court of the
Weatera Dlatrict or North Carolina.
j iiko. p. Davidson, Tho.. A. Joh,
Kaleigh. Jia. G. Mahtin, A.tcyille.
AVIDSON, MARTIN JONU8,
Attornev. and Counaellora at Law,
Aaheville, N. C.
Will practice in the 11th and lath Judicial
Dlatrict., and in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Courts of the
Weatern Dlatrict of North Carolina.
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Teeth extruded without pain, with the new
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Mining property laveetlgated, developed,
bought ana .old.
Samples can be lent by mall or exprr... If
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DR. H. C. W0LTCRBCK,
pot" dAtwlv M.nwr.
merino rebuutm ca trumuL
nam m sisia
(Succcuors to Baird at Sector.)
No. as North Main Street,
Have a Aall stock of everything to be need In
tannics In the way of eatables. All freehand
of best quality. Ws ask our Mends and the
public generally to cal and see ua. SatU'ae
tlon guaranteed, All good, delivered la the
city limits. Fresh country product a spe
la T If
a at a
OSTRICH AND BILL NYE,
A HIGHLY HOW-SCIENTIFIC
Her Name Was Patience She
Was Glad Death Had Called
Mr. McClaiumv'a Awful Threat
And How Heed Took It.
By Bdwnrd W. Nye, once of Aahevllle.
Abou Ben Pangborn, of Watermelon,
township, Congo county, had a young
filly ostrich which wanted to set in the
summer of 79, and he did not wish to
have her to do so, as he had sold the set
tins; of eggs to a Sabbath school for Eas
ter. So be tied her by the hind leg at a
kraut of a neighbor twenty-eight. and
three-qunrter miles away. The chain
was attached to her limb just below the
calf of the limb, the other end being fas
tened to the root of abamburrowallispus
tree which grew near the kraal.
When the desire to set comes over the
female ostrich she cannot overcome it
anv more than a walking delegate can
She yields to it and becomes its willing
slave. You cun play on ber with a fire
department, or tie a red rag to her over
skirt, but you cannot quench her desire
to occupy a sedentary position.
That was the way with this young
thine. Her name was Patience. She
had already sat several weeks on a pine
apple cneese, ana, asiac irom giving it it
rich home flavor, she could not detect
uny progress toward hatching out a
wholesale grocery store.
So one dav a ercat lonsine to net back
to her own nest, twenty-eight and three
Quarter miles away, came over her. sue
lust control of herself. Her mother na
ture asserted itself in a brief ejaculation
such as the female ostrich makes when
suddenly confronted by a great mental
problem. In her mind's eye she saw
those Sabbath school children blowing
the interior out of her buce and lutcy
handiwork, and then decorating the ex
terior with lilies, etc., and tying ribbons
to them, and 1'ntience arose and gtraea
up her loins aud gave a great kick that
bursted the perphiray of the kraal and
tore down the bamburrowalhspus tree,
and, with the chain and a prong of the
tree root, together weighing thirty-seven
pounds, sue trotted across to ner nome,
bv actual confutation, in sixteen min
utes and twenty-two seconds, though
Abou Ben Pangborn made it a little short
ot that with his new stop sand glass.
Patience thus made a record of at least
a mile in 33 seconds, carrying thirty
seven pounds attached to the calf of her
Death wss Welcome,
Prom the Detroit Free Prea..
Some years ago Amelia Simpson, a
maiden lady of mature years, moved into
a New England village to take possess
ion of a small property that had been
left, her by a deceased uncle.
Miss Simpson wus a city spinster, and
it hnDnened that while moving into her
new home she made some derisive re
marks about the village, which remarks
reached the ears or the villagers.
It was before the days of boycotting,
but the spirit of that method existed,
and so unanimous were the leennirs ex
cited against the newcomer that not a
soul in the village called noon ber.
The lady withdrew herself from com
munication and lived alone with a fe
male servant for a score of years. At
the end ol that time she was taken very
ill. A Joctor was summoned, but it only
remained for him to tell poor Miss Simp
son that her earthly pilgrimage was
nearly over. He was a doctor 01 tne old
school, and be approached the subject
"Madam," he said, in a grave, delib
erate voice, "I have done all that 1 poa
sibly can do in your case to insure re
turn of health, but without avail. It
only remains lor me to inform you that
dentn has called.
Poor Miss Simson raised herself on
ner pillow witn a smile ol tntistaction
"Show him up," she said with shining
eyes. "1 have lived in this place for
twenty years, and be is the hrst caller l
And she sank bnck with a peaceful look
on ner composed leatures.
McClammy'a Awful Threat.
Amos J. Cummlng..
Mr. Springer undoubtedly annoys the
SKHker, but Mr. Rogers, of Alabama,
seems to make him wild. A story illus
trative of this fact is told:
One day when the thermometer marked
100 degrees in Washington, the speaker
was sauntering through a democratic
nisic wnen nc wns approached by Mr.
McClnmmy, of North Carolina. Mo
Clnmmy looks like a horse-hair endowed
with life. He is the thinnest member
south of the Potomac. His tariff speech
was an opal of eloquence. Upon meeting
the speaker in the aisle he said, so the
"1 want you, sir, to recognise me for
the purpose of calling up a bill. If you
don't do it, you'll be sorry fur it."
"Uut," drawled the speaker, "your ut
tern nee is in the nature of a threat, and
tnnt won t do."
"Makes no difference," Mr, McClammy
replied; "you'll be infernally sorry , You'll
oc dumncu sorry."
"What do you mean?" the speaker
asked, wltn a lurid light in his lert eve.
"I mean just this," McClammy replied.
"If I don't get recognition and get my
;ni tnrougn tne nouse, i m sure to lose
the renominntion. The people of my
district will then take care of you.
i nev ii sena a man nere wno'ii tie a tuun
dcrin' sight worse than Rogers."
i nat settles it," the great man from
Maine is reported to have said, "You'll
be recoirnucd. McClnmmv."
And the Hon. Charles W. McClammy.
oi ocoit s tiui, still awaits recognition.
Killed bjr Trl turnings.
"What kind of trimmings will you
have on the casket f " asked the under
taker, addressing the widow.
"None whatever. A nlnin casket. It
was trimmings that killed him."
"Yea, sir. Delirium tremens." Boston
t'aernl Kind or Mao.
Mabel That uncle of yours teems
cold blooded man.
Fred Well. I guess I A mosnulto died
of pneumonia from biting him took a
chill, don't you know ? f he Bostonian.
It'll Come Off.
There are Drools to whom a kick la not
half so painful at to be ignored. Mil
Great men don't strut, but the little
men who have been told that they look
like them do. Atchison Globe.
No man is a hero to his vnlet. but once
in a while there is a man who is a gentle
man to his wife, Terre Haute express.
Mlt.ll 1IIUUC III uuu " " "K- miiu h 1 1C
majority of men are more in love with
the image than the original, Boston
M 1- I- I- I- Ihm I At..
If yon offer your hand to some fair maid
A. to wediling, perhapa ahe'll acoff,
But If yon offcrlt to a buaa .aw
The aflalr's likely to come off.
Philadelphia Times. I
A SEPTUAGENARIAN HERO.
A Man Over Seventy Tears Old Save, a
liny from Drowning.
Tuesday night, about 0 o'olonk, the
gUBBta at the Avery house, Mount Clem'
ens, who-tlironged the pleasant veran-
dna of that hotel, were startled by cries
that proceeded from the banks of the
Clinton river, about 300 feet distant
Instantly there waa a rush toward the
river, and It was found that two boyi
were floiindorUig In the water. One,
who seemed to be about 18 years of
age, managed to scramble out, but the
other, apparently 8 yean old, waa tin
able to get anhoro and seemed In dan.
ger of drowning. A crowd of men stood
on the doek wutohtng the boy's effort),
but none appeared to know what to
do In the emergeney, and it waa evi
dent that none knew how to swim, as
no move to Jump after tlio boy was
mode. The little follow wns beoomlng
exhausted and was just on tho point of
sinking when a white haired man
poshed his way through the crowd,
asking what was the matter.
"Tho boy Is drowning," replied one
of the rattled onlookers.
The newcomer took In the situation
at a glonoo. His glossy silk hat oaine
off and found a resting plane In the
dust without the observance of the
slightest ooromony. Next his blaok
broadcloth coat waa flung In a heap.
Then the tall, well knit form shot up
In the air and came down In the dark
water with a splash. The boy had
sunk from view and It was feared he
was lost. The white haired old man
dived like a pearl fisher. Every second
of Ida disappearance seemed on hour,
and tho spectators feared that both had
sunk to rise no more.
Just at tho height of their anxiety
the water parted and the rescuer and
resetted appeared on the surface. With
a few sturdy strokes tho life saver
brought the boy to the shore and both
wore pulled out. The brave old man
waa none the worse exoept for a
thorough wetting, and the boy, after
getting the water out of his mouth,
began to bawl loudly and started on
run for home. It appears that the
boys were brothers, and that the older
had been teasing the younger by push'
tng him toward tho water. He had
pushed a little too tmtoh, and the child
had slipped In, but pulled hit tor-
mentor In also.
The hero of the affair waa as modest
as brave, and simply laughed when
congratulated on his feat. It was
learned that his nanio la Robert Gun
yon and that he Is a wealthy business
man of Milwaukee, The surprising
feature of the whole affair is that Mr.
Ounyon Is 78 years of age. That foot
makes hit accomplishment a wonderful
one. Although he has reached that
ripe ago, he It still halo, hearty and
vigorous, and will no doubt live to save
mora lives. He Is an expert swimmer.
Cor. Detroit Free Press.
A Fl.rtnlt In a Naw Torh flnt.l.
The census hot brought out tho fact
that a man can live In a Now York
hotel for ten years and never speak to
any one or enter Into any communica
tion with any one except 'at to the
commonplace affairs of eating and
drinking. This champion hermit Uvea
at the Grand Union hotel, and It
known at Unlley. That Is nil that Is
known about him. There was a state
ment printed that tho census man had
skipped that hotel, and In writing to
the supervisor to say that the story
wns untrue, and that the enumerator,
with the assistance of the clorks, had
made every effort to secure the proper
Information as to nil permanent real'
dentt In the bouse, tho proprietor, Mr.
Garrison, added tliat there waa ono
man called Bailey who, to the best of
hit knowledge, had not tpokon a word
to a Ili-lag soul tiuot he first came to
live at the hotel, ten yoara ago, and
from whom It had been bupossible to
obtain any answer to the questions.
There has been a story told of another
similar bonult who used to live at
large down town hotel, but that ono
did talk oocaslonslly. New York Sun.
Charming Away Dlaeaa.
A ludicrous custom It still followed
In Hindoo households of Bengal. The
lust day of Falgoon, that fell on March
12, was observed In worshiping Ghantoo,
the god of Itches and tho disease of
tlie skin which afflict the native. Very
early on the morning of this day the
mistresses of the fajnllio, ohanging
their nocturnal attire, put uselcas
blaok earthen vessel outside the three
hold of their bnck door with a hand
ful of rice and uiasoor dal, four oowiios
and a pleou of rag smeared with tume
ric. Wild flowers appearing In tills
season called Ghantoo fool are of
ered In worship. Tho young boys of
tlie fatulllu stand hi a semicircle be
fore tlio iulatrean with cudgels In their
When tlie oonohes are sounded by
the fetnal worshipers, as tlie signal
ot th poojah being over, tho boy
break th vossol Into atom Tb
mirthful children, in their anxiety to
strike th first blow, sometime bruise
the Angers and hands of the matron.
Tho piece of rag I preasod over the
door of tli house In lenona, In th
evening of tlie day th boy of th
lower order of tlio village ting th
tongs of tli oooaalon hi ononis from
door to door for pi. Bengal Letter.
Th custom of lifting th hat had Ita
origin when It was eustomary for
knight never to appear In publks aa
eept In full armor. It booam tho cus
tom, however, for a knight, upon en
tering an assembly of friends, to remove
hit helmet, signifying, "I am safe ta
tho presence of my friends."
ttrucs tlx Time, by Lightning.
There Is an old three story tenement
house In Randolph, Mas., that 1 known
tho country round a th "llghtbonee,"
This house hit been struck by lightning
Is timet since 1BH9, and thrice partly
burned. Yet no on of the numerous
tenant ha ever been killed, although
the current ho traversed the house I
Alfferent way each time. Boston Globe,
A Datarailswd Man.
Johnson Whan are you going to paint
that fence for me, Uncle Raetusf
Uncle Rastus Well. tan. I reckon m
do it Saturday, if do Lewd wilUn'l ft
If jpot, do l Monday, anyway, aaah,
ALMOST REACH THE SKY
HEIGHTS OF THB MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT IS WELL WORTH
A Table or the Altitude of Weat
era Nortu Carolina Mountain
Tbat Everybody Will Want.
Below will be found a list of the differ
ent mountninsof Western North Carolina
with their several altitudes. The meas
urements are from Arnold Guyot. The
list is as follows :
VALLEY OK TUB 8WANNANOA,
Bug. ft. above ecu.
I unction of Mat Creek with Swan
nanoa Kiver z.Uou
Joseph Stepp's house 2,30H
tiurnett's house , 2,423
Lower Mountain nouse lease
Stepp's floor of piazza 2,770
w. fatton's cabins end ol car
riage road 3,244
(testing riace urook uchmd last
log cabin S.OftTi
Upper Mountain house 6,240
Ascending to loeKiver Uup pas
sage main branch above
IN TUB 1U.UE KIUGB,
Toe River Can between Potato
Top and High Pinnacle 5,188
High rinnncle ot Ulue Kidge 5,701
Kockv Knob's south peak 5,300
Big Spring on Rocky Knob 5.U8U
urey Heard o,K
BLACK MOUNTAIN MAIN CHAIN,
Stepp's Gap the cabin
Mt. Hallback, or bugarloat
Black Borne, or Mitchell's high
peak, or llingman ol Mute
Balsum Cone, Guyot of Stute
Black Brother (Sandoz of State
Rocky Tail Gap
Bear Mt. North Point
Long Ridge South Point
Bowlen's Pyramid North End
Blackstock's Knob 6,380
Yeatcs' Knob 5,075
CANBY RIVHK VALLEY.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson's
hiehest house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,110
Wheeler s opposite Biu Ivy Gnu.. 2,042
Cattnil Pork junction with Co
ney Kiver. 2,873
aandofor Gap, or Low Gap sum'
mit ol road 3,170
Burn.villc Court-house siiuare... 2,840
orcen Mountain near uurnsviue.
highest point 4,340
GROUP OP THE KUAN MOUNTAIN
Summit of the road from Burns-
ville to Toe river 3.130
Toe River Ford on the road from
Bumsville to Roan Mountain, 2,131
Baily's farm 2.370
Ungg s bouse, foot of the Koan
Mountain valley ol Little
Rock creek 2.757
Yellow Spot, above Brigg's 5,158
Little Yellow Mount highest 5,106
The Cold Spring summit of Roan 0,132
brassy Kidge ball northeast con
tinuation ol Koan Mountain.. u,2:iu
Roan High Bluff. 6,206
Roan High Knob 6,306
FROM UL'MNsYILLB TO GRANDFATHER
South Toe River Ford 2,532
Toe River Ford, near Autn-y's 2,547
North Toe River Ford, below
Blue Ridge head of Brushy creek. 3,425
Linvilte River Ford, below hcuJ of
rlrushv creek 3.207
Linville River, at Picrcy's 3,607
Headwaters of Linville and Wa
tauga River, foot of Grand
Grandfather Mountain summit
Watauga nver at Shtill's mill
PROM Bl'RNSVILLB TO TUB IIALD MOUN
TAIN OltSER VATIONS MAIIB IIY PRO
FESSOR W. C. KERN, OF DAVIIIKON
COLLBG8 COMPUTED IIY ME.
Sampson' Gap 4,130
Ugypt Cove at Promt's 3,320
Wolfs Camp Gnp 4,350
Bald Mountain summit 6,550
VALLEV OF TUB hid IVEV CREEK,
Dillingham's house below Yeute's
Knoll, or Uig uutte z.fttiR
Junction of the three forks 2,270
Aolmnon Carter house 2,215
Stocksville at Black Stock's 2,210
Mouth of Ivey River, by railroad
FROM ASIIKVILLB TO MOUNT I'UWjAll.
A.licville Court Imna 2.350
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,002
Hominy Cove at Solomon Dnvict'. 2,642
Little West Pisgah 4,724
Great Pisgah 6,757
niO PIGEON VALLEY.
Forks of Pigeon, at Colonel Cnth-
Bast fork of i'igeon.at Captain T.
Wnynctville court house
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
at lames H. G. Love's.
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek below Hill's..
CHAIN OF THB RICHLAND BALSAM,
Richland, between Richland creek
and the west fork of Pigeon
creek nnd at B Medford's
B. Medford't farm, foot of Lick-
ston l mountain.,,,.,..
Deep Pigeon Gnp
Cold Spring mountain
Double Spring mountain
Richland Balsam or Cancy Pork
Spruce Ridge Top
CHAIN OF WRSTBNBR't IIALD.
Wrstener Bald north peak 6,414
0RBAT MttlLLK CHAIN OF IIALtAM MOUN
TAIN IIKTWRRN SCOTT' CREEK
AND LOW CREEK,
Gnot Plott't farm north foot of
Old Field Mountnin 6,100
Huckleberry Knob 6,484
linos Plott't Balsam first Bal
sam, north end 0.007
one' Balsam north point 0,223
South end 6,055
Rock Stand Knob 6,002
Brother Plott 6,246
Amos Ptott's Balsam, or Great
Rocky Face 0,031
White Rock Ridge 5,528
Black Rock 5,815
Panther Knob 5,350
ferry Knob 5,020
VALLEY OF SCOTT'S CREEK,
Road Gap, head of Scott's creek...
John Brown's farm
Dry son's farm
John Love's farm
Webster Court House
VALLBY OF TUCKABKEGEB AND TKIIIULTA-
Tuckascege river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to Qunlla-
junction ol Suvnnnuh creek 2,001
Junction of Scott's creek 1,077
guallatown Main Store 1,070
Soco river, ford to Oconaluf'tce 1,000
Soco Gap road summit 4,341
Amos Plutt's furm on Piueon 3.084
uconaiuitee nver, junction Hrud-
icy lorK 2,203
Robert Collins' hiuhest house 2.500
junction ol Kuven's und Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN OP THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
PROM NORTHEAST TO 80UTH WEST
FROM TUB HOUND OF HAYWOOD
COUNTY TO THE GAP OF LIT
The Pillar, head of Straight fork
of (X-onaluftee nver 6.255
Thermometer Knob 6,157
Knven's Knob 6.230
Tricorner Knob 6,188
Mt Guyot, so named by Mr. Buck
ley in common 6,630
Ml. Henry 0,373
Mt. Alexander 0,447
South Peak 6.299
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral peak 5,907
Thunder Knob 5,082
Laurel Peak 5,922
Reiuhardt Gap 5.220
Top of Richland Ridge 5,492
Indian Gao '. 5.317
Peck's Peak 6,232
Kighthund or New Gap 5,096
Mt. Mingus 5,694
CROUP OF BULLHEAD, TENNESSEE.
Central Peak, or Mt.Lecompte 6,012
West Peak, or Mt. Curtis 6,508
North Peuk, or Mt. Stafford 6,535
Cross Knob 5,921
Master Knob 0.013
Tomahawk Gup 5,450
aium Luve 4,971
Alum Cave creek, junction with
Little rigcou Kiver 3,848
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Road Gap 5,271
Mt. Collins 6.188
Collins' Gap 5,720
Mt. Love 6,443
Cluigmnn's Dome 6,000
Alt Uuckley 0.599
Chimney Knob 5,588
llig Stone Mountain 5,014
Hig Cherry Gap 4,838
Corner Knob 5,240
i-orncy Ridue Peak 5.087
Snaky Mt 5,105
Thuuderhead Mt 5,520
hpence Cabin 4,910
I urkey Knob 4,740
0HJ8um Gup 3,840
.-tortn Uultl 4,711
The Great Bald's central peak 4,922
South Peak 4,708
Tennessee River at Hardin's 890
Hill House Mt., summit road to
Montvalc Snnncrs 2.452
Montvale Springs, Tennessee 1,293
The Dally CltUeu.
Is always alive to the interests of
Ashcville and its people.
Is the most popular advertisine me-
uiuiu m iuriu uruiuiu.
.1 : : x' . i. i :
Is read bv a greater number of people
than any other secular paper in the
It alwayt filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day.
Boarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citukn.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
ukn a general favorite.
No retuil merchant ever made n great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizen nays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
Real Estate Agent.
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST., (A D. COOPERS' 8T0RE.)
Real Batate bought and .old at mihllc anil
private .ale. Rent, collected. I conducted a
Keul Hatate and Auction uuaincne In Chitrlre
ton. H. C. ten veara. and will alve tiromut
attention to all bualnea. put in my charge.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. m.
Car leaves Square for all point, on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule cars connect at Square.
Train car and baggage car meet evenr
trala. One valiae allowed each paaacngcr.
Baggage tranaferred from all point. In the
city for 35 cent..
THB AHII8VILI.B BTRKBT RY. CO.
AailKVILLR, N. C, July AO, 1NDO.
We the umlcratinied have thia tlaydiaaulvcd
eniartnenihl by mutual convent, J. C
llrown rctirtngand taking the tin aiHlpiotnh-
Ing liualnraa In room umlcr .tore, and l nnu
W. Thru.h taking the entire atork in .tore,
and will aaaume payment of all debt, clue by
the Arm and will collect all account, due .aid
Arm, J. C. IIkown,
THAU W, TIIMA.II,
The underpinned will continue to carry
Crockery. Htovea, HouMfurnlahlng (lootla,
ic, la all their branches at the anine aland.
1 IIAU 1 IIKA.II,
The unriPi-alimcd will conduct a general tin
ning and plumbing buainea. in bnactnent In
ail nranenra. All onier ,tir wura, icu in .w
will receive prompt attention.
J. V. NRunih
Alan entrance on College street.
Some people agree with The Run'a opinion.
don't but everybody like, to get hold of the
nrwaunper which la never dull and never
rnld to aiieaa it. mino.
iiemot-rAtt. know that for twentv year.
The Hun hae fought In the front line for Iirm-m-rntle
nrludnlra. never waverina or weak
ening In Ua loyalty to the trurlntrrrat. of the
party It acrvca wun icnrieM imcniKrni-w hiiu
dl.lnterrated vigor. At time, opinion, have
dlncrcd as to the beat meana of accomplish
ing the enmmon purpose i it I. not The
Hun', fault If It ha. eeca further Into the miU
.tone. . . . . . .
Ktahteen nunnren ann mnrtj i. tne year
that will probably determine the reeultof the
I'realdrntlal election of lntlii, and perhapa
the fortune, of the Democracy for the reat of
the century. Victory In I Ha la a duty, and
the beglnnlngnf 1HIIII la the heat time to a tart
out In company with The Sun,
Dally, per month O.SO
Pally, per year t,oo
Sunday, per year e.oo
Dally anu nunnay, per year... , cwv
Dally and Sunday, per month ,. 0.70
Vyeekly, one year 1 .00
Addreee the ivki new vortt.
Says Tlie Southern Medical
"Mother's Friend" is growing in favor
throughout the South and is highly rec
ommended by physicians. We consider
it inciispunsuble to tnose wno know tncy
must pass through tuc ordeal ot child-
Write Bradfield Reculator Company,
Atlanta, Ga., for purticulurs. By all
MICRO UK KIIJ.KK 1h
the moHt wonder! ul met!
k'int', .8 hecuuHi It nun
never fulled in any In
Htancc, no matter what
the (lineitrie. tram Uil
ROSY to the Bimplertt
aiNCRftc Known to the mi
ni nn Ytttem.
The cicntific men of
to-flny claim nnd
prove that every Ulttf
Caused by Microbe
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
Rxtermlnntcn the Microhm nnd drives them
out of the HVHtem. and when that In done
you cannot hnve un uehe or piiMi. No mut
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of Malaria Fever or a combination of din-
catteR, we cure them nil at the Binne time, an
wc treat all UUeuHet contitituuot ully.
Asthnm, Cinisutuption, Cntunh, Itron
cnitts, KM'uttmtism, tuumy uiul Uvcr
Disease, C hills n ml v v vvr, cnuiic
Troubles, in till its Utrms, ana. in met
every Disvuse known to the Human
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See that our Trnde-Murk (same as above)
apicart on each jug.
Send for hook "HUtory of the Microbe
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novlT dlv tu Iri ua
Female - - - Institute
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