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ASHEVILLE DAIL Ctti: , SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1890.
rWs Your Blood?
I hnd a malignant lircnkiniroiit on r.i"
log bclciwlhe kniu, ami vii ciivi 1 iiiiun '
and well wiili two nii.l n .i'- l. ! n-p ui
8. 8. 8. Other blmxl mH,n: :
od to do mo iniy (jiuxi,
Wiu. C, Buati, Vorlnl!'.". i.
I wits troubled from clilldliixxl widt
nn apjrraviitl cose of Tettur, awl llm.o
bottles of B, 8. 8. cured inn purnm
Muurwlllo, I. T.
Our onofc on Blood aud Skin Dlsonscs
nui i led fruu.
Bwiiri hi'icuiFjo Co., Atlanta, Uu.
m l 'jr.fl..' I v
I'ROl'HSSIOXA U CA .'.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. U. Hunt 23;, 14 Hendry Hloclc.
S V E CIALIS T.
ACCOUCiiEdi. ANU GYNaECOLQGl jT,
No. (t. SIMiCCli Si., ASIlliVtU.li, N. C.
N II. Ntil-ii'Hlrilt (talii tMHliir iU':fr wIlll
It rut claMH ro-miM, Imhii'iI mid .i(i.ia-M,(iitfil
A. II. CO 1 Jl J,
A. 7 Ciit AH AM,
OtlHt' -OVt'l J. H. ! IIW'N Slnu Smith iMnill
With it-' rH .
Filling with -' vf ui um:l,;t;il . Ti'v io7.""V.
' ' Kt'l'l '. illlll UpWIIMl.
Kcl lit lee til $r..ii.
iKHl Ml i Ufltl ., $M.UO.
No IkHit lumlv, 11 matur w I1.1t yu i.v.
M. A. NEWLAND,
WW practice In the Huh mul i-th Jmli-int
I lint rii ik (il rl)i Cn I'liuii an-l in ilu mi-lin-iuc
Court tintl I he IYUimI Ci.-.in 01 the
Wi-Htt-ni IMtirii-t i it Nurtli Cnrnhiin.
iiih 1 in
J limi. I''. I'AVII'HnN. Tl'.i.. A. J.Nt.
j.'.lll'llC.t. J.1. O. IAMT!X. '.1t
At lift IMC.
.W Jl'S' -N. MAI I'iN V it jN.-K,
Attormva and L'-miiih 'Ioi M Lciw.
Aaiiv illc, .V t
Will riitU't in the 1 1 tit oiil t'Jili ,iiiiunil
inttrfi tM. n nil in tin hniiumi l"tiirt m 01th
Outoliiin, mid in the I vil'tit! L"ni ui tl.
vhu rn IHrttricl ui Nurtii
Kii.i to Uiiiitc ui xhila. '""''L
J' A. THNNIiNT,
ArcHHcci and Comructor.
t'liniH, HjikvitiealliHiK ntid cHtmuitt Inr
.iI'V.I, All work fn my line en'Mia. -ud I t,
ntd mo eluirut'ti inr druw.nui' n.t mutr:' t
, iw.ir 'ti) mv.
Ki'ivremt vlti n drin d
.i tliiiv: N'n, I 'i Ilcildf' MUu k. t"lll t'Mtt
in", ArtltlVUlt, N.t l'l..-
M. 11. ki i:vi:k. imi.. , 11. k. miii ii.h. h.h.
1r lc CM A: Stuith.
01 i tt i.
fn CunnaHj' iMitinnn;, tt Kedwintd'o Sttrc,
r.'iii"n Ave mi'
Tc'th cfttf Htlfi witlmiii ,'nhi, vlli t lie new
4iiu'M1h tic, nnil nil i'.-i.tci id irrvi;idaii( v h
f&vud. rtil. I 1 -
I- A Mt. V. 0. I-
cmu! f; ...
In Humrtrd huilditli -l-ninuui
ftvctiur ami Mmiii Hire I
Burnt In tny Ltnip without dinner ol
Exploding or taking r)r. Sea that you
got the goiulne. For tale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO..
AKMKVII.I.T' N .
fill! LAHDKHT AMI IlliM' Hyl ll'l'lili l
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABOHATORIt.k
If. C. WoUcm-k &. C.
CONHt'l,TINl L'flhUIHT AKI MININtl KNtllNKKHt.
AnnlyMN nf Metal, Otvu. L'unl t Odte, Mtn
mil Wiiutm. I' riilircn, ti.
iHICH I.IHT (IN APIM.ICATIiiN.
MinltiM prniwrtv inventtii'nti d. flrvrloH'd
ImmimIiI nnd nulil.
Hnnidifi ran I mciii hy mail or rkprr I'
Ni-nl hy enprrdu, ehnr'ff nuttt hr pn pnld
enta wnntril lnev ry pliiec.
1K. II C. WUI.TCMIU K.
nuvft dAcwIv Mtinnucr
diminished Magfc; I "LE or
BRAOFIELD REGULATOR Oil ATt)M
(HmTCmnti llulnl Hi K'.vliir )
No. aH North nialu Nlrcrt,
1 1 11 vv n Dill Ktiii'k nf ivir IIi'iim Id Ik' nnil In
fiinilllm In tin- ny nr. aUili n All Iriuli ami
oflw.t iunllty. Wo nak uur frli tnl nnil the
pulillc itrncrnlly to cull nnil mc u, Hull, nc
lion Kiinrnntci'il. All roimI. ilillvcrcil In I hi
city llnilln. I'nuh country iiruittuv a hk
A WONDERFUL MACHINE.
NOW HKINQ VMKD TO t'OMPILK
A.iioh J. Ciuuiiil.iKH TelUof a Be
markaltli IiikiiiIoum UltofMecti.
hiiIhiii and UlveH ttu IulercHtliiit
Anion J. CimmiliiK".
TI10 iiuiin ci'imiia oflivc ia on 0 atrect.
near the Pension building. The edifice ia
o I brick incl nix stories hiuh. It is here
that the returns are tabulated by apecinl
clnK'ea. Lists of the blind, the dent, the
ilcnnli, iitiipcra, tintl criminal classes are
iiiadc, with ieeial information about
ench. In cninpiliiiK these lints niaehinca
invented by H former employee of the
bureau are used. The system is very in
ycnious. A youii( Indy aita nt n "little
talile iiiiun w hich there is a metal ulale
coniainni); z-hj noics. i nesc imiea arc nil
marked by letters. 11. means hhick;
"M."malci "lin," speaks IvDL'linhi "O
K." free from disease; "(lu." Ku'lty of
uui'Klary; "Wtt. wnlnw or widower,
nccoiiliiiit to the sex, nnd mi on. With
I lie enumerator's special returns before
ucr, i lie' vouiil' iniiv placca a blank card
liciicalh the metal plate. She looks at
the siieci.il return. I heiierson isu iicloo
She shoves a punch thi'iuiKli the hole
imii'kcd It. The person ia a male. She
inmclics the hole marked M, He Hienka
KtiL'lisli. H.ic sends the punch throuL'h
the hole marked lin. lie is free from dis
ease. 1 be punch fjiics through the hole
markeil O. K. lie is guilty ot burglary.
The ilu, bole is punched. When the curd
is removed it apjiearH somclliinc. like the
This card is easily read by exK'rts
Turn it over lo a voiiiik ladv who nailer
stamls I lie system, and she will rend It
John Jones, of Camden, is a black man,
nueil ;IM years, a widower. He was born
in the I'uittd States, and so were his
parents, lie never served in the iirtny.
lie is a blacksmith, nnd illiterate, but
able to speak Hmjlish. He is free from
disease. He was convicted of burglary
by the District Court, and sentenced to
the penitentiary forthrcc venrs. He was
never apprenticed. He is now innkini!
j brick while serving his term in the khi-
A VoNIi:il'TI. MACIIINK.
Il'lhc exiei'l is at n loss to tell the
iiicaiiiiiK ol one of the holes upon the
card she places II upo 1 a key card nnd
the character indicating its mcnuiiu: ap
pears in the hole. As fast as these cards
are punched they arc scut to another
room. Here t be v are placed in tabula
linn machines These are of wonderful
mechanism. Uaeh machine is worked bv
a youiiH man. I'pon the table to his
Iclt thcie is a pile ol punched cards. In
his fro'it you see n commutator orcireuit
closer, bristling with pins. It has n pin
for every hole that micht lie punched in
the cu d. A plate iierforated with holes
to correspond with the pins is beneath
the commutator. There is n hole lor cv
cry pin. A glass case containing a large
timuiier ol imbcntcjrs stnnds back ot the
piaie. i.iicn iiiiiicnior mis a uial nnd
hands like a clock. The oierator places
a piuieiieu card, rescmliliug tlic iliagrum
above, over the iierlorated plate, nnd
puiN the commutator down upon it by
mesMiiu n H'iiai. All tlic puis nre
iirouulu iir contact with thccnril. Where
there lire no holes thev will slop nt the
cud anil go no I art her. Where there
are holes the pins pnss through to an
electrical contact below. Each pill pass
inn ihrouuh a hole closes an electrical
circuit, this circuit controls the hands
"I the dial on the indicator. The unit
hand moves a point to the music of un
ilcclnc hell, and all the iiiloriualion con
vevcil by the holes is distributed and
uguuu.'iud at a touch ol the linger,
IT CANNOT I.IK.
Take the card ilescrilicil above. It
W'.ul'l allow the circuits to Ik.' closed
iliiougli the iilaek indicator, the male in
dicator, the .'l.'t-ienr-ohl. indicator, the
widower, anil the horu-iu-thc-l'nitcd-Scales
iuilicilor, the blacksmith, the
able to s;.c.'ik-Kiiglish, the burglary, mid
ihc three-yiirs iii-ilie-K'uilcnliary indi
cators. A circuit is closed lor every hole
m I he card. At the cud of the day u
check indicator tells how ninny ieraons
have been counted. The while' iudientor
t-. lis how many were white, and the
black indicator tells how many were
black. The mule indicator shows how
many mules, nnd the letnnlc how many
were leinales. The burglarv indicator
tells how many were guilty ol that crime
ami the murder indicator shows how
many have taken the lives of their fel
lows. Other indicators tell how many
were of one ugc nnd how many of all
ot her, the nationality of each, how many
were married, single, widowed or di
vorced, nnd how many were illiterate,
and vice versa. Others tell how many
are of ouv occupation and how ninny of
liach indicator picks out its own fact
from the iroKT hole (ind records it. It
cannot lie. It never calls a blacksmith a
shoe uuiKcr, nor n clergyman n horse
trailer. It never grows tired, and never
gets contused. Il is estimated that the
use ol these machines will save the gov
ernment more limn $01111,11011 before the
work of this census is completed,
As the cards are run through the mn
cliims they urc thrown into an electric
sorter which distributes them according
to their n.culiarities. Just now these
iiiaebims arc employed in tubulating the
b 1 send classes, W hen the rough or gross
count in the Inter-Ocean building is com
pleted lifiO tabulators will be used. The
mimes upon the general schedules will
then be tabulated iiccurding to rare, sex,
birthiiliicc mid u score of other facts. No
wotuier that astonishment is expressed
at the swiftness with which the returns
A I'lne niHllnclloti.
From the New York tlriipttlc.
There is n lawyer with an office In one
of the large buildings down town, who is
fumntia among his Iricnds as a man who
never loses his tcniicr nor allows his
language to stray from the path of pro
priety. He wits dcserntely busy the
other ilny when a female book canvasser
entered liis private ollice, and as she ad
vanced from the door announced her mis
sion, "1 should like to show you a very val
uable work," she began.
"Madam," said the counselor as he
rose from his chair, "you must excuse
mc. 1 am very sorry, but at present I
Kvidcntly the agent had beard some
thing of the kind before, for she didn't
piiosc in her progress townrd the law
"Mtidutn," he repented, "I um engaged
Still the agent cnnie nn.
"Madam, cried the lawyer in despera
tion, "I am engaged, and il you don't go
nwny you will force mc to lie whiil 1
have never been liel'tire guilty of rude
ness to n woman."
That settled the agent. Probably the
very vagueness of the threat ltelicd to
set' her to retreating. Hut like a true
woman ahe hnd the last word nnd acv
ernl of them just of she vanished
through the door,
ot ?..t M u....n.. o t. ...1.1 in ... M I
lady." I I
I Hill b M ntfiiiiiii, niiv .um, A uiii n I
.3. . - J i- .
Hhe 'Was) completely Cured.
A daughter of mv customer suffered
suppressed menstruation, and her health
was completely wrecked. At my sug
gestion she used one bottle of Ilmdfield'a
Fcmnic Regulator, winch cured ner. J
W. Heliums, Water Valley, Miss.
Write Bradrield Regulator Company
Atlanta, Ga for particulars. By all
Tha Popular Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming one of America,
MOST APrKTIZlNO-KASILT DIOKSTtD.
The Van Houtens' process
renders their cocoa easy of
digestion and develops In the
highest degree Its delicious
aroma. It is an excellent
flesh-former, fifty ner tent.
! greater than the best of other
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
SW-VAH HOUTRVS 0000 A ("onm trM.
lw.j. ui ") I. tXt trtttml, pan, Klubl. f
imeoi, ibtcbim, MM4e mm potoaled in
IlollMd, aaa I. to-4ar belter mmu
aura Mlnbla taaa aay afika mor
on liallatloa. In feet, UUf.n.nllr d.
mlttd .1 1 otw EunpaUnd aoompsrstlT. tail
will auityproT.) that Motor Oooos .outl. tola
lav.ntar'. la Mlabllitr, wwbl. tMHini
dhUIIIt. qa.lltlM. LrKBit ul. la tbt
world." Ak lor YAM UOVTXM'S AMP XAU MO
I irrQ UIQTADVi
lU 8mllM nnd Twrnrtj, Bitch It the mum of
iiriH iim np niiiiiUM ud yioom, gituu
BtM Mid aKirrowt lialtM and povrty, haaltk
4ndd Inu. W mxMj Usp4l thm yloom. ba
lah Um aorrnw mh! gmin mkM ttu iokaMt
will or art k a mm, aoaiMror Istnr. Tt, Iwp.
plXr th nam j tmn M nnqalh4i Mini
tnd tuihfrs can b rlifiYtrd thr la Mlm
for Try wound. nd mIammw ham plc4 M
within th rMeh of alL Ther U DorflM
ry that hM provta wfrwt a MMibif m 1i
Tnttt IJnr PI I la. fa malarial lb;Iwml
who Favaraad Afi, nillmu I ! ana
tai7 hmwm prorva aa lnitlii:all boaa. M
a haadrad thoaaand Uvlaf; witnaaaat taaHiry,
SURE ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.'
Price, 25o. Office, 39 41 Park Place, N. Y.
Real Kstate Agent.
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST., (A. D COOPERS' STORE.)
Kcnl H.tntc boitizht nnil .old at public nnd
private sulc. Kcnu collected. 1 conducted n
Real l?tntc and Auetlon bu.ine.. in Charles.
ton, tt. C, ten years, and will give prompt
aueniion to an uusines. put in my cnarKC
Female - - - Institute
1Tn.unin.iui1 In thoroiiKhnesn of Instme.
Hon, henlthfulnc. mid tH-uuty of loention,
iitMHiintnirnt. for comfort, mornl inlluenee.
Term, rcnsonnlile. Kcv L. W. Monrc uddtil
to tlie hneulty. Onler entnloirue.
W. P. DICKINSOM.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS. 26 PATTON AVE.. I Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
UKan dally, except (Sunday a, irom 10 a. m.
until 1 p. mM and A until 7 p.
The trrma of aulincription arc: ttnc ytni
$2; (1 mm., $1.S0; 8 tuna., $1; 1 mo., uOcttt.;
daily -J eta.
ODiccrn lor lhiH I'rcatdcnt, ChaiicH W.
Wnolacy ; Vlif-I'rcaldcnt, Tlion. A. Jonca; Hoc.
and Treaaurrr, II. H. WnlKun; Librarian, Mlrti
K. I llHtrh.
Ciilivna and vial ton arc conllully Invitril
to Inapcvt the CAtiUniruc and laacrihe thrlt
nomea na mrmbrra lanAOtltf
ftii'lfoS la Use.
;':'.-o,',l0. SoldbytUSraggisU Sentlr
Vbia piclua Tttt Ztitow Syrlngo to 11.54
POK 8 ALU II V
RAYSOR Ii SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C
KICIiH I'OH HANI):
On nnn nfter Auizu.t n. 1 Htm. the nrkv of
.nnd will lw: For a two.hornc loud, UAe.,
one-horse lond, inc., net.
II. rUTTXNIIAM, ARt.,
Atkinson Ht I'atton,
IIUNCOMUK IlKICK Tll.ll Co.
ARE THE BEST, 8IMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
Wc claim that these hanger, are cheaper
than any other; are detachable, and any
number can be used per stick ; Insure a uni
form bam of tobacco ; more tobacco can tie
cured per barn ; tobacco brinies better prices;
does not bruiK; stalk Is not cured, saving
fuel and time. Any barn can b used. Sam
ple sent with pamphlet lor S cent, postage.
Inquire for them of your storekeeier or
agent. If they do not keep them send to us.
Price per 1,000, with atlcka, f)s.oo
Price per 1,000, hauirera only 4.90
Mend cash with onler, or good, sent C. O. I)
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'6 CO.
Houttton, Halifax County Va.
TO WEAK JEN
tnntotac from um .Santa of youthful arm, aarlf
daosy. wmum watknan, loaimanhood, .to., I win
sand a lubl. InMlM (aaalad) oontalulnf rail
parUonlar. for bowa ear. FRKaT of ohuga, m
aplwdld madloal work 1 ahould . nui by orwy
sua who Is sarvatu aa4 oaMlltaMd. Addna,
rrasf. V. C, roWUSM, VoikIui, cotua.
aovn dw It
ANBW DKR11, carefully prepared by lead
Inn metnlxrs of the A.heville bar ion
AneHt parchment and heavy flat paper), cor
ertng all neceaaary point., Ju.t out and now
-i- . .H. n. nr ,h. (-.vichm Pu.tj.ul
tan Co., No. e North Cnart BqaM, flaaltti
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON 0!
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Acconttnodationa the very bent thia inoun
tain country can alTitrd. Term a rcuannal-lr
aa poaHllilc to mnkc them. UllliardH. ,pot
bowling nlley. Imll room, muaic, etc.
F. A. MILKS, HI. D.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
ILLUSTRATED III COLORS: a nerhet Work ofarfi
ISO Paaai: Mow ready. Books free, noilana l5o.
AU ISO pp. r.l.hi. Inr ISS0, At Tjlp Dy.fci, TrMWHl.r
TYLER DESX CO., 8T. L0UI6. MO., U.S.
Palaci STCAMtaa. Low FUTie
Four Trlpa par Waek Batwn'ti
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
PttoakayaSault flto. Mart, and Laka
Bumn Wy ForU.
ry Waek Vy Batwean
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
BpecUl Xiinetej TliM tmrtng Jane, Joljf, A tig ml and Se4.
Doubl Dally Llue Beiwean
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICK.
O'JK ILLUSTRATED" PAMPHLfT':
ItatM finr! Ssnunl n IMoke'a will b fn".iuU(U
by your Tlck.'l Afruut, or atld.-i'M
E. B. WHITCOMB, Q. p. A., PfTRrar, Mm,
Ootrolt and Olavaland Staam Nuv. Oo.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO. MILWAt'KRIi V ST. I'Al'I
AND NOKTHKKN PACIFIC K. K'H.
Thnntirh Pnllmnn 81ccpln Cnr lenvea Chi
cko (I tiiiy nt tl.'Mi t m.
l-or en. ram unti Aiiuiii'iipfnia.
" Fnrn, North hiikntn.
llrltnn nnd Itutte. Montana.
The Yilliiv.tt.nc Park.
Spokntie FiiIIk nnd Taconin.
Brat Route to Seattle nnd all Norlh Phi Ilu
The Scenic line to California, vin Portlnml
and the Shan t a Kuutc.
Ticket a on anle everywhere.
1'or inlormalion npnly in any Act-nt, i
ndilreaa A. V. 11. Caiii'Bntkk. t;rtvt..l I'jic
aenKer AKcut, ChicuKo, III., nr It. C. Hhaiii
tiutncrn roaxcnKcr AKvnt. i.ihiikvhic, Ky.
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
SimkI Oiio Dolliir iimi ronow
your HuliHcription at oik-o.
Spofinl ('oiTosixmiloiitH in
every Hcctiou of Western
L W AYS DEMOCRATIC.
In the State.
VALUABLE - BUSINESS - AND - RESIDENCE - LOTS
THE HENDERSONVILLE LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY WILL PUT ON THE MAR
KET FOUR HUNDRED CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS IN THE
BEST PART OF THE CITY, AT PUBLIC AUCTION, COMMENCING
TUESDAY, AUG. 19,
- ATTRACTIONS -
Tlifivwill lie n (IIIAND (JALA WEEK, oiiimonciii-r Tiicsdny, August llMli. The Uif
iiMit (Jim CIiiIik nnd Military ('oinpnnii's of North nnd South (!uroliun will hold their
Intor-StiUo Shoot iiitr Touriiiiiiiont. Th Ilciidersonville Land and Improvement Coin-
inuiy offer -f 100 Cnsli as Prizes, to lie divided as the different Clubs may elect; also one
beautiful residence lot worth .loo in cash to the team lunkiim; the best score.
There will be an old-fashioned HA IUU'.( CIO for the iieoiile
North Carolina ; the largest
summer visitors are lure now
derxonville Land and Improvement Company are niakinn-arrangements to accoinnio
ilate 10,000 pi op!e during,' their lay; land sale. The railroads offer extraordinary low
rates to people at teiidinj;- this occasion. The Hendersonville Land and Improvement
Company offers, to every visitor who purchases one or more lots, to return or refund
their railroad fare, or credit the same on first payment.
This occashn offers to every
week ia the Cearl t'iiy 01 all
lations will be made lor everybody at reduced rates.
The Town of Ilendersonville
it the rossinu of the French
SpnrtanburLV. and 20 miles
Tbe town had a population in ifso oito. it now lias anout .,uww. wiucn win m
rease to 5,000 in two years: but few towns have shown such wonderful increase. The
' mn try around Ilendersonville is the finest fa ruling and urass prowing section in North
'nroliiia. It has near its limits the famous "'Zircon Mine." the only one in America. The
toilston (Sold Mine, is near,
abundance of Fine Iron, Umber, and Manganese Ore is found in the county.
j Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
1 AUGUST 19T20, 21 AND 227
REAL ESTATE ADVANCING!
Since the commencine; of the French Ilroad Valley railroad, and the assurance of its
completion within oiiilit months, "'iving Ilendersonville
Wilmington, .. v., isnstol, leiin.. ami Atlanta, iia., real estate nas inH-ome nnn, and
more transactions have been completed within two months than within any two years
before, l'eople eominjj: troni every quarter nrp charmed with the climate and business
opportunities afforded by this section Ilendersonville challenp,es the South to show as
tinea system ot liKA 1 1 1
Water flowing in all its streets.
The widest and most beaut
"it v. It is the Paradise of the
of the I'nited States, and recommended by Siirueon-IJeneral
This alone makes llciidorsoiivillo pro-cm nicntly the "LAM) Or I llh SI i , ' and the
tome of the health seeker as
hino Shons. and line I'nssenji'er Depot, noariiiu: completion.
and Female College, the City
finest Educational tacilities in the Naith. 1 here are also line I hurches lor all denomina
tions. There are six Hotels ami fifty nice boa rdiiiLV houses. The plans for a $100,000
Intel are now in the hands of
erty. A Street Car system
The Ilendersonville Land
1F0UR HUNDRED BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE L0TS
n the most desirable locality,
uirt of the Maj. .lames Anderson estate (heretofore locked
.J. Ihirker estate, on t Ik following extraordinary terms:
TERMS OF SALE.
One-Fourth Cash, Balance in Kqual Payments of One, Two and
Three Years, with 8 Per Cent. Interest.
The Ilendersonville Land and Improvement Company have faith enoimh in the value
of this property to make this
II any purchaser tiesires, iney win oinignio ineinseives inai,, ni any timo within two
years, they will return the cash purchase money for uny lot sold, with eight nor cent, in
terest on the sn me.
The Company ottering these
ountry. and represents over
dersonville will be pushed to
South. Information can bo
P. E. BUASWELL, President, late of Georgetown, S. C; W. I). BAHNETT, Vieo-Prosi-ent.
lute Cashier National Bank, .Jacksonville, Fin..: (1E0. II. P. COLE. President, Bank
of Commerce; M. 0. TOMS,
WILLIAMS, Treasurer ot
Attorney; F. A. SIIMNEH, (Jonerul Malinger, Asheville, N.
Inquire ot the dilterent Agents tor Excursion Kates, or write to the Manager of the
Ilendersonville Land and Improvement Company.
nu 013 10 wU HcndcreouTillc, N. C
AND CONTINUING FOUlt DAYS.
seen since the completion of
and en route to witness these
business man an unprecedented opportunity to spend a
North Carolina summer resorts.
ADVANTAGES :-: 01
is located on the Asheville
Broad Valley road, now under
from Asheville. and 14 miles from the anderbilt I'alace.
and said to contain the richest
KEMEM5EU THE DATE,
WAlr.K umi, just completed, rure Mountain .spring
Mul avenues and shady drives to be seen in anv Southern
r londa yellow fever patient,
well as the business man. Ilendersonville has uood Ma-
Academy, ami other Public and Private Schools, afford the
an Architect, which will be erected on the Company's prop
is already completed unit proving a lag success.
and Improvement Com puny will
surrounded by the finest residences in the town, being a
inducements is composed ol
$250,000 capital, which makes it a Kuanintoo that Ilen
the position to which it is entitled nmong the cities of the
obtained by addressing any of
Cashier Bank of Commerce; VICTOR L. 11YMAN. Mayor:
Henderson tounty, IN. U.; W.
of the whole of Western
the railroad. Two thousand
urand attractions. The 1 1 en-
li'jV'Aniple hotel accoiuino-
and Snartanburir railroad, and
construction; 48 miles from
ores in North Carolina.
direct connection with
selected by the irovornnient
1 he famous .ludsou Male
up), nnd a part of the Mai.
the best business men of the
the followinir local Olllcers
A. SMITH, Secrjtnry and