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ASH E VTLLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1890.
i . .......
Nature shnuU'. " :
an si s tod In I
spring to throw r1'
ttie slupplsh wluli :
CilUUlStiUO Of lii:
does it no well. .
prompt oroosiil'1 1 ,
I have used B. 8. B. for a mimhiT c '
viwni, nnd rnnBidcr it t!io Ui Kt toiiir a
lilood runiorty that I over used. In fr
1 would mil attempt tn enter upon
tpring or i'i:niiiur t cllmnto wit!
out It. 11. V. C'OI.EMAN,
Of Coleman 1A nrnson it Co.,
i)iulo City, T .
Our Ixxik on lo 1 und Bkln Plscm-i
Swiirr SpBCiFio Co.: Atlanta, da.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
O. Ilox 57, la Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
ifficr over J. H,
He Trie IliHcult Making Bui Falls
MllklMit Ilie Cow on Ihe Wrong
Hide The Town Reared Oar.
Prom Hill Arp' Letter. "
The lorec bill is n l)ig thing, and bo is
the boycott nnd the Alliance, nnd the
primnry elections und the elephant, hut
our cook has quit, nnd that's what's the
matter nt our house. She said she was
tired, nnd 1 reckon she was, nnd I'm
tired, too pitying $10 per month nud
cruuutcs. A cook's month is lour
weeks exactly, and that 'a right, for they
don't understand Iraclinus, so 1 pay
every Saturday night, I pav in silver
nud they like it, und I hiie the Tree coiir
age will begin soon. I do want to lmn
die so me Tree money.
The truth is, I -wanted her to quit.
She is a gooil eook und gets around
lively, but we don't cook near so much
when we have to do it ourselves, and
things last longer. She will have a rest
und we will have a rest and then s.-nd
lor her ugiiin and renew the battle of
I said 1 would cook breakfast, and
my wile said she would cook dinner, nnd
tin? uirls would cook suoncr and wash
dishes nil day, and so 1 got up curly and
tired up tue stove and lined up the tea
kettle nnd put on the hominv as usual.
It had Ik-cd a long time since I made Iris-
mi t, lint a hadn't lost t lie lick, and hud
a liiinilv refutation for beating Delinon-
ico on biscuit. 1 tound the tin cans in
their accustomed ulaees one with soda
mid the other with acid, as I thought
and 1 measured them holli nud mixed
with the Hour. Then 1 got the lard nnd
the milk nud the suit, uud made up the
dough. Well, of course, 1 didn't torget
to wash my hands lirst ol all, nud il they
were nut clean they became so by the
time the dough was made up.
Mv wife she likes biscuit rmht hot from
the oven, and so 1 didn't nut them in the
oven until the family were all ready
a ml tile iKclstenk wu broiled unit the
codec made. Hut those biscuit liehuvcd
I vi ry pcciiliur. Instead of rising upward
I they tell downward, and got Halter and
thinner and uglier as thev baked and
; browned, und so 1 tustcil one to see
what was the matter, and il was as
J sour as vinegar.
I The family were all scaled nt the fes
i tive board uwaiting the morning least.
I asked the blessing as usual, excepting
on the biscuit, uud wailed for remarks.
Mrs. Arp looked at them with curiosity
I nil over her countenance nnd us she split
I one oen and raised it to her olfactories
said: ' VYIiv, what upon earth did you
ou told nie that
I would Had the cum where they used to
be," snid 1. She went to the kiichen und
when she returned said : "Well, vou cot
J. TKNNKNT. I 0 tlc wrong can and you have put
I fieiil in t In lit in r I wirt1 n ml no uiiiln ril nil
i und made up the dough with sour milk
besides." So she got some liuhtbreadaiid
tousled it and we got along pretty well
My lailurc was privately discussed und
I heard somebody say: "Your pn is get
ting too iilel anyhow and his eyes are
not good und you Ivttd U tter look round
mill hunt uti iiniii lter conk. If vou enil
i find one who can cook breakfast nnd
I milk the cow we can gel along very well
) the rest ol the day."
In Connaliy nuuninii. ...cr Knl wooil a Hiurr. ' neves- said anything, Dill the next
I'ntton Avenue. - tfliii-tiiiiii I xliiiiM'il mil u-litli IIihv wt-rr
Tth extracted wlthiral pain, withihenvw il ..i,-.., .....i .,. 1.,1Liiat ,1,;.,
. a brcnklusi, und my llorsford biscuit
: were iust cleirant. 1 wits ucMrle rcudv to
J. RAMSV- u ling the IhvII when the cook came. 1 was
..i t. m... , i ...i i .i ,.t
uuiiui iu tiinc'iiiigv iter wm-ii iiimiKin
' of the cow. "Vou can milk the cow,"
; snid 1, and I gave her the food and the
bucket uud us she went forwnrd she
With una no.-
i'lllltiK with .11 cr r timulauin....noc- n7flt'.
' uolil $1 .oo anil upwiid,
Ket of teeth atl.iili.
Ik-atHi't ol teeth H.(l(l
No tietter innde, no matter what yiu puy.
Attorney Ht Law,
M4KION, 1M. C.
WW rr(Uf in the lOih nn. I 1 iith JmlMnl
1Mtrii'l- ol tnrth Carolina inn! In ihe 6n
nrvim' Court ami the Yth-nl Court ol' Ihi
WrUni I'iwtriil o; North Curolimi.
iiiiiyNtl I hi
WHEN THE COOK SKIPPED
HII.I. ARP NOT AH EXPERT AS
I' I ISO. I. llAVIUMItt, TllOS. A. JltNHS
Knleiuh. Ja. . Maktis-. Aiivi'l
JAVIIlHON. MAKTIN I JDNKIt.
Attorney nnd Cuaum-llurH ut l.uw
A.hrville. N. C
Will practice in tne lltn nun l .lll J ei;il . .
Jl.trieU. ami in the Hupreme Cum I il North I l,l,t tne inscuiir
Carolina, anil in the reut-riii Cutrtr
Weatrrn llialriet ol North uuroii.tti
Kcfer to Unnk ol An,-viu.-.
ArcliiU'i-t and Cuutraclor.
Plnti., sitecificntion. and eaiimntea fur
Mlahvd. All work In my tine eontriit-u-il lor,
jinil no charjies tor drawing tm contract
Ketrrence when desired.
tlllire: No. IK Hendry Kloek, North Court
ftquarc, Aahctlllr. N. C. ti-lillidly
. II. HKBVKS, D.D.S. II. K. SMITH, II. U.K.
lira. Hemes & Mmith.
Mhe Waa 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 Urndficld's
Feinnie Regulator, which cured her. J
W. Heliums, W liter Vnllev. Miss.
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MICROim KUXRN in
the tn oh t wonderful med
icine, in Iktuuhc it haH
never fnilid in uny in-
Htnnee, no mntter whnt
the (lifleanc. from Mil
ROSY to the BiinpleHt
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The Hcientific men of
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OKI U H
nirHthctic, anu uii caes ol irrrHiniftv cor
rected. M :idl -
in Rarnard Huildin Knirnntv
Avenue nnd Main Street.
Caumed by Micro he.
:RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
llxterm-nntm the Micro lien nnd driven them
out of the nytem, und when thut in donv
vou cannot hnve an nchc or num. No mut
ter what the diHenHe. whether u ftlmolc ene
of Mnlnrin Fever or n romblnntion ttt dis
cupcii, we cure them ull at the mime time, nn
we treat an ninetinc conHtttutlo ally.
sthntri, Cnnsttmptirtn, Ctittrth, ftron
vhitiSt h'ficuntitism, Kitlnvy nml Liver
I hsvise, C mils u ml v v ver , cmtifc
Troubles, in nil its farms, ami, in fact.
evcrv Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENKIMITATIONS.
(Hume n above)
of the Microbe
Sec thnt oiir Trade-Mark
nplM iirit on each .uk
Send for book "HUtory
Killer," Kiven away by
J. S. iRANT, Ph.
Role A Kent, Anheville, N. C.
nov!7dlv tu I'ri un
Q30LVJTELY 6AFK I
Burns In any Limp without dinas? ol
Exploding or taking firs. See that ou
gat the genuine. For ealo by
BALTIMORE UNITED Oil CO.,
TUB LAMOKSI' AMI IIH8T KUt'll'I'KH IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIt
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
CONlHtl.TINU CHHMIHT Nt HININO KNniNKKttf.
Analyaen of MrtnU, ()rrn. Cnnl or Coke. Min
eral Wat em. PeiilllierH, vte.
PRICK I.1HT ON AIt'LICATIOK
Mining proert' inveatifentrd, develi.ted
iHiui'ht nnd mild. .
Bum pic enn I went by iiihH or espm. I'
mnt by exptviw. chNrKfn niut lw prepaid
AlCcntfl wanted In every place.
ChHttAiioofrn, Ten ii .
DR. H C. WOLTCRRC'K.
aovAdArwIv Mnn nicer
BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Itiaurance i Agent.
Kenr No, 90 South Main street, -
Bstabllahcd INIIA. Aahcvllle, N. U.
(Huccc.snrs to llnlrd Ik Rector )
No. a8 North AIhIii Htrect,
llavt a hill stork of cvrrytliliia to he uwil In
Aimlllcs In the way ofcatnli.es All frrah nnd
of best quality. W ask our friends nnd the
public generally to call and kc us. rutin nc
tlon gunrantd. All Roods drll vend In the
elty limits. Fresh country produce a S
said, "Diicn she Kick?" "No," sniil I,
'sue is vci v i.ci. le. In n lew miuiites
I li okcil lli.it a. iv nml s ic was sitting ,
i. i ;i liox on tin leu xi'lc ul the con iitltl ,
, ul my nw.-tv nt ilieinilk ! .r ilenr lile,
. . il flic l.mktil in iiiciiiiiI s.iiil, "I enn't
mill, ilis li-rc env."
j. l III .i . hi Sukey i.mmiI her himl let :
with ii jerk .mil k .keil lur .iinl ihe Im.x
cli.'iu over. "1 kiio Acii ihir cow w.is i
K'viuc lu kick." wiiil she. "Iiiil von ever ;
null; ;i cow ?" Siihl 1. ' I Veil to milk I
sometimes when I w is n chile," suiil she.
u nnvc loi nn ten v men sine oi ine
uo'w lo milk I'roiii," suiil I, (mil I kiwv .
tier lenvc to ileixirl these coasts with I
The next one was a voiiiik wihii.iii,
with n reil slriHil silk hanilkcichiel thai
she totclurouiitl in one Imiiil nt the ilin
ner tnlilciiml iliiln'l know whnt to do
with the other, "e Intel coinpnny for
dinner. The fjirls had ircinrcd it jtid
hud ice eienm loi dessert, mid while the
company wna was cn.jo.viiiK it inside the
diniiiK room, our new womiin had IicIhm1
In mi ll otitsidc. She dined nml left lis
without sit.vitiK (.'ooil-livc or offerint; her
vr vices iis ii dishwiishe'r. IJkillliecow
inilkcr, she was n lowu-rtiiscd darkey,
nnd, ol' course, no nccount. If you want
it working woiiiuit who can milk nnd
churn ami cut the wood, if necessary,
you havc'riol to take nil old woman, or
else n country mixed (ill. (Set one from
the Alliance, nnd if she can't cook very
line, she is not nlrnitl of work.
A Dei-ply Injured Man.
From tliv Cliieuao Tri une.
"I Is'ityotir imrdon, niadiini. for intru
ding upon you nt menl-time," he said po
litely, "hut inny I ask you for a little
The lady brought him n salt box. lie
looked ul it innlitntively nnd leaned
UKuiiist one of the pillurs of the porch.
"It is n foolish hiiliil 1 have int into,"
lie said in un npolonctie way, "nnd I dure
say you will consider it one ol (ptestionn
hlc taste, but 1 nlwayi eat salt on my
"Hut you hnven't nny watermelon,"
snid the lull v of the house.
"Thank you kindly for atiKKCstitt"; it,"
answered the sedy-lookiiiK tourist, Krntr
lullv. "Shall 1 cat the melon out here?"
" don't sec how youenn. Wc have no
"No wntcrmclon ot'nll in the house?"
"Then, mndnm," snid the culler, In the
tone of un injured mnn, "permit me to
return the salt. 1 will not any I am nn-
Sry, hut I am hurt deeply hurt. You
live raised my rxectntiona nnd cruelly
disappointed them. I leave you, madam,
to your own reflections."
lie mode n low bow, handed back the
snlt-hox with the nir of n kittK declinitiK
a dukedom, nnd two minutes Inter he
was on the buck orch at the next neigh
bor's asking for a little horse-radish.
I'roiii the I'hllinlettihln Times,
Mnrv hint n II lie Intnli,
tin llri'ee Ana white it. anow,
Anil ev'rywh' re Itntt Mnry went
, The 'nilili wna aure to i?o.
It kept her Irum her lionka one day,
Wltli'h wna ninllMat the nlle,
Anil tttua ahe ant nnnther lam
' triilll the tciiehrr lit the aellool,
Juat llnuiclit u.
I'm, ii the t'lillnilclpliln Tlnna.
"It's nil a lie!" shouted the millionaire
"Thnt the isjaclt crop' a failure. Why
I juat bought one."
DO NOT FORGET
sitrictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Send One Dollar and renew
your HiiltHcription at once.
Sj lecial Correspondents
every section of Western
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation! the very licit this moun
tain country can afford. 'Terraii reitnonablc
an ioBsllle to make them, BlHurUn, pool
howlinK alley, ball room, muaic, etc.
F. A. MILES, IU. D.,
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAUKIill A ST. PAtJI.
AND NORTHBHN PACIFIC ft. K'R.
"Through Pullman Sleeping Car leaven Chi
I'liuu ntuiy hi n.iiu p. m.
ror St. Paul nnd Minnrnpolit.
" PurKO, North Dakota.
Ht-li-nn nnd Uutte. Montana.
The Yellowntone Purk.
44 Spokane Pull und Tucomu.
Ilt Ht Kontc to Seattle and all North PacIHe
The Scenic line to Culllornla, via Portlanil
una ine onuitcn kouic.
Tk'ketn on Rule everywhere.
For Information uoulv to anv Aitcmi.
tiddrcHrt A. V. II. Cahi'KNTKH. General I1
ncnurr AKcnt, Chicauu, HI., or If. C. ItKAiiv.
suincrn rusenKer AKcnt, j.ouirtviiie, Ky,
Street Car Schedule.
HcKlnnlnM ut 7 a. in. Hndiujf lo.oo p.
Car leaven Square fur ull pointH on the
hour, anJ twenty und lorty minutcH I lure
Schedule earn connect nt Square.
Trnin car and baffKaRe car meet evcrv
train. One valine allowed each pannenirer.
BaKKiRC tramlerred from all oiiitn In the
city for J5 centn.
THK ASHKV1LLK STKBBT RY. CO.
Palaci STiaMCR. Lew Rates
Four Trip, par Wmk Balw 11
DETROIT, MACKINAC ILANP
PtUMai7, Hault Pt Hitrlii, and Luke
Bumn W i.v PurU.'
very Waek Davy BHwmii
DETROIT AND CLEVZLAN
f parlal ttaBday Trip during Jnna, July, Aii(i.M miJ Sr. I
Doubl Daily Llur Ba 'wnen
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, Mid.
O'iB ILLUSTRATED PyPW '
Batw And Exnural 'n Tloks', will b" I .1
by your Tlolc Asi ut. rr a 'c!
E. 6. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A., OirnoiT. ' ....
Ootrolt and Olavalantl 8team t:..v. C'
KITS, Ct. Ol.l
lir, ct. ol. I
the KllK'rir Court
uciurv ine cuts.
In the State.
NKW fiKIll), carefullyjrepM'd by lead.
Inn mi'inher of the Anhevllle bar ion
(Inert pRt-ehtnent and heavy flat paper), cor
eriiiK 'l neecnaarT pointi, Just out and now
on unit at the office of the Citihn Pvulihh
ino Co.i Nn. North Court Aquar. riO'0'
j. n. w. KoKera,
By vinuc ol the uuthorlly confi rn-d upon
nie in a uccree or the court rt-mlcreil in the
above entitled enuwe, the umlemiKtud com.
miHNioner will aell ut pulilic ouutv, on the
premitua, on Monday, the lt day of Septem
ber, IHUU.the followiuu ikatLrilK'U real cm late.
firat in lota and then in a whole
Nliunte, lyinir and behiK in the Countv und
Stale aforenuid,ailjoiniuu the Inn-In ol Hint in
Buck ner und othcra, und more particularly
hounded and denvrihed an follou ii:
Pir.t tract: HcKinninv at a rock at the
north went end tit ltuckiicrn mill iltiui. Mr bc
tfiuniiiK comer and rum with hir- line- aa fol
jivn: Norm rLju cnni iov poivato a atukt';
then north H7H4 enat IU piled: then north
3aVi cant Vi polca; then nor. n vtiut 4
polo; then nortu 7Uj'J cant 7 pule; thin
north 'iu eitat HV poicit ; then north attcuNt
3 pide-; then north 1 1 Vj cant 'y pole ; tin n
north HI mt 1 pole; then mniih HWeiint
44 polet; then Mouth cuhI polca: thru
moui h H polca to the top of a in rye rock on
tne norm oaiiK ol tne enck; immv onwii
with Ihe bunka of until cieek Koittluti eaat 'J
polta to u alukc on the bunk of the niit creek.
Buckner's corner, in the old PU uiuioiia (now
Knipthl'ai line; thence with aani hue north .t
aitt ti poieN tu a pine, M . j. 1-unM coruer:
Iu ii w n rth H7 went with HoKcm' and
Weallv Parhum'aliuc fi polet to a Make in
he old New Pound or Nundy A I u nil mail,
Wt-Htlv Parhaitra auutliweHt corner ; then
with uid old road aouih itoeitt 10 iioka to
a black uuk bunh ; thence with die mod old
road aouth ill wewt 17 pokHto a atukc in the
nil num. (iu Kvmcr a comer; tneucc wuu
Kvmer'aline went 31 iiolea to a atukc. Hy.
tuer'a corner; thence with hit other line no u Hi
'J eaat itii pi'lea to u atake in the line ul' 1. K.
Puau-rV bund; thence noiih, with Hynier'a
Mac, H7 went at polca to n make in mud line.
I, K. Pouter's curlier; then with Poiitcr'a
line south 3M polca to a double white onk
(now Koael in u hollow; then with Pouter's
other line vast po1c to a white ouk on the
bank ul the New Pound ruutl, l-oaler'M cor
ner; then with aaid rouil south 21 weat lO
poks; then south It) pulea tu a red oak, Pou
ter' corner, iu the old Piitabee hue; then with
mild line aouth 87 cunt Oil poles tu a hickory,
Frinbec's corner; thence with hit other line
south 3 west 10 polca to a stake nml rock un
uutlK oi a uruin, muuer a corner; iiicnev wim
Slmlcr'a line south M7vat 7Mpoles to a black
oak, Buckner's corner; thciu-e with Buckner's
line norin ii west, croimiiiK mi ponnoi n
riilKC, 3(1 polea to u atukc near the spritiK;
then with Buckmr'a other line 3U ent lt
iiolea; thence ninth 10 went ft poles; tin nee
north at emit, crosHiiiK Builder's apriug
brunch, u poles to the betfluuiuu, cuniaiinuu
Hceoml tract : Itculnnlnir una WMle oak
in Sluder's line, Ilirutn Biickucr'a corner and
runs with the Buckuer line north 05 west U
io ea:thenie north 70 west H polca; titeiKT
north A3 wiat IS polca to a large rock, Biick
ucr'a corner; thence north U0 vast, crossttiK
the branch, 7 pules to a black oak, Buckner's
nml comer oi the first track : thence with the
line ot first truck north 87 west 1A poles to a
stake, Sluiler's corner; thence with Sluder's
line south 34 west tu a post uuk and stake,
Sluder's corner ; thence with Sluder's other
line south 87 east 37 poles, crossliiK the
creek, to n stake near the Levi Sluder smoke
house; the nee mirth 3 eust, crossing the
crerk, US pules tu the biiunintf, containing
8 ucn s,
Terms: Twenty per cent, of the purchase
money in cash un day ol sale, bulnnce in
equal Itiitallmenls iu 0, IU nnd 1H months.
Notea lor deterred payments tu lie endorsed
by Hood personal security, and to bear inter
est at the rate ol 0 icr cent, per annum.
For further particulars enquire of the un
dtTsiMiird or ol Moore At Merrick, Attorneys,
Ashevllte, N. C. where plat ol lands can be
seen. This July 3(, 18U0.
JulyS Idtdutc wed Commissioner.
Home penplr narrr with Th. Run's opinion,
shunt inch and thlnica, anil anmo pcopl'
duil't ; but cvcrylHMl- llkr. to art holtl uf tllr
newaiinixT which la never dull and ncvi'r
afrnlil to pcnk Its mind.
ticmncrntt. know thut lor twtntr jrrars
Thv Sun him loug hf In the front llnr for lirin
ocrntlc prlnrlptca, never waverina nr wenk
cnlna In Ha loynlty to the tnirlnteresta or the
pitrty It aervea with fcarlea. Intelligence nml
(llalnterealcd ylaor. At time, opinion, hnve
dlllvreil a. to ihe tieat mesns of accomplish
ing the common purpoaei tt I. not The
Hun'a fault II it has seen further Into th. mill
UlKhtern hundred and ninety Is the year
fht will nrnlialilv tletcrmlne the resultofthc
I'rcalilrntliil election of IHtl'J, anil uerhap. ,
tne lortlinea Ol tne iwrngiTai j lur int irai ui
thi century. Victory In I mm is a duty, nnrt ;
the iMHjniiina'of INtin la the heat time toatart :
mil In company with The Sun.
Unity, per month ,. SO
lnlly, per year o.oo
Sunday, per year a.oo
lially and Sunday, per yenr a.oo
Daily and Sunday, per month 0.70
Weekly, one year.,. t I.00
Addrata TUB WM, Mew York.
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,
AND CONTINUING FOUll DAYS.
- ATTRACTIONS -
Tlit'io will ho 11, ORAM) (JALA WEEK. eoTmni'iicinjr Tuowlny. Auinwt lth. The dif-
foii'iit flun CIuIih nml Military Compiuiics of North nnd South Carolina will hold their
Inter-State Shoot in? Tournament. I lie HentlerHonvule IjiukI ami Improvement Com
pany offer if 100 Cash an Pri'H, to he divided as the different Clulw may elect; uIho one
beautiful resideneo Int. worth f ."00 in ensh to the team making the best Hcore.
There will be an old-lnHlnoned UAIIIihLlll'j for the people of the whole of Western
Xorth Carolina : the Inrucst wen Kim e the eonniletion of the railroad. Two thouHiuid
summer visitors are lu re now and en route to witness these grand attractions'. Thellen
dersonville hand anil Improvement Company are making arrangements to nceomino-
date 10.000 p- ojiie during their lag land sale, rue raiiroatis otter extraordinary low
rates to people nt tending this occasion. The llendepsonville Land and Improvement
Company offers, to every visitor who pun hnseH one or more lots, to return or refund
their ru il road hire, or credit tne same on nrst payment.
This occasion offers to every business man an unnrecdeiited opportunity to Rpend a
week iu the Pearl Cily of all North Carolina summer resorts. BAmple hotel acconimo-
latiuns will be made for everybody at reduced rates.
LOCATION :-: AM) :-: ADVANTAGES :-: OF :: I1ENDEKS0NV1LLE.
The Town of Ilendersouville is located ou the Asheville ami Spartanburg rail road, and
at the rossing of the French Broad Valley road, now under construction; H miles from
Spartanburg, and 20 miles from Asheville, and 14- miles from the Vanderbilt Palace.
The town laid a .population in 1H80 of (500. It now has about 51.000. which will in
crease to o.OOO in two years; but few towns hnve shown such wonderful increase. The
ountrv around Ilendersouville is the tlnest fanning and grass growing section in Worth
Carolina. It has near its limits the famous "Aircon Mine," the only one in America. Ihe
Boilstoii Gold Mine, is near, and said to contain the richest ores m iNorth Lurolina. An
ibundance of Fine Iron, Umber, and Manganese Ure is found in the county.
REMEMBER THE DATE,
Tuesday, VcdncHclay,ThurHday, Friday,
AUGUST 19, 20, 21 AN D 22.
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REAL ESTATE ADVANCING!
Since the commencing of the French Itroad Valley railroad, ami the assurance of its
imiiiletinn within eiirht months, irivimr Ilendersouville direct connection with
Wilmington, X. C, Bristol, Tenn., ami Atlanta, Cm., real estate has become firm, and
more transactions have been completed within two months than within any two years
before. People coming from every quarter are charmed with the climate and business
opportunities afforded bv this section. Ilendersouville challenges the South to show as
fine a system of GRAVITY WATER WORKS, just completed. Pure Mountain Spring
Water flowing in all its streets.
The wiliest and most beautiful avenues ami shady drives to be seen in any Southern
Citv. It is the Paradise of the Florida yellow fever patient, selected by the government
f the United States, ami recommended by Surgeon-General Hamilton.
This alone makes Hi iidersonville pre-eminently the "LAND OF THE SKY," and the
lome of the health seeker as well as the business man. Ilendersouville has good Ma
hine Shoos, and fine Passenger Depot, Hearing completion. The famous .ludson Male
and Female College, the Citv Academy, and other Public ami Private Schools, afford the
finest Educational facilities in the Mouth. There are also line i nurcnes lor niioenomma-
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tions. There are six Hotels and tllty nice hoarding nouses, i ne plans lor a fiuo.uuo
Hotel are now in the hands of an Architect, which will be erected on the Company sproj)
erty. A Street CurN system is already completed and proving a big success.
The Ilendersouville Land and Improvement Company will offer
o FOUR HUNDRED BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE L0T8
n the most desirable locality, surrounded by the finest residences in the town, being a
art of tlie Mai. James Anderson estate (heretofore locked up), and a part of the Ainj.
T. J. Darker estate, on the following extraordinary terms:
TERMS OF SALE.
One-Fourth Catila, Balance In Kquul Payments of One, Two and
Three YcarH, with 8 Per Cent. Intercut.
The Ilemlersonville Land and Improvement Company hnvo faith enough in the value
of this property to make this unusual offer:
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II anv purr n user uesires, iney win ooiiuine i tieinsei ves mm, in, nny tmiu w niim iwu
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years, tney win return tne cusn purciinsu money ior any lot sum, wnn eigut per ceni. m-
teriist on the suine.
The Company offering these inducements is composed r the best business men of tho
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country, ami represenis over ziiti,miii rnpiuu. which hiiikcs il u guiinunce innt nen-
dersonville will he pushed to the position to which it is entitleI nmong the cities of tho
South. Information can be obtained by addressing any of tho following local Officers
or Stockholders :
P. E. DRASWELL, President, lntn of Georgetown, S. C: W. P. BAUNETT, Vico-Presi-dent,
late Cashier National Bank, Jacksonville,.Fla.; GEO. II. P. COLE. President Dank
of Commerce; M. C. TOMS, Cashier Dank of Commerce; VICTOR L. HYMAN, Mayor:
.1. WILLIAMS, TronsuiiT of Henderson County, N. C; VvA. SMITH, Secntary and
Attorney; F. A. SUMNER, General Manuger, Asheville, N. C.
Inquire of the different Agents for Excursion Rutem, or write to the Manager of the
HenderHonville Land and Improvement Company)
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