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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890.
THE DA-1VV CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Tmb Dtm Cmn, Democratic, la pubHihed
awry afternoon (.zcept Sunday)" at the fal-
lawmg rate trcti ."
m kloataa. .
One Month .....
Taltie of white property is $5,352,311
and of black property only $330,518,
and yet North Carolina is accused of not
treating the negro fairly. If he would
only treat himself as well as be is treated
he would soon become a valuable citizen,
TBB DAILY C1TISBM
la on anlc at the following places In A.hcvllle:
BATTERY PARK MEWS. STAND.
GLEN ROCK NEWS 8TAND.
MODEL. CIGAft STORE, Patton Are.
J. CAKSON'B NBW8 STORB, North Court
FRIDAY. AUGUST 28, 1890.
One rule for getting rich is to mind
your own business. The New Vork Sun.
Had the Sun followed that false maxim
it would not be in existence to-day. The
newspaper has to do with everybody
else's business has to advertise it, write
it up (or down), see that It does not in-
lerfere with the righfsof others, com
mend it if good and condemn it if bad.
That Grlaaora Interview.
The Denver Republican of August 13
contained an interview with Dr. Eugene
Grissom, formerly of Raleigh, which is a
marvel of fiction. A North Carolinian
would rub bis eyes as he read It, feeling
that they must have deceived him and
that some other country were meant.
Thb Citizen is not going to reprint the
Grissom interview. It is full of state
ments that are not now, and never were,
true never will be; indeed it is shown
that in 1888 Grissom himself published a
letter that is a complete denial of what
he now says. What we have arisen to
remark on now is that too much atten
tion has been paid Grissom. A great deal
of denunciation has been poured out in
the papers at and aiound Raleigh. One
editor temporarily forgets himself and
speaks of Grissom's "vile, slanderous
tongue" thnt "spits forth n mess of green
stuff. It is a pity North Caroli
na ever raised a son who could find a
place for such scandal on his rotten slander-distributor."
This is noisy billingsgate and nothing
more. It will be picked up in Denver,
in all probability, and, coupled
with the phrase, "it's the wounded bird
thnt nutters," more than
IS THE EDITOR IN?
Don't cuss. Patience is the better pari
of valor. Hliznbeth City Economist.
How did you discover that, brother?
There are 192 newspapers in North
Carolina, only five of which are republi
can. How many of them support force
bill legislation and the protective tariff
Editor Hncknev. of the Durham Re
corder, set the machine agoing a few
days ago and ground out the following
without slipping a cog, but it can't come
up to the sclah man ofthc Wilson Mirror
"OniY more he tuned hie vocal ehell,
To hilla and dalea hie paa.ion tell
A flame which time can never uetl.
Which burns for tbee, hip I'cKgy-Junc ! !
THE LATEST NEWS
FROM NORTH CAROLINA
Presbyterian church at Shelbv.
ana l.J. Keerans were
. W, P.Andrews and
There are 12S girls and boys at the
Baptist Orphanage, Thomasville.
The Chnrlottinns will soon have nn
artesian well. It is to supply a 75 ton
The third annual convention of the
Mecklenburg county Sunday-school assa
nation is in session in Charlotte.
Concord. Cabarrus countv. haa nne
nan convince tne largestrotton met ones in the south
some people, whs heretolore doutnea
Grissom, that he is right.
It would do us as much good as it
could do anyone to give Grissom a shoe
leather trip from Bcaucatcher to French
Broad, if he has said what is reported
in the interview, but we submit in all
good feeling for excitable State contem
poraries, that they have made a grave
error. The greatest punislimennt that
Grissom could have received would have
been no notice at nil. Imagine his cha
grin had his libels received no attention
We are too sensitive. And we are also
becoming too prosperous, too well un
derstood, too big, too dignified to stop
ntir mwat (.,, , Vi m 1 ...1 .mm. It i . .1 1, i , a
yelping too-pound dog back under the awnit tht ncti(m , the October superior
. tan v ni'iiu otmiiv, uniiiiiii wi Limn.
just completed at a cost of half a million
The Associate Reformed I'rcshvteii
tins of Charlotte have adopted plans for
a new church to be erected at a cost of
$20,000, the work to begin nt once,
Rust is making its aniiearance in cot.
ton and highlnnd rice, borne fruit is on
the market. Some apples but no peaches.
i impel picntuui. t'lymoutii correspond
P. L. Drum, of Catawba county
showed us a beautiful piece of pure gold
It weighs twenty-seven pennyweights
ana was picked upon Mr. Drum s place,
about 1 1 miles from Newton, in a cotton
patch. Charlotte Chronicle.
Mrs. Lillian M. Gould, who was ar
rested at Murphv nt the instance of the
Gould family in Knglnnd, waived exami
nation nml wns committed
the State press. True it is extremely ir
ritating to read Northern criticism of tht
false, bitter kind thnt is to he found in
such papers as the Chicago Inter-Ocean
and like gifted romancers; hut it is as
much a mistukc to denounce it as it
would be to condemn the making of tin
buttons four inches across, for the Indian
trade. The demand exists, let it be filled;
but let us not aid and encourage the li
belee by undignified rejoinder for that is
precisely what such lilielers of the South
grow fat on. It is their business to draw
it out so that they may have opportu
nity for saying: "See 'era squirm; that
shot struck home."
The Grissoms will come and go. The
South will go on forever. Never mind
the fly on the carriage pole; he may
threaten the horse, but he will not check
A dispatch from Ashland. Wis., gives
n account of three boys whose boat was
tipped over in Lake Superior and whowere
in the water sixteen hours before they
were rescued. When the boat first cap
sized James O'Brien and Frank Gallngcr,
We are glnd to see that Mr. J. F.
Phillips begins to look natural again.
He has had n hard hitch with liver trou
bles or heart troubles, which is it. lohn ?
i mi, Mm iui iraHiini(-m.-v Lexington isis-
patclt. Lome now, John, tell all of ns.
The boss egg enter of Stokes countv
came to town n lew dnrs ago, and made
a nwger thnt he could ent thirty eggs
ne won tne net unci lelt town grumbling
because no one would bet that he could
ent thirty inure. Grrenslioro Patriot.
Nat Foster, of Deep River township,
was imtcn ny n mad cut
nuised his wife
Mr. Foster be-
Before the morniiiu hud
and child were bitten.
Iieves that this cat was bitten by a rabid
dog that was killed in (he community a
lew days ago, and is therefore in a state
of much anxiety. Sanford Express.
At a meeting of the trustees of the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College it was
stated that the department of agriculture
win pay to in college only
ing the remainder of this year. It is pro
posed oy tne trustees to carry on tht col
lege till the legislature meets, even if it
becomes necessary to reduce the salaries
of the professors.
On last Saturday Ernest Howard, a
young cousin of the well known leaf to-
acco dealer, H. W. Cobb, of this city,
J ' I
aged respectively 8 and 10 vears, jumped rode hr"e "Texas pony, to a creek
" I In avalaw hiM Tlu - ..
acroM the corn.
into the water on either tide .nr. erh w Ta"T S,nV " n Dccn "
i ii nun tiitaiMwi matii
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oi tnera pot one hand on the gunwale, try. Getting completely beyond the con-
paddhng with the other, while Willie trol of its young rider, it ran into a
O'Brien, who was only seven, tried to "El . r If' n,cn.cut lonK Kan
B.nut iuhi iiiiucv ucvu in i lie orcast oi
the horse and tore the flesh from the bone
on yonng Howard's leg from the knee
down, making an ugly wound. Greens
Mr. N. G. Price, suspended from the
Goldsboro police force a few weeks
since, bat been before the mayor for re
sisting an oRicer while under the influ
ence of liquor. He acted in a rather ob-
bail the water out with his hut. In this
situation the boys were until o'clock
the next morning when passing vessel
picked them up. If this account be true
it formsone of the most remarkable cases
on record of power to resist exposure.
The water of Lake Superior, a few feet
below the surface, even in August, has
again and again been found to be below I streperous manner in court and having
una rorcra ine cniei to neat a retreat
Assistance was procured, however, and
a civil wnrant having also been issued,
the prisoner wns lodged in the county
jail to await trial; not, however, until
ne naa stampeded the crowd of on-look
era. He was released under $200 bail
pending the September court. Di
meeting of the
K. L,. Kvburn
elected elders and Dr.
W. F. Tiddy deacons.
Kev. Mr.'Sanderlin Breached twin,
cedent sermons last Sunday morning and
iiiKin. L tuc Duuiisi cnurcn. Air. isnti.
derlin u a very fine speaker, on the
stump as well as in the pulpit. I lender.
Rev. . B. Hurley preached an excellent
sermon in the Methodist church Inst
Sunday morning. A large concourse of
ueuuic rrom cue aincrent denominntinni
attended, and the sermon wns highly
spoKcn oi Dy an wno neara It. Lxing.
A letter has been received bv relatives
in Goldsboro giving more particulars of
the Illness of Kev. Daniel Reid. now nt
inne Matteras. He has suffered with
400 convulsions, und the doctara haw
exhausted all the skill of their profession
Rev. . A. Lee, pastor of Lenoir cir-
nit, closed an interesting protracted
meeting at Mount Zion Inst Wednesday.
tie is now conducting one at Mariu
Chapel. He will conduct protracted
meetings, beginning at Littlejohn's on
the fourth Sunday, at Mount Olivet on
me nun aunaay mid at Harper's Chapel
on the first Sunday in September.
"Drinking beer? Why, I thought yon
reiv n temperance man. ' "So
but I'm not a slave to the cold
A Boon to Wives.
Having used "Mother's Frimri" I
would not be without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
through the painful ordenl of childbirth.
Write Brndficld Regulator Company,
Atlanta. Ga.. for Darticulnra. Hv nil
A troublesome skin disease
I caused ma to scratch for ten
months, and has ham curad bv
few days use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff,
Upper Marlboro, Md.
I was cured several yean ago of
white swelling In my leg
any return of the disease. Many prom.
r in mv leg bv the use or
8. 8. 8., and have had no symptoms of
inent physicians attended me and all
tailed, W 8. 8. 8. did the work.
Paul W. Kirrpatricr,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin DiseeacI
Swift Specific Co.,
uuriiicr thiH month we in
tend to olefin out all summer
We have cot a larire stock
)f Lawns, both plain, striped
and checked, winch we will
close out at New York cost.
Ladies' fine Parasols We
mve a few left that are worth
13.50 to $4.00, but we will
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aabcvllle, N. C.
P. O. Bex I".
marl 3d tv
CAUTION .HV'ia SKVfJSS
kai kla name an price itamsea as ballaai.
W. L. DOUGLAS
ru Cftlf mm Ic4 WftirorMf Miml.
Tt tict1rD and wearing qualltlMof thtt tboa
mnnot b brltr ihown than bv theatronc tUKlor
snn.fi ac iu uounnu off eoutul wearer.
5-00 Mraalsi HaBd-Mwt u elegant and
rtllah drtm Shoe which oommeod tUvlC.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A Sua ealf akna I
and durability. I
la la Haadara SM
A modern A rat elnaa lintel. Hot anil enlrl water and hatha anrl tnlleta m ww a
Klcctrli' IkIIi In everv room. Onen lire In nftice and urates In bed rooma. 001.. Hini
room, luneh counter, eiKar nnr! news itand nnd bar and billiard room on firnt floor. Klec.
trie atrert ears puna door i vrry I'll minute. Richmond and Danville railroad eating houae
21) minutes fur uieaia.
RATIiH, 3.00 PER DAY.
A. G. II ALLYBURTON, Prop.
. H. flic VAN and WAI.THR ORKKN, Clerka.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Aak TOUr ImIF sutrt It ha) fa.nn mI mh mA I a W y at tf-tav af . waa. at .
dirV'toft.Tcicai'ad ine Kona uvcr ior its I'uritv.
noual for order blank. I "
re. uuvunaa vraeaisa. Bias. 1
LIKE SUCCESS. ftotk of Sat!ens an(l tJing-
It will nay yon to examine
iliikKiki..! 'l.l.l.. 1 I
vrua iiuu ui x ClUlir SJIlll'll xun-l
a . a
a irreut miuction in everv
line, ns we arecroinir to make
tlS.di"f!,,.r"" Lp: a elenn sweeuof all summer
i"'f u irc imDirai 1 .1
diaeae known tn the h. IFOOUS It I'lOSe priCCO Will UO
wan yitsni. 1..
The arlrntiflc men of 111
BOSTIC BROS. & WRKiHT,
No. 11 N. Court Siiuare.
ttDequalled for atyl
w Sta at a popular price.
SO-M fllrraaara Hboe to erpeeUlly adapted
4s for railroad men. farmer, etc
I , 1 , ' , 4 . 1 auwMwieiauonsiu, nmuin ao Laos.
close them out at f 2.00 each, a p, so eUACC W)B
these are nice desirable crooils L? Lfflffi fiBH
and areiroinir at a bnrirain.
We have a good line of La
dies' Fine Dress Goods and
Trimming which we offer at
a reduced priw. A trood
hara haaa moat favnrahl vmwIvm! alnna ln.tvMliuwi I
and tb recent Improvaraenui mak tbani nijfirtne I
Thereaon R A MAM'S
MIC RUHR KII.I.BR I
ine moat wonderful med-
lelne, I heranac it haa
never railed In any in
stance, no matter what
lo-dny e I a i in and
proee that every dial
POR BALK BY
WEAVER & MYERS.
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
1.B0 I'HR IIAV. ad TO 7 PUR WKHK.
Nenreat to Chimney Roe. Catnwba
Palli and Mltehcll'i Peak.
Julyldilm BI'KAl'.UB e MDIIRU.
Our beer la Icri
I all tlmci,
We dclieer to all p irta of the city our own Bottllna Rxnort Deer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
la kept nt n temperature of 4(1 deareea nnd we guarantee yon a fresh article at
THU TKAIIli Sl'I'l'UKil I'HUM 1 '
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THIS STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. 4. -ARorAR. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
Canned by Microbe,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
RKtrrrninatm (hr MlrmttM s.nrf riH-i k... I
out of the vtem, and when that la d.nc I
jui npBoi nnvt in irnr or nam. No rant-
trr what tM rtlswasv. ivhiiat i I
," is, rvxvr r mmntnaiion or iiii-
vnsn, we curt tnem all at thr mmmr time.
wc ira an aiMues cunntltauo ally.
W. A. IlLAIK. J. V. IiltOWN.
No. $ Patton Avcnnci
New houae, newly fnrnlahcd, all mo-lern
improvement. Inrve room, good table.
MRS. IH. C. GOODK,
53 College St.
-FOR 8ALK BY..
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reem Creek Woolen Mill.
north Main AaneTille. N. C
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
Jfftm, CuiMuniifnin, Cnlnrih, limn
chttw. Kheumntiam. Kiilnrv mnrl I im.
DiMHue, Chilli ami Fever. Femnle I H'AFEE BLOCK APanaiTr RiAiB'BAintTAunlT.ll A XT
... :. " v a. 1
1 ratihlc. in nil its forms, nml. in Ihct.
every Ihvnsc knt.ivn to the Human
p an now iviuly, ami in
vito our hiimkIs ami tlio imli-l
oewsne vr rNAUUUltrH ITATMINI.
I 11 . a.
MtT lhat our Trade-Mnrk lun.unli.nl M!Pn rn V Ml I'll II mill iv
n.p iiih. 1
Henri lor hook 'H latnrv nf h. Mli.ih.
am", aivra away iit
Money advnneeil on Watehea, liiumonda I
nnd vnrliKia i.thrr nrtielc.
J. H. 4.RANT, Fh. O.,
Hole Aaent. Aabevllle, N. C.
novlTdle tafrt na
ARCHITECT AND EN8IXEER.
CONDUCT! MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
O. Box as, 1 a Hendry Block,
A. II. COBB.
Aniikvii.i.k M r li 90 .uw.
We the unileraiirnrd have thia ilnt ill... I
-...nri,rrpnii ny nullum ennaent, I. c.
Ilrown relirinKnnd tnkinulhr tin nnd iiiumli
InR hualn. a in rmim un ler lnre, nnd Thnd
W. Thmah Inkina the entire ai.ick in ati.rc,
" r inv,u,Tii in nil neiita due hy I
Ihe arm anil will collect nil nivnunla due .aid
J. V I1HOWN.
Tllii W. Tliall.
The undrralunffl liavi. r..r,l -
"I'll' nnder the firm name of Thnd W. Thra.h
AC CO for the liuriMiar f H.,l.iu
j .1111 fiiiufic ruininnij nu.ineaa.
1 lln W TnaH.
J M. TllSAall.
a special feature. Calm at- n?i ""tp'mi.in i.a.,nr.a in imi in
.... ... ... . - ...a ww sa Kit. IU Biurr
amine our well H4lH-tHl Btock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING
. Flnl.hc.l thmuKhout In Antique Onk
awed link Wnlla ilrniicil with Llncruata-Waltun.
A. S. GRAHAM.
"ss reiristered by tb mercurvnra tet.l iu (to to
nwan. t- . . i. . .u. "omc ,n ""ipariy with the chief of pol
n wui, uiuuauii mi oy ipnoin, grvuKni out a ooiiDic uorrei snot
is nearly down tofreesing in mid-summer.
The tronjrrat constitutions renerall)r
jpre away within a few hours when sub
jected to thia exposure, and it is an old
saying of lake captains that one should
never prolong his suffering if thrown into
Lake Superior water, from accident or
otherwise, by putting on a life preserver.
The almost freeting water quickly chills
the victim and in a few hours he is dead.
The survival of these three children is
therefore, as we have said, one of the
most astonishing ever brought to public
Th rolnt la Too Flna.
a young man oi inaiannimlis was ar
retted for drunkenness in a saloon at 1
o'clock in the morning, was tried and ac
quitted, Judge Sullivan holding that
drunkenness, to be a crime, must include
exposure In a public place. "A public J
place" he denned "as a place where the
public have a right to go, A saloon was
not a place wberetbepublichadaright to
go after 1 o'clock, at which hour saloon
are supposed to close, and was therefore
not public place." Hence the young
man was acquitted.
We don't always have to go to the
theaters to tee the best farces. This de
cision recalled the famous: "It either
rains or it does not rain. It does not
rain, tneretore it docs;" and one is not
more rally than the other.
The Hickory Press nnd Carolininn an.
nounces the dentu of Mr. Geo. U. Hov
ster, after an illness of several months
Mrs. E. E. Piies of CHley, Caldwell
county, is dead. She was in her her 73d
rear and . was the widow of Thomas
Pipes, who died as a Confederate soldier
in tne late civil war.
raylac roe Mosro ohoola.
In New Hanover county, there art in
the traUie schools 1330 white and 1,
BB1 aerr fmnila. wrhlla J .Ita .l l
fcWth. wbitts paid 18,740 aadtb JT "BNT'
$1,750. Tbera was apportioned I ' Haass on Haywood tre.
A errant of tartar sakma powder. Hlkr(
of all la learvrrlaa Mrenatk -u. a. nnnn.
Ismt Rfrport. A.snrrt IT, lass ItjIrSIMIr
Sn Ska aabtta .kw.i. .1- aa I " I '" r.aona-
TVffv .au mi
the Mack scswosj Wjnu Tht aaaassed
fill a. rMu-.
Aiivlj at Tamer's Store, WM
'Mllce Orer J. H. Law's atort, aoath Msisl
.. , ln .a an..
rinini wna auver or amalgam. ...noc. toTAe.
. . aToW... Sl.oo and ap ward.
net of teclh ."ja.oo.
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 05
BLAIR & BROWN.
will receive prompt attention.
Alao entrance on Colleite atrret.
BATH; ROOM "FITTED- WITH WATER CLOSET.
Parlor and Reception Hall Snisbed in Quarter-
for further Information call on
G. H. WALKER. No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
Dcalcraln Wall Paper, WlndowSbadeaandPatcntHatiKcrn,
Paint. Oil and Varalahe. Mmry'i Mixed P.lnti and Color. Window Glaaa. both
French and America.
We keep la atork Bt. Lonliand Kentnckr Lead.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Room 5 and , McAfee Balldlai,
pattos Avenue, AabcTllk. N. C.
PBACTICS UHtVSO v TUB
Kyc, liar, Throat and Not.
aaia.aaa . . DI ' ODUI rra'allBTl .K.T LT I
JEVELRT STORE. meon WOOTON'S
The eatir atoek ot aai it nauncaa AaWTM! 1VIBI
I a akw am W9 am aT
laeJadia at Broocbei, Bsttoas aad Braes.
RUT OMtKna Suf TtRIHB wTli t
monEU) REBUIATOR CO. ATLAHTA fll
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at uwt
Will iwartir In tH intn mmA tasls aHLii
" rawitaj -kaartMiBial ana m ine
1-3-0 HE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Heasrdl of coat, a we tnte.d I. the future
tn keep sothlas bat Bolld Oold aad
terllB Mlnr Jewelry,
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY
a- I inasillia aa ssiSBBia aa. I Buvaa la I iu -.
majHtiim iiih I iiwil Itll I IbbHI i ma Bsnaina. rr salens
.r. ramra BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
KiJL' t",V.T Tno. A. Jftaa
a 1 j... w. Miana, AH.VIIM.
JAVIUSMN, MARTIN a JONM,
Attoraers aad Cnaaacllors at Law.
Aahaalll.. M. C. '
, Will pracitre h. tb. 1 1 tb aad I tk ladlctal I
in.tnrt, aad I. the BanrraM Coart of North
Carolina and I. the Federal Courts of tae
Weatern IXatrlct of North Carollaa. I
never iu nana ot ABaeniM. atari
ASHBVILI.R. N. C
f A. TBNNMNT,
Architect and Centra ctar.
nan. nt7eaneallnaa mA ...
labed. Afl work Is ai line santraetofl for,
" hares for drawlaa oa soatract
Hriereace when desired.
..2' rlLL?,,""? '". North Coart
Square, AaarrllU. N. C. frblsdl.
SontB Mala St. Aabcwlllc.
OORS WITH BOARD.
A ww dceirshl rooms with board. Ap-I
I ply to C.J. McCAPB.
a.amtadtr. a Oror street.
a. h. aiiTia, d. d. a. ti. a. smith, d. d. a.
Drtv Rcctm Btaltb.
KT At. CLZTl
la Co. all aitdiaa, u.e Madwood'i More,
Teeth fitrarted wltboat nmlm. wllk ik.u.
v : ' mi o wnawarttr eoi
Ttw WotM Pamoas, uaeou.led. aaeioalled,
a.rabi aad beaatlfal
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST,
Accommodation the vrry beat thia raoun-
tala country as. afford. Terra, reaaonahle
ai poaaihl. to make them. Billiards, pool.
bowling alley, ball mom, murJc, etc.
P. A. MILES, M . D.,
m.mj m.m0jm rronrlclnf1.
W claim that the, hanger arc cheaper
than any others are detachable, and any
number can be uied per itkkilnaare a uni
form barn of tobacco more tobacco can be
cured per bar. i tobacco brlna better price
aoe not brnlie; stalk Is not cured, aavlna
ei sua time. Any barn can b. uaed. Ram.
pic seat with pamphlet for 6 cent a po.Uire,
Inquire for them of your torekeeper or
asent. ir they do not keep them (end to u.
Pries) per i.oovo, with atlcka, s-oo
"ice per irooo, uansjera only s.so
tend caah with order, or aood lent C. U. b
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'B CO.
Honaton, Halifax County, Va.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALEM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
, RAalBAY, D, D.S.
.", sraaBjatraefefia, Pattoa
Arena aad fcfala atrvrt.
I K. Ha BRITT,
warn at No. ar Pattoa anaaa. Taalaa
aad ripalrtag a spsslaHy.
B. wHJJAaM) A M.
. a b .
The SBth Annual Beaalon lieirln Auituat
aath, IMB0. Keglatcr for Init year 810. Hie-
eiai renturrai-tha Development of
stealth, Character and Intellect.
HullilinK thnrouiihly remodeled, Pully
eiuliied Preparatory. Collrirlntc nnd I'oit
Orailunte liepanmenta, bealde Ant clan
achnnl In Mualc, ItnainaaTea, Com.
siserclal ana Ind.trial atntllea.
JOHN H. CLBWBLI., Principal,
SEPTEMBER 3,4,516, 1190.
Of all the handinmc and valuable property
thnt hn been offered In Aihevllle, none com:
parable to the unbroken forest of over On
Hundred Acre divided and aabdlvlded Into
the moat beautllul lot and tract. Ijlna.
This lioulevnrxiofthe City, ,
About one-third being within dty limit sad
the remainder In the charmlna suburban villa
Only one mile from Court Rouare (10 mm-
ote.i drive) and on the beat and moat nonular
drive leading to the country. There I a lab
yrinth of avenue and itreetl being built,
through theae ground under the BUDcrvlilon
of one of the flneat engineer In the South.
The lot nnd tract will range In ilie from Vi
acre to 9 to S acre, the larger plats covering
omc of the moat beautiful and ntctureraue
elevation to be found in a day' Journey .
Hend for plat of the property to
Nat. Atklneon & Son.
AHHKVII.LB, N. C.
alio graning or all k nda doa.. All a
frvmpUy filled and work guaraatsed. Can
nana at all times at Graham's Cotton
MODEL CIO AH STOItE
You Will Find
BEST I RANDS OF CHEWUM TOBACCO.
Bditor A. Neville Cltiseai
That our many Mend may know how w
are getting on w will itat that w took la
In Hotel aad Btore
9,000 In Five Week. a.
Took in last Raturday over 700. 78 of
that was hotel, balance itore. Hotel regl-
rea go that day. Had 8,000 arrival, la
S monthi. Our itock I mammoth S00 feet
long and 16 fret wide. Tell the balaa of
tb. world to com. and sat "Old Chad" mile,
aad bay good of a aad savs 10 to M per
BOT1C dtf . . CH8DBATBR at SON,