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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Tri DiiLTCrruniH, Democratic, la published
every Humm .except nuuaayj at ine ioi-
r rate. mtrictjj cash;
TUB BAII-V CITIZEN
It on Ml t the following places in Aahevlllc:
BATTBKY PARK NBWS STAND.
0LBN ROCK NBWS STAND.
MODBL CIOAK STORK, I'utton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NBWS 9T0RB. North Court
FROM NORTH CAROLINA
SATURDAY. AUGUST 23, 18'JO.
Prom the New York Sun.
Aaauming that we receive two cents
per pound more for our cotton out of the
now inevitable 30 percent, rise in the
value of silver, we should thus have $10
per bale added to the value of the expor
table surplus of cotton, and thus the
country would receive from Europe $50,
. 000,000 more than it hus received for
this staple previously. The same calcu
lation applies relatively to our surplus ol
wheat and oil.
We believe it will be found that this
new value of silver provides the true pro
tection to our agriculturists. And the
inferences to lie drawn from these facts
are plain. Given $100,000,000 more in
the pockets of our fanners, and it is sale
to argue that an activity such ns wc
have not witnessed in venrs in this coun
try must follow in all fines and ramifica
tions of business.
North Carolina HchoolM.
There has been a good deal of unfa
vorable, not to say unfriendly, criticisms
of late on North Carolina schools, and
the Teacher has done a public service tiy
pointing out that while "New York if
worth sixteen times as much as North
Carolinu, her school population is only
about twice as large. Each New York
child has $3,7'J0 to be taxed for its edu
cation, while each North Carolina child
has but $.r8. In New York but one day
m scnooi is provuieil lor a clnlil uxn
$21 of taxable projierty ; in North Caro
lina each $'.l.!i0 is tuxi d sufficient for one
day of school. North Carolina is doing
over twice as much as New York !
"It hus been a desperate struggle" says
the Teacher, "with North Carolina, in
providing for the education of her chil
dren. She hus done her duty as nobly as
any other State of the South, mid she
needs more cheers and encouragement
and less compluiuing from her people."
Burke said it was imixissilile to draw
up an indictment against a whole nation.
Chicago however, is rapidly bringing the
United States into disgrace. It is nearly
six months since it was decided that Chi
cago could hnie the Worll's Fair. How
much might have been done in that time
by, sav, New York, it is not easy to real
ize, but it would have been much.
Now what has Chicago done ? Abso
lutely nothing but make itself and, in the
eyes of the world, the I'nited States, ridic
ulous. It is not yet even determined
where the site for the fair will lie ; no or
ganization hus lieen crfcctcd ; everything
is chaotic as yet.
It is a slamv saying but it fitsCbicngo
jnst now : She had better "come off the
perch," and let New York have the fair.
A Mettled Till if.
The Greensboro North State, u good
newspaper, though republican, says that
it wishes "from the bottom of our heart,
that the day bad nrrived in this country
when all political apeals would be
made to intelligence rather than to prej
udice;" and then it allows a correspond
ent to sny so foolish a thing as this:
"Jtutfor Harrison's election and the re
storation ol confidence, this county
would have been in utter bankruptcy."
If anything was settled by Cleveland's
administration it was that the demo
crats have as much interest in this coun
try us the republicans and know fully as
well how to take care of it.
August 1-th there wusmiitea percep
tiule trost in Hamburg, out not em
to d any damage.
There is a growing disposition on the
part of our citizens to bond the town for
atiu.ouo, which nmuuiii win uc useu in
improving our walks and streets. Mur
At 10 o'clock on the morning of the
I'Oth, the three L g reached the .North Car
olina line ami earned $50,000 worth of
bonds voted by Unicoi county, to be paid
provided tney readied the Nortn caro
linn line by the 20th of this month,
Two men went to a corn shucking in
Burke county last full with a bottle of
whiskev. A general nght ensued, one
man killed, two have laid in jail nine or
ten months, and were last week acnuit'
ted of the murder, leaving the county
about $ 1,000 cost to pay. Hickory
Twenty-seven years ago Mr. Sutton,
a Mecklenburg soldier who was in Stone-
wall luckson's command, was shot in
the leg. The bullet struck him justahove
i lie knee am! imnemicd useu in tlie none.
It remained there until to-day, when
Charlotte doctors look it out. Char
The Kownn Baptist association, col
ored, is now the wealthiest and most in
telligent colored organization in North
Carolina. The niemliership is 3,000 nnd
their eliun li mcrty is valued at $30,
000, The Sunday school scholars num
ber 2.4'H) with 100 teachers. They have
also sevent) churches and thirty-five
The Tuckascegee Baptist association
met in annual conlcreiice with the church
it llurniiii'town, Macon county, last
Thursday and adjourned about noun on
.Minil.iy. amiilav t lie crowd was esti
mated to manlier troin 2.000 to 3,000
people. All the old othci'i'S were re elected
viz: Key. S. II. Harrington, moderator:
I . L. Iirvson, clerk; A.J. i lull, treasurer
ind Kev. A. II Sims, historian.
I'urmers, look out for the slick young
men carrying samples of a pretty lence
with them. They also carry pictures
allowing the lieauty ol u larm yurd in
which the fence is used. To the farmer ii
is explained I hat the fence is sold in rolls
costing $125 each, and in the roll is
enough for nnv one farm. The fences
never come to hand, hut the notes that
.ire taken in pnviiient tor them turnup
ai t in- nanus ol some innocent holder,
mil the farmer has to pay.
Little seven-year-old Leslie, sou ol
Kev. J C. Moser, was sent in the house
to git the I'IoUti idle in shoot a rat. He
thought it was not loaded, nnd hitched
i he hammer on the mantel niece and
nulled raising the hummer enough to
.ire the gun, when it sliiied off the man
tel piece and sent the hall in the boy's
side, lietwccn the eleventh and twelfth
rib. downward. The hall has not been
lound. Hickory Press.
very complimentary Reference
io Him m Baltimore.
In a very flattering reference to Gen. T
L. Clingmnn the Baltimore Globe says:
"In the United States senate to;day,
Gen. Clingman would be a peer in intel
lect and character. He is also, now that
he is in private life, a genuiue philanthro
pist. There is no question of politics,
Inw, religion, science or urt that the een-
eral is not posted on, and some years
ago he wrote a pamphlet, which, for the
nenent oi common humanity, advocated
tobacco ns a cure for certain ills that
man is heir to. We have recently heard
that the general's prescription despite
the silent protests of followers of the
medical profession has saved some
human lives. Some well known con
gressmen were afflicted with the old
known B right's disease. Others had
rheumatism. Several were reported en
tirely healed bvtne general s prescription
Gen. Clingman said to one of our staff e
lew days ago: "I only want to benefit
suffering humanity, nnd the reward
have may come when 1 am cternnll
asleep. 1 ask nothing but to help, in m
lee Die way, suttenng Humanity.
the Buffered lor Twenty Year,
Aiv wue uns uiicred lor iitteen years
from congestion and painful menstrua
tion. After usinjr three bottles of Band
field's Keinale Regulator she is now able
to do her house work nnd go where she
ileuses. I. w. Davis, Moravian halls,
Write Bradfield Regulator Cornnnnv
Atlanta, lia., tor particulars, uy
How is Your Blood?
I had a malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knoo, and was cured soiitu'
and well with two and a half hollies ot
8. S. 6. Other blood mcdiduui hud full
ed to do me any good.
Win 0. Beaty, Yorkvlllo, S. C.
The first hale of new cotton sold at
Knlt.'igh brought only lO'-'n cents.
Hauiiitonville. Yaukin county, farmers
report the prosiect lor com and tobacco
the best lorye.irs. They arc busy turn
ing the soil lor wheat.
Wagon loud alter wagon load of su
mac is brought to our town daily. It is
supposed between $.",ooo and $7,000
will nc paid out lor it during the season.
Considerable new cotton was received
.it Raleigh 1 huisdav. Cotton dealers
my the staple is hue. There is promise
that the receipts there will double those
ol the season nist ended. All the rcMirls
oi tnc lonacco cropare also highly favorable.
The Famed Coeoa of Europe,
The Coming On of America.
HoUMhoU Word All Ovr Wuropt,
"BESTA GOES FARTHEST"
Now that Its manufacturers
are drawing the attention of
the American public to this
first and, ever since its inven
tion, the best of all cocoas, it
will soon be appreciated here
as well as elsewhere all over
the world. All that the man
ufacturers request is simply
one trial, or, still better, a
comparative test with what
ever other cocoa it may bej
then Vas Houten's Cocoa
itstlf will convince every one
of its great superiority. It
is because ot this that the
English paper Health, says :
" Once tried, always used."
SaTo Mold the evil ITmUj ol T.aand
OoffM, uo oonaunllr VAN HOl'TKN H
COCOA, which a) a STRKMiTHKNKRof the
NERVES Mil a rofroobioi- aad ooumliing
It certainly would ben very great hard
hip on many poor people to' force them
to fill up their wells on any such theory
I ne very oiliest iiiiiaintiini never saw
peaches so scarce and so interior in mini-
uy. nere win oc n sharp advance in
such canned goods as ieach':s, and the
supply win an come irom Clitoruin, a
Kulcigh correspondent says, tlf apples
inerv is icss inun nun an average crop.
i ne long niinv season, says a corres
pondent ol the Hickory Tress, came just
in time lor upland com, winch is good.
The bottom com along Jacob's Fork,
and the South Fori:, Catawba count v,
is also pretty fair. Cotton is nothing
extrn, owing to the shedding of bolls nnd
the wet spell of weather. By what the
farmers say, it will make a three-lourths
Mr. T. A. Ilobbs, of Halls, Saniison
county, has so far this season made 1,
700 gallons of cider and shipped 20
huslielsof apples from n ten acre orchard.
He will make at least .'1,000 gallons this
sum-ner nnd fall. Hesavsthnt there is
nothing that pays better. He planted
Ithnt typhoid lever may be caused by
buy 'wa"ter ir'om a w eTeom nv-their ?'T T" ,a"t "" "I"!
well water in many en, lieing efear an I SJSSp"1 tl" f"" m"1
pure ana that of the water company
probably muddy and unwholesome.
It is difficult to see, however, where the
hardship comes in when, as in Ashevillc,
the city water is remarkably pure ; run
be had by opening a faucet instead of
lifting from thirty to ninety feet of wet
rope and a heavy bucket; and where the
charge for several families using from one
hydrant is hardly more than nominal.
Cool Spring correiHiiiilencc: The far
mers arc all in their stubble fields nnd it
the weather continues favorable the
land will all soon be broken. There is n
good prosiiect for a corn crop, above the
average, this full, if the water doesn't
get it again. Cotton is growing too
much since the rain and some of the far
mers arc afraid the growth will cut the
crop somewhat short.
line of the hales of cotton that was
Drought to town Thursday was raised
ItlmsUlH lh lorM liver, sir (-!
naf lit)fll;tlvors;uiiii. rs;nlat)lue
la, and r uaualod e aa
la malarial itUtrlrta thalr vlrlnaa ar
Hldalj ronlaad.a,l iiy piMtroo per-
liar proportion In f rc-lntr I hoayalcm
rrm lual poloon. J-:u-KMnlv angar
eoatod. (Ma anaall. frlco, saela.
Office, 30 & 4 1 Park Place, X. To
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, aud I lin o
bottles of S. S. S. cured me ixtiiiu
neatly. Wallace SIann,
Jluimvlllc, I. T.
Our oook on Blood aud Sklu Disease;
Bwiw Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Dui'iiuj,' this inoiiUt wc in
tend to clean out nil Mummer
Wehnveuot n Inriro stock
of Lawns, both nliiin.strined
and checked, which we will
close out nt New York cost
Ladies' rim Pnrnsols We
have a few left that are worth
a.r0 to .4.00. but w will
closo t hem out at-1f2.00 each,
these arenicedesmiliie uooils
ana aregoni"' a I a haru-ani.
v have a good line ot La
ies' Fine Dress (Sooils an
iriininms which we oiler at
tt reduced price. A uooil
tock ol Sat was and (i ins
It will nay you to examine
air hue of Fa hie Linen Tow
A fTeat reduction tit every
me, as we arei!,oin- to maki
a clean sweep ot nil siiiiiinei
. 1 -i I - !1 ,
iroous n ciose prices win do
WM. R. PENNIAUN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Acbevllle, N. C.
I, o. Boa I.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
CAHTIAN w- n?iae . at I-to- X7" "rT55JB,"J Si".
yAUllUn warranted, an avoir Mir I " stk .oJo1
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
Fine Calf and Lace: Waterproof CdvtU&w
The eXffIlrnr at1i1 Mln nnalltlsa no hla ahna.
rrtnnot bf bettf r buwu thaaby lhetn)ng udon
uu'uup ui im inoiwauas or coniu.Dt wewvitv
500 (pnitlne Iland-rwe4t an 1nmnt u4
at V Hall ilrwaua Hh.u. ovl.ul, aua
400 llniid-Rf wrd Well. A flno OAlf bhoi
uufqualltHa for style and durability. ,
ooMimiiypir tvrii m we WAuaai-a arm
Kiln), at h uonular nrlMa.
380 Pnllrrmunrn Hhoa (a Mm-clallr adapted
for rai Imad men, farmer. te.
Ail niatle lu Conurvm, Jlutum and Laea.
hnvf hwn mot favorably nwHved alnw Introducoj
A modern first cIiihh hotel. Hot unrl cold water and hatha and toilet ah m
Illcctrii' bvlla in cvtrv room, (irn tin- in otticc und irrutva in bed room a. niiw Hit.'
room, tuncb counter, viar anc! new stand nnd bnr nnd billiard room on 6 rat floor Blee
trie atret t enra puna door every .o nliiutra. KicbnionU nnd Danville railroad vaUnir houae'
JO minute for i.h'uU.
RATKS, J.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HAiXVBURTON, Prop.
nil Out n-i-i'lit lninniviniiiiti moko thiim ouiwriur
U any nlim'i mtUl at thi'm nrlrt-a.
Atab v.uir Donlttr. ni,,l If hi, M.rt Mnnh wu muI
dln-ct lo rai-Uiry pnolitalng oUTitrtliuil prloo. or a
poatai for ortli-r Mnnka.
, 1.. UULULAS, Brockloa, Ha
I'llR RAI. IS 11V
WEAVER & MYERS,
MT. Ml'ITlUCLL IIOTIil.,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
l.3ll l'l-:U HAY. 5 TCI 7 I'liR WliliK.
Ni-urt't In ChlniiH.v Ruck, Ciilnulm
KiiIIh mill Mitt-lu-ll'a I'cak.
Illlyl lil'Jin SI'HAi 1 11 MllORIt.
J. M. IIHVAN ami WALTKR ORKKN, ClerbH.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity..
Wc deliver ti nil r ri ul the city imr own HnttllnK lixmirt Uccr nt
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
THK I.KADINO '
. WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE .
IN THK 8TATK.
FINK SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. . naroi'ariit, mvt. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
50STIC HKOS. Jc W'ltKl
AO. 11 .. ( otll't Npi
Xc- limine, newly furnlnlicil, nil mo Icrn
iiiiproviiiirnta. lame ruunia, Hood tnlile
MRS. 91. C. CiOOUK,
M College HU
Aent (or Rrrm Creek Woolen Mllla,
North Mnin Aahevlllc. N. C
W. A. Hi.aiic. .1. V. Uiiow.v.
va . m a atiuu J 1UZ I
v ' IVS m aa. EBB. a." l
'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND fjOAX P ICE.
".k i ...... .... . I 11 M,'m'.v ndviiiieeil nn Wnli-lico, tilunmniU I
'u t . i , iivf ii-iiiii , ii mi in
: , c: , i . . . .
lit our inciKis nun ih inn
io j'tHMNUiy in i)iii mill ex
1'i ti'il stin k
FOR 8 ALU BY-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Ashevillc, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
mil v.-irio other nrtlelea.
1.1 North Main Nlrccl.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Ho a asr, ta Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
u , .t 1 t ... i"r.h mnii i.iuimiiir wnn n.liwfl
Theremnopliicematlikklyaittlcd city l.y n c..l.rcl man on Mr. kouac't plan
Tub final blow tin. fallen. Tlic force
bill is now not only dead but dcndi-nt.
Ex-Governor Fire Alarm Furnkcr, of
Ohio, lupporti it,
IS THE EDITOR l. f
The Waynrnvillc Courier has reii.
peared, reinvigorated and rehabilitated,
and will itny a while thil time. It clc
ervestoliveandTiiR Citizkn btict it
The StntcRville Lantlinark ii one of the
newiieat pnr in North Carolina. Hut
it ii all wrong in it typhoid-fcver-wcll-
water remark thin wivk. Head up on
the lulijcct, Mr. Caldwell,
See what a big heart Editor Duller, of I mark
the Clinton Caucasian, ha : "We must
apoloKiie to our readers for being behind
with the Caucniian Inst week. Itrother
terome'i printers on the Chriitinn lycaf
let itruck without notice, su we got out
his paper for him with our force, which
put ui behind."
The Bryton City Herald was the Kor-
est printed paper in North Carolina this
week, but the editor feeli worse about it
than anyone else possibly could. The
Herald had, howerer, an admirable ar
ticle on Swain county s resources, from
the pen of Col. J. D Cameron, of Aihe
Tille, that was markedly interesting and
' Tbaplaguc of Speaker Reed'slife during
mc htctcui Eunfrrcoo nas ocen Longrcss
man Rogers, of Arkansas, who has stood
op 1a in no,,, timcBI,d Bnd de.
' aoaaeed him. Mr. Rogers is a natire of
Bertie coanty. N. C, and a first cousin of
an. j. 1. weoo, oi stateiTllle.
launn. until nines were on the same
wugon, but the colored man who did the
loading, put his own in front, so it was
the first to enter the city, and got the
prize nfn ten dollar suit'of clothes that
Mi-Mrs. I'titclilrr and kern hml nlTrml
lor the tir.t hnlc. (.oldsltoro Dispatch
iu lu.t week s l.atiilmurk a retiirst
was made by Tiik ClTiZKNjfnrthe name
(if the man who had made $20,000, or
uarca up a unit in unit amount, on
farm worth $1(1,000. Itis name is . C
Hrnwlev. The onlv thino- in whirh I
have misrenresrnteil him is the value of
His tnrm. l said it was vnlued at less
man 10,000 and I have since been in'
lormctl tlutt It was nut mure than fi,
000. I did not mean to be understood
that he had made the entire 9L0,IH)0 in
the five years, but that he had settled
the debt with money made on the farm,
which is true In every sense. Moore-
vine correspondence Btatcsvi e Land
MHce Over J. II. Law's Store, South Main
With go. (inc.
Pilling with .liter or malsm....6ilc. tu7nc.
iuM....n l.oo and upward,
rt of teeth so. on.
Heat oct uf teeth $H.oii.
Nn hotter made, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
ooma S and 6, McAfee Dulldlnu,
I'alton Avenue. Aahevlllc, N. C
rait Till LlatlTKII to Till
liye, liar, Throat and Noae
on 1(1 ritf
Which we arc offi't'itijrati'ock
bottom prices. Undi'i tiikitia:
a spet-inl fentum Calls at
tended day or ninht.
Telephone, day 75, night 03
BLAIR & BROWN.
JJ'SSOM- I'll in NilTlCB.
A-oihvii.i.k. v c ulv Hll. IN'nv
Wc Ihi- un;leriii;iied htiie tl'li. i'Iii.i dlnMilved
on-ir nel'MIIIO IIV nillllllll eonkt-nt. I i'.
Iliown rellr HKiinil tnklmi ihi- lln nnd i-iiimli.
nc lMltti.1- . in roo.n Ull-'er -lor.v nnd ThnH I
W. Thnodl Inklnu the i-nllrc toek In Minn. I
.-mil will IIHfltloie mi vm, III ol nil ,lelt I
ihc fit m 'nnd will colli ct nil mvonnta due aoitl I
"I'm. .c IIKIIU'N.
Tiiaii W. TllHAali.
The lltl(!cr.llllcl nm-e fomiftl n niiin.lnM,.
hi under the linn nimc of Thnd W. Thraah
jv lo lor t'u- intrtioM- oi doltiK a irrncral
wrui-Ki-ry aim nouac l-uinlnioiE ulncaa.
1 MAO W Tiihakii.
J M. TllMAHH.
The liniVrtdL'tird will eondni-t iM.nj.rnl .In.
nine mill plu.uliiiiK liunineaa in Imminent in
.oi ornnene am iinlcn. lor work left In store
will receive prompt attention.
A No ctitrnnre on Collrirc tnvt. I
''V JU aT- a, aaaV
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDINGJJBATHJ ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CtOSET.
.,-lr!?!'.Vthn!"5f "V ?ntlm. ,ak- ,'"rlor "nJ deception lloll nnlahed In Uuarur
Sowed (ink i ll. iiniicd with Uneruatn.Wnlton.
I-or fui titer imortnntlon call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jcircron Drive.
Dealers in Wall Paper, M lndow8hadesand Patent Bansren.
Paints, Oil. and Varnishes,
Miuury'a Mixed Palnta and Color..
French and America
We keep in stock Ht. t.ouLond Krntuckv Lead.
Window Olaao, both.
of all In leavenlne; atrm
A cream of tartar baking powder. Hlftiieot
rail In leavenlne atrmirth u. a. rto.rni.
snent Report, Asfiist 17, 1S. alya41y
M. A. NEWLAND
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice In the 10th and lath Judicial
nlatrti-t. of North Carolina and In the Su
preme Court and the Prdcral Court of the
nrairm mainci oi Moru Carolina.
riiao. P. UavinooN, Thos. A. Jonas
aii, jaa. aa.RT.n, Aarcvillo,
IJAVIIIHON, MARTIN JONKB.
Attorners and Cnunorllor at Law,
Aahevlllc. N. C.
Will practice la the 1 1 th and 1 3th Judicial
UlotrtcU, and la the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Prdcral Court of the
Weateni lilatrlct of North Carolina.
KMcr io nana of AonoTtiie. duel
J( A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, onodflcatlono and t.tlm.t.. a.r.
olahed. All work la my line contracted for,
ana no caarsv. for arawino oa contract.
Keforencc when deotred.
flfflcol No. la llrndrv ttlnak. North rnHn
. . . .. .. . . .
mimrw, i.n.Ti.io, pi. I., Rhiadly
R. H. SRSVBS, D.D.S. I It. K. SMITH. D.D.B
Drs. Reeves Smith.
la Connally Bnunins. mar Redwood's Store.
. .iwn jftt.nov.
Torth .strarlod withoot nain. with ik.n.
onwatnouo, ana an nw or irreauianty cor
. RAMSAY, D.D.S.
la aaraard nlldlnowaatraaooa.
Avrnuc and Mala Stroot,
The entire .lock ul
Inctudlna fine Ilrooihra, lluttona and lirucc.
1-3-0 HE-THIRO OFFI-1-3
Reaardleu of coat, no we intend la the luture
tn keep nothlnir hut Holld Oold anil
Stcrhna Silver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
' UIJU I n UM lljfa
,. a MONTHLV aitKNISS
BMDFIEID REBUIATOR CO. ATLANTA Bk.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
IllUSTSATEO IS COLORS; a psrfaet Work orrtl
ISO Pauei) Now ready. Books fr.., poiug ISo.
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ia. uv., ST. LOUIS. MO.. U.I.A.
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Houth Main Ht. Aahevllle.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE I
Burn In tnv Lama wlihn,,, w.. .i
Exploding or taking firs. Ses that you
get th genuine. For tils b
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
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SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALKM, N. C.
0LDE8T FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
ESTEY. FISCHER. GESAR'S HEAD
Th. World Famous, unequnled, uncscellcd,
durable and beautiful
The With Annual Rcnalon begin. Auauat
JHih, Ihiio. Reaiatcr for last year am. H-
cinl fcuturcai I he Isevelopmeiit of
Health. Character and Intellect,
Uulldlnii. thnrnuKhly remodeled. Fully
ctiilied Preparatory, CollrHinte and Po.l
Graduate lirpnrtmcnta, licaldcs (I rat cluaa
schools in Manic, Ijinsuavea, t'oni
marclal ana ladantrlal aiadlea.
JOHN H, CLHWKLL, Principal.
Are recommended hy the beat artlata. Come
and examine our goods before buying- else
where at No. 87 I'attoa avenue. Tuning
ana repairing a spednlty.
0. M. WILLIAMS CO.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF I
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
TO WEAK MEN
u,:o,t ,c onibi'iiie, Faiiikss lo Use.
Accommodation, the very best this moun
tain country eaa afford. Terms reasonable
af poaalbts to moke them. Milliard., pool,
bowling alley, ball room, mu.lc, etc.
F. A. MILES, M. D.,
otaorlno from th. oftoovi of vonthfttl i
aonay, waaUng woaknnM, lost manhood, etc. X wl
ooa vainabi. btatUM tooalodi Mnuljlng full
T"! home onra, PRK of charge. A
n". whi wura i anoniu i roaa by orort
mmm w-.w,.,,a-Ma auorooft
wrm a. a ans-sua. a ooa us, Coaa.
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Proprietor. & NEWS STAND
Prics.tl.O. DolibsUSnieglsU. Scntly
SUla paJus Bnbbsr Byrln. te
FOR SALS BY
AYMR SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0
tias received a fine line of Park a Tllford in.
ported Cigars) also the popular brands of
plug chewlhg tobaco Calhoun, B. P. Orave-
no 1. nd.t .ii .7 ""''n"""- Can ley's Best, Stmt's AAA A of line cat chew
he found at all times at Graham's Cotton
Factory. . tobacco, Olobe, Bagley'a Mayflower,
K. H. URITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'DER.1
Also grading of all kinds done. All order.
promptly niieu and work guaranteed,
SEPTEMBER 3. 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of nil the hnndanmr and vnlunlde property
Ihnt hits liem nnVred in Aahevllle, none corn'
parable to the unbroken forest of over On
Hundred Acres divided and subdivided into
the most bcautllul Iota aad tracts, lying
Tlio Ilouleviinl oft lie City, ;
About one-third being within city limits aad
the remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only one mile from Court Suuare (10 mio-
nte.t drive) and on the best and moat nonular
drive leading to the country. There la a lab
yrinth of avenues and streets bring ball!
through th. ee grounds under the nn-nMn
of one of the tlnest engineers la the Suu,tfc.
The Ints snd tracts will range In Slia from la
aire to a to S acres, ths targes plats covering!
some of the moat beautiful and Dktureooun
elevations tu lis found In a day's Journey,
Send for plat of the property to
Nats AtkitaHon & Son.
nollBVILlsB, Ne V.
Bdltor Ashevllle Cltlsea)
That our many Mends may know haw
art getting on ws will stats that wo i.k
la Hotel aad Store
0.000 In 7It Week a.
Took hi last Saturday over T00. 78 af
that was hotel, balanes store. Hotel regis
tered as that day. Had 6,000 arrival fas
month.. Our stock Is mammoth ana
long and IS see, wide. Toll the Iwlaas of
the world to com. and ore "Old Chx." ii.
and bay goods of a aad save to ta Ba owe
Chesapeake aad Concord.
aovJS 4tf S. 1. CUBDBSTBR a ana.
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