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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1800.
A tmuhlmnnui akin ftM.n
I caused roe to scratch fur ten
' month, ami hw lwMn I i
a few days use of 8. 8. 8. 7
M. H. Wolff,
Upper Marlboro, Md.
I wan mred several vent nan of
whltn swelling in niy leg by ihe lino of
8. 8. 8., and nave had no symptoms of
any return of Die disenso. Many prom
inent plivHlcians attended mo nod all
failed, but 8 8. 8. diil Hie work.
Johnson City, Ten.
TroatiM! on Blood Skin Diieaael
Swift Smscikic Co.,
ut ISficI Kwl v
I'KOFHSSIOKAL CA KUS.
W. STUART LEECH, M. D ,
PHYSICIAN AND NURUEON,
I MVi-rtt hta proirMiiiiiil M'rvlct'H lu the citixena
of A.licvilU- nml theMurroiiildliiK country.
III'I'ICK Knoin K McAfee lliiil.llntt.
Hiit'KS ill n. m. In I p. ni uml 4 to II i. m.
TI!l.l'.l'lliNK llrmld Cmtriil Hotel.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
f. . Hail 57. I Hendry lilocfc.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
fficc over J. l. I.w'a Htore, South Main
rUlruetJoK - 3c.
' With gna , tlllc.
lilting with Hllver oramalgiim . .flOc. io7nc.
" " gold .,....$1.00 anil upwnrd.
Mel of teeth Sil.no.
Unit aet of teeth tx.oo.
No tiettef mnde, no matter what you pay.
ttiitt.lm-tion g unnoticed.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Roonm a anil 0, MeAfc-e HtlllrlinK,
I'n t loii Avenue, Aahcvillc, N. C.
ACTICS I.IMITKII To TIIK
live, Ear, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawi
Will practice In the tilth and 12th Judicial
Jil.trtcla of North Curolinn and in Ihc lu
firemr Court and the Pcdrrnl Courl of the
Wmlern liiatrlct of North Carolina.
'J'iiko. P. IIAVIIiaoN, Tuna. A. Jonf.
Knlrigh. Ja.. . Mautin. A.rrvilli
BJAVIIIMIIN. MARTIN . JIINlirl.
Attorneva anl Couiiei-llnr il l.tiw.
A.hrvillc, N. C.
Will iiraittee In the 1 1 III nnd lllth Jiiillrlnl
lil.lcicta. anil In the Hiion-im- Court ih K'rth
Carolina, nnd in the 1'r.lrriil Court. l un
Wi-atem lil.trict of North Cnrolinn.
Krlrr to Hunk of Axhevl'le. iliac I
Architect and Contractor.
Pinna, aieelAcntlona uml eatim.tea fur
nl.hed. All work in my line contracted for,
ami no rhnrgra for ilrawinaa on contract,
Krfrrrncca when dealred.
liniee: Nn. I J Hendry llloek. North Court
Kquarr. Aahevllle. N. C fehludly
-t. II. MKKVKS, P. II S. II. K. SMITH, II. M.S.
Dr. Reeves ft Nrulth.
la Connally nuuoina. otvr Kcdwood'a Htore,
Teeth extracted without pain, with thenew
atia-alhetlc, anil all caae. of IrrcaTulartly eor-
J P. KAMnAV, I). D.S.
I Office i
liver the National Hank of Aaltevllle, Mur
ium! Ilullilinu. Kealdence, IIU Charlotte at.
LESSENS PAIM .Cii Tfl I IFF rt.
DIMINISHES DOTH ER F
BRAOflOO RCGULAT01 CO. atjJNTAqa
r MMiM AW ALL nKUUttMim. an
SSU SVAU QtiiHSm
rpUM dV w1 9
The Ani-at dlaplny. you will ace In the wln
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PATTON AVENUE
IMorlda oranav eanea, natural hsndlr.
wllh earvlnaialao I'paa wuotl, He Ornpe,
I'atmcltu, llalaam, lllnek Mnnarovc, llnmllla.
All fanrlly enrved.
tij - a . .
Mom. in-oplr nitrre wllh Thr Bun', opinion,
shout men and thtnKM and aome ieopl
don't i hut everybody 1 1 lira to art hold of thr
ttrw.iiitiirr which fa never (lull and acver
afrnld tn aiicak Ita mind.
iH-moernti. know that Air twenty yrars
The Hun hna fought In thf front line fnr Ih-m
m-rntic nrliielplra, never wavering or weak
ening In Ua loyalty to the trurlntereata of the
party It nerve, with fearlraa Intellisync, nnd
Ill.lntere.ted vigor. At limes opinion, hnv.
nine ml .. to ine lieat mean, of aeenmpll.h-
I nit the common purpoaei It I. not The
Inn', fnult If It hat seen further Into th. mill
.tone. Kiahleen hundrrd and ninety la the year
Ihnt will iirolmiilv d.trrmlne the rr.ultnf-.hr
I'rraldriillnl elrrtlnn of laiill, anil arhai
Ihe fortune, ol the Ik-morra.-y for the feat of
Ihr ernlnry Victory In INiitf I. a duly, and
hc healnnlnaof INliO I. the heat Mm. to. tart
nut in company with The Bun.
pally, per month o.no
Pally, par year ;,,.. 6.00
Hunday, tier year 1,00
Pally anil ntindny, Mr yen. B.00
tially and Sunday, per month o.yo
Weekly, on. year I.oo
AddrecHt TMK HUN, Now Verk.
NONSENSE OF DIPLOMACY.
B. HARRIMON TO VICTORIA,
UHKAT AND GOOO.
A Funny ThliiK Tliat Mhnuld Not
Occur In a ReBiuMlcat All How
ever, It's Harmleaa.
Prom the Washington 8tur.
The funniest thinn in connection with
thia government's diplomatic relntiona is
the letters sent to the president of the
United States by the rulers ol other na
tions nnnoiinciiiK births nnd such events
in sovereign Inmilies. Such communica
tions are the custom among the powers,
ami there is n stereotyied torinjfor them.
For instance, on the occasion ol the Inst
important domestic hnpeiiinu; in the
household ol (Jiiccn Victorian letter clime
from hrr to President llnrrison ns fol
lows: Victoria. Oucen of Omit lltilnin, Ittnprcsa of
Indln, IK lender of thr Pnllh, Ac , ic , to
Henjnmin llarriaon, rrtaidrnt of the United
fiHKAT ANBfloon Phihnii! I hnve the Dlena.
ureVif nnnouncing to you the birth of a line
hoy on the 3tat blatant to my KrnmldnUKh
ter, the Prince! Henry of nnttenberg, who
ia doing as well ua enn lie expected. Thia
event will doiilitlcaa cement th- cortlial reln-
tlona cxlMtina hetween our (Governments.
vour goon inenii,
This letter is written on ruled blue pa
lter, and to it President Harrison replies,
on white vellum piticr in a big sheet, as
Ghkat anp Cihiii Priknii: I have received
the plenannt newa conveyed to me tiv vour
eointnnn.eut'on of the aad inat , nnd urn Kliul
that the happy event came on aafely. It ia
my earncat prayer and exiiectntlon that the
aiiin event win atrcnatneti tnc'-omi.oi nnittv
and frd-nil.liip which ao happily auliai.t be
tunn our two go- ernmenia.
Vour aood Irirnd.
It is worth notinur that the president
never sees these letters Irnm oueen victo
ria nnd other snvcreiuns nt nil. and the
replies, which nrc written in nn elcijuni
SiH.-ne.riun hand by a $1,L'l)0 clerk in the
department ol tlic state, arc merely liiKcn
to him for his signature. Such is the
mineseiise ol diplomacy.
Renlored Hla Cheerfulncaa.
Prom the Columhua Newa.
It was in Bssrx street the other day
that a gamin of twelve found n young
ster of six or seven crying on the curb
stone, and when he asked what was the
matter, the latter replied :
"1 I lost n cent!"
"Lost a cent, eh? Well, that's bad.
Her vc hunted all over ?"
"I'd give ye n cent if I hntl one, but I'm
oroKc. i am i got no gum, nsu nooaa,
marbles, or string cither."
The youngster Iwgnn weeping afresh.
"Say, I'll promise to take you to the
museum next voir."
The tears increased.
"I'll come around here with un apple
"Say, I' ve got it ! If ye'll stop crying
I II I'll let you lick me."
"You are too big." soblKtl the other.
"No, I hain't. I'm biggcr'n you, but I
hain't got no grit. Any boy enn lick me.
"May I lick you?"
"Yea. Now I'll get down on tnv stom
ach, nnd you just pile on to me and ham
mer till 1 holler."
He took position, the little one piled on
and pounded him about the shoulders till
he cried "enough." And wlien tliey got
up the small boy wits rallinnt and cx-
i "liiiln't I make you holler, though!
j Now I'll go home nnd lick my two sis-
Troth In the lalilp'a lAIC.
Prom Ihc Travvler'a Keeord.
Iiuring a certain voyage of nclownciiat
vcksrl the mate, who usually kept the
log, livcnmc intoxicated one day mid was
unable to attend to his duty. As the
mini very rarely committed the offence
the captain excused him and attended to
the log himscll, concluding with tins:
"The mate has been drunk nil day."
Next day the mate was on deck and
resumed his duties. "Looking at the log
lie discovered the entry the captain had
made and ventured to remonstrate with
"What was the need, sir," he naked
"oftiutting Unit down on the log?"
"Wasn't it true?" asked the captain.
"Yes, sir; but it doesn't seem necessary
to enter it on the log."
"Well," said the captain, "since it was
true, it had better stand ; it had licttcr
The next day theenptnin had occasion
to look at the log, and at the entry which
the mute had made was found this item:
"The captain has been sober all day."
Hie captain summoned tbc mate and
thundered : "v hnt did you mean uy put
ting down that entry ? Am I not solier
every day r
"Yes, sir: but wasn't it true?"
"Why, of course it wus true!"
"Well, then, sir," said the mate, "since
it was true, I think it had licttcr stand
it hntl belter stand."
Ielt Town for tn s-m m.
Prom the New York Hun.
A rising young lawyer in one of the
river counties, who was a member of the
legislature some twenty years ago, mar
ried the daughter of a rural clergyman
living not a irreot distance from the city.
and came to the conclusion that there
was more money for him in dairy farm
ing than in law or politics. He mnde a
study of the methods of the larger hotels
in connection with the supply ol eggs,
butter nnd milk, nnd acted ujain the re
sults, Gilt edged butter, large sited eggs
and pure milk would always bring a
high price, he fountl, and he determined
to deal in no others.
It was bard work at first, even when
he had secured contracts, and he had to
toil early and late, in nil sorts of weather
to keep bis supplies up to the standard
nntl sntisly his customers. Few would
have recognized the elegant young states
man in the weather beaten, roughly at
tired contractor, nnd society was ready
to criticise his folly and pity his wile.
Hut he persevered, and in the enn ne nna
his reward, lint ter and eggs have paved
his way to fortuuc, and be can now leave
the hard work to his lieutenants. At no
time does he grieve at having abandoned
lirofessional hie for the farm and dairy.
The irala Thing.
Hick man (making his will r "I have
no near relatives. I have brother."
.nwyer "Hrother! Isn't he a near rel
ative?" Sk-k man "No, sir. He lives
in Auatrnlia."-West Shore.
Lnurn "8usnn Is as vain as she can
he." Bessie "What makes you think
so ?" Lnurn "The conceited thing goes
nround saying that everybody tells her
she looks like ire. ' Texas Sittings.
Uiiixam "I see that the Herman gov.
ernnicitt thinks of making North Alance
l.orrninc ns independent duchy." Mad
dux "Of course if it were Duchy it
wouldn't be so Hrenchy." Harper's Ha
sar. "If women ever become railroaders, 1
can recommend Bridget as 11 brakewo
man," sighed Mrs. Snnggs, ns she gnxed
at the latest accumulation of broken
crockery. 1'ittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
A VERY OLD FRIEND.
I had jiiHt come out of the poKtofnce,
wlten I rnught sight of a face that Beeiued
familiar to rue. It wnh that of a man of
about my own age, with bronzed feat
ores and a somewhat attenuated figure.
As I was trying to recall when and where
1 had seen him buforn, our eyes met, nnd
I immediately perceived that onr recog
nition had been mutual; for ho came to
ward me with a frank expression of
pleasure and held out bis hand, saying,
"Hello, old follow, who'd have thought
of seeing ynn here?" I don't know wliy
he said thia, and of course 1 don't at
tempt to defnnd it, but it is a style of
address affected by somu men who are
as profoundly astonished if tlii-y meet
you in a restnnrnut as if tlioy had run
across you in the mines of .Siberia. 1
felt a little bit annoyed lit his want of
originality: however 1 Kiniled pleasant
ly and said as 1 shook hands, "Well, if
you come to that, who'd have thought
of seeing yon here?"
We stood opposite each other for a few
seconds; 1 nimpering somewhat emptily
at the nature of our greeting and strug
gling to recall his name: nnd he with his
head slightly on one side and an ex
presaionof courteously suppressed amuse
ment on hla face, as if my presence 011
tha steps of the postofnee was one of
those inexplicable freaks of chance for
which It ia hopeless to seek to assign any
reasonable law. I gave him a few
seconds to digest his astonishment, and
then, feeling that the ailonoo whs be
coming a little embarrassing, I said in
consequently, "Well, what have you
been doing all this time;" "Well." he
replied, "I've been in Australia, yon
know." "Oh, ah!" I ejaculated, as if it
bad for a moment slipjied my memory;
"why, you went there" nnd I hesi
tated, as though calculating the exact
day of his departure. "Three years
ago." he put in shortly, "and quite long
1 ran over in my mind my acquaintance
of three years ago. but could recall no
trace of a recollection of my new com
panion; so, to gain time and to gather
fresh Information, 1 asked, "And what
sort of a time havoyou had?" "Oh, much
about the aame as before," ho answered,
with a alightly puxxled air.
I candidly admit that the sensible
thing for me to have done would have
been to own up and admit that I had
forgotten luy friend's personality. ln
fortnnately. I am one of those painfully
constituted ieople who shrink with nerv
ous horror from anything in the nature,
of an explanation, and, in addition, I felt
that I hail gone too far to cry off with
out some appearance of sincerity. Be
sides, he seemed to congratulate himself
so warmly upon what lie insisted upon
looking on as our providential meeting
that my lips were sealed and 1 felt con
firmed in the idea that if I let things
slide a little longer his minio would re
cur to my mind.
He had slipped his arm through mine
as we walked up town, with an easy
sense of good fellowship, and said: "Of
course yon'll dine with me this evening.
Now, don't you say yon are engaged," he
added, aa 1 hesitated for an instant be
tween my desire to have more of my
companion and my disinclination to dine
nnder false pretences: "ynn know they'll
be awfully disappointed if they hear 1
nave met yon and let you off without 11
long talk and I joiu them to-morrow."
1 felt constrained to consent against
my better judgment and added, iu a
playfully solicitous mannor, "And how
are they all?"
"Oh, they are all tiptop all except the
colonel, after a pause and with a slight ly
subdued air; "I don't think be has ever
quite got over that affair."
"Ah," I rejoined, shaking my head
sympathetically, "one doesn't get over
that sort of thing in a day; but the
"What others?" be said bluntly.
1 hesitated, and rejoined vaguely
"Were there not some others?"
He pondered heavily for a few sec
ond before replying, "Yes, I believe
there were some others, but they made
1 was just murmuring, "Very likely
not," when he turned to me abruptly
and said, "1 hope you don't think hi
came badly out of that business:'"
His hand seemed to relax its pressure
on my arm, aa If he was preparing him
self for some censure or coldness on my
I felt touched by this little proof of his
sansitiveni-sa to my giaid upini mid
pressed his fingers aa I rejoined warmly,
"I never heard any one sjiciik otherwise
than highly of his conduct in the mat
ter." He stopiied and said shortly: "Why.
who know anything alxmt it? 1
thought yon and I had it all to onr
lelvea." Yes, yes," 1 faltered, and added, in-
consequently, "you know you have been
sway for some time, old fellow."
It did not seem to tit In very well; but
be accepted it as an argument, and said:
"There ia something In that, but don't
let people talk alsiut It. I know he re
lies npon you and mn."
There was something so touclitiiir In
tne reaanre or rnistinKiinwii cnal a glow
of (ympathetio affection wanned my
heart, and 1 resolved on the mt that
his confidence should not lie misplaced.
Come what might, the secret of that old
man' lifo should never lie betrayed by
me. Others might make it a subject of
club gossip or tea table tlttlo tattle, but
no word of mine should add 0110 drop to
tha enp of bittern that hail Into
placed at his liM, There are passagi In
the live of all of ua which we would
wish to have buried in oblivion the
thoughtless follies of youth, tho un
worthy ambitions of manhood, and th
selfish jealousies of old age. Who Is
there that can stnnd up and say there Is
no episode in his life he would not have
xpnnged, forgotten or condoned?
W haxl turned into a restaurant for a
bit of dinner, and those thoughts passed
through my mind as we ato our fish, My
companion pondered sadly for a few sec
onds, and then, shaking himself together
a tbongh to throw off an unpleasant
train of thought, said, mora easily.
"Now, tell me about yourself, your wifo
Before I had time to reflect npon what
might lie the result of my disclosure I
blurted ont the simple truth, "I have no
He looked intensely surprised as he
said: "My dear fellow J am very sorry.
I never heard"
tin tiniiaerl Inniiirinirlv. and nimfn I
blurted out, "I never had one."
A look of extreme pain spread over bis
face aa he heard this. He leaned across
the table, and laying hi hand on lulne
aid, with infinite sympathy: "I seo it
alb I ought not to have asked yon.
forgive me, old fellow, and forgot that
I have aald those words."
I gave him a clammy hand and turned
away lest lie should detect the conscious
guiltiness of my face. I had become
confirmed in a suspicion that haxl been
gradually dawning iijion my mind that
1 had never sot eyes upon my host be
fore that dny. and that I had been car
ried away by souio inexplicable chance
resemblance to some remote acquaint
ance and by his own apparent cordial
recognition of myself, There were no
blinking the facts, however. Everybody
that he mentioned was a total stranger
to me, while every incident that I men
tioned with a view to drawing him out
seemed to find his mind a blank.
My sole object now wan to extricato
myself from my false, position without
detention. I got absolutely and bojie
lessly involved in fable and falsehood,
and lifter having thus lightly taken away
thogood name of the suppositious mother
of my children a sort of despair took pos
session of me, and a wild desire to avoid
exposure or explanation at any cost.
The dinner was good, the wine excel
lent, und my host geniality itself. We
sat lato and drank freely, and over our
cups I liliif-h to think of tlio K-uple I mar
ried, the old friends I bul led, and the
characters I took away. But he would
have news, and what was I to do? Much
of my information seemed to afford him
matter for astonishment, and often he
ejaculated, "You don't tell me sol" as I
conveyed somu specially startling piece
However, the time for departure came
at last, nnd my mind was torn with con
flicting desires to escape detection and
to ascertain his identity.
"You'll ennui nnd see lis!" he said cor
dially, as wo parted.
"Yes, certainly," I replied: "but where
uru you putting up now?"
"Oh, the same old quarters," he re
"What is the best way to got there?" 1
asked, us a last hi ipe.
"You can't do better than take aeab,"
ho said, and 'e parted never to meet
again. True Flag.
When I wax MinifwIiAl younger
1 wax rtvkotiisl puny u-n)-;
I had my lllnif nt everything
Iu n rellt-kiir. cull lull way.
But limes lifive atmiue-ly altered
Huui' stxly eni iik'o.
Tills iiL-e nf sh-iuii un' lliitiKa don't aei-m
1.11,1 tin- aie-1 used tn know
Your IIUHlegi llin-tt.'tliuilM
ISin't suit me. I i-iiuri-KK,
Ah dul Hie u.iya of Hie klmI ol' dnya
Hut I'm k-ellln' mi. 1 -rtii-Ha-fi
I act ihi tin piaxxa
An' liileli reiiuil W illi Hie huh;
Hoiiietluies. mn-. Imp. I lake u nap,
W.-iillu' lilim-lii-iil I. ilime
An' II I I' ll II11- -liilili-. il
Tll- lllilll-s I ilulie ill yelllll.
An' near as I can (a. a vi-uet-nhlo man)
1 Mick In I In- liemul truth
Put lite leeks iirilu-m 'nl li-acn
Mel-Ill iiiiii-IIuii-h teexpri-ss
Tin n-uielu i'l'-i! Hint I'm Rene ynu aenl
llul 111 gi-nln' 011, 1 j-iiii-.
I get up in Ihe iiiemlu'.
An', not liln' else toilo,
Befnn- itie n-at an up nn" dre-wed
I read III.- ul--l-M llimtu-ti
1 bfiliur nrrHIII-1 nidi tile aitltlen
All day nuil luvir 'em talk.
An' wink- lliey m-w ur knit I show
Tin U-iiiy hew to uatk:
An" Minn-how I fivl swry
When they put away lila dn-sa
An' ems Ills curl. I'l-aiiM- tliey. like s glrl'a
I'm -.-ellln 011. 1 gilisia
Soiueiiuiec iviih twlllt-lit round mo,
I n1 er fts'tll lo -us.
A distnul alt-mi . here frienits of yuru
I.Itiii-i- tithl wulcli for 1111
Roiuwltiii-M I've lu-ered 'em cnllin'
That ll uluiiisi aeetneil like a dream I u reamed.
Or nn eelm ol lout ai-o.
An' aoiiielimea on my fur.hal
Tliere fall, n aoft rarew.
Or the imieh of a hand you uiidi-rMniid-
I in ki'IOo' on. I giiM-a.
Ttin flit-en Card In the Malt Hob.
There is a littlo groen card in use by
the iswtofuce department that is a terror
to careless letter carriers. It Is a terror
only when I hey have once laeii caught.
cry seldom, indeed, are they caught
the Hucoiid time. This card is dropped
lira letter lmx, and on it is marked the
time it was put in and also the time it
should Ihi taken out by tho carrier, A
record is kepi by the chief of the carriers,
and If that little card doc not torn up
with the other mall wllh which It is due
it ia clearly to lie seen that the carrier
bos not taken the mail from that partlo
The object, of course, is to test the
reliability of the carrier. Where there
is any complaint en the part of citixens
alsiitt the tardiness of local malls, then
a little green card is dropped in one or
more Isixes in tho district from which
tho complaint comes. Sometimes it
shows carelessness on the part of the
carrier and sometime it does not. It Is,
however, not necessary that there should
1st complaints, for frequently the eard
are put in the boxen of the moat efficient
men. Of course they are happy when
they discover them. But where a box ia
missed in which there I a green card,
I ben the carrier ia bound to get Into
trouble, and very serious trouble at that.
- Lewiston Journal.
Iious film t't
Lawyer (In justice' court) Now,
young lady, yon may take the stand.
Lady 1 en, sir, with pleasure.
Man (In a whisper) There, that doe
me np, She's my wife and aim's 40 year
old, but tho sugar nn that lrwysr'
tongue will cost 1110 (JtT3 for millinery be
fore the end of the month. West Shore,
Ch'ISA 77i.S" iiiniiv 11 iK'iv OHsiMrss,-
li'I.AI'!r.S iimnv 11 11 ulii oisiih-m;
A'.Tr.'.-i' tunny 11 dull hiiniiwnn;
MiSCt'HS itiiiny a ( biiHiiKim;
S.l VliS mmiv it wiliiif! Illinium;
I'KHSHK I 'liS ninny 11 irA'c Iiiihuh kh;
SiX't'MiS siirirsi in nny hmiitcn.
Tit iHlvertise iwlkiiiiinly, line tlie mil-
iiiiiim nl "llieLilirrn. Iivrn-lmily rtmln
it; uml in in inw li fi tbc niiirn it
Yivhl mini lours, ;( riccs fire tlie cntnit
cut in the tlllllltl v.
Tlie Anlicvllle t'lllien ulvv)
The luteal local news.
The frcsliesl Stale new.
The U'sl general news.
('viicrnl nnd ssvial ciiniiiunts.
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My wife used only two bottle of
"Mother s l-ncnn uciore ner intra con
finincnt. Says she would not be without
it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half
as much trouble as before. Dock Miles
Lincoln Parish, Lu.
Write Bradfield Rcculator Company
Atlanta, Ga., for particular. By all
Th Standard Coco of Europe.
Th Coming one of America.
Van Houten's has fifty ftr
cent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than Is ob
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world, certify to this immense
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rVi,n Hotms'i Ooooa ("coo. triad.
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ANDREWS ! !
108 miles weat of A.hevill. on the Murphy
branch of the Weatern North Carolina rail
road, 16 miles cast of Murphy, situated la
the heart of on of the most beautiful and
fertile valleys on the face of the earth. - Bur.
rounded by high mountains covered with
virgin forest, of magnificent timber. The
town lite and many adjoining acre, have
lately been proved, bycxten.lve boring., to be
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white nnd colored, of very fine quality.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THE KEY
to the situation. No other town near. Th
location la all that could lie dealred. Altltud
1800 fret above the aea.
Oreat marble ituarrie., furniture factories
cxtendve tanneries, lie, ic. 8 turner and
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON TltBSIMV, 8UPTUMBBR TUB 30TH,
THE OWNBR8 WILL. 8BL1
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
aa many lota aa the people want, not exceed
ing 400 choice bualneaa and realdencc lota, te
the highest bidder, and on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
onering a magnificent opportunity for every
body tn make money, on a small or large
scale, according to the number of luta pur-
Secure pruperty in thin Heautiiil I'aA
ler while you can. Reduced rates on
Railroad from Asheville and principal
TERMS OF SALE 1
line Kith caah, balance 1, a, 3 and 4 year..
at (ix per cent, intereat.
For plats and all other Information spplv
Gwyn & West,
Aahctillc, N. C.
Tuesday, Sept. 30th.
auSil dtaepte am we frl
RICHMOND & OANYILLE R. R. CO.
We. ter. North Carolina Wrlalou.
PAbHBNOBK TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In Rrracv March 31
TSth Meridian time uaed when not ntherwlac
A a 3am
" New Verk,
wsrrsousD. I No. 80 I No. B3T
Lv. New Vork,
S 40 p m
700 p m
607 p m
840 p m
Lv. Hot Rpriaga. Arr
Arr A.bevllle, Arr,
Ar. Hendenonvlllc, "
10 OB am
No. 18 (Daily emcept BnndayT
vioamL... Aanevine. Ar.
888 p m
1 68 p m
610 a m
3A4nml" RrvaonCltv. -
6 48 p ml " WratAeld, Lv.
No.. SO and 61. Pullman Slccuern betwre
Oreenaboro and Morrietown.
No.. 63 aad 83 Pullman Bnffet Bleeping
Car. between Hot Bjning. nd Wathingtoe.
A.lKTllle la Breakraat Btatloa for No. 60.
Hickory Is " " " 63.
W. A. WINBVRN, D. P A.,
Aaha-rlUe. N. C.
JAB. L. TAYLOR.O. P. A.,
wnanmgioa I' a:.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA6TB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aahe-rlth to Kanaa. City n 87 hrs.
Aaherllle to Denver In 81 boar.
Aahevllle to Baa Pranc-iaeo. California, aad
Portland, Oregon, In 6 dav..
Build Veatlbuled Train, nt. Louis to Kan
a. City. Reclining chair ear free.
For ran laiormatioa call oa or writ to
H. A. Ncwland,
THatrlct Paaarnger Agent,
No. 10 Pattoa At.., AaherUl., N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, III.
Street Car Schedule.
R ginning at T a. m. Bndlng 10.00 p. m
Car leavM Bqusr for all points oa tbc
hoar, aal twenty aad forty minutes there
Schedule cars connect at Square.
Traia car aad baggage ear meet verv
train. On. vails, allowed each paaaagtr.
Bag fag tranafnred from ail poiats ia th
dty for 98 cent.
THB A8HBV1LLB 8TRR1T IV. CO.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after thl. date- tha tbllowlnn arlwd.
ale. will be ran over It. "Columbia LMTMoa."
No. 68 Leave. Cotamtrla 8.30 p. m.
Arrival at caarM.toa..M v.au p. n.
No. 89 Lean. Charleston'..... 7.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. ll.nn a. ss,
CMBMtlna with Brala to aad from ad
anlau oa th. Charlotte. Colnmbi A Aal
rnl. and Colombia a OramTill. Railroad.,
T. M. BMBRBON, SB. PwM. At,
J. P. DBVIMa, Oaa. Bast.