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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1890.
feet." "Tender-feet" were the new,
OP ADVERTISING, limping arrivals; "self-risers" the same
I men after donning a Hour wick.
Down In Charlotte these clnys every
body ii speaking with a German brogue.
The cause of the disturbance is the lact
that Herman Damn Von M.iltznlin, ol
Berlin, has married Miss Margaret Mc
Dowell, of that town. We pulilith else
where some particulars of the affair
which we are glud to say passed oft" hap
pily. There waiauoticeablvdraggingnut
of family trees, but in this case they are
of a kind that will bear insiK-ction and if
of no great use still possess some interest
and perhaps an incentive to right living
Anv way Charlotte appeurs to have ac
quitted hcrolf with credit aside from
the fnct that the Chronicle uiisticlled the
Baron's name and her mother tongue
will probable be resumed in a few day
WHY PILL A STORB WITH OOODS
AND THUS KBBP DARK AHOUT IT f
IT COSTS MONEY BVBRY DAY
AND BVBKY HOUR TO CARRY A
STOCK OF OOODS.
LBT TUB PVUUC KNOW WHAT
YOU BAYS TO SELL.
INTEREST THB PEOPLE-ATTRACT
THEM DO NOT ALLOW THEM TO
FORGET YOU OR YOVR CROWDED
TVRN ON- TUB LIGHTS, BSPKC
ALLY TUB BRILLIANT. STEADY
AND FAR-REACHING LIGHT OF AD
VERTISING. CrncnanCf Commtnttil Qiuttte.
SOME NEW J'VBUCATIOXS.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Thi Paut CmsBN. Democratic, le published
every aiterneon (except Hnnilay) at the fal
lowing; rates strictly ca.h:
THE DAII-Y CITIXKM
ta on sale at the following placca in A.hevllle:
BATTBKV PARK NEWSSTAND.
OLKN ROCK NHWN STAND.
MODBL CIGAR bTOKU, Patton Ave.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1H0.
A correspondent t liken exception to the
Clakkson is reiHirtcd by the
New York World ns "enthusiastic about
is the people and climate of Asheville who
he has recently recovered his health." N
wonder. Mr. Clurkson came here with
bronciul tulies about the size of a starved
knitting needle and went away with the
same highly necessary parts of one
physical equipment enlarged to the d
mensions 01 tne nore ol a modern war
gun. ('.rent is Asheville and grcuter
I'arski.l, we are bound to note, has
following sentence in some resolutions ol so far lieen received in Ireland with
respect published bv the school commit- mnrkable and, to the moral observer.
lee- depressing ei.thusinsm. In Dublin the
Whereas, t.od in his wisdom has seen horses attached to the carriage he wns in
were unhitched and the crowd proceeded
fit to take unto himself
we omit the name as having no benriug
on the question brought up. J n teacher in
our city schools, and desiring to pay this,
our last tribute of respect to her 'mem
ory; therefore be it resolved."
The correspondent goes on to say :
"I will venture the best steel pen in
Morgan's bookstore there is not a mem
ber in the whole grammar class whoean,
with his teacher and Superintendent
Claxton to help him, parse the word "de
siring" in that sentence."
Well, what of it? It is true the words,
"and we desire," if substituted for "and
desiring," would' have made the sentence
unobjectionable, but is there any mistak
ing the meaning of the sentence criticised
by the correspondent?
The necessity in Asheville to-day is not
for school committee members who can
give their lives to the Latin dative and
then, dying, regret that their time was
not spent on the alilative las an old
joke has it I, but for men of atfairs
who can make a dollar go as far in the
schools as two do in other industries;
almost literally, to make asses of them
selves by drawing Parnell nbout thecitv
Hut we should have to know the compo
sition of the shouters for Parnell before
commenting on the significance of their
If you did not read in yeserdav's Cm
zkn of General Vance's exicrience in Flor
ida do so utonce. And then moveupnnd
help the committees who are trying to
prepare the town for the coming con veil
(KoKiilA lias lynched another man
white this time. N one knows the cause
of the deed except Judge Lynch, und hi
court Holds secret sessions and kccs no
THAT'S THK TALK.
The lroBrcHHlve rarneiHimPro
KresMd, It SecmH,
The new editor of the Progressive Far
merit lie alliance organ), Kcv. H.ivlus
who can give us more school houses and Cade, says in nn editorial in reply to a
letter ones; who can devise wav and query as to wnetiier he advise
means to secure the liest tu.-hrra: u-li.. the memlx-rs of the legislature w in
t ill -, ,., ,f ,,. . ., are pledged to vote lor Senator Vance t
" r a.- .",-- disregard their neilees
cnun in Asneviue to iiiteuo
Tlie Progressive Farmer does not
never mo, una never win advise nnv
meinlicrof the legislature, or anvlxxlv
else, to disregard a pledge to do nnr
thing. II any man pledges lumsell to
vote for Senator Vance and violates his
plcrlge he will show himself unworthy of
This is our ideu
mg every child in Asheville to
school nt least six months every year;
and who will push the manual training
idea to successful fruition. Those are the
men we want nnd we don't cure whether
thev can write a sentence that will
"parse" or not.
Now, to show how easy it is to find
fault: hy does the correspondent sieak I Tltnt'Nlto.
of the "whole grammar class?" lhes From the KpriuKneld kcpuiillcuu
he know of a Iractured grammar cilia I We cant gel an always and trior
somewhere. I'nless he dues his "whole" I ouchly resKetnble theatre in any com-
is suiierHuous. I "luimy wttnout getting a universally rc
, , , , i spccinn e conimi n tv.
Tllr Iflfn thut mi-nilu-ra nf u..Iu,I....n. I 1
I nnv man's confidence.
I ol pohtuul morality.'
niiltee must be able to write sentences
that will "parse" is absurd.
AV'.U c'f h'h'ITI'CK
The Colored Masonic Fraternity.
This society which assembled here on
Thursday, contused of delegates from all
parts of the stale, for the annual mcet-
At least n hundred dogs have died
from what is called the "grip" in Wake
Mr. tleorge Watts did not proposi to
Iiil. ..I tlui rnlnrt r.rnA lwi r .1,. ser ine i ai . v . . go oown in Kurnnni
. , . T and accordingly stands good for $1,500,
state, was noted for the imuosinir exter-1
nul order and decorum of tbe body. It . uTL. ..JlLi! .fLT . um,cr
... j i - , i vi if, KfiiDHiiure luur vcuru iio
.".)i"..,u,i,1ii.,.v,MM "cici)niiniiri,iiioiii;n not so many entries
advancement 01 tne colored race. it a are made mis year as in ihku.
tne legality of the order, whether it is ac -The forest fires in the mountains this
cording to Masonic rule, a legitimate year have covered large area and done
or a stiurious order, we have nothimr mort damage than for years past. Mil-
... ,l. it ;. .HVi,t , . .. i l,on of of valuable timber have been
, . , .. , T destroyed.
nals. it chullenifed comDuruuin with the I
.!,;,-....:...:.. c; i i i.. Recent telegrams from Wilkes and
Surry counties state that there
it supeared in procession in the stieets, I ,,uite a heavv storm of snow prevailing
and no where else, we could not tail to be along the Hlue Ridge and Alleghnniea
impressed with that love of display, that on'! ,l,,,t tne w"olt nBe " perfectly
exultation in "pomp and circumstance"
which characterises their race; but obove A Scotland Neck telegram says: A sad
II .;ih ,li hiuh -...u;,. marriage occurred in this section recent-
all, with tlie high respectability which ly, The groom wni cihtv.five ycar.
... .w.ir.Hk. v, M vt wvh- i uiu umi ine onnc whs aeventy-nvc, una
sion. InthatweoUervedmenwIioseposi-lneitlierone could see the other. They
tion In life was signal proof of tbe enpac nno lo 10 t,w olln'''
ties of the race for elevation. There was I The Rnkigh chnmber of commerce
the solicitor for tbe second judicial dis- has deaded to take,te to hold agrand
... , u ,L.. state exuoMlion there in 1M01, and an-
tnct of North Carolina. forgeH. White, p,,,,,,. committee to take stei in
of New Berne, once a member of our bouse the matter and bring it before thecoming
ol representatives; there was Stewart session 01 tne general asseminy.
1 1 1 : r o 1 J .. 1. i . ' I ... . ... .
umaun, 01 nuiK.u, nm.i umn a i I'nstmnster A. w. scunner, who is
member of the same body, and for a one ol I pehurch s bondsmen, savs he ex
long time member of the city coun- lltcu t0 h?r.' '? P? 3.000. the full
m i- 1.. 1 .1. 1 ui-i amount 01 tne Dona, tie nas taken pos
ed of Raleigh ; and there was Jams Wil- .),, of t-K.hurch', residence, which is
Hums, 01 w osningion, a man of one of the handsomest in Kaleigb, but
line presence ana 01 nn intelligence, and wnicn is nenvuy mortgagee.
there were others without doubt who re-1 The sum of $25,000 ia asked for as a
fleeted honor upon their race. siiecial annual appropriation for the agri
It was altogether a hopeful and grati- -"lurl mechanical college. Then
fy.ng exhibition, and at the tame t.mean th,t t septemlier this numlr will Ik
ciHueniinouici.ui.neiaimraa,jusiKcnna iiounieil. I nere IS not (iillicienl room
gotid will of the dominant race of the and dormntorics must he built.
south. Tlie board of agriculture has ad-
Mourned. It wns great I v hnmiiered by
elf-ltlMnt," the luck of funds. The ofticers of the de-
Tlvre ia a delicious bit ol I'acinY niii.i nsrtment of agriculture consented to
alung thnt bas never reached here n draw only two-thirds of theirsnlaries for
print. They not only cull an eastern eeemler so aa to leave some margin of
man who goea tnere a "tenoertoot," as un ! i urgmning 01 me
we know, but they dub themselves "self- new year.
risers." The waaon why a native or old -Arrangements are making for one of
mmcm w riacr ia the greatest foa hunts on record in North
peculiar. Ong nnlly, when mining ap- Carolina. The Arllngton-tir-uorv mick
cratiou began in (.aiitorma an.) Nevada, of aft, ,nd will lie taken from Golds
when the new .comers ran out of bread boro and so will Mr, Green's pack from
tncy nan Doming o uixe tne pmce 01 it ranklinton, while Mr. L. II. Fetch, of
except nonr ana wicr uasea into eases ReB(,ng, Pa., will have part of his "red
o the density o. .ynite, wnerens every pnck," The scene of the hunt will be
oin rcsiucni t.m in. nour, pre- Wrightsville. The hunt will come off in
pareo wild ya. si mn grew the next three weeks.
h fliviainn ail each new eamn intn turn I
classes the tenderfcet nnd the self-risers. P"' "" Te"r negroes near
N. Y. Sun. I Croft, in 1-ong Lreek township, have
Ittaarldo-tUBun., .,!!. . real., pr
good thing. "Belr-naing" 8our was put oa the land of William Caldwell. Whisky
up tor the V-aiuornians in uags calculated has oeen freely used, it seems that Airy
to stand a good deal gf travel. Cloth, bad the whisky shipped to him at Croft
, ., ij. u. In kegs concealed in tightly nailed boxes,
lit tbe early days among the miners, was .nd ,oold retar thf kea , the Mme
scares, asd what was more nataral than wt, until last Saturday, when be round
to make trowsers of flour-sacking? Thus that his illicit dealing was being vtntila-
It happened that when miner was at fd. Hethea tnade good bis escape to
T .j ,1,. .l Georgia. It ia estimated that not Iras
work, coat and wst off, the person who tbma Bundred ,, o) ,i(UOI.
approached bim oot from tbe front, fre- been told by this negro within the last
qnently saw this . legend coaspicOniMly twelve months. Charlotte Chronicle.
prasentest F,rom V Take I Take I Take WmmonsUverReg.
etusM tbe trrai. "talMSers." It wasaoX ulator for dyspepsia, constipation and
a) any way tbe cum pic meat of " ten der-t heartburn.
Tennyson, whom Walt Whitman calls
"the poetic cream-skimmer of our age's
melody," is par txcellcnce the poet of
love and fair women. There could be
nothing better adapted to charm and de
light the modern Mauds, Marianas, airy
fairy Lilians and "rare pule Margarets"
than the holiday edition published bv
Frederick Stokes and Brother New York.
The one hundred illustrations by
Charles Howard lohuson might almost
lie descrilied by the title of one ol the
IHieiiis: "A dream ol fair women." They
arc nearly as beautiful as the exquisite
lines thev illustrate.
The volume contains, "The Princess," '
a lyric collection' under the heading Juvt
nitm, harly Sonnets und other short
A "Loyal Little Redcoat" hv Ruth
Ogdcn, a story of 11 child's lite in New
itricn nunoren years ugo, with over
sixty illustrations by 11. A. Ogdcn, isjimt
the kind of book that thoughtful fathers
and mothers are always 011 the lookout
lor. It is a fresh wholesome story with
a historical setting that will furnish in
struction as well ns entertainment to
youthful readers. No child will forget
Alexander Hamilton and his place in
history ulter reading little Hazel's inter
esting interview with the great lawyer
The McVickar calendar, twelve fac
similes of water color designs by II, W.
McVickar, well known for his work in
the leading magazines, is an artistic sc
ries of pictures of "Indies fair." The col
oring, ns well as the drawing, is ex
A unique calendar is the cupid calendar
with facsimiles of designs by Mrs J. Pau
line Sunter. The lines accompanying
the pictures tell the tale of the little
lovers who sim;"wilhouttheirniistre8ses
Charming Christmas gifts arc the wa
ter color facsimiles "Little Folk Witlc
Awake" and "Four Little Women" by
Maud Humphrey, nnd "Mayday" nail" A
Tenant on the Beach," bv )'. Pauline Sun
ter. These beautiful pictures framed in
tinted mats are all ready to adorn the
walls of any ladv's boudoir or his lord
ship's library or may if preferred he framed
id p oiected I, r more lasting decoration.
All of these gilts are for sale at H. T.
1 $&rs- m
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet of Central PaHnenjfcr Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
a STnieTiT rieevasis
Th. majority of the Ills of tha hunaa
kod7 arise from a diseased livar. Him.
mons Llf.r Regulator has been th. means
of restoring more people to health and
happiness by giving them
Liver than any other agency on earth.
V. A. IIlaiii. J. V. Hkown.
Hstabrook's, Siiitli Main street.
HEAD Hln OFF!
No, on He-cotid Triough, Let Him
Comei He Can Learn tsoiuelliliiu;.
from the liurhatn Ololie.
The C.lolie continues to insist that the
Asheville Citizkn isbright mid saucy anil
lively. The Citii-n is one of our most
valuable exchanges, and when we go to
Asheville next week we cxcct to whip
Aahevllle Air nid II All.
Prmn the Washington font.
The bracing atmosphere ol the North
Carolina hills bent, all the patent mcdi-
vines ever compounded for putting the
physical man in perfect trim. nsCien. I. S.
Clarlvson is u liying witness, lorstandiiig
ast night 111 the lobby of the Arlington
with ruddy cheeks and clear eyes, he
ooked the picture of health.
No. 39 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vito our IriendH and the pul
lie jreniTnll.v to enll and ex
amine our well seleetiil Htoek
Wln'cli we are offerinjeat roek
liottom priceH. Undertakii)
a special leature. ( iiIIh at
tended day r niiiht.
Telephone, day 7". night (55.
1'i r a Hhort time wo are
utile to offer
to iiiii'"Iiiihii'h. e navo a
a little" off Htyle" at extreme
ly low rateH. Wow ih your
opportunity for a great nar
WEAVER I MYERS.
THIC SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue
K, COFFIN, .
Real Estate Agent.
AND LOAN ItKOKBR,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MORGAN'S BOOK STORE
Money loaned nri well Mctitrd at N per cent.
Real Hut nte bonRht and aold at pidillc and
private nalr Hintu colltctrd. I comhictrd a
Kt-al l-ntnte and Auction uuim'ft m Charlm-
tnn, 8 C, tin yrnrti, and will nive prompt
ottrntion tn an nuuinrnw put in my cnnrifv.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'K
You are invited to call every day at the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our Ktock of
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
Ff Silver NoveUiet,
MILTER WARE NOVEL,TES, RRIC A BRAC, Vc.
Some people Hay thnt it i beautiful, some wiy that it i
finer than ever ttefore. YOUR OPINION Ih reiue8ted.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
AdvcrtlHlnsi Is) McccimIIv.
From the ll.ltlniort Hun.
The distiiiKuisliinx frnturr of tlir pres
ent ne in a business sense is the close
nd insepnrnble connection between
printer's ink and succcess.
Advertising is the business motto of
the times, publicity its foundation prin-
The ndvertismir columns of a irrent
newspaier form a mirror of tlie iiennd.
All tlie civilised countries of the earth
are converted bv the uress into one vnst
exrhanKC, in which millions of readers
are brought together.
Advertising lias, therelore, bc-ome a
8. L. K. means Simmons Liver Kcuulu-
A rrram of tartar hahlntr nowdsr. Hlvlirat
of all In leavenlnir atrenKth U. Oovern
mcnt Meporc, avum 17. inhw, ni"'vaijr
17 ration Atcbhc
That we hnve the LarRfwt
and .sent Helecteu Htoek of
in hindinRH from the chea pent
to tree calf. Hijc line Popular
AuthorH in Ketw for the Chil
dren, older Children, and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all fcnuleH. I'rayerH und
Hymnals, (Jold I'eiiH, &c
Can't tie beat for DoIIh.
'1 ho new Souvenir of AhIio
New work by Druinmond,
rax v obiru-um,' juHtin Jjoc.
J. N. Morgan & Co.,
HooKHellerH, Stationers, &e.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Inaurance i Accnt
Kenr Nu. ill) South Main street.
A.hevlllt, N. C
THIt MODKI, i .
Cigar More and New Stand
Notice to the Public!
All Iraillna New.nan.ra tn .uliaprlli.r. h.
th. week, at 'Jfic pvr week, delivered to aov
part of i he clljr. Sandajf editions, 6c
ore a aim
PROP. J. BAKER,
(PROM LONDON, BNO.)
PIANOS TUNEO REGULATED. $3.
New aetlona ttmt In old dIum. All fcfaaa
of mui.ciil InatrvmcnU tantd and repairrd
atlfactloa vuaranlced. ltaviordcra at ST
ractM ATenM, ammviim, n. w..
Knipllsh nud French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND UTTLE GIRLS.
No. 0 Prmrti Broad Arcnur.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
l For many year Associate Pr)nciinl of Mt
Vernon Inittitntr. (lattifnttrc.l
Aititrtl by a corj n( conieiil-ni traihrr
inn ii i.t
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If jrou hnve any Nine, Thrum ur l.una
in ailk-nllun I will m nil a imniphlet "
rirKiiillve nl A.hrvtllr anil also the In- '
hnllnx trratment m with ll.t ul quea-
tinna lo lie anawtrcd liy the allent
hen onlrriiiK Hume Treatment. Thia
tn-almcnt I. a. rnrvtltc a. the olHn T
Ol'I'ICIt NO. 1-ATrilN A VKNI'B) f
Ash- vlllr, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN. M. D. t
RESTAURANT A LA CARTL
UNCLE OR EN IEUTE.
Visit irs and Residents will nnd this a moat
charming; and attnictiv. .toppin( plav.
MBNAI1H ANII CI'InlNIt HUI'AL TO TUB
E. H. NIES,
LATK WITH DELIMONICO.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Opto dally, cirept Saarlajrs, from 10 a.
ontil t p. m., and 8 aatil T p.
The term, of sabserlptloa arsi On. rear
2; 6 mo.., tl BO; S mos., II 1 1 mo.. Aneta.l
dully II eu.
OAcers for I NWI-Prealdeat. t'h.rin W
Wonlarv: Vlc.Pr.ii1rnt. Thn.. A. Imim - a.
and Treaavrer, D. S. WaUon: Uhrarlnn.MIrs
tt. j. naicn.
Cltlien. and visitor, art enrtltallv iiivilrrf
tf In.uect the catalogue and InarrllH. ihri.
nnm- a. nemli-r. an'Mhltr
J. W PBTII RI.CH,
m. una. aoc. w. is.
,1 a. L- ..'it u
Kna'r Corps, b.S.Ni
PETHARD & KING,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And Csvucral Contractors).
Ptltert. In CitV arnrk.. InmwMnlilMl mmA
plain .nrvrv. of ritlea and n,wn. deda-na,
n.. .nrnnratlna. and Hllm.lM kntiakwl
rnilwaja. watcraaunlyand acareraar
Hio'laltles : The lx alio i and rnnatrartlon
or rallwajrs and concnu pavement..
Anhcvllle, N. C.
P. O. Bos 9H.
oilln : Second floor Is Urand Opera llouae.
II AND OYSTERS,
CONSTANTLY ON HA NO.
J. E. REED & CO.,
A modrrn flmt claw hotel. Hot and cold water an rip hn the and toilet on trery HtHi
rtlrctrlc ItrlU In every room. 0rn Arc In office and watr In hed roonm. Officv, dining
room, lunch counter, dicar ant new stand and bar and billiard roni on flmt floor. Hire,
trie Mreet car pan door every 20 minute. Klcnmond and Panvllle railroad rating honac.
30 m Inn ten for meal.
RATlifl, s.oo PER DAY
A. G. HALLYBURTON. Prop
J. 0. BRYAN and WALTER GRF.EN, Clerk).
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO,
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietors
Wr nrll all tohtirrof. at 3 per cent, committal on, while other market! art cbanrlna trow ltV4
to H percent- ctimmlMlon.
To (he Tobacco rinnter of Wralem North Carolina and Kat Tmnmee ;
Our market ha Hill ornid and I trior arc stood, eie.-tallT on cimmon Kradea. and we
advie rarly ahipmrnt on all common Hrailca. HavinR the larnrat, hrt Ittrhttd warehouae
In WeaUrn North Carol! , and rtrnit rtrnt employca. we auaTMntec aatlafactlon. Thnnklna
you for tout pairunnic and honinic by bard work and fair dea Inica, we arc, youra truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity,
We ildtter to all parts of the rltjr our own Bottling Export Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. t
I. a. s Astui'ass rvr. asar.
FOR SALK BY
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special Sanitarians Tor Dlacaaca of tbe Langa and Throat.
riw, iwrr i.nn.ina; wairr irooi aionntain nnnnir.. ana eonnectiona ror Domeatle nnr.
run vi.T mam. i-cnct'i .y.irm 01 iiyatcne, no
Kieiratora. Blertrlc Llahu aad Hells, Opea Plrca.'
atrlctlv n. ink
inr ana nrxam nam. ana iioucitca
amliln aad bmiu..
Hot Water Healing Hv.trtn and Thorough Ventilation. Hot, Cald, Ulec.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
HHBCI AL IIIBT WHBN NBBUBD,
frofeaalonal atrvkrs optional with patients, and at moderate rate.
rices for Board and Room .. 9vl Bu to SIM per week.
I'or particular., addreaa
KARL VON RUCK, M. D.,
A.bevilla. North Carolina.
STRAUSS EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOM ALL NEWLY FURNISHES.
Also. taht. hoarder, can he uramtaod.trd.
otiocs a. m. until III nr-oca d. m.
)riA pieparrd tor caurlna at ahorteal aotlc for Horn Partks, Balls, ct.
MARD IT THE MONTH, VKIC OR OAr,
atrstt cars pass the dor Opra froaa
All I aaa ta
My Celebrated Philadelphia Fries
An well known. No onr ran nrpats them. Am proud to sa I haw tha a.rat. larae.t
. Can aery, order, in from a to S minute., such a. Pl.h, Oarae, Oyatcrs
Polite and attentive wallers. I'leaard to arnra all. Meapeclfullr,
B. STRAVSS, Prop.
rlrc 4 rtl.
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
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rare ocaut jr for a radlaa of thirty mile.
The appointments of the bouse are conduct. to health and comfort.
Elevator. Klectrlclty. Steam Heat.
Por the aricntlfic treatment of Nervous and Chronic dlataaes It la thorouahlr snalupnl
with all modrrn appliances Turkish, Roman and N aulas Baths, Blectrldlr, Maaaan,
Mwedi.h Movements, all Included la price of room.
The Slallcml Manwrmrni will be under the direction of Dr. P. W. Ncerl, nciatly v f th,
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