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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CIT1ZEK' SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 18UO.
W's Your Blood?
I had a malignant breaking ml on my
leg below the knee, and whs cunil soiiiu1
and well with two ami n linll' hottles nl
8. 8. 8. Other blood iiuxllcliii hud fail
ed to do me any good.
Will C. Bhaty, Yorkvlllo, 8. C
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, auil thmo
bottles of 8. 8. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Maniwlllo, I. T.
Our nook on Blood aud Skin Disease'
Swart Sr-scino Co., Atlanta, Oa,
THE BOY CHIMED GUM.
A Hl'HW)I.MHH' RIDICVI.OI'H
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
OMce Raom K, McAfee llulliling.
Hours 10 a. m to I i. in. nnil 4 to 0 i. m.
Tclcpoae No, 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
s. O. Box S7i Hendry Block.
A. S. GRAHAM,
murder will Out, and In TlilnCnae
It Cntiie to tie Front In About
Half hii Hour,
from the New Vork Sun.
A boy of twelve or fourteen aummcra,
who docs tile Kcnerul utility business in
nu office on Ncwspaxr Row, wiik sent
up town with a letter to a iiidy teacher
mid under strict order to sec it placed
in her own lunula and bring back tier
acknowledgement of it a receipt in writ
iug, KeucliiiiK the school Iniilding lie
waa directed to the room of the uriuci-
mil. who. after lonrnintr his errand, took
him up stairs to the lady teacher's class
room, nnil merely rcnmrkiiHf :
"Miss lllnnk, licrc'i a letteraml a liov,'
pi need the letter mi her desk and pointed
to the boy.
Not heeding the letter, the teacher
thouulit the urchin waa a new iiui.il, and
running her eye over him. remarked with
"The first thing for you to do is to take
that chewing gum out of youi mouth nnd
throw it away.
The terrified lad did as he was bidden
and did not venture to remonstrate when
she placed him in u seat, put honks and
slate before him, nnd told him to wait
uiitil'shc could attend to hint.
Half an hour later she summoned him
before her ami asked his name. lie tol
her. Then she innuireil his resilience, and
when he said it was in Madison street she
demanded, with some nsm-rily, how
happened that he came so far up town to
school, men the iminicr was oiu, ami
the schoolroom rippled with mocking
laughter as the dignified teacher iniisii
mglv took out her iHiekcliiooK ano iiiinoe
over to the involuiilarv niiliil a nickel t
replace the ehcwiiig-guni which she nail
so ruthlessly confiscated. The boy's life
would liea hiinnicr one il the oilier cm
nloves lit the office did not pcriietiinlly
call to Hun to take unit cnewiiigguiiiuiii
of his mouth.
(irttcc Over J. 11
Law's Store, South Muin
With ana noc
Hilling with .liver or amalgam. ...Wic t7c.
gnu. ....,, n.iu u'v.u.,,.
Met ol teeth oo.
Hot act of teeth H.oo,
Nn Letter made, nu matter what you pay,
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S nnil 0, McAfee lluildtng,
I'attun Avenue, Aahcvillc, N. C
rKACTICS LIHITKIl TO TIIK
Kye, Kar, Throat and Nose.
COMBING. THE COLONEL.
M. A. NEAVLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice In the loth nnd 1 2lh Judicial
lil.trlctaof North Carolina and In I If Su
preme Court and the Federal Court ol the
Western I H.trict of North Carolina.
A Cllt-'HM Town,
Prom the Liverpool Mercury.
A rather unusual feature in rural hie
apiicurs tocxisl in a little (,erman village
thnt nestles in the Imsom of the lamous
Marts Mountains. Life must flow
very ieacefnlly in Strolicek, for the prill
cipal liusinesa ni uic wnoie pnpoimi",.
from the children at school to the august
dignitarii-snf the district, is the pluyi'
ol the ancient and rnynl game ol chess,
This has been the case tor cent urns.
sunn as they arc old enough to miner'
stand the moves, the boys ami girls ol
this idvllic village arc taught the laws
and ordinances of the game, nnd are in
itiated into the mysteries of the knight's
move and the advantages of early cast
ling, liverv liaster the children arc sol
emnly gathered together to display then
skill in the presence of the pustor, the
school teachers and the village authori
ties and the three boys and three girls
most proficient each receive a chessboard
inscribed with the words, "A Keward lor
I'erscvcraiiee." Nor does the pursuit ni
the game end with childhood and school
Tnso. P. Uaviiison. Tuos. A. Jons.
Knlelgh. J.. !. Mantis. A.leville.
Thorn was a groat political ferment In
Simpson county, Ky., over tho approach
lug election of it county Judge. The
nominating convention wits to meet on
Saturday, and on Friday night two well
known po ltii'iMiiHciiughtlii a rain storm
stopped at tho house of old John Perdue.
The politicians, M;iJ. lilnodgood nnd
Col, Noix, were sly ciumidata for the
coveted position so sly, In fact, that
neither one know of tho bcIii'Iiii-h of the
After supper, whflo old John nnd his
guosta wev" sittiio on I hi. porch talking
over the coming si ruggln aud listening
to a wot kiilydid that held vesper ser
vices in n locust tree, old John, getting
up and st retching himself, said to the
"Let mo see, you u moment, please
The ninior folloved him to the end of
tho gallery. "Major," old John whis.
poml, "I am compelled to tell you some.
thing. You gentlemen are welcome, to
stay with mens long as yon like, but
ability to accommodate cannot always
lie menmired by willingness to do so,
The truth is I haven't but nnu spare bod."
"But can't the colonel nnd 1 sleep to
gether?" the major rejoined.
"Yes, yon can, but the truth la the
colonel is awfully peculiar."
"Well, as rational as ho apis-ars while
stirring about lie's u slrango man in bed.
Our families, you know, are well no
qnaintcl, and I therefore know all about
him. His iKJciiliarity comes f nnil a scare
he received when lie was a child, it
svems that u dog once tried to bite him,
and now, just before he dozes off to
sleep, bo begins to growl, and unless
something is done to stop him he liegins
to bite fearfully
"Humph," tho major gnmted, "that's
isld, but what can lie done to stop him
after he lawns to growl.'
"Well, his brother told tne how he
used to work it. lloalwayst.aik ncoarse
comb to bed with him and would rake
tho colonel with it when ho began to
growl. As striingo as it may seem, it
waa the onl thing that would unlet hmi.
The family doctor suid that a comb was
somehow the only tiling that woum stun
the bh Mid to circulating.
"That's very odd. And would it iiuiot
"Would mnko him act just like a
Inmb. Why, he lister insist that his
brother should take tho comb to bed with
him. Ho don't like to have any one
mention the freakish misfortune, as he
always terms it, but it would Im doing
him a groat favor if you would take the
comb to lied with you and K've linn
rnke in caso he should begin to growl.
am telling you this because 1 am your
friend, and lccuuse I know mat you are
ihmm! tiinlier. unil esiiwiiillv la?c.niso
holie that yon may secure his influence
if you should ever ilesiro any omce.
Don't you know that we always respect
the mail that understands our peculiar
ities ls-foro we areusked to explain them
to him? Ho is sensitive that way, anil I
llie minor, supposing that he waa get- Til FY M EET ON THE STUM 1'.
tin;? ready to begin oiling, roacneu over
and gave him another ruko.
"Yon infernal idiot!' yellwi tne colo
nel, feeling for the major's hair, "if 1
don't wool you I'm a shotel"
"What are yon doing?" nowioa tne
major. "Let go, or I'll hurt youl tjult,
I toll youl Haven't yon got any aenser
The malar Una round ms nair.
"I'll lot yon know what it is to rake
the life out of me with a crosscut saw,
CRAWFOHII' AJUli KWAKl
TIiIh Announcement "Mould Draw
UK crowds and lirliiit Hie lem
ocrncy of Hie Old Nlntli to llie
W. T. Crawford and II. (5. Hwurt.dem-
ocraticiind republican iioniinces resinx-
I was doing it to oblige you. you tjvcy for representatives to congress
from the ninth district will uiivc j.nin.
debates as follows:
Webster, Monday, Sept. Slid.
confounded wolfl Lot go my hair!'
"Oblige mo! Do you take me for a
saw log? Look out! If yon hit me
again I'll pull every hair out of your
Thoy tumbled out on the floor, rolled
over and over, and then overturned a
tottorimr old wardrobe that cauie down
upon them with a crash. The major
swore that ho was dead, und the colonel
veiled for a Itirht. but no light came,
Hail thev listened they might have heard
another noise that sounded as if soma
una were breathing hard. The old man
was in the hull shaking the railing of
tho stairway. Tho major was the first
to scramble to his feet.
1 will throw yon out of this window!
And if 1 cau find my pistol 1 11 shoot
the top of your head off!" howled the
This throat nt frightened the major
that he gathered up his clothes as best
ho could and rushed from the room.
Whv. what's tho matter?" the old
man asked when the major came down.
Nothing, only I am going away to
got a cannon and then come back and
blow that ftsil into eternity.'
"Did he try to bite your
"He tried to kill me, that's what he
tried to do."
Why didn't you rako him?
I did rako him."
Ilumphl" grunted the old mans "he
must have lost his peculiarity, v nat,
you are not going out in such a night
"Yes, I am, for if I see that fool again
I'll have to cut his throat Uood-by."
Shortly after the major left, the
colonel came uown. " w ny, iook ucro.
said he; "1 growled just as you told me
to do, and I wish 1 may die if that fellow
Ilurnsville, Wednesday, Sept. 2-ttli.
Hakersville. Thursday. Sept. Until.
Spruce I'ine, Friday, Sept. lililh.
Marion, Saturday, Sept. 27th.
Old Fort, Monday, Sept. L'Ulli.
Ilysartsvilie, I ueson.v, s-i.i.
Logan's Store, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Kutherfordton, 1 liiiisday, "ci. jo.
Haines' Store, l iiday. wet. .in.
MeFarland's, Saturday, Oct. -HU.
Siihida, Mondiiv, Oct. bill.
Heiidcrsouville, I iicsoay, i ci. i m.
Ilrevard, Wednesday, Oct. Mil.
Mills Kiver, Thursday, Oct. mil.
Pigeon Kivcr, Friday, Oct. 1Kh.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 Hh.
Wavnesville, Mummy, Oct. Lull.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 1-t-tli.
Hryson Cilv. Wednesday, iiei. i.;iu.
Kobbitisville, Thursday. Oct. lO'-h.
Murphv, Friday, Oct. win.
Hayesville, Saturday, Oct, lKlli.
Aciuoiie, Mondav, Oct. -'mil.
l-rauklin, iiicsuay, wci.
Iliglilaiids, Wcdiiesilav, Oct. 2-d.
llainburuh. Thursday, Oct -Mil.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. -'.th.
Leictster, Monilay, net. Jim.
U.U. Msl, Tncsilay. Oct. littlli.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. -".Kh.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. With.
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. :11st.
Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If either should lie unable to meet the
appointments he will have u representa
The siieaking will licgm promptly m
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and nlru tht br th. .peelnl tru.
mrnlVAN IliiCTES'. CrsxiA hu undenon.,
Ih. wilublllly of lha e.h-rnrln
eon.llluent. I. Inera.d Slltr Pp
ment., whit, tin nhul. ol th. Abraa u
ifuiiuid nd wuil.red nior. palsubl. Mid
litibl.. "Ureort le In th. world. Art
. . . . ...
lor Vas IITOTKS .ano wh a
,j -4n..,.. n, I MiH.nlnr nnis.r in the State,
limui co ne V.U..... u... ,,.::,, .....dilllll
life out or in..." o.
. .. -l A I St tiif.
"JUg ity sorry to near w. ue mow ai( Illlk.cimin( ,, crn,.
have changed smco I knowd hnn so ,.,
well." ti... ..,ii..t. nevesicst and most enter-
When the convention met next day .,riiK ,,asr in North Carolina,
the major and the colonel fought each j1H cli'orts are always devnled to the
tiilvthut neither of them and development of the re-
could will, and at an opportune time. Is, .urecs nf the State, particularly the
old John Perdue stepped in and received Western section
AVIPSON. MAKTIS Ik JONI'.K.
AttorncT. nnd Counaellor. at I
A.nevllie, i. -.
Will nraetlce In the 11th nnd tilth Jwlirliil
lil.trlcts. nnd in the Hlinreme Court ol Ni.rlh
(rnllna.nd in the hWral Courl. of the
Western Ulstrict of North Cnrolina.
Refer to linns Ol asnevine.
attendance, but is "ln, , . . L that von understand him bo will
through inc. lieiesure no,. " -- ,;,. lmv8 ,.,, Voitr eve
weekdavs anil Suniiays are pieasiimiv , : , , , , " ,
and prolilably ,nt by thei worthy on liim. have held him in your inind.
...i ti,.., m.,.l.l villagers over the "All right ou get me tho comb,
..i,.-iM,:.rd with, no doubt, a plentiful Bnd I will ito through with thu cure-
cuiistimptiou ol loiiucco aim iiinoiein i n,IIV when the time conies.
Architect and Contractor.
Pinna, snerlnratlnns nnil eslltnntes fur,
-i.h-a .il work lit inv line ronlrncO'd lor,
n,l nn ehnrce. for ilrhwlnas " contracts
Keferencrs when deired.
Olliee: No. ta llendr. Work. North furl
iKinnre. A.hevlllc. N. 0 fehmdl v
rTh.Tkkvks, n.o.s. I it k. smith. i. n.s.
Dm. Reeves A Smith.
In Connally auiinm. vr Keilwood'a aiore.
Teeth eatracted without pain, won Ihenew
a'oe.thetk, and all eases of Irn iiulnrily cor
rs led. trhl -Id I r
W I. RAMRAV. II. H.8.
A Hlic Knife.
I'rom the Clminnntl Timis Stnr,
"Ves," said n Main street hardware
dealer In a rvmrlcr. "that is the largest
knilv in Ameri.a. It was made to order
lie n linn in Ocrmniiy. One man did the
whole job, mid it t"k him just a year.'
The knife in question is known to al
most every mrsnn in Cincinnati nnd kt- . . . ,y (Ie rv 1mmi
haps for U miles around. It has .Hi .-xbat will be all right 1 reckon," said
1.1. ...l l-,. . licsl nf tools III ItSCll, ilmrxilonel.
i.iti.ivn ,..,. . - - - . .
,.,.ii..vtliiiiufruniaslendertuuth- "Yes. but the truth is the major is
Ilen-'s one. nut it in your pocket."
l'bev rulurned to the colonel, and after
awhile, when the major stepiod into the
Iioiim) to get a drink of water, the old
You and the major are good mends,
urn glad to N-."
Yes. replied the colonel, "t iniiis
li,. is a Hi st rate follow."
(Had you liku him, for you and he
will have to sleep together to-night, for
lick or a cigar punch to a pairof scissors tho most iwculiar fellow you ever aw.
,. HnnnW. The handle is of tortoise "Iu what way.
1 am very intimate
; Office i
,r fi nnnii.iiw. - . . .
" 1.1 -I- ,.,,1.11 "A IH'lirollOW.
shell ami Hie inn v.m r. , ;, , U11UI ull ,....
alcil. II weigua 1.1 in.,...r, .... --
noilest card says: "1'or sale. $.... It senms that lie mm a , ..cry ...
I... ii umiiil ... i u .a lutt unil iiulil nut LTti to
... a.riv.xl likllfllv tllHItl tllJlt KIU.C UIHI 1 -1.HI mi
til some one irrowli-d like a .log.
has wished it were his, hut now he has ( have ,Iuwn ,jra to lie tossing in l l
tackled the owner nnd learned the above for h mn t time, and then when I
..,...,1.1 .... l., his bed and L'roui llu Wo. I
tho nomination. Opio P. Read in New
A Noted lloclnr IVhn Was hjr.
AlsTiiethy, an eiuinciit Loudon sur
geou of the last century, was noted for
his independence ami for his indifference
to people of rank and wealtii. A certain
nobleman once presented himself at the
surgeyn's office ami without waiting for
his turn demanded to see Abeniethy.
He was refused, anil when it came his
turn he entered the consulting room in
II.. cm know wnoi inn: lie asset..
Xo. sir!" was tho cool reply, "but I
am Johu Abvmvtliy, surgeon, and if you
wish to consult mo, I am now ready to
hear what you have to say In your
Yot this man. so induloront to loros
and ladies, when he had to lecture be
fore several hundred medical stuaenu
unu oftun nuiuf all v oiuliarnuiseiL As be
was alsmt to Iwgin he would bo obliged
to retire iu order to collect his thoughts.
The coiisciouuess,of his great reputa
tion, and the anxiety to stand well with
. , . .l l... V..n.l,'u
the sliiiiems, luaue unu .uj. -
tVlir Ha tried.
Passerby-Why do you cry, llttlo boy?
Little Uoy On account or pa. u ue
comes homo without me ma will give
him an awful thrashing. jox.is suiting.
Subscription, $11 kt annum;
iniiiths: "u ci nts is-r monlli.
Over the National imnk of A.l.evllr. Mnr
nanl Hnlldlna. Ke.lden, OU t hurlolle .1.
..I .MI.I t v
mum All asaasMTa,
r . ..
II.C.S. , . ,
That is not tne largest in t....-,
though," continued the .Iciiier. Jona
than Crookes invented and made a unique
i. ..u..i,.. nf cutlery in the
. ... .. b,..i,. with 1.H1!1 blades, which
"""i "' r." . ..... ... .1... .....,l.l ..I out
lias lieen uic wnuuer.o in ...
.1 ,, iii business tor lunisell
low ,' , . ,. ..-...
...i I,,, ol.l eniii tivcr linn ""s-
Wostcnhnlin has mane wiciiicm t.."."
for its cutlery
,,.... i ir..
Th. fail nmoim the p.'ets now is Imlli.tinn colonel.
Improved and nnlmnroved real estate, Imth
tiualneu and residence proiwrtjr! any kind,
any price, In an? part of theclty. I'AKMINU
AND MINING LANHn.
I make a specialty of renting lroKrty and
collecting reals. If you are looking for
house, consult my bulletin If your house
... ...I .nu want a tenant, llat It with
I. ,m... t
me, Na tenant, no charge.
Apply tu '
C. F. RAY,
Real nutate A Kent
....Ms., newly nirnl.hed, nil mo lent
Improvements, large room., good tnlilc
MRS. IW. C. tJOODK,
S3 College fit.
17 (south Main Htrcct,
.llavt everything In the line of-
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES
and aril them aa cheap and deliver them
your horn, aa quick aa any houar In the elt
1're.h vegetables Irom the country evtjr.v
' A .rial will ahow you what w. can do.
stptlTdU HAHU DROTHURM.
iff like a lamb.
I never lieforo hear.1 of nu aliiiction
so strature," said the colonel.
1 either, but then It 1. a very essy
........... i ruliova him. II" and a follow
.. .. t... I. ....,.! Witoers. .. it. ...i. l..l,ui.n u'l.ro tinea nttlhjs-
rs. lie men wornco r.--.-- nniiieu nu, . . .
m.il i . liiiu.. Wlio now una urc , ,.,.. o ales lor urosecuuiiK mwiui.
out .r...,i -1 ... ..ii hrt to Sleep logctlier nn
nilc ill his Kascssion,
..i..i.. I'.n. k knew or Ins Peculiar nnnu-
"""" ' . .. .
tion. and shortly after tney woiu io ue.
n,...u lu.irmi to irrowl. The major dldn t
uy anything that night, but next day lis
,.Hiiir,.w from t ie race, UO. IHI inn i
ho would not run against so good a man
... n..u i
w1 , , , ...
v,. ,l,nrt snv so exriaim.Hi inu
m; . ... ... .. . i..
They muse their verses minuie
The VVhiicoinli I Riley elitllng lends you down
... . 1.1 ..... I.....M, VUI
Hupp, we enatige me hiihk -
nuoiKiae you are dew.ril.lng how you met
summer Hi". . .
And wooed, and won, and lost her. In Mir.
manna,;" - ..l.. hooked
Oil thougllt .VOU llliu jy.
and laniKU nign unu Wv
Hut .he wa. fooling anil your plans K"t
. .k. .ireei. and make your
plum to oe a.srai . ......, .,,,1
.. I.. nl UMHI dir.
Vou r.t"rao.or otl.rg;snd before quota.
tlon. cioav, Oan
t takes a sudden spurt, you are, ana
Apd acre, nf thing, might la deacrlned with
..... "?.. "7..u, " he Iwman's t.tll 11 Bllfcl
ower styles i .
...oh Mvrl.ics and
linraiu ioi. in ihj
... . . A
v.- I d... mid know It io no a iacr.
would advise yon to humor him in the
"I'll do so.
,.ii,.i, I,,,, oniiiliiif back
..w ..r inilnu? to have moro rain, I
iliink." aidd the iiijor, as he resumed lit"
"Yes. the colonel respnnno.1, --un.
holie that it will not tnienero wnn me
n.me..lltioll. If the attendance is large
..,.1 ili iirts'ccdinu-s harmonious, the
result will lie or great is-neiir io n.e
"Whodoyotl think will no nominatcu
f..r imlmiV" old John asked.
"Neither of llie caniiiiiaies mm
i,... iiHiiieil. Wo have la-ttor ttniher
than any of those tellers.' pain iitleuinng ii. nut ure.....
"We i. said the major, yawning. "I ! he danger to life l linth mother and
reoknil we belter gn to bed. so as to Dp cliilil U useu a lew iiioo.o-
: . . . ......... vm.u. H I incut.
lntnmiri"ev.... w-.-.. . . w. ,.,., Cnmnanv
"1 will slltlW you too nmni, Hiovw nii.v ,,
1 ! .... .. .....I,... Allanta. I'm., for particulars. Ity nil
n.1.1. -0,.l I ,I,..,(,,IHM
Tbe isiliticlans were snowii imo an
npiMr risim, and iiutnm man, i'
candle on the mantclpie. nine mom
An til.! hi., ore saw I,
b-. 1 iw aus lis allll lime,
I!., rt fi al,l. allll" Uh l""",
Heady and rlie to die.
l'..li a cliff hn l...l
Al..w lb", "en's ntin-4:
Ills lavinl Lrokf ull hl hr.1
111 VI'lH'I'Slili. Il.s.1
Ami .mlili'lily llw ennsi
Komi l.ir lili ai.-y l owl
A iiuil'l.-n mtiDil h.,' Ind
Tlicr" Isimed a real h II
Alt II.. I: But ah. was fair;
To !' ware lnilis.l.iln
All .slier i..y B.i i ' on.
And kivu li,4- to diHllr.
"I iHrtiie." .he erlil. in l"n
j:. saeetil ainai aung.
"I'lmxl. I lune larri"! bsig,
I r.,iii... my usn, my oau'
"IW. l.ove. 'tis kffii .n,iii.-I.
Tilths. IiIwh. irl.vli-. rnn:
r.mi.s IH iiieomivn Hi) li.iir
Willi Mtcntli.ed Itn rl.'ll,."
Tlie old man aiLweo"! her:
Ml. volts, wo. like lite SfA:
"I'lMiitt to Una's at im'r
Mint' i')csnro nil .blur
"TIi.ni art l.st lala. In stsli
Nniurht enrthlv innles mi" dud
Wlvrn ert Ui'Sl la my niiul.
My t'lwnr. Ik'ry mil in'
"Say. grlevn at tie si." slit' aaltl,
"Kor I have lovrtl full "II.
Audal uiy lotera scstcl.
All.',, to wtst llit.ni ilt'n.l."
'Sib, II 'id," I erl.tl. "forslmine'"
Ylfldliig I" smli. s siirprl.
Mm turned. I knen llie eves
Atul idrsn fuit' ol I'Hllt...
-lestrgt- ll'.rt'Si in rlil. iis" ll'Tiild.
. . - -r "-
Not nnlv sht.rtcns lalMir nnil lessens
VIST I?I?ICRE !
THE WINSTON WEST END LAND CO.
I lllcrs fur sale n linill.il niinosrr 1,1 11-
Sorlliwrsl Winston. Hi..v are within si
minutes' wnlk of III.' is-sl hue "f street far.
In the s..ull. con.ciiiiiii losiliitols, tliun h's
nnd store.. Shntl.tl. inounlnln vi. . I'op-
ulniioii in I wan, .ihhi; in I nun.
A million ami Ihrcc-iinnrtcn. ! outsitlc
money Invested in Winston-Win in in -!".
. , , , i.i.iiilltius in
put into inc.ortes nw "" "
Im'.hi. tors'iitimlKT. Three railroad Luiltl
Ing in the country Irllinlury to Vlntt.n.
Thia I the liest time to Ituy. Mi.ps. prke
and terms given on application to
P. M. WILSON,
Winston. N, C.
s it1.1.Ut snt
IP YOU HAVE
mm or pm
"v.'?i. j ;tu H ...s
TH E IMrWM""irWl "
miniiMi i ir ....r io. . ;
sluillala aud you tov no appetlla.
will enr. slieae troohlea. Try '"J
lou hvi """a .
I .loro... body" l'l .
Street Car Schedule.
Iii-glnnina nt 7 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. m
Car leave Stiinre for all point, on the
hour, nnd twenty and forty minute, mere-
ttchrdulc ears connect nt Rtuare.
Truin eur and liHKKge cur meet everv
train, line vnllae nllowed enea iaasenger.
HnKUnuc Irunslcrrcd from ull point. In the
city for lift cent.
TIIK ASIIHV1I.LK eT K It is i.
Palaci Stiamia. tow Rati.
roue Trip. V" Wk Batwaea
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
srwt.i t-nrf., T.tp J'r. " -
Doubl- Dally LUv 11'
ChlCAGO AND ST. JOSEPH. MICH.
OUK ILLOSTRATfD PWIPHL'T3
HMa and r.'.uml n Tt.'ke'e will bni-l,lhrd
bv y.iiirTl.'llt.t Ailvlit, orttlro a
E. B. WMiTCOMH. O. P. A., Dttaott. Mum.,
Detroit and Olaveland Steam N.iv. Co.
DO YOU WANT
Letter I IeudH,
Large Hand IJills;
Then send your order to
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Ol' WILMISHTON. N. 0.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 15.000,000.
PAR VALUE OF STOCK, $100
Chicago & Alton R.R.
I'AKTUItT KOl'TB TO
KANSAS CITY ANO THE WEST
Asheville to Kansna Clly In 37 hour..
Asheville to In-over InBI hours.
Asheville Io San Kn.nci.co. California, ana
l'..rlliiml. Ilrriion. In ft dnv.. .......
Kt.litl Vest rd Trnlns 81. I.oul. to Knn
sn Cilv. Meehnlng clinlr car fn-e.
I'or full inioniiuilon call on or write to
II. A. Ncwland,
lUstrlct rassenirer Agent,
No. in I'ntlon Ave., Asheville. N.t.
I'MAHl.TuN. It ! A - Chlengo. III.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA C 1 1 IC Allll. M I t.WAI'K HB At HT. PAUL
ANIl NOKTIIIiKN I'ACII'IC K. '.
Iiivfiineiit ahim-s iinynldc 7n cms sr
iiiotilh. sr shun', only la nionuny .n-
m.ilt. fiirnuv yenr. Mi eairn nsse..m......
Slink estimated to ninlure In sla years.
MriiilH-rscun wllhtlriiw lllilr tlcp ni any
Ullle nntl gel lT " inter.-l. Kcllst.M.
why every one should hnvc st.M'k In Ull. As.
MK-lnllon: Vou etui Itorrow money nl il sr
,nt Ua w curllle. nr.' I'lr-I Morlgng. only.
The ln.rr.mer ahnns llie iront. Hhans tire
nort forf.llnlde. The liorroaer get. full face
value of his .hnrca. Cunacrnillvr. rellahlr
and trnatworlhy. Hlot .nlng rent. Unv
n home with llie muiiey tu .ny for nnt. IU
y..ur own Iniitlliird.
OI'I'ICKKH ASH HIHUCTIIKH.
I. Wllihr Ailtlii"i'ii. I'rtsi'ltut: M M J'""
.lei , c.'.l're.l,l.i.t M( a TenmnJ. -relury ;
C K llortlell. T.e.tmr; lr.,1.1 M.-ares. .in
era! All.trn. ! J M, Keiilv, lurry l.l.uvta.
'TSJ . I. under mnuiigt tnt ill of
men of long l.tl-ln. .. esierl.ni". J ""
I lliltl a Itetler iiives.iiitt,,.
n wanied ...nuenis, Kighl mnn cioi
sure line lerrltorv A. nr.'.. ....
, n ini.,"' " . .', .
H WATIIIKH. Mlltinger agemte,
Through Pullman aleeplng Car leave. Chi
enuo tlittiy nt f..ao p. m
I'or Kl I'nnl anil Minneapolis.
" riiruo, Ntirlli Ihikoin.
" llvli iia nnd Hull.'. Montana.
" The Velio., slttne I'lirk.
KHikatie I'nll. nnd Taetimn.
" I'nrilund. Oregon i,...i,i,
lu.t goitte to Heal tie und nil North raeinc
C'thV ie.ol."iine to California, via I'orlland
nnil the sltnsin hnuie.
Tliarta nil .tile e.er.v where.
I'or inlurninllttn npply l any Ageni, or
ntlilrcs A. V II. l'l'l,TH, .leneri.l I'ns
" g"r Agt.il. Chictuo. III., or Ii C. Maaiiv,
H.'itlhrrn I'tia.etiil.'r Ailenl. Louisville. K y.
If you e.pect to acll yuur ware., you
Then her.', to Jimmy Klley. the fellow wot
In th?" orold j,l, Billing. altlioagH aot
mi ir iu UTI . s.i
We've learned that If a poet can mnse '
t inn Her nii, Top
And write a latltler-ptiem, he can
I'sans Koa Batciikluss,
lie Kept Pour nica.
..I'm verv iiniiiiliir with Mrs. njones.'
t.i.iirlii ami went ilowtl stjtirs.
t.vvi. nolstt wns tliuir tlie innior
nkoil when tlio oltl man hail iinittuil tlio
To Insure flimiisr l nilvernariiiein
riiiinlngnii reKiil'irennlniil, copy must
lie liaiiileil in lv liioeiiM K a. m.
I.nrge eool. airy room, house newly fur
nl lair: uood ttal.tr. Tcoiia reasonable, on
treet eur line.
,-.1 1, r. j
"I illiln't hear any nnlso,
"1 illtls It somiiled llkn snmit olio Kaap
hiK for lireiilli." , , . . t
He illicit liavo lieanl a nolso-inlKlit
hav lieanl oltl Jolin striiKKlinK " "1-
jiress his laimliler.
"Hoipose wu o to oe.1.
.. . ,.' ul..u, V.o. an uhni.tl mill 1 will
linnllir Wltll tvir.. i,(.,ii.".( "All riHti.. '" rw -
i,, .i.ci... l u.e,ili. tnut ll one. si i.iu, ,.r ilia eantiiit.
11 IW . 1 , , . , . . I I I ..I .11, ,'.,,' .... . ,
..i I,,l., neat iiiliinnniisniiic. T,,. ...lUwl for Soma tllllP iH'rom ijnng .. . ,7. i win nr. gmu
f1BB' i ii.tmes's 'Mrs.' always ntlM. . ,ma .lleni'S. tlia eol- property during i'"""'.
It wns atit"'''Y' -., ,,....,f', uow... ... ' " ....i... me snow you
cat turn 11111111S.....V I onel ntteron a wi grow i. .n o.j... Mpioaini"
,'lln I'allon Ave.
sai.1 the RliAL liHTATM At.svr.si
Mv nfflee hour, wllllte from thla lime nn
. ! veal I- ulnil tu alli'n.l to SUV
liusTsesa .luring lsee hours. I will ah... la
in my unite mi i ami tm ""'" 7 - -;
Conte ami let
some hnndiMinie iroa-rly.
lUMK COAHT LINU
on nn.l arter thla dnte the Adlowln .hed;
l,a win Ik- run over ii.''C..luml.l. Oivlston'
No flit Len.es Cttlunilila ft. JO p. m.
...... vrl,1(,l.nnr,t,m B.:io p.m.
. . ... t .'kLrlralon T.II. HI.
Arn.e nlColtinililn !'J",'ln,!
Conne. mill with train. ? . "J!" a
(Htllllaon lite Chnrlolle, Colutnlila : An
Itu.ln nnd Colunil.la t tlreenvill. Kallroada.
'"""' t. M ItM KNHON, Oen. Pass. Agt.
I. P. imviNK. e aunt.
No. (i N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. 0.
From a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be cxeeu
ted in a workmanlike
styleat this Print
PRICES AS LOW
Ah First-Class work ean
Wiltiilnulon. N. C.
15. COI I IN,
Real lCtatc Agent.
ANO I.OAV IIHOKLK.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MORGAN 8 BOOR STORE I
M.mey loan.il anil well accurnl nl a la-rccni.
Henl Hatale lioughl nnd tu.1.1 nl pujille nnd
ton. a Ci leu ytitrs, on.. ...
alit'nllon to all liu.lness put In my ilmrge.
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
and Western North Carolina
Iteginnlna I.Miny ine nnggnge t. .... .... ,1, .!.,,-
merly carried on Ity The A.lievllle gtreel Mail- )H to their Ilianiier Ol (lOUlg
wayCoiupnny will Ite eonllnued Ity the un
dcrslgiied utiiler the naiur of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.
I will Is' ulml to serve my friend, and will I
promise prontpt nll.ntlon to nil order. n-1
Irusl. d Io me
Ollteeiil airrcl Knllwny Compnny a .mux.
Telephone No. 10. g.iccltully.
I.. ,M.J.ir,un, iav".
Kepleislier 10, Intnl.
business. They are
"Need help n izriln . (If vmi, Ilnele lilimj.v?
..n7'". n ilnllnr. 1 i.resi.nie.vou .ml it
:V,....V. i....t he wolle from the door.
snh, 1 keeps lb' AS- -tw
,.l.Mt nvar ami gave him a rako with
f I tt,u fiiiinli.
"What the detieo art) you lining' ex
..t .i i ti,u l,il. aiiHinrliiir tin In IhhI.
no wolves, ,, ,, ln..,,y" Anil In his rage
Orleans , ",'"". ' . '
ne iwhui. b"""
Prlif nn, iilnno Itodv, top hiisgy, heat ma
terlnl lllld workmnnaltlp. ..Ha. Iiceu run ll.lt
one week. A.ltln aa or enil on
Cor, lllllald. and Hast it.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 28 PATTON AVE., I Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. I
(lien dally, e.eept Hiintlays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 o. m and ft until 1 n.
Th. leema nf auliwrlptlna nr! on year
sainmoa., l.miBmn. ll I mo., fto.ta.i
dnlly II eta.
n, n.e 1 anil President, Chnrlo W.
WooIkvi Vlee Prraidrnt, Tho.. A, June.; gee.
antlTrraaurer, l. , Watson Llltrariaa, Mis.
U. J. Ilntrh.
riilaena and vlaltor. are medially Invited
to inspect the eatalogus and InaerllK. their
games aa members. jaammu
Clicn Rtn to Mil PolnW.
HAII.MOAII TICKItT bought, sold and
eacliangid. All Irnnaiu-tlons guaranteed.
C. I'. RAY,
opiHiallr Wwaiinauna Hotel. aulBdtf
ARTISTIC - PRINTING
In North Carolina.
TII1C liUflTAIILlt L.IFK
AHNl KANCIC HOCIHTV.
li. Da Monroe, Att.,
A.hevllle, N, C.
onlcr 3D Mouth Mala stmt. aulS dtf
" o -" S"VV o " o o o,...P.sJL.