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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had a malignant breaking mil on my
leg below the knew, and wns cured snuni
ana well with two ami n half Isitthis ol
B. 8. 8. Other blood mudicima uiul full
cd to do me any good.
Will 0. Bbatt, Yorkvillo, S. C
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and Out)
bottles of 8. 8. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wam.acb Mann,
Maunvillo, I. T.
Our nook on BlooS and Skin Dlscasor
Bwirr Sfecinc Co., Atlanta, Oa.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Keora 8, McAfee Iluild.nK
Hour 10 a, in. to t p. m. anil 4 to 6 p. m.
Telepooe No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Box 57i
la Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
. over J. M. I.aw'a tttorc, HouOi Main
With jc" fine.
Kilting with nil vcr or ttmftljrntn....ftOc io7rv.
' ' $1.00 nnd upward.
Hrt f teeth $tHMi,
Bent set of teeth $h.imi.
No better made, no matter whut you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Ruom. 5 und U, McAfee Building.
I'Bttun Avenue. Aahcvllle, N. C.
PRACTICB MMlTKil Ttl Tlltt
Kye, Ear, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
. Attorney at Law.
Will practice tn the Kith and t'Jth Judicial
lllatricta of North Carolina nnil In the Su
preme Court and the Prtlcrnl Court of the
vt catern inainci 01 nunn t-nruiinu.
TllKO. P. ll.VinsnM, TllllS. A. JoNK.
Raleigh. Jia. O. Mavtih, Astevillc.
JA VltlSON, MARTIN Sc JUNKS.
Attorney, and Counaellor. at Law.
A.hevillc, N. c
Will nraalln. In th. I I th IHlri lUttl lUltlciltl
lllatricta. and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and in the I'cdcral Court, of the
Wrutern lllatrlct of N(rth Can-Una.
Refer to Rank or Aancvllie.
Architect and Contractor.
Plan, .pectficatlon. and e.tlmatea fur
aiahed. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charge for ilrawlima on contracta
Reference, when dealred.
office! No. 12 Hendry llloek. North Court
Square. AaheTillc. N. C. fchllldly
R. H. RBKYHS, D.D.t. R. K. SMITH, 11. U.S.
Dm. Reeves & Smith.
In Cnnnally sunning, cr Redwood'. Store.
Pat ton Avenue.
Teeth extracted without iain,wllhlhenew
ainrathctic, and all eaaea of Irregularity cor
P. RAMSAY, D.'II.S.
Over the National Hank of Aahcvllle, linr
nartl Building. Residence, AU Charlotte at.
. c art
nlrU $P LABOR
LESiERs WNLR T0 LIFE 0r
DIMINISHES j aaqTHER
BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTr
Improved and unimproved rralcaliilc.lioth
bualneaa and reildence properly! any kind,
any price. In an, part of theclly. 1'ARMINO
AND MININO LAN I IS.
I make a .pedal ly of renting proicrty and
collecting rent.. If you are looking for a
huuac, commit my bulletin If your house
la vacant and you want a tenant, Mat It with
me. No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY,
Real Katate Agent
New house, newly furnlaheil, all molern
Imprsvementa, large rooma, good table.
91 RS. IM. C. tiOODli,
SJ CollcBC fit,
17 South Main Street,
Hare everything In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and aril them a. eheap and deliver them nt
your bom. as quirk a. any htlnac In the city,
Fresh vegetables from th. country every
A .rial will show you what we ran do.
saptlTdtr HARU BHOTHURH.
aOT ytt " wja
ASHEVILLE TO CANADA.
INTF.RKHTINO HKCORO OF AN
Knoxville, Cincinnati and Niag
ara FallH The French Problem
In the Dominion The at. Law
rence. Nbw York, Sept. 19. For a thorough
appreciation of our own dear home, with
ita many blessings and great attraction..,
it is only necessary to take a brief pil
grimage to other sections, and to select
those most favored that, by a fair com
parison, we may learn that we have
never yet begun to imagine how beauti
ful is our country and how delightful our
climate, aud also to take warning that
it now depends upon ourselves to decide
whether our town shall hold the high
poiitiun as a pleasure and health resort,
to which she is honestly entitled.
A party of Asheville's "oldest resi
dents," intent upon such thoughts, have
recently visited some other lovely spots,
of which a short account may not weary
First, to reach the good city of Knox
villc it was needl'ul to pass through Mor-
ristown, where a provoking accident
canned a tedious tlclnv, and enabled nn
insicction of one of the most Uotl-for-silken
hotels which, we hoie, can be
found in the United States, which as n
"lilcssinir in tlisiniisc." causes the trnv
cllcr to push onward to the comforts of
the ralnce hotel ol Knoxville. Inns,
too, a dny ride is obtained through the
lamous blue grass region or Kentucky,
which deserves more than can ever be
said in its praise, which is more than can
liesnid of certain "cities" through which
one pusses, and of which we luivc heard
talcs of tremendous booms. The most
that could lie seen ol' them were long
rows ol electric lamps extending through
woods mill Ileitis. 1 Ins boom was
very good thing for some people, no
doubt, but let Asheville ever show some
thing more substantial, less ethereal,
tiHin which to base hers.
A first visit to Cincinnati strikes one
as showine it to lie the dirtiest city und
most thoroughly begrimed with smoke.
we linve ever seen, but yet giving very
L'ootl accommodation at llielirniiil hotel.
In addition to its snot, this city seems to
boast of it. Zoo and itsinelincd railways,
the bitter of most terrible aiHK-arnuce
nnd destined at intervals to relieve it of
some of its surplus population, by sliding
them gracefully to the Imttoin of the
the Ohio river.
Twelve hours and as many dollars
t ikea us to Niagara Falls, where a mo t
delightful three days' rest is enjoyed. We
wish a law could pass congress requiring
every ?ttizcn ol tne nation to vibh nuiit
ara at least once each year. It is a
shame and burnnm disgrace to hail so
mnnv oronle who could eniov it thor-
oul'IiIv if thev would, who do not take
the slight trouble to go. Ourowu feeling
is that no human being can look on the
wondrous lieautv ol the miuhtv cataract
without seeing new und fresh impressions
ol the power, mercy and love ol its ere
ntor. A sail down the mnunifieent St. I.nw-
rence is a tlrliultt indeed. To shoot its
numerous rapids, feeling the huge steam
boat, with its load of imsaciiL'crs, trcm
hie in tin. embrace of its boiline, rushing
waters, and npnenrcntly being hurled to
sure destruction on the huge boulders, by
which its grazes within a hair's breadth
all ol tins is nn exiiencnce we nave en
iovctl und will long rcmcnilier.
This no i c river so noius ourniiccuons,
that our iotirnev continues northward
otic hundred and fifty miles licyond (Juc
hec, and then we ascend the Sngernc to
its head of navigation, livery inch is ea-
joycil. Grand mountains, of everlasting
rocks, rise perpcnilicuinriy irom me water
nearly two thousand lect ubove our
heads, with every niche in their several
face filled with rich foliage and bright
ml berries, which look down at them
selves rcllcctcd in the mirror of nature,
the ulossv waters ol the liuuc river.
A mom mnnv interesting and curious
things to lie noted, we consider the chief
to lie the tact, that in nn i-.tigiisn nation
on the American continent, are louiiil
whole communities whose liinmiage
French, and scarcely a person who seems
williiiL' tn sneak the Kmrlisli tonuue. This
seems to lie the casecsjieciallvinthe prov
ince of (Jnelwc, nnd a Iricnd tells us that
it is becoming o serious point inCnnndinn
IKilitics, how to keep the control of the
government from falling intothehnndsof
the French. The increase of the French
inundation hns been licvoml nil prece
dent. From some sixtv thousand at the
time ol cession to England, it now ex
ccctls three million, without any assist
ance from iininiirrntion. This Inruc pro'
IKirtion ol Luiiitdinn Mipulatioil Keen
ihrniaelvra entirelv distinct from nil
others; Siebk their own Innguuge; elect
their own mem tiers; intermarry -niuoiiK
themselves only; nnd-strictly adhere to
l heir own rcliL'ion. This ol course
Catholic, and their devotion to it is evr
deuced by the large sie nndcxiciisi'cl'in'
IhIi ol' their numerous churches. For in
stance, wc see one small town of possibly
two thousand inhabitants, whose poor
and uliniist sniiahil residences nrc circled
around a church of stone which must
have cost nt least fi(.0M. and not a sin'
gle hamlet do wc puss, however small or
iMior it initv lie, nut wc sec inc neui
attractive church to be its central
mi iat .imminent feature.
We conlil nil more in your space um
you cuiild spare with lite many strnngc
whence after n short visit, wc hasten
Imck to our native hind which we first
reach in the Adirondack region and in
nrct one of its most romantic sections
the Atisaiiic cnosm, ano men .iuiiuh
lovely Lake lieorge, reach Alimny nna
thence by one of our sailing palaces tie'
.i .In. lliul.n.1 tn irrnnil New York.
In this big crowded city, it is as usual
nor ooiiil luck to meet mnnv familiar and
faces. Mr. und Mrs. Mcnrs
greet us kindly as we pass along Uroitif
way ; Mr. YVhitlock is nt our own hotel
nr .trnrohl friends, who nreremem
Ivn-H hv so mnnv persons in Asheville,
nr nn.1 Mra. V. K. Sneitr. welcome us
to their home in llrooklyn. Altogether
nn nrrivnl in New York seems nlmost the
tame ni lieing nt home once more, nnd so
here we rest for n week to recruit our
l.iculties nnd will lie with you next Tues
day nlternimnj ! ti.
Kcv. (twen II. Johnson, of lngoldtown
ship, died .Wednesday night, lie wns
niuii.t hwhiii.vfii venrs old and was a
local deacon in the Methodist church, of
which he hntl been n memlicr lor more
than fifty years. Clinton Caucasian
llirbnrv Press nnd Carolinian: Died
Scntemlier 4, nt 0 n. m at his home in
this city, Wm. Hnle.Sr., ngeil 01 veura.
Mr. Male wns born nt Conway, Mass.,
. oi i 71U1. Mir lortv venrs iiust
he hns lived In Hickory, till his death-
en used by old age.
w... .,;.. I'rnwl'nril. wife of Hon. Dnn
id Crawford, died nt her home In Crews-
villi-. Alit.. in 70111 yrnr oi ner ngc. ..
Crawford's maiden name was McNeill,
I .1.. ...... n .wilivv lifCllllltnllllS coittv
. tl,l..i..te. Her hitslinnd, Hon. Daniel
Crawlnrd, is a brother of Kattir II
Crawford, of Wadesboro.
ODD'S A"'l ENDS.
Oregon .vuk'cUnn udditlonof 130,004
to Its pnpnl iilon this year bv Immigra
tion. Winter liiiinni nnmnd Hi'iioiiiKton,
Vt., when up to n day or two agon
small pou I w.in fovend Willi let-twelve
to fourteen Int'lum tbiek.
Clerks in l)iid ui liw f r.ii'-il n
anion nnd iuteivl u;,'lt itl:i,, .'or li. iti
ty nnd i i :'fer I ion in.
The Hit mK. 1 1 j;o. . nun ir ! about
to exp.tutl rSI5,(K)(.n(lfl up .ii !li poii
striieiion of i...ii'.i.il. . . .
CoiIIIhIi foM iw tlm lee u( an leelierj;
iwii inn I y ir ieli the .'.t r imder
li, wlileb ill i" afl'inli tlr ;i nn eel
I. -nt f i'tl' . ; gi-omi.l.
Two ilyi: ,vion t.f I'l.ciH) ' pt.ipiin
itv me being mnilo for llerlin, eneli ol
wit;, 'i will H .in:re nlmiit .Oil:) Imrsi
Wilcox, ill" lirldB Jump who died
Sunday sin nfler iliciie; li, feel from
i.'ilielin , tl bridge, luul k 'V. lives.
ilneUineii in Mnli iui ire, wauling tn
lisetiunu: Sunday funerals. Iinvn tid
uueixl rut" for tiiix day fifty et-iits.
An old ; ! nriii of HlS vii-vshi liir
iiihigliain, U., n'eenily died fnnu tilt,
(TeetN of eN'eoKlvednm'Ing at bis birth
Weslivn capitalists will eslulilisli an
inineii- i" eimg est.ililisliineiil in San
Friuieise .. I'iin capital slock of tin
new em rprix' is .'.:iil(l,0ll l.
A liaiiiesville (ia.) Iiiini ba t wentj
el',':, p'.ilil 'il Willi eiiriiiil!:erw. j
lii- I arm all nonli ami cM'cts to
'iilie not le.-vi llian .'i.iiihi from his
An AiiHislnok irie.i eoiipl" -re nmr
rieil hint wet!, uluwc oombiniil ago
wore 2fl ye.nx the bride In in 1 1 and
llip brvlr ! hiiii one year her -.:!or.
After li iii'IiiiiiiiiIv t.e'fii! r r. riuore
hail 1'iirty yai's, .It !in rr:i:-r and hi:
irife Maiildii died TuoMiay nt their
lioaie in DriHiklyu wiiliin out- hour of
Joliii I ii.- rvoiiH. a reformed fiimiibal
from t. l i'i l.laml.s U In-ttiriiig in
ieorjr i llewiys be never did any
thing 1 i l'i l'U Hint be regnels so kivii
Iv lis t'le ealhig of bis fellow men.
(ii-ilue Vjgles, a rureleRM fanner of
Omiu; v id.-, was spraying bis iirebard
with n x linioii of imris gre"ii. Three
f Ills little t'ltn dniuk out of the ran
when tbirsiv nnil ono Is deml. 'I'll
flier two a very low.
The lii;Ji. -I prie" nt the t'nJilie sale
ivns l7r,oou iraiies lor .iii'issoiueri
(initio." A "Holy Family," by Uu
Ih'Iis. l.rtiUL'lit ll'.'.IHKI franes, tlio total
luiinev n-nliitl lu'lng l.ri'.lll.lHKI frillies.
During the last two month a single
nueiiimeer nt llm Hotel Dnm.it hns sold
iiielureH to theiiiiioiint of over 8,000,0K)
Savs a 'INpateb fnim Sltlr.'y, O.
Sotuetniiig remnrUuble liitpN'neil here
wfenlny to n cow. Tlmro wero twi
large tni's el uh' together on tli etlg.
of n rlover Held. A fenen toiielntl
Ither tiw. but tlio rein bad no feneo.
The eow wiiee.etl Into tlio gap. mid
without luiMiug tlimiigli iM-gnii to
browse. She siMin begun to swell with
gun generafiil by the grtHui clover, and
to get lieroiit one of tbo tiws bad to
Ith-ll M'll Mlimiierliu;.
Senotor Kdmiiiids lias a very pretty
eounlrv pli'-e in oriuoiit, nnd lili
home at i.:irliugton is liigl. anil ctsil
Senator Vaiiee, of North Carolina, luif
nlKiut a thoiiHiinil aeri-s HiirniuiidhiK
his eoimtry place, near 1slievlllo, N
(.'., mid lie sins lie would n thousand
times mtlier gn then1 than to While
Sulphur Springs or Samtoga. "The
idea of nuridisu for me, be tviunrliisl
(ho oilier day, "Is to get down nt my
home in the mountain, where' I eau
throw off my oout, stretch nijM lf tin
ier n tiii- nnd wnleli an old nigger
plow with noun eyed mull
KvSenator Palmer v. : :iei. nu Itiat lie
intend- tn mnUe n tour of the lakes on
one ot his frvlnlit sle.ii.i--r, ami ufler
he n'lnnis ho will soldo down In Id:
log cabin near Del roll. This lug en bin
ciintuiiis about six rooms, mel It cost
hJ-jimhi to build, rainier ban a lot of
.lomoy cows, tin milk of wbleli cost
him fully ns Hindi as that of Senator
Kvart. and bis farming is onrt of tlio
luxuries of a millionaire, lie blows up
sluiniw Willi tlynaiiiile, ral-s iisii in
Kind kept fresh by a steam enguia
pumping wider info it nntl entertains
magnificently, lie calls linnseit a pio
neer, mid his house Is HetitioiiHly tlul
bill Font Hill, liecaiiMi, be soy, them
is no fountain inul no bill eniitiiH'ieil
with It--Washington l-tler.
In the llrltl.1. Miiwum,
'Ixitils Fagiiii. the muster of prints
in the British Museum, ami the only
living man who can put his baud on
every volume In that wonderful colloo-
tioii. is mining to tell iH'ople on till:
title the water itlioiit the treiomres oi
(be luilseiitn. I luul beard it said tlutt
Mr. Fugnn could, In Just two minute
after demand ninth' on him, pnklueu or
liK'ale any tnniire in Ids eliiirgn. It
nut also been Niltl that everything
worth keepluu Is kept under the
roof below which lie reieiis supn'me
When iiitriKliKiMl to lilm I nsketl rnsii
ally If lie would let me lis.k al It eoiy
1 the 'Vermont l'liniiers .xinianan,
liouiiiblet I Imiln t beard of hiiiae my
IkivIiimkI, nnd wbleli I didn't suppose
inv Wnuoiit fanner even bad r-vsr
intservetl. 'Ortnliil.v.' said lie, touch
iuga bell and culling an old attendant
;o wlmlll lie gave n sun 01 ii.ikt ooh
iidiilim the name of the tliini' desired
. . " . . ... i..... i,,i
and Its mention. jni i.w -"i
ilm old nttendant enme nncR witn
eonudete llle of that Alnmniic!" Inter-
eiew In New Vi.'-' .111
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ATTENTION. DEMOCRATS I
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY F.I.F.C-
TION FOR BVNCOHBB.
Full and Complete inHtrnctlons In
ReKHrd lo Holdluu; it The Num
ber of ItelesateM From Kach
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of Ituiicomlic county :
Pursuant to a call heretofore made. to
the democratic voters of the various
townships of Buncombe county to hold
primary elections on the 27th duy of
this month for the purpose of giving the
lemocriitic voters of the county an tip
inrtiinity to express their choice of can
didates for the house of representatives
ud scv.Tid county offices, it is thought
necessary to give some specific instruc-
ions, as to the manner of holding such
riniary elections, as follows:
First. The democrats of the several
townships are earnestly requested to
meet at the usual voting place of the
wiiship not Inter than 1(1 o'clock
n the morning of Saturday, the 27th of
this month. The democratic executive
committee will select two good demo-
ruts to act as judges of, and
to conduct, the election. In the
liscncc of the executive committee or
failure to act on their part so. soon on
the morning of the said election as six
cinocrats shall arrive thev shall proceed
at once to elect the two judges herein
irovitletl lor, whose ilutv it sliull lie to
provide a box or other means for voting.
Alter the box or other means shall have
Ih-cii provided, each and every democrat
or other voter pledging himself to sup-
pun inc nominees in me oeiiioiTaiie
party, shall be allowed to cast one vote
lor a candidate for each of the county
offices nntl one vote each for two candi
dates lor the IcL-'Hlnturc. The votes nuiv
tc either written or primed on one piece
I iiiH:r or Bcpnrntclv as the lutlues may
determine licit ire the votini; Ih'uihs.
M'contl. I he polls should Ik- kept open
I it mi iu o clock a. m. till 0 o clock p. m
ir utter u tne jtuigcs think it nilvisniiic
ir necessary, to uive every voter in the
ownsiup wim ilesires to tlo so an op-
loriuuuy tn vole.
1 hud. W hue the election of candidates
lor the various offices is lieinc proceeded
with each voter shall also lie allowed to
ote for iltliL'alcs to the county con yen-
ion who shall lie in niiinlicr one dclcuutr
lor every twenty-five democratic votes
nnd fractious ol fifteen or over cast for
iiivernor Fowle in the last prcccdinu
election. 1 he si-vera I townshipsnnil pre
cincts will therefore lie entitled to select
the lollowmi! number of tlclcunlcs rc
Aalicvillr Ruat Ward 1:1
West Ward 22
I luul 4
Illiick Mountain 4
I'air View r.
l-'n-ni'h liroad a
Hint Creek !l
l.imra one 4
.owi-r llomhiy a
Krt-ma Creek 4
Saiuly Muih 4
4-th. It shall be tliedutvoflliedclecatts
so elected, to attend the county conven
tual which will nsseiublc in the court
house in Asheville nt 1 1 o clock a. in. nu
Saturday the 4th day of October, lH'.H
when nnil where thev ahull cast the vote
of the township sending them, according
to uic result oi me primary election giv
ing to each candidate his proportionate
tmrt of the wite of the township as cast
lor him in said primarv elections. If nuv
candidate shall fail tn receive a minority
of the votes in said county convention
cast in accordance with votes cast in the
primaries, then it shall lie the duty of the
lelegnlcs in said county convention tn
proceed to select n candidate lor such
olliee wherein such failure occurred.
Filth. Himiii the closinc of the polls
said piiluc. will proceed at once, in the
presence ol such voters as may choose to
be present, to count the votes cast, both
lor candidates and tlelciratcs, nnil certify
the same in duplicate, and send one copy
to the undcrsiuncd chairman ol the
county executive committee, and deliver
ing the others to a delegate elect to he
presented by linn to the .ocl county con
Bv order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mcbiirn,
C'h. Dcm. I;x. Com. Iliiiicnuilic Co.
The -Mother's Friend"
Not only shortens labor and lessens
pain attending it, but greatly iliimiuslics
the dancer to lite of both mother and
child if used a lew mouths Ik lore couhnt
Write Rrndfield Keuututiir Company
Atlanta, Uu., for particulars. By all
To insure change of advertisements
rnnnuiL' on rcgiilnr contrnel, copy must
Iw handed ill bv III o'clock a. in.
Prliv Silu. niiiiKi bodv. ton Imicuv, lictmn
terliil nnil worhiiiiuiaiuii. mi I'i'i'ii run uu
otic week. Adiln-sa or call on
II. 11. I'ATTI'.KHIIIM,
i ptndtf Cor. Illlllilr ami Knat at.
Ilnr vvmil mntillla a NimUhdl lltiuac In
iriiiiil lai-ahtv etintuillinu lour or live I'l'd
rooma wltn iniiinu room, piiru'r, kiu-iu-u
aeptiludat nn.N Bill. PIISTl 11'1'ICII.
The till books for 1 still, both atnte nnd
ttiunlv. nre In inv litintla. nnd you are
luii-ati-d to conic lorwintl lit unci- nntl ret tic
ll. I. RKYNlll.IlK,
aept'inilXiwtw Hhrrlll lliiacomlie Co.
I.nrge cool, alrv rnoma, honae newly nir-
nl-hetl i goml tulile. Term, reiiaonulile. Un
atreet cur line.
MRS. J. L. SMATIIKKS,
31M Patton Ave.
Suburban realdenec, one mile from city on
Mi-rrlimin iiveiiuc riiiul, hnndanmcly nml
eiiltlilettlv fiirilialleil ami ciuipix-d ; extililailc
vlrw; cxteuaive griiiimia; two In-ah Jcraey
eo .vai winter gartlen i horai-a nntl vrhfelea If
di'.lred. I'oaaeaaltin given Iat of November.
Owner occupying In aiimmer only would
make prrmnnrnt arrnilgeuicnt wllh purty
desiring a winter realilenec. Addnaa
acptlltllill I. (I. LOCK IIUX Ana,
Mr. and Mra. Oliver hnvlng- taken the
Inrge house In Victoria, known na "llrr
mur," are reatly to receive gtu-ala. The
htmae la aeeraailile to the stret t cara, hn. tel
ephone, linth room mid electric bella. The
alluation of the house I. high with a line
view. Tn sretire room, for the winter an
early application ahould b. mad..
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In Aahcvllle Hold, comrade, do not give thy
kit.u,l.mi. I will wll ihcc a lot at a reasona
ble. I will "end thee money to erect a houae
there nn, I will Insure thee Id a first elnaa lire
Inaiirnnce eiiiiipany. I will n-ll ymi one ol'
llitll'a line house aafea to keep thy silver, .Jew
els, etc. in. If vnu want to rent 1 will And
ynu a good t.unnt. If you want your renta
collected I will collect them lor you. I will
htiiie to ace you aoon. I III give prompt nnd
enrnrat attention to nil business put III my
bands. I'KHIUiKlCK Rt'TLItliilli.
Rent Katate Agent,
sept2Uil3ui KM Patton Ave,, Aahcvllle.
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORU' AND KWARX'R)
TliU AiiiiouiiceiuenlBliould Draw
silK Crowds and Hrlnn the Dem
ocracy of the Old Nlntli to Hie
W. T. Crawford nnd II, 0, liwart, dem
ocratic nnd republican nominees rcsiec
tively for representatives to congress
from the ninth district will buvc joint
debutes as follows:
Btirasville, Wednesday, Sept. 2th.
BakerBville, Thursday, Sept. 2.rith.
Spruce I'ine, Friday, Sept. Ufith.
Marion, Saturduv, Sept. 27lh.
Old Fort, Monday, Sept. 2!Hh.
Dysurtsvillc, Tuesday, Sept. HOth.
Iognn's Store, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Ruthcrfordton, Thtnsdny, Oct. I'd.
Haines' Store, Friday, Oct. 3d.
McFnrlund's, Snturdny, Oct. th.
Snlutla, Monday, Oct, (Ith.
llenilersonvillc, Tuesday, Oct. 7th.
Brevard, Wednesday, Oct. Hth.
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. Uth.
I'igcnn River, Friday, Oct. 10th.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 1 111.
Wnyncsville, Monday, Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14-th.
Brysoii City, Wednesday, Oct. lTith.
Robbinsvillc, Thursday, Oct. 10th.
Murphv, Friday, Oct. 17lh.
Hnycsville. Saturday, Oct. lHth.
Atpione, Mondav, Oct. 2(lth.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wcduestlay, Oct. 22d.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 2:id.
Candler. Saturday, Oct. 2.th.
Irfictstcr, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Siuulv Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 2Hth
Spring Creek, Wednesdnv, Oct.
Nlarshall, Thursday, Oct, .'Kith
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. Hist.
Asheville, Saturday, .Nov. 1st.
If cither should li' unable to meet the
appoinlincnts he will have u representa
The six.'akmg will hegm promptly at
MKKOHIi KII.I.HK Ik
Ihv nmitt wotnlcrfiil rnctl
if I tie, in Ik-ihuwc It has
ni vcr tniltfl In any in
Htnnti', nt ninttrr what
the tliHcuKc, from I.HI
Hi SY tn the simnlt'Dt
riirurasr known to the hu
The NL-irntiflc men of
to-tlny v I u I m nntl
prove that every uim
Cautivcl by Microbe,
-RAOAM'S MICROBE KILLER
x terminates the Mlcrnlii-a nnd drives them
nit ol the system, unit wm-n tllul la otine
l-ou i-nnnot linve an ui-he or pnin. No milt-
u-r w hut the ilisi-nac. whether a simple ciihc
.1 Mnlfirin -Vvi-r or n eonilunntloil oi ma-
ftwHi. we .-nrc llH-tn nil ni the aioiir time, aa
we tn-nt ull iliai-iisi-s citnaoiuiio' nny.
l.(ifii, Coiisuiiiptitin. Cittimh, llrun
chilis. Mieumiilism. Khlnvv nml Linr
Dim-use. Chills nml I'cvcr. Fcnmk
Troubles, in nil its limns, nml, in net,
cirri' Disease known to the llumun
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Trnile-Mnrk tannic n. nliove)
npH-nra on cues jug.
Send for book "History of the Microlie
Killer," Kivcn nwny by
J. H. tiRANT, Ph.
Sole Axent. Aahcvllle, N. C.
nov!7dlv tu frl un
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Ol' W11.MINI1TON. N. C.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $5,000,000.
PAR VALUE OF STOCK, $100.
Investment allures payable 7l cents per
month, IK-r share. (Inly 12 in mil lily pay
mint for any year. No extra naacaamenl..
Stock estimated to ninturc In alx year.
Mtmliei can withdraw their depoalta lit nny
lime and net tl per cent Intcrcat. Reasons
why every one should hnve atoi-k In thia Aa.
oeintioii: You can borrow money at ll icr
cent ll. ai-curitica are I'lrat MnrtKiiite only
The borrower shares the profit. Shares are
non-1'orfi'ltublc. The bnrroer itela full face
value of hla ahnrc.. Conacrviitlve. relliible
mid trustworthy. Stop uuyinit rent, liny
a hiuiie with the money von pay lor rent. Ik
your own Inotllurd.
III'I'ICBKS AMI IHKIiCTIIKS.
I. Wilder Atklnaon, Preablent; II M Ilnw
dell, Viec-rrelili-llt;H. S. Tennrnt. Seentnr.v ;
C It. Ilonlrn, Triituri-rl Ireilcb Mciirrs.lirn
erul Attorm-vi J. U. Kenly, llerry lilenves,
lanae llatia, Will. II. f.riin.
'I'lii ANNoelatinn la under management of
men of long lmineaa cxiK-rienee. Von einl
ttnt litttl n betlcr iuvi-liiieiit. Hood, relialtle
i,i. li wnnleil aangiilta. Kight miin inn ae
urc line territory. Atldrea
1!. S. TKNNKNT, Kccrctliry
Or I. S WATTIiRS, Alanuger Agi-nelea,
Wllmlnglon, N. C. aepl llidat
KliVliLL. & WAGNE",
Slieecasors to Kopp M l.lehtenls;rger,
SUGAR. AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coirees routed on the premiaea ibllly, anil
urounil for every euslouier.
Full Line of Table Supplies).
1-r.r tb-llverv. A full Hue of I'eetl, nitnlshcil
at wholeanle priei-s.
a8 PATTON AVIiNl'i:.
Telcplltilic No. OP.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received o fine lot of
With the latest styles of handles silver
plated nnd nxlillxeU. Also u large aupply of
Of the Latest Itdltlnns.
MMiwe wou mafSMfrartaMf
at HiirfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
Itoan tw given In ctiirtw, tea, or In .rtlclasnl limt,
WlinOUl UIC SnOWIC'ISlI til ltH"-m ll ll,-.riv.ry ,
It It aliatilutely harmless anft will UTivt a pertus
n.at and speedy cure, whether the patient l a
miHl.rstcilrlnkoriir nn altvliiillc wreck. ITNKV
Rll TAILS, lti'liersti'saoipilelly and with atlrh
eartnluty that the patient unilerRi-. no Inetin.
vohlenc., .nd anti tits cnniplt-te rt'ltirinatlun ll
ffooletl. 8 pag. book Insi. To ue had ol
RAYBOR ft SMITH, llrugglnta,
Aahevlllr. N. C,
auUSM&wly mon wed frl
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Weatcra North Carolina tllvl.lon.
PASKBNOBR TRAIN 6CHBDULB
Its Rrvrct Aumiat 81 1
78th Meridian time uaed when not otherwiw
1 '.' 4onm
' New York, .
1 2 2npm
1 1 24um
Lv. New York,
" Knosv ie,
No. OS I"""
A. & 8. R. R. T No.' A4"
700 p m
607 p m
S40 p ra
No. IS I (llally except Sunday.) I No. 17
7:1.1 a mLv. Aahcvllle, Ar.4t)Apm
242 pml "
Aral pml "
1(15 p in
94S a m
A SO a m
Noa. AO and Al. Pullman Sleeper, between
KiilclKh nnil Morriatown.
No. R'2 nml A3 I'lillnuin Bunet Sleepinff
Cara iKtwcen Hot SprlnK and Wiiahinton.
W . A. W1JHUUKJM, U. 1 A.,
Aahcvllle. N. C.
J AS. L. TAYU1R.O. P. A.,
'vaanimrton .1 -u.
Street Car Schedule.
ItcirlnnlnK at 7 a. m. BndlnR 10.00 p. m
Cir leave. SiUlire for all point, on the
hour, and twenty and forty minute, there
after. Schedule car. connect nt Square.
Train car and buKtuiK. car meet everv
train, tine valine allowed each paMena-ef .
BiikieaKC trnnslerreil from all point. In the
city for 2A cents.
TUB ASHHVII.I.B STRBBT RY. CO.
Palacc Stcamirs. Low Rati.
Four Trip, par Wak Mvm
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
rsttMkaj.tisuit Bt. Mart, sad issks
Huron W.t Ports.
Bvsrr Wssk Dsy wssn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
8rrlj fWaaUf THpt 4rtrif Jnm, Ulj, AafMl Otfi,
Doubt" Dally Line Bstwssn
CHICAGO ANO ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
Ouh Illustrated fAnaiMLrT
liattaM nnd Kaouraln Tlossts will bsfurnlshMl
by your Ticket A stent, or sddrM
E. B. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A.. Dwkmt, Mich.,
Oatrolt and Clevsland Steam Nnv. Co.
Chicago & Alton R.R
PA8TB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aahcvllle to Kanaa. City In 37 hoars.
.Mltvai t.i H-nvr In Al hour..
Aahcvllle to Kan Kraneiaco, California, and
Purtlantl, llreiion. In A dav..
Solid Veatibuled Trnlna St. Louis to Kan
aa Citv. Ki-clininK chair car free.
For lull Information call on or write to
B. A. Newland,
matrlct Passenger Aitcnt,
No. tn I'alton Ave., Aahcvllle, N.C.
I. CHARLTON. O. P. A.. Chicago. III.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAHKBB 8T. PAUL
AMI NORTIIBRN PACIFIC R. R'S.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car leave. Chi
cago tliiltv art.ao p. m.
For St. I'niil anil Minnrnpoli..
" Pnrgo, North linkotn.
I It It nn and lluttc, Montana.
M The Yellowstone Park.
" Spokane Palls nnd Tacoma.
. l'..rln.t.l flr..u.,n
Prat Koutc to Scuttle and all North Pacific
The Sct-nic line to California, via Portland
unit the Shaatn Koine.
Ticket, on anle evcrywnere.
Kr infiirniiititin lltllllv to nnv Agent.
ixl.ln-aa A. V. II. CAKI'KNTKH. r.cnerul 1'HS-
acnurr Agent. Chicago. III., or ll. C. IIhaiiv
Southern Pnaacnger Agent, Louisville. Ky.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
on and after this date the following ached-
idea w ill Ik- run over Ita "Columbia Hlvlalon."
No. A3 Leaves Ltilumlila- o.ku p. n
Arrlvca atChnrlraton u.ail p. m.
No. 82 Leave. Chnrlotnn 7.1(1 a. m.
Airtvca ntcolumina ll.nn m. m.
Connecting with trnlna to and from all
ptdntaon the Charlotte, Columlila Ac Ail
gustn and Columbia At Greenville Railroads.
T. M. BMKRSON, Oen. Paaa. Agt.
I. P. flKVINB. fin Sunt.
Ikulnnlnit to.ttny the hntiunKe businesk for
merly carried tin by The A win-v. lie Htreet Rail
way Comimny will le continued the un-
rsliiiu'd under the name uf
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.
I will Ik? glad to acrvc my friend., and will
promise prompt attention to all order, en
truatrd to me.
tiillcent Street Railway Company', olliee.
Telephone Nn. 1U. Rcaiwctfully.
II. M.JONUS, AKeilt,
September It), INtitl.
Cheap Kate to all FolntaV
RAILROAD TICK UTS bought, sold and
exchanged. All trnnanctlon. guaranteed.
C. P. RAY,
tippoaltc Swniniiinon Hotel. anl9 dtf
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.,(Y.M.C. A.R00MS.)
Open dally, except Sunday., from 10 a. m
until 1 p. m and 8 until 7 O.
The term, of .ubacrlptlon arts One year
$3; 8 mo.., 811 SO l 8 mo.., II 1 1 mo., SOcta.
dolly 2 tM.
Officer, for 1 StiO President, Charles W,
Woolscy s Vice-President, Tbo.. A, Jones I Bee,
and Treasurer, D. 8. Wataon l Librarian, Mia.
B. J. Hatch. ,
Cltlten. and visitor, ar cordially Invited
to Inspect th. catalogue and Inscribe their
name, as members. aaSOdtf
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