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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890.
I Nature should .
(insisted In tti
spring to throw or
t!ie heaviness o!
circulation of tile
docs It so well, mi
os Sniffs Spcdliii.
T rmvn iinocl R. 8. 8. for a numlior nf
vi-nrs, and coiiKidcr it f'.n pest tonl'-ni '
IiIikkI ruiiitily dial. I rvr iikciI. In fa.
i would in.!. nlliMi.pt in enter upon
spring or n..:ii;icr hi 'liis rlimnlo wit1.
!l. H. V. f'nl.KMAN,
Of Coli.'mu'i I'Vrjruson te Co.,
Dwlo City, F' .,
Our lxKik on Wo. 1 mid Skin Dlscii'.
Bwivt Si'K.cific Co.. Atlanta, Go,
ofi 'jrniX'wi v
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
OIHcc Room K, McAfee llullillllK.
Hours in n. in. to I p. m. and 4 to 0 p. in.
Tch-pone- No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I". O. Hoi J57, is Hendry Block.
a. ii. conn,
STK NOGKA PH E R.
itftitT uverj. n. I.aw'n Htore, ttouth Muln
" With Bit 5c.
I'lllintf with Ktl-r or fin)iilcnm....rOc. io7rc.
" fl.iMinnd upward.
Set nf teeth ftt.iHi.
Ik'Ht net of t if III $H.oo.
No belter innde, no tnntu-r what you pay.
Hatiitiat tiiilt KiiurmiU-Vil.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Kiiimii .1 mill II, McAfee lluihllnK.
I'nltiin Avenue, Aahcvillc, N. C.
I'SACTICK I.IMITKII TOTIIR
Kyc, Kar, Throat and Noc.
nu 111 itlf
Attorney at Uw(
MARION, M. C.
Will iwiictlee In the I mil nnd litlh Judicial
limlrutu of North Carolina anil in the Su
iitemr Court and thr Frderiil Court of the
V cittern IHnlrlcl oi North Ciirolinu.
I II Ho '. IlAVIhiHiN, Triim. A. Jon KB
Kalrii:li. J ah. ;. Mamtin. AnIi-vIUc.
AVII'SIIN. MARTIN t JllNHS.
Attorney, nml Counat-llora nt l.nw,
Aahrvillc, N. C.
Will prattler In (he 11 III anil l-'lh Juilielnl
lhatrirta, unit In the Supreme Court nl North
I'Mrollnti, nml in the I'cilcral Court, of tlic
Weatcrn lilMtrli-t ol North Ciiroliuu.
Kelt! lo Hank ot Aalievillc. iltHl
Jt A THNNKNT.
Architect himI Cwntractor.
I'lnna. aeciliciitiona nml catlinntca fur.
Mialieil. All work In my Hue contracted for,
nuil uo chtiriire tor ilru wiiiM" on eontrncta
Krtimu-ia when leilml.
Ollu-r: No. 1-J Heuilrv Pluck, Nortti Court
felium-. Aicvillc. N. .' relilthlly
h. ii. kci-vks, i. n.s. I 11. k. smith, d.ii.s.
Urn. Reeve & Hmlth.
In Connnlly miiullUK. nut KeilwiMiil'ii Store,
Teeth vatrnclcil without pnln, with Ihencw
iicalhctic. nil'l nil cttara of irn-uulitrity enr
re. teil. irhl.'ldl y
J I'. RAMSAY. II. 11.8
Kiu'.TZ) oiiicc i
oyer the Nntlonnl Mnnk of Aahcvillc. Ilnr
mini ll.iil.llim. Residence, llll Chnrlnllc at.
LESSENS PAIM rFD Tn LIFE! t
DIMINISHES VWfo im"
BRADFIELO REEUlMOf CO. ATLANTA
Iinpmvril nml unimproved rrntealiitrjiotll
hualneaa nnd rral'lrnec property; any klnil,
liny prlrt. In lint pnrt or theelty. I'AHMINI!
AND MININd LAN I IS.
I mnke a niwrlnlty of rciitliitf pruinrty nml
collrctliiK renin. If you nre looklnu for n
hmiar, ronault my liullctln If your hnuar
I. vntant unit you wnnt a tennnt, Hat It with
ntc. No tennnt, no ebnritc.
C. F. RAY.
Real ISntate ARrcnt.
K1CAI IvHTATM AGENT
My offltT hoitm will Iw from thin time on
from in to 1, Will Ik- ld to nttn d to Any
hunt cim durlnu thine hour. 1 will ahiu be
In my oflit-r ttfl nnd on from M to 10 a. m.nnd
front 1 to 7. I will he ulad to how any
Itroitrrty durlnK thow hiira Come anil li t
mi- kImiw vou Home linntlxomt property.
17 Mouth Malu Street, .
llnv cvcrythlnn In the tine of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
unit II them nathtap and deliver them nt
your home a qulek any house In the city.
I'reah vegetables I nam the country every
A trial will show you what we can do,
eptlTdtr HAHU DHOTHBRH.
I IH TUB
A CHILD'S ENDURANCE.
I'NI-ROTKCTKn THRKK DAYS
AND TWO NIGHT.
He Wiin Neither Hcnred to Death,
Nor Killed by Hunirer, Nor toy
the ICxpoHure A Touchlutr Re
cital. (k'ornc Weaver, a spinner, lives nliout
two niilc-H from Hudson N. Y. He hns a
wife nml two children. The yoiinuer
child is n six week's foil by. The older is
u hoy three years old. His nil me is Day
ton Weaver. When a boy offered Mr.
Weaver a mongrel puppy, three months
iif!o, Mr. Weaver accepted it ns a com
panion for his child. The dog was called
Tuesday inornin,,' Dayton was up
early playing about thcyard with l''rank.
At 1(1 o'clock neither was to lie seen. A
few hours later a cold, fierce rain set in,
the ncigliljorliood was aroused and over
thirty men Ix'Knn to search for the miss-
iiiK boy. He was not found Tuesday
and till dnv Wednesday and until far in
t'-.c niKbt they scoured the county around,
hut lound no trace ot nov or doe.
Mr. Weaver returned to bis home
weary nnd wet to the skin. Mrs. Weaver
was sitting by the window, and not a
tear Had tnllen Irom tier eyes.
"The boy must be dead," said the hus
band. "The rain would kill him, even if
he wasn't scared to death or if he isn't
dead from huiifcr."
The mother neither moved nor siokc.
All the night she snt listening to the fall
Thursday forenoon Fred Coons and
Giles D. Van Deuson came to the edge of
a swamp three miles from Weaver's
house. Van Deuson handed Coons his
gun and licgiin to mnke his wnv through
lliccilgcol the swamp. All nt once lie
stoiH.'d in astonishment. There was a
clear bit of firm ground a few yards in
front of him. In the midst ot it was a
cedar tree. Under the tree, seated timn
the ground, was the lost boy. His bare,
brown lees, torn and bleeding, were
stretched straight in front of him. His
hare Iret were hniiscd and cut. Ills
hands were torn and smeared with blood.
He was quietly sitting there, playing
with it tin can." He had put u stone in it
and it was milking a great rattling.
Frank, the dog, was running to and Iro
about him seemingly enjoying the noise.
The bov's face was tear-stained and his
eyes were swollen. But he was not cry
ing then, and there was a lime laugiucr
lurking in his face, which was thin and
hollow and flushed with fever. His head
wns hnre. Van Deuson with everybody
else had supposed that the hoy was dead
after these days and nights of exposure
to rain nnd cold. The pup ran at him
savagely and began to bark nnd snap.
Hut the bov looked nt him with frank,
questioning eyes, nnd snid:
"Wnnt mntnmu. 1'sc hunirrv."
Van Dcuscn tucked up this prodigy ot
endurance. "You re hungry.'" nc in
" 'lvss. An" I'se wet. It wnined an'
wnined." Then the child begnn to sob a
little, and said, "It was dark and cold. I
Soon the Ikjv was with his mother, sufe
again after enduring hunger and cold mid
rain and dampness and fatigue that few
crown men would care to risk. His first
,. "Hungry, mamma!" nnd thenhebegnn
to cry sullly, but soon stopped.
There were tenrs in the eyes of the men
as they looked into the kitchen and saw
the young mother crying and sobbing
over the bov, who sal on her lap and
looked about with his ryes wideopennnd
astonished. I'rnnk was running around
thcehnirin which the bov andhismother
sal. As the dog is only three monthsold
its fidelity to the hoy is most remarkable.
The hoy, sitting on his mother'! lap.
looked nt him and snid: "Pwnnk bud
wis me!" This wnsuboutthconly remark
he made. The storv of his sufferini:, his
fenr in the urent lonely forest, with the
rain falling through the inky dnrkness of
the night, will never tic told, uui n can
Mhe WM to toe Hantted.
I'rom thr New York Bxchanxe.
Itriuison Howard had for some time
liccii a prey to n lady amateur who wuii
ted him to write her a play. Howard
pleaded a crush of work, sickness, deaths
in his neighborhood, nnything, every
thing which seemed to offer a cat hole
through which to crawl. The would-be
actress was firm.
"Madam," nt last said the desicratc
playwright, "I will write you n piny, but
I strangely fear me it will not suit."
"(Hi I'm sure it will. Can you give me
any idea of the plot or incidents?" said
the embryo Kistori. "This must lie emo
tional nnd dark, nnd I must be the star
"It shall be dark indeed, mndant, on I
vou ahull be Ihc central figure," said the
author. "It shall be in live nets. The
first scene of the first uct shall lie a dark
and deserted battlement scene. In the
foreground stretches the grim arm of n
gallows, to which dangles an exiectnnt
noose. A clock strikes VI nnd on the
stroke three sullen executioners appcur,
1. u. e. dragging you. Thty go at once
to do the work so plainly painted in the
hour nnd scene and hang you. Tremolo
music by the orchestra, This cntls the
first scene. The second scene oicns on a
picnic by the balance of the cast. They
are s "
"Hut I don't really die?"
"Certainly you do."
"Hut don't I come to life ngnin ?"
"Never, madiiin, ncvcr,"said the drum
ntist, with great energy. " Hut," he con
tinued insinuatingly, "this play presents
many new und what I should think
would be attractive features to n star.
You can, after the hanging, go nround in
the front nnd see the play; a privilege
not often vouchsafed the star. Or you
can go home or attend some other tlicn
tre while your production is being run
through the other four nets. Or you"
Hut Ihc ludy scornfully withdrew with
the blighting information thnt she did
not like the plot and he need not mind
nbout writing it nt till.
Three ot a Kind.
Reggie "CholPy matched his pair of
donkeys against Hertie's coin nnd Ted
The Major "Choll'y goin' lo drive the
The Major "Then I buck the don
keys." Reggie "Hut I don't see why, don't
The Major "Hccause three of a kind
beats two pairs.
DyliiK Made Kaay.
from the New York Weekly
Lounger "Do cook books form an lm-
Hirtniit item in your sales?"
Bookseller "Yes; we sell them by tbe
Lounirer "The women npnrecintr them,
Itiiiikaeller "Oh. the women don't huv
jthem; their husbands do."
REVIF.W OP THE QVARTKR.
MiNHou alii. Third Quarter, lute.-
nation Merlew. ttept. as.
The Uutchiiigs comprised ill the twelve
lessons prortidliig nre so many, vsrisd nnd
iniMirtant. Unit, a sperlUc review, or even
satisfactory mention of each principle ad
riiiiii'd, Is luniilfi'Ktiy 1iih.,hhIIiI. A lew
salient points, howewr, should be noted:
The di'volopmi'iit of Christian doctrines;
tbe fnct thul lliejte Icmsoiw deal chiefly with
tondilng nnd very little with personal his
tory, mill esie'i.'illy t he liiNtiuii'os given 11
liistriitiu.4 tlm it'iMons why meu do not nc
eupt the Kiwiifl ami oritur their livna in iwv
conlnnce therewith. Jn tho ciisbh of thnw
bidden to the supper, one wnx kept sway
by bis wife, nnd another hy his oxen; one
by an iiiireaxoi, idle IiuiiIiichk, nnd iinotlier
by mere love of proMtrty.
Again, in the raxe of the. wealthy young
man we hare, a very peculiar and affecting
Instance. Tlie text plainly shows that he
wns a youth of luiii h nohllity of Hmrwuir.
and another cvniiKelist udils ihal Jmus
loved him. He was no ilnulit "one of the
must popular men ot our community," as
ths modern phriiMC has it, nnd yet ho hud not
abused his wealth or popularity, for hewsa
chaste,, temperate anil just. And yet even
he fulled to accept Christ he Imd too much
money, or at uny rate thought too inu.li
Other characters are the greedy rich
man, the huty and voluptuous umn, the
merely lnilll.r"rent. mini, and Dually Dives,
aguinst whom no serious alluKatioii l
mndo he hcmus ti have lieeu what soini
call "a downright good fellow," "a Jolly
dog," en t lux and ihiiikliiK and hnvtng n
"ifiHid time," "never iHitheriuK his head
iilsuit reforming I lie world," but "lotting
each follow look nut for himself."
And on him a special rniiileniiiiition falls
and what a fearful condemnation! Out
of nil who rr-Jcctwl Christ, iih recorded in
the quarter's Ikxmiiis, he itlono Is followed
beyond the Krave and selected as an in
stance of tlnal mid eoinplete rcpmhatloa.
Not the inuiilerur, not the extortioner, not
even the liirtenitent thief simply ths man
who had drilled along and enjoyed him
self and never Inquired ahnut the sick and
sorrow I n. Are we at lilierty to conclude
that the state of Koeiety in Miultomiiu em
pire at that time and the luxury then be
ginning nuiniiK the wealthy were consid
ered in this pnruhler And surely there
never won a time when the lesson was so
applicable as now; for then) never was a
time In the world's history w hen sn many
great fortunes were so suddenly acquired
as in the United eitates ill this generation.
Never was the moral responsibility of the
wealthy si great lis now. Wealth is not
sinful; but ns to a life of mere enjoyment
Christ lias given us t!ie divine view in Ills
account of Dives. Of nil the sinner men
tioned duriuK the quarter's lessons Dives
I selected hs t he utterly hopeless row).
It should also Is- sMvi.illy noted thnt the
work of the luxt ouuiier is practically a
study of Luke's komj1; the stii'li nl should,
therefore, as occasion serves, examine the
authorities as to l.uke. Hero it is suffi
cient to slate that he was a physician and
man of learning, a companion for some
lime of St. I'uul and author of ths "Acts
of the Apustles." Other facts of his life
are not clearly proved, but the primitive
Christians received by guuerul tradition
the statement t hut he wiih a native of An
tlocb, a Ureck hy hlrasl rather than a Jew,
or, at any rule, of Greek rearing and cult
ure, one of the earliest converts and a very
careful and dill,'nt student of all thinm
connected with the earthly life of Christ.
The style of his writing shows that he bad
the "historical sense" very well developed.
The first mention of this gokHil laullrifrd
to lie hy (.'lenient of Itiniie, ulsiut the year
KM; and It Is spoken of as a work already
generally known to Christians and accepted
as authority. Kor thuse aud many other
reasons the best judgment Is that I.uks
K rote his giwMl not long bofnre the de
-trin tlon of .lerusnlum, aud with the as
sistance of 81. Paul. Tradition odils that
he died a natural death ut the age of Hi,
after preaching in various con nt i lea. As
to thestylu of l.uke it should Is) noted thnt
he is careful to fix the time of each import
ant event by mentioning the rulers in
power at the I lino. Tho construction Is
artistic: First Is the addnns to Thenphilus
and s citation of authorities, then the ad
vent of John the llapi isl anil event in his
toric order to the Is-Klmiing of Christ's
ministry, nnd then the development of doc
trines and lessons in regular order.
The quarter now closing oeiis with an
Impnaulv lesson on the proper use of the
Kablmth; it Is not to l kept by mrro rigid
formalism, as the I'hnriMsai kept it, but
with a Joyous devotion. Ths old Jewish
Snhhatli is done sway with. The parable
of the supiwr follows, and here, as in many
other places III I. like, t be fact Is emphasised
that those who held ruin among the .lews,
with very rare exceptions, had no welcome
for .leans. The liegiiiiilng of a Christian
life "tukiiiK up the cross" the finding of
the lost soii p nnd the lost piece of money
and tbe pnsliKnl son as an example of for
Klveness follow as regular chapters In a
serial discourse iimn the work of grace.
Tbeparnhle of I lives and Ijimrtisls the
most vivid picture of the life Is-ynnd the
grave given in Christ's tearhinKs, and ap
propriately rinses this division or tula
The miracle or the ten lepers, the parable
of tho widow who prevailed by prayer and
the contrasted prayers of the Pharlsea and
publican logically come together sa con
taininu our laird's teaching on tbe power
of prayor In healing for lbs soul. Other
parables anil Inclilenu follow, earn Intro-
duclnit an Important principle of the Chris
tian faith, and the quarter closes with an
other and most emphatlo lessnn umiii the
hostility of the ehiuf priests sod t he scribes.
The student curious upon such matters
should consult some of the recent discus
sions on tho prophecy concerning the de
struction of Jerusalem, and especially ths
question lately doliuted with sums heat as
to whether St, l.uke recorded the prophecy
before or after Its fulfillment. As the city
wss destroyed In A. D. TO, and ss Luke was
traveling with 81, Paul as late as ill (In the
spring of that yearthey reoehed Rome after
the shipwreck), the question is one of great
A Careful Curglaa.
A wealthy Oeorirla man died recently.
and after t be last sad rttm the family mails
a scarab for ths will, but could not find It,
Finally some one stun td that ths body
should be exhumsd. This was dona, and
In the Inshlo pockot of ths gravs coat the
will was found. Tbe careful cltlr.cn had
put It there for safe keeping. Chicago
Tha Amarlean Asaoclstlnn for ths Ao
vsncement of Hclrncc has mndn a sift of
(3,350 tn the Toronto university for the so
eoiirsgsment of the study nf physics.
The Dally Clllaen.
Is nlwnys alive to the interests of
Ashrvillr nnd its pcoiile.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend bv n grrntcr number of iiciiple
than "ty 'other sct-ulur pon?r in tbe
Is nlwnys filled with the choicest rend
ing mntlc'r of the dn v.
Hoarding bouses till their rooms liy ad
vertising in the Citizkm.
News, nnd nil the news, mnkes the Cit
hum a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n grent
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citkhn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
Itiinse of Haht room. No. 1)7 llnvwnnd
street, in aood repslr, on line nf street vnrs,
with ci ty wnter and sewer eonneettona. Ap
ply at next door, corner of Jefferson Drive.
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS I
DKMOCHATIG PRIHARV F.I.KC-
TION FOR BUNVOMBK.
Full and Complete matructlona In
Mearard to Holdlu It The Num
ber of Deleitatea Proni Kach
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of Hunconibc county :
Pursuant to n cull heretofore made to
the democratic voters of the various
townships of HuncomlH! county to hold
primary elections on the 27th day of
this month for the purpose of giving the
democratic voters of the county an op
IHirtunity to express their choice of can
didates for the house of representatives
and several county offices, it is thought
necessary to give sonic siwcific instruc
tions, as to the manner of holding such
primary elections, as follows:
First. The democrats of the several
townships are earnestly requested to
meet nt the usual voting place of the
township not later than 10 o'clock
on the morning of Saturday, the 27th of
this month. The democratic executive
committee will select two good demo
crats to act as judges of, and
to conduct, the election. In the
absence of the executive committee or
u htiliirc to uct on their part so, soon on
the morning of the suit! election ns six
democrats shall arrive they shall proceed
at once to elect the two judges herein
provided lor, whose duty it shall be to
provide ii box or other means lor voting.
After the box or other means shall have
Ix-cn provided, each and every democrat
or other voter pledging himself to sup
Mirt the nominees of the democratic
party, shall be allowed to cast one vote
for u candidate for each of the county
offices and one vote each for two candi
dates for the legislature. The votes may
Iw either written or printed on one piece
of piiwr or separately as the judges muy
determine before the voting begins.
Second. The Klls should be kent open
from 10 o'clock a. m. till 5 o'clock p. m.,
or later il the judges think it ndvisulik
or ncccssnry, to give every voter in the
township w ho desires to do so un o
xrtunity tn vote.
Third. While the election of candidates
for the various offices is being proceeded
with each voter shall also be allowed to
vote for delegates to the county conven
tion who ahull lie in niimlier one dclcgntc
for every twenty-five democratic votes
and fractions ol fifteen or over cast for
Governor Fowle in the last preceding
election. The several townshipsund pre
cincts will therefore Is: entitled to select
the following numlKr of delegates re
spectively: AHhrvllle Knat Ward..
1 1 aid
4th. It ahull Iw thcdiityofthedclcgatcs
so elected, to attend the comity conven
tion which will assemble in the court
house in Ashrvillc ut 1 1 o'clock a. m. on
Saturday the -Un day ol OcIoIkt, lS'.MI,
when and where thev shall cast the vote
of the township sciiiiing them, according
to the result of the primary election giv
ing to each candidate his projxirtioimte
part of the vote of the township ns cast
fur him in snid primary elections. If uny
candidate shall fail to receive a majority
of the votes in aaid county convention
cast in accordance with votes rust in the
primaries, then it shall la- the duty of the
delegates in said county convention to
proceed to select a candidate lor such
oflicc wherein such failure occurred.
l-'ilth. llMin the closing of the polls
said judges will proceed nt once, in the
presence of such voters ns may choose to
e present, to count the votes cast, both
for candidates and delegates, nnd certify
the same in duplicate, and scud one copy
to tbe undersigned chairman nf the
county executive committee, nnd deliver
ing tin-others ton drkgiitc elect to be
presented by him to the said county con
vention. Hy order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mcl.m ii,
Cb. Dem. Kx. Com, HuncomlH.- Co.
Fur Chief Justice ol the Supreme Court:
HON. A. 8. MUKMIMUN.
For Associate Justice nf thr Supreme Court :
HON. WAI.THK CI.AKK.
ros si'fssios coi'Stji'ihis:
lat illatriet lso II. Itsow . Jr., of llrsulort.
I'd dlatiiet IlKNSV H. IIHIA. of Criltett.
4th illalrlet HI'IKS Wihtakmk. of Wnke.
Alh ill. trli l K. W. Wlsarns. of l.rnnvllle.
nth illatriet It. T. Hot six, ol Hnmiiaon.
7ih district J a use 11. MclVKH, Moore,
sih illatriet K F. AsuriKi li, of Irrilrll.
lolh illalrlet Inii, iIsav lltsl M. of llnrke.
11th dialriet W. A. Hons, ol Lincoln.
POS aill.K'ITOS :
lat dlatiiet J.
lid illatrlcl J.
.1.1 dlatriel Jn
tat illatriet J. II. IM.oi st. of I'rrnulmnna,
M. tisixKAsn. or iiniuna
so. It. WoiMlard. ol Wilaon.
4lh illatriet Ii. W I'm-, Jr , of Johnston.
Jllh illatriet-It. H. I'Asass. ol Alnmnnve.
Hlh dlatriel ll. II. Al.l.ss, ol Ixn-'lr.
7th district Fsank McNkii.i.. ol Richmond
Hlh dlatriel II. F. I.oso. ul Irrilrll
(Mil dlatriel W. W. IIasiiss. or Wilkes.
Illlh illalrlet W. C. Nswl.ASIi. ol Caldwell.
I llh illatriet f l.llaliosss.iif Mrrklenliura.
Wlh dlatriel -'.so. a. Jossa, i f slncun.
-W, A. II. HsiM II, of llesiili.rt
-W I NiHiusa, nl Noil' ainptoa.
-II. I' IIhaiiv, of Iniplin.
-II. It. Ill as. or Nsah.
-A. II A. Wll.l.lAHa.of llranvllle.
-H. II. Al.KAAsnss, of Mrvklrll'
M. HssiissaoM. nf Rnwan.
.V. II II. Cnwi.sa. of Wilkes.
YV. t. CsAWrosn. of HnvwiHMl.
Tn insure change of advertisements
running on rccnhir contract, copy must
Iw blinded in bv HI o 'clin k a. in.
Frier (no, piano hodv, top hus-icv. Ih- I ms
Irrinl nnd workinnnahlp. lis. Iieen run lint
one week. Adilnaa or call on
ll. II. I'ATTIlRlMtM,
srpinillf Cor. Hlllalile and Hast .la.
For sevrrnl months a fumiahed hnii sin
good Iseallly conlslnlna lour or live lied
room, with illntna room, parlor, kitchen,
acpltlod.'lt IIIIX Al'4, IMISTOFFICII
I.srse rnnl, nlrv rooma, tins., newly fur.
nl-heili aMd tattle. Terms reosonalile, on
.tree t car line.
MM. J. L. RMATHHKR,
Julvltldnm Sis P.tlon Ave
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
tn Amir vile. Hold, enmrade. do not lvf ttiv
khttfdom. I will aril thrt a lot at a rramna
hie. I will (end Ihre money tn erect a hoiine
thereon. I will Innarr thee la Ami clam Ore
Immrnnre eomimny. I will aril you one ol
Hall' tine hoiine unlet, to deep ihv ullver, lew
el, etc.. In. If you want to rent I will Ami
you a irood tenant. If yon want your rent
rniirrvii i win rtnirn inrtn nir you. I win
hone to are you noon. I will jttve iromtt and
enrnent attention to all linnlneM put In my
namm. rintiri.Ki.i ni i iHiiisit,
Heal Be lute Aicrnt,
cptaotiaiu gtf Pattoa Ave., AebcvUle,
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWVORtt AND KWART'S
Thla Announcement Hhould Draw
Bl Crowds and Bring; the Dem
ocracy of the Old Minus to the
W. T. Crawford and H. 0. F.wnrt.denv
ocrntic and republican nominees respec
tively for representatives to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debates ns follows :
Bnkersville, Thursday, Sept. 2Gth.
, Spruce Pine, Friday, Sept. 20tb.
Marion, Saturday, Sept. 27th.
Old Fort, Monday, Sept. 20th.
Dysurtsvillc, Tuesday, Sept. .'iOtli.
Logan's Store, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Rutherfordton, Thursdny, Oct. 2d.
Haines' Store, Friday, Oct. 3d.
McFnrland's, Saturday, Oct. 4th.
Saluda, Monday, Oct. Gth.
Hcndersotivillc, Tuesday, Oct. 7th.
Brevard, Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. 0th.
Pigeon River, Friduy, Oct. 10th,
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 1 til.
Wayncsville, Monday, Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14th.
Bryson City, Wednesday, Oct. 15th.
Robbinsvillc, Thursday, Oct. lO'.li.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Haycsville, Saturday, Oct. lHlh.
Aquone, Monday, (k'l. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesday, Oct. 22(1.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. -T.th.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tucsdav, Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 2Uth.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Weavervillc, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Ashevillc, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If cither should Iw unable to meet the
np)oiiitmciits he will have a representa
The s waking will Iwgin promptly at
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the moKt wonderful med
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never failed In any in
atnnre, no matter what
the iltaeaac, from Htl
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The MrlentlAr men nf
tn-dny claim and
prove that every dlaf
Cauitcd by Microbes,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Ititrrmtnntra the Mlerolie. and drives them
out of the ayatem, and when that I. done
you cannot nave an aehe or pain. No mat
trr what the dtacaac, w hether a .Imple raac
of Malaria Fever or a combination of flia-
eaaea, we cure them ail at the aame time, as
we treat all diaeaec con.lltutioi ally.
Anthmn, Connumptiim, Culnrth, llrun
chitm, Khcunmtim, Kwncy ami Liver
IHkchkc, Chills uml Fever, Female
Trouhlcn, in nil it forms, mid. in fnct,
enry Dixuse kmiwn to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATION!,
are that nur Trade-Mark (aame aa above)
apM-ara un each Jug.
ftrnd for hook "lllalory of the Microbe
Killer," iiivca away by
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Hole Aaeat, A.htvllle. N. C.
novlTdlv lufri un
XHli Hl'CCtiHS Or THK
ProvldcnT - SavIngS
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
OF NEW YORK, It ATTRACTING. WIDE AT
TENTION FOR THE FOLLOWING
lat, The Inerenae In the amount of nrw In-
aiirnncr In lami waa nil srr cent, over that
of the previous year.
Und. New liuetnes. In INhu, nearly twenty
mllliona of dollnrs.
:inl. The rstios of psmrnta for Itenlh
Claim, nnd nupcner lo smonnl al Miak are
LllWHK than Ihnar ol thr iildrat and Inrseat
l.lfe InatiraniT Compsni-. of New York; and
the Halloa of Aaarla lo Liabilities In the
Provident Mavlno-s Lite tf I.AMDKR. Iielnx
IJoaror every HHi ol l.lnlillltH-a, while In
the three l.ricrat of the New Ynrk Com, is-
nleathe Halloa are aa lT, 1IS and t ton
to every loo nf their t.lablllllr..
th, l.lfe Inaursm-c at ACTt'AL COST.
that lirlnira Inauranre within the reach ul
many heretofore unable to carry It.
Alh, It never coats one half Ihe prlccchnrsril
for II In lhr"lleet old Style l.lfr Cnmpsnlea,"
whnar eaiierirnce proves Ihsl harilly .in ier
cenl. of their Premium Meeelpts were neccs
aary to Inaurr the lives of Ihrlr I'ollcyholdcrsi
while thr balance was need fnr somethina
else liealdra Inaursnec.
nih, I'nat r.pertenre abows thnt Ihe liettrr
Ihe plana of the MoHety sir known, the
grrntrr lis Income lareomrs.
To know what thesr plana nre, rail at the
Company', oltlcc In llrernalHirn, N. C.
J. 8. JONES,
aureeaaors lo Kopp J l.lrhtenlwrser,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffrcs ronated on the premiers dally, and
ground for every rualtitner.
Full Line of Table Huppllc.
free delivery. A full line of Feed, fumiahed
at wnoiranie price..
98 PATTON AVKNVI,.
Telephone No. 611.
To a certain extant, trpnorn
advertiHi'nfr creatan a want,
It announcHH new things and
familiarizes the public with
old ones. Gonnrn.1 arivm-tin.
ing is of as preat value to the
uuveruMer in Keeping an es
tablished article before the
public as in introducing a
new one. The most success
ful busings men realize this,
and they never let the oublic
foriret their existence. The
oft-repeated assertion that
advertisements are not read
is proved to be a lie of the
most senseless kind tiv tlm
advertiser's record of results.
RICHMONO & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carotins Division.
PASSBNGBR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In Bpssct Auiruat SI I
7Ath Meridian time uaed when not otherwise
AAOpm SI Oam
" New York,
' WBSTSUUNO. '
No. 82 '
Lv. New York,
1 1 00pm
2 30am I
I BOAqm f
"11 2Aam I
No. AS I
A. Si B. R. R.
v i" aini,T n.ur.uir. an.
1000 amlAr. Hrnileraonville, "
1242 pm " SpartanburK, Lv.l
700 p m
607 p ro
S40 p m
No. 1 a ( Daily except Sunday.) I No 17
73AamLv. A.hevllie, Ar.l 40A p m
o:iAamlAr. Wayneavllie, "2oApm
242 pml " Bryeon City, " I 04A a m
A AO pm ' Andrew, Lv.l A AO am
No.. AO and Al. Pullman aieeoer. between
RaleiKh and Mnrri.town.
No.. AU and Att Pullman Buffet Rleeoina
Cars between Hot Rpring-a and Waahinaton.
w. A. naiBuan, ii. r A.,
A.heviilc. N. C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A.,
Street Car Schedule.
Beainnlna at 7 a. m. Boding SO.0O p. tn
Car leaves Square for all point, oo the
hour, and twenty and forty minute, there
after. Hchrdule car. connect at Square.
Train car and baR-Raoe ear meet everv
train. One vallec allowed each paaarnaer.
liaKsaKe tranaferred from all point, in the
city for 2A cent..
THK AR1IKVILLB 8TRBBT RY. CO.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
FA8TB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Anhevllle to Kannaa City In 87 hour.
Anhevllle to Henver In 51 hour.
Anhevllle to Hau Krandteo. Calirornla. and
Purtlnnd, OrrKon, In 6 davt,
Holld Vent 1 1 mini Train- Ht. I.ouie to Kan
an City. K cell n In ft chnlr ear free.
for iuii iniormauon can oo or wnie .o
B. A. Ncwlandf
IHntrlct Paavenicer Asent,
No. 10 I'attoti Ave.. A-hcvllle, N.C.
I. CHARLTON. 4. P. A.. Chic no, III.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAltKRK Ik 8T. PAUL
ANI NOKTIIBKN PACIFIC R. R'8.
Thmuiih Pnllman Kleenlnc Car tcavee Chi
eng" dully al A. an p. m.
ror I'aui ami niinnennoiis.
" 1'nrn.i, North Unkota.
llrlrna and Hutte, Montana.
" The Yrllowetone Park.
" HMtkane Halln and Tacoma.
' Portlnnd. irrKn
llmt Moutr to Heat lie and all North Pacific
The Htvnle line to California, via Portland
and the Khitnta Koute.
Ttt-krtn on ale everywhere.
I'or Information oiuily to any A Kent, or
adilrrM A. V. II. C ami knthii. General Patv
envrr Aurnt, Chlcaao. III., or l. C. Hnnv,
Ustumrrn I'MnenKer AHrni, LaiuiRviiiv, iv j.
TLANTIC COA8T L1NB
(Hi and after thla date the following ached
ulra will te run over It "Columbia IHvlelon.'
No. AA leaven Columhla" M.. A.SO p. m.
Artiven atL harieton...H. a.an d. m.
No. Ail 1-enTcn Charlraton T.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columhla 1 1 .no a. m.
Connect In tf with train to and from all
oolntaon the Charlotte. Columbia, Ac An
jruMa and Columbia A Greenville Railroads.
T. M KMKRKON. Oen. Paea. Afft.
t. F. flKVlNK. Oett. Kunt.
Ilexlnnlnff tn-tlay the ImitKaHT bunineiui for
merly earrlftl on by Thr Anhevllle Htreet Rail
way ContHiny will be continued by tbe an
dernliined under the name of
THE BA66AGE TRANSFER CO.
I will In xlad lo aerve my friend., and will
promise prompt attention to all orders en
truetrd to me.
Olheeat Street Ksllwny Cnmpaay's office.
Telephone No. 16. Re.iectfully,
II. M.JON US, AMent.
September lu, IHIHI,
Cheap Rates to all Points.
RAILROAD 'HTS bouKht, sold and
eschanard. All tranaacllons Ruaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Opposite Mwannanna Hotel. aslS dtf
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 21 PATTON AVE., (T. M.C.A. ROOMS.)
Open dally, emeept Saadays, frosa 10 a. at,
snttl 1 p, nt., and S sotil T p.
Ths terms ot sabKrlptloa are! On year
12 1 6 bios,, tt.AOi S bum., til 1 mo., 80ets.i
dally I rts.
OMcers for t sao resident, Charles W
Wonlaey I Vice-Pre aiitrnt, Tho.. A, J oar. j See,
and Treasurer , D, S. Watson Libra rtaa, Miss
B. J. Hstch.
Cltlars. and visitors ar cordially Invited
to Intprct tbe eatslOKtw aad laserlb their
inn as member.. aa 30dtf
w o p O O O
o o o O
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
From a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a workmanlike
style at this Print
PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask any of tbo thousands
of their patrons in Ashevillo
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
business. They are
In North Carolina.