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ASHEVIXLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, 189Q.
oiWs Your Blood?
I had t malignant breaking otrt on my
leg below the knee, and wn enrol snnni'
ana well with two ami i luiif Katies ol
8. 8. 8. Other blond ntcdiduu luui t'ul!
ed to do nie any good.
Will C. Bbaty, YwliviUo, d. C
I wai troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and tlirco
bottles of 8. B. 8. cured, me pernio
nently. Wallace Mann,
Maanville, I. T.
Our nook on Blood and Skin Dlscancf
Bwirr BPBcmo Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office R.oa 8, McAfee Building.
Hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. nt. and 4 to 6 p. m.
Tdtpone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Boat asT, ia Hendry Block.
A. II. COTO3,
A. S. GRAHAM,
rmce Over J. H. Law's Store, South Main
With gas SOc.
Filling wHh silver or amalgam. ...BOc. to7Sc.
" gold...... 1 1.00 and upw d.
Met ol teeth..?. 0-0O.
Best set of teeth f 8.00.
No better made, no matter what you pay,
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
. Dooms S and 0, McAfee Building,
1'atton Avenue, Ashev He, N. C.
FSACTICS LIMITKD TO Till
Kye, Ear, Throat and Nose
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice l the loth and 13th judicial
iuij.a rj North Carolina and In the Su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Western District or Nona taronna.
Tiiao. P. Davidson, Thos. A.Jonss
Raleigh. Jas. O. Msstin, AitCTiiie.
QAVIDbON. MARTIN At JONBS.
AttorneTS and Counsellor, at Law.
Will prartice In the 11th and 12th Judicial
Districts, and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal CourU of the
Weatern llistrlct of North Carolina.
Keler to Bank of Aihevlllc. dtsel
Architect aud Contractor.
Plans, snedncatlona and estimate, fur
nl.hcd. All work In my line contracted lor,
and no charges for drawings on contracts
References when desired. , .
oatce: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
Square. Ashcvillc. N. C. fcbludly
. H. RBSVBS, D.D.i. B. K. SMITH, D. D.S.
Drs. Rcctcs Smith.
la Coaaaily Buuoing, uver Redwood's Store,
Teeth estrartcd without pain, with thenew
anaesthetic, and all cases of irregularity cor
P. RAMSAY, D. D.S.
Orer the National Banh of Asheeille, Bar
nard Building. Residence, A3 Charlotte St.
Cti LD V'i MSA
LESSENS PAN .Ten TO LIFE fir.
T AW a
WW atm '
A SsS-'sT a"aIWa
FOR SALE !
I tn proved and aalmprored realctaU.hnth
business and residence property! any kind,
aay pries. In an paH of the city. PABM1N0
AND MININQ LANDS.
make a specialty of renting property and
collecting rents. If yon are looking for a
house, consult my bulletin If your house
Is vacant and yon want a tenant, list It with
sm. No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY,
Real Estate Agent.
srptl S dtf
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
My office hours will be from this time on
h.n will h vlad to attend to any
business Mnring tness hours. 1 will als i lie
In my office all and on from 8 to 10 a. m.sna
amm i to T. I ariil b alad to show any
property during those hours Corns and let
me snow you soms nanasom. pruperKj.
7 Month Main 8tect,
flare everything la the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and sell them as cheap and deliver them at
your horns as quick as any house In the city.
Fresh vegetables tram the country every
A trial will show you what ws can do.
acptl7aU BARS BROTHERS.
WHAT SAM JONES SAYS.
A HIT AT PROBATION AFTKR
A orand Mara and a Brand Vfo-
nian-Tlie aoclety Olrla Ciitlca
at Church Nemben1 Liven If
the Devil Wh president and
There Wan Mo WhlHkey.
Prom the Wilmington Messenger.
Did vou ever meet a grand mnn nnd sit
and talk with him a while ? I met one
once nnd the more he talked the trigger
he talked, and the smaller I got, until I
hndtogrt up nnd gu to have anything
to go with iLuughtcr.) Did you ever
are a grand woman f It worth n trip
to the end of the world. 1 met one once
and 1 aat and tulked with her, and she
stirred every noble aspiration of my
soul, and I looked nt her and smd.
"Thank God for everything that wears
aprons and bonnets." (Lnugnler.) An
other dav I met a little fellow; he eould
see through a key hole with both eyes
ana was not cross eyea eimcr. j uomn
ter.) A fly could sit on his nose and paw
him In one eve and kick him in the other.
(Laughter.) I talked with him for about
five minutes and got up and said, "what
is this?" They said, "it is a man;"
"well," I said, "ifthnt is a man, 1 had
rather he a doir." I Lnmrliter. I One dny
I sat down and talked with one of these
giggling, novel reading girls; I talked
with her about five minutes and said,
"lerusnlem, Jerusalem, you will never
get there, you will evoimrnte on the
way," (Laughter. i notning to ncr.
Siiddouc nmonif the ruins of old Jcru
salem, there could be disinterred a verse
of scripture, well authenticated ns the
word of God, that should rend this way,
"Death mnv not end all: there may be a
chance after deuth." Now whcrealmuts
in the scripture would you put that
verse? The verv minute vou nut that
one single verse ol scripture in this Imok,
nnd prove it to tie me woru oi uon, you
will vitiate every verse and chapter in
These little old society cirls; look nt
one of them ; she has got the heels of her
shoe in the centre of her foot; she is
shaped like a wasp and van sting like
one, and after twenty yenrs of married
life, vou will wind up with a little, old
faded wife aud a canary bird. That is
your stock in trade.
I have seen a fashionable woman on
the train, the nurse sitting on the front
seat with the two children, and tlit fash
ionable, little old woman sitting on the
next seat with n, little poodle dog on
her Inp nursing it all the wny. (Luuv
ter.) I don't know what makes that
woman love aogs unless sne m uusmuit
ntrlv fund other husband's kinfolks.
I have sat down at a supper table
with $2,500 worth of silver and IS cents
worth of something to eat, but if you
will let me tell you the honest truth, the
highest tvpe of social character 1 have
ever seen in inicrw;u, i. mv i,.n
trv home out there.
Do you know that every time you crit
icise the life oi a member ol tne cnurcii,
you have demonstrated to men and an
gels that you knew what was right and
you wanted the member of the church to
A vouno man walked out of the ser
vice where I preached nnd snid, "He is
the most contemptible wretch thnt I ever
listened to in my life;" and the next
morning his bony was a corpse; oc nuu
nnrrrl (.lid to his fncc.
We have cot the material to make men
and women, but the patterns are so
scarce; we hnve got nothing to worn oy;
that is our trouble.
1 reckon I have got as cowardly a
bodv nnd bend as auv mnn in the world,
but my legs never would go; they just
The average girl nt 10 or IS years of
age has not got sense enougn to snenr a
sheen, much less to Dick but a husband.
If the devil was president ana incre
wni no whiskv in this country he would
resign in three months and go back to
Men nnd women are what God makes.
God never made a lady or a gentleman.
! !!!! I I I
The wife of John Beam, of Mitchell ville
N. Y., aged 65 years, gave birth to twins
on Monday evening. Her daughter, Mrs.
Stratton, who lives in a neighboring
township, presented her husband with
twins the same evening, Mrs. Stratum's
lnuhter Eva was married venr ago,
and lives in Bradford. The friends of
Mrs. Strntton and her mother were not
vet through congratulating them over
the interesting natal coincidence in their
families, wheu Mrs, Strntton received a
letter from her fon-in-lnw announcing
that her duughter had given birth to
twins on Mondnyevening. Brevard Car
While at the nostnflice a citixen of this
iiiuee sniiwra us n leiier conminuiK n
check for $25 that he had just received
from a vounu- man in nn ndioining conn
tv. The letter rend substantially as
this: "Some yenrs ago while you were
merchandising in my town, I was accus
tomed to go into vour store and steal
candy ana other confectioneries. Then 1
was a boy but now I nm a man and my
conscience Inshes me for thnt candy steal
ing. 1 send you this check to ease my
conscience. Use it nnd say nothing about
this cheek turned it over to the treasury
of the Methodist church. Snnhird Ms
The most prolific watermelon vine we
hnve ever heard ol is at Konnneetnn on
the J. M. Thrash farm. At one time, Mr.
Thrnsh took from this vine twenty mel
ons that weighed from twenty-live to
lortv-five uoundsench: at another time
eight that weighed from fifteen to twenty
iHjundsencn, aim on ycsieroay, uci. i.
there still remained oil the vine twenty-
three melons thnt will weigh twenty
pounds and less, each. Murphy uuiietin
A short time since a gentleman, who
innkes it a Dart of his business to look
after the poor and needy of the city, was
nppronched by another gentleman who
offered him a barrel of brrud for distribu
tion, which offer was courteously de
clined, "for" snid the first gentleman, "I
do not know of a soul in the city in need
of food, and I could not use your gut lor
the purposes for which it is tendered."
J. L. Brewington, colored, is the owner
of a cow which seems to have adopted
threepigsaamembersof her family. When
the nuts come around the cow lies down
and the pigs proceed to uck until the
milk is all gone. Honcycutts corr. inn-
W. L. Bclk, of Union, raised on his farm
a twin stalk ol corn that was doubled In
nil its nnrts. In the first placi it was
doublt-jointed nnd hnd at earh joint, two
unities oi louutr, two ears or corn ana
The Winston Dally says It Is reliably
Informed thnt there is a child In Rocking
ham countv that has two tongues. Its
lather is Mr. William Ore, a farmer who
lives near the Stokes county line.
We met up with our old friend, Matth
ew Pctrrn, Hsti., at fair grounds Wednes
day. He save he is now cutting his third
set of teeth. He is in his 7llh year.
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWI'ORII' AMI KWART'a
JOINT niCIIATK '.
Thlsi AnnouncrnientHhonld Draw
BlgCrowda and nrlnsr the Dem
ocracy of the old ailnth to the
W. T. Crawford and 11. ft. Hwnrt, dem
ocratic nnd republican noniiipcs respec
tively lor representatives to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debates ns follows:
Hcndrrsnnville, Tuesday, Oct. 7th.
Brevard, Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. Sib.
Pigeon Kivcr, Friday, Oct. 10th.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 11 til.
Wavnesville, Monday. Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesduy, Oct. 14th.
Itryson City, Wednesday. Oct. 15th,
Kohbiusvillc, Thursday, Oct. lG'.li.
Murphv, Friday, Oct. 17th.
tlayesvillc, Saturday, Oct. lKth.
Atiione, Mondnv, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednestlnv. Oct. 22d.
Hamlmrgh, Thursday, Oct. 2Ild.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 2!ith.
Leicester, Mondnv, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday. Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wcdncsdttv, Oct. 20th.
Marshall, Thursday. Oct. 30th.
Weuverville, Friday, Oct. 31st,
A.l...,ai. fil.,n),,u N,. 1st.
Ifj;lij.r alifiiilfl lu utinhlr. tn meet the
appointments lie will, have u reprcsenia
The shaking will begin promptly nt
Where and When Telling Argu-
menu Can be Heard.
lion. It. B. Glenn. Stovnll. Thursday,
Oct. 2; Oxford, Thursday night, Oct. 2;
Durham. Friduv. Oct. 3; KuIcil'Ii, hotur-
day night, Oct. 4: Graham, Tuesday,
Oct. 7: Greensboro, Wednesday, Oct. 8:
Lexington, Thursduy, Oct. 0; Salisbury,
Thursday night, uctooer ; t-nnnoiie,
Saturday niuht. Oct. 11 : Ashcvillc, Mon-
day night, Oct. 13; Marion, Tuesday,
Oct. 14-; Hickory. Wednesday, Oct. 15;
Statesville, Wednesday night, Oct. 15;
Asheboro, Thursduy, Oct. 10; nign
I'oint, inursuny nim, mi. ju; mi.
Airy, Saturday night, Oct. 18.
Hon. Z. B. Vance. Bryson City, Octo
ber S: Webster. Saturday, October 4:
Franklin, Monday OctolierO; Asheboro,
Wrrlnrwlnv. Oct'. 8: Graham. (Fail).
Thursday,' Oct. 0 ; Carthage, Saturday,
Oct. 1 1 ; Favettcville, Mondnv. Oct. 13 ;
Greensboro, Tuesday, Oct. 1; Hillsboro,
Wednesday, Oct. 15; Durham, Thursday,
Oct. 10; Roxboro, Friday, Oct. 17; Yan
cevville, Snturdny, Oct. 18; Danbury,
(Stokes county) Monday, Oct. 20; Mor
gnnton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22;
Salisbury, (hair) l nursanv, iki. ia.
Hon. A. Leaxnr, Shelby, Thursday, Oct.
2; Lincolnton, Friday, Oct. 3; Newton,
Saturday, Oct. 4: Mocksville, Monday,
Oct. 6; Tbomosville, Tucsdny, Oct. 7;
Chapel Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Hon. T.J.lnrvis, Hillslioro, Tucsdny,
September 30: Roxlioro, Wednesday,
October, 1; Youeeyville, Thursdnv. Octo
ber 2; Reidsville, r-ndoy uctooer a;
Walnut Cove, Snturdnv, October 4; Win
ston, Monday. October 6.
Hon. H. A. Gutltser, Trenton, I uesoay,
Septemlier, 30; Kinston, Wcdnestlny, Oc
tolwr 1 ; Sn.iw Hill, Thursday. Octolier
2; Goldsboro, Fritlav, Octolier 3; Ral
eigh, Snlurday, October 4.
C. B. Ayeock, Esq., Sanford, Friday,
October 3; Lillington, Snturdny, Octo
Hon. W. H. Kitchen, I'lttslmro, bntiir-
doy, Sciitenilier 27; Carthage, Monday,
September KUCKiugimin, luesuuv,
Countv chnii men will iilei sc advertise
liberally" with hand-bills uatl otherwise.
anil acmocniH,- papers hivc iiumitn; w
r.o. IIIAMIIKKS M,TII,
Cb'n State Dem. Iix. Com.
I'or Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. S. MBRRIMUN.
Por Assodnte Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. WALTER CLARK.
POR SUFSRIOB enl'ST JltDOS!
i.t district flin II. Huowk. Jr.. of Beaulort.
3d dmtrirt llsaav R liavAN, of Craven.
4th district Hi'iss Wiiitakrs. of Wake.
Ath district H. W. Winston, of Orsnvlllc.
6th district B. T. BtiVKlN, of Hampson.
7th district Jam xs D. Mctvsa, of Moore.
Hlh district R Y. AsHFial.li, of Iredell.
loth district jno. usav mvni'm. oi nurse.
11th district W. A. Hons, of Lincoln.
ros solicitos i
1st district J H. BLnt'HT, of Perquimans.
2d district J. M tislUASn. of llnlllns
Sil district jno. H. WorKlard. or Viilaon.
4th fUstrict B. W Ton. Jr . of Johnston,
ftlh district K. H. I'ASKKS, ol Alamance,
ath district tl. H. Ali.sn, of Lenoir.
7th tli.irlrt Psank McNkii.i.. of Kichmond
Nth dl.trlct II. F. I.O..O, of Irrdrll
Uth district W. W. Basiirr. of Wilkes.
lOth dl.trlct W. W. rSWi.ANn, Ol L.inirrii.
1 tth nistrict F. I. Osbiirnn. of Mecklenburg.
Uth district so. A.Jonss, ef Macon.
1st district W. A. B. Hsancii. of lleaufort.
M dl.trlct W. I. Rmisas, of Noithamplon.
.'1,1 ril.tri. t II. P. ClNAIIV. of IIUOllU.
4th dl.trlct B. II. Bi'nn, of Na.h.
(li h district A. II. A. Williams. of Orsnvlllc.
Sth dl.trlct S. B. Alrxanusr, of Mecklen
7th dl.trlct J. S. Hsniirrson, of Rowan.
,i hi. .!.-( w. II. II. Cowls, of Wilkes.
Uth district W. T. CRAwrosu, of Haywood.
Wbeo Baby was sfc-k. ws gars her Caslorla.
When sh. was a Child, she erisd for Csstorla.
Whi sh. beosm. Mlai, sh. olun to CsMoela.
Ona of Ihe Flnent."
We have heard mnny times this nnd
that was the Finest on Knrth, even n
"piny" enlled "The Finest on linrth."
but nt last we have found it. The fa
mous Cincinnnti, Hamilton and Dayton
rnilrond Is the finest in the world, run
ning 48 pnssenger trains a day lietween
Cincinnnti, Hamilton, Dayton, Toledo,
Detroit, Miclugnn, and tnnailn points,
Indianapolis, Chicago and the north
west, Keokuk, Springfield, St. Louis,
Kansas City nnd the west. The finest
track and finest trains In tint world, ves
tibtiled, heated by steam from the engine,
lighted by electricity, nnd the finest din
ing enr system in the worltl ; parlor cars
nnd sleeeping cars. When traveling nsk
for tickets via the C. It. & D. or write to
Wm. A. WinniNS.
Southern I'nssrnger Agent.
I'. 0. Box 420, Chattanooga, Tcnn.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part ol the city, near the cotton factory.
Applv tn W. M.Jakvis,
at Dcnrden, Rnnkin tk Co.'s or to C. G.
Derr. Stanley's Creek, N. C.
TO WEAK r.lEtl
aamhMj n shi iSSimi of rmrtafal seenim, saHi
ssaay, vsMlaf wmAaam, leal awnaoM. St, I ID
oi s vslaaba Siimi iMtodl sonkUalas fall
pseWwiIsm Sue how. Mea. sIa! .bsrss. A
tslilK BMMUasI work i shoslJ b. read by sey
sssa whs M Mass aa4 aswtuialsd. AMf
rr4 . C. wwvmm, Mssaafc Cssssa,
bota saw if
"Oastorlals so well adapted to children that
I recommend Itaa superior to sny prescription
known to me." II. A. A senna, M, D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
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er. IJ. COFFIN,
Real Estate Agent.
ASH I.OAV I1KOKKK.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'S BOOK STORE I
Money loaned and well secured at H per rent,
Real E.tnte liotiuht nnd sold nt public nnd
Erivntc sale. Keats colli-cted. I conducted a
ral I'statc and Auction liu.lncs. in Charltit
ton. 8. C, ten yenrs, and will Kite prompt
attrntion to all liu.incas put in my limrsv.
mMUre meta maeisufreacyM
DHMKES GOLDEN SPEGFIC
wtlbout tbe knowtolicc of luvtti-ut If ni-otmmrj; ;
It la aVbolultly bavrniltw nl will r1vf hrnn
DftDt and ffM,y aire, w lift Iter lh iMUient I, m
Dioderatn d rln kf r or nil olcviiui tr w n-r k . I T N K V
KH FAllsH. lltiflimiiniiil tl nnd ttllb mrh
ct-rtatitty thsvl the fMitlrnl uiiih rittHK no Inrtin
venlcnci, nd non Inn CfHiili lr n'fniiUua it
tffuoUr4. 4i ym bouk frve. Tu bu bsul oC
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Sjiecial Toi-respondcnts in
every section of Western
In the State.
Caatorls enna Colic, Constlnatlnn,
Bour Htouiuch, Diarrhma. Kmetatlnn,
KUIs Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl-
Tua Csm-Aua Cousamt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
MICROHK KILLHK la
the moHt wonderful med
icine, la ItecuuM it ham
never failed in any In
atnnce, no matter what
the diacanc, from LBP
NOSV to the aim pi cut
disease known to the hu
The scientific men of
to-dny claim nnd
prove that every (Hat
Caused by Microbe,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLERzz
lixtcrminntr the Microbes nnd drives them
out of the system, and when that is done
you cannot hnve an ache or pain. No mat
ter whut the disease, whether a simple t-nse
of Mnlnria Fever or a comblnntion of dis-eniH-s,
we cure them all at the same time, as
we treat all diseases cunstitutio' ally.
Asthma, Consumption, Ciitnrili, (Iron
chitis. Rheumatism, Kidney ami Liver
Disease, , Chills anil Fever, Fenmle
Troubles, in nil its forms, anil, in Diet,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Are thnt our Trade-Murk (snnie as above)
apK-ars on each jug.
tend for hook "lllstury of the Microlie
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Ph.
Sole AKint. Ashcvillc, N. C.
novl7dlv tu In nn
(Huccesors to Itnird & Rector.)
No. a8 North Main Street.
A Ht'l'liKIOR I'MIIIK M ANI'l'Al'TI KUIl
FtIK (IKK TKAUB, A 1.1. HIZH8,
WE SELL FOR $3.40 PER HUNDRED.
Kdltor Ashcvillc Citiscn:
That our many friends may know how we
are getting on we will state that w. took In
In Hotel ano Store
9,000 In Ivc Weeks.
Took In last Saturday over f Too. 78 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tered 28 that day. Had 6.000 arrivals in
S months, Our sU'ck ia mammoth 800 feet
long and IS feet wide. Tell tbe balance ol
the world to come and sec "Old Chcd" smile,
and buy goods of ns and aavs 10 to 3d per
novlA dtf S. R. CHBDB8TRR A RON.
A GOOD GRASS AND STOCK FARM,
a miles from Ashcvillc Court lluuse.
aj Acres of Land,
Good New 9-Room House.
A 1. 1. MOIiltKN IMPHOVI1MUNTH.
Pasture Inml enough for eight or ten cows;
bitlnncc In meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
epi ati dnt wit
Large cool, airy rooms, house newly fur-
nl'hr.liguod taiilc. Terms reasonable, in
street car line.
hi KB. J. L,. .MATH BUS,
Jiilviadam 3IH Patton Ave.
THE F.QUITABLK LIFK
IJ. D. Monroe, Afcjt.,
Ashevllle, N. C.
(Ifilfe .13 South Main street. aula dtf
Some people agree with The Run's opinions
shout men and things, and some pcoplt
dnn't : hut everybody likes to get hold of the
nrwspniier which Is never dull and never
afraid to epras its mina.
Urmm-rntt. know that fttr twenty years
The Hun has fought In the front line for Dem
ocratic priuclplrft, never wavering or wrnk
enlng In Us loyalty to the true Interests of the
pnrtv It serves with frarlrss Intelligence and
dl. Interested vigor, At times opinions hnve
differed as to inchest means of accomplish.
Ing the common purosc it Is not The
nun s lauil u 11 nas seen luruicr into in. miu
lilghteen hundred nnd ninety Is the year
that will prolialtly netermine tne result 01 tne
residential election of 1SH3. and nerhaiis
the fortune, of the Democracy for the rest of
the century, victory in lnua is a outy, ann
the heglnnlngof INlin Is the best tins to start
nut In enmnanv with The Sun.
pally, per mnntn ores. bus
lially, per year .oo
Sunday, tier year a.
lially and Sunday, per year S.00
lially and Sunday, per month. .. 0.7a
weekly, one year i.sx
AddrsMM THE aVM, Maw York.
To a certain extent general
advertising creates a want.
It announces new things and
familiarizes the public with
old ones. General advertis
ing is of as great value to the
advertiser in keening an es
tablished article before the
public as in introducing a
new one. The most success
ful business men reulize this,
and they never let the public
forget their existence. The
oft-repeated assertion that
advertisements are not read
is proved to bo a lie of the
most senseless kind by the
advertiser's record of results.
News and Sentiment and the
Best Family journal in
The weekly edition of the Springfield
I Muss.) Republican, recently enlarged to 12
pages or H4 columns, affords the best weekly
ncwspncr and lumily Journal combined In
the country. It Is ably and carefully edited.
In addition to a full review of the news every
week, it furnishes a vast amount of interest
ting, cntertuinlng and valuable reading mat
ter, embracing a rich literature ik-purtmcnt,
stories for the young and old, sermons and
religious news and discussion, special corres
pondence, well written editorials, a depart
ment for women, another for farmers, news
of the theaters and sports, original and se
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etc. It is sold for
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for a free sumple copv. All subscriptions puy
able in advance.
Address THIS KHPimMCAN,
septfldAtwt Springiicld. Muss.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R. CO,
Western North Carolina Division.
PA8SKNGKR TRAIN 8CHUIWLB
(In BfpkcT August 31)
70th Meridian time used when not othcrwlst
sastbouhd. No. SI No. S3
lially. I Daily.
(Ullth mer.) flflOpra 810am
" Ashcvillc, 12 4)am 3t!2pm
Ar. Salisbury, OSMam 842pm
" Danville, l)3-'um 10 20pm
" Richmond. 31Bpm A.tOaml
" Raleigh, 1 oopm 7 3.1am I
" Goldsboro, UlTipm 13 40pm
" Wilmington BOOpm
" I.ynchtiurg, 1'J'JApm 12SRam
' Wnshington 7topm OSMam
" Baltimore, NAOpm H'J.lum
" Phlla., Sooam 10 4.7am
" New York, 6 30am I 1 20pm
1 1 OOnm
Lv. New Vork,
3 30ara I
I 808am I
1 S oopm
1 1 30nm
1 1 1 i'Aam I
1 A 23pm
1 8 28pm
No. SS j
700 p m
607 p m
340 p m
018 anil Lv Ashrville, Ait.
lOllttamiAr. Henderson ville, "
1242 pm " Hpartauburg, Lv.
Ml'RI'H V BRANCH.
No. IS I (Dally except Sunday.) I No. 17
7:i8nml.v. Ashevllle," Ar. 408pm
tlUSamlAr. Waynrsville, " 1115pm
243 pml" Bryson City, " HJ., m
Sflllpml" Andrews. Lv. SSoam
Nos. 8(1 and 81. Pullman Slceoers between
Raleigh nnd Mnrriatown.
Kim. 83 and 83 I'ullmitn RunVt Rteenina
Cars between Hot Springs and Washington.
W. A. W1NHUK.N, 11. r- A.,
Ashcvillc. N. C.
IA8. L. TAVLOR.O. P. A.,
IT (.OliS al
that of the va
mends itself to
the level head
ed man as the
shortest and most practical
means to the
end. The de
mand once cre
ated, lie will
not have to go
to the retailer,
but the retail
er will come to
him and be
glad to accept
his goods on
his own terms.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will lie run over its "Columbia Division."
No. S3 Leaves Columliln' 0.3O p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 9.30 p.m.
No. S3 leaves Charleston......... 7.10 a. tn.
Arrives atioiumnia 11.no a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia St Au
gu.ta and Columbia At Greenville Railroads.
T. M. BMBRSON, Oca. Pass. Agt.
I, F. riRVINB. (en Snnt.
Palaoc Stcamiss. Low Ratis.
Four Trips see W.k Bsem
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
sHtasAsjjjJ rWttlt Si. MsHs, and Lsas
Huron W-y Forts,
Wwmrf Wsss Dsj Bstw
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
ftsswul SM4y Trias) rinf 1m, Asg M ssva st.
Double Daily Lin Batwasn
ChlOAGO AND T, JOSEPH. MICH.
OUR iLLUtTRATtD PAMPHL'TR
RsUm nnd Ktminilon TlnhtMa will b ru-filahttl
by yourTlaks)! Afftut, or s tdrss
t, ft. WHITCOMD, 0. P. A, 1 Ditnoit, Mich.,
Ontrolt and Clsvlnnd Itinm Mnv. On.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. tn
Car leaves Square for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule ears connect at Square.
Train ear and baggage car mart every
train, Ona valise allowed each passenger.
Baggage transferred from all points In the
city for 38 cents.
TUB ASHBVIM.il STRBBT KY. CO,
0 0 0 o o o o o e
00 00 boo o
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Large Hand Bills;
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No. 6 N. Court Square,
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From a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
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PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Ashevillo
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
business. They are
In North Carolina.
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