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ASHE V1LXE 'DAILY ' CITIZEN i WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
Nature should r-
mitted in tic
spring to throw of
rx) heaviness v.
oiroulstlon of I he
does It ao well, so
prompt or so nufci .-
as Swift's BpoclHc
I hate used 8. 8. 8. for a number of
runra, and consider it ti.o brat tonli'ui"'
blood reiuorty that I ovrr until. In fi
I would t- sMem'H I enU' upon
spring or tiimmcr 1 1 lliu climate with
out it - H. W. Coi.kmaw,
Of Coleman Fviimson & Co..
Dade City, Fir..
Our book on Bio. J and Skin fliseaoe.
Swift SpBcnno Co.. Atlanta, Oft.
net SSdatwlv '
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office R.om a, McAfee Building.
Hoars 10 a. n. to t p. m. ami 4 to 6 p. m,
Tele pone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL.' CONSTRUCTION.
BP. O. bsi S7. ia Hendry Block,
A. II. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
IHBcc Over J. fcl. Law's Store, South Mala
With KIM SOc.
Pilling- with silver or aalgam....S0c. io7Sc.
.... i.w nil .iwHnii
Met erf teeth
Best set of teeth..
No better made, ao 'matter what yoa pay.
BfetUwactlna f aaraateed.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Rooms 8 and 0, McAfee Building,
Pattern Arcane, A .her lie, N. C.
FSACTKB UMITBD TO Till
Eye, Ear, Throat and Note.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
MARION, PI. C.
Will practice tn the loth and 13th Judicial
District, of North Carolina and In the Su
preme Coart and the Pedrral Court of the
Ties tern IHstrict of North Carolina.
Tu so. P. Davidson,
Raleigh. Jas. O. Masti
Tuos. A. Jonas
JJAVIDSON, MARTIN JONB8,
AttomcTS and Counaellors at Law,
A.hcTlllc. N. C.
Will prattler la the 11th and lath Judicial
Jtatrlcta, and la the supreme Court of North
Carolina, aad la the Federal Court, of the
A cetera District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bans of Aaheville. dtel
Jt A. TBNNBNT.
Arcbltect and Contractor.
Plaas. spariBeatioDS aad eatlmates fur.
al.Md. All work In tne Hue contracted
aad ao eaaraee for drawings on contracts
Reference, whea dealred.
Office I No. 13 Hendry Bloek, North Court
Square, A.acTtue, N. C. kblBdly
R. B. BBBTBS, D.D.I. I H. K. SMITH, D.D.S.
Dra. Reewea Jk Smith.
la-Crmaally Banoiag, u.rr Medwood's Btorc,
Teeth extracted without naia, with the new
annthettc, and au case, of Irregularltr c
P. BAIiBAV, D. U.S.
'P Office i
Orer the National Bank of Aihevllle, Bar-
' aard Banding. Heel deuce, on tnariotie su
. i C mfm
sVAtIr IV.ls 'a
iniirtjii- - . un
IRAOFIEU RtGUUkTOR Ca itia
-rr" i1w1 .
FOR SALE I
Improved and unimproved real estate, both
buslaess aad rewdeace property; any klad,
any prlc,lnssyprtof thecitjf. PARMINO
AND MININ0 LAND.
' aisks a specialty of resting property and
collecting rents. If yoa art looking for a
boaes, eoneult my bulletin If your house
Is vacant aad yon want a tenant, list It with
ass, No Seuut, ao charaa.
Apply te .
C. Fa RAY,
' Keal Batata Aa;cnt.
HEAL . ESTATE AOE1HT.
My oAor hoars will be from this tints on
from 'O to 1, Will be glad to atte d to any
huaMeas nrmg the., hoars. 1 will sis i he
In my iiHice tin and on from M to 10 s. m. and
from I to 7. I will be glad to show anv
property during thoar hour. Cnm. nnd let
mm ahnw yoa some haadsoms property.
SrplOdim , . .
17 BontA Main Street,
Hate rrerrthlnM the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and sell them as .heap and deliver them at
tour horn as quick as aav bona, la the city.
. Prr.h vegetable. Iron) tha country every
A .rial will show yoa what ws eaa do.
septlTdtt BAM BROTHER.
l v aval au
THE GREAT WRESTLERS.
Wrestling Patronised bv tbe Rlcb
In Japan The Corruptlnsr vice
of Pool aelllnsr Mot Preaent.
Prom the New York Ledger.
The professional rillili'tt s of J.ipau nn'
the great wrestlers, who serin to be of a
different nice from theorriinnrv Japanese,
and who hare a system of training very
different from that of John L. Sullivan or
Juke Kilrnin. These men believe in the
nccuiuulution rather than the reduction
of fat, and they arc great tall fellows ofl
six feet or more, and weigh from 200 to
300 pounds. They train themselves
largely by pounding; and by being
pounded by tli.-ir follows. They huve
gieat strength of neck, nndthey increase
this by butting agaiust one another with
their heads and strikimr thrir nnoonentn
in the chest, to that the noiae fl that of a
oaiurnnjr-rani. incy oun at wooacn
ports witn ineir snouiaera, pouna ineir
lean and stamp the enrth witn their teet.
a saw nn canjumuii at wmco uuont iw
flf UlHM.tllM IUIMI.uImI flllvllll. 1
visit 1 oaid to laoa... a vear 'or au aW
The wrestler, came intobe ring entirely
naked, with the exception ot a belt about
the loins. Before beginning they made
the enrth shake with their stamoinir. nnd
they glared at each other like demons.
Thev made mauv fulae starts, and when
tney grappled tneir great muscles atood I luiiuwing statement 01 iucib, witnout oe
out like rones unon their urrnt nrms. nnd I toil or elaboration:
it was a battle ol the l'innt.. Thev have
a wonderful strength of wrist and hWers.
and now and then one would irrnaii hi
opponent bv the belt, and lifting hia 300
uountls high in the nir. would throw him
over his shoulder, and he would fall on
the enrth with a terrible thud, while the
umpire would raise bis fan and yell out
the Inpnncsc word for victory.
The most noted Jnianesc wrestlers sengers, nas neen made since tne organi
hnve as great renutationa aa t'-ose of zation of the commission in this state,
our prize-fighters, and the profession ol
wrrstlinir dntes back to the beninninir ol
Japanese history. The rules ol the ring
urc quite us ngiu as muse oi tncrariuis
of uueensbury, nnd there are fortv-eiglit
falls which enn be made. The very best
claw of the Japanese people patronizes
these wrestlers, and rich man olten has
a Dartv of tliem come nnd wrestle at his
receptions for the entertainment of his
guests, some oi tne most notea states -
men are patrons of wrestlers, nnd one of
the cabinet ministers ol the mikado was
not long ago nicknamed tbe "wrestler."
Thj wmllinff mm nn in luit V. i.n nnhlu-
v, ii.ui.iuii. iiua.uii.nKtiiHi .,, ,.,...n
witnout tin; aid of uettiutr. ana so lartnr
muscular exhibitions ol Japan have not
neen corrupted Dy tne viceoi pooi-aeiung.
From a Nebraska Paper.
Patrick Eagnn, tbe noted Irish no
tional league organizer, is having trou
ble with Bishop Bonacum, of the Lin
coin diocese, over a $500 subscription I
r. a i .
D - ..... A.. I ; I a -1
.uimvriotu tin. inumj
with tbe understanding that be" was to I
be treated with distinguished regard by I
the bishop, but be bat not been accorded I
such honors. Patrick refuses to pay the I
amount and the bishop hat commenced I
suit for tbe recovery of it. Euan ia at I
present American consul at Santiago, I
Chili, and a letter from him was filed to-1
dny in tbe district rourt that astonished I
and horrified the Catholic population. I
in tne eptstie ugan strongly denounced
the bishop and defied him. The following I
is a sample sentence: "i consider tne con-
unci pursuca towarn me oy oisnop Don-
ncum mean, contemptible and venomou... I
mm a am Aucrciurc ucAcrminra to DKnt I
this case to the bitter end " I
this case to the bitter end. I
Mo Mew coins) for tbe Preaent.
Prom the Philadelphia Times.
o... n.t....k.n r :. ,
Supt. BoabysbelU oftbe mint, yester-
day received from Washington commit-
aication from B. O. Leech, director of
tbe mint, conveying tbe disappointingin-
. ... i
mj.r arirl ttim - f tL. I
iV-1 -MhL Ji 7ZXZiZi . ".!,:
time will be ao much occupied lor some
month, that tbe matter of changing tbe
model, and design, of tbe coins" cannot
be taken up until lute in the.orinir. Since
he bill became a law. 8upt. ItoSbyghell
hn. hreii in rrlnl nlblM IVom nrniin. 1
' j jhIj. ihIji juLimi-lllI l .LnUi I
r., V? 'i" V.""".'
a - t - v I
aie DIdnt Have Hla Coat.
Waabli gtoa Post. I
A young man in this city ha. fallen
into the tendency to affectation in speech,
which European travel ha. developed in I
ntnnv ram beairlea his. Whenever be
i. : . ,i -j ., i I
mi. ii.n.i"ii .v hp. aiiv wuiv iiiaiiiiiiie
he preserve, as oenrlv as possible the
cent on the last .yluble. Recently h,
. . .Z.I
wanlnl in ne a ivnitinn namerl Mru I
Coaiea. An Irish domestic resiKindc I to
ms ring at tne door.
I want Madame Coates," he said.
Go 'long wid yes, ye swearin' blng
gnrd," was the startling reply. "It's
KWU, wan tin. um., .huh i.uij, ii.i.
nothin1 Oi know about ye?couU Tor ver
vest., or any ay ver clothe., an' it ,
come 'roun here wid any more aucb lan
guage Ul ll nave yes arrested."
Tblrteea Vear Old ncboolTeavcber
u:.. n.M r.. ....!. .. it.i-1
., , . . . , . . I
the youngest school teacher In the conn.
try. 8heisustl3 yean old and has
lieen engaged to teach a school near over the trunk line upon such just and
Reading, Pa. She looks older than 13. 1 reasonable terms a. to insure their con
and some time aao when she annlierl. I struction and make them paying; roads.
among a lot of other., to be examined by
the county sunrrintendent. she led tlx-1
class and made an average of 21 Va the
standard being 23. tin thisccrtihcatc she
icndily obtained a school. Hi nee her age
hn. been learned there Is mm rinubt
nmong the director of tbe township
aiwiut niinuvmo' nee to. evtntimie. and i
some one ha raised the point that the
employment ol one of her year will de-
prive the district of its state appropria-
tion. Tbe matter ha. been referred to
ths school authorities.
Bend lis a Barrel.
Prom the Merrill Record. I
Tha following advertisement nm.nn
In a Ran PmnnWn i.a i. j connect it with any other road can do so
llVr. . rPT . 'J ' with the assurance given by the author
sending her address and twenty- vecenta lt, ortRer a commission of being
Inclosed will receive a letter, 'How to be justly and fairly dealt with, which would,
h.nn. I' U Ik. .Iunl.il. liL J 1 . V. ! -I I . I U . ' I . i : ...... .' I
""t'ty , .Hwiun iruia ana no im-
foaition: it tellsyou how to retain your
usband' love, keep your youth and
beauty, make bom Dlensant. art rich
and It does not cost : a little thought and
effort combined will do it, which the let-
ter clearly explains! It is worth hundreds
o( dollars, but follow the rale. -It i by
an old lady, who hat i marie a rloe study
ol mankind lor tne Inst nair century
and wantt to do tome good."
. Btaewmim " I
For sale one vacant lot in Western I
part ol the city, near the 'cotton factory,
Apply to W.M.Jarvi,
at Bearden, Rankin ft Co.'t or to C. 0.
Ihrr, Stanley' Creek, N, C.
A RAILWAY COMMISSION
HOW IT WORK1 IN THK MTATE
A Letter' Munrullled by "Tbe Hall'
road. Cotnmlaalon Club of
combu County" For tbe Conld
eratlon or the Publlo What Has)
Been Done Klnewbere MlKhl be
Tub Railroad Commission Cluii)
Of Buncombe County,
Ashuvillb, N. C, Oct. 7, 1890.)
Editor Thb Citizkn : Herewith find
letter from Hon. L. N. Trnmmell
chairman of the Georgia railroad corn-
I mission. We send you this letter as un
I argument in the favor of a rnilroad com
I mission for North Curolinu. We resect-
I fully ask publication of the letter in The
Citizrn, and beg to direct particular at
I tention to thuse parts of the letter that
I treat of urniection of wen It ronrla anrl
the increased value of rnilroad stock since
the establishment of a commission in
I Georgia. Yours trnlv
I g. R. Krpi.kr, President
CHA" KLL's LKTTRR
I June 18, 1890. Hon. T. J. Brown
Shermun, Texas. Dear Sir: In reply to
yours ol tne ad int int, asking to be in
formed in reference to the workings, ef-
I 'ects, influeucc, etc.,' etc., of the railroad
I commission ill this state. I cive vou the
I The railroad commission of this state
I was organized October 15th, 1870. Its
I annual cost to the State la S 10.000
1 $-',500 of this sum being appropriated
I to each of three commissioners. $1,500
I to a secretary, and $1,000 to advertis-
I mg, publisuing and office expenses,
I A very large reduction in the chnrges
I made by railroads, for freights and pas-
To show this reduction I state that in
1 1879 the choree made for the transoor-
I tntion of passengers was five cents per
i wuun. uk i.ivv i,ifm.uuiKyu in wiicv
ecuts per miic, ana to snow it in ireignts
I submit the following- table of rates in
1 1879 and in 1890, taking the Savannah
I oivision oi tne icntrai Knuroau us un
I Kate charged by the Central Rnilroad
1 -"'"i"v act aw, puunua
hi i un w ea 4n
in is i n as
K W 40 ) 65
Rute allowed by the Railroad Commis
sion per 10O pounds:
mi n. a, xi x
I 8 lis is a an an
B i 14 IH; t,
10: IS: ID, U, S9, 411
I Thi. immenue rerlnetion In rhrea fn.
1. - " r
fntflh. and passengers has lieen aecom
nlished without injury to the railroads.
They hare prospered whilst the people
hnve been benefited. The market value
of the stocks of our most important rail'
roads has been steadily increased.
This is shown by the following com
pnrative statement of the prices at which
the stocks of the Central railroad nnd
of the Georgia railroad and Ranking
company, the two most extensive rail
road systems in tms state in 1B7U, v,
selling in 1879 and are selling now:
Sc-llinu at in 1879. Selling at in J890,
cown R. R. stock 78 201
centrnl K. R. stock 79 121
., . . . . . . - ., .
Not onl-v nave ,,,e cl,arR of railroads
been reduced, nnd the value of their
properties enhanced ; but there has been
.n in.crea"e their milengc
since 1879. The records of this office
,howthot for the five years previous to
tne e,tablishment of the commission in
1879, there were built in this state less
tBnn .one Hundred miles ol railroad,
Ishowins an annual averatre of about
Georgia two thousand mile, of railroad.
IVWniU It I U III UHU LVIII III iMIUn lUtl UC
determined by the following facts: All
.,i;,i,,,M ,u. e -
JJjJJ gj whhout known'
,rCTt'.'? 'C.'.1"'-t',-rC-' .w""Put. "wn
11 " . V" '"" "'Kin u.iu lur
i-KIl - cat, , klltlV, WHU III! T
been announced, have been and are in la
vor of a ruilrond commission. In arl.
Milton, 1 mar state that the press of
:i 1 ..a .u...
unnilntinnm 0r .v.. alliance fnvnr an in.
crease of the powers of the existing com
T" establishment of railroad com
mission, with the proper powers to
, , ' ,
make joint rates for allcoonecting roads
my Judgment. In the building of ninny
MnnHa IwtM t run, l,,in In.n km., in... I. ,. ,
railroad. This would follow because the
rnilroad commission, by the mnkinii
and enforcing of a joint rate over the
two roads I the new and the trunk line)
,, , . .
he c"mmercinl centres of your
tate would be a guarantee again.t the
exercise of unfriendly hindrances, and
the establishment ot such arbitrary rates
bv the trunk line. a. to bead oil nnd
Icrush out the new road and thereby
making its construction impracticable.
iaii nm.u m iiii, i.w, uuncin:, AlnT
n.w roni1 WO0,J & to nnch 'yoxlr
commercial cities with their shipments
In the absence of such a regulation the
new roads would be forced to build lonu
and expensive through line to reach the
commercial tnorpugmare., at a cost so
great, in many instance, an to entirely
defeat their construction. Without such
power vested somewhere to overcome
tne armtrnrv ruic ui truna lines, tnev
may entirely prevent, by the mennsabove
alluded to. the building of roads in lurge
sections of your country; and absolutely
lock them up against all railroad facill-
tic except a furnished by themselves
upon their own terms. With such a
regulation, however and the enforcement
of such rate all sections of your state
that are able to build a short road and
as l nave uniu, innure Anc uuuuiug ui mil-
roads into section that ar now with-
fine nthrr-reaaon. and nrohnblv the
strongest one thut can be given showing
the necessity of a railroad commission,
grow, out of the fact that the stocks of
railroads are now held largely for speca-
Nation, and not a an investment. If
they were held at an investment It
would be to tbe interest of those holding
tnm to give to the country such a scr-
. , . would arid tn the
wealth and noualation of the eonntrv.
which would, in return, remunerate the
roads by the Increase of travel and larger
tonnage, a. the natural results of In-
creased population and wealth,
But when the stock of tbe roads ar
.v.t,u, nlfwl ftjisi. : ......
held a thev now are. for speculative pur
poses alone, the holders huve no interest
in tne future oi tne ruuroiiua, ur in tirc
future of the conntry which they traverse
or in the people of tne country. Their in
terest is in tl e kki'orts and in Uicnkxt
dividends. As these arc to govern and
reuulule the prices in which they look for
advantageous. sales and larjje profits,
this state of affairs causes nn irresistible
demand by the holders of the stocks up
on the officers who ure miinaging the
mud for favorable reports and large
dividends, which can only be given by ex
acting such high rate, of the patrons of
the roads, and tne country tnrougn
which they pass, aa to strip every indus
try and every interest that the road may
touch of all profits, with most disastrous
results to tne country ana to tne people.
A railroad commission, clothed with
proper authority, could prevent all this
oy me cstuuiiBiimvnA en rnic. uini wouiu
be just to the country nnd to the roads
by disregarding these demands made by
speculators in stocks, and prescribing and
fixing n rate for the roads by which the
country would be developed, enriched and
made populous. The stimulus that such
a favorable rate would eive to all pur
suits and all industries would in return
pay the road., by reason of increased
travel and a larger tonnage, more than
they now make by the high rate. U)jon
their light travel and small tonnuge.
In conclusion, permit me to state that
I do not wish to be misunderstood as at
tributing all the prosiienty of Geormu
and especially of her railroad interests, to
tne titct that she ha. a raiirord commis
Georgia feels the impulse towards
progress and development which stirs in
all her sister states, and is reaping
rime of the general benefits of
the general prosicrity of the times,
But 1 do honestly believe that the rail-
road commission has lieen n great factor
in her prosierity, nnd shall be glad to
know that the irrcat state of Texas has
organized a commission with the prnier
powers, nnd lias placed the adminislrn
Hon ol tnose mwer in proiier nnnds,
L. N. Tkammku.,
Chnirmnn of the Railroad Commission
of the State of Georgia.
When Baby wss sick, ws gave bar Cantoris.
When aha was a Child, the cried for Castoruv
Whan ah became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
' The reason R A DAM'S
MICROHB KILLBK In
the most wonderful met!'
idne, Is because It has
never failed in any in
stance no mutter what
the disease, from LHP-
KOKY to the simplest
disease anown to mean
The scientific men oi
today claim ami
prove thttt every pl
Caused by microbes.
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Rxtermlnntea the Micro bra nnd drive, them
out of the ayatcm, and when that la dnnr
you cannot hnve nn ache or pain. Nn mat
ter what the dlaeaae. whether a almnle cnne
of Malaria Pever or a combination of dl
eaaea, we cure them all at the anme time, aa
we treat all diaeaees coa.titutlo ally.
Atthma, Comumption, Cntnrih, firon
cnitis, KiKumatism, Kuincy una Liver
Dinenne, Chilli ami Fever, Female
Troubles, in all if forms, ami, in fact,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Bee that our Trade-Mark tannic aa abore)
appears on cack jug.
Rend for book "Hlatorv of tbe Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Pb. G.,
Bole Agent, Aaheville, N. C.
novlTdlv MM aa
Newa and Sentiment and the
Kent Family Journal lu
The weekly edition of the Hpringcld
(Mnas.l Republican, recently enlarged to 111
pages or R4 column, aftbrrla the licet we. kly
newspaper and lamlly journnl combined In
the country. It la ably an carefully eilltid
n addition to a rail revie ol the new. ever,
week. It furnishes a vast amount of Intcrcat
tlng, entertaining and valuable reading mat
ter, embracing a rich literature department,
atorie. for the yonng and old, sermon, anil
rcllgiou. news and dlacuaalon. ajieclal correa-
pondence, well written i dltorlala, a depart
ment for women, another for fnrmera, newa
of the theatera and snorts, original and se
lected poetry, frequent special articles, etc.,
etc. It Is Bold for
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or 10 rents a month for shorter periods. Send
for a free aainple copy. All enhecriptlona pay
able In advance.
septfldntwilt HiiriiiKflrlil. Ma...
fatA0( SvtiMga. Low Rat.
reur Trip, par Waah iwara
DETROIT, MACKINAO ISLAND
reiAukey. "anil sia. Bin., ao uu
Kutvi. War Porta.
Bvery Wa.li Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
.1.1 MiMl.r TriM 4.rlNf J.M. Jaljr. AWMlAMlS.p.
Daubli- Dalle Una
CHICAGO, AND 8T. JOSEPH, MICH.
0IS) LLUTRATEO r AM PHI "I
a.tai Anil aa ,tti-U. u Tloka wiu bn ItinUaUwa
bv TourTlea.1 As.nl. erodai-eM
I. B. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A., OSTMie, Mwh. ,
Detroit and Olavaland Rtaam Nov. Oo.
(Snccmore to Balrd A Rector.)
NOa aS North . Main Street.
UPBRI0R PLOUR MANVPACTtlRBD
POR OUR TRADE, ALL BIKBu, .
WS IELL FOR 13.40 rtR HUNDRED. '
m. ,." Mt4,
"V aTt A4t
'Castoria Is so well adapted to children thai
I rooonunend Itasaupsrlortosny proscription
known to ma." H. A. Aacmn, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford Bt,, Brooklyn, N. T.
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORD AMD EWART'S
Tbla Announcement aboald Draw
Bla; crowds and Bring; tbe Dem
ocracy of Ibe Old Mlntb to Itae
W. T. Crawford and H. G. Ewnrt.dcm
ocrnticand republican nominees resiec-
tively for representative, to congress
from the ninth district will hnve joint
debates a. follows, if Ewurt doesn't back
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. 9th.
Pigeon River, Fridnv. Oct. Kith.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 1th.
Wayncsville, Monday, Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14th.
Bryson City, Wednesday. Oct. 15th.
Robbinsville, Thursday, Oct. lO'.h.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hnyesville, Saturday, Oct. 18th.
Aquone, Mondav, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesday. Oct. 22d.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 25th.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wednes'dav, Oct. 29th.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Asheville. Saturday. Nov. 1st.
If either should be unable to meet the
appointments he will have a representa
tive. The speakimr. will beirin nromotlv nt
Where and When Telling; Argn.
menu Have Been or Can
Hon. R. B. Glenn. Stovall. Thursday.
Oct. 2; Oxford, Thursday night, Oct. 2;
Durham, Friday, Oct. 3;'Ralcigh, Sntur-
inv mum, Oct. 4: Grnhnm. Tursdnv.
uct. 7 i oreensuoro, Wedncsdnv. Oct. 8:
ix'xmgton, inursdny, Oct. H; fialisbury,
nursciay iiiuiit. tx-tolier : Lliurlottc.
SntUrdav muht. Hot. 1 1 : Auheci le M nn.
day night. Oct. 13; Marion, rucsdnv,
Oct. 14; Hickory, Wedncsdnv, Oct. 15;
Statesville, Wednesday night, Oct. 15;
Asneixorn, inursduv, Oct. 18; High
roint, inursuuy night, Uct. 10; Mt.
Airy, Saturday n'ght. Oct. 18.
Hon. Z. H. Vance. Brvson Citv. fVtn
Icr3; Webster, Saturday, October 4;
Franklin, Monday 0ctolier6; Asheboro,
Wedncsdny, Oct) 8: Graham. I Fair 1.
Thursday, Oct. 9; Carthaee. Saturday.
Oct. 11 : Fnvetteville. Mnnilnv fk-t in-
urecnsDoro, i uesuay.uct. 1; llillslxiro,
ncancsuny.iict. 10 ; Uurliam.Thursdnv.
Oct. 16: Roxboro. Friday. Oct. 17: Vn'n.
ccvviue, Saturday, uct. im; uannury,
(Stokes county) Monday, Oct. 20; Mor
ganton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22;
Salisbury, (Fair) Thursday, Oct. 23.
Hon. A. Leaznr, Shelby, Thursday, Oct.
; Lincolnton. Friday. 'Oct. 3 : Newton.
Suturday, Oct. 4; Mocksville, Monday,
Oct. 6; Tbomasville, Tuesday, Oct. 7;
Chapel Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Hon. T. J. Jnrvis, Hillsboro. Tuesday.
September 30; Roxboro, Wedncsdnv,
October, 1 ; Yanceyville, Thursday, Octo
ber 2; Reidsville, Friday October 3;
Walnut Cove, Saturday, October 4; Win
ston, Monday, October 6.
Hon. H. A. Guriger, Trenton, Tuesday,
September, 30; Kinstnn, Wedncsdny, Oc
tober 1 ; Snow Hill, Thursday, October
2; Goldsboro, Friday, Octolier 3; Rnl-
eign, sa:urday, October 4.
v.. U. Aycock, bsq., Snnford
October 3; Lillington, Saturday, Octo
Hon. W. H. Kitchen, Pittslwro, Satur
day, September 27; Carthage, Monday,
September 20; Rockingham, Tuesday,
County chairmen will plei'se advertise
liberally with hand-bills and otherwise.
and dcmocritic paper, give publicity to
Hn. Ciiamiikrs Smith,
Ch'n State Urn. Ex. Com.
Por Chief Juatice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. S. MKRRIMON.
Por Aaaocinte Juatice of the Supreme Court:
HON. WALTKR CLARK.
rn stTKNins coitBTjt'noB:
1st district Oko 11. Bsown. Jr., of Beaufort.
2d diatrict Hknrv R. IIvan. of Craven.
4th ilialrict Mi'iKB WniTAKBn, of Wake.
6th dUtrict R. W. Wikstun, of (Iranvllle.
nth di.trict B. T. Bovkin, of Hamiiaiin.
7th dlatrii-t lAUK. D. Mclvun. of Moore.
ntn uiatnci k f,
. AnuriRLn, of Iredell.
loth district Ino. (iKAV nvni'M, of Burke.
a tin uiainei vr.
. A. Hiikr, of Lincoln,
pns SOLICIT0B i
1st district J. II. Blount, of Perquimans,
2d rtl.tilcl J. M. tlsiuann, of llniirna
3d diatrict Jno. H. WoiHlarri, of Wilson.
4th district B. W. t'nu.Jr, of Jnhnsinn.
6th district K. 8. Pabkkb. of Alamance.
Illh diatrict . II. AI.LKN, of Inolr.
7th district Psank McNsii.l. of Richmond
Nth district B. P. Lonci, of Irrilcll
9th district W. W. Barsks, of Wllkc
loth district W. C. Nkwi.ano, of Caldwell.
11th nlslrlct P. I.OsniinNR.of Mecklrnburg.
12th diatrict Oro. A. Jiinbo, rf Macoa.
1st diatrict W. A. P.. Branch, of Prsufort
2d district i. I. Roiirrs, ol Noitnsmptun.
3d district II. P. Oraiiv, of Duplin,
4th district B. H. Burn, nf Nanh.
6th district A. H. A. W iamb, of flranville.
Otb district 8. B. Alrxarurr, of Mecklen
7th district J. S. llRNnRssoN, of Rowan.
Nth district W. H. II. CnWLRB. of Wllken.
9th diatrict W. T. Crawporo, of Haywood.
Democratic County Ticket.
Por Represent ntlves :
M L. HUllll,
J. P. LOWRY.
D. L. RKYNOLDB.
Siiirrlor Court Clerk I
J. L. CATHRY.
J.J. MACK BY,
J. H. COIIHTNBV.
A, H. STAR NHS.
L. B. McllKAYBR.
THB KQTJITABCE LIFB
A .sets 107,180,809.1 a
IS. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Aaheyllle, N. C.
Ones 83 South Main street. ault dtf
Castoria enras Colls, Constipation,
Boar Btouiacu. DUvrrhai, trui-uilion,
KlUs Worms, gives sltwp, and promotes di
gestion. Without injurious medication.
Tus CsnTAca CoarAirr, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
RICHMOND & OANYILLE R. R. CO
Westers North Carolina IMvlalon.
PA8SBN0BR TRAIN BCHBDULB
UN Bfpkct Auiruat 811
75th Meridian time unci I when not otherwlat
6 6 Ham
7 3Anm I
12 40pm I
" New York.
Dolly. W BUT BOUND. No. 80
Lv. New York,
1 1 24am
" Danville. ""
11 26am I
3 4ft om
. at a. R,
915amI.v Aaheville, Arr. 700pm
10O9araAr. Henderuonville, " 607 pm
1243 pm" Spartanburg. Lv. 84Q p m
No. 16 (bally eacept Xunday.) No. 17
7BSamLv. Aaheville, Ar. 406 p m
935amlAr. Wavneavllie, " 2)6pm
342 pml" BryaonCity, " 946 am
660 p ml" Andrew., Lv. 6 50am
" Noa. 60 and 61, I'ullman aiecpers between
Nu.. 63 and 63 I'ullmnn Budet Bleeping
Car. between Hot springa and Waahington.
W. A. WINBUKN. II. ! A..
Aaheville. N. C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A.,
Woautngton I) C.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA8TBST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Kanaa. City In 87 hour.
Aaheville to Denver In 61 hours.
Asheville to Han Pranciaco. California, and
Portland, Oregon, in 6 dava.
Solid Veetihulrd Traina Mt. Lnula to Kan
aaa City. Reclining chair car free.
Por full information call on or write to
B. A. Newland,
niatrlct Passenger Agent,
No. 10 I'alton Ave., Aaheville. AM. C.
J. CHARLTON. O. P. A.. Chicago. III.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after thi. date the following ached.
ule. will be run over ita "Columbia Divieioa."
No. 03 LiCavc. Columbia S.ao p. m.
Arrive, at Charleston...... 9.30 p.m.
No, 52 Leave. Charlcton'.. ....... 7. to a. m.
Amrea atcolumbla 11.65 a. m.
Connectina with traina to and from all
point, on the Charlotte, Columbia At Au
guata and Columbia at OreenvUle Railroads.
T. M. BXRRSON, Oen. Poos. Ajrt,
f. P. PRvrvB. rwa ,in(.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Bnding 10.00 p.
Car leaves Square for all points on the
hoar, and twenty and forty minute. there-
Hcncauie ears connect at Square.
Train car and baggage car meet even
train. One valine allowed each paaaengef.
Baggage tranaferred from all points In tbe
city for 38 cent..
THB AHHHVII.I.B STRRBT RY. CO.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 9t ST. PAUL
. AND NORTH KRN PACIFIC R. R'S.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Chi
caun dnily at 5. So p. m.
Por St. I'aul.ml Minnrnpolls.
" Fargo, North Dakota.
" llclrnn nnd ttulle. Mnnt.ina.
" The Ycllowntoni Park.
" RHiknnc Fall, and Tacoi la.
" I'lirtlnnd, llrcgtin
Beat Route to Seattle and all Onrth Pacific
The Scenic line tn California, ia Portland
anil the Shaata Route.
T.cket. on ante everywhere.
Por Informant n apply lo anv Agent, or
address A. V. II. Camprntrr, f eneral Paa
engrr Agent, Chicago, III., ur . C. Braov,
Southern HaawiRvr Agent, l-nuisvlllr, Kv.
Real Estate Agent.
AND LOAN BROKRK,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'S BOOK STORE )
Money loaned and well secured at S per cent.
Real Katate bought and sold at public and
Crivate aale. Rents collected. I conducted a
ral ttstale and Auction bualneM in Charles
ton, S. C. ten yearn, and will aiv. nrnmnt
attention to all business put In my charge.
Bditor Asheville Cltla
That our many friends may kaow bow we
are getting on we will state that we took In
In Hotel anu Store
S9.ooo In Vive Weeks.
Took In last Saturday over $700. (78 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis.
tered 38 that day. Had 6.0OO arrivals la
8 months. Our stock is mammoth 800 leet
long and 18 feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and see "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of as aad save 10 to 88 per
S. R. CHRDRSTRR ft SON.
Large cool, airy rooms, house newly fur-nl-heil
; good table. Terms reasonable. Oa
street car Hue.
. . MRS. J, L. BMATHBRS,
July12d6m Si a Patton Ave.
TO VEAK TJEf
nnaraag frma In. eavew of nathralanaarl
aW.waaAliigwaakBaaa, lMli.anhoad.ehA, I, ifi
and a valuable trasAis. iraMi aauadaiag fall
pArtienUr. fur bob cura, rRstlot .aargVTA
gasa who b aarrsus and daMulatoa. Aodvasa
rret. a, ft aWIJlssStss, Casaa,
airvfl dw iy
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then Bend your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
roir a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a workmanlike
style at this F rint
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. Thoy are
In North Carolina.
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