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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1890.
A troublesome! ikln disease
I caused me to scratch for ton
' months, and has been cured bv
a few days use of 8. 8. S.
M. H. Wolff,
TTpper Marlboro, hid.
I wu cured levenu ycnni ago of
whlW swelling In niy leg by elio ue of
8. 8. 8., and have had no symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physician attended me and all
failed, but 8 8. S. did the work.
Paul W Kihkpatrick,
Johnson Ulty, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Dbeasel
Swift Specific Co.,
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Knom 8, McAfee Huilding. . .
Houn 10 a. in., to 1 p. tn. and 4. to 0 p.m,
Tclepone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Box .57
la Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
.office Over J. H. Law'. Store, South Main
" With gn. BOc.
Filling with tiUvcr or amalgam. ...00c. to7Ac.
" gold 9 1. 00 and upward.
Set of teeth (6.00.
Beat act of teeth S8.00.
i No better made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Room. 0 and 6, McAfre Building,
fatton Avenue, Ashe v lie N. C.
flMCTICK 1.1MITKII TO TIIF
Eye, Gar! Throat and Nose.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, M. C.
Will practice tn the 10th and 13th Judicial
piatricis of North Carolina and in the Ku-
rente Court and the Federal Court of the
cetera IH.trict of North Carolina.
Tiiko. P. Davidson, Tlini. A. Jons.
Kaieign. jam. u. mabtih, A.revme,
JJAVm80N, MARTIN SkJONBS,
Attorncr. and CouiiKllora at Law,
AiheTille. N. C.
Will practice in the 11th and 12th Judicial
Districts, and in the Supreme Court oi North
Carolina, and in the I'edcrnl Court, of the
Western IH.trict of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aslicvillc.
J A. TBNNKNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, specifications and estimate, fur
nished. All work In mv line contracted for,
and no charges for drawings od contract.
References when desired.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
.1.. . . - m aBhtlla M .hlOill
. II. RBRVBt, D.D.a. I II. K. SMITH, D. D. 8.
Dra. Reeve Sinitli.
la Coanaily sunning, ur Med wood. Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
aasestneuc, ana ail case oi irregularity cor.
j r. RAM8AY, D. D..
Over the National Dank of Asheville, Bar-
W X!iiciC ION
lr TMtu ouvo 'cwKUat 6, xajs;
iMDflilD REBUUTM CO. ATLANTA BA,
BRAL E8TATB AGENT.
' MyoAlce hours will Im from this time on
from 10 to 1, Will Ik glad to attend to any
'liusiaes. during these hour.. I will al.o lie
la my office on and on from 8 to 10 a. m.and
U 1 1 lo T. I will be glad tn show any
p iy during those hours Come and let
m. .. ow you wins handsome property,
17 South Main Street,
Have everything In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
Bad wll them at cheap and deliver then at
Tow horn, as quick as any house la the city.
Fresh vegetable, from the country every
A trial will show you what wt can do.
entlTdtf H tRB rtROTIIHRi"
VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
TO BE SOLD
ON TUESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 14, AT 3 P. M.
Th personal property oftht Ashevlll. Club
will be sold at amnion for cash. This con
slsta m part of one billiard table, on. poo:
Uble, both M good a new. Several hand,
some tables, chain, desks, book., magnslnrs,
pletum, e fee,
Th. sal will tab. place at the club rooms
warn the property can from thl. day b. ts
amtaed by aay pereoa who eoatemplate. be-
coming a purchsssr.
DEMOCRACY OF THE NINTI
ABLE BEVIKW OF THE POL,!'!
W. T. Crawford and the Honor
him- Nomination Did Him Hla
Mental Eeiulpinent for the Work
Ashkvii.uk, Sept. 24. 1800,
Editor Franklin Prkss: On the wing
through the countiei of Western Nin th
Carolina, occupied in the interests of my
business, enjoying the pleasures of inter
course with my friends, and not tnsensi
ble to the surpassing beauties of the
country, time and association both lead
me to observation on the polilicnt facts,
at present the chief iutereoi to most of
your readers. Passing through many of
the mountain counties, mingling freely
with the people, hearing the unrestrained
expression of the opinions, I can truth'
fully say tlint the field gives promise of a
Never was an apter or more judicious
nomination made than that of William
T. Crawford to represent this Ninth con
gressional district in the congress of the
United States. The able, popular and
well equipped meu who competed with
him for the prize, everyone of them, were
worthy to be honored by the people,
That W. T. Crawford was the victor in
the race, it no dishonor to them, but
was a signal honor to him ; for it came
to one relatively unknown, largely inex
perienced, untried on the wider field of
arena debate. Itcametohim astribateto
personal merit, to character made illus
trious by the orneal in which it hnd been
tried, to talent found equal to every test
that had been applied to it. What a les
son of encouragement is given to those
young men who enter, as he did, upon
tne Dattle ot me, poor, untriended, tinea
ucated, his sole equipment being energy,
determination, industry, ambition to suc
ceed ; above nil a high standard of mor
ality, unflinching resistance to the temp
tations, innexiuic aunerence 10 iruin ana
integrity. Equipment enough truly, if
ngnuy usca, ub it was oy Air. ruwiura
And therefore we see him as he is now,
well informed as if he had been trained
as the scholar, well read as if he had
been a student of letters, with a com
maud of language at once forcclul, choice
and elegant, which, added to his r ndv,
animated utterance, gives him all the
power and influence ol the trained ora
His constituents, so I may call them,
arc proud of him. The voung men adore
him as a splendid representative of their
period of life, and an enthusiasm inflames
the mind of nil as his experience in con
flict has proved how worthy he was of
their choice aud how wisely their parti
1 : .. . & 1 '.1.. - ,-...
ford has shown the fulness, and accuracy
of his information, the readiness with
which be draws upon his stores, the
force of his arguments, the aptness of his
replies, the keenness ol bis wit, the elo
quence of his language, the animation of
nis manner. Ana Mr. irawtord leels
that he stands forth at the champion of
the truth, the asscrterol the rights ol the
people, the defender of its liberties, nnd
the aggressive rcsistcr of encroachment
of wrong und tyranny. For Mr. Craw
ford does nut stand on the defensive. He
carries the war into the enmps of the op
position. He is not content to stand
still while the party he antagonizes is
the party that legislate! to moke the lot
01 tne poor man harder, that ol the rich
man softer and more luxurious ; the party
thnt disturbs the national peace, and
makes more remote that universal tran
quility so essential to a people, ruined,
despoiled, impoverished ; the party whose
creed is sectional, and whose legislation
it designed to create and perpetuate sec
tional animosities, principles and prac
tices esiecially abhorrent to a people
thoroughly patriotic and intense in their
love of the union, il cemented upon the
basis of equal rights and consideration
in the administration of the affairs ol
It is to foster this SDirtt of patriotism.
this devotion to the union, this recogni
tion ol equal justice, that Mr. Crawford
contests with Mr. Ewart the fruits, not
the honors only, of an election: for dem
ocratic success meansreturnto the obser
vance of the constitution, the obliteration
of sectional sentiment and legislation, the
enactment of the distinction of classifica
tion between the rich and the poor, the
monopolist and the toiler, to all the offen
sive features of which distinction Mr.
Ewart is committed by word and deed
with the honorable exception of bis man
ly protest against the insulting and dan
gerous lorcc bill; and for bis attitude in
that question we are glad to do him
Conceding ability and energy to Mr.
Ewart, the friends of Mr. Crawford must
not content themselves with wordy en
thusiasm or noisy approval. Tbey have
work before them ; for they must know
work it needed to remove a mun en
trenched in place, and backed by the most
effective of party influences. I am cer
tain from what I have seen that Mr.
Crawford's friends will work, and work
with determination. It will be a victory
worth achieving to redeem a district lost
to the democrats by untimely supineness,
and restore it lo its accustomed place in
the democratic calendar. And it will be
a victory worthy to be remembered In
enduring honor, when the voters ol
Western North Carolina, young nnd old.
combine to prove their sympathy with
merit, to crown scll-mnde character with
deserved honors, and to give higher re
ward to the achievement of nnme and re
nown over the hard conditions ol early
poverty nnn onsrunty.
Prom what I have seen, I am confident
of Mr. Crawford's election by one of the
largest democratic maturities ever given
in this district ; but nothing must be as
sumed as sure: nothing must be left to
chance. Let the watchword be work I
work 1 until the fight is closed.
Coming to the men of Macon, the in
terest in the election of George A. (ones
Solicitor for the 13th Judicial District
is a wide spread one. Like the canvass
of Mr. Crawford, It it a work of redemp
tion to restore the position lost by the
inopportune election of a republican can
didate; on election altogether out of
(jiuix n ui.uki .o unequivocally Dem
ocratic. Of Mr. Jones' election I cannot mter.
tnin a doubt, both from the fine impres
sion his nominntion hna made, and from
the character of the man. He is a strong
lawyer, sound reasuncr.n good sneaker,
a ready debater, and commanding uni
versal confidence from his unblemished
integrity and fidelity to his trusts. He
has admirable personal traits, and wins
by the geniality of his manner, and the
sympathies of his temper. Let us have
no more republican Solicitors, but elect
Georg. Jones by such a majority at
1 oiakfl a luture rcpuDitcaa majority
act of temerity not to be thought of.
But for him aa for Crawford, the word
must be work 1 work 1 work to the end
And now something of your county
officers, whose campaign, as a lormer
Mncnn man, 1 watch with intense Inter
est. Vim urc fortunate in the nomination
ol Frank Rav. that true old democrat,
the old reliable, true to his party at
niiiue, true to in. party ann 111s pcopii
when he has been before, able, intelligent,
industrious. Frank, with his wider ex-
perience, will be more useful than liecould
have been before. As an informed politi
cian, n strong speaker, u guud debater,
the people must look to it that his vote
is large and his election certain in that
good democratic county. I know of some
ol the (lilhculties that nave beset him and
other candidntcs in late years. Fore.
warned, forearmed; nnd Macon demo
crats can, if they so determine, make
Frank s election sure beyond a perndven-
YOUNO AND Alll.tt.
So with S. L. Rogers, candidate for
clerk of the superior court, and J. S,
Sloan, candidate tor register of deeds,
Where cun be lound two more unexcep
tionable young men ? Young men in the
very flush of youthful vigor, with youth
ful power, energies and enthusiasm ; but
matured in character, habits and expe
rience. And surely no two young men
can present characters more, pure, mor
als more unsullied, habits more correct,
reputations more enviable. The young
men of Macon should be proud to sus
tain those who reflect such illustrious
honor unon youth: and the older men
should lie emphatic in their approval of
those who sustain the honors won bv
the generation passing away with such
lustre, and gratified to find themselves
followed by such worth successors.
Full ol interest for the success of the
democratic party in all its fields of con
test in nil parts of the west, and encour
aged in the highest degree by the result
of my observations, I have ventured to
address you as above with the hope you
will give my expressions place in your
Gborgb W. Tii.son
Where and When Telling Arg;u
raenla Have Been or Can he
Una. B. II. Mtnn: Stnvall. Thursrinv
Oct. 2: Oxford. Thursday night. Oct. 2
Durham. Friday, Oct. 3 ; Raleigh, Satur
day night, Oct. tirnham, Tuesday,
Oct. 7 i Urecnsboro, Wednesday, IJct. 8
Lexington, Thursday, Oct. B; bnlishury
Thursday night, October 9; Charlotte
Satuidnv night, Oct. 11 ; Asheville, Mon
day night, Oct. 13; Marion, Tuesday
Oct. 14; Hickory, Wednesday, Oct. 1:1
Statesville. Weduesdny night, Oct. 15
Asheboro, Thursday, Oct. 10; High
1'oint, Thursday night, Oct. 16; Mt,
Airy, Saturday night, Oct. 18.
linn. Z. II. Vance: Rryson City, Octo
brrS: Webster, buturday, October 4
Franklin, Monday October 6; Asheboro,
Wednesday. Oct. n; Urahum, it air I
Thursday, Oct. 9; Cnrthaec, Saturday
Oct. 11 ; Favctteville, Mondny, Oct. 13;
Greensboro, Tuesday, Oct. 14; Hillsboro,
Wednesday, Oct. 10; Durham, l nursilay ,
Oct. IS; Koxuoro, f ndny.uct. it; van-
cevville. Saturday, Oct. 18; Danbury,
(Stokes county) Monday, Oct. 20; Mor-
. il' 1 1 00.
Salisbury. I Hair I Thursday. Oct. 23.
Hon. A.Lcaiiir: Shelby, Thursday, Oct,
2 ; Lincolnton, hndny. Oct. 3; Newton
Saturday. Oct. 4: Mocksville. Monday
Oct. 6; Thomosville, Tuesday, Oct. 7
Chanel Hill. Wednesday. Oct. 8.
lion. i.J.J arris: nuisooro, tucsuny,
September 30: Roxboro, Wednesday
T m w w ' III, I Y- ,
October, 1 ; Yanceyville, Thursday, Octo
ber 2; Keidsville, Hndny, October a;
Walnut Cove, Saturday, October 4; Win
ston, Monday, October 6.
Senator .V. tv. Hansom: waynesville,
Tuesday, October 7; Brevard, Wednes
day. Octolier 8 : Hcndersonville. Thurs
day, October 9; Asheville, Friday, Octo
ber lu; Marsnail, Saturday, October 11,
Hon.H.A.iindetr: Trenton, Tuesday,
September, 30; Kinston, Wednesday, Oc
tober 1; Snow Hill, Thursday, October
2: Goldsboro. Friday. October 3; Kal'
eigh, Salurdny, October 4.
L.li. ArcocK, ma. : snniora, many,
Octobers; Lillington, Saturday, Octo
Hon.W.Il.Kitchm: Pittsboro, Satur
day, September 27 ; Carthnge, Monday,
September 29; Kockingham, luesday,
County chairmen will plerse advertise
liberally with band-bills and otherwise,
and democritic papers give publicity to
liD. ITIAMIIKRS SMITH,
Ch'n State Dcm. Ex. Com
Por Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. S. MBRR1MON.
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
HON. WALTBR CLARK,
roa stipgaios couaTjunoa:
1st district Oao. H. BaoWK, Jr., of Beaufort.
3d district H knsv k. hbvan, or wraYcn.
4th district Hriaa Wiiitakss. of Wake,
nth district K. W. Winston, of Granville,
ath district K. T. BoVKIN, of Sampson.
7th district J A y SB D. Mclvss. of Moore.
8th district K P. AsunRi.11, of Iredell.
10th district Jno. Okav Bvni'U, of Hurkc.
11th district W. A. Hoaa, of Lincoln.
FOB SOLICJTOB !
1 .t district J. H. Bloknt, of Perquimans.
3d district J. M. Ohiiiaso, of Halifax
3d district jno. B. Woodard. of Wilson,
th district B. W. Poll, Jr , of Johnston.
8th district B. 8. Pamkrb, of Alamance,
nth district O. H. Al.l.SN. of Lenoir.
7th district Prank McNxill, of Richmond
Hth district B. P. Lono, of Iredell,
nth rii.trtet W. W. Hlisss. of Wilkes.
10th district W. C. Nswi.anii, of Caldwell.
1 1 th district P.I. OsaoBNR, of Mecklenburg.
13th district uao. A. jonrs, ei Macon.
roa Conor ass 1
1st district W. A. B. Branch, of Beaufort.
3d district W. I. Rookbs, of Northampton,
ad district B. P. (Isaiiv, of Duplin.
4th district H. II. UltNN, of Nash,
nth district A. II. A. Williams, of Oranvlllc.
Oth district S. B. Alrxanukb, of Mecklen
burg. 7th di.lilct J. . llsxnsssoN. of Rowan.
Nth illstilct W. H. II. CnwifMs, of Wilkes.
Sth district W. T. Crawford, of Havwood.
Democratic Connty Ticket,
J. P. LOWRV.
I). L. RBVNOLDS.
Superior Court Clerk i
J.J. MACK BY.
J. H. COIIMTNUV,
A. II. STAKNUS.
L. B. McBKAVBH.
Whan Baby was sick, ws fare her Osatoris.
Wbsn ill. waa a Child, sh erisd for Oaatorla. -Wbm
the baoams Miss, she elung lo Oaatorla.
Bradlleld'a Peinalo Resxalator,
Should be used by the young woman.
she who suflers from any disorder pecul
iar to her sex, and at change of lint it a
powerful tonic; benefits allwho use It.
Write Brndfield Regulator Company.
Atlanta, Ga.. for particulars. By all
-nmm sfiriBnw 1 "'Y'll- -"1Y- --.-v.-v..v-v
Castoriawsn well adapted tochUdrra that
I recommend It a. superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Archkr, M. D.,
Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORD' AND EWART1
Thla Announcement Should Draw
Big-Crowds and Bring; the Dem
ocracy of the Old Ninth to Hie
W. T. Crawford nnd H. G. Ewnrt, dem
ocratic and republican nominees rcsjiec
tively for representatives to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debates as follows, if Ewart doesn't back
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14th.
Bryson City, Wednesday, Oct. IQlh.
Robbinsvillc, Thursday, Oct. 16'.h.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hayesville, Saturday, Oct. 18th.
Aquone, Mondny, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesday, Oct. 2'Jd.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d,
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 2.rith.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wcdncsduv, Oct. 2!Hh.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If either should he unable to meet the
appointments he will have a representa
tive. Thesiwaking will begin promptly at
One or the Flneat."
We have heard many times this and
that wos the Finest on Earth, even a
"play" called "The Finest on Earth,"
but at last we have found it. The fa
mous Cincinnati, Hamilton und Dnyton
railroad is the finest in the world, run
ning 48 pnssenger trains n day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dayton, Toledo.
Detroit, Michigan, and Canada points,
Indianapolis, Chicago and the north
west, keokuk, Springfield, St. Louis,
Kansas City and the west. The finest
track and finest trains in the world, vch-
tibuled, heated by steam from the engine,
lighted by electricity, and the finest din
ing car system in the world ; pnrlor curs
and slceeping ears. When traveling nsk
for tickets via the C. II. He I), or write lo
Wm. A. Wir.ciss,
Southern Passenger Agent.
P. O. Ilox 420, Chattanooga, Tenn.
CREATES ninny a new business;
&NL.AK(rbit many an old business;
REVIVES many a dull business;
RESCUES many a lost business;
SA VES many a tailing business;
PRESER VES many a lurie business;
SECURES success in any business.
To advertise ludiciouslv. use the col
umns of "The Cuisen." Everybody reads
it; and in propoition to the returns it
yields advei titers, its rates are the chain
est in the counti r.
J ASIKS PRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main Asheville, N. C.
ennn eoicc ivn cmpk cadu
n uvuu uiingg nnu wiuurt miiin.
8 miles from Asheville Court House.
a.1 Acres of Land,
Good New 9-R00111 House,
ALL MODURN IMPROVHM It NTS.
Pasture land enough for eight or cn cows ;
balance In nienduw.
J. A. MURDOCH.
BMMA, N. C.
eiil SO dim
Improved and unimproved rcnlvstnte.hoth
business and resilience property; any kind,
y price, la an? part of thcclty. 1' ARM I NO
ND M1NIN0 LANDM.
make a aiieeinlty of renting proierlv and
collecting rents. If you are looking fur a
house, consult my bulletin If your house
Is vacant nnd you want a tenant, list il with
mc. No tenant, nu charge.
C. Fa RAY,
Real Instate Agent.
sept IS (I If
Th. world famous, unequnled, unescetled,
durable and beautiful
Are recnmmetidcd hv the beat artlata. Cnni,
and esamlne our good, before buying else
where at no. 87 i-attoa avenue. Tuning
and repairing a Bficclnlty.
0. M. WILLUMI ft CO.
I.arg cool, airy room., bouse newly fur-nl-brdi
good table. Term, rsaaonabl. Ua
street car Hat.
MIS. J. L. SMATHRRH,
SIS Fattoa Ave.
Oaatorla cures Colto, Oonstlpntlnn,
Bour Htimiueu, Diurrha-a. Kruelollon,
Kills Worms, give, sleep, aud promote, dl
Without injurious medication.
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The mmtm MADAM'S
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the niont wotiilvrfu med
icine, it iHTiuinc it ha.
nt-vt-r tiiiied tn any in-
Htntiee, no in niter whnt
the tiinenitc, I'rom Llil.
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diMenHC known to the- liu-1
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The neii iuific men of
tonliiy claim anil
prove tnat every ni:
CttUHcd by Microbe,
RAOAM'S MICROBE KILLERz:
ISxtenninnteii the Mit rniKH mill driven them
out of the HVftem, nnd when thut Ik done
vou cnnmit hJive un utile or niiiii. No tnnl-
er wh-it the tlim-nse, whtthi-r n liitile er.-e
of Mnlnrin 1'i vcr or n t.o!iil.inuUuii of iliit
..'nHcii, we eure them nil tit the tiin time, im
we treat nil t!leaieN enn:iitiitto ally.
Astltmii, Cfiisiiniptit.il, Cutnnh. Hratii
vfiitis, kficuwutism, K hi my ml Liver
Disease. L ( una ti'cr, renutlc
Troubles, in its Ihrms, niuL itt fact, I
everv Disaise known to the Hmniinl
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Kee that our Trnde-Mm k (mime oh ahove) I
niH-nri in mi-H (uk.
Snd for liuok "HUtory of the Mlerotie
Kiner," liiven nwny oy
J. H. (JRANT, I'll. f-M
8olc Aint, Anlicvlllc, N. C.
nnvl7 dl r tu Irl un
Uditor Anhevillc Citltcn:
That our many friend may kmiw how wr
are jrettlnK on wc will Rtate that we took in
in Hotel and Store
$9,000 lu Vive Week 14.
Tooklnliut Saturday over $7(M). $75 of
that waa hotel, balance store. Hotel rrri-
tered SI5 that day. Had ft. (M)0 arrival In
0 niontbn. Our at.'ek It mnmmotlt .loo t'-ct
Ions and 10 feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and tee "Old Chcd" mile,
and buy goods of ui and aave It) to 35 per
nov.d dtf ft. R. CHKDIiSTKN He HON.
THIi KUeiTAHLU LllU
1C. I. Monroe, Ajfl.,
Asheville, N. C.
oniec JI3 Mouth Mnin street. aula dtf
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RICHMOND & DANVIUi H.iifC0
Western North Carolina Division.
PA8SHN0BK TRAIN 8CHHU0LK
I 70th Meridian time used when not otherwise
RASTBiiUND. No. 81 f No. 83
(uothmer.) (Inopm Hionm
" Asheville, laOiun aoiiiim
Ar. Sallxbury, OnHuin 041,'pm
Diinvllle, U.'iaum 10 30pm
'J Richmond, a 18pm 48Bnm'i
" KalclKh, 10hpm 7 3Sumj
Uoldslioro, 2anpm13 40pm
Lynchburg, 13 38pm 12 88am
"Washington 710pm Unrtnm
" Baltimore, H80pm H2Sum
" I'hila., aiMlam 1047am
" New Vork, . 0 30nm 120pm
WBBTlioUNU. " No. 80" T'No. 63
! Daily. Iluily
Lv. New York, iillOam 4 3()pm
" I'hila., 7 30am 687pm
" Baltimore, 048am 030pm
" Washingt'n 11 34um lloonm
" Lynchburg, 84Upm BQ7am
Richmond, 80Upm 330anTi
" Danville, H 40pm I 808am I
" WIlminKt'n OOuum
" Goldsboro, 340pm 8 00pm
" Raleigh, 448pm 1 3uam
" Salisbury, i2 48uin 11 25nm
Ar. Asheville, 722am 433pm
(OOthmcr.) 348um 838pm
No. 88 A. I8. R. R.
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I No. 84
1009 am Ar. Hcndersonville, " '
700 p m
81)7 p m
340 p m
1242 pm " Spurtanburg, Lv.
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Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTHST KOUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Anhevillc to Kmum Cltv In 37 hour.
Asheville to Denver in 51 bourn.
Asheville to Snn Fram-isco. California, and
Portland, Oregon, hi 5 dnvi,
Solid VeMtilmled TrninM St. LouU to Wnn
nn City. Keelininff chair ear free.
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No. 62 Ieave Cluirlcnton 7.10 a. tn.
Arrive nt Columbia 11.55 a. m.
Connectiim with train to and from nil
pointN on the Charlotte. Collimhln Ac Au
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llest Route to Seattle and all Vorlh Padne
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and the Shnstn Route.
Tickets on snlc everywhere.
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