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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had t malignant breaking out nn my
leg below the knee, and wns cureil mmn'
and well ltli two uuil r. I mil lioitlcn ot
8. 8. B. Other blond mciiii.tna li-.il fall
ed to do nie auy gootl.
Will C. Beaty, Yorkvilio, S. C
I wai troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, anil three
bottles of 8, 8. 8. cured me norma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Muruwlllo, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Disease?
Swot Smecimo Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Keom 8, McAfee Ilulldlng,
Hours 10 n. m. to t p. m. and to 6 p. m
Telepoae No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. o. Box SS7, ia Hendry Block
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
Offlrt-orar, H, Law's Store, South Main
Bitractlng ., 3flc.
With gns coc.
Filling with silver or umulgam.. .30e. in75c.
" gold $l.oo and upward.
Met of teeth..... ail.OO.
Best set of teeth H.OO.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Idioms S and II, McAfee Huililiiig,
J'attoa Aeinuc, Ashe lie. N. C.
r-euTica LIUITKO TO TUP
J5ye, Kar, Throat aud None.
Attorney at Law,
win practice In the loth and 1 2th Judicial
PMHricta of North Carotins and in the ttu
prrmc Court and the I'rdcriil Court ol' the
Western IHetricl of North Cnrolinu.
Thko. F. Paviuson, Tims. A. Jon-ls
Kaielgn. jas. u. martin. Asrevuir.
JAVII)8)N. MARTIN & JUNII8.
Attorueva snd Counseltoni nt Litw.
Aallcvllle. N. t.
'Will practice in the 1 1th ami 121b Judicial
illstrlct. and in the Mimretnc Court ol North
isrolina, snd in the Federal Courts ol the
Western liistrlrt of North Carolina.
Kitte- to Uank ol Aahevillc.
Jt A. TKWWBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Plan, spednentions and estimates fur
nished. All work in my line cuntractefl loi
autd no charges for drawings on euntrscts
awarded me, t
rtclrrencee when desired.
Office : No. 1 2 Hendry Block, North Court
. H.REKVR8, U.D.a. H. K. SMITH, D. n.S.
Urt, Keeven & Smith.
in Cnnnally annum, ocr Kedwood's Hlore,
' Teeth extracted without pain, with thenew
anaesthetic, and all cases or irregularity cor-
F. KAJMSAY, D. U.S.
Over trie National flank of Asheville. liar.
tiani nuiiuing. Hceidcucc, 0 Charlotte st.
Pr mil atop
, OST MOMTHLV BICKMISS
tr TMtt-N DURIMQ CrtAKlil Of t,l
RRAOflCLO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA BA.
W. H. A. WILLIAMS,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. Uoalt and Va'ley ttrccU.
Hhuck Matter. 'A AO Mom niattrrn,
ft 00. MhiK-ea uck muttrra, $y oo. Hi row
mattrcea, cotton top, $1 76 tlnlr itiuttrrMca
miiclr to nrtlcr, I phnUtcritiK neatly anil
HUhitantinlly done at low pnvci.
Tekphooc 4. octT dim
17 South Main Htreet,
Hare everything In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and sell them as cheap and deliver them at
roar home as quirk as any house In the city,
Fresh vegetables Jrom the country every
A ,rial will show you what we can dq.
septt7dt HRB rtKOTIIKNg.
VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
TO BE SOLD
ON TUESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 14, AT 3 P. M.
The personal property of the Aahevllle C tub
will be sold at suction for cash. This con
sists In part of one billiard table, on ioo'
table, both at good as new Several hand
some tables, chairs, desks, books, mngnilnea,
pictures, Ac, Ac. . '
The salt will tjke place at the club rooms
' where the property can from this day be ex
amined by any person who contemplates be
coming a purchaser. octodtis
THE TREASURE OF AGE,
IT IH MKM
He Does Hack to Hla Karlv itava
and Rrlitttn to l.lht a Lot of
RemliilNceticeH That Kvery One
Oh, the tender imtl tenrv tccollretiinis
ofpotwum hunts and 'coun hunts and
rabbit hunts uud corn sluickings, nud
eating watermelons in the cotton patch
and sometimes finding them while pull
mg fodder in the hot and sultry cornfield
What frolica in going to mill and going
in washing mid jumping from the spring
bonril imu tenfoot water! What glori
ous sport in pluying townball and bull
pen and rat and roily-hole nnd knocks
mid sweepstakes, Dasebnll has grown
out of townball; it is no improvement
The pitcher used to belong to the ins and
threw the best ball hccould, lor hewanted
it hit, uud knocked as far away as ixsi
ble, but now he belongs to the outs and
wants it missed. Oh, my, how those
balls would bounce. I heard lvittir Tom
Turner suy he hud one that bounced so
high it never enme down till next nay
and then his little dog grnbbed it, aud it
took the doe un. and he bail never seen
the dog nor the ball since. I used to be
lieve that, but I don't now
When we played townball some of the
outs would circle away oil JW) yards,
ana it was glorious to sec tnem catch
ball that had nrnrlv reached the skvas it
gracefully curved from the stroke of the
bat. We had an hour and a half for re
cess, nud most of it was siieut in town
Dnll or bull pen. Dull iien was no bad
gaine, especially when the ins got down
to t wo nnd the' juggling becan. I used
to be so proud liecitusc I could stand in
the middle of the pen and defy the itur
L'lers to hit me for 1 wns slender and uc-
tivc and could liend in or bend out or
squat down or jump up and dodge every
bull that enmc, but I couldn t do it now,
not much I couldn't, for alas! I can
neither siuat nor jump and a boy could
hit mv coriHirosity ns easy as n ham
door. Ob, these memories how sweetly
they haunt us.
1 he other nitrht there were ten of our
school board in session, and the special
business wna whether tn give a longer
recess nt noun or not. and it wns cut
mis tn hrar the various opinions on the
subject. Our president listened patiently
to nil nnd then made n siicecn loi lumsell
nnd said Hint the children should have
more time to go home nnd get good
warm dinner. ' Cold dinners, said lie,
are unhenlthv. The laws of hvurinc
tcuch us that the processes ot diucstion
are much more easily carried on when
l he food is warm nnd fresh from the
That wns a good Seech and a sensible
argument, but it hurt my feelings so had
lliut I rose forward and in tremulous ac
cents told how I went tn school three
miles from home for three long nnd Imp-
Iiy years, miu curncu mv uinncr in a
nickel, nnd how.. I enjoyed those cold
dinners that my good mother so careful
Oh those delightful cold dinners that
were so nicely arranged! the tender nnd
luscious fried chicken, with the liver nnd
jjirzanl and nil; the hard-boiled euia,
with the little paper of salt nnd pepiicr
close by ; the homemade sausages, linked
sausoucs, tnnt, m the inncuuiK ot Mil
ton, were "linked sweetness long drnwn
out ;" the little bottle of syrup nnd the
round hand-made biscuit that weie
lieuteu from the dough and hnd no soda
in t hem and Inst of all, the good old'
fashioned ginger cakes and the turn
over pics. Ah. those riuhts nnd lefts,
those delirious juicy pies thnt were made
ol iieaclirs thnt mv mother dried,
Just then there wns a racket behind
nir mid Will Howard wns teen fulling
over in his chnir, with his Hands clasped
below the belt and his eyes rolled up to
hen yen. He gncd pitcously as he whis
pered : "Hush, major, hush, for heaven's
snkc." MnrtinCnllinsshoiited, "Glory,"
and Judge Milncr henved n troubled sigh
and murmured, "Oh would I were a boy
l-or lenr ot a scene l susiendetl my
broken remarks, and our worthy presi
dent gracefully subsided. Major toute
wined ins eves with ins empty sleeve nnd
moved for an adjournment, and to the
recess hour remains unchanged.
I believe it it nest lor children to wnlk
a mile ortwo to school, especially il there
are oincr cniMiren to wik witli tnem a
part of the wny. livery step of that
three-mile wnv is denr to me now. nnd I
love to recall the boyish frolics as morn
ing nnd evening we meandered along,
pluying tag or mad dog, or running foot
races, or jumping hnlf-hnmiered, or
stopping at the hull way branch to wndc
in the water, or dam it up, or catch the
tadpoles, or drive the little minnows into
their holes. All such things are around
me now, not fur awnv. but there is no
charm, no fond memory about them, for
they urc not mine. All these are for an
other grncrnlion another set of boys
and girls. II v and by tlicy will be look-
ng back at theirs ns I nm looking back
nt nunc. In a tew more years they will
reverse the telcscoie. until I was past
thirty I looked through the little end nnd
saw lite expanded nnd magnified before
me, ana the distant tilings were brotiulil
almost within reach and 1 was nciiring
the goal of my hope nnd my umbition.
but alas! 1 never reached it, nnd by de
grees hope weakened nnd nmbition lie
came chilled, nnd with n snd humility I
begnn to look hnckwurks, I reversed the
telescope and anwmvltle nwuv bock in
the distant pnst. The picture wns far
very far away, but it wns beautiful and
now as the years grow short. 1 find my
self looking through the large end almost
aitogciuer. iiie memories ol the past
grow sweeter nt the venra roll on, The
npitnl stock ol the youuif it hone but
the treasure of age is memory. .
SOUTH CAROUSA FOLKS.
There ure tixteen North Carolina boys
attending the ohns Hopkins university
Dr. lohn A. Ilrondiis. of the Southern
Ruptist Theolouicnl Seminary, lint been
elected to preach the nrxt baccalaureate
sermon at Wnke Forest college.
Rev. T. II. Plemmona informs the Car-
olininn thnt he will coiiiiiiencc his pusto
rinl dutiet nt the Ilnptist church in lirc
vnrd on the firtt Sundnv in Novemlier.
at 4 o'clock p. m.
J.T. Wriirht. ofFnvefteville. aired 22.
won a fivc-dollnr oris offered nt the UcH
Springs fair to any young mini 21 years
old who could make nlfidnvlt that he
hnd never, touched Intoxication Honors
as a ucYcrngc.
President T. L. Knrv has hnd nlnmsi
lite site lithographs ol Rev. Thoe. Dixon
sent out ovrr the country ns an attrac
tion for the Weldonfnir, and V.eldon will
have more people oil the 30th of October
thnt huve licen there at one time since
Mrs. Hlixiiheth Mnliaffey. one of the
aged mothers of Haywood left for Wash
ington Territory one dny Inst week. She
will live with her son who left this coun
try a few years ago and it, we are glad to
learn, succeeding finely in the west. She
was accompanied by Mr. A, L. Herrcti
an other Hnvwoodite and recent settler
in the territory. Waynctville Courier.
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORU' AMD EWART'S I
Tilt Announcement tthould Draw
RlK crowds) and Bring; I tie Dem
ocracy or the Old Ninth to the
V, T. Crawford and H. G. Ewnrt, dem
ocratic and republican nominees respec
tively for reresentativcs to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
tlebntes nt follows, if Ewart doesn't back
Bryaon City, Wednesday. Oct. 15th.
Koubinsville, l hursduy, (let. lo'.li,
Murphv, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Huyesville, Saturday, Oct. 18th.
Aquonc, Monday, Oct, 20th.
Prnnklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesdny. Oct. 22(1.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d.
Candler, Snturdny, Oct. 2!5th.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush. Tuesday. Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 20th.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Wenverville, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If either should lie unable to meet the
appointments be will have a representa
The speaking will begin promptly at
Where and When Telling; Arajn-
menla Have Been or Can be
Hon. R. R. Glenn: Stovnll, Thursday,
Oct. 2; Oxford, Thursday night, Oct. 2;
Durham, l-ndny, llct. it; Knleigh, Satur
day niL'lit, Oct. 4: tiranam, luesdav
Oct. 7; (ireensboro, Wednesdny, Oct. 8;
U-xiiiL'ton, Thursday, Oct. U; hnlishurv.
I hursduy mulit, Uctoberu; Lharlottc,
Sntutrinv niL'ht. Oct. 1 1 ! Asheville. Mon
day night, Oct. 13; Marion, Tuesday,
Oct. 14; Hickory, Wednesday, Oct. 15;
Stntesvillc, Wednesday night, Oct. 15;
fXshrhoro, Thursday, Oct. 16; HiL'h
1'oint, Thursday nitrht, uct. 10; Mt.
Airy, Saturday lught. Oct. 18.
linn. .. II. vnncc: lirysou t.ity. ix-to
Iier3; Webster, Saturday, October 4;
Franklin. Monday October 6; AthelK.ro,
Wednesday, Oct. 8; Graham, (Fair),
I hursda v, Oct. 0 ; Carthnue, Snturdnv
Oct. 11 ; Fiivettcville, Monday. Oct. 13;
( ireensboro, Tuesday, Oct. 14-; HillslMiro
Wednesday. Oct. 15; Hurhnm, Thursday.
tK-t. 10; KoxlMiro, l-rulay,ucl. li ; inn
eevville, Snturduy, Oct. 18; Danhury,
(Stokes county ) Monday, Oct. 20; Mor-
L'nnton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22
Siilishnrv. 1 Fairl Thursdiiv. (let. 2!t.
n. A.lAintnr: alKlby, Thursdiiv, Oct.
i; Lincoln ton. I-ridnv, Oct. 3; Newton
Snturdny, Oct. 4-; Mocksville, Monday.
ct. 0; I homntville, luestluy, (X-t. 7;
Llinnel lldl. wednesdny, Del. 8,
llttn. T.J.lnrMH llinsuoro, ruesdny,
ScnteinlHT 30; Koxboro, Wednesdny,
October, 1 ; Vuuecyville, Thursday, Octo
ber 2; Keidsvillc, Friday October 3;
Walnut Love, Saturday, October 4; Win
ston, Monday. Octolicr 6.
Scnntor l. ir. Kimsnin: Wnynetvillc,
Tuesday, Dctober 7; lircvnrd, wednca -
.lav. October 8; Hentlcrsonvillc, 1 hurt-
day, October 9; Asheville, Friday, Octo -
Ijer 10; Marshall, Saturday, tsrtober 11. rnilrond is the lincst in t lie world, rtiu
Hnn.H.A.Ouduer: Trenton. Tuesdnv. uing 48 iiusscnurr trains n dnv In-twivn
September, 30; Kmston, Wednesdny, Oo
in ber 1 ; snow mil. inursnny, uctoDer
rich, Saiurdny, October 4.
ij.lt. dicw-i, Hsu. : Aaniorn. iTinav.
Octolicr 3; Lillington, Saturday, Octo -
Hon.W.H.Kttchm: I'lttsboro, Sntur-
dny, Sentenilicr 27; Carthage, Mondny,
hepteniocr au; Kockingnnm, luctaay,
County chuumen will plecte advertise
liberally with hand-bills and otherwise,
and democratic pajicrs give publicity to
I'.ll. V.IIAMI1KKS SiMtTII,
Ch'n State Ocm. Ex. Cora.
When Babf ss sick, era cava her Castorla.
When sh. was a Child, she cried for Caatorta.
When she became Miss, aba clung to Castorla.
Whoa aha bad Cblldrsn, aba gars them CastorC
Bradfleld'a Female Regulator.
Should be used by the young- woman.
sue who an Hers trom any disorder iecul-
inr to ner sex, and at chnngc ol lite It
powerful tonic; benefits nil who use it.
Write Ilrndfield Kegulntor Company,
Atlanta, Ga., for pnrticulnrt. IW all
in a vt'ry vuluablo
nid in drawing cuh
toiners, and when
one conHiders flint
it wiwsnid by Rob
ert Ronner, "My
huccohh is owing to
tiHing," he may
well agnse with the
great nhowmnn, 1.
T. Itarnum, that
"the road to fort
une is through
er. THE SUN.
ftnmr nrtt1r nam with Thf Hun'i ontnlom
nhoot men nml Ihfntf, and mmr itrtipl'
don't ; but cver.vhoiiy like tn art hoi) nf the
nvwi)itrr which In never null and nc
arrnli) to npenk It mind.
lermiHrrntt. know thnt for twrntv yani
The Hun Iim KMighi tn thr mint line tnr Drm
(H'rntlc nrliirltilrii. never wavrrinanr wt'Nk
tnlna In lu loyulty to the tnif lutt-mu of the
pnrty It aervcii with frnrlriw Intrllltfrnc nal
(llnlnterrHterl visor. At tlmri oplultinflthitve
tUlTerrrl an tt he lumt tncnn of accnmtllnh
Inn the common purpoftc; It la not The
aun'a fault If it hat iccn rurtticr Into tht mill'
Kliihteen nunnrfri ann nlnctv In the venr
tant will iifolmhly determine tm- rmultof the
I'rcnlitrtitlnl election of 1 "Oil, nnd iktIiaimi
the fort iinm of I he Ik-morrm-y for the mt of
mr century, victory tn in a tiuiy, nnti
the (wKlnnlnirof 1N1HI In the I wit time tout art
out In company with The Hun.
Dully, per month 0 jo
Dally, per year , e.oo
auttdny, ptr yenr , .,.. a.oo
Dally and Bund ft y, per ytnr . A.oo
Dully and Hundny. per month 0.70
Weekly, one year... l.OO
AddrwM THK I'lH, Mow York,
nuhurban residence, one mile frnm city on
Mcrrtmon avenue rostl. hanrisomi.lv and
completely furnished and equipped s einulslte
view 1 estensive grounds l two fresh Jrreev
co ,s; winter gnnlen i horses and vrhlclra If I
aesirra, possession given 1st of Novemtnrr,
Owner occupying In summer only would
make permanent arransetnent with tmrtv
desiring a winter residence, Address
eptUdtf F. O. LOCK BOX 839. I
'Oastari a Is as well adapted to children that
I recommend itas superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Ancnsn, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
Por Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. S. MBRKIMUN.
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Cuurt:
HON. WALTRK CLAKK.
poa suPKKioa court jiumik:
1st district Oko H. IlKow.N,Jr.,oflli.-itiilort.
2d district Hknrv R. Hkvan. of Craven.
4th district Sl-lUK Wiiitakkm, of Wake.
Itth district R. W. Winston, of ilrn,,ui,.
flth district B. T. IIovkin, of Kaniuaon.
7th district tAUHS l. MclVKS. of kin
Ct tAUHS II. MClVKH. of klnr.r
Hth district R F. Arupih!.!!. of ln.,l..u
loth district Jno. Orav Iivniiu, tf llurke.
11th district W. A. Hokk, of Lincoln.
por solicitor :
1st district J. H. 11I.OUNT, of Perquimans.
2d district 1. M. t;uixvAuo i.r llilr..w
3d district JNO. B. Wnoilurd. of Wilson.
I th district B.
ct B. W. Poll, ir . of liilin.i...
nth district It. 8. Parkisr, ol Alamance,
nth district 11. II. Allkn. of Inolr.
7th district Frank McNkili., of Kkhmon.l
Hth district II. F. I.ONO. of Irrilrll
Uth district W. W. IIariikk. of Wilkes.
10th district w. C. Nkwi.and, of Caldwell.
11th itistriet F. I.OsnnKNK of t.-. lil,,,il,,i,,.
12th district :ho. A. Junks, rf Macou.
1st district W. A. II. Rnoieii nt nn..r..
2d district W I. Kookks. of Noitliamntonl
Ad distri t B. F. Chaiiv. of llmilln
4th district H. II. Hiinn. of
S,n "u.m. 'b; jiCiSiHZXW'fft
nth district-A II. A. Wll.l.lAUS, of Granville
district 1 S. llRNHRUSOM nt Bnu-nn
Hth riistiict XV. 11 II. L'UI IU nt Will. J.
uth district W. T CRAwriiRU. ofllnvwood.
Democratic Counly Ticket.
M L. RHBI),
J. I". I.OWRV.
II. I.. KliVNIII.llS.
Huiicrinr Court t lerk :
J. I.. CAT1IUY.
J.J. MACK BY.
J. H. Clli:KTNIiY.
A. II. STARNItft.
I.. II. MfllKAVHK.
One of the FlneHl."
We have heard many times this nud
that was the l-iuest on I. aril. . even n
l piny culled "I he l-meat on liarth
out nt Inst we have found it. The
1 mous Cincinnati. Hamilton and llaytim
Cmcinnati, liumillon. liityton, Toledo,
ueiroit, Aiicuignn, nnd Canada iiiuis.
olis, t.liieago nml the ninth
I west, Keokuk, Spriuglicld, St. I.ouin
ivuusns city anil the west. T ie liuest
1 track nnd finest trains in the world, ves-
iiiiuieil, nented by steam Iron, the culmiic.
lighted by electricity, and the finest din-
nig cnT system in the world ; parlor curs
ana sicccping cars, vmicii traveling ask
for tickets via the C, II. & 1). or write to
I W m. A. ikui.mi.
Southern PasseiiL-er Auenl.
P. O. Hox 420, Chuttuuooga, Tcnii.
CREATES mnnr a new Imstness;
hNLAKUES many an oW liiisiness;
nn 1 1 1 im man)' a dull imtuncss;
RliSCVliS many a lost business;
SA VliS many a tailing business;
PRESERVES many a lnrf;e lnniiiess;
SECURES success in any business.
To advertise judiciously, use the col
umn oV'The Citiicn." kverybotly rends
it; and in iiroooi tion to the returns it
rield advet titcrt, it rates are the clienp
est in the eountt v.
A GOOD GRASS AND STOCK FARM,
3 miles from Asheville Court House.
aj Acres of Land,
Good New q-Rooiii House,
ALL, MODIIRN IMPKHYliM ItNTH.
Pnsture land enough for eight or ten cows;
balance In meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
MM MA, N. C.
sept UU dim
FOR SALE !
Improved and unimproved rentestntr, Imth
hualnrss and resilience property; nny kind,
any price, In ant part of threity. I'AKMIMI
AND MININO I.ANDH.
make n H'cinttv of rrntliie proK-riv nml
ci illtc tin k mil If you arc looking for n
hnunc, rotiHiilt my liitllclln If your houe
la vacant nnd you w 11 tit a tenant, llt It with
No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY.
Heal lCntHte Aitviil.
The World I'ninoua, tinrqunled, nm-scitled,
durable nnd beautiful
Are recommended by th beat artists. Cnmr
and examine our goods before buying else
when at No. 87 Patton avenue. Tuning
and repairing a spcclnltr.
a M. WILLIAMS A CO.
t.nrare ennl. nlrv room. Yinuae nerl Aie.
nliheifj good table. Term reaaonablt, oa
street car line.
MM. J. L. KMATHttRM,
Bit I'atton Ave.
Castorla cures Colic, OonRttpntlon,
Hour Kliiiiiiu-h. 1)lnirho,a. Knit-lul Inn.
Kills VVnrujtf, givus uittuu, and promotes dl
Without injurious medication.
Turn CixTAua Coupant, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
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The latest local news.
The freshest Stutc news.
The best general news.
Gciicrnl nnd special couiriR-nU.
The lnrgesl subscription list of any
secular pniicr in the State.
The best n Ivertising medium in the
A full 8talTof able editors and corres
1 he neatest, newsiest and most enter
prising patter in North Carolina.
Its efforts are always devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re-
nouiccs in me mate, particularly iiie
niiosenpiion, 5o tier annum; six
months: 50 cents ner month.
The Popular Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming one of America,
HOST AI'IWTlZINtl.EASIl.y ItlOKHTKD.
The Van Houtens' process
renders their cocoa easy of
digestion and develops In the
highest degree its delicious
aroma. It is an excellent
flesh-former, fifty per tent.
greater than the best of other
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
W VAN HOUTEN S UOCOA t "ohm triiri.
ftlwaitt ued") li M miqinal, pure, soluble
C-ocoB, lnvatd amde nnd pu (rated in
lliilhiad, and la tvfny better and
ma-v mnn any or cue auner
ou iMliMituaa. In f urt, It la genarall ad
mitltd all over Kurupe ! nd a cotnparatlra taat
tf ill euil prove that mother Coeoa aqnala thla
Invrnior'a in twlubil.ty, aerewabla Ualeand
nutritive. qu.HHui, I-armrt 1D th,
worM." Ak for V.s Hoc its 'a aud xake mo
A Planter? felxoerience.
"My plunf iiHmt Ia 10 a mniMrial dl
frlrt licre f nvcr :tntt kruo irevalll.
I am ploy 150 hniv fqnmtl? balf
f tham war ai!i. I una nearly alia ,
catairaujoii aritrn nvg;an tne umoi
vaanll etas marvellnna. Mv meat
sersslsslrnnssiMl ht-srls-. and I haiva
bad so rarlluir lriibl.. Hilh ItoMe
pllla, 1 stoinu 11. 't roar to ilva la auy
aaainp." t. Ill V Al. Hayuu Narat,
Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, New York.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Keems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main Asheville, N. C
Tllli ICOIITAIH.I-; L1FIS
AHSI RANCU SOCIICTV.
li. I. Monroe, Aift.,
Asheville, N. C.
oniee- '11' Hon th Mnlii street. niil.'l dlf
nkvi k iii:aki o( ibioui:I
O Y H TERS
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES!
HTANHAKMM .to CTH. I'liK JT.
i ktvHi-iit mr mew ittu, vie.
SKI.IX'TH 40 CTH. I'liK yT.
wry rine mr nii vvniii, rrvinu, etc.
Hold front Immim to In him tin quiz h entire
t'.ty. Klithiiieiii rvevivtil ihiil . 8 link at
h i i; C I A I,
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through Ihr mail will be drilvt nd promptly
tn nnv imi iii i lie my. .vmtc oioi'iM ny
mnn to ii. ti . ,m 1 1,1 r.K,
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THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In Its new (orm rvulns sll tht clisrscterlstla
(ostiiros ol the old sl, with u iucrMied diiiu
bor o( l'd"S slid Illustrations.
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Knws lu4iis In ttis wnrl.l. Ailvsntaue It Uk.
su li ths lusnsiiPtiieiit of ovnrjr op)Ktniinllx
lo aneiirs tk. Iste.t snd iimsl rsllslil. hifornis
lion of tntles nf seueml snd Inlernstlniial In
terest lu this country sd Cnmisi.
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srs eiinsiantl)- at work In all psrta of the world
flranlun Items ot Int. rust fur tlis readers.
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cal dlarnssinns and liesry dulisU-s, P. Isnnilnelil
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snd Mary Oflleers will And Items and l'hoto.
craiks of Army and Mary Mrwa Antiquarians
will enjoy Itlslorlo Amerli-a" Everybody
will enjoy tht ferial Story by Edgar Fsweelt,
bsgun in Mo. aa,
TO WEAK MEN
anfftertne fmm the efsria of ymitlifnl mrs, early
?ay, wasting WMUtnese, lost nisitnooii, ete i wm
id a Valiishls treatise (sealM) enntaj.ilng full
nartlenlan for home ours, ar RE,K of ehsrae. A
tplanilld medlr.1 work t anouhnm read by srery
sua who la nervous snd debilitated. Address,
rrast, V, C FwWLEaX, Moodua, Cotua,
aovl datar If
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
Western North Carolina Division.
l-ASiiUNOIiK TKAIN fiCHUtHlLB
(IN FtFVKCT All,...., I1 1
7St!t Meridian time used when not otherwise I
I No. Bl
(Uotli mcr.) I nnopm
Ar. ctalislmry, 55:ium
" Dnnville, tlML'nm
-ilJimy!!i!llJiJ "Pin T
106ptn 7 3Bam
22flpm 1 12 4-opm
" Lynch hlirg.
1 2 L'Apm
" New York,
6 20am I 1 2()ptn
No. DO No. 82
Lv. New York,
1 1 24am
" Kk-hinond, I 3 oopm
11 2.1am i
No. SB I
A. He S. K. R.
Kin ami Lv
7 OO p m
our p m
S40 p m
42 pml "
No. 1 ( Daily except Sunilay.7
7:mnmLv. Asheville, Ar.i
408 p m
208 p m
n .id u nn r. wuynesvllle, "
!42pm " Ilrysnn City, "
no pm " Andrews. Lv,
v o a m
8 80 n m
Ncm. AO und 51. Pullman Kleeoer. lntwf.n
Knleigh mid Morriutown.
Non. &i! and 5U l'ulliiwin RufTet KWnlno
v.iiin uimixii iiui ninii",H miu nutiinnKtou.
t . ji. iixi.uitiN, n. r a. a
Aulirvlllr. KJ. V
lof. te. I AIJ.On,U, r, A. 1
Vnshintrton 11 C.
Chicago & Alton R.K.
PASTKST NOHTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Afdifvll.e tn Knnn Cltv In 37 ho urn,
Atthevilli' to Dt-nver In 51 hour.
AHiK-vilIt' to Snn FranciMfd. cnlifornln. anH
1 i-irtiiiiui, 1 iri-K"iii ui i (HiVH,
did extihiik'd TriiitiH St. KouU to Kan
nn city. Kechtimc chnlr cur tree.
Por full information call on or write to
n A. Newlandt
Dintrict Panncneer Auent.
Sit. to I'ntton Ave, Afhrvlllc, N.C.
I- LMI AH1.T, ; !'. A.. Chlene. III.
TI.ASTIC LOAST UNli
On nn! nftcr thla dittr the fnllowlni? achtM.
tile will Ik run over Itn "Columbia Division."
o. fisl Leaven Cidnmliin n.MO o. m.
Arriven nt Charleston ti.Hn n. m.
No. fa Ix'uvch Clinrltnton 7.10 a. in.
Arrive nt Columbia 11. 5R a. m
Connecting with train to and from nil
1 muni on tne Lnariotte. eoinmhiR & An
I tctiHtu nnd Columbia Hz Oreenvillc Kullroada.
T. M. HMRKSOV, Oen. Pna. A at.
I. V. Iirvivit, 'n nnt.
Palace SiEAMiaa. Low Rates.
Pour Trip. pir Wnek Uirisrc-n
DETROIT, MACKIWAC ISLAND
Fctokej, Kaull Hi. Marie, and Lake
euuma w-vv ivri.
vary Waek Uy Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
fluvial nidstiv Trip 4urtn? Jn, i.iy, AwtaM Ml haM.
Doiibl" Dal It Lin Batwfq
Ch'Citl AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
Oil I LLU3TRA rZ0 PrHLrTS
!:sto, -i..l r:sr.iirsln Tioki,'. will b.fti-iil,ticd
b- .viiiirTlt-k. Asi ut. orandrs-s
. n. v.-i-:TC3ve, o. p. a., Oetsoit. uu,.
O troit nnd Cleveland Steam Nnv. Oo.
NEW TRA.IS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE
VIA CIIICAOO.MIl.W Al'KHK Ac 8T. PAUL
AMI NOKTIIIiKN I'ACII'IC R. R'8.
Through Pullman Mlecnina- Car leaves Chi.
rnsn omii.v nt 0..10 i, m
ror nt. i-uui nnn .Minnenpoils.
i-nrKo, .-Ntirui iiiiKotu.
lU-litin nnd Iiutte. Mont.-ina.
Tile Yellowstone Turk.
Kioknnr I'nlls nnd Tneoi ia.
I'ortliind. 1 ireuon
H.st Koute to Hetittlc nnd all torth Pncfflc I
1'iie Sc-nie line to Cnllfnrnin. -da Pnrtlanri I
nml tut- Muistn Koute.
1 ickits on sitle cvervwhere.
or inlorinntii n tmnlv 11, anv Ac-ent. or I
moirvs rt. I. II. LAKI'KSTKS, i cncml I'ns 1
srng. r Audit. Clilengo, III., ur '. C. llssny,
tiiiern i'ns-eimi-r Agent. I.onisvllle, Ky.
tin bin uamr aud price ainmped aa
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CKNTLKMIN.
i of It OioumikIb of waauutt woarrra.
v ev-iiT-r siiown in aui iit iimi u-iinar
1R.OO (lenulne llandniewed, an eleraii, and
.5 slsllah dress Khoo which eotnmenils llselt
ina iiannaapwedf an etn9 aad I
i Mill for tyle and durability. I
la Uta aiAudard draaa
I Hint, mt m pnnulr price.
IOJ0 Pnllrfmnn'a Hhof 1 etwUUr
I ft if rallniad mpn. urmari. a lev
AllmedMaOonRnwa, Huiti and oa,
have ha mmi favnrnhljr rrevlv-d tinea lntmdir4
and th rm'tit lmntvmeiit ntaka liim auiJartor
to any hiHa anld at thrnr tirlcr.
ntir iHair, mnn it he cnn mpply yna aaad
to faiMnrv aiirldalttar aulvttrtiatsil wLia m
Iptiatal for order lilank.
W. la AUUULaap Braoataa, Maaa,
I'nK a ALU 1IY
WlVIiK A MYERS.
Killtor Asheville Cltlseni
Thm our many friends may know bow we I
an- gettlnu on we will state that we took la
In Hotel nno Ktore
9,ooo In vwC ivecka.
Took In Inat Saturday over (700. 7B ol I
thnt wna hotel, hslsnee store. Hotel regis-1
tered !IA that day. Had 0,000 arrivals la
ft months, Our stock Is mammoth 800 fret
long and IB fret wills, Tell the balance of I
the world to come and tee "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of us and save 10 to SS per I
ni a. i m
novie dtf t. R. CHBDUSTBR SON.
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. C N. Court Square,
Aisheville, N. C.
Froir a Newspaper to a Vis-
iting Card can be execu
ted in a work'nanlike
PRICES A3 LOW
As I irstrdass work can
AHkanyof tho thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
ftn(1 Western North Carolina
i.i - - ,
manner of doing
business. They are
In North Carolina.
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