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ASHE VILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1890.
Nnture should i
assisted In In
. spring to throw ol
51 tio ntuvlncss iv
ciiculution of Mi
docs U BO well, .v.
prompt orniMifr; .
as Swift's bjiwciU.'.
TlmveusiMl P. P. B. fir n nmrihrrri'
vi m's, und i.msiikr It tuu "ucM tonic at
lilootl remix!? tlu'.t I r . r usrcl. In fi,
1 would I" . ininniMt in cut''." upon
spring or L'.uiiiuir i i I'-ls oMnmto wl'.'
out it. 1 .'. Coi.kmaw,
Of Celemur. i'i rtrunon & Co.,
Iiiulo City, F ...
Our hook on Ut I mid Skin Dlaci e1
Swiit Si'Ecii'io Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Officc Koom S, McAfee Muildliitf.
Hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 4 to 0 p. m
Tcleponc No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
p. o. II ox mi,
a Hendry Block
A. II. COB15,
STE 1 OG kA Vii U R.
A. S. GRAHAM,
ofllee Over J. II. I.ow'h Htorc, Huuth Main
BxtrnctlnK ' anc-
" With K"" "'te.
I'tllliiK with Miivrr ur iimalRUtn . .fine. io7fc.
' " jfold l.oo and upward.
et ol teeth . $0.im.
Heat m l ofucih $m.oo.
No Itctler mudc, no matter whut you pay.
Dr. J. II. Uruwfbrd,
Knoma S ami n, McAf.c lluililiiu.
I'allon Avtnuc. Asne-.- He, N. C.
P1ACTICK l.miTKII TO Tllf
IJye, linr, Tliroat and None.
M. A. NEWLAlND,
Attorney at Lawi
Will practice in the Kith and 12th Judicial
Ihktrit'U of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court and the I'cdrriil Court td the
Um liatrkl ol North Cuiolina.
flli:o. P. llAVMHMlK, TlHl. A. JllNKft
Kukiizh. Jam. O. Ma mm. Anlcvilh
gJAVIDKoN. MAKTINa JNKH.
Attorneva and Councilor at Law.
Aahrvillc. N. C.
Will prutice In taellthnnd lath Judicial
Oiatricta, nnd in the Supreme Court ol North
Curolina, and in the Federal Court ol the
Western t'.atrtci m' North Carolina.
Keu-r to Hank of Awn-viUc. dtwl
, A. TKNNHNT.
Architect and Contractor,
Plans, apertnVatlnna and eatttnntra fur
a Lived. All work in my Hue ron true led lor.
and no chnrgca lor draw tuna on contract
Kcicrmcea when delred.
oriicvi No. 13 Hendry Hloek
itqunre. AhrvtlK N. C
fc ul tally
RRKVRS, D. OH. II. K. 8MITII. U. I..
Urn Uccvct & Hmlth.
la Connolly aunaiaa. utcr Nedwood'a rttore,
Teeth extracted without pnin, with thenew
annmthctie, and all vaara of lrrtMOlnrtiy cor-
J P. RAMHAV, U. D..
Over the Knllonat llnnk of AalirvlPe. Ilnr-
nam llulhlinK. Kt.lrtencr, lltf cnnrliiltc (.
If TftMlN OURHS CMAHUt t Vt,
ttKUT OKHGtR fl'Jf Tf.Ui 16 Will 9t AVtKQUk
jsook TO WOMAN' 'Mmuofru
BMDFIUD REGUU TPi CO. ATLANTA GA.
rp'.'M HAi 1 v
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. Kavle and Va ley atrecta.
Mhiick Mattrea. t'i fill Mkm mattreaa.
I.Hiu. Hinttlea tick mnltn aa. J oo, Hi raw
nmttnaa, votion ton, VI 7.1 Hmr tiiiittrv-
mnde to order rMholntcriitw nrutly and
aulminnttnlly done at low prliTS.
Telephone H4 oct7 dlni
17 Houtli main Hlrcvl,
lliiv. rvcrylhliiK In the line of--
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
anil Mil them cheap and deliver them at
ruur home an iilik an any houM In the t-lty.
I're.h veinlahlea Iront the country .eery
A .rial will .how yuu what w ran !.
eiitlTdtf II MK II HOT 1 1 II KM.
a 6000 rrass"a stock farm,
8 mile, from A'hevlllc Court llnuw,
J Acrca of Lund,
Cood New 9-Hooiu llouoc.
ALL MODURN IMPROVKMKNTM.
I'n.ture land ennugh far eight or ten niwai
hatanct In meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
BMMA, N. C.
E WART'S HOPES BURIED.
WAVNF.HVII.LK TtlK PLACK
The Two Cancllduiuw In the Vnier
rilled Wt'Hl-F.wart I.o ch HIh
Temper which Wmh About All
he Huu I.cft-Culllii Uu.d
Prom n Htftlt'Corrcponilcnt.
Finks Ckkkk, Havwuuii Coi ntv, 1
Uclolx;.' 11, ISOiJ.j
Wc thoUKht old Hnvwood looked a.
most uiuiiiimoiiB Irom our I'lcon River
Bt iiulpoint yesterday, but it seiiiig we
had but been civeu a limpsu of the en
thusiasm which prevails throughout
this county for W. T. Crawford. There
has never such a gathering of t lie eople
been known on I-'iucs Creek us
the one assembled to-day. The
people pretty nearly absolutely turned
out to a man to attest their rt'SM'ct for this
mountain boy who was born and reared
in their midst. Nine out of ten persons
over here call him "William." It sounds
most significant coming from these peo
ple. It menus that each person has a
fnniilar acquaintanceship with him,
coupled with .the highest esteem and un
bounded confidence in bis ability to serve
them. "Dill" would not have meant the
same. There would have been too gross
a familiarity expressed in that uppcla
tionj "Hilly'' would not have answered,
for with it would huve gone nil effemiuite
lecling, that he wus u "good hoy," per-
naps, out not wuat you would ilemund
in u leaner; but when these honest old
ariuers, men old cuouuli to be Insurant!
father, grasp his hand and sav, "God
bless you, William," it means that thev
believe there is in the man all these ele
ments which command the highest res
Kti ana tne most uniiouuileu continence
I'NANIMOt'S PON CKAWHOKU.
Tlie were over threcc hundred voters
present to-duy, and liwari will not re
ceive the sull'rngc of twenty-live ol them
Crab Tree and Fines creek arc as near
unanimous us people arc found in these
days. This is the onlv place have visitud
in the district where I huve thought thut
would be unv disturbance on the (lav ol
election. 1 tear there will Ik trouble out
here. The women declare that they in-
leiui to vole lor .rnwloid, anil as
law giving them the legal riuhl to do so
can not he passed in tune, I ai.ticinuU'
trouble. The young man who voles lor
liwart on Fines creek will ccrliiiulv he an
old butchclor nil his days, U'enUhe 1
know no Fines Creek girl would uiurrv n
fellow who would display such wtetefied
iKlgetuciit to suy nothing ol table.
CMAWFOKlt licit Nil TO OUT AIIKAI)
The great heart ol the people of this
county is wholly with Crawlord. They
remcmlier him us the jioor boy without
means und without opportunity, stead-
a.. .....I .j. .11.. fil..: i.:.
aim iimiiiiuiiv ma wily in lue
world They recognize in linn exnctlv
what is true, one ol those men whom no
condition in hie und" no combination ol
circumstances can keep down. They sec
in nun a man wuo would nuvciuevitnlilv
torged his way to the trout if his name
had never been mentioned in connection
with the candidacy IbrcoiigrvkS. In fact
thev sec in W. T. Crawlord a man made
by ii.iiuic lor a leader among men
man whose mauilest destiny is to lie in
l lie iront rank ol I lie thought and the uc
tion o, the age in which he lives. And
you might just us well try to dam the
French llroud river with sand us trv to
slop his going onward and upward. He
is u man ul destiny, und is bound to win
His majority in this county will be more
liiau douuic what bwart will gel in his
county ul Henderson. Just remember
this when the returns come in,
WIIKHK AKK TIIK KX-CAMHIIATKS?
Just here 1 want to say a word which 1
have intended to put in lor many days
past. The democrats in every county in
this district which 1 have visited huve
their eves on those gentlemen who were
candidates bclore the democratic con
gressional convention. They exiiect und
demand that every one of Hu m shall put
his shoulder tu the wheel and work man
fully lor the election of Crawfoid. And
that man who fails to do his whole duty
in this mutter will find out that it were
better lor him that a millstone had been
hanged about the neck of his political
uspirulioiiSriind then eust into themiddie
ol the sea. Some ure doing their whole
duty. Tu his great credit be it said Cnpl.
Thos. I). Johnston is one of them. There
ire others who have not been heard from
by the cople. Let them be heard Irom.
The people demand it, and they have u
right to demand it. The democracy ol
the ninth district cxicct it, and they have
a right to expect it. This is a tight for
the redemption of this district Irom re
publican rule, und no man who cxiects
to ass anything nt the hands or the drm
ocrntie puny in the luture has a right to
withhold his aid. All eves are turned to
wards onl Houcombc. "What will Hun
eomlK' do in this election?" 1 am asked
I say, "Ihincombc will d'j her full duty."
And I believe it. Let every democrat
then do his duly, and Crawford's major
ity will lie several thousand. t to
work, and get to work in earnest, ami
l.wai t's dvleiit will be final and over
whelming, J, P. K.
IvWAHT HI TS ANUKV,
H Denounces) W. F. TanilliiHon
mm an "lulamouM atcouiidrvl."
Wavnksvii.i.k, Oct. 1.1, INtlll.
Ami slill the wonder grows! Pigeon
Kivcrnnd Fines creek sink into utter sig
nificance before the linpnrulled outpour
ing of the ieople here to-day. Fwarl,
who lend off in the diseii.i,in, was so
impressed by the comparison between
the crowd here to-day mid the two hun
dred who came out to hear his only
wcch in Henderson county, his own
home, that he was forced to mention it.
mid to his credit lie it said, lie declared it
win the most miiginhcviit crowd he hud
ever faced in any political campaign in
'oorliwart! He took up nearly half
of his Smch to-day ill damning I he dem
ocratic ncwspnpeis for what lie termed
their premeditated and wilful misrepre
sentation ol him hclnrc the people. He
damned nil of us to-day but Toniliiison,
of the Country Homes,
iianii won lis.
At Pigeon River Friday lie denounced
Tomliuaon as an "Infamous scoundrel."
To-dny he partially apologised. He finds
that his independence (?) Is causing Mm
to damn everything with which hcchilins
to be allied. He fought the republican
party when he wot In the itnte legisla
ture. He fought the solid mass of his
arty In congress on the force bill (after
tViley Shook nindc him do It) and now
he found that he was about to array
liimsell against the duly nut honied anil
ircounized nruiin of the alliance in this
district, And so he thought he would call
the nous nl lug wrath ult ol I oinlluson
and the Country Homes. Ilcsaid to-day
thnt he had allowed himself to get mad
t Tomlinsou, but intimated that he had
determined to love him again freely, for
-tne sake ol the oath he had taken upon
nimseii as nn Alhaucemnn. Hut he won
sign the Alliance demands, ii lie docs be
long to the order. I hese denian Is we
presented to liim to-dav bv Mr. Geo,
lloggs. county lecturer for Hay wood, hut
lie epurncd tlicin, claiming thut lie
was a Democrat, turn theii'lore not au
thorized to make any demands upi
him. 1 lie tact is. Mr. hwiirt does no:
ihink any Alliance man is worthy of no-
lice unless he is u Kcoublican. mid fro
Henderson comity, and lie declared that
lie would not have signed the demands
even il tin v had been signed bv such
person, but said lie would huve received
such a one rrspcetliilly.
IN Till'. ALLIANCK SOUP,
Hamilton (!lover Kwurt is going to be
drowned in tms pot ol alliance soiin o
his own making yet. I guess there were
701) voters in the court house to-dny. I
is the largest building of the kind in the
district, and it was pticko, Irom wall
wall, aisles und all. And liwart hud
tuuch time. There were not enough re-
nuulicnns present to scotch the wheel ti
him after lie hud with great effort rolled
the creaking old wugon a few tunes u
the hill, uud so he was torccd to leave
standing in the gully where he found
Crawford was cheered to the echo, and
every manilcstalioii of good will and
conhdeuce given him by Hie immense uu
dience that could possibly have been ac
corded uuy man.
There were iicople present from every
quarter ot the county, and they have re
turned to their homes determined lo givi
Crawlord enough majority in this coun
ty nlone to overcome lvwnrt's vote
two years ago; und they will do it. There
Is victory in the air. 1 he winds wluspe
it, the streams sing it, und these grnli
old mountains talk it so loud thin Hw
iirt has heard it. Yes, bwnrt knows it
now. He attended the funeral of all his
hopes to-dny, uud entombed I hem one by
one. to-morrow we move still iiirinc
into the nntcrrilied west. J. P. K.
THF.Y MF.F.T ON THF. HTt'MP,
Crawford and F-wart'M Joint le
W. T. Crawford and H. 0. F.wart will
have joint debates as follows, if liwart
doesn't back out;
Murphv, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hayesvillr, Saturday. Oct. 18th.
Aquonc, Moiulav, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesday Oct. 22d.
Hamburgh, Thursday, (k-t. '.Mil.
Candler. Saturday, lict. 25th.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday. (Jet. 2Hili.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, (K-t. 211th
.Marshall, Thursday, Oct. Hlith.
Wenverville, F-iilay, Oct. .'list.
Asllevillc, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
The sjieaking will Itcgiu promptly nt
For Chief lu.tlee nftlie Supreme Cuurt:
HON. A. H. MliKKIMdN.
l-'or Assoeinte Justice ul the Huprcme Court
HON WALTHR CI.AKK.
FOR SOI-KKKIH COI'KT JI'IMtK 1
l.t (H.trlct r.Kii II. Dmown. jr..ot Id-suiurt,
.''I district IIKNSV K. KKVAN, ol crnvt-n.
Ith diairk-t Si-iks Wiiitakkk. of Wukr.
.tth rll.lrlct H. W. WINSTON, of (Irnnville.
nth (ll.tricl It. T- HoVKiN. ir SutnitKtin.
7lh lll.trlct IAU1II l. AICIVKR. of .Moore.
Hth ill.trlcl H I-. Ahupiki.ii. of Iredell.
lotb district Jno. (,MAV llVNl'U, uf Ittirke.
I lib district W. A. IIoku, of Lincoln.
ros snuciTos :
l.t district J II. IlLot NT. uf I'ernulmnna.
Sit lll.trlct I. M. IVhixzahii. of HllMlflX
til district Inii. II WoiMiuril. ol Wilson.
(h district It. W I'of. Jr , of lolinstou.
th district K. H. I'ahkkr, ol Aliimuncc.
Illh district II. II. ALI.KN. of Ix-nnlr.
7lh district I--RANK McNkiix. of Kichmond.
Nth litih't II. I'. l.nM. or In-Kell
nth dlstrii-t W. W. Hahiikr. of Wilkes.
10th district W. C. Nkwi.anii. ol Kllllwcll,
I Ith .'Islrlct P I.OsnoRNK.of Mcklinlium.
nn uistnet oko. a. jokks, ri Aiiteon.
1st district W. A. II. IIkaxcii. of nrnufort
2d district W. . koilKNS. ol Noit amptun.
an nistn i it. v (.raiiv. 01 iup'in.
4lh district II. II. lll'NN. of Niish.
ftih district A II A. Williams. of Granville.
Ilth district 8. B. Al.KXANIiss, of Mvcklill
7th di-triet I H. IIrsiirkwin. of Rrn-nn.
Nth ilistiict W. II II 1'owi.ks. ol Wilkes.
Uth district W. T CRAwrosu. ul llnvwoud.
Democratic County Ticket.
M I.. KHUII.
J. V. U.WKY.
J. M. CAMI'llltLL.
). I.. KlvVNOI.118.
Kuiterlnr Court I'lerkl
J. L. CATIIUY.
J. II. COl'KTSKV.
A. II. ST A KNUR.
L. II. McllKAYHK.
Whso lUby was tick, are (n her Castor!.
When alw was a Child, sh cried for CastorU.
Whso sh bvosma Miss, sh. clung In CaMorla
Wbsa aba bad Children, sua gses Uwiu Castorl,
ih ii very vulunllc
aiil in drawing i'Uh
loiiKTH, find wlicn
one coiiniiliTH Hint
it wnsHiiul h.v Kl
rt J$ottii, "M.v
MJICI'MM it MWill)i l()
t iMiiiLT." Ii' limy
well njritu with (In
p-rent hIiowpiiiii, V.
J J tu rt i ii i n , llmt
"Hip roud ti fort
iiiii Ih tliroiiuh
Aini'i iciiii Slnlion
r. THE SUN.
ftnmf pvnplt Htcrrr with Thr Httnii cifiltilnni
Hlmiit mrn nnd thlntf, und mmif ritp1'
dnit'l i hut fvrrvHody likm t-titfrt hold uf thr
nrwHimiwr which I nrvrr
friild to wmk tin mind,
iH-mirrrnti. know thnt thr twrnt ymn
Thr Hun hm fntKht In thr frnnt Hit fur !Km
ocrntlc nrliiHiilm. nrvrr wnvrrlnir tr wr-nk-
rtilnn In tin loynlly tothi tmrlntrmitu of thr
tmrtjr It nrrvn witn irnrimn intriiiicrnrt nni
dUlntrrratrd vlftr. At tlmr nlnlim huve
dirh-rrd to ibr Imt mrnnt of ncroinpKiih
tun thv common purituM i It I nut Thr
Htin't mult If It bft furl her Into thr mill
HlKhlrrn nnndrrn nnd nlnrty m tnt ymr
thnt will iirolintilv dclrrmlnr thr irnulttif thr
I'nraldrntUl rln tlon of trj, nttd itrrhniHi
thr rurttm of thr lrmorrn'ir for thrrmtol
thrcrnturv, Vlrtorv tn I Nil' U ndnty.ntid
thr IwHlnnlnnnf In thr (Kit time tuitnit
nut In comimny with Thr Itun.
Imlly, prr month to (o
finily, wr ymr 6.o
RittHlny, prr ymr ..... a.o
Itnllv nnd Htmdity. tr vrnr n.iw
Imtly and nunilny.prr month 0.70
Weekly, one ymr .........imm..i.. loo
AdtfrM TMV UN, Mw Vork,
I rpcominimd Itu superior to any preBcrlpUoo
known to me." II. A. AncnKn, M. DM
Ul Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, T.
Every mnn who desires to vote at this
election must register anew. liven if you
have registered and voted before, you
must register again under the new elec
tion law to vote this year.
Do you wish the negro to get control
of your county nnd state? If not, regis
ter nnd vote for the democratic nominees.
Do you not know that every negro in
the state will register and vote ? Then
so must every while mnn.
Do you wnnt soldiers with drawn bay
onets to meet you at thcpollHunddictnte
to you how to vote? II not, lie sure
your name is 011 the reuistrnlion books.
and do not fail to vole the straight dem-
ici tine uckci.
Yon cuu't register after Oct. 2 Ml so
register al once. Don't say you have not
tune take time your hiippiiH-ssdcpcmls
unit; the good mime and prosH-rity of
your suite (leiieiiiis on it : honest eoveru-
meiit and white man's control deiiends
on it. Don't wait. Delay may cost the
(icical ol the party.
Where nnd when Tclllnir Ariru
nieiilH Have lleen or Can be
lion. A'. Il.dhim: Asheboro.Tlinrsdnv.
Oct. 10; High I'oiiit, Tliursdny night,
net. lt; Alt. Airy, Saturiliiy n'ght, Oct.
on. X. II. IViur: Diirliam, Thnrsdav,
Oct. Hi; Kiixbnro, l-'ridav.Oi-t. 17; Yan-
evville. Satiinlay, Oel. 18: Danhtirv.
(Slokescoiiir.vl Mnudny, Oct. 2; Mor-
gniiton, ll-iurl Wi-dnesdav, Oct. 22;
hahsburv, I l-airl Thursday, Oct. 23.
iradlleld'i. Female KeKulator.
Should be used bv the voum; woman.
she who suners Irom nnv disorder pceul-
ir to ner sex, niai in cnaiiue ol Die is a
powerlul tonic; Uiulits nil who use it.
Write llradhchl Keuulalor Coinnaiiv.
Atlanta. On., for partieul.-irs. llv all
AMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aneut lor Keems i
n-rk Woolen Mill..
Asheville, N. C.
A tarsia- llv.r dra.L-e. I he. taolaa.
taaa. aiail rMlm-4-
Dyspepsia, Ccstiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
Th.r la no better rcmcdv for Dim
common di.rnt than Tuifi l.lr
ViUm, mm at IrUI ntll rov. Prir.,iic
One Ilonrdlnff lloune, Kit ronm, lurnUhcd
on Cheatnut trevt, near mrret car, $ HKl.
One M room hntifte on Mill mnvi, hot nnd
cold water, bath rooms, acwcniK?, etc . $:io,
One 0 room houw,
Davidsun atrrvt, near
Collrice ntreet, $11.
One It room houtte,
mile in nil miiare,
Siniite rooma to let, fitniinlud nnd nnftim-
I want nevcrnl honim nt once In central
jHirttoit of city, alno rooiim fur young men.
If ynu haw nnvtlilitK to tint nnd wnnt a
nnnt nt once llM It with inc. I nmkc n ic
tatty of rent I tin and collt-clintf renin.
C. F. RAY,
Real lCtttalc Airvnt.
sept 1.1 dlf
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The Coming; One of America.
Mtotout, Btrtngthentng to th Mrvsi,
Tea and coffee cheer but do
not nourish. They even leave
an Injurious effect upon the
nervous system. Indeed, there
is no beverage like
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It stimulates and nourishes as
none other, leaves no bad
effects and is a flesh-former;
of the most approved type. 1
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trlvd.slwvs awl"). Th. slrooz May dike I
It wllk nleasnr. ma4 Ik. weak wick !
Imounlljr. TkaexclllaaeOet. or tea
nnd conV. nr. okvlated by It. steudy
n.i ana nervou. dlMrders sr. re
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Spwial Corr(Hpr)n(ltntH in
ovt'iy HiH'tion of WoNtorn
MH t lAI, A'KATt UI Ki
In the State.
TO WEAK MEN
inffsrlng frora Ih. .ItaeAa of yonlbrol
SWae.wMtln.weakneM. lost m.llhoo
da Talmbl. MaUMlsadsdi oonlaljlng full
parUenlara for bom. ettn, PRKS f ohsegft. k
iplMdld SMdleal work t .nonld l mad by .Tf
sua who Is wtw and dablhuud. Addna,
rraC, W. O. WQltlSM, I
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RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
PAKSKNttKH Util'AHTM KNT,
Western North Carolina IHvinion.
J'riK.MiN(H H TWAIN SCUIJIjL'LK
Un liFr-ltl T AUKlIHt 31
75tta Meridian time umil when not othcrwlw
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7O0 p m
11 07 ) m
3 40 ni
1242 pm "
N?''J tltoljy exit Sundiiy.)! No. 17
73nmjl.v. Asheville, Ar.l 4-on i m
u.io ummr. miviusviiic, I o.k n
1'4'J ml " llrvon City, ' H4.1 a m
fl.10 pm I " Andrews. Lv.l n no a m
Nos. no anil .11. I'lilliiinn Slt-i-pcrs lietwei-n
Nos. and A3 riillmnn HullV-t Sleeping
tjnrs net ween Jiut AjirniKS mid llsliinKlnll-
w. A w i.Nlii K.. Ii. r A.,
Asheville, N. C
JA8. 1.. TAVI.IIK.U. I. A..
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Chicago & Alton R.R.
FASTUST -Kllt'TK TO
KANSAS CITY AMD THE WEST
Anhcville to Kantian City in 37 hour.
Asheville to 1 itu wr in rl honm.
Arttit vilk to Kan rnnuiR Mi, Ctilifornin, and
Portland, Oreu'in, In ft tin vn.
Solid VcNliliuinl Train h St. I.oul to Knn
nan City. NcvlinttiK chair car irve.
For lull inlorination cult on or write to
U A lVcwland,
ItMrict laMciiKir AKetit.
Net. lo ration Ave.. Ar-hcvillc, N.C.
.CHAKITn. ;. I. A.. Ohlcaini. til.
tlantk: coast link
on and after thin ilnte the tnllnwiii) tvehed
uIch will tic run over it it "Columbia (Hv inion."
No. ftlt lA-avcH C'llnnihtfi' tVUO n. m
Anivi-H iiiCIinrlftion l..m p. m.
nu. I) i.cuve . narithicm- 7.10 a,
Arrive atColuinlMn 11.rfi a
Connecting with tr.-iunt to nnd from nil
point h on the C Imrlottc, Cohinihin V An
KUKta nnd Colitintna fit r.recfivilie Kailrojids.
T. M. KMKRSON, Oen. Pa. Art.
1, p. rwivi-: i..n ut.
Paiaci Stcamkhs. Low Rates
Four Trip, par W.k Uelwpeii
DETROIT, MACKIIVAC ISLAND
Patoflkay. rtniilt .'in M-ilf. and Lmkm
liumn W iy Port;
Xvry Wsy-k Day netwrn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
ftivrtal Miuds Trl) 4arnf Jim, Jiiiv, Aitat tiA.
Doubl- Diiy Lint no" wen
ChlOAGO AND bT, JOSEPH, MlCH.
O'iR lLLUSTRATi.0 PAMPHLHI
1Iim r.d t.i,,tlri n Tlckr ) wl'.l b lti nubt.-d
bv your Tik Aj. iit.rn d'vtp
C. D. WHITCOMI), 0. P. A., Dcthoit. Micm. .
0-ttrolt und Olvl:md Stunrn Nnv. Co.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAI kl'II 8T. I'AUL
AND NORTH liNN PACU'IC K. K'H.
Throuirh rultintin Slrcninii Car lenven Chl
cno dally nt n.MO p. m
ror m. I'nui iittti Aiinnrnpnni.
" I'ltricn, North Pultoui.
" lliiinnnnd Unite, Mont.ina.
' The Vcllovlotir I'urk.
" Kpokfinc HiiIIh and Tncot ia.
' 1'ortlnnd. m-on.
Hint Koute to 8.'attlc and nil Sorth I'nciflc
The Mvnic line to Cntifornln, ia lnrtland
and the Klui-in Koute.
Tickctti on mile c cry where.
i;or mlorinatii n ninlv to any A sent, or
nddrcHH A. V. H. Cahi'Kntkk. i encral Tan
enwer A Kent. CMi'iiud, III., or ii C. llKAPV,
Hniitnern I'lin-cnucr Amnt. i.Miitnvtllc, K y.
rATTTTOM u V rontnn Hhnt-a an
vAUilVll wnrranti'tl. una nwrr pnir
hmm lila nauir nnd prlen Miamped mu bat tout
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CCNTLIMCN.
Fin rail nnd I.nerd Watnrar -lira to
The lerllenre and w.-'nrln qunlltleanf thin tin
unlltleanf thin hn
the atninic idon
ran not Ih Im-Hit twn tlmnlii
ur i ur pirt'nn 1
atrasit. an mim
nieuuor ita taouKaniu or eoual
ftsOO Uenulnr llnnd-ewed an eleprant n4
At V Hall ilNias Hh,si avlil..!. n. ... I. Ilanlf
A-O0 llnnd.ftewed Well. A tine call Utu
v tiutHtimlli'ii fi.r atyiu and rtnrnhltltr.
O.M -Ii nnd year Welt
la tu Hauiaara CWM
hhim. at a iMituilnr nrliA.
tO. SO FnllcemNn'a Hhne lafinwIaJly
All made in Coneri'', Hutlitb and lasa.
$3 & $2 SHOES LtfiSs,
have been mmt faenrnhlr reeelved atnre Intend urM
and thn nviit linpnvniitit maka Uarm Miparkir
lo any ahoea until at Ihrw firlreo.
Ask your lHalir, atnl If nu cannot mfiply yna twnd
direct to tnctnty eni ltmtDg adrvrtlawd lArioa, or 41
pualai for nrurr hi mi k a.
W. 1. UOtC-LAft, BrcktB. Wmm,
l'OH HAl.lt HY
WEAVi: Ar MYERS.
Hilltor Ashrellle ClUieni
Thnt our many friend, may know how we
are lo-ttlnu on we will stnte that wt took In
In Hotel unii Rtorw
9,000 lii Vive Week.
Took In Inst Itaturilny over TOO. ITS of
that was hotel, bnlnnee .lore. Hotel regis
tered iM thnt ilny. Hail A.ilOO arrival. In
8 months. Our st'rk Is mammoth 800 fret
lon snd lit leet wide. Tell the balnoet of
th. world to com. nnd sec "Old Chcd" .mile,
and buy good, of us snd invt 10 to go per
noTMdtf S. R. CHUUUSTBiaSON.
4 n .
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. G X. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
FVoir a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a work'uanlike
'RICES AS LOW
As First-Clnss work can
Ask any of the thousands
f their patrons in Ashevillo
and Western North Carolina
stotheir manner of doing
msiness. They nro
In North Carolina.
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