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ASHEVILLE DAILY. CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1800.
A troublesome skin disease
I caused ma to scratch for ten
' months, and has been cured hv
low days use of B. 8. 8.
M. H. Wot.pf,
Hppcr Marlboro, Md.
- I was cured eevprni your aco of
white swelling In ray leg liy Hie lira of
8. 8. B., and have hud no symptoms of
$ay retnrn of the disease. Jlauy prom
inent physicians ailcnilnd me and all
failed, but 8 8. 8. ilitljhe work.
Faul V Kiiikpatrick,
Johnson City, Ten,
Treatise on Blood Skin Disease
Bwipt Specific Co.,
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Keom H, McAiec HiilMlng.
Hours 10 a. nt to I p. tn. anil to 0 p.m
Telepone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. U. Iloi 57, 1 a Hendry Hlock,
A. 11. COIVH,
STli NOG iiA 111 IC R.
A. S.. GRAHAM,
Oltice OTerJ. H.
Law's 8ture. Month Main
Jillling with silier or nmutuntn .noc io7.1c.
' ' gold Si.uo and upward.
Hetot teeth $0.oo.
Jle.t set ofiecth sx.no.
tto tic t ter made, no mntlrr whut )M pay.
Dr. J. SI. Crawford,
Koomi S anil II. McAfee llull.ltig,
I'lit ton Ar. uue. . Amei Nr. N. l.
PIACTICK MMITKU TO TUS
Kye, Kar, Throat and None,
Attorney ut Lnw.
Will practice in the loth anil lath Juillriiil
instru-t of North. Carolina anil In the Su
prcme Court anil the Feilerul Court of the
WcMcrn lil.trict of North Carolina.
I'hko. F. IMTllwox. Thus. A. Joxxs
K.lelitll. J. O. MamtIN. AslevHU
QAVID80N, MARTIN JON US.
Attorneys ami Counsellors at Law.
A.hcvlllr. N, C.
Will prattler In the 11th and IStli .IttilirlHl
llltrtcta. and In the atiprrmi- Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Courts ol the
Western IM.trlt.1 of North Carolina.
Jtrlcr to Hank ol Aaheville. dine!
J A. TKNNBNT.
Architect and Couirai'tor.
Plans. Hiiedneatinns and estimates fur
nished. AO work in my line rontractrd lor,
and no charses for drnwliiff. nil eontrart.
Kctcrcaccs when desired.
tunc.: No. 13 Hendry lilock. North Court
SVjuarv. AshcTille, K. C frlilwdty
, H. HKVKS. D.D.S. H. K. SMITH, II. D.(.
Ura. Rrcm & Smith.
in CoaMU? aunama. over Kedwood's Htore,
Teeth estrnctetl without pnln, with thenew
snwiithetlc, and all cases of Irit'Knlnritv cor
P. RAMSAV. D. t.S.
Over the National Hank of Anhevllle, llur.
nsrrt lluildlnil. Residence, At) Churlottc St.
Icliuiui 1 e
tESSrJSPA!N.rcll Tn LIFV'
w m main . mm
JSWSi ! CHILD
DFIELO REGUIATO" r"l ATL!iTAg
hu rtu uii
W. H. A. WIIXIiltlH,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. KKlff nnd Valley ntrccU.
Fhttck Mattma. fil flO Mom mnttrma,
$5iKl. Hliinlca tick mnttrrnii. $'J 00. Htrnw
timttrriw, etittnn top, f I 7A tlmr mnttrcmira
mndf to onler. 0philmerlnK nrntly and
auiiainntliilly uont at low pncia.
17 South Main Htrect,
Have tverythlna In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and Mil them as (heap and dcllrer them at
roar home as qskk as any hnuw In the dty.
Fresh vcsrtahles tram the country every
A .rial will show you what we cati do.
septlTduT II HK nNOTIIURM,
A GOOD RRASSAND STOCK FARM,
8 miles from Ashevllle Court House.
3 Acre or Lund,
Good New QiRooiu Houmc.
ALL MOIIKKN IMI'ROVIIMUNTM,
rs.tun land enough for sight or ten cows:
balance In meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
HIS CHILDREN SAVED HIM.
CI'RKD UV THE PRATTLE OF
11 ik iinvii,
I'IiIm Hccnc ought to be Worked
Into a ."lav l.tlgur A Pii:'h Hor
rible Poverty and What It
Drought HI111 to.
From t' e Washlnxlnn Post.
Tile gang of liumls enguged in "work
ing the road" down near Mcxnndrin
were resting 011 the roadside 11. ter dinner.
The overseer, an elderly, kiud-iaced enuu
trvmnn, hnd listened t sevcrtil stories,
mid when 11 pause ennic in the couversii
tinn he hegnn:
"Hic's tlitr Icetlcs' thing wluit starts
er feller up or down -hill. Ther wus er
giiod-lienrtcd feller named Sum Allen
whut ustcr live jist over the ridge 111111
me. He wns the pow'fullest hnn' ter get
ilf unk nn' every time he could git titer
lickcr lie'd ra'rer roun' nn fight. Oust 1
went over ter his house uv er Sunday fur
Iit sec him. Misealiiu wus er tumblin'
down nn' his wile nn' chidcii ragged nn'
11 liver lino er nough to cut. I, 'l Inwrtv,
Miss Allen, whar s aiiuir sue, 'Ilnwn
ter ther spring.' S'l, 'I'll go tin' him.' 1
went ter ther spring, nn' tlmr win Sum,
his face all 'uinged up. S'se, 'I wax drunk
ycstiildy on 1 tit Dick Mason, nn 1 got
tne wist 01 uv it.
'list then we henrd Sam's two little
boys er tnlkin' togeiher side uv ther
spring house. They nuvcr kuowctl we
wuxtiiur. line 01 cm savs, s sc, I II lie
pappy and come lining drunk nn'you say
llowily, an 1 II lick ycr tor nil, Ihcn
vcthcr snvs, a'se, 'At won't lie I'a'r, fur
every time iiniipv gits drunk he licks me
kinyhow, an' tuin't fu'r fur both of yer
ler lick me.
Then ther vcthcr snvs, "Mummy snvs
puppy can he kind-tiiitiircd and friendly.
an not wniiter lick all cr us, liut I hain't
niivei seed 'iin that er wnv,'
'Sam turned Dale nud sick like when
he heard 'cm. Then he rocked hisscl'f,
with his fuce in his linn's. All nt oust lie
jumped up an' snvs, s'se, 'I'll show 'at
i,v .. i ,..,',.. .... ...it;., ,1..:.
truth." Sain ain't uevcr drinked n drnm
since. lies got er good house, nn his
fatnilv's well took kciT uv, nn' thev owes
it all ter whut 'at boy said that Sunday,
nil' mc un' Sum heard hit "
Huppllea for osc Fravlle Creature
'mm the ChicuKo Trihune
A cynical doctor, w ithal n ninnof won-
Icrful resources and a quick miiiil, lives
in one of the nveunrs on the s iuih side.
te wus in his sludv u low uiuhts ngo
when a young man enmc in and hrgun
luestioiimg nun about hit (the wuug
luun sliironrictyol innri viiig. 1 hrvoung
man foolishly raven" over his sweclhenrl
and called her angelic and so on He
wns nlr.iiil thnt she wns ton Irnuile lor
this world. The old doctor grunted.
'Fragile, ell ?" he asked. "'How Iran
le . liver test ner Iragiiilv f Let me
give vou some ugurts ahotit her and wu
mankind In general, showing how fragile
they urc Let us suppose that this piece
ot pei lection is in moilcrntclv good
health. She will live to lie, say, nil years
old. women dun t like to die tiny more
man men no ma as much lor women
never grow old. vou know. Listen to
me: Snc will cnt one pound ol beef, mut
tun, or some other flesh every dnv.
That's 305 pounds of meat in a venr. In
sixly years it's iM.'.HIO pounds How's
i hat lor fragile? She will cut as much
hrcnil anil as much vcuetnblcs xr
diem, nud there von have in sixtv years
Kt.HOO pounds of bread and incut. If
she H not too ungrlic she will drink daily
no less than two quarts i'l cufkc, ten,
wine, or mer. And by the time she
rendv to have n moiiument she will have
consumed 175 hogsheads ol liquids,
"Now, young mnn, these figures do not
include the lorty or filly lambs she will
worrv down with mint sauce. It does
not Hike into consideration the 2.000
spring chickens, the Olid pounds of but
ter, the 50,11(10 rugs, uud t lie four hogs
heads o!su;nr she will consume in sixty
years It doesn't lakciuloconsideration
her ice cream, her oysters, her clams, and
such. All this menus nlmut lortv-five
tons. Fragile ?- Think of your nihility
in connection with these figures, und then
rave over liet hieing friigile. Voting man,
vou urc a tool. Hoot:"
Chic Ko News.
Hdgar Allen Poe's life lint been the sub
ject of much controversy, nud almost
every incident of his career litis been the
oension ol disputes among his biogra
phers. The fact that he once accepted
a brilie for writing u 1'ivorable review of
n book of worthless pot ms is,, however,
generally ndi.iittcd. The poet had been
growing more ami more fond of the cup
that inebriates but dues not cheer, uud
with Ins wife, Virginia, had
under the prolcclHUiol his iniithrr-iu-law,
M-.. n.. ...i i. . : u i:.. '
...,b. whom,,, .in.) i. iiiv iiiiiv, wun liv
ing ill a cottage nt I'orilhum, N. Y, Mrs,
l'oc wns dying of coiisuiiiptit.il, and I'oc
himself ye,,, plunged into n thru nieliin
clioly which did not admit of his writing
anything of an orizmul character. They
were in a stntc of almost utter destitu
tion, nud the malady of the poet wns
constantly aggravated bv witnessing the
iilkrmgs 01 ins Ih'iiuuIuI young wile, to
whom lie was iiussiouately attached.
I'rands came to their relief when their
condition became known, and it wns
then thnt l'oc wus tempted to write
Itivornblc laiok review for money. After
ward, in siwnkiug of this violation of his
literary conscience, he nindr this excuse:
"the author gave me $100 when my
poor Virginia wna i dying nnd ull were
starving, and required me to write a re
view of that bonk. What could I do?
The popular verdict is that under such
circumstances bis olfcnse wns not a hein
The Mad Kiitt of ajoke.
From the St Paul l'l..nicr-l'n,
"Vou ought to gel five cents' worth of
chloride ol lime. .
"I'or a nickel."
The ubove wna passed around freely
among a niimls-r ul St. I'nulcitisens.nnd
wns in each rvcoguiiid as a practical
iokr of considerable merit. Acting upon
the suggestion, n proiiiiucnt nicrchnnt
of this city determined to work it on his
bookkccjwr, with nn onginnl variation,
So he suid :
"Vou ought to get five cents' worth ot
Contrary to the merchant's expecta
tions, the taeiturrt book keener mccklv
bowed his hend and went on footing up
mi trial nuiances, while His employer re
tired discomfited. The next morning he
received a note from his bookkcciwr to
"1 took the five cents' worth of potash
and I am sick as a horse,!'
To F.xtltiirulBh Pralri Fire.
A widespread nnd destructive prairie
fire ravaged hundreds ol thousands of
acres along the Little Missouri River,
North Dakota, two or three days ago,
about forty miles from the main line of
the Northern rncttic railroad, llie hre
wns put out by means of horses which
were ki Neil lor the purpose ol using inrm
ns drags to extinguish the flumes. The
horses were split up the back nnd then
the carcasses were dragged over the
"1 wouldn't have believed it of yon,
Rnchcl," said Mm. Edmonstone plain
tively. "No. 1 wouldn't, not unless
Betsy Tucker, the uiiinty maker, had
told me: and Betsy aim nnver told a He
no more than Oeorge Washington did."
"Why, mother, whut are yon talking
about?" questioned Mrs. Thomas Edmon
stone, untying the elder lady's bonnet
strings and relieving her of a splint bas
ket, a black silk bag, a waterproof cloak
and an umbrella.
"And I'vecoine to sea if it's trne,"
lidded the old lady.
"If what's true, utothnrr
'That you said you wished there
wasn't do snob parson as m tnel" falter
ed Ura. bdninnstone.
"Mother, you know I never could have
said such thing, cnedout Rachel,
"Well, it wasn't quite exactly that
but Betsy Tackcr alio heard yon say you
wished there wasn't no such thing as a
"Oh!" cried Rachel, with a hysterical
itttieianglt, "l pleud guilty. I did say
that But, oh, mother! it was under
such strong provocation, and 1 never
meant you. How could 1, when you
have always always been so good to
"I know it couldn't be true," said Mrs.
Edmonstone. setting hursclf in theeusi
eat rocking chair and nodding her cap
strings comfortably. "But how came
yon to make that ex-tra-or-dinnry speech
Rachel, about mothers-in-law in gen
"U was Tom," said the young wife.
"He was ao aggravating!
"Thomas ill ways was aggruvatiug.'
said Mrs. Edmonstone, stirring the cup
or tea that Kachel bail brought her.
And what was it about now? The
"Oh, you remember about the break
fast cakes, don't your said Rachel, with
marry mischief sparkling in her eyes.
"No, it wasn't the breakfast cakes this
time; it was the shirts.
"Well, you know he suid it was snch
wasteful, extravagant proceeding to
buy shirts ready tuude. explained
Kacliel. "tie Kind the linen was poor,
and the work regular slop shop style,
una he declared you always used to
make bia shirts at home, every stitch,
nerore lie was inunied.
"So I did.' acknowledged Mrs. Ed
monstoue. with a groan. "But that was
in the old times, before you could buy
imcu a gixKl article as they have now.
"Yes, but Tom don't make any allow
ance for difference in times auil cus
toms, sighed Rachel. "He wanted
home made shirts, and homo iniidu shirts
he would have!"
"And you made emr"
"Yes. 1 made them."
"You were a great goose," reflectively
spoke Airs. c,uiuonstuue.
"And and Tom swore dreadfully the
nrst one ho put on
"1 don't in the leant doubt it."
"And be suid they act like meul bags,
and that tbey twisted his neck around
aa tf he had just been hanged, and
grasped him on the shoulders like a ik-
licemanl Oh, I can't tell yon what he
tUiui t suyl
"BlCss me!" said Mrs. Eduioiistone.
'He told me bis mother's shirts set
like a glove, and fitted him perfectly
and why couldn't I turn out a shirt like
those? And it was then, mother dear,'
suddenly flinging her arms around the
old ludya plump, comfortable neck,
'that 1 lost my head, and told him 1
wished there wasn't such a thing as a
mother-in-law in the world! Aud Betsy
Tacker sat in the sewing room altering
over my aoiman tn the spring style, and
I suppose she must have heard me.
"Don't miud it, my dear," said Mrs.
"No, I won't," protested RacheL
"But, oh, those shirts! I've been rip-
plug tnem apart aim sewing them to
gether again, and rounding off a gusset
here and taking tu a plait there, until
i ve got so that I dream of 'em at night.
and the more 1 try 'em on the worse
they fit, and the more unreasonable Tom
becomes. 'My mother never made such
work of it as this! says he.
1 nomas forgets, observed Mrs. Ed
And Tin sure if things go on like
this," added Rachel, pushing her short
brown curls on her forehead, "it 11 end
in a separation on uccnnnt of 'incom
patibility of temper.' "
'No, It won t, my dear, said the mo
ther-in-law. Here, get me the pattern
And some shirting muslin and a pair of
"What are) yen going to do, mother?''
eagerly questioned RacheL
"I'm going to make Tom a shirt. But
don't you tell him, Rachel. We'll see
whether it's Tom or the pattern that has
Ouue more the mischevious light came
Into Knchel a bright blue eyes.
"I wish all the world was mother-In-laws,"
she cried gleefully. "Why, why
didn't 1 think of this before'?"
"One can't think of everything, child,"
said Mil. Eiliuoiistone consolingly.
Thomas Einoiiilsloiie welcomed his mo
ther cordially when he came home from
"I'm so glad you've come," said he.
'We can have some of the nice old fash
ioned dishes now Undid can't seem to
get the hung of them, although she has
always hnd yonr book of recipes to guide
"Rachel's good dual better cook than
rer I protended to be," said Mrs. Ed
monstone. "They have patent egg bent-
era ami cream w nippers nnd raisin seed
era, and all that sort of thing, now that
tney nuin t nave in my day. I never
tasted nicer bread than Rachel makes,
and thoso popovers are jnst delicions."
"Yon're Just saying Unit to encourage
Kaciiol, said Air. hdmonstoiie, with an
incredulous smile, "Things will ran
smooth now you've come. Tint's one
"Oh, 1 shouldn't think of interfering
tn Rachel's kitchen," said the old lady.
"Please do, mother," coaxed tho wife,
not without a certain quiver in her Up.
"Do let Tom have a reminiscence of the
old day while yon are here."
"Well, Just as you children miv," con
ceded the mother-in-law good humor
She remained a week at her son's
house, during which eriod of time Tom
waa nil exultant complacency,
'"ruts," said he,. "is something like
living. I feel tnysolf a boy again when
I taste these apple fritters."
"They're not bail," said Rochet, who
had made them with her own skillful
hands. And she helped herself to a lit
tle of tlia aitnea.
'aim woy aon i you learn my motn-
r S KllaCS of lUAklng such tne crust aa
this?" demanded Tom, 'there is no
"i tnglad you're pleased," suid Riicnet,
with a guilty glance at her mothcr-in-law
"Oh, by the way, Tom, the lust of the
set of shirts is finished now. Will you
put it on to-morrow?"
"I supKiae so," ungraciously ntterud
Tom. "Will set liko fury, I dam any.
like all t'.ie rest of them!"
"You might at 1 ust give It u trial."
"Didn't I my I wwild?" still mine un
graciously. "Those shirts will be the
dentil of tun yet." he added turning to
his mother witli a groan, while Rachel
sat steadily observing the puttcru of the
The breakfast sat, smoking i if the ta
ble, next morning whctr.Mr. EdiuoUHtoue
came iuto the room twisting himself us
if he were practicing to ho a human
corkscrew. Mi's. EdmoiiHtone gluucud
timidly up at him.
"Don't it fit, Tom?" she questioned.
. "Fit! Just look ut it. will yo.r-" he re
torted. "Fit! Hangs like a window cur
tain uround my neck pinches my wrists
like a pair of handcuffs! I feel ns if 1
were in ustruit jacket" writ liing im
patiently to and fro. "Oh. I might huve
known it beforehand you haven't an
idea whut tbo word fit means. I wish.
inother.yon could teach this wife of mine
how to make a decent shirt :
"Thomas." said Mis. Eduiniistoiie
solemnly transfixing him with the
glistening spheres of her spectacle
glasses, "you're not very polito. I made
' "les, I myself. Just as I used to
make shirts for you in tho oldeu tttiiof
that you re ulwuys sighing ufter. I'v
lieen working at it ever siucu I've Iwen
ill the house. Throw away the pal torn,
Kachel, una uoii t waste any more time
trying to mnko your husband's shirts
he added. "It's an economy of lime
nnd temper, us well nsof money, to buy
tnem rcnay luuilu. it s 'loin thnt s in
fault, not the work. And us for the
cooking you've been praising up so elo
quently all the time I've been here, I
haven't touched a Hit or a pan. It's ull
her your wile's work. So much for
imagination. Oh, you needn't hnngyoiu
ncnil so sheepishly you re neitherb. ttei
nor worse than other men, went on
Mrs. EduiniiNtone. "And I never saw
the inun yet that didn't lei'd to hear
wnnicsumc inn n now and t hen. Vou ve
got the best and sweetest little wife in
"Mother, pl. ndiil Hiu lu l, tvving to
put Her liaiiil over Hie oh l.t ly's mouth,
but Mrs. Kilinoustone resolutely per
"And it's my advice lo ymi to try and
treat her us she deserve
'11 don't know but that 1 have been
rather cranky of late." suid Tom self
consciously, -now that I couiu to think
Cranky! 1 should think so," said the
old lady. "I'm sure I don't know what
the worlds coining to. Here's littl
Ueorgy tisldlir rarotinil with his wooden
cart The first you know he'll lie teliinu'
his wife aliout tho wonderful snm-ws
his mother used to inuko in this, and
that, and the other thing. We've all gut
to come to it.
"And Ueorgy 'II bo right," said Tom.
who after nil had a iiiiii'iiauiiuous streak
through him. "Wliata crab I ve been
all this time. Hang the home miidi
shirts! I'll buy 'nn out of the store next
time! Kiss me, Rachel and yon, ton.
mother! And be sure vou l.-t ui have a
dish of scalloped oysters when I come
home to dinner." The oysters Rachel
Ho ate his breakfast mid departed.
And when ho was gone voiiiia Mrs, Ed
monstone looked with shining eyes at
old Mrs. Ediuoustoiie.
"Oh, what a nice thing to have a nio
tber-in-law!" said she fervently. Shir
ley Browne in Firesido I'ompaiiiiin.
IlllNMhl's Model Hl.ii'1.
John Russhi began liiscuni tumi wait
er ten years ago in Deliiininco's. In a
year he niauaged to save if-Vsi. Among
the guests ho was accustomed to wuit
upon Whs lliissell Huge, One day after
Mr. Sage had finished an unusually
hearty meal he became quite talkative.
Russhi mentioned that he laid Hived
$500, and timidly asked if -Mr. Sage
could suggest a good way to invest it.
llio financier thought a while, uud
taking a small piece of p n,,. Ii.mii his
pocket wrote the nuinuof u certain stock
UIHin it. Russhi's WlUII Si.nll IH'CW to
$0,000, and soon, lie still works us a
waiter, and it is safe to s.iv tnai none, of
the peaple who onler linn about is
aware thiiKhn poses.ses so much money.
-rsew loric Telegram.
On. II mid Waahe. I lie other.
Plymouth, SlicU., lias thne factories
turning out toy air giins. Severn! shrewd
and far seeing nwiiiif'iirturor of glass
eyesure said to own stock in these con
cerns. Minneapolis Tribune.
A sss of hiuoMiins. s;oli1i.i sn the kI.iw
Or nioriiins siiullKlitun a vnii.l iiH'keJ Uiy,
Beneath tho tirecx nt this rnr n.ioatiii it.iv
Heans in soft un.liiliitlua to mi l rr
Llk. lucenw. Hiulius o ur tl.n i.mr.li luluw.
Com. ri-nirrniit ouom of tlu l.e.i in mn liar
Beyond, In liarinuny of aniHi iin.l uray.
Ttie Kmerlul rumaraelss lower in ..u.,-. row:
lud wsdinn Ihmuftll tlm Mliliuini'rl:iK wses
Vvon liU lip, a lair Inured yuiuh t sts-.
Who wtmrs off Ui. suiTmn bliNwoin tielU
Baak mil tho yeuis- a iiiel.iu.'lii.ly timing.
And 1 IMIiulil In sen girt Sicily
Theoerittui iiinl.l tl.u asplnMi 'l.
- Ciiiiki eKUliulialK
When Unby was sick, wn gs?s her Cantoris.
When shu won a Child, shs erlnl for Csslorls.
Wheu .1111 bisjaiiie Mim, she chins' lo Cantoris
When she bad Cklldreu, sl'e Kv Uiciu Csslorl.
TO ALL l'OINTH.
Railroad tii'ki-ls bmiKlit, mild and exchnngrd.
All trnnsiictloiiN Kuiirniiteeil.
Aeelilentnl tn.uri nee.
C. 1 II VY, .
Ilppnslte Hwnnnniuia llutrt.
Real FHtate Agent.
AND LOAN IlKOKRH,
I NORTH MAIN ST., (MORQAN'S BOOK STORE)
Money loaned and well secured at B per vent.
nriv.tr .me. mi. etieeti i . . n.i .,..t,.i
Keui if.tntc nnuir it nnu .ma at luin ue nnn
Real l'.tnte and Auction liii.lncs. in Clinrlc
ton, ft. C, ten yearn, nnd will sivc pn.inpt
attention tn all busiitcM put in my chariic,
"Cantor! (s so well adapted tocliuilren that
I recoiiimeiiil II an Hiijmrlor lo any prescription
kuowu to inn." II, A. AncnKR, M. !.,
Ill So. Ox totd St., Uroukb u, N, T.
livery man who desires to vote at this
election must register anew . liven if you
nave regisurcu .an.i voted belore. vou
miKt register, agin ider the new dec
lion law to vote this year.
Ho you wish the negro to get control
ol your county and slate? It not, regis
ter aud vole lor the dciimcrnticnoiiiiuccs.
Do you not know that every negro
the stale will register nail vote? Then
so mast every while mini.
Ho you want soldiers with drawn bin
oiutsto meet vou at thepidlsaiiildietai
to you how lo vote? II not, be Kin
vour ii.iiik-is 'in the resist ration books,
and do not tail to vmc the s. might lienr
louciin'i register ntur Oct 'J lili so
register al once. Iion't say cm have not
liuii take time your hiiiipiucHs depends
u it ;. the good iiauie anil c isp.-riiv if
your stale tlc-enil mi it ; lionesi govii n
incut and white m ill's control depends
mi ll, lion i wait. Iiclay inav cost the
detent ol the p in v
For Clial lustiec ol i'e Supreme Court:
ItllX. A S. MtiKKIM'IS'.
i-ur Assocta li-.lustier l tile S'lprc tie Court
IK IN W.Vt 'I lit! CI.AKK
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III .1 XT. O1 1' illli-.mil.
I.HI.MO.. ol lln.ilitx
li ..,,n .1 ol Wilm.ie.
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l' .p. tilts oil.
III ll'-lr.el li. s
till .11.11. el- I .1.;, j,! .,
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lolli i- ri. t - V C Ni.ui.wii ul t iil.'u ell.
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lath .h-lr.it .;.:o . I. iv,:... , ' M eon
lliliilnct V. . II.
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lit ilistri i II I-' i;.i
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axis. o r.raavili-.
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ll. Al.l.XAMiliK, ul Mid,
Ill itisltiel -I S. II 1-viihiis.im ol k..i't,,i
ll ll . 'sli iel A . II II. Ciiui.l... of Wukf.
uh district W. T Ck a I'omi. ol Hut wuo.1.
Ilciuoi ralic c ouitlv Ticket.
I-ur Xcprc-i iratiei-H:
l I. UCIUi.
J. I I.IIWKV
Slutc Si- n'..r:
J. M. C A : I'lll.l.l..
H. 1.. Kl. Mil.liS.
SuiM-rior Court ctcrk :
J. I.. CATilliV.
J. It. Cill'K rxt'.v.
A. II. S t AKNI-.S.
, 11. MellKA Vi:U.
tiiivv h:i:t n tiii-: nti'mi.
CraWTortl atxl i:iirl' Joint le.
V. T. Crawford anil II. 15. l-'wnrt will
have joint debutes as follows, if Ivwai t
doesn't back out-
llayesvillc, Saturday, (Vt. iNth.
Aiiioue, Mnuilav, t let. Until.
l-'taiiklin, Tues.lav. I Id. L'lsl.
Highlands, Wcilnesilav. I Id. "I'd.
Il.'iiiiburgli, Thursday, (let. L'.'ld.
Catiiller, Saturday, tiet. Will.
l.cieistcr, Monilay, tel. L'Tth.
Sandy Mush, Tin'sday, I let. '.'sth.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, (let. ytllh.
Marshall. Thursday, (lei. :lh.
Wen verville,. l-'i iilay, (let. Ulst.
Asheville, Sattirilay, Nov. 1st.
The ss.'a king will Isgin promptly nt
I in. " !
Where iiikI wtivu Tflllnir Arun-
iiii'Iiim nave llcfti or Can lie
Ilmi. A'. ( lilrim: Asia born, Thursday.
Ucl. Hi: High l'niiit, Tliursdav night,
Del, lii; Ml. Airv, Saturday n'ght, I let.
Ihtn.. II. iiihc: I itirliiitii. Thursilav,
i let. HI; Koxlioni, l-'i ula .Oct. 17; Vail
cevvillc, Salnrdav, I let. IS; li.'inbiiry,
I Stokes conn, y I M' tnlnv, ct. L'H; Mo'r
gauton, (I'nii'l Wednesday, Oct. 'J'J;
Salisbury, I I'airl Tliiiisdayllct. L'H.
I.lltllc-M llaiv Ti Ucl II.
, tinniiH'r ol in v i.niv ciistmncis linvc
tried "Mot tin's Kiicmf," and woul ! not
Ik' wn limit lor te.niv times nseost. Tiny
reeoiiiiiieiio ti io an who are in occnuif
uiotlurs. K. A. I'd vile, druggist, f.rceif ,
nine urninicii! k giiiaior -ompanv,
Vtliinlii ft,. I'..e IK. ri.ii.lf.ru ltt ,!ll
Ni:!:u io: nu oi itixKtij
in Astu:vii.i.i:. i
O Y S T IS R S
PRICES I i
I . . !
ul or Htcu liia. etc.
to I'TH I'l'RIJT.
er Kiewiiiit, 1-ryiiiK. vie.
Hnl.l tr.t.ii tioiMe to lioiisi' tlirouirli enttri'
city Klili.itKinii reectvi'il ilioly Muck al
n r i:c i al
orilrrN tefi nt No. 7 etl'er'i"n tirtve, or sent
tliroiiijti ttie tiinil will in- detivt'n'd timiuplly
to intv purl of llie eilv. Ail.ln'Ns oril' rs liy
imi.h tn (1, M. MII,i.i:h.
net 111111 Pus IT, Cltv.
A CAR J).
Ildltor A.lli'vlltr Clllrent
Thai our many frteiuls muv know tiow wr
are itettlnu on wv will slate that vt- took In
In Hotel am. Htore
9,000 lii vive Weeks.
Took In lust Sntitrilny over 7lio. r,i n
thnt wns hotel, balnncc store. Hulet rrirt.
trreil tin thnt dny. Unit n.ooo arrival. In
A mouth.. Our st .'rk Is mammoth Boo feet
loug und 1A feet wide. Trtt the hatnnce of
the world to come unit see "Old Chcd" smile,
and buy guild, ol us and av 10 to IIS per
Cantorla euros Pnlle, Cnn.tlpntlnn,
8'uir ritoiimt'li, IiIihtImi'u. l.raeiulien,
KUIs Wnriiw, givu aJit'p, aud iiruuiutca dl-
Without lujtuinii nieillcutloa.
Tus Ckxtacs Cosiuxr, 77 Murray Stiwt, N. V.
The Croat Cocoa of Europe.
The Coming One of America.
HADK IIY 8VKCI.it. VlmCKHX-THEBEST.
Cocoa is of supreme impor
tance as un article of diet.
Van Iloutcn's has fty per
cent, more flush-forming prop
crtics than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
'BEST4 GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
is highly developed.
hi -a 4'orau, liivrnifil, ititlcnivd mm
mutlr In llnlliind.nil itdiijr tvltraiid
mnril,ht4 titan anr of lh numertmi .nlU
thmt. In fact, a e-umiMiraf It toi will aaally
prorit.that Rurrfa'rrroaijiialathta Iwmtor't'
In - ttibility, aereijit)lf tat and nutriti!
quililioa. !jtrpt in lh orld.' Aaa
for Van Hfti'TtN uanU iak no other. (tf
Tntt'a l.lvrr IMIU mvi mm k lad It on th
rhild. ilivilftllriifv (iinnle or Inflraft
iu atfOt mm upuu iu itfurouii inanu
ITlTetnne fallie wenk Mamarh. bow
It, kldie iiimI lil.hU-r. To lh
or(iiH im-ir irtn;;T tit -11117 quantlM
mrm wonl-rril. Hiistiirr tli-ttui l per
Sold very whore.
OOlco, HO & 4 1 Turk IMut o, x. r.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Altcnt for Rci m Creek Woolen'Mill..
North Muln A.hcTillc, N.C
Hiu-lUuirdiui Mihi-m;, 'J2 room-., I'm m jutted I
on Cht-tttiit Mrit't. tu-nr mrvet i-nr, $tou.
Hue h room tiuim
coM wnn-r. l.iiilt n
on Hill MrtYt. hot ami I
mum, M'wt-raKC, tW . :io, I
One ll room timi-c. linvidx
nn Ntrt'vt, nenr I
(uv 11 room Imiuc, a, mile from iunre, I
Kindle room to let, luniilul uml iitifitrn-
I wnnt m'ViTiil lmnik- nt once In central
purl. on ul' city. nUn room fur young men.
If yt.u hiive mivtltluu to rent nm! want
uiiiitii ui once ili It with uh . I make n ajc-
cinHy of rentini.' ami collcetinK rent.
C. F. RAY,
Itcal Itntc Altcnt.
wpii a .of
pinrprnW Ii. Pun. In. Khoea at
yauiiuit onrrnnied, and e.err ulr
hu .... uiiiiie nuu arii-F aiampea aa 01
aaa Vsxa m oisi
jflf , L, DwUCIssAS
$3 SHOE CENTLKMKN.
Hn Call and l.ac4 Weirref Mrata.
ennnnt 1m Mtlir .h.twn II.ai, l.w ,i.. .........
menu uf It. tliiiUNUiils uf eiiimUuit wvorers,
(R-00 llenulns llandnapwrd, aa elnrant and
lylisli anrm slim- lilMi ciiiiimi'liila llaeK.
i.OO lland-aetred U. A flue rait kaos
uiii iiu.lli il fur lvl. mut iturnlillltr.
to. SO tlofidyear Well I. ihm suuulud tffsss
m3 ShiM.. ! - ,h,i.I... n 1.
3'80 fnlrmaya Hlior ta -pprlll adapM
All mtwif'in CoiiKnwa, Ituiiim ana LMa.
$3 & $2 SHOES LrftSi,
hara htv-n miMt rnvnrnlilv rcrrlvtMl alnca IntrodiKwj
and thf niTtit Imiinivftnriita maka tbata toumrtot
to any ahnoN anlil at ihew iirlna, r"
Auk your Ih-nlcr, nml If ho rannnt npplr yim md
dhftt to factory encloilng atltartlava yr(o or
p-jatai for nnlfr lilnnha.
W. 1M IKiUUtAim BreJtta, HaM,
I'OK MAI.U HV j
WEAVI5R V MYERS.
TO WEAK HEN
miffsrlns from th. efrneui of youthful errors, early
ducar, WMtlns WMknim, loat m.uhood. .10., t will
nnd a valuable triml. fmlMli ooutalulnf fall
wrtleulsrs fur hom. euro, FRCK of eh.ru, A
SI'l.n.ll.l Biisllr.l work 1 .hoiilitli. mad by erar
Bian who la dmtoii. and debilitated. Addrsat,
Irof. F. C. FOWLER, Mootfas, Oetus,
'SJMl Kli. I.
Suburban residence, one mile ftom Htv on
Mrrrinion avenue rond. hanilanmrlv ' and
complete ly fumlahril nnd equipped : eiaul.lle
I co. v.; winter mir.lin: horiw. and vehielrs If I
.ewi cmrnnvc Hniun.i. two ire.n leraev
oesirru. fOMr.ilun given 1st of Novemlier.
'Owner occupying In sunnier only would
I make permiinrnl nrrnnucnirnt with party
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
Froir a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card on n be execu
ted in a workmanlike
PRICES AS LOW
As rirst-ChiHs work can
Auk any of the thousands
of their pntrons in Asheville
nnd Western North Carolina
ns to their manner of doing
business. They nre
TISTIC - PRINTING
In North Carolina.
. 0 0 o o o o o
country by long ropes.
novlOdlf S. K. L'UU1)UTBR & toN.
.... n u , ii.ii.ti.iT, mitirritii
scptlidtf P. O. LOCK BOX 888.
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