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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31,1890.
A troublesome skin (Unease
caused me to scratch for ti'ii
' month, and ha been cured by
u lew days use of 8. 8. 8.
M. II. Woi.kf,
''pper Marlboro, Aid.
I wns cured several Tears nim of
white Bwcllinir fn ny by Hit- iiho of
8. 8. 8., and have I'vul no symptoms of
any return of the discuso. Jinny prom
inent physicians at tended me and all
(ailed, but 8 8. S. did Hie work.
l'AUL W KlIIKPATHirK,
JulniKou City, Ten,
Treatise mi Blood 8kiu Disease
Bwii'T 'ruciKic Co.,
PKOFRSsinXA L CA KDS.
DR. J. H. WILLIAMS,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD ST.
H oura A. M. In a l. M.
Dur.W. Stuart Leech.
Office Room N. McAiee Huililinj;.
Hour 10 u. m to 1 p. m. mid 4 to 6 p.m.
Tclcpone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
C0NDUCT8 MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
W. O. nmx J57, la Hendry Block.
A. S. GRAHAM,
alltiee s.vev J. It
Uw'i Store, South Main
with k. noc.
Pillinii wltli .liver ur amalgam.. .SOe. io7Ac.
" M n-old Sl.oo and upward.
Set of teeth Sil.oo.
Rent Kt of teeth H.0O.
No lietter made, no matter what you pay.
Ur. J. H. Crawford,
Room. .1 uml II, McAfee IlullilitlK.
fnlton Avenue. Ashcv lie, N. C.
I'KACTICH I.IMITK1I To Til H
Uye, Kar, Throat and None.
m.aTn e w land,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice in the loth and 12th Juilieial
lli.triet. of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
Western District of North Curolinn.
row., V liAVin.ox. Tnos.
Riilriuii. Jas. .. Martis. A.leville
.AYIllSDN, MARTIN Ac JONK8.
Asheville. N. C.
wiilpr.Htlee ln ti.e tuii..ii.l lath l;he'"J :
I""-"1"'" ' XhV,iV..;, ;.V heMnaten niMienrunce. He had not lieen
Western District of North Curolinu. !
Refer to Hank ol Ashevilii
"w a-TKNNBNT I
Architect and Contractor.
Plan.. aneciAcntlona and estimates fur-
nlshed. All work In my line eontructeil lor,
and no churKe. for drawina. on contract,
awarded me. -
Kelcrence. when aesirca.
.in..-, sin i j iiendrv iilock. North Court
tftquarc, Ashevllle, N. c . fehmdty
, H. RBKVKR, I). U.S. I H. K.
smith, ii. n..
Dra. Reeves A Smith.
In Cnnnally Bunninu. over Redwood'. Store,
... ....-.I a likn.., ....in ufllhllipnpuf !
amcsthetic. and all eases of Irreuularitv cor-
P. RAMKAV, II. D. H.
Orer the National Hnnk of Ashevllle, liar
nnrd llnilding. Reald.ncc. llll Charlotte si.
ft . . f a i .
LESSENS PAIN G,R T0 LIFE! 0r
17 South Main Street,
Have everythlnn In the line of .
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
nd .ell them a. elie.p and deliver them at
your home a. quick a. any house In the city.
Freah vcjrclntilrs Irom the country every
A .rial will show you what we can do,
scpt!7dtf H RH IIHOTIIKRH.
Mine. M. Punl Hmllh has rcturmd from
New York. On November t .he will hnve nil
oiH-nlnl with an rlcKnnt line of nlllliicry mid
novrltie.. 8hr Is also rendv to take In orders
and make over In the moat nrtlt e wiiy.
(17 BOUI'H MAIN HTRHliT,
nctli7dlw Over Mr. Law's atore.
TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad tickets ImaRht, sold and exchanged,
All transactions guaranteed.
C. V. HAY,
Opposite twajidaooa Hotel.
i '-'11.'- " lialB f i r' 'i-"""''''' ''
SOME GOOD, NEW YARNS.
FRKHH KX4MPI.KN UP CON
Wiih niveH n Republican or a Mem
ocrat? ieleanrH. HorruudHprltiu
r Take Different Hldi-H Hnrr hh
A Kiiod story is told eiinceniiiiii lilt
discussion between the Hon. William M.
SpriiiKcr mid the Hon. Roswcll 0. Ilorr
at Montieello, N. V., on Sept. 4. In bin
speech Mr Siriner suid ;h:it for twenty
five yenrs the repuiihenn party liml been
promixiiiK protection lor the tanner. Vet
tile tanner win L'cttuiL' poorer every
yenr. He hoped he would not net to bi
ns poor us Dives, who was forced lo bej;
for a drop of witter to cool his parched
Ill his reply, Mr. Horr alluded to the
met that Mr. Springer hud referred to
Dives. "You might know," continued
the yreat Michiuander, "thnt Dives wus
not a tlcmocrnt, for he howled for water.
II he bad been a democrat he would have
yelled lor whiskey."
In his return speech Mr. Springer snid
that it wus entirely unnecessary to in
from the audience thnt Dives was not n
democrat. He rolled in wealth. He wits
u bloutcd bondholder. His very name
indicated riches. The lust that was
heuid uf him he wus in hell, where no
democrat ever went ! The truth wus
that Dives whs ii hypocritical republican,
and, seeing so many ol his xilitical fuith
around him, when he wus in trouble he
howled for water because he was afraid
somebody would nsk him to treat, and
he did not want to offend the Prohibi
tionists. Another excellent story concerning
Springer and Hour comes from Chautau
qua county. They had a joint debate at
Jamestown on September 2. James is in
Lttidluw's district, and is strongly re
publican. There wus an immense crowd
of republicans around the Bland. Mr.
wringer opened the discussion. In mak
ing his points concerning the iniquity of
the McKiulcy Unit lie read extracts Irom
different books to support his views.
When Mr. Horr arose to reply he re
ferred to the fact that Mr. Springer had
lieen reading from books. He culled him
a bookworm, and scoffed at the idea
that he could obtain any correct infor
mation Irom book. All the college pro
fessors, he said, wen free traders Mr.
Springer was like them. "What we
want," continued Mr. Horr, "is practical
talk by practical men men who don't
gel their information from books, but
who reason the thing out lor themselves
from experience, men who cun handle a
plough, muke an axe-helve, and know
iiow to hang an axe These are the men
who are capable of giving us correct in
sinuation on the tariff."
Mr. Springer, in reply, suid thnt Mr.
Horr had taken an hour unci a half. He
need not talk about books. No one who
heard him would susjiect for a moment
that he hud ever looked into one.
"Vou can rendily see," Mr. Springer
added, "that he has drawn upon ins im
agination lor his facts, and upon an old
almanac for his wit,"
Still another campaign story about
Knwcll (i. Horr came from libniru. Horr
ami William L. Wilson, of West Virginia,
npieurcd before an agricultural assbcia
tion there to discuss the tariff. Wilson
I made one of his brilliant sieeches, and
apparently deeply impresseti tne nonesi
tanners. Horr followed in Ins usuul
t.tvlc. He wore an old-fashioned turn'
'down collar and Hap trousers. It is
riiiil that lie hnd lieen bundling batter
nuti . ai to give his hunds a weuther
shaved for six weeks, and he wore cow-
hide iMiots. He begun by relcrring to
,r- Wilson us u lawyer, whose sopliis-
tries were calculated to deceive the hoU'
est agriculturist. As for himself he was
n tilniti farmer, with no pretensions to su
oerior knowledge, lie wanted to talk
to them Irom a prarticnl point of view,
Then he nix-ned his tnnll budget in a
hnnielv strain, streaked with nutnor and
tmuclfished with good stories. An old
I- ... 1. L. - ..1,:.. L- tUm iifi, ra nl,l
." 1 j : . V 7.J-.T.II.
ill! UIIC1IUC cool lino n w . v,
stood ill front of him drinking in every
word". He never took his eye from the
speaker. He laughed immoderately at
Ins jokes, and danced with delight when
lie heard his ston.-s.
I.,...u-..m lu .II,Iu,h nlhitmulL
i rr assert ed that the protective
; -,. . , , ,.
tarin nun eniicurcu iisen 10 me uirnicr.
Il had raised the price of grain and re
duced the price ol calico. Addressing the
farmer who stood with open mouth
lielore him, he said: "My friend, years
ugo you puid twenty-five cents a yard lor
calico. Under a proleetive tariff il hns
iK-en coming down 1111 tne time, 1111 nuw,
under the Harrison administration, and
in the shadow of the McKinlcy bill, it bus
reached six cents a yard. .Now, my
friend, tell me how much vou paid lor it
when the Morrison bill and the Mills bill
were tlireateuinu the country ?
The old Inrmer wined the touocco juice
from his mouth and blurted out: "Three
Horr started us though he hud heard
11 clup of thunder, and Wilson almost
iliooocd from his sent with lauuhter.
Then it was the Inrmer s turn. He be
gun to ask Mr. Ilorr embarrassing turill
questions, und finally completely broke
Anent the recent election cases in the
house, where two colored men were eon
ttsting seuts held by democrats, a line
story of Watchdog Holman is told, The
incident occurred in the forty-seventh
congress. A negro ol the name 01 Lee
was contesting the seat held by Mr.
Uichurdsoii, now the governor of South
Carolina. The case was pressed for con
sideiatioil toward the close of that con
grcss. It got the right of way and held
the legislative truck. Some big steals
which the Watchdog and Sum Randall
were fighting were thus blocked. The
old Watchdog smiled serenely when the
lA-e-Kichnrdson case was luirlv under
wav. He sat down and read over the
rciiort. Then he exiKctoruted to the
right and left, and hooked and unhooked
his eyeglasses, Finally, turning to a
democratic memhrr he said:
"My I my I Have you read this report?
you must read It. You must read it
"What is it about ?" queried the repre
sentative. " 1 nnt nigger Lee I"
"Yes, yes," the Judge responded. "Mr.
l-ee, Mr. Lee. He's a very valuable nitr
gcr to the country worth his weight 10
gold in this emergency. He'll prevent
t lie stealing of millions from the treasury."
Apropos of the seating of negro con
testunts in the house, the Hon. Asher 0,
Carulli tells a good story,
In slavery days a negro ran away Irom
Kentucky lo Canada. Not long after he
got there l.e took a contract to cut a bun
d red cords of wood at fifty cents a cord.
Two or three days afterward the Cunn
diaii who had hired him was riding
throuuh the tnrcst. He wus surprised lo
see 11 stronger culling wood there. He
bulled him, uud asked bim wbut be was
1tilaVa Jn Javs.isarl.,Js'
doing. "Why," said the woodman, "I'm
cutting wood for Ben, the colored man."
"How much is lie giving you?" asked
"Six bits a cord," was the reply.
The next iluy the landowner saw the
darky. "Hen," he snid, "there's a man
cutting wood up on my laud, and he says
vou hired him."
"Yes. boss, yes," said the darky.
"How miieli arc you giving him?"
"Six bits u cord, boss."
"Why," said the landowner lo the
darky, "whul it tool you arc. I'm only
giving you four bits a cord. Fifty cents
is only four bits."
"Never mind dnt, boss, never mind
dat," replied the darky. "Dat's all right.
I'm a-giving him de extra two bits to
boss a white man."
Writing of contested election cases re
calls a speech of Frederick T. Crecnlinlge,
the eloquent representative Irom Massa
chusetts. A mcmlwr was praising the
exquisite rounding of his sentences,
whereupon a i exits congressman was
reminded of a story.
A Texas planter became engaged to
beautiful young Indv. She was the lielle
of the county. She hnd u line lorin, a
dignified bearing, handsome features, anil
and a perlect complexion. Her temper,
however, wns like that of Xantipie. cff
was the name ol an old darkey on the
plantation who was it grown man when
the plunter wns a child, lie hud cared
for the planter in boyhood, lie was a
devoted servant, proud of his master,
and iulerested in everything thnt effected
his wellnre. Hut he sum notning nnoui
the wedding- The planter noted the fact
und broached the subject.
"IcIT." he snid. one flnv. "vou Know
I'm going to marry Miss Bellinger?"
Yes." replied tne uurKev, "i Know it.
I haven't heard you say anything
about it," said the planter.
"No. was the answer: " tain i lor me
to do nuflin' about it. I isn't got nuHin'
"Isn't she pretty.'" asKen tne piuntrr.
"Oh, y-e-s, said the darkey, "she am
The planter was provoaea at mn tone
Look here, left." he said, "what the
devil is the matter with yon ?"
Oh. I isn't snving nurnn'!" was the
No. I know tnnt, out you re noing u
deal of thinking. What's your opinion
about it ?"
Well, mnssu." responded Jell, with
some hesitation, "you knows one thing
the most pisenest snakes nits got tue
most prettiest skins."
AMOS . LL HHI7IOS.
For Chief luativ of the nunremt Court:
HON. A. 8. MKRRI.MON.
For Aodate Ju.tlce of the- Bupremt Court:
HON. WALTHR CI. ARK.
FOR St'PRMIOR COI'RT JI'lHiR:
1st district C.rii II. Iirown, jr.,of Hraulurl.
Jil di.triet Kknrv K an v an. Ol craven.
4th dl.lriet eieiKK WlllTAKKK. of Wake.
Mh district R. W. Winston, of llrnnvlUe.
nth dixtrict B. T. IIdvkix, of Samixon.
7th district Jaxks II. mcivkr. oi Aioorc.
Nth district R I'. Arumki.ii, ol Iredell.
10th district J No. Cray llVNl'M, ol Hurke.
1 1th district W. A. Hokr, uf Lincoln.
l t tli.triet I II. Itl.oi-NT. of I'eruuimans.
I'd district j. M i'.rimaro, of llaillns
.Id district 1NO. B. WooilRld. of Wilson.
lh district Ii. W I'or.Jr. of Johnston.
fiih fli.triet K. n. i arkkr. ol Alamance.
(1th district (. H. Am.kn, of lnoir.
7th district Frank mcnkii.i.. ol Kicninonu
Nth district II. I'. l.oNfl, of Iredell
Uth district W. W. IIARHKR. uf Wilkes.
tilth district W. C. NKW1.ANH. ol cniowen.
llth I'islrict F I.O.RoRNil of MecklenliurK
ltll district tiRO. A. JoNSa. cl Macon.
PUR CONOR rss:
it dl.trlet W. A. H. llRANCll. of lleaufort
'Jd district- W . Roorrs. ol Noit-iainpton.
3d district II. F i.raiiv, oi nupim.
Ath tli.trlet H. II. lll'NN. Of Xnxh.
Sth district A. II. A. WILLIAMS. oi lirnnvine.
nth district M. B. Alriandrr, uf Mccklcn.
7th district J H. Hrniirrmin, of Rowan.
u.h H....lt up H II. lowl.R. of Wilke..
llth district W. T Crawroru. of llavwood,
Democratic County Ticket.
M. L. KI'.Kll.
J. F. I.OWRV.
J. M. CAMI'HIiLL.
II. L. RliYNOI.HR.
Hunerlor Court Clerk :
J. L. CATHKY.
J. H. OOURTNBY.
A. II. BTAKNItH.
I.. B. MellRAYBR.
THKV MKKT ON THK MTt'MP.
Crawford and Kwsrt's Joint Uo
W. T. Crawford and II. (',. liwnrt will
have joint debate as follows, if Kwart
Ashrville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
The siienking will Ixgin promptly at
WImsi Baby vras sJck, ws favs hsf CsiaoriSj.
Whew ahs was a Chud, shs orled f or Csalorla.
When ths beearo. Miss, abs elung to Csatorbv
Wb sbs had Cblklrao, aba gavs Uwio Castort
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THE ACCUSATION OF JEHUH.
Intvruallonal LeaNon V,
Quarter, Nov. a.
tOompllwl from lsson Helisr gimruirlv hv psr.
nifsslun of 11. o. llotrinnu, puaiinnur, i-iuittuei
M. "Then took they Hlin, anil led llltn,
and brought Him lnt the Uiixh priest's
house. And I'nti' fnllnwiil afar off."
John says that they took Hun und bound
Him, nnd led Him away to Annas flrat
(John xviil, 12, IMl. Matthew Hud Murk
both say that then all lite disciples Inrnook
Him and tied, but John adds that Peter
and another dlselple (no don lit himself)
afterward followed (Matt, xxvil, 50; Murk
xlv, SU; John xviii, lit. When .lesii.. sur
rendered Himself to iheut He linked that
the disciples mbrht Is' allowed la go their
way (John xviil, 8), but yet by their for
saking Him what became of their aasertlou
that they would die with Him rather thitn
deny Him (Mark xiv, illjf
55. "And when they had kindled a On
in the midst of the hall, and were set down
together, Peter sat down mining them."
This la surely a down grade. For a tew
verses now we leave our Lord in the hands
of His captors, aud consider Peter being
sifted. And what a contrast between ths
disciple and his Muster: The one faithful
unto death, the other In the company of
those who hated Him and were seeking
50. "Hut a certain maid beheld him sa
he aat by the Are, and earnestly looked
upon him and said, Tbia mun waa also
with Him." We nnt observed wheu we
leaat think it, nnd by those whom we think
see nothing. It a person go from home,
and belug among strangers, and unknown
(as he tliinksi, let him do the least thing
that he would not do If at home, anil it
will surely lie carried abroad aud at some
time brought home to him. Hut Peter
was here accused of nothing wrong, b
was simply imlnted out by this maid as a
follower of Jesua, and judging from hia
previous ennfeiuiinns in Matt, xvi, 111: John
vi, 08, IJU, we would huve exjierted bim to
stand by bis colors and rejoice tn own Je
sua aa hia Lord. Hut he was alone now
and in the midst of scnlTers, How have
you acted under similar clrcinistnnuesf
67. "And he denied Him, saving, Wo
man, I know Him not." Did you act that
way wheu you found yourself among tb
scoffers? Or If you did nut openly say
that you were not a I'hristiau, did your
silence wheu He was ridiculed, or the Bible
sneered at, give consent? Or du you al
ways by word mid deed proclaim yourself
on the Lord's side?
58. "Aud after a little while number saw
him and said, Thou art iilnu one of them.
And Felersaid, Man, I am not." Another
opportunity of confessing Christ is given
to this poor erring man, but again he loses
it and ndds sin to sin.
5V. "And nlsmt the .pace of one hour
after anoihcrcoulldently alliruied, saying,
Of a truth this ft-lluwaUo win with Uiuv,
fur he is a lialileun."
DU. "And Pctr snid, Mnn 1 know not
what thou anycsl. Ami immediately, while
he yet spake, the cs-W crew." .Matthew
says that he now liegau to curse and swear
(Matt, xxvi, Ui. Whul a sink of iniquity is
thebuurtof mini! I low desperately wicked:
61. "And the Lord turned, and looked
upon I'eter. And Peter reineiuliered the
word of tlio Lord, bow He hml said unto
him, Before tin- cork crow thou shall deny
me thrice." The, lird hml aeeu and heard
It all, and no tloiilil il grieved Him to His
heart, and Peter hud milled to His much
sorrow, bill He loved Ilia sinning oue
through il nil, and this look now turned
Usm bim must have been full of tonderest
love, minuli'il with dccHwt sadness.
it). "Ami Peter went out and wept bit.
tvrly." That loving look pierced bis heart
and brought him to bis senses.
113, "Aud the uieli that held Jesua
mocked Him and smote Him." We uow
turn from Peter, who failed, to Peter's
Lord, who fiilleth never. Peter they only
spoke to and accused of being with Jesus,
but Jesus they mock and even unite.
64. "Ami when they had blindfolded
Him they st nick him on I lie face, and
askod bim, saying. Prophesy, who is it that
smote thee'" Im not sight of the fact
that this 111 (rented one Is (hid inniilfast in
th. flesh. The lird of Hosts, the liod of
Israel, the mighty one uf Jaeuh. ihe only
Kedeemer of men. and thus l His treat
ment I roin th whom lie came to save.
Not for lriu I .nly did He sutler 1 hns, but
for you loo, dear reader, and for every
scholar In your class.
65. "Aud ninny other things blasphem
ously spake I hey against Him." llullet
ed, mocked, spoken against, but II falls
tt). "And iu whju aa it was day, the elders
of the people, and t he chief priests and ths
scribe oame together, aud led Him unto
their council." The fearful ulgbt had
panned and Ihe mora fearful day had coins,
67, 09. "Art thou th. Christ tell us.
And He said unto ihetn, If I tell you, y
will not liclieve; and If I also .ink you, V.
will not answer me nor lei ins go." H
knew that I hey meant to kill linn, and
tbst their (iie-.liou was an idle one. He
knew that His hour had cnuio lu lie offered
up, aud that this wits the way lo tb cross.
60. "Hereafter shall the 1S011 of Man sit
on the right hand of Ihe power of Ood."
Matthew adds. "And come In (he clouds
of heaveu" ixxvl, 01 1. He bus not yet been
brought before the Kouuin governor. II
has been before Annas and t'niaphaa, and
uow He Is i III la-fore the Jewish council,
and He reminds them of th words of their
pmphet Dnuiel (vll, 1.1) concerning tb
coining of the Sou of Man lu glory.
Til. "Then iud they all. Art 1 bou than
the Hon of (iisir And He said uuto them,
Y say that I am." He acknowledges that
It Is sven so. He Is the Sou of Man and
the lion of Und, the Divine human Mea-
alab, the liod man In sit In due time on
David a thmne. lie tnui liy word art aenn
proved Hliil-elf to be Ibe on foretold by
the prophets, mid now they are by their
conduit lulllliliiu other prophecies concern
ing Jllm, iik Peler .afterword told them
on the iln of Ptiilccoot i Acts II, ifet, l.
They will not believ It now, but some will
Uler, and many never. iHMoaver win
may. All unia-Uever must perish.
71. "And I hey Haul, NYluil need we any
further wliuc." for we ourselves have
bean! of hi' own mouth." Ho because
He aald lie u wliol He truly wns,
and whit iod (be bather bad nu
two s-i s-iuin suid from heaveu that
lis wasi.M.iit. ill. 17: xvll,5i, II lias In
their Jiidunieiil eoiuttiitusl an unpardon
able .iln .Hid niu-l Is' pui to death. Well,
let us not wonder if 10 this d ie the wrong
la often tipB'rnio,i mi l right goes lu th
wall; It will 1st so till He come. Hut let
n overcome by the lllood of the Lamh
and by the word of our tealiiuony, not
lovlug our lives unto th death.
I.Hdle ilaira Tried It
A unit! U-rufniv Indv customers have
tried "Mother's Friend," nnd would not
lie without for miinv times itsrost. They
recommend it to aU'who nre to liecome
mothers. K, A. Pavnc, druggist, urecn
Write HriullicKl Kcutiinior Lontiianv
Atlanta, lia.. for pnrticulnrs. liy nil
FISH AM) OYSTERS,
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. io Court Square.
otrtilil d vr
for Infants and Children.
Ca.torlaiaM well adapted to children that I Caatorla cures Colic, Constipation,
lreeomn1endlta....p.riorto.nypripUoa I g' MZh- dl-
known to ma.'
Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be banded in bv 10 o'clock a. m,
The Dally CHUen.
Is nlwavs alive to the interests
Asheville and its iieople.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Cnroliuu.
Is read bv a grenter numlier of people
than rnv other secular pntier in the
Is always filled with the choicest rend
ing mutter of the duv.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, und nil the news, makes the LIT-
izkn a general favorite.
No retail mcrchunt ever made n great
succen without advertising. Try the
An ndvcrtisenient in the Citizkn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
Breoml'lianri cook stove or rnnizc with
water hack." Sfiitl (Icttcriiitiunanil price to
W.J. ("... care Citntn, 1' (t Uox ttft. Slri.'lt'
Hikrhest nrire imid for 2.1 to AOcordftsotmd.
dry wood A(ipl to
octal turn SHAN.NA.MU iiuii-.i..
Cum tie tent tt'tiourottlier and typewriter
dcaire ponlttim. Pent of refertow ti ability.
ivc. AlM'iy ui r. 11 ...
octUltdat I'. (i. AHhcvillc, .n. C.
l-'lve hundnd nice straiulit Khiiric tree. 15
i If 1 1 feet hiuh : miip'e. iiottlttr or tvvantore.
Tor i u finer inioniuition a,iily to
t.int, a. run t'.i.i..
octaod2t wit Prrttlilenl .
A white bov 1- to !" vears ottl to learn
rtM'ktry buftiiRHH. 1- to
I 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 HKAMI,
ott'JltdMt Crolal I'alacc.
Twrntv head of Immn and ititileM, Annlv
nt K M. lieuvtr'n Iioumt. acn.HH county iron
ANTIill AT UNCIi.
A teacher of drnwinic I'l the cilv schools.
Must lie tliorouulilv iireiuired for the work.
Salary per iiionlh. Ailtlreos
t . i-. v. i . . ,
ocf.'Tdlf Supt City Schools.
Por clearing and ffrubhlir ut nhout Aftv
acre wood land : aUo lor KrulliiiK. plouKh
tnir and harroutnir about ifoo atrt-H tld
cleared lands. l;or further (nforttiHtitin an-
.y to UiO h. Powi.i.i.,
Ul'l.llrUwlVt II i-rc-nme.il.
Ten thousnnd eru..-tlr. wanted for The
Asheville and CriiKay Mountnin Railwny.de
livered on line between llenke'R I'.rccnhouse
nt norlh end of Charlotte street, and the top
of Smith'. Mountain. Must lie white oak,
post oak or chestnut oak. M feet lona. 7 inches
thick, und U Inch lace. Applv to W. II l.wvn,
president, or Ii. M. Lev, i-liief engineer
A ucnltcinan, niee Mfl, of esicriciice in vari-
,, iinra Hn, nliilllv tleMl'liias inaniiuer.
salesman. Imok kees-r etc., solier nnd rtlia
hie. ill .Ires lo locate In Anhevlllc Any repu
table lirro or Individual who can UTcr un in
ducement to auek a mun may nddrr.s
IA VIII Al.h.V MU'.K,
No. tin llwilinett street, Savannuh. flu.
You tu enll at once nnd leave your order
with K. H. I'errv. l I'ullon Avenue, fur a
nice piano or urimn. or leave your order for
tuning and repairing to be done bv Mr N. T.
limes, ! iinriiinau. no win oe nor rhimii
vnv.mli, e uo. Mr lone, is an artist in his
line and II costs no more lo have your work
dour by skilled workman Ihun it w ill to
hnve your instrument, mined liy a piano
lilsck.'mtth. nnler. are conilnic in rn idly,
nndn.no work will lie solicited alter Mr.
time. nrrivnl. ton hud liesl tome at once, as
his time here will Ik liinlud to ten days.
A iinlr fluid KvealasseH Won't mil nil'".
body hut the owner. Return to
j... Til 111 i-lll.'la U
nOVOi 11.11 s s. av .
tin Mn in street tir Pnttnn avtnuc itn last
Tumdnv niKht. a Kiibzht Templnr scarl p n.
Finder win ne rewarueu oy irHuiir n
Ot't.linlt" LI 1 l.li.-H WI'I'Kl.,
I 'ON SAI.H.
Several new hrallnit stuvi-s. for eonl. ut
less than osi. II Ii. VKliiliVUKIl, ilroccr.
IH't2ail2W ,t isortn Alllin rireei.
A four room rollniie furnished, with ser.
y mil's Iimusc
A mil v nl
7.1 IIMI.IiV STRHItT.
KnrMl.lle.1 house I'cillrnl l.oeullon. All
tmprovriuenls, Trrnia on nppli 'iillon Ap
ply 1'. 2 I'ATTi.N AVIiNI'H
JpilK RliNT, IM'RNISIIIill.
V..r,. aelrillile resldi nee with seven rooms.
oiilliullilliiHs, rlv , for sis months or lonitrr.
apply HI r... ....... ...
Suburban residence, one mile frinu city on
fki..rriini,n avenue road, handsomely snd
coinpleitly furnished and eipilpned i esoulslie
vlewi esten.lve Rroumla; two Iresh Jersey
co.vsi winter anrden i horse, and vehicles If
desired, rosses.lon given lsiui novciniicr.
owner iMvupyina In .umnnr only would
muke periunnem arrnnitement with party
drlrlnir a winter residence Addnss
septlldtf H tl. HICK UO. A.I'J.
A DMINISTHATOR'a NoTICU
The undrralgned having administered on
the estate ol Jnnie. enrson, oec o, n reov no.
ir nil iwnnn. havlna claim. Sltaln.t the c.
tale to iirewnt the .nme wnhln twelve
m.i III. from thi. date, or thl. niti.e w III lie
iilra'i.d In bar of (heir payment. Peraon.
indebted (o theestnte will plena, come for
ward and make settlement forthwith.
T. C, II. Dt'KftB,
J. M. CAIN, .
Aaheville. Oct. 14, 16VU. Adm'rs.
ucllt uat wed
I Wluiout injurious medication.
Tbs Csktacs Coarairr, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
The AHhevllle Citizen Ulvea
The latest local news.
The freshest State news.
The licst general news.
General and Heciiil comments.
The Inrgesl subscription list of any
secular piicr in the State.
The best advertising medium in the
A full stuff of nble editors nnd corres
pondents. The neatest, newsiest nnd most enter
prising pnper in North Carolina.
Its efforts are nlways devoted to the
upbuilding anil development of the re
sources of the State, pitrticulorly the
Subscription, $0 )ier annum; $3 six
months: 50 cents per month.
MICKOMIi KIM.BH i
the must wonderful med
icine, in beeauHC it hat
never failed in any la
ntnnce, no matter what
thcdUeasW, from LHP
HOSV to the aimplent
ditteae known to the hu
The scientific, men of
to-tlHy claim and
prove that every di
CauMed by Mtcroben,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
lixterniinates the Mlerolie. anil drive, them
out of the system, and when that I. done
vou cannot hnve an uche or pain. No mat
ter what the disease, whether a simple case
of Mnlaria Fever or a combination of dia
ease., we cure them all at the aunie time, a.
we treat all disease, constitution ally.
Asthma, Ciiiisuniptitin, Cmiirih. Ilrun
chilis, Micunmtism, Kidney uml Liver
Disease, Chills ami Fever, Female
Traulih s. in all its tiirms, anil, in fact,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See thnt our Trade-Murk (.am. a. above)
upiiear. uu cucb jug.
Send for hook "History of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Ph.
Sole A Kent. Asheville. N. C.
novl7dlv tu In un
W. H. A. WILLIAMS,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. lilitfle and Valley atreeta.
Shuck Matlress. $2 no Minn mattress.
sit on. Sinule a nek mattress, fj no. struw
iiinttnss. coti'-n top. SI 7.t llsir miittresse.
made to order. I pholsterliiK neatly and
sulisinntinllv done ut low price..
Telephone H. codlm
,1.. virtue .,r n deed of trust executed liv H.
II. II -It and wile I.. A. Hall, to the under-
sinned R. V. Wolle. as truster, nnteu tne 1st
iliv of i ietiit.ee. 1HMU. nnd reuisten-d In book
I H on patte II ol the Record, of MortKUgrs
lindlH-rosol l rust oi uunconioe county, n.
C. I will sell at public sale to the hiKhe.1
, bidder for cash, at the court house d..or in
i A-hrvlltr. on Monday, the 1st day of lem
lier. I hiio, the lollowlnit lot ut land and all
huildinps und improvement, thereon, to-wit.
thnt certain lot uf liind .ituntril on the en.t
side ol Itruot street In the city of Ashevllle. Iie
l lllnnlnii nlnstakeontheell.t mnrKin ofllepot
' stn-et, II. II Cosliv's northwest corner, and
' nins with his line NO fret lo a ten foot alley;
thence no-lhwnrdlv 1 1 a line parallel to lie
. pot street, north HI dcBTcca east o feet to a
twelve fool al'ev thince with aouth mnrKin
ol anld nllev. north fill dcKrcca. west MO leet
lo a slake on the east margin ol II pot street,
thence with lleput street south 111 degree,
wv.t 00 feet to the beginning W1
I Oct. SM, IM'.IO. Trustee.
llv virtue of u deed of Ini.t. e.eculed by S
II. I'fnll and wile L. A. Mail to the under
sinned lleorue S Powell, ns trustee, to secure
to I. M. Camplieli, the sum of ftve hundred
ollnra dnlrd the I7lh day of Septemlier.
IMMii, and n-Kisiereill" book 17, on pnae 4u6
of the reeordu of niortanues nnd ile.il. ol
lrut ol lluiiC' mlic county, I will sell at pub
be snle lo the h' st bidder lor cash, ut the
court hoe door In the city of Aheville. on
Mondav the 1st ol D.-ceiiilier. lMUO, the fol
lowlns lot ol land and all biill'linus and lin-
iro-tmriits thereon, to-wll, that certain lot
ol lund .On n Oil on the en.l lde of Depot
stre. t In the cilv of Ash' vllle. Iieiil inlng at a
stake on theeiist mnritln ol said I epolstreet,
II II. osbv's north. .est comer, and run.
with his In'v mo ftet lo n ten I alley,
t hi nee northwardly lo a Hue p.nillil lo De
pot st eel, norlh Id degrcis east no feel lo a
nvrli, n.iit nllev. thence with south margin
ol said nil' v north An degree, west an feet to
n .li.Ue un Ilie ellMt ntlll'tf It of D 'lOt sirect.
Ihi n with Depot stnst south IMdcgrrva west
no iiel lo tin- ih'kiii nm. .
mill. S. I'OWI I.L, Trustee
Oct. 2li, IMiio.
mm nre wew nuesirrottaM
it HtirfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
ItrsnbetrtvpnlnrtilTiv.teft.nrln srticlssnf fnod.
without ths knowleilur of nalHnt If nrwiarr:
It Is slMwtiiuly harmb'M snd will eifwt a rni
ntni anil RMtMiy tiirr, "iivuirr inr iwii-ni i
nnHtpratedrliikeroraiislrohMiif wn-rk. IT NKv
kii t'AiLM. UiiiMTttiro wi iiiiiiHv and alth surb
rt-n. itv ibssi ih- imiiim iiiMtratHi no tnron-
venisncs. and smm his rmiipirtf n'ft-rmsiion kt
SOMUNA S pSagS UDi m-l, i U W U6M1 ui
KAVHOK V HM1TM. l-muuint-i,
Aiheville, N. C,
aii'J6 diVwIy nit in wed frt
HKALHS IN -
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Agent for Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala Aahevlll., N.C,
TO WEAK HEN
nOHrlnf from UrtrthwO off Mlkral mr ru
amy, WMllnt waakniaa, Ual manhood, 9f.t I wifl
sand a vslaabui Inula, f Mslwtl mlalulBf fkll
psrllralan for koma enn, FRtl f thwffc A
splaadld madkal work i abould b. rsavd by vary
(ua who is sssrvea. ao4 blUlakid. AddiM
rresf. V. C. rOWLKB, KesMUss, CMSb
ANIiW DliKD, caratully prepared by lead
Ina memlier. of th. A.bevlll. bar lof
Sneat narehment and heavy flat oarar). eof
.ring all neenwary point., Ju.t out and now
on .ale at tn. omit oi tu. ciTisan fvaLiaai
mo Co., No. North Court acinar. aalt
Swmira.ill.is si SMWt smsImi
RICHMOND & DANYILLE R. R. CO.
Weatcra North Carolina lllvi.lon.
FA8SBNGBR TRAIN BCHBUULB
(In liFPKCT Aucust 31)
76th Meridian time used when not otherwise
""llASTBOUNIL rNo7'61 NoTftS
(90th mer.) fl Bflpm 81 (lam
" Aaheville, 12 40am 2 02pm
Ar. 8alialiury, finilam 842pm
" Danville, 9:2am 10 20pm
"Rich m ond, a 10pm I 4nSqml
" Raleixh, lollpml 7:inam
" Goldaboro, 22Rpm 112 40pm
" Wilmington Botlpml
" Lynchburg, 12 2fVpm 12.1ftam
" Washington 71opm OB 3am
' Baltimore, 8 nopm 8 26am
" Phila., aooam 1047am
'New York, 6 2lnm ll 2opm
" WBaTBouau. ' NoTao NoTsa
Lv. New York, 1 ilTflum 4 3llpm
" I'bila., 7 20am 6S7pm
" Baltimore, U4nnm BSOpm
" WaahiiiKt'n 1124am llOOnm
" LynchhurK. fi40pm 607am
Richmond, I 3110pm I 2 30um
Danville, I K4upra HOAaml
Goldshuro, 2 40pm
RaleiKh, I 4411pm
"Salisbury. 1 12 4(ianT
8 00pm ,
1 1 2Snm I
Ar. Asheville, 7 22am
Knosv ile. I
No. 66 I
A. 6t 8. R
916amlL Asheville, Arr. 7oopm
1009amAr. Hendersonville, " 607 pm
1242 pm" Spartanburg, Lv. S40pm
' Mt'RI'HY BRANCH.
No. 18 I Ilally escept Sunday.) No. 17
7 3amUv. Asheville, Ar. 4I6 p m
93namKr, Wayneaville. " 2(6pm
242 pml " Hryson City. " 948 am
6 fit) pml " Andrews. Lv. flfioam
Nob. SO and 61. I'ullmau Sleeper, between
RaletKh and Morriatown.
Nm. 02 and oa ruiimun Hunet sieepine
Cars between Hot SprlnKa ond Waahington.
W. A. Wl.NrJl HN, II. r A.,
Aaheville. N. C.
I AS. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
waabinaton u c.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTBST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Kannni City In 87 hear.
Aaheville to Heaver In 51 hours.
Asheville to Kan Francisco. California, and
Portland. Oregon, In A davs.
Holid Vestibuled Trains Ht. Louis to Kan
sas City. Keclininf? chair car free.
For full Information call on or write to
B. At Newland,
District Passenger A (rent.
No. 10 Patton Ave.. Aiheville, N.C.
J. CHARLTON. O. P. A.. Chicaira. UI.
TLANTIC COA8T LINB
On and after this date the folio win sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Ui vision.'
No. 63 Leaves Columbia" 0.20 p. m.
Arrives at Charleston.... tt.SO p. in.
No. S3 Leaves Charleston......... 7.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia 11.65 a, m.
Connectina with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia & Auj
truota and Columbia & Greenville Railroads.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Ajrt.
f. P. PRVINR. nm tnt.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICACO, MILWAl'KBK 8T. PAUL
AND NORTH ERN PACIFIC K. R'8.
Throiiirh Pullman Sleeoina: Car leaves Chi
cacti dnily at 6.3. p. m
for st. raui ami Minneapolis.
FnfKO, North Dakota.
llelrna nnd Butte, Montana.
The Yellowstone Park.
' ttpnknne Falls and Tacoi ta.
M Portland, Oregon.
Best Route to Seattle and all Sortb Pacific
The iscrnic line to California. ia Portland
and the Shasta Route.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For informatit-n apply to anv A (rent, or
address A. V. H. Cahpkntkk. cneral Pas
scnKrr AK?nt. Chicago, III., or . C. BRAUV.
Southern Paseniier A Kent, Louisville. Ky.
Palaci STtaMtas. Low Rati.
Four Trips par Wak BMwem
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
rstssksFtJ BSUlt sts. Mlrlf, SM i4U
Buroa Wy rorta,
vsry Wssk Dsy Bstwsa
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
SskM s.tev Trip. ..n J.M, Jsly. IsiHl M. Ssl.
Double TMlly Uu. Biwsm
CHICAGO AND 8T, JOSEPH, MICH.
auaj,nd r.our.1 n Tlpk.-. will bsfumwh
by your Tluk.i Anl, or .di-M.
(. B. WHITCOMB. 0. P. A.. Dinner, Mn..
Oatroit and Cleveland team Nav. Co.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE Of STLSMIN.
Via Calf aatt hm4 fraterrissrf Ural a.
Tb. .loellsBea and weaiina au.lltle.of vll. aVs.
cannot ba better shown th.o by tb. elmns I
iiBHia na uoiuanaa or oonataa, waara
O shoo, at a popular price. .
an msa in uongrsss. nuiuaa ana Mmom
$3&$2 SHOES tJSiU.
har. bass moat t svnrahly rse.lvd bIdm hmodiieaa
.nd th. recent improvement, maae laoai aaswlor
to .dt ahoaa sold at then, prlewa.
Aaa your malar, .na ir h. e.nnm nppr vow Ma
dli-eel to factory anoloila( adearUMKl prioa, el a
poMal for order btsnba.
V. 1 UOUULAS, raefclasb Maas.
POR SAI.li BV
WEAVER e& MYERS.
Bdltor Aaheville Cltlaeoi
That oar many Friend, may know how wt
an ettin on we will .taw that we look la
In Hotel anu Btor.
f 9,000 lu Vive Weeks,
Took In laat Saturday over $700. 76 ei
that was hotel, balance atore. Hotel reft
teredasthat day. Had .000 arrival, hi
S month,. Oar stvck Is mammoth BOO hat
loos: and 18 feet wide, T.II the balaant of
the world to come and see "Old Chad" rail.,
aad buy goods of s aad save 10 ta M per
I seat. '
I aovUdtf . I. CUSOMTM OM.
tmMO Onalaa Hssdewsa, sa al.tan.aai
O atrllab areas aba. whlob coenawad, RsvU.
wSMH.sdHi.wed W.il. Afln. oalttaos
rau.lled fnr atyb, .nd durabliny. .
ladvaar Welt la (be Maadanl dmS