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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1890.
A troublesome skin oHseusu
Id used me to scratch fnr ten
' months, and has been cured bv
u tew day we of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff, .
t'pper Marlboro, ikl.
I was ruml sc-vrmi yen, una of
white swelllnp In i v li K ly iln use of
8. 8. 8.. anil hnvn IiikI no symptoms ot
any return of llui discnso. Many prom
inent physicians nileniltil mu nud all
failed, but 8 8. 8. ili.l work.
PMJU V KlIlKPATKII'K,
Juliuson City, Ten.
Treatise nu Hluoil Skin Disease
Swift hpucirir Co..
t AtlmilH. Oa
m't tlftdAiwl v
DR. J. H. WILLIAM.,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
Honrs-io A. !M. to a I, M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Keome ft uml il, McAfee Huildink.
Hour 10 ii. tn. to 1 p. in. nnd 4 to 41 . m.
TcleMie No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
. (. He as?. Hendry Block.
S TE IS OGRA PIIER.
"a." s7 graham"
iimix er J H Law's Store. Mouth Main
Pilling with silver or nniulatitn....."oe. lo7r.e.
" " goUi tl.oo nn.l upwnnl.
Met of teeth t.oil.
Ite-at act ot teeth ts.uo.
No letter tniidc. ni matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Craw.ord,
Honms A anil U, McAfee Huilding.
Cation Avenue. Aailcv Ik-, N. C.
PKACTICK l.llllTKH T.I TIIK
Kye, Kar, Throat and Now.
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in Ihc loth ami luih Judicial
IHstricl. iH North Cntolinn uml in th. Su
preme Court anil thr Federal Oouitol lb.
Western district of Ni.rlh Cnrolinu.
riiHi.. P. luvinsnx. Til... A. Jonhs
Kalelgli. Us. O. Mam.is. '..Ir viMi
J)AVIIXON. MARTIN HlM ti.
Attorneys uml Ci-utisello.n m I. aw.
Asheville. N. l
Will printlcr In the 1 1 ih anil I Jill .lui!u-iil
District., unit in thr Hiiiircmc Courl ol N.irlh
L'ari.tina, and In the I'eUcrnl C'.uiis ,,r tin;
Western IHstrlrt .il Norlh Carolina.
KcKr to Haul- i.l Ah.lll.-. ItH'l
Architect anil Contractor.
Plana, snedncallons and estimates fur.
nl.hctl. All work In my linr eontrnrted for.
and no rhergee lor drawing on contract
Krfcrcni-M whrn delrril.
i intra : No. 1 a Hendry Hlixk. Nurlli L'nurt
aquar. A.brvillc. N. C lrl.ll'iM
R. H. KBKYK. O.D.i. II. K. SMITH. II. I..
Dra. Rcctca tk Hmlth.
Ill Connaiiy fiuiiaina. u.vr Knlwood. Mure,
Teeth exiraetril without puin, with the new
narlhetic, and all eaaea of Irri iinlnritv eor
P MAMMA V, ii. n a
liver the Niitlonal llnnk of Ahevllle. Ilur.
nanl lliilldlilg. Mealdence. Hit Charlotte at.
, MONiuiv aicKNiaa
If TftntN OUKtMB CWANOl 6 Ut
jbook TO' W0MAN'''i
morw resuutm co. Atlanta ba.
17 South main Htreeti
Hart everything: la the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
and aell them as cheap and deliver them at
vuur home as iulik aa any house In the city.
I'rvsh vesvtalilrs trom the country every
A .rial will show you v. hut we eau do.
se'itl7dtf II VHK HMOTIIKHrl.
Wtf , R, PENNIMAN,
Piinl'KMI Kin !
THE ASHEVILLE RRICV V.'OHKS.
. t:.ik I'
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
In 1 loo Uays, wllhout I'hIii.
I'pi'VenU Htrloturn. I'oiiliilua no
m-rld or poinnnous anlmtiiitri, and
ailarnntml aliaulnt. lv lnirinl.iL
pnwrllHl b rilir.leliins niiil
I'mnoitdril bv if man l.ta. lrirM ail.
no,,, oy uniKRini. Ilwwnrtt off KnlM
fOK a4.U II V
RAYSOR ft WITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C
THREE WEEKSA SULTANA.
AN 1MIHH OIHI. IN AN HA.ST.
Mlie llld Not I.Ike It and Found a
Way in Hay ho That Wish Forci
ble If Not AltoKelher Kleunnt.
I'rom the New York World.
Tlie visit of an Kiic'lish t.ln-ut riettl
troupe to Cairo nut loin; after Ismail's
promotion to the tbrone was quite un
event in Knyptiun society, esptcially ns
the physical ilramn was then in the ear
lier stages of development, and its living
illustrations were still eomparativelv
youthful. Ismnil went uml saw and was
conquered, more particularly by the am
ple attractions ol an actress known by
the stage name of Clara Kuollys. Clara,
whatever her real name might have been,
was of Irish origin, and had tcmiicr as
well ns good looks. The oiler innde in
behalf of Ismail might have tlazled n
more scrupulous woman, nnd she con
sented to be added tn the indefinite list
of royal wives.
At first the was given to understand
Hint she would be (icrniitted to enjoy
some ol' the liljerlies according to her sex
in western countries, hut Ismail was of
too selfish a disposition for this to Inst,
and one day Clara's black attendant
brought her a crcniptory order to con
fine herself to the harem. This wns too
much lor Clara. Alur iheeommaiid had
liccn translated to her the uttcudnul
thought lor u moment that she wns
going into n lit. Hut she wasn't at
least it was only a lit ol tcinKT. finishing
aside the sablt shadow she darted Iroui
t be women's apartments, and into the hall
where Uinail was just then giving an
audience, fortunately lor Clara, to the
Krilish envov. Tile Khedive was seated
eross-legged on a divan ami the envoy
near him, both talking confidentially.
Suddenly n vision in lemaledress ruhed
in and Ismail lelt himself seized by the
"I'll teach ton. von old reurobatc. to
try to make an Bgyptiau mummy of tin
IrUh girl!" yelled Clin .
The attendants dasiieil up with drawn
swords and Clara would soon have been
t'lirv.'d but tor the prompt interposition
of the British iill'icir, w ho saw that the
woman vwisa lirl!ov-suljecl of thetjiiecn.
She was permitted to g unharmed and
ii possibly still exhibiting her charms
upon the variety st iger Site was a sul
tana just three weeks.
I'lillilliiu'H I'rc-lty HauKhlerM.
ChiciIKo News, New York Letter.
Two dashing young women tluse.
They arc the Misses Pullman of the
world. I sav of the world, because
while their home is in Chicago, thev
know as many H.'ople in lln-lon, New
York, London, Pans, and Vienna as in
the Lake City. They wnlk as erectly as
greiwulier guards. They are siiierbly
dressed, but their clot liiuu is not in nnv
sense loud. They arc ' tli tall, averag
ing pretty ne.irlv six Kit in height ; have
rosy checks, clear skin, and constitutions
made siroug bv judicious work in the
gymnasium. Thev are seen very often
at the ohiu in this city, go in the theu
trr I'reriiieiilly. and are known in many
of the Ihsi houses on Filth avenue. 1 hev
SNud their time at the Windsor hotel,
and whenever I hey visit this city their
society is eagerly besougiit by young
men ot the licst families; ainl why
fhoiildu't they lie sought, lor they are in-di'iK'Hih-ntly
wealthy, as well us iKMiuti
liil, and some day will Is- worth their
weight in gold. I'hey are both cultured,
iH' ik it li.dl 1 1 ilea languages with llu
cney. and have somi thing elre to do in
tin- world besides ibxs, ultpough thev
are admirably gowned. In addition to
their other accomplishments t'.iey are cx
H.Tl horsewomen, and on these bright
Oclols.T mornings ure illicit seen gallop
iug through Central Park. The world
goes verv well witu them.
A InrcnHlIc Telephone Ulrl,
Prmn the lwlaton Journal.
A "telephone girl" who knows sug
gests tin sr rules for H.'ople who use the
telephone: If vou have it telephone in
your office or store, ring up "central"
and then go nnd wail on it customer.
Always Swak in nn undertone, in order
l.i make "mitral" ask you over what
you waul. II she doe not hear you, tell
her to "wake up" or "lake the cotton
out of her ears." I'm your "plug" in lie
lore a storm, anil lie sure not to lake it
otii again, but go around to the central
office and olVcr to lick the whole tele
phone company lor neglect ol dulv.
Take vour tunc in answering vour liell,
or, what is lietter, do not answer it at
all, but in about halt an hour ring up
and ask who called vou, and get mad il
"central" has forgotten who il was.
Slit has nothing else lo do hut remember.
Allow evervbody who wants to, to use
your telephone.' Il.ing I he receiver big
end up, as in this way it gels lull ol dust,
which makes another cause lor com
plaint. Hang on the transmit u-r withn
lead iH'ueil, a though vou intended to
knock it ihrougli the wall. This iuvari
alilv makes il talk belter. Keluse to pay
toll messages, nnd if you are on a line
with sonic one, nlways listen lo their
conversation, mid be sure to want to use
the line w hen they arc doing so. When
ever you see the manager, tell him that il
be c.iunot give vou a better telephone or
get that one fixed you will throw the
whole thing out ol the window. When
the iusHvtor coin.1-, denv thai you have
ever complained of the telephone, uudsny
lliiil ii works like u charm.
I'usle this in your telephone for future
A Illootl-Tliiitlliiir AinbiiMcucle.;
Cupt. Kins In Novt-mlHr ntitiuic
The rocky walls of the canyon re
sounded with the crash of a score of lire
arms. The driver, with n convulsive
gasp, toppled forward out of his scot,
his bauds still clutching the reins One
of the lrooKTs elapK'd his hand to his
forehead, his reins lulling useless tiKin
his horse's neck, and reeled in the saddle
ns his charger whirled about and rushed,
snorting with fright, down the narrow
road. It the iiislanl ol the tiring the
sounds of n doieti 'spats" told where
the leaden missiles hail lorn through the
stiff canvas cover of the auibiilanre; and
Slieriii'k, with blniiebcd face, Ic:ihmI from
t!ie riddled vehicle and plunged heavily
forward upon his ban Is and knees Two
of the trooKrs spranu from I heir saddles
and, crunching behind u bouldi r across
' he Mini, oieiiid (it v up the opposite hill
s' The xTiicuul and his eoinnnle,
i i.'iidii.g low over their horses' necks,
e.inie I liuuilcring back down the canyon
iusi in lime to sr the males whirl nbout
o smld nl n 10 i blow the ambulance
in ilf "li. 'I In iron sale was hurled
i: 10 i I'c shallow ilileh, tin wagon bed
Mra :uMil nctos t In- pi . , si ran form ol the
uii iii-islei ro'liii-.: I ,i in .iter an I ovir
mil ii doen limes, anil I lien, with a
wi'ck ol canvaH. lint'i. ibiilns and
ir Mbit 1 1 in; ii' ibeir lids, the four
mi'lcs went milling awav down the
To insure chnngr of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be bunded in by 10 o'clock u. m,
JF.BUM BROUGHT TO COURT.
International I.eanon VI. Fourth
Quarter, Nov. 9.
Compiled from Lesson Hnlper Qiuirtsrly by par
nuimlun ot U. b. Hoftuuui, publisher, Philauel
phis. I, "And tha whole multitude of them
arose, and lod Him uuto Piliite." It it
written In Ps. tl, I, , that tha Gentiles
rage aud the kings of the tmrth sot them
selves and the rulers take counsel together
against the Lord and sgalnst His anointed!
to that to fulfill the Scriptures Jesus had
tn puss through the huuds of Rentiles as
well as Jews. And there we And Him In
9, "And they began to accuse Him, say
ing, We found this fellow perverting
the uutioii, and forbidding to give trib
ute to L'uisar, saying that lie Him
self Is Christ a King." Thus the rulers of
the Jews accused Jesus before Pilate.
What an accusation) Two lies and one
truth In thut which Is here written.
8. "And Pilate asked Him, saying, Art
Thou the King of the Jews? And lie an
swered him, nud said, Thou snyest it."
The accounts In .Matthew and Mark agree
with this, but John gives the additional
information that Jesus mid to Pilate,
"Sayest thou this thing of thyself, or did
others tell it thee of Mer" (John xviii, 84).
4. "Then said Pilate to the chief priests
and to the people, I find no fault In this
man." According to the account in John,
Pilate said these words three dUTereut
times (John xvlil, 88; xix, 4, 0, thus giving
a threefold direct testimony to the Inno
cence of Jesus. And this from the Human
governor, who was certainly supposed to be
capable of forming a somewhat correct
judgment concerning a person's guilt or in
nocence. 6. "Aud they were the more fierce, say
ing, He stlrrcth up the people, teaching
throughout all Jewry, beginning from Gal
Hoe to this place." Afraid of losing their
prey, they lie more vehemently concerning
5. "When Pilate heard of Galilee, he
asked whether the man were a Galilean."
fie saw himself in a iliiBuult position and
was glad of the possibility of escape from
it. lie hail before him an Innocent man,
ttnd also a cruel und hhsidthirsty people
crying for the death of that Innocent man.
How could it Ui that from Galilee to Jeru
salem all the people were stirred upngalnst
Canar by this man's teaching and the Ko
muu governor uever have heard of it.
Pilate sees uuw foolish and ungrounded
this accusation Is and he pays no heed to it.
lie Is only auxious for some way out of hit
T. "And us soou us he knew that He be
longed unto Herod's jurisdiction, he seut
Him to Herod, who himself tdo was at
Jerusalem at that time." In chap, iil, 1,
we rend thul Pontius Pilate was governor
of Judea aud Herod tetrarch of Galilee.
Herod's lieiug in Jerusalem lit this time
wus no doubt of God, that he, too.asauother
Gentile ruler, might see and testify to the
innocence of Jesus, thus providing two
witnesses from aiiioug the Gentile rulera.
8. "And when Herod saw Jesus he was
exceeding ghid, for he was desirous to see
Him of a long season, because he hud heard
mauy things of Him; and he hoped to have
seen some minuie done by Him." In
cusps, ix, 9, we tusru that aflvr bebeuding
John, rierod heard of Jeans and desired to
see Him. In Mark vl, 14, we read that
Herud thought thut Jesnt was Julia the
Baptist risen from the dead, and that that
accounted for Ills uiighty works. Jesus tha
Nsxitt-eue was evidently talked about even
ut Herod's court, but il must have been at
some wouder worker uiuoug the pisir, of
whotu the rich and the great knew very
little. If Herod wanted much tu see Him
why did he not tee Hnnr Jesus did uot
keep Himself hid. As this verse Indicates,
his desire was only to see the wouder work
er and some of His wonders, but it wss not
worth bis while to put himself out for it.
He really wanted nothing from the poor
Jew nf N'!i7.iinth, for whut could a poor
despised Xux-ircmt do for so great a ltoinan
citizen ns Herod li lt now at lost they are
fuce to face; let us observe aud listen.
V. "Then he questioned with Him In
many words, but He answered Him noth
ing." Jesus is quietly going forward to
His death. He is in the hands of His en
emies, aud neither In the heart of Herod
nor in the heart of auy one of His accusers
is there the least desire to hear the truth to
which He came to bear witness. So He it
silent. Herod would like to be entertained;
the Jews want ouly His death; entertain
ment Jesus will not give; Ue came uot fur
that purpose; He came to give eternal life,
but that Herod does not want.
10. "And the chief priests and tcrlbet
stood and vehement ly accused Him." Rep
resentative of the great accuser from
whom all the followers of Jesus auifer, the
father of lies, the accuser of the brethren,
let us not fear either Him or His, nor be in
the least moved; they can only go as far at
God permits, but a hair of our heads they
oatinot hurl beyond this present time.
II. "And Herod with bis men of war set
Him at naught, and mocked Him, and ar
rayed Him in a gorgeous rube, and sent
Him again to Pilate." Thus Is Uis meek
ness rewarded by these cruel ones. He will
not gratify their curiosity nor entertain
them with Hit wonders, aud this it their
revenge, and Ha suffers it meekly, like all
the rest of tbeir ill treatment. It there not
aomething like this on the part of many to
day, who will not aay anything good of
tuch aa refuse to provide entertainment
for the curious iu the house of God, aud
prefer the truth and the truth alone to
draw and keep the people, believing that
Jeans lifted up la sufficient to draw and
aave and keep; In fact, that the old, old
story of Jesua and Hit love la all our need,
and even though we he set at nought and
mocked and despised for it we will meekly
keep on our wayf Be not discouraged,
dear teachers and preachers. If the Herodi
ans (the worldly ones) despise you for your
narrow waya when you join not with them.
Think of Jeeua despised and crucified, and
let the cross be all your glory. There are
many with whom it it useless to argue; the
only way orttimes it to say nothing.
UL "Aud the same day Pilate aud Herod
were made frlentla together; tor before
tbey were at enmity Isitween themselves."
It, is not strange that two tucbas Pilate
and Herod ahould be at enmity, for they
knew not the Prinotof Peace; hut it la
strange indeed when those who bear the
name of the Prince of Peace are at enmity
among themselves and will- not unite la
lllttervtoe; yet tuoh thlngt are often seen.
They will unite against Him, and often be
orought toget her by some scheme which
dishonors Him, and It on the aide of Hia
eueinlaa; but to humble before Him for
united effort for His glory, some, will not
do It. Blessed are all tush aa are made
friends on His ladialf.
THK KQUITAItl.K LII-'K
ANBI'R ANt'K OCIKTV.
t1117.tnn.H011. j a
II. II. Monroe, Aft..
Ashcvlllc, N. C.
1 iin.-e :t'J Hnulli Main street, nut rttf
TO ALL, POINTH.
kiillrosil tickets bouaht, sold and cuiluiiiMi-d.
lt triii'iHncttons ettnmnteed.
C. P. RAY,
Opposite gwannanoa Hotel.
"CutorlaUsoweU adapted to children that I Castnrla cures Colle, Constipation,
IrccomniendltassupsriortoanypreKHpUoa Worai'grsll SaM. 01
knows to me." II, A. Anemia, M, D., I eertioiiT
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Without iujurlous medication.
Tat CtsTAca Coxpakt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
When Baby wat sick, we gave her Cantoris.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cantoris.
When she became Miss, she clang to Csstoria
When she had Children, she gave them Castor!
A I.Hdy In Texas wrltem
My case is of long standing; has baf
fled niaiiv physicians; have tried every
rcmrdv I could bear of, but Itradfirld'a
I'cnialc Regulator is all that relieved inc.
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Tn wnt t'.ir iinc uti SimuIiiv iiltt-rmitiii 11 nnir
offinod driving mtiie and two iteiitt'd cur
riant-. Addn-Htt "K," cituttn mlUv.
WANTIili V ACTIVR, MOMiST MAX
!. lary 100 tin ntll'y it' Hiihalile. with
ofiportiiniiir'it lr a- vaiuvi in n-priwiit hi
cnllva rt-NpitMihlc New York In nine. Kef r
cnecH M si h AcrrkliK. I.oek tu t. ".", . Y.
I'ettple tit U-itve their urdfr at ViMiniii
C.. T7 I'ntH'ii Avi'Mue, tur ttiniii mil, it--
Itniriuit riuiMtK. nrutiiiit. Are, dy I'nii J. !
liuhent nriee naid for to. lot'- nUnmmd,
drv wood. Apply t
betrtl dim SWAVNANOA IIOTI.I..
Twenty head of horses lilld lli.lles. Annlv I
nt I M.'lH-aver's house, ueross county iron
jyASTIili AT ONCIi.
A teacher of drsivlnir I i Hie dlv si-lio,,l.
Must Ik- thoroughly prcpnri-d lot the work.
Salary S4T is-r month. Address
I'. I'. CI. X 1'ilS.
oet'J7dti Sunt. City H- liools.
l.l)ST, STKAVliD OK STnl.liX.
tine nliich cow and one he fer rstrnyiilfioiii
our lot on Oak .nwi A II enil ri-ward for
their return or inlornuiHon ns to tlu-ir m hrn--nnouis
W. II. WU.I.IAMKii.s.v 1.1).
JTKAVI Ii OK P.TOLHN.
line large nil nnd while H,ttrd cow. Will
pnv for her return or Inloriiuitu. i.t ht-r
ou.lldlw II. C llfVT.
TTBNTItlN, HdHSH OW NHK.
I huve for sulv one village eart. ns- top
ItutfEV and one two seuc,l oak llnished
vehii-le, sulllllilv l-r one or two h.,r-es- nil
nenrlv new nt the foilowinu prices, nspie
lively, t-W.OO, f,.1.oo, 7f on.
II II l'TT"hOS.
nnvlldtf Cor lllllside nnd Idist St.
FOR RUST. 1
I'leasant light rooms. I.ndi.s' light Ini.i.
ne s no onjeelion. ul n7Honin aisoi mre i
Two roinfortfible sunny ronnis.suilslilr lor
light hotiM-k.-eping. Apidy i.t
novlldtf :i.t BAIl.l-'V HTKHHT.
Hurnisltt-.l house Central Locution. All
littproveitii-ole, T.rtus on ni..l.--n i.n -e
ply IV1I I'ATTuN AVIiNI'lt
Htibtirbnn residence, one mile from city en
Mi-rriinon nvennv rond, liund.omely nnd
coitliletilv furnished nnd eitilis-.l ; i-Rfutslte
view; exien.ive groiiiiON: two lit-.h Jersey
eo -is: winter garden; horses uml vehicles il
desired. I'osscs-lim glieil ll of Novellilier.
Owner oecut.ving III stimiinr only would
make iH-rmtitieui arrangement with puny
desiring a winter icsl.lcnee Addnss
M-pti-oitt' i- ii, i.i ick mix n;w,
jsku8I'asi-:ki takk notich.
All (Kraotis an- notllieil that nil binds Is-,
lonelni tolll-- West .iM, villi- linpm. eniiut
Company mid U ll. Carrier. Ill the vicinity of
the Hull. bur ttprli. gs ami West Ashrvltle. are
posted. H. CAKKIHR.
THE iLLUSTHAiED AMERICA!.
In It uuw ftirin n-nuii- nit the ob(r4V'tri4itii
fontiiriv nf thr nhl nli. with an lucrMMd nnm
ber if Pittfiw nnd Illti-irottoiii.
The Illustrated American
U ih liiiuwlodrii'd to Im tht bfttiilnnniMl Wftekly
Ni'wn MaHiMliio In tha world. A(1vwtn la Uli
rn hy tlin lino i miMii i n t nf every onnortiinliy
tti MH'iirn the Uttwi mid iuot rellnltln Itifiimm
turn nf tonic; nf H-mcnd unit inloriiktlimnl In
tt roHt lu thUflnuntry iul RumiMt.
t'nrriwiHititlitiiU, ArtlxU aud Photnwniphen
.ire I'KiiMitnlly At work In kit purU of tht world
filt'uniiiH lUiiitM of IM'Tcut f-T Hit rnulnr.
The Illustrated American
If ilrutu KlMiihiliilyitnHecUrhtii, f mm from polltl.
eHldlnriiMioiai mid licnvy delwh . I Uviulttotit
ly a iwwa iiirwaKlnn fur the futility. CMtih men
rind nitrt nt"ii wilt flint Athlotto imt Oitnn n,
Viti'htliiarind Dniw Hull ntoeii. t.ndlwi will find
"niiTTiint Titplt' of liik rt lo Wottinu. Aiiuy
mid Nnv) (flieere will flud iue nnd llioto
uniplintit Army und Navy New. AutiiUi in
will enjoy "llliloih' Aturih'tv" Knr body
ilt nPoT tl.f. Ht ri il Hi .ry ) tdgur Fitwcf it,
brJHIUl 1U SU, aW,
L I K K vS U CCKS S.
The rtiiMm KM 'AM '8
MKKol.li KM. I. Kit U
Ihc ninKt woniicrful nu-d-iriiif,
it Ikviiuhc It lift"
ru'ViT tuilcil in any in
KinniT. no miuttr what
the iliwiinv, from 1.KI'-l-'OKY
to the iniph'M
dinritHc known tothtrhu
The utit ntlfic men nl
to.tlny c I u t in ftntl
firovt- thut every dii
CauHcd by Microbe,
iRADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
lUtermniuti- the Mitn Ik uml drive thtiti
out of the NVNtriii, mid when thut i dt.nr
vitu cnnnotri"v.' nn achr or pniti. No niat
icr whut the iliNi-HNr, whether u imile ciwc
of Malurln Fever or it ctmitilnMtlon of din
eitt'. we cure them nil at tin -time time, h
we treat all diiw-ui contttltutlo ally
Islin.a, L'oiiMwi.'l"". Ciitimli. Uioii
chilis, Rhcuiiiiilism, K hi my n in I Liver
Disuiiw, Chills uml 'eier. i'mimlc
Trtiiihlv.s, ill nil lis ocm.s, uml. in fact,
enry Discnsc known lo I lie Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
ifSW-c that our Trade Murk Isnme ns nhove)
ttpH-ars on ciu h .lite
send for hook "llismrv of the Mierolw
Killer," given iiwuy by
J. S. fliRANT, lh. t...
Sole Aeenl. A-heville. X. C.
novl 7 dl tu oi un
lit) NOT l-OIiGKT
() N L Y
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Si-mi Oiii Dtilliii' mitt i t-new
your HiibHiiMptimi at oiiti'.
SHM'ial CtHTOripoiiiU'iitrt in
evury wi'tioii of WcHtorn
! Xortli CiU'olinii.
All KH'l.'LTCltAL NEWS,
1 he llcnt
In the State.
B.htur -s.t. dU- t'ltlim
That nur inany iriendit ttiM kiion how wc
nr a itiuti on we will 'line i lint wr took In
In Itol- I iitii. Hi.m
Svtooo In ''ic Wct'KKi
To.-k tn tiif t Mtiiirda.'- ovct 7oo, 7rt til
ttwri wfu hotel, i. ilfinti ulun tlottl rem,
tend It' thai dny Had rt.ntui 'iriivnt- In
A to tn Op nttr nl vV le mn'ttnioth ft'in i--t
lotiu anil 1 (Meet who Veil tin tmiume ol
the wot id ' i fine intd .i "iitU t lad" mllvt
:iuii htiv fatoilii tu tut ainl itve 1" M '.K vt
f . Id dli It i It KIM-H .V mi 'N
Baas n llfM t ft I
ill ws-an utii
tiflVrlnff fwm tho itrTeu of yrnithftil errors, twtf
. dnoar, wutine weaiUM loat mauhonti. to., I wiQ
end Tftluable IrMUitefiMlndi rotiUluInK full
Krllenlueforhooivotira, pRECof elmrire. A
lundld BifHlle! work l ehouldTU rwd by ejvery
iaa who to Mrroae mad ovbllltetod. Addree
mi Wm Ck wwua, mom, cmm.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO
I'AMKNOi i Dlil'AUTMRNT,
Weritcru North Cnt-oHna IMvlttlon.
Ms Kl'i'riCI August m
75tlr Mirriilinii time utti'd wh n not otherwlw
Lv. Knot villc.
Itiuili mer. ) I il "iiimi I H i iinm I
M AhIh villi-, j 1 'J nam Uui'.rri i
r. Sulinonry, i ."..:wihi r,i'-im'
Minnvillo. ii HUiinJ to liopm I
" Hi'-lniiiiml, , ii i "i n ! ."i.-iam ,
1 ""'I'm 1 7 .Iftutn
" Lynch born.
' VS nHhinif t'n
1 J :.'f.j. in j li;.riun
7 1'in-i 'ln.nn
h .V.jtin H '.fiHtn
fto 'lint , IO Wain
JIIHIU I lll)jnn
...."i i i:'ri"
Iv. New York,
II 4" 'MM
" WiiHhinKt'n tl Jlum
" I.yiKhlitiru'J 0 itnn
ri 07 u m t
Hun' ilk, H-Hipml Kunaml
M Kuoxv -le,
No. .15 I
llu My. I
A. Ai S. H
9 1A nm l.v
lOOli ant A r.
122 pmt "
AhIk villi-. Arr.j 7 no p m
Hr iidt TrtuHvllle, " 807 p m
hparLanuurK. Lv. 3o p in
aVI'KI'IIY HKANL 11.
"No. in (Daily except Sumlay.) I No. 17
7'Mi ttmiLv. Arthvville, Ar. ''B p tn
UMft ninir. Vuncriviile, " .u,"i p m
2 4U pmj " HrvHiin City, ' Hfl a m
fiflo nnil " m Andrew!. h. flao o m
No An nud Til, rullmiiu 8Uaepem between
Noh. fe! ami .'(3 I'uHinnil Buft'et 81 repine
Cum between Hut SprinH and Wanhinctou.
W. A. U IaIU'KN, II. I' A.,
Abbeville, N. C.
JA8. L. TAYLOR, G. P. A.,
Wiiwhinutuii h J
Chicago & Alton K.R.
I'AS'I liST KtlllTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Aiilieville to KRiinim Clly In 37 hours.
Athevllle to lanvi-r In T1 hour.
AHhevllle Ut Han r-'rnnemeo, Caiilornla, and
Portland. Oregon, in due.
Hnlhl YeHtitiided Trainn it. I.miln to Klin
unit Cit v- ffeeliuiuK ehnir ear free.
For full Information tall on or write to
II. A. Ncwlaud,
lhaitriet PatnHner Aijent,
No. lo I'alton Ave., Anheville, N.C.
I. CIIAKl.TDN. (".. V. A.. Chirnffo, lit.
TI.ANTIC COAST LINK
fin nnd after hi si date the followinii ached
tilet will la.- mu er un "Columbia l'tvlllion.',
No. f-3 Lv.ivo Columl'ia" ft.liO p. m.
Arrivtn niChark-Hton 9.30 p. m.
No C'J leaven Chnrlenti-n 7.10 a. in.
ArrivcH at Cohiniliin 11. AA a. m.
Conneetitii; with train to and from all
pointNon the Charlotte, Columbia iV Au
ejuttu nud Colutiiluu t.rceuvilk Kailrua i.
T M. HM H WHiiN, tcn. Pai. Act.
I. P ikvivk. t:m '".t.
VIA CHICAGO, MII.WArKini t gT. PAl'L
AMI NCin MliK PACIFIC K. K'H.
Thrt"h nii'iinn steeanjr Car leaven Chi
eiiyo d.iity at r..:o . .-n
For St Paul and Mil m-nHdt.
" I'nrjiti, Nnrih laknta.
Hil'tin and Hutle, Xlont-tua.
" The elniw-liiiu Park.
" Hpukaat Falic and Taeoi m.
' I'm Har d, mi L'm
lit Ht Kfiite to S.-utiU ii ud nil !orth Paithi
The ccnic line t Cali'oriiiH, ia Portland
ami llu Jhjtin Kuute.
Tuktin mi nle - try vt here.
I'ur initiriaaiit n appl to nnv A Kent, or
nddreM A. Y. II C mi'iisii KM, I rnernl Pa
WtlKer Atit llt. Chletik'ti, III., or tl C. Mhaiiv,
ti'iiiihern Paci);er A,' at. l-ttuiftville, ky.
Paiacc brcAMta. Low Rant
rur Trips Pr Wsek Wewn
DETROIT, MACXINAC ISLAND
Nwucr, Huii im Mirt. ftM Levka
iU.vn W y I'-rU.
Rvvrr Wv.i Da? lWtwtPWi
DETROIT AND CLEVELAIMO
frfftkl 4ua)aU T'lr 4af.hr J. Jl). Ae Httl .
Doubt IHl UnK Bw'wmb
ChlCAQU AND ST. JOSlPH, MiCH.
OUP) lLLUSTRArCD PMfHLFTn
llMnnrt Cf'Utl tlTiakl','l Wlllb-ttfUleAtrtl
bv .vou"Ti"k' AhiPiii. rr d'
8 a. WMITCOWU, 0. P. A.. Otf.01 M..m .
Oiorott and OivlMr)d St.am Nnv. 00.
ttf FRESH S
FISH AMI OVSTEBS,
CiiXSTAXTI.Y OS llAXU.
WSCATER TO FAMILY TRADE
j. i:. ki:i:d & co.,
No. io Court Hqunre.
uctuu il vr
riTTOrfnM w ,H "aeelae "kaee ere
vAUHUli ssminlni. anil err lr
hna kis aH.ue aud arli-o .tamsed ea eeiiaaa.
1 '1 u
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CtNTLKMIN.
fine fall and l.ared Waieevreet Oral a.
The .ireltpnca and wesrtnt qu.llthsinf Oil.
siinnt Is lsii,r shown tlisn t,y the .trans end
SlSsOO (Jnnln llnndwad ea Wnnf Mid
key Hi t iiMii anai nJi'N! "hks nimrnenui iui(i
wlitch btmimnndi Ha I
vrii. a nn nan
File. A nn naw Hot
flJO frlandtrar Well tn tt etaadainl ami
un is) tiit mii tor si tw nun aunaiioiv.
hlntev til rtntiiilrtr nrlota.
ft I'allrrmnn'e Hhnr teMrpfwIaltf
AU ramie lu ivmsnsss liuin
Ii i rnuoiMii en, i it i vim, -w,
RBTV I MB) 1 1 (TlfeBrl IHTIrTelllir TnlTSI H1imilHl
ena irte rweni
lo any hiVm. wi
end tht rwent tiannivemenu make
Auk your le)r. end If tin mnnot twppty ynei m
I It PMT tirioeX.
dhvet to f m i. try n liwlug adverUetd
baataU fur nr.li. lilntiLa
W. L UUUULAfa, Breektea, Mate.
piik HAi.it nv
WEAVER a MYERS.
s.; ,:. fll fPU
o o o o o o o b o
o o o " b ' ii 6 ' o o
DO YOU WANT
Letter I lead
Large Hand Bills;
Then Hend your order to
No. i X. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
I-Voir a New-spatter to u Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a workMianlike
PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work cun
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
nnd Western North Carolina
astotheir milliner of doing
business. They are
RTISTIO - I'lilNTIMi
III Xortli Cnrolinu,
O 0 U 0 O 0 O O
i o o ' o o b" o ' o'