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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11, 1800.
How is Your Blood?
I hid a malignant breaking out on ',v
leg below the knee, and wnv can il siuiii'
and well with two am! i- ' ' ' i I
8. 8. 8. Other Monti mtsJu.i.t :. .u foil
ed to do me nuy goul.
. Will C. Baty. YorUviie, d, ;
I wan troubled from childhood with
an asRravatcd case of TetUir, ami tliivu
bottle of S. 8. 8. cured mu i-.crniu.
Mully. Wai.iacr JIann,
Alunnvillu, 1. T.
Our nook on liluod and Sklu Diseusr f
Swift Spbcivio Co., Atlanta, Oa.
DR. J. H. WILLIAM),
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD ST.
Mourn 10 A. M. in a I, HI.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Room fl ami rt, McAiec flutlding
Hour 10 n. m to 1 p. m ant 4-to (t p. m,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
It-. O. Box S7t la Hendry Mock.
A. II. CO J5 15,
A. Si. HAIIAM,
iMtux orr. H. I.aw'a Htorr, South Main
With if.i. ;
Filling with iKcr or iiiniilcmil ..1"c .o7.'c.
" Jfolll ai.OU UIHt lipM-fl'll.
Hrl of teeth -"
Heat art of teeth x.oil.
No liettcr made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Knoma .1 anil . Mi'Vlit lluli.ii'ic
trillion Acinic, ..nrv lie. S. C
r ACTU H l.'UI I HI. TCI Tllh
liye, liar, Throat und Kok.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice ill thr loin nml IMih Jii.lllill
IHatrtct. of North Carotin., uml in lit. mi
lirrmr Court nml tile rVilmil Omrl "( thr
Vvratcrn lllalrict ol Sortll Carolin i
rilRO. P- Iuviiimiji. O'o A. ,...!.-
Molclali. J.w. ii. Mll' A.ir.il'-Aahr.-lilr
IJAVII'KON MAHTIS I'M
lt.rnevs nod fiilllim'lnr :i! I
Ah. villc. N
Will nr tier in tlir 1 llli unii t-Mii .iu.i u .l
IH.trict.. nml In the Milirrmr Court N ii-'.h
Carolina, ami in tin I .in.ru! Cm'. ' !
VYratrrn IH.trict of North Carolina.
Kcfcr to Hark "f Alwvlll. . ill"' !
Architect and Contractor.
flan., epedflcatlona anil c.tlmiitr. far
Ml.hrd. All work In my line contracted fur,
and no charier, for .Irnwinge on rontraela
HMCrroCT. W in II iir.n.u.
)thca: No. 12 Hcnilry Block, North Court
laqnant. A.hcnlk. N. L. fcMlidty
a. H. RBEVna. o.D.a. I u. k. umith.ii. n..
Dra. Rcevci & Hiulth.
la Cimoaily auiifuna. oter Kcitwnod'a Htori',
Teeth ratrarteil without pnlu, with thrnrw
anvathetlc, and all caacn of irn aulartty cor.
P. RAM8A V, D. D.S.
OIlU c i
Over the Nntlonnl linnk of Anhi vlllr. Ilnr
nard Hullitinic. Kralilcnce, 01) charlotte at.
TO LIFE nr.
BRAOFIELO RtGULATOrtM. ATLANTAg
17 South Main Street,
Hart crerythlng In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and Mil them a. (heap and deliver them at
tour home a. quick aa any houar In the city.
Preak Ycortahlc. Irom the country every
A .rial will .how you what we can do.
aeptlTdtf HtKK IIKOTHKKH.
VM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS.
Aahevllle, N. C.
r. o. bom i.
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
In ItAAUan. without Tain.
Pnnranta Mtrlcitura. (.'ontnlni no
aorhl or nolaonnua anlintnt.pra, and
- FOR BALB BV
RAYIOR A SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WE CAN ALJLLAUGll NOW.
AT I.KAHT VJK HAVK Mil. I.
Tin- 1'licure tl.eS AIIIiiiicv lactittliiu;
-AhHiictniU'd New FiiKlmid
VariiiH lllltiolH and PrenelilTH.
"Let 1101 liiin litinnt who piittcth his
I armor on like him who lakt ;n H nil'."
j "Lit those liuuth who will," "lie laui.'lm
lxt who Inulm lust," ami i.lher unx
iinslotlmtciTeet. We have hail 11 little
e.iaoUc up here in the nioiintniii,ati(Hhe
way it haa turned out il looka like amnr
(il'un laughed at the wroii),' tunc. Hut ii
i all over now, nml we can all lmi;li, ex
cept those autH-uinc iiuiiviiluala vvlio
slaked their Krecnliaeka and loat. It is
rKlit hard on a feller to luw. his man and
hia money too. Il 11 man will liot on an
election, I hnvc alwaya thoiiolu he otiht
to bet n;;ainst his desires, and then if he
wina he has got his money, anil if he
loses he has (jot his man, nnd so comes
Well, it did look like the old doctor had
everything in a awine nrouud here and
all iiIoiik the railroad lor 130 miles. Jnat
think of a congressional district 130
inuea long, and almost evvrvboily hu.
Ierini for Fellon. "lie ia bound to win,"
snid his friends "the devil can't bent
him. nnd so thev staked their noeket
books until they were empty, nnd they
nre empty sun.
Hut these farmers "thi'seallianeemeii
thev made no noise, tiicv kicked
up no dust, thev waited until thev
could see the wluus of the cneinie
ryes, nnd them they fired all alone,
the line. The woods were full of them.
Where did they all come from? It re
minded me of "the old times when Dr. Mil
ler ustd to run aKiiiust Lumpkin in this
same district. 1 ncy stumici it together,
and had big bnrlicciics. and the sover
eigns came out by the thousand nnd eat
tiic meal and drink tlieeloiinemc for lie.
Miller hail as much reputation then ns
Hr. Pelton has got now, nnd he was
called the llcmosihcncscol the mountains
l.ui ipkin was n big, liccfy, thick-longind
1111111 nml coulilu t cloculc very much, hut
he was a democrat, while lr. Miller wu
n whig. He Mimic l.iimnkin sick on every
attiuii so siek Hint sometimes win a he
had 1 lie conclusion he voulilti'i lake it.
and the bovs nil slii)Ui"l lor Miller, and
toted him nrouud like the old Viruiuians
1 iis-ii 10 mte rntnek Henry.
I (iond graeiotis, what a rneke' thev
: 'hey made, but when election dav came
, the wool hats came slipping mi hum
I their log cabins and hollow .l'r, and
1 0111 under iheclav roots and other hid
ing places, and just everlastingly snowed
;hc doctor under. I hndeiit forgotten
those nicinorablc citmpaigus, and heme I
uiil.iit hank mv laitli in 11 aauguiaary
manner uiHin Hr. l-'elton's smett.. I
kept one ear ocu to hear aoin'lhuig
dr ip, iiivl it dropied. tut wc can all
iuiigh nnd rejoice now. tor there arc hi:
1 g. r things taan the seventh (list rut. The
1 nation is sale, nnd that ia vielorv enough
I Id salisiy iiuylh.dy.
I I see that Mr. (iorinan, one ol the alb
i liner leaders, i.iva thin drmiwra . dead
! mid republic. iiiimii is dead and the lie.
' pl. 's parte are going 10 rim the ill ulnm.
1 1 ol. I'olk sain that lo. -. ttgo, and so ilni
I Livingston, but it was all smothered uu-
j ;il alter the clcriious. It will come out
; now, anil it ought to. I'mie arc u
ui.-iiiv r itubli.'.'ins in thealliaiKcui. north
mil uortlnvest as there are dcuiiH'iais.
and thev are obliged to have a new 11. one.
Mr. i.ormn.i is right, nnd II the new
nul l v will do riglu that is all wv want.
Hut light now, when ihe democracy has
won these signal victories, we think the
s uit hern alliance ought to tall into hue
mil le the good old dog wag his tail n
little while longer.
Hat I reckon wc will nil stand aside
ami let the farmers Have their own Any.
l-i.'iiiiiit iiiem doll l seem l no nny
It is like Colonel I'attersou, of North
Alabama, w. 10, at his hrsl battle with
the vaukees was ordered to tnke his regi
ment and charge a battery that wits
away over on a lull nnd was throwing
an occasional shell down in the valley.
"Hoys" said he, you must shoot a
chargin', nnd charge n shnotin', nnd we'll
get 'em." Anil thev did, but when they
got within about u quarter of n mile the
buttery suddenly 1 uracil loose u terrihe
vollv of griinc uud canuister uihiii them,
which ilemoralired the colonel nnd lie
waived his sword nnd shouted: "Boys
tiit sliootin' nt 'cm tuit ahontin' I snv,
lor it just makes 'cut mnddcr." '
We will just quit shooting ut the limn
ers, and if llicy can get the iib-trcnsury
nnd run it, let them do it. If thev enn't,
then let them get something belter. Let
ua nil wait nnd sec. If the good old dem
ocratic party has got to die, let them
kill it. Our fScorgin farmers arc not in
nny dcsiemtc condition nnd will do
nothing rush or tinreasonahle. They air
ln'ttcr off than thev were n year ago.
The tax return and the canceled mort
gages prove that. The fanners of llnr
tow were never in so prosieriiiis 11 can
dition. Just contrast thrin wilh the
fnrmers ol Kansas, where out ol 70.000
farms, O'.I.OtK) nre under mortgage. Just
think of that. And L'O.IKMI of these nn.rl-
gugei have been fort closed, nnd the fann
ers who once owned thrm ure tenants
at will, liable to be turned out ut any
day. What is the matter there ? If Un
laws arc oppressive, why don't the same
laws bring ruin here, ton ? There is not
but one farm in twenty-four that ha a
mortgage upon it in Harlow county.
What is the cause of this great a till
alarming difference between the farming
interests of the north nnd the south?
Why is it that Maine, New Hampshire.
Vermont have been partially abandoned
bv the farmers? Why is it that ao innnv
o'f the farms in New York and Illinois
nnd Kunsna nnd Missouri nre under
mortgage? I wish that we did know.
If it i the Inwa, plcnac let us know what
And this reminds me of whnt I have
just rend in The Andover Review for No-
vcmlicr. It is the organ of New lingland
orthodoxy. It ia now lamenting the de
eny of religious interest among the funn
ing population ol the north. Dr. Dunning
snya that there nre ninety-five towns in
Maine where no religions services nre
held, and there are more country villages
in Illinois without the gnsiwl, than in
nny other state in the union, lust think
of that I The great state of Illinois that
line two counties that make more grain
than nit Georgia. This great stale that
stnnds fifth in the scale of education, and
fortieth in the grade ofchristiun religion,
What do you any to this you ndvocntrs
tor education ? Hdttcntinn regardless ol
moral training. Dr. Dunning Suva that
the Presbyterians have 1,200 churches
without pastors, nnd the Bnptiata have
over 10,0001 Nearly ull of these vacant
churches ure in the country towns, where
tunning is the puiicipnl occupation ot the
lieople. They once hnd pnstora or religi
ous services, but not now, The number
ol educated men in the northern pulpits
is steadily decreasing nnd the young men
who nre graduating in the theological
seminaries arc seeking other railings lo
calise there ure no inviting fields for them
to work in. Thecily churches ure full,
nnd the country churches will not pay
enough to keen body uud ioul together.
The fact ia tluit fanners whose homes
are under mortgage don't take much
stock in preachers or preaching. Nuth
ing bows mud down like debt u debt
that he knows he cannot pnv. The best
index ol the primarily and the morality
of n I'ommiiiiit is 1 1, iinnit!.., ,.f lnV
preachers. If the people are doing well
they have got prem lieri. and thev pay
thin:, and they lix 11 th ir churches anil
take a pride in them. I'uur ieople, poor
pay, poor preachers, and hence theyoiing
men who wain m preach mv discouraged.
Hill, thank the good Lord I'm his mer
cies, this is not the case at the south.
Our small towns ate generally supplied.
You can hardly tinil one that' does not
have preaching in some church everv
Sabbath, nnd Sunday schools nre nlmost
universal, (in the whole, it does look
like our people nre prosjcring nnd our
sunny south is looming up.
So mote it lie. Iln.t. Amp.
I loi. of ilitiaau Suture.
Tlfy tvera ;iitiiii for II 10 train at a
country station. Thuro wna a dreary
looking wtiiimg roota. 14 by I t, ami
then, was a platform 70 feet long by 8
broad. Tho ar-wiy rou.nxted of one
water tank, Be freight cars, two fields,
oiie pile of b '..Imt, tinea telegraph poles
ami 11 siua'.l boy. Tim rnin poured out
side The two women sat as far from
each other its ios.-ibh and regarded each
other with suxpuiou uud distrust.
On.' seemed to Imstiyitig lo homelf: "If
'he is going to the Immiiti laylntn she
hhoiilil be l-Kikwl after. Who ever saw
any one wine out Iu such colors and
mix tliiiifh I i l.o tlutV 8uch persona are
dnugenms." And thnother one remarked:
"Mtiat I wait hem long in the company
of tliat thing? What a looking head!
What big feet ami hands! Looks as if
she was going to work on a farm."
The two men who are strangers to
I'tii'li other and to the women were fair,
mild eyed specimens of thu human raco.
They Mood and looked at each other, and
might have said to thcnuvlvea: "Looks
a if he had overdrawn his account
at the bank. Reems to have an inno
cent look, but that is all put on." And
the other might have mused: "So here's
the 'Rubber Kid' out on another expe
dition, but HI spoil his game. My, but
luum't he got hardened look!" But
they did nothing of the kind. While
I hoeo women sul wvernl foot apart, hud
dled up in an exclusive, sort of way nnd
their veils drawn, the. men walked arm
tu arm, joked and smo!;ed and talked
stories and said they wer- glad to meet.
They Hiked each oilier iu the ribs, culled
each other "old boy," borrowed aoiuc
line cut and every inaieli they bad was
shared in lighting cigars.
tut of the woiiion got iipeimtish cour
go to ask li. ..tin r for tl.c time. The
latter might Im addressing Ihe rook of
an Krie citiial scow, slut thomrlit, but re
plied that she bad not the t ine. Then
ImiiIi shrank away under th -ir v.-H 1 and
turned up their ii.is.-s. When the ir.iiii
ciiiue along the men got into 1 he annip
ear uud the sntnv setit. The women
. .-line out with rcxvtive looks of .lis.
lain, eiitere.li'Htraiec.ui.'hes, and aa the
train moved away they were sorry they
bad noticed orsikeii 10 i-arh other and
lailiil to stand on their individual dig
'lily. Albany J.niruul.
Wrlllua for Hi. ' tt.piMr.
I am very fniti. iitly 11-.; h1 wln-tln r
I 10 nev.paT i" the ls t starting p iul
or young atilhors. an I in this ipn-,i;,,a
lies, in nine cux-s out ut ten, 11 gravo
miscoii.-epiion. Many young wnt.-rt Is
lieve tliut work r- jirtnl by the monthly
"lugiixine will find a liuirkcl with t!ie
'aily newspaper. It seems to be taken
I granted Ihnt the same degree of rare
. unnecessary for n. wsp.ia'r work iu
: 1 'aira'ine writin, "The newsNi;sr
lien v. ith the tiny, the i.ingazine livua for
a inoiith," ia the geieral feeling, and
iieiice the liaiiriii ion Hint epli.:uer.il
.vi irk will lln 1 a ready market with the
It liua been my pleasure to writ for
Ihe iiewsiuiiier press of America for six
or auvrn years, and 1 give young writers
a leaf from my exKTiene wheu I nay to
them, do not allow yourselves to believe
that niinoi work will had favor with the
modern Ainericnti new,miT. There, is
just na lunch demuuded of a writer ill
the newsimtier editorial ofilto as iu that
of the monthly inogaiine, A writer
(Mtntnits the grenteat mistake of Imr life
when she looks iisn the newsnnar oa a
graduating school to the magazine. The
same standard of grammar and expres-
-ion act by thciimgaxiu holds gins with
icwspapers. bdwanl W. Dok in Ladles
Her l.lttl. Hrulher'a list.
Littla Tommy win enlerlaiaiiig one
if bis sister's admirers until aha an
'I)on t yon rotna to sea my sister" hr
"os. Tommy, that a what I come
"Yon Ilka her ituuieuacly, don't your
"Of course 1 admire her very much
Don't you think she's niiT?"
"Well, 1 have to. cause alic a my sis
ter: but she thumps ma pretty hard
aniii.-tiin.t. But let's sea you oien your
mouth onos. Now shut it tight till I
count tea. There I knowed you could
"Why, Tommy, who said I couldn't?"
"Oh, noliody Imt aister!"
"What did alio any?"
"Well, slit aaid you hadn't sense
enongh to keep your month shut, and I
bet her two big apples you had: and yon
have, haven't you? And you'll make her
stump up t lie apples, won't you?"
The young man did not wait to see
whether she would "stump up" or uot.
New York Ledger.
A amahs Story llrouahl I! I in rnrtune.
A resi.lentof Martinsville, Intl.. named
Jorry Oivcns, has received a letter from
it rich lim it' Iu L'ulifomtit which Indira U
Ihnt the young man ia likely to lie adopt
ed and intule his In.ir. A strange family
history is recalled by this incident
The-re was an estrangement between the
man now in Oillloriiin and the father of
young Jerry, who ia long hIiiid dead
Henry, the elder brother, drifted to the
lar weat, and discovered the wherealsitiUi
of Ilia young Heir only through a publi
cation winch narrated a n-miiikiiblo ail
vent inn In which the hitter was engaged.
Home lime ago while hunting in the
Wliitu river bolt. una he encountered a
Kraut uent of shake. This riiinimstiiiice
gained wide reputation iu the papers
and tliuilly caught the eye of tho elder
An Kngllsh sailor, coming tip tho Brit
ish channel alter long Junraoy, ex
chimed. "Thank goodness, we've don
with 1 1 lent eternal blue skies nnd that
blinding sunshine. This taste of good
old English fog puts fresh lite into a fel
low." As the result of weighing Still newly
horn children to deteruilnu the weight
of brain the male infant's brain welglied
11,0 out es and tha female 11.0 ounces,
tha weight of th brain being to tba
body aa one to sight or thereabout
t AAUMMM ,l-e ASiw4i
s.."--""-T-n r i
"Caatarlalass well adapted to children that
1 recommend ItaasuperlortosnyprfricrlDUoB
known to me." H. A. AscRsa, M. D.,
IU Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, T.
THINK OF IT 1
AM & Fie h Prrarl ! 4ria-as ) kai
au tgUoiTina but tout
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphltes
j Of Lima and Soda
j ia without a rivaL. Mnr have
f ?d. a poond a ay by th. aae
j at it. It cores
i SCROrUlS. RSOWCHITIS, COUGHS AND
! ,uLJ, AH0 ALL FORMS OF IVASflNti Dli
j EASES. A.I r.il.AT.iM.B AS Ml IK.
I Jfc'aura ynH eel (AeaWMHla as (Jam are
( p'tor imitation.
Yuuiitf nwin. nlmiu 111 vtnin ulil In ium ttm
clerk in oton M'I'lv I o BuX H7N
ANTIill KMIM MYMI.VT.
C'mK"tir tic-lrv rmt!iiyuirnt ; make-up,
irtMi nn'tinK. ltt u'urnml pliiin (ritintf Atl-
Irrtw Mll.HAIIC HVMl',
Cnrohiia lluur, N. Main St.
Ror the Afntvr y Uviy In (irivntf inmily,
trr - mtnU'rutr, Adilrct . Ii H..
iiiivii CnrrCltii .
ANTIill Kl l I ATION.
Whit wiin t n if.Hxl i(irri'4ponilittr t-'rt k
lltink, Invnttfitrnt coimimiii c . ir on pu 'Hn
liiiiiiw; iiutHl L mm 11 fii.ii 11 ; ri-ii. m ut
((HunitiK. Vi Aiiliv ". ': c .' tu 'ina
ll'.UM.. .North Mhiii ntnct. A-licviiK-, N. C.
Uu ut I.' iu 1." .iiir-. .ill ntiii intcd
W.th tt'y l-.t iputt' sit Ho. iii tVJ I'Httiin
A nut ion ni ini'I I i. in
Two homr Xennv wmitit, at
SI.KVI! I.l IlKICK W11HKS,
novMd.'tt Ii 111 111 a. N C.
I Hunt nt ark-r imld fir !!. tnrtMc.rUHuirf.tla
ilrv witml Aiplv tu
ort.n dim ' HWAWANOA lloTlil..
ANriill AT IISC K.
A lenchrr of Hr-.wlna IntSrtlv aelmol..
Mum Ik- thoroughly iiretiim-tl lor iiiv uork.
8nl..r SA per month. Aililn.
I'. I'. CI.AXT.1N.
orlJTdtf Kilpt City Hi-hnol..
Li 1ST, STKAYBI OR STiH.n'.'
On Hntunliiv, at thr timr rhiiuf, tfuld
hrmlrd mnhrrllii. Ki-wnrd il ritunid tu
nuvliHiat Tllisol rtcn
Hundnv nftrrnoun limwn uvrrcont, !
twcvii IhiHit HiiUCInytiin hnp. A HIkthI it
ward fA ilf tic imld by icturniitir to
nov liHl.U I'll JH Ol'IMCB.
One nillcb row- nnd oar hnfrr mtrnvrilfmm
our lot on (ink ttv. A II' mil rriAnrd fur
thrir rrturn or Iniurmntlon n Ut their whrre
nlM.ut V. II. WILLIAM HI IN V CO.
nov 7 dill
A fine ImfMirtrtl vlnltn, ttm nnd bow.
nuvli'dl w N. H7 l' I TON AVR.
Purnlhrd ronnevtinic roiiiim, nuitnlilr fur
nnvll dim .11H I'ATTON AVB.
A nlrr uniumtiihrd rMnti In linK' tiloi'k.
Apply to W. Ii. IIALLVIM K I'ON.
novdIH hnulv HI ink.
Two nicety fiirnUhfd wm. wlh or with
nut hoard. Termn rrnminnlile. Apply tu
F. Ii. MtTCHI.l.L,
oovAdHt UN I'ation Ave,
A very rimlrnhlr rrfldcniT. funtlnhrd, with
tmth room, duvet Ve , on Hnllry utnet,
within Ave ntlnlllell, wnlk or pnlillc mninrc.
Apply nt IN I'ATTON AVK.
no Hit if
I'lennnnt llftht riMim. Lndlm' llht butt.
nann oltfeition, ut 07 Huth Main Htrt t.
Two romdirtuhlr tmnny rnomii.iiultalilc for
lllfht hnmwkr. pin it. Apply nt
novHiltf ;i.'I llAILItV HTKHBT.
Htirnlnhnl huuw Ccntml Location, All
ImiirovrinviitKt Ttrinn on nppln-atlon Ap
ply f.'li I'ATTllN AVltNt'lt.
Mtihiirhiin rmldrncr. one mllr from city on
MrrHtnon nventtr rond. handnomrly and
romplettlv fnmiRhed nnd etpiipiird i exnulnite
view; c.trnlvv Hrntimla; two lrrh Jrnwy
ro vh; wlntrr Knrlrn: homra and vehiclm If
delrcd. I'oMHfikliin Riven lit of Novemlier.
Owner orvupyinji In nuinrri' r only would
rtinke pentinnent nrrnnKrment with party
dmlrlnjt n winter rcndlrncc. Aildrmn
arptililti' I' O. LOCK HciX AA3.
e rraina aarnaa or work ml aaUaMl M
mtt rlal ar .sMMMr. la
will ttn Totl'a Plllai tha maaS swlal
rMtr.tl..ir.r oli.rwl Uiaaiirrartauj
Try Theiu Fairly.
ATtr-eww. aMMlr. tairblMl. atraaa
BMrvaja aae) selie.rr l anlnal will raaalC
BOLD EVEEY WHERB.
Castorla euras Cotto, Constlnstlnn,
Hour Htnuiaeh, Diarrbou. Kruetal Ion,
Kills Woruia, gives akp, and yromotea dl-
WlUiisu. Injurious DMdloatloa.
Taa Casrica Coarurr, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
When Baby was slek, we gar her Castorla.
When she waa a Child, she cried tor Castorla.
When ah. became Miss, ah. clung- to Caitorkv
Whaa she had Children, she (sr. tueiu Caalorl,
CREATES mnny a new business;
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REVIVES many a dull business;
RESCVES many a hist business;
SA VES nm ti v a tailing business;
I'RESIiR VE$ mnny a large business;
SECURES success in any business.
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est in the count! v.
To insure rhnnge of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
lar handed in bv 10 o'clock n. in.
Th Standard Coco of Europe,
Th Coming on of America.
Van Houten's has fifty fer
tent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than Is ob
tained by the best processes of
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing all over the
world, certify to this immense
saving,and by Van Houten's;
special process only can this;
be attained. !
Sa-VA Hoerurs Cocoa ("Mm trust,!
always aMd") pomimm tha fnat advaatagej
of lurlac a. Injurious affMta oa tha BOTonai
aritaak V. wonder, thmfora, that la all
paru of tha world, th ki lapMUDr. Ooeoa la ra j
r aMdleal aaaa, Uas.ad aTi
Paa a olhar aa..nawr.haw
Mtata, (aw dnllr IN br .hildrea or
adalta, hal. and aok. rkb and poor. Ask for
A VALUABLE ESTATE OFFERED.
Pumuntit to a ilcerce of the Kuitcrioi Court
of Huneomoc County, I will oiler for unlent
?unuc outcry, on tnc nun unv 01 .ovenner,
him i. the rent cntntc of which the lute Capt.
A- M. Alex an tier, died, wiied and mm
aeiMM'd. rontuintnir nliout twelve hundred
acre. Thr anle U made for partition amonti
the helrm of utid Alexander.
The land are nltuuted on the French Uroud
river havhiu a river Irunt ol a mile and a
half ten mile north of Awhcvillr, Irome
diutely on the W'catrrn North Carolina Hail
way, a ntnlUin Miiipied with paniw-nKer,
freiKht, eipretM, telettriiph and pontoHicen Ik-
ln on the pn ittlMH, Severn) dnlly pmuienger
train conn ret with Anhcville. which in
reached within Ho minute. At this point
the river in pnnM-d on a auhitnntinl Iron
h rid we, from which well eMtalillnhed rond
dlvrnir into thr urroundlnic country, mnk
lni thr place thr mtmt Iniuortnnt liuineni
center in thr county, except Anhcville
It tn hit tied more than half renturv niro,
U included in the property. It I Immediatclv
on the hank of the river, very near thr rail
way atatinn, and ha nliont forty room for
ttucNt There arc nlo an excellent ntorr
houne, a new and com mod I on burn, NtaMr,
crib, tobacco hum, etc., etc., on the prem
la peculiarly adapted to thr production of
tnhncco, irrawi anil clover. Hnmr of the fin
rat tobacco cvrr frrown In the "bright to
bacco belt" of We tern North Carolina wn
mined on thin plantation. There are now
two or three hundred ncrr In vrn and
clover. Up to thr death, lnt fall, ot thr pro
prietor It waa uvcelully ocrutcd a a
THE WAT1-R POWER
la abundant and haa alway been rrHarded '
a very valuable. I
There arr brtwrrn three and four hundred I
acre of excellent timber, cotminting chicrty of
la rue white oak, poplar nnd p.nr. I
The climate and mniftitncrnt scenery of thl
rrf(ion are already fnmna throughout thel'n
Ion Thl place halonv tieen one of the moat 1
popular rcaorta In the region. Thr tract hn
on It several mint lieautilul hulldlnjt ttc.
aflortlinic extensive view ol near am. dltant
mountain range, anil of Utclwautiful French
The tract haa been cleared Into aevernl
parcel, CHtilainlnK front three to onr hun
dred acre, o arranifrd to ult the conven
ience of purchaorr.
THHMH Tea per cent, of the pure Muse
money will tie required at the sale, nnd thr
remainder in fnnr etpinl Instalments, payable
at onr, two, three nnd four year from date
with Interest from date nteifiht per Centura
Iter annum title retained until all thrpur
chase money la paid Possession will )
(liven on conflrmntlon of snle, exit pt thr
store house and bululinipi used therewith, ns
to which possession will not lie fjtven until
March 1, Inui. the existing lease not expir
ing till that time.
The pmiHTty will first tie oflVred In lots,
then a a whole, the blithest bid being thr
one to he rrimrtrd to thr court.
l or further Information apply to thr un
dersigned on the premises or at hi otllcc In
Asheville, N. C.
T, B. MORRIHON,
May M, tNttO. Commissioner,
01. 1Nn. 1 will srll at iHibltc sale thr furni
ture heretofore used In thr hotel at Ales an
il r, consisting of thr bedsteads and furni
ture, hmeaus, waahstand, chairs, etc, etc.;
one mule, one wagon and other farming Im
plement. The safe will hr on the premise
TKRMft Mix month credit, with Interest
at eight per cent, from date, with approved
aerurity. T. 8. MORRISON.
Mil A1, 1N0O, AOtn'r A. M. Alexander
i LAi.ia jnini'a iX .JhavSMiBaiaial
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO
Westers North Carolina lllvlalon.
I'AStiU.Wl-K TRAIN SCIIKDI'LB
lis beracT AllKUst 31)
75th Mcrlillitn time urtcl when uot otherwla.
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(00th iner.) .llMijnn
ar. e-ansinir.v, n.,:t
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New Vork, J
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7 Uot. in
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I. v. New Vork,
liunvllle, 840pm H.l.lamT
" W ilmingt n
44.1timj 1 aouni
7 22um 41iapm
3 4flnm I H 2.1pm
A. At 8. K. K. I
6.17 p m
340 p m
niSnmll.v Ashrvllle. Arr.
toouamlAr. llrnilersonville, "
t24J puij " Kpitriun'M.rK, l-v.
MI KIMIV IIKANCU.
NoJ S I j Holly except Suniluv ) I No. 17
7 :ifl H mil. v. Aslievillc. Ar.
tl.'lfl n ml r. Wn.-nrsvilte, "
pmj " Hrvson City, "
oflO iml " An'lrrws. t.v.
4ofl p m
SOS p m
V4S a m
Nos. no nml A1 . IMilttnnii ak-es.'rK betwerli
KfilriKh nml Morristown.
No.. ri'J anil na rultmnn rtuffct RIcepInK
Cora between Jlot hpri.iKs nml Washington.
W. A. WIM.t'KN, II. f A
Asheville, N. C.
I A. U TAVI.OK.O. I'. A ,
Wnsiiinetoti I C
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CMICAOO, MILWAl'Kli li St ST. PAUL
AND NORTH URN PACIFIC N. R'8.
' ThroiiKh Pitlhnnn Slcvpinff Car leave Chi
cbk daily nt ft.'Mt p. m
For St I'uul nml Mlnnenpiilla,
Fnrtio, North I'likotti.
' Hel' iui tmd liiittr, Montana.
The Yt-llowtitone Park.
Spokiiiii' FhIIh mid Tucot in.
Hmt Routt- tu Scuttle nnd nil urth Pnclfie
The Scenic Imp to Cnllturuiu, 'itt Portland
nnu tnc siuotu Kmite
Ticket on nle cvervwhere.
For inforuititii n upplv to tiny Afirnt, or
AthlrvNa A. V. II. Caki-knikh, I entral I'm.
miiKiT AKnt. ClnciiKo, III., or at. C. IthAi
8 nuhern l'uiieiiner Aynit, LouiMville, Ky.
Palaci SrcaMiaa. Low Ratcb.
Four Trip. pr Wr.1. n.i an il
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
FvUaSkty, Hsult tr Marlf, tvud Lk
nurflB W ty Fort.
vary Vok Dy BtwMn
DETROIT AMD CLLVELANO
Brwtal uaUy Trip 4urtr, Juna, Jul, August
Ooubl" Dally Lin Bt'w--!
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSlPH, MICH.
Our Illustrated' pawhltt
HaUM -unt Ti'turai n Ti.k' trill ! fit tuiUt-d
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Detroit und Clavolnnd bt?am N.iv Co.
CliitJOeX: Alton K.K.
I'AsTii? T KOI'TH TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Asheville to Knnns City In 37 hours.
A"hrvillc to Ik-nvcr in M hiurs.
Asbeville to Snn Frimci-n o, California, and
Purtlntifl, On on. In ft dav.
Holid Vestibulrd Train St. I.oul to Knu
a City. RecliuluK chair cur free.
For full Itd'urmiiiion cull on or write to
lit Aa Newlaiid,
District Passenger Agent,
No. lo Pulton Ave., Asluvillc, N.C.
J. CHARLTON. O P. A., Chlcngo, III.
TLANTIC COAST LI. SB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will lie run over Itt "Columbia Division."
No. 53 Irtiive Columbia B.20 p, m.
Arrives ut Charleston 0.30 p. m.
No. 52 I -eaves Charleston 7.1U a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 1 1.55 a.m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Chat lot tc, Columbia A? Au
gut-la and Cob.iubin & Orccuvlllc Rullroad.
T. M KMRWSON. Oen. Pa. Agt.
I. F. DHV1VK. ;-n -uit.
The Wtjflil Famous, unciunled, unrxcelled,
durable uud lienutifut
Are recommenilcil tiy the heat artlata. Come
and examine our gooda iH-fore buying clae
where nt No. H7 Pntton avenue. Tuning
and rcimlriiiK a aiwcinltv.
G. P WILLIAMS k CO.
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Lost mnnhiinil, enrly decay, etc., etc., can er
eiire a home trcnllac I'nc, by mliln aa'ng a fel
low auflen-r, C. W. LliliK,
1'. t). Iloa ,11.1, Honnokc, Vn.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WECATERTO FAMILY TRADE
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Bnnsrlns frao tha affana of youthful errors, aarlr
aWiay, waatma -eaknsae, loat manhood. Ma., IwtQ
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