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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAYIEVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1890.
It U Mid will Mil anythlnR, thin li
true In a measure; but fur staylug
qualities,- merit Is tlift test. Extensive
edvortlslnrj may sell anything where
It la new of unknown, but after It
omen Into general line, it in judged
according tolls worth. The enntlnued
lid steady growth of Swift' Siiuoilie
la the bent vidune.u ol ilit excellence.
It Is uioet popular nin-m it la heat
known. Kvery hottle wild, aella tea
otliera. Kvery one Hint takes It be
outes IU friend, iiad recoraiueiula It
to their aeqiulnrirres.
Trentlse on HIihhI and Skin Dlsaaaea
Swirr Sroitic Co., Atlanta, 0.
DR. J. H. W1LLIAMK,
OFFICE ANO RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
Houra-ia A. N. to a P. .11.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Kaoms ft and 6, McAfee lluilding.
Houm 10 a. m to 1 p. m. und 4 to Q t, m.
Telepo No. 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS S ANO 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET,
C'ONTKACTOM AND BT1I.UBR.
Prorantaraa guaranteed, t Iflice No. 3, see
ad Hoar. HenUrv block, dlm-tly over post
olMc. Beeldenre No S Ballrjr atrrrt.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION,
r. O. Bern SJ. Hendry Block.
LEGAL BLOCK. '
A. S. GRAHAM,
ru over J. . Law1. atore. South Main
HlrctloK ...., ?
With una lot.
Filling with eilver or aatablani.. .Iloc. u7.1e.
" gold...... $1.00 anil ufiwnril.
Hrt of teeth an.oo.
Beet eel of teeth H.oo.
No lietter made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Kooina S and 6. MeAt'ee lluil.ll'lit.
Patton Aeinue, .tanev He, N. C.
rXACTICK LtMITKII to tii
Eye, liar, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
MARION, m. c.
wm vea.-tlreiu the tilth and lath Judicial
SHetrtct. of North Camlina and in the 811
ptrme Cuart and the Federal Court of the
Weatern I hat tilt of North Caroltea.
rani. F. Dvino. Tho.. A.Josee
ttalrigh. Jsa. (. Masiis. AaleWlle.
AVIIUUlN. MARTIN JONKH.
Attoraerp and Cottna llora at Law.
Aehcvtlle, A. c
Will prat tire In the I Ilh and t'Jih liidietnl
IHatritta. and III the ttuiireine Court ol N.irlh
Carolina, and in the Federal C'.una ol the
Weatern Ulatrict of North Carolina.
Meier to Bank of Aehevtllc. dlael
Architect and Contractor.
Plana. eneelneatl.ia. and eatlmatea fnr
alahed. All work In my line cnnlrneted for,
and no charges for drawlnaa on contract,
Itetecvacea when desired.
OflWat No. 11 llcadre Block, North Court
anajA.heylllr V lehllMlty
r RAMKAV, D. D.
ti kHlce 1
Over the National Hank of A.hcvllie. liar
aara) Huihllng. Kealdence, OH Charlotte at.
0, H. RKKVK1, D.ii.a. I H. K. smith. 11. n.e.
Dra. Rcee Kmlth.
la Cnwaan, aniiainv. uer wed wood a Wore.
Teeth eitrarled without pain, with thenew
anarethctlc.aad all caeca of Irregularitr cor.
aook TO WOMAN 'jMora
taucnaMirit to Balrd Riclor.)
No. North Wain Street.
A tlFIOI "LOUR MNI'FACTI'HJ!t
fOB OI'R TA0B,AIX RIXHn. ,
Ht SIU FOR 11.40 PER HUNDRED.
A NHW BHBI), fwretallir prepare hy lead
lag Member of the Aaheyllle bar ion
aaMparakmeat aad heavy at paper I. tot
artagaila.eea.ar. paiata.Ju.t oat and aow
aaUle at la. olftr. of th. CiTtiaa VvmutH
a Ca, Ma. North Coarl Kaaare I tan 1 at
HIS HONOR'S DAXDKK LP.
THK KINO Of A UllKT NK.
Ion nd 10 I'ptlWltl WIIHt UlKllltV II
Had, lie Ihnl Much or l.lltle-The
linoceiil naiiliilhel'aae Klncd
Fnini thi'Dinnha VYirld-ll raid.
AukiihI I'llioH is 1111 Ivlklitirti aalnuu
keeier, wlm wna nrreated reeently
vliarcil with aelliiiK lienor on the Sulj-
untli. lie wna titken Iwlorc a justice lit
Hlkhoni t'ur trial, unci Btrailiiway
moved for 11 eliaiiKC of vi'iiuc,
"Wbat'i that?" the court naked.
"We don't wunt to he tried by yon,"
T'tln fTai attorney responded.
"I'd like to know why not?" the court
"Well, we have an athilavit totbecflect
that we feel that we cannot secure n fair
uud impartial trial. You're prejudiced."
"Vou're a liar!"
"You're unfriendly to us."
"You're an infernal, no account, worth
ess liar. You ami your client ouht to
he in jail."
"We want to go before another court,
The justice rose up nnd roared.
"You make me tired," he cried. "Do
you think this court ia Koinit to have you
Iinwiux ull over the country like liog
;neea lookine for a man with u lantern
to auit your pleasure ? Think the law ia
a tmnK to lie tried on like a auit ol clothes t
You ait down there and tjive your evi
dence." I'thofTs attorney complied and the re
sult was his client wna lined $100 and
was sent to jail. But the attorney nh
jieared belore the district court, recited
the lacts, and the saloon mun wait re
leased. attartlluKa a)traiii-er.
Down lielow Natchez, while the laint
was runiiiiiK in eloae to the left-hand bank
and had stopiwd her wheels to avoid a
bic tree flouting in nn eddy, we saw a
native sitting on a stuni.i fishing. He sat
lient over, hat over his eyes, und there
whs scarcely a movement to tell thnt he
wasnlive. We had a smart Aleck with
us on the promenade deck, and he had no
sooner cnught sight ol t lie native than
lie culled to tine of the deckhands to toss
him up a potato. A iwck or more of the
tollers were lyiug loose near a pile of
aaeks, and one was quickly tossed up.
"Now see me startle him," said Smart
Aleck, us he swung his urm for a throw.
The distance was only about a hundred
leel, and his aim wua so true that the po
tato hinded on the native's head with it
dull (hud. His motions were so quick
that we couldn't ngret as to how he did
it, but in about three seconds he, hud
dropped his fishpole, pulled a revolver as
long us his arm, and fired at Smart Aleck.
The liullct bored a hole in his silk hat
just iiIkivc his hair, nnd the young man
sank down in a heap ai'H tinmen uwav.
When we restored him to his senses he
carclully felt 01 the topof his head, looked
liaek nt the tisliernian, aim aiiscntiy
'Did she explode both boilers tir only
A lrlrac Mlnlnter lit Trouble.
From the Chicago Nvwa.
There has Ikch any amount ol SMirt at
the exM.'tisc of the Manpiis of Salisbury.
Ii seems that when the prime minister
and his wile returned from their summer
ti ip In the continent thev brought back
nil 11 them two nnd a half gallons of line
tn-niidy and a large stock of clioicecignrs.
1'pon arriving at Ncwhaven Lord Salis
bury connived to get his previous liquors
and tobacco as far us the private conch
that was in wailing for him. All at once
two itruuH-cvcd tilhccrs swooticd down
uion that vehicle uud resurrected the
lirundy and cigars from the wcnltbof lap
robes and rugs which enveloped them.
Lord Salisbury cheerfully paid the $70
n (pared lor the passage ol tne goous.
Ilut the coachman was taken into custo
dy uud detained several horns lor having
liecu a iHirlnrr to what uwn its face
looked like a clear attempt at smuggling.
(If course the prime minister had no dith
cullv in tiroving the hone.lv ol hiscoiich-
innn nnd securing his release, but as there
i a suwrnbuudancr ol red taiiein i;uroie
even the prime minister lound the process
ol exctilpala.n eicceiling tedious.
OH on the Breakers) al DatiKcrouu
I'lom the Han Francisco Chronicle.
The steamer Mexico appears to liuve
solvetl a marine problem which mny he
of great use to navigators along certain
portions of the I'neilic coast. (In the L'-M
lilt, she wits tlctnincd oulside the Colum
bia river bar, and could not cross it.
The detention was caused by the heavy
breakers which rentier passage ol vessels
imiHisstble nt certain phases ol I lie tines.
Cain. Patterson stales thut he waited
outside ten hours lorn trvornble chance
In cross the bur, and nt last decided to
Alargripinntity of "waste' was placed
in the closest pines, and oil was allowed
in ilrin slowlv llironith to the water.
The nil spread with astonishing rapid
ity over tin immense area ol waiersur-
Lire nnd it sorrnd inshore over tile una
genius bar. The result wns that the
comb ol tlie oreiiKers wna omsen, mm
the Mexico passed over in safety, with
out shipping any aeaj
Didn't MMKKcat Napoleon.
Ail American editor has lieen shown
n lock of Napoleon llonaparte'i hair. The
editor soya that if he had not been told
that it wna from Napoleon 1 Head lie
would not have recognised it, as it bore
11 striking resemblance to the capillary
urowth 011 the heud of William Ferguson
til this town.
Knllllcd lo Paaa.
From the Went ahore.
President X. M. T. K. R. ( haughtily I
"Who la this lames W. Hungsliirter who
wnnta a pass?" I'rivnte secretary
iitMM.M..!niia. iifKltelHiviriitt nresident
of the knocush Natural Sand Hank-
lessee of the " President I hastily 1
"Send him an annual. I thought he was
some poor devil who couldn't pay his
Did II. '
From the File . end. Blatter
"How olten liuVe I told you that ynu
must have the picture straight, and just
..... t....u .....,LH that una hnnvsl" "I
don't know why It is, ma'am,' I straight
ened it tins morning, aim now
side is lower limn the other. 1 think,
tnn'ntn, It must Is? because allthe treea
in the picture arc at that end, ma am.
From the Knlelsh Chron'el..
The latest census of this state, It is said
will rmbruee ntMiiit IMKj.utKI women.
Lor! don't we wish we were n ceisiua.
The Baby ( hawed a t artrldg.
A colored plcniu excursion boarded a
truiti on tan Esist Tnneaaee, Virginia
iiii l Gi'iirgln ".lilrntd nt Sunday.
i'Ii .: .rf, ikvv iring, gnyly dros
1 1 pirnirk 'MiTowdod thuseiitsniiilaialfi
fi iho mho ;i't'uml li.'-t 1 1:in cms and the
ovcri! .. 1 v 1 lino led the parlor csr do
spite 1 -rot . 'i'ho cLiuior and bsliel hi
cidcut I 1 r.iifb iiiTiiirs nn aliovo the
I'laltKr of cur tvlii'ids and 11111 1 ordinnry
railroi'l coin .'lwttiou imp'wuIMp, Bui
nt a 8topmrte ut one of I hn little railway
wliilioni tiieie was a lull. A tmorly olnd
old nogvo of soloniii vis iga ciu:) up tu n
enr window nnd said to nn elderly col
Sia Mile, I k 'stoniiibed to you liy.i.
gwine oft' pivnicin' Hnnduy when yo
cunsiu's ln.iy'h bein' burled dii hyti
"Law. you don' toll inu! Well. I did
hear de baby was dead, but ih'ti I didu'i
look for hiii'Ii a siiddent fnnoml. Wlial
"Well, I t"ll yon, I don' know 'aactlj .
Imt doruwn.' . mo tliualeiueulvarlridger
ronn' dc house, mrl doy s'pose ileelp'
bit off de de et"i o' one of the twlridgiv.
l8H.';wHys doy found bis head uioa' blow
ad off an' one eai'trid'To done gone."
There wan a moan of sympathy from
the carload of listeners, nnd wlnn the
train moved on a linsliof horror held the
piriiicln rs nileut almost to the next sta
lion. Mneoii (Ua.) Telegraph.
Mr. Flagler's Floltlug 1'itlaea,
Tliis year every ni-n who livs near
the bound and who re 11 afford the lux
ury hi inveMing in a yschl. Thorrafi
range in eviTy eonoei-. aide variety, froir.
eatboats to Mr. Flagler's new floatint
palace, the Allela, wliirh, by the way, b
the sensation of the yachting world just
at pres-nt. rihe is lyinu off LhivIiiiioiii
with a ti!, rrev of men aboard. Every
lliing nbout the new hunt is spick inn'
!i new. Flag; -r has had a largi
otilce titled up alsiartl the Alicia, when
lie can tranwiei some of the Imsiness n!
Htaiidard Oil company on his wilt
to and from New York wlin h" fwls in
the htiiuor. Tlu re is 11 typewriter in tin
ivihin and a I'ommodiiuia desk for tin
mi of the millionHim's eeretry. Tin
nieolmle of a Standard Oil iniufiiut
slartiug the l)iiinesH of the day whih
raking his daily trip from Lairhmmit ti
New York in bis yacht llon:;s to th
lutter day history of Kew York. New
Travel In Hie Sou Hi went.
A railroad man who is an 11 ;e'il fur 111.
e istcrn Mad iloiug liimiuesa with ull tin
tvestera. southweKieni uud Uortliwtsfeni
trnnk lines ays that ?n ier cent, of tin
emigrant travel goes 'o the northwest
Alaitit a niuntli from now the bulk o.
1 lis business vi'.l hav ln'e;i done for tin
ili-iidur year. Frnni that time tmtii
next s)irin the travel will Iw chiefly fo
linsttiess or pleasure. This snme ob
server estimates that nf the citizens ol
the Suited .Stales fully AM s-r cnt. ol
tlnwe nniviiig from their old eaatern
li.iiiiisgototbeiiewiioi'. I'.viHt iu prefer
"lice to the middle and southwest. In
Kcueral the southwest semti' lo lie pre
ferrwl to the middle W"l. Tbemigrs
lion to th ' soutiiwimt and the soul h it
more largely from the central western
stittet. than from I lie esst and New Kug
laud. New York Sun.
t'llliimllla (,lllleIt, I'realdelll.
Selh lio"; ii putting new life into llu-veii.-r.iblo
marhiti' ry .of Colninbia col
lege. He h is no roajsi't for nil old rule
that d'N-s not reusonHlily provide foi
a new t'oiitingeiiry Kor instance, a
young man not overburdeni-d with
wealth entered the law school, tutying
what was for him ipiile a fee. After al
tending two or three lectures business
exigencies forluide his continuance nl
study. lie applied to the IrensiinT foi
a relmte nn his rash uiytnent, only ti
meet with a delay and hear a rule re
eited against such a demand. Then he
dnippitl Peeudent Low a line. Within
four honrs the jtofure bmnghl a court
eous reply nnd a check. ("hatter
A female dnciednry was born Int'npt.
t'jeH' stable Wednesday evening,
aliont flfti-en minutes Iiefore 7 o'clock.
The proud mother ia Druid. The little
Isdy stand .intuit three feet high and
has a slender IhkIv. Imt very long legs
This is the fourth dromedary born at the
irnrk. The first, Horace, dii-d in infancy.
His hide, hninp and all, (.'apt. Cassell
luia inounti'd. It is now in the csptain'i
parlor. The second. Kate, was sold to
th rlrrna with the grandmother nf the
baby Jnst arrived. The third, another
Horses, still lives. He. with Drnld and
the baby, compose the drove now at the
park. Baltimore Bun.
A Consorting Link (lone.
The late Hon. Samuel Adams Tnruer.
of Norwell, iHisseased a unique interest
to the student of our early history. His
death removes the Inst link of a very
short chain which connected us with the
pilgrims. Mr. Turner, who was born ia
1792, rememl"rd Kbeneier Cobb
rather Cobb." aa he was called who
died in the first year nf this century, nt
the age of 107. and who knew the rhll
dren of the passengers nf the Mayflower
So in three Uvea Peregrins White.
Kbeneser Cobb and Samuel Adams Tur
nerthe entire S70 year of New Eng
land's existence was represented. Bos
Mine. Tararay, the Russinu prima
donna, la monmiug the loss nf a largo
sum of money and a pair of diamond
earrings, perhaps the whitest and finest
stones In Fnropa. She is now singing at
the t'ovent Warden theatre, in London,
and left them in a cab on her way home.
Thechs'k recently removed from Ibe
Exchange tower in Ravsnnnh, s., had
marked otT time there for eighty-seven
year. It was remov.sl because It had
harnnia too miraliulilc. A liioderu time
piece ia to take its place.
Old Pio Pico, the late Mexican gov
ernor of California, Is passing his th
,iii dues In nnrertr. He is now 11
years old. has lit his properly and line
not money enongn n pay 111s imuse rem.
When Bshy was sick, ws cave ear Caeternv
Whea ilwoasaOhlktiSbsorkal for Csslorla.
Whea aba bad Chlldrsa, sos gaee lasa Csaori
i rorra back acmw. ,
Otfoa at all worn oat, really ree MBota
ins, It aao.rald.bllllr. Tnm
f aweare roo, eUsaoaa your llrsr, see ana
Ceatorlalesowell adapted to children that
1 recommend Itss superior to soy prescription
snows to me." II. A. Ascaia, M. D
III bo, Oxford 81., Brouklyn, N, T.
till Fiittna Avenue. Home enre.
no v 17(101'
Hltuatlnn hy a mlddle-aaed lady to dotlaht
houaewurk. Ad reaa.
MVS. L. MtlKC.AN,
nov!7dlws Carolina Houiie.
lJST,STK.Ylil ON STOUiX.
A duuble-blttrd liridlc lietween the 8(iiare
and Hwannnnea river bri-lae. Hvlurntn J,
M. Alexander nnd necive reward.
From nr premiaea a mouae colored railch
cow, half Jcraey, with roic around horn..
Lilicral reward by retuniing to
novisdat m wnniiFlK 8TKIII1T.
A village cart prlee $H vere little u-eil
Ii. II I'ATTKKS IN.
novllld.lt Cor. Ilill.l.U-aad liaat Bts.
I'urniaheil htiuae nf? room, and outbuild
inaa No 7H II illcy Ktreet. Apiily at
novlHdlw SU CHbSTNLT 8T.
A very deelrable reaiiletioe. furulahed, with
miHlern eouveiiienwa,on lis-lrv atrret, within
tivc minute, walk .if Fuliliv Houare. Apply
at ia PATTON AVBNI'K.
The hounr known the Mllowrll Hntu.'
tin Grady trcct,cuntalninK U rumi Apply
tu Jtts)at H. Ktahnkk.
novlatillw 'Jt7 North Main t.
) KB NT
Purnihrd (iinnrTtlng rtinm, uitnhle fur
nnvll dim 81H PATTON AVB.
Two romfrirtHlilc unnv mum, itultahlr for
I.Kht lioueketuinK Apply hi
miviVtUr 11 1 HAll.HV KTKKMT.
pOK Kit NT,
Fnrn.'hrd houM Crntml l.tH-nilm. All
Improvement. I t mm on Hppli'-ui.uit A,.
ply IV U I'ATTuN AVI.M Il
Huhurlmn reniririice, one mile from rity t n
M cm tin mi nvrnne rtsait, hantlMimcly attti
eompletfly fumiiheil and c(iilpirtl : eimilnilr
view; exlenilve KrtiuntU; two treeh Jrrrv
vti.va; winter gnntcn; honr and vrhulrs If
tlettlrrid. loMm4ua aivrn lit ul Novemlier.
Owner oceupyins In aumtiitr unly would
make fiennanent arranKcmrnl with parly
ilralrinK a winter realdence. Ailtlrrtm
arptiiUU I. O. LOCK HoX KMX
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly In Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Solid O110 Dolliir ntm iimiow
your Huliwriptiou at oiHi.
SMHial CorroHiiuinloiitH in
ovory wctioti of Wwtern
In the State.
Caatorla cures Oolle, fjonattpatlnn,
Hour Btouiai-u, Dlarrhrea. tnieialion,
Kills Womia, (Ivaa sleep, and pruuiotea dl-
WIlCuul Injurious medication.
Taa Csarasa Coauin, IT Murray Street, M. Y.
The Dallv Clllaen.
Is always nlive to the interests ol
Asheville and its peonle.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater niiinlier of jieople
than rty other secular paicr in the
la always filled with the choicest read
ing mutter of the day.
Hoarding houses hll their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n great
succeii without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Citizkn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
CRHA TliS mnnv anew business:
KS'LAmiliS ninny nn or husiiiess;
RHV'IVHS many a dull business;
RliSCI'FS many a Aist business;
SA VKS mnnv a lulling business;
FKESHR VliS many a large business;
SliCURliS success in any business.
To advertise judiciously, use the col
umns of'Tbe Citiien." Everybody reads
it; and in propttttion to the reiurns it
yields advei Users, its rates are the cheap
est in the count! v.
Thr rviiHiin RAOAM'8
MICKOl.lt KII.1.I.K .
the moat wonderful med
trine, in Ik-cuusc it hn
never failed in any In
tuit tut?, no matter whiit
thr dim-ant', irom I.P.I
KoKV to the niniplritt
dir;tr known tothe hu
The mhiitifie men of
to-tlity f I n i m anil
provr thnt rvrry dl"
CnuH-ed by Microbe.
-RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER--
Itxternimntra the MltTittm und driven them
out of thr nyNU-m, and when thut in dine
youeannol huve an ache or puio. No mat
lit what tlw diaraar, whether a ltnilr ca
ol Mitluda Fevrr or a ctiml'lniititm of tl.
ntmH, we cure them all nt thr tmuie time, a
wr treat all diM-anett contliutio ally.
at hum, Cotimintfittoti, Cut unit. Itron
chit if, h' hen mitt i nt. Khhwy untl Liver
hinettscs Chill uml t'vvcr, lvnmh
Tmuhlca, in all it ihrmt,, n . in fact,
every IH.xmsc known In the Hnttwn
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Re that oar Trade-Mark Oitiine aa above)
apfirara on rain Jug.
ftrnH for hook "HUtory of the MierotH
Kilier." given away by
J. S. GRANT, Hh. C.,
Htdc Airrnt, Atheville, N. C.
. novlTdlr tu Irt un
The andrmlintrd hnelnK admlnimrml on
the eia!e of Jnmra Canton, dee'd. h reliv no
ill V all perna having elalinn nKNint I he re
late to prrent the name wit ton twrlvr
moi'tba Irom thia date, or thla notice w ill he
pirn In I in bar of their pnymrnt Pcrmn
iudrlitetl to the eat ate will pleaae eotue lor
ward and make KUlcmvnt lorthwlth.
T. C Ii. I'l'KI'.R,
f. B CAIN.
Aaheville. K't. 14, IHttO Adtn'ra.
ttctlO Uflt wed
Hv virtue of the Miwer of aulegivm thr un
tlnatgiird hy the deed In trut to him, eirru
ttd y John W VYallf to aroire the pavmeni
of the driti tlwrrin d acrilMd in i. Ii. Huttlr.
huh anld ilrht la now Htt Une and unpaitl,
and which aaid deed in trut la duly rrjrta
ti red In thr oflitT of th rrgi-trr nf deeda lor
Hunvtimlte county, N. C . in book 'J'J. nt pnt
1 :iw. and t which reference ia hereby itiadt
for lull particu ura.
The umlrr-tgnrd, In puraunnrt nf aald
laiwrr ol aiilf. w ill aril nt public sale nt the
conrt i-otiar tltMir in Alu viltv, N. C, un 1 ue
day, the aftth day of NovemlHr. hh at lit
o'cltM-k m., for cah. the hind dtacrilied in
atnd lrrd in imat the anic bring a tract ol
i:i;i at re on "riunari I'rm," mr Aahtvll'e.
N. C, adlolnlng Inmla ul T. I. Johnton. T.
W 'attn. Kioilirrlv and nihrr. and mre
lully dctK rtiird In anld tled in trut to w hUh
rcfrrrntT i again made
Thi 2tai Uhv of (htobrr. 1'o.
UtllovIA wed I NO. U. MOHTIC, TriiNlrr.
MIHH JCLIA IlltafaH,
I'roin Halllmore, has Joined MM II. FAI L
RM1TH. lute from Nrw York. In
Mine. Smith I. now irennd to do the
atoal .lyliall linaamnking al the ahortral
notice. Millinery aud lint. ol all klndsmadr
over, a apct tally. Call al AT South Main
streel, over l.sar'a .lore. nm-ITdSw
tlusrdlnna, admiiiiatrators snd e.eeatora
sre htreliy notiSrd lo atuwar al the clerk's
nfhee at one. and make settlement, snd eavr
mats sa notices are already In the sheriff's
hands Any one coming In liefure tiring not!,
lied by the aliertfT will not be charged any
eitra enai. Those falling to call at once will
crrtalnlv ta- dealt with nece riling to taw.
l,n I JHlf W. T. HKYMil.na. Clerk.
Of onurHo tliorp'n inonpy in
priiitcr'H ink, but tlio mini
who miikcH llio nioHt intclIU
front HHP of it p.lH tin' nioHt
iiioncy tmt of it. It (Ioph not
nnv to ndvprtiso HonicthiiiK
you linvon't not, or any tiling
von cannot io ntiti io wen.
The mnn who ndvcrtiHcs n
fraud nnint Im-ve a "irood"
fraud, nnd ho who nd vcrtini'M
banrainm in itooiIh munt be
prepared to witiHfy hio mih-
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wcatem North Carolina Division.
I'AHUNGKK TKAIN rtCMKDL'LK
I In liFfgCT A UK imt 31)
7Ath Ntcrldiuti time tiaed when not otherwii
No. r 1
h I Onm
lO lit) pm
a! l.ftptn I
1 1! L'Apm
i y nr.um
1 20 pm
'1 New York,
L,v. New York"
I il I Rum
I I i! n in
2 30iim I
"SI "".' 1 1 ml n Jt 'iV
445 pm j
No. il& I
k. TKo. 04
A. & ft. H.
ft lft amlleV Aabt-villf . Arr.
700 p m
607 p m
ao p m
loop amlAr. Hetiibrminvllle, '
lUaprn" partuitburi;, I.e.
MI KI'll Y MKANCII.
No. ln Dally eWpt Sunday.) I No. 17
7!tnamLv. AhIicvIIIc, Ar.
9 aft a ml r, Ynynea llle, "
-typmj" BrynouCity, "
ftftopm) " Andrew. I.e.
4()ft p m
a or p m
D40 a ni
ft ftO a m
Nn. AO and Al. I'ullmnu tileepera between
Noa. 52 and CtH rullmiin HuiTet Sleenlng
Car between Hot Spring it and Washington.
W , A. nllHUl'KIHi l. r A.
Aaheville. N. C.
JAR. L- TAYI.OK.U. I. A.,
'vaHiiuurtou ii i.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWATKIiRA ST. PAUL
AND NOKTIIIiRN PACIFIC R. K'S.
Through Pull mnn Sleenina Car lea era Chi
cago dnily at A. .'Ol p. m.
ior m. I'ttui nun Minnenpon.
' Pargo, North Duktta.
lltlrim und Itutte, Montana.
The Yrllowatone Park.
Kpokanr FhIIm nnd Tacui ia.
M Portluntl, Oregon
Heat Koutc to Seattle und all lorth Pacific
The scenic line to California, 'ia Portland
and the Shnata Noute.
Ticket on anle everywhere.
For inforuiaiM n apply to anr Agent, or
nildrema A. V. II- Cahprntkr, f eneral Pan
at ng;.-r Agent. Chiengo, III., or a. C. Hrauv,
Htsuthern Puavenger Agent, I.oulnville, Ky.
CbTca& Alton R.R.
FAKTKKT KOtlTlt TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Kanvna City In 37 hour.
Ahrvillr to lienvrr in Al hour.
Aaheville tn Hun Krnneiaro. California, and
Portlitnd. Oregon, in A dnva.
Htdld Yeaiibiiled Train St. f.oul tn Kan
nnn City. Kcclitiing chnir car free.
For full Information call un or write to
B. A. New la ud,
District Paenger Agent,
Nn. Ill Patton Ave., Anheville, N.C.
J. CHAKIaTON, IV P. A.. Chicago, III.
TLANTIC COAtiT LINK
fin and after thi date the folio wina ached
ulea will te run mer it"Columbla INvialon.'
No. 03 I -e live Columblit o.'JO p. m.
Arrive at Chnrleaton..,.H 9.30 p. m.
No. 62 lave ChnrU-Mou 7.10 a. tn.
Arnvra ittColumbta 11. AA a. tn.
Connecting with trnina to and from all
h ilnt on the Chnrlotte, Cotitmhia At Au
gtiMtu and Columbia, a OmuviHe knilroad.
T. M. KMKHSON, Orn. Paaa. Agt.
I. P. PMViNK. O.o unt.
Hume oettole niFree with The Run'a oninlon
MlMiiit men ami thtiur. and aome oetitilr
dnn't ; but rvervbotly like to gM hold of the
nrwapniH-r wnion i never uuu ana never
alrnid to ieak it mind.
DeitiiK-rntt- know thnt for twentr years
The Hun bu fought in the front line for lrm
iHTittic nnuclulea, never wavering tr weak
en inu in its biyultv to the trur-ititrreata of the
pnrtv it serve with leuru tnteiogence ana
didlntrrcflied vigr At time opinions have
dilh rctl a to m let nienns of accompbh
lug the common piirpoac, it la not The
nun'a iiiuii ii u nua seen luriner into inc niii-
lUghteen hundred and ninriv-one win ne a
great year in Ann Hum pulitl.'a, aud every
IkhIv hould read The Hun.
Dallv, per mmitll 00 SO
Daily, er year o.oo
Hundiiv, ikt year i.oo
atty and Hundiiy,jer yrnr ti.oo
nilv and Kiiuditv.Vcr month 0.70
Weekly, one year I.OO
Acldrran THK HI'N. New York.
WM, R, PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aaheville, N. C.
I-. O. Ho a P.
marl Sd Iv
TO WEAK HEN
nnVrlnf from th. efaeu of ynnthful arrers, Mrtr
sand a valuable Inula, (eaeledj oontaluiBl foil
partlenlar. for bom. eura, FREIof ebarga. a
splendid Badleal vork i abould ka read by every
sua WBO Is aarvou. snd debilitated. Addrsaa,
rrat. W. C. FOWLta, Moodua, Caaa.
HTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
In I Inn liars, srithnnl Pain,
l-n'venl. atrlrturii. Contain, no
nrrld nr nnlaonnua suliatsnres, snd
la gnsrnntn-d sliaolutely hsnnlaas.
Is preaerllicil by phvalelans and
reenmrnilfil lirdruuitUts. Fries
Hold bydriiKKlata. llewara of Sub.
.Iltnlea. li-'linCliem fn l.til,.X O la
FIIH HA I li HV
Hmon a SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
7Yf iiiuii who wi'tit out to
milk nntl sit down onti boul-
(( hi tln wliltllfofiipiiNtun
i ml wnitt'd for tho cow to
buck up to him, wus tho eld-
iKt hrothvr of tho inn ti who
ktit stonr mid did not ndvvr-
t iso, horn nso hi' ronsoiwd thil t
tho jtinvhit&iiifx public would
buck up to his plnce when it
The AhIu'viIIo Daily and
Wkkkiy ('iriZKNcoveru West
ern North Carolina.
Montr nlee moms with hoard nt
imvlllla NO. l WI'HI'CHST.
IJ'tlNKKA Pnre Itlrseh snd neptlatory on
-e.nle, Mbanipnoing and aralo treatmeat
aatti Nov. v.i, at nu. u, nnria aiaia nt.
,?... ,P . , v . o q o o e
o b o o o "oo
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
Froir a Newspaper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a workmanlike
Htyle at this Print
PRICES A3 LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask any of tho thousands
of their patron in Asheville
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
busiiieds. They are
In North Carolina.
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