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AS11EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FHIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1800.
NOTHING LIKE IT I
Mood li thicker t)in water,
ad mint be kept pun to
Inrara good health.
Swift's Hramrtc Is natures remedy
for thta purpnm,
I aever to fails eltmnate the Impur
Ut and build lip the general health.
There to only one hwlft's SpeolOa,
ad there le nothing like it
Bo euro Mid Ret the genuine.
Treatise on lllood ami Skin Pin mtg
Tbe Swift Sperlflo Co., Atlanta, 0
DR. J. H. WILLIAMN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
Honrs 10 A. M. to a I. M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Knoma A anil II, McAfee HullrtlllK.
Hours 10 a. in. to 1 p. m. mill 4 to 0 p. in
TclcKnc No. 47.
BR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DOOMS S AN 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND nt'll.lUIH.
I'romirtacsa auarnnteed. Office No. .1, w
ond floor, Hendrv lilock, itlm tly over poat
office. Kcaldcnce No US llntlcy street.
A. II. COBB,
S TE NOG R A PI I E R.
A. S. GRAHAM,
mix-Over J. It. '-a'" ltorc. rlouili Mala
With K J'"-
Plllina with silver or aaaala.m ...Atlc. m7Ac.
n-old a 1 .uo ami upw.nl.
rVl of teeth. " "'
Beat art of teeth aa.Oll.
No nettcraiarte, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
KoomeS and 0, McAfee Itnilcllnu.
I'altoa Avenue, A.hcv Ik. N. C.
PMCTK'I LIUITHII TO THK
If jre, Kmr, Throat aud None.
Attorney at Lawi
Will n-actlcrln the loth anil IJIh Judicial
tiHatrii't. of North Carolina and In the Su-
Kxme Court and the Federal Court tM thr
rolrrn IHatrict of North Carolina.
.Thko. P. liAvinaiiN, Tiitm. A. Jokk
Kalctiib. Ja. 11. Masria. Astevillc.
AVIDSON, MARTIN ft JONbS.
Attorney and Counacltora at Law,
Aahrvillr, N. C.
Will practice in thr 11th nnd 1'Jtli Judicial
kHatrtcta. and in the Huitrrmr Court ol North
Carolina, find in thr Federal Courta of the
VA'mtrrn I Mat net 01 rtortit laroitna.
Meter to Hank of Aaheville. iltacl
J A. TKNNBNT,
Architect aud Contractor.
Plana, speetflratloa. and estimate, fur
al.hed. All wnrs In my line contracted for,
sum! no charKe. for drawlnR. on contracts
MWercoiTS when denlred.
oaint No. ta Hendry III.kIi. North t'ouil
rtou.rr. A.hevllle,N. C fcblotlljf
ja p. kamiiav, ii. n.a.
Dental fy' Otllce i
llrer the National llnnk of A.llevllle. llllr-
aard HullillnR. Knildrnce. flu k hnrlotlc at.
H. II. IKKVKS, O.U.i. II. K. SMITH, U.II.S
Dra. Rcctcs A Srulth.
la Counaily puiintna. otrr Mrdood'a Mtore,
Teelh eslraetrd wllhont tmlti, wlththenew
antratnetle, and all caara 01 irrcKUinniy cor
.ncD TO LIFE nt
FAMILY 6 ROC ERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaeat for Reema CreeS Woolen Mills,
rlorts Mala Aahcrllk, N. C.
(Huceensors to lialrd Kiclor )
Mt. aS North Main direct.
A at'l'BKIOK I'l.OUM MANUI'ACTUHIIII
I'UK tll'M TMAUIt, Al.l. HIZIIM,
sTE SEU FOR S3.40 PER MUNDHtO.
ANBW IIIIHII. eartfnll) iirepared I'f leaiT
laa member, ol thr Aaheelll. liar loa
Aaeat uar.aaa.ui aad heavy flat paotr), cor
atiaa all aweeeaar point., Juat out and aow
aa aale at tae ofltca of tb. Cinsaa pvauaa
Ca.) IU. MarU Court, qaara. aalt
A VERY FRIENDLY CALL.
THK VlalT OF THK BBAZII
Then Coiiio to Repav and Ac-
fctiowledif c VourU-aleN Received
From tlie I'Mlteil MlatcM Tl.i oililll
Our White HUHlru.i,
Prom the New York Hun.
The whole country knows liiat Hit'
niiHHiiin il the Brazilian stiiuilrn here
in to present to the president tit the I'm
ted Suites n Robi nnil pnllitHiiin inethil ns
it token of national appreciation of the
prompt recinjnitiiin nl'thc new llriiiilimi
republie Ivy thin country, ami to return
the friendly visit which our 8(u.ilron ol
evolution paiil to Kin lie Inneiro last
This visit of the Itnuilinu suailroii to
our eounlry is the most nni(uc event in
our diplomatic history. It is common
enough !'r national aitmtlrons to visit
foreign ports mill exchange certain civili-
tiea with the representatives of the for
eign ixiwcrs visited, hut naval men enn
nut recall another instance of suchn visit
bcinu; formally returned Ivy the xwer
visited. In international nlVairs it
ipiite sufficient when a lorcinu S(iiadron
comes into mrt to salute it in a hctittiiiK
manner mid to tender iti highest olfieinl
the civilities of the port ami such olhe
attentions, chielly of a semi-oHicial char
acter, as the relation lielwtcii the two
Again, when Admiral Walker's sunif
run of evolution entered the port ol Kio
lie Janeiro on unc -'It, the Brazilian forts
hoisted the American ling and saluted
Ix'fore the sipiadron had time to pay its
resiicets nrst to tne iKirt, I Ins nistin
suished honor has seldom, if ever, lirfore
liecn shown one iKltioil ley another. It
is the univei .till custom ( t the port to
nv.au i uc saline 01 tne ineumiuu snip ih
fore firini; u uun or hoistiui; a flat;. Hut
that win nut all. When the forts saluted
Kcar-Admiral Walker thev fired filteen
Buna. The salute to n Keiir-Ailmirnl is
thirteen uiiiia the world over. The sa.
lute ol filteca nuns is due solely to n Vice
All this, of course, together with the
naval pageantries, the receptions, nnri
the festivities which tilled the next lew
days at Kio, was to show the npprrciu'
tion of the brand new rcpii'dir of Itrnzil
ol the net ot the In.recr and olirrrciuihhr
of the north in pnimptly reconizini: the
new popului uoveiiiiiieul. At that tunc
n year had not passed since the silent rev
olution, and not long before Admiral
Walker, arrival, the United Stales had
led all the greater nations in recognizing
the new government. The whole country
was wild with friendly enthusiasm, anil
when I'nelc Sam's white souadron
tlropien in lor a passing call it expressed
Its L'rntltUfle liv rirtmrtiner n. wimihv n. it
verv well coulii under the circuinstnnccs
from all recognized precedent ol interim
tional ceremony. Itrnzil had detei mined,
in short, to welcome the I'uitcd States
sin m in good style, without regard to
established lorms. It was the same lie
sire to show its friendliness and affection
lor the greatest of all republics that
prompted the young republic to make a
ciiniiiiciiiuniiiYC nieoai tu send to lis
which is iN'rhaiis the most unusual teat
urc of nil, mid to send out n uadron to
bring it up here, and at the same tune re
turn tin.' visit of our white squadron.
I'rom the HI. I.oula Democrat.
Ix wis Stewart of the liighlh Illinois
district is finely educated, wealthy anil
has traveled extensively. Hut he will
not have a tiirjiet or stove in his house
at Aurora, lie is otherwise very peculiar.
Ilurinu thr recent cnmpaimi he refused to
put up a dollar for tliecxpcnscs, declaring
tluit the otfice must seen tne man, untl
when a dciuoeratic imhticiun called one
ilnv to confer nlMiut the canvass Mr.
Stewart sent word by tlie servant that
the politician iniubt no to shcol. lie
even rcliised to have any tickets printed,
saving tin: voter, could write out his
name just us well. Vet he was elected
over u republican who hud 10,000 plu
Another character is Ix-oniiliis Mara
thon Miller, ol Oshkosh, Wis., who was
nicked up when tin infant on the battle
held of Missolonghi.t'ireeec, in IH'H, by 11
Vermonter, who took him to this coun
try and brought hi in up. He is the hrst
('reek who ever held a seal ill Congress.
Miller lives inn district thnt was believed
to lie hoH'lessly republican, and had the
nomination forced on him. tic went
away and never returned until niter the
election lino lounii me Hum wiiu- mill
brought him in, much to the chagrin of a
tloxen dcmncrnla who might have had
John Davis, elected from Kansas by the
farmers, is an out-and-out socialist, lie
wns an old friend untl neighbor of I.m
coin, at Springfield. III., and claims thnt
he iinbilK-d his socialistic views from the
emancipator. The Henry George people
have a representative in Tom L. Johnson
of the Cleveland (O.I district. He be
lieves nil taxes should he imimscd on the
rental value of lund. Mr. Johnson is u
street railway man of considerable
wealth having won it nil by inventive
genius and close application to the busi
Mad Mini Mick.
from the New York Weekly.
St, Paul man, on railway train "It
just makes me sick to tee the chcitp wit
that', gotten oft ubout St. I'nul and
Minneapolis, just as if there was really
rivalry between them." Stranger
"Well, isn't there any ?" St. Pnul Man
"Diets your heart, no; not a particle,
linen place is contributory to the other,
and we nil recognize it. No feeling on
the subject at all, sir never was.
Couttln't be, of course, among sensible
people, you know. You are on your
way to St. I'nul, I presume?" Stranger
"No, I am going to Minneupolit to set
tle there." St. I'nul mun "Minneapolis?
What do you want to bury yourself in
thnt miserable little hole for ? '
Too Rllaky for Him.
I'ncle Humttcd '!No, James, I can't
stay nil night with ye, I'd like to; but
New Vnrk is an awful dangerous place,
and I must Is? gcttin' home," James Up-
tftn-vONpa Vtirlf HfitMrff-rit,M I ll.u, .1,.
you make thnt out uncle?" "Why, I sec
lucre win over .100,000 mysterious nis
upiicnrniicc here this year." James U11
ton "Where did you get your figures?"
Uncle Uumsted ''Prom the federal cen
sus." No Mora Time There.
I'rom llanicr's Hamr.
Stranger (on car, to Cndlcvl. "Have
you the timer Inillcv Its twenty
minutes past three." (Five minutes
tlitite.) Stranger "Will you please give
me the timer" luuicv 1 nrec twenty
five, sir." (Ten minuteselnpse.) Stranger
"Can vou give me the time again, sir?"
Cadley (indignant) "No, air, 1 can't.
I've given you all I had. You'd better
apply to tome man who has eternity on
him lian.l. "
RIHKN FROM THK UK AD.
International l.caHo.i IX, Fourth
Uuarler, Nov. 30.
Compiles! fn-tl bwffli HclncrQiiArterly ly ptr
miMalnn of It. 8. Hnmsu, publisher, l'Ulladu
1. "Now uimn tlio first day of the weok,
very early in 1 lie morning, t.huy came unto
tut) sepnlclier, bringing Mm spices which
they had prepared, nuil certain lithe with
thoin." On Kriday afternoon His body
wrapjH'd In linen, with about a hundred
pound wriidit of spices which Nicodomiis
provided, was by him and Joseph of Art
ami hen laid In Joseph's new tomb, where
in was never man yot laid (John xlx, 38
43). Aeninling to Matthew and Murk,
some of the women of tinlllue who fol
lowed Him, ministering unto Him, saw
lllm die as they stood nfnr oft", or
rather were standing afar 11IT when He
died, and also snw wheru Joseph and Nlca
tlemns buried Him. Then they returned
and prepared spices and ointments and
rested tlie Sabbath tiny according to the
cnmuiHiidmunt (xxlll, 3(1). These are they
who come so early to the sepulcher. With
sad nnil heavy hearts I hoy eonie to add one
nioro kindness to the many which they
Imve already liestnwed on lllm whom they
loved so well. Ho will nniloubt give them
fiillcnilit for nil their loving kindness,
but if they hud only believed lllm they
would have. Iieen spared this labor and ex
H'nse. We often mean well In our desire
to serve lllm, but like these women do
much fruitless work because of llnliellef.
8. "And they found tlie stone rolled
away from tho sepulcher." They said as
they nine, "Who shall roll us away the
stone from the door nf the sepulrherf"
(Mark xvi, :i.) Hut they find that difllculty
removed ein I hey come to it.
8. "And they eutennl In and found not
the Isvdy of the lord .Ikhiis.'' 1'iittlug the
various neeoiinta t4igethur, It would seem
that .Mary Mugdalcnu was the first to find
the sepulcher empty anil the stone rolled
away, and that she, too, was the first to
tell I'eter and John (John xx, 1, S). Then
it would seem thnt the other women came
and saw an augel sitting u;ion tlie stone
which had been rolled away, and nlso an
nngel sitting In the sepulcher, and that
piled told them to gu and tell His disciples
that I! 'j was risen (M.itt. xxvlll, a, 7; .Mark
xvi, r, 7). Mary Magdalene seems to have
lingered lifter the others, so blinded by
grief end tears that she ell her did not know
thnt it was niiKels who spoke to her from
the tomb, or did not cure to know; neither
did she know Jesus himself when Ho first
spoke to her until Uncalled her by name.
So blinding Is unlN-lievIng vxtef.
4. "And it eiinie 10 pass as they were
much perplexed thcrenlsmt, Is'hold two
men sussl by them In shining garments."
These are proluibly the sauna two men
tinned by .Matthew and Mark. Jesus will
tlie s-veaty, two anil two before Him (Luke
X, 1); the hplrit sent forth Paul aud Barna
bas, then Paul nnil Silas, Itarnaluis mid
Mark (Acts xlil, 3; xv, 311, 40). In the be
ginning of tho church's history, mid nlso
In Jesus' last days, we reail of I'eter auu
John as fellow lalsirers (I, like xxll, 8; Acts
Hi, r; Iv, Iti). So also we often ilnd thr
angels two together, as when two ncenni
pan led the I-ord to visit Aliraui and two
npiwurcd nl the ascension (lien, xvltl, I, 9:
Acta I, III).
8. "And as they were of raid, and bowed
down their 'aces to the eart h, they said
unto them, W liy seek ye tho living (map
gin, Hint thnt live! hliimong the dcadf" See
Ilia own wonls to John long afterward: "I
am the first, and the Inst, and the living
one; I was ilend ami lajhnld I am alive for
evermore" (llev, I, 17, IH, K. V.) Wo learo
from lids verse that milsdicf cause feat
and ttirusour faces earthward. The reme
dy Is to lisik up and see Him who Is alive
foreverniore. and who lias the keys of hadce
and death; who Iiiim all tiower in heaven
and on enn h; who says, "Pear t hou not, for
I nin Willi I his." Then) Is a word hens
too, for those who think too much of the
Ssit when-the mortiil hndiexof our loved
lines 11111 laid. Hat her let us look up to
when-1 liey are alive and well, If so bo that
they liavcdlcil In Christ.
0. "He Is lint here, but Is .isen: remem
ber how He spoke unto you when He was
yet In Uidilisj." It would not tlo for us to
any of our dead in Christ that they nre
risen, for "risen" refers to the Ixxly, and
the Issly remains in the grave till the res
urrect ion of the righteous nt the coming of
Christ; but wo may truly any as we look
Into the grave, " 1 liey are not here; the;
are with Christ."
7. "Saying, The Son of Man must be de-
pvensl into the hands of sinful meu, and
be erueiltisl, nnil the Hard day rise again,
Many times bad He aald these very wonls
just ns plainly as these nngeis now snlu
them (.Malt, xvi, 31; xvi!, s; xx. ID;
also John II, Hi; Matt, xii, 4(1), but they had
uever Isdievcd them.
M. "And they naiieinlsuod Ills wonls."
That was I he right thing to do. If they
had remeiiilsn I sooner they would have
saved theiuselvi-s much sorrow.
0. "And returned from the sepulcher,
nd told all thosu thiiucs unto the eleven.
and to nil I lie rest." Hememliering Hit
word makes us forget our sorrow, and
turns us away from the dead to miuister
unto the living.
ID. "It was Mary Magdalene, and Joanna,
and Mary, the mother of Jiuues, and other
Truraeii that were with them, which told
.hese things unto the apostles." Accord
ing to the wonl of the angels, "Go quickly
and tell His disciples that He Is risen from
the dead, "they departed with fear and
great Joy, and did run to bring Hit dis
ciples wonl." It was then that Jeans met
them nnil said, "He unt afraid; go tell my
bn-threu" (Matt, xxviil, 7-IU). Tbe ex
planation of any seeming difllculty In the
various accounts is that some of tbe evan
gelist summarise matters, while others
five a certain Item nrltotns more in detail,
here nre no eout nulictloas.
1L "And their wonls seemed to them at
Idle tales, and they believed them not."
Paul pnsichisl Jesus and the resurrection
at Athena; some nicsjkod, and others aald,
We will hear thee again of this matter,
When nt Koine he pnuiched the (fnspel of
the Kingdom, some believed and some be
lieved lint (Acts xvli, 3$ xxviil, 88, 84).
We are nowheni encouraged to bum that
In this diss'nsutiuu all who hear the Uua
pel will Is'llcve.
13. "Tarn anise I'eter, ana ran onto tbe
sepulcher, and stooping down he beheld
the linen clot lies laid by themselves, and
deirUl wondering In himself at that
which wns eonie to pass." This Is prolia
bly the saino visit to the tomb reeonled In
John xx, 0, 7; or If not, then Peter went
twice to the tomb once with John, when
Mary told them, and again alone, when he
received a personal message by the other
women. Some time on this day He ap
peared to I'eter (vs. 84); perbaia it wns oa
this probable second visit to the sepulcher.
he Was completely Cared.
A daughter of mv customer suficrcd
from suppressed menstruation, and her
henlth wnt completely wrecked. At my
suggestion the used one bottle of llrntl
ticltra Pemnlc Kcgiilntor, which cured
her. J. W. Ilm.1.1 ms,
Water Vallcv, Miss,
Write Hradlicld Kegulatnr Company,
Atlnnta, Ga fui particular!, liy ull
CRRATliS many a new fttisiiM-wi;
UNI. A KllliS mnny an old nnsnrss;
KiiviviM many a auu diibiiicm;
RliSCVBS many a hut bunincm;
SA VliS many a tailing butineiu;
PRKSIiR VliS manyalnrgc huninnn;
SliCURHS auccesa in any buainei.
To nilvtrtint iudicmunlr, nut the col
umn! of" Ta ChiMtn." Bretybodr rems
ft: and in propoition to the return it
views aavti ciaers, lit race are tne cocao
tit la tb couatt r.
"Oasterla la so well adapted to children that
I nconimcnil itaasiiperlortoany prescription
known to ma," H. A. Ascbes, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St.dlnwldyn, N. T,
The Dallv CHIaen.
Is always alive to the interests of
i8licvillc and its iKtiplc.
la the most populnr advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend by a greater niimlwr of a-nplc
than "ly other secular pntxrr in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ini; mutter nf the dnv.
Ilonrdiug houses fill their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and till the news, makes the Cit
izkn n general tavoritc.
No retail merchant ever made n great
sucec-i without advertising, Try tlie
An advertisement in the Citizkn pays
tne advertiser an liunilretl-lolil.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, sh. cliMiff to Castoria
When aha bad Children, she gave Uwm Cattort
Corrrctril dally by POWKI.I. He HNIIIKK
wholesale nnil n-tnll firon-ra. These prlcca
urc ociiiK paio uy me iiicrcnanta (onlay.
Putter I (H.i uftlAppIca .low yjn
I'.kks uolApplea, dried 11
Chickcna lOftf 1Nl,umpkina,cach.nain
Turkeys 70( IO"ISorKum 3lHii:in
I lucks llWff islllccawax, per tl IH
rntntiK-a, Iriali.nilf'i 711 Wheat Kill
(Ini na morn lUfl
Csliluiac. K-r III 1
lleans. pr fiu.llMlaf 12ft
.1 nolCrlcry, 1I01 :ii4li
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ICR I DAY. NOVKNBER 39.
THU I'UNNMHT Ol' ALL
Tlllt I'I'NNV I'l.AVa!
The latest, the grcnlcMl, the best of them all !
OUT OF SIGHT!
A ttclvct tftinjinny of Cotnctlinim, Vmiihiitu,
AvttllH, ActrXHM.K, llillHtTH, AcruliiitM
The nturtllntf Motlcl tkTtir from
"THE CLEMENCEAU CASL"
A world of Nitvcltlcit, Rtllnftl HiMvlitlllt-H,
Hrllliiint Cnlt-lum HlKiUt. I'upulur Siiii(ii and
llitn 01 thr Hour.
hrm-rvitl miiU on Rnlr Nov. an nt No. Ift
Pnttntt Avrttur. I'riiin, 9l (H. 7A. no and
yf- nt; Immii, $4 no and f..on.
Any i nt mem not falHicd with the crf(irm
nmx uiltT nrt'iMitl net cull get their nium-jr liy
K'inf lo the litis olhtc-
By K. COFFIN, Auctioneer.
furniture, Mnttrrsara. Crm-krrv, Cnrts-t.
Stove, fcc. Also HO boxes nnd 7 ciimcs of Mil
linery. Iielnnslna to a tally lllovina iihmv
Irom Ashevlllc. Sale cnnimrncca at 1 1 o'elevk
siiliinliiy, Nuv UU, at 10 Hciiol slrret.
62 MERRIMON AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Three minute.' wnlk to the alrcct cars f
Icet board liy the day, week or month.
MRS. BliTTIK COOPIiR.
AHK VOI R CROl'KR
EVERY SACK IS GUARANTEED I
li ANttrACTIlHRD RV TIIK
Sweetwater Mill Company.
MI8S JtXIA BIGU8,
I'rom llaltlmore, has Jellied MM II. I'Al l.
SMITH, lute from Hew York, in
Mine. Smith Is now prepared to do the
moat stylish liresamnklng at the ehortrat
notice. Millinery and Huts of nil klndamade
over, a specialty. Cull nt 07 South Mala
street, over Lsw's store. novl 7 duw
fALao( 8Txisiaa. Low Rati.
four Trips ear Week aw iraen
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLANO
ltovM. funit ma. Mmrt; m lAkm
Huron War loru,
Mnrf WMk Dtgr BvtWMn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
(arlal hwitf THa llHn Jan. Joi, AaRtlM Utl K)k4
Doubt Dally Ua INiwwti
ChlCAQO AND 8T, JOSEPH, MICH.
O'JR ItlaUSTRATID PAMPHLFTft
MMaMinrl Itnunl n Tlakala will Iim fHrntahta
bf your T1okt Anl, or BdiirtMa
I. t. WMITCOMB, 0. P. A., Dltmir, Mwh.,
Detroit mn4 OlvlatHl fttaam Nav. Oo
Casterla emr Ontle, Constipation,
Hour Htoiuacb, inarrhnsa, Unirtali'tn,
Kills Wonus, fives sleep, sod prouiotes ol-
Without injurious medlcattoa.
Taa Curries CoarauT, 77 Murray Street, R. Y.
billiniittnn, and stomtch dlairdera, use
UROWH1 IBOIK RITTKHa.
All deslera keep It. ft per Imttle, Oennlne has
tnule-mark and onaaed red luiw en wrapper.
A AnitH-lnsa colored waiter. Hcfcrcniss n
ipilnil Apply at "(lK II I'KST,"
novtilt dat 244 Chestnut SI.
At KM I'nUon avenue.
Home tare liy
a uv lift dl w"
Forty or flflv wnnirn to litem tohiuvo, A)
piy nt uniiim. Aiuonitun in
fiu l- rv on
novatu ill w
LOST, STKA l7i Oft STOLIiX.
Lnitl ninht. cone to irrav vherknl ovrn'ont
I'lndt-r will plt uitr leave it at M. At l R- K.
other. Huitnhle rcwanl K'vin. novl'U Ut
JpAKHN VP AHTRAY.
At Tnhkrroptrr Farm, n dark hmwn or
tihu-k homr. Owner will itlianr call, nay
cliurtft'H fur keep, anil thin no'ltr.
I . II. I. V AIAK.
Two milk eowain liur order onr of line
ttlnml, Annlv nt 7 '!! n. in. nhuro at niNt
corm-r L nerry ana riini .irreta.
ThrtT roonia. furnUhtil r unfurni-Jtrd. 01
At'iirieinv Rtrti't. Aly ul Ulntr V Hnmn'
Fumiiurr Store novUU dtf
No. 2o I tea n leu Avenue. New hoimr: an
ply to J. M. til Im;HH.
I'lirnitherl hiMine (.'entrnl l.iM-ntion. AH
liniroVfiiK'iitn, T rum on appli atii.n Ar
piy i.'J i a 1 a vii .m it.
Hiihiirtinn rmlileiier, one mile from city on
Mt-rriitMin nvenue - road, hundwtnielv and
.'otiiplett ly riirniwhiil nnd eipiipiied ; rtiuiitr
view; rxit-niiivr Krounnn; two irmn jemey
o.vh; winter irarnrn : htintrn anil vehieh-H II
l'tirid. l'oKMii.n Kiven lnt of Nnvemlirr.
iiwtier netMiiivinu in Miininirr only would
make nrrnuinent nnnnutnient with iiarty
lertirinit a winter ieHlen.T. Addrtmi
Hciitmiti r. u. L.ot-K hi ix n.tx
TO THE PUBLIC !
lluvltikt piirvhuMtl an Ititeniil In one of Ihr
InrKrat I'litherleii in Ok liiwlern iart of thin
ntate. I am now ireiuretl to furnUh to Ihr
GOOD FRESH FISH
liverv dur nt
IS CENTS PER BUNCH.
We receive freah ahlptttenta every day
Alao l.ynhnvrti Iluy und New KlverOyatcra
at 4i eta. ter tiunrt.
I'ork nnd Mutton alwaya on baml. tilve ni
P. C. M'INTIRE,
AHIIIiVll.l.lk M BAT MARKKT,
And No. ;tH it. Main Ht.
oo vK.1 dl w
II Mi'HN'a Wkkki.v tin never failed lo jua
Illy It title aa a "Journal of CWiliintlon."
anil it hna done ao with a ennui wnt reward
to enlarncd poaaihllittea of uaefulneaa aud a
hlKher atnndard of nrttatie and literary ratTl
lenec. 1 1 leaven untouched no Important
phaae of the wurld'a pruirreaa, nnd prraenta a
record, reunify truat worthy and InterentlnK,
of thr nntahle cventa, pcraona, and achieve
mrnta nf our time.
Htevlnl aopplementa will Iw en tinned
INiii. They will te literary, aetrntiHe, artla
tie, hlatorieal, erttkal, topoifraphlcal or dr
acrlptive, na iKfnaioa may dim nnd, nnd will
continue to deaervr thr hearty commenda
tion which haa I teen lM'"itowed on pant iaaura
Itv thr preaa and thr public. Aa a family Jour
niil, llAHi'KM'a Wkkki.v wilt, aa heretofore
lw edited with a atrict reward lor thctnal
lira thnt make It a aafr and welcome vlaitur
to every home.
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Pontage irre to all auhaerilteni In the Uni
ted tttatea, Canada and Mexico.
The Volutnra nf the Wkkki.v I tenia with
the Numlwr (mt Jannary of rat h year. Whrn
no time la apevtned. aulwiriptlona will leulo
with thr Nitmlwr current at the time of re
cript of order.
Hound Volumra or IIahpkr'm Wmrki.v for
three yrara hack, In neat eloth Idndlna. vclll
lie arn I Itv mntl. iHiat-imld. or liv eanrraa. free
of rxprnae (provided thr frrlKht dor a not ei
cctd fit per volume!, lor 97 per volume.
Cloth caara. for each volume, auitnltlr for
hlndinK.will be aent by mall, pontpnld on rt
cript of 91 rach.
Kemlttaneea houiri ue mane ny rnatofner
MomvOrdrror dralt. to avoid chance of
Newapaprra are not to ropy thla adrertlar
meat without the ei preaa order of JlAiraa
HARP BR t)t tlROTHHRA.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO
Westrra North Carolina Uvialoa,
PASSUNDKM TKAIN HCHBIHU.U
In KrrscT Aueuai ni i
7Sth Mcriillnn time uecil wheu not othcrwlae
I.e. New York,
No. .18 I
A. & 8. K
VlAamll.v Aaheville, Ait.
loon smlAr. Hnifieraonvitle, "
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4 OS p m
nan am nr. Wnyneaville, "
l!4Upml" Hryann City, "
BAOpml" Anilrewa. Lv
a on p m
S4A a m
A AO a m
Noa. AO and At. Pullman Ulccocra between
Noa. AU nnd Aa Tullmnn Ruflct Rleeolns
war. oetwecn not nprtni:. ana w aanmaion.
w, A. WlFiUI'KN, 11. v A.,
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JAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A.,
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NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
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AN1I NORTIIliKN PACIFIC R. R'8.
Through Puttmao Bleeping Car leavra Chi
catto tlaily at A. SO p. m.
For St. Caul and Minneapolis
" Panto, North Dakota.
" Helena and Hutte, Montana.
Thr Vellowatone Park.
' Spokane Falla and Tacoi ta.
I tent Route to Seattle and all Morth Pad tic
The Scenic line to California, 'ia Portland
and thr Shaata Route.
Ticket a on aalc everywhere.
For informalii n apply to anv Anrnt, or
addmia A. V. II. Cani-kntih, f eneral Par
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miutncrn riwcnirr ajxcqi, touivuie, tvy,
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTKST RtJUTB Ttl
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST,
Aaheville to Kanaaa City In 37 hoara.
Ahrville to Ik-nvcr in fll hour.
AMhevillr to San Prantiaco, California, and
rtiriinnti, (irriton, in n uava.
Solid Veatioulrd Trnlna St. I.oula to Kan
aa Clt Meclinlnit! chair ear free.
For full laformalluo call oa or write to
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J. CIIARLTtN, tl. P. A. ChtcaKN. III.
TUANTIC COAST LINB
m and after thla date thr followlna; ached
ulca w ill lie run over ita "Columbia I Hviaioa.
No. D3 ix-avca eolumhta" II.IHI p. ns.
Arrlvea atCharleatoa...m 9.30 p. m.
No. Iltl leeavea Ch a rim ton 7.IO a. m.
Arrive atColiimhia 11. "W a. m.
Connect Inu with trulna to and from all
iMdntaon the Charlotte. Columbia St An,
guaia ana loiumuia At iireenviiic K all roan a.
T. M. KMKHrtoN. Oca. Paaa. Airt.
I. P. hKVINK. (lea Knot.
Mmuc taroiile narrre with Thr Kun'a ooinlnna
alHtiit men and Ihinira. and aomr imiolr
don't ; hut rvrryhody likra to get bold tf thr
nrwapntKT which la never dull and never
afraid to arak Ita mind.
cmttcratt. know mat ror twentv vrarn
Thr Sun hua fouitht In the front line for lrm.
iN-rntic iimiclplca, never waverina or wrnk
eninu in ita loyalty to the trvetntrrrata of the
I tarty it aervea with fearlraa Intrlliirrnca aad
diwlnterrateil vivor. At times uidnlona have
dinrrrd aa to the beat meana of accompliah
Inic the common purpowr; It ta not The
Huii'a fault If it baa area further Into the mill
Iiiirhtrrn hunrirrrl and ninrtv-nn will tu
irrrat year in American politics, and every
IkmIv ahould read The Sun.
IMtiiy, cr month SO. SO
I li.il v IM Vr aV n
Kunnay, iM-r year.
haily and Sunday, irr year ,
l tally ami aumlny.pcr month. 0.70
Weekly, one year loo
Aeldreaa THK Ml)P Mew Vork.
TO ALE, POINTS.
Railroad llcketa boMKht, attldand raehanued.
trnnaacttona guaranteed. Actdrntal In
aurance. C. I'. RAV, Tk-krt Broker opptwitc
Which l the Better TcntU
Tho man w ho conductM liiw
liusinoHHon tho thonrythnt
itlooKirt pny, nnil ho can't
afford to iulvortiHoy Hot up
hi iuritfinHit in onpoHition
to that of nearly all tho Luh
iiioHH inon in tho world. Ho
aHHUiuoH to know more than
thousandH of men who have
nnule their millionH by pursu
ing a rourHo that no my
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