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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1800.
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulntestheskinto
healthy action, and assists
nature in development
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to , 5 S-
Bend for our treatise on Blood and
Swift BFKoirio Co., Atlanta, Qm,
DR. J. H. WILLIAMS,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD ST.
Hour 10 A,N,lotP, M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Rooms S and 6, McAfee Building,
lloun 10 a. in. to 1 p. in. and to 8 p. in.
Telepo.ne No. T.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS 5 AND 6, M'AFEE BUILDING,
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND IIUI.IWK
ITomulneas guaranteed. Other No. 3, see
und floor, llendrv hloek. -Ilreetly over Kjt
oin.-c. Healdenee No :-. linllrjr street.
A. S. GRAHAM,
untie over J. H. Law'e Hlorv. South Mnln
With gas J''
Pilling with .liver nr amalgam.. .Mie. mine,
ul ai.lMi and unwatd.
Mrt .( teeth .IM.
Beat t of teeth BM.OO,
No lietter made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S anil 8, Mt-Arre llnlldinK.
l-altua Avenue, Ahev lie, N. C.
raiVTIV MMITKU TO Tllf
Stye,' Iter, Throat and Not.
M. A. NEAVLAND,
j Attorney at Law,
MARION. M. C.
Will ueactlee In the loth ari tath Judlrlal
liratrieteof North Carolina and In Ike Bu
urvmr Court and the Federal Court of the
VVeatern IH.trict of North Carolina.
rum. p. luvinena, Tiio. A. Jnasa
Kak-igb. J... . M-rria, Aalrvllle.
JkAVIIIMON, MARTIN JUNKH,
Attorneys aud Couueellors at aw,
A.hrTlllr. N. C.
Will prattleela toe 11th aad lath Judicial
IHatrti'ta. and in the Hulirrmr Court "f North
Carolina, and in the i'edcral Coarta of the
Weatern lilatrict of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aahevllle. duel
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, enerineatiiine and eetlmate. fur
alahed. All work la my line eootreetrd for.
.and ao cbanree for drawing oa eon tract,
Kefereneea when demrrd.
office: No. I J Hendry Block, North Court
-Bunare. A.he.llle, N. C. frblwdly
P. RAMSAV. I). O.R.
enrr the Nntlonnl Hank of Aahevllle. Ilnr
ward llull.llng. Residence, ail Ch.rlulte st.
IthiWIil I v
R. H. RKKVKS, D. D.
la Coaaalljr Bunding, uer Redwood's Store.
Rrsldenee, SB Spruce street.
mwwtt raM si'
jHurveoors to Bulrd R.rtor.l
Tto. North Main. Htreet.
mil'KKM.R Hl.OUn MANIll'ACll'NHH
HON H'R TBAUH, Al l. MIXIIH.
HI SEU FOR 13.40 FIR NUNDRI8.
TUB FINKBT (INIMPROVHIl PRUI'HRTV
j IR AMHBVILtR. '
Lot. fl Bad , lrosiset Park Moan
tain ann ftser seeaer- that eannot he .
celled, rln lawn, well .kaded with thrifty
Joan oaks. Only oae square from street
car line, coaeealeat to water, (as aad tie.
trie Hjkt . liar. . Heigh-oTSood, mm of the
beat to AekwvlUe. Call or address
'' T. H. BUMAR,
tfsel w . Bad 0 U-cas
FIGHTING A DEVIL FISH.
THE VN-ANNIF.T OF ALL MA-
Maine Hoys Htlr I'p a Mounter That
Horrlfl.H Tliem-ArillM Seven
Feel Lour A til. ire Hint Wlt
Kearful to Meet.
I'rom the Scuttle 1'nan.
Tlircv vtiuuir men bkciI itlwiiit IS yenrs
mxully Imd mi exciting riirnuiiUT with
mi (K'topus or devil fioll. The Iiovb were
linliiuK when tlicv noticed a consider-me
comiiiotinii in the wHterumltrtlie what1!'.
One of them, Dick Snith, cliiuhed under
IIh-wlmrl'to find urn, if possible, the
cmiHC ol the rtisturbtince. In the semi-
Klooin he iliscovercd a BtrniiHe shape,
nnd saw u pnir ol iiniill eyes jjInrinR at
him. In his fright he poked tit the mil-
mi I with the pole, lint to hia horror anil
ainitienicnt, it was wrenched from his
hand uh caily ns though it Imd been a
Young Smith nave u frightened yell
and climbed to the top of the wharf to
give the nliirm. Several boys, tinning
themselves with poles and sondes, climbed
down under the whurf. Alter the eyes
ol the bovs had become accustomed to
the gloom they beheld a huge devil fish,
lashing the water into foiim with its
merciless urms, which were spreud out
lor a distance of about seven tect in every
The boys attacked the creature with
poles and spades. One boy made a strike
at the animal, cutting it slightly with a
snude. The infuriated creature srized
tiic spade in its grasp and threw it fur
out among tne piles.
The fight continued for some time, the
animal seizing everything that was
thrust at him. several times one ol tne
boys narrowly missed being caught and
druwn beneath the surface.
At length, by a united pull at several
poles which the octopus had seised in his
blind rage, lie was drawn Iroin the wn
ter, but even then kept up the tight with
uilllDHicu lury, BinKing victoriously ui
cvcryimiig wunin return.
One alter another the tcnnrlcs were scv
cred from the Irightfullv mislinncn body
liven niter the Inst urm hud Ikcii severed
the nniinal did not give up the fight,
however, and when any one iipprouched
it, glared at thrin, and caused its liody
to miiver in a manner that imlucccl a
thrill ol Irar to inn over the licholder,
even with a knowledge that was harm,
The devil fish was fiunlly dispatched
with a spiulc. The arms were curried
awuv by thesevcrul boys who had severed
them us trophies ol tlie fight, but the
body remained on the ground, and was
viewed by many people.
A 30,000 Dinner Mel-
I'rom the Home Journal.
The Astor fumily possesses a gold din
ner service that is the envy of every wo
man who has ever seen it. It is one of
the most costly in this country. It is
valued at $.0,OOU and is now the prop
erty of Mrs. William Astor. It hits been
in the family's possession a long time; it
would be hard to descrilic, as it was
mude in ilillervnt parts ol llw world and
was picked up ou odd occasions. It i
uniipic and hus Imx-ii talked ulaiut more
mult any oiiitT iiiiincr act in tine rouu
trv. Thelurucr dishes consist of tin im
mense plaleaii and center-piece, end
nieces, cnnilelaliruins, wine coolers anil
pitchers. In the design is represented
fruit of all description, together with tlx
unicorn und lion in reiMiusse work. Mrs.
Astor uses a white linen tnlileeloth of the
finest texture, made especially lor her,
with a wide Ince border showing a lining
of pink satin. Her table is nlways deco
rated with Clorie de I'nris roses, their ex-
luisitc shade of pink matching exactly
the satin underneath.
The Lily ol the Nile.
Praia I'rank lalle's llluatratrd Ncw.Miier.
In connection with the explorer Stan
ley ' visit to the United States, a story is
told of the discovery by him in the inte
rior of Africa of a beautiful, large, yellow
lily, emitting; a wonderfully delightful
perfume. It w said that he presented a
jar ol tne tinea lines to ins onuc-eicci.
Miss Tcnnant, and that an enterprising
New York pharmacist has olitnined sonic
ol the same variety ol nower, irom wmcn
he is making a new and rare perfume
culled "TheXtlr of the Nile." Thus llw
practical American mina nopes to extract
lucre from the results ol the daring ex
Prom the Washington Star.
A colored man, who, a few dnvs ago,
obtained a tnurringe license, wus at tin-
clerk's office to-dny asking that it be tn
ken back and the dollar refunded. The
anxious clerk asked if the license was nut
filled up properly and the answer was
"I thouuht so: but I find the lady is law
fully married already and, of course, 1
can't marry her." "Von don't know,"
said some one in the office, "her hushnnd
may die or there may be a divorce, and
the license will keep." The applicant
went on still Holding tne license.
A Purehaae for Mother.
Prom the New York Weekly.
Mother "Are you going out, my
dear?" Daughter "Yes, urn; thr phys
ical improvement society meets this af
ternoon." Mother "Well, I wish yon
would stop in somewhere nnd buy me a
At the Nat7n Pond.
Prom the Pile grade Dlattrr.
"The entrance is thirty x;nnica, my
hoy, nnd yon have given me only filtecn."
"tlh yea, I know, but that is nil I have,
and I have brought only one of my
Tim Mad Taught.
Miss Uric "I heard something uboul
von thnt I am sure is not true, Mr,
Glood." Mr. I;arnest (ilood "Whnt
was it?" Miss line "I beam some one
say you were an easy going fellow."
Overheard In 14V.
"That's It," said Columbus, as land
first broke upon his vision. "That is
Amcrkn." "'.ortli or Houlli ?"nskil the
mate. "That I can't say until I've seen
tne map," rrtnrneti tne explorer.
A Weather Mlnal.
Near-sighted pedestrians, looking down
Hroad way "There must bra storm com-ins-.
I see the dust blowing up." On-
mm "Unt ain't tie dust blowin' up, mis
ter i dnt's de subway r
Prom the PI legend matter.
"Children, to-dny we are going tn have
fish for dinner, and if you will try to he
very good, you shall iund me on the
back If 1 get a bone In my throat."
Brigg "That exercising machine Is
renily u,iuie aa ornament to roar reom.
Onggs "xeaj mat is wnni i gut it lor.
A PERPETUAL MOTION PUMP.
Converting the Rolling Hen Wava. Into
Power for Pumping Water.
Cnrlomcnth thepiorof tlio Bond Wav
Power company ut U;vu:i Grove, N. J.,
a muminiitli lion egg iluitbi upon the top
of the waves. In mild weather tlio eyif
bobs up serouuly, ribiug to u uuight of
about fourteen inches above the dend
level of the sea, but when tho weather
is rough and great rollers coma rushing
in the egg rises forcefully upward live
feet or more, It cannot gut loot, tor it
Is made fust to the pier by long, strong
anus of iron. Up from the top or the
mammoth egg n rope runs, and ufter It
has pulsed over a pulley it stretches on
shoreward, and at lost enters a wooden
building situated upon the bench. In
the building is a pump, and the rope is
In connection with it. Tho pump is lift
ing lmt V.OlK) gallons of water a min
ute, ruining it distances equivalent to the
height of the waves.
The explanation of tlio apparatus and
th work it is doing is that Mr. N. O.
Bond, whose namesake the Bond Wave
Power comjiauy is, has successfully
completed an experiment undertaken
primarily to determine if it were possi
ble to make the ocean, by the motion of
Its waves, pump enough of itnelf into
Wosloy lake to make that lako a body
of salt water. There are people living
In Anbury Park and Ocean Urove who,
considering that the sources of the water
of Wesley lake are in the swamp lands,
judge that the lake is to some extent a
health menacing body of water, and they
have for some time wished tluit it might
be salted. Mr. Bond says thut he will
have no difficulty in making Luke Wes
ley salt, and he exjiects to do it. He
says thnt ho is perfectly satisfied that his
new wavo machine will not only do the
work which it was especially devised to
do, but he is also assured that it- will be
found a valuable machine for doing
other things which need to be done eco
nomically. He says that the machine is strong
enough to work comfortably in tho
roughest weather and that it is built
with an especial view to making it run
with very little supervision. He says
that the wave gate which is in me as
the motive power of the street sprink
ling system at Ocean Park ran all through
the winter of 1889-00 without Rotting
ont of order, and that its operations were
not In the slightest interfered with by
the grvut storm, which, it will ha re
called, was spoken of aa "tho greatest
storm for thirty yean." The wave ogg,
Mr Bond says, will be as little liable to
disarrangement by heavy weather aa tho
wave gate was.
The new machine may be used where
ever waves rise and fall, and there need
not necessarily be a pier to hold it to its
work. It miy be kept in place by piles
quite as well as by a pier, for, while the
forco of a great wavo is Immense, it is
not so eicrtcd upon the egg as to givo a
shock, such, for example, as the shock of
a ennuou ball.
Tho wave egg limy bo made as its uses
may demand. Tho one iu oerutiu at
Ocean (trove hus a major diameter of
ten feet, a minor dinnu tor of sown feet,
and its weight, coiij iiiied with lh aiuii
by which it is fastened in t'e pier, t
almut two tons. The i i;;l't of the Bnn
is ihinj-ihree fcut. -ew . ork Times.
Till-1, of Mull KlliK tll-g.
"I Imvo known," mid 1 j-tily Ben
Annstrou r lit tho .tifl!i e, "of whole
suits comi'i in li t I, ix Volt smile? J
will explain. A garment Unit lias been
cut to fit a custom r can lied-ntb)
piecemeal. We uiacnver"! one-half a
tromwrn leg in a big letter mice, and we
decided to lay for the rest of tlio suit
Bum enough, eight big, thick letters fol
io' 'ed, addrcsHed to the ruiino man. Out
first iilcit whs to send for the man and
eom'l him to pay duty, but then the
joke was too good and had to be pluyed
to its legitimate conclusion.
"Wn sent him a pieco of tho punts, a
piece of tho vest ami a coat slccvo."
The deputy went on to say that on the
following day tho young fellow cune In,
all of a perspiration. He was expecting
some fon-lini mails from "Lumioii, don't
ton know," and at least five letter were
niirsing. lln was told torouie on th.
following: day aud the letters might bt
He came, and Postmiuiti r Van Coti
forced him to i' n in his pres, ni-e the
three letters t'ley had discovered, nnd out
come the dutiable gooils and the awell
had tn foot.
"But," concluded the depnly, "thin
were not all llw letters, and wa msdr
him worry for two weeks over tho inlav.
in-f pants leg nnd onn little cnat tnll, on
all of which he finally paid duty." Nun
The Populsr Coco of Europe,
The Coming, oris of America.
mokt MTKrixnta-JCMiLT muitsmt.
The Van I Ioutens' process
renders their cocoa easy of
digestion and develops In the
highest degree Its delicious
aroma, It Is an excellent
flesh-former, fty per ttnt.
greater than the best of other
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
WAR Hoimnri oono A rases IrM.
slwa awd") Is M. eHrlMl, par sriasl.
Onwa, I.e.al.S, made aad palaafted la
Mallaad. aad la Sa4ay Batter aad
are aMakM I aa aaraftke aam.a
aae Imllallaae. la fart, It I. gmmuy ad.
al II alr p ' r tk.t mm Onw wiaal. Ik a)
laeeatav. la nl.Mlllr, MS abk tan. aad
s.tniiT. qtiallllM. targMt mle la th.
aurld." Ak for VM Hotrraa's saa I-U ao
By virtue of a deeil of trilal eaecuted h
oha 11 Cameron to me aa tnialre liearlna
rial. IS IMIh ri.v nf Hm-mlirr. IMSA. and
real. lend In the ntnee of the Hrglaler of
lieeila or iinneomne eouniv, norm .nronnn.
In think 4 ol mortaaire. and dreila of Iruat
on mgr. any and na, dfinult h ,lim hern
mailr and demand atnin me hnvlng Itern ntailr
a. reonlrrd, f will aHI Ih. land tlracritted In
aald deed of Iruat at niilill. auction to the
hiaheat hldiler for caah at Ihe court houiw
door In Aah.vtlle In aald county oa Monday,
the gad day of tlecemlier, I MHO, al I U o'clock
Bald land Is .Itnsted la the raetem portion
or aane.lll. nn iionywono .ire. I. aear em-
Mr. I.ung, Mra. II, ) Steel, aad other., and
eontain. ninetentna oi an acre, mure or iraa
auras daut A. T. iMMUY, Tra.tee.
6nililiaai- xali.n ia n iiiiaa asaa i m m aa M l ml nai. mil
for Infants and Children
oCaatorlalsmweJladptedtochDdrenthat I CaatorlaCTirraO)lle,Coiuillrtlfn,
orrprr, 'i-fflllm dl
known to me." II. A. Aaonss, M. D., I gwrtionT
111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. WltLuut Injurious medlcatloo.
Tus Cshtaob Corrr, 77 Murray Street, N, Y.
Correctrd dnlly by I'OWI-I.L Id BNIIll.K,
wholcaale nnd n-tall growra. Thcw mice.
are being paid by the merchant, to-ilny.
Apple, dried 0
Pumpkin., each rfu fl
sirgum :toc,i :ir
Itct-Mwax, er II IN
Turkeys 7Hf loo
PotfitfH'.. aw't-SBftiflol Honey 1 1
Potatoes, Iriah.nom 7illWhrnt loo
Turnip. MlK.il) Corn 711
oni. na ioo(,i lan Meut no
Cahlmge, per tl, 1 (lata no
Henna, or bu.loorii ino Kye lln
lluv. ton $inct$l!o
'clery, doi aflfti -lo
Then Ilahy was slrk, we (tar. her Csatoria.
Wh"n slie ws a Child, ihe cried for Vaalorla.
Whan .he became Miss, she clung to Csatoria
When she had Children, alio gave Uieia Castoii
TO WEAK LIEU
Bn-fertag from th effect- or youthful rrorm, mrij
dncf. wmUdr weftknfwMs. lot manhood, to,, I wlu
end a Tftliub). reMUMiMlMA) oouululDs fall
partlenl for homo ear, FRCKof ehfcrg A
ptondld msdleal work i thonld t rwd by rwy
BUU VbO ! DtfTOUi vnd debllltl4. AddrtM
rr-J-f. VtUVOmXMt Hootliia, Comm.
MIlS. . ADINA tiMITH,
At Her Old Stand,
No. 4 North MhIii Htrcet.
K. H. 11RITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER.
AIo Rnt'lliiK f nil kliiiltf rliiiic. Alt onlcm
prumitl- fitltfj nml work mmrnntcrd. Cnn
n fuurnl at till timm At (inihaut' Cuttun
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mmr Fum Hmith, laic from New Ynk, nt
37 Kmilh Mnin Hi,, i mm fully prriwrvtl to
ilu Ibv mi. tttvl.MhitiT-iiintiki.iu ultlic hort
rut iiotl-c. 1'rrftvt At uunrHiilrvil. AK ar-
titlc nillllmT huta tif ull klml iimtlc ntt
acw. LiuliiV itintirliilx util to the unit
prmctlcMl uilvantnuc. I'Ntvitt but ant'i bon
net Hupitorltr. A? Huth Muln trrrt, ovtT
REVF.LL & WACNE",
ttucvriipvoni to Kupp ft I.UhtrntKTKvr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffeca roa.tcd on the prrmlaea dnlly, and
ground fur every vu.lomer.
Full Line of Table Supplier.
I'rre delivery. A lull line of Feed, fuinl.hid
at w holcaale prices.
a8 PATTON AVIiNt'i:.
Teler one No. BU.
J. V HI1THAK0.CU,
W. R KINO, C. 11.
Ifnic'r Corps, U.H N.
M. UC IKK. M. IS.
PETIIARD & KING.
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And General Contractor.
Rvprrts In dtv works, toposrnphical and
plain surveys of cities and towns; slrsluns,
plans, sieellleMtbtas nnd estimate fumUhed
for railways, water supply and sewcraMe sys
tems. tiiecinltlesi The lorntlosj and construction
of railways and concrete pavements.
ABhcvllIc, N. C.
i. o. not uh.
ortliv : Becnnd fiiMir la Orand nta-rn House,
uov Sin d;im
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS, S6 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C. A. ROOMS. )
IIk dally, ctcent Buadaya, Irom to a. m.
until I p. m. and S until 7 P.
The term, of aaliwrlpllon are: tine yeai
til fl mi., Sl.fioi S ran.., til I mo.. Soeu.i
dslly tf eta.
OIBeers fnr 1 aim- freemen!, Charlea W.
Wnoha-vl Vlre-Hrealilrnt, Thua A. Joneai Mre.
and Treaaurer, II. B. Watnn l.llirarlaa, ktlrs
U. J. Malrh.
Clllien. and vlaltora are medially Invllrd
to Inaiwcl the catalogue a,nd InacrHw their
name, aa number. anHOtltf
17 I'HtlUII AVt'llUC. .
No. 64 M. Main Bt.
(II'HN tIAIbV I'ROM III A. M. TO 0 I'. M
A auindy of
CAKIiH, CANDIliS, I'ICKMiH,
Freerrees, Jelllea, IIImwII, and Hread, con
stantly oa hand.
Artl.ile Itmhroldrry and Fancy Work of
every dreenpiioa lor uie.
nedera takea fnr nlaln sewing, emnmeneed
fancy work and Rera.tltrhlng, al.o for eat
ables of all kluus. nouns ww tutaw
Needing atonic, or i-hlliii.-n who wsnt build
ing up, Hholllil tllkr
BROWN liUIN U1TTRRH.
It la pleiutant to tnkc, rurcn Mnlurin, Indi
te. turn, llilinunnu uud Uver Uouiplaiiits.
A Boon to Mriv-a.
Having used "Mother's Friend," I
would not be without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
through the painlul ordeal of childbirth.
Mas. C. Mki.hoi'iini., lowu.
Write Brndfield Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Oa., foi ptirticulnrs. Uy all
Itv n rcHpretntilr uilrlUt;-..Kt-i1 niiin, tt pnnU
tlnn tm clt-rk, I'tillfftor, or aliKiiin. tit mod'
crntr wnjrcrt. Atltlrvmi II. W ,
tlt.c4 d!l" Cnrv Cltlxt n.
MtmlcpuiilU Apply nt
det-frdlw NO. HI HAYWOOD ST.
W ANTIil N ACTIVK, IIONB8T MAN
Snlnry $100 nit nthly If Muitfilile. with
oprortunitUi fnr a'trniKf, tit rcprmciit hi
cnlly a rcttpnnn.tilv New York liouc. Kef r
cncfti. M ANrfA-Ti HKk. Lovk Uoi 15H5.N, Y.
To borrow $:t,Oou on from three to five
ycnrn time, nccuml by improved city prop
crty. Addmta II. core Clti-vn,
I'urty or fiftv women to ntrm tolmcco. Ap
ply nt Chlliln, Mourttuin tit Co ' fact ry on
nicr Min-ct. no vafti dl w
Very cheap, n village tait, ulraoNt m-wt l
Hulutcly no Inn nt inotitin
H II PATTKKHON,
tlecl,' (I at" HaNtanti Hillside atrc ti.
Three room it . funilMlu'tl or unfurnlKlutl. on
Aciidt itiy Mliii't. Apply ut Itluir Hmwn'it
I'Untitufr Store. novlW iltf
Nil lil IUiirilfii Avitiuf. New houm: ail
plv to J. M. OriXiUH.
Fiimiolud hotiM C'cn trill l.iH'ntlon. AH
IinnrovrnK-ntit, Ttrin on application Ar
ply t.Vt 1'ATTUN AVIiNCIi
net tSlit 1 1 f
Huh urban rrnWUm-c, one mile from city on
Mtrrimon nvent.e road, handaomely and
completely furnlithcd und equipped ; exquliu
view; ettnive Krounln; two frenh Jemry
eo.vii; winter KrtU-n; hopstd nnd vehicle if
dt'P.red. loitcion Kiven tut of Novemler.
owner oeciiiylnK in lummtt only would
make permanent arranKcment with party
dcNirinu n winter rcnidcnec. AddtTiM
teptlVtltr H U. LOCK BOX ft 3 3.
KHTA I11.IHII Kl INfiO.
II. II. COSBY,
(Kucccttttor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVENUE.
NliXT HOOK TO OKANII CIINTKAL MO
TH I., ArtllliVII.I.H. N. C.
3S N. Main Htrcct,
ASHKV1LLE, N. C.
: V-v ia. . ft
INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
Iluy from an Immense atock or hnve It
ahipiKd direct to you from factory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE.
I Imy lor eii.il w hntrvcr la lieat In the mar
ket. I aril on our own terms. I represent
A. II. Cliaac, Everett New
I I.HI IN At WllirilOHOANM, KIM II ALL,
I NITUt) BTATKM OMOANS, "The 1'lnc.l
In the l.ntnl."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
dec II dim
A NKWnitKO.carrf.illv ore oared bv lend
J. Ing memliers of the Asheville bar, (on
Anrst tiarrhment and heavv flat uaoert. eov-
erlng all necessary fKilnts, just nut and now
on sale nt the office of the KANnoi,itiK hum
Pt'iiusiiiiiu Co , No, 0 North Court squars ,
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina Wvinlou.
I'Ab-HNOUR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In Kfpsct August ail
7(Uh Meridian time used when nut otherwise
Lt. New Vork,
S4Bpml 8 2Spm
No. SS I
A. - 8. R. R.
807 p m
S40 p m
I.T Aahrville, A
' Sparta nburg, Lv.
No. lgT7r)aliy ei"cept Sunday.)
Vds p m
20S p m
948 a m
fl BO a m
7 3BamLv. Aaheeille,
II .'IS a m I Ar. Vi'avnravil e.
242 pml " Bryaon City, "
BBUpml" Anilrcwa. I.T
No. Bo and 81, Pullman dire per. between
Raleigh nnd Morriatuwn.
Noa. S2 and 83 Pullman Buffet Bleeping
Car. between Hut Springe and Waahington.
W. A. W1NBUKN, II. P A.,
Aaheville, N. C.
IAS. L. TAYLOR, (I. P. A.,
Waahington D C.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MI LWAUK Kit & AT. PAUL
AND NOKTHBKN PACIFIC ft. R'8.
Through Pullmnn Sleeping Car It aves Chi
cago dully at fi.au p. nt.
For St. Paul nnd Minneapolis,
' Fnrffo, North Dakota.
" ''den a and Butte, Montana.
Ihe Velio wn tone Park.
Spokn-'c Falls and Tacoi la.
" Port .id, OreKon.
Best Route to Seattle and all forth Pad fit
The Scenic line to California, "la Portland
and the Shasta Koute.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For Informatirn apply to any Attent, or
address A. V. 11. Cakimintkr, fenerul Pns
srnKrr Afient, ChicaKo, HI,, or . C. Hkaov,
-iouthcrn PasscnKer A sent, Koulsvllle, Kjr.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
HASTK8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Ashevllle to Kansas City In 37 hoars.
Axhevillc to Denver In 51 hours.
Asheville to 8an Francisco, California, and
Portland, OreKon, In A dnvs.
Hoi id Vestilmlrd Trains St. Louis to Kan
sas City. KeellnlnR chair car free.
For lull information call on or write to
B. A Newland,
District Passenger A (trot,
No. 10 Putton Ave., Asheville. N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, 111.
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will le run over its "Columbia Division.
No. 63 Leaves Colnmt la S.'JO p. m.
Arrives atCharltston 9.30 p. in.
No. 5a leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives ntColiimhia 11.58 a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
Itoiittson the Charlotte, Columbia Ac Au;
vusta and Columbia Ut Greenville Railroads.
T. M. EM Ilk HON. Oen. Pass. Ant.
f. P. DBVINK Oen. Rapt.
Palacc Stcamcbb. Low Ratis.
Four Trip, par WMk BetwMa
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
VstflBatsr.SsuU flts. Msrls, aa4 tsui
Huron W-y PorU.
very Wssk Dsjf Bstwn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
f Ul H4f Tfip eUrtR iHM, J)), AnRMI S-S.
Doubli DsJly LI its Bstwsaa
ChtC GO AND 8T, JOSEPH, MICH.
OMR ILLUSTHATKO PAMPHLCTS
lsts mnrl Kxtmrslnq Tlflt-s will bm ftirnUasd
by vuur'rinL"! Agot, oraOdt-SM
E. 0. WHITCOMU, O. P. A., Ot t hot, Mich.,
Otrolt and Clavolnntf ttaam Ma. Oo
Home iKMiiilr naree with The Run's opinions
a l Kin t mm nnd thinus, and some people
don't : hut everybody likes to iret hold of the
newspnHr which is never dull and never
afrntd to speak its mind,
Ik-mocrat!. know thnt fnr twenty yearn
The Hun has foimht In the front line fnr IHrn-
tH-rntie nrtminlrs. never waverinaor weak-
eninu in Its loyalty tthe true interests of the
pnny it serves witn icariess inienigenee ana
disintcresiefl vigor. At times opinions hnve
dtflerrd as to he best means of accomplish'
ing the common purpose; It is not The
Hun's fault if it has seen further Into the mill
stone. Hightrcn hundred and ninety-one will be a
grent year In AmrrU-nn tHiHtics, and every-
iiotiv snouiu rrnti i iw nun.
Daily, per month , 0.90
Daily, per year 6.00
Hunday, per year m. 00
itaiiy ami minony, er year BeOO
Dnlly and Hundny, per month 0.70
Weekly, one year 1,00
Addreaa THK Ml'M Mew Vorki
Which U the Better Tcntl-
Tlio man who conductM Iur
hunincHH on the theory that
it dowii't pny, nnd ho can't
afford to ailvrrtiHo, wtH up
Inn judirtnciit in onnoHition
to that of Hourly all the uuh-
iiiohh mon 111 the world. He
iiHHuniPH to know more tlmn
UiouhiuhIh of men who have
made their niillioiiH by jiurnu
iiitf a coiii'ho that lie Buy
uoenii t iny.
FISH AND OYSTERS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. K. REED & CO.,
No. to Court Square.
octaa d vr
No. Bl No. S3
O.'IVam 10 20pm
" Richmond, SIBpm -.BBaml
" RalriiciT I Kitipm 7 aflnnTj
" Goldaboro, SliQpm 111 40pm I
" Wilmington 6 OOpm
Lynchburg. lSL'npm 185nam'
" Waihington 710pm tin Nam
" Bultimore, NAOpm NU&am
" l'hila., aooam 1047am
" New Vork. 6 UOam 1 ilOum
No. SO No. oa
121Sam 4 30pm
B4Sum 0 3(lpm
1124am 11 OOpm
B 40pm B 07am
0 0 o
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then Bend your order to
No. C N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
Froii' a NewHpnpvr to a Vis
iting Card can bo execu
ted in a workmanlike
style at this Print
PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
business. They ure
In North Carolina.
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