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ASHEVILLE PA1LY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1890.
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is tSe great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to , . .
Hand for our trontisa on Mood assi
Bwirr hrKoirio Co., Atlsata, Ga.
ct MM wit
t KOI-USSIONAL CAkltS.
DR. J. H. WILLIAM.
OFFICE N0 RESIDENCE, 51 HAYWOOD ST.
Hour lo A. M. In I. M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
llmce Hanma A nnd l. McAfee Itullding.
Iluuni 1U a. to. to I p. ni. and 4 to 6 i.tn.
Tclcoi c No, 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SUR6E0N.
ROOMS 6 AND 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 61 SHOVE STREET.
CONTKACTOK AND llllll.KHK
Promptncaa auarnntecd. OfHce No. 8, m
ond floor. Ilendrv block, directly over port
odlcc. Rrehlcnec No US llailcy (twl.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
nlhrti-0.tr J. Law's Store, south Msin
Pillin'a with .llvcf oVa'milsm....BOc. to7Ac.
runna who f mo nnd upward.
Met nf teeth Jm no
Heat set of teeth - H.ou.
No better made, ao matter what yoa pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S and 6, McAfee llulldlna;.
Ashevllc. N. C.
Fattua A venae.
rUCTKI UHITK0 TO Till
Bye, Iter, Throat and None.
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
win nrartare In the loth and lath Judicial
InatrlrUftf Hurth Carolina and In the 8u.
nrrme Owrt xl the Federal Court of the
Weatrrn IHatrkt of North Carolina.
mm H imvimon. Thus. A.Jomss
kalrlnh. J". O. Mabtib, Aarevlllc.
J)A VlllnON, MARTIN JUNKS.
attorneys and Counacllora at Law,
Aahrvllle, N. C.
wilt acatilre In the 11th and lath Judicial
Hatrlcta.aal la the Buiireme Court l North
rolHM, ak4 In the federal Court, of the
Wtstrro lUaietas of North Carolina.
jESrto Hank of Aahevllle. duel
J A. TaNNBNT.
Architect nd Contractor.
Piano, aparloeat). aad estimate, fur
el.hed. All wnrh In my hae contracted for.
and no charge, for drawing oa eootracla
' Mrierenrw when desired.
mct: Nu. Ill Hendry Block, Niirtfa Court
.Square. Ashevllle, N. C .hISl,.T
" . KAM8AY. 0. D.a.
Over the national Bank of Aaheellto. "nr.
a.rd li.iM.lin-. Kcaldence. av Charlotu .1.
BS.. H. RKHVES, D. D. .,
la Connany Bunaina, SUrtwood's atore,
Kralilenrc, So Spruce atreet.
JeOK TO W0MAN'hataV4
inoeaamur to Malrd ft fcctor.)
No. aS North Main (Street.
A aWKNItMl rUOVR M ANtlPACTl'KUD
FOR OUR TRADH, ALL HIS5BM,
E SELL FOR 13.40 PER HUNDRED.
FOR ALE CHEAP.
TUB PINUST VNIMPR0VBII PROPBMTV
' IN ABHBVILLB.
Lots 68 and 8, Prapeet Park Moan
tain aad river scenery that cannot ht ex
celled. Pine lawn, well shaded with thrifty
yuana oaks. Only one tquare from street
ear Mae, convenient to water, (as aad tlce
' " trie Hht lines Ndnhborhood, on of the
, bast ka AstaTtlla. 'Call or addnas
, . T. H. BOMAR,
1 Or . P. FOtTBR,
lw R. aad D. Onion
IT WAS ONLY THE WIG.
THRILLINO STORY BY AN OLD
PolltcncHH of Kxtraordliiary AH-nuraitce-I.ovt)
ol the ttctiooltsoy
Pattern Kaiiaaa Idea of Life
I'roin the Albany A runs.
"It is n and story," anitl anoldniilroncl
man, aa he coughed two or three timca.
The itroup ol ni. liitencra, who had licen
hilluritiualy Idling aorac funny exieri
euccs a lew momenti beforv, quirted
"I win ruiiiiin' old 14'.!," he continexl,
"und Hill Sikca you nil know Bill wus
fit'in'. We wus tnkin' the flyer west nnd
hud order to run clean through, 'leaa
wr were annulled. I think the roud
muatcr wua ubourd, and we nil knew
that if wc ahould pull up without a rat
lin' good reiiKon he'd be alter us.
"We wua runnin' uhnont lull head, 1
Kiii'88, for 1 know the brccic just hummed
wlwn I jogged the cab winder a little.
The old engine rocked like u il it wua on
the brinv deep, only fualer. Well, we
wuagoin' lickcty split up through the
northern part of that town that used to
stand up the betid. Kill wns shovclin'
coul like a good one, and I gave the
whistle a toot now and then to let folks
know he wus comin'.
"As I was sayin', boys, we wns just
scootiu', going round the curve, too.
uat then least my eye as liir up the
truck aa 1 could see, and right then I saw
something tbut brought my heart right
up in my mouth. I shook all over. Hill
saw the thing us soon as 1 diil and Hill's
eyes bulged and his h'ar stood right up.
"There was something on the truck. I
could just see a little white sun hunnet
and a culieker dress and a little red rill
bun pecpin' nut from a bunch ol as pretty
golden curls as I ever sec."
The old man stopjicd. He swallowed
mysteriously a number of times and
drew his horny palm across his eyes.
The group of listeners only moved for
ward a little nnd held their breath.
"I couldn't stop, boys. It wns no use.
The flyer wua heavy, and we wua goin'
ncurly sixty an hour. When I got
strength enough to push in that throttle
and slup on the air we'd struck. Wr
stopped. Hill nnd me jumped out nnd
shuddered as wc did."
The group of listeners turned away
sick at heart.
The old engineer went on: "1 picked up
a wig of golden hair and Hill two or
three pieces of straw and an old sun bon
net. "Just then a gang of rugged imps
stuck their heads Irom behind an old
barn and howled : 'Did you ever, ever,
ever git left ?' " The group who hnd lis
tened in horror to the old engineer's sad
story looked tired und faded a way.
F.acnaed for HelUK Hungry.
Prom the Tacoma Lediier.
It is not often that politeness is used
for the legal tender and a means of de
fense at the same time, but it can be
worked successfully in the bands of the
Last night a weuk, miseruble looking
old mun with struggling gray hair,
guunt-eyed und hungry, wandered into
the little rcstuurunt ut the corner ol t
and lilcvcnth sts kept by "Hilly" Rob
ertson. The old man sat down ut a ta
blc and swallowed four big bowls of
strong soup in rapid succession and then
tackled a robust layout of corned beef
and cabbuge, after which he lopped off
the load with a cut of pumpkin pic.
When lie hnd mushed the waiter mm a
check beside his plate. Taking his check
the old Icllow approached toe counter
and whistered to the proprietor.
"Say, wall you cicuse nie i
"Excuse you lor what?"
Hillv Dut on a fierce Iront and ninile n
movement as if to throw the xilitc old
mnn into the street.
"I' ease don't hit me." he exclaimed
In alurm. "I've just got of a hospital
where 1 didn't get enough to eat, ana
I've been sick. too. I havn't uny money
to pay with, and 1 do hope you will ex
The restaurant man could only com
ply with this modest nrcucst, and the
polite old man wus then and there ex
True stctioolooy I.ove.
Prom the lloaton Tranacrlpt.
One of the moat delicious love-lctlrr
that the listener huscver read wns inter
cepted the other day by a teacher in our
ol the public schools. The boy who
wrote it was ten years old nnd the girl
presumably of the same age. Here is the
charming missive: "Dear limma 1 love
fou and I wisn you wouiu write to me,
love you and 1 wish 1 could kiss. Em
ma, you look so rosy. 1 love you ; don't
you love me f wish you would write to
me. I auras you love me. I don't cure il
you don't care u you aoirt, I win write
to vou unvwav. I want vnu to write to
me, nnd if you' have no Icadpcnci! I will
givi you one and some pnier.
"I am so glitn tnat you love me. urn
ma. did you tell that boy that lives be
side your house that you was going to
slup my nose? Emma, I could not help
out cry wuen inni ooy toiu inc. buiiim,
Emma. I thouvlit you thought more ol
me. I have given you about 25 cents
worth of cundy, and you don t treat me
well, besides 1 give you some gum."
There is no doubt about the condition
of that boy. He is in love. He may lie
only 10 ten years old, but if he lives to
be 100 he will never be any more in love
than he was when he penciled thnt letter.
Obacrvatlona of Ufa.
Prom the AUhlaoa Olobe.
Every time the Lord makes a woman
ht cbangea the pattern,
I'utonebad mun among seven good
men and at the end of a month vou have
one good man among seven had ones.
Although the people are nil niter money
bow thev hate another man who has it!
When the henrt overhnlnnccs the head
you haven fool; when the head overbal
ances the heart you have a villain.
There is no dependence -to lie placed on
the promise mnde in necessity. Help a
man out of a ditch, and If he does not pay
vou while the mud is still wet on his
clothes he will never do it.
A man with his pleasures is very much
likea small boy with liisjnm; he spreads
it so thick on the first slice that the Innt
slice is left without any. i
Win a man's friendship by telling him
to-dny thnt he is the smartest one in his
family, and you win nave to ten nun to
morrow thnt be is the smartest man in
town, and the next day thut he is the
smartest man in tht slat.
Prom the American Orocer.
"Madam," observed the actor to the
mother of a veil ns Infant in the audience,
"when your child Is quite through ap
plauding I will continue to merely feign
Insanity. At present tnc pressure is en
tirely too great I"
For bone colic Simmons Liver Regul
tor ii known to be the best remedy.
THK WALK TO BMWAIB,
International Lesson X, Fourth
Uuarter. Dec. 7.
Compiled from Lwwon flelpar Quarterly hy par
mlaslou of 11. B. Hoffman, publuiuur, rLluuial
Phial IS. "Ami heboid, two of thorn went that
sama day to 11 vlllago culled Eiiiiuauh,
which whn from .luriiHaliMii HUiut three
score furlniiKH." It whs now ufttirnooii,
and (II the events of thu morning Imil
doubiloHH bcooiuu known to alt thu ilia
clplra, and many mora than theme mon
tlnnml In the Innt liwrnm had paid a vlalt to
tha tomli; porhnpa thpae two ninnng the
rest; but If so they midoiitly dnuliUnl ut III
Ills reaiirrdcllon, for had they liellevcd
that Ha actually apienred to Mury aud the
other women wo would think thut thoy
would have remained about tha city hail
ing to huo lllia for thuinaalvea. Bo wo have
before, nu two mora milwllevliig disclpUm,
one named Clunpaa (vh. 18) and the other
we know not. According to Johu xix, 'ir,
Cleopm won hiiHlimid to one of the MnryH.
U. "Anil they talked together n( nil
these thiiiga which had hnpiienad." They
would no dnu lit, rehearse every Incident,
perhaps going over the events of Ills arrant
and trial and criirillxion and nil attendant
olrcumHtniioea, na well as theoreuU of that
in. "And It rams to pa that while they
communed together and reasoned, Jeans
Illmaelf drew near and went with I hem."
They spuke uf Him and Ho came to meet
HI. "But their iyen were hnldun that they
should not know llltn." When Mary saw
lllin she knew not that it wan Jesus, and
when the diaclplea who went out Ashing
aaw Him 011 1 ho aliore they knew not that
it wna Jeaua (John xx, 14; xxl, 4), Whether
Ho assumed a lUHcrent form or ape arance
on each nf theao nccardntiH, or whothor
Mary and the disclplca knew him not, the
one because of her wctpiiig and the lit hen
because nf their return to their old occupa
tion, or whether It wan n hlludnewi from
the Lord, aa In II King vl, 1H, does not
seem very clear 111 the enm of .Mary and the
disciples: hut In t hn ensu of these two
Mark xri, 13, says that He appeared to
thom In another form.
17. "And He said unto them, What
manner of communications are. theao that
ye have one to another, as ye walk and are
SAdf" He knew, hut Ho wanted them to
tell Him; ns if He had snld, Tell me all
1H. "And one of them, whose nnmo was
Cleopas, answering, wild unto Him, Art
Thou only a stranger in Jerusalem nnd
hnat not known the things which nreouiie
to pan Hum in lh"w days?" TI10 whole
city must have la-en llllml with the thing"
which had biipiicniil during the last few
days and a man would need to lie a very
louely sojourner (as thu wonls "Art thou
only a atraniter" Imply) not to have heard
ulaiut the strange eveuta.
HI. "And lie said unto them, What
thlngsf And they said unto lliiu, Con
cerning Jeans of Nazareth, which was a
prophet lulnhty In deed and won) la-fore
God Slid nil the people." They could not
forget nor deny that such mighty deed
and words had lawn seen in Jeans as had
never lm-n aeon in any othur; anil, al
though contrary to all their expectation!
He bod la-en put to death, yet theae fuels
concerning I lint n-uru Incontrori-rlilile.
90. "And how the chief prieatM and our
rulers delivered Him to la-fiinilemunl to
death, ami have cruclllcd lliin." Tlicll
teatlniony corrolamileH exactly what Jt-siie
bad foreloM (Matt, xvl, all. Now if they
had aildeil what llealw, foretold Just aa
plainly, that He Mould rise ii.ialn the third
day, then would they have lajvn enlight
ened and glad.
91. "Hut we trusted that it hnd la-en He
which ahould haro mhvtned Isriu-I: and
bmiila all I his, tialny is I he third day since
Ihvae thinga were done," l.ll.e .aelnirlaa,
Himeoii, Anna, JiaH-ph of Aiimalhea and
mmiyotliera they looked for nileiution
for Israel, even tin- kiiigdoni of liod (I, like
I, 6M; II, .in, lf; x.vlil, Ah, na all the prophets
bad foretold. They liaiked for the king to
sit on Dm Id's limine, and even linhrlel,
the last meaw-iier from Gial, taught them
so to look (Luke I, .1!, .'). Hut they knew
not the way to the throne Ivy death and res
S3. "Yea, and certain women alio of our
eoniHuiy made us nstoiiialusl which wen
early at the ncpulrhcr." If they had said
"made us Kind" It would have la-en right
aod acconliiig to I he mind of Ural.
S3. "And when I hey found not His hoily,
they ennie, saying, thnt they hail also seen
a vision of angels, which said that ilu was
alive." What ihey looked for (His bodyl
they saw not, but they saw the linen clothes
which hail contained His body; and what
they had not rxNM-Usl to see (nngela) they
saw, and heard that which they had not
thought to hear, that He was alive. Lift
and not death la the topic of the Script
ures; nr rather life through death.
IM. "And certain of them which were
with us wont to the sepulrher, ami fouud
It even so na the women hail said; but llllu
they aaw not." The women simply found
aa He boil sold It would lie, and oa the an
gels said it was; and even though tha
others who wont aaw not Illmaelf, blessed
are those who see not and yet believe (John
S3. "Then lie said unto thorn, O fools,
nnd slow of hoart to believe all that the
amplirts bas e apokrul" If wwauend much
time on prophecy wlae men may count us
fools, but If we neglect prophecy, nr any
porl ion uf it. Christ will count us foolish.
Let us ml her climate to be counted foolish
by men than liy Christ.
So. "Ought not Christ to bnve sufTcml
these thlnga nnd to enter Into Ilia gloryr"
When l'niil preached at Thesaaloiiica he
taught from the Hrrlptiircs that Christ
must needs have sulTuml and risen again
from the dead, nnd thnt Jesus whom he
preached waa Indeed the Christ (Act xvli,
8, 8). The Christ must sulTvr becauso In
iquity, trauagrvaalon hnd sin must la) put
away und made nu end of lllun. Ix, 34), and
without ahciiilliig of IiIihsI Is no remission;
It Is the hliaal that miiketu an aunieiuent
for the soul illel.. Ix,a3; 1-v, xvli, 11),
ST. "And la-gliiuing at Mc and all ths
frophets, lie exK)unilel uiilo them iu all
he bV-rlplun-N thu tliiuga ooneerning lllin
selt" F.Xaiallury preaehliig, which many
preacnera llt-apiae. lllia- wnieii aniisam uuii-
gry souls. An Old Tmlameiit llllilu renil
ng hy Ihe Mooter Himself and all about
Himself, Heavy hearts nn.il Josuaonlyt
and only when lie Is enthroued there will
we Devil true ginunena, in you, ucai
low teacher, nnd Him In every book it
tbe Berlin urus and In every leason that
inachf It is only aa we make lllin the
tar of all lenehliig and preaching thu
have true ulndnena. Can you. dear fel
low teacher, nnd III ni In everv book In all
tbe Berlin 11 run and In every leason that you
can boa to accomplish anything In Ills
name, We urv to be full of Him and His
spirit ami Ills word, and alwnya apeak of
Ills suUerliiKs, death, resurrection, aaoen
inn, Interci-sslon and coming glory; point
ing to Ills noir lite na tns louuonuon, anu,
U savwl hy flla blmal, then taking thai
boly Ufa aa our sxample In all things,
Teealey h.altliaaaah.nlil have rf
alar tiarnallana every tweaty fan
B.ara. The eylla, kwta saealal aad
obysleal, mslUsf from
araaaaayaatf eerlans. War the ears)
arthls nmia.a troulile. I nit . I.lvw
pllla hava gain. a popularity sasaa
SOI .4 Ml. KUaaatly eagar eoaiaa.
BULi) SVfiaX WxUUtJt.
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANOED.
alcal liatate. Houaea to Rent.
C. F. RAY,
Member American Ticket Brokers' Amoc'd
0 SUUTU MAIN STRBBT.
I. V. - , . :
"Caatorla Is so well adsrted tochDdnm that
I n-coniiauDd It as superior 10 sny preecripUoa
known to me." II. A. Ascnra, M, D
111 80, Oxford St., Druuklyo, N. T,
Corrected dally hy I'OWIM.I. Ar SNIIll h.
wholesale and retail ifroi-era. These urk-ea
arc beliiic iiiiid hy the nierchanta to-ilny.
Apples ,1110111 -JM
Aluilea, dried II
I iTccawax, H'r 11 1 H
lllicka Illw 11
I'oliilcH-s, iriah.niim 7o
nnney 1 1
1 ml ma 1011111 tan
Ciihliaue. la-r II t
1 lata no
Ihana, pr liu.ionni mc!
Chcatnuta I flol
hen Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatorla
When she became Mias, she clone; to Caatorla
When she had Children, she gave Uno Caihul
Take Simmons Liver Kmuhitor. One
dose is worth 100 dullnrs.
jf Enjoy It.
of pur Cod Uvfjr OH with Hypo
phosphites of Llmo and Soda la
almoat aa palatable aa milk.
Children enjoy It ralhor than
othorwiae. A MARVELLOUS FLI9H
PRODUCER It la Indnedt and the
little lad a and laeelee who take cold
eoailv. mar be fortified osainot a
cough that miajht prove aeriouo by
tokhig 8ootta Emulaion after their
meola durlnn; the winter aeaeon.
Hrtrttrr kt wtMtitMtUtHa and Imitation.
MRS. AniNA SMITH,
At Her tild Slunil.
No. 4 North Main Street.
K. U. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER.
AUo arnrtlna: of all klnila dune. All onlrni
promptly filled nnd work fiunritntccd. Cnn
be fuund at all timca at Ornham'a Cottun
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER,
Mtnv I'uac Hmlth. Intc from Nrw Vo k. nt
57 Houth Muln Ht., la now fully pniuiutl to
do th mtiNl tylUbdmiuniiknK fit tin- wtusrt-
cit ntttlcc. IVrfvct At ituaranlml. AI"o ar-
t In tic mlltlnrry hata of all kind- niiulc aa
nrw. Ladles material- uncil to the mont
prartk-ul advnntnKC, 1'iitctit hat nnt. Iiuti
net aupportvr 07 Houtb Xluln atntt. uvvr
I, aw 'a atore.
RETELL. & WAGNEM,
ftuccewora to Kopp tk I.k-htcnlKTKcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
CorTrca roaateil on the prcmlara iliilly, and
ground for every customer.
Full Line of Table Supplies).
I'rcr ilrllverv. A lull line of I'ct-il. iumishrd
at wholesale iiriees.
aS PATTON AV1-:NI'Iv.
Telcp one No. till.
17 PMttou Avenue.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( V. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
nnM. riallw. r-ol aundavB. from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. na and S until 7 p.
The ternii ol soliaerlptlon are; One yeat
la i e mna.. 11 .A ! S mns Sill mo., nocta.;
dally II eta,
Officers for 1 MOO- I'realdrnt. Charles W.
Woolaeyi Vlce-Prcahlrnt. Tlloa A . .lonca i Her,
andTreaaiirer, I), a Watson; l.lhrarlaa, Miss
B, J. Hatch
Cltiirnl and vlaltora are cordially Invited
to InaiKCI tlte rntnlngw mil Inscrllie their
namea aa member.. nnHtldll
nv virtue of a deed of trust executed Itv
ohn II Cameron to me aa trustee liearliik
.Ini the lMih tlav of llecenilier. INHIt. and
reai.tered In the omce of the Beicisler of
llCeilS Ol ruincmiios vi-wnij. miuii vmiinni,
in Hook 4 nf mortunues nnd deeds of tniat
h t.Miri-. afIT and 4na. llrfault h -vlnu lieen
made and demand upon tnehavlnKlieenmade
aa reiiiilred. I v- lll Bell the Innd dracrlhcd In
aald deeil of trust at nulillc auction to the
hlvhcat hlilder for rash at the court house
door in Aahevllle In anld cnttnty on Monday,
the ililA day of December, 1HU0, at la o'clock
Maid land Is .Ituatrd In the eastern portion
of Aahevllle on Hollywood atreet, near Col
leee atreet, sdloinlns lands of P. M, Miller.
Mr. Lonir, Mrs. M. O. Hteele and othera.and
contains nlne-tentha of an acre, more or less.
aovtfvdiiot A. T. SUMMUV, Truatc.
Caatorla enres Colin, Oonatlpatlnn,
Roar btoiaacli, Dlarrnnjut. Enicuitlnn,
Klua Woruia, gives Bleep, and promote di-
WiUiout injurious medication.
Tag Curries Coannv, 77 Murray Street, M. Y.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion & Debility.
A Boon to wivea.
Having used "Mother's l-Vicnd," 1
would not lie without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must puss
through the pninlul ordciil of childbirth.
Mhs. C. Mhi.ihm ksi., Iowii.
Write Hradliclil Krgulutnr Company,
Atlantn, On., foi particulars. Hy all
My a rt'KtM'i'tnlilr ini(IHU,-..K tl man, a m tui
tion nu clerk, culUvtur, or HuU'vman. at mod
erate wiiKfw, AddrcnH II. W .
tlec deil Care Cltiicn.
Music lamlla. Apply at
dec ill w NO. HI IIAVWOOI1RT.
Forty nr fiftv womrn to ntcrn tolmcco. Ap
ply nt C'hllds, Moorman Sc Co. 'a fact try on
atrr ntrcct. novltU d 1 w
To borrow :i,ooo on from three to Ave
year time, uecurvU by Improved city prop
urty. Addma II. care Cttlicn.
Two nrw "-room i-ottnKt a on Stnmen avc
nue. Apply to T. C. MTARNliS,
drco ltl a Cherry Ht.
Three deplrnlile oHieeB for rent In McAfee
buildtiiK. alH I'Hittiu uvenue Apply at
dvcA dlw' M7 UA1LBY HT.
Three rnnma. furnlnhed or unftimiithed, on
Academy utreet. Apply at Illair Sc Itrown's
1'umiture ttlorc. novUU tltf
Piirnisihed huuw Central I.ocntlon. All
Improvcmcota, T- rma nn npplicatinn Air
ply 1VJ I'ATTUN A VliM'H.
Suburtmn rcnidence, one mile from city on
Merriitmu avenue mad, huttdnomely and
completrly fumishetl and c(iiip,icd : emtiinite
view; estennive KnittmlN; two Ireitb Jvntey
vo,vn; winter iittplen ; horHra and vehlele If
dtnired. I'tntsvrNHlon iven lnt tf Novemlter.
tiwncr oceupymit in summer only would
imtke iiermnrieni nrranKement with part
deiairinK n winter tenidi-nce. Atldrrnn
sirpttuitf i. o. lock iu x nnu.
B. II. COSBY,
(SucceHMor to C. Cowan.)
1 PATTON AVUNUK,
NHXT III II IK TO OMANII CUNTKAI. 1IU
THI A8IIHV1I.I.U. N. C.
35 N. Main Street,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
liny from an Immense stock or have It
ahipianl d'rect to you from factory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE.
I buy lor cash whatever la beat In the mar
ket. I veil on your own terms. I represent
A. II. Citanc, Everett New
W 1 1.8' N ft WIIITUOKUANH, KIM HALL,
I'NITItll HTATII8 UMOANM, "The I'lncat
in the Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
dec il dim
on the KUh day of HiHTmlier, In the town
of Hurnsvllle, Vancey county, N. C, the us
dcrsifitird, asslKtiee of J, A Alrrrnathy, will
sell at public mie t Ion for cash all the stock
nf goods consisting or a genera, one 01 mer
i-hnmllse eonveved In a certain deed ofnsR.inv
msant tn tha. titirirrnlirnrrf bv the snld I. A.
Abrrnnthy, nnd registered In the office of the
Register of (reeds of Yancey county j also all
the accounts, notes, mortgages, Ac. All will
be sold as a whole. K. L. OKAHAM,
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina Division.
fASSBNGBR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In BrrncT Auuuat 31)
75th Meridian time used when not otherwise
" Hich m ond,
I 'J 1'ripm
lally lil Bum
I I H4am
1 1 OOpm
Lv. New York,
' 8 05am f
No. .IS I
A. e 8. R. R.
9 In ami
I.v Aaheville. Arr.
Ar. Hrnderaonvllle, "
" 6partanburK, Lv.
MIIKPII V I1HANC1I.
No. 18 (Dally eacept Sunday.)
7 35amI.v. Aahevllle, Ar
uaSamlAr. Wayneavllie. "
2 42 p ml" Hryaon City, "
5 Bo pml " Andrewa. Lv.
405 p m
2 on p ro
945 a m
6 BO a m
Noa. BO and Bl, l-ullman 81ccicrs between
Noa. B2 and B3 lullmnn flllfTet Hleeplnit
Cnra between Hut SjiritiKa and Waahinsjton.
W. A. W1NBUKN, II. H A.,
Aahevllle, N. C.
IA8. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
Washington D C.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CIlICAtiO.MILWAlJKHI. & 8T. PAUL
AND NOHTHliKN PACIFIC K. K'8.
ThroiiKh Putlman Sleeping Car Uavea Chl
cauo daily at 5.HO p. m.
For St. Paul and Minneapolis.
" PnrK"t North Iakotn.
44 Helena and Butte, Montnna.
' The Yellowstone Park.
44 Hpokane Falls and Tacoria.
Best Route to Seattle and all lorth Pacific
The Scenic line to California, ia Portland
and the Shasta Koute.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For informotlrn apply to any Ajrent, or
address A. V. 11. Cahpkntkk. feneral Pas.
miter A Kent, ChicaRo, III., or I. C. Hhaov,
soutnern rassenuer a Kent, iouisvuie, Ky.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA8THST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Ashevtlle to Kansas City In 87 henra.
A "he vi lie to Denver In til hours.
Ashevllle to Han Francisco, California, and
Portland, OrrKon, In A dava.
Stdid VestilMilcd Trains St. Louis to Kan
sas City. KcclininR chair car free.
For full information vail on or write to
B A Newland,
TXstrlct PassenRer A Kent,
No. 10 Patton Ave., Ashevillc, N.C.
J. C1IAKLTON, O. P. A., Chicane. III.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the following; sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division."
No. 63 Leaves Columbia fl.ifo p. m.
Arrives at ChnrleMton...... 9.30 p. tn.
No. S3 Leaves Charleston 7 1" a. m.
Arrives atColumbia 11. Aft a. m.
ConnectinK with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia At Au.
tiuNta and Columbia V (Jreenville Kail roads.
T. M. KMKKHON, Gen. Pass. Afft.
1. P. DKVINK. tWu. Snot.
Paiacc STiAMtaa. Low Ratib.
Four Trip, par Safe BetanMtn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
.tMifcr. "- aforte, cvad Isoka
Huron Way Porto,
very Wk Dy Bstwn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
SNiaJ Ssjwttaj Trlpa oartaf JaM, Jaljr, AagSt a4 Uf.
Doiibl Dtvlly Urn TtetwMa
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
O'm ILLUSTRATIO PAMPHLETS
llavtsra nr1 Siminit'n Tlrks will b furnlabod
bv your Tl"ft Asont, or auldrsas
E. B. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A., Ditrcmt, Mich.,
0trolt and Olavalantf Staam Wnv. Oo.
Home nenntc nsree with The Hun's oninlons
altoiit men and thlnii"t and mntir eoplt
don't ; hut every hotly likes to urt hold of the
new Dim per which is never dull and never
a frit til to Nrnk Its mind.
Itrmocratt, know thnt for twrntr years
The Hun has foiiKht In the front line for Oem
(terntic nriticliOes. never wnverlnir or wenV-
eninsi In Its loyalty to the true Interests of the
party it serves witn irariess inieintrentTC anu
diolntt rested vitf'r. At times opinions have
differed ns to i he best means of accomplish
Iiik the common purpoite; It la not The
Hun's fault 11 It has seen further Into the mill
li 1 u h teen hundred and ninety-one will be a
srent yenr In American politics, and every-
toov snouiu rrno i nc nun.
I rally, per month to.SO
hnlly, per year 6.oo
Huntlny, per yenr a.oo
iauy anti rsunnny, iter yenr , 0.00
lallv and Sunday, per month 0.70
Weekly, one year , 1.00
Addrcaa THK ttl'N, Mew York.
Which la the Better Teatl-
Tho man who conductH liis
liusincBH on the theory thnt
it doonn't pny, nnd ho enn't
afford to ndvortino, Hots U
his hidirmont in ontioHition
to that of nearly all the bim-
menu men in tho world. lit1
iiHHunieu to know more thai)
thouHnndM of men who have
made their nnllioiiH by min-m-
inur a course that he suyH
(lotwii t pay.
FISH AND OYSTERS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. 10 Court Square,
octal! d yr i
I No. 54
I 700 p m
607 p m
340 p m
O O fO O OO O o'"o
DO YOU WANT
Large Iliind Bills;
A Pamphlet, j
Then send your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Anlieville, N. C.
Froii' a Newspnier to a Vis
iting Card cun bo execu
ted in a worktuunlike
style at this Print
PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work cuu
Ask any of tho thousands
of their patrons in Ashevillc
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
business. They are
In North Carolina.
0 o 0 0 o o o o
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