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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 189Q.
Hit Mid will Mil earthing, thli U
in a' measure; but for flaying
aaallttes,- merit U the tout Kxttinslve
sjdvertliunff may tell anything; when
M linear or unknown, but after It
wmi Into general um. It It JudprnJ
eoonllBK to IU worth. Hi continued
and MMd; growth of Swift's Speelfle
b the beet evidence ot it escelleoee.
' It It most popular wher It It best
known. Kvery bottle told. Milt ten
ether. Every one that takes It bf
tines Its friend, and recommends M
t their arqiialntanoea.
TreatIM on Blood and Skin Diseases
jailed f ree.
win Sraoiric Co., Atlanta, Oes
DR. J. H. WILLUNNi
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD IT.
Moure lo A. M. to P. II.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office R.oms S and n, McAfee Building.
11 on re 10 a. m. to t p. m. and to 8 p.m.
Telepone No. 47."
sept lft dftal
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOM B AND S, M'AFEE BUILOINQ.
RESIDENCE, 68 6R0VE STREET.
CUNTR ACTOR AND BUILDBR.
Promptness guaranteed. Office No. 8, arc
ond floor. Hcndnr block, directly over pot
ofnee. Residence No BS Bailey street.
A. H. COBB.
A. S. GRAHAM,
.line Over J. H
Law's ton, South Male
With mm Stic.
BHiilaa with ailvrr nr .ia.lmB....80e. to7SC.
" " iold.... S1.00 and upward.
Met of teeth
Bet set of teeth................-........." ""'
No better made, ao matter what 70s pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S and 8, McAfee Building,
I'attoa Area, Ashevlle, N. C.
eS.CTK't UaHTgO TO Till
Eye, Bar, Throat and Nor.
Thiii. P. Dsviosoa, Taos. A. Joss.
Raleigh. Js. O. Miana, Aasevlllc.
)AVIIaON, MARTIN A J0NB8,
Attorneys and Connection at Law.
A.beTillc, N. C.
Will practice la the 11th and 13th Judicial
Districts, and In the Supreme Conrt of Ntnth
Carolina, aad In the Federal Conrt. of the
t cetera District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aebevllle. dtarl
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, .pedncatloa. and climate, fur
i.m4. All work In mv line contracted for,
and no charge, for drawing, on contract.
Reference, when d Mired.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Woe. North Conrt
Square. AshevUle. N. C fchludly
RAMSAY. D. D.t.
Orer the National Bank of Asheville. Hitr
nard Building. Rcaldencc, Charlotte it.
ftl.il art It
at. H. RKKVKfi, D. D.
la Coanally auiioing, u.er Redwood'. Store,
Patton A Ten of .
Residence, SA Spruce atrect.
1 i.l c
OUGHT, SOLD ANO EXCNANOED.
MeaLKatate. Hotaaea to Bent.
C. F. RAY, .
Member American Ticket Broken' Ateoc'B,
ao aOIITH MAIN STRBBT.
(AocceMori to Balrd A Rector.)
Mo. at North Main Street.
A SUPBRIOR FLOUR MANUFACTURED
FOR OUR TRADB, ALL RISKS,
I SELL FOR SS.40 PEn HUNDRED.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
THU PlNBaT tINIMPROVBD PROI'BRTY
, . IN AaHBVILLB.
Lot. BS aad 64. rroepert Park Moun
tain and rleer soraery that eaaaot be ...
celled. Itae town, well shaded with thrifty
yoaR oaks. Only one sqnan from street
ear Uae, eoSTanknt te water, gat aad .kn
trta Hght lines Neighborhood, one of the
least mAsaerin. Call or address '
. , , . - T. H. BOMAR,
, aet4 Iw ... and D OBon
AS TO COLLEGE RIOTS.
ARP FRBKII HIM NIND
ON THF. HVHJF.CT.
And All the TttMitkN Me Uih Im
That Mr. Arp MnyH Hla I.lver la
Out of Order Wlit.t la the Hem.
I wus runiinutiiiK over those colleuc
Ihi.vk, 3t9 Villi' collide buys oil h large in
New York painting the town ml, hoot-
injf, howling mid vi-lliiiK ill the holds
nnd snloniii and In the streets like 11 lot
of escaped luiintics, running over the po
lice und the people, mid miikinc every
body get nut of their way. It must hove
heen 1111 nwml time according to the
ncwnpa)rrs, and I had it letter from a
friend who lives there, and he says that
nothing like it was ever secu in pandemo
nium. At a Dutchman said to rac, "It
was a wiot, a wow, a wumpus." And it
was nil because tlicr hnd benten the
Princeton boys ut a game of football.
Good gracious what a glorious victory,
what a grand success, what a muKnifi-
cent and heroic deed. They actually bent
the other fellows kicking a boll, nnd it
took 369 drunks to complete tne victory.
Last veur there wus a sliumcl'ul riot ut
Harvard, and a hotel burned up. What
is the matter with the northern colleges ?
We don t have nny such cnrouscinciit
down south. I know there arc none
such in Georgia. Our college boys don't
have any time to run off (iiM) miles to
kick a ball. Our Oxford boys don't dure
to co fortv miles to Atluntu unless it is
with a sieciiil permit to have their pho
tographs taken ns a class some Muitir
dav morninc. and tbey have to go back
on the evemue train. 1 would like to pe
ruse Dr. Bogg's coiiutenuncc if the Athens
boys were to ask for a week's recess to
to go somewhere und kick n ball. What
kind of education nre these Ynlc boys re
ceiving maybe they have just joined the
gymnastic department ana nntning cisu.
After they have gotten their diplomas I
would like to uak them a lew questions
in matbemutict. 1 would like to know 11
fortv bovt enn kick an eiuht-inch bull
200 vards in fortv minues. on a basis of
ten drinks to the boy, how many drink
will It take to enable tilty boys to ktck a
seven-inch ball 300 vards in thirty nun
utet. Heaven help us when these bovs
are to take our ulaces. The whole north
seems to be tninted with this sume lib
erty of education this no as you please,
do as you please, nnd study when you
please tort of business. I wouldcnt risk,
a boy or girl at any institution north ol
Philadelphia. They are too free and too
I believe in mv soul that the south will
have to save this government from a
wreck; and that duty will be upon her
before the end of the century. The mor
ality and conservatism of the southern
people are right now the safeguards of
the nation. I nc Dan men, tne promguic
and the lawless will soon outnumber the
good, honest, law-abiding people of the
norm. 1 overneara a gooa-iooKing, nnciy
dressed New York youth say to Mr,
Hughes, on the cars: "1 don't like your
town ot Atlanta ; a mnn has to walk 200
vnrds to net a drink : it is nwml tiresome.
1 live on third avenue in New York, and
there arc over 300 first-clnss saloons on
that avenue. When n gentleman wants
a drink there is a saloon within filtv feet
of him nnvwhere on the line."
"Where have you been, Jones?" said
to a fellow-citizen. Said he: "I have
been down to tne Technological institute
to have some work done lor my mill, and
I cell yon what is a fact, I got it done
better and nuickcr and cheuner man I
could have done anywhere else. Mine
was a prculuir nnd particular job, nnd
reouircd skillful hande. These bovs did
it, and they did it so well I had to praise
tliera and thank tliem. And licsidcs their
skill thev are to ccntlcmiinlv and cour
trout in their detriment, so ready to
answer (iiiestious nnd take need to sug
gestions that it has been u pleasure to
me to viiit the institution. 1 wish that
I had a bov to send there."
And then 1 thought about the girl's in
dustrial school thnt we are building at
M.IUl0ewille. and how nuicklv it will lie
filled when it is finished, and how, before
many years, those working girls will be
nation with those working boys, and
what nn independent team it will mane
in fighting the battle of life; whntacon
traat to the ball kickers and the dudes
nnd butterflies that latest our cities and
do nothing but pay calls and receive culls
and read novels in lied.
I say it deliberately, and from long ob
servation, that if a girl is sent away
from home to college, nnd stays tnere
two or three years, nine nut of ten will
be no account when thev come home.
(Hmurnp. the mrl will come home ac
complished, and will know how to stand
up and sit down, utid wniKarnunngrace
lullv. nnd how to smile, nnd sing, nnd
recline, nnd Innutiish. and nil thnt. but
lie in not bo inn to cut and fit and
make a dress for little Stilly nor licit
Hob with his arithmetic. Worse thnn
nil. some sentimental society editor tit
ncwsiinner will mention her at the
rhnrtiilnii and Invelv Miss Hunhronin
and thnt will almost make a lonl of her.
Mnvhno .lie will visit Atlanta and theso-
ciety editorwill note her nrrivnl nnd use
adjectives upon tier elegant, grnceiut,
fnwn-UKF. .Tinn-nKc:. uri.i.iiiii. i uwii.i
beautiful nnd divine. Kight then she is
none till. I wish these society editor.
could get up a new set of words just to
vary tne monotony 01 ineir Ku.innn nm-
tery. Tbey say though that it always
secure. . subscriber to tne paper; umi
two adjectives generally do the work
and thnt three are mire.
When n ooor man looks straight nt the
results h need not envy the rich for being
able to send their children to college.
he can give his own a good, fair educa
tion at home he is surer of their useful-
neee and success in life, and he ought to
Therefore, we want good schools at
home within our reach. Good schools in
every town and village and hamlet, and
11 the atate enn't Drovific ait inc mumi
the counttctoogbt to supplement it witha
county tax. The country will never be
able to cone with the towns until her
neonl. have more nnd better schools, liv
ery year the country loses tome more ol
their best citizens. The way things art
going oa there will soon be nobody in
the country except poor loin, ana negnic..
It ia that way now all oyer South Ala
bama. Now. what it the remedy for this or
does it need any t U11.L arp.
Mn. An read the letter and remarked
that I did not seem.to be calm and serene
and she thought I had better take tome
liver medicine. u. a
CRBATHS many a new buiinen;
liXLARMiS many old bunincu ;
KliVIVUS nmitr a dull busincs, ;
It NSC I US many a tost butineu;
HA VIM manv a MHne bntincnt I
PkliSHRVES many a largtlmtintn
XIH'ltHKX aurrma In anr butilKH,
To advertlim juilkioutlr, use tM col
ummoC'TbcCititcn." linrybtuly rearfs
H; and In pmpoithn to the rtturm it
rkld admrtlnen, Hit ate are the cheap-
eft in the country.
To Advartlaara' .
To Insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy mm
be baaited ht by 10 ociocr a. so.
A GOOD EXAMPLE.
A Durham "Globe" CorreKpoiid
cm Recltea Facta tor the Col
KtiTiiKKfoKii, N, C Ik'e. 4. Up in
Chimney Hock township, in this coitntv,
ves John Ledbctter, n worlli.' r lorid
man who was raised to manhood und
wnmtinhond fourteen children. When
the wnr closed ohn found himself a lice
man without n penny. He went to work
for his former master anil now owns
about six hundred ueics of the very
best cotton Innd in the county, the house
lot, studies nnd nuthouses lormerly be
longing to hs old muster, two horses
and lour mules, all the neecsHarv farming
mnlemcnts needed to run Ins I. inn, and
has some lew hundred dollars in ensh
laid nwitv. His sous all work and the
hite nconlc tlirouifh the community sav
that utl his children tire honest, virtuous
Resides running his farm John has the
contract forcarrying the maillrom Ruth
erford to Hcndersnnville bridge and we
nre told that he gives Itcttcr satislactton
than any former nittil roan. He is a
member ol the church and an unyielding
emocrat: his hntt ballot being cast lor
the noniintes of that party just after the
wnr. from ins former iirineipiet ne nnt
never swerved an inch. Is John Lcdbct-
ter not nn exception and tin example to
is race .'
The nally Cltlsen.
Is always alive to the interest sol. Vshe-
illc and its people.
is the most popular advertising medi
um in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater numlicr of people
than tiny other seeulnr pnier in t Instate.
is always tilled with tne eiioieest read
ing mntter of the dny.
lionrding houses nil their rooms by ad-
vcitising in Till! Citizkn.
news, antl all the newt, makes TUB
Citizen a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever mude a great
success without advertising. Try Tiik
An advertisement in TitK Citizkn pays
the advertiser nil hundred-told.
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mme Fnae Smllli. late from New York, at
07 Honth Main St., 1. now fully prepared to
do the most .tytLbrimuimaking at the iihort
eat notice. Perfect fit guaranteed. Alio ar
tistic millinery hata of nil kind, mude n.
new. Ladies' material, nurd to the most
practical advantage. Patent hat antt bon
net supporter. 67 South Muin Ktrcvt, over
A full line of
Knitted wear. Novelties of all kind, for
No, 64 8. Main St.
Ol' UN DAILY I'KOM 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M
A lupply of
CAKES, CAKD1ISS, PICKLES,
PrctKrvcs, Jellies, Iliiicuit, aad nrvatl, con
stantly on hand.
ArtMic limhrolilrry and Fancy Work of
every tlcitcnption for Bale,
Orden taken for nlaln ncwinu. commenced
fancy word and hcntHtlUhlnK. aUo for cat
ablcs of all kind. novUS d.'w tuth'a
RETELL, & WAGNER)
Bueccsaon to Kopp A l.lchtcnliergcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffee, ron.ted on the premise, rinity, nnd
ground for every customer.
Full Line of Table Supplier.
Pree dellverv. A full line of I'cetl. fmnhlhed
at whulcMIc price..
a8 PATTON AVENUE.
Telep one No. 8U.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C.A. ROOMS. I
Open dally, eicept Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 8 until 7 p.
The terms of subscription an: tine year
S3: 6 mo... tl.80; S mo... 1 i 1 mo., 8)et..;
daily II rtr
riffltvr. for IHtIO Preelrirnt. Charlc. W
Wnnlitvv! Vlce-Pn-.lflent. Thou. A. lone; Mee
antl Trca.urer, D. H. Wataon ; Llbrnriaa. MiM
. j. naicn.
Cltlien. and visiton an cordially Invited
to In.uect the catalogue and In-rll
nimn aa members.
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE.
, 35 N. Slain Street,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
Buy from an Immense stock or have
hipped direct to you from factory.
I AM A6ENT FOR NO ONE.
I buy for c..h whatever Is best In the mar
ket. I sell on yonr own terms. 1 re present
B. Chase, Everett
WILSON A WIIITBOROANH, KIMBALL,
IINITHU STATUS OROANS, "Th Finest
In ths Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY
dec II dim
JJOOMS WITH BOARD.
mlraMe rooms nn 1st and id floor., stBS
Co ege street, wltn comionaoii .ra.
ftacl dlw MRS. M. K. BRWIN
for Infants and Children.
..Caatoel.ta-wtfatocMdr I g-on. M
1 recommend It as superior to ny preacrlpUoo I gjjjj "worn glMSEp, aad prouwtes dl
knowatom.." H. A. Ascnsn, M. D., Imili,1
1U So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N.T. Wltioul Injurious medloaUoe,
Tat CssTaca OoarAjrr, 7T Hurray Strast, R. T.
Corrected dnlly by
OWU IX t HNIliUK,
whoh-ialeand retail grocere. Tbciw priccn
are bring paid by the merchant, to day.
Apple. .It Htii 128
Apples, dried 11
Pumpkins, each .11 ..1
lleeewax, per Iti in
iiuca. loci a
ney 1 1
Turnip. aui -ItllL'orn
Onljn. 1 hum-1 38 Meal '
abhuge. per Ih 114 lit '
Beans, pr bu.lllllw IBOlKye .'18
Peas IUii7n May. ton 18ctJ(i
hntnut. 1 nuiLeicry. uos m-"
TlMl Bby wta licit, ir. gvrr he CMlorla.
When shs was a Child. she cried for Csstoria.
Wbeu ih beeame Mlm, tb clung to Ototia
Wbsa she bsd Cbildnn, she gave them Csstork
To bur Covered Wncon, aultablc tor Rro
eery hunlnc. Atldrem . WM. K ,
An eaoerieneed white nunie. Irinh or tier-
man pr. ferrcd. Apply to No. 1 :17 llallcy Kt.
One conv each. "White'. Plnit lon. in
reck" and Goodwin'. Greek tlrnnimnr ; ice-
oudband. IIAKOI.II lollNSTuN
8H Norm .Main
31 HAYWOOD 8T.
Forty or fifty women to utem tohacco. Ap
ply at Child, Moorman ttt i o iiut'-ry on
To borrow S3.000 on from three to Ave
yean time, secured by Improved city prop
crty. Address 11. care Lltiicn.
UKiT, STRA YEI) OK STOUiX.
In rrar of Christian church and 1're.nyte
Inn atu.lv. a Indies' nurse, blink, containing
center piece anu two naie un siurp, w.n
I aih-rhan.il... fti.itnlile reward will be paid
for Its return to this office, or2aoulh Wnter
street. "cel. u.i
Hunch of 4 key. and 3 button hook, on
round ring. Liberal reward by leaving at
A B!l Inch Victor hicycle, in escvltrnt cndl-
lion. Uan he seen al the .tore of I' li. Mitch
ell, No. um Puttun Aucnuc. Price, fun. on.
Pine .lrlvina horse, snfe and sound, sit
years, stands 10 bunds, uniiuirenl
decH dlw IIS Chestnut sln-ei. city
Cow nnd cnlf: three qunrtcr. Jersey ; snlci
Id milker. Apply at CITI.UN lil'I'ICIl.
ti .7 month, a small ofnee room on
court square, two doom east ol piMiomec.
Atttlress, mji. 1.1 .-.w.
dcclld I w
Two 4-ronn. houses on Mcllowell street.
Apyly to J. A. Tcnncnt or 11. F. t.ruve..
Two nice rooms, furnished. No. nil Iinlleyst.
dcclldtw U. L. McllHNAt.il.
nue. Apply to
. C. HTAKNHK,
J Cherry Ht.
Three desirable offices for rent In McAfee
building, as Patton avenue. Apply nt
dcc8 dlw ar 1011.01
Three rooms, furnished or unfurnlshcti, on
Academy street. Apply ol Illnlr t immri
Furnished house. Central I.oeation.
Improvements, Terms ns i aii
ply la. PAT tun
PROF. J. BAKER.
(PROM LONDON, UNO.)
PIANOS-TUNED & REGULATED, $3.
New action, put in old piano... All kinds
of musical Instruments tuned and repaired
Satisfaction guaranteed. Leave orden at 37
Patten Avenue, asiicviiic, n. v.
A SSIONKB'S HALB.
On the inth dav of December, In the town
of llurnsrille, Vancey county, N. C., th. n.
drrsigned. .sslgnee of J. A Abernnthy, will
sell at public auction for cash all the stock
of good, eonslsting of a general line of mer
kJT.iiu .nw.vril In a certain deed of assign
ment to tne unoersigncn ;iy .. .a... j. .
Abernnthy, and registered In the onice of the
Register of Deeds of Ynnery county also a I
tne accounts, notes, ihui ikh--i "'
be sold as s whole
lAivfics golden snanc
Jtesnb.itv.nln onfTn., tfs. nrln a
tboot th. knowleds. ot patient
It U absotuwiy harmlMS and will w
i. or In artlela of food,
Beat and ii-wly core, wntnr nm
Mna.i.dFlnkarAran tUnatuilUl rrk. IT B
ATlA Uirntmrn mJ and la each
thai Umi pailent UntlrrftRW no incon
ft.v.y- ' fA aa L
I a anon Pmnifo rowwyssi m
i Doua iraa, aa
vfttAYIOH A SMITH, DrvvgliU,
AiheTilU. N. C, ., .
au25 dtkwly ou wtd tri
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN 'S IRON BITTERS
Mie HnRcrcd for ao Year.
Mv wife has suffered for fifteen yenrs
from congestion linti pnimui nicnnrmr
twin. Alter iisini tnrec Dottles oi iiratt
field's l-'emn e Regulator she is now able
to do her house work untl go wnere sue
pluses. J. w. "Avis,
aioravian i ihib,
Write Ilrtitlficld Reguliitor Compnny,
Atlanta, Ga., ftn purticulurs. lly ull
Ofkick op I
AsilKVII.I.K l.lllllT ANll I'OWHR Co.,
Asheville, N. C. Nov. 13, lHUO. I
Ktlitor The Citizen: Will you picnic
give notice to the Asheville pulm'c, that
we hnve comntetea contrtieis wmi me
two leading electrical companies of the
world, to wit: I ne lompson-iioiiMon
and the Ktlison Generul electrical com
ounies. for the installation of ma
chinery canahle of supplying two
thousand mcnnticsccnr. tumps, pecue
inrlv adopted for residences, ttorct,
ehurclies. hanks, or offices. Thnt we
hnve ordered and will toon have erected
a eomiilete nvstem of wiring for each set
of dvnnmos, and thnt weproimse after
installation iscompleted, to furnish lamps
ol any candle powcr(over lti c. p. I ior an
niglit, or snorter service, mca.uroi uy
meter or otherwise as our natrons may
prefer, at 10 percent, less than nny other
bona fide company will offer to rentier
AsilKVII.I.K 1lOHT 1'OWKR Ctl.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, Dec. 15.
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON.
MME. FRY CONCERT CO..
Consisting of the following ArtUts:
Violoncellist, Contralto and Pianist.
Prima liunnn Muprano and Vit.llnist.
MIHH LI'LI' PKV.
I'lute Soloist and Contralto.
MISS ALTA PKV,
Solo Violinist and Soprano.
MISS BltRTHA CllliNKY,
In a Select program of
MUSIC AND UHADlNfl.
Iio not mlsa this opportunity.
Hints on sale Pridny, Iiec. 13, at Sawyer's,
No. lo t'Mtton avenue, i .uai pneca.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THIS IS THE WAY YOU LAUGH !
Thurttday, Dec. n
In Their Funny Musical Farce,
A Winning Musical Farce Comedy In 3 Acts,
TIIK FLAG SKIRT DANCURS1
TIIK TVR'll.liAN WARUI.I1K!
THU LYCHl'M IJl'ARTBTTH!
WITTY DIALOGUES t BRIGHT MUSIC 1
PRIITTV OIKLS! LATBST SONt'.H!
No advance In price. I ScuU on sale Tue.
dny, at No. 18 Patton avenue.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, DEC. ia.
THE ; MONARCHS : OF : COMEDY.
THE MERRY LAUGHTER MAKERS.
HERBERT & JOE CAWTHORN.
IN TUB l'I'N.NIBHT, P.KIOIITWIT, DUST
Cntrhy Song., Sparkling Music, I'.r-Us
celled Concertina Solo., DlfHcult Uancet.
THE FAMOUS NUGQET QUARTETTE.
Wonderful Scenic and Mechanical Rffreu
I'susl prices. I hart opens Wednesday at
9 a. m. sharp at Sawyer's, 18 Psttnn Avs.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
' Agent for Rsems Crock Woolen Milts.
North Mala AskssrUle, M. C.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO,
Wester. North Carolina Division.
PABSI.M.KK TRAIN SCHUIX'l.U
i In Khokct AtliruHt 31 i
78th Meriilliui tiiitc nicl when not ntherwin
1 f)8pm I 7 38nm I
Til i!8im I
' New vork,
Lv. New York,
' Knosv Ic,
No. .18 I
7 oo p m
6ti7 p m
8 4t p m
I JJ pml "
No. in I ( Daily except Sunday.) I No. 17
7 38 smll.v.
'.4. pml "
8 80 n ml "
a 1 1 1 -
4 OS p in
2 08 p m I
B 48 a nil
8 SO a m I
Nos. SOandSl. Pullman Sleepers between
RaleiKh and Monistown. I
N. K!l ami 8J Pullman Ruffrt SleeninK
Cars between Hot springs anu n asningion.
w. A. WlrtlHHIn, ... i a.,
Asheville, N. C,
AS. L. TAVLIIR.tl. P. A..
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CIIICAIIO, MILWA1IK UB & ST. PAUL
AND NORTH URN PACIFIC R. R'S.
Throuuh Pullman Sleeping Cnr lnvcs Chi-
easo unliy at n.ao p. m.
por Ml. I'aui ana niinnrnpoiis.
" Fargo. North Dukota.
" Helena nnd Hutu. Montana.
" The Yellowstone Park.
" SiKikane Falls and Tacot ia.
' l'.irtlnnd. tlres-on
Best RouU to Seattle and all Murth Pacific
oasi points. . I
The Scenic line to California, ia Portland
and the Shasta Route.
Tickets on sale evervwncn.
For Information apply to anr Agent, or
Hriwn A. V. II. L'.Hi-RNTHt. I encral Pas
senger Agent, Chicago, III., or .. C. HsAlir.l
Southern I'assengcr Agent. Louisville, Ky.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
FASTEST ROt'TB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Asheville to Kansas City In 37 houn.
A.hawtlle l.l I krn V.T In 81 hoUta.
Asheville to San Francisco. California, and
Portlnml, Oregon, In 8 dnvs.
Solid Vestllmled Train. St. I.ouls to Kan
sas Citv. Reclining chair car free.
For full Information cull on or write to
B. A. Ncwland,
District PaMenger Agent,
II Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C,
j. CHARLTON. O
P. A.. Chicago. III.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will be run over lts"Colutnbia Division."
No. 88 Leavr. cnlumlila- o.ati p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 1I.HO p. m.
N... Atl laravrs Chi.rlraton 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 11.88 a. m.
Connecting with train, to nnd from .11
oointson the Charlotte. Columbia Ar Au
gusta and Columbia Jk llrccnvillc Railroads.
T. M. KMKRXON, On. Pass. Art.
. P. ItltVINK. Ia "ntrt.
alacc Stcamiss. Low Bath
Four Trip, par Wat SMswi
DETROIT, MACKINAC IsLA.'sO
aHtWfcay.1 hewn "la. Man. at4 LaM
Hurna Way aforta.
very Wea Day Wwaw
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
tfartal Kaaay Ttlpa Wria Jm, Jly, AagaM IW4.
Doubl Dally Ubp Bam wmi
CHICAGO ANO 8T, JOSEPH, MICH.
0JR ILLUSTRATED PAMrHLTf
HMeW and Mintirwl m Tlcka'a will tvCti- tilalit 4
b vonrTlvli-'i Atftwl.ortv drr-
C. B. WHITCUMB, 0. P. A.. DltWMl, Mkm .
Detroit and Clavvland lifim M.iv. On.
Some nciitile agree with The Sun's opinions
about men nnd things, anil some la-nplr
don't : but everybody likes to get hold of the
ncwsiMincr which Is never dull and oevcr
alrni.t to sneak Its mind.
Demm-rati. know thnt for twenty years
The Hun has fought In the front line lor ln.
n...atte nriui-titH-a. nrvcc wavering or wrns-
enlna In Its loyalty tolhe truelnlercl. of the
partv It serve, with fearlcs. Intrlllirrni-e ana
disinterested vigor. At lime, opinion, hate
alrt. .l aa ... ikfllMl ISMM of aceomilllSh
In. Ik. MMIHI. HUrOOM-: .1 I. SHI IW
Sun's fault if it has seen further Into the mill-
Itlghteen nunnni .nn ninety-one win .-r a
R rent year in Amei'nnn fKintic., anu .ti
D.llv, er montn eo9t
Daily, tier year .. I
Sunday, per year '
Iially anu nuniiny. tier year "w
slly ann nunony. per mon.n... .m e,,.
Weekly, one year..
AddrctM THK at'M.
17 Patton Avenue.
II. II. COSBY,
(Successor to C. Cowsn.)
17 PATTON AVKNUK,
NBXT DOOR TO OR AND CBNTRAL 110-
TUL, ASMUVILLB. N. C.
MttW I1KUI1. earerallv nrenserd bv kt.d.
j V .ngmemoer.01 ine asnevm oar,
Aneat parchment nnd heavy flat paper), ,
ring nil necessary point., Jn.t out and s
en sale at the ohic. of the Rshdolph-R
Ing member, nr tne Asnevin. oar, ton
ft 8tlpm 8 l!8um I
No. BO No. 8.
7aOam 6 87 pm
8 40pin 8 07ura
j-atlllpin a 30ii m I
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4-ir.iim 1 aonm
A. He 8. R. R. I No. 84
1'vau.au.e Co , Ne. North Court tcjaara.
DO YOU WANT
I ... , 'i,,,,!.,
ljl UtI rLUIUIH,
Large Hand BHIh;
Then send your order to
No. G N. Court Square,
Ahlieville, N. C.
.'"roii a NvwHpaiM'r to a Vis
it inn Card can be execu
ted in a work'uanlikc
HtylealtluH Triii t
PRICES AS LOW
Ah Fii-Ht-ClaetH work can
Ank nny of tho tliotiKtuidH
. 4.,. A ..l,n..:il..
Ul I lll'll IMItl Ulirj III ilDlli:vil.v
and Western North Carolina
iu) to their manner of doing
bunincHH. They are
In North Carolina.