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DR. J. H. WILLIAIHH,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD 8T.
Hour 10 A M. lo a P. M.
Office Kemm ft and U, MeAlee Tlulldinfc,
Hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. m anl 4 to p. m.
TcIcihi e No. 7.
aept 1 8 rit.ni
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DOOMS S AND 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILUUR.
Promptness guaranteed, office No. S, sec
and flour, Hendrv black, directly over pot
otllcc. Kealdence No S3 Bailey itntt
A. H. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
iifflce Over J. H, Law', Store, South Main
Pilling with .liver or amalgam. .-.floe. to7ne.
gold fl.uoaud upwurd.
Set of teeth n
Bc.t act of teeth H.O(l.
No better made, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S and 0. McAfee Building,
A .her lie. N. C.
r.tCTICa LIHITID TO Till
Eye. Ear, Throat aud Nose.
num. P. D.VIDSON, THOi. A. JoNK.
kaleish. Js. o. Mastm,, Aateville.
QA VIDSON, MARTIN Si JONRS,
Attorneva and Counsellors at Law,
A.hevllle. N. C.
Will practice In the 11th and lath Judicial
District., and In the Suiircme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Cuurta of the
Weatern Ul.trlct of North Carolina.
Refer to Rank of A.hevllle. dtael
Jt A. TBNNBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .pecifleatlon. and eatiraatea fur
at.hed. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charge, for drawings on contrneta
Krfcrencee when dealred.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
Square, Aahcrille. N. C. feblttdly
P. RAMSAY, D. D R.
Over the National Bank of A.hevllle. Ilur
ard Building. Hraidrncc, tt Charlotte at.
R. H. REEVES, D. D. 8.,
DKNTAL ffS j OFflCK
lu Connally anuoing. over Kedwood'a Store,
Reaidence, S3 Spruce street.
No new pla.
country ns the
HOW IS YOU!. CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the 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 3 S- S
Send for our Ovinias on Mood and
swift M'i.i.imu to., Atlanta, 0a.
1. W PBTII VRD.C li,
M. linn Hoc. C K.
W. R. KINO, C. H.
KnK'r Corp., t'.S N,
PETHARD & KING,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And General Contractor.
Hxiwrtu In city work, topographical and
iilnin inrVi'Vi rtl C.tlfM liml I WHS: lleRliltlH.
pi ci tin, ftiit'i'ifk'titlnnK nml eathnute furnished
liir rniiwnyn, w:iwratiii..v umi nntiRH1 "J"
bpcclaHIri: The lucittiu t nnd eonatructlon
ot ruiiwuyn nnu coiiituc uuvvnivnia.
Ashttvllle, N. C.
p. o. lion tUM.
Ofllce: Third floor In (Irani) Opera House,
nov 1IU dam
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Insurance I AReiit,
Rear No. an South Muln atrect.
R.tubliahrd IHiin. Aahcvllle. N. C
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED.
Meal Estate. Houtica to Rent!
C. F. RAY,
Member Amrrlcun Ticket llr-ikcr.' Aaaocn,
NO Stll'TH MAIN HTKKKT.
E. H. IIRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER.
Also RTttillnjt of all kinds done. All order
promptly filled and work uunrantevd. Cnn
h found at all time at Graham' Cotton
odel Cigar Stor
II PATTON AVKNI'Ki
Hun received a flnc ntmorimeiit of ren' Merr
athnum and French Itrier licii. Aim C'l t
and Ct mi re tie lloUlvro, inr ami t iK.,,r"i"
Cnu;u mv lt 'f iinmnied and tlnm alk
CtK"r. a nne lot 01 nniKiiiii v-uma.
MxS Rf Hill ATflP
on mdnthlv sickness
If TAH1N OURIHC tHAJiit 0 ..
BRIM BaNSE".4! SUFilRrnGMLBtaVOIulB
jbook TO' W0MAN'
BMDFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATIARTABA.
awn muL UMurk
in the rnite.1 State over uttm t..d sc, much public attention, nml was the Hiibject of ho
The m.8nn for thi is biM-miHe of the fact that it ban been reeoKnize.l by the ahrcw.leHt businesK men nnd mannge.H of the trunk railroad linen of the Went that a (MEAT CITY would be built
coaHt in obedience to the demamlH of Commerce.
A. DEEP WATER PORT
On the TexiiH coaHt means n aivnWv niinmil Hiivini; of wealth to the people renidinK went of the Mimirwippi Hiver, than is often KniiiPl by war of compiest bv the intehtient innie in the world. A ,;'''t,,'
Jn Xorex t,,l,7.n.i,Pnint, d bythen;at d,.pw,!fr conventitm, nt iTKmrnl
Mavi iir in frtiKht rates bv reaching tide wat.-r on the Texas const with surplus produ.-ts of the West, inste.id ot the Atlantic Na Hoard, would I amount to 1 J( ).() .' Js';Vrf lVrn
bus neVs nmS nnimallv from the great West an.l foreign countries that will Hud its nearest and most natural entrepot on the western coast o the .nil of Mi xico
KnSffi the bui linir of ii grent citv to accommodate the changd conditions of con.meivial affairs ever existed before at any place in the United Mates. 1 1 he I amw ; Rail Itoad u te rests
t,f t l e west I have bn.-n" preparing for it for several years. The one point that towers above all others as the natural location for the great city on the Texas coast is the
City of ARANSAS HARBOR!
It is located on the main land directly opposite Aransas Pass, on the highest and dryest land to be found unywhere on the Texas Const. This section of country has niii famous ns a health an.l summer
resort fro the past half century.
THE ARANSAS HARBOR CITY AND IMPROVEMENT CO.
Is orirunized with a paid up capital of Six Million Dollars, and includes among others the following well known tinanciers, cnnitalists ami statesni.;n : Daniel Ciu r and Coii!ii"ssni in 8. E. Payne, N. V. m.
CI as hi" ton Hon; iCll .. I arrison, X. Y.; (leo. Fii.dlay. Chicago: M. (irenwood, jr., Seldom 1'. Spencer. St. I ouis; C. (). Know es Topeka: C. 11. imnues .1. a le. hmnm n, M. Hon. A. J. Ho I. is,
Wnsi.inttton 'jrwZ Kv I. F. (1. Dentley. .1. L. IVrrymaiu Mo.; ex-(iov. John Inland, I,ieut-(iov. T. D. Wheeler. U. Lott, H. F. Yoakum, A. W. and Itegan Hons i.m, A. U Matlock, II. It. Wml. i h nl,
n'as (loodnig T. 1'rvor, .1. (J. Wheeler, W. A. II Miller, Texas; Congiessm.in D. It. Henderson, Iowa; Congressman Dorsey, Nebraska: Congressman Kile, IVr.n.; tongressinnn lturrows,
MArai.s!!s iKor is &!lm PASS II AHltOH CO., to whom Congress has granted the Exclusive Kight ,f Obtsining Dn-p Wnter at Ar.uisns 1'nss This Company being jlin-
liTstx).4hoi( in the City enterprise. Tlie railroad interests are also eo-oporating with the Harbor Compnny-in fact the buihling of the City of Aransas Harbor is the remit of a combination ami bus
less alliance of all the forces and interests essential to the bu'lding of the largest city on tlio coust of the (iulf of Mexico brought about after months of negotiations.
The "Harbor Company" la Now Building a Double Track Terminal Railroad From the New City Across the Bay to Deep Water.
The Engineer Ounrnntees Deep Water in One Year. No sea port in the world baH a larger developed country tributniy to it than Aransas Harbor. The commerce of a country containing 15,000,000 people
W An freight hnul is saved by reaching tide water at Aransas Harbor instead of the Eastern coast, den. (1. M. Dodge, of New York, the (treat railroad builder of the
HiiufhwSTw "ffi Hp'-in up one of tlie la rgest Cities in the shortest time of any ever built in America." Aransas Harbor is the last great city that will be built m this country for
the next 25 years, and the opportunity of a century for real estate investments will be offered at
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE OF LOTS TO BE HELDIEAT ARANSAS HARBOR, TEXAS, JANUARY 7 HID 8.
TERMS : One third cash, balance in one and two yenrs with six per cent, interest. For full particulars address "v
Russell n. Harrison, Prea., no Fiah Avenue, New York, or Gov. T. B. Wheeler, Gen. Agt., Aran Harbor, Texan.
LAKE DWELLERS IN AFRICA.
Tliouauml of llluek. Who Hear Thali
Hut. on lll. Ill ilia Deiiliain Water..
Rturh attention wiw recently callorl
to the region iiriiiiuil Kolnnoii, on the
Gulf of (liiliivu, nt'itr wliii'li plane aev
ernl liundnd of t lie women warrior, oi
tlio king of Diiliomcy wore killed In
Imttle hy the Preni-li troops. One ol
the most Interesting featured of this
region Is tlio large native villages and
towns tlmt have been linllt In the wa
ter. The iiihabltiinta many yearn ago
took thin means of trying to cscupe
from tlio terriblo raids of the klnn of
Dahomey Many hundreds of people
were aenially driven hy the powerful
king into the water. It happens tb it
the DiinDiiiiiuis lire very Nuperstitiom
about traveling In eanoes or erussiii
st reams, anil the fugitives took ail van
tago of this faet to seenre proteetion
On any good map one may nee the
"Denhiini waters" near Kotonou Thir
lit the home of these lake dwellers
The towns have each a population ol
from 21)0 to StiO' souls to as many
thousands Physically the people are
ano and healthy Hpfcuntii!i of Africans,
and as a rule they are free from disoane.
Governor Moloney, of Ijigoa, says the
houses are built uiion 1)1 lea or straight
branches of hard wood three to all
Inches in diameter.
They lire driven into the bottom of
the lako. The upper ends are secured
by erosa pieces, on which la laid a
batulMH) flooring, two-thirds or one
half of which Is covered in by a house.
The uprights of the house are lined
first and secured below the platform
to the supporting piles. The roof
frame la nest made on the platform,
and U covered with grass or bamboo
leave and raised to its position. The
remaining portion of flooring is used
an a veranda. In the construction no
nails are used.
Those natives are fishermen and also
a pastoral people. It is a curious fact
that they keep cattle in pens adjoining
their houses built on piles over the
water like their dwellings. Sometimes
during the dry seuson the shallowness
of the water admits of the cattle being
allowed to wander on terra llntia, but
fodder is brought in canoes to many
less fortuiiato animals, which are com
H-llcd to oko out their existence In
these ieus surrounded by water until
such time as they are tethered and
transported by canoe to the butcher
The present natives are still In dread
of the Ihilioiuians, but even if this fear
no longer existed it Is probable that
the habit which they and their fathers
before them have long followed would
lead theiu to prefer these aquatic resi
dence!. It is not known how many lake dwell
era there are, but It is auppiwed there
are at least 10.000 of them among the
various trities whose huts cover the
Deuhani waters Once in a while
these tribes make war on one another,
sud they conduct their fighting In ca
nons capable of holding two or throe
persona, and their weapons are guns,
barjKiona. sioars and clubs.
In some other parts of Africa, par
ticularly in the Congo basin, the habit
of dwelling in huts sustained on piles
In hikes or rivers Is very largely fol
lowed, and perhaps a million or two of
the people of Africa are still perietua
ting the phase of life of which we have
relics In (lie remains of the lakedwcUers
of the prehuturio era. New Turk Sua.
CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1890.
A IHiuippolnted Oflloar.
Soldiers advancing against Indians
often march tor days without seeing
red man ; but the veterans know that
if the Indians want to And them they
will be heard from when least ei pooled.
A story told In "Warpath and Bivoiiao"
Illustrates how suddenly ludkuu an
nounce thoir presence.
Hen. Crook a command was camped
on Praxv Woman's Kork, and not an
Indian hud disturbed them for several
nights. It was very cold, and all were
Impatient for some sort of excitement
One night souio ofllcersaid, "Let us go
up to Hourke's tout," and they all went
The lieutenant, a member of Crook's
staff, was found studying a military
map by the light of a candle.
"Hollo. Ilourkol" said one of the
visitors "Aren't you afraid the In
dians will ventilate your tent if you
keep that light burning?"
"Oh, no." replied Umirke. "The In
dians that have been firing into us are
u small flying party You may rely on
It that you won't bear anything more
from them this side of Tongue river.
The distance is too groat from thoir
villages and the woathor Is too cold.
Mr Indian doesn't care to be frozen.
Now, I'll show you on this map the
point where they will most likely make
thoir Brut real at"
Whiz! pop! bangl zip! came a vol
ley from the bluffs above the camp. A
bullet struck the candle and put it out
Another made a large sized hole In the
map. The officers scattered, and
Bourke was left alone to meditate on
the Instability of Indian character.
IOti 'ly, hi ruins, but yet picturesque,
the uld Newgate prison of Connecti
cut, named for its Ixmdon prototype
of gloomy memory, stands upon a
green hillside in the town of Kant
Uranby Viewed with a gloss from
Hartlett's tower, a lofty obiwrvation
point away across the Faruiingtoo
river, it resembles an old castle tur
roted, moated, bearing the unmistak
able murks of age. This old mine
prison holds a unique place among the
antiquities of New England.
Today as one stands beside Its
crumbling and vine covered walls and
looks across the peaceful valley of the
Faruiington, with Its quiet villages, it
is not cany to reolizo that the place has
a history written In blood and suffer
ing. Only a descent into its subterra
nean caverns puts the visitor in the
mood to foci the spirit of the stories
which the place has to tell.
Newgate has been successively a cop
per mine, a colonial prison, a military
prison in the Revolution and a state
prison. The first chapter of Its history
opened in 1705, and the lust chapter
closed over sixty years ago, wheu the
prisoners of the state were removed to
better quarters in the now prison at
Wethwrsficld. The amateur mining ot
Its early history, conducted at flrst by
clergymen, had a couiio cast. The
horrors of Its later history were tragic,
and through them we gain some In
sight into the ideas of penal discipline
which ruled In the old "blue law' col
ony, New Rnglsiul Magazine
WTBnglish Spavin Liniment removes
nil hard, suit or calloused lumps ana
blemishes from horses, blood spavins,
curlw. splints, sweeaey. ring-lsinc, stitlts.
snrnins. nil swollen throats, coughs, etc.
Save $50 hy use ot one Imtllr. Warran
ted the most wonderful blemish cut ever
known. Sold bv Knysor St Smith, drug
gists, Ashtville, N. C. novwly
lnHnlrrfrii,llllv PIlWI-'l.l. & WNIDliR.
wholesale an J retail uro.s r. Theae prkvs
are lii-lnp iii'd liy the nicrchunu to-ilay.
Butter lAc 'Irs 3ll(fill2S
Kuu II vlll.'IAwi'ca. li.-l . 0
Chlctc.na -'' ll,iiini'klu..m'li JW .n
Turkey. 7of'i IU"'!8rKiln lot" .tr.
IIIH'KH mil a, I Hires n a. yv, -
Potato's,. w't..4n(i'in;iiunry i i
Pntat'H'a, Irish ....T" Wheat "'
-p..vl,,M . !lei,i -Lllll'.rn 7ii
lllil ns 1 onto Itft M est o
Ciilil'aue. per in l .. nan
Henna, it iui.iiiiw 'i.iiimr
P..n Wild 7BI I lay. toi R i net sun
i hesliiula I no i. il.o . dm unw4li
When Baby was lick, wa rare her Caatorla.
When slie was s Child, sha orled for Caslorla,
When she became Miss, sha clung to Caatorla,
When alia had Children, aha gave uium Casiorl
C'A7;'.l THS umiiv new limine :
liXI.AKHHS nwnv nn orf hwinem :
A'iTri.s' Mini'V a ilull hiisine's ;
HUSL'I liS iM.r u lust OMMiirss ;
&AVHS ninny ii lillinii hiisincm;
PRIiSHRVHS nmnyn Inrutliminew:
SliC I 'RES siic vss in nne husinesf.
Tn Hilverlhe jwlieiomlv, u the ah
vmnsol "TlirCkiMen." liverylioilv remls
it; nml iiiro;ii(on In (Ac returns it
vielih udvrrtiser, itmaiet un tile cheap
est in the country.
A room with board for n Indy mualc
tencher. Adilreas with terms to
lU'Cllliltiithli-ats Cr. Kwanniini'ii Hotel.
LOST, STRA Vnil OR STOLES.
TII iV !)'..
A liirite setter dog nt Western Hotel own
nine hnve him liy paving Inr (hi. "ml."
dco .Til if
Hunch of 4 kevs and '2 button hooks on
ruunil rlnu. Llhcrul rewur'l be n-nvini? at
ili Hillf TIIISi'l-PU I!.
FOR S M.E.
Heven nice driving horses: yoiinif, sound
anil ge'tlle. Imiuirc nt Wiiodliu-v's livery
.tnl.le V. N WAltlP-I.L
i-.tu. nml etilf: three ounrtera Irrvv: anlen
dl lm lker Apply nt C1TIZHN (ll'I'U'li.
Ilouiie of lx furnished rooma lor rent for
aix month.. Within three minute, wii'k of
itiet't ear.. Adores. .
deetnt Bos ."i.Vt, 1 it.v.
Two new M-piom eotttige. on Htnrnes nve.
nne. Apply to T. C. "T A K VKS.
derS iltl ' Cherry St.
Furnished hnuae Central l.o-otlon All
Improveinvnta, f. rma ou npile niion Ae
plv f-a I'ATTuN AVIiNCB
Proposa s for furnishing a .ulhelen- qunn
Illy of Post link. White link i.r Spanish link
Plunk, 3 Inch", thl k. K t,, VJ nu-llr. w ide, t
i-nvir one-bnlf the floor of Hmiih's Hrl.lge.
will lie m-rlved liv the llo-inl jl C un' y L'oin-it'ia-li.ner.
nt their nglur m- et ng. .1 'ny n.
1SIII. J. I! RASKIN.
ANKW tiHHO. enrrfiillv prepared by lend
Inn members ol (he A.hevllle bnr, ion
finest parchment nml heavy lint pnieri, cov
ering all ncvessnrv points, just out mid now
on sale nt the olllce ol the Rsi ol.l'll KKa
'uaLI.HINO Co , NO. Norm loun rxiunrc.
nmny favorable pmw conunentH nnl elitorial notice from
for Infanta and Children.
"Caatorla I. no well adaptl tochndran that I Caatoria cure. Chltc, Cnnattnallifl,
lrneo,,iia.,.,llt.,.F-rloru,.nrproripUal bS mXu
known to uie." II. A. Anrnrm M. D., I reation.
Ill So. Oxford fit., Brooklyn, N. T. I Without injurious medlcatloa.
Tms CsnTiDS Cosuirr, T7 Murray Btrsat H-
Mnny Persons are nmiton
down from overwork or household carta,
llrnwn's Iron Hitters Rebuilds the
system, olds dlecslion, removes exewnol Wlu,
and euros malaria. Uul the genullis.
Worth One Hundred Dollars).
Mv wile used only two bottles of
"Molhcr's Friend" helnrr her third con
fiticmeitt. Says slie would not be with
out it tor hundreds ol dollars. Had not
hall' as much trouble as lK-lorc.
Lincoln Parish. I.e.
Write Mrndficld Kcgulntor Company,
Atlatitn, On., fin particulars. By ull
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NIGHTS ANO MATINEE,
DECEMBER 17 AND 18.
R. II. IWARIH
ii imv ....nin.HKi
Supported hy their own Com"uny, in three
Wednesday. Ilec. IT CI.KOP.4TRA,
liy H. Ni'ler llHguanl. nuthor of "She,"
"King oloiii.'n's Mines." A:e. fee.
Mnnilkfilt Costume, nnd l-'H'ei ta. Pro-
notina'd by nreaa and piiblie the greateat hit
oi the season
Thursday Mntinee. .1 p. m. ahnrp. Pee. 1S
Mr Mnrl.rnn ns Shylork
Miaa Pr sen it ns Portia
Thursday Night HPARTAH'n.
The great prise Trng- dy by Ur Montgomery
lliril, inn'le f minis by Forrest and Me.
Culltiugh, now the sole property of
Mngnltlcent Costumes !
Sperint Scenery by Voeghtl.n.
A Niiiierb produetlon of the mo.t thrilling
Play on the etnge.
JOHN WIIITKI.KV Manager.
Nuts Children in arm. poaltivcly not ad
mitted. THE LIGHT
W7fVFr.t A smuts WITH OIIOM
AXn THUS KEKH DA UK AIIOVT IT f
IT COSTS UOSKV KVKHY DAY
ASP KVKHY IKIVK TO CAKKY A
STOCK OF ooors.
LET TUB nml.lC KNOW WHAT
Vol' HA VB TO Slil.lt.
IXTRKEST TIIK I-HOPI.E-A TTKA CT
THRMtlO NOT ALLOW Til KM TO
FORUBT YOV OK YOVK CKOWIIKD
SI I HI. VIM
Tf'K.V fl.V TUB I.IC.HTX, F.SI'ltCI
ALLY THH HKII.LIAXT. STHAIiY
AXI) FAK KUACII1.XG LIGHT OF AD
VKKTISISO. Ctuclnnmtl Commrrcta Caete.
TO THE GULF!
IFALK'S IIM HOUSE.
35 N. Main street.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
Ituv from an Immense stock or have It
.hipiicd direct to yult trom factory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE.
I huj lor cas-h whatever in bett In the mar
ket. I sell on your own termi. I rePrement
A. B. Chaae, Kverett New
nll.S'iK ft WHITK ORGANS, KIMBALL,
fNlTBt) STATUS ORGANS, "The FinMt
In the Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
dec 3 dim
Encllsta and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4fl French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por manr rear. Aseodate Prlneipal of Mt.
Vemon Institute. Baltimore.)
A..iated by a corp. of compentcut teachers
lei II dlv
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS.
Lost manhood, early decay, etc., etc., can se
cure n home treatise free, by addressing s fel
low sufferer, C. W LKBK,
P. O. Doi 3 IS, Roanoke, Va.
the lending metropolitan journalH of the
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R, CO.
Weatera North Carolina Dtvlaion.
PAS8BNOBR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
I I W I'll,... u A...
TSth Meridian time uanl when not atherwia.
luotn mer. I
o iopm I
" WilmlnKton I
Ki Vork. J
Lv New York.
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No. 58 I
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lOltlamlAr. llenilrrannville, " '
Itfa-A pmt " Klmrtanburg, Lv.
sao p m
No. tA I I Oaily cicept Sunday.)
7 n a m i l.v. Ashevilte,
(1.1(1 amIAr. Wavnravllie,
M4Upm'" Btysnn City.
4ns p m
3 30 a m
nfiopml" Andrews. Lv.l
No.. All and 31. Pullman RWwm h-:
Grrenaboro nml Moiristown.
No.. 62 ami 33 Pullman Ballet Bleepini
Cars between Hut Spring, and Washington.
JAR. L. TAYLOR, G. P. A.,
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAOO. MILWAl'KEB ABT. PAUL
ANU NdKTH BKN PACIFIC R.R S,
Through Pullmnn RWoIdst Car UsM rhi.
caifo diiily at R.'Mt p. m.
ror hi fuui ami Minnrapolii,
" Fnru. Nurth Uakuta.
' Ilt'lcnn Hiid Butte, Monttina,
The YclltuMitonc Park.
' Spoknnc FalU and Tacot la.
I'urtlaml, I rcKoa
Bent koutf tu Seattle and all artk Paua
The Ncvnic line to California, ia Portland
and the Shunt m Route.
Ticki'tM on mile everywhere.
Por Inform a Urn aonlv to an Asm
addrens A. V. H. CawPHNTM. feneraJ Pas.
tenner A Kent, Chicajfo. III., or t. C. Baaur.
Southern Paaaeiitfer Axent, LouiMille, Ky.
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
On and after thli date the followta arKtvi.
ulca will tie run over lu "Columbia Dirlaioa.M
no. oa Lernvea toiumma" HH o.ao p. n.
Arrive at CharleatOD..HH 9.30 p.m.
No. 02 Lenvca Charleston M 7.10 a, m.
Arrive at Columbia 11.58 a. tn.
ConnectittK with train to and Itoa all
point on the Charlotte, Columbia ft An
Kuata and Columbia at Green rilk kailroad.
T. M BMRRRON, Oen. Paw. Afft.
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FAMILY6R0CERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Agent for Reem. Creek Woolen UUIa.
North Main AahcvtHe, M. C.
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
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RAYSOR A SMITH, ASHEVILLE. N. 0.
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