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ASHEVILLE DAILYSCITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1890.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Wood U thicker tlinn watur, .
ad muiit be kept, pure to
Insure good health.
Swift's Hpicoiric Is nsturosrv merry
for this purpose).
M ever to falls llmnste the Impot
tte and butld up the general health.
These to only one Nwift'e SpeolOo,
ad then it nothing like II
Bo rare and Ret the genuine,
Treatise on lllood and Skin 1
The rlwift Sprrlfln Co., A Hunts, 0
DR. J. H. WILLIAMS,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
Hoara 10 A. N. to a P. M .
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
unite Boom. and 6. McAfee Building.
Hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and to 6 p. m.
Tclcne No. 47.
m litis dam
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS S AND , M'AFEB BUILDINQ.
u esnuB street I
nt.IKl.lk, " v.-
34-Vcara Kipenemx 34
Mil TON H AKDINu
CONTRACTOR AND Bt'lUUBR.
Promptneaa guaranteed. Office No. S. cc
ond (loor. Hendnr block, directly over post
olnce. Residence No B3 Bailey street.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
itttice over J. H.
Law's More, south Mala
"With gaa ;
Fllllna with .ller or amalara....BOc. to70.
rimna w.,u d gi.oeaod upward.
Het o teeth JJ--
Beat art of teeth -m-
No better made, ao matter what jros uay.
. H. Crawford,
Rooms S and , McAfee llullillng,
fatten Avenue, . ,h" N- a
r.lCTICS LIHITBP TO TIIK
Kyei Kari Throat and None.
UavinaoN. Twos. A. Jcwss
Ja. O. MTl, Aareeiiw.
pAVIUHON. MARTIN JONB.
Attomevs snd Counarllors at 1-nw
Carolina, and In the Federal Courta of the
Western illstrlcl of N..rth Candiua.
Refer to Bank ol asncTiiie.
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, spedncntlona and estimaies iur-
lK7a.to - .t,u
Mrierenees when desired.
Oftlee: No. 12 Hendry Block,
Square. AsaevUle, N. C.
RAMSAY. D. D.S.
liver the National Bank of Ashevllle, Hal
.JrTBuIinln,. Residence. 9 Charlotte st.
R. H. REBVKS. D. D. S.
t. Connelly Bauaing, uev Redwood's tor.
Residence, 86 Spruce street.
I. W PBTHARD.CU,
M. Bag. noc. C. B.
W. R. KINO.C. B.
Bng'r Corps, U.B.N,
CIVIL AND MINIM ENGINEERS,
an at . General Contractor-.
Binerts In eltv work, topographical!
mala aurveys of clttes and towns; desls
Baa.I"S3K nail esllmatesfunil
for rill ways, waureuppty and as were r i
"SJeelaltlMi The loeatlot andconsirnetlon
oi riiwy" vw-'
Aaherllle, K. C
P. O. Bos 498,
Olflc: Third Boor la Orand Opera Hou.
aov B9 qors
iMBflCLt REBUIMTOH CO. ATtAJtTA fit
INIURI YOUR WOfERTt WITH
' E. J. ASTON,
ueneratl I laaarance i Acent.
Hear No. 20 South Main street.
, A.bevllte, N. C.
auB aiv .
BOUOHT, Mil AND IXCHANOED.
sveal Batata. Hottaea to Rent. I
vuaibet AasrrksM TVm.1 BeokerV aaaoVa,
Opening a Combination Lark.
Miiii'i lmliii, 8. D., Imi. ,j;. t li.ii.lieil u
new court limine nt n ciwt of vli'i.Uim.
I Ovi'r$!o,ioiv( rtlinf vm'liMwiTci.rili'ivil
I In, Mid recently the ccuiuiiiy inn' i:,;
i the ronti'iirt v.'iih nntilleil tlmt tlm will's
ooulil no! 1k iiici'iitetl. Tliu ii.itli-ratiiiitl-ing
was tlmt no one cmild upon tlx
vault tmlfHH he hud tlie comliiiii.tiim
or was mi expiTt nt wife blowing.
Lust week EM ward IL SuiinuVrs, a
liliiinU'i', not over 17 year old, entered
the iimnty fleet's offlpo while the clerk
won eiidi nvorintt to otien one of the new
vaults. The com hi nut ion bud !eeu lost,
mul fiunily the clerk gave up the job.
Voting !'.iimiler. who was stunrttiiK by,
siUtl be c ir.lil open it. County Commis
sioner MoKeo uttered to give Kaundeni
flU if he ivtiltl ojien the tutfo. The
proposition wiia accepted. The joiing
lad placiil bin eur to the door, Nstenwl
to the full of the tumblers, and iu a few
nioniPiitatheduornwiing open. Saunders
wua turned out of the room and the com
bination wim changed. Another trial
wan given the young genius aud again
the door Sew ojien. The ohniruiaii of
the county cowuiisaionnrs has informed
the wife eoiupuny that their safes wonld
not be accepted, and awaited their fur
Sauuders bas since opened a vault
of the Hull make in one of the lending
banks of the city as easily as if he knew
the combination. In one of the letters
that paNied between the coinrnisloners
and the wife company the latter agree to
forfeit 1fl.iNK if the lad can open any
vault without first knowing the conibi'
nation. PI umbers' Trade Journal.
Cnpt. Walts' Girt to Thocaastea.
One of the most pathetio scenes wit
nessed in this statu for a long time
marked the exercises attending the prea-
a - ...!, th. Knilrlir.,. th.
town of Thomastou, Me., by dipt
1 . , T-1 . .. ' 1 1
oauiuei navis, a ne oiu wipwni iiu a
fttlimiront with the town a number of
years ago. and be cleared out, with aU
,, nmnarfv nnir, tn IWlnn
uw ."-". i " "i j i n n
In later years bis heart changed and he
made the town the munificent gift. Said
be, when he iiinde bis little speech:
'I am human. I have my likes and
dislikes, which is applicable to most of
mankind. I have lived to the age
of more than threeecore-and-ten eight
years more. Mr. Chairman and citiwns
of Tbomaston. 1 say to one and all, I
stand before you willing to forgive and
ask to be forgiven. Mr. Chairman,
wish to say before taking my seat that
my desire is, at the end of my earttuy
career. 1 shall lie laid in yonder ceme
tery side by side where my wife and
most of my children lie moldering in
the dust" The brave old mariner said
a few words more, and then had to give
uu. overcome by his emotions. The peo
ple of Tbomaston are full of warm and
affectionate words for him. Boston
A Singular Partition.
A case which is believed by lawyers
to naVB no twtrHllol in legal History lias i
jugt lmuKl,t out in the Norfolk
to have no mrnl!cl in legal history has
coiintv court at Dedham. The late R.
W. KlinnlelKh. of Brooklyn, N. Y died
leaving an estate of 7o0.000 for thirty
heirs, with no provision as to its dis-
prwnl that would stand the test of the
oourts. There was round, nowever, in
old wallet a paticr in his well known
handwriting, but without his signature,
whichdisHed of about hidf of the prop
erty to individuals, mostly nearest rela
tives. Home of these would not got
nennv if the estate was settled by proc
ess of law. A family meeting was forth
with held, and it was areed by all to
abide by the apparent wishes of the l:it
Mr. Shanleigh. Tbey also aeciueo to sei
apart a sum to maintain a cemetery at
West Lebanon. Me.. In wiucn Mr. onap-
.-ways had a deep personal inter-
leigh always had a deep personal inter
est. The lawyers say there was never
nt flui lawyers say there was never
roclc.,fO.?M . .e.r no oe,
fore. Springfield Republican.
Trusting a Blmagar.
A uneer story Is told about a Maine
character who recently won an unenvi
able notoriety. While a well known
Ihiptist clergyman, Kev. V. v. tianson,
was coming from Lewis ton by train
alsmt a year ago, an elderly mau in the
sums car inquired whether there was
any one present going to bkownegnn.
Mr. Hanson told h m lie resliieil mere,
whereat this man counteil out 300, and
gsvs tlio name to air. jianson w urw.
in tho First national nana.
Tim clrvuiustance luwsed from nis
mind until one day looking over lus pa
Mr. riaiuion discovered by the re-
r-int irlven him bv Cashier Page that
the man who intrusted htm with the
V)0 was none other than Mlcah w. Nor
ton, of New Portland. Either Norton is
a pretty good reailer of physiognomy or
thinks he la. Bomersei neponw.
A Costly Cow.
To nnive the ownershiri of a 111 cow
the io.ls'vi re 7U in Squire Schwabs
court Monduv afternoon, lt took irotn
t o'clock to 7 i.'clock to examine tho sov
ntv.nvn w tiienaea. It seems mat rrana
Oroneman, a West End dairyinsn, lost
a cow, aud found her in the stables of
Fred Koester, his neighbor. A replevin
of the animal followed, and the jury
irnva Omueuiau nis cow, wun i uain-
gges. Tlio cow, covered with ribbons,
was hauled In glory to the suuirer office.
A Tlni.lv Dlsaovory.
A HttlV nihttinir material, bavlng all
ik. nnuim-tle of guttanercha, but with
a blither dielectric resistance, la claimed
k n Punwu isvior. oi wsmun, a
tobecalleil purcellite," and Is said to
k. ..nuiimrlv toruth and elastic, capa-
1,1. ,,f beinir irivell all V Color, Blinoi insns
rr.A.1. mlthmr flHllble OT rigid, and IO be
only one-fortieth aa expensive as gutta
percha. Arkansaw Traveler.
A Hla Buaflowar.
The biggest sunflower on record has
been ni this year by Mrs. Peuchower,
of Cloverdale, Colo. The staia is e
inches tu diameter at tne ground, "
....! ia rnnt hiu-h. and the flower mesa-
ares 9 feet in clrcnmferenoe. Omaha
Nstdlng atonte, or ehlldnm who wantbnOd-
Ing up, shoultl tske ;
II la plessnnl to taka, cures Mulsria, lnd
. . . I - . ...I 1 !,,. IVtntnlALUtA.
JSIllOn, UIIMIUSU . r
-mrilTlwH Mr -a---T,.K ,. una.
The anaual meeting 5' """'"'
the Ashevllle Ligni """-"'.'
be held at the omee oi tne vwm,..,j ...
iu? if Xihrvtlle. North Crollna, on the 11
day of January, lsoi. at 12 1 o'clock! a. m. for
Oan. Booth's Suoceaeor. I
I have always thou .lit that the weak
spot in the Ivntiou Ann;- is that (Jen.
booth place hit cm.tlren in high port
Hons, ami e tdently contemiilates the
generalship briny; hprmlilnry in his fum-
lly. Now , tlio oil is ug.tiuHt the son of a
remarlrnhle Iran lxiu; the xrnuii best
litted to buxwhkI lilm in arbitrary sway
overaviuit org.iiMz.ition are gn-nt. We
do not dreaui of judgns' noun succeeding
judges, or prime ministers' sous succeed
ing prime iiiiiiiKters, ulihoiigh possibly
the fathers may think that the sons are
more fittiil thun any others to carry on
In a letter the general explains that
the general of the Salvation Army for
the time being is to have the fullest (low
ers of administrative and executive con
trol over the property (i, e,, the funds
siihscrilKvl), and tliat in the deed regn-
lating this provision will be made for
the appointment of his successor tit his
death. But he docs not explain how this
successor ia to be appointed. If the
funds are placed in the hands of Uen.
Booth a committee should be appointed
to whom he would himself Imi responsi
ble, and which committee would have
some voice in the nisintment of his
successor, and have some sort of control
over him. London Truth.
Kleetrle Lights on a Kallroad Traek.
The lino of the Pennsylvania railroad,
from Frankford creek ou the south to I
Poquessiug creek on the north, at Torres-
dale, a distance of nearly seven miles,
Is soon to be lighted by electric lights
ranged along at intervals, so that for
tliat distance the tracks will be as light I
i Chestnnt street.
The c a tract fur this latest great feat
in modern railroad management for the
security of the lives of passengers and
employes, and the avoidance of loss by
the smashing up of freight trains, has
The stretch of railroad to be lighted is
throuirh a populous district, and has 1
long lieen noted for the frequency of ac
cidents on it. There is httlu doubt that
the electric lighting will greatly reduce
or almost' entirely do away with this
It is understood that in time the elec
tric lightiug system will be exteuded
along the railroad, and may in time ex
tend all the way between fluladelplila
and New York. In this way the track
would be made almost as bright as day.
A rievar gaincgtlng Scheme.
A string of sausages floated idly around
in an (xioy between two racino coast
steamship dm'ks two hours the other
day. They tsipped up from somewhere.
nobody knew where. The City of Pueb
lo had been thoroughly searched aim
nothing contralmnd discovered. Cus
toms lnsiiector t'ritcher, standing guard
on her deck, suspected nothing, but fret
ted by the persistency of tho sausages
in floating in the slip lusteaU or follow
ing the tide, called to two boatmen to
take theiu out of tuc water. 1 lie Boat
men did so, and it was found that every
sausiuce" bad a tine silk fish line tied to
it, at the end of which dangled a box of
" ' - " "-
opium wrappoil in oiled silk. Tliere were
8.300 boxes in ail. worth nearly f 1,000.
The 'tonnages were scraps of cork
wraoned in tarpaulin and linked with
cord, each link being loaded with suffi
cient salt to sink lt about a loot under
water. San Francisco Letter.
Both Kloncrs Wore Gowns.
A novel elopement which occurred
Saturday was that of Mr. J. T. Uigdou.
a vonna printer, ana Miss nosaunii
Bush, the 14-year-old daughter of Sam
uel T. Bush, a well known carpenter of
Owensboro. Kv. As the girl could be
gotten away from home only during the
daytime, the groom oonoeired the iib-a
of dressing in female attire and getting
ont of town without creating any suspi
cion. Accordingly he so dressed him
cion. Accordingly ne so aresse.t unn-
self, and, calling at the house of a friend
I sow, 'i'""
'""'"VT"'JurtT . mar.
tied. Too late tho father ascertained
that he had been outwitted, aud swore
he would kill, etc He Is tamer now.
however, and tho young people are hap
py. Cor. Louisville Uourter -Journal.
Oame a laaall Kipans.
The crew and passengers of the Pitts
burg were treated to a game tinnier on
the way down the nvor a tew uas bko.
Willie between Keokuk and (Jniuey the
j nn.l ih il.l n..ks. nnr
nc mm ii,.... -- ,
I,,. ti, ni.rht a hailstorm set in and (lis -
tuxbed the birds, aud they nocked
amnnd the I Hint, many betna dashed to
death against the cabins and masts and
falling upon tne aeegs. a. suincinm
nnmber was picked np bytliecrewto
feed everybody on the boat. Louisiana
Tha lllfite.t Taia. Waaat Pl.hl.
A company of capitalists has pur
chased 10.0U0 acres of land on the rail
road at Vista, aud will convert the entire
bodv into one immense wheat field.
Mnch of tha lana can ne uroxen tnu
winter. Twelve aanc plows have Been
ordered, and the breaking of the laud
will commence as soon as these arrive.
A wheat field 10,000 acres iu extent Is so
far nnkuown in Texas. Uor. Ban Anto
About the beginning of the century
tha Loudon clearing bouse was estab
lished, while that of New York, which
is the oldest in the United States, came
into existence in 1853. Last year's
clearances of toe New York institution
amounted to about TO,uto,ow,ooo ami
those of London's fM,WIO,OW),000.
The will of Charles Peck, which has
aan nrobated in New Haven, Conn.,
nrmaistsir! of tiamm of Daper so pasted as
make a sheet twenty feet long. It ia
thought that Mr. Peck's idea was to pro-
rant substitutions or interlineations.
. . , ...in T,mi. nn niinlleallnn
A new blacking orusn is so oira issi
the blacking may be located in its back
and aoniDletelv bidden from view when
not In nan, means also neing proviaea ror
conveniently drawing the blacking out
from the liaok of the orusn.
.a.. mw.t 11 war. steawartBw
aata tbllBa orgasia, ragwlatea tM
B-awala, aae) awe asMMiaalast aa aa
Smlw ra.egntaael. as t hay paaa.sa smm
l.r prap.etlM la) Ii-slg h.ayaUna
- ; ; f ia
for Infants and
"Castoria Is so wall adapted to children that
I mcomuietul It aa superior to any preecription
known to me." It. A. Aacaia, H. D.,
Ill 80. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T,
When Baby was sick, v gave her Castoria.
When she oat a Child, ah oried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, sha clung to Castoria
When she had Children, she gave them Castor!
Chromic Cough Now!
!t For If you do not H mar becomo oon
mini pi 1 "A, For Coumtu ut Ion, Scrofula,
Hntrrnt fMtintff and Waging iJtotMra,
there Is nutliliiK like
Or Pure Cod Liver Oil and
Of Xjtane Mnd SSocSaw
It Is slrmist as nnlRtable as mtlk. Far
better lliiill fitlitir Mi-called Eluulalous.
A wnndorlul Qusli piuducor.
t There are poor Imitations. Get tae pwMMine.
A frond v-fin(l hntid cook stove tconll
must lie cheap. Address P. B. K., this olhce.
Buy where It may be seen and price.
A girl, white or colored, to do light house
work, nt !IH Houlll M in sirccc, over inc
shoe store. .
Fifty pounds leaf snse. fur which I will pay
IA cents per pound; 25 pound" red pepper,
25 cents K.-r pound t'.. W. I'AGb,
aec.llHllw on cimn ,,, dii.h.
Nlrrlv furnished moms, en suite or single.
with first class board. Terms rensona'ile.
dcc.'IOil3t 7 IfAU.bV B i kiuh.
At 16H Chestnut street. Sunny location,
hath room, closets, Btc. Terms reasonable.
A position aa book-keeper or other omee
rork bv a man experienced In both single
aud doub'e entry. Beat references can be
" MONTGOMBRY CAMPBHI.L.
dec241 w 24 Cherry St., Ashevllle, N. C.
To borrow from $4,ooo to $H,ooo on Im-
P d7c23 dS Car. Cl.lVcn.
ItoardrJa will And a comfortable home at
211 Patton Avenue.
.MjjSTM 11W OA STOLEN.
On Monday night between the postomce
and the Y M. C. A. rooms a bunch ol keys
witli the owners name, -r. luncnnuKniou
on the ng. The Under will lie re.
warded on returning them to 113 Charlotte
Btreetnr to tneomceoi taw paper.
gTR AY doo.
a lsr retter dog at Western Hotel. Own.
5'.hiutrh'm b "tat for this
Bunch of 4 keys and 3 button bonus on
round ring. Liberal reward by leaving at.
Cow and cnlf ; three quarters Jersey ; snlen.
II I l.un ui r iv .
House, In best portion of city, of 9 rooms,
. i.h .tnhle: new furniture, linen etc; heated
by furnace and oien nreplacee. Plumbing In
nousc su new. i in. f'-i";'v , v.,
.h.. rt term in every pn rtleulnr It Is a most
desirahle res.denc JOHN CHI Ll, AgU
A nrw and comfortable dwelling house,
containing eight rooms, with servants' house
attached, situated on Bailey atrett, In the
dry of Ashevllle Apply to OBO. A. BHtl-
PORD, at office 8. w. corner puoiic square.
-i. A.n,Uhpri moms ror rent lor
.1. .mh. within three minutes waia oi
street cars. Adilress O .
dCClOtt nw. v,.,
ia PATTbfc avunub.
Th. annual meeting of stockholders of the
m..i,. n.iiital will he held at the Ho--
itini n Bntunlav. Ian 8, at 4 p. m. for the
election of a Board or Managers,
Rtn-tinn nf officers Tuesday night, Decern
ber 80, at 7:80 o'clock. dcc89dat.
CREATES nmttf a new busnets ; - .
UNLAW Ilia many an ora dimiocm ,
RE VI VES many a dull buslntu ;
RESCUES many n test butlneu;
HA VES manr a fJiWar business ,'
PRESERVES many a largtburincm;
SliCURES success fit any Business.
To advertite judfciowitr, u the eol
umiUof'TaeChlwen." . Erery body Trad n
It; ami tnpropottmn to tne return rt
ykUi advertinen, Hi i ate$ an the cheap-
est in tbc eountrr. ' '
OaataHa earai Oolts, OMWttnatlnn,
(Jour stomach, DLurhoja. Kmi-ulion,
Kills Worms, gin oi Prumo"!
WitEout usurious madloatloo.
Cdtui Oobfabv, TT Murray BUM, . T.
. t.A .ll K pnWHt.L Ac BNinilR.
wholesale and retail grocere. These prices
an being paid by the merchants to-aay
........ IMA uMAnntM S06S13S
liaiis.. ..aowaa Apples, dried 5
ChUken. ail Pumpktas.eacB.ggS5
Turkevs 70(if lOO Sorgum ..80tji35
Ducks lWi20 lleeswax, per TO,
Potatoes, insn 7om u' mm,
Onl mi 10OW1UO
rirn ......... 7A
Cabbage, per lb lVb
p. . 88(al7rl
u. ton IIMI20
Chestnuts 1 S0
Celery, dos MU0
Worked Like Charm.
nrnHnVlrt'a Prmiile Rearulator worked
like g charm ; improvement been wonder
mi ; cannot express my gratitude. Wish
every lady ntHicted would try it. 1 know
it would cure them.
Mas. Lt'i. A. Lono,
Soring Urovc, f la.
Wri RraHArM Reculntor Comoany
Atlanta, Ga., foi particulars. By an
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The latest local news.
The best general news.
The freshest state news,
ttrnernl and soecial comments.
The lareest subscription list of any sec-
ulnr paper in the state.
i ne lies I aovcriuiuiu necuiuiu
A full staff of able editors ana corres
I ne neaicsi, ncwsiesi hiiu mua,.
prising paper in North Carolina.
Itaeftorta nre alwnvs devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re-e
sources oi tnc siaic, piiruiuiuny
Subscription, $0 per annum; $3 six
months: 50 cents per month.
NOTK'U OP MBBTINU
nil .b vr UTOCKHOLDBR8.
The regular annual mretlng of the stock-
holilcrs ol tnc Asnreuie oire, """" J
panv will lie held at the uttices of the enrnpa
by in the city of Ashevllle. North Carolina,
on the 14th day of January, lsut. ,'.'
o'clock a. m. for the election of a board of di
rectors and transaction of such other busl
ncs. n. may be brought Isrfore It. j()nr8
dcc20 d lot See. and Tress
Model Ctear Storf
PATTON AVRNVKi lm
Hns received a flne assortment of real Meer-
schium nnd I'rcneh Hrier Pities. Also t-lsar
anil Cigarette Holders. Cigar and cigarette
Cams: s new lot of Imported nnd doinestlc
Cigars; a Hne lot of Walking Canes.
A few verv desirable wooded building sites
near the proposed streetcar line. In lots of
one acre amd upwards, near earner, notei
at Sulphur Springs. Apply to
drc20d2w West Ashevllle.
E. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.0ER.
Also aradlna of all kinds done. All orders
promptly filled and work guaranteed. Can
be found at all times at Oraham'a Cotton
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mme. Puae Smith, late from New York, at
87 South Main at.. Is now fully prepared to
do the most stylish dressmaking at the short-
st notice. Perfect fit guaranteed. Also
Patentee of Pancv Combination Bluff
sold and made to order. Patent hat and bon
net supporter. 67 South Main street, over
A full line of
Perfect fitting patterns cut to order.
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE.
35 J. Main Street,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
INITRUs1ENTI.VIaH08, ORGAN!, QUITMI,
VIOLINS, BaNlOt, ETC.
d... A...m aM immense stock or hare
hipped direct to you from factory.
I AM AGENT f OR HO ONE.
I buy for cash whatever is best In the mar
ket. I sell on your owa terms. "H"
, CbaMC, Everett
WILSON WHITBOROANB, KIM BALL,
iinitbd STATUS OR0AN8, "The Flneat
in th. Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
dec 2 dim
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Lost manhood, early decay, etc., tte., eaa aa.
can a home treatise Iras, by addressing a hi
low snAkim, . . v . C.V.LBBK,
P. O. Bob 316, Rotaok, Va.
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
A Book, .
Then send your order to
No. 6 N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
Froir a Newspaiier to a Vis-
iting Card can be execu
ted in a work'uanlike
style at this Frint
PRICES A3 LOW
As First-Class work can
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it of their patrons in Asheville
and Western North Carolina
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business. They are
In North Carolina.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.C0.
WesUra North Carolina Division,
PABeSBNOBR TRAIN BCHBUULB
flu K-wifri'F Nnv. AOl
70th Meririlun time used when not otherwise
I Lt. Knosville,
6 6 Ham
3 l Bpml BQOam
Dally. 7 lopm
Dally. ;Lv New York,
1 46am I
11 10am I
I Ar. AshcTllle,
"NoTsBT A. & 8. R. R. No. 64
Dally. I Omiy.
9 22am Lt AehcTlue, Arr. TOOsm
1019 am Ar. Hendersonville, " 607 pm
1248 pm " Spartanburg, Lv. 840 p m
No. 18 I (Dally'eacept Sunday.)
406 p m
205 p m
948 a m
660 a m
7 36 amlLv.
9 35 amlAr.
342 pml "
Nus. 60 and 61. Pullman Hire pert between
I Greensboro and Mnrristown.
Nos. 62 and 63 Pullman Buffet Bleeping
Cnrs between Hot Springs and Washington.
W. A. WlWIIllKW, II. r
AahcTiUc, N. C.
A8. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A..
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA8TB8T ROUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Ashevllle to Kansas City In 87 hoara.
Asheeille to Denver In 61 hours.
Ashevllle to Ban Francisco. California, and
Portland, Oregon, In 6 daTS.
Hollfl vestniuiea t rains bi. iaiu m mm
las City. Reclining chair car free.
For full Information call on or write to
B. A. Ncwland,
District Paaaenger Agent,
No. 10 Patton Ave., AshcTUic. N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A.. Chicaga. 111.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAUKBB ft BT. PAUL
AND NORTHERN PACIFIC R. 18,
Through Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Chi
eavo daily at S.SO p. m.
For St. Paul and Minneapolia.
" Pargo, North Dakota.
" Helena and Butte, Montiwa.
" The Yellowstone Park.
" 8pokanc Palls and Tacot ta.
" Portland, Oregon.
Best Route to Seattle and all forth Pacific
The Scenic line to California, "la Portland
and the Shasta Route.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For informatics apply to any Agent, or
address A. V. H. Caufsxtbb, Ceneral Pas
senger Agent, Chicago, 111., or D. C He. or,
Southern Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky.
ATLANTIC COA8T L1NB
, t anil aft ihla date the followlna aehed-
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division."
No. 68 Leaves Columbia- s.to p. en.
Arrives at Charleston...... 9.30 p.m.
No. 63 Leaves Charleston . 7.10 a. m.
Arrives atcolumoia n.no a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
nnlnta nn the Charlotte. Columbia At. AuS
gusta and Columbia a Oreenvllle Railroads.
T. M. BMBRSON, Gen. Pass. Agt,
1 P. TIBVINR. Oea. Snpi.
Palaci Stiamibs. Low Ratis.
Pour Trips per Wash Batween
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Ttiwhti nriiil Ufa. Mart, ul Lk
Httio Way Porf.
tI7 Waak Day Btwwi
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
raW Saaaw Trial tuMfin J.I,, AajaS 4 ans.
Deabls Dally Use Bsiw.aa
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
Otlft ILLUBTBATCO PAKPMLtTB
Rata, and Bxouraton Tlskat. UI ba rurulahM!
by your Tlok.t Aa.nl, or actdraa!
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Detroit and Cleveland Staam Nnv. Oo.
OFFICE OF THE
I BIBLE HOUSE, A8T0R PLACE, NEW YORK.
RltSOLt'TION OP TUB BOARD OF DIREC
TORS OP TUB
Passed Oct. at, 1S0O.
Whereas. It Is our desire to Increase the rlr
culation ol our Weekly News Ms alloc
among the classes to whom w. cater, and
Whereas. Many of our patrons have re
,iu.i ua to arranae our subscription list
Iso that the commls.ion usually allowed Sub
scription Agents may directly beaeht local
Resolved, That we oouaur tne nm m
Sl.ooo in ca-h to the Church of any denomi
nation In each and every Slat, acting aa our
laruest number of suliacrihrrs. This dona,
Hubscrlutlon AM-ent. mat may nenu us tae
tbc succeasful competitor for
I the purpoi
of paying off debts on their
purchasing new altar rurntlure.
for Sunday Bel
krbool and other Parish par-
lroY.nd, lt, AH ntMcrlptloni to the tL
t.iiBTHATRD Au muc an bt for out yr, paid
I lor in advance, and handed In twtweca Nov.
I . ....... 1 a 1UUI Ussri. Tha
i tea compcimii cnurcncain csiaif, im mvmwj
paid la iur tuuacnptiona ot miumw vi mat
tatc will b rvtnrncd to tbt partict w pay
IWW Will W mnmni w iai
I., it Inrl It la further
"C,;;,; That , special derk be detailed
to keep tne recorus OI BUIwcTipwona mm mr
arrive, and that the standing of each church
and parish be published ia our columns every
week. 2nd. That all monieea ao received ba
deposited In tne Chemical National bank.
New York city. Srd. Payment of th. ft,.
ooo to be mad. to any designated party aa
soon alter Jan. 81, as the cuuntcaa be mad.,
which will uot be later than Feb. 10. 4th.
All places ol io.oihi innaiinanta or oeer. ou
the basis of th. census of 1SSO, an .acluded
I from the competition.
I Sample copies will ne am crew iv an par
Ilea on application, and all iuestlons pertain-
IBB to tnc SHOT! oner cncwriuiiy aaawemit
By onlrr of the Hoard.
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MAVSIvSM, asm vr. arrvrnw.
I Ob. Thousand Pounds Xmas Candy.
76 Buses Ttlckatharos, perftctly cleaa,
I Curranta, the finest quality tn the world.
L-Byr MBIbIUB, SWlSSS Hauaiaa,
Citron, Flavoring Bstracts, of all hhtda
900 ponnds mlsed auta
Thebert lot of Mr.
Crackers .var brought to AaWvflto. Call st
aS Mortli Mala atraad
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