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Mra. Geo. P. Btnoota. a BlfblT eal
find sstlmanla lady nf PraseoU, Ark.
milarilauinf Anrfl H.'M): "llurlni tl
calllrilea
niss
During tha lun-
nier of ISM mr area beeame Inflamst). ana
mr stomach and liver h" Miaul? disordered.
Nothing I ate asTead with ma. I took thron.
ie diarrhcra, and for aoma tlma mv life was
IC UlimiVH Rn'l IW awine ,,, mij iiifi una
despaired of by myfrtmilr. The Icadlne ihy
sfclans of the ennntrr vera consulted, but
the medicines administered by them never
did me any permanent stood, and I lingered
between life and ilealh. the latter being pre
ferable to the agonies I was enduring, la
Mr, IBM, I berame 'llngusted with johysl.
clans and their ntelic'nee. 1 drnpiieri them
all and depended solely on Swift's Spcrifle
(A. 8. S.l. a few bottles of which made ma
permently well well from then until bow."
It Builds up Old People.
My mother who la a very old ladr, was
physically broken down. The una nf Swift's
Sparine (8. B. 8.) baa entirely restored ber to
"""'"si. B. PILWORTH, OrcanTllle. 8. C.
Trastisetn Wood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. S Wl r T SfKUFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
oi-t UflilMc w 1 y
PKOFESSIOXAL CARDS.
DENTIST.
Aa Se Graham, D. 1). S.
ntrici overj. II. l.nw 'a Store, Smith MhIii
street.
Nitrous osiilc or hiuuliiiiR isusiiijmliilsternl
fr the inlnli'Hs cxlrm'tlim of trrth.
Uold and porcelain crowns utlnchcJ tn
he natural roots uf trctli, thus avoiding- the
use of plntta.
All operations prrtiilninx to dentistry "kill
fully performed. Trices mitionulileiind satis
action guaranteed. feba
' HblZb. fTaRKINGTON. '
t Hticr rooms nn I'nttnn avenue, over the
.rlnthlnir Mure of C. It. Itliinton tit Co.
Residence corner of Woiitliin and Locust
.ilrrcla.
w.
i', wiiittini;ton, m. .
'Tenders his iiro'eralminl services to the i-ltl-
iu-nn of Aslievltle find surrounding countr.
litTice: i'h I'ATTll.N AVliKt'lt. Second Floor
XiMidniiv: Ihh Woodfm street.
nosSO il;lm
TllKO. P. IIAVIIIMIN. Tuoa. A. Jonas,
Kalrluh. J. ! M aktik. Ashevillv.
Anheville.
J WlllSUN. XI A HI IN ..- JO.VCit.
Aitomcya ami Counsellors ut l.s,
Ashrvlllc. N. C.
Will icciii the 1 1th nml 1'Jlh IuiIMhI
liii.lrU'ts. Hi'd 111 the Kuinvme Court of North
Carolina, and in the l-rdernl Courts of the
Western )lstri,-t ot'Korth Cnrtilina.
Kefer to Hank of Ashcvlllc. dtsel
r. it. conn. . u. uRgaiuoK.
OHll & MliKKIMoN.
Atlomeya nnd Coinmllxm at I.hw.
I'mctliT In nil the courts,
.office: Nos. 7 nml s. Johnston hutldinu;.
.Itsc4.
'. W. IONRS.
fONHS a: SIII'PUHIJ.
oao. a. siit'ronii.
Attorneys at l.nw.
Ashcrillr. N. C.
frtirtv-ft In the ttiit-erior Cfiurts ol UeHtem
etorth Cnr.nn, the Huiretne Court of the
-Stnte. nml tti l-riternl Courts Ht Aheillc.
offii-e in Johnston building, wherrone inrm
flier of the firm ean alwaye he found,
iltnovlt
A. THNNliNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, apecifU-atlone and estiuiates fur
eitshed. All work in mv line contracted for.
rand no charge, lor druwlnga on contracts
iwnnlffl me.
Mrtrrencea when dralrcd.
)riice: No. 12 llcmlry lllock, Nnrlh Court
ftqunre. Asherllle. N. 1: IrlillhHv
JJ II. IKU C.I.ASS. I). II. It.
DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Otcr Orant A: Wingert a lirug Store.
Ilesiilrnce, No. lm Itnilcy Si. frlillldly
at. II. MliEVKS. P. M.S. , II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Dm. Kccvci K Smith.
Dl'.NTAI.
OIYICK
tn Conually llulldlng, over Mcdwood'e Btore.
I'atton Avenue.
Teeth exlrai-leil without uiln, with thenew
nmtnthettc, nndall cnara of Irregularity cor.
reeled. icoiadlr
. HAMSAV, l. U.K..
Dental
Office i
In Parnnrd Dulldlng llutrnnecs, I'atton
Avenue and Mala Street.
WiJiMlr
stniPK M. VIKUl.
Graduate Optician,
Main Street.
Ail ntceliunlcul ociilnr defivts of tlic eye cor
rrvtcd. Hours for cinnilnMtion ti to 11' h ni., a to
.1 n. tn. Juluillf
Misa:i.LAXi:ors.
WM, R, PENNIMAN,
I'Ktll'MlltTilK Ol'
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Attlicvlllc, N. C.
1. . no a I.
marl3dly
LES
DIMINISH
Snartuu ' r
iinTiirn
ff" MOTHERS
CHILD
cplMdMiwIy
FRATT'S
ASTRAL
ABSOLUTELY SAFE!
PERFECTLY ODERLE88I
Burnt In any Lanift without danaer t)f
Explodlrtg or likina firs. 8a that you
gat tha gsiuln. For aal by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
... AkllBV1LI.lt, N, C. '
IWpi dty
mAMmIUm AlA
' Jl't
BVIMBMI AMD PI.EABII HE,
Tn allay pains, subdue hiflasnmatien,
licnl foul sores ontl ulcere, the most
prompt nnrl satisfactory results nre ob
tained by using tlmt old rolinble remedy,
Dr. I. H. Mclean VolcaiileiMiiiuiiiiCBt,
For sale by Raysor Sc Smith, druggists.
The objections to free wool are nil
ahcar nonsense.
A noon to Wive.
Hn vim; used "Mother's I' rieiid" I would
nut he without it. It is n boon to wives
who know thev must pass through the
ixiinftil onlcnl U childliirtli. Mks. L.
MKt.m'KNK, IdWII.
Write The Hradticld Ret;. Co., Atlanta,
(tit., for particulars. Sold by nil drug
gists, The Opera Glass
looked into at once.
Trust should be
What's the sense in saying thntcatnrrh
cannot lie cured when Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy is so sure and positively certain
that tlie proprietors offer $fiOO reward
fur a case of catarrh which tliey cannot
cure. A full pint of the medicine is made
lv dissolving one fifty cent pnekage of
the powder in water. Sold by druggists,
SO cents.
A member of the B'ar association A
Rocky Mountain grizily.
A Child Killed.
Another child killed by the use of opi
ates L'ivcn in the form of Soothing syrup,
I Whv mot hers give their children such
I deadly poison is surprising when they
can telieve the child oi its peculiar trou
I i.i i : fl. i fil... c..nl,.M
It contains no opium or morphine. Sold
by J. S. Grant.
The pigthnt gets into the clover thinks'
the awaru niignticr tnan tne pen.
Hacklcn'ai Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ures, tetter, chaiiiied hands, chilblains.
coma, ami nil skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is cu'uranteed to give iwrfcct satisfaction.
or money refunded. I'riee 2,r cents per
box. For sale bv Knysor&Smltli. law
The bras band is always ready to go
out on a little tool,
THE RHvTGTnxTrTilAYHRlofBour
twin. I ml., auvs: "Doth mvsclf and wile
owe our lives to 8H1 W)H'S CONSUMP
TION CTKB."
AKK YOU MADE miserable by Indijfeav
tion, Constipation, Uizzim-ss, Loss ol
ApM.tite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitnlucr
is a Kisitivecurc.
.Many a man who can't sing a note has
Kicat capacity for making things hum.
If you have a pnjnftil sense of fatigue,
find vour duties irksome, take Dr. J. II.
McLenn's Sarsnuarilla. It will braceyou
up, make you troim nnd vigorous. For
sale by Kiiysor & Smith, druggist.
Kvrn the humblest toiler in the land
tan resolve to live for n hire purH$e.
Female Beauty,
It is a fortunate thitiff that all men do
not have the same taste tnlcmnlcncauty
for otherwise they would all fall in love
with the some woman, which would be
awkward. Although the preferences of
men lor uincreni styiea oi inrm mm icn-
ture vary greatly il is umlouotrnly a
fact that an nppenrance indicative ol
health is pleasing to all alike. A woman
ninv be without regular features yet, il
liea'lthv. she will be beautiful to some
me and nlensinc to all. A sallow com.
nlrxion. a dull eve. a system debilitated
I iv unnatural discharges, in short, all the
ilia attendant ukui the irregularities and
"weaknesses ' peculiar to the sex, can tie
biinialied by the use ol I'r. I'lrrce favo
rite I'i ck i iplion. Ask your druggist.
The formation of Trusts cannot be con
sidered a healthy business syndication.
Ulve the children a Chanvc.
There is somcthiiic radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
list less, has poor or no appetite, eyes
sunken and with dark skin beneath. In
most case showing these symptoms the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
some simple rcinedy.sueh as Hart's Worm
Cream, to expel the worms, and the child
will soon be in perfect health again. Pa
rents, try it and let your little one have
n fair chance for life.
P. T. Parnunt is great advertiser.
Even his speeches have a certain ring to
them.
If you suffer from any affection caused
hv impure blood, such a scrofula, suit
rheum, sores, boils, pimple, tetter, ring
worm, take Dr. J. H. McLean' Snrsapn
rilln. For sale by Knysor & Smith, drug
gist a.
Woman's hand may be pale and deli
cate, but she can pick up a hotter plate
than a man.
FOR DYSPEPSIA nnd LivcrComplnint
vnu have a printed utiaruntee on every
iMitllc ol Sliiloh's Vitnliwr It ncTerfaifs
tn cure.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each
buttle of Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
Stl CtH.
Nelly Illy, in her Hying trip around the
world, has not been 'freed from the giip.
as yd.
A laaret Intealrnent
Is one which is gnnrntced to bring you
satisfactory results, or in case ol failure a
return of purchase price. On this safe
plan you enn buy from our advertised
liriiggists a bottle of I'r. King's New Pis
co very for Consumption. It is guanitred
to bring relief in every ease, when used
lor any affection of Tfiront, Lung, llron
chitis," Asthma, W hooping Cough, Croup,
etc., etc. It la pleasant and agreeable to
tustc, perfectly sale, nnd can always be
depended upon. Trial bottle free at
Raysor & Smith' drug (lore.
When n mnn'a wife begin to compare
him with other men he will do well to
stay at home night.
Curability of Connamptlon,
Thi lias been a vexed question among
physicians, opinions, even In the the same
sennol, being strangely divergent. Of
this, however, the public lire convinced;
it i n terribly prevalent disease, and the
average doctor meet with but scant
success in treating it. Consumption lain
reality scrofula of the Imigs, and is liable
tn attack any whose blood is tainted.
For driving out the scrofulous humors,
and thus removing the prcdlnosing
cause. I r. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery i n sovereign remedy. It purifies
bad blond, heal scrofulous ulcers, nnd,
whatever difference of opinion exist as
to curing advanced cases of consumption,
it remain that ninny pronounced "in
curable" have been brought back from
the brink ol the grave to restored health
and vigor.
The serpent was the most subtle of nil
the beast of the field; but the army
trader i sutler,
lit l.ir Worth Mvlnsrr
Not if you go through the world a dys
peptic. 'Dr. Acker' Dyspepsia Tablet
are a Misitive cure fur the worst forms
of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and
Consumption. Guaranteed and (or sale
by J. 8. Grout.
ajwfcnwl,fftl.i'i'iwlJyNI.w.,.X...tj..
A UntV to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use a
common, ordinary pill when they can se
cure a vnluablc English one for the same
money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a
positive cure for sick-headache tind all
liver troubles. They are sumll, sweet,
ensilv taken, and do not pripe. h'or sale
by J. S. Grant.
The streetH need overhauling; where
they have been worn out by the hauling
over them,
When you arc constipated, have head
ache, or loss of appetite, lake lr. J. H.
McLean's Liver and Kiilney Pillets; they
are pleasant to take nnd will cure you.
For sale by Raysor & Smith, Druggist.
The whisky manufacturer gets a good
deal of abuse, but he just takes it all in
and keeps still.
Happy HooMlcrH.
Win. Tiiiiiiintis. postmaster of Idaville,
Ind., writes: "Electric Hitters has done
more lor me than allotliermcrliciueseom
billed, for that bad feeling arising from
Kitlnev anil Liver trouble. John Leslie,
Inrmer nndstocltmati.ol same place, says:
rind l-.leclric Hitlers to he the best Kid
ney and Kidncv medicine: made me like a
new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: Electric Hit
ters is jut the thing for a man who is all
run down and don't care whether he
lives; he found new strength, good apa
tite and Iclt just like he had a new lease
on life. Only 5k-. a bottle, nt Raysor &
Smith's drug store.
When a composer undertakes to score
an opera he Inula harmony necessary.
Hut the critics don't.
We can mid Do
Guarantee Dr. Acker's lllood Elixir, for
it has been fully demonstrated totheiwo
pie of this comitry that it is superior to
all other preparations for blood diseases.
It is n positive cure for syphilitic poison
ing, Llcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It
fiurifies the whole system nnd thoroughly
luiltls up the constitution. For sale hv
J. S. Grant.
Some women make a whispered tale of
love, hut n belle prefers a declaration
made in ringing tone.
You rnnnot accomplish nnv work or
business unless you fed wed. It you feel
used up tired tint take Dr. J. II. Mc
Lean's Sarsaparilla. Il will give you
health, strength and vitality. For sale
by Ravsor V Smith, druggists.
The French duelist whuswallnweil pol
son upon the throw of the dice may truly
lie snul to have tltctl on me spot.
WHV WILL VOl' "co7chwiicn Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
els., !icts., nail $1.
SHILOH'S CATARRH Kli.M liDY a
positive cure for Catarrh, Diphlheriaaud
Canker Mouth.
Nowadays a man can find ns much out
about himself hv getting on the jury as
by running for the Presidency.
Can't Weep Nlirhtt
Is the complaint of thousands suffering
Iroin Asthma, Consumption. Cougus.ctc
Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English
Reiuedv? It is the best preparation
i. c ..ii i 'P i.i J .. I i -
hiiiiwii mr mi i.uiiu iioiioics. ooiii on ii
Eositivc guarantee at 2Sc. and 5c. by J
. Grunt.
Little King Alfonso is pronounced out
nf danger. He i about the only monarch
in Europe that cau be said to be in this
Dliaaful condition.
I.KMON F.l.ixiK.
Iln Wonderful Kneel on I he Liver,
Htotnach. llowelH Klelneya)
and lllood.
Dr. Monley'a Imon Elixir is a pleasant
lemon drink' that positively cures all Bil
iousness, Constipation, Indigestion,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney lliscnse, Uu
liness. Colds, Los of Apelite, l-'evers,
Chills. Blotches. Pimples. Pain in back.
Palpitation nf Heart and all other dis
ease rauaea dv nianrncrra liver, stoinacn
and kidneys, the first great cause of all
fatar diseases. Fifty cents ami one dol
lar per bottle. Sold by druggists. Pre
pared only by II. Mnzlcy, M. D., Atlan
ta, Ga.
Lemon Hot Drop.
For coughs and colds, tnke Lemon Hot
Drops.
For sore throat nnd Bronchitis, tnke
Lemon Hot Drop.
For pneumonia nnd laryngriti. take
Lemon Hot Drops.
For consumption nnd catarrh, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
For nil thront nnd lung diseases, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
An elegant and reliable preparation.
Sold bv druggists. 1'S cents per liottlc,
Prtpnret'l bv H. Mozlcy. M. D.. Atlanta.
On.
An American tourist
in France, lie-
coming weary of the
seasoning and
odor that lie found cvcrvwiicrc, wentinto
n barliershop nnd ordered a hath "with
out garlic."
ONC KiXJOYS
Both tlie nieiliiKl nnd results when
Syrup nf Figs is in ken; it is ili'awiut
nud it liesliiug to the Utsio. ami acts
ully yet promptly on tlie Kidneys,
uiver ami Iiowcls, ek-ansrs the sys
tem eiTectunlly, dispels colits. hcHti
aches and fevers and cures hnhitunl
constipation. Syrup of l"ig is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pIcosiiiK t'i the ttiste nnd ac
ceptalile to the Ktoinnch, promiit in
its action nnd truly lwiirlicinl (u its
ellt'ots, prptinred only from tho most
healthy nnd sgreenl'Io sulistnnces, its
mnnv eicellent qiuililics conimviul it
to nil nnd hnve made it the most
popular remedy known.
Hvnip of Fics is for salo in 60c
and tl bottles ry nil lending drug
gists. Any reltnMfl druggist who
may not hnve it on hrtud will pro
cure it promptly for nny one who
wishes to try it. Do not nccept nny
substitute.
CAUFORNH FIO SYRUP CO.
BIH MAHCISCO, CAl,
toumutt. nr. ray ror. ..
JARIIvH FRANK,
DSAI.SB IK
FAMILY 6R0CERIES AND PROVISIONS
Atfent for Reenis Creek Woolen MIUs.
North Main AalievUlt, N, C.
rrblOdljr
.4 u i
"HACKM ETACK," a lasting nnd fra
grant jwrftime. Price 25 mid 50 cts.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis, AdvertlNliitr
CKHA THS ninny a new buaiue'ss;
liXLAHOliS ninny nn oW business;
KU i f i i:n ninny a null nnsiness;
h'liSCI'ES ninny a lost business;
SA VFiS mnnv n miline husiiiess
PHRSERVllS mnnv nlnree business,
SkWNIiS success in nnv business.
To advertise iuilieiouslv. use the col
umns of "The Cttiien." lircrybmlr rends
it; nml in nronni turn to the returns
yields nilvei tisers, its rntes are the cheno
est in tne counti v.
The Aahevllle Dally citizen Ulvea
The latest local news.
The freshest State news.
The best general news.
A first-class telegraph service.
Full Washington reports.
General nnd specinl comments.
The largest subscription list
secular naner in the Slate.
of any
The best advertising medium
State.
A full stalT of able editors and
pouilcnls.
in the
corrc.
I lie neatest, newsiest anil most enter
prising naner in North Carolina.
Its efforts arc always devoted to the
upbuilding nnd development ol the re
sources of the State, particularly the
ttcstcrn section.
Mibscriiition, $n per annum; S3 six
months; CO cents per month.
TEN POBS !
i
TWO WEEKS
THINK OF IT!
As a Fleth Producer there can bo
nil (petition but that
scorn
01 Pure Cod Liter Oil and Hvpophosplil.es
Of Llmo and 9oda
la without a rival. Many ha
p aiaod pound a day by tha as.
vf it, Jt cure
CONSUMPTION,
SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS. COUGH AND
COLD, AND ALL FORMS OF WASTIttO DIS
tAS". A 1'ALAHBLH AH MILK.
i:tr won gel (Aefcnulne as Mure are
poor ImtfflffoMj.
nnv 1 3 lift w I v tn thn ant
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To theelllicna of AshevUlc and vicinity I
wiiniil announce thnt fit my shoos nnColkitc
srreer, nrsi io noononry s stHOles. I am Ift
trr prciinml thtin ever to do wurk In mvllne
Wnirun-, UuvKies nnrl Cnrrinvca manufact
urer. Krpairinft and hnmv-shoeina; arc spe.
elrtltles. and nenect sutUfaetlun irunrnnteed
My workmen are csnrrlrnccd and skillful and
my ciinrars fire miHlerute.
novMd H. lirUKUTTIt.
DO NOT FORGET
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tliin pony it wilt yon nn n
Mlllllplc. with 1 1ll'
yon will subscribe
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The IltKt
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HIGH TIDES AND SHARKS,
An Aileenture In Ilia Panamn nny That
nearly Cnst Many l.leea.
When tho tide commences to rise
in tho bay of Panama it means busi
ness. My knowledge on this subject
,iuniu,iuirai in a mnnncr Hint i can
not now recall without a sliu'ldor. al
though over twelve years ji re passed
sinco tho happening of Tlie event to
which i navo rcrorrctl.
I wits then, with n party of other
yotintr mon, stationed on board ono of
the Pacillo Muil steamers lying- at on
chor in Panama bay, some four niiloi
oir shoro. Wo wcro all in thn rmi,lr,
of the company and had receivetl Rtrict
ordersfrom thecaptuiu not lopoaflior
wiiuoni. oiroci permission rrom liim
self. Wo wero far from being pleased at
niim i-uinniuim, aim wo Had resolved
to ffo ashore with or without Dormia.
sion at tho very flint opoi'tiinitv. The
elianco olTorod ilwlf the followinc
" s ' uciui-K. a small steam
launch luy fastened tothe gungwav. In
tins tne steward was preDitrintr to "tro
v wiwn uir ins ninrKpi sunn ma
ou-iiiii wnn up, 1110 onpinocr nau pone
"below" for some ucpdoil nniln n,l
thero was tho steam launch, tinirtmrded
u nd unoccupied.
Boys," said I (there
were fmii of
us), -uores our chance. Sniimwe we
jump into the launch and make a
orcau for shore?" Tins proposition
inut with heartv ODnrovul. nml in Iosm
.1 n . .
man nve minutes wo were Rtatm iiip
Hwoy from the ship as fast as thn little
piming coucorn coma Uiko us.
Thiol's went alon? vow amnnthlr
for a While, Wo watched the oeUrjirin
ns they dovo into the water after their
nrenklust with a rrirut donl of intpnwt
Sliouls of fish here und there also at
tracted our attention.
"liy Gooreo, wlmt's that?" said I.
70101101 10 u small blackish object cut-
linrr throuch tho waUr a short dis-
tuiico from the boat
v. mih.duiiij ii nuurit, sum one?
or 1110 boys who hint been thoro beforv.
tnero nro lots of them 111 tho bay.
man enters, too: but we're ull right
in TO III IIIO DOUt.
rmnshl buuint A series of tumhlea
nnd jells suddenly broko in cm the
Miiiru story, i wos thrown vio iintlv
forwuitl, and when finally our wits
had returned to tis we found thnt wn
nail run into a letlro or rocks. A largo
holo was "stove" in tho Imw unci u-a
Kcemed to bo fairly wedgxid in, so thut
it was impossible to move tho bout one
way or the oilier.
I'erhnps she'll float when the tide
risen, 1 observed, knowing thut il was
muil oeiiu low lulo. Tiim-o was noth
iii(T to do then but to wait for il, und
Ixiforo very long the tido did bejrin to
ise, Din 1110 txxtt still rt'initined fiist to
no rocks.
ftorsotno half hour or so of nnx-
ioun waiting and watching the water
wus level with the trunwules and bo-
pan to pour in over tiio 6idi Wo hud
uianuged to stop up tho hole in the
bow by slufliiig our coats into il, but
tins new tiiniculiy wus too much for
us nnd we beirau. therefore, lu look
anxiously in the direction of tho ship,
oout nan n 111110 nisuiiit, lor Help.
i'i. 1 -1 1 F
auu uuu iiii-unti uiicroiiuniieil to rise
ulil tho boat was submerged several
reel and wo were stiitidiiig in water
timrly up to our shoulders.
uocs tun title rise very lutrli In this
Kiy I" 1 asked, becoming friglitencd.
"Uoea HI replied tho yuiing limn,
ho seemed to know ull itbotit the sul-
jt-ct. "Well, 1 should say il did. It
lily rises twenty-two fit-l: tuntV all.
'l'wcnty-two feet," tic ntltled in
bortis. "Oh, Lord!" 1 exclaimed.
we can't swim ashore from this tits-
Inuce. and
"tn.'e, over there, its a shark: there's
iiother, we're done for now for ccr
l.tin, Irrokoin 011c of the bovs excited-
Sure euoiich, thmt) they were;
c could sec tbein. There seemed to
be dozens of them circling nruuiid the
wit uuil the water was now tin 10 our
Ill-vliS.
Well, we just t elled and cried in
uicert, and 0110 pious young iiian be
inn to suy Ins pniten. 1 was so
iir iilened that 1 could Uo iiothinir but
illow tho niovniiirntH of 0110 dorsal
cultiuir tho water near hv minis
lint as a frightened bird michl watch
the movements of a snuke.
filially we had tn swim to keen
afloat We could all do this, forln
mUdy. We then began to wish each
her good-by, and 1 was Ix-tinninp; to
under how it would feci to be seised
hold of by a shark w hen my attention
iis uirecieu 10 stiotiu nnr ul liunu.
riinnk (Jod ! ' I shouted b.'iik,"hiir
hurry tin, for heaven's sitkc. or the
nrks will get us!"
It was the ship's IkvU, which had
U-en sent to our ret-ono and tvliicli ar-
veil j'ist in tbe uirk of time.
o were all litin.rtl nu more tleail
inn nlivo with fl ight, und the olliecr
cliurge of the U ml finlher n purd
with horriblu hlmrk sUi'if us we
ere ix-nur rtiwi-tl turu to tiiv sum.
li.o of the boys wu laid up for ivi:s
Iter reuciiiiig tne Mnp witu u m-vviv
utUvck of bruin fevi-r. 1 even to this
y shudder ul tho mrro mention of
tho word "sharks."
Uf course we were t-everrly punish
1 for our escunade. but no imuish-
incut could have been inlliclvu equal
that which we had already uuder
gnno.
1110 lime steam inuncn, 10 tne oevt
f my knowledge, is still on the rocks
hero wo loft iL New lork Herald.
The doctors who attended tho late
kinrf of l'oi-ltienl dunnjr the Inst few
eoks or lus illness preaonteu I
ted bills for
to nearly
erdomaiid
ISO llta IV"
their scrnres nmouiilinir
tlUO.OUO. One of ihero
, fuui - I I .1
l. i7 (hki f.ir iiftsin. hiia third
tiioiiRht that wo.ouo us not too much
lo ualt for his altcuduneo at eiiflilocn
consultations. Eventually the new
king succeeded in effecting settle
ment of their claims by means of
lump sum of tOU.OOO.
Tbe national pension fund for
nurses in Englund lias received now
year's (rift of 10,000, contributed by
out luu (rontiotiicn. i lie oonus mnu
llieasHocmtion, a purl from contriuu-
tions riven by nurses, now amount
30,000.
Tho Dally CllUcn.
Is always alive tn the interests
Aahrvlllc nnd Its rxoolr,
Is the most popular ailvertisun; me
itim in North Carolina.
Is read by n frrratrr nunux-r ol jieuple
than any other seculnr paper in the
S Ii always filled with the choicest read
ing mutter of the day.
Hoarding houses till their rooms DynU-i-rtiainc
in the ClTIZBN.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit-
iikn sentral favorite.
No retail mrrcnant ever iniitic a ffrrut
success without advcrtistnff. iry the
ClTllKN.
I An Buvvr,inciiiviit. uk viiisim I'f.Jia
. I .! ft 1 ftl.. ....... ......
' tbe advertiser u ouiiarto-fOKJ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
MACK, STADLER & CO.,
MANLTACTl'RItKS OF
PERFECT FITTING FINE CLOTHING
109 & in Went Tblrd St., Cincinnati.
For Sale by all Leading Clothiers.
Jan22 dam
los AMtaevlUe, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS,
Manufacturer und Deitler In all kinds of Dresseil
LUMBER,
Dour, Sah, nilndri, Muuldinp;ts, ritalrworn, mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all
Hard 'Wood Lumber Work a Snccialtv.
hot 14 Hi j Telephone No. 6.
1 1 ' 1 i V
viltIVJj
AT THE ASHEVILLE MEAT MARKET,
IWARBXK-NO. IS NORTH
Telephone Call 4.
THE WINYAII HOUSE,
Corner Heard and I'ine streets, Cmtiu Piitlun.
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Condtit'tid us a Snnitariuni for invalids siilU-riufroiti disensrs ol
the Iiiiirs und throat, nntl under the charge of Dr. Karl von Kuek.
Conducted upon the most approved plans endorsed by the leading
members of the medical iirokssion. t'rrfcct apioiiitni"ents in every
depnrtmrnt. l-or pitrtk-ulHrs address
KAKL VON RIXK. II. S.. M. ft
Dr. von Ruck's city office: No. at I'atton avenue. Rooms Nos. 1,
2 and 3, up stairs. Office Hours: 1 1 to 1 o'clock. Practice limited
to diseases of the lungs and throat.
THE"HICKORY INN,"
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights, tius, Hot and Cold
Cuisiue and appointments unsurpassed.
AIKEN.
The Popular Winter
Pleasure.
PIncy Sand
Aiki'ii iiOHsi'NHt'H tli (Irii'st
I'liiti'd Stiiti'H t'xit'pt poinlH of jiii-nt iiltitude in llif Hocky
MountaitiH. Tlii' wtiiitli'il'iilly tli'v, iuro iilincthiilicit? in the
iwult of the I'oiiiliiiifd iiitlnt'iici' of itn cli'Viititm nltovo tho
MiiToiinfJiiiR i'otinti'y (li'in;
1 1 niilt'H uiHtniit. jiiuI .id.) ftft jiliovo wji li'Vt'l) it jHTfet't
natunil dniiniiiri' in fvery tlii-irtion lln nliwiut' in tlu vi
cinity of nny Hlrejini or Imp' Imtly of water ami the por
ous III 1 1 11 f (if till' Hlil. Tlll tflWn IH Mliri'OllTlfltM I liv n 1pmh
Ki'owth of pint vooln, tlirouuli wliii h, tlieiv iK'injr but few
ffiict'H, iniiimiertilik' plennant walks and ilriveH load in every
direetion. Tho population is 2,.rU() and the town is one of
the prcttifMt and jileasuntest m the entire South.
HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL,
HaviiiR' aieeonuiMidatioiiH for
very nvpeet. Koonis lnrce
trns and heated by means of
public rooms in addition to
liea ted by st en in.
The sanitary arranirenientH are absolutely Perfect. The
a
water, wiiicM IH clear as crystal. Is punci from two large
springs on the prouiu Is. That used for drinking purposes
irt to the hotel in porcelain lined pails. The table,
with which the gifatest tuiins
milk from our own dairy, stocked Wl! li llolHtcin-FricHinn
cattle.
Anmsenients are iirovitletl
Ladies' Ililliard llooni. Howling Alley. Tennis Court, eto.
An excellent orchestra is in
Livery ntablu connected
trnined saddle horses nix nuule a spin-iulty.
For circular and terms address
U. Pa CIIATFIELD,
Proprietor.
To reach Aiken from Aslicville fine. 12 hours route
via (Spartanburg, Columbia and (Sraniteville. leaving
Asheville n. m., arrive Aiken 8.45 p. m.
tht0
CAROLINA HOUSE,
AHHIlVIM.lt, N. C.
W. A. Jnuicsi, Jr., Prop'r.
Kuums Rtllttrtl. New furnlturt.
flood Table,
Terms Urasoiinbls.
tut aa
Near Pasttcngcr Depot.
kinds of Building material.
MEATS AND POULTRY
At Popular Prices,
C'Ol'RT SQL'AK Ii. FRONT.
WESTERN DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Water Ilaths und Toilets on each floor.
FRANK LOVGHRAN, Proprietor.
Resort for Health and
UN TUB Sl'MMIT OF Till!
Hill Region nf South Carolina
cliinnto f miv ulnre in the
4(f firt liifltr tluin AujfUHtH,
'(()() (jinvls. is tirst-ehiss in
and eomfortabie. Liirhtedbv
open wood fireplaces. The
fireplaces and tne halls are
a. a a.. a.
are taken, is snpnliivl with
in the way of Itilliivid Hooin.
attendance.
with the limine, in which
dSmos
, TLANTIC COAST LINB
On anil after tMa data ths fntlowlna; aehvd.
ulrs will ht ran over Its "CotaasW lawiaiaw."
No. ASlavrs Cnlumbta 0.1IO p. as.'
ArrlTea atCbariratoa a. 80 p. an.
No. B8-Invra CHarlrstnn..,.M. T.tO a. as.
Arrlvrs at Columbia II. an a. ai,
Connrrtlna with tralna to aad frons all
points on th Chartrittr, Columbia at Aa
aunts and Columbia k UraaaTllai Mallroaaa,
Ualljr.
T, M. bm its son, 0a. tarn. Am.
J. t. MVtNK, Oca. fnpi.

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