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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15. 18.H).
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. lmio
Por Chief Justice ul the Supreme Court :
HON. A. 8. MliKKIMIIN.
Por Associate Justice of the Supreme Court:
HON WAI.TKK CI.AKK.
rod M'l'KHIOM Cot'MT jriMIR :
1t district ('.mi II. liHuwM.Jr ,oi lii'uulnrt.
Utl district Hknkv K liHVAM. of l'riiM-n.
4th district Hi-ikii Wiiitakkh of Wuke.
Ath district K. W. Winston, til' tiriiiivillr.
nth district K. T. HoVKlN, of Sfitiipsoii.
7th district Jauks i. MclVKK, ol' M.iorc.
Hth district R I'. Ahmpiki.o, of Ireilcll
loth district Jno. i;hav Hvm u, of Hurkc.
1 1th district W. A. Hiikk. of Lincoln.
1st district J H. Hi.ih-nt. of IVniiiimuns.
2d district J. M. e'.KUlllKli, of Halifax
Mil district J no. H. Woudurd. of Wilson.
4th district li. W l'oi.ir, of Johnston.
Ath district K. H. 1'ahkkk, ot Aliiiiuincc.
6th district o. II. Al.LKN, of l.cnoir.
7th district Frank McNkii.i., of Richmond
Hth district It. P. I.ono. of Ircilcll
Wth district W. W. liAHHhH. of Wilkes,
loth district W. C. Nkwi.anii. ol I'nlihvrll.
11th ilistrict P I.osiioknk. of Mccklcilliui'K
IStn district t.Ko. A.Jonks. ol Macuu.
FOR CONOR kss:
1st district W. A. It. Iirancii, of Itcauiort
;in uisin t ii r ohamv. ol iiiiiiu.
4th district M. II. low. nf Nio-li.
Ath district A. H. A. Wm.i.iaus.hI ;runvillv
ttth district 8. U. AI.KAANliKR, of Mccklcn
7th district J. 8. IIkniikrkos, of knwiin.
8th distiict W. H. II. Cowi.ks. of ilkes
ttth district W. T CRAWFiirii. ol Havwimd
Tliue to Reform.
The prt'HH, and more rsinviiiUv we nl
the provincinl press, is responsible tor tin
miislirooni growth ol'iiiiiiirik'iiiiiKoiicH.
loiirsi cniiciHin m in nines wnoicsoinc
whilst lulsomc pr.iist' is nt nil tunes
loiibttul in tntc, il not in fact. It is vcrv
tliacuuriiRini; to asiiiriiiu merit to sti
elevated incapacity and shallow paliil
conspicuousncss receiving iniliscriiiiiiiale
ami umieservvil praise.
Thus the Charlotte Chronicle, partly
by way, we suspect, ol that njicii conies
sion Hint IS no ftootl lor the newspaper
soul, hut mostly to xiinl a moral in re
lation to the circumstance that the
editor of the Raleigh News and Uliserver
is just now having iiioted against him
his own very lauilalory words pro
nounced dclilieratcly on Col. I'olk at the
time the latter resigned from theMisition
ofcominissiouer of agriculture.
The line ol the Chnmicle's rcn.arks iu
tlicntes the harm a paper c,ivcn over
wholly to laudatory ad.iivlives c.-in do.
Kortumitely there is Imt one such otrcii
der ill the entire stale; lint in less decree
nil of us do what we onyht not, com
niciul where silence or criticjsiu would lie
more lilting. Iiidiscrimiiiate praise tends
of course to eheainn a uewspaicr's in
tlueneelorood ami makes it impossilile
to so commend real merit that il can lie
told from the ordinary run ol excellence.
Il the presence on the editor's desk of an
extra lare wntermclou makes of its
pver "a )jeiitlcinau ol inaiulHent at
taiiiuieuts, and one of the most cloiueut
and lirilliant sieakcrs in the stale, lor he
is rhetorician as well as orator." that
editor must lie silent when Zcli Vance
comes to town or put Ins )ieal services
to the state on the same plane with
Hrcthmi, let us have sense.
do jjreat work for W, T. Crnwlbrtl and
the democracy. It is hardly too much
to sav that a first rate club can do more
to defeat II. U. liwart than anv other
nuency except himself ; just there will Ih.'
had the greatest assistance, hut it should
not be relied on too gtroiujlv. Personal
canvassing; working with your uci,'hliors
to win them over to the democratic
cause; the circulation of jjooil ileino
cralic ncwspaiicrs; the uwakeuiii); of
every deinucrat who may not be decided
hi takiiiK the trouble to vote to the vital
importance of doinj; so all these are
Tllli Cirizi-N by careful haiidliiij; ol the
press dispatches seal out in retemicc to
the ladies' union to secure better servant
uirls, and bv its own editorials and news
muter on the subject, has obtained fur
this city an amount and kind of adver
tising that mouev cinilil not have'iouht
at all, while its worth to thecilv, in ear
rviiiK its name far ami near to be noticed
and read by thousands, is beyond any
close estimate as to its value, though
undoubtedly hih. So much for printer's
ink with an ulca judiciously stirred in
now and then.
SiMl l.TAXIiorsi.V with Seaker Reed's
letnrn to Washington Hushed with vic
tory the cheap republican weekly organs
all over the country break out with Iiukc
Reed supplements, laudatory ill the ex
treme and showing the evidences of one
f the must elaborate "bureaus" ever es
tablished. Now it Reed had Ikcii de
feated, what would have liecume of
those supplements with Mr Reed's fat
face up in the corner ? Were they tube
destroyed in tasc he was detealed ? It
was all very cleverly planned.
THE LATEST SEWS
EKOSI SOUTH CAROLINA
There are reported to lie in North
Carolina 4,y7.ri Sunday schools, with
The trial of the drummer, l-'lciiiinjj
WHO wllippeil onn Kinnev at the I.cxiul'
ton depot, came oll'on Monday. l-"lciniiu
was lined find coos nlionV $ou
Mr. Cullcn Hatch, a ynuiiK man of
Mt. Olive, hail Ins arm nil oil m a cotton
Kill ut his home, lie is a brother of
Messrs. 11. W. and I. R. Hatch, of Ml
Tin; correspondent of Tin; Citizi x
who complained the other day of side
walks lieiun blocked by loafers made a
timely complaint. There is a spot on
South Main street in front of a saloon
where colored men may fool their brains
mil empty their pockets that is habitu
ally so crowded with loalers that a lady
annul jjet ntoiu; there at all. The pre
euec ol a rav uuilorui and a look of de
termination at that point would have
Tin: coon has come down and Crockett
win not nave lo snoot. Ac congratu
late the board of aldermen. It is not
everybody who knows enough to conic
into the house when it is rainiiiL'. West
I'oik inches of snow! Mereui v below
ihclrccziuy point. Floods siilnneruiui!
iwns. All this in-the north and east
11 does seem that (Hd lliiiieomlic will do
o tie up to a while louder if only tor her
I'he moon will lie biieliter
flic sun more ulniiiius
I icmocrmic vi iters more nlcnt v
Sidewalks Is iter
file ladies even handsomer
one A-llrituliiK AlreHri .
A Ih-);kuKi poor-moul h, we're-iu-dis-trcss-hclMts-or-we-ilie
circular sent out
by the Ashcville l-'ariner and Mechanic.
Mr. Kwart's ory.in, says:
"lear sir: We have '.hvkuii the publi
cut ion of n republican uewspaier at this
place, which ha alrcadv Irtii adopted as
the ortieial orjjnn of the district, mid we
arc in 14 rent need of luuds lo push for
ward the work. Mr. Hnrdwickc and
myself Hi. II. Morris, I jjuve vou the ap
pointment a census enumerator in your
township, nnd it is exiceted that you
will contribute nt least $.'.oo toward
tlefrnviiiK the exienscs ol the paM.-r dur
inK tlie eampaiK'1. Mr. liwart recoiu
menda you to us, anil he exsvtfc vou to
give us vour licartveo-oieralionaiiilsiii-Hirt.
Please semi vour conlrihulio:i by
return mail, if possible."
Just look nt the little tin gods! Census
enumerators were appointed in this ilis
trict it seems, not esH-cially to count the
jieople, hut to lay up a tittle boodle for a
republican campaign sheet. I'ive dollars
a the subscription to ,1 pnier withost
promise in the present or Iioik- for the fu
ture it steep. We wonder how many
census enumerators who received thiscit-
culnr were men enough to answer it as
it deter vet.
Reed Is) the Man.
There can he no question about that
The republican nryuns arc uiven over to
columns laudatory of Heed. The III
iliann republican convention cheered him
ty the echo and barely endorsed llarri
ton. He is called on to mnkcsK-eebcs all
over the country, lie hnsdowncd Hlainc.
He hat 'the nerve to dominate the
house ns though he owned it Ixidy and
soul. He it niinst nil deliberntion in
debate. He lint just had n great per-
sonal triumph. Anil the republicans arc
risinK nt nnc man to do him honor, hail
Iiik him at the next nominee fur the presidency,
Well, let It he to. Reed stands for nil
that thoulrt lie back Humbert in polities
hijjh protection ; discrimination against
the south; the force bill; extravagance
with the people'! money; higher tnxa
tinn; million for iicnsioni. Anil if the
democratic purty of Jefferson nnd Tilden
cannot defeat inch 11 man on such a plat
formbut it can anil we know it. And a
good pluee to begin it here in the ninth
" If THK next house is to Ik democratic
the representative! Iroin the Ninth district
mutt be, There are fiolng to be tome
' great chnnget In (Kilitiet thisjfnll. Let us
have n little one right here nt home by
putting our "nlliaticr lawyer" bnck into
hit law office where he will feel at home.
It it matter for congratulation that
the young men'i democratic clubof Ashc
ville it to be revived. The young men can I
fin; Jewish new tear bcciiis next Son.
Iayeteiiiuu.il hciiaj .Viiol vc.iih In, 01
the creation ot ih.- world. Salisbinv
'colonists say the world is manv,
many thousands ol eai sohlei than that.
M. S. di av t ub
dalK Call I
igixiiii: Samuel J. Ran
ol). Raiiilall was an
l-'roin all accounts it seems that llie
ueulleman who parts his name in the
middle, and is known as S. dtho Wilson,
is developing into a secret ilisoiganier
ol the democratic party, due day last
week he vasal l.cnoir, ostensibly tor the
purpose of showing samples o'f goods
luriiished by the stale agent of the far
mers' alliance. The Topic ncwspaier of
that place learns that his secret mission
was to stir up suite amoni: democrats
and, il possible, organize a light in each
county aganisl Senator Vance. Ileino-
era is, ktep your eye on S. Olho Wilson.
ne is 1101 lining tne party good, anil will
bring trouble in the rank's of the alliance
men. litirham Sun.
Hon. Ihomasll. Johnston. i-x-iiiciiiIkt
if congress from the Ninth district ad
Ircssed an audience ol democrats in the
conn house on Monday last. He
puuiiiieii 1 ue principles 01 ncmocracv so
elearlv that the votiin.' tuirt ol our ,,,,,.
lation could not fail to feci that "it was
goi 11 1 to Ik- there.' Way at sville Courier.
The vtnvCiipt. Johnston has none into the
campaign forms a commendable exam
ine no imars who were, as lie was, can-
cum. tics iKiore the convention.
Mr. Cuthric has not joined the ilemo
crutic party nnd has not said that he is
11 democrat, lie bus come out of the
rotten republican party, but has not
cast in his lot with the democrats. He
refers to himself and others similarly sit
uated, ns "political orphans," not know
ing where to tind his political home."
lie declares his intentions to vote for
lliinn lor congress, lint lurtlier, deponent
sailh not. hiii'linm illols:.
The lenders of both parties are going
to be rebuked this year ns never U-lore.
and many republicans nre going to vole
nir ocuiocrais to purity the leadership of
mi- puny jusi us nicy would take n
course 01 medicine to purilv their system
Correspondence Winston Republican
We iibsolutely rejoice in the indorse.
incut of Senator Vance by the Sampson
county convention. The inilorscninu
is the more signilicant liccnusc it comes
from a body largely under the control of
the la r titers alliance. Wilmington Mes
senger. The Sampson county democracy num.
natcd Marion Hutler. editor of the t'nii.
cnsinn, lor the senate, and W. K. Pig-
lord and K, R. Hell for the house. All
three arc nllinnee men Senator Viince
vvns endorsed for re-election.
Mr. W. A W'ymi, of Raleigh, makes
a challenge to run 11 luevclc twentv-tiv
miles against anv number of entries ol
horses 011 l-'ridav of fair week on the race
course lor $tni.
The colored lire companies from Ral
eigh, Hurham, Charlotte, Monroe, and
representatives Iroin other towns met at
t'li-ccnshoi'o and organized 11 colored tin
men s state association.
l-'riila- was the occasion of the cell
bration at I'm ham ol the coin plci ion ol
1 11c i.viicnnurg ami niirliaiu ratlroml
I'he great tobacco centre made a day 1
( thai will long be remembered.
The postmistress at Halifax issaidt
be in arrears $7o with the postotlic
mouev. She is a colored woman, the
wife ol 1!. II. Davis, one of the leading
negro politicians ot llalilax county
A special Monday from President Mat
tie ol the State t'nivcrsitv.nt CIiiih-I Hill
savs: " 1 here are 17:1 studeiits utcscnt
at the oieniiig," A telegram from Wake
l-'oiesl eolleite gives the niiuiliei' ot stu
dents present there as I "li.
Mr II. ti. Askew, who is a promt
ucnt cilicti ot Ivler, I ex.-is, is in the fit v
lie came to bring his sun and two other
buvs to Hiuuliaiu sclioiil. lie savs that
t here were seventeen boys on his train
iruiii Texas, all bound lor lliughaiu.
News and t ibsci vcr.
The Caban us fair assueiation oilers
,lo to any white cmiple who will have
the marriaiic ceiciniinv m-rloi iiicd on the
Liranilsl.iuil.il IL o'elock 011 the third
day ol the fair. Salisbury Watchman
l iicil the Cabarrus lair Kople a
mtglily small business.
el hro Sloan, of llerryhill township,
was ailiinlucd insane and the necessary
paH-rs lor his admisbion into the asyliuu
were tin wanlcil to .Morgaiiton. .Mr
Sloan returned Iroin the asvlum. aboul
three years iiuo, allcr having Ucn there
a veal. Charlollc Chronicle.
An epidemic of mosquitoes seems to
have visited the hole state troni sea
const to mountains. Thisis the fust veni
al llie history of (ireciisburo that tins in
sect has been sutlicieiitly niinicr-nis to
cause- bars to Ik- needed. tireensboru
North Stale. Nunc in Ashcville, Mr.
Stale, Make correction, please.
Wake couiilv linanees 111c In admira
ble shape, thanks to bright ni.in.icincnl
bv a capital board of commissioners.
I'hcrc is only one debt, of $J.,iino, in
curred for the construction nf the court
liuiisc in InsM. The bonds are at a biu
piemium and will lH-reluiidcd next spring.
The county has a deniucralie Ireasurer
who is a iniidel. Wibuiuglun Mcssi nyer.
The l.eaksville I Ruckiiiuham county 1
(laetie sats that last Tuesday cvcnini:
while oat uunuiiiu with Ins brother Wil
lie, Tom li.-irlinuton aeeiilciilly leeeived a
Inrue charge ot No. 7 shot Irom the for
mer's gnu. Nearly tv.o hundred shot
wounded the boy ; but the most painful
nut probably the most serious mum
was inflicted upon hit left eye six shot
having ierloratcd llie uiht lid and cor
Sam Jones at the bead of a posse ol
lepi'lv revenue collectors, cut up a dis
tillery iHloiiging to im dates oil rhurs-
lav. dn Wednesday tbevciit up. -inutile
K-loliL-ine to a fellow named Niiiincrv
near Carthage, du l-'ridav thev eapiuieil
mother just over in Cunilierl.intl county
mil ihcv are makiiii; a rain 111 t. hathan
Thcv will now discoutiiiiie Ihcir raid
until alter the election. The republican
party will give all luoousluntrs ihtiiiis.
sum to make honor until the 1'Hli ol .No
vcmiK-r. hanlonl l-.xptcss.
At -Mill Hill. t.aliarrtis county, is a
house that was built ovir sistv years
auo by Mr. Jacob Slireualt. the grand
latin-rot Miss Julia Slircwall. The piaz
7: eoluiiius 10c ol solid heart pine, cigh
teen inches in diameter, and have stood
there over sixlt years, and vet thcv show
no signs of decay. The piazza Hour ii
laid in pine and white oak alternatively
1 Ins Mr. Slircwall did to test llie Iwo
siRviiucns of luml-cr. The pine is vet
smooth and in a solid condition, while
the oak is worn rougli ami is giving
away to age the action ol hcalaiiilcohl
DKMOCRAVIC PRIMARY l.I.KC
TION FOR MI'NCO.Illll-;.
Full and Complete IiiNlructiutm iu
Keuurd to HoUIIuk It The Mlin
lier or lieleitaleH From laeli
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of lluucombe county :
Pursuant to a call hcrctolou made 01
tne iicmocralic voters ol the various
townships of lluneoiubc count v to hold
primary tlcctions on the' l'7th day ol
this mouth for the purpose of giving the
democrat it- voters of the county an op
poi tuiiily to express their choice of cat
lidatcs fur the house of reprcseutativi
and scv'.Ttd county ulliecs, it is tlumgl
necessary to give some spicilic instill,
lions, us to the inanncrof holding sue
primary elections, as lolluws:
First. The dentucrats of the several
townships arc earnestly rcoiiestcd to
meet at the usual voting place of the
township not later than III o'ch
on the morning ol Saturday, the l'7lh
tins montll. I lie ilcmuciatie execuliye
committee will select twu good dein
erats tu act as im'trcs of. and
t- conduct, the election. In the
abscniv ol llie executive ciiuiiailtcc or
a lauui'c iu act 011 nuir part so, kuuii mi
t He morning ol the s.ud election as si
deinocrals shall arrive ihcv shall proceeil
at once 10 elect tne Iwo unices herein
provided lor, whose duty it shall Is- to
provide a box or other means lor voting
Aticr the box or other means sha have
been provided, each and every deinucrat
if oilier voter pledging himscll to sup
port the nominees ul the ilcniociali,
party, shall lie allowed to east one vuli
fur a candid. itc fur each ul the couut
dices and one vole each for two canih
Inles fur the legislature. I'he votes mai
Ik- either wi ilteii or printed on one niece
I paiicr or separately as ihcimlges 111:1
Icteriiiinc belore the voting begins.
,-H-eomi. 1 uc iiuiis sliuulil In- ki pi open
1111111 10 o clock .1. 111. till ,1 o clock 11. ui..
r later il the judges thud, it advisable
or ueeissary. lugive cieiv voter 111 the
luwnship who ilcsitcs lo do so an uu
piii tunity lu yole.
I llii.l. w lule die elietioii "I eaiiilulales
lor llie various ulhees is Uing nioeeidid
with each vulct shall also be aiiowed tu
itc lur ilck gads tu tilt county eimvcii.
ion who shall lie in number one di legate
lor every tweutv-livc ilemucratic votis
ml tractions ot tiltein or over easl lot
ovci noi l ow le 111 the last preceding
lection. The several liiw u.-luiisaiiil 1,1c-
ciucts will llieielurc Ik- entitkd to Sileet
the lolliiwing uuiulK-r of delegates it-
-licvillc loit Ward .
si w aril
a vc 'r,ck
cr -s Creek
On k Mountain
air 1 icw
llns not yet !i)i';ircil Imt Iih
will In' ' niiii'(l in llit' ImkI"
Iiiiiiiciisv Nil 00 .Slock
now ni'rivino,' nl I'dsl ic Mros.
Jt Wright's. I'rii'i's 1 inoi'f
1 lid piicki'l (il'i'vci'vlidily, lo'i-
lii's iiiii.v li'ik fur r.-iii' Ipi'iits
hi Dress in mils, tis our nnyiT
is now in Noi tlirrn ni.ii'ki'ls
si'rnniif,' llii liilt'sl. A low
siiiiiuii'r j;o,S V(. ,-n o-ivc-iiwn.v
pi iri s.
IJOSTIC lUi'OS. cv WlfKillT.
No. 1 1 N. Coiii l Si mi r..
V... Itl.Allt. I'.KOWN
No. 2 11111011 Att'iiuc,
HI AFEE Bl OCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We siii' now iv.hI.v, ami in-
, iti our in mmIs ,-iinl i In- pull-
ir u'l'Hi'l'.lll V lo I'.'lll illlil I'N-
niuiiH' our wi'll si'li'i ii-il stork
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Pawscnjfer Uepot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
The oldest citizen of Roekinuham town.
Maj. Richmond T. Long, it dead. He
was H'J years old.
Mr. Dnvid Smith, one of the oldest eitl-
zens of l-'orsyth county, died nt his home
in Abbott's creek township. He was 70
yenrt of age.
Mr. Peyton H. Hilbro. of Greensboro
who had a stroke of paralysis tome time
nan, it dead in the 07th year of fait age.
He lea vet a widow and ton.
A visit was paid bv "white caps."
to one Mary Watts, who is residing in
River Hi nil township, 1',,-istun county, on
the land ot Harvey Moore, mid win
i ten is a suspicious character. Mic was
waited upon by three disguised men, win
we learned used t tic lash very cleverly Hi
turns, lulling the casligatioti, the mask
fell from one ol the parties and he was
recognized bv her little buy. The other
iwo were rccogni.cil bv olher means
warrant has Ikcii sworn out ami will Ik
served this week. Gaston Gazette. Thai
is probably all the louiidaiion there was
lor a scusntiuiial dispatch scut mil recent
ly from Charlotte lo the effect that I 'al
ias had Ik-cii "deslrovcd" by white caps.
Charlotte seems to be u resort lor the
kind of writers who can do a state much
The Nuli.Treasur mil,
I'rnm the New- York hvciiinjt post.
The fact is, the sub-trrnsiiry bill Is not
likely to br the Infallible lest of nlllsnce faith
Hint it wus at llrst lH-lirvril. It has of lair
rt-i-eivcil some rutlur illsi-nchantiiiK kl,ks,
(ov, tloriton, who wits suppose I lo lirlotlK
to that class of ilccotees known us ,us ro.i-
itlttvn riu- It- ro, has iinnoiinc il tvs opiiosi
tlon to It, savlntf that he wmiiil ratiirr lose
forty eli ctions to the senate than to cnilorst-
II, Col. '-.orthi-rn, the coiisiilcrate for
rover, or of ilcoridn, nml John I' Jitich
anan the eanuiilate for Kovrrnor of Ten
ncssee, hoili reiuse to reunril their can
tllilacy as in any way voni-ccted with II
or ilepi-nilcnl upo it, Itvmt'ol. I'olk, the
tircsidrnt of the nntlo- nl oritaiiliiitlon. only
accepts It In default of "somt-thinu lielter."
The i ntforms of the recent conventions In
Maryland, the two Vlrulnlns, Louisiana,
Tesas ami Missouri did not mention It nt
all. The cnort to secure Its rnilorsem nt In
the Texas convention, where Its frienils ex
pt-ctetl its uti'iuallftril nptirovnl, was n fall
tin?. "We voted the suli.trensury plan snit
bill down by n laritc majority." says M. V
Kvans, a niciulK-r of the pisiform eommillee
of 'he Vlmlnla convention In a I Iter to the
Washlnwton Post. "Hod lie thnnkedj the
Mother of States we have saved from that
illsM-rnce, The scheme Is dead, anil, quoth
the raven, 'never more, never more1 will
disturb a state alliance meeting In Old
Virginia, and I hniie and brll ve we have
runs the death knrll to this ridiculous and
Ul-xracclul scheme throuKhout the t alon."
At Leant Incotmlnlent.
Prom the Orrensboro Patriot.
The Ashcville Citiikn charges Congress
man llwnrt, who is a candidate for reelec
tion, with having Joined the farmers' alliance
when he was a lawyer. It la a well known
rule of the alliance, that nn lawyer should lie
admitted Into the order and If Mr, Bwart re
ceived admission, ttelng a member nl the leiinl
profession, he must have terH-ti nted a fraud
and been autlty o1 conduct to sav the least,
inconsistent with what the character uf a
candidate for congress should he, i
K.eais Cre I, I
Jill. It shall U-tlicilntv ul i In .Iclc-.ili
so eiivieo, in aitcnii tne county enliven
non which in a-.se in I ilc in Hie cmu t
ouse in Ashcville at 1 1 o'clmk a. in.
itunlay the Hn day ul detolKr. lVlo,
lien ami wueicilley sllall cast t lit- vote
the township sending, tlii-m. acc inline
to llie result ol the piimary elect mil ;
nig in e.-icn eanuiilate lus pi'ouriiotiau
pai l of the volcol the low uship as east
lur him in said piimary thcimns. Il .mi
candidate shall tail lo'receivc a in.-iioi ny
ui tut-votes ill s.ocl cnuiilt cm vein mu
east in accurdaiKc with voUscasi in the
inimaries, then it shall Ik- tin-duty uf the
ucn gates ill Saul county convention to
prucccd to select a candidate lor suel
oiticc wherein such lailuie uecurrcd.
l-iuh. I'iioii the closing of llie pull
said judges will prucccd at once, iu llie
presence ol such vnleisas may chuosc ti
Ik-present, to count the votes cast, boll
lor Candida lis and delegates, and eertilt
the same ill duplicate, and send one copy
to the undersigned cliaiimau ol the
county executive committee, ami deliver
iug the others ton delegate elect to Ik-
presented by him to the aid county eon-
Ity order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mi Liu li,
C 11. Hem. I'x. Com. nuiieniuU- Co.
Worked I. Ike a Cliarm.
Ilraillicld'i l-'cmale Kegulatur worked
like a eliariu; iiiiprovcuunt Ik-cii won
derail; cannot express my gratitude
Wish every imlv aillicted would try it. I
know it would cure them.
Mks. I.. A. I.OMI.
Spring Grove, l-'la.
Write llrailfichl Kcgulator Company,
Atlanta, Cm., for particulars. Ity nil
CKEA TES iimny n neiv siic-ss;
EXLAMIES iiiiuiy nn nlii himhns;
KEY IVES mimy n tlnll hiifimvs;
KESCI'ES nmiiv u lust iiicss.-
SA VI- S ntnilV il tniliiitt ios,fi, -
I'h'ESEh'VES mimyii argc Ihihiiw;
.MIL! .Mift SIHl-rss in unv Iiiihiwi.
To mlvcrtiKc jiilicitnily, ii.se iie coA
iiiiiiih o'"77ie Cititen." E'verylmilv rrns
it; nml in iroMi'on to the return it
Yields wlcitivn.it rntet are the chain
nt in the count r.
RAVENSCROFT HIGH SCHOOL.
I'rrpurntory MoKnllnii anil Unv School for
Hoys. The session will ciiniuitiice Wrdiirs.
day.rk'ptciiilier IT. Por particulars apply to
Kl'NAI.II MACI'llNALIl, II. A Osforil,
si'iitudlw I' o. lies ill.
li. H. MR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.0ER.
Also vrndinii of alt kinds done. All orders
promptly mud nnd work Kuurantrril Can
he found at all limes at tlraham s Cotion
Real ICHtate Agent.
AMI I. (UN IIKOKHK,
3 NORTH MAIN 8T., 1 MOHOAN'S BOOK STORE I
Money loaned mid well secured at a s-r cent
Kenl ItslaUr liouuht and sold at niililie anil
Rrlvnte sale. Hente collected, I t-oniluctcii a
rnl I'stulcnnd Auction business In Charles.
Ion. H C, ten years, and will aive oronoil
attention to all business put In my charac,
iiii,.,ii , m
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
General I liiaurau.ee i Agent.
Rear No. go Mouth Main street.
Kstabllshcd 1 Hitn. Ashcville, N. C.
House with 0 rooms and A arres land nn
Men verdant road. Ilk inllis from Loan
Suiiare. A Dill to C, 8. CIIOPKH. in llie
premises. augil Slf
F r IS X I T V ll K.
Wllirll Wi'JII ifi'l ill-i'.-ll I'lM-k
lu'lloiii nil . riuli'i Kikiiii;
il Sill i,ll I'l'ilt lll-l'. t'illls III-
ii'iuli'il il.i.v or niiiht.
Ti'li'lilliHIi'.il.l.V 7."i. Ili-i'llt
JAMI H I IMNK.
-- MKAI KM IN
fAMIt Y GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
fur K.-rni t'rit It Wtioli h Mill
iirth Mm: .Hrv,:ir, N.
SALEM FEMALE AfiMEMY.
OLDEST FE aALE COLL' CE 1 1 THE S"UTH
Till 'Mll . ll tl II. t .1 Im i; tll. A Ilk. II l
1'sih, is'ni u ut-ii r ut .-it M tirrtl.". Sn
.-ml lniiiiii: lit lt'iliiti(-itt nl
Mtrntili, c li.irai'lrr iiutl lnlvllvrt
HiiiIiImiu lh)ir.nii;iil n im.m) i i) l ull
i-iiiiM il rn p n jitiirv. t MlUumir iitnl I'n
t;riihi:i1r I H m t iim nl , IhoiiU tirM t in
ho.u in MiiHir ietuti:ii.iiii,tl 4ini
1114-rcliil and Induct rial Hlitft..
JOHN II. l.liW 'riiii'lMil
WM, R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aftlievllle, Ni C.
I. O. Ho a I.
(Hittir-.r-s to t'ainl Hrtlur I
No. as .North .Main Htreet.
IIAVIt J I ST h licit I VIII i
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY.
CAR LOAD BRAN AND SHORTS.
JIhsoii's t'rnckers) h Npecinlly
At.i. ramus imi.iN i;kiih pmkh.
-mm - si"
. T LAN TIC COAMT LINK
On tifl nftrr thin iintr I hi' fnlltiwitiu hi.
itl.P will lr nin ovrr H ,,Cnhimlt( lilt ltun."
Ni. n.l lnvpn Culumhtn" ft ao p. tti
AriivvH nt Cluirlmtiin.,,,,, ll MO ti. in
Nti. All l'nvr Cnnrlmiiiri ., 7 Hi it m
Ariitrv nt CulumlilH 1 1 .Aft a. in.
Cnnnrctlnit with tinlna tu nl from ul.
IMtlnm on th i'hnrlott. Columhln At Am
viiMtA nnd Culumiil At UmDvlllr MnllrontU
T. M KMItKHON, Dm. Vnnn Atft
I. rnvtvv n- ?.
TM IC i;UTAHI,li LIFIS
AHHITKANC1C HOCHCTV. .
Anmtft , Ul7,lf0,:in,l J
MtiriiluN tfU.HUl,074 Ufl
15. ! Monroe. Aj(t.
ANhcvlllr. N. C.
Oltli-aa Itouth Main trwt, nul3 tlU
A niixUrn lirHt clnim hotrl, lltit iintl vtUl wiitt-r nml hnthn nml tolkt on rvrry floor.
I'li'i'trn-lu (In in cvitv nuiin. (fkii tin- in mluv ittnl Mnitm in hi t 1 rnotn. Office, dining
rHim, liin.li ininiUT. I'ltiiir nm! nv Httitul nnd j;ir find hilllttrd room on tint, floor. Klrv
int Ktnrt i nrx ihikn tlo i i vt t v uo ininiitix, Kit-ltiiHHiil nnd Hnnvillr riillroml tnlhiK bmiNr,
M.ti'itf' '"or mrrild,
RATI-:, Sl.OO PKR UAV,
'A. Ci. II AIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. M. ItRVAN and WAl.TUI liKKKN, C'lt-rkH.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS. INCLUDING BATH FITTED WITH WATER CLOSCT.
rinih(-d lliroiiuliout In ntiunt' unit. I'nrlur :ml Ri'viti.ni Mali tin ut I In Oimrtrr-nut-l
i till. WiilK ilntd wtth l.ituru-itn WiiUtm.
l or lurthiT intormtiiioti .-nil on .
i. II. WALK ICR, No. 5, JcHcrson Drive.
UO NOT FORGET
T WEEKLY CITIZEN
ON Ii V
SI-ONE DOLLAR S
Strictlx in Advance.
$5 l-'or a C iu'. of Six.
Si'iul (liit Dulliir iimi iviicw
your riiiliMciiilii hi at omc.
SMfinl ('(rri'rMM(cn(K in
wry Hii-I iti of Wi'ritcni
HIM.CIAI. I ICATl HI Hi
In the Stiitc.
CAUTION ,v- sr.
VUWil srarrantrd, and rs.rr alr
lius liis ii and prlre iissik ..ll.n
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLIMIN.
Fine Calr mn4 l.ar.4 Wal.rarMf Orala.
Tlw .Ji-ellene. anil we.rlns qilslllMof tkU akn
rsimiH he Is-ller shown llisn liy Ibr stmnii .niiiasa
niruu of lu ibnussnds uf cousiuil WMrrr,
tfT.OO lirnnlna Ilan4-rw.4, an .ksraat aa4
-5 Slill.h ,ln-s Sli.. wliluu cmimelid, lurlf.
A00 llund-.ewri V.ll. A-nn. csll aao
Jliiiisllisl f.ir slyl. ami dursl.llllr.
OM l.iiodrrar Well Is toa uawlaid drwa
J Mi,. apouulsr prlea.
to. 80 f.llrrmaa'a fhor Is espeelilll adapt
.fi rsilnsiil men. rsmiers. eic
all ntaiir lu umsrrsa, Ituitiio and Laea.
hs. hern must famrshlr iwrlml sine. Inlnslwrd
.nil the n-eeiil liiiiiMvrmetiis maaa Uwai ausarka
Ui any shis-s sulil si Ihrse nrlees. " "
Ask irinir Dealer, ami If he esnnnt annpr 70a aaa4
dlreel i rsri.s-r rnekalnc aJ.srUMd prioa, or a
W. L. I1UUUI.AS, Biweklaa, Maaa.
I'l'K HAI.I1 nv
vkavi:h & MVERS.
Itillliir Alirvllir itiirn:
Thnl iiur many frlrmls mar knuw hnw wr
.irr KrllillK nn we will suite thnl wr liu,k In
in lintel nm. Htim-
9,(Mo In v.trc W'crkM.
Iimk In Inst Hnlunlny uvrr 7oll. $7(1 of
lhat was hin. I. luilnnn sturc. Iluit-I rrirla.
I. ml Kit Ihut iln. Ilu'it Il.lllMI arrivals In
.1 month., our st. ck Is tnnniiniitli Run trrt
tonti nml in rn l wlile. Tell Ihr tialani? ol
llie world lo come anil see "nlii fhed" smile,
nml hu rooiIs of us anil save IU to a1 tier
norlltritr M. B. I'llKliKHTRR HllN.
Thi- Aiirld Knitiiius, unriiualnl, nnranllril,
iliinililr nml iH-niitliul
' iiiniilul In I hi- la-st artists.
nml t mil.. In ,,,, u, iHri,, liutlna el.
h.r- at No. ;ir I'ntton nvrnm-. Tunlnu
anil rciwIiliiH n aisnlnltv.
, , , 0. M WILUAVS CO.
TTTHE REST KNOWN RFMFflY
In 1 In A Mi..... .....
ii-Mi or poisonous aiilistutirns. a id
minrniiiMMl nlisuluM. hnrminia.
IS ,r...,.rll, ,y M,v.VlnL".
lllill..s.eiil..riirm.f-o l.ld.N "l la
HUM HALU tlV
RAY80R SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0
TO WEAK HET)
nlfrrtni nnn Ui. .ffsrta of t-nnUifal arrm aarlf
psHlewlsr. fnr hotns sun, FPm?ofTh7lL A
a H asi-eim. and dsMlllsUd. addrMa)
mrw wv a-wnadua, nil!. MMa,
Si.s .i'.-'.s.fc i. -,i.'vi.iel- :fy .. i.- .V . S...!- Mi'. '..