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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890.
A troublesome kin ttlaeaae
lcauaed me to Kitich for ten
' mootha. and hii been r-iiml hv
m U a M J
m raw y . UH VI o. O. D.
M. H. Wolff,
'Ipper Marlboro, AM.
I u cured MTerai man afro of
JjtoiwiUtaf In riy leg by the iim of
8. 8. 8., and nave had do symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and all
failed, but 8 8. 8. did the work.
VAVU W. KlRKPATRlPK,
joanson uity, Ten.
Treatlee on Blood Skin Disease
Swift Specific Co.,
A i Inula. Oa.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office R.ora 8, McAfee nuildlng.
Hour. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. nnd 4 to 8 p. m.
Ttlcpone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. O. Box S7. ia Hendry Block,
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM.
MtBce OtctJ. H. Law. More, Kouth Main
" With ku. (Inc.
Pilling with .llvrr ur amnlffam....noc. io7Ac.
" gold tl.oo and upward.
Met or teeth .oo.
Beet act of teeth SH.OO.
No better made, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. 5 and 0, McAree Building,
ration Avenue, Aehctlllc, N. C.
ra.cTica uhitrii to tub
Eye, Ear, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice In the loth and 12th Judic'nl
tn.trtcta of North Carolina and In the Su
preme Court and the Federal Court or the
We. tern niatrlct of North Carolina.
Thro. P. Dannaon, Tho. A.JnNK.
Maleigh. J. A. MA.TIM, A.tCTille.
JJA VIIIHON. MARTIN JONK8,
Attomrr. and Counsellor, at l ,
A.hcellle. N. C.
Will practice in the 11th and 13th Judicial
District., and in the Huiireme Court or North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, or the
Wentcrn IHatrlct of North Carolina.
Meter to Dank or A.hcvtlle. dlael
Architect and Contractor.
Plan., eneclncatlona and climate, fur
al.hed. Ail work In my line eontrnt-trd for,
and no charge, for drawing, on contract,
Reference, when dralred.
Office: No. IV tiendry Block, North Court
qnare. A.heTille. N. C. frblttdly
. H. RRKVKt, P.O.. H. K. MITII, D. !)..
Drt). Reeves Smith.
la Cnanally aunoinM. u,ce KrdwntHl'. Ktore ,
Teeth eitrneted without pain, with the new
ana-alncllc, anil all caaca ol irregularity cor
P. RAMSAY, D. D.M.
Over the National Rank of Aahrvllle. liar-
aanl llullding. Residence, 111) Charlotte .t,
irli'jitrt t v
V..rTR n'.nR NS
uUlhUm S" LABOR
BRADFIELD REGULATOR Ift ATtirliAgi
Improved and anlmiirovrd real rata te.hoth
baalneaa and redden c property! any kind,
any price. In an, part of the city. PAMMINO
AND MININO LAMM.
I make a .ierlally of ranting iroierty and
collecting rent.. If yoa art looking for a
hnaat, consult my bulletin If your house
la vacaat and yoa want a tenant, ll.t It with
mt. No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY,
Steal SCatatc Agent.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
My office hour will he from thl. time nn
from to to I, Will he glnd to attend to any
hu.!.cMi during thru. hour. I will alno lie
In my offirt on nd nn from a to 10 a. m. and
from 1 to 7. I will He glad to .how anv
property during those houn Cam and let
me .how you omt baedaomt property.
17 South Main fltrect,
Hart everything In tht lint of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and Mil then, a. e heap and deliver them at
Tour home at quirk at any houat In tht city.
Fresh vegetable, from tht country tvery
A .rial will ahow yoa what wt tan do.
atptl7dtf HARM BROTH BM.
A LIBEL ON THE WOMEN.
THE IDEA THAT BHE IB EVEN
atlll II will b Remetnberetl toy
Many ofl'a that There are Ex
ceptions to Every Rule aud Per
haps to This.
North American Review.
It ii when n fnir woman ne H ahoi
ping tht she becomes least mlrninible.
Then her hnnd it raised ncjniiist every
womitn who crosses her path. Prom the
moment she pushes oen the swinging
doors of the first retail shop she enters.
and lets them by buck into the face of
the woman behind her, till she reaches
her home again, she has laid herself open
at every turn to the charge of bad man
ners. She has in her progress mndc tired
clerks spend hours in taking down goods
simply for her amusement, when she has
not the smallest intention of purchasing
from them. She has made audible com
ments upon "the stupidity and slowness
of those shop girls." She has swept off
from loaded counters with her draperies
more than one easily damaged article,
which she has scorned to pick up and
replace. She has jostled against other
women and met their indignant looks
with a stony, not to sny insolent, stare.
She hfls needlessly blocked the wny when
others wished to pass her. She has car
ried her closed umbrella or sunshade at
an angle that was a perx-tual menace tn
any woman who came near her. She
has nut up her glass and stared haught
ily through it at the own ot the woman
next her at the bargain counter. In her
shrill ienetratitig voice she has discussed
ill the most public places gossip rellccting
more or less injuriously upon other k-o-plc.
She has, in short, done very little
that she should have done, ana verv,
very much that she ought not to have
done; yet she returns from it all with a
sercner conscience than a mediaeval saint
coming home to the convent after a day
particularly well filled with meritorious
deeds. She wilt tell you complacently
that a man can never lie too thankful lor
his inability in this direction.
From Tesa. Hlftinga.
"The fact is," said old Mrs. Jinks, who
was in Austin, Texas, on a visit, "the
fact is, my dear Mrs. Ilinks, I nnd the
narrowest cscaie from being ruined the
other day you ever heard ol." "How
was it ?" asked Mrs. Kinks, growing in
terested. "Well, you know, 1 sold tiur
house and lot last month, and had the
money ready to deposit in the savings
bank the next morning, which was the
very day of its failure." "Yen, I read
about it." "I slept with my money un
der mv pillow," continued Mrs. links.
"und the next morning when I got ready
to start lor the Dank llie money was
gone. w here had it gone to r ' Nunc
burglars Una taken it during the night.
An hour niter the lunik burst up. Did
you ever henr ol such u remarkable piece
of good luck?" "I don't sec where the
luck comes in. You lost your cash all
the same." "Yes, but they caught the
burglars, and, on condition of my not
prosecuting, thev returned me fifty cents
on thedollar. flic bank only panned out
niicen. 1 nerc s no use uiiKing, uciwccn
savings bank and burglars, I'll take my
chances with burglars every time.
What If You're Bald T
Prom the New York World.
If your hair is not dead or dyed or
blenched you can keep it in beautiful trim
by two brushings a week. For this pur-
IHisegct a uiirlicrs brush that is, a
wooden backed boar's bristles brush, cut
short. The silver bound camel's hair
brushes are very pretty for company and
bureau ornamentation, but no good lor
keeping n wig in order. l'onr ufew drops
ol alcohol, nn ounce altogether, over l lie
scalp to stimulate it. Then apply a line
comb to remove the dandruff, and that
done, brush the head anil hair by sec
tions. It may take a month to clcun a
heavy head of hair, but that accnm
nlished one brushing a week will suffice
And it will not be necessary to wash the
head. Any hair thnt is well kept and be
comingly dressed is ucautilul, out tin
fortunntcly that port of the toilet is ncg
lectcd lor some unknown reason.
Eat Before UoIuk 10 Bed.
Prom the Homervllle Journal.
Moat students and women wlio arc
troubled with insomnia are dyspeptic,
and they should therefore eat la-fore go
ing to bed, having put nside work at
least un hour lielore. II they arc nut
hungry they should simply be instructed
to eat, nnd il they n re hungry they should
cut whatever they want. A glass of milk
and a biscuit is sometimes nil that can Ik?
taken nt first or mnshed potnto buttered
If tHisaible, the night meal should be
taken in another room than the sleeping
apartment, mid lor men in the city il will
Ik lotind Hflviintngcous to go out to u
restaurant. Ilclore eating, however, a
bath should le taken, iirelcrably cold or
cool, which should begivcn wil ha sponge
or still nrusii, and tnc Hotly thoroughly
rubbed off with a course towel allcr-
Obliterating, the Lines.
No thoughtful person can fail to sec
how the lines are lieing obliterated aud
how men arc taking up the work of wo
men and women that of men, nnd both
succeeding, because work itself has been
forced into hrondcr lines by thecomlnned
inllucnec ol society nnd humanity. Wo
men lawyers want to be known bs law
yers, not women. Women doctor want
to lie known n skilllul physicians, not ns
women, and the woman writer sends
out her work under male nomenclature
that it may In? judged upon its merits
and not hnndicapKd by the estimate the
lollowers ol tradition and the inheritors
of prejudice always put iihii work signed
by a woman s inline.
Not a Pedestrian.
Old gentleman "That young man
stayed pretty late last night, Louise."
Louise "He didn't Intend to, pa."
Old gentleman "Didn't intend to ?"
Louise "No. he would have none ear
lier, but he said thnt by waiting a little
longer he could get a ride home with a
milkman, nnd save himself a long walk,"
True 10 Nature.
Prom tht Miirlngltcld Republican.
Little Nell Auntie took me to the mnt-
inrc to-day, and all the Idiot asylum In
mates were there. The mannger sent
them free tickets and put them all in one
.-art of the theatre in a whole lot of seats
Mamie Indeed I And how did they act r
Little Nell Oh, just ns if thry find a
Need a Chanae.
Prom Punny Polk.
Old I'llMlcton, M. I). "Tut tut I
llenr me, you want a complete
change (wrlrct quiet nnd seclusuin,
regulnr hours, mnsculinr exercise, nnd n
strict dietnry scale." Hill Hikes "What I
Why, guv'nor, I don't want to be run in
ag'iu 1 on'y come out a' Toosday.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY KI4SC
TION FOR IKTNCOMHE.
Full and Complete IiiNtructloiiH In
Regard to Holding; It The Num
ber of Deleicates From Each
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of Iltinconilie county :
I'ursiinnt to a call heretofore made to
the democratic voters of the various
townships of Kuncnmbe county to hold
primary elections on the 27th day ol
this month for the purpose of giving the
democratic voters of the county an op
portunity to express their choice of can
didates for the house of representatives
and scv.'rnl county offices, it is thought
necessary to give some sK'cilic instruc
tions, us to the manner of holding such
primary elections, as follows:
First. The democrats of the several
townships arc eurneslly reipicslcd to
meet nt the usual voting place of the
township not later than 1(1 o'clock
on the morning of Saturday, the 'J7th ol
this month. The democratic executive
committee will select two good demo
crats to act as judges of, ami
to conduct, the election. In the
absence of the executive committee or
n failure to act on their part so, soon on
the morning ol the said election as six
democrats shall arrive thev shall proceed
at once to elect the two judges herein
provided lor, whose duty it shall lie to
provide a box or other means tor voting
Alter the box or other means shall hav
lieen provided, each ami every democrat
or other voter pledging luniscll to sup'
port the nominees ol the democratic
party, shall be allowed to east one vote
for a candidate for each of the county
offices and one vote each for two caudi
dates for the legislature. The votes may
lie either written or printed on one nice
of mKT or separately as the judges may
determine belore the voting begins.
Second. 'The polls should In- kept open
iron! iu o clock a. in, till o o clock 11. 111
or later il the judges think it advisable
ur iii-wnstuy, m give vverv voter ill llie
township who desires to do so an op
portunity to vote.
Third. While the election of candidates
for the various offices is luing proceeded
with each voter shall also lie allowed to
vote for delegates to the county conven
tion who shall be in ttuniU'r one dclcuntc
for every twenty-live democratic voles
and fractions ol lilteeu or over east for
Governor l-'owle in the last preceding
election. I he several townships ami pre
cincts will therefore lie entitled to select
the following number of delegates rc-
Ashrvillr Knst Ward
Ik-it ven hi in
Avery's Creek a
Hlm-k Mountain 4-
ruir view r
French llroud it
I.tim-s one 4
Lower Hominy n
keems Creek 4
Knnny .Musn 4
rpiicr Hominy u
4th. It shall be thediity ofthedclcgates
so elected, to attend the county conven
tion which will assemble 111 the court
house in Ashevillc nt 11 o'clock a. in. on
Saturday the th day ol Oi toiler, lNiltl,
when and where thev shall cast the vole
of the township sending them, according
iu un- result 01 mi- iiriiuarv election ifiv
ing to each candidate his proportionate
part of the vote of the township as cast
lor mm in said primary elections. It any
candidate shall tail to receive it majority
of the vutes in said coitulv convention
cast in accordance with votes cast in the
primaries, then it shall be the duty of Un
delegates in said county convention to
proceed to select n candidate lor such
office wherein such failure occurred.
Filth. I'pon the closing of the polls
smti judges will proceed nt once. 111 the
presence ol such votersas may choose to
lie present, to count the votes cast, both
lor candidates and delegntes, and crrtdy
the same in duplicate, and send one copv
to the undersigned chairman ol the
county executive committee, and deliver
ing the others to a delegate elect to lie
presented by him to the aid county con
vention. It y order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mcl.01 n,
C h. Ileni. Fx. Com. lltiiicomlie Co.
D EM OCAtTc01 M I N EES.
For Chirr Justice or the Huiireme Court :
HON. A. 8. MKRRIMDN.
For Associate Justice ol' the Hiiprrmc Court:
HUN. WAI.TF.R CI.AKK.
roK SI'l-KHIIlit COI'KT jriMlKl
1st district t'.Kii II. IIhowx, Jr., or Ih niilort.
!M district HltxHV R. HKVAN. of Cruvi'ii.
4lh district Sl'llta Wiiitakkk, of Wake.
nth district K. W. Winston, of ilninviilc,
ilth district It. T. IIovkin, of SilllMmon.
7lh district IAMKS II, MCIVKH. ol Milttrc.
nth ibsirlrt R F. AHUfllil.h, ol Ireilell.
mtn district I Nil. t.H.w iivni-u. ol Iturke.
lltll district W. A. II11KK, of Unci. In.
1st district J. 11. Hl.ol'NT, ot IVrtiiimnns.
UO IIIMinei J. Al. i.HIZIAKII, 111 IIIIUIMK
,'ld district Jno. It. Wooduril, of Wilson.
Hh district It. W I'm . Ir. nl ..hnl..n.
nth district-It. 8. I'akkkh. ol Aliiniiince.
lltll district o. II. AM. kn. or Lenoir.
7ih district Fhank McNiui.i., ol Richmond
Nth dl.tilet II. F. I.osn, of Ireilell
tun district W. W. llAKliltK, ol Wilkes.
loth dlatrlct W. C. Nkwi.anii, nl c 11I1I will
llth ili.trict F I.Osmiik. l.Dl Mecklenburg
111th district t'.Ko, A. Jo.KS, t-r Mneon-
-W. A. II. IIHANCII
yd district W I, Roiikhs, ot Noithiiiiipton.
.111 insinvi 11. 1. i.naiiv, 01 iiiinun.
4th district II. II. lll'NN. nl Nllall.
Alh district A
II. A. Wlt.l.lAMS.of tlninvllle.
tlth district H,
II. AI.IUANHSH, of Mccklelt-
7th district J. H. IIkniikkson, of Rownn.
Mlh il stllel W. II II. Cotvl.KS, of Wilkes,
llth district W. T Ckawkiihii, ol lliivwoiul.
Tn insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
he handed in by 10 o'clock 11. in.
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In Adltrvllr Hold, rntnrmtr, ilo not ulvc thv
kinMiloin. I will prll thee 11 lot lit 11 rt'iimnitliU'
prlii;. I will lend tltcf tin nicy to errrt n hotitt
thfirnn, I will t n tut it tlu-c In n llrt i'Iiinn itrv
Innurnnrr t'oniMiny. I will wll ymi otir til'
llnll'H Hitr hoiiw nn fen to kt-t'it thv nil tit, lew-
fli, etc., In. If you wntit tn tfttt I will llnil
you it H'xmI tvtiHiit, It vou wnnt your rviiln
rollrctrtl t will i-ollci't than lor you. I will
hoop to mm you noon. I will utlvi prompt unit
rnriH'Mt iittt-iitlon to nil l-tntlm-nN put In my
mimiM, FKHiMtKii iv hi 1 i.r.i't.i,,
Hill I KMftlf Atfftlt,
Mcpt-Oillm ilN I'ntton Aw., A-luvllle.
KEV1SIX, & WAGNEK,
uevraaora to Kopp Hi LlelitrnlH-rgrr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
CoAcca ronated on the premise, ilnlty, nnd
ground for every customer.
Pull Line of Table Huppllcs.
Free delivery. A full line of Feed, riitnlshcd
at wholesale pricea.
38 PATTON AVIJNUIi.
Tclrphone No. 01).
THEY MEET OXTIIE STUMP.
CRAWFORD AND EWART'U
TIiIm Aiuiotiiicc'iiieiit Hliould Draw
llK Crowds aud llrliiK llie Iein-
ocrncy of the Old Ninth lo the
W. T. Crawford and II. G.Ewnrt, dem
ocratic and republican nominees respec
tively liir representatives lo congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debates as follows:
Marion, Saturday, Sept. -'7th.
Old Fort, Monday, Sept. JlHh.
Hysnrtsville, Tuesday, Sept. Moth,
Logan's Store, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Kiilherfordton, Thuisday, Oct. I'd.
Haines' Store, Friday, Oct. lid.
McFarland's, SuttirdMy, Oct. fth.
Saluda, Momltiv, Oct. (it Ii.
Ileiulersoiiville, Tuesday, Oct. "ill.
Itrevurd, Wetlnesdav, Oct. Hlh.
Mills Kiver, Thursday, Oct. llth.
I'igeon Kiver, Friday. Oct. loth.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 Hh.
Wnyncsvillc, Monday, Oct. lllth.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. l l th.
Hryson City, Wediicsday, Oct. 1.rith,
Ko'bbiiisville, Thursday, Oct. Kl'.h.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17lh.
Ilaycsvillc, Saturday, Oct. IHth.
Atpione, Monday, Oct. Ifotlt.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. LMst.
IlighlatidH, Wednesdav. Oct. 2'.'d.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. -Mil.
Candler, Saturday, (let. Uolh.
Leicester. Monda'v. Oct. L'7th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, I let. L'Sth.
Spring Cnvk, Wednesday, Oct. i!llth.
Marshall, 'lliursday, Oci. :iiilh.
Wcnvervillc, Friday, Oct. Hist,
Ashevillc, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If either should be unable to meet the
appointments he will have a representa
tive. The shaking will begin promptly at
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Tht- miMoti HAHAM'S
MK K ill I: K iixi:i i-
lilt liloNt WoiiiU'l'llll llirtl
tcitiv. i4 h'-i'inin1 il Iiiik
tu vtr tiiiUU in tin y in
utiiiiti'. n iniiitcr whui
the ilixi'iiHi-, Iroiu I . I I -HI
)SY to till' MMiilrl
ilitH-imi' known tu tht-human
I'hv M'it-ntifu nn-n ol
to-iliiy clui in mill
prove that every ili
CauHcd by Microbci
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
ixtrrminntcn the MUtoIm-m ntnl itriven tlum
out of the HVNti'in. nnd w hen that I" ihnt
you cannot h.tve nn mhe or pain N unit
ier what the iliHeaMe, whether n simple entc
ul' Miliaria I'cvir or n eniiil'inrii l-.n of ili
eioH-M. we eiirr them nil nt the hhihc time, nn
wc treat nil (IIm-jibcm itintitulio iiily
sthmitt Consunifttian, Ctiturth, limn
vhitis. A hen mnt ism, Kitttnv mn! L'tvvr
IHsvnst Chills jiikI I'wvr, I't'inuh'
Trttnhk's, in nil its thrws, mul, in titvt,
every IHsvunv kntn to the liiiinun
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Her that our Trmle-Murk
(mt tnc iim above)
nplHunt on ruch jum
Kenil for hook ''Mixtory
of the MUtoIk-
Killer," Kiven away by
J. H. liRANT, Ph.
St ilc A milt. Artluville, 1
novl 7 (11 v tu Irl un
ProvidcnT - SavingS
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
OF NEW YORK, IS ATTRACTING WIDE AT
TENTION FOR THE FOLLOWING
1st, The Increase ill the llttloiiiil nf new bl-
siiratice ill I SHU w us lllls r rent, over Mint
il the prevlulis year.
nil. New liniiuss in I HSu, nearly twenty
tnlllions of ilnlliirs.
aril, 1'he rutins of payments for lieiiih
Clnlnis anil Kxik-ii-m In ihiiihiiii at Risk nre
l.tlWIilt tlum those nt tin- olilisl mill lamest
Life Insurance Cuiiitia' les nf New York;nnil
the Katius of Asiets tn l.liili-lltlcs in the
I'roviilent HiiiIiiks Lite arc I.ANtiliK, Ih-Iiik
$Jini fur i-n-i v stoo of l.iiihllltles. w hile Iii
llie three luruest of the New York Compii-
III. the Hnttns arc as $l'7, SI 1 H nnd SI OH
toevcrv si I nl 'their l.uilillltles.
4lli, I. lie Insiiraner at ACTt'AI. COST.
that lirlnus liisiiraiii-e nlthlil the rrneh ol
many Ir.-retnlnrc iiimiile n enrry It.
otll, It ni'leren-ts one llnlf llie prleccluirued
for it ill the "I lest l .1.1 St.vle I. he Companies,"
whose csH-r!enee proves tllllt hlirilly .'III H-r
rent, of their rreiiiluin Receipts wen- neces
sary to Insure the lives of lll.lr Policy holders;
while tiic tiiilmiec wns used for aomethliiK
Isv hcsiili-s hiHiirnilrc.
lltll, Past eS-riellee shows thill the belter
the plans of the Society are known, tin-
Krenler Its Income tieenmes.
To know Kluil these plans nre, cull nt the
Comi'iiny's otllec Iu r.reenslioro, N. C.
J. S. JONES,
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Una received n line lot of
With the Inlest atylca nf handles allver
plated and nililiied. Also alarire supply or
Of tht Lateat Uditlona.
To n fortnin extent (Miornl
mlvortisiii", crcatfH a want
It iiiinounci'H now tilings iukI
fjiiuiliiii'izcH tho )iililii: with
old oim?h. Gonoi'iil ndvortis
in in of ns o;nat vnluototlio
mivortiHor in kocjiin",' iiiioh
tnblishod ni'tielo boforo tli'
public as in introducing n
now one. 1 ho most huooosh-
fill linsinosH inon ronlizo tins,
and tlioy novel lot tho publM
foi'tict their exist 01 too. Tin
oft-ropoatod iiHsoi'tion that
ml vert iKoniontu are not rend
in proved to ho a lie of the
nioHt senseless kind by tin
advertiser's record of results,
The Holly Cltlzt-n.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Ashevillc and its ieoiile.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend by a greater number of s-ople
than !) other secular pnicr in the
Is always filled with the choicest rend
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses lill their rooms bv ad
vertising in the l itizi-s.
News, nnd all the news, makes the ClT
ii:n it general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
sueceii without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizun pays
tne advertiser an nuiiilrcil-tolil.
A N I) 11 E V S ! !
lo.-. mileM went of AxheYille on the Murphy
linimh of the Wmlern North Carollnn rail
roail, HI milen etint of Muriihy, tthmited In
the lunri of one of the nioHt henutiful tinil
lertlle vallt-vH on the face of the enrth. Snr-
roundeil by hili niouiitninii eovtml with
virgin forentH of innKiiiliei-nt tiinher. The
town site iiimI many iiiljitiniiii; neren hnvr
lately been proveil. h exit nive tiritiKt. to Ik-
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE.
white Hint coin ml, of very line quality.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS TH1-: Kl.V
to the siliiiilimi. Nontliir town near. I ll
locution is nil that coiilil iH-ilcsircd. Alliliiil
I will feet lllmve the sen.
rent marl le ((tiarrleH, fiirnitiitv fui torim.
cxtcnivc taiintTie, c iv Suinuier mnl
w inter rcnort.
LOTS ron SALE.
(IX TI'I'SIIAV, tl:PI I'MIII R TIM! .'loTII,
Till! IIWNIiKS Wll. I. Kill. I.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
ns many lots ns the sople w nnt, not rcccil
iilu -too choice Imsiiii-ss ami n-sliU iu-i- Ints, to
the lushest Inildcr, aud on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
oll'eriiiKii miiKillll ent opportunltv forevcry-
lindy to make tnoiu-y, nn a small or laruc
scale, nccoriliiiK to the nililllH-r of lots pur
chascil. Stvure iimH-rlv ill thin Ikumiliil I n
Ivy while ynu vim. A'rim rr mtra mi
Kitilnwil Irmn Asltcvillc ami iiriiivipul
TICK MM Ol-' HAI.Ki
nn I'm It cash. Iiulnnce I, il, :t mid ycais,
at six s-r cent. Interest.
l-'or plats ami all other lliloriuiillnil upptv
Gwyn & Went,
AftlicvlIIc, N. C.
iiuJL' ilimpiO nion vc ri
Nt wH and Hciitliiivnt inul tlic
HchI I'iiiutly Journal In
The tvrekty eilitloti ol the HpritiKlUI.I
iMioim.) Urpiihlknn, n-eenlly t-nl.irut'il to 12
pnuin or h l-eohitniiN, tiilurO the lit ve klv
iH'MpnHr ami niniity Intiinnl eomliineil In
theeountry. Il l nhh aii'l earel'ully eililot.
Iu aihliliiMi to n lull n-vicw ol iln new-t evert
week, It liiriiitu' n vunt antoiiut of iuterel
thiK, I'liu rtainltiH ami vnliiiilile niulliiu nuil
ter, eiuliraelim n riih literature ilepurtimut,
Htoriex lor the younu anil olil, neruioun ami
rellh'lnuii Hewn fiml ilioeuMtloii, h pee a I corn
pntuliute, well w HI tin ililortiilt, n ilepart
uii'itt for wiiuteu, unoihcr for lnrnu-ru, tiewn
of the then tern ami uporw, oriiual amine,
leetitl poetry, rri'iiieul upceiul urtlelin, vte .
etc. It In koIiI for
i.v mt a vi-: ik,
or IHiviitFt a tn nntli lor nhorler periinln. Heml
for ii tree mini pit- eopv. AH nulixt-t'lptlon-i pn.v
able in iiilvnuec,
Aihlremi TIM! NKIM'MI.IC ,
Mi plftiinttt t Hprlnuiiehl Marnt.
ICa COM IN,
Real Kntate Acnl.
AM' J.rAV HKoKHH,
3 NOKTH MAIN ST., (MOKQAN S BOOKSTORE
Money loaneil mill well pt i-unil nt H ikt vent.
Hen) lUlnte bouultt nml oolil nt public nuil
Krlvnte mile. Kiitln collected. I eoiiilueteil a
enl I'titute nml Auction biHnrAnlu Llnirlrfi
ton, H. C, ten yenm, nml will Klvr prompt
itttcnllon to nil hunlnem put In my i-hiuxv.
TH1C KUl lTAHLli LH Ii
AHHl RANCi: SOCIICTY,
K. U. Monroe Agf.,
Anhcvlllc, N. C.
onicc nu South Main street. uJ3 dtf
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
WentcTH North Curolinu l)iviniun.
PAHSIiNtWiK TWAIN HCHItlH'LH
(In lipiKCT AuctiMt :il)
7 ftth Meridian turn iihi iI w luu not otherwlut
uriopni n i uutn
5 ."1 :intn I 0 4-'iiii
u;ii.uiH i io2iiiin
" Hiehmoml, 1
" KaUiKh. T
1 1 ritii I 7 :tram f
I'-Tipm I mm ni
" Lynt hlmrtf,
' New Vork,
W KriTllOl Ml,
Iv. New York,
' Wa-tiitiK n
" le.vuehliiii t.',
1 ii LTipm
I I Tiain
I I 'J r n in
h J rutin
I I oiii-m
" Kit itiiMiiid,
4 I-.".Mil 1 1
1 .'tnnin l'
MMUh liter. I
I 'J trin ni 1 1 1 LTuiin i
7 L'.'aiu I 4U2itu
No. M I
ti I., inn l.v
loini inn i A r.
41 iml '
A. Sc tv K.
I No. r.4
AHht ville, Arr.l "on p in
iieiinerMiiiiviiie, IH7 p in
Spar-tanhurhr. Lv.j H4u p tn
Ml Kl'll V ItHANi. II.
Ni. 1 i i Imily except Sumlny.) Nt. 17
13 niu i.v. .Miievilk-, Ar.t 4u," p in
- I'ini '
tirvMni Lily. " 114.. a in
Arolrew", I. v. I ri.liia in
No. . ami ."I. I'tiUman Sleemrn between
Knb-iuh ami MurriNtuw u.
Nut., r.'.' ami ..;t I 'ii 1 1 iTittl Hn (If I Sleeoinu
L'lir- betweni Mot prMl ami W'iiihittKion.
. . A. V 1MU h , I'. I' A ,
AMhvville. N. C
i AH. L. TAYI.dH.ti. !'. A..
' .-hlHL'tl i C .
Paiacc bTtMi. Low Rarcs.
Four Trlp pr Ws llmw.i-n
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAMD
Every Wit-fc 0y liotwfn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
hm'ltl -iMuj TV.lnt t Jui.il, July, AuifM
Ooubl'- Dkttv aw Ito'wn
CHICAGO AND ST, JOStPH, MICH.
O'lR ILLUSTRATCO PAWPHL T'.
KlttNIKl ElHiral n Tl'le'-will b-fn-t.ultiU
b. v"itr Tickt, Aciut. i r dii.
t. B WMITCUWU. 0. K A., OttMt, V -.
O 'tr.ilt and Clvlnnd Stinm N:t. C
Street Car Schedule.
IteKiiiuinu at 7 n. m. I-Indiiitf Io.imi p. m
Cur lenveH St pi a re for nil point on the
hour, an. I twenty unit forty minutei. there
alter. Schedule ear- connect lit Sipinrr.
Train cur mnl hnKKuuc car meet everv
train, due valine nlloweil each meuKcf.
ItttKtfMKc traURierretl from ull (hmiUh tn the
city for ivntN.
Till, ASIILVIl.l.l. STKIiliT RY. CO.
Chicago A: A 1 ton U.K.
I'ASTIiST KiH'TK TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Awhevllle to KiuiMot fit y In H7 hour.
Alievlle lo lnver in M hour.
Ahe ille to San Knniiivn, Cnliloniln, nnd
1'i.rtbiml. i in ijoii. In fi ilav.
Soldi Ye1ibiilel Train St. I. mi in tu Kfltl
n Citv Ut elininu ehair ear lre,
l-'tir lull iniortuatioii call un or write to
II. A. Ni-wIhimI,
I'Utrti't rimweticer Auent.
No. o attMi Ave.. Afhevilh. N.C.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CI IIC r.it. Ml I. Y AT KICK A: ST. I'AtL
AM' iNTlli:RN I AC1I-IC K. K H.
Thronuh I'nlbnnn Slevpintt Car linve Chi
enco liiii at " p ui
l-'tirst Caul itii-l Mnim npoli.
" I'uruit, Nurili Imkota.
" Hid an ami liiitt. Miiutana.
" The .lb'Wline Turk.
" SpitkaiM- I'nll- ami 'I aioina.
' I'ortltiml. r L'oti
Ihtt Route to S-attle and nil North I'ueilie
1'he -euu Hue to Culllortiin, via 1'ortlufid
anil the Slmta Until-
Tii ki-I on "alt v er w In-rr.
I'or iiibiitiaibii apply lo nnv Anient, or
fobrra A II i'aki'I vri.H. (temtal I'at.
M'tib'r ttnt. i'litea". ill.. tr I' C. Mnahv.
S'iillurii l'ii-i'iit: i Ak'ul. I iulttlle, K v.
I LAS IIC CliASI 1. 1 Mi
on nml tiller thi date the folbiwinu ehnt.
till will Ih- iiiii ovei in "Colmnbia Mutnni."
No, ."ii Leave Columbia iVl'u p. m
Artlve at CliarUotou 11, 'in p. in.
No, fiif-l.tinm CIiimIiioii 7 in a. nt.
Arm in i. iihitnbia 1 1 .,"."1 n. ni.
Conniviiim with train to ami In on nil
Mitut on tin 1 liariotti, Cttbnnbia X Au
unta ami Columbia ,- imti villi- KallroMilft,
T M HMI'KKON. (MM. Vnnn. Atft.
t. I' lb ;n Hioii.
tUxluniuit lo.ilay the baU'ie buiiieot for
merly tin led on by The Atlieville Sllit t Kulb
way Company lll be coiitiuui il by the un-
il iitKHd under the name of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.
I will Ik- Kind to serve my Irli nils, nml will
Printline prompt iitteiitlmi lo nil ordirstn
triiteil to me.
tiiticent Hln-el Kniluny Cn in puny 'a other.
Telephone Nil. 111. HesK-etlllll.v,
II. M Jl IN lilt, Akellt,
HrlitrmlH-r 111, Intnl.
sept I tl.lt in
Cliciip Km cm to nil I'uIiiIn.
K.MI.KllAll TICKI'.Ta houitht, Bold and
rschaiiMed. All triiiiiuiloii. iituiriinteed.
C. I". HAV,
llppnsltl- Hwiltllinima llnlel. nilttldlf
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
tiirn dnily, eieept Hundnva, Irnm to a. in,
until I i. m., nnd A until 7 p.
The trnna or attlisertptlon are: tint year
tJ; II nui.., (I.noi it nioa., l 1 1 mo., SDcta.i
dnily il eta,
Offlmra for lmio I'rraldrnt, Charle. W.
Woolseyi Vlce-l'reslilrnt, Thoa. A. June. Wee.
andTrrnsurer, II. M. Wntsnni Librarian, Mlsa
II. J. Hatch.
Cltlirna and vl.llora art conllslly Invited
to In.prct tht cntaloant and Inscribe their
aatae. aa member.. an80dtf
.. . ,
o o o o o o "o"' ' o'oT'
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DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Tlien send your order to
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iting Card ean lie execu
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and Western Xorth Carolina
astotheir manner of doing
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