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lac below 1 be aaas, nnVwe enmi anuv'
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'J Jw troubled from childhood with
anaevatedcaaeof TsUer, and three
bottleji of 8. 8. 8. cured ine perma
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, PROFESSIONAL CAR
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Oaten Beea , McAfss Building. ,. ..
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CONOUCT ECHAmCM. GONSnUCTHW.
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A. H. COBB, '
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.Wncc-Overl. rJV 1-uW. Store. South Mala
Pillina- with alKcr or nmulgum....S0e. toTBc,
old..n...-..tl.00 and npward,
rt of teeth ............... - fe 00.
Beat act of teeth .s.uu
I No better made, no natter what yon pay,
lira J. II. Crawford,
' " . Booms 6 aad a, McAfee BuDding, ;
Fallen Avenue. . AaherUe,N.C
f r.ACTics lihitsd to th
Bye, Ketr, Throat nd Note.
nldtf . .
M. A. NEWLAND,
- -. . Attorney at Law, .
Wilt practice m the loth and 13th Jndlrlal
m wnrth f'Mrnllna ud hi the Su
preme Coart and the Federal Court of the
Western Dtatnct 01 norm bnroune.
Tew. P. DAWMon, Taoa. A. Jonas
alelfh. Ja. O. Mirrm, Aueruie,
JAVID80N, MARTIN JONBS, , .
Attoraeva and Connntllon at Uw.
' Win praetlce-ia tbe 11th aad lata Jnaiai
IMatrleta, and in the anprenM court 01 norcn
WMtern biatrlct of North Carolina,
. ana in ine poktw
Conrta of the
. Heier to Bank ot Aeberille.
JA. TBNintNT, .
Architect and Contractor,
Mul anednratloaa aad eatlmatea far-
-i.k4 aA work In me line contracted for.
and no chaikes for drawinsa oa eoatracU
tm iMgl AalrM.
' OOca: No. IS Hendra Bloeh, North 'Conn
. aanare. Aaherllla. N. C. - fcMnaiy
. Hi BJMTM, D.h. I H. K. lUTH.D.D.I,
Dt. Reerea Smith.
:oBNTAt f . 1 brrica
la Coaaaiw aemenns. uer ardwood'i Btora,
' '- Teetk extracted without paia, with the new
aaaMthetlc, aad all caeca of in
r , P.AM1AT. D.D..
la r ... . , .'
Orer the National Bank of ArteriHe, Bar
wrA Bulldlna. . Beatdcnot, Charlotta at.
bnnmwe ana realdaaae property; any klad,
. - aararlea, ta aaT Part of thedty. FARMING
- AMD MIMINO LANtMC ;.. l
RENT l ':1;, '
- lawk a apaatalty sf rentin property aad
eoUattina reata. . If yon" are Ipokiac for
hoaaa, aoaanlt ' aiy baUettn If your hoaee
la Taeaat and you'waat a tenant. Hat It with
nee: 'No taaaat, ao chnrgn, ' ' " ', ( .
- Apply to , 1, ". t.,
i." V;;. Ca Fa RAY, :
Keal Eatato Aaent.
aeptladtf . , ' .
. FREDERICK RUTLEDOE,,.
aa .amm InM letfl ha fronf thlatlma oa
frrnn 'Ota f, Via be find to att, d to any
hnaHeaa -tnil- taeee hour.. 1 will ale be
Iff my HBea an awl oa rrom inivan nnu
anM liiii I win m nle tu .hw an
p'onrtr aarlna' thorn honra Cwm aad let
ee inq th i
,,'-- Bare 'arrarytbaafl In' th Hne ''of
ad era then aa eheap aad deli ret1 theta at
, oar home a qattk ae aay hoaee la the ally.
r'ah Teactabira from tha twaMbry trrry
a. f. , . ' , , .
SOME SIMPLE YARNING,
Titer Battle. Ik t-eavee OfT af
-lew Mr 3rw laj .VlrslnUti
In rhaeliitte CHroiJaW). ' . ':
A number of n tic men were tcatca in
the office of the Mt. Vorhon Hotel, Salia
borv. and"BmonK other matter fell to
diaturetas cropa. Wmle tticrt wti tome
Hehate on theae mat tere. Caat. Resile
aiiuntered la. Capt. Bret lea baa George
Washington blood In hi Treia, through
an nnde on hit great -grundfather't tcp-
mother't M of the hoot. Bertde thie.
be hue a touch of Poeahonta and Put-
rick Henry In- him. Verification of thie
latterfact la amply found in hit own ac
count of hiadarimr and rtoquence.
One of the captain moat melancholy
adventure wa wbctFhe bad cbilla In the
Miaiaippi, Tallc..-He hai-nineteen
chilli at one time, by hi ownonnt,
ranging In muBcneity from the nte of the
Whthingtoa monutneot down to tne
eixe of the eaoUin' veracity. While
theae were on him he leaned, np against
a largeak tree and honk alt th leare
and moat of the branch off it, in (bur
second, tearing for New Orlean be
rear her) the citv at midoilfht, and on
jmMriniF frnm the train, hie earn were
ringing o innouiy jirom xne to
threernntaorauinlne.) that all tbe fire
engine in new urieane mrncu mi,
However, aa tne vaptniniacauu
ilf, be maintained, that Pittarlvama
rountv. Viririnifl. wa the finest farming
country fn the earth, or the water abore
the earth, or tnenre qnaerncmn imim,
"i koni .Mn n nnmnkin ruined in my
ennntv." aaid the Caotain. "roll over the
i T i a. I l- ...el teM fflaa nttar
oaiiai inio inc lhii iivui
for months, floodmR tb entire counvry
which turronnded the pumpkin."
To give you a faint wea now com
rmwithM"he remarKca. i wiiikiw
fin inatancc in mv own wucncitw.
. . . ! WML.,
avrwbtnvriiii mv own famed farm in Pitt-
..WaniS..I wanted to aacertain how
iw4 n mm irrew In one niirht. and ac
cordingly I drove a eta lie mine grouna,
fh Mn ni wnu-n.wii even wilii iuc wra
top. The next morning I prnt hour
searching for the stake, and eventually
tbnnd to my amaaement that the stake
haj thrM, well develoned ear of corn
growing on it and had grown as high
tne corn oao.
Wb. " mntinned the cantam without
tha aliohteat nerceDtible palpitation of
the conscience, "w haveto plant our
watermelon aeeda with tne weiem amo
of horse we can get. I had a man oner
that wa planting tnem on root, ana tne
vine grew up andetrangled bimto death
betore be could get out oi toe pawn.
What Btaa Kotloeav. .
Front the Lad lea' Home Journal.
My dear reader, a man notice a lot
of thing in yot for which yon wonia
never sive him credit. "
He will notice, for initanee, that were
ia a mer on the front of yournlk wmt-
coat, although he may not tell yon so.
He notice whether yon said good
morning pleasantly, or whether yon
tne, hit it oAT.
He nonces warmer vunr nnir ur
enmlnfflw arranned. or whether It
dragged back in a tight knot for comfort
and because yon aon t mina mm ocian a
family friend." or "mcrelv'mv husband."
He notices yonr careless disregard of a
fresh morning dress at brcaklott more
than hu think he docs.
He notices when vbnr skirt it frayed
around the ?ge, and you might-be sur
prised it be were to tell -yon now many
hnttona are off vour ahoca.
He notice every one of your little
point of behavior towardyonrcnuaren(
unit inrlnen von accordinfi-lv.
--J c. ' . f .
He notices that aitnongn yonr oonon
a rerv elaborate one. the atrinsa
are soiled and the flowers need ttraigbt-
Me notice tnai yon arc nm qum w
polite to yonr mother, or at considerate
of yonr father! old age, at yon might
Mv dear friendi. a man noticesautuese
and a lot more, and from these little
thmm in vour aDoearancs ana tout uir
be draw baa conclnsion at to the kind of
womaa you are.
So vou tee, a woman" make her own
renatatioa in the eye of a man, and for
her own sake, if tor that and no-one else.
she can joe t as mcU make it a beaotrfnl
one, as flawless as a part diamond that
has bad the outer parts, that were roagn
and barilv colored, cut nwavand .which
sparkles in the golden circle like a drop
oiiroaenacw, . --
Wtths an was a Centipede.
From the Chlraao Tunes. '
At a party given in 8t. Loui lat win
ter waa a baabral cowboy, who had not
been in civilised society for several year,
and one of the young ladies present kindly
took an Interest in him and tried to make
him feel at ease. He felt desperately in
love at once and the hostess enrouraged
him. Leaving the honae the young lady
forrot ber overshoes and the hostess told
theVonng Lochinvar from the plain
tnaK nc migni rciurn tiiem w oc ijiri u
The herder leaned at the chance and
presented bimseit in due time at tne young
fady't borne. She waa surprised to tee
him, but sheeted him cordially." "Yon
forgot vour overshoe last night," said
be awkwardly, banding ber the packnge,
8be thanked him and opened it. "Why,
there's only one overshoe here," the e'
claimed. ? at' ' '
"Yet, Mitt ,u said the blushing vac-
qnero earnestly. '-I'll- brrag around the
otoer one to-morrow, Jinn t oniy wiao w
God,talM, that you were a centipede."
A Tsmaewreat'a Miotaka.
trees- Smith's Dry Ooods New.
Native, in tbejar wet-"Why did you
let that feller pull yon around that war 7'
Tenderfoot 'How could I help myaeffr
Native "Be mn't no cowboy. We am
hene here more'n a week, an he
from New York city, came a you did.
Tenderfoot "Conssra the luck I If I1
known that, I'd a-knocked the spots out
oi ana.;- .
rtf nt-sj oa a star Vhlaug. ;
IUfftie "CbollyVaMtcbed hit pair of
donkeve against Bertie't cob and Ted-
dy't bronchos." Tbe Major-Cholly
goln'to drive the donkey?" : Regi
"Of con1" Tbe Maior "Than I
the donkey," kVgtrW'Bat I doa'taw
why, donUbernow." The Major -a-
eauae time oi a aina neat two pair.'
CKBATBS many new iuunmt;'
fijVXjt HOBS mtnj ait old tmtiaem;,
, KBVlVbS many a dull buiinem;.
j KESCVBS fSMirr lott buHnti ji
SM rr 5 asajrr a awinj tmmvmm;
. PK" SERVES mmnraitrfbotlntu;
. SncUKBS tamest la aar tuii'nse.
Tin airwtnw ndwtouV. use ( cof.
ar of'lJhr Cauwa." Avry6oo reads
PLATFORM OF PRINCIPLES
Ofttae BUillreMi Ceannalnalea Ctnli
Whereas, Demacrotie promise unful
filled and republican villainy unoccom-
pliahed in practical reult are tbe tame,
the one docs n good the other does ,no
harm. Therefore we hold that "deed and
hot word are the only guarantee of
oeinocrntlcfid.lity." : :
keaolvcd, That we deplore and con
demn the infamous railroad lobby that
hat debauched and degraded the at
evcrnl srssinnt of our stut Icgulutur
and that bos defvatrd the railroad com-
niisston bills before our legidaturea for
Resolved, Thul every consideration of
the state's best interests demand that we
haw a railroad commission; looked
at as an economic ' question, oi
as a political or moral question
the establishment ol a commission ! de
manded by the people, and will never be
settled until one Is iriven them. We be
lieve that thi demand for commission
righteous anil just, nnd n a business
proposition is mcessary to the tate'
beat development and advancement.' we
bold that it i good politic to eliminate
by settlement a question that ia on tne
side of the people a popular demand and
on the aide of the corporation ia a pub-
The lobhv that ba been maintained by
tbe railroad in our legislature of late
Year I a moral obloquy on tbe state'
fair name and fame that ibould ie uioi-
ied dut at once and forever.
Resolved, That webelieve that the gen
erally accepted maxim' of the railroad,
that it U easier to manipulate a legisla
ture than to elect one ia all wrong. We
hold that a fair and square issue of
this railroad commission question
ought to be mode, and'if the railroads
can elect their agent at such, to our leg
islature a ..representatives, then they
ought to go there with the proper brand
on them and be known of all men for
what thry are. .
Resolved, That we subscribe to all tbe
requirement of the state platform of the
democratic party a enunciated last
month by tbe Mateconvention in Raleigh,
and while we denounce and condemn the
Lodge bill, and all other iniquitous legis
lation proposed or attempted by tbe re
oublican party m national affairs,
maintain that a tbe democratic party 1
the minority party it is impotent to
nromuhrate or pass any bentficent or
salutary laws by national legislature,
hntcanonlvuse the best meant in its
power to oppose tbe enactment of bad
nnd revolutionary laws. Therefore we
bold that beta unable to give us what
we tboold have in national legislation
that in the state where tbe democratic
party ia supreme in power and command
that all encroachroentsof corporate pow
er and domination and all vicious po
litical methods shall be nppreed
We give all honor and glory to those
taithful men who did their duty in the
dark day of reconstruction, but believe
that it it our duty to do something in
the living present, that tbe last decade of
the century be no reproach in history on
those that have gone before.
We believe that living and present it-
sues are tbe best stimulus to worthy
We therefore demand that tbe railroad
commission issue be made a prominent
feature of tbe coming political campaign
and that leaders worthy of the cause rise
up and lead us to victory.
We demand a railroad commission con
sisting of three persona, to which ahatl
be given full powers to protect tbe rights
and interests of the people, to have the
power to regulate and correct ail dis
criminations it - freights and other
charges and to adjust a schedule of tar
iff, favorable to tbe people and just to
the railroads and that no secret rebates
Resolved, That weasnbserib to -and
adopt the foregoing resolutions at tbe
fundamental principle Af our club, which
hall be called Railroad Commission
Club, and that we pledge ourselves
ribt to support or vote for any
candidate for tbe legislature in tbe com
ing campaign not committed to and in
favor if the establishment of a railroad
ommisiofl''upon the basis herein set
All citixcni of Acbeville and Buncombe
county holding tbe opinion and belief
contained in tbe resolutions are eligi
ble to membership In thi clnb, and are
cordially invited to join with u and help
u in this movement.
Person desiring'to ioin thi club, ap
ply to 8. R, KhFLBh, Pres.
Or N. Plcmado, Sec. .
YET OFFERED !
Offers for ull United number offta loU hi
vorthwest Wlnstoa. They are within sis
mmatas' walk of the beat Una of street Tars
is tha BoulK convenient to schools, church s
aad stars, haded, mountain view. Pop
klatlo la 1M0. 4,000) ia ltM, ' ' '
A aaJrHoa and ttrea-quartar of oatald
Invested la Wlnstoa tafcui ia 1SBO.
put Into factorial and horns, bulldlnss la
1SS0. to Ihrptasiber. ' Tbrea talleoada hBlkt.
fag tha aaaatry trthntary to Winston, ,
; TlnWk tMkan unHiM buyM
LAST STRIKE AT 0PHD1
Obhlrwa themoBt pfogperons mining
oanip on the western slope of the Bierra,
and Wash Bonner was the must prosper
ous miner it contained. Hi claim, th
"Bins Juniata," wa paring enormously,
and Wash had beooia very popular, for
he gave away hit money a fait a ha
mad It VYafln waa a tan, gooa numorea
UiHonrUn, loan, light haired and sleepy.
No one gave him credit for much energy
or ambition, and the accident by which
he had stumbled upon bis claim when
the camp was first settled waa told tar
and wide at a case of "fool luck."
It happened this wayi The camp be
gan as a placer camp, and oil the "claims''
long tha stream or on tbe flat were
taken np. when Wash, tall greenhorn
of - new comer, drifted in without k
dollar to hi name and stood watching
the ailor company of runaway from
shiramBattFrancisoobay aa they took
out their "ounce to tne man" rrom tne
beat washing in the camp.
"What ore' yon lookin' at, young fel
lowT said the captain of the company.
"Why don't yon stake out a olaimr
"All taken," said Wash slowly.
"Go np on the top of the bill by them
oaks," said the mail, winking at hi com
rade. "More there than hero,"
Wash borrowed pick, went to tbe
place indicated, and in an hour developed
tbe must fumon mine of the district It
waa a curious pocket mine in a loose,
broken formation, and though every
one nuhed to tbe place and staked oari
the whole hubude, no other claim ever
paid tenth part as much at tbe 'Blue
In tbe oourse of time, sa the region be
came settled and men with f axnilies came
in. Wash fell in love with the pretty
daughter of farmer in tbe Sacramento
valley, He reviewed the past, a hundred
thousand dollars had come "out of Ilia
mine, and be bad nothing left to ihow
for it He resolved that if the girl
would bare him he would never want
another cent He went to the claim,
worked all day, struck a "pocket," and
took out more than thousand dollar.
the largest yield of a single day in tbe
history of the mine. Then he quit work,
went to the town, "spruced himself np,'
drove down into the-vaJey, -called on
th girL proposed and waa accepted.
"Jennie," aaid Wash, "you've got to
take me, ef yon want tne, jest as if 1
hadn't any mine- and waant worth
"I do," said Jennie: "it'e yon I care
A month later they were married, and
began housekeeping in a little bouse of
white pine built near 'the mine. Then
Wash began the regular development of
hi claim. For six months he kept np
courage, though not dollar bad come
from it in all that time. They lived on
what was left of tbe f 1,000 after the
weddlngexpenaea were taken ont Then
on day Wash aaidi 'Jennie, the boy,
think the old mine ia' played ont, bnt I
don't ni never give it np while I live.
IU find bigger pocket in that mountain
side than any man ever yet struck in
He climbed tbo bill, and began work
on a tunnel which should strike tbe
broken, gold bearing lodges at lower
point than be had yet reached.
Months more paaied over the heads of
the miner and bis wife. Une alter an
other their friend deserted them. Their
credit gave ont, and they lived on game.
ash and berries, to that the little money
they had could all be spent for blasting
powder. Every morning at daybreak
Wash, gannt and silent, went to hi
work, very night at dark he stumbled
horn to his cabin.
"Jennie,"- he said, "I know there to
gold there. W will find it aoon.
never before worked a month in the old
mine without taking out something.
This deadlock has lasted more than
year. It can't last always. I will find
the lead again, and then ' we will let the
rest go, and bny farm In tbe valley,
where we can forget about this fight"
She believed every word, for she was
loving, loyal woman, and she knew
that this great fwkward Missouri un wa
a man amoug thousand. Tbe very boy
In town hooted after him and called bim
erasy, but she knew better. Her family
had once urged her to leave him and
eome home, but they never ventured to
lufgest it again. Old miners passing
by looked at the claim, and said there
was no gold left. Men who had thou
sand of dollars from her husband, and
owed their entire fortunes to him, at
last refused to give him credit for a sack
of floor or a side of baoon.
"Yon stick by the mine, Waehi ITl
tick by you," was all that Jennie said.
She never told ber husband that ihe bad
son to her brother, who waa rich, and
asked bim for little money to carry
them through the winter. "Not for that
spendthrift Missourian to waste," was
hi answer. ' "He can clerk in my store
if he will give up his foolishness.''
Wash's . hair grew gray and thin. He
stooped lower aad lower. Deep line
were graven in hi face, and hi eye be
came fierce and terrible. Men met him
In the gulohet trapping game, or down
m th stream with hi bah net, aad
passed him by without a word. Pros
pector, climbing over th bills, heard''
the sound or hi pick aa ne wueo. in ma
tunnel, and laughed him to scorn. "Be-
cauM he found a few pocket h 1 bor
ing right into the granite, (jratyasa
loon, and hit wife as bad. - Her relation
ban done everything to help thaw
offered them farm and the beet kind of
a ahow down in the valley,"
It was an afternoon in October. The
sslomkaeiNw sat on the benoh by hi
door reading a newspaper, tie neara
nolsa at the head of the street: tbe vil
lain bov were shooting, "Here comet
th oraay Miasonrian miner!" Wash,
rsMed and miserable, came into sight,
and after moment' hesitation spoksto
him, ... ,. .
"Evening, Mr. Riley.". ,
' "I can't do anything for yon."
"Mr. Rllev. listen to me, 1 hain't
cent the world. We've told all our
goods and worked in th mina together
thi month, Jennie' held the drill while
1 drnv it I cant got potrod of Pow
der, but th holes are ail set mthehoe,
rsady, Something Ull ma thi tim it
wm touch gold. IcMfealUJusabsad.
fv felt it ejl along, but now its right
that, within reach of one more blast,
tell yon, BUey, I know it't thar.", ,
. "Yon'ra oral. Wash." t ' .
"Blley, you've got moony. , Give m
on keg of powder an' ril mam yon a
ifahman. IH sive you half We tak out
Tan dant know how Oa' worksd thi
year. , pve hammered from- daylight to
dark, aoae hungry aad slept aold, an'
feU down in a dead Hunt time and time
or-; P; Wr band tharr" H ssised
f'llWaWlalUaM , fc-Jd it OB
, Isim ttlt Vaaha heart
loose irom it piaoe, and its wild, loua
throbbing mi like the heating of
mighty engine, "Thar," sata wain,
"yon see I ain't for long. That mine'
for my wife. She's stayed with it and
with me. I ought to have dropped it
and put my pride down long ago, bnt
now it't too late. Riley, will yon let me
have the powderT
Wash looked at bis old enemy .end
No one in all that camp understood
the proud, unyielding tool that had set
Itself to wrestle with nature and her
secret The afternoon wore on into
night, and night into morning, and
morning, noon and afternoon built up
another day. Wash did not come back.
Some boys climbed the bill and went
into the tunnel There lay Wash, dead,
at the further end of the tunnel, his pick
in bis hand. He bad gone back to break
his own way into the treasure house, bnt
hit heart had burst in th midst of
giant stroke, aad he had fallen acros
hi own . weapon. There bis wife aad
found bim, and she, too, weak and tick
and heartbroken, lay in faint over hit
Opbir camp woke with a start to some
dim sense of it crime. Tender hands
carried Wash and bis wife out of the
tunnel, and did all that could be done
for tbe poor woman,
A down men went back into the tun
nel from which they had taken the dead
man, and looked at the place where bis
last faltering shook had glanoed off tha
"Boys," said one, "I'll never forget
that I told Walsh he couldn't have any
more powder, not if he died in his tun
nel. Well set off them last blast holes
jest as he wanted, and then well bury
him in here where he dropped."
There was plenty of blasting powder
now to be bud for the asking, and in a
few minutes the face of the drift was
ready for the blast, the fusee set and
lighted, word had. got around the camp
and every man was gathered at tbe
month of the tunnel. A few women
were in the old cabin caring for the dy-
wife. A long aueno followed tbe
i ting of the fusee, and suddenly the
doll noise of the shook and tbe fall of
heavier masses of rock than usual star
tled the miners outside.
They ran into the tunnels with their
lights. The bloat bad opened a wide
path into an irregular cavern gleaming
with gold. Above, below and on all
sides waa the shining, precious metal
The last blast for which Wash bad strug
gled so bravely had revealed a fortune.
Tbe excited miners rushed out again
with a wild shoot A woman met them
with flushed and frightened face.
"How can yon make suoh a noier
the laid. "Tbe poor thing" gone, cry
ing like a baby for her dead man."
The miner drew close together,
shamed and profoundly affected. Af
ter little few of them went back to
tbe tunnel and secured Wash' pickax,
which had been lying against tbe wall.
"We can't bury them here, now," aaid
one. "the mine will be worked again.
They must lie on the hillside, where all
hi old fxienda of twenty year ago are
Wash bad no relative. Hi wife's
brother came np and took possession of
the claim, which tbe miners had protect
ed against all intruders. In few week
it became generally understood In the
retrluu that the wealth of the "Bine Ju
niata' last and greatest pocket" wa esti
mated by conservative miners at quar
ter of million.
Bnt from the day that Wash fell dead
in hit tunnel blight seemed to fall on
th little camp of Ouhir. Mine after
Ban gave ont; miner after miner moved
way. A land elide awepf off the cabin
where Wash bad lived, and though, as 1
have said, the "Blue Juniata" yielded all
that waa expected, and even more, and
founded one of the great Padfio coast
fortunes, none of itt treasure brought
happinea to those who worked it To
day the camp ia deserted and itt very
name a memory. Charles Howard 8binn
in Detroit Kewa.
He Ooafssssd to tb Attaehna.ut.
Polite Debtor (who baa been dining his
principal creditor! hit country home
stead) Well, how do you like the place?
Creditor Beautiful! Charmingl
oonfea to an attachment for the place
Debtor Indeed I
Creditor Yes, my lawyer wfll serve
the papers to-morrow or the next day.
Baltimore Every Maturday.
THE OLD FARM HOME.
V you've been a happy rover
Thraushthaflutdaof trarrant ekrvsr,
frkar Ufs h U a simple round of bliss,
When at era tne aun la sinking.
And tbe stars sr fn hilly winking t
To can can to mind a piotur each as that
Hark! Th. oow are homeward rbsmtnf
Throuirh tha woodland pasture's sloamlnrt
I can hear thorn iraUy lowlaf through Uu dens,
Ami rrom out uta Dowy oinan
Dome. Ih. anftlr Uuwled jingle
And tb. oft rapmlad aoho of the balls.
Strang how memory win sin- bar
Arm. about soma scenes ws brut bar,
and lbs Seeling years but make them strongst
Tboughl wander far aad sadly
Prom that dear old home, how gladly
I recall Ih. cherished soanea of long ago.
Hark'l The sows ars homeward roaming
Thmuirh tha woodiaod sasturs's gtoamlngi
leas hear lham gently lowlag thioush lbs drat,
And from out tha bosky olsgl
Oomea 4b. softly tsagted SngW
aad Ih oft repealed aaho of lb bells.
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THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORU' AMD EWART1
Thla Announcement hoaM Draw
Bl. Crowdasnd BrlnsT. me Dem
ocracy of the Old Ninth to the
W. T. Crawford and H. G. F. wart, dem
ocratic and republican nominee respec
tively for representative to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debates as follows:
Saludn, Monday, Oct. 6th.
Hendrrsonville, Tuesday, Oct. 7th.
Brevard, Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. 9th.
Pigeon River, Friday, Oct. 10th.
Fines Creek, Saturdav, Oct. 11th.
Wavnesvillc, Monday, Oct. 13tb.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct 14th.
Bryson City, Wednesday, Oct. 15th.
Robbinsville, Thursday, Oct. le-.h.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hayesville, Saturday, Oct. 18th.
Aquone, Monday, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highland, Wednesday. Oct. 32d.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 25th.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 28th.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 20th.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. Slat.
Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If either should be unable to meet the
appointment be will have representa
The speaking will begin oromntlv at
menla Can be Heard.
Hon. R. B. Glenn, Stovall, Thursday,
Oct. 2 ; Oxford, Thursday night, Oct. 2;
Durham, Friday, Uct. a; Kaieign, satur
dav night, Uct. : liranam, inesaay,
Oct. 7; Greensboro. Wednesday, Oct. 8;
Lexington. Thursday, uct. : Salisbury,
Thursday night, October 9; Charlotte,
lay nignt, uct: 11 : Aineviiie, Mon
day night, Oct. 13; Marion, Tuesday,
Oct, 14: Hickory, Wednesday, Oct. 15;
Statesville. Wednesday night, Oct. 15;
Asheboro, ..Thursday, Oct. 16; High
roint, inursaay nignt, wet. id, ui.
Aire. Saturdav niirht. Oct. 18.
r Hon. Z. B. Vance, Bryson City, Octo
ber 3; Webster. Saturday, Uctoner ;
Franklin, Monday October 6; Asheboro,
Wednesdav. Oct. 8: Graham. (Fair).
Thursday, Oct. 9; Carthage, Saturday,
Oct. 11 ; Fayetteville, Monday, Oct. 13 ;
Greensboro, Tuesday, Oct. 14; Hillsboro,
Wednesday, Oct, 15; Durham, Thursday,
Oct. 16; Roxboro, Friday, Oct 17) Yan
cey ville, Saturday, Oct, 18; Danbury,
(Stokes county) MondaOct 20; Mor
ganton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22;
Salisbury, (r air) Thursday, Uct. 23.
Hon. A. Leazar, SheTby, Thursday, Oct.
2; Lincolnton,' Friday, Oct. 8; Newton,
Saturday, Oct: 4; Morksville, Monday,
Oct. 6; Thomasville, Tuesday, Oct. 7;
ri..n.i mn wiai nri a
Hon. T.j! Jarvis, Hillsboro, Tuesday,
a . I 7 An. U 1 tl.'- 1
October, 1 ; Yanceyville, Thursday, Octo
ber 2: Reidaville. fndav. Uctobcr a;
Walnut Cove, Saturday, October 4; Win
ston, Monday. October 0,
Hon. H. A. Gudgcr. Trenton, Tuesday,
September, 30; Kinston, Wednesday, Oc
tober 1; Snow Hill, Thursday, uctooer
2: Goldsboro. Friday. October 8: Ral
eigh, Saturday, October 4,
C. B, Aycock, nsq., saniora, fnnay,
October 3; Lillington, Saturday, Octo
ber 4. .
Hon. W. H. Kitchen. PitUboro. Satur
day, September 27; Carthage, Monday,
September zu; Kocsingnm, inesaay,
Countv chaiimen wilt nlecce advertise
liberally with hand-bill and otherwise,
. 1 .! ! ..l.U-1
ana ucmocritic pairs give juuiKy w
ED. IHAMBRRB oHTH, '
Ch'n State Dem. Ex. Com.
For Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Court 1
HON. A. S. MBRH1MON.
Pot Associate Juatlce of the Supreme Court:
HON. WALTBB CLARK,
on sopsaioa covbtjuoobi
latdlatrlct Ono H. BaoWN. Jr., of Beaufort,
ild dl.trict HUNSV B. BUVAN, of Craven.
th district Spina Wiiitaksu, of Wake.
Stb diptrict R. W. Wiimtom, of Oranvllla.
Bib dl.trict b. T. bovbin. 01 sampeon.
Tth dl.trict Jahss D. Mctvss, of Moor,
nth dl.trict R F. AaMriKLO, of Iredell.
loth dl.trict Jno. obav Bvxuni, m mime,
llth dl.trict w. A. Hons, of Lincoln.
oa soLicrroa 1 ,
1st dUtrlct I. H. Blount, of Pcrqulmaaa.
!M dl.trict I. M. eaisiAan. of Halifax
3d dl.trict Jmo. B. Woodard, of Wilaoa.
ath ni.trict B. W. Pou. Jr , of Johnaton.
Sth dlf.trlct B. . FAnaaa, of Alamance,
etb dl.trict . H. Au.au, of Lenoir.
7th dl.trict Fbank McN.ill, of Richmond
Nth district B. F. Loho, of Iredell.
o.h ill.MriH.W. W. n.iaii of Wilkee.
lOtb dUttlCt W. G. MBWLAUp, OI CSJOWUI.
1 1 tb (ll.lrlct F I. Osnoann, of Mecklenburg,
13th diatrict Oao. A. Jonas, cf Macoa.
1st diatrict W. A. B. BeaucR, "of Beanfort.
3d dl.trict W.J. Roonna, of Northampton.
8d Ol.trlt B. r. ubadv, or uupiw.
4th diatrict H. H. Bunn. of Naah.
5th dl.trict A. H. A. Williams, of Granville,
th dl.trict a, B. AlBXAHDSB, of Mechlea,
Tib diatrict J. S. HsnnnasoM, of Rowan.
a.h fll.,.lrV. M H. CO.LU. of WllkH.
tb diatrict W. T. CaAWSoan, of Haywood.
wasa Baby waa ska, w gav bar Cantoria.
Whoa ah was a CUM, the oris tor Cantoris. .
Whan ah beosme Mlm, shs oluae ea CeaSorkv
. P a- w-XTS . .
Aantawte. eBSSS Ootid. 0h
four Wornach, SlSStSSiitm U.
wilboui lajuraws ssewsnoa.
Tea CsaTAOS Ooaejjrv, TT Murray BUaat, . T.
1 ne rorevnost wesjoa or aurosMi '
Unhix ru a cornM-m
, The claims of cocoa as a
useful article of diet are stead,
llr wlnrtlne recotrnltloo. Un
like tea and coffee, it Is not?
onl a stimulant but a nour
isherj and it has the great ad
vantage of leaving; no narcotic
effects. Hence it is adapted f
"BEST GOES FARTHESFf
to general use. The strong
may take it with pleasure,
and the weak with impunity.
aaVAH Horras O000A ranee hne.
anmea saaa") laavas ne buariaaa anMwaa
tatnaiveaarMeak It lane wiadir. Ihei-
Ifoce, that la aD nana e the world. 1
ilanaa lanSaad mt aa an a.sni
at mm or ihmlalaa lar eallr
nMk7mUeeeawadalM.hal.aad eek, neh
dpeae. "LvsM aua lata, wane.-- am
tVAH BUnraarasa eaM-,ur. .
B. CO Fa? IN,
Real Estate Affent.
AND LOAN BROKER.
I NORTH MAIN ST., (N0R6aN'S BOOKSTORE)
Money loaned nnd well aecurcd at per mat.
Real Bstate bought and sold at public and
Erivate sale. Benin collected. I conducted a
eal Ratate and Auction business in Charles
ton, 8. C, tea years, and win give prompt
attention to nil buaineae put hi my charge.
Julv33dlm . ,
(Successors to Balrd It Rector.)
No. aS Nortki Main fStrect.
SUPERIOR FLOUR MANUFACTURED
FOB ODB TBADB, ALL SIZB8,
WE BELL FOR S3.44) PER HOMOllED.
Bditor Aahevflle Cttlseal
That our many friends may know how wa
ars getting oa we win state thai we took at
la Hotel aad Stoea
. ,000 1st tPtTt) WeMatS).
Took tat last Saturday over STOO. - S76 ef
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tered 38 that day. Had a.OOO arrival as
months. One stack fa) mammoth tea feet
loo aad IS act wtd. TaU th balance at
las world to eons aad set "Old Chad" em Da,
aad bny goods of aa aad save 10 to 80 par
aovlSdtf . B. CHBDBaTBB a SOK.
A GOOD GRASS AX3 STOCK FARU,
a miles from AsbevUle Court House.
j Acres of Land,
Good New 9.RMBU aaotjac.
ALL MODBBN IMPBOVBMBNT8,
Paatnra land enough for eight or tea cows ;
balance In meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
aept 39 dSt wit ' "
cool, airy rooms, house newly Bar
nUhed; good tabu
bie, Terms raaaoaabM, OI
street car line.
MBS. I. Ll, SMATHBIB,
Julviaddm . aia Pattoa Ave. -,
TUB EOVITARLE LIFB
Asset ..........................107.180,SO.l t
B. Da Bfom-oc, Agt.,
Ashevule, M. C.
Office S3 South Main etrrct. nmlSdtf
Soma people aaras with Th aun opmlone
about men and things, aad kum proBM
don't ; bnt
body likes to get hold or tne
newspaper which fa never d
ah-ald to aneah it. mind.
Is never Sell aa nlrrer .
DemoernU know that for twenty yeans
The ana has fought m th rrsnt Hue forDem
ocratla prlnetplea. never waweringor wea-''
anlntint Its loyalty totherMmtereaMetaa ,
party It eervca with fcarlcss lateOtsrae. and
dMntenated vigor. At times ophiioaa have 1
ainVrad Mt. iS, beat miaa. of mssrir-e.
lag tha somaioa psapoaal rt Is, not' t e
awn', fault Vit ha. awn further tats Ih sb
' Btgiitsen hswdrad and ninety M W Mar ,
that wUI prpbablr detanahM tha raeeataf has
Preaklential .kartlou 0) las, and v
tint fortune, of tha Demoeracy sa .
tMssantnry. Vlatory la lw b a -w-
hna hvwanseof lani la th kail rial w i-
oat la coatpaav with The twa.
ft,-1 i ii --oiroa to t murm n
L So anaAjs a, rm.,, h-v
MreA a CU XVrnxAJkt3
anrrt OBiw If,
rvry tevsnl htshsa, a If It had tor