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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1890.
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PROl'BSSIONA L CARDS.
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rHACTIC LIMITKP TO Til
Eye. Bar, Throat and Noae.'
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice In the 10th and tilth Judicial
Ili.trlcU of North Carolina and In the Su
preroe Court and the Prdrrnl Cunrt of the
Western Iri.trict of North Carolina.
I HIIJ, P. Davioson, Ttioa. a. Johns
MalclRh. J4S. O. MARTIN, Asrcvlllc,
J)A V1DBON, MARTIN JONbS,
Attomer. and Counsellor at Law.
A.hevlllc. N. C.
WHI practice In the 11th and lath Judicial
Districts, and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Western District of North Curolina.
Rrler to Bank of Asheville. dtael
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .nedncatlnn. and estimate, fui
uiahed. All work In mv line contracted for,
and no charffea for drawing's on contract
keterencea when de.lrcd.
Office l No. 12 Hendry Block, North Court
Hqoarr. A.hcvilie, N. C. Icbludly
a. H. RBBVKt, D.D.S. H. K. SMITH, D. D. S.
Drs. Reeves A Smith.
la ConnaJly auimiuim.. u.ee Med wood's store,
- Patton Avenue.
Teeth eatracted without pain, with thenew
,. atucthetlc, and all ease, of Irreanianty cor-
" reeled. iebi:dl
P. RAMSAY. D. D.S.
Deer the National Pnnk of Ashrvllle, liar
nard Ruildms;. Residence, su cnanottc ac
.sniiy.r.. sr -labor
PMLnFD TO LIFE riK
Improved aad antmproved real estate, both
business and residence property! any kind,
any price, In nay part of thedty, PAKMINO
AND MININO LANDS.
rnnke a specialty of renting pruixxty and
eollectlns rents. If yon are looking for
house, consult my bulletin If your house
Is vacant and yoa waat a tenant, ll.t It with
me. No tenant, no charge.
Apply to .
C. F. RAY,
Real Eutate Airent
RKAt, EST ATI! AGENT.
My office hour win be from ttiU time on
frntn tn to 1. Will he a-lad to a tic d to unv
bntlaeaa tnrlnt thrae honrH, I will aa he
In my offlce off and on from N to 1 0 n. tn . nnd
from 1 to 7. I will bo fflnd to ahiw nny
property durlns those hnura Come and kt
rac ahow you aJhif hand pom t proiwrty.
- 17 South Main Street,
, - Have everything In the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and sell ttism a. cheap and deliver them at
vour home as quirk as any house In the city.
Prr.h vegetahlrs from the country every
A .rial will ahow you what ws cau do.
etptlTdtf HASB BROTHbRS.
THE DESERTED VILLAGE.
WHKRI! ANDREW JACKHON
FAILED AH A LAWYER
The HlHtorlc Tnwn of Rock ford
on the Yadkin River Silent and
Maleatlc In Hit Mulna Home of
the DlHtliiKulHlicd Men of a I'uat
Prom the Winston Republican
Sunday morning found ur in the old
historic town of Rock lord, which is situ
ii ted on the bunks of the fjrent Yndkin
river. It was once the county sent of
t ii. ii r : 1 1 t ..ii.:.. o . ... i ....
rurayiu, vviinca, i.iuaiii, aun v, oiuhcb
and Rockingham, a little stnte in terri
tory. It wns created by the legislature
of North Curolinn in 1770.
The town wus never very lnri?c. The
old court house and (nil is gone. The lust
court bouse built is still standing, and is
used nt a piivnte residence. There arc
still standing some of the bouses thnt
were built whilst it was the county sent,
The old church that whs built over 100
years ago is still there, and its centennial
was celebrated four weeks ago, 'by its
owners, the Missionary Baptists. In the
graveyard are many distinguished dead,
among whom is Muj. Crumplcr, who
was killed in a cnvalry charge nt Willis'
church, below Richmond, lunc 2H, 18132,
His comrades in arms huvc erected n nice
grnnite shaft to his memory.
At tins court house lien. Jackson rac
ticed law when lie wnsavounu luwver.
With all his crcnlncss he never nuu'lc
success ns nn advocate mid a lawyer. It
is said he could not pay his hotel hills
lv his urat'tice. Near this place the
greatest common law lawyer that was
produced in the southern Btnlcs and
probably in the United Slates Chief Jus
tice I'carson hud Ins law school trom
whom many streams of intelligence hnvc
(lowed, and are now making their influ
ence felt nil over the south. Here Judge
Mitchell that pure anil tlistinguislied
judge once practiced. Here thnt shrewd
Inwver anil the wisest pruetioucr that
ever graced the bar in North Carolina
Judge Uovden, first took his start find
afterwards showed himm.ll to lie one ol
the foremost ninipiius lawyers in the
State. Here the lute I. A.Uiliucrnrncticcd
nndgaiued liisitrrutuouulariiyiisna able
lawyer, n fine advocate, nnd u sale conn-
scHor-aHere the cliKUcnl ' Hull Mcl.iun,
mndc his clarion voice nog in the court
house and wns heard along the banks ol'
the beautiful Yadkin. Here, that big
to utter words of wisdom, truth and so
berness. In this place Louis Williams,
a member ot coiiltcks lor itoout twenty-
live tears in this distnet, ottcn Sioke to
The old town lies silent nnd mnirstic
in its nuns.
POETS OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Home Remarks) Drawn Out bv Col.
Prom the BlUabeth City Bconomist,
We were glad to see that dear old Bro
J. D. Camci'on delivered a lecture recently
before a Lyceum in Asheville on the poets
of North Carolina, bemuse it indicates
that his heart is still young nnd that it
sometimes turns from grovelling and
consuming cares to the imaginative antl
n-sthctic side of life. T'e subject is sug
gestive and comprehensive. ltisco-cs-
tensive with humanity, for no man is I
born who hns not within him the poetic-
instinct, that divine afflntus thnt dcvcl
oiw with the oiicning eye and ear of in-
Inncy when it first sees the expanding
flower bud and hears the note of tbe syl
Thetpuitation which ProtherCnmcron's
lecture nt Asheville contained has more
significance than is generally attributed
to it. I'ocin nnnitur orator nt, does
not mean alone that a poet is nature's
handiwork and nn orator the creature ol
man's diligence. It means that when n
man is born a poet is liorii that every
mun and woman Is a poet, some arc
more completely ctiiipicd than others,
nut every one win incuitirs com-
plcte is born a poet. Prayer finds ex
pression in the upturned eve and the
noetic instinct is seen in the glancing eye
from earth to heaven, is heard in the coo
ol infnncy responsive to the sylvan song
ster, or the smile of gladness that re
scinds to the oiicning buds. I'octrv is
an emotion, an emotion glowing from
tbe heart nnd planted in the Ixisoin ol
Sometimes, olten, it finds
vent in lyric song, sometimes in heroic I
epic, sometimes in idyl and sometimes I
low doggerel. Hut it IS existent every
The Albcinnrle is lull of pocticnl sum-
mcr singing birds that the world knows
nothing of, and so with every with imrt I
of North Cnroliiid. Governor Irctlrll
wrote good noctrv. His tribute to the
memory ol the lirst Mrs. Uitilucr isa gc.n
ot emotion. Jnmts K. Crrecv was a pro-
lific poet nnd his hook ol prose nnd imk-1
rv "hectics ot the South ' contums
poetry of ininiitnble humor and some
of deepest thought upon gravest sub
jects. The twin sisters, Mrs. Wright and
Mrs. Hunch, wrote noctrv thnt wan much
commended, upon domestic nnd social
subjects. F. S. Proctor wrote much both
in iioctry and prose, and some ol his
. Old Lem
i di.trict In
lioctry was tar above medium,
Sawyer, who represented this
congress was a persistant simrrr,
pare the living, but tl.ey arc found in nil
lasses and stnucs of life, on everv brunch
anil in every household.
"One of (ho Finest!."
Wc hnve heard mnny times this and
that was the Finest on linrth, even n
"piny" culled "The Finest on Ivarth,
but at last we have found it. The fa
mous Cincinnati, Hamilton uud Dnvtnn
railroad is the finest in the world, run
ning H passenger trains a day between
l!?""h" lH"1' Tolc,,'
Detroit, Michignn, and Canada points,
Indianapolis, Chicago and the north-
west, Keokuk, Springfield, St. Louis,
Kansas t-ltv a) n the west. The hni
track nnd finest trains in the world, vrs-
tibulcd, heated by steam from the engine,
lighted by electricity, nnd tbe finest din
ing car system in the world ; parlor enrs
and slcecping cars. When traveling ask
for tickets via the C. H. & 1). or write to
Ws, A. Winnihs.
Southern Pussfnasr Airent.
V. 0. Box 420. Chnttnnoouu. Trim.
Forsnlc one vacant lot In Western
pnrt ol the city, near the cotton factory.
Apply to W. M.Ianvis.
at Hcnrdcn, Rankin & Co.'t or . to C. 0.
l)err, Stanley's Crrek. N. C.
TO WEAK MEN
imata of tronthral arrora. auit I
4aoay, waattag wtaHnaat, loat manhood, at. Iw ID I
and a falaabla traatiaa laaalaa) oontalailna rail
Bruin. ian ror noma ear, p MmM or anarga. a
laadld Mdial wort. aatildba read bj wary
wn a mm luiM uii iBsywiiisMva. aaanaa)
UW.V. nffUR, Msjslsav CSSUS.
ov6 da t
browed, honest counsellor uud strong 7-J, . K ! t hem niak. .T.lv . - 1 V -ycucviiie, .Mominv. t. la;
n.lvocate-llurtlett Shimi first commcne- t . . . Greensboro. Turadiiv.Oct. 1; II sboro,
"V voiaie iiurtiett snipp.nrsi comrncni- yOTt(et not fn,n, tie ilutt venM) thst n8muilt Weiliicsihiv th-t 1 1 linrlumi Tln,r,l.,v
ed to practice. Here Gen. Franklin, the .terthn hnn,n mui .i ytetiiicsoay,tM.t. i., itiriiiitii, inursilay,
crandfiither of our nresent wise nnd uru- n,rln DO,,"J' fS .1? ?" '"i Koxboro, Fndav.Oct. 17; Ynn-
granaiutncr oi our present wise nnu pru tha oneness of Christ and His disciples, ce.-ville Sntnrd.iv Oct 1H- linl,,.rv
dent judge, Jesse A. ornvrs, wits ncnrii n-.thee. I win that th.,. .t, nm t.limi h.at I .... . ..' ' ' . . '
THE LORD'S HVPPER.
Lcaaon II, Fourth Quarter, Inter
national Herti-H, oet. is
tOompllnl from lnn IIr-ljnr Qunrtxrljr hy pw.
iniMioa or it, a. uoreinnn, pubiuiier, fuiuulet
Wsphhs bynnnytnnst Interesting Inoi
dents In the. Inst d .ys eruthn cruclllxion,
and ull HlMgrt'iittllacoursti on the Mount of
Olive concerning Ills coming ngiilu and
the end of tliu iuo, itud urn brouttht In tills
Irwon to Ills iHHt pnHHovur with Ills disct-
plt'H tlie nlula bcfuiu llu wiui crueillod.
T. "Then otma the day of nnleaveneil
Dread wht 'i the piiksovit nitrnt lie killed,
Ur, as iu the tint verse, "The (titwt of un
I .. , '
lenventHl hrcad drew nigh which Is called
This takes us back to Ex.
idi, where wo have tlie record of the hut
otffht In fCgyptlnn honthtg and their de-
llvernuee liy the tulKltty power of liod,
8. "And lie sent Pater and John, saylna.
Go and pn'pai" us the pawnver, that we
muy cut." Tlicw two we have found spe
cially privileged on several other occasions:
at the mining of the ruler's daughter
and at the trnnstlgnratloii, and wo shall
find them uyalii m GetliHeinnne. They also
aiw tue proniliieut two In Auu 111 and Iv In
connection with the healing of the lame
man anil the oouversiou of live tliuuHUud.
V. "And they said iinlo Him, where wilt
Thou that wc preparer" Thlwls im It al
ways should lie with a disci nle of Christ.
Where wilt Thou? What wilt thou t Not
as I will, hut as Thou wilt. Tby way, not
lO "Inil llu ,t.l iintn frham H.UU
when ye are entcrwi Into the city, there shall
amnn meet you hcartnga pitcher of water;
follow ul in into tha house where ha en
terotb in." As when He told them by His
omniscience Just where and how they would
nnd the ass and the colt; and as when Sam
uel by the sama omniscient spirit told Saul
Just whom he would meet and what they
would say anil do (L.ukn xlx, no; 1 Sara, z,
4-0). Ho now knowing all things lis di
11. "And ye shall say unto the good man
of the limine,. The Master salt b unto thee,
where Is the guest cliamlwr, where I shall
eat the piuwnvw with my diactplcsf" He
not only tlls us when and where to ito and
bow to net, hut Ho also tlls us what to
say. In the gospel hy John Ho very often
siHiaks of Himself as sent by the Father.
nnd not only so, Ho any the Father gave
lllra acnminandniont what He should say
and what llu should siwak (John ail, 4U).
So when He sends His dlaclplus Ho tells
them just what to say (Matt, x, 7, 111; I,uke
xlx, 81). lieu the prophet were sent
forth they, too, were siieclully Instructed
to speak only the Lord's huhmih.1' (Jer. I, T;
trek. II, 7; Hag. I, W). And well would It
be for nil preachers and teachers If they
were always t he Ixird s messengers, speak
ing the ixini H message.
la. "And he shall show you a lante up-
glven mo be with m where I am" (John
xvil, 24). Here Is a willing owner of
house; It looks as if ho iniiMt lie a disciple;
be will offer a large furnished room, and do
It cheerfully. Are our homes as cheerf ully
placed at uieaiasicr hiUbikmuii, and Is every
thing excluded from the home that He
would not llkof
18. "Anil they went and found as Tie had
said unto them; and they made ready the
passover." rrnm.pl and cheeful obedlenos
Is our part aa Ilia followers.
14. "And when the hour was come. Tie
sat down, ami the twelve apostles with
lllm." It h Uod there la a time for every
thing, and He is never too fast nor too
v hen the fullness of time had come
He sent forth His Sou." "He hn appointed
a day In the which He will Judge the
world" (Oal. Iv, 4; Acta xvll, 81). Many
a time they tried to tnka Jeans to put Him
to death, hut they could not touch lllm till
the npiNiinted time came, and then He gave
Himself Into their hands. As to our salva
tion, the time is now: today, if ye will hear
His voice; the hour now Is, when they that
bear sluill live (Ian, t. life II Cor. vl. 8:1
Heb. ill, Ift; John v, 8.1).
IS. "And Hv wild unto them. With da.
sirs I have tlesircd to eat this passover
with you In-foro I suffer;" or, as in the
margin, "I have heartily desired," Wei
thluk of Him at the pnsoover, at the age of
la and at the nrst passover of His nulillo
ministry. Wo look away back to the Bret
paoMiver In Egypt, nnd think of tbe one In
tha wlldorutaw, and at Ullgal.and the Brent
ones oi llexeklnn and Joslab anil txra; but
this one which He desired so greatly to eat
wit h tham wan the Krvateat of all. for It
was the fulllllmunt of all, and He who now
ata tt with them was on tha morrow to be
Himself slain, I he great autetyne of all the
k . . . ,
paoaoven. that were ever kept, tbe true I
Laiubof God In whom alone la redemption I
Uud deliverance from tha great tmpreaHor.
la. "For I any unto you, I will not" any
more rat thereof until It Iw f ulllllul in the
Kingdom of Ood." If Ha is the true
Paachal liinb, nnd His death alimit to be
accomplished, tho fullillnieiit of all the
types, then what is this that He says about
a fiilillb t In thn iciii.li,i .r :,! ir
tha chunk Is the Kingdom, as so many
teach, and the Kingdom has already coma,
then let some one who so believes plenae
explain this verse. Hut U tbe Kingdom Is
postponed till Ills return, an lit tauitbt In
chup. xlx, 1 1-1 At and if at Ilia return there
Is to be a groat gathering of Israel, from
all tha corners of tha earth, as all the
prophets tench; and It It shall Iw acconllna
o mo days of their coming out of Kirynt
l - uo - vu, mj, men ii seems to me all plain.
17- And Ha took the cup, and gnvs
.nans.., an i anio, raae mia anu uiviua it
la. "ror I any unto you. I will not drink
of the fruit of the vine until tha Klmnlnm
of (i.sl shall come." Then shall all Israel's
lost nays iKwoine joy anil gladuiwa and
cheerful fensta, Then the ransomed of the
lnl shall return and coma to .Inn with
soiigsaiidrverlitsllng joy upon their head.
i ary snail onmiti joy ami gnuliinw, aud I
sorrow and sighing shall Dee away,
I. "And llu look broad and gs
thullli Mying, This Is My bocly which
ll li to I
Blvan for you, this do la remembrance of
Me." HhvIuk kcMit tha paiwover Ho now
liu.tittit.sN a new feast which we call The
uim s PiipiH-r, ur 1 lie l oiiiiniinlnn,
HO. "Llkewhw also tha cuii after aunner.
saying, This cup I the naw testament In
My blood which Is shed for you." In ths
same sensn that Hi. la tha dune, tha tri
linn, km m un-iMi, in iiinb atmseoniy is
tha bread and wine Ills IxMy and blooiL
and we partake of each In grnfnful reinem-1
orance ui tun suilerlnis for us, whereby
ws become mi'nils'rs nf Ilia Issly, and look
1 V. Ii t l7i'.'at toi!-?rf ".r-tL"! .l
pk"''' - ' . thinks Hh! bin.
shed for us. mid pray to be such fidthful
witnesses that e shall ha willing to ami
our testimony with our blood, not loving
Palacx Stiamcsj. Low Ratcs
rmir Trip, par Walk ttaiwe n
DETROIT, MACKINAC INLAND
arat4Mkajr. "anil ata nuna, ana Msta
artery Week Da aWtwaai.
DETROIT AND CLEV'Jl.AN'i
SpsHsl SmsAst THf. . i.s., Jalf , AsssN mi an..
DnUo Dalle Llu. B w-hhi
0HI04.QO AND 8T. JOSEPH, MIC!;.
OUR ILLUSTRATBO sW!PHI. T-
HatMssS a.'ttirnn Tlok.t. will lis (it i,buiHU
bv ynnr Tleae' Aanat, or atidrMi
t. I. WHITOOMB, 0, P. A DlTsmr. Mils..
Detroit and Cleveland team Nat. Oo.
I -- - - i i ,,,L,.a ni,,il I ,i,,ni ni I 1. . ' Jf I II...
THEY MEET ON THE STUMP.
CRAWFORD' AND KWART'B
Till Announcement Hliould Draw
lilK Crowds and Drlt.tr lite Dem
ocracy or the Old Ninth to the
W. T. Crawford nnd 11. O. Bwnrt, dem
ocratic nnd republican nominees rcsjH'C
tivcly lor representatives to congress
from the ninth district will hnvc joint
debates as follows, if Hwart doesn't hack
Brcvurd, Wedncsdny, Oct. Hth.
Mills River, Thursday, Oct. 0th.
Pigeon River. Friday, Oct. loth.
Fines Creek, Snturdny, Oct. 1 1 ill.
Wnynesville, Monday, Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14-th.
Ilrvson Citv, Wednesday, Oct. ITith.
Rolibiiisvilfc, Thursday, Oct, lO'.li.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hnyesville, Saturday, Oct. lHth.
Aqnone, Monday, Oct. If t li.
Franklin, Tuesday, Oct. 21st.
Highlnnds, Wednesday, Oct. l2tl.
Humburgh, Thursday, Oct. -J;id.
Candler, Snturdny, Oct. 2.rith.
Leicester, Monday, Oct, U7th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. L'Kth,
Spring Creek, Wcdncs'dav, Oct. aitth.
Marshall, Thursday, (K t. ,'IOth,
Wenvervillc, Friday, Oct. (list.
Asheville, Snturdny, Nov. 1st.
If cither should lie unable to meet the
npiMjintmcnts he will have a representa
tive. Theswnking will ls?gin promptly nt
DEMOCRATIC HPIUKINU, I
Where and When Telling: Argu
menta Have Heen o. Can be
Hon. R. II. Clenn, Slovnll, Thursday.
(X-t. 2; Oxford, Thursday night, Oct. 2;
Uurhnin, l-rnlav, lct. n; Knlciuli, Satur
day ninlit, Oct. 4: Graham, Tuesday,
Oct, 7 ; Greensboro, Wedncsdny, Oct. N;
Lexington. Thursday. (X't. : Salisliurv.
Thursday night, October 0; Charlotte,
Saturday night, Out. 1 1 ; Asheville, Mon
day night, Oct. 13; Marion, Tuesday,
iJcr. i; Hickory, Wcilurstlnv, Oct. in
Stntesvillc, Wednesday night, Oct. 15
AsliclMiro, Tlmrsdnv, Oct. Hi; I liirli
I'oint, Ihursilny nik'lit. Oct. lo: Mt
Airy, Sitttirdnv night, Oct. 18.
lion. . It. Vance, Ilrvson City, Octo
ber 3: Webster, Snturdny, October 4-
Franklin, Monday Octolicr6 Ashclioro
Wednesday, Oct. 8: Grnhnin. (Fuir),
Thursdny, Oct. 0; Cnrthauc, Saturday,
Oct. 11 : Pnvcttcville, Monday. Oct. 13
Canton, (Fun) Wednesday, Oct.
Sn hshurv. ( I-nirl Thursday, (k-l. 23
Hon. A. Lcaxur, Miclhy.Tliursdiiv.Oct
; Lincolhton, Friday, Oct. 3; Newton
Saturday, Oct. 4: Mncksvillr, Monthly
tH't. b; I honmsvillc, luesilav, (X't. 7
Chapel Hill, Wednesday, Oct. H.
lion. I.J.Jnrvis, tlillslioro, Tuesday
September 30; Roxhoro, Wedncsdny,
Octolier, 1 ; Vniiccyville, Thursday, Octo-
lier 2; Reulsville,. Friday (k-tolicr 3;
Wnlnut Love, Saturday, October 4; Win
ston, Monday. Octolier fi.
Hon. H. A. Gudu'cr, Trenton. Tuesdnv,
Scntemlicr, 30; Kiiistou, Wednesday, Oc
tober 1 ; Snow liili. lliursiluv. tlrtolH'r
2; (xildslioro, Friilnv, Octolier 3: Ral
cigh, Sa:tirday, OctolK-r 4.
C H. Avcock, ksi., hiinford. I ndav.
Octolier 3; LillingUin, Snturdny, Octo
Hon. W. II. Kitchen, 1'ittslioro. Satur
day, September 27; Curtilage, Monday,
Mrptcmiwr Jv; KiH-kingnum, lucsdav
I Scptcinlter 30.
County chilli men will iilersc advertise
liberally with hand-bills ami otherwise.
and demiK-rttic pniicrs give publicity to
Hi. Ciiamiii-.ms Sm.tii.
Ch'n Stale Item. V.x. Com.
Por Chief Justice of the Muprrmc Court:
HON. A. S. MItKKIMON.
Por Associate Justice of the Supreme Court:
HUN. WALTRR CI.AKK.
roa st'rsaioa cocst ji'iHiK:
1st district ;ko H. Hsown. Ir .of lirnuliirt.
" v H Hvs. of Craven.
.in nwinn ni-iit. n iiitakkk. oi misc.
ftth district K. W. Winston, of t'.ranviile.
nth district H. T iiovkis. of hainim.n.
7th district I AUKS It. MClVKK.
.! I. MinHR,IM A1,M,l
Hth district K P. Anukiki.1i. ol Irv.lrll.
(Ith district Ino. i;nav ItVNl-M. i! Ilurke.
Itth district W. A. IIokk, ol l.ititulii.
Ton souciton :
1st district J. H. Hl.orNT. of lrrfiilmnns.
'Jil district I. M. Gniuakii. ol Italiius
3d district Ino. K. Woodurd. ol' Wilson.
th district K. W I'm', ir , of lohnston.
Jh aJjZ,": h'V!,( u'SZ"'"'
7th district Pnank McNkii i., of klchmonri
Hth district H. I'. Lonii, of Imlrll
tllh district W. W. Hahiiks. of Wilkes.
loth district W. C. Nkwi.ami. ol Caldwell.
11th strict I' I.Oanossu.r Mi.kl. iihuru.
idm uistnci UNO. a. jonks, ci .uucon.
1st district W. A. II. IIKANCII. of lleanlnrt
'Jd district W. I, KmiKss, ni Noit aniiton
:id distri t II. P. Osaiiv, of Implin.
-tth district H. II. Illiss. of Nash.
nth district A, II. A. Williams. of Crnnville
nth district 8. B. Alkxamihh, of Mccklcn
7th district I S. IlKNlisssiis, of Knwnn,
Hth district W. H II. Ciiwi.ks. of Willirs.
tlth district W. T CNAWrtiHli. nf llnvwood.
Democratic County Ticket.
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J. I". l.tlWKV.
II. L. KliVNIIl.tlH.
Huiierior Court t'lcrlt:
J. I.. CATItUV.
J, J. M ACKKV.
J. II. CIII'KTNltV.
A. II. NTAKNKS.
I.. II. McllKAVIIR.
Then Dshy was sick, ws gsva bar Castorla.
when she was a Child, sha cried for Castorla.
When aha became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
Whan sha hod Children, aba fare them Csstork"
Ncwi and Hfiitlinent aud the
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Address THB RRPltnr.fCAN.
sepUJdotwat Bpriugfield. Mass.
tj.n.v.vs.N.wx'i.s.NS, .i.v- minimal iiasl
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I recommend itaa superior to any prescription
known to mo." II. A. AnciiKa, M. D.,
IU Bo. Oxford St., Urocklrn, N, Y.
The Aahevllle CltUen t.lvea
The latest local news.
The freshest Stnte news,
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General and siccial comments.
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A full staff of able editors nnd corres
The neatest, newsiest nnd most enter
prisinu noiicr in North Carolina.
Its efforts arc always devoted to the
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Subscription, $(1 per annum; $3 six
fnonths: fid cents tier month.
The Popular Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming One of America.
Having a peculiarly delic
ious flavor a food and drink
combined at a half cent a
cup and fit for a prince.
"BESTtS GOES FARTHEST"
- VAN IIOUTKX'H (MM 'OA ("ones
triad olwaya MMd ) u inantedad
pteDtd and UmmI la llllaad. It It
oknowledgod bjr tho most, emintmt dooton
and analrMU that by ths apeelal treat
aaentVAV HotTTRK'a Cotoa has nndargona.
tha ami ability of tha fleasVanalD
aoaalltnenta la Inerenaed B(ty pwr
eeat.sj whila tha whole of tha flora- ira
twiftantMl and NiHlaivd mora paUtabla and
dlgMtible LirKetaal in tha world." Aak
for Vax IIiUTEM'.und tuk nm aihar.twT
rtbepreaent ceneenllon. Id. ror Ma
euro and itn attendants, ojiek Head,
oveba. Constipation aud Piles, that
have Isfoni aaj fimssi. Tliav art
spssHllljr and genjiljr un he-rtiaeallve
rcana, el vine Ihom tone and .(true
OlBco, UO & 4 1 Park I'luce, S. Y.
(Successors to Itnird ae Rtctor.)
No. aS North Malu Street.
Mt'l'KKIOK I'l.tlllR MANI'PACTI'Kltll
I'UK (M R TRAIIU, ALL IZI!H.
WE SELL FOR $3.40 PER HUNDRED.
Rilltor Aahevllle Citlsen:
Thnt our ninny friend a mny know how w
ait itx'ttlnK on we will atate thut-e took in
in Hotel nnd Store
09,000 in Vive WeckM.
Took in liiat Sntunlfiy over 97(10. 7A ot
thnt wua hotel, luilnnve tort. Hotel nifia
tered aft thnt dny. Had H.ooo arrival in
ft mun thn. Our at. ck la mammoth 300 iVet
Ionic And IftlVt't wide. Tell the tint tin tv of
the world to come and are "Old Chrd" amilc.
and buy jiooda "f ua and aavc 10 to lift per
novlfl iltf H. R. Clll.IH.STnN dt ftON.
I.nrife nil. nlrv mom. h,,,,. nnwlv tttr.
ni-m-iliH I tnliie. Terms rcasoiuiblc. tin
street car Hue.
MHH.J, L. SMATIIIiRS,
lulvl'Jclllm 3IN Pntton Ave.
THI'i KfjlTITAHLa, I.llli
12. U. Itloiiroe, Ajft-t
. Asheville, N. C,
Office 32 South Mnln street. nul.l dtf
Home people nirrrr with The Hun' oplnlona
nlioiit men mul thinit, and aome trnpl -don't
; lint everybody likca to art tittle t of the
newapniHr which la never dull and never
nfi-niil to tcali ita mind.
iK'ttnttTntf. know thnt for twi-ntr yenra
Thr Hun hna foujtht In the front line for lrm-
mrntlc primHplfB. never wavering or wenk
entn In Ha loyalty to thr tmrhitrrvata nf the
nnrtv It aervea with rrarlraa IniclliLft nt unit
dlnintereated viuor, At tin;ea oplnlona hnve
dliti ml aa to he heat menna of AtvnmpHah.
ttt the common pur pom-; It la not The
Hun'a fnult II It hna aeen further Into tha mill,
UiKhtren hiindml nnd ninrtv la the vear
that will nrotmlily determine tha reault of the
lrealdrtillnl elettlon nf IHpa, nnd per ha pa
the for to ilea ol the lemoorm y for the real of
the century Victory In IHPJ la a dutv. nnd
the oeitlnniiifror IMpo la the licaitimc toatart
out In company with The Hun.
Pally, per tnontn VVJ0
Unllv, per year A.o
Sunday, wr year...... a.oo
pally nnd Huntlny, per yenr , H.oo I
Dally and Sunday, per month........ 0.70 J
Weekly, one year 1,00
Atdreaa THB UN, New York. I
Cantoris enrpa Cnllft, Onnstlpatlnn,
Bour Htouiacli. Diurrluea. Kmcuition.
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl-
tCuut lujurlous medication.
Tax CsNTAua Conriirr, 77 Murray Street, M. Y.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. Oi
Weateru North Carolina Division.
FA8SI1NOKR TRAIN 8CHBI1ULB
(In Kkshct Autruat 31)
76th Meridian time used.when not otberwiar
SASTIIOVNU. " No. Bt No. 83
Dally. Dally, '
(lioth nit-r.) nnopm Hlllnm
" Asheville, -Ilium 302pm
Ar. Hnlishury, fi5aam 6 42ptn
" fan vlllc, J) Saam lll Jll.m
" Richmond, 3 Iflpm tflflaml
" KulrlKh, 1 nnpm I 7 3flnm
" C.oldslioro, 2Lnpmll2 40pm
" Wllmlnitton Hiillpm l
" I.yncliburfr, lUUftpm 1'Jflflum
" ashiiiKton 71lipm OAHam
" llnltiiuurc, Hflopm HUflam
" l'hilu., 3ooum 107am
" New York, 020am 120pm
wksthounu. " Nci. AO "Tn67B!I
Lv. New York, 121flum 430pm
" I'liila., 7 20nm 6S7pm
" Itidtiniore, tl-tnnm 93llpra
" WashitiKt'n 1124-nm lltMlpm
" LynclihurK. fi-topni S07am
" HicliniiintLj 300pm 230ara l
'J'lianvllle. I 840pmj MOBami
" Wilininut'n Ooonm'
" Golilshoro, 24opni ROOpm
" Knlciuli, 44flim 1 Hilam
" Snllshury, 1245am' lT2flanil
Ar. Asheville, 7 22um 422pm
" Knmv tie,
(UOlhmcr.) 34.1nm 82Bpm
Nn. Bfl I
tlifl until. v
A. 8. R. R.
nii7 p m
1242 pml "
No. IN (llnlly except Sunday.)
7-'ir, ninll.v. Asheville,
200 p m
94B a m
BBO a m
242 pml " Brvsc.n City. "
Bf.o pml " Andrews. Lv
Nns. Bo and Bl. Pullman Hlceoera between
Knli'iuh and Monistown.
Nos. B2 nnd B3 Pullman Buffet Rteenlnn
urs uciwu-n riot npnnics ana vt asntnxton,
n. a. ni.MiuKn, ii. r A.,
Asheville. N. C
JA8. L. TAYL(1R,0. P. A.,
'Vashiiiirtnn D c.
Chicago & Alton R.R
PASTB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
A-hcvMIc to Knnaa City In 87 houra.
Anhrvillc lo Ik-nvtr in At houra.
Afthrvillr tn San Frnnriaco, California, and
rtiniiiiiii. ilrvson. in n anva.
Solid Ventiltulrd Trnlna 8t. Lnula to Kan
anu Lity. Ktcitiiinff chiiir car rrcc.
For full iniomiatiun cull on or write to
B. A Newland,
IHntrict I'aaarotrrr A Rent,
No. to I 'niton Ave., Aahevllle, N.C.
I CHAKI.TON. O. p. A..Chleair. 111.
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
(in nnd after this date the folio wine- ached.
ules w ill Is; run over it. "Columbia Division."
No. 0:1 leaves columhln 0.20 p. at
smin at i nnrieston...... v.au p.
No. B2 Itvavca Charleston .. 7.10 a.
Arrive. ntColuinbia 11. B8 a. tn
Connectlnv with trniii. to and front all
points on the Chnrlotte. Columbia At Au
gustn and Columbia At Ureenville Railroads,
T. M. KMKKKON, Oea. Paas. AL
I. P DPVIVH. irn amt.
Street Car Schedule.
Heainnina at 7 a. m. Bndlna 10. OO p
Car Iravca Rquare for all polnta on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule can. connect at Square.
Train car and buitKnire car meet everv
truln. One valise allowed encb passenger
IliiKK'Ute transirrrcd from all point. In the
city for 2B cents.
THIt ASIIKVII.I.R STRRRT RY. CO,
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAttKI.lt tk 8T. PAUL
AND NONTHHKN I'ACII'IC H. K S.
ThrtMiKh I'lillmnn Hlrrplng 7ar lea yea Chi
cno dniiy at ft.no p. m
For Ht I'aul nnd Mfnnenpolia.
" l'nrio, North Dakota.
HrltiiH anil Hutir. Mont.ina.
" The Vcllowiitone Park.
' HpuVanr I'nll nad Tncoi ta.
" I'ortlnnd. t in-iion
Itrat Koiiti- to (Seattle and all Morth racHlc
The Hernic line to Calllornla, la Portland
nnu ine nnnain Koutr.
Tlikcta on aale everywhere.
For inlormntirn apply to any Airent, or
niHirvan a, v. ii. ahi'kntkm, t me rai iaa.
arniti-r A(i-nt( C'hlcnyo, HI., or C. Itnauv,
Houtlu-rii I'naM'iiuer Atfrnt. Uoulavllle, Kt.
Real Ktitate Agcnta
AMI LOAN ItKOKItH,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'! BOOK STORE )
Money tonnrd and well aeeured at 8 per cent,
Heal Itatntr hnuffht and anld at pnhlle and
Crivnte ante. Hen la collected. I conducted a
.ul Katate and Auction Imaineaaln Charlea
ton. H C.s ten yenra. and will mivm urumnt
attention to all liuaiaeaa put Id my charjrc.
T (101'S nl
that of tlie vh
nit'iidrt itwolf to
t h lt'vcl hifiitl-
l 1111111 iih tho
shortt'st antl nioHtnrnctical
mciiiiH to the
end. The de
mand once cre
ated, he will
not have to go
to the retailer,
hut the retail
er will come to
him and be
Rlad to accept
is Roods on
liiH own terms,
o o ' o
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. C N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
'roir a Newspnper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in u work'oanlike
style nt this Trint
RICES AS LOW
As First-Claris work can
Ask any of tho thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
lUBiness. They are
In North Carolina.