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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1, 1800.
How is Your Blood?
I hud a malignant breaklnjr. out on my
lei; below tbr knee, and wns I'ltnil mxuv'
and well with lwi nti'l : tiii'.r i utiles hi
6. 8. 8. Other nit! iiiwttdu. h usul 1'nil
od to do nu itny gmi!.
Will C. Bbatt, Yorlivilk,', s. t:
1 was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Teller, anil tlnvo
bolt lot of 8. 8. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Muimvlllo, 1. T.
Our nook on Blood and Skin Disease;
Bwirr Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
net JJoiIAe wlv
PROFESSIONAL CAN VS.
DH, J. H. WILLIAM,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 53 HAYWOOD ST.
Hour-io A. M. to a M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Kaom H, McAfee fluildinif.
Ilnur 10 a. in to t p. m. nud 4 to 0 p.m.
Tcleio..e No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
. O. 57. la Hendrjr Block.
A. S. GRAHAM,
! over J. W. Law'. store, south Main
with gu nnc.
Pilling with lrr or amalgam. ...nor. to7Ac.
" gold ai.ou and upward.
art ol teeth SH.im.
Iic.t act of teeth fH.oo.
S liettermarte, no mattrr what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Kouma 3 and . MrAIre linilillnic,
t'attoa Avenue. A.hev Mr, S. C.
mCTICK LIMITKII To THK
Kye, Kar, Throat and None.
Attorney at Law.
MARION, IS. C.
evtn practice In the loth nnd 12th Judicial
lii.trirlaof North Carolina ami in thr Su
preme Voart and the t-cilcri.l Court ol thr
tlnlrni IsatrUl of North Carolina.
i'iiku. P. Iiaviiihin, Thou A. Jusaa
Knlrlgh. jaa. ti. Maktim. Aal exilic
SJAVIIIMOK. MARTIN & JONHH.
Attorneys Hnil Counsellor Ht l.nw.
A.lirvilU-. N. C.
Will rrsitlcc in the I Ith and 1 atli Jmlii-iiil
nlatricte, and in the eUiiirvmi- Court of North
Carolina, and in the I'ldcml Court, of thr
Western IHatrlet of North Cnrollna.
Meier to Hank of Aahrville. disci i
A. f KNNKNT. j
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, .nerifiratlona and e.timate. fur
alfthed. All work In my line contracted for, '
And no charges for rlrnwinga on contract,
Kefcrcncca when dr.ired. i
fh.: No. I a Hendry Hlock. North Court 1
Kquare. Aaheville. N. C. lehlWdly ,
N. H. RKEVKS, U. D.S.I II. K. SMITH. II. U.S.
Drt, Reeve A Smith.
in Connaliy auuninM. otrr Kedwood. tifirr.
Teeth e i traded without pain, with thr new
ana-Mthetic, and all caar. of Irrxitulnrity cor
P. RAMttAV. I. Il.lt.
Over thr National Rank of Aiherllle. Bar
nard Building. Residence. H Charlotte t.
REGULATOR jBOOK TO' WOMAN "mafim
montlD KBUUTOR CO. AriMTABA.
epsia d wit
17 Mouth Main Street,
Have everything la the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and aril them as cheap and deliver them at
your home as quirk a. any house In the rlty.
fresh veaetahlea Irom the country every
A .rial will .how you what we can do.
acptl7dtf H RK HKOTIIKRH.
Mmc. M. Pual Itmlth has returnid Irom
New York. On November 1 she will have (in
oiienina with an eleaant line of millinery and
noveltlea. Hhe ia al.o rradv totake in order,
and make over In thr mint artlat r war.
07 SIILTII MAIN HTHIUiT,
oct37dlw Over Mr. Law . Store,
TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad tickets bnaght, sold and eschaourd
All tranaacllon. uarantred.
C. P. RAV,
OpuoslU twajuianoa Hotel.
ORDKR OF THE GARTER.
Till: MlvI.IC OF HARBAHWSI
Man Ih u I'nlquc Hurt ol B ,'reJH
lure Hue.ik Thieves) arc In Ht.le
-New Hymn of Hie Re-puliHc.
I'rom the WruiiiuKiu.i mm1.
Tliciilir-t Ims I fc ii imi!'d. nwl !v it thr
yoiiiu; Imly hliiiUniMil tin- U.-.,...'ko, N.
V stiilt- nornuil avh'inl live 1'nrliiil'lt'ii to
wenr nartciH, or nl Imsl ilic liimiirit'
st vie of uitrtcr mnilc liuiunis by Kilvyunl
III, of EiiKliiml. wil l in lfiilrrvtilctl the
"Order til'thf Hnrtft ." nvoiiizej tu this
day n t tic firm riiiijjlitlv tinier of lin
(jlnnd. Kin", and iiieens anil tlie tilled wo
men of royalty may, if tliey wish, con
tinue to wenr the old atyle, but lie, Mury
V. !.te will we to il that the yonni; la
dies who attend her cliisses in phyiticiil
culture in the normal school wear their
hosiery uii)ended by aide elnatici at
tached to an iinderKarment at the waim
or none at all. The explanation made.
bv Dr. Ix-e to her clnxscs for reform is
that the old atyle, whether worn nliove
or lielow the knee, hinder, n free circula
tion, prevent", development and m .injuri
ous to the Iodic.
If there i one tiling more than a nut her
that Dr. I-ee take pi iilc in it ia her clnase
in phvsienl culture. She lirst niiitle war
upon tne corset nun HK'u iiieiii". tnrn.ne
Knve her itttention to the hi);li-heclcd
ahoea worn bv the votini! Indv atudenla.
The first mentioned K'irnient were RU"r
planted oy hiiuk tilling waiata, ami now
a pupil ol' the normal can lie told by the
atvle of her ahoea. The Krenchv hiirh
heels have uiien wav to n eonimiin ene
easy shoe, with heels not more thuu hull
an inch hih, nnd they look lietter and
the irls certainly walk better in them.
A uvmnnsium is located nt the normal
school. The uirls take kindlv to the
apparatus, though most ol them lire at
lirst inclined to be shv ol the triineic. In
the (jymnnaium they wenr looac suits of
oark material, coitsistrtu ol a mouse anil i
skirt. Thcv are gradually initiated into
the uses of the muscle develoier to be
found there, nnd it is not an uncommon i
thin", to see one ol the nirlo lake a short j
run, give a light miring, and, catching
hold of a horizontal buror trapeze, awing I
herself backwurd and forwunl lor it few
moments, nud then gradually, nnd with
the ngility of an acrobat, pull herself up I
and over the burs or into the rings.
Men Are useer cattle.
Prom the rltt.borit Plapatrh.
"No two men, even of exuet hight anil
weight," suid a prominent New York
tailor the other dnv, "cun wear the same
clothes nnd be tit. If the measurement
were exactly the anme, which it never
is they couldn't do it. Why? Now, 1
don't kuow. But I have found it to be 11
fact. The measurement for a pair of
trousers, fur instance, might be exactly
the same, yet one man will bave to be
allowed Irom one to three inches more
length in the legs than the other. The
man who is naturally stout or Int. anil
the man who hits grown fnt late in life,
may look and even measure actually
alike, but the sa-necitt of cloth will never
tit both. Herein lies the great art of tai
loring. The variations in the construe-j
tinn ol the human IhkIv are marvelous.
Now, thr man who jinl leu lie is a min
ister ol thr gosK'l must have clothes to
tit him nud lit his business. His arm pits, 1
shoulder lilailrs and arms do not corres
IhiiiiI with those of any other man; nor
does the right side corresiioiul wiln tlie
left, lie orohnbly gestures u gootl deal
with his right hand. Ik- doesn't know
thut tliul arm is lullvun inch loiigcrthHU
the other. This structural difference in
men is more general than you would im
agine." Heason for Hneak TlilevcM.
From the New York Press.
Sneak thieves are very bold as winter
comes 011 and their necessities became
greater. They haunt hotels, pool rooms
and public places, uud woe lietide a man
who leaves nn overcoat, an umbrella or
a enne within their reach. I nm told that
n gentleman sat down in a chair at the
writing desk in the H oilman house lust
night to write a note to a friend who was
stopping there. He threw his overcoat
ovir the back of his chuir Presently, as
he became absorlied in writing his note,
lie was 11 ware ol u gentle pressure on the
shoulder, as if some one was trying to
pass bv the buck of his chair and did not
have room enough. He moved forward
with his body without looking up from
his note piiicr. Three minute later,
u lirii he hud finished his task, he found
his overcoat had ilisapHiired. The thief
who took It whs tlie man who nrusneo
his shoulder. Two or three persons saw
thetliieftiikcthecoat.butnshe bit the
oh lit r 011 the shoulder ui.d 1 lit.- owner
leaned forward the observers thought the
thief wus simply getting his own coal.
Over the Rhine.
I'rom the l-ltrnecde Ulartlrr
"Well, what do vim think of my new
"I can't snv I like it too well."
"Then I'll duy one to suit your taste at
nnv cost," continued the sclf-sncrilicing
"Oivc me an extra fifty dollars."
"Why, Ochre, how does it lmpen that
when you want to pnint a portrait you
get five or six people to sit at thesume
"Ilusiness, my boy, business. Hccituse
vuu know it the picture don't happen to
look like one it may chance to look like
Hummer "Now, how please to you
our city ?"
Striinger "Very good."
Ilnmmer "That enjoys me that you
to satisfy placed lire. Might I in the
name of the city for a little drink money
"Papa, I've just been reading here of
the death of Miss Meier, daughter of
l.uwcr Meier, ugeU Ti.
"Well, little one, do you think that's a
"Of course. How can nuvhodv be Vi
years old und still be a daughter?"
"I beg pardon, neighbor, but I lent you
two eggs yesterday and to-day vou only
"Only one? 1 it possilile? Then I
must have niude n mistake in the count."
"Think of it, Doctor. While resting
here and having so little to do nt this
seaside sanitarium live of your young as
sistant have gone nnd got engaged.
What do you think of that?
The Doctor, n confirmed old bachelor.
'Only this; that us the proverb says,
'Idleness i the beginning of all the
"How would you advise me to invest
i,jin foreign or domestic bonds?"
"Well, if you want to dine well invest
in the foreign i hut il you'd like to sleep
well I'd rrceouimend the domestic."
"Why, yesterday you were begging hs
a blind man, nnd here you arc begging
with a broken buck,"
"Ah, ye, worthy sir. But It only
prove the misfortunes thut even a slngfe
night may bring forth."
A KENTUCKY "WARNING."
Late one afternoon in rVptember I
reaeliod the cabin of John Uungwford,
in a rovu of t'uu Kentucky mountain.
The fifmily consisted of father, mother
and Mirer small children, and there were
miniy comforts uImiiiI the place. Hun
gi'i ford wus an industrtons, hard work
ing man, and one of unnsnul intelligence
for a 1110 taiiuvr, and the wife and
children were fur abuva the average.
The; extended a right royal welcome,
and we bad been visitiug awuy for two
hours when a woman rods up an a inula.
Tho Ix-ust was haul) blown and wet with
perspiration, and the woman must have
Come with important news. Now was
developed trait peculiar to all the
southern uiouiUHini-er. They are game
to a man and woman. They sro the
coolest people, in the face of danger onr
"Howdy, John'" queried the woman
as aha drew rein ut Me door, and us Mrs.
Huiigerford appesii"! slni a.bM. "And
Both answered tlutt they were well,
and John inquired.
"How axe all you'una. Sarah?'
"All able to dig. thnnkec, John."
"Corn an' tat ura tumiu' out welli"
"Reckon they bo, what little we've
got, bnt barks and roots pay better.
Chilling any this fall. Mary?"
"Not a bit. Harah."
"Haven't heard from them'uus. I
reckou?" queried Huiigerford after a
long pause, during which the woman
tried to size me np.
"Mebbe. Who may he'nn bef
"Stranger from the no'th."
"Will ha back with ye tand to yotu
back in case of trouble?"
"Haven't mentioned, bnt I reckon."
"Well, then, they'nns is coming up to
night to put on the hickory."
"Heard it at the comers. It' shore.
Basett Is gwine to lead 'em. Are ye pre
"Bhe'un la prepared. "
"Well, then, that' all I've got to aay.
Hope yonll hnrt they'uns till they'll be
have themselves. Uood-by, John good
Bbe was off with that. I had a dim
suspicion of what wua meant, but the
coolness of tho trio puxzled m. When
sue was out of sight I asked:
"1 it trouble?"
"btranger," replied Hnugerford, aa be
pulled a twig off m bush and bit at It.
"I've been warned awayl'
"Took aide with the Oldhania against
the Baasntta, and the Baasetts hare
warned me to leave. "
"And aa you have refused to go they
are coming to take you out and (witch
"Exactly-if they kinr
"And are they cutuing to-night?"
"I she! be riiady.'
We sat in sdciioe for a moment. I
looked up at Mrs. Hungerford, but she
wna sewing away and trotting her foot
aa placidly aa if danger waa at the other
end of the world. The children soon
began a gauie of tag, and tlie husband
softly whistled as he (witched the twig
over the ground.
"(ireat heavens! but you take it cool
ly," I exclaimed a I noted everything
"Klrsnger." answered Hungerford as
In) turned to me. '( need somebody to
back with tne to-night. This ain't yonr
fuss. You don't know the Oldham
from the Baasetta. 'Deed you may have
stayed with an Oldham last night Yon
don't want to mil In, and yet"
"I don't want to kill or be killed, but
can't I help you some other way?"
"Yon kin. He'un ia all right. Mary.
I knew he'un waa."
"Ulad on't," she briefly replied, not
even looking np from her kulttlug.
Huiigerford took the whole matter as
coolly a if it was an ordinary bnsines
trail lion. There waa ouly oue way
by which his cabin could beapptoached.
It was arranged that I should secrete
myself in the cowshed on the one hand,
and his wife in the amoke bonne on the
other, and at the proper moment this
flatik fire would have Its effect.
Hungerfnr! was to bold thu house, and
be was the only oue who waa to shoot to
kill As he said it wasn't my fuss, but
It wasn't htunan nature to leave him to
light a mob alone. When all had been
arrangud we went into supper, and after
the meal a double barreled shotgun was
got down and loaded for the wife. The
husband had his army musket, which he
loaded with buckshot, and 1 had my re
volver aa weapon. As we finished our
preparations and sat down on the door
step the wife carelessly inquired of her
"Uwiue to shoot to kill, John?"
" Reckon I ortvr," he replied.
"That's according. Meblsr you'll have
"And toe stranger?"
"Ob, he'll fir high."
"rap, can't I shoot?" asked the eldest.
girl of 10.
The children went off into a cornet
awl rejoiced thai there waa going to be
"a font," but by and by grew sleepy
aud went off to bed. Up to 10 o'clock
we talked of everything but the coming
ereut. At that hour Hungerford said:
"Reckon it's time. They'll be here
The wife tied a ahawl over her head,
picked up and examined the ran and
walked off to Iter station with never
word. I went over to the shed, took the
place picked ont for me and Ave minute
later all was darkness and silenos. It
waa Just about II that I heard tho low
hunt of voice and the footfalls of nieo
and tea mlnnte later lour or five of the
gang of twenty came directly tap to ' te
shed aud Khim-iI iigiiiust It as they in
spected the house.
"All sound asleep, whiifred one.
"We are dead shore of him." added
"There's to be uu let up. tioysP oao
Honed a third,
"We must switch him till he give In.
We've had enongh fooling."
"What of the wife?" whispered the
"Blast tier! 8h aa bad a he Ul
Let's give her a taste of the gad, toot
One of them went away to call up the
crowd, and in a few mlnutee all were
assembled. Then I gleaned from their
whisper that John Hungerford waa to
be whipped to death, and that hi wife
waa to receive lea merciful treatment
They even planned to fire the bona, and
wipe ont the whole family root and
branch, At a signal all advanced, and
five or sis men jumped against the door.
It waa barred. Then a voice called:
"Open, John Hungcrfor We've
oome for ye. and we are bound to
The words were answered by a shot
from tli" house, ami then the shotgun
roared from the smoke house. 1 ele
vated the muzzle of my revolver and
fired six shots over the confused and flying
crowd, and next moment ull who could
get awny were gone. Hungerford came
ont with a lantern, and by its light we
saw two dead men and three wonnded.
The wife had also shot to kill. One of
the wounded was past speaking. Thu
other two. who were stranger to tho
family and belonged in a distant villnge.
begged for mercy and promised all aorta
of reformation in the future.
In the morning, as I waa ready to go
on, there were three dead outside tho
door and the two wonnded were groan
ing with pain. The nearest doctor waa
live miles away, and 1 was to stop and
leave word for him. A 1 left the house
Mrs. Hungerford said:
"Thankee, stranger, and we won't for
And the husband said:
"It wasn't yonr fuss, of course, bnt
what a shame to have wasted all them
"Oood-hy, and Ood bless yeP M.
quad in Detroit Free Press.
Visiting southerners at least those
from Texas are not at all pleased with
the rush of northern railroad, if we may
believe Maj. Martin, of that state. They
are ttsed to a very different sort of do
ing. By way of illustration the major
tells this story:
I remember that a woman one evening
asked the conductor of a train in my
state to stay at a certain place all night
She wanted to spend the night with
some friends, she said, and if he didn't
oblige her sheshonld bave to wait twenty-four
hours for a train.
The conductor said he hated to be dis
obliging to a lady, but he didn't like to
delay the other passengers. Finally he
agreed to talk it over with them, and
we decided that if her friend wonld
give oa lodging and breakfast we
wouldn't mind an extra day apent on
The train waited hulf an hour while
she got off and consulted with her
frienda, and Just a we were about to
leave the place ahe came and told ua
that they bad agreed to the term. The
Ares in the engine were banked, and the
train left on the track. Next morn'ng.
after a comfortable night spent in the
farm house, we left the place twelve
hour late. Talk about accommodating
railroads! New York Tribune.
Room far Sasplelon.
The Rev. Uampson Doolittle lives in
the suburb. The other eveniug be met
Brother Reachnp in a back street, stroll
ing carelessly along with an empty bag
on hi shoulder.
"Hi, Brer Reachup," said the Hev. Mr.
Doolittle, "wha' yu' gwan so sly wid dat
bag die houh in da ebernin?
"I hope yo' don' spec' I'se after chick
ens, Bn-r Doolittle!" exclaimed Brother
"Shu!" replied the Hov. Doolittle
"Did 1 say's 1 spec' yo' ob dat? But I
got Jea' hvuh to say. Urr Reachup, an
dat is, ef I drops into yo' house t'tuaii' to
dlnnah an' axi- yo' fo' a wing an a
piece ob de brass' an' de piece dat goes
ober de fence lua', wid pleuty ob gravy,
an' yo' says yo'haiu't got no chicken, I'll
spec' yo' ob p'varit-atiu', Brer Reachup,
dat's w'at I will. "-Chicago Hpeclal
What a Dollar Will Do.
t our gentleuieu ait down to dine in a
hotel. They sit for some time, yet none
of the waiters pays any attention to their
want. They are hungry. After a mo
ment's consultation each of the famished
guests lays a dollar beside bis plate.
There is a marked change in the be
havior of tlie waiters The four gentle
men eat a hearty nual The waiters
become interested. The four leisurely
pick their t etb aud calmly put their
dollars hack into their pocket They
even smile The waiters don't. Jury
Aatltiulty of Weai'lug Mourn. ti.
The custom of wearing mourning tor
deceased relative and friends ts of ex
tremely ancient origin, dating back to a
remote period of history. Evan seiui
barhamu nations observe this time hon
ored fashion, although, aa a rule, they
do not mourn in dismal black a does
the enlightened Cnristian. Jennnas-Mil-ler
Back ana. soumrru leacua. of ruilaful aa,
iaek from una tarrauws among clime, rotnola,
I did sot i-jmm what hast uf amity
Lay hidden arouna- th besrtaof thrm agr frienda,
Abaaaos baa olot bed me with a purpls state.
Crowned ate and scrttered mo a umnilest klnf
WHo ihos. I kreaand Una I had droamod tul sew
Hot katf so rich la kir a warm ruyaluaii
Wbuaeiasr laroush eery irestlns. equable
as bra tag. through a scot, of stsur tmaa,
Oee bawd familiar human trami!. floats:
Dtffwsot, Indeed, Uts wolowns bail I farad
Passer or Ui.tr to tlie un.nos-ahle'
Bow then Hi fans hawed toward mis woul.
With unary, amsaomotit, wl tiow faun a-eulit
My band ulctoi uuir Hon at'low-, than
taaor for largor lor, would clvp my kn-e '
And, ah, how elilll niKa:nn'a eye. of a
Would blase upon ni. nn-ir wiprain surprlss
sVlirsr I'awcett In Youth's Comiauilon
When Baby was sick, ws . hsr ( astoria.
When slm nss a Child, she cried for Castorla,
Whan ih bream. Miss, h elimf to Cssterla
Wbsa she bsd Chlldrsa, sb. Um Casiori,
A ltd lu Teaaa Wrtlem
My case is of long standing: has baf
lied mitnv physicians; have tried every
remedy I could heitr of, but Briidfield's
Female Regulator is all that relieved me.
Write Hrndliclil Regulator Company.
Atlanta, (5a for particulars. By till
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. 10 Court kuaf e.
oetiia d vr
for Infants and Children.
"Castorla Is so well sdspted to children that I Castorla enrss fVllr rnn.tlpstlnn.
tracommundita..uneriomanTfrescriDUon I B'.ur biniim. Ii, lilurili.i u 1.. ii.-iulion,
known to nis." H. A. A senna, M. I).,
.. ... I
Ill So. Oxford St., Urouklyn, .N. T,
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
lie handed in by 1(1 o'clock a. in.
The Dally Citizen.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its jieople.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in Nurtb Cnrolinu.
Is read by a greater mirnla-r of people
than -nv other secular piia'r in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the dnv.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, anil all the news, makes thr Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n great
succeis without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn pay
the advertiser nn hundred-fold.
8rvoi.il-huiMt cook move or riiK with
"wntcr lint'k." St-nd d?t.itlinnnl prirc Io
W.J. .. CfltrvCltiicn, 1 u Hot lor., .'lltl.'tt
'A XT Kit Wool.
IliKhetH price paid fur Iffl to .Vie rtlHuunnil,
dry woofl. Apply lo
OCt. tllm SWANNANOA UOTl.l..
A Mcond'hiiiid Cmir No kuw uy. with
r'hh front MunI 1e In nam! order For
uch a cur riii K""l l,rlt.r will be imld. Ap
ply to "V ."
thu aat tu Cltixen nflicc.
Twenty head of lir,- und null,--.. Anilt
nt K Mla-nvtr'a tioti-c. ucroki, eoiintv iron
an run AT OXCIi.
A trai-hcr tif i riu Ink I tle -'!; -.t hool.
Mut lie thoroiiKhl.v prtimnil for the work.
Salary 4o im v miuiiiIi. ihltt
I I'. CI. A N 1'llV.
iH-t'.'Ttllf Klipt City Sdioolft.
if HltSS TII'S WWTIili.
Ttit thouwHnd vioi-.tkn wattud lor 1 lit '
Anht villc nnd CntL'uy Mntintatii Railway. dr- j
llvered on line hriwet ii iK-akt 'H l irrt ullotiiH-
at n. rth end of Charlott- lrtii, nml tlu top
of Smith' Mountain. Mut K white nk,
IMmt oiik or chvntiitit oak, fir lit mu. 7 Itn he
thuk. nnd ti inch wo-e. Apt'v io w I C.u n.
piettidtnt, tir U. M. I.ec, ehui t-uiiKvr
t.ct.ll ti ll
A ftentU'innn, aitr f.V, ot eNrU'iice tit vnri
our Hnen, tine ahtltty tit'cln iininuKrr,
nalefinun, Imok kerir etc.. oIkt nml r (nihil-.
iU-tr-i H locate in Alu'villc Any n j.u
tnhle lit in or tndivMlnal who cun f tVer nn in
dnccinrnt to uch m mun mav addrt a
HAYIH Al.hX WtUiK.
Nft. lift Cwlnnett utrcet, tavaniiah, u.
JOHT A RADDLR.
tin iln? of bear hunt, between m-ene of hunt ,
and city n line KngHiih lint middle with mak
er name on neada of naiin; nickel filmed
tlrrnpa. Suitable reward will he paid fitritM
return to C. KAY. !
From ttit lot. North Main and Ch-limit
atreeti. a froity cidoicd io,k'(M1 milkt-r.
Reward for retuin ur inlorntntion that will
ecu re here. W. A. Mvl.SoN.
Apriirttold FyeKlHMMen Won't uti an
body but theitwmr. Return to
nov.11 dat THIS OI'F'li'H
St vtral new ht-.itluf iovi-, for run), at
It-milhiUl 01. l. II i. V n H i w HI. Crocer,
iHtu:idff 7 North Main Ktnet.
pitK RUNT j
A four room foliage furiiiolied. w ith iter-j
vtut' houMe Applv at
ottL'7dlw 7.1 UMI.F.Y KTKKKT.
FurnWIud Ihhim- Cent nil l.ot'atlon. All i
Improvemvnt". i t rni o appb n-bni t
plv IV a I'ATTuN AViixrit
poM RKNT. FI'RNlSHIill.
Yerv denlrnble rrldi nt with nrv ii rottitt,
outliiiildluifft. etc , lor l immhor longer. I
Applv at CHUHTNI T ST.
Muburbau rraldi nir, one mile (ruin city on
Mm tin on avenue road, hniidftonu-ly anil
eottiplrttly fit nt tubed and eiptlpiH-d : rxiut.tc
viewj enteunive urount'a; tvo ireh Jemey
i'iiai; winter imrdvii ; horm ttttd vchfilr-If
delnd. rowa-noion t;lven lot of Novenitwr.
i ner occiipitiK in atimm- r only would
make iertninirm nrraiiKetiU'iit with party
ilfslrinic a winter rcrtidviK-v Addn nn
HepUhltl V (I. LUCK H."..VJ.
'pRKPFASSHRH TAKIJ NuTICIC. j
All peraon are notified that nil land) lie- j
lonulnu to thr Wnl -ht viMe ltitprti.etiui!t j
,onipiinv tinti . v. vnrm r, in uir y iiiniti m
the huliihur HiirluitH and Went Anhevillc, are
po.lt. I. li.ii CARRIER.
If HAlifES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
llcan best ven IBcoffi-e, tea. or In artlclesol tinxt.
without th. knowliKli:a of iNtlli-nl If nrceiuitrv !
It I. atiaolulely harmless and will rrfcrt a iertiia.
Hat and aittv1v Mirt. whether the natlrnt It m
niiMlvratadrltikproraiinhHilitilh'wm'K. IT NKV-
EH r'AILaH. itiipentti'iiniiiteMy aud wttniurii
if in ine pitiirni uii'trraoen nn inr(in
To hn had of
KAY80K V SMITH, DruKtflNtM,
Anhevillc, N. C.
a till ft rlbwly rnon w
UMIMHTHTKIX NOTU It.
Thr nndfrntRrted hnvlnit itthllileil n Ad
mlnUtrnlrix uf the titaleol Dr W. L. 1111
Hard, dereaiid, hereby notltlei all ikthiiun
hnvlnir clnlina aiialnut aald en t ate, to exhibit
the name to the uudernlftited on or bciore the
lHtdnyof Nuremlier, 1NH1 i and nil nrmnnii
Indebted to aid entutc will please make im
MAKUAHIIT U. Ptl.LIAKH,
Anhevlllr, Nov. t, lHUU. Admlnlatratrlx,
ANBW tnHI), earelully prepared by liar
In memhera of the Asheville bar ion
neat parchment and heavy flat paper), cor
atlas all aaveaaarr points, Just out and now
on .ale at tbe office of the Citiisn Puiimsh
me Co., No. A North Court Sgnare flanlnt
Without lujurlous medication.
Tns Cintiub Cohp.nt, 7T Murray Street, N. Y.
dfc w 1 v
Fur Chief lunticf o Hit Supn tne Court:
HUN. A S. MI-MKIMON.
For AHNtK'intr JiHtlt f of the Supreme Court :
HON, WAII'liK CI.AUK.
FOR M'IMIKIilK COl MTJl'lll.K:
1t dttriit tlisii II. Itkttw s, tr .of Mifttiiort.
Ji (I mmi-IliiSKV H Hhvas, of Craru.
-lilt iliwirn't Sl'll M Willi AKIiK. of ttkf.
ftih dUtru-t R. W. WiSriioN, ni (.ruiivi'le.
tlth ilt"tritt H. T hovKi, l Sainpfm
7th ilimrU't amhk i. Mt ivi'K. f Moore.
th dimru-i K Ammi o i.h. ol Irc.leil.
loih diiriti Io. i.hw Uim . of Itnrkc.
11th diNtrit-t -W. A. ll'ikK, ol Lincoln.
PUK Httl.lL lTOH
lm dlMti't-t I 11. Iti.orvr. of IVripiltniitiH.
Ui ih-iiitt . M i iniZAMtt, of Hit itiiK
:td dtttirtrt jtp. li Woodard. of WiUi.n.
4th ilintriit li. W Tor jr. of Jnlinnuin.
ft til diwtril't li. S I'ANKCN, o AllllllUIKf.
Hh iliMrict o II. Ai.i.kn, of l.rnoir.
7th ditstm t I'kask Ml Ncii.i., of Rkhmood
Mil dWtiicl H. I.ono, of Irviieil
Uth ditrii t W. W. 1Ukiii:h. of WHkra.
Htih dl-siritt W. C Nitwi.AMi. ol Caldwell.
11 th- in t rid V I.omiohnk of MrckU nhurK
lUth diiiict t'si.ti. a. Jonks, t Mfivun.
iHtdNtrid W. , 11. t hancii. of Heiiufort
I'd djtrid- W t Koiii kh ot Suit miiptoii.
ad diMri. i It F i'.kahv, of Imp in.
4th ilitru-t II II. Hew of Nih.
ftth dint rid A II A. Wn.t.iAMc.ot (.rnvl'le
flth iH-trict S. H. Ai.i;xamk, of Mrcklen
huru. 7th ditrift 1 8. Hpmii msos, of Rowan.
Hth tliUlilfl W. II COWI.KN, of WilkfR.
tlth diriirict W. T Ckawcokii. of llavwood.
Uemocriitlc l'uiiy Ticket.
For keptx'-i miitiYt-b:
M I.. RCKIi.
J. V. I.OWKY.
J. M. C A l I'ltbl.l..
II. I.. KI.YMH.hS
Snin ritir t'ourt t lrrk :
J I.. CATlllvY.
J-J M CKHY.
J II. cur KTNI.V.
A. II KTAKNhH.
I.. It Mi-ltWA Y HR.
In Its First Stages.
ur ron ftf I he genuine.
The Creat Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming One of America,
Ih lietnu: StrrnfthenUm to the A'ererS,
Tea and cofTee cheer but do
not nourish. They even leave
an injurious effect upon the
nervous system. Indeed, there
is no beverage like
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
It stimulates nnd nourishes
none other, leuves no bad
effects and is a flesh-former
of the most approved type.
rTA llorTi:VftOCOA ("one
irirtl.Alwnyt Ur.nl' ), The Mrani muy take
II itlih li n-iiri nml the weak with
lailMinlf y. Tlteek.elthur elTVet uf If
and colT ai r ottvlulcil by Ua alvady
Hat, it ad liervon dlaiii'deiti iiib
lbvl mid pievni'l. Iffllelitu t
the jiie. Ml.in jft' kiil' In the world.'
ASK Tot! Vt HOl'TKN'n U
i i .: rnoin rsr. 4
-& Mi u
:i A invnw
Tonov tiritlMi nt'?mli liv rf
tilar ivhftiMltriii ".- tiiiy four
hour. 'At. t.vl, I; U?4JUtl u4
pbyalcMl. re-4tiltiiifr I'omi
irimiinyaiKl a?rioti. rnr tti tin
er tlila riiimiioii lroiitir. Till I Mvn
pllla Iih irlii4(l m iMiulrlt y unptu
tallalod. I l .iiiiul.t aoar vouisdu
SOLD EVERY WHftB.
TO WEAK mi
Biiffhrlnti from tha etTapti of youthful errors, aarlf
4m7) waatttiR WMkoma, lout manhood, ato,. 1 wlu
And a valuabla treitia (gealM) oonUluInf full
partlenlara for homa oura, FREE of charga. A
plandld madloal work t hyld be read by wTary
ID m who la narvoua and dobilltated. Addraatt,
Prof. F. FOWLIlIt, Ifoodtia, Coon
ft..- t ffrVW
Lnrite cool, niry roonis, house newly ftir
ni heil i aoml tahie. 'leriu. reasonuble. on
stmt car line.
MR. J. L. AMATI1KR8,
Julyl'JOUm HIS I'atton Ave.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
WenttrH North Carolina Ulviilon.
FASSUNOHR TRAIN 8CHHDULH
(In Ki'pkot Auk'utit 31)
7oth Mt-ridiun time lined when not otherwise
i ml bated.
A nlie villi1,
No. ft l
j No". A3
7 :Vftum I
lU .in mil
I 1 UOpm
" Rak-iKh. 1 ""pi
' (ioldHhoro, lil'.lpi
" J.ynt'hliurK, IL'LTipi
11 N anhiiiKton 7 lupi
" I'hila., ao(ui
" New York, ft U'iiii
' WKUTUOl NI
pNo. Ciii '
l.v. New York,
M l.ym iilturu.
I if 1 5atu I T.'iopm
7 L'fium I OflTpm
b ir.rtin j U3tpm
I I -'Hun 1 1 niiiim
a-uipm i 0U7nm
"Richmond, I .inopm i 'J .'idiim l
" liattvtlU-, Miipm rhoftani l"
M WilmitiL't'ii I ltOOittnl i
CsoldHboro, il 4Mnt 8 00tm
' Knoxv le,
4 IKHh mcr i
4 I'm mkI l aiamj
1 ITiam 1 1 1 J.Tfim
No. 53 I A. V S. R. K. j No. ft'
litlly. I lally.
Hl.l amil.v ANbi-ville. Air.l 7UU p ra
ID01 atiiiAr. Hi'iHH rntinville, " 6(7 p m
12 4J pmi " SpartattburK. lv. 340 p
Ml KI'll. IIKANCH.
"Stt. I I Umily exvept Sunduyj I No. 17
7.1ft atml.v. AmIivviiu-, Ar,
UMft aniiAr. Wuyneatville. "
U'Jm ' Hi ynon City, "
flf.o pml " Andrewi. Lv,
4(ift p m
2 05 p m
V4ft a m
fi So a m
Num. (Mi und 51, I ullmau 8leepera between
Rult'tKh iinti Morriritown
No, nil and .r:i I'ullman lUitfrt 8Ieeplnt
Curt bet wet. u Hot sprtttfjtt and Washington.
Vk. A. VWMtl'KN, li. I A.,
AMheville, N. C.
IA8. t. TAYLUR.O. P. A.,
Wannink'Lon U C.
Chicago: Alton R.R.
HASTHST KOl'TK TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Anhevillc to Kantm City In 37 hour.
AMhevitlv to Ht-iiver in ftl houra.
Asheville to San I rnnintfo, California, and
Ftirtland, urtnon. In ft duv.
Stdid Yexttbulcd l ruin St. I.oult to Kan
nan City. Reeliuiuj; chair car free.
Fur full iniorniutiou cull on ur wriu to
n. A. Newland,
Fbitrict ramienfer Ajrent.
No. lb I'atton Ave., Aathevillr, N.C.
I CHAR I. TuN, ;. P. A.. Chican. 111.
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
)n nnd after thin date the followlnR ached
idea will lie run over ita "Columbia Division.
No. flit Leave Columbia fl.20 p. m.
Arrivcn ut ChurleNton.... 0.3U p. m.
No. ft2 1-tnvcK CbarlcHton 7.10 a. m.
Arrive it' Columbia ll.ftft . m.
Connectiit); with train to and from all
point on the Charlotte. Columbia St AuJ
run i a and Columbia & Orceavillc Railroad.
T M. KMKRSUN, Gen. Paaa. Ajrt.
I. P. HP VI MK, tu n 6mt.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CIUCACO. MILVYAl'KHK He 8T. PAI L
AM' NORTHERN PACIFIC K. R8.
Throoirb Pullman Slecniitff Car leave Chi
cnuo dai at ft.:m p. m
l-or M I'uui ami .Minnenpoiia.
" l-ar'o. North lakotu.
" Htltiiaaml Mutte. Montana.
The .lloPtoiie Park.
" Spokane FiiIIh and Tncot lA.
" I'ttftland, i irc,.'on
Ht nt Route to Scuttle und all Sorth Pad he
Count point h.
The Mvnic line t California, 'la Portland
and the hata Route.
Iu kit h on nalc everywhere.
For inturinaib n apply tu nnv Ajccat, or
nd drt itn A. V. 11 Cahi'NTkh. ( enernl Pna
nenti. r A tfint. Chlcaco, HI., or i. C. HKAliV,
S iu i hern PunetiKir AK'ut, LuuUville, Ky.
Pal.cc Steamck. Low Rati
Four Trip' pr Wat K.lwmn
DETROIT, MACKIIMAC ISLAND
PstMkey. Hftub fttrv. Mti, and Lsvk
llumn W-iV Poru.
Frr Wnok Dny Btw.n
OETROIT AND CLEVELAND
.il '.irtttyv "i Ur dunt jf Jittif, July, Atf.t aae) S1.
Ooubl" Dft-lr Liuu B't-en
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OMR I LtUSTR AT(0PM PH LTTfS
UtteMftitd t on ml n Tifk' will bMtiTtUhcd
bv yourTlckf Aaitit, or a drM
". R. WHITCCVR, 0. P. A.. DC NO'T M t
Oatrnit and Clevaland ttaam Nav Oo.
PATTTTOM w- f inlna Hh IN
vilU 1 Ixin warranted, anil tverr falr
liuat bin uaiiif aud price alamued mu blfM
W. L. DOUGLAS
Flaa Cull ana lau?el Waterproof Urata.
Tha axcellenra and wearlna oualltlMof ttttt aboa
tan not he lMtter nliown than by the tmnit anoo
Ditiuiaui m umunaim or ooiuiianrrV
tfSeOO f-pmtlna lland-aewad, an etofM an4
at vliali (Ire Hhi whleb cximmeDtl ltaU.
$4-00 llnnd-newed Wfllt A Ana oalf Mm
-r uiiftjiiniii-u itir "tyitj duo aurmuiir.
tO .00 l-oodvear Writ la tba auiioaiw trial
hhi-s. at a popular prloa.
SO. BO Pollrrinnna Klioa taapaelaUf adapta4
W fur railroad men, farmer, eta.
AH made in OonroM, Button ant) Laea.
haea been mist favornblv reeelret alnea tatroduoal
and th. n-cent Improvement, maas tbani supartav
to any .tinea aohl at then, iirleea.
Aak your Deslnr, ami If he cannot mppty roe easel
direct to factory enclisMna atl.vtUMa prm. or a
noalal for nrdcr tilanha.
W. L. UOLULAB, Breehlea. Maas.
PtIH HALB BY
WKAVICR & MYERS.
Bilitor Asheville Cltlicn:
Thnt nur many nicnits may know how we
arc getting on we will state that we tons In
In Hotel ant, Store
9iOoo in Vlye Week.
Took In Inst Haturday over (TOO. T8 of
that was hotel, bulance store. Hotel regis
tered 3S that day. Had 6,000 arrivals la
S months. Our stt'ck Is mammoth 800 feet
long and IS feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and sec "Old Cher)" .mile,
and buy goods of us and savs 10 to M per
oovie dtf a. B. CHBDBaTBB ft tOM.
, "l NoVYsti