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ASHE VILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1890.
A troublesome ikln dlanisii
I caused me to scratch for ten
" montha. and has bum i-nrarl hv
few dayt use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff,
Upper Marlboro, SM.
I was rum! several yeiiro aeo
white swelling In riy leg by the use of
8. 8. 8., and have find no symptoms of
any return of the dlsciise. Many prom
". physleinns am-mled me aiid all
failed, Vit 8 8. 8. did Hie work.
Paul W Kikkpatrick,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Disease!
Swot Specific Co.,
'K't JAdAtwl V
DR. J. H. WILLI ANN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
fount io A. M. to a l. M.
HE GOT THE CHICKENS.
THK HOI THKRN NKtiRO CHIT
1CIHKD HV HIM VICTIM.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Ktum fl and 8, McAfee MulldinR.
If oun 10 n. in. to 1 p. m. itnd 4 to t. m.
Tclcroiie No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
t. O. Bsm 7. Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
LICU A L BLOCK.
A. S. GRAIIAil7
Mftce-vv J. H. Law's lltorc, Koulh MHin
" With Ka. Boc.
I'llllng with .llvrr ir umnlntn....00c. to7fte.
' " aold $1. on nnd upward,
Del of teeth il.oo.
IWnt art of teeth s.oo.
To Oblige a Frlviul and cterupe au
Aciualiilniic A Mother JuhiIv
Rebuked by Her Child-Only
From the New llrliiniM Timcs-llcnncrit.
"You northern lulks tlon'l Uniu lu
know the southern nisKcr ns he is," ob
served the colonel ns lie lightcil n ircih
rigor nnd Iciuicil luick in his chair.
"Tliey ure not vicious, but tliey hit
without morul olilifjnlitui. Conlound
him, he's 11 thiel from heiul to heel; I nev
er saw an honest nicker yt t."
"Thul's very sweeping, colonel."
"Hut it's truth. I'll tlelV you tu liud
me hii honest I inner in all Gcor",in,"
"I should say Hint urny-liuiieil durkv
over on the cotton luilcs could lie trusted
to watch u nolil mine."
"You would, eh? Ileah, boy, come
"Whnt's wanted, Kurnel I'enbodv?"
(iskcd the old niiin, us he came over with
his hat in his hand.
"Suy, li'ili, I want you to do me a lit
tle favor, this evening,"
"I'll pay you for doiuu it."
"Ilress your soul, salt?'
"1 want you to stenl me n couple ol
youiiK chickens and brine; 'cm to the
store at 7 o'clock."
"Steal 'em fur suuh?"
"Yes. I'll Rive you a dollar."
"All riht, Mars I'enbodv. I'll hav'em
acre ov seuen o clock u i n alive.
"What do you think ot the mgRer
now r rata tne colonel as the old mm
"Well, you be on hand at 7 o'clock
see the chickens. He'll have 'cm here.
So he did. He cunie to the back door
of the store with a couple of pullets iu
biiK, as he handed them over he said :
"Ize got 'em fur vou Kurnel. an' dey
ns fat ns butter. Don't reckon you
neither sav nurnu' 'bout it ell ?"
"Not a word, liph. Here's vour dol
I had no uritiimetit make that even
ing. There were the i.iKKer, the chickens
and the dollar. hut could I sav . Next
niornitii! I went clown to the colonel
office, and I had scarcely stcpcd inside
wnen lie caned out :
'What do you think ot a louder
" Anything new haniieucd ?"
"1 should sav so. Where do vou think
old bph stole those chickens?"
"I have no idea."
"Hut 1 have. The internal rascal stole
'em from my own coup, and three or four
more with 'em :
BY WORD OF MOUTH.
No totter made, no matter what you iay. '
rtatiafaclion guaranteed, j
To Obllire Ihe Barber
The villuue had but one burlier, and
Dr. J. H. CrUWIOril. j one day he wns taken sick. Just at this
time n tin iiediller came iilnmi and when
something wns said about the barber'
Aanev lie, N. c i iu I.,..!, fi.p iM.il, .r inta.ii..(l lii. ttt'tiiiii.t liv
KiiTics .kutkutotiik box at once und said:
Kye, Ear. Throat and None.; "It is awful, awful ! I'oor man, poor
aulodtr I mini! His income will cease and his bus
iness j;o to ruin, (cnllenien, loinclliiii",
Room, ft anil 0, McAfee lluthtlnK,
A--A.-T"n-,tr A "tkW-v luvan j;u iu ruin. "i-hliciiil-ii, tHMlil'll
. NE V L A D, , ""I?'" to be tii.ne."
Alt t . ! No one else seemed to care much,
Aiiomcr ai aaw , ,. fKt jer mun. ViiniiitlK.'tie
MARION, N. C.
loueer he thouuht of it. und linallv
(muted off up to the house and oflcred to
flranf Cmtrl and lb. Frtlrrnl Lrtturt i.f lhi I .
Will practice la the 10th and 12th JuillYhil
IH.Irict.of North Carolina anil in the Su-
Vratern IH.triet of North Carolina.
rttKO. P. tlAVtniHIN, Tiiob. A. JoNa.
Kle)h. J. I). Maktin. Alrvlllr
AVIHHON. MARTIN tk JONIIH.
The barber's wife uavc him the kev. uud
; he soon had the curtains up and the dour
open. Hie first man to enter was u
i stranger in Hie town, who had atopieii
over to do me business with n druir
gist. He took the chair ami asked torn
ipiick shave. The ieddler lathered him
ti, and down and across, tucked up his
Attorney, and Counsellor, it!
k .. . r I H K I '
Will practice In the II ih anil I 'Jlli Jn.li.iul sleeves, uud picked up the first razor he
4 mA In tk. U....m.. J'....-. ... V- . I. 1.1 ..' . i .
........... ..... . .. ............. I.-II1HU rracn. ms lust scrape oruuuuc
Carolina, and In the Federal Cmirt. ui the ih lil.uul hi. anw.n.l ,.,,n..l ..fl ,.,
Weateni IM.trlet of North Carolina. ; 1 '? '"'"'' ' aecond pared oil about n
Rcier to Hank of A.hrville. dtwl , third of the stranger s mustache.
"luioil heavens, man, what nrcyou do
inn ?" he shouted us he juuiH'd out of his
"Whv. what's the mailer?'
"Matter? Ho you cull yourself a bur
Then what in are you doing
"Obliging a mior ninu who is sick in
"You ought to I killed, und here goes
to (III It."
And he knocked him over the box
stove, kicked him out of the door, and
run him around the meeting house, and
lost him in a heavv growth of pi u weeds.
It wns late at night when the ieddler
rcumK-urcd, lame and sore und humbled,
und nil he lutd to any wns:
"Hv gum! if ever I trv to oblige an
other teller critter as long's 1 live.
Jt A. TBNNBNT.
Architect and Coutractor.
Plana, tnedfU'attim. and estimate, fur
nished. All work In my line contracted fur,
and no charges for drawing, on contracts
Reference, when de.irrd.
linica: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
nqnara, Aakeyillc, N. C. fclilllilly
. H. RRBVKl. D. D.a. H. K. SMITH. II. U.S.
Dra. Rccvca Htnltta.
la Connall annaina. u.er Redwood's Htore.
Teeth extracted wilhont pain, with thenew
ano-.thetlc. and all rase, of Irrrirulnrity cor
P. RAMSAY, D. II. R.
?5 Office i
fiver the National Hank of A.hrelllc, Mur
aard Hulldlnl. Residence, AH Charlotte at.
LESStflSPAIN.rrQ Tn i iff
e DArtutJ1 vf
BRAOFIELO REGULATOR Ca mANTAgi
17 South Main Ntrt-et,
Have evrrythlng la the line uf
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
and Kll them a. .heap and deliver them at
war home as quirk as any house In the city.
Press) veattatilca from the country every
A .rial will show yon what we cau do.
sentlTdtr IHKB IIROTHURH.
WM. R, PENNIMAN,
PROPRIBTOR Ol '
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahewllle, N. C.
' r. o. asoa r.
'THE BEST KWOWM RFMFI1Y
III 1 ftsm A llaassaa. oa.1 . . -.a.
I Prwrani. k.riT -a".
sormor palMinoua snhatsnrns, snd
lsT,re,b,J lpWnT s'nl
raroinendnil b drnl.l.it I'riJ. iii
1 POR BALM BV
RAYSOR ft WITH, ASHtVILlt, N. 0.
From the New York Mun.
A gentleman who is given to dabbling
in electricity, and every now uud aguin
springs some new proof of his practical
skill upon his admiring family, is just
now very jubilant over Ilia latest r-
formunce in thnt line. He says: "You
know I am a pretty patient man, and it
takes something to muke me kick, hut I
had an cxwrieitce last winter thnt 1
made up mind should not bnimeii this.
My wife is n vcrv light lccier. and, wak
ing nt all hours of the night, she nlwuys
wanted tn know the time, I. of course.
wns the victim, uud bud to get out of
iwd and strike a light nnd ace what the
hour waa. Moreover, the bell to the ser
vant s room wns always either getting
out of order, or waa too feeble, so the
servants said, to wake them when they
were wauiea. 1 ne consequence wns that
I often hud to call them, and, taking it
altogether, I was rather more than I
eared for nut 111 the cold. I have, how
ever, just fixed up something that, I
think, tills the bill, On the mantelpiece
lacing my ncti 1 nave put an incandes
cent lump, which standi hytbesideof the
clock, so that at uny hour ol the night
the light can lie Unshed out, and the
clock can Ik seen from the bed. This is
connected to a buttery in the cellar and
to u push button at the hend of the lied,
within reach of my wife's hund. An elec
tric IkII in the servant.' room is now
sounded by the touch of a button which
1 nave nut on mv aide 01 the lied, und mv
shivering peregrination, in the dark,
tnnnx goodness, are over."
A Moderate Repumt.
Prom the omerrlllc Journal.
"You may bring me," said the gentlc-
nian from the country who hud wundered
into the 1'nrker house diningroom under
a misapprehension, and who had soent
an apprehensive ten minutes in looking
over the prices on the bill of fare, "you
may nnng me a glass ol water and 11 lit
tle salt, I've only got a dollar ill mv
IHH'kct, anil I don't want to live lieyouil
Miss l)c Muir llowchnrmiim vou look
Missile Meaner Uliuhlly dyspeptic)
regret thut 1 cannot snv as much tor
Miss I)e Muir (sweetly I You could,
dear, II you were us accomplished u linr
as 1 am.
ITIw author of thin Mmy. Ilwiyni.i Kit lluir. Ins
younu l'.nKhs'iiHii who lm M 111. ml of IHh lir0
la llrlliHh ImlUi. ,(... r I 'ml mailry,
wrltton dnrlui: pciHinsI coiinu r Willi Iih .iiI(i
and Hih RrltlHli army. Iinvn i-ifnntly nllrm-0'il a
irral ilnil of iiiiimiiImii I,.. Ui In rnsliind anil
Tliis tale nmy Iw esplaiiuil by those
who know how koiiIk uro niaile, 11 ml
whom the bounds of the possible are put
down, I have lived long enough in thin
country to know that it In hrst to know
nothing, nnd run only write tin) story as
Dnmolse was our civil surgeon at
Moridki, und we culled him "normniiKo,"
becntiKn he was n round liftle. Klcepy lit
tle man. He wax it good iloetor, and
never qnnrivled with any one, not even
with our deputy ci'iiiniMuner. who Imd
the inaiiiierH of n bargee nnd the tnet of
a horse. Hu married n girl as round
and lis sleepy looking as himself. Khe
was a Miss Hillurdyce, daughter of
"Hquanh" Hillardycn of the Helms, who
uyirriml Ida chiefs dnnghter by mistake.
A honeymoon in India is soldi 1111 niot'H
than a week lung; but theru is nothing
to hinder a couple from extending it
orer two or three yean. Tliii is a do
lightfal country for married folk who
are wrapped up in one another. They
can live absolutely alone and without
interrnption, just as tho Dormice did
These two little people retired from the
world after their marriage, and were
Tery bappy. They were forced, of
course, to give orrnmonnl dinners, but
they made no friends hereby, ami the
Station went its own way nnd forgot
tnero, only saying ocnuqnimlly that Dor
mouse was the best of good fellows,
though dull. A rivil surgeon who never
quarrels is a rarity, appreciated as such.
Few people ran afford to play Robin
son Crusoe anywhere least of iill In In
dia, where we are few iu the land, nnd
very much dependent on wh other's
kind offices. Diiiuoise was wrong in
shutting himself from the world for a
year, and he discovered his mil-take
when an epidemic of typhoid broke out
in the station In tho heart of the add
weather, and his wife went down. n
waa a shy little man, and five days were
wasted before he realized that .Mrs.
Dumoise was burning with something
worse than simple fever, uud three days
more passed liefore hu ventured to call
on Mrs. Sliute, the engineer's wife, and
timidly speak about his tronble. Nearly
every household in India knows that
doctors are very hclph-'S in typhoid.
The buttle must be fought out liel ween
death and the nun-en. minute by miniitn
and degree by degree. Mrs. Shute al
most boxed DiunoiMi's t ars for what she
railed bis "criminal delay," ami went off
at once to look after the poor girl. We
had seven cases of typhoid iu the station
that winter, uud as the averuze of death
is about one in every five cases, we felt
certttin that we should have to lose
lint all did their best. The women sat
up nursing tho women, and the men
turned to and tended the baclielors who
wre down, and wo wrestL-d with those
1)7110111 caws for fifty-six days, and
brought them through the valley of the
shadow in triumph, lint, just when we
thought all was over, and were going lo
give admire to celebrate the victory,
little Mrs. Dmiuiiwi got a relapse ami
died iu a week and the slat ion went to
the funeral. Dumoise broke down utterlv
at tho brink of the grave, and bud to be
After the death Dumoise crept into his
owu Iioum) uud refused tu be comforted.
He did his duties perfit'tly, but wo all
felt that he kIioiUiI go ou have, and tho
other men of his utrii service told hiui
so. Dumoise was very thankful for tho
suggestion ne was tliaiililul for anv-
thing in those dnys ami went to Chilli
on a walking tour. C'hini is some twenty
marches from Simla, iu the heart of the
hills, ami the scenery is giaxl if you are
in trouble. You pass through big. still.
deodar forests, and under big, still cliffs,
and over big, still grass downs swelling
like a woman's breasts, and the wind
across the grass nnd the Min among the
deodars says, "Hush hush -hush.'' So
tittle Dunn rise was packed off to Chtul
to wear down his grief with a full plate
camera and a rifle, lie took also a use
less bearer, lsi'imse the man bad Is-en
bis wife's favorite servant. He wns idle
and a thief, but Duumise trusted every
thing to him.
On hi way back from (liini, Dumoise
turned aiide to Bagi. through the forest
Reserve which is on the spur uf Mount
Huttoo. Some men who have traveled
more than a little say that tho march
from Kotegarli to Bagi is one of the finest
in creation. It rims through dark wet
forest, and ends suddenly in bleak, nip
ped hill side and black rocks. Uagi dak
bungalow is open to all winds and is bit
terly cold. Few people, go to Bagi,
Perhapa Unit was the reason whv Du
moise went there. He halted at 7 In the
evening, and his bearer went down the
hill ride to the village to engage coolies
for the next day's march. The sun Iwd
set, and the night winds were beginning
to croon among the rocks. Dumoise
leaned on the railing of the vcraifda,
waiting for his Is-arer to return. The
man came back almost immediately af
ter he hal disapis-nred. and at such a
rate that Dumoise fancied he must have
crossed bear. He was running aa hard
as he could up the fare of tho hill.
Bat thrtre w no hear to account for
hit terror. Hu raced to the veranda and
fell down, the blissl spurting from his
nose and his fare iron gray. Then he
gurgled: "I have seen the Menwahib! I
have seen the McniNihib!
"Wherer" said Duuioise.
"Down there, walking on the road to
the village. .She wan in a blue dress,
and she lifted the veil of her Isiunvt ami
aaid, 'Hum Dims, give my salaams to the
bahib.aml tell him that 1 shall moetbim
next month at NmluVii.' Then I ran
away lst'iuisu I vns afraid."
What Dumoise said or did I do not
know. Hani Dims declares thnt he said
nothing, but walked up and down the
veranda all tho cohl night, wailiug for
the Memsaliib to come up the hill nnd
stretching out his nuns into the dark
like a iniulmau. Dot 110 Meiiisaliilicitine,
and next day he went on to Himla. cross
questioning the liearer every hour.
Kain Dims could only say that he bad
met Mrs. Dninoise, and that she had lifted
np her veil and given him the message
which he had faithfully repeated to Du
moise, To this statement Hum Dass ad
hered. He did not know where Nudde
waa, hail no friends at Nuddea, and
would most certainly never go to Nud
dea, even though his pay were more
Ntiddcu is iu Bengal, and has nothing
whatever lo do with a doctor serving lu
the Punjab. It must be mom titan
twelve hundred miles from Meridlrl.
Diltiiuiitu went through Simla without
halting, and returned to Maridki, thorn
to take over charge from the man who
bad boon officiating for him during his
tour. There were Koine dispensary ac
counts to be explained, and some recent
orders of the surgeon general to bo noted,
and, altogether, the taking over was a
hill day', work, In the evotiing
Dumoise told hi-Ouctnn tenons, who waa
au old friend of his bu 'liclor dnys, what
had happened at I) ijti: ainl the mail ifiid
that Hani Pass ml;:;ii as will have
chosen Tilth orin while he wns ulsnit it,
At thin iih.iiient a telegraph peon
ran iu iu with a telegram from Simla or
dering Diuiiniso not to till." over charge
at Meridki, but to ;co nt once to Nudduii
on special duty. There whs a nasty out
break of clioli-rii at Nullum, and the
Ui-umilgovei'uiiieiiibeiug short liamUd as
usual, had borrowed n surgeon from the
Diimoiso threw the telegram across tho
tulile nnd Hum, "Well;''
Ihe other doctor said nothing. It was
all that he could say.
Then he rememlieriHl tlint Dnmolsr
hud passed through Simla on his way
from Uagi, and thus might, nussihlv.
have heard llivt news of the impending
lie tried to put the question, and he
implied suspicion into words, but Du
moise Htop"d him villi; "If I hud do
siren 1 nar 1 sin 'Hill never nave come
back from Chilli. I was shootiii2 there.
I wish to live, for I havo thing to do-
nut t shall not he sorry.
The other man Imwed his bend and
helped in the twilight to pack tip Du
noises juM opened trunks. Ham Dass
entered with the lamps.
"Where is the Sahih going'r" he asked.
"To Niiddi'H," said Diimniho aofilv.
Kain Dass clawed Dmnoiso's knees
and bonis and hecged him not to aa.
Bam Dnss wepl anil howled till he was
turned out of the rooui. Then he wrap-
R'U up nil his iH'lomriiiga, and cninebnrk
to ask for a character, lie was not go
ing to Nuildeit to see his Sahib dio, and
pernnps tome himself.
00 uuinoiso gave the man bis wages
uud went down to Kuddeit alone, the
other tlis'tor bidding hnngood-by as one
miner sentence or Oeatli.
Eleven days litter he had joined 'd.
.uemsahib, and the Bengal govern in nt
had to burrow a fniJi doctor to rope
with that epidemic at Nuddea. The
first iniiortatinn lay dead iu Chooaduuga
Franco still remains lie- country most
prolilie in energetic and irrepressible
siniisticiiins. 1 ine of the trils- has lately
been busily engaged iu gelling up facts
aim nu'iiM hikmiI lersoiw smitten with
tlieniamii Tor collecting all sorts of ob
jit. Thereurc.lieiiifnriasiis, U.noOcol
lectors of botaniivil sH'iiucn and i'0,000
antiquaries, 1 he bibm , i . these Nnple,
nowever. arc lie thinks lofty ami nob;
compare! to those of the l.-iugs who
slick pins in beetles ami love to i-xliibil
the impaled inse ts iu glass cases, or ol
the silly mUirtors of 'bus mid train
The statistician has hImi much lo sav
about the scrap book p.-,,pk. and tb
hunters after historical button. One of
these haa wonderful tula clinu of civil
and military s).ri-inieua, miigiiigfronnhr
time of I.'np-l toonr own duvs. mid
he spent large sums i f money iu hsikiu
for arli-'li-s of the U-i.l ou tin- bat I
fields when- soldiers of tin- first rvpulili
linu Ihe him empire h.-nl fniii'hl.
Another raiisinii lironght logellu-
io.isio uiiiir.'tit portrait of the gnat
(inpojeon, while 11 dealer ill curiosities
has on hand the palettes of nil Ihe urin
cijuil Trench painters who luvo llour-
Ished in the second half of the pn-wut
century. Tiie cnn-ful slatisticiau has
omitted to add to hi-. t tn,. clh-cturs
of such tnl -s in. tin-siii.is-m uf "stars'
of the biill-t. th.-re having lnn once an
old t'aiisian who hud an usirtin.'iit
tluwe thniKs iu his miiseuui. Litudiin
It-liHlint Hi. Pnnilly to hull.
A ceri, un man. not unknown in this
city, tolls tin. story about himself: Ho
went Ui lcs.k at risuus, and after a rluit
with the landlady, in which he told her
he thought he would take tin in, lie ask-d
her if she objected to i hildren. She said
no, not particularly, and wanted to know
now many he hud.
"Oh. aliont seven." he replied in an
"What! she cried. "OoodncMi gra
cious, I couldu I let those ill.
"Well," he said rellei iively. -Til go
nnme and Kill four of them. 1 like the
rooms very mnch." The lady was horri
fied and begged hint not to do it, until
anally he consented and gave np hit
hope of ever living iu Uti pl.matit Mom.
for Infants and Children.
"Caalnrlals so well adapted to ehUdrenUiat
I recuiuiiiriid ItuiupertortoaoyprosciipUua
known to ins." 11. A. Ancius. SI. D-,
IU 6a Oxford Bt., Urouklya, N. T.
Oaaforla eum. fnlle, Cnnsllpntlm,
Hour btuimu-li, lilaiTlioiit lnicuilion,
Kills Wurius, givu. uc-p, aiul prouiotss ui
Vf luiuul iujurioua medication.
Tub Curr.ca Cospaht, 77 Murray Btrwt, M. Y.
.cut Set. dAiwlv
When Bahy wo sick, w gse hr I'oslorls.
When aim was a ClilM, .lie cried for Castori.
When h. bis-ams SI In, .he cluui to t'astorla
When aha had C'lilklmii, she gavstiioiu Casuirt
A I.Hdv lu Tessa WrlleHi
My case is of long stiiiiiliug; bus baf
fled inanv iihvsiciaiis: have tried evcrv
renicdv I roiild hear of, but llrndficld's
I'cnmlr Kcgiilulor is all that relieved me.
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I'AMSKNI-.KK TRAIN SCHKIIfl.H
1 In Ksfkct AtiL-ti.t an
7nth Meriilian time imeil when not otherw-ii
" Nrw York.
o.'c.'tiin 1 100011m
1 'ir.iimi 7.'il5nmT
i'-'.'.iin I l'J oimi I
12 rnii I mn.tiini 1
7 loi.m 11.1:11011)
aoiiuin I to47uini
iU"'ion I 1 "opinl
1 1 0011m
I lomrtlnw ihink that It would hs Int
If Ul. Imuils thsl lalsir wers fiiliM n'l-r
The sllenl lin-.uu In the lust aneei reM.
When I think of the Irli'iiita u.. Iiste (isv la
Wbn have ernamd o'ar the rtver n-IKne Isle,
And reached the Inane on the other .sle.
It aenua an far ui the wlahari for itny,
And weary ami lonely suit Imtt I nm:
I fwl Ilk. a child who lis. lost hi. way
And to always lonnlnx foe horns, wsM hom.1
But I any to my ynanilnx hnart. "II- Mill:
W.'U go home when it b Uud'! will"
Tli. nlxht I. Inns-, tnit Iho day will bnwk
When Uie IlKht uf eternity trraiiili .1... n
On the emM w hear for tlx Master . -.ile
Will irulil. our Men. to th prouiuasl mm 11.
A little while anil the sate la pasnml-
II owe and heaven and teat at last
f I. Klent-si.
To insure cliangc of ailvctinenieuts
running on R'L'iilnr contract, copy must
be handed in hv 10 o clock 11. in.
"ton 11111.1 Kit nt liiriuiiiin. 11
you do inn 1 win not i. re.oonal
tile tor the eiiii.eiiieiiei-.." - lint,
duel or, I ran nilnnl neither the
lime nor Ihe moiiey." " ttell, 11
that Is lilipii.sllile, try
OF PURE NORWktCIAN
COD LIVER OIL.
I MtiMftltiica. oh II ic HrniiiiilM nt
tied, Miiri inn it rNr nl
HroiH 1, 'ouiili
or Sfti'iv Cohl
I have 1 1 II Kit wlin It; nnd ihe
admntnre i. ili.it ihe uiu.i e:i.;.
live aloinnph en 11 fnke II, Anutl-sr
tlilust which euiniiienda II la the
slliniilniinv propr rlie nl the II t
minliiMiihlle which It eonlnina
Vou will Hull It lor sale at lour
llrunclBl'a hut are inn art Hit;
Viiiiiiiiij jj.il 11 ,i , ..tita.
Two linn-v ti-iiiiis mint- -I nt
AShliV II U. IIKIL K WllKKK.
nos,i:u limnm. N. c.
Tu n-nt l.r . ii SiiihIhv niurn.iti n pair
'I K"l (Irivtim Tim lt mitl two ritt-il inr
liiitfi'. Atl. In "h," ciiinn f HUt.
N AcTIX'l". H(lSKT MAN
Snto nu nthiv 1 1" wiil'ntik. uith
iipiHirtiniiiM-) lir .1 :.ittt . tn rrprrm ut lo
ctiMy n-opiin-iMr Vt.rk Iimuih. fcrf r-
Cr.wn t I At II HCH. I.tnk ' If.Hfl, .. V.
llttvAil u iil-iii 1 itin.'s
Lv. Nrw Vfirk,
" IMtiln., 1
' Hnltimure, I
' W ii!hiitKl'n
Hlthnionit, 1 .'toitpmi
" Itunvlllc, "f Kiiipml
" Wllminut'n I no.mml 1
(fdlilHtiuru, i! 4(iin onpm
kMMfcrh, 4 .",nij I
' SiiliKhurv I I ii t-r.Miiltl jr.ninf
Ar. Afhcvillr, 7..'iim 4
" Kiiuw Ic. I i
HMMhiiui.il 3 -I r. 1 mil Hyr.pm
N. 53 I
J .m "
A. At H. K. K.
700 p m
OU7 p m
.1411 p 01
7 M.1 a m l.v
u:i3 niu r.
"4U in 1 "
Hf.il j.ml "
li.uly i-.ct-pt Suiiilay.)! No. 17
4 OS p m
3 o.l p m
04n a m
5 ftp n m
No.. .Mi mill ni. I'uIIiiimii Meeiier. between
.uii-ikii "mi ai' rri.iow n.
No.. A2 1.111I au i-iiiiniun Puffet Hleepina
von iHriweeu not epntiKs nnu w aaninaton,
. . WIAUl K.N. 11. i' a.,
A.hrville, N. C
IAS. I.. TA l.ult.li. P. A.,
-Vn-.ni"clon li C.
A XT I'll
l,cipl U;.v lliilr nnlrm nt Witllitm.
- .17 l'ftiMi Aiihic. Mir iiiniiiK nml rv
nmriiiK rptim.. UrKtim., Arc, liy lTul". J.
II ii hint tinif ni'il fur 'J.n i. '.iii- ,r.l.....i.l
ilrv wiMiil AppH (i
iictJH tllm sWANMANOA llflTKI..
Twenty hi-nd of hon..-. nml iinily Aimlt-
at K M. iNriiver'n liou.r. across eoiintv iron
o. 114)1.' 1 1.
A tenehrrof flrnwllllf in the .-tie .eh. ...la
Must lie thorouuhlv itn-iiurv.1 lor ihe w.nk.
Salary 4fl pti nioiith. Aililna
r. I-. CI.AXTtlX,
o'ta7dlf Hunt CltyK.lio.il.,
Ciiki?1: A: Alton R.lt
, I'ASTIJST Kill Tli TO
i KANSAS CITY AKD THE WESH
Anhrvlllf to Kan hum city In 37 hour.
AIk-yiIU t lKnT in r.'l hfiuni.
Aniifv.Ut tit sttn I-riiiHiMcu, Cftlifurnla, aud
-riiuiiii, i rt ffoti, in a iinvn.
Snhil VrMtittiiti il TriitiiK tst. l.ouli to Knn
tn l it v. Ki i it'iiiiif I'luiir t-nr (nt,
For full .tilor million vnil un or write tu
II A Kewlaud,
IMfirict Pnttnrnifrr AKCtit.
Nn. tn I'ai'i.u Ave, AMlicvilk, N.C.
. CIIAKl.T'tN. r, a.. Chlraira. HI.
LOST, STR.iVIib OK SToUtX.
Our mlUh ii ntl iiir hr frr mtmvrti from
mr Iill (HI link Ktrct-I A liia rjtl rru ..r.l f..r
their rrt irn ur inl.-i nmili.n n tu thr.r wlit-rr
ul oiitN . It. VVI1,.IAMHU.V CO.
tine litrur nri mifl a hilt- MH.ttnl row. Will
pnv fi-r hrr ivtura ur iniurniiulu uf hrr
ii. 1. 1, ui- ii. c. iicnt
. TI.ASTIC CitASr LINK
i On nml ntttt thi (lute thr fnllowinft chrd
i mm win in- run over im "V.niumiila 1'lvlAlon
No. fiJ letiu'ii Coliimtiln O.lfO d. B
Arrtv-n ut Clifirli-tuQ 11.30 p. m,
No. na lei-iivr chiirh'siioii ?.lo a. m
, Atnvti iiiCnlnniliin 11. AA a. m,
! CnniHtitiiK niih tnnim to anil from all
Httuin tir Chmidtir. Coiuiiihta A Au
Ktttu uml Colttnitiiu K Urvcuvtlic Kailroadt,
T M KM KMSOW, Pin. A (ft,
t. . iihvini:. f'.-n i.i.t.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHIC A Jo, M IMVAt'K lilt ft 8T. PAUL
ASM K KTH liKN I'ACUMC K. K'tt.
TTIiNTIoN, IIOKSKOW NHHH,
t hnvr fur Hair nur vltlmrc MH. nnr Inn
hUL'Ky ihmI mil' two hiTil un h linlvhril l
vrhu'lr, miMiiiilr ii.r one or twit hnrM-nil 1
ur'iriy nt'W ul the loilimin iiruvN, rcMiwc. 1
lirly, m mi. .'i,Vll(l, 7A oil.
II II. I'A I TI KMIN.
novililtl Oar IIIH-iilr ntnl Hnl Hl,
Thm-iyh 1'iilliiinn Sti-rplng Car Icavra Chi
ctiico iiiiov nt o .in p in
For ht I'liui ninl Minnrnpolia.
1 " Inrco. Nuriti htikotft
; ' llil mi nml Hutu-. Mont.tnH.
M Tlir Vdtowklom I'urk.
Hpiik'ini' I'n'U niiU Thcoi in,
M I'orilitinl, i iicuon
lit -I Ktmi. tu rttuttU' nnl all urth I'aciHi-
con t iHiiiiit..
Thr Mt-iiU- linr to Calliorula, im Portland
ami inr iMinm kciiiv,
Tkki'tn un nuv tvi rv w herr.
I'or itiinrtiiHtii n npnly to nnr Airrnt, or
atiiirvNii a. . it. . ahi'KNTKK. i rnim I Fa-
rtiticr .jtnt. i itu-nun, ill., or . C. Hh adv,
Mouthrrn l'n.'tiifr Atfrnt, LoulHvillc, Ky.
i nk' h'li.XT.
A nii-r uiiTii i titl-l rnotii In littulr hloi-b
Apply to W. K. HAI.I.VIM'K I'ON.
li.ivum- t iiKli lllovk.
Two niily fiirnl-tiril rn -in.. Willi or wit
out lionril. Term, mi-onnlil. AlMtly to
I'. II MIT. III. 1. 1.,
novndilt "m I'nllon Ave.
(IK Ml. NT.
A vrry dmirnhlr tvnMrm-r.lumUh.tl. with
hnih rHi M, ciuwet. i', un IWiilt y mn-rt,
whlttn tlvr mihiitv' witlk uf miii on arc.
Apply nt IN I'ATTUN AVIi.
v wot I
IMramtnt HuHt rnnii, Laim' llirht ttiu.1.
nr n.. ohlrvliiin. at r7 Motitlt Mula Ktrt t.
Two riMiiforlulik- minnv runnii. miiiahlr for
light IliHIM-kis I'lllH' Alinlv nt
vo4ui .1.1 iiAii.iii nmim i.
Purnlhril Iiiium' Crn trul l.onitlnn. All
IntitrovciiH-ntH, Trrnin un niipli-atlon Air
ply JJ I'ATTt.N AVIiNfli
pO Kit .NT.
Kiilinrlinn rmlili-ncr. our milr from i-ltv on
Mrrtlnmti nvrioir ronil. haniUomrlv miu)
rumplt tflv fnrnlnhril ami cipiipiird ; rtiitiinltr
K'w, cirnivf HrotinMn; (aii irrun jirry
ru.tn; wintvr Hnroi-n; hnrm- and vrhlrtra If
ilrlml, l u' miun nirn lnt ol Nuvrmlirr.
m nvr iHTiinvtnit In mimm r on v won Id
ninkr Hnitnnrni arrmiKetm'nt with party
diKiritiK a wlntrr imliliniT Aililrmi
rpiitiiti r o. lock iiox nnu.
rLet Stiamcb. Low Rati.
Four Trip, per Wfc Ito wean
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
PtMky, fUilt hi- Mai-, sad Lata
Uuroii Wy pnris,
9 wry WvM Day MtvtwMti
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
l-rlil -Htroiat Tits 4 irlhtf J-M, Jf, AitJM Mrf Mpk
Ptiihlf rtAilr Llit ftaiwfkan
CHICAGO AND 8T. JOSEPH, MICH.
O'JS) iLt-USTftATCD PA II PM LrTfl
Maun i-s-l Kimi-iM n Tii-k. a will b-fumuli
by vunr TI.-..I A.i-iti, or aiidrw.
I B WH.TCOMU. 0. P. A.. DlTat Mk
Oetrnit nnd Cle.aiund aianm Nn. Oo.
FISH AMI OYSTERS,
CliNSTAXTI.Y (IN II AMI.
W5CATERT0 FAMILY TRADE
j. ic. hi:i:d & co.,
No. 10 Court Nquure.
o.-iua ii vr
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Billn;
Then wend your order to
No. 0 N. Court Square,
AKheville, N. C.
"roil' a Newrtpajier to a Vi-
iting Card can be execu
ted in a work'nanlike
RICES AS LOW
Ah Fii'Ht-CliiHH work can
Arikanyof the thousaudu
of their patrons in ABhevillo
and Western North Carolina
as to their manner of doing
business. They are
Killlor Aahrvllle Cltlsrn :
That our many friend, may kuow how we
an- aettlna on we will atale that wc took In
Hotel am; Stnre
9,000 lii Vive Week.
Took In In.l Hatutdny aver f 7O0. 7fl of
thnt wna hotel, hnlnnee atnrv. Hotel reuia
tered lift that day. Hail S.ihhi arrival. In
month.. Our at. rk is mammoth himi feet
lon nnd 1(1 feet wide. Tell the balance uf
the wnrld to come and era "old Ched" amlle,
and bay aooili of us and tan 10 to US per
nuvlddtf . K. CHUhUTBK ftON.
! Rltftftiiyritrr4 Tart-:cUcarl. PartaaaUmA,
ti pttfcvuttl. N m ilcmi TrttuUt at frM Malt4.
iiilh-vlnfl from tha efmpta of youthful amra. sarlf
4sray.wuuiiiiwiia.nsM, leal manhood, te-.IwID
and a valuahla traallw feMledl Mntaldln fall
partlenltra for hum. cure- PRE( of ahan. A
plane! lii medical work i ahould ha road by avarf
aa who U aarona and dvbiutatoa. liiiliaaa
M W. 0. FOWLS , sa.lkHM,
ao.S dw ly
In North Carolina.