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ASHfcVn&E 'bAILYja DECEMBER 11, 1890.
herald be dlspbvad l buying anndW
sine iihove nil MiinRK. In selee-tlng t
remedy (or any disease, you should be
osflfvo that It contains niitliltu; Inju
liotiato thr health. Many remedies
oa the market leave the patli-nt In
uoh wnrne enroll :.lon, than beiora
la purely veRetnble, and perfectly
harmless: the moot dlli-te child eaa
Me It with absolute wifely. It oontalna
aa mercury or mincinis nf any kind,
and yet It never fail to cure the U
aam It in rueommoniled (or.
Book on Itlood and Skin ilimtiUHe free,
swift ttpeeillo Co., Atlanta, Qa
DR. J. II. WILLIAMS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, S3 HAYWOOD ST.
Mount io A. M. In a I. Ml.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
office KnomaA and , McAlce Building,
Iluura 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. awl 4 to 8 p. in.
Tele pone No. 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS S ANO 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND HIII.HUK
I'nimptneaa guaranteed. office No. 8, sec
nd floor. Hendry block, directly over pout
.iimee. Rreldince No. 93 Bailey atrert.
A. H. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
omor Over J. H. Law'. store. South Main
with m ROC.
Pilling with .liver or umulguin....50c. io75c.
gold...., l.oo and upward.
net of !...". ' ;;
Beat et of teeth m.imi.
No better made, ao matter what jroa pay.
a.lUf action guaranteed.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. 5 and , McAfee Building,
fattna Avenue. Aeher lie, N. C.
raacTKB umitbd to thi
Kye, Ear, Throat and None.
man. P. Da Vinson, Tuna. A. Jofinv
Kalelgb. ja. O. Mi.TIU. Aatevllle
QAVIDIMIN. MARTIN JONKH.
Altorncve and Councilor, al Law.
Ashrvtllc, N. C.
'Will pr. tier In the 1 1 th and lillh Judiciiil
SHetrirte. and In the Supreme Court ol North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Wealcra lllalrlct of North Carolina.
Rclcr to Bank of Aahevllle. dtwl
AVrcbltevt add Contractor.
Plan., sprclAcalionn and estimates fur
l.hrd. All work In my line contracted for.
and no charge, for drawing, on cunt row.
Krlrrence. when desired.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Hlork, North L'onrt
ain.it, A.herllle. N. c fcM9dly
I P. RAMSAY. D. D.B.
liver the National linns nf Aahevllle. Bur
nanl Building. Rcldrncc. B Charlotte al.
II. H. RKEVK8, D. D. (.,
la Cnnaally aaiiaina, over Kcdwood'. Store,
Rfeidcflcc, 35 Spruce alnrel.
r.. r2ai rf.lr
. i r. npi
BRAOFIELD REGULATOR ill ATMNTABA
tp'id d wl ?
BOUOHT, SOLO ANO EXCHANGED.
Ateal'.Katate. Houaca to Stent.
C. F. RAY,
Member America Ticket Broker.1 AMOc'a,
ao SOUTH MAIN STRBBT,
ISoceeeeor. to Balrd Rector. I
Ho, North Main Street.
A HIIPBRIOM PLOtIR MANI'PACTt'HUD
PUR OUR TRAUtt. AU. SIZHs,
1 SELL FOR 11.40 PER HUNDREO.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
THII PINUST VNIMPROVBU PROMRTV
IN ABIIRVILLB. '
l.ol. fin and ft. I'roepect Park Moan
tain aad river scesrrv that eaaeot be -celled.
Pine lawn, well .haded with thrifty
young oass. tmiy one .quara in umi
., !. 4m a(e. a.a and alee.
trlt light Mar. Neighborhood, one of the
.beat la AeBevim. can or annrea.
. . - T. M. kOMAR,
of . r. pobtbr, ' '
gw. R. aad D Umcaa
SHE WAS A MILLIONAIRE.
AN INl'IDENT IN I'HK l.IFK OF
The Klchel Woniim In lliel'iilled
HtnH-M liormi'l "I'ut on Alra,"
ind, to be Hure, Wby nhould
I'rom tic III hi i u ted Anicr can
Once, nut vir.v Iihib nf. rciluffilKcn-
tk'wuniitii who kc'.'pn n InrRf lioardinj!
hoiiw in UiiHimnre received n letter from
a ladv sinning herself Mra. Hctly Green,
ushinit that two rooms miKblliereacrved
for herself and her mvulitl son, who
would he in Baltimore for n few day.
The landlady reserved the rooms, unri
Mrs. (Irecn and the invalid boy arrived
in due time. Now, the landlady w..s not
well up in railroud alVuira, uud hud not
llic reiuuteat suspicion thut her quiet
lodger was the richest woman in the
United States, and the one of whom an
editorial wag remarked, at the time of
the iiiiuoituiiieiit of the interstate com
merce comtuiMion, thai if the president
wanted to anpoint n person who knew
all about railroads, Mrs. Hctly Green
wns miles uhcajl ol any other railroad
sharp in the country.
Niitliinir in Mrs. Green's stvlc or man
ner ol livinif wns calculated to enlighten
the lunillndv. She did not take the most
expensive rooms in the house, und the
only luxury she permitted nerarll was a
ilailv drive in a livery stable carriage,
with her crippled boy. Hut in a lew days
ulter her urnvul nsuperbcnrriaKe dashed
up to the door, and Miss Mary Garret
sent up her card. Next eumc Mrs. Rob
ert Gnrrett, and then the president of
the ohns Hopkins rmvcrsily. ine
Bultimore and Ohio mnunates were
vrrv anxious to be friendly with Mrs.
Hettv Green. This rather opened the
landlady's eyes, but when Mrs Green
nniKared one eveninir dressed to so to u
splendid dinner Riven her by the Garrctts
the landlady scarcely recoKnized her
(itiict loduer. for she was mnuiiihccutly
uowned, and wore the jewels that she
reserves for very Kruno occasions. 1 mn
the whole thinu dawned upon the land'
ladv. She found out that the ouiet
lodger was n icrson reenrdrd with re-
siecl, not to say suierstitious nwe, uy
everv railroad m.iuuute in the country.
Hut the ouiet loduer continued as quiet
as ever, and looked sharply over her
iiiotleia bill on leaving, Dclore paying it.
The southern tilrl.
"Ulale" l'hiladelihla Times.
Now I will tell you something on tin
southern girl which she will lie sure to
deny vehemently, but it is only tne truth
and von mav believe what I say. She is
llic most meddlesome little somebody on
the ton side ol the globe. She will med
die with her men. lolka' affairs, and has
a sniot hered idea that she is a Utter
business man than any of them. She
ax-la hurt" when she ia not consulted
on business and nil other matters and all
but finds out the Masonic-secrets.
Hut this "meddlesomeness" (I enn't
find a better word) dm-s not amount to
a limit . As she is generully well read and
sensible, she is ofteu a good adviser, and
sometimes manages n large niif inet-s w lien
her better hull is absent. 1 know a Intly
who. beinu left in charge ol important
u Hairs, oH-ned and answered her hus
band s letters, line tiny a letter cume re
nniriiiL' the explanation of some law
Iioinis to ne lorwnnien iniim-iiiuii-iy. t ui
nwver of the firm was in Mobile, nnd
the lady immediately wrote him an ex-
n licit account ol wnni was aero en nnn
gave the address to which he was to for
ward his answer. He did what wns re
quired of him and enclosed the lady's let-
J , v V...A.
tcr to tne inwycr in cw iuik.
Meeting the Inilv s liuanancl on tne
streets one duy the New Vork lawyer
said to htm :
'Look here. Hrown, if yuu will just
step down and out and leave your wile
the presidency ol mis company tins en
ternriae will succeed."
It wua only a short time ago mat
heard a nromincnt political! of Alubama
snv that to his dend wife he owed ull
his success in lite. Her sisters all over
this land mav share with her the grand
and simple tribute traced on her monu
ment: "Her children rise tip and call her
blessed i her husband also.'
A NsmclctHi Heroins.
Vmm the Chlcajto Herald.
A ladv residing in Buffalo has battered
all the traditions uuon at least one sub
ject nnd at the same lime earned for her
a niche in the temple of fame. I'nfortu
nntelv the local chronicler has not
uiven her name, and until the
omission is rectified the niche ust
remain iinovciinicd. This -woman, in
whose veins must run Spartan blood,
iin.i ...at . nn hrr uliivea to uo out cull
ing when n mouse ran across the room.
She gave chase, but it doged and dimmed
m.i mn Im.i uL-fcn her a-et. Then altr lost
sight of it. She looked carefully about
lor a moment or two, ana turn concnm
ing it had escnied she went out to make
m nnll In .ha mlflat nf n vivacious eon.
vernation she fell something moving In her
dress and immediately setnougnt ncr it
i.;.l .1.. h.I .I...L.
U.M.irl Mr, lllfl aha a.mim And lumtl
on the chair ? No. Did she fnll over in u
lit ? No. She simply nudged the mouse
to make it keep nutet and went on with
iMvpaiiiinonium When the call wns
..mm aliwi.nl him hmik herself viuur-
oualy and the mouse dropped dut and ran
lor us me. nut tne Drove luny wuuesni
it with Iter umurciia unu nnisnrti itsca
The Way II la aomcllmea).
From the llo.lon Transcript.
' Interviewer. "Mr. Swelhcd, 1 have
come to get your views on the proposed
change in the curriculum of the grammar
Mr. Swelhcd. "Curriculum! Whnt's
that t I'm ogin It whatever it is."
Mr. Bwclhrd (reading the rrmrt of the
interview.) "Our distinguished towns
man, Mr. M. T. Swelhcd, was lound at
his charming home, surrounded by abun
dant indications of ri scholarship and
sturdy common sense. In reply to our
rrorter's question he said: 'I do not
desire to force my opinions uHin thepulf
lie, but this I will say, that I have given
to this question long and studious atten
tion, incidentally exnniining into the cur
ricula of institutions ol learning, both lit
home nnd abroad, and although 1 find in
I he existing course of study not a lew
matters for condemnation, still upon the
whole, I cannot say that I should advise
any radical change until I have further
time to examine into the subject.' By
George, thnt feller's got my exact lan
guage, word for word I And he didn't
take no notes, neither I HyGcorge. what
. !... fU..M an,., haval'l
The it ps and Downs of Polities.
Newly Appointed Police ust!ce"Your
fnce is familiar to me, prisoner. Where
have 1 seen von before f" Prisoner (lor
mrltf At nnlira Instice himself) "I bad
h honor to send vour honor to the
Island onei when I wns on the bench
The judge "Six months."
THK HOl'TH AND THE TIXB9.
-, ..I, . .1 .1
A Bpeclal Edition to Ad vert lae Oar
Resources Over tlie Country.
On the 21st of this month the Philadel
phia limes, an ncKiiowicagen iricna oi
the south, will publish u special southern
edition. C'ol-mel A. K. -MuCltire, the
l imes, uuid the south a visit a few weeks
ago, and he saw muny things in the way
of industrial development which were a
very pk-usant surprise.
This sorr-in! edition will contain articles
on the industrial south by K. H. litl-
inonds, editor of the Manufacturers' Rec
ord; . C. Hemphill, editor of the Charles
ton IS. l I News nnd t-ouner; John i.
Green, the southern industrial corres
pondent ot 1 lie times; Thomas P. (.rus
ty, southern correspondent of the Mann
lacturers Record; I. h. MacGowmi, ed
itor of the Chattanooga Tradesman;
Wallace P. Reed, ol the Atlanta Consti
tution ; the editor of the Birmingham
I Ala.) Age-Herald, and other writers
thoroughly familiar with the subject un
In addition to the regular circulation
ol The Times, a large extra edition will
lie published to be circulated among the
manufacturers and capitalists indifferent
parts nf the country, many of whom will
be going south to siicnd the winter and
to investigate the merits of. the
different places which offer u good
tit-Id for investment. This special
edition of the Times will be a sort ot a
guide book to them, and it is obvious
that it is nn excellent medium through
which nil who are interested in Southern
enterprises can reach the very clnsseswho
are doing so much to otniu up me soutn.
For Inrther inlormnuon address 1 ne
Times, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ch'liA T'i'S muny a new hiisimfs ;
liXI.ANCliS many an old buniicss;
iiliVIVES many a iltill business ;
h'HSCI liS mnnv n lost business ;
,s'. l 1 7;.S' if a in a falling business ;
I'KliSliKVliS many a Inrnv business;
ShX'I'h'liS sucress in anv business.
Tit mlverlise imlicioaslv. use the col-
iinmsol" TheCitiien." liverylioily rearls
it: ii ml in propoition to tlie returns it
viiltls mlnrtisers, ittiates tire the cheap
est in tlie country.
OOMS WITH BOARD.
toast-nt.lt ri.nma nn 1t nnd 2d floor, at 08
Col left trect, with cotnfortftlilr hoard.
flCCNIIiW" MKS. Al- IV. biinin.
KKliK, LATIN, BTC.
Private tcachlnc. An cxiierit-ncrd trarhcr.
M. A. of Hit it Huh rnfvrrfiitv. could Bnarcaotnc
hour fur private tuition. Alflrrn
nri 1 n It,"
dec. d'Jw tu tb iat 4 arc Cltiicn.
K. H. BRITTi
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUr.DER.
Also frn-llng of all kind. done. All order,
iromptly filled and work guaranteed. Can
lie found at all time, at Graham. Cotton
17 Pulton Avenue.
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mine Pane Hmlth, InU from New Vo'k. at
.17 fK.uth Main 8t., I. now fully prepared to
do the molt .tvllahdrraamnking at the short
est notice. Perfect fit Kunrnntrctt. Also ar
tistic millinery hats of all kinds msde as
new. Ladles' materials nanl to tne moat
practical advantage. Patent hat and bon
net .upporttr. 07 Hnuth Main .trect, over
A lull line of
Noveltle. of all kinds for
Nuccraor. to Kopp a l.lchtenhcrgrr.
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.'
Cutler rnoaled oa the premise, dally
ground for every customer.
Pull Line of Table Supplies,
Free drllvrrr. A full line of Peed, famished
at wholesale price..
aS PATTON AVKNUK.
Telcr one No. 60.
Pr virtue of the authority noon ttt con rr
nil iisiliwlanl truat psccuted hv H.M.Konv
rnr and wlfr t the nmlcmtunrtf A. J. Lyman
an truntcf to sk-curr th aura of Twcnty-nvc
llMndn rl llnlliirfi tn AtltrTtoa HI aTll I. atlO I.
. Waililrll a tnmt't to ectsre tne mtm of
OncThounand Ih-llara n Mra. J una n. uv
eii ia sniii iin-u sir iiu.i isajsiia i i-"v
Hook No !IO oa pnirea 8ao and 82, rennrct
uiw nt th. rrcnril of mortunirea and oriila
of tru.l for Buncomlie county, we the under
signed truat e, by rrnaon of default having
h-rn made -a thr taymrnt nf the delita aa re
nniml l.w h. Iitiiii of aald deed of truat,
will aell at puhllc sale at the court houae
iluiir In Aahcvlll", N. C on January aro..
ikul n 'j nvlnck m . the land dcacrtll d In
.nld ibkiI. nf tru.l Hieing the .a me In bothl
Ihe anld land liclng ine notiae ana ioi uMn
Hk .h ih, .m1,i II. .l. Hm- netir now I vee.
fronting Ull leet on the wealern margin ol
liepoi .trect anil 115 fret oa the northern
miirtiin nf t'finna lv' avi-ntir. Ining lot No
ion o' thettoutherii lmn-,ivcmrntCompnny'.
land, and in site uiuinn irvi, near ine con'
rale Hue ol the dly nf Aah vllle. Term, caah,
A. I, l.VMAn. I mim,
tire. 10, 1HIMI II. C. WAIlliBLI., Tru.te
wdecia.yn d decJ.1 ijanl
If advertising dues
n't pay, why in it thnt
the most successful
mervhnnta of every
town, large and sum II
are the heaviest ad
vertisers? If it does
, pay to advertise,
why do the heaviest
business firms in the
world spend millions
in that way? Is it,
because they do not
know as much about
business tis theflxfor
a dollar "storekwih
er"in a country town, -7iO
spent ia advertising
is thrown away?
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY,
'.u.v.-- v.urv-a uintriiuii an
niaat In IIaBII.m. Mllhnul lala
"H.ti.fJ." Curve 4Jiilmrliun nn
rmvnnis mririura, vjniiiiiina II"
nuriii or fHiiaonnus sniMtiinei-s, snn
I. gnnrnniomi niianininiy nHmiii-m
. . . i :
prearrlbml by phyalelsna. Maat S.
rlngnfrMi wnhnnch bnttln.
flnlil hv drvara ata ll
atltiit aa. ArnirOhom.Pn
Kll StLI BV
RAYSOR a SMITH, MHEV1LLI, N. 0.
. . sis a a a .
for Infants and Children.
"Castarlala so wcO adapted tochUdren that
I reeoenmend It a. wportor to any praKrlpUoo
known to me," R, A. Aaoasa, M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford BU, Brookljn, N. T.
f Aalli. hv PflWKI.I. At HNI1II R.
ahnlMitle and retail grocer.. Tlice lirjcv.
are being paid by the merchant, to-day.
Bag. I a
appiea, nnn i
I'umfikina,eaeh am '.'ft
i.acaa... j nni.o
lieeawax, per in..
PoLatoei. .w't..3n(ii Bill llonev.
Turnips 30 .401
Onl.as looci 125
Csbbage, per lb
Beans, pr ba.ioiw. i no
Hav. ton S15C1L'0
heitnuU 1 50
Celery, doi SnVtn
When Baby wsa sick, ws gava her Cantoris.
When she was a ChIM, she cried for Caalorls.
Whan she beosme Miss, she elung lo Csstorav
When she had Children, sue gave tbera Castorl
Bv an exnrrlenrcd woman, an engagement
a. profeulunnl nurac.
MMM. BI.I.UN CONNKI.I-.
Care I) II. Pstlrraon, cor. Illllalilr and Unit
atreets. nccio on
Tn htiv t'nverrd S'lmiin. suitable fnr gro
eery bii.lneas. Addnaa Vt'M. K.,
decttdat inia umre.
LOST, STKAVEI) OK STOUiS.
Bunch of 4 keva and 3 button hook, on
round ring. Lllicral reward bv leaving at
llr-KUtl . I ill. or r i. n.
. . , . - . -s.-.v.
poK 8 A LB.
A handsome Folding Bed. nt
MMIi. M. FA1 Ii KMITH.
diclt d.1t 57 Main HI.
A 52 lnc Victor tilcycle. In esccllcnt condl-
tlnn. Can lie ien t the atore ol r. It. Mitch.
ell. No. L'N I'ullon Aucnuc.
Pine driving hnrae, tuifr and winnd. .Is
yenra, atanila 10 hunda. Ilnquirrof
decH ill w" 1 1.1 Cheatnut atm-t. city.
Cow and calf: three uiiartrr. Icrwy ; anlen-
dldm-lker. Apply at CITIZKN OI'I'ICU.
T-an knfllM nne with U moffll. the OlhtT
6. with pantry and servants- mama in goou
repair Apply lo MHS.WAI.KKK.
aecllUlW- rW. nn oaory
At .7 a mnnlh. a small ornce room on
court (uare, Iwu doors eaat of posioffliT.
Aatlrea., i.uv n. '
Two 4-rooBi houaea on Mclmwell alnvt
Apylv to J. A. Tennent or II. r. liravea.
aecn a l w
Two nice rooms, lurni.heil. Nn. An lialli-v.t,
dccadiw O. L. MrlHINAUII.
nue. Apply lo
T. C. HTAKMiX.
Three deairsbHr offlcea fnr rent In McAfee
building, 3 I'atton avenue. Apply at
decs dlw S7 iiaii.uv nr.
Pnrniahrd houae. Central Locatloa. All
linprovemrnta. Terms on appllrnllon Ap
ply lay I'ATTWN avium n
net no u
UK'S MUSIC HIM.
35 Na main Street,
ASHEVIIXK, N. C.
INSTRUMENTS, PIANO., ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, IANJ0S, ETC.
Any from aa Immense stock or kave It
hipped d.rect to yon from factory.
MM A6ENT FOR NO ONE.
a I buy inr cash whatever la best In the star.
kct. I sell oa your own terms. I re
B. Chase, Bverett
WILSON A WIIITBORllANH, KIMBALL,
PNITBD STATU ORtlANS, "The finest
la the Lsnd."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
.mi tut "nyra sn'i
Oaatarla enre. Oonn, QawMnstlnB,
Bour Slooiaua, DlsrrtacM. Krucutllon,
ills Worms, gives sleep, and prouutea dl.
Wltfourlous medic. Uoa.
Taa Camsra Ooariirr, 77 Kurraj Btreet,. Y.
ForMalarla, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Sbc Hunered for ao Years.
My wife has suffered for lifteen years
froni congestion and painful menstrua
tion. After using three bottles of Brad
field's I-'ema e Kegulutor she is now ublt
to do her house work and go where she
pleases. J. W. Davis,
Moravian Pulls, N. C.
Write Brndficld Kegulutor Company,
Atlnnta, Ga., foi particulars. By all
ASIIRVII.I.R l.ir.HT AND PlIWKR C
Ashrvillc, N. C, Nov. 13, 1HU0,
liditor The Citizen : Will you pleast
give notice to the Asheville public, thnt
we hive completed contracts with the
two leading electrical companies of the
world, to wit: The Tompson-Houston
and the Kdison General electrical com
panies, for the installation of ma
chinery capable of supplying two
thousand incandescent lamps, pecul
iarly adopted for residences, stores,
churches, bnnks, or offices. Thnt wr
have ordered and will soon have erected
a complete system of wiring for each set
of dynamos, and thnt we propose after
installation iscomplcted, to furnish lamps
of nnyrandle uower(over 16 c. p.) for all
night, or shorter service, measured by
meter or otherwise as our patrons mav
prefer, at 10 percent, less than any other
bona fide company will offer to render
Ahiikvii.i.k Light & Power Co.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
THIS IS THE WAY YOU LAUGH !
Thurnduy, Dec. n.
In Their I'unny Mualcal Farce,
A Winning Musical Pare Comedy In n Acta.
TUB FI.AU MKIKT HANCBKS!
THK TVR0LHAN WARBLKK!
Tlllt LVCBt'M gt'ARTBTTK!
THK FUNNY COMBIIIANS!
WITTY DIALOGUES ! BRIGHT MUSIC I
RUTTY tllKL: LATKMTMONtta!
No advance In price.! Heal, oa sale Tues
day, al No. Ill Paltoa avenue.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, DKCt ia.
THE :M0NARCHS: OF: COMEDY.
THE MERRY LAUGHTER MAKERS.
HERBERT & JOE CAVYTHORN,
IN THK I'I'NNIHltr. IIRK1HTKST, BUST
Calchy onga, apnrkllng Music, Par-lit
celled Concertina Molna, tiiNlcull lianeea.
THk FAMOUS NUGOET QUARTETTE.
Wnndrrfnl aceale and Mechanical Bffrela
I'sual prices. hart opens Wednesday al
dam aharp al Hawyer'a, 15 I'atton Ave
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, Dec. 15.
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THI SEASON.
MME. FRY CONCERT CO..
Conalsling of the Ibllowlng Artl-t":
Vloloaeelllal, Contrail, and I'l.nUt.
Prima Donna Soprano and Vlollnl.t.
MIM I.I'LI' PRV,
Flute Sololal and Contralto.
MIM ALT A PRY,
Solo Vlullalst aad aoprsno.
MIM BIIRTNA CHUNKY,
la a Select Program of
MUSIC AND HEADING.
I to not mlaa thla opportunity.
Arata nn aatf Mriday, lec. IS, at flawyar'a.
Hu, IA lttoa avenue. I'eiiat rWa.
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Addrtaa THR BI N. Mew Vork
On the .nth day of Devrmher, In the town
of Burns vllle, Yancey county, N. C, the na
rirndnncd. asaianee nf J. A Atirrnathv. will
sell at pMhlie auction for caah all the stock
of goods consisting of a general line of mer
tn a noise convvyeo in a certain oeco 01 assign
mrnt to the undrraitfned bv the said J. A,
Ahrrnnthy, and irgisterrd In the oltior of the
Register of Deeds of Van cry county J also all
the accounts, notes, murtgngrs, Ac. All will
be sold as a whole. R. L. GRAHAM,
decdlw, , . - Aaalgna.
RIMiflES GOLDEN SFcClFIC
ftnan be gl van la c-nma, taa, or In arttelasnf food,
Wltbool the kaowWHlait of paitant If aeepsssary 1
It to abaoluialv SaemUaa and wIM ailWa a aaeuia.
ant and mmiAf ovra, whvUiaf the ps4Jraili a
KR rAlLM, Itntsaratfaa an aiilollv and with auek
eortciitty lhat iha patient unnamaa na Inroa.
5& .ttxut "
AVaoR a SMITH, Dfaggtsta,
Aahevllle, N. C,
auSS dawly ssos was Iri
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Westera North Carolina LHvl.lon.
PA88EN0EB TRAIN 8CHBI1ULH
(lK BFFBCT Nov. SO)
7Sth Meridian time uaed when aot otherwise
s i Spin
van Til ic,
" New York,
880pm 8 25am
wurrBouNu. I No. Bo No. 5a
Lv. New York,
1 4finm I
1226am 111 10am
1 90th mcr.l
845oml 8 2Spm
A.'a 8. R. R. I
9 22 amll.v
1019 am Ar.
124S pm "
Aaheville, A IT.
700 p m
607 p m
840 p m
No. 18 (Daily escept Sunday.)
405 p m
205 p m
945 a m
5 50 a m
7namL.v. Aahevllle. Ar
9 3S a ml Ar. Wnyneevtlie, "
2 42 p ml" Bryaon City, "
58Qpm" Andrews. Lv,
Moa. Ao and 51. Pullman Sleeuera between
Greensburo and Morriatown.
Noa. 02 and 53 Pullman Bullet 8 renin a
Car. between Hot Spring, and Washington.
W. A. WiJUUUKN, ii. r A.,
Aaheville. N. C.
JA8. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
waanington u c.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & BT. PAUL.
ANO NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R'8.
Throusb Pullman Bleeoina Car leaves Chi
cago dally at fi.SU p. m.
ror nt. taui ana Minneapolis.
Fargo, North Uakota.
' Helena and Butte, Montana.
The Yellowstone Park.
' Spokane Falls and Tacor ia.
Beat Route to Seattle and all Sorth Pacific
The Scenic line to California, '(a Portland
and the Shasta Route.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For information anolv to anv Airrnt. or
address A. V. H. CAaPHNTBM, feneral Pas.
senger Agent, Chicago, 111., or it. C. Bit AO v.
Southern Paaacnger Agent. Louisville, Ky.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PAaTBST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CIH AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Kansas City In 87 hours,
Aahevllle to Ienver in Al hours.
Aahevllle to Han Francisco, California, and
Portland, Oregon, In ft davs.
Solid Vestibuled Trains St. Louis to Kan
sas City. Reclining chair car free.
For full Information call on or write to
Ba A Newland,
District Passenger Agent,
No. 10 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, III.
TLANTIO COAST LINE
On and after this date the following ached
ulea will be run over Ita "Columbia Division."
No. 63 Leaves Columbia S.30 p. m.
Arrives atCharleston...... ft. 30 p. ra.
No. 63 leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia ll.nft a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia & Au,
gusta aad Columbia Jfc Greenville Railroads,
T. M. RMRRSON, Oca. Paaa. Agt.
I. P. DKVINK. Gea. Sunt.
Paiact STtAMiaa. Low Ran
Worn Trip, par Wwk Beiw n
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLANO
MsakayJUalt me- Marts, aad Lakt
arna Wy Awts.
vary Weak Day Sstwssa
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
SskMI .... Trif. Saw, J.M, J.ly, M. R.H.
DaubU Dally Lua Bwwsaa
ChlCAQO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUM ILLUSTRATBD PAMPHLTi
lH ana Bimimna Tleh.la will fu-nubwl
bv vour Tlith.i Aaoil. rr a id-1 m
t. S. WHITCOMB, a P. A., DlIKST, Men.,
Detroit and Olavaland llaam Hnv. Oo.
caution Kjsra sssr as
baa hla name and prtca Mamprd an bat feat
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE OISTLKMIS.
Vtas Calr aad Laeavd Wat.esr.aC Ovala.
Ta. .seallaae. Md vraartaa QualtlNaiS1 SiS Sm.
MBMM ba bmtlmr alina-a h u. arau I
1JS O M
(140 f.1TrnW'shKfe sap .rtany atUslif
4a fiw railroad man, twtnara, tM.
All nutd. la Onusraa, Bulks and Iaas
S3&I2 SHOES ii&Sa.
feav. b... moat favorably raclead See. humdnoaa
and Ik. rvoanl ImpenvamenM Bwka ttaas SBSafbnr
s. aay sham anul at Uieee prloaa,
Aak your taalae, and IT Meatmmsrnlf fna SSaS
dlrmt to raetoni .nolaatag adnrtaad prk. a a
' WulTuLAeV arsshisa, Oask
POR SALB BV
WEAVER A MYERS.
n. II. COSBY,
(Sueeeaaor to C. Cowaa.)
1 PATTON AVBMVB,
NBXT DUOR TO GRAND CBNTRAL 110-
TBI. ASHSVIULS, n. w.
A nbw iihkii, earernny preparen ny lean
J. lag mrmbera of th. Aahevllle bar, (oa
Aneat parchment aad heavy flat paper), eov.
erlag all ..ruaaij pol.t., Js.t out aad .how
oa aah at the sale, of th. ir.sBOLraCaBa
Poauastm Co , No, Hmrlh Court ojauuvai
SavS Oaaala. Ilaadewad, aa .mnmt aai
O iSyllA anm ihoa ahlah anmtnend, Ra.tr.
SaMMand4.WParVV.il. Annaeaji SSos
,uallad tor ya and durabllNf.. ,
liiHi Wei, k, tha sasilsnl sras