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ASHEVIIiIjE DAILY, CITIZEN; FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 12, 1890.
should be displayed la baying stsfnVv
sine above All things, (n aaleotiag
remedy lor nny disennn, jrou should be
SoslUve that Itcon'nlnii notMnif lnj
lions to the health Many remedial
oa the market leave the patient In S
saneh worse comll.lon. than before
S i s.
In purely veterh1e, and perfectly
kannlees; the moot rifltrato child eaa
mtolt with absolute safely. Itoontnlos
an mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never (all to cure the Ua
iiihi It I renommunded for.
Bsok on Moos' and Skin iliaenscs free.
8 wilt bpnolilo Co., Atlanta, Oa
DR. J. H. WILLIAMM,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD ST.
Hour. 10 A. M to s 1. M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
OBIcc R.ome 8 and , McAfee Building.
Hour 10 a. in. to 1 p. in. and to 8 p. in.
Telepone No. 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS S ANO 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, M GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND BI'IUKBR
I'romptnoa guaranteed. Office No. 8. arc
nnd door. Heudrv block, directly over port
ulMcc. Reeldcnce No. 98 Bailey (treet.
A. H. COBB,
"X 9. GRAHAM,
tMhcc-Over J. H. Law". More. South Main
Plllln with .liver or amolgnm.. .Itoc. io7flc.
gold...... $1.00 and upward,
t of teeth." ;;
Beat eet of teeth a.uo,
No better made, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Room. 8 and 0, McAfee Building,
I'atlon Avenue, Aaney He, N. C.
rnacTici uhitkii to rim
Kye, Ear, Thiaat and Nose.
auiadtf , '
I'huo. H. lUTinaoM, Thii. A. li.ua
Raleigh. I.e. O. Mastk. Aal. villi'.
JJAVIDWIN. MARTIN JONIS.
Attornev. and Councilor, nt Law.
A.hrvlllc, N. C.
Will prai tier In the 11th and lath Judicial
District., and In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
Writer. District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of A.hevllle. . dIMl
J A. TBNNBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, epedSceUone and climate, fur.
al.hed. All work in my line eo.tracted for,
and 00 charge, for drawing, on contract,
Reference, when del red.
Office: No. 13 Hendry Block, North Court
nnuarc. A.hevllle. N. C fcMBdly
P. RAMSAY. D. D.8.
1 Office 1
Over the National Bank of A.hevllle, Bnr.
uarri Building. Kcldence, 69 Charlotte at.
R. H. REEVES, D. D.
in Connelly Bunoing, uvr Redwood', fttore,
Realrience, 88 Spruce .treet.
M a At - a.
0 LrFE 0p.
RAILROAD TICKETS 1
BOUGHT, SOLO AND EXCHANGED. , ,
Rcal.Katate. Houses m Rent.
C. F. RAY,
Member American Ticket Broken' Aaaoc'a,
HO SOUTH MAIN tTRBBT. ,
GREER BROS., ,
(nucerMor. to Balrd tt Rector.) . .
Mo. sS North Main Street,
A BUI'BKIOR Pl.OUR M ANUFACTURBD
ROR OUR TRAUB, ALL 'HIXKS,
E SEU FOR SJ.40 PER HUNDRED.
FOR SAJJfi CHEAP.
THB 1'INKBT UNMPROVBD rKOl'UKTV
1.0I. 88 and 84, TRpMt far II- Moan-
tain and river, sukami that eaaaot ki.
celled. Fin. lawa, wall .haded with thrifty
yoang oaks. Only on. squara from stmt
sarllae. convenient to water, gal and ilea
trie light llaes NrighbrrrhoouV.OM of, the
last la Aanenna. van or aoom.
r t. TfH.BOMAR,
' Or R. V. POSTHi I , , , ,
4seSW . f .adD 0"e"
A MOUNTAIN OF FIRE.
ONK OF THK UHANOKiT OF
The Cvuplw Bee n alnntitoln 1,000
Fort lilicti All In Flame "vise
i-,-t I.I011 or the H011II1 Moun
tain Rhiiiic Outlined In Red
AkhIiihI the BnckHround of the
From Ihc Morganlon Herald,
One of the finest mountains m the
stntc is '-UiKh Penk," a piirt 01 me
South Mountuin range lying four mile
siiuthenst of Morgnnton. From tlieCu
tnwhn hlll.it hns the nppenrnncc of a
huge coiirhnnt Hon with ita head turned
toward the rising sun.
For years wherever the sunlight glinted
through the trees the tull gruse bus
grown in profusion, nnd briars nnd wild
Tine. hnT run riot over the rich soil.
Lnves thnt hnve fallen for a score of au
tumns hnve been blown into deep drifts
by the winter winds, Hiiil the drv skele
tons of emit fallen trees arc half sunken
into beds of moss and arbutus. Add to
this the tact thut for nix weeks no rain
hna fallen nud that the Novvmlicr suit
and the November air have driven awav
nil the moisture from thismnssofcombiis-
tiblc material, and you hnve the setting
lor the colii6.nl bonfire thnt lor tne past
three nights hns been looked upon bv
thousands in the Catawba valley.
I In lit, Ki.nrlnv Vfflinr. whether liv
accident or design is unknown, the torch
was applied to the dry leaves in a deep
forge on tne snutn sine 01 111c mounimn.
he flumes, like hounds loosed from the
leash, rushed uo the mountain sitles, and
the ulnre of the conflagration lit the
country fur miles around. As night fl-
piouched the flames brokeoverthe range,
and as darkness enme on the iieople of
Morgnnton beheld suth a spectacle as
thev hnd never witnessed lielorc. nigu
in the air. two thousand Icetnbovethem,
and stretching lor more than mile
along the ridge the unbroken columns 01
flume devoured the mountain lorest,
while on the eastern end of the mountain
another wave of hrc rolled brum the high
est point ol the range sheer down to the
valley below. It was a sight never to be
lorirottrn. The errent mountain lion,
three miles long Iruui tail to muulc. was
outlined 111 tire under the dark Heavens,
its mime vivid flume unil its breulb of
luritl smoke. The mountain is in tull
view Irom evei v nart of Morgunton. nnd
Iieople snt for hours looking from their
windows on such a cctnclc as can be
seen nowhere else 1111 earth outside of the
mountain forests ol North Carolina.
Ort iIiik Turkey. 100 Mile,
Pram the Urccnaboro Workman. .
' The present generation is peculiarly
nervous und impatient, and it is not un
likely thut the great speed of travel to
which men hnve now attained contri
billed siiinrlly toward producing thin
impatience. On this line ol thought rend
the following news item.
"A drove of 100 turkevs reached here
to-dnv. hiiviui! been driven on foot bv
two liien Irom Patrick county, 11 distance
of one hundred miles. they were ten
days making the trip.
The above represents the patient und
ixTScrcriim suirit of fifty yeurs ago. It
is n (location nt all times open for discus
sion whether the man who goes 1 hrough
the world ut a moderate voce, docs not
gather for hiinscll more ol the fruit found
y the way than one who goes through
innhurrv. Ufa niece with the driving
ol the turkeys one hundred miles is the
old time practice of driving hogs across
the Hlue Kidge into central Virginia Irom
nwny up in Tennessee and Kentucky.
What a siuht it wns to behold when
three or four men on loot, with their
muddv boots and long whit, walked
behind a drove of five hundred Int hogs,
putting up for the night here and yonder
ann selling at so mu.cn per nunuieu.
The owner or owners of the hogs In
such cuses rude on horse back and were
enabled to go before both to sell nnil ar
range tor entertainment.
Saees" la Springfield Republican
Physicians are often asked tlieqiicstion,
"Is coffee a bealthlul drink?" Answers
are as varied as are the individuals ol
whom it is asked. From chemical nnnly
is and long observation i do not heat
tnte to suy that well ripened nnd care
lully prepared coffee is the most healthful
beverage we enn ulace on our ta'jles.
Then in reply I hnve often heard the
querv, "Why does coffee give me henrl
ache?" and from nnother. "What makes
mi doctor advise me to stop its use, 1
am so bilious?" while a third nsks. "If
hrnlthlul. whv when 1 drink it in the
evening am I troubled witn insomnia r
The answer to nil these comnlninta is
easy: It you will use only wen ripeneu
coffee that hna lain from three to four
years in its natural state without being
roasted, you will have none of these
discomforts. Should you visit the home
of one of those proverbially hospitable
old Hollanders In his own country, you
would find he neither drank nor ottered
to hi. miest coffee that bud been less thnn
five vears from the coffee held. He would
as soon offer you wine from the snme
season vintage. Nor win you nna mm
comulnininif that the coffee gnve him
headache or kept mm irom sleeping,
Americans ore proverbially a bilious na
tion. Much of thisdisorder. I doubt not. is
tracable to drinking unnie cottee, coupled
witn milK, wnicn uiuki iiiiukvbi."ji.
Does the reader of this uk, "What are
we to do? Coffee I must have, or my
brenkfnst is very incomplete and unsatis
factory. " I reply. Buy your coffee in its
green state in sntflcient supply to enable
yos to give it full age and ripeness before
it is roasted or1 "browned. ' You will
then have a smooth, rich and nutritious
bevernuc. fit tor the gods, and, as well
sale and nnrmicss lor even nn in vhiiu.
The Very worm,
From the Boatos Courier.
Dnpiier "What is the greutcst tic,
Snnpper, that ever Impressed itself on
vour exDtricnce?" Siinoner "Well by
all odds, the worst lie I 'ever heard was
the one your auartette perpetrated last
night when they rnme around to the
house and sang,- 'There's music in the
Preparing; lor an Kntersrency,
Mrs. Bingo "My ileur, why did you
fet two brishes for this bottle of inucl
uge ?" Mr. BingcrV' I gnt one to dip in
The Ulrl of the Period.
Prom llaroer'e Baiar.
Isuliel "What an awfully shoddy girl
Genevieve Flyawny Is? Everything
about her has the air of being marked
down."'! Mny ''Ves, even ner age.
! AllaBiaah. ..'.;
"Is the humor of McAllister's book
dragged in?" "If it Isn't, it might be
. u s. entirely ancousciuu., , . . . .
- Chills and fever ofth.ee years standing
cored by Simmons Liver Regulator-n.
Watktps Wntkins Mouse, uptonvine, .y,
JF.HVH HADE KNOWN.
international Leauton XI Fourth
ituarter, Dec, 14.
Cnmplliil f nun Ion H,-lpr Quarterly by par-
miwion or u. s. ituuaiuii, puuuauer, ruuauai
UH. "A nd they drew ulgh unto the village,
hither they went; and He made as
though He would have gone further." The
threescore furlongs had been parsed over
and pmlmlily the two disciple were sur
prlwMl tli-'t tliey hiwl renehed the end or
their wnlk an quickly, for with plenaant
company and mich iuHtmctlve conversa
tion aa they had enjoyed a long walk
would seem a very abort one. Ann now
they have, reached the end of their wnlk,
and Hu will not further thrust IIlniKelf
iinnn tliem unless they desire it. He has
enllslitened them, and instructed them.
and mode them glnd; and now it is for
them to any If He shall continue wit h them
or puns on. Hnw often hns He by His
Spirit given us ugnr. upon nis worn, 00m
in public and In private, hut have we
always felt grateful and dmlred to detain
Ulm, or huvo we willingly allowed mm to
paaa on. He will not tarry when tie is
SO. "Hut they constrained Him, saying,
Abide with us; for It Is tnwnrd evening,
and the dny Ik fur spent. And He went In
to tarry tvllh them." Fooliah and slow to
believe I. ' oU'iU they were, yet ne is easily
constrained mid goes in to abide with
them. Hnw much t hey would have missed
if they hiul ullowed Him to pass on.
80. "And It mine to piuw, as lie sat as
meat with them He took bread, and
blessed It, and brake, and gave to them."
It may not be necewmry to see here that
which He Instituted on the night of His
betrayal us a memorial of His death till He
come again; but the action and the words
are so similar (I.uke xxii, In) that wa can-
uot help thiiikiugof It, andaa they after
ward rehrmpHid the matter thnt same uight
to the disciples ut Jerusalem they told
bow He u-na kuown to them in breaking of
bread (veine 85).
81. "And their eye. were opened ana
they knew Him: and He vanished out of
their sight." In a moment they under
stood, why they had been so intercntcd:
they knew whose company they bod cu
joyed; the report of the women was In
deed true: their own eyes had seen Him.
But He wns gone; aa mysteriously aa He
had joined them (which perhaps they had
not thought nfi wi Ho left them; gone in a
moment. So ahnll it lie with us when in
Indie made like unto Hi. (Phil, ill,
90, 21) we shall reign with Him over the
earth ( Hev. v, 0, 10). We shall go here aud
there as He may send 11a, appearing and
disappearing at pleasure, manifest to and
ooniimniotis of those on the earth, in HU
service, but no longer or the earth.
Ana t hey said one to auother, Did
not our heart burn within na while He
talked with us by the way, und while He
oiieued to us the Hcrlptureiir" II was a
nrccinua heart burn which thoy enjoyed by
the way; the burning of holy peace and
lov and delight, because of Hi. presence;
that ulewml presence wnicn minis out aen
and olu. and Hie world, and sell rluiiteous-
neaa and aelf pleasing, and lays and keen.
us low at His feet for ills service and pleas
88. "And they rose np the same hour,
and returned to Jerusalem, and fouud the
eleven gtithcreu together, anil tuem that
were with tliem." What u contrast n
tween the sad hearts of a few hours before
when they left the city an, I I be joyful
hearta which they now laiiaess as. unmind
ful of threescore weary furlongs, tbey
eDcedily retrace their atens.
84. "Saying, The ixinl la risen lnnera,
and hath npiiciired to eWinon." Paul also
mentions Ibis appearance to t'eter utor.
xv, 8), How like our lxvrd Jesus to ap
twnr specially to that poor, self confident
dlscipio w I10111 Satan so severely sifted, but
for whom Jesus prayed. r ijouime, oui
so unlike what uiun would 00.
- 85. "Aud they told what things were
done In tbe way, nnd how Hu wan known
of them in breaking of bread." Thoy told
of their and hearta aa they left the city, of
the stninuer who joined them, of His que
tioua as if He knew not anything of the
events which hnd baieiifd, bow they in
their simplicity told Him everything,
aud how lie then took nu the many refer
en cos to Himaolf In Moaea und tbe
nrophuta and made tbem see and under
stand them as they never did before; how,
having arrived at Emma us, Ha made as
though lie would nave gone lartner, out
tbey constrained Him and He went fn to
tarry with tbem; how lie tnen took Dread
and blessed It aud brake it and gave it to
them, and all at once tbey recognised Ulm;
but instantly He was gone tbey knew not
where. They probably also told how It
seemed that theyoould not get back to
Jerusalem quickly enough to tell tni
80. "And aa they time spake, Jesus Him
self stood in the midst of them, and snitb
unto tbem, Peace be unto you." As tbey
again talk of Him again He Is in their
midst. This ia lib tilth appearance on that
day on which He arose from tbe dead.
87. "Uut they were ternned andanngnt-
ed. and aumxmed that they had seen a
spirit." How strange s reoaptioni ue
bring, peace and proclaims peace, but tbey
ara lUlod with agitation, ear, doubt, an-
belief. Is It nut so stlilr
K "And He sold unto than), Why are ye
IrvaMetif and why do thoughut ariae In
your heartar" Much of our trouble arises
from thought, or, aa in tne n. v reason
HI. "Behold My bands sod My feet that
It la Myself; handle Me and see; for a spirit
hath uut tleah und bones aa ye see Me bars."
If In the things which make ua afraid we
would nn ly see Josus HimseU, that would
aurvlv dispel uur feitra.
4U "Aud wueu lie naa inns spoxen rie
showed them His bands aud His feet.
There were the wounds; tbey could doubt
41. "And while tbey yet believed not ror
Joy, and wondered, He said unto them,
Have ye here any meatr" John xx, 80,
savsi "Thvu were the disciple glad when
they saw the lord." They would have
been more blessed bail tbey believed the
report of Mary and the other women in
Si, 48. "And they gave Him a piece of s
broiled nan, nnd of an honeycomb, and lie
took It and did eat before them." Uure la
another feature of tbe powers of the glori
fied body. Nut that we conclude from this
that the resurrection body will need food
as these mortal bodies now do, but aa the
Lord aud the angels at Abraham's food,
and a. our liiinl now actually ate this food,
so when we are like Jesus, and with Hlra
reigning over the earth, we shall be able to
Sat with people aa socially as now if neoes-
aarr. anil we shall also eat and nnnx witn
Him at tils table In 111s Kingdom (lux
Brnln-workers keep your heuds elenr
and bowels open. Take Simmons Liver
Tkta tweeler t
Off eeMeflr aare
,eay never fells e
Dyspepsia. Constipation, Sick
, . , Headache, Biliousness
And all dlMoaea rlslnsr from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
Tke aetarel seault hi raff opposite
mm eelM rioaa,
tf aaar eeaiae
asa eas se awauew
JJUOMI WITH BOARD.
tiealrable room, on 1.t and 9d floor., at 08
CS Ilea etreet, wita comiortaoi. poarn.
decSdlw MRS. M. K. BR WIN.
for Infants and Children.
''Caaaarl.UaoweD adapted tochlMron that I Oaatorla eurea Ootid, Ooeatlratl"".
Irclt.r-rio,to.n,prcripUo Ktop.'S'Pol dl
kaowasem.." H. A. Aaonia, M. D., I reatlonT
Ul 80. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N, T, Wluioul Injurious medkatloa.
Tas Osmucb Cobhkt, 77 Kurraj Street, H. Y.
rm4nl h POWI'l.l. Ut KNIIH R.
wholeaalc and retail groicra. These price,
are being paid by the merchant, to day.
Apple., nncn o
Pumpkin., each SfriSft
neeawaa, per 111 m
otatoea. IrUjh.tMMtf 7rt
Turnip.. sow 0
Onl na. 1()0tlun
abbaae. per rr 1 w
neana, pr ba-iooemso
...fiv?7S Hay. ton m-'0
,.1 ouicelery. aoi xoiiio
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorla.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Caaloria.
When she became Mlas, she clung to Caatorla,
When she bad Children, she gave tbem Castor!
THINK OF IT!
A; Flesh Producer there can be
ne f nestiea bat that
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hfpopliosvhite.
Of Lime and Soda
la without a rival. Many hay
gaiueda sound day by tbe use
of it. It cores
trpnFUL. BRONCHITIS, COUAHt AND
CHIOS. AND ALL FORKS OF WASTING. DIS
f ISIS. .1 I'AI.AHIU.K AH MII.K.
it. .nr. aH get iA.pw.M4ne aalaeraare
f vnewritcr nnd atcnugriiptier wishes em
ployment 'vhitectn, .tweilictttions a .h.-c
uty. work done in oitice or ul nome
lie, I a at' Adm. I.. M. H. Care Citlien.
Rv nn cincrirnccd woman, nn rngngemenl
aa profcMlonal nuriu.
M K8. KI.I.KN C'NKItl.l..
Care II. II. 1'atter.on, cor. Hillside and i:t
LOST, STKAl'EO OR STOLEN.
tvtraf hltrh. tan atid A-hite. named Blink
ley, aeven vcar old. Recent y nucklrd htt r
ol pupa, ritane return to me at i. n j
wood trret. Will pav $ reward.
J, A. I'lIK I UK.
Hunch of A keva and 9 button hooka on
round ring, Liberal reward hy leaving at
A handeone Poldlng Bed. at
MM!!. M. PAt'lt HMITH.
deell d3t 87 8. Main HI.
A R2 Inch Victor bicycle. In eirrllent eondl
Hon. Can he aeen at the eture of H. K. Mlu-b-
ell. No. UH I'atlon Auenu.
Fine driving horse, ante and aonnd, ai
year., aland. 10 hand.. Knciulreof
decHdlw 118 Cbcatnut'etrret. city.
Cow and calf; three quarters Jcrwy i .plen.
dhlmlker. Apply at CITIZHN tll'I'ICH.
dci-Hilir . .
One nice Rve room cottnge. Apply tn
II. S. WATMIIN, Meal ll.lim- Agvllt.
, .M RUNT.
Tsnn hniisea fin with o miimi. the other
. with pantry and Bcrvnnt rooiiia In good
rrpnir appiy i " 7. ""i.
I lev 1 1 U 1 w -...j
A. .V m mnnltl a .ninll oWce room Oh
court square, two door, rail of mniofflvs,
Aririrraa. l.--ri lX NO. 8111.
Two -roon, housra on Mi-nowrii atrrci.
Apylv to J. A. Teiinent or II. I', llravea.
Two nliTnionn.fiirnlshed, No. no iiuiirv.t,
drill (I. U. I- McllUNAI.U.
Two new n-room collngea on Warnea ave.
IK. Apply to l" C. TA H NHS,
nuc. Apply to
114 Cherry at.
Purnlshi-d hoii, Central l.ocatlon
Imnroveintinla, l , nna on app "'"' n
Iva l'ATluN AVIiNI'U.
K. H.BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER.
Alao grading of all klnda done. All order.
promptly II I led and work guaranteed. Can
bt found at all tlmea at Oraham'e Cotton
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reams Creek Woolen Mllla.
North Mala Aabevllle, N. C
Needing atonic, or children who want build
ing up, stimuli take
DBOWN'K IKON B1TTKIW.
It la pleasant to take. cure. Malaria, Indl
(ettlon, lilliouaneaa aud Uver Complaints.
Mie aufflered for so Yearn.
Mv wife has suffered for fifteen years
from congestion nnd painful menstrua
tion. After using three bottles 01 nrnn
ficld's Kema e Kcgulntor she is now able
to do her house work and go where she
pleases. J. W. Davis,
Mnraviun Fulls, N. C.
Write Bradfield Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Oa., foi particulars. By ull
AsllKVII.l.K t.lRMT ANU PtlWKR Co.,
Aslieville, N. C, Nov. 13, 1HU0.
liditor The Citiien: Will you please
L'ive notice to the Athevillc public, that
we h'tve completed contrncts with the
two lending electrical companies of the
world, to wit: The Tompson-iiouston
und the Edison General electrical com
panies, for the instaltntion of ma
chinery cnpnble of supplying two
thousand inenndeseent Inmps, pecul
iarly adopted for residences, stores,
churches, luinks, or offices. Thnt we
have ordered and will soon have erected
11 cinmilcie svstem of wiring for each set
of dynamos, and thnt we propose after
installation incompleted, to furnish lamps
of any candle powcrtovcr 10 c. p.) lor an
night, or shorter service, measured by
meter or otherwise us our pntrons mnv
prefer, nt 10 percent. Ies thnn any other
honn fide company will offer to render
AHHKVII.I.K L'ioht & PowbR Co,
CKIi.XTHS many a new hisiness;
li.L. MiliS ninny an old business ;
tiliVIVES nmiir a dull business ;
HliSCriiS manjr '"' business;
SA 'I-S many a fnllins business ;
I'h'liSliltVliS many a Inrne business;
SliL I Min success in any Dustiness.
To advertise imliciouslr, use tne col
umns ol" The Citizen." Everybody reads
it: mm in vromution to the returns it
yields advertisers, ilsiates uretbe cheap
est in the country.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE,
DECEMBER 17 AND 18.
R. D. BIARIK
ii niT ...nnn
Hupiiorteil by thiir own Compaoy, la three
WedneMlayf Dec. 17 CLEOPATI A,
lly II. Kidcr Haggard, author of "She,1
"Win. Molomttn'. Mine.." Ate. Ate.
Magnllicent Coatutnc. and Efleet.. I'ro-
nounced hy prcee and public the greateat hit
ol tne acaaon.
Thursday Matinee. 8 p. m. aharp. flee. IS
THRNERCHANTOPTENICR. Mr Maclean aa Rhylork
Thundny Night tPARTACl'S
The great priie Trag, dy by llr Montgomery
llirtl, made famous hy 1'orre.t and Me-
Cullough, now the sole property or
HiMH-lal Acmerv liv Voeffhtlln
A auperb production of the'noat thrilling
'lay on tn atage.
JOHN WIIITHI.BY Manager,
NoT -Children In arm. po.ltlvely not ad
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY, DEC. IS.
THE : MONARCHS : OF : COMEDY,
THE MERRY UUOHTER MAKERS.
HERBERT & JOE CAWTHORN,
N THK FI NMHUT, IIKIOIITKHT, IIKHT
Cntchy Songe, Siwrkllng kluaic, I'ar-Ks
celled Concertina Holoa, Unicult I'ancea.
THt FAMOUS NUGOET QUARTETTE.
Wonderful StTnlc nnd .Mechanical Bflccla
t'aual prices. I harl mwna Wedneaday a'
a a. m ahani at Hawyer'a, IS I'atlon Ave.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Monday, Dec. 15.
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON.
MME. FRY CONCERT CO
Cunaiallng of the following Artists:
MA PA MB PHY,
Violunirlllat, Contralto and t'ianlat.
Prima llonna Soprano and Vlollnl.t.
MIMH l.l'Ht PRY,
I'lute Sololat and Contralto,
MIBA ALTA PRV.
Hole Vlollnlat aad Soprano,
MIHS BHHTHA CIIIINBV,
la a Select Program of
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On the 10th day of Hcvcmhcr, In the town
if llurnavll e. Vnnciv count v. N. C. tne ua
rrsiimi.'d. assinnee of 1. A Abernathv. will
aril at public auction lor cash all the stock
oi goods conalatlnit of a iceiicrnl line or mer
chandiac conveyed in a certain deed nf assign
ment to the nnileraiirned bv the aald J. A,
Aiwroatny, and reKiterra in tne onicc oi inr
Hricistcr oi I tceus oi sntTj county, aisu nn
the accounts, note, murtKQK c. All will
oc sold a a whole. K. L. GRAHAM.
deceit w Asaijrnee.
REVCL.L, & 'WAGNER,
Biwceeeora to Kopp & Mchtenherger,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees roaated oa the premiers daily, and
ground for every customer.
Fall Line of Table Supplies.
Pree delivery. A full line of Peed, furnished
at wnoicaaic pneea.
8)8 PATTON AVENUK.
Telcr one No. 60.
FALK S 3
35 N. Main Street,
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
INSTRUMENTIPIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
Buy from an Immenae stock or huvc It
hlptied direct to you from (hctory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE,
I buy lor cnah whatever la Ix-at In the mar-
t. laelloa your own ternia. I rcpnacnt
A LSI l
A. B. Chase, KvereU New
WILSON Ai WlllTBOKItANS, K1MI1A1.L,
t'NITBtl STATUS tiROANH, "The Finest
In the Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY
dec 3 dim
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY,
ll.tl.i;. Curi'S Uonorliiaa aiu
OlMtln ItnaUnr. without Pain.
rmvnnta rtricturo. uontain no
fwrid or pot ann nun nhatanro. and
t vnaranintMi nnaniutaiT narmmts.
prosnribrHl hy physician, ltaat y
rtngftfrfva) wrthanohbottln. rrlonfl
Pnlil b druaistlat. Hewara of Snlv
RAYSOa A tWTti ASiiCVliU, H 0.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO,
Western North Carolina IHvlaloa.
PA88BNOBR TRAIN 8CHBUULB
flN Bpracr Nov. 3(11
7fith Meridian time uaed when not otherwise
""ASTBOUHoV-! ' No."or ' No. 83
I Dally. Daily.
(DOthmer.) SBOpm 74Ram
" A.hevllle, 12 40am 1 30pm
Ar. Saliabury, ssaam 84Uim
" Danville, lim loaopm
" Richmond, 31Spm SOOare
1; Roliigh, I 1 OApm 7 snam
" Goldaboro, 2USpm 13Opm
" Wilmington SOOpm
" Lynchburg, 112 28pm 12fi5am
" Washington 7 10pm 6 83am
" Baltimore, 8SOpm 8 25am
" Phlla., 800am 1047am
" New York, I 6 2Qam 1 20im
Lv. New York, 131am 30pm
" Phila., 720am 6S7pm
" Baltimore, 94Aam SSOpm
" Waahingt'n 1124am HOOpm
" Lynchburg. 84Qpm 8 07am
" Richmond. 800pm 1 4flaml
" Danville. 8 40pm I 8 08am I
" Wlltningt'n BOOara
" Goldaboro, 2 40pm 800pm
" Raleigh. 445pm 1 8Uam
"5J Saliabury, la 20 am 1119am
Ar. A.hevllle, 7 85am 453pm
f 90th mer.J 84Som 826pm i
No. S8 T" A- A 8. R. Rl No. B4
Dally. I I Dally.
tr at a saUl Aw fiBucviire, da
lO 19 amiAr. Henderaonvlllc. "
7 00 pro
607 p m
840 p m
1245 pm " BpartanburK, Lt.
Ml'RPHY liHANCH. "
No. 18 (Daily except Sunday.)
7 30 a in I Lv. Ashcville, Ar.
405 p m
305 p m
945 a m
5 50 a m
935 amiAr. Waynesville.
o ou pmi
Nn. SO and 81. Pullman Slceuer between
Greensboro and Monintown.
No. 53 and 53 Pullman Buffet Sleeping:
Car between Hut Spring and Washington.
w. a. winuuan, i. t A.,
Aahevtllc. N. C.
J AS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A., .
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MILWAIIKBB ft 8T. PAUL
AND NOHTHERN PACIFIC R. R'8.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car teavea Chi
cago dnlly at fi.30 p. m.
ror t. faui ano Aiinneapoiis.
" Fargo, North Dakola.
" Helena and Butte, Montana.
' The Yellowatone Pnrk.
" Spokane Palla and Tacot ia.
" Portlund, Oregon
Beat Route to Seattle and all North I'antic
The Scolc line to California, 'la Portland
and the 8haata Route.
Ticketa on Bale everywhere.
For Informatlr-n apply to any Agent, or
addrena A. V. II. CANPBKTgu, fenerul Pus
Knger Agent, Chicago, III., or '. C. UR.ur,
Southern Paasengcr Agent, Louisville. Ky.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA8TBBT ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Kanaaa City In 87 hours.
Aahrvllle to Ilenver In 51 hours.
Aaheville to Han Pranciaeo. California, and
Portland, Oregon, In 8 dava.
Holld Vestibuled Trains St. I-ouia to Kan
aaa City. Kecllning chair car free.
For full Information can on or write to
B. A. Ncwland,
District Paaaenger Agent,
No. 10 Patton Ave., Aaheville, N.C.
J. CHARLTON. O. P. A., Chicago, III.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after thia date the following ached-
ulea will be run over Ita "Columbia Diviaion."
No. 03 Leavee Columbia- O.JO p. m.
Arrlvea atCharleaton 9.311 p. m.
No. 82 Leave Cnarlcaton......... 7.10 a. m.
Arrives atColumbia 11.55 a. m.
Connecting with traina to and from all
nointa on the Charlotte. Columbia Ac Aul
guata and Columbia a Greenville Kallroada,
T. M. EMERSON, Oca. Paaa. Agt.
t. P. TIKVINR. nru Sunt.
RAuec Stiamsss. Low Ratis
Four Trip. p.r Wa. Beiwtwn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
raioaaaj Osiili flta ifpia, and Laka
Hufoa Wsvy Forta.
vary Weak Day aWtwaan
DETROIT ANO CLEVELAND
SKil SmhUj Trtyi asq J.M,Jr,AH.u4lMal.
DeukU Dally lau Hiwua
CHICAGO ANDJST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLrTS
aalaa and SsmieRlnn Tleknta will bnfu-nl.hwl
b. your Tlakc Aa.nl, era hl..t
E. 8. WHITCOMB. 0. P. A., Diraoo. alien. .
Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
riTTnjrrnw w. i n.u
Iraiftai MhfM ran
. bds t.frr talr
ataaaa-pa am ttattaaie
aa aia aame ana price
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLKMKN.
Flaa Calf aad tamos WMereranuT Orals
Tn. .acltonn. .na wearing qualltwi Of mvm annu
i o. Dnier anowu vnmn hi tn nrona .
of IU laouaaad. of ooaalanl WMnrs.
O abno, at a popular iwtoa. a
IQJO PallramaTa9 MIim la spfial7 1
O for ilntad tmii, farmers, atc
All aiada ia Onnarssa buttoa and LM
tvava naaat moat favorably tvcativMl at spa tetroduoM
m uta raraat 1 sn prTiTwnan m m a mtmy r
any ahnaa sold ai thtaa nrtoea. . .
Ask vour Paaiar. and It b oannnl aitmly TM aaa
dltWt to faetorv aactoalasi MftwrtlMd nrtoa. v a)
w. aa www.kH
FOR SALB BY
B. H. COSBY,
(Bucceaaor to C. Cowan.)
StZtOO Oaaalaa llaa4-wa, aa atant
j at t I tab draaa Ihoa whlci W'ttirnsjOfl" It
aaM If a-awe4 Wall.. A flna eaU aVM
am untxiualFrxl (r stvLa And durability.
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7 PATTON AVENVB,
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