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railr'jad mmm. GENERAL OFFICE BREVARD, N. C. WINTER Effective Sunday, October 2th, 1904, aa. aw a. m: p. m. - .. 5 20 0.0 5 35. 5.0 . 5 42 7.3 5 48 8.4 k 5 55 1.0.1 6 03 12.2 "...- 6 13 14.9 ... 6 25 18.1 V ..... 6 30 19.3 L 8.00 6 40 21.6 8.15 25.9 8.22 .... .... 28.2 8.26 ........ 29.5 8.30 ......... 31.1 8.48 .' 35.2 9.15 41.7 Flag Station. - - ;.- .. ... Eastern Standard Time.) ; , STATIONS. w .OK . . ; : .. . fcW . . . p.m. Lv .....Hendersonville... .Ar ,41.7 12 20 , ."..".;.. . . ;..:.-YALE . . . ... .. . .... 1 36.7 12 05 .......HORSE Shoe.............. ......... 34.5 11 r.S ......Cannon....... ......... ......... 33.311 52 ........Etowah ..... ..v.. ......... 31.6 1145 . ..Blantyre............ 29.51137 ...... -Penrose.. ......... 26.8 11 27 " . ..... ..Davidson River : . . . -, 23.6 ll 15 pisgah Forest.. .... . . .. . 22.4 n 10 Ar ....'......Brevard.... ..iLv ......... 20.1 1100 ....Selica ......... 15.810 45 Cherryfiejld 13.510 38 ' .. -Calvert .. 12.210 34 Ar... ... Rosman..- Lv 10.6 1030 Quebec 6.5 10 12 ........Lake Toxaway 0.0 9 45 Southern Railway Trains Effective Sunday. October 2, 1904. Trains on Southrn Railway leave Menders on v life as follows: No. 14. East Bound, 8:10 A. M. - No. 10, East Bound, 5:15 P. M. No. 9. We-. Co j ad 12 J'. M. Nq. 13. West Bound 6:47 P. M. Connects at Lake Toxaway with Turnpike Line to tbe Resorts of tbe Sapphire Country At Hendersonville with Southern Railway for all points North and South ; J.F HAYS, T. S. BOS WELL. Gen. Manager. ' Superintendent. jiifc. k. .wfv. yv. yf. .wf. vfjj. jglfc. vf Jtilfc. A &!L.&!L.&!L&L&iL2&L.2&L.2!i. (-jjjT tfsy Tjfjf ff.v -.jT f -.. --jf -. ij5 "If. -Sf . -'it. -J? Attention !Tar We have on hand several Grain Drills, Ruckford & Huffman and Champion's, also Mowing Ma chines which we will sell at actual cost R.eason: We are Closing Out that Line. v 1 New supply of tre famous Henjamin Moore Pciints9 best on the market. jtfir. ii I .f,r 0 Edwards Hardware Co., Hendersonville, N. C. .A. .A. . . V . A. A :k .A. .A. .A. ... . V in, iff. .'www, ,inr. .F .ff. M jf. .ff- .wsrv. .tvy. VSV. Wlfr t ir ARGAINS IN FURNITURE -SAVE MONEY ON- Sewirtg Machines and Organs. Selling Below Cost. ull lipe of Baby Carriages. Select stock of new goods. Call at the our store of J. M. SEPP, Cole Block, Hendersonville, N. C. evZ pv'.fe1? simplest! J I & BEST MJfRf A V EVER Three Times the Value of any Dlher ONE-THIRD EASIER, ONE-THIRD FASTER Agents wanted in all unoy'pied Territory. QUARANTINE REGULATIONS Adopted by the Commissioner- of Agriculture, with the Consent -and Advice of the Board of Agriculture- 1. No cattle sliall be moved or move, .ex cept as provided in section one ( 1) and two (2) of these regulations, from any quaran tined district of this or any othr htate, as dafined in the regulations of the United States Department of Agriculture ' and amendments thereto, governing cattle transportation, into that portion -of North Carolina lyiug north and west of the fol lowing line, to-wit: Beginning at. the south-east coroer of Henderson county at the boundary line between South Carolina and North Carolina and running northerly along the eastern boundary of said couoty to the' southern boundary line of McDowell charge, however, they immediately be gan the work of fortifying the city, German engineers of first-class ability rere employed and the chain of bills surrounding the port were covered with forts filled with modern guns. The strength of these improvements is shown by the great slaughter inflicted upon the bebL'gers and the ability to hold out so ong against such, great odds. The Russians claim that Gener al Stoessel has sufficient supplies to keep up the fight: until March, and, judging by the past, there is no reason to contradict this statement. At any rate, the Japs, have not stuck to their alleged starving-out plan. Relief for the brave Russian garrison seems uncer tain, despite the fact that the second Pacific, or Baltic, squandron of war vessels is still supposedly enroute to Port Arthur. The destruction of the vessels which have been at anchor in the harbor would appear to have defeat ed the plans of the Russians in that re spect. It is generally assumed that Ad miral Togo will be enabled to defeat the Baitic squadron should it attempt, single-handed, to relieve the besieged garrison. That officer himself, how ever, does not appear to apprehend any immediate engagement, for he is now at Toklo, where he will confer with Marquis Ito and other leading Japanese regarding plans for the future conduct of naval operations. The populace joy fully received the admiral and it was desired to give him a great reception at the capital, but Togo declined thUon the ground that the time for it was not yet ripe. For some reason not explained, the news from St. Petersburg regarding the war has almost entirely dropped off, while that from Toklo has carrespond ingly increased. This is probably in a measure due to the fact that winter has closed in on Manchuria and nothing of importance from the land forces in the interior may be expected until spring opens. It was stated in a dispatch dur ing the week just past that General Kuropatkin had revuested that arrange ments be made for more trains over the Trans-Siberian Railroad, with a view to moving more toops as reinforcements for the new campaign. The idea which was prevalent in some quarters that the Japanese missed their great opportunity in not crushing the Russians early in the war seems to have somewhat changed, and the view is now apparently more general that the Mikado's men know as well what they are labout as they did in the beginning. There is nothing to -indicate that any movement of importance in favor of of peace is imminent, although a dis patch from !t. Petersburg recited that tbe women of the two contesting nations would start a movement to the end of bringing about a cessation of hostilites Charlotte Observer. Wheeler & Wilson, MT Co Atlanta McCall & Conley, Marion, N. .C. Constipation and piles are twins, They kill people inch by inch, sap life away every day. Hollister's Rocky mountain Tea will positively cure you. ho cure no pay. cents, Tea or Tablets. Justus Pharmacy 35 Cotton and Protection. .'" T- . The New York Evening Post probably regards as of no consequence the reported plan of burning cotton in the south so as to beep up the price. ; As'wtyh the old pan acea of 'reducing acreage,' - it says, ' each planter will count upon" some silly neigh bor, or an idiot in the next county, to ap ply, the remedy, while he himself pockets the gains. There is, howeyer,n continues The Post, "striking evidence in .this al leged scheme of the way in which protect ion has turned our econmic notions topsy turvy," and it goes on to say : "Wo admit, of course, tbaV the unex pectedly large crop has ils awkward side for the cotton trade, and especially, just at present, for the cotton manufacturers. Yet it is fairly astounding to find scarcity thus held up as the great blessing. ; For that is what this warship of high prices really comes to. Apparently intelligent men act as if the great aim and result of civilization were not to enable the world to br. fed and clothed as cheaply and comfortably as pos sible. When drought or flood or fire cuts off the food supply, or when war makes the necessaries of lile vanish, we account it a terrible calamity; rbut.if we can approxi mate the same state of affairs by vexatious laws, or artificial, interference with tbe bounty ot nature, we pope as benefactors. It only goes to show how protection may befuddle a whole people, Bastiat would find new material for his 'Economic Soph isms' in the seeming devotion of Ameri cans to the idea tbat plenty is a curse Our peaans over high prices for the necessaries of life amount to this: 'Hurrah! Hurrah! There isn't cuough to feed and cloths us all, and thousands of us will have to go hun gry and iu rag!' The idea of burning cotton when there are thousands of people in need of. it to cloths themselves is repulsive, and to much less extent, but equally as true is the poli cy of acreage reduction. There is little doubt that but for prohibitory tariff against foreigners there would be a wider market for cotton . goods and consequently better prices, and it is to this that reference is made above. Better by far would it be to create a market for every bale of cotton that the South can produce than to attempt to restnet consumption by a plan to curtail production, l ne latter is opposea to am bition activity and is along the line of act ion of tha labor organizations which seek to maintain prices by not allowing their members to do more than a certain amount of work in a given time. But weather con ditions and tbe boll weevil will doubtless remain the principal regulators in cotton production, despite adverse tariff laws and consequent low prices. Charlotte Observer. 9 lOO REWARD $IOO. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hus been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only postive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur sur faces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the pa: tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler one hundred dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for its lists of testimonials. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Ad dress.. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O. Take Hall's family pills for constipation. ' The Baltimore and Ohio Rail road company advertises an in teution to furnish ou its dining, cars running irom New York to Washington the best dollar dinner to be had in the United States The waiters are to be heard from though before one cau foot up the bill. Rev. Charles Wagner and Tom Lawson are among the literary antipodes who believe in the "power oi; the press. " u n7nn LUU nn JV. . Do riot take chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation which may leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and susceptible to attack from the germs of Pneumonia or Consumption. . uu S T(0)7 W)f) r ) Jr-)) (X f'X StrengthCnS iht lmSS PventS serious results i It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said lie Had Consumption. ly3:avi Vissalia. Cifornia, writes: "There is no doubt but what Foley's Honey and Tor saved my life. I had an awful coueh ScSte SC rctor i6 1 had consumption. I conlencld 8 Soney and T and fouad relief from the first and' three bottles cored me completely.' A Policeman's Testimony. . J f'.Pfttefsn "Sht Policeman, of Nashua, Iowa, writes: "Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a half-dozen ed cough medicinesd had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit. A friend recommended Foley's Honev and Tar and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider it the greatest cough and long medicine in the world." inree sizes25c, 50c anpe-cent size contains two and one-half times as much as the small size and the . $1.00 bottle almost six. times as much; , Defuse Substitutes. Z" SOLD MID REG0OOEI1DED BY C HUNTER. PHARMACY. Hendersonville. North Carolina. SjDo-:Ybvi7:.:-;,:,'V . HAT ; .Ice Cream or Drink Soda Water, IF SO; GO TO - 'VERNON FEW & CO. FOR IT, AND GET, THE BEST. We are as careful as, to quality and preparation of Ice Cream and Sodas as we are with ou r prescriptions. . . ... ... ------------- Your prescriptions will be: attended to in the! same carefii 1 vvay. . . . . -. . . . . -... . . . Give is' TrilveNePhbne 116. Hi Ui v!i iff Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi (I) (!) (f) VI'. Successor to ; The Robison Company. THOS. SHEPHERD, - - - Macnacger. Fine Furniture ns Coffins & CLskets - " Opposite Hotel Imperial. FECIAL LOW R ATES. Via the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway and Western and Atlantic Railroad. The Scenic Battlefield Route 7 to the North B Northwest 3 and West. Superior Train Service. Quickest time and fewest changes of cars. For Rates,' Schedules, -Maps or any information, address - JohnE. Ssdterfield Trayeling Passenger Aent. No. i. North Pryor Street. Atlanta, Georgia. o t SCHOOL V SCHOOL The Brevard Industrial School. Furnishes bedding, Towels, Soap, Heat, Light, excellent board, and well furn ished room at $1.50 per week. Laundry costs no money and tuition but $2.00 or less per month. Other schools may offer rates as low as ours, but few schools give a& many advantages for those rates as we do; Our L,arge fflet& Utiilding Contadns fifty five rooms, and is equipped with, hot and cold water, furnace heat, and shower baths. The purpose of the management, (The Womans' Home Mission Society) is not to make money but to offer a first class Common and High School Education to worthy girls at LESS THAN COST. Winter session open January 3, 1905, continues 5 months. Write for. application blanks and further information to .. EV;E'. BISHOP, Prin. Brevard, North Carolina. Embalmer and Funeral Director, WITH J V. BROW N, ASHEVILLE, N, C. 45 PATTON AVENUE, SECOND FLOOR. We carry the most complete line of Funeral Supplies in the State. Any clls out of the city "will nxrive immediate atten ion, day or night. Phone 193. 2 Rings- outherr Hotel, Asheville, North Caiolina. 26 1-2 South MaLin Street R. ATES SI.OO PER DAY. Mrs. Lr. j. Burriett, Froprietorc T5h S Kilfyre! KilfyreH Kiifyre!!! V That is exactly what it is, a Filler. . Demonstration every day at- the State Eair showing its fire fighting Dualities. . Every Farmer. Oil Mill, Ginnery and any one owning property should have them. ' , ;-; !;; .. ., ColumbiuppIyGo., Columbia SX. ;. V The machinery supplyhouse of the 6tate.