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D. W. FURMAN
Citizen JOB Office
13 PATTON AVE.
Our facilities nresecond to nono
BILL HEADS, &
JNO. D. CAMERON.
Editor and Proprietor.
DAILY, One Y (Nr. , $6.00
" . Six Montna, . . 3.00
WEEKLY, One Year, . .1.50
Six Months, . . .75
VOL IV. NO 220.
ASHEVILLE , N. C . SUN DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23 1888.
PRICE 5 CENTS
i Advertising Rates Low.
h r V3 AY
Haa just received his Christmaa stock of
' , FANCY
and everybody is invited to come, be
cause there ia something for everybody
-something fnr the baby, something for
gniuuiuuiuor, ouujeiiiuijg lur tua uur ftuu i
1 . 1 r . . 1 .3 1
girl, buujciimuk Jur buv pareuiB, b'jpic-
thing; for the old man and something for
the youn? man, his sister and somebody
Don't talk hard times!
Come and Buy,.:
-Irib hapt Hinder
For the prices are made to suit the times
Any sum yon spend means satisfaction
whether it be the little dime or the
Come and see and we will show yon
how to skim the cream of content from
' the milk of human kindness.
Corner Main and College streets,
dec 16 dtf
Corner Church Street and Patton
SHEVILLE, N. C
Oxygen Inhaled, in connection
.(d B.lum Vapor, core. Conaump
XHronchitia, Catarrh, Sore
Voice, iwa.v of the LlTer f ""I L
.CiCTTTler, 0'i aTffliimiU't; fltpendiua ou i
rea Rheomatiam when eToryttilng ela
I CERTIFICATE. '
7een years 1 have -oflered with '
no that I hae hardly in that time
mt night and at I was growing
fj co npiaint wa becoming more
, m M. ytnt to Asnevi'ie, u., ana
i ufayoe.tader the treatment if Dr. HargHn.
la nu treatmeat I nare improvea .jrapi j
n In two week. I feel that I am almost
ly relieved. RKV. O. TAYLOR, .
, Orland, Florida.
A 29, 1888. DOT 11 dtf
In addition to onr Oxygen treatment, we make
rjeolaltv of treating Pne. Rectal Ulcers. Fis-
nla, -laure, P'mitusor itching Plies, Polypus,
.r Tnmnn nf tfae Kctnai. Prolaneas of the
Mectum, and all other Rectal UUeasea, also ail
I ffs mannfactnra the Compound Oxygen, and
Vtjtttll part, of the country, even to the
. FacIA ? Coast. We send apparatus and chemicals
I elast two months for fia. This la aa valuable
lit tie omoe .reaunent.
Tu wonderful curative results obtained with
Istr wtment ia astonishing even to us.
Oa application a pamphlet free, on the treat
Bent and the climate.
Call ana try the treatment, no Charge lor trial.
DBS. HABGAN OATCHELL,
" Asheville, N. fl.
" Cornr Main St. and Patton Avenue.
ovU OawU -
large and. very attractive line ol
.en's. Bo va' an i Children's Bulta rang
K from low priced goods to aomething
iZ i ,t Measures taken for A.Raymond & Co.,
! Clew York Tailors, and a lit guaranteed.
' Samples now ready for inspection, -
I . ! '1-Wool Dress Goods of the popnla
'fabrics in great vaeiety, albo Satines,Per
' tales, Dress GinKbama. Printa,&c.
1 JJreea Silks in the naw weayea.t Bha
i dames, Satins, Velvets and Plashes.
Carpets. A.-t Sc!:srf Smyrna Rues'
,'T1 Pil-'lotha. AlaJtir.gs. Curtain Gootls in
neat variety. Damasks, Towels, Napkins
- Ziegler tros.', Merriam A Tyler's
Morgan bios.' and fcStokley'a Shoes for
sadies, miBEes and children. .
Banister's and Ziegler! Fine Shoes fo
, flpri. -
. Packard Grover's celebrated "$2.50
and "2.W Shoes for men and a aimi
Jar grade for boj-r
PerbT Hats, K'ilk Hats, Soft Hats, and
j j Iteamer Uats. .
Wool and Ganae Underwear, Hosiery,
'. Kid Fabric Gloves, Collars and Cuffs,
Cachings, Scarfs, Ties, Ribbons Corsets,
: 5nttons, Braids, and Fancy Goods and
-Paranoia,' UmDrellaa, Fans, Chopping
4 ag, WUffe4cuoi nuiu, w.av-
I' Hf.--! Fnnial lntr Gnodrm
J CaaBimeres, Coatings, ' fweods, - Ken
f tacky Jeans, Domestics, o. .
E, Bsducod-3 Co.,
Nos 7 4 9 Patton" Avenue.
f.;iver Sr oons, Forks, ladles cfC.in plush cases. . .. ;
.Zflvtr nr. 1 Filfrrce Jewelry, in all the newest designa
r ,1. r Tl.cfi h lioxes. Hair and Hat Fin, and all novelties,
j i ( f 1 ; j.u .1 "Wares in all the newest designs. - , ; -. ...
r j n Facime, Hungarian Old ilall, etc, . - :
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THE 1AIXY CITIZEN
Will be pnblisned evwrr Morning (ex
cept Mondav) at the following rates
One Year. . . . f8 00
Six Months, . . . ... 3 00
Three " . . '- . 1 60
One . . 50
One Week, . . . - . 15
Onr Carriers will deliver the paper ev
ery Morning In every part or tne city to
our subscribers, and parties wanting it
will please call at tne umm umce.
IABGER DAILY . AND WEEKLY CIR
CULATION IN WESTERN NORTH CARO
LINA AND EAST TENNESSEE THAN ANY
Send your Job Work of ail kindt to Out
Citizen Office, if you want U done neatly,
cheaply and vat Jxtpatch. .
Arrival and Departure of Passenger
Haijshuit Arrrre. ?-44 a. to. ssd 4:44 r m
lev 4:54 a. m. and 444 p. m. for Morrisrown.
' Tnvnn Amrn at 8 46 p. m. and 1:83 i. m
mlw at n. m. and B. m. .
uriKiAKBUKS Arriye at Td.pb leaves for
.1 .aHnrv at 7-lft m
Waynjw villi Leave. AsbeYille at 8:26 a. m..
ana arrive at a. o. m
For Rent W. O. Wolfe.
Special Notl -e Frank Lonirhran.
Rooms For Bent 266 Patton Aveuie.
lbli nowder never vanes. A znarrel of DoritT
crenstn and wholeaomeness. Moie economical
ban the ordinary kloda. and cannot be sold In
-om petition with the maltltade of low test, ahort
re-irht alum or pooopnate powaers. csoia amy in
in. Royal Basins rowoxB jo. i'J6 wail si.
Mew fork. anlm&wl2rn
J. VV. SCHARTLE,
42 N. Main St B-
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TIT LKS AND CONV EYAK INQ A .SPECIALTY,
Practices in oil the Courts.
Otnce With Gcd&er k Carter, McLoud Law
noy 2 itl
Powell and Snider
are tHo-e culs-
todians of the public happiness and they
nrnmiRA tliat every bodv shall have azood
time if they can help them to it. Especi
ally those that have a hard time most ot
the year will find them laying for them.
If yon are hard to suit, difficult to satisfy
tomer we are after. We'll suit you
please vou, satisfy you, make you nappy.
What more do you wani. If yon wnt
to know whetter we are able to keep
our word, whether we can back all our
brag with good conecientious penorro
tomer of onrs and we'll siand by his
foatimnnv. A man that won't keep his
word, that goes back on his promises,
that tries to work up a snap
WORTH A GUS
..idnn rtr onv other chean and. nasty
article. - we warn to kivo "u o kwv.
lime. Are you w.th ns? If so just get a
move on you and come to
Powell and Snider,
ASHEVILLE. - - - -
aixrv. "BKflWKTKS " " '
I Pan aad claws.'
Goblins.' Glant'a, Merry Hen and omen, by
Palmer Cox, also Frank t3lle- xmaa book
itva.w n.v'a kik vainer w un ncwuio..
p.i.nt air Riflsi far tarlor and outdoor
tport. aome beautiful Lap ve as, cneap anu
i.l. . l Q..nK .Lhnm. n umB Ot the Wfll
i . .a v.... mt.-i, mt t 'rTi' Htatlonerv and
Oamea lust come, fixqulaite Xonaa Cards, tested
vn .... .a h t 1 1 a tfn K i f 1 1 1 m. niua iv v.
Xmas Annuals. .
deo 18 dtz '
lupoBTairr KanocTioNS madk Nov. 30
Of OVSBCOATS ABTn Jl WOLORKD
8aok Suits. Th lin is stiix veby
good. . H. Redwoud & Co. .
Jecldeodm ; -A v" v
J. H. LAW'S Stores, 57, 59 and 61,
FIVE LARGE IITO
' James H. Loughran will, as usu
al, close his establishment, oq Christ
Harry M. Roberts has a position
with the Southern Express Compa
ny of this city.
The work of seltiDg op the elec
tric wires tor the street railway was
Mrs. J. L. Wiikie antl Mrs. Ma
mie Williams are visiting friends in
Hickory and Lincolnton.
Rev. Dr. Rankin left for Dalton,
Ga , yesterday and will return next
week with his family. -His pulpit
will be filled to-day "by Rev. C M.
Frank Loiighran has always ob-'
served the practice of closing his
rooms on Christmas day: and this
year will, not depart from hi3 usual
customat - . , -
The monthly meetings
Union will be henceforth held in
Johnston Hall, on South Main St,
until they are removed to tneir per
manent headquarters, that are to be.
Prof. T. J. Brock of Henderson
county has a very interesting school
on Bent Creek of mose than one
hundred students. Mr. G. H.
Morris of this county is his assist
In order that our weekly sub
scribers may lose nothing by the
customary suspension of the paper
in Christmas wetk, we issue this
copy of the Daily to reach them in
lieu ot the weekly.
The streets were thronged all day
with citizens and our friends from
the country shopping and buying
Chri3trcas supplits and presents.
The day-was a beautiful on a in har
monv with the general feeling of
Tha Scottish Patriotic Society will
hold its annual social meeting in the
Graud Central hotel on Jan. 1, 1889.
TicketB may bo had of Messrs. D.
R. McKinnon r Jas. Frank. All
Scotchmen and their friends are in
vited to attend.
We acknowledge an invitation to
attend the annual reunion of the
Scottish Patriotic Society, to be held
at the Grand Central Hotel en the
night of January 1st. There are a
number of (Scotchmen here, and they
never forget to recal the memories
of Auld hcotia.
William P. MfKee, under sen
tence for robbery of the Asheville
po&toffice, was liberated yesterday
by direct order of President Uleve-
land.it appeaiins to him that the
term of imprisonment had been ex
tended beyond the time conttm- j
piaieu in tne sentence.
The turkey was a popular bird
vesterdav. In one sense, he fills
ft. - VMnbli.d ' iAn.no - " ( n.tinnnl
uiuui wuco. xuc kudu uiva uui-wt
had very little use tor mss ana leatn-
ers, and did not lue the rapacious
auu uaeicoB caBio ua tun
tbe true American bird, ana ne was
"6 "' '
The Raleinh News-Observer 22nd,
uovernor-eiect rowie nas uppoiu-
ted his private secretary and execu
tive clerk, it was learned last nigDt
that the oppointments had been
maae, wnere upon j uage r owie was
interviewed and confirmed the
Mr. Samuel F. Telfair, and the ex-
taiClUCUK AUP li L v w owxa v- vu j 1
tcutive cierk is Mr. Bryan Satter-
thwaite, both ot Washington, JN. CI
We call attention to the publics-i
tion of ordinance 638, republish-
ed by order of the Mayor. Notice
given that Us enforcement will be
The subject involves SO much
oinss ana aanger in one narrow
and crowded streets that the inter-
vention of the authorities becomes
nut only proper but necessary,
Though the noise of crackers and
ttoman canaies may not De so great
1, . 1 . .1
as usual, we hope the inhibition
will be submitted to in good temper
for it is for the public good. - -.
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. " Tie Southern Problem. .
We will nubliah in a. few davsoaot
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article oy waj. vy. xi. luaione, ou
. . - .r T TT r i
the situation ot the- bontb and the
true position of the same on tne
race question. He will explain the
13th, 14th and 15th amendment to
.k k.a,m, rin tUo
race quesUan, and the position ot
the Supreme Court of the United
State on the subject of State Rights.
While the article will be somewhat
of a political character it is intended
aa a legal view of tne ooutnern situ
ation, snowing what question are
settled aa a finality. -
Jala thsKuh at Ijta'av :
Great inducements are offered in all
departments and especially the basement
department where we have placed lots
of new goods on the 6c and 10c. tables
worth four tines that value.
Great redactions in prices of Dolls.
Splendid Kid and Bis ju Dolls at 25cts
50ct.,and 75cts. Nice Dolls at 6, 10,
and 15 cents. - -
Children's Books and Albums, Papete-
ries at 15, 20 and 35 cento each. Lots of
fine and cheap goods in Law's Bargain
Japanese, China and Turkish Ware in endless Variety. - : '
Japanese Silks. Handkerchiefs, Embr Heri s and Turkish Doyleys.
French and Carl lad China in white and decorated. ' ; v-.
Fiano Lamps, stand and Hanging Lamps, Niirht Lamps
Brass lire Sets, Bronze Paper Jluives, 8aoe Iloras, As'i liters, etc
Additional Holiday Kates. , f
. Atlanta, Ga ,' $11 15 VAugasta, Ga.,
$9 40; Colambia, S. C, $7 60; Dan
ville, VL, $11.15; Greensboro, N. C
$7.70: Greenville, S. C., $4.75; Ral
eigh, N; C; $12 63; Richmond, Va. ,
$16 60;- Lynch nrg;' Va., 513.00;
Washington,. D. C, $20.75,
y " Mr. Nat W. Taylor,.
- Long a well known photographer
here, a man of eminent skill in his
profession, for some time a resident
of Elk Park, is in the city on his
way to Wilmington, in which' city
be proposes to establish ! him3lf.
We commend him to the kindly
consideration of the people of that
city, though we feel certain that his
own skill and abilities will soon
render hin independent of endorse
A splendid military .display is
expected at Governor Fowle's inau
guration. The Adjutant General
has begun preparations for it. He
reports that there will likely attend,
the entire 2nd Regiment; and por
tions of the First, Third and Fourth.
Cannot Asheville and, Waynes
ville have thiir local companies to
attend? Snrelv, there is public
spirit enough among the people of
this section to raise the lunds neces
sary to send our boys. Asheville
and Waynesyille certainly should
not be missing from th it pageant
in honor of our new Chief Magis
trate. Five huudrd dollars for the
two companies would be an ample
fund to send them.
Few persons pay the attention
needed or d-iseived to this delkiju?
winter vegetable, tuch a natural
and pleasant associate of the Carist
map, or any other sort of, turkey.
There is more labor, perhap?, in its
culture than attends &ny other gar
den work: bui ther U is work that
pays well; for every bunch of celery
raised finds qu ck and profitable
sale. It succeeds here as well as
anywhere in the country; and Wm.
Owen and Joseph Abbott have put
on the market here' as flue as we
have ever seen. After seeinjr what
they can do and- how readily they
dispose of their product we feel it a
kind of reproach that we depend to
much on distant Kalamazoo.
Ai Ordinance in Relation to Fire
qec. two. Any person or persons
wko ahalt dhrvf. rfT ny rjrino n-
fire rm8 r anJ rocket, pop crackers
or other ir works, or any other ex
plosive in any street or foot way or
nublic olace in the citv of Asheville.
or within fifty yard- of any public
Place street or loot way, or any gun
hunrlroii rrarria f anxr liahitntmn with
in tfca c;t except in case of self
defence or necess ty.or by command
r nerm ssion of the mayor ind board
nf nlfiormon afiotl ho fi noH fi f tr Hoi
lars Voided, nothing herein con
tained shall nrohibit nr. works on oc
easionsof public rejoicing, by per
I . i- i i j
leapt. McBe in an Honorable Ca-
s t v E McBee of tke w N c
. , . r.
where he went as expert civil eagin
eer at the request of the chief engin
eer of railways and canalspf the C'a
nad an Government The Canadian
Pacific Railway is 2,906 miles long,
was built by the Government and sold
to a syndicate, the Canadian Pacific
I t i j - rww. .
anroaa company. xu corporaun
npiimo that tha vTa ri vaa rtrt. it rv tm
8tandari, and not in good working
condition, including a certain section
from Port Moody to Kamloops. The
cemoa .v claims tkat the road was
not Un to soecifications when turned
over. This is the Question to be set
I tied by expert testimony rendered
before arbitrators a ludne and two
civil engineers nt selected by the
Gov-rnment, the oth r by the iad
About 6 million dollars are involved
Uaa train "conveyed: Supt.
I irAUna vwA. 4U-n wkr.U m.aI - J a
I iliVllvO UTvl 111 TV UVIC IVAUt 11
wa8 on , witness 8taad for. lwo
JaV8. after hia trin of eisht alavs over
ml" . "
the road. - . Ihe- Ottawa tree rrevs,
j Evening Journal and other Canadian
r. Bva ,wsu
conspicuous ability and, intelligence
P? bPtMBfe a expert cm en-
8"' a. . uiua
the counsel for the road as a man em-
Daring his absence, Supt. McBee
was in daily communication with his
ofn e here, and kept himself th r
onghly posted on : all matters con
nected with the management of the
same. . Ma J. W. W l son accompa
nied Sunt McBee. They were the
ly.Pert8 from the States.
Terrible Vara iaff.
Coueh in the mornius, hiirried or dif
ficult breathing, raisinsr puieetn, tieDt-
ness in - the cheat,: quickened . pulse,
chilliness in the evening or sweats at
night, all or any of these things are the
first staees of 'onsnmption. Dr. Acker1
Eniliah ' Bemedv for -cousnmptiorr will
core these fearful symptoms, and is sold
under a positive guarantee by T. C.
Smith & Co. ;. : - ; r
Xhe'xpresa Office - j
l ;roioruav preaeuteu n tceue oi
industry and bustle seen nowhere
else in the city.. The agent and n
tnll force of assistanfs wera kept in
cessantly busy. from; morning til
night, and long'aftef night, receiv
iDg,vdeiyering and handling
packages .Everybody seemed to
be receiving presents everybody to
ba C sending presents. There was
profuse interchange of these tokens
of acection-or good will.
The express business has grown
here to large proportions, but its
magnitude andita : far reaching
beneficence never had such illustra
tion as yesterday, v
: We are pleased to "add that the
efScient agent Mr. Weddin and his
office. force handled their work easi
ly, and did not seem to be embar-.
rassed by the-sudden and rapid ac
cumulation of v"rlf.
,: av aliiable'Xmas Preseat. r
Whether it was the infection of
expectancy or whatever tne cause,
tbe company assembled in the lec
ture room, of the ! First Methodist
Church on ' Friday afternoon was
larger than usually attends the
monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U.
So blessed were the trlvileges on
joyed, so hallowed was the experi
ence, that one's thoughts reverted
involuntarily to that other, "upper
chamber" of long aijo, to which the
little band of disciples, stole away
from the crowded streets ol Jerusa
lem, to meet the Master. During
this season of mysterious and deli
cious influence permeating man
kind and even touching the heart
of the misanthrope, while the
Christmas spirit is abroad, we
thought that all felt doubtless in
the mood to rejoice with those that
do rejoice, hence decided to give all
readers of the Citizen, the benefit
o' the red letter page, in the calen
dar of Asheville W. C. T. U. In
the first place the meeting of Friday
niht only 1-cked three days of be
in$ held on the anniversary of the
"Crusade," for Jit was on Dec. 23d,
1873, tftat the Woman's Crueade
began in Uillsboro, Ohio. Prelimi
nary to opening of regular exercises
at meeting on Friday, the president
of Asheville's Union briefly narra
ted the incidents of that era in
America's history, when the daugh
ter of Gov. Trimble, and wife of
Judge Thompson Mrs. E. J.
Thompson (or ' Mother Thompson
as she is now afl'-i-'ionatily styled.)
of Hillsboro, 0:iio, led the litlle
praying band a bind which bad
heaven's sanction, and which his
resulted in 1 be crvBtaliaoi r-4-
matic, permanent form of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union,
National, State. Territorial, District,
County and Local, with a following
of between two or three hundred
thousand, of all denominations; a
ost ot ; christian mothers, wives.
sisters and daughters, and in :d :i
tion, the Binds of Hope and the
Loyal Legions, who are all solid on
the subject of prohibition for the
State and total abstinence for each
But to return to Friday's meeting
Asheville: although there were
several matters of much importance
and communications of great mter-
st (anions the latter a letter from
Mexico containing a thanks giving
offering of 85.00 for The Anchor,)
yet in our space, small idea can be
eiven of the scope and dnit ot tne
proceedings, and no conception ot
tbe spirit ot earnestness ana unris
tian love and trust that prevaded
the session. The least spread was
beauteous in the extreme, and I re
gjret the necessity of omitting sever
al most interesting features, but will
hasten to the crowning feature, or
he ''Christmss greeting- to Ashe
ville's W. 0. T. U." which was pre
ented in the form of a most valua
ble donation, viz. the corner lot on
Patton avenue and Grove street, for
the erection of W. C T. T. head
quarters! Plans for securing funds
and for - tne construction ot tne
building will be submitted to the
Board ot Managers . after tne non
days. In the meantime, bright
visions ot their local habitation are
flitting t!r,ugh the minds of the
ineinberi Ui the . W. C. T. U. and
they have oonfidence, and entertain
faith sufficient to believe that ere
the',, expiration of hall "a decade
Aoheville will point with pride to an
edifice of- handsome design aa the
W. C, T, U. Headauarters.": In
scores of towns has the achievement
already - been .wiought by thtse
faithful bands,- wno ever rely, upon
the promises which " never, fail.
Gideon's host has become a reality
to many enlisted in the warfare
against the saloon po rer, and bo
irr atlv has the taith of ; hundretls
been increased by allegiance in the
vv. U. T. U, tnat the country is be-
tunniug to reahza that Vthose- wo
men" afo sure to succeed, liaytnn
given an account oi our . most lm-
uoitant and interesting meeting, we
now close, wishing one and all
merry Xmas and a happy- JNew
Year. A M. C- T. U
;::':- "A NrrW JEseape.
Col. W. K. Nelson, of Brooklyn, came
home one evening, feeling a peculiar
tizhtness in the chest. Before retiring
he tried to draw a lone breath bat found
it almost impossible.. He suffered four
days from pneumonia, and the doctors
cave him od. Dr. Acker's English Rem
edy tor consumption saved him and he
is wen to-cay. ,r or sale oy t cown
& Co. - --, :;, .
South Main Street, Asheville,
, Children's books at about half usual prices. - - ,
Well Bound Books at 10, 15, 25, 80 and 60 cents each.!
Small Writing Etesks, Albums and Scrap Books at 15, 20 and 35 cents.
- 5 .10. 15. 25. 35 and 50 cent counters full -.f barai s.
Doll in Kid, BieWe and Rubber bodies. Tovs of every kind and price.
The Alligator Bar.
Having sold at Auction all my
I have got now left some very I
fine old Bourbon Whiskey, Sher
ry and Blackberry Wine, which I
offer at a great
Byl.the gallon, half gallon or
The best old double, stamped
N C Corn Whiskey
$1.50 per gal 'onf; the best in the
world for medicinaKuse. -j,-
As I only have a few days be
ore closing now is your timeto
for Christmas. Cigars at less than
wholesale cost. -
You . can; have all my goods
nearly at yourjown figure-.
So. 27 South jllala Street.
OOM8 FOB RENT.
At fto r&uon ATenae, tarnished and nnfor-
uabucu. xjny uua.ru uour Uy. Ai0 Suitable
Tyro cottage on Charlotte street, near corner
of (aiebtnnt street, bfrooma eacfc neatly doneiiD
inside; .Will be rented oa most reasonable
time to responsible parties. Possession at nee
Apply to W. O. Wolfe, marble work., east court
ohopping WedneMiy- a small silver
cresreut pin of small iotrius c va-ue, but reward
mriil b ir:-eri by leaving at thla orHn,.
dec 21 illt
i caterday (Thursday) moraine between Halor
s: itin residence au4 C!n; Patton by way ol
Valley nd Cbarlotts ttretts. a biownl h trray
Stun Q he finiicr will be rnwRniori h, ii..
the Ffime ia Ptinfmnn 1e c? a n.Mi..r.. r
Malts st "
-. z . . .. w. o imiunft. r
dec SI dlt
'IF YOU C AN'T CATuH TSM
. . ; SHOOT .'EM "
BREVARD & BLANT0N
Having bought a drummer's sam
ples of silk handkerchiefs, silk
mutters, suspenders, gloves, etc., etc ,
they are offering the same to the holi
day trade at New York prices.
f IRST-CL.ASS P -tl VATE BOARD
THE THOMAS HODSJi,
NEAR BATTERY FABK,
UNDEB ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT,
WILL BE KEPT IN
TBANFIENT OK REGULAR BOARDERS TAKEN,
on. Hern xxJUKing. rwH'-B ieaauuaurc.
MRS. Kl. LACY & SON, Proprietors,
dec 21 dtf
Silk Handkerchiefs, Unfile s, Em
broidered Han-lkerchiefs, Kid GloveB,
Wool Lined Kid Gloves,. Flush Caps,
Scarfs in great variety, flippers. Collars
and CuSs, Hoods. Toboggan Caps, &o.
deodtxot H. Kidwood & (Jo.
ti JT SELLING OUT AT
TO ATTRACT TRADE.
My only attraction is
First Class Goods,
Such as Clarets, Burgundies, San
ternes, Madeiras, Sherry, Poit, Hen-
nessy, Champagne and Garrett's
Scuppernong and Calif ornia Brandies,
Cooking Brandies and Jelly Wines,
Rhine Wines, Sacramental Wines,
Orange Wine, Me i sen Wine, Catawba
and Scuppernong Wines, St. Croix,
Jamaica, New England Rums, Apple
and peach brandy. All the leading
brands of Old Rye and Bourbon
Whiskies, and other goods too num
erous to mention.
My customers may rest assured I
sell only first-class goods, atreasona
ble profits, and for cash.
Cigars by the single box at whole
Jas. H. Loughran
White Man's Bar,
; DOWN STAIKS, S. MAIS NT.
N. C. .
" Christmas and Devotional Booklets injarge variety. Fine illust-ated Books
and Albums 45 cts to 18.00 each. All ae invited to visit our Stores art.
welcoii c, whether wishing to buy or not Our prices are closer than ever ,
fnrf-- nn,i ouv-L'Oods have been selected wrth ereat care. We Fell et Whole .
sa'e and Iletail, and will duplicate
come and wet 7 he
: . .:'
Z 18 Patton Avenue.
Jewelry, Solid and Plated
GOLD PENS,. GOU AND 3ILVER-HR T)1TT
CAN S3, UMBRELLAS, &C.
A Full Line of Spectacles andCEje-Glai
JfToleacopea and Opera Glasses, Fin.
Scissors, Razors and Pen KniTes.3
BEPAIRING and ENGEAVIN5
repairioK and 'engraving
ZEY WIND WATCHES
changed to stem at short notiea."
JJBring in your hard Jobs and hate them fix
RIGHT AND WARRANTEIX"
IS PattonZ&Tcnue. . '
At Smith's Drag Store is di
played the prettiest line of holi
day novelties ever brought to
Asheville. Beautiful writing tab-
ets and work boxes, .having "
seta, handkerchief and - collax
boxes. Plush goods in great tw
nety. Mamcure and infant sots;
Purses for gold and silver nd
tasty puft boxes. Hand mirrors
and - perfume' bottles. Colognes
and handkerchief extracts. . -Call
and see these goods, and if you
find them to suit we wilLmake
prices all right.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
Johnston Corner, Asheville, N. CJ