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ITHE DAILY CITIZEN. through its present extent, but Deyona
The C.t,n I. the most extensively c.rcu- the corner of Haywood street was ,m
lated nd widely read newspaper in Western I passabe except for pedestrians. It Tind
Ita dlscussion'of public men and meas.vres been cut down to grade, but the depress-
'SiiSSi ions had not been filled up to the level,
knows no personal allegiance in treating pub- aii travel to and from the river was
"'TheTmiBN publishes the dispatches of the round by Haywood street. Then; were
Associated Press, which now c h,'; oniv a few insignificant little one story
tics of advanced journalism for gathering I s10,)s bakeries, etc., on tins street in tne
news from all quarters, with everythingcare- ..,., ,, .., f
tullv edited to occupy the smallest space. vicinity of the square; one or two ol
.?ZT'JiS """ these still remain as types of the past.
., nf thf ritv to subscribers, and par
ties wanting it will please eall at the Citkbn I now
1 n f.,,.,Hf.fiti
transient advertisements must be paid in ad afterwards replaced by the
Reading notices ten cents per line. OWtu-1 firn,.tt ,,r Cluuiii house; thence to the
nrv mnrrinffe and society notices fifty cents I ,
, ...., i nr fiftv cents I ,:....r nn t hat side was a wilderness. '
per Inch. It he other side there was mostly an un
cleared forest, or thicket. There were,
far down, one, perhaps two, small clear-
TWENTY VKAKS ACiO. . ,.i houses; and where the elegant
Terms Daily. $ for one year; $3 for si I -j-j residence at the corner of the avenue
nonths; 50 cents for one month ; 15 ccntslor I ....mrl.
me week. Carriers will deliver the paper in and Church street stooil as it stands
the city to subscribers, and par- , . . nPxt linA only
t will please eall at the Citubn now. Beyond that tne next arm ohm,
. house on the south side was a story and
l Ratrs Reasonable, and made nousc un .
PpHcntion at this office. All half house ill which Judge Bailey lied.
THTKSDAY, OCTOUIiR 24. 18X9.
Reference made a few days ago to the house now stands, was a small
visit of a formerly well known gentleman franie house, removed a few years ugo
to Asheville recalls the fact that it is just Smith's bridge stood where the fine
twenty years ago, in this same beautiful I iron bridge now crosses the river. The
month of October, that wemadcourfirst I nlj bridge was a scries of wrecks rather
visit to the place. The changes between than bridge, for it was racked by fresh-
then and now are so great mat we art i.ts ana tltllCi wrenched out ol line. v-iuii V,;,.u mwl
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tuc nwi'iniji iir -
THE BIG STORE
Bostlc Bros. & Wrlglit
Is now overflowing with the
largest and prettiest stock of
Dry fioods ever brought to
Henriettas, Cashmeres, Mo
hair Cloth, Jubilee Cloth,
Turner (ioods, Velvets,
Worsted, Eiderdown in all
colors, Renfrew Dress Ging
NOTIONS ! NOTIONS !
Ml Miwts of Notions, includ-
tempted to note them. I half the railing gone, and
Twenty years ago AshevUhj was ,laI1Km)us patchwork. On this side. prettiest Notions
reached uy puDiic conveyance, i there was no nuiitiing near me sv
the tedious, rough medium of the o'1' L.ml all was iiuiel and secluded as it it . ... oyer Noted
fashioned stage coach, two or four horse
according to the importanceof the route:
from Greenville, Tcnn., by the latter, and
from Greenville, S. C, by the former. On
the eastern route, Morganton was the
terminus of the Western North Carolina
road, and the sixty miles from there to
i,,i miles iiwnv in thecountv
Battery Park, then Batterv Porter, Some of the most FaScilUl-
stood in tne iiiuisi oi soiHimc, i. i-.v .., I.lkM.iiintmw
old field crowned with the tumbling tlllg Never-l'llll I'aSllliatOlS
wreck of a liar... It was resorted to -as that ev(. Fas(.j,mtwl
now lor its nnc views, ami ki.isi "
rind lively memento of the war. Bailey
Asheville was a twenty hours' ride, occu- strect was (mly known as a narrow turn
pying part of one day and all of the sue- ing off t0 eaa t0 tbe Roberts farm house
ceeding night. Pentz, the famous driver, ncar wilcre the- new depot now is. Camp
made the trip as safe and pleasantaswas I patton was then on the edge of thecoim
compatible with rough roads and dark-1 t bevond the lineof habitation. Chest
ness. In our first ride, darkness fell on I nit strCet was not laid oil", and the road
us at Pleasant Gardens. Morning found I tllat preceded it ran through a body ol
,i , tbis siilc of the Kidue. hiirh up in I ,j i.v,., li itroml avenue in its
the mountains, enveloped in thick fog I whole length from Judge Merrimon's on
which shut out the grandeur of the sur- tlc sn,th, far beyond Prof. Vcnable's on
rounding scene we were half crazy to 1 tj,c lu)rth wns in the country
witness. The fog lilted when down in Asheville in fact was a very modest lit-
the valley of the Swannanoa; and never tlc vjiilt;Ci slKh as wns to be exacted so
shall we forget the rapturous enjoyment reniote from large business centres, an
of that first view of, and ride along, that so cliffiovilt to reach. But it had the sul-
lloods, Toboggans, and
Shawls in endless variety.
The prettiest line of Flan
nels vou ever saw.
Dlankets, Quilts and Coun
Jeans mid Cassiineres.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
a in abundance, ecan tit you
mi ii ii nict M11T. Ol JIM I, 1"
then most beautilulot mountaiHstreams, stai)li.,i mmt ,, very higli inieuigcuti
then pure and unsullied, the typical I anj nnbounded hospitality ; two uuah- jiiiy style ,VOU Want.
nvmph ot beauty, pursuing her aanc- ties that largely contnlniteil to us sunst
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ing ano lovtius way, uci wnwui uimw i inicnt irrtiwtn ; lor ujm- n- " ' ,,i . c
knichtlv courtesy the graceful birches, Uxnerienced either, were determined tore- Celebrated AJOITOW PMKien I til
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drooping their plumes in peacelul courtly tllrn nnj rt.niain it possible; wlucii ven IjUOieS.
asthe sparkling mauien went on manv WCre cnaiiicd to no. .vuin Jinil'tlUI
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good for mk. TRAit. n fnll line of Ladies latest
That was a pretty picture along the
road from the Swannanoa to the en
trance of the town. It had the beauty
and pictures(iiencss of a time-marked
hngl.sl. lane through some rural M,u.Kc, - V.Y,.'. , ' .l.:,'.!, wo will
the cottaire with its trellis and its flow- noise; cannons, guns i. - riUUlUflHiiu.
ers. the rusticblacksmithshop.thewater- way or anomcr we cS, ... , j (.,OHp OUT j,t nn fust.
: ,1, ,! ,r,.l,;.r s,.nnt. the clus- of guns and pistols
ters of stately pietureS1ue Lombardy of it, though our peo,,le are rather too
c i :ii I nrntit Ti) HSf L lit ill un t,n.n uun.i.
poplars, tne masses 01 (iroo)ing widows, i t - - - . .
Ii, clusters of .-mole trees loaded with our .riemls are st.ll not happy because wnt -m the 111111111111111 liat
their ruddy or their golden fruit, and we have made our condition socheerlu r don't WUllt.
IiOSTlC BROS. & WRIGHT,
Some of those hidebound Republicans , j WalkinC Jackets.
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fter the war thev swept out ol our ter- ZUU lrs. lj,nnt.- ciiiu c
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ritorv all that couiu nun it nmies, lll.iut oi' H.'vi v.u
v., lio.t, ciinie I
In our Store you will niui
them on each other. But m1( maximum Ol WlUlt yOU
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.,,,..,.,,1 .,11 ti, ,r,,r.T,.i,e vprv ot the au- " l" " " f
i..r i ..i,r,;,,' intrndm- music. These they would deny us even
c',.i,!,,i,', vilWr. For Asheville on the occasion when we propose to eel-
;ii, ti. ,...h dr.-.L-Lred ebrate our adoption of the Federal con-
lid uub m i iiiiivi - nn ,1,11
l..,ol, m.thelonir hill from Town stitulion. 1'erhaps tmie s me iu.
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iii;ii s wi cre l ue uiiciicc ..,m... ..
without the constitution our Republican
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A few scat-1 o'cmis couio oo as iut- i'...".
.v tin. milv Tracy is a wise man. He know tile pow-
branch up to the Eagle, the hotel of the
place, a very plain and modest affair to
what it afterward became.
tered houses only lined the way.
..c ,..; ,l. f,,,c mmision built I er ol music.
, ... ., ii. "Musk' h.-ith charms to simthr the siivhrc.
oy .ir. j.mes i atton, uwvi uitru 'v
No. 11 N. Court Square.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
KNC.INKHKS' SI l'PUIBS,
I'lCri KKS AND FKAMKS,
i NCY tlollHS.
HOT 1 1
To rt-nii ii rock or spill n cultl.aKt
the Cosmopolitan Club, and the dwelling m K ;s willing that the Marine Band
lately removed, the dwelling then per- shj,n aime down South; for it may even
haps of Dr. W. L. Milliard. There was lakc. t,c slUf out of poorold.agebowcd
no Swannanoa hotel then. A small sorrow stricken, hated, feared, persecuted
wooden tenement at the corner, and a distrusted, revered, honored, beloved Jef-
board fence occupied and enclosed the lot I fcrsi)n Davis.
now so finely utilized. l:p Main street The New York Sun of the lilst says:
there was a strange mixture of store and Senator Ransom ol North Carolina has
dwelling, of business and domestic life, secured the promise of the 1'nited States
Bearden Rankin's if we remember Man,, Baiu. I rom the Secretary ,r
rightly, was tne oniy ones iiuiiuii.g state's centennial celebration ot her rati
the west side up to the present Johnston 1 fixation of the Federal Constitution. The
i,.,;i,i;.r th elt , f wlii. h was occumed 1 even will take place at tayettevwe on
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bytheapet-ear nanK, a Kmrar us ne y--- Republicans here
Western hotel. On the other side the I, se:ereiv criticise Secretary Tracy for
onlv bnck buildings we recall- as then m allowiuif the band to leave the city at
l.n fi l,r;,'lf ImJIdiilt. .ill. nnd narticularlv to aid in a southern
erected in Asheville, built by the father of tton M h t J.
the Hon. David L. Swain, now occupied knows section when good music is at
as the Bon Marche and the b. J. Aston stake
building. The court house square pre
sented a sorry appearance. The court
house, burned some years before, had not
neen reuuiit, aim a lciujiuijij. u..t-niu.j , n
Uru sinicire served oublic nurnoses. U pro,Kr pnde of race. He believes fo I HACK Call Oil
The building around the snuare, where the capacity of his people to elevate
anv existed, were mostly of wood. The themselves by their own exertions.
old Hugh Johnston corner, now adorned
llllI.l.S. TOYS AND GAMES.
WK8TF.RN K. C. HCKMKti,
PHllTdC.KAf'HIC AND HAND-
aa S. Main Street.
If you want a good Uin-
A negro editor of a negro pajier ought lmHa that is warranted Hot
to know what he is talking about. The
editor of the Knoxvillc Negro World has
with the splendid Barnard building, was
occupied by a typical country store, with
a long piazza fronting on the square
rilled with piles of grindstones, kegs of
nails, bar iron and idle loungers waiting
to hear something new. Attached to the
store was the dwelling and its garden
and its stables, extending down to Water
street, the space now covered with a solid
block of brick Business houses.
But, first, we look down North Main
street. The stately Woodfin mansion
then, as now, closed the vista. Cooper's
corner, if we remember aright, was occu
pied by some insignificant wooden struc
ture. Just beyond, was the Buck hotel,
with its long piazzas, and its old reputa
tion as a good, popular court house tav
ern still surviving. The building still
stands shorn of its piazzas and its old
fame, though still actively useful ; though
in appearance so out of keeping with its
surroundings that its survival is no pleas
ant reminder of past times. On the same
side of the street there were only a few
small wooden shops, some of them sport
ing the ambitions signs of "parlor mark
ets." Farther down the large lots now
occupied with handsome dwellings were
devoted to the same use, but with smaller
On the south side of the street, the
store lately occupied by W. H. Lea was
the only brick tenement, and the last
business house on that side. A few shops
were strung along some of which still
survive; but tbe lots now occupied by
the Farmers' warehouse, and up as far
as tbe furniture store, were vacant. Far
down the street was the Carolina hotel.
then nsed as a sanitarium.
Patton avenue had been opened
believes they are doing it. He spurns
that patronizing sympathy of their
Northern friends who beliive they are
always needing friends, and dependent
upon the help that comes from the out
side. These are brave and true words
that we quote from the Negro World of
The neirroes of the South are not in
the condition that our Northern friends
claim. Thev are nrocressing financially
ond improving intellectually, ii me
friends of our race would comein contact
with the negroes if the South they would
become better triends ol the race.
Dr. Parker Prays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at F. L.Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always be found,
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, files and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and Patton avenue.
Miss Slymme How do you like my
new gown, dear? Miss Plompe Well, it
isn't so bad. But it has a rather odd
looking figure in it, 1 think. (About
thirty minutes later. I Miss Slymme I
wonder if that hateful thing was re
ferring to me ? These goods are perfectly
To Diapel Colds.
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im
nnre or sluffirish. to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to a healthy activity.
Without lmtaiing or weakening mem,
use Syrup of Figs.
One swallow of hot stuff does not
make an Indian summer.
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dies different, "you know,'
from anyone else's.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION
IsthatfinelotoflBNGLISH BRIDLE!) and
THREE-HORN CHAMOI8 SEAT 8ADDLB8
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
And the low prices t which he is filing all
goods in hla line.
He has increaard his force and intenda to
meet the demand.
Mr. A. L. Finley, Marion, N. C, was
iirh a severe sufferer .Tom scrofula in
most aggravated form, that for years be
went on crutches. He was cured in 1 883
by Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, and has
been well ever since.
Our goods are all in and
we are now ready to meet
anybody's prices. We have
some of the best bargains in
Press (ioods, Shoes and Ha ts
we have ever offered. In
Hankets, Comforts and Bed
Spreads we are prepared to
offer some special prices.
Shawls to sell at prices
heaper than we ever have
een able to I my thfin at bt-
foiv. We sell no goods at
ost or under just to get you
in our store and then make
it up on you in other tilings
y charging two prices for
sortwthing that you do not
know the real value of. We
sell everything at a small
profit, and our facilities for
buying being better than
those of any store in North
Carolina, except "llouss'
Racket Stores," ire run and
do undersell anybody in
Asheville on Dress (Joods,
Shoes, Huts, Tinware, No
tions, (ilassware, Tools.
Clothing. Lumps, Lamp
Chimneys, Shawls, Blankets,
etc., etc. Yard-wide Factory
Cloth and Graham's Plaids
or Homespuns some sell for
less than cost but skin you
in other things. Our advice
is, buy Homespun and Plaids
as cheap as you can, being
careful to see that each yard
measures 86 inches, but when
vou nave oougiu uuu
No man will lose money on
ou. and when one offers
goods below cost at whole-
ale, I my them, but don't
touch them in other goods.
se , common sense, price
iround. and where you are
offered the best bargains
We can sell you a solid
Woman's Shoe for $1, well
worth fl.40, a Child's School
Shoe for $1 that you cannot
match for $1.23 in Asheville,
a Hat for 30c. that others
ask Hoc. to ft 1 for. We have
an Old Ladies' Shoe for $1.30
that will please every tender-
footed middle-aged or old
Lady in the land and be a
source of solid comfort to her.
Our Man's Shoe for $2 in
Congress or Lace has given
better satisfaction than any
shoe we ever sold. We have
a line of Dress (ioods from
10c. up that is astonishing
in quality, for the price, a
ine of Dress Alpacas at 30c,
all colors, of Flannels in large
plaids at 'J0c, of Mohairs in
greys at 20, and of Tricots
at 48c, we guarantee will not
be equalled in this town. We
especially invite the Ladies
to call and see our Silks for
fancy work, chenilles, ban
gles, arasenes, wools, knit
ting and embroidery silks.
We are also prepared to do
stamping on Linen, Plush,
Velvet and Felt, at prices
away below those charged
by others. We have a beau
tiful line of patterns. All the
new pieces bought in Septem
ber and guarantee satisfac
tion. We have a Kid Glove
in Black and Tans at $1 that
takes the fancy of every lady
who has seen them. The best
woven Corset for 86c that
has ever been shown in Ashe
ville under $1.25. Come and
Our New Big Stock,
And learn our prices before
you buy elsewhere.
GEO. T. JONES & CO.
N. Y. Office, 466 Broadway.
J 1411-1 or.
GIIAS. D. BLANTON & CO.,
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Mla nt nil Hours, fciecmc
Cars Pass tlie Boor.
i ..t. lfAsure in announehiK the Ovattr
Season oMMHU-'DO tin" oiH-md. anil my long
-..Krience in the business .lusum-- ..... ...
,!..., l tmtilic thut I can nltase anil at-
ifv all customers. I will serve oysters in the
.1. ..vi. ,,.! .lralinir only with reliable
houses, tan offer the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Pan Roast. Boston BayStewsaspeelaltv.
l-.reat care will lie taken with all orders I
sell only the finest and freshest oysters that
can be had. I receive shipments direct from
packers every afternoon. Chartrcs reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Special attention given to lady
customers. Polite and attentive waiters.
Honr,l hv dav. week or month with or with
out rooms, "if you want the lst the market
affords call on
E. STRAUSS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
Our aim is f o fill a long felt want in the city of Asheville,
and we will open nbont . September 1 , n ith the most com
plete line of Clothing for Men and Boys ever shown in this
Our Mr. ('HAS. BLANTON goes to Northern and East-
rn markets with the ready cash which insures to the new
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nisniess A v i..m nu uv wi.-
NEW HOl'SE! NKWU KI'RNISH El) 1
ALL MOUIiRN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. ail Haywood Street,
. , w p.., ton n venue. Warm
,.on,lortnblc rooms. On street car line
Terms reasonable. .,.,.,
octHdum MRS. J. L. SMATHhKS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston umiuinii, i.
ton avenue, corner ol cnuicn sirtcv,
she is prepared to keep reular or transient
boarders. Table furnished witn tne nesi mc
market affords. Terms reasonable. mar31m
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., N. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. R. R. An hour's
ride from Asheville. I
First class in every respect. Mineral waters
l.ithia. Iron. Aluin and Iron. Red and
White Sulphur and Mannesin.
The most picturesque spot in Western
Parties leavinK Asheville on the 1.32 p. m.
train can have dinner on their nrrival by tcl
eKTuphinK from the depot.
Terms reasonable Siecial rates to l'aml
J. Bulow Erwtn,
jullt dam Proprietor.
THE YOUTHS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Will receive our special attention, and to this we will call
the especial attention of Mothers, Sisters and Aunts.
OUR GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Will be replete with all the Novelties of the season in thv
way of Neckwear.
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Will receive due attention, and in it can be found from the
conventional High Hat down to the Soft Knock-about.
We have already placed our order for a line of
MEN'S FINE SHOES
With one of the most popular makers
Our iiK.de of business shall be STRICTLY ONE i'lUCK '
and all goods warranted as represented or money refunded.
Our opening will be announced in due time.
CHAS. D. BLANTON & CO.,
One Price Clotniers,
Asheville, N C.
J. W. SCHARTLE,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aicent for Reema Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main - Asheville, N. C
W. I,. riOCGLAS' name and the price are
stamped on the bottom of all Shoes adver
tised by him before leavinK his factory: this
protects the wearers aKainst hiKh prices nnd inferior Koods. If your dealer does not keep
the stvle or kind you want, or offers you shoes without W. I Wm'n1&Z.
tm,,cdon(h.m.an.tsay.they are just S","" .d pa1
1 uie nu.mj, .... :-' ..7 .....,'....l 1,. . vlui.lv: thereto
make more profit on unknown shoe, that are not warrantee lb, 'anybody therefore do not
he induced to bnv shoes that have no reputation. Buy onlylhose that have w. L.. inn 1
LAS' namVadthr-price slampcd on thj- bottom and you are sure to jet full vn lue oryour
i. ..r .t..ii.id nr.. envoi Hnmui lv bv the wearers 01 W . L,. l,UlljA!1
!?.: V- .. . .1 .. i,..,l,nr v.i v.-iint Coni-Tcss. Hutton or Lnce, London
upon return of the shoes in oon eonuunm.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
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liiWMI l Hi " "li Mill V '1,! Ml" 'ii' MiMtt lliW.
I. O. Box P.
marl 3d ly
GENERALCONTRAGTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Grates, Ranges and Boilers set.
Buildings moved and repaired in first class
Sewerage, .Drainage and trap for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square,
Asheville. N. C. may30dly
Or the Liqior Habit, Positively Cared
it AiMMtrniii n. nnir mum vec in.
II eanb. otvM la cuo of code, or tea. nr In ar-
cm 01 looa. wimout un bdowiinikv 01 tne per
on taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will
sITeet a permanent and speedy cure, whether
the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic
wrecK. T NEVER FAILS, "ViUArf AN I tt
a complete cure Id every Instance. 4b page boot
Address la confidence,
SPECIFIC CO.. 1 86 Raca St. Cmclanttl.a
'toe plain French toror narrow cap toe, and be sure to ive size and width you wear- I
ean At an v loot that is not deformed, as my shoes are made in (treat variety of widths, aizea
and half "U. 1 Buranlee a fit. prompt delivery and perfect sat " action or money refunded
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GEN tE li 91 K M.
Is a fine seamless calf shoe, with Dongola tops,
and oak leather bottoms. They are made in
Connress. Button and Lace on London Cap To.
Narrow Cap Toe and l'lain French Toe Lasts, in
sizes from 5 to 11, including half siirs and all
widths. If you have been paying from $5 to $6
for shoes ol this quality do not do so longer. One
pair will wear as long s two pairs of common
sold by dealers that are not warranted by the
Our claims for this shoe over all other $3 shoes
advertised, arc :
1st. It contains better material.
2d. It is more stylish, lietter fitting nnd durable.
3d. It gives better general satisfaction.
4th. It costs more money to make.
r,th. It saves more money for the consumer.
6th. It is sold by more dealers throughout the U.S.
7th. It's great success is due to merit.
8th. Itcannotbc duplicated by any other manu
facturer. 9th. It isthebestinthe world, and hasalargerde-
mancl than any otner 9.) anoc auvcniKu,
$5,(100 will be paid to any person who will prove tne aoovc siaicmcni. iu ....... v.v
following lines will be found to be ol the same quality ot excellence .
t;a. OKNI'INB IIAND-SKWBl), wnicn ms.es me p.: '
JjOO 9I1UC ,noc, that cost from 7 to $.
Am TIUJ ORIGINAL ANI1 ONLV HANP-HKWKi, v. ki.! e.,,.....
P4..00 Equals custom-made shoes costing from fl to M.
41. KOR POLICEMEN. Railroad Men nnd letter Carriers all -ear them.
$3.50 llOe m,,0th Inside as a hand-sewed shoe. No tack, or wax thread to
nun mc ik,.
$ IS UNEXCELLED FOK HEAVY uesi liii s. .
2.50 anoe price.
$ WORK I NO MAN'S. Is the best in the world lor rouga wear: one
Z.Z3 pair ought to wear a man a year.
IS EOl'AL TO SHOES THAT COST PROM $3 to $3.30. One pair
3Z.OO SllUt y,.jii v,ear longer than any shoe ever sold at the price.
$2 00 Shoe FOK noY the bCTt Scno1 8hoe ln the world-
. YOUTHS' SCHOOL, gives the small Boy. a chance to wear the best
$1.75 3HOe thon ln tne world.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
W. L,. Douglas $3 and $2 Shoes L4di".
Both I.adiea' Shoe, are made in aiiea from 1 to 7, including half sizes, and B, C, H. B and
FOR HEN ONLY!
1 BACITIVC For LOST or 7 ATXHVQ MAKHOODt
A rUSI I lit Qnund ud HERV0UB LEBIUTYl
ftTT'D 17 Weakana of Body and Kind: ErTMta
j U XW-A-i f Errors or ExorsaMia Old or Tounf.
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and Wklakar RaH-
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STYLES OP LADIES' SHOES.
Medium' Common-Sense." All made in Button in the Latest Styles.
Thr Ur.n..h i i,M,r." "The Spanish Arch Opera," "The American Common-Sense,
Also, French Opera in Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only.
Consumers should remember that W. L. DOUGLAS is the largest and only Shoe Manu
facturer in the world, supplying shoes direct from factory, thus giving nil the middle-men s
profits to the wearer! W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Miu.
-FOR SALE BY-
H ERRING & WEAVER.:
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Bank of Asheville,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
TLANTIC COAST UNB
On and after this date the following ached
ale. will be ran over it. "Columbia Diviaioa."
No. 63 Leave. Columbia 0.20 p. m
Arrive, at Charuratoa.. 9.30 D. m
No. 83 Leave. Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrive, at Columbia. 11.65 a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
point, on the Charlotte, Columbia Ac An
wrta and Columbia Greenville Railroad..
T. M. BMBRSON, Oca. Paas. A(t.
J. F. DBV1NB, Oca. tupt.
Represent the following companiea, vis. :
PTBB. CASH ASSBT. IN n. B.
Anglo Nevada, of California, $2,497,833
Continental, of New Yord 4,878.623
Hamburg-Bremen, of Germany 1,129,604
London Assurance, of England 1,643,995
Niagara, of New York 2,237,492
Orient, of Hartford 1,667,692
Phoenix, of Brooklyn 6,064,179
St. Paul Fire and Marine, of Min
Southern, of New Orleans ... 439,684
Western, ot Toronto 1,039,232
Mutual Accident Association.
,4itna l ife Insurance Company.
jpo THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shank's
new building, one door west of J. F. Wood
bury, stable, on College strest. They are
prepared to manufacture carriages, buggies,
wagons, and anything else in their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing are specialties.
They have secured the .erv.ee. of Henry Pow
ell, ana would be pleasea to receive " "r
hare of patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed
d6m BURNBTTB e huhasu.
CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
RntH of medicine Pre. We war-
rain nnr remedvtocurethc worst
. -w, h. nnlv nhnician. whodo this to
prevent your being Impoeed upon by men
a ting falae name, and who are not Doctor.
Because others failed ia no reaaoa lor ot
using this medicine. Give Bxpreas and Port,
orfice addreaa. It coats you nothing. Addicva
AMhel Medical Bureau, 291 Brondway, New
ANEW DEBD, carefully prepared y lead
ing members of the Asheville bar (on
(inert parchment and heavy Oat paper), co ,
ering aU necewary point., Jurt out and now
on ai.r.trffic of the Mia. P--mt
CS . N-jjth Court Soju.re. f.n10t