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THE DAILY CITIZEN. acteristically to the West, are found e x
The Citizen la the moit extensively drco. cept in much diminished decree. Here.
N"or.dharonri?,r,:ad " in especially in the mountains, are found
ita diacussion of puhl c men and measure, health, which man seeks elsewhere so of-
ill in the interi'sr tif nnl14r ntmrntu tmnuat I
government, and protttK'roua industry, and it ten ill vain ; plenty, where bountiful soil
responds so generously to inlutrv
i nc utizfs publishes the dispatches of the pence, where t-verv social and political
aociatt'd Prest.. which nnw fiivr th- ' 1
whole world in its coie. It hns other fnrili- relation invites to harmony; industrial
enterprise, where so many subjects invite
to action; rest and recreation, where na
ture spreads in lavish wealth and beauty
all the riches of climate and scenery ; and
the eve so directed is offered every facil
ity to follow its direction ; for to this
mountain region is convergence of all the
ikh of advanced .lournnlism for pnthcriiifj
news from all quartern, with everythinjecare-
iiiiv cuiteu to occupy the smallest space.
Siectmen copiett of anv edition wilt be sent
rue to any one sending their addre.
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one week. Carriers will deliver the paper in
every part of the city to subscribers, and par
tie wanting it will please call at the Citizhn
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knows on aonlication nt this oltice. All j:...... ..' . - t t- , ..i
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Reading notices ten cents per line. Obttu
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each (not exceeding ten lines) or fifty cents
Sr.NDAY. XOVt-MUUR :i, 1S.SU.
DON'T "CO WK8T VOI'NIi MAX.'
In yesterday's issue we presented
very interesting interview with Mr. Win.
K. Whitson, who had just returned from
an extensive, it' somewhat hurried, toui
through the great west. His narrative
presents a series of very bright pictures.
lire scourged, cold shrunken, grasshopper
Wasted, drought parched, famine doomed
land ot Dakota, one of the inspirations
to the charge, "(mi West, voting man."'
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
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A SIMil I..4H 1;K1((IH
To he made liy a North Carolinian
occurs in the Chattanooga Tradesman
of November 1. Mr. Henry K. Colton,
son of the Kcv. Simeon Colton, long a
very distinguished educator at Fayctlc-
villc, X. C, in an article "spcciallv writ-
bnt. where the brilliant coloring isalmost ten fur the Tradesman," savs: "Hv tin
"erywhere dashed with very soiubri
shades, dark enough, after hearing the
result oi nis ooscrvations and the expe
rience of others, to iustifv the title to this
When Horace Ctreeley gave the famous
advice expressed in the above title, he
spoke it under the influence of analogies
orawu irom nature ami Irom the move
ments of human progress. The daily
course of the sun and of the planets that
ruled the night till appeared to tend thai
way. The prophetic expression of Sii
William Jones that "Westward the Star
census of ISSo there was lint reallv one
stone house in the Southern States, un
less in some private section ; that house
was the custom house in New Orleans,
and it was built of Ouincv granite."
Mr. Colton had opportunity to know
better, and he should have taken the lili-
ertv to correct the census error, so far as
lates to North Carolina. The State
ipitol at Kaleigh, begun in lNIil.' and
'hushed in 1SH, is of massive granite,
ind a conspicuous model of soliditv ot
naterial. I-'or many years it stood alone
is the ideal of substantial public build-
ot Umpire takes its way, ' was prophetu ings. The same iptarry that furnished
only in relation to the western comment, the granite for thecaiiitol orovided alsi
vutn the exception ot the stationary the material for the easl and west build-
Chinese, Japanese and their cognate ings of the I-nisconnl. now St. Marv's
races, History had alreailv made its
record of the inexorable westward ten
dency. .stern Asia and all liurope had
successively been overflowed by the tide
of population flowing from the east; and
while the splendid empires of the orient
Had passed away and been lorgotlen.
new ones, more splendid and more pow
erful had risen in the west until the ex-
tremest coasts of the Atlantic called
nait. M't still the surging masses Irom
behind pressed on until at last it seemed
to press into the ocean, and compelled
that great and daring movement tor re
bet, the discovery of another world, with
ample room for nations and lor empires.
And here the empire foreshadowed bv Sii
William Jones was founded, the last, per
haps most splendid, to be founded In
human power and ambition.
"lien Horace t.rcclcy spoke, theeaslern
hall ol the occupied American continent
had nearly tilled the measure of its ca
pacity. The wilderness had long agi
disappeared, population had begun U
press anil overflow, and engage in the
struggle for room, occupali Ibrtimcor
subsislcnce which had compelled the old
continents to disgorge their surplus or
seek new helds lor action. Hut beyond
this eastern half, there still lav a.i un
bounded expanse, only partially known
or explored, invested by fancy or interest
with all the fascinations of terrestrial
charms soil exuberantly rich, climate
serenely delightful, with capacities for the
abundant return for all agricultural in
dustry ; withal, lands luarvclously cheap,
ol illimitable extent, giving room enough
for the amplest desires of territorial ac
quisition. And to the West, (Ireelev directed the
ambitious or industrious youth not to
the South. For even after the cloud ol
slavery had been swept away, sectional
prejudice or party hostility had draped
the Southern horizon with other clouds
not less baUlul and forbidding. The
South was industriously pictured as hos
tile to the Northern immigrant, intoler
ant to the politics of the majority of the
Northern settlers, denying them theright
ot free speech or unrestricted vote, rcadv
with deadly weapon to suppress the one
and oppose the other. Society was repre
sented as chaotic and in a primiliveslate
ol disorder; violence and anarchy were
the ruling elements, and ignorance, ir
religion and lawlessness cherished insti
tutions. The climate was represented as
hostile to health, as incompatible with
out-door labor; and the products of the
soil such only as were congenial to tropi
cal, or at least, semi-tropical latitudes.
As for other objects of human industry,
they were tew, and could not be pursued
under existing adverse social, political
anil climatic conditions.
Time, as it passed, has made some im-
peeted and unpleasant revelations.
Very many hundreds of thousands fol
lowed Horace Greeley's advice to the ex
tent of crowding in upon and filling up
much of the greatly vaunted West. Much
of the good represented was found
vase oeai oi it proved to lie imaginary ;
anil ol the evil little was said; perhaps
little was known, In-eause much of that
could only lie learned by actual cxieri
ence under ermanent conditions, lint
the bitter fruits of over sanguineexpecta
tion and too impatient haste of oc
cupancy have been gathered in
forms of which there was no an
ticipation, because ot them there was
no accurate information, or it had
been studiously withheld. The cy
clone of the summer, annually reaping
its harvest of death and destruction, the
blizzard of the winter, with its arctic j
cold and its appallingly ferocious winds,
the droughts which parch up plain and
field, the grasshopper whose denseclouds
blacken the fields and turn them into a
desert waste, the consequent scarcity of
looa, denying rebel from intolerable cold,
make up a constantly succeeding energy
oi calamity that might appall the stout
est heurt, and weary the most persistent
fortitude. To these must lie added the
prairie fire, which, with broader sweep
ana equally resistless power of destruc
tion with the cyclone, though with more
mercy to human life, turns into a black
ened desert hundreds of miles of the va
ried works and forms of human labor.
Let the eye of enterprise and adventure
be turned toward the South, where few
or none of the disasters incident to char-
hool, on the west side of Kaleigh. two
very substaniial buildings of stone, built
in ls;i.'i. and apparently as durable as
the pyramids of ligypt. And from the
ame or adjacent quarry was built the
large goihie Christ's ehmvli at Kaleigh, a
hie specimen of solid architecture in im
perishable stone. These examples at
cast might have occurred to Mr. Colton.
or they were conspicuous and of lung
e might add other illustrations from
ur own observations made elsewhere.
W'v remember the custom house at
.harleston, limit hemic the war. ol
Iressed stone, marble we believe; andtlie
magnihccnt cnpitol at Columbia, S. C,
nearly complete w hen the ar come on.
mill also ol a verv line native granite.
hen there is, which we have not seen, the
verv beautilnl cniulo at Nash ville. Teiin..
intcdatiiig ls.so bv a number of years,
built of a tine lute native limestone.
We dare say mmierousotlierexeeptions
in be presented to the statement that
prior to 1 vsii there was "reallv but one
tone house in the Southern States."
We have heard of new townsspringing
up in the West in a night, like Jonah's
gourd, and last spring had marvelous
accounts of the phenomenal growth ol
voting cities, out yonder in I klahoiua. In
the slow going Atlantic States such thines
have been almost unknown. Hxccptions
lo come sometimes: and the following
irom the Wilmington Star, relating lo
the new town of Rowland, snrorises us
is much as anything we have read about
Western vim :
"A eoiresiion lent writ inn from Row
land. X. C. savs that on the first dav ol
tanuai v there was onlv one housein
the place, and now the town is incorpo
rated lor one mile square, with over liftv
buildings within its limits, including resi-
icnees. store Houses, machine, blacksmit h
and wood shops, a steam saw and grist
mill, a steam cotton gin. and bv t lie mid-
lie of November a cotton scid oil mill
will be in operation. It is the present
terminus of the Wilson anil Florence rail
road, being twenty-eight miles from the
junction on the Wilmington. Columbia
and Augusta road at Great Fee lice."
Ajiiiiii we "nll your special
attention to tlie celebrated
.Morrow Shoes, which have
stood the test for nui ny years
for DntAitii.iTY. for Exuoi.-u-:.n-:
of Sty I. for Tom KoitT
and Exactness of Fit, being
etpiiil in quality, style and fit
to anv Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
again in the future.
e have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every desirable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
Come and examine our
goods; it will not cost you a
We want you to call and
trade with us. wit lit lie assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRV (iOODS.
lints and ( 'lotliingalwayson
hand at astonishingly low
ItoKtic Kros. & Wright
HOOKS AND STATIONERY!
I'ICTI'RHS ANII FRAMES,
FANCY Cm 11 IS.
HUSK HOOKS, KVKKVIiKAUK,
IMII.I.S, TOYS AMI tIAMHS,
til IT 1 1
ANII 1 1 A Nil.
About six years ago the first foreign
steamer ventured into the port of Wil
mington in micst of a cai L'o of cotton
ior Hurope. She found what she wanted:
.oiu ine ne.e year ipute a licet ot these
steamers came in. Their increase has
been steady, and thus far. in the first six
weeks of the season, fourteen of them
have entered and loaded. Most of them
British, two of them Spanish. Theeffcct
has been to make Wilmington a very im
portant cotton port. There is a marked
change in the current of trade; nearly all
the cotton shipments are foreign, verv
The 'resident's proclamation of a gen
eral Thanksgiving on the 2Mth inst. will
lie followed, we presume, by one ot Gov
ernor Fowle, fixing the same day as the
State festival. The people of Western
N'orth Carolina mnv respond to it in
hearty sincerity ; for never have a ieople
been more blessed in abundant yield in all
crops, and exemption from nil cahimitv
as they have bce:i during the past year.
22 S. IIain Street.
It you want a good Fin-:
brclla that is warranted not
to CRACK call on
I Jacket Store" litis
name sonic goods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And sell at trices guar
anteed to be the lowest
in town. I hiving a force
of salesmen and sales-la
dies, the tedious waits
that our patient, patrons
have had to endure
Dr. Parker Frays cream Van-Ola, Hosa
linc, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at F. L.Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie lound.
together with pocket emery hoard, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, tiles and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet nrticles, in addi
tion to the Helie Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are disiensed. Cor
ner Main street and I'atton avenue.
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han
dles different, "you know."
from anyone else's.
Amateur Talent Manager-
want to go on tlie stage, eh r
Mrs. Daisy "Yes, sir; 'twould be my
"Well, pardon me. madam, but is there
any little romance in vour life thnf arr
could make use of?"
'Well, some what. I ooisoned turn
To DlHpel ColdM,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to a healthv artivitv
without irritating or weakening them,
use Syrup of Figs, j
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION--
In that fine lot of iKNCMSH HKIUI.KS and
THRBB-HORN CHAMOIS SBAT SAIlIU.I-S
J. I. ALEXANDER'S
And the low prices at which he is scllinK all
Koods in hiH line.
He has inereaard hi force and intends to
meet the demand.
no longer necessary; so
come on, you shall be po
litely served, without de
lay, and sent away with
(iEO.T. JONES & CO.
Business at the "Uig
creased so imicli within
the piist t wo weeks,(since
the opening- of our im
mense new stock) tlmt we
have not hatl time to
write it suitable iidver-
tisemcnt for this column.
Meals at all Hour. Electric
Cars Pass the Door.
I take pleasure in nnnnuiicinK the Ovster
Season of IKSH-'tMl has uiiened, and my long
experience in the business justifies me in
assuring the public that I can please and sat
isfy all customers. I will serve oysters in the
best style, and drnlinn only with reliable
bouses, can offer the finest bivalves cm the
market. Try our
Or Pan Ktmnt. Huston Bny Stewxaspccialtv.
('.rent enre will tc taken with all ouKth I
sc'l only the finest nnd freshest oysters that
can be had. I receive shipments direct from
packers every afternoon. Charts reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all time. Special Attention Riven to lady
customers. I'ntite and attentive waiters.
Hoard liy day. week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STRAI NS, Prop'rM
South Main Street.
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Dank of Asheville.
ASHIJVII.LB. N. C.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R, CO,
Westers North Carolina Division.
PASSENGER TRAIN 8CH1JDULB
UN EHFKCT SSJPT. 2(1 1
7Bth Meridian time used when not otherwiu,
ft AST ROUND.
Represent the following companies, vis. :
PIKK. CASH AS8KTS IN t. S.
Anglo iscvana, oi lamoriiiH (...niiCi.! i
I 'mi I,,,.., 1 ,i I V,.u. Vr,l 4 H7fVfiyM 1
London Assuraner, of Enulaud
Niagara, ol" New York
Orient, of Hartford
Pmtrnix. of ltrooklvn
St. I'aul Fire anil Murine, of Min
Southern, of New Orleans
Western, ot Toronto
Mutual Aeeident Asoeiation.
tna Life Insurunec Coinpnny.
NEW IIOI'SH! NEWLY FURNISHED I
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
A large house. 31H Patton avenue. Warm.
eonifortiible rooms. On street car line.
oi-tN ilflm .MRS. J. L. SMATHERS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON"
Has removed to the Johnston Huildinx, I'ntS
ton avenue, comer of Church street, where
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
hoarders. Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Termsreaionnble. mnr31m6
J. W. SCHARTLE,
4 N. Main St.
FAMILYGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reenis Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . Asheville, N. C.
fell I fid Iv
WM. R, PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
A.MlicvUlc, IV. C.
P. O. Rox P.
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR SALE !
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania County.
One of the finest nnd best located farms in
Wet-tern N. C, r miles from the thriving town
of Ilrevard. the county sent of this. Trunsyl
vnnia county. The buildings are all in good
repair, consisting of a large two story dwell
ing house, with 13 rooms, enrriage house, ice
house, and. in fact, all necessary outbuildings.
Storage room for -'"! tons of hay and sta
bling for lot) head of cattle A very subst !!
tial anil convenient mule stuble, with accom
modation for 1(1 mult-s.
This farm contains S3II acres, of which 300
acres are bottom, lying on the l-rench Itrond
river, and in a very high state of cultivation.
1 HI acres of this is well set in meadow red
toil or herds grass, of the remaining r30
acres, loo acres arc hi upland pasture finely
set with a mixture of grasses. Plenty of
handsome oaks for shade in pasture land.
Bright running strenmsof purewaterineverv
field. The rcntai der is in woodland, with
all the different varieties of timber locust,
chestnut, oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches and postothee. Daity
mail. Fifteen miles from lleildcrsonvitle anil
25 mites from Asheville. nnd on or very n"ar
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, Ashe
ville anil Hultimore railroad.
No such farm for itssiaecan be found in this
State or oily other Stale, for value, beauty
nn! desirability every way.
For price and particulars apply to or ad
Nntt Atkinson & Son,
Asheville, N. C.
P. S. Also two other small but very desir
able tracts nenr by nt low figures,
oct to dtl
Lv. Kno ville,
' New York,
1 2Bpm I 81 Oum
9 41pm I 134pm
4 20am .6 43pm
B32nm 1 1020pm
3 30pm 5 lnam
3 1 0pm
1 2 20pm
1 1 24nm
Lv. New York,
" Danville, 840pm Solium F
11 00 m
No. r.B I
1 2 45am 1 1 1 25nm I
7 23am I 4 3(Spm
2 10pm I 850poj
A. S. R. R. I
(105 nmlLv. Asheville "'
9511 am Ar. Hendersonvtlle,
1220 pni" Spartanburg,
I No. 54
Arr.j 700 p m
" I 07 p m
Lv.l 3 411 p m
No. IS I l Daily except Sunday. No. if
9 1 0 a m
5 4S p mi
1 fto p in
TOO a ni
Sleeping Car Service.
Nos. no mid 51. Pullman Sleeiieni lietwecn
Greensboro and Morristown.
Nos. 52 ant. 53, Pullman Parlor Cam lie
twetn Salisbury and Knoxville, and Pullman
S eeiurs between Salisbury and Washington.
W. A. WIND! RN, !. P A.,
Asheville, N. C.
JAS. L. TAYI.OR.C. p. A.,
Washington, D. C.
6ENERALC0NTRACT0R AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile nnd Cement work a specialty.
Grates, Ranges and Boilers set.
Buildings moved and repuired in first class
Sewerage, Drainage and tra lor the same
thoroughly understood and promptly nl-
Office: Wolfe Building, Court HouseSuunre.
Asheville, N. C. mavHOrilv
THUKB IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune,
BI T YOP CAN
AND Bl'V VOI R
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
FBF.D, KTC.. FROM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and College St.
Prices are cut down to suit the times, and
goods delivered free to any part of the city.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard Building.
School nnd Collcjw Text
Books, a full line. Poets, His
tory, Koniance, Uiogrttphy,
I ra vel and Aovels, 1-ainilv
Bibles, S, S. Bibles and Test
aments. Uxtom Teachers
Bibles, Song Books of all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
Hlank Books and Umce and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and (Jents' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
(ioods and Dolls,
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of designs justreccived. Large lot of
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on me before pur
chasing. Wareroom Wolfe Building, S. 13. Court
JV) THB PI'BLIC.
The undersigned mav rnH l
new building, one door west ul J. K. Wood
bury's stable, on College strest. They are
k'i'i iu munuiacture carnages, buggies
wagons, nnd anything else in their line. Re.
iiing anil norse-snoeing are specialties,
hev have srfltrrH th r.r ii......
ell, and would lie pleased to receive a libera!
j patronage. Natlslaction guaranteed.
juiouuiu DUKACI ib Ac HOWARD,
Real Estate for Sale.
The proKTty known fl thr "Mixxuiii Huh
pital property" lins hern 8uti(livn! intospk-n-
ttil ImiUtin: lots, ami i now nttt-rcil for tiiltv
I nrt-e ot these lotttlro.itSnuth.tipon Wooil
tin street. They are hv mot (U'siruhlr lots
und lire the Uiwest priced lots in town, when
you tuke into consult ration (heir local imi.ea-
Two IntN front on Charlotte street, and one
o these has a ' law, handsome old man
sion" upon it, surrounded liy licnutitul oak
trees. The house is worth more than isaskt d
for the place.
The other is n comer lot nnd is one of the
mot lieantilul unimproved lots in Asheville. I
What makes this proinrty imrti. ularlv de
sirable is its location upon the Line of the
ftireei kuii way, its neitmesti to ch u relic
schools, business, eU It is on the eleetrie
Unlit line, sewer line, gas line, etc. It is ntnr
me loneKe, auti is in one ol the best neih
horhoodB in the eity.
I his prnjK-ity has bem put into mv hunds
i" "en, cunerui private sale or public ituc
tion. Ad lots not sold hy the I'd of Decern
uir win oe soiu ny ire at tint time.
. S. WATSON,
Real FXate Agent.
PLCC STtAMCR. LOW RfTia.
Pour Trips pus Wk Betmvn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUN0
FottMkey.Pnult Ftp. Marie, and Lak
Hurtin W.T Ports.
ttwy Wek Daj Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
S. l,l ni,d.y THji. Aurin j Jim., July, A.iu.l kil StH t
Doubl Daily Ltiia Ba- ivsu
CHICXGO AND ST, JOSEPH, MJC.r..
O'JR Illustrated p :
Rsl.. .nd Ex.nirsl n Ticks s wUb-i
b.- vnur Tiok Airsiit.cn :i
I. B. V.'KITEO'in, G. P A.. !iht, f M
Optrjlt and Clsvalund Otctn ,av, c.u
All eyes fitted and fit Cnaranteed. A com
pletc stock of the above noons at
liRANT'S BRIG STORK,
a SOI'TH MAIN STKKIiT.
Oculiau' I'rescriptionii a siiecinltv.
Art AMERICAN, end tht BEST.
LGAOINCi BU8INE88 PENS.
Akd Noa. 76, 117, 1, Acum.
LEADING STUB PENS.
For gentlemen. A nerfect ihnr at mnH...
cot. Try a pair of our soecialtir. in a ,i.
nen'afootwear, at $5.00. $4..tMI. 3.so, $a.9
...uinim.i.1, Bvery pair warranted. Hi
amine oor apefHalties for ladiea at $4 CM)
f..w .V.iTi.-r V . ! eernea lor iom.
..V!'!' 2" h"vin' the oriKinnl M A. Packard
k Sno?- T jfenuine have our atamp
any part of the U. 8. on receipt of nn'ct. M
PACKARn a CO., Brockton, aaa? Pot
H. REDWOOD & CO.
angll deod Hmoa an we fri
FOR THIS WEEK
We arc Koing to offer aome real good Bar.
Kama in our line. Heavy Nickel and Braaa
Coach Hamesa. Hi Trace. Fnll Patmt
Leather Collar, $37.5(1, former price $45
Single Buggy Harneaa, Ilavie mounting $25,
nickel $17.50. In
For both ladiea anil gentlemen, we are going
to aell at New Vork prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig aeat. and Skirt, $40; next
quality $30; Men'a Imported Bngliah Tree,
nat aeat, $30, formerly $35. For Horae
Blankets and Whipa we are headquarters
run n nalelione Whip $1.50 to $2.50. Best
Buggy Whip in town for 75c. Oood Buggy
Cnshiona $1. Special prices in whipa to Liv
erymen in quantitiea. We bought our
Write to any of your friends in Marion,
N. C, and ask them what Mrs. Joe Per
son'f Remedy did for Mr. A. L. Finlcy.
1 acre of land on Beaver rim I .
oppontej S. Bnrnett'a. A fine aite for a auk
nrhan residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oaks, with beautiful
riewaof mountains and the city. A rare
chance to buy such a piece of land with nice
clear springs gushing from the hill. Terms
easy and price low.
.aiadtf - B08T,C.BLANTONCO.
........ me ranm rav. I UKUK and can
sell them cheaper than any ne in town. Bl
beron, all wool. In yellow and brown, 82i83,
$10 per pair, aold last year for $15; Fawn,
76iSO, solid colors, $8 per pair, sold for $10
laat aeaaon. We have them In all atylea and
prices to $2.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 . Main St.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
J" Main "treet, opposite the post-
-..,f!?lly tITEt. 8lays, from 10 a. m
antil 1 p. m., and S.SO until 7.30 o. m
$2?6e aJ'ao'0." .'"1 ?. -er
daily 3 eta. 1 " rao -oocu.;
t,i" ,Il?r'.'!?-rrc?!'lt. . Rawls-
' ' ti.m, .nanes W. Woolsev Sr anH
Htth: D" i Llbrtriiira j!
,L'"f "d Wtora are eordlalw lavlteel
Anh Nos. 118, an, oi Pen,
leadinq LEDGER PENS.
No. 99 t "W
AirD Nos. 101, 606, 030.
LEADING SCHOOL PEN8L
Anq No. 833. 444. i
Tht (. frot. Cuttry C., Ktridtn. Conn.
Heel Pens, Ink Erasers and docket Cutlery.
FOR SALK AT -
J. N. IflorKau'H Book Store.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 8.23 a. in. Hnding 10.3O p. m.
Car leaves Square lor Depot every houruml
Car leavea Snunrt. r.,r iil.. v
after each hour.
Car le.ivea Squarntcir Di.ubledav 7minutea
after each hall hour.
Car leaves Hoot for r.. t ,.
fore each hour and half hour
Car leivca Melke'a for Square 7 minutes lie.
lore each half hour.
Car leaves lloubleday for Square 7 minutes
before ea, h hour.
Paaaenifera from rin,,lVHav r... ,1.11....
and vice veraa, transfer nt Company- yard."
Huggage 25 centa fur each piece carried on
Waiting Room for Ladiea at Meaara. Her
ring Ai Weaver's. No. 30 Put., iv...,
Oliserve silrna on outalrlp t . ar ft.w it.
Train car meeta each train.
One valine allowed each naaaenn-r n. ,,n..
enger ear. '
THBASHBVILI.B STREET RV. CO.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
3B1 CHESTNUT ST.
Fall term hcirina Sent "y-v - .
taction in Knglish. French, Music and CaU
iathenies l.y experienced teachers.
KnsHtih and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. o French Broad Avenue,
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
For many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Aasisted by a corps of compentent teachers.
The course of instruction includes th,.i
English branches wit French anri i ....
Extras Music, German. Art Needle Work,
Painting on China, Dancing and Riding.
Special attention given to the trainln. r
tittle girto. angldo
Sealed pronoaals will he ni,.i r
witaJ ' " " for the sue-
head of Siirinrrw h via tu- j ..
Mm ? Mh1,: tn" by way of Mara
: - . , , " muj nne, at tne nead or
ivy, until 12 o'clock noon, November . 188
u. B. HIII.COM BB,
fciai??' . . .H'?,,t- of Ueena, Madison eoontr.
anaranau, M. c., KU 13. S. dtaor.
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