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fkihay. noyi-mui-r s, lssst.
This year of our Lord, eighteen hun
dred ami eighty-nine, is made memorable
by the centennial celebration of ushering
upon the stage of the world two nations
under new principles of government. Re
publics in name hail existed bclorc; lot
monarchy and despotism had over am!
again wearied the patience of men and
taxed their forbearance beyond endur
ance. Hut in the nominal republics sub
stituted for discarded tortus, the voice oi
the people was as little heeded, thcit
rights and their grievances as little con
sidered as miller their accustomed forms
of oppression. Privileged classes tun'
oligarchic combinations succeeded to ali
the powers and immunities that luu:
been wrested from kings; and the bur
dens of tyranny were not lightened be
cause they had been transferred to othci
The principles which underlaid tin
American and French revolutions had
dill'crcnt origin. With the former then
was inherent instinct I'm iVeciuslittitions.
an intolcnce of personal government, an
earnest purpose for participation in pub
lic affairs, u tierce demand for constitu
tional limitations, a fixed resolution t
exact, maintain and defend them, am,
step by step to wrest from the original
source of power more and more of pi hi
lege ami power for the people, and tena
ciously to hold on to whatever was
gained. The contests ol the parliament
with Charles I, ending in his overthrow
and that of monarchy , led very nearly ii
to the establishment of a republic in
Knglnnd, postponed to a far future be
cause the whole nation was unready tin
the change, and because religious bigotrt
and intolerance, and the lerociotisdespot
ism of military rule presented republican
ism in a phase hardly less amiable or tol
erable than the monarchy it had super
seded. Hut there were good seeds among
the rubbish and the ruins. Transplanted
to America, they germinated and flour
ished in the isolation of the wililcrniss.
when there was the amplest personal lib
erty of action, full freedom of thought
and speech, and practical experience 01
what man is capable of doing with lh-.
responsibilities of self government. Lib
erty had its full training when il grew
unrestricted; and when the American
constitution was adopted, and tin
wheels ol government set in motion, the
machine moved oil' with steadiness, with
harmony in all its movements, and
strength proportioned to the burden Ian!
upon it. ( ine hundred years has proved
the skill and wisdom ol the structure,
and another hundred years may find it
still unimpaired, and going on to increase
in strength and grandeur.
The French revolution was the work
of the philosophers, the outgrowth ol
disbelief in everything, the experience oi
the worthlcssness of royally, a fanciful
recognition of theabslraet rights of man.
There was no anticipation of the fright
ful cataclysm which was to overthrow
not only thrones, but society, which
hurled the philosopher into the dust, and
raised the pauper to the seats of counsel,
which cost the careless and scoffing aris
tocrat his place and head, and let the
plebeian put his foot on the neck of ty
rants. For the French revolution there
had been no schooling in the science ol
government, no training in those princi
ples which gradually develop individual
and national liberties, and break one by
one the weapons of oppression. It was
a sudden bound out of the dcpt'is of ty
ranny into the blaze of frantic license.
The people were ready for this change,
and only this. They had drank to the
dregs all the bitterness of human mis
ery, of denial of all the rights of citizen
ship, of the burdens of heavy and une
qual taxation, of enforced military ser
vice for the costly, ambitious, unneces
sary wars of their sovereigns, of the cruel
ties, insolence and oppression of the priv
ileged classes, of the diafear turned to
all their eowplaints for relief or redress.
The success of the American colonists in
throwing off the liritish yoke, and the
participation of the French themselves
in that achievement, not only infused
some new ideas of liberty but courage
and desperation to effect their own liber
The year ITS'.) is notable for the meet
ing of the Slates General, and the de
struction of the Bastile; the first declar
atory of the right of the people to meet
and decide upon theconduet of their own
affairs, the second a decisive assertion of
popular power to overthrow and oblit
erate the emblem of despotic power
which had menaced them ami reminded
them for four hundred years of their help
With these two events began the era,
the centennial of which France has lately
celebrated with hope and gracefulness.
For while the contemporary American
celebration the growth, the strength, the
beneficence, the permanency of republican
institutions, France must lie painfully re
minded that her first stage in free gov
ernment was passed through horrors the
world has rarely experienced, society and
all its cherished and sacred institutions
drowned in blood, the continent of Eu
rope enveloped in the conflagration of
universal war, and peace nnd order only
restored by welcome return to a more
formidable despotism than bad been
overthrown. And if France now claims
the name of republic, it is in such un-
stable form nnd guise tis to be mimed as
bitter wrong in contrast with tne name
which with ns is connectetl with all that
is stroii);, stable, happy, prosperous and
This able statesman is making for him
self a reputation, anion); the fair-minded
people of Virginia, that will give him a
bright page in the history of that State.
The intensity of the hate, and the malig
nancy of the utterances of the aristocrats
tvho have so long governed Yiiginia,
have oulv served to make him a popular
So remarks the lleudcrsonvillc Times,
and accompanies it with sundry prophe
sies which in the light of recent events
appear somewhat rash to say the least
of it. Without taking issue with out
neighbor as to Mr. Mabone's states
manship we merely suggest that we
have no burning desire to emulate his
position as a popular idol.
Ir. Ten llrorck Reported Insane.
A San Francisco dispatch states that !
in the superior court room in Kedwood;
City Saturday there sat an old man I
whose form was bent with the weight of 1
loin score t ears, his hair as white as llie
d riven snow and his face marked with
the furrows of lime. It was Mr. Richard
fen Hroeck, the once famous horseman,
w hose name is familiar to the sporting
iratcrnity of both continents, lie was
lieiug examined by a commission ol
uiiacv. Ten Hroeck resides at San Mateo
with "his family. He married his present
wile, a handsome middle aged lady, in
Kentucky, twelve yea is ago. For some
months he is shown indications id a
Icrangcd mind, and has labored under
In- i in i iri-ssii in that his wife is trying to
m him. and that sh
.gents to kidnap him in
nay scenic his properly.
order that sue
To secure hiin-
-, li n'kainsi these una
iinarv attacks nc
'jeeps' a small arsenal ol knives and
pistols in his room. His wile testified
that he has threatened to kill her. Ten
Hroeck testified in his own behalf, and
his actions were far from resembling
.hose of one who was insane, although
old age had undoubtedly rendered him
somewhat erratic in .nanncr. Thcreport
of the commission was withheld until
Sovember H. In the meantime Mrs.
l'cn Hroeck filed a petition asking the
court to appoint a guardian for her hus
band. Iir. Ilucklcv. of San Francisco,
est ilied that Ten Hiocck is insane. In
1-vss. dispatches were primal in mi 1..111
loruin announcing that Ten Hroeck was
insane at Moitly I'.irk. in that State.
He had been an'aidcnl and aggressive
turfman, and in l-oil invaded F.nglnnd
with a stable of American race horses.
His stable's defeat at (".oodwood. in
lsr7, and Prioress's success in the sub
seipienl race for the t't s.-m w iu h handi
cap, after a dead heal by three, arc mat
ters til turf histurv.
Deprived ol' HIm I'omiC ol Fles.li.
There w;is an intcre-tingscene in Judge
fulhiU's conn in Uikcl:" a li w days
igo. Asbiun 1..I.UU-. an unfortunate
man who. with a win and seven hungry
children, had ken sent to prison by a
magistrate for his inability to pay a
butcher's bill of Sod. Lazarus sought
relief bv habeas corpus proceedings Ile
um. Itu'lge Tutinli and he was promptly
released. The judge was very severe on
the nuorucv who attempted to prevent
the luckless debtor lioin gaining his
.ncdoni. Addressing that attorney,
ludgc Tulhdl said. "I don't want to
near a word from you. sir. Your clients
night to be principled against criminally
is well as civilly. This is an outrage,
and the process o"l the courts cannot bi
ased for an'- such purpose!" The ut-
lorncv hung his head abashed as the
debtor, who had previously declared to
the judge that the earthly possessions ol
himself and family consisted ol the
clothes they wore on their backs, left the
court room, accompanied by Ins weeping
w ile and five of hi.; seven children.
The Neitro in tlie iortli.
Ill a review ol a recent book on the race
problim the New York lleraldsaysthat
the social cipialily of blacks and w hites
is unheard of in the North, even in republi
The Herald clinches the matter by say
ing: "The whites don't want it. anil the
blacks won't have it. Any while person
who advocates it here is ipiiellv ignored
as an irredeemable crank, and the South
van afford to keep cool and follow the
Northern example regarding the deadest
of dead issues."
Our contemporary knows what it is
talking about. The negroes in the North
oecupv the position of an inferior race,
itist as thev do here. Whether they
speak out alter the fashion of the Herald,
or keep silence, the Northern ieoplc are
in favor of white domination.
"The New buglnnd farmers," says the
Albanv. X. Y.. Argus, "do not get ntich
out of nrotection. A recent advertise
ment in the Springfield Republican
oilers a farm of one hundred and filly
acres, with dwelling house, barns,
sheds, etc., for Ssf0." The unfortunate
and strange feature of their case is. how
ever, that the New Ungland farmers do
not get even the plainest lesson of "pro
tection" out of their cxienence with it.
They sell their farms near the manu
facturing towns at home, move west to
Iowa and liakota. and there vote for a
high tarilf! Thev have been told all their
lives that the protective policy is main
tained for their benefit, and thev hold to
it stoutly hoping, apparently, that their
grandchildren at least will come in lorn
share of the spoils.
Talking of typographical errors, the
Hurlington I Vt.l I'rce Tress does not re
memlier seeing n more horrible sHciincn
of this class of blunders than one which
appeared in a Massachusetts paper not
long ago. At the close ot an extemied
and highly eulogistic notice of a deceased
lawver the reporter wished to say that
"the hodv was laken to Hull lor inter
ment, where reposed the remains of other
members of the family. By mistake a
letter "e" was substituted for the "u" in
Hull, changing the sense of the sentence
to such a degree that no extra copies of
that issue of the paper were ordered Dy
the family of the dead lawyer.
Dr. Parker l'rays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now liecoine the ladies' favorites
at F. L. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found
together with pocket emery board, or
inge wood sticks, nail scissors, files and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Helie Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and Patton avenue.
"Whv. my watch has stopped!"
marked Mr". Stavlate. "The clock has
stopped, too," added Miss Irene. "Then
I'll stop awhile longer myself."
To DlHpel CoIdH,
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 tne
kidneys and liver to a healthy activity,
without irritating or weakening them,
use Syrup of Figs.
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
Ati'iiiii we call your sptvial
nt trillion to tiV colobrntort
Morrow Shoos, which have
stood the test ftr many .years
for Ih'UAiiiLiTY. for Kxckl-
LF.NCK OF STYI.K, tol'C)M 1'OlfT
and Exactness of Kit, being
equal in quality, style and tit
to any 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.
We 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. with the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on occasions.
A full line of DRY HOODS.
Hats and Clothingalwayson
hand at astonishingly low
liostie Kros. & Wright
BOOKS A?SI STATIONARY,
KNiilNliKKS' SI Tl'UliS.
I'lCTt Ki:S ASH I-'KAMIIS,
IMM.l.S. TOYS AN! CAM lis.
Wl.STl.UN is. c. ci:iK!,
HUTU I'HiiTOl'.KAI'llIC ANH HA.'
22 8. Main Street.
If you want a good I'ln
brella that is warranted not
to CRACK call nn
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han
dles different, ''you know."
from anyone else's.
FOR SALE !
50-HORSli BOILER AND KNtUNIi,
POWER MOKT1SER AND UORHK,
FOOT POWER MORT1SUR,
OAK, ASH, WALNt'T, CHERRY, I'll
AND POPLAR LUMBER,
NEW HERRING SAFE.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHEVII.LE, N. C.
ept:2 d&w 2m
Mr. C. Pittman, Black Creek, . C.
had a had sore leg, caused by a wound
received during the war, and which had
been sore ever since. He was cured by
using Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy and
iW P 5 CD
business fit the "I?ig
Racket Store" has in
creased so much within
the past two weeks, (since
the opening of our im
mense new stock) that we
have not had time to
write a suitable adver
tisement for this column.
Will naine some goods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And srll at prices guar
anteed to be the lowest
in town. Having' a force
of salesmen and sales-ladies,
the tedious waits
that our patient patrons
have had to endure are
no longer necessary; so
come on, you shall be po
litely served, without de
lay, and sent away with
GEO. T. JONES & CO.
Oystcr Oy Parlor.
Meals at all Hour. KU-ctric
Cars Pass tlie oor.
I tnke nltnsiir.- in :iniii)iiiuiiiK the Oyster
Season nf 1 SMl-'no lm ik-iuiI. uml my
experience in tlie liniiies justifies me in
nssurinK the mil.lie that I can please anil sat
isfy all eiistuim rs. I will nerve oysters in the
best style, anil ilealiiiR imly with reliable
himses, can oner the finest hivnlves on the
market. Try our
Or Tan Roast. Boston Hay Stews a spei ialty.
('rent care will be taken with all orders I
scM only the finest mill freshest oysters that
can be hnt. 1 receive shipments direct from
packers every Hftcmoon. Charges reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC,
At all tiiin-s. Special attention K'ven to lady
customers Polite and attentive waiters.
Hoard by day, week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want tht best the market
affords call on
K. STR AI NS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
Sl:W UDISK! NKWl.N I'CKNISHKM
AM. MOIH-KX IMI'Ki'YI-MlCNTS.
MRS. N. It. ATKIJSSON.
No I'll Haywood Street.
juu2'J ill v
A IntKC house. Mis rutlonuyenue. Warm,
comfortable rooms. ( n street ear line.
octKiHim MKS.J. I.. SMATH1-KS.
M US. K. STliV EXSON
Has removed to the Johnston HuildinK. Put?
ton avenue, corner ot Church street, where
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
hoarders. Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Term reasonable ni'ir 31tnfi
J. W. SCIIARTLE,
42 N. Main St
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
AKi-nt for Keems Creek Woolen Mills.
Asheville, N. C.
WM. R, PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
I. . Ilox I'.
GENERALCONTRAGTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Grates, Ranges and Hoilcrs set.
Buildings moved anil repaired in first class
Sewerage. Drainage ami tra)w t'oj the same
thorouKhly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe UuildiitK, Court II oust Square,
Asheville, N. C. imtyHndly
TIIKKB IS Nil
Royal Road to Fortune,
HI T VIM- CAN
AMI HI V YOI H
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
IMiKll. liTC. I'KOM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and College Sts.
Prices are cut down to suit the times, and
goods delivered free to any part of the city.
JV) THK PriiLIC.
The undersized may be found in Shank's
new nuilthnK, one door west ot j. r. ooir
bury's stable, on CoIU-kc strest. They are
prepared to manmacture cnrriaKt's, nuRKies,
wagons, nnd anything else in their line. Ke
pairing and horseshoeitiK are specialties
Thev have secured the services of Henry Pow
ell, and would be pleased to receive a liberal
share of patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed
jul3 dfim Ul'KNBTTK & HOWAKU. .
For gentlemen. A perfect shoe at a moderate
coat. Trr a pair ot our specialties in gent'e
men'tfootwear. at$fl.OO. $.oo. $3.f(. $2.99,
$2. SO and $2.(H). Every pair warranted. Ex
amine our specialties tor lames at .uu.
$2.99, $2.0 and $2.00, unexcelled for com
fort, durability and style.
Insist on having the original M A. Packard
th Co.'s Shoes. The genuine have our stamp
on bottom of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
any part of the I. S. on receipt of price. M.
A. PACKARD & CO., Brockton, Mass. Por
sale in Asheville by
H. REDWOOU & CO.
augll deod rmoi au we fri
14 acres of laml on Beaver Dam road, just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A fine site for a sub
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oak, with beautiful
views of 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.
BuSTIC, HUSTON ACO.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
Kail term Wli Sept. Sr.. Thoronnh In. j
str etion ii, l!nh. I1,. " -'"-istlu-llics
by cxpi rienceil te.nh.rs.
Sep 7 d.'lill . - - i
KnjfHstli and French j
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,!
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 0 I'rriuh llionil Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN IKIAITLAN1), PRINCIPAL
( For many years Associate rrineipul of Mt.
Vernon Institute. Italtnnore. I
Assisted by a corps otj-onipentent teachers.
The course of instruction includes the muni
l-ncjish branches with I'tvneh and Latm.
Extrns-Miiie. Herman. Art Needle Work,
raintiim on l lim.-i. I'linrini: and KiiliitK-
Special attention then to the trniniilR n(
little ecirls. ""K1 ,Hm
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard Building.
N-liool inid ColiVfjt' Text
Hooks, ii full line. Torts, His
tory. llonmiHV, HiosiTiipliy,
Tr.ivcl mikI Novels. Family
liiliW S. S. Hibles nnd 'lVst-
iiinciits, Oxford Toiicliors'
Hibles. Son- Hooks of nil
kinds, largest oek Miit ioiht.v.
I'.liink Hooks iind OHice find
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and (ients' I'ocket
books just opened. Fancy
(ioods and Polls.
Street Car Schedule.
IleniniiinK at x.-'.l a. in. KmliiiR 10.30 p ni
Car leaves Square lor l'cpot every hour ami
Car leaves Square lor Meihe s . niiuiiic
alter each hour.
Car le yes Square lor Poubleilny 7 minutes
after each hall hour.
Car leaves Pepol lor Square 7. minutes bc
t'ore each hour anil halt hour.
Car leaves Mclke's lor Square 7 minutes be
fore each half hour.
Car leaves lioubleday for Square 7 minutes
before ea. h hour. t
I'asseiietrs from lioubleday lor Melke s.
,,.,.1 . i.-i. ti-.'oisfer at Coiui.auv's van!.
Hae.euec .1 cents for each piece carried oil ,
WaitillK Koom for I.ailtes at Messrs. llcr
riiiK Weaver's. No. :l'.i I'nLon avenue.
observe sijjns on outside ot cai b rils des
tination. Tiain car meets each train.
one valisf allowed each passeneer on pass
Tin-: ash i: 11.1.1; stkiskt k. cu.
Steal Kstate for Sale.
' The pruperiv known as the " Mission Hos
! pita! property' has been suhdived iniosplen
1 tlid IniildiiiL' lots, and is now o tiered lor sale.
Three of i iuse lotstmnt South, upon Wood
I fin street. Thev are the most desirahle lots
! and are the lowest priced lots ia town, when
vou take in t" consideration t heir location, eic.
Tw o lots trout on Chtirlot te strei t, and one
of these has a "larjj haiidsoine old man
sion" upon it, surrounded by tieaittilul oak
trees. 'I he house is worth more than is asked
lor the place. ,
The other is a corner lot and is one oi the
ino-.t tieamitul unimprovtd lots in Asheville.
What makes this property particularly de
sirable is its locution upon the I. ine of the
Street Kailwuv, its nearness to churches,
schools, business, etc. It is on the electric
liht line, sewer line, jras line, etc. It is near
the College, and is in one of the best neigh
borhoods in the city.
This propei ty has been put into my nunns
sell, either at private sale or public auc
tion. Ail lots not solil tiv tne -'ti oi ticcein
ber will be sold by me at that time.
IK S. WATSON,
Real Itatc Agent
Wc arc guiiin to ortt-r sonu- rt-ftl tcttnti Ilnr.
Bains in mir Ilnr. Hciivy Niiki'l anil llrass
Coaih IlnrniBB. H4 Trail-, Full I'atillt
l.cnlliiT Collar, $:i7."ill, tiirmrr priir $ l"i ;
SiilKli- Hiiuk.v llanuss, I la is inoiintiiiK $-.".
iiiikil jil7.r. In
Pot both ladies and gentlemen, we.are going
to sell at New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig scat, and Skirt, $; next
quality $:; Men's Imported ICnglish Tree,
flat seat, $:to, formerly $.'15. por Horse
Blankets and Whips wc are headquarters.
Pull Whalelione Whin to Sl!."iO. Best
Buggy Whip in town for 75c. tlood Buggy
Cushions $1. Social prices in whips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct from the M AM'PACTl'RliK and can
sell them cheaper than anv one in town. El
bcron, all wool, in yellow and brown, SUxHli,
$lo per pair, sold lust year for $15; Fawn,
70x80, solid colors, $8 per pair, sold for $10
last season. We have them in all styles anil
prices to $2.75 per pair.
These are sieciul prices for this week,
E. V. JONKS,
34 N. Main St.
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of designs just received. Large lotol
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on me before pur
chasing. Wareroom Wolfe Building, S. K. Court
THE LAKGliST AND BEST EmIPPKD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSI'LTlNO CIIBMIST AND MINIMI KNOINKKHft.
Analyses of Metnls, Ores, Coal or Coke, Min
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property investigated, developed,
bought and sold.
Samples can be sent by mail or express. If
sent by express, charges must be prepaid.
Agents wanted in every place.
DR. H. C. WOLTCRECK.
PITA CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
LI I V PHYSICIAN.
ll I II nttle of medicine Free. We war
I I I V rant our remedy to cure the worst
eases, and the only physicians whodo this to
prevent your being imposed upon by men
using false names and who are not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasor for not
using this medicine. Give Express and Post
office address. It costs you nothing. Addtess
Asa he I Medical Bureau, 291 Broadway, New
TAX NOTICE !
AH persons who have not paid their taxes
for IHM'.t must come in at once and do so, or
I they wilt surely have to pay cost. I am re-
i quired hy the law to settle on the first Mon
ilny in Jutumry, istrn. That I intend to do.
The property of those who do not pay their
Uix ly he
Iast of November
Will he lulve tisid mr sale on the 1st day of
Iteeeinber anil will Ik sold to pay the tax.
All purlins who have no prop- rty will be
garnishee! I at onee.
Come nr.tl wave trouble and eost.
I). I- Reynolds,
TO WEAK LIEU
Buffering from the oiTmU of youthful orrorm, early
decay, wanting woaknenn, lost manhood, etc., 1 will
end ft valuable treatim fiealfdi containing full
particular! for homo cure, FREE0 charge. A
splendid medical work ; ihould be read hy every
man who Is nerrouB and debilitated. Addreu,
Prof. F. C FOWLEH, Woodut, Conn
O T 1 C E M O K T t; AfiB S A L K .
Hy virtue of a niortKitRv nnd power of sale
executed to the undersigned bv Win. T. il
kins on the 17th dav ot November, HH7,
and registered in Hook 11, piie 543 in the
oilue tt KejiistiroI'lu-edHof Huneotn be county,
we wilt sell to the holiest bidder for ensh ut
the court house door, ill the City of Ashevillc
on Saturday. November :to, ni 12 o'clock,
five cert a n town l"ts in the City of Asheville
near Southside Avenue, and on McDowell
street, beiiiK lots Nos. 7, !. 15, Hi nml i0 of
tin Mclutwell ddttion to the City of Ashe
ville. For n more perfect description of same
reference is hereby made to said mortgage.
This the 3oth u.iv of tt tidier, i-ssit.
I, It. HOSTIC,
C. D. Hl.ANTOV,
nitvl dt ri C.UO. A. SHl'FOHII.
VOW SALE !
l-JKbt houses and lots on Southside u venue
and Hniley streits, ns a whole $,50O or sep
arately corn suondiiifily its cbiap, on eas
FOR HALK OR UtiNFTV
One House, ll.' rooms S'jo pt r month
h irt '
H " 15
7 " (Town Mti 10 "
ine l-arin of 5o aens, and N room hrick
hottse, ailjoininu Vnnderbilt property. SH,.
ooo, or $.'to per tuoath rent. Apply to
liny 7 dim Ken! Estate Healer.
All eye fitted nml til guaranteed. A com
pletc stock of the above goods at
(KANT'S DRl'i; STORK,
2S(H'TH MAIN 8TKUUT.
Oi-ulists' lrisi.-riitHns u sji,-i-iulty.
Plc Steamir. Low Btc
Four Trip, per Wnk Balmen
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Petoikpy, Bault 8ia. Mrt, aud Lake
Humu W.iy Ports.
Kvsry Week Day Bet was d
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
fwi-inl Miuday Tript during Jiiuf, July, Auiit mil
Doubln Daily Line Betw.en
CHICG0 AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
O'JR ILLUSTRATED PAVPHL'TA
Hale, nntl Ex'iunii II Tlcke'. will b fuTlel.-Ci
bv Tour Tlfk'" Airrut, rp . d -t . it
f . P. WHITC0MB. Q. P. A.. De TRniT . re. .. .
Os-.rjlt and Cleveland Steam Nnv. C-,
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR HACK I
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania Countv.
One of the finest and best located farms nt
Western N. L.. " mites fnnn the hriving town
of Hrevnnl. the enmity sent of this. Transyl
vanin"cotinty. Tlie buildings are (ill in good
repair, ctmsisting of n large two story dwell
ing house, with Ki rnnins. caninue house, ice
house, ami in fact, nil neeessury outbuildings.
Storage room for i?;o ton of Imv and Rt
bling lor lOU head of cuttle A very substan
tial and convenient mule stable, with accom
modation for lO mules.
This farm contains s30 acres, of which ;inij
acres are bottom, lying on the French Urond
river, and in a very" high state of cultivation,
lio acres of this is well se t in meadow red
top or herds grass, of the remaining fV.'hi
acres. 100 acres are in upla-id pasture finely
set with a mixture of grasses. Plenty of
handsome oaks for shade in pasture land.
Mtight running utreutnso- tune waterinevery
field. The remai der is iu woodland, with
all the diflerent varieties of timber locust,
chestnut, oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches and postoHicc. 1'nily
mail. Fifteen miles from liendersonville and
US miles from Asheville. and on or very m ar
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, Ashe
ville nnd Baltimore railroad.
No such farm for its size can be found in this
State or any other State, for value, beauty
anil desirability every way.
For 11 rice and particulars apply to or ad
dress TCatt Atkinson &. Son,
Asheville, N. C.
P. S. Also two other smull but very desir
able tracts near by at low figures.
FIUE. LIFE. ACCIDENT
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Bank of Asheville.
ASHBVILLB, N. C
Represent the following companies, vis,
P1HK. CASH A8SKTS IN
Anglo Nevada, of California, $2,497,
Continental, of New Yord 4-.H7S,
1 1 amburg-Uremen, of Germany 1 ,1 29,
London Assurance, of England 1,543,
-mgnra, oi rew vorK
Orient, of Hartford
Phoenix, of Brooklyn
St. Paul Fire and Marine, of Min
nesota Southern, of New Orleans
Western, ot Toronto
Mutual Accident Association.
Ktna Life Insurance Company.
Sealed proposals will be received from sur
veyors and engineers at this office for the sur
veying of a roud rom the county line, at the
head of Spring creek, via Big and Little Pine
creeks to Murshall; thence by way of Mars.
Hill to Yancey county line, at the head .
Ivy, until 12 o'clock noon, November 4, 1889
O. B. HOLCOMBK.
Register of Ieeds, Madison countv.
Marshall, N. C, Oct. 12, '89. dtnovi