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THE DAI1.V CITIZEN.
The Citiikh la the moiit extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper in Western
Its discussion of public men and measures
Is in the interest of public integrity, honest
government, and prosperous indiis.ry, and it
knows no personal allegiance in treating pub
lic issues. , .
The Citizen pnhlishes the dispatches of tne
Associated Press, which now covers the
whole world in its scone. It hns other fnciu-
wood dressing establislimcnts, a spoke
and handle factory, etc.
The educational wants arc well sup
plied. The Methodist Female College,
with fine buildings and ample grounds is
in flourishing condition. The graded
schools for whites and colored are ad
mirably successful, and there is a negro
Ti. . f .h...,i inumAlism for gathering ,.n,.,.e nnrtlv sustained by northern aid
news from all quarters, with everything care- ..... " ,,.,,11
hilly edited to occupv the smallest space. which IS doing will.
Specimen copies of any edition will be sent There are two leading hotels here, the
ree to any one sending tneir Hourly. 1 1,1. .....11
TEKUS-?I)ailv.ti for one year; $a for six ,w..1)ow nml the McAdoo, both well
&lJ&0Iikn. Of the former we can speak of
ZZllti X"-kdge. One admirable lea-
fice. , ture it possesses: all its rich sweet butter
"Z'trX? and its abundant snpolics of milk and
transient auverusemcniu niuMi uc yam
PUar1intr tintlffR ten CCtltS TH'l lint'. Ollittl-
arv, marriage nnd society notki-s tifty cent
each (not exceeding ten lines) or hlty cents
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1889.
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION. EVERY DAY.
A few hours spent in this beautiful and
prosperous place a day or two since, and
our own observations enlightened by the
,mi ..(lines Irom Mr. liennow s uairj
. i ..i.,.. ..ii i,: c,
fann near the city, ami ais to. " ni'
lilies of meat, beel, mutton and pork, his
noultrv. his fruits and his vegetables.
this establishment we wish to speak oi
another time; asalso of auotherindtistry
peculiar to the vicinity of Greensboro
the nursery business. At present we
must defer it.
Greensboro has a population of about
kind interest ot Irtcnds, suggest the suai - -i()(l0) . (s evidently increasing
1 :,1, r- m.nUe snilli' lit' tile l)le;iS- ' '
h . . ..... tl. FOHL THK HOSPI
ure and interest we enjoyeu. '
. . . ..r i ......... :,, .he fri'h-
18 a source oi rem eu u mwifc .... ... i
",l - ' . v ,l.iili w i h n casuie an appeal ol
ness, brightness, beauty aim anim.uii... ,- - . ,,ti,.,,,i
' h . ' .... ... ,- .i. .i ,1, iI.p hosii ta to be remembered on lhank
that Drevacles a town, wine.., m.-.. , .
nuiteo d seems to have.lrawn vitality giving day. It seems to us a beaut, u.
H the fountain of ,.r,.tual youth; -torn that all classes o. ourcominimity
and except from the size of the shade should unite on tins one day m th .
treesandthe maturity of shrubbery and in remembenng h,s noble mstitut .
IT.:..,.,.. .,h tl..w,r ...r.lcns. bears Dependent as the hospital is upon volun-
UHlll.ll. m,v,i..- r. - t..,,t 1 IB 11
nto be- tary coniriiuuiuns n
el to us how the ladies manage
the impress of a new town called in!
., i: i Tlit. mnrvc
mgoyraurouumipu,, ............ .... .,,,.., anneals
to the light clean viiuoui '.' 'f. -
Their commendalilc cilorts not to ,in
freshness is largely due
a . l,:,.l, ,...il,.,..c htn'c in SMtteiled tone
the brilliancy of the suu.ight; and tlu the hospital to become ,'ur,kJ,1s'"!"
j . . .i,' ;, ,,.erve. liiends should be recognized In a lie.utv.
OliruV II1IU III J. ncnp vji w.v i ,,
the paint with whicn every house is whole-souled, generous response on this
adorned in all its lively cheerfulness. occasion.
Greensboro is not a new town.rela- Let the county people not a low th
tiv.lv .peaking, by any means, though Asheville folk a monopoly m tins good
postVevolutionarvinits selection as tlu work. Let us see the larmers ol Hun-
r .... . .I,- ,.,.. .lit- lmw what thev ean do.
county seat. U..llord com, y w..s .,,,,
.stablishmcnt. Let your names lie pin
on vour tilts that the good ladies may
see that you sympathize and join will',
them in the good work.
While at the hospital on last 1 hanks-
da v, we witnessed a scene
imnrrssed US. All old
: l .
vvi.niini. wnoni we iihium..
respectable, hard-working old soul, sup
porting her aged husband and herself by
honest toil, came in rather a breathless
her laded cotton frock and
I've been raising
here on Thanksgiviii;
i M...-t muv, p fiomit kome in yeiiLii-iiiv.., ,
creaicii in Hi", .'in' ............ . ,i..,.
six miles to the northeast the first seat tatoes. turnips, pump.- s. . ... .. .
..r c, ,; oln.-e was fouuh. meal, butter, eggs, poultry, ham, baton.
thnttle of Guilford. How long afteiK'tc. Anything and everythin:
.. ...i .1.,. ,-! ..f th. made uood use of in that wi ll manage!
liic war it naa m ...... ....
court house was made, we do not know ;
but it wasdone before thcend ofthe lSth
century, and the new town was named
in honor of Gen. .Nathaniel Greene, made
doubly honorable by his distinguished
prominence as the commander in chief ol
the Southern war, and as commander at
the battle of Guilford.
The town must have grown slowly;
for at the beginning ofthe late civil wai
it could not have numbered more thai.
tiw.tKK.iii! in inundation. But ii condition
was well known long before that as an thin shawl llutteriug m the keen Nove.n
educational centre, its schools, male ami '.erair, and going up to the matron she
female, being of high repute. It was slipped a bright ten cent piece ... her hand
known to the traveler as one ofthosi and whispered
t ,. f. i,t ii iilnees on the stati I .'hicken to brin
route-the only line of public travel-be- day tor six months, and I ve been run
tween Raleigh and Ashevillc-ilillsboro. niug that chicken all day, and it won tlet
Greensboro, Lexington, Salisbury, Mor- me catch it. bat I couldn't give up bnng-
. .1.. t.i.-iia in 1'XlSteilCt I MILT SollK't lllllg. .11111 lllls IS ill. i... ..........
along that long distance. In lSoC. tin
North Carolina railroad, passing b
Greensboro, was opened in its whoh
length from Goldsboro to Charlotte. It
was for years the only road ; and wink
making it more easily accessible, had lit
tle good influence upon its prosperity. In
truth it lost much of its trade from the
counties back of it, which was diverted
to High Point, a new creation of tin
It has now become an important rail
road centre. The extension of the Pied
mont road to Danville as a military ne
cessity during the war, led, subseipicnth
to its absorption bv the Kichmond and
Danville Railroad Company.
I've got. Just slip it in and don t tell
anybody. I must run back to my old
man." With that she was gone, leaving
the matron with tears in her eyes and
the bright little coin in her hand. May
we all have the spirit of this poor old
CHKAP WATHK IHIWKK,
The Columbia Register says:
The water power ol the Columbia Ca
nal will be rented at the rate o! $."i pel
horse power per annum. This is a rate
so low that it only rei pi ires comparison
with the charges' for Northern watei
powers to prove a great inducement to
the establishment of niaiuitacturing en
terprises here. The following table shows
and the that the Columbia Canal will lurnish wa
I .... -1 i.:...i , ....
,-.!... v...i. r-.,, ler power ai less man uiic-inu
lease ol tnat company u. me ... v... r.iU in ;lllv , thc ,,ri,K.j.
olina road, and its consolidation with j 111.l,nltaeUi,ing centres of the North,
the great through system made Greens- .! less than one-tenth of the highest
1 ;miinrl.int tioillt Oil that HltC.
V,.. .....a i...; , i- ;.,.,, Kates charged for water at vanon-
great.. i.e manufacturing points;
arterwanis carae uuuer tircuniuui ui
Aji';un wiM-all your special
attention to the celebrated
Morrow Shoes, which have
stood the test for many years
fur DntAItll.lTY. for EXCKL-
lknci: ok Stvlk, for Comi- OUT
and Exactnkss ov FiT.beiiis
.Minal ill fluidity, style iuul fit
to any Fine Shoes made.
Wecarrv tlie above Mioes
. .i i:ci' .mi
in several unieri -in "t, ! -.".
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
iii'iun 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
o-oods; it will not cost you a
We want you to call am
trade with us. with the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRY GOODS.
Hats and Clothinfjalwayson
hand at astonishingly low
Bostic Kros. & Wright
Business at the "Biff
Racket Store" has in-
Oyster ' Q Parlor.
Meals at all Hours. Klectric
Cars Pass tlie Moor.
I tnkt pleasure In announcing the Oyster
Season of l89-".,0 lias onencd, and my lonu
ri,n. in the business justifies me in
assurins the public that 1 can please ami sat
isfy all customers. 1 will serve oysters in the
i.... ..i .nd dealliiK only with reliable
houses, can offer the tmcst uivum
market. Try our
1 so much within
the past two weeks, (since
the opening of our im
mense new stock) that we
have not had time to
write ii suitable adver
tisement for this column.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
lifll CHESTNUT ST.
. . o,..,. an. ThnnntRh lil
Fnllterm h.Ri s SijU. - .. ic ,u tal-
str et.on .n "' " ,..h...
isthenics l.y exjKri.
sip , nam
KiiKlisli and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
N. 4-0 l-reiuh Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
Assisted by a corps ofeoi,.cntent teacher..
The course of instruction Include. t1.ctuttl
......ii-i, i..n.liis vvitli i reiien -"
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO,
Western North Carolina Division.
PASWWNrtKR TR ATM 8CHKDULB.
(IS Hfkkct Ski-t. 2t0
7fith Meridian lime used when not otherwise
fv. Kno ville,
Kiehniond, I 8 30pm
' New York.
1 05 pin
6 0()pm I
ii! 20pm 1 12 25am
7 10pm 53iim
8.rOpm S 2rnm
1 1 2(pm 107um
0 20iun ( 1 20pm
Kxtras Mnsie. f.ennan.
Art Needle Work,
PHintinff on China. PnnrttiK nm.
ven lo mi- I..........
Slieeinl ntlentioil (jiv
rPll.n Pnnat. RllStOn Bay WW I '
Great eare will lie- taken with nil orders I
sell only the finest and freshest oysters that
ean he had. 1 reeeive shipments cnreii ".
nnekers every afternoon. ChnrBes reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all time.. SiH-clal nttcntlon given to Inily
customers. Polite nnd attentive waiters.
Hoard by day. week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STRAVSS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
FIUE. LIFE. ACCIDENT
Will name xoine
NKW HOUSE! NEWLY Hl'RNISHl!1. 1
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. Pi. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the rtnnk of Asheville.
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
. New York, 1121. 'mm
I'hila., 7 20nm
WnshiiiBt'ii 1 1 anm
"Kkhinond 1300pm I 230nm
" Danville, 1 S4(lpm I ofluin
2 3lliim SOOpm
Y limi I lM'n
1 2 !Snm 111 2.ruim I
7 2anm 3Bpm
210pm I 8 S0im
A. & S. R. R. f' No. 54
Represent thc followinn emnimn.es. vii. .
, CASH ASSKTS IN r. B
Continentnl. ol New ord
London Assurance, of hiinlanu
Ninunra, of New York
Orient, of Hartford
1'h.enix. of lirooklyn... .,.....
St. Taul l'ire and Manne, ol Mill
Southern, ol New Orleall"
Western, ol Toronto
Mutual Accident Association.
.Ktna Life Insurance Company
"nori smn.v. Asheville. Arr. 700 pm
irviam Ar. Hendersonville, " 807 pm
1 m20tuii.. Spnrtnnlmrg. Lv.l 340 pm
Ml Kl'HY BRANCtL
A larce house. 31 8 Tatton avenue. . u ....
om.ortal"e rooms. On street ear line.
1 .S4 1 .001
No. 1H (bniiyeeei)t Satirtay.)
"uloanTl.y. Asheville. Ar
11 10 am Ar. Wnyncsville,
r.tHpm " larretfs
6 45 p m " Westlield, l.v
3 55 p m
1 55 p m
7 oo a m
r, 10 a in
Sleeping Car Service.
on the following seh.-.lule :
12 25piu Lv
1 5pml "
7 1 2i.ni I "
' 7No. 52
I 4 3fipm
Lv 11 OOpm
MRS. J. L. RMATHHRS.
"MRS. . STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston ""
ton avenue, corner of Church street, win"
sh? " prepared to keep r;Ku ar or transient
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Terms reasonable wnr.tlmO
J. W. SCHARTLE,
KiRht houses and lots on Southsi 'e avenue
and Itailev streets, as a whole $4.5oo or sep
nrately corr80oiuliui;ly .is cheap, on easy
FOR SALE OR RKNT.
One House, 12 rooms 20 per month
:: 5 - :::::::::::::: 15
.. 7 " (TowilMH !' . . ,
one Enrm of 50 acres, and S room brick
house, adioi.,inB Van.lerb, It propertj . $Ut.
oo, or $30 kt month rent. Ap, l to
J. N. Campbell,
-ov 7,11m Real Estate Dealer.
Real Kstate for Sale.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
KKl'.INEEKS' Sl TDLHvS,
I'lCTI KES AND I'RAMBS,
DOLLS, TOYS AND GAMES.
WK.TERM ?. C. SCKNE81
Hours per day
Rate per H.I
same company: and, instrumental m
speedily making an active and populous jSmct.r.ia
m-.,if;wt-iiriniT eitv out ot' the court Maiiaviink, Pa. ...24
house village Winston, acted forcibly LJ,"";,',;;.;;;;;; ii2
upon thc fortunes of Greensboro. Within J;:,-,".";,::!!!
.konnct two or three years have been Cohocs, N. Y m
r . ., , ," ill llolvoke, Mass..
added to its railroads the very valuable ,,1K.kI1rt, x. v..
. .t. r r 1 v.,,U-;, V-.II..V Kuehester. N. Y
line oi me v-ui-c e... - , ,
1 ins seeing on.. ....i
to 1 1 1 ,
to 1 lt
road with its south and northwest ex
tensions; and all converging in the very
centre ofthe town, give vivid evidence ol
the importance to which Greensboro has
attained. Of course we can only give a
The impression is an agreeable anil
somewhat novel one. The passenger
leaves his coach to find himself at once in
the midst of a finished architectural
effect rare in the vicinity of railroad de
sister citv should have all the factories
she can desire. While we cannot boast
such advantages in our immediate neigh
borhood. we have within a few mile:
water power of superior quality and we
hope to seethe day soon come when In
electric wires it will lie conveyed to our
doors and jierform all the labor that we
ean demand ol it.
In Martin eouiitv a ueuro cirl, Sadie
Pi ir,.t nneris north and south. Simpson, tell years old, followed tnree
V , i i :n, fi,. nei;ro bovs to a field. Thev ordered her
a fine broad avenue, once lined with fine , , . ,
elms, recently cut away to bring into full tusc( to 0Kyt sct ,()n hcr, knocked her
view the long lines of three story brick down, and beat her to death with sticks,
the arehitectuallv striking Mi- The murderers are Sam Simpson (Sadie's
.... i . T Lt, p i ,i brother I, Dan Sprout, anil Scott hproul
Adooand Benbow hotels, the Federal Voungest twelve, ihe oldest eighteen
and County court houses, and other fine They conless their guilt. All are in jail
public and private buildings, making
orth Elm street eauul in beauty to any Dr. Parker I'rays cream an-Ola, Kosa
; tu, s,t- The stores are unusually line, Ongalinc and Diamond nail po-.vde
nnH e.-mneious. surpassed no- having now become the ladies' favorites,
where, even by large cities, and this at F. L.Jacob's drug store, these popular
f.m the denot to the court house manicure articles may always lie lound
has been solidly and smoothly laid with together with pocket emery board, or
the Belgian pavement, while it is flanked ange wood sticks, nail scissors, hies and
with very broad sidewalks laid with other such requisites. Also a complete
i,,,rhr from Pavetteville. said to line of drugs and toilet articles, in aocn
be the best known for such purpose, tion to the Hebe Soda Fountain from
These streets, as also the public nnd pri- which ice cold dnnks are disused. .or-
vate houses are lighted with the arc elec- tier Main street ami ration acnuc.
trie light, and also with gas. A stand Mistress Here is a three-minute-and-a-
pipe is erected near the depot to supply half glass, Bridget; you may boil the
the city with water for all uses. Incase eggs with it. Bridget (five nutes
tnc J. . . , , . , . . later) The eggs is done, mum, but Oi
of fires dependence .shad m this water doubtabout the glass.
supply in connection witri a steam nre
engine, a substantial house for which, of
. , i ... i V ......1... ...I f K-
C aso UystemeVctua..y,yetgenUy. when cos-
ik.. ...M - -r-- Qr DIlou8i or wnen tne oiuuo in mi-
eludes one or more chemical engines. pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
An important business, somewhat new, habitual constipation, to a waken the
Animporamu , kidneys and liver to a heulthy activity,
is done in tobacco, about two and a hall witl);ut irritating or weakening them,
millions of dollars of leaf being annually use Syrup of Figs.
sow mere are tnree . Early customer-What's the price of
ana tnree piug la"""", coa, Beiated clerk Don't know yet.
buildings; and Beyel & Scott are just Haven't had time this morning to look
completing a very large four story build- at the thermometer,
ingforaleaf factory. There are many Aother invuice of Spellman's Derbies,
other manufacturing establishments in t. Mtest and nobbiest shape, equal to
the place including a stove factory, three the best makes at less price, only at the
22 S. Main Street.
If ,vou want a good Tni-
bivlla that is warranted not
to (.'HACK will on
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dles different, "you know,"
from anyone else's.
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And sell at prices guar
anteed to be the lowest
in town. Having a force
of salesmen and sales-hv
dies, 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
UEO. T. JONES & CO.
43 N. Main St.
Agent for Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
ARheville, N. C.
WM. R. PENNfMAN,
The nroiiertv known in tlie Mjwmin Hos-il-0
, ropiTtv" has been ,l..llved ii.toHplcn.
I,.', 1.1 i.K lot., and i now otlere.1 lor Hnle.
fin slnet. Thev ore the niot desiralile lots
J.,.;.. .1... i,,u.... i.ri.v.l lots in town, when
von take inloeiinmderntion their locntion.etc.
' Two lots from .... Charlotte street ..... ....e
of these lias a lnrKe, lia.ldsgine ol. man
si,. .' "upon it. snrronnd.-d l.y bentiti ill oak
trees. 1 lie nouse is .uhui
' The , ei s n enmer lot nnd is one of the
"t l.eni.lili.1 uniniproved lots ... AsheyiHe.
What makes .his p. .nrt.eu'ar Ij d e
siral.le is its location upon the Line ol the
Street Railway, its neariiess to ehuivhes
schools. Iiusinrss, etc. It is on the electr c
rl n irriK lltH' ftC. It IS DCHt
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aslievtlle, N. C.
P. O. Box P.
the Collene, and is in one of the best nelKH-
b J tv hari.een put into my hands
to sell, either at private snlc or publ.e 'e
tion All lots not sold by the lid ol leccm
her w ill be sold by nie at that tune.
. S. WATSON,
Real Estate Agent.
Close nnd sure connections mad, nt 'A asl-.
Inuton lor nil poinls in the North and l.sst
The Pullman Parlor Car now In "IK operated
between Salisbury nn.i Knoxvillc on these
trains ill be discontinued after the eon..
nicnc.mc.it o. me r-i, cpn.K -. ......
Nos .Mi mi. I .11. Milium. . hlceucis between
Orecnsboro and Morrlstow n
W. A. W1NBUKN. 1' 0 A ,
Asheville, N C,
IAS. 1.. TAYLOR. . 1'. A ,
WnshiUKton. I). C.
tax NoriciTi "
All persons who have not pni.ll their taxes
"for lXM'.l must come in at oner and do so, or
they will surely have to pay cost. 1 am re
quired by the luw to settle on thc first Mon
day in January. 1MU0. That I intend to do.
The property of those w ho do not pay their
tax by the
Last of November
Will be advertised lor sale on the 1st .lay 01
December and w ill be sold to pay the tax.
All person, who hove no prop.rty will be
nrnishced at once.
Come nnd save trouble nnd eost.
D. L.. Reynolds,
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work aspeeinlty.
Orates, Rnnjies nnd Iloilers set.
BuildinKs moved and repaired in first class
SewernKe, UrainnKc und trns for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe HuildiiiK. Court House Square,
Asheville, N. C. may.sodly
THKRE IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune,
BUT Vol' CAN
AND IU'Y YOl'R
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS
FEED. ETC., FROM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and Collcue Sts.
Prices are cut down to suit the times, and
goods delivered free to any part of the city.
To Dlnpel ColdH,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
FOR SALE !
50-HORSE BOILER AND ENGINE,
POWER MORTISER AND BORER,
FOOT POWER MORTISER,
OAK, ASH, WALNUT, CHERRY, PINE
AND POPLAR LUMBER,
NEW HERRING SAFE.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
septal d&w 2m
Gratitude is probably more sincere to
the deliverer from stubborn physical ail
ments than to any other human being.
It is the knocking off tlie chains that en
slave as well as gall. W. L. Whitfield, of
Monroe, Union county, N. C, is one of
those set free by Mrs. Joe ferson s rem
edy from a bondage of eight years to a
painful blood or skin eruption.
nro THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shank s
new buildinn, one aoor wesi j.
bury's stable, on College strest. They arc
preparea to manu.Hciu.v -1"-'
wagons, and anything else in their line. Re-
uinnK ana norsc-suoeiiiK c a. ....-
., I .,r,.H h riff-vices Of HenrV POW-
ell, and would tie pleased to reeeive a liberal
share of patronage, tsatisincoon s '
jula anni tti'Ri,r.i iiiw.
Wt ure going to offer some real good Bar
gains in our line. Heavy Nickel and Brass
. u ura..... 11. Trace. Full Patent
Leather Collar, $37.r.o, former price $5
Single Buggy Harness. Davis mounting $25
nickel $1 7.no. 'n
or both ladies and .gentlemen, we are going
to sell at New York prices, net. Lndles bide
Saddle, full pig seat, and Skirt, $0; next
quality $30 1 Men's Imported English Tree
lint seat, $30, formerly $35. For Horse
Blankets and Vhim we are headquarters.
1.-..11 U hnl. l.nne Whin $1.50 to $'..f0. Best
Hi..;. Whin in town lor 75c. Good Buggy
Cushions $1. Special prices in whips to i.iv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct from the MANUFACTURER nnd can
sell them cheaper than any one hi town. El
heron, all wool, in yellow and brown, 82x82,
$10 per pair, sold last year for $15; Fawn,
70xS0, solid colors, $8 per pair, sold for $10
last season. We have mem in mi sij. u"
prices to $2.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 8.23 a. m. Ending 10.30 p. m.
Cnr leaves Square for Depot every nourann
hnlfhour. ... ,
Car leaves Squure for Mclke's 7 minutes
after each hour. , , .
Car le. vcs Square for Doubleday 7 minutes
after each hall hour. ....
Car leaves Depot lor Mpiare 1 mu.un.-B
fore each hour and half hour.
Car leaves Mclke's for Square 7 minutes le
fore each half hour.
Car leaves Doubleday for Square 7 minutes
before eu. h hour.
Passengers Irom nouoicnay ior nic.se ,-.
and vice versa, tri.nslcr at Company s yiiro.
Baggage 25 cents lor euen piece isificu ....
Waiting Koom ior i.u. ocs 1.1
ring (i Weaver's, No. 3!l Pat ton avenue.
Observe signs on ouis.uc o. ci .u, .. ...
Train car mcels eacn train.
One valise allowed each passenger on pass
1 llli A?llliVii.i.r. 01 M.-l ni. vv.
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR SALE !
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania County.
one of the finest and best located farms in
Western N. C, 5 miles from the thriving town
of Brevard, tlie county seat of this. Transyl
vania county. The buildings nie all in good
repair, consisting of a large two story dwell
ing house, with 13 rooms, carriage house, ice
house, and. in fact, all necessary outbuildings.
Storage room lor 250 tons of hay and sla
bHiiii lor loo hend of cattle A very substan
tial and convenient mule stable, with accom
modation for 10 mules.
This larm contains n;io acres, 01 wnic,. ......
,.r.. nre hottoni. Ivini: on the French Broad
river, i.nd in n very high slute ol cultivation.
1 10 ueres of thisis w ell set in meadow red
toper herds grass. Ofthe remaining 530
acres. 1O0 acres are in upland pasture finely
set with a mixture of grnsses. Plenty of
handsome oaks for shade in pasture land.
Bright running streuiusoi pure watenncver
field. Thc rcmai der is m woodland, wltn
all thc different varieties of timber locust,
chestnut, ouk, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches and postoltice. Dailv
mail, lotleen nines irom iic.ioc.so...
25 miles from Asheville. and on or very near
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, Asi.e-
ille and Baltimore railroad.
No such farm for itssirecan lw found in this
State or any other State, lor value, lieauty
and desirability every way.
For price and particulars apply to or nu
Iress Natt Atkinson & Son,
Asheville, N. C.
1. s Also two other small but very desir
able tracts near by at low figures.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed. A com
plete stork of the above goods at
GRANT'S DRUG STORE,
24 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Oculists' Prescriptions a specialty.
nn, fFentlemen. A nerfect shoe at a moderate
eost. Try a pair of our specialties in gentle-
men'sfootwenr, aio.o. .uu, o.u,
$2 60 and $2.00. Every pair warranted. Ex
amine our specialties for ladies at $.00,
$2 99, $2.50 and $2.00, unexcelled for com
fort, durability and style.
Insist on having the original M. A. Packard
& Co.'s Shoes. The genuine have our stamp
on bottom of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
f .h- IT fi nn reeeiot of orice. M.
A. PACKARD & CO.. Brockton, Mas. Por
sale in Asbevilleby
II. REDWOOD & CO.
augll deod Hmos su wc fri
1 acres of land on Beaver Dam road, just
opposite I. 8. Burnett's. A fine site for a sub
urban re-ldence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oaks, with beautiful
views of mountains and the city. A rare
chance to buy such a piece of land with nice
clear springs gushing front the hill. Terms
easy . pr i BLANTON CO.
ami 3 tf
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE "AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of designs just received. Large lot ol
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on me before pur
Wareroom Wolfe Building, S. E. Court
CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
Bottle of medicine Free. We war
rant oar rrmedTto cure the wont
case, and tne only pnyticiana wnoao tnu co
Drcvent your being imposed upon by mes
ucinff falne name and who are not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasoi for not
using this medicine. Girt Hxpreta and Post-
office address, it costs eon nothing. Adcir
Asahel Medical BnrcAU, 391 Broadway, New
TO V7E0K LTEM
Bnfferuii from ths sffsota of youthful errors, sarly
dscay. wMtin weakness, lostmsnhood, eto., I will
end a vsluabls treatise I seeled) containing fall
ptrttculsre for home cure, FREE' charge. A
splendid medical work ; should be reed by every
yw.w who la nervous and debilitated. Address,
rrof. . C FOWISB, oodus, Conau
novS dftw ly
"MILLER BROS." ESSE
Art AMERICAN, and thi BEST.
LEADINQ BUSINESS FENS.
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LEADING STUB PENS.
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Asd Noa. lie, UU, OmiST Fail.
LEADINO LEDGER PENS.
And No. 101, ftuti, uM.
LEADING SCHOOL PENS.
iro No, m, 444, .
Th Hilltr int. Cutltrf Co., Hrid. Cm.
m .auFACTTjmna ov
Steel Pens, Ink Braeers sad Pocket Cutlery.
los lill at
J. N. norKcn' Book Store.
foundries, four or fa ye sasb and bund ana I on juarcac.