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TUESDAY7NbvEMBKR 1'-', 1880.
MINING IIS NORTH CAROUKA.
We are always pleased to see reference
made bv our State vajwrs to the many
and various mining interests in North
Carolina, more vast and widely diffused
than is generally known even by our own
,..,..le. Since the irreiit Kold excitement
attendant upon the discovery of the
Rrcnt surface washings in lliirke anil
Rutherford, about l.s.Ui.at which time
there was a rush of adventurers and em
ployment of labor repeated on a much
larger scale in California in 1SU, and re-
n,..,.. hn litni comparatively
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
It must strike the most indulgent to
weakness or to vanity that our AlVieo
Ameriean fellow-citizens, as they style
themselves, are overstepping not only
the lines of nroprietv, but of common
sense, by the presumptuous claims they
arc makiuK or are made for them to a
consideration only to lie granted under
deserved conditions. What the Anglo
American enjoys of suclu'onsidcration.lu
has earned or it has been earned foi
him, bv centuries of hard work, by war
sometimes, bv resistance to oppression
bv earnest study of the principles of con
stitutional liberty, by training in tin
scntials of these principles, by trials am
by discipline in the practice of them
What the Afrieo-Amencan enjoys is a no
gift. He has earned nothing ol it. Il
his present eniovment of what he pos
sesses, he is dependent upon his while lei
low citizens; he is bolstered up by tlici
hrlnimw. If that were withdrawn, he
would at once fall back into helpless im
potenee or hopeless barbarity.
Therefore, the Africo-Ameriean had bet
ter let well enough alone for the present.
The distinction between the darkness and
degradation of bondage is not yet snth
ciently effaced by the twenty-five yearsol
freedom to have created new characteris
tics, to have developed new powers, oi
establish new claims, which, il estab
lished, would equalize the conditions be
tween those who won or earned then
privileges, and those to whom certain
privileges claimed attach by the act ol
God, the act of war, the act of legisla
tion, or the act of philanthropic fanaticism.
We were impressed, we cannot say pa
tiently or favorably, by the address lately
issued bv one Fortune, the editor of a ne
gro paper published in the city ol New
York, calling for a negro convention t
beheld in Nashville, Tcnn., in January
The address embraces a declaration ol
grievances worthy the protest ol apcopl
equally contributing by their brains ant
tun kets to the general welfare of the com
monwealth; when, in the light of fact
thev are preposterous, presumptuous ant.
ungrateful. If there is taxation without
n.,.n-ci-iit.-.i inn. that grievance exists at
the north, where there has neither beci
State nor congressional colored repre
sentation, but where, as at the South, il
representation is based on property
there is relatively little of it to be repre-
little commotion exctteo uv cue ......
crv of gold mines in this State, because
. . 1.. ....... tine vcrv
xperiencc litis tatigui, '.
bitterly, that all was not gom r,
tered, or at least, that it cost as miteii as
t .v.-.s worth to get it. Placer mining is
tilltiuictlv pursued in at least twenty
,ii.s in the State; ami vein mining
nvolvintr much capiutl and costly equip
. u. Ktiin-
ment engages CHierpi . m
, Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Montgom-
ami some other counties to an ex
tent that gives a mining cn.iuiu.M- ....
those counties. A iicculiar lent lire ol
gold mining in North Carolina is the ex-
Ivetl in tnc iniiusuy
, , . w VY . Li. UUUUIao name -uw nc piivc ic
M T T f I I VJ stamped on the bottom of atl Shoes adver-
j l II J 111 Used by him before leavlnjc hit factory ; this
. . . i.rAr ,mrAa if vnur dealer does not keen
against h.gn price. ... " "- - '
Meals at all Hours. Klcctric
Cars Pass Hie Door.
protects the wenrers
the style or kind you
... ..rntTerS VOU Shoes WltnOUt W. U. out uinx
want, or oners you deceived thereby, but send di.
.i"wl " ' . .... . .u nn.t.m runlM
.1 e.. tltei- are
W tlS Fm-to;,. " "-ijScVjS: a'SaTited'Siy anyAody"rfore do no!
u, ike more nrolit "" SnVwputnUon. Buy only those that have W. U. DODO
l,t. induced to buy hoes ' h.it J J. bott,n. an,l y,,u are sure to get lull value - for your
LAS' name mid the I" s,t, !"'P" saved onnua'lv bv the wearers ol W. L. DUItcLAS'
money. Thousands ol , i . its or . wnnt ConlinM Bttoll or I.aee, London cap
Sh.K-s. in or.ler.iiR by " j,', toe, and be sure to give sire and width you wear 1
toe, plain l'rench to., oi "', ' shoes are made in sreat variety of widths, site;
can lit any foot that is not H r delivery and perfect satisfaction or money refunded
and hall sizes. 1 Bimnintcc a tit. pi j w h DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
,i return ol Hie mi"1-' "
. - -
t.tl is found in Chero-
tent ol territory invoi
lor the precious me
Ice the most western county m
Stale, ami in Nash, one .if the most cast
i n : and. in greater or less quantity, in
icarly evcrv intermediate county.
The Wilmington Messenger comments
suggestively and plca-nnlly upon the
. .i.i. .1... t-,ti. :im! refers to
mineral weauu " i"-
he many minerals which almost every
where either furnish or promise wealth.
uch as the copper of Granville, and the
-il w h eh sto lie (liseerneii in mc
stone belt of that region. The Mcssen
i tn lin
ger manes no .illusion, n.....
coal beds already exposed those of the
Deep river and the 1 lan river basins. It
is a remarkable fact that North Carolina
is the most southern of the Atlantic-coast
States in which coal is found. It does
not exist either in South Carolina, ('.cur
ia or Florida. In this State it is totinti
mlv in the localities named, on I'tcp
i ...,.-..i- .-in urea
riverine eoai int."""" '
rge enough, wilh scams thick enough
1 with quality good enough, to .lustily
i.;. .iil tliiise mines, oiieneil oclorc
the war", and then suffered to till with
water, arc now again opened and worked.
and will soon supply ihcinicrionlcinautl.-
f the State. The lau river mints, cov-
ring a smaller area nun iuhh' s
lerenl variety ol coul-scuii-liituiuiumis-ihough
long known to exist, have so re-
ntlv been opened that the Urst smp
ent of coal was only made from there
l.-.si week. Thev arc now maoc attt.
il... :i ,1 .mil i heir su. in hes will no
Inula soon exercise an impoiiaiii in.."
.nee upon the cost of fuel in ibc markets
which they seek.
The Messenger speaks of talc m Chero
kee as a noveliy confined to that county.
It .iocs abound there in g.eaiahundancc,
licautv, but it litis been
mil of great
known and used for many years.
lost extensive talc mines that have been
nened arc on Xoltely river, live or six
,.,il....iit Invest of Murphy. From om
it' those mines which we visited tw
.i t i.. in c. in masse oi
mice ciu;i ..."
i..,tv .-nid perfect purity, litis been
quarried to the extent ol thousands
ions a vcar anil iransii.M ico ...
ailroud station in Georgia, to be
...n I..,,..it i disturb ..limned to a northern market, lne.soiiu
senieu, too sin.... .... v..... i i . . m .,,.-
c .1.. ..i. ...,. .n I i ..in ti.i.v inii!.iicu to ...i....
the preponderance o, me ng .- t..o V ,,lil.,-e wi
In .orin t.aro- runs tnrougii cue .. . v
t .... i ...i....
i...i I ti,..r.. li.-i never a lie ureal i cveloonient in mat ami ui..t.
una. on toe uliici ......... - r- . ..
i .:..i..... r,,t ;.i.-.. the .lavs of recoil- i ale iiuarries in Cherokee.
tB.S.-lu.v . - .. . .- ..... M..-..I... l-......l.ol
...l,. ,-,. tlu-rrwas not at least Along Hie line oi inc ... u.
S.1UL1I.". . , , .
ten per cent of that body negroes; and the Western North t.arona ra.,.,...
: -....n.rrs in which there ihe force of the Niinttthala river, is an
never u sini.". - i , .,
, iimimini vf from this extensive tale quarry, liccweei. cut .....
v. -lis not nvi . . vr. .
e.. c .;,!, h Carolina. Georgiti road and the river is a mill, in wlnrh tile
.. '.. .'i..i ; to.ire nr less deuree. and tale, taken from the mountainside on the
... .., .. ... , . ,i ...
.'reatlv to their own hindrance. And so other side ot me raino...., . .
with all other things complained or, an powder, ami snippci.,
... ...I.I..I, mn.l.- on false nrenuscs and manv car loads weekly, to a ""'""
overstrained conception of rights. destination. Large capital, costly ina-
.,,1.1 chinerv and smiled lanor -eni....t"
i.i- .... A., i t ie A .'Ksenrcr win
.. . . . 1, ..1. tl.n ...-n. 1 Lllln Cllltl 111 liv. ......
ungrateful demnnti upon " ,,l,s.rve that neither our Cherokee
posed convention will tie caiieu to at l - - ..,;,!.. f,-
1 -. .. n-fnii Iriem s are w tilting ioi
to secure a more cquiuni.t .......i.- . ,. ,..i,i,.rv anil
nl the school funds." hen it is consul- " e . , ' , ,
ered that in North Carolina the whites orej
contribute ninety-five per cent, ol the
money collected by taxation for the sup
port of the public schools, that the ne
uroes contribute the oilier nve per cent
and that in the distribution oi tne num
they receive fifty ier cent ; that the State
moreover sustains at the expense oi tin
taxpayers a lilieral system ot normal
schools for the instruction of neg o
teachers, it would seem that effrontery
and ingratitude could go no farther.
An.1 ..eh n demand, if pressed, will be
thr last hair that broke the camel's back
iiiiin we call your si('-
attention to tho ceMrnt(Hl
Morrow Shoes, which have
stood tht test f or nuni.v. years
for Pi UAUiUTY. for ExcKi.-
and Exactness ok Fit, beintf
etiual in (inality, style and fit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in ..v-..-il different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
ajA'nin in the future.
We ha vo 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 ami
trade with us.wilhthe assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DUY COOPS.
Hats and Clothiii'nlwa.ywon
hand at astonishingly low
Yours respectfully ,
Kostic liros. & rigni
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
imctl'khs ash i-ramrs,
HOI.I.S, T,)YS ANli 0AM US.
WKSTKHN I. C. SCKJUKS.
oare tale for market," a business to
which they have put their own hands
some years ago.
The Wilmington Star incidentally re
minds us that in our notice ol tue .orui
Carolina Tress we omitted mention of
the fact that that paier not only re
tains, alone of all the State dailies exist
ing in 1874, its original name, but its
original management. And this is a very
significant fact as illustrative of the in
stabilitv of journalism in the State. The
aa S. Main Street.
Star stands alone in its survival in origi
nal form among; the dailies; and among
Abstractly, we, as well as all good citi- t)e weeklies we only recall the Salisbury
7ens. are anxious that the negro be edu- Watchman, Mr. Hiuucr editor, and the
cated up to the point which will enable Eiiznueth City Economist, Col. Creeey.
him properly to perlorm tne duty oi cm- wilf) come down to us uncnangeci. whiu
lenshin. Therefore there has been no , retained original names ; but none
purpose to withdraw the aid mat tne ntllcrs that we recall are under tne sanit
State out of its poverty has given to
educate, share and share alike between
the white and the black. We confess we
are not encouraged by results. If there
fore the recipients of a bounty so oner
ously exacted, so generously bestowed,
so unfruitfully utilized, shall presume to
complain and dictate other terms, there
will arise a very fair prospect of being
left to themselves. They would appear
to lay down the alternative, as applied
in this State at least, of the whole or
none. They are much more apt to re
ceive the latter rather than the other.
We agree with the Wilmington Messen
ger in its iews of the alternatives. That
paper says :
"If Fortune and his crowd dare com--l.,;-
in convention of the present distri
bution of school funds, it will be in order
tVu. whites to withhold their hands
and say with all due emphasis educate
hereafter your own cnuurcn. .c
not sav that such a determination would
HmlorHhle. and the Messenger would
vrrv Eorrv to see it. But in view of
fart there is a respectable minority
even now among the whites who are not
hesitating to say they are tired of being
taxed to send negroes to school, it will
be adangeronseourse to pursue to follow
th.nlanr.fthe New York Fortune. It
will be wise to be thankful for what has
Dr. Parker I'rays cream Van-Ola, Kosu-
line, Ougaline ami Diamond nan powttet
havintr now lieeome the ladies' favorites,
at F. L.Iacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, nies ami
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 littonjivenue.
Bilks-Come up and hear our new
minister to-day. Nobbs-.No, thanks; I
heard him once and have always re
gretted it. Bilks-Why, I guess you are
mistaken. Nobbs-Not a bit of it; he is
the minister who married us.
tyrup of FIRS.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the
svstem, dispelling colds and headaches,
a'nd curing habitual constipation.
'Mrs. Gadd (who spent the summer on
. ... riI did not meet yon at
. nf thr .i.mmer resorts, Mrs. Gabb
( who summered on her uncle's farm)
If you want a food Um
brella that is warranted not
to (.'HACK call on
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dles different, "you know,'
from anyone else's.
Business at the "Uifr
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 name some goods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And sell fit trices 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.
I tnke pleasure in nniliiumiliK the Oyster
Season of 1 RMSl- ilo Ims ..pcncl. nml my Ions
....n,.,. iii tlic luisin.ss justifies me ill
nssiiritlK the public that l can
Isfv nil customers. I will serve o.s... ...
dent style, nml dealing only vim rtu...
houses, can oiler the lincst hivnlvcs on the
market. Try our
Or Tien Ront. Boston IlnyStcu-saspccinltv.
C.rent enre will be tuken with all orders I
sell onlv the finest nml freshest oysters that
enn he hart. I receive shipments direct from
puckers every afternoon. Chaws reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, fiAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At nil limes. Special attention Riven to lady
customers. Polite anil attentive waiters.
Board bv (lav, week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STBAISS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NHW IIOISB! NEWLY FCRNISH12D1
ALL MOIlliRN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 21 1 Haywood Street.
V. L,. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENUEHKN.
1 i fine seamless calf shoe, with Iionsola tops,
and oak leather bottoms. They are made in
Congress. Button and I.aee on London Cap Toe,
Naitow Cap roe and Plain Pr.nch roc Lasts, in
sm-s from S to tl. inclmiiiiK half siies nd all
w idths. If von have been paying from S5 to JB
for shoes ol this quality ilo not do so longer. One
pair will wear as long s two pnirs of common
sold by dealers that arc not warranted by the
"Tlur elaims'for this shoe over all other $3 shoe
1st It contains better material.
2d It is more stvlish, better rutins and durable.
3d. It jrives better general satisfaction.
4th It costs more money to make.
5th. It saves more money for the eonmuiner.
Oth 1 1 is sold bv more dealer throuuhout the V-a.
7th It's gieat success is due to merit.
8th. Itcannotbe duplicated by any other maim.
9th. ItistheiicBtinthc world.andhasalnrgerde.
mandthan any otner a snoc u...t.".
n 00.1 will be paid to any person who will prove the above statement, to be untrue. The
fl.000 'f ;i( w. k limJ9 wn bc found to ,)e , thc 9ame quH,ity of excellence :
c CFNCINB HANIi-SEWEI). which takes the place of custom-made
.00llOe s'hoes that cost from 7 to $11.
... THK ORIGINAL AN1. ONLY HANIKSHWED WELT $4 SHOE.
&4.00 SllOe L"uol"cutomAmade shoe, costing from $8 to $8.
. .. env pni ICEMEN. Railroad Men and Letter Carrlersall 'htm-
&.CO SllOe LL'LVlV nside a a hand-sewed shoe. No tacks or wax thread to
hurt the feet. ,
CI IS UNEXCELLED FOR HEAVY WEAR. Best Calf Shoe for the
$2.50 Shoe Price.
1 CI WORKINf.MAN S. Is the best in the world for rough wear; on.
SllOe ,.ir m,Kht to wear a man a year.
Tl'l. AI TO SHOES THAT COST FROM 3 to $3.30. One pair
2.00 SllOe ,VaVl.mgeV than any shoe ever sold at thepricc.
o Shoe F"K BOYS is thc l,cst Sc""' sh"e thc wrl
I2'0 1 YliVTHB- SCHOOL, gives the small Boy. a chance to wear the best
SI75 SlOe shoes in the world.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
W. L.. Douglas' $3 and $2 Shoes ..aTe
. ... . u t M uml'
Shoe, are made in si.es from 1 to 7, including nan sizes, ..u ... - - -
A large house 31K Pulton
comfortable ni'mis. On
.,Vr,s reasonable k ATIUSRS
Has removed to tile Johnston Building Pat
ton avenue corner of Church street, where
sh? " prepared to keep regular or tr.insieiit
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market nlTords. Ternisreasimnlile
st.cet car line.
nnr 31 mil
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
The American Common-Sense,"
J. W. SCIIARTL.K,
rl I.'i-.ueh Oiiern." "The Spanish Arcn I'ptr.., . , lh ,.test Stvles.
Milium Cj-niim-Sellse A, n-. (m $., shoc omy.
.. . . iw .i-i:l AS is the largest and only Shoe Manu
Consumers should remember that . L. 1 I J'l- th RivinR all the ...id.lle-men'a
laeturer in the world, supplying slu.es direct Irom inVr-J' ,ol 5UAg, BrocUou, Mas.,
profits to the wearer.
- FOR SALE UY
HERR1NG & -WEAVER.
42 N. Main St.
JAM ICS FRANK,
Agent for Reims Creek Woolen Mills.
Real Kstate r Sale.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
North V. un
Asheville. N. C.
WM. R. PE
The pn.lM.-rtv known as the Mission H.w- 1
oil. I nil eriv" has been sul.riived iiltosple...
'S, . - lots, and is now offered lor sale .
TliriVof lll.se lolst'ront South. upon ooil- ,
s net. Thev are the most desirable lot.
n. I nr.- the lowest priced lots in .town, when
. .1'. i,M , "large, handsome old man- Sep . .Mm
" ' . . , ... .... 1,. 1, ,,,.! ...Ik
tli more tnan isasi.e.i
JH1 CHESTNUT ST.
all term begins Sept. W. Thorough in-
tr et on ... Klltrllslt, .-re.ieii, ..iu. .. .
KneliMlt and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, ,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4-0 French Broad Avenue.
sion upon 11. sunoit
trees. I lie nouse is wo.
lor the place.
The other is a corner
most lion no.. ' "-.,,i...rtv de.
What m.-.K. s mis pi........ i""V- ,. f n,
siralile is its locution upon the Line of the
Street Railway, its nearness 10 chui.lKS
the College, and is in one of the best neigh- BURGWYN MA1TLAND, - PRINCIPAL
" Th " ' r, 'pe. v has been put into my hands
... 'ii n't orivnu- sale or public auc
tion Ail lots not sold by the M of Decern
lur will be .old by me at that tune.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
As.lieville, N. C.
IV O. Ilox I'.
I. S. WATSON,
Real Ftate Agent.
FOR Ti l IS WEEK
(For many years Associate I'rmcipui o. a...
vemon .iis.icu.t, "...
Assisted by a corps of compentent teacher..
The course of instruction include, the usual
English branches with French and Latin.
Extras Music, German. Art Needle Work.
Painting on China, Dancing and Riding.
Special attention given to the training ol
little girls. augldm
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Grates, Ranges and Boilers set.
Buildings moved and repaired in first class
Sewerage, Drainage and traiM-for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square
Asheville, N. C. maySOilly
THERE IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune
HI T Vol' CAN
AND lil'Y YOVR
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
FEED. ETC.. FROM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and College St..
rices arc cut down to suit the times, and
goods delivered free to any part of thc city.
nrtO THE Pt'BLIC.
The undersigned may lie found in Shank s
new building, one door west 01 J. r. oou-
burv's stab e. on college strcsi. .
prepared to manufacture carnage., buggies,
wagons, and anything else in their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing are specialties.
Thev have secured the services of Henry I ow
ell, and would b pleased to receive a liberal
.hare of pat.onagc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
iulS dtlm BURNBTTE & HOWARD.
b done and iaoing ana o ki wc. V""" , "re," 1 don't remember
FOR SALE !
SO-HORSE BOILER AND ENGINE,
POWER MORTISER AND BORER.
FOOT POWER MOKTISIiR,
OAK, ASH, WAI.NTT, CHERRY, Pit
AND POPLAR LUMBER,
NEW HERRING SAFE.
W. E, WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
sept2A d&w 2m
Mr. lor Person's Remedy cured Mr.
R. E. Klliott'i child of scrofula in the
eyes, alter all other remedies naa lanea
and the cure has proven permanent.
Wc are going to offer some real good Bur.
gains in our line. Heavy Nickel and Brass
Coach Harness. IV Trace, Full Potent
Leather Collar, $37.50. former price ,
Single Buggy Harness, Davis mounting $25,
nickel $17,011. In
For both ludies and gentlemen, we are going
to sell at New York price., net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig seat, and Skirt, $0; next
quality $30; Men's Imported English Tree,
llat seat, $30, lormcriy .... r
Blanket, and Whips we are headquarters.
Full Whalebone Whin $1.(111 to $2.50. Best
Buggy Whip in town for 75c. Good Buggy
Cushions $t. Six-cial prices in w hips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct from the MANUFACTURER and can
Mil them cheaper than unv one in town. El
beron, all wool, in yellow and brown, 2x8L',
$10 per pair, sold last year for $15; Fuwn,
70xR0, Bolld colors, S per pah-, sold for $10
last season, we nave mem ... a.. -.jr.. -
prices to $2.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLLAM & CO.
At the Bank of A.heville,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
mm me world MReisBirroMCuge
DHM)fES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
. r HffM ar I., .rrl.
eta. of .00. without tbe knowledfts or the patient, 11
neoessarr. Xt 1. absolutely harmless am will effeot .
permanent r.-d speeaj oure. wne.ner uie J"P'?"i.L.'
modera- drinker or an aleonoltewrook. I1M.1 -K
FA1I.M. It operates ao quietly and with eucn cer
tainty taat tne patient underitoee no inoonvenlenoe,
and ere he t. aware, his complete reformation u
etleoted. 48 page book of parUoular. free.
F.L JACOBS, DRUGGIST, ASHEVILLE, N. C
Represent the following companies, vli. :
,,1KK CA.ll A8.KT. IN U. ..
Anglo Nevada, of California ?'i!I'!!32
Continental, of New Yord T'?7,5'5:?
H nmburg-Brcinen, of Oermany 1 ,1 J9 .604
London Assurance, of England '5'V5
Niagara, of New York ?'?iZ'JSi
(lrient. of Hartford J"S?I'?2j!
Phicnix. of llrooklvu r.,05,l.u
St. Paul Fire and Marine, of Mm-
Southern, of New Orleans iii'llSi
vv.u..m ol Toronto l.O.tB.Jd
Mutual Accident Association.
l-:tnn Life Insurance Company.
Eight houses and lots on Southsi.te avenue
and Bailey Btrcets, as a whole $.5110 or sep
arately corrisoondingly a. cheap, on ea.y
FOR SALE OR RENT.
One House, 12 rooms $tl per mo tun
H " 15 "
7 " (Town Mtl 10 " "
iin.Pnnm.fRii acr. s. and 8 r.mni tinck
house, adjoining Van.lcrl.ilt property, $10,
inn, or ao per montn rent, npp.y
J. M. Campbell,
nov 7 dim Real Estate Dealer..
FOR Um ONLY!
nrlCITlUC lor LOST or FAH.TN0 KAITHOOIJ!
A PUSITIVE Oeueral and NEEVOCS DEBLLITY;
flTTT) T Weakneaa of Body mo Mind: Effect.
U U XVXd ofErrr.orKiMiae.in01dor Youiif.
- . . anhh m.HOOII hill. Rf-aliirvd. Hew 1 iBlanir la.
R?l' SV,t"lT.lrr.li 0R.US8 I. HRT8.I topi.
and Whisker Halt.
It. en red at home with
out pain. Book of par
Ucnlart. aent FKEK.
n M wool JJET. M.D.
Huaiua.U. O0V)e WalaattaUtli,
1 acre, of land on Beaver Dam road, Jnst
opposite J. 8. Burnett'.. A ne ite for a sub
urban re.idence. A nice kaoll corered with
rinnr and aome 6ne oak., with beautiful
view, of mountain, and the city. A rare
chance to bay .ueh a piece of laud with nice
clear spring, gushing from the hill. Term.
, 'ISsTIC, BLANTON CO.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed. A com
ilete sio- k of the above good, at
GRANT'S UKIG STORE
2 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Oculists' Prescription, a .pccialty.
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
Newlotofdeeign. ju.treeelved. Large lotof
Tablet, and Slab., very low for ca.h. You
will aave money by calling on me before pur-
Wareroom Wolfe Building, 8. B. Court
CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
Bottle of tmcdictne Free. Wc war
rant our remedy to cure the worst
cases, and the only physicians whodo this to
urevent your txrtnic imposca upon dt raw
nainir f namcB and who arc not Doctors
Because others failed is no reasoi for not
anion this medicine, uivc KxprcM and osi
nflir address. It costs you nothinK. Addiess
Asahd Medical Bureau, 301 Broadway, New eager -car.
TAX NOTICE !
All iK'nion. who have not paid" their taxt.
for 1M8U must come In at once and do ao, or
they will surely have to pay cost. I am re
quired by the law to aettle on the first Mon
day In January, 1W10. That I intend to do.
The property of those who do not pay their
tax by the
Last of November
Will be advertised lor sale on the lflt da of
December and will be .old to pay the tan.
All person, who have no property will lie
garnish red at once.
Come and save trouble and cost.
D. L,. Reynolds,
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 8.23 a. m. Ending 10.30 p. ra.
Car leave. Square for Depot every hourand
Car leave. Square for Melke". 7 minute,
after each hour.
Car le .ve. Square for Doubleday Tminute.
nfter each hall nour.
Car leave. Depot for Square 7 minute, be
fore each hour and hnlf hour.
Car leave. Melke'. for Square 7 minute, he
fore each half hour.
Car leave. Doubleday for Square 7 minute,
before each hour. ,
Passenger, from Doubleday for Melke a,
and vice versa, tran.fer at Company', yard.
Baggage 3fi cent, for each piece carried on
Waiting Room for Ladle, at Mew.. Her
ring & Weaver'., No. 39 Pat.oa avenue.
Observe sign, on outside of car for ita des
tination. TraiM raf mreta eac tram.
One valise allowed each paaaenger on paaa
TUB ASHBVILLB tTRBBT KT. CO,
cnotiKa alonr. This il 1
meant in au aina- mw, -
I meeting you in Paria.