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""'THURSDAY, ' SOVIJMBliR U. 1SSH.
THE FRENCH IN
We were mucli iinmcssitl witli a Mon
treal telegram oftliclOth scttint; t'oill
in a speech liy Charles Thiliault. a prom
inent French Canadian, what he stvli
the growing power of the I't etieh Cana
dian race in the United .States, ami his en
tlnisiastie predictions that France would
renew its power and prestige upon ilus-
YVe are very well aware that for many
years there has goinsj on a large elllux ol
French Canadians into the United States
That race is remarkably prolific and re
markably poor, though, with their cheer
ful vivacious natures, patient under pri
vation, and hrave under hardship. I'm
with the rapid growth of population re
markable under such adverse conditions
the demands of subsistence pressed so
heavily upon the sources of supply that
immigration became compulsory. Tin
outflow was naturally upon adjacent
New England, where, in some respects,
conditions were the reverse; for then
natural increase is small, and the nnlivi
population impelled by the spirit oi
change and steadily moving to new
fields. This spirit brought about a re
markable change in the niauufacturin.;
districts, which, once charactcristiealh
and honorably native, became so diiniti
ished in home labor as to mala
necessary the substitution ol an im
ported foreign element. This was
supplied by the immigrating Freuel
Canadians. They have come in in very
large numbers; and this is the extent, wt
think, of the foundation upon which tin
enthusiastic visionary, Mr. Thibault.
But there is something exceedingly in
teresting, iu historical connection, will
this persistence of the French element ii
Canada and other colonics of uorlhcri
North America. With climatic condi
tions so much more unfavorable thai
those of I.a Hcllc France, long, harsh, in
tensely cold winters, brief summers am'
a niggardly soil, there has never beei
check to increase of population ;and will
increase, there has grown intensified low
for everything French, hatred for even
thing English, exaggerated adherence t
French habits, language, institutions
and creed, until two peoples, more an
tagonistic to each other than the blacks
and whites in the United Stales haw
grown up alongside of each olhcr, jost
ling each other in every footstep in lite,
hating, rivalling, opposing each other at
every point of contact, as it reconcilalili
and immiscible as oil and water. To tin
eye of this period is presented the implac
able race hostility that existed between
France and ISritain two centuries ago.
unmodified, tmappeased, and as sharp in
personal anil national acrimony as when
war was the normal relation between
the two nations. All the hatreds of long
contentions, till the jealousies of long
contested rivalries, all the humiliations
of disaster were transplanted from
France to Canada. There they were
nurtured with everything around tin
French Canadian to remind him of the
justice of his implacability. The Ilriton
might look around him with contempt
uous complacency. He looked upon a
conquered land and a subjugated people;
all that he saw was wrested from his
rival for western empire by his own
strong arm, and sustained by his own
There is much in the retrospect to mor
tify and anger the French Canadian.
The laud iu which he is a subject dweller
was appropriated by French discovery
and occupation at the period of tin
greatest glory of France. That occupa
tion was without bloodshed, and the
powerful Indian tribes wire peacefully
absorbed into the vast French colonial
system. Internal peace ensured explora
tion; and while the English colonies werc
battling for lile with the savage Indians
whose animosity they had justly aroused
by injustice and cruelty, the French were
quietly and peacefully penetrating the
deep wilderness of the West, exploring
all the great lakes, discovering the great
rivers, navigating the Mississippi from
its sources to the Gulf, and affixing the
names of the explorers to the discoveries
where to this day they remain imperish
able monuments to the courage, the ener
gies, the science and the Christianity ol
these noble pioneers.
Rivalry with Great Kritain for the sole
possession of this magnificent domain
tempted France to attempt too much. She
roused her rival to supreme effort, and
she lost all. And she lias lost it forever.
It is a dream, never to be realized, that
the amiable, irascible, unenterprising
Canadian will regain the empire their
more martial ancestors had lost. Hatred
to England will not inspire the brains
needed for the work of revolution, nor
strengthen the arms required for the
work of war. They will work out their
destiny as efficient multipliers of the hu
man family; they will continue to en
liven that family with their exhaustless
vivacity; and they will continue to serve
mankind, at home ot abroad, as destiny
directs, as cheerful hewers of wood and
drawers of water. But New England
will never be New France; the French
empire will never be re-established on this
' continent; the sceptre has forever de
parted from Israel.
Another name has been added to that
list of distinguished women wbo have
proved emphatically that iu brain there is
no distinction of sex. We need not run over
the very long catalogue which through
all ages is illustrated by feminine bril
liancy, strength and culture of intellect,
naming only two who became eminent in
the exact sciences, a field in which wo
man is tne least iiseiy to excel, as ncni
one involving pure reason. 1 hese are
Mrs. Sonurville, the companion and
equal of her distinguished husband tne
tslrononier. perhaps makinga nioredeep
old lasting impression in the literature
of science than he. as much horn real
knowledge as from the novelty of her
case. The other was Dr. Maria Mitchell,
recently dead, more distinguished even
than Mrs. Somcrville for her discoveries,
perhaps because of the improvements in
the instruments of seaieh. Another is
now added iu some res-peels, the most
r..,!,rlable This is Mrs. Amelia H
Edwards, an Englishwoman, for forty
years a novelist, but now throwing
away childish tilings and devoting her
self to science and exploration. Sheis no
mean geologist, but her chief fame is as
sociated with her work in Egypt, begun
tor the purpose of arousing interest to
preserve from wanton injury or loss the
intiquilies of the tombs and temples, the
monuments and the manuscripts. Outoi
this lias grown an ardent passion loi
Egyptian discovery in connection with
the Bible narrative; and this learned and
energetic woman has in this direction
idded more light than perhaps any ol
She is now in the United Stateson a lec
ture tour through the principal cities. She
is now fifty-eight years old. We presume.
,1 . i , i , m scici i tist. site makes no secret ot
!icr age; for science knows no years
There will be nianv in this section wli
will learn with very sincere regret that
the Woman's Christian Temperance I n
ion has permitted itself to be entangled
in contentious which must inevitably im
nair its power for general good. As the
useful ally ol the n. 'Me cause ol iciupcr-
incc, it was wek led all over the laud
'or its unselli.-l; culhuia-m. its broad
viewsand its prudent conduct, avoiding
icctionn! issues, sectarian dogmas
impracticable extremes. As such it
iceepted as a power for g'"
:':iir missionaries were well
,1. and its
A'licrc us angels of mercy.
In the convention an unnn.ltncnt to
the constitution of the body was pro
posed, the nurpose ol which was to
Icavly declare that the work of the boch
was "to interest and unite ilic O.risiain
women of the whole couuin in non sce
..iri.in and non-pai t is.ui temperance
Aoi U for the iciormnuon ol the intem
perate and the ei I ilea lion of public senti
ment in behalf of total abstinence," and
the attainment ol o; her obin is so desir
ible and pr.-ii iic-il as w ere calculated to
.nlist the earnest ,-o-opi -ration of every
iiicnil of humanity. Wecouliss we had
thought that these were already luuda
:iieuial principles ol the order and wen
therefore not prepared tor the slorni ol
ipposilion lli.it was at once aroused,
flie aincndminl was, after much acrimo
nious discussion overwhelmingly voted
down. We cry much regret the devel
opment made, winch sciius to diliue tin
order as partisan, as M i s. Foster declared
:t "is partisan in feeling and partisan in
its assaults on republican statesmen,"
and apparently determined to wed ilseli
to prohibition rather than tothe broader
im! more practical field of temperance j
H is a feature ol the present age that a
prominence is given to, or taken by.
young men, not willingly accorded in
past generations. It is true that excep
tional brilliancy of intellect, splendor ot
mental acquirement and phenomenal en
ergy put men like Napoleon, the younger
1'itt, Alexander Hamilton and others
that might be named in the leading posts
of power and responsibility at the very
earliest period of manhood. Ilutthe rule
has been to keep the young men in tin
back ground until they had won their
-purs: to counsel them to tarry in Jeri
cho until their beards were grown; and
the seats ol honor and of profit also w en
Idled by the elders with all the ripenessol
experience, oftentimes w'ith till the dull
ness of senility. The world does notlose
by the change. False steps may be taken
bv the pi-csumptuousness of rash confi
dence, but they are less common than the
gain from the vivacious courage which
wins from its very boldness. And there
will be always in all a flairs the counter
weight of conservative prudence. The
war taught many important lessons, not
the least of which was personal self re
liance. That seems to have been trans
mitted as an American characteristic, un
til the whole spirit of the country is
youthful, energetic, and we may add. in
telligent and safe.
Col. Geo. 11. McClellan from his name
son of the distinguished Federal general
Lately appointed auditor of the Brook
lyn bridge, is only twenty-six years old.
Four of the most actively prominent men
ol New York city, Mayor Grant, Hourke
Cockrauc, Senators Ives and Canton, arc
all under thirty-five. It is so in the South
Young America is in the saddle with a
firm scat and a safe guiding hand.
Dr. Darker 1'rays cream Van-t Ha, Rosa
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now liecome the ladies' favorites,
at F. I,. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found,
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, tiles and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Sodo Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are disensed. Cor
ner Main street and 1'atton avenue.
"Say, are you going to Johnny Wil
liams ball ?"
"I guess so. I got an invite."
"Was it prtssin'?"
"Kayther. Johnny saw me in the
street an' says if I didn't show up at de
ball he'd come over and wijie the pave
ment up with me."
Hyrup or FIkh.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California tigs, 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, effect uallycleansing the
system, dispelling colds and headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY,
Aji'iiin vv' "" ,volir special
attention to tin- ei 'lelirated
Morrow Shoes, winch have
stood the testfornian.vyoai-s
for Di iiAim-iTY. for Kxitx-
AND I'AAI TNKSS OF FlT, bciliy
equal in quality, stvle ami tit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the nbove Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in sie
Nor any trouble to sell. vou
aiiain iu the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every deyVable style kepi .
We mean to sell. No more
roods: it will
not cost you a
We want you to ca
trade wit h us. w
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
a full Hi r ii:y (ioons.
Hats and ( 'lot hinji' always on
hand at astonishingly low
Yours respect fully.
Itoslic Ilros. & WrSjjlit
HOKS AMI STATIONERY,
AKTISTS' JIATI-Bl tlHJ
I'IlTI K'I-S AND l-KAMF.S,
lll..4K HOOKS. KVKHYiiKAOK,
IHH.I.S, TOYS ANll CAMKS.
WK8TKR9I Si. C. SCICPiKS,
AMI II A Nil-
22 H. Alain Street.
If you want a ";ood Fin
brella that is warranted not
to CRACK callon
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han
dles different, "'you know,"
from an vone else's.
FOR SALE !
r.O-IIOKSi; 1ID1LKK AND 1-NGINIv.
POWER MOKT1SKR AND HUKliK,
FOOT POWKR MOKTISliK,
OAK, ASH, WALNI'T, CHKRKY, I'll
AND POPLAR Lt'MBKR,
NEW HERRI NC SAFE.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
KjitW l.w 2in
I consider Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy
the liest blood purifier that is on the
market to-dav. J. H. McAdes,
Charlotte, N. C. AuRust 15th 1889.
tr f I'M -b i
RusilleSS at tlie "Rio,' j
Racket St on
creased so much within
the past two weeks, (since
the opciiiii", of our im
mense new stock) that we
ad time to
write a suitable adver
tisement for this column.
Will name some ptod
es in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
sell at prices guar-
anteed to be the lowest
in town. I la vine, 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 went away with
(SEO. T. JUNES & CO.
Oyster VV Parlor.
KlROPliAN 11. AN.
Meal! at all Hoiirs. Klectrlcj
Cars Pass Use Door.
I Ink.-1. MKiirc ill :iuil"iii" i"-' ''"' Ovstcr
Season ol' issu-'uo lias iipciicil. nml tny hnxa
experience in (lie business justifies im
tisaurini: the imlilie that 1 can pleu-e nml
' isl'v all customers. I will serve oysters in the
, hnt style, nml lU-iitinK only with reliable
i houses, can infer I lie finest l.ivnlves on the
market. Try our
Or Pan Ronl. Iliistitn Hay Stewsa spccialt v.
('.rent care will lie taken w ith all imlcrs I
He'l only the finest anil freshest oysters that
can In- hnH. I receive shipment direct fmni
puckers every nltcnimin. Charges reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At nil times. Special attention piven to linly
customers. I'oliti anil allenlive waiters.
Ttonnl liy lny. w eek or month with or with
out rooms. If you w ant (lit liest the market
a Hon Is call on
I-;. STRAl'SS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NUW iml'SIi! NEWLY I'I'RNISlllill 1
AM. MOIIKKN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS N. B. ATKINSON,
L'll Haywood Street.
A lure house. 'M H I'attnn avenue. Warm,
eotni'ortable rooms. tn street enr line.
mtJdt'.in MRS.J. L. RMATHHHS.
H.-is removeil to the Johnston HiiiMinK, Put
ton nvenne, corner of Clulivh street, where
she is irc)iircil to keep regular or triinsicnl
bonrilcrs. Tnlilc t'nniisheil with the liest the
nmrketnft'orils. Ternisrcnsonntile ninrlmi.
J. W. SC1IAR1XK,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION
Accnt for Kei 111s Creek Woolen Mills
North Main - Aslu-villc. N. C.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aslievlllc, N. C.
i. o. Hon .
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Monaic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Grates, K allies and Boilers set.
Buildings moved and rt'iaired in first class
Sewerage, DralnaKe and trnp for the same
thorouKhly understood ami promptly at
Office: Wolfe BuilditiK, Court IlouseScp-iarc,
Asheville, N. C. mayaodly
Til KKU IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune,
BI T YOr CAN
ANII BI Y YOI K
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
l'lilili. ETC.. 1'KliM
A. 1). COOPER,
Cor. Main antl CoIIckc Sti.
Prices are cut down to suit the times, and
jjoods delivered free to nny part of the city.
JV) THE PCBLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shank's
new hutlilinjf. one oor west ti j. i-.woon-bury's
stable, on College trest. They are
Drcoared to manufacture cnrriuueM. IniL'Kies,
w a irons, and nnythtna else in their line. Ke-
pnirinK and horse-shoeing nre specialties
Thev have secured the services of Henry Pow
ell, and would be pleased to receive a liberal
share ol patronage, hntisiaction guaranteed
ju!3 din BPRNliTTE Hi IIOWARO.
M All 77 WOUIO THERE SBIT ONI CUI
KHMITE5 golden specific
ftlra at too J without the knowledfre of the patient. If
Deoessary. It im sbcolately harmleu sn' will effeot a
permanent r.i.d epeedjr oure. whether the patient i ; a
modera.j drinker or an alconoliowrook. IT NF.VKK
KA1LM. It operate to quietly and with euah eer
talnty that the patient undergo no moon Ten ten oe,
and era he it aware, bit complete reformation li
enetreeo. o pafj doos oi paniouiara urea.
F.L JACOBS, DRUGGIST, ASHEViLLE, N. C
FOR mi ONLY!
1 DnCITIVC For I08T or J ATI. IN 0 MANHOOD ;
A rUdl Hit Genera) and NERVOUS DLBJUTY;
PfTp TT1 Weakneit of Body and Mind: Effect!
J J XVXl of Errors or Ex crates in Old or Young,
news. HtMe mHOOn hiH Rlrr4. Horn i tnltrp u4
9trMthnWKAK.I !llKftCUl'llllOKiaVR A rART8of BUHT.
bMlulelr flllf.K HOIK TkMTMKNT-Reaftu la a 4f.
! tMlirV frm 41 8t TerrllnHM, aa4 ft orvlca fo4Hi
tMnawrlka. Book, rulleiitluikllnti, aal uroohmktM
VMM) 14Aiaai U( HEfilCAl M., lUFfAlO, 1. 1
nnd Wli takey Hw
It cured nt borne wtth
ontouin. Rook of naB
i a ttcnlar nam
' Atlaiia. ii. Offloo &i Wbuoball 6k
frhlftriawlT tn th at
14 acrea of land on Heaver Iam road, just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A fine site for a ub
urlmn residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some tint oaks, with beautiful
views of mountain! and the city. A rare
chance to buy such a piece of land with nice
clear ipriuRa Rushing from the hill. Terms
easy and price low
HOSTIC, BLANTON & CO.
protects the w earers nuninst hiKh prices unci
the stvle or kind vou wiint. or offers yon shoes withe
?mm-1 on them, and says they ore lust as Kood I. do
r.VT.T.lSt h:iSi:!rve'noVe'piont Sftttt M
i xv ';,., it...! iht- nriir ttntniwl on the bottom, ami v.m arc sure to Kvt full value for your
LAS mum ami V"1. ,;7(t(1,l!irs,lir, navt-H nnmmllv hy- tht- wcmH or W. I. IMU'GtAS
SI!! In or 1-ritiK bv ni'iil statt- wtuthrr you want Conjnwn, Hut ton or I,acc, London cap
toe oiai n Vrcmh to -."or nurrov. cap tot. mnl bc sure to Rive nut and rvicHli you wear. I
nl nvlo.it that is not licfonncrt. ns my sh-s nrr hum If in rcat variety ol widths, sizl-a
I.V.VI i.,.it vit-s I iMiaraiiUv a lit. prompt delivery and pcrlcct Mitm.ni'tmii or ti-uncy refunded
SSmSturlw w' "'X 'AS. Brockl.m, Mas..
maud than nny other ?J siioe auvcrtisett,
$5,000 wilt be pnid to nny person who will prove the above statements to be untrue. The
following lints will be found to be ol the same quality of excellence :
C.HMMNH HANM-SKWHO, winch takes the place ol custom-made
shoes that cost from $7 to
Till-: ORKUNAL AND ONLY H A ND-S1-V Kl WRLT $4- S1IOI5.
i:iuals custom-made shois costing from $t to $H.
FOR pol.JC V.M 1'N- Railroad Men and Letter Cnrricrsatl wear them.
Smooth inside as u haud-sewed shoe. No tacks or wax thread to
hurt the feet.
IS rNUXCKLLKIt I-'OR HKAVY WHAR. Hcst Call Shoe for the
WORK I Nt MAN'S. Is the best in the world for PiiiKh wear; one
pair otiKht to wear u man a year.
IS L'ol'AL TO SHOLS THAT COST FROM $3 to S3.50. One pair
will wear longer than any shoe ever sold at the price.
FOR HOYS is the best School Shoe in the world.
YOI TIIS' SCHOOL
shoes in the worltl.
All made in Congress, ltuttoii and Lace.
W. K. Doufclas,' 3 and $2 Shoes JV.Vl;
Until l.mlicH' Shoes nre ninile in siies I'rnm 1 to 7. iiicIikIiiik hall mus. nml II. t . I. I! nml
STYLUS ()!' I.A I ! lis' SHOIiS.
"The I'll :u h i iiern. I'he Spimiuli Arch ( liern." "The Ainericaii t'oninion-Scnse." "The
Mi-ilintii t:oinmoii-Sinsc." All made in Button in the Latest Styles.
Also, French tljicrn in Front l.aec. on $:l Shoe only.
Consumers should rcmcinlpcr that W. L. Illll llLAS is the liunesl anl only Shoe Mnu
laclurcr in the worlil. siiimiU-iiic shoes direct from factory, thus KiviiiK "II the niulillc-uun .
l.rolils to the wearer. ( W. L. In H ULAS. Ilrockton, Mass.
l-'OK SAI.li HY
HERRING & WEAVER.
Real i -state Ur Sale.:
Thepropertv known as the "Mission llos-1
pital prippertv" has bun sulidived iiitosplni-;
did building lots, ami now uttered tor sale ;
Thice of - hese bus front South, noon Wood
tin strict. Thi are the most desirable bits
and arc the lowest priced lots in town, when
vi m lake iutoco'isidiTalion their baa Lion, etc.
Two lots Iron on Charlotte street, ami one
of these has a "large, handsome old man-
m" upon it, surrouiideii by hcnmiiui oa
ees. The house is worth more ibnu isasked
r the place.
The olh-r is a corner lot and is one ol the
nst hcaniiltil unimproved lots in Asheville
hat inakis t his properly particularly de
sirable i its location upon the Line ol the
Strict Railway, its nearness 10 churches.
hools. liusiiH's-. etc. it is on tne eiieirtc
light bite, si-wer line, gas line. etc. It is neat
ihe College, ami is in one m uie ncsi ncigu-
itiiumls m tin tity,
This propeitv has Ihm-u put into my hands
sell, either at private s:de or public auc
tion. AH lots Ilea solil in tne '0 01 I'cccm- :
bt r will be ttold by me at that time.
IK H. WATSON,
Real ICstale Ajjcnt.
FO H T 1 1 1 S AVEEK
c are oini: lo oiler some real Rooil Hnr.
Cains in onr line. Heavy Nickel and Hrass
Couch Harness, IV4 Trace, Full I'utcnt
.rather Collar, :i7.."ill. former price 4.r ;
Sinulc lluccv Harness, liavis mountinK $a5,
nickel 17.r)i). in
l'or lioth laiiics onil Kcntlcmeti. we nre (joint;
to sell at New York iiriecs, m-t. I.nOies' Siilc
Sailtllc, lull pit! scut, nml Skirl, $40; next
quality $30; Mcn'n linnorted EllKlish Tree,
Hut scat, $:lii, fonncrly $. Kor Horse
Itlimkcts unci Whips we are headquarters.
Full YVhulclione Whin $l..'o to SL'.oO Hcsl
Uukk.v Whip in town lor 7.1c. f.ooil Hukkj'
Cushions $1. Sictial prices in whips lo Liv
erymen in quantities. We ImiukIH our
Itirect I'roni the MANI'l-'ACTl'KlvK anil can
sell them cheaper than anv one in town. Bl
licron, all wool, in yellow ami lirown.hl'xK',
$10 per pair, sold last year lor $15; l-'uwn,
fxSO, solid colors, $m er pair, sold for $10
last season. We have them in all styles anil
prices to $2. To per pair.
These nre special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Nain St.
AH eyes titled and fit guaranteed. A com
plete stock of the ahove goods at
grant s uri c; stoiu;,
24 SOPTI1 MAIN STRF.ET.
Oculisiw' PreMcriptionit a specialty.
W. 0, WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of design just received. Large lot of
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on me before pur
Warerootn Wolfe Building, 8. E. Court
TO WEAK f.lEN
BunVciuf from the effects of youthful errors early
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will
aend a valuable treatiso( scaled oontainlng fall
perticulare for home cure, FREE 01 charge. A
aplaadid madioal work ; should be read by every
man wao ia Darrous and debilitated. Address,
Profte P. C. VvWLEI, Moodua, Conn,
novS d&w lj
w. 1,. DOUGLAS' name and the price are
stumped on the bottom of nil 8hoes adver
tised by him before leaving his factory ; this
inferior Roods. If your dealer does not keep
I .... -I.., I 4 hM UH.I ill-
W. 1. 1HI I b L A 9
I n fine "fcitiiless calf shoe, with DotiKola tojiw.
mill oak liathc; hnttotn. They are made in
t'onurcst. Ilnttoit and I. ace on London Cap Toe,
Nat row Cap Tne nml Haiti '-'retn h Toe Lastn, in
htv from " toll. incI'Hlinjr nll sizes nml nil
width. If vou liiivc iH-eii piyttijr I'rnm S." to $ti
for shot ol this quality do not do so UmKcr. One
jmir v. ill wear as lonjj s two pairs of common
sold ly dealers that are not wm ranted by the
Our claims for th shoe over nil other S3 shoes;
advertised, nre :
1st It contains hei ter material.
I'd. It is more stylish, better fiitinK and durable-,
lid. It jrives better . nerat satisfaciion.
4th It costs trore money to make.
5th. It saves inoie money tor the consumer.
t h. 1 1 is ld by more dealers throtiKhout the IT. S
7th. It's Kieat success is due to merit.
Wth. Itc iiittot be duplicated by any other manu
'.Mil. It is the liest in the world, and huBtilnrKerde-
, drives the small lioys a chaner to wear tUo Ne!
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
1.M.1 L HHSTNl'T ST.
Full Urm trfjiiis Sept. -T. Thorough in
sir etiuii hi Hii.iilih. Freiieh, Mtihie and Cal
istlu'tiH'S hy t'xpt'riencel teaehei'M.
sep 7 (t.'tni
i:iili!4li and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 40 Preneh ttruutl Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND.
t For many yrnrs Ansociute I'lincipul of Mt.
Vernon Institute. Baltimore.)
VssiNteil by u corps ot comjentent teachers
The course ol' instruction inchuk-s the usual
tinlish hruneheH with French and Latin,
vxtrns Music, tierman. Art Needle Work,
t'aintinu on t.'hiiin. Dancing nnd Hiding.
Siieeinl attention iven to the training ot
little Kifts. mtizl tHiTi
plKli INSI KANCH
FIUK. 'LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Hunk ol Asheville.
ASMHVILMi, N. C.
Kepnfiit the iVillowiiiK enmpniifes, vfa.
I'lKK. I" VSIl ASSI'T
Aiiain Nevada, of Ciilil'oruiit,...
(ntimnt.'il, of New Yord..
Hauihtirit-Hrcnien. of lir i tnanv
l.undnn AsstiratHV. I Knpln:al
Vajrar.'i, ol Niw ork
trient, of Martford
I'lia-nix. ot hrookl.Mi
St. Paul Fire and Marine, ot Min
nesota Southern, ol N.-vv orliai.-
Wi't-tcrn. ol Ti.rontii
Mutual Accident Asneititioti.
.l-:tna l.iu- li.-'UiaiKi t t ,in.
liiyht hoiites and lots on Southsi-c uvenue
and Itnik-y streets, as a whole $,000 or sep
arately corn sinndiii);ly as ehcup, on easy
FOR KALI- OK RliNT. '
One House. 11! ronuis ijtlio ier month
s ' id '
H " l. "
" " 7 " l Town M I ) lO "
'ne Farm of fiO acres, and H room brick
house, itdtniniuu Vatukrlnlt proerty,
ouo, ur S:ti per month rent. Apply to
J 91. Campbell
nov 7 dim Real list ate healer,
F I N EST FA R M Tn N OH HOU
FOR SALK !
The Lowndes Place,
Iu Transylvania County.
One of the finest nml best located farms In
Western N. C, 3 miles from the thriving town
of Brevard, the county sent of this. Transyl
vania county. The buildings nre all in good
r -pair, contesting of a laric two story dwell
inr house, with lit rooms, carriage house, ice
house, and. in fact, all necessary outbuildings.
Storage room fur 'Jru tons of hav and sta
bling for loo head of cattle A very substan
tial ami convenient mux stable, with accom
modation for in tiMilcs.
This farm contains M30 acres, of which 3tio
acres nre toUum. lying on the French Broad
river, and m a very high state of cultivation.
IK) uctes of this is well set in meadow red
toper herds gr Of the remaining 53D
acres, loo acres are in uplund pasture finely
set with a mixture of grasses. Plenty of
handsome oaks for shade in pasture land.
Bright running streams of puir water ineverv
field. The remai der is in woodland, with
all the different varieties of timber locust.
chestnut. oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches and postofficv. lallv
mail. Fifteen miles from Hendersonvllle and
Mfl mihs trom Asheville. and on or very near
the line of the contemplated Atlanta. Ashe
ville and Baltimore railroad.
No such farm for itizecan be found In this
State or any other State, for value. )eautv
and desirability every way.
For price and particulars apply to or ad
Natt AtkiiiHon & Son,
Asheville, N. C.
I. 8. Also two other small but vcrv desir
able tracts near by at low figures.
I"1 1 "SP CVRBD BY OLP SPECIALIST
LI I V PHYSICIAN.
ri I .1 Bottle of medicine Pre. We wnr-
III w rant our remedy to cure the worst
ca-es, aud the only physicians who do this to
prevent your being imposed upon by nun
using false names and who arc not Doctors.
Because others tailed, is no reason for not
nsing this medicine. Give Bipreaa and Post
office address. It coats yon nothing. Address
Aaahel Medical Bureau. 301 Broad ay. New
York, , Jaii7dtbrlT