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FRIDAY. XOYliMUKK !.". 1SVJ.
Ye (juntod in yesterday's issue ii jmi
tion of a letter from Ashcvillc to a Mas
sachusetts journal, evidently written h
a visitor whose ranje ul" view was ver
limited, and his sojourn too lnicl to ad
mit of its enlargement. The information
which was contained in the extract vi
published was specially obtained and pet
feetly reliable; what we now refer to i;
evidently the result of original erroneoi
impressions, not subsequently effaced b
intelligent observation of the questioi.
treated of. The writer opens his lettei
with the following paragraph:
"There is a marked d i iVerence of opinio t
between leadint: democrats on bow tin
nero shall be treated, lioverip'r ilill.o
New Yoi'K, in his Atlanta speech, sail1
that the whites should take t he neyro ii
hand and lift him up. Henry VatLcrst
said that the blacks didn't know enon.t:!
to rule and probably never would know
enough. Therefore the blacks nnit Ik
forever kept out of idlice. Tlicse arc tlu
Northern and Sotitlicru views ol ' t he ease
t hie is liberal. The oi lier is narrow an
vengeful. In this nencratiou narrowness
of thought is havini; ils day. And it
day in rciardini; the race qtiestiou is not
In contrasting the two views presented
the one. the Northern, is certainly liberal
but it is visionary and inadmissible if it
be proposeil to be carried out to t he ex
tent of that free and equal iustallatioiiot
office dreamed of by the writer of thi
letter. The other, the Southern view,
may be narrow ; il certainly is not veuyi
ful. It' it be narroy , it is because tlu
treed nejjro has l'ulh esta' lishcdliis unlit
ness for the duties and responsibilities o:
otlice in its most iuqiortant relation.
Southern experience pves ample am
eostlv illustration ol that incapacity,
and even though it lie a narrow view, tlu
South has no purpose to Mibiccl itself t
any farther experiment. It will trust th
management of its affairs to the raei
which, apart from fundamental ethno
logical differences, has had the training
of centuries to tit it (in its work, ratiici
than to that which, w ith itsoiily twenty
five years' experience in freedom, lias on Is
succeeded in making ducks and tirakeso:
every serious matter lu which it has es
saved to put its haiiils. It is not venye
ful; for there is no vengeance to be i
ited upon the colored race; rather kimlU
and grateful leelin, towards the ol.lct
and passiny-away generation at least
The Southern people know the nero
llntrouyhly; know hisi;oodqualitics,ain:
also know his deficiencies, not the least
of which, if it were needed for him to hi,
office, which necessity is not upon them,
his incapacity to till them up to the jus;
standard of public requirement.
Hut why vengeful ? hecausc, if that '
element enters into exclusion trom odice.
the Northern (States have shown more
vengeful feeling than the Southern. We
haveneverhea.il that in the Northern
States the ncro was ever rewarded with
State or county honors; no magistrate
ships, no sheriffalties, no clerkships, no
solieitorships, no judgeships, no legisla
tive or congressional rewards, nothing
whatever to reward the colored voter toi
his preponderance, as the undeniable bal
ance of power, in pvitnj party victoty to
the party to which the writer of this let
ter so unmistakably belongs. The na
tional administration, for party pur
poses, has made some selection for ollici
from anion; the lew really competent ne
groes in the country. Hut that was an
abstract consideration. We have seen
that the moment President Harrison
came in contact with the negroes in the
close relation of domestic service, he jjot
rid of them at once i( jtnt';uii and
purged himself of the foul association. A
Southern Tresident would have done no
such thm. His estimate of the nero
would have been the true one; he would
have taken him as a ood, true, docile,
affectionate friend ; but he would never
have made an officeholder of him.
Our correspondent would do well to
learn something more of the affairs of the
South than he can possibly learn within
the seclusion of a sanitarium; and this
observation will teach him, as it has
taught other intelligent Northern gentle
man, that the policy of the South to
wards the negro is neither narrow nor
vengeful, but wise and generous.
MISCONIKI'TION OF j(l KMI..
The Durham fdole, a handsomely
printed and enterprising daily, in its
issue of the lath, announced its suspen
sion. The cause which led to this result
"was a lack of substantial patronage;"
and the editor adds, "the existence of
:he paper might have been prolonged by
lowering its standard."
In this we are sure the editor docs his
patrons wrong. No class of readers is
Mattered by a concession to their assured
deficiencies, none of thein complimented
by the effort to reduce a paper to the
level of their supposed tastes or compre
hensions. It is gross ignorance of human
nature when an editor presumes to look
down from his lolty perch and condes
cends to come down into the lower arena
he imagines to exist, and consent to
play the buffoon or the ignoramus or the
charlatan that he may tickle the self love
of the-herd with whom be chooses for
the time to make himself the equal.
That is the mistake editors sometimes
make. They assume the people to be
fools to be treated according to their
folly. If such editors regard the masses
u their inferiors, they would do well to
measure tlie force anil wisdom of the
proverb, "truth lies at the bottom of
a well;" and in the profundity of the
depths to which such editors have as
signed the great masses of his l eaders he
will find as much of sound wisdom and
judicious rcllcction as he had experienced
in the elevated atmosphere from which,
for the time being, he had so graciously
lowered himself. The aspiration of all
people is to rise higher in the scale ot lile
and intelligence; they gladly welcome all
helps to that end, ami they rcnl as in
sult all implication of inferiority. The
mind of the most thoughtless or un
learned reader is as accessible to higher
truths and pure sentiment as that of the
most cultivated. They welcome them as
cordially ami as appreciatively. If they
are in anv way iIi-Ik ieul, they are keenly
conscious ot it.
They fully understand what is the
proper standard ot' a newspaper. If that
standard is a lofty otic, they rally to il
rather than turn away from it. They
teecpt it as a guitlc, and expect that it
lie hoi ne loftily. The very suggestion
if the ('.lobe that its existence might
nave been prolonged by lowering its
standard proves the depth ol the iniscon
,'eption of the cililor. Apart Iroin the
lair-mess management of the paper, nl
.vliieh we know nothing, we would ven-
uie the opinion that tnc laiuire 01 mi -
i.terprise was due largely to the raising
il'a false standard that ol sensational -
s,n. which is foreign to tin- tastes and
laliiis of a quiet conservative people.
to their paper for truth, toi
nl, n illation, lor advice, not sensation.
Hid while si, lid steady going journals
nay bear unfa vorable couir.tol with the
lash and briiiiaucy of more vivacious
ivals, they will remain to guide with
their more steady light, w hile the pyro
technic displays of the sensational school
juickly sputters out ils llashy gloiics.
iiwl dies in ignominious the kucss.
Hut the editoi of the t'dolic m.inlully
would not accept the allei native of low
riiiL; hi- standard, and went down with
.lis llag living.
are surprisci! that so astute, and
il:.o so liberal, a journal ;i tin Spring
icld Republican should I n a moment
lave lent ear to the inc'icilii Ic , il lint llia
ici' his, story narrated by a eieliil"iis, ot
.vorse, young woman teaching school in
h'laudo, l'la..iu a letter in family friends
n Mai-saehiisel'.s. 'f lie story is e iilcntly
.vrillen tinder the inline -nee nt an iniposi
inn practiced upon credulity, or is the
esiill ol ilelilicr.ilc pin pnM' to pc rpet uale
X'Slilig liail Iccllllg lielweell the sections.
.Ye w ill, ill tins latter case', be w iliim; to
AaLtei that she is onenl I hoe school
narilis whose enlhusi imu tn leach the
icgnie-s i.iii'lalle and !i"inralile plil
misc. has k-il her in l'!nn i, ami whose
ifii.uuliropic t.ni.t' iciMll l as led her to
U'ck anil picier nec;rn asneialioll, in
,v!;ie Ii c.im'sIic has iiictirreil the nsiraeisui
l:e a e age w it h uei ti muiie. nr her pen.
: K i st i ii y annul the bitter hate of the
wl'ilcs In 1 1 ;t- negrncs, the wholesale
'til, ! ic i ies. the- ci uel j net! laii lies practiced
!tp in tile uegio ministe rs, remind us ton
i.'tvil'iy ot' Tourgct 's sloi ies of similar
ilinchiy lial a in cities, such as dragging
lilli e ll linilie's - I de ad negroes nut of a
i.inpniiil into which they were thrown
i li:e 'nnic w liites, not to reeognie
: lie s; ii e i v.-i I ami ilig smile of his own sec
t ii ' ii nt the same malignant and nicllda
cimis temper. No doubt the fearful story
's vc. nl with full laith at the New bug
l.n.il lire sides wil hoiit t he remotest idea
ili.it they are reading what would have
the approval of Baron Munchausen hiin
m Ii as a specimen of line invention.
We give the Massachusetts young wo
man the benelit of the publicity in this
section she might not have asked for.
She says :
The court is in session here at Live
Oak and several colored men arc on trial
lor murder. Some of them have killed
others in self-defense and should be ae
ipiitieil. but the whites hate them so bit
teily that they stand readv to Ivnch
them unless thry are sentenced to be
hanged. The jail was guarded all last
night, and although nothing serious oc
curred there was much excitement. The
herilf is one who is inclined to have just
ice done, and a gang of men went to his
house and ealicd lor him. lie hid himseli
or they would probably have taken his
life. There happened to be two colored
ministers on the street, and they made
ctreal sport ot them, causing one to kneel
dow n and pray ami the other to dance.
Within the past year nineteen murders
have been committed in this district
alone, and it stems as if the present ex
citement will have some serious ending.
In the county adoiiiiit? tins, I under
itand that titty 1'niteil Slates marshals
have been sen! down to keep the peni-c.
Tlie law is a dead letter here so far as the
colored man is concerned. 1 expect that
the wiutes are intimidating and abusing
the blacks with a view to keeping them
back at the coming elections. If the ieo
ple become very much infuriated asthey
a re not at all friendly to us wc may sui
ter in some wav. too.
Hr. 1'arkcr I'rays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ougaliuc and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at I-'. I.. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found,
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood slicks, nail scissors, tiles and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet artic les, in addi
tion to the Iiclie Sodo l-'ountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and I'atton avenue.
Mr. liinuiet Nichols, sou of cx-Cou-gressman
John Nichols, of tlie Kalcigh
district, died in Washington.!). C, Satur
day night, of hetirt disease. lie was
buried in Kaleigh on Monday. The de
ceased was appointed a cadet at West
Point during the congressional term of
his father two or three years ago, but
tailed to pass the examination on ac
count of his phvsicnl disability. He was
a bright, promising young man and his
untimely death is to "be deplored.
We invite you to sceourstockund com
pare prices, at Whitlock's, corner Gaele
Whisky is reported steady, although
imbiliers rarely are.
Syrup of FiicH.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California tigs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of olants
known to be most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, on the kidnevs,
liver and bowels, etlcetuallveleansing the
system, dispelling colds aiid headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
St 2 I
; A,;iin v ciill your special
iiittciiliou to the cclcbriitcd
j Morrow Shoes, which have
: stood the lest for many years
il'or Di ifAiuiJTV. for Kxcki.-
! I.KNCi: OK STY1.K, forCoM l'OHT
i AXI K.XACTX KSS Or
equal in quality, style and tit
lo any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no 1 rouble to suit
you in size
Nor any t rouble to sell you
afi'ain in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kinds of Shoes
of every dei-'Vable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
j Come and examine our
iji'oods: it will not cost you a
We want you lo call and
trade wit Ii us. wit h the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRY (iOODS.
Hats and ( 'lotliinirnhvnyson
hand at astonishingly low
Itostic Ilros. & Wright
HOOKS AND STATIONIiHV,
I'leTt Kl;S A N 1 1 I'KAMES,
l- ANC V ('.III His.
iii.amc iiookh, i:vi:hv(;kadk,
IiilI.l.S, TOYS AMI ('.AMI'S.
AVI'.STKRJI N. C. StKNDS,
22 8. Main Street.
If you want a yood I'm-
at is warranted not
to CItACIv call on
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han
dles different, ''you know."
from anyone else's.
,-iO-IIOKSIi HOILBK AND HNGINIi.
I'OW T.R MORTISKK AND BOKHK,
FOOT I'OWUR MORTISKK,
SI CTION FAN,
OAK, ASH, WAI.NI'T, CHKRRV, IMNB
AND POPLAR Ll MniiR,
NEW HKRRINC. SAFK.
W. E. WILLIAMSON &-S0N,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Rev. C. J. Gibson, D. D., Petersburg,
Va.. says: I have used Mrs. Joe Person's
Remedy in my own family, and it gives
me pleasure to say it has proved a valu
able Tonic and Purifier ot the Blood, and
if thoroughly tested, I think will remove
many cutaneous disorders.
Chi-rchill J. Gibson,
Petersburg, Va., Junuary 10, 1888.
n o o ci o n o o
i o o o o o ( o
business at the "Hir
Racket Store" has in
creased so much within
the past two weeks,(sinco
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 ;oods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And sell at prices guar
anteed to lie the lowest
ill town, lla vin a force
of salesmen and sales-la
dies, the tedious waits
that our patient patrons
have had to endure are
no loiifi-er necessary; so
come on, you shall lie po
litely served, without de
lay, and sent uway with
(SKO. T. JONKS &. CO.
o o oo o o o o
Meals at all Hours. HR-ctric
Cartt Pas tlie Door.
I tnke pli-jiHtire in nnmiunctiiK the Ovnter
St-ason of issit-'im has oitcned, nm! my tnnjr
fxixriencc in tlu- huniiicsn justifies me in
itftsurinK the public tlint I enn please nntl tai
isfy ull eustomiTH. I will si rve oysters in thf
I lent style, and dealing only with reliable
hutiKCH, can offer the tinvsi hi valves (in the
market. Try our
Or I'an Roast. Boston Hay Stews n special t v.
Ureal care will lie taken with all orders I
se'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
can he had. I receive shipment direct from
packers every nfternoon. Chnrpcs renson
uhle. My rcstaurunt is also supplied with
BIRDS, fiAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Kprriul Mtrntiiin Klvrn tn liidy
eustumrril. fnlltr line utUnthf Wlliu-rs.
Iloanl I- dii.v, week or iiumth with or with
out ruutua. It' yon wutit tlu- lit-st the market
iitlonts cull on
K. STRAl'SS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
! PRIVATE BOARD,
i NliW IIOl'RB! NliWLV FfKNlSHIil) I
A 1.1. MODIiKN IMPKOVHMUNTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
.jlinC'.' ill v
v Inri'e house, 31S I'atton avenue. Wiirm.
emnfortnhle rooms. tin utreet car line
ocixdf.m MKS. J. I.. SMATI1KKS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Ilns removed to the Johnston Huildinjr, I'ati
ton Hvciuie, corner ot Church street, where
she is prepared tu keen nutdtir or transient
hoarders. Table furnished with the best ilte
market affords. Terms rvasonnblr . miir31mfi
J. V. SCHARTLE,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aiient for Ke.-ins Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . Asheville, N. C.
WM, R. PENlMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Abbeville, N. C.
f. O. Box I.
Mosuic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Grates, KntiKes and Boilers set.
Buildings moved anil repaired in first class
Sewerage. Drainage and traps fur the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square,
Asheville, N. C. mayModly
THliHU IS Nl)
Royal Road to Fortune,
HI T Yl)t' CAN
AND lit'Y Yul'K
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
l-'lilil). liTC. FROM
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.
The undersigned may Ik- found in Shank's
new building, one door west ol J, F. Wood
bury's stable, on College Mrest. They are
prepared to manufacture carriages, buggies,
wagons, nnd anything else in their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing arc specialties.
They hnve secured the servicesof Henrv Pow
II, and would Iw pleased to receive a lilerul
share of patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed.
jul3 dftm BPRNETTB & HOWARD.
Por irentlrmen. A nrrfrct ahoe nr n mnHmt
cost- Try a pair of our ipecinltici in gentle
mrn'i footwear, atSR.OO, $4.UO, $3,30, $2.99,
$a fiO and 2.CK). Bvery pair warrnnted. Kx
amine our necialtiea for ladies at $4.00.
IJOO II AO onH 9 IUI f '
fort, durability and style.
msiai un nYinK me anginal m a. fackard
& Co.'i Shoes. The genuine have oar staran
IM Winm nf ,.!. -L. u A. . . .
any part of the L 8. on receipt of price. M.
A. PACKARD & CO., Brockton, Mass. Por
ale in Asheville by
H. REDWOOD & CO.
augl 1 deod Hmos an wc rri
n wiiu un mivrr i 'urn roid, JURl
opposite J. 8. Burnett's. A fine site for a suw
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oaks, w th beantifnl
views of mountains and the city. A rare
chance to buy such a piece of land with nice
clear Bprinm gushing from the hill. Terms
easy and price low
BOSTIC, BLANTON & CO.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
Fall term begin Sept. 25. Thontih in
str 'ction in Ivnglish, French, Music and Cal
isthenics by exK'neneed tenchers.
sep 7 d.'tm
Kiisnsh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4-0 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(For many years Associate I'riuciput of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of compentent teachers.
The course of instruction includes the usual
Knglish branches with French and Latin.
Extras Music, Herman. Art Needle Work,
I'nintinjf on China, 1'jtminK and Riding.
Special attention given to the training ot
little girls. nugl dm
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania County
One of the finest anil bent located farms in
Western N. C, miles from the thriving town
of Brevard, the county scat of this Transyl
vania county. The buildings arc all in g-od
n pair, consisting of a large two story dwell
ing house, with 13 rooms, carriage house, ice
house, and in fact, allnecessary outbuildings.
Stotage room lor LTiO tons of hay and sta
bling for lOO head of cattle A very substan
tial and convenient mu'e stable, with acco.ni
moilation for Id mules.
This farm contains KHO acres, of which Sim
acres are bottom, lying on the French Brond
river, and in a very hijth slate of cultivation.
1 H aires of tliis is will st t in meadow red
top :r herds gniss. Of the remaining f30
acres, loo acres are in upland pasture finely
sei with n mixture of grasses. Plenty ol
handsome oaks for shade in pasture land.
Blight running strcninsof puie wnteririevcvv
held The remai dir is in woodland, with
all the diticrcnt varieties tl" timber --locust,
chestnut, oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches tind posioihec. haily
mail. FiltiTii miles iVom (U-ndcrsonville and
Ufi tnilcs troui Atdivvjllc. and on or very ii'-ar
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, Asht-
illc am) Baltimore railroad.
So such I arm for it size can be found in this
State or any other State, lor value, beauty
and desirability every way.
For price and particulars apply to or ad
Xatt Atkinson & Son,
Ashcvillc. N. C.
P. S.-ANo two other small but very desir
able tracts near bv at low (iuun.8.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at H.'J'A n. in. F.ndiug It) MO p. in.
Car leaves Stjunrc lor Ik-pot every hourand
Car leaves Square for Melke's 7 minutes
after each hour.
Car le.ives Si inure lor Oouhlcduy 7 minutes
after each hall hour.
Car leaves Mepot for Square 7 minutes be
fore each hour and half hour.
Car leaves Melke's for Square 7 minutes be
fore each half hour.
Car Uavi-s Iiuublcday for Square 7 minutes
before eai h hour.
Passengers trom Poubleday for Melke's,
and vice versa, transfer at Company's yard.
Baggage -5 cents for each piece curried on
Waiting Kooin tor Ladies at Messrs. Her
ring i: Weaver's. No. Pntion uvenue.
( )bserve signs on ouisidir of car for its des
tination. Train car meets each train.
One valise allowed each passenger on pass
TUB AS11KY1L.I.K STKlCliT K Y. CO.
FOR THIS WEEK
We are going to offer some real good Bar
gains in our line. Heavy Nickel and Brass
Coach Harness, 1 14 Trace, Full Patent
Leather Collar, $M7..ri, former price $0 ;
Single Buggy Harness, Bavis mounting $25,
nickel $17..r0. In
For both ladies and gentlemen, we are tfoinK
to sell nt New York prieeH, net. I.ndieH' Side
Saddle, full pi neat, and Skirt, $40; next
ipiality$30; Men's Imoortid i;nulili Tree,
lint sent, $3ll, formerly $3S. For Horse
lllatikeu atul Whips we are headquarters.
Full Whulcliunc Whin $1.50 to IHU.SU. Hrst
HuKtiy W hip in town for 7Se. (lood Buj'Ky
Cushions $1. Special prices in whips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Uireet from the MANI'FACTI'KKK nnd enn
sell them ch'-aper than anv one in town. El
heron, nil wool, in yellow and brown, KUxN2.
$li) K-r pair, sold last year for $1."; Fawn
7lixHO, solid eolors, $s per pair, sold for $10
Inst season. We have them in till styles and
pi-iees to $a.7" ier pair.
These are sH-eial ptices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
All eye fitted and tit puuranteeU. A com
plete stock of the above goods at
GRANT'S DRIG STORK,
24S01TH MAIN STKKKT.
Oculists' Prescriptions a specialty.
W. 0. WOLFE.
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lototdtaitftl. juKtreecived. LarKe lolol
Tabletn and Slab,, very low for rash. You
will nave money hy ealling on me before pur
cha.inK. Warrroom Wolfe HuildinK, 8. B. Court
TUB LAROBST AND BKST EBl'II'l'BU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcrcek & Co.
CONt t-TIN(l CHKUIHT AND HIKIM) KNOvKKV.
Analraea of Metal.. Ore., Coal or Coke Min
PRICB LIST ON API'LIC.VTION.
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FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At thr Bunk ol' Aihevillr,
ASHUV1LLB, N. C.
KrprcHciit i he following i-ompnirira. vix.
-'IKK. CAHH AWKTH IN
Anlo Nt-viula. ol Cniilnrnia
Contini'titfil. of N-v N'onl 4.M7fl
IlnnilmrK-Hrt-iiicii.ol c.erninny 1,1 21),
London Asmirantf. of HnKlnud 1.S-1.'I,
NinKnrn, of N.-w York M.y.'lT,
orient, of Hartford 1,M7,
l'htvnix. of Hiooklvn 5,ur4,
St. 1'aul Fin- nnd Miirlnr, of Min
Southern, of New Orleans 4:u,
Western, ol Toronto 1,03,
:iuiuni Aeeinent AttHoelution.
.4-:tnu Life InHurnnce Company,
Waltbk U. Kwvn, V. V. Wkst.
GVVYN & WEST,
(Successors to Walter B.Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at &
Notary Pubde. Comml'smtu-nt otllrnvx.
OFFICIi HoutlieHHt Court Nquarr.
Real Kstale Brokers,
And s Investment i Aifent.n.
Offiees: L'4 A, 'JG Patton Ave. Seeond rioor.
The Best are
Farrell & Co.,
aulll) d& wim
Real Estate lor Sale.
The property '.flown as the "Mimliin llon
'!!'.. l,"!!";rt,J h" )" "Uhdlved intnplen
tlid bmldiiiK lots, and i. now otlired lor .ale.
Three of these lolnfrontSouth.upon Wood
hn street. Tliev are thf most desirable lots
and are the lowest priced lots in town, when
you take intoconsidcrntion theirlocHtlon.etr.
1 wo lots front on Charlotte stictt.nndone
of these- has a "larue. handonie old man
sion upon it, surrounded bv beautiful oak
trees. 'I he house is worth more than is asked
lor the place.
The other is n comer lot and is one of the
most beniililul unimproved lots in Ashcvillc.
hat nilikca this property particularly de
sirable is its location upon the Line of the
Street Kailwny, its nearness to churches,
schools, business, etc. It is on the electric
liKht line, sewer line, uns line, etc. It is nenr
the CoIU-kc mill is in one of the best neigh
borhoods in the city.
This property has been put into my hands
to sell, cither at private sale or public auc
tion. All llttu .,. s.,1.1 1... !... ..f I,
ber will be sold by me ut 'thut time.
I. S. WATSON,
Real Estate Agent.
PIEDMONT AIR .IiaL '
RICHMOND & DANVILLE &B.,(3a
Passknokr Iikpaktiuii .
Westera North Caroling MviKna
I'ASSl'.NOIiR TRAtH RCHRIilinK.
il. t:i'n-.cT ski'T. L".ii:
75th Meridian time usi-d when nojtherwise
kastiioi-mi. No. 5t
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" New York. I
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We take pleasure in finnouneim.
fet l,rw1.d:"V "Vf ul "'K-no?
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and Asheville and t a.h',nKt,,a1"
9. on the follovinK .ehcdllte :
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trth and Bust.
.- being- operated
xville on tliese
after tlie com.
Cllnr -., I
In J..,- . e.mnect Mint
The i. ;r- tM"?u ,n y,u-5
I train, will oe di.con.ni.(4
No. 50 and 51, l,iin,J
t.reen.boro and M,jrrito
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JA8. L. TAYLOR. O; P.- Jf
A.hevilk, N. C.
I I I 11 BottU o-
V rant mutrtt
easca. and tke otili,P-l
prevent youe bci'afc:i
riictnc Free. We war
.ledy to cure the wont
ucian. whodo thi. to
ipoaed upon bv men
who are not Doctor.,
hi ao reaaoj lor oot
lite Bzpms and Post
. you nothina. Addles,
a, 891 Broadway, New
Beean other. fiAtod
uung thi. medic.. 1