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Tl'LSDAY. NOVI-MUI-k 10, 1NH0.
THE VACAM11.H V'llM.l.IK
The Ntws-OliscrviT ofihclTih make
the follir.vu.j; important amimtnermetu :
Governor Fowlc yesterday appnintu
Associate Justice A. S Mcrrim n Chic
Justice of the supreme court of' Nortl
Carolina to succeed t lie late Chief Justice
Smith. Jiultfe Walter Clark, of the su
perior court bench, was appointed t
S'ueced Justice Merrimou ;is Asoeial
Justice. Spier Whitaker, Hsq., was a
)ointed npun the superior court heucl
to succeed Judye Clark.
All t hi t c of the new appointee; hav
accepted and have been cutnmissioncd
They will probably he sworn in to-nuu
Governor Fowlc in this importaii
matter has acted promptly. No one cai
say he has acted hastily ; for haste in;
plies the possibility of mistake. There u
none, we think, in the acti"ti he ha
taken. Every gentleman named in tht
ahoy. list has won his honors fairU
Chief Justice Mcrrimon's career h.is beei
one of continuous advancement in pro
lessional repute and humus through Oh
force of strong native aliiilty. inticxi'tK
purpose, studious and persistent dev.
tion to his profession, blameless eharae
ter and incorruptible integrity. lie is ;
splendid iliustratiou of what can b
aciiieved by such a character and such .
course of conduct over the hardships o
early adverse fortune. It must he ;
proud reflection to him and his friend
that ihe humble boy of Transy Ivani;
has been lifted by his own merits to Oh
highest judicial honors in the jif't of th
people of North Carolina.
Indue Clark, adviiuced from the su
perior court bench to the post of Asso
ciate Justice of the supreme court, i
worthy of the hih honor. More happ;
in Ins youthful fortunes than Judye Mei
rimon, he yet may be considered the arcli
itect of his own fortunes; for disdainin:
a life that miht have been one ofeas
and indoleiicc, he preferred reliance upoi
his own enerks, ami made a laudalili
ambition for the acquisition of a lott;
name the ruling purpose of his life. Hi
independence of character, his courajjeoti;
reliance upon his own judgment and re
source had peculiar cxamplilitation ii
the late war. when, at the aj;c of four
teen, lie entered the army as drill master
subsequently Adjutant of Gen. Matt Kan
sum's regiment, and closing his military
career as Colonel of the Junior Reserves
no boy's play, for he was conspicuous!;,
mentioned for gallantry in the ban
louyht fields of S.inrpslmrjr and Fred
cricksbur!;. lie graduated at Chape
Hill with the first honors, and subse
quently entered upon On study of law.
In that profession he quickly establishc
reputation. lie has always been a elos
student, both in law and in literature,
and has a taste and a mind exqmsitcl
cultivated. His career on the superioi
court lu nch, to which lie was appointo
by Gov. Scales in lNNo, has been a re
markable one for the fearless discharge oi
his duty, the iiah xiblc enforcement of thi
rtiks of the courts, as well as tor lenn
hi.;, fairness, patience and courtesy. Then
is an assurance that whcujnde Clatk
presidt s the court will be respected,
and that justice will lie done, and thai
promptly and impartially.
Mr. Spier Whitaker. now of Kalcib.
but formerly of Ilalihix comity, is a gen
tieuiau learned in the law, a man si
prominent as sure to have come to tlu
front in honorable and conspicuous way.
He has had large experience in public af
fairs, as lawyer, legislatorand politician
and is a man of marked purity and ele
vation of character.
The r.ppointnu uts are all excellent. No
doubt they will all meet general ap
proval. Made so soon after the deatl
of Chiel Justice Smith which was in fact
imperatively necessary much heart
burning has been avoided, which would
inevitably have been the ease had timt
been given to aspirants from all parts oi
the State to have presented their claims
The reports of a revolution in Prazil.
and the substitution of republican for im
perial government, comes upon the world
like a clap of thunder out of a clear sky.
The political atmosphere of that im
mense South American expanse has been
up to this Ime as calm and undisturbed
as the skies that beam down upon it, in
fusing genial life and indolent luxuriance
upon all upon which it beams, rarely dis
turbed by storm or tempest, and harmo
nizing the work of man and the influ
ences of nature in happy peaceful blend
ing. Unlike all the other American States ol
latin origin, Hrazil has passed its nrnrly
four centuries of Portuguese settlement
in comparative tranquilty. It lias had
its vicissitudes, its changes of govern
ment, of rulers and of allegiance. But
the changes have been like the shifting ol
the scenes in a theatre, and with as little
turmoil. The Spanish discoveries of the
country early in 1500 antedated those ol
the Portuguese only a few months; but
when the latter planted their colonies at
eligible points along the const, the Span
iards, usually sojealousand so tenacious,
interposed no objection. And Portugal
was possessed of a rich and growing col
ony, until one day. a ceutury and a halt
after the occupation of the country, the
Dutch, dispossessed of some of their
most important footholds iu toe East
Indies, came along, and ousted the Port
uguese in Brazil, and be Id it for three
acquisition seems tohnve been bloodless;
so appears to have been the expulsion of
tde Dutch. And thenceforth from the
middle of the 17th century Uracil, re
stored to the arms ot the mother coun
try, had an uneventful, but a prosperous
existence. It reappeared upon the pages
t history when it was complicated with
the stirring transactions of Iiuropo. i he
K'cupatiou of Spain by the armies of
Napoleon in 1SUS made the same late
nevitable tor Portugal ; and the house
)fHraganza quietly slipped away, .and
transferred the whole Portuguese royal
family and the Portuguese sceptre to
Rio tie Janeiro. The loyal colony wel
comed their king right royally; and in
estimony of the fidelity oi its people, in
lS15,John was crowned King of Port u
'al, Brazil and Algarve, those solidifying
m one interest a Kuropcan and an Anu r
,au empire. In lN.il John wasrecallui
o Portugal; and soon after, the Cortex.
inmindful ot past loyalty of the liraii-;
ans, and their equal rights as citizen "I
i common empiic, passed mcasuies that
elegated them to the condition ot m
iciident and helpless Colonists. Tiii'v
ipou, the lirazilimis declared their iiuU
.endence, set up an empire of their own,
itul placed upon the throne Pom Pedro,
he father of the present or la it cm
cror, son of King John, and the change
vas quietly acquiesced in.
If the news be true, the last scion o!
oyaltv has perished oil the Vcst rr.
teuiispherc. The last preceding exan.ph
ee had was the unfortunate Maximilian
n Mexico. In the same country, lorty
ears before. IinrUdc.a native ruler, had
entmed on the same bold experiment,
aeeting the same fate.
Kepuhlies, the new modern ideal oi
;ovcrnment, seemed to hae been def
ined to have tluir full, unembarrassed
llusiraiion on the whole Western lumis
diere. almost from pole to pole.
Spc-iikiiu.' of l lu- iuinir.il yi-:,hh .t
oi tli Ciii'iiiiii.i. tin- Wil'iiiii'Loii Mcssvii
,cr ri'Krs liolh to ihe :inl liic ,i:iUi
is likely to If pic-iminuitk prominent
n the I'liuuv. Tin- 1;iiut h.is lor iiniuv
curs Kiit Us pl.-uc in iililiciiitcrisl,coii
ineil, however, to tile eoiiiitiet. of whieli
ve spoke ;t few ilavs iio. We linvc oftui
houylit that tlie lian ie liiouiitain!-,
vhieh, tiinj; in Kaiuii'lpli eoni.ty, pris
outliwaril tlii-onli Monlomei v into
lanly ami then disappear, merit more
eseareh than tliey have lia.l. ri;eseniiiin
ains, if they can lie e.illnl Mieh, rise to
in elevation oi from 1 .'oo to 1 . 1 u t feet
ilnive the level of tlie sea. They are rttj;
;eil, roeky, comparatively harren, and
thinly inhnlriud. ll is at points alony
his chain tliat nnu-iiold hasheen lound.
nit chielh in M. .111 li'.iuery ami Stanly,
n both ol v hie'n mill, s ha'.e Ikvii worketl
r lilly years or m-.-re. fiie iceent rieii
iseoveries prow liiat the field, so lar
r ill hci ,u ell.u;sud, provi s to lie nineh
ieher than il vassi:pp"sil to have been;
mil the probabilities are that science and
apitai W'll be dirii-ted to u to such e
entaswiil make astonihini' deelop
neiit in the the production of nhl.
In regard to eoai vc are inclined to
: hink tliat uc ai e in the infam y ot' dis
overy. h has iouc; been known to exist
u 1 cc! ri er ,i 1 le y iu whal are known
is the Chatham coal fields: and the
.vypt mine, the i'a ylor and ihe Murchi--nii
mines, opened before the war. proved
' he quantity as wcil as the quality to
uehixicul as to promise :rcat lulure
uijMii tanee. These depiisiis arc found
in the rcat saiidsioue basin, the bed ol
i former inland sea, which, beiniiini; at
i point hail a mile-south ot Oxford, in
.iranvilic county , extend southwest witii
i varying width ol Iroiu tnrce to nine
miles a. loss the Slate, disappear iu Lau-
ester county . South Carolina. I rolis
sors ( Ihnstead, Muchell and Kerr all
doubted the existeiac ol coal anywhere
lse than where already found m this
oasin. With less eoloieal lore than
possessed by these 'elltieniail, we have
leeii presumptuous euonyh to think that
si arch for coal would be rew arded else
vhcrc; lor coloieal eomiitions appear
to be similar through ilk- whole extent
of the basin.
The 1'an river basin is mueh smaller,
but it g'ves promise of rich reward to
The coal wdiich the Messenger says is
found on the lands of Mrs. Guion on the
Capc I:ear river, in Bladen citiuty, wt
ihink will prove to be lignite, not coal
proper. We remember to have found ti
deposit of this substance on thai river
in making a trip down it twelve years
ago, nnd we incline to the opinion that
this is the oulv substance resembling coal
to be found it that formation.
While the Alliance may incidentally be
come an important factor in politics, we
have no idea that it will seek exislenceas
a distinct political party. In its com
position there are politicians too shiewd
and too experienced to be led into the
formation of any third party. There isn
necessity lor two great parties iu this
country originating iu diverse construc
tion ot the constitution, and ericiuattd
by collateral i sues growing out of those
diversities. Whatever of good to be at
tained or w rong to lie eomballed, will be
found within those two parties. What
ever parties spring up outside of thosi
two leading bodies will lie found to Ik
mere factions, temporarily strong, per
haps, but sure to fail in the end, localise
almost invariably they prove to Ik in the
interests of men who seek in other com
binations, the achievement of ambitious
purposes unattainable in their own
ranks. The rank and file of the Alliance
in this State, from the very nature of the
organization are farmers. We know the
very large majority of these farmers are
democrats. We believe that the princi
ples of democratic policy ure shaped di
rectly to the interests of the farmers; we
believe the good of the formers will be
best stistuiued oy ndherence to the policy
of the democratic party; we believe that
outside of that party they will achieve
nothing tbey mUht proui se to attain by
distinct existence. Believing this, and be
lieving that the great body of the farmers
agree with as, we have no apprehension
oi tlM hnutki tit tints' rfi
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
Aniiin wt'cnll your KH'ial
iittt'iition In tin ct'lcbnitt'd
Morrow Shoes, wliich have
stood tlu' test for nii'ui.v years
i'or Iri:.iiiuTY. for Exci:n
i . i : ,( v. ok Styi.k, for Com font
and Kx.utxf.ss of Fit, beiiifi'
equal in quality, style and fit
to any Fine Shoes made.
"We carrv the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor anv trouble to sell you
ao'.-tiu in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every desVnble 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 and
trade with us, with the assur
ance that yon will be treated
weU on all occasions.
A full line of !i!Y (iOODS.
Hats and Clot hiiinalwayson
hand at astonishingly low
Slostic Kros. & Wrijjlit
HOOJvS AMD STATIONERY,
I'lc'TCKliS ANll 1-KAMBS,
iii. tMi iiooKH, i;vi:rv(.rade,
I' lI.I.st, TOYS ANll CAMUS,
WICSTICKN IS. C. HCKNICft.
Illl'lll I'lUlTllliRAI'lllC ANll HANII
I'AIN T till,
ix H. Itlaiii Street.
If vou want a aood Fin-
bi'ella that is warranted not
to CRACK call on
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dles different, "you know,"
from anyone else's.
FOR SALE !
SO-HOKSI! BOII.KK ANll ENCINB.
POWER MOKTISKK AND BORP.H,
FOOT POWKR MORT1SUR,
OAK, ASH, WALNUT, CHERRY, PINE
AND POPLAR LUMBER,
NEW HKKRINR SAFE.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
ept2 d&w I'm
Mr. Jn. Carter Arringtod, of Ring
wood, N. C, wan cured by Mrs. Joe
Person's Remedy, of a sore on his face,
which had been troubling; hint for Years.
In size and nppearnnce it resembled a
strawberry, and was perfectly raw.
For full particulars of his case send for
pamphlet ta Mrs, Jot Pknoa, Klttrcili
We haven't changed our
"ad." in ThkCitizkx for some
days; not because we had
nothing to say, but just be
cause we haven't had the
time. Our store has been full
of peopleevery day. our trade
has never been so large, and
we are glad to he able to say
that notwithstanding- the
influx of new stores, and the
large stocks of goods, the
"liig Racket Store" retains
all its old friends and adds
new ones daily. The reason
is plain and easy of under
standing. We warrant every
thing we sell to be as repre
sented, or ire yv're you buck
your money. We underbuy
anybody in Asheville. and can
easily undersell anyone. We
sell more shoes than Ihe Shoe
Store Ihc;iusi' ire sell tlii'in
rlit'njH'i; and we sell as good
Shoes as any store in tin
city. We sell Clothing-cheaper
than a Clothing Store, nuri
more of it. Tinware at half
prices, Glassware and house
hold using things so much
cheaper than others that
people wonder how we get
them. That doesn't matter;
we have them, and they are
yours with a good title when
you bring thecash. Kibbous,
Tips, I'.irds and Wings, we
have always sold at less than
half of Millinery Store prices,
and carry three times us
large stocks. While our line
of Dress Goods is not as large
as some, what we have has
been bought at such prices
that we can easily sell them
lower than others, and still
make some money on them.
Hats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Stockings (fast black and
cheaper grades), Quilts, Blan
kets, Shawls, Mats, Rugs,
Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags,
Hoods, Caps, Furs, Curtains,
Poles, Shades, are among
our leaders. No well posted
citizen of Asheville buys any
of these things without pric
ing ours, and we would have
the country people and those
who live in near-by townsen
joy the same privilege. We
sold more Christmas goods,
presents, etc., last Christmas
than any other store in Ashe
ville, and shall be fixed for a
large trade this year. We
shall have a big line for
you to select from, and shall
be able to fit goods to any
pocket book from a nickel to
as high as you want to go.
Don't buy ANYTHING until
you have been to the "Big
Backet Store." No trouble
to show goods, and we don't
get mad if you don't buy.
We want you to see what a
complete "Department Bar
gain Store" the "Big Backet"
is. Our variety of goods and
the size of our stock would
do credit to a city of 25,000
inhabitants. Come and see
us, and if prices and goods
don't suit you, dou't buy
but be sure to come.
aao. t. Jo.NUd co. i
Kl'ROPKAN PL IN.
Mtals at all Hours. Klcctric
Carp Pass tHe Door.
I tkr pl nsurc in MMniiimin: lh(-" OvuU-r
f -i Mtu''iri has iilii'ir.'d, and my lonir
cxprriener in (lie liiiincM iusdfus im in
iixnirinx ihe uuli'ie lial ' l'"n Plmre 0,1,1 ""
!f.. n .,.,.,, I will serve oi (er in (tie
hcit style, nnd dinliiiB onlv vith reliable
houses, can oiler (lie fims( lilvflives on me
market. Try our
Or Pan Komt. nos(.m ItiiySUwsaspciiaKv.
GreiU care will lie (aken with all orders I
sc'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
eanliehnd. I receive shipments direet from
packers every afternoon. CharRCS reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all tiim-s. Special attention jtlveil to lady
customers Polite nnd attentive winters.
Hoard by day. week or month with or with
out rooms. II vou want the best (he market
alVords call on
K. STRAUSS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NliW IKICSB! NKVL KIKNISHlilM
ALL MOIIKRN IMTROVUMKNTS.
MRS. N. II. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood S(rcet.
A Inrcc house. 31B 1'nHon avenue. Warm,
comtordiblc rooms. (In street car line.
octs dlim MRS. J. L. 8MATHERS.
MRS. S. STIiVKISSON
Has removed to the lohnston HuililiiiK, I'af
ton avenue, corner ol Church street, where
she is prepared to keep reRular or transient
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market atfords Termsreaorinlle infirlllmll
J. W. SCIIAUTLE,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Atftnt for Rct-mn Cwlt Woolen Mills
Anhcvi1k N. C.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Abbeville, 2S. C.
P. U. Box P.
6ENERALC0NTRAGT0R AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work aspccinlty.
Grates, fiances and Boilers set.
Buildinfis moved and repaired in first class
Sewerage, DrainuKf and traps tor the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wollt Building. Court House Square,
Asheville, N. C. mny:U)dly
THE LAKt.HST AMUtKST FOl'IPPKl) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSCI.TINd CH KM 1ST ANll MINING KMilNHKKS.
Analyses of Metals fires, Coal or Coke, Min
eral Waters, l-'ertilizers, etc.
PRICE MST ON Al'I'l.ICATlON'.
Mining property investigated. develoed,
bought and sld.
Samples can be tnt by mail or ex: ress. If
sent by express, charges must be prepaid,
AtfcniR wanted in every place.
UK. II. C. WOLTCRK K,
nov5 d.Vwly Manager.
JO THE PI'MLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shank's
new building, one door west ot J. F. Wood
bury's stable, on College trcst. They ar
prepared to manufacture enrriapes buggies,
wagons, nnd anything else in their line. Re
pairing nnd horse-shoeing nre specialties.
Thev have secured the (tcrvicrsof Henrv Pow
ell, and would ite pleased to receive a liberal
snare oi putronage. at.staction gtinrnnteeu,
jul3 dlim IH7RNETTR Hi. HliWAHD.
V Liquor Habit. ,
mm me worno muesturofttuge
DHM)fES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It . -i k .slven Im nf raffceer t, mr l.i rtf.
ele or . without the knowledt of the patirnt, it
neceanary. 1: le abeolutelr barm 1ms mn iU effect
permanent ;.d epeedr oare. whether taepetlent ; a
mod era. j drinker or an alrenolio wreck. IT NKVEU
FAILH. It operate ao quietly end wtth such cer
tainty tuat the patient nnderffoea no tneonvenlenoe,
avid era he la aware, hie oomplete rrormation la
afiaotad. 48 imm book of Dutiauiui
F.L JACOBS. DRUGGIST, AihtV.LLE, N. C
FOB UBl ONLY!
1 DfltfTIVF 'or 108T or FAILDIO KAKHOODt
rUdl 1 11 K Qenerai and NERV0U8 DEBILITT)
PTTTJ "P1 Weakneu of Body and Hind; Effect
VI ' M of Errora or EseeaMi in Old or Young,
Ittani, Ho! MiSMOOn foil. R.lrr4. Maw tm KaUrcTi
UrMiitlieaWKAK.I XIlKVKLOI'KltnHtllS PA KTH e f BUD V
ibMtulrly etalltMt MO It THkATHKNT-Brwau f.
ta UtirV trm 41 imtr, TrrrilartM, ea4 rrrtf CeeMrtoe,
tearaa write tka. Itoofe, rnllrtiUNMUnt mm4 BrvefiatalM
Ull HUICAl U.,iaffAl8B.l
and Tiniiakay IVaH.
Itamirt t hanMWIli
oat pflia. nooknfpav
B H WOHU.RT.U.a.
frhl iMiiwI T hi h t
14 ftcm oTUfid on ftcarrr tmm road, Just
onfKMite I. 8. Biinirtl'f. A fln ftite for A auh.
rlA rc-ldcnce. A titer knoll covered with
clover and mm Aav onks, r-th braatiful
view of aioitntalna And the rlty. A rare
chance to buy aurh a fitece of Innd with nice
dear aprfaira training from tne hill. Tcrata
enaj ua pnee law ,
.7. .m.thieh Price, nnd
"""" - -. 0,0m. . von shoe,
stammd 011 (hem. nnd says they '
ih stv enr K HU vuu ...-- - ,
' id " "hem", nnd says they arc ins, a, pood
rect to the Factory, tor you inn k ' " ;;",,, warranted by anybody ; thcrelore do not
n...ke more profit on unknown shoes that ari not w " . ' ttmt have w. L. DOl'O-
make more iimm on ' "'" ., reoutation. Duv ofjly those tnnt nave v. . u. uui u-
be induced to buy shoes that have no n in '""" n(lv(1S arc sure to Ket full value for your
LAS' name nnd the price stamped 1 n th iniiiiiiMv bl' the wcrcrs ol W. L. DOHOLAS'
,. oncv. Th. usauds of dollars nr. save a., mi ly J lltltton or Lace; I.o.don cap
Shoes'. In onkrini! Ii)' mml ntf ' 'h'r , rivt ,i,c nd width vou wear. I
oe, plain French to , or narrow cap 'J'aVinile in Kreat variety of" widths, .I.e.
can lit anv fool (Hat is not del "mud m rlcct ,ti,fnction or money refunded
and hall sizes. I uuurnntcc a IK. pron pi ui
upon reluru 1
urn ol (lie snoes 11
iaMiliiY 1 :in.
S,000 will be paid to any person who will prove the above statements to be untrue.
ftillowinx lines will be found to lie 01
tit OFNI'INK HANH SKW
OO JSllOC ,!',',. ihnt cost from $7
Till' ORIGINAL ANH
,00 SlstlC ;,Uai. tustom-mndc
c; .-()K l'(ll It l:MI!N. Kailronil AK-nnilll Letter i-amemun v.ci,i ii.i..
Stefc SHOC smooth inside n a hand-scwed shoe. No tncks or wax thread to
I I II,.. IW-I
hurt the feet.
pair ought to wear a
t- t Ycl'TllS' SCHOOL,
3SI.75 5"Re shoe's in the world.
All mailt in Congress, Hulton nnd Lace.
W. 1 Douglas' $3 and $2 Shoes
Iloth Ladies' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to 7, including half sizes, nnd U, C, II, B and
STYLUS OF L.U'IliS' SHOIiS.
"The French opera. " "The Spanish Arch Opera. I he American Common-Sense," "Th
Medium Coniniou-Stnsf." All made in llutton in the Latest Styles.
Also, French opera in Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only.
Consumers should remember that Y. I.. I'OI'llLAS is the largest and only Shoe Mann.
I'aclurcr in Ihe world, supplying shoes direct Irom factory, thus giving all the middle-men's,
prolits to the wearer. ' W. L. Hol'OLAS, llrockton, Mim
I'OR SALIi BY
HERRING & WEAVER.
Street Car Schedule.
IU-tfiininK at S.L';i u. ni. Kiuling p. m.
Cur Icavi! Square tor lKpot every hour and
CnrUavis S(uare for Mvlke'tt 7 mtmitts j
alter eaeh hour.
Car U ves Sipiare i'or Poulileilay 7 miimte
alter each halt lmur.
Car leaves Peput tor Square 7 miniUcs l)e-1
fore c aih lmur ami half hour.
Car li'.ivis Mellu't tor Square 7 miuuten be
fore eiifh half h'inr.
Car Uaves I Kuthleilay for Square 7 minutes
before ea. h hour. '
I'asseiiunti from Ioiiblelav for Melke't. ,
nnd viee versa, transfer at Company s yard,
HajJKaKe '2t cent! lor each pkee carried on ;
Waiting Kioiii for Ladies at Messrs. Ht- ,
riiiK .S: Weaver's, No. :tp PaUoii avenue.
d)serve :lls on outside of ear for its des
Traiii car meets each train. j
one valise allowed each passenger on pass i
T 11 15 AS1IKV1M.K STKlUiT RY. CO.
We are going to oftVr some real guod BAr
gains in our tine. Heavy Nickel and Hniss
Coach Harnctis, l';4 Tmce, Full Patent
Leather Collar, $37. SO, former price $45;
Single lluggy Harness, Davis mounting $25,
nickel $17.50. In
. iWhitmaii saddles,
For btith ladies and gentlemen, we are going
to sell at New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig seat, nnd Skirt, $40; next
quality $'AO ; Men's Imnorud English Tree,
tliit scut, $30, formerly $35. For Horse
Blankets aiul W hips we are headquarters.
Full Whalctmne Whin 1 50 to $'..50. Best
Buj:gy Whip in town tor 75c. C.ood Buggy
Cushions $1. Spt.-uil prices in whips to Liv
erymen in quautiiies. We bought our
Iiircct from the M AM FACTCKliK and can
sell them eh' a per than anv one in town. El
beron. all wool, in ietlow and brown, SL'xHL",
$1( jkt pair, old lust year lor $15; Fawn,
7ixSO, solid colors, $h per pair, sold for $1
Inst season. We have them in all styles and
prices to $2.75 per puir.
These are special prices fur Una week.
K. V. JONES,
34 N. Main SI.
Are AMERICAN, and ihe BEST.
LEADING BUSINESS PEN'S.
Akd No. 76, 117, 1, Am.
LEADING STUB PENS.
And Sm. 119, KM, Obant Fsn.
LEADING LEDGER PENS.
Ano Noa. 101, 606, 080.
LEADINO 8CHOOI, PENS.
Ano No. 833, 444, 1.
Tht Milhr Bro. Cuthry Co., Htridtn, Conn.
Steal Pent, Ink Eraaera and Pocket Cutlery.
FOK BAI.B AT
J. N. Morgan's Book Store.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
Ko. 3 Bantard Building-.
fcohool and College Text
RnnWs. n.fnll Htip. T'npts Hiu.
tory, Romance, Biography,
Travel and Novels, Family
bibles, S. S. liiblea and Test
aments, Oxford Teachers'
Bibles, Song Books of all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
Blank Books and Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
Goods and Polls,
1 nnprsLAS' nnnte aim ine price arc
......ru.,1 nn thr bottom of nil Shoes adver
tised by him before leaving Ms factory; this
inferior goods. If your dealer doe. not keep'
without W. noVGLAnam. and prh
I ,,.,. HP IHHTlvru mcn-w, uuv oviiu 111-
wnnt 1)V tnrr, nmil, potaKe paid. Dealer.
- ol oLASi Ilrocklon, Ma.9.
W. I - DOUGLAS
i V. M T I. K HI K N.
.. b ,,.l, ss call -hoe. will! DonKOln tops.
anil onk it-nlhe- Inn turns 'flie.v nie mude in
L om-rcss. llution :i:.d i.aee on London Cup Toe.
Vnrriiw Cap I ot- aril Plain French rocl.nsts.in
sizes from o to 11. ineb.iliiiK hall le and all
widih- II vou liave been p.iyniK Irom $0 to 8
for shoes ol this quality do not do soionucr. One
pair "ill wear n lm; s two pairs of common
solil by dealt rr that 11" not warranted by the
manii'. tenner. .
Our claims fa- ths shoe over nil other 3 shoes,
ailvrliseil. arc : .
1st It contains belter material.
2d It is more stvlMl, better filtinurnnddurable.
3d. It cives belter emeriti sallslaclioil.
4th It cttsts mure money to nialte.
It saves more money 101 tut. v" ., a
lu by more tleai'-rs tin iiuiiwMv
K't'lit sutt-ti.1 ,n ,...
unot be duplicated bv nny other manu-
1... .....p)H ,,n,l li.-is n I trfferile-
mnnd than anv other $3 shoe ndvertised.
lite same tiuaiitj - u. c,if .
Hn, wliich takes the place of custorli-made
ONLY IlANII SliW l-.l' wtui Bllri.
shoes costing from 0 to J.
HEAVY WHAR. Hest Calf Shoe for (he
Is the best in the world for rough wear: one
man a year.
IS HUl'AL TO SHOIiS THAT COST FROM S;l to S3.0O. One pair
will wear longer than any shoe ever sold ot thepricc.
FOR HOYS is the best School Shoe in the world.
gives the small uovs a chance to wear the nest
I ' K
I. A I i: M.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
21 CHESTNUT ST.
Fall term begins Sept. 25. Thorough in
str etion in English, French, Muic and Cal
isthenics by experienced teachers.
sep T (!3m
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL.
tFor many years Associate !'rinei?al of Mt.,
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of com pen tent teachers.
The course of instruction includes the usual
English branches with French and Latin,
Extras Music, Oerman, Art Needle Works
Painting on China, finncing nnd Hiding
Special attention given to the training of
tittle girls. nugl d4m
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR S AI.K!
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania County
One of the finest and best located farms in
We-tein N. C, 5 miles from the ihrivingtown
of Brevard, theconntv seat of this. Transyl
vania county The buildings are all in good
r p.iir consisting of a larL;e two story dwell
ing house, with 1 .' rooms, enrrrage house, ice
houye, and i" fact, all neee;iry outl'uildingH.
Storage n inn tor Lro t ns of hay and & fu
bling for ion head of cattle viVy subat n
tial and convenient tnu e stable, wi ll accoiu
modation for lo ti ules
This farm contains .'10 ncre, of which .Uo
acres are bottoni, Iving on the French Broad
river. ind in a very high slate of cultivation.
1 10 acres of this is wt II t in i .caiiow red
top rr herds gr. ss. i) the r :n;tining RAO
acres, 1O0 acr' S are in upland pasture finely
set with a mixture of grnsses. plenty of
h mdsume oaks for shade iu t'MMtuie "'and.
i Bi ighl riitniing streams ot pwe water ii - every
linn 'lie im;ui hit ix ill noiiiillllia, Willi
nil the itttlerc t ' aiiettes of tm-ber locust.,
chestnut, oak poplar, etc. C"nv nient to
g"oii schools, ehurches and postodiie haily
inrdl. 1 iftten indesttoni ITeniiersniivibe anil
L5 files fro i Asheville and it or wry n av
the line of 1 he c tili mi- at- d A ilaii' a," As t.
iilie."it' Haiti re railroad
No u-. h i. ir.ii tor it- sizcean Ik- tu nil in this
State or any o.ber Si tu-, for value, beamy
an desiral.litv every way.
For pi ice and partieu'ars apply tu or nd
Natl AlKiiiHon : Son,
Asheville, N. C.
P. S. Also two other small but ver desir
able tracts near by at low fiuris.
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
Nt w Int ut ri' Mtirn jwt rectivt-d- I-arKf lot of
Tubletn iinI SI aha, very low for rruh. Vou
will njive money by culling on me before pur
rhamiiK. Warrrcom Wolfe Itu tiding, a. E. Court
All cvt-H fitted nnd fit guaranteed. A com
pletc to k of the above irooda at
GRANT'S DRIU STORE,
24 SOUTH MAIN STKBHT.
Oculidtn' Preactiptjon a teinlty,
TO VEAK HEN
ftnflforinf from th affecta of youthful arrora, aarly
daoaj. waatinff Wttahntvaj laat manliooa, ato., I will
Band a valoabla tnaUM (aealadi containing full
particnlara for homa euro. FREEf charga. A
aplandld medical work l abould ba read bj every
Baa wbo la Derrooa and debllllatad. Addraaa,
Prof. V. O. rWLtJa, HoaMtM, Mo.
otS dw If
NBVV imm. caruulljr prcparcU lir kail
inie member of. the Aaticville liar tr.m
. nncat parchment and beavy flat paper), cor
I erinK all nccceaary poiuta, ot oat and now
on aole at the pifice of the tmiu Pi-nlim
n cn;, NH, roart io rlanJ