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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER I'll, 18S'J.
THE KKilCHTS OF I.ABOK AT
We liope there will be no misccmstnie
tion of the Farmers' convention recent 1
held at Montgomery, and that of tin
Knights of Labor recently held at At
lanta. Until ot these bodies carry iv
their names sujjf;estioiis strongly calcu
lated to win upon favor. The tanner, il
used, neglected and oppressed, is com
pelled at last to stand up for his rights
and demand equal consideration in na
tional interest and legislation. Labor
equally oppressed, but more assertive,
has taken opportunity, to make
its wrongs known with stem purpose t(
obtain redress and rectification. A com
mon, generous, public sense ol justice ui
been prompt to extend sympathy am
encouragement, with the hope that tin
two great foundations of national beiiu.
and prosperity should stand out in al
their strength and proportions to be seel
and known at their real value and im
portance. But in both of these conventions then
has been deception practiced, which,
while it does not in the least affect tin
real point at issue, the grievances, tin
rights, and the remedies for the wrong;
of agriculture and labor, considers then
both under principles foreign to the soii
chosen for their discussion, and loreigi
altogether to the real principles involved
It may have been considered a ver
adroit movement, though it strikes us at
a piece til very transparent stupidity, ti
select Southern cities us points Iron,
which the extremes of tariff doctrine;
were to be enunciated, and the dreams oi
Henry George proclaimed as having tin
sanction of the Southern people. Tin
was the intended effect. As well mighi
Robert Ingcrsoll have called an iutiile
convention in Knoxville, and proclaim
his blasphemous utterances as the voiet
of Southern religious sentiment, as thai
the Montgomery convention with its pre
ponderance ol Northern republican protec
tionists should commit the South to tin
doctrines of a high protective tariff, oi
that Powdcrly or George or other repre
sentatives of the impecunious landlcs;
should commit it to the idea of lam.
distribution, confiscation or the beam
of the burden of all taxation.
""The f'ollo'wTng resolution was adopted
as embodying the sense of the conven
"That land, including all natural
sources of wealth, is the heritage of ah
people and should not be subject tc,
speculative traffic. lecupancy and ust
shall be the only title to the possessioi,
of land. Taxes upon land should bi
levied upon its full value for use. ex
elusive of improvements, and should be
sufficient to make for the community ah
Without going here into the question ol
how, when, or where the idea of original
proprietorship to land, originated, it i
enough to say, that it commcndsitself to
the instincts and habits of civilized man
as the aim of ambition, the stimulus oi
industy, the reward of toil and fru
gality. No doubt this right of possesson
has been abused to selfish purposes, and
often to obstruction to the advancement
and prosperity of others. Nevertheless.
in its better practice, it is the mainstay
to the stability of societies, and the main
pillar in the structure of States and com
munities. The denial of this right of in
dividual possession of laud introduces us
into the realms of communism or the
purpose to make those who have the te
merity to bold land bear the whole bur
den of taxation, or expression of the pur
pose of the idle and the profligate to lead
a life free from all the cares of State ob
ligation. It may be appropriately ad
dressed to the idle denizens of the cities
who have no aim or object in life except
to live on the labor of others. It falls
idly or offensively on the ears of all others
by whose thrift and industry land is al
ways attainable, the sweetest and proud
est reward of generous ambition. Ad
dressed from a Southern capital, presum
aoly to a ooutliern people, ignorance
of Southern sentiment could not plunge
to greater depths, and the arrogance of
anarchistic folly could have taken no
The revolution in Brazil has given the
speculator harpies another opportunity
to prey upon the necessities of the peo
pie. At the very first note of Jcomino-
tion, the conee dealers immediately saw
their chance, and the price of the uni
versal American beverage, a common
and ordinarily cheap and attainable ne
cessity, will be advanced to .he charac
ter of a costly luxurv. Apparently, there
is no good reason for this, though we
recognize the power to do it ; for the cof
fee trade, like all the subjects of commerce
under the manipulation of modern
methods, is concentrated in few hands.
But the change of rulers in Brazil has
been effected without bloodshed, the
revolution in political institutions accom
plished without commotion. The former
ruling powers have retired peacefully and
No shock has been given to
for announcement has been
made that the obligations entered into
by the old regime will be faithfuily exe
cuted by the new ; there are no hostile
opposing forces in the field, there are no
blockades or embargos, and commerce
and navigation appear to be left undis
turbed to pursue their peaceful way.
Therefore the pretended obstructions
which are assumed to lay in the way of
the removal of Brazilian products are
purely artificial and factitious. Coffee
and India rubber, the leading articles of
export, are apparently as free to move
under the republic as under the empire.
Some months ago we published in Till-:
Citizhn an earnest proposition to boy
cott, until speculators were brought to
their knees, the purchase of coffee. Solely
for purposes of squeezing outof the neces
sities of the people all to which their
wants or their habits would submit,
prices of colli'c were advanced rapidly, so
that instead of buying six pounds to the
dollar, we were thrown bai k to the old
standard existing lor a lew years alter;
the war of three pounds to the dollar. I
While we were ready to accept the apol
lgy of short crops as a plausible cau-cj
'or reasonable advance in prices.'
yet this was only a pretext to cover thej
irecdiness of speculation or the inlaniy '
of combinations. We read with much'
oleasure the rr.iu of some of the min-l
powerful of these nefarious dealers who
had unwarily overreached tlit'ini-ilvc.
But the breed ot'tlieui is not extinct.
The Southern people during the laic
war had full opportunity to train tliem
idves in self denial m many articles upon
.vhich they had made themselves ilepeiul
nt, chief among which weie sugar and
ofl'ec. For the first, sorghum syrup w as
natlc to provide a somewhat sorry sub
ititute, and for collie there were asmany
leviecs for substitutes as ingenuity had
ver evolved in the search after perpetual
notion, roasted wheat, rye, ground
icas. sweet potatoes, okra seed. Most
if them were villainous compounds. But
isc made them palatable, and. in some
:ases, acceptable, so that we knew iu
tances where return to the use ol coffee
subsequently was made with reluctance.
A'c must confess these instances were
But we would prefer a return to the
Iclcstahic substitutes of ihe war r.-uhcr
.ban witness general admission ol a
davcrv so i-Iiject to llie.i.-e ot'eoifee as lo
otnpcl unresisting submission to the cx
ictions of speculation. So long ns tin
icoplc pay what is exacted, so long will
peculators pile on i lie ii' ti.n ilen. They
-vill be speedily subdued if consumption
all off to the limit of actual necessities.
Hie conquest over habits and appetites
n mutters of daily use and comfort is a
litlicult achievement. In this ease it is a
Irawn battle between the rapacity ol
'peculation, and the endurance of con
sumption. If tiie latter nttee win the
ornier will never again be so pn suuipii,--ins.
The dciiaiune ol Ju- Amei ieau fleet ol
itccl protected cruisers lor flic Kuropcnn
.vaters is a uoud eve-til in the recent
invnl annals ol the I'niled States. At
'asf lliev have a navy, or rather the be
ginning of one. revival;.: a one" brilliant
eputation lor the Ires' built, the fastest
sailing, anil the hardest fighting ships
.hat sailed the ocean. Between days
otig past, ami tiie present revival ot rcp
itation, there was a long, dark, dis
'icetiil period when mention ot' tiie
lavy could only have been made in can
'.inns whispers, because it suggested jobs
old faithless contracts, and favoritism,
ind squandering of money, and ships tin
seaworthy, and of naval standing fallen
ar into the rear ol even the most insig
nificant ptnvers among the nations ol
the earth. Now a fleet goes forth to
prove to the world that the I'nited
states have aroused Irom their disgrace-,
lid slumbers, and haveput forth a sipiail
ron that at once restores the prestige ot j
the American naval name. All these I
ships are, of their class, the equals of any j
ships in the worhl ; we do not know j
enough to say they arc the best. But in
them the peculiar American genius for j
building finely modeled and swift sailing
ships has illustration in this new era as '
it had in the one long past. Ami as the
licrsoticl of the navy has always bril- J
iiantly heen maintained through all the ;
material degradation of the service, there j
is certain assurance that in l he hour of;
trial, whether of storm or battle, naval i
heroism will be as illustriously presented
as of yore.
We take especial pleasure in noting j
mat tnt revival ol the American navy is
due to n deuiocr.-i I ie secrei are ni" the
navy; and it is just to add that the pres-1
ent republican secretary is the inheritor sj-j ('Jj (' cjoil
of all the pride and purpose of his prede
cessor. Mr. Whitney and Mr. Tracy
seem hardly to have been separated by
the antagonisms of adverse ndmiuistra-1
Dr. I'arkcr Prays cream Van-Ola, Kosa-j
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder I
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at F. L.Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found, I
together with pocket emery board, or j
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, tiles and j
other such requisites. Also a complete i
line of drugs nnd toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Sodo Fountain from
which ice cold drinks arc disienscd. Cor
ner Main street and I'atton avenue.
A remarkable "sink" exists in Bradford
county, I'a. It is (111 yards across, kt
fcctly round, with smooth sides, and the
water is 100 feet below the surface. No
bottom has ever been found. The sink is
surrounded by beautiful shade tn s.
ttyrup of FIH,
Produced from the laxative und nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues ot plants
known to be most lieneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, on the kidneys.
liver and bowels, effect iiullyclcansing the
system, dispelling colds and headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
A Buffalo paper snvs .Niagara river.
below the falls, is unusually low, and
what is more singular, the waters have
been gradually falling for the past three
or four vears. It is still from 150 to 200
feet deep, however, and is not likely to
dry up yet awhile.
Dr. Domill. of Paris, snvl infectious
diseases are often transmitted by ice. '
especially typhoid fever. He advises the ;
use of artificial ice made from boiled or
spring water, aud condemns ice obtained
from ponds or rivers liable to contamina
tion. Level means flat, yet tiie man who
would feel flattered to be called level
headed would object strongly to beine
called flat headed. Odd, isn't it ?
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
A.iinin vt call your special
at li'iition to tlio (vMinitt'd
Morrow Sliors. wliicli have
stood the test for uiaiiy years
for IH UAiui.iTV. for Kxcki--i.i'.nck
of Styi.k, for Com ko ht
and Kxactxkss OF Fit, heiiiJ,'
eiial in quality, style and fit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
ap,aiii in the future.
AVe have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every iW.-.ililt' style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
Come and examine our
woods; it will not cost you a
We want you to call and
trade with us, with the assur
ance that yon will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DI.Y (iOODS.
Hats and Clothiu alwayson
hand at astonishingly low
Hostif Eros. & Wright
BOOKS ANI STATIONERY,
KMllNlvlOKS' Sl ITLIliS.
I'ICTTKHS AN1 PKAMRS,
BI.AK HOOKS, KVI'.RVI.IlAIlK,
! ol.l.S. TOYS AND GAM US.
WIWl-WN J. C. SCKJUK!,
IIOTIl I'IMTOCKAI'lllC A Nil HANU
hj S. Main Street.
If you want a wood Fin-
ibivll.i that is warranted not
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported limi-
idles different, "you know,''
from anyone else's.
FOR SALE !
ftO-HOKSK BOILER AND KNC.INK,
I'OWEK WORT1SEK AND RORKK,
FOOT POWliK MOKTISKR,
OAK, ASH, WALNI'T, CHKRKY, PI;
ANIJ POPLAR LUMBER,
NEW HKKKINtt SAPR.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHIiVILLE, N. C.
sept 21 d&w 2m
Write tu any of your friends in Marion,
N. C, and ask them what Mrs. Joe Per
son's Remedy did for Mr. A. L. Pinley.
We haven't cha lifted our
' a d . " i l i Tu e Or i z k n for so me
days; not beca-use we had
nothing- to say, but junt 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 be able to say
that notwithstanding the
influx of new stores, and the
largo stocks of goods, the
"I?ig Market Store'' retains
all its old friends and adds
new ones daily. The reason
is plain iinpl easy of under
standing. We warrant every
thing we sell to be as repre
sented, or ire give yon hack
your money. We underbuy
anybody in Asheville, and can
easily undersell anyone. We
sell more shoes than the Shoe
Store hftauise c sell them
rlii'.-ipor, and we sell as good
Shoes as any store in the
city. We sell liothingcheaper
than a Clothing- Store, und
moiv 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, find they are
yours with a good title when
you bring the cash. Ribbons,
Tips, Birds and Wings, we
have always sold at less than
half of Millinery Store prices.
niil carry three tunes as
large stocks. While our line
of Dress (ioods is not ns large
as some, what we ha ve has
been liought 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, Sim wis, Mats, Rugs,
Trunks. Valises, Hand Rags,
Hoods, Caps, ! ur.s, Curtains,
Poles, Shades, are among
our leaders. No well posted
citizen of Asheville buys any
of these things without pric
ing ours, and we w ould have
the country people and those
who live in near-by towns en
joy the same privilege. We
sold more Christmas goods,
presents, etc., last Christmas
than any other store in Ashe
ville, nnd 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 "Rig
Racket Store." No trouble
to show goods, and we don't
get mad if you don't buy.
We want jrou to nee what a
complete "Department Bar
gain Store" the "Big Racket"
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, don't buy
but be sure to come.
GEO. T. JONES & CO.
Oysier y Parlor.
Minis at alt Mourn. Electric
Cars I'iiss the Door.
I trilec pli-asurc in .nilleiuneiiiK the- Oyster
Senson nf 1 8H-".M hns ope-ned, nnd my 1"HB
experience in the- business justifies me in
iissiirinn the pulilie- tliut I ean please unci sat
isfy all customers. I will serve oysters in the
liest style, nnd denlinK only with reliable
houses, can oiler the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Can Kemst. Hoston HnvStcwsaspecialti'.
Great care will lie taken with all orders 1
sc'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
ran he hud. T receive shipments direct from
packers every afternoon. Charges reason
able. My restatirant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Special attention civen to lady
customers. Polite and attentive waiters.
Board by day, week or month with or with
rnit rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STKAI SS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NliW IKIl'SE! NEWLY FURNISHED I
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
A Inrse house. 31 S Patton avenue. Warm,
comfortable rooms. On street car line.
eetd6m MRS. J. I.. SMATHKRS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to the lemnston BnildiilK. Pat:
ton avenur, comer of Church stre-ct, wlu-re
sll is prepared to keep regular or tninsieni
boarders. Table furnished with the be-sl the
market affords. Termsrcusoimble nif'r.'ll mil
J. V. StHARTLK,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Acnt for Nct-m Creek Woolen Mills
Asheville. N. C.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville. N C.
H. O. BOX I.
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Moeuic Tile and Cement work a specialty.
Graten, KanKes and Boilers net.
Buildings moved and repuired in first class
Sewerage, Drainage and trnps for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe BuilditiK. Court House Square,
Asheville, N. C. in ay Mud ly
THE LAKC.KST AND BEST EOl'II'I'Elt IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSULTING CHKM1ST AND MINI. SO K.V.INI; KKK.
Analyses of Metals, Ores, Con! or Coke. Min
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property investigated, developed,
bought und sold.
Samples enn he sent hy mail or express. If
sent hy express, charges must lr prepaid.
. Agents wanted in every place.
DR. H. C. YYOLTCRBi K.
nov5 d&wly Manager.
The undersigned may lie found in Shank's
new building, one door west ol J. F. Wood
bury's stable, on College Mre8t. They are
prepared to manufacture carriages, buggies,
wagons, and anything else In their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing arc specialties.
They have secured the service of Henry Pow
ell, and would be pleased to rect- ive a liberal
share of patronnge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ju!3 d(im BUKNETTK & HoWAKU.
For gentlemen. A perfect shoe at a moderate
cost Try a pair of our specialties in gentle
men' afoot wear, at $5.0U, $4.0O, $3.50, $2.99.
$3 AO and $2.00. Every pair warranted. Hx
aminc our specialties for ladiea at t.OO,
$2.99. $U."0 and $2.00, unexcelled for oto
fort, durability and style.
Insist on having the original M A. Packard
A Co.'i Shoes. The genuine hav our stamo
oa bottom of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
any part oi me u. . on receipt oi price. M .
A. PACKARD A CO.. Brockton. Mass. Por
sale In Asheville by
H. REDWOOD & CO.
a 11 deod 8mot tu we fri
ft 8 A LB.
14 acTT. of land on Beaver fHttn road. Itist
opposite J. 8. Burnrtt's. A fine site for a sub
urbia residence. A nke kaoU covered with
clover and some fine oaks, wttn beaatilul
viewa of snovntaina and the city. A rare
chance to Jay such a piece of land with nice
clear prinK. gushing from the hill. Terms
easy and price low
eme i n. slastuh m to.
ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
Room 9 and 10, McAfee Block,
28 P ATT ON AVENUE,
Cit.v .-ind Suburban Real Kstate bought and sold for cush
or on commission. Mining properties and timber lands n
Fire Insurance effected in reliable companies.
Agents for the Traveler's Life and Accident Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn.
Parties havinir real estate of
or about Asheville will find it to their advantage to com
municate with us, as we are having const ant inquiries from
Northern neonle who wish to
ble property. We are a new
yet to make in Asheville. e expect our dealings with the
pubiic to make ii for us. We desire to call attention to.
the following references, which are used by permission;
STEPHEN o'MEAK.X. Esi . M.-iniini"K Editor Huston Journal, llosl in. M.-lss.
t;i-:o. VM IION'll. t'si . liole-s:ile- Wool Mel e-llane, ilcistnli.
CIIAKI.BS B. DENNIS. i:sii.. SlU'C Alien raveier's Insurance Co, Host on.
JOHN 1. HKiiCS Kst , Vtec-rn-s. Eills-'il 1 Ikiiliitia tint: e i.. New oik Lily.
COl.. C. W. JENKS, Spu.uiie Motor Co., 1 r. Brunei Stre-irt, New York City.
HON. A. T (ONES. Hroi ktoll, Muss.
COl. I I- WIIII'I'I.K Brock! II. Ma-.
1. M. 'HOLLYWOOD, Postmaster, Brockton. Mass.
"HON. T. MATt-'S. Wou-e-ste-r. Mass.
FKED. (1 CAM PKEI.I.. I si , West West minster, VI. '
HON. S. T. SNIPE, Bath M. .
. K. VOSIllil.l,, s. , Providence. R. I.
PKOE 11 IV WRKSliT, De-nil ol Vnle rniversily, Nrev lliiveil. Conn.
COY. COklioN, Allouta. On
HIRST NATIONAL BANK, Helena. Mont
,M. N. I. YON. Esi . i'eisinins'cr, Chnti.iot. Chate.iu e'ounly, Mont.
HON. C.I'O. Cl.'.KK. Une-o. Texas
T. P. KK1.SK V. Bm IliKlilnnits. X C
D. C. CI NNINOIIAM. l-.si , l-'nmkiiil. N. C.
t ; 1 ; 1 1 i ; 1 . W. .COHS, Esc., i.tillnsnju, N. c.
X. 1!. As our o Hi ces will inT be thoroughly fitted up for
business before .November 25. all letters addressed to us
previous to that time should be directed to Battery Park
Motel. Asheville. X.
Street Car Hclicduie.
Ik'Kimiinu 'it s limliuK lo .'tu p. m.
i'tu Uavf! S()wirt.- fur lk-pot vwr hour ami
CnrUars tMpinre lor Mrlkc's 7 in inn Its
al'UT rat h horn .
Car ii- vt-s Squarr tor intilili'dny 7 tnimit'-s
utter eat h hah hour
Car hiives hepot tur Square 7 minutes 1e
iVnei aeli hour ami halt' hour.
Car Ir-ivo MelUe's Tor Square 7 niiitulesln
lure em h nail' lu. nr.
Car h aves I iimldeilay for Ntpiare 7 minutes
he hire em h huur.
1'assciiii rs t'roin Kouldeilay lor Meike's.
unci vht eisu. tiaiister at t. oniauy s yar.l.
ItiuiaKe -" cents lur tai h pieee eai rieil on
lao-Kittf., i ar.
Waiting Noma tor Ladies at Messrs. lUr
Hiik iV We.iviv's. No Mil 1'att.oii aenae.
( ihserve mliiis on otitsidt ol ear lor its des
Train ear nuiis.aeh train.
one valise allowed eat.ll pa-tu);er on pass
I KIiKT RY. CO.
FOR TI I IS WEEK
We are KOiiltf ti otlcr some rtal ifootl Har
tnAns in our line. Ileuvy Niekel and Itrass
Coaeh Harni'MH, 1 Vj Trace, Hull Talent
Leather Collar, $Ii7. rn, former priee $ 1-5 ;
Single Hukw.v llartU'Htt, lavit) mountitiK
nickel $17.i"o. In
For both ladies and gentlemen, we are going
to sell at New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig scut, und Skirt, $4(1 ; next
quality ; Men's Itnuorted English Tree,
Hut seat, $30, formerly $35. For Horse
Blankets and Whips we are headquarters.
Full Whalebone Whiu $l.ro to $y.5u. Best
Buggy Whip in town tor ?fc. Hood Buggy
Cushions $1. Special prices in wh!; to Liv
erymen in (luantliies. We bought our
Direct irom the MANl'FACTrKER und can
sell them eh-aper than anv one in town. El
heron, all wool, in yellow and brown, HJxt2
tiu per pair, sohi inst year lor Fawn,
TtixHo, solid colors. per pair, sold for $lu
Inst season. We have them in all styles and
prices tu $2.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
Mil I CD DDAQ " bteeL
xuillliv unuu. PENS
An AMERICAN, and the BEST.
LEADING BUSINESS PENS.
And Nos. 75, 117, 1, Aiub.
LEADING STUB PENS.
and so,. 119, 102, Oram ttn.
LEADING LEDGER PF.NR
Aid Noa. 101. S06. m.
LEADINO BCnOOL PRNB.
Akd Noa. 133, 444, la,
7h Miller Brot. Cutlery Co., Meriden. Conn.
Steel Peru, Ink Graaent and Pocket Cutlery.
for ialb at
J. N. Itlorirau'rt Book Store.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard Building.
Hchdol and College Text
Books, a full line. Poets, His
tory. Romance, Biography,
Travel and Novels, Family
Bibles. S. S. HiIiIph iwl Tou
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aments, Oxford Tethers'
uioies, hong Hooks of all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
Blank Books and r tfi.-o
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hcnool Applies. New line
Laciies ana lieuts Toeket
books inst nncripd l'n
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Goods and Dollfl.
any description tor sale in
invest money here in desira
firm and have a reputation
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
L'fii CHESTNI'T ST
I'. ill itiin hi-giits Sept. Un. Thorough in
str elMin in ICuiish. French. Miie ami Cal
itiiei)ies by txptj-icmvd teaeOer".
sep V d.'bn
liiglin and I rencli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 41) Fretnh Hn.ad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MA1TLAND, PRtNCIPAL.
, i l-'or many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by n eorps of cotnpcnteiit teacher.
, The course of instruction includes theusuat
English brunches with French and Latin,
j Extras Music. C.crman. Art Needle Work.
! Painting on China, liancing und Hiding,
j Special Attention given to the training ot
j little girls. nugl d4m
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR SALE 1
TIae Lowndes Place,
111 TraiiMvlvania County.
im- ol the finest and hct tucateil farmH in
; VYe-teiti N. C, 5 miles from the thriving town
; nf Hrcvjird. the county nciit of this. Transvl
viinia cnunty. The buildings ure all in uod
n ii.iir consisting of a lare twi siorv dwell
L iiiK hoiiM'. with 13 rooms, carriage house, ice
' house, and, in fact, all necessary outhuildinK
Snirnni' mom lor lioo tons of'hav and sia
i blins for loo head of cattle A very fubnt n
i tial and convenient mu e stable, with nccom.
! niodation for 10 mules.
! This farm contain! S.'id aert". of which IHMi
; Hcies are bottom, lyinj; on the French l.roml
river, and in a very hih state ol cultivation
lio acre of this is wll t in mcivlow red
! top or herds jn'oss. Ol the rt niuiniiiK r..i(.
i acres, 1U0 acres are in upland fanttirc finclv
I set with a mixture of grasses. Plcntv iif
I h.indsome oaks for shade in nasttue land,
j UriKht running strcamso pure wun rinevcrv
I field. The reinai tier is in woodland, with
I all th dillerc t atitues ol tm her heui.
ciiesiniii, oak, poplar, etc. C n i i.ient it.
K'-oii Hchools, churches ami poKioih r luiilv
mail. Fifteen thiU-s irotu Hcntlersoi'vilie ii'iil
l'.i milis in im Asl.cx il!t . and !. ui .-irv n ar
the lim or lite coutemn'aU d , t nn ( a, Ashi .
vtl'e.'tud Haiti. ri'iT r;iihon.fl
No smli l;tn.' lor ii-sue can he louud in thm
Slate oi niy o her Sfle. lur value. !caiuc
an-1 desirahdity every u.
For price and particular apph to or ad
Nati Atkiiitiou & Son,
Asheville, N. C.
I'. S. AImi two other smnM hut vci desjr.
aide tracts near lv at lowtiures.
w. o. wolfeT-
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
Xf Im utiUsiKUS justrect'iviil Uiirxi liitof
T.ililct, mill Slalis. very low for ensh. You
will save money by cnllhig .m mc Ix-forc pur.
WHreriw.m W olli lluilattntc. . K. Court
All rvcx fitttil and fit u,,aru..i .
plrte sto'-k of tht? abon gootls at
GRANT'S DRUG STORIC,
2 SOl'TH MAIN 8TKKET.
doullsts' Prescriptions a siscialty.
TO WEAK DEN
SnAslaf from tha affada at youthful arrora. aarlr
sand a nluabla traaUaslaclsd) eoutainlna fall
partieulani for bom aura, FREE eharga, A
tplandlcl BMdleal work ; saouldb. nad by mry
sua who hi Barroua and dshuitatad. Addraas
TroL r. C FOWLER, Moodua, Cooa.
iotS dw Ii
NHW DHEU, carnally prrpnrrd by lead
in. Wmbm nf t tu . V,.-il L. K ,n
ftneat parchment and hcary fiat paper), coy
erinft all neceaaarr points. Just out and now
ou sale at the otfict of the Clruaa l-ubu.u
On . No. a ISMi rmrt ann.rv. '(,!,,
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