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THI'RSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1889.
THE I'RHSHIKNT'S ME!MVF.,
Our readers will be able to form then
own judgments upon tlie opinions am'
policy as shadowed forth in the salient
points which we presented in yesterday'
issue. We shall therefore have liotliinf:
to say about those topics which an in
separably connected with the adminis
tration of the affairs of a great eountrv
involving a general policy common ti
both parties. We confess to some sur
prise when we came to Mr. Harrison'
views on the tariff, and his admission o
the necessity)!' a revision of the law
which shape and regulate it. We n
member the inllcxible purpose set fort!
in the Chicago platform, upon which Mr
Harrison was elected, to make no con
cession whatever, and toadhtre rigidb
to the strictest dogmas of protection. Oi
that idea the last presidential comes:
was fought, and, by the lavish contribu
tions of the protectionists, won. Ant
yet it now appears that Mr. ClevelatH
and the democratic party were right
and Mr. Harrison and his party wrong
The least departure from the strict lettet
of the Chicago platform, adhered ton
the campaign with defiant tenacity, is ;
concession to a necessity and a demant
made by the democrats which is fair ap
proach to the eft'accnient of all party di
tinctions on this important question
Mr. Marrison has been taught by tin
lessons of the election in the hitherti
high tariff States that theories are no'
sustained by facts, and personal am
general interests are more imperativi
than party loyalty. The time is comini
whem democratic wisdom will be vinili
eated. We are selfish enough to hopt
the vindication will come through demo
cratic hands; for on them was the labo
of overturnini: the heretical doctrine ol ;
needlessly high protective tarilT. and it
them should fall the rewards of victory
In connection with the tarilT, Mr. Hat
rison directs attention to the surplus.
democratic President could not mor
forcibly set forth the truth, "that tht
presence ol so large a surplus in the pul.
lie vaults is a disturbing element in th
conduct of public business." "Thanl
thee, Jew," for that admission. It i
what the democratic party has con
ten eil for all along. They have pointei
out the high tarilT, conjoined with the in
ternal revenue, as the sources from whici
the surplus was gathered, ami they havt
pointed out the disturbance of privatt
business by the withdrawal from the peo
ple the circulation so indispensable tt
profitable business, and its idle autl dan
gerous accumulation in the public vaults
an exhaustion ol the fountains of legitt
mate prosperity, and an enormous tutu
of evil, possibly a menace to liberty ant
to public virtue.
The tarilT reforms and the reduction o
the surplus, necessarily go hand in hand,
both good fundamental democratic doc
trines. Muniment rcrilns ct prevnlubit.
even possibly in Mr. Harrison's dav
His defences are weakened, and he is dis
trustful of t lie strong hold of his party.
On the subject ol education, we art
pleased to see that Mr. Harrison makct
no allusion to the Blair bill, which was
indirectly associated with the mainte
nance of a high tarilT, and the penna
nency of a good lat surplus. The sugges
tion of Mr. Harrison involves a chnngt
of a grant of lauds to a direct grant o
money from the public. That wouh
mean, ot course, an unconditiona.
grant, a very different thing from tht
qualified aid through the proposed I"ah
We regret to see that Mr. H. risoi
could not conclude a message otherwist
abounding in suggestions to be resiect
fully considered without inserting in tht
tail of it the sting of the sectional parti
san. In a dignified State paper, the au
thentic utterance to the world of tin
actual condition of the I'nited States
dignity is lost and credence withdrawr.
when the vitux.-ration of party sheets
the inflammatory assertions ot party
speakers, the licentious mendacity o
party hacks are the foundation and au
thority for a characterization of South
eru affairs of such grave injustice, wrong
and oppression, as to suggest the appli
cation of unconstitutional methods ol
redress. The assumptions of Mr. Harri
son are those ot a fanatic partisan,
not those ot a statesman, much Its
those of a President ot the I'nited States,
What may be the outcome of the elec
tion of the Kev. Mr. Milburn as chaplain
of the house remains to be determined.
It may be that his election was due tt
generous impulse excited first by the
physical infirmity of the candidate, or
the consideration that an office so sacred
should not be contaminated with politics.
and that the ability and the piety ot Mr.
Milburn had already had full satisfactory
exemplification. Itis true that partisan
ship has often entered fully enough into
such contests and always to the glory ot
God or the good of man ; and this leads
to another possible solution of an appar
ently generous action. The choice of a
chaplain was determined like all other
nominations in caucus. When therefore
Mr. Cheadle, a republican, moved the
substitution of Mr. Milburn for the cau
cus nominee, it was an open act of bolt
ing. Was that the entering wedge of
disorganization in the party? Is that
the indication of an independence which
refuses hereafter to sail by chart ? Many
republicans bold seats in the bouse dec-
ted on party platforms of principles
which recent elections in some States
prove no longer to hold good. If these
are signs of internal party troubles, let
the democrats be on the alert wisely to
profit by them. We are satislied that a
very large majority of the white vote of
the country is with the d-'nocrats; and
"the balance of party" vou- is not so
sure as it was. Let our party be wise,
warv and eonrnceons.
The Charleston World gave us recently
the plan of Dr. Myden, a negro we give
him his race title to distinguish him from
ex-Ministcr Taylor, who, Dr. Myden
says, is neither a white man nor a negro
to solve the negro problem by tacili
.ating the emigration of the Southern ne
groes. Dr. Myden gives very glowing ac
t.'ounts of the health, fertility and general
tdvantagesof Liberia and other points
in the African coast to which he would
lireet emigration. He says it is a good
and for the negro or the white man, but
is for the mulattoes, of whom ex-Minis-er
Taylor is one, he says thev could not
ive there, for they broke out in ulcers i n
he body and contracted fevers. Dr. II.
ees in Africa a paradise for the negro.
Taylor on the other hand speaks of Li
beria as "that black laud of snakes, ceti
iiedcs, fever, miasma, ignorance, pov
erty, superstition and death."
We have been hearing of emigration to
Liberia all our lives; we have beer
.vatching the growth of that republic, or
rather deiendency, for many years.
There is nothing in the retrospect to cn
ourage any brighter hope for the future,
mil we think the negro will stay in his
iwu country, on his own continent, pos
iblv drift slowlv down towards Mexico.
Vs for the South Carolina negroes, the
spectre of the banpie Azorw ill keep thent
iff the ocean tint! awav from Liberia.
The average of the corn crop in North
Carolina is placed at twelve bushels per
icre, w iicli, at fifty cents a bushel
nakes the munificent return of six dol
hirs per acre to labor, interest on
and. taxes, etc. Ol course much of tin
and does better than that. All of it
ould do better, and it is a reproach to
utelligenee that, except as against flooti
ir drought or like casualties, all do not
lo better. We know here in Western
orth Carolina the fanners do do better.
!ut they could do better still. The lati
Nicholas W. Woodfm once here in Ashe
.'ille made I'Mi bushels to the acre. His
vas intensive fanning, and he was
aughed at by his less industrious neigh
lots for his pains. Hut he was rinht.
ivery acre should be put under tht
iitensive system, tewer of them, ol
ourse, than under tin trust-to
'rovitlence systems. It is the mos:
rolitable in tlie end. And we refer to
he subject because we see it stated on
he highest authority that a Marlboro.
C, farmer this year raised 2,"4- bush
is and 4-0 pounds of corn on one acre.
Among the recent deaths in this Statt
s that of General Collett Lcaventhorpe,
vhich occurred recently ill Yadkin Val
ey. He was a gentleman of English
lirth, and came to this State a good
nany years before the war, engaged in
ninitig, in Rutherford county we believe,
.le was a mail of genial nature and ot
me culture, and became well known and
topular, and was an enthusiastic South
rner. He was in command of the firs l
afterwards the eleventh regiment, and
listinguished himself by skill and cour
ige. He was wounded and captured at
lettysburg. He was about 73 years old
it the time of his death.
The senate was surprisetl yesterday by
he appointment ol Judge Hrewer. ol
Kansas, as Associate Justice of the l'ni
ed Stales Supreme court. It had been
ippiehcndcd. or perhaps rather expected,
.hat the President would appoint his old
.aw partner Miller. The new Justice is a
present I'nited States Circuit Judge; but
.ve know little of his character or tual
lications. Durham's street railway has hud rather
i short run. It was sold the other day
o satisfy an execution in favor of the
rustees of W. T. Iilaekwell. The whole
nought a little over $3,(10(1 a nominal
ale probably, and the road will continue
.0 be run.
Stanley, the African explorer, is not an
Vmericnn as claimed for him. He is a
A'elchman. but came to this country soon
.nough to have become fully saturated
with the American spirit of adventure ;
md his firstexplorations were conducted
aider American auspices.
Senator Vance yesterday introduced a
hill to repeal the civil service law, in
loing which he was consistent with his
often expressed opinions that it was a
itatfthe democrats put in the hands ol
their enemies to break their heads.
In Charlotte during November 6 whites
tnd 17 colored died, the population be
ing about the same, with possibly an ex
cess of whites.
Dr. Parker Prays cream Vau-OUt, Rosa
line, Ongalinc and Diamond nail powder
having now become the Indies' favorites,
it P. L. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always be 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 diseased. Cor
ner Main street and Pntton avenue.
Mrs. O'Rourke An' phwere are ye
goin' now, Teddy ?
Mr. O'Kourke Down to the tur-r-r-key
Mrs. O Kourke-Well, ye had betther
lave tne price av the cornbate an cab-
bidge wid me atore you go!
Syrup of Flits.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of nlants
known to be most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts eentlv. on the kidners.
liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the
system, dispelling colds and headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
The trouble with men who bo to the
devil is that they continue to stay with
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATIGN EVERY DAY.
Aji't-iin we fnll your speciiil
attention to tlie celebrated
Morrow .Shoes, which have
stooil the test for many; years
for IH'kamuty. for Kxcei.-
I.KXCK OI' SrVLK, fol'Co.M I'OHT
.VXD EXA( TXKSS OK Fit. beiiiy
equal in quality, style and tit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, a in I
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
afiain in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every deVable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
Come and examine our
iroods: it will not cost you a
We want you to call and
trade with us. with the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRY (iOODS.
Hats and Clothinalwaysoii
hand at astonishingly low
Rustic Bros. & Wright
HOOKS A2SO STATIONHRV,
I'ICTTRHS AMI PKAMI3S,
FANCY Cut HIS.
IKM.I.S. TOYS AND CAMUS.
W i:TKRS !i.C. HCEKKit,
23 S. Main Street.
If you want a jrood I'm
brella that is warranted not
to .'HACK callon
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han
dles different, "you know.'
from anyone else's.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTY
This plat of 7t ncres on Valley street the
old Catho Ic church nroiHTty. is now offered
for suit- either as a whole or hi Iota to suit
This property in on a beautiful eminence in
the eastern Ht-ctitm of thp Htv i.nnimni,,iin..
a view almtiHt equal to the Mattery Park of
ail ine mountain around Asheville Therein
a lare church huiltlin on it that can easily
he convert- ti into a resilience, uround which
stnnrifl a urove of orljnnal native oak that
shades the larirer part of the uroTty. This
property will be offered at unvate rtih,-
in sectionn or as a whole till the 2Uth dav of
January, imo, and it not sold at that time
it will be so d at public auction, on reason
Plata of the property may be seen at our
NA I T ATKINSON ft SON,
nov30 dtt Keal Eatate Dealer.
Mr. Cicero Barker of Salisbury, N. C,
says, when the c hoice of a blood purifier
is left to him by his customers he
always gives the preference to Mrs. Joe
We haven't changed our
"ad." iu Tin: ('itizkx 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 ieopleevcry 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
large stocks of goods. I Ik
"liig Racket Store" retains
all its old friends and .add
new ones dailv. 1 lie reason
isplain and easy of under
standing. We warrant every
thing we sell to be iis repre
sented, or ire ffi re you hmk
your money. We underbuy
anybody in Ashcville.nndcan
easily undersell anyone. We
sell more shoes than theShoe
Si ore honi use we sell tlinu
elie;ijicr, and we sell as good
Shoes as any store in the
city. We sell Clot hingcheii per
than a Clothing Store, nwl
more of it. Tinware at half
prices. (Jlasswiire find house
hold using things so much
cheaper than others that
people wonder how we get
them. That doesn't matter:
we ha ve them, and they tire
yours with a good title when
you bring thecash. Kibbons. j
i ips, isims JUKI ings, wi
have always sold atlessthan
l ii i i 'i i . i .
iii i it oi .Mininerv More prices.
and carry three time-t a.
large stocks. While our lim
of Dress Goods isnotaslargi
as some, what we have ha
i . i , i . . i
neen Honour ar sticn prices
that we can easily sell them
lower than others, and still
make some money on them.
Hats, I land kerchiefs. Gloves,
Stockings (fast black and
cheaper grades), (guilts. Blan
kets, Shawls, Mats, Hugs.
Trunks, Valises. Hand Hags.
Hoods. 'aps. Furs. Curtains.
Poles, Shades, are among
our leaders. No well posted
citizen of Asheville buys any
of these t hings wit hout pric
ing ours, and we would 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 storein Ashe
ville. and shall be fixed for a
large trade this year. We
shall have a biir line for
you to select from, and shall
be able to tit 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
Racket 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 Racket'"
is. Our variety of goods and
the size of our stock would
do oivdit to a city of 23,000
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.
Oysler .K; Furl or.
i:niri an ri.vN.
?I-ats nt all Horns. Klvctrlc
Vara Past, the Duor.
I inkt pit nMiri- in :i iifnnmi-i tii tht OvMcr
ScnsiJii of lss1,)-'"!' has nptiicd, and niy lontf
i-x pcrir nee in the iiusim-ts justifies me in
asstirittij tin- publie tliai 1 can pkase unci sat
isfy all ens t mm rs. I will serve ovsters in the
hest style, ami lien'mi; only with reliable
bouses, eaii otVt-r the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Tan Roust hoston MnySiewsaspeeialtv.
(.'.rent eare will be taken with all orders I
se'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
enn lt hrt'1. I receive hiiinent direct from
paekers every afternoon. Charges reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC,
At nil linii. Special attention fftven to lady
eustouii rs. I'olile and attentive waiters.
Hoard by day, week or month with or with
out rooms. If yon want the best the market
affords call ott
IC. STHAl'SS, Prop'r.,
Snulll Main Stmt.
NI-VV IIOtSB! NEWLl J-TRN18HED1
Al l 'MOHKRN IMPRuVKMENTS.
DIRS. N. It. ATKINSON,
No. 11 Haywood Street.
A l.-trc house. 318 Pntton nvenue. W'Hrn
iMMtirtni.lf t-o'ttns. on street enr lint
''Tins : iisiiualik-.
nets iliim MRS..!. L. SMATIIKRS.
MRS. . STEVENSON
Hns removed l(
emoveil lo tK' Johnston Ituildin),'. I'nt
venue, eorner of Church mieet. where
nt is prepared to kero iTiriiinr or transient
bonnier? Tabic furtiisheil with the best the
in.'ii Uei :i (lords. 'I e'm ri'fi-ot-r.lil, n;nr .'ti md
j. w. sciiAirrjLt;,
42 N. Main St.
JA?IKS l UAMi,
At'ent tor K'ci-ins Creek Woolen Mills
Norili M ain
Aslieville. N. C
L R, PENNIMAN,
Cm l-KIETilR OF
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aslieville, N. C.
i'. . inn i.
marl :il 1 y
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work a sjurcialty.
tirates. Iv'aiiyesand Uoilersset.
HuildiiiKs moved and repaired In first class
Sewerage. 1'rainitKc and trnpw for the same
'! orotic hty understood and promptly at
OHiee: Wolfe Huilding, Court House Sqimrc,
Asheville, N. C. mav30dly
Till-; l.AUC.I-ST AND ItKST KfjI'IPfKI) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
C'lNSri.TIM; CIIKMIST AMI MINIM'. KNOJMH-kS.
Analyses of lt taK Ores, Coal or Coke. Min
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
i'UICi; LIST O.N APPLICATION.
Mining' property in vesliKaled, developed,
bmu'ht and sold.
Correspond, nee solieited
Samples enn be sum hv mail or ext res. If
sent by express, eh;nj;is mut he prepaid.
Atnis wanted in every pluee.
I'K. II. C. Wnl.TCKKi'K.
tmvfi dw1 Manastr.
TLANTIC COAST LINK
On and after this date the follow ing sehed
nles will be run over its"Columbiu Division."
No. f3 Leaves Columbia fi.L'U p. in.
Arrives ntCharleston 0.3O p. m.
No. C 2 Leaves Charleston1 7.1 () a. ni.
Arrives nt Columbia 11. of a. m.
Conneetinn with t ruins to and from nil
points un the Charlotte, Cohitnhtt. c Au
Ktistn and Columbia & Greenville Railroads.
T. f. RMKRSON, Gen. Pas. Agt.
.1. r . i it. v i n. im. "utt.
UWmt WMUI THIC5BVr0tfWM
0?HMtfi:5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It i ib (It en li u of mImi il I a
elf .itho ;t the knowlAilre or the p.-.tlent, it
iiecemarr. A. abaolutcly htrmless sn .U effect a
prinnonl. ,.J speedy cure, whether tlie psiien. s
modern., drinker orsn slrohoHowrtelt. IT J.KVKH
FA ILK, u op.ratea mo quietly mid with sueh eer
talnt' tae patient undergo no inmovenienoa.
efleoted. 48 ps book or particulars free
F. L JACOBS, DHUbbiSr, ASHtV.LLE, N. C
X anC-IYIVLC For LOST or FATT-TNO MAHTTOnTV
HTUiltf i. Otioeral tnd Er.V0US DEE1I.TTV.
fTTT? ""e -knets of Bodysnd Mind: Effeoto
v J XVXi oErrortorEzoeuesiDOldor Younr.
fltnl, Jlnble MAVilfHin fiH? Itrh.rrrf. lior (c Fnfar- and
BlrMlheaUKia.t OM Vf Ml)rlOK;! tt 1411 THofBOUV.
tb.o4uitj ntaiHnc linHlt 11tKATHKT-rifta la a
rn tMtln trmm 41 Shim, TrrrilaHr. and lurrlira CocHHn,
tour km wrH Lhrm. hook, full pi mum Hon, aatt prHifai(M
nxX Wntakey Hatw
Wy lucurodM homewtth
I A. il ont puio. Book of pap.
? Uenluro mtr.t FREE.
' Aiisso.1 Ciav utaoe tftH WtuieoaU tk
d av tt uiMdjCi i, as. is.
frhl oritwl t tn th nt
BUGGIES. CARRIAGES. BLACKSM .THING.
To the cit liens of Asheville an.1 vicinitv I
would n nn ounce that at mv shoos onColI'-are
street, next to Woodbury's staltles. I am b U
ter prepared than ever to do work in mvlinc.
Waitom, Bneiries and Carrinifes manufaet-
and Repairing smd horse-r foeing are sie
eialtiea. and lertect satisfaction guaranteed.
My wotkmen are experienced and skillful and
my charge are moderate.
ft?-.' M aaraH
novaii a B. BUKNBTTB.
GRAND CHRISTMAS OPENING
57' 59 & 61 South Main
All niv asked to conic to the opening not to lm.v but to
sec wliiit tliciv is ni'v this senson.
A Finer Display Than Ever Before.
Tlie Jnihwhw (It'pni'tiiH'nt crowded with novelties, nil
new. Silver jewelry mid nrt dcpMi tnient not excelled in the
South. A ji'Miiid display of china, "lass, lamps, and all
sorts of choice pottery. A rich and lare line of silver and
plated wares all new designs and cutlerv.
CKZL-BR1 N'S FI.FA RTMLM
M y..vounfi friends arc not forgotten. Dollsof every kind
from the cheapest to the finest. '! oy teasels. No end of
children's story and picture books, scrap books, writing
desks, alliums, etc. Ml nt wonderfully low triers.
ClkUISTIWAh IU:KN, !',; KI.I TJ- AIM It ( ARDN,
A CHOICE LINE OF THE CELLBRATED WFCUS MFD STATIONERY,
Prices on all goods are unifoiml.v low anil always of
prouvta the wearers against hih prices and iuierio poods. If your dealer does not keep
the st vie or kind an want, or oners you shoes without W. L. D H V.LAS name and priei
stamped on ihetn. ami says they are just as pun!, do not be deiemd therein, but send ii
reel to the Fnetorv, for you can net what you want hv return mail, postage paid. he;ib r
make more profit on unkttou n shoes that are not warranted bv anvbody ; therefore do not
be induced to buy shoes that have no reputation. Huy onlv think that huve W. L. IK IPG
LAS' name and the price stninped on the bottom, and vou are sure to pet full value for vour
money. Thousands of dollars nr. saved .innua ly by the we.rers ol V. L. Do PC. L AS'
Shoes. In orderian by mail state whether you want Congress Pulton or Lnec, London'eap
toe. plain Fiemh to--, or narrow cap toe, n .d be sure to pive size and width vou wear 1
can fit anv foot that is not deformed, as my shoes are made in preat variety ot' widths sizes
and halt sizes. I punrtintee a fit, prompt delivery and perfect satisfaction of money refiitwled
upon return ot the shoes n ood condition. W. !,. DoPGLAS, Brockton Mas
$o,0o(t will be paid to nny person who will
following lines will be found to be ot the same ipiality of excellence :
nn nw GENT-INK HAND-SKWKD, which takes the place of custom-made
SJ shoes that cost from $7 to 'J.
4 4 nn tiiuokicinal and dnia hand-sf.whd wklt $ snoi;.
ijIfil-lHi. H(uuls custom-made shoes costinp from $d to $V
It SM lltfitf ViH roLICEMBN. Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all ear them.
?3 Smooth inside os a hand-sewed shoe. No tacks or vva thread to
hurt the feet.
Sfc sa ttl IS 1'NIiXCKLLIvD
tC. Iint WORKIXGMAN'S. Is the best in the world for rouirh wear; one
"3 ,ftir oupht to wear a man a year.
fc HO tillOf IS HUPAL TO SHOIIS THAT COST FROM $3 to M.no. One pair
jaw. wj) wcar ion per than any shot ever sold at the price.
$200 JllOC 1 K HOYS is the best School Shoe in the world.
ifrv mm tc0 YOPTIIS' SCHOOL,
shoes in the world.
All made in Congress, Button and Luce.
V. Lr. Douglas9 $3
Both Ladies' Shoes are made in sixes from 1
STVLliS OF L
'The Trench 'pern.'
The Spanish Arch op
Medium Comnion-Sinse." All
Also, French M'ein :n Frunl Lace, on $H Shoe only.
Consumers should remember that W. L. hol'ULAS is the largest nnd onlv Shoe Manu
facturer in the world, supplying shoes direct iroin factor thus givini; all the middle-men's
urotits to the wearer. w. L. I H I. LAS. Bnuktt.n, Mass.
FOR RALK BY
HERRING & WEAVER-
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed,
plete stoek of the above goods at
GRANT'S URIG STORE,
24 SOVTH MAIN 8TRHRT.
Oculists Prescriptions a specialty.
he 11 room l ouse on Stamesavenue
with all tnoiieru improvements.
For terms Afplv 10
T. C. 8TARNRR,
d3 dtf or M. B. Rolterta.
Mrcct, slievillc, N. V.
W. L. DotT. LAS' name and the priee an
stumped on the bottom of nil Shoes adver
tised by him before leaving his fnetorv; thi
W. L. DOUGLAS
$$ SHOli, ukntu:nen.
I a line seamless calf vw, with Drnpola ops,
and oak leather bottoms. Thev nu- made in
t on press. Put ton and Laee on London Cap Toe.
Narrow Cap Toe and Plain French Tor Lasts, in
ftm- from 5 to 1 1, inch'tiinp half ies and all
width. II you ha . e been p i vinp from Sii to $(,
for shots ot this ipiality do not do MoHmuer. thie
pair mI1 wear as loitp s two pairs ot common
sold by dealers that are not warranted by the
bo claims for this ..hoc uu-r all other .Tahoen
adv rtied, are ;
1st it contains better ninterial.
L'iI !t is mor. vtyiih. better littinc JUiddutiible.
rtd, It L'iu'S better ir iteral satistaeiion
1-th ' t ost s in ore i mom y to n ft I e.
nth It saves more rnoiu v t'r the consumer,
tl'h It is sold b- n ore deal is i hrouhout t he I. S.
7th It's p eat success is i ue to mi Til
Kth Iti'. uuidbe duplicated bv nuy other tmittu-fa-
!th. It is the ' est in the world, and has 1 ipertle
;. uuil th;ia any other $'- sliot rd v. t lined.
prove the above statements to be untrue. The
FOR II KAVY WISAH.
lust Cult Shoe for the
pives the small Hoys a chance to wear tht best
and $2 Shoes
7. including half sixes, and B, C, h, !J ami
)liS' SHt KS.
- a." "Tht Ameiicati Cotninou-Scnse,"
made in Lutton in th-. Latest Stvles.
V. D. ROVE,
DKALRR IN- -
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
All kinds of Muni,,
ami Vase made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Yard At li- n com he
NKW l)MKI carvfullv prepared by lead
ini nieniK-rs ol ilir Asheville bar ton
finest parchment and heavy flat paper), co
enng all netssary points, ,iust out and now
on sale at thr office of the Citiibn I'i blish