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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1S89.
DEATH OF JKFFCKNON IIAVIs
The end at last has come, and the
eyes of him to whom the South has
turned in affection and reverence
closed in death. Watching and waiting
and hoping, vet fearing, the summon?
yet seems to have come prematurely ; fin
we all clung to him as the link that
united us to the past, as one that when
broken would sever the teiulercst and
the bitterest of associations; not the as
sociations of strife and hatred, not tin
memories of a severed union, not of th
nopes 01 independent nationality; not si
much these as the association with suf
fering, the trials of courage, the tests of
fortitude, the pangs, the pains ol defeat
and disaster, the humiliation of defeat
the mortification of subjugation, tin
prostration of pride, and then the mem
ory of the vicarious sufferings of tin
grand Chieftain upon whose head was
visited all our ascribed offences, ami who.
when all others had arisen from their
prostration, alone was marked for per
petual sacrifice. If we could have for
gotten Mr. Davis, we were not per
mitted to do so. We were forced to re
member, in his person, that we had
sinned as patriots, and were perpetually
reminded that, as he stood indellibl
branded as rebel and traitor, so we, f
whom he was punished, should neve
forget the love, the patience, thecourag
and the magnanimity with which h
suffered. The South was under an obli
Ration, and gladly accepted it, to ad
here to him who had taken up thci
cause from the beginning, who hai
oravciy supported it through all it?
phases of good and evil fortune, am
which, when overthrown, he had nevei
disowned; for it was the cause of const
tuuoiiai nucrty; and posterity, if no
contemporaneous historv, will do bin
ample justice. Repassed away before
generous general tribute was paid V
him. Sorrowfully do they now stan
around Ins uier, anil with spmitancou
universal sincere sorrow, shed their tear-
over their beloved leader, growing mor
valued and dear, as, with the passage o
each year to the grave that at last
ceived mm, Ins virtues shone out wili
greater purity, and his wisdom glowec
with a stronger lustre. The last utter
ances of his waning physical strengtl
were such as might fall upon the listen
ing ears of all the country, not upon on
portion only, instilling into their mind
and hearts that knowledge and rev
encc of the constitution through tin
fidelity to which can the harmony
prosperity 01 tne wnoie ue secured am
The lilc, the deeds, the principles of Jef
ferson Davis seem to be so contemporan
cous, so m uc n a part . Jvmtlicni per
sonal and public history and knowled
that relerence to it might seem super
nuous. liut tile younger generation is
not so familiar as that now passing
away, and we present the following out
He was born in Kentucky June 3
1808. In childhood, Mr. Davis' lathe
moved to Mississippi, and he grew ti
manhood in that State, from which hi
wasappointed as a cadet to West I'oint,
where he graduated in 18!8. He
signed from the army in lKi3, returning
to Mississippi, and became a cotton
planter. He then married a daughter ol
Gen. Zaehary Taylor, who afterward:
became his commander in chief in the
war with Mexico. Mr. Davis wa
elected to congress in lS.", but resigned
to join the army in lNfi, taking com
mnnd of a regiment from Mississippi
which greatly distinguished itself at
Buena Vista, Col. Davis, with a novel
tactical movement, being chiefly instru
mental in turning threatened disaster
uality, it nevertheless freely coalesces
with all who seek whatsoever things are
true, honest, just, lovely anil of good re
port. The race has the strong will,
religiosity and shrewdness of the I lebrew,
the photographic profundity of the Ger
man, the political conservatism and sa
gacity of the English, and withal, when
need be, th audacity of the French."
In running over the experience in North
Carolina, we comprehend the justice of
the characterization. We find in Meck
lenburg county, for instance, the deep in
tense sentiment of religion and care of
education combined with the irrepressi
ble fires of liberty supported by fearless
courage and inflexible resolution, guided,
withal, by a .statesmanlike wisdom
which was able to evolve so weighty a
locumcitt as the Mecklenburg declara
tion of independence.
Of the men of this race of national fame,
we find the names of Patrick Henry,
Thomas Jefferson, John Witherspoon,
ohn Paul Jones, James Madison, John
Marshall, Andrew Jackson, James K.
Polk, James Bnchanan, and 1'lysses S.
tirant; to which may be added, in other
spheres of action, Robert Pulton, Horace
lireeley, Robert Bonner, and the McCor
nicks, North Carolina is so full of them
that we cannot name them. There are
ihe Caldwells, the Wilsons, the Hrcvards,
the Alexanders, the Seviers. the Hentous,
the Morrisons, so many in fact, that to
name them is to epitomize our Slate his
.ory. We accept the origin of the Scotch-Irish
in Ireland to the effort of James I to sup
plant the turbulent Irish in the.Xorth.nnd
dso subvert the Roman Catholic faith
ly the introduction ol emigrants from
Scotland, which was done on a very
;rcat scale and with permanent results
Hut Col. McDowell, one of the speakers
n the congress, states as a fact what
vas before unknown to us, that this
Scotch colonization was after all onlv a
eturning wave; for he says that tile
irst migration of the early Scots, as he
-tyled them Cells more correctly was
hrough norther;: Europe, by way of liel
;itim and the north of 'ranee, to Ireland.
I'his was certainly as far back as the
bird century. In the sixth century, a
olony of these emigrated across the
Irish channel and settled in north Britain
-Scotland ; and it was the descendants
f these that were sent back to Ireland bv
nines I, and liecanic the founders of the
resent Scotch-Irish race.
ve can onlv make one more comment.
Col. Johnston, in his address, lays great
tress upon the fact that the two States,
me on one side, the other on the other, in
die great war between the Slates, most
-onspiciious for the valor, their tenacious
.ouragc, and their sacrifices in battle,
were North Carolina and Pennsvlvania ;
mil he ascribes this desunction to the
predominance of Scotch-Irish blood in
both. We give full prominence to that
race, but other sources of North Caro-
na's characteristics must not be ignor-
d. The State was colonized from many
juarters, and by many people; the Eng
ish largely ill the coast counties, the
Scotch in the Sandhill country, the Cer-
nans in Orange, Guilford and Randolph,
and also in Stokes, Surry, Lincoln, Ca
tawba, Iredell and some other counties;
Scotch-Irish colonists also were among
these as in Duplin, Wayne, Orange, Guil
ford and others. But timeenough wasgiv-
en for these various races to have blended
long before the late war. though thev
had not yet done so in the war of the
revolution; and this blending had
brought out the characteristics which
listinguish North Carolinians as a peo
ple prudent, conservative, undemon
strative, but energetic, brave and tena
cious of purpose; slow to be moved to
resistance, but when moved, moving on
until they have done their work well.
The book is so valuable and interesting
that we can safely urge our Scotch-Irish
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
PI Vi .l-
Afi;iin we cnll your special
attention to the celebrated
Morrow Shoes, which have
stood the test for inn ny years
for Di kaiumty. for Exckl
lknck of Stylk, for Comfort
and Exactness of Fit, being
equal in quality, style and tit
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
again in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kinds of Shoes
(if every defVable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
Come and examine our
goods; 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.
We haven't changed our
days; not because we had
nothing to say, but just be
cause we haven't had the
time. Our store has been full
of people every 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, the
"Big 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 7 re you hack
vour iiiowy. We underbuy
anybody in Asheville, and can
easily undersell anyone. We
sell more shoes than theShoe
Store beaiuse ire sell thrin
cheaper, and we sell as good
Shoos as any store in the
city. W esell Cloth ing-cheaper
than a Clothing Store, mid.
i;i ropi:an plan.
Meal at all Hours. Klectrlc
Cars Pass the Door.
I take i-lciiMirr In rmnoutichtK the OvMer
Season of lHKlt-'itO has opined, and my Umg
experience. in the misnu'ss justifies me in
assuring the pulilic that I can please and sat
isfy all customer. I will serve oysters in the
beat style, and dealing only with reliable
houses, can oner the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Tan Roast. Boston Hay Stews a specialty.
Great care will be taken with all orders 1
scM only the finest and freshest oysters that
can be had. 1 receive shipments direct from
packers every afternoon. Charges reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At nil times. Special attention Kiven to lady
cUHtoniera. Polite anil attentive waiters.
Board by (Iny. week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the bent the market
affords call on
K. STRAl'SS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NUW HOUSE! NEWLY J-CKNISIIKI) I
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
A Inrue house. 318 Patton avenue. Warm.
comfortable rooms. On street ear line.
octMdum MRS. J. L. SMATHKKS.
A full line of DRV HOODS
Hats and Clothingnlwayson
hand at astonishingly low
Bostlc Bros. & Wright
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
PICTt'RliS AND FKAMP.S,
III.ANK HOOKS, ICVI.R V URAIIK,
linl.I.S. TOYS AND OAMBS,
WKSTKRN N. C. ttCENEi
3a S. Main Street.
into brilliant victory. In 1S47 lie was
elected to the United" States Senate from readers all others in fact who value au
Mississippi, and in the administration ul thcmic ""d somewhat new history-to
President Pierce, he was secretary ot :!h,ta'n " S"''-v 7 ?llress"iK the pub-
war, one of the best the mir' hns ! . ' Kouert Co., Cincinnati.
, ...... umo
ever had. During Buchanan's adminis
tration he was again in the senate. But t)r. Parker Prays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
when President Lincoln was elected, and li,lc. Onjjaline and Diamond nail powder
the secession of Mississippi followed, he "avinj. now become the ladies' favorites,
withdrew from the senate and went :,t P-1.. Jacob's drug store, these popular
home. The Confederate congress as- manicure articles may always be found.
sembled in the winter of 1SC1, and at together with pocket emery board, or-
Montgomery organized an independent !inKe wood slicks, nail scissors, files and
government, of which, on February th, other such requisites. Also a complete
he was elected President, and in 1862 he I tine of drugs and toilet nrticlcs, in addi-
was re-elected for six years. When the l'on ' the Hebe Sodo Fountain from
government was transferred to Rich- which ice cold drinks are disiensed. Cor
mond, Mr. Davis removed hither, and
remained there, with the exception ol
occasional visits to the army, until the
capture of that city compelled him to
seek safety elsewhere; and on his way to
Mississippi, he was captured in Georgia
and taken to Fortress Monroe, where he
was confined as a prisoner until he was
released on bail and without trial. His
disabilities were never removed, and he
died technically not a citizen of the
ner Main street and Patton avenue.
A good deal is said about a meteoric
stone recently sent to our State museum
at Raleigh, as if that were a new thing.
Perhaps, they have been lost or forgot
ten, but we remember seeing one picked
up in Currituck in a year we have for
gotten, and also, some sent from Mecklen
burg, picked up by Dr. Gibbon, director
of the mint, after the loud explosion of a
great meteoric mass in that county ii
189. Stones were picked up quite
abundantly after a similar explosion in
Nash county eight or ten years ngo; but
KCOTCH-IHIttH IN AHKKICA,
It will be remembered by those inter
ested in the subject that in May last they are not so numerous as to have
there was a congress held in Columbia, become common, and we hope that all
Tenn., of all the branches ol the great found will be carefully preserved.
Scotch-Irish family, so widely diffused all
.u. i7:..j c... w ' :n .. 8rap of Flt.
I l'rTiiitnri tmm rh lnvn(. A
merous in North Carolina, Virginia and tions juice of California figs, combined"
Pennsylvania. Out of this congress has with the medicinal virtues of plants
come the very interesting volume under Known to dc most rjenencial to the hu
. i jt,..i man system, acts gently, on the kidneys.
vr- i r nA ur..uA hvcr and. J, Actually cleansing the
-. j-t - r svsiem, dispelling colds and headaches.
d.u . p n:: : u I - j : l.. u: ......
If ,von want a good I'm
brella that is warranted not
to CRACK call on
THE LEADING JEWELER,
A fine line of imported han
dles different, "you know,"
from anyone else's.
thTTathWc ! church property
This pint of 74 acres on Valley street, the
old Catho ic church property, it now offered
for salt- either as a whole or in lots to suit
This propertv is on a beautiful eminence in
the eastern section of the city, commanding
a view almost equal to the Battery Park of
all the mountains around Asheville. Thereis
a larite church buildinK on it that can easily
lie converted into a residence, around which
stands a urove of original native oaks that
shades the larger part of the property. This
property will be offered at private sa'e either
in sections or as a whole till the 2th da nf
January, 1HUO, and if not sold at that time
it win ue so u at pusuc auction, on reason-
Plats of the urouertv mav h w.
NATT ATKIVSON i SON.
ov30 dtl Real Estate Dealers.
Write to any of your friends in Marion.
N. C, and ask them what Mrs. Toe Per
son's Remedy did for Mr. A. L. Finley.
mow of it. Tinware at ha
prices, (Jlassware and house
hold using thing's so mui
cheaper than others tha
people wonder how we cot
them. That doesn't matter
we have them, and they ar
yours with a good title when
you bring thecash. Ribbons
Tips, Birds and Wings, we
have always sold at less than
half of Millinery Store prices
t . i
ami earry rnree Times as
large stocks. While our lint
of Dress Goods isnotaslarg
as some, what we have has
been bought at such prices
that we can easily sell them
lower than others, and stil
make some money on them
Hats. Handkerchiefs, Gloves
Stockings (fast black and
cheaper grades), Quilts, Ulan
kets, Shawls, Mats, Rugs
Trunks, Valises, Hand Uags
Hoods, Caps, Furs, Curtains
t i i in i
roies, Miaues, are among
our leaders. .No well pouted
citizen of Asheville buys any
of these things without prio
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 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 "Uig
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 Uar
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.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Una removed to the Johnston BuililitiK. Pat!
ton avenue, comer of Church street, where
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
hoarders. Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Terms reasonable mar 31 niO
J. W. SCHARTLE,
GRAND CHRISTMAS OPENING
57 59 & 61 South Main Street, Asheville, N. C.
All are asked to come to the opening not to buy but to
see what there is new this season.
A Finer Display Than Kver Before.
The Japenese department crowded with novelties, all
new. Silver jewelry and art department not excelled in the
South. A grand display of china, glass, lamps, and all
sorts of choice pottery. A rich and large line of silver and
plated wares all new designs and cutlery.
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A;eiit for Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . Asheville, N. C.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aglievllle, N. C.
I. O. BOX P.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile anil Cement work uspeeinlty
Grates, Ranges and Boilers set.
DuililinKs moved nnd repaired in first class
Seweraite, llrainaKe and traiw for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe HuildiUK, Court Huee Square,
Asheville, N. C. mav.'lodlv
THB I.ARCKST AND IlKST KOI IPI'KI) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSULTING CIIKMIST AND MININU KNCINHKKS.
AnnlyNt'n of Metals, Ores, Coal or Coke, Min-
crHi iiiers, fertilizers, etc.
PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining nronertv lnveKintH i
bought and sold. '
.Samples can be sent bv mail or eire if
neni oy express, ctiurRes must be prepaid.
Ajtvuin w uiucu in every piuce.
1R. H. C. WOLTCRHCK,
novA d&wly Manuer.
My youiifr friends nrc not forjrottcn. DoIIm of every kind
from the cheapest to the finest. Toy teasets. No end of
children's story and pict lire hooks, scrap books, writing
desks, albums, etc. All at wonderfully low pliers.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS, IIOOKLKTS AMD CARDS.
A CHOICE LINE OF THE CELEBRATED MARCUS WARD STATIONERY.
Trices on all goods are uniformly low and always of the
J. H. LAW.
W. L. DOUGLAS' name and the price arc
stamped on the bottom of all Shoes adver
tised by him before leaving his factory: this
protects the wearers aKainst hiKh prices and inferio gunds. If your dealer docs not keep
TIMNTIC COAST LI.NB
On and after this date the followlnir srhrd.
uies win ue run over us Columbia Division. "
No. 53 leaves Columbia fi.20 . m
Arrives at Charleston 9.3(1 p. m.
No. 52 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 11.55 a. m.
Connecting with trains to nnd from nil
points on tne cnnrlotte. Columbia tit An
gusta and Columbia & Greenville Kuilroads.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Art.
I. F. DBVINK. C.en. Sunt.
mm me worio mute is Bvrort cute
OES GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
11 i i k ,te I" . ifnlnitMi,! . mrti.
Hml. ... , without the knowled. of th. patient If
neceassrr. a. Is eb.olute!7 harmless sa v.Uneot
E,"r""ni -4 speedy oil re whether fci. p.tlen . : a
modem, drinker or.n lcohollown.ek. IT l.RVEH
S'L'i."".!!;""' Setoes no lnoonv.nl.no..
Sii..!!? 52 ', his oomplete reformation 1
.fluted. a pag. book of particulars free.
F.L JACOBS, DRUGGIST, ASHtV.LLE, N. C
FOR LIEN ONLY!
I POSITIVE rorrOSTor FAHINO MANHOOD t
General uid NERVOUS T1F.BTTTTV.
rjlTTlT! Wek"M of Bodyuid Mind: Effect.
-- o'ErronorEsoeMeiin Old or Younc,
8fc(Mt, Sobl HASHCMir. fill It Rrlrrf(J. ilv l KatMtwi
9trwMrUWl.l.,rSDI(VliUt'FtMlKliA!(H PiKTSof iODf.
4bMlult twfhlllf HUNK TUKAT.1K3IT HtMiHIta In
Um l4Hilir frtM- 41 8tKlrt, Trrilr4, anrl rrtm CorutriM.
HraiiniMM. mob. iuiipipian.il, art pnthulM
protects the wearers against high prices anil i
the style or kind you wnnt. or offers you shoes without V. I.. IlOI'GLAS' name and price
stamped on them, anil snys they are just as good, do not be deceived thereby, but send di
reel to the Factory, tor you can get what you want bv return mail, postage paid. Dealers
,l ,iiii nn uiiKiitiwn sniies tiiai are not warranted by anybody ; therefore do not
lie unlaced to buy shoes that have no reputation. Huy onlv those that have W. L DOUG
l.AS' name and the price stamped on the bottom, and volt arc sure to get full value for your
money. Thousands ot dollars arc saved annually by the wearers ol" W. L. IlOI'GLAS'
.shoes In ordering by mail state whether you want Congress, button or Lace, London can
toe, plain I reneh toe, or narrow cap toe, and be sure to give size and width you wear I
can fit any foot that is not deformed, as my shoes are made in great variety of widths sizes
and hall sizes. I guarantee a til. prompt delivery and perfect satisfaction or money refunded
upon return of the shoes in good condition. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SJIOE UENTLKHEN.
1" a fine seamless calf shoe, with Dongola top.,
and oak leather bottoms. Thev are made in
Congress, Mutton and Lace on London Cap Toe
Narrow Cap Toe and Plain French Toe Lasts, In
sizes from 5 to 11, including half sizes and all
widths. II you have been paying from $5 to $fl
for shoes oi this quality do not do so longer. One
pair will wear as long s two pairs of common
sold by dealers that are not warranted by the
Our claims for this shoe over all other $3 shoe,
1st. It contnins better material,
d It is more stylish, better ntttnganddurabte.
.'Id. It gives lietter general satisfaction.
th It costs more money to make.
5th. It saves more money for the consumer,
tith. I lis sold by more dealers throughout the U, S.
7th. It's greut success is ilue to merit.
Nth. Itcnnnotbc duplicated bv any other manu
ilth. It is the best in the world, and hasalnreerde-
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised,
$5,000 will be paid to any person who will prove the above statements to be untrue. The
follow ing lines will be found to be ol the same quality of excellence :
&C.OO Shoe 1;I!NJ7,?"J "A.Nf"-S,1jy;"'. whkh tnk the P'a of etistom-made
shoes that cost from $7 to $U.
$4..00SllOe THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HAND-SKWKD WELT $4 SHOE.
t,M"v Equals custom-made shoes costing from $6 to $8.
$?eO Shoe POLICEMEN. Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all wearthem.
J Smooth inside a. a hand-sewed shoe. No tacks or was thread to
hurt the feet.
$2.50 Shoe NEXCHLLEDFOR HEAVV WEAR. Best Calf Shoe for the
$2.25 Shoe W,?..RK,?r'.MAN'S- I the best in the world for rough wear; one
J pair ought to wear a man a year.
$2.00 Shoe 1SF''AI;Tn SHOES THAT COST PROM $3 to 3.50. One pair
will wear longer than any shoe ever sold at the price.
$2.00 Shoe FOR BOVS ' thc be"t School Shoe in the world.
$1.75 Shoe ?ti ti,e world.1" Kiv" tbc "na" Bov chnnct to w,ar the bt,t
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
W. L,. Douglas' $3 and $2 Shoes Jtoum.
Both Ladies' Shoes are msrie in sImh. frnm , ... t 1 i. i ........
EE widths ' Bi.ce, .na u, , it, is ana
STYLES OP LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opera." "The Spnnlsh Arch Opera." "The American Common..,..
.h.... .,..,..,-.:, mi niatie in nuttnn in tne latest styles.
Also, French Opera in Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only.
Consumers should remember thnt W. L. DOlTC.LA8 is the largest and only Shoe Mann
fnctiircr in the world, supplying shoes direct from factory, thus giving all thi middle-men's
profits to the wearer. w. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. M..
-FOR SALE BY-
:HERRING & WEAVER .
frM rwiawl t
and Whisker Has,
Itsenrnd at born, with
ontputn. Book nf par.
uenisrs sent FKEIU
B M WOOI.I.KV. u n.
otaoo tut WtouufUi tu,
rn th .at
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To the citizen, of Asheville anil -elHnltv I
would announce that at my shou. onCalleire
treet, nest to Woodbury', stables. 1 am bet
ter prepared than ever to do work in my line.
Wagons, Buggies and Carriages manufact
ured. Repairing and horse-ehorinir sn anr.
cialtiea. and iienect saiislaction guaranteed.
My workmen are experienced and skillful and
my charges ar moderate.
BOTVS a B. BUHNBTTB.
All eyes fitted and (It guaranteed. A com
plete stock of the above good, at
CHANT'S DRUG STORE,
24 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Oculists' Prescriptions a specialty
One 11 room house an Stnrnesavenue
with all modern improvements.
For terms apply to
. . ... T. C. STXKNR,
s aa Or M. B. Roberts.
W. D. ROWE,
Granite M onumen ta,
Headstone., Urn a
and Vase, made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
A NBW DEED, carefully prepared b, lead
in mfmhm ..f . K. a -t.-...ii- y
finest Darebment and hea s.. .
ering all neceraary points. Ju.t out snA'l
le at the office of the Cituim Piiblisis
CO.. Nr.. a Hart, Cowrt rim