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Tl'ESDAY, DECEMUEK 17, 1KH.
THE EFKr.tT OK MR. GRADV'8
It would I a marked triumph for a
southern journalist, and orator also, i'
the speech of Henry W. Grady, recently
delivered in Boston, should, more than
any other production, lead directly up to
the better understanding and solution ol
the negro controversy ; we do not meai
the negro problem in its broader sense,
which embraces other topics not involvec
in that agitation now about to be raised
in Congress. What we refer to in Mr
Grady's speech is his meeting the allega
tions of the wrongs and injustice done t
the negro at the South, his elcar, con
vincing refutation of them, and his truth
ful presentation of the prosperous, jR'ace
ful career of a race recently liberated Iron:
slavery, happy in the enjoyment of theii
liberties, unobstructed in the accumula
tion of their own little fortunes, powerfu
factors in the general welfare, but not, a?
Mr. Grady pointedly and calmly states,
to be advanced to positions to domi
nate the welfare of the South. Tin
speech of Mr. Grady has aroused mon
than common interest in Washington.
There, the measures devised by Chandle
and others to control the elections witl
the view of securing rights alleged to b
denied to the negro voter must neces
sarily arouse very acrimonious discus
sion. Party interest, not sympathy foi
injustice, is behind the movement, which
unless controlled by enlightened intelli
gence, ample information and generous
passion must involve the country again
in interscctional animosity. We do be
lieve that there is a greater conservatism
among the Northern people than some o;
the most loud mouthed of their politi
cians permit us to gain knowledge ol.
We feel encouraged when the eminently
practical people ot tioston hear with ap
proval the truths so fearlessly uttered be
fore them by Mr. Grady and accept tin
statements made by him in the frank
spirit with which they were made, am
believe that in time the whole Northen
ear will becaught and the whole Northen
heart be touched, until in good sense ant:
calm conservative temper, the solution o:
a trying question will be reached. Wi
assure the Northern people that tht
Southern whites no more than the South
ern negroes lie on a led of roses. Tin
pestilent lersistent aggravations of agi
tators who either ignore what they do
know, or know nothing of the subjects
that disturb them, have prepared a path
wav ot morns lor iiotn races, condemned
to live side by side, whose way might bt
pleasant and waccful but for unwise ot
We append the following from tht
t'liiluueipnia limes, ui.it paper gener
ously accepts as true what Mr. Grady
says is true, and also asgcnerouslv recog
nizes what the south has done and
Mr. Grady, a Southern man whom no
one will accuse of liourbonism, gave i
most forcible and convincing reply, in his
address at boston, to the President s
advised complaint about the oppressed
negro in the South. The Southern Slates,
be says, will give the world this year a
crop of cotton worth $50,000,0(10, and
its equivalent in grain, grasses and fruit.
fiicn crops could not come from dts
contented labor, nor from labor unre
quited. The tax books of Georgia show
that the negro in that htate alone, win
twentv-five vcars ago was a slave, owns
of the ballot, and the necessities and the
temptations that led thereto. In refer
to these he said :
Let us look with a degree of pitv and
charity upon those who yield to fear
and intimidation in the exercise of their
right of suffrage. Though they ought
not thus to yield, we cannot forget that,
as against their free ballot, they see in
the scale their continued employment,
the comforts of their homes and the
maintenance of their families. We need
not stifle our scorn and contempt for the
wretch who basely sells his vote and
who for a bribe Ix'trays his trust of citi
zenship. And yet the thought will in
trude itself that lie but follows in a low
and vulgar fashion the example of those
who proceed upon the theory that polit
ical action may be turned' to private
But whether we pity or whether we
hate, our betraval is nonetheless com
plete; nor will either pity or hate restore
Where there is temptation there must
lie a tempter, ready to take mlvantage
of necessities, quick to discover the weak
spots to be corrupted. The most cun
ning and unscrupulous of the men who
worked on human wants and infirmities
was Col. W. VY. Dudley, a special friend
if the now President Harrison, whose
infamous "blocks of five" system has
passed with history. The system was
such an open violation of law as to have
invited immcdiatelegal process to punish.
Dudley found a protector in n L'nitcd
States district Judge, one Woods, who
saved him then, and has interposed
main on the re-institution of legal pro-
:ess. Woods ought to Ik imjieaehed
md no doubt will, or would be, if he
not protected hv those higher in a
ihority than he is.
We give the following statement of the
.asc from the Springfield Republican :
Col. V. W. Dudley was in Indianapo
is Ihursdav, hobnobbing with lud
toods ot the L tilted States district
.ourt, the federal attorney and other o
icials, and cracking jokes over the bloc
t hve episode ot trie last campaig
Ijpon affidavit made bv lolin A. Lang t
Jie effect that Dudley did unlaw fully and
leloniouslv counsel the bribery of vote
in the election of 1SSH. and that his a
vice was acted upon in various parts ol
he State, a warrant was issued for h
trrest, but Commissioner Van liuren put
t in his pocket, anil, instead of seeking
in officer to serve it, went to I lilted
States District Attorney Chamliers, told
lim of what had happened and received
he order to proceed no further in the
matter. Chambers is said to have bee
so instructed bv the department of jti:
lice at Washington. Thereupon Dud
ey visited the court room and Judg
oods deserted the bene li and a case
progress to greet him, and the othe
ederal officials vied with one another in
.lonoring the hero of the floaters
blocks of Hve. So the arch briber of th
Harrison campaign, under the protec
tion ot tile administration, was lionize
iv the officers of the law throughou
ihv day and left the city in the evening
without having been distunied. Accord
ing to the New York Tribune's report
rumor during the day thai Dudley ha
been arrested brought instantly mini
bers ot offers from prominent men at
New York and Washington to go on h
bond, but happily, to employ the Trib-
line s language, tins "attempt to anno
Col. i'udlev failed.
property assessed at ten millions of dol
lars nnd worth twice that much. What
people under like circumstances has ever
done so well ?
And the public schools bear testimony
to the work done on behalf of the negro.
For while the whites in Georgia pay 97
per cent, ot the school fund, amounting
to more than a million a year, 4S1 per
cent, ol the oeneticianesare blacKcluldren
The South, since 1H65, has spent out of
its poverty $122,000,000 on education
and this "vear will spend $37,000,000
more. Charleston, prostrated bv the ex
haustion of the war and its subsequent
disasters, spends a larger proportion of
its taxable value on its schools than does
But education is not the only or the
chief help to the solution tit the problem.
It is a slow process, but Mr. Grady says:
In the South there are negro lawyers,
teachers, editors, doctors, preachers,
working in peace and multiplying with
the increasing ability of their race to
support them. In villages and towns
they have their military companies equip
ped from the armories of the State, their
churches and societies built and sup
ported largely by their neighbors. What
is the testimony of the courts ? In pentil
legislation we have steadily reduced
felonies to misdemeanors and have led
the world in mitigating punishment for
crime, that we might save, as far as pos
sible, this dependent race from its
own weakness. In our penitentiary
record sixty per cent, of the prosecutors
are negroes and in every court the negro
criminal strikes the colored juror, that
white men may judge his case. In the
North one negro in every 185 is in jail ;
in the South only one in 446. In the
North the percentage of i egro prisoners
is six times as great as that of native
whites; in the South only four times as
great. If prejudice wrongs him in South
ern courts, the record shows it to be
deeper in Northern courts.
What nonsense to talk as though the
white people in the South were "terroriz
ing" or trying to "enslave" the negroes
whom they are thus slowly but steadily
leadine out of barbarism and helping to
become self-respecting and self-sustaining
citizens. And now mucn worse than
nonsense it is tu suppose that the med
dlesome interteretice ot congress is needed
or can in any wav assist in the healthy
solution of one of the most appalling
political problems ever thrown upon any
people a problem that the South is
working out for itself with a courage
and a success unparalleled in history.
Manv vears ago returner! California
miners who amused themselves in an in
vestigation into the character of the
North Carolina gold region were no
moderate in their predictions that a
sonic day those regions would prove as
marvclotislv rich as California was in its
palmiest dav. Their observations, we
think, were confined to Mecklenburg ant!
Cabarrus, the scats of great, though
somewhat expensive, mining operations
Stanley and Montgomery were jierhaps
not included. It is not improbable that
time will realize the prediction even as re
gards the two first, for undoubtedly gold
exists there in large quantities. Hut
the two bitter will be more quickly real
ized the dreams of those who picture the
gold in sonic enchanted spot where im
agination has sowed the seed from which
Midas might have gathered his golden
harvest, watered bv a Paetolus with
golden current washing itsglitteringw ay
over golden sands. Montgomery and
Stanley may prove to lie the golden
seeded garden, and the t whame river
the modern and real Paetolus to enrich
all those who dip into its auriferous wa
The memory of certain crimes is not ef
faced or condoned liecause success has
followed their jierpetration. Col. W. W
Dudley might felicitate himself that "the
blocks of five" system worked so well
that it brought about, as far as it went
the election of President Harrison; and
feel that, in stepping In-hind that success
ful functionary, he stood in the shadow
of protecting power. The law. offended
in his crime, has not leen nsleen. and
while perhaps the culprit thought he was
lorgotten, the warrants are out again
tor ins arrest, and it is probable some
thing will be learned of the mysteries of
elections, carried bv "blocks of hve," "hv
soap," and by other means familiar and
lavorite in Indiana.
In Mr. Cleveland's speech at Boston,
be laid much stress upon tbe corruption
Dr. Parker Prays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites.
at F. I.. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always be found.
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, files 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 dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and Patton avenue.
It is the scissors-grinder who likes to
see things dull,
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Svrno of Fies. when
in need of a laxative and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is the best family remcdv known and
every family should have a bottle.
What interesting things we don't see
wnen we nave our pencils ready !
Mr. Smith will be pleased to see his
friends at the Skyland Gallery ( Lindsey's
old stand ), where he is prepared to do
first class work and as cheap as they can
be gotten in the city.
Judge Htaepherd'a Opinion.
Washington, N. C, June 13, 1886.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy has been used
bv a member ol mv family, and fhr
result hat been very beneficial. I believe
it to be a good medicine.
JAS. t bUEPUElD.
The givatwt smiV of the
season in Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes and (1othinj'.
Our Dress Goods and Trim
ming's are plentiful and must
go. No limit in that depart
ment. We have marked ev
erything away down, and if
this will not force them out
we will mark them down until
they will go. A thing no one
else wants we do not want.
We hought at a great bar
gain from the manufacturers-.
.H)0 Zinc Trunks, all sizes, in
cluding some with roller
Now we will sell them as we
bought them, for it will pay
you to go through our house
as often as you can and pick
up such bargains as you can
We have several styles of
Men's Husiness Suits, which,
during the Holidays, we will
sell at a reduction ol .-.$ per
cent. So now is vour chance
to get a suit of (lot lies
Our goods must go. Cost
or profit has no effect, as we
are determined to sell at
some price, give us a call.
AND SKK OCR LI NIC O'
Presents for KVKUYKODY
from THE CRADLE to OLD
AGE, useful, beautiful, and
Oyster ViV Parlor.
Hostlc Bros. & Wright
No. 11 North Square.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PICTURES ANll FRAMES,
DOl.I.S, TOYS AND (SAMKS.
WESTERN K. C. HCF.NEIt,
Will b dosed
Dec. 25th, 26th & 27th.
The2rth for Clwistnms, the
other ilays for our annual
ItlealH at all Hour. Electric
Car Past the Door.
I take pleasure in annouuciiiK the Ovstrr
Season of lKH!i-'90 nun opened . nnd my long
exiterience in the Imsiness justifies me in
assuring the putilii that 1 can please and sat
isfy nil customer. I witl serve oy stern in the
heat style, nnd dealing only with reliable
house, enn oner the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Tan Konst. Huston Ma Stewsaspecinltv
limit care will be taken w ith all orders 1
se'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
can he had. I receive shipment direct from
packers every afternoon. Charges reason
able. My restaurant Is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Siwcial attention given to lady
customers. Polite nnd attentive waiters
Board by tiny, week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STR AI SN, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
nkw tmesi; ! ni:yl i tknishhdi
AM. MOUKKN IMPK"VI.MI.XTS.
MRS, N. II. ATKINSON,
No. 1M t llnvwond Street.
junL"J dl v
A Inrpe house, fliw I'nt ton avenue. Warm,
comfortable ro"nis. On street car line.
uctKdlim MKS.J. I.. SMATHHRS,
Has removed to the Johnston Huildititf, Pat
ton avenue, corner of Church street, where
she is orennred to keen nxulnr or transient
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Terms reason nble. mitrHlnifi
J. W. SCIIARTLK,
42 N. Main St.
J A DIES FRANK,
aa S. main Street.
aa umji tiNiuvi 1
aiiinua) squan pun ajng ag
"AIUN mnip.ilv to r.l
t tuoorts MJ, 1x5, p.l(X,'l"JH n uaSon
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033JJ0 3UV SN0IX3VU11V 1VI33dS
Pnnnn in mo niii-inun
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(iny Q109 anas
jo .xjs qi 3Umex3 puy
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Wo have a largo lino of
Underwear for Ladies
Which wo (lo.siro to roduoo
beforo Stock-taking. It in
already priced lower than the
same goods can be had else
where, but in order to clone
it out we will reduce it
20 PER CENT.
This will enable you to buy
Winter Flannels as low as
you can buy them at retail
in the Tinted States.
ASK TO SHE THEM.
We have had a very pros
perous year in our business,
larger than any previous
one, and as this may be our
last opportunity to do so in
18K(.) we desire to return our
thanks, and to promise for
the coming year still greater
efforts to please our patrons,
and to maintain the reputa
tion we established over two
years ago, that of managing
the Cheapest Store in Ashe-ville,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
AKt-nl for Kfemfl Circle Woolen MillR.
North Mitin . Ashcvllle, N. C.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AfthcYille, N. C.
p. 0. ROI p.
J. II. LAW, 57, 59& 61 S. Main St., Asheville.
HOLIDAY ! 1889 1 SEASON.
SKIS WHAT Wl! OFFER IN LOW PRICED CiOODS, NOV
ELTIES, TOYS, ETC.
The stock of fine Tottery, Glass, Lamps, Silver and Jew
elry is already well known.
The basement, or Toy and Bargain Department, is full
of new goods, at .V., 10c, 15c. 20c. and 2"e. One has no
idea 01 what .c, l()c. or loo. will buv till thev see thene
A TINE STOCK (HILDItKN'SBOOKS.utaboutone-half
usual price: A Sfl hook sells tor (., a z.e. book tor loo.
Nicely bound Story Books of about 500 pages at 35c. each.
Scrap Albums at 10c. to 35c, worth double. Tortfolios,
furnished, 15c. to 75c.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! The prettiest, cheapest and
best lot of Dolls ever seen in Asheville, from 5o. to (5 each.
CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS AND CAKDS. A splendid
display, all carefully selected. We are prepared to supply
Sunday Schools at lowest prices. Also beautifully pressed
I lowers tor sending abroad.
MAUCCS WARD S STATIONERY AND CALENDARS.
A large line and very low prices. We make a special price
on the finest Linen Taper and Envelopes, 25c. per box.
Calendars 15c. to 35c. each.
MOTTO (and not Motto) CI'TS.SAI'CERSaxpTLATES.
Hundreds of stylos from 10c. to 50c. Vases in great vari-
ty at all prices. We claim the finest line of Vases in the
State and the lowest prices.
I A TAXES E GOODS
new and pretty.
AND NOVELTIES. Everything
REAL JAT SILK and Crepe Handkerchiefs and Shawls.
Tine Hanging and Stand! See choice line, mv own
Lamps, StorlingSilver Goods, importation, of the eelebra-
iiid .Jewelry. See real Silver ted Bell Stamp Limoires
tangles at 35c. and (55c. each. 'China.
J am all ready for Xmas
trade now. Do not put off
buying till last moment, but
call at once or write for
prices of what you want.
Silver Tlated Ware, best
grade, Royal Worcester and
)oulton Tottery, Hungarian
ind Dresden China, Clocks,
?ronzes and Engravings.
57, 5'.) & ()1 S. Main St.
j. n. LAW.
Asheville, X. C.
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work u specialty.
Grates, fiances and Hollers net.
Buildings moved and repaired in fim class
Sewerage, limiting nnd traps for the same
thoroughly undvrntood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square,
Asheville, N. C. aiaySOdly
THK LAROKST AND BIvST Kgt'lPPKD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CUNSI'I.TINU CIIKUIKT ANf MIN1NO RNGINKKHS.
Analyses of Metals, Ores. Coal or Coke, Min
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
PRJCli LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property investigated, developed,
bought and Mold.
Samples can he sent by mull or express. If
sent by express, cnarges must be prepaid.
Agents wanted in every place.
DR. II. C. WOLTCRBCK,
nov5 dtw1y Manager.
TLANTIC COA.ST LINK
On and after this date the following sched
ules will be run over Its "Columbia Division."
No. 53 Leaves Columbia 5.HO p. in.
Arrives at Charleston 0.3O p. m.
No. 53 leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 11.55 a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia & Au
gusta and Columbia & Greenville Railroads.
T. M. EMERSON, (Jen. Pass. Agt.
J. F. DBVINK. Gen. Sunt.
mm me wou mate tsiuroin tune
D? HMtfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
1 b dvea la a fob nf mVm p Im.wI
.... , t.imoui ma mowiMfi 01 m p.-.uent. ff
THE BIG RACKET."
GEO. X. JONES.
necMurr- a. U absolutely harmleM an t.Jl effect
perm anon: . d speedrour. whether t.paUtn .
H?2r- drinker or en alcohollewnok. IT UW.VTM
T A I LA. It operates to qutetljr aou with auoh ear
tainty tawt tie patient under oee no inoooTenienoe.
fle4L 48 paf book of particulars free.
F. L JACOBS, DRUGGIST, ASHEViLLE, tt. C
W. L. DOl'GLAS' name and the price arc
stnmied on the bottom of all Shoes adver
tised by him before leavinK nil factory ; tht.
protects the wearers against high prices and Inferio goods. It" your dealer docs not keep
he stylr or kind you want, or offers you shoes without V. L. DOT'O LAS' name and price
tamiH'd on them, and says they are just as good, do not Ik deceived thereby, but send dl
ei't to the Faetorv. Ibr vou can ert what vou want bv return mail, tinatnirc noiH iiai,,M
mnke more tmifit on unknown shoes thnt are not warranted by anvbody ; therefore do not
he induced to buy shoes that have no reputation. Buy only those that have W. L. DOUG
LAS' name and the price stamped 011 the bottom, and you are sure to get full value foryour
money. Thousands of dollars an- saved annually by ' the wenrer. of W. L. DOl'GLAS'
Shoes. In ordering by mail state whether you want Congress, llutton or Lace, London cap
toe, plain Frenvh tor, or narrow cap toe, and be sure to give size and width you wear. I
can fit any foot that is not deformed, as mj shoes are made in great variety of widths, sixes
and half sizes. I guarantee a fit, prompt delivery and perfect satisfaction or money refunded
oinilitinn W I Pi kill I v u U....L. " w .
upon return of the shoes in good condition.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE QKNTLENEN.
! a fine seamless calf shoe, with Dongola tops,
nnd oak leather bottoms. Thev are made in
Congress, Button and Lace on London Cap Toe,
Narrow Cap Toe and Plain French Toe Lasts. In
size, from 6 to 11. including hall sizes and all
widths. If you have been pnvingfrom $5 to $6
for shoes ot this quality do not do so longer. One
pair will wear as long two pairs of common
sold by dealers that are not warranted by the
Our claims for this shoe over all other $3 shoes
1 st It contains better material.
2d. It is more stylish, better titling and durable.
3d. It gives better eeneral satisfaction.
4-th. It costs more money to make.
5th. It saves more money for the consumer,
fith. 1 1 is sold by more dealers throughout the t. S.
7th. It's great success is due to merit.
Nth. Itcnnnothe duplicated hy any other manu
facturer. 9th. It is the best In the world, andhasabirjrerdc-
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised,
$5,000 will be paid to any person who will prove the above statement, to tte untrue. The
following lines will be found to be of the same quality of excellence :
tff nrk Cfm GENt'INK HAND-SRWKD, which takes the place of custom-made
3 V VU OC hoes that cost from $7 to $tf.
THK ORIGINAL AND ONLY HAND-SEWED WELT $ SHOE.
Equals custom-made shoes costing from fi to $H,
n 6fin FOK HOMCKMUN. Railroad Mm and Lrttrr Cnrricraall wr.rthrm.
Smooth iiiffide as a hnnd-ewed .hoe. No tack, or wai thread to
hurt the feet.
IS t'NKXCHI.I.KI) FOR HKAVY WEAR. Be.t Calf Shoe for the
WORKINOMAN'S. I. the heat in the world for rouih
pair ouicht to wear a man a year.
IS KQl'AI. TO SHOBS THAT COST FROM $.1 to 3.n. One pair
will wear longer than any .hoe ever .old at the price.
FOR ROYS In the lie.t School Shoe in the world.
$T mm Wl.fttf. YOI'THS' SCHOOL, frivea the .raall Bov. a chance to wear the lie.t
75 anuc hoe in the world.
All made in CoitKrc.1, Button nnd Lace.
W. L,. Douglas' $3 and $2 Shoes lIbkk.
to 7. including half site., and B, C, D, R and
Both Ladies' Shoes are made In sizes from 1
FOR MEN ONLY!
HrUdllllC General and WERV0US DEBILITY
riTTT "P Waakness of Buoy and Mind: Effects
J U A XI ofErranorExeftiaesiDOlderToaiv.
Rabeet, Rabto SUSIIIMIO Ml Rntur4. Iltw la tatare u4
4lnrtfcMWKtK.rnrKVfMIFkUnKf: k PARTS of BODY,
tbtelultvly aafeJNnfHU.K THttATSkT-IUMU la S U.
la tMtlfy Trm 41 Stain, Trn-iUrirs, ami Forrtn foaatriM.
lea taa write UM. Bmi, feUijtanelkM, an 4 arMhaiattH
to aaareai ( MlelftAl CO., lUf f All, ft.
ni'I Whl.ker HaN.
Uonlan mnt FBEB.
B. M WOOLLKY. M.Dl
OS00 WbttateU Sk
to th aat
BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To the dtlwn. of A.herille and vidnitr I
would announce that at my .hop. on College
.treet. next to Woodtmry'. .table.. I am bet
ter prepared than ever to do work Inn, line.
Wagon. Buffftie. and CarriaKe. manufact
ured. Repairing and horne-.hueine are iw.
daltie., and perfect Htiefaction iruaranteed.
My workmen are experienced and akillful and
my chance, art moderate.
botUS d B. BURNKTTB.
STYI.KS OF I.A OIKS' SHOKS.
The French iineru." "The Spanish Arch 0icra." "The American Coinmon SenMe." "The
Medium Common-Sense." All made in Button in the Latest Style..
Al.o, French Oiwra in Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only.
Cnnttumer should remember that W. L. nnrr.LAs I. th lirmt ..H nnd- ahu u....
fncturer in the world, .upplying shoe, direct from factory, thus (riving all the middle-men',
profits to the weurrr. V. I,. Dot GLAS, Brockton, Ma...
FOR SALB BY
HERRING & WEAVERS
W. D. ROWE,
All eye. fitted and At guaranteed. A con
plete stock of the above 4ood. at
GRANT'S DRl'G STORK,
3 SOUTH MAIN 8TRBBT.
fx-nlist.' Fmcription. a .prdaltT.
One 11 room house on Starne. avenue
bith all modern improvements.
For term, apnlv to
T. C. 8TARNK9.
d3 dtf Or M. B. Robert.
ITALIAN t AMERICAN
Alt kind, of Monu
ment., Tom h. tone.,
and Vase, made to
order la the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
ANEW DEBD, carefully prepared by lead
tag members of the A.heville bar (oa
finest parchment and heavy flat paper), cor
criug all necessary points, jast ont and now
on sale at the office of tke Crruaa Puausa
nn Co . , North Court ninan. flsnlat