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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1890.
THE' DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLI'H-REKR PRINTING CO
OTnMtWn Iimiih ttotiinrnlll'. Im nubllllhcd
every afternoon (eiecpt Sunday) t the fal
lowing rate (nc(r cut,'
One Year. g
aim Month! 8.00
Three Month -5S
On Week lB
THK DAILY CITISKM
I. on ! t the following plane in AHhevllle;
BATTBKV PARK NBWB STAND.
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Mlllllll ncAH KTOHK. I'utton Ave.
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EM u arc.
TUESDAY. AUGUST 5,' 1890.
. You rcptiblicRiu have liicrrnHctl iwti
Hinim until the puy-roll of our cx-sol
dicin execeda now tlic cxpcnsca ot miiny
olthcviist standing nrmicsol i'.urnie.
iiml next yenr will siirp.ms tne (jreaicsi
us the lollowiiuj list will show ;
COST OF Kl'KOI'BAN AKMIKS 1SSH.
.$!.. 11(1. '-'
... tin, tint. 7:n
... i.iu,in i
IniUtl 8tutca iKimiune, IHUU.
vhilil in practically ilcad.
The chilil in practically tlcuil. llin
inline was not, as has Ihx'H statcil, Wil
liam l-'orvc, hut Hill Force, ami the uanit
and its parents couiliincd to liriiiK the
poor tliiiiL- curly to a comlitioii that
closely resembles dissolution itself.
Although he was ''so soon done for il
is not hard to gee what "he was lieuu
for." He tested the temcrof lhcieople
South and North, to u nicety.
In the South as coniliiued with thai
other erriihj child Atlanta lloycott, "mill
iiijj and puking in its nurse's the Con
stitution's j anus" the treatment oflhisc
two circuses under one teat, so to apeak,
proved that the eople South of Mason
and Ihxoii's line have as much hard sense
in a crisis as any cople ought to liuve
ami not lie too conservative. The Hill
l:orce lialiy has not been Ix'iitcn with a
elulior hit with a steam hummer, ll
and ils half brother Atlanta Uoyeott
have simply Ijccu scut to the reform
At the North many republican news
puiicrs have thoroughly ilcnoiinccil this
child of circumstance, prominent republi
can Hiliiiciaus liuve rciux.il to kiss the
tliiiii; and siiy how much it looked like
its lather, two strung republican Stales
have tailed to notice the balie in llicii
Stale platlinns that covered everyllmi);
else hi ij;lil; and last what a aifjhl tor
oils and men a tjuay republican col
oml club has thrown itscll proslralc on
thelHidy ul this same Hill I uric anu
would have siiiutlirn.il il then and then
il il had not lx.cn pulled out Irom under.
Men and bielliicu, 1'ublic Sentiment
still lives and move, and has a woild oi
lilc auiiiui; us.
l or UviuucritlHiil.
In our local columns lo-d.iy will U
loiiuii w n.it we lalicte to lie an .io.ui.iu
list ol the ilcmiK'raiicvaiidulaics lorsnuu
of the county olhccs. Thcai licle is in
lormativv ami siniiilil lie read ly ever
Tin. Ciiui.n w ishes to call especial ill-
leiitmu to one leature Dial mxuis likely
lo mark the Noveiulier campaign so lai
as ihelluiieonilie deuiocraey ihciiiinrin.il
That is the restriction ol Hie names luul
will go iK'lore the eoiivcnlion to irieu
democrats dciuocrals ul al least as long
ago as w ick la-lore lust and I he cliiniim
Him ol the sualk(l "uuk-ia-mlenl Irum
t lie list ul iiumiuecs.
Should the county democracy deeidcuu
this course Till. Cirixx Hunks it unlikely
that it will have cause to rcjjivt the uc
tion. It will lie consistent, cuur.igi.i.us,
demiHTiilie and in strict accord with the
What is an "iudcieuilent" democrat
uuy way but udoubtful dcmucrul ou pro
bation, on trial .' Let his reward conic
Who collects garbage iu Asheville, und
how much and when i
In many parts of the eitv new buildings
nave lieeu erected recently, others arc
now going up, sidewalks that deserve the
name hnve been laid and there has liccnii
sincere and, in some case, costly attempt
to nave Asheville take on the iipiiearaiiie
ol a model health resort. Hut there art
many "off" sim.u, brosen und muddy
sidewalks, slmuty stores with hen coops
In Imnt to iollutc the air, display win
(lows thick with dust, orliccs no lady
w ilh due regard for the cleanliness of hei
skirts would want lo enter.
rcrlnii worse than all, because really
dangerous to health, is the thriving ol
liiiriiage watermelon rinds, Iniiuinn iieel
nigs, rottiiitt Iruit into the street or near
ny to poison the uir that ii Ashevillc's
ehiel stink in trade, her main reason for
existence us a city.
Original f c Hhould Mm Ho.
A rerse-mnker in the heat-ridden, sun
struck north asks;
Now where', the poet bcnvcrm.iiKli,
With all this panting hue anil cry
Ol IIM..I unareinly tnrrl.lncn.,
To write a annuel to July I
Well, the weather in Asheville lint been
o delightful for a month or more that
we don't mind srttingoneof Tim Citixiin
poeli nt Hie job. Judging from last Sat
urday exhibit the result will be some
thing to lie proud of.
Iy the way, wc must at i nce correct
tlic rumor which is suid to be in circula
tion in some jealous uunrlcrs to thcefleet
that the selections printed were not urig
iiial. We have tlie asiurunct of the au
thors, backed with the toetry in their
own hundwrltlng, that charge of plngl
arisin cannot be tupnirtrd. We trust
this will silence tlie envious.
Tim New York Sun thinks president
Harrison will save I IIMI.WM) during his
four years' tend of office. Most Amerl
caui woukl want more thnn that to psy
tliem for being that kind of a man.
At the Mt. Molly fair, Knldgh graprs
were on exhiln'tion and they lust took
IIU3 of the $311 offered m premiums.
Howistbatf How would it do to pitch
in and teal Hickory on opera house r
llow would it do to crow over Winston
in a big hotel ? Mow would it do to lay
. -.. i :.. . i... . . i . i 1
uui uivhbiiuiu in mi iini niriiitce oiisi
ness? How would it do to beat the
the whole State na a railroad center
News and ( Ibscrvcr.
How would it do for you to rival Aslie-
ville as u health resort ? Or New York
a city ?
A WAX map of Court House Stpiarc
and the upier end of South Mam street
would lie mighty helpful to iedestriaus.
That locality has the general npicurancc
of having been agitated by a cyclone and
"TllK basis of all human happiness
contentment." This from the Knoxvitlc
Journal, but it probably meant to say
that the basis of all human contentment
Tim I'liilailebihiu Keeord says: "I. it
the South alone." Yes, as to force bills,
but as to all matters that are iiou-oliti
cal we want to "jiuc" with the whole
Comi! to think of it, the city fathers
are rather overdoing the sprinkling bus.
MUX 11777 TIIIXK 7'.I.7C.S
If Murphy is as good as ils bulletin
cannot help being u great town.
No other paH'r in the I'liiteil Stales ex
icpt the Wiliiiiiiglon Kcvicvy had this
item August 1!: "Columbus sailed
search of the new woi Id :UIS years ago
The longest "publisher's announce
incut" in the known world is printed by
the Wilmington Star. 1 1 tells every thing
von want to know and some things von
don't, but it is all good.
The Kockiiighaiu Spirit of the South is
for the Alliance in cvvrv column ol his pa
ikt. He has discovered that I.. I.. 1'olk
"wiilui lew easily counted exceptions.
the biggest man in the I mud Males.
Vnd he is.
axh tiiukk ix x. c.
The first passenger train
u:n i I
i iiKiauuro i i hi. iv.
The State Tobacco Association In
its annual session at Mori head Cilv,
ginning to day.
A lew fine cauleloiiiH'S were in market
liut the crop is now on its last legs.
Wilmington Kcvicw. Then it eaiite
louie much longer, can it, Mr. Kcvicw ':
Kalcigh, Wadcshoro and New Hcnu
ivporled the maximum tcuiicriiturc
riilay, as tin , t.li,irliitie, Wclilou mul
ioldslHiro .C, l.iimlKTloii and Florence
it, and Chcraw tili.
It laid '.17 eggsi.t one time. How's
that lor a hen.' I low ikt it wasn't
ncn: it was a turtle lom int lung down
it ilmiiiglou, where such things arc
common as eveorows.
The survey has ln-cu completed for the
cxlcusiiiii ol the Scotland Nivk and
irccuvillr branch ol the road to W ash-
ington. N. C. The right ol way .lor con
Htrucliug tlic line will la- secured at once
The Wilmiiigtou Cotton Mills eom-
pauv has icccully doubled its capital
tiK'K anil lias since Ugun the erection
ola buck building 7ixihi kit, tola
used exclusively as a weaving depart
incut and in which there will In.-:.'"'1
I ue resignation oi I'r. n. r. iiixon as
siiia-riiitciiilcnt ol the I Is lord (hpliau
Asylvin, creates a vacancy that lew can
lill. We think taking into coiisiilcraiton
ill iheeipiipnienls ol lie.nl ami hcai t
Key. W. S. Itlack. II. U. I'resirling lihlct
I tile Kalcigli Histricl, coulil lak up the
work anil carry II on succcsslullv. in
This part of the world is not Uliiiid
the balance in iiuvtlnug good crops
pretty girls, uglv men, eulcr. hard tinus
logic and evervthmg. We are on
laiom, a regular boom. We can do more
work in less lime anil rest more in work
time. Have the chance lo go fishing und
catch more when wc go. I'.o to town
less and siend less money when we do
go. Kaise more elm kens and loc none,
liotoihunh more and get more invites
to dinner. Live better al home than
ever lielore and in fact we are all in la-t-ter
spirits since the war. Tom I'.rccr ot
While Rose, Wilson Co., in Wilson Ad
oi t ox run vtA-us".
The apple crop is short this vear. and
sad thought : the cider crop isshorter.
New sweet Kitntia'S have made an no
ienrniUT in the W ilnuugloii market, anil
were sold lit 0 cents ht a-k.
t larmer in mison count v relusei an
olfer of $.111 a-r hundred iHiumls lor his
wnoie crop ol toiiaivo pist us it stands.
I he crop all through that section is thi
nnest ever made.
vvclilon .News: (.apt. Hay has sweet
Hitatoes that will measure ten niches
round and six inches long. Some of our
rarmrra sny this will la- the biggest ero
that has been made since IMKi.
iireenvuie neiieeior: e were shown
Ihree mnmmoth watermelons bv Iriend
an Stephens, the aggregate weight lie
ing l.'ll) Miunda. Ilcliought Iweuly-live
nun iney weigneo i.oihi miuiiiis.
Cnrlhngc llhide: Crops arem In I a- line
everywhere. All along the line nl the
railroads irom Here lo i nnton the pros-
arts lor an abundant harvest of both
cotton and corn arc very promising,
l-nyetteville Observer: Kecctit triia
tnrougn Kiciiinoiiu, rioiasou, ciunia-i-liinil
und Sampson have enabled us to
least our eye on the finest crop prosHX't
nun nave ginuiicnrii tne Hearts ol un
people in some yenr.
Murphy bulletin: We are reliably in
formed that W. r. Jones, a resilient of
Valley river valley, has sixty tobacco
stulksstnnding which produced twncropa
oi toiiacco last year, anil I now H-oduc-iug
another splendid crop. As far a wc
are able to learn this is un unprecedented
DHATIIS IX SOKTII L'.kol.lX..
On last Saturday the itBth Inst., Mr.
John W. Thomas, died at hi resilience
nrnrl.rcen Lake church. Mr. Thomas
was 04 year old.
Henry Stewart, of Ahlwville, On,, is
lead. He formerly lived in Rockingham.
He left a young wile to whom he had
been married only short time.
I)r I'. II. Mnyo. of Falkland, died very
suddenly nt hi home. He wus an es
teemed citisen of I'itt county.
Stanley foresee trouble between the
Protestants and Roman Catholic in
Africa if native convert be not kept well
in hand, but he has no fear of Mohamme
danism in the future. That faith, he
think, 1 fait decreasing.
WHAT A CAMTAIGN IT IS !
Til. I. MAN lit
r Correctly Reported He Call
Men by Home Names That lire
Obleclloiiable lo Hay the Leant
l.adivH uuell a Row,
That North Carolinians may know
what kind of u monkey-aiid-pnrrot time
they are having down in South Carolina
TllK CmziiN inakesthc follow'ug extract
Irom the News and Courier report ol the
Hampton meeting ou l-'riday. Tillm. n
iu the midst of his talk about an aristoc
racy, was being plied with freipient itic-
ries, which to sny the least, gave him
considerable annoyance. He called his
interlocutors "bull yearlings," suggested
lo them "they had no sense," asked that
they "shct up if they had no decency,"
told some one he was "a jackass,"
Tillman was asked by Rome one to-
wards the outer edge of the crowd:
"You have talked about iKrjurcd men,
llow many ol tneni nave we Here .'
Tillman: "You know them as well as
I. Why do you ask?"
Voice: "Who are they? I want you
to name them."
Chorus ol lour or live: "Who is the
man r Name him.
Tillman: "I'll name all nine of them."
Ucacbiiig to his vest pocket and drawing
out u slip ol p.-iiK-r he said: "Here is
where I keeo my bullets."
Tillman: "Read the uaiiie of llvnl, of
As soon as he incut iom-i! the name ol
Moore a man was seen pushing his way
tlirongli the erowil. irom a iiiiicreiit uirec-
ton to thcaTsou who had asked theipu-s-
:ion. lie came wit li his hat waving in one
hand and his right hand clinched. Ad
vancing boldly and with a delimit look
nunc .Mr. A. I . louill.ius. Looking
Captain Tillman in the laic he hurled at
linn tins epithet, us well as coulil ih
heard in the contusion '
"Captain Tillman, vou are a bar, a
black liar. Vou can't prove the chaigc
lK-riur.y. We rammed the he down
your ihrty throat at Knigcway. ton
lied then and vol. knew it."
There was a rush for Mr. Younians
mil the stand.
Mr. Harrison cried out : "Tillman, vou
ire a liar il you call (icucral Moore a nr
Men cau-'lit hold ot each other s coats,
trying to pull them awav from the trout
ot the stand. I here were hurrahs lor
Moore, and pandemonium prevailed. It
was like a storm ready to break forth iu
ill its fury.
Iu the very front ol the crowd were
three men who were csavially demon
strative. I hey were the Hamilton
linn hers, all ol them rabid Tillmauitcs.
I'hcy waved their hats and frantically
swore that no one should touch Tillman.
hie of them weighed about two hundred
pounds and his cries were uttered with
terrible violence. Another of the broth-
rs was so enraged that he was pale wilh
mger. Hut there were others who were
i-ipiallv as angry.
CuaiiTiiaii .Mcnwceuy rushed to the
li'oul ol the stage and ullcil out : "t.cii-
llcmcn, I lag vou, lor I lie honor ol
Hampton county, to keep ipiict. I 'or
oil s sake don I li t us have a row.
Hush a minute, i No response. I For
the sake ot ladies w ho are here, lor the
women whom we all honor, keep ipiiet.
This apiaal had its cuVct. friends ot
Mr. Harrison had caught both ol Ins
hands anil led him out of the crowd.
Mr. Voumaus was pushed back into t tie
crowd. He had said what he wished.
Judiie 'liicKae ! Judge- Clark.
W il in ui2t Hi M cski-nger.
llow generous and noble is the act
Judge MacKae in lctiriug lioiu.tlic Su
preme L'ourl contest when he sees his
piosH-i-ts arc lo Ik' advanced by an
iiioiii iiioiis ami hitter attack upon
inlge Walter Clink, We know in-th
ing ol lite merits ol tin assault. Wcdo
know that but tew nun have ever Mil
ieu tin circuits ol .V.rth Carolina who
made so good a record as Judge l l.irK
The- AHhellle- Clllzt'ii Uhes
The lali-sl loud news.
The freshest Slate news.
The liesl general news.
I'li-neral and seeial couiiuculs.
I lie largest suoscritition list ol unv
secular pa'r iu the State.
1 he W-si advertising mciliiun in tin
A full stall' of able editors and cones-
I he neatest, newsiest anil most enter
prising paK-r iu North Carolina.
Ils ellorts arc always devoted to the
tllibliildttig ami ileveloiimciit of the re
sources ol tne Male, particularly the
suiiseniition, ikt annum: s.l six
months; Gil cents per month.
A tTi-iini of tiirtar Imklnu tmwilvr, llluht-Mi
i mi in irnvrnmii Htrt'ituin v, r.itvt'ni
mini KrHrl. Aittmt 17, IhNU. fulyVtOUly
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
A few tl nt I nil lc room vtiih bunnl. A
ply to C.J MvCAPK,
nuKuxi-iiHr, U4Gruvc atrvct.
AN I Kit.
An rxftrrfriUTil ilitlrvmnn. A irnod und ncr-
muncni ixmltiun for h rinirti'iit uintt
TLANTIC COAHT LINB
On nnil Mflrr thU date the foltowlnir whed
it Im will tr run over ttn"Columhia ltvinlon.M
No. 63 Lenveit Cnliinihln" fl.20 p, m.
Arnven ati.hnnt'Hton 9.IIO u. m.
No. fill Lavti Charlrftton 7.10 a. m.
Arrive atCnhitnlila ll.AA a. m.
Cnnneetlnit with train to and Irom all
point on the Charlotte, Columbia Ac Au
Kunta and Columbia Ht Greenville kailroada.
. m. imrnrwni ucn, m mmmi nil
I. !. fiKVINK, ito Hunt.
Dr. B. F Arrlngton,
Pllllne teeth a inecialtv. alio trentin dl-
eniieil Rurnn, and all dlnrnaea pcrtnlninu to
tne acniai atmciurr. limit room on i'nt
toa avenue, over Kaytur ttmlth'a drua
CLEAN SWEEP OP. THK
During' this month wo in
tend to dean out till hihihiioi
Wo hnvo n'ot iv hirjro Htock
o! Law us. Itot h plain, Ht i iii'i
and olit'i kotl, which we will
close out at New York cost.
Ladies' tine Parasols We
have a lew left that are worth
.ft:j.r0 to 4.00, but we will
close t lit m 1 1 out at 2.00 each,
t hose ariMiicetlesiralile ",'oods
and are w'onifi' "t a barpmi.
We ha ve a n'ood line of La
dies1 Fine Dross (loods and
Triininiiifi's which we oiler at
a reduced price. A n'o'l
stock of Saloons and (iiiif
hains. It will pay you to examine
our line of Pablo Linen Tow
A f;reat. reduction in every
line, as wo arodiiio' to make
a clean swoop of all summer
floods if close prices will do
IIOSTIU ItKOS. & W UK HIT.
No. 1 1 N. Court Sunre,
W.A.m.AiK. J. V. HltOWN
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, ami in
vite our friends and the pub
lic Lveneri illy to call and ox
amine our well selected stock
Which wo nro offerino-nt rock
bottom prices. I idortiikin
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or iiijrht.
Telephone, ilny 7.", niji'ht (55
BLAIU & mtOWN.
The entire -toil, ol
1'Iatcd Jewel ryy
ii'IiiiImil litir 'i
HJ-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-HJ
KcKtinlkHt. ul cfMt, ii r iiiund In the future
to ktfp niHhlnu but Solid tbdd and
Hltrl m k Hllvc-r Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I FAMNR IFWFI FR
4outh main Hi. AMhcville
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
I'AHMKNIIKII IlKI'AMTH KNT.
Wmtcrn Nurth Carolina INvlalun.
I'AKSl'NC.HK TRAIN HCIIHIIt'l.U
i In HrrKCT Munh 'j:il
7Ath Mi-Hillnn tlmr tiM-il wht-n nut uthrrwlM
' tti ilil.ltiirn,
" New Vni,
I.v. New Vork,
a .loam I
" annum r
11 anam I
1 lllll) am
A. A. R
n 41) p m
7 ck) p m
A 1)7 p n
B40 p m
Uv. Hot Aprlniri.
oLiaT(IlaUjfyipt Wunttay.)T"No. 1T
viiiami.T. Aancvinr. Ar.
tlinamlAr. Waynraylllc, "
AAA p ID
1 AA p m
A 10 a m
iin4pmt" Hryiinn t-iiy,
' Not AO and Al'. Pullman Mttcpcra between
Orrmebnro anil Morrt.town.
Nna, A3 and AS t'ullman Hvffet Alreplns
Can tietwevn Hot Kprtnif and Wanhinatnu.
AHnevinc ii iirraRiaat Htation lor no, on.
11 Dinner " M AA.
Hickory U 6a,
W. A. WINBURN, 0, P A.,
Anellle. N. C.
JA. L. TAVLOR.0. P. A..
waaaaoaoa) u v.
WM. ft. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS
Asheville N. c.
P. O. BOX R.
P A fTTf All W. I Hi
Is 8kM an
d, and cvrrr pmt
hnm Mm nit nit and iTce irnnpr!
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OCNTLEMCN.
Flo Calf and tace1 Wmcrvrnwr rmla
The eirellinr and weartnt qualltleaof thl ahn
annot be bt'tter ahown than oy thentmuR aBdotaa
icuU of IU thouaaud of coDsiant wearera,
5.00 (Jenolnr lland-arwad an eliwant and
tvllah iIpni NhinH wliiih rHimmaiirla ltaalf.
AOO llaud-ewd Well. A flue calf Boos
V uiivtiuallrd for utrle and durability,
f Q.M -oodycp Writ U toa ataoOaid draat
v urn, ai a popmar pnee.
fO.60 Pollreman'a rthot I MpeetaU adapted
w fur rallr(ad men, farmer, eta.
AU made iu connrria, ku(ud ana Laea.
S.I I S9 . AS.
have been mmt favombly received lnee IntroducfJ
and thi re',nt Inipntvemenui maka tnem aupartor
Ut m ihni Milil at thiHO Drlrra.
Auk vour Dealer, and if he eannot ftnnnfr tab aand
dln-rt tn factory enH(-Blng advaitUMd prfeav or a
postal for urdrr blank.
V. L UOL'ULAaV Brvcktaa, Mu
FOR 8AI.lt 11V
WEAVER & MYERS,
MT. MITrilKLL IIOTKL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
l.,in I'KK I 'AY. 9H TO $7 I'l-K Willi K
Ninreil to Chimney KtH-k. Cntawba
full am! M'uhiir I'enk.
lulyl ldJm HI'KAiil'U At MOOKB.
Nrw tt'iuiw. newly furnlNhril. all mniem
iiiiprnvt-iiH-ntH. lurtii' mmiiM. itnod taltlc.
MRS. M. C. liOODK,
S3 Collcicr Hi.
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
A cent for Rcrni Creek Wmden Mill.
North Main Aahevtlle, N. C
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Kiiilritml tli-kt-tM Imufiht, milil anil ri
vluinKi'il. All triiiiMiii'tli.iiN Kiiiiriiutml.
C. F. KAY,
TU-ki-t Itruki-r, hhihikHc 8M-iitninnna lintel
3J AfHlvVILI-li J3
Mnnry llilvtiilivil nn Wntrhii. liillltlnlMl
ami vnri.iim ntht-r nitli-U-it
ll 1 r.
l'lilflixlr ,iti I Fi .,fl
FOH Yi)UNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
-t. ! Trench Itroad Avenue.
MRS. BUHGWYN MAITLANO, - PRINCIPAL
1 for many year AMUN-lnte lHnrliil ol Mt
vrrnon intiiiiiiie. liniliiiit.rr.l
Aited hy a eon of comiientettt tea
irvo 11 1 y
& NEWS STAND
Ma. rcvrlvccl a 11 Mr Hue of I'ark ft Tllfurd Im
imrlcil Clitiira; aim the impulur lirundu nl
iIuk ihr Dim tnliaii. Calhuun, II. F. Ornrr.
U-y Ik-.l. Mtult'. A A A A of (Inc cut chrw
itiK tiilincm, (llnlw, HiiKlrjr'. Miij-lluwrr.
Chr.airiikv anil Cnmnnl.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
FAHTHHT MUHTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WES?,
Anhevllle to Kanana City In 37 hour.
Ahrvllle to lienvrr In Al hour.
Afthevllle to Han Prnnciaen. L'Mlirnrnla. anil
I'oriiano, iirevon, in n nava.
Hoi id VcNtlhuled Train Ht. I.oula 'to Kan!
an City. Neellnlns choJr car free.
fur full Information call un or write lo
B A. Ncwland,
IHHtfiet Paaaenuer A Kent.
No. 10 Patton Ave.. A -.Seville, NC
I CMAKLTON, (1. P. A Chleavo, 111
Ililllur AahcvUk Cltlarai
That ear rnaaf IHcnil. mar aauw anw
an crttln on wc will .talc that wc took la
In Hotel am. Htora
9,000 In vivc Weeks.
Took In laat tatanlajr over ITno. 7 ul
that hotel, balance .ton. Hotel rtrl
tered SKI that day. Had 6,nno arrival, tn
S month. Our t ea I. maaiaiath ano kct
loan and 16 fcet wMe. Tell tk. balaac ol
the world to come and are "Old Chcd" .mile,
and bajr good, of a aad aave 10 M M per
norlodt . R. CHBDKATBIt WIN.
BUWIIEt, CARRMBEt) BUOMMITHINft
To the attleaaa ol Aak.IU. aad cldalt I
wnulil announce that at my .hou. oaCollrm
tnet. neat to Wooilhary'. utalil.., I am bet
ter prepared thaa erer to do work In m jr line.
WaHon.. lluaatm and Carrlaava maniifW..
arrd. Kepalrina and horarihoelnjt are .pa.
ctaltlea, and perlrct eatlefartloa jtuaranteed.
My workmen are eapertenccd and .klllfulaad
my charire. are moderata.
aoTaa a d. aiariBrTII.
i . nii nm r
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, ;N. C.
A modern flrt ela hotel. Hot und cold
Klevtrk" Itella in everv room. OiK-n tire In
room, lunch lounlrr, c):nr hiii! ih v a ntnnd nnd hnr find billiard room on fir I floor, lilee
irio atrtt-t enm dmr t vrry UH minute. Kiehmond and Danville rnllmad eating houHe,
;u minute ior nnni.
KATKN, i.oo MCR DAY.
A. G. HALLI BURTON, Prop.
J. H. BRVAN and WALTKK URKKN, ClerkH.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to nil trt of the city our own HottlinH lUttort IUtT at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our Imht f kept nt a teutNriiture of 4 di'Hrec nnd we KunrHiitcv you a freh article au,
II timea. THli TKAlUt Kl'I'I'MKlt V Hit Si
. WINE AND ..
IN TUB 8TATK.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM,
j. 4. ...q,.4.t, M r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. R. C
I OR NAL.K BV-
Ahhcvillc, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
fifteen commercial coume offered dtirinu the yenr. f8er entnlouite pnirr 42-.'l. I nly
etillte in North Cnrolinu with rcKulariy orKimutd Sehool of iNtlltioil nnd Hovinl St-tmiT,
cxu-iulintf ihroiich two yenr. (Cutulojtue puuv A-H4.. II nit'llrtit Hrhnol of Civil Khk"-tt-rinc.
'nt(iltKtit nKt 7-M.i HuK'Hur Sehool of l.nnKunKf, l'hilooihv, TheoloRr
nnd Natural Hch-iiit. AipHent admitted to nnyeouine w hi.h they ran ourwue with
:idvnntKC. ttver KHlcnurne thia year lending to ileKrrea Imt open to all. Ad tire
C0NTAIN8 NINE R00M8, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'inl.hrd thmiiKhnut In Antlnuc link. I'nrlnr and Hccrptlnn Hall Anl.hcd In Uuartcr
Hnwrdliak Willi, ilraiml Ith l.lmru.tii-Waltun.
Fur further Informntlnn cnll un
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jcflcron Drive.
July! Ad im
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,.
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAB.
A .hurt ill.tnnve from the font of the I'lnnat-lc or the lllue Kliljcc, from which bal.amle
hrrrir. arc constantly blowing. The avencry le pliturcquc, walk, wild and varied, and
water pure and abundant.
L.ITHIA WATIIK A FBW BTBI'8 I'HIIM I'KIINT IHKIK.
Ul.ltCTRIC 11KULH AMI BATH KUUM
MPIXIAI. KATM UIVKN TO VAMIMKH.
OpctiH June mt. For TrrniM, itddrea
J. BII.OW KRWIN, rroprietor.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window hdend Patent Hangerm,
Palnte. (XI. and Varauibea, Maaary't Ml led Paint, and Colore
Prcnch and America.
Wc keep In Mock Mt. tiul.and Krnturkv fad
A - Word - to - the -
The Mlrlnway I'lano U .till the rrciiRnlinl
way', agent. The Imt muelc K-nptc In Anhrvlllc buy It and take no other. It take, money
to buy It. I tell It eery clime, .till tunic people cannot quite reach It. For thcae I have the
A. D. Chaae Piano, which I. acknowledged and .old by Htrlnway a. neit to hl. The Ur-
erett Piano haa been In demand by other aou.ee
Palk keep. It light here.
By my price. I may not get rich, but I make a huat of friend..
The Perranil ft Votcy Organ will be eonicthlng new In the market at thl. place, while '
Wllcoi White, Kimball Waterloo Organ,
trrme, I wl.h It to be nndmtood that when
wl.h to keep the Inatrnment. I do not retain
bore rent. I hope the character crtahll.hed
when you have to decide where to buy a Piano
wntrr nnd hatha and toilet on every floor.
office nnd urn ten In iH'd room. Oftice. riininar
LIQUOR , STORE
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
- Trinity College, N. C
Jul vl lid len
Wladow Ulaaa, tnitk
People - of - Aahavllle.
Htanilard of the World, and C. Palk I. Mtcln-
who wanted It fur thl. territory, but C.
are con.tantly demanded and told on good
I cell on In.tallmenta, and purchaacra do not
all money paid, but return all amount, paid
for 13 year. In A.herllle will have It weight
or other Instrument, ke.uectfullv
FALK, ss North Main St.
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