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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST G, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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THK DAILY CITISKN
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LI I l.KIM IIFflCB.
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MiiliHl. ( IilAH s roHli. l'utton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NUWSSTOKU, North Court
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6,1890.
What is the difference lietween Cleve
land's nnd Harrison's niliniiiistrution i
Clevcliitid'a k'ft the treasury with more
than n hundred millions surplus casli on
Imml and with a reeoninicmmtion to re
duce taxes. Harrison's has produced al
ready in less than two years more than n
hundred millions deficit in the treasury
with siiL'v'cstioiis of increased taxation.
Just tlie difference between the faithful
and unfaithful steward.
Keniuiler and HIM Victim.
One of the many Icjjnl points liroiujhl
up 'H anelfort to save thelile of Kcnimlcr.
the Albany, N. Y inunlerer was this:
The week iK''iiiiiiii August , ends
with Sunday. The warden has arbitrary
power to deter the execution until
Sunday, August III. On Similar, it is
held, that the general law would inter
vene to prevent the killing on that dn
upon the ground that any execution i;
legal processes upon Sunday is not legal
liireetlyat this point the ease istoiiehcd
by that geuenil principle of law, that ii
the sentence under which Keniuiler is ex
heeled to be killed is void in part, it must
lie wholly void. Hrought to a close ap
plication the assumption is that il it u
illegal to kill Keniuiler on the seventh
day ol the week designated, then it would
lie illegal to kill him on any other day oi
the week designated. The situation "il is
held, would be dilferent if Sunday inter
veiled as part ol seven days, liven use il
would then run with the week and lie i
part ot the seven days voiiHtitutinj; tht
As the case stands the week in which
the sentence is to lie executed will not Ik
legally complete, liccause the week ends
with a day void in law. Unless there is
some general law which may bridge this
point which is raised, the entire sentence,
it is thought, might lie declared null ami
As a piece of legal gymnastics this
point may have its interest, but it might
not lie unprofitable for every one who
reads it with perhaps somclhiiu; of ad
miration for the trained mind that con
ceived and worked it out, to reflect how
minute to the very vanishing point must
its force seem to the relatives of Kemni
Icr's victim how trivial, how trilling:
Where were these niceties of the law
when her lite was in ieril ?
II Keniuiler were the one man in tin
world who could save a nation then
eoni.i nanny oe a greater, more expres
sive eilort to save him. Money is sienl
almost without stint, great minds work
at the problem tor days and mouths,
courts lngli and courts low are apiealeii
to; ii.nl why Is Kcnimlcr not guilty
Is there a shadow ol doubt that he eon
united a brutal murder,." Nothing oi
the kind. Is there a suggestion even thai
iiv was not niiriy tricu." that is not m
1 he whole eilort to lengthen the term
oi mis viic urute s existence amounts to
an exhibition ol word juggclry, u bal
ancing of phrases, a verbal microscop
that mocks the dead and outrages tin
lexlings ol the living. Delay and justice
should not lie synonymous terms hi tin
laws any more than elsewhere.
tives to be found in but few other places
in the world. A portion of Che State of
Colorado, nna ttie mountain region ol
Ashcville, N, c, arc the only places in the
United States known to possess these
properties m anything like so high a de
Tiik Citizkn hns published this before,
but it is true in all seasons and through
newspaper ownership changes we
again gladly find a place for it. If it
should come wandering into the office
yet once more its reception would be ns
hearty as ever.
Ami nowit is reported "that the famous
and magnificent castle of Chnpultciec
Mexico, which is one of the grandest and
most imposing structures of the kind in
the world, is about to be sold to Jay
Gould. The castle is owned by the Mexi
can government, nnd Mr. Gould, during
his visit to that country a few months
ago made an ofl'er of 100,000 for the
How would it do to invite Mr. Gould
lown this wav to look nt castle sites?
Of course it might be well to lock up
things pretty securely first, especially any
ailronds that Mr. Gould might lie likely
The Wilmington Starsavs of Tillman
who is credited with making and selling
thirty-five cent butter: "What any man
with one eye who can make thirty-five
cent butter wants to fool his timeawav
lieing Governor for, we can't see with
two eyes. I he man that can make tnal
kind of butter is more needed on the farm
in the country than in the Governor's
chair." The Star is in error. The men
A'ho can make as good butter for twenty.
live cents as Tillman did for thirty-five
-cuts arc the men needed on the farms.
Let Tillman get the Governorship if he
Tiik Ashevilliau who has general
harge of the weather should lie notified
that there can be so much of a good
thing that it may become tiresome. If it
were not for the "lay of the land" w
should nil have been in boats some davs
Yk that have tears prepare to shed
them now. The oldest mule in Alabama
is dead : passed nwav at the riiie nge ol
II! years. Of course it had chewed to-
liacco all its lile and could read as well
without glasses as with.
PI H1.IC MUX AM) A1TAIHS.
The date set for the Wnynceoimty dem
cratic convention for nominating can-
lidales for the various olticcs is Satur
lay, Scptcmlicr I'll. The townships will
Hold their primaries two weeks earlier
in the ith.
REBELLION IN THE HOUSE.
THK RKPI BIJCAN Ol'TIU'MST
titrable, of Iowa, Denonnceii the
Hpealter CurllHle'H Courteous
Treatment of MeiuberH Con trac
ed Willi Reed's Tyranny.
Speaker Reed's despotism in the house
of representatives seems to be in danger
ol breaking down at Inst, says the Wash
ington Democrat. Mr.Reed wasnotinthc
chair on Tuesday when the sundry civil
bill was under consideration, but he was
in the neighborhood, and although nom
innlly "not present" yet he wns audi.
eiently present to find out what one of
the republican brethren thinks of his way
of doing business, also of his way of pre
venting the doing of business. It was a
lively attack upon him which was made
by Mr. Struble, ol Iowa, and the demo
crats, at least, enjoyed it very much.
He said : "Mr. Chnirmnn, I rise to say
a word on the question ol public build
nigs throughout this country, which
were passed by the committee of the
u,lw.i.. I,.,,..,., mi. ..rf.... ...
nuiiw HU.n HI) 1,1, .illU Ul (lltlt, ml II I ,
of which has been permitted by the '"H
s-iiKcr ui mis uousc to oe considered I A UTt'llI IVtllH't loll III 0VITV
sulci-, i w k i i l s v. n r. t imirmuti into i . .
i ,.. .,-.!,.,. . 'i iiiHN iis wo aii'u'iiiuir to ninki
me, that I think it is an outrage that I II ('ll'llll SWlt'p of all NUIIIIIIIM'
Dui'i'im- thirl month wo in-
tonil to clean out ajl hmiiiiium'
Wo havo got a largo stock
of Lnwns. both plain, striped
and checked, which we will
close out at Xew York coHt.
Ladies' tine Parasols We
have a few loft that a re worth
3.50 to 4.00, hut wo wi'l
close them out at 2.00 each,
those nrcnicedesiraMo gotvls
and lure going at a bargain.
We havo a. good lino of La
dies' Fine Dress (ioods and
Trimmings which wo offer at
a reduced mice A uood
stock of Sateens and (!mi-
It will pay you to examine
our line of Table Linen Tow-
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahevllle, N. C.
. o. BOS i.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ido Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
vaviivil warranted, aad oaanr alr
iia hla nauilt and price stamped an b.ltsm.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CCNTLCMIN
goods il dose prices will do
IJOSTH! JiKOK. & WKKIIIT
No. 11 X. Court Sipiare.
my one, lie he Sieakeror mcmlier, should
issume to say to this house that nnv
mciiilier or meinliers who introdiiec these
lulls should not lie recognized' to nsk or
move lavor.ilile action ol the house in re
siiect to these lulls, which lire of such
great interest to individual members In
troducing them and the communities on
which H is proposed to locate them
I Cries of 'Hear!' 'Hear!' on the repulili
.Mr. t-liairinan, 1 have been a iiiciiiIkt
ol Conuress tor more than seven vears,
I luring that tune I have labored earnestly
to discharge mv duties according to the
n.-sHiiisiiiiiiiies resting upon me. i want
to say to hieaker Carlisle that during
ill these yen rs I never went to him with
i reiiucst tor recognition on the ntiblii
building bills to which I have rclcrrtil
but what he received me with greatest
Kindness anil courtesy. I want to place
in contrast with the gentlemanly and
eourteous action ol that Siienker the ac
tion of the Siieakerol this House, mil
nlv towards mvselt hut towards other
incmlicrs when we have gone to him
courteously and ijciillcmuuly, and asked
lie building bills. Apphiuse on the Hem- Vlte OI1I' fHelllls llllll (lie pill)
ocratic sine, i 11 ue nas not aiisoiiitt-iv
-t.v,,. ... f,,,v ,, ia uiiti i itoe uicii us lie I , ...
liniicomevtrvm-iiriluinuui. I IK VIUTJI II t O mil illHl VX
.w, lake the ... In Ma on tins iinhii
-1..... ....i i i... i'i . .
u'tiniiortlimllouHiin commitUf ol tin- HIDIIH 'OUT wltvtnl stoik
wholi. Not one ot tin
W.A.Hi.Aiit. .1. V. Ititon-N
No. ja Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
lit It Bud Water 7
There will be louiid in Till-; L'ii ii.nV
local columns to-day the results, so fin
as there arc any us yet, of un investiga
tion of u well of water declared to lie
dangerous to the health of those who
may use it. Complaints of the well were
so earnest mid were made by men of such
standing in the community that they
could not be ignored by a puK.T that has
the interests ol Ashcville at heart us Till:
It will Ik conceded on all sides that the
matter is broader than the one question
concerning the purity ol the water of this
one well. It covers the very iniMirtunt
matter us to whether the water of the
majority of the wells in the city ure mil
dangerous to the health ul those who use
them. Ashcville is not us yet a crowded
city, but there are probably more cises
of typhoid fever here than there should
lie and if the cause of this eau be ascer
tained mid removed the licnclit will In-
worth all it can cost.
I ending the results of the present in
vestigation this statement holds good
that liny except isolated wells, consider
ably removed from all possible conlnnii
nation not lit all nil easy thing to se
curehave lieen held by the highest sani
tary authorities to I very likely to be
dangerous. This is not n theory, but u
fact drawn from much lamentable eie
rience and no small loss of human lile.
Alliance and Their Denisnds,
as there ever lieforc such a boblx-ry
kicked up in politics as the Alliances, non
pohltcnl as thev declare themselves, art
lliccassc of? No Hiliticinn can tell wlmt
moment may nut be his next, when lie
too mny be cnlled on to answer ipiest ions
that he would give half his income to
stand on both sides of. Hut in Alliance
non-politics nil the fences are down, nnd
straddling is out of the (piestion.
In the meantime it is probably safe to
remark on the curious faith of Alliance
members In legislation as a cure-all.
Hard-headed and non-visionary as a
class, they would unquestionably be dis
upiointed ingencrnl results if they secured
every demand they now claim. They
might, indeed, be better recompensed for
their toil, at they certainly deserve to be,
but the necessity for toil would as cer
Perhaps, however, the farmers are de
manding much that they may not be
entirely left in the general scramble.
A rmuNii of Asheville has left withTiiK
Citizkn New York Timet containing
this extract from one of its editorials;
'Tha Adirondack are now wapnmiiiwl
by physicians and many others at pos- erything around him do tlie tame. Con
fessing enrative properties for consump-1 cord Btandard.
The democratic convention of
seventh district gave an exhibition
Hound political wisdom when it decide
to retain the services ol Hon. John
Henderson. Xo other representative from
North Carolina stands as high as he
.lie national circles. I lurhain Globe.
Countv politics is waxing warm and
candidates lor nominations ure Minting
themselves U-fore the jieople by new-spa
ier cards. Wake county like all tin
others will lie squarely lor Vance, Mcrri-
iiioii and Clark with an indignant con
ilcmualiou of the anouvmoiis circular.
Kaleigh CorrcsHin!cucc Inn-ham Globe
The Goldslioro Dispatch says of I Maine
"He is opHising hispariy'sprt-scnt Hilie;
lor two reus. ins. lie Knows lie will ere
ate a sensation, and he knows, or think
lie knows, which way the wind blow
and how thecal is going to jump. He
up to his old tricks, lie is casting a
anchor to windward."
At New Heme K. I. Williams, who wa
the mayor of the city lust year, having
lieen elected by the democrats was on
Wednesday nominated by thcKcpuhlicn
county convention for the ortici-of sheriff.
He accepted and gave as some ot the rea
sons for leaving the democratic party
that the present mayor came from Ala
liamn nnd Mr. I.on J. Moore had become
n democrat ! Mr. Williams was deleated
for re-election iu the last spring election
The Washington CorrrsMindcnt of the
Atlanta Constitution says: "The defrnl
of Congressman McClanimv, of North
Carolina, hv the nllinncc, was nil be
queer proceedings. MeClamniy is
farmer. He has never done anything in
Ilis lile but farm. Four vears ago when
lie was fust nominated he was plowing
lie came here and has made a fairly lu
ll ve niciiiiKT. urn tuc alliance was or
ganized he was one of the first to join it
lie at first endorsed the sub-treasury bill
hut when he found it met with such de
cided opKisilion, as being uneonslitu
lionnl and impracticable, from leaders ol
the democratic party, he introduced a bill
providing for the government to lend
money to the farmers on their lands. II
thought this would be n good substitute
for the sub-treasury bill, and so stated
The statement defeated him. The Alii
nncc leaders sent out the order that Me
Clammy should walk the plank. Heat-
tempted to explain, hut they would not
hear him, and he wenf down In defeat.'
SK Til tVI itni.TsA II A PI'HSISOS.
What can this mean ? The Concord
Standard says: "Kaleigh wants n wine
manufactory, as the granes in Wake rrr
so ubiindant. There is not likclv to lie
an over production of wine, at the legit-
Ifitnr mMl. n.vl u Hl.r o
The nllinnee nienic nt Yost's saw mill
in Kowan county on Saturday was a
rouslnu big aAair. The table laden with
things to ent wns 2.10 feet long. The Im
mensc crowd of .1.0(H) or over made, at t
given signal, one rush and when the
wave of hungry humnnity had receded
nothing wns left except a I art of the
planks and a few grease SMts.
-R. F. Christenburv lives in No. 2
township and is 61 yenrt old. Mr,
Christenburv hns nine livinir sons, two
dead; four living dnughtert and -one
dead. Thus you see Mr, Christenburv's
family of children number sixteen. Mr.
C, told ns that he was never in Inil or in
court; he hat never sued any one, but a
fellow, through malice, sued him for 75
cents; be always pays cashand raises hit
own supplies He works and maket ev
a special lent tire. ( alls at
tended day or niulit.
Telephone, day 7.", niglit .j
iver here ns I li-ll justified in describing .
.hose of us concerned in these hills has
icen able to get recognition to move the
consideration ui one ol liiem, and we
have lieen trrnted as il we were Imivb
I Laughter and applause on the lieiiio-
eratieside.l 1. tor one, do not iiroiMise
to stand or sit in my place any longer Wllicll WO a I'O offering II t I'Ot'k
under this sort ol treatment without
"Hut, gentlemen, here are 3fi of us
lerestid in these bills, ami there are more
who ure equally interested. Shall we
continue to submit like cowards to the
dictation of the Speaker of this House in
resiect to these matters? l.aiighiernuil
applause on tlie Hciuocrntic sulci Oi
shall we he men ot courage in our placet-
anil continue logellier in an Honest at
tempt to have recognition at the hands
ol the Nicnkcr.' 1'igiirulivclv siieakiug
il not literally, the delicate leet of tin
Sieakcr of tins House have Ik-cii upon
us lor nearly un onvs, anil ue nave not
liccn able to get from under them
Laughter and iiiiplat.se. J
The AHhevllle CllUen lilies
The latest local news.
The freshest State news.
The Is-st general news.
General and siecial comments.
I ue largest suiiscriiitioii lisl ol ant
secular p.-qs-r in the Stale.
I lie liesi advertising medium m the
A full stalfof able editors and eo
The neatest, newsiest and most enter
prising paiier in North (.nroliim.
Its eltorts are alwnvs devoted In the
upbuilding and development of I he re
sources ol the State, iiartuularlv the
Subscription, $fl tier annum: $.1
months; oil cents tier month.
Fin Calf mt4 I.acea Watcrs-rasf Urala.
Tba eicrilenra and wrarlnv nualltlpsof
eannot b Iw-ttir shown than ny thr strong
mvuu of lu tbouiuuida of constant weamra
S,00 firnnlna lland-arwad, an elfxant and
9 tvlliih ftrrM shoe which cntninendi Itarlf.
tJtJOO lland-arwrd Well. A Ann call Bhoa
unt-niiMlIf,! fop atvlM anil iliiMhllltv.
l.nodirar tvelt u us auuiuara anas
Mutt, ftt a popular prtce.
SO. BO I'nllrrmnn'i Hhor 1 rcimhj adapted
ar lor rtuinuiii niro, isvrmrm, no.
All nitvtet In Ctmnnav Ituttim and Laoa.
$3 & $2 SHOES lafd.?3
have hfn mmt fAvnrnliW rprplvpil Bloc introducrMl
and the nt'i'iit InuiMvrnii'nli make tbem aupertor
ti any ahon nolil al (hem tirlrea.
Ak your Dalc r, ami If tie cannot tupply rou Mmd
airer in uniiry riirnwinf tMiTtJruawu
mktal fur itrrltir lilatiikai.
W. I.. UOt'ULAS, Brecklaa, Maaa.
HliK 8AI.lt II V
WEAVER & MYERS.
MT. MITCIIKI.L HOTEL,
BUCK MOUNTAIN STATION.
$i r.o i'hk hay. $n tii $7 ri:K wi!i:k
Nciin-it to Chiiitney Koi-k, Cntnwlin
I'ulls ami Mitehell's IVak.
Jlllyl-tilUin SI'KAl'.l H Mi MIIOKIi
Nt-w hnuNC. ntwly furnished, nil mu Irm
iitliriiveiilents. (nrgc riMillts, itooU tnltle.
MRS. M. C. ;OODK,
51 t'olIcKfe St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Asrnl fnr Wrrm. Crwli Wnolrn Mills.
Xnrtli Mmn hrvlllc. N. C
CHE'P RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Tht i ntlrv uttH-k ot
Pla ( cd Jc c 1 r ,
Ini'luillnu lint Hn.iM'heit, ltutt..tia uml HiDtt-
N3-0 HE-THIRD OFFI-K
KritnnlleM m rost, ns r Intend in the iiilurt
tn Vit. nnthlnu liut Kollil Onld sod
Htrrlinit Hllvrr Irwrlrjr.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
I iciniuo cuCICD
kknuMiw a ii aaaii
South Main m. Aahcvllle
A err am of Inrtnr hahlnv nnwflrr. Illkfhrwt
11 mi in iravrnina airrnuin 11. m iincvra.
mm t KrHiri, auhuni 17, lulv'JIrrtiy
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R. CO
I'tSSKNIIKI IHIASTU KNT.
Wesicra North Cnrulins IHvlalnn.
I'AtWHNOKK TRAIN MCII Kllt'l.K
IIS HrrCT Mnnh'J.'ll
7Ath Mrrlillan tlmr uwd hrn dot uthrrwU
ROUHIH WITH BOARD.
A lew drairiililr riionis llh iMinrd. A-
Plyto C.J. MeCAPII,
UHUt4dlf, U Urovt tlm-t.
TUANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date lh fiillnwlna achnl.
lira will he run over ll"Cnlnmlila IMrlalon."
no. on iavra cniumtiia" n.yn p. m.
Arrives at Charlr.ln.... H..HI p. m.
r.w. u m I.TT. v nuimiiH-.mMM, 7. Ill K. ni,
Arrives at Columbia It. fill a. m
Cnnncetlns with tralna tn and from all
iKiinta on tlie inanott. cnlntntila a. A u
irnata and Columbia At Grerairilla Hallroads.
. T. M. KMRRHON, Oca. Paaa. At
I. F. rtHVINH. Om. oi.
" New Vork,
Tht World Famous, nnrnualtd, nnnctlled.
durable and bcaatlful
aiHiam i., Hot nprlnaa,
i aa pmi
I a armm
1 1 Mum
7 II Jam
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1 1 2Aam I
a. . r. n:
Ar. Hendrrann ;in..
M4n p m
f iw p m
A07 p m
BAA p m
No(T(lallent SundarTTNo. if"
muiai.1, AantTiiie, ar.
8A4 Dml ' nrvsnn L'lt.
64flpml" WrstAfld, Lr
Nna. All aad Al. PullmaH MlMnvra bmtmm
Onifnatinrn and MnrrlRtowa.
Nna. Afl anil AB ImIImi.m (It. MV. aiMl..
n r. immmnum dj .ihj uwi vvmv i van nviwcm nax nMiaaa ana waaninatoni
aiimtiiu w unrasiaat Htalloa rr No. nil.
wkM at Ma. a P.l.n. T 1.. ... . "'"" ..
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aad repairing a ptcUltT. I W. A. WINBURN, f. P A.,
& a. WILLIAMS t CO. I ... . . . AabtTllla, N. C.
MAS. L, TAYLOR. O. P. A..
Waaauurtoa D .
Knitrnnd ti.-kets liouKht, sulil nnd
ehtiUKed. All trrinndttitin Kunnintecil.
C. F. RAY,
Ticket Itrnker, IMipnalte Snntiniiiiiia lintel
Monry advnni-ril nn Wntrties, liiumnnil
nnd vnriini. other nrtk-lt-a
. Norm iain Hired. 35
ICiigllHli antl l- rcucli
BOARDING AND "AY SCHOOL,
r-'M VQiW LAUIFS ASO LITTLE GIRLS.
Mt I'rrin h Krunl Avrnuc.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO.
1 ;nr nmnv yrani AiwK-itttc frfntiinl or Mt
Vrntun IttHtltutr, nnltinn rc.)
AnniMtnl l.y vtrn coriiK'itrttt t i'hcrr,
& NEWS STAND
Ha. recrlred a fine line of I 'ark At Tillord I in
ported Cluiira; nlsu the Hiiulnr limnda ol
pluu ehrwlhg tiilmeo Culhnun, H. I'. Ornve-
ley'a Ik-st, Htult's A A A A of line cut chew-
ItiK tulinecu, liliilK, llnKlry's Majllov
Chesnin-iike nnd Concord.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
"AHTKMT ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WES?,
Anhrvlllf tn Kanans Clly In 117 hours.
Ashrvillr tn iN-nver In Al himra.
Aahrvllk tn Han Franc-tarn, California, and
orilnnd, iirrKon, In A dnva.
Hnl 111 Vtatlliulrd Trnlna Ht. liula to k'nii'
an. vur. Krcnninic ennir ear lrv.
Fur full Information call un or write tu
B. A. Newland,
IHatrk-t Faaarnarr Affrnt,
Nn. in I'atlon Ave., Asberlllc, N.C
I CMAHl.TllN. II. F. A.. Chlraail. Ml
Bdltor A.btTlIk ClUaral
That oar many nienris may know how ar
an ettln oa we will state that wc tonk In
la Hntcd anC ntnn
9,000 In vwC week..
Tonk In lait Maturday orer t7HI. 78 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel reaia.
tend as that day. Mad 6,1)00 arrival. In
ft months, Oar atcck Is mammoth 800 fret
loo and IS feet wide. Tell the balance 01
th world to come and art "old Ched" smile.
and buy foods of us and sava 10 to as per
oovlddtf . R.CHKI)ATBR & WIN.
A modern flrst elnas hotel. Hot nnd rold wnter nnd linths nnd toilets on every flour.
Itlt-etrlr lirlls In every room. Open lire In oflii'e and urates In lied rooms. OIHee, ilinliiK
room, lunch eininter, elvnr mn! newsNlnnil and linr nml billinnl room on first Hour. Illt-c-irk
street ears pnss door every ii minutes. Kiehinoud and Danville railroad cntinit hnuae..
.'() minutes for meals.
RATIiM, fJOO PKR DAY.
A. G. HALLI BURTON, Prop.
J. B. HHVAN nurl WAI.TKM lilKKN, ClerkH.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Parity.
Wt tk'liviT tn all p.irtH uf the city our own MtiUlinK Hxuort lUvr ut
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our ItctT In krnt nt n tcniH'rntuic of 40 Ht'crct-n nnd we Kiiuni!iUr you n fn-Hh urtu-lc nt
nil times. TUB TKALHi SI ITLlIiH HKOM
V WINE . AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THK STATE.
FINK SAMPLE AND BIIXIAKD ROOM.
j. 4. Mao,ia.t. MnT'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. K. P
.....FOR NAI.K HV".-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
AKlieville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Fiftci'ti commercial coursni offered diirinir the vcor. (See cntaloiiite iincrM V.'-.t 'ttiTr
cnlU-Kf in North Cnrulina with regularly orunmird Si-houl of TuliticJil mid Hoctnl Scic tuv,
.xirnuiiiK inrmitjn two yt-nm. tcuiiiioKiie pnc- f.ici lurii pH-mmi 01 i ivii litiutit-
i-crine. 4ntfil"uiic naiccM ?H.Kt.) Huitcriiir Si-hooln ot .nni!tinuit. I'hilowonhv. Thcolnuv
nnd Nnttirnl Hcuncr. Appllcnnti admitted to iinveoutucH whit h they can iiurnuc wiiK
udvnntiiKV. Over 1O0 courses this year leailinK to iIckhvh hat open t nil. Addreni
JOHN F. CROWtXL, Prcnicleiit,
Randolph County. Trinity College- N. C
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOW FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'lniahed IhrmiKhoiit In Antliiur link. Purlur nnd Kceeptlun Hull linlslird In Uuurltr
Kawrd iink nil. ilnus-d with Uneruatii-Walton. "
l-or further informiition end on
C. II. WALKER, Nt. 5, JefTerHon Drive.
Inly 1.1.1 1 111
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short distnnee from the fnot of the flnnnele of the lllue HlilKe, from whleh balsamic
ri-rnesareeonatnntlylilowliiH. The .ei-ncry la uU tureaouc. walka wild and .nr...) and
water pun- and abundant.
LITIIIA WATUH A FKW 8TIII-8 I'KlIM I'MONT Ut)OH.
Hl.liCTKIC lll(Ll.tl AMI I'ATII KlHlM
HPHCIAI. RATIIS t.lVKN TO FAMII.IICH.
Opens) June ihI. Far TcrniM, nddri-im
J. BULOW KHWIN, Proprietor.
Dealers lu Wall Paper, Window ShMdeaaiid Patent Hauitera,
alnt., Oil. and Varnlahea. Maaury's Ml led faint, and
French and Amrriraa
We keep In atnrk t. Ixinl.anri Kentnekv Uad.
Cnlcira. Window Olaaa, bulk
UOOIES, CARRIAGES, ILACMMITHINQ,
Tn th. Cttlarns of Aaherlll. and vlH.I. I
wnuld announce that at my .hoiw onCollm
trret, nut to Woodbury'. lUhln. I am bet
trr iirvparca man Ter to on work la my Mac
Waaona, llnxalta and Carrlaam manufaet
anrd, Kenalrlna and horaa-ahoalna- am
elaltlea, and perl ret aatlafactloa auaranterd!
aay woramen ar. .aiMrMtioM aad .alllfaiaad
aiy chara. art moderate.
aoTss a B. BLHNBTTB.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - the - People - of - Anheville.
Th, te.w.y Pl.no I. .till th. ree..Mn.,l Hund.rd of th. World, and C. Palk I. Hleln.
.y aent. Th, U.t mu.lc KUle In A.hclll. I,uy It and take no nthcr. It take, money
h.y It. I H It ry clw, .till ,m, wo c.miot ,0ltl ,ch t or ttict t tM
B. Cta. Pl.no. which I. acknowledned and .o.d by Hte.nw.y , , hu -L u..
.rett Piano h ben In dem.nd l-y other h.u who wanted It for this territory, but C.
rais seep, it iKht here,
By my price. I may not act rich, but I make a ho.t of friend..
The PerradVnt.yOrgM will benmethln. n.w la th. market at thl. place while
Weo, d, Wmte. Klinl,.,, Waterloo Or, .on.Unt1, J, Jj
wZ to I "Tlr "Bd,r,t00d Whn ' B in'i"m't - -
wh. ,0. bar. ,. decide wh,r, to buy . Hl.no o, olher In.trum.at. HeaUUIIy.
C. FALK, 35 North MaluBt.