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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1G, 1890.
THE DAIL.V CITlZEX.
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SATURDAY. At'Gl'ST 111, 1H0O.
If the priiicijilc of constructive powers
or supposed iiifviiiitiiKcsor temporary cir
nimstiinces shall ever lie iiermitteil to
justify the assumption of a power not
Hivcn liv the eoustilution, the general
Kiivcrnuient will lieline long alisorli all
the powers of legislation anil you will
have in cll'eet but one consolidated jjoy
I-'roni the extent of our country, its
diversified interests, dillercut pursuits
and dillerent Imliits, it is too obvious loi
argument that a single eonsolidated
government would lie wholly made
ipiate to waleh over and protect its in
terests; anil every friend of our free in
stitntions should always lie prepared to
maintain unimpaired and in lull vigor
the rights am! sovereignty of the Stale
and to confine the action of the general
government strictly to the sphere of its
appropi iats duties.' Andrew Jackson.
Ah to .Monument.
One of our State contemporaries
strongly ill Meets, and very proKTly, to
the appropriation ol $;iiii,iio(I of the
vople's money for the pin pose of erect
ing n monument to Ceu. Grant. If the
eople wish to liuilil a mouumcu. to Ccu.
Grant let them say so by subscribing tin
money voluuturily in such individual
sums as thev can all'onl ,-iml as Gen.
('rant's record inspires them to give.
The fact is, anil the slowness of the ac
cumulation of the Grunt monument fund
North proves it, monuments are back
numbers. They belong to an age when
lew could read and when the icoplc were
bled at the caprice of rulers who wished
to glorify their reigns by erecting graven
images of themselves to assert n great
ness that none susH'cted and a popular
ity that did not exist. Our great men no
longer live in marble Hud bronze, but
in the hearts of n people who have
scanned their record as historv sets it
down and pronounced it worthy of itni
tatiou and admiration.
I'ut your ilioiiiimeul moiiev into
schools where the young may learn o
the deeds of our truly great and lie in
spired to even nobler action.
All III liond 1'liiic
The lady who gives to Ashevillc the re
suit of the exK'ricnce of Memphis is ol
course nameless in Till; C'mzi:x column
out of coiirtesv to her. Hill she is care
fully reported ami her words arc worth
However, Tin: Citui-.n believe that
Ashevillc is pretty wide awake to her
great Hssibilities and that a nearly ier
tccl sanitary condition ol the city is only
a ipicstion ol a lew months at most. In
the meantime it should bv understood
that one of the reasons why Till-: Citiiu.n
is nations that Ashevillc should Ik' a
model resort is that it will take so little
to reach that statcof coniparativcierlec-
tiou. Many cities sieiid hundreds ol
thousands of dollars to secure as good (I
system of artilicial drainage as Ashevillc
lias natiirallc. Chicago would lo-duy
be willing to give several millions of dol
lars if it could see the problem of the dis-
mjsu1 ol its sewage solved us easily lor
till time as it is here.
Ashevillc is on the right road; only
give her it little time,
(live I p Too ICurly.
Col. YV. 1.. Steele denounce for judge
Whitaker the nnonvmoiis circular at
tacking Judge Clarke. Tim: CirUKX lint-
read some columns of comment on this
unfortunate alfair, but still thinks that
the opHiueuts of Judge Clark allowed
themselves to lie too easily disposed ol
when they withdrew from the contest
virtually at the bidding of the anony
mous Idler writer. It set a precedent
mid an example for disposing all toi
readily of strong candidates whom the
K;ople are really anxious to vote for.
Noi iiino stranger than the present situ-
ntion can easily lie imagined. Within n
lew weeks the limit enlliiisuisls ol the re
publican party have denounced as trai
tor to tiie liirilV cause both Secretary
lllaine, who sounded the keynote ol the
last nrcsidential camiiaign anil lorniulat
rd the partv's tarill Mlicy, and Senator
Ouiiv, who saw to it that the republican
caniiiilale lor president was elected.
N. V. Sun.
On the other hand, the democracy arc
getting together all along the line. The
situation in South Carolina i not hoie
less by anv means. In North Carolina
ninny menilwr of the Alliance supjxirt
Vance, ami, in the inspired words ol the
Sun' office: cut
We inn t In- happy yet,
if the tobacco crop keep up to it pres
TliK onlv genuine original package
was Idled, not with lupior, lint with
original sin. And it ii still doing busi
ness at the old tund. Grccniburo Pa
triot. The Citikn' impression is that the
genuine original package was filled with
omcthing pretty strongly suggesting
Kcmmler's death win a great botch
and will be long rcmcmliered a an in
stance of official carelessness, cruel in it
results. Greensboro I'ntriot.
The result was death to Kcminlcr.
How, esteemed contemporary, is it pos
sible to kill n man and not lie cruel to
Tub riiilndclphia I'ress remarks that
the boycott is dead. Is the force bill
dead? The boycott is just as dead as
that and no deader, Atlanta Constitu
tion. The force bill was alive, but Is (lend.
The boycott never drew more than one
jjood breath and that was artificial re
spiration made possible by Gen. Cordon.
Tb report that Mike Kelly, the base
ball player, who was given a $10,000
cottage by Massachusetts admirers, had
denied that he bad not at once paid for It ;
and the further report that hi wife hod
said it was a gift ; and that Mr. Kelly
really paid over hi check for $10,000
a few day after the presentation these
reports may gain circulation yet if a con
spicuous example is followed.
OF Tim THIRD ESTATE.
The circulation of the daily and weekly
Greensboro Patriot is increasing each
day, the editor says, and we lire all glad
for his sake and hi render.
Mr. W. 12. Murchison, editor of tli
Jonesboro Lender, has liccn made histo
rian of the North Carolina I'res Associa
tion, and all the profession say its a No.
This week we again upiear without
our new heading, nml all on account of
the irregularities of the mails. Murphy
Scout. Never mind about the heading,
ISilitor Case; you got the news,
The excellent Ashevillc Citizkn say:
"The vocabulary of the editor ol the
Wilson Mirror nunilicrs HT.VJ word all
adjectives but Ill'.'t." Thcabovcis funny,
ves, very liiuiiy ; in fact it is the finest
siccimeu of wit we have ever seen in the
Vshcville Citihn, and it ought to lie
'preserved in the archives of gravity."
-Wilson Mirror Tut! tut! liditor
lllount ; don't show ten icr. There's no
ipicstion about the wit living nil wool:
but wasn't the fuel as stated?
Editor I'iggs ha been sitting up nights
with the race problem ami solvesit thus:
"If our prognostications arc correct the
negro tide will continue to pour into
that country ami the w hites will grad
ually leave uniil as much territory i.s is
needed shall In' given up entirely to the
blacks. Eventually Hitilical separation
will follow social and commercial sepa
ration, and the two race will lie in ep
irate, but let us ho in friendly, nu
lions." Say, maylie he' right,
And now the ably edited .mil most ex
.-client and very entertaining Ashevillc
Ci i izi:.n pokes fun at and heaps the icicles
of freezing rebuke mid ridicule Uhii our
poor mid harmless "cataract" of adject
i ves, which in their innocent flow only
licar on their frothv and loauiv bosoms
the wannest Ice hugs and kindest consid
eration for all. c regret to know
that our style of couiHisitioii and array
tf adjectives ollcnd the better judgment
.ind more relineil taste of our excellent
cotcmporury, the discreet and charitable
and laiiltcsslv edited Ashevillc ClTli:x.
Wilson Mirror. Nothing is so discour
aging a to be misunderstood. When
nas Tim: Cii ikn ever said a word in
criticism of the Mirror? On the con-
irnrv it has given the Mirror's gem u
wiilcr reading by rciculiiig the liest ol
1-KoM MiKTII C.ml.l. .
I mi ham's crying need is a good
Manufactured tobacco shipments the
past week looted up l'l..'ii:i pound.
v instou Kcpulilicau.
Some of the census enumerators ol
Moore couiitv have lieen ordered to do
their work over again.
Gov. Holt has npixiintcd Mr. Kind
l-renkle. ol New York, commissioner ol
deeds lor the State ol North Carolina.
Lilierty Academy otcned this week
with alsuit tin students, and the week
will close with more than loo enrolled.
On the resignation of Rev. Lewis Kci
ter a pastor ol tiie Hickory Relornuil
cliurcli.acail was lorwarociit.i kcv.j. i.
Murphy, who has accepted.
The Council v Springs company hnsdc
cidcil not to sell any of it stock, as was
at first determined umiii. A $J."il,oiili
hotel will be put up next year.
A gentleman, very well known here.
ha invented a tyic-writing machine
which will write on record lunik. Kill
cigh Chronicle. Name, please.
There will be n public meeting ol Alii
iiiicv men and other, at McLciinsvillc on
Saturday, Septemlier 10. Hist net l.cctu
rer, J. II. Smith, will deliver nn address.
There wvms lo lie n death-like sleel
fallen iihiii the authorities of the North
Carolina Agricultural Society in regard
to the next State l-nir Iniiliatn l.lnlic
Miss Linda Rumple, w ho last year
taught n music class at Princeton. N'. J.,
lias consented to remain m Salislniry
this coining year, and tench a clnssof pu
Ilox 7. Salem, advertise for n part
ner with S.I.imio or s v.iHiti to mintage ii
manufacturing business that i iinviuii
from '."i lo ,'ii iht cent, profit, litisinrss
The outlook is brightening every (lav
lor tioldsboro's great lair tins fall. The
exposition will oH'ii on October -1 and
and continue through the IMrd, making
three davs in all.
The families ol the farmer of Pleas
ant Grove, 1'nion county, arc said to be
n terror over the presence of an outlaw
in that section, who make hi home in
the wood and steals chickens, hog, etc,
1'rincimil Clewell. of the Salem Fe
male College way the indications now
arc that the school will be called uiMin to
accommodate about two hundred
Ixiardcrs in nddilion to the day pupils.
I ii lilt Morgan, a white wnmnn oflonsr
character, wits snot m me neck with n
gun nml instantly killed on Tuesday night
near Kinston.onChauiieev Gray's fur in,
by Alexander Morton, a negro woman
who wear men's clothes, with Hill I lore,
also colored. accrMorv.
Mr. W. R. Land, one of the most en
terprising and energetic young men of
this city, lias gotten out a piimpniet set
timr forth the "advantages of North Car
olyn to Northern and Western settler
and investors. GrcenslMiro Patriot. A
"pamphlet!" While a whole library
voiiin but nun ten me tnic.
Rev. II. M. Ledford, nn able Haptist
divine, while at Culhernon Inst Tuesday
started to mount hi horse, when the sad-
He turned, precipitating him to the
ground, breaking hi right leg. Theirs
was affected with white swelling, and,
says the Murphy Scout, when be struck
the ground you could have heard his leg
pup for fifty or more yords. He wns not
While at Culberson we met 8. L. Mc-
klnler. rrorcscntinu IheKunn Land and
Luiniicreiiiiui.iiy, in .xio, mi'Fpc iiii'
tnense plant cost the sum or $3r0,000,
Mr. McKinlev is burins timber for this
t I c i.-1 1 : : i
company, who already have contracts
for more than 100,000,000 feet. This
company will employ between 400 and
OIK) men in tneir itimner ana tanning
business. Murphy Scout.
FULL OFjMTURAL GAS.
HINGI I.AR CONDITION OF IN
Uhh Hum Permeated the Moll and
the Whole Country Thereabout
May Kxplode Any Minute
KoatilliiK com In Uaa JetN.
Siiiaiivvii.i.H, Ind., August 15. Much
excitement prevails over a recent natu
ral gas explosion which occurred in a Held
near here. It is now discovered that the
whole neighborhood near the young vol
cano i saturated with gas and the soiliB
full of it. One can run a crowbar into
the ground and then light the gas which
proceeds from the soil in ipiautities. This
would indicate that gas lotmd its wav
below the limestone and in many places
fractures in the stone permit it to escnK
in the sand nml gravels. This bear out
the theory thill ga for sometime has
lieen escaping from the sides ol a gns well
and diffusing itself below the limestone.
In Van lltiren township, twenty-four
miles north ol the late eruption, water
wells have sunk twenty to thirty led be
low the suiici'structurc of the stone, the
ga Iroin wells three miles away has
broken ill and the people haveabandoncd
the use of the water, cased the wells and
ire now using gas for fuel.
The township is tilled with combusti
bles and the inhabitants are threatened
with disaster. There i no telling but
the lighting of a match inav blow two
or three township into inither. It is
altogether likely that the diffusion of gns
into the soil more or Icssntlccls thegrow
ing crops. The great question mav yet
lie ns to the advisability of sinking wells
or if sunk lit all whether other n.etliods
should not lie used to case and omli la
the explosives. Pockets of g is nre no
doubt forming iK'iieath the limestoiicovcr
the region of the ga belt, ami it is only
aipicstionol time when it will break
lorlhin terrific force. It isyet a ipicstion
a to which is the most hazardous the
accumulation of gas in the pockets, fol
lowed by eruption like the Waldreu blow
out or allowing it to K-rineutcthc soil, as
it is now doing in Van llurcii mid Noble
townships, poisoning the water.
It is reported that boys are roasting
corn by gas jets, produced by slicking
cane down in the soil a lev tccl, near
the volcano. Such I King the case the
citizens will soon have to abandon their
homes and fireside. The fissures of the
ground blown to atoms Monday arc
now tilling with water, through which
the gas occasiniully force it way. As
ocialcd Press Ihspalcli.
Near Madison, Rockingham county.
Mr. Kolicrt Wall, one of the oldisi mid
highest esteemed citizens, died Wednesday
in his scveiitv-sixth vc.ir.
Mr. Talbot Ligou, who for the past
lew davs has Ihvii at the point of death.
died ill Raleigh Tltursdavnt the residence
o Ins daughter, Mr. J, 1 . Pool.
The sad news reached Wilson on Mon
day that Paul Murray, the son of our
worthy and excellent townsman W illiam
Murray, had just died in llirmingham,
Alabama, whither he had gone about a
year ago. ilson .Mirror.
The body of the Ouecn of Corea, who
lied June V, is still kept in brine, the pro
cess ol cmoalnimc iHiug unknown to Un
people ol that fur-olf land. The IhhIv
will lie kept lour or live nionl lis. accord
iug lo the custom of the countrv, mid
then interred with much pomp mid cere
The Ih!I Citizen.
I nlwnv alive to the interests ol
Ashevillc mid it lieoplc.
I the most iHipiilnr advertising me-
.i: v- . i. i.
iiiiiiii in .oriu lurooiiii.
I read bv a greater iiiiiiiUt of ix-ople
than any other secular pajier in the
I id wav filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding house lilt their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citdtkk.
New, mid nil the new, make the ClT
izkn n general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
success without advertising, try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn pay
the nnvertiscr an liiiiiilrcii-iuiii.
A m-itm of tiirtrir tmklnu nnwiU'r. IHuhrat
of nil in trnvriutttf nt rriivth I'. H. lnvm-
im-nl HrHrt, Aun-t 17. Ihhii. tu.v'Jl0ly
SEPTEMBER 3, 4,5 & 6, 1890.
IK nil the hnntlimmv nml vnlunlilr pritfrty
thnl hn twrn nffcml In Ahcvlllr( none com
pnrnltle to thr untirokrn form I of over One
Hundred Acre dlvltlrd and tmhillvliled Into
the moat bcnutllul loin and tract, lyinx
The Ilonloviml of the City,
About one-thirtl Mok within city limit and
the remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only one milt from Court Square (10 mis
ntca drivel and on the best and most popular
drive leading to the country, There I a lab
yrinth of avenues and streets being built
through these grnnnda under the iipnvlston
of one of the finest engineers In the South.
The lot and tract will range In lie from ti
acre to a to 6 acres, the larger plat coveting
some of the most beautiful and picturesque
elevation to 1st found In a day's Juurucy.
Hend for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
MODEL CIGAK STORE
You Will Find
BEIT BRANDS OP CHEWINQ TOBACCO.
CLEAN SWEEP OF TIIE
During this month we in
tend to clenn out all summer
We liavo got a large ntock
of Lawns, both niain, striped
mid cheeked, wnich we will
close out at New York cost.
Ladies' lino PnrasolH We
have a few left that are worth
f.-J.HO to $-1.00, but we will
close them out at $2.00 each,
these nrenicedesirable goods
and are going at a bargain.
We ha ve a. good line of La
dies' Fine Dress Goods and
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced juice. A good
stock of Sateens and Ging
hams. It will a.v .von to examine
our lino of Table Linen Tow
A great reduction in every
line, as we are going to make
a clean sweep of nil summer
goods if close prices will do
ISOST1C DUOS. & WRIGHT.
No. 11 N. Court Square.
V. A. Ri.aiii. J.V. Rhown.
No. s ration Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S 0L0 STAND
We are now ready, ami in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we nre offeringnt rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Culls at
tended tiny or night.
Telephone, day 73, night (53.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire utm'k of
Including fine Hroovlim, tiitttmn unci Hrttcc
1-3-0 NE-THIRO OFFI-1-3
Regardless of cost, as we Intend In the future
to keep nothlni: but Hnlid Gold and
Hterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. Anhevllle.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R. CO,
Western North Carolina llivlllon.
I'AHMItNOBR TRAIN HCIIKIIl'LU
IlK IIFMCT March X)
7(tth Meridian timr used when not otherwise
1 1" lib mcr.)
" New York,
" No. (Id
8 00 am
I.e. Hot Rprlnffi, Arr.l
840 p m
07 p m
840 p m
Air AsheTlile. Arr.
Ar. Hendersoavllle. "
(Dally cacept 8'nnday.)
L. Ashetlile; Ar-
BBS p m
1 BB p m
810 a m
Ar. Waynesvlllt, "
Nos. 80 and 81. tollman Blccner between
Orrmshnro and Morristown.
No. 82 and 6 Pullman BuRkt 8lepln
Cars between Hot Rprine and Washinffton.
Aancvuie is tircaaiast aiauoo lor no. nil.
' Dinner 83.
Hickory Is " " " " 62.
W. A. WINBURN, n. P A.,
Ashmllb. N. C
JAi. L. TAVLOR.O. P. A.,
No. 81 No. A3
(lA:tam 6 42pm
d, 8 3(pm 61 8am
1 08pm 7 30am
Siopm la 80pm
7 lopm 6A8am
H 60pm H SIAam
11 20pm 1047am
6 2iam 120pm
No. BO "No: Hff
7 20am 8 87pm
111 24am llOOnm
I 84lpm B07am
8 00pm 230aml
ri 40pm gOBam I
2 30pm 6 00pm
44llpm 1 OOamJ
1248am 11 28am I
7 22am 422pm
12lBnm B2Bpm t
A. A S. R. r: f No. B4
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK. WORKS,
p. o, bos r.
CAUTION Kr..mi, SlWiSB
haa hi and price aiaaipea kalian.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMIN.
Fin Calf ana Laced Waierpraaf rala
Th pllenr and wenrine QtHlHtMOf ttitl ihna
cannot be lMtir hown tlian by ih(ronB C4M0rM
nieou or iu uiouMoa or oouiint wbbivi
IBM Onlnf Han1-aewa4, aalirui u4
. m il wl. A flna calf alwa
uorquslled fnp style snil durability.
Bo. BO (.oodtrar Well Is Uut sundaid dnal
O Sbna. al a popular price. , lt
f-9. 60 Pollrrmaa'a Mhos Is MpeclaUy adapted
foe railroad mrn. farmers, elc
All mads In Cougreu, Ilulba and Lac.
have hern most favorably received sine Introdured
and the recent Impmvements make toeai auparkir
to any shin's sold at these prlcea . M
Auk your Dealer, and If tie cannot supply yon sand
direct lo factory enclosing advertised prtoa, or
FOR 8AI.K 11V
WEAVER & MYERS.
MT. MITCHELL IIOTKL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
$I..HI PHR HAY. $ TO 7 PHR WKIIK
Nriircxt to Chimney Mock, Catnwlia
Pnlls und Mltchcll'a Peak.
uly14l2m til'KAI-.l'B c MOORH.
New house, newly furnlsheil, all molcni
Improvements, tnrire rooms, jtood table.
MRS. in. C. (iOODE,
5.) College St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Rcrme Creek Woolen Mills.
Sorth Mnln Ashevllle, N. C
35 ASHKVILLK 35
Money advanced on Watches, IMnmonds
and various other articles.
3S North Main Street. 3s
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SAI.KM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The HIHh Aillltlnl Si-N.ioii iH'i'lna AllKUit
UHtll, IHIHI. Kt-giKtcr lo-last cnr .'lt.". Sk-
eiitl fcnturcs: lliv lete:opiiicnl 'l
Hvullli. t'linrni'li-r ntitl Inlelleel.
Iltiilillnus ttuiriiiiulily rciuoil'-li-il. ''ully
cfiiiiicil Preparatory. Colli-ciiilc nml I'ont
tfrndllllte lifparlmcills. Ik-nIiU-s tirst climr
schools in iMunIc, l.iiiiKuauH, Com
mercial and IiidtiHlrlal tulle.
JOHN' II. Cl.i:Vltl.l.. I'rinciial.
Chicago K Alton R.R,
HAMTBST KOI'TB TO
KANSAS CITY AND TIIE WEST!
Anhcvlllc to Kanxnit City In 37 hour.
Anhrvlllf to Itcnver in ft! hour.
Anhrvillc to Kan Frnmiitiii, Cnlllornla, and
I'ortlnnil. Orruon. In A dnv.
Holltl V ml Luted Train- 8t. I.miln to Kan
nn iiir. ntt'iininK t nntr car irvc.
For lull Ininrntntlon tnll on or write to
B. A Ncwland,
IMNtrlct I'HHMrnucr Aui'nt,
No. in t'utton Ave, Aniirvlllv. N.C
J. CHAHI.TON. li. I. A., Ch.caicn, III.
Kill tor ANhcvlllc Cltlfrn:
That our many (HcnilR may know how w
arr irrttlnK on we will itatr that we took In
In Hotel ant. Rtnre
9,000 in vivc Week.
Took In laat Hntunlay over 7(K). 7fl ol
that waa hotel, bu lance store. Hotel rrirfa-
terrd M that day. Had 6,000 arrival! In
5 month. Our stock It mammoth 8(H) fret
lonKand1Slcetw.de. Tell the balance ol
the world to come and trc "Old Chcd" mile,
and buy goods of us and save 10 to 35 per
novlA dtf A. R. CHItDKSTBR Ik MN,
BUGQIEI, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To thrdtliens of Ashevitle and vlrinltv I
would announce that at my shoiis onCollrKt
street, nest to Woodbury's stables, I am bet
ter preimrefl than ever to do work In my line.
Wajtona, HuKKies and CarrlaRes manufact
ured. Kepalrina and horsrhoelns; are Se
cifiKKn, nnti jicnm niitiiifcuin auamnteen.
My worlunen are eipeiicnccd and skillful and
my cnarKes are moo era te.
nnfjfl rt B, BmNKTTB
ASHKVHXR. N. C.Julv AO. 1N0O,
We the underslKncd have this day dissolved
copartnership by mutual consent, J. C
Hrown retlrlnaand takinuthc tin andtifumb
liiK business In room under store, ana Thud
W, Thrash tnkinu- the entire stork In store.
nna win assume payment 01 an ocnts nue hy
the firm and will collect all accounts due said
Arm. J. C Hrown,
Tiiad W. TllHAIH.
The unrierslBned have formed a inrtMM.
hip under the firm ntnic of Thad W. Thrash
at lo. ior tne purimse 01 ciutnK a general
Crockery and House HumlrthliiKbuslness,
Thar W. Thrash,
J. M. TlIKASH,
1 nt unii'-rmKnrii win rimnnn h arnerai nn
nlnu and plumbing business In basement In
all branchm. All orders for work left In store
win mriTT irumii iciiiiua
J. V. OROWH.
Also entrance on College street.
ANBW DRRD, carefully prepared by lead
Ina members of the AsheTlile bar inn
Anest parchment and heavy flat Daner). cor
erlng all necessary points, Just out and now
on eate at tne omcc or the I'itubm Pvbush
ma Co No. n North Court aaar. flaalt
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feetjof Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A morlcrn drat elnss hotel. Hot ami eolcl water anil baths nml toilets on trcry floor.
hi.KI. J. In everv room (iK-n lire in "IHit nni urates in lied rooms. Office, dinlnit
Bto, cntj !,,,, Iloor every !! iiinutea. Klchinoml und Uimville rniln.nU eatlnK house.
20 minutes lor meals.
RATKS, S-H "KR DAV.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON,Prop.
J. M. HHVAN and WAI.TKR Clerk.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for itt Purity.
We deliver to all parts r the city our own llotllinu Hsiiorl ItotT ut
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our ticcr Is kept nt a teni-nimre of o dcKrees and we Kuiiriinlcc you H fresh Mrlielc at
all times. THU TKAIUl riHI'I'I.IBn 1'KoM
. WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE .
IN THIi STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM. -J.
. HARl'AIIDT, WSj'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. C
.....FOR 8ALK BY
Asheville, IS. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Fifteen commercial course oflcrcil during the year. IScc cntHloirur paacs a-3.) Only
eollciie in North L'nrolina with reKulnrlv orilMiiucd K'llool of rolilicnl and Kih-I.iI Science,
cstcmlinx throuuh two venrs. lCatiiloKiir pniics B-. Kiccllcnt 8eh.Mil of Civil Hnsm
cerina n'atnl.iiliic puuea 7H.KI .I Kua-rlor Schools ol l.nnKUiiKca. l'hlli..ophv. ThroloKir
and Nnturul Hcicneci. Apiilieunts ailmitted to mi v eourws whi. h they can iiuraue with
mlvnnlnnc. Over lot! courses this year lendinii to dcirrrrs hat open to all. Addrraa
' JOHN F. t ROWKLL, Freiildeut.
Randolph County Trinity CoIIckc N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'inlsht-d thmtiKhoiit In Antltnie dak. I'arlor nut! KcccpUon Hull ft til-, tied In (juurlcr
HnwrdOnk WjiIIs driiHd with Llncnistu-NVulton.
For further Information call on
G. H. WALKER. No. 5, Jeflerwon Drive.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short distance front thr foot of the I'lnniulc of the lllue KIiIkc, from which halsamie
lireeira are eonstnntly hlowinic, The scenery Is ileturesiiie, walks wild and vnncil. and
water purr and ahundiint.
I.ITIIIA WATHK A I'liW BTItl'H I'KUM I'KONT HOOK.
lil.KCTKIC IIKI.I.M ANII IIATII MOUM
KPKCIAI. RATI-M UIVKN TO fAMIUKH,
Opens June il. For Trrtna, addrciMi
J. BIILOW KRWIN, Proprietor.
FITZPATR ICK BROTHERS,
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Hhadeiiand Patent Hnnxtrs,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Marary's Ml led Paint, and Colors. Window I! law, boll
French and Amerlraa
We keep In stock Mt. I.oulnand Kentucky
ROOMS' WITH BOARD.
A lew dcslrahle rooms with board. Ap
ply to C.J. McCAPB,
augu.tdtf. 3 Drove street
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2S PATTON AVE.,(Y.M.C.A.R00M8.)
Open dally, cicept Sundays, Iron) 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m and 8 until 7 p.
The terms of subscription art! On. year
ta i 0 mo.., $1,00 8 moa II 1 1 mo., 80 cta.i
dally a eta,
Officers for 100 President, Charles W.
Woolacyi Vlot-Prtaldmt, Thos. A. Jones j See.
and Traaannr, D. S. Wataon Librarian, Mis.
8. J. Hatch.
CIMaens and visitors an cordially Invited
to Inspect tb. catalogiM and Inscribe their
as as aabm, ,- janSOdtf
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
TLANTIC COAST LINK
nn and after this date thr following (ehed.
ule. will lie run over Its "Columbia IHvlnlnn."
No. 88 Leaves Columbia' 8. Sill p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 0.80 p. m.
No. ASI Leaves Chnrleaton T in a. m.
Arrive. atColumlila 11.88 a. m.
Conneetlna with train, to and from all
point, on thr Charlotte, Columbia Ik Ah
Kusta and Columbia r nnenvlll. Hallroads,
T. M. RMKRHtlN, lira. P.M. At.
I. P flRVINK. O'S Sunt
rainless to Use.
r.-l, $1.09, Gold by til Drefgljtf8.nl If
vUln pocbtjo rut fittbbtr ByTlng hi UK
pok sAi.u nv
RAY80R Ii SMITH, ASHEVILLE. N. 0
Owing to the chnnue In tht owner.Mii of
'The Cititen." It 1. Imoorinnt ouo ail ...
counts for iiiliacrliitlon and advertising due
in. kii.n-n ruonsning to. lie Milled at once.
... H. II. lllll.u,
auTdatwlw Dullness Manager.
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