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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Twa Dn. Crrtisn, Democratic, In publlahed
mn arteraooa (except Sunday) at the fal
lowing ratca-atnctv cuu
Mis Month.. ,
Thn Month. ,
THE DAILY CITISKN
It on Mle at the following place. In A.hcvlllc:
BATTBHV PAHK NBWB STAND.
OLBN RUCK NBW8 STAND.
MOUBL, CIGAR 8TORB, Patton Ave.
J. CARBON'S) NBWB STORB. North Court
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 20, 1800.
There never was n time when so mnny
newspapers, so mnny influential men, so
many manufacturers, so many of the
people were deniuiiiliiiK reduced taxation
in the interest of the producer and the
consumer, both. There never was n
time when the fraudulent character ol
the so-called protective tariff was so full v
exposed. In the words of Mr. Cleveland,
"The leaven is working."
We have the tax eaters on the run.
American and .'American.
Can we Americanize foreigner., or they
foreiiiixe Americans? Are we Amen
cnnizitiK them ? No ! Winston Daily.
It depends on the foreigners. The bet
ter class of Germans liecome American to
the backbone very quickly so far as loy
alty to the government is concerned, and
they take up with American ways with,
on the whole, what must I considered
surprising quickness. Of course, too,
they change customs and manners some
in the cities where they are very numer
ous; but not always lor the worse. The
German is a very necessary teacher to
the nervous American of how to take
pleasure in life and take it as pleasure,
not as business.
Thousands of Irish have assimilated
with our native-born with benefit to
both. Muny of the race have done us
harm too, but the good predominates.
The Scotch are clannish, but of great
value in the make-up of the country.
They could not be spared. The KiiKlisli
make good citizens, but iiiirequcutly
loyal ones; that is, a grout many ol
them never become citizens. The Cana
dians make some of our best citizens.
The same is true of the Swedes and Nor
weicians. Some of the representatives ol
the other nations we could spare.
The Winston Puily continues:
"America has suffered an invasion ol
'0,IKKI,0IHI foreigners, thrice us jstvat un
army as swept down uiion uiiiienii
Rome and consigned its earthly splendor
iu inc mom, rust nun amies. i.an w
stand it much longer? Can the lion
swallow the ox and the ox In-come lion
when it is unwholesome because il is dis
Now thnt we draw the line against
aucr immigration it is probable that
we "can stand it much longer.
The trouble with "iuierial Koine
w-as on the inside; and so long
us we keep out the rabble of foreigners
the danger Ironi immigration is likely t
lie greatly exaggerated. At all events,
the country is pretty thoroughly awake
on the subject and that is half the battle
And, by the wav, docs the Winston
Daily know just when the negro is to In
come Americanized ?
Let Him Go. '
Itsceiusto lie an accepted fact that
North Carolina is to witness this fall
another rush of negroes out of some ol
the eastern counties going west and
north. Railway agents urc now in the
State making arrangements for their re
There will probably be less and less ob
jection each year to the negroes going as
it is seen that their places can lie filled
so far as most kinds of work are con'
ccrned, by white labor more comiietcnt.
more reliable; of a kind that promises
more for the best interests of the State,
The cheap colored lalor ol the South is
largely cheap in the quality of its work
rather than in what is paid out lor it,
A close comparison of white labor with
negro labor in the trades will almost in
variably result in establishing the pro
nounced superiority of the former. It
demands higher wages, but it nccotti'
phshes more for those wages than the
difference would indicutc; while at the
same time the money received is siciit in
a way to benefit the community. Ten
white men displacing ten negroes means
more money honestly earned and more
spent with builders, merchants, doctors,
lawyers and on our schools. The change
menns ten men who will do their share
of the tax paying; who will add to the
wealth of the community thev live in
The kind of negro who wishes to leave
North Carolina and go, he knows not
where, nor for what, can very easily I
spared, rut not a stone in Ins way,
Judge Whitaker says his telegram from
here denying that he had authorizediiny
one to condemn the anonymous circular
for him has been misconstrued, lie de
clines to give any opinion on thecirculnr,
If all who were concerned had taken
this course, Judge Win taker's present
position would not cause remark. Al
together too much weight was given the
circular, and it was a mistake for other
candidates to resign in favor ol Judge
Clark because ol the attack on him.
Now that Mr. Uwart has placed him
self right on the force bill which no
longer needs denouncing let him get into
line on the tariff and other democratic
measures. Then at be stavs at home dur
ing the next session of congress he will at
least have the approval of his conscience.
It is only in North and South Carolina,
Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas that
the sub-treasury bill has any lollowing.
. Some of the State Alliances have distinct
ly repudiated It while others Ignore it.
As Col. Polk said, it may not prove to
be the thing wanted.
Tub New York Central Railway out
raged public sentiment and did a cruelly
unnecessary thing when it hired Pinker
too detective to fight strikers,
'Mrs. Ruth Porter, of . Greensboro,
died at ber residence there recently, aged
86 years. 8ba was a sister to the late
Governor Jonathan Worth and was hon
ored and esteemed by all who knew ber.
THE SKIRMISH LINE.
"This year is a crucial one for the re
Dublicons of the fifth district. It is nee-
Iessary for the salvation of the republican
party that it he purged of such parasites
as J. M. browcr. Greensboro Progress.
In Wake county, two negroes will be
candidates one for clerk of court, the
other for register of deeds. It is the
younger cluss of negroes which this year
desires omee. Mnny may ix nought on
or still further deceived by republican
Some time ago P. M. Simmons with
drew from the contest for the deinocrntie
congressional nomination in the second
district. His friends will urge his claims
and will contend thi t lie is the man ix'st
able to tlclent Chcnthnm, the negro re.
publican candidate. 1 here is some i-
position on the part ol l lie negroes t
It now seems that the last term ol
Chas. I). l)H.'hurch as clerk of the su
iwrior court of Wake county is drawing
ton close. He has held that position
for many years and has reaped un income
.i.... ,...... c
mr cxcevuiui; nn.l oi any ui win okili
officials. Mis doom was maltd Sntur-
day when the mime of Mr. John W
Thompson was put forward by the dem
ocrulsol wake. Winston nutty.
udgc Whitaker writes the Kakigli
Chronicle as folio a-s; "My telegram from
Ashcviile, of the Kith inst., scents tohav
licen misconstrued. It was written on
the spur of the moment, in great haste
iiml therefore mriv not have been Mlltliei
entlv explicit. I have from thcliegiiiniiig
declined, and must continue to refuse I
answer an anoiivuions circular or lie in
lerviewed on any political subject."
At the democratic convention of Meek
Icnburg county, the interest centred upon
the nomination of State senator and rep
rescntatives, as they arc to elect Vance'
successor. Cnptmn . I-.. Ardrev was
nominated for the senate, and K
Crier, 1 1. W. Mayes, mid J. W. Hood were
nominated for the house. All ol these
men are on record as enthusiastic Vance
men. The committee adopted a resolu
t inn instruct iiigitsntrnihcrtinl 'the legisla
lure to vote lor uncc.
I Ki'M A'" AT CAKOI.I.XA
Winston is just soaking with base
lack Fantiihar, a printer of Greens-
horo, attempted to commit suicide at the
old limners' hotel. He is in a critical
condition and gives his reason lor at
tempting to take lu own lile disa
IHiiiitinent in love.
The wile of J. ). l-'icvinau, col., win
lives near islMirnc, in this couutv. gave
birth to three children, two bovsandouc
girl, alniut two weeks ago. All of them
are living ami doing well. Dr. I'inley ot
liciatcil. KcH'Kingiiiiiii rnrn.
There is a rush to this State of fertil
izer ugrul since the decision of the fed
ernl court that the $.iim license tax on
the manufacturers of lerlili.cis was un
constitutional, mid there will be a regu
l.ir scriitnlile lor Hie tall trade.
Soiih-IhmIv has sent to the editor of
the Statesvillc l.audni.irk tin egg that
ought to form part ol the World's I'airat
Chicago. It s a Ciiluiiiliiis egg, so t
siieak, lor it will stand on end, ami was
.iccoiuiuinied with this sentiment.' "Mnv
you ever stand iihiii your leet liiiiiiieinlly
even as this aig stands umiii its xnnt
The weather lor the past six days in
the middle and eastern iMirtion ot the
State has Ikvii highly favorable to all
crops. The fields are like gardens and
the oltl farmers never saw such com and
cotton. The cotton will be lienvy and
rather late. To pick it will require all
available labor. The exodus will not be
gin until the cotton crop is picked.
Last June Miss Corine Neisler left
home to meet and marry in Huston one
Chas. J. I.amotue. Last week l.nmoinc
was arrested in Manchester, N. II., on
charge of bigamy. Lmnoiiie was placed
under a bonil ol 5.uo anil Ins Charlotte
bride fined $r.Ul-'. The unfortunate
lady telegraphed to her grief stricken
tamily lor money to conic home on.
Col. Miller, a prominent lawyer o
Mobile, Alabama, arrived in Hirvnrd
from Mr. W. H. Robinson's last Satur
day alternoon, Mr. Robinson bringing
in the couple in ns strange and ludicrous
a conveyance ns has been in town for
some time. The combined weight of the
Colonel and his lady is something over
mi pounds, ana our citizens are excusa
ble for smiling slighty as t lie farm wagon
moved slowly through the street drawn
by a bull and u cow. Ilrcvard Carolin
One ot Ihe Wonderful Memorlvn.
Ann Rump, said to lie the oldest col
ored womnn in Delaware county, died
Sunday night. She was Imni in Imo'J,
and for several years has been employed
ns jnmtress at the postofficc in Chester,
Ilrrr mind was clear up to the time of her
dentil, and she always delighted in re
lating incidents of the long ago, csne-
cially of her meeting Crn. Lalaycttee on
his last visit to truster. An amusing
story is told of her wonderful memory,
(luring the bi-ccntenniul celebration m
tins city in ttctobcr, IHH'J, n representa
tion m the landing ot William was uiven.
Justice John J. O'ilnrc, of South Chester.
took the character of I'enn, and ns lie
stepped from the boat to the shore, ac
companied by his retinue, Aunty Rump
clnpied her hands and explained: "lint's
'nt's just the way William I'cnu
ked when he landed ! I remember it
A cream of tartar h.klnf powder, HlKhrst
nil in ttinnmi ntrniatn. u.
mnt Hrport, August IT, 1SHII,
MODEL CIGAR STORE
, You Will Find
EST IRANDt OF CHEWING TOIACCO.
Here wtm Are Attain.
I'rom the Wilson Mirror.
We know ladies In our own section
who were reared in the atmosphere of
purest refinement, nursed on the tiosom
of richest indulgence, lullabietl in the la
of every luxurv, and rocked in the cra
dle of the most opulent itllltience. and yet
we have seen them go to the kitchen and
take up the cooking utensils with an ease
ami a grace and a dignity and a willing
ness, bora only in those royal natures
wmcn give queeniiness to a godly plan
ned and splendidly finished womanhood
and which makes woman "Uotl's last
best gift to man." Sclah.
A Boon to Wives).
Having used "Mother's Friend" I
would not be without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pass
.1 u .1 :..r..i i i ..r -l:, 11..'
mruugu inc piuuiui orueiu ui cimiimritl
Write Bradticld Regulator Company
Atlanta, On., for particulars, liv all
The miNtin KAHAM
MlCttdHIt KU.I.KH li
the ititrnt womliTlul mrl
k'ine, in bt'i'MiiM it hHH
ntver tailed in nnv in-
HtuntT, no mutter what
tlir (liMt'HHe, Ironi Llil
ROSY to the imptrnt
uiMffinc nnnwn louiehu
The Bcivntitie mm nl
to-iliiv r I ii i tn nm
prove thitt every di
lRADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
IvxtermmntrM the MtcrnttcH ami drive them
nit of the nyNteni, ami when that in done
vou ennimt hnve an ache or nam no mat-
ter what the i Durum, w hether a hule cam
ol' Miliaria I'ever or n continuation of ilii-
cam), we cure them all at the name time, an
wc treat nil uiiH-aHeN i-oiiNtuutio ally.
sthmttt Ctmsnnifitiuiu Cnljitih, llruu
cams, Kticunmtisni, inincv titul l.ivt
H,. ....... -v. "-,.r .',..,.,.
7'rrinit-. in nil itx AtrJix. iiml. in It n't
vvvry IHsvnse knuwti to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Trade-Mark (Manic iim above
ipIM-ant on each jiik-
Send for liook "llintorv of the MiiToln-
killer, ui ven away by
J. H. CiRANT, Pb. v.,
Sole Agent. Ashrvllle. N. C.
nov17riiv tu fri un
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
P. . Ho as7, is Hendry lllock
A. II. CQ1515,
STI'NOG R A PI I hi R
Irticr Over J. H. Law'a 8tore, South Main
n un K'i n'H
I'illinu with ilvcr or am.ilsam.. .o'k. ioTTh
" " iiolil $t.iMiand upwiin
ik-rn ct or teeth.
f siriirr niHiic, no niniur wnm you aj
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Ruums 5 lllltl 0, MeAI'cc flullillnil.
Patton Avinue, Ashevillv N. C
SACTICS I.IMITKII To THK
Kyc, ICar, Tliroat and Nose.
M. A. NEWLAXD,
Attorney at Law(
MARION, n. c.
Will nractlec In the loth and 13th ludirial
litrictN of North Carolina ami In t hi Su
preme Court and the Federal Court of the
wcNicm iHMinct oi .Mirtn caroitna.
num. P. IAVMHIIN, Thom, A. Jon MB
Kuiciun. j". niAHTiN, ANtcviiie.
QAVIhSHN, MAKTIN St JONKH,
Attornrvtt and Ctiunwllnrii at Law.
Athrviltr. N. C
Will tirueilce in the l Ith and I'Jth ludlelal
ilMtrii-tH, and in the Huttrrme Court ol North
.'aroliua, and tn the iVdrral Courts of the
vrtrrn iMntnct of North Carolina.
Kelcr to Hunk of ANhcvillc. dtel
Architect mid Contractor
Dans. meiiHentlonii and eatlmatra Air.
llnhcd. All work In m v line cotitraftrH for.
indnochartfea for drawlmtn on contractu
KrfrrrncrM when d mired,
other: No. iU llcndrv Hlok. North Court
M. ftKKVBM, II.D.H. II, K. MIIITH, II.
Urn. Reeve ft Htulth
n Connaily numnnH. Mrdwnod'i Htorv,
ration a venue.
Terth mtrncted wttliotit unin. with the new
tnn7tinetici iiniiHii canea 01 irreuuianty cor-
Tcien. icn i;t(il
V. KAMHAY, I).
J onicc i
In Harnartl Bulldln BntranctK, Hat tun
venue and Main turret.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALKM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The Mmh Anntml ttesiilon tirirlti. Autfti.t
JMih, 1MU0, Mi-Klntrr for Isat y.ar Ulfl. Hw-
lal features: Itaa Davelopmenl of
Health, Character and Intellect.
HulldlnR. Uiaroutihly rtmodelcd. Fully
iulprd frrparatory. Colleirlatc and Post
Ormliiat. IirpartmenU, braldes first class
hixiis tn Manic, slanguage, com
mercial ana Indnalrlal atadlca.
JOHN U. CLBWBLI., Principal.
BUOOIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINS.
To th cftlwna of Aaherlllt and Tfcfnltr I
would announce tkat at m .hop. onCollrac
tract, nut to Woodbury', .tablca, I am bet
trr ptvparra tnan ver to no wora la my line.
Waaona. BusalM and CarrfaaM maaafart-
arad, Mtpalrlnc and hor-holn ara ape-
aiuca. ana uanrci aauaiactioa auarantwa.
My workmen ar. aiwfinod aa
id skillful aad
ny charsr. ara Moderate.
Nature should t
assisted in tin
spring to throw ot)
the heaTliiosH of
the sluggish wintct
drculatloo of the
does it so well, so
prompt or so safely
as Swift's Specific
I have tised 8. 8. 8. for a number of
virs, and mnsldor it tho best touin an'!
iilood rainedy that I over used. In fac'
I would not attempt to enter upon
spring or sumuxor in this ellinate with
out it. II. W. COLKMAN,
Of Coleman, FerRttsnn & Co.,
Dade City, Via.
Our book on I!U 1 mul Skin Plsehiea
Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga
VLEAN SVV10I0I1 OK TUK
Dui'inii' tliis mmilli vi in
tend to I'lonn out all summer
e ha ve fot a, large stock
of Lawns, hot i ilam.struefi
and clifM-ked, which we will
lose out at New York cost.
Lntlies' tine I'tirtiHols We
IlltVI" II, fl'u ll'l'f tlllltlll'C WOl'tll
:..r)0 to 1.00, hut we will
lose t hem out a t f 12.00 each.
these nrcnifedcsirahle gooils
nitl are going at a bargain.
We have a, good line of La
lies' Fine Dress Goods and
Tritimiiiiii'M u liicli vm nffci" at
a rotlucetl jince. A good
stock of SatiMMis and (ling-
It will pay you to examine
iair line of Table Linen Tow-
A Li'fcnf ri'ilm-t ion in everv
--i-,- -- - -
line, as wo arciroinir to makt
II. I'll'llll HUll'll 1 if llll HIIIIIIIICI
gooils if clost? prices will do
DOSTIC BHOS. & WUHSHT,
No. 11 N. Court S,iiiai-u.
W.A.Bi.aiu. J.V. Uhown
No. 3 Patton Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We arc now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
ie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we ore offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a sjMHiial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night Go.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The cutlrc toi-k ol
IticluitliiK fine ltruiK'hrit, tluttotiH iwd Britcc
Kricanllm. of coat, a. we Intend In the future
to keep nothing tint Holld Gold and
Sterling fllleer Jewelry.
ADTIIIID M CICin
niiiiiuii un iiului
I ciniMR IFWFI FR.
Mouth Mala Ht. Abevlllc.
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
A lew dcalralile rooms with board. Ap
ply to C.J. McCAPU,
auiiuatdtf. M Orore street,
The World Famous, aaeqaaled, anesccllcd,
durable and bcantinal
An recommeaded b Wie best dftats. Come
aad esambM oar fro ode before baylaaT atae.
wan at No. 8T Pattoa areaae. Taalng
and repalrtng a sptelaltjr.
t. at WILUAMS k CO.
VM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anheville, N. C.
P. O. Bom P.
PaTPPTfiU w- T nsaalaa Bh.M ara
vAUlIUn warranted, anil, ever r aalr
ha. hi. name and price stamped aa koll.ai.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE QENTLIMEN.
FU. Calf aad Laead Watarpraaf Umla.
The Hrollnr and wrarine analltleaof thla ahoe
eannot be better ahown than by the atrong aidora.-
menu or lu tnouaauaa or oou.mwh wearcia,
StS'OO lienulne Handle wed, an elnmnt :ul
mj aiviian nn.ua noiw wiuub v,,ii,iruua .
tjtJOO lland-aewed Well.. A 'M.eaU ano.
9 uoequallnl for atvle id durability,
to. 80 Unodrear Well la la. MauiUrd draas
O Shiie. at . popular prlc
q,H Pnliremnn'. Hhoe la eanaelallr sdapted
O for rallniad men, farmer, pto.
All mule In cenirreaa, UutKin and Laea.
have bwn mmt faTomblr ivwlTcd alncw Introduce"!
ud th went InipnivenienU rrmlM them 4Htp3rior
to any ihoet sold at thr' urlcoa. .
Auk your Dealt, and If be cannot mpply too trod
direct to factory enclualng aVdnrUaed pr!6a, or
poauu lor oraer man
VT a VVlWUMBI wvaaFaa "--
I'OR 8AI.K I1Y
WEAVER & MYERS.
AIT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
$1.50 VHK DA V. $n TO $7 I'liK WliliK.
Niurc4t to Chimney Hoik, Catawba
PuIIh and MlUhciT Trnk.
jtilyUdlim 81'RAtUiB & MOOUH.
New hotinr, newly rurniMlietl, all mok-ro
iiiirovt-ilit-ntH, lurtic ruonia. cooil tuhle
mas. m. c. uooni:,
53 College St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aurnt for Reeme Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mnin Aaherflle, N. C
.15 AS11KVIUI.1-: 35
Money nilvitih'i-tl on Wttlrlu', liiumouib
and vnrioiiH othir nrtUka,
S. SCHII FItlAN,
35 North Main Htrcct. 35
IJISSOl.l TlON NOTICE.
Viii:vii.i.k, N. C, Inly :. Ik mi.
Wc the tinHcrti.inu'd hnvr thi day il-nolvi'tl
itipnr ticirtlii 1 ly inn t mil consent , . C
itrovvn rt'tirtiiKanii nikinK'ne un ami i-iiinni-in
ltuatn In room uni-r otorc. and Thai!
W. Thrimh taking the entire uw In at ore,
and will aanntre iiayiiunt ol all iIcMm due h
the Arm and will collect all aivountn luc aalti
tirm. J. C HMmvM,
1'lt A II V. TllKANII.
The underalKned have tomivd n copartner
ahip under the l.riti n mc ot Thad V. Thrauli
St Co. for the ptirpimr o doiiiu n Knierul
Crockery and llouae l''unii4hiiiK,,n,'invHN.
Tmaii V TiiWAi-M.
J M. TllKAHII,
The under alfrncd will conduct n Renernl tin
nin and pluinliltiK litiNiiteaa in liaaentent in
all hrnnchea. All order for work left Id atorr
will receive prompt attention.
J. C. Bkown.
A No entrant on CoIIckc atrcet.
OMMISSIONIiK'8 8 ALU.
North Carolina, lit
Huncombe County, f
the 8utcrlnr Court
ueiorc inc cicrk.
. N. W. KnKera, et. al.l
era. et. al.l
er. et. al. f
Ity virtue of the authority conferred uoun
me in a tlecrve of the court n-ndered In the
nnove entitled i-nuae, the underaiKiKd cum-
mtaaioner win aeii nt puMic outcry, on the
IircniiKcn, on Aionoay, inc ihi oay 01 neptem
icr. tKUU. the folio wmu diacrllied real eatutr
Aral In lota and then aa a whole
attitnte, lyiiiff tuid Im-Iiik in the County and
State afureanid, adjoining the landa of Hiram
Huckner and otlirra, and more purlkularly
laiunded and deaeritied ua folio wa:
I'irat tract: Ik-ftinnintf at a rock nt the
north went end ol Huikiier'a mill dam. hla lie.
KinnliiK corner and rtina with Mn linen na fol
low ; North ivy cant 1114 polcato a atakc;
then north 07 raat Hi m ilea: then mirth
Jt.'lVi raat p4lea;lhen north N cnat 4
IMiiea; men norm 7;,u enat 7 polea; then
north 4tlu euat MU pdea; then north aa eaat
3 polea; then north 1 1 Mj eaat 4W oolea: then
north HI eaat 1 pole; then aouth 4HVruat
4 polea; then aouth Ha, eaat 4 polea; thru
aouth..'! polea to the top of a lawc rock on
the north bank ol the creek; thence down
with the bnttka ol aald creek aouth 07 eaat a
polea to a atakc on the bank of the aald creek,
fluckner'a corner, in the old I'lemmona inuw
Kniifht'a I line; thence with aald line north a
eaat 114 polea to a pine, M. J, rang'a corner:
thence n rth N7 weat with Koifera' ant
Weatlv I'arham'a line 0 polea ton atakc in
the old New Pound or Handy Milan road,
Weatly Parhatn'a aouth weat corner; then
with aald old road aouih 3( eaat Id nolra in
a black nak buah; thence with the aald old
road aouth UO wrat 17 polea to a atake In the
old rood, Ord Kymer'a corner; thence with
Kymcr'a line went ai polea to a atake, My.
mcr'a comer; theme with hla other Hue aouth
l eaat Uli polea to a atake in the line of I), K.
Poater'a bond: thence north, with Kymcr'a
line, H7 wcat AO polea to a atakc In aald line,
I. K. Poster! comer) thrn with Poater'a
lint aouth iiH polea to a double white oak
inowuuaelln a hollow: then with Poater'a
other Une eaat 4 polea to a white oak on the
nana 01 inc new I'ouna roan, I'oatcr'a cor
ner; then with aald road aouth 21 wrat lb
Mlta; then aouth 10 polea to a red oak, Poa
ter'a corner. In the old friabee II or : thrn with
aald line aouth H7 eaat 00 polea to a hickory,
Priabrc'a orner; thence with hia other line
aoutn a went 10 polea o a atake and rock on
bank of a drain, Hludcr'a comer 1 thence with
Mluder'a line aouth H 7 eaat 73 oolea to a hlau-k
oak, Huckncr'a comer ; thence with Buckner'a
une norm 11 wcat, croaatna; ttw point of a
ridKc, .!( polea to a atake near the aprina;
then with Huckncr'a other line 30 eaat 14
IHdea; thence nortJi 10 weat A polea; themv
north 30 eaat. croaalnic Hmbler'a apriiifi
branch, 0 poUa to the beginning, contnlnlna
Hccond tract! Iteainnlna; on a white oak
In Hludcr'a line. Hiram Huckncr'a comer and
runa with the iluckuer line north na wcat to
polea; thence north 70 weat H oolca: thence
north 63 weat 11 polaa to a laraja rock, Huck
ncr'a comer: thcuce uorth Ud eaat. croaaiiiK
the branch, 7 polea to a black oak, Buckner'a
and comer of the ttrat track ; thence with the
line nl Aral track north H7 weat IS polaa to a
atake, Hludcr'a comer; thence with Hludcr'a
line aouth 314 weat to a poat oak and atake,
Hludcr'a corner; thence with Hludcr'a other
line aoilth H7 eaat U7 oolea. rroulnv th
creek, to a atakc near the Levi Hinder amoke
houae; thence north 8 eaat, eroaalna; the
creek, aa polea to the beginning, containing
Temta Twenty pareeat. of the parch a ar
money in caah on dav of aalr. balaniw in
equal Inatallmenta (n H, 1 il and I ft monthe,
in o tea tor ucirrrcci pay men ta to be endoraed
by ffnod orraonal aecarltv. and tn hmr int..
cat at the rate of A per cent, per annum,
Por further particulars enquire of the an
demtancd or of Moore Merrick, Attorney a,
Aahevllle, N. C, where plat ol I an da can be
ecu. i tua juiy au. inwy.
' ' ..JfTTtCR, :
JulySldtdaUwed Commissioner. 1
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
ftln too Feetof Central PassenRer Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
T ' "2 aj
a mnHrn flrt ,-Ih. hotel. Hot and colli wnter anil hatha nnd toilet, on every oor.
HlietrU hJnJ In ewVroom. Oia-n Hn- In ollin- nn.l Kn.t.-a in IkU room. om, din nS
r oii Inni'li c iVuimr iTiar i n.! ne ws hikI nn.l luir nn.l liilllanl room on lirat rt.jor. lilee
TiirZ rT," li.) minute Kl.-hn.und and Dan.illc railroad eutinK Hon.
JO minutes for iiicala.
RATICH, a.M PER DAV.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON.Prop.
J. H. HMVAN nnd WAI.TKR HHKF.W. Clcrkw.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for ita Purity.
Wc deliver to all p irt. of the ell- our own Untiling liaimrt lleer at
ONE DOLLAR PKit DOZEN.
ll11rlM.rriak.-11t ntn teniH ratlin- of o d.-Krix-a mid we nuaianl.cyi.ua lii-ah urllvh- n
lllliliu-a. TUU TKAHH Kl 11-1.1 III I'KIIM
V WINE . AND .. LIQUOR , STORE
FINE SAMPLE AND B1XLIAKD ROOM.
J. 4. Sf AKUI'AHIIT, Sir'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
BRICK. BRICK. BRICK
.....FOR HAVK BY-.
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Aahevllle, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BUHJ ROOM FinEO WITH WATER "CLOSET.
Fin tuned tlmHiuhout In Anthme Oak. Pnrlnr nnd Kevcptlun Hall Mnlahctl in Ouarter-
Haw i:d ink WntU drniH-d with l.lniTustn -
Por further Inioruiuilun nll un
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A .hort riiatanee from the foot of the I'lnnnile of the lllur Hlilge, trum which haleatnle
tireeie. are constantly blowlnif. The scenery I. ilcture..ue, wulk. wild and vaned, and
water pure and abundant.
LITHIA WATliK A PBW HTUI-a I'KUM I'KONT IIOIIH.
HLUCTKIC IIII1.I.8 AND BATH MUUat
MIl-:i-IAI. RATIts OIVKN TO FAMM.IKa).
Opens June ihI. For TcrniH, addrraa
J. BIXOW KRWIN, Proprietor.
Ocalcrwin Wall Paper, WlndowabadeaaudPatcutHang:vra
faint.. Oil. aad Varnl.hc., Uaaury's Miaeil I'aint. nnd I'ol.ira. Window ntaM, botlj
Kreneli and American
We keep In atnek Ml. Iralaand Kentnrky lnd a-Mldte
Hdltor Aahevllle Cltlteni
That our many friend, may know how we
arc letting on we will .tale that we look In
ia Hotel ami Store
9,ooo In Vive Week.
Took in In.t Mutnrday over 7lM). 7ft ol
that was hotel, hnlanve store. Hotel rt-Kl.-
lered an that day. Had B.lHHl arrival. In
R montha. (lur st'ck Is mammoth fllNI feet
lona: and 15 feci wide. Tell the balance ol
the world tn come aod see "Old Ched" smile,
and buy good, of us and aava 10 to its per
novlfldtr S). It. CHItllBSTRR ft HON.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Acvommodatloa. tha very beat thla moun
tain country aaa afford, Terns reasonable
aspoatlbls to make them. Billiards, pool,
howllni alley, ball room, music, etc
F. A. MILES, HI. D.,
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all the handsome aad trainable property
thnt hn. Iieen nm-nd In Aahevllle. son. com
vanillic to the nnhrokea forest of aver na
un.lred Acre, divided and .alatlvhled Into
Ihe moat besutllul lots and tract., lying
Tho Ilouhvitni of the City,'.
About one-thlrd lielng within city limits snd
the remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only one mile from Court a.,,,. n
me., drive) and on the beat and moat popular
drive leadlna to the enun.re. Th. . ..
yrlnth of avenues and streets being built
through tlirw grnund. under the supcrvlaloa
if one of the finest engineers In the oath.
The lots and tract, will rmmm i. -i
acre to 3 to 6 sere., the U.- .1...
ome of the mint beautlial aad ptctufvaqot
elevations to be Amnil hi a day's Journey,
Mend f.ir til at r th -a
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Nat. Atklnaon & Son.
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