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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 211890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
TaaDllMrCrrtisa. Democratic, la publlehed
every afternoon (except uunaav) at we l.l-
lawing rates etrtctjr auk:
On Week. -
THB DAII.V CITISftN
Is on tale at the following places In Aahevllle:
bii inn urriLB.
BATTERY PARK NBWS STAND.
OLBN ROCK NKW8 STAND.
MODBL CIOAR 8TORU. Patton Ave.
J. CARBON'S KBWS STORB, North Court
THUKSDAY. AUGUST 21, 1890.
Which la the Better Way f
There has been a little we are glad to
say only a little complaint that the new
Citizrn is ranking too conspicuous the
drawbacks of life in Asheville. The com
plaint, as it reaches us, is "that it will
hurt the town" to point out that its
streets are dusty, that its well water is
bad as if wc had not a splendid system
of city water and as if well water in all
cities had not been condemned the civil
lied world over and that Tun Citizen
ought not to print the statement of a
physician that he believed a large num.
ber of cases of typhoid fever were caused
here by drinking the water from one well
One citizen, whose sincerity we could
not question any more than hecould con
ceal his disapproval of Tim Citiikn's
course, said it would be telegraphed all
over the United States that there was
an epidemic of typhoid fever in Aslieville,
Nothing of the kind has, however, hap
pened. Our articles on the subject of well
water with physicians' professional opin
ions, have been reprinted in several State
papers, but in each case, so far as we
have observed, to apply the lesson, not
to Asheville, but to the local situation of
the town in which the articles reap
The fact is that those persons who
would be of most benefit to the city by
settling here will find it a decidccljattruc
tion that the city is not satisfied with
"good enough" and that it has a wide
awake newspaper continually on the
watch to prevent backsliding into muni'
cipal ways that are i hindrance to the
general prosperity . ot co-me, there may
be honest differences of opinion ns to the
best way to secure city reforms and mis
takes may be made, but there can lie no
question, we think, that publicity is a
primal necessity of city progress.
The policy of suppression, indeed, has
lieen thoroughly tried in Asheville. A lew
years ugo sickness from one cause broke
out here as it did in many parts of the
United States that same yenr, and
through no particular infringement ol
sanitary laws. The local pajicrs re
fruined from nil publication of the facts.
What was the result ? It was impossi
ble to prevent the wildest statements ns
to the trouble going from hand to month,
and in towns distant KM) miles or more
il was soon said that nearly evcryhody
wu either sick, dying ordeiid in Asheville.
The further the news trnveled the worse
it became, and there lieing no careful
statement of the facts in the Asheville
papers, uniuestionubly much more harm
was done the city than tlie freest public
ity could have cllccted.
There must be general knowledge of a
city s faults liefore they can lie cor
The Mervant Olrl (acHtlon,
The lack of good servants in Asheville
is recited elsewhere in to-day's Citizkn in
all its truly distressing details. It is for
the readers of Till Citukn who are at
the mercy of these circumstances to sny
whether the picture is overdrawn.
It if is not, what is to be done about
it ! Would not organization by the la
dies effect something ? A convention of I
Indies meeting on the servant girl iiies-
tion would, from its novelty, advertise
the city far and near and probably result
in attracting a better class of help as well
as secure some other relief by a thorough
discussion of the whole question. This
much could be done: Informational to
wages and the quality of the different i
rants as tested in Asheville kitchens,
could be collected for general use and be
of great service. The demand of t s
vani applying lor work tnat she show a
good recommendation from her former
, , .
" Y ' " I
of the ladies onrantintion. would weed I
out a ttrent numher nf nr,ra,l.
vyjiiiii ib vuiiiiiitru tu ruin I
. . " I
.nK Koa proTitioni.
"r " umo nmc auggcHion. i
to tne ladies in the hone thev may lie
moyro to action tnat will result in gen
To RVKRYiNiDY outside of Asheyille
Send us the news of your neighborhood.
It will help your town, be a source of
satisfaction to yourself, and best of all.
delight Tim Citiikn.
Complaint has been made to Tun Cir
iirn of the dangers attending the too
careless use of spring guns by small boys
on the streets. These guns arc loaded
with buckshot, nnd the propelling force
is a strong spring. They are said to he
dangerous at twenty-fire steps. ' The
boys ought to lie allowed to have all the
fun they can, but it should be innocent
and not attended with danirer to others,
Whitk foreign labor will not come at
thcpiicea now paid the negroes. Wil
Thousands of I'olnndcr are working
in many Northern cities for from 90
cents to $1.25 per day. They will out
work negrors and being thrifty and sav
ing, make better citiwns.
Mm my could ill spare Mrs. Could,
she of that unfragrant memory. Thou
sands of people who never before knew I
of such a town know of it now, It la I
not the highest class of advertising but I
A ooon base ball team would be a I
drawing card for Asheville. And there's I
a world of fun In the national game.
. Mr afternoon nap, put on tier beat bib,
,i brashad her bale sad la la floe shape to
H receive eoawaiiy. .Que of the beat jeat-
. area of Headersonvitle is of course ber I
nearness to Aalievillc, but she has some
solid merits of her own and it is likely
now that the world will hear of them.
A gentleman who has just returned
from the Ninth congressional district
tells me there is no doubt that R. B,
Vance will be the nominee. This was
predicted some time ago. Wilmington
The Day repeats that the democratic
convention for this county did not vote
uuwu n inuiuwiun tjiiuursiiiir ixnuiur
Vance. He is solid for re-election so far as
Granville democruts are concerned .-Ox-
i..,i um.:.i . i
"" ' l"
luuicmpiuu. ...umcnncc inc umicr-
nanacu atiucKB mane on mm.
and re -
sents the idea that Col. Steele, or any
one, is authorized to speak for him. We
mink iiuce wnitaker's course in nnvini!
no attention to the matter, in perfect ac-
cord with n guiltless record. Greensboro
The purpose of certain parties to fight
Vance brings to mind the fable of the
stallion and the rooster. The rooster
said he would fight the stallion if there
was to be no stepping on toes ; lor his
part if he steps on the stallion's toes it
would be entirely acciuentnl. and ne
hoped the stallion would lie careful not
to stepon his toes. New Bcrnc Journal.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
A Uoldsboro hen has laid an egg flU
inches around one whv, mid 7' j the
other. Save it for our State fuir.
The Governor expects to open the big
doors ol tne mansion sometime in Inn-
uurr, and tnere win oe un old fashioned
house warming. We are all coming
On Thursday Inst Minnie McMnhon,
formerly a resident of Greensboro, her
little brother and Miss Kate Lee, a young
ludy friend, were nenrlv drowned while
surf bathing at Virginia Bench,
John I'hillips, the heinous murderer
of Capt. Robert C. Overby, of Mecklen
burg county, Vn., father of Mrs. John
n . unnnon. olourcitv, was nunccil Kn
day Inst at Boydton. Twin-City Daily.
A vonnir hid. nnmed Kdwnrrl Knwnnt
aged 16 years, son of Mr. G. W. How
ard, residing in the Middle Swamp
tion ol iirunswicK county, accidentally I
shot himself through the breast while I
out hunting on Saturday evening, killing!
Sunday iiiornini; at Bethlehem I
church, near Hall's Ferry, Davie county,!
l-.dwnnl lioiitliit, jr., and John Smith, I
mm of Itougliiss Smith, both of that I
neiglilMirhood, iiiinrrelcd. Smith was cut I
in the neck with a knife in the hands of I
Douthit. i he wound is considered dan
The grntifvini! intelligence comes to!
Kurgnwofn deliulitful relieious revival!
.it the Kockv Point Methodist church!
last week, rortv cunversiona were en
rolled under the ministrations of Revs.
Icndcrsou Culiy, J. C. Crisp, C. P. Jo I
rome nmi K-v. Mr. AMihy. Ituicnw I
. . i
While Knviil Sliiiiiniinliouw, the sev
enteen yenr "Id son ol I. I',. Sluinnon-
liousc wns riiling n iiiowfr on his father's
plantation, pil ctiHt ol Charlotte, the
inni'liinc struck a rock, which threw him
to the ground, llic machine passing over
him, cutting and brciikini! his arm so
bnilly that amputation was necessary.
The Knlciuh cotton mills inannL-cr snvs
it win lie two months iietore thev will lie
fully oiencd. Thev will make highgrnde
hosiery ynrnasolcly. The nulls will make
on an average a.lMKl Hiunds of yarns,
nnu tnese win nc Horn iiiKidhng cotton,
all carefully selected. Fortv m-rsons will
oe empioyea in tne nuiia.
A gentleman who spent a day or two
at Sylva, nckson county, savs he saw
there one of the smartest women in the
State. Her father is the editor and pro-
proprietor oi tne i ucnaseegee Democrat.
The bright young woman sets the tvoe
and then works off the impression on a
Washington press. tlie is an expert type
Some four years ago W. K. Jackson at
I'rospenty. in Kitters townshm. was of
fered a gold mine by N. B. nnd N. !
tiraciy, two of his neighbors, and he em
ployed i. w. II. Cockman and Captain
mnunms, two practical miners, to esti
mate its value. They pronounced it rich.
Jackson agreed to pay the llrady's S.
uuu tor tne property, payinir S3.U4M)
cash. After further examination of the
property, Jackson concluded that it had
been "salted," and had the Bradvs. Cock-
man and Williams indicted by the Moore
county grand jury for a conspiracy. The
case came up in Moore suiierior court at
-rtnnKe ' Tuesday and as we go to
press the attorneys are arguing it before
tne jury .central bxprcss,
OPINION A TED EDITORS,
nt. m- . .
Subtract the Atliancc vote from the re-
nMkan vote and look In the soup for
me repuniicnn pnny ol iNeiiraska. uma.
Mr. Harrison's Eiirnuean consuls are
becoming tainted with free trade notions.
They ask for "leniency in enforcing the
provisions 01 tne AtcKinley lull." fort
Mr, Ouny is simply carrying out his
contract. He fried the fat out of the
manufacturers, and promised them sub
stantial benefits in return. Now he de
mands that the tariff bill he passed.
Hither the Mckinley f sill or the election
I.ill. i(en,.rfiin. l ,ill fk
congressional elections against the repub
licans in every section ol tne country.
Like a turtle with its head oft", the old
party is groping about aimlessly and
waiting tor theend. Oswego Palladium.
It is a little sinsulnr. to say the least.
that after a man has been painting the
town rea nc asun iv tee s Dine. Hostnn
A ma of tartar baking powder. High eat
or an m leavsalag at renal
t Report, Augaat 17, 1S8B.
And so he went to the back sate
half past eight, and waited for hisdarlingl
to come, tor dc k Known tnat It was not
prudent to see her in the house, for her
father, though accused of having no I
heart in his bosom, did have a big, heavy I
sole at the bottom of bis foot. And so it I
was best to meet at the garden gate, and I
whisper their love under the voiceless
night, where only stars and moonbeams I
came to breathe a benediction.
So last night be hurried to the gate,
ana in a moment or so ne Heard tlie ec
sl0,lc mumc ""' tootsteps. In a I
' J 0 Vwn npn her'
mi rnoM rAntHrnm ihowrTi ctt hntipvtvl I
endearment- thnt rati nnlv lit full A rnintwt I
through theentrancingcbannelof fondest I
and sweetest kisses, and when it seems I
that each devoted lin is twins- to .in I
I irom eacn otner neart all ot those nec-1
e.. . . . . . . . -. .. . I" I
I rH H,. ii ... i., fl. rl
glK.h .j,,,.,,, emotions. But nlns.
1 there is a change to his fond dream of
weet communion, where raptures live in
've knit union, for a voice cried out
' cunuiiimon n mis rcmarKame story
". ' fnnnd in No. 1.234,807 of the
Would ir He Could.
Debtor "I want to nnv thnt little bill
of yours " Creditor "All rig-lit. my
dear boy." Debtor "But I can't."
Fanny, Both of 'En,
who is in command here? asked a
facetious prisoner in court. "General
se8sioiis,"piicd the judge promptly.-
"I wonder what makes Mr. Tompkin's
imitlPdlin an fiirifinatv H " 'M . - -
complexion so furiouslv red." "Drink.
mg so much pale ale." The Jester.
Trnvelinc Accnt "Are vou the liend
of the house, sir ?" Mr. Cowed "Hem !
Ah! I represent her." Fuck.
A Boon to wlvea.
Having used "Mother's Friend" 1
would not lie without it. It is a boon
to wives who know they must pnsslstock of SatecnH Ulld (Sillg-
through the painful ordeal of childbirth.
rfnic nmunciu ivrkruiKiur Lummnr.
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. By all
Th Standard Cocoa of Europa,
Th Coming on of America.
Van Houten's has fifty ftr
tent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than is ob
tained by the best processes of
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing all over the
world, certify to this Immense
saving,and by Van Houten's
special process only can this
MVif Rootcs. Own ftoiM irM.
ilnnaMd") po th frval idnntiff
of lMrlf a. Injurioa. lAA aa th. mm mm
vsm It. irMdw, tbtnfm that la all!
pari, ot th. worM. tbU ,mmim-; dm la m.
wlasaa, IWv aally mm br .kiMraa r
adults ksl.ud.lok. rich u4 page. Ak for
rran am. yum. IUT K
YiM Houm's tad akm
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
, O. Box sj7, is Hendry Block,
A. H. COBB.
June 7d Am
A. S. GRAHAM,
OfHce Over J. H. Law's Store, south Mala I
Bitrae tin SSe.
witn k.i boc.
Pilling with diver or am.ln.m.. ... o7(Vc.
" Hold Sl.fMIMfl Hflw.nl
net of teeth SH.on.
neat Mt or teeth as.oo.
No better made, no matter what voa nar.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Room. S anil 9, McAfee Rnlldliia-,
A.hevlllc N. C.
rascTics i.imitsii to th
Kar. Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Auorncjr mt Law,
MARION. M. C.
Win practice in the 10th and 19th JadkHal
liatrict. of North CaroHna and in the So-
ITra - '"rt. Federal.. Court of the
remcv.oart ana the reoeral Coai
VcMern IH.trict of North Carolina.
Thso. P. DsviriioN, Taos. A. Jons.
Kaieign. u. miiim, AU.TIIle.
QAVIUHON, MARTIN ajONIM,
Attoraers and Coanatllors at Law,
Aahevllle. N. C.
Will pracllec In the 1 1th and 1 2th Judicial
Olatrku, .ad la the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and la the Pederal Court, of the
rrcaiern uiatnct of norta Larollaa,
acter to nana or A.ncviiie. dtati
I J A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plana. aneelScatltifi. aarf ,.ln..(.. a.-.
Ialahed. All work In my line contracted for,
sad no charaes for drawings oa coatracU
i iwiniTa nc,
Mrference. when deMred,
Office I No. 1 2 Hendra Bloah. Mneth Cnart
I MVMTiiia, n. w. MtOlWOlT
I . H. RBIVJM, D. D. S. R. K. SMITH, D. D. S. I
Drs. ateewca Jk Btnlth.
In CnanaHy SaiHiaa, uvr Medwood'. store,
Teeth citraVted wlthoat nali, ll.(k. u
I anaMtbetl. aad all eases of trrairalarlty eor-
la flaraard TlWIdlaa iTmI.wi
Avwim aad Mala Stnct.
A troublesome akin disease
IdMiMd M to scratch for ten
noatha and has baan cured by
a few daft use of S. 8. S.
M. H. Wolff.
Upper Marlboro, Md.
J Swift jNpecific.
I was cured several yean ago of
white swelling In my leg by the use of
8. 8. 8., and nave had no symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and all
tailed, but g. 8. 8. did the work.
Paul W. Kihkfatrick,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Disease
Swift Sriciric Co.,
During thin month wo in
tend to clean out all summer
We have irot a large Htock
i a v . v . . . . -
Ol IvHWIIH, both Plain, HtrilMKl
and cherked, much WO will
lua.ii. nie.oIVb uf.
Ladiew' ttno INirnaolH Wo
have a f('W loft thntnilMVOrth
I ... . . .. .... . ...
JJ...50 to f 4.(H), but wc will
close them out a t if 2.00 each.
these ait'ineedesirable iroods
and are going at a bargain
We havo a. good line of La
dies' Fine Dress Goods and
Trimmings which we offer nt
a reduced price. A good
It will jny you to cxaniint
of Table .Linen 1 ow
A irreat reduetion in every
line, as we aregoin to make
a clean sweep of all Huminer
poods if eloHe rices will tlo
B0HT1C BROS. & WUKillT
No. UN. Court Square.
W. A. BiAiit. J. V. Brown
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIH SOIO STAND
We are now reatly, and in
vi te our frit'iuls iiiul I he mil
lie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 05
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire itock ot
Incrudlng fine Brooches, Button, aad Braea.
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Regardleai of cost, aa wc Intend is the future
tn keep aotMhg but Solid OoM aad
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main mu Asheville.
ItOOnS WITH ' BOARD.
A few dealralilc room, with board. Ap
ply to C.J. McCAPB,
augu.t4dtr. 2 Orove treet.
The World amoaa, mtquaM, aoexctlled.
durable aad beautiful
Are recommended by the best artlata. Came
and tiMlM our good, before buylsf elaa.
wSm at No. ST Pattoa avtaue, 'Tuning
aad repairing s .pectaJtr. ,
a. . mxissiri eo.
propmbtor or , (
TNE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, IN. C.
Pa O. BOX I.
caution ZirknSirinjXffjsi I rf" - df
ha. hi. um a.a arte, alawaed kalian.. ,T. M j! '"C" ' "
GXjj. jiff 1
VY. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLKMKN
Pl Calf S Uats W.trsrMf Onla.
Th. iimIImim uS mHu anmlltta. flff til Ml ghom
etflno bm britw ihowa tlua nT in. Mroas
miDU of n. UMMiMna. of oouuui wi
tOsM Pllrf-j, HhuMi lirTwHsaiy 4dVrwl
W for rmllroad men, farm era, uj.
AU mad in uuicreM, Huttoo ana lcm.
tiava hMB mnst faorablT imItmI Hbm latKuowu
ud th rctit 1oiproTnvnU iuk tlMm MpMtar
to any abnes Mid at ihem
Aak mur Dalr. and If fas eatiaot uTtrDtttr Ton i
direct to factor ncloalag adraniaad pro, a
for order blank a.
W. U DQVGIAB BracktB Mm
FOR 8 A LB BY
WEAVER & MYERS.
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL.
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
$l.(VO I BR DAY. $n TO 7 PKK W8I.K
Nearest to C'hiinnry Mock, Catawha
Pall and Mitchell' Peak.
JulyHWUm 81'RAOl'B V MOORB
Nea houae, newly furnfahrd. all mo lem
iinprtivementa, Inrar rniinia. good taltle.
MRS. lit. C. GOODK,
53 College St,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent fr Perm t'rrrli Wnnleu Mill.
North St;li.i A-hrville. N. C
. M.HM-y ildvnih-nl Wiilchra, IMllllliin
.Mid v;trl.. t.lhi'i nrli-k-a.
H. SCIIII i MIAN,
Jiniii Nlrcvl. 35
AallKVII.I.K. N. C. Intv .111. IHIM1
We the linflrraliinrd have lhl ilnyilliiMulvrl
rninr nrrMniM ny nimuni cinarnT, . c
llnivn rrlirlnuanil tnklnif'he lin nnilitlaml
itltz liualn a In fiMMH unUr li,iv. nntl Thin
W. Thrriah tnkmg threntirr at.H'k in alorr,
and will naNumr rmvmrnl ol nil tlrhta line l:
ine nrm nnu win eotievi nil mvoiinta nue anli
Arm. J. c likiiwn,
Tiun w. Tiikaaii.
The unneralgnnl have formed a eonartner-
ahip under the firm name ol Thad W. Thraah
Ac Co. f.r the purMae ol doing a general
vrocaery ann nouae rumining ituatnraa.
THAI) V. TllBAail
J M. TiiaA.H.
The nndralffned will eonriuet a general tin.
nlng and plnnthing liuainraa in liaaement in
all branvhr. All order, fur work left in .tore
win recvive prompt attention.
J. C. KaoWN,
Alao entrance on College atrret.
Rv virtue of a deed of tniat eaecniMl to th
onnrralgnea ny c. A Hmlth and wife, A. .C
Smith, to aeenre the aum of money therein
mentioneti to ennnea w. Wot.leey. and bear.
ing dnte May 10, I nnu, and regiaterrd on
tngea ct. arq.. Of niioa la or I
rage Meeord In the orflre of the H
leeda of Hunenmlaf countv. North tiarollna.
the underaigned truatre will aell for eaah al
public outcry to the hiaheat liiflder at tha
court nouae noor in tne city or Aahevllle In
aaid Bunt'omhe county on the and day of An
nual, 1MIMI, the following drarrllicd piece, and
parcela of land, altuate, lying and being In
aaid city of Aahevllle on Hailey atrret.
no oeing i.nta noa. roriy.two and fin
arven of Hhelby I'ark, to the part of whit-
aa regiatrrefl, reference is hereby mnde, for a
further deacriptlon of the aame, nnd which
aain Mtim are luriner nounard a. roliowa, to
wit: Lot No. 4'i. Beginning at a point on
Ineeaatrrn margin of aaid Unllry atrret one
nunurea ana aiity-av. feet a. i"i.v w, from
where the northern line of aaid Mhrlltv Park
Interaecta anid atrcrt. and run. thane a
S7VV K. one hundred and arventy-fnur feet tn
tne weaurn margin of wailack atrret: thence
wnn n r. ltd if. anout aeventyala (Tfl)
leet to the aouthweat corner of lot No. Al :
I hence N. H7U W. with the Southern line of
earn int no. one nunnrca and elghtv-one
ana uirav lourina liniakl feet tu Bailey
anu inrnn wrrn II B. I'm W, BC TCT1
ty-IWe 17ft) het tn the beginauig. It. No,
A7. Lvinu Immedlatelv eaat of anid 1... Nn
3 arroaa aaid Wailack .treet, beginning on
the raatcm margin of th laat atrret, oppo
site the aoutheaat corner of aaid lot No .43
and th. aortheaat of lot No. aad ran. 8.
S7tt H. about one hunitml and Ave fret to
neeaaiern one oi aaKl unelhy I'ark; thence
with aaid line N.4 K.aeventv.Svr l7Hllrrttn
a atakei thence with the anulhrrn line of lot
Nn. fiN N. H7U W. one hnntlm. I1IMI1 tmrl n
aaid Wailack afreet, nntl thence with it S.
wrw. about acvcnty.flve ITS) Sret to the
ovgmning. . aiajaiy nil. lnuo.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the very beat this moan.
tain country eaa afford. Terras reasonable
a. poarible to make them. Billiards, pool.
bowling alley, ball room, music, etc.
P. A. MILES, M. D.,
UMlit, CARMMEa, lUCIltSrlTHIIvS.
To the ritlaen. of Aahevllle mnA -au.
would announce that at my .hops aa Cullega
Mrak aeat to Woodbary'; aUlilea. I am bet
ter Drenared than avre tn do L - u
Wagon., Suggiea and Carriage, aaanufacti
urrd, pairing and hone-.koalaai ara ana.
daitiea, and perfect aatlafactloa ani
aay woranaea are experteui
aiy charge, are an
s. acirmaTTB. '
Ss40 n.aala. Haaalfwaa, aa ahKran aaa
O KjlMi Sim. Bb wbkik aonniMKl. Ifrtl.
IM HhJmwi? WIU. A tlnitH Bkoa
S unrqiullM for MtU ul i urmbllltf. .
I.Ji MaaMsoav Walt M iha auaiUnt anas
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flrat claa. hotel. Hot and cold water and hath, and toilet, oe every floor.
Blectric liella In every room. Open Are in office and gratea in bed rooma. Office, dining
room, lunch counter, cigar and new. atand and bnr and billiard room on Ant Aoor. Blec
tric .treet car. paaa door every 20 minutes. Kiehmon,d aud liaavillc railroad eating houae,
30 minute, for meal.. " v
RATES. l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALL. YBURTON, Prop. '
J. a. RRVAN and WAl.TliH URKKN, Clerks.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the city our own Bottling Kaport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Oar beer la kept at a temperature of 40 degree, nnd we guarantee you a freah article at
all lime. THBTKAUUelltl'l'l.lUli PKOM
. WINE .. AND . LIQUOR STORE v
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. R. C
FOR SALE BY.
Asheville, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING" BATH; ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
Kiniahcl throughout tn Antique Oak. P trior and Reception Itall flnlahed la (Juarter-
wed oak. Walla draped with l.iniruata-Walton.
Fur further Information call on
G H. WALKER. No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
July I fid tm
balersln Wall Paper, Window Sbados and Patcnl Haaarcrs,
Paiata. Oil. aad Varalahe., Masury's Allied
We keep In atock St. Lou la and Kentucky
ARE THE IEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE MANSERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
We claim that these hanger, am cheaper
than any other) are detachable, and any
number eaa be used per stick ilnaure a ani.
farm bars of tobacco j mora tobacco eaa be
cured per bare tobacco brings better prices
dots aot bruise 1 .talk la sot cured, aavlng
furl and time. Any bars eaa be nerd. Sam.
pie seat with pamphlet for 8 ernta poataga.
Inquire for them of your atorekeepcr or
agent. If they do not keep them send to ua.
Prlcat teer 1,000, yyltll atlckaa. Ss.oo
Pries per 1,000, naaarers oaily 440
Send caeh with order, or good, arnt C. O, D
' 'AGENTS WANTED.
TOBACCO HANGER ki'F'6 CO.
Hraaton, Haliniv County, Va
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALEM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The SBth Annunl Hoalon hegina Auguat
iiath, IHuO, Mrglatrr for laat year 81 A. Spe
cial feature.! Iha) Dostolopmont of
Healtti, Character aaS lalollect,
ilullillnga tharoughly , remodeled, fully
equipped Preparatory, Collegiate and Post
Oraduate tlepartmenta, heaidea Ant clam
achiml. In Maalo, Lanfuasu, Com.
STalal aeMI Saaaatssal SMasUca.
JOHN H. CLBWBLL, Principal,
MODEL CIGAR STORE
r ,You WillrFind '.j.
EST RANDS Of CHIWrNS TOBACCO.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Paints and Colon. Window Olaas, both
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all th. haadaomc and yaluable property
that haa been offered In A.hevlllc, none com
parable to the ..broken threat of ever One .
Hundred Acres divided aad subdivided Into
the moat bcautHsJ tots aad' tracts, lying
Tim HmilwHrtl oftho City, !
About one-third being within city limit, aad
the remainder in the charming .uburbaa villa
ofRamoth. i ' '
Only one mile from Court Square (10 min
uter drive) and on the best aad moat popular
drive leading to the country. , There If a lab
yrinth of avenue, aad .treats betas built
through theae ground, snd.r the nuarvlaloa
of on. of the Saea auglnsara hi the South.
The lots and tracts will range la alae from (4
acre loS to S acre., the larger plat, covering
aoiue of the moat beautiful and pkturraque
elevation, to be found la a day ' Journey.
Send Sir plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
' AUHBVILI.S, H. C.
Bdltor Aahevllle Clttaeat
That our aiaay nieads may kaow how we
an getting oa we will state that we look la
la Hotel ana store
9,000 in vtim Weeks.
Took la last Saturday over a Too. STB af
that waa hotel, balance store. ' Hstrl teaia.
tcrad 88 that day. . Haa 8,000 arrivals la
8 month. Our au'ck I. mammoth 800 Ant
long aad IS Sat what Tall Ma Mi ill 1 of
the world to come and art "OM Chad" smile.
aad bay goods of y. aad ears 10 t. 88 Bar
beat . ' '"w
aovIS dtf " 8. . CHBDBSTBS SON.
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