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TIUS DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
TM Dn. CltSH, Democratic, lepubushed
evry afternoon (zccpt Sunday) at th fsl-
owing tim iincwy eaaa.
TUB DAILY CITIXEM
It oa ult at the following place In Aehevlllc:
BATTBRV PARK NBW8 STAND.
GLBN ROCK NBW8 STAND.
MODBL CIOAR 8TOKK. Patton Are.
J. CARSON'S NBW8 STORB, North Court
MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1890.
They must learn to draw the line be
tween the politicians, South n well n
North, who have their own selfish ends
to enin by inflaming passions and re
kindling the fires of sectional strife, and
the great masses of the people, who have
everything to gain and nothing to lone
bv cultivating the moBt cordial fraternal
relations between the various sections of
the country. Durham Globe.
Tbe Hoase Servant Queatlou.
Tub Citizkn got near the public heart
when it voiced the grievnncesof Ashcvillc
ladies in their experiences with the ser
vants that at present ruin our beefsteaks,
spoil our coffee and make sodden our
We print to-duy a letter written by
one who evidently has suffered and is
tired of it ; has worn the yoke of ignor
ance and insolence until silence has
ceased to be golden ; smtil forbearance
has censed to become virtue mid be
come, if not a vice, then next door to n
crime. ' The letter is written, we doubt
not, out of nn exK'ricnce that at least
QUO Ashcvillc ladies could duplicate.
Such an experience means an amount ol
distress, of discomfort, of unhappiness,ot
positive mental suffering as are painful
to reflect upon. II as much annoyance
were caused men by some action of our
own or another government there would
be stirring times in Ashcvillc. There
would be mnss-mectiiigs, indignation
meetings and speeches, and the. soul
moving torch and transparency of prcsi.
dentin! campaign days would again be
present and accounted for by a large mu
But as it is only the ladies who are in
the main the sufferers in the present case
nothing is done. We find here in Ashc
villc that many Indies are doing grand
work in the name of sweet charity ; but
C larity, while it suffcrcth long and there
must be some limit should begin, not
out in far away place, not even in the
next street, but at home. It is time,
here in Ashcvillc, that it had its begin'
ning there and a good place to start the
reform would be the kitchen.
The remedy as Tub Citizkn has nl
ready intimnted, and as our corresimnd
ent also favors, is organization. First.
let the ladies get together and discuss the
whole matter. Out of that Tub Citizkn
would like to sec grow some center of in'
formation a kind of intelligence off
where there should be put on record the
experience of each lady witiicnch servant
she could remember the nnme and chnr-
nctcriKtics of j us : f
Hall, Paradise, Mm.: Fair cook, bat
not clean ; slow ; good with the children.
Smith, Aramanthn Matilda, Miss : Worth
iest ; can't even wuh dishes.
CunNg, Brother, Mr.: Capable, bnt
sickly ; hna fair knowledge of cooking, but
will not betray tbe met a long a any one
will do that work for her. Dad tempered.
I'xtkiikix, LtghtHngcrcd, Mlu: Good
I'hiiraliernmid, but if the is kept nothing else
And so on. The information would be
added to or modified daily. After a time
the organization might try the expert
mcnt of importing servants or establish
ing a training school on a small scale. It
would not be long before servants apply
ing for situations wouk be obliged to
come to the headquarters of the Indies'
society for a recommendation without
which no desirable house in the city
would be open to them. Such state
ments as: "I lived at Mr. mention
ing a well known family two years and
t bey's right pleased with me" would be
investigated instead of, as now, often
taken on trust with such peace-destroy
The question is one, mainly, of thor
ough organization to include every per
son in the city of Ashcvillc who hires
house servants. Only a few meetings
would be necessary; but let each ladv
have, say, a dozen postal cards ad
dressed to the secretary on which should
be judicially and faithfully reported the
chief characteristics of every servant
wno quits tier employ. Ladies, let your
ister sufferers and Tub Citizkn hear
Tub force bill being disposed of, the
attention of democrats should be turned
toward the tariff bill. It is beginning to
wilt from the attacks of Senator Vance
and other democrats and the manly de
sertions of Senntor Dumb and other re
publicans, and cannot long preserve
intact the McKinley symmetry with
which it came from the house. August
It well nigh over, and what have the re
publicans done to be saved ?
Tub Raleigh News ami Observer savs:
"it has been develoied that one of Ral
eigh's beaux has got himself in a snap,
at least he was caught bv a snap camera
in the act of a farewell kiss to his best
girl at a watering place not far distant
l be UDserver seems to think this a
goodjolre; but The Citizen thinks that
while there may be appropriate times for
a young man to kiss "his best girl," there
is never it time when It is other than des
perately mean for some Kodac fiend to
take a picture of the scene.
A will be seen by an advertisement
elsewhere Tub Citizkn greatly desires
because the democracy does a copy of
this paper, printed about two rears ago,
containing the plan of primaries. If you
have it please forward to this office at
At the Fife meeting at Lincolnton
Thursday night there were 100 or more
-conversions, some of whom were distil
' krrs, who pledged themselves to renounce
the basaness forever. Key. J. B. McMaa
away, of Charlotte, conducted tbe after
noon service, and will hereafter travel
with Mr. File to assist him.
NATURALLY BRIGHT MEN.
It is reported that tbe new editor of
tbe North State is James W. Albright, a
nrnttow nf Cnnmufflis Brower. and
who holds a lucrative office under the
W. H. Thompson, editor the Caswell
News, recently took a prisoner to the
penitentiary from his county. "We
haven't heard," says the Durhnm Sun
"wnetner or not ms iinnuiicr -linquent
subscriber." He was probably
a man who had refused to advertise.
The Murphy Bulletin has a column
headed "Suarkling Wet Dew." Here's
the heat anarkle it had this week: "Ex
perience exacts exorbitant prices for
lessons given, but they are the most thor
ough, and consequently more lasting'
A thing like that is worth the full price
In Caswell county this year the ne
groes have control of the republican ma
jority, and intend to work it for their
own benefit. In consequence thereof,
some complications have arisen, which
give the democrats grounds for believing
that thev will carry the county. Here's
Not less than 850culorcd .voters hav
left Edgecombe county within the past
twelve months; even more probably,
but their places have been supplied by
colored people coming in from other
States and adjoining counties. The ne
gro majority in this county in Novem
Ikt will not exceed 700 or 800. A con
version of 400 of these to democracy
would mean the success of the entire
democratic ticket and the redemption of
dcur old Ivdgcconibe Tnruoro south
FROM NORTH CAROLINA
The family of Samuel Cohn, of Golds
boro, were poisoned by something they
ate at breakfast recently. None are in
Edward Hownid, son of Mr. Wash
Howard, of ftav Branch, Guilford county
accidentally shot hiinscll dead while
The Western North Carolina railroad
is locating a depot on the Winslow Da
vidson plantation six miles from Mur
phy. This will he the last station before
There will be a mass meeting at
Franklin on August 27th, for the pur
pose of lormulnting some pinn tor can
vassing the county on tne question
voting $100,000 railroad bonds.
Jack Lackey, of Jewell's Store, Stokes
county, killed himself Friday. It is said
that the domestic relations of Lackey and
his wile have not been very harmonious,
as his wife wns furiously jealous of him,
While Mrs. Dolly Harvey was driv
ing to (ircensliorci alone, her horse took
I'riirht und ran. The wagon wasovertunr
cd and Mrs. Harvey was dragged along
the ground lor some distance and severely
Everything hns been satisfactorily
arranged to carry on the Agricultural
Collcuc. Iiinimrv 1 nearly SMMHI from
the laud-scrip tuml will lie uvuilnble. The
trustees of the college will soon establish
nn industrial institution for the colored
rncc under the provisionsof the new Mor
rill bill, which gives $15,000 annually to
the two races lor this purpose.
The snd news reached us this morn
ing that Mr. Jno. B. Taylor, ofVundnlia,
(about three miles south of Greensboro I
had a stroke of paralysis while eating
his dinner yesterday. His left side is
completely paralyzed and he cannot
make himself understood. The attend
ing physician hns small hopes of his re
covery. (reciisboro ratnot, Mil
The Stnte Colored Farmers' Alliance
met at Raleigh in annual session. There
are nearly 6(H) colored sub-allinnces in
North Carolina. The negroes employ
white men to conduct their business and
pay them good salaries. The general
superintendent of the National Colored
Alliance is Humphreys, of Mississippi,
and the superintendent lor North Caroli
na is J. J. Rogers, of Apex, Wake county,
This nlluince is entirely separate and dir
tinct trom tne white alliance.
Auditor Sanderlin at Raleigh isexam
ining the application of disabled soldiers
and ol soldiers widows lor pensions.
Over 3.000 applications have come in
from the county boards of pensions, or
about a thousand less than the number
to whom pensions were paid last year.
After the auditor examines the applica
tions they will all be submitted to the
Stnte Board of Pensions, composed of the
Governor, Auditor, and Attorney-Gen
eral, and payments will be made early in
I'rom the New and Observer.
Now In North Carolina we have had no
railroad commission, and ret the charges by
the leading railroads arc not much different
from the very lowest rate fixed by the Geor
Prom tbe Richmond Time.
The present attitude of the republican
party toward the Pore bill I that of tbe
man who la treed by bis owa watch-oof.
Prom the New Bern Journal.
A a society for the promotion of agri
culture the Alliance I a great success; as a
political party It la a failure because It fall
to graap great questions of national policy.
Prom the Ooldsboro Argus.
The Argus approves most heartily of the
action of the Htau democratic convention In
rcgnrd to th Farmers' Alliance principles
which It adopted Into It platform.
n ii en hi in lariw miiiis uwotwt. nafiHcw.
of all In learning strength. U. a, rtoTcra
mat Report, August IT, 1S8B. hdygadly
UflttES, CARRIAGE., UCKMITNIN.
Ta th HtJecne of Asherftt and vMattv I
would announce that at mv shoo oaColtefl
tract, nut to Woodbury's (tables, I am net
tsr oreoared than mr to do work hs my Ha.
Wagon. Bugataa and Carriages maaafact.
urea, pairing ana ofne-eacMng
tlaltJea, and parfcet aatMaetJoa fw
liy work sua prlac) and at
j en arse ar moaaras. i
BOTUa a . sv. aivsutars sar.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST
Mrs. Dr. J. W. Wiseman died at her
borne at Farmington, Davie county, re
cently. . !
Deaths at Murphy: Mr. Thos. I.
Cooper, in hit 85th year; Miss Winnie
Mrs. Tane Ervta Harris, widow of Wil
liam Sbakspeare Hams, who died in
1870, aica suddenly at ner norac ucur
Poplar Tcntchurch.on Friday. Concord
Dr. I. W. Ewlng, the county' faithful
superintendent of public instruction.
nvvninMi ntu insir he nia iitiuic utrai i tnis
Saturday. Dr. Ewing was 68 years of
age. Troy Vldette.
News was received at Greensboro Fri
day of the sudden death of Mrs. Nereus
Mendenhall, at her residence at Guilford
College. She was sitting in her chair
talking to members of her family when
she suddenly fell to the floor dead.
Mrs. J. P. Matbeson hns returned from
Wntnnim ennntv where she had been at
tending her aged mother in her last sick
ness and death. Her mother was buried
on Saturday, while herhusband's mother
wns buried on Sunday. Taylorsville In
Mr. W. T. Watts, better known as
"Billy" Watts, died at his home two
miles south of Statesville recently aged
about 65 years. He was lor many years
a deputy under ex-siierta nnsson ana
the job of whipping convicted felons at
tbe whipping post in old timet wns gen
erally assigned to him.
Mie Buttered tor Twenty Yearn.
My wife has suffered for fifteen years
from congestion and painful menstrua
tion. After using three bottles of Band
field's Female Regulator she is now able
to do her bouse work and go where she
pleases. . W. Davis, Moravian Falls,
Write Bradfield Regulator Company,
Atlnnta, Ga., for particulars. By all
MtCKOHB Kll.I.liR t
the tnott wonderful mrfl
kino, la becauac It hai
never railed In anr m
stance, no matter what
the aeaae. from LKP-
RORV to the aimpleat
dlaraae known to menu
The actentiflc men of
to-dnjr claim and
prove that every di
Caused by Mlcroben,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER"
Ritermlnatr th Microbe and drive then
out of the system, and when that Is dnne
yon cannot have an acne or pass, no msi
ter what the diseaae, whether a simple rase
of Malaria Pever or a combination of ilis
eaars. we core them all at the same time, as
we treat all aiseaae consiunuo suiy.
Asthma, Consumption, Catanh, Itron
chitis, Rhcumutism, Kidney ami Lir
Discnxe, Chills ami Fever, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, nml.inliict,
every Disease known to the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
8ee that onr Trade-Mark (same nn above i
appears on each Jus;.
Send for book "History of the Microbe
Killer," liven away oj
J. S. GRANT, Pta. t..,
Bole Agent, Asbevllle, N. C.
norlTdlT nM as
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
. o. Bos 97t It Hendry Block,
A. H. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM.
Office Over J.
H. taw' Rtore, South Mala
" With K.s floe,
Pilling with allver or amalgam. ...50c. to7ftc.
" " fold.. tl.oo aad upward.
Met of teeth .,. ,. fe.OO.
Best set of teeth .......00.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room S and 6, McAlc Bonding,
Patton Avenue, AahtvUI. N. C
FUCTICI UkUTKD TO THB
Kjre, Ear, Throat and Nose.
M. Aa IfEWIiAND,
Attorney at Law,
If ABtlOK, m. c.
Will practice ta the 10th and 1 9th Judicial
District of North Carolina aad la the Su
preme Court aad th Pederal Court of the
western uisinct of norta t-arouna.
Tmso. P. Davidson, Taos. A. Jonas
Maiden. Jan. O. Minna, Ar critic.
JAVI1IBON, MABTIN JONBS,
Attorneys and Counsellor at Law,
AsheHlle. M. C.
Will brattice la th nth aad lath Judicial
Ulstrlct. and la th Bv pre roe court of North
Carolina, aad la th Pederal Court of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Refer to Baaa of Abvtite.
Arcnltssct atl Coa tract r.
Plans, epcciftcatlofi aad Mtlmatea fur
sis hed. All work la my Ha contracted for,
aad no charges for drawings oa contracts
Mefrrence when desired.
Office i No. It Hendrv Mock, North Court
aqnar, ajsnvw, at. w. annual
a. H. gggTSS, B.D.i, I H. K. ftatfTH, D.D.8.
Dra. atsjcrca) Jk Bmlth.
tag, war M
la Coaaaflr ansmnag, war Med wood's Mors,
Teeth estraeted without pain, with tbeaeu
anaatheths, aad all sans off Irregularity col
mated. , lahladl
P. BAM SAY, D. D. ,
ta Barnard MiaMg
Areuue aaat Mala Strait.
How is four Blood?
I bad s malignant breaking wit on my
leg below tbe koee, and wus cured smiiu'
and well with two and a half bottles ot ,
8. 8. 8. Other blond luedicluus hud fail
ed to do me say good.
Wax 0. Bbatt, Yorkvlllo, 8. C.
I was troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tottur, nud llirvo
bottles of 8. B. S. cured me permit
neatly. Wallace Mann,
ttannville, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Sklu Dijoasiv
Bwitt Sfccifio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
CLEAN SWEEP OF
During this mouth wo in
tend to clean out all Hummer
- We have got n hu ge stock
of Lawns, both plain, striped
and checked, which we will
close out at New York cost.
Ladies' fine Parasols e
have a few left that are-worth
a.50to 4.00. but we will
close them out at $2.00 each,
these arenieedesirablo good's
and are going tit n bargain.
We have a good line of La
dies' Fine Dress Goods and
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced price. A good
stock of Sateens and Ging
hams. It will pa v you to examine
our line of Table Linen Tow
A great reduction in every
line, us wo are going to make
a clean sweep of all summer
goods if close prices will do
BOSTIU BROS. & WRIGHT,
No. 11 N. Court Square.
W.AsUlaib. J.V. IwtowN.
No. 3 Pattou Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we aw offering a t rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 70, night G5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire stock of
Including; fin Brooches, Mutton aad P race-
1-3-0 HE-THIRO 0 F F 1-1-3
Regard leas of coet, aa we Intend (a the future
to keep nothing bnt Solid Oold anil
- tMerliog BUvcr Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
South Haiti Sts ' Ahellle,
Tbe World Paatoas, nnequsled, nneacelled,
durable and beautiful
ESTEY ORGAN ,
' Axr ' '
Ar recommended by tbe beat artists. Com
aad examine oar goods before buying else
where at No. IT Pattoa area. Tuning
aad repairing a specialty.
0. N. WILLIAM A CO.
Cnjiji u.h liciut... PtiRlm to Use.
FrletttlOO. UolabyalirmcgliU. Isntb
)Ua f)aSTaa &bbT lyrhn k IIGL
; VOX ALB IV , ,
' MVMM MRTrt, MHEVILLE, 10. '
I IllaltmH VvriM"y Wsiiiaa
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK 'WORKS,
Aahevlllc, N. C.
P. O. Boat
Una kla name aad srlc. atamaea aa saltans.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMIN.
Flaa Calf aad Laced Walrrnf Ural a.
Th .xcrllsnM and wearlnn qualities or msj snca
innnC ha hntfr .hnwrn UuttM the StTOM IM0r
menu of lu tboiisands ot constant wearer.
l nvaaln. Ilaad-arwsd. an lean and
atrlllh dress 8ho wnicb oomrosnds lueir.
I Hand-sewed Well. A Spe.paU abo.
..mmallarl fur Tvi mTA rlllPSlhl lit.
IQJO liaodrear Well I In
O Shiie, si a popular prlc.
Q. BO Pallcrmaa'. Hhae aT
O for railroad men. farmers,
All mule in Conxrtm. button and IsftM.
Ak Tour Driler. and If be cannot mpplr TOO MM
dlrvet to factor" nckilns advertl-! pnot or
TOBblaM. Beku ataaat
FOR BALU BV
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
Sl.ao PKR I1AV. $8 TO T I'BR WBUK
Nearest to Chimney Kock, Catawba
Hulls and Mitchell's Peak.
Julyl4tlUm 81'RAGUB & MOORB.
New house, newly furnished, all mo ten
improvements, large rooms, good table.
MRS. IK. C. GOODS,
33 College St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reema Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main AabcvUI. N. C
35 A8HKVILL1S 35
Money nilvnnctil on Wntehi, llmuiHlK
and varioua other article!.
3S ' wortn .Ha in Nlrcct 35
AitHvn.i,M, N. C, July MO, 1ttt0.
We th un lrmlunctl htir thin ilnvllitlvrd
coparincraliii liy mutiinl consent, I C.
tlruwn retiring nnd tiikimrthu tin atid itfumlr
Ins hualnnt In mum un-'tr torc, und Thad
W. Thrath tnklnjr the entire utoclt in at ore,
and will aniurne pnymrnt ol' nil delita dnc hy
the firm and will collect nil nceotint due said
Arm. J. I Hkown,
TllAD W. TllMABH.
The undimltmi-il hnve fornietl a eonartner-
thlp under the tirni nnic of Thnd V. Thraah
Ik Co. for the iH.nor o' dolnir a ireneral
true aery ami noune rntntMninicimvtneaa.
J M. TllNAlll.
The ttnd-rtrlifned will conduct a general tin
n.nt and plumhinK hunlneaa In b aw mcnt li
nil hranehc. All orders for work left la atom
will receive prompt attention.
J. C. Baowa.
A Wo entrance on College atreet.
PrmiiAmp JB00K TO WOMAN UXMaV
ttADFIUO REBUIAT0R CO. ATWtTABL
aep3a d Awls'
ABtOLUTCLY tAFI I
Burns In any Limp without rfsngsp
Exploding or taking fir. So that yo
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AaHKVILLB, N. C. , .
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations th very beat this rnona.
tain country saa affbrd. Tems reaaonable
as poaaftal to make them. Billiards, pool,
bowllnf alley, ball room, saasle, etc.
F. A. MILES. M. D.,
B. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'JJER.
Also traiHnB of all kind done. All order
promptly ailed and work guaranteed. Caa
bsmufldat all times at oranasvr Cottoa
auatedtf 1 ....
ftRLAT DKKBiR auHlHlMB Wld at WOoA
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern rat ela hotel. Hot and colli water and' hatha and tolleta on every rtoor.
u, .-1- 1..,,. 1.. vnnm n,iM lire In nilicc and irrntea In bed rooms. Omi. dlnlnv
room, lunch counter, cigar and news stand
trie street cars pass door ever; . 0 mim:Us.
jo minute for meal.
KATKN, fl.OO PER DAV.
A. G. HA?XYBURTON,Prop.
J. St. BRYAN and WAL'i KR UHEE1H, Clerka.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the "World
We deliver to all pnrts ol the city our own bottling Bxnort Uecr at
ONE DC5IeI.AU PER DOZEN.
Onr beer Is kept at n temncrntu.c of 0 .lev.'ces and we anarantee yon a fresh article at
ill times. THB TKAUB nUI'I'UUb FKO.U
. WINE.. AND LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE 8TATK.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOK.
J. . MARQf.'At.DT. t'r'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. R. C
FOR SALE BY-
Asheville. N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDINOaJB"THa ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
Plnlshnl throughout lu Antlnnc Oak. Parlor and Reception Hall finished In Uuurtcr
aawednak. Walls draped with Lincrustn-Walton.
For further Information call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
Dealeraln Wall Paper, Window fthadeitaiid Patent Hansjcrsi,
Paints, Oils and Vanishes, Manry'a Mixed faints aad
Preach and American
We keep In stock at. Loaiaaad Kentucky Lead.
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
A few desirable rooms with board. Ap
ply to C.J. McCAPB,
aagnsUdtr. 84 Orov street.
Lara cool, airy rooms, bona newly fur
nlhcn ; good table. Term reasonable, on
street car Ha. .
MRS. J. L. RMATHBRa,
ais Patton Ave.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALKM, li, C.
oldest Female college in the south.
Th aath Annnal Session begins August
3Hth, 1800. Register for last year 81S. Buc-
cial. ftalureai Iba DstslDBOisal of
alsalifc, Ctaaraotor asisl lntcllct.
Bulldlnim tbaroughly remodeled. Fully
equiiipcd Preparatory. Collegiate and Post
Oraduat Department, besides first class
schools la Maalej. LsinBSMCas) Com.
stwralal asMl Incluatrlal nvtadlca.
JOHN H. CLBWBLL, Principal.
TO 17QAK LIEH
ausnrls) eaBB kks aaases f yoatkfal wrontaarlf
jaws-, wsslla tuaknass. losi aaacaood. era.. I will
and a valuable trestles fasaladj mlalalna fall
Barttlar. for koas. earn, PRSmot ehara. A
islsanld sssSleal work l aboiildbs read by rsry
snaa waa aaiusa aao amuuuaa. aanrsan,
twmt, W.C IvrTLO, afawdaa, Casus,
a ovr! daw lv
& NEWS STAND
Ha reorlred a a line of Park Tllfbrd Im-
porUd Cigars also the popular brand of
prnf ejMwIhc tobaeo-i-Calhona, B. P. Orav
ky aHWt, atulf A A A A of fin cut chew,
lag tobaoto, . Olobs, Bagley's af ayflower,
Ckssspssks sad Concord. ''
and bar and billiard room ;;n flrat floor. Blec
Richmond and Danville railroad eating house,
Over for its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Colors. Window las, bolk
SEPTEMBER 3, A, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all th handsome and valuable property
that has liean offered la Asheville, none com!
parnble to the unbroken forest of dver On
Hundred Acre divided and subdivided Into
tlw moat beautllul lota aad tracts, lying
JTit? Boulevard of the City,
About one-third being within city limit and
th remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only on mile from Court Square (10 min
at drive) and oa the beat and moat popular
drir leading to th country. There I a lab
yrintb of avenues and streets bring built
through three ground under th mpervlsioa
of on of th finest engineers la th Month.
The lots and tract will rangi la sis from H
acre to 8 to 6 acre, the larger plats covering
some of th most beautiful and pltureiU
elevation to be found ha a day's Journey ,
Rend for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson. & Son,
ABHBVILLB, N. C.
Bdltor Ashe rill. Cltlnai -
That oar maay Meads may know how we
ar getting on w will state that we took la
la Hotel and atom .
9,000 In Vim Week.
Took la last Batnrday onr 8TOO. 875 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tered S8 that day. Had 6,000 arrival hi
8 month. Oar Vck Is mammoth 800 fast
lone and 18 feet wide. . Tall ta balanns of
th wi rld to some aad ae "Otd Chad" smllt,
aad bay goods of a aad savs 10 to as par
seat.. - ' - . .
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