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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1890.
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soring to throw or
t!o ucaviness i'.
circulation of III:
dues It 80 well, so
as Bwifl'i BjHicillo.
I hftTO wm ft. ft. B. for n number n(
vctira, and nmslilur it tlifl lxt lonii'ui
ilixnl remedy Unit. 1 mvr used. In ft'
1 would I"'- nlteinnl lo cnU-' upon
;;rln: or r eamer Ii (Ms cliinuto wit'
.lilt it. 11 V. Oni.KMAM,
Of Coleman Ft ri'iison & I'o..
1 mlo City, F .
Our Issik oii 1 '.!( I und Hkln Ilsei.'"i
Swirr Bpbcikio Co.. Atltintu, Oa.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
IP. O. Box as7i Hendry lllovfc.
.lul l llld.'lm
A. s. ;rahai7
iithce Over J. 11. Law'i Hlore, South Main
Willi K r,Ul'
.I'illhtK with silver or iimnlnin....oOe toTr.e.
" gold ,....$l Ml llltll lltWtlitl.
iSct ol teeth $il.uii.
Ileal act of twill $H.IH
No I icttcr miiflc. no matter whut y'U (my.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Knonia 5 ami (I, Me A lie ItiiildiiiK,
fit t ton Avenue, Asheville, N. C.
I' K AC TICK UMITKH To TIIK
ICyc, Kar, Tliroal hii1 None.
nit I il dtf
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lhwi
Will prnetler In the Hth nml llfth JudMul
Idntrict of North Cnrolinn and in tin Su
preme Court nnd the Federal Court of the
Western Hlatrlct of North Cnrolinn.
TllKO. P. DAVIDSON, TlMIH. A. JONHS
Kaleigh. J. tl- Mantin, AK-ville
JJAVIDSON. MARTIN &JONI.S.
Attorney and Counsellors nt I.nw,
Asheville. N. C. -Will
practice in the 11th and IL'th Jiidicl.il
litricta, und In the Supreme Court of Nor ill
Carolina, and in the Federal Courts ot (lie
Wen tern district of North Carolina.
Keler to Hank of Aaheville. dt I
Architect anil Coiir." ior .
Plans, sperlAcatlou ami eiiim-il-" i-i--nlKhid.
All work in my line eontr i (
.ind no charges for drnv. iti.;! m- .
K.tcrt-nccs when defiled
4Hmt: No. 12 lltndrv ItWI.. . -i
SjuiMf. Aaheville, N. t irt . n .
W. II. HKKVKH, D.H.K i II. K. L. I'. l
In. Reeves ik Sunt)..
In Conn nil y nuiiniiiK, utcr Kcdw I'- M n:
Teeth cstrnrtcd without pain, with th m-
anient he tie, and all earn ot lin uuiittn , etr.
RAMSAY, U. D.8.
In ItHrnnrri llulhlln nlriiiii'r. I'tilotit
Avriiur nml Main Hlm't.
v i; bor
BRADFIELO RCGULAT tO. AT. 'iTAGA
AC iOUUTELY 8AFri
PERFECTLY ODTRi ESSl
Biirnt In any Limp wllhout dingnr of
Exriodlng or taking Are. Sao thai ou
got lh genuine. For aalt by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHIIKVIM.lt, N. T.
The World Hnmoim, unequnled, u tie x eel led t
durable and beautiful
Arc rci'iinnncniliil try the Iw.t artist.. Cum.
pntl ciiMmlnc nur koixIi before Inlying i-Lc
wh.n nt No. 87 Pntton avenue. Tuning
anil repairing a .wcliilty.
0. M. WILLIAMS CO.
TO WEAK MEN
nAVtng from th. IAwM of irnithfnl arrnn, mil
4f,WMtlngwMliiMl, lo.lniftnbiMKl..lo.,l win
Wnda TlUbl tTMllM iHMlmll oonUl.iinR full
MrUmln (or bom. oura, F KtM of oh.ru. A
ipludld BIllOBl work l .houlil Iki road by Try
u ko la BMToue and dalillll.lod. Aililroaa
rrC V. (J. VOWIJCB, Hoodua, Conn.
n 1 ilXtu 1 1
K. H. BRU T,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Alio urs.Miig of nil klmla dune. All orilcrs
promptly Oiled iinil work gunriiuteeil (.'an
b found at nil tlmi'S at Uinlinm'e Cutton
UK VISITED MRS. GOULD.
AN AI.I.IANCF. CO!nK4PONr.
KMT IN SIl'RI'HV.
nleri'HtliiK Nol lv ni Iuti-lll-Kent
Mail Wlio U i'ruvclliiu In
Cherfkt!C County Ureal WeuHh
of WeHlt'ru North Carolina
When Will It be tint At 7
Kiiitok tiih Citixkn: Vour 1,-iinlness
to the order, which 1 am now represent
on,' the Alliance in thin purl of the
world, lias licen no uwnl, in puhlitdiitu;
my appoinliiKiitH, etc., that t cuuiiol re
Irain from llmiikinjj vim, anil at the baine
lime jrivc you un item or two lor your
pnnT. 1 left the "Hub," or, in other
vord,the city of Ashevillenn Wednesday
at U.-'S a, in. to fill appointments in the
wesl. To-morrow 1 hope to be able to
reach llayseville, Clay county, N. C
where I nm to hkhU to Ihc m'ii people
of said county, but the way the rain is
now falling it miKhl take a deep water
liaplisl to net thi-nnj;h the siiryiiiK wa
ters at lliasslown creek, vyhich I am
sorry lo know is between Ibis place and
where the line mutton, Irci, chicken, ele.,
are Iniinij prepaied for the picnic, on to
morrow. Hut a man like me, who loves
the Kood thiiins ol lile, will risk pretty
deep water lo nt near to the harlmcuc
pit, and when there with the nicuiltcrii of
the Alliance, you will hear nothing of
packed political convculioiis, etc., lor I
am saustied you nol only think, but
really know, thai we are only for eipml
lights to nil, spevial privileges lo none,
and have uolliin lo do with packing
In passing Turnpike, liflceu mile s from
Asheville, I could see from the car win
dow that the hotel al aid place was
lilled. My venerable friend "Smathcrs,"
'tis said, keeps a liral-i'lns house. All
the Stales South, 1 Icnrii, are represented
at his bouutilul table. On the mountain
1 had a liist-class dinner. 'Tift called
Italfani station. About 7 p. m. I reached
the present terminus ol the Murphy
lirnueh of the Western North Carolina
railroad, Andrews station, named, I pre
sume, after that prince of North Caro
lina railroad men Captain Andrews. I
was driven in a hack to Mr. Kichardsons,
one mile, where I remained all nielli;
was le.isleil on brook iroul. 1 met there
several North Carolinians and enjoyed n
rclrcshiiu; uicjil's sleep.
In passing from that place to Murphy,
to a lariuer what n least il was lo look
al the U'liuliliil Valley river I. inns etc.
Passing on the extreme end of the road,
say lour miles from this place, I jvievved
the lirst railroad culvert 1 ever saw built
entirely ol marble. In the short space of
one luuitli ol a mile, I saw partus nig
ging gold, talc, iron ore, etc. The iron
seemed to lie ol first class ouality. Then'
wire tons of it iininedialcly on the line of
the road, ready lor shipment, just ns
soon as tile iron horse Ins Gov. More
head ust'd to say, whose food is lire, and
whose breath is steam I reaches but a tew
hiinilrid voids lariher west
I could but think how foolish any vouug
man would net in leaving Western North
Carolina to go to any part of the world,
lo lielter Ins Mrlune. ror vears past, I
have iiilviM il lli:iiiv ll'lenils ltl.il Cherokee
eoimly had a greater combination of thc
wealth producing gills ol all nllwisvCotl, 1
than anv o,ir ir.tnm't:iine ituuiies, '
..ml 1 i.iy so ycl. Vim aie well :iv aie I
am biltcrlv opposed to nil monoHilies,
bin wi a iln territory King ,ol
oi i hi i 'i.. t.'.-ij. on. il; t I .iiut i udo. se;
. h -not make the poor ih.ni
ptiorei. 'lis ih" inoroi-oiy ,,i e:.ii ite
i,i:,i , i e: . l.e ..,.i man
Mnl tin' i i'h mail can enjov it to Ins,
hiait' : '. 'vii hoMt ni'i'iex or pi'-X',
Mc.'llt.' ... , to in., l.f.-j. s U o.e t Xleuillllg
This i ! ii g I .twin.! Murphy, and
was pii.iM'.i to sec the givat iiuprove
meiil in this l-eaiiliful village. Nowi-eils,
grass, or i ll III 'is a in the si litis, but all
pai ts oi i he i own sitiii lo have put on
I was bill one day late lo witness the
excitement attending the second arrest
ol Mrs. Lillian M. Could for the niunler
of lur husband nt this place sometime
since. r.iii is now in niii iiw.iuiiig mi
action of thegraud jury in UcioIkt. lie
ing a lit tie curious to i.now how a Ha
inan loiikcd, tin l woiihl pul a ilagger
in her husband's IhhIv, I intimated to
one of her counsel such desire, and in n
lew moments we v. crcal I he jail, nml
I was formally iulroduccd lo the
prisma i she seems lo lie about
thirty-liv.' iviiu m age; ha lucu in true
a In niililul' woman. She weighs about
one hundred nml twinty livc lo thirty
pounds: has a iKciili ir exlivmelv pale
coloml I'liiftyc; is alilomlc; has an ugly
loot nml large rough hands, terribly
siniiud wilh nicotine from cigarettes.
Slu hail one in her mouth, and handled
it wilh the dexterity of mi old smoker.
Ilcr conversational powers very plainlv
displayed the fact that her education
was not limited. She spoke of the death
of her husband wilh regret ami sorrow,
and was verv much annoyed at hercon
liucmeut in jail. She seemed childish in
describing I lie orders ol the jailer. She is
To mv mind Mrs. Could is just iiseranv
as was Ciiileau len ilnvs Is lore his exe
There is one moral in. tins affair: no
man has the right lo lical the wile helms
promised nml vowed to protect, ami
should he Is; brulish enough lo do so, he
ought to cxH-ct to be slaliUil, shot, or
killed in some way. Il he is not, be has
more luc-t than he is entitled to.
In every sense ol the word, Mra. Gould
is a complete w reck and entitled to pity
more than blame. The evidence even
though her mind u as well balanced make,
it n cusc of sell-delense. Ilcing without
inouev, friends or character makes her
condition pitiable lit the extreme.
I leave at six in the morning to leu
wdial 1 think has brought the fa rulers to
their present condition; how and by
whom it is to lie remedied; those who
pay eighty ht cent, of the taxes, owning
only '.wcnly-lwo sr cent, of the proji
erty, should have a lew more of the solid
comlorts ol lile, nml wc intend that they
shall. T. II. S.
Murphy, N. C, August 111.
ICarlh Lent AiihvIm, Jkc.
I'riini the Wllmin Mirror.
Like I'arthcmii she awoke to duty. She
is n lady of elegant refinement nml high
est social position und polish, nml yet
she was unwilling to fold her hnnds in
Idleness nml eat the bread ol dependence.
The conduct of such u woman is the glory
light of the world, for it keeps binning in
richest ctViilgcncc the matchless splendors
ol her regal work, nml reveals In nil it
iuiierial richness the unapproachable lus
tre of that (tod creeled throne of shikH
ority on which she reign so roynlly.
Ami Miss ia not mi exception,
There lire others who arc treading Ihc
same hard nml thorny path of noble du
tv, ami ycl find blooming along their wny
tin- bi'iititeotis flower of fragrant enjoy
ment. These are the crcal arcs who give splen
dor lo existence, nnd glory lo the nninc
of woman. They are no tinsel decked,
gaudy painted, Irivolity filled und soulless
butte'i (lies of women Cod' earth lent
angels with just enough sin In them to
make them hiiinnu, for Me but hid their
wings that man might bow down mid
worship icrleet women,
HILL A IIP ON I'tiNSlONS.
THK HOl'TM 1AVM 9.10,000,000
TO THK NtlHTH,
And It'at Mlifhly l.lltle or It Hhe
liver tielH Hiitk-XarllT-The Old
Know-NothliiK Iartv Arp Doe
not Want More M one v Fool the
A politician will ride any hobby to
catch votes. I don't believe that the
solitl people of the North, the business
men and taxpayers, favor this pension
plunder, but they can't stop it. These
annual meetings of the Grand Army of
the Republic may have n little patriot
ism, but are mitiulv for politics and plun
Icr, More than half the Grand Army
were foreign hirelings and substitutes
who lotight for the money and nothing
else, and these are the fellows who lire
drawing most of the pensions. They
were hospital rat nml camp followers
nml teataslcrs, and got sick easy, ami
have played sick ami disabled ever since.
Their uiiiilliers prove what it set they
were, nearly :t ,01 )(), X against 700,000,
and llicv have (iOll.llllO is.'iisiouers still
alike and kicking. Sain lone told them
up in Missouri Unit if our boys had have
Known now linn wc were wuippiug iiiem
thev would have fought on until now.
"You fellers," said lie, "arc drawing all
the iKiisions. nml that's right. Vou
fought lor inonev, and you ought to
have it. Mir boys fought for patriotism,
for love of their country, and they've got
Unit yet. Vou never conquered it out of
'cm, and you never will. So it' nil
right. livery soldier ought to have
what be (might tor.
That is very fine snrcnsin, but still I
am not happy as long as gome of that
Ih'iisioii money comes out of me. If the
war is over how many years must the
South oav mil $ MUHIO.OOO to Northern
soldiers nnd draw none for her own ? If
we could pick out the patriots who
really needed u iension wc wouldn't say
a word, but it's n Northern outrage lo
continue this business. It is an outrage
on the North lis well ns I Ik' South, nml if
the Alliance don't stop it, it won t lie
stopped. 1 he Alliance can no some Dig
things if they will.
The nation can't stand this extrava
gance. How can Ihc tariff lie reformed
anil reduced willi nil cinptv treasury?
Mr. Cleveland left it full, but it' empty
now. Where is the inonev to come from
to build warehouses and advance SO kt
cent, upon the produce? The average
farm (cnaiil buy $111(1 worth ol goods in
a year besides his meat nml bread. Of
that $1(111 he pavs $ Klin tariff to the
government nt Washington but does not
puy more than $" in tax to disown State
government. Judge Wright was once u
menilicr of congress nnd told nic in a
whisx r thul if the fanners of this coun
try knew how much tariff they paid on
their hats und shoe and clothing anil
axes und hoes and pin lis nnd knives and
forks nnd paK-r nml srns and lumps and
kitchen ware und every oilier wnrc they
would rise up to n man and shoulder
their muskets and swear by the eternal
they wouldn't stand il. He said il
wouldn't be safe to let the in know it.
AImiiiI thirty-live veins ngo, when the
know-nothing party was about to take
the country, the judge took me out be
hind the house nml advised mc, us n
friend, lo keep out of it, for il was con
trary lo Ihc principles of n free govern
mini to hnve n secret, oalli-lioiind pn
tiu.al orgauixation. I didn't take his
advice. I. ill like a young tool joined t hem,
and was sworn in one ilurk night in the
top loft of Chambers' mill house,
live miles from Iowa, anil never got
home till alter midnight, und told my
wile n story iibout pp-ssing business de
taining mc down town, but next morn
ing she got up before 1 did nnd found
Hour und cobwebs nil over my clothes,
nml I had to tell her the truth, nnd how
we wen- going to keep any more foreign
ers Irom liecoiuing citizens of our great
republic, nml our motto was that of
Washington, who, the night before a
great battle, (aid, "Cut none but Ameri
cans on guard to-night."
Hut Aleck Stephens and Judge Wright
took the lield against our party because
it was secret, and they gave us hail co
lumhin, and broke it up.
Hut it don't mutter about the secrecy
if the farmers will reform thing. Wc
want them to turn the rascals out of of
fice everywhere nnd Ingia a system of
economy in government.
The politician nre making u big fuss
about the government must expand the
circulation. Make money chenper by
making more of it sorter like wc did
during the war when it took $10 to buy
a bunch of yarn nnd $'.'o(l to buv n pair
of cotton curds. In January, lNlio, I
paid $3,000 for a little old measly cow
that gave about half n gallon of milk n
day; Jbut thai was enough for n
Hiiir little hull' starved, war-born baby,
whose mother's milk bad dried up from
anxiety wdiile running from the everlast
ing yu'ukcrs und dodging their hirelings
like ii sacred rabbit dodge the hounds.
They av we must liuve more money,
ami they make the K-oplc believe il will
lie divided out nmong them whetherthey
earn it or not nuothcrenseof forty nsfes
and n mule. Fool the coplc that' the
idea. They nre raising n big lussliecausc
the national banks nre not allowed to
lend money on farm mortgages nml I
Imiic they will have that law repealed lor
it is ol no coii-H(uencc. No bunk i fool
enough to lend money on n mortgugc.
Will Howard i n big bunker in our town
n private bunker nnd lie i not prohili
ilcd but I'll let $10 he hasn't got n mort
gage in hi vault, flank lend money on
business integrity with n good endorser
or a collateral that can be converted into
inonev in thirty days. It lakes eighteen
montlis to foreclose n farm mortgugc,
and if the fnrmcr die it take a year
There isn't n country upon enrtli where
the farmer is so surely rewarded for hi
industry as he is right here. They hnil a
I.!.. ,,,.. ntit.,1 i.nt nn it. I'itlf Ijitf Ifist
week, and just such n spread of good!
things ii the tiirmcr took there every
day wit never seen before. Such n
wealth of chicken nnd chicken pica, nml
roust pig, nnd mutton, nml kid, nml po
tntoea and pies and cakes nml ,i Hies and
pickle nml wine, and nil were home
raised and home-made. Will the good
Lord make us nil thankful for what we
have got und incline our heart to ipiit
grumbling. Hn.t. Am'.
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General and ieeiul comments.
The largest subscription list of any
secular pitier in the State.
The U'st advertising medium in the
A full staff of able editors nnd corres
pondents. The neatest, newsiest nml most enter
prising pii)cr in North Cnrolinn.
It efforts arc ulwny devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the rc
source of the State, inrtieularly the
Subscription, $0 per nnnum; $3 ix
mouth i SO cent per month.
Hhe Suffered for Twenty Yearn,
Mv wife has suffered for fifteen yenrB
Irom congestion and painlul menstrua
tinn. After using three bottles of lUail
field's Female Kegulntor she is now able
to do her house work nnd go where she
rdenscs. . W. Davis, Moravian I' alls,
Write Brad field Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Ua., for particulars. By all
The renmin RAI.AM'8
MICKOim KIM.lvK Ih
the numt wonnerlul inert
ieine, Ih lit'cmme it linn
never tuiutl In any tn
Mit nee, no matter what
the Mint' u ho. from Lit!
KOHY to the impk'Kt
umeuHe Known to menu
The Helen 1 1 fie men of
to-rtnv clam and
prove that every di4
Caused by Microbes,
iRADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
ItxterminatfH the Microbe and drive them
out of the HVHtein. and when that in done
vou cannot have nn nche or pnki. No mat
icr what the dineaiie, whether a Dimple eane
of Malaria Fever or a combination of din-
caacM, we cure them all at the name time, a
we treat all uiucutwa conHtttutioi any.
Asthmn, Consuniptinn, Cntnnh, Itnm
ciitis, Ktcumutisni, Kithtvy nml IJvvr
I 'iscisc, C mils i in I cvct, i-ciiui lc
Troubles in nil its Ihrtus, nml, in I'nct,
cvvrv Disvnsc known to the Intuitu
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
8cc that our Trade-Mark (name an above)
tip) ream tin each .iiiK-
Send for book "lllntory of the Mi en the
Killer," iflvcn away by
j. . ;rant, ph. ;.,
Hide A Rent. Aaheville. N. C.
novl7dlv tu Iri un
tiik mm house,
formerly Kngle Hotel.
REMODELED, REFURNISHED AND REFITTED
MRS. L,. J. BURNETT,
AntuitK the I lot tin of much needed improve
ment and one thnt Ih dctttincd to miecced and
tfnin popularity In the Hurnett lluuar, located
on Houth Main Ntrect, and under the cri-
eneeil mnniiccment of Mr. L. J. Ituruclt,
latterly proprietrot ol the Ceulrul Hotel,
at Hot H rintTH.
For n long time part thin hoiine had Ihtii
very Morly mniuiKt'd, nml In I act watt at a
very low rating, but under Its new nianaut
ment wc predict tor It n Mieccimfid career anil
larKC patronage. Thin hotttclry linn about
twenty jiucHl room, and wc cannot miy too
much In lia favor.
The proptietrcitH, Mra. Itiirnt-tt, In a lady of
pluck ami energy wliich ia amply attested In
her manner of tukiiiK hold of thin houe and
brinuinK It up to auch a atnmlnrd of excel
The ItnKlv Hotel wna in former dnya one
of the fini'Mt eon due ted hoteln In tliin aection.
ami enjoyed a moat flntterint eulom, but
from aotue euuac or other it fill Into bud
hnmla, and having frequently ehniiKcd man
iiKenicnt, we were aorry to note tnentnunnnt
eondilloii nf late years which lutil character
1 1 ud this once famous hotel.
Mr. Hoiicrl Johmiton, of thlit city, owuerof
Ihia n plea lid atructurc, ha uoiir lo much ex
Iteintc in the Improvement ol thi houoc. and
Il now atanda in comiH'tilinn with the popu
lar and well-appointed lintel of thin tiioun
tan rvaort. having lately been thorotiKhly
n-novated, cleaned, kalNiMuiui'd, and rel'ur
nlflud with flraclnt aivoutrt imnta, nnd nil
couvriilcnccM iieituwary for the ctmtbirt of
The hoiiNf lina twenty Huh! and well ven
tilated rooiiia, newly nudeleKantl arrattneil,
and ollera Hplendld altracllimit for both re.
lent and pleaaure seeker.
The rate of eh unit atipulated by thla lloa
telry ranKe from fl.flo ter day to $5 and $n
The table Is laden with aubotatitial ml del-
lentvediblea nnd i ver thtiifi flood the mar
kct a Hon I a. ,
The hoatiaa, Mra. Hurnett, iaalady ol iilVa
ble nml pleasant Iwarinu nml Is thoroughly
deaervinK "f a lare patrounKe.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. R00M1 )
llicn dally, eecit Munday., from 10 a. nt.
until l4. m nnd B until T P.
The term, of subscription am One year
fa; rl mn. I fltii mos ft 1 1 mo., duels.:
dally il cts.
nnteeni for t silo President, Charles W.
Wnnlsryi Vlcr-I'rrslilrnt, Thos. A, Jones ; Mrc.
snil Trcsnurrr, II. H.Watson Librarian, Miss
II, J. Hatch.
Cltliciis nml visitors arc conllnlly Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inserlli their
name. a. mrmlirrs Isnsndtf
Two aellvn white girls. Apiilv nt
Mllllltl. HI'UAM I.AIINHKV,
angillillw IT I'nttnn Avenue.
Cheap Kutca to Mil PollltM.
KAIt.KOAD TICKUT boiight, Bold anil
cichnnged. All trnnssi tlont guaranteed,
C. V. RAV,
tlpiioslU' Hwiiniionoa Hotel. aullt Utf
ANDREWS ! !
105 miles west of Asheville on the Murphy
branch of the Western North Carolina rail
rood, 10 mile, eust of Murphy, situated In
the heart of one of the most beautiful null
fertile vullvys on the fine of the enrtli. Kur-
roundtil liy high niountnins covered with
virgin loresls ol' lliiitiiiillicnt thnlier. The
town site anil ninny iidJolnluK acres hnvc
lately hceil proved, by extensive borings, lobe
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white and colored, of very line npiallty.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THE KISV
to the altmilinn. No other town near The
location Is all that could hedesired. Altitude
1K00 feet above the sea.
(Jreat marble ipiarriea, furniture factories,
extensive tanneries. &c., &c. Hummer and
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON WUllNUSIlAV, OCTOllliK TIIH 1ST,
THK OWNHK8 Wll.l. SHI. I.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
as many lots as the cip1c want, not exceed
ing loo choice business ami residence lots, to
the hiuheat bidder, nod on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
offering a mnKiO cut opportunity for every
body to make money, un a miiiiII or lare
sculc, nccuidiiiK li the number of lots pur
lin set I.
Secure property in this I '.emit Hit I 'nl-
ley while you cm. fccihuwl rutcs on
Railroad from Asltrvillt nml jirineifml
TI.RNS F 8AL.K I
line-filth en un, balance I, 'J. ;i ami .vcjiik,
;it six per i-enl. Interest.
For plats and all other Information ai'plv
Gwyn & WeHt,
Ahhcvlllc, N. C.
Wednesday, Oct. int.
iiii'J'J did. wt mn wr fri
PaLci STiAMtaa. Low Rati.
Pour Trips pr WMk H.iwn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Every Work Day ftatwetm
DETROII AND CLEVCLAN
S-wrul -nmI7 Tn ilMttHif Jun, July, Af mmI n4.
Doubli Iiiy Un ha' -vfn
chic ,:o AND r. JOSGPH, MICM.
0JR ItLUSTRArtn HAM?HL t
llil'i t.l Kidinl n Tlfk will bfti m.Ji 4
hv ycurTick ' Aurtit, or K!rt-t,i
C. 0. VHITCOMB. O. P. A., OlTtmif . I'n.,. .
Ootr it and Cleveland Itsnm N;,v. Co.
Home iteotite ncrce with The Hun's opinions
nt mil l men and thlnus. and some pcopl
don't ; but everyliody llkea to get hold of the
iicwapnicr which fa never dull and never
afraid to tenk its mind.
Ik-mocrat'. know inai ior xweniT years
The Hun has fmiuht In the front line for Item
oeratic oriuelnles. never wuvvrinu or weak
eninu In Its loyalty to the truelntereala of the
purty it acrvea wnn iciirieiw iiueiMKcne-- iimi
iiinieresirtl vigor, ai iimen irixnifinii nnvr
lolt-nd hh to the lies t nienna of ncconiiiliah
iuu the common purpose; it la not The
Sun's fault ir il lina seen further Into the mill
stone, Kilihteen hundred nnd ninety Is the year
that will probably determine the result of the
Presidential clc thin of IM1I2, nnd pcrhnpa
the fortunea or the Iiemnerney for thr real of
lite century. Victory in Imuu in a duly, nnd
the iH'KinninKof lHpn Is the Iwaltlme to start
out tn company witn 1 nr nun.
I tally, ht month o.Jio
lutllv. iter vt'itr (k.CkO
Huttdny, mr year , fl.o
1 uuiy ami minimy, er yrnr
Ditilv nml Hunday,HT mouth O.70
Weekly, one year I.00
Add re? mm THK MI'N, Nrw Vorh.
Hpartanbunr, H. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D., PRES.
Hoi HnKn lHni,
Wnflnrtl Litllrie itdrra to studrnta in the
four eidletfe clnssi-a two parallel coiiraea of
study, enrh Icndlnw 1" the drree of ltachelor
of Aria. In one of which Modern l.aiiKUHKes
arc aubatltuied for tlret k
IUH-nsea for the year can be met with One
Hundred and Fifty Imllnrs.
The next session lielm Ihe lat day of Oe
J A. 0AM ItWUlX, Sec. of Faculty.
WOFFFRD COUEgTfITTINQ SCHOOL,
The fourth Hesslon bealna Oetolwr 1 . 1 NPO,
llova nrctinrrd lor Coltcuv. KxtH'nses may
lie rovereil by ino a year. Huwrvlsion
careful anil eontant.
A.). K KM MitHT. A. m., iirnn Aiiiatcr.
auti'1 dMw inon wed fri
V Liquor Habit.
MMine mu iwarsmrrunoar
r HMifEs golden SFtnnc
Ilean Im at vn In enrfee, Irs, or In arltclssof Innd,
without Ih. knowlisliin nt isuh nl If nmmnry ;
II Ii absolutely harmless ami will srrsrl . psrma
nsa, ... sppniy niiw, wnrmrr ,r wirni ,w
ntiwliirAtntlrlitkpffnr sit Rlrohollr wrse
Kit PA 1 1. Imiwrnles aniiil.lly nd wilh Mirh
rrrlMlnty IhM th. mtlent Ulitlcraiirs no Inrou-
vnnisnc, .nu anon ins c.iuinrt Yi-inrniH,
(DTmUsJ. pas book Irm. To b. had ol
KAVHOK flt MM1TH, llruggl.t.,
A.hrvlllr. N. C,
an J.I ilN wly niun wc! fri
00 YOU WANT
I jottor IletidH,
BusincHH Cards ;
A 1 ji 111 plib't ,
Tlicn wild your order to
PHI XT ING CO.
No. (5 N. Court Square,
Ashovillo, N. C.
From a Ni'vHaiMr to u Vis
iliiif? Curd can lie execu
1cd in 11 workinaiilike
PRICES AS LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask tiny of tlie thousands
of their patrons in Aslievillc
and Western North Carolina
astotlieir manner of doinr
business. They nre
In North Carolina.
0 o oooooo
o o o o " o o o' o 6"
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Westera North Carolina Division.
I'ASSItNC.KK TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In Bppsct March S3)
7Slh Mcrldiaii time used when nut otherwise
I .V ICnnwill..
" New York,
1 2 2()im
I.T. New York,
1 1 24um
" Hichtnond, 1
1 2 411 um
No. ns I A.UH.K. K.
MOO nmji.v. Hot Kpringn,
II OU amIAr. Hrnilvrsiinville
H 41) p m
7oo p m
D07 p m
S4) p m
242 pm" Spartanhurg, I,v.
No."ia I (Daily ciccpt Bunday.')" No. IT
llryaon City, "
3BB p m
1 BB p m
04ft a m
tl 10 a m
2B4 pm "
Nos. SO and Bl. Pullman Slceoers between
Ireensboro and MorrlHtiiwn.
Nun. 02 fltltl B3 Pullniun lllitlrt Sleeping
Cam la-twcn Hot Hpringfi nnd WutOitngton.
AHnevuie is iireahtuHt mutton lor no. no.
" Dinner " " " fl.'l.
Hickory is " 02.
W. A. WINBI'RN, II. P A.,
Asheville. N. C.
IAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A.,
WUNltingtfMI II C.
jTLANTlC COAST L1NU
On and after this date the following ached
les will lie run over lis "Columbia liivinion."
No. B3 Leaves Columbia B.20 p. tn.
Arrives at Chiirleston U.30 p. m.
No. S3 Leaven Charleston 7.1o a. m.
Arrives ntColumbia 11. AB a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
ftoints on the Charlotte. Columbia Ar Aui
gustu and Columbia & Greenville Railroads.
T. M. KMKRS1IN, Gen. P.M. Agt.
I. P. nKVINI!. On Hunt
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning nt 7 a. m. Bnding lo.oo p. m
Car leaves Hiuurc for ull points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes therc-
Schedule curs connect nt Square.
Train car and baggage car meet cverv
train. One vnlUe allowed each patuicngcr.
Haggnge trniiHlerred from all K,inlK in the
lity for 20 cents.
TUB ASI1UVII.I.B STRBKT RV. CO.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO. MILWATKI-li Kt 8T. PAUL
AND NUKTI1HKN PACIFIC K, K'8.
Throiiuh Pullman Sleet titiir Car leaves Chi-
'nvo daily at r..lo p. m.
rtir im.. t'aui ami AiinneniHiii.
M FnrKo, North Imkota.
Helena and Mutte, Montana.
" The Vellowsttme I'ark.
Hpokane Palls and T actinia,
Portland, i irctfon
HHt Route lo Scuttle and all North Pniilic
The S.tnic line to California, via Portland
and the Shasta Koute.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For information atmlv to any Airent. or
address A. V, II. CAMrttNTKK, r.eneral I'm
wnuer AKent. Chicago, III., or U, C. Hhauv,
Hiuthern PnsaenKer Atrent, Iiulaville, Ky.
Chicago & Alton K.K.
FA8TBST ROUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aaheville to Knnsna City In 37 hour.
Ahevllle to Itcnvcr In Al bourn.
Afthrvillc to Han Frnncineo, California, and
Portland, Oregon, in ft dnvs.
Solid VeNtibuled Trains Ht. I.ouia tu Kail
tns Cilv. Keelinin chair cur tree.
For lull lulormuiiun call un ur write tu
B. A. Ncwland,
IHatrict PnaarnKer A Kent,
No. 10 Pntton Ave., Asheville, N.C.
J. CHARLTON, i;. p. A.. Chleatfo, III.
UMMlShlOM.H H SAI.lt.
North Carolina, I In the Superior Court
IbmcoiulH County, t laiurv the Clerk.
j. N. W. Kouera, el. al.
lohn Itmliler. et. al.
ny virtue oi tur auiuority comermi ummi
me iu a decree of the court rendered in the
above en Ht let I cuuc, the ititdertluntd com
minaioncr will sell at puidic outcry, on the
omit i "en, on Monday, the Inl day ol Septem
iter, IHiio.the followniK dtmrtbetl real etate,
first In bus and then as a whole
situute, lyiitit ami iN-inu in the County and
Suite aforetiud,iitljoimii the lamia ol Htrnm
Ituckner ami others, and more particularly
bounded nnd dccritird an follow:
Firit tract :lh'MtnnluK at a rock nt the
northwest end ol Itmkncr'a mill dam, his be
Uinnuitt corner and runa W ith hi biien ns hd
laws; North 4.1 earn loi ihiU-sIo a stukci
then north il? enrl iap. fr-., then north
ennt 4-i pole; then north h'j rant
Itolcs, then north 7MS ent 7 p-.lt; then
north 4H rant p.k; then north ;i:tcnnt
.1 (Mile; then north I I'-jcaM ihiIch; then
north ! cant I pole; tlteu stiuih Niyent
poles; then south KV1, enst 4 poles; then
Mouth ;t poles tti the top of a lare rmk on
the north bank oi the creek; thence down
with the bank ot said creek sotiihi,7 rnnt
poles to a slake on the bank of thesnid creek,
Hm kner'a corner. In the old Plentnionn' (now
KniKht'si line; thence with said line north II
cam H pole to a pine, M, J. FnuK'setirnrr:
inrntT nurin went w tin Knurra- ami
Went It Parhnut's line poles ton stnke In
the old New Found or Handy ,Muh road,
Wrstly Parhnut's south went eorntr; then
with Mild old rtmd noutb iio east Id lades to
a black oak bush; thence with the said old
road south 'Jo west I 7 (tolcs tu a slake In Ihe
old road, tied Kymcr's corner; thence with
Nvmersllne west ;u poira to a stake, mv
titer's comer; theniT wlthhia other line smith
J east itA poles to a stake in the line ur li. K,
Fustrr'a bond; thence north, with Kvmer'a
line. N7 went ftU Milea tu a atakc In aaid line,
II, K, Foatrr'a corner; thru with Fouler 'a
line south .'IN poles tu a double white oak
(now uonelln a hollow; then with 1'ustcr'a
other line east 44 poles to a w hite oak un the
bank of the New Found ruad, Foster's cor
ner; then with snid road south Ul west lO
poles; then aouth Hi polca tu a red onk, Fus
ter'a corner, In the old Frlsla-e line; then with
said line aouth 7 enst dd poles to a hickory.
rrisuee a corner; tnenee wun ma oiner line
south 3 west Id jmlcs to a stake nnd rock on
bank of a drain, Hludcr's corner; thence with
Hludcr'a line south H7cnst 7.1 poles to a black
onk, Ituckner'a corner; thence with Hmkner'a
line north 11 west, croatuntf the point of a
rlilKr, Mil fadea ton stnke near the aprinici
men witn itueanrr a uinrr one ao eni l
iHilea; thence north HI west A poles; thence
north ao east, crosalnic Kmhlcr'a aptin
nrnncn, n miea to tne ucKinnutg, containing
Heeonil tract i neirinnitta on a while oak
In Hludcr'a line, Hiram Hm kner'a corner and
runs with the Iluckuer line nurth lift weat 11
polea; thence north 70 weat N polca; thence
mirth Ail weat 11 pole to a Inrire rock. Ituck
ner'a corner: thrnce north lid east. crosahtK
tne nrnncn, 7 poies tu a itiaea una, nuckner a
and corner of the first track ; thence with the
line or Aral trnek north H7 weat IA poles tn a
stnke, Winder's corner; thence with Hltidrr'a
line south Ht4 west to a post onk nnd stake,
Hludcr'a corner; thence with Hluder'a other
line aouth H7 ennt 37 poles, rroHslttR the
creek, to a stnke itrnr the Levi Hinder smoke
house) thence north a east, ernsslnH the
creek, UA polca tu the iKKlnutng, containing
M nen a.
Terms t Twenty per cent, nf the purchase
money In cash nn day of sale, halancr In
eipial Installments In rt, t'J nnd IN months.
Notes for deferred payments to lie endorsed
by good personal security, and tn bear luter
est at the rate of (1 percent, per annum.
For further particulars enouirt of Ihe nn
dcrslgned ur of Moore at Merrick, Attorneya,
Asnevuie, .-., wnrrv piat m lanus can it
Thla July 80,
H. B. jimncti,