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THE DAILY t CITIZEN.
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MONDAY. StiPTEMMvK 1. 1800.
I'or Chief Justice of the Supreme Court:
HON. A 8. MliNKIMON.
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court:
hon. wai.ti:k CI.AKK.
pok si'I'khioh coi'KTjrni'.K:
1st district lino II. IKciv,.ir.,of Hi nulort,
2d distiict Hk.nmv K. IIKVAX, of Crnvcll.
4th district SriKK Wimtakkk. of Wukc.
nth district K. V, Winston, of C.ruiivillc.
th district K. T IIovkin. of Sampson.
7th district Jam lis II. MclVKK, of Moore.
Hth district K I-'. Akmimki.ii, of Ircilcll.
tilth district Jso. Okav ItVNI'Vl, of Iturkc.
11th district VV. A. IIokk, of Lincoln.
Hon solicitor :
1st district J II. lU.oi'XT, of rcripiimuns.
ad district . M. r.KlzZAHli, of Halifax
:td district J no. H. VVoodurd. of Wilson.
4th district H. W I'or, .jr, of Johnston,
nth district li. S. I'akkkh, ot Aluinnncc.
Hth district o. II. Al.l.HN, of l.cnolr.
7th district Fmask McNkii.i.. of Richmond
Hth district It. I'. I.ono, of imlrll.
Uth district W. W. ItAKiiHK, of Wilkes.
10th district W. C. Nh I. ami, of Caldwell
11th district I'. l.tlsiioHNK of Mccklcnhurii
lath district t'.Ko. A. Jonks, of Mucou,
1st district V. A. II. Hkim.ii. of llcmdort
Hd distri t It P t'.WAl.v, if hiiplill.
4th district II. II. IIIAN. of Nash,
nth district A. II A. Williams, ot Crunvillc.
Uth district S. it. Ai.kxamikm, of Mccklcu.
7th district T S. 1 1 itNliHMSoN, of Rowan.
Hth district W. II. II. Coh i.ls. of Wilkes,
tith district W. T Ckawi'ohii, of Haywood.
The Weatern North Carolina Fair.
Where is the Western North Carolina
fair to be hcltl this year ?
Tlmt is n question easy tt answer. It
will not Ijc hcltl iiuywlierc.
Where is the Western North Carolina
fair to lie lirlil next year?
It will lie held in Ashcvillc if Tun Cm
ikn knows the koiIc of tliisnml the four
teen or fifteen surrouiiiliii),' counties.
Why will it lie held?
Been tine it fair of the riht kind is a
positive lieut'lit to every htsoii who ex-
hiliita in it, to every ktsoii that visits it
nntl to those who project it and carry it
to a successful conclusion.
Here arc the elements that promise suc
cess to such an uiulcrtakinu : I'irHt, Ashe-
ville itself which lies easilv accessible to
all Western North Carolina. It isagrow
iihiiui town; a town of enterprise'
nndsiiirit; of wealllwtnd lieauty ; a town
Inst ImotniiiR famous the country over
ami which is looked to to take the lend, to
set the pace, of all this part ol the State
Ashcvillc itsclt is an attraction: mid ti
first-rate fair and you make an irnsisti
lilc drawing card.
Second, there is the fact that there is no
fair any when-, near here.
Third, the country round ,'iIhmii, rich in
agricultural products, timlsT, minerals
and a prosHi'ous, wide-awake Kople.
They need to meet and lH.viitiicnciU.'iiulcil;
to learn the hest that's licinK done in all
the arts, in science, in iiinmilacluriiu;, in
Fourth, the fact that scores of capital'
ists want to know whatisinthccouiitry,
what it is capitlile ofdoiiiK and of heii,
done with. They want this information
concentrated; they do not want to run
over hundreds of square miles to hunt it
These area few of the reasons why n
fair here would lie a success. What would
he the Iwnelil ? Well it would be :i help
to Ashcvillc that could liecalciilalcdinun
actual increase of receipts to almost cv
erv industry in the city. There would be
the direct benefit to hotels and hoarding
houses, to merchants of all kinds and
grades, to exhibitors by their sales, to
visitors generally by the entertainment
given cnlurinu their ideas, shiiriciiinu.
their wits and delighting the senses.
lutein or sixteen counties without a
fair! Why the statement of the bald fact
ought to be enough. Fifteen or sixteen
counties well populated and teeming with
the products of the human brain and
hands and no place w'hercintoshow what
they have done !
There arc twenty-seven organized fairs
in North Carolina nnd not one ol them
anywhere near Ashcvillc, the most licuu
tiftil, the thriftiest, the most enterprising
city in the State.
Men of ItiincontlK, I'olk, Rutherford
McDowell, Yancey, Mitchell, Madison,
Henderson, Transylvania, Haywood,
Swain, Jackson, Macon, Graham, Chero
kee nnd Clnv wake up! wake up!
Tint ClTirKN has brought this matter
liefore the people now Invause anw is the
time to begin. A company should be
formed nt once, capital in plenty sub
scribed nnd the fact that Western North
Carolina is to have a fair a year from
next October made known to every man,
woman nnd child in the State. There
should be n reprcsciitnlive of our fair lit
every fair that will I held nny where in
the Stnte this year to distri'iutendvertis
ing mutter descriptive of what Western
North Carolina will do,
(icntlemcn of money, enterprise nnd
brain, here it a vacuum hungering to be
filled. Come to the front I
Til K nir nntl scenery of Ashcvillc it is
well known ore conducive to cool heads
nntl healthy tligcstion, Hut let a citizen
of this no mean city get into the lower
altitudes and his brain clouds, his sys
tem clogs up, his whole lien ring changes.
If under these circumstances, and the
added excitement of the turmtiit of a re
pubjicanconvention, he gctsan to his feet
the result is likely to make Fire Alarm
Fornkcr turn green with envy.
CoL.T. W. NoNWOon.of Georgia, some
thing of a candidate for the United States
Bentatc, says of the Alliance upheaval:
"I consider the movement set on foot
by the Alliance as the grandest since the
declaration of indepentlenee, or the de
struction of the Hostile and the over
throw of the Bourbon dynasty. This
movement is a second declaration of in
dependence, and of equal importance with
the first. The first was a protest againtt
paying a tax of a few pence on tea. The
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890.
second is resistance to the illegal tax of
hundreds ot millions a year, i ne nint
was resistance against paying an unntst
tribute to a king. The second is against
paying unjust bounties to a rotten, mon
eyed aristocracy. The first was against
those who ruled uv divine right, ine
second n gainst those who rule by mon
Col. Norwood says of the proposed
sub-treasury bill thnt it desires trial nnd,
if unconstitutional, the constitution
should be amended. Gov. Gordon has
declared unqualifiedly against this same
bill. Now let us sec which are the more
numerous in Georgia, sub-treasury or
Tint plan of suffrage agreed upon by
the committee on election franchise of
the Mississippi constitutional convention
cniliruccsu modification of the Australian
ballot system known as the Onrlch law.
There must be a residence of two years
in the Slate and one in the voting pre
cinct, the prepayment of a poll tax ol $1!
and iiialiticd woman suffrage based upon
the possession by her husband, il mar
ried, of real property to the value of
$110(1. The proierty qualification lor
men hits been abandoned and an edu ra
tional itialilication limited to the ability
ol the voter to understand the constitu
tion when read to him is substituted.
Mississippi has the sympathy of all the
South in her attempt to restrain the ig
norant vote, but at this distance the
plan proposed seems too complicated to
accomplish the best results. It would
lcar that the fairly intelligent white
vote will suffer.
Tun Citizkn regrets to sec that the
Farmer and Mechanic, the republican
i:ticr of this city, has already fallen into
wavs not consistent with perfect accu
racy. Its account of the democratic con
vention that nominated Mr. Crawford
contains misrepresentations that no
iicwspaKT man who has aproier respect
for his profession would think of commit
ting to tyie. In another column the
Fanner nnd Mechanic has this:
"Northern capitalists will invest money
ia a district which gives n white republi
can majority. Thev have no conlidcncc
in Southern bourbon democracy."
Northern capital has flowed into many
parts of the South where not enough
white republicans can be found to make
a corHiral s guard. tinly ignorance
can excuse such a statement as the re
publican organ makes.
Ix every democratic convention during
t!ie last tew weeks the mention of Cleve
land's name has been in each case a
lighted match to powder. The nameol
no other democrat is greeted with any
thing like such sHintnncous applause.
And then there is Illainc waking there
publican echoes, not with force bill rnv
i.igs, but w it1' lice trade reciprocity. Will
it lie Cleveland and Illainc again ?
; i..ri:sr xi:s
I ROM XiiKril CAKOUSA
Senator Vance will Is.' at the Cabnr
i us Fair llctolier I'd.
There is a town is this Stnte named
Short l Ml. Whose to lilaine for it?
An Agricultural, Industrial and Live
Stock Fair will lie held at Maxton Oct.
JO, U 1 and TJ.
Arrnngcmei.ts are I K ing made to se
cure the presence of n large number of
good sH'akcrs at the next State hair.
It is floating around in the nir, says
the Kaleigh News and Observer, thiit
there is going to be a big fair this year.
The I'luiMiix oil well at Greensboro
hits caved in. and work has been aban
doned until the sieciinens taken from it
have been analyzed.
There are no less than twenty-seven
annual fairs held in the State regularly,
all under the ntispices of permanent or
ganizations. Thev are gient educators.
Prof. IS. A. Johnston, o( the Washing
ton grader) school, colored, ot Kaleigh, is
now arranging to issue a school history
or text book of the negro nice for use in
Capitalists representing Durham,
Hamlet nnd Chatham, were at Maxton
Inst week, negotiating for the purchnsr
of uhout one-fourth of Maxton, some 40
acres ol laud.
The long since defunct Nntional Ex
press Company won its suit auninst a
stockholder, II. H. Orr, in the supreme
court nt v. nariotte. i ne amount sued
I'or was $"iii,0i)0, but the jury onlv gave
S.',.i(). Air. tirr took an npnenl.
The equipmcntsof Messrs. Mreen, Fee
ly and Cewliv, large railroad contractors
i in the Konnoke nnd Southern, will he
sold to pay the laborers who were beaten
out of their wages by the skipping of W.
A. Stiles, n sub-contractor under thisfirm.
who took away several thousand dol
II. Kirbv Smith nnd two lawyers nre
nt ChaH'l Hill taking depositions in Mr.
Kirhy's $10,(HM) suit for defamation ol
character, if having been arrested nlxiut
two years ago under the charge of paint
ing red the monument of Key. Joseph
Caldwell, the first president of the Uni
versity. The Inst sale certainly brought new
life to the jicoplc of Waynesville. They
rejoice to know that Moody fc Lee have
done so well. If we have the figures
right thev bought the entire trnctof land
lor,oiM mid sold it for $1 'J. -Mil, 5(1
mnking n clear profit, everything told,
W. C. I. Canton will start a govern
ment distillery in No. 5 township at mi
cnrlv day. The iienple nre greatly oiv
posed to having a distillery located in
their ncighlHirhnod, and have held pray-
tr meetings and prayed thnt Providence
in ins own way nnd time might cnuse it
to never be put in (rration. Concord
The Wilmington papers tell of an
ancient shin whose hull has been discov
ered under the lied of the river near Wil
mington, and which wns put together
with wooden (tegs tnstran of metal. Col.
Khett hnd the last tight with the pirates
undrr Steed llonnct nlxjve Wilmington
in 171U. iney nntl two vessels, one of
which wns sunk above Wilmington, per
hnps both: and this may have been one
of those piratical crafts. News and Ob
server. Robbery of registered letters at Biles-
ville, Stanley county, line been going on
lor twelve months. More than fifty let
ters have been lost. Recently two de
tective of the mail service sent out reg
isteiitt letters from a neighboring village,
with marked bill enclosed. The mail re
mained in Hilesville over night, and when
it arrived in Gold Hilt the letters were
missed. The detectives found the letters
in the possession of Mrs. Mary Boyd,
the postmistree. Mrs. Boyd was taken
to Salisbury to await trial.
DltOR MED TH K NATION.
ttranlt of Mpenker Reed's
The scene In the house of Inst Wed
nesday is thus described:
Mr. McAdoo, of New Jersey Idem.),
criticized Mr. John Cannon (rep.) severe
ly for a resolution, Mr. Cannon retorted
in vile language language which no de
cent pnper would print. Indeed, it wns
so dirty that men blushed with shame
nnd women fled from the galleries. Mr.
Knloe asked that the language be taken
down in order that Mr. Cannon might
be censured. Mr. Keetl unjustly ruled
him out ol order. Mr. liuloe npH'idcd
and the roll call was ordered.
At this moment Mr. Mason, an Illinois
republican, who had lu-en leading the
fight against the lurd lull, rushed down
the uislc to Mr. Cannon a id said, sotto
voce, that his I Mason's) family was in
the gallery, and none but u dirty tramp
would nuve used sucn language, nir.
Mason was itching for a light, and, Mr.
Cannon tearing him, retired without a
word in reply.
Mr. Wilson, of Washington, republi
can, turned to Mr. Musui und tolii him
he should not use such language.
"Yes he should," said Mr. Hcckwith, of
New Jersey, another republican, "Cannon
is nothing but a lying tramp. He put
my name on his black list and I was
"If you were, it wus the first time you
have been in your place," retorted Mr.
"You arc a liar," blurted out Mr.
"You are another," cried Mr. Wilson.
"You're a lying Washington "
yelled Mr. Hcckwith.
With this Mr. Wilson hit out from the
shoulder nnd landed n blow on Mr. Heck
with's breast. Mr. Lchllmch tried to
part them, Mr. Williams, nt Ohio, rushed
down the aisle and caught Mr. Hcckwith
by the collar, when Mr. Hcckwith let in
to him. Mr. Williams threw up his hands
and cried, "stop, 1 nm only a K'.icc
linker." The house continued in an uproar for
ALI, WKItt-: KtCPMII.IVAMH.
A KlKbleouH Demand That Thin
Cannon be Fired.
Prnm the New York 8uo.
The nnspenknblc loafer who represents
the Fifteenth district of Illinois in the
house of representative of the Fifty-first
congress ought to lie scut home to his
c Mistiuu ins saturated with carbolic acid
or sonic other mwerful disinlcctnnt.
All the other incidents of the turbulent
and disgraceful section ol Wednesday a
pcar rcsKvtnlilc incomp.irison with Can
lion's gross ofleucc It was a day to dis
gust a cynic. Fpithrts lil:e "tramp" and
"stable jockey" nnd "blackguard" and
"liar" pusscd freely on the floor, mid in
the case of nt least one iiiciiiIht liesidcs
Cannon the passion of I In- moment is
said to have found expression in filthy
nnme calling. A blow w s struck, fist's
were for a few seconds flting wildly
through space, there was a ting ami a
wrangle of excited memlKTs. Hut in all
this record ol scandalous niisliehavior.
indeed, we liclicvv in all the previous his
tory of American legislation, there is
nothing else quite so bestial and lint- t -getnhlc
ns the Hon. Joseph (1. Caniioi. s
exHisurr of his iiiikt vileucss.
Censure at the bar of the house w ill
not an-wcr. What the house needs is
disinfect on. S-n I buck to picnic hie
the author ol the sHtvl : hai will never
!h-rep .rtc.l in nnv typi jusl ns it wns
delivcied. Send back to the Fil'l'cnlh
distric1 of Illinois the in ll wi'h t li-- dirty
Cnpt. h. J. I'cnnypackcr, collect' r of
customs at Wilmington, die ' sinhlcnU ol
heart disease Friday.
Mrs Fannie St ubbs, Ihe aged tuottiei
of li. W. Stubbs, nt lltilV.il Paper ''.ill,
near Sncdiy, is dead, at the age i f 77
News has been received here ol the
denth of Mrs. Hannah, mother of Mr.
Pink Hannah, a lorniei resident of Win
ston, which occurred at her home in
Thomasville from a stroke of paralysis.
An KxpnuiMler of Democratic
Prom the Wayn'Svtlle Courirr.
The nomination of the Hon W T. Craw
ford 1 afust tribute to the mini and to the
Western section of the Ninlh district Two
year nitn, as democratic elector, he achieve
a great reputation as an nhlr and fearless
cxtioundcr of democratic principles, nnd won
the hearts of the masse by his rinicinic elo
uenec. Mr. Crnwfonl hn nlwat been n
hard student of Krrat economic question
About the stUe of It.
Prom the Charleston New.
It I conceded on all hand, we lielleve, anil
t claimed by "the men who saved the
t'nlon " themsrlvea, that they are the sickll-
rat, nsoundet and most helplcs body of
men that this or aay other country ha ever
ern: according to their own sworn tate-
ment filed In the ne naion office, nearly every
one of them I o dlahlrd by disease a to be
tneapahle of making a living.
The Key atone of Liberty.
Prom the Wilmington Messenger.
The right to print the freedom of Ihe
press. I the keystone in the nreh of lltierty,
n well as the foundation principle of a demo.
erntle. free, constitutional government of the
people and by the people nnd for the iieople.
Jastt as) Well.
"You are not the young lady to whom
I gnve lessons," snid the piano teacher.
"No. The young lady to whom you give
lessons is sick and she has sent me to
prnetice for her." Boston Courirr.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
oi an in leavening ircrengin. u. B. t.ovcni'
ment Deport, August 17, 1HB0. Inlyaudly
nl-hetf i i
Large cool, airy room, houst newly fnr-
gooo taoit. icrm rcasonaiuc. un
treat ear Una.
MRS. . L, RMATHBRB,
JulriadUm SIS Patton Ave.
Erjfr.iati nd French""""""
B0ARDIK9 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR VOUMO UtlEI MM UTTLf OMU,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
fit. MftQWYN AITLAND, PflfNCIPAL
(For many rears Associate Principal of Mt.
Vrana fastitata. Dalrlmof.!
Assisted by a corps of eomawatent teacher.
CLEAN SWEEP OF THE
During this month w in
tone! to clean out all summer
WohnveKot a large stork
of Lawns, both nlain.Btriped
and checked, which we will
flown out nt New York cost.
Ladies' fine ParasolM We
have a few left that are worth
Hfr-Vno to $4.00, but we will
clowi them out at $2.00 each,
tlieHe aronioedesirablc goods
and nre going at a bargain.
We have a good line of La
dies' Fine Dress (Joods nnd
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced price. A good
stock of Sateens and (Sing
liatns. It wil nnv von to examine
our line of Table Linen Tow
A great reduction in every
line, as we are going to make
a clean sweep of all summer
goods if close prices will do
DOSTIC DUOS. & WKHMIT.
No. 11 N. Tourt Square.
W.A.Kuaik. J.V. IlllOWN,
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'ftFEEBLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
ite our friends ami the pub
lic generally to call and ex-
amine our well seieeieti slock
II I J 1 A . -
Which we nre offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
.1 special feature, ('alls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night (iii.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The mire rttuck itl
Including line Itronehe. Hultoni and Orace
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Megardlea of cost, aa we intend is the future
to keep nothing but Solid Gold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
i nnmc icwntn
Month Main St. Aabevlllc.
SEPTEMBER 3. 4, S & 6, IB90.
Of nil the handnomc nnd vnlunl.le profirrty
that hni Iwrn offcrrtl In Athcvlltc, none com
parable to thr n broken foreit of over One
llunrlrrd Aerra illvldrd and aaltdlvldert Into
the moat beau til ul lota and tracta. lying
Tim lUmlovnrd of tho City,
About one-third lieing within city limit, anil
the remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only one mile from Court Square (10 mis
nte drive) and on the best and most popular
drive leading to the country. There I a lair
yrinth of avenuea and street, bring built
through thrac gronnd under the supervision
of on of the finest engineer. In the South
The lot. and tracta will range In .lie from Vi
acre toS to S acres, the larger plata covering
some of the most beautiful and picturesque
elevation to be found la a day's Journey.
Send for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son.
ASHBVILLn, N. C.
Bdltor Aahcvllle Cltiaeai
t That oar maay (Heads may know how wr
an getting oa we will state that we took In
In Hotel and Store
9,000 In "Five vVccki,
Took la last Saturday over $700. 76 ol
that wa hotel, balance atom. Hotel regis
tered 3d that day. Had 6,000 arrivals In
S month. Oar stock Is mammoth BOO feet
long and 1 Sleet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to com and set "Old Chad" .milt,
and bay good of as and say 10 to SS per
aovlS dtf . B. CHBDBSTBH at BON.
New house, newly furnished, nil mo lern
improvement, large rooi'H. good tulile.
MRS. M. C. KOODE,
53 College Ht.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Keems Creek Wn.den Mills.
North Mln Ashevllle, N. C.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
HAI.I!M, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE 80UTH.
The H!th Annual Sesslnn lieglns August
'JNth. IHtMl, Hegister I'or lust yenr .110. Spe
cial fcuturc:-lh' nevelopmenl of
Health, fliarai-lcr nnd Intellect.
HulldliiK tlmrmighly remodeled. fully
eillied I'reimriitnry. Colleglnte nml Cost
(Irndiiiite linrlinents, lieslde tirst elnss
schools In MtiHle, l.niiKUiiKeH, Com
mercial and IncluHlrlal Mtudlen.
JOHN H. l.liWIXI., I'rinefpnl.
Is hereby given thnt th.it Inr e nnd vnlun
nl le trn.t""!' land known;. the River II nd
I'nrin. Ivliu: iilimit lour and one half miles
friim As'h.'vllle. nil the I'lelb ll llrond Hlver.
nilMiiing 'he Innds -.f Mr I nek. (formerly
the Tennnnt r ntler llnll trmtl nnd tin
nmr estnie of M . t'.eorg Vnmler' ilt, II
'., ill vt ed Into small traets nnd sold nt inli
lle nuetlim iiluuit the lirst "' "em trnext.
As sun" n thi sure.v has mu eiimpleted.
blue print, ol' thr s.mc e n be h 1 by apply
l.iK n' Ihe olliee ol' luivblaon, MnrtlnA: Jones
7 LeKiil HI ek, where terms and pnrtieiilnr.
fsnle will ih- niil'ie Known
Mo laud in th'srounty oll'e'S grentrrnt trac
tion l- imrehasrrs. It oeeinivinn the coll ves
eiirveofth'- Pr. mil llr'-nda- 't.wwps around
Ihe titra- berry Hill near tne liuiiKalow, iinu
nlu n in; h ' .va ev nnd le' el 'nil'l. .irenms
f .rests nnd glens in nri'ty ulli, lent to nt-
il v nil tnsi. s.
There nre about 2XO nere In this splendid
tract of bind, nnd the lots will lie art apart
in u manner hest enleuluted to ntlord the nn-
st huildmg. Inrin nny hotel slbs.
Knrlhi-r nnrt u-ubirs will lie given to the
publje ns o-.n a the mnps nre ready for dls-
WM. R, PENNIMAN,
IHE ASHEYILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aubcvllle, N. C.
P. O. BO P.
n a rnatAU ' w V.
vAUllUH warranteil, aad. every Bate
flaaglaa kas nra
aa kla aaair aa artce ataasped aa Dallas
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMCN.
FU Calf mmi Lc4 WMenrttf Orala.
The aieellcnM and wrurlna oualltleaof thto abna
run not om oriier BDtiwn amu nr iur nnmi wiuww
menu ot iu uwuMnda of oouuat
a All 3aaalaia UaMitM4.
attviuh ilrsasm Khiw whU'h ennimendi itarlf.
AM lland-aawrtl Walt. A fine calf ftboa
nnrqiMlIt! fnr itvla and durability. . ,
tOO f.oadrvar Writ to Um ataadartl irM
v Hbtta, at a popular price.
f QO rallrrmaa'a raot taearmaiij
al (Til 1 1 mail man iairtnapa mi A.
AD made In Qotxdrrm, UutUna and Lao.
q a so cunr.Q . ab.
km hM most fAvnrmblr ffrceWiK) alnea tatfodnoM
and tha raoent Imprnvementa noaka ihaa anpartor
Aak mur ltAlr. Ami If ha oantioC aoDDIT IN aand
direct to rartorir anclualag adTartlaad pff6 V
W. U DOUGLAS Brktaa. BUaa
POK BAMS BY
WEAVER 11 VERS.
ON THE MARKET !
Hcres, adjoining tho city on
the on Ht kIojm; of Bouucatchei
Mountnin, in lotH on lermH
to wiit tlio purchaHi'r. IJeau
tiful BUILDING SITES!
FoivHt and fruit treoM! l'n
HurpaHHinl Kiirrion Hpots! A
bar-nin to nny one nrparel
to take a half interest. The
cheapest acriuiN y lnrgJ
inurgin, now on the mnrket!
The usual coiiiiniHHou will be
paid nny one lirininiiii. buy
er. Call on or iiddrt'HH the
undersijied at Jill Hay
wood Htn'et, AHheville.
& NEWS STAND
Ha. received a fine line of Park ft Tllford Im
ported Cigar; ato the popular brand of
plug chewing tobaco Calhoun, B. P. trave
ler's Beat, itult's A A A A of fin cat chew
ing tobacco, Globe, Hagley's Mayfiowrr,
Chesapeake and Concord.
THK KQUfTABXK LIFK
K D. Monroe, An.,
A.hevlll., N. C.
Office 33 South Main street. aal8 dtf
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In,ioo?Fet of Ccntrul Paatenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem first cla hotel. Hot and cold
in.:,.., i-lls 1 .vcrv room. Open lire in
room, lunch counter.-cigar nnd new... "and
rlc atreet cars pas now every o smmt"
0 minutes for meal.
A. G. If AIXYBURTON,Prop.
HRVAM and I.TIiB BBUKK, Clcrka.
SCHLIT S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Its Purity.
We deliver to all p -rt of the city our own llntllinR Bxnort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PKR DOZEN.
Onr beer I. kept at a temiK-rnture of n di
II times. THU TKAUli oUITl.ltn'
Till-: i.i uinu
. WINE.'. AND .. XiQUOR .. STORE .
IN THK HTATK.
FINE 8A1UPLK AND BILLIARD ROOM.
t. A. HARQI'AMrrT, sr'sr'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
Atslieville. N. C.
ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH
nwed ( ii
IhtmiiFliofit In Antioue Oak
Snwednak Walls lrnis.-d with Lliicmst.-U
I'or further Infomitiiloii call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 3, Jefferson Drive.
FIXZPA TRICK BROTHERS,
ncalcrain Wall Paper, Window SbHdtandPnicnt Hauler.
Paint. Oil and Varnishes. Masurv' Mlied PalnU and Colors. Window lilas. bnlk
Preach and America
L We keep in atoek Rt. Louis and Kentucky
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE,
A - Word - to - the - People - of - AeheviUe.
The Htelnway Piano la still the rccognlicd Standard of the World, and C. Falk I Hid"'
war's agent. Thr twit music people In Ashevllle buy It and take no other. It takes money
to buy It. I nil It very close, till some people cannot quite reach It. For theae I have the
A. B. Chnae Piano, which I. acknowledged and sulil by Rtclnway aa next to Bla. Tb It'
erett Piano ha. been in demand by other house, who wanted It for this territory, but C.
I'alk keep It light here.
By my price I may not get rich, but I make a boat of friends.
The Perrand At Yotcy Orgnn will be imetlilng new in the market at this place, whilt
Wlleos t WhlteKiinliall ft Waterloo Oriinn are constantly demanded nnd sold on good
terms. I wish it to be understood that when I sell on Inatnllments, and purchasers do not
wish to keep the Instrument. I do ant retain all moaey paid, hut return all amounts paid
above rent. I hope the character eatabliahed for 13 years In Aahcvllle will have lu wchilil
when you have to d -eldj where to buy a Piano or other Inatrnment. Kcaiiectfully,
C. FALK, 33 North Main 8t.
Asimvii.i.K. N. C, .Inly no, 1800.
1 We the on arraigned h.v. thla daydlasolved
enpan ncrahlp by mutual consent, J. C.
ftrown rctlrlngand taklngihe tin andiiruinb
Ing ba.tn.'aa in i.iotn aader store, anu Thad
W. Thrash taking the vntlrc atm-k in fltnrc,
and wilt assume payment of all debt, due hv
the Arm and will collect nil account due nitl
Arm, J. C IIHOWN,
TIIAO W, TllKASII,
The nndrrslgnrd hnve funned a copnrtnrr
hlp under the Ann n mn of Tlmd W, Thrash
Ac Co. for the purpose ol doing n general
Crockery and House Futnl-llingbnlness.
Tiiaii fir Tll.A-H.
J M. Tiihasii.
nine nd obiniblnu " ista I
will receive prompt attention.
The nnd-rslnned will londitet a general tin-
j. v. BIOWR.
Alao entrance on College atreet.
Real Estate Agent.
OFFICE I MAIN ST., MORSAN'I BOOK STORE.
Money loaned and well secured at 8 per eeat.
Real Bstate bought and sold at tmhtle and
prlvat. sale Rente collected. I conducted a t
heal t'atatt and Aoctlon business In Charlv.
ion. a c, ten year, ana will glv. prompt
attsntioa to all buatnee. pat la my charge.
water and hath and toilrta on every floor.
onice ana grntes in iieo num., ymra, iiinin
d bar n MM ' !Jn, "UVInC-h.,.. J"
a.oo PER DAY.
ur. e. and we guarantee you a freah article at
HAI - K Y
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSIT.
Parlor and Reception Hall nnlshetl in yunrtri-
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
$1.00 IMIK DAY. Sfl Tt) 7 I'HK WIIMK
Nearest to Chimney Koek, Catawba
Fail and Mitchell's Peak.
lulyUdilm HPFAi'tlB Ai MtlOHH
BUQ0IE8, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHlNQ-
To thr dtliens of Ashevllle and vicinity I
would annotinc. that at niv .hop oaCultra
atreet, next to Woodbury's at.blrs, I am Mt
ter prejiared than ever to do work In myliaj
Wagons, tlagalea and Carriaara manufart'
"'Fairing, nnd horn-shoeing are apf
T?-?L1 V U kliiiiiin
a. Repairing nnu norac-snoring are i-
my charges an moderate.
nov33 d B. Bl'RNBTTS
:.,b ;urc, painless to Use.
r.U),Cl.C0. Ccl4t7M12raggiitt Bontlr
Vh'-a p&olcaco i'.l r.abbsr SyTlngt h W
FOR 8ALB BV
RAYSOU ft SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C