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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 18iK.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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J. CARSON'S NliWS STOKH, North Court
TtlUSDAY. SEPTUM UF.R 2, 1N!H).
1'or Chief Justice of the Supreme Court:
HON. A S. MliKKIMON.
For Associate .lustier of the Supreme Court
HON. WAl.TiiK CI.AKK.
HOH HI' I'KNIOH Col'KT Jl'IMtlt:
1st district i'.ko II. Iihiiwn. jr., of ItrnutorL
SO district I1K.NKV K IIkvan, ol CriiM'il.
4th dlatrivt Sl-lliK Wuitakiik, of Ytikc.
6th district K. V. Winston, of r.riinviilc.
nth district K. T Hov kin, of SuniiMnn,
7tn district IAMIIK l. MclVKH, of Mm;
8th ilistru-1 R l, Akmkihi.i.. of Ireilell
f loth district Inii. i'.k.vv Hvsi'M, ol' llnrke.
11th district V. A. IIiikk, of Lincoln,
1st district J II. Hi.oint, of IYrCUlHKltlK
INI district 1. M Ukuxako, of llii'ilux
Jill district J.o. li. Wooilunl. of Wilson.
lh iliatrivt H. W I'or, jr. of Johnston,
oth district B. S. I'ahkkh, ol Alatmincc,
Bin district". II. Al.l.KN. of l.enuir.
7th ftiatrk't Krank McNkii.i., of Richmond
win tustrici if. e. i.ono, ot Iredell
0th ditrict W. W. IUhiiiih. ot Wilkes
loth district W. C. .M:vi.anii. of Caldwell
1 1 th listricl I' I.Osiiokxk. of Meeklrilliuri;
ltn ilislncl t.Ko. A. JtiNiin, ol .Macon.
lnt district V. A. I. Hk.incii, of lleiiufi
.'Id diNtri t It K. i'.kmiv, of liuptiti.
4th district II. II. Ill N x, of Nash.
nth district A. II. A. ll.l.l IMS, ol r.ninvillr
(Uh district S. B. Ai.I'.xanpkk. of Mcckleu
7th district J S. IIiimikkson, of Rowan.
Mth district W. II II. Cow i.ks, of Wilkes.
llth district W. T (.'haw conn, of lluvevooil
Ofctiiirsc wenre Kiiiiiy; to have one
year from (KKilwr. That much should
very noon lie ccitisidercil an settled. IJv
crvtliititf points to the neccssitv for it
everythiiijj foreshadows a complete sue
cess for such an attraction if proR'rly
started ly the rij,'lit men. We pointed
out in yesterday's issue, in an incomplete
way, what a fair would mean to Ashe
vtlle, but Sxke only of the immediate
benefits. Hut there would certainly come
others of a lasting kind. A fair ol a size
to lit this country and of a kind to In
come it would at once mean that Ashe
villc was the centre of attraction ol
least a dozen colonics. ( hue draw thou
sands here to sec a lair ami thev would
therralter come at anv excuse to trade
to Sieud the summer or the winter, or ti
build and make this their home.
Tllii Citizkn hocs soon to hear tithe
that a public mi-ctitu; has Ixeii called ti
consider ways and means lor this project
or that some of Aslievillc's enterprising
uentlemeti have titiictlv none to work
and formed a company l. r that purpose
We wish, of course, to dictate noiliiun t
auv or)aiiizatioii tliat mav come uiti
existeuiv to carry out the iilea we ha vi
nilviincctl. Hut one tiling isso important
lo necessary, so vital to the success ol
such mulct. ikinn that we may siuicst
it here without iutruiliu'. Andthat is.
in regard to the ni.in.iycr, lor the first
year at least, of the fair, lie should lie a
iiiiiiiIht one iiinn ; of tried cxicriencc in
such matters; one who has proved his
ability by previous services either in the
nunc or a kindred Hue. Tin; Citizkn
doci not mean to sav that Asheville does
not contain such a man ; lint if he is not
to be found here there should not lie the
slightest hesitancy in elsewhere to
i;ct him. It will lie money made to net a
man whose very name means .Success
with a liirjje S.
That much settled the rest is a matter
of detail. The fair we must have.
Down in No. 5 township, Randolph
county, the first government distillery is
about to be ox-neil and the people are
prayiiiK that it may not be. I. N. lu
crum, who apiK-ars to be unofficial, was
interviewed on the subject by a Concord
Standard rcixirtcr ami said: "I have
nothing whatever to do with the distill
erica nnd praver meetings in No. . town'
ship. The design of the internal
revenue is to encourage teniicranec by
nn exH'nsive tax on spirits,"
The design of the internal revenue could
tie more fully carried out liv mulliplyiiifj
the tax by to, say. We fear Mr. Ingram
is not well ncipiitiuled with the facts.
t'p in these parts the tax is believed to
lie for revciii.e only, or, at least, very lit
tic for morality.
Tim Citizkn yesterday contained a
summary of a sermon delivered Sunday
by Rev. Mr. Hryitn. Unless something
unforeseen should occur to prevent, this
feature will be a regular oneol Monday's
issue, tl is the intention to represent a
different denomination each week. Tim
Citizkn will feci obliged to any one who
hears a particularly helpful or forcible
sermon if he will communicate that fact
to this office with, if possible, an nr
proved I by the pastor) abstract of the
TllK man who doesn't read Tint Cm
!KN's"This Means llusiiiess" department
a careful collection of items rclulimj to
new industries in North Carolina doesn't
realize how fast North Carolina is mov
lnj( these days. The u'uMy old girl is
now trottiiitf in the 2:20 class, so to
icnk, and those who are interested will
do well to watch her gait as mirrored in
Tun Citizkn, In no other paper can
this burst of Sccd be so closely watched.
Dr. lUiKcne Orissom writes from Den
vcr that he was niisrciorted in the in
terview In which he made so fierce nnd
indiscriminate an attack on this Stntc
nd says he has forwarded a corrected
interview. It will be very interesting
reading and, If printed, Tub Citiikn
renders shall have the substance of it.
It bids fair to he jubilee year for the
farmers. Cora, flour and all brendstufls
have advanced while meat is at about
the same prices. The fanners will sell
corn and wheat and buy some meat and
they ought, therefore, to harvest a little
money this rear and get at least one leg
oat of the slough of despond and debt.
PAl'liK, 1'ISX AXl) INK.
How much longer will North Caro
linn papers continue to give dollar no
tiees lor 10 cent watermelons f
The editor of the llendeisonville Guide
has the right idea of it. He apologizes
tor Ins patent insidcs, and says it won
The editor of the Concord Standard
has had his ear to the ground and learns
that it's all nonsense to sav an eel can he
killed hv splitting his tail. Now tha
that point is settled we can go to press
Something dropped in Highland the
other day. The Press says: "Mr. Lee
I1ooh.t, of Ctillowhee, Jackson county
called on us last Tuesday and set us for
worn it nine, auiv lie live to urive uiuuv
thousand sheep vet." What could it all
have been about ?
When the Greensboro State makes
statement like this we are bound to he
licve it : "So far as the owners of the
North State are concerned they have not
sold Mr. Hrower nor anybody else a con
trollini! interest in the paiier. norlmsMr.
Hrower proposed in any way to buy the
North State, or a controlling interest
The architect ol this column must cm-
less to a weakness for the good old-fash
ioued broad column standard gunge,
like the Charlotte Democrat. A Citizk
editorial that was not much thought ot
lure looks very tliginhed in the Ivmo
erat's column where it is printed as orig
Mini, i on re welcome, llrother Strong
it was out a little one.
The oucstion is sometimes asked if
there is any inouey in the newspaper bus
tuess. Indeed there is, stacks of it, but
to get the money out of it is something
our twelve years' exieriencc has failed to
teach us. lielmiiuent subscribers hav
more deaf cars than any set of people on
the globe. Greenville Reflector. Ding
awav at lliem liroincr, ding nwny :
I hD.M SOKTII CAhOUXA
Not much eider making now. Con
cord Standard. Well, now, that's loo
Ibshop Keener has announced of
liciallv that the fust session of the West
era North Carolina conk-mice will meet
in Concord November i?t'.
The depot at Andrews. Cherokee
coatitv, is pronounced the neatest and
in si arrauced ol anv on the North Caro
lina division ot the Richmond and Dan'
-The authorities of the Weldon fair
have extended an invitation to Rev.
Thomas Dixon, ol New York, to sH'tikat
e next lair, anil lie lias accented the in.
vitation lor tlic:uitli ol October.
Several ol the most prominent nc-
roes in the eastern part olthe State on'
a Mime tneir intention to antagonize the
alas ol the ucgines Irom North Caro-
h'.a southward anil westward Noveni
Mecklenburg county claims tolx-fino
rid lori'inost iu the lollow-iug: 1. Her
l:-claratioiiot Iiitlck'U(liucc:2. Ilcrstoi k
luw;.'t. Her road law: t. Prohibition
there ln'iug no licensed saloon outside i
The Concord Daily Standard was
threatened with a suit lor lilx-l hv 111'
.'aliarrus couiiiv officers dnmaues $."itl.
inn but to avoid the inconvenience of a
law sua and promote I lie interest of the
campaign, a compromise was affected.
The dead Ixidv of Mr. Prank L.
I'.ond, ol'Tarlioro, has Ikxii loimd in Tar
river, eight miles from Washington. In
las pocket was u piece ol pacr on which
was written, "I have Ihtii in torment for
ti n days. It is certain that he commit-
In substantiation i4t lie reiK-nted claim
that the valley ot Valley river was liter-
lly underlaid with marble, it was dis
covered the lirst ol the week that the
marble lead on the Konahcetah I Thrash I
orolK-rtv was tullv three miles in width
A drummer named J. N. Fleming, who
was arrested in Charlotte ami carried
luck to Lexington, where he cruelly
n hipiH'il a boy, did not get a trial, the
prosecution not being ready. I-lcming
uavc bond in the sum of $10(1 for his n-
liearancc in two weeks.
ITS IA7 liiiWSS Oh' FAkMIXC,
The Kinston I-'rec Press reiiorts cows
lying in Lenoir county from black
tongue, line man has lost ten.
The continued rains nnd the cold
weather has caused cotton to shed nnd
rust. The prosieet, However, is still
bright lor lug crops.
Kvcrv farmer now h..sonly this news.
Hor crops and too much rain." Agri-
ola is rallier tiicmiui in ms ienirra
meut. TarlHiro Southerner.
The agricultural department rrMirts
r.'li cotton lactones, now in ois-ralion.
The increase in the numlicr of cotton mid
itlier factories m the past decade is on
If Mecklenburg keciis on building col
on lactones they will be able to tnnnii
factnre more cotton than is grown in the
ttnty, and it is a good county lor cot
We nrc inclined to the lielief that there
will I no smi'tnl demand for bulls to
bully prices, nor lor bears to depress. So
we confidently look lor n steady market
t good pa vi a u prices tnnt ougnt to lie
satisfactory to both seller nnd buyer of
tobacco. A. W alker in Durham Globe.
Mr. I. F. Hoincwood. n partner with
Mr. I.. Hanks Holt in farming and stock
raising at the hitter's country place near
Alamance Factory, has threshed UH4
ushels ol wheat Irotn ninety-six sown.
I so 1.420 bushels ol oats, twenty-hve
acres of which averaged thirty-four bush
Is to the acre. Alamance wicniicr.
Ilnrlcv Lewis, of No. 10 township.
Ivdurcombc county, has a novel crop,
seventeen acre in sunflower plants. The
crop is a magnificent one and Mr. Lewis
expects not less than (i(MI bushels to the
nere. His seed cost mm ii.iu a ousnci.
II lie can sell his seed for only one-third
of what it cost him he will have the most
protiinblc seventeen ncres in the county.
W, T. Crawford.
I'rom tht mute Chronicle,
A man of the people, coming h his own
unaided efforts, from humble surraunitlnaa,
ht will he pnpalar ntvnrlte with the great
mass of the people, and will mike a canvass
that will live hint a Hlnie wldt reputation,
nd will be elected to conxros by a large
majority. In him alt classes will have a
faithful representative. Ills own eipericnce
anil his honorable record forhlds that he
hould do other than make the condition of
tht tollers Iht paramount Interest when ke
goes to congress, They know that ht will
be their true representative and they will
rally enthusiastically to his standard.
mt!-Miuim-Mi:. v,... ri ',.,. ,.U-.f .Mil'-.',,, a j
It Cut Deep -The Newer Matlie.
I'roni the Congressional Record,
Mr. Vance Mr. President, 1 have lis.
tened, as I always do, with a great deal
of pleasure to the senator from Iowa
(Mr. Allison I, and I listened to his re
cent able speech with more than usual
attention because I was anxious to find
out where senators on that side stood
and what they were after in this woolen
schedule; hut I confess that I was not
able to coiunrchctid exactly the position
that the senator and his associates have
Hesavs, in the first place, that iherc
are i.iany things in this hill which are
very wrong, und yet lie is going ior u
nnd he has not iriven us anv help to re
dress anv of the wrongs which are in
the bill. '
In the next place, he said that neither
this tnrifT nor the tnrilV of lHSM had
made anv material diflereuee in the price
of either the raw wool orol the mamMac
lured product, and in the course of a lew
minutes he said that it would increase
the price of the finished product in some
particular articles, nrticlisof pure luxury
I Iwlievv he deserilied them; that is, arti
cles which were all wool and not shoddy.
On the whole, sir, I come out nt the
hole at which I went in. I did not un
derstand, when he began to sieak, how
the bill could lw of any service so as to
relieve the wool growers if it would in
crease the uriee of their product, nor
how, if it would increase the price of
wool in this country, it could He tne
Inundation of almost double the price ot
all woolen manufactures. I can not
understand it now. I do not know
what the position of senators on that
Many years ngo there was an old dar
key who used to fish on a rock in the Mis
sissippi river, lie would get out upon
iiih rock and take ms scat aim ngni m
nine anil fish for cat-fish. Due day he
swung an unusuallv big cat, and in the
struggle the cat pulled l.im oil' the rock
mid he was drowned, ami the poet of the
local newspaper had the following coup
let describing the catastrophe:
The neighbor nev r could make out.
II the aid ol'alltlirir liKiirinu.
Whether the niccer went n-A-.li UK
Or Hit-cat-fish went it-nigm-ring.
! can not make out for the life of mc
what the Senator is after when he insists
in incn-.-isiiiLT the duty on raw wool lor
the lieuchi ol the iirodticcrs of raw wool.
allciMiii! at the same time that it is not
going to make any dilTcrcncc, but will
rather make tbc wool ciie.iKT, wnen nc
insists on basing upon that figure on the
raw wool n very large incrcas"- in tne
manufactured product on the ground
that is going lo make that cheaH-r also,
That is a kind of mathematics that is ih
culiar to the school ol pioiectionists. It
. i i !.. .i i.i :.i
IB not louiill in i lie out in ii iiiiii-u, i.ii i
were taught in the schools where I was
educated, and which to sonic extent in
benighted suburban regions are still
taught to the youth of the laud.
A New Cook Rook.
From the Berkshire News.
Material is now King gathered
the News cook book, which it is intruded
shall lie the most complce wnk ol ns
kind, mid .till Is.- a gr.at aid to th
housewives ot Herkshire. A'e npiHiul a
few ol the prescriptions:
Clear Soup ake two pints of water
wash them thoroughk ,.u laith sio --,
pour into a ilili or sum tiling, and -nr
I'ounil ' lie kili-licu until ti cel.
Plum Tie iVt some ii..ugh, han--
ul a ir -nt and back In. tilth, i.mic a
lish with sili ii. put ill a ve'.iriig
lotiijh. till the dish with Urn. cl
null ill ops. mil on I he lop ,"isi.
leather stitch around the edges ami bill
in a tinker s turn -ice.
I'ounil Cake Mix up some llm.- and
things, put them into a dish, bake lor a
while, thc:i screw in the Handle an. I i .ni
mencc to pound.
Stomach Cake Line n small box -. itli
green tipples ami cucuiiiIhts. T!m can
Ik prepared at short notue.
LjiIvcs hoot Icllv f,ct tiusted l..r a
Chicago calf they have the largest 'ect
cut off the calf, which can U- used lor
milking hash or chicken salad; wash the
lecl, thicken with glue, add n tew mo
lasses, strain through n cane seated
chair, xiur it into a blue IhiwI wit Ii red
pictures on it, set it in the shade to gel
tough. 1 lien send it to a sick Inend.
Ice Cream Dry apiece ol ice in toe sun.
stir in some cold crcuni or vaseline, Ian it
until it freezes, garnish with Christinas
greens. I his should be served with the
Ilasii c,nop up everything, add some
ready mixed paint, then throw it away
holt-boiled hggs Put a selling ol eggs
into n kcttlerol hot water at Ii..i7, let
them laiil till the clock strikes; serve on
To Remove Stains To remove fruit
stains Irom n table cloth, saturate the
loth in benzine, kerosene, and coal ml,
sprinkle wiihgunpowdcr; apply a lighted
To Drop Pegs Let go of them.
Imon Pic Line a pic plate with puff
paste (see page r,27.,l put in your
rmons. build a lattice work overt lie top,
and bake three weeks.
A cream of tartar baking powder.
of all In lenecnlng strength U. a. Oovern
mrnt Report, August IT, IHHU.
lul T'JUd I y
UnKlipta and Fren.cn
BOARDING AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOB TOUNQ UDIEI MO UTTLI SIRLt,
No. 40 I'reneh Broad Aveaar
MRS. lUROWYN HAITIAN D, . PRINCIPAL
For many years Associate Principal of Ml
Vernon Institute. Baltimore,!
Assisted by a corns of eompentent teachers.
Cheap Mate to Mil Points).
RAILROAD TICKUTa bought, sold and
exchanged. All transaction! guaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Oftpoalt nwnnnnnn llntr!, anlOrit
TLANTIC COAMT LINB
rn fid after ihli Hnte the fWltnw.tiaf arrted
ale will he ran ovrr ltMColymb4IHvliHna.M
No. fl Leaea ColumrHa" MM 6.10 p.m.
Artlvca at Chnrlmtoa...... 9.80 O. m.
No. OaH-Leavea Chnrlmtnti" 7.10 a. m.
Anivea atCoiamma.....M.H.DB a. m.
Connecting with tralna to and from all
ootnta on the Charlotte. Columbia at Am
guuim and Colnmbia. OratSTtlM) Hail road a.
m nsjaiiartu aaU at-u a
J, P. DBVINB, Oea api
CLEAN SWEEP OF THE
During this month wo in
tend to clean out all Bummer
Wohnveot n .large stock
of LawiiH, both plain, utripeil
and chocked, which we will
oloHPOut at New York coist,
Lndies' fine PuvuhoIh We
have a few left that a iv worth
8.50 to ft.00, but wo will
cIohp thorn out at 2.0() each,
these nrenioedesirablo gooi's
and aro going at a bargnin.
We have a good line of La
dies' Fine Dross (ioods and
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced price. A good
stock of Sateens and (ling
hams. It will pay you to oxiiniiiir
our lino of Table Linen Tow-
A great reduction in every
line, as we are going to make
a clean swoon of nil summer
goods if close prices will do
B0STIC BK0S. & WUKJ11T.
No. 11 N. ('ourt Square.
W. A. Ni.Aiu. J. V. llitowx,
No. 3 Fnttou Avenue,
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR SOLD STAND
We art now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which wo are offeriugat rook
bottom prices. l:ndcrtnking
a sMcial feature, ('alls at
tended day or night.
Telephone. day 7". night .".
Including flnc HroiMhr. Iiutttiim ttni liisio
Hegardleaa of cost, as we Intend In the future
tn keep nothing but Molld Hold nn'l
Sterling Sliver lewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
tontb Main Htm AahcTllle.
SEPTEMBER 3.4.S& 6, 1890.
Of all the handsome and valuable irnerty
that has Isren nlfeml In Asheylllc, none enm
pnrnhle to the nntirotien forest of over One
llumlrrd Acres dlvlileil and salMtlvlileil Into
the most Israntllnl lots and tracts, lying
Tlio llonfrvnnlofthn City,
AIhiuI one-third being within city limits and
the remainder In the charming eulmrhan villa
Only one mile from Court Square (10 nils
nte. rlrlrrl anil on the best and moat popular
drive leading to the ennntry. There la a lab
yrinth of avenues and streets being tiulll
thnisgh these grounds under the uinrrvtslna
of one of the Aneat engineers In the nouth
The lots and tracts will rang In else from ti
acre to S to 6 seres, (he larger plats covering
some of the most beautiful and pletureatiue
elevations to be found la a day's journey
aend for plat of the property to
Nut Atkinson & Son,
ASHRVII.LR, N. C.
Hdltor A.hevllle Cltlseat
That our uiaay friends may aaow how we
are getting on we will state that wt look m
In llnlel aati ator
9,000 In Vive Wccka.
Took Is last aaturriay over Too. STS ol
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tered M that day. Had H.oon arrivals la
8 months. Our at k Is mammoth aoo wet
long and 18 wet wide. Tell th balance of
tat world to tome and si "Old Cbed" smite.
and buy foods of us aad save 10 to 8A per
oris dt t. . CHBDMTBR It tON.
New house, newly furnished, all mo Uin
Improvements, large rooiir-. good table.
MRS. M. C. C.OOUK,
s.t ColW'jre ht.
Agt-nt for (terms I'HTh Wi
North M.-. in
Ashrvlllc, N. C
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
HALRin, N. C.
OLOEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
-J'ue Hiuh Annual Session heirins August
tfMth, txnil. Keglster lor Inst yenr .'ll.". Sl
einl fenturesi-llif lcclOMMfltt or
Health, t'linrnvtcr milt ltvllect.
Iiiiililinus tharouKlily nmoil'-U'il. 1 nlly
eiiiiiKl I'rcimriilorv. I'ollenliiti- anil Cost
Ornilunte l einrliiunls, liesliles lirst clnss
sehools In MuhIv, l.anitiiaucH, Com.
mvrclal nnd inrluMtrlal HtuclleH.
. JO 1 1 N H. I.HWIil.l., Irliieliill
N hcrt-Lv ulvvn tlmt that lnr f itnd vnhin
hMc tract nl' Inn. I knuwii n tht- Hwr II ml
l-'iinti. Iviiu .ihmit lourtind otic hull niilov
frmn At4li villc. mi tho V'vn Ii Hnnul Uivvr,
ii'tiuinitiK ihr IiiuiIk f Mr Pack. U' ruicrly
thi Tci.tuint ' t ntlcr Hull irmti nnd tin
limit fHtii'i- f M . lU'nrKt' VamliT'-i't, will
I"- llvi t-il ititu mnall trai'tft ntnl mtl't nt piili
Ik atit'timi alioitl the lirnt f U"o)i r n-t.
Ahuodm a- tlf Kiirvfv lia Ihtii omiplftfri
I lt if print ' nt thi ni.nir v m Ik- IumI hy Appty
imi ni the olrli-L1 ot MavitNott. MnrtinK Jihh'n
7 l.i-Kal Ml ik, whrrt- utiiih nml uurtii-ular-iif'iialt-
ill lf inailr known
Xi tnntl lit tli'Hfnuni.v t.rtV'H KmMfrntlrao
tioitM i purcliiiN tm, it i tviip.vinti tltr nnvn
tic Stra i lu rry HiU m-at tlu MuiiKalow, mid
iitnlntniim hi I, vnlU-y mill If t-l 'an' "trfninM
r .rtdtt ami kIi'mk in varlt ly mitliiiviit t. nat
il'v nil tat .
There are ahnut hitch In thN uptcrdiil
tract nrianil, iinil the Intu will Iht net npnrt
In n manner licut enlcnlutcd ti nlfcnl the fin-
mi ttuililiriK. (arm nml Imtcl sI'ok.
I'urther partkutam will he piven to tin
pnMic an at. n an the ma pit nrc ready fir din
trilmttitn WM. R, PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anhcvitlc, N. C.
P.O. Rax I.
loiN hla name and artre aiaaised aa bottom
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN.
Pla Calf aatl LaratJ Wlrrraff 4-rala.
Th aicrllrnr and wrartni qulltlctotf thh thna
eantiot b bfttrf shown than riy ihr atmnji
BitoU of IU tbouMuidi of ccuuUot WtWVf.
tE00 fi . Haa4swa4. aa tlnuit aad
Jat Tilth drrtfa Sh.-r wlikh cimeudtt ltrlf.
A.00 IU1eweJ Wall. A flnr emit lUrtoa
V norquallfd for tjU and tfuraliilltr.
f 0M Jeair Writ U tba vuimUi4 tSnai
w Kh. at a popular prtoa.
OJO PallreMaara Hhor la frdU? adapted
for rallnkaul tnrn, farmenk, etc
All ma4a la Contivaa, Ituitua and ttm
aava Iwra moat favorahl rrrlt atnea tntiodtiMr
and tba rwoi lmpnmrnu maka thaaa auiavtor
to an alto anld at tbear niir.
Aah jour laltr, and tf ha cannot mpplr toq aaod
direct to faeinrr enrlualiif advarUat4 pnoa or a
W. 1. HOUULAaV BraekMa, Haaa,
WEAVER & MYERS.
ON THE MARKET !
Tlip'Milliird Fiirm"of KM)
iutoh, niljeiniiiK tli t-ity on
tht! aHt kIok? of Ili'iiufatrlit'i
Mountain, in Ioth on torins
t Hllit tlltt pUri'llllHIT. lif'llll
Forest nml fruit. Iivph! I'n-
HIirpHHHtt Klllllcll rlpotH! A
Imrpiin to nny ohm pifpart't
to take a lmlf intcrcHt. Th
cliciipi'Ht ncit'iio. Iy a larfrc
inniKin, now on tlic market I
The UHual couiniiHNon will In
paid any one I'l'iiijrinjjcH buy
er. Call on or ikMivhh the
uiKletHifrniHl at 211 Hay
wood Htreet, Anhevillo.
& NEWS STAND
Has received a Anc line of I'ark A Tllford Im
ported Clgnrsi also the Hitiilnr brands of
plug chrwlhg toliaco Calhoun, (I, K. (trave
ler's Rest, lull's A A A A of line cut chew.
Ing tobacco, (tlobc, Haglev'a Mayflower,
Chransrake and Concord,
THK liflDIT AHL.K LII'Il
Asaet IIOT.lno.nmi III
auriiiua aa.nji.oT ao
Iv. It. Monroe, Ab;.,
Asheville, M, C,
Ofnor J Houth Main street. aula dtf
1 - nil W ram W ll
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In i?o Feet of Central PaHHenjfer Depot
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A mntcrn first clnss hotel. Hot ml cold wHter andi baths and toilets on every floor.
Klretrir bells in every room. Open rrr in office and urates In lied rooms. Ofllce, dining
room, lunch counter, rinnr ant! news slnnil and bar nnd lillllnrd room on first floor. Klec
li ie street ears pass door every '2I mhuil. s. Klchniond and Danville rnllronil eating house,
.'I minutes for meals.
RATKS, fa.oo PICK DAY,
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
, H. HRVAN and WAI.TKB IIRKKN, ClerkH.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for ita Purity.
We deliver to nil p-.rts ol the city our own llottlinu Hsnort Iteer nt
ONE DieLLAR PER IIOZKN.
Our Im-r is kept nt n trinin rniiirr ol to ile,. ce. nnd we Kuaranti-c you a Irish article at
nil times. Tllli TKA1IU SUl'I'MUli HKDM
. WINE .-. ANii .. LilQUOR STORE .
IN THIC STATE.
FINE SAMPI.i: AND UILLIARI) ROOM.
,. 4. Maro.. .e.r. i NO 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
Vs.it vlllc, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE MMS, IN.LUOIIO BVTH PHEO WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'ini.h. throiiRiiout l-i antlfiue Onk. Pnrlor an-l Kc-rptlon llnll llnl.hcil In Uunrtrr
nwr,iink VCj.in ilrniv.l with Llnrrustn-Wnlton.
Kor furtlM-r litlonniif ion call on
G. H. VA5KEP., No. 5, JeHersou Drive.
Inly 1. Ill I m
Ocalcrsin Wall Pnpor, Window HtaartcHatid rHlcnt Uatiicr,
Paints. Oila and Varnishes. Mnsury's Mlscd Taints and Colors.
French and American
We keep In slock St. Lonlsnnd Kentucky I-ad.
A - Word - to - the -
The Hlrlnwny I'lnno la still the recognised Hlnnilnrd of the World, and C. Pnlk Is Htcln
way's ngrnt. The iicst music people In Asheville buy It and take no other. It takea money
In buy It, I mil It very close, atlll some iieuplc ennnnt quite reach It, Pnr these 1 have the
A. R. Chase I'lnnn, which Is acknowledged nml sold by Htcinway as next to his. The Be
erett I'lnno has been In demand by other houses who wanted It for this territory, bot C.
I'alk keeps It light here.
By my prices I may not get rich, but t mnke a host of friends.
The Pcrrand Ai Votey Organ will lie something new In the market at this place, while
Wilms At Wltlte, Kimball At Waterloo Orgaas ure constantly demanded and sold on good
terms, I wish It to lot understood fiat when I sell on Instnllmcnta, and purchasers do not
wish to keep the InstrunKnl, I do not retain all money paid, but return all amounts paid
above rent. I h ipe th? character established for 13 years In Asheville will have Its weight
when you hnvc to d elite where to buy a I'lnno or other Instrument. Kcsi-ctfully,
' C FALK, 33 North Main 8t.
ASHKVH.I.U. N. C, Inly an, Ihiio.
We the Ullilcrelimed have this dnvilissolved
ropnri nershlti by mnlnnl consent, I. C.
nruwn reiiringnnn liiRinginc tin nniipinmn-
ing Imsinrss In room umler store, nnd 'I'hnd
W. Thrush Inking the entire stork in store,
nnd will nssnme payment of nil delita due by
he Arm and will collect nil arconnta due sain
nrm. J. t.- iimown,
tiiad W, Thkasii,
The underslancd have formed a niiutln--.
ship under thr Brm n-nic of I liad W. Thrash
At Co for the purtsise ol doing a general
Crockery nnd House I'urnl.hiiigiiu.ln.
THAU V TllNAMI,
J M. TllKASII,
The nndrslimrd will conduct a ireneral (In.
nine anil iiliitnliliig business In luiitn. nt In
all branrhr-, All orilers lor work left In store
will receive prompt attention
Also entranre on College street.
Real EHtate Agents
OFFICE t MAIN IT., MOIOAN'I I00K STORE,
Alnney loaned and well secured at 8 per cent,
Real Rstat bought and sold at public and
rl.au sale. Rrnta collected. I conducted a
leal I'etat. and Auction business In Charles.
ton. i C. ten vears. and will srlv. neomnt
attention to all business put la my charge.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 46.
Window Olsss. botl
People - of - Asheville.
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
i.nn 1'ifn hav. m Tn it piir wkiik.
Nearest to Chimney Dock, Catawba
Palls and Mitchell's Peak.
llllVtdi)m HI'WAiU'K At MOOHK,
BUQOIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSIIIITHlNG. '
To the eitlnens of Asheville nnd vldnlty I
would announce that at my shoiis un College
street, nest to Wooilhury'i ituliles, I am liet
ter prepnred thnu ever tn do work In my line.
Wagons, Huggir. and Carriages mauufoct.
nreil. Repairing mid horse-shiKHng are ss;
dnltles, nnd Mriect sntlsfnetlon guaranteed.
My worsmen nrc cticnenceti ana skiuiuiana
my chnrges are moderate.
Pilules;: U li9-
r.::j,t'i.W, BsllcTftUCraegliU Iratlf
VUa rxlng Uk r.nbber Byrlnes t $1.61
FOR BALB BY
RAYSOR SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0
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