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FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, '1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
' THS FUII.T CmiKK, Democratic, l published
every atternoon (except Sunday at the fa.
I wine rate KricUy cask.-
Three Months -5"
i lm- Mnnlh AO
One Week '
THE DAILY CIT1KB
I. on sale at the following places In AHhcvllle:
BATTUKYVAKK NBW8 STAND.
GI.BN KOCK NBW8 STAND.
MOIIKL. CI11AH STORK. Patton Ave.
J. CARBON'S NUWS STORB, North Courl
FRIDAY SKPTEMBIiR 5, 1800.
I'or Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A S. MKRHIMON.
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
HON. W.U.THR C1.AKK.
FOK sri'KKIOH CorKT JI'WIK:
1st district (inn II. Hhown, Jr., of llcnulnrt.
LM district IIknnv K. Hkvan. ol Cruvcn.
4th district SriKK Wiiitakhk, of Wnkc,
nth district R- W. Winston, of r.runvillc,
ilth district II. T. Hovkin, of Sampson.
7th district Iamks I'. MclVKK. ol Moore.
Kth district R AHMI'lKl.li, of livilrll.
loin district Jno. C.kav llvsru, ol llurkc.
11th district W. A. Hokk, of Lincoln.
FOK HIH.ICITOK i
lt district J II. Hl.orNT, of rertpiinnitlH.
iNl district I. M- r.HUZAKO, ol' lluliiax.
Mil district- Jno. U. Wooilnnl. ol Wilson.
Hh district li. V. Tor. jr. ul" Jolinsloll.
flth district I-:. S. Pakkkk, ol Alitmuncc.
Olli district o. II. Ai.i.kn, of Lenoir.
7lh district Frank McNkii.i., of Kiihmonil
Hth district II. I'. I. ono. of Ireilell
Ulh district V. W. Hakhkk. ol Wilkin,
loth district W. C. Nkwi.anii, of Caldwell
Hth district P. I.Osiioknk. ,,f Mreklriilnirii
l.'lli district t'.Ko. A. Jonks, of Mat-on.
-W. A. II. Iiham.ii, of Krntifi irl
-It I. iIhaov, of I iiiplin.
-II. II. in nn. of Nash
-A. II. A. Williams, of I'-ranvlllf
-S. II. Al.HXAMtKK, of Mcckll'tl
:ll distri t
- S. IIKMIKKSON, of RflWatl.
-W. II. II. Cohi.ik. of Wilkes.
-W. T Cham roRli, of Haywood
Kennedy on Quit),
Siuie Southerners, ot ' whatever politinil
party, cnniiot follow even, with the coin
iK'tiilntion (if silence, hiutlly with a
'ienoe. Representative Keiineily'ssiiipptirl
of the force bill as given in yesterday's
CrnzK.N ; lint we do not liclicvc they van
tail tn applaud the loj;ic, the vipir, the
supreme courage ol' his tli'tinneiatioii ol
Ijuiiy. It was complete and it is to lie
htie) it will lie cllcctive. The work has
Siidly needed tloitiu fur some months
now. The Ameriean ieiplc toilet too
readily, and in another hall 'year it would
hardly have lieen possible to attract at
tention to the charges ol' political cor
ruption ami eolossal dishonesty thai
stand against the record of the chief ad
viser of the President of the I'niteil
Stales, the creator ol Wauniuakci'.
Matthew Stanley Uuay.
Hut this scathing denunciation in the
lions must, it would seem, arouse the
dominant conscience of the reiiiililicau
party if it has any left and result in
putting (Juav where lie belongs if not in
convict dress, then out ol the company ot
decent men forever. It will not Ik-possible
to ignore the fact that a member of the
same pai tv as the President has lor suf
ficient enusc advised his cliict adviser to
hang himscll for his crimes, and let noth
ing so much liccomc as his taking ol).
Words like those burn and sear where a
lluming sword would leave never a scur.
Muay is doomed; and the party he fed on
and which delighted to honor him has
received a blow it cannot recover from
thank heaven ! in a generation.
Tlie Menuent Man
Uveryone recollects Mark Twain's "In
eorHirated Company of Mean Men."
They cut a miner's wages lor time lost
while he was absent Irom work twelve
seconds, a charge ol powder having ex
ploded prematurely and blown him up
into the air, drill in band.
lint this was generous U'side the ac
tion of Lord Saekville reported in yester
day's Cmzi.N. lie has made a claim
upon the Stratford-on-Avon town coun
cil for rent for the ground occupied by
the American fountain ami clock tower
presented to the town by Mr. Cicorgc VY.
Chillis, of Philadelphia, three years ago,
in memory of Shakessiirc anil to com
memorate the jubilee of fjiiccn Victoria.
The structure stands in Kothcr Market,
a SHt which has Iwen used ns n public
market for over six hundred years. His
lordship has probably heard of Mr.
Childs' lilierality and is now engaged in
holding him up much ns the western
train robber does his victims.
Hut wc venture to say that Knglish
men generally will denounce Lord Sack
villc's game ol grab. It is a good deal
ns though wc should charge the l-'reneh
people rent for the ground occupied by
their statute of lilierty on lleilloe Island,
New York harbor.
A Went Ward Alderman, (MMille.
The extent mid character and vigor of
the protest against lilting the vacancy on
the board of aldermen with nnvonc,
however capable, not from the west ward
are such that Tim Citikkn feels sure the
aldermen will govern themselves accord
ingly. It is bard to sec how they can possi
bly disregard so undoubted un expres
sion of the popular wish, Knkcr Keeil,
in Washington, can for a time set lit de
fiance everything that conflicts with his
purH)se; hut it cannot be possible that
in Ashevilc he is to have imitators in n
course that lias justly held him up to the
execration of the whole country.
Let the aldermen choose u man from
the west ward who can take his sent un
trammeled by anything but his devotion
to the interests of the city; not connected
with any corHirntinn whose methods of
business it must tie the constant duty of
the council to review ; man near the
common people, and withnconseientiotis
determination to so serve them that every
man in the ward shall feel tuat he is ie
resented in the council and has his proper
influence in shnping city legislation.
No Monopoly, Plea.
There It a petition before the common
council asking for "exclusive permission
to pipe the streets" to carry natural gas.
Exclusive means the elimination of com
petition ; the absence of competition
meant monopoly, and monopoly nine
timet out ol ten, meant exorbitant
., , No taca monopoly should be given any
van or set of men In Abbeville. Let this
city be wise while it is yet voung in such
matters. Other cities, with short sighted
officials, have given such exclusive fran
chises, to the great damage of the ma
terial interests of the city and the en
trenching of monopolies that bleed the
K'ople year nfter year,
Ashcvillc would he greatly benefited
by the introduction ol gas cheap enough
for fuel, but let there be no nottiingexelu
sive about it.
Till LATIiST XEWS
FKOM XOKTll CAROLINA.
The lirpior traffic has fallen off enor
mously at Raleigh. A dealer says it is
not one-hull what it was five or six years
ago, and not a fourth ot what it was in
The printers on the Charlotte Chron
icle and L hiulotte Ncwsilcmaiulcd lug lie
wages, and when it was not paid tliev
quit work. The demands of the printers
or the previous wages arc not stated.
The smallest estimate is that thellick
ory bank has enough assets in sight to
pay fill inrciut. It a certain option out
on Plowing Kock properly should lie car
ried out, it would pnv dollar for dollar.
About the way it goes: "Six negroes
were sentenced to the iR'nitentiary at
court here last week. Three for highway
robbery, two for burglary, and one for
an assault with iuttuttoconiniitaraie."
Vice-President Hawks, of Winston,
recently went to Charlotte to make an
attempt buv out that, citv's street rail
way, but Charlotte would not meet him
even one-fourth of the way, and helms
abandoned the idea.
At Keuly, Johnston county, Hie broke
out ill the hotel building in which the
stores of Vouug ' Co., and I'algcr
ton llrolhcrs were located. The whole
building and contents were consumed;
total loss about $,"1,01111,
Two Crccushoro neighbors took into
court a dispute about the location ot a
dividing line between their land. The
value ot the land involved wasonlvSl. To
and the costs amounted to several hurl
died dollars, besides attorneys' lies.
lirncst PYrgusou, foreman at Lilier
ty, wns caught iR-twccn a smoke stack,
which was being taken down, ami build
ing, and badly mangled in the region ol
I be stomach and bowels. The doctor
thinks that his life is in great danger.
The plans and sKcilieatious lor the
main bud ling of Trinity College are now
oK-ii for insertion by contractors at I lit
aivhitccl's ollice on the college grounds
at !urlmni. All bids will have to Ik' in
the architect's hands by Tuesday, Scp
Judge Ibown, holding siiicrior
court in Charlotte, was comm-llcd to ad
journ the court, until next Tuesday, on
account of the dcsicrntc illness ot ir.
Mcl'onald, a member of his family, who
rt ached the city a lew days ago, on his
wav from Cleveland Springs to his home
in Washington, N. C.
Last Sunday al the house of otic
Hi idges, in I', l,len Valley township. K 11 ill
erford county, a dillicnliy occurred lie-
I ween I'tcorgc Hunt and 1 wo ot tliel'trav-
sou bos. Several shots were lircil. and
Wils ilravsou was shot through the
shoulder, the ball p.issing near the lett
lung, loaison is said In be in a critical
I'r J. It. Aer, alias Montana Char
ley, ol Inili.iii medicine lame, has been
.-misled lor .'iiassaiill itpotit'ora Itrown,
the litllc IL' veai o, -ol ,,1 Mi. William
Hrowu, am n plovcol tin piitiioiii Wag
on coinpanv. lb- had a l.eariug, and in
dctault ol $1.111111 l,,ol. w ,s coniinillcd to
iail to await trial. Hickory Press anil
The postotlicc al I ire Hill. Clin! Mam
county, lias Ucn discontinued by the guv
eminent because the colclhcic had boy
cotted the olliec, the postmaster, Mr.
Check, iK-iug KTSounlly offensive to them.
The postmaster has retaliated by getting
I be government to uliolish the iKislorlicc.
The mail has been transferred to Mt.
Vernon Springs, n mile and n half from
the railroad station at (Ire Hill,
There a re in theeountrysixass.iy olli-
ccs. ill New ork, Denver, Denver. Hoise,
Helena, Charlotte and St. Louis. There is
a yearly loss tothegovernmeut of several
thousand dollars, in each of these olbees.
In the Charlotte office during the year
just closed the loss was $;,M 1.2M, "iind
that lor over) in all ol the other offices;
but these nssav ollice are a neeessnrvcx
iiense for the benctit of the mining re
gions. Charlotte Chronicle.
S. M. finger, sucriiitcndent public
instruction, semis the following to the
press about the New Hanover county
schools: "l;or the two years INHtMlotbe
total applied for the wliitcs is $:i 1.4(11 .1
and for the colored $ 1 0.l! t.'i.liy. The
whole numlwr of children in New Ilium
vrr county, according to the last rrMirt
of your superintendent, is, while, 'J,T.Kt;
colored, 4, olio. These two years, how
ever, show n much larger Hirlion of the
money to the white than perhaps will
be showed hereafter, because more ha
been applied to building purHises than
herenller will lie necessary."
xiih-rn CAKOux.i Folks.
Kev. James L, poster, pnstor of the
Christian church at Knlcigh, has married
Miss Myrtle While, also ol Raleigh,
Chas. T. Ilirsl and Miss I;. A. Arm strong,
of Charlotte, were married at
Port Mill, S. C, recently. Then thev
came buck home.
Mr. Charles ('.. Moore, of Littleton,
was married Wednesday to Mis Mamie
P. Messcuburg, eldest dauglilerof Mr,
mid Mrs. J. P, Messenburg.
Prof. W. I'. Massev.of the Agricultural
mill Mechanical college, lias liecn invited
to make the oRiiing address at the in
auguration ol the Farmers' Institutes in
The board of education of Mecklenburg
county passed resolutions highly con.,
plimentary of Prof. C. II, Melierand his
rfTieicn' institute work, mid thanks to
Maj. S. M. finger lor his nUc and in
Mrs. J. K. (iarreii died nt her home in
Hooper's creek township on Saturday
Mrs. Catherine C. Ilnnmili died nt her
residence in Thomasville in the 77th year
ot her age,
Mr. John Sliobir, brother of Cnpt. W.
H. Sholnr, of Wilmington, died suddenly
of heart disease nt Florence, S. C. Mr.
Sholnr was a nntive of South Carolina.
Mr. B. 8. Young, of Tyro, it dead.
after an illness of twenty-five day of
tvpnoid lever: ngrn no years, 111 months
nnd nine days.- He leaves a wife, lour
daughters and ton.
We regret to chronicle the death of Mr.
Ifenrv HutnfT son nt our Mtremtrt pill.
ten, Mr. tl. Hutaflf. He passed away at
the residence of hit parents in this city.
asea il years, nt leaves a wite and t wo
children at Marlon, . c Wilmington
At the democratic convention held at
Warsaw John A. Hrynn was nominated
for the senate and H. J. Middleton lor
the house. The Wilmington Star says
that Vance and the State platform were
Shall wc disiM-'use with Zebuloii, the
old North Carolina statesman and leader
for the last twcntv-fivc years? Cer
tainly not, Whv, he is ns the boy told
his daddy about the balky horse, "He's
'stablished." Lexington Dispatch.
The democrats of Caswell county have
nominated I'or the senate K. S Mitchell
and for the house K. L, Walker, Mr
Mitchell is president of the county Alli
ance, 11 successful farmer and an unco tn
promising Vance democrat.
There arc in the State lilllyoiing men's
democratic clubs, which are to send dele
trates to the State convention at Knlcigh
this month. Vance will lie among I be
speakers al the convention. Two years
ago there were .'UNI such clubs, with
membership of 1,", 000 or more.
The Knlcigh Chronicle congratulates
Hnvwood upon the nomination of Mr.
Ciilmer for the house. He is a lawyer ol
growing practice ami conlessed ability
a democrat of the working kind, having
been chairman ol the dcmocru'ic execu
tive committee of hi county and judicial
district several vears; withal he is a pop
ular and gciiiafgcmlcinni) and 11 failhltil
At the democratic congressional con
vention for the Second district, held at
Kinston. X. C. William I. Kngcrs. of
Northampton county, the head of the
banners Alliance in his enmity, was
nominated. Lx-Coiigrcssniuu Simmons
refused to allow his name to go IkIoic
the convention, although democrats
think he is the only man that could carry
Commissioner John Nobiuson informs
us that during his recent trip through
the western part ol the State, in which
he traveled all ovci the Ninth district, he
found that all the icop!c of that dis
trict were enthusiastic over the nomi
nation of Crawford for congress. His
nomination gave general satisfaction
audit is the Is'licf that he will heat
I:w:ti. News and observer.
The Progressive Farmer has made a
dessTate clVorl to show a "clcancut con
flict IkIwccii the democratic party of the
Slate ami Se nator Vance," by running in
parallel columns a ipiotaliou from Se na
tor Vance's letter and a resolution passed
by the last State convention. Senator
Vaiicc, on Mav IS, in his letter to lied
dinglield, said he was not in favor of the
aholitioii ol national hanks, etc., 111 the
present state ol our linaucial ihiIicv.
Note that expirssion! Hv the side ol
this is put the resolul ion, passed the L'lith
of Aug. st, whic!. savs: "We lavor the
abolition ol national banks, etc." Note
that expivssioii loo! It docs not say it
shall lie done immediately. It would lie
tolly, linaucial ruin, to I't-voliiliouizc any
financial system u it hout tirst prepaiing
lor the change Durham Sun.
I I'S Al lmYS ' FAKMlXt;
A loutig laiiuet iii ouriuiiucdialeui-igh
boi hood has hern ottered SJa round lor
bis irop ol tobacco. I Ic ikchucd ibc bid
and il! oiler lit. 000 p. muds tor sate on
our warehouse floors. Four thousand
dollaisisag I sum of money to tuui
down, but Nlr. K. L. I 'cui'V doublhss
knows what heisalioul. lliirhamlihilK'.
Winston tobacco maiiufactmcrs sliifi
Hil In'.', ;si t pounds ol plug tobacco 111
August. This is said lo Ik- the largest
plug tobacco shipment ever know n in
the South in tins mouth.
Some of the farmers ull the Lexington
Dispatch that the corn crop is not iiiitc
so good us was thought, but that it will
be as good a crop as has Ih-cii raised in
The cotton crop is oieuiug very rapidly
in the extreme western section ol t In
state, and the licsl fanners say thai the
crop is cut short one-fourth by the heavy
Down nt New lerneexRTienii d fanners
sny the late heavy rain have seriously
damaged the cotton crop, and the loss
will he nt least one-third.
Mr. Irwis Wilson, of Hroailbnv town
ship, says that he ha sold $f"."i worth
of watermelons this rear. Winston
Nearly ln.ooil baskets of gniies have
Ik-cii shipH'd Irom Salisbury this season
and they have brought good price.
When Will they Throw on the
I'rnm the I.I.Kftltrth City llvunomUi.
Their in no iirrntrr rvlilrntt to us of the
Inrrrinrity nml lijivtnrnii nf the nrjrro rncr
thnn thrir rrlntlon tn the rrpuhUcnn part)
ml thrir tnme nti.uiiifM.ion to the outrnw
whlih thnt parly hit hrntett UMtn thrm.
They tun never lie mm while thry bow their
ncckt in the y ke which the rrpulrllmn party
him mi unjustly nml m iifiKrnieiully pi nml
An IK Xpert opinion
I'nttn the Atlnntn Conntltutlon.
An tt wan In (ieiirtfla, a it will be In Nnrth
CnrtilttiA. The mm ttf the neKrnet en re nolh
Inn wh itevcr nlioiil Hlitiin and the few Indl
vliluala who 1I0 enre an-not ohrrwd rnoujih
tn run netfrn pnrty parly, or any kind itf
a purty for that matter.
A errant nf tartar baklntf tmwder. Hluhent
ufnll In leavening utmiuth. II. It. Onvern-
mrnt Hepnrt, A tin nut 17, HH9. tuly'JtMly
At inn Chrntnut itiwl: Inrsr hooM with
well ventilated rooms, hot anil cold bnth,
rloarts, ike. Hlirh toeatton, scar car tine.
I.m cool, slrv rooms, hoime newly Air.
nl'hfri : .rood tshls. Terms reasonable. Us
itntl ear lint.
MKt. J, L. MMATHKHft,
IIS Pattoa Art.
ANHW DIIHII, sanrall pnpared b lead
Ihm mrmlivrB of th AaheTllls bar (os
tiMmt pareltmtnt and hear flat paper), for
mn an iHnairv pointa, jnn on ana sow
os sale at tat ofnas of tk Cims Pynusn
ma Co , Ho, NoHb Conrt knurr flaalnt
During thiH month wo in
tend to clean out nil summer
We Imve gf)t a large stotk
of Lawns, both plain, striped
anil ehwked, which we will
How out at New York cost.
Latlies' fine I'nrasols We
Imve a few left that am worth
iflSl.fiO to f4.()0, but we will
close them out at f 2.00 each,
these a re nice desirable goods
and are going nt a biirgnin.
We have a good line of La
dies' Fine Dress (ioods mid
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced price. A good
stock of Sateens nnd (iing
liams. It will pav you to examine
our line of Table Linen Tow-
A great reduction in every
line, as we are going to make
a clean sween of all summer
goodH if close prices will do
HOSTJCimoS. & WIMdUT.
No. 11 N. Court Square.
W.A. Hi-aiii. J.V. IJijown.
No. 33 Patton 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 are offering at rock
bottom prices. Cndcrtnking
special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
relephone.day 7", night .".
The entire uttn-li l
Plated .Jewel r,
Inelmlinii Aitc MriHH-he, Itiittima and Draoc-
l-Ji-0 HE-THIRD OFFI-1-8
Kenan! km if etmt, an we Intend lo the future
tn keep nut hind but Holld Oold and
Sterling 8)1 ver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I FiniHfl IFWFI FR
South Main SI. Aahcvllle
Bpflrtanbunr, H. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE. LL. D PRES
Wolfonl CollrHT oArrs to sturtrnts la tbr
four rollrirc rlswics two iinrallrl couraca of
study, rarh IrndlnK to thr drffnv of liachclor
of Art. In nnr of whU-h MtMlcra Languaars
arr sultstltutrd for tlrrrk.
Kicnrs for thr jrrnr ran Iw met with line
Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
Thr nrtt emlon begins the 1st day of c
tolwr. I nun.
J A. OAMItWBI.I,, Hk. of Faculty
WOFFFHD COLLEoTVlTTIMO SCHOOL,
Hpartanhurg, . C,
Thr fourth Mrnlnn lirnlns th-tohrrl. I MINI,
llovs prriiarrd for Collrar. Itsiirniirs may
h c-o nnd hy Sinn a year. Huirrllon
cnrrfiii noil rontant.
A. n. MHMIIKHT.A, M., Ilrail Master,
aul.t dtlw mon writ frl
V Liquor Habit.
mm me bm MursMr0itMr
lUMtfES GOLDEN SFECIFIC
I lean b al vrn In roffit, ta. nr In artlelMinf Inry
wtibout iha knnwMm of paiinnt If mrrwtf
H ! ahMiluuix namilraa aim wtll frrt wrma
Doi and nwmy cntr. whttr lh palknt !
vrauinriniiriif uninrNir wirTi , n r.i
r4l L.M. Iltswrtum NotitilHly nnd with Mirh
"ittiiuy wiw in pniivn BwifiiM nn inrun
I IMllwtlL 1
Trninoa, ana anon
n Hita pnntli rformaiioa la
RAVHON Mr UMITH, Itrnnglntii,
AaheTllte. N, C,
an'JA dArwIy mon wed frl
Cheap Rates to all Point.
KAILMOAD TICKHTS botiffht, aoM ami
taehanKtd. Alt tranaattlont guaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Opponltc Hwannanne. lintel, aalOdtf
INIURE YOUR rHOftRTY WITH
E. J. ASTON.
ttetieral 1 ItiMrtuicc I Atrcnt,
t Rear No, SO Soatk Mala atrart.
Itatabllslwd 1SSB, Askrvllte, N, C.
rloasf, T rnnats, faltjr fsmlsliril
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New house, newly lurnlshcd, sit inn lern
Impruvcnicnts, Innic rooms, good tublc.
MRS. M. C. UOODK,
S3 College St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Atrnt for Kcrmt Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main AshrvUle, N. C,
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SAI.KM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The KtMIl Annual Kcsnlmi liei;iii AugilHt
2lh, IHiio. MeKiKler I'or linl year tll.l. SH'
eial leaUmH:-lho Itevelopmeiil or
Hvaltli. character anrt Intellect.
llullillngH tliaroiiBhl.v reinoilelnl. I'lilly
i-ttiliH-l rreiniralor.v. t'olleKlale and 1'ont
llrailuate IVpartitieutN, lieNiileN tirl cIiihh
aehooiK In MiihIc. l.anituaiteH. Com
merclal and InrtuHtrlal NludleH.
JOHN II. Cl.liWHI.I., I'rinelpal.
I. ht-rcliv irivrti Hint Hint Inne nnd Vlllllll-
nlde irmt'ttf Innil kmtwn iih the Kiver H;nd
I nrm. I vini! iiliniit hmr ami one nati mv
fnun AhIh villi-, nn the 1'remh Hnmil River,
iiiijuiiiinu tin' liinda "t Mr liuk. Hrimrl.
the Ten n 11 n I i-r Antler Mall trneti ami the
law tMiiiie ol' Al . (U-niKf Vnmlerliilt, will
in- tllvi. Utl into mnntl triu tM nml unhl nt intli
III- aui tinn alMMit the llrnt of t HMsiImt next.
Ah him hi a the Hitrvry hiiH lu-eil etiliiuiro.
Hue print the naine e m Ik hml hy mipl.v
inn at the titlia- ol I la iiIhiiii, Mnrlin .V Joiien.
7 l.tiial IM'Hk, when1 lerniH ami iiariieuun
nt nail- will Ih' inaile known.
Nt laml in tlri-oiinty otU-i yreaternttrne.
tiiw t" pim-littnep. it stivnpvhiu the eonvek
nrveol the ln nen Hromin ituwi-epn nroiino
the Strn lit rr.v Hill near the Hiingiilnw, ami
iiiilainiiiK hill, valley anil level 'ami. Htreanm
reulK nml uleim in variety ittiitu-ienl fi nal-
ihI'.v all taoti-K.
There are ammt 'JHO neren in thi Npierniti
traet oflaml. nml the Ioh w ill Ik- net npnrt
in a maimer dent eaU ulated to atlonl the tin
twt Iniililiitu. laiin ami hotel iitiH.
l-urilHT pariuiMMm win ie Kiven 10 ine
piililiv an mo n iin lite inaM are leatl.v lor ilin
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK
AHhvvlllc. N. f
P. O. Host I.
rATTTTrtN w f- naaclaa Hhae ar
vAUllUil warranted and rvrrv tmtr
Iiiim kin anuie and price alamird batiaat
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMIN.
Ftaa Calf aad ltmem4 Waterpraaf (a rain
The aieellenr and weartOK qualltletof thta
ran not be better bown than
IAD hV th(l ItMllt astsd
menu or iu UKHuands off eonatanl weareis.
00 fenalae' llaad-wads vletmat aad
O sTtVltkh dra Rhw tthlnh nimnunita Half
tsOO Ilaadwr4 Well. A One eaif aboa
v nnrquaiM for fttvU and durlilltf.
OJQ I4year writ u to lUiuUra anal
tOO Pallremaa'a rhe litinwUll adapted
9 for rallrnad men. farmer, et&
ill mad la Coof reaa, buttna and Ksftea.
$3 & $2 SHOES ld,2.,
bava hea tnnat fa mm hi f rwlved atww tntfndued
ng vttm mTm iraiinnrmrnii mM HW aillfnisT
to any ahora anlrl at thr piieML
Aak your lalrr, and If ha cannot upptT rem mm&
dln-At tn faetiinr t.rUitig advartlaad prhOa, or ft
portal for order blank.
wmmmwi avsTvcawas) mmam
WEAVER A MVEllS.
ON THE JIARKET !
Tlie"Millnril I'iiiin"of KM)
twwH, ntljtiiiiii t ho i-ity nn
tin1 pant. hIok of Itinucntri(r
Mountain, in lotn on torniH
to Hiiit the purcliaKt'i'. ll(nu
' BUILDING SITES!
Kori'Ht and fruit trion! I "11-
HUl'pilHHt'tl pll'lll'll HpotHi A
biuptin to tiny 0110 prcpnni
to tnki n liulf intort'Ht. Tin
ehi'iipi-Nt iM'ii'iino, by 11 lari
margin, now on tin1 market!
Tin' uhumI I'oiniiiiHHoii will Im
paid any 0110 liriiiLringii buy
er. Cull 011 or addi't-HH t-lio
undeiriigiiitl nt 211 Hay
wood h( reef, AMlievillo.
THK KQUITABXK LIFK
Aimrts ft 07,1 nnn III 1 u
Hiirpliis aj.njl.(i74 110
IC D. Monroe, Agt.,
A.hcvllk, N. C.
OlMiT nj Smith Main strrrt. sultl illf
Brtltor AihtTlll Cltlmii
That oar many frtrnili mar snow how wi
art grltlng oa w. will ttatt that w. took In
la lintel am, HI nr.
i,ooo In ",e Wccka.
Took In last taianlay am 7(H). $711 of
that was hotel, balancr store. Hotel regis,
tered M that day. Had S.iMKI arrlrali In
S month.. Oar at ck Is manfhioth S00 siet
Inag and IS feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come aad sr. "Old Ched" smile,
sad bay goods of os and save 10 ta B6 per
aortt dtf , . CHBDStTBB ft ION.
GLEN ROGK HOTEL.
InooFcet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flrnt elnas hotel. Hot nn.1 cold water anill baths and toilets on erery floor.
I'lrrtric Ih-IIk In rrrrr room. Ilpi-n lire In office and Rraten In bed rooms. Utrlce, dining
room lunch counter, clunr nnd news nlnnd anil linr nnd Ijllllnrrl room on first flfiorf Itlcc.
H ie street cars pass door every S(l minutcH, Richmond and IlnnTille railroad rating house..
Jit minutes for mrnla.
RATES, i.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. B. HMVAN and WAI.TKR DRKKN, ClerkM.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
Wc deliver to nil p tH of the city our own llotllinu Ksnort llccr at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
i iur liccr is ki i,l nt ii tciiiiH-rnturc of 4n iteurcea anil we gunruntcc you n fresh artMe at
nil times. TIIKTKAIIK SI'I'I'MHH FROM
. WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN Tllli STATIC.
FINK SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. A. MAStOI'ARItT. Sf'ir'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
I'OR SAI.K BY-
sheville( N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH
l'inihcl throughout In Antliiur (Ink. I'nrlor nnd
SnwrdOfik Walls lrfiiril with l.lncrustn -
ror further tnmrmiition cnu on
C. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeirerson Drive.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS,
Ikcalcraln Wall Paper, WliidowShadesnd Palcnt HmiRcrs,
Paints, (His and Varnishes,
We keep In stork Mt. l.oulsnrt Kentucby
A - Word - to - the -
The Htrlnway Pimm la still the recognised Htsndard of the World, and C. I'alk Is Klein
way's agent. The licat music people In Asheville buy It nnd take no other. It takes money
to buy It. I sell It very close, still some people cannot quite reach It, I'or these I have the
A. H. Chase I'ln which is acknowledged nnd sold by Mtelnway as not to his. The Hv'
crett IMano has lawn in demand by other houses who wanted It for this territory, but C.
I'nlk kceis II light here.
Hy my prices I msy not gel rich, but I mnkc a host of friends,
The Perrnnd Voley llrgnn will Im something new In the market nt this plncc, while
Wlleos Ac While, Klmlii.ll ft Wulvrluo I Irgiins sr. constantly demnnded and sold on good
terms. I wish It lo be understood tnst when I sell on Installments, and purchasers do not
wish to keep the Instrument, I do not retain all money paid, but return all amounts pnld
above rent. I hope the character established for lit years In Asheville will have Its weight
when you have to d cldc where to buy Flnno or other Instrument. Respectfully,
C. FALK, 35 North Ulaln St.
The ViorM Famous, anequaled, uncsvclled,
durable and beautiful
Arc recommended by the best artists. Come
and tsamlne our goods before baying else
where at No. 8T Patton avenue. Tuning
and repairing a siMdiilty,
ft M. WILLIAMS CO.
Real Estate Agent.
S NORTH MAM ST., MORGAN S BOOK STORE.
Money tossed and well secured st.S per rent.
Real Rstat bought and sold at public and
Erlvatesale. Rents collected. conducted a
ral Hstate aad Auctloa business la Charles
ton, . C tea years, and will give prompt
attention to all baslneaa pat la my chars.
Over for its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426,
ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
Reception Hull finished In (Juurtcr-
Ad 1 m
C.lors Window rtlnss. Iiotl
People - of - Asheville.
MT. MITCHELL IIOTFX,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
I AO I'HK HAY. d TO 7 PUR WIIIIK.
Nearest to Chimney Rock, Catawba
Palls and Mitchell's Peak.
)utyt4d:im HI'HAlillK Ik MOORII.
Painless lo Use.
r.-ics.Cl.OO. Sola b 11 Druggist, Sontlr
Vlila pacluga vttk Rubbw Syring h II. St
FOR 8ALB BV
RAYSOR SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C
TO weak ngn
nSWise rmes thm sM, o roaUNl eerars, nrlr
Sear, wasuaa waskisias, HA asuuWa. Msw I wlD
aeaef a TSlsabl. trsstle. f sealed) mtalalag fsU
Msaills ssedleal week i sagalifb. read by awry
ssaa wke Mi SMtrsas sad deMUtalaa. Adaras
rrsA k O. rvmiMm, Wssskas, Oseaa.
atwd dw ly
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