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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1800.
THE1 DAILV CITIZEN.
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TsnB DAII.V CITIXKN
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J. CAKHON'8 NUW8 STOKH, Nurth Court
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, IK'.M).
For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. 8. MliKKIMIIN.
For Associate Justice of the Hupmnv Court
HON. WALTliK CI.AMK.
tat district l
Cko It. Hkows. .ir.,of Hcnuiort
Hhnkv R Hsv , of Crnvcn.
Sl'IKH WlllTlKKK, Ol Wllkr.
K. W. Wisa-roN, of I'.riinvilk'.
It. T Hiivkim. ol Sump-ton.
I a u km li. McIvkk, of Moore,
M V. AkMFiKi.lt. ol Iredell.
Ino. tiMAV HVNI'M. of Murkc.
-'VY. A. HoKK. of Lincoln.
PON KOI.ICITOH :
lat rllatrlet J II. Iti.oi'NT. of reripilnmns.
2d iliNtrict J. M Khizzamo, of Itniil'ioi
:iil district Jso. K. Womlnrd. of Wilann.
th flmlrlft K. W I'ol . ir , of Johiiaion.
Dth districte-H. 8. IA K K KU, of Alnmunce.
ttth diatrirl o. II. Ai.i.kn, of Lenoir.
7th district FKANK McNkii.i., of Nii-hmond
Nth diatrlit II. I'. I.osil, ol I reck II
tlth diatriitt VY. W. IUKHKH. of Wilkes,
tilth iliatrict V. C. NhWl.AMi. ol i'iildv.t-11
tlth illalrlct K l.tlanoliNH of Mcckleiiliul't!
l.'th diatrirl liKd. ...ohH, of Mm-on.
W. A. II. Unwell, of Mrilufort
-B. I' C.kaiiv, of Inipiiu.
-II. II. Hi . of Na-li
-A. II. A. Wll.l.lAMa, ol C.riinvillr
-H. H. ALKXAMikk. of Meiklcn
:id diatri l
-I 8. f I KMIKMSON, of Rowun.
-W. II II. Cowi.Ka. of Wilkes.
-W. T. CK.WVfoKli, of lluvivood
Kwart and the Alliance.
"Mr. liwnrt nililresscil an imtiivitsv
maHS niiCtiiiK lit Franklin on t lie L'liili
intit. Manv lik-lnnu lcniH-riils riccltircil
their intention to vote lor him. Tliis
meeting was eallcil hv the dinners' iilli
anct', an orj-iiniziition til' which Mr
liwnrt it a prominent ami iulliiciilial
The loR'tjoins in I'rum the Aslic villi-
I'armer and Mtvhnnic, rviilentlvwi ciillid
Iki-.iusc it is in vvmpalhy with licit In i
Ix't tin examine into Mr. II. C. llw.irt V
lonntvticin with the nlliam-c. A ureal
ileal has liecn made of the alleged fact hv
Mr. Ewart's fricmla. They eem to lie
very proud of their eamlidale'ii eoiniee-
tiiin with tin- larim-rs. Is it n lefiiliniate
We Ix'lieve it will aatunisli manv mem
here of the nllianee that Mr. Kwart
should huve Ut'ii thought elifiililv to
memlieriihip in the order; that he almnl.l
have had the lirasii even tu make appli
cation for memliendiip.
Mr. Kwart wan admitteil into the alii
a nee at a mecliiiK of an olwure Inn
worthy Hulwilliaiicc near lii home in
llendernoiiville. Hid tliciiiiinlKTHol' thai
aiili-atlianee know then what inn fact
that Mr. Kwart wan, and in, a lawver
by pmleHsioii and therefore not to lie
thought of im a mcmlier of the alliance '!
We tniial of course ncipiit them ol thia
kuowledKe. Had the ollinsive fact luen
known to them thev would ol eoiirNv not
have allowed the name of II. 0. Kwart
I lawyer liy prolcsaion, to no on to their
rolls. There in lint one course oien to
them now, however; (jive up their char
ter or ilrtkc Mr. liwai t' name ull'of the
list ol their ineinlKrs and puMinli the
What of Mr. liwart'H action in this
matter? Knowing that he wan inclifji
die he join the alliance in an out-of-the-way
place, livlicviiiK that once in the
tinier hii manner of)cttiiiK in would not
lie examined. Mr. Kwart knows that lie
needs all the help he can get in this cam
IMtin : Ilis politicnlconditionis di-H-nilc.
With W. T. Crawford in the field he
doubtless fcela that his chauees of beiui
returned to coiifritis are slim indeed
Hence his reliance on the alliance to pull
Imn through. Mr. Kwart mis made a
DpeskerReed Kluht For Once.
It a pleasure to turn Ironi criticism of
Sienkcr Reed and eouunend him ; a pleas
ure because it reveals that he is not
wholly given over to tyranny, but now
and then has intervals of deccm-v that
ive os some hotie vet for that branch of
the human race located in Maine ami Ik--
loiiKinx to the republican party.
In his sieecli nt Portland Mr. Kccd
IMiinted out the grcnt loss of time to the
business of the country caused by ad
journment ot congress on the death of a
member and the devoting of a day for
the pronouncitiK of eulogies on his char
acter. There arc now before the house resolu
tions providing for such ailjoiirninciita
that will consume "i days' time.
What good interest is subserved by thus
culling a halt on business? We should
like to have one xiiiited out. No one
rends the speeches made nt such times
unless it is found ns in the case of Sena
tor Ingulls that there has liecn plagiar
ism of one dead man's writings to tlo a
dishonest service lor another. Senators'
and representatives' sieeches on such oe
ensions arc generally "sloppy" in the ex
treme nnd not infrequently obviously
lusinetri! and perfunctory. It should Ik
remembered too that it is not often the
case that nil the senators or all the rcp
entativei take part in these ceremonies.
On the contrary, the eulogies are gener
ally delivered before M handful ol mem
bers and not more than half a down of
those are really following the Sienker,
while the majority arc out of the chamber
If "proper respect" for the memory of
dead senator or dead representative
means a gathering' of his associates to
listen to eulogies let it be done iu a proper
way,' and not nt the expense of taxpay
ers already overburdened. Let the mem
bers gather in the capitol or In u
church on Sunday. 1 Let the holy spirit of
that day enter Into and become part of
proceeding. Let no man lift up his voice
except with an honest purpose, faithfully
carried out, to speak from heart that
compels the tribute. .And, when the lost
sincere word is spoken let the meeting
adjourn with prayer whether it has been
in session fifteen minutes or three hours.
Kkasti'S Winan, who may be said
without lack of courtesy to have the an
nexation of Canada on the brain, says
the result to lie achieved by the oicra
liou of Senator Sherman's Canadian rec
iprocity resolution so far ns trade and
commerce are concerned will equal those
accomplished by the declaration of inclc
liendciKT and war of the revolution. Mr.
Winan Kiiuts out that reciprocity with
the Dominion "will bring within the
control of this country the product of
rctiioiis ol arable soil far exceediiii; those
ot the United Slates, coal territories
tlT.HO" miles in extent, a coast line of
fisheries "i.tKMI miles long, mineral wealth
over in Nova Scotia and .New Ilruuswick
within sight of New England, testified
by the governor to licgrcater than that of
New York and Pennsylvania ciuuliiacd
Tin; Cii'ii.n believes that nothing but
good to both countries could come out
ol absolute free trade lu'lwccn them.
Kvkn little Hickory has u fair and a
good one too. The Press and Carolinian
"Never has there Iha'ii such a crowd as
was at the Hickorv lair last year uatlt
ml together in Catawba county. And
whv should not all these ret urn and bring
t hers with them '! Last year's lair was
i success, ami this vein 's exhibits will lie
doubled, the accommodations much liet-
ter and the amusement lea tine given
more attention. I he scaling capacity
lias been increased 0,01 ill."
Come, gentlemen ol Ashcville, rise to
the occasion. Trot old HiiiicoiiiIk to the
it nut ami show Westc n North Carolina
that the place to learn about fairs is right
If ik good news that fourteen rcpubli
can paK'rs in the district misrepresented
by Joseph l. Cannon have bolted him on
account ol his vulgursiecch in the house
The ladies are organizing clubs for the
purpose of getting their husbands and
sous to vole against Cannon. The no
pie ol the district led disgraced and liu
initiated at his conduct, and well thev
may. It is astonishing that he whs rc
nominated the day aller making the in
1 liven t remark he did.
Tun (Jiiay iiewspaK'rs and his friends
denounce Representative Kennedy, of
Ohio, lor his attack on the republican
party leader. They say it was abusive
shamcltil, and the like, lint note this-
uot one ol them has said that il was un
truthful : that it was not absolutely ac
curate in every word. Nor has itiinv
oH'iied his mouth to defend Ilis charac
ter; probable he liy this time sccstlmt he
MIHK'iKS il- Snh TII .'.l'". V.l.
The Concord Standard will be enlarged
if Editor Cook gets half the encourage
ment that Ilis good paK-r deserves.
The Inirhuni I'dobc is coining to the
front ih leaps 'J'i led long and in the
Kviu the worm will turn when trod
upon, ami the editor of the Hickory Press
and Carolinian knows prcttv uearlv
whereto draw I he line. "We are nl
wavs willing to publish a reasonable
.1011 mi ill ol 1 in is v or poetic cxprcslious of
unci at the loss ol dear ones, hut we
have not the tunc to ligure out and cor
rect nine pages of badly written, worse
SK'llcd and entirely uupuiiclnaled pencil
matter. Such a rcoucst from an old
subscrilicr would lie bad enough, but
coming from one who is not even a sub
scriher is a little too much. We beg to
The Western I'ariner and Mechanic is
1 new Republican pacr just started iu
Ashcville I v Messrs. St a mil and Morris.
Such a paKT with such a name reads
liken 'woll in sheep's clothing." Hick
orv Press and Carolinian. Rather, as a
matter of fact, it is a sheep iu sheep's
XnKTII LWKOUXA l-i'l.KS.
The marriage of Kev. Dr. Ilobbitt and
Miss llaltie llarvcv, of iMirlmin. is an
nounced lor the 17th instant.
The mnrriage of Miss Clara llrueli nnd
Mr. Martin Aiilrecht. of Raleigh wns
celebrated nt (ioldslHiro a dnv or two
Prof.Chas.il. Mclver. who has lieen
prominent in the educational -world for
some years, will make Charlotte his
Married, at the home of Mrs. Nellie
Itrfiwi l.ilM'rtv liatt Su'iiittimttifi
- - .
Itrouv-'r to Mr. liittii'M A. IlinliVt' of lit,.
ton. i.enoir coiiniv. Kev. 1. L. mic mux
Tavlor llillanl. of Rockingham, went
over into Alamance looking for hands to
cure tobacco. The News savs "he found
no hands, but he found 11 wile in the ier
son of Miss Mary lienny, ut Simpson
Mutinies, near town, whom he brought
here, where they were joined.
At n cotton gin near Auburn, this
county, Mr. P, II. dower, an aged gen
tleman had his hand very limlly crushed
and his arms broken in two places
liy Having it caught in the gin.
Mr. (iower is a most excellent gen
tleman and lather of Mr. Koin II.
liowcr, the democratic candidate for the
house of representatives Irum lahusliin
county. Stale Chronicle.
There was n Jew in tl.c town of Wilson
says the Marion I'ree ($1,511 er year
however! Lance, who once wanted to be
nominated and the nomination was
enuivaient to an election on the dem
ernlic ticket as nldcrmnn of the Fifth
ward. He was telling what he would do
when elected. He said: "Pjr tains, we
will pave the town, issue bonds to lie
iiaid in twentv yenrs and derive all the
lieiK'fits from the improvements, and
make our children pny for it,"
Khhsjt on th Mans.
I'rom the Wilson Mirror.
iook nt the hand. A little organ, but
how curiously wrought. How manifold
and necessary are its functions! What
an agent hits it lcen for the wants and
designs of man I What would the mind
be without it r How husit muulifed and
mnde palpable the conceptions of that
mind? It wrought the stutue of Mem
non, and hung the brnr.cn gates of The
bes: it fixed the mariner's trembling
needle upon its axis; it arranged the
tulws of Oililoe; it reefed the top sails of
Columbus; it held the sword with which
freedom fought her battle; poised the axe
of the dauntless woodman; opened the
path of civilisation. It turned the mvs
tic leaves upon which Milton and Shake
speare inscribed their burning thoughts;
it signed the charter of England's liberty;
and its vigorous application to a certain
portion of the anatomy has made many
a little boy saddest when be sits.
Mr. Boston Wallace, one of the prohi
bition candidates for the legislature from
Mecklenburg county, has withdrawn
Justice Wesley Whitnker, who has long
affiliated with the republican party ol
Wake county, has expressed himself to
the chairman of the democratic county
committee us thoroughly disgusted with
the republican party, and henceforth hi
des! red to Ik considered in the ranks of
the white man with the democratic
It is to the shame ol the State that in
the face of a record well known to the
north and west, Polk and his g.iug
should vex us with innuendoes touching
the lailhtidncKS to the farmer of a man
who, before Polk was heard of, stood
forth the champion of the agricultural
class, whose pros-writ v is the prosK'r
ily of the South. Cor. Slalcsviilc Land
mark. ( ire of the nominees of the convention,
last Monday, ami one very prominent in
the alliance organization, in s-H-nkiug of
why he could support Senator Vance,
said, "that back in war times, when he
was hungry, Vance fed him, when he
was naked, that he clothed him, and
when imprisoned, that he liberated him,
ami he could not go back on the Sena
tor." Taylorsville Index. What's the
name, esteemed Index ?
When Commissioner Robinson and
I'rolcssor Massey were holding a farm
ers' institute at Franklin, Macon county.
Cougresman Kwart demanded a "divis
ion ol lime. I hey told him they were
not Hiliiical sicakcrs and of course
could not divide time, but must continue
their institute work. He talked as
though he was a hadlv treated man lie
cause they would not "divide."
If the republicans capture the legisla
ture this year, thev will redislriet the
state so as to secure n larger rcprcsenla'
tiou in congress nnd in the state senate
they will overturn the ciiiiuly govern
incut system and remand the K'ople of
the eastern counties to negro rule; tncy
will rccoguixc all our asylum and priu-
tciiti.ny hoards anilolhcr institutions liy
turning out the democratic officials in a
word, they will give us a return to the
rule ol lM(iS-Ti'.). Kalcigh tiir clc;
A Kalcigh siecial says: C ilonel L. I..
Polk has left here tor Washington city in
company with K. C, Smith, chairman of
the democratic stale executive commit
tee. It is the belief that their visit there
has something to do with the settlement,
if possible, of the dispute between Polk
and Senator Vance, or rather the stop
page ol the attacks ol 1'olk on ancc,
which have aroused so much feeling.
The farmers' alliance of this enmity met
here I'riday, and although its proceed
ings were secret, yet a statement ne
c.iiiie current that it was decided that
Vance should not lie uulugouii-ctl.
When the nominations iu Rolicsoii
county are made, I waul Merry Codwin
to scud a team oat in the country and
bring iu a "hundred foot Mle," ami I
want the ladies of l.iimU'rtou to make a
glorious democratic banner, with a
flourishing town painted on one side of
il anda thriving (arm 011 the other, and
then I want the democrats, Miancc, law
yers, merchants, and all together, on
some beautilul sunlit afternoon, lliag it
to the breeze. Ia'I there lie inscribed on
its folds, "I'mly, Harmony, Victory."
Ia-i Owen Norineiil make the sH'cch, and
Major l'oH.'say .linen to Ihcprovccdiiigs
and I shall believe the spirit of Thomas
Iclf'-rsou and Andrew Jackson slill ani
mates the breasts of Kolicson ilcniocrals,
whether they lie nlliaticcmcii or not.
Stall' Cor. Kobscsoniun. That's the
Plain Talk About a Thief.
Prom the I'hiludi'lphln News, rvMihlietin.
The eotintr.i knows thtit Matthew Stanlei
(Jiuiy Is one of the Iiiku at rnwi-nla nut of inil.
It knowa that he Is a man whose wool Is
worthies, whose trt-m-lirrv la notorious,
whose dissipated hnliita nrc fl nHtinnnt ly
word, nnil whose avlliahnraa anil cowardice
re monumentiil. The country knowa tlmt
tjuiiy hna liet-n char-trd withmveitinultrllica,
and thnt he did not rrfute the i-hurtfe. It
knows thiii ho wns n venal Irgislnior, nnd n
crooked state treasurer: nnd thnt. after em
iH'Xxling pevrrnl hundred thnuaunila of the
atnte funda, he waa only prevented from car
rying out his threat of jumping from the
third atory window of n llnrrishurg hotel, or
''rowniiiK himself in the 8usiuehnnna, liy
lion Cameron's inakiu1: good the stolen
The cmkr'kr. M. 8. ijuny. who now de-icnidi-a
this eoiumonwealth liy api-cnring In
Washington na one ot her 1'nltrd Statea sena
tors, hna hia HnuTr eluti-hed upon the throat
of the republican parly. He la proatltutina
the pnrty to hia own srlflah purpoaea. He la
tnakiiiK the name "repiihlicaniam" aynony
moua with rascality. lying sndateallng; nnd,
were there n miiionul election this year, the
repuhllrnn pnrty would lie defeated.
A cream of tartar haklnff oowder. Htichrat
of nil In leavening- strength. U. H. (Invent-
men i Keport, Auaust 17, lnnu. luiyatimy
MISS BESSIE JUSTICE,
AT MHH. SMITH'S OI.I) STAND,
No. 4-0 North Main Street. (Up Htalrs).
K. H. BR ITT-
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUIUJER.
Also grnillng of all kinds dose. All orders
promptlyllled nnd work guaranteed. Can
be found at all times at Urnhnm's Cotton
rn cool, air;
iu ; eooa can
street ear Una.
S rooms, house newly fur
i. Terms reasonable. On
MMtt. J. L. BMATHBRB,
B18 Patton Ave.
not yt iippoarod but lio
will bn "nippoil iu Uio biul"'
lmiiiviisc Hliuc Htock
now iiiTiving nt Uoslir Hros.
Jc Wright's. Prin'shi inci--t.
Hit- pocket ofi-vi'i',ylo'l,v. IjII-tlii-H
may look for rniv In nls
in Dichh (iooils, us our Imi,vt
is now in Moi'Mit'i'ii nnuki'ts
spcurinjj; llic Inlcst. A few
NUiiimor n'tioils yi'l nl jiivi'
HOtiTH- IMtOS. & WKKillT,
No. 11 N. Court Sqimiv.
W. A. Mi.Aiit. J. V. Uiiowx.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We nre now reinly, anil in
vite our frienils and 1 he pub
lic jji-nenilly to cull and ex
amine our well selected stock
Wliidi we are offcriiif-'at rock
bottom prices. ruertakin
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or nifilit.
Telephone, day 7". niji'lit '".
The entire nlm-h ot
Plated Jewel r ,
liii'lutlitiK rttie ltriMHhi-it, lluttona unil llracc-
Ke-ianlletis of coat, na c intend In the future
to keep nothinic hut 8olld tlold and
Sterling Silver erelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
bbnwMiv sfik.ii bbkiif
South Mala St. Ashevlllc.
ON THEMARKET !
TheMillard Farm" of 100
neres, atljoininjj: the city on
the east sloe of Iteaucatcher
Mountain, in lots on terms
to suit the purchaser. Ilenu
tiful BUILDING SITES!
Forest and fruit trees! I'n
surpassed garden spots! A
bargain to any one prepared
to taken half interest. The
cheapest acreage, by a larjfe
marj:in, now on the market!
The usual coinmisson will be
paid any one bring-iiitf h buy
er. Call on or adtTivsa thi'
undersigned at 211 Hay
wood Htrect, Ashoville.
V Liquor Habit.
mmmr wu natrs mrtM an
flMiftS GOLDEN SFEC1FIL
Itran b given In cx(Te, left, or In ftrtlclMnt I m k,
WUhoat Ihe knowriHlirof mak'nt If nvcrmwry ;
li It thwIulHy hArmlrnl nno will effort pmrmn
DMt and npMMly cure, wlmther the iNUlent to
K(idri.tdiiiikernrftniiloliollr wn'rh. IT NKv
K VAIUL. llitnmrtrm ssn iut-Hv ami with Mirh
oortkUitv ttiM the fmilcnt underffoaii no Inron
venlenoi. maa toon hie pomulete n-forniktlon to
4Mie4T m PNT book fnw. Tb be tud of
StAYSOR ft SMITH. Drncglete,
Aeherlllc. N. C,
AailS d&wly aion wed IH
New house, newly furniahed, all mo lern
Impruvements, large roonia, Ijooil tublr.
mrh, m. c. tiooni:,
5,f ColleKe Nt.
J A MICH FRANK,
nsAi.sa in "
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Amnt for Keemi Cnrk Woolen Mills.
North Mill" '"villi. N. C
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
HAI.KM. N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet of Central PaHHenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
The XPIIl AiiiiiiiiI Heaaiou liiKina Aliun-I
'JHlh, IKPIl. I'i'ulali-r for Inal yi'lir :il."i. 8K-
ihil li-iitiiiva:- lli IM-veloimient of
lit-allli, t'lmriu-tcr micl lulellfct.
Iluililliiua llnir.iiiulily nmodrlid. I'ully
i'ipiipH-il Civpiiriltor.v. i'otlriate nnd Co!
Crililuiltr lii-purlilli-llla, hiaiilia that elliaa
ailioola ill .M.iHle, l.illiuuaitl'H, Com.
mvrc-lHl h.icI liidiiMtrlal NtudlcH.
JOHN II. i l.liW i: 1. 1.. I'rimlpul.
Ih hm-hv Kivt'ti that tlmt lime and v.ihm
nldt- tiriit nl' IiiihI known " the Hivir Id ml
l-niMi, I vim; alMMit linir inn I nv hsU in i lot
1'nmi A-tli'-villt-, on tin- I'mit h Itnnnl Miv r.
(I'liiilnhm the linnl- I' Mr 1'ittk, ilnnmrlv
tin- lYmiitiit -r AntUr Hull tru. ti mi.l tbi
fnrut" rHiiiir nl' M-. lioirui' ViiinU'i'iilt, will
Ih itivi 'ml intu himiiI! tiiit tH nml nt (miIi-
lii- Mtit tiun :ihoMt tin- iir.t ol h-tttlirr m-xt.
senlt no tilt miii-vi-v Iiiih Imtii fimiliktril,
hlui' print- o ih. ifum-' fin Im- IumI Ii.v iimiI
i it t tin- ittlit-v "I ln itUon, MnrtinX- Junot,
7 l.rmil HI 'fk. wlnrr toiitH nml imrtituliim
tt'wiilr vmM tu' mn -It' kniiwn
bin. I in tliwt-iMini v t'tlftt umiliTntlrm
tit ni In lum IwiHi-rt. il Ki't-iipMim Uu- ii hi vi
rnrvt'i'l'iiii' l'r- mil Hr-'inl it wifp nrouixl
thi' Stnt - l.rrr.v Mill nt-ar the Hiinualnw, nml
t-oiiitiiiiiiiii hiU, vnlU y nml U-vtal -ini-l. Mn iiiiim.
i.irvstH mtil kIoih in vnrit t.v miilititiU l-t mil
IttlV illl tllttrK.
Tht-re im almiit lisu ihti'h in tlilt iph-'tUil
inu t of lantl, ami th- loi will Ik- nt ii"i l
in n tniititu-r ht-Ht oiloilatt d to attonl the An-
tt Innhliii, tanti mil lioli-l iU.
l-'nrthrr piirtimliirM will Ik jjivoi tn the
pnidii- no hooii im the inn im nre ready lor ili
trit'iittoii niiU'J.'.iliV w'Jw
WM. R, PENNIMAN,
.HE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS
Ashcville, N. C.
.. lio at P.
PaTTPIfiV V. I,. Raasla. Hhaea si-a
uAUllUIl wnrrnnlrd. and errf pair
Tina ills unmr ana pnee siampra an naiiaat.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLCMEN.
Fin Cnir mn4 lae4 Walerrr l-lralta
The etrellrn(e unit wrarins qtmlltlMinr thf ahn
runnnt In ht-tt-r-r nh.iwn than ly tbrsinme udon
niruu fie nm hm)umji.i ui ruttuui wMivra.
iBsOO Hen ii I ne Iliinil--ewe4, an elecnt nil
ft m Jm II
r udiuIIhI for tylo and durai.llltjr,
tvhaii ilrt hhof which etttntnnuili ttAfU.
nn4fwrl Well. A flu cli bbue
iiiubIIhI for at via and duradllltv.
IflfMiilienr Writ to Um Handard dnal
Mho, ai a prinular price.
30 Pollremnn'n Hhnr l tpeclallj Adapted
mr raiinwi nirn, larrnrrn, vie.
All madi. In UinvmM, button and lcm.
$3 & $2 SHOES tt&ls,
have bwi mnat favorahlv ffcelvrd alne lBtmdirf4
and the rrrrnt lnii.rivtnirnta make theot tupejlur
UM ""7 PiHsrs" paiii all iiritf-r.
Auk your lrali-r, and If he cannot eapnlv rtm
dlrret In fartorv rncloaltif a4TartlMl price or ft
postal nor m.ir ihriik.
W. Im irUt-ULAS. Brftcktftftf Hui
WK4VKR Ac MYERS.
H.IItnr A hcv ilk Cltlicn :
Thnt our nmny frfrnile mnv know liow wr
an icettlnu un wc will Mntr thnt we took in
in Hotel nni. Htorc
99.000 In -Vive Wccki.
Took In Inut Kntunlnr ver 7tHi. $7ft ui
thnt wm hotel. Italnncc at ore. Hotel rrKi
tered n thnt tiny. II nd (l.tHMi univaU In
month. Ilumt t k in mnminnth :iiM feet
Ionic Nnd in feet wide. Tell the ha In nee u
the world to rome nnd are 'Mild Ched" amlle.
nnd buy (tnoiliiof ua mid aave Itl to 110 pe
novlAdt 8. R. ClllihHHTKN At H4N.
The World Pitmoua, unerjunted. uneaiTlkd,
durable and lieautlfiil
Are reeommrndi'd liv the heat artlats. Come
ami efuonlne ouraoods liefnre tiuyln-i else
where nt No. RT I'nlton avenue. Tuning
and reiuilrlntt- n acinttv.
a M. WILLIAMS CO.
Real Estate Ajfcnt.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., MOHOAN'S BOOK 8T0RE.
Money limned nnd well arenred nt M ier cent,
Rrnl Katnie liouuht and sold at pulillc and
Iirlvnte anle. Kent, colleeted. I eondueted a
lent I'atute nnd Auetlon tm.lneaa In Chnrlea.
ton, S. C, ten years, and will alee iirnmpt
attention to all business put In my charge.
u.iiiu 1 .. wiiiitiuri.
12 ffiSz iSi
Tilcfl.ll.OO. Bol4V--BnifS.t. Ssntli
Vbln faekagi ni Ilnbbw Byrlng to 11.64
POIt SALU BY
RAYSON s SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0
TO WEAK MEN
Snnsrlns ntHn Ih. .ffart. of ynuthral wims, awtf
Stata-r, waaUna wsakn-sM, loat mauhooo, c, 1 wiu
Stnd TtliMbH) InstlMlMlnll evntslJlnf full
wtletiltnifnr bom. ears, FRIfof ehars. a
sphndid SMdkatl work i should fl-a imi by -met
sun who Is narrow and oablllltMI. AMrm
rrsC. V. 0. rWLE, tumt, Vmmm,
sots daw i '
A modern drat elnaa hotel. Hot and eold water nnd lintha nnd toilets on every floor.
Illi'i'trie hrlla in every room. Open lire In office und urntea in lied rooms. Oftii-c, dlnlnti
room, luni'h counter. ciKiir nnd ncwa atnnd and tmr nml liillinnl room on first lloor. Hire
trie street enra paaa door every lid minulea. Kiehniond nnd Danville railroad CHtinti house.
Jll ntinutea for tncala.
RATKH, Sa.co PKR AV.
A. G. ILIIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. HR VAN and WAI.TI.H ORKKN, CIrkH.
AT : AUCTION!
Tb.' rollowiiiK nt rit-t l.v S 1 1F-KIM S I-: rMH.v
RIGHT IN THE BETPART OF THE CITY.
1st Tlic.l. II. Iiti' rnM-rt,v, corii.-r tf ('lirnlniit nml Lili
(rt.v ulnt'ts, lOOx.'l?.", in 'A Kits, 1()(xir(), rtirniT
Clii'sliiut nml LilM'i-t.v, I.'l.-.100 on Liln-rty, inclnil
X (lio (Iwclliii', nml 1)0x1(10 cui iici' Hroml an.l Lib
2inl Lilici'ty Siinnrt', Joo.xloo, ctiniiT Itrnail, LilMTtya-nd
Hortk'i' uti'tt'ts ilivi.lcil into ItitH tif .onvcnii'iit Hizt,
nnd then ns n wliolc
:trl Tho lot on l.iln'i'l.v strivl. north of Mr. (JiMiit's, 12."ix
00 iliviil.'il into lots front inn' on l-iln-rty nnd Uonh'r
Ilh Tin' lot rorni'i llillsiili- ;in. IjIm'i I.v n tin west, side
of l-ilicrty. l."50sJO.", dividi'd into lots.
.""th I'ivi- linclots north sitlo Nmm'.v strtn't, ni-ai McrriiiKMi
nv.iuit'. looxj:) fft.
All tin nbovo tin.' iroHrty, t'xci-pt t Im lot i-oriar Clu'st
nnt nml Liltfi't y, artM'ovcHMl with line oak nrv.'8. The
suit; will tnku ilact'
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th,
at 10 oYloi'k. a. in., and at tho sumo timo will Im' stild that
LARUE AND VALl'AIILE UWEUNG
on tlu north sitlc of (licstnut street at the heml of Itrid
ntreet (lot 100x100) now occupied by Col. U. (1. Dun.
GWYN & WEST,
Southeast Court Square.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'lnlahrd thniu-ihoiit In Antlnue link. I'arlor and Reception Hull fliilahcd Iu Uunrtcr
Mawcdiinh Wnlla drntird with l.lnerusta-Walton.
I'm- further Information call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeflenion Drive.
THK IvUUITAIILIt LII--K
Asarla $1(IT,1 0(I,.1H0.) !l
Hurplus ', aa.sl!ll,n74.Un
A.b.vllU, N. C.
-Oil South M aln stmt. au 18 dtf
TI.ANTIC COAST I.INB
(tn and after this date the fnttuwliiit at heil-,
ulea will lie run over lta"ColiiinlilslHvtaliin."
No. Oil -Leaves Columliia D.illl p. tn
Arrives at Charleston 9.HII p. nt.
No. 113 leaves Charleston..,..-... 7.1" a. m.
Arrives atCnlumliln 11. BS n. ni.
CnnnectliiK with trains to and from all
points on th. Charlotta, Columbia An.
suata and Columbia St Orararulc Railroad..
T. M. KMKSSftN, Oen. Pass, At.
I. P. DKVINH. Oest Sunt.
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