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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1K.
HE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KUKR TRINTtNO CO.
Thh PaiuitCitiikii. Urimwrntlc, in pubHuhrd
Ttry afternoon t.ictpt Bunilay) at the fal
I.wina raui-ilmltr cmnh:
THK DII V CITIZKM
I, on Hale at the following place, in Anhcvllli'
BATTBRV PARK NBWn STAND.
IILKN HOCK NKWS STANK.
J. CAKSON'H NBW8 STORK. Nurth Court
THURSDAY. SKI'TKMlUvR 11, tsito.
I'.ir Chief .limtU-c of llu Suprt-nic Court :
HON. A. 8. MliNKIMON.
I'or Aoiiute.ullw of the Muprvme Court
HON. WAI.TUR CI.AKK.
Put. MI'I'I.KION COI HTJI'lH'lt'
Ihi etiKtrit't i'.ko II. IIkow jr., of Ik-miliirt
I'd iliHliul HiiMiv H llm as, ill cnitcii.
4th ilimrKl Ml'lhN WIIITAKKM. of Wllkv,
ftth dintrit'i K. W. Winston, nf c.nui villi-,
lllh ilimrii-1 li. T Movkis, ol Snmpum.
7lh ilimrU't Iamnh II. McIvkh, of Moure.
Kill ilmlriit-R I'. Akmi ihi.ii. ol Imlill.
Huh lllHrti'l no. Uhiv ItVM M. of Iturkiv
1 1 th dimm-i "V. A. Hiikk, of l.iiu-olu.
lut dintiirt II. Hi.iiint, of l'vritliniaMN.
L'iI itiMlru-lj. M. rKt2Akli, of lliilitiix
'til iliNtrit-l j.Mi. li. Wooilaril. of WiUon.
lh ilinlrk-l lv. V I'or. ir , of Jolumlon.
filh iltHlrivt li. S. 1'AHKKK. ol AliimuiHt'.
Uth ilimrn-t li. II. ai.i.k. ol l.t'imir.
7tli iiiNiru-t-l'KAK McNeil. I., ol kuhimmil
NOi ilitn,-t It. I-'. l.oMi, ol In-iLII.
tun tliwtru-t W. W. IUkiiku. ol Vilki-n.
loth tli.lrii-l W. C. Nkn i. ami, ol Cnlilwcll
I I th ilimrli'l -I- I.OMum.Nii.ul Mivkli uliurK
1 'lll iln.trii-1 i.kii. ..J,im:h, ol Miu-oil.
I'OK CO.NokKiis :
W. A. II. llu Wi ll, ol lli'iliilorl
II r i'kwiy, "l lpll.
-II. II. Ill vv ,il Xn-.ll.
-A. II A. Wil l I u. ul Cninvllli--8.
M. AI.kxamikm, of Mft-kkn
3,1 iliHlii t
1 8. IImmiknhiis, of Rowan.
-W. II II. Cow i.kii. of Wilktu.
-W. T ChawKiikii, of Huvwooil
It All UcpvudH.
Tin: liiitniiii will ritnimi possilily Ik
pruimcil tlirnueh aiiiuf, iml mailc ti
i mi t nil u nToii who m mill's awnv.
The lurt'iiinj; wim mii'iit an assertion
liy thf New OHi'iins Tii-ayum.- tlial tin
'Hiwcr of hypnotism cmi In- i-xt'rvisril
with iinmrtliatv nunlm In an n'rator
thotisunil miles iiwhv Itom the incliviil-
tial seltvtcil for a milijtvt."
The L'onstitntion calls this imtisensi'
lint it nil (li'ienils. There are thoronhlv
well eMalilisheil eases iersoiis liciiij;
mesmerieil ami tohl when in tll.it state
to ilo a eertain tiling a il.iv or two alter,
naming hour and minute. Titer almost
inrarialilvilo the net il the mesmerist will-
it, though then in possession ol' all tluii
HA'tiseH ami eoimnon sense hcsiilcH. Tim
fart iIih-s not entirely verily the fieri
.Mine's assertion, hut is ol a kiml akin to
it anil harilly less wonilerlul. The writer
has liccn present when Krsous in a mes
meric trance have pretty accurately il
erilieil a house interior several htimlreil
miles n way anil which neither the mis
mi rit.1 nor the mesmericil hail ever vis
ltA.il. lxil.iin this soiitelioily ; the lact is
There seems to lie niiv case of the
liappy tamily iiiiioiih the reiuililicaiiH ol
Kansas. The lesiilniiissiouists sav in
"We arraign the party iikiii.ij,'its in
this state asilisloyal to the principles anil
iinlaitlitul to tile interests ol the republi
can party. We eharue that they have
put the party in Kansas out of harmony
with the national reniililican party anil
therehy absolve us Ir, ml all olilijj.itions
to loiiLer nckuowlcoo,c their leailerslup.
Lured by seiluctive smiles of impraetieal
visionaries they have eommittetl the
party to exlruvapiiicicsaml lollies which
unless promptly corrected, will bankrupt
and ilc-Hipulalc the stale."
The rcsiibmiis are w rniu; in one parlic
iil.tr. II the Kansas repiiblicaiiK have
been cktrava-jaut, so far Irom lieinu out
of sympathy with the national republi
can party they have established their
Ntroiiucst claim to sieeial reeoKiiition by
that party. liMr.ivaK.ince with tax
payers' money is a leadiii); leature of
national repiihlieanisiii these day s and is
it cause for real alarm.
Mlroiiu oterimieula unci Klnlerw.
The fitct is sotnetimes renrelted here
that we have not a "strong noveriiiiient"
such as l-aiijlaiid, lor instance, has. Hut the
riot at Southampton yesterday shows,
as others abroad have heretofore slmwn,
not only that excited human nature is
nlsHit the same the world over, but also
that the caec may Ix- broken as readily
under one of the so-called "si runt; i.Mpvcrii
ments" as under our own. The list ol
wounded at the Southampton affair
promises to eipial that of manv fin en
Kauemcnt diirin,' the late war, while it
may provoke even more serious const-.
iirniv. An account of such a trouble,
bristling as it dors with bayonets and
rmphasi'd with "furiouseharnes," "hall
earitidm," and like phrases associated
usually with death and sufTcrinu;, is estv
eiallv painful reading in times of peace.
There is a valitnlile lesson it the few
paragraphs Tllli CrriiiliN devoted tn Liu
ville yesterday. Here is u set nf men
who are willinx to n'leud a sum of money
that would muke our eitv fathers hesi
tate, in starting n town that cannot ks
sibly rival Asheville for years to cume, if
ever. Anil yet the plans for rnnkinu an
attractive resort lire more comprehen
sive than nny vet projected for this city,
favored above all others in climate, ac
cessibility, and natural Uauty. The let
son is thnt if Asheville wants to make
money she must Sieii(l it; have better
paved streets, better sidewalk,, parks,
annual fair ami nil the other attrac
tions of a model eitv.
A laruk number of Philadelphia repub
licans have denounced (Juay nnd I Milted
his name lor governor, but Juay will call
them lilnckKuarda, as he ilid Represen
tative Kennedy, nnd remain silent at tn
Where is there a lawver who pretends
lie is an alliance man ? The answer to
this s)inU the tinker of scorn nt a cer
tain representative la congress and Says:
"Ewort the man."
Tub Citurn ia sincerely glad on one
account that Speaker Reed is going
back to eongreaa, and that Is this: the
aext speaker will be a democrat. If be Is
as f(irj,'ivitiK as wc are he will fail to re
cognize Representative Reed from the
time of the opening of the session to the
close; will count him ns absent when lit
is present and present when he is absent;
will mnke sarcastic rellcctions ns to his
ability ; nnd generally (,'ive him so larc a
dose of his own pate, t medicine I none
Kcnuiuc without the name Kecd blown in
the bottle I that he will heartily w'sh he
had lived a decent political life in this
promising year of our Lord 1S1I0, That's
Tins nominee for governor by the re
subniiKsionists and democrats of Kansas
was the first governor elected after the
admission of Kansas. He was a rcpuli
lican. In 1SSJ he ran for governor on
the greenback ticket, and recently he was
one ol the leaders in I lit- lorinalion of the
re-submission republican party. The
other candidate was ex-(iovernor I 'dick,
the only democratic governor ever elec
ted in the state. When I licdi termination
Infuse with thcic-suhtnissioiiislslicc.iiiii
evident "link withdrew,
J. V. HooNi:, whose account ol a sin
gular phenomenon was given in yester
'lay's I'll m:, is no Mtilhattan out on a
lark to sec how big a story he can tell,
lint a man very much in earnest. If Ashe
ville has any local scientist who is willing
to undertake a diagnosis ol this particu
lar kind ol old mother earth's case of in
ternal distress lie will greatly rclictc Mr.
Iloonc's mind by appeal iug on the scene
ol the excitement not later than pretty
Wiiosk negligence caused the excava
tion oil I 'a 1 1 1 hi avenue to Ik- left without
a light to warn travelers? I'r. J. A.
Watson was thrown into the hole, and
another gentleman, w hose name we did
not learn, had his wagon broken, and
others Icll into the trap. Such things
should not be. No excavation in the
street should lie allowed to remain nil
covered over night, unless warning lights
ClIICAiai. after disgusting the whole
eotintry with its inaction, has at last re
'idirmeil the choice of mouths ago and
selected the dual site ol Lake Front and
l.icksoii park as the place for locating
the great exposition. So much valuable
time has been losi that il C'hicagoliastlie
fair ready mi time it will be a case of the
latest hustling on record. Siiiiol's best
time will be a dead stand still licsiile il.
11777 77;' l.lil 7 "A'S
Till Cmi:x recently gle incd J'roin a
i.ithcrearclesslv written paragraph in
i i:c ilniiuuloii Messenger that the lot
icr's Sundae circulation was only about
son. The .Messenger of Tuesday says
"i lur Sunday edition is more tnan lour
limes emht liuuibcd. and lo il.iv we have
iiol a copy of last Sunday's paKr Iclt.
I iik 1. 1 ri. s was misled. uur sale I
cws Inn s is gi'iier.! II t Irniii 7"o to .son
on Sumlavs, and thai s '' ad'litiou lo
ur regular circulation." oil !
Another paper is to Is established at
I'.rccnshiiro. Il is to lie conducted bv I'r.
i. Kcnl r,-ii ker. of Trinity College, and is
to Ik an alliance organ.
No North Carolina paK-r. Tin; Cn iziix
bcheves.cau show as singula r a paragraph
in us business aunoiiikcmcuis as the lol
lowing, which is Irom I he Miner, of Nil
sou, It. C., away up where it is likely to
snow any day in the year: "Birth notices
iree if weight ol child is given ; if weight
is not given SI will be cliargcd.
.r. Ramsey, the associate editor ol the
Progressive Farmer, savs its bona licit'
circulation is IT. olio now. lie was asked
il the attack on Senator Vance had not
caused a loss of subscribers, and replied
thai only lour had Ihcii lost by reason
The best salaried editor in this state is
Robert llavdu, ol the Charlotlc Chroni
cle, who is paid lor his services by the
stockholders of that paHr $.',oooa ear.
I here is Jin ill I v an editor tu the state wlio
would not earn more than that il he was
as devoled to anv other business as ti
,V(A'77 CMAW..V.I Ftil.KS.
W. C. Stronach, secretary-treasurer of
I he coutcderale veteran's ussoeialou, has
received a letter Irom a disabled copied
crate soldier, a iiu'inhcr ol company A.
Fourth North Carolina troops, w ho was
in many hardtonglit battles, and hail the
right arm nimnitnicd In-low the elbow,
bill the thumb and one linger remains to
his Iclt hand. He is tillv-scvcu years of
age, and says: "Now, 1 waul the sol
dicrs' home established, for I will soon
lie past my scanty support ; then I want
to close my days in K'acc, and not in the
poor house. Send me a commission to
canvass for the home."
Married, at Flint, Wake county, re
ccnllv, Mr. R. I.. Sorrell and Miss Corn
llolloway, Rev, J, M. Atkinson officia
The izovcrnor npiioiulcd the fol
lowing delegates to represent .North Car
olina at the trade convention of the
southern states which met at Atlanta on
the loth inst.: R. S. Tucker, Raleigh; V.
. C.recn, l-nvettevillc; . Iv. .Me lice,
Asheville: R. Si. Hates. Charlotte; M. W.
Nortleet, Winston; F. . I'ltrrish, iur-
fmm; . W. Atkinson, iliniugton, and J.
A. Meadows, Ncwiicrne. I lie governor
himself attended the convention.
Rev. Ilcnrv W. Battle, the young tal
ented pastor ol the Middle street Hnptist
church, Winston. h,. resigned, to take ef-
leet on Hie l.illi inst. lie lias accepted a
call from the church of the (lime denomi
nation at Wilson,
Under the art creating the commission
to manage the world's Columbian expo
sition at Chicago, thrc is required to be
a board of linlv malingers. Col. A. il.
Andrews, one of the North Oiroliun com
missioners, has appointed Mrs. George
W. Kidder, of Wilmington, nsNorth Car
olina's representative in this position.
Col. A. It. Andrews, nf Raleigh, ha,
gone to Chicago, to attend a meeting of
the commissioners ol tne coiuminan ex
position to lie held on the l.llh. The
Colonel takes a lively interest in the
fair, which he savs will he a grand one.
Hoforcj nnd After Taklnir.
from the Charleston New, snd Courier.
A day or two before the Vermont election
the llonKin Journal snld : "Vermont republi
cans understand the slKnlncnnce of majorities,
nnd when irrave question, arc uendins It I,
their wont tu evince tliclrrcroimltion of them
by rolling un a heavier mujoiity than ordi
nary." A flay or two afler tne Vermont
election the Huston Journal said: "There
were no general I sues at stake, and In con-
neuuenc, the vote tea, a very Ibrht one, The
apparent decresK, therefore, In the repulilL
can majority hai no political alirnlncane,."
Flense do not shoot the oraanlati he I, do-
1st Um beat he can.
POLITIC L I'OIXTHNS.
The Progressive Farmer makes only a
passing allusion, to Senator Ynucc in this
week's issue. It does n:it attack bun
further, hut comments on the stir that
has followed its comments upon his pub
lic work. It is no longer a secret that
Colonel Polk and Chairman Smith went
to Washington city to endeavor to ar
range matters as lietween Colonel Polk
and the senator and tlius stop a row
which can surely result in no sort ol 'good
to Colonel Polk. It is the Miel that
some results will follow this movement
At a regular meeting ol Floyd's Acadi
an alliance, No, L'TO, the following was
unanimously adopted: "Although we
commend the Progressive Farmer's
course in general, we cannot approve its
attack on Zeb. Vance. Wc arc disap
pointed that he could not support all ol
our demands belore congress, vet our
confidence in him as a friend of the labor
ing people is unshaken, ami wc ptclcr
bun as l inted Mates senator loanv man
in the slate."
Mr, Ramsey, associate editor of the
Progressive Farmer, tells me Col. Polk
knew nothing w hatever of the matter of
the boom for the senate which the Ashe
villi- republican pajicr gave him. The
man i uoiiias, who is a camini.'iic in iiic
th coiigrcssioiK.I district, also misrep
resented I. oloncl Polk, Mr. Ramsey in
tin ins me. hurhuni t'dolic Raleigh letter
A Raleigh telegram says: Chairman K
C. Smith, ol the democratic stale execu
tive committee, has returned to Raleigh
lioin Washington city. Thesetllcincnl
ol matiers as regards ihecditorialattack
on Senator Vance bv Colonel Polk ap-
sais to Is progressing satisfactorily,
ami it is staled in Raleigh that there will
Ik- no bother attacks in the ollicialorgau
ol the larimrs' alh -nice on Nance.
C. II. Moore leoloredl, nominee for
congress of the imlc'K'Uilcut republicans
has Ism ollercd. he says, big inducements
by the administration and by (Juay to
retire, but he declines to do so and is cir
culating thousands of copies ola printed
address which "carries the war into Afri
ca." Milton Advertiser: Armstead Johnson,
the colored man who was nominated by
the republicans lor the legislature, was a
licensed pteachcr but his chinch had him
up a lew ilny s ago and took his license
'minium. The offense charged was his
, ugagiug loo actively ill politics.
Senator Vance will not only Ik' at Ral
ugh on the I' fill, but writes that he will
bring with him Llcvclaml or llillorsotnc
ot her man ol national prominence. It is
settled t Hat there will lie sonic notable
s'K'akcis and shccIics.
At Greensboro Captain A. II. A. Will-
iaiiis, tne ilcniocralic nominee, and J. M.
Ilrown, republican nominee, met and fir
langeil a joint camass ol the district lo
begin a: Wilion, Granville county, Sci
At the Moore count v convention held
in Cailhagc. Capt. llinrj.c Wilcox was
iioiiiiuatcil tor the senate and W. P. M.
Ctirrie lor ihe house, lloth are Vance
Ot KM IM A MICA HT ATI,.
The- I'fU-cl of the KalNluii of the
luljv lo , I'vr Cent.
From the Itt-troli Journal.
The adoption by the I'nited States sen
ate of a Ilo ier cent, ilulv on mica has
led George II. Harbour, of Ik'troit, to
make some comments. Michigan, he
avs, is more interested than any oilier
state in keeping mica on the free list. Mr.
Harbour received a letter Irom Senator
McMillan on Friday staling that he saw
nothing to make him tear the adoption
of the duty on mica, but it was adopted
just the same. "There is over $.'Iiiii.imiii
worth ol mica used every year in this
coiiuiry," says Mr. Harbour, "of which
.f I Ti',111 hi is used by stove men. The
greatest amount ever produced in one
tear in tins country is .fHio.liiMi worth.
It is iutHissiblc for the mines known in
the I niied Stales to produce all Ihe mica
wc need. 11 course it will hnve the cll'cct
of raising the cost of loreign mica, and
the domestic production will command n
figure nearly eipial to its foreign rival.
This extra cost, however, will come prin
cipally on the consumer, who will pay in
the proportion ol Si! lorn set ol mica
w liu II now costs $1 .-fit."
An editorial from the same paK-r says:
"If as I 'resilient Haibour, ol the Michi
gan stove works, says, the duty on mien
w ill not develop the mica production ol
the country because it does not exist
here, (he tarilf on the article is useless;
but il it will increase and improve that
industry I he srceiitage of cost it adds
lo a high priced stove in which it is
ehietly used is ol liitleeonseipienee. What
now costs $1. Ml will under the duty cost
onlv $'.'. When one is paying t'J'i, $Mo
ami $10 lor a stove, (ill cents worth of
mica more or less is hardly worth mak
ing a fuss about, line does not have to
nny a stove every day in the year. In
the close eoniH'lition of the stove manu
facture it is very doubtful if the addi
tional cost of mica would apjiear in the
price at all."
Prom the New York Hun.
The simple fiu't se -ins to lie t'-nl Ihe rritilt.
Ilenns hnit t he siiK-rior oruimix ttlon and got
out un unusuiilly lull vote, white the demo
critts find mi orunniKatlon and did not net
out Ihrlr intern. Nothing whs done lo
arouse them unit tirlnic them out.
A crenm of tartar hsklnff nowder. Hbrhcst
nf all In leavening atrenRth U. a. novcrn
mrnt Report. Auau,t IT, I MHO, Inly'Jttnly
Larire cool, alrv room,, house newly Air-
nlhcd:ffofid table. Terms reaaoaatile. On
street car Hue.
Mao. J. L. hmathkrh,
JulyiadOm 81H Patton Ave.
A Fine Mock ot Knsjllnh and Do
Will he itlad to see mv cnatnmer, and re
ceive order, for Pall and WlnUr Clothlaf .
J. W, SCHMTLE, 42 North Main St.
Has not .yet nppnaml lmt lit
will bo "nijui-t'il in tlw liud"'
Iiiiiiiciihc Hhoe -Stock
now aiTiviiitf ut Hostii' l?rt)s.
& Writfht'K. TricPH lo imt't
the poi-kct ofcviT.vboil.v. Lfi
ilii'H ninv look for ran' livats
in Divhh (iooils. ii8 our bn.voi'
is now in Northern mnrki-ls
si'ciiriiif? tin' In test. A IVw
suiiinipr pioils ,vcl nt n'ivc-
1U)ST1C IMtOS. & WUKillT,
No. 1 1 N. Court S(iiiirc.
W.A. Hi.aiii. J.V. Hiiown.
No. .f 1'HltOII Avcimc,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
W iiio now ri'.'ul.v. nml in
vite our I'rieiiils nnd I lie 'iil-
lic pMM'i-nlly lo mil nnd ex
lllllineolir well selected slork
P UKXI T U 11 E,
Whieb we nre offeriiif- nt rock
bottt)inprice8. I'lidd takinjr
a 8)eeinl feature, ('nils at-
teniliHl day or nin'lit.
blaiu & imowx.
LEA WIN li
The entire tmk ut
Plated Jewel r ,
Inelmlinil Hne llromiu-s, lliittnns and llriuf
1-8-0 NE-THIRD 0FFI-1-J5
Keaanllrsa of rosl. ns we Intend In the lutiire
tn keep nulhlnii but Mollil (told un-l
Mlerbnii Silver Ictsclry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Noutta Main HI. Anhcville?.
11. II. COSHY,
(HiiitTHmtr to C, CuHiin.t
7 PATTON AV1CNVK,
SUNT 1MII1K Til l-.KASU CUNTKM. Il"-
Tl'.l., AHIIIiVII.I.II, N. C.
IKm-eessiir, tn llnlrd Ut Hu tor I
No. aS North Main Street,
IIAVB jrT MVCKIVKII
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LOAD BRAN AND 8H0RT8.
IHaHOii Cracker a HpcclnUy
ALL I II Ml I llltl.lVIIKKII I'KliK.
50 CARPENTERS. 50
To Work on Hotel at Wa
BEST OF WAGES WILL BE PAID.
Job will ln,t from ft to II month,. Address
P. T. 8ANPORD,
septudlw Marlon, M. C.
Cheap Rates to all Pointa.
RAILROAD TICKKT houxhl, sold and
tschanited. All transactions guaranteed,
C. P. RAY.
Opposltt Bwannanoa Hotel. anltl dtf
New house, newly ftirnlsheil, ,,11 mo lern
lniirvcuicnts, larwe rooms, kooiI table,
IRS. M. C. LOOItK,
5,1 ColU'lfc Hi
fAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Alien t for Ki-em- Creek Woolen Mills
North Mnin Asheville, N.
frlil nri lv
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
HAI. KM. N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
'-. Moil, A ml ScKloll lu-ilillM AuuilKt
-tli, I sun. WrKiMti-r I'or lust yi-iir III."!. Sn--ilnl
lint il ii: till- lt"vl..ll.,' "f
Heiillii, uiurai'ii-r h.ii. .
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l'illiMHll I'lrpilllllol l. Collri:i;ltl- unit I'osl
I, ,ul. Ili ll.-O Illll-IIIN. li-il- tilMl I'lllMS
sehools ill MUHlr, I.H.IUI.HUt'M,
...t-re'lal iiiki I.ul.iM.ru.i rii.t.i-.
John il. ' i.i:u i:i.i., i-iiii.i'.ii
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
1'Ki il'KIUTi IM III
IHE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS.
Ali-illc, N. C.
i a nmiAIT W. I.. Ilniiolnd HhltM am
VAUIlUil -Miirrantnl. nml -rr nir
,,K IllM lllllllf miMI pril't IIIMIIM'II Mil UIMI Hill.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLCMCN.
Hne Vmll and I.arr4 Waterproof Onli
Thf nvllrnr ntiA wrniinf nuAllllMnf thin tm
rniintH ir in-iurr nm n iiian nit nni viuiurav
nit ntauf lt Uuuiti' of (.tiuttattt wfartra.
tf"00 Urnultir llnml-wrwrd, an elMrant and
niiaii tin-w Mim tiicn roninifiiti iiM'ii.
A-OO lUnd-rwr4 W rit. A nn call boot
w umnuulltil fur tti Ik and ilurnl.llltv.
ftO. 80 inodrar Vili tn IU laiiUMtl 6rtm
w sin, at a M)iminr prim
f Q.M rnllt-rmun'a bhnr In Mpprlall dapt4
w rr railnal nit-n. fnrmt-r, iir.
Aiuiiaiivuiutinitreii Kuium ana itn
w mm m m m ssb w anviKa
hurc hvn mxt favornhlr rifflrr1!! atnff tntrmtiifeii
ami thr nH'iit lmiiniv,Mii nc mk tbvm uprlor
lo any mmi at inrai- iintfu.
Aak vnur I wnli-r. ami If hi rnnnnt minniT TOO arnd
dirrct tn fni'torv pnrl.-sMtm adrrriiamt pne or a
V l IWIUVAB, BrMklaa. Mim.
I'DH SAI.Ii MY
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1'bdt tir iimtiy t'ri tiU ninv hnnw Imu .
Jirt- ui'tlin mi wc wtll wtntr tlmt wc tinik it
in lliitt'l iitH St on
S9,ooo In "Ic Week..
Toult in Innt Siiiunlnv nvrr $7hm. 75
Hint wni h'ttrl. li'ilntitT Mnrr UnU'l rvnv
I. ml J.T (hni ilny llml ii.hhi urrivnU i'
intintlv Murtt ikU Mirtti niiitti ,'linMr'
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nov1tl.Hl A W ' liKTMW V WS
Thf niiil FiiimiiiM, urn iiunlril, tim aixllt'il,
ilniiil lr nml 1 1 uitliliil
Arc niiMiiiiM tiiltil llu tci nrtinta. Cnmr
illllt t-ll!l1ttll' tlt UiHllK iHtHIt' hiiiitL- vine.
wlivn ill Nm. :7 l'iittfn nvcniif. 1 milnp
and ni(Htiiia n m-rtttiltv.
G. M. WILLIAMS A CO.
ON THE MARKET !
'IV'Milliinl 'nitiiot" 1 0I
ihtoh, ii(ljiiiiinn' tin i-it.v n
tin1 ci i si slop)' of Hen lien teller
MiMiiitniii, in lots on tei'in.H
to Sllit till' ill-eIIHil', Hl'llll-
ForeM nml fruit' Ii'i-ph! I'ii-
MlirpllSlsI'll plHlcll HMjtH! A
liurp,niii to nny oni preinre
to lukc ii Imlf intrcHt. The
I'lieiipent ncreiip', by il law
inniKiii, now on t lie tnnrket !
Tin usual eomniisson will lie
paiil nny ono hriiin'inji'ii lni.y-
er. Cull on or uddress (lie
iiiiderHigiied ut li 1 1 liny
wood HliiHtt, Aslievilh'.
t ; . ; :,iliitm. Painless lo Use.
?r' fe-SVf te'
Bold 1)7 all I'vaeuiiti Smtli
i '. i;i f ,-r titikcr Ryiriiigo to 11.51
fOR MAl.lt MY
RAY80R A SMITH, A8HEVILLE, N. 0
rp . j U
The following st rietly (MIr-KlMlti pronHy
RIGHT IN THE BEST PART OF THE CITY.
1st The. I. II. Lee iroperty, corner of Chestnut und Lib
city slrccts, lOOxT.', in -'l Hxl'r, corner
Chestnut nnd liiherty, l:i."ixl(0 on Lilierty, includ
in,' the dwelling, mid 5)0x1 00 corner II mud and Lib.
Jnd -Lilierl.v S inure, lOOx 1 00, corner llrond, Lihertyiind
r.order stni'ts divided into lots of convenient si.
mill then ns n whole.
.'trd The lot on Liberty street lb of Mr. (limit's, t-'.".
loo divided into lots fronting' on Liberty mid Itorder
Ilh The lot corner Hillside nnd Liberty on t lie west side
of Liberty. I .'10x20.1, divided into lots.
It li Five fine lots north side N'liey street, neiir Merrinion
II venue. I00x2.'l0 feet.
All I be nbove line property, except I he lot corner Chest
nut mid Liberty, nre covered with line onk proves. The
s-ilc will take place
SATURDAY, SICITICMBICR 13th,
nt 10 o'clock, n. in. For plats mid particulars apply to
GWYN & WEST,
Southeast Court Square.
TLK.MS OF SALL -JO per cent, cash, balance in four
equal installments in , 12, IS and 21 months, with inter
est at percent, per annum, payable semi-annually.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central l'ahwcnjfer Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A rti"1 rn hrt rliixn hotrl. Hot nnd cold wntcr anl Imtha nnd tollfta on every floor.
Itl-rctnc Im-IIh In rvn v inmhii. iiKn Hrr In otfitT unci itrntr In ImtcI room a. ttHUc, ilinintf
room. Itini-h ioiint r. t'lttiir nut', itrw tutu I and luir nml lillllnnl room on flrat floor, liltt
iric "tn-rt vnr mu iloor rvrry Uo ntlnuU-a, Kichiuond and Imnvltlc rallronil rallnn tuninc,
Jti mlu 11 Un for tiirnla.
J. W. BHVAN nnd WAI.TKR lAHICKM, Clerk.
.1 73 "
I 1 irt? .
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'lnlnhiil thniiiKhniit In Antlimr link. I'nrlc.r nml Ktitlun Hall flnlnhcd In Uuartrr.
Kuwiil 1111k WiiIId ,lri.Hl with UiK'ninta-Wnlton.
I'or further Infarnintlnii rnll on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
THK KQVITABLK LIFB
IS. D. Monroe, Ajjl.,
Anlicvjllc, N, C,
Offln nu Rnuth Main .tract. aula dtf
C T I O N I
RATFH, 01.OO P1,R DAY
A. O. IIAIXYHURTONaProiK
TLANTIC COABT LINB
On anil artrr thl date tlir folliiwInK w-hril-ulra
will l run over Km "Cnlumlila IHvliliin.M
No, oa Lrave. Cnltimlila" II. 30 p. m.
Arrlven BtChnrlmtod 0 .10 p.m.
No. BV I.rarrr ChnrlMlnii' 7 10 a. m.
ArrlTm at Columbia. ll.AA a. m.
CnnnrctlnK with train, to and from all
iwlnt.on the Charlottr, Columbia At Au
mint, and Columbia ft OrarnvlUe Kallroarta,
T. M. RMRNRON. Orn. Paaa. At.
I. I'. DBVINIt, Or, anot.
it.' mm w h - t.pji. . m .ninnimmujiiv -m m mm m
.ujhi in ,r ii, mm Aiii- mil - w m . . m