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FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 18W).
THE DA1L.V CITIZEN.
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FRIDAY, SIvl'TliMHI'K VJ, lN'JO.
For Chief JuaUec of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. 8. MliKKIMII.N.
For AaauiiuU' Jutii-e of the Supreme Court
HON. wai.ti;k CI.AKK.
foK ari'kKIOK Cltl'HT jriKlK:
tat diitrli-t Oti'i II. Imows, ,ir.,of llcnulnrt.
I'll illNtlicl HHNKV K. ItHV.tN. of CtllVill.
4th ilialrii't Sl'lKH lirr-Kltk, of Wake,
ftth dintrlct K. W. Winston, of liruuvillv.
Hth diatriet H T. lint kin, of Siimi.m.
7lh iliatricljA.uiia l. McIvkk. of Moore.
Mlh dintni't K I'. Akmhki.ii, of Iredell,
loth diMtriei Jno. i'.kav Him u, ol Hiukc.
1 1th iliatrk'l W. A. Hokk, ti l.uii'olii.
1'im momcitok :
lal illmtk't J II. lli.oi'Nr, of reniiimaiin.
1M ilialrk't . M. i'.kizahii, ul Halifax
Mil district Jmi, I-: WiMiilitnl. ol Wilson,
th iliatm-l ' li. W I'ur.ir, of Johimioii.
fth dlNtriet li. S. I'akkkk, ol Aliouailee.
tith diwtrict 1 1. II. Au.KN, of Lenoir.
7th (llHtriet l-'KANK McNl.ll.l., of Ktehmoml
Hill diatru-t li. I' I.ono. of Ireilell.
tllh ilintnet W. W. HakHI-.K. ol Wilke.
loth dimrict V. C. Nh:vi..mi, of Caldwell
11th difttriel I' 1. 1 Iioiokni:. of Mei klelllilllK
ll'th dlalni't Ukii. A. Jiinh. tf Maenu.
lit diatriet V. A It, IlK.wt'll. it" lleuufoil
;iil ilianl t- M. I liHthv, ol IiiiIiii.
4th ilialritl It. II. Ill nn. of Noah,
olh dlhtnel A. II. A. Wll.l.l Wl. ol r.ruuvilU'.
tith dimriet S. II. Al.K)k.t.NiK. of MivkUli
7lh dilriet- S. IIhnim:nkon. of Kuwait.
Hth dmtriel W. II. II Cowl.l. of Vnki.
luh distriet W. T. Cmavvi'oko, of lla wood
ThlH IH Not M Villliutr.
Tlie H'iikcr at tin; Lyvt'tini nici-tiiij;
filncsil;iv nilit uliii took llu-k'oiiiiiI
that it wasn't "riylu to tux people- on
tliv outskirls ol' the town lor improve
incuts that were ul' Ih-iicIU only to I In
cvntre ol the city," hlmnld have pine
InrlliiT anil citnl iuinrovi'iiiiiils ol thai
kiml. We conlt'KK vi know ut'imtK' sin-li.
It the paving aroitml the court hmi-c
square, lor instaiii-i', is not ol Itciu'tit, ill
rei't anil iutlirei-t, to every laspayer in
Aslicville we .ire really in error. To
Infill wild, what resilient ol' the city is
not thankful to eoiue to the centre ol
the town mill linil that in ilmny his trail
inK he or she is not obliged in watlt
through acres ol tmul or lirenthc Iroin
elouilsol ilust ? The haviuu even oin
part of the city, where in fact every nut
Hoes, present a clean. orderly, regular ap
K','irauce, is n gnul coinloi t as well as a
ilci.ii ltd iKiietit in allordin opportunity
toet alioiit safely, easily and without
damage lo one's ktsou or vehicle.
The tact is, Aslicville has outgrow n the
juilutnetil ol some ol her lust inlcntioued
citizens. Thev are uiialilcloKiasptheidca
that this is not n village, lint a firuwiti".
city with a hriliter lutilic than that ol
any other city ol' its kind a health and
pleasure resort in the I'liilcd Stele.
They fear a delit, Iml luil in u.ivr reason
for their fears. They are the "friends ol
the poor man," hut do not sec that niak
inn a city attractive to the well-to-do
will draw that class lure lo pay the Inilk
ol the taxes and alhiril work to hun
dreds. Short-sightedness of this kind
sincere and well menu though it is, has
already cost the citvu k'1""' many thous
and dollars ami may yet do it serious, il
not fatal, danniafte. Aslicville cannot,
wc arc informed, enforce the ordinance
against such icrsousus do not connect
their premises with a sewer. Why? The
answer is that the milv way to do so is
to have the work done and charge the
cost ol it up the premises, and pltiiiilnTs
will not work for lame and the city has
no money to pay them !
Think of it ! Aslicville, famed in half a
continent fur its lieatily and htaltlilul
IUSH, visited liy thousands who make
their money elsewhere anil sH'nd it lure,
cannot pay the service ol a pluinlicr:
What' the matter? Arc our merchants
iniikini; nothing? Arc our mcchiinics
null hankers and lawyer and physicians
nnti hotel keriK'rs, tradesmen generally,
our real estate men, our livery stahle
owners, losing nioiiev nil the time or
making a hare living ? I lave we not out
proportion of rich men who, having
mnde their money here, are willing to
pay I'nck n share of it lor the general
good as well a their own?
Aslicville Is rich in many ways; she is
Hior indeed if she is lo lie governed liy a
class of citizens who do not realize thai
true economy comes in progierty, not in
failing to get the money mvessarv for
pulilie improvements, tail in seeing it so
exK'iulcil thai every dollar will tell.
Kansas Prohibition unci 1'olltlcn.
The dispatch Tiik Crril'N printed
from Wichita, Kansas, Wednesday must,
aside from it political asccl, make the
tlioughtliil render pause. Allowing for
the fact that the prohibitionists have se
riously cut into the republican ranks
and thereby incurred their enmity, atill
when n considerable nuinlier of intelli
gent men make statements like the fol
lowing they deserve attention:
"We lire opposed to prohibition. Ten
Tears' trial has demonstrated its total
inefficiency ns n tcnicninee measure;
thntjit is a rcvivnl of nn obsolete lorm of
government and is entirely opHisc(l to
the genius and spirit of the uge ; that the
existence of n prohibitory law is u kt
)crx.'tunl menace to the material inter
ests ol the state; it burdens in with tnx
ntioii, mid Unit it deprives us of nil con
trol of the litiuor trallic ami revenue
therefrom; that it drives away popula
tion; that it prevent immigration; it
makes the building of large cities within
the suite impossible; it encourages per
jury; that it makes more hypocrites than
all other agencies combined; that it
does not lessen crime or jmiipe'ism ; ttint
it does not empty the jails, penitentia
ries, lunatic asylums or almshouses, and
believing that any public measure in the
hands of any enlightened people is abso
lutely safe, we demand that the iiucstion
of repeal and prohibitory amendment to
the constitution be submitted to all the
people at aa curly day as possible,"
Many of these assertions seem to point
to a failure of state prohibition J to the
' impossibility 6f enforcing it in a, commu
nity, the majority of whom do not be
lieve in it, do not wish it; and to county
or township local option as the real so.
Itition of the question.
Till', front of the Johnston building
going up on South Main street is n note.
worthy evidence of the value of brick in
tpiiet, elegant ornamentation ns well a
for the more practical clement, the
strength secured. There is some stone
work in this structure, but it is doubtful
if the building would not have been even
richer in np)enrnnce without it, while it
would unquestionably have liccn more
protected against fire. There is an hon
esty about plain brick work that noth
iug else can take the place of; there is no
sham in it; it is just what it seems; what
il is to-day it will Ik.' twenty years Irom
Is nut our friend of the New and Ob
server using tooniuchammiiiiitiiiiion the
errors and follies of Col. I'olk ?Is not too
much importance attached to his ebullf
lion ? Aslicville Democrat.
I'ndoiihtcdlv. And Tiik Citizhn has
seen with great regret the quarrel con
ducted over a week or more, with, we
fear, no good whatever to the democratic
partv. The News and Observer forgot
i hat some men arc important only in
liroportioii to the attention given them
A i.i:tii:r Irom far-off Canada, ad
dressed to the "Leading PaKrr, Aslicville
N, C," fell naturally and easily into Tiik
Cii'izkx postothec box yesterday. That
was the place for it.
TiiKilcmocrulsol Maine council tcnrc-
risculalives anvwav. Thanks lor thai
; i.. ri:sr m:ys
I h'i'M .V",77 t'.IA'f'..V.t
In tin suK-rii ir court of Martin county
i few days ago a colored man was sen
tenced to two years ill the ("cnitcntinry
lor stealing $1".
A Shelby dispatch says: Paring a
iienvv storm, winch passed over a pail
d Cleveland county, County Surveyor
. M. l.ovclacc, while driving to his burn.
vas struck by lightning and knocked mi
conscious. At last accounts Lovelace
w is out ol his mind and not cxnvtfd
A while man of the name of T. K.
i'olsoiti suicided at Wilmington, by shoot-
ig hiuiscll in the head with a pistol. Hi
tv.'is a coach painter andeaniealrwvears
ago iiom Sumter. S. C. ill laic he ha
been out ol work and seeing his funds
rimniug vcrv low determined to lake his
Noi long ago a young man named
lclnl yrc, who lives on llullalo creek, in
I he upHT end ol Kichmouil county, found
'in gold cuius. I ine is a Itritish coin ol
; he reign ol licorge the Third, and the
.tilers are fiotii the mint ol I'ortugaland
-lied dm inn the time ol John the I'ilih
ine U'.-irs t ' e date 1 T.'IJ, allot her of 1 7i'
mil nihil ol 1 Toil. The Knglish is thin
:ul unworn, and may possibly Ik-ii Miuitii
sterling. The others aie thin also, may
lc ol the value of a hall doubloon. The
' siisrsi'ripliou" of the Portugal coins is
'Jo.incs V. I'. IV. Hex. I'ort ct Alg."
hich may lie translated "John V Hy
ine I, race ol Cod, King of Portugal ami
Ivvervbody loves to sit handsome dis
play of dry goods, hardware, saddlers'
. mmIs. boots anil shoes, machinery, agri
cultural implements, etc., but more than
that, there are hundreds who will go the
whole length'! the stale tn sec a display
.f goods ill their social line ol business.
It is important that the business men of
ine stale make up their minds nsto what
their display will Ik: al Kaleigh and give
notice lo the managers of the stale fair ol
the space wanted. It not, thev mav lie
left out. The Kaleigh business men are
rapidly giving noliecand taking upspacr.
More space will lie given to exhibitor
than has ever been given before, but it
will be needed at the present rale ol n
phcatioiis, lor space to exhibit.
MiKTll CAKOUXA i'til.KS.
Mr. I'rauk Lancaster. of Fishing Creek,
was in Warrenton this week. He had
hi such a nice and comfortable looking
suit of woolen clothes that it attracted
the atteiiliou of the Gazette editor, who
isked him where he cot them. He said
his sixteen vcar old daughter. Logic,
pun the wool, wove the cloth and cut
ul nml made a suit lor Inmsell anil sou
ill one week.
The trustee of the lioldslmro public
schools elei led Miss Ada lllnir, of High
Point, N. C to the iKisition ol teacher in
the white school. Miss lllair is n sister
ol Mr. William A. ami Prof. J. J. lllair,
Mr. W. I. Lildins, for so mnnv tears n
route agent on the C. C. K. K. between
Wilmington and Charlotte, celebrated
with his estimable liulv their golden wed
ling at Charlotte recently.
Mr. William I'tichtirch ha leen madr
assistant secretary of the state fair.
Senator Vance is Sieakiug at Oolds
this mhaxs nrsixiiss.
UsY-'Arrnngcmcnts have lieen made lo
t In- oiK-ning lo traffic next Mondayof the
Lynchburg and Inirham railway. The
telegraph line will also Ik' completed bv
thai day. Next Friday there will be an
"tcursioii of capitalist from Huston,
New York ami Philadelphia to Durham
over this road.
Pay Salisbury ha now five railroad
and will soon have six,
jy Interview with North Carolina
business-men in all department of trade
in regard to the business outlook is that
trade is far Utter th nn in any year since
IhkI, which was oiicof remarkable pros
IH'rity. WTThe duty on mica will re-open the
mines of Mitchell, Yancey, and Macon,
giving employment to hundreds ol r
sons. That Mica Tariff.
Prom the Charleston Newt anil Courier.
There are some old mica mines in New
Hampshire, which accounts at once for
the interest displayed by Senator Ed
mund a lew day ago in the protection
of the "North Carolina product," and
for the circumstance that the New Eng
land senator, except Aldrieh, voted with
him on Friday to put a duty on the com
This i not the whole of the explana
tion, however. I he purpose ol our re.
publican friends in restoring 35 percent
ad valorem, we are informed hy the cor
respondent or the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette, was not ouly"to infuse new lite"
into the drooping, mica industry of North
Carolina and, incidentally, of New
Hampshire but to "encourage the pro
duction of mica in other States where it
has liecn discovered." "The most Im
portant of the recent discoveries," he
adds, "are in Montana and other parts
of the Rocky Mountain regions. As
stated in the senate to-day, It is expected
thnt this duty will encourage the devel
opment of the mica veins of Montana,
and probably in some parts of Colorado.'1
Kisiior Wanhkn, of the Methodist
Episcopal church, ii expected home from
Mk. Ioski'H J. Bii'.iiak, son of the Inte
loscph G. Iliggar, M. P., has been sworn
1.. .i t-:.i. ..e i...t:....
in ii onciior hi e lie nigii court in jiiiutii'
ture in Ireland.
Iamks G. Him., president of the Great
Northern railway, has given $10,000 to
Mncalester College, an institution under
Miss Minnik Tm kiii.oop, president of
the hiiuiu Autlrage association ot Ivoko
mo, lnd is one of the chief dry goods
merchants ot that city.
Tim most gigantic member of the Ilrit
ish K'crnge is the Marquis of Droghedu,
who is (l.r year of age and who stands
six Icet hve inches in his stocking.
Tiik prise offered bv Harvard Univer
sity lor the most symmetrically lormca
woman has I wen won by Miss Hest, of
Mcndvillc, Pa., out of 3,000 conietitors
Tiik first woman to beadmitted to the
practice ol law in Minnesota is Mrs,
Mary I.. Mctliiulley, who prepared her
self tor her examination in her husband'
Oscak Wii.kk jilnys on the piano, and
he has Iwen coutidiiig to the public that
when he plays Chopin he feels as though
he had been "crying over sins that he had
Miss Hattik IIi.aink. the youngest nnd
prettiest daughter ol the Secretary, i an
intrepid canoeist, and her (kill a dis
played at Dar Harbor is admired by
Herd a Hulldoaer.
I'rom the Atlanta Constitution.
SH'aker Kccd, from the beginning of
hi career, has Ihcii a bulldozer. When he
iK'gan lo practice law in Portland he saw
that the leading lawyers made it a point
lo place themselves in pleasant relation
with the jury. Heed ilisilaiiirdsiieh a hiI
icy. nnd when he replied to a lawyer it
was a common thing lor him to iqirii hi
case bv saving: "Well, your Honor, as
Hrother llinuk has finished his morning
nisk ol shaking hand with the jury, we
may, I Iioh'. with hisiermissioii, proceed
with the business ol the court."
I lu one occasion his antagonist, as he
walked out ol the court room, ran hi
hand over a rcmrtcr' head nnd
smoothed down In hair. When this wa
done Kccd coolv walked over to there
porter, ami proceeded to rub his hair the
wrong way. An observant by-slander
remarked: "That ael exemplifies in the
inllesl degree Kced's cha racier. He nl
wa rubs his antagonist, or his antag
onist's friends the wrong way."
That l-'alr We're Bound lo Haw.
Prom thr l herokee Seoul.
There is music in tlmt mime, nml while thr
riiiR of inllsii is plrssiint to thr enr, wr
should Isrslir ourselves and mnkr this fair
one of the grandest ever held in North Caro
lina Till" Asiikvii.i.k I'll UK, with Ihnt chnritr
trristic rnrrif of n prominent psis-ruiid ever
watchiul id' the interest of this Klorioiix
country, NUKtfrsts thill a fair lie held neat
rnr; mid hrville is the proier place to
hold it. liecnuse it is the most Hicessilili isunl.
slid is one ol the ra-hiujc tow ns.
There are about sltteen countirs thut could
make n crediinlilc display of their mineral
Che okee should nml will do herself proud
at this lair; and rixht here. Uro. iitukn we
put you on notice thnt Cherokee will tiear
Work it up. nnd you'll not only art the
help of the press, hut yon will forever re
ceive the gratitude of the ieopl of ihia sec
Where the Mecllonnl Hlttcrneas) la
From the Knosville Tribune,
ilovernor FIcminK. of West VlrKinin. w ho.
living near thr Mnson anil Hiion line and
hnvins; business relstlons with the people of
both sections, clnl..is to lie able tosienk with
authority, says that in his opinion there is
more sectional bitterness to-duy in the north
thnn in the south, and thnt but for the con
tinuous tlauntins of the "idoody shirt" by
northern politic-inns of n eertnln elnss nnd
their tireless and noisy advocacy of Hostile
and insulting sectional legislation the ieople
of thr smith would feel as kindly towned the
people of the north n in thr days of the fa
thers, and the Inst surviving remnant nf Jenl-
nnsy nnd sectional feeling would tic gone.
It Wan New) to Him.
From the Chattanooga Times,
This waking up to the iniquities of (Juay
months nfter the evidence of them tin tteen
mnde public reminds one of the Irishman who
w ns found tieatlng a lew. On tietng asked
why he did it, he repllrd : "His ancestors cru
cified the Savior " "(ih, that was manyeen-
tunes ago," wns the resHinse "Yes, but I
never heard of it till yesierdny," said Fat In
A rrrnm of t dinar ha kin powder. HltcHr!
nf all In tffivtn.njt atrniKta. II, M. Oorn
mrnt ttrfMirt. Auiiuitt 17. Ihmi. ulyjtdl
THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In It new form reuins all las ehanvruirUllo
fssturM of the old slse, vvilli sn IncrasMsl num
her of Tssrs and IlliiptraUons.
The Illustrated American
Is si kiiowledinsl In lie His hiidiit Weekly
News Msgsslne lit Hie world. Adraalas la uk
en hy ths iiiaiisiteiiieiil of every ojiriortunlt)
to ss-Mire tha latest snd most rellalila Infivrnuv
tion nf lopies nf seneeit and tnli'niAilmial In.
Ireit in this eotuitry and Knrnpe.
CorrsHitideuts, Artists and Plinlistranhsni
an nmsianily si work In all iwrts nf tlia world
glsstilng Ib'ins of lntrnsti for Ilia readm.
The Illustrated American
Is elssn slisolimly iinseelarlan, free (mm pollll
ealdlsriisainns sml lieiv) delmitsi. It la eminent
ly a news numuliia for Ilia family. Club men
sail sporMiusti will And AUileilrs anil Oamra,
Yarhihif and bsm Ball news. Idle will tat
" nurmnt Toplrs nf liiurssi lo Women." Aray
and Hsvy Offliwn will And Ilenn aud Fhnto
Itrsphs of amy tail Navy Kews, AallinarlaiM
will enjoy "lllsinrtii Amrrlis." Kverybody
will enjoy the Delial Mlor)' by Kilgsr Fswrslt,
bajrua In Nn, it
JUST aKC KIVKP.
A Fin Mack of Kncllsh and O
sn tla wsylena.
Will h glad to at my ctMtnmee and j
eelve orilera for Pall mod Winter Clothing.
1 . KHARTLt, 43 North Main 8t,
TfnM not vet, annenrod but be
will bo "nipped in tlio bud"
Imiueiiac Shoe Hlock
now arriving at Hostiollros
& Wriftht's. Prices to niet'i
tlio jtocket ofever.ybod.V. La
dios may look for rare treats
in Dross Goods, as our buyer
is now in Northern markets
securing the latest. A few
summer goods .vet at give
No. 1 1 X. Court Square.
W.A.IW-AIH. .1. V. IIuow.n.
No. .a I'attoii Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S 0L0 STAND
Wi nn' iHtw rt'iitl.v. nml in
vito mil' frii'inlrt nml tin- n I -
lir p'liiTiill.V to rail nml
i iniiit mil wt'll si'liH-tt'il slock
Wliich wc ore offcrinn'iit rock
bottom prices. 1'nili'rt.ikiii'i'
n spccinl foitiiri'. Calls at-
tciultHl day or iurIiI.
TpIcjiIioiic, tla.v 7.". niniit Vm.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire atock ol
Including flue Hromhca, Puttuna uod Hrncv
1-3-0 HE-THIRO OFFI-1-3
Reiraeilleea of coat, aa wc Intend In the future
tn keep nothing hut Mnlid (Inlil anil
Sterling- Hllrrr lewelrj.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main Ht. Ashevllle,
b. h. cosnv,
)8uaTaior Ut C. L'ownn.l
7 PATTON AVKNt'K,
NltXT IHMIM TO I'.HANIl CIINTKAI. HO
TUL, ASH liVII.I. II, N. C.
(HueMMiira In llnlrd ft Kertnr. )
No. aS North Main Street,
IIAVK JI'HT KHtKIVUII
CAN LOAD TIMOTHY NAY,
CAR LOAO BRAN AND 8H0RT8.
Mssoii'i Cracker a Hpeclalty
AM. OIIIIUM PI1I.IVKKIIII I'KI'.B.
50 CARPENTERS 50
To Work on Hotel at Ma-
rlon N. Ca
BEST OF WAQEI WILL BE PAID.
Job will Inat from 6 to S months. Atlilrraa
P. T. 8ANFORD,
septHrilw Marlon. M. C
Cheap Rates to all Points.
RAILKOAO TICKHTS bought, auld and
tiehangrd. All tranaactlona (uaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Oppoalta Swannanos Hotel, aul dtf
New hiiune, newly fnrnlahed, all molern
lniiroTementa, liirue room a, (tood tulil.
MRS. M. C. (iOUDK.
53 College t.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reetna Creek Woolen Mlll.
North Main Aaheellle, N. '
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
NAI.KIH, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The With Anniuil Helou lii'Kina Annual
L'Nili. Ix'.Hl. Kiulalir fur IiihI veiir .'tin. SR'-
eiiil finlim-:-tHe Ikevelopitient of
Henltli, 1'hnrai-tcr nutl Intellect.
IliillilliiKa thnrmiKhly rrinnili'lrd. fully
eilliiKil I'tvimrilliiry. C'nlli Klnle mill Pt
I'.rniliiatr ii'iiirlniiiil, liiaiilr" tlmt i'ln"
atliiiiila in Music, IjiiiKuaitea. Coin,
mcrclal iliitt IixluHtrlal HluelU'K.
JOHN II. i l.KWIII.I., rriiuipnU
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AHhcvillC, N. C.
f. . Ilwa I.
iinTinM w- Onaslna ahnra are
X'ilUilun warranted, and every pair
iia Ilia unnie aaa peien aiaiiiven mm nuiiam.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Urn Calf mn4 I.ace4 Wfttrraf Oraltu
Thr firfllrnn and wearinr auslltlMof ttoi thn
rati tint btifitrrhowti Ihaa nr ihrttniu 9o4on
mvnu of Ha thouaamla oC cotutant weaivn.
SB .00 Jtaln Iln4iwi, tvn vloirant and
51 elvtlah ilruas Hh.u tarlilnh n.mmanila Ifulf
te00 lUn4.iwrt1 Writ. A nnr cU Boo
unHuallrti t"t My le and durahiltly.
fOW (ioodyreir Well la iba aiandevd dm
Khor, at a popular prtm
QJ0 Polirfmaa'a Hhor UtneclaUj adapted
af for railroad men, farmrra, rte.
ail iiiswir in voi ik res, uitn sou umtcm,
$3 & $2 SHOES utfuls,
hare been mnt faorably received alnee IntmducM
anal I Ka MWta.iit ItniiniVamnnlS mahaa tKasraa taiiiMtrWa
to any ahnea anld attheap nrtoea.
Ask your Itealrr, and If he cannot smpply too aend
dtrert t fartory enrloatng adveruaed prfcav or m
hiulal fns ai hlatiba
POK 8AI.K HY
WKAVEH & MYERS.
r.litnr AtlH vlIU- Cuinn:
Thnt nur ninny frirmla mny knnw how w
an Kt'ttinu on wc will ntntr thnt we took In
in Hotel nni. Rtnrc
$9,000 lii vheWecki
Tonk In Ifint Saturday over $7on. $7A
thnt wan hotel, bn Inner utorr. Hotel fTAfin-
tired 2ft that ilny. Hail A.iiuo aniraU In
.1 month'. Our it t-k U mnntmuth HOO feet
lonft nl lft feet wide. Tell thr balance of
the world to come nnd nr Moid ChedM mi1c,
vnd buy khh; of um and nave to to B5 per
nt.vlfl dtf 8. R. CIIIM.KRTRR Ae WN.
The World Famous, uncquated, unexcelled,
durable and tK-autlful
re rectn mended by the lM nrtlnt. Come
nnd rkiimlne iur tiundn iH-fore buying ele
where at No. .'17 I 'niton avenue. Tuning
and rcnalrltiK a nivelidtv.
G. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
ON THE MARKET !
T!.o "Millard Fniin"n()()
iu'I'oh, adjciniiiK tlio Hty on
tli oust kIom of IJcnucnlclicr
M Mini 11 in , in lots (in tortus
lo Hiiit tlio puri'liUHoi. I loa ii
Foi'OHt anil fruit 1iih?m! I'ii-
Hiii'pnHHcil pinion Hpolw! A
liiirp.iiiii to liny ono roptui'd
to tiiko u liulf iiit'i'0Ht. Tlio
clicnpi'Ht noroiitfo, by n lnrji,o
innixiii, now on tlio innrkot!
Tlio UHunl ooniiuiHHon will bo
paid nny ono briniiifjfa buy
or. Cull on or nddroHH tlio
iiniloi'Hitfiiod at 211 Hay
wood Htrwt, Anhovillo.
HTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
In llnSUaTS. atlllmnt Pain.
Irirmts ntrletura. ('.iiilalna nn
nerld nr pnlaonona auhatnnrea, snd
la priwrllieil li phyalclnns and
reenmandeil lijr drugKlata. Prlnn !.
"old by dniKKlala. llewaraoffliib.
in iinrnnieeu aoan nn. w iiarmiMa
POK HA LB BY
IMYSOII SMITH, ASHEVILLI, N. C
AT : AUCTIONI
Tho followiiiHlrirlly (lllr-KIMSK proioi'ty
RIGHT IN THE BEST PART OF THE CITY.
tnt Tlio .1. II. l.oo proporly, l onior of Clu'stnut and lAh
orty roots, 10)..'17.", in 'A lots, 1 (tOxl'iO, corner
flicstnut and Liberty, UloxKH) on Liberty, inclinl
iiifj; tlio dwelling, ami tlOxlOO oornor It road and Lib
2nd Liberty S iuare, lOOx KM), corner ltetwid, Lihorty and
Border streets divided into lots of convenient size,
anil t licu as a whole,
.'tnl Tlio lot on Liberty street, north of Mr. (irnnt's, I2."ix
100 divided into lots front iu' on Liberty ami ltordT
1th The lot corner Hillside anil Liberty on the west side
of Liberty. l.'lOxl'O.j, divided info lots,
."it li Five tinolots north side tseney street, near Mermnon
avenue. lOOxl'MO feet.
All t ho above tine property, except' t he lot corner Chest
nut and Liberty, arc covered with lino oak proves. The
sale will take place
SATURDAY, SEPTEMISKR 13II1,
at lo o'clock, a. in. For pints ami part icuhirs apply t
GWYN & WEST.
Southeast Court Square.
TKKMS OF SALK 20 per cent, cash, Iwitarice in roar
iiUiil iiistalluiontsin (i, 12, IS nml 21 months, with inter
est at. H per cent, per milium, payable semi-annually.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central PaHHen;cr Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flmt claim hotrl, Hot nnd cold water aml hatha and toilet nn every dour.
Klectrtc lieu In everv room. Opxn tire in otlice nnd Kniten In bed rtomn. OHirc. dining
room, lunch counter, cliinr and nrwa atnnd and bar and bllllnrd room on timt floor. I'.lir
iric Htrcet cam pau door every 20 minute. Klchtnnnd and Pnnvllle railroad intiiiK hoiiNe,
'JO minute for mcnU.
RAT IKS 1 t.oo PKR DAY,
A. G. IIAI-LYIIURTON?Prop.
J. H. HKVAN Olid WAI.TKH iKKF.N, Clerk.
Ml.. V:'TaWWaTIak7 UVa I I 1 Tm . . S m
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDINO BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
finlahrrt thrnuKhout In Antique Oak. IMrlor and Keeepllun Hall llnlahcd III IJuiirlrr.
Hawedliak Walla ilriiied with l.lncruata-WnKnn.
I'or further Information cnll on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
July 1 (Id 1m
THIS KQUITABLK LIfrK
.... aa.Mji,ti7 no
K. D. Monroe, Atft.,
Aahevlllr, N. C,
Ufflcc aa Buuth Main street. aula dtf
TLANTIC COAHT LINB
On and after Ihla dnte the fiilluwlnx aehed
ilea will he run neerlta "Columbia nivlaliin."
Nn. flu henvra Onlumliln n.un p. m.
Arrive atChnrleatnn l.:io p. m.
Nn. B!l laeea Charleatiin 7. to a. m.
Arrives ntCnlumtila 11. tin a. ni.
Connecting with trains to and from all
point, on Ine Charlotte. Columbia & Ail
tiata and Columbia et Oreenvllle Kallroad.
T. M. KMBRBOM, Men. Paaa Aitt.
J. P. DBVINB. Uea. Hupi