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THE ' DAI1.Y CITIZEN.
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THE DAII V CITIZEN
U on aale t the following placet In Asheville;
OLBN ROCK NBWH STAND.
j "CAHBON'B I NKWB STOKB. North Court
TUESDAY. SEl'TEMBUK 16. 1M0.
For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. A. 8. MliKKIMON.
For Aaanciate Justice of the Supreme Court :
HON. WALTKK CI.AKK.
FOR SI'I'HRIOR COI'XT JI'IIIIB:
1st diatrict C.ro II. llKnw,Jr..of llenulurt.
2d diKtik't-IIKNKV K. IIkvan. of Crincn.
4th diatrict Hl'IKR VYihtakkk, of Wiikc.
nth diatrict K. W. Winston, uf r.raiiville.
nth diatrict B. T. Iiiivkin, of Knnipwn.
7th diatrict IKS U. MelVKR, ol Moore.
8th district K I'. AKwrtRl.li, ol Iredell,
loth district Jno. tin a v Hvni-m. ol llurke.
11th dintrict W. A. Hiikr, of Lincoln.
1st district J II. Hi.oi mt. of Perquimans.
2.1 riiatrk't J. M IMARI. of Hindu
Sd district Jno. H. VYooilaril. of Wilson.
4lh district B. W I'or.jr. of Johnston.
Bth diatrict K. 8. Pakkkk, ol . luinance.
8th diatrict o. H. Aixkn, of Lemur.
7lh diatrict Prank McNkii.1., ol Kichinnml
8th diatrict H. F. Losn. of Ireilell.
Ith diatrict W. W. Bakhiir. ol Wilkes,
loth district W. C. Nmvl.Axn. ol Clllilwell.
11th oiatrlct F I. Osiuirnh. of McikUliliulK
Utb diatrict 41 no. A. Josita, of Macon.
lat district W. A. II. Krancii, of llenulurt
.Id diatri t It. K (SkAliv. of I'uplin.
th diatrict It. H. llfKM. of Nnh.
nth diatrict A. H. A. Wn.i.iAua.ol C.mnvlllc
ath diatrict 8. U. Al.KHANhKH, of Mcckkil
7th diatrict I. 8. Hbsirkos, of Rowan.
8th diatrict W. H. II. Cow i.ua. of Wilkea.
Oth diatrict W. T. Chawpokii. of llavw noil
The Habbath In AMhevllle.
Wc are sure that thegrcnthody ofTni'
Citizk.n'r rcailers are in full Rynipatliv
with Dr. Kankin timtrlv nncl vmnrmii'
discourse on Sithlmth oliwrvancc pull
lislwd in yesterday' issue, tliou;li then
niiyht be u diflcrence of iipinion in mm
ters uf detail. Fur instance, it is proli.i
tile there are rdih! Christiana who can
keep the Sahbnth holy, retain a really
spirituul frame of mind, and yet ride tail
in the country. Contemplation uf th
works of nature horn ti carriaije can
hanllv he called sci'iilariinet he Sjilibnth
nor do we understand I r. Kankin to
assert, but that inference mi;ht lie drawn
from some of his remarks. The whole
matter resolves itself largely into a icraou
nl question : "Am I so observing the day
that, on the whole, it develops the spirit
ual side of my nature alum; lines that do
not seriously interfere with my ueililHir's
idea of how the day of rest should Ih
It must lie conceded that what would
lie considered as dissipation ami back
sliding in one person would Ix- rc'unld
in another as a divided improvement in
both his manners and hismorals. Ifsomc
of the li(Uor dealers whom Or. Kankin
complains of though the tacts he asserts
have escaped our observation should
shut up (hops ami pjdrivini-thcre would
be a distinct Rain in the morula of tin-
community, even though thcliipmrilcnlcr
should drive noisilv enoiiuh to, in the
opinion of niauv, break the Sabbath
It is unfortunate that lr. Kankin should
not have had all his criticisms based on
undoubted facts; but we do not allude
further to what we IwlicvvtohvhiHerrur
for we do not wish in any serious decree
to attempt to lessen the force of his
remarks us printed yesterday. On the
whole they arc meant for the public Rood
nnd tend distinctly in that direction.
AshevHIe may Ik- hurt by too little Sab
bath observance; never by too much.
Kktrkskntativk Kk.nnkiiv has per
formed the ostrich act on a more ridicu
lous scale than it wns ever In-forc at
tempted. He denounced Malt. Juny ns
a criminal and the fact was accepted us
true and telegraphed all over the country.
After ten days the sccch iipia-nrs revised
without 'Juay's name in it. Therefore
we must all forget that he was ever held
up to the scorn of the world by a mem
ber of congress wnking deliberately at
his own desk from manuscript. Pecent
men all, you will please consider Juay's
character to be what it wus Itcfore Mr.
Kennedy spoke his cruel words, no belter
no worse. The ostrich can now pull his
head out of the sand. We're looking the
It is almost a pity to have to give up
the mystery that surrounded the Watch
Knob "phenomenon. " It was an excel.
lent Mulhnttan while it lusted; one
could conjure all sorts of stories regard,
it; "haunts" could he made to revolve dix:
lily about those clouds of smoke that
neither the wind could blow away nor
the sun dissipate; nnd, best of all, it
didn't cost n cent and harmed no one.
But along came Science with deep frown,
geological knowledge nnd a thcrinome.
ter, and our mystery is a mystery no
longer. We shall have to full back on
the Statesville snntcr for excitement.
Tub new city hall will lose little or
nothing in looks from the substitution of
pressed brick and term cntta work in
the stead of cut stone, provided the brick
is handled with due regard for what it is
and no imtmssibilitics are attempted
with it. It is un open question whether
the terra cotta work might not as well
follow the stone. It often fails to fulfill
the promise it makes by its first appli
ance and becomes noticeably effected by
the weather. Good brick form the prime
building material and happily enn be so
disposed as to present a realty elegant
A bigger debt,
Th whole world waits to hear tlic
platform and declaration of Indeiiendence
4f the ladies of Asheville who art going
' to rait th standard of servants here,
and w sincerely hope It won't rain next
aturday wben tbey are to meet. Tin
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10. lSSHK
Otizkn's understanding of the matter is
that Col. L. M. Hatch has general charge
of the weather here, and it is likely that
on proper presentation of the urgency of
the case he could be induced to let 24
hours pass without having it rain cats
and dogs. It's worth trying anvway.
1177 run Eiuriks.
Tin; Axiikvii.i.k Citizkn says its edito
rial, which was published in the demo
crat without credit, wnsan "opinionated
item." This gives us the cue and calls
lor the most thorough investigation.
All hands forwurd ! Slug has on
working strip, no credit, solid :
"The fine cotton crop will give south
ern railroads as much business as thcy
can well handle this tall, and the proba
bility is the securities of these southern
roads will be unusually strong in the
Slug , "locked out" for not conform
ing to rules ol "Dice.
"Make up," advance! "Pound in gully
solid, leaded to adjust column." Make
up, your salary reduced and your divi
dends from railroad bonds confiscated t"
;iay damages lo our esteemed cotempo
rarv. We here inform the ten thousand read
us ol the iK-mocrat that the above
"opinionated item" emanated from Tun
Hrotlicr Architect, is this satisfactory ?
-Charlotte Democrat. Not by a jag
twice lull. That wasn't the item. Our
.pinion is that slug 2 is the guilty
wretch. Watch him.
A postal card reached Tim Citizkn
Saturday Irani Marion staling thai:
"On the lsth instant, 1 commence the
publication ol the Marion" . Judging
liy the alleged local their iKginiimg, "ll
vim could see your own scalp" a redicu
lous statement any way that is apiicar
iag ill so niauv North Carolina weeklies.
I he editors of this slate are bald-headed
to a man. How is it, brethren '!
The Winston Sentinel says; "TheChai-
loltc Chronicle employs a Duly reporter,
Miss Addie Williams. The Wilmington
Messenger recognizes the nniirnblc
work a woman can do on the local side
if a paper, anil proposes to employ a
aily reporter for society events during
he tall and inter mouths. I.aily re
porter is good, but woman reporter
The Kev. Sam louts will commence his
meetings in Wilmington on Thursday
H'ptciuUr l!.-th, and continue same for
ten days. The Messenger promise l
publish daily the sermons complete. The
I l.ulv Messenger will Ik: primed in en-
i.irued lorm ami mailed to siiliscrila-rs
lor eleven days, commencing Scplcmlici
Jotli, for tilt v cents each subscription.
The China drove (Rowan county)
Hart isa new one, lis lust attack oil
' he plan ol the commmiily is this: "Tell
is right quick: ll Tom's father is John's
-on, what relation does there exist lie
i ween Tom and John ':" otherwise the
I '.il l is newsy anil democratic.
The f.rccnsbnro North State Irepubli--an
I lias a 4 page Keeil supplement this
.veek, with a picture of the greatest bully
I modern times. Of course these sii
plemenls are sent out by a Keed bureau
.iinllioin a distinct notice, or tceler in
, hat direction, ot Heed's ambition lor the
The Kalcigh Chronicle announces thai
it has added to its start as snvial trav
eling corresHindcnlH, Mr. T. M. KoIktI
soa. ol l.ilierty, Randolph county, and
Miss Rose Wood, ol Littleton,
The editor ol the doldsboro Dispatch
has "chimb" a tree. He tried to say that
a Miss Homes was married, lint the U h-s
had it Jones.
The Concord Standard is an awfully
i mil little one, lint ttsillustrationsshoiilil
la' used only to scare the Statesville sun
ler. I1IE I..XWST XliWS
lUn.U MukTII CAKOUXA.
Columbus Harnett, of I'nlk count v.
rennessce, is in the Murphy jail for an
attempt nt burglary iiHn the house ot
John Simpson, in Nulla township.
Mr. J. W. Cobb, register of deeds, ol
Charlotte, say the aggregate valuation
of Mecklenburg's taxalilcs this year will
is.' nearly a million dollars over that ol
Miss Alice I.. Jones, youngest daugh
ter ot the late Rev. Dr. t. M. Jones, ol
Greensboro female college, has accepted
i lie Risition ol organist at Edeiiton street
Methodist church at Raleigh.
Burlington Sews: Last Friday night
as the midnight train wus passing Elon
College, Mrs. Ins. MeAilams, in attempt
ing to get oil was thrown to the ground
with such force ns break her leg juslnliovc
The aggregate of real nnd personal
proKTty in Durham county, recorded on
the tax iHioks lor tne present tear, is
Whites, $.1.i:W,Hl.l; colored. $N!l,0U
Acres of land in the county, KlH.tiUl",,
The supreme court will convene on
the Ulllli iiist. The lillth and 27th will
he devoted to the examination of appli
cant lor license to practice law. So far
only two applicants have Iwen registered,
but n class of about twenty-live is cx
pectcd. The Graham Gleaner is informed that
Franklin Ingle, the torekceier for the
Beaver Creek Alliance store at Huffman's
mills, ilisapieared a few days ago, carry
ing with him between $lf() and $I7.'.
When Inst heard from he wns in Greens
boro, Ingle is 2N or 211 years old.
I). B. Stewart, the Pittsburg oil ex
pert, who was at Greensboro ami visited
the "well," suited that the oil wns crude
petroleum, and that the indication were
the well would be n success. Mr. J, J.
I'lninix lias returned from Baltimore,
where an offer wns made to buy out his
oil mill, but the offer wns declined.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
whites pay on $1M to every $1 belonging
to the colored people, the fund is so dis
tributed here that nearly double ns much
of the school fund is apportioned to the
colored than to the white schools the
npiMirtionmcnl last yenrliciiigasfollows:
For white schools, $.'1,4111. 2G; lorcolorcd
schools, Jfi.fiai .25. Total for both, $,
122.50. Wilmington Messenger.
A Mlsjhtv Thornasjti Rotate.
From the New York 8un.
Probably the neat Month Carolina IraUla
tun will contain aomt prtitv ronah ilia
mnnda. Likely eaoauh It will try Ita hand
at soma qneer kalalat'on, None th k-aa
will Tillman hav don a wrvlc to hi tnt
and to hi party, H naa shaken up their
dry bona, and aunly they netded It. II I
a trismus, ofth food old democratic prin
dpi of rotation la onto.
orr ox run fakm.
Alex. Walker, writing from Asheville.
says: It is generally annulled i uai tne
crop in this part of tlic state is larger by
ten ikt cent, tnnn usual, nie growm
has lieen very fine and curing has Ikvii
remarkably good, and every indication
at nresent points to n considerable in
crease of wrapper and it corresponding
shortage m cutters. An early irosi may
very materially effect the quaiititv ns
well as the quality of the crop; but
should the crop be successfully housed,
then the planters will lie made happy."
It is learned that :i0,00t) tons of the
farmers' alliance fertilizer, made at Dur
bam, were sold last season.
Mr. R. R. Cotton, of Cotloudale, fill
eoimlv, has M75acics in cotton that is
extra, 1 75 acres ill corn that is splendid,
Hnd.r0 acres in corn thatislhr wonder
of all, even the Granville and Person
county tobacco men. He has the most
modern barns for curing 14 in iiuiuIkt.
lie had cured S!l lianis two weeks ago
and will have 50 or 75 more to cure. 1 1 is
silos will U' Idled next week withcnsilage
of tlic finest I ever saw. Correspondent
At the slock law election held in King's
creek township, Caldwell county, 52
votes were cast lor the law and Dm
Willis Best is probably one of the
wealthiest colored men in the county,
lie raises Ironi ten lo twelve bales ol cot
ton every vear la-sidc oilier crops. And
does it all with one mule too. Do
sweet potatoes pay ? Mr. Win. II. Grif
fin planted seven acres in them this year
and has sold l.Vin bushels, getting an
average price of till cents prr bushel.
That menus over 1 25 per acre. Who
can beat it? Goldshoro Dispatch.
Threshing wheal time is over now, and
the next thing w ill Ik; the visits of the
candidates lo the townships. Concord
Our merchants sold several thousand
I ?l dollars worth of dried apples and
hlacklKTiies last week. There is not as
large a crop of dried fruits this year as
l ist, but will bring about asmiich money
into the county. Fancy sliced apples are
bringing as much this year as nvliil
IK-aclies did last year. Taylorsviilc In
dex. Mr. It. II. Stinson. ol Gulf township,
has sent the Chatham Record a pvai
that weighs one pound and three quar
ters. Mr. P. W. Johnson, of Wake Forest,
who has a tine vineyard at that place,
brought the Raleigh Chronicle a sample
of the lames graK-s. This summer Mr.
lohnsoii sIupikmI $100 world In mi less
.ban half an acre. He netted $:i'.i.5o
irom lilly Ik'lawaie vines, and gol $5
premium on the same grnia-s at the fruit
lair, making $44.50 net profit one veil
on filly vines.
R. R. Cotton, of Falkland, has I'm ty
live thousand Hiumls ol tobacco cuied
from this year's crop.
A man who has travelled n go id ilea',
is long headed and possessed of a heap ol
com n sense, tells the Durham
Recorder, Ih.-il lots ol tobacco raised in
North Carolina wasshipRil to Virginia
and Irolll there to other pails of the
world ami claimed as U-iug her ow n pro
duct. The Wilson Advance thinks that the
amount of nionev that the Kiinut crop
will turn loose in Wilson county will as
tonish sonic tieople. From a strictly cot
ton comity Wilson has grown into a
county ol diversified crops, surpassed by
few counties in the Stale.
Worked Like a Charm.
Itradlield's Female Regulator worked
like a charm; improvement Ihiii won
derail; cannot express my gratitude.
Wish every iadv atllieted would try it, I
know it would cure them.
Mrs. A. I.omi,
Spring Grove, l-'la.
Write Brmlficld Regulator Compam.
Atlanta, tin., for particulars. My all
A crrnm of tartar baking iiowdrr. HlRhrat
of nil In Irnvi ntntf atmiKth tl. 8. Onvrrn
inrnl Report. Annual 17, 1 HMU. lulj'Jlidly
Theodore Child's series of pnpers on
South Aincricn. now lK-ing iiulilisliril in
llarier's Magazine, is attracting wide
attention not onlv on account of the
freshness and timeliness of the articles
but nlso Ik-cuiisc of the valuable charac
ter of the information which they con
tain, and the evident good judgment
which controlled the wnltr while mnk
ing and recording his observation. The
second article, which appears in the
Magazine for October, is entitled "Agri
cultural Chili." It contain all account
of a visit to the agricultural province
of that country, dcscrilH-s the Chilians'
methods of farming, irrigatioa, wine cul
ture, etc., nnd states some interesting
facts regarding immigration, labor, and
wage. The description of some of t In
growing cities anil towns, and Mr.
Child's account of railway traveling in
that region, will be rend with surprise
be many persona who are accustomed to
regard the South American states ns
countries but little better than half civi
lized. The urtiele is very fully illustrated
from drawings ly T.'lc Thulslrup, W. 1'
Snyder, W. Hamilton Gibson, W. A
Roger. II, Bolton lone, Frederic Rem
ington, George de P. Brush nnd T. V.
RAVENSCROFT HIGH SCHOOL,
Preparatory Doanlliia and tnv Helmut for
Hnya. The araalon will comminc Wednes
day, Sk-ptcmlHrr 1 7. For nartlenlnr apply to
RUN ALU MACIKINALII. It. A., OnTnM,
rptlldlw P. (I. Una 4V4t I .
Ks H. HKITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Also ararilng of all kind done. All order
promptly Ailed and work auarantfed. Can
he found at all time at Orahatn' Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
i:. J. ASTON.
Vcncrsil I Inaurance Agent
Rear No. 00 Snath Mala street.
AahrvUI, N. C.
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS !
OKMOCHATIC l'HIABV l-I.KC-TIUN
Full aurlCoiiiiilfto liiHtruclloiia n
Keiturcl to Holitlnic It-Tlic Num
ber or iteleKUtea From ICticli
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of lliiucoiulic county :
Pursuant lo a call heretofore made to
the democratic voters of the various
townships of BuiicoiiiIh county to hold
priuiarv ilectious on the 27th day ot
this month for the purpose of giving the
democratic voters of the county an op
portunity to express their choice of can
didates for the house of representatives
and sev-.-ral comity offices, il is thought
necessary to give some spiciiic instruc
tions, as lo the manner of holding such
primary elections, as tollows:
First. The democrats of the several
townships are earnestly requested to
meet lit the usual voting place of the
township not later limit HI o'clock
on the morning of Saturday, the 27lh ot
this month. The democratic executive
committee will select two gootl demo
crats to act as judges of, and
to conduct, the election. In the
absence of the executive eoiimiittee or
a failure to act on their pari so, soon on
the morning ol the said election as six
democrats shall arrive thev shall proceed
at once to elect the two judges herein
provided tor, whose duty it shall Ik- lo
provide a box or other means lor voting.
After the box or other means shall have
Iktii provided, each and every democrat
or other voter pledging himscll to sup
port the nominees ol the democratic
party, shall Ih-allowed to cast one vote
for a' candidate for each of the county
offices and one vote each for two candi
dates for the legislature. The votes may
Ik-either written or printed on one piece
of paK'r or separately as the judges may
determine liclorc the voting begins.
Second. The polls should Ik' kept iqa-n
ironi Dl o'clock a. in. till 5 o'clock p. in.,
ir lati r il the judges think il advisable
ir necessary, to give every voter ill the
township who ilesiies to do so an op
iiortmiiiy lo vole,
Thinl. While I he election of candid : Irs
for the various offices is Uiug proceeded
with each volet shall also lie allowed to
vote for dclcgatis to the county conven
tion who shall Ik' in numlK-r one delegate
ior everv twetit v-livc democratic votes
mil fractions ol litici-n or ovet east lot
ioveruor Fowlc in the last preceding
.lection. The several lowiislnpsaml pie-
ciucts will llicrclorc Ik- entitled to select
the billowing iiuiuIkt of delegates re
lieHU Kat Wnnl la
W est Wnnl Bg
lla nek S
very t nek .'I
aliu-k Moiintiiin I
lri-tH'li llroail a
l-lat Creek .'I
Lull, a one 4
Lower llontin.v ft
Kecina Crirh .". 4
Sullil.v Mush I
t'piH-r Hominy V
Total I go
fill. It shall Ik- thedlil v oil In delegates
so elated, to attend the eoimtv conven
tion which will assemble in the conn
bouse in Asheville at II o'clock a. in. on
Saturday the 4tn day of OcIoIht. IS'.iii,
when and where thev shall cast the vole
ol the township seuiiiitg llieui. according
to the result ol the primary election giv
ing lo each candidate his proporlioua'.e
parl of the vole ol the township as east
lor him in said priuiarv elections. If auv
candidate shall fail to receive a majorilv
il the voles in said coiiulv convention
cast in accordance with voles cast in the
primaries, then il shall Ik.' the duly of the
delegates ill said county convention to
proceed to select a candidate for such
office wherein such failure occurred.
Filth, i'ihiii the closing of the polls
mill judges will proceed at once, III the
presence ot such votersas mav choose to
lie present, to count the voles cast, both
tor caailulates anil delegates, anil certify
the same in duplicate, and scud one copy-
to the undersigned chairman ol the
eounlv executive committee, and deliver
ing the others to a delegate elect to Ik-
presented by him to the said county con
Bv order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mcl.ot li,
Cb. Dent. Fx. Com. HiiiicoiiiIk' Co.
Tha Creat Cocoa of Europs,
Th Coming Ont of Amsrica.
madk ar srrcui. phockss-thkbrht.
Cocoa is of supreme Impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Ilouten's has fifty fxr
ctnt. more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der It easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
Is highly developed.
aj-VAW HOUTKII't COCOA ("sum triad,
always aasd ") tatharlalaal,iar,sla
ala Caaaa. IsvaataS, Bwlaataa aaa
asaaalaHallaaa.ana lalo-daf balMrand
awraarfaM tbaaftaf af tha aaatatons Imlta
tkioa. la faot, a aompanaln taat trill aullj
la aDlablllur, MTwabl Ual and antrum i
fqulltlac oLarsaataalalaUiavorld." Aakt
(lor VAaHotmn'saaduliaDaotbar, 11 1
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A trtilt liver itraua-M III. sthoUayaa
Dyspepsia. Cosliveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
Tkr la k.tl.r r.meilr tor tha i
rwmaaaiai allaeaaea tliaa Tint'. I.lv.r ;
rtlla, aa m trial will prof. l'rle,IIS. ,
NIIW DKKII, earaiulla preiarl by lead
a. ina mem bars of the Aahcvllk har ion
Aneat parchmcat aad hcaer flat paperl, cor
artna all aeeeaaarr point, Juat out and now
oa aale at tkc nfflc ot tk. Citiirn PtRLiaH
DM Co , Mo. North Coact eoaara flaala
BIG CRASH !
Kxcitniipiit ran liijj.li iiKtlit1
f Host if Bros. x
Wrij-lit'H building; becniue
known. Workmen nro rnp
idly removing; Hie debris nnd
will soon liiive the building'
i'cl,ieed. In (lie iiieiint ime
the immense stoek of goods
piled in every corner will be
siicriiiceil nl prices less limn
ever known in Asheville. Ol
course we will gyt Bid DAM
AUKS for the wreckng'e, but
our customers will have n
"picnic"' ol low prices for n
few thiys. Come and see.
BOSTIC BIIOS. & WBK1IIT,
No. 1 1 X. Court Square.
No. .4 Pulton AC1IUC,
M AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, ami in
vile our fri 'iids and the pub
lic jiciierally to call ami ex
amine our Well SCCCCI sioi-i
FU KNIT UK E,
Which we are ol'feriiig iit rock
bottom prices. I'lidertakiim
special feature. Calls at
tended da v or night.
Telephone. day 7.",night ).".
Tin- entire nlnek
iKit'liiit; li4 Ur.t
.iui mid fit una
1-55-0 N E-T H I R 0 0 F f 1-1-5$
Vf MMKllrKD nl i-iMt, ( wv intiti'l 111 the irtun
ti. kn i n i'li.nu but .H nn t
!trrhni! silver b welry,
ARTHUR M. HELD,
Houlll Main Hi.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaent for Kerni. t're.'V Woolen Mllla
North Main 'lie-lili,
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
1-miPRlHTi iH HI
ASHEVILLE BRICK WOHKS,
. Abbeville, N. C.
I. . i.
(ttai-ee-snrs to llnird Ktctor. )
No. 38 Nurtli Main Slrctl,
II A VIC Jl'ST KHCI'.IVItll
CAH LO O TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LOAD BHN AND SHOHTS.
Miihoii'm 'rni'kcrn a Mpeiinlty
At.l. (ttJtlim Dtil.lVliKltll I'KI'.U.
Hoiiae with 0 room and S a err land oa
lleavrrdam road, IV nulr from Court
auare. Apply to C. 8, COOl'HK, on th
prcmlM. augli atf
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flrat etnas hotel. Hot and cold
I'li-etne liells In every room. Iiprn tire In
room, liiiu-h counter, elunr and new stllllll
rie Hreel enra ns ilo.ir every o ioiimiuk. -
o .ninntes for -neuls.
RATIvM, l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. II AIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. St. IIHVA1H and WAI.TKR BltKKN. Clerkw.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INULUOING BATH
I'iiil.hr.t tliroiiKlimit In Antimic OnV. Parlor and Keeeptlim tlull llnishctl In Uuarter.
i.iweil i ink WnlL dratted with l.lneruato-Walton.
l''or further Information eall on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
I illy 1 5.1 1 ill
HO NOT FORGET
ON L Y
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Clu'.s oi Six
Scud Oim Dollar iinti I'cnow
your HulHci'ii(itni nt unci'.
Spit-inl (Vim'HpoiKli'iilH in
PVt'l'.V Wftioll Of Wl'HtfM'll
MPKl'IAL, l-KATHRI Hi
In the State.
water nnd haths and toilet on every floor.
onie" nno unites in neu ronmii. unin-, iiinina
anu nnr onn iiinniru "'oni mi uijinioi.r. niee-
ROOM FITTED YftTrt WTER CLOSET-..
Iih hU DHiur mni price Mampcii ktlaau
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CCNTLBMIN.
Vim Cftlf mm Lmt4 WaimrtMf OnUa
The 0irrllnr and wrNHinc auftlltfMflf (fata tbnm
cannot bf l't(r rIiowq Uianbr UieatrooR w4onr
meaw oi im uouitnai 01 ooiwuui
SC.OO (Ji-nalnf lland-srwad. aa r-trant aa4
9 it vhih ilrrM HbiM whloti ommend tttH,
t.4.00 lUiid-i-wrd Welt. A flna oaU
tOJO Goadyrar Welt to
Hht, at a popular prtoi
Q.SO Pallrrmaara Hliaa I
w fur rtllmad men, farmi
utiruiiira inr nvw ana auraoimr.
mm la eanwlallr adantad
mn. fairmiaraL a La.
All mad la Oongrata, llutuio and Laea.
hava ham moat fararably raoatvad riaa latrodncMl
and tne recnt mpnvmnta make taaai alerter
to anjr ihoee Mid al tbaar prloaa.
Ak jnur Iroalnr. and if he cannot euppqr fom eaadt
dliwt to farttiry encloalog aUvartiMd print or
pouU for ortltT blfinlit.
PtiR 8AI.B BY
Killtor Aaherllle Cirftrn:
That our many frienda may hnnw how we
are Kettlnii on we will state that wc took lo
In Hotel am. Htorr
$9,000 In 'lvc DVcckkt.
Ttiok In Inst Hlitnnlny over (7I"I. 7(l ol
Hint wu hotel, tiittancr atore. lintel resrla
terrd tin that day. Had e.tHMI arrival, la
.1 month... Our Rt-'ek t mammoth StKi f-et
Ionic and 15 feet wide. Tell the lialanee of
the world to come and see "Old died" amile,
nnd buy aooda of a and a a re 10 to ilu per
nnvlltillf g. R. CHRriltBTKI) ft tuts.
The Aorld I'amoui, tinequated, unricelletl.
durahlc ttnil Itenutlftil
Are reeonimeniled hy the be-t artist. Come
milt examine our aooil lierore. huylna else
where at No. .17 Tattoo aveauc. Tuning
und repnlilna n sprelnlty,
0. M. WILLIAMS At CO.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMFDY.
aJ ,u.C. Ouro. s "
In 1 tn Altars, wllliont I'.ln.
I'nivani. atrlrtiiro, (,'ontnln no
nerld or nolaonona suli.tnnrea, slid
la KunrantiM'd atiaolnlely hiirmles.
1 priwrllieil l, phvaloliin and
rmiinnndiiil hy cfrURitlst. priro ),
H"ll dniRKUta, Ifciwar of Rub.
PUH HALB UY
RAYSOR It 8MITH, A8HEVILLE, N, 0
TO WEAK MEN
fritfcrinf from Uia afaoM of ToathftU anon, awtt
eMu;, Waallng waakniia, lost manbooit Ma., I wlQ
ana a Talashla traaUaalaaalMi eonialdlBf fall
partliralaraforhomaour. PRtlof hart. a
pUadld aiallaal work I ahonlitba ti by arsry
aua who I Bareoaa aad dabllltataa. Addraasj
& V. C. WWLMM, M4m, Cmkb,
or5 daxw I)