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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10. 189Q.
J i '17
To a certain extent general
advertising creates a want
It announces new things and
familiarizes the public with
old ones. General advertis
ing is of as great value to the
advertiser in Keeping tin w
tablished article before tin
public as in introducing a
new one. The most success
ful business men realize this
and thev never let the iniblit
foriret their existence. The
oft-repented assertion that
advertisements are not remi
is proved to be a lie of th
most senseless kind by the
advertiser's record of results
THE DAILY CITIZEN
Hv RANDOLPH-KIWI PRINTING CO
Tiik IUilvCitiikn. lenioerntlc. la mibli.hc
ever, ultcrmion le&ccut humluyl Ht the fl-
lwinj( rule. atrwtly caa.-
THK UA1I-V UTIIKN
la on anle nt the folluwlnic place in A.hcvlllr:
CITIZKN Itr r It rt.
HATTBKY HAKK NKWK STASH.
t'.LKN KlICK NKWS STAND.
MoliKI. I'lflAH STllKli. I'atton Ave.
J. CAKSON'8 NBWtfSTOKh, North Court
FKIDAV. SI-l'TUMIIliK 111. 1H!0.
For Chief JiiMliee of the Supreme Court:
HON. A S. MliKKIMIIN.
l''or Aiofmtc.iittllec of the Suireine Court
HON. UAl.TliK CI.AKK.
Poll M'l'KKIOK CorMT M IMiK:
1t tlittriet t'.Ko If. Imows, jr., of llciiulort
1M iliMUirl IlkNKI K Hk an, of Cntvell.
tli ilmlriet Si'Ikk VViiitakkk. of Wake,
otlt divine! M. W. Winston, of t'.rimviile.
Ilth ili.triet Ii. T. Movkin, of Sumption.
7th ilimrtet jAMht. It. MclVKM. of Moore.
Milt htru-t K r. Akumci.ii, nl Iretlell.
Imh ili.triet o. ;kv IHnim. of Iturkc.
1 Ith ilialmt W. A. HoKK, ol Lincoln.
lt di.triet J II. III. in NT. of l'eritiimHll..
1.M ilintrti-t . M liRUAHII, ol llllilMA
ttl ilitrii-t Jno. Ii WiMiiluril. ol ilm.n.
4-ih ilimrii-t Ii. W I'or. ir . of jMlinntmi.
olh ilmnet -Ii. S I'AkKkk. ol Aliimnnee.
lllh di.tm-t 1 1. II. Al.l.fcv of l.enoir.
Till ililrul I'kank McNIfll.l.. ol Ku-hmoml
lh lhtiet It. l.oNO, ol Ireilell
lth ilintriet W. W. IUHIil.lt, nl' tllo-n.
Imh li.trn-t . C. Nl.w I. .ti. ol LiilileP
I I ill , intru t I' 1. 1 iMioRNh. of Mi-i'kU-nliurK
Uth ilmirut r.t:o. a. J.im;. u Moeott.
1.1 ili.triel W. A. II. ItkA.NCll, of Itrutilott
;til iliin i it !' t'.KAht.ol hupiin.
4th ilimriel It. II. tt nn. of Nnh.
.".Ill tli.lnel A. II A. W ii.i.uuk.oI t'.rttnville.
lilll li-lrivt S. It. Al.l:XANtihlt. of Meckleii
hum. Tth district J S II knm:hmiN, of K'lwnn.
Mlh iliHtru-l W. II II. Cow i. km. of WliklN.
ttlh liiru-t W. T l naufiihii. nl llitvwooil
llulll Ml 111 Out.
Then; i n titwj.tKT "liikir" nt Cli.ir
luttf wlm i lining tht' stale timl tile lie
niueraey uitiili harm, lie should Ik
1 ii i i (.(.- I out ierli,'iiK I lie L'harlolU
ClirimU'le can tin that ami jjiven nutiit
tti k'ltvv town or lui I v i f i c . The kthoIi
we allude lo liak Ikvii taking ItUrtio
with some ot our inimt icpulalile innuii
taina anil our esteemed neij;lil)or tilt
IViiKKTat has verv pruKrlv ilenounei'il
lii tit lor it; lint Tim Crni-x tlitl not liv
called tton to administer rcirni in thai
instatkc, lor the reason that the moun
tains seemed to lie tandiun it iiiiu
well inul no tine wait hurt very much.
Ilul a tlilVcrcut case lint come bct'orc
us. The Cl.'irloltc correspondent llu
tame "liikir" prohalil.v til' the New
York Sun anyt:
"The attempt made try the farmers'
alliance ol' North Carolina tti create an
nun-Vance tcnlimetit lias thus lar proved
more surt'cssiul than they had liotud lor.
"In the western portion ol North Caro
lina there I. as recently Ikvii established n
newspaH'r which supports Col. I.. L.
I 'oik lor senate anil I. wart I'or coimress.
This paier it sent broadcast over the
ttate to niemUrs ol the alliance anil
democrat outside the alliance, lit de
nunciations ol Vance lire very tcvere.
"The alliance nay they ore willing to
ally themselves witnthe blackest repuli
licans to ifnin their point. Vance't
Iricnds arc aware ol the iincnditiK' dan
ger, anil the chairman ol the time demo
cratic executive committee hat issued a
call lor the democratic club ot the state
to meet in Kalcigli on September 1' to
reorganize the entire democracy of North
Carolina into one solid organization."
Almost every section of the foregoing
it calculated, without Uing wholly n
lie out a. itl out, to convey a lalse impres
sion. At to the first, Col. l'olk liascallcd
ol) what he thought were hiidaysof war
and probably ten alliance men will vote
lor Vance mcmlwrt of the legislature to
one that will vote against them.
"In the western portion of the ttate
there Imt recently been established n
nrwKimjcr." T hit must refer to thennti
I'lirmer and Mechanic, a tri-wcckly tluit,
n the old joke lint it, comet out one
week null triet to come out week nfter
text, provided censtit clerki contribute
95eiich. "Ktiuhlithed!" Why Kwnrt't
In-gging orgnn'ii only symptom of life to
fur hm been to cull on the faithful for
milk. "Help tit, Cnwiut," it itt cry, "or
we sink." "Scntteretl broadcast." Why,
the poor thing hain't gut out of court
house tiunrc lor ten dnyt now.
"hsdcniinciatioiitof Vnncenrc tcvere!"
Well, they hurt Vance ubout m would
the blowt of a ribbon counter clerk hurt
John I.. Sullivan.
"The alliance say tlicv are willing to ally
thcmaclvc with the blackest republicant
lo gain their Hiint!" Thit it not n lie; n
lie hat substance, vitnlity, nt lentt n
vague tiiggcstion of reason about it; but
this statement it too tilly to be even n lie.
And to on. Wc think the Charlotte
Jouriiulisti have a duty to perform, and
that it to tmokc thit fellow out. lie wnt
not born to blush unteen, nor to make n
whole ttate blush for him. Charlotte
llioulil purge itself.
And, by the wuy, what hut the Hun to
tay for itt thare in thit disreputable buti
ncti? On the subject of bonding the city for
the improvement ol the streets and side
walks and the possible extension of the
sewerage system, Mr. Richmond Pearson
mukes one observation in Tub Citizkn
to-day that will strike the taxpayer with
no little lorce, w believe; and that is
this: "The city is better able now to
stand an increase of 9160,000 than it
was to stand the first issue of $40,000 in
1883." There enn be no doubt of thit,
It it ubout time, by the way, th.it those
opposed to thit plan of improvement
if there be any ttich, thould make known
It is n matter for congratulation that
Col. Cameron hud to large and appre
ciative an audience at he did to hear
hit essay on "The Poets of North Curt
linn. 1 he tact shows nn interest in
matters ol literary moment that is Hat
tering to Asheville.
If our Asheville brethren want to ex
cite lasting notice, I'-t them follow
tirecnahoro's example anil discover an
oil well. lireensboro Patriot,
Say, has yours brought any exclusive
franchise to the front yet ?
The I'onifreMHloiittl 1
I'rom the New York Sun.
All olliciiil record til lies.
rua i..n:sT xuws
1-HO.M XHKTIl CAKOUXA.
The work on Salisbury's two r
banks progresses very rapidly.
Many iiitprovc.icnts an- in progress
on the line ol the K.ilcgh autl iiastonraii
The alliance hat purchased twenty;
live acres of land on the North Carolina
railroad south ol Salisbury, opposite the
Active work nt the permanent cnmi
ground nt Wrightsvillc will lie iH'gtin at
once under the direction ot the quarter
Davidson college commenced its
lifty-third session Thursday, September
II, with line piosKcts lor n larger at
tendance, than it has had tor several
A party of twcnty-oucileaf .niddiinil
IK-rsons. ranging in age I'rniii S to ;t,'
t ears, passed through last night en route
to the deal and dumb asylum at Raleigh.
I rccusboro Patriot.
IJverv member ol'thc lamilvof Mr. C.
I. M lingo, ol Clear Creek township, is
lown with typhoid lever. Mi. Mango
iiiuisclt has hatl tile lever lor eighteen
lays and Ins condition is critical.
KcidM-illc Weeklv: Mr. J. V. Stall-
nigs the larnicr whose linger was bitten
liv a negro in a tight a lew weeks ago,
mill it ucccssnrv to amputate the
wounded mciiiln'r. The llcsh ptitritiiil
md relused to atllierc to the none.
High Point Enterprise: Last Ttics
I i v morning Missl'i. A. I.ivellgood. who
lives near Mount Pleasant church, had
liuth her hands tcrriblv mashed while
working nt a cane mill. One hand has
I veil amputated and it is feared that she
will not recover.
A gentleman who was iilmut live
miles lout h ol the citv during the late
.lorin says that it uprooted trees in the
uvhards. hulled the leuces down anil did
-iinsidcrable ilamage to the crops cse
ally. Tobacco which was in I lie track
I I lie slot in was riddled with the hail.
Yesterday proceedings imnrenio ri-
unRitct were heard lielore Judge C. 1.
I pehiireh and a jurv upon the condition
I Mr. Will T. Rogers, ol Kaleigh. lie
.v:ii decided to Ik' a subiect wortnv ol a
lii.irdiau, and Mr. J. M. Itiouglitoii was
ippoiiitetl as such guardian. Mr. Rogers
::is Ikcii ii great stiff rer troui rhciima
ism, which having reached his brain,
.tally unfitted him lor the jiropcr inaii
igeiuent ot his bus lies nlfairs. At our
imc he was a large dealer in horses nntl
miles. Slate Chronicle.
Charlotte Chronicle: The Morgan-
cun I. ami and Improvement company
light a tract ol iO,mo acres. King in
Mcl'owell. Mitchell and Yancey counties.
parte ot surveyors headed liv Kichard
Williams, were sent to survev the land.
riicy stopiKil at a house on lllnck
Mountain anil the first night were served
with a notice til it if they didn't decamp
lielore the next sunrise, the house in
which they were staying would lie rid
ded Willi millets. 1 he surveyors lell
hose purls that tame night, walking
il'lccii uiilct down toe side ol a mountain
i get out ol the neighborhood. The 7.-
t-MI acres ol land is an oltl grant made
y the state lo lloli Henry. A large Hum-
lier ol'iK'ople have tell led on it.
At the new republican state executive
intuitu tee t lu st meeting at koku'h.
John II. linve. its chairman, presiding,
I'. T. Walser, of (IrecnslHiro, was elected
secretary, A resolution introduced by
I. J. Mott was adopted, innioiiiting n
committee of three to sec that every rc-
puinicati voter in the state lias nn opHir-
liiinty to register, and in case there was
a Inilurc to register to ascertain thecniisi
I the Inilurc and the name of the regis
tar. It win announced that the purpose
if this was to see whether there wnsn
necessity for haying the lorce lull passed
by congress in December, and also
whether that bill it needed in North Cur
ium. The introducer of the resolution
asserted that i( the state elation law
was enlorceil the lull wotdtl lie a neces
N. Ii. llroughton scuds this to the Kill
igh News ami Observer: "As chairman
if the democialic executive committee
if the Fourth congressional district, it
gives me pleasure to Uar testimony to
iiir utmost commence in Air. 9. titno
Wilson as a tlraightoiit democrat in
principle anil practice, and in the last
campaign did mott etlicient service for
the pnrur.' Mr. Wilson hat lx-cn ac
cused of making iinccIici tending to cre
ate a division in the rankt of the demo
It it rcHirtcd that Hannibal Simpson,
the iiult'iKiidcnt who was once sent to
th" state tcnitte by Rockingham, is try
ing to misrepresent that county again
the coming yenr. He hat told hit friends
that be it nut lor their votct against Dr.
Courts and intend to push the cam
paign, Raleigh Chronicle.
The Hertford county convention nomi
nated J. L. Anderson lor the house. He
t an alliance man, and a Vunce man.
resolution endorsing Senutor Vance
wat adopted. The Hyde county dem
ocratic nominating convention mimed
for the house of representatives Julian 8.
The Guilford democrutshave instructed
for Vance and nominated John L. King
lor the senate anil W. M. Wiley and Dr.
K. Denny for the house.
It la Mot NtsccNaarjr
from the Mtate Chronicle
Tht I'roiireailv Parmer nfftr to sin Men
tor Vnnct "from two tn thret column of
pace per week, to long aa he may elect
use It, to show that hi poaltlon and ht af
the Ameriraa conarcaa on tht auu-ircaaur,
bill ha hern protsrr nnd riffht."
Aa the nunlier of people illsturlicd about
Ornator Viuiec'a position on the aub-trcturjr
bill I very tmall, anil growing nnaller. It la
hardly probable th t ha will tak apoa Una
atlf the extra labor or eontrlbatlna: two or
three columns weekly to the I'roa-reaalvt Par
mer oa the aubjeet.
THIS MEAXS M'SIXUSS.
HayAHhough not all the machinery at
the Raleigh cotton mills is in operation,
yet the shipments of yarns are l,f(KI
Mflt is reiHirted thnt only about four
miles ol track remains to be laid on the
Wilmington and Wcldon branch road Iw
tween Tarboro and Kinston.
toTFimr gcntlemnn in Winston have
bought fillO acres ol land near the town,
for the purpose of organizing a land com
pany, with a capital of $1T)0,IIII0.
hoSTlie Klizubcth City Carolinian lint
good news about the old Dismal Swamp
canal. The money has been rnised, the
contracts made and active work will he
gin on the first ol Octolier. There will
oulv be two locks, one at South Mills
ami the other nt iHwp creek. The depth
of the water all the way will lie nine leel.
ltf"Tlie I'ireenshoro oil well has not
been okiiciI lor about five days nt Mr.
rliirnix, the owner. is awaiting the anal
ysis of Dr. 11. II. Hattle.ot Raleigh, of the
oil. The water has risen about sixteen
leet in the well, but from the sample
taken by the dreensboro Patriot man
the oil npiicart to have increased instead
In)" The building and loan association
is growing tits. The pay-roll of the Le
noir iiiiiiuure lanorv is t wo niniurcu una
odd dollars weekly anil the lonn nssocia
lion is an excellent place for the opera,
lives to lay hv their saviu(t. Mr. J. R
lirvin tells us that n II. & L. nssoeintion
with $200.0110 cniiital and .'l.'iO shares,
has Ixvn organiied at Linvillc city. Le
oct ox ruii 'farm.
The cow of Mrs. Martha Ilcdgccock,
ol Abbot creek, DtiMdson county leads
I here has Iktii sold in the inston mar
ket, from the loth ol Mnv until the Kith
it Scptcmlicr, tour months, I Kill pounds
ot her butter.
Much interest has been aroused among
cotton men by the report of a movement
by which the national farmers' alliance
proposes to hold back from market for n
time J, nun, lino bales. A niimlier of col
li men were asked about this new plan.
but all ol them said thev knew nothing
iliout it except what was in the telegram
united above. Most of them agree.
however, that if such a a deal is consum
mated, it will send cotton nwnv up, for
i while at least. One dealer said cotton
would go up liltcen cents in Charlotte, if
he scheme were earned out. C harlotte
1'roin the News anil Observer.
We lu-eil fimim-ial reform anil we believe
lluit It etui tie nttninril.nnil then hy allowing
lute luniks to suppl) uhiil hx-nl enrreney is
lecesHiiry, the hulk of the evils thnt have
liecniMTUiiom-il by iipfiressive trgi-lalion will
Ik-remove'1. All tllrse mrHsurr are feasible
Let us strive to hnvr them ailopteil.
Not Fll for the Family.
l-'roni the Lexington IMspateh.
The I'ivt'Hteh no longer eluti with the At-
liintn Cont tutiiin. We don't eonsiili-r Ihr
)ins-r tit lor family rending, and nrr unwlll-
g to aid In extending it eireatntlon.
Thr Itully Clllsen.
Is always alive to the interests of
Asheville anil its S'ople.
Is the most iHipular advertising me-
Hum in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater niimlier of icotile
than "ty other Kctilnr pnicr in the
Is alwavs filletl with the choicest read
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding house till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Ciuzkn.
News, and all the news, makes the ClT
ii:n a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n great
succc'. without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn pays
the advertiser an hiindrril-fnlil.
Ch'l:A TICS many n new business;
HXLA Hi IKS muny an nH business;
KliVIVliS ninny a ilnll business;
MiSL'I'liS many a lost business;
SA IX innnv n Hiilitif! business;
I'MiSHR I 'liS many n lnrie business;
SIX' I 'UtiS suceesi in any business.
7V advertise imlieiimsly, use the eoA
minis of" The Chiien." lircryhmly reads
it; ami in pniitinn tn the returns it
n'cij rci tisers, its rates are the cheap
est in the cnuntiv.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Hlghrat
of nil In Iravrning atrrngth. U. H. r.overa-
mrnt Krport, August 17, lanu. tuiyxiHiiy
Theodore Child's series of papers on
South America, now being published In
llitrier's Mngntine, is attracting wide
attention not onlv on account of the
freshness nntl timeliness of the articles,
but also because of the valuable charac
ter of the information which they con
tain, and the evident good judgment
which controlled the wnttr while mak
ing and recording hit observations. The
second article, which aptienrs in thr
Miigaiine tor iwtoner, is entitled "Agri
cultural Chili." It contains nn account
of a visit to the agricultural provinces
of thnt country, drtcnlxm the Chlliiint'
methods of farming, irrigation, winr cul
ture, etc., nnd states some interctting
facts regarding immigration, labor, and
wages. The description of some of the
growing citiet and towns, and Mr.
Child's account of railwnr traveling in
that region, will be rend with surprise
liv mnny persons who are accustomed to
regard the South American states as
countries nut nme uewer tnnn nan civi
lised. The article is very fully illutUalcd,
bom drawings hy T.de Thulttrup. WmV
Snvder, W. Hamilton (iilmon,
Rogers, H. HolUin ones, FrederK' rem
iugtnn, (ieorge de K. Brush and T. )!
Chominski. ... . ,
TYLER BANK C0VNTERS.
aiOrriUTtD m COUORf ; t trM Wtrk f litl
MOPaami .rtadr. tots nw, tastaas Its,
TTUUl DMKtoT.il. 10011, HO, I.I.A.
BIG CRASH !
Excitomont ran high twthn
wrock of IJostic Bros. &
Wright's building hix-unio
known. Workmen are nip
idly removing the dobriH and
will soon have the building
replaced. In the meantime
the immeiiH( tock of goods
piled in every corner will be
sacrificed at prices Ichh than
ever known in Asheville. Of
course we will get BIG DAM
AGES for the wreckage, but
our customers will have a
"picnic" of low prices for a
few days, ('onie and see.
B0STK' BROS. & WltlGHT.
No. UN. Court Sijuare.
W.A.Blaiu. J.V. Buown.
No. 33 Patton Atchuci
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We a iv now ready, and in
vite our frinds and the pub
lic generally to call and ex-
n mine our well selected stock
Which we are offering a t rock
bottom prhvs. Undertaking
a Pluvial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night (55.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire stock ot
Inclttdlnir tin Hroochen, Buttons nnd nrnct-
Mecardlra. of coat, aa we intend In the future
tn keep nothing bat Oollrt Gold anil
Merlins; 811 rer ewelrj.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Month Main St. AahcvlUc
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaeat far Reeait Crack Woolen Mllla.
North Mala Anherllk, N. C
WM. R. PEIINIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahevllle, N. C.
P.O. Wfm l.
(Hoeccaaon to Balrd St Rector.)
Mo. S North Main Street,
HAVB JUST RBCBIVBU
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LDAO BRAN AND SHORTS.
Dlaaon'a Cracker a Specialty
ALL GOODS DBLIVBRBt) HRUB.
A NBW DBBtl. canrall orrnartd be Icaal
A fas' atmbert of tfe Aalmtll. bar toa
m pamNaMat aad War Bat I
rla all actwaaanr olata,Jaat 01
a salt t th oalc of Un Cmti
Da dot), eov
oat aad bow
oa Ml. at the otic of Un Cmtaa pvautM
oat Co.;". North Coart aoaarr f tan at
i i i
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
.17 Pntton Avenue
A8HEV1XLK, N. C. .i ..
HorPlne Hat a Specialty.-
E. H. HRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER.
Ala urn. ling of all klnria dime. All nrrirra
promptly nilfd and work guaranteed. Cnn
he found at all tlmea at Graham'a Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
12. J. ASTON,
Itcneral I Insurance I Agent.
Riar No. i!0 South Main atreet.
Aaherllle, N. C.
Encliah and French
B0ARDIN6 AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOR Y0UN6 LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 411 French Broad Arrnue.
MRS. BUROWVN NAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i Por many ycara Aaaoeiatc Principal of Mt
vrrnnn laatiinic, Ditiiiinore.i
Amtlatcd hy a curp nf enmicntrnt teacher
KHTAHL1SII Kll IHSS.
B. H. COSBY,
(ttuccmsor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT IHMIR Tn G AND CBNTRAI. IIO.
TUL, ASHUVII.l.U, N. C.
The tiocat illnplny, you will mt in the win.
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PAT10N AVENUE.
Florida orange cane, natural handle
with cnrvlriKi aln lpn wood, Hea Granr.
Palmetto. Bui nam, I'lacli Mann rove, Humilm.
All faiteily carvrd.
REKL,L, & WAGNEK,
Bocei'Hora to Kopp ft l.lchtcnlicrHcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffer, rotated oa thr premlaea dally, and
ground for every cuxtomer.
Full Line of Table Supplies).
Prrr rirllvery. A full line of Peed, fainlahcd
at wholcaalc prlcca.
a8 PATTON A YEN UK,
Telephone No. 60.
MEDICATED 8ALSAM VAPOR
If you have aay Note, Throat or Lung
(la apiaieatlnn I will arnri a pamphlet
dcacrlptlvt of Aahcvllle and alao the In.
haling treatment free with Hat ol qura
tloat to be answered by the patkat
when ordering Horn, Treatment. TMa
treatment la at effective at the office
OPPICB NO. US PATTON AVBNUB,
Aahcvlllt, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
Mome people agree with The Riin'a opinion.
ahotit men and thin., and aome nconl
don't i hnt everybody like, to art hold of the
nrwauancr which la never dall and never
i miii iu .pen iin m in u
lleraocrati. know that for t-mlv wmm
The Hun ha. fought In the mnt line for lirm.
ocratle prtuelplca, never wavering or weak
ening In It. loyalty to the truettilrrrata of thr
rtv It arrvca with fcitrieH .tllliiM .-J
lalnteivalcd vlaor ' At tl'i.ea nolnlnn. hM
dlnml aa to be lieat mean, of aei omnll.h.
fng the common pnrpoacf It la not The
Kun'a fault If It baa area further Into the mill,
UlKhtfffl hundred and ninety l the year
that will nroliatily determine thr rraullnf the
out In company with The Hun.
Iaj y, per month ao
Sunday, per ymr m. tM
tally aad Sunday, per year S.o
a and Sunday, per mouttw,.... 0.70
AaMrwaw TUB atlM. Itaw Vsyrk,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Paesenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flrat claaa hotel. Hot and cold water and bath, and tolleta on every Hoor.
Itlcetric bclla In every room. Open nre In office and Kmtei Inl Ik6 rooma. oni, dinln,
room, lunch counter, cluar anil uewa atand and bar nnd lillllnrd room on fir.1 floor. Kite
trie atrcrt enra pa.a dour cvrry 30 minute.. Richmond and Danville rnllronil railim houic,
M minute, for nicala.
RATES, II.00 PER DAV.
A. G. HAIXVBURTON, Prop.
J. a. ItRVAN and WAI.TKR OHEKN, ClerkH.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDINO BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOStT.
Hlniahrd throughout In Antliiue Onk. Parlor nnd Kccctlon Hull llni.heil in Urirr.
Sawed Oak. Wnlla drncd with Uncruata-Walton.
For further information call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, JetTcrson Drive.
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Send One Dollar and renew
your HubHcription at oiwe.
SjHK-ial CoiaruHHndntM in
every wnition of Ventern
" SPKCIAL fKATURlCSi
' The lieHt
In the State,
CAUTION KrrV..m SUfffft
hum Mm aasae rb rtc ManM MlUa.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLIMIN.
Fin Calf Bad Laead Wat.rpraaf Omla.
Th. .ie.il.ne. and waarlna qualltwwof IIim akna
eaanot b. bettor !. than by lb. aiwi ttoanM
tn.DI.of lu thouwuil. of conaUltl WMU.fi.
ISM flnalna Hiailwual, aa .torn aa4
9 Mvll.b drraa Hb. which OfflnlMUdt ru.ll.
IjM llaadiwwrd Wall. A Sn. emit Ska
tnruualliMl for Mrl. and durability.
taJOIJMdrrar ataadanl anal
O Hh'T. ml a popular prloa. ... . . M
to 40 r'HreaiaVa Bkir Miwdalb; tdapaal
W fnr rallrtiail men. farmer .
All mad. la Uocurnaa, liuttoa aad tact. i
hav. bM mna favnrahly tvnlvMl Mae tatmtueMl
and th. ree.nl lmpro..mrnu mat. tbaal tuafrKtr
lo any bm .old at ihw prtoM. .
mak vour D..IM. and If hm HnMl aunnrr rat tnM
dlnwt In faelnnr .neloauis adrahkad Bftta, or a
W. 1 UULULAM, BraaliMa, Haat.
POR 8ALB HV
WEAVF.W a WVERS.
Kdltor Aahcvllle Cltiien:
That our many friend, atav know how wi
nre settlnK ou we will .late thnt we took M
In Hotel am. Store
9,000 lii '-'Ive WtcKa.
Took In laat Hntnrtlay nrcr f Timi. t7(l al
lhat wna hotel, bnlanee atore. Hotel rrl
Irrrd M that day. Hail (I.ihhi arrival. It
A month.. Ourat'ckla ninnimoth aiMiterl
Ions and IS feet wide. Tell the bnlanee a
the world tn come and aee "old Chetl" amilc.
and buy gooda of at aad aavt 10 to SIA nrr
novia.Hf tj. R. CHItliKSTKIl tl SUN.
The norld Pamoua, Hnciaaleri, oneaetlk
durable and liraullful
Are m-ominend.il by the ll artl.la. t"na
nnd eaamlnr our uooil. Inrort biitlns cat
where at No. T I'atton avenue. Tana
and reualrlnc a aiieclnlty. A
& M. WILLIAM ft ro.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN RFMEDY.
In I loS linn, wllhnul Pain.
l'rTnnu atrletura. I'oiilalnt w
iierld or pnlaonoiia anliataiiera, and
la snnraiiloMl tliaoliiK'ly harinle;
la nnwrltH-l by nhyalrlHnt and
rMMimi'iiiiMl hv tfruiofl.la. I'rlraau
Hold liydniKKl.la. lkawaraaiana.
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POM BALU UV
nAYSOR ft SMITH, A8HEVILLE, N. C
TO WEAK LIB!
RnaVetBf freti In. aHaa of youthful arrera aatT
daoay, mini waakawab but manbnnd. Mm.. I
ao4 a Taluabl. IraaUM I aaltll MilalulBt
farUmlan fnr hoaw eara. PRU of htrf.
tplandid BMdinal work ibrniliTb. read by
swa waa la aanaaa aad aMMaMt. Aataatj
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