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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANPOLPH-KKKR I'RINTINO CO.
TiiariAn.TCiTizRN, Iieniocrntle, Isnuhlliihe,!
twrj afternoon t.icrpl Stimtiiyi til the InI-
iswing rule. uncxix CHan:
One Year $ nn
Sim Month a im
Three Month! i nn
One Mouth An
One Week in
THK I1AII.Y CITIZKN
I. nn .ale at the following pluces in AHhevillc
BATTBHV PARK NKW8 STANIl.
0I.BN HOCK NKWS STAND.
Mtll.RL CIOAK SIIIKIi. 1'iilton Aw.
. C ARSON K NliWS STOKK, North Court
WliD.VKSDAY OCTOHKK 1. IN'.m.
Slltll JlltlCS UH'llt'll 1I1IISI s.-ivitolv lit
liming ton, i uilmiiLi lv hkiiic I lie c.v
' tracts we luintiil vvmiTilii.v. Hut its n
imittiT nl litct, Mr. Jones's must iiiit.iluV
sentences iln 1 1 i tn an iiiinMiiv ami llistirM
nililrcss lit U iliiiiiiylini. ciinsiilcrcil as a
whole, wis not as si'tisalii ittal as uii(,'hi
have Ikvii cxKvteil, if iinlccil in tins,
ilu.vs ol ninny T.iIiiuihcs in the pulpits it
nt till ilcscrves liy ciitiiiatisiiii to liavi
the ti t til sensational applied to it
Kijjhtlv consittcrcil Mr. Jones's eonrsesi
sajitiKS me rettllv, for the most part, las
liliint way of talking plaiuU ; of lelliiiL
triitliii that most t.'.stors leel tltev iiium
wink at. There iprolally not a pasln:
in Asheville who iloes not teel sometime
that he laeks the iniraye nt his religion
convictions; that it wottlil he a mighty
healthy thiuu il he were to do some k.i
annul tlciioiinciiiju, tlrivinjj the mniicy
lenders out of the temple, tor in
stance. Talking recently wtllt a cnl
tivateil I'rcsliyterian clcrnvinnii win
hail heanl Mr. Jones preach ;i 1111111
Iter of times, he saiil the secret o t lu
evangelist ' .jre.it power laid in this lac! .
that ini.siimier liail hcoieneil his motitl
than the thought was forced on tin
hearer, as an tilisolute conviition, that
thin man was his friend; that his sympa
thies were with him; that, U-yoml all
other things, he wanted to do him everv
Rontl; and from that moment on every
sermon ot Mr. Jones was a sermon
preached individually to that one man
Mien, til all events, was the Iceltnu ot out
informant. man lie no means casih
swayed in his opinions, and he Ulii vc
his rxicrieiice was that ol thousands
KrlcrriiiK also to the lasting elicit ol
.Mr. Jones's work, this clergyman's opiu
1011 was tiuil 11 very late pmpoiiiou ol
the eon versions thus secnteil wire ht
maiieiit. Moreover, win river Mr. lone
lias once Urn, there he is thrice welcome
tK.'iiii. The common ieople hear Inn
Klailly; anil, when all the evidence pr.
and eon is in, the irroislililc conclusion
is that the world would lie Utter oil' 11
Sim Joneses Here plenlier.
Tlie nornaii riekel.
We have tin harsh words lor the action
ol the Morgan meeting yi-sienlav. II. 11
pay, iKlore U WiiSoicritclcailviipictiied
that it was no inure an alliance liieetinjj
than it was a knight of l.alior incctini;
that iHosay.iiothiiiKoriicially ol either
mill the ticket simply expresses tin
judgment of the individuals who made it
up. It will ihvrelorv have 110 oilier at
traction to iiiciiiIkts o the alliance than
would any other ticket not composed en
tirely of alliance nun. Since of course
only that part 01 the ticket can U elecled
that was tilieady part of the pndial.lt
democratic ticket it is hard to see what
.Mr. Morgan and lus Inllowcrs have
Ktiinetl exit-pt an opportunity to relieve
t In ir IccliiiiiS. i platform ol declaration
of principles Ih-iiu4 put out. the isa-eial
grievance ol the men who have none iuli
the movement remains to In- mussed at.
If we were ttskctl lu look lor ii we should
riwcl to linil its source in the lituiiiuK
tlesire ol sot n- tepid. Iiean to detent tin
cleniiH-ralie ticket at whatever cost. And
wliut rcpiil.liciiii is in such di'sK-rale
limits just now as II. I',. I;wart '
Wb ask our readers to note the course
ol Canadian justice as it has Ucii, and
will further lie, cxcmplillcd in t lit- Hire h
all case. First note thai he was con
victed; ami second that the judc ilid
not, ns is the custom here, deter pro.
nolltlcinn sentence lor several ilnvs. I'm
less we lire niiieli mistaken llirchall will
ilir on the day set ; there will lie no dow
ers; no post pi mi mint a to hum lor in
verted commas and mislaid ihtioiIs:
there will lie lew iipH'als; iiutl llirchall
will march to his doom with a certainty
anil punctuality calculated to strike ter
ror to the heart ol the a venire criminal
C'aiiiiilinn justice knows a murderer 011
A Jolly Lot or Pirate.
Prom the New York llernltl.
When Mr. fjuuy was accused of infii
moils iiutl criminal conduct he tnmelv
submitted to the lash, lacking the ltardi
hood to inakc effective answer.
Ami now ex-M-nnlor l-.mcrv accuses
Mr. Iielaniater, who aspires to the buy
ernorship of I'cuiisylviinm, of corruption
ami bribery. The ehar),'e is made boldly
nun in lite ear 01 tltc world, with n dial
leiiKC to Iielaniater to take the matter
Is that challenge iniliKiiantlv accepted ?
AMI ,1 Oil Ol II.
.. vinoi-rtttlc Campaign Doeu-
Prom 11 WnKhinKlnn Speeinl.
While the otmy NicTh will lc eliminntril
tVolli the Uco.nl, lloli Kennedy will have
mine twenty tlii.timtiid ol' them printed unit
.trtl.utcil all nv. r the state of Ohio Thev
will 11N0 In- hourly used by thf ili-itmt-rnts in
the KutK-ttiiltorial contest 111 I'etiiiHylviiniti
Wlii'r- tlie Hliot- IMnclien.
I'r.'in the New York Ilertihl,
1 tus .M. Kjtuey lull lorees everv poor tnnli
tu ihe country to Kive mote for the Knrtiients
w hieli pruleet him anil his ehililren from the
. old thaii he w ould need to tin under a lower
77.N' .:'.l.Y.S' 111 SI.i;SS.
boy Mr. rini nix. of t'licensboro, has
ii. id an aiiuh sis ol his oil well made by
wo cliciiusts ainiity ami prominence,
mil 1 1 icy sav lie Ikis crinlc petroleum.
Ih. llalile's sample was- tested U-side a
ample of pure iclrolcuiii anil the com
parison was very tavorable.
sj" Sitl.sci iption books have Ik'Cii
.pencil at Windsor lor the formation ofa
o-oiirative company to manufacture
ry'The 1 Ju en Cite Shoe compiinv.
Ch.irlotte. now has its shoe lactorv
in full operation, audcxiKVts soon to he
1 iiruinu out one handled pairs ot shoes
let-day. 'I here are about thirty hands
mployed 111 the lactorv.
Jki" Marion citiens have organim! n
..hit stock company for the purpose ol
uaittaclutm; barrels, buckets, tubs ami
ui in 1 li s ol all kinds.
I h'liM Mih'TII C'.IA'O..Y.I.
No country on earth will respond ns
icailily to the proscctor, ami none will
en-Id as valualilc products as North Car
olina. t.rccnsooro rat not.
Wilmington hotels and bonrdiiiK
houses ate crowtleil with iicople who
ivciil to the city Irom all ipiarters to nt-
Icnd tin- oucs revival tneeline;.
K. J. Keynolds. A. II. liller and Cicero
1 isc. ot Uiiiton, have purchased six
linndteil acres of land in and around
i-.lkin. It Mas the proicrtv of Mr. K. K.
A l.iulilini; ami loan association has
Ikcii re;.itnctl at l.invillc with an au-
8AM JOIHKM'B HAVINGH,
Wlint the People of WllinlnKton
nre Thlnklnit About.
From the Slur's report.
There is but one unconditional promise
in the Ililile that is the one made to
Adam in Hden, "The seed of the woman
shall bruise the scrieut'8 head," which
put him on a place to comply williC.od's
I say to my little boy, "Ilnb, brine; me
n jjlass of water and I'll (jive you it nickel.
Instead of goiti); niter the wntcr Hob
comes and feels in my pockets to see if
I've Kill the nickel. That's what you are
doiiif- with Cod, looking to sec if He has
i;nt what he promised.
Every Methodist church has 11 "do as
you please society," that dance, play
cards, and just here let mc say that the
blackest hoi in Wilmington is that dam
nable club house; it is the nute-chamber
nf hell ant! the fellow that L'oes there
generally Kites through. I'll take this up
later: I'm not done with it; I'm Ki'U'K to
run a buzz saw riL'ht tltrotuih it.
I have traveled over more than forty
slates, ami I don't know one hundred
thoroiiL;hlv complete, tincompromisini;lv
consecrated Christians. Due ol them is
1 1 din I'ittv.of Lvnchburii, worth $"i,(l(i(l
anil cives about SJIi.tlOtl tier year.
1 he clultl ol a leprous womanisas pure
ind free from blemish at its birth us is 11
beautiful tlower. Hut lis the veins K" on
the inherited disease makes us apiH-ur-
ince until at ciuhtceii the once tair and
beautiful I in lie is wiir'K-d and drawn into
the hideous deformity of leprosv. Such
is the progress of sill. It is a ilisettsc en
tailed from father to son.
I heard that it was likelv that I would
lie arrested for slanderitiL' that damna
ble club, line hundred and twcnlv-hvc
talwart men, members of that institu
tion, talkmi: about arrestinu one little
I ale-laced preacher! The In-st tliitiu lor
von club men to do is to keep vour
mouth shut. I! von itiiui. on vour I'nclc
Jones you have pit a government job on
You let vour basket down into a well
il crvstiil water, ami if vou let it touch
the bottom you will stir up mud. So it
is here. 1 drop 111 v bucket over ainonc
some of vou and 1 stir up the mud. Nitw
it is not mv mud ; it is your mud; it is
in Iv mv liuckct.
ol'T (' Till-: OKIHXAKY.
Chiniiiicpin nuts are more plentiful this
year than lor many seasons past a ijn
ol 11 hard winter, according to the
The Slatesville Landmark snvs that
Mr. R. II. W. I-emister, ol Scott's X
Roads, has a cucumber preserved in al
cohol, which is thirty-five years old.
Mr. ohn Darker made the Greensboro
I'atriot a present of an Irish potato that
weighed three pounds ami has ten wcll
develoH'd potatoes (jrowinu to the main
Mr. J. W. Moose, the clever blacksmith
..t l-'orcst Hill, showed the Standard, of
I'oncord.a knot of oak wood that had an
horicd capital ol $ Jt 11 1,1 11 11 1. So fr ""on spike ill it. The knot hatl laren tnken
bout L',,11 shares ol the par value om tne iieiri 01 n mr-,'e oiik tree.
- ''"' sinwriiietl lor. (itir jcnial postmaster, lames .Shearer.
The ladies who nave notice to Mr I is elosinu out Ins old stock of blue post
W. Neill. of liavidsoii townshiii, on the stamps and lor the next thirty days
he '.ith inst.. that he must lit i,; will sell tlnrteen twoient stamps lor n
distillery in ten davsaail oiut the busi-1 ",ll " M"'irtcr. Ilayesville Head
To-iiioitow'h issun will con
contain October uniioniici'-
niont lv Hostic HroH.
Wright. Their slnunlilci
nuIm Htill coiil unit's.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
ess or lake the coliseum-ik-ch. bad out
tviK-atcd their visit at last accounts.
Mates villi- baud mark
The Mi Kinlcv taril) bill abolishes the
sK-cial lax on tobacco, but requires each
1. inner to Keep tin account in writint!
'il.jicl lo the iusiH-ction ol n revenue
liner or other authorized -icrsoii. To
myotic who cannot read and write and
wear to the accuracy of his accounts
the bill is a -iiarc that places him nbso-
lutiiy in the power ol the revenue olh
crs. The negroes and deluded while
men had lieltcr beware of this spider
wen. vt insion 1 iail
Iln and after this tlale the Globe closes
its columns as a society paix-r. All com
iiiimications of this nature will lie placed
under the head of business notices, and
will lie ehnrued lor at the rate el ten
cents n line. Durham (lole,
The HurlitiL'toti News' esteemed friend
R. W. Inclc. set a trail on n Hole about
cit'lit feet hivh, in nn o-x-n field four
weeks auo. I p to last Saturday he had
c.iiiL'til lourtcen hawks ami one owl
I lie latter measured lour lect anil six
niches from tip to tip,
1 ue tames in iaiciL;n are enL-aired 111 1 it,.,,'. e.i, . : i.ii. t.-,;,!,... ......
ni ... .01 .....si ...si-rMiiK unocriaKin-js t,e Aurora. Its inscription on thecoy
1 ..n. .h ... n.ni-)i-i.-ia. ciiorts 1 lu;s l-'OH Sll V
.11 tin- tune 01 itie state lair to raise
-" " " - . . f.iTri.Mn.i mi...n.ni 1 I,., ,... ..,...
1 mv n ii, in .! ni-i-ov 010 soiniers is not 1 .,.,....;.,. .....1..1.;.,.. ...... 1 1....1 .....1
.. i 1... i. ... s v
., ..... ... .....,lVi ... muni ns me thirty pounds and stnnilinj; over six leet
......... ... .. ....... ....... 1 ..nn 11. 1 as n SKciiuen ol athletic inauhood, heed
k , . .1 n... never outlaw 1 .,. I ,.. .1,., .............
is I01115 as a sillule old soldier neeiU it I
restiiiK (illce and a home. Let all the Some time ajjo Mrs. A. I'. Holland had
Koplc id the state respond to the cener- " "ctl'"K 'cn. About the time the brood
..us and scll-sucrihciii", ell'orts ol these was comiiiK out there were a few SHiilt
i.-iilies. iniitrilmtc lK-tore the time of the rKKsuiiti tiiese.Mrs. noiianiiinrewnwny
lir and nav 1111 this debt in lidl. and 1... ' '"e ol the eiJKS l..ded in the tassel ol t
tue i.-itr aim see tlie ladies 111 their "l"'"i irn. 1 111-nisi uiorniiiK as me
lamiiy were starting tocllurcll.a clllrpnip
nv n.ii. ..v..... ... ..iv i.irii. 1 in exilini-
nation it was found that a youtif; chick
u 01 nl work.
riih'Si t.S AM) I'l.ACI-S.
J. Tkic k, of Savannah, Ga.. has 11 euri-
iiy iu the sliue of 11 youun tniK-kiiiK
iru eiitireiv w uitc.
had hatched in the tassel, and had fallen
to the ground. I lurhatn Sun.
A ciii.omiii bov in Z.inesville. uhm.
iiamcil Times Recorder Sammons alter I
the daily piis.-r iinblishetl there.
1 nn Aewpori mil 11 ties nave taken tin
tue lace massage ireatinent. I lie luxury
retails at the rale ot $.1 a toilet.
Mx. Itl.Ai Ksroi K, counsel for llirchall,
who has just Ik-i-ii convicted of murder-
In); his companion Itciiwcll 'i,r a small
sum uf money, said in his address Ix-lore
the jury that "the slimy net ol the press
had prejudiced the public muni," Some
very ood lish have Urn cauht in slimy
nets, but when the press emiuht Hirchall
they landed u devil lish. The prejudice
in the public tnitiil was made not by the
press, hut by n recital, as news, ol the
awftilcrime llirchall had committed. The
public has lonjj Ikcii prejudiced nainst
Only n lew more than .'loll voters
have rcKintcrcd so far! Is it not Kcucnilly
understood that every one must register
before he can vote this fall ?
The Republican I.eadfrH or To.
Ilrnry Wnttrrson nt lln.t.in.
I wish that I could see in the republi
vnnisin of to-dny some of the spirit which
animated n Garrison and inspired a Whit
tier, nntl hroiiKht forth in the authors ol
tue anil slavery movement (t modern and
n native race of l iiladins lor a thousand
years ol song mill story. I wish thalthe
men who hnve succeeded Lincoln and Se.
wnrtl. Chnsc mill Suiuner, l-'essentlcn,
Trumbull 11 ltd Greeley 111 command ihisk-
it. . 1- ..i- .. l
vnnv.i u uii.i- 01 ineir iiiooeratlou hiiiI pn
triotism. When I seek for them I en
counter in their pluers (mother and 11 dif
ferent set of lenders ; I nm chilled by the
implncnlilc hostility of n Sherman Mini n
Hoar; 1 nm utnazcil by the vindietivennd
sensational outcries ol an lnnalls and 11
Chandler; I stand aghast lx-lorc the
shameless intrepidity of a Ouny, (lni j
find all progress toward the liht nnd
warmth of truth completely blocked by
the adventurous and unfcclinu- obesity (if
The Speaker Reed of t-'lHh.
Prom the WushhiKton Slur.
There is 11 lish recently niiiile known to el
eni-e ns the "hlnt-k swnllower." It is Ire.
piently ui-i-tistonird to d- vour Ashes ten anil
even twelve times ll I11K us Itself, literally
eiiitii.lntf over its victim, first with one Jaw
.mil then with the other. Very often this ex
h , lu.-.-n II' 1- 1. I m,.uii u. .... ..cj. um ui inut
...... ...... iin...-.t, 11 .iiiviiiuiiii nurse I ......I
acini; parson, inn aCKIlowlCL'eil lus IT
r aim promises not to do so n-jtiiu. nnc ws tonipieiely cured,
At As'l-OMI.l Ore . t lli.m ia o Mi.... u.l.ll. A ilaiiL-hlcr of my customer suffered
nails- cll Restaurant. The I'lace to lr"m Mippre"''' menstruation nnd her
I. ive W ell While Yon do Live. You ueaii 11 was completely wreiKco. At my
iiL'i;eiiou sue tiseii one iHHtie 01 nrntl-
hclds l etnale Regulator, which cured her,
J. W . IlKt.l.I'MS.
Water Valley. Miss.
Write Hradlicld Keuulatnr Oomnanv.
Atlnntn. Un.. for Darticulars. Hv nil
lie I lead a I.i.iik Time.'
A kakmi:I( near Atlanta, Ga not need
itii a colliu lie bonclit lor his sick child.
the latter re-jainiiiK health, mounted it
on lour Ices and used it as n watering
1 1 one 11 lor lus cows.
I'll ti:i:x vimks iiL-o H. II. Glover, the
president ol the l-'irmers' alliance, went I
to Kansas almost is'iimlcss. Now he I
owns I .linn acres of line laud, 7fi head of
horses, li 11 1 cattle ami lots of farming I
A Viii xii woman of Rochester. (Int.,
astonishes straii(!ers by the wealth and
luxuriance ol her raven hair. She is
only five feet two inches hu,h, but her
urssch are seven leel six inches onif. S he
says her hair -,'ives her no trouble nnd
she doesn t know what headache is.
M. Ii:iiom:. n I'rcnch nhvsicinii ndvo-
cates me use 01 internal baths in typhoid
fever. He directs his patients to' drink
as much water us possible five or six
ouarts 11 day, What n chance from
thirty years an w hen n (lass of water
was tuouRiii 10 lie almost Intal tn n
L. C i.am Kit Davis, who spent Aucust
nl Marion in cntnontiv with Mr. Cleve
land, says: "for five weeks, durinu , crenm of tartar baklnn powder. Hhiheat
liva whrn 1 . ivuvvmna MomKin. I., n. i.ovem.
( "" " nepon, Auun 17, inhu. litiyjiiill j.
iicnrly every day except Sundays, when
Mr. Cleveland went to church. I was his
companion with rod and reel, nnd I
never passed n month with n healthier,
hecrluller, more uenial. cntcrtniniinr.
wide n wake and nurceiiblc man."
Capt. Ciiahi.hs Kino, who recently
visited St. I'aul and Minneapolis for the
Cosmopolitan Majjazine. has prepared
lor that mntilhlv an illustratril article
entitled "Twill Cities of the Northwest"
which will prove inierestiiiK rending; not
only to the ciiitens ol these two cities,
but also n -Trent number of renders scat
tered throughout the country who
have watched with astonishment the
ninrvclous Kfowth of these towns. His
article npiH'nred in the October issue,
which will also contain the second part
of b story by Julien Gordon, the nom de
plume ol one of New Vork'l famous so
All the llnrher Hhons nn Pnttnn
will shnve for inc. from Oct. 1st,
W. A. Iw.aih. .1. V. Bitowx.
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLB STAND
We mv now irmly, hihI in
vit our friciuls mid tin1 puli-
lic p'lit'i'iilly to cull and ex
amine our well Helectetl stot
Which we are offering a trot
bottom prieeH. I'nilertaking
a sixvial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night (53
BLAIR & 15ROAVN
tTiir nunr nrnnrn
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
311 I'ntton Avenue,
AHHKVILLi:, N. C.
W' lTne Ham a Npcclalty.-W
THK Hl'CCKSH OK THli
ProvidenT - Savings
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
OF NEW YORK, IS ATTRACTING WIDE AT
TENTION FOR THE FOLLOWING
The entire Xvk ol
InelutllnK line Hrom-hea. Muttons and lirner.
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
Regard Iru of cntt, an we intend la the future
to keep nothlnK but Build Cold ami
Sterling Hllver lewetry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Houtta Main HI. AaheTlllc.
Of eourne there'H money in
printer's ink, but the man
who makes the moHt intelli
gent uhc of it get the most
money out of it. Itdoen not
ay to mlvM'tise Homethinir
you haven't got, or anything
you cannot do and do well.
The man who adverting a
fraud nniHt have a ''good"
fraud, and he who advertiHiH
argainH in goodH must he
repai-eu to HatiHfy Ins cuh
HE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AMhCTllIC, N. C.
P. O. BOM P.
JAM KM PRANK,
AMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aient tor Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala AnheTllle, N. C.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a Bite lot of-
With the Intent styles of hanilles silver
plated and oxhllied. Also a lara supply of
Of the Latest Edition., '
Int. The kicrrime in the iimnuiit of new In
uraiLTin imhu wnn Art rr vent, over th.it
nf the previuu year.
nd. New huniuiHH In INHU, nearly twentv
inillionn nf lulliim.
Mnl, The rntinn of payment- for Ik-nth
C It limn nnd lixtK-nwn to ntnount nt Rink lire
I.UWKK thnn those nf the olilent nnd Inrgi'Mt
Life hiffurnnce Compnnh'H of Nrw Ytirk; nnd
the KntluM of AHNetn to l.liihilitlen in tlu
Provident Snvlnsn Life are I.AKf.KK. Iwing
$li(Hfor every $1UU of Linhilitiea. while in
the three larfiont of the New York Compn-
nienthe Rntio arc an $1'J7, $1 1H anil $10K
to every $inn of their l.tnl.Hilir.
th, Life InKtirnm-e nt ACTI'AL COST,
that hrliiKM ItmurnniT within the reach ol
many heretofore unnhle to entry it.
nth. It nevereoxtn onehnlf theiirleei-hnrxrd
for it In the4,Het Hd Style Life Comnnnic,
whnRe exiicrienee proven that hardly ail per
cent, of their Premium Receipt were neivn-
nry to Inmire the liven of thrir Policyholder
while the hnlnncc wo lined for omethini:
elne henfilen iunurniicc.
lUh. Pant exjH'rirniT nhnwn that the ttetter
the plaint of the Society nre known, thr
K miter Itn income lira mien.
To know whut thine plnnn nre, enU nt the
CompHiiy'n ollice in (Irecnihoro, N. C.
A modern first elans hotel. Hot nnd eold water nnd hatha nnd toilet, on every door.
Klertrie hell, in every room. (itn lire In olliee nnd urn ten In lied room.. Office, illnln
room, luneh counter, elk-ar nnd new. stitml nnd Imr nnd hllllnrd room on first Hour. Klee
trie .trcrt cnr. n door every St) minutes, Kichinond and Unnvill. rnilroad eating houie,
JU minute, for meal..
RATK8, l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. II A LL YI1 URTON, Prop.
J. H. BRI AN tld WAI.TKR liRKKN, Clerks.
J. S. JONES,
K. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER.
Also Krn.iinit of nil kind. done. All orilrr.
promptly filled nn.l work itimriintml Can
he found at all times nt tirnhnm'a c'uttoir
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Veneral t Iiiituraitcc i Agent.
Kenr No. I'll Mouth Main street.
Aahevitle, N. C.
Ktigiinn and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
FOR Y0UN0 LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 0 I'rcnch llro.d Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
( For many yean Associate Principal of Mt
Vernon Inatilute, Haltimore.)
Assisted by a corp. of comwntent tcachen.
i.r ,t , v
B. II. COSIIY,
IHueeeas.ir to C. Cnwnn.l
vv j i,
7 PATTON AVKNl'K,
NI!.T IMIIIK TO OKAN'll CliNTMAI. III).
THI AHII l-VII.I. K, N. t.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS. INCLUDING BATH; ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET,
I'ininhrd throughout In Intluuc ()nk. Parlor and Reception Hall linihrd In Uunrter
Suwrdiink. Walln drniteil with Llncruntn-Walton.
1'itr further Informntion call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefltrhoii Drive.
$10Q REWARD I
Por anyone who will buy n pair of 4 Ira ham ihoc nnd not set value received. w ai
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
unt ntiove V'nrmern Wnrehoune.
ASHEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chenttent ntorr onenrth. Handle iiothinii iut 'irntlnt i.nodn. nnd intend tn treat
ever body kit I IT. We keep homr-miidr Shorn nf vwrv kind. Ilomr-iiindr Jcnn Home
mndv PlaidM. Ilomr niHtlc lioiiientic. Hotuc miolc Mrilltnit. We wnrrnnt every pair ol
Aithcvillc Shoe Cu.'n Shoen.
AhIicvHIc Dry Goodn Co.,
I. (1. M'lWVI.U Mnnasrr.
Ilownnl I'rolht nnd Milt. Iloli-omlw nre with ik.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE!
A - Word - to - the - People - of - Aolicvillc.
The Htriiiwny I'inno is still the rreo!nlnl Ktniiilnrd of the World, nnd C. 1'nlh Is Klein'
anv's nurnt. Thr lwt music ie..ple In Ahevl le l.uy it nnd Iskr nn other. It tnkc money
In liny It I sell it very cl..c. still some iwoplc ennn.it quite 'each it. Por theiw I have Ihe
A. n. Chnsc I'lnn.i, which is acknowledged anil wild l.y Htrinwny a. nest to his. The Hv.
errtt Plnno tan. Iicrn In demnnd l.y other houses who wanted It for this territory, hut C.
Hulk keep. It tlKht here.
My my prices I may not act rich, but I mnke a h.l of friends.
The Fcrrnn.l at Votey llrann will Ik s.imcthlnK new In the tanrkct nt this place, while
Wllcos tn White, Kimhnll at Waterloo irusns are eonnlnntly demiindcl nnd t.il.1 on Kood
term.. I wish II to lie understood that when I tell nn Installments, and purchasers do not
wish lo keep the instrument, I do not retain nil money paid, but return all amount paid
above rent. I hope the character established for in years In Asheville will have Its weight
when you have to di-clde where to buy a Pl.no or other Instiiunent. Respectfully.
C. FALK, 3S North Main St.
MEDICATED BAISAM VAPOR
Cheap Hate to all Points.
RAILKDAI) TKKHT bnuiiht, sold nnd
eichanited. All lrnnattlona guaranteed.
C. K. RAV,
lpiMHte Hwsnnanoa Hotel. auiu.llf
Heajlnnins to.ilny Ihe hnitunitr l.itlu. for.
merly rarilnl on by The A.hcvllle Hirert Mnl'.
way Company w III he conlliiiird bv the un.
I dersianed under the naiw of
THE BA60A6E TRANSFER CO,
I will he trl.-id to serve my fri.nds, nnd will
promise prompt nllrnllon tn nil ordrrs rn
tru.tnl to nie
littler at Htrert Rnltway Compnnr'a otTlee.
Telephone No, III. Neascllully,
II. M JONHH, AHent.
Hrptrmlwr 10, IHlHl.
If you hnve any Nose, Throi.t or I.iiiik
liniipi.llvntl.ini will send a pamphlet T
ilrscrlptlve of Asheville and also the In
hnllim trrntmrnt tnx with list ol qiiea.
lions to In? answered bv thr ,.Miun,
when onlrrinu Mom Trrntmrnt. Thin ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
treatment Is as encctlve a. the omre ROOMS, 26 PATTON Vi.,( Y. M.C. A. ROOMS.)
tiratinrnt. Open dally, e.cept Sunday., from 10 a. n,
OPI'ICII Nl). Bit PATTOM A VltNltK. ""til I p. m.. and II until T p.
Asheville. N. C. 1 1 . Jl' i"..-. "I""-
T. J. HARCAN, M. D
t nil. . im
aw ..... "v,;cuo
T laiomo. , t AO: S nm. (1 ( mo., Aiicta.i
niir m rts
KEVELE Ac WAGNKM,
uceessi.rs to Knpp at Uehtenberitrr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees roasted nn thr premises ilnlly, and
uTonna rorrvcry customer
Pull Lin. of Tnble HupplicH.
free delivery. A full line of I'cil, futnlshrd
a, nntiimiiT inwi
B PATTON AVKNVK.
... . Telep oat No. no,
timer rs for I sim-prraldent. Ch.riM
Wonlsevi VI. I'rrslilem. Thos A. lone.: a..
and Treasurer. I P. Wntw.nt l.lbrartnn. Mis.
n. I listen
Citliens and visitor, .m ,.iimiiv i..M.
to Inspect thr cataloaue anil Inscribe their
THE BEST KNOWN RFMFHY
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srrin or nolMinniit snlistmie.., and
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AYSOR It SMITH, ASHEVrLLI, N, 0
W. L. DOUGLAS
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PON ALU BY
WEAVER A MVF.UH.
MY KINGDOM FOR A HntiF
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