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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 18.K).
that of the vu-'
faper -nd tw
mends itself to
the level head
ed man as the
shortest and most practical
moans to tlu
end. The de
mand once cre-
nted, he " will
not hn votojro
to the retailor,
but the retail
much nearer the scene of the delivery of
bit address with mure propriety thun
from the mountain region he so , ijjno
On the face of it, there would seem to
lie no excuse for delay in the new com
pany providing to light the whole citv
at once; it secured the contract and
should have known what it was doing.
Hut Tub Citizkn is assured by the presi
dent of the company that it has, so far
at least, acted in perfect good fuith and
that the delay is due to onuses all but, if
not quite, unavoidable. It would le te
dious to recite them here, but they ap
pear sufficient to suggest a susiiension of
judgment until the company has its
plant in complete working order, provi
ded that result lie sieedilr brought
about. The jiersons interested in the
comiianv are nil residents of Asheville
er Will COIUe to land the delav is probably us vexatious
lllll) llIKl 00 to them as to citizens generallynnd more
t!,ind to accept expensive. We do not mean by this that
lis 'Otxls Oil the new company should not he hclil re
llis OW11 terms sponsible (or any failure to fulfill itscon-
iif..'i, I tract. That tollows as a matter ol
1 1UIITT1 n
WHAT WILL VOTERS BAY?
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KliRR PRINTING CO.
Thi IUilv Citukn, Democratic. is publishet
every altcrnoon (except Sun.lu.vl at tbc f.l-
wing races arncuy cmsa:
One Year f.H.01
six Month! 3.01
Three Months l.fii
Oac Month 01'
One Week If.
The Republican Iarty'H Record
or the l.aat Vear or Two.
Prom the New York Pout.
One of ' he first things the voters will
have to pass on ii, the president's he
stowal of n seat in the cabinet on an ult-
scure man, not in politics, apparently
on account of heavy contributions to
the campuign funds an unpreik-ntetl
ense, we believe, in our politics. An
other is the retention bv the reoulilicmi
party in the chairmanship of the na
tional committee 01 a man who Has, to
ail outward apiicaiance, no ilelence to a
charge ol rcieateil vmliczzlcmciit of the
public funds. Another is the instal
ment in the iiension bureau, with im
mense powers over the public money, of
n loonsn, lrrcsponsioic H'rsou it tic I sliam
veteran like Tanner, and then substitu
ting lor him a dishonest mid trickv ner
son like Rauin. Another is the introduc
tion and imssuL'C ol the McKinlcv bill
increasing the tariff largely, in a spirit ol
rancorous hostility to nil' foreign trade,
under an electoral mandate which appa
rently went no further than to direct the
innintenanceofthetarilf as it stood in
1888. Another is the mode in which this
iiill was passed that is. the assumption
or tne s praxer, tor tne purpose o pro
curing its tmssaL'C. of the nositiim ol' n
a t-ixt-iMNATi oiiichu uiicvieu oi tup i party leaner cnargen with securing cer-
i-iMitimi irleoemtlierl Covcrimr Cnnuiliell tain legislation at anv cost, and bv the
Do you charge me with any crooked- ' '""'iT V u Powcra ""'
: . ..... . . n him sokMy tor the uurnosc of kcenim-
ncss .' Answer at once. II mat olhcial order in discussion, which he Iwul himsell
has any breath left it won't be because I as a private niemlicr comlcnincil in the
l5ov. Campbell's answer wasn't enough I strongest terms.
to take it away: "1 have not charged
THK DAILY CITIZKN
Is on tale at the following- places in AHhcvllIc
ll i i.nn iirricn.
HATTKKY I'AKK NUWS STASH.
I'.l.hN NtlCK NUWS STANIl.
MOIiKI. CIGAK STONI' pat ton Ave.
J. CAKSON'S NUWS STORK, North Court
FRIDAY. OCTOHliR 3, 1800.
Who Mettled Our Mountain l.aiid?
Our attention has been directed to tht
following extract from an address re
eently delivered before the Americnn So
cial Science Association, at Saratoga, In
"How the strange population of tin
great central southern mountain worltl
near 2,O0i),)U0 at present, was formed,
nobody seems to know. This region win-
a mysterious "no man s limit till the en
tcrpnsc ol the last twenty-live years re-
veined it, witli all its natural sul-liiiiilv
and lieanty, and its industrial import
ance, to ail astonished worltl. I'erhaph
irom the revolutionary tones ol the nit
Jacenl stales; Irom criminals, outcasts
eccentrics, anil broken down pcopl
general, with a snriiiklinu ol more ambi
tious blood, was made up that iieople. suibUil.
v. men, even now seen uniting the nuiuii
tains overlooking the valley of Virginia
out iK-tter observed in r.ast Kentucky
leuncKsee, Western .North Carolina, ami
.Northern (corgia, semis lortli a louilci
cry lor the niisaiomirv ol niotlern eivili
zalioii than any portion ol the republic."
Dr. Mayo is u highly intelligent gentle
man, a distinguished eiluculor, has trav
cllctl much in the south, und among tin
very mountains of which he asks sue I
questions, lie should know belter, l-'oi
tne iiiouiiiaius ol .Norm Carolina uuti
Ii.tsl Tennessee have not been urru in
cut-lulu until within the last twctity-hvi
years; school histories, it his researches
had gone no larther, might huve tauglil
him that before the revolutionary war.
an emigration from Virginia and from
middle North Carolina had matte pleas
ant mid prosperous homes in thill purl
ol this stale known us Sullivau aim
Washington counties, now utluched to
the stule ol Tennessee ; thai those coun
ties were noted lor their intelligence
their virtues, their patriotism, und that
Irom than came the heroic leaders, Shelby
und Sevier, with their equally heroic lol
you with anything, but I believe you to
lie dishonest. I demand your
resignation from said board of public
improvements to lie placed in mv hands
liefore noon on Monday next." It is dis
tressing to know that this official was n I ford.
lemocrat, but it is mighty cheering to I The
nee that it was a democrat who drove
him out of office. No LJiiay business in
the democratic party, please; leave that
to President Harrison mid the republi
cans. l,ov. lumpliell goes up limit her
notch in public estimation.
OVT OX THK FAKM.
TUB l.ATUST XICHS
FKOM NoKTII CAKOU.XA
Waterfalls are saitl to be morenumer-1
us in Maciiii than
Frost would do but little damai;e now
is nearly all the tobacco is housed.
There arc six immense warehouses for
the sale of leaf tobacco oicmtiug in x-
Wfltniitr.- Ik-mocrnt snvs that
dipt. Coney will make nearly 200 bush
els of Japanese buckwheat' from three
Mr. P. K. Mines, living nbout one mile
cast of the city, raised this venr on
me acre ol ground one hundred it ml lilt v
one dozen cantaloupes, u total cost of
only $li..riO. These melons were worth
in the market (id cents tier dozen or
.fWi.ril) lor the lot making a clear profit
of $8. 1 (). tireensboro Patriot.
Parties who have just returned from
toll ll.llv , Ml, . , . ....
vVcstcrii North Carolina. .-.ummiin. ai.i.h nm. Ai Kansas ami .Mis-
sissippi learned trom eotton planters in
The grand jury lit Piltshoro, has those slates that the demand for netrro
otiuil a true bill lor murder ugainsi I laborers from North Carolina will this
Charles M. Hardin for killing the negro,
News has lieen received at Kaleigh ol
i tragedv at .Marine s store, Onslow
.utility, ns the result of a tight by several
voung men, growing out ol a tlriinken
piumi. Une naincil Close wus Intallv
The post master at Halifax, wife of a
egro muneil luivis, is short m her nc
omits SI ,0.ti. the f arboroSotilheriiei
ys l lie woman is not to Illume. Hit
ilusli.ind, who was assistant postmaster.
naiiagcil lur olhcc entirely, receiving all
A comiuiuv in Mussacliuscts is mak
ing arrangements lor a grand traveling
exposition to consist ol exhibits Irom tilt
Ink mil southern stales to lie curried nil
ver the I lined States on a train lor
libilion in all pans ol the country.
North Carolina is not yet represented.
Mis. Alma Avern hum nrearntrd to I health was eomiiletclv wrecked. At mv
I rinitv colkL'e. at Pur mm. Ii;i3 acres ol I tuuiiesiHin sue useii one noil e ol llriu
valuable land in Johnston county, with! fields I'emale Regulator, whiclicurcd her.
I. VY. 111:1.1.1 US,
Water Valley, Miss.
vtrite Itrudticltl KriMilator Comoanv
itiNiiin, tin., lor particulars. II v
vear lie much greater than lust. Tin
farmers say thev must have the labor.
mil that the agents will eo after it in
The Tramp and Ihe l.ndy.
From Ihe IK'troil Free Pres.,
A tramp having called at a house and
stnleil the fact ol his hunger and distress,
the good lady prepared him a noble feast,
tad when he had finished he stole the axe
mil buck-saw and was making oil', when
lie cried out nt his ingratitude. "Ah
.waiiiiiu, you no not Know what vou
say." he replied. "I did intend to steal
he piano, lint overcome with your kind
nss, i ll.'ivc contented mvscll with these
Mior tools." Moral: She apologized, ol
Hhe Wsa Completely Cured.
A daughter of my customer siitTeretl
Irom suppressed menstruation and hei
To-iiioitow'h issue willron
contain October iiiinoiinci'-
niont b.v Jlostii
"THE SHOE STORE"
sal still continues.
OPERA HOUPE BLOCK,
an Pinion Ave" ue,
AHHIiVILLK, N. C.
HoTFIiie Hat) a HpcclaUy.'-fmi
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet of Central Pansenger Dejyot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
the iniK-reds of the si.le of which the
I vera memorial nuililing is to lie erected
I memorv ol her late liusliauil, Willis II
vcru. This is the filth building thus
,'iven, uiiil in it a divinity school is to be
The state hourd of rnsions has fin
ished its work of examining the applica
tions by soldiers for iiensions. There arc
1.550 of them, of which 1,075 are rc-ap-1
plications, while 47.i are new. The
iKinril will next take up the atiiili-
I cations made by soldiers widows, ol
which there are 2.5U5, of which all save
lowers, so dti-iMii-r in ili.-.r ,.. .'Ha are re-nppliciitions. The Hmount re-
the forlu.ie. ol the MW k ... V M ,h vc"r ,r"m thc l""n ! I
- - -1 proxinuites 970.000.
Alountmn. Tlwa u... ,l, :.. I
men, of whom he betrays ignorance. 7VK Kr,,um, .kn,,wn Vnm.t Ku
' isiiuininv, I el. i,ir vcars used ns a rnmn for th rpir.
Coming nearer home, we cun point to I ului trooos. have lieen iiurchased bv W.
him men und names honorable linnilin, I C. Stronach, of the executive committee
long belore his ieriod of twenty-five "f ll5 uae veterans' association, lor a
ycurs. W ho were the progenitors ol the :. ..b ...i .i... " ' i"
Swains, the Puttons, thc Lowiies. tht inn cared lor bv the executive committer
Ouilgers, the Woodlins. the Merrini,. will lie ipiiirtcred in the home, and in n
but mountain men? Is it not known ,h,,rl limc w"t.v-ven soldiers now in
who thev were, or .h, ......,...... v """.""'I' l"HJrliousri will k put under its
I sheltering enrc.
HiKSO.tS AM rLACHS.
Do we not know that when HuncomU
county was formed iu 1701, and even lie
lore thut date, then- Uv'JI ntl IliNiisr i
men and liimilir. fr,. ,i.- ..1.1.. Mrs. Na.ncv Hakkr, of Westfit-ld, N. I.
rrw,l,,l .i. r """" ""'" the mother of Mrs. Jessie Fowler, ol
crowded, and exhausted counties into .. .(,jlK,ld, N. J., has iu.t eelebrateil her
unu uttrucuvc county just opened lone Hundredth liinliilav. She has lived
out to settlement? Men with energy. I 1,1 her UNI years within forty miles til
churueter. Some with nronerte. to ,,.i, " " 'et " 'WW
their fortunes in such a promising field.
And as thc tide (welled and pouied in
A CTr am if lrtr hnVlnir iuiwiIm UlaHtM
nil in iravrn nir trrnaTih M r.nvfrn,
meni Krpirt. Aufjcu-t 17. 1HNH. (tilvJVHlly
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS,
OCTOIil'.lt Jd 4th.
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE.
Pmi.ncu Moiiammkii lit hiiaskiiin. the
live-vcar-old sou ol the Sullnn, has just
tmm u . . i' i I 'CTii enroiieii ns n seamen on uonni 01
iresh supplies, so the counties west were the Turkish frigate Orkhnnie. and the
occupied by the same class of settlers. I olhccrs charged with the superintendence
until Haywood and Macon were in turn I nuv"i education huve becu u)h I 4ui "rtrd ty a Hlnr I'omi.unv of lirnmntli
k 1 1.. i e .u. . . ... i iMimieii. "- .or.,, n ,
...nU ii win mv coiiniics east 01 tne moun-1 I w i i in ner l.iuot, ileal
tnina Mif I l.M 4-.1. I A Iflfl-IT ffiiul in lliika t'ln wll.1 nnil Orralest I'lay,
- "'j vivnuioi tneir I iconic, i . - , i . . . . .
This influx was vastly accelerated when """ " nKMn " u,c cioaniits that a iier- UXtl.lVS 1IAKL.I1G
the Indian title, to the land. , ... -VV" .1."" K " u. ' " A Knmnnce of Alaska, hy Chss. W. Chaar.
1 1.11, niiw uiiiuiiiii ,ikt tt m Hinill I ...
Itu vun..fl .. .... I .1 ... . - .L- r - 1 a ?,. I "True frlenrU. like ,t.v llnt.lMtf (..,!.-
, tiiiiKuiiieu. nno ciiniiiiiug in tnis, tneii 11 aim 10.1 tneir 1 .,, -1,1. r ,;,r,.T..-.,u.7 i I.
1.1..I...I Tl. M, h,.,l ,I,M l,IU .. mi, ' "
would not go in uny piK-kct.
from their history of three
quurters of n century, that Hun
combe and the counties formed there
from, and Haywood, Inckson. Macon
and all the newer counties subsetpient-
y itirmeti, were settled by a brave, en
crgetic, Honest and virtuous iieonlc? Ii
revolutionary lories, criminals, outcnsls
had formed the nucleus of u impulation
hut up upon themselves with all the
1 cis, thermometers and various oilier
oincicrs, to prevent his incurring the
slightest risk 01 tuning cold.
Kkv. Dr. Okomiik H. Chkrvkr, of New
York, who is riuhty-thrre years old. is
1 . i 1.. . 1 1 1 1 . 1 ..1 . 1 1
wiiia ttf . ., i.-in,iisiy 111. i,c otii. t,,T eniMimiitr 01
...w. -uv.i ..nersirr, Ilicailiaxemeilt Ol iinl mrn, nnl l.oni.f.. in ll.,.l..i..
an "astonished world" would have lieen Icolleue. while bis nlutlorm luborsiu be.
Infinitely greater when "the enterprise ol ''"" "! tllc anti sluvcry cause form the
tiielust twentv-fivc years had itnoka 1 '"'" l"w
it;" for thut world would have looked A Ciiicaoo dispatch slates that young
In ujion a pnndemomium, a scene of un- """.'"li1. ,.!!cL'L,or,n:"L,!l' i"
rl,M.Ll ,, . , limn vi nrw lira, I. to wcu miH
- HM VIUtlVMbfU THTC. VIOI.ni. I AllM.rrit, ll.,nb h ilititnklM nf .
and crime such as It had never beheld, wealthy maltster. Mis Field, his sister.
On thc contrary, when thc revelation now Kur"l. retxirteil to be
was made, the world looked n,...u.-..",u'':u'" " ",n J n
DIC UlOin in mannvn ntn yWh J L..l I
Hi, but brave, honest, virtuous, intelligent Jtl.?!?."
if not I .u-;. r, . ..tnusett. ,y tne nemo-
.. lnilr UIJ n,ln,,ni ocmg crime convention, is only u yenrsnl age,
thc deprivation of advantages denied by vet this is the third time he has been the
facilities of communication with more ''""''iHittc of his party lor that high office,
hiuhlv favored n,M..,ni.i- hr rlc.of l'rKression he ought to
- - I 1 .livl.ri tltiK l.m. II. Mina rf.U.i.J
Wc do not believe Dr. Mayo means in. bv aH.nilll nlurnlitv in 1MHH and liv nnlv
injustice, ine seal and sin-1 o,7o in tonu,
centyot bis work lath south, and his Or Tim seven Indies In waiting on
usually generous and favorable reports Uucn Margaret of Italy two arc New
of what he nn.l k.. r...uj ... a. York girls the Princess Vicovnra. who
upoosition- hni m r.n .n .l mut MiM Blemior l.orillnrd 8iciieer, and
upposiuon, DOt W tall tell him thut as I. he Prinera. Itrnnrn,s-in who M,-l
itivelal Hcenery r Three Knilre Acts!
t he 1 .reitt Mlilim.i h.m.
His ninOMAPIIKKS now narribe the I The woniirrfiii 1, 1 , nil, r ittviie wltliOraml.
.1...1.1.. r i. ,0: ,ir ...11 I ... ........i., n,i,r i.iireaiin
i,i,,nituiv t,,ui,,j 01 tr. .iiivcr lieilllvll I Hatlirilay..
iK'iiiiin iu ma ,vi(uii,r 1,111,11a. . ne rooms
he (HXMipics urc tiuipiKd with linrome-
I'rlcca, (i.no, 7s, so and as.
Keats os aalr at J V, Hawver'a, Id I'altun
UKHOI.K OVMI UKH.
Kverv sftemonn liv ttnlUlmre train we re.
elverrrah "Ktr ii le t" Nnrrnlk flvxlrra
These art the Ik it I Mer ril In all stvlra at
UAMKKH I'l lXAM H,
"eta illw no It. Mala t.
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
) t as received a Stir lot of
With the latest styles of handles sliver
plated nd osldlsnl. Alio alarm supply of
or tke Mum Rdltlons,
I ijLiifES golden swnnr
It ran beelvn Inn T'rM. n. 1 . ..tnTu .......
Wllkoal Ihe tlMiwIMra M DUh.nl If neeeaure!
. ' j . . " the rnnccss llrnncnccio, who was Miss aioluily harmiraisna will enWtaiwrma-
r ' rder,J C7 f"f The husband of the lSAda?.T,
wwmn civilisation. If 11 rnuww pivuenrv . m vtiki. nno still 1 r"' sniiiupiiv ana wit. sues
civilisation arsf 'comprehended the cle- th . P'1'"' whirl1 w" Tg"?1
soeou of virtue, honor, honeatv. n..-. Wr.V'r.,' ",f"';'",r r"h
. , . ' - ' mot ner 01 oeutnee t.enei. mgetner WHO
tuidcm and charitv. come, from a I 1. nr u.. 111 u....7
- rwiH, .'".iwi .Haw w. tiw, ..,-, UKmuJt
VV.A.I.I.A1U. .I.V. I.HOHX.
No. I'altoii Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR SOLO STAND
V urc now ri'iiil.v, nml in
vito our frii'iids mul tin mli-
lic ut'idM'.-illy to cull mul t'.x-
aiiiinc our well wi'lcTti'd stork
Wliirli vi jiii' offi'Hitjrat rock
linttoiu prices. I'lKli'i tiikilifj,'
it HMM'ial fciiturc. Culls nt
ti'iuliHl day or niiiht.
Tolcplionc, day 7"). niji'lit li.".
THli HtXCIiSH OF THK
ProvitlcnT - SavingS
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
OF NEW YORK. IS ATTRACTING WIDE AT
TENTION FOR TH: FOLLOWING
A modern ft rat class hotel. Hot anil cold water and baths and toileta on every ."opr.
iori.. iu.il. 11 .rv r.,m. ii,Mn Are in office and urates In hed room, oaicc. dlnlnsr
room, lunch counter, eliiar and news stand and liar and hllllard room on first floor. Klec
trtc mreet can. paas dour every 30 minutes. Kiehmond and Uanvllla railroad eating house,
20 minutes for meals.
RATENi a.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. M. HRVAW unci WAl.TKH tiRHliW. ClCrStW.
nvcr thut I
The rntlrrntock ol
Plated Jewel ry ,
Inclutllnft tint Hniochm, nuttim nd Hrmi
ftrKftftllrM of cott, iu wr Intrnd In thc fiitnrr
to krrp nothlnK but Hulld (Itild nml
Mtcrlinji Hllvcr Jcwrlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
1tt, Tin- iiH rrnw in hr iitnount
HtiiiitKT In 1 HHt wim i.il iirr ivut
of tht irrviitu yciir.
'Jtu, Nrw liiiiiii-HH In IHH'j, nrnrlv twrnt
million of ilnlliini.
t'lnl. Thc mtioti of pu.vim-ntn for lriitl
Claim mul li&K'nrii to iiuiuunl nt Kink nr
I.11WKK thnn thtitu' of the nldmi nml turstHi
l.ifr InKiirnncc Cun.Mi Ira of Nrw Vutk;an,
thc KntioH nf AnrtK to l.inb litlm In th
I'rovlilfnt KnvinitH Life nre I.AKCHK, ImtIiij:
f-JOtifor cvrry $0U of Llnliilltlm. while In
thc three InriteMt of the New Vork Com,in
nit thc Rntto nre nn f lJ7, $11 nntl f IU
to every fKiO fil'thclr l.-ubllit lc.
th. Life InHiinim-e nt ACTI'AL COST
that hrini inmirnnrc within thc nacb
tnmi.v hrretiifiirc unuhle to carry it.
fith. It fievercntH one half ihcprii'ei'hiirsetl
for it In tlte' lU'Nt 'Id Style I.ifr Contnittifcn,
whotu exiMT entT provea thnt hardly :tu m
eeni, 01 tneir I'remitim Kivtint were neeen-
utiry to in nrc the live, of their I ol icy hoi dent
while the tmlancc wn um-iI for Bomrthiiu
clc tsrHiilm innuratu-c.
tUh. Pimt ckiHTivme how that thc hcttei
the plntw of the Society nre known, th
K renter it Income hcvorncM.
To know what thew plan nre, enil nt thi
Coinpuny'it olliic In (intnwlniro, N. C
ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH;
I'ininhfH thronirhniit In ntluue link
Kuweit link. W.-ill ilriiiied with Llncrustn-Witltoa.
ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
and Reception Hall finished In Uanrter-
K. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
A Inn Krii'iiiiK or nil kinds dune. All onlcre
pnmitly fllleil and work Kunrnntccd. Can
be fui nd Hi all times nt (.rnham's Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
f.cucral i IiiHuranre i AgenC.
Kenr No. UO South Main street.
HslalillKhcd inn.,, Asheville, S. C.
I P.niMft IFWFI FP
4outh Main St. AhIicvIIU-
Of couiw tliorp'H inoiicv in
i)rint'i'H ink, Imt 1 1n iiwm
who inuki'H tlio most nitHli
Vftmt h( of it p'ls lln lnont
inoiii'v out of it. If (locH not
imy to iiilvi'i-tiso hmii'1 hiiiur
you haven't Kot.oriin.vthiiijr
vou ciiiinot do nml no well
riitt man wlio nilvcrtiHCH n
friiuil iiuiHt Imvo n "irttod"
I'l'iuid, nnl lie who ixlviTtiscH
linru'iuiiH in itooiIh iiuiHt In
pripiii'i(l to riutirtfy his cuh
WM. R, PENNIMAN
HE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aabcvillc, N. C.
P. . ItOH ,
AMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Mecms Creek Woolra Mills,
North Mala Atbeellle, N. C,
eruiiMiF mat tne iMiirnl unilrnniaa an Inena-
sod snonhM pnmulet reliirmalloa to
si pas. auvk Ik To tw bad at
HAYMIII m SMITH, Dniaaists,
Aahe.HU. M IV
9 dl aim wsd frl
biiKllNh and French
BOARDING ANO OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES ANO LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 Prrncb Uroad Avenue.
MRS. BURQWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
1 1'or many years Aum-inle l,rlnrl,nl of Mt
Vernon Inxtitute. Italiimi.n. ,
Attrd hy a coriw af comentcnt teacher.
necn a 1 V
B, H. COSBY,
IHiiccesaor In C. Cowan.)
T irArrrr rr-o
uii v t i,ucn,
7 PATTON AVICNL'I!,
NIIXT IIIMIK Til I) IANII CUM KM.
TIJI., ASIIItVII.I.II. N. C.
I'or further inlonnatliin call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 3, Jcflerson Drive.
$100 REWARD I
I'or nnyone who will buy a pslr of t'.riihion Klioes and not get value received. Sow at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
tut aIioyc Karaicr' Warehouse.
asiiicvii.m: dry GOODS COMPANY
Cheniet Mtore onenrth Handle nothing 'ut Flrntcln ond, and Intend to trcut
Ievrr Itnily Kltiii r. Wc kiep h'Mi.r.nint:e shocw or everv ktnu. iiome-miiiie jmnt. Home
ituiilc I'luiilo. Hume mnile lomctit. llotnvmmle lrillitiCt We wnrrnut every pnir ol
Attbeville Shoe Co.'i hlcr,
Amheville Dry GoocIh Co.,
!. O. HWI.L. Mnnnter.
Howard I'rolht nnd Milt, lloleiunlir nre with ntt.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - thc - People - of - AkIicvIHc. .
The Ktriuwnv I'inno is still the rccomilicil Htnndard of the World, and C. I'alk Is Hteln-
wnr'a ukciiI. Th- liml music people in Ashevl'le linjr It nnd take no other. It takes money
to huy It. I sell it very close, still some koiIc cannot iuite reach it. For tlw Bar. the
A. D. Chsse I'inno, which is acknowleilKcil and old hy Stclnway as nest to his. Th. B:
crett IMuno has lieen In demand liy other houia-s who wanted. It for this trrriloiy, out C
I'nlk keeis It liicht hen.
Hy my prices I may not net rich, hut I make a host of frlrnda.
The Herraml At Votey Oman will tie .omethlnii new In the ranrkrt nt this plan, while
Wilcus At White, Kimball & Waterloo Omiins are constantly demanded and sold on Rood
terms. I wish It to he understood that when I sell on Installments, and purchasers do not
wish to keep thc Instrument, I do not retain all money p.llil, hut return all amount, paid
above rent. I hope the character established for 14 years In Abbeville havt ts wcighf
when you huve to d.'cidc where to buy a Piano or other Inurnment. Rciixctftilly,
C. FALK, 35 North Mulnnt.
L'hcap Katcis to all Point.
;.KIAIi T1CKHTS bnnght, sold and
I eichun All lrnnnctions fftiHriintrrd.
C. F. RAV,
(ipimsltr Hunnniimm Hot HAdlf
CAITTinnT w. I nantla, nk
ka. kl. .... ..J-irt.iiTa li'LLKy
tlrulnnlnu tn-diiv the Iiukkhui' biislncs. for.
Imerly earrled on by The AahrvUIr Ktrect Kill',
way Ciniillily ill lie cntlimul hy tlic nr.
lerslxned umler ihe nsmc of
MEP'CATED 8' SAM VspoH
If you have a
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO,
OFFICII NO. US I'ATTON AVKNUp,
Asheville, N, C,
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. t
I wlll lie, cl ip) to crc my fri nils, anil will
nmmlsr iromil nttcniji.n to nil orders en
trusted tq me
Olhce at Street Hnllivay Companv's office.
Telrphiine No, 111, Kip-ctiiilly,
II. M JONIIH, AKent.
Heptimlur III, IHtlll,
Nunc, 'l-liroiit ur l.iinu
On nppllentloit I will send a pnmphlrl
t descriptive of Asheville snd nlao the in-1
t hnllnu treatment rree with list ol ques- f
tlt.ns to lie anawerrd bv Ihe natieni
then ordering Horn. Tre.tmcnt. Thl. rtiiltVILLt LIDKAHT ASoUCIATIUNi
treatment la as effccllv. a. the ollio T I ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. t
RJKYELL .V WAGNEM,
1 'ftutee'M tO KoilO & l.lchtetlh.ru.e
IUCAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Open daily, eirept Hundays, from 10 a. m.
until l p. m., anil n until 7 a.
The terms ol nuliicrlptfon ase: On. year
! hius., vi.no; n mos., SI ; mn., tOcts.
nfllcers for I KIIO president. '. Charle. sv
Woolse.vj Vlce-I'rc.ldcnt. Thos. A. lone.: a-
...... . ..n.rrr. ,i, R. wntmn j Librarian, Mlas
n i iiatcn,
Clftlens ami vI.i,,.m .. n n u i ...
to lnicvt the entaloituc snd Inscribe their
aw Mi , coo
W. L D0UCU3
$3 SHOE en.&l... I
eotfn-Sri'.Ssjed un the prenilsrs ilsilv.
llrouii.l fur every rustotner.
VmllVlHm of Table (supplies).
TTTHE BEST KNOWN RFMFDY.
sAi.ll ,.u.u.v. cures .
Huwd or poisonous snbatuiietis, and
s ursiitiH,d absaliiKily- nnnnlosiu '
Is pnii.r hc.l lyr phy.lolnns and
rrromnndMl htdrawb. n.in.
Sold by driiRKlsls. liewar of Sub.
FOR nALU II V
RAYSOR k SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0.
aisuis oTlts ihoiuaadi rofwasUaT mSSF -
B ,teW!fW S. M SSMl'M
wed Walt. A In. eali
I rot sub so. dinualNvT
ksas mnsl fsrarahrr mm MaMniMZl
Sod ths rsotnt tmproT.m.nuj auvk. IfcM .
any sluu lii at Uwa. nrtoe ssstlof
sh roar omiw, and r h. oanaot snare m - -
VV.XlSoiJ4.LAaj Braabtas, auua.
. FOR BALF;
WE4YEW A MYERS,
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME "
WSi tenJnV & . WSZ
2? '.."! ' pr?mnt
Si:..'! busiiim. out tame.
"ouiiKHK KUTLnlnlR, s