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Here to a hard, plain fact : If you have
a good thing, write about it, talk it up,
advertise it. Intrinsic merit in all right;
but la thi hustling and bustling une, ht
that bloweth not bit own horn, thesame
It mhnll nnt he Mown. This is a homely
way of Hating an immottal truth.
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THE DA11W CITIZEN
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MONDAY. 0CT0HKK 0. 1KM).
Will tut) Chlnene Overrun
An Knylisli pntrr credits I.iirrl Wulm'lcy
with hnviiiK said that he believed that
"the Chinese nre the coiniui; nice, und
that they will overrun the world the inn-
ment a treat central or Inw-inrer imsm
among them. The people, who are iuile
fearless, will then adopt the profession
of arms, hurl themselves on Russia, anil
sweep over her, lndiu, and the continent
We remember to have read sonic years
ago in the North American Review u very
ingenious and, frrunteil the author's pre
mises, logical essay thatreached the saint
conclusion us has Wolsclcy. It was liusiil
on the ''survival of the fittest" idea and
argued that, as the Chinese could c xii
on a smaller exieuditurc icr day than
the members ofuny other race and still
produce a large proportion ol Inyh grind
intellects, they lormcd the nation tli.it
was to survive all others.
Possibly the one great intltii-iuc that
could make China and her millions upon
millions the dominant force of the world
is Christianity. Were she to Uvoim
christianized ami her government liecoim
instead of "an organized system of mas
acre," such n. one as develiipcs the imli
vidua!, encouraging the spread of intelli
gence and independence and ciillivatiiu:
a high public spirit there is no tilling
where China would stop. She would nut
then allow to pass without war the in
sult of excluding her subjects from tin
Vnited Slates on the ground that tlici
arc not good enough for us. The Loudon
S)icctutor points out that "a very littlt
might set the Chinese moving, and thai
her millions, once let loose, could no more
lie stopied than a stream of lava. Lord
Wolsclcy is for keeping on got.d terms
with the Chinese, and so are we; but, al
the same time, we do not forget that the
Roman Emiierors who tried to conciliate
the Goths fared no belter than those who
A Uefenne or Quav,
To the Philadelphia Impiirer, a sii
porter of fjuay, the New York Post ad
dressed this query :
' I'lcaae inform us whether vou con-
sider the charge of Otmv's robbery of tin
state treasury true or lulsc.
lo this the Tost received the following
"The records of the state treasurer
show every dollar accounted for. There
has been no robbery. Not one cent has
been cmoctzlcrl cither by .Mr. Juuv or
This looked like an answer, but 'Juay's
case is ieculiar and being determined to
get a siecilic reply the Post asked theed
itor of the Inquirer this:
"You do not answer the question. Is
it true or false that Juny took out of the
treasury and lost in succuliition $i!iill.-
(100, which loss was made good br Don
V.umeron, and sunsequcntly $4-00,0110,
which he made good himself by the pro
ceeds of another speculation ? Of course
the treasury books showed no deficit, ll
they did, he would be now in the ieni
The Inquirer's answer to this was as
complete as (Juay's; thuris to say, no
answer at all was returned. And Quay
continues to be the head man of the re
publican party and the man who cun say
to President Harrison, "Stand around ;'
and he star.dcth.
The County Democratic Ticket
In the first place it is all democratic
and can lie voted for with a clear con
science by every democrat in Huncombc
In the next place, it is not a town
ticket, but rather an out-of-town ticket,
and that will commend it esiecinlly to
those who were fearing thut Anhcvillc at
times got more than her share of the po
It is also very largely a ticket of tried
men who huve liecn in office before and
are known to Ik efficient and courteous,
It is a ticket alliance men can vote for
and rest assured their interests are in
It is, finally, a ticket to bring out the
full strength of the lliiueomlic democ
It will therefore be elected.
It will not be necessary to recall Stan
ley and put him in search of II. G. Ewnrt,
for Mr. liwart has been found. It is of
course but a remnant, so to sjieak, of
that rotund personality thut erstwhile
charmed the alliance of Hcndersonville
and anan the stalwart braves of the
Cherokee tribe, but 'twill serve as the
best the republicans can do for their shnre
in the joint debnte that for a time bade
fair to become unjointcd. Ilrnce up, Mr.
Bwart; its your last appearance; make
the most of it I
IIrkk'I another 911c of those fly-speck
decisions (reported by the Lumlxrton
Kobesonian) that do not add to ones
respect for the law and its agents:
"Steve Jacobs, who was to have been
hung Inst Friday, had broken jail and
was at liberty when his ease was heard
in the supreme court, while the law re
quires that a person shall be in custody
while being tried. This was the point
made by Mr. E. K. Proctor, jr., of coun
sel for Jacobs, and upon this the respite
was ootainca. me supreme court will
now have to dp its work over and
Steve's life is prolonged just that much,"
Pirsidint Harrison's judgement as
expressed in the nomination of J. H,
Young, (colored), of Raleigh, to lie col
lectorol the port of Wilmington is plainly
to the effect that he thought there was
no white republican as coiiiK'tcul to till
the place for of course such nominations
are always made by the republicans on
the basis of greatest ability to serve the
public in the position in question. This
is hnrd on the white republicans of Wil
mington mid the eastern part of tin
state generally, but they will have it
thut way; they will train with that kind
of u party. Take your medicine grace
Atlanta has arranged to have a sja-cial
day set apart during the approaching ex
position lor the free entertainment ol
merchants of the territory tributary t
her trade, FiiPv si thousand tickets
will be issued and scut tothesc merchants,
raeli one accompanied bv a railroad pass
to Atlanta und return. Murphy Hiilletin.
That lr;iv.n Iroin Asheville trailers
who want to come here, but get no par
ticular encouragement, A Western Sort Ii
Carolina fair in Asheville woiilifc) ho a
ureater attraction to Cherokee county
than would u Georgia fair in Atl.-iiilii
Atlanta wants the earth, but it would lie
a highly luumible act to keep her out ol
HepultllCllllH Will Atllllll TIllM.
l-'roiii the rhiltiiMphin Times.
If Grovcr Cleveland were now prcsi
1 lent with a democratic senate and house
with money rating al from loo lo 4on
T cent, ill Wall street ; with uncertainty
lilt ill every channel of coniuu rce, indus
try ami trade kcauseof ten months ol
tarill' agitation, and with the Kgiliin Hi
interests ol both producers anil consum
ers unsettled liv a flood tide ol sinviihi
lion in prospective lanes to lie levied on
I lie ieolc, the ilemoi rals would I1.11.lk
left a constable in Noviinkr outside m
.1 lew ilistiiels 111 lli-rks county. 1 1 iff.
loiiIiI liea universal uprisnm ol the k-m-Ic
against the wanton disturbance ol
iisinesstrnuoiiilil v : ,-igainst lievvildi riuv
prolligacvlhal lias wasted the surplus.
igiiiusi the liruialilv ami imlivcne
which have run riot in congress, aiu.
aitisl force measures audtoiveuielli"d
Think of Tlilsi.
I'n, in tin 1 : n uitM.r.t 1't ni.i nil.
Tile li' ' ! LMsIittnrr HI It ' . " I" re l i ! I i, I
this Stiitf. ll lllir, l :i n pn' li-iui in.,l-TU
.ve all know ht-w ttio-e tli.lri. 's wilt le I i-i
ll n ;i In t!:ue I In- pr. kti kiiiI liluilits
.,l tlii' liilt- at tli, iiierex nl Itierti ul'li.an.
,v Im turn- never !iti a enpa.il ImI- iiii
ihini: lint ntiriitc mill liin-lr.
I'liiiik i.l'lllat while man '
l-'r,,ni the Knleiuli Sewsnutl lih-H-rver.
Wiointitiinker has eli.seil the pust,illi,T at
llihopville, S C , a town ut .r,oo isoil,. lie
e.'iuse nf compli. aliitii i:r,,w i1 u mil ! lliiii
ililwitlitlKtiess h, have an iilti'iisive IUKI"
,-istinat r. That is railieal ivranuy.
The Rowan p.qicrs announce the death
ol Col. Sumner, ho iu years past was
eoiiucctcd witii various railroads in tin
state, and whose dcalh is greatly tie
It is with profound regret that we heal
of the dcalh ol Capt. Thos. W Harris, ol
I'.iuacca Springs, Halifax comity, in his
lsl vcar. He was a charming christian
gentleman w hom to know was toresKVt
and to love. Stale Chronicle.
News has been received of the death at
Kogcrsville, Tvuuesstv, of Rev. Dr. Na
than Shot well, the venerable lather of the
late Captain Randolph Shotwcll, at the
igeol.N."i. He lilt three children: Mr
W. S. Shotwcll, of I larrisburg, l'a Dr.
I?. A. Shotwcll, of Rogcrsvillc; Mr. Me
Cleiirv Shotwcll, ol Knoxville
THE I.ATHST XICUS
I Ho.U XOHT1I CAHOUXA
Raleigh has 110 Young Men's Chris
Mr. Arrowood, who is building the
hotel at lllacksburg says the building
will cost Jao.OOO Slielby Aurora.
A meeting of the educators ami
Iriends of education in North Carolina
will lie held in Raleigh October Kith.
The big hog engine winch went
through the Yadkin river bridge iu the
big wreck is still at the bottom of the
David Hippy, of Mooresboro, arrested
the 1jth of SciiIciiiIkt on the charge ol
robbing a mail bag of $70 has conlcssed
It will now beonlv a few days until
the charges against Mrs. Gould are fully
investigated by our superior court.
Thcofficcof stntcgcologist.il most im
portant office inn stale so rich in minerals
as North Carolina has not Ikcii filled since
the death of Dr. Kerr.
Three Mormon elders have for some
months Ik'cii engaged ill the work ol
proselyting in the neighborhood of Fisher
Hill, and have mane several converts.
Herring Creech, moonshiner who iu
Johnston count several weeks ago made
a deadly assault upon Wrigln linker, on
last Monday night went to the house of
11 neighbor who is seventy years old, and
calling the latter to the door, shot him
down, the old man is seriously injured.
Creech has not Is-en arrested.
The Concord Standard snvs thai on
the 27t.li ol May Rev. D. . Klooutx, col
ored, president of the Nnrlh Carolina
Alpha Synod of Colored Lutherans, lie
came suddenly' and violently sick and
died in n few hours. The contents of his
stomach have pist been aualy-ted and
arsenic found. His daughter lias been
arrested on suspicion.
The Soldiers I Ionic nt Knleigh oieneil
to-day, Oet.O, The home will lie pleased
to receive contributions of any kind-
bedding, furniture, provisions, niouev.
etc. Mr. Terrell, n one-legged veteran,
fins heen placed in charge ol the home.
Five veterans will lie placed in it Mon
day. The iwoplc of North Carolina will
surely answer the npicnl for contribu
tions. Mr. I, C. Anger. Durham. N. C.
representing W. Duke &Sons, the largest
ctL'iirettc niniiiilnctiircrs 111 the world.
after Sicndiiig several days in the city,
left for home Wednesday night. lie was
looking for a suitable site for the erection
of a branch manufactory of the Duke
iieople. A certain piece of rent estate not
far from the Read house hud been selected
as the site. Chattanoogn Times.
At the McMttllcn house, two miles
north of Mt. Airv. lack McMullcn shot.
accidentally it is claimed, nnd killed Joe
Hall while Hall wns talking with Mc
Mullen's lister. McMullcn wusnrrestcd.
It is reported that Hull, before his death,
told his mother that lack McMullcn
placed the pistol to his (Hall's) stomach
saying ' I nm going to shoot you," and
pulled the trigger. Greensboro Patriot.
To insure change of advertisement
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in by 10 o'clock a. m.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENINO, OCTOBER
It lUTlCA I I'M XT ENS.
The Davidson county democratic con
vention nominated for the senate S. F.
Williams and for the house . Lcon.nd,
J. G Siirralt. A resolution was passed
Charley McKesson said in his sktcIi iu
the republican caucus iu Lenoir that tl ere
would lie more repul'licans in this coun
try if it were not for the women l hey
can't stand a radical,
Stokes county democrats will roll n
one of the largest majorities there this
v ear. iu her history. A. M. Stnck'lor the
clerkship and A.J. Urowu for the house
will probably lead I he ticket.
The radicals of Moore county nomi
nated D. C. McKiuuoii for the senate
mil Neill McK.iv for the house. Tile
Sanlord Express says that the latest in
telligence is tnai ncniicr .1eiMi1
McKav will accept the iioiiiiuulioii. Me
Kay is a democrat and yvill vote tin
. II, Young, a colored politician froit
Raleigh, has been nominated by I'rcsi
den! Harrison lor collector ol the port of
Wilmington. Young is from Raleigh.
.mil is about twenty-eight vearsot uj.'C
He is said to Ih' quite ail intelligent col
,,,..,1 man. ami il is staled that his ap
poiiittucnl was seemed through the in-
ihicncc ol 1 neat nam. oiiug was nm
confirmed by the senate.
1 l.iul.v III Moulli Ciirolliirt WrlH-tti
Mv labor was shin ier ami less painful
than 011 two former occasions; physi
cians astonished ; I thank vou oi ".oili
er's liiciid." ll is worth its weight in
Write lli.nllielil Regulator Company.
Ulanta, t'i.1., for particulars. My all
tTiitm ui Wtrtar tutktiii: pmviliT.
l ull in Im v-niiiK HtrviiKtli. I'. K.
iVi'imri, Aiiutt 1 7. I nk;i wY
1 1 ijjllt'(
A niivlv riimiMhcd li"itf. inrmt Mrrrltntm
vtiMii- imkI Cln.nl ul Hirtft. 1fnr utiiim ni
ply in n S WA liN.
iH-t.Itlll If Hi I I'.miiii' imnu,
A C'ltild'i lint, ( nit Ik had fit The Cttlmt
i (In i' h pnviiiK l'r tin I ailvt-Ttiot-ini-Hl.
oct 1 dtl
ki oi.k mvsi i:ks
I'vrrv (iftrriun.n li v SnHtiiry trnin wc ic
tit hihli ' l-Mui S lft" N-.rfnlk tiyntrn
TUi-w arc the lt ! St. v in nil lvU at
1IAUK1-.K V l'lM. LAM'S.
net'. dlw At ! Main St.
"Hr wlw tn-tlnv It in nuidttCKii Ui ilrtiT,
What t vi rv li' iisr vluittld tcivt. and that in n
imumI mill. 1 1 nl h Mile am I .nek Lntiman
haw ivivntly nuinuliic' nrvil a mni.ll huur
-A'v I Inv ;irc Kit I in i; very (ail in many
tit- It ( hardlv nrttHM-.i v to nin-nk nl thr
itni'rtaaiv "t a hni il.-. 1 1 ' vv nltt-n pen-
iU- Uiim-tlifir kiIvt. ii'wvis ami 1 inrtnm
ti.UK'i " i xi'iiwil to tin . rultiici k ami iinrclia
iilt'Si'i vaiiTH, m Inn tiv a littli-moiu v vi-1lnHtit
iti nut-I turn- salt tiny ton hi iiwikf tticill
Kii Hivtm 'I hi H;ia- in i-xiiriMtilv initilc I'M
the wtni nt thi many at a prut- within the
mt-nni all. if vini want nnc I udl Miipily
t.u. KKI.I'l-.lvl- K K t I ! if I ii s r,,
nol'tdat iK I'attn i Aviv, AMifvillc.
NKVI.lt IIICAHU Ol Ili;ORK
AT -BALTIMORE - PRICES 1
STAM'AKIiH : C I S. I'KK UT
KxotHritt (nr SU'i in vtv.
Mil.lifTS 4 CTR I'l'HyT.
try rtntr inr ku-wmiu, i-ryiiiK. L'tc
Ktdil frnni Immih4 tn ImusH thronuh cnlirt'
lity ShiiiiiH'it'.N nivivcd ilaily hliK-k ill
(inlrnt h-ft nt Nn. 7 ItiUrsnn firivc. r pent
thmiiKh the mail will In' il llwml pmmptly
to any part ul tilt-city. AdiireHw tru m ny
mail in i. m. .mii.i.ihk,
oct4 illm Hiu 47. City,
Cli.cag& Alton U.K.
I-A8TI1ST Kill'TU Til
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Anhi villr to Kiiti'im City In 37 hour.
Aohfvllk tit Ik-nvtr in Al hniini.
AHhi'villf to 8nn Frnni'mcit, Cnllfornl. Ami
rnrthutd, Hri'Mun. In n duvi,
Solid Vrntilmlt'd Truinn Ht. Louis to Kmi
n Citv. Kt cllninu chair cur fret'.
For lull ininrniutinn call on or write to
B. A Newland,
IHntrit't I'liMHcnKcr Aiccnt,
No. lo lntton Ave., Anhcvillc, N.C,
f CHAR!. TON. (V l. A.. ChfcK, IU.
THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In It now form re Ulna all tha oharactorlitta
foaturM of tlia old tlta, with n Inanaaeil niim
bar uf l'agea aud XUiiatratlona.
The Illustrated American
I, acknowlsilRwl to b. tlia hoIinmMt Wankty
Now, Magazine in tha srorM. Advaotafia la Uk.
an by tbo manaiiomsnt of ovarjr opportunltj
to MKiura tba latent .nil niiMt rallahl. Inform,,
tlon of toploa nf nuuoml ami IntAniatloual ln
tnraNt In thla ooimtry and Euroiio.
CorroNpoiiUauti, Artlsta and Pliotottrapbon
an oiuialaiitljr at wurk In all parta of tba world
glssnliig Itoin. of liibiraat fur tba nadtra.
The Illustrated American
U olaan . alMnlutalr iiniwoUrlan, f raa from polltl
oal diaeiiulons and bsavy drbu. I, I. amlnonts
Ijr a now, nuwazln, for tba family. Club mm
and iportiiiuiin will find Atbletlea and Oamra,
Yarhtlng and Baw Ball nawa, Ladiea will find
"rurmnt T..pleaoflulirittoWoen. Army
and Navy Offlmri will find Itanii and rholo
nrapba of Army nd Navy Nawa, Antiquarian!
will anjny "Illil.irlo Amarlca" Everybody
will enjoy the "erlal Htory by Edgar rawo.lt,
betiun In No. 99.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAGO, MII.WAHKHK tc HT. PAUL
AND NOMTIIUKN PACIl'IC K. K'B.
ThrmiRh I'nllninn sleeping Car Iravea Chi
cni'u ilntly at A. .'ill t m
Pur Ht I'hiiI nml Mlnnrapoll,,
11 I'nrirn, North linkotu.
" Hil. no nnd lluttv, Miintitna.
" The Yellowstone pUrk.
" Hpnknnc Pnlla Hiltl Tucot im.
" Piirtlnnd, l irciton
drat Koute to Ben I lie and all Inrtli Pacific
The Hcrnli- line to California, 'la Portland
and the tthaata Honte.
Tleketa on eitle everywhere.
Por Infonhatlrn apply to any Agent, or
nitdreaa A. V. II. Campknt, r enernl I'n.
aeniter Agrnt. Chleaao, III,, or i. C. Ilaaor,
Hontbern Paaocnger A Kent, LoulavUle, Ky,
llflVt' .VOU rWII tllilt Ki
Shoe for 11.00.
A fi'w iniitrlii's left-, 2,400
for 15 ('(Hits.
llow tli.it Dn-ss (!oo1h is
Tliosi-Cliililivii's Muffs ui'
IHiinkots, Coiulorts, Cussi
mtTcs iiiovin' willi rnpitlit.v.
Cut pi-ires nre telliiir!:.
IU)STIC IIKOS. Jc WUKJUT.
U'.A. Hi.aiu. .1. V. Hiiown.
No. jj ration Avenue,
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'SOLO STAND
We nre now ready, and in
vite our friends and 1 lie pub
lic u'cnerull.v to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we ore offering at rock
bottom prices. I'm lerta king
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night (o.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire atock ol
Including tine llrotK-hcn, Ituttuim unci Hrncr-
Hi-ONE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
Keiianlleae uf eoat, aa we Intend In the future
tn keep nothlnit hut Hollil Cold and
8terlinR Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Houtb Main Ht. Anhcvillc.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaent for Rcema Creek Woolen Mllla.
North Main Aebeville, N. C
Thr urll Pmnun, unrqunlctl, unrxccllrd.
ilurahlc nml Itrnut.ful
Are ri'i'oniinrndrd by the beat artlata. Come
nnd rinniine our kooiI, before buying elae-
wlivri- nt No. 87 I'nlton avenue. Tuning
and relinking a ,pcciultx.
0. M. WILLIAMS CO.
Huliiirhiiii rrwlclmcr. one mile from cltv on
Mirrlmon ftvrmic niHil. hamUumelv nnd
cuniplctily lurniHhcd nml equipped ; exiiuUtU'
view ; vKientive Hrounnn i wo irenn jrrnry
whiter uunlen: horaea and vehlclm ll
desired. Ccmnmoii driven lBt Novemlier.
Owner occupying In ummir only would
innke perinnncut arrnnRement with pnrt
dcrtlririK n winter rcaldrncc. AddrrH
j, AT .DaKTH' .
iAVER & m
THE SHOE STORE"
OPERA HOUc5 BLOCK.
.Ill I'm t' HI Avenue,
ASHKVILI.K, N. C.
teTFIne Hata a Specialty." W
li. M. II K ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Al" unuHiiH (r nil klndi dune. All order
promptly ft I It'll nml win k Kiinranti-ril. Cnu
Ik- found at nil tlmcH at Urtilmtu'ii Cottun
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
;cncral i IiiHurance 1 Agent.
Kinr No. 20 South Main atrcet.
Katnlillahed I Klin. Aahevilli', N. C
nun dl v
eSiig-liMti aud French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 I'rcncb Hroail Aeenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i For many year, Aaeociate PrlnelpiU of Mt
Vernon Inatitute, Hnltlmore. I
Analated by a corpa af eomfientent teaehcr
B. H. COSBY,
(8ucvriior to C. Cowan. 1
7 PATTON AVKNl'E,
NltXT IHII1K TO ('.KAMI CKNTKAI. HO
Tl!l., ASIII-VII.I.H. N. C.
MEDICATEO BALSAM VAPOR
T If you hnve any Noae, Throat or l.un t
X On npiiliention I will amd a iinmphlet T
' ' deaeriptlvc of Aebeville and alao the in. T
; hnllnic treatment free with liat ol quel- T
' ' tiona to lie anawered by thr patient T
T when ordering Home Treatment. Thle
treatment I, aa effective aa the office T
OPPICII NO, 3d I'ATTON AVKNUB,
Aahevillc, N, C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. I
REVELL, Sk WAGNER,
ftnecraaorato Kopp it I.lchtcnlicrKrr,
8UQAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffee roaatrd on the premlaea daily, and
ground for rvery cuatoiticr.
Full Line of Table Huppllca).
I'ree delivery. A full line of Ffrd, futlllahed
ai wnoicaaie pneea.
aS PATTON AVICNI'K.
Tetep one No, AO.
Of coiii'Mc thor('rt money in
printer h ink, but tho mail
who niakHH the moKt int'lli-
Kont lino of it, p't,H thu tnoHt
money out of it. It.l(MH not
pn.v to ii(lvi'i'tine Hoiuetliinu
you hnven tKot.ornnytliiim'
vou cuiiiidt ilo and do vw-ll
Tlio innn who ml vurtiriKH a
frnud nuiMt havo n "jood'
fnuid. and ho who ndvi'i'twoM
liaixuiiiH in oodn miiHt bo
prepnmi to natiHfy his cuk
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aitacvtllc, N. C. ,
P. O. toai P.
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a fine lot of
With tha latest styles nf handles silver
plated and oaldlted, Also a large supply of
Of tht Latest Bdltloas.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Paasenser Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. O.
A modern Arat elaaa hotel. Hot and cotd
lilrctrii- liella in everv room. Open Are in office and Rratra In bed rooma. once, dinlnf
room, lunch counter, cigar and ncwa atand and bar and billiard room on Arat floor. II Ire
trie atreet cam paaa door every 20 minutea. Richmond and Danville railroad eating hoaat.
.'0 minutea for mean.
RATES, fl.oo PER DAY. .
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
BHVAN and WALTER URKKM, Clvrka.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH? ROOM FITTED UTtf WATCH CLOSET,
I?lnih1 thmtiKhotit in Antlnue Oak.
tiiwrdoRk. WiiIIm ilrnicil with Llncruita -
Ior further ini'ormation call on
G. H. WALKER. No. 5. Jefferson Drive,
$lQO REWARD I
For anyone who will buy a pair or Graham Khoea and not Ret value received. Now i
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
tnit ahoTC Partner' Warehouse.
Chrnprat atore nnrnrth. Ilnndlc notbinR but I'lraKlaaa Oooda, and Intend to treat
w...iuuiH iiiiiirr uv b. h..if.Ha,ie Hl,,M4 ,,f .'vprv kind. Iloniitiaile Irani Home
mndr Plni'la Home marie lioineatic.
Aahevillc blioc Co. 'a hoca.
Howard I'mrnt nml Milt. Holcombe are
A - Word - to - the - People - of - Asheville.
The Hlriuwny I'iitno ia atlll the recoRntacd Standard of the World, anil C. I'alk la Stelo.
wav'a aircnt. The beat tmulc iieople In Aahevl'lc buy It and take no other. It takea money
to buy It. I acll it very cloae, atlll aotnc people ennnot quite reach It. Por theae I have tba j
A. B. Chaac Pinna, which ia acknowledged and aold by Hteinway aa next to hia. The Bv.
erett Piano baa been in demand by other honaea who wanted It for thla tarrrltory, but C.
Palk keep. It tight here.
By my price, I may not get rich, but I make hoat of friend,.
The Perrand Ik Votcy Organ will be aomcthing new In the market nt thla place, while
Wilcoa It White, Kimball At Waterloo Organa are con.lantly demanded and .old on good
terms. I wlah It to be understood tnat when I sell on installments, and pnrchaaera do not
wish to keep the Instrument. I do not retain all money paid, but return all ajnounta paid
above rent. I hope the character established for 13 years In Asheville will have It weight
when you have to decide where to buy a. Piano or other Instrument. Respectfully,
35 North Main BU
Cheap Rates to all Points).
k..;.KOAIt TICKETS bought, sold and
cichnn. All trnnaoctloas guaranteed.
C. P. RAY,
Opimalte Hwannnnna) Hot HOdtf
HeRlnnlnR todoy the hnfrgflge hniiineiii for
inerly carried on liy The Anhrvtlle Mlrci-t Hnl'J
way Company will lw cnt1nurd liy the un
deinltfnrd under the nnme of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.
I will lie glud to serve my lrl nda, and will
promise prompt attention In all orders rn
truated to me
Ofllce at Htreet Railway Company's office,
Telrphone No. 1 0. Reap..ctrully,
ll. M JONHH, AHent.
Hrptrmlier 10, IHIKI,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open daily, except Sunday,, from 10 a. m.
until I p. m and 8 until 7 p.
The term, of aiihacrlptlon are: Ont year
tt n mm., Ii.nii: n nma , $ ; 1 mo,, nneta.i
dally II eta.
OmiTrs for INUO-Preaidenl, Charles W.
Wnolaey Vice-President, Thos. A. Jones i tee.
and Treasurer. D. a. Watson Librarian, Miss
Cltllena and vlaltnra are enpdl.ll Invlterf
to lnaieet the catalogue and Inscribe their
nnmi'a it. fni'mWra anAndtf
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
"l "u.o.C." Ouras)
la 1 to a Han. arilhaa,
Pravanta trlotura, Contains no
sorln or poisonous sntiatsnraa, and
rua BAI.B BY
RAY80R t SMITH, ASHEVIUI. N, 0
water auid batha and tolleta on every floor.
Parlor and Reception Hall flnUhcd In Ourt..
- made Urillina-. We warrant every pair 01
AHheville Dry Goods Co.,
I. O. H1W1LL, Mannxrr .
kaa hla aaaw Bad prist) stamp aa iitlmm.
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE QIMTLEMKN.
riua Calf , Im4 Wnisenssf Chmla.
2ZS tZiX' Jf" wsarhuj aantlssat ml
. nn i iii"1 an. r
mails In Quasi ssa. aniUoaaadlaau.
hav. baa. mnal favneably ssoalvsd ataas hil.wlau.1
sad tk. raani imprnvsmusui suaamam sauuntsr
to say sunn aoldtheaa sekasv
AS. fpK "salar, aaTLt a. aanaat ssnttyea sssd
' . W. .lotltaLAa, Mraaluaa, Has.
POH IALB BV
WEAVER A BIVEBS.
MY KIKGDOM FOR A HOME
In Ashev lie Hold, comrade, do not give thv
kingdom, I will acll thee a lot at a reasonable :
price, I will end thee money to erect a hone
thereon, I will man re thee In a Drat elaaa art
l""".?"". fompany. I will aell ynu one of
Hall s Ane house anfaa tn bw k ailv. Uar.
els, etc.. In. II ysu want to rent I will and
T"." '.?91 ""t. If you want your rents
collected I will collect (hem for ynu. I will
hope to see you soon. I will give prompt and
earneat attention to all business put la my
hands. FkUDKKICK nUTLHINIS.
,. . Ileal Batate Ami,
seutaodlm as fattou Are., AsSevUle, ,
'.stiftsir; ' " '-'Jj' "