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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : "WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
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Here A a Bard, plain fact: If you bare
a rood-thing, write about H, talk it up,
advertise it. Intrinsic merit is all right;
but in this hustling and bustling age, he
that bhvreih not hit ownhorn,thesame
it shall not be blown. This is a homely
war of slating an immottal truth.
Building and Reality.
THE DAILV CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Taa nsn-vCmiau, Democratic, ts published
every afternoon (except eluaday) at the fal
lowing rate ttiictlr cash:
THK DAILY CITIZEN
U on Mle at the following place! In A.hcvUle:
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W BUN BSD AY, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
"The People" and the Tariff,
The New York Sun suys:
"M Inol Ft F.rhnrrlt deserves miirhtv
well by the people of this town. It will
be lomr befure they foreet the weighty
and substantial service that he did its
merchants on Saturday when the pluck
ol his convictions and his sound bum
ness common sense saved them a round
million ot dollars."
What Mr. Erhnrdt did was to beat
back the effect of the McKinley bill by
keeping open the custom house till so
near Sunday, Oct. 4, that the church
bells were about to remonstrate. It it
true he thereby put sonic millions into
the pockets of the New York merchants
and if they think he did more than Uncle
Sams pays him for they will perhns re
ward him. But how are the people lien
efittcd, as the Sun intimates? It is all a
very prettv spectacle, but when do they
have their inninrs?
Not until the democrats pass a tnrif)
reform bill with a Cleveland as president
to make it a law. The Sun knows that
the millions it relers to will go into the
pockets of the merchants; that prices
generally have already advanced on im
ported articles ; and that to-day "the
people" are paying very dearly for hnv
ing hired Mr. VcKinley to play theii
tariff fiddle. The pvople? Bless your
heart, esteemed Sun, the people were lor
gotten, overlooked, passed by, waved off,
ignored, disregarded, neglevtel, blinked
A Railway Comralnaton.
The "Railroad Commission Club ol
Buncombe county" is entirely in earnest
and its prime movers believe they have a
mission. That mission is the establish
ment of a state railway commission to
regulate railways and their freight rates
iu North Carolina.
The main question is probahlv not at
to the necessity for such regulation; we
suppose that will be generally conceded.
The question is whether a state railway
commission could be formed under an
act that would meet the case; one that
would be able to secure more uniform
rates and lower rates. Those promi
nent in the movement have no doubt ol I
this and a letter which Tim Citizkn
prints to-day has some information on
the subject that will probably be new t
most of our readers.
Tub Citiikn knew that freight rates
were high from any point in the
state to Aslicvillc, but it was a
surprise to learn that lower rotes
are sometimes given from points in Ten
nessee to cities east of Asheville than to
this city itself, and that of course on the
same class of freight in each instance, ll
this is not a case for a railway commis
sion, state or inter-state, it would prolm
bly be hard to find one.
.eaves the Republican Party.
F. I). Winston wus nominated for judge
of the second judicial district by the re
publicans of that section in session at
Rocky Mount. He has just written J. H
Eaves, chairman of the republican state
committee, thnt he will not accept that
office; and what must have been Eaves's
feelings on rending that letter' It uili-
riously arraigns the republican party and
pronounces it guilty of injustice, rcvolu
tion and sectionalism, and concludes ns
"I shall not be a republican candidate
for nny office, but shall vote the entire
democratic ticket, congressional, stute
and county. The election of thnt ticket
will lie the U-st for the people of North
Carolina lioth white and black. It will
also be a wholesome rebuke to the men
who are using the national government
for puriKises of plunder, whose profes
sions ol love for free speech and n lair
count are belied by their daily practices
in the halls of congress and liy their sys
tematic purchuse of votes in all close
elections; whose disregard of the true
interests oi inc negro in snown ov iiie
passage of laws that will raise the price
ol every thing the negro buys and lowers
the price ol every thing he sells, and who
imagine tnat oiutuni pnuuntnropy and
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braving patriotism will serve asn dis
guise lor their wicked schemes.
We hear that Mr. Ewart, in his des
peration at not being able to successfully
meet Mr. Crawford on public Issues, de
scenued to personalities at Henderson-
ville. Mr. Crawford, being a gentleman,
cannot of course follow Mr. Bwnrt In
the direction he has chosen to go. But
if Mr. Bwart persists, this will follow as
surely as night the day ; the people of the
ninth -district who love fair piny and
square fight on public issues will give
Mr. Bwart the worst basting at the
polls in November thnt ever mortal man
bad in North Carolin
Jay Gould very glibly snyt that the
tariff will not effect the poor man : he
will buy one suit of clothes instead of
two. Let ns suppose, Mr. Gould, that
the workingman has been buying but one
uit of clothes within a given period ;
what then f And what of the thousands
of working men and working women
who are deprived of employment by fewer
uits of clothing worn ? The republican
tariff pinches; there's no denying it. .
Bbnator Vance is tower of strength
to the North Carolina democracy, and be j
looked it as he moved around among his
Asheville friends yesterday.
Idaho, the census says, baa bat M,-
339 people, and ytt the republicans ad
mitted ber into the anion, claiming all
the time that the had more people than
New Mexico. A Washington dispatch
to Tub Citiirn yesterday stated that
New Mexico's population footed up 144,'
A NbW York paper says that "the
new tariff presents many anomalies, some
incongruities, and a good deal of bun
combe." We beg leave to differ. There
is not a sign of old Buncombe anywhere
about the new tariff.
Mr. Ewart comes up to his feast of
joint debate with all the enthusiam of a
moo going to the guillotine. If he does
not stampede and get across the state
line before the last dnte of his appoint
ments he will surprise his friends.
In the guessing contest, opened by the
Southern Tobacco ouruul lust spring,
Miss Anna B. Barnes, of Wilson, N. L.
wins the prize. The guess of Miss Barnes
was 2-t.98H.737 pounds. Uur iictuii
sales reached 23.8'.!5,070 pounds.
southern t obacco Journal.
Mr. T. G. Cohort, of this city, hands us
a paper in which is an account of (icrliiips
the oldest woman in the world. Her
name is Kiillev and she residesut No. 758
(ireenwich street, New York. The nc
count of this woman says that in 1.773
she was born on the plantation of Janus
Downey, near Oxford, N. C-Durham
There was a line siieciincn of manhood
walking around on Wednesday of the
lair. He wore a "Prince Albert," had on
i ten inch beaver, and looked to be about
02 years of age. The stranger was Mr.
Martin Liiie. lie was wearing fur the
second time his wedding beaver and suit
which happv event took place nbotil
lorty years ago. Concord Standard.
THE LATEST XKWS
FROM XoRTH CAROI.IXA
The case of C. M. Hardin, tried at
I'lttslmro tor the murder ol Alex. Moore,
ended hat unlay with the verdict ot not
guilty. The trial consumed two duvs,
and great interest wus niaiiilcsled.
J. E. Kntley, colored, suprinteiident
ol the colored graded school, and .Murv
Crmiiticld, a teacher in the same school
were both asked lor their resignation In
a unanimous vote ol the board of school
commissioners, who upon investigation
iouiiiI both Kallcvnuii the woman Crcsli
lield guilty ot cruelly Iteming Sam Hmwn
I pupil ol the school. Charlotte Cliruni
Capt. W. A. Barrier, of Charlotte.
died at his residence tbeie Monday eve
ning, alter having been contined to I, i
lied lor nearly two weeks. Capt. Bar
rier stood in the front rank of the educa
tors of the south. In 1 SMI he was ten
dered, but declined, the presidency ol th
Mirth Carolina College at Mount I'lc.-is-int
the state l.uthcrun college. He
was a member ol the Mccklciilmiu
.-oiinlv board ol education at the tune ol
Although railroads are running to
mlv sixty out ol ninety-six coiiutv seats,
hey are running their trains within the
borders ol all but twelve of the counties
of North Carolina. These counties arc
Hyde, Tyrrell, I Lire and tlreene. in the
east: Manlcv dial Havie, ill the centre;
Mleghanv. Ashe, Waiauga and Yaucev.
in the northwest; and Transylvania and
Clay, in the exienie west. In four ot
hese, I Mi vie, Manly, Wince v nud Iriin-
vlvmiiii, railroads arc now in process ot
construction. A voir hence we shall
nave railroads to sixtv-three count v
M'alsnnd within the borders of eight
counties. Slnic Chronicle.
The reports received from corresion
dents of the Weekly Weather Crop Bul
letin, indicate that the week ending,
October th has been one of the most
uulavoralilc of the season. Over the en
tire state during the first tivcdayscloudv,
drizzly weather, with cold northeasterly
winds prevailed. The damage to cotton
is considerable, due to rolling or sprout
ing; picking, of course, bus been retarded:
preparation of land lor wheat delayed.
and the sowing of wheat and winter
oats, while fodder has been nearly ruined
Killing frost is not probable before Octo
ber linn, ov which nine it is Hoped that
there will lie few ungalbered crops which
can lie injured by it. Tobacco is nil
cured, mid corn will soon be sufficiently
matured to be bevund danger.
I'ERSD.;S AXP I'L CES.
Mks. ICi.iia HliTH CfsTKH, the willow
ot General Custer, is visiting in Helena,
Mont., at present.
I'miKKshoa Hkkkomkk, the eminent
English artist, recently cut his hand
riouslv while engaged in chopping wood.
B. L. Fahikon, the popular novelist,
was once a newsuiier man in .New Zea
land, where he was the proprietor of n
Rkv. Dr. C. H. pARKiimsT, of New
York, recently sealed the ntattrrhorn.
the most dangerous Alpine ienk. It
was first done in lHtlfi.
Capt. Okokok Mackknzik, the chess
player. Is dying from consumption in
Manchester, where he recently took part
in nn international chess tournament.
Wm. Kkksk. who lives at Bolivia, I'n.
at the reputed ugrol 103 years. Ins been
rending without glasses lor hfteen years.
His father died at the age of 10 and his
grandfather at 100 years.
It is stated thnt "Dick" Talc. Ken
tucky's defuulteriiig treasurer, is located
in Honduras, and is associated in busi
ness with Major Burke, the skillful man
ipulator of Louisiana's bonds.
Sknaton Eiimi'Mis has attached to his
handsome residence in Washington nn
outside stairway, build on purpose for
his favorite dog, which is not allowed to
meander through the main ball.
ArTKia series ol very careful experi
ments Professor Culm, ol II resin u. has
found that the heating of damp tiny to
a temperature sufficient to cause spon
taneous com bust .on is due to a lungus.
A Bums Irom Flint. Mich., visited Lil-
by prison, in Chicago, and found her
father's name cut in a windowsill of the
place. C, H. Ford was the prisoner who
thus left his mark in the place where he
spent ten months.
Iuua Brink, a medical writer of some
note, has received Irom the British Medi
cal Asaoclation of London $100 to defray
inc expense oi puiiasinng a pnysioioKicni
treatise on the nutrition of the muscles,
I)r. Brink is the first wotnun to be tiius
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ALLIKHOF THK RKPl'BI.ICANB
That's What Col. polk Calla the
President 1. L Polk.
The democrats must carry every dis
trict possible ; they cannot afford to lose
one in Louisiana. The men who are
fighting Mr. Blnnchard or who oppose
any democratic .candidate for congress in
this state; the men who would cause dis
sensions in the party ranks to-day or
bring about a split or division, arc allies
of the republicans, co-operating with
Reed's connrcss to oppress and injure the
south. Let them be known for what
they really are enemies of whitesupreni
ncy and civilization.
The above is part of a letter written
to H. L. Loueks, president of the Farm
ers' National Alliance, Sept. 20. Note
the significance of it. En. Citmkn.
Street ft Hmllh'a Good News.
Adult son "Mother, does a girl mean
to cnennrngc or discourage n man when
she ." Mother "Mv son. there is no
need of going into details. When n girl
starts out to either encourage or dis
courage n man, the man never Iiiib any
doubt about what she means,"
A Leaaon In Language.
Krom the Racket.
"I suppose buck boards are named so
from the young bucks who go driving in
them?" "Of course; and dog carls are
nam d so from the puppies who go driv
ing in them."
A Hard Life.
ew York Weekly.
Benevolent lady, to trami "Here my
poor man, is all we have left this niorn-
iui!. I suppose voit have u hard time of
it?" Tram ii "Yes mum. It's awful
hard, mum, to leave n nice soft hay-mow
so early in the inornin'. or else gil
around loo late for nreaklas .
A Lady In Noulh Carolina Write
M v labor was shorter and less painful
than on two tormer occasions; pnvsi
eians astonished; I thank vou !'or"Moth
er's Inend. It is worth its weight in
Write Bradlield Kegiilnlor Company
Wlauin. ('a., for imuicnlam. By all
errnm of tarlnr linking powiler. Hliihcst
ifnll In Iraveninic sircna-th. 17. 8. (Govern-
mi ni KciH.rt. Auit.isl 17, lHu tulvllodly
lK HUNT AT ONCK.
Kiuht room dwelling, furnished or onftir
nilictl. in flrvirHtiir luirl ol lliccity. AiltlretMi
I'. ii, hoi bit. Axneviue, it i. nci7u.il
KKVKR HEARD ofBI'ORE
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES 1
STAMlAKIlH R0CT. I'HK UT.
Excellent or Htcwlna. etc.
HKLKCT OCT. PltKfJT.
Very Fine fur Hirwluit, rryiiiu. etc.
Hold from house to house throtnzh entire
city Shipment received dully - 81oek ill-
on.rmlrO nt Nn. 7 Jcffcmon Drive, or writ
ihrotiKti l he mull will tt nVlivm-tl promptly
to iiiiv part ol thr city- AMnn nrilrra liy
miiil to ;. M. MII.I.KH.
ut l4 dim Ilox 4-47. CUT.
THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In Its bew form nuins sll Iks ehtnctorlsus
faunras of lh old iIm, with sa iBcrasaod nanf
bsr of Psres sad lllustfrnuoos.
The Illustrated American
Is knowlMKl to h lb. bsndsonsst HtMf
Xswt MifuUM la lb world. Adesalsss Is Uk
sn bj tbo nisnsseroent or srsrf epportssity
sornr. ins UUMt ml most rellsbls tetania
U"0 of topics of sound sod latsroaoout la
Isrtat In this country and Europe.
ComMpondftnts. Artuii and FsotAsrmpa.nl
ara eoiMtauUr at work la all pari, ot lbs world
(Iwiltif lUtu. ol liilmat fi tbs I
The Illustrated American
Is rtou. shanlnulir nnrlarlao, has fiutu politi
cal diariMMons atsl baay debalaa. ! taamlDanS'
ly a tun auwulaa a lbs family. Clab sms
and atsiruraen will Ind AtblMles tad OaoMa,
Vsrbtlos and Baa Ball sews. Ladles will Sod
"rumnlT.iplesafln.Mwrt toWMaa. Ana
sad Kit Oman will tad liana sad Fnoto
RTsphs of Army and Davy Hews, AaUqosrlaas
will enjoy HUtorl Amartca." Irwrybody
will eajny iba Varlal Slorjr bf Idau Jrawsaw,
bafus la Mo. a.
Home firople nsree with The nnn'a uisnlnns
snout men una imnw. an,, pome ieii
flon'1 1 hot tveryliody llhca to art hold of the
newspaner vhlch is aerer null and aever
airai'l to apeak its minn
H-mocrntt. hnnw that for twenty year.
The Hun has fnusht In the front line for Dem
ocratic ntiucliilca, aever wavertna or weak-
enllltt In Its loyalty In the Irucltitrrrvta of the
party II serve, with learleaa antellta-wes and
dlaln'terrsted ylaor. At time, opinion, hare
dlffrrrd as in he heat means of aecofflpllah
In.; the common puroe; II la not The
Hun's fault If It baa area furtbef lata tbs mill
Klshteen hundred and ninety la lbs year
that will probably determine the result of the
I'resldrsilnl election or inpa, anil prrhai
the fortimca or the Hemoern-y for the rest of
Victory la tana la a duty, and
the heainnlnaof IHofi la the best time to start
nut In company with The aun.
L'aiiy, per nioata.,M.M
finily, wr year M
Hu-tnay, per year , ...
Iaiiy and aunday, per yenr
tially and Sunday, srr month..
Weekly, one year
AMrfW THR Ni'N, Kc-i Torar.
BMUlwr sWhi mejffSMtrtm out ,
f toan bt tirn In oo(1Vt, lav or In mrtHmji fnnd.
oat th k now UltTa of imilrril If nr
It to abol.wlr barmlrin iVi will ftrt ft
aat and spawiy am, whsar lh poUtki
U PA tut llansraamanuulellr and wlib MMik
aertainllf tha I ha paUeat smtorsoa. aa laraa.
ywrdano and soonM. cpleUfjirmalloa Is
RAYaOR t aMITH, Isrunrlets,
A.havIM. M, C, ,
SUSIS dftwly atoa wed frl
Have you hwii tlint Kip
Shoe for f 1.00.
A few nintclifw ft, 2?400
for 15 centH.
How tlint Divhh Goods is
Thoso Child rt'n'H Miil'fw aie
Blan'kotn, Comforts, CiisHi-
nieres moving with rapidity
Cut prices v telling.
ItOSTIC BROS. & WMGIIT.
W.A. ULAIK. J. V. llHOWN
No. ,ij Palton Avenue,
K'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
V lire now ruil,v, niul in
vitf our I'rii'inlM uml tin- tuh
Ik-p'lit'i-nll.v (o mil uml cx-
iiiiiiiic our well sclcctcil ntock
Wliidi we nrc offcrinjjnt rock
liottom pnVcH, I'm iVrtM king
Hpccial fi'iitutv. ChIIh nt-
tciulctl day or nixlit.
Tclt'i ihono, ilny 7", niffht. lio.
BLAIR & HIIOWN.
The entire stock ot
Including fine Hroovhrs, Muttons and Brace
HW HE-THIRD OFFI-1-8
HrunrdlesM of rott, mm wr in trad la the fiitvrt
to ktrp aiithltipt tint HHd Gold and
ttcrlina Mlvrr Jrwrlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
Houth Main Ht. Aahcvlllr,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Ascnt for Mrema t'rerk Woolen Mills.
North Main Asheellle. H. C
The World P.miiua. unequaletl, uaeicelled,
durable and ueaulirul
Arc rtviimmrndrd by tHt bett art tat a. Coait
anil ft a mine oar good brfbrt lialag tlM-
vMrv at No, T I'attoa avaa. Taalng
aatl repair I n a iwctnlty.
Q. at W1LUAMI CO.
HuburbsuB niailflifM. omm attte frota eit on
Mrrilmun avrtiti road. bandMalv and
cimp)uix fomtahed and tqutpped i fiuulMit
vtew) tBtrneW ana'l lwo (rraa Jrt-
ro.ta; wlnur aattlra borara and fh(clrn (f
drotrrd. t owr-ttra fflvt-a lit of Horr mlwr.
Uwntr ocvapying la aamatrr only would
mNht prrtnniirnt arraaiC'rmt-nt with party
dr-trina a winter rflsldrnot AddrM
atpumita r..u. iuvk hua oov.
THE SHOE STORE"
OPERA HOUPE BLOCK.'
au Pattnn Avenue,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
HaTFIne Hate Specialty.-
E. H. URITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER.
Also iirndliiK of all kinds done. All nnlcrs
promptly filled and work guaranteed. Can
lie found at all times nt I'.rnbam'a Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Uencral t Inauraticc I Af(ent,
Rear No. I'll Houth Main trect.
Ashreillc, N. C
EiiKliMh and French
B0ARDIN6 ANO OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 Preach Hroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MA I TLA ND, PRINCIPAL
I Por manr yrara AModatr Principal of Ml
Vernon Inntitute, Baltimore.)
Atvalitrd by a corpa af comuentent teacher
ir-n ni r
B. II. COSBY,
(Haccnor to C. Cown.)
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT INKIR TO OKANIt CBNTRAL HU-
TKU, A8HKVILI.B. N. C.
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MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
T If you hare any Nnac, Throat or Lungt
In application I will send a pamphlet T
dracrliitlvc of Asherlllc and also the In- T
T hallna- treat-neat rr with list of cjues- T
tlnas to he answered by the patient T
when ordering Home Treatment. This
treatment Is aa effective a. the ofBci
OPPICH NO. 28 PATTON AVBNUB,
t A.brvllle, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN. M. D.
KEYULL & WAGNEH,
aucceaaors to Kapp LichtrnherKer,
SUGAR AT REFINERI' PRICES.
CofFrea roasted oa thr premiers dally, and
round for eyery customer.
Full Line of Table Bupplle.
Prre drltyrry. A full Hne of Pevd. fuinlshrd
at wholesale petcra.
8 PATTON AW.ftVK.
Teer on No. a.
Of rourf thpri' V nioni.v in
Hntd'r'M ink, hut the man
who innkoH thfi moHt intolli-
Kont wm of It apt th'TnoHt
inonoy out of It. It tlfWH not
lay to ndviM'tino Homfthiiiit
you lmvmt't jrot.oronythinir
you rannttt ilo und do well.
The niiin who mlvprtiriw a
mud imiHt huvo a "irood"
frnud. and he who advertiwH
uirirainH in troodri muHt bo
prppnriKl to imtiHfy hit im
tcninr. WM, R. PEIIIIIM All,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aaharl N. C.
IMS. Man K
THE MODEL. . ;
CIGAR STORE AND KEWS STAND
Has tarsi ed a frae lot op
Wllb the latest stylus of handle .llrer
plated sad oaldlard. A)m larc sappty of
Of tbs LatMt sill Hi, 1
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
Iu ioo Feet of Central Paeuseniter Depots
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem first class hotel. Hot and cold water andfj bath, and toilets on eyery oor.
Rlevtrlc bells In eeery room. Open tire in office and crates in bed rooms. Office, dlnlna;
room, luncb counter, ciar and newsstand and bar and billiard room on ntyt door. Blec.
trie street cars pas. door every 3U minutes. Richmond and Danyille railroad eating bouse,
ilo minute, for meal..
RATES) ta.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HAIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. RRVAN and WAI.THH OKKKN, Clrrka.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INOIUDINO
Piniahed throuirhout In Antbiuc Oak
sawed link. Wall, draprd ith Uncruata -
Por further Informntion call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive..
$10Q REWARD I
Pnr anyone who will buy a pair of Graham Khoee and not t:et value received. Now at,
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
out above Farmer' Warehouse.
Chennmt atore onenrth. Hnnille nnthlnir
erervhoity KKtllT. Wr kicn h'memnle 8hne
m uric riaitl Hume mnii' Domestic. (loti.c -
Aabevillc 8hoc Co .Mioca.
Howard Hroffit and Milt. Holcombc nrc wllli
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - the -
The Stiinway Piano la atlll the reeoKnlied
araya aifcnt. The best music people in Ashcvl'lc buy It and tnke no other. It takes money
to bay It. I sell It very close, still eomr people cannot quite reach It. Por these I have tbs
A. B. Cbaae Piano, which is scknowledard and sold by Hteinway aa acst to hi.. The Bv-
erett Piano baa been In demand by other houses who wanted It for this territory, but C.
Palk keeps It 1 iRht here.
. . "
liy my prices may not Ret nen, out i mane
The PerrAnd At Vntey Organ will tie something new in the mnrket nt this place, whfft-i
Wllcos At White, Kimball ai Wnteiioo Oman,
terms, I wish It to be understood that when
wish to keep the Instrument, I do not retain
above rent. I hope the character established
when you have to drculc where to buy a IMano
Cheap Ratca to all Polutst.
a...' '.ROAD TICK KTS bnusht, sold and
exebana All transaction, guaranteed.
C. P. RAV.
Optxuiiu awanuanos Hot tlOdif
Hcainnlnc to-tiny the bfijfnKv 1m(nmti for.
merle cartlrd oa ly The Anlievltle Hirvct Rnl -way
C mnany will lie eimtinta-d hy tltf iin
oemlantd under the name of
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER CO.
win be (lad lo serve my M nds, and will
promise prompt attention to all orders en
trusted to me
OH re at Street Railway Company's office.
Telephone No. 1 0. . Respectfully,
. B. M JON HA, AHcnt.
eptrmlier 19, 1SU0.
sept ton I m
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
........... v " I
ROOMS. II PATTON AVE., (V. ft C. A ROOMS.) '
Open dally, saerpt anndays, from III a, m.
until I is nt., and a uatil To.
The terns of subaeription arc! One year
S-f : n ma.,, Sl SOi a am., t 1 1 fflo.. nncts.i
dmly 8 ets.
, Officers far InBo-Prrutdenii' Chdrlea W,
Woolaey Vlee-PreaWcnt, Thos A. Jones ; Use.
and Treaasrer, P, . Wataon I Lllirarlnn. Miss
B, J Hatch.
Citterns and visitors are cordially mvMed
to tnepect the cntalnene and Inacrlbe tl sir
names ae mraitwra . anSOlt
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
"I "M.O.C." Ouraa ... . . . . .
In 1 tat Day, arilhnal Pala.
f orm or
old by aranl.ja, liawaro af nt
POR tAt.M av
RATS0R A SatlTN, MNCVlLU, H 0,
BATH; ROOM FITTEO WITH WATER!) CLOSET.
p.irlnr and Reception Hall finished in Uaarter-.
' tit Pimt-eln Oonrln. and Intetirl to treat
of rverv kind. Homr-mnJe Jean Home
ii utU- IrilMnj. We warrant every pnir ot
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,!
People - of - AHlicvlIIe.
Htnndnrd of the World, and C. Polk la Hteia-
a nost oi menus,
are constantly demanded and sold on A'u'd
I sell on Installments, and purchasers do soli
all money paid, but return all amount paid
for 13 years In Ashcvill will have lu welsh
or other Instrument. Rc.pectfirfl.
r ai ir
-, 3S North Main fit
PATTTTOU W. I,
lias a. a aaaia ana 1
pesos etaaaaeu aa bsttsia.
W. L. DOUCLAG
Visa Calf and Lawad WuarprsMsT Strata.
.rllnre and waarnw ouaMUasof u4 abas
A iim.hi.wH VTall. A Sa, aaat iaa
3 BkSpS mm
m". ""j S b. ansn swppty yaa aaad
' ' ' PO aALBVT I
"' WBATBR' A r BTVBRa.1
MY KINGDOM FOR A KSmE-"
I'mIH' 1'iMll!?n r""1""!'. lo not rive lay
z " , " , ' m .i - '"lain reaaosianiw
L Z. ' - "1 . r. " money . ,rre
vt a house
.v.v-., wm m.ure tnee in a
insmanee company. I
IIhII'. fine house safes I
I will sell yoa on of
I ta keep tliy aUrar, Jew.
' ant to rent I win and
via, etc.. in, ii yan
- .. . -... vipiraw -inem loe yon.
Bu In see yos snrn I will wlv. otoeant aad
bala1 l"S"2.' ,0 "" b,,,,'"' r"t la say
UK It; K PHTISIB,
Pattoa Ave,, AaEsvtlw,
I A'l 11 1 " sT yiLSiT47 Ml W
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