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THE PA1L.V CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Ths Daily CiriiKx, licinocratlc, I publisher
every alternooo leseept Suoiluyl at the tol-
wins rate. .incur vmmn
SI i Month
THK DAII.V CITIZtiN
1. on Mle at the following place, in Ashevllle:
BATTBH V PAKK NBWB STAND.
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MODHUCIGAK 8TOKU, Patloo Ave.
J. CARSON'S NlfWa STOKH. Noltb Court
THURSDAY, OCTOUliK 0. 1HSH).
Micro virtue What Will II I
The )le will lie alow tii accept ns
sincere the news from Sail Luke tbitt the
Mormons have given up polyuumy an
part of their treed nml their practices
The must iletinitc sentence i)'the "uHicinl
circular" promulKntetl by President
Woodruff and adopted at a kciicniI
church conrereuce is:
"And I now pnhliclv declare that my
advice to the Lutter lav S.iiats is to re
frain from contractinj; iinv marriage for
bidden by the law ol the land."
George (J. Cannon in spcitkiiiK nt tin
conference said that the mop "was mi act
of God ; that President Woodruff hud lieen
given an executive session with the Al
mighty," with the result thut the "olfi
eial circular" was issued. President
Woodruff said "the decision was reached
only alter n long session of prayer. The
tiut had gone torth. however, and tin
will of God must lie olieyed."
And yet it is less than a week ago that
TliK Citukn's New York dispatches tolu
ol Mormon proselyting on ocean steam
ers and that their Mormon converts wen
reconciled to plural marriages and could
not be prevailed to give up the uewlv
embraced idea. Here, in North Carolina,
too, Mormon ciders are reported as lieiiu;
at work. A year's test will be none too
long to show whether the Mormons an
sincere in their present declaration.
Meantime, it will do no harm if we ac
cord to the Mormons a little justice. Salt
Lake has been called u "plague spot,''
and morally, to some extent, it was. Inn
to all outward seeming us the iravrllei
viewed it, the I 'in It ol the Mormons was
and is a bower of roses. The Mormons
lound a desert and have created a bloom
ing valley. People who worked on
through the years as thev worked could
not be wholly bad ; and it should lie rv
mcinlicrcd, too, that the great mass o:
their converts were foreigners and Irom
the most ignorant of the classes of Un
did world. Very few intelligent members
of society anywhere were ever missed lie
cause they had gone to join the Mor
mons. And now, conceding for the moment
that polygamy has gone forever from
('tab and the Tinted States, what ol
that Stern Virtue thut in some of our
largest cities frequently culled mass meet
ings to denounce the Mormons and all
their works? Will it go entirely out of
of commission, lacking business? Or
will that same far sighted morality at
last consent to see the mote in its own
eye und grapple the social evil nt home
with as great severity as it attacked the
euemv that shocked us nil so much in far
There is a wide difference liel ween lcing
good yourself and writing to your enemy
in Japan that realty he must mend his
morals or take the consequences,
The Republican Ticket.
The ticket our republican friend put
forth yesterdny is entirely harmless, we
believe, rather narrow and only part
wool. It should lie kept in Irosty nights
and not allowed out mornings till the
dew is risen. With these precautions ob
servedand we present them in a kindly
spirit the ticket may last till ulaiiit
There are some good names on this
list, hut as a whole it is hound to person
ily the republican putty the party ol
the force bill, the party of (Juny, the
party of great national extravagance,
the party ol million dollar icnsion bills,
of negro rule in the south, of everything
bad and low in politics and reckless in
government. No set of men in Buncombe
county can float even a smull section of
uch a party into office in this vicinity.
Hear Crawford To-Night,
I-'kom ull the accounts we get W. T.
Crawford should be well worth hearing
to-night. Mr. liwart will not be present;
being present is not Mr. Uwart's occupa
tion to any great extent these days; but
the man who hat made Mr. liwart tuke
on the general aspect of a hen that had
been tampering with a cyclone will be ou
hand and should have a rcul democratic
welcome. If he does not dress down the
republican party to the Queen' taste it
will be because he knows of a better way.
'Thrrr has been nothing more comical
for many a day than that letter of some
Philadelphia republicans to President
Harrison asking him not to allow Quay
to dispense patronage in Pennsylvania
any longer. They forget that it was
1 Quay who seated Harrison and that the
patronage is all Quay's. Harrison hain't
anything to withhold.
. Knoxvillh is full of old soldiers the
blue and the gray ; the streets resound to
martial strains; every ball haa Its
peaker; every knot of two or three its
atory teller; they are fighting the war
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 18W).
alt over again; old battle Hugs, bullet
rent and wind whipped, are being cried
over; its "trump, tramp, tramp, the
boys come marching," all over the city ;
and everybody is having a good time.
So far as we can discover the only dis
turbing element is some of the most atro
cious poetry mortal man ever conceived.
What's even worse, the Knoxville pniiers
are prolonging the agony by printing the
W'K I'KiNT to-dnv some suggestions by
an expert on the general improvement of
Aaheville's streets und sidewalks. The
points are not us pertinently made, prob
ably, as they would have Iwen had the
writer's acquaintance with the problems
here lieen more extended; but thev have
their vulue, are made in u friendly spirit,
und nregenerously given out of n wide
exiH'rieuce. As such they deserve close
The instructor in physical culture at
the Oswego state normal school has for
hidded the young womtn of that institu.
tion to weur the encircling garter. This
is sumptuary legislation of the worst
kind. New York Sun.
YKs;und what's going to become of
gnud old "Honiioit iui'mij '" i'
this sort ol thing spreads?
"Mr. Kwakt has dom- more lor the
people than any repretentntivc since the
war by placing" n tariff on mica."
Thus a sjienkcr at ti.e republican con
vention vesterday. Go the court house
to-night and ask W. T. Crawford to tell
how this great man liwart placid the
duty on mica.
Where the Sllnwlonarjr work Ik
I'roiit the Kpritigneld Kepuhliciiii.
I'liiloiilitedly the practice of Mlygmy
has lieen mode such .1 risky proceeding
by the thorough enforcement of the law
that it will be in time practically staniied
out, as it is now loi matly disavowed by
a "revelation." Hut the ignorance mid
siqierstition which give the hierarchy
their hold on the people, and the aliena
tion from the remainder til the country
lor which the hierarchy are resimnsililc.
on n not lie directly reached by law. The
missionary ami tne sciiooi teacner are
the effective means lor overlhi owing
ihesc evils. The work must he one ol
education anil civilization, as is tilt
work ol enlightenment always.
Hardens) or the Tariff.
I'roni the Kiilcl-h Chronicle
In almost every store in New York hills
are pinned to the goods stating that
owing to the McKinley bill the price ot
,-ooils has lieen raised. Yesterday Mr.
VY. II. Hughes, of Knlcigh, received a cir
cular from O. A. Gager ei Co., ol New
York, iniHirters ill china, staling thai
owing to tile increase in taut), the price
of their goods will lie increased. The
prices of nearly all goods are incnaseil
ny tiie nnioiini ol the tariff increase, anil
sometimes mure. And yet in the lace ol
Mich striking oliiect lessons there are
I k opto who make lie lit o' the burdens mi
Hiscd by the Unit.
The News) In Iturliam.
I'rotti the hurluiin i'.IoIh-,
(inventor hiwlv is tlmni: some tall work
lhi tall for the iioininittl, .it mt time. Put
hi i-hen-hi-il tlreioti of U month iiir which
was that he iniKlit capture the lirounn nl
Zei, Vioice la n tint lis i, aiiit-lwk-i! ntnekere'l
I'll- gtivernnr i-unN it :r t it-ti, a. unil Ihr win,,
A hiatlca through hia w tutkt-ra
I'l-om the It rtnyticl.l Kepulilieun.
Sevent ' -ain tlliiiiM, .,1 lc imina unil voter,
if Kunaita huve united in an ami prohiliiiinn
Irugur. unil arc ,1v.lsci-al tt vote lor the lt in-
H-rnti - nml n-aultintaalon ticket this lull
Moat of thetn are aaiil tu lie republicans, und
the movement ud.N a new- complication to
the Hliticnl outlook in Iheatute.
Kftcctor the McKlulev Hill.
from the Richmond lifauatch
A prominent merchant til thia eity hits
utitcttl liefore ua a cretilitr lett- r from n Xrw
York hours with w hich he lin drilling., an
nouncing an atlvaucc of ' at leant cr
cent.' tn all tmHrtcd Kootla. nml 10 er
cent, tin certain donteatic lines
"mm the New Vurk World.
A citixen who m-Kleeta to reitiater and vote
.ilHlleates hia rixht in the government. He
forfeits hia privilege of complnininii of hiut
tasrs. w aatetul or lnconitetent adtnin atra
tion, or nny other ftir-n of mlarnle. He ric
rrves to Ik ptundend and miau.ovcrncl.
THE I. A TliST XHWS
l-'KnM fliWTIl CAKOUXA.
North Carolina got ftom the I'ea-
iHidy fund in lhSU 'iHi $a'.t,71'0.
I'ree mail delivery service will Is?
established at lUirham mid Greensiioro.
The state agricultural department
has begun corresHinilcnce with n large
colony of Germiins in Kansas who will
come here as settlers.
The per cent of increase (tifty-srven)
in the population in Forsyth has lieen
over double what it has lieen in the other
twenty-one counties in the tame super
Arrangements have Iwen ierlected for
a complete display liy tlie l arnirrs nlli
mice at the state fair. It will lie in the
exposition building and for it tliere are
Mr. Kichnrd K. Gwyn, nl Klkin, has
sold bis plantation near that town lor
So.ihmi. Mr. I lines llickerson, who
owns a farm near lilkin that he valued
nt $H,0()(l before the railroad was built,
has refused JJo.ooil fur it and holds it
nt 4, 0IMI.
The first national bank ol Gnstonin
I. II. Craig, president, has bought the
liiink ouililiiiK lately tHt'tipictl liy I lie Mi ti
ler bank of Hickory. The price paid was
$1)050. 1 he purchasers ileclme as vet to
make any statement as to the use they
will make ol the property.
The state board of education ha re.
reived a proposition to sell the swamp
land In Hyde county Known as itytle
Park and containing almost hundred
thousand acres. The promsition to
purchase is made bv the Vt ilnungton im
urovemcnt company, which offers forty.
five cents per acre. The board will
probably accept the offer.
The Supreme court filed an opinion in
the ense ot Steve Jacobs, tne croutun in
dian who murdered Mrs, Kan in Robin'
son county, refusing hit motion to set
nside the opinion of that court as invalid
because at the time of its delivery he was
not in custody of the sheriff, having i
catied from tail. The governor the
upon named next Ssturdnv the day
4 Kady In aoulb Carolina) Writ)
M labor was shorter and less painful
than on two former occasions: pnysi
dans astonished: I thank von for "Mot It
er's friend." It is worth its weight in
nnic Draunciu kckuihiut i,uii,iniiij,
Atlanta, 0a., for particulars. By all
KIUHT TO SEVEN AGAIN.
KlKht Hepublleau Lies) In l.eaa
Than Two Incite.
From the New York 8un.
The congressional canipnignconimittcc
of the republican party has issued a pnm
phlet in a bright red, white and blue
cover, adorned with pictures of Lincoln
and Grnnt and bearing in conspicuous
tvue this alleged "Kepuhlican Kecortl
Made During Nine Months of Congress:"
"1. A federal election law.
"2. A protective tariff law.
"3. Silver restored.
"4. Obstruction knocked out.
"5. A ust pension law.
"U. Contract labor forbidden,
"7. Convict labor forbidden.
"8. An effective eight-hour law.
"0. The American hog vindicated.
"10. A uniform bankruptcy law.
"11. Two more new states.
"1'J Six new ships lor the niivv.
"13. Harbor fortifications.
"14. Supreme court relieved.
"15. shipping bills.
The Springfield Republican points out
with great lorce and truth, that this nl
liged record isn delilieratc and contempt
ible attempt to deceive voters.
The list printed ulmve is introduced
with the words: "These are among the
bills passed." The object is plainly to
mislead ill-informed citizens into the lie-
lief that this is a record ol actual legist
The attempt is impudent. In seven
cases out of the fifteen, the rcpiililienn
committee has laliclled as "laws" meas
ures which failed to become laws.
The federal elections bill is not u law.
No contract Inlmr bill liecnmc a law:
there was merely a slight modification of
the law passed liy the forty-ninin eon
uress The convict labor bill failed to lie
conic n law. 'I he eight hour bill tailed
In become a law. The bankruptcy bill
failed to liecomt n law. The bill lor the
relief of the supreme court tailed to lif
etime a law. The two shipping bills
!ai ed to liecome laws.
The item "obstruction knocked out"
relcrs merely to the generally tyrannical
anil arbitrary course of the majority in
the house, not to any legislative achieve
ment. The attempt to lorce a similar
policy uiHin the senate taileil at the last
sssion, and thcrelore the record might
with equal truth be made to read; "4,
liight lies in tititen lines make the pro
portion ol fraud and falsehood to truth
eight to seven the old republican ratio
I'ui.mcM. r 'ixriiKs.
The "w hile bosses." as the pale-faced
n publican patriots are affectionately
termed bv the colored voters, have re
turned Irom Washington ami nretiekling
the friends of John Tavlorwiththeassar
.tiice that he will lie collector. Young's
friends insist that Jim's "all right;" anil
so it goes. Hut there lire a good many
colored citizens who are satistied that no
one will be apHiinted until after the elec
tion, an. I that one of the ' white bosses"
w ill then capture the prize. Wilmington
Colonel Livingston, president of the
Georgia state alliance spoke at Kaleigh
t lis wee k. He devoted htmselt to it de
scription of the suli-'.reasury bill. He as
sert! ! thai he would vote for no man,
not even lusown lather, who did not sup
port that measure.
Martin county has nominated the same
in mocrntic ticket it had two years ago
with one exception, I lie ollice of coroner.
iTcnm of tnrlnr hnklnn powi1r. Il'uhfwt
if nil tn Irnvrninu ulrrniilh II. M. r.ovrrn-
mviit Kvirt. AtiKtl IT. 'Mi. lulyumlly
f vim rt- nnv hnilv intnitHnir forZrhOrrfn-
woimI, itr nr id) them to tnll nl 1 1 mult v ft
W hi t i No. N'-rth Mam irnl. wherr
ihr havr nt ocnci up h tirtt Ttxtv t'Hk (if
rnmiiv itrm-cnm unit v. nun try itwiu mi
)"nv to Nuit the rople.
TO THE LADIES.
Mm. M. I'. Hmlth, Intr of New Vnrk. h
rrnlrtl Ihr llnor over Mr. Uw'a store. t7
.titlt Mills strrct, wlirr. he will carry on
piKHri l.XSH ihkhm IKINH. rrn ani
IXlinrsntrfil. Ali nrtltle mtlllnrrv. I.Miur'
iiiMleruils uned to the tnont praetlesl silvnn
tnue. Hnl of Mil klmls mndc over.
W. H. A WILLIAMS,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. KsrIf and Vs'lrjr streets.
Shuck Msttms. funn Mm mnltrrss,
Sltoo. tunnies uek mnttrrM. i (Ml. Htrnw
ttinttress, itttn tnti, l 7A llslr msllremcs
mndr to ortlrr. rpholMtrrliiK neatly snd
auiisisntisiiy done at low prices.
Htmc rnpl? nil it with Th Hnn'ii nplnlon
don't : Iml etrrylKHly likra In m-i. hold of thr
Hiinni mrn nnti inimro inn mmr i-rfipi
m never dull and nevrr
Afrnld to It" mind
lkMirurnif. hnnw that for twrtltV frin
The Hun hn fouitltt tn tne ironi nne inr irm
lr tirtuHttlt-a. never waverlns; or wesk
tnlns In It. loysltv to the trsrlntrrrau of the
t.rtv It trrirri with frsrlrM intvlllffrnee snd
illnlntcrratrd vlKor. At limes opinion, hnvc
dinrrrd a. to the lKt means of accotnpll.h
Inu the common tiuruiiMi It Is not Tin
Han's fault If It has area further Into ths mill
itiuMmi hanrirefl and nlnetv Is the rear
that will probably determine the result of the
the fortunes ot tb. Iiemocrai y for thr ml of
1'rr.ltlrntlnl election ot imia, anil prrnap.
l tb. Iiemocrai J lor tne n
Victory In 1HH3 Is duty
the liealnnlna of 1 uo Is thr heal time to start
out In company with The Hun.
uaiiy, per niimin
tially, per year .,
Sjunday, per year
Ilallv and Suntluv. tier y.nr..
Iinlly and Hunday.per month
wwsty, on. year.,
Addrew THR NUM. Jtrw Vanrk.
mmin amtu nuutsttrimaH
I! lAlifES GOLDEN SPECint
ftmn berlTf n lnr(Te,iA,nrlnrtlclwf ffsri
iri t boat ih hnpwpMlirff. of pMwnl If Mnwirf
II w VMf Ul4?ir iwrniirai inn win vnwt
DMl and Mipwlr our, whether the pmani !
EH rAUA ttistwmtea ait quleily and with wch
certainty thai tba aallent ttnrterfosa o iaon
MAVaOR SMITH, Dranists,
Ashcellle. N. C,
aaSS datwl ssoa wsd M
Hhvo you Htvn tlml Kip
Shoo for $1.00.
A few niiitciK's h'ft, H.400
for 15 centH.
How Hint Divks (Joods i.H
Thoso Cliiltli'cii'K Muffs tin
Hlniikots, Comforts, Cnnni-
meres moving witli nipidity.
Cut prices m e telling.
IJ0STIC BH0S. & WUKillT.
W.A. Ill.Allt. J.V. ISltOWN.
No. i Fallon Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pul-
lic ii'enerally to call and ex
amine our well scli-cted stock
Wliich we are offering fit rock
liottoin prices. rndiTtaking
special feature. Calls al-
tentletl tlay or night.
Telep 1 1 one. d a y 7" . n i i'l i M '." .
HLATR & IHtOAVX.
The en Hre toe It ot
nchnltnR tine ItriHK-hm. Huttoim und Itraii
Kt-tinntless of cost, ns we Intend In the future
tn keep nnthlSK hut Rolld Otild sn.l
Kterlinit Silver (ewelrr.
ARTHUR H, FIELD,
I FiniNIi IFWFI FR.
Mouth Main Ht. Aahevillo,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A sent for Reern. Creek Woolen Mills,
North Main Ashevllhi, N. C
, l.llMl v
The World Fnmous, uncqnnletl, nneserlled,
durable and lieantiful
Arc miimtnrndcd by ths beat artists. Come
and einmine our Roods before buying else
where nl No, a I'atton avcuue. Tuning
and repairing a specialty.
0. M. WILLIAMS ft CO.
Muhurlmn realflenc. one mire from city on
Mrrrlnton nvetiue roail. hantlMomcIv anil
complrUly furnlahetl unil equipped; rxiiuUtte
Viewt ciirnMve Krounua; iwo irrsn jrnw
coivrt: Af Inter uarilen : hor-ea ami vehicle
flenlred. 1'onacimlon jflven lt of Nnvemlrcr,
Owner occupyinc In aumnifr only would
make perniNneat arraiiKcmtnt with party
uemnnu m winter rcsiuenc. Anurrm
aepliiil 1 m F. U. LtC K UUX B8al.
He sure find wait for our
announcement in To-Mor-row's
WKAVKIl & MY Kits.
li. H. HKITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
AUn liruriiiiK of llll kinds done. All order
proinptly filled mid work Runrnntccd. Can
lie found at .11 times nt t'.rnlium's Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
;t-ncra1 1 IiiHurmic-c 1 AKcnt
Ktnr No. 2 South Mnln street.
Ashevllle, N. C
ntt.t ill v
Kntclixh nut! French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad ATenuc
MRS. BURGWYN HAUL AND. - PRINCIPAL
1 For mnny yemn AwiHiate Principal of Mt
Vv'rnon limtitutc, Hnltimore.)
Mtintttl hr n corp f cttmrntrnt teacher
II. H. COSBY,
(SuctTitunr to C. Cownn.l
1 I'ATTON AVIiNl'K,
SUNT IMHIK TII ft'ANIl t'HNTRAI. Ilt
TI'.L. ASllliVll.l.H. N. C.
r t f
If you have a-iy Nose, Throat or l.unu '
(in niiHentlon I will send a ium,hkt '
descriptive of Ashevllle anil also the lr
hnllnu ireut'i cut rve with list ol ittes-
lions to lie answtrcd by the patient
when ordering Home Treatment. This
trrntmcnt Is as effective as the office 1
OI'PICK Nil. M I'ATTON A VBNITIt, 1
Aahevllle, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
REYELL & WAGNE",
ttuccfamtra to Kopp ft l.lchtcnlterKcr,
SUdAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffee rousted on th iiremle tlitily, and
ground for every customer
Full Line ol' Tabic Huppllca.
I'ree drllverv. A full line of Feed, fuinlnhrd
nt wholesale prti-es.
a8 PATTON AVKNl K.
Telep one No. (10.
Of eoui'NA tlior''n moiM'.v i"
pt'intcr'H ink, but tlm ninn
wlio innki'H tlio mont intflli-
tfi'iit nm of it ptH thft moHt
inonoy out of it. Itflopw not
pn.y to ndvi'i'tiHO . Hometliinp;
you ha von t ffot.oranyt.iilnu'
you cannot uo and do well.
The man wlio advcrtiHoa a
fraud nuiHt hnvp a "Kod"
fraud, and ho. who ndvcrtiwH
harfJcuinM in goods munt ho
prcpnml to natinfy liin cuh
tomci'8. WH.R. PEIIIIIMAH,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aabcrlllc, N. C.
P, O. Boa P.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a line lot of
mmr irivsi ar A vi;u
,7 Abnmu sva.- Mery
With ths latast styles of bandies silver
plated and naldlstd. Also alarg supply of
Oftbs Latrt Mlttossk
V not ntniit'n al'l'lilll
A I II 1 1 1 I II II 1 1 II - III 1 I l,'l 4.
I MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Itepot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
a mrtitrn flr.t elnss hotel
I'lccirir lieiiu in every mom. llin-n
n. i...pi, ...iiiiIit. Huor nnu news.
trie Ktrcel curs pnn uwr
W minute, for nieais.
RATKS, Sl.00 FKIC IIA.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop.
RKVAN and WAI.TKR BBKEN, ClerteB.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, IN2LU0IN0 RUTH; ROOM FITTED WITH WATEH CLOSET.
Flnishe.1 tliroaghoiit in nliuc Oak. I'
Unwed 'ink. WnlU ilrmieil willi l.lni rtistu -
l-r further itiform.ition cull on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeflerson Drive.
$100 REWARD I
For anyone who wil1 liny a pnlr of I'.rithnin Shoe, and nut Bet value reeeivtil. Now at
ji NOHTIX MAIN STREET
lut above lllrmcm, Wnrrhoatic.
ASIIEYII.LK DRY GOODS C03IPANY.
ChcniKst store onenrtli lliintlle i.otliitiK "t I'irs' -eln Joods. and Intend to treat
ever IimiIv Klt'.IIT. We lo-ci. h i-e-nin.H- Shoes ..f rverv kind. llomt-iiiiiOe Jeaos I mnt.
tunic PInVu II..111C itm.li-t,iiiielK-. Iioii e n mle linlllns. We wnrrai.l every pslr o
Aihevllle rlhoe Co.'. : lows.
Awheville Dry Goods Co.,
1. ti. H'WHt.L Manneer.
Ilownrtl I'rotlit unil Mill. Iloleomlie nn ith -i.
n S TtlTITflsT w. f nnaalaa
vAUIltlil warrnateri. an4 every aair
ns his uame and price .liintnrd an bolloui.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OENTLKMKN.
Flas Calf aa Laoed Wal.rara.f llrata.
Tb. .leellenca snd wearlnt qusllllmof Uihi Mi-ia
Sannol b. oetle .hown lli.ntiT tlie.trtins aatkma
ni.nu ol lu tbouuuid. of coaiUut wiwrers.
tfK-OO flssalna lland-ww.d, an elnranl Mid
at vllali rtrra Shin wltlutl etimntenil. lUclf.
a m mm il..j j ,.,. . H n-1 i
luiroualM fur Mvi. au'd duraiiintr.
3,m stl'Yt.pyirfVrteti """ "
to JO Polleemaa's Maoi, IsainMlslI sdaplaa
w pie rsllnwl mtn, Innncns uui.
All mad. la ConnjM, BuitJa snd Uos.
$3 & $2 SHOES iVftSs,
bt toara moat rKvonhlr rmlTtxl alnr lntmdaoHl
"Jnid'lif tSSSpSSi1 W"lrtur
aii jtiur itPBirir, aind ir nm osnnnf apply too oq
w. 1m uuuuaaas siracaiaa, giaaa,
PtlK SALU BV
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In Anliev llc Mold, t'oiitrndv, fin not lvr Ihv
klnuilotn. I will iH'll tlit't n ltt tit a rrnamiuhlt
prlif. I v lll rnd thrtttiumv t" r Mt n hum
thrrrnn, will inn tire the In a (Irat clan tire
hiRiitnticc cttmpiitiy. 1 will wil yi-u on' of
tin. cic. In. II yu wnnt to rrnt I will Ami
ifnirt nnr ihmiiu nif to keep tiiy nnver. jrw
m .. kmmI tvnani. If yu wnnt your rrin
illrfli-il 1 tvlll i..llr tltm ff.r vou. I Will
oik- tonrc you oin I will flvf prompt and
nrnrat attention to all tmnlnri put in my
Krat liatr Agrm,
UN Ha U on Avt,. Avhrvlllr.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, .scepi Monday., from in a. m.
until 1p m, and S until 7 n
Ths terms of suhMrlption arst tine year
at a mm,, tl.noi a mo.., 1 ; t mo,, nnets.i
dnllv W ets.
. Ofsora for laiio President, Charles W.
Woolseyi Vle-Presldrnt, Thos. A, Joncsi Hee.
and Trsasurer, II, a. Watson ) Mlirarlan, Ml
B. j. listen,
Cltlsrna and visitors an rordtaltv htvltnl
to inspect the catalogue nnd Inscribe theia
names as memners aasoit"
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
s4J .'JI.O.C'." Cures
In Itoailava. aillhnnt Pain.
Prevents Htrlrtur. Coitinlns no
nttrld or poisonous snlistanent, snd
is guaranteed slisoluiHy linrtnli'is,
Is preseirllivil ty phr.leliin. snd
reootnondMl hv drnirif l.ta. Prlpa all.
inldbjrdnigglats, llewnra of SntM
-OH aALB BY
RATSOR WITH, ASHEVILLI, N. 0.
water nml liath. and I toilets ion every llnor.
nitice ano niaw. in u wiT
Ullil lllir iinn lilllllira room ;;n in., "v;",-v";"
Kichmond ana uanviu. raru
trlor nn.l Keeeption Hull llnlshed In Uunrur-
NKVKK HIMHII of E-ORK
! IN ASIsP.VILLK.
I Y S TKR8
! AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES t
KTANIIAKUi R(1CT. VHH 0T.
t'xerllent (or Mewing, ete.
M'J.Hfrt 11 CTH. rKKfJT.
Vert Fine for 8rwinu, Prying, ete.
Sold rriitn l,ne to house through enthv
eity Shipments received dally Miwk si.
(irilcmlcf at No. 7 Icffcrson Drive, or sent
tlirmiuh the mail will oe d llv red promptly
to nnv pari 1.1 the eity. Aadivs. ordrs by
mnill.i n. M. MII.I.KH.
oel4 til III Uos 7. tllT.
" - .
Hi cap Rates) to all loluta.
R...'.KI)Ai TICKBTS bought, sold and
exehanH All trun.aetlonB gtiarsnteeil.
C. F. UAV,
tlp ioflltc awannanoa Hot ttOdtf
TSa ffelW sTi
11 9 st si A.
i H'lrf'-nlne to day the onggage baalnea. for-
merly nrrted on hy The Ashevllle Bteeet Knlu
' any Company w III be e ntlnaed by the un
, , , .
dcntluncd under the nam- of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO.
' I ' to rrrt my M- ml, and will
pritiiMw firtwupi itcnittm w mi nrnvni rn
i )'!'. nt Street Railway Company's offlc.
i Telrphone No. 10. Kesiieetiully,
II. M JONIM, AHent.
Kept mlK-r ID. inuo. V
ittrnillrl 1 roon boM. drUKhlAitlv lo
i cutetl. In good iiclgni.orniMHj. mar Mrcrt
( clir nnt( commaodlng fine vicwi, flttrtl'ait
with itcnm heatrr, arwrr connrvllom and
f M. m i.. .imm.u .
ented wr aad water, rooms Apply to
V, A. FARINHOLT,
KOOK Nil. II McLOtlll rll'II.IIINO, Or, l,
u. Bos nns
A G00O fiRASS AND STOCK FARM,
0 miles from Ashevllle Court lloust.
S Acres of Lund, '
Uood Mew 9-Rooru Honse.
' ' ' i . u .
ALL MOHBRN IMPROVKKIttNTS.
I'n.tutM land enough for eight ir tea tows)
, . Iialanee In meadow
J. A. MURDOCH.
BMMA, N. C,
sept tt diss
hrr-rTpiggau ire iai ';wa
,11 Sill' m.