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FRIDAY. OCTOIIIiR 10, 181I0.
KiiKland mid Liberty.
Two very sincere ncntlcmcu walking
on one )l the main street last evvninp.
were afjntrd that they were fallen on evil
times. They had Ix-en talking politics
ami one said : "Really, 1 think we have
less freedom in the I'liiled States to-da
than they have in liiuiland."
What will haien if the repnliliean
party continues on the force bill line ut
it has attempted to la-Kin no man ean
aeeurately say. lint, the future aide, il
seems to us that the cxcrietice ol om
friends in KiiiJiiikI must have Urn eon
siderablv limited. The uper classes o
Kiicjuml do iudeed enjoy, within certaji
lines, so loiui fixed and so well under
stood that it is second nature not to
think of overstepping them, a liinh de
gree of personal liU-rty. Moreover, thev
are proliubly (packer to reent encroach
ments on their individual riulits than an
Americans under, as nearly as mssililt-,
like conditions. Midland has, too, hei
parliament with its ipiick response to
nuy chatiKe in sentiment on u i veil Kreat
(Ueslion; we niiht well imitate them
out these and a k-w other exceptions
aside, and coming down to the decree ot
lilierty enjoyed liy the ureal inassof com
mon H'ople of Diihinil, always the most
nunieriiiis ill uuy coiiutiT, and what do
we see ?
In the first place, the press of llnulaud
cannot, iliircs not, defend what should Ik
the rights ofits Hiiple to thesanieexleiit
that those same rights are defended on
this side liy the American press. It is
almost incredible, but it is probably with
in the recollection of some of our readers,
that the Luuduii Times ill utlcuiptiuu to
ierfurin its plain duty was mulcted it.
heavy damages towards $50,0110 if out
memory serves us eornelly lor liliclliiu.
a swindler who was admitted tolieguilty
of all that the Times charged. Hut it was
held to lie u ease of "the greater the truth
the greater the liliel" and the Times had
to sull'er. i Somewhere uboul the Times
liuililin,; there is lo-day u tablet commem
orating the fact that'll fund was raised
to indemnify the paier lor its loss a fund
it promptly turned over to n deserving
charity.) One has only to scan any ling
lish pacr to i.ote the entire absence ol
liny thing like a steady, close sympathy
with, or even reference to, the common
people and its entire absorption in Un
live anil doings ol the wealthier ortitled
In Knglnnd it is far more the case than
here that the U-nelils of the law are only
lor the rich. The cold-blooded way, the
hrutiil way, with which what should la
the rights of the lower classes are ignored
by the bench when those rights coullicl
with the whims of the wealthy is appall
ing. We have heard it deserilicd l)T nn
American of several years residence in
London as maddening.
There is little or no conception here nl
the amount ol liriU-rv among liuglish
officials. In this too the poor man, liciug
without money that hr can devote to
that purpose, is left in the lurch.
The exposures by one or two London
editors of the extent id' the cultivation ol
the lowest and liaset of nil crimes by the
idle and titled rich of that city and tlx
fact tht the latter were never punished
for their infamy lurthcr illustrntratesoin
position. It is also worthy of note that
one of the editors, Mr. Stead, was im
prisoned and alterwnrds dismissed from
Knglnnd is n good country for the
poor man to get out of; Americn a good
country for the poor man to get into.
London is sttprxiscd to represent the
highest ty of cultivation reached by
any city; its police force, then, should be
the "finest." Hut it finds itself unable to
cope with even one man "Juck the Kip
per." JIc sends out word thnt lie is
kbout to kill somebody and the police
stand around so thickly in the ipwiricr
where he is cxieetcd thnt they nlinost
touch each other. Naturally the mur
derer dots not apear at the appointed
pluce anu hour to do hit horrid work;
he will postpone it till the police arc lit
erally off their tfunrd, anil then the whole
world will be shocked by another one of
those myatenouscrimcs. If London can
not with ber home talent throttle this
villain the should cull on the world to
help her,. The breed should not be al
lowed to perpetuate itself or encourage
others by its example.
. It would have made H. 0, Ewnrt
shudder to see the immense crowd that
' tnrned out to bear Mr. Crawford Inst
. Ma. Ewart finds it impossible to 611
'. the Midi river appointment, at be is com
pelled to attend to some business matters
before going west, where be will be till I
the close of the campaign. Henderson
When Mr. Ewart was in Ashcvillc be -
fore the joint debate began he was asked
where he was going. He answered: "I
um going to try to find Mr. Crawford, if
he is to be found; I'm on his trail." Hut
how soon Mr. Kwart found that Mr,
Crnwford was not the man he was look
ing for. Business matters? Rats
Ik tub McKiulcv tariff bill should
prove to lie nou-opcrative as a Hunts-
ville. Ala., dispatch to Tin; Uiizi;n vcs-
terdav intimated might be the ease, we
are going to seethe wildest lot of republi
cans that any event since the possible
seating of Tilden has brought together.
It SHEMS incredible that men who knew
the reputation of the outlaw Rube Har
rows as his late captors did should have
allowed him to carry, unexamined, a
satchel large enough to hold a rcvolvet.
Hut they did and paid dearly for I lie il
If a railway commission would pie-
vent such an annoying delay as kept Mr.
Crawford from reaching here last even
ing let's have four or five ol 'em right
Hi:sini:s the fact that the Japanese, u-
nigo, is a murderer there w ill Ik an ad. led
eomH'nsi!tioil in his death by electricity
in the fact that, .in all probability? hit
name will die with him.
IT HKAMN IM.t .MlllR.
Vlie Mouth HelpH lo l'n tor worth.
arm .cllNloiit-r. l.ritiil imU
"The annual report ot Cueeu I!. Kautn.
commissioner of j K-nsi his, lor tin fiscal
year ended J nue ;t last and includinu tin
lirstipiarter of the current fiscal year ol
lite oK-ratioi s ol this bureau, was sub
mit ted to the secretary ol the interior to
day. Itshowsthat at ilie end ot the tisen'
year there were till, .TIT original cla:in
allowed during the year, liciug ll.Tt'i
more than were allnunl in lv. fin
amount of the first payment of ili'M
claims augrci: aling S;i'J T M 1 . N-ui,
SI 1. 1 Kilt. Ul- more tiiau niiiu j . i i.u
tiscnl year. The average ain.u.il alue ,
,'uh K-nsion at the cl"sc ! iiie iv.ii
The above is ir-uu ycsteid.iv's pu-s re
;iort unbiased an. I imaoi nici. Ami
.vh.-it does il mean It iik.ui tl.-.'i am!
aluuder anil is-ri.irv and 'nunr. It
means that the cop!c a-c Uuu iaMd I
pay lor shamcliss and barit.i.-d lob
K-ries ribbiei ics that are reco.un.-il m
the (loiuiuanl pariy. ami rojoi : u per
milled and a-rK-lt aul (oexteiiiMli. ot
;:cial file ol corrupt and tiaevtng lascals
Will Mol l"lav tin- Itiiliher,
l-'rutn the Vilitinn;.in Star
TlH south lo t.c,'.,ttuil - a ii it III itml i, n, I
ttiK si-'-ti'in, ami -ur,l n-li l.i.i.uiv.m tiuu.
Ill- UIVJItl't til. I' III. II tilt lHU .'.(!!. II III till-
Minn r. nut lu-i.us n.il Nnt i. Iiieniri
nor t-i n tnaai !, . n. : '. riluoe. .lh. t
im- i-alk-il a uitn'tii i.irtil. u In r own
:-iipU-nilU upon lilt- -'iili' ..) ult r ; .
Sne UiKMn't t .i-i t In Ituii I up lit r no al na
iirieil llliluttl le liv III r. It- II a c'I'itli 1'
vall. over wliull lur man it.,- tiaul -r.i inl-
iwll hut- In Ik in. Intnl.
I'oor Kiviiril lir hii Jlutli Work
nun tile I'tirli.-on CI.iIk-.
A ymr's siti m-npii. n an.l n liu ii- pur-
(riilt ul Hit- itlili.r will In- :iviit m mil tii.-in
vvlm will iltvi-it ..ve s iim'.Ii- tti.l viniili. as
ins Ity t tit- l.ili- l-iii-'-i tire -It--nlii iimliu
nrth Ciirntm ilus iiin r lot u iirnloticol
tsiott. All tlt-tl i re.ta.v In he ilir e ts ti o
i-tril Viittet, tin.l llt.it eotilu In- ilmle w aliin it
TheWilki-sctaiiity tlemoerais have nom
inated C. C. Wiight for lite legislature.
The convention was a surprisingly large
one and very ciilhiisiasiic and harmo
The democrats arc making ittti-aiN
UHn the republicans in sou- ol the tat
ter's strongholds. A siviul .n I he
leniiH-ralic ticket iiomiu.iu-il in Wilkes
county headed by an alliance diiiioer.il
for the house, will in all probability
sweep the field, through lor in.-my yeais
the republicans have car'ied that eoiiul v.
All the news lo-.l.iv isclieuuig lor tin
Secretary Iteddiiiglielil, of I he r'aruters'
illianee, sends to each congti -s-imial
nominee what is kuovvu as a ilemana
card. I In this me set tiirth t he ilon.ui-:-
if the alliance and the itoriuii-e isa-UJ
to sign the card an-l relinil ii.tlins-n -.v-
ing tliat he C'lii-idcis the iImii.ii d- i . i 1
mil proiM-r. Mr. Iteiblingiield lohl a K i
Icigh correspouilent tlt.it he li.til mited
Irom . I. Crawlord, the ill nn.,i iiu
iinminee in the ninth dis'rtct, tin di m.tinl
card pniHrly niul promptly signnl. II.
tlso rectiveil t'llicial uiloi illation in;. I
li art, the repnliliean nominee, pom in
ly rcluc to sign the card. Mils, ol
course, puts Cm wlord lo t ie tr -in i li
tin-aMl.inec. which l-.vvarl was I r a turn
trying lo work m his ow n advantage.
77.S' .l;'.t.V.N ( .s.V.N.v
jrli is said that n $o,imi cigar lac
tory is lo la- started at Raleigh al on, ,
InyThr Homier Iniprovciucul ainl
Maniifaeliiriug company, with a c. pii.il
il J. Il 1,(101 1 lias Ikiii orgauied ul l lor
rjy'Aiiothi-r company for I he itpl lidd
ing of Wiusloii-Saleui has liren iiri.'-iii-
ir.nl. His lo Ik- known as the I win
City Investment I'oiupanv with a paid
up capital of jtj.i nun ami tin pnvilegr ot
increasing il to J.'oii, noil. James l o ay
toy Raleigh is a live town. Tin- State
Chronicle says there is not a single inaii
ufacturing or imlusliial enti i pi -si- there
Hint can kirp fully up with the ordeis re
ceived. In fuel three ot die largest itulus-
trial coiiecrns have la-en coiuallid to
turn down orders.
WTThc Charlotte Chronicle leaiiisthal
a cannery and barrel factory will es
tablished at once in 'outlier's block, on
College, A numlter of gintleinen from
Augusta, (a,, nre lit tne head ot the en
ternrise. The Cliiitlotlc Oil and I'eriil-
irrr company has also established a bar
MTThe most itiiTcssfti! private sale of
real estate ever known to have taken
place in North Carolina, ami probably
in the south, took place nt Winston
Wednesday when the Went laid Hotel
and Land company offered its lott on
the market. Before the books were
closed over 600 applicntions for lots
were filed and privo't sales aggregated
nearly $150,000. All the lots wer- dis
posed of except nboul sixty which were
reserved to build a hotel on. Over -'0.-
000 worth of proerty changed hands in
the centre of the city, within twenty-five
minutes. The Twin City Investment
compnny . wnt organised with a cash
capital of 1 20,000. ( lifers to take 100
hares were turned down immediately.
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER
777; TM.ISMAXIC ItliAR FOOT.
1 U afford TllR CiraiiN pleasure to no
knowledge the receipt of nhcarpaw from
j an esteemed trieud living in the wilds of
Yancey county. He says he caught bruin
by trapping on Devil's creek between the
I. imt cove and No llusiiicss. He savs
also that he has tried the rnbbii's foot
and goose bone, hut frir good luck and
plenty ol it give him the bear's foot. He
keeps one under the sill of his front -gate
one oves his lot gate and he curries one
in Ins pocket.
I'm a long time this esteemed friend
was without a liear's fool, tin his wnv
back from a visit to his brother-in-law's
a bright youth, in another state, he lost
his bear's loot. He had gone to sle-.-p on
the cars and when he awoke and found
his bear's foul gone dark forebodings
xci.cil his mind, (hi examination lie (lis-
covered that he had la-en rohla-d not onlv
ol his bear toot, but also of a half cake of
store tobacco, two gallows buckles and
a line tooth-comb; also his pocketbook
which had in it $1.50 in bard money and
two silver (itiarteis.
tin the hec Is of the loss of the bear's
litol Ids wile lost all her goslings Did
Aunt lemima Truelnvc could not set the
lye in the pot, neither in the light nor
l IK- dark ol the moon, neither by night
nor daylight. The hides in the trough
would not ion when he had no bear's loot
and his children had to go barefoot. Old
III in took the hnllow-horn mid died out
liy the shuck Hii, bill he knows it was
not the shucks that killed Her, lor then
had not la-en a shuck nor u nubbin in the
in n for three weeks.
Hut alter he got another bear's foot
i vervlliincr was smililn' and lovelv. The
d'lgs had killed six 'possums ami ft wild
eat, two minks anil a weasel. I he clul
-I in were running about the yard laugh
tug and prattling; the hens about the
i.iiii yard clucking and cacking: the
i luc k- niul geese in lite branch bobbing
t'len heads and ipiackhug; ami old Aunt
. iiiiina with her pia- in her mouth pull-
in.', -mil tattling.
Will I Ml: e 1 1 can only congratu
late r s ji n-nil tor having a la-ar slool and
such jrood fortune. Mav his shadow-
in vi-r vow less; nor llirds of ilka, tea
her grow t wer. fill! I'mFix places
as bear's paw in its sanctum and hoja-s
mat prosperity may also follow It.
; . i n:sr s
I K'i.M Xiihril CAKOUXA.
The 1-iUst issue of t he I'ntviislioro I'a.
not Hint rcaclicil I III-: C nii-N was
- . 1;. .1 in oil. ik i liaps (nun the Phoenix
I li.ulotte has 11. ,"."." population, in-r.-.i-t
in icu years 4.4('il. llrecnsboro,
:t..;ti. increase I .LTJ ; Isahshtirv, -Ivl-Wt,
.re ie I.Tlit; Winston, 7.UNS, increase
key. Saul tones has concluded Ids
.reelings al Wilmington. A large iium
i r, ligines not given, were converted.
I r. Jones was given S.'.uml for his la
-Al I ilcih there i considerable ex-
. i;eiin ui over tin disapa-arance ot thc
a ot kcv. In . Curler, from Wake !Vr
' e--li.e. Il isteaied thai the young
an ii s c-itiiinillcil suicide.
A T ivlorsville dispatch to the Slale
rino-iicli savs that Satuiilav night
ili-.ul 1" o'clock, as Hob 1-lliotl and
,-iin-j Wairen. a son of Ira Warren,
i -ih ol liedcll county, were on their wnv
lome t!iev got itilo it fuss and Kill-
l 1 cut l lie artery in Wurren's leu. from
ivliieh W ai nil tiiid in u lew minutes.
I :il ii il t made liiseseiia'
file ua-teliaiils, Itoih wholesale and rv-
i nl. say thev never have known trade
i U- so good at this season of the year
it a dm ing tile Sam bines meetings.
i nie ol our holcsale mem-hnnls says the
.-'ass ol jaople who came from the into
i-.rlo aticnd the meetings was much
Ii-tier ill. in he ever saw l ire on an ex
cursion. Wilmington Messenger.
The Wake county eoinmissioneis,
wlii have a lease of tin- Camp Kticll
pn h rty, which lias for some years lax-n
ue. by'tlu ncgr ns lor tin ir slate fair,
li.ne a-, reed to let il l.-e ustd for thai pur
i OM- i.i- year, and so the lair of the
" a:h Carolina Industrial Assin'iationV
will Ik- held there. The mgria-s intend
in I year to liny grounds in the suburbs
-a R di "gh and will pi nimbly ask the
t. Me lor some aid,
iiouutl lo Ki'('i I'm I'nnr.
I'ri.tii lln- Ni v s nnl I liis, rv,r
Tin- ntitii puts miiri' ihnn sto ihmi.immi a
vinr triliitte to tin filtral -liKrni all over
tin- n -rlti nii'l tlwo k ca us ltttHiverishril.
ritm ol Inrmr Imhtnit Mi tlrr. I1IiHihI
I d'l im Ii ii vi tilrnr "tn-nnih 1'. ft. mrrti
'.in :rhirt, AiiumM 17, Ihhu. (ulvUIMlly
It ymi nit IhhIv lnitlrlnpt fnrZrlrtrrrn-
mm. (iltitm tlli'Mt In Villi tit KillPli V Al
i lii .t Ni, j'A N'Ttti Mntn ntrtvt. whirr
hr Inivi nt irtu l up n Itrl nilr ttivk nff
I ftnil'y (tnnvrdi Ciumr,v I'ruiluvc Hi
tr)iv in ntll the tciilr.
W. II. A. WII.KIAMH,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cur. Iin1v nml Vii Icy itrrvir.
rtlnit k Mnt inn. $'J 50 Minn mMtrr,
$r on Hiiiilr ui-k iMiittr., J oil, rtirntv
nidi ir k, vntt-n top, 91 71 llnlr mntt rr4 n
tnntlf to onlt-r. rphoUtrtinK nctitly nntl
u''iniiilnllv dune nt low tirtrcii.
'l-t,-,.h,M M4 net? illtn
llicup Kate to all Polntii.
h...t,KiiAt TICKKTB bmight, mM and
mdinn All lrnnnnctlon mtnrantrvd.
C. F. RAY,
tlpprmltf HwnnnnnoA tint HOrltf
tlrslnnlna I o.it sr the hamtsir' hualness mr
merly rarrlfd on hjr Thi Aalttvlll Hlrret Rati
way Ciimpsnjr will bt conllnord by tbt un
ilentlanrd under tht nam of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO,
I wilt tat irUd to sent my frirnds, and will
prrintlM prompt attention to. all nrdtri en
trusted to m
ODlrt at Htrset Rsllway Company's offle.
Tettphont No. IS. Neaprctfully,
B. M.JON HO, A.rnt.
IWptrmbtr 19, lavo.
! 1 i
Shoo for lfl.(M).
A few inn lehi's It'll,
for 15 cents.
How Hint DifSH (iootls is
Those Cliililivn's Muffs hi
Hhuikets, Comforts, (!nssi-
nieres luoviiifr with nipidity.
Cut prices tire telling.
bostic nuos. & wmciiiT.
V. A. Hi.Aiu.
.1. V. ISuowx.
No. ,t Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We nre now rendy, nntl in
vite our friends mid t he puh-
lie jreiieraill.V to cull lllnl VX
iiniiiie our well selectiM stock
Which we nre offering nt rock
I nit t oni prices, i ntlertnkiu
speciiil fen t lire. Culls nt-
tended day or niht.
Telephone, dny 7", nijrlit '").
The I'titlrc Ktni'k ol
IncluillttK tint MnMihr, ftuttitnn tinil tlraco
KckhmIIc" of cft, a vr Inu-nd In thr luturr
in keep nothtm- hut Hlld (.old ait'l
fttrrlmir Hllvrr Icwrlry.
ARTHUR M, FIELD,
i FiniNp. ipwfi fp
bknWHiU 1.11 i.ktatM
Houtli Main Ht. AnlicvUle,
Thr A orlil Fmiimmki, iinritinlril, um-xcrllrd,
duraldc nml tK'nulilul
iiSTKY Ollf; AN
Are iWiimilicndcd liy the Iwnl artists. Cume
anil cxiuninc nur woods tH-fftrv huyiltg else-
Klwri' at No. 37 1'attun avinuc. Tunina
and rriinirina a si-iiiity.
0. M. WILLIAMS Ik CO.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aiirnt lur Nrcms Cm-k Wona-n Mills.
North Main Ashcvillc, N. 0.
TO THE LADIES.
Mini. M. f. Hmllh. lair of New York, has
rrntt'd tlic fttiiir over Mr. Law's store, n7
Moulh Main stmt, whers she will carry nn
I'lHHI CI.AHH IlKlisnMAKINU. Her frit lit
Kiniriiiiliiil. Also rtl.llc millinery, l.adlea'
niaterlnlit uvea to tne most iirai-iii-j auvun
taae. Iluu ul all kinds made over.
IIiiv .vou ween
lit sure niul wmt tor our
unnounceiiient in Tn-Mor-
WBAVKIt & MYERS.
K. H. BKITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER,
A l o uratMnff of nil klntlt dime. All ordcru
lriiiitly ft I ltd iiml work KuarBntet-il. Cun
Ik tunnil al ull tirncn at GruhHin'a Cotton
II ii tM fi.lt !
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
iaciivral i Insurance i Agent.
Kutr Nn. till Smith Main street.
Ashcvillc, N. C
i:iiKllHb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4-u I'rench Uroad Avcouc.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i For many years Associate Principal of Ml
Vernon Inslitute, Baltimore.)
Assttitrd by a corps ! comK-ntcfit tencher
U. If. COSUY.
(SucctuNor to C. Cnwnn.l
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NHXT IHIIIR TO IflANU CKNTRAI. 11(1.
TCI.. ASH I'M 1.1. H. N. C.
t MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
T If, vou hnvc any None, Throat or I.unp
j On niiilh'iitioii I will urnd ft pamphlet
' dincritttlvc of AHhcvltle and alno the In-
jf lmtin trtnt t t-nt nx with lint ol quel
t tlnnH to he,aniwrrcd by the patient
T when ordering Hume Trent men t. Thin
T trcntnicnt U at effective at the offlcr
J OI'KICIJ NO. 23 I'ATTON AVENt'B,
4j Anhrvllle, N. C.
t T. J. HARGAN, M. D. f
rtiavessura lo Kopp.k l.lchtcnlMrKer,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffin roiis,,-d on lh pn-mi.es daily, and
Itround for every customer
Full Line ol' Table Supplies.
I'nc delivery. A lull line of l'cid, fumiihrd
at whiilcsnU- prlirs.
38 PATTON AVKNIK.
Telep one No. HO.
Of coui-w' tIumv'm inoiiey in
printer's ink, hut the man
wlin tnnkt'H the moHt intlli-
iit iih of it. goto the mont
money out of it. Ifcrtoi'B not
pay to ixlvpi'tiHe nometliing
you linven't trot, or any thinj?
voiH'nnnot do nnl do wfll.
The man who ndvertiwifl a
frainl must havo a "good''
frnud, and he who adverting
liai'aiiiH in goodH must be
prepared to 8atinfy his eun-tomei-H.
WM. R, PENNIMAti,
THE ASHEYILLE BRICK ' WORKS,
Aahevllle, N. U.
r. o. Boa r.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a fine lot
With tht latest stylet of handles .liver
plated and osldlud. Also flare supply of
Of tht Latest BdlUoat. - .
Iraiipoiixi) : mm
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depdt.
ASIIEVILLE, N. 0.
i ,i, ant rlaai hotel. Hot and cold water and baths tad toilets on every floor.
20 minutes for meals.
RATES, .oo PER DAY. -
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. t. BRYAN and WAI.THR ORKKW. ClcrfcO.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATHJ ROOM FITTEtt WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'lnlNhrtt thruiiKhont In Antiiiue Onk. Parlor and Reception Hull AnUhed In (Juartcr
Snwcdonk. Wnll drnprd with Llncmtt-Walton,
fur further Ini'orimition call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
$100 REWARD I
, l-'or anyone who will buy a pair of Graham shoe, and not set value received. Nuw at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
(tint aboTf Parmeri' Warrtaonae.
ASIIEYIIXE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chrnpmt atorr onearth. Ilamllc nothing Imt Plrat-clnM flooila, and Intend to treat
ever hod v KHWIT. We keep home-made tthoea of rverv kind, llomr-matle Jcana Home
nad- l'lald Ilnuie mnde Ooiiicntlc. Horae-n.ade Drilling. We warraut cwry r
Anhevlllv fihoe Co. 'a shoes.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
I. O. H'lWHLL, Manarrr.
Howanl I'roflit and Mill. Holcombe are with us.
P 1 TTTFTAaT W.
VAU 1 llfll w m t
'a. his uauae maa prloa tiamsjl oa
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE QINTLIMIN.
I.t Calf ul Vmt Wat.rsrMf Gimlo.
Thm tsoellenrt and we. line quallttas of this ahot
utnot b. bettr showii than or lb. Mrouc anaonMp
i.nu of It. Uiouaudi of eouuat sum
a-OO flnilu Haaa'.afiwad, an ttoirsal nn4
S3 Mll.h Awmmu Htm. whlk JumiMiul. Huf
tA-OO IfaadHi.wed Wtlt. On, oa3 Skat
unequalled fur Stu and durabilltr.
T..ar.ar Well It tht tuadant dram
Val Hhinti al m rmnultr n4oav
0 fHcfwanraMIM a, eapeeUU tdtpM
w ftie railroad urn, rarmers. Ma
AUnutd.lBOoatTnt, Bulloa and Laos,
$3 & $2 SHOES irJW..
bava ban moat raTorabiy tMtlvad maem tatfoaiawd
sad Ui. recent tniprav.m.nul
10 tnr uute. mow at
Ait your Dealer, and If h. cannot tnpply 701 tnaa
direct to fu-tory .nclonum tdTtrUM priba, or a
patud foe order bt.nka
w. a vuijuut, meatoa, siaa
FOR SAXB BY
WEAVER ft DIVERS.
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In ArIicvIIIc Hold, comrade, do not aive tnv
klnudom. I will aell thee a lot at a reaaonaltle
price. 1 will 'end thee money to erect a hotiac
therein, I will Inmirc thee In a Arat claaa Are
In ku ranee company. I will aell yon one of
nan a nne no une aaiea to Hero tnv anver. Jew
ell, etc., In. If ymn want to rent I will And
ynn 11 coon tenant, ir yon want your rent
colleeted I will collect them for yon. I will
hope to are yon aoon. f will h1t prompt and
earnrat attention to all bualneaa put tn my
Keai ftatau Agent,
aeptJOdlm 28 Patton Ave., Aahevllle.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOM!, 2f PATTON VE.,(Y.aC.,IIOOM8.)
Onen dalle, aaccot ftttadava. from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m.. and S nl 7 p.
Tht ttrmi of tabterlpttoa art! Oat year
3; mot., $1.80i 8 mot., tit 1 mo., BOeti.)
dally S ctt.
UIBceri for 1SB0 fmldent, Charles W,
Wooltty Vlot-Predent, Thot, A. Jonetj Hm.
and Trtntarar, D. . WaUoa Ubtmruu, Mitt
to Inspect the catalog, and
namca a. meniDera,
HTHE BEST KNOWN REMFDY.
Ii ltainm. Mikn.. s.i.
frtirenM Btrlotura. n,,...in.
torld or poltonont aubttaneat, tnd
Is rnsrintood abtoliiKily hurmlest,
It prntcrlbM L nhytltlann a..l
moniondKl by drraltr.tt. IVloe at.
8"''.uTdruiWfc U.waraof Sub.
FOR ALB BV
MYI0H MITh MHEVILLK, N. 0
THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In Its ntw form nlalnt til tht tharacttrlatia
feature, of tht old .lit, with an Inmtttid BUBt
bar of Pafet tad lUuttfttfont.
The Illustrated American
It tck'nowltditd to bt tht bandtomtnt Wttklj
M.srt Ifafutnt In lot world. Adrantattltbdi
tn by tht nuuiagtnitat of trtry opportunity
lo atoust tht latatt tad Doet rtuablt Inforauv -Uoo
of topic, of faowtl tad laHraattonal uv
UwMt tn tola country sad In rope.
Oom.pand.ntt, AsUttt and fl10toaTapb.nl
trt eooataatly tl work In ill part, of tot world '
gleaning Iteou of Intentt for tat rttdtim.
The Illustrated American
It eltan . sbulauly unaeettruui, free from polltt
oal dlaonaUou aud htary dtbtlaa, It It anUnant
ly t ei nutadnt for tht family. Club man
tad ipoitimtn will lad athletics nod Osmea,
fachtum tad Bits' Ball newt. LtdlttwOland
" Onrrsnl Topltn of InktrMt to Wovao." Army
and Miry ometn will find Ittmt and Paoto
(nphi of Army and Htry Mtwt, antujaariaaa
wlU enjoy "Hlttorlt Amarlca." (nrybody
will tnjoy Ui. f .Hal Klory by Edfar TmwcrnM,
bagno la Wo. as
A GOOD GRASS AND STOCK FARM,
9 mllct from A.herlllc Court lloutt.
aj Acres of Luud,
iood New 9-Rooni Mouoic.
ALL MODBKN IMPROVRMBNTB.I
rasturc inna ennnan ror mans unci, cijwi ,
balance la meadow.
. Apply to
J.' A. MURDOCH.
biAma, n. c.
ept 90 dim
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
8TANDAP.Ua 80 CT8. PBR OT
Ricellent for Ktewtna. tic.
8ULRCTB 40CT8. PflBOT.1
vcrj rim iui oicwinn. rryraa. tic.
Hold from hnun to houtt through entire
city, nntnmenit receieea amy Hlock al.
Oni era left at No. T Jefferson Drive, or sent
thmuah the mall will be delivered prom nt I r
to any part of the city. Address orders by
m"iJ. i 0. M. MII.I.BR,
oct dim' Bos oat. CltT.
ii iMfts golden sunnc
rtih?J. .iff V" ,B Pn!T'' , or In nrtlclasof fnnd,
HAVBOR 8MITH, DruMt.U,
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