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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER U, 1800.
. . . n.il.
Weighty Testimony. greatest novel oi tne cenuiry r noin ore
.. J I ...,.lrVilMa tint in Infof ttitpnttiirtv
Mv success ia owine to litwranty in au- .ne. -.
vwtisine. Rolicrt Bonner. ... it is true, but in just proportion and ot
The road to fortune i through Prm- the best kind. We are truly sorry for the
ter' ink. P. T. Barnum. editor of the Messenger who says this
A.lvenisniR nn. " ,, , ..,viil ,,... i.,...,. , to n sec.
.sua A mrta I .RWTTI1LT. timi - -
TOIiiv..v?.-.V..-- . .., -. ... ,. .,..,.Ji.,.,..,.,r, ,t
1 ndvertise.i my nruuuvnuiw , unu rcmnoii. -',. ...........
monev. Mclioms L.ont;Jiv". out the whole power oi " i ne Aiitsicr oi
huceew depeniiiii Ballantrae."
nee of nnntinK offices J.J. Astor.
mMiA-. i d probttbiy by way of contrast, that
......... r, t'l.'uo nuiVTIVf! CO. th democrats are nominating nun ot
k.imjuli . . . ,
. ....u.jlauilitv and wuu me courage tn
' . , . f.,1. I On ,1,. nrW fill
minces are frei
s'.oo who have emulated yuny ami liisnieth-
Yer attemoon (except - wo ivu..
I.winn raws .triciij-wo. republican nominees are frcijueutiy men
One Yeur -v 00
Thr Month's"!!!!!.!!!!!' -JJ ods and who undcrfiremlopt his weapon
18 ol defense silence. II the K-ople do not
urettv generally vote down these nonii
neesof the republicans, it is High lime
we changed the kind ol people in tins
one Month .
THK DAII V CITIZKN
Is on .air at the following places in AsheTllle:
H ' T T li K V I A RK N K V S STAND.
"l.FS K'K'K SKWS STAND.
,,.,,.i..i in-. tu stokk. Pattnn Ave.
j. CARSON'S NEWS STOKB. North Court
TIT.SDAY. OCTUllER H. 1S90.
A Hilly Hpeecti.
The Kaleigh Chronicle says:
"Mr. V. Y. loncs. the most populiir
reoulilican lender in Ornnville county.
ooenlv oroclaims that if you will show
him three white republicans in the Miutli
he will show vou two scoundrels. Mr.
Junes is u cowetcnt witness, He to
seen the inner workings of the radical
:.. v. ... i. i,r.,li,,n mid his evidence
. . .,..,. t.or.liitsaljle fcl- Prnul the Rutherfurd banner.
s Ts , - r- on ThurMjav, ,,ai,tr a.id
Vs' . Kwart and lln. W. T Craf
e io not Know nn-u mhu i
ii v Mr. I.ines m.iv have found most con
guii.il to his nature, but we submit that
his remark shows him to be a man o
too little sense to make it safe for him to
lie abroad without n keeper.
And the Slate Chronicle is in the wrong
too. The situation is this: It is neees-
nary lor the prosjieritv of North Carolina wonderful Development Hound
that the d.-mocracv should govern the los-ome,
ii,-... T I,.,... thin nower in its hands Prom the Knosvillcjourn.il.
it must have votes-all the white votes
that can lie intruded to it by reason and
argument. How many of the republican
that haw left their parly in North Caro
linn within the last four months am
been hearlilv welcomed into the demo
cratic ol.l, were brought over hy such
f,mlih comment as that at the heaii
ot this article? Let us suppose that ii
fell under tlif notiic ( a republican
about to cpni hi- party and vote will.
the di-iiMcr.il. Would lie Continue in
tin. s.nre iiiin.l ? Certainly not. Hui
feelings would be aroused by such
fiatemcni as Mr. Jones makes and polit
icallv he would stay where he was.
We are ill ihe tniiisi of a political cam
paign; but that is not necessarily tht
tame thing as an insane asylum, and t
ui ge lhal reason and -ease and discretion
nnd even, the Hidden rule. I not entiich
A I'AKAOK A I'll about the Alanianie
countv fair says:
On Thursday fully six thousand k.-i-
ssed through the gates, and
at leasi two thousand were outside, to
sav nothing of the vast crowds to U
seen thronging the streets of Itmlinjit'-u
And still no move is made to project a
:'air in Ashcville for Western North Caro
lina 111 ItUl. US asionismiiK i."
you stop to think of it.
The I'nlverHHl Tetinion.
lion II "
the nllieiis of Kuthtrforil .oun-val tnc iouri
house In Kuthcn'onltun. M"t tinni!" can In
ooinunnd. nv or,linnr iliseussum will d-
,,, f s.,nir eumtmnson. iut Mr l.wurt s
ilisolnte failure bis wanting soninn n t.
av when cpicsti'Mis were askr-l linn, and h-s
ctnrrul disposition to I hacked. .iisoiutei
liaekt il. wonderfully, irretrievably and inevit
ably haeked. was inrivnaatilc.
The destiny of thi south is alreail nwa
SieelHllv l tin-mmrral oen oi on ..,..
rilis wonderful di vitonimnt that is ilnwiiini;
may lie deluvul. Iiut tannot In prevent d
Mot only IHlhle Hut a Fuel.
Is ii oossilile thai in these days
lie.iet.. in uicsc days ot uulional Imiiur, in
in. ii.i oi inurii.ilioii.il arbitration
tin- Herman guveininenl did reaiiy liavi
ii anv in I-raiicfr It seems Inglilv nil
piul'ialile. Cli.irlollc Chronicle.
Why certainly. All the great govern
ments maintain in every other country
with which tiny may sometime bent war
CMciimvc 'bureaus" for collecting mlor
maiion as to the resources ol lhal nation
ll is not very long ago that an Austrian
was caught in London opening letters V
obtain such inlnrtnation. Ol course ll
did not npiK-ar. on the face of ihc affair,
that he was an employe of the Autrian
government, but lie was nevertheless
As tios work is not done ojienly the dif
fcrent governments must generally con
tent themselves with making it us un-
rim LAriisr siavs
I K'.I SKTH t lA'iW..Y.l.
Nearly Soon lias been secured by key.
K. S. trown. to build a riesnyicriiiii
.hurch in Andrews. Cheiokeceiiiiniy.
The negro who so Inutility nr.irdire.l
Mr. Atkins and his mother in Hutu
count v is positively Kienuiuo in vo
iicrsons. He is an ex-eoiivu t and a ile-
Last week l.ane lolly, i iarl.ind (' le
aril Amos Ki.ir wan airesiid at or near
he "s:ill Iu.iim. i Hi tla.ii rsoi,s
rere loiiud loin pistols, two pairs ol
-teel knticks and ten knnes. t itn.k-r-
.t.nid ili.it some ol these parties are
mied in S-iiilh Carolina and some will
. me.lcd in pans d ihis county. as w ar
ants ate out tor tliein iiinncrioru nan
Cullierson is n town, t .vo years ot
igc, on tile- v A wa. r.mroao. nn
miles south ol .lutiih. I at Muml.trii
:narble works loc.ned one mile n-irtlu
f Cullierson is n .w buag os.-raieil
A. I. Kinsey .v Co. An
lands ol Mr
own on thi
ill.er u:ar!'ie iiei
i.ivu developed I'.e-liall mill
! tow n Hid lias gum into tin
. Will l.enoir. Just north o
pri..;rty oi s'l'i-iitf J. M
llii.s. is a bed ol i'on ore iiiisurpassn
is to nuaiiir. v and oualilv in ciu roi-ei
ounn. line litunreo anil iwenty-ini
lollars iier ai re lor the bro.nl vnll y ly
ne' alone sn.e o tne town lias netu til
77 mh.xss nrsisr.s..
r,r The North Carolina earioiniianv I
eert nisv on a eonir.iei. l ir setenii nun
dred cars. K.deigh C liroiiu le.
Xnt K Connecticut silk munulucturr
in corrcstHindenic with pnrtits in ilu
uro and will lierhaps iltenle to remove
coniiortable as possible Pir the foreign his factory to lhal place.
intruder. As soon as he is located his
landlord is asked to notify him that he
cannot longer huve the room, or build
ing. he iKcupics. If the landlord loses by
turning his tenant out he is idemnified b
the government. Curried on us shrewd'
ly as the game is. ihc whole matter be-
Every man who desires to vote nt this
Wtion must reeister anew. Even if you
have registered and voted before, you
must register ugain under the new elec
tion law to vote this year.
I)o vou w ish the negro to gel control
f voir county anil state? ll not, regis
ter and vote lor thedemocrntic nominees.
Iio you not know twit every negro in
he state will register and vote ? Then
so must every white man.
Do you wont soldiers wun uriiwii mv
incts'to meet you at the pollsiind dictate
to vou how to vote: n not, ne un
your name is on the registration books,
iind do not fail to vote the straight dem
You can't register alter net. -'iu so
register ul once. Uoirt say you uavc mu
time take time your hnjipiiiessdcpends
on it; the good name aim proieint
your state deui!s on it ; honest govern
ment and wniie mans ui .isji,..o
unit, lion't wait, lielay mav cost the
Icleat ol the party.
KI T iS Tllli FA KM.
Hundreds are taking ad
vantage of the "Grand Open
ing" which continues nt Bos
tic IJioh. & Wrights. The
building as yet is open, ex
posed to dust, wind and cold
waves, but these monsters of
opposing elements are being
met with a heroic effort on
the part of the occupants.
True, we are sacrificing prof
its, but we are determined to
sell the goods. You get the
benefit. You make your
memorandum at once for
shoes, hats, shirts, hose,
dresses, slutting .blankets,
trunks, domestics, window
curtains and everything else
you will need this winter and
save big money nt
Hostu Biios. & Wmoirr's.
Fronting Court Place
J. V. Hhown.
Cnpt. W. W. Cariaway lias built the
first silo ever put up in inoir county. i
will hold forty-seven tons of ensilage.
The Wilson Advance rejoices to sec the
irmeis ol lhat scciion paving more nt-
iciuion to tine cattle than they have ever
fomniissioner lohn Kobinson says it is
now certain that the cotton crop in the
state ,v ill be far beyond expectations. It
will Ik' the biggest on record.
The Monroe Kecister says that Mr. W.
. I'lyler. of Mt. l'ros-;ct, has liecn lor
two years cxiKTinicniing wuu rioooii
sugar cane, anil lias iieiuonairaieu tunv
l can lie sncccssluuy grow n in nun see
i mr fiirmeis sav that ihc great (UiaiP
ntv ol ram will prniiaiiiv iw iiiiurous m
ilii'ir erons. Kuiorts come Irom the
south nnd cast, to the elici t that cotton
damaged considerably. Henderson
Mr. inn. Holland, of Ncuse township.
I.euoir countv. made forty-five gallons ol
syrup from the cane grown by mm on a
plot ol land .MxiM- lee I. Tins syrup re
laiis lor liny cents a gallon, w hich would
'n-vipml to SlMb.Oi an acre.
Our townsman. M. K. Cray, Ks., in
onus us that he recently sowed 1"
.iishels of oats on his larnt ov. Abbott's
reck, and lat wick he noticed that it
.vas all up anil growing finely. Can am
ine heat I his .- Lexington U- Iger.
llavwood coiini v is this year furnish
ng tin iii.u l.et with apples. Tnc liuit is
ii good iiiiniitioii. In that s etioii fip.y
ami sew i.vliye itnts inr bushel is the
price, wliile ill Kaieign, so a nnii-.iiiii,r
ciu complains, ine ugines is inty vents
jn-I Kck 1
The wonderful llailey cot mn was found
iTuivilii! villi iv a ilciooiuail ill ll.irneii
cuiintv. It has li.en tnoriugniy icsieu
and found to reproduce each year all the
lUiliruil chuiai'.ciistus ot t :e parent
litis iiwommim.ierlsoit isnow plucitl
among t he K riiiaiien i varieties ol cotton
ll. I U M,.rriu I'lt-m,.,' tiviiii. flee
miles irom Hi.'h I'oint in the neighbor- li()ttolll prices. FlldLTtakillg
I,ai,,n .iiinvh. at the iHuiiiuinu
I the seas .n. bought Ion. acres of land, . up.jul f(atUIV. Calls llt-
: r which he Paul S-'oo. Me put two
ercsoi itin tobacco, and from the crop i 1 I ... ttjtrlit
already n-alued nnd has live I teillHHI (H IUJ.III
lian.sjeito sell, wlncn will iK-ing him
-Too. High I'oint Enterprise.
I'ro'essnr Mnssey, of the iigrieultiirnl
. oil, v. has nt the siaic lair a display
; r j in the gardens ol the horticulturist
which will till a table UK) leet long.
i'l ere will U' shown titty varieties ol
Irish and sweet iotntoes, turnips nnd
tomatoes. The college will make nn in
: i resting exhibit of the work of its slu
.iiius in the mechanical departmeni.
This is the first oi the kind ever made in
No. 3J Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We an now ready, and in
vite our friends nnd the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well seltH-teil stock
Which we are offeringat rock
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE HAVE THIS WEEK IN
CKEA8EK THE CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES OF Ol'R
WE HAVE SECVRED SEVERAL
FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY TOGIVE
OTR FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT' AND
FINE (J'AL1TY, AT VERY REASONA
BLE KATES. CALL IN AND SEE I S;
ALL WE ASK ISA TRIAL.
01 R REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL FI LL AND ACTIVE. AND WE
CAN GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK BRorGHTIN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
J. H. LAW,
& 6i S. Main Street, Ashcville, N. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TILL OCTOBER 20,
A lot of White Handle Imllstlon Ivory
Knives at 1 00 ier set, worth il TB.
A lot of Celluloid Handle Knives at 91 us
per set, regular price 3 711.
Only o lew sets of Ivory Hnnrtle Knives
(sllitlitly discolored) at $3 3 kt set a rare
Knurr anil Mcri 'en Triple Piatrd Knives
nt 1 T.I iier t. Porks to match, same price.
A lot of o4d patterns of Rogers' Tea
Spouns, Table Kpoons and Forks at wonder,
fully low prices.
I wish to close out all goods I am over,
stocked with, and many odd lines that 1 will
nnt buy asaln.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
STONE CHINA AND PRESSED GLASS.
A discount of tne on every dollar on rcKU
..r goods, and a lot of odds and ends being
closed out at half price.
A lot f Import samples, very choice but
only a lew pieces of a kind at about hall
CHAMBER SETS DECORATED.
Large sets, Rond decorations, at $3. A3, or
with jar. .0fl.
Sew decorations, very nice. 4 , or with
Jar, 8 8,
Very fine sets, $S.BO to 3tl.0O.
Good Kmiin LamM, S.-iceaell.
a Lit or I'lnc Porlnr l.amii', odd, lieinirl
... a....... .., Hollar cneh-n nrwtl bar- hn. liecn arransed for all odds and en., am
Piano Lamps, R 30, Jti, lit 50 ana
$25 00, complete.
To elute nut nil im sent stock will lie sold
at 3t iKrceut. discount.
I nmrkid In plain figures.
My line of fine China liinncrMa and Tul.
lei Sets, Art Pottery and Sterling Ware is
one of the finest in the south.
All arc inviicd to call and eiamine tla-stuck.
Ii. H. BKITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER,
Also craliin "f all kinds done. All onlers
promptly filled ami woik nuarnnteed. Can
lie found n sll times at l.rnham's Cotton
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central PaHsenijer Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General I limuraiice t Agent.
Ktnr No. L'o Kouth Main street.
Ksi.tlilished lM. Asheille, N. C
ati3 dl v
Telephone, day 7.", nifi'ht J5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
teiST Sailed proposals are linj! solicited
tor tlic Jli.ui.niHl West I-.ih! hotel. Win
ston, to in- triune. 1" nei ir.nt. im icci
deep, with 1011 teel 1., and lour stories
tfj" We learn from Cnpt. C. A. Duvis
who lias the superintendence of tic lulc
mills nt Kinsey. that n iar;c tpiair.uy
lCuKlUh aud French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
fOH YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIHLS.
No. -10 trench liroail Avtuut-
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, - PRINCIPAL
Por many vnr Asiimate rriiunuil ol Ml
Vertiou Inslilnte. llnliimore. i
sstril l ae. ri -.1 eo?nieiilenl trachei
iUv ii I T
IS. II. COSBY,
(Suctnir ti C. Cow"".)
1 PATTON AVENVB,
SBXT HOUR TO .'AND t HNTRAI. HV.
TBI.. AS1IKVI1.I.U. N. C.
A modern first claw hotel. Hot and cold water ani? iiutns ann toneis on every .
Klectne liell. in every Kom. Oynt tire in onice aim crami in u '""";
roo lanei counter cianr and new. .land nnd l.ar ituil l.illinrd room on first floor, hire
tricreet d?r ewre 20 minutes. Kkhn.oti.l nhd P.nville railroad eatina hou.
;o mlaates for mens.
RATICN, (.on PER DAY.
A. G. HALLYBlRTON.Prop.
J. H. RRVA9I lll WAI.TKH uat.r.n, . ivrss.
coim-s a plav of wit against wit. Iiut it is talc has already liecn slupd Irom that
i,..,l,alily iirettv itincrullv tliecuse thut iniii.-.uurp,..
each government knows with an nston- ttTA lare addition to the old Jioh
ishin amount ... detail what every other o -co -
j-overnmcnt is dotiiR m evcrytlnns P"- ht j, wonderful how rapidly the i..l.ncco
taininu to war and war mntcrinl and ,.incss is irrowini! in t'.recnslioro.
rcsounrs. North Mate
. . I tr I.nwvcr Crowell lias showed the
Komiuii to uusrre. ..;in..ur,i Standard some line siK.cin.cns ol
No oni! would suspect from readme the I , i,,.. rock Irom Stanly county. Man
...,l,,,. of Tiik Cmus thntitwaslsrinu inens have liecn sent to the Kcoloutst at
j , .. .i. t.i! i iisniiiiiou . iinu rue .line ii, ,1. ih im.
nssaiic.1 rini ann ten o.v ti.e repui.i.e.u, - , ..l.iied in that
press ol Western .Minn v.nrounu. i roo- ,ffit.e ,or r()0,ng purposes,
aldv it is with the internum oi drawing -.T. ,,..,, c.i.i if .Vsthat
allvntion from the real issues of the cam- ,. m c iuri;vn i Co., tobacco man-
paiun that these attneks arc mnilc. Hut ulucturinK concern, has been merged into
. .:ti.. . t..u r-,Ttv, I i i-oriHiriitiiin culled the Iluruwyn Ilros.
ll is lllipiisKioie i kvi. . no w...r... -; .....,,,,..-.-,...
arrel. Keally. there i. nothing to w."h ,.riik .V iu
(liiiirnl nliout. To s?nk of Tiik Cituks ,0 M). Col. Wm. H. S. Iliirgwyu
right out loud ns Ananias is of course I jg president nnd general manager.
sufficiently crushing, but these same pa- (-.Messrs. J. H. Walker & Co., our
pen take our news tifgospc I and thereby . nierprising lumber dculers and millers,
show that alter all thev are not in earn- who Imil the misfortune to hnve their
innrt 1 1, at roi I'd bv hre last week, mult-
est. No; Crnwlord is going tooeeiecien, I";;.,-' ,;me'.v,i,n this dreadful
the demiK-riits ure coming out on top, lnmitv i.. K.fcn them having
and, burring the wcuthcr of the past few burned out once la-fore, ubout three years
weeks nnrt the fact that registration is a ago.-inten.l re.mi . ing o n as cm m
... ...... .. business can lie gotten in ImiK;. Kcnls-
little slow, we clou t see nnytning to oe I .e R;vicw
tiiinnppy nownv. n.,.. --.r. , nno ,.,..., ..,. ...jn, cnm
why come at us again, estcemert repuiin- . ttrincipnl stockholders ip which
can editor. It does us no harm and it I nre stntesvillc a-ople and the olhce and
l...... i.runru. ihIu'IiIh' iirmlotinrters of which nre here, hn rr-
- " -:- j -. f, iiioo Mh
Taitt Vfiiri.m N'pwi courteously calls of new machinery, the arrival of which is
men rvnii.. i ... ... . company Will Slloriiy lucrcuiu-r oe-
noiincc the board ol county commission- 8jn rum,ing night aswcllnsday. Stntc-
ers of Polk county for apKiinting, so it rule i-anomurs
charges, a "republican jutlges of theelec- (UTTlic Dayton Times learns that men
.. . . .. im is. Kiin I nn.min.nt in rnurtiitn ciri icB, uavv m-
nitin at everv twuns i,ivfc,, , , , ... . - .
ly men who can neither read or write,' ,NB JuS
It is not very hard work to denounce ij the'lenncsHie, thence through
such thing. If it ha been done some tne coa fielila ut Piedmont nnd Dayton
one ha had to stippres his conscience to with a branch or main line to Chutta
Tu A we do notenvvhim. be he nooga, Whether or not .Junction .will
.,,., . ia.mariewitntnei.il
n m jMf4.n.nili.iit liac
editor of the Murion Nets. And now, cjty remain for nn ul'tcr consideration
esteemed contemporary, do you fee' wt-
A ..r..u, of titelnr l.akinir nowder. Highest
of nil in liavenlnit strength V. 8. Oorenl-
inenl Kep .rt. Aug ust 17. liotu. IBiyawnu
The entire itnck ol
Includinif ftne nrnorhen. Button iid Bract
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFH-1-3
Hresnlles. of cost. a. we In lead la the future
tn keep nothlns hot solid Cold and
Uterline Wlver lewclrj.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main Ht. Asherllle.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If. vou have a,iy Nose, Throat or l.unu l
(in application I will send a pamphlet
descriptive of Ashevllle and also the In
haling treat enl 'rce with list ol ques- s
Hons to he answered hy the patient
when ordering Home Treatment, This
treatment Is as effective as the offlet '
OPHICK-N'O. irt PATTON AVENI'B,"
AshcTillc, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
r n,li.' routs and vest, blazer nnd
jacket ot W hillock, corner bugle Hioca
ui. ...rorid to sea in tlic Wil-1 A Hurtfalti. "
n.i. M,.aenmr the a.ertion of Rob- For nle-one vacant lot ti Western
irt toui. 8tevn".on-. "The Ma.ter of partol Ithe c.tv, near the cotton, actory,
Hnllnntrae" that "it natooimngpieasing t jjenrjcni Rankin i Co. or to
in It beyond the fine literary woraman- irr. Stanley t-rccK. .
.h!pndthtory4elHng art." Can It oct3d!iw '
be that humor and wit are not pieumng i..,!!-." Misse'. nnd children' clonks,
o ihs lltcrarr editor ol tn Meenger r the beat stock in Aslievinc. nniiiocas
r did he tail to fitfl either of the In the corner bagie mocs.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
okk nh;iit ONtY.
Wednesday, Oet. 15.
Manager Sawyer takes pleasure In annnane-
inu lilt 11 ; st appearance nere "i i.
Kiu-hed Actor and I'l.Ywrlght,
In Milton Noble's Powerful Drama,
LOVE AND LAW.
x ,.,.. from fleean to Ocean!
Company of lispcrlinceil I'lnyersl
fteenli' Mountlna! Aril
SUPEHBLY ACTED I
(t oo, 75, so & as
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( T. M. C. A ROOMS. )
Open dally, escept Sunday., from to a. m.
until 1 p. ta and B until 7 p.
The terms of suhscrlutloo are: one year
13; 6 mo.., tt.no: 8 mot., 1 1 1 mo., ouct.
dally 2 cts.
Officers tor I awn president, Cbarles W
WnulKt : Vlee l'tTsldent. Thos. A. Jones ; are,
nnd Treasurer. D. WaUon ; Librarian, Miss
B. J. Huh.
r-i.i . ...I .i.itoM mrm fMirrilallv invited
to inspect the catalogue and IbsctIImi their
nansitt member. n:in,l,f
Artistic Proiicrtlc and
A GREAT PLAY I
1gHPA8oHrt8 TAKB NOTICB.
All persons nre notified that an lamis lie
lontilnK to the West A.hi vill. lmprotemei.'t
Company nun it. u. choki. ...
ine autpnur npni . "'rlYJi"
nostetl. - " ........ ...
net f n i tn
TO THE LADIES.
x. m t amlth. Inl. of New York, hie
rented the floor over Mr. i.aw,s store, i
-i.iilh Mil n street, wner. ra
VISSTl'I.ASS IIRUaSM tKINII. Perfrrtflt
gum nnt, rd Also artistic mllllnerr. i.ames
materials usen to mi n,. -
tatre. Hnts of all sinus maoc ot.
IHneressors to Balrd fcctor.)
ia. a North Main Street
I) THK LAIHlir).
Madame M. P. Kmtth. of lT aouth Mala
.tree .over Law's store, nas reiurnen to not
vb tn in. In .n eteir.nt line of fine millin
ery good.. By November I these aonds will
S-SrSMS 8IIPKR.OR PLOUR M XNIIPACTPMKD
The third series of the Ashevllle Home nnd
i.oan Association will close on Wednesday,
(let. 18. Hharescnn he subscribed for tPI that
n u to n'lorb a m . at m .tor., at whirn
time nnd nl.ee there will he a meeting of the
directors. Two thousand dollars to loin.
H. HAMMKMHHLAO, Pres.
K. I. HOLMISH, Bee. Treas.
POR Ol'R TRAUB, A IX aiZItH,
E SELL FOR 13.40 PER HUNDRED.
Bealnnln to-day the hacRsae business for
merly carrier) oa by The Aslievllle atreet k.ii
way Company will be continued by the un
derslfned andcr the name or
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER CO.
I will ht atari to serve mr friends, and will
nr.imia. nramnt attention to all orders n
Money loaned sna.wen accural o pee v trusted to me
. K, ... office at Street Railway Compaay's onlee,
aeai B.tntc mranoi " - k - j . . .. M . r-.n-
nrirstr isle. Kent, eoiiectea. i tonuutKu . ir- - '
heal I state and Auction buslnes. In Charles-1 B. M. JONffH, AMent
ton, 8. C ten years, and will aive prompt Bentetnber 19. IBtM).
attention to all business pat la my charge. I p"TaVl
Real Estate Asent.
AND LOAN BROKER,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MOHSAN'S BOOKSTORE)
?LiZ;. IT-BWV BT:J
HEVELL & WAGNE",
Successars to Kopp l.lchteahcrKcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICE8.
Coffers roasted on the premises daily, and I
round for every customer.
Full Line of Table (supplies).
Pre delivery. A full line of Peed, futnished
at wholesale price..
aS PATTON AVKNl'E.
Telep one No. 00.
sept Irt dtf
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH, R03M F"TI60 nm waiBtii.""-""'
Finished throuahoiit la Antiime Oak. IMrlor and Kcceptlor, Hall flni.hi-d In Uuarler-
tlawedonk. Walls draed with Marrusta-W alloa.
Por furlber Information can on
G. H. WALKER. No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
$100 REWARD I
Por anyone who will buy a pair of ftrnhnm Shoe, and not net value received. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
lust above farmers' Warehouse.
ASIIEVILXE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chrnnrst store nnearlh. Handle nothing but P Irs I. cuts, floods, and Intend .to treat
tvenbody Klf.HT. We keep h .nte-ma le Kliocs of cyert, alnd. llanM-mauf jvana
utatlc I'lnliis. Home maoe iionirMiiv. .,,,.. .
Ahevlllc hue Co.'. Hhoes.
Ashcville Dry Goods Co.,
I. O. HQW'fLL, Manacer.
Howard I'roflll nnd Mill. Ilolcomlte nre wills us. .
MhKCIIANT AN PARMHKI! VATIflNAI. IIANK NO. 17M.
Charlotte, N. C, April V. " .,
I rtgnrrl th Northwcslern Mutual as one of the lust companle. In elst. I th ink it
1'ho.ti t ..vntlou one ol lit. ...im.le.i oraniiltaiiuBs and ilw fo r the iwllejr holder. I
ow holtl ihree p llel-s In this eompnnv and ouid not chnaia. them lor an oiher. My di
lends .re ntuih lamer fan any olllct .ompii.l.s In which I citrry Hie Insurance, and my
ln.nr.nrr as s .fe In this as any otner The afluirs ol in. .company are sioeiy n. "'
Of cou rue there's money in
printer s ink, but the ninn
who TtiakeH the most intelli
gent line of it jjcets the mont
money our 01 it. ltaoen not
tiny to mlvertiHe .HOinethinR
1 "i. j si.:....
you uuveii 1 oi.tirii.ii.yiniiiL
vou cannot ilo nnd tlo well
The man who ndvertiHeH n
fi'iiml nuiHt lnivn 11 "iroou
. . . ' iBaua'TI. UWalNK,
rriUlU, nnd llfi WnO HUVeiTlKeH a,."' Aaeni'lo, " wester North Carolina.
harfrainH in gotjiw muHT. ne
prepared vo HaiiHiy inn cum-
c as s-tfe In ihis asanv otner The anuits ol tne lum int nn w'tij- no ranm. -anaVe'ii
they p." promptly aud are ,.idlngly fair and llbeinl In thrdeallna.
Hr policy h.ldcrs..i t Mcreh,nU ,nil Harnters National Bank, Charlotte, N.C. (
I Jan. l,'U0:IAs
rta $.17,1 Irt, "70 Ml
taurpliis. 4 perct... 0,0o,ll7.1l i
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS-,
Ashevllle, N. C.
P. O. Box I.
oct 11 dllw
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a line lot of
With the latest styles of handles silt
platad and osldlsasi. Also atargs supply of
Of the Latest Bdltloas.
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE XOMPANY
OP MILWAI'rsKU. WIHCONKIN.
This Company Issues all forms of ordinary Lire, Kn.iowincnt. I.lmlteil l.lft and Heml.Ton-
from ever nwnlntf any. and do.-s Htrlclly aa Americas iitisiiio.
lu divldi ads tne laracst ot oj ."
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME j
In site v lie Hold, rnmrade, do nnt aive tnv
klnadom. I will sell the. a lot at a reasonable
Price. I will end thee money to erect a house
Hereon. I will Insure thee Is a first clnss fire
Insurance company. I will sell yon nne or
Hull's fine house snfes to keep thy sHrer, Jew
els, etc., In. II yau want to rent I will And
you s-nod tenant.. If you want your rents
collected I will collect them for you. I will
hope to see you soon I will give prompt and
earnest attention to all business put in my
h.'inds. PMUUKKICK KtlTI.HIM'.U,
Meat Kstate Agent,
sept20d I m a Pattoa Ave.. Ashevllle.
TJTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
sfaLJU "U.O.V." Cures
In 1 tf61ity. trlth nnt tnln
rraTonta B trie tuta. Cuntnlni no
ncrltl or nolnonous l-tHnf, nnd
la gunrnntMMl abioliiUily hitrmlAg,
nrrnrnucti ow nnyaiciunB una
at lPwQ7.THE ai!
reeotnondtnl bv draffuista. Price fSI,
Bold by druggists, llawara af gittM,
POR SALB BV
RAYSOR k SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C
A NBW rmRU. carefslly prepared by lead
A 4g member, of th. A.h.ville bar toa
finest parehmeat and heaey flat paper), eo
ering all aeceMarjr point., Jnst out and now
on ."1. at tb. oflos of th. cmiaa Pjiujs
ra Co. No. A North Cnart Straan flaataf
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