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JVSHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15 1800.
37e Man who went out to
milk and sat down on a boul
der in the middle of h pasture
and waited for the cow to
back up to htm, was the eld
fst, hmthcr of the man whc
kept stow and did not adver
tise, beca use tie reasoned ma
the puivashing public woul
back up to his place when i
The AHheville Daily and
Weekly Citizkn covers West
ern North Carolina.
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15, 1890.
The Blrrl-I.lkc Kwarl.
In this week's I-'iirmer and Meelmnii
Mr. J. Wilev Shook, in the course of u
deeply affecting article on our esteemed
friend H. G. Ewart, sii.vs:
"He is ncain the proud bird that
spreads his wings over the Ninth cuii'
So it seems Mr. Ewnrt is a bird. This
is a good tiling to learn because at
Washington Mr. Ewart is known as a
party bolter; down around Henderson
ville as an alliunce-at-luwinan; over in
Cherokee as Muii-Who-Talks-Witli-His-Chin
; and in the Ninth district generally
as a legislator whose sjieeches must be
forced on him. .
He Hamilton G. Ewart, ISO pounds
weight it a bird !
The following paragraph credited t
Col. L. L. Polk, president of the nnlioiiiil
alliance, was, the Progressive Farmer ol
this week says, iiismcil by n printer'
error of "miike-u:" into n recent letter ol
Col. Polk's that li.is Ik-cii widely circa
"The democrals must carrv everv dis
trict possible. Thev cannot nlTonl to lust
one in Louisiana. The men who oppose
any democratic candidate lor tonjiess in
this state; the men who would c.iuscdis
sensious in the party ranks to-duy, or
briim about a split or division, are allies
of the republicans, co-operating with
Reed's congress to oppose and injure tin
south. Let thl in be known tor what
they really arc -enemies of white suprem
acy and civilization."
As Thk Citmkx iiioted this as coining
from Col. Polk it is ol course bound to
print the correction. Hut we do not un
derstand Col. Polk to say that the para
graph is not true; only that he did not
tny or write it.
The Charlotte Chronicle lakes the Ox
ford Day to task for saying that Jay
Could is responsible for much of the mis
ery i.nrl poverty of this country, anil
"In this country not much is known ol
Jny Gould. He is rather a retiring man.
Certain it is that no great crime, no
great ortense against public or private
morals, has been proved on him."
Il "in this country not much is known
of Jay Gould" it is a good month and
year to look up his record.
In the first place Gould is probably
worth lit least $100,00U,0IMI. How
much of that did he inherit? Not a dol
lar. How much of il did he cam honest
ly, in a manner that a man with a clean
conscience could approve? Probably
nut one hundredth part of it. Gould
was one of the first men in this country
to take advantage of the fact that while
the law guarded a Ion I of bread with a
great elaboration of police machinery, it
had not been framed lor the man daring
enough to steal millions. It is a matter
of exact knowledge, and we did not sti
pose an editor in North Carolina was ig
norant of the facts, that Gould wrecked
the Erie railroad, increasing it bonded
debt from $51,0(10,000 to $llo,o()0,ooo
in u few triers; that he bought courts
and legislators as the editor of the Chron
icle buys grocery supplies; that lie owned
one judge, Barnard, and surrounded him
with disreputable women and made him
hold court and give decisions where
champagne corks were plcnlierthnn law
books; that he bankrupted and brought
to "misery and poverty" hundreds of in
nocent persons; and that be finally was
compiled by the English stockholders of
the Erie road to surrender $H,U00,(Hio
worth of bonds to avoid criminal prose
cution. Gould still had other millions mndeout
of the Erie, and Wall street became nt
once the theatre of his operations. There
he brought about the gold corner tbnt
resulted in "Illaik Friday," the cause ol
the financial ruin of hundreds of small
Investors, of the death of a few, and
of the insanity of still a few others.
Then was born the first great mo
nopolist, for Gould with now a heart
hard ni flint and a conscience trained to
silence at a profession, proceeded to se
cure control of the Western Union tele
graph company, several railways, includ
ing the elevated system of New York city,
and, Incidentally, the transportation
facilities in and around St. Louis.
All this and a hundred timet more was
done under color of law, cither by buying
. Judges outright or legislators to make
laws to suit hit purposes.
Bo ran hit career. With millions piled
upon millions Gould hat made big thiev
ery to respectable that eveu a North Car
olina aewtpaier feels called on to defend
, . And yet given a man with a nice sense
of honor, an unselfish disposition, a wil-
,; lingoes to "live and let live," and what
dollar of aff Gould's possessions could he
''put hit hand on and say: "This was
' ' Wt have not commented on the extra
ordinary position of the Chronicle for th
mm take of rehearsing what wt sup
posed was known to every well-informed
man of mature yenra. But it is in the
nature of a public calamity when a guar
dian of public morals, us every newspa.
per must in one tense be, holds up the
career of a man like Gould liefort the
young of this or unv other State nnd
says that "no great offense ugainst pub
lic or private morals has leen proved on
against him," and that lie is a "retir
Such apologies as the Chronicle has,
we hope unwittingly, made lor Gould
create the breed of which young Ives, a
-.Napoleon or finance, ' was a conspicu
ous example only n few years ago. He
saw that Gould was respected, that he
was wealthier than any monarch, that
he hnd power over the welfare of thou
sands, and that, despite the known and
disreputable factsol his liiiiinciiil career, he
moved in what is termed heaven savctlic
nark ! "good society ;" had his horses,
his yacht, his tine countrv place, his
box at the opera, his friends among the
moral, the learned and the really good.
So ives started in Gould's "footprints on
the sands of time." He wrecked a rail
road ; with its bonds raised enough cash
to get control of a much larger road, and.
living like a prince, was proceeding gaily
along where Gould had blazed the way,
when he was grappled with by men who
saw his intentions and landed in the
Tombs. If he had had a few months
more of uninterrupted success he would
by this time have Ix-eu where the Char
lotte Chronic'e could sav of him, us it
says of Gould : "that hehasaddedgreallv
to the general prosperity of the United
Thk Asiikvii.i.n Citizkn is attempting
to prove that J. Wilev Shook, the politi
cal prophet ol the Great Smoky ninue. is
I he author of the speech against the toree
bill that gave to Ewart some ill earned
fame Winston Daily.
Not exactly. Tin; Citizkn has shown,
as part of the news of the day, that a
number of highly resicetcd gentlemen
have sworn that they heard J. Wiley
Shook say he help.-d Ewart write his
force bill speech and had hard work to
ijet him to deliver it.
Till-: census iiguies we printed yes
terday purporting to show the popula
tion of m.oiy Nortli Carolina counties,
we fold on cloc exa;. 'iualion to contain
several errors. ' '', shall republish llu
table as soon as Ihc figures arc at li: i lul
bv which to correct it.
The aniiour.cciiKTt that J. M. C. imp
licit w-il! m.-ikc a vi.iriais campaign liiv
the state senatorsaip tor this district is
welcome. Mr. Canipbelt is capable ol
making Ins mark in polities and of doiuu
jooil service in the senate.
I.NAltlK V.4Ml'i:'S I'OHITION.
lgHlii Ittit liilii l-'or llisr Itf . It
ol Hie Votr-rH,
The following letter to Mr. E. C. Pril-
liiigfuld, secrelarv ol the state alliance,
is so plain a slatenienl ol S nator Vance's
position on the sub-treasury bill that it
night to be understood by everybody,
iimI be satisfactory to all (he advocates
il the sub-treasury bill. Senator Vance
w i lies:
"Km. i:h. il, N. C. Hcl. in. ISiin.
Mv I'K.tK Sir: Since reaching this
cilv tO'dav I have learned that there is a
misapprehension here about niv po.sition
in regard to ihc sub-treasury bill, as ex
plained in mv smtch in Kaicigh on the
J.'ith nil. I said then ns pl iinlv :s I
ouKI utt r it that, il thai bill should Ik
leuiotislraleil lo lie constitutional by
iny decision of the supreme court,
ir r.herwisc, 1 would chrerlullv support
it, notwithstanding my objection to its
practicability, if the laruiers desired it.
I hat iKisition I still maintain. I turtlier
have stated uxm all occasions thai I
would gladly co-operate with any ira-ml
I the .. .ensure ill congress lo put II in
such shaiK', if iHissililc. as would make it
conformable lo I lie constitution.
In mv letter to Mr. Carr, the president
ol the state alliance, I declared mv friend
liness to the purposes ol the bill, and
stated that I would do anything to re
ave the limners Irom the iiiiiust legisla
tion by which they were aggrieved thai
the constitution of mv country would
ixrtint. Surely nobody can misunder
stand this. I trust you lo correct this
inisupprension so far as you may Ik able.
"erv truly tours,
"X. II. Vasck."
In his speech in Raleigh, Col. Living
stone, president of the Georgia Si ate Alli
ance, declared that within the last lew
lavs the supreme court of the I'mtcd
States had decided that the government
had the riuht to loan moncv. and that
therefore the sub-treasury bill was con
stitutional. II Col. Livingstone is cor
rect in his understanding ol the decision,
land we know that he is honest in his
minion, I then Senator Vance will cheer-
Hilly and heartily do all he can to secure
t he pas'age of the sub treasury bill.
CAM. HIM HIvRS-:.
Itoean't Attlievllle Nerd the Work
of Hum JoiichT
have attended the servicet of Kev.
Sam P. Jones for tendnyt in Wilmington,
and I nm convinced after a profound
study of the mini, his preaching, his
spirit, his work generally, that he is the
greatest, and grandest man upon the
A man of these times, who can call to
gether eight or ten thousand people from
three or four himdren milts around, mid
hold them together under the most
scorching, sarcastic language against all
manner ol sins committed liv men and
women, lor ten davs in succession, it a
power in human lorm, not seen on this
globe since the days ol Jesus Christ.
Durum his moots in Mimingtoti, bam
Jonet shook the city like an earthquake
irom centre to circumierenec. lie ran a
huu-snw through the centre of the Cape
l eiirl.lub; lie scorched and mimed the
ninety saloons in the city, till the mayor
did not have a case ol violation of the
laws to adjust. He attacked the liens of
inlnmy in the plnre till their inmates
poured into the meeting, weeping and
crying for mercy like chastised children.
He peeled all the hide from inniieiic
dudes and diidinct till thHr flesh was as
nude as a pealed orange; and he bin wed
up atheism with the dynamite of gospel
truth and logic, till the fragmentary par
ticles filled the air thick ns thistle downt
upon a tunimcr evening 't brecse.
For aale one vacant lot in Western
part ol the citv, near the cotton factory.
Apply to W. M.Janvis,
at Hearuen, Kanxin s v-o, t or to v., u.
Derr. BUnley'i Creek, N. C.
KWAHT WON'T SIGN,
What Kind of Ail Alllnnce-at-Law
IN He Anyway t
From Country Homes.
After being attacked by Mr. Ewart's
organ, we wrote to both Ewnrt and
Crawford, and asked these three ques
tions: Are von n lawyer, a member of
the farmers' alliance, and have you signed
the alliance demands ? In answer to this
Mr. Crawford savs;
"I do not think that I nm eligible to
in- mbership in the alliance since 1 have
taken a course ol law with n view ol ou-
tabling license. 1 havi signed the alliance
demands and licarlilv endorse the priuci
pies t Ik rem contained. I am glad I can
subscribe to t mm without making ntiv
apology to the democratic partv, every
one being incorporated into onr plat
form. 1 am glad that I have to take no
new position to get in line with thegrent
movement ol the people.
The demands were signed, properly wit
nessed and enclosed to us in the same let
ter and were officially sent to the secre
taries of the state and national alliance.
Mr. Ewart says that he had written a
letter for the press of lliis district wNch
would explain his position on the alli
ance. Sometime has elapsed, ai d as yet
ac have not seen in any ofourexchanges
up to this writing, October 10, the let
ter relerred to, tiicrcupou we will men
tion a portion of the private letter to us.
"I am a member of one of the stroni?cst
sub-alliances in lleirderson countv, in full
fellowship. I have not si :ucd the alli
ance demands, neither do I intend lo do
so. Mv past record in olhce is a sum
cient guarantee what my position will be
in the luture. w
To 1'eed Trul.
I'rom the SpriHjrlitM (Mass. I Republican.
The red question must be. is there tiny
ex use or iiisImicmmiiii i,r increased (Ill-
lies? Who is lo be liciictitcd bv these
hit; her prices, which evirv one of us must
pav tor almost everv thing we buv, lie-
aiiscoi i tic .niinicv inn.- wr, to uikc
a concrete case, w hat possible excuse is
thee lor raising Hie duty on linseed oil
seven cents a gallon to ,J cents, when
oulv ihitio gallons were iuiportvd in 1HS1I
out ot a consumption of ne.irlv 31), 000,-
001), and when this whole product iscon
trolled bv a trust w hich has raised tile
price from -iX to cents a gallon since
h ThlH a C'omnllnirntr
.'r.m the laitham ltlo,e
tti. roiili and r ady vernacular of the
(vi'.l and im.oIv "est, Tiik .Vsiumi.i.K Daily
1 it its' is a "curk.T."
CI KIM S' S.V 7' IT?
Mr. 'V. t',. Sapp, ol Jamestown, has n
disli w r.i. h l.as . ( idem ll griuvn Irom
to seed: ot t lie red turnip variety, and
they appear to have united and grown
l.iu'e:!,ir T'vnilueing six or seven radishes
all lie I ap lovetli.:- aseh silv as were the
S'ainesc twins I'.ni-iislioro Patriot.
The .tinniest man we ever did hear of
was in tiv v to-dav. lie said his wile
was sicl; and he w anted one ecu i 's w.irlh
ol ice. I'Ik-i.r in mi I. Id aim it would
melt hito'-c he zt li me, mid advised
him in take live ecu s worth. The
orcacher told !inn onei cut's wot th would
lie enough and tvr,'ipH-d the little piece
ol ice in his p .. la t ha' dia tchicl and went
a way .Colic 'pi Standard.
The Wake Forest eorresp. indent of the
K.iliigh Ciiroiii le says: tlaeofonr liest
eit v.i as owi.s a mill. lie had nn old
ij'.nsc lh:.t commenced laying in n bunch
il grass near the edge of the water.
Ileavv rains raised the water thro- feet
over the old old goose's eggs. The old
lady iK-eaine very anxious to increase the
aui'iilur of ig.;s in '.cr nest, and swnm out
on atom ol iusiectiou. She spied through
the unhid waters her treasure. M iking
a iliw to sec thai all was right, she came
b id: to the surface, put heiscll ip pioiR-r
position, and the egg "went down Giiila
jher" to the right place.
err tin t turinr ImkiiiK powder. Highest
f nil in Itiiv iiiittf Hirrtigth II. 8. On vein,
ill i n I K'rthTt. A tiif. ml 17. I MM1I n1v2Uf11v
'KI'.M'AM;KS I Akli NOTICH.
All HTm.n hit tmtifirri thttt fill titnfU he
Itiiiu'iiii to tlie tttut A-htilic Iimiro.cinei:t
I'omimnv rtml li ti. Can It r. In the vicinity of
tin- Mihihtir iMirtiijt Mini nt Anrriiic. are
.nl. H, il CAKKIKK.
t l Till tti
VI THIS I..XIHKH.
Miiitiime M. P Smith, of AT Hnuth Main
strt-e ,,er Law's store, h returned to New
York id lav in nn el, pant line of tine mlllin
i-r K"o Itv NovetntH-r 1 these vikhIs will
l''iM-md nn l nn e, lill.lt ofhr artistic work
iiinile A timl einss dress ronking. lk.t
li: Kii'irnu-e. d.
,,. t -oil I
Real KHtutc Agent.
AM) I.OV I1KOKKM,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MOHUAN't BOOK STORE)
Mnne,v lunneil unri well wen red at H ivr rent,
knil llAtiite tiatnrlit nnd .old at nubile and
privntr nnl? Mi-ni. eollreled. I wintlueted a
itriil l-Klute anil Atiriion liuslnes. in Charlin.
ton, M C, ten venrs, anil will five prompt
iitlenthm to all nttalnes. put in my enarae.
News and Hviitlmcut and the
Ilcbt Family Journal lit
The weekly edition ol the Mmina-neld
iMiix.I Republican, recently enlnrgrd to 13
panes or H enlumns. ammls the Inst we kly
newspiiiier and lamlty Journal eomtilned in
the country. It ! ably an ' carelully eillt.d
In nilUltion to a full review of the news every
week, It nimt.hjs a vaat amount of Interest-
tins, entertaining and vnluahle readlna mat
ter, emlirnrlns a rich lltcalur department,
storm lof the yonus and old, sermons and
relislous news snd dlacusrlon, special eorres.
pundencc, well written idltnrlals, a depart
ment fnr women, another Ibr farmers, news
of the theaters and sports, orlainat and se
lected poetry, nrquent siNrcial articles, etc,,
etc. It Is sold fur
ONLY l A VKAR,
or 10 cents a month for shorter periods. Send
for a free sample eopr All nhactiptlone pay.
aide In advance.
entftrfntwut SprinKneld. Mans.
attiurlsn residence, one mils from ettv on
Mrrrimnn avenue road, hantUnmely and
eompletciy furnished and tqnipuedi esonlslle
vinw extensive Hrounl.l iwo.lresh Jeraey
eojva; winter sardt-nt horses and vehicles il
devired. l'o.Mion aiven 1st of Novemlier.
Owner oeeupyins In tufnmrr only would
make permanent arrnnicrment with party
de.trlnff a winter residence. Address
septOdtf P. U. LUCK BOX 088.
Hundreds are taking ad
vantage of the ''Grand Open
ing" which continues at Bos
tic Bros. & Wright's. The
building as yet is open, ex
posed to dust, wind and cold
WHves, 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, sheetings, blankets,
trunks, domestics, window
curtains and everything else
you will need this winter and
save big money at
Bohtic Bkos. & Whight's.
Fronting Court Place.
No. 3 Pattou Arcnnc,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLB STAND
We are now ready, nnd in
ite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call nnd ex-
junin our well seliH'ttl stork
Which we are offering at roek
bottom prices. Undertaking
a spin-in I feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 73. night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The ratlr stock of
Including Hoc Hrooche, Buttons nnd Bract
1-8-0 HE-THIRD OFFML-3
Regard tea. of eoat, as we latrad ( the fatal
to keep anthiac bat Solid Oold and
terlins Mirer Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
South Main St. Aataevllle.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.,(T.stC.A.R00MS.
Open dally, aseept Mnndafs, Iroas 10 a. a,
until 1 p. s., a,id 6 until T p.
The terms of suhwrlptiou mi On rear
S3; S nosM ll.DOi a raos., ft) 1 aaoSOeta,!
Officer, for IS SO fraideaf, Chartas W.
Woolsey Vlee-Preeideot, Thos. A. Joaes 1 lee.
and Treamnr, 0. Wiuos i Mhrarlaa, Ulat
B. J. Hntek.
Cltlarn. and visitors are cordially tattled
to inspect the entnloffvc and inacrihe their
name. a. otemorm aa"nn
(Hneet'sors to Dalrd at Rtetor.)
No. a8 North Main Street.
ai'PIIKIOR Pt.OtlR MANt'PACTtlRKD
FOR Ol'R TRAUB, ALL RISKS,
TE SELL FOR IS.40 PER HUNDRED.
Iteainnlas toay the baircaf baalara. for
merly carried on hy The AsIwtIII Ptreet (all.
way Conpaay wlH be continued by the an.
erslaed aadtt tha SMtata of .
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER PO,
I will be (lac to acre sy frkaoa, and will
promise prompt attention to aU order, ea,
traated to m.
oinee at street Railway Company's olBoe.
Telephoas Mo. IS. Raspvetrnlly,
, M.JONM, Aaeat.
eptenber 19, llieO,
THK KQVITABLB LIFB
B. D. Monroe, Afft
Askeellte, N. C.
Ofllet 89 SoaU Mala stmt. aalS dtf
WE ARB HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WB, HAVE THIS WEEK IN
CREASED TUB CAPACITY AND FA
CIL1TIES OF Ol'R
WE HAVE SECURED SEVERAL
Fl RST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY T00IVE
OUR FRIEND9-A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINE (J'JALITY, AT VERY REASON A
BLE RATES. CALL IN AND SHE US;
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL FULL AND ACTIVE, AND WE
CAN GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK BROUGHT IN.
WEAVER i MYERS,
THE SHOE STORE
39 Fattow Avenue.
E. H. BKITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER,
Al.o irro'ilng of all kinili, iloue. All irik-r
promptly filled nnd work Ruarsntecd. L'nn
lie found at all times M Ornhiim's Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General t Insurance I Agent
Rear No. 20 South Main street.
K.tnbli.hcd lHAR. A.heville, N. C
ault dl v
English and French
B0AR0IN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE QIKL8,
No. 4U Preach llrontt Avenue.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
I For many yearn Associate Principal ot Mt
Vernon Institute, naltliu.in-.)
Aasl.ted by a corp. if oinpenient tencHen,
B. H. COSUY,
(Huccoiaor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVKNU1!,
NBXT IHIIIK TO O AND CBNTKAL HO-
TKI., ASIIBVII.I.B. N. C.
MEDICATED BAISAM VAPOR
T If yn hnve a-'y None, Thront or t.uilsr J
t on application I wills-nd a pamphlet
T descriptive of A.heville and aim the In- j
hnllnK treat- ent rce with Tint ol qres
tlnns to lie answered by the patient '
when ordering Home Treatment. This H
treatment Is aa effective a. the omc '
OPPICB NO. an PATTON A VKNI'B,
A.heville, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
REVCLL & WAGNEH,
aceess ,rs to Kopp a l.ichtenlicrger,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffer, roasted on the premises daily, and
ground for every customer.
Full Line of Table Supplies.
Free delivery. A full line of Feed, fmnl.bed
at wnniesale prices.
8 PATTON AVKNI K.
Telep one No. 00.
Of PourHP thorn' monoy in
printur'H ink. but thp ninn
who makPH tlie tnoHt intclli
frntUKeof it kptm tin moHt
monoy out of it. ItdoPH not
pny to odvortiRe uoniething
you liuvpii't tfot.ornnythinjr
you rannot ilo ana do woll.
The ninn who odvprtiHP.s n
frnud uiUHt havp a "irood"
fraud, nnd he who advertirieH
harKaiiiH in noodH niUHt b
prepared to satiHfy hia -uh
Wf.1. R. PENNIf.1AN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK ' WORKS,
AaheTllle, N. C.
P. O. Bast p.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has rsceiveo a fine lot of
With the latest styles of handles-.liver
plated and oaldlssd. Also (large supply of
Of the Latest Bdltloas.
57 59 & 61 S Main Street, Abbeville, N. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TILL OCTOBER 20.
STONE CHINA AND PRESSEO GLASS.
A dLcount of 1.1c on every dullnr on reKU
I r gooil., and a lot of mills anil end. lielnR
cloned out at hnli price.
A lot of Import samples, very choice but
only a few piece of a kind nt about halt
CHAMBER SETS DECORATED.
Large nets, Bond decorations, nt SH.OR, or
with jar, S.liB.
New decorations, very nice, $4 ou, or with
jar, S (IS.
Very line sets, fl.(i to 30.im.
Uood Knm Lump., 3Sc each.
A lot of I'ine I'arlot l.nmp, odd, being
closed out at One Hollar eiu-h ureal bar.
Pinno Lamps, $H flu, ll 00, $lflo und
$-.S 00, complete.
To close out nil pr.ncni stock .will be sold
at 98th per cent. dlHcnunt.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feel of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A tnttilrm first clmm tmtrl. Hot nnd cold wHtrr nnii bath nnd toilets on ererjr floor,
...ret tir hrllp In rvcrv mum. tpcn Utc Innflia and it rates In lrd rooms. Office, dining
room, lunch counter. Hirnr and iii vyk siarrn and linr and Mlltnrd room on first floor. Bice
i nt ctrret .tr fit iloor every 3U minutes. Richmond and Danville mil mad catinn hotiM,
?0 minuti for .icals.
RATES, i.oo PER DAY.
A. G. II ALL.Y1JURTON, Prop.
.1. M. iirvan nnd WAI.TFR (iRtTliM. clerks).
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING
Pini.he.1 thmuahnut In Antlnue Oak,
Hawed oak. Willi. draed with Uncrusta -
For further Informatioa e&ll oa
"r'' ssffMf!. Tf
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
join sd tn . . .
$lQO REWARD I
For anyone who wll buy a pair of Ornham Shoe, and not set value received Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
uBt above Partners' Warehouse. . '.''
ASHEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chrapi.t .tore onrnrlh Handle nothing i.ut Flrl-cln. Goods, and Intend to treat
evertlindv klilHT. We keep hmi,-.male Hhoes of everv kind. Home-made Jrana, Home
made MaliU Home mu le Homeailc. Hon e- ale linillaa. We warrant evory air ol
Aibevllle he Co.'n shoes. . . i - '
A.heville Dry Goods Co.,
L O. HOWtLL. Msaaster.
Howard Promt anil Mill. Iloleamlie in with us.
MI'.KUIANTM AN" PAKMtfHH VATIONAL HANK. NO. I?ll,
"Cliartott., N. C.. April IK, ".
I res-ard th Northwestern Miitml as one of th i best cumpaules in esl.tence. t"'n
without rirrolion one ol ihc souiiesl orKmilssilons anil the PMt for the policy "o.-r. I
now hold ilic-e p Helm In thl. comunnv nnd would not chsn. thsoi lor aav other, asyuiv.
Iilrnil. nn-mucli lanirr than nny other ei.mpnnlis In whhh eswrytlfe Inyurance, aaa my
If.urnn.e .if.- Im this n any other The affairs of the company-are safely and.onsirva.
livelv 11 nuiiaeil; tiiey pay promptly and are esiecdlniriy fair and liberal In their ilcallBfa
with their Ice holders T . ' ."l J;fi f'AtuJ'u
Pres. MerchanU and Farmers National Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
I'.ltNBvHT I.. HSrHtMi
Sieclsl Aa-at Mr A'esura N.rth Carolina
OF WILWAl'ltUB, W1HC0NKJN. ,
Thl. Companv Inane, all form, of ordinary l.lfr, llmlowmrnl, Limited Life and Heml.Ton
llne polli-li-s I hi. Companv trnii.ncln 111111111111)' luon- than double the buaiaaas -1 anv
purely American Company, t hnn no Hiictunllnii securities, aad Is debarred by Its charter
Irom ever owninii sny, aii'l dors Htricilv nn Atni-ncnn llunliMsn. .. . , .f .
Its dividends the larssat ol any I.Ik- t'umpany, octll d!lw
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In A.I ev II Hold, riimrsdr, do nut slve Inv
klnsdom. I will Mil thee a lot at a r, ii.nnnble
prim. I will end thee money t.ir-rect s house
therei n, I will tnaurc tlier lis nrnl clan fire
innuranct Vomiatly. t v. ill sell yon one of
Hull's line bonne nulrs lo keep tliy silver. Jew
els, etc., In. II ysii v ant to rent I will find
you t good ten ml. Ifynu waul your rents
rolleeteil I will collect them lor you, I will
kupe lo nee vou soon I will srtvr nromol and
enrnest attention lo all ImisPic tmt In my
htinda. FNIillllHKK Ml'TI.KLKlH. , .
Ileal Kalate A sent,
sentnirllm WM Paitna Av... Ashavlll.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY. 1
li II U.O.C." Iluras ' - -T
Pnnranla Hieleturo. I'onialns no
serld or poisonous nhstsnrr., and
Is s;naranlid slxolntoly hnrmlsaa,
la prMirlled be phjnlelnns ana
rsvsMnemdf.1 by cTrwaarMa. IMra l.
Sold b dniaal.ia. Hawar. r Mnb.
ro RALu R
MTNH - MRTR, MNIYmOI, N, 0
L A W,.-
, , , ., TABLE KNIVES. .
A lot of White Handle Imitation Ivory
knives nt $1 OO ier set, worth 1 TS.
A lot of Celluloid Handle Knlrcs at l us
per set, reirular price $3 70,-' S J
Only n few sets of Ivory Handle Knives
(sllg.itly dincolored) at 3 4S-per set a rare
bnriiuin. , .
MoHers snil Mcrl 'en Triple I'lated Knlveit
nt ft 7fl per set. I'orks to match, same price.
A lot of o ld patterns of Rogers' Tea
Spoons, Table Spoon, and Porks at wonder,
fully low prices. . 'c '
I wish to close out all Roods I am over.
Imkrtl with, and many odd lines that I will
not buy aKnlu.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
nn lieen arranKeU for all odds and) ends, ad
marked In plain figures.
My line of fine China Dinner, Tea and Tol.
let Sets, Art Tottery and Starling Ware ia
one of the Aneat in the south.
All are Invited to call and examine the
ROOM FITTM SITU WATfRrW-OSET.
-..- "--Jk.S II I Is- tlv SS.sCt
Parlor and Recsptloa Hall Unlsacd la yuarUr-
Jaa. 1, 'B0:A.t 37,ltfl.B70.tll
rtarplus, 4 pent... 8.oo,u47.ao
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY : -
A NBW DP III), carefully prepared by (cad
ma member nt taw Annan
III bar loa
ami iareJiaat and heavy flat papwr),
.tins all necessary point., just oat ana
on sale at the office of the Cms an Pva
aale at the office of the Cratsaa Pvaussi
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I nm Co., M. Mnrth f nw Jlaaor. rsta