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ASflEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENIXG, NOVEMBER 1, 1M.
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-T. 11. C'iiliill.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
Hv R.YXtHll.lMl-KKRK I'KINTINO CO.
The iuu.vCitizkn. Iiriniu-rntic, miuitillMhet
every aitrrnium iesccit Suu.iuyi at the lul
lowing rule. utrtcltv cuHh:
One Year $.(
Nil Miltltll. H.OI
Three Month. l.fli
'inrMunlli . ft!
THK Ua.ll V CITIZIvN
la on .ale at the following place. In Aiilirville
HATTUKV i'A K K N U WS ST A N II.
I.KN KtK'K Ni:VS STAM'
MOHia CIOAK STORK, I'Mttun Avr.
J. CAK3U.VS NliWS STllKK, Surtli C'uurl
S.VTTRDAV. NOVKMHIiK 1. lHilll.
I'm you roister? II you dm youi
pl.iiu duty is hut half iwrfurmcci. I.n
your jilims to-day to ;ivc up Tuohday to
voting hiuI to i-cin,! Unit every dcmir
rrat uf your ii'.-iiiiniutaiicc vote. If you
buvt a iifinhbui who will lie unable tu
Krl to the polls without your help, at
that he jjcts it. M.ikc war on the demo
cratic stavut-liotiics. tk-t them out and
to the pi'lls. Kvci v elTort you can pui
lurlb lit cverlastiiiKly worth while be
CHUM it will be an ulurt in the cause cl
deccul o,oeinuiciit, economical Koveru
meiit, Koverniiiciit without a cur, ov
ernmeut for the ciile and not for pen
ion slmrks, for trusts or for muniiKlits.
lion't forget the count v ticket. It is om
to le proud ol. livcrv man lias Ik-cii
proven worthy of your confidence.
Then there aie the legislature and tin
senate; don t turret the uoiuiiietH loi
those placet ot trust.
In other words vole the dciuoctuiii
ticket struiulil and wc that evei t Imili
Supp'ikr Mr. Miller saved a iliousaiii
doll.irs i ji.ir? Accorilin to the hhi
niiiU calciil.aor ul I ill. 1 1 1 ii.n he wi.uli
have lell Ins tvitKiu .'?,oimp. Ill, it
would Ik' :i l.iu ink- ol nioiiev to theeve
of a iiiiiiisluil ncvvsiMiHT man. l!.n whin
would It Ik to the millionaire senators
w ho siuaii'!.r ,.s much in as many chits'
What wuul.l it U- to il.c mini whoo'cu-
pud the Minoii oi Mr. Miller, siuiiiKun
I he Ik lu ll oi ll.c Inkiest judicial liiliniinl
in our luuiurv ; furhaiu IiIuIk,-.
What that sum would be to "the mil
lionaire Miuilurs" or to Mr. Miller lias
lit much to do with the gucsiiou as the
I'.lobe has to do wiih ruiniiiu,' the mm.
The ieriuiii interested is Mrs. Miller, e
teemed latoiuer, and $i.'7,inn) in lur n'
vision now would prevent the kind
ol an apcal to conyiess that lusitcc Mil
Irr's own wood sense ul the proprieties
would have condemned had the ioiut
been prisvnted him.
We notice n ioiuciiiHirirv very dole
fully pi idictt that unless the salaries ol
the judges of the sitprcuie court arc ad
vanced it will, before m.mv years, lie im
Kisilile to nil the Ih-iicIi with the rilit
mnterml iH-cause iod In w vers can make
more ihun $1ii,imio a year. There is 110
eiiuse lor worry on that scoie. Main
lawyers now c.utiiiu; $.'11,111111 a year
would K'nilly accepl n place on the su
preme bench at hall that figure, with the
mldrd honor and assured Misitioii fin
In fact we know 11 1 the present time ol
u luwyer with an income said to be $l.r,
llOU annually who has set up a "bureau"
to push bis claims Ulore the president
for the vacant judgeship. He is not a
North Carolinian and does not deserve
striies on a Inre staff, rode out ol
town in a pourinu ruin and met Mr,
Ewart three miles away." Highlands
A noiiv ol horsemen. 1 here were
just ciKht men mul the horses were most
Iv mules. Conic. Messrs. Cue-hurts, be
accurate just n little bit.
Tun I'niteil Stales express company
sacriliccs $100,000 worth of business in
a venr by refusing to carry Louisiana
lottery letters nnd pnckiiKes. There's a
quality of virtue that other express com
panies could well imitate with 11 distinct
Kuin to the morals of the whole country.
TliiiRK were seventy articles or items
of news und comment in vestenlay's Or
I2KN. No other paper approaches Tiik
Citizkn in its especial lield. which is
Wesleru North Carolina, Apprise voin
neighbor of that (net.
I'rum the tltutmville Sniidntark.
This vear ncarlv all the county conven
tions of the republican party have Utu
dominated by federal otlicials and the
federal influence controlled the state con
vention. A revenue collector was elected
chairman of the state committee and
this committee elected ns its secreturv
the chief clerk ot the same collector, his
only opponent lniiiK the chict clerk in the
otliceol tn- oilier collector. .Now tin
new collector of this district is too busy
in the camp.iittu to take 1 barer of the
nflicc to which he has been appointed,
ami still mil limp is said about "pern.
cuius activity" on the part of lederal otli
cials, both parties parties taking this ns
a matter ol course when the republicans
are in power.
The Record Hlid the lHri.
Prom a Spech li.v Iinvnl A. Welti.
From 1SH to lxiiii thr democratic
party had full control of every branch ol
the tali-nil government; mid duriiij; all
this time it never ave the count rv Im
trade lor one hour. It enacted a I arid in
X4U which imposed an average rate o
duty of about XI tier cent. It was a tar
iff passed amid the most dolciul predic-
nuns 01 111c rum umi it was in iitltlK t
'Hisiness. It succeeded a higher tarill
than had 1h-cu known for several vears.
and it was n lower tarill' than tariff re
tormers now nsk. The chauue was so
reat that even some conservative peo
ple of low tarilf views were inclined to Ik
loubiliil ul its elite I. In point ol fact.
it led 1 lie nation into the most prosiiei-
us era it had ever known.
Tlie Kallwai t'oiiiuilnnlon.
Kroni the Hi. kory
We are tally and uneipiivocally com
mitted to such a railroad commission as
is demanded by the "K. C. club, of Bun-
.oinlie," that will protect the riijhls and
mleresis tit the jieople. to have power to
reuuiate and correct discriniinutions in
retains and other ciiarges and to adjust
1 schedule ot taiitVs favorable to the ix-o
pie anil just to the railroads, nnd thai
110 secret rebates be allowed.
The THrtll In Indeed it Tai.
i'ri.m the btriimfl(M Krpul.lu-an.
It i lull 1 n w Itliin the i.'aily i-iM-rli nee ol
ill thai hreausc il hls hiKhc-r taritT ve nmsl
a anvw ht-rr tri.iii .1 tu 40 KTi-eut. mure lur
Iress uuuils. hosiery, linens, iinihrwrar, sail
njis, clonkiiit;.. lutt.-n-. Iinini;s. ItraMis, up-
hotsu-rcil Miriuture, (.-'iisn 11rr, eriK-hrr.
lai-rs. curtnitls, eulh-ri , caiiM-t. dried frutls.
mntd .rui.. ns nn.l tniinln rlen nnli1t-
n hi. h su)iri I he lilr and ad! to tla-eomtorl
I the jM'.'iilr.
I'timi the liiirlMn I'.lolir
The n-nn.itietneti N t.r..it 10 Hnni.uitir,
in iiiorii 01 ti.ii, iiroMii;iiiii, tlmt yi-sii-nlav,
liet-.veeu tin-hoiiis a iml -i n'cloek, v.c
ilililrd 'hror eulirty new eh:iim to our eiato
run i..n:sr xi:s
i Ko.M kru i:koux.i.
NO HUNICFIT TO LABOR.
A Republlcait tonfcMHloii That
TellH the Truth.
I'roio the New Vork Post.
The firm of Foster, Stevens Co
hardware mcrcliatits, of Grand Knpids,
Mich., who are certified as "lilc-lotu; re
publican," issued a circular of McKiulcy
prices in their trade not loin; ago, The
coiiclnd'iii; parUKraph in their circular
has nut attracted the attention that it
ieserves. We aceordinuly reprint it, and
commend it to the attention ot Senator
John Sherman, ol Ohio.
"The tendency ol the limes seems to be
ctwsnlitlntutn. thus ctnilihiiK lar:e cor
noralions ti nroiltict the a'ooi7 i.'ieaier
mul . them lit h higher uricc. We fail
to lind, however, in all the consolidation
oi various hues ot guuds a single in
stHiur, notwiihstnudim; the mlvAiice
thev put 011 jjoods. where they haveni-vmicr-l
the ;mv ' l.ilmr 11 cent. If the
eonsinner who purchases lasl does not
pay this increased cost we do not know
who does. If he reaps any K'rsoual licn
elit troui il we would like to knew where
it comes in. This is not a political docu
ment, hut a fair siateineui ol tin condi
tion ol certain tines of business as we
d.iilv conic in contact with them."
The italics are in the oriuiual circular.
There is certainly urcd ol the imuu-diaie
presence of Mckinley at Grand Kapidsto
tell this linn thai cheap axes, saws, cut
lery, tin, i;lass, inc. ammunition, etc.,
are the sin of a cheap country, or else nl
Mr. Kccd to tell them that the Mckinley
hill will make cheap prices in ibe course
of lime, and thus make a cheap country,
or of lllaiuc to tell iheiu that there is no
middle ground bctweiu the Mckinley bill
ami tree trade, or of some other hard
puslud republican oraioi to tell them
that the Mckiuliy lull has put more
thinu'S 011 I he lice list lliail ant other t ar
itV bill ever parsed in this eoiintrv. Ccr
laii.ly sonielio ly is wanted at I'lrano
Kapids to "lake down" Foster. Stevens
ruts u:.xs m sixi:ss
The Grand Opening to Oc
tober "cut prieeH" will clow.
You have been HNinible in
hiking advuntnge of thiw big
reduction. It hm Havwl you
money. Tell your neighbor
the "circuH"' will hoou eloHe.
Advise him to do h buying
of all winter good at once
before thiH opportunity jasn-
ew and the tariff will beadded.
If he delay Ihh purchaMeH a
day too late he will readily
underHtand how the tariff ef
fect h the pocket of the poor.
A few "jobn" in drew goodn,
some Hats at a drive, uur
shoe stock is not surpassed
by any. Iteniember ilateand
HoMTic Hnos. & Wkksht'h,
Fronting Court Place.
W.A.Hi.air. J.V. Kkown.
Mr. k.ibb's shiuule mill near l.enoir
was burned last wee k. Loss $."1.111111.
The Maxtoii fair wasa urand sn.-cess
On the lasl dav 4.IMUI tickets were sold
it the jiale.
Mrs. ( mill is sl ill in Mnri.lu . and
does not intt nil uniiiii on the stace. but
will remain here. She ;els In-rliusliaiid
proR-rtv. Scout. (
Some il.-ies iil'o ;i frown viild turWi i
was caiiuhl iiy nil cinht-vear-oid daucht- 1
erof Mr. II. M. I'erry. near his houst . I
bout live null north of here. I'ittsburo i
W'Tlir prospects for etablishiii(f 11
chair factory in Murphy are llalteriu;.
PoTThc I'm ham Sim was shown sonn
lieautiliil siHCimeiis ot pink and L'reen
uraniie. which came Irom K. li. l.von
plantation 111 1 linnet county.
W"A mine has Ihtii discovered neai
UMord which yields Titanium, a most
vaiiiaiue 1111 Int. 11 is wortli f.VJ an ounce
and plenty ol it is said to Ik- there.
VatTX scheme lor the buildint! of a new
hotel on a first-class scale in K.ilcili is
isfinj! must lavoralilt considered, rh'
File most talked ol is in the immediate
vicinity ol t lie c.'ipitol. flic estimated
cost is plaetd at $loil,llliO.
HaThe mutual land and miiniifiictur-
111c, eoiiiiaiiy.of whiili M. I.. Iiuke is pres-
11 un 1 ami 1. 11. 11. naase is general
innn.'iL'cr. opened their booksnud thetirsl
roll niii ot the box $.iti.uoi worth ot
stock was sold. Tlnscompaiiv will build
mid own their niauiitncliiriiiK establish.
menls. Iiurham t'dolie.
to" Salisbury Watcluiian : The llainil-
tui mine was sold last Monday to thr
Moratock niinin j eoinnanv lor.r,illi noil
This properly is in til. I s harrie river
listrict. This I, ml ai pieseui nrobahlv
has in. ire i;ild in sit lit than nuv other
mine in the stale t the Kussrll mine
ihcoulv wink ''iiiiik done is in kecpini!
the waler down, but it i irported that the
mill u ili Ik' rnuiiii,K' aj;aiu in 11 lew days.
M the Xpiialacbiau. ten stamps are run
uiujs on no. ul ore II is reported that n
a plant will lie put up very shorilv nl
1 lie Morris Mount. on mini', and work
vol! Ik carried on 011 an extensive scale.
C'A7..l 7 7;'.S ninny ;i rit iasiress;
;.V..l'ii..s' mum an 01 Imsim-:
MiVIVHS ninny 11 1I11II ih.m'wss;
Ai'Sc"' tunny n hst msiiM'ss;
S.'i:S mane 11 mihnu hufhmt:
I'KliSl.HVi.S many it hirclnisitirss;
NX'f-Vi'.S success in nny htishies.
Tti inlvcrtise iiiioisi'. we the ci
minis nt'" llir Citiien." kerylnnly rewls
it; nvi in Tvimi lion lo the returns it
vielils ml ei users, its lines lire the eheuf
est in thr rt'iinti v.
V.VLKkl three tnal and three convic
lions weiewninn Turn Woollolk, utlieor
Kin, who was banned the other day,
murdered nine persons in one niht. Yet
in most solemn Iiiiiiiu-ikc and wiih a tle
ti'eiinor that could have been culled 1111
eihilnlioii of bravado, but which more
resembled the calmness horn of hope of 11
blessed hereallcr, be protested his inno
cence un the scalfolil. lie died professed
Christian; nnd the two clergymen who
attended him differed in opinion m to Ins
Kuilt. Has nn itiiioeent man been
handed f liiuocint men have been
haiixid before mi .v, but probably never
one whose bearing 111 his lust days so
contradieteil the circumstantial evidence
that convicted him.
W tl-rrostt that the Kcntlrmeu who
go near buntmft with a bear that doesn't
want to be hunted and isn't a bear that
menaces the peace of this community or
it supply of mutton are out for a good
time and nothing else. Hut really, if they
should stop to think the matter over we
believe they would hardly decide that
the proceeding was one that added
greatly to their dignity or to their rep
utation men who of course would not
Inflict pain needlessly. Hut il brum must
he chased, give hint a great big chance,
gentlemen, a SMrlsinnn's chance, fur his
lilt. Then, it he be cuughl, kill him
quickly and cut him with a relish.
Tim republican press of the ninth dis
trict Il not at f II satisfied with the work
of TliaClTUKK In this campaign. T11K
ClTUftN ought to be loved by the democ
racy for the enemies it has made.
"A body of horsemen, led on by a vet
eran oft be war bearing the stars and
Maj, W. II. Hrvsoii. w ho nassed his
1'nd birlhilav 011 the Nth nf this month.
recalls n considerable I. ill ot snow 011 the
li'ith ol HcIoIkt nearly lift v years ago,
The Maxtou Inion learns that a
until ol the iinmeol Kuvshoioue Mcleod
at John's station, on the C. P. fc V. V.
K., Thursday mullt. and that Mcleod
died in about tweuty-lour hours. Kav
There have been more rumors about
when passenurr trains on the Western
Norlh Carolina mad would run to To.
niotln than ever Carter hnd outs, hut we
are reliably inlormed that regular trains
will run to this place next week. Mur
"Many ople," says a Knleigh letter,
"will rememuer I'rolessor (? C. W. Mill
man, who used to teach penmanship here,
lie is now charged with the thclt ol dia
monds vulued at $'J.0O0. from some town
in I'eniis.yUnnm. He is ulso wunted at
VliHSttXS AXO 1'LACK.s.
An iiKANiik inensuriiig u foot ill eiicuui
lervncc bus leeii found in Starke, t lis .
Tim police authorities of Atlanta, On.,
arc being sued lor damages by the owner
of n gaminghouse whose"toolsol trade"
were burnt niter u raid in IHHt,
Two horses were drawing an express
wagon in Scuttle, when thev touched nn
electric wire that bml fallen ucross the
street, both animals were instantly
A mix of Italian rabbits has been
received in I'al.itka, Flu. The animals
are noted lor the length of their ears,
some of them measuring IM inches from
tip to tip,
A uil.l.KS nt Oiithcalogn, ('.a., found
the wheels in the mill chiL'tfed so that
thev would nut work. After inking Ulln
pounds ol eels out ol the wheels turned
Kijiiknt (.oris Stkvknson, the novelist,
I expected lit huglanil next month, lie
is returning with the intention of nr
runuiug bis albiirs in liiiuiand and set
tling permanently in Samoa.
Mist Lou Cociimank, n comtiositor at
Oregon City, luccrssiully muiiiniiliiles an
engine that runs the presses, and thor
oughly understands the working of the
machinery to the minutest detail,
tl. H. McCartv, of lxiugton, Ky
hna a dog which not only trees the 'im'is
urns, but climbs the tnxsnnd bringsthem
down. He was seen to do the like a lew
nights sinrc, baving climbed 'JO leet from
the ground up a straight enppliug. J
No. ja Pattou Avenue,
M AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE lUIR'l OLB STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lie generally to cull and ex
amine our well select! ntock
Which we are offeringat rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7". night
BLAIR & BROWN.
WK ARB HAITY TO ANNOUNCK
THAT WR HAVlt THIS WEI5K IN
CKKASUli TUB CAI'ACITY AN1 FA
WH HAVH SKCl'KKD SliVKKAI.
Mli.Vi, AND AKK NOW KI1AI1Y TOOIVI
Ol'K I'KllvNUS A SIM.i;.Mili FIT AND
I'lNIi Ql'AI.I I'Y, AT VKKY KBVSoSA-
HI.K K VTKS. CAM. IN AND Sl-Ii I'S;
AM. WK ASK IS A TRIAL.
OCR K'KI'AIR DI'l-AKI'MliNT IS
STILL I'd. L AND ACTIVIi. AND WL
CANIIIVK I'ROMI'T ATTENTION T
ALL WORK IIRorc.HT IS.
WEAVER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central PaHnenjjer Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
K. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.OER,
Also iiruillna of all kinds done. All urilrr
promptly Ailed sntl wtirk jiusrsnteeil Chi
Im riii.nd si ll Ilium nt OrHlmm's Cutlnp
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON.
fictieral 1 Inaurunce 1 Aueul
Mrar No. SO Htiuth Main 111M.
.thilllr. N. 1
I iTrsnt i,r ttirlnr Ifnhins fHiwdrr. Hlahrsl
f nil In IrMvmiiiK utrrtiKth C. H. Onvrrn
nirnl KriHiri. Aus ml 17, IkNU uly2lidly
SHi-lllNt In Trrstlng
FALLING HAIR ANO SCALP DISORDERS.
Offli-r llutirs: Ha m. to 3 p. m.
No. 9 North Slain Mreet.
Inmllil l.niiu-a Wnltrd iinst IhrlrMumrs.
CKI.KIIKA I'lill "SI'.WMAN NHKVK TON
IC" (IN HAI.K.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Asrnl flir Nrrtn. Vrrrk Wnnkn Mills.
North Main AsIwtIII, N.C.
W. II. A. WILLIAM,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Ciir. IUkIc and Vall.y stmts.
Hhm-li Matirra.. fit nil Mini mstirra.,
tr, nn Slnitlrs ui k mattn m. J nil. Htrsm
mmlni., cottnll tnl. SI 7A llnir msttrvniirs
inmlr in urilrr. I ihnl.ii'iini( nrutl snd
mi.iHniiniiv nniir ai inw pncis
The rnttrr trk ol
Plated Jewel r,
Ini-luillns llnr HrniH-hr., Hiittfin. aad Bravs-
l-:j-0 N E-THIR D OFFI-1-8
KcirHrfllfMi nf riMi, wf Intrml is the Itttnrr
ti krrp notblng but ttolld Onlrl anil
fttrrttay Mirer Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Eng;IUh and Preach
B0ARDIN6 AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LADIES AND LITTLE 6IRLS.
Nu. 40 French Hruad A.rauc
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
For man; yrara AaMHiaw FrtnrlpMl vf Mi
irrnoii la.iiiui. naitttnorr. 1
Aaalsud by a corp. af comprntrnt tcavher
A modern Amt cIbh hntel. Hot nml cold water hhH bat hi nnd toilet on erere floor..
HI ret tie IwUt In every room. Uien Hre In oHu and Krntcti In bed roumi. Offivej dlnlnr
mom. lunch counter, vinnr ant! new ntand and lutr nnd hllllard room on fimt floor. Klec
trie ntrret earn pan door evrry 'JO minute. Klchmond nnd Panville railroad eating boueH
in minute for mel.
RATES, fa.oo PER DAY.
A. O. IIALLVBURTON.Prop.
J. m. BKVAN sud WAI.TKK URKKN, ClerkH.
. H. COSBY,
iHucvror to C. Cowan t
7 PATTON AVENl'Ki
NltXT IllMlK TO III. ASH CKNTMVI. III.
Ti;i AHIIIIVII.I.II. N C.
M-pt Ail I J
illPlNI) : OXYfiEN
South Main Ht. Aabcvllle.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2t PATTON AVE., I V. M. C. A. ROOMS. 1
ilpn dallf, sipt sadays, Itoas 10 a. as.
until t p. m and 0 until 7 B.
The tmna ol auharrtptloa art: Uo tar
$U ; mo.., It .HO : H mna.. Hit mn narta.:
daily il eta.
rimers tat tatM Hraaliirat, CbaHea W.
Wnolatyi Vln-Pmridnit. Thoa. A. Joaxa: arc
and Trra.arrr, D. Wataoa: Llbrarlaa. MIm
8 j. Hatch.
Cltlirn. and rlsltnta arr rnrdlall la1tnt
tn In.pnt lb. catalogs, aad Inscribe their
name, as ntcmhers aalOritf
iHumasora to Ralrd A Rector.)
No. North Main Street.
A RlfllHIOM FLOUK MANt'PACTt'HKD
FOR or II THAUK, ALL NIC KB.
E SELL FOR 1140 PER HUNDRED.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOH
' 1 you have an. Now, Throat or t.unK
On niil(i-atloi I Kill ml a pamphlet
drrrliliic of A.hcvlllr ami also the In
I hallns treatment -rre with list of tues
' tl -ni. In lie aii.wi-rrd h the ialiiil
J when onlrrtns: Home Trrnlinrnt. This
' tn-ainicat is a. rnVrtive a. the othn
tlFFK'lt Ml 83 I'ATTil.N AVHNI K.
A.holllc, S. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
REVELL & WAGNER,
Nucrrswirstn Knpp 1-lrhlrnWrarr.
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Colters roasted oa the prrmlaea dally, and
ronad ftir e,cry mtnmrr.
Full Line of Table Nuppl lea.
Free drlleery. A full line ot Feeil, furnished
1 w noir.aic pnves.
a8 PATTON AVKNt'K.
Teler one Nn. .
17 Pallon Avenue.
( FaiH-KIHTOK 01
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anhevllle, N. C.
r. o. Ho a ,
mar I. 'id Iff
Mv virtue of a di-rd uf tru.i eserutid hv ft.
t). II II nnd wire 1.. A, Hull, lu the under.
IkmC'I M. V. Wtilir, ns Iru.iee, riatid ihc 1st
iliiy ul 1 ictnlier, Imnu, nntl it-a-l.trml In book
IMim ptiur II ol the Kri-iinl. nl Mnrt(au,r.
nml liiriN uf Trust ul Huiu-nmlte t-ounty, M.
C. I lll sell nt public .nl. to the hlMhcal
hiililer lur i-a.h. at the court houne dnor In
A.ht-villr, on Mimdiiy, the 1st dny uf lciein.
Iicr. 1 sun, the IoIIuk Ina lot ol land and all
liulldini. anil improvements thereon, to-wll,
tliiit t-i rtatn lot of land sllaaleil on the ea.t
iilc oil it put .trcrt In the clijr of Ashcellle, be
ginning ntu.tnhcontliccnt mnrtfln nflicHit
strict, II. II Covin's northwr.t corner, and
runs lth hi. line Nil feet to a tea root alley 1
lut'iice noi-thwarillv 1 1 a line tinrnllcl to lie
pol street, north Id itcKree. ea.t nil feet to a
twelve foot allev tlinu-e with south marirln
of .aid alley, north AU di-Krcea, west SO feet
to a .tase on tne east maraia in iiepot .treet,
thcni-e with Iiepot street south 19 dcrees
wi.t So feet to lb. bralBalii.
H. V. WUI.Prl,
Oct. II, I SOU. Trn.te.
NKVKR HEARD fBBCORK
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
HTANIlANim miCTM. I'KM UT.
I'lrellenl lor Kiev. In, etc.
HKI.IICTS 40CTII. FRRQT.
Very Fine for tewlnx, Fryla. etc.
titild from hnusr lo houar throuah entire
city, rihlpmrnte received dally mock ul
Orders left at No. T Jefferson lrlve, or sent
through thr mail win Im delivered promptly
to any part of the city, Atldres. nrdf-ra by
mall to 0. M. MII.LMH.
orUdlm tins 4T, Cite
TUB , VQVITABLK. L1FK
IC t. Monroe, Aft.,
. ...1, . .AsJwrflftt, et. C.
' ftoata Main straet. sail duT
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Ma. received a line lot ol
With the lateat styles of hamllo .liver
plated aad nsldliad. AUo a large supply of
I if ike Latest Hdllloa..
The World Famus., aaeqoaled, aaesrelled,
durable aad neaatlfal
Are roeoniBirndrd hv the heat artists, Come
aad saamiar oar good, before buyla else-
wkere at No, IT Fattoa aveaae. Taalaa
aad rrpalrlnc a snrrlnHe,
& WILLIAMS CO.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUOINQ BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATERCL09tT
IMniahr'l thrmixhout In ntlqur k. liirlor nnd Rcvrptlon HhM RnNhrd Iti (Jiinrter.
nwei1 link. W.iIIp ilrnuril with LlniTUntH-Wetlton
For further .nfbriti'ittun call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, JellcrHonDrive.
$10Q REWARD I
1'or (toy one who wilt liuy it pntr of I'sruhnm Hhori rind not c1 valor rrodvrJ. Sow nt
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
'tint nbovr Pnrnirm' WHrrhttimr.
ASHEVILLE DRY COODS COMPANY.
ChmN-tt alorr tinrnrih Hnncllr nothing nt l-irnl-claix liotHl. nntl Intmtl to tirnt
rvrrliorl MUIHT VVc ktrp htii tnaitr slt.H f fvrrv ic.ntl. llome-iitHilc Jtitn llotnr
tMM.lt I'IhIiI. H..tnr mu t ltmrtiV. Home ntlr IrilHnn. Wr wnrrHiit tvrry pnir of
Aabrvillt Shoe Co ' ihtir
Aeihcvillc Dry Good Co.,
I. II. H'IYvom., Msniigei.
Howard Triitht uml Milt. llnliiinilH are wiih ti
DO NOT FORGET
THE , SUN.
Rome luM.ple agree with The nun's oilnlon.
about men and thlnr.. ami some nemil
dun'l ; but everybody Itkr. lo gel I10M of the
new.haiier which I. never dull and acver
afraid lo .prah It. mind.
Hemorrnt'. know that for twenty years
The ua tin. fought In the front line for lu-m-
orrallc principle, never wavering or weak
ening In it. loyally to the true interest, of the
parly It serve, with fearless tntelllurm-e and
dl.tntere.ted vigor At time otiinlon. have
dincrril a. to he I ten I means of accomplish
ing the common pnrpinw; It Is not The
Hun's faalt II II has seen further Into the mill
Hlghteen hundred and nlnetvnne will lie a
great eae In tmrrican politics, soil evtry
boil v should read The Hun .
Iiallv, per month ao 50
liallv. tier vear a..Mi
Humlay, tar year.. a. cms
haby ami aUndsy, per yenr I.nn
nmit anu aunnat.prr month 0.70
Weekly, one year I.OO
Address THK ai'M. Nw Vork.
Of courw thorM iiioihvv in
print.'r'n ink. but tin mnn
who ninki'H tli nitmt inli'lli-
pMlt 1IHH Of it JO'tH t llf IIIOHt
inonnv out of it. It doi'H not
liny to mlvi'itirn' Hoiiit'tliinu
you htivt'ii't Lriit.orun.vtliiiitf
you rnnnot io und do well.
rh4 tnnn wlio inlvrtiHt'H n
f I'D ml iiiiint linv 11 "pooil"
frnud. nml lie who nilvcrtiHCH
ImrKuiiiH in (tooiIk nniHt lif
pirpnntl to HiitiMly hiH run-totniTH.
Strictly In Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
T-TTHE BEST KNOWN RFMFDY.
""l ll.O.t." I.'ums
In 1 InS ll.wa lit.M. fe.ia
Preranta Klrlctiira, l.'ontalns no
nerin or nnlMinnos snli.lnnree, and
a guaranteed absolutely harmless,
Is prvscr Mini be nhv.lel,.
Hold liydnigglata, llewaraor Huh.
CtN HA bit MV
RAYSOR SMITH. ASHEVILLI. H. C
Real Eatate Ajccnt.
ANIl LOAS HNIIKIIN,
I HORTM MAIN ST., I MORGAN'S BOOK STORE I
Money loaned aad well .ecu red at H per lent.
Meal rUUte bought aad Mild at public and I
private .ale, Neau collecteel. I cimilucted a
Meal l1. law aad Auction hualnea. In Charles
ton, c, tea years, and will glv. prompt 1
Itentloa to all uaslasse put la aiy ukaras. I
Si-nil On Dollnr ami iviikw
vour ubncription H t once.
S'Kt'iul t'orivHpondfuU in
evfry wi-tiou of WwHt.'rn
In the State.