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'HljVlLLE'ClflZEN. R. M. FURMAN, JORDAN BTONK, J D, pAKEROK, , I l-EDITOBB. The New York Herald says: "Civ il service reform does not go far enough for us.,, , We would have per manent tenure during good behav ior for all government officers not associated with the actual policy of an administration. - We would strip the President of a great portion of , the patronage, and . distribute the appointing power -ior . suooruiuiite offices amonsr the heads of the great . JIA.ILROAD MATTRPXN RUTH- departments, as the Constitution en Jl m a.EW,0j.w ma - ; ables Congress to do." ' 3 1 The idea that" the Chief Magis- MONDAY EVENING, Sept. 7, '85 ' Tue iNtUltEST" OP. 6 BUNCOMBE I trate of. the nation shall be diverted .. lKt,TflgffEIN.u ,Y-,u from the legitimate and proper du We are truly gratified at the entities .. Of his office.Jand be bedeviled .. ,'couraging. prospects for the early nigh untojdeath over the "appoint- ' 'i ' ';L' j'i'' il,- J I mont nt kno Tinnrlrprl thnnRflnd of- . ; uuuipieuuu ui xuiiruuu tv mo guuu - old town' of Rutherfordton, which ficers-ninety-nine thousand rfive ' .recent events Drbmise.. Much could hundred of whora have nothing , be said' oi'the'sham'eful manner in whatever to-do with the "actual I oolicvof the administration, "-is an - 'countv "have "been "treated in outrage, not only upon the Presi ' the past, in the matter of their dent himself, but upon the business railroad 'Enterprises: but as' com- of the government itself. We hear ""nlo!n''Avi tiw n'oot Mnnnt' rnw tilv concur with the ; Herald in the j furnish even a cross-tie, much less above-,!;.' . . .. .. ,-... ; orrtoVpumshto . . THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK. ! wuutu prefer go wiwi,.uur. xwui- fm..v,Yv -rc Tnfl Tin f erford friends; and - laying aside the . to gay of the buginesg out disappointments of the r past, look lrt . ...T' . i ... . ,w , -AtV? There are many indications that ;j;tnat.wmcn can help, and secure. Dy the generai business of the cotmtry , , renewed efforts, and energies, those I is undergoing a' change for' the bet- things, ot whiph they have so long, 1 ter. The aemana ior ary gooas ana and so unjustly been deprived other goods from the bouth & bouth z:m .jss, SoisMLras ji;!1" wuicn js greauyMistributors nearest the consumers, ' ' . pleasing io us and our people, who seem to have made up their minds have Always sympathized with our at last that there is more risk in ' niTiW.ra a .iw'''iou;t. -waiting than in buying.: It has 1 rn-j iLid. A n ml been known for a long while tha raiiruau irom ni oouui. w u,- gtocks were running very low, 4 . eriordton. . . 1 his proposed line, con- and that dealers were "living from nectirig with the Atlanta Air Line, hand toinouth," and it has been : and with the Carolina' Central at neld a8 certain that the time must !;SheIby,.secures large advantages to c?mf, when they would feel suffi : ' , f ciently hopeful to renew their for- , its patrons, and .to the section of mer mode of purchasing. Appar- country tnr'jugn which it passes, ently that tame has now come. The When Rutherfordton is reachedj a fact that the first and most definite ' matter of Serious importance will signs of improvement . are -noticed v . j ' 11 '' . i' v- from the Southwest, is undoubtedly . be Presentei to the citizens of Ashe- due to ft exceUent prospect cf thi 1 ville and Bijncombe, and it is t cotton crop. But it is also due to ; this, we propose to-siirect the atten- e act hat the South, which has , tioa.pf our. people at the. present , beep more free than . othet sections v v -v . v. Irom the fever of speculation, has .. .i The, town of Rutherfordton is been quietiy making money in a thirty-eight miles from Asheville. Moderate degree for at least a year, The route tothat point through and is now ready to spend it. Hickory Nut' 'Gap; involves; 4 com There is a notably more cheerful paratively, light work for amoun- Mills are resuming that have been . taipous i section. From Asheville iong idie an(j others that have been to the Gap, is up a' valley quite all moving very- cautiously are now the wav! while the vallev of the showing new energy. -.' But . for sev- i,;Brdad affords :easy grade froni:; the eral months, in some sections for - ' ' ill" r ,, t-tri : " I the past year, there has been but u-VaP.;?i ujerioraton. ; wnerever ittl" difliculty in making fair prc in,else a; road may project from Ruth-1 fits for mills that were in a sound - .jerfordton, a connection . with the condition financially and were not Railroad svstem at Asheville, is a obliged to keep up production even attfrai- anl-imntfoe ri!tv. at a loSS P ?rder the W . . T. ,' r. .- ... , '. to meet their payments as they fell It is doubly necessary, in point of due- . .s. . ' self interest, for the people of Bun- combe and the French Broad Val- THE MOBBING OF SELLERS IN ley. The connection at Rutherford- ' KNOXVILLE. ""tort would secure another line South 1 , The Citizen has given the details and Soiith-eastJ' and above all, se- of the assassination and robbing of . cure to; this section competition, young Mt.. Maine v in Knoxville, which is always necessary to a full last week, and that a man by name development of - trade and enter- of Sellers, and a woman of bad char- 1 .prise alike beneficial to communi- acter had been arrested for the ' ties and railroads. Good, ; healthy, crime.' At the preliminary inves ' legitimate competition is the great- tigation, Sellers waived an examin . ; est and most successful regulating I ation , and was put in jail to await - commission which can be establish- court On Friday night a masked ! ed; and this route 'through Ruther- crowd went to the jail, took Sellers f4rd, afebrds ' Asheville and Bun- out and carried him to the county 'combe the most practical opportu- bridge on Gay street, with a rope , i .-nity iior Kcuring whatis no much around his neck.-- When they ar ..i.riceded. , , .;,. ., . ' rived on the bridge, they tied the : What 8ay- our people? To accom- rone to a beam, and let him drop, plish such great and beneficial re- but his hands Leing untied, he pre 1 '.suit they will hare to' give some vented the breaking of his neck, money.. .We sav:' aive. and ' mean and finally pulled up. He was then .jusVWh'ftt wg'.wyVr'.Piui. ihey afford shot brutally by the "crowd, and l , to. do. this ? : JWe say they caijand thrown over the side of the bridge, ; ; should do so. If the people of this falling some sixty feet below, break- ' coui,ty if the business men andfing his neck in the fall. Sellers pro- property-holders of Asheville,. really tested, his innocence of the killing desire, to make this a center of trade to the last. A more inhuman butch- 1 and traffie and manufactures, tney ery never disgraced civilization. ' must sedure competition in railroad The -woman 'who is under arrest, rates and transportation, reaching confesses to ' the crime: says that pn1f';Te7,74irectionV 'They..heed Sellers did it, and gives the partic not expect other people'-. to spend ulars. The money, has not been !; : their money .simply " to accommo- recovered. This is as much of the date them". , . They" ffinst 1 have some sickening stuff as -we care to give: .-. inducements some aid from said ASHEVILLE, s 23RD. The Louisville Courier Journal of the 3d '-. savs: ''Yesterday was markedly a chapte'rjof tragic acci-LtfTH ANNUAL, TOUR.J . -N XARGER,THAN EVER ! dents at the Brighton Beach races: Novelties in -liach Department ! , ,1ie cesLin.H.verythipgi Young Morgan, one of the mostJTTT - TXr rrJ rsm :T " JO 1 j : 1 Ol 1 promising jockeys on the turf, wasj W.' WrtO LE S NCW bOlOSSai "bHOWS ! thrown or pusn eajromnis mount, - inthefaUbrbke-hisneck.' lnthiaf--eer owgv, -J. J3iu?i race there were 'thirty-dnesta'rters: r TrabTfOuprT more than. could possibly hnd room on the course, and to ; the .crowding occasioned; thereby, young" Morgan owes hi3 death. In the third: race lucre vvaa uisuauiiiucni, uy mmvu A ;T,- u r. Rivers, another jockey, was perhaps V 4 .7.. tg . iatauy mjurea , x ue ruues were an -.,, lhe Presidents i were' dumped pretty "badly. " Tfre able comeback of Slipaloiiff, , in, the English,. 2? en chi , German, heati-ace. After winning' the first . Italian, Mexican Arabian heavfhe.tooKtne second in 1:434 und American Performers ,M3STNpy show on 1:; tage ax. Representatives bf all Nations." ica7tShTnafi?Musturrt? the fastest time on' record for the distance, one mile arid a sixteenth " in Friendly Rivalry Every kind of ' Exhibition extant that Hvill amuse this'generation. DR. PEIRO) hadoTOtotl2SrirtotiirpeIItTWit!naitof Catarrh Throat, Lung Diseases, luumltrof tha Am. Oxyite i."o..ortli pro. - ductiouuf UubbwoxuieruJr,ucU7,iued byIniuijitlon,au wlcloly knownutlw For the relief and cure of Consumption', Bronchitis, Asthma Hay Fever, Catarrh, Nervous, Prostration, etc. Send tamp lor the Manual," an Interesting book ot 1S pae Forr Colored. Plates. Address dr. PEIRO, Chicago Opera J"? prefer by permllontoafew of mrpatron., lt.bU.,tHieAOO,UX. Hon. Wm. Penn lxon.Ed.InterOeean, - - CfllCagO. it;. F. H. Tubbs, ESQ., Manager W. U. Tel. Co.. - cnicago, Cen. C.H.Howard, Mrs. T.B. Cars. - Cnicogo. O.W.Nixon, M.D., Mrs. MettaC. Rood, - ChicoKp. .nenrj re. bines, m. u., . - - - rL. "N W. B. Our Oxijen taelu rn( antrwhere n DWfrd 'f. ttc -c, Cniuifto or Europe by .Express, ay. ptain. compleM Omet4on wit ' tmUtiiciiL. - Elb'ertox, Ga;, Sept. 2. George j Hughs, a colored centenarian, with a ennous history, died here to-day i He was 115. - years . of age ; worked on the Bichmond canal: eighty. yeaB ther . of ten children. -He . was Aepresented by Rear Idols, Jewels; Weapons, Costuiweg; '-Stones, Antimiiics, DearoiesSi . . ana oi , small , stature. Tienabjed his master fifty-five "MEXICO AND THE MEXICANS years ago, to sell: him- to ;Alexander Hughs for a. boy of 15. .. . i , The Peiob of the ' TobAcco HsXt Bkgi L ATOB. " - - ::'-- The price of the Hardwicke '& "Welles Heat Kegulatinsr Attactment, will bel $10.00 for any sized barn.. They -.will be sent by express or freight immediately upon receipt oi oraer, . j..nese Atiacn- men ts are always on' nana at -Marsnall, N. C, and will beat other places as soon as arrangements can be made for their manufacture. - " ! : tnovl.' Wdcquero Riders and Lassoers, Mustangs. Bronchos, Men, i - - rru-iuwi, una. uniiaren. . Geokgk Njtsii '.' ' " Will furnish and plant trees, ererereens and all trees oi mountain growth, in any park or , yard, in or near the city,- at cheap rates. Leave orders at the Citizen am co. . . r . aug Jl u.imos Wanted. ' . " : An experienced, reliable Nurse, to take charge of the Hospital to be estab lisbed in Asheville under the auspices of the Ladies' Flower Mission. Apply at tne Carolina Mouse. ' au2m - The Very Best Circus Lfldy Ridcri.Lddy., TdmUjer8.' ady : Gtymnasia, Ladies Racing. BLONDIN, the A TTfkBQT? Will Walk a TIGHT ROPE TWENT London Sensation xl .llLfiVOlj ; " . FEET IN THE . AIR Mqn will Ride Bicycles klong Elevated Wires. ,t Lady Skating Champions.' Gentlemen Bicycle Champions. . Ae Greatest Lady Rider Living, Mile: Mize Aguzzi LATE KETNOID'8 LIVERY STABLE IX HEAR OF PEXNI3IAN & CO.'S f ;." , E"- VEEI ABIjiK; Dealer in RD AND SOFT COAL. . This yard will be put in thorough condition, and" all coal will be unlcr shelter, and kept dry and clean. Each lot weighed and delivered free. Nut, Stone and Egg Anthracite always on hand and ih any quantity desired. " ' V Sole Agent for Main Jellico Mountain Coal Company - the Very BEST SOFT COAL in use. '";'-;''. ",' . '," TESTIMONIALS. True -Merit Wins Where Practical Men are Judges. Read What is V : a Said About JELLICO MOUNTAIN COAL. Wateb works, Atlanta, Ga., September 25th, 1883 The engineer of the Water Works reports this morning that he has completed a 24 hour's test of the Jellico Mountain Coal. The testis as follows : Water pumped, 2787,200 gallons; Coal consumed, 12,900 pounds; water pumped to 100 pounds of coal, 21,606 gallons; water preasure maintained through test, 140 pounds, head, jn feet, 323 to which the water was pumped;' total number of pounds raised 323 fek 225,777,6; millions pounds raised onebot jhJoo pounds coal, 75,079.122, whichiff more tnan the builders guaranleefd tha engines to do with the best coal. Mr, Terry reports only 760 pounds ashes taken out, and no clinker and that the fires were not cleaned.during the whole 24 houi-s. From the result of the above test I must pro nounce the J. M. an excellent steam coal. -' ' v ' Respectfully . . . W. G.TIOT ARDS, Supt Water Works. N. B. Since the above test another has been mado in which 28,773 8 gallooa wator were raised to 100 pounds of coal, instead of 21,606 in the first .test. . This shows an increase of over 7000 gallons over any other coal, a fact of itself worthy of note. . . W. O. B-, Snpt. ' ' Chattanooga. Tbnn. June 9. 1P81. We regard your coal as the best we ever used, Iif our test wo saved two hours time In malting in nettling itiruaoe over ine nexi nest coal we use seven heats day with 1 ever used. NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILROAD C0MPA Onlv have tn rlAn eratA oiiga h. any wnn it; wiia me ouitr we nave 10 cican twice, ana onen inree times, it is tne purest coal we 1AJOKOUT UUULIAlr MlL,Li, JOHNSON. Tnfe BUCKING BpONCHO I Por Sale, ; ON THREE YEARS TIME, Monthly instalments, Tvithorutlite rest. - aul0-d6m ! U.DOUBMlDAY. 56,ooo; ;;V; FIVE ' . s6,opo MEX-'."- 5 The Austin Sisters. Rose and Emma, the Misses Rosina and Jen- PrefcnU)ie t0 mhct ccai nie Maretta, Miss Lizzie Harvie. the Misses. Mclntyre Cook, , Hassan, toaid, .Montgomery, Watgon,-Kim- taii, and many others'. . The; ABD ALLAH BEN SAID Troupe of TWELVE BEDOUIA ARABS. Y, Office Superintendent Western Division, r- iYMCHBUKO, VA, lbtn. April locrl. e nave obtained reports from the engineers w. o have used your coal which are of the most itufaetory character. They speak well of thoacoal in every respect. They all say that it is the ist coal they have ever UEcd coming from the line 01 your roan. FRANK IIUGER. Superintendent, We buincd the Jellico Mountain Coal on the steamer Water Lily during last winter and think it i uurns up witnoul leaving so many clinkers as other coal. A Tf TiVR. W c are well satisfied with the Jellico Mountain Coal, after thoroughly testing It at our mill. We consider it the cheapest coal we buy owing to the fact that there Is less waste. T P McDANIEL & CO. There is less dust and ashes from Jellico Mountain Coal than any we have heretofore nsed. C. B. WOODWARD. 1 I find there is iess waste in the Jellico Coal than any I have used. Ittle ashes. . . It burns free and leaves but J H BEAN. . We find that there is less dust and ashes in our houses when we burn Jellico Mountain Cool, than when using other coal. , . li G OSllOiiSE. Wo are very well satisfied with Jellico Mountain Coal. Cousldcr It the best on the market: SCOTT, DEMSTElt & GO. James Leon, Mons. Van Zandt, If you want this excellent Coal order immediately of ' SZHES-: --:, S. F.-Venable, Asheville, N. C, Agent, for ChaKencV Geo! DbaV, PraS NortCarol.r for Main jellico Mountain Coal Co., -v ernon, Uriuette .Bros.. .Eddie Kvana. - - - r- - -- John Murtz, Wm. Harvey. Messrs . L AKADISE REGAINED. bar, Litle, Maurice. CamDbell.Cnnfc- 1 .t. .n. ' . - ' nn. anct4UotDers.; ,ll'ls;-l: Two Mammoth Menageries in EATS WITH BOTH MOUTHS Wanted to join five more and buy 000- - Living 'Hippopotami, SAMSON, Grant Elephant, Elands,-Ibex, Ichneumons and pubSwS6" E-' -fAU ds Elhants, Kanganm, Emes, ct? ft Living Two-lieaded Gow wafcri&wS Daily. the rest good for e?-ain, grass and fruit lwo ferformanceSi Atternoon at 1 ; Evening at 7 P. M rrm-arirt tv Ti-nnf ivn otfoo r-i a 1-1 Voir aaw I " ... , ; and bear in woods and mountains. This untrance tee 75 cents. ,L.hildren under a years. KO cts ment, and can be retailed at a handsome ;T T 4 ' . ' ! "w0 JtHHIBIT AT . profit, much of it very cheap at $5 per I vv arm springs,. I: renormance, j ' 1 uesdayv Sept. 2 2d. acre. . Marfon TUJ.. "crL'.:. L'.L MOW IS THK TIME . ' xuUlaWy,..3cpi;,24M.. For particulars, call on Walter B; Gwtn, office in ' Courthouse. Asheville, JN.U. au22-d7t : SS1uSl!& A .BMutifiil.-Sonmier; Hon. ;.l.;tlie -.M the Sky. f HAYWOOD WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, 30 Jriilcs West of Asheville, - Two Tents. On the Murphy Branch, oi the Western N. C. Rail Road; Altitude, .- . :'. :'; : '-' ': 2000 Feet Temperature of the Water, : : 53 Deorees. 1 he most beautiful place in North Carolina. Come and see for yourself. . J. C. S. TIMBERLAKE, Jy 7.d2m . Manager. FUR MTURE OPFAED AGAI1M , . .. - . ! . Ilotels and Snmnier Resorts SWANNANOA . , , HOTEL ... . 1 Asheville, N. C. - HAMPTON . FE ATIIERSTOIM Altitude, .2,339 Feet Abovehe . Sea Opposite Court House Square, " ' Y coopperation-oii the part of the peo ple to be served. Now what says , pur, people Are they : willing to givQc, 1 or every, aonar x,aey -give tney. will, get pack nundreds to the community, in 1hew! enterprises, en--.hdhcenient bt values, and increase of population. vVillUthey consult ... their interests? Or. will they sitidly, and expect some one to. spend their inoney and 'energies, and take; all risks, for. "their benefit. : We will in see. JoitBd. States jjenaJtor9 Edmunds, 4)dUmftjkh nct MShermah'- are T said-tr fir preparing fors bitter war : in the Serf B.to prevent the confir mation of the President's appoin " tees, who nave succeeded "offensive partisans." Senator.' Cullom has ...; spent. the past j, several months in ; visiting Republican Senators, and fafrangiiig for ;the, fight - - , President Cleveland - returns to Washington city to-day f; and will - hold a cabineV meeiing to'-jroorro. ,t All li!e .anenaberi' ot th e- cabixieJL iwill ; return to VasTiingtonto-day. The best 5 cent Cigar in town- at Ly . ona'" White Eose." . , The Richmond State calls Billy Mahone "The Virginia Outcast,, the boni-jobber, the,, railroad wrecker, the . new-fledged Republican, the insulter of ex-Confederates, the im porter of Chinese labor, ; the defamer - of -workingmen,' the. cor rupt boss." rr" ' " '- The' Irishman Parhell, is shaking England and Ireland from centre to circumference with his "land reform agitation." We wish we could shake this coirn try with ,lie same , subject, though , for a different purpose.; The pressing demands of the times is better cultivation, and consequently better teturnsj for Uabor. Let us' all agitate .this vitally important maU ter.;: V ye .; : ' -" You will save money by going to J. L. Wilkie & Cq's-'Book-Store, Eagle Build ing. a-Mi augltr " First-class Shoes of stylish shapes and best quality made to order" by ' Wj T. Weaver Co. , ,--u-: .-hWi : tf 1 Ladies' "Common bense' and "Onera Toe". French. Kid. ; . -.'at Levy's. . Ordeb Took Coal whit.k Pkicis akk dowk. Claud H. Miller will receive orders for City Coal Yard, for September delivery, at his Store in old Central Hotel; Augl7dlw. - - ilsheville, 'JIT. C7., WHOLESAXE AND - KETAlL DEALERS I2i 'ure IVortli Carolina and Ken tuclcy Uraiidies, ' ; . . and TJitslc les.' Z . ."also: r'.,. A FULL LINE OF tjaOlCE '. ' . '" SJTIOKAIG TOBACCOS, PORTEE, ALE, BEER : - - ,. AND -V -'; JtlMJVERtii JlWTJERff -- IN VARIETY. Great care has been taken, in the selections of the above ; ; ' AitTici.te, - .-;y,-,.,.:- ;rANDr-.::., ... . Our patrons may be assured that : they xoUlfind themselves' "' 1 J ' Damply, .compensate r- : by a visit to us. . AS-The attention of dealers Is re! ed to our stock, as we are pr aemana. -,r June 27- .: The recent additions and improvements to the . Swansanoa make it. perba.DS. the most attractive anj comfortable Hotel in the South. Its Tower and 450 feet of galleries furnish views of the Bwannanoa River and the Frenchd ' Broad Eiver valleys. Also views of the Bine Kidge, ; Pisgah, Balsamv' -New Found and Elk I ranges of monntains, peaks of which are over b,uuu teet tugn. Convenient to fost, Express, ! Telegraph and Bailroad Ticket . Offices, and Asheville Bank, Asheville Library and Ashe viHe. Club-Booms. Purest mountain water conducted to ana tnrotigh the Hotel. -: V' AII..M"odern' Conveniences. . ' V '" The Ball Boom is 60x160 feet. A fine Or chestra from Philadelphia is engaged for the summer. ,, Special Rates to'.Parties by the Month The Proprietors take special pride in the Tidiness of their House, and the successful management of the cuisine department. - ' . BAWLS BBOTHEBS, . jun 3 . 1 Proprietors. The Summer Resort of the ":;' Z South. , CiESAIt'S HEAD nOTEt. tfullylnvlU to sunwvanT BEEF MARKET AND LOCATED upon the summit of Caesars Head Mountain, a bold spur of the Blue Ridge in upper South Carolina, 4500 feet above tide water; having an average temperature of from 65. to 70 degrees. . - . , .... - ..., Climate unparalleled. ' No dews. No frosts.: 1 Scenerv varied, erand and beautiful bevond description. . Mineral waters aDunaan v r ,);;.. Is Nino- Open-for the- liecejition- of Guest.' ' Daily staees and mail from Ilendersonvllle. N.' C",-distance 44 miles good roads.1 ' t Tkbms $2.00 per day; 910,00 per week; $35,00 for four weeks. Children under eight years, and oqI- je 8-d2m MILES. M. D., :: 1 .Proprietor. Grain ' arid Provision Store; MURRAY & '.- Zl;, Z 'tfiEAXBRSr"i;,". Z.ZZ' ' ' Grain, Feed and, Groceries. '' ' -; SOUTH MAIN STREET. i We also have in connection; : first-class Meat Market, and the well-known George :TJie Rattle flouse, . ' ' WayiiesTHle, W .li THOROUGHLY REBUILT, renovK -d mid tb paioted. r.n thentreof theti urarth famous White Saiphar Springs. A!i'W'V,,i' tions good. Rates moderate. . Jy IBwtitl . i.-: W. KHlNJSHAKT.Vio.-r " jy&TIOJYAl jiotez,; ou;iK.;H;- NQRVELirop'ri ) -J W. Pacre as Cutter . Nbtrung .' but;: good meats delivered anywhere in the city.: . A Rear Ike llaywood WJifteSiJpliyr Spnrigst we ask is a triaL aa-n-toec22 , . . . , . .... J TniS HOUSE is sl!atd in the business part 1; NTOTTCR l -. "AsthB health of our partnerCapt. M. Jones, makes it necessary to do business in JPKKJ? lWIT, ViCtSTf Fatisfaction guarhteed. , Hacks at the lepot.. of thn towni withhi 15 minutes walk of the White sulobur SptirfM. A beautiful view of the Balsam Mountains, (.nod rooms, first-class iare At the Corner -of Depot Street and Patton under the Arlington' onseV and will be glad to nave Our ri lends continue xo aeiu .wiui u iu-rc. : The Store has been recently r enlarged. We will keep a delivery wngon, and will 1111 orders promptly and carefully. . aug!4-dlW. MORGAN 6. JOAU8. -'EAGLE IIOTKt; THE Manafiement of ; this.: Hotel,: in consideration of the, present Jiard times, and to meet the wishes of the traveling public, have dedded to reduce their ratet oh and aftr the 15th of August. -- -.'. For terms please apply at the oflloe. i aul4dlw . ;.,! - -; -!.. tf,: !,- NEW ot Cash Store ". . .1 WIIOLliSALE AND RHTAIL DEELER IN" ' : -Furniturb, Doors, Sash , and Blinds, A big line of SHOES. FALL PRINTS ; in medium . and . Indigo colors. , ; HATS in late styles. White Goods, just what is wanted. A few 26 c Cbrsetts left. " 'and see .'me,-and make you happy. u : ASHEVILLE, N. O. : V You will find at WILLIAMSON'S the lariresi and best . sclortprl btock of 1' urniturc ever broujrhti to Western North Carolina stock of Sash, Doors and Blinds constantly on hand. ' Call on him and get prices before purchasing. We will save money. cjALKsmen (JHAjS.. A.. MOSELEY & B. M TONES u . Large you : r f y .: Z j, 0, HOWELL, ;.. ; ; spot Cash Stohk.; 1 ' The: Wheeler and Wilson MANUFACTURING CO.'S OFFICE, On terrris; consistent with the exisencies in !- nancial condition of our'section. Main Street, Asheville, X. v Are ofTerinr their. ' r ' ' MACHINES .'.j-j' -z the fi- I-.- i.f ; ;i in rt imit t-ui: i (.: .:: , ' Call and ascertain terms, V'.; jy 2(Kiin;. -Z, . Or address by letter. . tX7" A P5TrsfTT INACTIVE 'AND mTEttTGEUrT ACEWTS fa VT J.A,.Li JLJdILir I nud oounty to sell our VOPULAll NEW liOOKS and j' J.L. BiiiLb.. Minister, teaahera and others, whose time is not fully occupied, will And it to theii vmit to eovrejpond with us. To formers' sons and. other vouns; xnm just coming on tha field of aotii , 1I1L business offers man r advaotnfrcs, bothns a means of making money and of self culture. Wri'efor eia ' 4etmto B. F. 6 COu X.013 Main Street. SJohraoaid, mmii:;iti;nmin'm Sale, rpHE. -STORE, gOUSE ANI LOT .pATTON Avefiha,l; Adjoining- ?.' Cowan Jewelry ' Pions on ths; West and one 4oor East f c Ej KJr ham's Wholesale Store,, the property of the late Jtiugn jonnsion, will be sold on Tuesday. Sentem berth 15th at 18 m. tot the 1 h frhis. I.I.MI.rw casn, or one aaii' CBan jd one naif on twelve mnnt.hu tima . . . s J Thelotextondsthrouifh from Pntlon Aventie to" ruuiam bcreet; wnn a iront -width of SO feet and 7 inches onach. " . 1. . It baa on it a e:l built: Brick fitoia frontlnir on Patton Avenue with a depth of about eightv 1 fi-V. C . (I . 1 . .. . . . . by Q. W. Morsran & Co for General MnrehnrliK. The Upper room Is occupied, by the. Young Men's Christian AeRoeiation. Title indlsDtitable TprniRranh nr it ths nnl won 01 purcnaier one naireash snri one halt by not 1 year after dato, at 8 per cent, interest, se cured Dy power-ot-8aio-BJortga(e on the proper ly. x-oNiu-Moiigiven ar, once. - , . ... , ... fl.At. OUD6ER. I tr,,,,, M R. II. JOIIJiSTON. Eecutora THE PIiD RELIABLE SINGER : v ; Machine Ts ..Still ilia Best. . f IV lli 1 1 -r J . .Thia Improved Family Singer Mach ine is without a defect. It rune smooth ly and noiselessly, and the most delicate lady can work it with ease. It is equally adapted to tho lightest and heaviest Bevring, and has . a full lino of attach ments. Agents in every county attc:,u to the wanta of customer. 1! "rit will tell. "The immense number of Wnper machines sold proves its Biipi-riority over all othera. Three-fourth of the machines sold are Sinpers. They are sold on easy terms so thatev rv f;miixr can have one. Jlothers ne"d not he worked to death sewin-rat ni0'lA. when a pleasant hour's work a day will do it j all. Good reliable men can Becuro rro- t niivuic cuiuyim;ni Dy aaarcssiiig TnE SIXGER MANU-AC'TUEIXG CCMl'ANV Richmond, Va., or laa 15-5 inos ; , . Asheville, N.C.