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v. j .; I' ASHEVILL;C1TI2EN. . R. M. FUEMAN, r ' r- f JORDAN stone; -J VEurrOBS. .... J; D, CAMERON.- j ,; . THUR'DAY EVE'NG, OCT. 1, '5. (ss.oo pass A3srtTVM.- C COLORED POLITICS. ; v. A convention of colored men were to have met in Lynchburg, ,:yester , day, andvere to sfgnaHze:: .their ac tion by cutting : loose; tromthe : Re publican : party, and 'connecting themselves with the' 'Democratic party. The fault of the colored vo ters is, that they perinii' themselves to be herded, - They; cannot .act.ou individuality. : It is whip and spur. - and they bend, to the master. 'r As a voting element,.1 one man- counts' as well, as another.'. The meanest '' of mankind can neutralize;, the ,vote of ? the most intellectuals . It is a ques tion simply of figures; character and Qualification are eliminated. . When we hearof the negro voter transfer ring his power and . his allegiancd from one party to the others 1 it is the declaration of physical strength, not of moral . power. " It extorts " & ' groan rather than receive a welcome applause; for the element of thought and selection is absent.' ,; Vhat is a vote worth if it does not come from thought and .consideration What is the vote of the whole negro pop ulation of more value than that of a single individual, if it do not come from the thought . and manhood of the race, rather Jthan the instruct-. ive temper to run and jump togeth er? We welcome any additional strength , because all parties are con trolled by numbers. The princi ples of the Democratic party are the . safest, soundest and purest. The . negro vote unconsciously ' may con serve their best interests of holding with that party. Yet we have ' no faith in the casting of the negro vote. ' It is a compulsory faction' in ihe "political problem. ; ' ' . , ' , r ; THE CHATHAM LYNCHING. Of course there will be much com ment on' the hanging .- in Chatham county. People"will;naturally!.ask why such a change has come - over the temper of the people-that they clutch justice by the throat "and. compeljher to execute edicb twhich were once awaited for with.due, ; pa tience. -. " v :' -- Most certainly there is a' Change find an unhappy one. But certain ly it is not in the people. They are . not the less law abiding than they -used to be. They have' not become blood-thirsty. They have, not de veloped into ferocious cowards; : There is a reason for the change; The action of the dOttrts 'are antici pated because they are distrusted. There is a fault somewhere, .A fault so grave that it is corrected by terrible remedies. If the people knew that murder arid" rape And ar-j son and burglary "would " meet the deliberate punishment the law metes out; if they had no doubt pf the discreet course of justice, they . wouia never . interfere. ; Jiut when theyjhave the example so frequent before them .of cases postponed of cases: transierred, of pleas of insani ty, and all the pleas that legal inge nuity can devise, and when interest becomes weakened, while sympathy is 'nourished until the guilty are made to appear the injured party,1 it is not to be wondered at that, popu lar majesty asserts itself, it may-, be in rage, but with a certain Justifica tion that disarms the rebuke ; thai is due to lawlessness. ' . . .The Charlotte Observer tells' . of a runaway which complicates some of the family of Setzers. We havJ a number of them west of the Ridgej and we give the .facts for inforina- ' tion: : : ; i rKi 3V; V'V' "Mr. George Setzer, whose ieath at Newton was noted in the Observer of Sunday last, was one of thelaaost prominent men of the -western sec tion of our State. He was a mem ber of the convention of 1860, and for many . years was at leader, among his people, filling many important positions." In hia death, ' Catawba countv loses one or her best citi- zens - r - A Hogshead of Tobacco Packed Twenty-Five Years AGQ-rrrThe fa mous bid hogshead of tobacco be longing to J, j$. Aud,fc Bros., which was written, up in the Messenger,, a long time ago, was shipped to Louis ville yesterday to take part' in ; thel great .Tobacco celebration iritis J ' hogshead of tobacco was prized by the Messrs. Aud in 1860, just after Lincoln's election to the Presidency, and as an evidence of their 'party fealty they "agreed among them tel ye s at the time not to sell it until a noth er Democratic President was elected and inaugurated. ' ?AltI)iiigh they have been tempted by several hand some" offers to dispose of it, one of. which was $40 per hundred, they nave persistently reiusea to sell, ana now have the satisfaction of .seeing 'it exhibited at a time. when it 'Will make their name faraoud the coun try over.-Owensboro(Ky.) IMes sengcr. . ." . The Georgia Plan. The New York Tribune reads the Prohibitionists of the North " a long lecture aiid advises'therri to try and settle the liquor Question ' after the Georgia plan. i-In Georgia : the li quor is "separated entirely from or dinary ; poli tics. The - Prohi bition ists do' not organize ) a separate and distinct partj0. yev indeed, 'buToiie issue to fight for, h"ave no political organization, rio candidates no'platform of principles, save that the sale of liquor shad' be -prohibited. They welcome equally Demo crats arid Republicans to their doc trine; while,in the opposition, Dem ooratsrid ReiiCiicans Can be found working togetheragainst the prin ciples, of prohibition.;-. They do not attempt to place Prohibitionists in officein fact they make t-eir issue anon partisan oneand .meet with no. opposition from either of . the. two national parties. i -.' .. . .--.,, As a .consequence of this sagacious course, says the . Tribune, they - are making ;rapid ; . progress, . and are more successful than , in nearly any pf sJtbe . Northern, : Slates. ;.JIo,.' one county " f after another, local i option elections have been held, until now prohibition prevails ..in more than one .hundred'eouuties, about .. three fourths of the State, The local op tion 7 law ; provides that whenever one tenttt of the voters in any counr ty make " the- demand," "a'Tpopnlar election shall be held r to test the question, of; prohibition.? ,;,. r - On the other hand." says the Trib une, the experience of the. ProhibU tibnists in some of the Northern States has been quite" different and not nearly so satisfactory. They have forced themselves forward in politics ; quite prominently, .upset other parties, but V accomplished' lit tle for themselves. In New York, tor instance, they gave the electoral vote of the State and the Presiden cy to- Cleveland; in Ohio they have frequently defeated the Republicans and threaten this year to again give the State to. the Democracy. It is not to be wondered at that under these circumstances. ' the -Tribune should call on the Northern Prohi bitionist t4addp th e Georgian plan of separating, prohibition t from pol itics, instead of -bringing ruin and disaster ;to the Republicans by com ing . . into toe : : neia in opposion to them with, a full State ticket. r Times Democrat. . ;; . Gen. Fitz. Lee has been , charged by .soirie of the Republican Jorgans with the ; utterance of some , very treasonable sentiments. This open ing paragraph of a speech made on the famous, ' battlefield of Fisher's Hill ' doesn't' sound very much "like treason: "Thank God that white winged ;peace now broods over the land. I came here to preach the peace arid not war, to carry as my standard the stars arid stripes, and not the bloody shirt. I thank God that the question of secession has been forever settled, and that now at last every star in our glorious old flag has a meaning." X' thank God that no vestige of carpetbag ism or scalawag government remains ; to vex the people." ; ; ; Physicians throughout the coun try have received a circular from a dealer in human curiosities. The menageries are supplied with beasts the world over by a single German firm, but the exhibits of human : de formity are found through items in th;: newspapers. The speculator has planned to -be a monopolist. He says that he will pay liberally for. immediate -information of an'' physically peculiar child,, so that he may get ahead . of competitors in bargaining with the parents; Mrs. A. T. Stewart -will entertain in her . marble. palace' this winter for tne hrst .time since her husband s death.: . . : . - . ;:-.": . . .. . '' . . 1 Thx Peioe qf the Tobacco Heat Regtj- f LATOB. . ... :ll..,r --'"' .;'. The Drice of the Hardwicke & Welles Heat Regulating Attaclment. will be $10.00 for any sized barn. .They will be sent by express or ; freight immediately upon receipt ol -ordffly- Tnese Attach ments arebtways 6ft ' hand: at : Marshall, N. C, and wilt be at other places as soon as arrangements can be made for thei- manufacture., . tnovl. A Hotel Man's Discovery. San fBANCisco. Cal. Mr. Georsre H. Arnold, proprietor of the Occidental Ho tel, says that as the air is purer as we ascend, a man-should not object to being assigned- -to . a room' on- th nppermost floor; that he shouldn't ' mind taking a room-attic, as.it were, in view of the fact that St. Jacobs Oil so promptly cures the rheumatic.. JHe states, that throughout California it is " regarded, as 'the, great pain-cure of the age. ;. ..: ,.'.;.". .: . . . . Isheville JTIale lcademy A- Select .Clawcal, fierman, French, Math- '- - r j - - r - ' ": ' " j' f - ".emaltccH cmd Thargh English School, . OPENS 8ept. .tht, 1885, and continues 40 weseka. Prof. FAL.K havins- hecn f naatrcrt to give a st ruction In German and French, will also tak. pupils In the EnfriisK branches prepar atcryjto that of the Principul. - Number of pu- U 1 -- .... ... .... ...... y.j ... . .So extra charges for Modern Languages. T AJimited number of DUDils -will be tutpn an. boarders by the family of the Principal. .. . . For terms, etc., address ; "S. F. VENABLE i ; i ' Principal. ... an 12-davlm .ST. JOSE OF THE BLUE RIDGE; ' Located at -HICKORY' CATAWBA This f-.v-K,M.. ... . ..- lucted by the Sisters of rtuated In the healthy and hickory, on the W. N. C. R. It is a Catholic, institution denomination "are receiv ire will be paid to scholars, ily to ilotlior Superior at onr I.f r V e -.. . ANTED, IS WESTERN KORTn CAR- olina.near Ashevillepreferrcd, two medium sized anus, or one smiaoie lor atv. sion, or good un improved lands, suitable for cenerai farming and stock raisins'. Address, Biving full particulars and price which must be moderate. ,':'. , , lbKAKii a. LUM, ; ' - ' Madison. S3it2Mtw ; . . Morris co., Kew Jerecy.' Mr. Fab. II. liusbee, of Raleigh has qualified as U. iS. Attorney for the Eastern District ot this estate This is a capital appointment. t Mr Busbee is riot only eminently qual ified for the place, but has won the promotion by his- earnest-" zeal "forj the success of his pajty.; ) Ml i The Richmo nd & Danville's new connection,' the Greenwood, ,Lau rens & Spartanburg road, . j.is to be .completed ..between -Augusta and Spartanburg on Tuesday, October 13th,- andjthe people of Spartanburg have arranged to celebrate the event in fitting 6tylel VOriV;the eyeriing of that day, a banquet is to' be given at the Merchant's Hotels andall the leading citizen ot .the . place have a hand in its manageinent. " ; ' 'B.Leftwitch, an aged colored man, died at Halifax cour thouse, Va., last Thursday-. Ever since he has had the right of suffrage; UjBcle Ben has voted the Democratic" ticket, and for this reason he was ostracised by his race.. . Before his deatli v he asked his son to see that he was carried to his grave by. white -men, naming eight prominent citizens as pall bearers, and. added:. "Let no' Repub lican throw one shovel of. dirt -on my coffin.',' : His request was grant ed, some of the men who carried his body"to the grave being sons of his former master. All the expen ses were borne by white fnen,arid the large crowd in attendance, was composed almost entirely of white men and women. : - : .. ; " Judge W. B. ; Fleming, recently appointed Chief Justice of New Mex ico,; has sent his resignation to Pres ident Cleveland..; He is one of the appointees who were suspected of having I provoked the President s letter in response to - an endorser who expressed surprise 8t the ap pointment Judge rlemiiigs ex cuse is illness, but he has been con stantly on the- street sirice-' his re turn, and looks in robust health. There is much mystery about the affair, but nobody has yet succeed ed in penetrating it. Charleston Jyivs & Courier. -A..,;.;':;,. Geobge Nasi; : . : Will furnish and plant trees, evergreens and all trees of mountain growth, in any ifiarfc or yard,, in or near the city, at cheap rates. Leave orders at the CmzrN office. - aug31d3mos SHAKY. THE ZIG-ZAG METHODS EMPLOYED BY MER CENARY MEN. -r It is a notable fact that the people of Atlanta and elsewhere are beginning to be thoroughly convinced that worthless compounds become "shaky" at all new innovations, , vhilo an hon est preparation never fears opposition. We do not propose to ''wipe out" others, as the field for operation is large, and we accord ta one and all the same privileges we -enjoy.' We' are not so f&r lost to bhsiness principles as to de nounce any other remedy as a fraud, or imita tion, or as containing a vegetable poison, the effects of which are horrible Jo contemplate. The alarm need net be sounded, 'for there is ample room for'all declining anti-potash, pine- lop slop-water compounds. ' ; It one. bottle of B. B. B. is more valuable in effects than half a dozen of any other prepara tion, we wont get mad about it. If ten bottles of B. B. B. cures a case ef blood poison which others could not cure at all, it only proves that B. B. B. is far the best medicine. 20.O0O bottles' ,.' '.,. of B. B. B. have been sold to parties living in side the corporation of Atlanta since it was started two years ago! Why. this wonderful Bale of a new remedy in' so short a time with so little advertising? It must be confessed that it is because B. B. B- has proven itself to possess merit in the cure of blood, skin and kidney diseases. Hundreds of home certificates attest the fact of our claim that in Atlanta acid many other points B. B. B are "on top," and will stay there. Many per sons desire to know how the B. B. B. acts on the system. By entering the circulation it modifies the vitiated blood globules, increases the red corpuscles, antagonizes all poison, ' vi talizes and regenerates the flagging forces, fur nishes the pabulum for richr new blood, elinii nates all poison through the secretions, and In creases the appetite, while by its wonderful ac tion upon the pores of the skin, the ' kidneys, liver and glandular syBtem, all effete and im pure matter is speedily conducted from the body, leaving the blood pure, fresh and heal thy. : . .... ,' ' "' " . By its magical alterative' powers, B. B. B. un loads, the. blood of all impurities, unlocks, the liver, arouses all secretions, restores nature to its normal condition, unclouds the troubled brain, clears and. beautifies the complexion, cheers the despondent, strengthens the feeble, calms the disturbed nerves, and induces quiet and peaceful slumbers. . It has been in use oyer twenty-five years as a private prescription ' in the south. -;.:-:',-r '' ' . v-1 . It is no far-fetched, foreign-found or dream discovered subterranean wonder, but is a scien tific and happy combination of recognized veg etable blood poison agents, effected after noupy years of -constant use and experiment in the treatment of thousands of some of the' most appalling cases of scrofulous, syphilitic and cu taneous blood poisons ever known in the state, resulting in complete acd uupafaUeled euros! of pronounced incurable cases. .' v Bend to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for a copy of their Book "of V?ondersi Vkek, filled with information about ' Blood and Skin - Dis eases, Kidney ComplaintSi e- L Jf ' Sept. d.-dawlm : . : ..- . :: : . " ' Family Grocery ','IIay and . -JFeed (Store, ly. 'L J South Main Street, abovo Frgial cti,) : - ASHEVILLE, K. C - - ;-:' ;.' t;rf')o". I7ULL Stock of Family Groceries, Ird, Bacon. 1 Sugars. Coffee. Canned Goods, Sonp,oda, Spices, Kerosene Oil, Sc., c , :. ; . . Flour, Meal, Com, Hay, Mixed Feed,' Brim, 6ortx,&c, purchased by the car-load, and on hand con stantly, at the lowest prices. Give ns a call. , je2-i.la0m . . MUliBAY & HAKKINS. i ... From trie Old Dominion, I have been a sufferer for many years . from Catarrh and Blood Taiut. Atter the applica tion of all the known remedies for such diseases, I found myself last summer on tte very. verge of the grave. Nothing seemed to do me any good. As a last resort I commenced taking 8. 8. 8.. and have taken in all 18 bottles. Before I had finished the second bottle I felt a decided improvement, and am to-day enjoying most ex cellent health better than for many years. I take great pleasure, therefore, in recommend ing s wilt B specific jot tneee diseases. s ,.. .. .. - MBS. E. J. C08SAHAJ?. " Kichmond, Va., June 29, 1885.: : Swamp Malaria Conquered." ! I have been using swift's Specific in my fam ily for the past two years as an antidote for malaria also as a blood purifier, with the most satisfactory results. I live on the banks of the Ouchita river," in . what is called the swamp country. Myself and family enjoy as good or even better health than the average people who live in the bill country. I am confident thatS. 8. S. has banished the malarial poison from our svstems. and eonsexuently (riven us good health. I use it at intervals during the spring and sum mer, when the system indicates being charged poison, and it invariably drives it out. - - r ; E. B. Cbtebs. .i.Trentonj La. June SO, 1885. Swif Va Specific is entirely vegeUblo. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga or 157 W 23d St., N. Y- SWANNANQAj HOTEL 1 :Asheviile, N, C. 7; '.., ;, :' . ' . Altitude, 2,339 Feet v Above the Sea. ,'" Thi recent additions and ImprpyouioiiWto the Hwa?5am)1 Diake it, perhapB, the most attractive anj comfortable Hotel m the South. Its Tower and 450 feet of galleries furnish views of the Swannanoa Biver and the French Broad Biver valleys. Also views of the Blue Bidge, . Pisgah, Balsam, New Found and Elk ranges of mountains, peaks of which are over 6.000 feet high. Convenient to Post. Express, Telegraph and Kailroad Ticket Offices, and Asheville Bank; Asheville Library and Ashe vule Club-; Rooms. Purest mountain water conducted to an4 throngh the Hotel. ' All Modern Conveniences. ' ? The Ball Room is 50x150 feet."'-A fine Or chestra from Philadelphia is engaged for the Bummer. ' . 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.. ; :;' "v bawls brothers, junS .'.'. i . , Proprietors. Tlte Battle House, . WayiieSTillc, Jf. C , qpnOROrGULV JtKBUILT, renovated and re- x pamteci. :n tne ctnireot tne town, near tne famous White Sulphur Borings. Accommoda tions good. Bates moderate. jyl9-dtf . W.. ItniNEnART, Prop'r. ; Jl TIOJW1L, IIO TJEIj, E: II. NORVELL, rrop'r, ;. ' Near Ike Hayicood White Sulphur Springs. THIS HOUSE rs situated In the business part of the town, within 15 minutes walk of the White Sulphur Springs. A beautiful view of the Balsam Mountains. . Good rooms, first-class lare and patisiaction guanitced. Hacks at the Depot. . . jy 16-3m STOP' AT THE Grand 1 Central f Hotel WHEN YOU VISIT ASHEVILLE, If you like good fare, fine rooms, "good attend . ..I j, - ance, ftc. - 14,1 50 Arrivals iu 2 Years, Or over 18 per 'day; shows the' high esteem In which it is held, French cook, polite .waiters, fresh water from Beuu cr-tfiher Mountain, cold and hot -baths, elec tric bells in each room, . Board $1.50, S2 and $2.50 per day ; S to $10 per week ; $30 to $45 per month. Satisfaction guaran teed S. IS. Chedester X Son, Owners arid Proprietors. A Jj. AVtT.E i , of virgmlii, uierK. - K. O. UEVILLK, late of Raleigh and of Purcell House, Norfolk, Caterer. . . Look Out for Qie Bed Bus at the Devot. je !S.daw3m . ' ' 5 CENT LAWNS '.:. '."':' and 10 ct. Cream; Bunting ' For .Break J amiss P, Sawyer Has just received another lot of those pretty '--.-'."Y' '-"'r ' : ' . ;;;5 ;. Cent JLavcns, .;;' said to be the prettiest ever seen in the country, Also "-.''. CnE&JlI JSU1YTIJ"G - ... .-.. -.. - For 10 cents, worth double the money. Opera Slippers from 1.0Qup. : -: Jjadies7 and Cents' Shoes, . - . . -- At prices that defy j competition Best ana largest stock of " ; . Sugar, Coffee, T;jis, Hams , .m'i(t Umbrellas, . . 1 . t '"---'- At wholesale and retail. A oar load of fine Salt and Keroaine- Oil will arrive next week-' ,.',, - - . vVetr Orleans Jflolasses, Bought while in the city, for hs money than eves offered in Asheville b-fr f""M.;.tOo Gents Coats On the Bargain Counter, from $1 to $10, wwfli from f 5 to l(v . ; ; ; i . :. ; , Napkins, ToWcIa niidSlieetiug; At bottoia priccB. One word about our ', -T GIjVGIMS318.U, ; - '-, ;.. j "v We have the largest ' and prettiest stock of Dress GinglianiK, bought at the big. sales in Kew -York ; nity, which we are offering at less money than, ever before. Our Stock Of ; .;''-' ' ,WIIITK OODS ;; Li; Is in better condition than you ever saw it. All we ask it far you to examines our goods and .prices before you buy. James 3?. Sawver. THE CITIZEN 9 JJ . :-f . :3GB:GFFI;,; ' '" "--- -' i -v 4 v ' CORNER. PATTTON VENUE AND MAIN ST., OPPOSITE COtTRT'- SQ.UAR IT, i ' i. t IS COMPLETE , IJi. .EXERT. JLE&BECIT ; AKD 13 PREKA&ED TO D O ALL , : n : MASTER -OJ! -. , - ,.t , ' ' AT TBS LOWEST IIOVRES, ' IN THE' SHOET ,i ES T POSSIBLE TIME AND IN HIE BEST . . ..... JfjlNNEE. ;, . ..'..: it Bq Underwerkod HO YOU WANT PROGR.MM'S, CIRCULARS CARDS, LETTER-HEADS,. BILL-HEADS, POSTERS,, ENVELOPES, NOTE- ; HEADS, PAMPHLET PRINTING, TAGS,, . L AND DEEDS, ' Mortgage Deeds, SHERIFFS' DEEDS,. , CIVIL WARRANTS, " . STATIi WARRANTS, JUSTICES' JUDGMENTS, . JUSTICES' EXECUTIONS. CHATTEI MORTGAGES, & QALL AND OBTAIST SAM hi ! 1 J J I ! u u !! li PLES AND PRICES BEFORE GIVING YOUR ORDERS U. S. COMMISSIONER'S 'BLANKS OF ALL KINDS FUEMAN S STONE, ' ' Proprietors. Received Sept. 7th by Express 5 dozen Ladies' Jcrsvs at 75 cts.. to $3 each, in the very latest styles. New goods At Spot Cash Store : A bio .line of SHOES. FALL PRINTS in medium arid - Indigo colors. HATS in late styles; -White Goods, just what is wranted. A. few 25 ct. Corsetts left. ;' . Come and see me, and ; .v ; "make'ydu happy, ',' ,';.. ;.. ' ; . ":J. O. HOWELL,! ;1;:; New lot ButtficKTs Fall and "Yin7 ter stylesj. just jn. . ; : ; - '- Fresh lot Clover, Timotliy, Red Top -and-IJlue Crass Seed, at; ' ;';.'; ' ''" .':;;;' '; '' ftiror Cash; $toh; BEEF MARKET . , . ; i .. and Grain and Provision Store. ; HUER A c-HARlt TBS, , . ; . . . " -..i . . W ' "' DEALERS IN : l.'-'l-'" ; ;j ; . i.i ; '.- - i ". ; ' Grain, Feed: mid. Groceries. SOUTH MAlN 'STUEET. . . We also have in ;conncction. a first-class Meat. Market, and the well-known George W. Page as ; Cutter.. Nothing , but : good meats delivered anywhere in the city. '. All we ask is a trial.. : au i i-tdec22 CANADA COWAN - . - - " : .'.,: ; : .(EsUblisbed. in 1ST.5.) ' Y"f.rv?) IVatclimnkcr, '. '"; . -:- AND DKAI.EK I! "- - Watches, . Qucis, Jdrry, pevUwU, Jcc. , I'atton Aveni'e, AKhevillft. N. C. - If roy Vv . Fairchild'a Gold l'cn. Good stock always on bant). lHgS.rf. III l I I l. f . r ' : if. I : '.1 JLJI , - : u ' v r 3 .W. Nixon, M D., Mrs, Netta C. Rood, - CUicoro. v-. . HnrvR.StUes,M.D.. .. ......- .-HewVork. i JfT. R Oitr Oxvotn U tifelv trnt anywhrre In thi Unitrd Stntn, Cana&l r A . ; LATE REYNOLD'S UVEItY STABLE S. .P. VENABLE, Dealer lik This yard will be put in thorough condition, and all coal will be under shelter, and kept drv and clean. Each lot., weighed and delivered free.'' Nut, Stonc.'and Egg Anthracite always on hand and-in any quantity desired. ' .'' ;,.:r '-.-' Sole Ageiit. for Main yellico Almmtain (Soal Company the very BEST SOFT COAL in use.: . : ' ' '. :"'v:X'-W testimonials. ' " . True Merit Wins, Wlicre Practical Men arc Judges. 'Read What is Said About JELLICO MOUNTAIN COAL. . Wateb works, Atlanta,' Ja, Scptcmlicr 251Y1, 1S83 The engineer of the "W ater Works reports this morning that he has completed a 24 hour's tf'st of the Jellico Mountain Coal. The text is as follows ; . . .''- . Water puniped, 2787,200 gallons; Coal consumed, 12,900 pounds; water pumped to 100 pounds of coal, 21,606 gallons; water preasure maintained through tesL.140 pounds; head, in feet. 323 to which the water was pumped; total number'of pounds raised 323 feet, 2r:i;;737,6; millions pounds rai6erf one foot with.ioo pounds coal, 75,079.122, which is more limn the builders guaranteed fhe engines to do witK the best coal. Mr. OWy rrnnirtK-opIicCo pounds ayii's tiikep .out, wnd lclinkerjfadthat the fires w& not cleaned during tlievTiuie 24 iTotif". rOOTTnc-Tiwdii ; mc v.u I ...'pro nounce the J. M ; an excellent steam coal. ReKputtfuily, . W. G. RICHARDS, Supt. Water Works. ; N. B. Since the above test another has been mado in which 28,773 3 galloiw water wore raised to 100 pounds of coal, instead ot 21.G0C in the first test.- This shows an increase of over 7000 gallons over any otlicr coal, a fact of itself worthy of note. x W. Q. Supt. . Chattanooga, Tkss, Jane 1P8-1. We regard your coal as ihe test we ever used, In our test wo saved two hours time In making seven heats in heating fiirimce over the next best coal wo use. Only have to clean frrato onee a day with it; with the other we have to clean twice, and otten three times. -It is the purest coal we overused. JXXJKOCT HOOLINU MILL, Johnson. NORFOLK & WESTERN 1! A I. ROAD COMPA T, Office Superintendent Western Division, LYNCitBDRft. Va. Kith. April 1S84. We have obtained reports from ti e engineers w o have usod your coal which are of tho most satisfactory character. They M-et.k well of thocoal in every respect. Tliey all say -hat it is the best coal they have ever uecJ ccniing from the line ol yonr roao. KUAKK itt'GER. . m .. Sapt -liiteudent, We burned the Jcllicb Monntain Coal on the steamer Water Lily during Inst winte nnd thlni it preferable to other coal It burns up without leaving so many elinkers as other eou' . .11. LOVE. Wo are well mtisfied with the Jellico Mountuin Coal, after thoroughly testlnjt it at -, r mill. Wo consider it the cheapest coal we buy owing to the fact that there Is less waste. , , , T FMcDANlIX & CO. There is less dust and ashes from Jellico Moun'ain Coal tha any we have heretofore used. V. B. WOODWARD. I find there is less waste in the Jellico (?oal than ttle ams. 'We lied that there is less dust aud ashes in ouf than when using other coal. We are very well satisfied with Jellico Mountain If yon want this excellent Coal order immediately of 3. S Venable, Asheville, N. C. Aent, for North Carolina for Main Jellico Mountain Coal Co., "PARADISE REGAINED? A Beautiful Summer Home in tbe "Land of tfce Sky.J HAYWOOD j WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS 30 llilcs West of. Jlsheville, On the Murphy Branch oi the Western N. C. Rail Road. Altitude, : : ; :. ' ': .:L ' . . 2900 Feet. Temperature of the Water, : 53 Degrees. The most beautiful place in North Carolina. Come and see for yourself. . 4 - ' J.C.5.S. "TIMBERLAKE, :jy 7.d2m Manager. ' WHOLESALE ANU RHTAIL. DEEI.ER IN , . . ; . Furniture,: Doors, Sash, and Blinds, .. ' ASHEVILLE, N. C. ' . '-. You will find at WILLIAMSON'S the largest - and Lest selected Stock of Furniture ever brought to : Western North Carolina; Large stock of Sash, Doors and Blinds constantly on hand. . r. , . Call on him and get prices before purchasing,- We will save-you money., ; Salesmen CHAS. A. MOSELEY-iV: a M. JONES. '.- --.y Arc oflenrig their , ... On terms consistent with the .exigencies of the fi nancial condition of our Catr and ascertain terms, . Or address by 1ette jy2()-lm Vrr;n '-:r r.T 9 ACTIVE A1XJ INTEt,r,IEIVT ICEKn in .'. V ' XU.i.Ni AjJL? i nd eonuty to .eil our l'Oi'ULAH NEW UOOK8 nA i BiiiLbo. iULinixtere, tencher and otheV, whotie time i not fully occupied, will find It to CUrii vi(..it to correnponil with u.- To farmers' aon nnd other younff men jiut coming on th field of bciu. . thi; bniiuessolftMmany udTaatntrcK, both mimcain of making money nnd of self eultnrn. Mrrifor fc toi.' teem to n. I" iOOSHOX it, CO., 1,013 Main Street. XUcIuad, in ITS HE OLD RELIABLE SINGER Machine - Is r v 1 1 " OR. PEIRO haJT)tl a yni to thtpeUl treatment of Cat8rrtlf Jhroat, Lung Diseases, founder of the m.Oinr?p (,lrlli pro. UCUuuuf that wondtrt al rciueUjr.usod by InludattoB.ou whlciy known u tll OXYGEWTBMiSir For ttn relief and ears of Consumption Bronchitis, Asthma Hay Fever, Catarrh, Nervous, Prostration, etc. Sj-nd unp for the Manual," j UiuTPstiBir lxok of ia) pare Four Colored. Plates. AddrsoR. PEIRO. Chicago Ooera House, jtimrk m4 WeTeferoypermlnrioTitoafewof onrp.tron.1 b,tilieiVfl,ILU non. wm. penn Nixon, m. inter icean, - v,niwaB. Fi H. Tubbs, Esq., Manager W. V. Tel. Co., - Chjcago. rin. r. w: UAu;.n. u. T. r. rn. m m Chicago. - - - 1 -i . Kf EEATt OP r ENS IMA N A CO.V SOFT COAL. any I have used, It burns free a" leaves bnt J i BEAN. houses when wo burn Jellico : attain Coal, R G U.i1mRNK. Coal. Cousider it the best on the market: SCOTT, DKM3'"'I.1 & UO. THe Wheeler and- Wilson'! MANUFACTURING CO.'S OFFir, ' " ' ' . .'' "''.'"'''', i.f . ' ll ' section. Still : the Best. , Thi8 Imi)roV?l Famllv MiiiTrr Mn(li. ine is without a defect. It rnns smooth. . ly and noiselessly, and the most Mioate lady can work it with case, Itisequally adapted to the -lightest find heaviest Bowinj', and lias a full lino of attach-mri-it. .AjKnts every vonntv attc.,i to tin want-s pft dbtoiiH rs. , M.ril will tell. Tlie ii.iintn.s! number ol .inper machines eold proves i is f :j .rinrity over all others. Three-fourths-nf the machines sold are Sin.rers. Tl.cy are sold on easy tertn im that ovcrv family can have one. Mothers mo. not Iw worked to death 8ewin;it ni ht, w lien 1 pleasant hour's work h !.. -v.i! do i f.ll. Good re'i.b!o men can seeurn :-ro . :-ablo emnlovment I v acidn'tin . the -:::. yxr.vv.M rt :i;in; company Y.i ,y . .ev:'.t, ..C . 1 c.v.