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R. M. FURMAN, JORDAN STONE, J D.CAMERON, j-EMTOBS. TUES. MORNING, OCT. 27, 85 7$e.oo sra, ariJ um.. The Washington correspondent of the News and Courier mentions th f,i11oTvin? as among: matters of interest to the South : A number of cities in the South will be applicants for public build- . in sis to be used for postoffice, "court nn.t)ther Government services, in State of Georeia the city of Augusta occupies the leading posi ti n. and its citizens want a two "hundred thousand dollar building, They base their claims on the fact that Augusta is one of the oldest and most flourishing cities in the State, the centre of seven railroads and engaged in a large trade. In North Carolina there are Asheville askiner a fiftv thousand dollar struc ture. Wilmington one hundred thousand dollars. Charlotte seventy live thousand dollars. Jacksonville. Florida, wants a building to cot two hundred thousand dollars." We are specially interested in the courthouse and postoffice in Ahheville. We have three terms o the Superior Court, lasting from two to three weeks. We have four terms of the Inferior Court, and we have two terms of the Federal Court and all these tribunals occupy the same- court room. This produces a conflict sometimes, and one or the other of these courts is obliged to re tire to other quarters. The United States" is of sufficient dignity, and also of wealth to have a court room of its own. It ought also to furnish a better postoffice building. The population of the town and the county is steadily increasing, and greater facilities- are desirable. A bill has twice pjissed the Senate to erect a proper building here, but has not been taken up in the House, Now let Capt. Thos. D. Johnston take up the proiect and put it -through. It is thought a large proportion o; the negro vote in Virginia will be cast for the Democrats, and this not by the persuasion of that party, bu t throughtheir bwu motion. They have been observed and think probaby that they have deceived long enough; and that'is unwise at any rate to hold parties on the color line. We have ceased to use persuasion with the colored'people, for their sus picionhas been unconquerable, and they hold tenaciously to their belief that the Democrats . were their enemies and the o her side their only friends. No amount of deception has taught them wisdom, and no amount of disappointment in the awards of office has aroused them to resent ment. We hope they are waking up at last, and will vote hereafter like free citizens, not like cattle driven to the polls. The completion of the Asheville & Spartanburg Road is going to make .a greatchange in the course of travel between the extreme .Northwest and the extreme .South east. One is the fountain of energy and production, the other is the fo il d point of health and pleasure du ring the winter months. This new line is the short cut between these extremes, and will offer so many advantages over all others, that it cannot fail to be the attractive route. For it will bring on this line of trav el all that beautiful scenery of North Carolina now becoming so well known and highly appreciated. In connection with this, there is anoth er point of interest for Asheville. We have referred to it before?, but it cannot be too often urged; Re tnr V1 SM'Qrs irouxFlorida" escape the summer heat as soon as ; possi ble, but if they return homo ; early, j they are still in the midst of winter. This makes an intermediate stop ping point necessary, and our moun tain climate offers the perfections of rest. This makes it of interest Jo encourage Ahe hotel pioiects that have been taken hold of. When all are c iiried out, there will be ample accommodation for all visitors. In addition to the . hotel, we hope to see the sanitarium plan also carried out. That may be made as impor tant as , the hotel. Invalids are among the largest class of travelers They are those who need the best and most ample consideration In this connection' we may men tion that Alaior Troy informs us that the track will be laid to Arden, a distance of ten miles to Asheville, to-day,":' :;; "V'-';'"V.- Here is a rough tariff obtained from an employment agent of the waje s of various grades of help in California: Cooks. S240t.n $970 a year; nurses, $180 to $360; house maid. $180 to $300; coachmen, $300 to $720; butlers, $500 to $600; Chi nese cooks and general servants, $240 o $420. Even a child of 14 canpot be hired as nurse under $120 The Carolina, Cumberland -'Gap and Chicago Railroad has received another defeat at the hands of Aiken , that township giving a majority of 125 against subscription. This by no means settles the question of .. , . i j construction, dui it is aiscouragiux. as Aiken is the starting point - , Two colored associations at - least show the interest ( f the whites in the advancements of ihe blacks, The one in Raleigh is a regular in stitution, three or four years old, and sustained by State aid; the other in Mississippi was new and sustain ed by the citizens of that State, but accomplish their object and have gone far to stimulate the laudable ambition of the colored race. The improvements on the French Broad have not been without bene fit. - They have not piven us naviga tion, but they did have the effect of lowering water where it was dammed by natural obstructions and giving good drainage by giving a more rapid discharge, amounting io a practical lowering of three feet or more. Thfe- matertal improvement in North Carolina is so marked as to attract general comment. Not only new towns spring up every where, but old ones are growing steadily; and in the country the advance is marked as much as in the towns It is mainly the result of good, safe and economical government which has secured the results of enterprise as well as to stimulate our enterprise itself. Factories which, were once almost unknown in the economy of the State, are part become char acteristics. . Dr. Curry sails for Spain on the 5th of November. The Wilming ton Star hope3 he will be received. There can bo no doubt of a very cor dial reception. The time has pass ed in Spain when heresy should be a bar to a Catholic Court In other respects, Dr. Curry fills all the re quirements demanded of an Lmbas sador. He is a gentleman, a schol ar, and his experience has made him a man 6i the world in the best sense of the term. Here, where he is well known, the compliment of his appointment is fully appreciated. As a divine he is beloved, as a lec turer he is admired, and as a culti vated gentleman he holds fast all hearts. Cumberland county tobacco is re ported by the Fayetteville Observer as having sold on the" Raleigh mark et for one dollar per pound. This shows that good tobacco can be rais ed in the Cape Fear Valley as well as in this mountain country. On the night of the 22d a Woody murder put an end to a marriage feast at Frost Mill, near Columbia, S. C. The health of the newly mar ried couple was drank so frequently that Edward Hardin, the groom, drew his revolver and began shoot ing right and left, instantly killing Tom Stone and mortally wound ing Alpheus Fulmer. 3STEW OOODS AT SPOT CASH. 15 Trs Blankets at 75 ctf. to $8.50 per pajjf. Iew lot Boots, Sboea and Over shoes, in every style. Rubber Boots for Men and Boys. A splendid line of Dress Goods, Flannels, Cashmeres, Ladies Vests, Children's Vests in every size and quality. 500 pieces Standard Prints, 4 to 7Jcts, 50 pieces Indigo Prints at 8 l-3cts. 300 pieces fBleeched and , Brown Do mestic, 4 to 12 cts. for very best brands, A heavy stock of Gents' Underwear, Cassimere Hats. Hosiery, Canton Flan nels, &c, Sec. . . . v -100 pieces Canton Flannel from 7 to 18c, very best brands. . - , Durich Thread Wool Yarns and. Cot ton Batting. , ? " - My prices make the doi-est'Luyers smile, and are warranted to cure cases of dyspepsia under four years' standing.. My terms are strictly Spot Cash 5 ap piness and prosperity insured. - Spot "Cash Store J, O. HOWELL Wardlaw McGill, 31. r.j S. W. Battle, M. D.. U. 8. N. Offices over DeVault's Drug Store. Special attention to Eye aud Ear Tltroatand Note', Heart and Lungs. - tflwOfflee hours 10 a. nv to 72 m.. and 8 to 4 p. m., . . -w . . .. . e S4-tf . ' ,.o3 L no .11 . THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE TICKETS AT DUR HAM. Noticing the advertisement of Mr. Passenger Agent Turk that tickets would be sold to the Asheville Fair from the 19th to the 23d inclusive, led the parties' at Durham, as well as elsewhere, to think tickets would be sold up to the time which would allow parties to reach the Fair any dav during its existence." By close reference to the advertisement . of Mr. Turk, however, it will be seen that tickets were not placed on sale on other lines of roaa than the W, N. C. Road later than the 20th This of course would prevent par ties at Durham or elsewhere, than along the line of the W. N. C. Road, from obtaining tickets at Fair rates after that date. Of course no one had a right to expect to get them after the date advertised, yet, we hope the railroad authorities will hereafter give their rates as late as will enable people to reach any day of a Fair. The road can lose noth ing by it, and it may accomplish what is intended by low rates even for one day: - The railroads ire not losers by every assistance they can give to such enterprises, and we have not lound them wanting in spirit to give all reasonable aid. The Durham difficulty grew out of a want of attention to the advertise ment as to sale of ticket- on that road, Thk Price of THE TOBACCO HEAT RBGT7 latob. The price of the Hard wicke & Welles Heat Kesnlatine Attacl ment, will be $10.00 for any sized barn. They will be sent by express or freight immediately upon receipt of order, Anese Attacn ments are always on hand at Marshall N. C, and will be at other places as soon as arrangements can be made for the manufacture. tnovl. A good restaurant is a necessary es' tablishment for every city. Doc. Hutch, is n supplies this need by the White Man's Restaurant on Mam Street, be tween the Bonanza and the bank. Dock advertises oysters now daily, and offers a tempting bill of fare. ; toc-20 SHAKY. THE ZIG-ZAG METHODS EMPLOYED BY MER CENARY MEN. 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, while 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 to one and all the same privileges we enjoy. We aro not so far 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 to contemplate. The alarm need net be sounded for there is ample room for all declining rjiti-potash, pine- top slop-water compounds.: If one bottle of B. B. Ji. is more valuable in effects than half a dozen of any other prepara tion, we wont get nvad about it. If ten bottles of B. B. B. cures .a case ef blood poison which others could noVcure at all, it only proves that B. B. B. is far. the best medicine. 20.000 bottles of B. jj. B. have been sold to parties living in- sido the corporation of Atlanta since it teas smarted two years ago! Why this wonderful sale 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 and 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 rich, new blood, elimi 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, hver and glandular system, 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, nnclonds 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 baa been in use over twenty-five years as a private prescription in the south. 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 many years of constant use and experiment in the treatment of thousands of some of the most appailingeaie of scrofulous, syphilitic and cu taneous blood poisons ever known inhe state, resulting in complete and unparalleled cures of pronounced incurable cases. ' Send to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for a copy of their Book of Wonders, ires,- filled with information about Blood and Skin Bis-) eases, Kidney Complaints, Ac ept. tf.-aawim . . HJEWSTOIZE. , Family Grocery, Kay and - Feed Store, ' South Main Street, (above Eeglt 1 t u !J ASHEVILLE, N. C. - -, FULL Stock of Family Groceries, Lard, Bacon, Suears. Coffee. Canned Goods. Soap. Soda. Spices, Kerosene Oil, &c., c. Flour, Meal, Corn, Hay, Mixed Feed, Bran, - alerts, &c.f . ; purchased by the car-load,' and on hand "con stantly, at the lowest prices. Give us a call. . From the Old Dominion, I have been a sufferer for many years from Catarrh and Blood Taint. Atter the applica tion of all the known remedies for such diseases, I found myself last summer on tie very verge of the grave. Nothing seemed to do me any ;ooa. as a last resort x commenced uuuuk L R- a.n1 havn t&kan 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 tnan lor many years, x take great pleasure, therefore, in recommend- s a ima.'- a M .1. J I . Mrs. K. J. Cobhahah. Richmond, 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. Iliveonthabenkaoftke Onchita river, in what is called the swamp country. Myself and family enjoy as good or even better health than the average people whe live in the hill countrv. I am confident that S. 8. 8. has banished the malarial poison from our systems, and eonsexuently given 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. - E. B. Carats. Trenton. La.. June 30. 1885. Swift's SDecific is entirely vegetable. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tim Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga., or 157 W. 23d St., a. x. SWANNANOA HOTEL Asheville, N. C. Altitude. 2,339 Feet Above the Sea. Thk recent additions and Improvements to the Swaknanoa make it, perhaps, the most attractive anJ comfortable Hotel in 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 Ridge. Piseah. Balsam. New Found and Elk ranges of mountains, peaks of which are over 6,000 feet high. Convenient to Tost, Express, Telegraph and Railroad Ticket Offices, and Asheville Bank, Asheville Library and Ashe ville Club Rooms. Purest mountain water conducted to and through the Hotel. All Modem Conveniences . The Ball Room is 50x150 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 managemenl of the cuisine department. BAWLS BROTHERS, jun 3 Proprietors. The IS at tie IZck&c, Wnynesvillo. JT. C THOROUGHLY REBUILT, renovated and re- x panned, .n tre ctntreoi toe town, near tne famous White Sulphur springs. Accommot tions pood. Bates moderate. Jy 19-ctf W. RHTJSEHABT, Prop JVJMTIOJWMIi HO TEE, - E. H. NORVELL, Prop'r, if vi rvrjE s jixr. je, jr. c, Near lite Haywood White Sulphur Springs. THIS HOUSE is situated in the business part of the town, within 15 minutes walk of the white suipnur springs, a Deauurui view oi me, Balsam Mountains. Good rooms, -first-class and patisraction guarnteeo. naets at the jy STOH?' - AT THE Grand CentralHotel .---- WHEN.YOU VISIT ASHEVILLE, If you 'ke good fare, fin'4 rooms, good attend . anco, etc. 14,150 Arrivals In 2 Tears, Or over 18 per day, snows "the high esteem In which it is hoid, Frenrli cook, oolite waiters, fresh water from Beaucideher Mountain, cold and hot baths, elec tric Delis in eacn 100m, Board SI .50. $2 and S2. 50 ner dav: $8 to $10 per week; $30 to $45 per month. Satisfaction guaran teed. It. Chedester & Son, Owners and Proprietors. R. O. NEVILLE, late of Raleigh and of Purcell House, Aonouc, caterer. Look Out for the Red Bus at the Depot. je 16daw3m Cranberries, ocoa nuts, Figs, Dates, Prunes Currants, Raisins, Citron Lemons, Bananas, Prunes, all fresh goods, come in to-day. Cigars & Tobacco. The best cigar for 5 cents we have ever sold. - . New style of long cut tobacco for pipes or cigarettes, put up in .air tight glass jars. Mariv otner new goods at H E S T O N 's, Eatzle Hotel Block. "oct 17-3mos JAMES BU1TRICK ' Carpenter and Builder, ASHEVILLE, N. C. Manufacturer of all Kinds of BAlding Materials, Matched Flooring - and Celling, MOLDINGS, BRA CKE1S, BATLUSTERS, NEWEL POSTS HAND R A IIMNO, &C, &C. DEESSnfG LUMBER FOB THE KIBI JC ' " A Specialty. All work done with rrouiDtness at lowest prieeer. ; ; - - ap24-12mw I710R SALE. 1 ' If not sold nrivatelv. 1 will sell by auction, sale day, Thursday, October 20th, on the Fair Grounds, two thorouen bred Jersey bull calves, and one one native cow with half Jersey calf, about one month old, by Iter side. THE CITIZEN . ., COR ITER PATTON AVENUE AND MAIN 8T. OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. IS COMPLETE IN EVERT RESPECT, AND IS PREPARED TO DO ALL MANNER OF joB Printing A T THE LO WEST HQ USES, IN THE SHORT EST POSSIBLE TIME AND IN THE BESJ MANNER. Iff ill' Not B8vUirderwerkod )O.YOU WANT PROGRAMM'S, CIRCULARS CARDS, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, ENVELOPES, NOTE . HEADS, PAMPHLET , PRINTING, TAGS, Li) LAND DEEDS, Mortgage Deeds, SHERIFFS' DEEDS, CIVIL WARRANTS, STATE WARRANTS, JUSTICES' JUDGMENT JUSTICES' EXECUTIONS, CHATTEL MORTGAGES, &cj HALL AND OBTAIN SAM H PLES AND PRICES BEFORE GIVINGYOUR ORDERS. COMMISSIONER'S BLANKS OF ALL KINDS. STONE, Proprietors. HARNESS! Our Stock is now complete and made of the best materials, with all the latest improvements. Single and double sets in nickle and oriental rubber, either eilt or mckie lined. Ail otber trimmings on snort notice. Saddles and Bridles Of every grade and price, from cheapest Morgan to the .English iShaptoe. HORSE coijiaits Of every kind, size, grade and price. HOUSE CJLOTIITJYG Just recaived a fresh stock, including Track Suits, Sweat Hoods, Jowl Hoods, Cooling Blankets, Ankle Boots of differ ent patterns, Linen Sheets of all prices. IjJIP robes. The finest stock in the market. Call and see them. TVhips, Saddle Cloths and Fly JYets, In every variety. IZEFMRKYG OF AZ,Z, uijvns ji sjfizciajl- . : TY. Remember we have no machinery. all work done by band and guaranteed. Call on us and see what can be bought in Asheville in our line. S. 31. GILBERT A CO., North Main street, opposite old Centra Hotel, Asheville, JN. J. BEEF MARKET AND Grain and Provision Store MURRAY & HARKINS, DEALERS IN Grainy Feed and Groceries. SOUTH MAIN STREET, We also have in connection a first-class Meat Market, and the well-known George W-Page as Cutter. Nothing but cood meats delivered anywhere in the city. All we ask is a trial au n-tdec22 CANADA COWAN r Established in 1855.1 - .Watchrosker, Jeweler, " . AND DBAXXB IS Watches, Gochs, Jewelerjj, Spectacles, dec. Patton Avenue, Asheville, N. C. Leroy v . Fairchild's Gold I?en. Good gtock always on hand. Rail Road Tickets Bought and Sold. Branch, se 3-dlm . AT EAGLE HOTEL. Lois For - ON THREE YEAESIMK" Monthly instalments, without inte rest. . v ' ' ' - aulO-dCm U. DOCBLEUAY. NOTICE. . - I have full authority bv an act of the Legislature of North Carolina at the last session to order registration 01 deeds, deec's of trust, mortgages and chattel mortE-spes. ' - MOM'. OTION Clerk Inferier Court. ? C . r-r- . . . . V 4 TWO CAR Clothing- and Furnishing Goods JUST RECEIVFD for the new CASH STORK Do not buy till you have seen CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, AXD ESPECIALLY CHOICE Merchant Tailoring Goods, Just Irom tlie niHiiufacturers, whichwill be made up to compare with any work in the United Staies, and THE LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES. Call and see us will be only loo glad to show you through, whether you wish to buy or not. Will J5e tober 17th. oc 16-tf l.ATE :n SVIAT -iUi STABLE. IN KAU OF l'NiNIUAN A CUB F. TTE:iJilBIE, Dealer in HARD AND Thw yarY will be put in thorough condition, and all coal will be under shelter, and kept r.ry aAd clean. Each lot weighed and delivered free. Nut,. Stone and Egj iiaupie aiwajs 011 nana ana in any Sole Agent for Main Jellieo Mountain Coal Company the try BEST SOFf COAL in use. TESTIMONIALS. True Merit Wins Where Practical Men are 'fudtres. Read What ts Said About JELLICO MOUNT All COAL. . Water works, Atlanta, Ga., September 25th, 1883 The engineer of the Water Works reports this morning that he has completed a 24 hour's tPst of the Jellieo Mountain Coal. The test is as follows : Water pumped, 2787,200 gallons; Coal consumed, 12,900. pounds; water pumped to 100 pounds of coal, 2 1,606 gallon; water prcasure maintained through test, 140 pounds; head, in feet 323 to which the water was pumped; total number of pounds raised 323 feet, 25225,737,6; millions pounds raised one foot with 100 pounds coal, 75,079.122, which is more than tho builders guaranteed the engines to do with' the best coal. Sir. Terry reports only 760 pounds ashes taker, out, and no clinker and that the fires were not cleaned during the whole 24 hours. From the result of the above test I must pro nounce the J. M. an excellent steam coal. Respectfully, W. G. RICHARDS, Supt. Water Works. N. B. Since the above test another has been made in which 28,773.3 gallons water were raised to 100 pounds of coal, instead of 21,606 in the first teat. This shows an increase of over 7000 gallons over any other coal, a fact of itself worthy of noto. W. O. B., Supt. Chattanooga, Tkkn, Jane 9, I'M. We regard your coal as ;he test we ever used, In our test we saved two hours time In maldnf seven heats In beating furnace over the next lest coal we use. Only have to clean grate once a day with it; with the other we have to clean twice, and otten three times. It is the purest oral w ever used. LOOKOUT ROOUNO MIL Johns tt. NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILROAD COSIPA Y, Office Superintendent Western Divisior . Lynch ni'ifci. Va. 16th. Anril We have obtained reports from tie engineers w,o have used your coal which are of the most itiyfactory character. They fj-esk well of tho" coal in every respect. They all nay thatitistbe ist coal they have ever need coming from the line ot your roap. FRANK HUG1.R. satirfactoi best coal 1 We burned the Jellieo Mountain Coal on tbe steamer Water Lily daring last winter and think It prefera'tie to oiher coal It bunrffup without leaving so many clinkers as otber coal. A. H. VOW.. We arc well tatisficd w ith tbe Jellieo Mountain Coal, after thoroughly testing it at our mid. We consider it the cheat est coal we buy owing to the fact that there la less waste. . TPMcDANIlX&Ca . Tbcie i$ lets dnst and ashes from Jellieo Mountain Coal than any we have heretofore nspt. . C. B. WOODWAiUX I find tl.i re is less waste in the Jellieo Coal than any I have used. It burns free and lea s-es bu ttle ashes. J H BJKAN. We find that there is less dust and ashes In our houses when we burn Jellieo Mounta n Coal, than when using other coal; ROOSBOK..E. We are very w ell satisfied with Jellieo Mountain Coal. Consider It the best on the market: 8COTT, DEMSTER & GO. If you want this-excellent Coal order immediately of S. Venablc, Asheville, N. C, Ardent, for North Carolina for Main Jellieo Mountain Coal Co., STILL TO THE BREEZE ! BRXRJQ YOUR TOBACCO TO THK 5) sSfSli tL rsFatHTiftip iv a, it fbir cats, Corner Walnut and Water Not excelled for nxd accommodations and High Prices bvanv Ware house in the South. Extraordinary facilities offered this every department. . Good accommodations for farmers and teams. Drive right ahead for the OLD BANNER, Dhur.ir.ior.iD & PEnny. rMm. octl7-6mo . . " ftj"rniture WHOLESALE AND l'uiimuirj, juuiw. . ASHEVILLE, N. C. Ycu w ill fii d at WILLIAMSON'S ihe largest and best selected R-tnrl: nf Vi: niliM f pvpr riionoVit- tn AVmi.m M t, f 1: r stock of Sash, Doors ar.d Blinds constantly on hand. on mm ana get prices oeiore purchasing. We will save money. Salesmen CHAS. A. MOSELEY R. M. JONES. Tl.c gnat Southern Music IIcaiFe an '-Agency in. 1 his cit . Pianos nnd time.; S;-v- tVi iL ht and correspond , O. LOADS Ol opposite theKirle Hitel. our stock," 13,000 VYOitll of GENTS' - FIX NTSIIING GOODS, AN AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF everything to be Bold at - ready for business about Saturday, Oo F. If. JOSEYJY, Tho Cash Clothier and Tailor. SOFT COAL. quantity desired. Superintendent. Streets, ASHEVILLE, N. C. season. Special attention eiven to RIITAIL. DKELER IN oasn ana jiinas you YpMnfMtiniiraj of Ludden & Baits h?s ct-taliii-l.t u Organs Eold on one and two ytarr' nee and from $15 to $7f -LcFiilc . FALK, Accnt, - Oct 1-dlawAwtd . : . , . . . , Beyt, t.-fllm&wlt; At MUOIU-; iz TALK'S 1-UTr.itlue Mrr. ;v;.t .1 .a .1