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R.M. FUltMAN, )
JORDAN STON y, ) Editor
J.D. CAMEROV, )
Tuesday" mousing, sept. 4?i ":s.
I liuirman Stale Deni "wuic xemtiv
CVii.tniiUt-, Kaleii;h. 1 ikk in i ai. e'k
Ciiuinnarj Executive Cotnoiittco U.h
( nnr tioi)al J"'8'rict, Asheville, N. O.
C. M. Mcljjud Esq.
C'l airuian i xcvtitive Committee, Bun
txjiufo.; count, Asheville, N. C (.'. M.
MeL un, E8ii
NATION Ali DEJIOCHATIC TICKHT
Of New York.
DKMOCKATIC STATE TICKKT.
r or Governor,
DAM EL, U. FOWLE,
THOMAS 31. HOLT,
For Secretary of State,
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
i- FoTasurer, 1,
Of Wake. ..
GEO. W. SAKDERLIN.
For Suit. of Public Instruction.
SIDSEY M. FINGER,
THEO. F. DAVIDSON,
For Judges of the Supremt Court,
J. J. DAVIS, of Franklin,
JAMES E. SHEPHERD, of Beaufort.
A. C. AVERY, of Burke.
FOll KLK0T0I18 AT LARGE :
ALFRED M. WADDELL,
of New Hanoyer.
FREDERICK N. STRUDWICK.
For .Congress Ninth District :
THOMAS D. JOHNSTON, .
For Electors By Districts.
1st Dist., Geo. H. Brown of Beaufort.
2d, " John E, Woodward of Wilson.
3d, " Chab. B. Aycock of Wayne.
4th Edward W. Pcu. Jr., JobnBon.
6th ' J. H. Dobsom of Surry.
6th " Sam'i. J. Pbmberton of Stanley.
7th L. Campbkll Caldwell, Iredell.
8th " Tiiom as M. Vanob of Caldwell.
9th W T. Crawford of Haywood.
J'The question of free trade is 06
soluiety irrelevant, and the persistent
claim made in certain quarters that
all efforts to relieve the people Irom
unjust and unnecessary taxation are
schemes of uncalled Free Traders is
' mischievous and far removed from
any consideration oi the public
The Ea!eigh Signal, republican
to distort a trivial incident which oc
curred at Bishop Lyman's residence
in Italeigh during the last Episcopal
convention. The Bishop had invited
the member of the convention to a
reception. Just as the reception was
about over two . colored ministers
walked up, not to attend the recep
tion but to pay their respects to the
Bishop. The Bishop, however, very
kindly and properly sent then out
some refreshments. They did not
mingle with the other guests, nor
did they attempt to do so, and the
attempt of the republican organ to
distort this incident met as it merited
the contempt of the colored minis
ters. If political capital must be
made of this, the democracy could
well retort that Bishop Lyman is a
republican in politics which might
naturally have justified the negro
members of the convention to feel
they had a right t go to a reception
given to the members of the con
vention at his house. But no such
thing was contemplated by Bishop
Lyman or the negro ministers, nor
did any such a .thing, as charged, oc
cur. This shows to what straights
the republicans are put to. It will
recoil upon them.
lion. Thomas v. Jonnston se
cured tne adoption by the House of
an amendment to the Sundry Civil
bill which very greatly modi
fied the ezecation ol the internal
revenue laws, rendering them, while
they do remain on the statute
books, less obnoxious and oppres
sive. The republican! Senate, how
ever, have struck this amendment
irom the bill, notwithstanding the
earnest protests of Senator Vance.
The Washington correspondent of
- the Durham Plant thus writes ;
"The most important thing in
Congress to day for North Carolina
is the gallant effort made by Sena
tor Vance to have the item of the
Sundry Civil bill regardiag affi
davits and the bringing of suits in
Federal court? retained in the meas
pre. He spoke upon it, making
some telling points and amusing
the Senate. But the Senate refused
to reinstate the House provision.
which by the way, is Mr. Johnston's
and not as I stated Air. Henderson e,
This matter is in conference between
the two Houses. The House will
insist on retaining it"
This is but another evidence of
republican hypocrisy. The body of
that party opposed Mr. Johnston's
amendment in the Homse, bat the
democratic majority passed it ; now
the republican majority of the Sen
ate rejects it. They are not only
opposed to repealing the luws, but
will not permit acy amendment re
lieving them of this most obnoxious
and oppressive features.
, The Advance-Herald Ptarted-out
under its present management with
tl 5 high-sounding ussurance that
conscientious jnuinaliftn should be
its guiding mid governing prii c-i-.
jli-. Every . isMie Viiicts ., '! gi '
en tiuVir. nut Id shv ui f rlm.ate, -v-i
i i f uliHi iis wliiori imukUI. r
U Iim'H li'.ioUd rtMlk. Ill If is:-lM- I'l
tl.t lt-t it f. it l.; 1-tard "iiinuy
(.in. ;iil deuiotrais uiluiit" that Mr.
Ch-veland "dii.nl with the rio.ro
Fred Douglas We defy Hih A. H.
to name one ' CHudio" ir othtr sort
ol' dtmec.'ut why admits anything of
of the port. The A.-II. adds :
'"We deprecue any attacks upon
Mr.-. Cleveland, and we do not be
lieve any have been made upon
her by republican speakers in the
And this in the face ! t!ie infu
ni'ius btntement made by llmkery
lor w hich he was dcnouiio i by
Mr. V. S. O'B. Robins:.n, rrjubli
can candidate fur Congrtss m il.e
third district. But perhaps the
A.I means to take down Dock
ery's name, not considering him a
"republican speaker." After all
this the "conscientious" journal
adds that Cleveland "has come out
aud eaten" with a negro, thus re
peating 'the falsehood. t "
The democrats do not, object to
the fullest and fieest discussion of
Mr. Cleveland's every official act
He, and the party for him, desire
such, and by no means fear it. The
more it is fairly discussed the
grander he will appear before the
American people. It is such dis
cussion, however, that the republi
cans dare ncn attempt, but rather
prefer to rely upon such miserable
falsehoods as the above.' ,
HON. H. O. EWART ANDj HIS
CHARGE UPON CLEVELAND.
The Citizen never criticises its
political enemies with even seeming
severity with pleasure ; its recent
criticism of Mr. Ewart for language
we inferred irom a correspondence
in the Advance-Herald, written by
Mr. Ewart's friend, which had been
used by him at Mills River,was more
from surprise than anger. Mr. Ewart
writes the Citizen: "I have never
charged Mr. Cleveland with dining
Fred Douglas, in any speech I have
ever made. What I did say was
that Frederick Douglas, with his
white wife, had, on the invitation
of Mr. Cleveland, attended one of
the President's receptions. Douglas
himselt is authority for this
6taiement and has also stated
that it was an honor never accorded
him by either Mr. Grant, Mr. Hayes,
Mr. Garfield or Mr. Arthur. Of
course there is a vast difference be
tween a reception and a dinir g.
simply stated that Douglas attended
a reception of the President."
r '"Of course 'here is a vast differ
ence between a reefption and
dining," but Mr. Ewart ought to
know, that to all receptions
for which Invitations are sent, ar
only social affairs ; and we under
take to say that Mr. Cleveland
never sent Douglas with or without
his "white wile an luvitation to
one of them. To the public recep
tions no invitations are issued, and
Fred Douglas may have attended
one which was nothing more than
a crowd walking through a room
and shakiner hands with the Presi
So our friend, notwithstanding he
draws a distinction between a din
ing and a reception, can see that
even a reception for which invita
tions are sent is of such a character
that to invite to the one would . be
tantamount to an invitation to the
others. In addition to all this,
when this charge was first made,
even as Mr. Ewart puts it, some
three years ago, Mr. Lamont. upon
enquiry, positively denied it.
It gives ud pleasure to put Mr.
Ewart straight, not only by iviiig
his own fct :tement s to what he
did say, but also by giving him
Bonie information he probably -did
not have before.
Will it be thus Gorgeous?
Last night's sunset was a mag
nificent spectacle. As the glorious
orb of day settled down behind the
hills of New Jersey, the fleecy
clouds reflected his splendor and
seemed saturated with molten gold,
which soon turned to purple, then
to luminous gray, and then -faded
into the oncoming darkness.
So will it be .with the Republi
can party in November. N. Y.
la Oar Ilrnate (btni;ln?
We are inclined to ask this qnestion
by reason of onr hearing so many ieports
from thu country, this suuimer, of dis
eases which have not heretofore prevail
ed to audi an extent as they aie doing.
From all quarters we hear of Diarrhoea,
Cholera Morbus and kindred blood com
plaints. We therefore warn our readers
that, if they wonld avoid various eick
neea, to eh an all unripe fruit, use no
vegetables not fully matured, and above
11, to be provided with a bottle of Ly tie's
Elixir and a bottle of Tr. Hart's Belief!
bo that, if attacked with this disease, yon
can cure yourself at once, for in sickness
of this kind delay is especially daogerotu.
For Fall and Winter.
The buyers of Custom Clothing are
respectfully invited to call and examine
my new stock of samples anl nrice
goods, embracing the largest and most
select stock of Foreign and Domestic
novelties that have ever been shown in
Having furnished a lareu nuruder of
the suits the past season to. the satis
faction or my patrons i solicit a contin
uance of the same, feeling sure that I can
satisfy the most exacting tastes with
hi eh class tailoring. I propose to fur
nish gennine merchant tailor work lault-
ess in design ana nt at reasonable prices.
ftespy, a. wHiTivocit.
Frightlu I S ki n Disease.
&rtr1ngr Iik Htm ntmrly ran.' BtM
cortrtd tclth Sort: Cui-tdbl tht CuHrmrm
ilivsHs Etjvkns&Bubkkb, Mc iroc, . '.'
Marjinc-Aoni! iwo mou'da agu. on onr
reooiiinienautioii, I bought s t iiile of Outi'cu a
Resolvent, one Cuiiinra Snlre. and oue cato
of CuticuraSoap. lot tny son.agid iliiitccn 3ears,
who hag been s 111 i tied w-Uh ibtin ec tei a tor a
long time, and I m ploHs. 1 toiun that 1 . Ilt-ve
the rtircdit s have eunrt hiui. 11'm iiflrii
were intoiiBe, his head U ing mar y raw. h una
bet' i ;one except the grtsili-, aitd hiH b;-dy
coven! with wreg Hu coudiiioa vu frihiful
to b-hokl. 7he wre l;a e now ril disappfa-td,
hlHxkip is licall t e Might, chevifui in ill.
pwiuon, an. is oikuig every da. My u.-ili-bors
sre wimtstes u-tills r. mar. shift cure. ud
the !oub;iuOHL me rrquesled to call or write
me. or any gi id y neighbor. .
Wlurhei ter 1" t., Holon co , N f.
Monroe, N. C, Cct. 29,1887,
Hi' 101TIR 1 LIO ANi CWillCALCO.:
Ginlhmtn Mr. Wm. S. ritcphcEBon of this
county biocght his son to town to-day to let m
ko una, auu in Mit us wuai tuncuni ttcmeai
had done tor - Ira ' iH is the case reieired to in
our letter to you scjic time ago. To look at the
boy now, cue would supprge that" here had never
Dcen anything 'te metier with htm, seems lobe
in pene-'i neaiiu. we nave written ami herewith
Inclose what his r.tner has to say alo-it the mat
ter, wrote it lust as he dictated.
We are selling quite a quantity of tul; ura
Kemeu cs nri,nrar uoming Dut prtiites lor them.
We regai d the Cuticura Eamedies the best in the
mat ket, and shall do all w e can to promote their
HIEVENS & BRDKEB,
Drugibta and fhaimacists.
Culietira, the great skin enre, and Cuticura
Soap prepared from it, externally, and Cn'icura
Kesolvent, the new blood purider. Internally, are
a positive cure for every form of skin and blood
disease, irom pimpies to (croraia
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c.; Soap,
Sac.; Resolvent, fl. Prepared by the Iottkr
JJRUQ AND 'JHEMICAL Uo., BOStOn, MOSS.
-Send for "llow to Cure Skin Diseases," 64
paces, oo illustrations, ana luu tesumonu.
B'UPI ES, black heads, red, rough, chapped and
lta uuy rain i-revenieu oy cuticura toiip.
Weak, Painful BapSks,
Kidney and Uterine Pins and Weak
nespos, relieved in one minute by the
Ctillrmrm nti. Pain M'tmnttr.the, fir lit
anaoniv pain Killing piaster. ew, inetantaneoos.
Tnke lb Asheville Cilizen Fall ana
Fair IiscnsMlonn or the Political
In order that all the people niav keep
themselves fully informed upon the
political ii'sdm of the present campaign
we win sriKi lue AsnEvii-LE uitizsn
nnti! the 1st of next December as follows
Daily, single subscription $ 2 00
Weekly, . " 50
Daily, Clubs of 5, . $ S CO
" " 10, 14 00
Weekly " 5, 2 00
10, 4 00
All names to a club must be sent at the
same time, and cash must invariably
accompany me oraer.
Let all friends oi the Citizen work
and (dye it a very large circulation.
xne campaign beiore us is not only a
very important one, but will be a very
exciting one. The people should keep
tnorongniy posted, ine citizen will
do its full duty in the contest. Address,
Asheyille, N. C
For First Place.
A great amount of political engineer
ing will be done by friends of candidates
to secure for their man tho first place on
the ticket, and the best man will pro
bably secure the coveted place. Then if
indorsed by the majority of the people.
the election is assured. - Electric Bitters
has been put to the front, its merits pass
ed upon, has been indorsed, and un
animously given the first place, among
lemedies peculiarly adapted to the relief
and cure ot all Diseases of Kidneys,
Liver and Stomach. Electric Bitters,
Deing guaranteed, is a safe investment.
Price 50c. and $1 per bottle at H. II.
Lyons' Drug Store.
PROHIBITION CUB. ? -
Tho Asheville Prohibition Club meets ovetv
Friday night at Hall of Bona of leaiperance
over Oariuioliael'a dratr store.
Officers J. J. Hill President.' Rev.Ti. M.
Fease 1st Vice-President, I. H. Gorenflo 2nd
Vice-President, Bev. T.- M. Myers 3rd Vioe-
-resiaent, r. Lu enuiord, secretary and
Executive Comhittee J. O. Lindsey, W.
D. Justice, 3. L. Wilkie, Dr. E. Eaird and Dr.
J. A, Watson. aug22dtnov6
1Vbt Am I To Io T
The symptoms of Biliousness are un
happily but too well known. They differ
in different individuals to some extent.
A Bilious man Is seldom a breakfast
eater. Too frequently, alas, he has an
excellent appetite for liquids but none
forsolidj of a morning. His tonpue w ill
hardly bear inspection at anytime; if it
is not white and furred, it is rou?l, at all
The digestive system is whojly out of
oraer ana .uiarrnea or constipation may
be a symptom or the two may alternate.
There are often Hemorrhoids or even
loss of blood. There may be giddiness
and often headache and aciditv or
flatulence and tenderness in the pit of
tne stomacn. Xo correct all this if not
effect a cure, try Greeu't August Flower, it
costs but a trifle and thousands attest i n
(Ireat Cnmpnlxn Offer
The Weekly Courier-Journal has now
the largest circulation ot any Democratic
newspaper in the United Slates and its
proprietors to farther extend its circula
tion offer to send it postage prepaid from
June 4th, 1888, to Dec. 31st, 1888, thirty ?
one issues for only fifty cents.
Subscriptions sent before June 4th,
will be entered from that time, but these
received after June 4th. will be entered
from the date received to expire Dec
The ratf to clubs of eight and ovei are
extremely liberal. A sample copy of the
Weekly Courier-Journal containing its
great campaign offer can be procured,
free of charge, by addressing W. N.
Haldeman, President Courier-Jonrnal
Company, 'Louisville, Ky.
The subscription price of the Daily
Courier-Journal, without the Sunday
issae, is Ten Dollar ($10) a year. Price
of Sunday Courier-Journal is Two Dol
iars i$2)ayear. ' '&wtf
THE SHOE STORE
SO. 30, 8. ST..
ASHEVICLK, T. C.
HERRING & WEAVER
Are offering inducements for a good
share of patronage, both city and country
trade; They carry : the best 'makes of
Shoes now-on the market. Some of
which are . In Ladies'- Burts, Rollers,
Zeiglera, Evitt & Bros., E. R. Reed & Co.;
in Men's Lilly, Brackett & Co.' Han an &
Son, U. Hess & Bros , Hey wood, W. L.
uouglas, and otl ers. -
Their line of fine Silk Umbrellas,
manufactured by Wm. A. Drown fc Co.,
Philadelphia, expressly for their trade
is the best in the city 1 ",' '
Vome and see. also the best iiat that
can be bought in the city, for the money.
: You wilj consult your own interest by
examining carefully the complete line of
fine goods kept by
HERRING A WEAVER.
vV r t f P Ct'
'f SSI 5?wtr65 rftil " l' ftn.l
. f irst
' Fine monogram ei i iaviDg a tLtcialty. t. '.n e n and badges utaue. to ord?r.
Satisfaction guajtmt t d in every rtepert.v - - :'
Sonilt ia:n Blret
Can be had on reasonable terms, at
Notice to Aflvertlsers.
Parties frequently have advertise
ments inserted "till forbid," and allow
them to remain longer than they sus
pect, and then object to paying for such
insertions. Our space costs us money,
and we must and will charge for its use.
All parties may expect to pay full tran
sient ra,tes for alLlUt forbid" advertiaer
saents. c Wo hoiju .-fere 'will be no r
ther misunderstandings upon this point.
It is much more satisfactory all round,
to fix length of time and agree torate of
charges in the beginning. -
For llie I.ftdies.
The celebra'd Dr. Arrincton's tooth
brueh at 25c. each, also a large stock of
ti.e very nest &ngnsn and irench brisue
brushes, call and examine. i
W. C. Carmichakl,
A limited number of doc rd era can be areore-
modated t 311 Fatton Avenne. ang 7 dlw
OR SALE, ,
3 dozen pairs gocd second-hand Holler SkatCB.
nnel9dtf : Addreu Lock Box 2!)1.
A SDlendid saddle and cart la re horse, snm
and two retts .l harness, all in excellent Condi-
lion. Suitable tor a family. Apply to
mehlSdtf . W. C. CARMICHAEL.
Two fine r.flieo rooms No 60 South Main St..
njw occupiea dv urs. Mciiii; aau isauie.
Apply to FRANK LOUOIIRAN,
aug 1 dtf - -
An 8 roomed brick house at 44 Grove street.
Location central and in good community.
For particulars address
W. T. WEAVER, .
aug 24 dGt Boxl.A sheville. N . O.
The WoodOn Bouse (furnishedl Willi 11 rooms:
also Hillside, the Chapman property, with 10
rooms; also house with 8 rooms on Grovs ttreet
opposite Capu Tom Johnston's home. Apply to
- NATT ATKINSON & SONS.
maylSdtt Real Estate Agents.-
JOOD PRIVATE BOARD.
I'aitl a ccsirlDR pood private hoard can be
rcn nicdf ted satisfactorily bT applying to
MRS. T.W.N r.EL,
23S Haywood street, '
nor 10 dtf near Battery Park.
5 OO RI:WARDI0ST
A pocket-book, about five inches in length,
silver clasp, and containing a tlO and $20 note
ond a return railway ticket from Chmiottssvilie
to New York: also a trunk key. $ re'wata for its
rrtntR, will hra fniiX by w. jteynOldd, at the
cumi uouse, jiugAlcui
A NEW .'CHOOL
Will ba opened at Piaeon River, Haywood co.'
N. ., the tii st Monday in August, S8, and con
tinue live months. Terms lo. Competent
teachers For particulars address
PROF. 8. K. 'i U WV1CK, President.
ulr 19 dlw L'eoot. N. C.
SjfJtlFLE BOTTLE FREE.
fVilsoii's Fruit and Vegttable
Keep your fruit la open jars. Tasteless. Harm
less. See circular for certificate from R. W
Tate, M. D., bupt. Board of Health of Guillord
county. W. C Porter, Druggist, and others.
B. b. RYAN. Agent,
aug 24 dlw Buncombe and Haywood.
JIIRS T CLASS PRIV ATE BOARD
CAN BE HAD AT
No. 34 Grove Street.
bouse centrally located and perfectly new with
large airy rooms. Bath rroms attached. Table
supplied ith the best the market aSbrds.
July S d3m
Salem Feiale Ui
':A1.EM. 1ST- C.
HKALTIIVr t. LoCiTIGN; BE J.C1IFCL GBOUNDS
ample biildniKS w.th comfortable studv
parlors; s.eepmg alcoves; bathing rooms; well
graded and advanced course of b-udy; special
schools ia Muste, Alt, Larftuasres anil Commercial
studies; refined borne life, with good Christian
training- tpeeial cans of the individual pupil:
eighty-four years of continuous exrerienee and
more than 11.000 Alnmnax Send for Cntalnmie
nd circulars inly 21 dim
T. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.
The exercises of this Academy will ooen Mon
day, Sept. Ud. For particulars, apply to the
sept 1 dim MOTHER SOPiRIORE38.
T. BUCK LAND,
T AIT.O H,
Beers to announce to the citizens of ARheviile
up-stalts. third floor, en'rauce n"xt door to the
Special attention given to cleansing, repairing
Gentlemen, Attention I
Y utEeceived :
Si-VER L HUNDRED PATTERNS
. OF THE -
ever brought to this. -
- . STATE!, . .
MADE to OEDEE
AT LOWEST PRICES.
An inspection of these really elegaAt
goods ia ull I ask. - ; ';
' AN ORDER WILL SURELY FOLLOW.
Visitors to the city are specially invi
ted to call. ; ..-
J. VV. SCHARTLE,
42N. MainSt, -. . ' -'. :
: J ASHEVILLE V, C I
ug29dly . r ' .
det-rip'ion. " A lane lim e f .
eiUer Iici!i' tunm V- lm . v. rv :
- aass itWo Iry Store;
- Kev wind katclis t liHna !1 i..:tui fi:.d -
Fin Mnlt-Ii ntl Jeweirj ICfPiiiriu
ii SiH'olailt v.
t.'Aitiievi !, N. C.
120 Haytvooil Street.
J) It. It. F. AKItIXTlV,
sitroeox mprrr dextist.
' OFFICE I-.OOMS:
Over L. Mundss sterePstton Avenue.
e IS . I I2irfr .
H. DOUGLASD. D. B,
Dental Rooms over irant t Roseberry'a Drug
:on, residence iu same building Asheville. N. C
R. H. REEVES, D. D S. 1. F. RAMSAY, D. D. 8
REEVES and RAMSAY,
Dbst.m. Offics in Concally BuiUlii.g over
Redwjoa's sio e, I'atton Avenue,
ma; 6 Jly
R. CLINGMAN STAUNfc?.
PHYSICIAK AND bl'RGEON,
Hazel Post Office,
M est side of French Bread.
June !il d.t wlf Two miles :rom Asheville.
R . W. L. A C. E. HILLTAltl'.
I'HTVII 1AXS nnti SFXUEOXN,
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Office No. 17 8. Main St., up stairs
Residence 103 Si Main st.
may 19 dim
OCTOR JOHN HEY WILLIAMS
Has removed liU residence to No. 53 Haywood
street, corner WKlnut. office nt same number
till further notice
OFFICE HOUR-?: 1 11 A M. to 1 P. M.
f 2 to 5 P. M.
mch 15 dUmog
T A. WATSON, M. D.
9 to 10 A. M. NO. 30 PATTON AVENUE,
2 to 3 P. M. AKheville, N. C
Attorney Rl Law,
Asheville, N. C.
Will practice in all the courts of the State.
Collections of claiirs a seciaity. Oilice with
Sheriff la Court House. iani dll
WALTER W. VANDIVER.
ASHEVILLE, - - - NO. . A.
Practices in the courts of Western North aro
llua. Collection of claims, ia any part of the
State, a specialty. jul&kltf
OGER J. PAGE,
Atto ey nt U,
Practices ia all the Courts. Slate and Fedeial
Jan 14 dtf
fJlHOS. A, JONES,
Attorney at Law
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
oo.t 22-lv 5 w OtSce with Dav'dson A Ma
HARLES A. 3IOORE.
Attorney and Ccvnvilor nl t.n.'v
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Practices In the United States Circuit and Dla
trict Courts at Asheville. Statcsvil'e, Charlotte
and Greensboro: in the Supreme Court at Rfc.elgb
and In the Courts of the Twelvth Judicial Dis
.trict oi the State of North Carolina.
Special cUlenlion siren to colleotlou or elates
JpAMES A. BURROUGHS,
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Office over Powell & Snidt fa.
3- Residence corner of Main au
THEu. I! DAVID80N 7. it C. J'iT
DAV1D30N A MARTIN,
t iterneys tc Counsellora-Ht'ldsw
ASHS VILLI, N. C
Will rm.;:t: in the 8th and 9th JndicUl Dismc-.a
and in tlie Supreme Court of North Carolina, puj
In the Federal Courts of Western District t
Refer to the Bank of Asuovllle.
W. W. JONES. GEORGE A. SHUFORD
JONES & SHUFORD,
Attorneys at Law,
ASHEVILLE, - -. - .T. C.
Practice In the Superior Courts o v.'Jitjrn
North Carolina, the Supreme Court of the State,
and the Fedsral Courts at Asheville.
Office in Johnston Building, where one member
of the firm can always be found.
nov 11 dlvear
JLJANFORP N. LOCK WOOD,
First Broom Factory in the of North
- Carolina. - -
... . BROOMS HAND MADE-
Specia,! gTades for Milia and Factorleb. E-bera
ecoum on aozen ioy. - -
- Also wholesale jjfcbtr of ft e Goods , . :
TOcli 1 llawd;v;tta)
BiTi OPIK11) 1 HUH STOCK OP .
Confectloieries, Breads, Cakes, Ac., sfcond floor
north of the store of G. A. Mears, 29 South Main
street. Oar goods are all new and just what
every family needs, consisting of Coffee, Sugar,
Lard, Hour, Meal, Salt, Candles, Canned Goods,
Cigars, Ac . --;
'ROYSTER'S FINE CANDIES
a epeclalty. , :
w. Van a firaf. rlftss baker inet from Baliimore
and can furnish, freah . -i. -
BREAD AND CAKES
every day. plain and ornamental, leilveredat
any point In the city. - ' . . ,
confectioneiiea and cakes on short notice. .
t ituatHiB v rcui,
July S3 dtf - Asheville. N. C.
THE NEW TWELVE-ROOM
Cornet or fyiuce ut.d Co ht tlrttti. .
Pure wiiter, full drainage, nil conveniences. ..
-UITAHi li Ft'K BOARDING HOUSE
- , t1oo Id i'U'ic jnare, rivare. . -V.t.
' Ic li'i I) teriant ut a Wr. '
ars oareaaouA .-Itf i-ertii-, pi?v..
fitly 4 !f ban uuoa lloul.
1S55. Established. 1855.
c ro w a ?v ..
37 , Pattuii "viinif.
Watches, Clok.Jew, irjr.s )v,.r a id i.late 1 ware
. Optical (io. d, cold Pens, tc.
Large a-td .a Kd u orl nrett ot Indies' and
u ntlf en'Gold Watches rt low trim 8.
lai. r, i,. , nu ci.t of We injri. in the
ulv. . ...
All rtpaini!:f in n h's, c'oot.-, pl jtwelry
Jieat Tand .io:u;.! x a i t . Tennmiib-e 0?ures.
t A'l IMr'.f ! Ii N fil 4 h El.
Tbo trcf eot rpr!.u.r tbr I lii giect n- wfTort
to nieriLa T.nin-i,,ti of tin- atnitiegiryo lr4
ly bestowed during nianv jtars ui wi t.ia
JESSE R. WARNER
V ASHEVILLE, N. C.
METALLIC? AND WALNUT CC FFINS
AND CASKETS . -of
every style and quality, constant iv on
band. Every requisite of the business
furnished, and all calls day or night are
Hearses furnished when desired.
Embalming a Specialty.
Bodies will be taken charge oi prompt
ly when desired. Robes of all sizes and
qualities, both tor Ladies and Gentlemen
always on hand.
Office and residence No. 40 N. Main st.
Telephone No. Gl
JESSE R. STARNES.
Patton Avenue Hotel.
Having thoroughly cleaned and nc ly fnniL-h-ed
the above hotel, situated half-way betf en
the depot and ciurt tquare, we now eoliott
boarders and transient guests. Goon fare, terms
MR. ANT lias. A. 11. STOCKTON,
Blum UilW OK i, .
Havina established a Tank Stntien ot Ashevillo
are prepared to supply thetraOe ot Asheville and.
vicinity with all grades of Illumlnatir.g, Lubrica
ting, Cylinder and Engine Oils. Also the celebra
Royal Axle Grease.
Orders by mail rromplh tended to. Ilignes't
prices paid for emrty ,ene banels.
W. ... ARSELL. Manager.
Box2t6, Ashcviile, N. C-
FRANKLIN, K. C.
M. P. BRITTAIS, Proprietor.
This House, long and favorably known under
the charge of b. Cunoir.gh.im, is now open under
the management cf the rreseut proprietor, which
is s guarantee oi saimacit mioe taoie is proviaea
with the resources of a bountilul market, and
thecuUine will do jrs ice to the supplies. The
rooms are we. 1 futnuhed, and the comfort ot
cuej-ts is assured.
Fiankiln is situated TO miles west o Asheville.
and 20 miles from the W. K V. It K., from which
it is vcached b. dai'v lines of cjirrigces.
Around Frai.klin are roiuiy ioiiits of interest
to be re-chea cy tne laciu.ies niiomea oy-a ursi
1 ivcty Stable,
run iu connection with tre hcu?e- Tei.rcs. ve
hicles or .ddle horses funiu-hcd. on oi.1t' at all
times. Addie,s 8. P. BK1T1 AIN.
may V d2rn Frauklin. N C.
Caesar's Head Hotel.
Located uj-on the summit of '
Ciesar's Head Mouuf sti,
an outlying spur ol the Blue Ridge, 4(X)0
leet above tide water.
Average temperature during the hot
uiontns irom eu" to 70 .
Climate incomparable, "an elixir of
life." Scenery varied, grand and beauti
ful. Mineral waters abundant.
Ts now open for the season of 1 888.
Every comfort provided that it is possible
to obtain in this mountain country.
Guests cordially welcomed. Daily
mails, livery stable, dec.
24 miles from Hendersonville, N. C.
F. A. MILES. M. D.,
june 15 dtf Proprietor.
A QT-TU'TrTT T
McINTYRE BE0M .
Cor. Xortlaeasl Court Sqiuire.
On hand at all tinies the beet Beef, Mutton,
Pork, Veal, Venison, West Carolina and East
Tenn. can afford Wild Meats in season.
French. Brad Hotel
A. G. HaHiburton, x Prop.
This Hotel is local e4 within one hundred feet
of the Western North Carolina Railroad Depot,
and nex. to the offices ot the Superintendent and
the General Freigl-1 Agent of the W. N. C. B, B. '
REASON ABLE TERMS.
FIRST CLASS BAR
ia attached, wnere will be fbnnd at all times th
. oeu oranas oi
Liquors, TTCites. JKrantltes
Telephone connection with TJp-town.
, mch3 dtf . -
Big a hns given onivcr
sat aatlstoctica iik- t
TO I DATS.
. ninj or uuuuxruws ehu
j aSL 4 Gleet. I prescribe it and
I - fevlaafeinrecouimcnd-
itiT It to all mTerors.
a r .
v , ... rr.icK.r i.c?. s.
- ' ; lKOIlt.
; JOHIT M. CAMPBELL,
Real EstateDeaIer k$) it
11C31DENCE OF J. SI. CAMPBELL, WEST ASHEVILLE.
ISSitSiK JtllJLLIOtY.iCRES ion sale:
From jii to $2 per acre, and 40,000 acres given away.
Real Estate bought in Asheville through J. M. Campbell always proves a Bonanza.
Refers by Permission to
Hon. Hugh Thompson, Assistant Sec. U. S. Treasury,
Hon. T. D. Johnston, M. C., Asheville, N. C,
Rev. Sam Small, Washington, D. C, Chestnut st, Phila
H. Sampson & Co., 69 Channcy st., Boston; 57 Leonard st, N. Y.; 20f.
's Brown Bros., Providence, R. I.
Col, Frank Coxa, Prop'r Battery Park Hotel, Asheville, N. C.
Geo. W. Palmer, Banker, Saltville. Va.
, . . "Bank of Asbe?IUe. Asheville, N. C.
' ; , -'- ' " Commercial Br-. .k, Columbia. S. C.
Options on Property Bought and Sold.
tMakes buying, selling, renting and exchanging property a specialty.
WANTED All kinds of property, both city md country; also, mineral and
ruuvin!n;n xinds and farms netir Asheville.
The following property, improved and unimproved, will be sold by me straiuht,
without ci'inmission or intervs-ruion cf middlemen, at. pricts and terms to suit the'
0 aeies and a becntif nl residence wi.h all r::oc
ern improvements on llill t, only 5 minute '
walk to court hoose A bargain. I r u'.l be sub
divided and sold.
4 he u-s and lots on Hill st, very desiab'c.
li lots ne r New Depot.
Keeisiorary interest in Patten Ave. Hotel ; 16
rooms, lot 80 it on Ave, 150 ft cn Derct t.
10 lots on Paiton Ave and Depot st.
21 acres right at Sulphur f-prinjr frcntir? l'i'0
iion ran oaaano same on iram Haywood turn
pike: beautiful grove.
SW sores at Turnpite; i est grape land in
4iki0 seres neiir V,alhalla, S. C.
2 lots on Willow tt.
24 anee or SB lots of Dr. Hardy place; Hue ior a
4 oere6 aad hous", one mile f: oiu c . urt liousr;
18 Io:s on Main H.
9i acres or SO Sots near lorfoiaie litnite 14 mi
from wirt house ; the finest river and mountain
views, nbo fine buildirir kites and good water
Any parties wisliin; to purchase any of the sbr-v i-k m r-it-p w i'i mo the U6ual
5 per cent coinmisfiioi: paid real estate agents by c;i,Vi.l. ui? din-i t. I have also
uitich .ii!)trtv, well located, which is improved &iu! fiiimiiiM :. Also prop
ery on nearly every principal street in the city for sale. This property bas
been placed in my hands by persons w ho want to !! it but who do net wish it
advertised. They have authorized me to sell it, and pay me for iu Call and see
Hie and I will show jou any property you may wisii. snd w ill buy fcr persons wibh
irtr to buy at a bargain and will save theia money. Persons who have property
and desire it. advertised can b.Rve it done through n.e free of cost. Persons who
want to look at property with the view of buying v.i:i br shown around the citv
.'rPe in a cnmfortable conyevence.
For Rent 9-room house, fnrcished, in Doubledsy. Ample grounds. Comforta
ble house. Cheap.
ATTETION ! By order of the c wner, the undersigned will sell at a positive
bargain good only for two we eks, tlx Ids on Bailey Mint, 75x105 One half cash
balance on easy terms; two lots e n Hill ard P.vMU' i itiittt, riui fir lotp on
Hazel Bill 50x125. Apply to J M. 'Alii 1 1.LL.
A boarding houst: within two miunies walk r f j ublic r;iiii:e i-v. Pattii Avenue,
largo grounds, ve!i hhadfd, jsood tanier., 5C0 per trjcr.th uiifuiuishtd. Fur. iture
for sale or hire. One furnii-hrd iionte, 0 rccnif., in DouMcdai ; ere furnipiied house
21 rooms on Haywood street; ciiii furrjislicd lioiipe 7 irit ins n Town Mountain;
one unfurxish?d hoitfe 6 rooms on Haywood strt-et; fctir tmfi:ri;iVlied l ouses. 2 and
4 rouir.s, onthvide avenue; two tinfuinifh vd l.ntKe PI i'ip tueet; two i:nftitiiithcd
liotmes Oak street.
K. V. JONKSS. K. P. rORTNEE-
jo'iES & fmim,
No. 16 N 'ourtSqupr,
ASHEVILI.K..N. V . -Atannfacturers
of aud Dcil r
Saddles, Bridles. &c,
And dealers in
lIorse-Bn'sbeE. Vhips, Currycombs, Siurs, rf-c.
Fine English Saddles
a specialty. Fly Nets, new lut o! Krift.e Goods
Justarrive.i l sp 'ooes, asie g.-ease. uliricaiiriK
Oil. A COniplCie i TIlIieiiL Ol. eei .i..ik uj-ii-
' MHis EslslilBliisit
dealing in oar line ol trade.
Our prices shaii he as low as tne lowest heru
No 16 N. Coart Square
The Asheville Water Wort now furnish mpcr-
ior facilities for the use of these Motors.
Tue TDERIt aud the BACKUS
Kive chenp and efficient power formally manu,
factures and iudastries. They aie used for run
nine one or more Sewlne Machines, denta' lathes
and engines, coftee milic, ice cream freezers
fans, printing presses, tobacco nachinery, faw s,
ttc etc. Power from the least req :irid to 10
THE TUERK AND THE BACKUS ARE THE
LEA DISQ WATER MOTORS AA D ARE VSED
THE WORLD OVER.
Agents for the ... .
Ttierk Hydiaulic Elcvatis,
For Tassengers and Freight. These elevators axe
; Absolutely Salfe,
Satisfaction Guaranteed., .
A W.LINDSKV, pReni.
Headquauers at the office of the Singer Mann
t cturing Co.. 2 South Main at. aulladtf
H. L. FITZFATKICK. ' T. V. FITZPATEICK
? 2a N. Main st. - -
ASHEVILLE, - - N. C,
. ''"' DEALERS tS
IV all Papers, -
it., fl Paintn n Rnpontil v.
EfUmaiet FxirnuheJ on Application.
A 11 torders by mail promptly attended
fto. - -noviadti
rpHE ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUHE
, . SELLS
PIANOS, ORGAKS,'. VIOLINS,
PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS,
': ACCORDEANS,. .
; : ' r . accordeans, ;
STRINGS FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS.
STRINGS FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS,
- f ianos and Organs sold on installments and
otherwise, also placed in the hands of bona liSe
pimhuters on 30 days" trial, mtti 'he understand
ti g hi.weyer, that no repnwetitatiws of ...
art. ci.il a iiT' ju.!t,i.
, ; i. -
Sp. IfI"S.: S
li e Jii. i -t i ti
4 lots near cc-roetery.
1 lot on Academy st.
3 !cts on Bailey st.
2 lots on Wallach St.
5 lota on Town Mountain.
8 lots on I hillips st.
8 lots on Biitlev si.
The Middletor. place of 19 acres with Lor.se.
Tbl will be Hihiiivided aid sold In lots. It is
located in tlie growirs town of Victoria
4t0 acre3 in Chcnn s Cove from one to two mi.
from city. A ill i,e sold as a whok- or subdivided
to suit ior smal! famif - Soil is rich, timber heavy
and black lead and mica mines in ! I:e property
iu large qnanti-ics.
30 acres near Brisiol, Tcnn.
One liccfe aud lot in Bli iTCily, Tenn
JIU'.ffiO stock of Colmnl.ia Bridge Co. A loll
bridge bringing ltrge motthiy dividends at price
J2(0.CK) stork ol Silu.'s Mfg. Co -Columbia, 8.
C, finef t property for n-Ri ulacturipg p i rpotes la
the South, tevi li j ed lioise )-.wer, 10,(40.
Buncombe coui'ty hcnii's ior sale.
Th u'sntct Scwxpaper in
Is i-eiit to anv Post Office address in
the United States (postage paid)
for one year,
Daily (except Sunday) for $3.
Dailv (including Sunday) for 54.
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS
Reading for the Farmer;
Reading for the Business Man;
Reading for the Household;
Reading for the Million.
Circulation Over 106,000. Its Cheapness
PtitB it Within the Reach
of Eerylody, ; y '
919 Chestnut Street,
A large line of Men's fine low
quartered Shoes running in price
as high as $6.00
to an average price or
" TKese are all standard good
. . 'and-at' 7... - ..;' '
A Great Sacrifice
figures to close out.
BEARDEN, RANKIN & vO.,
So S. Main st
J. M. THRASH fi SOHil
WEST ASHEVILLE. N: -
Now have a fu'I Jine ol goods
especially suited to the wants cf the
public end we cfter' " v
SPECIAL BARGAINS. ..
Ve keep superior quality of
CLOTHING, 1 : :
; . HAT,SHOES,i 7, :
t.. .. .'.O" - . AND ' - ' '- '.
' .FAMILY GROCERIES;
VWpay the highest market prides ;
for ; , J.--... "
POTATOES, BUTTER. '
- ; ; CHICKENS, EGGS, C ;
We inuite the public to call and
see cur Spring Stock,
- Goods delivered in the cHy.".
I Telephone No, 10. ; . .
Iv. d)e J3.