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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
The Citizen Is the mott extcnslvelv circu
North'caVolina ad "ew"paptr in Western
Iti discussion of public mm anl measure--of
I",,,,,c tatfuritT. hone.l
jfoi emmcnt, and pruafirroui induatrv. and it
know, no personal allegiance in treating pub-
The t itiien publishes the dispatches of th.
Awociated I rcss, which now cover, th,
whole world in it. scope. It ha. other fnrili-
e. fr Tii J"ianm or Kuthennt!
.;. ..i . . . l. witn evervthiiiKi-arc-tully
edited to occupy the smnllcst sonic.
Specimen copie. of any edition will be sent
r.-ee to any one sending their address.
,.,LK."7j.'a,ly: 'r one year; $3 for six
months; BC cent, for one month ; 15 centsfot
one week. Carrier, will deliver the paper in
every part of the city to subscribers, ami ,TOr
ties wanting it will please eall at the Citizk.s
'i'Ii cc .
Advrktisino Ratrs Reasonable, and mmli
known on application at this office. AM
Jance ailv,:rtl,M:m,:nt" mut be paid in a
Reading notice, ten cent, per line. Obitu
ary marnaRe and society notices fifty cent
each I not exceeding ten lines) or fifty cent
SUNDAY. DliC EMBER 8, 1889.
THK Fl'NERAL OUHI IJl II M
As will be seen by our telegrams, will
be solemnized on Wednesday next, tin
body of the dead statesman and soldier
meanwhile lying in state in the t.iv hilll
at New Orleans. Thus time will be al
lowed for every community in the S.iuih
to arrange for a kciiit.iI .simultaneous
tribute ol respect and sorrow. This isso
universal and sincere that the lew pitiful
exceptions even here, will not detract
from the improssiveness and expressive
ness of the fact that a whole people uniu
as one in this sad testimonial of love, re
sect and grief. To Mr. Davis is paic.
the singular honors of obedience to a dis
armed chieftain, of loyalty to a dispos-
rlu pic.Mucni, ot conhdence ol an over
thrown statesman, of affection for
ltouii'Wu IV;...,,! r
v"" oi icvercnee to occave
old age; because, remembering that M
Uuvia not only suffered for nil of us, bm
that bis labors and sufferings were tin
, ic JUrc.sL arui lomcslconvic
Hons of what he believed to be ri-ht
t 1 P-1
i nose convictions were not abandoned
when he liOl I.:.. ,- . ,
icicicine iwruie con
stitution, his knowledge of ihedifncukic
K -i I.- . i
....... wMti us adoption, ins conception o
me mugmtiKieol its blessings, if laitlifulh
observed, held Inm faithful to his trust
was not more nis antagonism to tin
government than bis outspoken tidclin
to the principles upon which that govern
ment was founded that drew to him
hrttfwrl tl,.., I. .11 .i .
,uilt iwiiwwt-u mm to tile grave
it was tile hatred that was rebuked In
the patriotic virtues of Jefferson Dav
such as aggravated the Creeks at tin
sound of the name of Aristides, the Just
As lie lies on his bier, wrapied in th.
drapery of his whole country's flag, hi
imiy niignt be disarmed w hen it was tl
nag or whose honor he fought and bled
ajuwst wnicli lie fought in deduce of th.
indefeasible principles of constitution
rigiu, and uutlcr winch he lies, reconcile.
as the man and the patriot, if not the re
Habilitated American citien.
n,..- , i" ..... .. i ."VYi " ..
. ,,;u iiieim oi tne i-aniicr am.
Scottish Chief calls our attention to ai.
error into which we bad fallen by th.
statement that all the emmigrants Iron
Scotland to the Sandhill couutrv wen
Presbyterians. Such was our imprcssioi.
as Ii-. 1 1... ..f : : .
- w..v Miaaj, ,,i niiiuigriiiion ; out wt
were not aware lx.-1'orc that the Ilaptists
lormed and considerable portion of tin
early settlers of Kobersou or anv otliu
of those counties, though we know tin
in progress of tune that denomination
has acquired strength.
uur notice in yesterday's paper of tin
history of the Scotch-Irish, leads us ti
... i, i . , .
muni tx iviiiiiiK not so ltlucll by wav Ol
explanation, but of addition. We stated
under the circumstances. A South Caro
lina negro cannot sit beside a white pas
senger on a railroad train, without
creating a commotion, and vet he sits
besides white senators and reprcscnta
tivesm the state Legislature. TheSouth
is not asked to fraternize, but civilize on
the race issue. San Domim-n mnl.r
American llag at all events would Kfttll'
noinmg.
The Republican is right when it con
demns the plan of sending laborers out
of the country as neither statesman-like
nor humane. Certainly not, when to do
so involves the necessity of tearing men
from the homes to which they are at
tached, and forcing upon them con
ditions that are new, untried and
cruel. Wise tcratment of the negro
question need not have involved
my stream whatever upon remib-
e.iii iiisiiiuiions. t nwise precipi
tancy in investing him with political
powers beyond his strength and compre
hension may threaten a danger, which
can be readily avoided by leaving the nc
,'ro to work out his own destinv as
other canable races have done theirs. If
he is not capable then it is a folly and
wickedness to force him into unnatural
position, making him the child and slave
it party, and putting in his hands the
decision of the great destinies of there-
public. What the Republican says is true.
The South needs black labor." It is a
labor iKvuliarly fitted to the agricultural
staples of the South, and to certain in
dustrial pursuits, in the prosperous con-
luct of which the North is as much intcr-
-sted as the South. Vet it is the lne,.
mt, unwise, impertinent obtrusion of
.ortlicrn agitators into this field of la
lior that leads to its inefficiency, creating
isnirations that ought to have no ex
istence, exciting discontent where con-!
'.entment otherwise would exist, and
generating tliat restless spirit which cul
minates in visionary projects tor the ac
n,;,;., ..r it i. ,
i no uicir desires in some
.,t. ...i.:..u ...t -, ... ,
.nn.n wmie nor niacK never vet
.omul or reached.
"The readjustment of race relations"
would proceed as rapidly as could be de
sired, if political agitators would pa
.ienlly await the operation of natural
.aws. Tiny are obstructed cverv time
.he negro is taught to view himself in
lie iigin oi martyr; every tune an
ipoeal is properly made to the
lational authorities to conic to his
ilief; cverv time he is taught that he is
iclpless and dependent. In the name ol
ust ice, or humanity, or sentiment, or
thcr line name with which the purpose
nay be invested, these Northern agita
a tors have done nunc to impede the ik
clopment of an independent sell suslain-
ng character in the negro than all oilier
uses, lie is taught to l,,k bevo.nl
.imself f n his political thought and ac-
-ioii, he is taught to lean on others for
us means of education, he lo,,U .-,l-,,,l
ir the maintenance of his churches; he is
repressed, kept back, not In his enemies
ut by his o flicio us friends, lie is treated
,.,,,, ,,i siavc, wiuiout prospect
iiiai by ins own will and effort that he
.vill evercmerirc from deiiemleiii-
THE MORROW SHOE
STILL AHEAD
AND
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
CD S3 U m
THE
RACKET COLUMN.
"OTEM.
STRAUSS
Afiiiin we cjiII your Hpociul
iittciilion to tlie cctI)i-ato(l
Morrow SIioch, which lmve
stood the test for iiumv vcars
for DncAiuuTY. for Exckl
lknck oh' Styi.k, for Com koht
AM) Kx.ktxkss ok Fit, being
oqual in finality, style and fit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Xof any trouble to sell you
iiJiin in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kinds of Shoes
of every dirVable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
high prices.
Come and examine our
goods; it will not cost you a
cent.
We want you to call and
trade with us, with the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRY (iOODS
Mrs. Smedcs, of Iialtimoie, has written
t book called "Memorials of a Southern
I'lanter." Mr. Gladstone, who v,..-,,l o
oinmciuls its abilitv. and regarded it as
unicrhlasi to I'ncle Tom's Cabin.
This last book was written tV.,,,,
" llil Mill-
ide, distorted, ami exceedingly superb,
ial view of the lives and character of
ither master or slave. Hut it was a
work of genius, and its niit m-.-s
he willing eyes of those rcatlv to accent
that Cumberland and adjoining counties 1 1 :ls lnu: portraits; and Mis. Stowc
were originally settled by Scotch High
landers. 1 hat was true in the main; but
as no part of the Stal e was occupied
lined exclusively by any nice, iiationalin
or creed, so with the section spoken ol
.o doubt in Cumberland, as in Dublin.
where, in 1 7,'iL', Henry McCullock Iron,
the province of Clster. obtained a grant
ot tvi.,000 acres of land, there were main
Scotch-Irish. Certainly, in the putriolii
assemblages in Fayettevillc, resulting ii
the formation of the Cumberland asso
ciation, its meetings at Liberty 1'oint.
its promulgation of its heroic, perhaps
rebellious resolves, we do not look anionu
the Kutberfords, the dies, the Iivans and
other Anglo-Ka.xton or Irish names fin
Highland Scotch signatures. These ex
patriated subjects were almost fantasti
cally true to the oaths of allegiance thc
took when their arms were taken fron
mem anu wnen the plaid and the tartan
were stripped from them. Surely thi
hated name of their conqueror, Cumber
land, should have been a tempttion to
disloyalty as constant reminder of tin
ignominious conditions of victory. Hut
to their immortal honor the Highlanders
always true, were true to the oaths
forced upon thein.
The negro question obtrudes itsell
everywhere, and under all circumstances.
Now, the negro is to lie made the occas
ion of the oppression of the whites of the
South m order that rights claimed by
him as denied shall lie asserted, enforced
and secured, Again, to solve all difficul
ties, the negro is to lie removed bodily
from the country, and a kind of Warsaw
peace proclaimed over the expulsion of a
people, who, if let alone, would lie con
tented, peaceful, useful and prosperous
We quote the following from theSpring-
neid Kepuijlican:
nenry A. hcomp closes an article in the
rorum witn the remark: "President
unu s eagerness to purchase San Do
mingo as a kind ot asylum for the
negroe and ns affording "a safety-valve
iur yourselves was undoubtedly based on
true political wisdom, and on the sound
statesmanship of humanity. Shall we
now renew the effort ?' Most certainly
not. Mr. Scomp would solve the race
difficulty by an expulsion of one of the
races. Lord Salisbury would solve the
workingmen's distress in England bv
sending laborers out of the couutrv
This is neither statesmanship nor hu
manity. The deportation of negroes
would be a confession that the black
man ii too much for our republican in
stitutions. The South needs black labor.
An economy of nature fits the negro for
ion unaer a soutnern sun,; even a small
negro exodus rrom one southern state to
another. North Carolina to Mississippi
for instance, causes great alarm among
the white planters. The readjustment
of race relations from those of master
and ilae to the political equality de-
.mu uj tue i-uiisuiuuon is progressing
quite ai rapidly at could be expected
iiiim m eiiectmg a momentous work.
I' he real, truthful, quiet, peaceful inner
life of the master and slave possibly
never lias been written unless .Mrs
Similes has now done it. One of the
mosi picasnig approaches to it was the
harming book of Mrs. Caroline Gilmer
"the recollections of the Southern Mat
ron." This lady was a Northern wo
man, but living long in Charleston, or
m a South Carolina plantation; and the
lescriptions were very natural, truthful
mil pleasant. She gives a good idea f
plantation life, of this, the Constitu
tion, spcakim: of Mrs Smi.,!..' 1.....1.
tvs:
When the inside of our ol, I .
tion lite shall be faithlullv pictured and
resented to the world th,. l,l i.
will be loved and admired in -.It 'i i..
where the highest types of manhood' and
Aomannood arc appreciated. The old
1,U7M1( ""ron was a kind hearted
,'cntlemnn who took care of his black
servitors in a fatherly way, and did his
cvel best under conditions for which he
n us uoi respntisiDle
nts and ClothmirnlwavMnn
hand at nstonishinirlv low-
prices.
1 ours respectfully,
Kostic Itros. & Wright
BOOKS ANO STATIOMJRY,
ARTISTS MATERIALS,
KXIilNKIiKS' SI'l-l-MKK.
UKTI Kl;s AMI I'KAMI-S,
FANCY C.OOHS.
HI..4NK l()KS,I Vi:HViKAI)i;
I'Ol.I.S, TOYS ANII OAM-KS,
WKSTKKN !S. C. MCKNIM,
Hot ll
CHOTOCKAI'IIIC
1'AlNTKIl,
AT
ESTABROOK'S,
aa S. Main Street.
The new Chief Justice, Hrewer, recently
appointed by Mr. Harrison, is a native
of Asia Minor, born in Syria while his
lather was there serving as missionary.
He was brought to America when three
vents old. He war. finely educated, and
became a lawyer of such distinction as
to justify his elevation to th,. r.,:...,i
States district bench. He is a Republi
can, ot course, but amiears tn l. ,
tisan, and his elevation appears to meet
with general favor.
Dr. I'arker I'rays cream Van-Ola. Rosa-1
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites
at V. L.Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always 1 found.
logetner with pocket emery board.
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, files and
other such requisites. Also a complete
ime oi orngs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Sodo Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and Patton avenue.
ll you want a food Cm-
hivlla that is warranted not
to CRACK call on
ARTHUR M.
FIELD,
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A fine line of imported han-
"Talk about the c.mribilttv if u,r..n.. i
Why, she is already a dnnireroiis rival' ni"
man m many pursuits."
"Yes; but there is Olif tn ii.t,;..l. ..l. I
111 i -.... "e
"in never eclipse mm.
vtnat is that ?"
"Trying to sav 'trnlv r..r..v .
(.ioi.iv in me morning,
Syrup of Flirn.
Produced from the laxative and nutri-
Z ,i T .u V: ,rn,a "fs combined
with the medicinal virtues of olants
wm-nuai w the hu
intiii svsicni. acta pent iv nn
liver and bowels, cffectuallycleanainir the
- - i. ,iic iviub ana nennniijs
dies different, "you
from anyone else's.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTY
FOR SALE.
and curing habitual constipation.
Pelham' Drug Store is conducted on
ment, and his nitrons save 'titi
cent." No. 24 Patton vr.n
pected Grand Central hotel.
nis mat nf n,.ra vt.ii .
nlH .:. ..i'. '.L ".,t- "reel tnr
fur Mile either us a whole or in lots to suit
Thin urouertv i nn n l.a..:r..t i .
the eHKtem' il Th.
nil th w.....""' 'iurrj ran ol
o law chureh l)tiil,iiK o it that can easily
he converted into a rr. ,,!....- I Ji' i
IhTklr ?hKriVC of ,"HKino1 nve oaks thnt
snuilrs the larirer nart of the nranm. -rui.
ronrrty will l,e 0Vrrn Rt pn'vatV.a'e either
in sectinna or as a whole till the 29th dav of
m'Z; 1W!1' and if not old that time
able lira d"t'"Wlc :tion- io!
flats of the nmivrtv ma .
, r J - our
oov30 dtl
NATT ATKINSON & SON
Real BMatc Dealers.
KALRIGH. N. C t-nat o-inln I .
8ufleritig very much from indim-arinn
K-ucrni tieoincy, witn a broken-down
system, followed with chronic dysentery
I tried one bottle of Mrs.
, , , - J - - ' JL. 9
ivcnieay, ana lounn so much relief nnH
improvement I continued its use until
I used the seventh bottle, which nin
me to perfect health, nnrt I am now as
sound as a silverdollar. W, B. Ioboan.
We haven't changed our
"ad." in The Citizkn for some
days; not because we had
nothing; to say, but just be
cause we haven't had the
time. Our Htore has been full
of people every dav, our trade
has never been so large, and
we are glad to be able to say
that notwithstanding the
influx of new stores, and the
large stocks of goods, the
"Big Racket Store" retains
ail its old friends and adds
new ones daily. The reason
is plain and easy of under
standing. We warrant every
thing we sell to be as repre
sented, or we give you buck
your money. We underbuv
aii.ybody.in Asheville, and can
easily undersell anyone. We
sell more shoes than the Shoe
Store beennse we sell them
cheaper, and we sell as good
onoes as any store in the
city. We sell Clothing cheaper
A. I ...
man a nothing Store, ami
more of it. Tinware at half
prices, Glassware and house
hold using things so much
cheaper than others that
people wonder how we get
them. That doesn't matter;
we have them, and they are
yours with a good title when
you bring thecash. Ribbons
T;..o i:...i . i ii-
m'" i'iiuh anu mugs, wt
have always sold at less than
1. .. If ,.f Af :n: ...
ii. in ui .uniinery store priees
mm miry mree times as
large stocks. While our lint
of Dress Goods isnotaslarg.
as some, what we have has
been bought at such priee
f 1... .., M .. . ,
wm i. i,r i-.iu easny sell tliem
lower than others, and still
make some money on them.
Hats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Stockings (fast black and
cheaj)ergrades), (guilts. Blan
kets, Shawls, Mats, Rugs,
Tinnil... A'..i: . ii -.
am hand- I J 1 anses, nana liatrs.
Hoods, Caps, Furs, Curtains,
'oles, Shades, are among
our leaders. No well posted
citizen of Asheville buys any
of these things without pric
ing ours, and we would have
the country people and those
who live in near-by towns en
joy the same privilege. We
sold more Christmas goods,
presents, etc., last Christmas
than any other store in Ashe
ville, and shall be fixed for a
large trade this year. We
shall have a big line for
.vou to select from, and shall
be able to tit goods to any
pocket book from a nickel to
ns high as you want to go.
Don't buy ANYTHING until
you have been to the "Big
Racket Store." No trouble
to show goods, and we don't
get mad if you don't buy
We want you to see what a
complete "Department Bar-
gam Store" the "Big Racket"
is. Our variety of goods and
the size of our stock would
do credit to a city of 25,000
inhabitants. Come and see
us, and if prices and goods
don't suit you, don't buy
but be sure to come.
Very respectfully,
GEO. T. JONES & CO.
JH. LAW, 5759&6i SMain St., Asheville.
RESTAJRANThoLIDAY 11889 ! SEASON.
-AND-
Oyster U'J Parlor.
Hl'ROFEAN PLAN.
Meals at all Hours, Electric
Cars Pass the Door.
I take pleasure in nmiuuncinir the Ovster
Season of lf!-'90 has opened, ami my Ions
experience in the business justifies me in
assuring the public that I enn please and sat
if all customers. I will serve oysters in the
neat tyle, and dealing only with reliable
nouses, enn offer the finest bivnlves on the
market. Try our
Philadelphia Fry,
Or Pan Runt. Boston Bay Stews a specialty.
oreat eare will ne taken with all orders I
sell only the finest and freshest oysters that
can be had. I receive shipments direct from
packers every afternoon. CharKen reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC,
At all times. Special attention given to ladv
customers. Polite and attentive
Board by day, week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
E. STRAUSS, Prop'r.,
Sonth Main Street.
SEE WHAT WE OFFER IN LOW PRICED GOODS, NOV
ELTIES, TOYS, ETC.
The stock of fine Pottery, Glass, Lamps, Silver and Jew
elry is already well known.
PRIVATE BOARD.
NEW HOl'SE! NEWLY" MIlPNtau u, i
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
Jun22d?v-mHarWoodStrt'
jKIVATB BOARD.
The basement, or Toy and Bargain Department, is full
of new goods, at ."p., 10c, 15c, 20c. and 25c One has no
idea of what 5c, 10c. or 15c will buv till thev see thw
goods.
A FINE STOCK CHILDREN'S BOOKS, at about one-half
usual price: A $1 book sells for 05c, a 25c. book for 15c
Nicely bound Storv Books of about 5(H) iiiiiwuntn. onni.
Scrap Albums at 10c tt .'55c, worth double. Portfolios
furnished, 15c to 75c
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
best lot of Dolls ever seen in Asheville, from 5c to $( each.
CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS AND mnns i 0..i..:j
disphiy, nil carefully selected. We are prepared to hupdIv
Sunday Schools at lowest prices. Also beautifully pressed
M AR(TS WARD S STATIONERY AND CALENDARS
A large hue and very low prices. We make a special price
A itirire nouse. aiH Pntln. a ......... ii-
loinioeiaiMC rooms. On street car line
...in cunuuuuic.
octH d6m MRS. J. L. SMATHERS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston Building Pat:
ton avenue, comer of r'h.-,.i. .
w,,!. prcp.?rf',1 V kI regular or transient
hoarders Table furnished with the best the
market affords. Termsreasonable marSlmfi
J. W.SCIIAI1TLE,
ERCHANT TAILOR
feb20dlv
43 N. Main St.
kn
ow,
JAMES FRANK,
UBAl.RK IN
FAMILYGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . Asheville, N. C
feblOdly
on the finest Lmen Paper and Enveloiies, 25- ner
( alendars 15c to :15c. each.
price
oox.
MOn o (and not Motto) (TPS, SACCERS a.i PLATES
Hundreds oi styles from 10c to 50c. Vases in great vari
ety at all prices. We claim the finest line of Vases in the
State and the lowest prices.
JAPANESE GOODS
new and pretty.
AND NOVELTIES. Everything
REAL JAP SILK and Crepe Handkerchiefs and Shawls.
WM, R. PENNIMAN,
PROPRIETOR OP
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
I'. O. Box !.
marl3dly
GEO. KIMBER,
GENERALCONTRACTORANDBUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work asuccialty.
Grates, Ranges and Boilers set.
BuildinKs moved and repaired In first class
manner
SeweraRc. lirainnKe and traiw for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at.
tended to.
OffilW! Wntf. U.,IMin.. ,
. .. . .-..uiiiK.l.llulT MIIII.VNniiBH
"""...c, maysodly
TIID , D...,n. ''
r,,.n.-M anu lii-ST E01IPPED IN
THE SOI'TB.
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
OF
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONSULTING CI1BMIST AND UININO KNI11NKKKS
Analyse, of Metals, Ores, Coal or Coke, Min
eral Waters, Fertiliicrs, etc.
PRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mininir orooertv in,v.n....ui j . .
bouuht knft .oi.i ' "'"opcu,
correspondence solicited.
un, l... ex,resB. i,
.' '." X 'St i ' Prepaid-
a ...... . I I I J piUtX.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
..,, DK- H- C- WOLTCRBCK,
nov5 d&wly Maoauir.
Fine Hanirinc and Stnud
Lamps, Sterlinii' Silver Goods.
and Jewelrv. See i-onl Si!
Mangles at3;c.and (55c.ea h.
Silver Plated Vare. hpst
grade, Royal Woi-eester and
Doulton Potterv. Hunpni-int.
and Dresden China, Clocks,
Bronzes and Engravings. i
See choice line, my own
importation, of the celebra
ted Rt'U Stamp Limoges
China.
I am all ready for Xmas
trade now. Do not put off
buying till hist moment, hut
call at once or write for
prices of what you want.
J. II. LAW.
57, 59 & 01 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
28
Room 9 and io, McAfee Block,
PATTON AVENUE,
ASHEVILLE, IS. C
TLANTIC COAST LINE
On and after this rtn, .k. en 1 , .
ul will be ran over it. "Columbia I "i.fo
No. 63 Leaves Columbia" 8.20 D m
ArnvFRnirh...., n
No. 52-Leave. Charleston..":."::: 7 10 a S'
Connecting with trains to and from ' all
points on the Charlotte. Columbia An
uliy Colum,,ia Greenville Railroad..
I. F. nSVHe8nK8Su?.Gtn' P""'
Our offiees are now fitted up, and we are ready
iness.
for bus-
$2.99 Shoe.
1
We want real estate of all kinds placed in our hands for
sale. Persons ha ving desirable city or suburban property
to dispose of, will find it to their advantage to communi
cate with us, as we can sell it if anybody can.
We have customers for good mining properties and tim-
berland. We truarantw n ,.,i ..c n.. i i
" " nttir: Wl WU1U, UOppei',
Iron or Corundum mines, if they are of any value. Mr. C.
N. Jenks, of our firm, is an expert on corundum properties,
and his opinion is regarded as final by all our Northern
customers.
STBPBBN O'MRARA, Es,
CHARLES
REFERENCES 1
JOHN I. Bs fen vnilr,. .tn'...' rayeler. In.nranee Co.. Hn.tnn
COL C W iKNvrs ls:,J i. cn,"" iiiumlnatlne Co.. New York n,w '
srM 16 Bro s?rwt-s,: v"k :
1 M ' kA, vi'.I.-,B Brocktn"- Mass.
J. K. VOSHEI.L. esq., Providence R I
lS?.F6gi5brA,8Sl.,5? 01 Haven, Con..
WM8ar I vT,N,AI' BANK' "' Mont.
Holi.K, eoa"Te,aChBt",a' ,"t"" "
8. T. K EI.SBY, Esq. HiBhlknds N C
uttOKOE A.JACOBS. Esq., Callasaja, N. c.
"r. fntlemen. A perfect .hoe at a moderate
Mt; Tryapairofour.pecialtie. in (rent
2.80 and 00. Every pair warranted. Bx-
fort, durability and style.
. ,3,it 9 hving the orieinal M. A. P.rk.rH
,4'.J The genuine have our .tamp
on bottom of each .hoe. Sent postpaid ti
ale to A.hevilleby ... r or
H. REDWOOD & CO.
aagll deod Hmo. in we fri
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES. BLACKSMITNINQ,
To the cittsens of Aivrliu
woaia announce that at mv ihnm r.
trret. next to Woodbnry'a tab(e. I am bet.
ter preparad than eTer to do work la hit line.
. - - v uu w ui w nij line.
afO". Bua-jrle. and Carriages manufact
ured Repairing and horse-aluMHiK re spe.
daltie.. and perfect aatiafactioa jruaranteed.
My workmen are experienced and .killful aad
my chargea an aiodaratc.
Acorn f & I
W. D. ROWE,
AU eyea fitter and t naranteerf
piete .took ortn above good, at
GRANT'S DRUG STORE,
8 SOUTH MAIN STREET
JOR RENT.
wha'l! rilmrvelSr''''
Por term apply to"ra"-
au29 dem
dial an IK
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
MARBI.B,
Granite Monuments,
etc.
All kind, of Monu
ment.. Tomb.tone..
Headstone., Urns
nd Vaaea made to
deS,.0
ASHEViLLE, N. C.
Yrl At Buncombe
War. low.
neat parchment and beavv flat olnVi T
it ttS
T. C. 8TARNB8.
Or M. B. Roberta.

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