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I. : ' tr. -.. - id mm .Mi' i 1 i M. U if ' ; f if.1! Mm--1 i ;. it . n THE DAI1LY CITIZEN. J. D. CAMERON, Editor. H. D. CHILD, nustness Mnnnger. Th Daily CITIIKK mil Iw puhllshrd evrr mrnntin ir.tTpt Mim lay) at the follnwlm rate, mmetty cafi; Oar Var. ' Mi Month. Three Mentha 1' On Month n One Week 1 Our carrier, will deliver the paper ever momint' In everv pnrt of the city to our ! orlher.. and pnrtlr. wnntlnff It will pica call at the Citwsm nfflrr AnvssTl.lNfl Ratr. Rrn.MnRhte. nnd mnrt, known on appllcntlnn at thl. office. AM transient advertisement, mint He pnltl In n vane. I'he Citiirn In the mot eitenlvely rtren latril and wlilely read newspaper In Weterr North Carolina. It riim-nMNion ofpahllc men nnl mcnaurc la In the interest of puhlU Intrvrltv, hnnrt (Covrrnmcnt, and pnirroua lnlntrr. and I' rawi nn ncraonnl ulleirliinee In treating puli lie laaiiea The Citizkn puhlNhm the dlpatche of thi Ataoeiated rprna. which now eoven th, hole world In In ie It hn other laHll tlvN of advanced irnallm for Kfitherlnf aewa from all quartern, with evervthlnuenrv rally edited to ocrtipv the MmalteHt tiace. Specimen topic nf any edition will he went 9 to m one endlne their Aftdrra. Keadina nntltYa ten crnl mt line. Ohltll mrj, marriave and aodetv mitlce iifty centu each (not cicredinK ten lineal or Ally cent per inrn. TiDAY-F E H R I' A R Y 23 1 WDlT" WAaHIMOTON'O BIRTHDAY We vitrld the premlenve tii-tlny to Mr. Cleveland. We publish his mlclrrss yes- terdnv before the Southern Society ol New York, It is short, lint like every thins else from Mr. Clevt'lnud's lips or pen, it is good ; full of thought nnd full of wisdom. Like him we regret most sin cerely the decay of reverence for the memory, the chnructcr, the services ol George Washington; for forgetting them. we prove ourselves ready to forget the noble principles that iiiiiinaltil him mid the perpetuity of which so aroused hi solicitude. In rending the discussion ol Friday on the fair bill, we wcrcimpresscd with the bonstfulness, svllTiuclntion nnd ostentation vdth which everything rrlat ing to the material grcnlmSH of the I'ni ted States was paraded. To this Mr. Cleveland gives a pointed rcliul.e, when he says "point toyour immense fortunes, if you will; point to vour national growth and prosrrity; boast of the day of practical politics, nud discard as obsolete nil sentiment and nil conception of morality nnd patriotism in public hie; but do not for a moment delude your selves into the belief thnt you lire navi gating the safe course marked out by them who built and launched the ship of State." In the present contention of parties and sections, it mav l welt to turn sometimes nnd refer to George Washing ton ns the oracle who will deliver the response of wise words nnd counsel, through which may lie renewed nuain "the mystic baud of American citizenship which for all time to come shall enable them as hearty co-worker in a. com plisliingthenation.il destmv which, to the day of his death, inspired the faith and hope of Washington." Mr. President nnd Gentlemen: It is sometimes said of us that we have too few holidays, and this ierhaps is true. We do not boast the nutttuily nor the long history which nrcinnul.iics num erous dnys of national civic observance; and the rush and activity ol our eiiple's life are not favorable to' that conserva tive and deliberate sentiment which creates and establishes holidays, folio as such days might commemorate the existence or achievements of some con spicuous personnge, their inlrequency may be largely attributed to our demo cratic spirit nnd the presumption arising from our institutions, in this land ol ours owned, possessed and governed by the people we, in theory at least, de mand and expect that every man will, in his sphere, he a patriot, and that every faculty of greatness and usefulness with which he is endowed, will be devoted to his country and his lellow num. We have had no dearth of distinguished men and no better heioism has nnvwherc been teen than here, ilut they IkIoiil' so nat urnlly to us, that we usually It-em them sufficiently notieed and commemorated when they are acknowledged ascontri buttons to the common fund of our na tionnl pnde and glory. Thus it hnppens that in this country but two birtlidaysare publicly celebrated. e reverently sicak ol one ns the any when the Redeemer of Mankind apK-arcd among men. On the other the man was bom whose mission it was to redeem the American ieople from bondage and de pendence ami to display to the world t Im possibility of popular sell-government. It would be strange indeed if this day snouia ever ue negiecteil by our lellow countrymen. It would be ike a nation blotting out the history which cement its governmental edilice or cxnuimini! it traditions from which flow that pa'riotic love and devotion of its neoule which are the best guarantees of jieneel'ul rule nnd popular contentment. We certainly need at least one d.iv which shall recall to our minds the trtii'h that the price ol onr country was unself ish labor and sncrifice, that men long hi and suffered thnt we might be free, nnd that love and American brotherhood nre necessary elements to the lull nnd eon tinurd enjoyment of American freedom prosperity and hnnninrss. We are apt to forget these tilings inour engrossment witn the activities which attend the development ol our eountrv and in the impetuous race alter wealth which has become a characteristic ol our people. There is dnnger thut we may grow nccaicssoi tne laet inulour institu tions ore a precious legacy which for their own sake should be lenlouslv watched and guarded, and there is dan cer tbnt this condition mav induce selfish nest and sordiilness lollowen liv the idea that patriotism and morality have no piace in statecraft nnu tnnt a (Mimical career may lie entered upon likennvotber trade fur private profit and advantage. Thit it a frightlul departure Irani the doctrines upon which our institutions rest ana surely it Isthe extreme ol lollv to hope that our scheme of government willcflect itt purpose and intent when every condition of itt birtb and life is neglected. Point to your immense fortunes if yon win; point to your national growtn ami prosperity; boast of the day of practical politics; and discard at obsolete, all sentiment and all conception of morality and patriotism in public liie, but do not for a moment delude yourselves into the belief that you are navigating in the tale course mnrnea out by those wlioluunchcd nd bleated the Ship of State. It Washington accused even In these day t ol being a sentimentalist f Listen to tbt admonition he addressed "at an old and afiectionate friend" to hit fellow countrymen whom he loved to well and for whom he bad labored to long, at he retired Irom the service: "Of all the dispositions and ho hi it Don't know where we are 7 Wtayf you can't tula it If you ctMtjrour optica down Main Street. MAHTIN'fe MARKET. which lead to politicnl prosperity, religion and morality nre indispensable supports. In vnin would thnt man claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to sub vert these great pillars of huiunn happi ness, these firmest props of the duties of men nnd citizens The mere politician .rjtially with the pious man, ought to n-tiect nnd cherish them." And all is summed up nnd applied di rectly to our situation when he adds: '!' is substantially true that virtue or morolity is n necessary spring of popular ,'nverninent." When did we oulcrow these senti ment? When did we advance so far in knowledge above our fathers as safely to ast aside these hclieft? Let uslicsolier and thoughtful, nud if we find that these things have lost their hold on our minds and hrai ts, let us take soundings, f rthe rocks nre near. We need in our public and private life such pure and chastened sentiment ns result Irom the sincere nun nenrucii o"-.ei-viiiixe of ilnvs like this, nud we need such tiuickening of our patriotism ns the senate contemplation 01 inc im- mm .liiirnrirr of Washington creates. Most of" nil, because it includes all we need n belter appreciation ol true Ameri can citizenship. 1 do not mean by thi ihat thoughtless pride of country, wli'cn is evcrvvelurc assumed sometimes witn out sincerity, nor that sordid attach ment burn ol Uticfils received or favors exiectcd, but that deep nnd sentimental love for onr citizenship which flows from the consciousness that the blessing ol heaven was invoked lit its birth; that tvus mirtiiii'd in the faith of (ion; am that it grew strong in the self-denying patriotism of our fathers and in the love of mankind. Such nn nmucliensniii of American eitizenshiii will consecrate us all to the disinterested service of our country and incite us to drive from the temple of our lilk-rtics the money changers ami the; who buv and sill. Washington was the most thoroug Anicrie-an that ever lived. Hissword wa drawn to carve out Ainericancilizcnslii and Ins every act anil public service w directed to us establishment. He con temptuously spurned the offer of king! nowcr. mid never fullered in his hoiie t make most honorable the manwhocould iustlv cull himself an American. In the most solemn manner he warned his countrymen against any attack upon theiinitvol the government, ami eallei noon them to frown indiunaiitlv upon an attempt to alienate any portion of the country from the rest, or to enieeii:e i lie sacred tics that linked together tl various parts. His iidmoniiiou reached the cliiuux of its power and force when he said : "Citizens bv birth or choice of a com mon country, that country has u righ to concentrate vour nhvetioiis. The name of 'Auiiric.in,' which belongs vou in vour national capacity, must til wnvs xalt the iust pride of patriot more than auv aiipili.itiou derived from ai'V local ili-icriiuiu.'ilions." In nn evil hour niuid rage and resrn incut the warning of Washington was disregarded and the unity ol our gov eminent was attacked. In blood and devastation it was saved, nud the name of 'American.' which belonged to nil ol us, waK rescued. From the gl"nin ol desolation nnd estrangement all our countrymen were lira w n again to their places by the mystic bond of Anie'ica cuizcrrMiiii which lor all tune to come shall hdd nud cmmhlc them as heart co-workers in ne-complishiin; thenntional destiny which to the day of Ins death in spired tlx faith and hope of Washington As we comnicmorale ins nirtii to-niiMit we will invoke his precious influence and renew our patriotic and disinterested love of country. Let us thank (tod that lie has lived, anil that he has given to us the hi'.:h st and best example of Ameri can citizenship. And let us esxvially lie gnititiil t hat we ha vet Ins sacred memory, which spanning time, vicisitude nud nn happy alienation, cars us together sincere Iclloivslipuind iirotlirrlv love on " file birthday ol George Washington The Newt-Observer says that the Rev- Mr. Joiner who recently stirred the con tinent by his apieal t i the llriiish min isler for redress for wrongs suflercd nt the hands of a mob in Randolph county, was sent recently to Raleigh by the Methodist church. North, to take charge of a eoloicd church at Ohcrlin, a colored village in the vicinity of Raleigh. He preached one sermon; then the emigre- gntion protested against him nnd his propelling, both highly distasteful to them. I ue copie 01 (.iiK-rnn are as a class, in telligtnt and conservative, with a thor ough knowledge of, nnd reliance upon the white epie ol Kalcigh, ainoui; whom they work. Their conservatism rebels ugniust n preacher whose doctrines inculcate Host lie sentiment towards those tney Know, and wiiteii can result in no practical good, but certainly in most deplorable miscluel; nud thev wisely con eluded to nip in the bud all the ospiru lions of one who has liccn the apostle of mischief wherever he has been: nud so it is again, exit Mr. Joiner, but under Uict communis. Thrcletkot Gadsden County, Kloi idn, has written a letter to Senator Chandler denying altogether the charges ol wrong in drawing jurors, nnd all other alleged irregularities. If Ins statements nre ns l.ilscns the Latin with which he closes his letter they nre not reliable. We may remark thnt his reference to New Hamp shire ns the model of fair elections is an unfortunate one since it hat been the standing charge ngninst the voters of tnnt Mate Hint they arc always in the m..rKvi at J n ' end. The first imprcxinnt of the Hon. Ly man u. Knnpp. the new governor of Alnskn. nreverv interestimr. The nntives mix up civilization and indigenous habits without much ceremony. "The tame liersons who seem to eniiiv the luxuries oi a model American Home," tnyt the Governor, "sandwich their fish, venison. white bread, berries, tea ami coffee with dried seaweed nnd wulrus blublier. The wearer of the finest ttore clothct will trumt upon the floor betide one who wenrs hit blanket nnd breechcloth. They nre usually tree from thieving habits, but do not stumble at falsehood and decep tion. They became devoutly piout, but swear like pirates.-- The L'nited States will nnv ll) OIMI 000 more in pensions to the Union vet erans next year than It costs to support tne standing nrmy oi ureal urunin, anil nearly ns much as it costs to keen the standing nrmy of Germany in fighting trim, tlur pnujiert in mue are in clover unuer the present Administration, OralllylHK to All. The high position attained and the uni versal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of rius, as inc most excellent laxative known, Illustrate the value ol the nunli ties on which its success it based and nre absolutely gratifying to the California Pig Syrun Company. Do you want a tender, awect andjulcjr Hteak or Ronat.cal! at MARTIN'S MARKET. SOS. Main St. j AT THE LEADING JEWELRY STORE. The entire stuck ol Plated Jewelry, Including flue llrouchcs, Buttons and Pra iris, at 1-tf-ONE-THIRO 0FFI-H3 RcKiirtlless of cost, its we intend in the future to keep noihlnu but Solid ttulil and SterlinK Silver .Hxelrv. ARTHUR M, FIELD, -- LEADING JEWELER, South Main St. Aaiievlllc. W.A.Hi.aiii. .1. V. Knows. FURNITURE AMI UNDERTAKING. No. ,f a Fattou Avenue. M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND e Jirt' now irmly, ami in- vitf our frit'inl iimi tiV uli lif nvntT.'illy to rail ami x- aniint' our well M'Kvtt'tl Mock of F URN ITU II E, Whicli wt a iv ofiVritijrat pork liottonipritVM. I m iVrtn king a sppcial iVatuiv. Calln at- U'litlnl tiny or night. Toloplionp.tlay Tojiiiglit fi." BLAIR & BROWN. Nothing Succeeds LIKE SUCCESS. The rtrtwn RAI'AM'8 MKKOI'H MI.I.HK U the mofct wonderful mI Irine, l tn-'Mue If hn never fftllrd in unv ln tnnee. nn mnttrr whut the iirHe, from I.KI' kiKY to the ltfti1rM dim-Mae known tothchu niftn t' m The idrntlAc mrn of to-dfly claim "d prrtre thai rtry di cast l Caused by Microbe. AND RA0AM'S MICROBE KILLER l!xtrrm n.-in- thr Mhtul-. itml drlvt. Ihim nut o' the v. iciii, unit w ht-n thnt l dt,nr you annot hr n i-ltr i-r pmn. No mut trrwhiit lilt ilixrHM-. whrlhtr m .Itnnl. chit nf Mnlnriit I't vrr ur n rnml.lnittinn ttt rim-.. r t-urr thrm Mil St thr Pttmr time, h e trrut all (liriK. cinatitulivnHll . .Isihni.i, L'tinsumntittii. Ctttunli. lit on chilis, Rheumatism. Khlnvy ami Liver Pixense, Chills nml Vvrr, r'cmulc Trouhlef. in all itt forma, anil, in fact, every 'sr.isr Ahuhii to the Human System. BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATION! Krr thnt mir TritHrAlnrV 'tame h u1uvi-i appear, on fHch jug. Prlld for bitok "lll.tirt-h "f tht MIct-oI Miirr." Kivrn sway uy J. 8. GRANT, Ph. C, Rolf AKrnt, A.luvltlf. N. C. nuvlTdijr lu irl aun Pnr atmtlemrn. A perferi ht nt ft muderate cent Try m pair t oi our inerinmea in mrn'tfrot wenr. ftl $ft.O0, $4.(M1. .1.fVO, $2 00 J.ftimnd J 00. Kvery pmir wnrrnnted. Hi mine our trdnltle for Indieii mt $-4,0(1, Ju.vu. 9WJ. unno tineicciiri. cor torn url. dnralililtv and atvlr. Innlat on hftvlntT the oHirinal M A Parkarrf A Co. 'a Hhoea. the fcrnuine hav oar ainmp nn botnm of each ahor. Hrnt poatpnld in nnv tmrt of the L me M A. I'ACKAKH -fV CO,! It rock ton, Si ant. For aaif in Aanevuirny H. REDWOOD A CO. aunt 1 droit moa an wt fii W. 0. WOLFE. Urer aoo att. of the most utuutllul inoiiutitciKa and Tombstones Ju.t received, from tht curapc.t Tombatone to haudsome Monument.. I bare made a imut reduction In price., and It will pay yos to come and look at my stock, whether you buy or not. Warrrootn Wolfe Building, Court Square. At. .1 I. Klnb, K.' I ' ... .. a luch n trvtrre tuHcrrr from scrofula in most airtrravntcd form, that for yenri hr went on crutches. He was cured in 1 NH.1 liv Mrs. loe Person's Kemrdv. nnd Im. been well ever since. 2.99 Shoe. Nothing on earth Hells like our Childn' Heavy Ribbed 10c. Hone, Five MileHof Hantl kerehiefn, are a good many, yt-t one of our localiuatheinatii-iaiiH has Hguri'd that tin iipw lot of Ilnndker I'hiefrt rccpiiily iihvIv ed at Hostir Hrus. & Wright'n stoiv will, if la itl Hide by nide, reach from here to Next ville. which in five miles away. There are supposed to be ti hundred men who are sporting bran new Stiitsabout town bought from 1 5t st ic Hros. iV Wright as they nre goingout i if Clothing, and are selling at tirst post to ele.'ir away. We . al ways have tai hand a complete lino of Dry iooiIh and Shoes. Vours respeetfully. tostic Kros. & Wright 11 X. Main St., Asheville. IXSUKAXCE. JIKK INSI BANCn. FIRB. UFK. A(VII)i:XT. PULL1AM & CO. At the tlMak of A.hrvlllt. AtlllltVILI.lt, N. C. kriiri-Miit tht lurlut-tlnfli cuinimulrt, vtt. : riR. rttH twin in -. s. Aflftlu Nrvndil, nrCHlirornlM tV.4l7.N.13 Continratxl, of New Vorri 4,h7.V-j:t llMmhursT-Hrrmrn.ofrmiNny 1.13U.6U4 London A..urnnrr,nf ItnKlsnd l.B4t,lw5 Nl.ll.ra, of Nf w York 'J.2X7.4WJ Orient, of Hartford I.H7,At2 Hhornlx, of llrooklvn (I.U&4.I78 nt. Taul Fire and Marine, of Min- nrwita 1.(141.001 floathern, ot New Orleant 43W,Ah Wr.tem, ot Tnrontn 1.03W, SI3V Mutual Accident A.iociallon vtitaa Life Insurance Cumpaiiir. dtmrJI ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. TtutaklnK cordlully the cltiitn. ol A.hetlile for their liberal iiatronaiir r.Unded both to ray Fruit buaincx and to uiy l'lntln, I take pH-a.ure In announcing that I will con Untie the Mrst under comueuiit mauatemeat. while I will devote m prraonul attention to sign and ernatnrntul palntlnn, my prnfl. cirncy la w hkh ha. ample testimony. A con tinuance of patronHaT I must mpcrtfull) a'krd. JOHN SALMON. Jan I d.lm MRS. A. P.LaBARBE IS9 Patton Avenue. flral-CluM Bourd by the day ur month. Terms made know n on application. dceH dly J. C. BROWN. MERCHANT t TAILOR S Patton Avenue. tNeat to Oraad Central HuUI.) atn-rdl TO WEAK r.lEf tas.1 yoBtkfnl arrotm. rtr eHray.waMlntwi tanoTa vmlasbla laaps, Mataaaaoon, MaI-ru. iMbla IimiIm lMl.ai ami talala MI wrUmlantorkaaMeare, tratlof STl.ad,4 SMtieal work i aaauldba mad by .vary warn m mmvmm aaa aminaiaa, aaara. rnA r. c niria, oms. nn.AdAiw 1 J. W.SCIIARTLE. MERCHANT TAILOR 41 N. Main St. riband lv Street Car Schedule. Beiftiinlnc at S.33 a. tn. Kndlng 10.00 p. ni. Car Wave laitn fur litMt(va.r huas m.i kalf hour Car l.avei ftqua re for Melkr'it, houhlrdHy and CnmnfattonT miuutM aftrf mmeh knur and half hour var leavn Mrlkf'i, Poubtedajr and Camp Patton 7 aianutra btfure rarh hmis mmA sinfr aonr. Hcbednle ran connect at fW)uare. Trala car me ta trvrv train, unt 1las- m! lowed rmeh WMaenaeri I na ahsviu) STRIiltT ST, CO, DKVGS Aff MEDICINES. T. C. SMITH & 00. Carry the largest stock of Drills, Medicines and Imjr- jiists Sundries in Western Cartilina. They have the handsomest fni' Store in the Slate. TheirpMiilsareall lionjiht fori'ashset'iiriiin'.t ra discounts and pivpnynieiit of freight eharjjes. Their t rade has fjro w n ra lidly f r ni monthto month, si nre their opening in Asheville, Well losted I hi vers etnae to this store for the highest jirade ofptods, at the lowest pos- sihle prices. A larp luisiness an he done mi small profits Ah their trade urowsthey are Riving their eiistoiners re- tluetioiis. DRESSMAKING AND LADIK8 TAILORINO. Mrm. Holderby Now on u rhloniiblr T rr mi tn Akin iHhhfthmrnt on llrldxe Mrrrt. No. Ml . SiiHrlt thr imtronuKe of nil thrLndlrit. jnnau d:im DiNNolution Notice. The Hirtnrn.hlikerrtolrt ..l.tlnit lt ecn M'M.. Ionian A; Child hit. thki dny liccn di.wilved l mutual cmatnt. .Mr Child rcllr. ini frtun the tirm mid Mr. I.ymiitl ronllntiinR the lu.lnr hi the aumr nltin- in the building lnn a. "I.rinl Itlncs." Mr. Child will outiuue in the n-al rtnte bn.inrm and can he found for the urrm-nt at tbi-office of Moorr In M.rri.k. A.J. 1.VMAN, JtlHNCHILU fibsdttt 041 .tin TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. Palacc Stsamsss. Low Ratks. Fwi, Trip. sr Wak ttwm DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND r.?, ,! tita. tf ft-it, aad Ui very Wak Dtvj atotwetn DETROIT AN0 CLEVELAND S,niu SMtey Trly. Mne J J,i;, .ufMt u, .ti. Daskl. BaUy Ua. Sum CHICAGO AND JIT. JOSEPH, MICH. O'JSJ iLLUSTSATtO PAMPHL'Tt 8aM.nd BsMnt-TIek.. will btfii-atehM S?rourTla.. .int,wdnii (. S WHITCOMB, a. a. A., Ditihijt Mi.-.. Oatrolt and Olenreland Steam Nn.. Co. maylH TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON, PRACTICAL Plumbers & Tinners. HLt'MhlNO, STBAM AND UAH FITTING, TIN AND 8LATB RUOI'INU Furnaces and Heaters. Jobbing- Promptly i t Attended to. No. 4 j Patton Avenue, Opera House Building;. laisn dftwl O. F. IIAGEMAN, BROKER. 'urrt.pond.nt to Doran A Wright Co., Ltd., 10 Wall St., New Yore. STOCKS, UHAIN, fR'iVlntONS, I'HTKO- tMl'M AND COTTHN. ' I'rltate wire to New Vork and Chicago. Continuous quotation., actual deliver guaranteed. Rooms 3 anil 4, Nu. It rat too Avenue. 'anl d MrSCRU.AXROI CADTIOM boiuiin. If the, dealer cannot ."PPJT Oi Mad dlraet to Awtory, ncloslns adv.rUd Srioi. VV. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Vina Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Craed. lvatrproor. llr.t In t ha world. Ksamlna his. I S.0O OBNIJINK 1IAN KKWKD fllOH. 4.00 IIANII-BlttV piiiiki OF. AN1 rAKMJKHH1 NIIOBc .0 KXTttA VAI.t'K i'Al.F hllOK, 3. St at St IYIIKH Minr.n n nii.ir.n. i.0O ana SI.7S IUVK SC'HOOI. SHOES, All nuuHi Id CoumH. Mutton .nd Lac. $3&2 SHOES USila. SI, 75 MHOtt FOR MIHKES. Beat Material. Bert Htylr;. BrM FlrtlntT. W. L. Itouflas, Brockton, Ma... 6ol4 by IIEKKING V WEAVEB. fvlil0d4tsm TMOH. P. HAMILTON & CO., GR0CERS, 8BIG 22, Patton Avenue. fil.lMddm A CAKD. Uilitur Ahr(1lc CitUi-n: Thut f ur ninny fritiuU may know hm we arc ifrttlni; on vtc will lHtc ttiut vv tuufc In In llutrl nnu Ktnrr $9,000 In Ve WcekMs Took In tnt SHtiinlHy over JTiiO. $75 uf I thnt wax hutrl, Imlitnt (ttiirt1. llot-1 n'Klft- trrrtl 'M tlmt dstv Urn) ffl.uiio Hrrivttl In A month. Our nt rk U tnnmninth 3O0 fret lunv f"1 IS feet w'lr. Tell the hn nm-e of the world to come find nre "Old Ched" untile. nnd buy tfondt of unnduve 1 to SA per cent. novld till S. U. CHKPKSTl'.K At KttN. Till! ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., i V. M. C. A. ROOMS. ) t ncn ilnily, citrpt ttuudttya, Irom lo u. m. until 1 p. m nnd until 0 o. in. The Units uf .uli.t-ritlon are: out- year ta; B mn... st.no; a m., si ; 1 mo., oim-i. dully S ct. OMicer. for imifi I're.lilt-nt, Chnri W. Wonlncyj Vlct-I'rr.ldcnt. Tho. A. June.; Sec. and Trea.urrr. IV S. WM.i.n ; l.llirnrlnil, MIk. H. J. Hatch. Citlicn. and l.ltor. are cordinlly invited to In.ncct the catulouuc nml tiia.-rile their name. a. mrmliera. Jun'odtf W. D. ROWE, tiKALKM lh ITALIANiAMERICAN mariim:, (iriinitr Munumeiile, rtc. All kindR of M..nu nrnti, TtunlmtonrM, llt-ntltont-a, Irm utul n Mil niHtlr to ordrr In thr lutiNt lenlKnii, ASHEVILLE, N. C. Yard At llimconitic War. houc. auau dHm J.n7 MORGAN & CO., No. 3 Barnard Hulldln if, School nnd t'ollcp' 'JVxt lioolvN. u full lino. Toi'tH, IUk tory,. Romance, lMoKfnphy, Tiiivcl anil Xovelt, Fniniiv HibfcH, S. S. Itil.lcH nnd Tnt niiifiitu, Oxford ToaclicrH' IMblcH, Soiiff Itookn of. oil kintlH.larp'MtockStntioiiL'ry, Blank Books ami OfHco and School Supplicrt. New lint' Lndics' und Gentn' rocket bookn juBt opened. Fancy (toodfl und Dolln. fehtodtv Chicago & Alton R.R. FAM U8T KUl'TH TO KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST A.hrvlllc to Knu.n. City In 87 hour.. A.herllle to Denver in (II hour.. Aaiievlllc to Hun l-'rnnri. n, California, and Portland, Oregon. In A davs. noun vr.tliiulrfl Trnln. Ht. I.oui. to Kan n. Cltv, Krcllnlnn chair enr free, for full Inlurmaiiun cnll on or write to B. A. Newlaud, IH.trlct Pauenuer AkciiI, No. 10 Palion Ave., Asheville. N.C. J. CHARLTON. (. P. A., Chicavo, III. A NHW DI'.HD, carefully prepared hy lead lllff memhrr. nt (h. Ahwllu (Ine.t pnrrhmrut and heavy flat pnier,cnv erln all necr..nry point., ju.t nut and now on anlr at thr oillce of the Citiirn I'lni.inii SCHOOLS. KllftTllsIl and French BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE 8IRU, Nn, 0 Prench Hro.d Aiu. MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL (For many years Amnrlate Principal of Mt. '"J'l hy n corps of eomintent tesehers. HOTELS. -PRIVATK BOARD. NliW IKH'SIII NliWI. I'lIRNlSlllvl) ALL MOIUiRN IMI'RiVKMl!NT. MRS. N. B. ATKINSON, No. 31 1 llnywood 8trect, Jiii'.'3 ri 1 v JtKlVATK IIDARD. A Inrne liouac. Sin I'ai ton nvrrnic. Warm rnmfnrtuiilt' roonis. On Htm-t car line. Trrut. rcHHomthlc. ortKdllin MRS. I, I.. SMATHKK8 HEAL ESTATE. JOHN CiD, I I'ormi rly nf I.yiunn St Clillrl i REAL ESTATE -A Nil- IX) AN BROKE K Strictly a BrokvraKe RnsinettH l.uaiiM securely plnml nt 8 tHr vent. All eye littcd nnd fit guarautveJ. A i-hoi plrte stoi-lt of the above k"de at GRANT'S DRl'ti STORK, tltStlt'TII MAIN STKBBT. I ictiliKta' Prt-.t-riitlnn. u .irclalt. nri3 ililm Till! I.AKf.KST AMI llliST iiUf 1 1-I'li 1T TIIK SlIltTII. CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES tip H. C. Woltcrt ck & Co. CoNMt LTIKii CHKMItVT AND MININO KNOINBHMK Anntytun of Mftnl. )re, Con! or Cokr, Mln trul Wntcin. KertlliirrH, etc. I'KICR LIST ON APPLICATION. Minlnu ronrrty In vcRtlftHtrtl, drveloprtl. houttht it nil nold. CorrftMHMlfnce nolintrfI. Hunipleii cull -nt hy m nil or cmprcitH. If cnt hy eirfKii ilinrKt' ntuHt le prepiilil f;t nt wHntrd tn every ilnce. CliattanooKn, Teim. 1K. II C. WOLTCRRCK. nuvJ t& wly MttniiKrr. RICHMOND & DANYILLE R. R. CO.. !'AMHOHa ! IK PA NT M MKT. Weatcra North Carolina Divi.lon. PA8SBNt'.BR TRAIN RCHULIlLU. Ill, F.PFKCT 8BPT. 2l 7Ath Meridian time u.cd when not othrrttl indivucd. llintnikli. Nn. At lllilly. No. It3 Daily. Lv. Knn.villc. I I Itinth mer.M -J.tlim Rttonm A.nrvuir, ii(nm ,ii7pm Ar. Mall.iiury, Anaaml 6Anpm nauant I louupm Knnvnir. " kiilimoud. "fcnlelKh. ' r.iild.lMiro, ' Wllmlnirtun l.vm-htiurir. " Wn.hiiiKlon ' llnltimore, " I'hlla., New Vfrh. WK.TIMH NO. .l.-lllpml AlAaml innpml 73natn (IKipm tasgpm rlnnpmi IV'.'llpmllUV.tnm 71iipm I II .18am HAnpml N'JAnm It i'Opm I Ill47am ni'llnml 1 'Jilpm So. no i No. ni T Dnily. I Imllv. I Lv. Nrw Yurk, ' I'hlla., ' ItHltiimire. " V,'nhlnKt'n l.ytichlturir. 1 2 1.1am I :inpml 71'lininl IIA7pm 4.-.Hml tianpml II 34am 1 1 1 tn mm S4)ipml Ail7nm JJ Richmond. I Soopml 3 3iium 3' Danville. i "H4ii.mr HuAami " Wiliiilnirt'n j 'tMhinm f "1 ' tMil.ttoro, i U3upm ACHipml Kiilrluh. I 44il,ml lOdnm; "Rnll.lmry, tii4Aainlli 2.1am! Ar. A.hevlllr. I 722um 427pm ' Knnxville. f i lllnthmrr.l I ISIAliml MS.Ipm ' No. Ait) ' " ' A. U 8. R. h." """1 No.' 1(4 liiillv.l 1 ll.ll. "6.iA am.i.v," A.hrvlllc. Arr.l 7(m pm 10211 amlAr. Ilrnder.(invlllc, ' jf)P7pni limpmi" SimrtniitMirif. I.v.?140pm Mt'RI'HV UKANCll. " NoT ii j i Dally ci-rjit8unila"y. I To'.J7 'loamil.v. A.hevlllr. Ar.3.1pni ItlllnmlAr. Wavnr.vllle, I 1 AA p m .14xpml" Inrrett-., "ITtKlani )4Apml" WcatHrld, l.v. I Itl0.ro Slccplnn- Car Service. Vr tnke plrn.urc In annnunclnKthclnnUKii rullnn of a dully line of el-K'int Pullman Huf. let Drnwink' KoomCar..lictecn Hot Sprint:, anil A.ht-lllc and t n.limuton, D. C, Not. U. on the followins fk-hctliik-: "n (lA I l ' ' ' : N'o. A2 I22.",im l. "llMt'iiirinus. " Arrl illiipm 1 n4ini " A.luvlllf, j 4.niim 712iini" KnliHhur, lf 11 1 2Aiun HA:iiimiArr Wfi.liinutiin. I.villtiopiu CIomc nnd .ure connecttim. inndr at Wit.li. IttKton fur till point, in the North nnd lln.t. Thr Pulltnan lrlur Cnr now tHina oirntcU lietwei-n 8ull.liurv and knosvillc nn tlieM trnln. will or iliiwontlnucd after the com nirnrcmint nf the Hlrt-plnK Car run. No.. All and At. I'ullmai Hlrccr. la-lnri-u GriTn.litu-o nnd Murri.town W. A. W1NIIURN, II. I A., A.hevlllr, N.C. JA8. I.. TAYLOR. O. P. A., Wii.hlnwton, D C. The HcKt are .'.-..'it the CheapeHt. IIsV.wRSNC;it PATENT CHAMPION SAFES, Farrcll & Co., Phlladelpbla. suan dArwAm FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, M That new and dc.lritble liouac, until nll,nMiii,UI,uUH T . . .., Clayton street, and well funil.bcd, will lie nntcd on . Reasonable Terms, To nu early appllcuut. Address JENKf A JENKM, Real But ate nnd Insurance Broker., Jant at OH Patton Are., Asbevllle. 1 nWapaa,S '