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ASIIEVILLETDAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1 185)0.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLrH-KKRR PRINTING CO.
The DailyCitukn, Democratic, la puhliahed
every alternoon temcept KunUny) at the fal
lowing rate utrittly cmth:
One Year T. $8.00
8I Monthi 3.00
Three Month. 1.80
One Mouth 00
One Week IS
THE DAILY VITIZKN
Ii on ante at the following places in Aahevlllc:
BATTURV PARK NEWSSTAND,
OLKN ROCK NKWS STAND.
MODHLCI0AM STOKIv, I'lllton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NliWS STOKU, North Court
TUESDAY. AUGl'STta, ISilO.
I'roin th- I'hl'ailrlphiu Tlinca.
Even Kimf (ieorije did not venture to
impose tuxes on the Colonics without
the direct sanction of I'nrlinment ; and it
is simply n monstrous proposition to
empower the I'rcsiilent of the United
Suites to rci in pose tttrill taxes on sujjiir
or hides or eollee or on tinv other im
ported articles, without the positive
inundate ol the compress that represents
1 axes upon the people in n country
where the ieople are sovereign, must he
imposed by positive law enacted by tin.
CoiiicrcHHiiieu and Constituencies).
"Rev. V. S. I'. Hrynn. of Asheville, has
been visiting in must of the New EiUi
land States, He met, of course, a hospit
able and cordial reception ; and in a letter
home he says that 'there was, besides
this, u lively sympathy with us in the
social and political dilliciiltics which en
compass us and n sense on the part of
our acquaintances of the nre. muss ol
these dilficullies ami of coufidcrce in us
ns brethren and Icllow citizens to whom
the sola i ion of these problems could be
uud otujlit to Ik' left,'
"It is a pity that the New EiiKliindcrs
who imparted their views to Rev. Mr.
Hryatwire not in the majority, so that
they might elect the congressmen from
mat section. Charlotte Chronicle.
It is a pity, indeed. Possibly the
Chronicle does not susK-et the fact, but
it is probable that the retention of the
offensive congressmen in office lieurs kt
tinently on the point Tun Citizen briefly
alluded to yesterday that of re-electing
congressmen because, term by term, il
they lire industrious they become con
stantly more useful to the constituency
This argument, wc suspect, serves to
Keop in office several ol the republican
congressmen from New Knglnnd who.
us regards the force bill lor instance, art
not in sympathy with the class of tvpulj
licans Mr. Hrynn met.
The fact is, the Sccches and votes ol
many congressmen afford the least ol
reasons for their popularity. It is tin
esjieeial work for their district sehlom
heard outside of the capitol committee
rooms uud the cities, villages and towns
where these congressmen's constituency
dwell, that accounts for their being re
turned year utter year.
We recall u congressman, now out ol
office, who was believed to lie corrupt by
many ol his republican friends; ami once
or twice his nomination was bolted. Hut
in committee work he seldom inadeu
speech he was, to use a vulgar but tit
enough expression heie, "n horse."
If it was threatened to remove the duty
irritate and provoke opposition tlint it
contained a Bceific threat of using bnyo
nets if necessary.
Awakened by the democratic press the
country sjieedily denounced the bill with
such vigorous logic that the probability
of its becoming a law declined at once
and is now grutil'yingly small.
The American mind if not the Afro.
American mind is not carried by assault.
Tnii "Afro-Ainericun"eirciilar to which
we have elsewhere called attention di
rects: "Have your Sunday service accentuate
by prnver the jieople'sdesire for the pass
age of the federal election hill."
The fact that the church has prayed
for the passage of the force bill is to be
forwarded to the birthplace of this cir
cular, Hill West L'tith street, New York
city, where one "Henry P. Downing,"
presumably the author of the circular,
is. This is an insidious attempt to ac
cumulate lalse witness for the force bill.
The matter is to Ik- brought upinchiirchcs
t here the pastor can, if he chooses, hate
it passed on in his own wav. The col
ored ieople would have little to say, for
or against, in such a place. Happily,
however, the real value of evidence thus
collected will at once Ik apparent in any
(Ink needs to lie a close reader of the
Congressional Record these days to real
ize how much hard woik Senator Vance
is doing in the cause ol tai ill reform. It
is a very off day with him when he does
not make a speech or two, while his
THE LATEST XEWS
EU0l XOKTIl CAROLINA.
CLEAN SWEEP OF THE
During tlita month we in
tend to clean out all summer
We have got a large stork
ot l,miiN, both plain, striped
and checked, which we will
cloHe out at New York cont.
Ladies fine I'arasols We
have a few left that are worth
.1.50 to 4.00, hut we will
There was not a lawyer In the Dur
ham county convention,
There was n report on the streets of
Goldshoro that D.J. P. Miller was deud.
Mr. Miller denies it.
The North Carolina colle ire nf mm.
culture uikI mechanic arts, situated at
miieign, win ocgin us second session on
the fourth of September. New nnd el...
guilt shop buildings are now ready.
The Coventor left last nierlit under
order of his family plivsician, Ir. Hnv
wooci, mr n line Sulphur springs, West
Virginia. Mrs. D. U. Avern. his dnuirh.
ter, accompanied him. Raleigh News
mid Observer, 10th.
A reliable luntiiieii. nm,. .
lose them out at 2.00 each,
Point, inlorms the (ireensli.im Mnh.i tlliM IlI'M Ilien ilowifil lilo Ulimiw
that the business ot the lurnitiire tactory mid M't uoillir lit II lllll'lTll ill
.It that place is so large that thev ureal- ' I "m 111 '. l""M
ways live orsix car loads Miindin filling " H Illl Vea gOOd IlllC Ol Ijlt-
tiieir orders, and will have to enlarge dies' FitlO Dl't'SS (lOOtls aild
Tl iiiiu m ..!.;.. I, ..Vf....
I. lllllllllln it nil ii tti- null flu
I.. .....I t i
it greatness docs not consist i 1,. ". " ,,v'
ilv, but in the lact that every one of its st)('K Ol hfltWHS 1111(1 (illlg-
ciuzcns gel into the Slate mnir, to
North Carolina in the capacity of soldier
d cs it regardless of the cost to himself.
Mrs. J. R. Howie, of Vnioti Grove
township has, so the Slatesville Land
mark say , had thirteen children and all
oi mem are living, two aremarricdnnd
ami I lie
It will pay you to exan
our line of Table Linen T
A great reduction in every
line, as wh are going to make
.v..,..,. , ,vi, ti i v iii 1 1 rni (i mm i , ,,
oimuest is inst ohi eiimi..h i.. a clean swihmi of a II suininci'
kmhi the iHd and kick up ilsheels. There goods if close lll'icCS will tit)
.. .o .... ,i,ui- in mi; House, a jr
physician has never been to see one of lu
me ciiiiiiieii, nun inn one ol them ever
took a leaspooiilul ol medicine.
Crop report. Western district Rather
cool and clomly weather nreva led dur
ross-iiicstioiiiug ol prolectionistsis well ing the week, with rain nearly every dav
An attempt was made recently .oswin
.lie Russell II. Harrison recently by means
of the "green goods" game. 1. was one
kind of a lottery and Mr. Harrison
spotted it at once,
IX THE SAXCTl .MS.
The Mooresville correspondent of the
Slatesville Landmark tells ol a tanner
who has paid oil' a $'J0,tMit) debt with the
products of his $ltl,tiuo farm. Give us
his name, Mr. Caldwell. That man and
larm deserves to lie known the state
The Chnilotte Chronicle is in a state ol
mind near'v all the time about the A 111-1
nice. Here's its latest : "The Chronicle
Iocs not Ih-Hcvc that one-third, nay, one
tweiitielh of the farmers of Mecklenburg
county, or of the stalcol North Carolina,
endorse that National Alliance declara
e.iiioiiii; mime damage lo all crops.
.Mrcninsnrc overflowing, injuring low
land corn. Cotton is sherJdi'ng a little,
nut as n correspondent remarks: "It
nan tans oil t here will still be the Ik-si
pt .num. i ne damage to croos
i" mi in inn serious. Average rain tall
tor i nc district. 3.18 inches. A heavy
hail storm occurred ut Marshall, Madi
nosTic nuos. & wkkuit.
No. 11 X. Court Square.
W. A. Ui.Aiit. J. V. Huown.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, IN. C.
P. O. Hoi P.
PilTTIrtnT w' Ina(Ua BhM in
V&UtlUIl wnrrnnten, and every nntr
has kla hmh prloe uamiHid Mifani.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Fcetjof Central PaHHcngcr Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
No. 3a Fallon Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD 8TAND
We are now ready, ami in
vite our friends and the pub-
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
Pln Calf Laee4 WmrpiNf Urals.
The irrllno anil wurinv AualltlMnr Oil thnt
eannot be better shown than or the itrong wi4or
menu of lu tbouMuide of oonaunt wearvn.
f E00 Ovaalnv Hand -e wed, u elciruil and
ttvllah dreM Khoo which cmmDdi lUrlf.
AQ lUad.Mwrd Welt. A line oaU fihua
v unequalled for me and durability.
IQJO Idoedrear Writ la Uta ataudard drew
00 PoMremanra Mhoe laeapeoUUr adapted
a for railroad men, farmera, eto.
aii maue u uongreaa, ouiu n ana uuia
$3 $2 S M f ES . EPA
nan bmn mnal favnrahlv wmIvmI bIdm. Intmduivl
and the rewnt tmuruvenienu niak. them wipertur
lo any abaci Mild at thea nrlcea.
A.k our Di.alar. mil If Iim mhmI biiuiI. wmi mnA
dlrrct to fantory anrloauif ad.erUwd prioi. or
waMt lur urut'r uihukb.
POK 8ALH II Y
WEAVER Jk DIVERS.
Dr. D. F. Arrington,
The editor of the (imtuniii Ona-tti'
iriiUsnt tin lu iiil ut'lii vditoriiil ciilninn
wti'kly a kmlak looking picliiri' nf Iwn
small's, nut' vcrv limu'hlv wc h(inld
ind'c, ami with a iKitkialilc iiisnirK'iiiK v
it clotliiiij; in her iimiii'iliaU' vicinity.
VVhv is tins thus unil tor liuw lout:.
Iirutltcr Hicham ?
The editor nf the New Ucrnc Journal
vnueheii lor the worth ol' the following:
Tun CrriziiN wouliln'l lor one huiulrcil
dollars: "t'or a lione felon tiroeure ut'rou
amine our well (selected Htock
from a leading product of the district In irincrt the linger on which the felon
was always a hit- to detent the move in
committee; and he was remarkably suc
cessful in sccurinj; appropriations for
public buildings in obscure towns, nsweli
as in the cities and lor water-ways never
before heard of in WashiiiKtou. lie was
finally defeated when his name had In
come a by word tlnouKliout the nation,
but it could not lie denied that that pari
ol the State he had represented sutlcred
for several years from the chaiiKC.
Of course the reasons the supporters ol
this, in one way, remarkable legislator ,v,1, purchased it has now iiothiiifi
is located into the mouth ot the ti ),.
force it clear down his throat, and then
lie a strinji tijjluly around the neck ol
the frojj uud let it remain until well."
The tirst welcoming word the new Crr
iziiN has read comes from the editor i.f
the Salisbury Watchman: "The Asheville
Citikn has chunked its sliaiie. It conn s
out iifjaiu with much of its pristine splcn
dor. The pot metal inside lmsdisapM-ared.
il intimates that the northern party
Miss (,eiir;ia Reeve, acil eighteen
years, died of typhoid fever, at her home
mi South Cedar street, Charlotte.
Mrs. I'cutrcss, wife of l'rof. W. Iv. Pen
i ress. Oreeiislioro. died at her residence at
i icasaiu t.anien ot tvphoul fever.
A I.Hrice redlcllnii.
I'roro tin W Inmi Mirror.
HxiKl from themitl.in. eatnt.lihoviB- Hf pMUTally tO Will Ulld eX
ilnnt quiiriintliir nk-nlnal him na an imml-
rnt inure to In- ilreml'ul tlinil the ilriulllenl
P'airue, llir nn,t liuitlisonic Icprnay, anil,
:hua pruttvlril. let aoricty n lgn without a
to tin nan- the n-ncc of liimir, the aufi-ty
U tile street, the aeeurity of the hichway,
llieaiinetlly of the shrine, the Incrnac of the
iltnr the ermlle of IniicHtnee. the atroiiKhnM
ot youth, the el'mlel ot irrn.v linlrs, nnil then
'. hclinyht nionilui: atur ol'hoie will hnnc
IwinkiiiiKiirer thrurHV lintea of the morn.
liiKtlu velei.ine herulil of the kinK of day. 'l,i,.l, u- ., ,. . .ff,,...',,,. f ... M.l.
nu.l ere l.,n, with the tr.intiK,iriii .nlen " I'" " W C 1,1 C ),U 1 '" 11 X 1 ( k
ilor oi celestial piiKemitry. the eonim-iinu
iiiontirt'h will nmunt his throne uf fire, and
swny all the upm-ei. with a scepter of HkIU
wiiuu liy lure ami kiiulilcs.
The Citizkn has omitted two words
in the ftircgniiiK. Can some one, not n
subscriber to the Mirror, supply them?
The lilly Citizen.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Aslievilleand tts niiplc.
Is the most popular itdvertisiui; me
dium in North Lanilina.
Is rend by n greater number of eople
than any other secular paticr in tin-
Is always filled with t he choicest rend
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Cinr'tN.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
iiiceess without advertising. Trv the
An advertisement in ll.e Citizkn pnv
lie ndviM't:T mi hiinilred-fotd
rilllnv teeth n atieelnltv. ntao trentlnu 'dia-
enacit Kiuna. anil all diKi-afea K-rtalniiiK to
tne iieniai Htrnetitre. tmice rooms mi rut
ton avenue, over Kuyaor At Smith', drui:
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
St.BO l'KK HAY. R TO $7 I'UR WBKK.
Nearest to Chimney Kink. Cutawba
l'lilln ami MlteheU'a Peak.
Iuly14ttm 81'KAi.t'B r MOOKK.
New houac. newly furnlahctl, oil niolcrn
I iiniirovemrnta, InrfEC rooma, Kood tnlile
MRS. M. C. GOOUE,
5.1 College 81.
gave for keeping him in ofiice were sellisli
and resulted in harm to the Imst interests
of the nation at large. We nre not de
fending them or him. We have simply
attempted to account (or a ieculiar feat
ure of politics that lias attracted the at
tention ol others than the editor of the
Thev Are Welcome,
There is marked uneasiness in some
quarters as the Alliance memlierg conic
and go, holding secret meetings and de
manding answers to leading questions.
Nevertheless the Citizkn is certain that
there nre only cordial feelings of welcome
for those of this body of influential men
who are meeting here in Asheville. In
the main they are striving to do what is
the right of all men to try to do in this
free country improve their condition.
That they deserve better treatment in
the future than they have had is every
where acknowledged. Such difference ol
opinion as has arisen in this democratic
state ns to tne ocmanusnl the alliance mnnd from $5D0,00U to $1,000,000 of
nas oeen muiniy ns to metiiotls, seldom capital for manufacturing enterprises,
ns to principles. T,c propositions are in the hands of n
The very number of the mcinliers of prominent business man, and he will
to do with il, and 'lint it is under lioint
management. The Watchinjin extends I
the new Citizi-n a welcome."
The Concord Standard man can get an
item straight if any one can, but here is
his account of one that threw him every
time and did it easy too: "It seems that
our report of Mr. I'ctliel's daughter get
ting her arm broke, was wrong all around.
We tirst said he was a colored man, ami
so 'vc understood; then we wercinformcd
that he was not colored, and wc glaillv
made the correction. ,Vc now learn that
il was not Mr, I'elhiTs daughter that
got hurt, but that of a colored man liv
ing on Mr, I'ctliel's farm."
The editor of I he Kalcigh Chronicle is
nenrly busting to tell it, but he won't.
This is partly what "it" is: "There will
lie gome interesting matters offered before
the chamber of commerce at its next
meeting. Among them n a proposition
by which Unlcigh may immediately com-
bottom priccH. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75), night Go,
'I' he rniire stock of
Ineludlnu tine llroochca. Muttons nnd Mrnec-
JAM ICS FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Amt Inr Rrrm Creek Woolen Mills.
North M Am Anherllle. N. C
A moilrni firvt clntn hutil. Hot anil 10I1I wnter iitul both it m! toilet on every floor,
'ilrotrli I't'lln in cvitv room. (Ihii lire in oliUv nnd uratfM in ht-d rnoin. ( Nitre, dininie
room, luneli voiniter. cK"r n w- mi.) uml lntr ami liilliitnl 100111 in Unit tin or. lilee
ric strct-t iar in- ilunr i ver tuu.uieri. Kichunmil and l:ntvil; n'Urnad i atiujt ht'une,
.'0 minute for mvuIn.
rti:. $j.o fi:r day,
J. M. IIRVAM und WAI.TKK UUKKM. CIvrkM.
SCHLiT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the ,V;rd Over for Uh I'urity.
Wc deliver tu nil p irta ol tin city our own Mottllnu Itinort lu cr ut
ONK DvM.A.i Pfcki IiOi5IvN.
Our Iwer la kept lit n teiniwrntiue ol Hi ik-Kiecs uml we Kunruntce you n Iresh nrtielc ut
ill time.. Tllli TKAIlli Sl'I't'I.IUI' I'KO.M
V WINE.'. AND .'. LIQUOR STORE v
IN THK HTATIi.
FINK SAMPLE ANI BII.I.IAUI) ROOM.
4. N.KVr.R.,r. ..r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N, C
run 8AI.I-: bv-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
35 ASHKVILLK 35
Money advunecil ou Watchea, UiitiiiuuU
nd vatiou. other artleln.
35 North Main Ntrcct. r
Knjrllh nil F. oncli
AHO OAY SCHOOL.
F0 YOUiiS LA0IE8 AND LITTLE GIHLS,
No. in Hnrneh llrond ATenue.
MRS. BUf GWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAI
I For ninny yean. Aaaodnte Prindpnl of .Ml
Vernon Institute, DnltOnore.)
Aaaiattd liy a corp. of comiientent tcneher
l-tf-U N t-l H I H 0 OFF 1-1-8 THE MODEL
& NEWS STAND
Kegardlru of coat. a. wr Intend In the future
to keep nothing lint Solid Gold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
tlm farmers' union command resoet.
Their tramp enn I lieurd an that of a
niij;h'y host all over North Carolina; and
4,000,000 ol them keep step to the se
ductive music of the clink of the sub
treasury bill dollars, Irom the Atlantic
to the Pacific.
Of course the vitttlity of such a larjje
organization lies muiniy in its lenders.
Their responsibility is tremendous. And
here in North Carolina they must know
make them known next Tuesday night.
1 ney arc to uc Kept quiet till then. '
The RockinKlinm (Harrisonburg, Vn.,)
Register man has a keen eye for a good
A crennt nf tnrtnr hnklnu powder. HIiihcM
ofnll In IriirrnuiK atrenKlli 11. 8 Oovern
mcnt Wcport. AiiKnat 17, IWWII lulyattdly
KOOMN WITH BOARD.
A n-w dcalralile rooma with board. Ap
ply to c. J McCAPB
auKuat4iHf. a Orov. street.
TLANTIC COAHT LINK
On nnd after thla dnte the follnwlnu ached
ule. will be run over Ita "Columbia IMvlalun."
No. 03 lAMtvca Columliln 0.30 u. m
., Arrive, ntchnrleatun 9. SO p. m. I
No. 82 Lravea Charleaton T.lo a. m. I
Airlvea nt Columliln 11.(15 a. m. I
ConnectinK with trnlna to and front all I
N,i,ii.i,ii tne mnnottc, (.-olumliln Sx Au
I ItiniNR ICUfCICD
South Main St. AsbcvUlc.
RICHMOND & DANYILLE R. R. CO,
Wctcra North Carolina Oivlalon.
PAS8BNO8R TRAIN 8CHRDULB
flM R.VnCT M.rrli 2AI
7fltb MerldlHO time naed when not otherwise
Itaa received a fine line of Pnrk Ut Tllford Im
ported ClRara; alao the popular liranda ol
plug chewlhR toliaco Calhoun, H. P. Ornve
ley's Deat, Stult's AAAA of One cut chew
lug tobacco, C.lolie, tlnglcy's Alaytluwrr.
Cheaapenke and Concord.
T. M. BMKRHON, Uen.
. PR VI NR. Oro aunt
by this time that wherever their friends thc Sl,ndn'-wh,;n il '
nre, their enemies nre not to be found in "ol P""""ca- " ""-'nces nre manly
the ranks of the democratic party. - nnd vinous, and have the ring of the
- - true metal. With plenty of tar on its
nua. niuia upiniiiuiarnisipi, uccl the vlTlzKN will maintain its post
edTlilar tion, and will cast an ever-lengthening
The Alro-American News Company of '''""
New York is circulating in Asheville, and AKIN TO POLITICS.
we presume elsewhere in the South, a
circular runressed 1 o the Pastor," nsk- The Raleigh Signal, the occasional or
ing him to secure the vote of his church K"" " 'he republican party, edited by
in advocacy ot the lorce bill. It opetied N.'.1" .wl" resume its puuiicu-
thing: "The Asheville (M. C.) Citizhn, in gu.ta nnd Columbia Mt Oreenvlllc Railroad.,
whose publication Mr. John P. Kerr, for-1
mcrly of thc Register, is interested, has I
undergone a change nf management, and
appeared Monday afternoon an 'une
quivocally democratic pnicr every day I
lAHTRntlND. No". Sl TNo. 83 1
(Uiith mer.) SAOpm R08am
Aahevlllc, 12Bnnm a 03pm
Ar. Kall.bury, 88.1am 64ptn
Danville, Unburn loaopml
yilichniond, a abpm 818am
Raleigh, 108pm T.toamj
tloldaborn, 810pm 11180pm
-1. I'tlni'.ss In Use.
rrlce.Cl.CO. Soli br all BramrfrU. Ssntl
vLln pacluge viu Enbber Syrinjs f, $1,54
POR 8 A LB BV
RAYSOR Ii 8MITH, ASHEVILLE. N. C
" New Vnrk,
1 a KOpm
tion in a short time.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open daily, cscept anndays, from 10 a. m.
r. New York,
No. 80 I N6TB3
B oi lam
Chicago & Alton U.R.
PA8TB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST-
Aahevllte to Kanaa. City in 87 hour..
Aahevllle to Denver In 81 hour.
Aahevlllr to Rmn Vnna.n i-.unu.i. .
Solid Veatibulni Tralna Ht.' I nl. v..
" nn-iimnR enmr car itc.
Por full Information call on or ariu to
B. A. Ncwlaiid,
Watrtct Paawnger Agent,
No. 10 Palton Ave.. Aahevlii?. M r
J. CHARLTON. . P. A., Chicago, III.
Terms Uvgin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Flftf-t-n ommi'U'iiil ci'tinun (It ml ilnrinu th? yrnr (S-r i-iitiituKiir pitirrx 41!-:t.) t'nlv
nlUi' in North cnnOiiia w ith rcKiilany ort: n jH StiHMtl ii I'ltlitu-.-il 11 ml Sociul Sftcntv,
xii'tulitiK ihrtMili two yi'iim. (Cutali iL:t" r4-t4. Kxtviknt SthHil nf Civil HtiKin
irinu. n'tttalociu lutKin Tk hi .i SiilHTinr S. hnnln nl l.nticunut m. IMiilotimh v. Thr-iii.,.,..
uml Natural Stu tut h. Api iUant- nti ttuil 10 ;inv irnv whi hiltfy can fumuc with
i'ivunuij.T. vcr iw ttiurni-n iiiih yiar u-a-iiiiK iu ni'i:r',tn ui olm'TI to nil. Adurt'M
JOHN r. C KOWI'XLi I'rcMliltnt.
tlandolpli County Trinity College, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS. INCLUDING RATH ROOM FITTFD kviru yviTcn oi nr.
Pinlahc 1 thrnutrhmit In nl.... I, , ,. , ....... .. .. .
Snwed.-nk W.oiadrn V Llneru..A.w
1'or further tnlortniiiion call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jc!cron Drive.
1 1 28am I
A. tt 1. It. It."
"!,. n,.n,,. ,,r,t.. I A leanino-rpnuhlirnn nffiwhril. 4-nM
--ril editor Cnl3we 1 nf S ;;..H "tU 1 p. ., and 8 nntll 7 o.
mind, which is an nttcmot to i.,ff....n was in Washington recently and W11, l The terms of suhacrlptlon am On. year
national legislation into preventing the ""ked by a memlwrof the cabinet if the '"f""'' ,, BOi 3 mo,' 1 1 mo -80ct !
Lv. Hot Surinra. Are
Arr Aahevllle, Arr.
ia42pm" Spartanburg, Lt.
N40 p m
07 p m
bw p m
Bdltor Aahevllle Cltlieoi
That oar many friend, may know how w,
are getting on we will atau that we took in
in Hotel anii store
9.000 In vue Weeks.
"" iwianiaT over 1700. .tn ,
I that wa hotel, balance .ton. Hotel regfa.
urea o tnat day. Had 8.0OO arriv.i. i
i o montna. onr at.Kk Is mammoth 800 feet
,ua nu in teei wia. Tell the balance ol
ut wona to com. and m "old Ched" smile,
I .j guoo. oi n. ana save 10 to 9A r
cent. . '
novlfl dtf 8. R. CHBDRKTRR At snu
" .1 - J".V"-"""K i"e ' , . .. Ih.ii. a-..
passuge ol the Lodge or ledcrul election rr"Bl,re" repuoncnn success in North
bill." Cnrjhna this yeur were good. "I told
: prospects were Officer, for lMtto President, Charles W,
Th. J.i.rt! n.. h. . j "in. ne said, "that the prospects were
assault on the oublic mind ZA ZlZ VL .Tl ie" ' the wi Vlee-Pcldent. Thos. A. Jones , See!
, . , , ; . " . ". pi.iui tuiu a pair and Treaanre
plates no such violence. What it has of brass knucks for some other republi- B. J. Batch.
donewitu relerence to the Lodge force Bna -"ai naraiy any two oi tnem
No. IS (Iially cicept" Sunday. I No. it
.? 12 m,'T' . Aahevllle. ArSnsTni
an pm " BryaonClty. ' 040 am
048 pml " WeatneM, Lv. 810 S m
Orrenahnro and Mnrrlatowa.
BUOOIES, CARRIAGES, BLACXSMtTHINQ,
To the citlaena nf Aah.lll. ...
would announce that at my ahop. onCollen
atreet, neat to Woodbury. .uhKi' i
ter prepared than twr to do work la my line.
Claltk. .n.l ... : lr.V'.'""-" "Pf
Hi ttp.rt.need andaklllhiland
my ohnrge. are moderate.
"" O II ni'tMPTTD
nu i u. m. nation i uoranan, Mia. wntt Detween Hot spring
naneTiiit ia Hrtatlaat at
Noa, 82 and Ba Pnllman Bnffet Rleenlna nRlcttamiuim,
Hot Sprlnga and Waahingtoo.
tauoa for No. 80.
were on speaking terms. A oartr ortrnn-l i. .i.k "'ctoryis
bUl is to call the attention of the country iVTiit. X . C XT ..pa T rK0'?' "d ''
. x . , , " " ied like that, "he added, "you know is to loiMct th. eataiovu.
to a measure so certainly Intended to bound to win." ' " T?!? f'ogu.
inacrlbe their I
JAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A
S2: ..! IIS ri!!v.lJfAV' v or
I a wa m tnuinurs. man.
vuc nuiiv iimu, l DC, nri,
Am i h Hon & Pattom,
BONCDUni flttioar M. nmm a r.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR S RIDE FROM ASHEV LLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A ahort dlatonee from the foot of the IMnuucle ol the nim- Ul.lu. ki..i. 1..1....1,
lireeK. a eon.lnntly blowing. The teencry i. plcturt.quc. walk, wild anil voned, and
water pure nnd abundant.
I.ITHIA WATliK A KliW STIiPM liunM iiiit
.. .-v... . . .. . n .
HI.HCTKIC llltl.1.8 AND BATH ROOM
HPFCIAI. RATI UIVF.N TO PAMILIIJ,
OpviiM Jane ibI. For TcrniH. nddreas
J BULOW KRWIN, Proprietor.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS.
Dealer. In Wall Paper, V. li.dowHHde..d Patent HauKei
Paints, Oils and Varat.hta.
Maaury'a Mlicd Painta and Colors.
I'rench and American
We keep In atoek St. Loulaand Kentucky Iad.
Window Olaaa, bott
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - the - People - of - Asheville.
The Stclnway Piano 1. still the reeognl.cd Standard of the World, and c. Palk la H..I...
way's agent. Th. beat mu.lc ,ople in Aahevllle buy It and take no other. It take.
to buy It. I M It very elut, .till .orne people cannot quite reach It. Por the- I h.v. .h
A. B. Chn.e Piano, which I. acknowledged and sold by Stelnway a. nest to hi.. Th. Bv.
trett Piano ha. been In demand by other houm who wanted it for thla t.,ri, c
Palk keep. It light here.
By my price. I may not get rich, bnt I make a hn.t of friends.
The PerrandV.t.y Organ will be something uew th. market at th m,.
Wlleo, White. Klmbal. Waterloo Organ, .re eon.tantly dem.nd.Ml and .old .....H
term.. I wi.h It to b. und.r.tood tu.t when I M on ln.tnllm.nts. and purchr. do not
wl.htokPth.ln.trmnt,I do not retain all money paid, but return all
above rent. 1 hop. th. character ,.t.bll.h.l for 13 year. In A.hevlll. will h.v. iu w.lght
when you h.v. to d-d do where to buy a Piano or other ln.trnm.nt. .
I name, as members.
Washinftoa 0 ,
C. FALK, 33 North Main St.