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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
liy RANUOLI'H-KliRR PRINTING CO.
Tub PailtCitiikn, lii-miu-rntU'. i puhll.hcd
every afternoon (except Stimluy) ut the lul
lamina; rate. atrictty cutih:
One Year $11.00
81 Month! 3.1)0
Three Month. l.B"
One Month so
f)ne Week 1"
THE DAII.V ClTIZKN
I. on .air ut the foltowtnK pluiwa In Ashevllle:
HATTKRY PARK NKWS STAND.
OLBN KIICK NUWS STAND.
MOI'Kl. CUiAK STOKli. 1'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSON'6 NliWS STUKU, North Court
FRIDAY. AlTit'ST 1"), 1S1M).
The old liuly' nilvicc ti the ymitiK
hoiiai-k'tx,ra who hint come to the wild
and slnuine West to mnkc her home,
"thiil. if you wendd liiave fj""1' '"
liors vou must yoiirscll' lie a ml neijili
hor," Applies tu nations us well as to
lamilies. Cinniiierce is at Ik-si only cx
ehanjie. The nations which buy largely
are the nations which sell largely. Those
which are small havers are small sellers.
This is the universal rule, KiihIiiihI is
the larest buyer on earth and is the lar
gest seller. Germany is next in lioth and
then comes France, and we come in
nun til in both. Senium Junes, ul Ar
kansas. The CliarlvHtou Convention.
The South Ciiroliuadcinocrntic conven
tion decided yesterday, as Tin; L'itikh.x's
dispatches showed, that delegates to the
state nomination convention, to lie held
on Scitciulier to or thereafter, shall not
be elected liy a primary election, to he
held on a certain day throughout the
This was a victory for the Tillnianitcs
and those who oppose Tillman at oncc
withdrew from the convention.
The result of this action, provided the
Tillman convention proceeds to tlo what
it is held it has no riht to do nominate
state ollieers will lie a split in the white
vote of the state. Those democrats who
do not favor Tillman ami who withdrew
from the convent ion yesterday may also
nominate a democratic ticket. Kctwccii
these two there is a hare chance of the
republicans k'Cttitin soincothecs .icrli.-ips-
control of the stale Koverunient.
If neither convention nominates stale
ollieers and it npiieurs neither has a
ri;lit so to do, their delegates not lieinjj
elected lor that purpose the contest will
lie adjourned to the Seplcnilicr conven
tion when uoiuiuulious can lie made by
delegates properly chosen uccotdiiuj to
the state constitution of the democratic
This is the situation as it existed up to
the division in the convention vcsu-nl.iv
aUcrnoon. It is to Ik- hoicd that wise
counsel will prcvailaud nothing be done
by cither taction that is not stnctlv in
accordance with democratic tradition
mid the stale constitution of the party.
No Tllu.lkM lo Ullll),
The news is that Hoss 'Juay, who is
still untried by the jury of his jieers, has
suppressed the force bill. Mis resolution
to postHiuc action on it till next lieccm
licr was referred to the committee on
At first blush it would apiear ..iat we
ouk'U to lie thankful lo JJiuiy. Hut,
whatever the motives of the other repub
licans who consented to this resolution
forposlponcincul.it is as certain as can
lie that (.may 's did not spring from any
lli;ll ft-jjanl lor cither the lust interests
ol the South or the country as n whole.
It is years since motives that would do
credit to an honest mail stimulated ijuav
to any political action. He is that kind
of a foicc ill polities that makes the
American who loves his country Iuuik
his head for very shame that such ii man
should be a power in the nflairs of any
party in this country. No; the Southern
icoplc, aided liy Northern democrats,
have defeated the force bill. JJiiny has
simply had his car to the ground mid
heard the tramp, tramp of advancing
tioocl HanltHry Work.
Sanitary I nsieelor Weaver reports to
the Citii.n that he is rlniitK all he can to
have houses generally connected with the
sewers throughout the city- As he has
full power to see that the work is done,
wc may cx.icct that inside of six months
there will not lie n surface closet left in
In the meatilimc, citizens who have
the Kod of the city at heart, can greatly
aid ir. Weaver by reporting to him such
instances ol noncompliance with the
laws as may come under their notice.
Si hub veins ago John lloyle O'Kcilly
anil the American Minister in ICuglaiul
iuipiircil of the ICuglish Government if
Kcilly would lie iermittcd to visit Can
ada mill Ireland. The answer was re
turned thai in view "of the circiiiuslau
slanecs of your case," such iRrtnission
would not U' given. The refusal made
out n ease ol vindicativeuess of which n
great government should have been
ashamed. O'Kcilly was transported to
Australia for u political otlciise and suc
ceeded, alter great surtcriug, in escaping
to America. Here he became u citizen ol
whom liny country might have been
(Il.li Man I 'ana, of the New York Sim,
has gone to liiim,, but his hoielul son
mill the rest ol the boys np.icarto lie get
ting along very well wilhoiil him. The
politics of the Sun are execrable, but it is
full of news. Charleston News and
The fact is the Sun would be liettcr
without liana's s?n limn it is with it.
The Sun the greatest daily intellectual
iwrforimu cc in this country could then
gupport Cleveland anil lead u life with
out bitterness nnil bile as its controlling
Wk amh not ready in llirmiughiim, nt
uny rule, for the abolishment of capital
punishment. Hangings have clone n
great dcnl of good here ami may do
more. Age Herald.
But In New York Stute, despite Kcmm
ltr' horrible deuth, there have been
nearly a doun-murders within the Inst
ten days more than the average.
Thr Citmkn notices that some ol its
nttheforqe bill. It's aTuste of well
meant effort, brethren. Thehing ii
dead. A hopodermic Injection of Atlanta
Constitution boycott revived it some
what, but it finally passed away with
out recognizing anybody.
llliMMiKsoNVli.i.H has voted to extend
the water works, build a new city hall,
and put in u new sewerage system. The
next thing will be to elect a sanitary offi
cer who shall sec that the people who
have voted for the sewerage system shall
Tin; population of Maine is lioS, I." !,
an increase of "..."nil since lssn. In
other words Maine is almost nt a stand
still. Many Southern cities have in
creased their population more than the
whole Stale of Maine.
It is estimated that the fortifying of
Heligoland will cost !?7,."ilHI,(Mlil. The
little island was a pretty good thing to
be rid of and ICnglnnd is to be congratu
lated. TllKKi; is great interest in Ashevillc
in the Charleston convention and Till-:
Citizkx's dispatches I'i'oiii there ycslci
day afternoon were eagerly rend,
"s there an orator in North Carolina ?"
asks the Concord Standard. Gracious,
ves! How high pi iced a one did you
a 1177 rim i:irrnhs.
The editor of the Lexington liispulch
expresses it this way : "We notice that
Mr. M. A. Tcsh is smoking his smallest
pipe minus a smile its a girl."
A most distressing condition of affairs
exists ia the near vicinity ol the ollicc ol
the Concord S-.andaid. The cililor, in
tears, savs: "We have not bathed om
tooth in hut one piece of peach pic this
Wh.-it's I lie matter with the editor ol
the Greensboro Workman? He heard
lellow boast of iilliuu several gills and
didn't kick him out ol town. I me of the
young ladies sold her organ lo get her
The Lenoir Topic is boycotted by the
sub-Alliance of Lenoir township, bill
liilitor Scot I is gritty as butter ilropn,l
in the sand and savs: "We know who
is responsible lor this loolisliuess and it
shall serve licit her to make us hot against
the Alliance nor to Ik ml our knees to
..I ;' AMI S
AVi.W A",V7 t'.lA'' '..V I.
At I ixlonl caiK-niiis and laicklaycrs
are in dcinaud.
The colored fair at Concord has
. I. I: ri-esli, ;-d's Iioiis1 , Ma toii. biiriii'd
I'iiesday. Total loss, ."iiin; insurance.
Winston is sailcrinc to day from one
of the most desirable lamilies that cvei
struck a town. It's a buck famine.
High Point citizens pay H-rliaps the
least town tax ol any town ol its size in
the State ;i:t'.i cents on the hunched
Cards arc out announcing the mar
riiigc on the l.'tth iusi.. of W. K. Harris,
clerk of the siiiH-i ioi courl ol Moiilgom
ery coimlv and Miss Laura llrowcr, ol
Col. A. II. Andrews wa. ill Washing
ton last week, ami said: "iur lownsarc
growing rapidly, and some of them, like
Ashevilie. Winston and Hickory, may he
said lo he hoiuuiug."
Greensboro Patriot: Mr. W. M. Col
lias, ol this place, has al his shop on I lie
corner ol Sveaniore and I tax U- stuns the
tivt Iroin one liunilred and lorty wild tur
keys, all killed by himself.
A Gricusboio dispatch says: "The
country iirouud Walnut Cove xxas vis
ited lust night by a terrific and ni-siruc-Uvc
hailstorm, which did iminense dam
age to tobacco and other crops."
Mr. W. II. Glenn, one of the most tal
ented and ponular lawyers of the Win
stou bar, a brother to' Tyre Glenn, the
I'uileil States marshal lor ibis district,
has lost his reason and Ih-cii taken to a
Mr. J. G. ones, who lives on 1 1 yen,
near Wimilburn, is the oldest man in
Person county. He is over !H years old
hut is still hnic and hearty, and on last
Saturday mounted a horse and ludcover
the entire limn ol Ins son ins.K-cliug the
-Mr. Matthew Petrca, of St. John's,
has been here tor seventy-eight years I le
is now cutting his third set ot teeth. Hue
nice little thing has bobUd up ill his
lower iuxv in Iron!. Mr. Petrca earricsu
walking slick with apiece of mule Ihiiic
lor a head. Couconl Mauilaiil.
William Clifton, manager of llishop
Lyman's limit, at llillsboro, has jnt
completed a machine lor measuring laud.
It registers it's own measurement, and is
iusi what n farmer or iiuv mic measuring
laud needs. It xxeighs only ten or twelve
pounds, and can lie run like a hand
The Stnnlv Observer says that ou
Wednesday "Mr. Harris Whitley killed a
rattlesnake eraxvling from under Mr. A.
J. l-'urr's house that xxas oxer four feet in
length nun nail twelve rallies ami n iiui
lon." The Observer does not say so, but
undoubtedly there was a button hole ami
shirt with that button.
The young negro boy, Averv Wilson,
of Conover, who was bitten by n mud
dog on Sunday, June li.", died of hydro
phobia just seven xveeks lifter the biting.
On the day ufier he was bitten the wound
was cauterized by Drs. Vount and West,
anil it soon healed oxer. Scvernl other
IKTions were bitten bv the same dog.
Concord Slnndnrd : Al Mr.J. I'. l.it
akcr's, four miles from town, a pistol
shot was heard near the barn. Going
out to the barn Mr. I.itakersuw his son,
luigcne, lying upon the straw with blood
oozing from U'liind his ear mid a pistol
nt his side.- Whether the shooting was
accidental or intentional ii just now
quite a mystery.
lilishu Hoskins, whose home wns
near Greensboro, was route agent lie
tween Mt. Airy and Wilmington, About
three months ago, hi passing n small
station the postmistress threw the mail
pouch into the car as il. passed, with con
siderable force, the lock striking Mr, Hos
kins on the lea. He said at the lime that
he believed a bone was fractured. It lie-
enme so painful that lie had to go home.
The in urv irrew worse, anil niter ik-iiik
confined to bed three months, it resulted
in hii death yesterday, ile was about
Ho vears o tl. unci leaves a motneronu
iitcr, Charlotte Chronicle.
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: PHI DAY EVENING, AUGUST
INFORMAL HI'T O. K.
What a l'olUlcat Convention In
Like III Stokes County.
A correspondent of the Raleigh News
and Observer gives this interesting ac
count of the Stokes county convention at
Tin-convention assembled at lii.nl,,
and niter introductory remarks by A. M.
Slack, l-.sii., began its work Willi imiiiik
L. Moore as chairman and Messrs.
Mitchell and Willis secretaries. No pri
maries hud beva held and there was no
committee on credentials. Indeed, the
absence ol the customary niiichnicry ami
the free and easy way ill which each man
expressed himself were very striking.
When nomination were iteelnrea in or
der a fanner, retaining his seat, said
nominate the present officer for sheriff."
In a moment another in his shirt sleeves,
iusi from his tobacco field, rose and iiotn
mated J C. Hall. And so they went
through the whole list, xvilh an occas
ional brief mid natural remark by some
friend of the person named.
Then followed the breaking up of the
assembly and you might have seen il
parted into separate gtoups ill the vard
below, all the voters of a township pres
ent being togctlur. The chairman would
sav, "All the Smith men stand here; all
the Hi own men stand here." When they
had arranged themselves he counted.
To give an idea ol the size of the con
vention and to show bow near its action
came to a popular vote. I will mention
that the vote in one township gathering
stood seventy-live lor one candidate and
ten lor the oilier.
flic nominations were as follows: l-'or
sheriff, I. C. Hall, Sheriff Pulton having
wilhilraxvu his name from the race; clerk,
A. M. Stack; register ol deeds, J. V.
Phillips; coroner, John Carroll; surveyor,
. P. Covington ; hniiwof representatives,
A. . Ilrown. The nominations lor clerk,
coroner and surveyor were made by ue
laniation, not licing referred to the
townships. In one of these eases the
-rote of the convention seemed to one
member rather faint, and he reiuon
straled in these- words: "I want every
man in this house to vole. If the lorcc
bill passes, vou never will have the
chance lo vote again !"
A rcsoullion endorsing Senator Vance
was submitted to the toxvusliips in the
same way as the nominations mid was
iiassci I bv a large majority. Mr. Bnuvn
living instructed to vole lor Vance. The
convention was composed largely ol Al
ITS I nl.lTIC I. SUM!!.
Mr. W. A. II. branch, the nominee liir
congress of I'.caiiforl comity, is a leading
iiiciuU-r of the f anners' Alliance,
The democrats of l'orsvth county pro-
p,,sc to ii mate Capt. K. II. Glenn and
l. Ii. I'rics lor the general assembly, and
Ii. II. Wilson lor treasurer.
Stokes county has nominated Mr. o.
. lirowu lor the house. Ile is one ol the
Vsl men In Piedmont Carolina. Mr. A.
M. Stack, the nominee tor clerk, is a
promising young lawyer.
ii:. riis is i in: simi..
Mrs. King, xvifr ot Sohuuou King, lisip,
ol K'.ilcigh, died ui i a.- residence ol Mr.
G. M. Spcuce, WcdiK-siliiy.
l-dxx in K. Harris died Sunday at the
reside me ol Mr. Ado'plms I'errell.at May
lie-lil. Mr. Harris was ill the "Sill year
ot his age. Mr. Harris xvas the father ot
l-liler . M., and Messrs. Ii. K. and S. S.
Harris, of Ucidsxdle. He was the son ol
Mr. Hiivid burlier, of near l.iiiwood.
died Sunday mid xvas buried Monday at
Mrs. Nannie Hay. wile of Waller l.
I lay. mid daughter ot Capt. John II.
Ilurwill. ol Kaleigli, is dead.
H It HO IIHCl US TIllH ?
l-'iolll llle I ill viilson D'spiileh.
The Atlanta Constitution, which origi
nated '.he scheme. !Tlie boycott is a
pa.ier so given to sensations that il has
lost what little character it ever pos
sessed. The very fact that the Consul u
tiou xvas the originator of the movement
is enough to condemn it.
The llally Citizen.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Ashevillc and its R'ople.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by n greater uiunU-r of pcoplc
thun any 'other secular paer in t In
State. Is always filled with tin choicest rend
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses till tlirir rooms by ad
vertising in the Cirizi.x.
News, and all the tiexvs, makes the ClT
izi: a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a (jreat
success without advertising. Try the
An ndvrrtiseiiieut in tl.f Cmzi'.N pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
A i-n-nin of tiirtsr linking nowiler. WhIm-sI
nfiill In kiivrnlim strrnmh II. H lloxctn
mini KeHiri. Auut 17, I "Nil lulyiltxlly
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
ILt.UJTn.ATtO IN COLORS: I (Mrniet Work of Art
ISOPtasil Mow raily. ioolitfr.., potug. nt.
Al 1.10 .p. rHRlf tor lA.ITTtrrhs TfM.ttrtlw
filtli.!.. I hair. llMtb IM R.w SlflM, Wr, Tfmr IIMS
IYLEB DESK CO, IX. iOUIl, MO., V.I.A.
An nrtlv. mnn fhrrni-rl spi-tlrtil. Mnlsrv I7A
to lino, to lot-nlly ri-pn-M-nt A sutTrMnit N.
V. Compiiny Ineorptirnti-il In supply llry
OooiIn, Clnihlnir Hhoes, Jrwrlry, rtc., to nm-suiiH-rs
Nt cost. Also a f.nrlv of tne-t, snlnry
$MI, to i-nrnll nirtiilM-r. (Sii.ihio now rnrollrd
ml luii.oon imlil In l Krfrirm-r. rsehsnii-
ctl. Itmplrr Co lliifrnltve Asssoclntton, (cred
it wrll rntrd) Lock Hos OKI, N. Y,
STAtlNTUN MII.ITAHV ACAIIKMV lor
vniina men anrl hoys. For llltittrntrtl
cntnlciffuff Hililmi. tttttuntnn Mllltsrjr Acad
rmv, Hiaunton, Va.
CLEAN SWKEP OF THE
Durinu; this month wc in
tent I to clean out all minimer
W e lin vo liot n laruo stock
of Lawns, both plain, striped
a nil checked, which we will
close oat at. New York cost.
Ladies' tine Parasols e
have a lew left that are worth
f:.r0 to $L0, but we will
close tliemout nt 2.0 each,
these areuicedesirtible uoo'is
and aie going nt a bargnin.
e have n good line ot La
dies' Fine Dress (Soods and
Trimmings which we offer at
a reduced price A good
stock of Sateens and (iiug
hams. It will pay .vou to ex.iniine
our line of Table Linen Tow
A great reduction in every
line, us we are going to make
a clean sweep of all summer
goods if close prices will do
ISOSTHUUxOS. & WliKillT.
No. 1 1 N. Court Square.
W.A. I'.I.AIIt. J. V. liiiowx.
UN II K HT A KING.
No. JJ I'utluii Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected slock
Which we are offeringat rock
bottom prices, rndertakiug
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7.", night (J.j.
iJLAiii & miowx.
Thr rntlrvittmk ol
Plated Jc wclrj ,
IiH'IuiIIiim line lrMH-ht'H, iiititn ii mI Mriuv'
1-8-0 NE-THIRD OFFi-Hj
Krilnnllr of com, na wr Inund In thr Imuit
In Imp nothlnu lint Kollil C.olil ami
ntrrlinii Kllx-rr Irwrlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I CiniNR IPWFI FR
Houth Main HI. Ahellle.
RICHMOND & OANYILLE R. R. CO.
Weatrra North Camlina IhvInIom.
I'AKHHNIiltK TKAIN HCIIHIU'l.ll
UN Kpp.ct Mnnh a .11
7nth Mt-riUlan llmr mm-iI xx hrn not otturwlM
" Nrw Vara,
I VI .'tfXiim
a tnpm lUltopm
1 1 'Jopm
I 'J I nam"
1 1 Hum
" 4 .'Klptn
l.y. Nrw York,
" Hli-hmonil, I ,HMi.mf "iiminml
lianylllr, I M4npm Nonnml
1 1 SIAnml"
No. AS I
A. M. R, K.
N4o p m
Tiki p m
n7 p nt
(411 p m
aim amlf.y. Hot Hpriiian,
til on amlAr. llrnilrraonlll,
l.y. Ahrlllr. Ar.
AAA p m
I AA . m
iA a m
A til a m
II 10 ami
Ar. XA-nniyll., "
HrvNon c Ity, "
vCfitifll. l.y. i
No. An anil Al, Ifitlman aictrn httwrvn
Orrrnhom nntl Monifltown
No.. All ami All Cullman hnAVt AtrrplnR
Car httwrrn llol Nprlna. and Wai.hin.ton.
Adhcvlllc I. Ifrrahlnat Htatlon for No. no.
" lilnn.r A;i,
Hickory It " " " Ail.
W. A. WINDI'HN, n P A.,
A.hcylll., N. C.
JAA. L. TAVI.OH O . A.,
Waatainatoo I) C.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
rHE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
7 ; Ashevillc, N. c.
P. . BOX P.
CAUTION wiiriMinn?il. Iiiitt evvry pair
hnm liU in hi' nnu price mnmprtl on ooiioin.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fin Cnir and !,arrd Wnlrrproof J rain.
Thm .. itAno unrl wi'mpIiiit niinlltli of thin itioa
tHiiimt tH'Ufr uliowii thoi.t)v tin' Htronn eudorw
nu-uuuf lt tlinuMaiulN ot couittiiut woanm
f e.00 rnulnr llnnilpwed, (in fNtntnA
O nt vlUH dr. 'ft sIhn nlilun coimneiitU lUWf.
ft.00 lluiid.-fwi'd Vf II. A
uiH-.iiiiilli'.l fnrBfvlu and rturBhlllty.
(.BO itiioflvfar i'ii in m iu uivm
Mew. al h ixmilr price.
SO. 50 r.ill.-i'itiiin'rs Hhi IB enpnriwv Mpwa
for rutin Mill mi-u. fiirmrnt, I'lc.
AH iiiaili' In I'onnrcH, liuiinn ami uua
$3 & $2 SHOES lds.
knva luu.n nuMt rnviiriihlv riTttvMl alner IntrtHlurra
am) tlif nvt nt linjnv'in'iiti make Utuai aujKirlor
It i nilV uri'H'rt Mini ni uirw liru vn,
v.iiip llaxnla.p Mini If llf fftlinOl
not nupply you aend
rurtlawl prfoa, or a
rilivi't to fnt'iorv oni'ltMlug aUvurtlaiHl
K. IK MAI.H IIV
WEAVEK & MYERS.
.MT. MITC11MLL IKlTKK,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
I..-.H fl!K liAV. n Til 7 I'lilt WliliK.
Nian-il Chinuu-y Koek, Ciituxxliu
I'lilW mill Mililull-K I'l-llk.
Iiilvl lil'.'lil SI'KAi'.t'li l MllliRli.
Ni-xx- liotiw-, nt-xx lv fiirnNlii-d. nil mo li-ni
liiiimvt iiu-iiti. Iiuki- room.. K"nl tnlile
niKH. 9i. c. .oi:,
5.1 CttllcKC Hi.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarnl for Ri-m Cr,-.-. Wo.tlcn Mill.
orlh Mmn xhrx lllr. N. C
35 A.lli;vil-I.li 35
Uom-.x- iiilviiiuTtl . on Watrlu-a, Ijnimonil.
anil x-nrloiiM olht-r article..
35 Morlii Wain Mlrccl. 33
&Ni: V't , AND
Mil mvlvnl ti lim- Htu i ' I'.i i. - TM,"i' lm
IHirivil tlv:i: Ii i' i'nr InnntJ ot
pliiu vlu llu 1"' v' iliiMi 1, i !' (triivc
toy a Ik-it. KlnU' A A A A t Aw ml i-livw-
fllK llllifll'- II, lllutic, tjKlt'.v'H Alll till WIT,
Ch-MiiN iikc hihI O'tit-ofil
CliIcHjro& Alton R.Ki
HA8TRHT RIH-TU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Aahrvllle tit Knnna City In !17 hiiura,
Aahcvillr lit Itcnvrr in Til hnum.
Altrvtllt-tu Knn Krnnna.'it. Cnltrnntla, anil
INirtliiuil, in-tfun. In 5 ttiiv.
Holld Vratthultil Trti.n Kt. I.nuln tu Klin!
ana CM v. Ki t-lmtnii t hulr cur In-r.
Fur lull Ifiloritmiion full un ur write to
II. A Ncwland,
lltrlvt I'nwai'niurr Aicvnt,
Nil. Ill I'lil'im Ave, A hi' villi-, N C
. CMAMl.TiiN, I). I. A Chlinitu. III.
liilltor AalH vlllr Clttwn:
That our many frirmla may hitnw how m
arr K'ttlnnc nn wr will atatr that wr tuiilt In
In Until nnu Mart
$9,000 III Week.
Tonk In lnt Hntunliiy over 7Hl. 7il nt
Hint wna hotel, tmlaniT atorr. Hotel itkIh
trrrl aft that day. Had H,ihhi arrivnh In
ft month. Our at- rk la mammoth IHMi fit 1
lona and 1 ft ftrt wlitr. Trll thr ImtiintT 01
thr world to romr and arc "tlld Chrd' atuilc,
and buy kh"I" d ua and anve HI to UA tri
nuvlddtf H. H. CIIKltliHI KK K KN.
BUCQIEI, CARRIAGES, BLACK8MITNINQ.
To thr rltlvrna of Aahrvlllr and vlinltv
would nniioiittif thtit nt my annim oiiCoHt-ut
aim i, nrai to wtMMihury a atnnira, 1 am ttrt
trr irrHml tltun rvrr to do work In mylmr.
VVnuon. Miiuitlra and Cnrtinara manufni-t
urrtl MrintrlitM and horarnihorlna; art ar
rlnltlra. and urtirt't anttalai-tlnn ittmruntrrd.
My wirkntrn arr a orrtrnrcd and aklllfuliittd
my rnnriira arr miMlrratr.
nojr d n Itt'WNKTTII
Amiimvim.h. N. C, July MO. latin.
Wr Ihr uniltriiiiuitrd hnvr thin dnvdlaaolvril
ronirinfriili h,v imitunl emm m, I, c
Ilrown rt'tlrliiHiiiid tnkttiHthr tin nnditluinli
lit M lnialiM aa In room undrr atorr, nnil 'Html
W, Tlirtiah InklttK thr mtlrr atork In atorr,
nnd will aaauinr (invnirnt ol all ilcltta dm- hy
llir dnii and will collect all nmiunla dur an Id
Dim. J. C liHowtt,
Tiuti W, TiiHAail.
Thr undrpilKnrd hnvr fhrntrd a rnfiarttirr
ahli under tlir hrm immr of Thnd W. Thranh
At t o for thr iurHar m dnlitK a fftieral
CriH-krrjr and llouac l'urttlhlitiiiitilnra,
Tiiaii W TliaARll,
J M. TllNAail.
Thr yndralitnrd will conduct a ajrnrrnl tin.
nlnu and i1uuililnat huatnraa In Imarmint In
all hrnnchi', All ordi-ra lor work left In atorr
will rtwtvc proniit allrntlon.
J. C. Known.
Alan rtttrnnrt on Collrtf lrtt.
ANKW lilt It II, carrfullT tirrmirrt hy lead
InK mrmlwra of thr Aaluvlllr har ion
InK mrmlwra of thr Aaluvlllr har ion
at narchmrnt and hrarv Hat nniKrl. cor
rring all nrrraaarv polnta, luat nut and now
on air at thr nrr tar thr citiinn PtiauaN
tan CnH n Vnrtk Tnnr Aon arr. flanlt
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Fcetf Central Iat.sciijcr Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A modern llsat cl.iaa hotel.
Hot nm' cold
KliTlne titilH ill everv room.
n 1 1 iv III . -
rilOIII, IHIICIl CiiHIIlC.. ClJ-'lll '.
trie hlrii t enr. i;iis iliuii evt t.v l" iiii'.iiie n.i,.i . ..... -.
.Mi tnin'itca lor r-eiiti.
KATI.Sf H.iO PI'U i:AV.
A. G. SaAMArIItKTON,PriK
J. M. IIHV4!H and WAI.TICK liUICl'N, CKmUh.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated .he World
Wt- deliver to 11II piirlH ol tin dl.v oxx-n lloli'inu i:port H.-.-r it
ONE DOIXAtt I'ii TOZICN.
t )iir licer is Kepi 11 1 11 lcmi riiturc
.ill tiniea. Til Ii THAI Hi SU'l'Mli
nn-: i.t tniMi,
V WINE.'. ANI .'.
IN Till'' STATU.
FINK SAMI'I.i; A Nil 1UI.I.IAKO KOOJI.
.....I OH KAI.1-: IIV -
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Ashevillc, N. C. I. O. Hox 426.
Terms IScjrln Sept. 4 tuid Jan. 1.
lJlftceii eommiTcliil ctnrta d.inl iluiini: 1I1
collect' in North l tirlin;i with n-ulnr y in:nn t
xii-udinw ihroittt w tnrs. C.it.ikiii I'IH-h
lehnc 1 nt k n )iHKia7H.t 1 mih nor In
ami Nat'iral 8crtuv- A lit imtM 10I: - it i il
u.lvaiitnci'. (cr inn cnurM tho tnr UatiiiK t
JOHN 1 ' ROW
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BWH
I'liilnhi-il tlmiiiKhout In nllioir link. I'nrlor nnil Kiviilioil Hall liiinlli'il III Uunruc-
Hllxxr.l ink Willi. tlrnN-il xvilh l.llH-ru.tu-X
ror lurtm-r inlorinulloii uui mi
G. II. WALK1SR, No. 5, Jeirerson Drive.
till v I
ROUND KNOli IIOT1CL.
Mvllowcll 'ounl,N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM A.SHIVUE ON THE W-STEHN NOHTH CAROLINA HAILHOAft.
A .liorl ill.tnm-r rroin tin loot of III. I'uiiimu- nt liir III... Ulilar. n xxlili-li lniUninlc
lim-ai-a an .-on.liintly liloxx inn. Tile mmit l ililur.iiui-, xxulkn xx ilil unit vm nil, ami
xxatcr itirt- nnil iilmnilntit.
I.ITO IA WATliK A I'liW Hl'lil'K I KII.M I'MllNT I..HIK. .
I.I.I.C I KIC lllll. I. H AMI HATH KIKl.M
HIi:t'IAI. HAliN ilVI'.N TO 1'ASIII.II H.
OIM.-IIM JUIH' IMl. I'or TCI IIIH, llflllri'NH
- J. Ill LOW I.UWIN, I'ruprli-lor.
Ucnlcralu Wall Paper, Whiflo
t'alnta. (ilia anil Varnlahra, Mn.iiry'. Miitil
Wr kr.-i in .iiH-k Ml. I.titilanitil Krnlm-kv l
ailOHIN WITH IIOAHIK
A IV' xv ilralralilc room, xxllh lionrit. Ah
ply la C.J M.-CAIMi,
niiHtiaUiltr. Ill lirovr utm-l.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS, 28 PATTON AVE., I Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, racvpl ixunilaya, Irom It) a. m,
until I p. nt ami n until T p.
TH trrma of anhM.'rlptlon art! On. vrar
$3: (I mm,, a 1 no ; a moa., II 1 1 mo., nnita.i
llally il rta
omirra Ihr hik "rralrli-nl, Chnrlra W.
Woolaryi Vin-I'mlilrnt, Thnt. A. Joiu-ai Hiv.
anil Trraaurw, l H. Wotaont l.ltirarlan, Ml"
R. j Hatrh.
Cltl.rha and .lallora an lainllalty Inrltrr)
to Inapret the catalna;ur and Inarrlti. thrlr
nn a. tti.ntb.ra , Janaudtf
wnter -m.1 Imtli mid toilet on every llnor.
I' - i'f .lltil iirilli HI I'f'l 1'noi'it. I'imv, mmmmk
" V ... t.,,i,11., , ntln.. hniixu'
on first lluor. Kli'C-
Over lor its i'urity.
i.l t-o licKtccMitnl wc fcii.uiiNUc you a lit
H or tuft m
I.IQL'OU STORK '.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. H. C
1 r ii' nil f-iu- ptiL'ta t'J :t.l I'olv
1 rto i 1'i-iiinJtl iind Soiiiit Sciiiue,
.Mi 1 I' i Id nt St lioni ol t i il I'lnin
1.1 l.niik'iink'i . I'lii1oophv, ThcoloK v
iiv i-iMi'M'? win htluv can imiihiic wiilit
ilcyr- i"i oft 11 I" all. Adilroa
1 i n
Triiiit t olkuc, N. Ch
;! 1 111
RODM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'liiiu. nml C'lilon. Wlmloxv OlaM, tiol.
Tl. ANTIC i'llAHT LINK
nn and afti r thl ilntr thr followlna M-hrrt.
lllia villi Ik rim ox-i-l Ita "C..l...ll.lix Hlvlalon.'
No. fl:i Lrnxca Coliimlilll ft ill) m.
Arrlx-ra nt Chnrli-aton D.nn p. m.
No. ft'J l.rnvra t. tnrlraloii 7 III a. m.
Arl vi a ut Colunilila 1 1 oft a. m.
Connn-tlnu xxltli Irnlna lo and from all
point, on thr Chariot Ir, Columbia Al Alt
k'l-tii nml I'nliiiiiiiln i.rniix-lllr Knllruad.,
T. M. KMKtotiiN. Urn. I'aaa. Ant,
i . iiim'ixiii , a 4, ,
!' ili,!ess la Use.
i '..iu pi. 'v.ti:!) Iv.lU't Syrisgoiirll.SC
I'llM MAI.H IIV
RAYSOH t SMITH. ASHEVILLE, N. C
.l l-l IK I AN I MlTICIi,
iixx-lnu to tlir rtinnu.- In tlic oxvnrralilp of
"Thr Citlacn." It la liiliorlntlt thnt nil Itl'-x-ouiita
tor antiarrliitlon nml iiilx-i-rllaluic dur
llu- Cilia, II I'lilillahliiii Co, lit- ai-llli-d nt onx..
uu7 dMtxx-1 xv llualuraa MaiinKrr.