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A STI "KVTLTE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13. 18IX.
f v iiuwH ia owins to liberality in
The road to fortune w tliroush prin
ter' iuk.-r. T. Unrmim.
Advertising hns lurnishcd me witli I
I ndvertised my production and mudc
money. .Mclioms Lonswunu,
Success depends upon a liberal patron
age of printing o'nce J- J' Aator.
THE DAILV CITIZEN.
By RANDOLrH-KERR PRINTING CO.
every Httcniouo Inapt Sunday) at the
lowing; rmc rw .
THK UAII V CITIJKN
I. on nle at the following places In A.hevllle:
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OLKN SOCK NKW8 STAND.
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J. C ARSON'S NKWBSTOKB, North Court
MONDAY. OCT0UHK 13. 1890.
C'aluloKue of t tie Dialectic Society
Wc lmve received a copy of tlic new
"Ciituloguc of the members of the Diulee
tie society, I' ui versify of North Curolina
17U5-1800." It in the handsomest nut!
most nccurnte of all similar publications
which have come to us from the univer
sity. Old members, indeed all old stu
dents, will find its U5U pages full of inter
est. The editor. W. J. Huttle, I'll. 1)
has done his work with admirable care
The contents include : A full-page en
graving of the hall; sketches of the soci
ety's history by the editor, and 1,
President R. II. Lewis. Hon. R. H. Hal
tic. Dr. W. It. rhillips and Mr. Ii. I
Mniigiiin: catalogue of all members:, ar
ranged hv year of entrance, with brietl
stated fuels about each member; rolls i
Confederate dead of both societies; al
phalH'lical index of names. Copies may
lie had, nl ."0 cents each. Irom Mr.
T. l'attcrson. Clutprll Hill, N. C.
Ai.d we huic not only members of the
lialcctic Society, but many North Caro
Uniting iKside. will possess themselves
a copy ol the book, iKvanse in so doing
ihey will possess themselves of much ot
the history of tl.cir state. Such histoi
is made by its men, and ihc pages bclorc
us show many men eugagal in making
our hisloiy williiu the past thrcc-nuai ters
ofa vcnlury who were enrolled on therec
ordsoltliat socictv, as well as on those n
the riiil.intluopie Society, its always
coleiiiiMiraneoiis friendly rival. It
deeply iiitcrvsting to turn to the first
iiaucs ol the catalog nr and on the Ins
enrollment of the beardless boys, jierhaps
careless of liuiire destiny, enjoying will
vmiihlul spirit the glowing, happy, pres
cut. in time taking their places on the
slage ol tiiv, winning honors. serving their
slate ainl e.niiiirv with usefulness, now
all dead, but looked back upon by us as
revered ancesirv to whose career welurii
w e now revere. All through this eloquent
arrayinenl of the youth who, as required
by the laws of the Ciiiversity, attached
themselves to one or the other of the
lu-rary societies, the Dialectic or Philan
thropie, wc sacim to stand in the presence
of the venerable shades of those departed
w ho gave luslic to our history, honor to
our character anil splendor to -nir intel
lectual achievement. And passing down
through these pages we find ov -selves
contcuiieraneotis with some who linger
still in the stage, whose work is done,
whose honors hung thick upon them
wailing with certain faith uKin those
coming on to continue the unbroken
chain of duty. And farther on still we
find ourselves in the active throng of suc
cession, doing ns their predecessors have
lone, x.-rM.-tiintiiig the fame of their so
ciety, their Alma Mater and their native
Truly is this catalogue an ennobling
publication, hrc.-iuscit brings to compre
hension and cxcricnce the grcnt and itn
perishable work that society, that I'ui
versily has done, is still doing,
A touching, distinct leaturcof tliccatn
log uc is a list of the confederate dead of
the Dialectic Society. Think of one hun
dred and thirty-nine young lives of thnt
society alone for the number from the
riiilanlhropic (Society is probably equal
going out on the field of battle, or in
the gloom of the hospital, given up in all
the generous tetn ier of self-sacrifice, w hieh
always characterized the North Caroli
nian, brave, high-spirited, unwarned by
hasty passion, unmoved by unworthy
motives, iniielled by the pure unselfish
love of duty und the muinteiinnccof what
thev, believed was right. How much ol
talent, of usefulness, ol brilliant career,
ol enduring fame might not have been
wrnpiicd up in the lives of those young
men, if fateful decree had not substituted
war for pence! Among nil the losses of
the war, that of its youth, educated or
otherwise, wns tin-greatest; forof such-
no one can forecast or recall from the ir-
vocablc past come those by whom the
funic, the honor, the welfare nnd the
proswrity of the commonwealth must Ik
sustained and continued,
The catalogue is n snd, but interesting,
instructive and valuable publication ; or
document, rather, if it be rend aright.
KkaiwnsoI Tiik Citizkn interested in
the sH.-cditig ol horses may have noticed
that Inst week three records were broken
at Tcrrc Haute. Tins fact requires the
explanation that they were made on a
new form of trnck having the general
shne of a cross section of a pear or ofa
kite, with a half round top. With this
forai of trnck there is really but one cor
ner to turn and the home stretch is
straight for a very considerable propor
tion of the mile. Spectators arc very
much better served by this new form of
track, the horse being easily lit sight
very nearly the whole mile. Until the
new track to generally adopted we un
derstand no "official records" can be
made on it, but that it ia the coming
track cannot be doubted.
It easy to foster the idea that dis
tant nations like China arc far from be
lag quick wlttcd and that to (rents of
the civilized world outside are wholly un
known to them, or, if known, of no sig
nificance to anything in their own busi
ness, social or political nllnirs. To per
sons who have thus regarded the Chi
nese it wilt startle them to rend thnt n
bank in Hong Kong made millions re
cently bv buying the depreciated Mexi
can dollars and holding them for a pros
pective rise consequent upon the pas
suge of the silver hill by tliel'uiled Slates
congress. It is easy to imagine some
Chicago banker having huusell kickeii
across the selected site for the world's
fair because he did not think of what the
moon-eyed celcstiul" was so quick to
take advantage of.
Tub completion of the contract for
paving court house square emphasizes
very strongly several liic's: that we
need n lot more of that or some other
kind of pavement as good or baler;
that the fence around the grass plot in
front of the court house should come
down ; and that we still need some hun
dreds ol feet of new sidewalk ; also a pub
lic demand that the whole shall Ik.
cleaned to slay cleaned.
An accommodation train on the Kich
mond and Danville, Tun Ciiikn an
nounced Saturday, will soon arrive in
Asheville, away behind time, with an up
town ticket and baggage room, ll
should also bring along a club with
which to smash some of the "public I
"rules of the baggage room at the
depot. The employes there are courte
ous, but the rules arc abominable.
E wart's force bill speech seems lohave
been a case of Shook or In- shaken; and
Mr. liwart was Shook.
l-.wurt and tlie Force Hill,
from the Rillt lull Suite Cllri.iliclc.-
In this cani'ui!ii we umli-rstiinil thin I'.
arti lustily proclulmiuii the fact lliul he voted
UKuln.t the loree liill. but let no man lie ile
eeived. liwnrt iniule It pimalhle fur the forei
hill to puss when he npiicurcd in the r.lsl
cmiKress ns a representative IVoin the Ninth
itistriet anil llelie.l to i.rtiiinic it ill favor ol
the reinililiean purt.v.
Mr. Ilwarl's Miraddliiiu Act.
I'roin the llvmkrsoiivillc Oiiiile.
Mr. Cmwniiil tn il . a ihe nlliiinec plat
form. Iieenusr his artv rwlorsul it. Who
van ileal thi : Mr. liwart is s.ra.l.llini; an
nlliaiue 'horse, riilinc an ol.l spavin ripii' li
van mule, an. I M-nml on the invknss of iu
,leH'llilentisin. Their MOuoi ns on the nmrt
..I' Novnnliet will l-as ililli'Ji ill is lluir io
tiotis are now.
77s i.mi:si .v.'irs
i iom smrrii cakoi.i.x.x
The telephone line linm Hicwinl to
Hendersonvillc via Calhoun ami How
man's llliill will so'n be a iaei.
The ease of the Kichni'iinl and Dan
ville railroad against I lie I mi liani and
Northern was decided in l.ivor ol' the
Steve Jacobs was hangi.il at l.utnlicr
toil l-'riih.v. Mis fnrcuill words were,
"Tell all to avoid whiskey and bad com
pany." His crime was the murder ol
cane nun lino an u iiiai pusi, uscil
the construction ol'tlie mill.
The engine which proiellcd the first
anil only stcauilio.-ii ever run on the no
file Dan in lliis county now runs the
power press of Kockinuliiiiii's leading pa
cr, says the Webster Weekly.
Last week ticorgc Rhodes, colored,
was killed by Joe Lawrence, colored, on
Miller s la i in seven miles Inn I Salisbury
Lawrence Ihoiilu Rhodes was loo illli
mate with his (Lawrence's I wile.
It is stated that the faculiv of Ruth
vrfonl College, the main buildings ol
which were recently burned, has decided
to remove that institution to (lid I'
ll hmi consideration ol $lu,h)il ollcrcd hv
The aldermen of llrcvard lire in re
ceipt of u letter from Mr. II. .i Kauisetir
Llufl t'.nginecrol tne l-reueh llroad Val
ley railroad, renuesling them to find n
suitable and satisfactory situation tor
the depot in llrcvard of that company.
Several (lavs iil-o us a son of Mr. I. A
Moser, ol Forsyth county, lifted his rake
to throw the huv a big highland mocca
sin struck him on the wrist. The arm
swelled horribly, but whisky and other
remediilies were applied promptly and
t lie young man is now ull right.
A correspondent claims that Yadkin
county has two ol the oldest living oeo.
pic in tne Mine, line is nines llaiiner.
colored, aged ion, and the other is his
wile, aged 1 11. These ages can lie proven
by records in the hands of their former
owner s son, Dr. Hunucrol Mi. Airv.
Mr. L. H. Racklcy. now a resident
of Highlands, was in llrcvard on his re
turn Irom ii business trip to Asheville
He informs the Tress that Highlands has
Deen in a great state ol progression and
enterprise tins summer, and that every
Hoarding House m town lias Ix-cn Idled.
The Winston Daily thinks that "If
the Hipiilalion of Wuistnu-Suleiii ia
cieases in tlie ten years Irom IS'.mto
.'000 at the same rate thai it rlid between
I8H0 and lH'.Ill, then we can boast ol n
census ol IU.J7H." Tlie detailed
figuring by which the Daily arrived
at this result is one of the most
highly imaginative articles in the State
press this week.
Lnilies' coats and vests, blazei-s and
jackets al Wlnllocks, corner Unglc Ulock.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part ot the citv, near the cotton factory.
Apply to W. M. Iakvis.
at llenrden, Rnukiu & Co.'s or to C. G.
Derr, Stanley's Creek, N, C.
Ladies', Misses', and children's clonks.
the best stock in Asheville, Whilloek's,
corner Eagle lllock.
The stock bonk of the Asheville Natu
ral Gas and Mining company arrived
this morning nnd n nuinlier of shnres
have been issued. Those wishing stock
will please cull on F. M. Johnson. oc7 0
The lyily CltUen.
Is nlwnys alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its petiole.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read bv a irrcntcr number of people
than ny other secular pnper in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day. .
Boarding bouses fill tlieir rooms bv ad
vertising in the ClTiiKN.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Citizen oavs
th advertiser an hundred-fold.
In slating his position on the sub-
trensnry bill, Colonel Livingston snys:
If Gabriel were to come down as n can
didate for congress nnd would not sup
port the sub-treasury mil, I fl see mm at
the tlevil bclore I'd vote for him,"
The Richmond county democratic con
vention adopted the (ollowingrtsolution:
Thnt the nominee of this convention of
the house of representatives lie instructed
to vote for '., B. Vance for United States
senator. J. M. Hines was named for the
house of representatives.
News has been received nt Raleigh that
R. M. Normcnt. a republican of promi
nence, has unnoticed himself ns an inde
pendent candidate for congress in the
sixth district. It wnsnt first thought
that S. 1). Alexander, the democratic
nominee, would not have any opposi
tion. Senator Vance was, of course, the cen
tre of attraction at the Alamance fair at
lliirliugion. He wns escorted by two
military companies nnd n large proces
sion of" horsemen from the train to the
grounds, where he wns received with
shouts. Ile spoke of the trusts, the tur
ill', and the interests of the farmer. For
two hours he entertained the vast crowd
as only Vance can. .
Had news comes from the eighth con
gressional disuict. The Farmers' alli
ance all over the district that cult lie con
trolled bv the republicans, arc endorsing
Map iridium for congress. Their trick
is to get the allinnccmcn to vote solidly
for Graham and everv republican solidly
for Tvrc York and then the district will
send old Dr. ( Yoiiekl to congress ill place
of Col.Cowles. StatcChroiiicle, Raleigh.
The Sanford l:pres says that Mr. E.
C. Heddinglield, secretary of the state
farmers' alliance, told the Moore county
alliance last week that the issue in poli
ties in North Carolina wns still lielwccn
the whites and the blacks, that the ne
groes had nominated men of their own
color wherever they could, and that the
alliance could exiK-ct nothing I'roin the re
publican party. In this state its conven
tions had iiot'endorsed any part of the
alliance platform, while democratic con
A cream of tartnr ImkinR powder. HiEhest
of all in U-iivrniilK strength. U. 8. Govern-
mint Keporl, AUK'"" 17. lw. luiyjuu.j
UUflMU Ul LUU IIUUUL.
ONK NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday, Oct. 15.
ManniiiT Sawyer taken plea nunc in nnniune-
1 no iiihi aiiitearmui nrre ni thtMiiNtiii
tiilutl Acinrnnd I'lnvwrifrht,
In Milton Nnlilc'11 Powerful Itraina,
LOVE AND LAW.
A SiutruM front Kian to Oeenn ! A Strong
Company nf HxiHTlrnetd Player! Superb
Sot-ni.- Mtuintiittff Aniatie Pru(.ertie and
A GREAT PLAY 1 SUPERBLY ACTED !
Frlcew, . (1.00, 75, so&aj.
W. H. A. WILLIAMS,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. linjtlr nnd Vnlley ntrceU.
Shiuk MntlrtK. $a no. Mow mnttrem,
$." (Mi. Sinule uck inattretm. Si ((. Straw
mattrtt entton too. $! 75 lluir mnttrcMefl
miMlf tn nnler. I pholnterinK neatly and
nuimtanitaiiy done at low pneca.
Telephone K. oet7 dim
Real Iiwtate Agent.
AMD LOAN DKOKKK,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., MORGAN'S 800K STORE)
Money loaned nnd well necurcd at 8 percent.
Ken) lintatc liouuht and old at Dtiblle and
private nale. Kent collected . I conducted a
Mtal I'ntatr and Auction himlnrn In Charles
tun, S C, ten yenrn, and will r1c prompt
niiniiMin iu an uumuctJi put id my coargc,
Hume fieniile nirrrc with The Bun', onfnlnn.
nbinit men nnu thinirii, snrl ioim proptr
ilnn'l ; but evcrytiody like to get hold of the
nr'.pniir which I. never dull and never
ulrtilil to HncnK it. mind.
Ilrtnocrntt. knuw thnt for twentv vtnr.
The Hun hn. fotiuht In the front line for Dem
ocratic priuctpW-., never wuvrrins or wenk-
cnlnu In It. loynltr to the true Interest, of the
tmrlv It nerve, with renrleM Intel lizence And
fllKlnterr.tt-d vluir. At time, opinion, have
unicn-ti mm in mc ixii meiin. Ol accomnll.n.
Iiik the common parpnue; It 1. not The
nutr. luuu ii it nu. Kim lurtncr into the mill-
Hlirhtccn hundred and nlnetv I. th. vear
Hint win prounlily determine the reaultof the
f'rv.ltlrntliil election of 10:1. and Derhana
the liirtunc. of the Democracy for the re.t of
the century, victory In 1 ana i. a duty, and
the IH-Klunliiffof IHliO I. the beat time to .tart
out In company with The sua.
I tally, icr month
onuv. per year o.oo
nunday, per year s.i
oany nnn nnnnny, per year
llnllv and Hnndoy, per month 0.70
Weekly, one year , 1,00
AditreiM THR SH'M, New Vorfc.
Street Car Schedule
lleirlnnlna at T a. n. Bndhur 10.00 p,
Car leaves Square for all point, on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Hchedule ears connect at Square.
Train ear and-banKag ear meet .very
train. One valltc allowed each paetnaw.
DaRgajre tran.ferrcd from ail point. In the
city for 3S cent..
THR ASHBVILLB STRKBT BY. CO.
Suburban re.ldence, one mile from elty on
Merrlmon avenue road, hamtaomelv and
completely furnl.hed and equipped ;cxqiil.lte
vlewf extcnalve itrouod. two fresh Jeracy
co.; winter -ardea; horses and vehicle. If
de.lrcd. Po..e.riou tlren 1st of November.
Owner occupying In summer only would
ttinkc permanent arraaRement with party
de.lrlnc a winter re.ldence. Addreaa
scptddtf P. O. LOCK BOX 88a.
Have you wen that Kip
Shoe for fl. 00.
A few matches left, 2,400
for 15 cents.
How that DnwH Goods is
Those Children's Muffs aie
Blankets, Comforts, Cassi
meres moving with rapidity.
Cut prices are telling.
BOSTI0 BKOS. & WRIGHT.
W.A.Hlaiu. J.V. Hhown.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BUIR'8 OLD 8TAN0
We nit now rendy, and in
vito onr frionds nnd the pub
lic fronornliv to mil ami ex
amine our well neleeted stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom rieen. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G5
The entire stock ol
Including line llroochca, Button, aad Unico
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Regardless of coat, as we Intend In the future
tn keep nothing but Solid Oold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M, FIELD,
South Main St. AahcTlUe.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C.A. ROOMS.)
Open daily, eicept Sundays, from 10 a. m
until 1 p. m and S until 7 p.
The terms of auhncription are: One year
3; 6 mo.., 11.80; 8 mo.., fl; l mo., BOcU.l
dally a ets.
Ofllcers for 1HUO President, Charles W,
Woolaeyt Vice-Prcildent, Tho. A. Jones: See.
and Treasurer, D. S.Wataon: Librarian, MIm
B. J. Hatch.
Cltiien. and Vl.lt nr. r rnrHlallv In viiA
to ln.nect the catnlovue and inmeiAhr their
name. a. members. anHOntf
TO THE LADIES.
Mmc. M. P. Smith, late of New Vnrk. hma
rented the Aoor over Mr. Law's store, A7
i-ouin Ainm .trect, wner. anc win carry on
PIK8T CLAHH IIRBHSMAKINl). "erfcet At
Hunrnnteed. Alio arti.tlc millinery. Ladle.'
materinl. uwd to the moat practical advan.
tajec. nai. oi all sinas maac over.
(SucccHon to Dalrd Si Rector.)
Mo. M Nortti Slain Street
A BUPKRIOR FLOUR M ANUPACTIIBUD
FOR OUR TRAUB, ALL SI7.BS,
E SELL FOR $3.40 PER HUNDRED.
Deainninf tedajr the basgage buainc. for.
merly carried on by The Aslwville Street Rail
way Company will be continued by the un
derlined under th name of
THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO,
I will be ai.d to serve my friend., and will
promise prompt attention to all orders en
trusted to tne.
Office at Street Railway Company's ones.
Telephone No. IS. Respectfully,
B. M. JONBB, Agent.
September is, 1SB0. .
WE ARB HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE HAVE THIS WEEK IN
CREASED THE CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES OP OUR
WE HAVE SECURED SEVERAL
FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY T0G1VE
OUR FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINEO.HALITY.AT VERY REASONA
BLE RATES. CALL IN AND SUE US;
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL FULL AND ACTIVE. AND WE
CAN GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK BROUGHT IN.
WEAVER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
K. H. HRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BIEDER.
Al.o grwIinK f H s'""1" done. All order,
promptly filled nnd worh guaranteed. Can
be found at all time, at Graham'. Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
(ieneral I liiHurance i Agent.
Rear No. 20 South Main street.
Asheville, N. C
ItaKliBh and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 411 French llroud Avenue
MRS. 8URGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
( For many vear. AiK-lntc Principal "I Ml
Venion In.titutc. ItnHimore.)
An.i.led by corp. ' comprntcnt temhen.
II. H. COSBY.
(Sucwitnor to C. Cowan.)
V PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT tlOtlK TO OKANII CBNTRAU HO-
Till., A811HV1I.1.B. N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you hove any Nunc, Throat or l.unicT
On application 1 will .end a pamphlet T
dcacriptive of A.hevllle and nlo the In-J
J haling treatment iree with li.t of ques- T
t tinn. to be answered by the patient
t when ordering Home Treatment. This t
treatment is as efiective as the office T
T OPPICB NO. as PATTON AVBNUB,
Asheville, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. t
TTTT1 TTTTTTTTTl T'l1 I I f
REVELL & WAGNER,
Successors to Kopp ft l.lehtenlaerger,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees roasted on the premises dally, and
ground for every customer.
Full Line of Table Supplies)
Free delivery. A full line of Peed, famished
at wnoicsaic prices.
8 PATTON AVENUE.
Teler one No. 60.
Of courne there's money in
printer'8 ink, but the man
who makeB the moat intelli
geut uh6 of it cetH the most
a .1 i a i . .
inoney our. oi iu. it noes not
pay to advertise soinethintr
you haven't pot, or anything
you cannot do and do veIL
ihe man who advertises a
fraud must have a "rrood"
fraud, and lie who advertiriew
bargains in poods must be
prepared to satisfy his cus
VM. R. PEIIIIIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
. AsbtTille, N. C.
I. O. Bos P.
. THE MODEL
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has weired fine lot of
With the latest styles of handles-silver
plated and oxidised. Also slara supply of
Of the Latest Bdltioa.
& 6i S. Main
STONE CHINA AND PRESSED CLASS.
A dlncount of inc on every dollar on rcsu-
l.ir gooiln, and a lotoi ouu. a....
cloKd out at ball' price.
A lot of Import sample, very choice but
ni. . few niece, of a kind at oliout nan
CHAMBER SETS DECORATED.
Lnriw et.. good decoration., al S.H.IIS, or
with jar, .l8.
New decoration., very nice, ", or with
jar, S 05,
Very Bnc ula, ftl.no to S0.00.
Good Room Lamp., 3Bc each.
A lot of fine t'nrlor l.nmp", odd, IkIiik
doted out at One Dollar each n great bar-
Piano Lamp.. SO, Sit OO, 15 AO and
$29 00, complete.
To cloae out all present .tock will lie .old
at .l.lVs per cent, discount.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
. j, ,i.u hotel Hot and cold water aml bath, and toilet, on every floor..
10 minute, for meals.
RATES, i.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HAUYBURTONjProp.
-a-awsassvAN and WAI.TF.R ORF.KM. Cleirka.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH; ROOM FITTED WITH WATER! CLOSET.'
Mnl.hed throughout In Antique Oak. Parlor and Reception Hall flniahed In Uuartrr.
Sawed oak. Walla draawd with Uncrusta-Waltoa.
For further Information call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
$100 REWARD I
For anyone who will buy a pair of flrnbam Shoes and not let value received. Now ni.
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
lust abort Partners' Warehoaac.
1. Handle nothlnc
Cheaimt store on earth
We keep hnmc.msdc Shoes
made Plaid. . Home made DomMtie.
Asheville Shoe Co.'. Shoes.
Howard Promt and Mill. Ilolcomhc are with
t rrtfKrd thr North wpmIpiii Mntunl mm an tit
without CBcentloti tine of the suiuitilrat oriramiMalitttisi tmnd tbr lcflit for th DoltcT Mililer. 1
now hold thn-c p-.llekn In thicompnny nnd would not chnng them tor any otheril My dlv 1
IdendH arc much la 'iter thnn any other cumprir-lm In whkh I rnrvv lire Insurance, laad my
hmurnnre a mifr In this an any otlier The afTHirn of the vomian are aalely and ftmserva
tlvely manawed 1 they fwy promptly and are eaueedlnifly fair and liberal In their dealing
wim mar policy noiacra.
RRNP.RT HwnANIC. .
ftpec.nl Acnt for Wen urn North Carolina.
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OP MILWAl'KHK, WISCONSIN. - .
This Company issues all forms of ordinary
1 ni. lomiiany transacts annumiv nutro tnan aounic the bn.lnr.. ol any
surely Amerlenn Company, 't ha. no lluctuatins .ccuritie., and I. debarred by Its charter
irom everownlns: nny, and does Strictly an
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In Aahev'lle Hold. Mnnri. An nn mi,m
hihhumiii. wiii sen n- a mini reaaonaiiie
iriee. t win enn thee money tn rrrct n hotiee
thereon. I will Insure the ! a Am. cin aM
Insurance eumnanv. I will soil ns t
mtwK nvuisc mm 10 seep 1 ny auver, jew
ffla, etc.. In. If veu want to rent 1 wtll And
n good tenant. Ifynn want your rents
vuMtrvicu 1 win .imcv inem ror jam. 1 whi
hope to sec you aoon. I will vlve nromut and
canteat attention to all business put In my
MnsM rni)innv.s mi Lninin,
Real KetaU Agent,
cptSOdlm BH Pattoa Ave., Aabevllle.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
Jt-H . AA.IA ou. '
Piwrant. Strlotura, Onntslns no
serltl or fmlsonous snbMtsnrws, sna
Is fiisranttwd alamlutol harmless.
IB tiraeortbed b nhvMlnlana mnA
raobinonded by dnuahita. Prie.
Sold by dran1sM.II.war. .1 Snb.
FO SAL-S BV
MTtM SWTM, ASMVNXI, N. C,
Street, Asheville, N. C.
TILL OCTOBER 20.
A lot of White Handle Imitation Ivory
Knives at $1 00 ir set, worth SI 78.
A lot of Celluloid Handle Knives at $1 05
per art, regular price 3 78.
Only a few sets of Ivory Handle Knives
(.IlKlitly dlncoloretl) at S3 48 per set a rnre
Hoiccr and Mci-Hcn Triple Plated Knives
at 1 78 per tct. Forks to mulch, same price
A lot of odd patterns, of Rokits' Tea
8poon, Table Spoons and Porks at wonder
fnlly low prices.
1 wish to cloae out all Rood. I am over
stocked with, and many odd lines that I will
not buy ugnln.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
has been arranircd for all odd. and ends, all
marked In plain figures.
My lino of fine China Dinner, Tea and Toi
let Sets, Ai t Pottery and Sterling Ware i.
one of the finest in the south.
All are Invited to call and examine the
l.ut Plrst-cla.. OochI., and Intend to treat
of every kind.
Horac-raa4lc Jeans. Homc
- niaae uriinng.
We warrant every pair ol
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
1. O. HOWBUL, Ma?
ChKriotte. N. C. Aiirll 94. 1
iht I seat eonnianlra In ciUtvnce. I .tilttk It
ana rarmcri nnuonw nana, t-uariutiei (t, v,
laa. 1. (UO:f Anarta AH7.1 nt.R7n.ni
Murplua, 4 ier ct... 0,040,047.83
Lite, Bmlowment, Limited Life and Hcmf-Ton.
y its csarwi
A N8W DHBD, carefully prepared by lead
Ins; members of the A.hevllle bar Ion
flnest oarchmmt ud ka Sat mmmI. one
erlns; .11 aecnaary polnu, jswt out and now
on sale at the osHc of the Cmisn Pu.u.M
ma CoM Ho. S Marth Cowrt.Sisare flaalat