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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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MODUL. CIOAH 8TOKU, I'stton Ave.
MONDAY. DliCEMBKR 8, 1890.
From I.ynclilMK to lumltiK,
The Charlotte Chronicle nays that
"Henry Johnson, the colored man who
nssunltcd Mrs. Wiiller. anil who wan
lynched by a nmli near Central, S. C.
win found to lie alive on Wednesday
inorniiu;, but ily inj- A press dispatch to
the Chronicle snys: 'As toon as this
was repotted, some of the moh rciissctn-
lilcil, and collected a Iiiikc pile of brush
upon which thev placed the ilyint; mum
The match wtisthcn applied. Tluyroinis
of the tortured victim were pitialile (is
the Unities slowly rcduceil him to ashes.
Another report says the nc",ro was not
alive when liurned. Let us lioiie so. Hut
the affair illustrates in aw ml form the
demoralizing inllueuce d' Ivnch law. As
to the nxr it does not so much matter
now. lie is dead. Hut the tcrrililc tlis
".race ol such liailmi ism as this at Ceil'
tral will live and have its bad effect for
years in the community in which it oc
The Alliance ami IiikiiIIh.
SI'.xathk Isr.Ai.i.s' party liicinlsiii Kail
sas claim that eighteen iiiciiiIhts of the
alliance in the legislature of that state
have promised to vole for lii",iills, provi
ded they are iM'lilinncil to do so hy a re
SKvtable uiiiiiKr of voters from their
own county. This ictiliiui, the friends ol
luualls say, will lie loiiheoiiiiu. If In
".alls is rc-trlcctcd bv alliance votes that
body will have taken a Inn", step in the
dircclion ol alienating public sentiment,
lualls is a power ol the wron loud in
public affairs ami is precisely the brand
of Nliticinn that the alliance has aain
and aKain declared ayainl. The ",olilcu
rule has no place in politics, he says, ami
would pile force bill on b'tvc bill to
Kniu partisan advantage ill the South.
The tendency ol the times is plainly
against the I avails tyic ol' statesman.
Will ulliuiicc votes elect Innlls in Kan
sas and defeat VaiKc in ..nli Carolina ':
We think not,
IIi-nkv V. Sauk, the ;real lumber mer
chant, once said to a reporter of the New
York Sun : "lame'iiiisiilcreda millionaire.
I don't know what I am worth, but I do
know that it I could tiud in all the world
fifty men who would work lor me with
'the enthusiasm, insistence, and sagac
ity with which you men work for the
Sun I would lie worth ten times as much
as is to niv crvclil to-day." No doubt ol
it: and that's all the ".owl it would do
the reMirters. It would simply be so
many more men liurucsscd to the cure ol
THIS MEANS BUSINESS.
(of A bnnk ii soon to be established at
Maxton, N. C, by home capitalists.
IOTA real estate and development com
puny hat been organized in Tarboro.
(WKalcih'i cotton factory, to cost
$150,000, ii assured, it is now positively
MTSpnrKer Bros., ol Mt. Airy, are ciiR
jrinK for the foundation for a larRC leaf
HafThe Winston correspondent of the
Raleigh Chronicle lenrns that the South
ern Tobacco Journal, Dnnville, Vu., will
remove his journal to Winston.
WTMr. Mack Killebrew, of Ktl"e
eombe, realized $f00 from two acres in
tobacco. Welliorn Hros., of Davidson
county, raised t45 bushels of cum on ten
tuS'Kifty skilled cnrentera and work
iiiBmen passed through Wilmington on
their way from Ludington, Miehigan, to
Yorkville on the Carolina Central rail
road to work for the Knterprise lumber
company. About tiftv others will come
on in a lew days. .Messenger.
WThc (ireensboro Democrat learns
1st, that the stock necessary to secure
I lie furunees and render doubly sure the
success of the North Carolina steel and
iron compiinv hud been placed.
that contract lor ihc erection of one lur
mice would lie let in three weeks.
(oV Winston Daily: There will be six
hundred men on the division of the road
Istwccn the summit ol the blue Kidge
and the Roanoke river within two week:
The sawing of hall a million tect of bun
ber for trestle building has liccn com
inenceil. Over a thousand hands arc
work grading between Martinsville and
THNEE PAPERS1 WORK.
I ROM CI RRITIVK
I. O. Foe, proiirieter ol theTwinCit
Daily, of Winston, has purchased the
Fire at Kevser, Moore eountv, de-
stroved Mills' planing slioiis there. Three
railroad cars were also buruei.
Dr. Alieraethv uolilics the Morgan
ton Herald t ha he will rebuild Km be
erford college iikiii the old site.
Tlicsalcoflotsof the Mom ie land an
improvement company was a success.
tlver $1ii.iho worth of lots were sold.
Ihc Carolina Methodist is a urn
weekly published in t'ireenshorn in the in
teresl ol Ihccolorcil .Mcllloilisl ehnrcll
The state lioanl oleilucalion has put
The most absurd thing ever known in
the boycotting line is lac refusal of the
I'rencli nuthorilics to let Dr. Koch's
lymph come into France. tircensboro
Yes, it is absurd, but hardly more silly
and wrong than the action of our own
government in placing a heavy duty on
the lymph and also on all microscopical
instruments which make possible such
discoveries us those of Dr. Koch. In
other words, the McKiuley bill favors the
growth of disease.
Si:cki:t.kv Noui.i: has caused a bilUo
lie introduced into the house reducing
the nttoniey's lee for increase of iKiisious
from ten dollars to one dollar. Il the re
publican party passes this bill we shall
think mure fuvorably of il than we d
Mrs. Sia'ticer's "I'iist Steps in North Car
una History revised coition. oniucstni
list ot public school Isioks.
-The Mt. Ilollv News says that sta
tistics show that, notwithstanding tlr
poor crops last veitr ill this state, more
was given for religious ptiriioscs tha
The secretary of the navy has named
the new steel cruiser. No. 8, now in course
f construction at the Norfolk navy yard
"The Raleigh." ill sinvial compliment to
me capital city oi .Mtrui Carolina.
The North Carolina conference will
meet in Wilson on Wednesday of nex
week. Hishop Keener will preside. This
will lie the tirst meeting nl thcNorthCiir-
ilinn conference since the division of the
Raleigh Chronicle: A report from
Wake rori'st is to the etlcetthnl a stu
lent of the college, from Warreuton. he
came wild over his intense infatuation
lor n young lady and had to lie sent
The Y. M. C. A. of Durham is tremb
ling in the balances existing in the
throes of dissolution and whv? On!
Tim: name of I'. M. Wilson, of Winston
is mentioned as u suitable manager of
the North Carolina exhibit at the Co-
iuiiibiatl exhibition. Mr. Wilson shouli
be secured lit once to manage the Wes
tern North Carolina Iniral Asheville if he
is the right man.
A MallroHd CoiMnilHMlo.il
l-'rom the lairhiim mot.
The legislature ol North Carolina
should pass the law as advocated by the
lliiiieiimlie county Kople concerning a
railway commission. The bill should lie
introduced, anil those who vote against
regulating the railways by law should
be Ssittted forever when places ol trust
nnd honor are being given. The in an
who will vole to lavor eorMirations,
nail against the nil crest ol the people
generally voles because he has Is-en
Ilraw on I'm for one 'omhiiiii.
I'rom tits News nml oiiM'rvi'r.
Tiik Citizi n would lose its 'possum on
its wager. The paragrah was clipiied
from the editorial columns of the Inter-
Ocean. Hv the wnv. Till! Citzhn ii
most excellent new spas'r, nnd we oIh
scrve it is Ijcautilully pnnteil mill has
very handsome variety of tvs'.
OUT Of THE ORIUSARY.
We nit vise tlsr fnrincrs to commence the
cultivation of guinea pigs to supply the
great demand lor Dr. Koch's lymph.
buulord Hx press.
Kincaid Xt Spear have sold in their To.
motln store, in the six months that they
have been running it, $5,0110 worth of
goods, and have lost only futirdolluri by
bad debts. Murphy Scout.
"Did you ever see a dog Unit could not
nnrk r was uskcu me editor uy i. a
Ware. "My neighbor, 8. Junius Humph
ries, has a three year old hound that
can't bark'. Shelby Aurora.
Greenville Reflector: Mr. T. II. Flem
ing hns an old plow point with two sweet
potatoes on encn iiuc which are connected
bv item through a hole in the plow
point. The item is so short and the po
tatoes so close to the point that the hole
In It cannot ue seen.
Yon have all heard of the room bone,
corn husk and other weather signs; but
the Qrtcniboro Record says that if the
chickens begin to shed at the head the
coldest part of the winter will be at tlie
Beginning; and if the body is first to
bed ita feathers, then winter will run
long into the ipring. The chicked are
laeddinjt tail year first upon tin bcail. ,
liecnuse the christian iieople fail to eoug
up enough of the needful to grease the
wheels ol the organization. tilolic.
Winston Republican: Mormons arc
preaching regularly at iioints in the vi
eimty ol High I'oint. Very cautiously
the polygamy feature is omitted, but that
is because the laws of the land denounce
it. Hut give them an opKrtunity and
this practice will ie re-cstnulislicil.
For some time there hns been coniid
era I ile talk of moving F.rskinc college.
the Associated Reformed Presbyterian
college of North nnd South Carolina
trom its present location at Due West, S.
C. Sardis, Meeklenburgh county, oilers
len acres of ground and $lli, IM1U for the
The liliel suit ofllon. I. M. Ilrowrr
vs. Cilliam i Oliver, of the Rcidsvitle Re
view, and Joe Hradticld, came up before
a justice ol the iience lit Mt. Airy. The
deleiidents waived nn examination, and
nil three gave bond in the sum of $:i.(MM
each for their npiicarancc at April term
of Surry suiierior court. tlrvenslsiro
In a shooting affray nt Dysartsvillr
t-aiil. I. L. Aims snot Aiiiertt-owan with
n double barrel shot gun, in the lower
part ol his abdomen nnd in his head
Cowan shot at Mills three times, nnd
I lien threw his pistol at him. Cownn is
one ol the gang that came so near killing
dipt. Mills utter n political siN-iiking at
Dysartsvillr some tune ago. His wounds
arc not necessarily fatal.
The general life insurance agents of
.North anil Miuin Carolina held a hurt
ing at Charlotte and organized the
hie insurance uasocinlions ot the Lur
olinas. J. D. Church, ol Raleigh, is presi
ileutiA.J. Roddv, ol South Carolina
ami loliu C. Drewrv. of Raleigh, vice
presidents: S, I.. Adams, of Durham, sec
retary and treasurer. A convention will
lie held in Charlotte the third Tuesday
Raleigh News anil Observer: W. II
Champion and two men mimed Mays
i- i? i.i:.. .... i. i.. i'.
iroiii i ruiiHiiii kuuiiit wm iirinigiii w
fore ('. S. Commissioner I'urnell nn
charge of burning a I niteil States Isinded
warehouse in hrankhn county. Alterex-
amination the dcfeudunti were dismissed
criminal nllensc under the United ntntrs
laws. It is, however, amenable to the
Thomns II. Smith left his wife in Wil
mington $70,000 in real estate. Oconee
II. bmith, of llolton, Bnglnnd, alleged
that he was Smith'! Kin, and that the
mnrriage to the Wilmington wile wns
null and void, as his mother was alive
when it was contracted. He brought
suit for the estate and won the case. It
wns tried in the federal court in Raleigh.
Mrs. bmitn ol Wilmington, IS left penni
less by tins decision. I he case was one
of the most remarkable ever tried in
North Carolina. The defendants willop-
peui to tne supreme court.
Mrs. Bettie Wilson, wile of Jackson
Wilson, of Crab Orchard township, wns
burned to death Friday afternoon. She
was ubont TO years old, and she was
in the habit of smoking a pipe, it ii sup
posed that she fell asleep while smokina
and caugnt on nrc trom ner pipe. Her
husband wns in the crib shelling corn and
the first intimation that he bad of the
horrible accident which had befallen bia
wile, was to hear her acreami and see
her ruih wlldlv from the house a man of
flames, bhe ran within three feet of the
crib and fell down, dying a few hoar
later. inarlottc Chronicle.
Brain-workers keep your
and bowed open, Ta
akc Him moras Liver
Prom the Marion Free Lance.
During the late political campaign we
noticed the styles of the different papers;
the way in which they conducted their
part ol the campaign, their mode of nt
tact and defense. And in the summing
up the most effectual work done by the
state press the prize will have to be given
to Tim Citizkn of Asheville, the Chron
icle of Raleigh, and the Review of Reids-ville.
The Citizkn showed more enterprise)
nnd public apirit tbnn any other pper in
the state. They sent a special reporter j
one of the best in the stnte, J. I'. Keri-1
with the speakers to report the trip, I
swecncs, etc. Ami when uwart skulked
and run or when he made a mnnty fight
or when he did anything worth mention
ing it wns accurately and truthfully re
ported. That pnper did n noble work
in its right lor Crawlord, and we
lielieve the good democrats of this dis
trict will give it a most liberal supHirt.
It deserves the support of every demo
crat in tins district, nml especially in nun
com ne co nut v.
Now the State Chronicle, it just nulled
off its political coat and "waded in."
Wake county hud liecn disgraced by re
publican misrule, and the Chronicle
fought with indomitable courage lor
truth, honesty, good government and
democracy and Wake county owes n
large portion of its glorious victory to
the Mate Chronicle. Without the Chron
icles aid and assistance we lielieve Wnkc
eountv would still lie misrepresented by
During the campaign the Reidsville
Review made more than n Stnte reputa
tion by its fearlessness with which it ex
posed the rotten record of Itrower, the
republican candidate. Ilrower was .a
big man; and many editors who have no
bucklMinc or grit, would not have dnred
exiHise Ilrower so unmercifully, through
cowardice. The Review laid bare to the
world his infamous rcconl, and wns the
means of defeating him for the Cnited
i y iii w.iko up in tho
it niiii; with a hit tor or
li.i'l t i"M in your mouth,
Liiiijinnr, Ibi'll llVailiK'lio,
tio;i, taki-Simmon Liver
Initiator. It ou'ivota
th ii liilioiiK gtomarh,
iwivt.'iis tlm lirvath nnd
Cli'll IISOH till' I'tllTrSlhonRllO.
Chililivn ns woll as adults .
Bonii'timin oat Boinothiiitf
that dova nut ilip'Rt woll,
iiroilurinj? Sour Stomach,
or Slooplcsanoss a pood
dose of Ropulator will
give relief. So perfectly
harmless ia this remly
that it can ho taken hyJ
the youngest infant or
the most delicate person
without injury, no matter
what the condition of the
system may be. It can
do no harm if it does no
good, hut ita reputation
for 40 Tour proves it
never fails in doing good.
A err am of tartar baklna powder. Hlvkrat
all in Iravrnlna atrrnirth II. H. ttovcro. ' I...4......
nent Krport. Ausust 17. 1MNB. lulrXDdljr , ut'lW'lll il in-B,
FOR 8ALK VERV CHEAP.
An Knffincrr's Transit.
A 5o.l,,t,t Chain.
A Land Surveyor'. ComMl.s.
A loo-ront HtPil Taie.
A .Mi-lout titcel Tnw.
llAlt ilmrn lvrl Hooka.
Kmiulre until Thursilajr at R. He. I) ottiraa
iln-H ri.1t T. It. IIIIMAK.
W.A.Hl.AIK. J.V. IllMIWN
No. ja Palton Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
W'v nit' now irmly, and in
vitf Mir frit'iiilK nml tln uli-
lii'p'iiiTiill.v to rail ami .v
aniiniMiiir well m'lit tMl Ktork
Which w mv offi-ringiitrtH-k
a NiKi ial ftatuie. CmIIh ut-
tondtKl day or night.
Telephone, day 7.r, night (55.
BLAIR & BROWN.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 25.
You are invited to call every day at the leading Jewelry
Store nnd examine our stock of
f LOCKS, WATCHES,
rf Silver Noveltien,
SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, BRIC A BR AC, &c.
Some jx'oplo nay that it i'h beautiful. Homo nay that it is
finer than ever before. YOUR OPINION i'k requested.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
3S N. Malu Street,
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANIOS, ETC.
Iluj from an Immense stuek or kase
shliicd direet to you from factory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE.
I liujr Ar eaah whaM.cr la best In the mar.
ket. I aril on yuar own Urms. I nvnm nt
A. B. Chase, Kverett New
WII.MIIK ft WMITRIinr.AMS, KIM HALL.
t'NITBII IITATBS OkOAKS, "Tb. Plaeat
In the Laad."
8 EE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
4k 1 dim
That we have the Kargtwt
and Best nelecletl utock of
in bindings from lli('i liniM'Ht
to tree calf. Hig line l'oiulur
Author in net n for tho ('hil
ilnn, older Children, mid ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all griidcH. PrayiTH and
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Can't he. In-at for DoIIh,
'I ho new Souvenir of AhIic
villo. J. N. MurHn & Co.,
ISookwIlerH, Stat ioiiei-H, Ac
PROF. J. BAKER.
PIAJTCS TU:ED ft, KETCLATU. U
iirttrt at 7
SIWatl. imtmuH loan
fattM A rraw, AmWtSV, b. C.
K. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'JJER.
AIM (railing of all klads tnm. All wilrra
peraiitir nikn and work Kuaraatrif Can
Ii. fiHiail at all Mines at Graham's Cutu.a
WB AKI5 HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE I1AYB THIS WliKK IN
CRK.VSI5I) THI5 CAPACITY AND FA
CILITli:St)I? OI K
WE HAVE SKLTKKD SKVliKAl.
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY TOOIVE
OI'R FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINE IJ'IALITY, AT VERY REASONA-
III.E RATES. CALL IN AND SEE I S;
ALL WE ASK ISA TRIAL.
OI K REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL I I LL AND ACTIVE. AND WE
CAN CilVE PROMPT ATTENTION To
ALL WORK IIKOIV.I1T IN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
,19 Pattou Avcniu-.
Real Estate A;cnt.
AN 1 1 I.I AM HHukliK,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., I MORGAN'S BOOKSTORE I
Mimt-y liiancil nml wrll wctin-J at h ht tent.
Kntl l:ntntc liuiiKhl nml Mnlil nt piitilir ntiil
lirivnlc Ntilc. Knit. I'olltvtril. I fonilm't.-il
Ural I'Hlnle anil Auction ImikIih-m. in t. hurh-t
Ion. 8 C. L-n vriin. nml will ininut
ntt'-ntion to all bu.incHi put in my t-htirKi'.
KiiKllHh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 411 French llroml Avc-ntir.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL
l Pof many years Ansoviiitc I'riiK'ii'iil til Mi
Wrnoii In.liliitr, rtiillittii.rc. i
AsslMtrtl by n eon, "t voinin-nlfiii trin In "
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you have any Nt', Throat or I.iiiik
On iitiliiiitiiin I hiIImimI h iimhl-l
T ilcncrittivc uf Anlu'villr nml aUo the In-
hHliitK t rent men t irrr with lint ul itic
tinriH to 1c nnNWsTi-il hy the imtit-nl
when unlt-rinK Hmiir Trcatnuiit. Thin
trrntmrnt in n rtUttlvc aa the oflitf
OI'PICK NO. 2ti I'ATTON A VKNt'K.
Anhcvillc. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
rarmatvalt ana rrr pnlr
rice taaiir4 aa aollaat
W. L. DOUGLAS
Pin Calf mm4 Lstsl Wal.rsiW Usmln.
Tb. .aivllMra Ul. wanrinv nn.llIlM rd ttita Si.
saannt babMtwtfva laaahr the itrmi mi
sanaot b. brtlr hiw. iiuabr t lie Birring I
axalairf lis UmhshuhI. ot ouurtaat WHnra.
tmJOO (caala Ilaa4rw4. an ahvairt aa4
.9 SIIS imm Bp, whloa oncnmand. lUrlf.
tA.J00 II..S-iMrar W.li.. A nn. eaU sboa
a anrqusllMl rr Mrl. and (lurahllltv.
440 (J.a.ar Writ la Uw SUBilMtl SMI
W Hhnm, al a ponul v prtoa.
440 f llrrmaara Hkoa toMpMrlalb; adapted
w fur rallnwl nirn. f.rm.n mlc
tB mad la Oorwraa Hull) sod tans,
kava hara mntt favnraMy imvIvmI mntm latmduckj
ad tils rrr-rni impnTtmtnu niaka thuai aupartur
to M7 ahntv anlr) ( Uimw prlmi.
Aak rlir llaaiUs sr,H I k. Hniunt Baa mA
ati-Mt in fartorr nrllag advarutxl arfoa. at a
W. U UULULAB, BracklM. Haa
HIlR HAI.K II V
WEAVER A MYERS.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL..
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
t modem flr.t .lii. hou-l. Hot nml eold wali r and liaths ami toilets on ntry Jnor.
Ill"llr IkTis Is i tirrvroom. in lire In ..Hin and snit.H ltd looms. oy. rira ne
nn umh tiVunu i , clear nn.1 m atnn.l and liar nml liillmnl rm.m on Aral ll.or. Klrr
Iric" trt "niMin". Iloor very an mlnut. .. Kl. Inin.nil nnd l.anvlll. railroad eatinK buuM,
.' :i.inmc for infill'..
KATKM, ta.oo WiR DAV.
A. G. IIAIXYBt RTONsProp.
J. H. HHVAN .ll WAI.TKK t.WKKW, Clerk .
FOR TIIK SALK F HiAF TOBACCO.
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To Uw Tolim-io I'hiiitcin ol IVrsiiTii North i nioliiin ami Hn.t Tennetsw ;
nnr ninrltrl lina fnllv omil nml iriir nre tiiiod, e.ieeliilly nn f.mmoii Rrnili , and we
.iilviwiiiil.t liiini.nl nil nil ..iniiii.n urailrn. Iliivinii Ihr ljr. i. Inst liKhtnl ararrhouM
in Wil in Ni.nh Cini'li-ii. iiii.I i mi tuiil in i lo.v ciiiiiiiiiln' nliln lion. Thnnklnn
you fin .ust iiiliMiiii:' nml liopmi; lijr hnnl work nml li.tr ln iiiK, c nre. yours truly.
SCKLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to nil purls of Hie eitv our own llottllnu liinort llccr al
ONi: DOLLAR PKR DOZEN.
i Mir tnt-r in kept at n irmM-rnturr ol 40 ilrijrecii a nil we Kuiimntif you u fn-Mh artuk ait
ill tniiiM. Till. TKAI'li SIPI'I.I KU I ROM
V WINE .-. AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN THK H'I'ATli.
FINE SAMPLE AND UILLIARI) RUOM.
,. . MAt A..r. M.K.r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. R. C
-FOR HALF. UY'
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special Sanitarium Tor DIhchhcm of the Muitf and Throat.
I'lne. pure lifinkinu water iroin M 'Uiitnln SprlnK". nml connect Inn for tM.mcMic pur
pdHvN with citv mniim I'erlivt nxNtrin ol llvU-. v, I in 111 hi nit nntl mw. muc. llixiac kept
ulrii'dv HMiptii', lltit Winer llratltiu Svmk-hi uml Th'iritiiKh Vrittilation tint, Colt), lllev
trie nnil Steam Ittiihn ami liouchi. IClevitlorN, li lie trie l.iKlitw anil 1UIU. (tirn Firea.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
sri-ciAi. mi.T vmi;n m:i:m:i).
I'rofif Hitnml mtvIc n optional with putimtit. nnl nt moderate rate
I'riiT lor Itoanl ami Motim 9i'j fto to 9 IN per week,.
I'or partliiitani addnKN
KARL VON RICK, W. D
A-hcville. North Lnrtsllnn.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL,
HOOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
AUo. tnlile 1'oiinl enn Ik- ntYiiininoiliitiil.
lot h a m until I'J.re'.H'k n m.
ti'i lirepnreil or eilL-ltlli: III Hllurlr.t nol'ee for Home Turtles Hull.. te
BOARD BY THE MONTH, WEEK OR OAT.
Street ears pass the ilour. Ilien Iroin tl
All I u.k Is a
My Celebrated IMiiladclphlu Frlca
Are well know n. No nnr enn .ifi i n tu rn. Am (ironil to snv I hnve the fl-rt, Isrse.l
Kliliue in Allet :l'e. 4. .-. erve uriii l. in Imiii :t to .1 m inule. .lie iih I'i.li. Itunie. Ilv.lers
Ml Hull Mv II. I'olne snil sll lilite will er. I'leSMril to serve Hll. Nrsp clfilllr.
K. HTRAI'HHi Prop.
. W PKTIIANIM' It,
M. linn. Hc. C. It.
W. K KIMI, C. It.
ItnK'r Corii.. V h S.
PETHARD & KING,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And Cscucral Contractors).
nrrls In rllv work.. loiMitfrmililtal and
lilsin survey, of eitic. sml town; ile.lun..
Inn., .iM-etlientliili. nnl rstililiile. lurnl.hert
rrsllwnvs, wster.uiiiilyuiiil m wrrsue .v.-
Hueefsltles: The ItHSIIon nml eon.lruelion
il rsllwMjr. hiii eirlieri U- psvenii III.,
Anlicvlllc, N. C.
I'. O. Ilos 4(IH.
I inn : Mri-onil flour In flrsnrl OiirrN House.
nov yu n;im
INtURI VOVH PDOfERTY WITH
E. J. A 8 TON,
General i luMsraacc i A(cnt.
No. to sVMth Msls stmt.
AsWtill., M. C.
THE BEST KNOWN RriMFDY,
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CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. to Court Hquare.
KiUU d if
wr? ebem of wwvCtnrmm,
UmI sHrH4, turtf rlway, .U.,tc. Jna s
can a k'Mtx trrstlse Irts, adrlrrMlni s M.
luv nsvnr, t, w. LltllK,
V. O, kVis il, B-oaaolu, Va,
U lot il.it oa ft lommsmlinu rniinrner overlooklnK Asheville nnd a surrourritlnn country of
rnte in-iintv iitr a rs'liu. of thirty inlles
The HiMilnlmrnt uf th. hxuw nre rnniliielvr to hrnllh nnrl romfort. It Is provided with
elevnlors, litfltlrd hv elei-trlelly, mid hiuleil hy stetint tlirouuhnut.
I'or the stlenllllv tn ulinriil of NervnliN nml t'liriiuk' ill-uses It Is tllorouKhly eiitlpied
with nil modern iiiilinncis Turkish, Koinnn nml i ii.siun lluths, lil ctr etly. MaMaitr.
.Swrill.h Moveiiieiil., nil iiielmleil in irlv ol room.
The Mrilleni MnniiKement will lie under the direction of lir. I'. W Ncefns, receatly Ihc
Jnekson Hnnntnrliiin, lit linn.villr. N. Y.
I'ur choltv of rooms nml further imrileulurs sildn ss,
MIHH KMII.IK VAV.iHN, Aahcvlllc, N. C.
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