North Carolina Newspapers

    THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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TVKDNUSDAY. NOVKMHIiR Ki, ISM'J.
TKl'STS AiO TARIFFS.
A decision made by Judge Dniiicls ol
the supreme court in the matter ol tin ap
peal from a lower court decidiin; upon
the illegality of trusts will commend use
to the honest sentiment of the country a
ivdl .is to the iiriueii )lc of interest. Tin
siiecial case involved was the sugar trus!
an enormously wealthy and powerful
combination of sugar manufacturer
which absorbed into its hands the eon
trol of the manufacture and also the
price of the till importantartielcof sugar,
which enters largely into the donicstii
economy of every household in the land,
from the highest to the most humble.
The effect of this combination was at
once lelt in the enhancement of price in
this most necessary article to an extent
of from To to 100 per cent., in the latter
case doubling the cost to the consumer.
It Wits wanton and oppressive abuse ol
rights claimed tinder acts ot incorpora
tion and the rights of combination,
effect of which was to absorb or crush,
weak industries, to place the combina
tion under one powerful head, to dcslrox
opposition and to fix prices to suit the
greedy aspiration of the combination
without fear of cheek or interference.
Hut there was interference, becausi
there was unreasonable injustice that
brought the force of corporate power t
bear where it was immediately and di
rectlv felt, and where the scllish niotivi
was so plainly seen.
These trusts many others besides tin
snrar trust claimed and exercised legal
existence until attacked by the legal au
thorities of the State of New York. Tin
sugar trust, the greatest and most pow
erful offender, was the first attacked t
make full test of the question. In tin
lower courts, the trust was dcleated. and
made its appeal to the supreme court
with no better luck, we are happy tosay.
Judge Daniels in his opinion affirming tin
position of the court below, goes to tin
very root of the matter, lie says: Tin
trust "having for its objects the removal
of competition and the advancement ol
prices of the necessaries ol' life, is subject
to the condemnation of the law, by which
it is denounced as a criminal enterprise."
Plain words, clearly and strongly
spoken. Now, it may well be asked what
is the difference in its effects upon tin
people between a trust and a high tariii
imposed in the effect of its exactions fai
beyond the needs of the national treason
and the legitimate needs of the people:
It is the difference in operation that
makes the difference in, and difficulty oi.
comprehension. The trust operates so
openly and with such direct rclercnce to
personal and corporate gain, that tin
country at once perceives and feels it.
The wrong and the oppression is at once
traced up to its sources, and smphatii.
protest comes from a suffering public.
The tariff on the other hand works in
sidiously and secretly, makesilsappeal to
national pride, national honor ami na
tional necessities, adds loo or odd per
cent, to the cost of the necessaries of the
laboring and industrial classes, indulges
the rich in their untaxed luxuries, robs
the people of the millions of their sweat
saturated earnings, piles them up in the
public treasury to be drawn out as a
party corruption fund, useless and costly
expenditures to reward favored party eon
tractors, to distribute it in the construc
tion of magnificent public works and gra
ciously proposed to be returned to tin
people in the form of donations for osten
sibly educational, really for party, pur
poses. The people clearly see how the enhan
ced value of sugar comes in. The con
nection between cause and effect is too
close to be misunderstood. It is not less
direct lietween a tariff for protection and
the increased value of most of the neces
saries of life than it is between the trusts
and the increased costs of sugar.
The time is at hand when the identity
of the two operations will be better un
derstood. The great manulactuiers ol
the North stand in exactly the same re
lation to the great body of the jieople as
the corporators in the trusts do. I hie
robs with the direct aid and support ol
one of the great national parties. The
other, standing outside of parts and re
lying only on the power of money, is de
clared a public enemy, is assailed as such,
and will be overthrown. But they are
one and the same, public robbers, and in
the end, uow we believe not very far off,
will meet the same deserved disaster.
COTTON IN NOHTHrAKOMNA,
For quite as long a period in North
Carolina as in other Southern States has
cotton been cultivated, either as a mar
ket crop or for domestic uses. For the
latter it was found in every county east
of the Catawba river. Asa market crop,
anterior to 1A50, it was most largely
cultivated in Anson, Mecklenburg, Rich
mond, Rowan, Orange, Wayne, Edge
combe and other eastern counties, and in
the year named, the total crop of the
State was about 140,000 bales. The in
troduction of Peruvian guano subsequent
to that period gave a prodigious impulse
to the industry. By stimulating rapid
growth and increasing fruitage, cultiva
tion was greatly enlarged in counties
where it had been profitable, and ex
tended to othere where it had not before
been grown, and it became an almost
universal crop, and the production lias
increased to 470,000 bales of 500 pounds j
each, ranking North Carolina among the
cotton States.
But the experience of the last three or
lour years proves it to be an up hill bus
iness. The conditions for profit arc fac
titious. There is dependence absolutely
upon artificial fertilizers to successfully
compete with the richer lands, the warmer
climate and the more extended seasons
of the more favored Gulf and Missis
sippi States. Fertilizers are costly,
nriics of cotton arc low, labor is relat
ively high, and the cost ot production
out of all proportion to the outlay. The
scarcity of money in our cotton region.
the sore indebtedness of farmers, the gen
eral despondency in those sections, seem
to indicate that the interest is going
backward, and that the time is not tal
on" when planters must turn their atten
tion to other crops. It would seem to
be a vain struggle to contend against
the constantly increasing product ol the
ever widening area of the Mississippi
and Texas cotton belt.
What will the tanners do ? Abandon
ing cotton, can they compete with the
West in corn or in wheat or other grains :
Their lands are good, but not as rich as
those of the West. Hut it is too fine a
,-ountry to abandon, too full of resources
to admit of despair. Sonic substitute
mav be adopted for cotton.jute or ramie,
the intensive system ol cultivation
must be applied, and that will lead to a
most desirable revolution, the cultiva
tion of smaller farms, with a multitude
il niinor industries, fruits, grapes, grass,
lain fanning, and this would lead to
increased population, more genci ai um.i
mil energy, sharper competition and
,'cucral increase of prosperity.
Our Kastcrn pcopleniust look the ques
tion squarely in me lace, i ney may nm
ic unwise if thev dethrone king cotton.
We arc pleased with the neat, incisive
mil effective way in which Judge Har
lan, of the 1'. S. Supreme court, disposed
of the fallacious pleas ol the counsel ol
Cross and White. It was very ingenious
,m the part of that counsel to suggest
that the I'uited Stales had been cheated
if its prey by the anticipatory action ol
1 State court, to arouse the jealousy ol
.he supreme court by demonstrating
.hat a Stale court had trespassed on its
preserves and taken cognizance ol an ol
cuce of which the I'. S. court had exclus
ive jurisdiction, and to intimate to that
jourt. that rather than it should part
with its liuhis and lose its prestige, it
were better to let the criminals go anil
teach the State courts a lesson of humil
ity and subordination. The court
ludge Harlan was not embarrassed for
.1 moment. It knew its rights, and main
tained tliein. Hut it did not permit dust
to be thrown into its eyes. The court
lid not recognize t lie inseparable identity
f the two crimes charged the making
if false entries and the forgery. They
weredistiuel offences. Kitlicr would have
been complete without the other.
Two great offenders must thus, tit last,
receive tile penalty meted out for their
uill.
It is very rare in the South that the
.hivalrous sentiment ol man towards
woman, in whatever condition of life, is
m abeyance. We seldom hear ol those
tragedies which so often mar with hor
rid brutality the criminal an als of the
Northern States, in which woman is so
iltcn the helpless victim, and in which
justice is so rarely meted out to such
ilien.lers as the Mallcy brothers, and
dozens ol similar offenders. Kxccplions,
However, do occur, lor human nature is
the same everywhere, though modified
or iulluenced by local or sectional senti
ment. Such an exception was found in
that bloody tragedy recently enacted at
Hrownsburg, Ya. It was a fight to Un
dent h between Dr. Walker and Henry
Miller, the former accompanied to the
magistrate's office by his wile who went
with the vain hope of preventing hostili
ties ; the former by his sons, who went
with apparent readiness to engage in the
affray. The two principals were killed,
Mrs. Walker was also killed; and il is
uow developed by the evidence that
James, one of the sons of Henry Miller,
deliberately blew out her brains as she
lay on the prostrate body of her deail
husband. Il is too horrible for belief.
No wonder her friends and the commun
ity arc excited to frenzy, and thirst for
the blood of the unmanly murderer.
Ir. Parker I'rays cream Van-Ola, Kosa
line. Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites.
at F. 1,. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always be found.
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, tiles and
other such recpiisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and I'atton avenue.
On Men's HIioeH. .
Interview in St. Louis C.lohc-I icniocrat.
1 have only one hobby, and that is
shoes, or rather a peculiar fashion 1 have
ot wearing them. 1 used to think that a
man got the best service out of a shoe by
putting on the best pair a shoemaker
could make him and wearing them con
stantly until the leather gave way some
where, but 1 now think that is the most
extravagant wav of dressing the feet. I
am never without three or four pairs of
shoes in good wearable condition. I never
wear the same pnirtwo clays in succession
and at least once a month I go over each
nair with a brush dipiicd in vaseline.
Thus, with three pairs of shoes, I give
each pair one day ot work and two days
of rest, and the leather has time to regain
its elasticity and stretch out the wrinkles
the foot has made. These wrinkles lie-
come breaks in the leather when the shoe
is continuously worn. The vaseline is
lietter than any oil for fine leather. I
used to wear out four pairs of $8 shoes a
year, one at a time. The same number
now lusts me two years.
St. Peter Who are you ? New spirit
I'm 1 was the manager of a British
syndicate St. Peter Well, you skip.
This place is not for sale.
Syrup off FlgM.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to lie most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gent.y, on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the
system, dispelling colds and headaches,
and curing habitual constipation.
THE MORROW SHOE
STIIX AHEAD
AlStt
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
Ai-;iin wt ciill your special
attention to tlie celebrated
Morrow Shoes, which have
stootl the test for many years
for DiTiAifii.iTY. for Exckx
ij:n(t: of Sty i.k, for Com foist
and Kxactnkss of Fit, Ikmiip;
equal ii) quality, style and tit
to anv Fine Shoes made.
We carry the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
Nor any trouble to sell you
aji.iin in the future.
We have in stock a com
plete line of all kindsof Shoes
of every def" ruble style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
hi fill prices.
Come and examine our
o'oods; it will not cost you a
cent.
We want you to call and
trade with us, wit lithe assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DRY WOODS,
I hits and Clotliinnhvayson
hand at astonishingly low
prices. Yours respectfully.
Rustic Bros. & Wright
HOOKS AXD STATIONERY,
AKTISTW HATKRUIAI
l-NCINl-URS' SCI'I'LlliS.
l'lcTl KKS AMI I'HAMBS,
FANCY I'.llllHS.
hi.akk uooks,i.vi:kk;raik,
1MII.I.S, TOYS AM! OAMliS,
WUSTKRN !S. C. SCKNK8,
i l l ICKAI'IIIC
CAINTI-h,
AT
AMI IIANIl-
ESTABROOK'S,
22 S. Main Street.
If you want a good 1111
brella that is warranted not
to ('HACK callou
ARTHUR M.
FIELD,
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dles different, "you know,"
from anyone else's.
FOR SALE !
50-HOKSB MOILKR ANII KNGlNli.
I'UWER MORTISKR AND HOKKK,
FOOT POWER MORTISliR,
SI CTIOiN FAN,
OAK, ASH, WA1.NCT, CHUNKY, PINE
AND POPLAR Ll'MBHR,
STEAM PIPE.
NKW HERRING SAFE.
Address,
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASH EVILLE, N. C.
scit2fi d&w 2m
Judice Shepherd's Opinion.
Washington, N. C, June 13, 18HC
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy has been used
by a member of my family, and the
result has been very beneficial. I believe
it to le a good medicine.
J.vs. E Shepherd.
THE
RACKET COLUMN.
Business at the "Bir
Backet Store" has in
creased so much within
the past t wo weeks,(since
the opening of our im- .
nieiise new stock) that we
have not had time to
write a suitable adver
tisement for this column.
Will name some g-oods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
EVERYTHING
And sell at prices guar
anteed to be the lowest
in town. Having a force
of salesmen and sales-ladies,
the tedious waits
that our patient patrons
have had to endure are
no longer necessary; so
come on, you shall be po
litely served, without de
lay, and sent away with
Bargains.
Very resectfully,
GEO. T.JONES & CO.
'RACKET' COLUMN.
HOTELS.
STRAUSS'
RESTAURANT
AND
Oyster Parlor.
Kl'ROPUAN PLAN.
Meals at all Hours. Ittcctric
Cars Pass tlie Door.
I tfike pleasure in iiniimltu-in; the Ovster
Season of 1SHlt-'0H lias opened, ami my Ioiik
cxoerii'iiee in the business justifies me in
nssurinK the public that I enn please Olid sat
isfy all customers. I will serve ovsters in the
liest style, and dealing only with relinMe
houses, enn oiler the tinest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Philadelphia Fry,
Or Pan Roust. Boston Bay Stews n spccialt .
('.rent can will be taken with all orders I
hcH only the finest and freshest oysters that
ean be haH. I receive shipments direct from
puckers every afternoon. Charges reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, GAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Special attention Riven to lady
customers. rohte aim ate nrive waiters.
Hoard by day. week or month with or with
out moms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STRAINS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
PRIVATK BOARD.
NKW MorSl!! NKVL I-TKN1SII Iv I 1
AM. MOI'lvftN IMI'K'iVliMKNTS,
MRS. H. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
jiia'J'J dlv
pKlVATK HOAKli.
A Inrsc house. H1H Pat ton a venue. Warm,
comfort aide ronnis. m street car line.
Terms reasonable.
uctWdtim MRS. J. I.. SMATHHKS.
" MRS? STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston Building, Put?
tnn Hvi-mif. corner of Church street, where
uhi i nn'iinrnl to keen resztilnr or transient
hoarders. Table furnished with the best the
market atiords. Terms rensona me. iiinr.nnin
J. W. SCHARTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
42 N. Main St.
JAMKS FRANK,
HKA1.KK IS
FAMILYGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Rri'inn Crick Wonlcn Mills
North Main - Asheville. N. C.
fehlOdly
WM R. PENNIMAN,
I'HOI'KIBTOK OF
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
i. o. box r.
niurKtm y
GEO. KIMIilCH,
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work ti specialty.
Orntes, Rnniies and Boilers set.
BuilriinKH moved and repaired in first class
manner
Sewerage. Ilrainage and traK for the same
thorouKhly understooil and oroniptly at
tended tu.
Office: Wolfe IlllildiiiK, Court House Sciiare,
Asheville, N. C. . mayaodly
THKKE IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune,
lll'T YOI' CAN
Practice Economy
ANII lll'Y VOI R
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
riilill. ETC.. FROM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and College Sts.
Prices nre cut down to suit the times, and
goods delivered free to any part of the city.
JV3 THE PUBLIC.
The undersijned may be found in Shank's
new tmiHiinff, one noor wesi 01 j. f. ooo
lmry's stable, on College trrst. They are
prepared to mnnnfaeture carriages, luiKKics,
wagons, and anything else in their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing nre specialties,
They have secured the services of Henry Pow
ell, and would le pleased to receive a liberal
share of patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed.
jul3 dtira HIIKNKTTH it HoWAKD.
$2.99 Shoe.
Por (jentletnen. A perfect shoe at a moderate
coat. Try a pair of our pecialties in gentle
men'i footwear, at$5.00, $4.00, $3.50, $2.90,
$2.50 and $2.00. Every pair warranted. Ex
amine our specialties for ladies at $4.0o,
$2.99, $2.50 and $2.00, unexcelled for com
fort, durability and tyle.
Insist on having the original M A. Packard
ft Co.'i Shoes. The genuine have our stamp
on bottom of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
any part of the U. 8. on receipt of price. M.
A. PACKARD & CO., Brockton, Mass. For
sale in Asheville by
H. REDWOOD & CO.
augll deod Hmos in we fri
pOR 8 A LB.
14 acre of land on Beaver Pant road. Just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A fine site for a sub
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oaks, with beautiful
views of mountains and the city. A rare
chance to boy such a piece of land with nice
clear springs gushing from the hill. Terms
easy and price low.
BOST1C, BL ANTON & CO.
aul3 dtf
SCHOOLS,
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
Bliss Champion,
Ml CHIiSTNI'T ST.
Fall term li.Kins Sept. L'5. TIioioukIi 111
str etion in Kntilish. 1'rench. Music unci Cl
istlienics by cxiH-rieneed teachers.
sep 7 d:im
English and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French llrond Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
I For malic vears Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, llaitimore. 1
Assisted by a corps of coinpentent teachers
The course of instruction includes thensual
English branches with French nnd Latin.
Extras Music, German. Art Needle Work,
I'aintiilKon China. Ham-inn nnd Kidinit.
Special attention Riven to the training ot
little sirls. "Kl m
IXSLKAXCE.
JIKli 1NSIKANCE
FIItE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLI AM & CO.
At the Hank of Ashevillc.
ASHUVIM.H, N. C.
Represent the folio wins companies, viz
CASH ASSKTS IN
v. s.
Amrlo Nevada, of California
,N33
,11113
(ruititH'iiiii!. of New Vonl 4.N7.H
IlamburK-1'rcnieii, of ermaiiy 1 .1
London Assurance, of Knbim. lt5;t
Niagara, ol New York '2,'Z'.7
fri...it ni" Hurl lord 1.0d7
till!
till 2
Plat-nix. of Itiooklyn 5,it54-,
St. Paul Fire and Marine, of Min
nesota 1.54-1,
Southern, ol New OrUai:s !..
Western, ot Toronto 1.0., it
Mutual Accident Association.
.-litna l.iie Insurance Company.
dtmar'Jtt
,17l
FOll SALE!
Kinht houses and lots un Southsi'U- avenue
.tml llniley streets, as a whole $ ,50(1 or sep
arately eonvsKondiunly as cheap, on easy
terms.
FOR SAI.lToR RKNT.
One House, 11! rooms $U0 jnr month
K " Hi
h " irv "
7 " (Town Mil l'l "
One Farm of "( acres, and 8 room briel
house, adjoining YamlerbiU property, $10,
.....v ... J'l - ,i,,,..rh .-.-lit A11I1K- tO
J. M. Campbell,
nov 7 dl 111
Real Hstate Healer.
Real Kstate for Sale.
The proper tv known as the ' Mission Hos
pital propci tv" has been subdived intosplen
ilid biiildinj; lots, and is now olVered for sale
Three of these lots front South, upon Wood
fin street. Thev are the tuot desirable lots
and are the lowest priced lots in town, when
you nkv intoeotisideration their location.etc
Two lots front on Charlotte street, ami one
of thee has a "larj-e, handsome old man
sion" upon it, surrounded by beautiful oak
trees. The house is worth nunc than isasked
I,,,- III,' l.l.-W'f
The other is a corner lot and is one of the
inot beautiful unimproved lots in Asheville.
What makts this property particularly de
sirable is its location upon the Line of the
Street Kail wav, its nearness to ehurehes,
schools, business, etc. It is on the electric
lilit line, sewer line, sa line, etc. It is near
the College, and is in one of the best nciyh--
i,.,rli,,iU itt the i-itv.
Tim propel tv has been put into my nanus
to sell, either at private sale or public auc
tion. All lots not sold'by the 2d ol Decern-,
ber will be sold by me at that time.
U. S. WATSON,
Real Itale Agent.
oet::7 dif
FORTIUS WEEK'
We arc going to offer some real good Bar
gains in our line. Heavy Nickel ami Brass
Coach Harness. 1 Vx Trace, I'ull Patent
Leather Collar, $:i7.iO, former price $45;
Single Buggy Harness, Davis mounting $1:5,
nickel $17.5(1. In
Whilman Saddles,
l-'or both ladies and gentlemen, we are Koing
to sell nt New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig scat, and Skirt, $40; next
quality $:( ; Men's lmnorted liuglish Tree.
Hat seat, $:, formerly $:i5, i?or Horse
Blankets and Whips we arc headquarters.
Pull Whalebone Whin $l ,ro to $U.50. Best
Buggy Whip in town for 75c. (lood Buggy
Cushions $1. Special prices in whips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Horse Blankets
Direct from the MANl'KACTPKIiK and ean
sell them cheaper than anv one in town. El
beron, all wool, in yellow and brown, K2xH2,
$10 per pair, sold last year for $15; l-'awn,
70x80, solid colors, $s per pair, sold for $10
last season. We hac them in ull styles and
prices to $ J.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed. A com
plete stock of the above goods at
GRANT'S DRKi STORK,
24 SOUTH MAIN STRKIiT.
Oculists' Prescriptions a specialty.
ttcp3 ritini
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of designs just received. Large lot of
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on inc lefore pur
chasing. Wareroom Wolfe Building, S. K. Court
Square- sepd6m
riTrt CURED BY OI.D SPKCIALIST
LI I V PHYSICIAN.
I I I 1 1 Bottle of medicine Free. We war
I II W rant our remcdv tocure the worst
, .,u ,j cii vi-i tin h wnouo tins to
prevent your being im)oned upon by nuti
tlfttnir ftc nn m,- a-hn , . .
- ' ,r , , i'ociors.
Because others failed Is no reasi for not
nain 7 thiu mHiiin v .
, J . "v aim iost-
a ik rtdrV' co"U yon nothnK- Addtess
DUI. rfwi uroanway, New
if iiari nmm wmjjjii.
jania&wlT
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO,
PA88BNC.KR DKFAKTM liNT,
Western North Carolina Division.
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHKPPLK.
(In Kpfkct Si:it.
7.rith Meridian time used when not otherwise
indicated.
KAST IIOI'ND.
No. 61
Iaily.
No. 53
Daily.
L.v. Knowille,
tltoth mcr.)
' Asheville.
Ar. Salisbury,
" Danville,
" Richmond,
ll'5pm 810nm
I) 41pm I 1 54pm
4l!Oam 04.'fpm
0 82am 1 1020pm
I :t:tupni 1 n 16am 1
" RaleiKh.
" Ofddsboro,
" Wilmington
' Lynclibnrp,
' Washington
" Pultimorc,
" Phila..
" New York.
wiiSTnor.Nii.
1 Oopm
HKipm
Ooopm
12120pm
7 lOpm
K flop in
11 UOpm
G UOam
No. 50
Iaily.
I 'J Ifuitn
7'JOim
!45am
I I 'J4aiu
f40pin
ItOOpm
7 .'loam j
11250pm
1 2 aramT
ri 5. 'tarn
8 lr.ani J
10 47am I
1 20pm t
No. 52 I
Lv. New York.
4:50pm
ti 57pm
0 ;topm
1 1 00 m
5 07nm
Phila ,
Baltimore,
Washintft'n
Lynchburg,
Richmond,
2 :i0ain T
Danville, H40pm M5nm !
Wiltniuwt'n
Ooldsboro,
Raleiih,
Salisbury,
. Ashevi'le,
Knoxville,
(imth mer. )
Itooam I I
230pm I 5opm
44tpin 1 oo.-tm
12 45am 1 1 1 25am I
7 2.'inm 4ttipm
2 10pm j 8 50pttl
. & S. R. R.
No. 5.1
Dailv.
; No. 54
I Daily.
shcvillc, Xrr. 7 60 p m
905 amLv
0 59 amIAr,
HendcrsonvUle, " I 37 p m,
12 2Q pmi " Spartanburg
jtv. 3 4U p m
JWl'KPHY KUANCH.
No. 18 I ( Daily except Sunday. No. 17
9 10 a m
1 1 1 0 a ni
5 48 p m
t 45 p m
Lv. Asheville, Ar.
Ar, WnynesviHc, "
" Jarrctt's, "
" Wcsttit Id, Lv.
3 55 p m
1 55 p m
7 00 a in
610am
Sleeping Car Service.
We take pleasure in announcing thi-tiinutiu-r
ititm of a daily line of elegant Pull'uan I'.uf
let Drawiuir Room Cars, between Hot Springs
and Asheville and Washington., D. C, Nov,
.), on the following schedule :
' No. 51
Arv' OlOpni
" I 4Mlipni
' 1 1 1 25 a 111
Lvil 1 OOpin
2 25pm Lv
1 54pm, '
7 1 2nml "
0 53am I Arr
Hot Springs,
Asheville,
Salisbury,
Washington.
Close and sure connect inns mad at Wash
ington for all points in the North and Ivfist.
The Pullman Parlor Car now biingopernt d
between Salisbury and Knoxville on these
trains will be discontinued after the com
mencement of the Sleeping Car run.
Nos. 5o and 51. Pullman Sleepers between,
Greensboro and Morristown.
W. A. WINBVRN. D. P A ,
Ahevill N C.
I AS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A ,
Washington, D. C.
FINEST FARM IN NOHTH CAROLINA
I OK HALi; !
The Lowndes plavv
In Transylvania. County.
fine of the finest apd best located farms in
We-tern N. C , ft miles from the thriving town
of Brevard, the county sent of this. Transyl
vania county. The buildings are all in good
n pair, consisting of h large two story dwell
ing house, with l.'t rooms, carnage house, ice
house, anil in fact, necc-sary outhuildiny
Storage room tor 1:50 tons of hay and s'a
bling for ion head of cattle A very substan
tial and convenient mule stable, with accom
modation for in mules.
This farm contains s;iu acrt. of which "Dir.
acres are bottom, lying on the Prcnch Broad;
river. Mid in a very hiirh stale ot cultivation.
11(1 acres ol this is well set in meadow ;reir
top i r herds grnss. of the remaining 5,tn
acres, mo acrts arc in upland pasture finely
set with a niixlure of grasses, Plenty of
handsome oaks for shade in pasture laud..
Bright running streams o pui e water in every
held. The remai der is in woodland, with
all the different varieties of timber locust,
chestnut, oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to.
good schools, churches anil postonVe. Daily
mail. Fifteen miles from Hendersonvillc and!
25 miles from Asheville. and on or very n-r
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, Ashe
ville and Baltimore railroad.
No such farm for its size can le found in this
State or nny other State, for value, beauty
ami ilcsirab lity every way.
For price and particulars apply to or ad
dress
Natt Atkinson & Son,
Ashevil'tr, N. L
P. S. Also two other small bu very doir.
able tracts near bv at low figure.
octio dtf
The Best are
the Cheapest,
HE" M"N'S
PATENT
CHAMPION SAFES,
Far re 11 & Co.,
Philadelphia.
mi'.'ll tK wiini
Kl-AL HSTATE.
W'Al.TKH H. (IWYN.
W. Y. Wiisr.
GWYN & WEST
!
(Successors to WaUcr B.(lwyn)
ESTABLISHED 188
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL ESTATE.
I.oaii8 Hecurtly Placed at 8
Per Cent.
.Votary l'uh.ic. CcimmiKsioncil, of IiceiN.
FIRE INSURANCE.
OFFICE-HouUieam Court Hquare.
ORTLANIt I1KOS..
Real Instate Brokers,
And 1 Investment s Agenttt.
Offices: 21 id 2rt I'atton Ave Scconii floor,
fcb!ld1y
Street Car Schedule.
Betfinniniff nt K.MS a. in. Kndinjr 10.30 p. m.
Car leaves Sntinr fnr llenut ovfrv hAHrfll
half hour.
Cnr leaves Snoare for M elite's 7 minute
after each hour.
Car le-tves Saunre for DnuhlrdBv T minni
after each half hour.
Car leaves Depot for Square 7 minutes be.
fore each hour and half hour.
Car lenves Mrlke's for Sounre 7 tninutMh.
fore each holf hour.
Car leaves Uouhleday for Square 7 minutes
lR'fore each hour.
Passengers from Uouhleday for Metfae'a,
and vice versa, transfer at Company s yard,
BftpKfiKe 2fl cents for each piece carried on
baifKaRi- car.
Waiting Room for Ladies at Meser. Her.
ring tit Weaver's, No. 3D PaUoo avenue.
Observe sifins on oucsldc of ear for its des
tination. Train car meets each train.
One valise allowed each passenger on pa,
enger car.
1Mb ASH B VI LA, B 8TKBKT RY, CO,
    

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