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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1890.
GEN. ROBT. E. LEE.
Monument to Ills Memory Uu-
veiled ut Richmond, Ya.
The National and Oonfedoato
The Late Confederate Capital Crowd
ed With Visitors.
Portrait, of Lsailsra f ths last h
Wrsataail lu Iniuiortollas Grand Pa-
rsste at Military an OWta Orasnli
UuM Synopsis 0 OukMMl Archur Au-
Richmond, Vi May 8t. With blare
of trumpet, bunt of drum ami the boom
ing u( camion the niunuwcut to Ufn,
Robert E. Lli, eruotajd, by tktt liulles of
the soath, was uuvoilml Thursday in
the prwwniw of a grvnt uiiiltituile of
people. The earlier trains from north
and soutli brought luuuy aucvssiuu to
m qmorntAii stattji or us.
the enurmcn crowd which fillwl the
city WwliiftiJay uLijht. The military
companies wore uu at the de-juts by
uitiiunurs of tho local milit.irv commit
tee ana escorted to tho gtmt exposition
DuiianiK, wlure most of tin i-mavti sol
diary were qiiaiturol. Ah tlm late trains
rriil, hnwvvur, the m'wtmmers were
wcnrUxl or tUrct-tml to the pi are of as
mublaR), whrptliuiisnii(ls wore ulrmdv
preparing fur tho dey's parade
oi,k,u Like- II II Id In I Kill.
Old Virginians likwn the Cunfmlvrate
eapitol to that mmiorahltt springtime of
iooi wneu me ray-nniroruil tr.sitis
vegan 10 gamer tor ftie long aud bloody
simple, u aix.s not nea a vivid im
affiliation t-i sou tliur tlm two picture if
yjm.-ti win oy sum, wonia Dear a o(n
cluee resemblum-A, for then, n on Thurs-
day, the busy thoronnlifares w.to tilliil
wltlj soldiery ami tin- stars and bar ha.1
already Ishmi Hung Ui thn hreuzo as tho
symbol of a new nmon of states, but
Thursday there wore a Imndml Confed
erate nuililonis where tlioro waa but one
twenty-nine year oko.
The street of the cily had been deco
rated very elaborately ami tastefully for
the oconsiou. r roni all tho tnisine
building were swung streamers fa
Wliich the etii.irn of the t'onfediTwv
blendi-d wlin the National einMcms. on
many buildings portraits of the leaders
of the list causo, wreathed in laurel
were promiiien-.ly displayed. On some
or the buildings were hung b ttle-fliigH.
tattred and worn, and an tho veteran
pasrvd beneath them on thnir wa. to the
place ef assemblage, they broke forth
law Dflartr cliis-ra.
nie gathering of the militia besan at
an wriy uuur m preparation for the pa-
The head of thn procession formed on
ismaa street, racing north, the left rest
ing on Auams street, f irst (nine a
quad of mounted police, then the Stoue
wall band, and following was the chief
maranal. Kx-Uovernor Fttshuirh I.
waaring a broad rellow snh a his badge
or oraoe, tils clitef of stall, Uen. John it.
Oooka, wearing a white aaoh. and the
raanthaVi aiiU. among whom weiv Sena
tor Uate. of TentHMM; Senator Colquitt,
01 unora.v oeuaior namnion. of .South
Carolina; Senator Rnuxom, of North
uaronna: Vh Hasil W. IJnke. of Ken
tnokr; tfcn. Eppa Uunton. of Virjrinia:
t.x-vovemor scajos, nf Aorth t arlina:
Qn. Joe Wheeler, of Alabxma, and
many other dwtin(ruibhed southern sol'
Following the marahnls were the car-
riafrei rontAinlng the mritod gnents in
ehanr of Capt. A. W. Oarbor; the vet
eran cavalry under the command of
Wen. Wade Hampton, and the b anners'
Alliance. Mounted on the other side of
iinwd street, under command of Geu.
Heth, were the veterans of Nort h Caro
lina, followed by the secretary of he
army and navy in Maryland, the Fred
eric county, .Maryland, veterans and
theyetnrans of the District of Colnin
bla. U'jund them and on the side
streets wure formed the other military
and riril orirauizittions which were to
follow in the parade. Among them
were eterns from Louisiana. Viririnia
and others of the southern states. Mil
itia oonipanii from every state In the
sontb, students from the universities of
Virginia, Catholic Union societies, the
city tire department of Richmond, aud
firemen from Newberu, N. 0.
Noon was the hour fixed for the pro
easion to move. I.otifr before that
time most of the militia companies and
civil soeieti. had formed in the places
lotted to them, and the chief mandisl's
aide were galloping backward and for
ward, bringing to hoadiuarters news of
the formation. It was nearly )2::i0
when word was bronght to Oen. Lee
that the parade was ready to move.
Turning to his marshals be gave the
eotaniaud to move, and the head of the
proosndim moved down Broad street.
Aa the veteran cavalry passed the vol
unteer troops, infantry, artillery and
cavalry fell into line behind them, fol
lowed by the Fanners' Alliance. The
state troojn were arranged in the order
of secession of southern status, Honth
Carolina berng in the lead and Virginia
bringing up the rear,
Each of the state contingent! carried
a distinctive banner. These banners
were furnished by the local committee
and they served fur the identification of
each state delegation. Of far mure in
terest to Urn throng that filled the
streets and looked down npon the pro
cession from wiudov.1 and nouse tone,
were the tattered and smoke-begrimod
war flags carried by the veterans,
Waving handkerchiefs and ringing
cksjeas from a tbotnand throats grouted
Aittlg bAf of S peouesiilon rods ex
Onvssaus , W nmusjad us a spirited
wife Hnd nods. ("not. Dan. Lee. wifu and
children, .Senators Dutler aud B.ixbour,
Darnel, Ki'imii and Pasoo, Oovernors
Fowle of North Carolina, Fleming of
Florida. Uichardson uf South Caro
lina, Misn Mddrod Lee, Miss Mary
L.eo, uen. v louiing, 01 wont Virginia;
Souatnr Reagan, of Texas, ex-poetinna-
ter geniTiil or the Uonrerieraoy, and
Uou. II. il. Walker, of Morrmtown.
"Uilp" rrodtioes Tears.
Ah the It ading carriage passed di
llroa strei't it was greeted with wild
tlcruoiiHirulloiM uy tne unoruious crowa,
Fair hands thing roses from the win
(Ioh-h, bunners were torn from the fronts
of the building and tossed high into the
air, and as t he luuid struck up the f a-
miliar nir of "Dixie" gray heads bowed
low aud soli tears coursed down furrowed
The pannge of the processional col.
limn thvuagli Uio principal strm-ts of tho
city was u coit'inned ovation. Its pro-
gross whs much unified oy f lie crowa
that HllH.1 the siriM'ls, and it wits
ucnrlv 2 o'cIikIc when the monument
At the Mnnuinsnt.
An enormous crowd was in waiting
there. A large stand erected in front ol
the aionunieut hail been reservel for
the distiiiguislied guests, the orators of
the day and ladies, it was well tilled
wheu file proccsKion arrived, and the
graua nuirNiutl iliniiiounted ana ottered
liis arm t Ueji. Ji ihn.nton to escort him
to tho sent reserved for htm.
W hou Uovornor Mckiiinrr, Col. An-
dersou and tlie other diHtingnUhed
guests ami otlicers of the orcarion had
taken I villous uu tlie frout of the
stand, tli" procewjon pase.Nl in renew
ln-forc tlioni. tho veteran infantry lead
ing and the vsoeran cavalrv and voluu
teur infautry biiuging up tfie rear.
lue uiluuu-y oi'g:uu.atioiis were
mausid ns ranldly as liosxilile in front of
the grand stand, the mounted veterans
in the left ntur the monument.. The
artillery t)"k p'.-ition in line wc.-t of the
infantry and f.H-ing the statue. The
volunteer cavalry formed fiK'iug the
rand stand. The arrangement of the
iiuims or peoiilu occupied iullv half an
When the orsniir.'ition was conitdeta.
and soiuef hing like uniet couhl lie had.
HmnriHir McKiuney, ,u. prwident of the
Lee MonnnuMit sss-'ia'ion. arose and
called the ais inblage to order. After a
brief invocation by Rev. Charles Min
nlgeTode, of the Kpiscoivil church, tjov-
urnor jlcKiniiev iiitr,sliic.Hl lien, harly
is chaiima'i of tlie nici'ting. He was
.rroetcd wIMi rolnngiHl applause aud
cheering. Takiug the gavel from tfciv
ernor McKinney's hand tien. Karly n
nouncixl in a lew well-chosen wonis the
orator of the occasion, Col. Archer An
4'olntu'l .nrt.'rian's Orstlun.
Col. Archer Anderson's oration, an
elalioriite pancgyiic, eloquently deliv
ered, was a couipreheiiHvu analysis and
brilliant twitrayal of tlie character aud
career of the famous ( onf -derate gen
eral. It delineated his los ial. moral
and intelliitiial traits, hie militarv
ichievenionte and his life work, which.
in the opinion of the orator, iiiuplv jus
tified lavish S'imiration of the if i cat
man who. in the union of militarv irrvnt-
ntMs with the noMi7,t juililic and private
-irtui-, pres- iitul that rare greatness
which men may newt honor in their
fellow-iueli. Virginia had proiluced
two .inch stainless captains. Tlie fame
of th one, (ieorge Washington, had
been conseoraiiil by a century of uni
versal rever, me und the growth of
colossal empire. The fame of the other.
ion. e, not yet a generation old and
won in a cau-fl wliu ti was loet. was
already eetaili-!i.fl upon a pinnacle
equal u tnnt et aeniiigton.
irgimas iiionumeiit todeoree Wash
ington had found its only filling ci.in.le
m, nt and coihi-anioii in tlie monument
to Leo. Following the storv of lt,ui.
Leo s later lile, when the greater ele
inouta ig tlie (.ontederate cliieriaiu
character npts-ared. Col. Anderson
spoke of his uobio person, his grace, his
social chiua.'ter, his pare life, "of that
inborn dnrtiity which, with a look
coniil cnifK tamilianfv or convey re-
bukoi oftliat manly beauty and com-
mnnuiiig iiresence tit tea alike to win
child or maiden and to awaken in the
sternest soldier, an expectation and
surrunce of pro-eminence and distinc
tieu. Ij. ths orator claimed, resanl
ed slavery as an evil which the south
liau innenteil, sill must lie left to mitt
gate ann ir rxmsiniH extlnat. uv wise
aud gradual measiins. and. when
obliged to umke his choice and take sides
in the irrepressible conflict. un more
painful struggle sver bore the heart of
patriot, inheriting alone with the
meet anient love of Uie Union a nara-
motint loyalty to his native state when
the time came in defiance of the tempt
ing of utubiliiia for ths command of
tlie L lilted .States eruiv was offered him
lie determined that flutv bade him
side with his beloved Virginia, hs laid
uown nis coinuiMsion ana solemnly de
clared bis nurrswe never to draw his
sword save in behalf of Ins native state.
roiiuwing tke vieissiludns of Lee'
geucieMiip in the late war, from the
beginning to tne end. where "the sur
render of the fragments of the army of
nuiiiiciu ij iiua ciueeti inr nupensn
ble record of his militarv life." thv
orator exclaiiunl: "What a ratastro-
ptiy I w tviit a moving and pathetic
contrast! On the one side complete
ana aazxnng tnumpn alter a Ions sue
nosxion of humiliating disasters, on the
otlier absolute rum and defeat, a crown
of thorn; for that peerless army which
nitiieiio nan Known only wie victors
laurels ! lint the mairnanimitv of the
coiiijuerer, not hs than the fortitude of
the VBniimslii'U. shone out on the solemn
wens und jofremsl its tragic outlines of
late and dutun, The moderation and
good sene of the northern people,
rest bin the large and generoiu air of
our western world quickly responded to
Oram's example: and thongh the north
was afterwards ls-t raved into fanatical
and baleful excess on more than one
great subject, all the Mercer passions of
I bloody civil war were r.nldlv aTln.
"Let this monument. " ulit P..1 An.
deraon lu his (leroratiun, "teach to gener
ations yet unborn thine liaierms of his
life. Let it stand, not as a record of
civil strife, bnt as a perpetual protest
against whatever is low and sordid In
our nrivato mid public object. Let it
stand as a memorial of personal honor
that nevor brooked a stain; of knightly
valor without thought of self; of far
reaching militarv veniiui nnanlM h
ambition; of heroic constancy from
whlnh no ctond of misfortune could ever
hide the path of duty.
"Let it stand for renroof or eensnrs if
onr people shall sink below the standard
of their father's. Let it stand for pa
triotic hope and cheer, if a day of Na
tional gloom and disaster shall ever
dawn upon our country. Let it stand
aa the embodiment of a brave and virtu
ous people's ideal lender. Let it stand
aa a great Dublin ant uf t.hiulnrivinir
and praise for that, it pleased Almighty
God to bestow upon these southern
atatea, a man so formed as to reflect His
attributes of power, majesty andsood-
Every point In Col Anderson's address
greeted with warm applause and
w . carriage were Governor
miauay. -(.yt Ajrjsm AiHlerson, the
SjWGjri Ojn. JnbsJ AVEarljr
j " -t; mm, i wi again until nal
in somecj the othw oarriage were ' throata were hoarse.
erol timet he waa obliged to suspend
bis remarks, while the crowd cheered
again and again. At the conclusion of
bis address a ware of applause swept
orer the crowd and rippled out again
u agun unui nana war area ana
When in a measure silence bad been
restored (ion. Joseph E. Johnson arose
from his seat behind the orator s stand
and leaving the platform walked toward
the monurncut. On either side walked
a veteran ex-CoufederiUe from the sol'
diers' homo Joseph Marion White and
J. J. O'Neil. Liis progress was greeted
with coutiiiuous cheering. Rouching
the foot of the monument lie took in bis
hand the eiul of t t Ions rove which
held the great white veil about the
The Veil Removed.
A gentlo pressure, and the veil parted
and, falling on either side, disclosed the
beautiful ontliues of tho statue. As they
oauie tutu view a shout went nn from
tlie assemblage in volume so great that
it almost drowned the latum of the can
non. In a minute, the whole assemblage
tsiil broken from the ranks and was
fljcMng abont the bnae uf the statue
chosriuK aud Uwsing hat, canes any
thing into tlie air. The crowd on the
platform responded with cheers and
waving of handkerchiefs aud flags. It
was a long time bef-M-e the crowd quieted
down and oifered Uovornor McKinney
and the oilier dislingnisrd people on the
Platform an opiNirtiimty to regain ineir
seats in th carnages which wore to hour
them back to the cily.
lie Did Nat Know.
In a STicech ir tde at the rennlon of
Pickett cauin. Coiifcdorate veterans
Weiliiesilny n' ,at, Oeu. Roeser said if
Lee had known what the hurrors of re-
constnioiein would 1st, be would not
have surrendered at Aplsiuiattox.
WASHINGTON POST'S COMMENT.
Memorials to leaders of the Lost Cause
Csn llo No Harm,
WiSillNiiToN, May HI. The Tost, in a
leader on the uuvcrtiugof the Lee statue
at Richmond, says:
The Post Ik not of those who hold that
because of tlie soiilli'slMmtUilv to the Fed
eral union, she is i hereby debarred from
paying memorial tribute to her fallen
lenders: or t hat because the issues of the
won which she fought and lost are
dsd: lliu brave men who fought and lost
with her should therefore be buried in
uuglecied gmvusand out of remembrance.
mi let tlie statue be un
veiled in ail Its luajenlio proiortlous
midst music, oratory and heroic ouci
Il will uot shame tbe sunlight. It will
not endiiu,-ur the lltierttes of the people.
It will uaue no psli iot to draw a bated
hrualh. It will shock no manly sensibil
ity. It will simply show that the south
retains a gnwcrul appreciation of her
noblest son, and comumtidM his name to
he muse of hUiory us worlby of exalted
FRIENDS TO HIS RESCUE.
Another I nu r like IliU llulil not lluvr
Smell a ond Kmllng.
CBAWFimnvii.t.E, Oa., May !jn. Tliit.
place nirin-lit'tl n email seiwiiion to the
iiilsMe worm the otlier dny. A young
man rcci-i, rc.l at the I raw fonlville
Iioum'. us Mr. II. .lames, and said he was
a siscal agent of ,1. S. Itenn, in Atlanta.
ml was canvassing for the lVnusvlvania
Mutual liiMirance company. lie was
well dressi'd. and pn-senteil a good ae
H'.iriiiiiv. Kjirlv in the forenism he -
plh'd at a livery stnlile for a horse with
which to canvass the comity. The con
veyance was secured, and the youue
an startol out.
Ijiter in the day ft teleemm was re
el veil In re, from a hotel at Norwissl.
saving. "ArnM the young man. and
hold linn until further orders.' He had
kipis'il the Norwuisl hotel lenvimr a
Isiard bill unpaid. This crentisl a small
ripple, ami soon the yoiingktr was well
ni-li Ileum of tiy every one.
Mieritt .i..nian mmictiuitciv started in
pursuit of him. Ily II o clis-k in the after
noon Mr. Cooer. the sheriir and the
young man all atrivisl in Madison, It is
said that the young man (who registered
ns Smith tit the liolel in Madisoiil tried
Vi sell the horse, but was run iism bv
his pursuers. He has relatives in Madi
son who nunc to his rescue und compro
mised I lis- trouble, the sheriff returned
with the horse, while Mr. t isiner return
ed to Norw.ssl and left the young mull
logo on ins wav rejoicing.
He give his ritht name ns Wright, and
is only iiIhiiiI 17 years old. If he tries
another cnr like this he may not come
otf so well. His father is said to ls one
of the Is-st men of Iteach IMaml, 8. C.
and stands well in Ins community.
and for full information address f ha
niuprtnn I and Un
i iiiruiiuii buiiu uuip
J I I
-A. PAKRISH, Prcsident,-
Coino to tlu Ifinliiij;' Dry
(Jootls House wlicrc you will
nlwii.vs find a jidod stoi k of
)iy (looils to solcct from.
Consist in ; of Hi-illiiintiiii's.
( 'jisliniorfs, Stithies, C S In
nuns, Lawns, .Muslins. TnJ
ile Lin 'ii, Towtls. &., anl
ovei v tiling- in (lie Dry (!ools
An endless variety of Pur
sols from the cluMpest to
We liave tho variety ami
isu isit i til
JOSTIC IMtOS. & WUKillT,
No. 1 1 X. Court Square.
tUDtmrswa nLEN ROCK HOTRI
send dtreet to fawtory. enclosing advemssa . J"s ataa
in iuo jt ccc oi central jfaHKcner ucpot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
titsi ir Tnssw mffi I
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OCNTLKNItN.
Fine Calf, Reay Laeed Orala aad CrsedW
ifhi in in wonn.
4.IHI HAMl-SBWKK tVM.T HIIOK.
:l.ftO rill.K'K AMI rAHMK.Ra' jllOB.
J. 80 KXTHA VAI.UF AI.K SHOE.
4.0.1 and 4I.7S IIOVH' SCflOOl. MUOU,
an msiie is KiDgrvM. nunon sua ua
I.7S MHOS FOR MIHHKS.
Best Material. Heat Rifle. Best FlrtfaSb
W. A- ItifcaUa. Brack to a. Mass. tM
I. I.IO .141, m
Who II. , til. These Tlrketsf
Macon, (in.. May :i. The drawing of
the Veteran's n.-sociation for the iW
city of Silicon Isind ami ."itl in gold, has
just come on. I he isind was won hv
No. am. and No. l.U won the ISVI in mild
Tickets representing tlum- numls'is were
villi, hut it is not known who holds them
The sTsnns holding these tickets ran
gel their prizist tiy prieiiting them to
Mr. Sioimons. who works at the sirrl
cultural works m this city, was badly
nun. a rip saw witu winch lie was
working. Iiroke. cutlliur linn in several
places anil tliriiMini: a large splinter into
ins siae, in. lupines lire very severe,
The Ijicbile flour mill, a flve-storv
building nt the corner of Ninth and Sou-
lard streets. St. Isuus, has Isvn dmtrov
ed bv tire. It was splendidly eouiiiDed.
aim vaiumi ai eiu,vs.
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
A false flag means a rotten keel below.
One thorn of exnerletice is worth a whole
wuduruuss of wsniuig.
Try to regard present vexations aa von
win regard tuuiu a mouth Bonos.
Tbare is no surer way of bavin averr.
body's help than by Irvine younelf to hrlo
His world Is like a looking slaas. Lausfa
at It and It laughs bm'kj frown at it and it
Tks ohlef secret of comfort lies In not suf.
ferine trlflra to vex us, and In cultivating
our unuergrowto oi small pleasures.
Self culture Is the storage of Dower. It
will Intrralune a uian to a larger and mere
beautiful world than Idleness aud utnorance
Tbs Infliction of vein as a punishment Is
oniy jiuiiiimi wiinn Me lutllctur Is eertalo
or ss nearly certain as cau be that the pain
win us imiuuctive or gouu.
Tsks time: It Is no use to foam or fret, or
no ss the angry housekeeper who has got
hold of the wrong key, and pushes, shekel
anil rattlus It about the lock until both are
broken and the dour la still unopened,
It Is the habitual tliomrht that frarcaa Is.
sslf Into our life. It effects us even more
than oar Intimnte social relations da Our
confidential frauds have not so rnnob to do
in iHiajjiug our urna aa moilKUts uave WDICO
To try ton hard to make people good Is
onswsy tomnketnem worse; the only wav
to Disks gixsl is to he good remembering
wen tns Oram and the mote. The time for
peaking comes rarely; ths time for being
dstst us pans,
Sdsntista declare that veils are in furious to
tbs STarlght, and Dllfklni ssrs Its a f sot that
there Is nothing harder on a man's syss thsn
a veil which looks as if there were a pretty
face behind It. Bvnhanga.
Mr. Cicero tlnrkcrof Salisbury. N. C
snys, when the choice nf a blood purifier
is left to him by Ills customers he
nlwnys gives the preference to Mrs. Joe
to sell at a low
a J'tAnAAAnjrwuuirvruviJv J9
thv i n t u r rttiult nl
liiiludini: line llremlu., Iluttons mill llrm-r
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Kraanlleas of cost, aa we liiUml In the future
to keep nolhliik- hut Solid (Sold and
BtcrluiK Silver Ji-wrlry.
ARTUiin m ncm
nn i hum mi i H.LIJ
CAR UR CUCI CD
Soutb Nalu tit. AMlievillc.
W.A.l.LAIK. J.V. IWlOWX.
No. 3a Pattou Avctiuc,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo are now ready, and in
vito our friends and tho pub-
it; generally to call and ox-
ainine our well hc'Iooum! stock
Which wo nro offering: at rock
bottom pricoH. Undertaking
a Hpecial feature. Culm at
tended day or night. "'
Telephone, day 75, night 03.
liLAIR & BROWN.
A modem firnt rliur) hotel. Hot nml cold wntrr nnd l-nthn und Uiilt-tN un every ; floor,
l.lri'ltic belli In every room. Oiwn Arc in ortice uml Krntei in ik-i! ruatriH. tHlnv, iliniiiu
mom, lunch counter. cfKnr nnC mwimtnnU nmllinrHiul hi 1 1 lard room on fimt floor, lilee
trie street ram pans door every 20 minutes. KirhmonU nnd Dimvillr rutin mil vutiiiK houne,
minutes for meals.
RATES, $t.oo PKR DAY.
A. G. IIALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. . HRVAN and WAI.TIIR IjRI-KN, ClerkH.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short illstanrr from tin-fool of the I'lnnnclc of the lllur KIiIkc from hl. h tmlsnmlv
lirrriraarrconstnntly lilowina-. The ecrnrry is ili lim'um'. wnlks wilil unit vioiiil. ami
water pure and almnilnnt.
litiiia watlik a i'hw htufh i'kom i'kiist inmik.
i;i.i!l'tkic iiki.i.h and iiatii koii.mh.
hikciai. hti;h .ivi:n to 'amii.ii-:m.
Onens June iHt. for Terms), mid rr art
J. BILOW i:ilWIN, Frnprlelor.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO,
Wratrrs North Carolina IHvlsina.
I'AKKUNCIiR TRAIN KCHItlUXIt
lis KrpsvT Manh U.1I
T.llll MfHlllnn time nar.1 w-llra uol othrrwhs
I inn h Hur l
" New Vorli,
I Nn. n:i
I.r. New Vurk,
Nn. 86 I "
aim nmll.v. Ilel Hiirmas,
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(tn.'tnm 6 4Uim
S:iOim SI Asm I
I 'J uupm 1 1 If hniim
II liopmi lo7in
naoaml I uiiiim
No. no I No. nil
I wily. I Dully,
II anmll m
n vopml All7am
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sio p m
7imi p m
nii7 p m
S4o p tn
MIIMI'll V IIKANCH, '
No. isllllsjty exerpt anniiay.TFNo. 17
9lllsmll.v. Aahrville. Ar. I annum
lllOamiAr. Wnyneavllle, "linnpm
!IA4 pnil " llivson Cily, " 1)411 a m
nnim" W'ealflrld, I.Y.I 0 lo a m
Nn.. nil anil fit . Pullman Hlrrnrra lietwrrn
Creenslmro nml Morrlslown
Nns. R'J anil na Piillmnn tlulTrt aieeHn
Cars ls-l'n lint Kprlniia anil Waahinalon.
Aahrville la llrrnafaat Htatlon for No. (to,
inner " " nn.
llkkury Is " ' " " (la.
W. A. WINHIIHN, P. P A.,
Aahrville. N. C.
JAH. L. TAVLUH.O. I'. A.,
waantnaina, li. i:.
Aahevllle, N. C, April II, 1NNU.
The enpartncrahlp heirtiifore eilatlnx lie
twern the nntler.lsnef1, ander the arm name
of PUI.1.IAM A CO., Is this day dissolved tiy
mntiist ennaent The dctits tint by said firm
will lie paid by Lawrence I'ulllam, and the
drlit. due tn said firm will Is? inld to him
anil the business continued by him.
1). C. WAIIHULl..
To our patrons of the past t
I save this day sold my Intrrrat snd (noil
will In ths Insurance business la Aahevllle to
Lawrence Palllam, who will contlaut the
baslaess. t bespesk for him a continuance
of your patronage.
aprlt dnod .
Billlor Aahevllle Cltlieol
That our many frlenda may know hnw wc
arc Retting on we will state that we took la
In Hotel and store
9,ooo In vivc Week.
Took In Inat Saturday over 7oo. $711 of
thnt wsa hotel, balance store. Hotel rr(!a
tcrrd as thnt day. II nil O.iMMI arrivals In
0 months. Our at ck Is mammoth OlKI fret
lon and III for t wide. Tell the lialance of
the world tn come and see "(ltd Chcd" smile,
and buy good of us and save 10 to HO per
no vIS. dtf I. R. CIIUtlKKTRR Ik BUN.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reems Creek Wnnlea Mills.
North Msla Aahevllle. M. C
A WIND STORM
May Come nnd go, nut arc Here to Sell (.oods) and arc
(.oluo; to Hell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WK SAID?
We huvc Htraw Hals I cent to (Ml cents each. Kplcnilld line of Kh.ira iiiuiH limn any
other house ace them. Muc and Ten (Junrler Hhirtinu tiy the raw. I'rinta, (llnKhnms,
Ice, Kc, nt nny iirlce you would ask them. Home all Silk Urrsa ('.noils in cents icr yanl.
Would say more tiut this will convince you.
Ashcvillc Dry GooUh Co.,
J. II. ItoWUI.I., Mnnnurr.
At nlil alnnil, 1st ilonr ImIow l-rnnlmnn r Co. 'a llnnlwarr Htnrr.
V WINE AND . LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN TIIK HTATK.
FINE SAMPLE AND 1III.LIAKD ROOM.
j. 4. hahuiu.dt. '..'.'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
MUSIC HOUSE TALK
I KNOW Thnt nnv limn ninv write fur entiilinnw.H vuiow
mid tcniiH to tho inainifiictin'eiM nnd iiiukh:
Iiouhch of the eountry ;
I KNOW-Thntthi.iSTKINWAY 1'JANO m the iwknowl-
edfred Stindnrd of tho world, und tliut I have
, the njfency for it.
I KNOW That 1 huve OrirniiH und 1'iaiioH coiitinuullv in
Htoek to plenHo nil bona fide purchnsers.
I KNOW Thnt I nm nnxioim to uleiiHe overvliodv with
m 4 "a -
my pi'ieeH and nil
I ASK Is that you irivu ni n trial.
Cs FAI.K, as North Main St.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Us dally, cicrpl Mumlaya, from 10 a. m.
until I p. m., and 4 until 6 p,
nc terms 01 aunwripiiiin aniline year
"i ai.oui a not, at 1 1 mo., oiicts.i
dally a Ms.
Officers for isoo I're.lnVnt. CHarlra w.
Woolaey Vlcr l'rr.lilcnt, Thus. A. Jones 1 Hrc.
amlTreaaurer, U. H. Wst.ooi Lllirarian, Mlas
H. J. IIStcB.
Cltlwni and visitors art ronllsllv Inrltrd
to In.pect ths cataloaus and lascrltx their
aamssas member.. JaaSOdtf
Street Car Schedule.
B Rlnnlng at 7 a. m. Kmllnn lo.txi p. m.
Car leaves f)iiisra ftir all points on the
hour, and twenty snd forty minutes there
Hrhrdule enrs connect at Hiisare,
Trala car and tisgunge car aiset ever
trala. One vsll.c sltowcd each paswnMec.
ItnKKSKc trnn.fcrrcd from all point. In the
city for an cents.
THB ANIIBVI1.LK HTMKBT RV. CO.
New house, newly ftirnl.hcil, all modern
Improvements, Uiw rooms, ood table.
33 College St.