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THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 18fK).
The man who went out to
milk and satdown onaboul
der in the middle of a pasture
mid waited for tlw vow to
bark up to him, was tlw eld
est brother of the man who
kept store and did not adver
tise, l teen use lie ivasoned tlta
the nuivnshimr rmbhc wouh
back up to his place when it
wan red souier lung.
The Aht'vilk Daily ami
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TIIl'RSDAY, OCTOHIvR 10, 18U0.
The North American Review.
This ninL'iuiiic fur October is lie-
fore us, mill vvrv pleasant (mil instruct
ii'K rcailiiiu it Kivis us, us usual. Tin
contents cm brace nine leiuliiHj urti
eles, to three of which we will briefly
refer. That of Mr. James Bryce
member of the Hritish I'lirlianu-nl
nml author ol the 'American Common
wealth, liy tar the lust lureiun view ol
American institutions we have had since
tie TocqtievitleVDcmoenicv in America,
rtlatitiK to the Siicukersliiii of our House
of Kcprtscnlutivcs, has interest at the
present time as tknioiiKiratiiiK to the
American public liow the autocratic
Sx.-akcr Reed iiienis to the eye ol an in
telligeut and iinpurli.il loiciKiicr. lie
tween British uml present American
usage there is a contrast in fairness and
consideration lor the rights ol the minor
ity greatly in favor ol the former. In
that, the minority are ai.su ned to have
rights w hich are entitled to protection
troin a dominant anil aggressive major.
ity. Thcrclorc, the Speaker is always a
noll-pnrusau otliicr w hose duty and in
elinatiuii it is to see that luitucss is ob
served and justice done. In our House,
on the contrary, the snakei is always a
partisan, and "lor many purposes, tlu
leader ol the majuiity." In Mr. Reed's
case he is the absolute dictator, both to
his own parly and over the opposi
tion, denying absolutely to the latter
"lull and lair discussion of the questions
to lie decided, not simply tor the sake ol
the so-called rights ol the iiiiuoritv, but
lor the interests ol the whole people
whom the assembly repicseuls." tl
this liiudumeiital principle of parliamen
tary right has been violated, the practice
ol the congress just uiljourned presents
numerous and continuous instances. As
Mr. Ilryce intimates, the majority ab
sorbs all power, and denies all right to
the minority, pursuing its purpose witl
relentless tyranny, never lor an instant
pausing until it had obtained every cui
at which it aimed, in violation of all
right, law, precedent and the require
ments of the constitution. According U
Mr. Hryce our majorities have regard
solely to themselves, and look upon mi
noriliesus lawful, dctcncclcss prey. II
wclljlluslraics the relative position ol
the two when he says "the harcmight as
well hope that the huntsman would call
olT the hounds us the minority ex)ect the
Sjieuker to restrain an impatient major!
The picture, true as it is, would have
been more striking if Mr. Ilryce had
painted Mr. Sicukcr Reed ferociously
urging on the hounds. iintictuous to run
down and kill the game with not the
faintest impulse of fairness or generosity.
"Those American gil ls in Unroiie," is a
vivacious urtieie ny Madame Adam, a
Trench lady fully fascinated with the
beauty, grace, accomplishments and style
of the American girls who have upset
all the social gravity of Hurow und de
fied nil its conventionalities, taking tin
men captive by the Ircsluiess and origi
naliiy ol tlieir varied equipment ol
charms, nml annihilating the women by
he audacity ot their game. For it is a
game the American girls are playing, and
a very humiliating one for nominally
plain untitled Ameiieans to play; a game
for rank, title, social position ill which
everything distinctly American is sacri
heed. The purpose of the American girl
in going to liiiroiic, according to Mudutnc
Adam is the avowed one of winning an
aristocratic position. To Ik successful she
must be rich: for unendowed lieuuty
wins to it no honorable adoration nf the
"The American girl must be rich; for
she has an insatiable desire to spend;"
and "poverty in Kurope is scorned; uml
to effect a sntcof republican indeptndence
mid respect, thecandidate for uristocratic
attainment must bear in her hand the
golden cquivileut ol colossal wealth; a
dismal, but abundant picture of the fa
thomless descent from that stately ances
tral pride based upon worth nnd char
acter and unselfish service of the republi
The "Peculiarities of the South," by
Prof. Shnlcr, of Harvard, is a fairly good
presentation of the distinctive features of
the North and South. It is a little too
putronizing in tone, as if the South, after
all, when studied and known, proves not
greatly inferior to the North, either in
morals or manners. Me satisfies himself
that the marked distinctions between the
sections are to be uscribed to the chang
ing conditions of thought about the time
of the colonisation of the present United
States, the New England element reaping
all the advantages of the "new birth" of
political and religious freedom, while the
Virginian, or Southern, element clung
tenaciously to old feudal instincts. Out
of these differences grew up that view of
' personal honor, the vindication of which
wss not set against life in New England,
while in the- South it was valued and de
fended above all priceless possessions.
Prof. Slmler is just to the Southern slave
holder in his view of the relations be
tween master und slave, governed not
only by interest, but by tender aud gentle
consideration for the negro as u human
being, originally barbarousnnd ignorant,
He says: "When we consider the previous
condition of the African ruce, we are
forced to admit that a vast amount of
really profitable education has been given
to their peonle. If may lie con
sidered doubtful whether nn utterly for
eign nnd savage race such as the African
could have been domesticated under any
other system than that afforded by the
revived feudalism of the South."
We commend this view nnd this state
ment 10 the compatriots of Prof. Shnlcr,
who totally ignore the Iwncficent, if nee-
essurily sometimes harsh, agencies which
have lifted the Alrican from the position
the race still holds in its native land to
that which demands his present equal
status with a race, which, by its own
unaided, though long continued, efforts,
is the master race of the world, the cren
tor and upholder of that civilization
which has made the self-government ol
man possible and practicable.
Heattle aud that Sort ofTliluir
Mr. Hobgood's description of Scuttle
in vesterduv's Citizkn reads like an ac
count of a creation ol Aladdin's lamp,
Something must probably be allowed for
the niiilicd mountain air that sweeps
dowu from the mounriiins nnd exhilar
ates unduly the citizen who sits down to
convey his impressions of a city that
needs a new census not of Mr. Porter s
kind daily. Somewhere of late we have
rend that Seattle was a municipal soa
liubble;aud let not the young Carolinian
who lias travel and change buzzing in
his brain forget this: that every known
part of this j'lolie, however, delightful in
general, has its drawbacks. If it is not
me thing it is another. Paradise has
not vet been located, even iuVushington
Help It AlOtIK,
It is a matter lorpubliccongrntulatioii
that the Y. M. C. A. has so soon sue-
eded in taking iH'rmancnt root in Ashe-
ville. Conducted along the Hues made
familiar bv similar associations else
where, but with notable lilivralitv for a
ity of this size, the association has
already done a public service in attract
ing so many young men to surroundings
that cannot fail to influence for good,
livery ierson in Ashevillo should do all in
his power to hold up the hands of the
Cot.. I'l.i.ioT F. SiiKl'AKli has been sus-
H-ndccI tor ten days from the sacred pre
cincts of the I'nion League club for prilli
ng club secrets in the Mail aud Express.
What a varied, what a picturesque uss
this colonel is! What u procession ol
sses in fact! And how comical that he
loes not know that he is an ass, but
thinks he is n journalist !
A I IKK alarm system that docs not
ilarm is something alarming. The "na
tural depravity of inanimate objects" is
-omething our city ollieials must tuke
into consideration in this connection,
ind by fieqiicnt tests make sure that we
arc not being lulled to a sense ol protec
tion by a system that may give out at a
If 1'hi siih:nt Hakkison wishes to do
himself and the country a service that
will not soon be forgotten, let him name
provided he cannot bring himself to
contemplate n democrat in this connec
tion W. (J. Grckhnm for Justice Miller's
place on the supreme bench.
77B L.XTIiST AC US
FKO.M tioKTll CAK0UXA
Evangelist File's meetings nt Rnndlc-
man started off with 3,(100 in attendance.
All the cotton and woolen mills closed
It can now lie said that there is no
unemployed labor in the state. Every
person available for duty on the farm it
Mr. Peter M. Wilson, in sneaking of
V inston s land boom, said he had sold
at private sale in two days property to
tne amouni oi $io,uou. inat is inneeii
The Inoir Topic snvs that Old Itule,
a mule left nt General Patterson's by
Stoncmmi when he made his raid down
the Yadkin, died, lust week, ut the resi
dence of S. L. Putterson, aged Mo years.
Governor Powleiu his speech opening
the state lair made an interesting ixnnl
regarding the negroesof North Carolina
und Massachusetts. He showed from
the census thnt while in the latter state
ne negro out of every 17Hwns in prison.
in .Mir tu luroiinn one out ol cverr 021
One of the most noted gatherings of
r-1 . . : : .. v . i. c i : . :
v orinuoiiB in coim vuruiinn in iiiiiny
years was the session of the Tar-River
llnptist Association, which met in Green
ille, .. C, last Wednesday night nnd
adjourned Sunday night. Just sixty
years ago fourteen Baptist workers met
ii eiiv luwtt oi wrcciiviur nuu orgmnscu
he .North Carolina llnptist State Con
Mr. lim Russell, whose house nnd
barn the Cabarrus und Union line divides,
was on Inst rriday thrown out of a
buggy and futallv hurt. No bad bruises
or broken bones could be found, nor wns
he iniured internally, but his whole body
from head down was paralysed. He
was conscious up to Saturday, when he
died. Mr. Russell was about OS yenrs of
If the report is true, nnd there seems
to lie no clount ol it, west Nchcnck, a
man running a government distillery in
South Rowan county, willbecalled onto
answer a charge of murder. Friday
evening Schcnck gave a five year old col
ored boy three glasses of mean new com
whiskey to drink and forced him to drink
hem. The little fellow was thrown into
he most violentconvultions. from which
he soon died. Our informant snys that
the authorities are after Schenck. Con
The gin of lohn P. Hunter, in Meek-
lengurg Friday was being run at full
fieca when the engineer heard some one
lout out an alarm. The machinery wns
at once stopied, and Mr. Hunter inves
tigated the cause. A sickening sight met
bis gate, Wrapped around the short
was the mangled body of a little ne.ro
boy. The body was fust a mass of bones
and pulpy flesh, and fragments had been
thrown here and there about the gin
nouse. I he uoy was named Cochrane
and was fourteen years old. A set screw
ill the shafting hnrl caught the boe's
pants. Winston Daily.
A PRACTICAL ILL1STHATION,
Why we Are Mot MuceeHnrul In the
Prom a Hiteevh by Hcnntnr Vance,
The farmer goes to Liverpool with
wheat, and oilers it to an Unglish broker.
The broker snvs, "yes, I'll buy your
wheat, what is the price?" "One dollar
XT bushel," says the farmer. "Well,
what kind of goods do you want ?" says
the broker, "I can't take goods, 1 must
have the gold," says the tanner. "1
have no gold, hut 1 have iron goods and
woolen goods, you need them, why not
buy?" "Well," says the fanner, "this
is the reason: My country will not lei
me. If I were to buy woolen cloth of
von, say 500 vurtls, my govo-nniem
would take 475 yards of it for tax; the
tariff is 01 per "cent. If I should huv
$1(0 worth of iron, it would take $,16.0H
of it lor tax. I can't stand it." The
poor farmer has to put his wheat on the
American market nt seventy-five cents a
bushel, nnd buvs his iron aud woolen
goods of the home mumilacturcr at lugn
Some people think KnghindMuust get
her bread here. This is a mistake. Ol
laws have forced England to encourage
the production of wheat, and has greatly
reduced the amount she must purchase
In the Hands ofMoiiopollHtu.
Chsrles Codntnn uf MnimiK'htiHelts.
The republican party is in the hands of
the great sheep raisers and silver kings of
the west, of the owi crs ol iron and coal
mines, and of some ovcrprotected man
ulncturers in the Knst. It is from these
sources that the money conies that is dis
tributed by IHidlty to purchase "floaters
m P ocks ol live: and it is wnn tnesc
,iti flint Mum- tiinUi-a hi bnrerains. and
it is bv their good will that he holds the
place ol duel manager ot that party, to
the shame ami humiliation ol all I lie lion
est men who still liclongto it.
"The CIlUen'H" NuuKeMllon.
From the IIIUNtriaed American.
And if we must have tawdry common.
nlaccs uttered in nouor oi iiic neau in
Congress, let them he made as short us
Hissihfc, so as to not interfere with more
innortant business. It has liecn sugges
ted that some Sunday might be set aside
for thecxivliisivc puroseof eulogy. The
idea is a good one. The prosiest sermon
could not lie more somnolent than these
iianruvrics. llather our statesmen to-
get her on the dav ol rest, and let them
uiov a rclresliiuu sliunlier under the
icatilic influence of the eulogist.
He Wiisaslnle KlitlilH Judge.
'nun the SprinKileltl Kcpiiliiii-itn.
Alllionith writint; tunny ol lite iin,t ftt
rtant oi iiioiim, nml Innal.t iniluetieiiii: the
he.iil'lKemrni, nl'lhr eonrl tliroiiiill hit 'JS
vrnrs ol mi-rvu-e, this nni-t remain nts not
nspiciotiM m rvicv that, at it time when
the linlnnee struck l,v the cout-iitlon I-
een the powers at tin- kiiiIi-4 nml the un
ion wnn in ilutiKcr ol lieini; weil nwn.v !
momentary popuifir it-rang. uti.r Miller
irnve his weighty jiHlmeiil, even itqnini! his
polticnl pniuthern. for iln-ireervuiion ol the
essentials of the old stcm.
irover Clevvland ut st lullc
It ii only fair to suy he looks etmne!v
wt-ll' thnt In-U elt-nr-eyrn Hint of heitllhv
imolexioti; not chaKn-il in any respect
within the last two yenm. Ills favorite Itev-
entire was that which 1 inont fashiomiMe In
hllnili-luhin nml which has long sustained
the philosophy nf Mr. ChiMs' Aiotllnri.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part til the city, ni-ar the cotton factory.
Apply to W. M.Jakvis,
at llcarden, Rankin & Co.'s or to C. G.
Iieir. Stanley's Creek, N. C.
A rrrnm of tnr tnr huh Inn imwilrr. HlKhti"t
or nil in IrnvrnlnK utrrngth V. H. (lovcm
mint Krpurt. AuuuM 17, Inhh tiilv2Hrilr
All iiersons are notified thnt alt lands he-
Innuinit tu the Wist Ah ville liniiroireme:t
Compnnv nml II. S. Carrier, In the vicinity of
ine puipnur fpntiKS and west Asnevuie, are
poNleit. H. U VAKKIIIK
I'M) Til It I.AIUKH.
Mailnme M. P. Otnlth, of T onth Main
street. over l.nw s store. hns returnetl to isew
York to Iny in nn eleijiint line of Ane millin
ery goo'tri lly Novemtier I these tcomls will
lie tiient'il nml an eshilill m her artistic wiift
mmle. Also HrstiiaM dresw making, lies!
Real Kntate Agent.
AND I.OAV IIROKKM,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'S BOOK STORE)
Money loaned and well secured at H percent
Real tlstate hoittcht and sold at mthllc and
Erlvate sale. Kenta eolleetrd. I cnnilueted
eal I'state and Auction hulness In Chnrlrs.
ton. a. C, trn years, and will give prompt
attention 10 an tiuniness put in my cnarae,
News and Heutliiieiit and the
Bent Family Journal In
The weekly edition ol the Hnrlii'Actd
t Muss. I Repultllean, recently enlarged to 111
pattcs nr columns, affords the best wcktr
newspatier and lamlly Juurnal combined In
the country. It Is ably sn1 carefully edited
In addition to a full re vie of the newt every
week, It furnishes a vast amount of Interest
tlnjc, entertaining and valuable reading mat
ter, embracing a rich literature department,
stories for the young and old, sermons and
religious newt and dlscuHRlrm. special corres
pondence, well written iditorlala, a depart
ment for women, another for farmers, news
of the theaters and sports, original and se
lected poetry, frequent telal articles, etc.,
etc, It Is sold for
ONLY i A VKAR,
or 1 0 cents a month for shorter periods, and
for a free sample ropv. All tnlwcrlptloni pay
able In advance.
Address THK RRPT'll.fCAN,
sentfldfltwJt eVrinirneltl, Mass,
Anburban residence, on. mile IVnm elt na
Merrlmon avenue road, handsomely ' and
completely furnished and equipped i esnulalte
vlewi extensive aroundai two fresh lerw
coxa 1 winter gsrdra : horses and vehicle. If
desired. tVone..loo given 1st of November.
Owner oeeunvtnte In summer anlv would
mM P"""' arrangement with party
desiring a winter residence. Address
seutudtf p. o. luck buX 832.
Hundreds are taking ad
vantage of the "Grand Open
ing" which continues at Bos
tic Bros. & Wright's. The
building aH yet is oien, ex
posed to dust, wind and cold
waves, but these monsters of
opposing elements are being
met with a heroic effort on
the part of the occupants.
True, we are sacrificing prof
its, but we fire determined to
sell the goods. You get the
benefit, lou make your
memorandum at once for
shoes, hats, shirts, hose,
dresses, sheetings, blankets,
trunks, domestics, window
curtains and everything else
you will need this winter and
save big money at
Bostic Buos. & WituiiiT's,
Fronting Court I'lace.
V. A. Bi.aih. J. V. Bhown.
No. 31 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLB STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
it mine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Tails at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire ntttrh ol
Plated Jc welrj ,
laetedlnjc Anc Brooches, Buttons mmd Brae.-
1-3-0 HE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Regardless of cost, as we Intend la the future
to keep nothing bat Solid Gold and
Sterling Mirer Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
Houth Slain St. Anherllle.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., (Y.M.C.A. ROOMS. )
Open daily, except gnndaya, from 1U a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 6 until 7 p.
The terms of snhsciiptloa are: One year
f 3; A bum., $1.80; a mo.., ft 1 1 tno., 80cts.;
dally 3 eta.
Officers for IHUU Hretddeat, Charles W.
Wonlaey ; Vice-President, Tbos. A. Jones : arc
and Treasurer, D. S. Watson i Librarian, Mlas
B. j. Hatch.
to Inspect the catalogue and
names a. members
(ttuccensors to llalrd Rietor.)
No. a8 North Matin Street.
HI'I'IIKIOR PI.OUR MANl'PACTI'HHD
HOK OI'K TRAUB, ALL aiZIIR.
VE SELL FOR S3.40 PER HUNDRED.
RegHonlng to-daff the baggage business for
merly carried oa br The Asuevllle Street Rail
way Company will be continued by the an
derslgned under the same of
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER CO.
I will be glad to serve my friends, and will
promise prompt attention to all orders en
trusted to me.
Office at Street Railway Company's office.
Telephone No. 16. Respectfully,
B. M.JONB8, A.enl.
September 19, lttfO.
THK KQUITABXH LI Fit
K. D. Monroe, Aft.,
Asheville, N. C.
Office S3 South Mala street. aalt dtf
WK ARE HAPI'Y TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WB HAVE THIS WlilvK IN
CREASED THE CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES OK OUR
WE HAVE SECURED SEVERAL
HIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY TOGIVE
OUR FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINE QUALITY, AT VERY REASONA
BLE RATES. CALL IN AND SEE 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 X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
jo Patton Avenue.
K. H. HHITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.OER,
Also grniiiig of all kind. done. All order,
promptly Ailed and work guaranteed. Can
lie ft nd at all time, at Graham's Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
(ieneral t Insurance i Agent-
Rear Nu. 20 South Main street.
Asheville, N. C
Kngfllfili anl French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LA0ICS AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 441 Prriiih tlrouu vctiu..
MRS. BUHGWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCiPAi.
i Por many ycani AMHi.itc lniicip:il ol Ml
Vt-niun Insiituu, HnKmii-n. .
AtnttHteiJ by m curp f romrnrtii triii hcr
B. H. COSHY.
( KucwtVMiir tu C Cownn J .
7 PATTON AVKNUa-:,
NKXT IKIDR TO C'.'ANII CKNTKV1. III).
TK1., AKIIKVII.LK. N. C.
COW OliSD : OWIiEM
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
tf you have any Now, Throat or l.ung
T tin applieation I will send a pamphlet t
T desrriptlve of Asheville and also the In- f
t haling trrat"-ent 'rre with list of quee-
T tlnns to be answered by the patient T
when ordering Home Treatment. This
treatment Is as effective as the ottiet
J OPPICB NO. as HATTON AVBNUB,
f A.hcvllle, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. 1
REVliXL. & WAGNUM,
neeeaaors to Kopp at l.tchtenliergrr.
IUQAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
ColTees roasted on the premises dally, and
ground fur every customer.
Full Line of Table Huppllea,
Free delivery. A full line of Feed, furnished
at wnoiesate price..
aS PATTON AVKNl'K.
Trier one Nn. AO.
Of coiirKfr tlHTf'H nionoy in
printor'H ink, hut tlio mnn
who makfH the moHt intrlli
jfpnt uw of it K'tM th moHt
inonoy out oi it. Itdoon not
pny to HdvprtiHO HoinctliiiiK
you nnvon tudt.ornnythnm'
you cannot do nml do well
The man who ndvcrliKi'H u
fraud nniMt have a "irood"
fraud, and he who ndvertiwn
hai'tfaniH in jcooiIh imist In
prcpnml to Htitirtfy his v.m
WM D DCMMIMnrJ
iiiiii in i kiiiiuiinii)
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aabcvlllc, N. C.
f. O, Host P.
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a Ane lot of
With lb latest styles of handles silver
plated and oildlMd. Also a Isrse supply of
Of the Latest Bdltioas.
57, 59 & 6i S. Main Street, Aslaeville, N. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TILL OCTOBER 20.
STONE CHINA AND PRESSED GLASS.
A dlscuunt of 15c on every dollnr on reau
I ,r gooils, nnd a lot of odOs nml ends helnn
closed out nl hall' price.
A lot of Import samples, very choice but
only n lew pieces uf a kliul at nhout hull
' CHAMBER SETS DECORATED.
Large sets, good ilccorutlons, nt $.1.0(1, or
with Jar, $4.!S.
New decorations, very nice, $4 OU, or with
jar, $ft US.
Very line sets, $.1.B) to $.10,011.
Oood Kooni I.ninis, flric ench,
A lot of Fine I nrlor I.ump', odd, lieinii
closed out at One liollur each n greut bnr
gnln. I'inno Lamps, $H no, $11 no, $1.1.10 and
$2o 00, complete.
To close out nil pr-sent stock will lie sold
at o3'!i tier cent, discuunt.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A mmlcm ftnit firm hotel. Hot nml colli w nter nnd hnth nnd tntlrt tut rvrry floor.
Kiev trie tic Mm in every omhii. Ojivn lirt in ntlice iiml irntr lit lull roomn. Oflirv. ilinino
ilium, lunch couulrr. ciijnr am! ih wi hihiuI nnd hnr und Itillintd nwitn on fimt floor, lilcc
Irit' utriTt tarn am doi.r every 20 minuttfl. Ki htnond nnd nuvdlc ri.il mad ratitiK houac,
'.' minute lor i icult.
RAT KM, a.o PI R DAV.
A, G. HAIXYrRTON,Prop.
J. M. RRVAX HIICl W tl.TKK fiRKICN. Cle-rkH.
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CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INSLUDINO BATH R01M FITTED WITH WATER "CLOSET.
I'inl.hed throiiKhout in Antlotir Ouk. P.trtor and Reception Hall Anl.bed in (Jusrlir
Hawed oak. Wnlls drniied with Llncrustn.Waltun.
For further Inlurmnllon call nn
G. H. WALKER. No. 5, Jcflerson Drive.
$10Q REWARD I
I'or anyone who will buy a pair of llrahnm Hhoes and not Ret vnltte received. Nuw at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
unt iitiovf l'mrmcm' W art h out.
ASIIKYILLi: DRY GOODS COMPANY.
ChrntHnt Ptorr nrnrih llnndlr nothlnK l.ul 1'lml-rtnM OncMti, and Intrnd to trrnt
rvrrthody KMillT. We Urci h tw-mn tt Hhocn n( rvrrv html. Ilnmronadc Jinnii Hume
iiindr I'hiidN. llumr nuit!c ioiui'tic. ilomv-11 tide OnllinK. Wc warrant every pair ol
Ahev.lli- tfhne L'u.'n Mutm.
Anheville Dry Good CoM
I. (. MMWUL, Mnnnffrr
flnwnnl I'mttil and Mill. Ho'nimlM nr with un.
Ml HCIIA.NTH AN IMKMI.KM NATIONAL HANK, NO. 17N1.
I'hirloti., N. C. April 'J. 1MH.
f rrKiird th illuv'tt-rii Mntutl an oc uf Ih I nut comimnira in rl-titiv, I think It
without fn'iitlmi mic ol Uf poiiii 'vt or.ffi limit'itm and the 'wnt ltr the (toll'-y holder. I
now hold thnr i- IU-Iim In thH ciitnoanv nnd wotihl not thiing thrni lor nnv other. Mydir
idt nl nrv itim-h lari't r ttimi nti.v oiht-r 1 niin'lm (n which I carry life Inournnce. and my
liinurnn'4' it" iai- tc ihi nt any ottu r The niTiif ol ih- tonipaay are niitrly nnd conm rva
tlvriv iimniiKfd; ti-cv pay intimntly nnd are vat.-i-ediiiKly ' Hue. Ml In thvli dcntlngii
with their m.IU holdira. j. II McAMItN,
I'rvn. Mm'hnnU nnd I'armeni National llnnk, Chnrlutie, N. C.
aKRKKMT 1.. I -.W HANK. Jim. 1. 1i(l;l Aiiwt .'IT.1 10.7 .11
HK-t lat A. nt fur Umtt rn North Ciirollnri J (hurliia. 4 Ti't... ft,ll0,U7.;i;i
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1)1' MlleWAl'Kttlt, WIHCONHIN.
TIiIp Com nan v Imuph nit form of ordinary l.tfe. ItmloM-mtnt. Limited Life and Mr ml. Ton
line iMilMtH. I li)t t'oiniidii v trnttuftfiw annuitllv mor- thnn duohle the fiulnr-ii ol any
urt'ly Anu'rlcnn Compnnv. I (no nu diitiuatin j .turltitn. and in drbm ltd hy Ita charter
from evrr ownlna iny, nnd do 11 Slrlt-tlv .tn Ana rlrnn limliici.
I la d!vidrndn the lur stent ol any I. lie Cuin,nn
MY KINGDOM FOB A HOME
In Ashev lie Hold, comrade, do not ulv. the
kingdom. I will .ell thee a lotntu n-ii.oniiliie
price. I will 'mil thee monev toi-net n hoiine
thereon, I will In.ure thee Ii. a Arst elns. Are
Insurance company. I will sill ynu one tif
nun . line noiiM1 .Mies to seen t tv . vee. lew-
el., etc., in. II ytu want to rent I will And
you m good tenant. If you want your rent,
collected I will collect them for you. I will
hoie lu see you soon I w ill give prompt and
earnest attention tn all business pnt la my
n.u.. rniufuKis suiunimn,
Keal llatate Aeent.
US Pal ton Ave., Asheville.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
I II u.U.V." fJoraa
tn 1 UtH IkttM. tallhAH IIm.
I'M V0t t HtHfltlll-. tlunlHlaa nn
norld or wlonoiia aulHitHncfa. tnd
is Runrsnttwd sbsuluKily hnruileas.
dv riny.ipinn. Sua '
r flrniruMita Pelra. SI- I
rncotitonnrtl Ity tlrniru
l""' druaslsts. lijswara of Sub.
1 nta. U
PUM BALK HV
RAYSOR a SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. 0
A lot of White Hiindle Imitation Ivory
Knives nt $1 00 per set, worth $1 78.
A lot of Celluloid Hiindle Knives at $1 lift
per set, rciiulur price t'J 7B.
Olil.ru lew sets of Ivory llnuille Knives
(sliKhtly diacolnreil) nt $:i H per set n rare
Hocrrs nml Mcrl 'en Triple I'ltttcd Knives
ut $1 75 )cr ct. Forks tu match, snme price
A lot uf o Id patterns of Rollers' Ten
Spoons, Table Spuons and Forks at wonder
fully low prices.
I wish to close out nil goods I am over
stocked wlth.'and many odd lines thnt I will
not buy ugnin.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
hits liccn arranged for all odds an-1 ends, all
innrlied in plain figures
My line of Ane China Dinner, Tea and Tul
let Sets, Art Pottery and Sterling Ware I.
one of the tinest in the south.
All urc invited tu call unci einralnc lin
. octt I dy w
17 Puttou Avenue.
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j ..,pr- nf ih. i.hi.tll. bar ia
neat parchment and hcavr flat D.o.ri. toe
.tins all neiv..ary iiolnt.. Ju.t out and sow
on .alt at th. oiaea of the CiTtisa Pvsli.h
i eo nn. a forts court Kquart Maotnt
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