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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1890.
The "uncut nrumnier."
Did you ever think whnt your advertise
tneiit in theiicwspHX.'r in doitiK for you ?
When you close your store in the even
inij, ttnil (jo home to your family nnd
fireside, nr t thinkinc about vour bus
iness at all, then it is that the paper
is being pored over in hundreds of
homes the hornet from which
your trnileixdrnwn. And there
"is your advertisement doing
it's work silently, but sure
ly, nnd if vou have taken
pains to make it at
tractive, its work
will be nil the more
is repeated over
a n i n .
THIS IIAII.V CITIZEN.
By RAXIIOMUI-KiVkK PRINTING CO.
Til IuilvCitiikn, lirinoerntie. Ii piililiahcd
evvrv nlUTTKiuu iixn tit Maiuu.v i ut the lul
lawins; tuu-9"tnctly vast:
Due Week. ..
Till-: Itlll V IITUKN
1. nn .nit- nt the tolluwiuK place, in A.llevlllc:
UATTI.KV I'AKK NRWS STASH.
C.l.liN KiK'K XKW STAND.
Mlll'l-.l. Clf.AK Slum;, I'nttiin Ave.
J i:aKS().N' MiWS STUKIi, Ni.rllT Court
SATI RHW OCTOHliK is. IS'.ltl.
Car Maimer mict Triivcllnu i:tli-
Among "notes anil cnmim-nts" in the
October number nl the North American
Review is one. a regular screed, by V, A.
Crollult on the sul'uvt ( the 'rudeness
of women" incars mil pulilic places. The
very sunaestion of such a topic implies
the rude, scllisli ami unmannerly man;
and Mr. Crollult sustains the title to
such charac.er bv tin- iirejiittic-nts he uses
to deny to women even the ordinary
riejlits of courte.-v. For, in the Inst
place, lie treats the subject as one of dol
lars und cents; !s one ol litiancial rinlil
or financial !os. "Why should a man
who has p-iid lor a sent on a rail
road ear or live cents on a street ear
relinquish it lu a woiiiun ,'iuv more than
a man should rci.:n his scat in the
theatre or invhcMi a ?" Clearly not, on
the jjrouud of i ihinil cl.oin, but most
olten clearly yes, on t.ic ground of deler
ence to the wc.ikir ;,tul culler sex, or
the ground ol "u illanirv" or "politi
irss," moiivcs iiich Mr. Crotlull inli
culcs as out ol 'l-ict- in a business
t rims. ii lion. iie as t lie purchase
ol a ear luUt .mil the possession ol
ii car seat. Am! he justifies his
views by liiiropcni example, for lie says;
"In no railioai) car in l.uroiie, and in no
street ear or oimiii'iis, tin men ever yel
up to give llieii scats to women." Si
iiiicli the worse lor tlitui. 1 lie citation
ut such rulh. oily ini,ilily as .sample tor
Amei icau aini'tioi, proves unlliiiig more
than tae liao iulluii.ee ol ekisllilg bail
I:tiroH'.in manneis, anil degrading Imcc
ol thai I;tauco or Anglo-Mania at pres
ent inlroiliK :tig liin.gs to'lK- adiuiieii iinii
iiilit.iud huii vtcic once us abhorrent
to the l-'rench and bngnsli as lliey are
now to the nun ol llic Southern Males.
Itccausc il lias Ikcoiiic tile lashion to In
rude to leiualcs, to jostle them in the
streets uud pulihc places, lo brutally tg
noie their presence or claim to colo ns
ill public coiivcyaiicts, there is no canon
of manners enacted lliat will coii)ic-l the
siihinisii,n nt tiie a'i Mlenwii to a bad
mid dclistaiiie example.
Mr. Crollult makes a thrust at the So III II.
w here, thank llcavcu, di leience to wo
men is still the lulc, lie says"lhe fashion
which piciai.s in such cities us Washing
toil, ll.iltiinoic, nnd other Southern
towns geueially, e'oinmaudiiig that tm
man shall sit while a woman isstiuuling,
was bum ot llic prurient egotism mid
vanity ol nun." 1 hank you, Mr. Crol
lult, lor the admission that in the South
alone, we might inter Iroui your trunk
ness ol coiiilemiialioii, that there not
only survives but flourishes that old gen
erous, gentlemanly courtesy that com
pels men to courtly delereuce to woman.
II the artiele ol I'rof. Siialer in the same
niiinU'r of the Review Hint contains Mr.
Crollutl s artiele, shall fall into Ins hands,
lie w ill find that w hat lie nscriiicsto "the
prurii ut egotism ami vanity ol men" is I lie
legitimate outcome ol those Inulal man
ners inherited by the South which wete
the generators ol the sentiment ol ehivat
ry which dcfmnl, guided ami guarded the
intcriourse lie'twcen the mis, uud doing
ho invested the leiiiicmcnla of modern
civiliialion with the most bcatililul anil
aibniral'lc ailorniiient, and gave to it
nlso its stiougest sole-giiaids. Heaven
forbid that the force ol that sentiment
shall ever grow weuker with tin
Southern K'ople, nnd that to become, or
seem to In', manly in the cvei of those
w ho think il "prurient egotism and van
ity of men" to display delerentiul oniric-
V, it is spiritual to assert manhood by
brutal contempt nt w hat manhood mice
held to lie most unmanly, and subject
women to brutal building or contemp
tuous neglect, because in Mr. Crollutt's
vic-wt "in ipicstioiis w hich invoke finan
cial loss" the weakest and most unpro
tected woman has no more considera
tion than the rudest and sturdiest man.
We tuke pride in our Southern attitude
on this question; we propose to rauintnin
it. But we may suggest to the women
of the South thai the men of the South
have some claim uxn tliem for some rec
ognition of their generous, chivalrous
deference Mr. Crolfutt ii right in try
ing that the purchase of a teut on a rail
road or street car is n financial operation,
involving the purchase und possession ol
a right, Neither man nor woman can
Irgallr disturb that right. In yielding
therefore to the presence, or claim, a the
cum may be, very often the latter, of a
lady, the ninn docs so with full conscious
ness of the validity of his own right, hut
with considerate deference to the influ
ence of the gentler aex. It It surrender,
not to ber rights, but to her relation to
a society based on thechlvalric sentiment
thnt hat ruled with ui and our ancestry
since feudal days. Bince there la no right be
yond what good and venerable cnatom en
forces, man, in surrendering what ia hit
and what be has puld for, has at least
tbt right to eapect tb reciprocal court
esy ot an acknowledgement. Tola ia ao
often, it might almost be said, habitually
withheld, that one-sided politeness be
comes irksome; and there is possibility
that the suggestions of Mr, Croffutt,
even considered by us, will not seem so
atrociously brutal nnd cold-blooded as
they appear in the article that first
It is getting to be nn cverv day affair
on one railroad or another, for the pas
sengers to lie "held up" by some imitator
of Jesse James or Rube Burrows, now lit
erally past masters of that art. One of
these times n gritty passenger will sue
a railroad and recover damages for vio
lat.ou of, the implied promise of protec
tion. About the most helpless thing in
the world is a passenger looking down in
to the interior department of an able-bodied
revolver with an unhung villain at the
other end, detnai.ding his money or his
surplus vitality. Mtistwecometo locked
doors as is the English style? Hut the
Ircc-boru American citizen would not
stall I that cither.
Timsii newspapers that have been in
the habit of speaking of Mis. Harrison
as "Mrs. President Harrison" arenow in
a nrcliy fix. She has been elected presi
dent ol the "Paugliiers of the American
K'cvoliilion" and the papers aforesaid, to
he consistent, must now refer to her as
Mrs. President President Harrison, one
the title that now is really her's and the
other the one that is her husband's but
was stolen from him from time to time
by the same editors as write of Mrs. Sen
ator Vaiuc, Mrs. lustice of the supreme
court puller, Mrs. Sicrctarv of the agri
eulttite and dispenser ol seeds Rusk; and
Tin hi. is a general complaint all over
the Slate that the lemocrats seem to lie
asleep, or at least, not very wide-tiwake.
liven in lliiucoiiilie county there nresotne
men who were at one time, not long ago,
extremely anxious for votes for them
selves who seem to care very little wheth
cr W. T. Crawlurd gets "ii ny or not. It
is human nature to rcinrinlicr these
things, and doubtless there are a good
many citizens who will not forgot them.
Anyway, the lact is a painlul one to con
iciupla'e It is develt on more in sorrow
I hau in ang r.
Wiiix next you arc traveling in u
Pullman sleeivr and have to fee the all
paiil porter to ge-t niiv service at nil, or
'nalth.it the smothering upper berth is
l istened open whether occupied or not
i except in Minnesota where the law for
'Ms that otilrugc'1 vou can get any
amount of consolation in the thought
that the I 'ill 1 111. 111 Palace Car company's
surplus this year, alter dividing u big
ilmdei.d. is SL'.;i;iS,ldo.
A i.i. along down the road toward.
Raleigh crowds ut s.'oplc Idled the day
light trains beaded lor the suite fair.
Who can doubt thai a large proportion
ui the same emails would head this way
wuh money in every n.ckcl, if the fair ol
western North Carolina were to lie held
m Ashe villc every year. Why stand ye
IIIC Its AT TlltC FRONT.
Tlivliood WoiU Hon. T. D, John.
ftlfMI trt Oolitic.
w'ol. J. Ii. Ciinie on in itiiiie Ctirunicle.
Among the sieakcis giving their untir
iug service to the democratic cause, is
Hon. T. 1 1. Johnston, lie was one of t he
coniK'titors lx-forc the convention whose
labors resulted in the nomination of Mr.
Craulord With prompt and generous
.ilncnlv, Mr. Johnston pix-sseil lor warn
to the aid ol liis succcssiul rival, u strong
and valuable ally. Like Senator Kan
sum. Mr. lohuston has lie-en an active
maker of current political history, mid no
man among us is Is-tte-r eipiipiwd lor the
work u ion which he has entered with so
nun h enthusiasm. Ik has stsiken here
in llavwood, in Ib'iiileTsoii, III Polk, in
Kulhcrlordion, and has appointments
.ise-wherc in tins ami other counties tlial
will niL'age liiin until the day of election.
line ol that gallant band which made the
Icgislatuie ol It '.10 so remarkable, so his
torical in lael lor the brilliuucv of its
voting men, the boldness ol its aim and
the extent and value of its reforms, he
still retains the spirit and enthusiasm ol
thai iM-rioil, but Willi views enlarged lit
ol'Scrvaiiou nnd tvniiered hy exwrirncc,
auire the .talesman, less the partisan,
but none the le-ss Krluiis more than
ever the ardent, uucoiuproiui.iuK ilemo.
iT.it, because more than ever he has
learned to know that ill the principles ol
nis naitv me involved all lli.it will secure
ihe Hiice. I he primarily and the honor
ol his slate nun eouuiv.
Vest, The sthould.
Prom the Wllmlnutan Ktar.
It r.rnver CI. vrlnml .huuld he the numlarr
I Hit ilrinnernile party for the prrldrni)r lo
Isti'J, huh he wll. duulitlcss tie U ht IWes
till then, the democratic csicuitvr cummitlre
h' uld einriiKT the - rvice-.al thcdl.liniiul.hed
LhiniKer M. Itopcw to canvass the eouatry
IP77 TUB UDITOKS
The Wilson Mirror enmeth to this
oflice not any more at all any time.
The compiler of these few brief remarks
dread to tnke tin the Stntrsville Land
mark, lor il he conscientiously does his
dulv bv it and the readers, of TllK ClTl-
zi;n that menus reading it through nn
TllK Asiikvii.i.k Citiikn will please be
rnrelul to give us credit for what it mav
find in our columns worth copying.
Ttickascige Democrat. Not having seen
a copy ol the Democrat before for weeks
Tim Citiikn cannot knowingly have
committed the am alluded to.
8uv whnt you please about our Rip
Van Winkle wnvs, our people are improv
ing. Brother Hrnnson, "editor and pro
piietor" of the North Carolina Almanac
sends out ma anmpie wnn inc mixirst
request of a two dollar puff as regularly
a the year rolls 'round and with as much
confidence as the regular yanket adver
tising agent, tut the Almnnnc it worth
ten times what it costi. Hickory Press
For all deficiencies that may appear in
this issue of tbt Courier just attribute
them to the fact that theeditoria a grass
widow, nnd la compelled to assume the
duties of Housekeeper, nurse, hostler,
mcsseng'.-r hoy, wood cnnpiicr.and mnnv
other duties too numerous to mention.
Wavneaville Courier. The editor of the
Courier became so milled bv hit main
fold duties thnt he printed a Citiikh edi
torial as original.
THE VOTK BV COMHTIK.lt.
The Numttcr Received toy Con
grenraea In 1888.
Thr Citizkn is in receipt of the letter
given below and in accordance with the
request contained therein the table is pub
Saixda. N. C, Oct. 14, WW).
Editor Thb Citiikn: By request of
some of our voters I write to ask vou to
publish the vote in each county for con
gressman lust election. I would like to
know Ivwart's majority.
. B. Tannkk.
The vote in the several districts was as
1 in. low
Set 111 .m lt
1. 7. ui
a. j 10
a. an 7
l eklinlinrK ...
I nek. on
Mel low ell
Tutsi lt.lllfl 1A.4
There is u married man in Winston, anys
l lie Dailv, whose wile is interrupted in
her ieaeeltil si urn tiers hy him while in
"dreamland." hurrahing nt the top of
Ins vote. "I urn n Vance man. and I say
inirrnh tor him!" The gentleman was
awakened Inst night and informed by his
lietter-hnll that she had no oliicclioiia to
his being for Zeb Vance, but I fiat the did
object to Ixing disturbed hy hideous yells
Two year ago this writer heard Sena
tor Knnsont make a speech in the court
house, in Clinton, which we believe no
man in North Carolina could have im
proved UMin. Though ol a political nn
ture. it wut a tsirleet gem of oratory
Strong men were moved to tears, and at
ita conclusion pushed eniterlv forward nnd
warmly grnsisrd the senator's blind while
tears ol uilimrxtinnnnngratiioactrirKica
down their checks. Clinton Caucasian.
A lew vears ago, when an election was
pending, I'ncle Eli Alexander, colored.
(peace to his aibcs!) was on his death
lard in this town. Hi colored friends
lifted him in a buggy, hauled him up and
registered him. lie died before election
day, but lie died in the proud conscious
ness thnt though Providence had contra
vened his pinna he had done his duty he
had registered. Have you ? Statcavilk
TIM World Pnoeott, aeqaaled, sseieelled,
daratik aad beaatlfel
Are rsenmawaded by the best artists. Come
aad esamloe oar Rootle hrfurs baying else.
wlim at No. IT Pattoa aveas. Tuning
and repairing a specially.
0. WILUAMI CO.
THB HUUITAULB tAVK
B. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Asbevtlle, N, C.
Offlee 19 Rosth Mala street. asIS duf
THE LATEST NEWS
FROM AY) AT CAKOUNA.
It is reported that there is n wild
man in the wood, between Moorcsboi'o
A circus lost money nt Wilmington,
the nttendunce being almost nothing be
cause of Sam limes' meetings.
Gen. T. F. Drayton, of Charlotte, at
last accounts was thought to be slowlv
sinking, with no hopes of his recovery. .
The Morganton Herald savs that n
mule belonging to Mr. W. 0. Ilogan, of
Uurke, ran awav recently, nnd coming
in contact with' the coupling pole of u
wagon was completely transfixed.
The contract has been let for 11 build
ing to hold a revival at Moorcsvillc to
be conducted bv Uvangclist Fife ( 10 com
mence the Stl'h prox.l The building
will sent from J.o'iO to S.tillO people.
Some time last week or this the
house of Mr. I. t',. Warren, two miles
north of town, was robbed of a tin box
containing all of his deeds, notes, receipt
and other valuaiiie papers, tnree goio
shirt studs, ami money to the amount of
$170 or $175. Slates ,'illc Landmark.
The revenue imrly went Saturday
night to destroy illicit stills near the cele
brated King's Mountain Hold Mine, in
the edge ol Cleveland and tlaslon coun
ties. They .vent, they saw, they con
quered not, but left in hot haste. The
moonshiners were up ill arms. Shelby
The people of Chi are hoping for a
railroad to be built Vroiu Cnattanooga
to Murphy thene'e up lliwassee rive by
llaycsville mid lliwassee, da., and on to
Clayton. A matter ol special interest to
llaye'sville just now is the prospect ol
the early complci mo of a telephone line
from Miirphv. Franklin 1'rcss.
The colored fair will be oKiied at
Kalcigh on Tuisdav the -'1st with an ml
dress by tiovcrnor 1'iiwlc. The He v. A.
Ii. Davis will deliver the address ol wel
come 011 Wednesday the 1'Jd, and 011
riiursilav the j;id there will be nil ad
dress by lion. Ii, Ii. Smith, ex-miuistii
ami consul general to I.ilicria. Over
live hundred dollars will be awarded in
There were thousands of isitorslo the
state fair Thursday, and they will never
lorget their exK'riencc. Torrents of rain
ti ll in the afternoon anil there was a hiv:li
wind. The trains could not handle the
pe-ople rapidly enough, ami thousands
were drenched with rain and covered
with mild. Financiallv the lair is n suc
cess, though in point nl exhibits is uol so
good us the last one.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part ot the eit v, iicnr the emioii factory
Apply lo W. M.. Jahvis,
at Henrdeti, Uaiikin ci Co.'s or 10 C. '.
Iierr. Stanley's Creek, X. C.
A crenm of turner linking imwilrr. Highest
nrnll In Irnv.ninK strength II. A. C.m'i-rn-"tail
Mrport. AiiKimt 17. lK'i uljr!inl1v
Thr entire atock ui
Plated Jewel r ,
I net nd inn One liroochM, HuttdtiN Hod tlrntn
1-3-0 NE-THIRD 0FFI-1-JJ
KcRArdtrM of coat, an we Intend In the foturt
to keep twihlrw tint Hiilld (tuld uii
Htrrhnii Allen Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main Nt. Astbevlllc.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.,(Y.M.C.A.RO0MS.
Opea dally, cseept aundnys. from lu a. sn,
until 1 p. 01., and 6 unUI 7 p.
The terms ot suhse-rlptloa am One year
$3;0 snos., ft. nut a 01 os.. tt i 1 mo., SOcts.:
dally H ets
dm ctrs for 1 atto President, Charles W.
Wonlsryi Vice Trvildent, Thin A. Jones; Mee
nnd Treasurer, II. a Watson: l.ltirnrtnn, MIm
ft. J Hatch.
Cltliens and visitors are enrdlnllv Invited
to inspect the entnlovue nnd tmK-rllie their
DHinn n. bwiiiw nn hhii,
iKuemsnrs to llalrd r R ctor.)
No. S North Main Street
A At'PHHIOH PUOtIR MANCPACTI'Mlin
POR Ct'R TKAUIt, ALL MXHH,
Ut SELL FOR 13.40 PER HUNDRED.
Urainnlns; tn-dsy the baiiaiiKc business for.
merty carried ua by The Aslirvlll Htrrrt Hall
way Company will lie continued by the un
dersigned under the name of
THE BA66AGE TRANSFER CO,
I will lie glnd tn serve my fri.nds, and will
promlsr prompt attrntloa to all orders en
treated to me
Oltlcest Street Railway Company's office.
Telephone No, 1 A. Neirc'tfnlly,
B. M.JUNUM, ANent,
IWptrmlier 1 , lawo,
Wli AKE HAI'I'Y TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE IIAVB THIS WEEK IN
CRKASFD THE CAI'ACITY AND FA
CILITIES OF OUR
Wj HAVE SUCl'KHD SEVERAL
FIRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY TOOIVE
OtlR FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINE (J"AL1TY, AT VERY REASONA
111.15 KATES. CALL IN AND SEE I'S;
ALL WE ASK ISA TRIAL.
OCR RI-PAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL FI LL AND ACTIVE. AND WE
CAN (II VE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK ItKori.lIT IN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Pillion Avenue.
Iv. II. IIWI I T,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER,
Who unc inn if nil kfmln dnm-. All itiUth
proinjiily littttl iiml woi k KiiiiriiiiUvtl Cnn
lu- in ml m vli tiiui'H nl (iriihjim'B Cuttuit
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON, .
General t IiiHurauce t Agent.
Keitr No. 'JO Sauth Main stmt.
Hstnlilisheil 1KII.V Ashevll'r, N. C.
KiigHnh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LAOIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 4l I'pi-tV'lt lrunt Avt ruit
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPA,
For many yiait Asniklau- Principul ot M
Vrnun luitiUitt, Hultiniinv)
VootNted n tttnta . i i n t. M trm her -.K-.
H. JUL. COSUY,
t SuiivrttH r to C. Cuwun.)
J7 PATTON AVIJNI E,
N II X T IHHIK TO (1 AMI CBNTKAI. Illl.
Tlil.. ASIIliVll.l.li. N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
ff you have n'iy None, Throat or l.uttK j
y on iiiiptit'iitiou I will ncnrt h pnniih1et "
itreiiittvc of Anhcvllte ami ittno the tn
V hnlliiK tri'iit rent fT wllh Ifau ol (uc.
T tif-n to tw nnnwrred hv the imtient'
when onhrinu Home Treatment. Thin"
treatment In im effective ai the otHct '
Ol'PICH NO. afl 1'ATTON A VBNt'U,
' Anhrvllle. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. t
KEYfcXL, V WAGNKM,
Buceeiwoni to Kopp At f.lehtentprrKtT,
1 SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffee ronntrtl on the prrmlftea dnity, and
Kround ftr every cuntumer.
Full Mnc of Table Mupplle.
I'rt-e rlrtlvery. A full line of Feed. fumUhed
nt whoU'-uile prtce.
98 PATTON AVKNI K,
Teler one Nn. Illl.
Of rtiurHP th(r'rt nionoy in
prmtor h ink. out the itmn
who nmkcH the moHt int'lli
innt uhp of it Krt8 tlif moHt
monv out of it. Itriot'H not
pny to ndvprtiHR Homothinir
you lmvon't got. or anything
vou cannot do nnu do well.
The ninn who ndvertiHcn a
fraud must hnvo n "irood
fraud, and he who advertiwH
liargauiH in kooiIh uiUHt Im
prepared to Hatisfy liin mih
IcnierH. WM. R. PENNIMAN,
IHE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anbevllle, N. c.
I. u. Boat P.
CIGAR STORE ANO NEWS STAND
Has received a line Int of
With tht latest styles of handles silver
plated and oililked. Also a largt supply of
Of tbt Latest UeUUoas,
Imm : ii.v(iiii
J. H. LAW,
57, 59 & 61 S. Main Street, Ashevllle, N. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TILL OCTOBER 20,
8T0NE CHINA AWO PRESSED GLASS.
A discount of InV on cve-ry ilollnr on renu
l.ir uuiiila, and i lot of odds nnd ends IicIiik
e-lnse'd out nt hall' iirii-c.
A lot of Import sample's, very e-holec Imt
onlv a tew plee'cs of a kind at uliinit hull
CHAMBER SETS DECORATED.
LiirKe sets, ffoud, decorations, ut $.'1.05, or
wllh .Inr, $ ti5.
Ne w deeurnllnns, ver.v nice, $ 00, or with
.Inr, fit (ill.
Very tine seta, S3. (10 to JHO.Illl.
(jtiud Konin I.uinps, :i.tc each.
A lot 01 I'lnc I'nrlor l-ioiip . 01I1I, IicIiik j
eliised out at Hue llullier euch n (jrent bur
Knln. I'liino tamps. n no, $1 1 on, $1.1 An and
$l!r, Oil. complete
To close out nil pr, sent stock will lie sold
at n:ii iicrccnt. discount.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feci ut Central Pasweiiijcr Depot. i
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A mitdfrn fimt ctn liotet. Hot and eold water nnt bathii nnd toilet on every floor.
I.lictric Ik-IIb In every riom. Ojkh tire in oflice and Krntt-o in ttd roonm. Oflice, dinlvr
room, lunch counter, cigar ant! m wn Pianil and Imr and tt1liiird room on flmt floor. KVrc
trie ntreet enm pihh door rvrry ao minutr, Kichmond and Innrillc rnllroHd eatinu houar,
minute- tor r-ienl.
RATIOS, l.oo PKR DAY.
A. G. IIAIXYIIURTON.Prop.
J. . HKVAM and WAI.TKK liRKKN, ClrrUM.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
Finished throughout In tntluuc Onk. I'nrlor ami Reception Hall finished In Uuartrr
Hswednnk. Willi, drilled with Llnvrusta-Wnlton.
I'or further informMtlon call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, JctrcrHon Drive.
$100 REWARD I
I'or anyone who will huy a pstr of tlrnlinm ahnes and not act value received. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
lunt above Farmer' Warehouse.
ASHEVIIXE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chen pent ttore rnrnrth. Handle nothing 1 nt l'lmtclaM noodn, and Intend to treat
ever- body KMIHT We krep h'Mne.ma-ie rthoe of cverv kind. Ilome.niadc Jrana Home
made I'lnltl. Home tun tic I'timentic, lloii-c-ii'iide hrilllnjc. We warm tit every pair ot
Aahi'vllle Hhue Co ' rhtKa.
ANhevIlle Dry GoodM Co.,
Howard I'roltit nnd Milt. llolcfiinlH' nrr
I reirnrd Iti- frllnvmtrrn Mututil an one
without eit-eiiiloti one of hi noini1et orarttixtitlnnfi anil the tiet tor the nollev holder.
now hold tlim 11 licit In thin comimnv nnd
ti.lt lire initvti In r in-r thnn nny other comimrltii In which I carry life Innuraner, and my
titunine n nnfr In thin nn any other The ulTnlm of the omiwny are utifely and conervHs
tlvrlv tt niiiiKrd i thev pitv promptly nnd are cm-eedlngly fair and liberal In their drnllnK
n lth their pidlcv holdeni. I. II McADKN,
PrtH. Merchant and Farmers National llnnk, Charlotte, N. C.
KRNF.MT 1 F.Wn tNK,
HjieclHl A(i'nt for UcMtrrn North i ariillnil.!
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF MII.W.WKKIt, WIKCOSH1N. t
Thin Company Imiuea all fornm of ordlnnry Life, Kndowment, Limited Life and KemlTtm
ilne IM1H1 leu. Thin Company trammel nnnunllv inore than double the hulnr ol nuv
hi rely American Cnmpnnv, t hum nn llncttHttln mcurliic, and I debarred by lu charter
rom ever owning nny, and doc Htrlctlv it 11 Atncriciin llulnea,
Ita dlvldind the larKet of any Lite Cotnpau, octll dtfw
MY KINGDOM FOR A. HOME
In Aaher He Hold, comrade, do not Hive thy
klnititnm. I will Mil thee a lot at a rrnsonalile
price. I will end tlier money to rret-t u house
thereon. I wlllinsure thee In a first el... Are
Insurance company. I will sell you one of
nun s line nouse smicb in seen tnv .over. pw.
els, etc . In. II ynu want to rent I will And
yuu u kooiI tenant. Ifroo wnnt your rent,
collrcled I will collect them for you. I will
hosp to see vou aonn I will atv. prampt nnd
esmrst attention to all huslncs. put In my
hunds. FMKDUHICK MKTI.KIIOH,
Real H.I ate Aaent,
sepliinrilm ia Pattoa Ave., Askevllle.
HTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
- ssim .1,-" V tl I
in l IA5 naym. without rain.
........ ..VMIW voMianii inr
nerld or itolonoua anliliutria, and
... Hiinianiii-u siinuiiiH'iy nariuifHifi.
la prewrlbeil by phylnlani and
Aold urdn.ftfflMa. lUwnraorauh.
VlU SA I. It HV
RAYMII ft IWTH, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A lot of White Handle Imitation Ivors
Knives at ft 00 per set, worth 1 TB.
A lot of Celluloid Handle Knives at $1 93
per sel, regular price t'J 76.
Only n few sets of Ivory Handle Knlvet
(sllxiitly discolored) nt $.1 li per set a rnit
Kojiers und Mrri len Triple 1'is.trd Knlvn
nt ft 7S ier set. 1'orks to match, same price.
A lot of oiid patterns of Rouen' Tea
Spoons, Table Spoons and Forks at wonder
fully low priiTs,
I wish to close out nil K(,ods I am over,
stocked with, and many odd lines thut I will
not buy MKnin,
A SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
has been nrrnnenrd for all odds and ends, all
murke-d in plain fiKures.
My line of line China dinner. Tea sail Tul
let He'ta, Art I'ottcry and Sterling Ware Ii
one of the finest In the south.
All arc invited to call and examine the
1. 11. MOW ILL, Manaarr.
I' KM I! Hit NATIONAL HANK, No. ITh
Chnrlotte, N. c, April a, ihihi
of the tteat coinnatiiea In exltener. I think 1
would not chnntr them lor nnv other. My dlv-
'DO : ( Amiet $37,1 trt.T0 :tl
(HurphiH, 4 iieret... fi.4t, 07.11.1
17 PHttoii Avciine. .
IsBsV'l III! tl '1 L .V.T;...e.i ti L BTltZ sTVri'W K M. ?
! A NKW nl, csr.mil prepared liy le.il
I lnt memliers of the Ashevlll bar los
finest purchment and heavy flat paper), co
1 crlna all ncpeaaary iwlnts, Just out ana saw
, on sale at th. offlc. of tht Cmsaa puausu
mo C o . Nn. a Nnrth Court smnn flan 1st
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