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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 5, I8f,0.
The Oally Newspaper Beat.
The daily newspaper in the
peer of nil advertising niecli
unm, providing jt is properly
uneu. Auvernsmg' in imu.v
newspapers pays, because
tlie paper goes di
rectly to the pur
chaser day after day
and gives shoppers
and mirchasers their
mercantile news through the
advertising cohunns, just as
they give the news mat
ter through tlie editorial col
umns. U. V. Orr.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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WKDNESliAY. NOVI-MM-K 5. 1SU0.
Wk told you o!
Tiik ninth district is rcclvcttitd !
Mr. Ewahtcuo reoK-u that Inw oHici
tiOTHF. Coc-luirtu tl" IlililHtnla hear
thr news ?
Thi; ilcmuirnu were alive vmicitlay
very much so.
Cusik now. Mr. liwart, ilo you rrally
claim to be nn Alliance man ?
Crawfokd had t .tsol lu ip. ;nul nil lion
or and credit lo the nun wliulirliKilhini!
I'm TllKCl i ikn ilo what viiii.i-sltrnicrl
republican orpins, callrl lyii'K when it
aid, weeks iii.tlint I! wart was liealcn:
IT doesii t matter now wlin wrote 01
inspired Ewari'i force bill speech. W.
have a representative who can stay will
his party whtu he denounces rrpulilican
utu.npis to put b. nonets around tin
It would seem that back of Mr. Stan
ley 1 ' 1 arkesi Alnca is a lilacs one.
I Oder the sirens ol ureat duUKer and iri
vatiou such us the orderary person hat
uo conception of the ordinary liutuui
beinK gravitates towards barbarism
with what seems ninazitifi rutiiilitv. Mr.
Stanley was thought uot to be at all
ordinary, but such reflation us arc
low being mailt, ol his treatment in Al
rica of meinUrs of his stall' reveal u
heart as bard as stone. The latest
charge is that I.ituleminl Jamison, ol
Stanley's expedition, died of starvation
while stores ol lumrics were reserved lot
the advance column of which Stanley
himself was the head. This is almost
beyond belict. Revelations more horrible
have been made bv surviving; Arctic ex
plorers, but in the latter case there was
extreme starvation, common to nil inini-
Iters of the party, hrinipnj; ineii ulmosi
to the point ol insanity to excuse bru
tal cruelty and even the taking ol human
We regard it as, in some decree, unfor
tunate that these revelations have been
made. Hut now that part of the truth
is out the rest must come. iistice to
Stanley ns well ns to others demands it.
Mew fork's .- llHllut I.HW.
By a sturdy contest with the New
tors stale assembly cxtcmlinu over n
number of venrs Governor Hill at last se
cured a new ballot law lie could approve.
The first trial ot it was made yesterday,
ii nd it is remarkable that it -.-avt most
annoyance in the ipinrtrr where no trou
ble at all wns exiiected from it. The al
most universal Icnr was that many ol
the less intelligent voters would he pruc-
tically disfranchised by the complications
of the new law; but the result shows
how easy it is to be mistaken even where
reason and not passion or scll-inteicst is
the ruling factor. I'olitician of both
parties made it a part of their business
to see, before the election, tlmtevery man
whose occupation or training or lack ol
education made it unlikely that he could
comprehend the dc mils of the new law
should be thoroughly informed in a prac
tical way concertiiiiB it. The intelligent
man of alTairs, it was of course certain,
would have tin trouble. He proliaMy
thought so himself ; was confident that
be could learn all about the new ballot
law after reaching the polling booth.
The result is told in Ttiit Citiii.n's New
York telegram yesterday:
"A large number of those lousing their
votes were citizens possessing education
and intelligence, but who hnd luilcd to
acquaint themselves with the details ot
Th moral of the whole matter seems
to be that everything surrounding nn
election in a republic is verv uncertain,
Tba Bunlneaa nea'a Convention.
Elsewhere will lie found luint interest
ing particulars of the southern inter
state immigration bureau which is to
meet here In Deceralier. Our readers will
now realize the compliment payed Ashe
ville In selecting it as a place of meeting
and alio realise the Immense importance
of the convention itself.
Wr shall bnve considerable Informa
tion about the convention from time to
time. Just now we beg leave to suggest
that, before this convention of intelli
gent, appreciative men meets here, the
city clean itself. Br that time, little
over a month from now, the new paving
will all be down and there will lie no ex
cuse for either dust or mud around tbe
public square. By that time, too, the
sidewalks where our visitors will he most
likely to go shruld all be of the kind that
deserve respect and not curses. Thrpubllc
offices, tome of them in an almost filthy
condition now, should be astonished by
at least a coat of whitewash if the city
and county can aflbrd nothing better.
Tents, shanties and sidewalk groceries
should lie retired. Our macadamized
streets should be repaired. Let there be
an odor of snap and-water in the air, a
refreshing cleanliness to mulch uur cli
mate and scenery,
It is n"t necessary to say a wind ns to
the welcome this immense delrKiition
should have. That they will get it goes
without saying; it is southern instinct to
he hospiluMe. lint, in public mutters,
Asheville can belter herself at man v
points anil at the risk of being ntleiisivelv
plain we huvc pointed out one uppnrtu
nity for reform in urging cleaiiHiiess. It
costs little and pays good dividends.
Jk Curlnua lroi'i--eillii.
From lite Charlotte Chronicle.
There was iiuite an exciting timcon the
U C's Saturday evening A -lion distance
from liruver, the train was stoppid hv
l he constable of the county, a nd othei par
tics, whiielnitiinl that the railroad owed
them a debt. They intended to hold ill'
train, il possible, until the amount was
until. Conductor Ramscur suiveeileil
netting his train started and giving them
the slip. On the return ti ip tlieconiluctor
anil engineer were ancstcU on tile cliargi
of resisting the olliccis mi thelonncrtrip.
and the train held about nil hour and a
ouaiicr. Al the end ol that tunc, at tin
suggestion of the passengers, t lit- uniihic
tor and engineer gave bond to apu-ar it
iirover lor trial.
SOUTH L'.K '..V I t'OLK.
Pr. Huge has returned to Wilmington
mil is able to preach. His illiicssexlt-nd'
ed over several weeks.
Monroe Register: Mrs. Helen Stillwcll.
nearly 7 years of age. living near Slout,
has picked fovtr l.Win pounds of eoitou
There are two old married people mar
Mount Ail v. Mr. and Mrs. Slullnii, who
are respectively S'. and hH years oh)
Thvv had many chiMicu, but onl live i.
them me slid living. Tin v also have 'M
giaud-cliildreu and 41 great grand-chil-.Iren
and have both Ih-cii tnemiit-rs of the
Methodist church for Vr years.
Dr. C ha lies K. Monies, the oldest den
tist in onvsur. died in that lilv, re
cently, alter an illness ot srvtial months.
He was a n.-iti-.e of W a-danglon, N. C.
and began pinclicc in harre in I.W.! and
aciiI to Worcester in 1K."H. He was T'i
years old. and Icaws a widow find son
in i In- insurance business in il.irtlord.
spiinglicld Mass. I Kci ublicau.
Mrs. Louis K. Amis, ol tir.-inville coun
ty, who has been in 1'inli.iin l lie past
week lor the purpose of organizing a lo
cal baiui ol the King's liiiughter. has re
lumed home. Mrs. Amis, in response to
a call from the Greensboro "Tcn"haspui
ncr shoulder to the wheel anil ciiterid
itM)n the goiid work ol raising funds for
I lie slate hospital in soln-r e.iiimt
ri:s;si.s i.vi r..-u':.s
Tin: working irls'cluiis are to have an
oigau. a inou'.iiii journal culled Karaml
War. aiul Miss Maria ftowen Ch.ipin is
to Ik- the editor.
I k. Tank ascii, lla- class champion ol
the vvi rl l, iUvhi.es to p .,y in Havana
gainst i-.ii, Ikv iiim- he has too
munv patients' lo look alter.
As A 1. 1. 1 c' I 1 1 lino I girl ia ho was hav
ing a h'.ia'.iv With her bist Icllow was
put oiT a s.ri-et inr in Canton l-enuc
he n-rsisu-i in smoking a cigar in viola
tion of ihe i ulcs
At rill, fall meet mi! nf the Princeton
university .-iihlem ns-oeiaii ai, Cunv.nl
l lie class of .I, ran lim yards ill i'1-; sec
onds, breaking lla w i id's record itiade
liy linen at asiiingioii I K toUr II.
As Tin: scaso'i ol mast turliev and
craiils-rry satn-e is at Iroid h-iiisckr-tTS
may timl nseiul tin Is si nu-itis of Keep
ing cranUrriis This is t i place the Ur-
ties under cold water in stone jars lor
It isesiiiaated thai the cut of IuiuImt
in this country tins ear will la- not le
than IH.Ti.iuiii.iiihi Iti t, an i-x.vss of sev
eral million terl ovir that of l..st vear.
Four hundred millioi, Icri of logs will
be cut licit year, it is supposed.
What iselaiini'd to Ik- the larginl load
ol logs ever hauled in Santa I. rnciimity.
Cnttlornia. was brought into Monta
Yisla n tew days ago. It was drawn liy
tive yoke ot i.xen, and iuil'iiltd Ma logs
thai scaled ."n.fsai feet ol luiiilier.
A oi i i k wedding iHvurred at Kirvin.
Kan., throihrr ilat. A n.niilr who went
through the lorui of a niarii.ige twciitv
ago iliscoven-d iiihiii invest igatmg the
records that no license had liccn issued
to them, and a prompt wedding in dm
form was the result.
TUB LATEST Xi:S
Fh'i l XukTIt CAhlH.ISA.
iVreenslhiro's free delivery
went into ocruiion Saturday.
The dnilv ('.rrcnslioro I'atriot will
susjiend nfier Saturday next. A gnat
J. M. Ccrnll, of Craven cottntv, whi'e
out limiting rtiesilay killed n 4ut brar.
I'rcddie KagiV, Imirtet n Aenrs old. lell
down nn elevator shaft in Charlotte and
was seriously hurt: Ihe d n tor. bonrver.
thinks not fatallv.
flov, l-'owle has olfired a lewunl ot
$Mno fur the capture ol llenrv Harms. ,,f
ohnslon county, chnrgi il with the niur.
lerol . I-. Davis.
St. Mark's new Lutheran church at
Charlotte was didicatcil bv Rev. Ir.
Ilowmiiu, of Savanmili, and Rev. Iv. A.
Wingnrd, ot Columbia. The servues
were verv interesting.
Mr. J. A. Tatiim, of East Spring.
nought half a bushel of rice anil planted
it on the third of nn acre, in a low.
swampy place. He has just harvested
twenty-live bushels. Ilm nam Sun.
Mr. W. R. Holland, who lives tunr
(iastoniu. bus Inrmrd more than buy
venrs, ami never bought a bushel of com
ur wheal, never went any one's security
and never has lieen dimnid for money by
a creditor. (iastoniu (iniciic.
Charlotte Chronicle: Probably not
since Rev. Mr. Pearson's Inst meeting In
the Y. M. C. A. hull, has there been surh
a crowd assembled there as on Suuthy
night, when the citizens en mnsse, gath
ered to enter n protest, at a community,
against having the Columbian Exposi-
lion uien un ntiiiiiuy.
Wilmington Messenger: Mi. W, li.
Coleman, contractor and builder, and i
carpenters arrived Iicit Iroiu New Ynrk
lor tnr iurMise in erecting n shouting
box at luwn Point on New river lor .Mr.
Thomas A. Mcliilyre, ol New York. The
box will Iks niauiiiheeiit house to cost
in the aggregate nbout Jlo.uix).
When Vunce county wns circled it
took thiee townships Irom Ornnville
county, nud the old commissioners sued
the commissioners of the new county fur
Its proKinioii nf the old county At lit.
The claim put In amounted tn something
over Ili.OUO. A decision just made m
the supreme court scales that sum down
to about 111, (Kit), which Vance will have
to pay. It is understood that the money
from Vance will be used in remodeling
Hit Granville court house Oiford bay.
A GREAT CONVENTION
t'SJITIMl THK Ul-HIMICHH MKN
OF THK HOI TM,
The Moutlierii Inter Hiate Ininil
gratloil Hnresa-How It W
Formed and MomethliikT of Irtc
sum Who Projected This) Large
Cur. nl thv News ami Observer.
Few of our people realize the import
mice of the convention that IS to assem
ble in the citv of Asheville. N. C, on the
17th of Ilccenther next. The move lo
unite tne business men of the south was
undertaken several years since, but
real organized plan was put into work
ing order until the Montgomery, AIn
convention of isss. To Hon. !. H,
Chilton, of Austin, Texas, who was at
that time commissioner of immigration
lor the Lone Siar state, is due the credit
of putting the thing into working shape.
For it was his work and his means that
ji'oiis.-d the people to their duty and
cansul them to meet in convention. Since
that time Mr Chilton has given his time
,o the ntuptnilous uitilertnking ot organ
iziug the wot king men of the Southern
Stales into one great body for the up
lindding of our material interests.
He is the sou of Kev. Tims. Chilton, u
llaptist minister and n great leader of
inogicssiu the navs ot Henry Clac and
'villi Clay represented Kentucky in the
I iiileil Mates cuiigtess. lion, t H
Chilton w as born in lss. He is a stal
wart man of great stature and much en
durance, ,-iu unceasing worker and a
na lv debater. A work on Texas of-
aci ds savs ol liiln :
"No plan has been too large or detail
too small to exist Ins nest energies lie
conceived the idea of forming a gigantic
scheme, in w hich nil the southern suites
would participate tn a common end; to
pool their interests and distribute thr
proceeds, something utler the manner of
the height system m oiK'tution among
the powei'lui railroads of America; and
i he more he dwelt upon the idea, the
more plausible and feasible it appeared,
til! in Ins mind the great southern inter-
slate immigration bureau was a glorious
ic.ihu. Al us inception it was but a
suggestion; day by duv il assumed form
and sh-tiic. its Hvtuimterv and propor
tions elcarlv detliied. He unfolded his
plans to his colleagues; they endorsed
them, ami hnally a grand convention
was held at Montgomery, Alabama, in
Ikvunber, 1S.SM, on which occasion the
southern inter-stale immigration bureau
was organized, and Captain Chilton was
seltctiil tor its general manager. Me
was with one accord prcclaimed and re
cogmeil as the leading spirit of iimnigrn
The southern inter-slate immigration
bureau was created bv the southern inter
states immigration convention held ii
llii city nl Mnntgoinerv. Ala., lleeeinla-r
Tins convention was composed of dele
gates, noiMiuitcu hv the governors, mu
nicipal authorities, boards of trade, ami
railway corporations; the state commis
sioners of immigration wcrecx-otlicio del
egates. The movement had thr hearty endorse
mint ol nil thr chief executives, commis
sioners ot agiiculturr and immigration
ot the sevrial slates interested.
Ihe pi nis proHsed by the committee
on pcrm.'iii' nt oignuizatiou which were
unanimously adopted, were as follows:
A our commit Ice selected tor the pur
pose ol dratting a plan ol organization
loosing to the lorinatioii ol a Krinancnt
southern intci state immigration bureau
lor the purposr ol securing added impa
lalion and capital lot the southern states
iitil leiritorics. seeming tinil'irtn Ircighl
mil immigration rates, the opening of a
geniral other and the establishment ol
such other ollar ami agiucies. the ar
ranging of t.-iirs and exosttions, s
tablishuii: (Mirls ot rntrv and the doing
ol all oi her things nivtssury for the de
velopment of every slate and terri
tory embraced in the call of
this convention. beg to recom
mend that there Ik svlcvtcd an exe
oiuivc commit lee lo consist of a mcmiicr
iroini-ich stale and territory; that sod
executive commit tee shall select a gen
eral manager, and that said executive
committee and general manrgcr shall
constitute the southern inter state immi
gration bureau. Sour committee lur
lbrniiorrsiigi.eitsth.it all mailers cr
lait.tng to the conduct ol this inlcr-stalr
bureau shall Ik- lell solely with the bu
reau, li eu Uing no question ol slate in
terest involved since each slate will be
represented b one of her most uhh and
representative inrii in the formation of
Hie executive commille."
The prop' ot Norih Ciiioliun certninly
have cause to rxtend thanks in the pro
gressive ieoplr ol Asheville for securing
in this stair the southern inter-stutecon-vention
ol IHiu. And Ihe delegates to
the convention enn congratulate them
selves that Asheville did get it, fori.ocily
ran do itself or slate inure credit thnit
To Insure change nf advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
Ik- hnndiil in bv III o'clock a. m.
A vrrsin of Inriar baking nowiler. Illshisl
of nil In IrnvrnlnM atrrnglh I', II. Ilnvrrn
iv nl HciKirl. Aus-uat 17, INnw. ulv!ltNllv
Till: l-:Ul'ITAHl.K LIFtC
.. 3211.1174 30
V.. It. Monroe, ti
AshfvllVf. N. C,
uiflee .19 Itniiih Main street. aul.litlf
- I'KAI.SS is -
FAM!LY6R0CEI.IES AND PROVISIONS
Ai?'-n lilr Kl '
Nnrtu M il.
n i ftrk V. ...ru Mill..
TO WEAK MEN
nflSrlng ffoal Ihs afftnts af snsUlfal arronx asrtt
awar, a Una wait nmn, latmsnbwoSals..lalU
S n4 valuabls Inallaa laaslxll anlaldlnf rail
BaHInlia for aotns f Ufa. Prtlnl sharg, A
iblaailld BMdlaal work i ahnflls ha taad bv varv
Zaaa as la aatium aa4 asMUlstaa, I llnis.
rtssf. aSCs IfllUa,
W. A. Blair. J. V. Brown.
No. 3a Futton Avenue.
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Yi hiv now ivady, mid in
vito our friPiitiH and thf ul)
lit ",vn'rall.v to rail and ix
aininf our well Melt'ft.'d utork
Which wh n iv offi'riinrat rock
boUiiiii priccH. I'liilcrtakinn'
a Hpcc.nl feat u iv. CallH at-
tcndtnl da.v or ninht.
Tplcplioiir,da,v 75, nitfht (55.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Thr entire atuck or
Plated Jewclr ,
JtiiliiiK 1.01- HnH.chcP. Huttunt nad tintc
1-B-O HE-THIRD OFFl-1-3
K at itrt limn (if citmt. we intend In the future
to keep noihlntr hnt Hullil (told nnd
Atrrlinu Hllver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
1 ciniMC ipuvpi pp
Mouth Main SI. Aaheville.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.. V. M. C. A. ROOMS, t
Open dnllr. eicept Aundnye. from 10 a. nt.
uuul 1 i. ro., nd S until T p.
The ternie of uutKription are: one jenr
o moi., ft. AO; 9 mcM., 91 ; 1 mo., AOctn.;
tally 2 rt
offlvin lur llti l'rcilrni. Cbnrlea W.
9lmty; Vlt-r-lrrailrnt, Tho. A. June; Hec.
itnd Trrnnurrr. I. H Wate-on; Uhrntinn. MIm
K J Hntfh
Cltlirna and vUu.r nrr runliuliv Jiivitfo
to .nnprt't the vatnluKur nnd iumtSltr their
Mfliwi mi-nilwrit an'lOdtf
17 Patton Avenue,
iftumssur to Hslr.1 A Mrs-tor I
No. aS North mlu Htrect.
A Mt'l'KHKIN FI.OlR M ANt'PACTI'KKI)
fun Ot'H THAtiR. At.L HlfKH.
YE SELL FOR 13.40 PER HUNDRED.
NEVER HEARD of BEFORE
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
STANDAkllS SOCTS. f'KN OT.
I'icllral Inr Minting, lit.
ftHI.KCTH ..: 40CTR. I'KMOT.
Vrvy Fla fur Hl.wlug, Hryinx. etc.
Rolrt from fcnaar lo huuat Ihroaali anllrr
city. Mhiuuwnta nnlml Halls . hicks at.
Onlrra Ml si No. T Irlfrrsna l)rt, or wnt
thrnuMh th. mall will Iw drllwrrd promptly
lo an, Hft of thr dtv. A.Mrr.. nrrl. r. by
niHll lo 0. M. MII.I.KK.
oil dim Hos 447, Cits
HI ME. LANSDALE,
Mlwrlallsl la Trratllii
FALLING HAIR ANO ICALP DISORDERS.
rifflrr lliisrs i a. m. tn i i. n,
No. 9 North Main Htrect.
SH VriHIIKU IKISS.
Invalid Ladlrs Wallrd on at IhrlrH.imrs.
CIII.KIIHATKIl "NKWMAN NHHVH TON
IC" ON RALII.
Tli inn ti wlio wvnt out to
milk iiml silt ilown oim hoiil
ilvrin tlif miiltllvot ttimsturr
1111(1 MVtrVl for tilt' row to
bm k up to him, h;is thf i hi
rst brother of thr miti who
ki'it utorv uml diilnot u'hw
1 1st; hvni um he tvnsonril t hn t
thr iiiirrhnnitift jmhlk woulil
biirk up to Ills place wlii'ii it
nil II I VO KOIIIVT II III ft.
The Arthcvillp Daily unci
Wkkkly Citizen rovers Wont-
em North Carolina.
WK AKH HAI'I'V TO ANNOUNCE
THAT Wli HAVB THIS WEKK IN
CKKASKH TIIK CAPACITY ANU FA
WK HAVU SEi'.'l'Kiai SHVKKAL
AND ARE NOW READY TillilVE
OI'R FRIENDS A SI'LENDID CI T AND
CINEii' AI.ITY. AT VERV REASONA
BLE KATES. CALL IN AND SEE I'S;
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL. j
ill'R REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL CI'LI. AND ACTIVE. AND WE
CAN CIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK HRtUV.HT IN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
K. H. BH1TT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER.
AUo Kru'lhiK 'rf all kincU donr. All order
prom it I, v flllrd und work Ruurnnteed. Cn
be fttind nt nil time Ht Oriihum'R Cut ton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Cuiierisl i IiiMurniice I A it cut.
Nfur Su. 'Ju Hi.utll Main Mttrrl.
l:,liilili.liril INur.. A.hrill.-. N. C
ault d I v
EiiKllnh and French
BOARDING ANO OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. to I'rrnch liriisil Avruur
MRS. BURGVYYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(For many years AMiit-latr I'rtndMil of Ml
Vrrnoa ln.lii.Hr, Hnltiniorr.l
An.ltril by a ciirps of ciimut nlrnt trat-hrr
nr,ft .11 T
H. H. cosnv,
thurettwtor to C. Cownn.i
tj PATTON AVENl'E,
SIIXT IHMiH 111 i:.(.Nll t'KNTRAl. II I J.
Till.. ASIIIi ll.l.li. N. c.
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MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOK
I If iiu ha. 1 nny Xhh-. Thront ur Luni '
On S. ili. mi. 111 I will -trnil a inniihlrl T
Nlra.Tiillvr iif Anhrvillr nn.l ul.u I lie in-T
' hnlinK trHliiicnt m-r with list ol .urs.
tii.n. in Ih un.w,r-rU by thv iiati.nl
; whrn unlirinii Motor Trrntminl. Thl
' trratmrnt is a. rl1r.-tlvr a. thr officr
(II'I'ICK Ml as I'ATTON AVKNI'lt.
' A.li-vllk-. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN. M. D. t
RETELL & WACNEH,
Rn,-rruira tu Kiiip A. l.lvhlrnlH-rKrr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Cullers roasted on thr prcmlsrs dally, and
tfround forrwry ru.iomer.
Full Line of Ttible Huppllc.
Hrrr drllvrr) A lull llnr of I'crd, hunlthrd
al wh.ilr.nlr irli-r.
J8 PATTON AVUNI E.
Trlrr one Nu. mi.
WM, R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anhevllle, N. C.
. U, Most i.
mar I. Ill I,
KTHE BEST KNOWN REMFDY.
In ItoADars, srllhnnlPaln.
rrrranla Mlrlrtura. 1 alt,, ha
nrrld or poisonous sntistnncrs, snd
i.n.r.nir.u aiisoiiii.-ia iisrinlras.
tiw ,,, nu'inna sun i
aSli'il.r1 T?W p,lH.i'
HON MALH BV
RAYSOR SMITH. ASHEVILLE. N. C
- y stW WVAry Pssw fl,
Specimen Coploi and Beantlfal Calendar aent Free.
Itl evr? rRE0lNpi? MOoTiTiAvEL
. W ril4RIBIB arka will sal ml aad aaad aa lals all wlik ssa.a aa4
r aad tl.TS lla raslaj ar Krwnm im, OnMr sr AVaJa-rml LMfr al tnr M..I, w. arad
MB YOUTH' COMPANION PRRIlaiaaaarr. IHI. aad far a Pall Vaar rVaa. laal Dal.
Tkl.adSr laaladaa Ik H DOlmi.E IIOI.IIIAV NI'SinKIIN f.r TkaalaasUlaa, l hrl.la.as,
Raw Taar, Baals aad rnnUMiln aad all Ik llla.tralad Wrrklr Mawlaasaala.
dadrawMIMroMTkyB COatPAallOW, 41 Tampl. Pl.c, Bostor), Mass.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A mtMlrrn fimt c'huii hotel, lint nnd cold wntrr itnd ttthii and toilet on erery floor.
Ulect tic tii'lla In evrry ronm. Uptn tin1 In orliii1 and uruttn In hed room. tflit?e, dining
room, lufU'h citutitrr. oIkoc ""' " wp. Htiuiil und bur ami hllllnrd room on flrat floor. Wee
trie tit ml ear nt dour every yit titiiiute. Kkhtnund und DnnvlUe rnllrond entinft houe.
.IO nilntitew for uietll.
RATI h, $l.ao Vl'R DAY,
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. . HttVAN and W I.Ti:i liRKKN, ClerkH.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS. INCLUDING BATH
H-inl.hr.1 throiiKhiiul in Anllitui link. Piirl.ir mill Rciti.n Hull linl.hnl In (Juartrr.
jSiiwrilunk Wnll. ilriits-il .villi l.lni-riiit-Waltiin.
Fur lurihrr i.il'uriniilion vi.ll mi
I G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeilcr80Drive.
$100 REWARD I
Pur nnynnr who will liu a pnlr of itrnlinm Slim-, nnrt nut iit-t vi.lur rrcrlvrd Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
ut nlnnr I'tirtntnt' WurehMi(te
I llnaaril I'rntlit uml Milt. H.iii-iinilH-nr. with
A - Word to - the -
Thr huiiiw.iy I'Ihiio Ik I'll the rtv Kiiaul Sinnditrt! tf tlie World, autl C. Folk la tttein
mil's iinrnt. 1 li 1 ml iiiiiric pt-t.ple hi Atthevl le luv it itnd tnkr no other. It takea money
to huj II I m il it vrry cl nr. mill om- tt-tilr cannot quite reach It. Hor theae I hare the
A. II Chiie I'titnu, Hhkh ia n kn"wUlKMt nml "hl ly KtHnway a nrat to hit. The Hr
err it I 'lu in 1 hn tN-rn lit drainml by othrr houuva who wanted It for In la territory, bat C.
KhIU krephlt HkI'I here.
Hy my iriivi I ntny not in 1 rich, hut I ttmke a hoat r t'rlt 111U.
The Pirrand Ac Vntev fri(itn will Ik n nu thlnx new in thr mnrket nt thl place, whfie
Wilcm at White, kimhall At W.iterlci.. ircnit are coriatnntly demanded and anld on good
UTttii, I winh It to tic undrrtO'id thnt when I aell un inttiillmenta, and purehaaera do not
wish to keep the Instrument. I do nut tvttUn nil money paid, hut return nil amount paid
atiove rent. I hope thr eh a racier catattl.nhe.l for III yrnn In Aahrvlllc will have It weiiiht
when you bnve to d'-dd where to huy u I inno or other imtrument. KepeelAillj,
Ca FAKLKa .is North Main St.
( )f rmiiw tlionM inoiHw in
iirinti'r'H ink, hut tli unm
wlionwikfH the most . itiMli.
ffunt line of it Kt'ti th moHt
money out of it. It floe not
iuy to udvertirtw Hoiiii-tliinu
you haven't col. or any tiling
you cannot ilo inn ilo wrll.
The man wlio advert isi' a
fraud must have a 'gnod"
fraud, uml lie who ad vert taw
darcnuiH in c0'" niUHt In
preinrel to Hiifinly hin ciih-
Real EtAtate Acnt.
AMI LOAN IIMIlKI'.H,
I NOHTH MAIN ST., I MOKQAN'S BOOK STURE I
I Motu-y liisn.il nml wrll .n-urrd al H per vent.
Mrnl M.line IiiiukIii nml .old at pulillr nml
piivu-.i.k-. ll.nl.viilUi'tr.l. I ,uiiilmi,i ,i
hral I sti.tr and Aurllun liu.lnrs. In i h'irlr.
lull, S V , t n yriir., uilU will alt- it-. .it.l
I Nttrntiiin tu ail ttiiltiiM put in m rlinrur.
w rrtnl . r.rfs ,f Rnlntolnlni 4 fnrsW.'r. Bwirfm al w Inw , sw,
FREE TO JAN. I. 1891.
j. .-sj. vvk'
ROOM FITTED rJITH'TtfATER CLOSET.
ue utry iiouuti l,o.,
I. 11. U'lWI.I.. Mnnaurr.
Fcople - of - AKhcville.
r I LJ W1 2 T T lj
m I AaU ivviii
otnr eoilc itarre with The Hnn' opinion
niton l men nml thlmrt, nnd Rome people
dmt't ; hut everybody liken to rt hold of the
nmsiwiKt which in never dull and never
nfrnl'l t ofieak Ita mind.
Iieimtcrnti. know that for twentr yeara
Thr Kun linn fnustht In the front Hue for Iein
ocrntU' priiiiiplt-a, never waverlnsc or weak
ntinu In Hr loynlty to the trurtntrrrata of the
pnrtv It aervra with fcarleaa Intclllitrnce and
tllHinterratrd vlanr. At tlmea opiniona have
ilirtiml nr to 'fie Iseat mrana of aerompllah
ln the common purpone; It la not The
Hon'a fuult if It baa accn further Into the mill
KlRhtaen hundred and nlnetv-one will lie a
nrr at yrar In American put it (ca. and tverjr
olv ahould read The Attn.
finlly, per month ..0-S
I'utly, ier year e.oo
SuMilny. nir rear 1.00
inly untl Kiinihiy, er yenr I.00
I iuil nml Ktinilny. wr month , 070
Wwkly. uite year l.OO
Adrtr-t4M THK HI'N. Kw Vork
4 NHW filOtli. cnr.fuliy pre pa ml It r lead
- intf mrti'tM-r nf thr Aahevllle har ion
tinrnt parclttiirtit and heavy flat paper), cor
lf.it nil iM.tt'tmuvv
t( l Mt ti- 'ilhiT
p un w, jumi. 0111 urn now
f the CtTitit Pi ulip-h
So.S diss rl.