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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY. EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1890.
If advertising does
n't pay, why is it that
the most successful
merchants of every
town, largeand small
are the heaviest ad
vertisers? If it dot's
ntt pay to advertise,
why do the hen viest
business firms in the
world spend millions
in that way'.' Is it
because they do not
know as much about
business as the six for
a dollar "stotvkecp
er"in a country town,
who says money
sitcut in advertising
is thrown away'.'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANPOLPH-KliKR PRISTINE CO.
Thb Mailt Citiirn. I tvtmH'rntlc, is iinnli.hro
asry aJurnuon i.aocpt tiunilay i al the lal
taartaa rate mttictlr cmh
On Yw 6.0i.
la Mo.th. a.uti
Tare Monlha l.n.i
IH Moath i"
Oa Was. '
THE DAILY CITUKM
a on aalt at thr following places In A.hevllliv
BATTBRV PAKK NKWMHTANI).
OUBN NOCK NHWS STASH
MOUBLCIUAK STOKK, I'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSON U NBWS STOKIi. Nurlh Court
WEDNESDAY. NOVUM KICK l'J, 1H1HI
Tka ItUcr-ttiate Convention.
One raontb from vostcnluy the srssimi
of tbt Southern Inter State I iiiiiiirnlioii
Convention will oien its session in this
city. Ai the time iiiirniu'hr we I m.-k ' "
to realize tbe ",rt-utticss of the compli
ment eitended to us in the Klrction ol
Asherillcaa the place of mcctiiti;. Ui
nta? alto realize the weight of the respiui
aibility devolved uHn hi, nnd the ncces
itr that every man ami woman in tin
city ahould do well Ins ami her part tbut
the honor and the rvsHinsiliililv lieliornt
worthily. Of thin we have no I'tur; wt
refer to it only t iviui, ii .!! mir i-'t'-e-.
that even if retreat i i.a 1 ill"
ia no room for it. Happily sum a tiling
hua entered no miiiil ; and Asluville will
be proud and happy to lo as she Im al'
wavi done under like ciuuiiist.iiici's, win
ning applause from lur visitors, ami reap
in( sntistavliou lor IkimIi.
And we will lie prouil ol Uiii) parlki
patora in the Irlilx.'riiliiuis which
deeply concern the wellare uf the South
in all iti parts ami in ull ita interests; ili
liberations uol leading to national six
rva;alion and seltish uliaorption ol out
manifold resources, m looking to a
munly intleprmliiicc, a triiiiul rcliaiict
tiMn our owu anna and litaiii. it eouli
deuce in our ow n resources, u pride in
our unaidel achievements; ami withal
generous purKsc to share with all tlx
fruits of our success, inviting nil tin
world to eonie and partake with us I In
geniality of mir climate, llic Ihuiiiiv m
our noil, the wealth of forests, the stuns
of our mine.
We propose to discuss ;tinoii);oiii selves
how we shall best utilue our iKisscssions.
apply our resources, develop our uniisril
rapacities; ami, conlcssmj; our present
inability to line ami improve all that wi
have, to invite our lirrthicn of other sec
tions to come amont; us, to extend tin
hand of welcome to the ilcsiralilc forriu
er; and to urjje them ull to conic; to
tiring their brain, their skill, their iuiliis
try, their character, their capital, and
help develop a laud which, more than
uny other on earth, combines so mini v
of the elements ol human happiness mid
We urge tlwm to come to sec and learn
truths that malignant misrepresentation
has concealed Irom many, ami to divert
into the channels we shall show them,
anil the depth and breadth ol which wi
will prove to them, those energies ami
those resources they had lieeil accus
tomed to upply to unprofitable uses.
New lessons we proMse to tench the
world. We will tell it ol lactones where
the hum of the spindle shall blend with
tbe song ol the picktr in the adjacent
fields; we will take him to those lacto
nes) whose open windows in the month
of feeember will rebuke the ice locked
wheels of the northern mills; we will take
him into our lorcsts, mid let him see the
coveted treasure of the furniture manu
facturer growing in sight of Ihrsnwthat
is to reduce it to slnie, and of the rail
road that hi to hear it to the distant
mnrket; we will show them tin- e
hnustles stores of iron ore, anil side bv
side the conl nnd the lime, that is to fit
it at minimum cost for the uses of com
merce or the arts; we will show him our
boundless water power, now wasting its
strength in the exuberance ol an untaxed
strength; wc will take him down our
streams, and nt their mouths we will
how him ports accessible to the mercan
tile navies of the whole world ready to
transport to the most distant pints 01
the earth the treasures uathered up from
the South alone.
K very where wc will show him where he
can best applv his capital and his ener
gies; and evrrv here we will show him
health and contentment, peace, order and
tranquility ; nnd everywhere nnsious pur
pose to engage with us in advancing and
developing our interests, all who have
faith in our representations and desire to
know the extent of nur resources.
A Railway CommlMlon.
It appear that the Raleigh News and
Observer to a champion of the present
railway rate in North Carolina. It
duct not think tbry are too high or that
they descrioiinate unjustly against any
portion of the state. The News and Ob
server baa, of course, a perfect right to
take tki position; and if it does so on
the basia of sound argument, and unrtia
pated facts its contributions will be ol
value (n the present agitation for a state
railway commission. If the Newt and
. Observer caa show on trustworthy evi
dence that North Carolina is already be
ing served try the railways as favorably,
a other states with railway oomtfi is
siona, it will have performed an impor
tant service not only for the railways, in
which, of course, it has no especial inter
est, but tor the public as well. A railway
commission for North Carolina would
cost something; if it is not necessary the
News and Observerwill coaler a favor on
the tux payers by proving that to be a
Tmk Citizkn'k observation does not
confirm the News nut! Observer's opinion
that railway rates are as low or as fair
here us in Heorgin, which has a railway
commission. Nor, as Mr. Kepler inti
mated yesterday in his communication
to Thk Citizkn, do ,we find anywhere
among business men such railwav rales
as the News and Observer recently pub
lish. On the contrary, we do liud in the
published railway schi-iliiles the grossest
discrimination against Ashcville ami
Western North Carolina ami in favor ol
the other sections. An investigation
made a tew months ago showed that a
certain class of freight could lie sliipH-d
as far out ol Atlanta for eight cents per
hundred pounds asout of Ashcvillcl'oi l'l
cents. It is less than three days ago
that we saw a letter from u St. Louis
business man in which he said : "It is im
possible Inr us to ipiotc vou a lower fig
ure, the Ireight rates in Xortii Carolina
are so exhorhilnnt." That complaint is
common in business letters; wc have
seen it again and again. We know that
business enterprises have licctl diiveu
from Asheville by Ireight rates that sim
ply astounded persons who live where
there is railroad competition.
The News and Observer will do well
to take these facts into consideration.
It is not so many years since ticu.
Ilooth, leader in the Salvation urim,
was thought to he oulv n new kind of a
crank. Now it tippciirs that he is the
one man of all England who can solve
the problem ol the poor and wicked
ol thr nether side ol Loudon. 1 here
must Ik- great coutidcucc not only in
in n. Ilooth s honesty mid sincerity, hut
also in his administrative ability when
great sums of money are siibscnlied to
carry out hiM-aiupaigii against sin and
MTATI-: i.i:i;ihi.ati ki;.
... cuinpoaltloH l-olltlvullt Alll-
Hve JfviulwrM lii-iuovrMIM.
I'rutil a Kulri!h StH'Uill.
flic returns ol election so far as re
ceived show that the majority ol Merri
moil lot chiet justice over Price will
closely approximate '.',iiPU. Congress-
inan-clccL Vt . A. Ilraiu u, ol the lirst dis
li ii-' . says that his tn.,orHv is about :i,
.lull, tint ol the 17ii mciultrrs ol the leg
tsiature there arc 1 1, ilcmocr.its, J, re
publicans, ami 1 iudciicuileiil. There aic
lul' nam Wis ol the I .11 -huts' alliance. II
lawyers, and 1' merchants. Mid 1 whose
pioicshioiis arc ma known lieu. Nearlv
.-ill the alliance nicmbci are democrats
l over twenty ol all liicnu-mlierKlailei!
10 sign the alliance ilciuand cards. All
: lie coiign-ssiuan-elicl nave. Chcaih
1 republican I and Henderson and Cnwlts
1 democrats! have signed the demands.
ami both the latter ;tiiigressiucusavthcv
Heartily lavor them.
-crclary iu-ddiugtit Id, ol the slate
Fanners' alliai.ee, sas that while the
tiMlonly 01 tin Mii.ac ligi.l.iiuic an
pledged to vote lor Vance lor senator,
ict he thinks lac legisl.itmc will rcntim
whoever is electro senator to pledge his
supHtrt to tlic tii..itvaMii v hill.
liidiM l.lt-ii Over 10 A :.
.tinn tlic St-vhn,l Coulter
The New York Sua :is: "There is m
sense in ainiMUii I nn Kccd. lie is hon-
est ami he is able. 1 be run also stivs.
s.-.ikiug ol liigalls: "No man has a
higher sense ol icrsoiial honor than he.
There is no man whose word can Is- re
lied 011 Ins. There is no American more
patriotic than lie; and there is 110 poli
tician who would scorn more 1 11.111 he
any dishonorable transaction or ant
cheating ilrvico." The Sun is also 11
i;rrat admirer ol llcuiniiitu T. Iltitlcr. Oil
the other hand, the Sim abuses Clrvc
Cli veland. It aimsrs all public men w ho
ibller Horn it. It has the right to choose
us own coniiany, and its company suns
it to a Iraclioii.
Mow Isnnranl we AreT
l-'roni tin- Nuvrfflls-r Century.
Our day in !MI while I was scvrrlarv
ol thr Tinted Slates legation in I'ekin, 1
took to the ministry n dispatch lor thr
secretary of slate, retpiesting him to in
dorse it favorably. It was to ask lor mi
eight months' leave of absence, without
pay. to travel in western China and
f ltil.it . Thr minister rend it ovcr.aml turn
ing to me said : "I cannot give my ap
proval to this. Ifvoiialisent voiirscl'tfroni
the legation I must have anna-otic to take
your place ami do your work, tint I tell
you w hat I will do: Suae yon are so
anxious to see Thiliet, I will iiscnllmyin
llucnce at Washington to have you us
pointed minister resident and consul gen
cm! there." I timidly asked him il he
knew where Thiliet was. "No," he an
swrrrd; "but it makes no diilerciice. I'll
do what I said."
What lietter illustration could I given!
the ignorance in which we urcconcerning
Thiliet? The minister ol thr I nited States
to China did not know that it was an in
tegral part of the em pile to the court ol
which lie was accredited!
m:hi: .4.vn Tiir.KR
IS SOUTH CAKM.ISA.
(lov. Kowlc is writing liismrssagrfor
The trusters of llluek well's Durham
bank have declared another dividend ol
10 ier cent., making altogether one hun
dred cents on the dollar.
"Peg-Lcir" Williams says he will
start the exodus movement uniting the
colored pcople again, and that there is no
limit to thr numlier he wants.
There was a meeting of southern cot
ton manufacturers in Charlotte last
Wednesday, the mills in this vicinity bring
well represented. The meeting wiis with
closed doors nnd newper rrHirters
were not ndmittrd, but lite Chioniele
learned incidentally or accidentally, that
the' object of the conference was to estab
lish a uniformity of prices lortbeirgoods.
Is this a "trust or not ? To "a man up
a tree" it looks like nothing else. Spirit
of the South,
At Mooresville Uvnngelist Kifr made
an esK-ciul apwal to the I'rcvhylcriiiut
present, lor money sulticient to build a
parsonage for the Presbyterian church.
The npiwal was reaMinded to bv sub
scriptions tt thr amount of I J, (MM), Mr.
l-'ite contributed tot) himself. A numlier
of members of other churches also con
tributed to the same cause, four hun
dred dollar! was raised to pay on the
tabernacle building, and a purse of $7l
was presented to the evangelist. Over
01 KJ worth of Bibtre wns sold daring thr
meeting by Mr. File's iliblc agent.
' WE ALL'S MISS KATHEM.XE."
Thomas Nelson Page is supiosed to
hold a patent right to nil the negro diu.
lect of the upper south, just at Joel Clmu-
dler Hurris doet in tbe lower; uuU by
thus conceding tbe distinguished Virgin-
iau what he has to well sustained in
"Marsc Chan" and other charniiug sto
rics und character sketches, it can not be
said tbut his work is entirely without
There are portions that, however cor
rectly he may have caught the express
ion and pronunciation ol the negro, la
has not in his SK'lliug and abrevialion,
succeeded in conveying to bis readers just
what he intended ; or if so, then there is
a tlillcrence in negro dialect in almost the
same region ot country.
Mr. Page's stories are so delightfully
cnlci mining, so entirely Ircsh and orig
inal, so true a portrayal of thr
anti-lK'Ibun period in the south, to
gether with the habits und characters 01
our cidcvaui servitors, that his, inigln ,
Willi some degree ol propriety, lie stvled
a work 01 rcuais.aiice; certain it is that
lilt- olil-lune ilarkey is rapid Iv passing
awav, and though we cannot revive his
ipiaiul and curious ways, it is his sav
ings and doings thai Mr. Page, and olh
crs, have chronicled atttl preserved lot
us, who knew him in what some sincerely
believe to have Ik-cii, his most contented
Ih-si und happiest days. Certain it is
also that the younger generation of the
negro 110 more resembles his progenitor
save in color, than dues chalk reseniblc
chevsc. His so-called education, lor the
iM-tlcr discharge ol hit duties under the
la v, I, as not oulv destroyed Ills ulciilitv
.11, il simplicity, but to a degree, his hon.
It is no wonder that Mr. Page's dialect
stones met with 11 warm welcome; thev
touched a chord thai vibrates with so
nianv pleasant memories ol the post
that il tumor thoughts apieur, they arc
absorlH-d in I he peculiar charm ot the
work as a whole. It is no woialcr loo,
that others should have essayed to rival
or imitate liiiu. Not to imitate him
cither, but rc'oguizing nt once the male
rial spread liclore them, should essav to
unit. He negro dialect und character, in
mam Hue stones ol Inert Humor or
pathos or both, I01111 u large proportion
Not to rival him, but like a crowd ot
lollv good Icllows, one joke culling to
mill another ami another, those stories
ol Mr. Page remind the enure south that
they too, have something good to tell
.11111 they tell it.
hie oi the Ik-si that has yet apis-arcd,
i "We All s Miss Katberine" (Catholic
World lor Novcnilierl by Mrs. - C. l-'ar-iiiholl
of Aslkvillc. The daughter of a
distinguished and talented lawyer of
Taisicrn Carolina, this lady inherited
natural gilts which were cultivated by all
that generous wealth could supply.
Drought up on a large Roanoke planta
tion, she had every oiHirt unity to stiulv
negro character in its liest pauses. It is
not strange therelorc that Mrs. I'ariu
hull succeeded in presenting, in the well
toll! tale ol "We All's Miss Katacrinc."
the character 01 a negro woman, with so
1. oli. ml a icu, thai lici counterpart is re
cognieo again and again. Il is like the
i.nlcil pictuie ol some long lost Incml.
lailid Ml taindiar.
Looking bcvoml the sentiment of the
-inn-, 1 lie author's attempt al negro dia
lect i remarkable good. Here is a Ss-c
I. 111 11: "Shoo! dat au'l no more n li'ai
tracks in de big mad. 011d1111l10 gal
dee isdc oiiaiouuiabUsl, iliaugc.iblcst.
II, .Honest, loolniist things on lop o r,otl
Ainigliiv's yeth! Von all go 'long
a-lalktu' lip Misl' Lpiss. vo' p.i lllai kiu'
'bout wot er good lariiicr he is, an o'
ma' lowin' she can'i la p I il.iu' im
count o' his Is-iu' sich tr oncoinuion
amid miii ter his ino'er. .Miss Stella she
'grccin' ler it all an' lholc yo'! Suae
lcse-inn. inn's lieu slic eonie crying', an'
.i-saviiig tv how she doaii livc Mist'
!-!is-s she wauls lo'er man. t'mp I
knows 'cm. Ics look how we all's Miss
Kati.cr'iic looken io.icl wi ail!"
"Who was Miss Ka.iur'iu, Aunl
"Now wo Tl au Istdv Iisscii ter dali'
Lawd! Livvd! Ii rt-'sir chile .ushully
aiu' ur mc who M:sh Kaiher'ne Syduey
wu, nn' cv'y fool o' ili ; ere hill' vvlinr
hi-r pa's Icniba' now. u--d biloug ter ole
Mist'css, an' ev'vboily in (lis yen- county
used know Miss KiiiIut'uc lor depui lies'
oooiali in de coiiaiv! Lawd! Lawd!
an't dis ere er eiir'ous woiT1"
An eutrriaiuii.g story is We All's Miss
K'lther'ui. and lioia Hie sa ne d-n il is
l.ois.d soiiu thing else wiil b, forthcoming.
j. A. W.
Prom the Siriuuileil Krintlilleun.
The cry thai "Uaay must ipiil is being
taken up by nearly nil the republican
paisrs, east ami west. This it very well
now that il is I' anal the boss brings de
tent iiistcud ot victory, but the time to
have sHiken was bclorc that discovery.
No amount of nice talk now can hide thr
humiliating met that not miinv (lays ago
these piiiers, with but lew exceptions,
vere ready to saciiricv every moral and
social consideration lor thr party 's tem
MMlheHoulhern Medical "vYorldi
"Mether's l-'riend" is growing in favor
throughout the south and is highly rec
ommended bv physiciuiis. We consider
it tmlisictisiihle to those who know they
must pass through the oideal of child
birth. Write llradrich! Regulator Company,
Atlanta, tin., I'm mrtirulart. Hy all
AftK VOI R UROCKR
EVERY SACK IS GUARANTEED I
UANI'rACTI'SKD V TM
MERCHANTS OF WESTERN N. C.
Wc wtah to any that wt har tweurrd the
rrvtrm uf our
NR. O. !h. IIHNRV,
to rrprfrnt our (ntnrnu In your rctlon (Vir
Hnnthrr yrnri nil huylnff (food for
SPOT CA6H DIRECT,
we an prepared In meet the very doses!
cnmprllttiin. Kir. Henry will also rust sue
to have authority to collect alt accoaata due
our Arm, Thanking yoa for yuar past pat
rons, and wishing a aontlnaatloa of the
tame, sy are, ver respectfully.
Wllaortt Bnrm aft ttoi,
Importer salt Whole Oroevrs,
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prising pniK-r in North Carolina. ,
Its efforts are always devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re
sources of the State, particularly the
Subscription, $(i kt annum; six
ninnths; SI) cents per month.
V cream nl' nirtnr taakitnr powder. HUhi'st
ol all In leavrniMK strength V. H. r.overil
111.nl Hi-pcrl. Anirust 17. 1NNU. iulygudlv
Thr rntirt utock of
:iultiilini tlnr Hn.othru, Button und Hrucc
v ut.nl.e of rout, wr intend la the future
to luTp nnthinu hut Molid iold anl
Sterlinht Silver tewelry.
ARTHUR M, FIELD,
I PiniUR ICWFI FD 4
South Main Nt. Aabevillt.
iw I.Im uainr and prlre imiMd aa aatiaai
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMIN.
Flu Calf an Laes4 WatarmaT Urals.
Th. aseelle-ae. and weariDt quslKls. tls soa
esBon m bellee ihowa ttisn nj the weiiaf
B.'U tH IM UUIUMlIU U. GUOMIIi
OO Oaaalae llanilew4t aa stesat aai
3 Mylltfi Im Shi which oonmwdi Salt
tAM llmntrwri Welt. A an. eaii aha
unegiuUll for Mri. aod dorsblllty. .
tJta ti.dre.r Well I. taa al.sil.rt area
O fthiM, at populw peloa.
Qo r.iirrmaa'a Dhaa isssiwaiaar
w foe rsllrtsul turn, fwmera, ea
to i to sunrn . as.
w -mm wti 'wbw asfVlf
tuva baM moat favorably reortwd aim tatwdiKtaa
ana im recvai impntT"mpnw rirT I
mn avnw ahnaaai meiA all IhM nrlrm
Ask your boalm; anil ir be eaoaot anppty wtm
dhvei to fartury eDoloaias adeartlaM aoaa.
rnr nmar man a.
W. la IIOUULA.
FOR 8AI.B BY
WEAVER A MVER8,
CONSTANTLY O.N HAM).
WECATERTO FAMILY TRADE
J. E. REED & O..
No. 10 Court Nquare.
oetuil d vr
Real lHtate Agents
AMP I.DAV IIKOKRR,
i NORTH MAIN IT., I MORGAN'! BOOK STORE )
Money luancil anil well sevnred at ft per ceat.
Kcat K.lntr houuht anil aoM at puhlle anil
private sale. Rents collected. I ennitncted a
Real .tate and Auction liualnes. la Charles
ton, A. C, tea years, and all! atvv prompt
attention to nil bu.inca put la my eharae.
rLet STtaaitaa. Low Rati
Tmr Trip. a ws
DETROIT, MACKINAO ISLAND
lshg.a.U St Man.. Lah.
arna W.y eea.
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DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
tSfri.1 tmUmf Tttt. awtaf 1m, it, AH" SS.
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CHICAGO AND rr. jJOStPH, MICH.
OUR iLLOtTltATtO ,trMl"T.
BaM. aad anloa Tleh. wlUWfu -auhai
be your TSh AenkMra:! e,.
I. t. WHITCOMa, 0. . A., Ocramr. Mica, ,
Oaerolt ant) OMmland iMSffl Nay, Oa.
IUFFERERI OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Laat aiaakoorl, tsrly decay! etr tteH eaa se
ear a home treatise irae, by addr ss'ag a Sit
lowsalleeeT, C. W. LRKK,'
T. O. Boa 1, Noaaoka, Va. .
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WE ARB HAPPV TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WK HAVIi THIS WEKK IN
CKUASHU Tllli CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIHSOI- OI K
WIJ HAVIi Sliil'KIiU SIJVliKAL
P I KST-C L ASS. EX I' Ii K 1 HNC lilt WORK
MAN, AND ARE MV KEAHV TOtilVI
OIK PRII-NKSA SI'I.IJXDIll I'll' ANI
PIXP. IMAI.ITV. AT VEKV REASON A
III.U RATES. CALL IN' AND SEE I S
ALL WE ASK IS A. TRIAL.
Ol'R REPAIR llEI'ARTMENT IS
STILL l-TI.L AN'll ACTIVE. ANI Wli
CAS HIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK HKOIT.HT IN.
WEAVER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
K. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Alao tiru'iliiK all klnda ilone. All itnlert
promptly filled imtl work Kunrantred. Cnn
14 ftiuntl at all tiniew at (iriiham'a Cutton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
Ea Ja ASTON,
a.eneral 1 liixuraiive 1 Ag-eut.
Keur No. 'JO South Main street.
h'alHlilished I Nil.". AslK-villr, N. C
ati.l n 1 v
KnglUh aud French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND UTILE GIRLS.
No. 4i French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN M AIT LAND, PRINCIPAL
Kor many year AMoctate Principal of Ml
Vernun latttitute. Raltiniore.l
A ted by a vorutt ut com pen lent teacher
B. H. COSBY,
iKmveMMtr t C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVKNl'K,
TO t'.KANU CKNTKAU III).
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' desecrfi-tivr f Aheville and tilo the in
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tlin to lie Nnwrel liy the imticnt '
when onlrrina Home Trentntcnt. Thin
tffMiittenl la aa effective the ollii
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p aetaesesaaatsaa.aaaeasetstiet es as af aj
REVELL. & WAGNEK,
Hucvraiiora to Koip 4 l.teh ten I writer,
SUGAR AT REFINER!' PRICES.
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fnr ilrlivtrr. A lull Una ol Frtri. Iainl.li.il
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Trkr one No. MV.
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uwhI. AdvertiHirtff in dail.v
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n'tly to tho juir.
cIiuhit day after day
and p'vch hIioimi8
and liurchawrH tlieir
inercantile newH through flu
nilvettiHitiK coluninH, jiiHt h
they Rive the iiowh mut
ter thronffli the editorial col
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GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Putittenger Depot.
A mortem flrat elimn hotel. Hot anil cold
I'leftrtc lit-ll In everv rnnni. Oiien tire in
room, lunch counter, riKar nntj nrws tnnd
iric Rtrert car ai nour every mmuicp
.'O mlnutm fnr menlr.
RATlJ.oo PUR DAY
A. G. HALL YBURTON, Prop.
. N. HHVAM and WAI.TKR fSRkKEN, CIcrkM.
$100 REWARD I
For anyone who will buy a pnlr of Urn hunt Hhoea and not net vu ue received. Now at
jl NORTH MAIN STKEIVr
luat above Fannera' Vt'nrehouae.
VSHKVIIeLK DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chciinrit atore onenrth Itnndle unlhtni: ut I'imi-elaa- 4toid. and Intend to treat
over, body KIGHT. We Hep hnnc-mn'le Ktioea of wvrv kind, llonie-niatlc jrana Hone
made I'lnidM. Ilonie tnaiie tomette. Honie-n.ndc Itrdllntc. We warrant erary pair at
vhevllk- Hhoe C ' rhea.
Anheville Dry Goods Co.,
. O. H'lWILL, Manartr
Howard I'rotfil and Milt. llolct nbe ate with n.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for ita Purity.
We deliver to nil purta of the city our own Bottlini Kxixtrt Beer Ml
ONU DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
(hir lierr ia kept nt a temperature nf 4t denreva and we Kaarantee ym a freah arttcV,aj
..Il time THK TKAlUl 81 I'l'l.lKlt FH()M
WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE
FINE SAMPLE AND BIIXIARH KOOllt.
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.....FOR HAI.K RV-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Atthevillc, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
OFFICE OF THE
Pl'BMMHINtt COHPtV. j
BIBLE H0USc. AST R PLACE. MEW YORK.
KI.MO.rTlONOP THK IMIAKHOI- 11 K HC-
TOM P THIt
frt.rt la l l'l. I Sim.
Itlao'ir 't aire to lneeae tin rir
our Wtralv New a MftLMine
-h.aaev to w hm we VHtll , UIHl
M't-iv of our ttrin huve rr.
nrr 11 a.
iue t-d u nrfim.' ur uliinttun tt
thai the eoMitma o umi'l mMmuI Huti.
- rl.tlm Atfent may rtm-vJy iseuetlt IkI
Chiirlt: 8. Il im
KiMilvetl. That we don me tlie mm of
9l.iHHiinea h to the t hurt h ot nn dnoni.
nnti m in envh nnd vrr 8taie nvitna ttm ur
Hulierlitlon A(eir. that may em u the
la rite t numlier of uttvr titer. I . d na
tion i mailt to the mxTatul etiniait-ttior for
the I'uriMiae ii.vloic off uu itn ihetr
Chtirth. for uurehaatnir new altar lurniluri .
ftir Munday tkhool and oth.r I'arlsh mr
fMiaei I'mvlded, lat. All anltriptlon to the tl.
i.i tTRATKii AMHiK ANIwhir otH year, pnttl
tor In advaee, aid hwatled In tietweea .v
I. INtNi, and Jaa at. Imu. jnd 'h.rr
ntuit tie at leat ten eonirOntf ehunhia in
cv h 8tae, nnd phould thr re not Im at Waal
ten compel Inn churvhc In aataie, the iiionr)
paid In for 8niiH'tiilln he nr-iilenu of that
at ate will lie retur ctl 10 tue war lira to itay
ln It Aud It la turthtr
Ktvalvetl. That a ier1al eterk he detailed
to hep the reeonl of tilm-riiitona toe
nrr ve. and that the tanluiat in eaih ehuren
und wirfh lie tuiiahcd In our rot 11 mat every
week 'Jntl, That nil m on ire ao rteetted tie
d(i.ltnl In ttte Chemleal Natlona bun It.
SewYurkelfv itnl I'nvmmt ol the
mmi to lie made to anv drttrnairl iety a
aonn aiur Jan. IM, a the eunteaaie made,
whteh will not He later than Teh 1. 4th.
All nlac a of lA,iHNtii.hait antaor over, on
the hal ot ihe eetiMia of mmi, mi eneluded
Iron the eomiartltiou.
an 111 pie ettptra will he arnt free lo all pitr
tl-a on applit atton. and a'lipiea tt.uia rt.tln
Inn to thr above offrr vhetrtully niitml,
Hy orthr ol the Itoanl
MAI H4CI M MtMTON. aeereta'
7 Puttoii Avenue.
Copiee and Baautilul Calendar
aasaf a rari f KnlfmM. m4 NaWfr.
FREE TO JAN. I, 1891.
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water Andllbnthn and iollet on erer flnor.
office and jtrntr. in IkiI rnomi. Office, dlnfnr
and bar cud Mllinrd mnm on flrat tlonr. Klco
nunniiinu wu sraTiii'' miiruati Catling ntmiv,
I I.I.I STKATIil.
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tii iii lute MM a ' I mm I ot Civilttntion.
and 11 hna iltmi an wi a a Ctntunt rriinl
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1 tihuK1 ot 'he world' iirourea. nnd itreentji a
rtvtirti etmii trutwiniiy anil inierrttnic
of the not 'Me vrnla. i nMna, and achieve
mriit 01 our time.
H a-v-tni ipilemenla will tie eon tinned ft.
IMI Ihey lllv llterare. aeienttfte. artta
tii. hiatoi it tti, i-rliieal. topxitrnphleal or ta
eeipiivi'. a tMviiltm may tie m nnd. an4 will
eonilnuv to ilt-rrve the hiiirty coaiati ntla
t in t hUh ha lieen lieatowed m paat I aura
liy the piea and the puhlle Aa a family our
nal. llAaraa'a V.kKi.v will, na hereinfore,
lietillted witha-ttht reitanl lor theiuall
Ilea that n-nke it a ante ami welcome viaitor
to rv ry home
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an. km i
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