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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, NO VEM.B Kit 20,
Which la the Better Tertl
niouyT The man who conducts his
business on the theory that
it doesn't pay, and he -can't
afford to advertise, sots up
his judgment in opposition
to that of nearly all the bus
iness men in the world. He
assumes to know more than
thousands of men who have
made their millions by pursu
ing a course that no says
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOI.PH-KliKR TKINTINO CO.
Thr Daily CtTlfKN, Iiemocrfttie, Isiinhllsheil
evere altcrnnon (cutpt (Sunday I at the fol-
lowing rotca mtnttlr tK
THK IUII V CITlZtiN
la nn sale at the following places In Ashcville
HATTKKY I'AKK NKW8HTANII.
lll.UN KOCK NKWtt 8TANI).
MOUKI. CIlSAK HTOKK, I'utton Ave.
J. CAKSON'a NliW! STOKH, North Court
Tl'KSDAY, NOVIiMllKR 25. 18U0.
The Annroaclilnit Convention.
We hope our fellow-citizens will keep
lluir mimlh mill purposes intently lixetl
upon the great iissemlilnge which is to
(jiithcr here tin the 1 7th of Ikveinlier. Il
will imleeil lie i ureal KdtheriiiK. possibly
to lie counted liv the thousands; lor the
whole smith it ml west are nlive with the
iiiiticiititini, and the north nuil north
west lire not imlili'creiit; lor with the
iieute intelligence oi the people of those
sections, they foresee much in the nctioii
of the convention which will hnppily im
plicate their own interests.
In nccoriliiuce with the viewsol Gem-nil
Manuiter Chilton that in wide publicity
its possible lie given to the time, place
and objects ol the meeting, the secretary,
Col. Cameron, has licen busy for the
past ten days or more in mailing to
every point of the compass invitation
to desirable gentlemen, and circulars
giving such information ns may lie val
uable in the premises. And this work ol
distribution has been done with themort
pleasure, inasmuch ns through it the in
terests of Ashcville and this section arc
certain to be greatly advanced. It can
not be otherwise. Intelligent men from
every part of the I'liiou coming for the
lirst time into a region before unvisitci
by tliciu, cannot luil to see that of which
they have not dreamed, to leurn some
thin; they hud not known, to find new
resources of which they stantl in need, to
discover ad vantages they had not nntici-
pated. What is gained for us by the pres
ence of the convention is that wide favor
able pubjicity to be diffused by lic per
sonal observation of a large body of in
telligent discriminating men. It is the
enlargement of that publicity already
gained tor us by the facilities ot
tered by our existing roads, which, bring
ing hither tlie streams of explo
rers and observers, have been the
agents through which conviction of the
lieculinr icitlures mid advantages ol
Ashcville has liecn made; not only to the
behool of Ashcville, but of ull thccoiintry
west of the lllue Kidgc. All hnve synipn-
llii.ed with our movements. Whilst
Ashcville has grown, prosicrctl and Iw
coinc famous, all our sister towns and
villages have caught the same impulse.
And not oulv the towns and the villages.
but the limns, the forests and the mines
have Ihx-ii aroused by tlie same invigor
What has been so auspiciously begun
by the hitherto comparatively small in
flux of a stimulating clement, will licar
small proportion to the results of the
revelation to be made to the visitors
from all parts of the country, especially
from the southern nuil western sections.
Il was a happy inspiration torus that
the choice ol the place of meeting for Ihe
convention fell upon Ashcville. Anil it
was also direct tribute to the pride,
the courage, the public spirit, the lilsrr
ality, the hospitality of our people Hint
they were esteemed able to bear tin
weighty resionsibility of the entertain
ment of the thousands somewhat uncx-
iecllly tlcvulvcd uHin them. Ashevillt
was thought worthy to bear away the
honors from lmisville, from llirming
hum, from Charlotte, nil eagerly contest
That Ashcville will do her part well,
we lire absolutely sure. Hut let nothing
lie neglected, or done indifferently.
The l.lgtillnK Contract.
It is in the hounds of moderation to
say that the electric lighting contract, ns
published in Tim Citukn yesterday, is
not what would be tennctl n business
document. That is, it bears little evi
dence of being the result of an earnest in
tention to protect the interests of the
city us a business man protects Ins in
terests in dealing with oilier men. Ol
course the gentlemen who arc back of the
company are perfectly rcsmusiblc and
their intentions are wholly honorable;
neither of those facts is called in ques
tion. But they have very little to do
with the fact that a contract of this kind
should have been made on business prin
ciples and, on the port of the city officials,
with even a greater caution and regard
for the public interests than if the agree
ment had been a private one.
A reading of the contract reveals the
really remarkable fact that this city can
be kept in darkness for any length of time
and the present lighting company lose
nothing except the price to be paid for
the ligbti per night. The fatal part ol
the contract, thcrelorc, It in not provid
Ing a penult. "And said party of the
second part agrees to have said plant In
full operation on or before the first day
of October 1800." The company did
not havt it plant ready. What was the
penalty 7 The contract provides none I
Neither, it seems, was there any bond re
quired for the faithful performance ,9!
even what the contract duct call for.
Till Citiibn was disposed to give, and
did give, the new company all the eon
uderaUoa possible for its delay, appa-
rently In large measure unavoidable, in
uot having the city fully lighted October
1 ; but it did not suppose thecity was not
being fully couiicnsnted for the risk mid
annoyance its citiiens were thereby suli-
jeeted to. Certainly it should have been.
Is it too late to patch up this imperfect
w'itu run "pnoi'iisu."
The ( )rphans' Friend has put on u new
suit of ty ie and is now us good looking
ns it is good. The managing editor ol
the Atlanta Constitution has liecn elected
speaker of the Georgia legislature nnd the
mannging editor-in-chief of the Concord
Standard is nil n tremble for fear some
thing of the kind will come his way.
l.et us write more about doing goon,
anil malign men less." That's probablv
the onlv npologv tnc niiriiam iiione win
make I'ditor puiiM of the State Chroni
cle. The Greensboro Dnilv Record is
the latest and one of the best. Long
may it record. A poet on one
of the state paiers says: "I've
just hern back to the farm, boys,
and the farm house, over the hills; anil
the thoughts of mvearlier lite comes, and
my lonely bosom fills." Any poet witlin
"lonclv bosom" needs to have something
done lor him right away.
A Frelutit Rate.
I'ront the Concord Stoiiilurd.
One car loail of coal, weight t'.l.liim
pounds, was sliipR.-il from Richmond.
Va.. to to 11 business man here. He paid
$S,:i" for it. but $it:i..t-r of it was
freiuht. and tlie balance, $'.'l.l:i, was the
actual cost of the coal itself. The freight
is more than tiikkk times the cost ol tlie
coal. I'o von see it? Where dins the
$ii:i.,il- cents go.' To help satisfy n giant
monopoly, cut-throat transportation
Juki h KHllwn? Wrecker.
from the New York llentlil.
TheVamlcrbilts, and the Morgans, and
the lluiititigtnus still hold a rather large
interest ill certain substantial railroad
And it must lie remcmlicrcd, too, that
thev build up railroads "the little Wix
itrif" Gould wrecks them.
It Would be a Builder.
Prom the Murphy llullrttn.
Should Tim Citukn as it says "return
to the subject la fair at Ashcville) H.imiii
times" in effort to accomplish the thing
nroiioaeil. it will have siienl its tune in an
enterprise that will, if secured, do more
Itl Ulllill lip tlllS SCClll'll Ol 111V .1,11 to,,,
any other one thing.
Illikli AMI Till!
i.V Stih'TII CANdl.lSA.
I'ire in the lluford hotel, Charlotte,
Monday did 10,immi worth ol damage,
The Rockv Mount cotton mills are
now running (lav and night to keep ti
with their orders,
Mr. T. I. King, of Uitiisburg. l-'rank-
l.n county, nt the Atlanta exMisition was
awarded $'.'oil in premiums on larin pro
The indications arc that the W. N. C.
dciHit will l established in tlie junction
ol the rivers. The ground is now Wing
prepared. Murphy Itullctin. I
Dr. R. I.. Alu-riiatliv has secured a
hind amounting to several thousand dol-
lars lor tlie rcnmiiiing ni Kutncmini col
lege, nnti the contract w ill soon be let for
u handsome college building.
Commissioner Robinson savs (loca
tions with regard to mineral lauds in
North Carolina are more numerous than
ever lielore. l-'rotn the tone ot the intpn-
nrs regarding all kinds of investments in
the state il is sale to assume that there
will lie a large influx ol new settlers.
The Baptists and their friends lire go
ing to hnve a great lininle university in
Ruk-igli. It will Ik-n big thing; for tlie
promised plan is to build some very hand
some structures, nnd liegin work with nn
endowment bind of nt least $lm,lMHl.
Hut the whole matter is living kit ipnt-t
now while the llaptists are applying
themselves to the work of raising $.111,
(MMJ lor Wuke Forest rollcge by tlor hrsl
of March. Raleigh Cli. onielc.
I'l.HSo.SS AM PLAL liS.
I.aiiv Hmiiokk, who was as Miss May
mini known lis one of the greatest ol
Knglish heiresses, has tcrtcctci n scheme
for leaching sewing to the children in hcr
dislrict which would licnr insiiection
from other intending philanthropists.
A mi mil tlie most prominent weddings
of next month will lie that of Charles II.
Taylor, ir., son ol Col. Charles II. Tay
lor', ol tde Host on Globe, to Miss Mar
guerite Fnli-k, nt Woburn, Muss. The
ceremony will take pi. lev on lTccinln-r 'J.
Miss IIckmisiu Ricimniis, who has
Is-en called the "Ik-He of Koxlniry." is one
of Huston's pictty women. She is n bru
nette of tall nnd grneeltil figure, with nn
exquisitely modeled file, large brown
eves, and a prolusion of brown curly
Cii.nki.ks Stakk Nkwi'I.i., who died in
Goshen, N. V.. recently, aged 17 years,
was n grrnt-grandsoriol Gen. Jno. Stark,
ol revolutionary fame. He was n deal
mute, hut not withstanding this infirmity
heiuqiiirrdn lineediH'ation and displayed
remarkable business ability.
Fhank Siuiiai.1. always laughs nt Ihe
iden that advertising was nn expense,
He said that the newspaper men put his
advertisements in, brought him orders to
the extent of one hundred thousand do!
Inrs, and then took a modest commission
for having arranged the transaction.
J. C. Randall, who accompanied Com
modore Perry when he otened up com
mereinl relations with Japan, having
charge of the detachment lett at the Uio
Cboo Islands, tlietl recently at nam, nic.
He was a "lorly-nincr," and at one time
deputy collector nt Kan Francisco.
Ioiin Kki.lkh. of Chicago, was mlihcd
of a tin box containing over KMi.(HH)
worth of deeds, notes, mortgages lind
other valuable collateral nn a recent
evening. He left the box in a carriage
while he attended to tome business in a
market. No clue to the robbers was
Mas. Wiiitki.aw Rum. wife of the
American minister to the republic of
France, is regarded In fans as an ideal
diplnmnte. Her house is sumptuous, her
hospitality, both official and personal,
unbounded, her dressing costly and In
perfect taste, her manners simple, kindly
and elegant anil ncr rrcnen irreprnacna
bk. Ureal Bala of lsta at i! orris own,
On December 3. 1HU0, Pete and Kd
Akers will sell at public auction VM val
uable lots at Morristown, Tenn. Moat
of these lots lie within 350 yards of the
court house. In stone's throw of the
htiaineaa unrt of town. A regular Irl'
raimico dinner will 1 served nn the
-rounds with opossum for desert. No
bunco real estate sharks haveevrrentered
Morristown and run property up to fab
ulous prices and lots will, there-ore, sell
low, Don't fail to attend and get in on
the ground floor, Excursion rates on all
roads entering Morristown.
MIGHT TRY ALASKA.
The Boa: an Illinois Republican
Prom the Washington Mirror.
There lives ont iu Joe Cannon's district
in Illinois mi oltl farmer who is a zealous
republican, one of the red-hot pnilisan
stripe. When he heard of Cannon's de
feat he said to his wife, who is one of
those women who oliey their lord and
muster blindly :
"Mnry, pnek tip everything. I'm go
ing to move."
"Why ?" naked Mary.
"Itecause loe Cannon is lieat and I
won't live in n democratic district."
"Very well," saitl Mary, with n little
resigned sigh. ,
Then the old man went to town to sell
his farm. There he heard all the election
news. He returned home, and entering
the house said :
"Marv.you can tpiit packing up. 1
ain't a-going to move."
"Why ?" iiiriuireil Mary.
"Ileciiuse," lie replied siidly, "there's no
place to move to."
Of choice china, for winter trade, are
arriving and being oK-ncd. All are new
and Ircsh. Tariff increases cost per
cent., but prices nre right always at
Law's, on South Main street.
Ol'l-ICK of I
ASIIKVII.I.K I.HIIIT ANII I'tlWKK Co.,!
Ashcville. N. C, Nov. Ill, lS'.IO.
lidilor The Ciluen: Will you please
give notice to the Ashcvi'lc public, that
we hive completed contracts with the
two leading electrical companies of the
world, to wit: The Tompsoii-Houslon
ami the Ivilison General electrical com
panies, for the installation of ma
chinery capable of supplying two
thousand iiicaiidcsecnt lamps, hviiI
iarly adopted for residences, stores,
churches, bunks, or olliees. That wc
have ordered and will sunn have erected
a complete system ol wiring for each set
ol ilvnanios. lind lliat we promise lifter
installation is completed, to furnish lamps
of niivcnndlc powcr(ovcr Hie. p. I for nil
night, or shorter service, measured by
meter or otherwise as our patrons may
prcler, at III percent, less than any other
Inula fnlc company will oiler to render
ASIIKVII.I.K l.iiiiiT ci I'OWKH Co.
The iem of TenueNce Valles."
It is in the valley of Tennessee, a name
sviionvinoiis with the "rich planters he
lore the war," that the greatest develop
ments ill the new south are apparent,
liavton, n city of li,(llHl, surrounded by an
imxhniistililc"siipply ol coal, iron and
linilier, is the "Gem City ol the Valley,"
and offers unparalleled oiiKirtunitics to
northern men, money nnd brains. Two
furnaces are now iu lull blast and "be
hind in orders." Among thenther indus
tries now in oK-riilioii nre two flour
mills, pump works, pinning mill and
brick works, with a cast iron pie works,
a stove laundry and n huge rolling mill
under wnv. A strong northern syndicate
has Itcen lormetl to promote the interests
of Hiivlon, nnd under their auspices a
grand piililic unction sale of lots will oc
cur at Havton, Tennessee, Hcccmlicr :i,
I nnd .'i. To accommodate those
desiring to attend the sale, the
Cincinnati, Hamilton nnd Unyton rail
road will sell excursion tickets at one
fare for the round trip from all points on
the line on IhvcmlxT 2 nnd X For rates
and further information call on or ad
dress any C, II. and I). agent, or li. O.
McCormick, general passenger and tk'kcl
agent, Cincinnati. Scud lor a handsome
album ol I my ton views. Ample accom
modations at the hotels for all.
The- Popular Cocoa of Europt.
Tht Coming On of America.
iTim soi.nit.K CIIKAP.
Rich. Digestible. Stimu
Having a peculiarly delic
ious flavor a food and ilrinlc
combined nt a hulf cent a
cup und Jit for frinct.
"BESTA GOES FARTHEST"
i VAN lllt!TK!ra I.1K-0A ("MM
Irlt4, always u laNauaaad
piesi4 aaa laasaas la Mallaaa. It Is
aolsil(4 br l hi ma) aaiaeat fits
Mid snslrria that br the
asnuVta llotrras's Onm hat
Ihe aataMlltr af Ifca
aaMllaaaia la tareasai mltw nr
aiH aSiK thi whoto af Um tbrat am
mlui4 tad raadeled SMf sslslaMs
lor Via H icnui'i mm lake aa athar. W
TO THE PUBLIC
Marina purchased an Interest In one of the
larirrat Hlshcrlea In Ihe Hasten) part of this
stale, I ant now preiiarrd to furnish to Ihe
GOOD FRESH FISH
Beery day at
15 CENTS PER BUNCH.
Wc receive fresh ahlnmeata every day.
Also Lyakaren Hay n4 Near MlverOystera
at 441 eta, per iuart.
Pork aad Mutton always ua hand Ulre me
P. C. M'INTIRE,
AMHHVtLLB at BAT MAMKBT, '
Aad No. M S. Main it,
err ii in ol tartar liuklnu powder.- IliKtH's!
tifnll In IcnvenlnK strt-nitlh - H. H. Oovern
meat Keport, Auuust 17. IMMU. Inly-'l'nly
The entire stoek ul
Ineluilinii line llnioelies, Ituttons and Uruec
1-3-0 HE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
ReKurillcim M cont, on wc tnu-ntl id the future
tn ktt'i nntltltiK hut Solid (Julia ami
StrrlinK Hilvcr Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I CAniNfi IFWFIFR
Mouth Main St. Aahclllc.
IIO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
St'inl Duo Dulltti' iimi it'iicw
your Hiilisf-i-ipt ion at owe.
SrLM'illl C(ITI8)OIIl('lltN in
evory Hiflion of Wi'Htorn
Noi lli Cnrolina.
l,()CAIi N i:vs,
In the State.
FISH AM) OYSTERS,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. io Court Square.
oelUSI d r
Real Estate Agent,
ANII LOAN BHOKKH,
I NORTH MAIN IT., ( MOdlAN't BOOR tTME I
Money loaned aad well areared at par cent,
eal Kaial. hmtKht and sold at astille aad
private Hie. ReaU collect etl. I rnfHrtlrUd a
Heal Kstntc and Auction tiuslncaa la Cnarles.
ton, a. C, ten years, and will tvt prompt
atientinn to a., nusineaa pal in aiy eaars.
PROF. J. BAKER.
(FH)IM MINIMIN, HNO.)
PIANOS TUNED & REGULATED. S3.
New action, pat la nld ptanna. All kinds
ofmuslc.l la.trumeata taned and repaired
allefartlon aaaranteed. Iareortler. at 87
I'attan Arnn, A.H.VIIM, N. V,
Onardlans, administrators and electors
art hereby aotiatd to appear at tke clerk's
olnce at once and make settlements and saet
easts as aotlers an already la the sheriff,
kaads. Aay one corning la before being noli.
Red hy the sheriff win sot be etiaraed any
eitra cost. Those falllnaj to eall at oaet will
certainly he dealt with arrcnrdlna to law.
nol Jotf W. T. HUYNIILIIB, Clerk.
TO WEAK nil
nasrlat turn lha mimm H yaadtral anon, awte
danay, wseUaa waakaa, laai SMabaoa. ata I wlfl
and a ealaaMs I lwu aaala
HruralMa fnr boaM aara, FRJtlvt
SSlsailld snimlawrhi abaaldberani
WU ARB HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE HAVE THIS WIShK IN-
CKUA8BI) TUB CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES OK OUR
Wli IIAV1S SIJCUKKU SHVIJKAf.
I'IKST-CLASS. UXl'URIUNCIil) WORK
MUN, AND ARU NOW RliADY TOOIVU
OUR FKIBNMS A Sl'LUNDlIt FIT AND
FINK QUALITY, AT VliRY RliASONA
Hl.i; KATHS. CALL IN AND SKIi US;
ALL Wli ASK IS A TRIAL.
OI'R KF.PAIK Klil'ARTMIiNT IS
STILL FULL AND ACTIVB, AND Wli
CAN 01 VU PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK DROUGHT IN,
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Fallon Avenue.
K. H. MUTT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER.
Aluo firAdjng nt nil klndi ilunc. AH ordt'tit
promptly tilled nnd work Runrnntrrd. Cnti
b found nt till times at Crahnin'a Cuttun
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Veneral i Insurance i Agent.
Kenr No. UO Mouth Mnln street.
Kstuhllshed INII5. Ashcville, N. C
KiiKllab and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR Y0UN0 UOIEI AND LITTLE GIRL!,
No. ill Prcncb llroad Aecnne.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL
I For many rears AMorlntr Principal of Mt
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.) .
Aasiated hy a corps of eompentent teachers
B. H. COSBY,
IHuceeasor to C. Cowan.)
97 PATTON AVKNl'E,
NUXT IHMIK TO OKANtl CBNTKA1. HO.
TUX. AHHHVILLK. N. C.
ICOMPOL'M) : OXM
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
f If you hnve ny Minir, Throat or l.unft
T n ni1lintitn I will rnd a pamphlet
drttrriptlvc of Anhcvllrf and alo thr In-
T hallnx trcatmrnt irve with lint ol que T
T tlrimi to In rniRwrml hy the patlrntT
T when onlrrifiR Home Treatment. Thin
tn-atnicnt i as effective a the oilier f
treat men t,
OK IMC II NO M I'ATTON AVUNUB,
A-htvllrt. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. I
REVEIX A WAGNER,
HuiiTaUtom to Kopp lalehtenlwrffrr.
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees niaated on the premises dally, and
ground lor every customer.
Full Line of Table Huppllca.
free delivery. A hill line o( I'eed, famished
at wholesale prli-ra.
a8 PATTON AVKNUK.
Teler one No. 80.
The Dalljr Ncwapapcr Beat
Tlio tliiily iiPWHuixr w tlm
JWt'P Of Illl IMlVmiHIIIK IIHMll-
uiiih, providing it h orojM'i'l.v
UHt'tl. AdvcitiHiiifr in daily
nowHj)HM'rH pa.VH, Ihm'huhi'
itftly to tho pur
cluiHtT day nftep tiny
nnd kvh hIiopihth
and uirhnHflrH tntiip
inci'cnndlo nowH throuirh t ho
advtMtiHiiiK coluimiH, jnnt an
they ffivo the new linat
tp through the. editorial ool-
umnH. II. W. Oit.
Ilnaa b. fir. In onrTSa, tea, ne In srncleaof Innd,
wttkaat ika ksawhaaraol aaaum a an saury 1
H H an.olul.ry bamiMna. ano will .Itact a rapi.
aaat and sraani aara. whether ta p.li.wl I. 1
H TAIIA Unptrauaaiatly aad with suaj
eeruints uiat laa patt.ni umwranra na Ineoa
rsnlsnos, aad anoqhla eneapl.M relormalloo b)
AYaoa a kmith, imaaista,
Ashevllle. N. C,
aaSM dwly moa area frl
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Lost manhood, early decay, etc,, etc., can as-
rare a boat treatise free, by addressing a adV
low rsnVrer, ,C. W. LRBK,
P. O. Boa Bid, Koaaoks, Va.
(J E N ROCK HOTEL.
. KWfr ,f rVaitrul i'ilKKCnircr UlUOt.
ASIIKVILLE, X C.
A modern flrst class hotel. Hot and eold wntcr nnilijhaths and toilets on every Ikmr,
ltl....l.. u.ll. 1 r.w.n. Il.u-n Um In llAllf HmlurHtrS Itl U'd TOOmS. OrOCC, ttaU1C
room, lunch counter, i-lmir nni! news slnml
trie strci-t enrs pnss door every -Jit niluutt-s. nu-nniono anu tiunvn,. wmvwi vn.,.,K " ,
20 minutes fur meals,
RATKM, J.oo PER DAV.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON.Prop.
J. H. BHVAN Hiiel WAI.TKR tiRKKM, C'lcrka.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
HMITII V ROLLINS, Pi oprlttor).
To the Toliacco I'lunlcia ul Wratim North I nrollnii and Bast Tennessee:
Our aiurkrl hits fullv oiK-m-il nnd priers nre H I, esiec!nlly on i-onimoii iiilaa, nnd-
ndvlse curly shipment on nil common armies.
in Western North Cnrollnii. nnd mini eleill employes. c Rlllirnntcc sntlsriK-tiun. Th'iiikiny.
you for punt luilroniiKr anil ImpiuK l huril work nnd liilrilca inis. wc an., yours tiyly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
Wc deliver to nil pnrts of thr city our own Hoitllnii Itiuurl Ikx-r ut
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.'
liur lieer is krpt at a trmiierature ol -Ml ilrxrees and we uunrailtee you a fnnh arruhi m
all limea. TllltTKAIlBSl'l'I'I.IIIH 1'KIIM
V WINE AND . LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. a. MAMor Mivr. frr.
FOR 8AI.U BY-
A8heille. N. C.
In D.aalaa abac are i
rraat.d. and svrrv aalr
liaaala aaasn a.a
W. L. DOUCLAS
Has Calf aad Laced) Wa a of Usala.
of ODOMsat w
The ssasHaaas aad wsartaaj usUtM at Skis ahns
win, vwnMTMOWB It
SMUol na laoiuaad. of
. suonc i
atdH) rJaaala Itaadrwad, aa Hmsl aai
.O alTllJ dm. Hbttm wblcb eomnMiud. lUrlC
AJO0 ll.sd-.wrd VValU Kn. eall aaos
aa.qu.IM tor MrW aad daralilllty.
fada) Taadrmr Well M tha suadard inss
aa Sboa, at a popular prtoa.
t44W f allrra.aara Hhaa MCMlaUy adasaat
aa ft- rallnwd ma, farmera, .to.
All mad. la OODgnM, HulUja mmA Laoa.
turn bMa moH Itvorahlf rrckslwd Unem tntfndtMM
and Um ncmul mfovmHmi mat ikam mamttvf
to ut atv-M anM tvt ihrar prtom
A11 fflw Ihpalnr, nil if h mmm wrpl7 fom moi
dlrMrt to forton Mrltkttog ttdTrtliMl pntktv or ft
p-u. tetolait, leata, at
FOR WALK I1Y
WEAVER A MYERS.
HAptrnH'H Wnkki.v hn nrvrr fVillcil to lim
ttfy It tttte nr a "Juurnnl of CtHMmtlon,"
ftftd It hnn dirnf wl h m ronHiant rcKnrd
to rnlnrirrd nooth title uf urriilnrM und
hlfthrr luntlnnl of nrtltc nnti Mtrrnry ttirl
Wnv, It Invri untotit'hrri nn ImportHnt
phimt of tht world's prowmN, and irMrntii h
rrrnnl, ritialty traitwurthy and InirttMlnjf.
ofihf nutahk rvenU. prtnona, and aclikvc
mrnlR of mir tlm.
Nitrdnl iiifilrmrnta will tie rontlnitfd t
IM1U. They will Ih- lltrrnrv, Mm 1 1 lie. arlU
tic. hUtortcal, rtitlval, topiiffciphlcal or tic
crtullve, a ncrnMnn may tlrmnml. nnd will
von tin ur to dearrve the hearty commmila
tloa which tia brra bratnwtd on pnat !!'
hy the nrraa and the public Aa a family nur
nal, Haafaa'R Whkki.v will, n hrn-iolorr.
hetilltad with a ntrlot rrganl for thr quail
tfra that makr It aanframl wrkomr vlnitor
to tttrjr hoata.
HARPKIt'll WRRK ' V 4 00
MAHPHH MAUAXINB M 4.OH
HARPIIR'R 1IAXAK ... 4 IK)
IIAMI'ltK'S VOIfMl PROI'I.U 2 AH)
Pnntaav Irrr to all iiharHtrrni la Um Ual
trd Mtaua, Canada and Mciko.
The Volanira (If the Waaai.y hnrta with
the Numlrcr fnr January of eai-h year. Whrn
ao time la irtr.nrd. ubetrlp.lonR will Itritln
with the Number current at the time of re
Cflnt uf order.
Roand Volumranf H4ataa'a Wrmklv fnr
three yrara lia a, In mat cloth lilnillnM. Wil
lie eent hy mall, poRt-palil, or hy eapirM.frvr
of eipcnRC Iprnvhled the fret hi ilmn nut ea
cetd 91 prr volume), Inr 97 per volume,
Cloth rea, fbr each Volume, nit It ah le fnr
hlnrilntf.wlll I arnt hj mall, pnRtpald on re
eel lit or 91 each
KemlttanccR ihould br made hy PoRtolflce
Mnniy Order or dralt, to avoid chance ol
NewRpaprra are not to copy thi nrivrrtlwe
ment without the capma order of II a a prr
and hor nnd Millard "torn on nrsl floor. Kiel-.
Haviuii the Inrurst, best liuued oreliouiit
Over for its Purity.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVULE. . 17
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
OFFICE OF THE
BIBLE HOUSE, AST0R PLACE, NEW YORK.
KliKill.l TIIINOI' Til It IIHAKIllll' I.IKI1C
f'IKKC, (fc-l. i'l, IS!(.
When mr II Ir our UrIix to l.ttrrsie tdc of
ciilM.tii ol our Urtklx ,rWR MniiNflnc
Hit.iMiw Ihecliiw-ra to uhitm wetnirr. nnd
VMn r. n. Mirny 01 tun iMiirooa hnve rr-ipit-
t.il um 1,, nnnnao.nr at.ltvrittH.a Ital
mi lb. t ihrnimmiR'loii uMiall. allowed HiHf
m-rlmlon Au-ut, may ilirrcily (reach I lol
chnritt.a. It ir
K.-.lvf1, That wr donate thr Rum 4
n t-n n n inr inurvn 01 nnv thnnini
nntion In r.uii nnd every Kuilr act ntu an our
Hiiliocilption AKeir, that limy mnl ua llu
IniHT.t nuinlirr f( auliRH-HKni. Tula dM -in.ii
ia nimlt- to thr nmwuniul t-omiN-tiKMr lor
the fiiriHw of p.lnit 01 Ut m iltelr
Lliim h. for purehimlnt: new aluir turniturr.
for Kiinilny nthool nnti uthrr I'nrlalt nur-
I'r-vlrit, lt, All RulinrlptHiaa to the li.
u rtnai kii Aukhk n lr for otiv vcur. pntd
lor In ml van v,, ami hnmU-il In iH'twrrii Nov
I, IHtHi, au'l Jnn imn. .a lhrre
111 lr nt lrtit ten cnnipethie; -hurthaa in
t-ntti ftii,. hiiiI p hoi 1 Id tlierv not Itr at IminI
ten iiiniH'ilni chun hrMln a Ntaie, the money
pntd In 101 RtiitwriptiouR bv rc li.'iiitit of thnt
HtHti- will Ik rrturnrd to thi- piirtlra rii imy.
In u It Ami li ti. mrther
ffiaoKril, Thnt a Hirlnl rlrrh In- drlnilrrs
to krp thi- nciiriln ol MMhm tiptUin aa ihrv
arrive, ntid tlml the nttiiiillnK ot inch hknhi
ami pitilh In iuiIiIIkIhiI hi our t-oliiiiia wi ry
ana. 'Jw. That all nimtcc no rrvclvid In
tltiultnl In Ihe t'hi-mlt nl N'ntloaa Imnk.
New Vork city. :ird. I'livrmtit nt the
immi tit lie mnde to any deNtimnted pnrtv nn,
Roon niter Jun. .'II. nn the count can Ik- ntndr.
whi h will not he Inter than Pro. IO. 4th.
ah iiimt in in.iHHi inhniilianta or over.
1 nr i
ina of the rrnrntR of I MHO. are rieluitrii
Irom the eotntirtltlon.
rViiMipIr coplra will lie arnl free to all par
tltR on applUutloa, and alltiieRiluna larrtaln
Um to the above oiler t hcerlully anawcrrd.
Uy order of thr Hoard.
MAIKICK M M IN TON, aerretary
FAMILY 6R0CEUES AND PROVISIONS
Aaeat tor Reams Creek Woolen Mills.
Nnrtb Mala Asbcrllk, N.C.
WISH JULIA. BIIM.H.; . ; v
I'nim lliiltlmort, has Jidnett MM B. FAt ,
SMITH, late from New Vork, la
Mme. Mailtk la now ireiae to do lh
mostatrllsk Itiraamaklnii at Um an r I eat
sollce. Millinery and Hats of all klndsmaite
onr, a specially. Call at ST Mouth Mala
street, over Ihiw'b store. novl7d!lw
17 Patton AvttiMt,