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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 18HO.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBBR 2. IH'JO.
An ImaeThHl Doe not Kxlal,
The Progressive K nriner snys :
"Referring to the position of thin piiier
on thesnb-treiisury pinn, i iik asiikvii.i.k
L'itukn siivs we lire 'Irving to lirecd
trouble on mi ihmiic which iIik-h not ex-
iat.' Kxnetlv 8o. We are well nwitre
that the friends of Senator Vance, if he
were re-elected without a protest from
true alliiinceinen, would at once uirow
up their hats ami shout Hint the nun
treasury plan is dean.
Some of Senator Vance's friends may
"throw up their hats and shout that the
sub-treusurv plan is dead;" hut I in
Citizkn has not done so, nor can any
thiiiK it has said lie fairly so construed
"The Progressive Farmer is trying to
breed trouble on an issue which docs not
exist." That issue is not the sub-treas
ury hill. It relates wholly to those alli
ance democrats who nrc pledged to vote
for Vance in the legislature and who
took that pledge knowing what his -o
sition was on the sub-treasury bill. We
claim that they arc bound us honoiublc
men, having accepted the nominations
and Senator Vance's explanations of his
IMisition and therefore Vance himself, to
vote for him. The Progressive Farmer
seeks to bring again into discussion the
issue that was settled by the election tu
the legislature of all democrats who
were pledged to Vance by and with their
consent, be they alliaiicemen or other
In other words, Vance's position with
regard to the sub-treasury bill was an
issue lietween him and the alliance call'
didates for the legislature, lie told tliein
what he thought of it. Thev responded
by pledging themselves, or allowing
themselves to lie pledged, to vote lot
him. That settled that issue, and t here
fore the Farmer is trving to breed trim
blc on an issue that docs not exist.
Htoraice Hatter Cunt.
Thh Citizkx hears that the storage
system of electricity for street cars i
now being examined by the company
that proposes to build a lincon Academy
street and its new extension. It : sin
cerely to he hoicd that the examination
will result favorably. It would lie n
great pity to disfigure such a noble ave
nue as the extension of Academy strcel
promises to be with unsightly poles uml
In this connection it is interesting to
note that at the recent HnlTulo con veil
lion of street railway managers Mr. Cur
ruthers Wain, who has under his control
horse, steam, cable and electric lines in
England, unhesitatingly announced his
lielief in the storage battery as the trac
tive power of the future. In llirmiiighaui
as soon as electric ears were put on tin
receipts increased to $l.'.'.'ii n week. Tin
sense of the convention seemed to be that
"although the overhead system is serv
ing an admirable purHte in familiarizing
the public with the advantages of elec
tric traction, it will soon have to give
way to the storage battery for the ms
senger tratfic in the crowded streets ol
many large cities."
Nothing is too good for Ashevillc and
as, under the present street railway com
pany, it was one of the first to enjoy
elcclrie cars, so, it is to lw hoied, it will
not be the last to have the use of thi
Hiwer further icr!ectcil in the storaue
Parnell Uoue Mad.
I'lirnell's good sense has deserted him.
It be had quietly surrendered the leader
ship of the nationalists and retired for n
few months he would have retained n
large following. Hut his course now
must alicnute, in fact is alienating, some
of his hitherto most devoted followers.
Having Muted that he would continue in
the leadership of the nationalists only by
the desire of the majority, he yet reluseil
Wednesday night to resign in the face ot
a clear majority against him and tin
changed sentiment brought about liy
Cdadslone't letter. This show that
I'urnell thinks more of what tjiiny would
call a personal vindication than of Ire
land. About The Ijwt of II Kind.
Senator (leorge Friable Hoar, in re
Icrring to the lonesome Msilinn of Mas
sachusetts democratic congressmen
among the other democrats in the next
congress, wnves the ensanguined linen
in this style:
"Will any one of them frankly tell us
what he thinks of southern election pro
cesses, those isthminn games of murder
nnd fraud, of which his chief errand to
Washington next winter will lie tu
uward the prise 1"
It ii so far iniKssible for Hour or any
of his antedeluvinn kind to harm the
south by such nonesense that the forego
ing is printed simply to indicnte the
diseased condition of the Massachu
setts senator's mind. The sentence is
hardly intelligible; it it almost impossl-
GREAT fori unos
mule by ad
nn often referreilto.
lint who has count
eil the moderate for
tunes, the comforta
nnd steady sou ires
of Income that hiv
to lie civdited to
ing? To dispense
would dry up com
metre and turn back
Clmelaamtl Commmlml anile,
blc to tell just what is the scat of Hoar's
trouble by what he says; but the proba
hiliticsurc that in his saner miiniciits
in privntecouversution, he could not he
induced to try to give the evidence on
which he thinks he has founded this mis
representation. In his ever-day life Mr,
Hoar is probably a good man wlm
would not tell a lie, but when he gets
into political matters he insensibly drifts
back half a century and wanders mining
mid mumbles and chattels with issues as
dead as Julius Caesar. It is an odd kirn!
of mental architecture that can do this
and as it is fast disupicariiig wc mile it
here that the newer generations may
make its aciiiaiiitaucc mid ponder on its
It is lime lor Charlotte to arise ami
throw nil the galling yoke of Census Su
IH'rinteudcut Kohl. I'. I 'inter and scream,
in hind screams, for lilietlv. What has
Porter done? lie has returned the nior
tuarv blanks to the ciiiiuicrators of ili.it
city lor revision, saying that the statis
tics as returned by the enumerators di
not show enough dead viiilc in irunir
tiou to the iiuiiulatioii. The idea ! This
confirms the suspicion that Porter's mi'
tiou of a census is one that counts the
dead and leaves the living to count them
Fvcn in newsiniiier nllicvH the writers.
the men who give character to the paper
ami make it sougiit alter, are not as wen
paid as some of the men connected with
it in a business capacity. A succcsslul
advertising solicitor, for iuslmtcc, can
make enough on a lug puicr in a tew
years to buy quite a resKCtable interest
in ii. .Aiiama v. ousuiuiioii.
The explanation is easy. It is an af
fair merely ol supply ami demand. There
are n great many men who can make a
paier "sought alter while there are
viry lew who can make that same pnier
a success in a business way. The rarer
talent is of course the better paid.
This endorsement (ol Senator Vance
business was i tished through the couuty
convciitions lieliire the iienple ciinlil h.'ive
timc to grasp tin-situation. Progressive
llosll ! MeinlH-rs of the alliance arc not
as slow as you think, I let 'round among
them and vou'll liud that they are as
quick wit ted as most men.
TilK Kaleigh corrcssiiidcnt ol the Rich
mond liispatcll says that some promi
nent Farmers' alliance men made over
tures recently to ex-l'iovernor Jarvis t
ascertain il he would lavotnc a candidate
for the senate in iqqiositiou to Vance.
Jarvis declined to have anything to do
with the m ill inc.
Ami so it realty turns out that the
light in the rctvut elections was not a
ilrwjglc with the democrats at all. flic
republican had such an abundant siqi
iilv ot presidential candidates it bad to
kill ot a lew tor the present. lU-mlcrsou-villc
Siijuay was a presidential cauilidale.
Well, well :
. ttvputilli-Hii VU w or the l.oilur
from ihc kihiwille Journal.
The Lodge cli ciiou bill will never bring
iIh.iiI such risiilts as its auihois bad in
view when it was trained. I. will ac
oinplish little il any good, mid will la
used as il lias ab eady Ikvii done, to tin
ttijiiiy ottltc ii-ptiblieau pmtv, by artim
ing pieiudicc, the piejiidice iitou which
the ilctniK-racy of the bolder southern
states lives, moves ami basils continual
being. Wc do not call in question III
honesty ol piirtsisc ol the northern re
publicans w ho lavor sih-Ii measures as
the Uoilge election lull; but '.villi our
knowledge ol the situation, we have
no hesitation in saying all endeavor
to build up a pros-rous uml atrtme
republican juiily in the south on the
basis of the colored vole, will prove
iii.ki: .M Til HUE
IS Xoh-lll iMAVi..VI.
Concord Tillies; Montgomery &
Crowill, attorneys, have Hmi,imiii in
cash lo loan to iarmcis at 7 la-r out.
interest on live years lime.
The gratifying stntement is made
that alter all the iudchicduds ot the
Ulackwcll bank at Ihirhmn is liiiuulalcd.
there will Ik- n snug sum left.
A government distillery is lo I es-
tniilisueii a mile or so niNivetown. I here
is considerable kicking nlsiut it iu tin
neighlMirhood. Unoir Topic.
Inhn Hun", who was injured by lin
es plosion ol l lie boiler at Chile's cotton
gm is ileail, making the third victim ol
The omiMisition of Mr. A. F. Page,
of ake county, to lie one ol twenty nr-
sons to iiuiid tmieruacie lor the use ol
Kev. Sam Jones, has not, so lar, met
with a second.
The Favetteville cotton seed oil mills
were burned Wednesday. The main
building with the machinery mid an im
mense lot ol coke were totally destroyed.
Loss ulaiut Iii.ihmj to I:,immi, 7,jiHl
The Raleigh Baptists have lieu nil the
work ol rinsing ."(hi,(HH) lor their l-e-
mnlc Stale riiivcrsitv ut Raleigh. The
construction of buildings is to begin
March 1st. Key. Dr. Skinner has resinned
as agent fur the fund.
Telegrams were received Iwrr yester
day announcing thede.ithol Mr. J. Frank
limes, ni viinneriiiit university. Icuurs-
s e, were he hail been studying lor the
ministry, lie wns a nrotlier ol tinrhitid
Jones, of this city, Raleigh Chronicle.
Mrs. Rtifus M. Johnson, of Charlotte
who has Interested hermll in the work ol
securing contributions to secure money
lor erecting headstones over the graves
of North Carolina soldiers nt Fredericks
burg, Va., has collected J.'ll.ri(l nnd lor
warded it to Mrs. Cant. J. N. Harney.lhe
treasurer ol tlte memorial association at
The Watauga llemoernt says that
cnbluige beads are rotting as they stand
in Ihc patch. In tins county the sweet
potato crop is rotting as last as it can
and there will probably not 1st a sound
potato In the county Christmas. As is
generally known the apple crop ol the
whole country is tight and prices are
high. Very Hue apples bring one dollar
lier Diisiiri and liy ini'isimns no mud ol
apple wi'l 1st likely to sell for less than
one dollar. Lenoir Topic.
There isnn interesting case before the
Icdcrnl court at Raleigh. A ship captain
named Thomas II. Smith, left his wile in
Wilmington 70,tHX In real estate. Now
('curge II. Smith comes from Holtou,
Itnuland, alleging that lie is Smith's sun,
and that the marriage lo the Wilming
ton wife was null and void, as his mother
was alivt wlien It wns contracted. The
defendants allege that 0. II. Smith's
mother was not T, H. Smith's wife and
that if be is his ton h wns born out of
A HTI KIIY OLD WAR HORHK,
Col. Cameron's) Merit Hhould lie
HecuKiilzed and Hewarcled.
Prom tile tltirhuill ttlolic.
Col.Joi.nl. Cameron is it cmiiliilale
for the principal clerk of the lower house
of the next legislature. In this position
Col. Cameron is at home, having sci vci
with honor to himself and credit lo the
state six successive terms. Colonel Cam
eron deserves the position because of his
gallant services lo this state in more
than one editorial chair. He is bold and
brmuv and had he chosen some
other nrofession than ioiiriialisui he
would to-day lie nwav up yonder.
Ioiiriialisui makes enemies for men.
but Col. Cameron has t lions
anils of friends. Journalism, and its
tread-mill grind chains intellect, and
wlnle a ucuspnHTCinior is lining n uioii
sand thinus about his print shop, the
same energy and exertion would accom
plish wonders il applied in oucliuc. loin
ml Cameron accomplished nil that any
mail cm accomplish in imiruaiism
North Carolina, lie made a reputation
which is to Iw envied. There were n
dollars uciompauving it, lor the good
motile ol tins stale deiigui ill seeing cm
lots work lor nothing. Ami the good
editors in turn stick to their tasks and
are delighted lo please the indulgent
First last and all the time the t'dobe is
lor Colonel Cameron, and it will never lie
satisfied until lie is governor of the stale.
The K'oplc could never do l-ttcr than lo
recognize the services of such asliirdyold
n Hie llnpllKl iteiioiiilmilloiiitl
I'n.ut III.. Aklu-vilU- lliulllst.
The girls me already la-tlcr provided
tor, and U-ttcr educated than the Isivs.
Il education is the handmaid ol religion,
.... ... -...! il.. 1 1,., itlrlv m
abend. Examine our church records mid
sec il two-thirds of the mcmlK-rs arc not
lemales. I'm to the prisons, mid sec il
iiincty-uiue-onc huiidicdths ol the crimi
nals are not males. Isn't it time to look
aiu-r flit- boys and uive them ciiual
ciianccs won me gins.'
Not l ulled on the HulHTreasnr)
I'rimi the Lenoir Topic.
The delegate from Caldwell county to
the state alliance voted for the sub-trctis-
ury bill as a state demand iu the face of
the tact that the very county alliance
that elected him n delegate voted down
the snl-tn asurv, mid. like the Alexander
county man who went to the K'uilcii-
narv. our tH-opie are not so very wen
pleased iilioul il." How many other
counties arc iu the same fix ?
MiKTII C'.IA''i..V. Fi'LKS.
Kev. Mr. Pcltinger, of Elizala-th, N.J.,
la-coim s re-ctor ol the church ol the tiood
Rockv Mount Phoenix: It is rumored
that Key. R. P. Pell will soon sever his
connection as pa si or with the Presby
terian church ol this place.
The christian coulcreiiic has adjourned
to meet next vcar at Pleasant I trove,
Virginia. Kev. I I., luster, ot Raleigh,
will preach the annual sermon.
President lolm M. Robinson, of the
Sea I Mia id Alr-I.iuc, accompanied liv John
C. Winder, its general manager, and L.
1. .Msts, general siiKTiiitciulcnt, has
la-en making a tour over all that system.
Sh.lby Aurora: Caiil. B. W. Ward,
once a republican candidate lor congress
against Col. W. II. II. Cowles. has coin
uicnccd preaching. Ilistirst sermon was
di Ii vt ml in Liucolntou Sunday. Anil he-
hold! the biilliaiil and erratic Chailic
McKi-ssou cxK-cts lo preach.
THIS MliAXS IIISIXI-SS,
s-iY Vharlotte Chronicle: There is more
budding going on here now than iu au
city its size m the world.
t-jT Salisbury Truth: Satisbuiv is soon
In have au in' factory, probably a brew
ery and an electric light plant.
frVNcwloii Enterprise: The alliance ol
this county iscoiitcuiplating establishing
a shoe lactory somewhere in tltc county.
The desired iimiiiinl ol slink has lain
t-ir'Thr directors ol I lie col ton lactory
at Raleigh are now confident Ihcy will Is
able to ilevlarc u good dividend early in
iIh- coming vcar. Over $o,ihhi bus la-eu
pledged lor the proHised new factory on
the soul hern suburbs.
-"l',rccnslioro Patriot; A recent to-
baivo rvHirl shows that OreeiislKiro is
growing more rapidly its u tobacco
market, than any other town in the
I idled States. It shows a gain ol
Sjoii.ooii during the past year, tk-lols:r
a-ilT A lining t lie mat tern which are about
ready for inauguration nrc the union dc
tail, the Baptist lemnle university, two
new cotton factories, n big fertilizer fac
tory, n knitting null, electric street rail
wnv, a system of i lived sidewalks, a rail
road extension iulo tin: section whercone
ol the cotton factories will lw located,
and nu unproved electric lighting system
3 1 LI
Ct INSTANTLY ON HANI).
J. K. REICD & CO.,
No io Courl Hquftrc.
wi'J'J d vr
Real Estate Agent.
AND LOAN RKOKItR,
S NORTH MAIN ST., MORGAN'S BOOK STORE )
Money luanvd anil well Mrrurrd mt wr ivnl.
Mrnl Kutntff hMht and oold nt mjJIc and
Crtvnlc nalc. Mrnta rtitlrt'trd. t Cfimniclrd a
rl liitnu and Auction hulniM Hi Charlm
Ion, A. C.i trn yrara, nnd will Rlvr prumpt
iiiimnn in an ituBiiiniii pui in my cuarc.
JUITalsfl I Tfl
PROF. J. BAKER,
tPMOM LONDON. UNO.)
PIANOS TUNED & REGULATED. $3.
Nrw nctlnna nut In idd iilnntia. All kn4m
m muHtc.i iimtruttivntn tuiiid anil rrpnlml
itiriu-tlnn fiuanintrrd lravcurdcra at U7
niton Avrnuc, Aihcvlllc. N. C.
10 WEAK HEN
PnflSrint fsnm Ibm mlfurtm of ronthfiil STf-oft, rrf
Sim, wsMUa nil Isai maokan. I will
Sn4s sslssbNl kTWlMlsssltsll soaMulnt fill
Barneniara for bosm OSes. pRMBSff saset. a
tpjall4 SMdUl ort i akou lTU rmmi br nrf
tssa ke la asms sa4 avMUIMss. Ailiss
rim. v. n wwwimm,
A cieioil ol' tartar tilikiuK pnwilrr. Iliuliest
ol nil In Inivenlng sln-nglh -H. S. l.iin'rn
illeul Keiiirl, Aumisl 17. lssll. lulyl'lully
The entire stock ut
Iniluiliilk' tiiiillroiielirs, lluttiins uoil Hrnee
KrKMrillrMH of iont. nn we intend in the future
tu ktvp nothing: hut Solid (iold and
Stcrhn Silver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I AMUR IFWFI FB
Houth Main HI. Aabcvllle.
DO NOT FORGET
T II AT
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six
St ud Out' Dollar nmi miew
yiMir Hiilist'i'iitioii fit nnit'.
SMt'iul Com'spoiiili'iitH in
very KtM'tion of Wi'sforn
Foil KM iN NKWS,
In the State.
llarier't Maejatiue for lleerinlKT is n
siiierb Cliristmas nnnilier. It opens with
"As You Like It," the tliinl of the series
of nrtieles on the ennieilics ol Shakes-
ieare. The coinincnts on the play, writ
ten tiy Andrew Lang, are necompnnied
by eleven beautiful illustralions (incluil
iiiH the frontspieec, printed in tints! from
drnwinjis by liilwin A. Abliey. Chnrles
liiiilley Warner, in nn article entitled
"The winter of our content," relates
many interestin facts regard in the
eiiniutie iiitlucnees ol southern (.all
fornin. The nrtielc is nccoinpunicd bv
anil from drawings by the foremost ar
tists. Theodore Child writes concerninK
"A I'rc-Knphnclite Mansion" the famous
Levlnnd resitlcnee in London and dc-
scribes the art treasures which it contains.
His nrtielc is illustrated from paintings
tiy ine iiistinKtiisnea iinyiuii artists Kos
sctti, lltirnc-Jones, and U. P. Watts.
I'ierre loti contributct nn article about
"Japanese Women," which is very fully
illustrated from Diiintinm bv II. Hum-
phrcy Moore. The fiction it npproprinte
to the holiday season. It includes
"A Christmas I'rcsent," by Paul lleycs,
illustrated by C. 8. Keinhnrt: "Flute und
Violin, a storv of old Kentucky, byjnmcs
Lane Allen, withtwcnty-oncilliistrations
by Howard I'ylr; "P'laski's Ttinu
ments," by Thomnt Nelson Page, illus
trated irom a pninlinx bv . W. Alexan
der; "Mr. dibble Colt's Sticks," bv Rich
ard Malcolm ohnston, with nn illustra
tion by A. B. Frost i "A Kiieakin'lihost."
adinl.et story bv Annie Trumbull Slnsson;
nnd "Jim's Litttlc Woman" by Sarah Orne
Jcwctt. The editorial departments, too,
nave a distinctive holiday Huvor. George
William Curtis, tliseoursiiiK upon the de
lightsome character nl the modern Christ
mas, nrKiics that the enjoyment ol true
pleasure is not only n christian privilcKC
out a religious duty. William Dean ilow
ells rieserilKa il Christmas dream in
which The Study, Uin trnnsMirted
into the ideal commonwealth of the
future, beholds the last of the romantic
ists nnd the anonymous critics, and has
a bcutihe vision ol the results which
would follow the pussagt ol the mteniH
tional copyright bill. Chnrles Dudley
Warner discourses uoon the pleasures ol
giving, and pleads for the exercise of
good judgment in tut selection ot Christ
Wli AK15 HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT Wli HAVIi THIS W1JUK IN
CKIvASIilt Till! CAPACITY AND I'A
WU HAVIi Slit UKIil) SliVliKAI.
I'IKST-CLASS. liX PliUlliNCIil WOK K
M UN, AND A K Ii NOW KliAI'Y TOlilVK
Ol'K I KIIiNDS A SI'l.liNDID PIT AND
l-'INIi o"ALITV, AT VliKY KliASONA-
Hl.li KATIiS. CALL IN AND Slili PS
ALL Wli ASK IS A TKIAL.
Ol'K KI-PAIK HliPAKTMIiNT IS
STILL I'I'l.l. AND AC I IVIi, AND Wli
CANl'.IVIi PKOMPT ATTHNTION TO
ALL WORK HROI'OIITIN.
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AW vradlng of nil kind dime. All order
proniplly flllrd nnd work guiirnntrrd. Can
he foi.nd at all time nt Grnhitm' Cotton
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V 1km rty rna fbrnmrtula Ymit f KmUHmimhui mi hutrmHm ItwuWaa at as tea, a
FREE TO JAN. I. 1891.
1..T "y.y?-tll,c'""' "Ml aat mmi and mm ikla alls srltk aam.a.t
"r aad !. Ma fkatal ar n il Iat Ordtr ar aaftaand MM. ml mt rWM, ra will aad
Ii,.BJL2!'.",., Jaaaarr, INI, a.d tmr r.ll YVrr. Ttla nTia.
niaaAr laeladaa tka Hl DOIIHI.I HOLIDAY miMMim far TaaahaalTlac, Vhrlasasaa.
aw Taafa, Wmrnm mmi r..nh-.f-JlTr aaa all tka III.Mralad Waaklr Sinlmnl
Amtrmu, TMBjTOUTM't OOMPAailoaj, , T.ml t.r, BMtms, Mass.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet of Central PuttNcnger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
''siiJjt- 1 1 1 mmS
A modem flml elns. hotel. Hot and eold wilier nndBlialhs and toilets on every a
ICIeelne Im-IIb in every loom. llKn lire In olHee and (irntrs In bed rooms. Ilffi.-r, Ills n(
rnom. luneh eounter. eluar nnd news stand and bar nnd billiard ntom on nrsl niior. Bice-,
trie utrert ears pnns dour every i! minutes, Klehnmnd and llanvill. railroad ratine house.,
'D minutes tor meals.
RATKH, .oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop,
J. a. HKVAN Mild WAI.TICK HHIiKN, Clerha.
FOR THE SALE OF" LEAF TOBACCO.
HIHITH & ROI-LINH, Proprietor.
To the- Tobneeo I'liintrrs of Western North
llur iniirkrt has fullv oH-nid nnd iniet-s nre boimI, ei.-i-ially on eommoa trailes, aal wc
advise early sliipnirnlx on nil e. imin.n cniilis. Havinu the Inrmut, limt hull lid warehouse
in Vi-tern North c'nroli-iii. anil .'ntlt-iil rniplovvs. we aunranti-e antlslHAltou. ThnnkinK
yuu for pant iatruiini:e ami hopini: liy knrd work and luir dra inns, we are. yours truly,
SMITH & ROLLIINS.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE REER.
Celebrated the rld Over for ittt Purity.
We ill liver to all pnrU of I he elty our own Hottllna KslKirt Mrer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
our Itcrr in kept nt n u-miTiituiT of 4i ilrirrrvti nnd wc tuurant ym a frrtih urtu-ft at
nil Uimn. TIIH TKAIUI SI I'l l.llilt I'KllM
WINE AND LIQUOR , STORE
IN THI'. BTATK.
FINE SAMPI.K AND BILLIARD ROOM.
a. a..,r....r. mw. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
--FOR BALK BY-
Ahlicville, N. C.
nATTTTflM w - nraalaa llaa an
VlAUllUn warrnalrd, aal .very swtr
ha. kl. aassr and prle M.msed aa iwllaai.
VV. L DOUCLAS
Via Calf a ad lmm4 Wataiaiaaf Ikala.
T h jfnnr. sM vra.rlD qiulltMof OH. Must
asnaoi b. tetter tbown thin by tu. Mnxia aodons-
tuummuuuol ooaiiUiil WMina,
llM 41...I.. Hasdwwaa, sa .Insist aai
- slyltoh di Kh. whki ommnJ. MrlC
wnma ..n.-pvwr v .11. . nn. emu
.3 snrquslim ror M.I. .nd duralilllly.
Ojwd.rar Well U lbs Hwdaid dNSS
nbo., .t . pnptil.r prsm
s-a-SU ranrfsaaa-a MS.. siarpaiisUr
s , tw Millni.l mrn, f.rnirr. .Ir,
and um rnnt Impmvrmf nu iuk tlkam wMcttsff
lo ftfir abora nlfi Itbem pricf.
, Aak rmir ItfAinr, and if bm eannnl ittnprf yoa aasal
W. . ilOUOLAa. ataaklaa .
POR SAI.B BV
mturwe wutu matfswrotnwt
I! iMifES GOLDEN sPEanc
Itran b in in mm, tra.nr In irticlnf l.srxl.
without thu kiHtwlMikH nl wuhnt It npcrmmry ;
It It arMolutrly harmlrm nnd win rrfrrt isrmi
nat and nimmvIjt turf. wlH-thtr thr NUint tu m
KMlfraUtlrlnli(rnrniinl(xtinllrwm'h. IT NKV
It I'AILM. UiarrntiMMjiiitil)r mid with aurh
rrrtrmty that inn Miilrnt undt-rirtsni no inrun
Trntrnot, and nntn III enmiririv rfnrniatloa to
Ooul. pa buuk fiwi. To tw bad uf
KAVtiUM A HMITIf. Itruaaiau,
Anhcvlllr. N. C,
aiiatA rtflfwljr inon wcil tl
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
ltt maiihocHt, tirlj dfiay. etc., etc., tan to
cure 11 home treat lar free, by ildrrtilnn a ft U
lowtufTcrtf, c. W MtlfK.
P. O. D01 am, koannhr. Va.
copies and Buutihil Calandu
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ItHVf I'jUiii 1 I .'Oil
no8dlm:r4t au.wiM .
Cnrnlinii mid Hml Tcnn
& TILE COMPANY,,
P. O. Box 426.
OFFICE OF THE
BIBLE HOUSE, ASTOR PLACE, NEW YORK.
KliMlll.rTIIINIM' Tlllt IIIIAKHOI' IHKUC.
fnwtl li-. VI, IstMt.
W limit. Il I. 1.11 r 1I1 .ire tn limn. Itwelr.
'"'"t I mir Wrrklv Sxm Mai.alnc
amoiiii Ihr rlniw. t .hum ntttr, anil
Vh-rrn. Mnnv of ur Nilrwt. have re-in-
t. l 11. I., nrriinsr ,.r lrl,lh.n 11.1
..I ihnl tlireoinniis las m.imUI. allnwril Hulk
riin..n AKrtil. may illrrelly lirnrnt liteal
ehurili- s. It is
Kruilvril. Thnt we ilnnatr the .11m .if
SI. mm In ia h In the Churth i nny 1I1 nonil
nutloil In rneh and i vi ty HI Mr atllnit a imr
HuliiH'iiilin Asm', Ihnl may wml us I hi
In 1 1 numtier nl .iilnM-rllH-ra. Thl. dona
tiiin I. nimlr Iu the .ui-m-mIuI eiiiitia-lltiir Inr
tllr 1 lirpiiK- nl ll.vinaT HIT ilrhlH on thrlt
Oliiirili. fur iMin-h inu nr nltur Inrnltunv
mr HiiikIii y rWhiHil nnil othi-r I'arl.h imr-.
I'mvlilril, lal, All milixripllon. to the r..,
I.I HTKATIII. AUKSU . In- fur line year, ruiid
Inr In inlviitii-..-, ami hanilrd In Itetwrrn Nnv
1.1 ', nml Jnn III, IHtH. . three
must 1 nt li'ii. 1 trn rnniM-llnii rhurrhr. n
cat ll Ms.c. nml .hiiulil there mil lie al ka.t
tin tmiiia-iliiK ehiiri-ha In n.iatr, the ntonrr
inilil in inr iil.iTlitlun liy rc-lilrnm nl that
Inu will Ih- rrliirnril In Ihr uarllrs su May
lnt II Anil It I. lurlhrr
Kra.lvrtl, Th it a .ivt lal t-lrrk Ir drlallnl
tn kirn ihr rt-viirtl. nl .iiliM-rliitrita. as Ihrv
arrivr, anil thai thr .tamllna M rath t-Uur. h
anil luulah Ur nulillahcU In our culunin. rrrry
rrh llntt. That all m..nlrr- mi rrrrW.tl lie
drM..ltcri In ih. C hrmlral N.tiuaa bank.
Nt-w Vork elty tlrd. I'aynttat nl Ihc SI,.
IHHI lit Ih- mnilr tn any tlnlanaUd party a.
nnn nllrr Inn. al, a. the i-uuntranb. madr
a hk-li will not lir later than I'rh. 10. ih '
All iilnr . nf lll.iHHi tnhalil anl. or over, na.
the lin.ls ol the ecn.us of inhii, nre eaeluded
Irnin thr eontirlltlon.
Multiple i-nplr. will he srnl free to all par
tita on MWMllt-ntlnn. nnd allipicailnn. M-rtnln..
ina ttt thr nliiive nrtrr t-heenully .niwrml.
Ily tinlrr 01 the llnard.
MAI'HICH M MINTIIN. arerclary
17 PaUlou Avenue.