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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Tub Daily Citiirn, Pemoeratlc, U published
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THE DAILY CITIZKM
It on talc at the following place, in Asheville:
HATTBRY PARK HBWTANI).
OLBN ROCK NBW8 STAND.
MODIU. CIGAR kVTOMB, Pattou Ave.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1800.
The KcyNole of the conilnit Con
vention. In a note udilressecl by Dr. Walter C.
Browning of the KenilworthlnntoCupt.
Natt Atkinson ill response to n certain
application mmle by tile lutter gentle
man, occurs tile following expression:
"The approaching conveiilion ol the I7tb
of December is must deservhiK of tile nt
tcntion which Asheville is Riving it, ns it
will lie for it one of those lusting adver
tisements rarely obtained."
This is the truth and the principle ol
the (convention, as applied to us, in n
nutshell. It is in truth the opirlunil.v
"ol'a lasting advertisement rarely tib
taincd," both for the city and the sec
tion; for if rightly conducted ami
liberally provided for, I lie trumpeters ol
our fame from all parts of the country
will sound our praise, our cliniale, our
scenery, our locution, our resources, tun
advantages into hundreds of thousands
of enraptured ears; and thousands will
come back to sec for themselves, to select
homes among us, to invest their capital,
to embark in enterprises not yet under
taken by us.
This is the incidental ellcct of the hold
ing of the convention here; for we ina
not assume to think that n body ol men,
imjiosing from their numbers, their iutcl
ligence, their business enpaeitv, mid tin
magnitude of their views, would narrow
their work to the consideration of local
interests only atl'cctiiig us. The couveii
tion is organizing its plans anJ labors ti
advance and aggrandize the whole south
work to bring nlioiit nn industrial
and commercial equality with tin
rest of the union. Therefore, wi
sav. that the good that will
accrue to us, though positive and im
mense, is nfter nil incidental. Hut inci
drntol though itbe.it will be immense:
of such magnitude as to enlist in antid
ilution the earnest interest of every proji-
city owner, every real estate agent
every nronrtetor ol a hotel, every on
where fortunes hinge on desirable audi
tion to population and capital. For, de
pend tixu it, il our visitors arc not dis
appointed, of which we have not tilt
slightest apprehension, alter the dispcr-
sion of its memliers to their several
homes and sections, there will lie such a
return current as will stimubte every in
terest to its intensest activity. Men will
have found here that for which they
hud elsewhere sought in vain. They
will find, in a place they had not
known, not only charms of seen
cry and climate of which they
had not conceived, but they will learn ol
practical advantages of which they hud
only faint conception, chief nmong which
isecntrality with relation to every otnei
part of the country, ready accessibility
from every point of the compass, untl n
virgin store of forest and mineral wealth
to which the hand of industry is only lie
ginning to lie applied.
Surely there is every stimulus applied
to the interest of our eoplc, nnd these
tti'jlliludious visitors should Ik welcomed
with oK-n hearts nnd bluiing hearths
and without question they will lie.
In this conviction, and recurring to the
note of Dr. Browning, we feel his sinccri
ty w hen he greatly regrets that the Ken-
ilworth Inn it yet so far unlimsheil as to
make the reception of the visitors to the
convention imKssililc; "otherwise," In
lays, "we could then assist you by the
entertainment of our share of guests at
simply what it would cost us." This is
a liberal spirit, ami we are gratilied al
its expression; for we believe it 'is the
general sentiment of the community
lct every one make ready to do his or
her duty. The strain upon our resources
may be n severe one. But Asheville has
never failed to neipiit herself handsomely
The responsibility iihiii us is a great one
The eyes of the country nrc Uin us, and
some of them nrc captious and jealous
l.ct lis disapiKiiiil nil tint latter, nni!
demonstrate that Asheville succeeds i
whatsoever she puts her luind to.
Ill writing to the Springfield ( Mass,
Republican ol the recent killing lit Ann
Arbor, ol a Michigan university student
during a foolish contest with n local mil
itnrv company, I', I.. I'agc.of that tow n,
sayt: "The Mistmaster has the reprc
hrnsibte hnhil of closing the otficc three
fourths of an hour alter the Inst mail has
arrived, whether it has nil Iwtn distribu
ted or not, thus inviting a rush,
"rush followed in this case ami Severn
of the ttudcntt were arrested nnd jailed
till morning. The next night the atu
det.tt followed the soldiers returning
from firing fl salute in honor of the mar
riage of one of their number and threw
mud and stone at the military because
they objected to the company of a crowd
of hooting students. A fight followed
and one of the ttudcntt received a blow
on the head from which be died the next
I.usl week the foot ball team of Vale
college won a game and that evening
Yale ttudcntt made tlcsrnte efforts to
loot tome of the large hotel saloons In
New York City. Everywhere in their
neighborhood stores were closed nnd
thuttert put up at if an envadlng gang
of Congo negroes had arrived.
Both of these imldentt are happily far
from North Carolina, but they present
tome features ol student life that are
common In nearly every college town
nd that art worth tome examination.
Mr. Pagt says that the postmaster
"Invite ruth." In o'.her words, the
postmaster at Ann Arbor knowt that if
b dot not do jutt at the ttudcntt with
they will act likt lot of Texat steers,
violating every ml of good breeding and
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 18SH).
courtesy. Is that what students are at
a great university for ? Is it part of their
duties to correct n postmastir by play
ing the hoodlum ?
Following this exhibition these same
students flock by the hundreds on to the
streets next evening on hcuringthe sound
of guns being fired supposing, sayt Mr.
I'nge, "by reason of their previous diffi
culty that it was given on their account."
One would have thought thntif the firing
was on their account, it would have been
a gitod time to keep ofT the streets and
behave likegentlcinen. Hut no; the affairs
of the whole town are in thcirehargeand
out they go. The result a conflict and
a tlcud student.
What is there in the nir of a college
town that breeds t lie spirit ol 'lawlessness
and mischiefmakiug? The eollcgcnuthor
itiesnre not lie blamed. They are not
conducting n reform school. These stu
dents have arrived at n time of life when
they clearly know the difference Iwtween
right and wrong, Inn ween gentlemanly
less and hoorishucss,
It is not improbable that the explana
tion ol this tragedy at Ann Arlior us well
is the disgraceful conduct of the Villi-
students ill New York is to I louiul III
the fact that hundred of young men are
yearly sent to college whose tastes are
not those of the real student. Once there
the calm career of the seeker alter know
ledge soon palls on lluni, anil, finding
kindred spirits, they proceed to follow a
life of excitement regardless of good
morals or the rights of others. Whai
succeeds as a result ol this is a distract
to civilization itself.
due citu Isttei understand PuriicH'sun-
Ui-r ut being sacrificed for lack of a higli
moral standard by reading the following
account ofu ball in London n day oi
two ago which we print with nil apol
"All London is agog as the Emdisli
writers nut it over Kdith Norllicote's
luill. Edith Northeote is n ladv whose
'impropriety ,' to quote Bret llurte, is
professional. !lie is a leaning meiulier ol
the Corinthian and t.nrlcma chilis, am
vet a woman of birth nnd breeding.
Only in London could such a hall as slit-
gave go off with the same eclat. It was
u laucv dress atV-dr, given in the mngnili
cent new ball rooms of the Savsv hotel
staircases, corridors, hull and supiei
rooms were profusely decorated with the
rarest (lowers of the season. The suc
ikt was iicrlect. the champagnes ol the
choicest vintages, and the costumes ns
elnliorate ami eostlv us any ever worn
in London. The names of the men who
participated in this Inaction are hall ol
them written in "Burke's Peerage," and
,'oniHisea list ofvhgibles, that Hundreds
ol hostesses in tnc I luted Kingdom
would barter their chances ol etcrnnl sal
vation to liritm toeethrr in their draw
mg rooms. The Indies were, in the slang
il the town, 'pastry,' ns derived from
the noun tart.
"A leading local slock broker with un
enormous lortunc protKised the toast ol
the evening and one ol the richest colo
nels in Victoria's dominions signed
check to delrav the exiense the next
morning. I lie strungest part ol it
aus that the mtn who were present did
iiot endeavor to conceal thctuct. on thi
oonlrarv, cvcrvliodv ill London knew of
the ulfair nnd the men who were fortu
nate etiouuh to have invitations oiicnlv
liragged ol it among the ladies of thcii
.icuuuititaucc as well aselsewmre. N
court bull or royal reception t ver caused
greater interest' in the polite society ol
ith London society in such a state
no wonder l'nrncll feels that morally he
is not so bad alter all and that it is an
injustice to make so much fuss over bis
little escapade. But, as we said before,
Darnell's chief sin in the eve of certain
"higli" society in England lies almost
wholly in his being "lound out." That is
the unpardonable crime in modern Bab
It is said that "the resignation of (
A. Dickey, clerk of the New Hampshire
house of representatives, simplifies legis
lation. His successor will lie S.J.Jew
ett, who will receive the full repiiblirun
vote at tlieoK'tiing of this session. The
democrats will be united in their opo-
itioti to the passage of the bill in
strucliug the clerk ns to the method ol
preparing the roll of the next house, and
as there arc enough republicans who
lake this position to prevent its passage
the oul v business that will Ik- transacted
will be the election of clerk and nssi:
nut." This may lie true, but if the will
illiaiu I Milliliter iloesu t cook up some
scheme to balk the democrats (the K'o
llc in this easel it will lie a matter ol sin
cere wouoer. I Unrulier is sly.
Tmk nuniial rcHirt ol the civil service
commission says that the "commission in
the course of it investigations found thut
both ill Ihhh nnd I Mini there wrrecrrtniii
campaign committees of the dominant
party lor the lime being which procured
full lisls of the various employes in the
government service, and of their home
residences, nnd then sent letters
soliciting campaign subscriptions to
Iheni nt their home." This kind ol
whipping the devil around the slump the
commission denounces and asks lliat the
law lie so amended as to "forbid the so
licitation of government employes by
outsider in any way, at any time or in
Tim lite of the old Andrrsonvillr prison
is now the proierty of E. E. Jonrt Post
0. A. R of Macon, On.; the old Libby
prison, brick by brick, wat moved to
Chicago, and Col. L. L. Polk says that If
hit "own ton were a candidate for office
and on the ttump should abuse the Yan
kee! I would refuse to vote for him if it
wat the Inst act of my life."
The whirligig of time it making tome
very rapid revolutions these days, and
nownere runt latter tnan in tne soutn,
Tiik president's message is an entirely
harmless document. Republicans will
pronounce it "masterly" and that it per
haps itt chief fault that It will comtcl
an awful amount ol lying by the republl
can organs. The message can have no
influence on legislation, for Mr. Hani
ton it not a power In politics and
prnctieally only a figurehead.
Well. ' Bin One,
Prom the National Democrat,
Blaine hat magnetism and a keen eye
for political weather, Reed bad the power
to commond and the will to achieve, Mc
kinley it intensely In earnest and hat a
strong, logical mind, but Ingtilt John
Jamef ingnllt hat nothing but a mouth.
fir. tit Ci&'X't mA
Ol'T OF Hit) CAGE.
The Great Adjective ttdllor of
North Carolina Loost Once
Prom the Wilsnu Mirror.
The matchless and incomparable and
faultless and exquisite Miss Earl that
nngel spirit in loveliest maiden's loveliest
mould, lor she is the quintessence of pu
rity and goodness and loveliness and all
those other graces that ungclizc a mai
den, was in Wilson on Saturdnv and
Sunday, and she brought to us in her lie
witching attractive iierson n precious
gleam of raptuious delight, lor in her
reliucd presence nil things seem, like her,
so sweet, so holy and so bright that joy
sings on, and never dreams ol sorrow's
a mom: run "Wirs."
The Durham t'.lok- s.ivs its "boom
dition" will remove grease spots and
cause hair lo grow on a billiard ball."
That's why we don't want it. The
Wilmington Messenger's Inst Sunday
dition was just 1,-llli larger than in
pril, IS'.iii. The lnoir Topic says
he I Mil hum Globe once called Tiik Cm-
zkn "the brightest paiicr ill North Caro
lina." Not much. What the Glolie said
was that Tiik L'itizhs was ti "corker i"
ind then it meanly ieluw.il to say what it
meant by I be expression. Juscpbiis
md Charles I lannls, ol the Wilson Ad
vance, will issue a uuiiy coition oi tueir
paper during the coining session of the
North Carolina contciciice. which con
venes ill Wilson lieceiiilicr loth. That
night to be n telling bit ol enterprise.
An editor's or publisher's responsibility
i I not lessened in the least liccnuse cer
tain malicious unities were over the sig
nature ol a ciincspoudcnl. Highland
Star. Right you nrc. It was proven
on the editor'ol the Raleigh News and
Observer (which is nut much of u uews-
paH.'r, but a good deal ol an observer)
ihuthehnd made a pun. Mr. Ashe re
taliates liv charging the editor ol the
Charlotte Chronicle, Brother Ik'nl of t In
state of Wilkes and I he Hon. Joseph San
ter Caldwell, very much of Slatcsville.
with lieingjiarluers in the nwliil sin ol
punning. The matter ought to be inves
tigated bv the editor ol the rmgremuvv
Farmer who as a x.-acemakcr is a nota
c t utors, isxrir?
Scotland Neck licmocrat : Mr. II. I..
lames, liviui! near llobgood, has sonic
lluni: extra in t lie ciucKt ii one. nc inn.
n hen that lias stolen her nest live times
this vear, has set on her own cug, uml
hatched and raised filly chickens.
Mr. I'sher Ncwkiik hasn tame erow.
It cats with the chickens, goes into the
house and out lit plea ure. The strang
est thing nix nit it is that it has learned
to tnlk. It will sav "good morning to
members of the lamilv and calls nut
mnina" to Mr. Newkirk. rranklin
cor. Clinton Caucasian.
Mr. Edward Mitchell, n Frenchman
who lives at Midway. Davidson county,
was in the city to-day anil intorincd us
that he has n little daughter a lew weeks
old. that was bom with two front teeth
This, he said, might stem somewhat re
mark, ilile, but he vouched to the truth
ol it. Winston Daily.
Weldon News: While Professor Holmes
was on Roanoke river some weeks ago
he lound Ih'Iow Piilniyrn theribnfn large
animal in a mnrl lied, lie secured nlxmt
two feet of tt which hud iictrificd. Ii
measured four inches in linmeter. He
said it was the rib of nil Ichthyosaurus
an animal of huge dimensions which in
habited the earth in the lirst ieriod ol its
Oxford Day: A dug belonging to James
Howard, ol mil villc county, saw
train approaching, nnd, walking lictwcrn
the rails, he diced the engine and calmly
awaited for it to knock thelilcoutof him.
Mr. Howard whistled and enllrd and
shouted, but the (log did not budge nil
inch. It looked ns it lie had mad'- up Ins
mind to commit suicide. He stood like n
statue until the pilot of the locomotive
struck him. He was hurled into the air.
and his body fell to the ground lilclcs.
A t-n-nm of tnrtnr linking powder. Illuhest
or nil in lenvrnliiK strmKlh I1. H. I'.nvrrn
Ill-ill Krport, August IT. INHU. lulyiludly
JAM KM FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaent for Krcnis Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main Asheville, N. C,
II. II. COSBY.
(HiKxtMHor to C Cowan.)
1 PATTON AVKNl'K,
NUXT IHHIK TO 0KANII CBNTKAL IIO-
TUL, ASIIKVII.LB. N. C.
vim h by nd
it re oft imivlvvivdt o.
Hut who has count
eI the modvrnto for
tunes, the comforta
nnd utendy sources
of income thnt, mv
to be credited to
iiift? To dispense
would dry up com-
nwrce and turn back H
ClttclBattl Commercial Uasect.
- '.l,, )i.k'rrt.fy-ih. itje ' fl-(. V 'ri'Vt 'ii.VMi"
Tka rsmad Cocoa of Europe.
Tht Coming Ont of Ami riot.
; IfussiillnM faros M Qvsr csreni.
Now that Jts manufacturers j
are drawing; the attention of
the American public to this;
first and, ever since its invert-1
tion, the best of all cocous, it,
will soon be appreciated here,
as well as elsewhere all oven
the world. All that the man-;
ufacturers request is simply!
one trial, or, still better, a:
comparative test with what-,
ever other cocoa it may be;
then Van Houten's Cocoa
itself will convince every one
of its great superiority. It
is because of this that the,
English paper Health, says:!
;"0uce tried, always used."
! To rold the. e.ll elhoUl nt Tnd
lOnUM, nw oon.nllr VAN HOtlTKN'h
! COCOA, which i.. HTRKNUTIIKNKKol the
!nKRVK8 Slid s rvfrashiol and aourltliing
W.A.lli'Aiu. J.V. Huown.
No. Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo ii iv now ivinly, untl in
vito our Iriomlrt iiikI tin pub-
lio p'noi-iill.v to call niul ox-
ninino our well wlti'totl stock
Which wo arc offoriiigntroek
bottom liriivH. UiulcrtnkiiiK
a Hiirciai loimire. twin at
A 1 II A.
teiulotl tiny or nifht.
Telephone, day 7", night (3.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire ntuvk ol
Including: Anc llruovhts. Buttons and llrncr
RrKunllcsa ol rust, as wt inu-nd la the future
tn keep nothing but Hliri Gold ami
tlterlinu Kilver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
ttoutb Main HU AMhcvllle.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No io Court Square
ociiiu U vr
RETELL, & WAGNER,
HucveMom tu Kop Ik Isk'htvtilicrKrr
8U0AR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Cunit-s roimtrd on the premises ilnlly, and
ground fur every eustumer.
Full Line of Table Huppllca.
I'n-c delivery. A full line of I'ecd, luinlshcd
at whuk-snle iirices.
28 PATTON AVUNUlt.
Trier one No. 00.
Mv virtue of lced of trust executed by
(nhn I Cnmrrnn to me truntvc Iwfttink
rintr the IMlh ilnv of INrcrmlrCf. IMM3. mnd
rrtfiotercd In the office of the Kevlter of
I (! of Iluneomte count v. North Carolina.
In Honk 4 of nmrtirnuTi and dceila of tniit
on pnum 4A7 and iAK, drfnult htvlng been
mnili' nnd den and anon mi'havlnicleeiimadr
a rviiulrrd. f will Hell the land dravrllKd In
anld deed of trunt at public auction to the
hlKhrt bidder for cnh at the court houne
dour tn Anhevllle In nnid county on Monday,
the SJatd dny of Iteccmbcr, lHDO, atlUo'ilock
Ha id land la situated In the caatern Kirtlon
of Anhrvtlle on Hollywoml ktrcet. near Col
lene Rtrret, aillomtng 1andn of H. M, Miller.
Mm. I.ohk. Mn It. O H title and otlum.nnd
contains ninv-teutiu oi an ncre, more or ivm,
noVslUdlsUt A. T. Hl'MMl.V, Truatcc,
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
LXi t'U.U.V." Cu,dS)
iTOVenta Htrletura. Contain, nn
scrld nr rmlsonnus snliatnnemi, snd
Is RiinrantifMl alisolut.iljr hsrmless.
ut pny.Kiisns ana
iTcfrnvHl.ts. I'rlen Bl.
Hold by dnimlsla. llrwars or Sub.
!)K SVAI.il BY
RAYIOR SMITN, ASHEVILLE, NL 0,
WE AKI5 HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WE HAVE THUS WUUK IN
CREASED THE CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES ill' OUR
WE HAVE SECURED SEVERAL
I'lRST-CLASS. EXPERIENCED WORK
MEN, AND ARE NOW READY TOC.IVE
OUR I'RIISNUS A SPLENDID PIT AND
PINEO'lALITY, AT VERY REASON A
lil.l! KATES. CALL IN AND SEE US;
ALL WE ASK ISA TRIAL.
(ll'R REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL I'l'I.L AND ACTIVE. AND U
CAN CIVIS PROMPT ATTENTION TO
ALL WORK IIROUCHTIN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Pnttoii Avenue.
Real Estate Agent.
ANIl LOAN IIKIIKKK.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MOMOAN'S BOOKSTORE I
Money loinu-il Mini wt-ll aoi-nrcd nt H M-r cent
H, ,il Kntutr limiuht nml Id nt iulilli' hmI
.rl an I.- U.-nlJl l-ollt-L-tt'll. I Olllllm'tt-ll It
ki-nl I utilttnnil Aili-liiin Imnlili In I 'hnrlrs
tim. C. tin vi-urs. anil will Klvc prompt
utu-ntlnn to all tiuNitu-HK put in my vhiirin'.
KiiKllsth and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIHLS,
No. 40 French Itnmd Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
I'or manv yearn AiMWK-iate I'rimHpnl of Ml
VcVriiin Inntitutt-. Mnltililon. i
AfmlHtrd by a corM of conirnicnt Uiichcr
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If .vou linvr any Noim-. Throut or I.iiiik J
(in npplit-tuion I will in-nd a .tirti,tilrt '
dceriiitlvr of A.heville nnd nl.rt the in.
hnlinit treatment live with list ol que.-
tion. to Ik nnnw.-n-d liy the iwtient '
when ord.-rtnu Home Treiitment. Thin
tr.nlr.unt is as rffevlivc a. the olhc. '
lll'FICIt Nil. 1! I'ATTON A VHNI'II, H
.h villc. N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
Ilnrmr's Mnniuim-fur Iktvinlicr is n
siiK-rli Cliristmns ntimlwr. It iikiis with
As Vnu Like It, the third ol the scries
of articles on the comcilks ol Slinki s-
K'itrr. The comments on tlie play, writ
ten I iy Anilri'W I.iiiik. tire accoiiiiaiiit-d
by eleven U'lintifiil illiistratitins (incltiil
iim I lie frontspieec, irinte.l in linlsl from
ilriiwini!S by lulwin A. AIiIkv. Charles
llmllev Warner, in nn article eniiiieii
The winter uf our content, relates
inany niterestniK Inets rcKiiniiiin me
climatic iiillticnccs of southern Cali-
lornia. The article is necoiiipiiiiicil by
inline 011s illnslrationsfroniiiliiitti)jrailis
ami from drawings by the foremust ar
tists. Tliemlore Chilli writes eoneeriiiiix
I'rc-Kaiiliaehlc Mansion the famous
IavIiiiuI resilience ill l.onilnii ami tle-
M-rilK-s thrart treasures which it contains.
His article ts illustrated Iriun uitutiiiKs
by the distitiKiiished linijlish artists Kos-
setti, lluriiC'Joms, and t. I'. Watts.
I'lcrre I.oli cnnlriliiiu-s nn article iiIhuiI
"Jniiinesc Women," which is very tally
illustrated from paiutiiiKS bv II. I linn-
plirey Moon. I he la tum it aiiroinalc
to the holidav seasmi. Il includes
A Christmas Present," by raul lleyes,
illustrated by C. S. Kcinhart ; "l-'lule and
Violin, n storv ol old Kentucky, by James
I. anc Allen, withtwcnly-oncillustriUiiins
by Howard I 'vie: 'T'laski's Tuna
meiits," by Tho'mns Nelson I'iirc, illus
trated from 11 naiiilitiu bv I. W. Alexan
der; "Mr. C.ililile Colt's Hacks, ' bv Kich
ard Malcolm ohnslon, with nn illustra
tion by A. II. l-rost; "A SH-ukin Miost.
n dial.ct story bv Annie Trumbull Slosson;
mid "Jim's l.i'ltt It- Woman" by Sarah Ornc
Jewett. The editorial ilcpartinints, too,
have 11 distinctive holiday flavor. I'wr
William Curtis, diseoursmu tiisin the de
li Irtsonie elm meter of t he modern C hrisl-
mns, nrgucs that the ctiioyment ol true
tileasiire is not only a christian privilege
but 11 reliuious dutv. William lK-nn How-
ells 1 User i Irs ii Christinas dream in
which The Study, lieitiK transHirted
into the ideal eommouwenllh of the
future, beholds the lust of the romantic
ists and the anonymous critics, nnd has
a Iwiitifie vision of the results which
would follow the p'issuu;c of the interna
tional coyri(ht bill. Charles llmllev
Warner discourses timn the plensnrrs ol
Hiving, nnd pleads for the exercise of
good jmlKmcnl in tlic selection of Christ
Ys KW Wfklf Passr firm
FREE TO JAN. I, 1891.
Ta aar WW UrilMRIBIft sraa will aal aal aal asaa as lata alia wtik aaaia ana
aMrass !. ( IMal ar fcusw Bm Ovar r aVussiial UHtr a. aar rfeM, sr. will sa4
Till VOIITH'S OOMrANIOSt VRRRia Jaaaarr, IKtl, and far a Pall Vaar tVaas ikal Kaia.
TklaaCr laalaasa Ika PITS DOIIHI.K HOLIDAY "I'SlaKaa far Tkaakasl.lai, 1'krtMa.aa.
Haw Taas'a, laatar aai r..Mk.SJlr, aaS) all Ik. IHaMrata4 Waaklr Maaalaaiaaia. ,
A4i?- TMlJrOUTM'l I COHIS.AWIOSI, 41 Tampl. Plaoa, oston, Maaa.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Iasenjjer Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
. , , ,.i,,.a hotel. Hot ami eold
,A d; m. !Z l r. ...... Iineii lire In ..
ll minute, lor niesi".
RATICH, l.oo FKR DAY.
A. G. IIAIXYHURTON.Prop.
J. H. IIHYAN una lA'Al.Tt-ZW tiHKKM. flrrkw.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOIIACCO
HM1TH & ROI.LIKH, Pioprlctorn.
To the Tol.iu-eo I'lmilers ol Western North Cnrolinii nnd l!nl Trnm-.se.-i
Ilur mm kel bus fullv oKiml ...id .rin- nr.- Bo...l. e.-nllv on e..mnin iin.de anil ,
nd.is.- eiirly sl.i..miH- on nil common sr.ul... Huvum the h.ru.st. In-st liKhted nreh..usc
in W.-.l.r.l Nor.h enroll -n. nnd .-.iiiiik I, nl rm.l.iyes. we Kuinnnl.-e iililiullon. Thi.nl.lnK
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Hh Purity.
We deliver to all part, of the city our own llottllns KsiHirt IWer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
( lur licer l kepi nt n teniis rnt.ire of -Ml deree nml wc Kunrnnlee you a fresh artlelr at
nil times. TIIK TKAIIIi Srl'I'l.lliH FKIIM
V WINE AND LIQUOR , STORE
IN TMK HTATK,
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. . SS A SIOI' ASI lT, SS'ir'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
Anheville, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
ttpeclal Haiiltnrluiii for IlHcaca of the Luiikh and Throat.
I'lne. pure lirlnkinir wnler from M. untnln
Itose. wilh eltv ninms reneel svs.em .11 ...VKiviie. i-ii.n.i.na ami m-wonur. .e.,
stiietlv asentle. Mot Water MrutiiiK Svslrin
trie uml Mean. Ilnlh. nnd liiiuehe. lilev iilors, ISLclric I, lulus uml lulls, liKn fire..
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
SI-KCI .M. I 'HIT WIII'.N NI'.I'.HKI.
Professional servlei . outiniutl witlvpatli'iitn. nud nt im.dcri.te rates.
Price, lor lloi.rd ami Koom sill fto tu SI s.r week.
l-'or imrlUulars. address
KARL VON RICK, M. D.,
Asheville. North Carolina.
The Oally Ncwnpaptr Hi'Ht.
TI10 (Inilv iit'w)iiiM'P in tin'
IMHTofall nilvrrtisinii' iiiiili
uiiiH. J sic vi 1 iiijc it in nnM'rl,v
iihimI. AilvcrliHino; in dnily
lll'WSlllHrH I1I,VH, lllMIIIIHC
lill' IIIHI' nn,'H '"
ni'tly 1 1lu pur.
I'Iiiisit dny nftiT ilny
nml n'ivt'M hIiopimth
nml iiirrluiHii'H t licir
lllfl'l'lllltllo IIOWH 11ll'(HIill tln
ml vTt injnn' i-oliiinns, jiikI hh
tlll'.V K'Vl' Hi" IM'WH llllll-
1t lliroiiii'li tli litorinl io.
iiiniiH. It. W. Orr.
" TRY THE
17 I'atton Avenue.
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED.
Real Katate. Houses to Rent.
C. F. RAY,
Memlnr Anwrlcnn Ticket lirnkers' Asmh-'h,
MO SOUTH MAIN STHIIKT.
Copiea and BMntUol Calaodar
as mrum a Vmrutf ,f KmlUm ssut rWrwrfr. Jtmffaf as ss few a aWss."
of 8 dim wat aa w. M m
water iind,lmth nnd toilets on every
nnd Brntr in ld room., of.-e, .1
A LIS BV
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 416.
KprinKs. nnd eonnn-tlun. for Ihimrstle nnr.
..ml 1 horouKl. e.itlliitloil Hot. I .lil.
P A TTirrr nT w. I
vau iivil warraai
arte. simhI .. Knaas.
W. U DOUGLAS
riaa Calf um4 tmnt Wata.sl.aT Stasia.
Tk. nrSkm ana nuki qaantksiat Mi skns
rannat b. brtu akoxn UMh, S. Minna afjaaasr
sir.UI of U. UwuuKla at iiYm Waani.
0 O.aalaa H.saH-wM, aa sksraas aaJ
An mad. la oocifiwlfciiA saa taas.
aav ka bmn famtaalT usil.aS akws latnKuaai
and IkaiMM jmpnrMaHraH auk tksai saf alli?
our nVs5 ilil si tln prWc
Ask sour dmW, sad If b. ..nnnt fmrma asa4
W. Mm UOUULA BffMklMk Hmr
POR tAl.B BV
WEAVER A MYERS,
ANI'.W liltltll, mrrfully prrpnrrd Uyirmti
IniC me ml wr of the Aahrvllle bar, (on
On cat pitrchmrnt nnd hmvy Ant pnnrr). rov
rriiiK nil ncccminrT point, imt nut nnd now
nn unit' nt the uAW of thr N amdoi.ih Kkhr
I'l'iH.miiiNn Cn , No. A North Cnart Mtunre.