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ASHE VILLE DAILY CITIZEN; TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1800.
should be displayed la Inqrlng snedV
sine nhowi nil thing. In saleotiug a
remedy fnr ny diseiiae, yon Hliould be
positive. Hint It ront.iltut nothing Injo
Ituu to the health. Many remedies
ea the market leave the patient Id
inch worse condition, than boXoce
s s s
ki purely, vegetable, and perfeafl
Barmli-ss: the moat drllimte child oaa
tekn II with nlmiihiteR'ifely. It oontalnt
ao mercury or mine, all of any kind,
aad yet II never fall to cure the die.
mm It In recommended (nr.
Book on lllood and Hkln disease free.
Bwift KpecMo Co., Atlanta, 0
inOk'UVn RAriAVARn nninciaD.-nncr. He wnnta tn return the
a-vuiu iu uic uiiiccr.'ii uviiiu;. ii wci'un l 1
Kct hack our fluff;, I um (find there is nn I
law tn prevent the old soldiers from re-1
turniui the swords.
Mrs. Arv s.ivs sin: wishes slic could net I
hack her iM-iniiifnl little wurk-lahle that I
the tcleifnipli nKrntnr earned olT. He
wrote her once that he would nv tor it.
hut wauled to keep it as n trophy, hut
he Ims never scut the iiiouer or the tali e
One hundred dollars principal mid $200 cither. It is drawing ink rest. 1 reckon.
THK DAVtt WHEN A COW WAN
Coulecleriite Money Hlld Uoitdu A
Note That ilofHii'i Hvem About
to fall Uue-Whul Mrn. Arp
DR. J. H. WILLIAIHN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 53 HAYWOOD 8T.
Honra io A. M. to a P. M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Kflomi S and 6, McAfee llullding.
Hours -IO a. m. Io I p. m. uud 4 to 0 p. in
Telepone No, 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS 5 AND 6, M'AFEE BUILDINQ.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND Hl'IMiBK.
Promptness guaranteed. Office No, 3, sec
and floor, Hcodrv block, dt recti over post
ortice. Kmldence No. 93 llatlry street.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
IMaot Over J. H. Law'. Store. South Mala
Hi trading 2Sc.
" with gae r.oo.
Filling with .liver or amnlgum....noc. to7ftc.
" " gold 1 1.00 and upward.
Met of teeth fil.no.
.Beat act of teeth fx.oo.
No better made, no matter what yon pay.
A llooil Io Wlven,
llavinir used "Mother'a Friend." 1
would not he without it. It in o hoon I
io wives wno Know iiiey must pus I
through the piiiulul ordeal of ehililhirth.
MKS. L. MllI.liol'KM., Iowa.
write Krmlliclil Kctulatur voiniianv.
Atlanta, (in. I i imrticulnrn, Hv all I
twwi . . .1 -.......,....,,,. w,.i.i.i n.iiii'K
1 nc Kino liiuy wno sent mc tnc mil wrote whok'iiilc and rttuii grueera. These prices
thut she found it nmnnK her fiithcr'a old """" ""vaunts i..-.iuy
nailers, and as mv name waaon thebnek Bntter twti -Ml Apples Sow tan
ui biic ncm ii, mi. t Htm i Know I i iiiesciie...
whether I endoraed it or not, though it "'kZ
does not look like t: y signature. I don't
interest, and slid a riiiiiiiiiu.. A kind lady
from Louisiana lias sent me a confeder
ate note dated August 80, 1802. It is n
promise to pny $100, with interest nl
two cents a duy. These bills wi re called
sevin-Uiirlics lieeausc the interest was
$7.30 a year. They were printed on the
beat of bank note paper and hud John C.
Cnlhnun'a likeness on one end nml Miss
Liberty on the other. Calhoun was dead
and Miss Liberty died, too, ubout 18GG.
for Infants and Children.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
PAMKNOKB DHPARTH BNT,
Wcatera North Carolina IHvl.lon.
t'AtMUNGKR TRAIN 8CH8IIULU
(IH ItrPKCT Aniniil A1 I
TStli Meridian time used when not othcrwlw I
"Caatorla Ii m wfJl axUpted to chOdrm that
I reooinmend Itaa superior to any prescription
known to ma." II. A. Aaeur.a, II. D.,
Ill So, Oxford 8t, Brooklyn, N. T.
Caatorla enrra Colls, Omutlnatlon,
8our Htoinavli, Diarrhma. Erueutlon,
Kills Wonoa, (ivea sleep, and promotes 1.
Without injurious medication.
Taa CaxTAua Ooarurf , 77 Murray Street, . Y.
ecnt 80 d&wlv
lih'illll'llllllillin.. em'h.Aftt UK
7i i6i I oi i IS. . mum :u mi
.. iwi I lllnnvvnx. ikt Hi IN
ruinioni, aw t...mi"millont.y II
I'otiiliira, lrlal'.noiii7ll'Wli.Ht J Oil
runup.... .'loin loll'iirtl 7li
(ml n' tlHHii litn Mtul Mil
Cnl'linifc, imt Mi I lOntN (til
Ik-ana, pr l.ii.lillifti i.MilRye aft
I'cnM nnoi7n ii
Cheatnuta I nnC
Dr. J. H. Crawford
Room, fi and 8, McAfee Duildinic,
I'atton Avenue. Aahev lie, N.
raacTica lihithii to tm
Kye, Kar, Throat and Noie
M. A. NEWLAND
Attorney at Law,
Will practice In the loth and lath Judicial
INalrirU of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court nnd the Federal Court of the
weatern iHatnct or North Carolina.
Til ao. F. DavioaoN, Tiioa. A. JnNaa
cairiau. Ja. u. ra aktir, .isrcvllle.
Q VIIIMtlN, MARTIN JONH8.
Attorner. and Counarllora at lw,
Aahevllle. N. C.
Will prm-tlce In the 1 1th nnd I'Jth Judldnl
llatrlcta. and in the Hunremc Court of North
Carolina, and In the Federal Court, of the
vtcaicm limine! oi norm Carolina.
Refer to Hank of Aahevllle. dtacl
J A. TBNNBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, apccincatlnns and estimate, fnr-
aiancu. All work in my line contracted for,
and no charac. for drawings on contract.
Reference, wtien desired.
Offlce: No. 12 Hendry nluck, North Court
"Iu.it, A.wevine. n. leiuudly
P. RAMSAY, D. !..
Over the Nntlonal Hank of A.hrvillr, llur-
nam nuiiuinu. Keeiarnce, ov cnarlottc at,
la Cnanally Buudina, uer Redwood's Store,
Realdrm, SO Spruce atrret.
R mil atop
JS00K TO' WOHAN 'AtitV9av
tjumat KBuurmca Atlmtawl
(Huece.aora to Balrd It Rector.)
Mo. aS North Main Street.
A etlPKRIOR FLOUR MANttFACTIIRUn
FOR OUR TRAUB, AIX BIZU8,
E SELL FOR 53.40 PER HUNDRED.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
TUB FINB8T UNIMPROVIin PROI'BHTY
Lots nn and 8, I'ro.pect Park Moun.
tain and river scenery that eai.not be ex
celled Fine lawn, wrll shaded with thrifty
yon oaks. Only one square from street
ear lint, convenient to water, cat and tlee
trie light llaes Neighborhood, one of the
beet In A.hevllle. Call or addrata
T. H. IIOMAR,
Or B. P. FQiTBR,
' dtel aw . and D, onlcet
know whether she holds me rcnMnsillc
or not, tlioiiL'li I freely admit that I was
one of the fellers who raised the racket
Nevertheless, I will pay the note accord-
iiijf iu vuniraci wncn ifc nilia uue, wiuen
is to be six months alter a treaty ol neaec
hna been made between the United States
and the Confederate states.
1 ins conlcuerutc promise to pay re
vives many sad and sweet memories.
They were sought Tor with cnucrncsa by
those who had a surplus of common cur-
rency nnd wanted to invest it. Our folks
didn't want any more negroes, nor any
more laud, and so they bought these in
tcrestjienriiig notes and hid them away.
expect old Maior Gill bouuht this one
from me. Hut the smart men who did
not abound in patriotism, didn't want
any kind ol contcdernte money or bonds,
and so they invested in lands nt enor
mous prices. A common farm, that was
worth $2,4.00, would bring $''i,ooo, A
!ug pile ol money will teiutit most nnv
body, whether the money is good or not
One of our patriots, who had laith like a
grnin of mustard seed, sold his farm ai.il
stock and negroes all in n lumutorSloli.
000 in confederate money nnd Idled a
trunk with it, and would take it out and
count it once n mouth. Later on he put
it in bonds of $1,000 each, and he love il
to count them ami look lit the commim
and figure up the interest, nnd lorn; alter
me war was over ne nelirvetl that those
bonds would be good some dnv. and lie
redeemed with the cotlonoi tliegohi that
nc said was over in unglnnd.
"As the months rolled on and the yan
keea were closing their anaconda coils
around us, and faith was weakened nnd
hoie was turning to despair, our coufed
crate mon'y would hardly buy anything.
In the spring of '65 it took $100 to buy
a lond of shucks or n bushel of corn and
$250 to buy a pair of cotton cards. I
saw a man pay $5,000 for n iiound of
opium that had run the blockade and he
sold it to the opium enter on the sly for I General I Inaurance I Agent.
u in goiii una icn ncn. i ne monev I
nit an luid thnl it tnnk n aiohr f it iX ar No. SO South Mnln street.
carry on the limited commerce of the Bstaiill.hcd 1 Hits.
country, und to the government nt Kiel)
mond kept on roiling out it of the machines
and duln t take time tocount it. und Mr.
McmniiiiL'cr couldn't tell whether be had
sailed 300 or 3.04MI millions.
As the wor ncn red its close the money
ousinesa was like acnoolooys
In Its First Stages.
Be MM you grl the genuine.
Hnltil Clerk. Hut. av Poll,
"You have no Idna how much good
advnrtlsing tlin clorks of a hntol ran
do," remarked an ntfaehe of the Plajik
Inton. "Tint tlieatms know wht
iinv!'ton'.'.V.Vi'n'ei'aii I ajilo advertising mediuina they are. and
t-cUrv'"1" Mm4n tho tn,mt of tlu-in keep the hoWelerK.
suptilied with piiama. Every evening
there nro from ton to fifty traveling
men in the lionso who want to go some
where, mid tho first thing they do b to
go and oxk tho nk-rk what fa the heat
at mint inn at the theatres, or If there Is
anything i lse going on Id the eity. In
this wnytlie elerk praetleally derides
wneiviiu. st rangers will go. Itlsena-
toinitry In ulinoxt all eitins for the hotul
clerks to have admbviion to the base
ball parks.- Milwaukee SentineL
Then Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorla.
When aha was a Child, she cried tor Caatorla.
When she became Mua, she clung to Caatorla.
Whan she bad CullJreu, ahe gate tlwio Cattori.
At Her Did Stand,
No. 4 North Main Street.
deel d I w.
insure' youTp"ropert7 with
E. J. ASTON,
If You Have
W appetite, luillgmtlon, Flataleaee,
Rich Heaaaelie. -ull rus dewa.' lee.
! rieeb, y on a ill riad
tti remedy on nd.
a I or ph Niral OTenook will
ilia waalL Htomarfei anil hnlld Hpfh.
iiaa-vinv fntrijit'i. Misrrerara rr
raliaf fraiu lUein. Mlrely iuwcmi
Aahevllle. N. C.
tug. Nolmdy wanted to be the lust man
caught with it. It wns played around
last, just like young folks play thimble
at a party. And all tins time the sold
iers were paid off in this same currency
at $10 a month. The $10 wouldn't pay
lor a tin wineglass hall lull ol red liquor.
Vou see, the glass tumblers were all
played out, and the liquor men used tin
ones made of scraps. Ten-penny nails
were worth $1 n piece. I know a
wealthy man who built a nice fence in
front ol his house and pinned the palings
on with x.'gs because he couldn't gel
nails. The soldier law thut confederate
money wnscnt even fit to nut uo as an
ante at a game of seven up. A $10 bill
didn't muke the gume interesting. They
were nsnnmeu to send tneir monthly pay
home to their families for it wouldcnt
buy anything ana would lust be an ag
Hut the boys kept on lighting all tlic
same, and tile home lolks kept on suffer
ing linn tuviaing until there wnsent any
thing lilt to divide, for Sherman hud been
along here and ramie n war path fifty
mile wide, ami gobbled up every horse
and mule, nnd cow nnd sheep, and chicken
and shook his ramrod at the buiuirds.
When my folks get home from runnugeing
tnem wnscnt but one cow in the county.
nnd she was hid in a ennebrnke, and it
took $3,000 in moncv nnd an old execu
tion lor $500 and thirty yards of factory
shirting to buy her. After the war that
execution wns collected with all it inter
est and so the cow seller lost his contcd
ernte money but got uliout $N00 in
greenbacks for her and she waaeitl u er
Those ante-bellum debts were awfjl
hard to pay after tlic war was over I
Know it ny cxiiencucc. When the war
iroke out I owed about $3,000 and was
mighty good for it. During the war I
wanted to pay it in eonlcdcrnlc money
but my friends wouldn't take it and after
the fuss was over I couldn't and it took
me ten years to get rid of the load
always thought that Colonel Fort wns
right, lor he said we were all ruined nut
ought to wiie out the shite and burn up
the notes nnd accounts nnd mortgages
ann let everyuouy ncgiu anew and start
even with the world. Kort was sorter
like myself he owed about asmanvnahc
ditlenl owe, nnd had nothing to pay
with. Just think of a thousand millions
ol money wined out in a month. Think
of 10,000,000 of people without a cur
rtney I When the collanse came. I had
$18 in greenbacks, and wns next to the
richest man in town. Uob Hargrove bud
7iu ami ne strutted around likca bloated
bondholder and opened a store and hud
half a box of rotten tobacco nnd six
bunches of factory yarn and four bolts of
brown shirting ana some iunwnre for his
stock. The jugs were for sorghum mo
uitscs, i suppose.
But everybody went to work. The
soldiers brought back some old worn out
amy stock. The refugees soon begun to
return and bi ought along some cattle
and hogs and chickens and dogs, and our
folks in Sherman's belt got a starton the
upgrade, and ever since then they hnve
been multiplying nnd rcnlenitliinu- In an
industrious mnnncr. The memories of
the war are fading nwny, for most of
them wno lought it are dead. Old father
Time has smoothed over the strife and
we are making friends nnd our old sol
diers will toon be drawing iirnsions nnd
back pay all the same ns theirs. 1 reckon
they wilt for time softens the henrt and
tenders the feelings ol the bitterest foes,
A federal soldier was in Koine the other
day seeking investments, and said he
would like to find the lieutenant colonel
of the thirty-third Georgia regiment, who
was captured, or wounded nndenptured,
at Antietam (Shariithurg), and wns sent
to the hospital and afterwards to orison.
and gave his sword to a federal who was
in the same hospital, The federal soldier's
U. H. IIRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER.
Alio irrnding of nil klnda dune. All order.
playing promptly Wlcd nnd work guaranteed. Cnn
be found at all time at Grnhnm'a Cotton
No. 64 S. Mtln St.
OI'HS DAILY FROM 10 A. M TO A 1'. M
A supply of
CAKliS, CANDIES, I'ICKLI-S,
Prexrvca, Jellies, lllncuit, nnd llrcml. con.
, Jellies, lll.eult, nnd
atuntly on hund.
Arti.lic Kmiiniiilerv anil
every description for aulc.
Fancy Work of
PROF. J. BAKER,
(FROM LONDON, UNO.)
PIANOS TUNED & REGULATED, $3.
New action nut In nlil niiinrM. All klnala I
ofrausit'iO instruments tumd anil repaired
naiiw.ncTinn Kaaraniero. ieavcorurrs al 37
rattan avenue, A me vi lie, N. c
ASK YOUR VROCICR
EVERY SACK IS GUARANTEED I
MANHPAi'Ti'asD nr tiix
Order, taken far nlaln arwlnu. mmuMiml
fancy work nnd hi'iustitehinu. nl.o r,.r ..i.
utiles of all klnile. novVA d2w tu than
llAUI'Ktt'a Vt'KHKI-V ha. never fnll.-l l. In.
tlfyits title ii. a "Journal of Civlllinil "
anil It hna dune ao with a con.tnnt rcjtard
to rnlnraril poaatlilllttea uf uaefulnesa and a
hlghrr aliinilnnl of artlattr nnd literary excel
lence. It troves untuuehetl no itniMirliint
phaM of the world'e pmirrcaa, nnd pnenl. a
n-cord. eotinllv tru.tworthv anil inirn-Miiiu.
of the notable evenu. pcraone, and achieve
mrnip t, .fur lime.
Kiecial .upiilementa will In? Cfinliniled
Ihtn. They will Imt lltrrnrv. acirntilie. artla
lie. historical, critical. tulMilfrnnhienl or lie
MTtptivi. n. ocin.luo muv demand, nnd will
continue to riearrve the henrty comtnrniln-
lion which ha. Iieen lictewed on pn.t l..uea
hy the prr. and tlic iiulillc. Aa a fnmilv lour
niti. ii.ki hn . ki.i.t win. a. nen'tolon
Many Peraona an hmken
down from overwork nr household caret.
Urowu'a Iron Bittern Rehuid. the
system, sidt dUrestion, remnvea exccsi of bile.
sua cures malaria, uel tut genuine.
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A full stall of able editor and eorres-
The neatest, newsiest nnd most enter.
prising paper m North Carolina.
Itsellorlsare alwuvs devoted to the
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sources oi tne slate, particularly the
Subscription, $0 cr annum; $3
months: 50 cents per month.
A clerical position In AsheTllle or virinitv
hv a northern voum man. Kittrrirnt'rd in
tirtiee work. Krfrra to prctwnt eniployrrasto
viiuiaiii r, llilllljr,Ci.t:. AaoiWI U. V .,
deel dut Care Ciliten.
Hut all house of three or four rntmt,
three or four rooms iu ifnoil liwntitin. a a,
""s luck iiox aaH.
Hume vnrc hy
At an I'atton avenue.
Fortv or flflv wiimrn tit li-m inlmwi An.
u.mmsmiuunHRHn u. at iiii-fry on
ut Hirer i. novl'U til w
, iVW7 STKAY&n OK STOU-X.
JTSTRA Y COW.
Tnken uo. dnrk rrtl paw. bnni nn lA
rKht hunt nciiIiIk-I oft uiitkmrath. Onner
cnn Kfi same ny payttiic etists a -d provinv
prttiterty. 11 uriM.lNH.
vtesi tinn ttmitn't iiriiiKe.
leflUt nlffht. Mfie lO trrnv rheH'lml nvrmial
flmlcr will iilfnite rave it nt K. At 1) R. H.
HTicv. ruiiiH)if reward aivcn. mvvu :tt
I WR sau:.
Very cheap, a vlllnKe cart, olmoxt new. nb-
a nurse motion
I) II. I'ATTHKHON.
Itastand Hillsldr strcrls.
Three rooms, furnished or unnjrnitthed,
I'll (1 cm V Stm't. Aotilv at HUir Ar llrnwn'a
furniture more. novUU dtf
No. 3(1 Deardcn Avenue. Nrw hfitiso nn
Ply tn J. M. Ol lHiUK.
Furnished house. Central l.orHtlnn. All
Improvements. Trmis on niMiliFailnn Ai-
vj . . let at iai inn Aumm
Kuhurltsn rrsiilrnrs. nn tnlta fraim tt am
Mrrrimun avenue mad. hsndsomflv ami
eomplrirly furnished and equipped ; ratjuiiMlr
virw. rxu-HsiTe niunos; two iresn icrsr
liertliteil with a strict rva a nl fur the nuitli V,,;":.w,ncr "r,,CB horses and vrhiclrs if
lies that mnke it a safe and welcome visitor K-Mion iriven 1st of Nnvrmtier.
to every home. (Owner ocvupylns; In sum mer only would
dpsirintr avititar ! ila-n.w liMwu
srptiuitf i. o. UrCK box n.ta.
UDIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mine Fnne Hniith, late from New Vork, at
57 South Mala HI., I. now fully prepared to
do the moat atyll.h dressmaking at the .hurt
cat notice. Perfect nt guaranteed. Also ar
tistic millinery huts of all klnda made as
new. l.nillea' material, used Io the moat
practical iidvantuge. I'nteiil hat and bun
act supiKirtcr. 07 Kouth Mula street, over I
J. W I'HTII AKIi.CII,
M, ling. Hoc. C. Ii.
linii'r CorM, tl.H.N.
PETIIARD & KING.
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the Numlrcr fur Innunry of rnch vear. When
no time is siKTtfkd. suha rtniinn will Iwuin
viiii inr iiuniiirr turrrni mi na.' tuna
ecu it 01 unirr,
liouml oiumrsiif IIampum's Whkki.v fur
three vrnri hack. In tiritt tlnth lilntliita-. ta in
hr STIlt hv milll. IMtst'liniil. nr liv ratiirt'asi fre-a
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vcvtl Si iar vuiuntri. inr 17 tM-r vol tunc.
C loth cars. ftr each volume, suituhlr fur
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fHatrirt Piwiiui f A s
No. 10 I'atton Ave., AahevUle. N.C.
J. CHARUTON. O. P. A.. Chleaffa. III.
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
On and after this dats the niiiavi. .ua.
nles will lie run over its "Columbia Division."
no. oo i.enves oiumnia M o.ao p. m.
kl mrt7 at viiantawB.., V.W p, Ol.
ai a . T-- wniinriion-,H,mH 7.10 a.
AiTtves atcoiumhla. 11. R5 a.
onneetina witn tra ns tn and frnm .n
points on the Chariot t. rnli.ml.la a. AJ
" VWBIDO, wreenTiiie aaiiroads.
T. M RMRRBON, Oca. I'aaa. Agt.
Paiaet 8r(iias. Low Rarts.
Fimr Tlin. urn Wat W.
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
TWOsaaf J Has It Pit aria, mmt IgSfea
Dufoa Way forts.
very Wtsk Daw asfsMs
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
WM "-"..J Tripi In, J.I., W a, ks.
OMbl Dalle Lie Bulwa
CHICAGO AND 8T, JOSEPH, MICH.
OUR ILLUSTNA rCD PiWSMLi Tl
J" "-"i -iTii...awHla-r..T,i,he4
bv - our Tl.-h " Arfmif.rr. .d.
t. B. Wllircoua. A. p. a r,....
Oeiroit ami Ciuvaiand Steam al.-... On
OFFICE OF THE
KxprrlH In eltv work. tniHiirrniihlrnl and
plain surveys of cities nnd titwiti; ties tuns,
iilnns, siiecilifstliins nntl estiinntes fiirniRhrd
phrrnllways, watcrsttpitlyand sewersue sys
Horeliiltles ! The ItH'ntlo! and ennatracilnti
oi railways anti concrete pavements.
AttticvlllCi N. C.
P. O. Boi 4-DM,
OAlce: Hecond floor In Ornnd Oftera House.
HUT afU fliim
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, tt PATTON AVE., lY.SC.A. ROOMS. I
Open daily, .acept ftuadaye, rrom 10 a. m.
until I p, m and 8 until 7 p.
The terms of snbsctiptlon art i On. year
12 1 6 Bins., 81.60; 6 mos II 1 1 mo., SOcU.i
dally 2 eta.
Officer, for ln.no- 1're.lrtrnt. L'harlea W.
Woolarvt Vlce.l'resldrnt, Thos A. onrs: Hec.
and Treasurer, D. 8. Wal.oni l.lhrnrlan. Miss
It. J. Hatch.
Cltlsens und visitor, are cordially Invited
to luajwet th catalogue and Inacribe their
nam, aa mcmrtcr, anaontr
nsat and ivlr ours, wheUtfr the patirni l a w.h,c!1 mm ?ni
Ufsiantujrlrlnkfrnranalnitiollnwi All ptsc. s of I A,h
Ql lL$L Iff""i''N'M-airdHhsorb the nasi of the re
VlH I W'" Mmlerr-s no Incon. IVimii the sown pet it
RAYSOR t R MIT If. ttruaaiits,
Ashevllle, N. C,
auao dfttwlj aiua wed frt
PrilLIHHING COM PAISY
BIBLE HOUSE, A8T0R PLACE, NEW YORK.
RKMOM'TION OF THK BOARD OH IHHItC
l'ncl fHt. iff. IHIM,
Whereas, Il In our drslrr to lncnnse the elr.
ulatlun ol our Wecklv News MaifMilnr
a mi in h the c1n-e to whom we eater, and
Whereas. Mnnv of our natrons rtnvs ns
urtrd us to arrnnReour sultseriptlon list
so that the eominls iun usunlly allowed Hub.
senption ARrnta may utrcetiy uenent loeal
ennnttt s, it is
Resolved. That we tlonnte the mm nl
bi.ihhi in cs n to tne Lnun-n of any denumi
nation in encn ana evrry mate bviihr as our
Hiihscrlptlon A Rent, thnt may send us the
larResjt numher of PiilnHfiliers. This dona
tlun is mndr to the sucurssful cumitctltur fur
the niiriHiM of usvina off drhta on ihrir
vnurcn. nr pun-nasinR new attar rurnlture,
iur nuanay (hiiooi aim otner 1'ansn pur-
I'rovMrd, 1st, All subscript Ions to the
i.rsTHATNii amknii'am or iur one vear. naiii
for In advance, nnd hnndrd in between Nov
1,1NiMi.and Jnn l, nii. Und. There
must lie at leant trn enmortlna rliun-hea in
each staae, nnd should there nut he at least
trn com pc unit churciirsin astair, the money
osld in Inr iiiiH,rtntiiina hv resiitlrnla nl ikai
state will he returned to the parties ao pay
Inu It And It Is further
Kcsalvrd, That a mteihtl clerk lie detailed
to ktep the record of suhseriptlutis as Ihey
nrrlve. and lhat the atnndtnR of earn vhun-n
and nnriiih lie nuhlUhrd In our eolumna vr
artk. and, Thnl nil munlee so reeeivtd tie
drpusited In the Chemical Natlona1 hank,
New vork cite, am, rnvmrnt of the at..
tMMl to lie mnde to any deeiRnatrfl pnrly aa
soon alter Jnn. HI, as the count ran he made.
wnirn win not or inter innn rtn, in, tn.
hi inhahl'anta or over, on
census of IMMii. are eacluded
Hamiile eotites will be sent free to all ost
ites on anoUcation. and Alt ntteaiiona tavrt .(m.
I Ing to the ahovc offer cheerfully answered. '
By tmler of the Hoard.
MAUKlLaf M. 4lrt TUN, MCrctar.
Strictly in Advance.
5 For a Club of Six.
iSt'tid Ono Dollnr ant) renew
your MubHci iption at onw.
Sirccinl CorroHpondcntfl In
every wctiun of WeHtcrn
Rome people aRtre with The Run's ofiinions I
""" "n nnu in in an, nntl some urtioir
hut everylHHly likes lo aet bold of the
dull and sever
newspmirr which la never
afrntd to sneak its mind.
Itemocratt. know that Ibr twentv years
The Hun has fuuuht in the n-tint line for Item-
DO YOU MINT
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. 0 N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
From a Newnpnper to a Vis
iting Card euu bo execu
te in a workmanlike
style at this Print
PRICES A3 LOW
www ... .h u.MHni in ine mini line lor I arm. I . i. . . .
m rati- prluc-iplrs. never ur.vertng or weak-1 AH 1' irHtrl McH WOI'K fail
enlng In its loyalty to thr true Intrreata of the I nvr.ea vu.ii
tiartv It arrvr. urllh SparlrM lHtlllM.M mmA
illslnlercleil vigor. At Ume. opinion, have
nnierro aa to inr neat mran. of arcomo ah.
Ing the common purpose; II I. not The
nun . i.ui. ii ii naa arvn turtner into the mill.
Kighleen hundrrd and nlnetv-one mill be a I
fim-w, yrar m AmerH'an pontics, aad every
kmIv should read The Hun.
Unity, per month.
My. tier year.
nuav. oer vear
Dally and Sunilav. ner venr...
!.,"",.,", aunday.per month......
Weekly, one year ..,
AtfdrsMM iTMK BIN, Mew V
ww a.oo i
Ask any of tho thousands
Tho man who conduct his
TJSt t,,oir pntrons in Asheville
Tcatla nn,1 U'i.u. Tm.1. I.u.l!,t
iivoveiii iioiui I'tll UllllUj
liusincRRon t ho theory that n to their manner of doing
ibtloosn't pa v, nnd ho can't
afford to advert inn. mt un t m
his judgment in ommsition buHlne88' They aro
to that of nearly all tho bus
iness men in world. He
assumes to know more than
thousands of men who have
made their millions by pursu
iiiic a courso mar, no bivh
.1 i. "
utM'Hii ii pay.
TO WEAK MEN
nVrmg Irani ias sma.ls mt rostltfai
ARTISTIC - PRINTING
In North Carolina.
uuihond. an... I wwwh
SM a valuabl. kmaala. taealxll aauudulug fall
yrH-alnv ae-Baeara, FNtr hr. 4
mm eanaieai vera I aiMIS b. real ky eanp
ae at Ban.ua aaS aiiuu-4. -
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SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Loot manhood, early decay, etc.,'ete.,'caa sa
ears a home treatise free, by addrrutug a kl.
low sulkrer, c. W. LHBK.
P. 0. Bui 810, Hoaaoke, Va.
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