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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Tub. Daily Cmm, Democratic, ! published
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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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MODBL CIOAR 8TOKB, Patton Ave.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890.
Don't t Frightened.
"With a fleet once in the hurhor ol
New York, the consequences would be ol
such mairnituriethtit thecountry at law
could not disregard them. The popular
impression is that the danger ol a sen'
coast city it a danjjcr of bombardment
with ransom as un alternative. It is not
regarded as a pressing dungcr, being op
posed to the civilized tendencies ol the
age, and, at the worst, a menace that
can be bought off. Leaving out, how
ever, tne possibility, it such a possibility
exists, that a stute ut war will lorego mi
overwhelming strategic advantngeout ol
dclerence to the 'civilized tendencies ol
the age,' and that anv state or city is
rich enough to nay the lilt v or one hun
dred millions that may be exuded at
the price ol immunity, the duuger does
not stop Here. I lie terms ol ransom
would undoubtedly include the surrendei
of all the shipping, naval or mercantile,
in the port, in the case of New York, it
is hard to say what limit would be fixed
to a ransom, and Brooklyn and Jersey
City would contribute their shares.
"Hut the calamity would not end with
the payment ol money and the surrendei
of ships. An enemy fleet once in the
waters of New York would remain there.
Commerce would be annihilated."
We refuse to lie scared. Secretary
Tracy's report of which the above is a
purt totally ignores one great fact ; and
that is that New York is not nil of the
United States. As a matter of tact, no
nation on earth will ever make the sec
retary's mistake. Any nation belligently
inclined will remember that New York
annihilated, a vast country of vast re
sources yet survives anj that
the American people would re
taliate with a blow that would
well-nigh make the very earth itself reel.
Who doubts that every government in
clined to mischief knows these things to
be so and will keep bunds off accord
ngly ? Chili has almost a first cliis
navy. Will she sail her ships in
to New York harbor and proceed to col
lect a ransom of millions and then rnzi
the city? The question almost answer
itself. It is virtually asking if Chili will
commit suicide and go out of business
altogether. It might take time but wc
have plenty of that, and, our resources
against Chili's, there could be but ont
end victory for us.
But the insult and the war will nevci
come. Nations do not become enraged
like individuals and rush tonconllia that
could result only in favor of the stronger.
Our position, our tried fighting qualities,
our enormous wealth, our friends among
the great powers all these weighheuvily
against Secretary Tracy's position and
virtually form a complete answer to it.
As Tub Citizkn said once before, a
nuvy wilt cost millions upon millions: it
will not cost us a cent to mind our own
The BIcmIiik or (Jiving What Imu'I
Secretary Noble in his report says of the
"The work to lie done by this bureau
has reached wonderful proportions, and
its expenditures sent into tiie channels ol
trade and commerce in our country more
than one hundred million dollars the past
year. The use of this vast sum hasscrved
mure than one valuable purpose. It has
been not alone a relic! to hundreds ol
thousands of the families of the soldiers
who in different wurs have served their
country, chiefly those who dclendcd the
union against secession, but it has also
transferred at most opiortune moments
me accumulated treasures ol the govern
ment tn tlie hands ot the people, 'blessing
bira that gives and him that takes." '
If the disbursement of this vast sum is
such a good thing for "the ieople" let's
all quit and have the government suii-
But whence came these "accumulated
treasures of the government." One
would think that the prcscntadministm-
tion was a money making concern, in
stead of one that got its "treasures" by
over taxation of "the people." It is n
terrible indictment ngniust the republi
can party that it has taken from its
rightful owners hundreds of millions und
given at leust 40 per cent, of the amount
to persons who hud no more legal or
moral right to it than the people in the
The secretary or the administration
that can sec a blessing in sucb perversion
of the taxing powers of a government
has too dangerous idcus to Ik Intrusted
with the finances of a great nation.
What Parnell HHould Have Me-
Among the nations Ireland has one
distinction which causes her to shine ns
a star. It is not her eloquence, though
he produced a Burke. It is not her
poetry, though Moore and Goldsmith
are numbered among her sons. It is not
her valor, though it toak a Cromwell to
conquer an O'Neill. It is not her patriot
ism, though from O'Connell to the pres
ent Irish members of parliament, Ireland
glories in a list unsurpassed by the scroll
of any other nation. These and other
made by ad
are often referred to.
lint who has count
ed the moderate for
tunes, the comfort ih
and steady sources
of income that are
to be credited to
ing? To dispense
would dry up com
merce and turn back
Cacaaac CommmM Oaicii.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN:
glories never can be effaced, though Ire
land should sink into the sen.
But that one glory of which we speak,
while it does not ring in trumpet tones,
or thunder with the voice of cannon, or
sing the verse of poets, yet is as high, us
noble as the others named. It is the vir
tue of Ireland's women. Compared with
continental peoples this purity of maid
enhood and of wifehood is a glory whose
radiance outshines them all. The un
sullied name of the Irish maiden becomes
the foundation of the sanctity ol the Irisli
Among foreign women servants in
America none are so known for virtue ns
the Irish girls.
This national sanctity of the Irish iwo-
ple bus received a ghastly wound at the
hands ol Ireland's foremost champion
for freedom, I'nrnell, while battling tor
public liberty, has wallowed in private
license. He has said: An Irishman iiiuy
be an adulterer without injury to him us
a patriot. VVc much mistake Irishmen
and Irisli women if the virtue of Ireland
docs not rise indigiumt, and rebuke the
shame of I'nrnell.
Ireland would better not build ruined
homes into the foundations of hcrlilicrty
I'nrnell was necessary to Ireland s cause
until lie sinned ngainst one of Ireland's
greatest glories. His fall has ended this
necessity. The assumption un his part
that the entire Irish iienple would con
done his rank offense is an insult which
only n leader of supreme selfishness could
offer to n nation of pre-eminent virtue.
In the present statcof linglish morality
evcnnPilkc might lie received back to
favor and iiillueiuv. Ireland in I'liruell's
case will illustrate how different her
hardy virtue is from the rotten immoral
itv of the English uristocrncv.
The Mouth In Literature.
It is interesting to note that the IVccni'
tier Century is, ns lar us latum goes, n
southern number. There is the continua
tion of I'. Hopkiuson Smith's charming
serial "Colonel Carter of Cnrtersvillc,"
oel Chandler Harris' short story "A
Conscript's Christmas" und "Fourteen
to One" a tale of Ku Klux Kliiu days in
the Keiinessce I Kentucky or Kennesscel
iiiountHius. The "painted suniiv shim
mering world" in early May serves to lo
cate Maurice Thompson's pair of old
hoys somewhere in the south, and tin
first part ut least of "Sister Dolorosa"
has a Kentucky background. "Thecyni-
cul Miss Cutherwaight" is ulouc anil
lonely in the north.
Without doubt the south is a rich fit-Id
for the novelist, and at present is lieing
TitK gallant achievement of that his
torical baud that marched up the hill ami
then inarched down again has been put
out of sight by the latest war move on
the part of the 1'nitcd Slates of America.
Col. Cody, "Buffalo Bill," went from
Chicago to Dakota to arrest Sitting Bull
and luad off those liidiiiuswlioareiiboul
to undertake the pleasantry of extermi
nating some 00,000,000 palefaces. When
but '.'0 miles from his prey Col. Cody
was interrupted hv un order from Presi
dent Harrison ordering him not to make
the arrest. The Colonel perused a pres
ident's messnge that was all his own and
took the buck track with agility. Mean
time the troops ure still "ready to move
at a moment's notice," and that's nlwut
all the war news we have at present.
Skckutaky of War Tracy's report is.
granted his premises that the 1'nited
Slates coast needs to be put on the de
fensive for war is possible at any time
a very able document. But when, in
drawing n vivid picture of what would
hapiicn if foreign nnd hostilcslups should
enter New York harbor mid proceed to
lay waste that city, he suvs that "the
ferry boats would ccusc to run," he goes
too far and upsets all his previous argu
ment. Anyone who has ever ridden on a
New York ferry boat would lie wiling to
sacrifice a great many of his wile's rela
tions if those monsters of ugliness and
inconveniences could Ik annihilated.
Skckktak Thacy soys in his report :
"Even when u II the shins now author
ied arc completed we should not have a
homing chance ngainst n resiectiiiile
licet ol loreign ironclads."
And wc cull go on building and build
ing and never have a "rcsiiectiihlc fleet of
ironclnds." Pile up billions iimiii millions
and at the cud what have we? A great
nuinlterof nntiqiiated war ship und a
few that arc lit for u fight. This is not
guess work; it is History, bvrry now
and then r.nglntid trots out u new war
ship only to find that it is sprained, bro
ken winded and balky besides. Then a
cold chill runs up mid down the rigid
British spine, nnd parliament votes $50,
000,000 for "repairs for the navy."
"What difference does it make if there
are live or six thousand Indians on a
reservation in Ariiona ?"
It's the Durham fllobe that asks this
question. The difference "it" may make
mar be foreshadowed by the difference
it made in 1N7H-HI when the White
mountain Apaches terrorized New Mex
ico and Arir.onn, from time to time,
killed scores of people nnd set those ter
ritoriesbnek in their advance towards
prosperity at least three years.
In tins issue will be found nn npicul
signed by Mr. J. S. Carr, president of the
North Carolina veterans association
The npienl will commend itself to the
women of Asheville and Tint Citijkn
will be glad to do whntitenn to forward
this matter. Who will at once move in
To Whom II May Concern.
I'rnm the Durham Oluhe.
If a man takes a newspaper he is mor
ally obligated to pay lor It. If lie Is a
dead-beat and not legally worth the stilv
script ion price an tditor should have
more sense than to trust him. This
whining method of doing newspniicr
work make people tired. If a man
wants navy benns let him go buy them,
but for the dignity the newspaper busi
ness should huve, don't cry aloud through
your columns for them. If a man owes
you and refuses to pay, sue him,
Kidney affections of venrs standing
cured by Simmons Liver Regulator, J.
THE BOLDIKaVr) HOMK.
An Appeal For the Support That
Hliould Headlly be ulven.
To thv Ladies of Asheville.
The executive committee of the North
Carolina vet rans' association have estab
lished a "soldiers' home" at Raleigh. Al
ready the "home" has been oiiened and
several disabled worthy confederate sol
diers are being provided for. More arc
seeking to be admitted. The committee,
with an abiding faith in the love that the
good people of North Carolina
cherish for the old und dis
abled "conteds," have risked the
establishment of n "Home," relying upon
the generosity of n sympathizing public
to sustain it. 1 do not liclicvc that the
committee have placed n false estimate
upon the uffeetions of the iieoplcof North
Carolina respecting the eonicdcrutc sold
ii rs. In the hour of country's, need, they
left nil to follow her Hag. Now ii. their
distress I lielicve the good jicoplc of the
state will help to 'mamlain those
stricken anil diswSled in n cause
we all loved but wus lost. I
led tlint the interest of the "Home" com
mends itself to every one, but csiiccinlly
do 1 appeal to the women of North Car
olina to make the "Home" the special
object of their care. The "Home" has
no certain fund to rely upon for siqi
pnrt. We have laid the foundation
stone of the "Home" iihiii the loy
ally ol North Carolinians to thv cause
id' the noble nnd good, und with until
in Odd that He will maintain the right.
I aiim-nl especially to the ladies. Help
the "Home." (live some sort ol an enter
tainment, and send the proceeds tn Mr.
W, C. Striniacli, treasurer, Kaleigh, N.
C. Vou will Ir' most agreeably surprised,
I am sure, at the readiness which you
will liiitl on the pari ol the public tn en
courage and patronize yon. The ladies
ol Kaleigh and liiirhaui, ami may (ion
bless them, have already Ist'ii of most
substantial Uncut in this direction and
nluced the inaiiaL'cmeut under lastingob
ligations. Mnv 1 ask that the ladies of
shcville do likewise? Believing that
this aniieal will not pass unheeded, and
asking the blessing ol n triune Hod upon
til v and all who mamlcst an interest in a
cause that is near to every true soiiiiicrn
heart, 1 licg to, subscribe invsclt,
J. S. Cakk.
.V AV'A'77 t'.IA'ii..V.4.
oi don Womble, of Kaleigh, is dead.
Col. (ico. W. Collier, died at his home
in (iold.sboro, recently aged 00 years.
Dr.. I. S. Bell, a prominent physician
if Mali hews, died at his home there.
Monday of pneumonia.
Agent K. A. Williams, who has orders
for 7,000 negroes and who a month ago
asserted that he would take uwuy that
nuniU-r, cannot get seventy.
They had ice cream in Murphy the
ither night nml the able editor of the
Bulletin notes the fact as "additional
proof that our town is surely rushing on
Col. M. l-'ain is working indefatiun-
bly for the formation of n colony to so
journ for nil iiidcliuileseason in "Ictircy's
Hell, a paiiilullv secluded, hut well
known locality just licyond Snowbird
mountains not far distant trom this
place. Murphy Bulletin.
SORT II CAHtU.IX.l I-V1.KS.
Senator Vance stated that bad health
and urgent privule business, much to his
regret, prevented him from attending the
Kvnngelist Fife is now at I-ouisliurg,
where immense crowds are listening to
him day und night. He goes next to
Henderson on the invitation of the con
gregation of the I'roteslant Methodist
(ireensboro IVmucrnt: Rev. J. II. Lucy
for some time past pastor of the Presby
terian church nt Mcbane, has accepted
the call to Westminster church, Scuth
lircensboro, to succeed Key. I;. W. Smith,
who wns elected evangelist at the synod
The two young ladies, Miss Oclaviu
Uellons and .Nellie Irumplcr, who run
nwiiv trom their home in Salem two
weeks ago and bought a ticket to New
York, have Isx-n heard from at Cincin
nati. 0. Their reason for leaving home
is unknown to the public.
Sonic two months ngo the eldest son of
Kev. Dr. J. W. Carter, of Kaleigh, left
Wake l-oresi college secretly und wns
not iignin heard from till Monday when
his parents hearts were made glad by a
telegraphic dispatch from West Virginia,
saving that their son was there and was
Charlotte Chronicle: Dr. Paul Bar
ringer, of the university ot Virginia, gave
the North Lnroliua students in the uni
versity it dinner on thanksgiving day;
and they orgiiiiicd to look up the graves
and to prepare sketches ol the lives ol the
lallen heroes. Dr. Ilarringer will prepare
Kahili Fisher, aged sixteen, of Sa unison
county, presided nt the gland organ ill
I'.ilenlou street .M. I'., church at the s
vices Inst Sunday. He is iiliiul nnd is a
pupil of the deaf and diimbiind blind insti
tution here. His management of the
great instrument wns very good. Kal
Miss Lizzie McMurriiv, formerly ol
Durham, but now ol Kounokr, Vn., was
woiH'd by Mr. Lunkfnrd, of that city,
und had promised to give hun her hand
on the 3d of December. But n Mr. T hacker
had won her heart, and one day when
her parents were guarding the only en
trance to n house at which all were visit
ing Miss Lizzie niackeil her lace with a
burnt cork, borrowed the wran. nnron
nnd iKinuet ot tne colored cook took
market basket und walked briskly by
her watching parents in the Mireh met
her lover, and the two were soon driven
to a pastor s, where "the twnin were
made one flesh!
A stitch in time, Take Simmons I.iver
Kcgulator and prevent sickness.
A cream nf tartar haklna nnwder. If tuarst
of all In Iravenlna- strcnath. U. a. Govern
ment kcpnrt, Auaust 17, i HUB. luWilUdljf
To Insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in hv 10 o'clock a. m.
i Ih 'lisllaT Wliaii" 11 i3- " t"1"''"''' -' wwvV .iirt la.ltyXiwaai.JV.'- A'..alty.- iml
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1800.
a STSICTI.V IOTill fvji
MUIT1IU MMIIT MSDIOmf. Rijj
Prine. ONE Dollar
a. ' '
Tha majiirlly nf tlin JIUiif the human
boitj-arise from n ille'il Liver. Him
minis l.lv.-r ltiilnlr IiiihI" en the means
of ri'Miirlng I"""' people t" health ml
imppiiiMw by ulvuiE tliem "wOOiy
Liver tlmn Ul! oiln r uneiiej on earth.
Hr.BTn.tT y" vrr tik irm;ink.
W.A.r.LAIIt. J.V. Hhow.n.
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
W ii ii now ivmly, nml in
vito our frii'iiilK mid tho pub-
Mc JJI'IMTIlll.V to mil ami tx-
iiiiiinc tuir wt'll Ht'ltvtiil Htock
Wbirli w a iv offoriiigatrork
bottom pritvK. Unilt'i'taking
as i 11 II
a hihviiii icatuiv. i,ans air
tondttl day or night.
Tolcpliono, day 7", night 5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire muck ot
InctUfllnK line Itroochra, lluttons aad llracr
1-3-0 HE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
Krganllesa of cost, as we Intend la the lutun
to kcrp nolhlnii bat ootid (Sold and
tertian Mlver Jrwrlrjr.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main Hi. Aahcvlllc.
FAMILY 6R0CERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Hrem. Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala Aabevill, N.C,
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Aahrvllle, N. C.
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OFFICE OF THE
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init It And It la further
Krsalvrd, Thttt a Kprrlnl clerk tie drinllrd
tn arep the rrconlp o puIiih nptMitiB aa Iher
nrrtve, and that the NtandltiK ol each church
and iiarldh la puldiHhrd in our efdumns every
crk Und. Tttnt nil monlee o receiv d te
trKiitrd In the c hemical Natluna linnk,
NrwVorhrltv :trt l'vmrnt ol the
imhi to r mndr to any dt-Mnatrd p rly an
uiun alter Inn At. an the cmintcnn lie tniole,
hich will not le Inter thnn I'eli. H 4th.
All pine r of in.iHHMnhniil ant or over, on
tltr liMta of the crnMia of lHHO,are cschided
from the comirtilion.
Hiimplr coptra will he avnt free tn all nr
lira on apilltnlion, and alliirtiilonirrtnin
init t thr ttltove ortrr thccrtully nnnwvrrd.
liy onlrr td the Hoard.
mt klCKM MlNTON.aecretary
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
In 1 tfl IImm. IlknMl rla.
I'n-Tpnu Itirlrlura. domains nn
nrrld nr nolMinnus sntmtsnrf., sn4
I. (i.arai.iM'd .iHluU ly ImrinlrH,
I. nrrarrlliril h phy.lrlnna and
rrf-oininoru oy arnvai.ia. rr.ca
IV drtltf !(..
Sold liydruasl.ta. H.ara of Sub.
HUM a ALU II V
RAYtOR A SMITH, alMFVtt.lt. N. 0
UyJ!lSJ Homes r""1"1"1"" J&Jt J&
FREE TO JAN. I, 1891.
mmr i nrattnaiaia wk. win t mm mt ikis n wi.k bbbm.
mrm bbb II. fl Mb nml mr si n shsub Orsar r itnlinl Lmwr mt mm r mm will arad
THU YOUTH'S) COMriajioN rtMM Jaasarr. 1MI. nlkr. Pall Vaar frsai ikalJIa.a.
Tkl. asr la.la.aa Iba rift Poll n 1,1 MOLIDAT Hf'Siaiiasj ssr Tkaakwlel.s. CkriMaraa,
w T Bar's, Malar aad fsankMalr. aa. all Ik IHaMrals4 Wsshlr k.bbI.bibbib.
t ilaaVan, TMI VOWTM't COMPANION, Tamsls Plass, lHBtsn, M.Mk
IGLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Patener Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. 0.
A mnrlrrn flrt ela.n hotel. Hot and cold water anilHhath. and t.Mlet. on eeery fleior.
..." "Lon.c!T! ' .. '" , Krr In offln and urate. In lied room.. Office. ntni
room lunch eounier, ciKar und new. .laud
trie .trcct car. pan. noor every i njinu., - ,
ltd minute, for mral..
RATliS, (i.oo PF.R DAY.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. BRIAN and WAI.TKR CWKKW, ClgrltB.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO
SMITH & KOLLINH, Proprietor.
Tn the TiiIhui-u I'lnutera of Wc.nm North I umlinn mid Hunt Tenuvec ;
Our innrket has fullv nia-nrd nnd prlee. an' iiinul. mavinlly oa oniinon kiiiiIcs, anil
iidviM' rnrly tilpmcnt'. on all ci.iiiniun Kniitca. IIiivIiik the lnrKc.t, In-.t liKhlrd warehouw
in Western Ninth enroll"... nnd comiilnil eniployea. e Kunriinlrc niitWiu-lli.il. Thanking,
you Tor niHt pHlronuiir nml luipitui lay hard work anil lair ilen nin, wc arc, your, truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for lot Purity.
Wc deliver to nil part of the city our own llottllnit 1.x purt Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
tiur liccr I kept nt a tentprrtiture of 40 tlrgrrca and wc Runrautec you a fmdi article at
nil time. TIIK TKAUK KUI'PMKh PKllM
v WINE AND .. LIQUOR . STORE
IN THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. 4. SS Astui'ARnT. M'ar'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
Attheville, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Special Sanitarium Tor Dlneaiiea of the Lung and Throat.
Fine. nnr. t.rinlilnK water from M"untntn
now:, with dty main.
I'erfect .v.lem of llvait
.trictly nM-ptlc. Mot Wntrr llentlnic Hv.ti-.n
trie and Hteam Hath, and ihmcne.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
HfliCIAL I HUT WllliN NKH1.K11.
lnfr..ional wrvlc. optional with patient., and at moderate rate..
I 'rice, for Hoard and Kooa. sm .1(1 to 111. per week,
1'ur particulars, addrr..
The Oally Newopapcr Kent.
The ilnilv iii'WHpiijM'r in tin
I kit of all tKlvt'i-tisinK mctli
uiiih, providing: it in pnnK-i ly
umhI. AdvcitiHin in dnil.v
llif uiMr ik' li
rii'll.v to tlin pur
cluiHor day aftor dny "
and niv.'M 8liopMi'H
and puri'liiiHiM'H llii-ir
mi'ii'iintilo iiowh tlii'oiiuli tlit
nd vert iHiiijj; i'oIiuiiiih, just ns
tln.v )?iv tin1 iiifvvH unit
tr IIii'oiikIi tin' t'llitoritil tol
uiihih. 11. W. Oit.
7 Fallon Avenue.
OUGHT, SOLO AND EXCHANGED.
Real Kutate. House to Rent.
C. Fa RAY,
Member American Ticket limit cm Ammk'd,
NO MOUTH MAIN WTHHMT.
Coplei and Bsantlhil Calandw
ol diss M mtfi
fJr frt." fr-Ts 1r''ijimMmTA'ta:irw-
and bar and i.llll.rd mom '""""'';
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
ttprlnn.. anil connection, for llome.tlc pur-
I'luml.inic and HeweraKe. Iloui
VON RICK, HI. IK,
Aahcvllle, North Carolina.
caution Vijsrsa a
ha. kla mmmt a.a arte Mamaed fcasiaas.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Fin Catr aad la. Wumml Oral a.
I TM (limes aad Wftariaf aaallllMar Mil. BV
raaaa. b. u..u Mhiih than liy to. alrona Bail
l Bwalaaf lu Ihnaund. ut cn.it.nl waaram
lu bimm mom favontbtr rmtvMl mtujn mtrodiiJ
tuttl Ut ttwnl ImneorefMrnta mmk IkM mmmtem
lo mmj ikatt md ai ibwrn prkwe.
nam row imw. moa ir m eanw
W. C ItMUULAa raaalBa, Mmm.
WEAVER SI VERS.
ANHW till nil, earrft.lly prepared by lead
Inx memlien. of Ihr AnheTille hr, (on
flnr.t pnrchmrnt anil heavy flat papcrl. Co..
erlna all aece..anr Milat., u.t out and now
on .ale at the oflfce ol the M.Nnoi.r.M Kmub
I'l'lil.l.niaii Co , No. North Court Hquarr.
lili vatora, lilcetric l.iuhu anil IWIIs, open Hire.
' WL naaalaa llaailwd. aa Hh.ii. aa4
rthaV At s nnnulavr nrbtjL