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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1890.
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THURSDAY, DIXIJM lllvK , IHllO.
A Rome, Ga., dUpntch snys:
"Suspended from h trestle, wild a plow
line around his neck and several bullet
holes through hia body, n bit; black ue
Kre was found near Koine this morning.
Who the negro wits or where he i from
it a mystery 10 tor, ns nuliody know
Knetnmjj about it. 1 lie coroner a jury
i-oum ascertain notnuiK.
GeorRiu is anxious juat now, us nil the
southern states lire and should lie, to
attract emigrants. We suggest that
huge posters be printed containing the
inducements noted in the Rome dispatch
and distributed over the country. What
a rush they would start towurds Geor
gia! How attractive would they lie to
the homst farmer, the provident mo
chamc, the capitalist, the manufacture
in other states.
This negro was probably hnnged for
what a court would have declared, had
it been consulted, as, according to the
laws, it should have been, was sufficient
cause; and we may lie sure polities had
nothing whatever to do with the ense,
Hut Judge Lynch, while fatal, is by no
means always certain, and the intending
settler in Georgia may reflect, "they
might make a mistake with me at the
end of the rope. I'll stay where I am."
This would be doing the south a great
injustice, but it would be simply one in
justice founded on another. Negro Ivncb
ing is wrong whether done in Michigan
(as it has been) or in Georgia or North
Carolina. The law aside, self-resiect
aside, all concern for the brutalizing in
fluence of such nn act as Ivnchingiguoreil
there yet remains the force of the argu
ment that, as a matter of xilii-y mid sell
interest merely, these negro lynching
sbuuld be stopped.
The Araerlcnn Farmer.
President Polk spoke at the national
alliance meeting, nt ikrnlu, Tuesday ol
tne degradation ol the American farm
er." Surely this is not meant to lie tu
ken seriously. The "degradation" of the
most independent calling in existence is
not visible to the naked eve ami we do
not believe it occurred to Col. Polk as he
rode through the thriving and rich agri
cultural districts, of North Carolina.
South Carolina und Georgia in hisKicciil
train, ns the rewrtcni have called it
Such phrases tend to make ilnpiearthut
Col. Polk is rather nn agitator lor the
sake ol keeping up an organization that
helps to aiipiHirt him than the interlude
of a great movement to lietter the con
dition of u class that deserves the liest
the republic has to give.
It will beof great interest to note what
liSMisal the convention makes of Col
Polk'a recommendation that the nn
tional president and the presidents of the
state alliances together compose n nu
tionul legislature to procure reforms
through state and national legislation.
The objection to this occurs at once that
it forms a very tuiwieldly piece of ma
chinery which would have to lie mini'
aged with great skill und judgment or it
would attempt to go farther than the
alliance as a body would ratify. We
have ulrcudy seen tendencies in this direc
tion by sonic alliance lenders.
Chicken) and MldewalkM.
It may teem harsh to fine a merchant
for taking up part ol the public aitlewalk
with his goods, but the luct is that if he
may legally appropriate one foot of our
narrow walks, bringing that much dis
comfort to passers by, he may withcqiuil
legality take two or three and finallv
crowd the pedestrian off into the road
altogether. It is a fact that few ternons
whose trade is worth having arentlract
ed sow-n-days by seeing merchandise or
groceries of any kind under foot on the
sidewalk or where thc may be Mured
by clouds of dust and worse. Cleanliness
and neatness are fur more ntttactivc to
the average buyer thnn cabbage and
chickens on the public walks and grime
on show windows, counters and floors.
Pkksidknt Hakkmon'i message con
tained one item of news:
"It being evident that the minister, Mr.
Miiner, had exceeded the liounds of his
authority I was constrained to
disavow Mr. Miincr't act and recull him
from his Kst."
The Citizkn makes it part of its busi
ness to note the iniortniit news of the
day, but it appears that the president got
uhcad of us in this mutter. When was
Mr. Miiner recalled ?
Onk time and another we have rend
some scores of volumes ol comment on
minister in and out of Militics, but in
on sentence printed recently Dr. Tnl
tinge came nearer the marrow of the
subject than any one whose remarks we
have seen. He said; "I have ns much
influence with my oplc after election
as before election, which I would not
have if 1 took 'the stump."'
Wk printed the message in ten columns
if small and solid type. Chattanooga
And very poor judgement you showed.
Not one out of 100 of your readers read
By the war; what about that West
ern North Carolina fair ?
A mmnlr Dooms Btoauiti
Prom the Durham Oloh.
Tim AsMBVILLK ClTUKN rousts the
managers of the opera house at that
place for encouraging cheap-john shows.
It is not the manager so much as It is the
depraved tastes of those who patronise
thecbeapconoent which visit Ashevillc.
The editor of Thi Citizen fails to see any
historic talent ta the tea cent red-fire con
cern, and be wants something better.
This 1 eminently proper.
Where Will Uould atop If He Has
Prom the HprlnRHctd Republican.
Railway interest havebeeneonveiging
on a stupendous scale during the week
and month. The Ooulderowtl have added
to their control of the Missouri Pacific.
Texas Pacific mid Wabash systems, ag
gregating 12,107 miles, thccotitrolof the
I'uion Pacific of 8,07 miles, the control
of the Richmond Terminal system of
about 7,000 miles, and the control of the
coniH'ting transcontinental Pacific Mail
company. They will work the Missouri
Pacific in alliance with the Atchison of
11,000 miles ami in harmony with the
Southern Pacific of 7, Km miles. Tin
I'nion Pacific will lie operated under
standingly with the Rock Island of Loin
miles and the Northern Pacific of
miles, now supposed to lie controlled by
the Rockefellers. The Richmond Terminal
will seek alliance with the Louisville and
Nashville of 4,000 miles, the Chcsnicakc
and Ohio of 1,000 miles and the Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis
of a 000 miles.
Here is a railway stretch of over 00,
000 miles or nearly one-half of the total
mileage of the country, which has in the
last few days lieen gravitating toward
one harmonious management ; mid if the
Vamlerbilt interests, aside from tile two
last named systems, can also lie worked
hand-in-glove with the mounter combina
tion outlined, ns is reported will lie the
case, we have some l'.'.ooo or l.'i.ouo
more miles of road to add to the total
making nltf gcthcr about one-half of the
whole railway mileage of the Puited
Slates united in some degree of harmoni
No game of such astonishing propor
tions was tver played in railway history.
Its moves were the locking up of all the
cash the Gould manipulators could com
mand, estimated at SI!), (UK), (Mill; the
consentient tightening ol n money mar
ket already tight, the depression ol
prices before rapidly falling from other
causes, and the scoop of coveted profier-
ticsa. panic hgures with the money held
buck ut the start.
TNK M'KIKLM' IIII.l..
A Maniple of What It t an Io If II
Has a Chance.
Prom the 1'ottiiviMc Courier.
The Associated Press sent the Chron
icle this dispatch:
"Lascastkh, Ph., Nov. ys. 1 he Sale
Harbor rolling mill has shut down Inr
an indefinite period. About 175 men are
thrown out of work."
Here is ail industry around which the
Mckinley bill, the consummation of all
that could advance the interests of the
laboring masses, had thrown its pro
teetiug arm, closing down and throwing
into idlenesss anil iHivertv, at the liegin
uing uf winter, some ooo ile-mleul men.
women and eiitldreu.
Industries like this had appealed tor
untaxed raw malerials, and they had
pointed out that the tarill on ironorcilid
not benefit the miner, tor he oulv not
eighty wr ninety cents a ilav. but their
aiK-al was denied, and now it luiscloseil
down indeliiiilclv and the reason will
not lie difficult to discover.
Prices have lieen advanced bv the M
Kuilcy bill : the home market has Ikcii
kept, it is I rue; but there isn't anv work
and soon there wont lie any money togi
into the market with.
Hut let us give the bill a chance.
There In a Mub-TreiiKurv Hill anel
a Hub-Treasury I'lan.
Prom the KiiU'IkIi Inlelluirtlccr.
Information from the most reliable
source has reached lis that Senator Vance
will in all probability I renomiii.iled in
the democratic caucus bv acclimation.
and that in any event there can lie no
doubt of his triumphant re-election
There is a dillereitce between the sulv.
treasury plan mid the nib-tiensury bill.
failure to unserve the diltcrcucc has
loubtless given rise to much iiiiuceessary
opposition and bitterness of speech
Hie sub-treasury bill is now Inline
congress. It is only a part of the
sail-treasury plan, and the two should
not lie confounded. Senator Gordon is a
strong advocate of tliesub-trcasurviilaii
Senator Vance is in favor ol the sub
treasury plan. I le is lullv in accord with
the aims and purHises ol the alliance.
THE LA TI-ST M-: S
i-nom south cakousa
The colored alliance has now 1.00(1
(Mill nieiniiers. I Here arc over l.'.ooo in
The report of Col. I'aison, president
of the bourd of (iciiitciitinry directors,
will show that the penitentiary is more
Superintendent Croswell. of the
Southern express company, testifies that
it holds taxable property in North Caro
lina wortn only $.,ooo.
Stephen J. Daniel, a worthy Greene
county Innncr, committed suicide bv
shooting himself through the heart with
n revolver. He had been unfortunate in
business iiffuirs. lie leaves a wife and
six or eight children.
At n recent meeting in Chicago of the
Indy managers ol the World's Pair, the
nnihenl Mrs. Chas. Price. of North Caro
lina, was presented for third vice presi
dent, bv Mr. Stone, of Mississippi, and
she wits elected to that position l)v nccln
mntion. Shaw university has celebrated its
Itinrter centennial. The institution was
estnlilishcri in imiid, ny Kev. nr. II. ai.
Tupper, who is still president. The uni
versity is munaged bv the Ilaptists, and
ha SO students, both sexes being neurlv
Corn Davis, colored, postmistress of
Halifax, was arrested and brought to
Weldon recently. Mrs. Dnvis was found
to be hort in her accounts with the gov
ernment some time ago, und she and her
husband, II. b. Davis, were given until
Tuesday to make good the shortage.
Failing in this the husband skinned, The
commissioner set the trial for the 10th
Raleigh News and Observer: Drop
ping into the court house, one going to
sec the register of deeds would find a one-
legged man, and sitting by would lie Ins
chief clerk, n one armed man. In the
clerk's office he would find the deputy a
one-nrmed man ; and up in the office of
superintendent of public instruction he
would also find a one-nrmed man, while
as he goes out be would bid farewell to
the janitor, who still hears in his ierson
a bull received in battle. Is there any
other court house in the state t hut makes
such a good showing ?
Gen. Cadmus M. Wilcox, who was
injured in Washington by tailing into a
trench there a few days ago, is dead.
Gen. Wilcox was born in North Carolina,
and after graduating nt West Point, he
served through tlie Mexican war, and on
the breaking out of the war of the rebel
lion, he resigned his commission snd was
appointed colonel in the confederate
army. In 1HH6, he was appointed chief
of the railroad division in the general
land office, and recently has held a posi
tion in tbe war department.
Tllli NEW VXVKKSSIOX OF faith,
About two hundred of the most das-.
tingiiislied Huplist minister of the
United Slates recently assembled in the
city of Ilrooklyn to discuss the doctrine
known as the iirc-millciiuial coming of
Christ. These gentlemen were not "Mil
lerites," setting dates, nor vet "Adven
lists" in the common acceptation of the
term. They were not seeking to foiiui!
a new church, nor yet promulgating
new "ism," but were earnest llible stu
dents representing among their sK'ukcrs
the U'sl the most orthodox ministers ol
their own eoiiimiiion. Their view that
the advent of Christ will Is? prc-millen
nial, is shared by iiiiiulirni in other pro
testant lU'iioniiiialioiis, as was fully
shou'ii bv the sMini.it bv and interest ex
lend to litem by clergymen and iiiciiiIrts
of many dillcreiit eliuichcs.
The lollowing is nil editorial from the
X. V. Sun. showing the distinct luiprcs
siou made bv this body upon the secular
The llrouklvn conference ol Ilaptists
who are looking lor the second coming
of the Lord at an early day was brought
to a close last l-'riday night after having
Ih-'cii in session since 1 ucsdnv.
The prolouudcst interest in the subject
was exhibited by both Scnkcrsanduudi
ences. mid it was made manifest th.it a
large and aggressive party of the Hnp
tists ami maiiv member ol other chris
tian communions sympathize with the
liui iiose of the conference to spread the
hope ami conviction that the hosts ol
heaven are already gathering for the sec
ond advent. At the closing meeting il
was announced that two hundred pas
tors in various parts of tae 1'nion had
joined in the movement; that n licrma
iient orgaiiixaliou of prc-iiiilleniaiists is
to lie dueled: ami that an cx.'rienccu
man nt allans has taken chmgc ol the
treasury, o that money for I he great
camnuiun shall not Ik lacking.
The SHiiker declared with truth thai
liehel in the rsonal reupicaranec oi
Christ has lieen cherished Irom the Ix'gin
mag of Christianity, and that it was
strouuest ill the early duvs of the church
The first christians looked for the second
advent in their own tunc, und the conli
dent cMiectation induced ill theiil eon
tempt for the gains and pleasures of this
world. In their Ir'IicI, the King to whom
l lav owed spiritual allegiance tarried
only il little Ik lore coming in the clouds
to their rescue, and to bent down the
hosts of Satan bv whom they were hard
pressed. Stieakers nt the llrooklvn coir
Icrence likewise declared the honlcssucss
ol converting the world without the
actual presence and assistance of the
Lord as the ihtsoiuiI leader. Mankind
seem unheal so far gone in wickedness
that human ellort lor their rcloriiiation
must lie unavailing. Christ himself must
come nuain to set uiillislhroueon earth
Mi-u have carried knowledge of Him
throughout the world, and et heathen
dom increases lit a rate winch hems to
make imsssililc its conversion during
thousands ol vears to conic.
Canon Tavlor ol the churchol l-atglnud
has shown bv incontrovertible statistics
that w ith all the ellort mid cK'iiftC laid
out on christian missions, the increase
christian converts i only a trilling part
ol the mere natural increase of the hen
then. Meantime the spread of In-licf in
the new doctrine ol 'i second probation
must tend to chill the enthusiasm esuii
lial as a stiiniilu to missionary enter
pr.isc. In christian countries mid even
among the orthodox, universalisni is re
placing the old belief ill the terror ill
hell. I lie sensitive modern philanthropy
recoils from the teaching that nnvlsaly is
to lie doomed to everlasting sullcmrg. I
cannot hear to look on n dog in pain
and the goodness and loving kindness of
(mil seem to it so lotallv inconsistent
with the torments ol hell that it refuses
to ln.'licvc their ii lliclion possible. A
spirit of humanity has been generated us
a substitute lor the old religion oi law
and iK'Nidlv. eternal rewards and eternal
punishment. An implacable God seem
to it a hideous monster. The creation of
men predestinated to hell from In-fore tbe
iH'giuiiiug oi tunc outrages its sense ol
justice as dialiolic Hrt uilh hclptes
This sentiment, once denounced us the
cxpsessioii ol infidelity ntti! impiety, is
now prevalent among c ouuregntioiiiil
ists, Kiiiscotmliatl and Presbyterians,
mid it allcels, though to n less extent.
the Ilaptists themselves. It is tuiiioiilil
edlv bringing about a complete theolog
ical revolution, which must radically
truiislortn the motives and method of
religious effort. Philanthropic exertion
lor the amelioration of the condition ol
humanitv i totally different from reli
gious enthusiasm for the snlvntion of
souls and their rescue from the Humes of
hell. It destroys the animating force
upon wliicn C hrislianity has so long re
lied, uud siilmtitutesthe shadow of ethic
for the vital illumination ol religion.
It is manliest that the Ilrooklyn pre-
millciiuihsts regard tliismoiicrn tendency
a an obstacle in the way ol the conver
sion of the world, which makes neces
sary the SK-edy coming ol the Lord Him
self to give personal direction to the cam-
puign. They think it vain to look for
the bringing' of nil men to Christ before
the second advent, und heme thry are
pre-milleniahsts. So believing in the lit
end fulfillment of Scripture, thev de
nounce the present attempt to abolish
hell ns the latest work and one of the
most dangerous artifices of the devil, for
ever going about to deceive and destroy
men and undermine the labors ol the
true followers of Christ. Therefore they
cry out: "Lord, come quickly 1 And
the theological revolution now in pro
gress give them hoie that their npienl
is to Ik answered by theieedy npeiir
nnce of Christ. Wars, floods, earth
quakes, social nnd finnncinl convulsion
are for them presages of the second ad
vent,; nut the most convincing sign is tnc
present ieril of otlhodnx faith from ene
mies who have arisen nnd are multiply
ing in the very citadel of its defence. At
any moment theyexieet to c the cloud
part, to catch the sound of the awful
trump, and to discern the chariot of t lie
l.oru advancing through tne iingeiic
Thin we sec that doubt and ileum! are
serving to stimulate simple faith. While
modem llinnciil criticism is tearing tne
theory uf inspiration to pieces, there
arihes nn organized movement to
strengthen belief in the very letter of
scripture a the unalterable and Incon
testable word of God, nnd to bring buck
the church to the absolute luith of its
curliest days. Nor is this movement in
significant. Il has back ot it the enthu
siasm of t lie salvation nrnvjr, ol the Prot
estant evangelists uud revivalist gener
ally, of ninny of the Ilaptists, next to the
Methodists tne most numerous oi tne
Protestant communions of the union.
und uf multitudes of earnest believers be
longing to other denominations. The
cxiwctntion of the siiccdv advent of
cunst is also wundertully insuring to
the Mipulnr imagination. We shall rob
a lily hear more of this movement for il
has in it theeleincnts of growth.
The nir Thieves uot Awsy,
Prom the I'hllnileliihl Time.
The appslllna um of five million ha lieen
tolefl by foravra and emueisler Ib ttv dtjr
and Immedlnte vicinity within as many year,
and what ha been done aboat It t
Several of the small thieve have bees con
victed and sent to prlaon, bat, as a rale, the
thieves whose robberies reached or eaeeeded
aioo.uoo hava twapea tbs punishment of
A cream ot I'o-lnr bnkiiiK powder. Il-iihest
of nil in leavening strength 0. H. (.oiirn
nielli Heporl, Augiisl 17. IH Illl.vIMidly
W.A. liLAIU. J.V. UllOWN.
No. 3 Pnttuii Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo niv now rwnl.y, unci in
vite (Mir 1'i'ifinln mill the puh
lie n'oiii'i-nH.V to mil mid t'.x-
Miniiii' out well wIih-(m1 stork
Which wc iiiv oftVriiitfiitrnck
bottom priccH. UiKlertnkinir
ii HMH-ial fcntuiv. Calls nt-
tciiiliil ln,v or niji'lit.
Telephone, tiny 7", nin'ht 05
I5LAIU & BKOWN.
The entire mmk til
liichtihiiK tinr ItriHHhm, tttttmi und Hrttcc
1-;H NE-THIRD 0FF.-1-8
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ti kevp nnihtiiif Imii Hiitht (iolil'nnil
tttcrltnu 8ilvt-r Irwtlry,
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I FiniNIS IFWFI FR
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Mouth Mnlii (it. Anhevllle.
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MchI Ktttate. IIwuhch to Rente
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Olvinti thr latest (nfurmntltm with reKHru
to thr rii-thltmi, Ita nunivroua IHutrNiinH,
fimlilon-itlnira, ml imttrrnnhrcliiupnlrnirniH
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T II" jru have any Noae, Throat or I.uiik t
t n application I will m nil a pamphlet T
Uaeripllve uf Aahevlllc Hint uNu the in- T
T hallnK treatment irec with lit of qura- T
tli.na to lie anawmd l- the palienl T
Twhen onlerliiK Home Trentim nt. Thin T
T trtatment la as illtx'tlvc as the ortio
OI'I'ICIi-MI. M I'ATTUN AVKNI'II.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. I
DO NOT ! OR(ii;T
O N L Y
Strictly In Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
S'lid One Dollnr niui miow
your Miilmcript ion nt itin.
SKH'inl (')iTwioii(li'ii(8 hi
pvory HiH-l ioii of WcHtoni
N'oi tli Cnroliim.
In the State.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet ol' Central PuMscnge'- IJcpot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern first class hotel. Hot and cold
Klcct lie hrlla In every room. Open fire In
room, lunch counter, drnr and news stand
trlt street cars pans door every SO minutes.
UO minutes mr mrals.
RATIS8, $a.oo PER DAY.
A. O. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. . HK VAN Rtiel WI.TKR I.RtCKN, ClerfcH.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOUACCO,
8IHITH & ROLLINS, Proprietor.
To the Tolinixo I'lnnUm of Wtnlern Nurlh
Our market tin. fully oeiiiil mill irli-e lire
advise enrly .hipiiirnU on nil vi.ninmn Krnilin. Ilnvinu the Inruist, lust IikIiImI wnrvhuuae
In Wentern Noilli enroll a. nnil enim elenl emplove., ne Kimriintre .nllKliu llmi. 1'hiinlilnu,
you lor pint pairomiKe und hiiiinji ly hnrd work nnd liiiriliu Iiikh, we lire, your, truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLiT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World
We deliver to all parts of the city our own Hotlliuu lixporl lUxr at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
our iM-er la sent at a tt-mncrnturc of deimcs and we uuarantre vow a fnnb arlua; ai
all timea. Till! I KAMI SI'I'I'Lllin l'KDM
i nn iriiHnu
. WINE AND . LIQUOR . STORE
IN THK 8TATK.
FINK SAMPLK AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. a. si a seoi' 4 m nT, sta"r.
-I OR BALK BY-
Atihcville, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Hpcclnl Haiiiturluni lor UUcaHCS or the Luiik mid Throat.
I'lnr, nurr UrinliiMK water from M"unluln KprliiKD, nnd eonmvtiimi. for liinetle nr-H,-.
with rttr nimn I'rrtit t vkiciii of H vkIc, I'lumlilnK und ttewrrnur. llone k. .t
trlilly ioh'IIII.'. Hut Wnl.r llrutiiiK Syntrin nnil ThnroiiKh Vinlilutloii Hot, t old, lliv
Mr nnd Hlraiu lliithn nnd Ixnu hr. lilrviitora, Ulvetric LiKhu nnd Itrlla, Ik u Hire..
HI'liCI.M. HIIIT WIIIIN MiliHUI).
I'rofrMliinul aervlei a optional with paUvnt., and at modrratr rate..
I'rlcea for Monrd und Room
lor lutrtlvuliin., nddrc..
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL.
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Alau, lahle lwar.l -r. can l.e aecommodaud.
.I.H'k n. ,n until lUo r m-kn m
Am ireiured lortntrrtuK 111 .hortcat notice
u i. a.k ,nr t""l a rtiem. Am proud to ... I have the -e.t, larr-
oa the Hall ahcll. I'ollte aud atwnUvc waller. I'lrnard to srrvr nil. Krapivtfu It.
die 4 die
OFFICE OF THE
BIBLE HUllS1", ASfl R PLACE, NEW YORK.
RliHOM'TIONOH THK COAKIKlr' IIIRUC-
l'l lll.l(lll0 COMI'ANV
aaaei Oct, Ul, I MU0,
Whrretl. It I. oar .It.lre to laeeaaM thp r4.
ulntloa ol our Weekly N.a. yuiilu
" ... " ,,. w i i , ana
Uhervaa, Mane of our pulrona hav. re
ijue t.d tia to arranee our .ulm-rlptlnn Hat
ao that the itiiuniia lo , u.unll . allowed Hull,
arrlittlon Aurnu inuv dlruiilv brnetlt i.m..i
vharltl. ., Il la '
Keaoiveil. Tnilt we donnte the sum of
.i.iHHi in ca n to tne enurrh of any denomi
nation In etu'h and I verv Hint, actliiu our
nuiiacrtptioa AKenl, tmtl may send a. the
iatBT'1 numner oi auiiaerioera. Tina flonn.
Hon I. aia.le to tbe eucceaeful rottiiietltor for
nr 1'iirpoec oi iiaying on ilelil. on thrlr
. nurcn. mr l.urcmialnu- new nltur lurnllure.
fur Hundav mhool and uih.r l'nrlsb pur.
rrovMiro, lai. All anO'Cnpilona to tnr
J'KTK.T. I AHKR I Alt lie llir O.IV V..r. (l.lll
lor In advinie.', and hmnli-d In Iwl ween Nov
I, mini, nnd Jan ill, Iniii, und. 1 here
ntnat lie at Icuat ten enmurtlna rliunhi-a In
eioli -in.'', nnd ho,.ld ii'riv not Im at Irnat
trn comiieilnK enunhcaln aalui.', the money
p.ild In lor auliacilpllona hy re.l.ient. of that
aiali- will Ih rcttirncd lo tin Hurtle, an ...v.
Ina II And It la further
Ki.alvcil, Th it a .iw III ilrrk Ih drlallnt
In k Vi the ncorda ol auliacrlptlon. aa they
arr.ve. and Ihnl the alnndliiK ol riirh chunh
.mi piiii.n ne piiiiiiaiicii in our olutnn. every
neik. Ullll. Thill nil ntnnlf. . mi ni4.lwil t
drfn altid In the i hrnilval Nntlona hank.
" voraoiv nm. I'liymrnt of th. St..
Mill to lie inmlc to any ddunatrd OHrtv
nun mlrr Inn. HI, aa the count ran lie rnsde,
m,ii nm nti, ii.irrin.1 rco. 1.1. ain.
111 iiiae a or io.imio mnniilianu or over, on
he linala ol thv cenaua of lHMit. are ..cIuHm.
Irom thr conitelltloa.
Multiple coplr will lie sent free to all par
Mr. on atil'llcatliin. anil all iiui.a.lnM. iwrlal.
In to Ihr nliove ofler chceriully pnawcred.
.ijr imirr oi inr rionro.
MAUHICUM M I NTON, secretary.
Lest maahuodi early decay, etc., etc., can se
cure a koni treatise fret, by addcraalBg a fel
low saAVrtr, c. W LKKK.
1. 0. Dos 81S, Roaaoa, Vs.
water andllhaths and toilets nn every floor.
office and urate in lied rooms. I -dice, dining
and bar and hllllnrd room on first floor. Klcv
Richmond and Danville railroad eating house,
Cnrollnn and Hiwt Tcone".
Rood, eiei'loll.v on v.nini" kmiUk. anil
Over for I1m Purity.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. M. n
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
ai j nn to ala ore unl
KARL VON RICK, M. D..
Anhevllle, North Carolina.
BOARD BY THE MONTH, WEEK OR DAY.
Hlreet vara iiau the door. Iiiiea Irom
for Home Parties, Ball., cte. All I ask la a
K. HTRACHes, Prop.
Vay ilUn waeraatej, aa .very pair
haa kla aaaae a.asrtc. MaanM-d aa kselaak
Y. L. DOUGLAS
riaa Calf aad Laws Wal.esrawf drala.
TK. .MallMaa - - 1 1 1 1 . . .
aannot b. belter abiiwn than tie th. armu
of Me Uxiuaaiid. oi cuuUnt aann,
.5 iniNualTrd fiie Mrk) and aunlTiilty.
B340 Mimi Wed la taa anamal Snas
fallreaiaa'a rtkaa ai a.n laafls sdlsHS
.11 ..-,- --iiaialsss.
f3 & 2 SHOES ttfllg
B.e. baaa moat favtmhly raraleed alow BMoS
and tha recent Impmeemenu nuaa laeak BBBl
. ,17 . pneaa.
Saet Ui faetnrr 'anXala( adeaeuaai'lifiaT mi
wTll ijluVaLAs Mcsafclss. Haas.
FOR SALB BY
AVE AVER WYEHH.
TTTHE BEST KNQVYW RFMFF1Y.
! U.U.C.o Uiirns "
iw.;!. EV'' lthour.la.
Pfwnla SirhMiira, Contains ao
aorld or polaonoua snlwtsnoM, and
1 ln.';l',l,nriiKKl"tfc llawaraaf Sua.
astlinl .Aeninf'hnmnniiit ni.
PUR SALU BY
RAYtOR IMITM, ABHIVIUI, N, 0.
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