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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRLDAV EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1800.
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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
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THB DAtl.Y CITKKN
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1HU0.
Tbe Commit Convention.
This is the 5th day of Tefemlwr, imil
on the 17th, nut now n fortni(;lilotV, will
meet here the IttrKcst unil must impor
tant convention, in gome rcsiiccts, ever
held in the Stnteof'NtirtliCiirolinn. Hen
in our little mountain city will iisscnililc
the accredited dclcKatcs from nil the
Southern and Western States, with rep
resentative's from nenrlv nil the Stairs in
the I'nion interested in the natural tlc-
vclopmcnt of our section ; nut with mill
elfish, sectional view, but with
heart timl mind oh.-ii to the unstinted
share anil participation of the who
I'nion. For it is believed by the pn
niutcrs of this convention that what
enures to the yooil ot the South, enure
practically to the nuod of the wltol
American continent. We proiiosc to act
on the broad gem-ruus principle of a
Atnericiin poet whose name may lie for
uotten.but whose scntimcnlisimmortal
"No pent up t'tica connnea our power :
The whole unbounded continent in oura."
If natiounl legislation in the past lias
lieen unfriendly to the sout h ; if it has bur
dened our agriculture and oprcsscd our
commerce; if it has priieticiilly closed our
ports by leaving them cxHiscd to the
tructive agencies of natural causes, or.
with jealous apprehension, has laid them
open to the incursions of possible ene
mies, we intend to prove to the con
science and sense of justice ol the world
that we are entitled to national consid.
erntion ; and if that lie not given, we will
take such steps as natural rights sug
gest to better our condition by the adop
tion of such course as conditions
prove as just, proicr and feasible
Shall we neglect our own Hrts niul
deny encouragement to our own
shipping when thev may present to
commerce the readiest channels fur the
conveyance to markets more convenient
to us than the distant and artificial de
pots which custom and laws have desig
natcd as the regulated points for the re
ception and distribution of the cotton
the rice, the tobacco, the sugar, the tin
disputed arbiters of Aniericiin commer
cial fortune ? And when to those we add
the coal and the iron, the timber, the
lumber and the naval stores, in the pro
ductionof all which the sjuiIi in sonic
holds ubsolute supremacy, in others, is
acquiring notable prominence, we shall
sec that what the convention has
hand meets the approval of tbe sections
primarily involved ; and also secures the
cooperation of that section ulong, und
west ol, the .Mississippi. The improve
ment ot Galveston harbor, the improve
ment to those of Mobile and I'ensacola,
ure not things of sectional consideration
lor docs not, through these ports, ex
tend that great line of dcveloit-
incnt in the direction to with
western, as well us southern, trade
is drawing with increasing attraction ?
What our commercial relations with the
Mcxicun states, with Central America
with the West Indies, with the llnuils,
with the Argentine republic arc to-day
are trilling in comparison with what
they will be in the future magnified con
unions oi southern anil western develop
ment. It IS wise to consider thesclhiiigs;
and especially wise in the south to under
take hit deliverance from the commercial
and industrial tutlcagc to which she has
so long patiently subjected herself, lin
ing what she proposes to do, she aims
not at independence, but at cipialitv
gaining which, she cnlorccs a resjuct and
controls an influence denied her while she
submissively tics herself to the chariot
wheels of a hostile and selfish policy.
We propose simply to be joint heirs to
the paternal bencliccncc ol our free iuili
If the democratic party with about the
same number ol voters in the district, as
the republicans huve, can supMirl four
iMilitknl papers at Aslicville, und two ol
them dailies, it is a pity, indeed, if the
republicans cannot supiort one. They
should try it on at all events, and if thev
fail, then they ought to give up business,
ii lid retire permanently. Webster llenild.
we snowa nave world ol lun with a
republican wicr in Aslicville. We had
some with the defunct Farmer und Me
chanic. By the wav, if the republicans
could support one piiier why didn't they
support that ? It is not many days since
Tin Citizkn met a man in this city who
hnd paid for the Farmer and Mechanic
three months in advance. He was look
ing for some one to return to him his
money, not huving received the piiier
mure than few times.
The following is from the Chicago In
ter-, rccun .
"There Is an effort in North Carolina
to use the Farmers' alliance to defeat the
re-election ot Senator Vance. North Caro
lina has no democrat so experienced in
national legislation as Senator Vance.
Beside that, be is among the most pop
ular oi inc souincm senators.
Th Citizkn doesn't see the Inter
Ocean, but it will risk a live 'possum on
a friendly wager that the paragraph
quoted did not appear in the Inter-Ocean
Octavin Williko and Nellie Cramp-
too, two young girls of Covington, Ky.,
who left their home a year ago, have
been found by their relatives in Chicago.
Their parents chased them all over the
country and spent $5,000 in their search.
There was and perhaps is an old fash
ioned form of home punishment that
would seem to 6t the crime la this case.
A Oood banquet is a good thing at any
time, A street paving banquet In Ashe
vllle after the bricks just put down have
worn satisiactoniy net yean will be a
banquet thai will celebrate really re
markable event. May we all be there I
The Chicago Tribune publishes the fol
lowing account of a movement of first
importance to all women :
"A month or two ugo there was incor
porated under the slate laws, an asso
ciation to be known as the Bvnuston co
oierative house keeping association. The
plucky charter incmlicrs were the follow
ing Indies; Mrs. Birncy J. Moore, Mrs.
ohn It. Kirk, Mrs. Marshall M. kirk
iniin, Mrs. Hugh A. White, Mrs. John
Quiiiliiii, Mrs. Chiis. Ikvring and Mrs.
Wm. Ilohiliird. These ladies, tinder t In
spirited leadership ol Mrs. It. J. Muorc as
president, have at last secured the fifty
families necessary to .raise the $!i,ini0
which will lie put into u co-nierntivc
house-keeping plant, including a kitchen
and laundry, lincli family has suliiii-rilR.il
lor four shares ol capital stock at .-." a
"The ladies have secured a substantial
brick building lit No. 711 Davis street.
the central part of Fvaustou, and this
now in the throes of a general recoi
struclion inside an aggravated case i
house- cleaning. Large Hues are lieiug
built preparatory to putting ill
ranges anil the laundry apparatus iicce
sarv to do the cooking and washing
lilt v families. And the Troy lainal
company will put in the laundry pi.
with iill'thc modem appliances.
"Since the plan was lirsl talked of til
ladies ol the association have bail thii I
three applications lor the msiiion
Stewart, coming troni men in nil parts
the country. This is a sure sign thai tli
movement is ixiiiiii.it among a ccrt.t
class at least.
"The viands are-to lie prepared in tin
co-operative kitchen, under the stiK-
vtsti n ol thecltcl. hen ready they w
Ih- placed in a tin receiver, the aiuoiin
varying in accordance with the itecos
each family. These- till receivers are nun
to lit into a Norwegian kitchen, a eon
trivancc in the shade of ngalvaiiucd in
box. the hollow sides of which are Idle
wilh boiling water, thus keeping the
food hot while it is can led in iklivciy
wagons to the various houses. From
the tin dishes the soups and steaks and
sauces anil nil the other gootl things vi
lie transferred to each lady s ow n clan
which will lie washed at home as U-lore
"The raw materials for loud are to I
bouubt at wholesale. Then- will lie
considerable saving, too, in I uc I ami gas
tor the expense ol one large kitchen is no
going to lie one tenth as much as tha
of H It v small ones. I he wages of tnelv
cooks and assistants, together with ren
lud delivery service, the l.-ulics have tig
urctl at $571 oraliout t4 iwr wee
for each family's kitchen service. The
officers of the association, therefore, con
fulentiallv promised to set a tab'e that
will be up to the standnnl set nv I tic av
erage wealthy laniily ol l.vanston lor M
K-r week lor each adult ; a slight mine
turn will lie made lor clulilmi. . cam
prices will 1 prepared alter I he style i
a restaurant bill of faic, so that eac
familv call vary the cost and make-up i
its meals to anv desired extent.
The coHiiierulivc lauudrv, the ol be
half of the scheme, promises even more
rctnurkaiilc results, through it the In
tlies arc promised a total rebel from
wash dav. For the low pi ice of cent
is-r dozen pieces, counting shirts, collars,
cuffs mid children's dresses all alike, the
terrible dav known as" Mine Monday
is to lie wiwd from the Fvaustou calen
The mimlier of stiK-klioliU-rs will I
limited to lilt y. anil there will lie no el
tension ol the uumlH-r. lor the plant i
constructed lor only that mnnlicr nl' fam
ilies. Tin,- fact that the H-oplc among
the most prominent ill l-.vansion tloilo
consider this as merely an cxHniiiriil
evidenced by the tact that thev are put
ting S5imh into the machinery and gen
eral citiipmcnt. Mis. Moore, the presi
dent ot the association, has received let
lers Iroin as tar east as Buffalo und
tar west as Omaha, all inquiring about
the progress ol the movement, and unt-
lormlv expression the sentiment. II vim
succeed we arc going to try it. loo.' The
ladies exK-ct to have their Thanksgiving
dinner served under the new regime.
From the Mississippi While Ribbon.
gaining can uc ol more value to wi
men everywhere in America than tin- sue
cessful working ol a sthenic like the
above. It is emancipation for house-
kceiers, ami commends itself as much lor
economy us convenience. Any town
5,0011 inhabitants cun adopt the pin
more or less modified ; anil under such a
svstem mothers can devote themselves
to the development of the minds ami
souls of their children instead of wasting
themselves over merely Iccding anil cloth-
mg the IsHly. Our new civilization tie
mauds co-omratioti and machinery
simplification of domestic concerns, just
as it aiHiiisiied the hand-loom mm spin
ning wheel; any women will not Ik- slow
in organizing for mutual house-keeping
when once a practical plan is set in-line
On a small scale this same idea '
curried out on the grounds of the I'rcshv
ruin Northwestern university at Chicago-
It entered the liusy iirninol an iininarrieil
lady in one of the professor's fa in i lies
hut separate Housekeeping lor each pro
fessor's household was a waste of hirer
money. She took a vacant house on the
ground, hud the dining-room arranged
with alcoves, eneli large enough lor
luiuily table, which each family occupied
there was also n general table for those
not included in these families. The ex
pense ol living was pro-rated per capita,
and each family paid the energetic origi
nator of 'he plan accordingly. She also
established a laundry on the antne basis
lor nil the university, ana at last notice
co-oiwration was working smoothly,
Let every woman who lives on the
verge of lieiug turned of lied to get
breakfast, and who renhtes that she can
not be mother. Iricnd. playmate lor her
children, wife, church worker, neighbor-
other words "lady ' and chamber
maid in the same breath, set her wits to
work to see what can be done, for co-op
A Tra Bill Found Aaalnal a Can.
Prom the Wilmington Messenger,
In the federal court tins week a true
bill was found against Walker Taylor, E.
0. Parmclc, T. 0. Picket, William t'lrich,
M. McGowan. F. W. Manning. II. 8
Montford. and Will West, memliers of
the late canvassing hoard ol New Hano
ver county, for lading to canvass the
votenlCupe Fear township for repre
sentative in congress in the recent elec
tion. I his, It is claimed, Is in violation
010 of the revised statutes of the I'ni
This whole nroceedinir Is a tiieee of rad
ical deviltry set on loot lor the sole pur
pose ol hnrrassina and intimidating the
democratic canvassers who hnd the nerve
and honesty to reject the returns ot n
township in which a most outrageous
violation oi tne election law was the an ¬
A stitch in time. Take Simmons Liver
Regulator and prevent sickness.
THIS MHAXS ItCSIXHSS.
Irir Charlottc News: The shoe factory
in the tiuither block is now running at
its almost full capacity.
hnY-iicndcrson Colli Leaf: There
some talk of organizing a joint stock
comiianv with acnpitalstockof $10,000
tor the purpose of establishing a large
carnage works in iienucrsou,
tetVKutlierford Banner: The mush, door
and blind factory of L, Iv. I'owersis being
run nights whenever practicable. Mr.
Powers stales that he has all the orders
he can possibly till up to the first of Jan
Ira' Red Stit inus Fanner and Scottisli
Chief: KoUson county is visited every
,1,,,- l,v iiriiaiii-etinu land liu vers and tar-
inir:"iiiiie of them buying farms and
iiiovim their families thcie. It. W
Imviiscuil .V Co. are going to start man-
tilactiinug shingles hy the millions.
UiY Norl h Carolina has tweiity-unic
ciuar factories, which used -',-l'.".l,:
pounds of tobacco, ami made ILL'tlll.tUo
cigars and (ir.t.iulj.oliil cigarettes. I'w
hundred itiid tliiriy-luur tobacco facto
ries used UT.IM-.WIO pounds ol leaf to
Ii.i.vii. :I7I.75-' pounds of scraps, 115,
Ul'tl pounds ol stems, l,:i5l-,l:itl pounds
of In once, .iSN.Sl.i pounds ol sugar
:ts:i. Ill's iiuiiiids of oilier materials
inaiinlacturcil 1 7.:t'.L'.50li pounds ol
plug tobacco, l'.l.:i7L' pounds ol line-cut
chewing, 5, 1 !is,;i5,1 poiiuilr ol smoking
.VI.sc'N pounds ol suull.clc. Mumps vai
lied at jU.ulM.N-r.lil wen- nsiil.
rim i..n:sr xr-ws
I KuM .Vi'A'77 t'.lfv'O..V.I
Then- were only llnce ileal lis in Wei
don during the month of Novcinlicr one
white and two colored.
As n sample of what the I 'like- factory
isiloing. we arc pleased to slate thai
veslerilav thev slniiiKil li.H0.0iui cigar
ettes and II. '.'5(1 Hounds ol smoking ti
hacco. II this is not business what is?
Iiiirhani I'dolx-. A bad smell mainly.
The Baptist state mission board has
apHiiuteil out- hundred missionaries to
eairv on the woik in .Norm Larolina
Kev. J. I.. Lowe, ol KiH-kv Miniiil, is to
lake charm- of the Sunday School and
colMirlage work ol the Baptists in this
A Wcldoii dispatch savs: The gin
house on the state farm in Northampton
county was entirely dcstr'.ycil by lire.
together with forty bales ol cotton, fi.otiu
bushels of cotton seed, baskets, gins.
presses and fixtures ol every description.
Loss between J-o.ooo and i.outi.
The State Board of Agriculture has
adopted the recommendation ol the com
missioner ol Agriculture that the board
niunorahc tin legislature Inappropriate
$1'."i.oimi lor the purHise ot presenting at
the lolumlnnii exposition at t. Iitcago
complete exhibit ol North Carolina's re
sources. I he mat lei will lie Drought lie
lore the legislature.
Tbe stale hoard of agriculture hai
tcciilcd to recommend to the legislature
a tax ol tweiilv-tive cents m-r ton ou
coiiiuii-rcial lertiliers tor next year ami
twenty ectils each year then-alter. A n-
iiitiieudatiou is also made nv Hie board
that the legislature set apart a div us
ArlHirdav lor the planting ol certain
kinds of trees; also to enact a law for the
promotion i,l sliiep-husbaiiilrv aiitl to in
crease the means lor holding farmer's ill
Last Friday, while Mrs. I. M. limit
Stokesdalc, near Oak Kulgc, was Irving
a cliickcu, a loaded shell that hail h
placed into a hole bored in a slick
vvoi id exploded and tillccn small bird
shot tookctlect in her bod v. Three sho
struck Iter on the nose t from whiib woum
she came near l-lei-diug to ileathl.two on
tlte liu-e. and the other on her breast. At
lirst she was thought to lie ilangeroiisl;
wounded, hut her condition is much un
irovid. She is tin- wile ol a leading mer
chant ol M.kesdale. Il is supH,scd that
some one put the shell into tin wooi
during the last Christmas holidays.
Col. ulk-x "Kindly" KvluiirkH.
From nn nciilu Dispatch.
of Hrmitor Vance Cnl. I'nll, MHke in tli
tl kindly wny. The iilliiinee is i-ru-vll
Wlllinu to n-.eln't Viinee II he will indorse Ihi
suh-lreaury lull ; Itlil If he does not iuilurse
il unil promise lo work for it, "hi inn jutke
sp his niitul In n hill row." snys Col I'olk.
Kidney affections of years staudiui!
cured ny Minimum l.ivcr Kcgulator. J
A timm nf tnrtnr tinklnir ntiwilrr. tliii-hm!
" tiii in irnvrniiiaf it rr nix in i'. n. tovcrti'
wni Hrin.rt, Aiitfii-t 17. Imhu. lulv'Jitilly
PROP. J. IIAKIiR,
ll'KIIM l.tlNl'IIN, UNO.)
IAN0S TUNED & REGULATED. $3.
Nr w Mt-tlnn nut In olH iitnmHi. All kin
nfmii-tt-il limtruttirntw (unnl nnrl rriinlrril
Hntl-fnt lliiM iiiinrnntrril. Invvurilrni ut ill
ntun Avrttuc, Anhrvlltc, N. V.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PCO VISIONS
Agent for Keeme Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main Asaevllle, N.C
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Iiiaurance I Akcii(.
Hear No. uo Mouth Mnln street.
Uitabllsheil iwnn. A.hcvllle, N. C
tlf U L'ISI.l i M
M. ling. Hoc. C. It.
Knii'r Corps, b.i H.
'KTIIARD & KING,
CIVIL ANO MINING ENGINEERS,
Rstlerls In eitv works, tuoourtttihlcal and
iumn .urTTji 01 elites nnn lownsj orslKtls.
ilium, sieiHl)ralloi nn-l rallniates furnished
lorrauwars. watersuiiiilvanil Hwraiir im-
Mieialllesi The IiksIIoi and eonstruetlon
rnuwas anu com rile pavements,
Anhcvlllc. N. C.
P. O, Bos BD.
Olneei Second flour la Grand Opera Uonat.
Liver, 'or it' tlio Livor is
iniiftivi) tlio wliolo ya
ttini is out of onliT tlio
Iwiith ii hail, ili(,'ostiim
imorfry ami liuiK-fuliii'Hn
grouts tli" HiiirttM urn ilii-jiri'ssi-tl,
a lii'itvy woiftlit
oxintii itt'ttT I'litini;, with
P'lii'riil (lifjuiiiili'iiry ami
tlio Mill's. Tlio I.iwr is
tin ltousi'kivipr of thd
hi'iiltli: untl it hurmlwu,
Biinjili' rt'tiii'ily that acts
liko Nuliiri', iIops not
constiuto iil'ttTWiinlrt or
ri'ijniro I'onstaiit. taking,
doi-s not inli-rli-rti with
liusini'ss or pli'asiiro tlitr
inn i'1 '""kt'n Willi
inntiH UivtT Kpfriilutiir u
I hiivo ti'nliil It" virtues pcrsonnlly. snil
liii-aw-ili-il for liyK"wls. fliliiiuiii-ss und
'I'llliioMliU lleilililclii-, it is tin- Ik'M llll-ll
eiui- Hit worl.tevt-r miw. IIiivo tritillurty
oilier relllfdli-H iH-loru Hlinluoliri l.iver
lti-ctiliilor, and tmnu of them kv' limiv
tlmn ti'iuporury n-hi-l, Inn lliu ileKUlutui
,ii ,,nlv i-t-lii.v,-il lull cured.
II. II. Junks, Mucuii.Ou,
lit- nu iitiMiik-d ui'on!
l-'kiimtni- to M-e (tint von ui-t the ueniiilie
li4tiiujiiii.l'el troni alt Iriuid mid imi t ii 1 1. ,m-
I- our ml Wt tr -Mt--iiinrk on litint ol riii-
r. mid on tl e mite the teul ami siiuilure
II rillll At in.
W.A. lll.AIII. J. V. IllJOWN.
No. 3 Pitltoii Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
V niv now rciitly, niul iii-
viti" our friends ami the Hil-
lif Hi'iitrnll,v to cull ami fx-
HtuiiH' our wi'll will-till stock
Which wo n iv offcriiiffHt rock
liottoin priccH. rinli'itfikiiiii
a spii-inl feat n ic. Calls nt
ti'iuliil ila.v or niiiht.
Tcli'iihoiii'.ilay 7.". nin'lit
The entire atiK-k ol
Im-luttititf line hriHHhr. HutttHia ttnti HrniT
NrHHnllrtt uf niul, it we inti-iht io Hit- intuit
tn kv nnihliiM liul Htillil (itilil nu
Htrrhtiu KlUvr Jrwrlry.
ARTHUR M, FIELD
Mouth Main HU ArthcvllU-.
HamI'KH IUan In ii lour nil I fur thrtmmr.
iHin tht liitmt iiitiiriiiiitltm with rrKunl
Ut tlir liiNhlnnM, Un ituiiHrmm HlutmiiMn,
lii-htoii U r. nml pntli tn hn lflUnlrnirntii
nn tii.liBi..niil.U- ithkr in tlu hnmr (lrms.-m
krr nnd I he i.ri.ftaMnnnl nKMllmc No rx
tcnme i .nnil m nintinn It nrtUtlc nltrnr
tiwnitm ol the hlKliiHturilrr. Itnvlrvrr nhort
Ntorim, piirlur tilun, nml thmiuhtlul movi
mi i my nil tnttn. nml im lunt pnifv Ii famous
m ' iidwrt of wit unil humur In Un rri.lv
Irmurm vcryihlnK Intluilc t hlih liuf Intrf.
t tu w..inn. LiurinK hu Aunv II. Orma
lw will rUt n wric of nrtU'len on " i he
lloiir L'omlnrtnlilt'," Ju Wt Cnninn will trrnt
f "Hiutltnrv l.lvlnit.' nnl nnmttrviitlnii aiiis
iTlnti ol mi.r nn "Woman In Art nml hl
tnrv," miitriiiy tinmtrntetl, will l tiirnlhrd
hy Tlim lute t hlhl. The Hnl tru will
Inr by WkIUt Ucrant untl Thomas llanly.
HAMI'HH K IMZAH 4 IHI
IIAKI IiH'H MAUA.INK 4 ui.
lUkl'liK H WHIiK V nii
IIAHI'IIH'H VtM'MJ I'ltOIM.K a (Ml
I'ovtnicr lire to all til merit wtn in the I'nl
tea ntaua, c annua anil Mraleu.
The Volumes nf the Haiih hruln with thm
iiti niimoer inr January in cat'it year m n
no time la sttrrlitrtl, suTm. rtinlons will Imuiii
wnn inr numucr I'urrrni tnc iiuis m
crlot ul order.
niiunti voiitmra of M ahi'KH s IUiah for
inree yrnrs aR, in nrat rloth hlniltim. wilt
Ik- sent dy mail, notialfl, or hy rKinss,lrre
ui rimnRc i iiruviiiva inr irrisfiti am n
wed l tier volume), Inr 97 iwr volume,
Cloth vmnrm. fur rm-h vulumr. ultiila t,
iiinnmif.wiii nv sent uv mai . iiostnaiii nn r
eel pi ol' ai each
Kt mlttnnceH nhula lie mml hv PniinS.
Ainmyor rror araii. to ivnii ihnnr .u
Newsnnners are not to mv this aitviriitw
mmi without the cxprtas oitler of Kani-kn
IIAKI'liH ft HKOTH KNtt,
TO WEAK HEN
tnfttrlat tmm um sfTSiHa of ymtafiil wmn. ssrlf
aWw.waMlnawaiSBiaa lotltnanbooil,to wit)
m4 a masbls mmUM IststMi aonMiiln fall
splaatfla aw4kal work i aasVnii nd hwr
Baa a la aarrsas aa dMSIIIatoa, asaraa
ANItW HKHI), csrrnillr prepared lir lead
ins mrmlKra of the Aahtvilk liar, toa
fltirnl parehmrnt and heavv flat aanpri. pnv.
arina all Hnuirr points, just nut and now
on salt at tha olHea ol the MsNuoi.pH.Knaa
I'lautuwu Cu , Mo, North Court auuara.
WE AKIi HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT WB HAVE THIS WliliK IN
CRUASHI) Tllli CAPACITY A Nil FA-CII.ITIKSOI-
Wli HAVIi SECURED SEVEKAI.
AND AKE NOW READY TOCIVIi
OliR FRIENDS A SPLENDID FIT AND
FINE y"AI.ITY, AT VERY REASONA
III.E UATIiS. CALL IN AND SEE I'S;
ALL WE ASK ISA TRIAL.
OI K REPAIR DEPARTMENT IS
STILL FI LL AND ACTIVE, AND WI
CAN 1'ilVE PROMPT ATTENTION T
ALL WORK nUOl'C.HT IN.
WEAVER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Pattun Avenue.
Real IjHtate Agent.
ASP LOAN IIKOKKK,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MOIIGAN'S BOOKSTORE t
Motivy Ion net I unil well nccurtd at H kt vent,
Ken I HHtnte tioiiKht and sold nt put t lie nml
privnle sulr. Hents colleeted. 1 eonihieted a
Keiil l-'stule and Auction liu nines in f liarlea
inn, H ten ven. and will give prjmpt
attention to all husinesit put in my charge.
iul J 'J 1 1 1 tti
EnirllHh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 Frrneh Hrond Avrnur.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i For many year. Aaaoelatr I'rineipnl of Mt
Vernon Institute, rlaltiniorr. I
Assisted by u eorps of eomirntcnt tcaebers
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
II' you have any Ni,e, Ttiront or l.ung
I in npplientton I ill nil u iiuniphlet
ilesehiuivr !' AHhevillr nitd sUu the in-T
hnliiiK tn-slnienl Ine wilh li.t ot ques
tion to lie answered hy Ihe patient
mheil orderinK Home Treatment. Thin
trenlinrilt is us emetlve u. Ihe mtiei
ll'I'ICIi Nil i'.t I'ATTilN AVUNI II,
Aoll. vlllr, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
DO NOT FOKGKT
() N L Y
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Semi Our Diillnr nnn i-i ! icw
your HiiliHi'Hption nt once.
8Mj:ial 'tHiM-Hpoiidi'iitH in
i'vit.v Hifiimi of WfHtot'ii
A( J Kl( 'Ull'l JIIA L NEWS,
In the State.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A niodrrn first elnss hotel. Hot nnd eold water anriKhath and toilets on every floor,
ttleelrte Ik-II. in every room. (K-n tire in ofliee and Kratrn In lied rooms. Ottiee, dining
room, luneh eounler, eiKnr nm! nt-wii stand and Imr nml bllllnrd room on first floor. Klee.
trie street ears pns door every 20 minutes, Richmond and Danville railroad ealinic bouic.,
.'ll minute, for meals.
RATK8, fi.oo PER DAV.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, FnH.
J. H. HKVAM Mild WAI.TRR (iHF.KN, ClrrkH.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINH, Proprietor.
To the Tolmeeo I'lttnter. of Western North Carolina nnd Hu.t Teaaesmee :
Our market has fully oiened und prices nre Kod, especially on common iirndes. and we
advise curly shipment, on all common irrndea. Having the lr)rst, hrst liiilmd warehouw
in Wratrrn North Cnroll -n. nnd eonipeteut rmplove.. we unnrnntec .ntl.liielliin. Thnnltina
you for past pnlronitKc nml hoping by hard work nnd tuir ilea iiiits, we nre, yours truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for It Purity,
We deliver to all parts of the city our own ItoUHuS Ksnort Ileer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
v WINE.'. AND . LIQUOR STORE V
IN THE STATE.
fine; sample and imuliard room.
I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C"
URICK. BRICK. RRICK
.....FOR SALE BV
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Atiheville, N. C. P. O. Bo 4,6.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
(special aniiUariuni for DiHeanea of tbe Luiikh and Throat.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
M'UCIAl. MKT WHIiN NbUtlBII.
I'rolesaioiinl services optional with patterns, and at moderate rates
I'rlccs for Hoard and Moom ........ .. .
l or pnriUuliir.. addre.. ,lJ8 luIH " Kk-
KARL VON RICK, M. D.,
. A.heville. North Carolina.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
At.11. talilr tioard- r. can lie nccominodutrd
o'eliK-k n. m. unlil 111 o'c-ot-k o m.
trial" ,'r,'l"m',, lor l'"ltrl'K "i shortest notice
My Celebrated Philadelphia Krica
k!.oVji?,ii N"."''C''" "'lr'," ";m;m- m proud to .ay I have the ntie.t, larw-.l
oi VE i ,, l i! " """ ""'" in from A to A minute., such as I'lsh, (lame, Oysters
on the Half HIkII. I'ollte and attentive waiters. I'lenscd to serve all. Kp.ctfu l.
fee I 'I I v
OFFICE OF THE
BIBLE H'lUSS ASTbR PLACE, NEW YORK.
RltHOI.I'TION OI'"thH ilOANIXII' MKIIC
I'lmnal lift. UI, I.Sim.
Wheren. It i. our .air to inrw... h. lm.
eulntlon ol our Weekly New. Maamhie
nuionii the elnan-a to v, hum we cater, and
Wher.na. Miiuv .r - ...nn. l..u. K
liir-ted ua to nrrnnerour aubaeriptlon H.t
ao that the comoila lo i uauallv allowed Hub.
atrliition Aiirnt. may directly benefit local
elinritl. ., Il la
Kraotvrd. That w. donate the aam of
Sl.oiMl in ca-h to the Church of any denomi
nation In eneh nnd every tttatc acting a. our
HoliKripUun Agent, that may srnd u. the
laiKe.t number of .uliacrlher.. Thia dona
tion is mad. to th. .ueccaful competitor for
the hurooM of ovinic on delila ,, thi.1.
Church, for purchnalnK new altnr furniture,
for nuaday rkbool and other I'ariah pur.
Provided, tat, All attlicrlptlnna to thr II-
LUSTSATSO AyKHICAH Im for v...
for In advance, ami handed In between Nov.
., 11.11 jan .11, mm, and There
must lie at rnat fen romiM-tln ,-l,,r..l.M i.
en. h atnu-, nml ahonld their not lie at lean
.... ..iiipvnn. enureneain aaiute, tne mtmry
pnld In Tor auliaeripllona by reai.ients of thst
state will be returned lo the uurtlc. ao Day
ttill il And II I. lurthrr
pt.s.lveil. Th it a aim lal clerk be detailed
lo k ep the rreorda ol aubaerilitions as thrv
anivr. nm that Hie i,,n,lii,u ,.r.n.i. u L
and parl.ti l,v iMihllnhcil In our columns every
arik yiiil. Tllat nil mimlee. ao reteivrd be
d'p.,sltedlil the Chemical .Nallona bank,
Sew York city llrri. 1'avtnmt i ih. ail
Mill to Ik mnrte to nny deslKnatid party as
anon nit, r. Inn ai, aa the couuteanbe road.,
which will not lie later lhan I'rl, III A.h
All plae aot la.liiiillnhaiil nntaor over, on
the On.iS Of tile IVn.U. .if IHHfl mrm ..l...l.rf
from the competition.
nanipie copies win ne sent tree to all par-
tits on aunlli-ation. and all iiii.a,lftti.
ina to the atinve offer cheerluliy answered,
w vrocr 01 ine noaro.
MAIIKICU M. MINTON, aecretary.
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHfUL ERRORS.
Lost manhood, early decay, .tc.Jrtc. Jean ae-
cura home treatise Ires, bj addresalnn a fc.
low suderer, c. W. LBBK. ,.
P. 0. Boa 818, Roauok., Va.
BOARD BY Tt MONTH, WEIK ON DA
Htrert car pan the door, llien from U
for Hume Panic., tails, etc
All I wk is a
K. HTRAU8H, Frop.
caption r;--'-!- sfffxt
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE eiNTMtit.
timm Oalf aid --- - a
uwm ..niimi. u, wasnaa mianaM or .
' IIIMm - aa
to aav ishoM griki ( Umm prtoi
POR IALB BY
WEAVER A MYERS.
fT.THE BEST KNOWN RFMFDY.
H.U.U." Cur,.. ,.......l.. ...
niaatln ltoAltaya, wllliool Pain,
I reivmta Ktrlotllrn. Contulns no
norld or poisonous snhstnnri's, snd
i annrsniimi snsnlutnlT hnrtiileas.
nrfserlbast h nhw.ijai... saaaM Rf.
HnaafrM wfthosoh bonis. I'rleef I
Hold hy drnanlata. Hswara of Snb
POR IALI BY
RAYSOvt IMTH, MKVIUI, N. 8.
n( Vfc., m
Hi0 naaalaa Haa4waa, sa aknassl sssl
a C'iSiES. ell ilsilil
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