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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 18.X).
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IT COSTS MOSHV HVISkV DAY
AND BVliKY tlOVK TO CAKKV A
STOCK OH GOODS.
LIST TUB PVUUC K.OW WHAT
YOV HAYH TO SELL.
l.V TKItES T THE I'lioI'Lli-ATTKACT
THBM DO XOT ALLOW TllliM TO
FOUGHT VOU OK YOCK CKOWULD
tvkx f.v Tin: limits, usruci-
ALLY TUB Ill.'II.I.IAST. STEADY
ASD PAK-KBACHLWI LIMIT OF All
YEKT1SIXO. Cinvttmati Commervlal Gugvttc.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By BANDOLril-KUKK PRINTING CO.
THWPAILTCITII KN. lleilweriltle. In pilhliMhed
every alteration leacept SuuiJuyl at the tul
Itawtaa rale. atrti-tly ean.'
Oue Week. ...
ITim iiaii.v citizi:n
la nn Male nt the foltowinK uluee. hi Anlu'vlllc:
1IATTUKV I'AKK NliWS STANU.
1LI!N KOl'K NKWS STAN It.
MOUBU CIGAK STUKli, I'ulttin Ave.
TTIiSDAY. IUXKMKKK !. IN'.M.
KaldM Hum! imd WvnI.
A South Dakota ruiK-liman said in St.
I.uuis the other day :
'lt i an unwritten law with the set
tlers to move i-wrvtliiii" lor t tliii); llic
Indians moved. No stale can advance
any until the Indian is v.xpmifil trom it.
Tliev take up Che I us I l;inil, the choicest
site, intimulate H'op!e ami capital.
Naturally we want the Sioux and every
thing like him chased out and oil ot the
reservation, where he will not eonlinue
to haiiK an inculius on our pni.Kruv.
a menace to our liilure as u stale."
With this as a text the Sprinlield,
(Mass.) Republican says:
"Such is the simple, practical western
philosophy ulmut uudesiralile neighbor.
Just imagine that applied to Hople siuii
larlv cihiectioualile in an easicru neigh
borhood. There is no quarter ot the
fnioti where there docs not exist an ele
ment that the older residents would not
like to see exix-llcd. No New I'uclaud
eitv but would like to clean out its slum
ot low down beings. Hut in the
there is no license yivrn to such improv
incuts ol civiluation. We do not ra
our undesirable denieus. We have
put up with our slums, and to dev
our strenuous ettorls to civilize nut
christiunuc their inhabitants.
It ill the Last they do not now ra
their "undesirable denizens" then n chancy
has been made very recenllv, and not li
the better. As a matter of fact what c
fairly lie called raiding is freiiiently do
by the police of every large city. It
generally done lor cause. .Now let us sii'
pose that these "undesirable deiiiens'
took up the best lauds, the choicest site
and intimidated iwople and capital and
"hung an incubus" on the prosicrity
the community how long would it I
before there would be raids in plenty
them ? It is true that the twosituatious
on the frontier and in the slums of a
eastern city are not altogether similar
but the comparison favors the Iwist. The
"low lown Unit's" I'ast'Whom the x
lice runl trcrjiii-titly are under constan
siiervisiou ; the western Indian on the
large reservation is practically tree to
come unci to go and work out his iille
devilish nature at will.
The Republican adds:
"The white men of the west are
essentially suiKTior to their kindred ot the
east, and they are just about a ccutury
hchiiid in Illumine consideration of the
The West was also lully a century Is
hind New England in bail treatment i
the Indian, and the latter'sacliial know
edge of the present situation in the Wes
is phout eiUl to that 01 the old inaii
concerning the rearing ol a family ot
children. The Republican will Ik- sur
prised to know that there arc Indian
schools in the West that are maintained
by money that did nut come from New
Liiglaml, that there are thousands ot
Indians at work for western iieoplc, and
that the western man knows mure about
the Indian ami how he should lie treated
thnn docs the New I'ligtundcr.
The last word in this matter is that
lucre arc good iniiiaus ami mui ones, as
there are good while men and bad ones
that "raids on Indians are generally lor
cause; nud that indiscriminate attacks
on the western eiticus' treatment of the
Indians is unjust. It is curious, by the
way, unit tne .New i.ngiainier lias never
a word of sympathy lor the pioneer
there still nrc pioneers who as the ail
vance guard ol civilization even to-day
sutlers cruelly from Indian dipredutions,
Hundreds of tin in have been butchered
by Indians who were never "wronged,'
except by not being given a ointment to
A CrunliliiK lllow.
It would not be surprising at any time
now to hear that Suieriiiteiidcnl of Cen
sus Porter hud committed suicide or fled
to Iingland whence he clinic. A great
tnuny attacks have been made on his
work, but the final blow came without
wurning and from a quarter least cxiec
ted.1 It remained for Father Julc who
visited the Sioux host lies in their camp
in the Rai Lands lust week to discover
the real cause of their thirst of blood.
Mr. Crow bog said : "We object to the
recent census returns," and nil the other
braves said substantially, "me too." It
only remains for the Chinamen who hnve
illegally came into this country since the
exclusion act, to send a petition to con
gress asking lor n recount, and Mr.
Porter's cup will be full to running over.
Tha Fireman and tba Chimney.
There is no doubt that there should lie
chimney sweeps in town, and that then
any one whose chimney caught fire, en
dangering the safety or his own and
neighboring property, should be fined
about the cost of calling out the fire de
partment supposing it to be a paid tcrj
vice as it should in port, at least, be.
Cleaning out chimneys by setting fire to
the soot in them on what is, or promises
to be, wet day Is behind the time and
besides is not always a sale thing to do,
Tne modern- chimney is not what it once
was the largest part of the bouse but
floe with thia and not always tight
walla. Baining oat tne accumulation of
weeks of soot in such a chimney means
tuking too many chances thnt the roan
ing tire thus made may heat the bricks
to the point of producing combustion or
mny permit some flume to reach wood
work through a crevice not stopped by
No one can blame the firemen for not
wishing to run a mile or more to the kind
of a tire prohibited by ordinance in dry
weather and supiosed, nt least, to be
harmless in wet. Neither, on the other
hand, can the citizen lie blamed if, despite
the ordinance, the soot accumulates in
his chimney during u long cool sK'll and
finally, fairly Hying in the face of the law,
burns out. The ordinance in effect says
tollman: "If your chimney is lined
with soot you must go cold until wet
weather comes before burning it out."
It Meuua Vote for VHiict:.
R. I.. Hcall. 0. W. IVessnell, II. M. Tat
tle, I'. A. Wnrlick, J. K. Steele, II. S.
Ulnir.J. S. I Kal, C. A. I'ressnell and A.
('. Hartley publish in the Lenoir Tonic
in oicii letter address to "Alliance
brethren of North Caroliiin." In it they
v that there is discord iu the Alliance.
that "political tests tire set up and every
one m or onto! the order compelled to
submit to them on pain of Hilitical de
traction, and ll any one refuses to bow
down to those idols, no matter what his
ability, exiericiice and faithful devotion
to the best interests of the farmer, and
all classes, he is denounced as unworthy
The cure for this stale of nllairs, Mr,
Ilea II and his associates think, is lor the
siili-alliauces, "when thev meet in Decem
ber, and in our county alliances, when
they meet in January, to resolve that they
will not iermit any interference, from
any ipiarter, with our political rights
and convictions. We advise and counsel
the members-elect to the legislature to
stand uMiu their constitutional rights
and upon their honor, nud to keep sacred
the pledges made to the conventions that
nominated them, and to the people who
elected them. Ami we furthermore con-
leuin the 'boycott' in every tbrm."
All of which means, vote for Vance and
keep your pledges as honorable men.
BIUNB OP THK TIMKa.
Ill Connection with Political Mat
ters and the Maaaea.
Prom the Ralttmorc Run.
There is less disposition to leave mat
ters of legislation in the hands of the pol
iticians, and a growing inclination ou
the part of the people at large to
take the control ol legislation and of the
whole admistrution of government more
into their own hands. Less importance
is attached to party names and associu-
1 1 .... a m rl ......... 1 .. I t I, -1.
.,,., Hf f,1l l, VtCVM!, fill Ulf",
servers are agreed that us the recent eon-
gressional elections were in their results!
among the most surprising thnt hnve
ever token place in this country, so
the canvass which nreeeded the
elections was one of the o met est
aim sonerest ever Known. 1 ne newspa
iiersanii tue (iisirinutiou ot document
Hal most ol the work the "war-horses
and the "wheel-horses," the party man
agers and wire pullers very little. In.
need, where these latter were most ac
tive and put lorlh most energetically
l heir old time effort, and relied most
confidently ukiii the usual intliicnces
the results were most surprising and con
irnry to nil cxiicctutions.
At the next election the field of iioliti
cat discussion promise to be broadened
,oi niuv inetariii out thecurrenev seems
destined to luriiish loud lor debate. l"co.
mimical question have come to the
Iront: and these cannot be disposed of in
slump speeches of the usual quality ot
campaign oratory, intended solely to
raise n cheer or a laugh They require
to oeiieait Willi seriously with tacts, hu
arcs, statistics and arguments thnt plain
men can uiuierstaud, ami sensible men
will take home with then to npplv to
their fireside talks discussions with their
The Great Coeoa of Europe,
The Coming One of Ame-rlea.
The Indians have lieen driven to flight
oy starvation, I he New tork Herald.
This statement is contradicted on ns
good authority as it is asserted. More- cost.
Home Valuable Teatlmonr on
Prom the Mnr nn I'rce l,nnee.
We have received numerous tetters from
people enquiring about our towns with
the view of locating here. About the
first question asked would he. What are
vour school facilities ? We were ashamed
to hnve to write them thnt Marion
could iKinst of only one school a private
school, but such is a l.'ict.
With the same amount of money ex
lieuded in private schools by our citizens
a first class graded school could he es
tablished, nud those who are now go
ing to school could continue und scores
children too poor to Attend school
could derive the benefit of the graded
school without one cent of additional
over, the Sioux stole some .'I. lion govern
ment cattle mid drove them to the Had
Lands ami in nn interview Saturuu.v
with (ten. Urooke asked him it he would
give them help to get them back, pro.
vided the Indians come in. Starvation
and 3.001) cuttle are contradictory in this
it must uitord the republican party n
peculiar satisfaction to know that for
once it and Tim Citikkx were in accord.
ne sniu .Minister Aiizncr ouglit to De re
called and President Harrison recalled
him. The subscription price remains the
No man with a family wants to move
to n town where the school facilities are
poor. An education is nil a uonr num
can give his children, mid he wants to go
10 ine uiwn wiierc ne can give them the
best education for the least money. With
a graded school here it places an educa
tion wiimn reacn ol nil.
As to the cttieienev and thornuohnraa
of a graded school we can unhesitatingly
say that we learned more in a graded
school, for the time we attended, limn in
any other scl I lor the same length of
The foregoing is referred to the Wil
mington Messenger to re licet upon. lin.
; madz b r arwout FROcisa-rsiBisr.
Cocoa li of supreme impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten's has J!(y pr
tent, more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
is highly developed.
apVAN HOUT FIT COCOA ("raea triad,
always awd ") Is lliaarllaNl,p)iir,aala
him Chn, laveatve, Bleale4 aa
sasidcla Hollnns.and iato-dir battaraod
wutiolkHi tbso any ol the namanraa Imita
tions. lirfaet,a aomparatlra Uit will aastlr
ptoea, tost aaisWCoeoaeqaali this NiwfcrV
la anmbilitr, agreaable tails and ntitrltle,
qualities. "Urteet sale Is the world." A,k
lor VaKlIotms'land take ooolhtr. IU
W.A.Klaik. J.V. Hkoyyn.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We urn now irmly, tind in-
vit our frientU nml the piili-
ir Ki'iieraiiy to will und ex
amine our well Neleeted slock
Which we nre offerinnt rock
bottom f irieeK. Under! n k injr
a HiKH-ial feature. ChIIh at-
tended day or nifrht.
Telephone, day 7.r, nij;lit (u.
BLAIR & BROWN.
For a rihort time w are
aide to offer
to piiHinstTH. We have
II A T
a litlle' off ntyle"at extreme
ly low rat en. ;ow ih your
opportunity for a n'rent lar
WEAVER 2 MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
Real Estate Agent.
A Nit LOAN HKOKKK.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'S BOOKSTORE
Mtim-y (untied ami well M-currd nl N jcr ivnt
Kt'l Kntiitr bouirht and noId at ntlMc nml
privatr mtlr. Kent colU'itrri. I run At n't. I ft
Heal -'ittnic and Auction liuinrtn in C hurt in
ton. 8 C. trn vrnrm nd will ftivr prompt
aitrntinn u au uunhicnii put in niv cnnrKc
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Knglinb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR Y0UN6 U0IE8 AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French llnia.1 Avcnu.-.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i For many yvnn Aaamiiilr I'rinclpiil .if Mt
Vvrnun Inatittitr. Piiltiiiuirc.1
AnnlHtrd ty n curpa .f i'tin,trntrnt Irnchrrt
!(DMD : OXYGEN
THK HWAHI'IV Ml IT.
I'.iiU ar a 1'elvbralrd Chmc In 1.1(1-
Kutlou for Heveral i tan
From the New. nnd l iIhtvit,
In llic ( mtcil Smtm ciivtiit court tin-
nvll kniiwn casr ol Anthony II. Shiiikv
np-nnst the .North Liiriiliiui ruilrniiil
companr nml Willinin A. Smith (nl thnt
tinic iirisitU'iit il saiil coniiiiiiiv I nml
ilnr wns finally ik-UTiiiiiu-d. Thiscnsi'
wits ciimmcncvil in IST1. Hon. S !'
I'liilhiis was npiMiintnl mt'ivt'r ol I Iw
coinimnv on ti.c r.ith ilnv nl liinr 1x71
the case Iwiiik brought to fonvlose the
suite s stock in the ,. L. riiilrnnd com
mny utHin the IhhiiIs imucd to liuilil the
The liiml HivrtT snvs: "it is imltfcil thnt
i 1 1 the stock nl' the state of North Cam
illa nml the ilivnlcmla herenlter to neenrr
thereon are uWlinrKfil trout nnv nml nil
nn on account ot lunula nml coiiimmis
irovnlilc in this i-nusennil the adjunction
licretolore Knintcil naiimt the pay incut
iKiiviiicmison sain siihk to tne nulilic
reiisurer ol .Mirtn inroiinii nre herein-
linHnlveil. Ami it is further decreed thnt
he ivrtilicntcs lor the sniil stock, hclonu
MK to the state, licretolore ordered to
ie put in the hands ol the lornier receiver
.v I-. I'liilhiis, hso., lie turned over to the
said pulilic tretiHiirer lor the stnte ol
North Lnrohnn, liy whomsoever is in
itoHsession ol tne name.
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 25.
.... . 1 A... It I . . It
i mi hit iiivmm in can I'voi-y nay at n iciuiin jfwi'lry
Store ami examine our ntork of
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
IT Silver NovelticH,
MEDICATEO BALSAM VAPOR
' If juu hair any Noar, Throat ur I.iihk '
i in application I will arnil a pamphlet
' ilrwriplivc ut Aahrville anil iilmi the in. '
I liallnK treatment tree with liat ol iiea-
tinn to lie anitwereil hy the patient '
'when onlerinu Home Treatment. Thin'
' treatment I iih eireetive na the uflier '
II'FICH-.MI. PATTON AVItNI'K. '
' Aahcvillc, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
CAUTION SinSr.,".':! X&JS,
hmm kla same aaa arlra ummrr mm imtlrnm
SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, URIC A BR AC, &C.
N Moie wi.v t lint it ih hoaiitiful. Home nav that it iu
finer tluiii ever In-fore. YOl'K OIMN'ION i'm iimihsij.iI
AUTIIUlt M. FIELD,
I T-cni r::-,' 'M.
riiKSliXS AMI -.U7;.S'.
Tin; in loiiTof the Sew York World
iiiildinu to hiuiiest tMiiiit of roof is l'.ll
in t. nml the top nl the tower is .'Hl'.l I'cet.
I he top ol tlie tower ol t. Iik-iiuo s audi
oniiiii is .'in iitt. ne .Mudiaon Nimre
iiirncn tower, now 111111111111:, will lie mill
A I LoATisu church, the marine coun
terpnrt 111 iimnop viniKcr s eliiireh nn
wheels, limit liy the rullinaiis, has lieen
aiincncii nt nt. i.oma. 1 ne vesse wns
limit hy the 1-roc-Will Ilantist to enrrv
ne Koajiei irom nt. raui to .'New iirlcnns
Ioiik the .Mismasippi.
It m claimed for the slale ol' Missouri
thnt she tins three of the la rues t spring
111 me worm. 1 me in ieni county 11 so
I'irjfe that it whs proposed to supply the
wuoie cuy 01 ni. iouia wun lis wnier ny
runnuiK nn uiueduct from its neij-hlior-
ooti iu ine city resorvoir.
KNICK is one nf the miorrat eiliea in
Italy. It has Utl.Ulill iuhnliitnnti. Ol
these no leas thnn 4(1,0(10 have their
names inscrilied oil the books of the
ConurcKiiiionc lt Cnrita" at recinients
of relief; thnt is to suy, nenrly one-lourth
01 tne population nre paupers.
Oknkkai. GnsnoMN, who wns director-
Kenernl of the centennial exhibition at
rhilatlclnhia, snys theChicnuo fnir is not
ns far advanced relatively as wns the
case at I'liilndclphia, but expresses con
fidence in its success, the executive man
agement being on the right basis.
A CORK tone is one of the latest inven
tions. It is made ol small corks, placed
end to end, and the whole covered with
braidinir of cotton twide: over this is a
coarser braiding in heavy strands. Ac
cording to the inventor, a one-incli-thich
rope win aiunn a strain 01 i,uuu pounds
PMnnAiiLV the oldest house In the Uni
ted States is a decaying stone dwelling
inni siamis in uumorn, ionn.
A VIcIoum Attack On 1
I'roin the Imrhani (llolir.
We would rnther be in Kalrikh thnn I
11 resident of Murs or Saturn.
The Farmers Know II.
I'mm ihe New York World.
Krnat.ir Vnnee, til North Carolina, la ton
utile a mua and tnociprriraced a leiilslatii
unil ucliaur to lie .ianrd from cunjtroaa. Hr
mny not aiiree with the farmers at all nnlnta,
but he will ilu them more good la the senate
than any new man whom they can elect.
A mia df llflM hlllM MMlbp UlukH
v. ., in iravrnina aixenKin. V. . Ilnvern.
men i Keport, An(Ult 17, 1HH0. lolyaudly
FOR BALK VERY CHEAP.
An Knjrlnrer'a Tran.lt,
A fto-rnot Chain.
A Land Mttrvevfir'. camium.
A loo.fixit Rtrel Tape,
n niwiKii nieei i aie.
Half clmen Uyr Hooka.
Rnqulra until Thumlay at R. ft. I), office.
ldat T. M. BOMAR.
Cigar Htorc and New Stand
Notice to the Public 1
All Irarllna nfmiiiwh n hIi i ,
TlIK liOVITIAN nnovrus is an nouulir I part of the cit. Hunrfa. litinn. n
pinnt, nnving a stem Irom three to six
leet high. Its solt, smooth flower stem
built in 1040, and is still occupied. Ia I
lonml times it did dutv occasional Iv as
lort. and wns a Place of refmre for art.
tiers when King I'hillip was on the war-
pa 1 11.
afforded the most ancient material from GunK' LT'" BTC.
which paper was prepared. It flower. private teaehlna An .ni,A
ina stems and leaves are twisted Into HrtHmLnftrVl?$?l
nuies, and the roots, which an sweet. o for plau tultluo. Addrnw
are used as food. a. dam, ta ... '""'""'V
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTUM IN.
riaa Calf aai lummi Wal.rwraa IMalai
'.ooa ana wvanns nuaniMor Oil. ahns
uriir aiKiwn man or tba atront aasi
w uuMiaanaa or
M0 neasln lUaaWwaa, an .Want and
HJ"K.w.l"k com mm cl. HarU.
Ia40 HaodM.wed Walt. A ln i3 Ikos
.5 ioualle4 lor atyla and darabllllyr
I4JD iiomdrrnr Wei. a Iha atiuiiua '
J ah..,, at a popular srloa.
440 fsllrfaaars Hsjm k
aa . .for railroad men. larmrr
HO LID A Y HEWS!
rhat we lia ve the Larjcent
nnu neHt neleeUHl Htock of
in bindingR from tlieelii'iiiMHt I
totiiTcalf. IMKlino Popular o Tk nunco Tot
Autliorn in netH for tl.el.il- f3?2 OHOES tJSt
dii'ii. older Children, and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all Ki'"d'n. 1'rayerH and
ll.vninalH, (Sold Pens, &r.
Can t bo beat for DoIIh.
'I lie now Souvenir of AhIio-
J. N. Hlorgan & Co.,
HookwIlerH, Htationei-H, &.
ll ' "rTT
A modern Drat elnaa hotel. Hot and cold wnter anillihatha and toilets on every mmr,
KleetrlrlM'llain every room. Ilien lire In ota anil xrutea In In-d rooma. tialce, dlnlna
room, lunch euunler. elcnr an.! n. wa aland and liar and Millard rmm on flrat Boor. Klee,
irie atrert enr pna door every an ntlnutca. Kiehniond and llnnellle railroad eatlnt houac,
JO minute, for nienl..
RATES, l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop.
HMVAM and WAI.TKK URKKN, Clcrka.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH A ROLLINS, Proprlctom.
V mt 1 1 all tolmtvoa nt 'J iwr cent, cum tut union, while otlv r market arr vliMrffinc frnm 'jr..
tit ;i per cent cuniniiimion.
Ti) the To hit. -co IMnntrtu of Winirrn North iiimlinn unit Hat Trnnrnticr:
our miirkct nun lull rn(il nnl iiriim orr komI, rNrviftll.v on common Rrntr. and mc
ndviw rnrly nhipmrnta on nil cutnmnn Knuki, Having thr InrKmt, nrnt liKhUd warrhouw
in itt'rn North Carolina, anil cotnitrnt rntplovcu. t Kuarantrr aatifnctfon. Thnn kin
you for ptit imironiiKr antl hopinK hard w ork and fnir den inn, we are. youra truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE DEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all pnrta of the city our own Mottling Kiport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
our tterr In kept nt a trmttrrnture of 4 dcirreea and we vuarantea ran rrK
nlltimca. TUB TKAlUt Ht'l'I'LIKI PU(M
Tuv v AnmM "
. WINE AND LIQUOR . STORE
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
,. v. ..As.,. Asenx. w , r. I HO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR SALK BY
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Atihevllle, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Hpcclal Hanllarluiu for Dlaeaaea of the Lung's and Throat.
I'ine. Mire Urinaliiii wnler from M-untnin Hurinira. anil mmwil,,.. t..r i ....... ...
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