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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 18fW.
WHY FILL A 8TORB WITH Ofmm
AND THBN KKEP DANK AIIOVT IT f
IV COSTS JUO.VKV RVHRY PAY
AND BVBKY HOVtt TO CARRY A
STOCK OF GOODS.
LBT THB PUBLIC KNOW WHAT
VO0 HAVE TO ftHLL.
INTBRBST THBPKOri.tt-A TTRACT
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ALLY THB BRILLIANT, STfiAOY
AtTD PAR-RBACIIINO LIMIT Of All
Clndnnmtl Commercial Gtuelte.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
ThbIUilvCitiibn, Democratic, i published
eery alt rnooa pl Sunday) at the fl
lawlnx rut. ttnctlr caa:
One Month ...
ITHK DAILY CITIXKKt
I on sale at the following place In Aahcvllle:
BATTBKV PAKK NBW8BTAND.
OLBN RUCK NRW8 STAND.
MUDBL CIOAK 8TOKB. Patton Ave.
WEDNESDAY. DI5CEMHER 10, 1WMI.
A Few Plain Word).
On next Wednesday the southern inter
state immigration convention will meet
in Alhcvillc. Tliere will be anywhere
from one to two thouuinil delegate prc
ent. These delegates will nil be represent
ative men from the various southern
states, as they ere every one appointed
either by the governor of their state, the
mayor of their city, the board of super
visors of their county, or by thechuinlicr
of commerce of theircitv.
The convention was invited to hold its
session in Asheville. There were numbers
of other cities in the South anxious lor
the honor, and everv inducement was
beld out by them in order to secure it.
These delegates do not come to Ashe
ville expecting to be entertained for noth
ing. Thev expect to lie tarnished com
fortable beds and wholesome food lorthe
three or four davs they will be here, and
they expect to wiy for it.
So far homes have been secured foronlv
a small portion of thenuinbrmf delegates
expected. The hotels cannot hold them
all, anJ private houses will huve to be
brought into requisition. That comfort
able quarters can be furnished in thiscity
lor every delegate, even il fully two thous
and should attend, no one who knows
anything of Asheville can for a moment
doubt. If such homes are not furnished
it will be for luck of a diMition to do
so, and not becuusc uf inability. Hence,
it every one of these delegate is not well
cured for, it will be a slmntc umiii Ashe
ville. Instead of this convention proving
in udvantugc, it will lie n Ksilive tletri
mint, should a single delegate fail to lie
provided with a comfortable home when
To-day anil to-morrow a committee
will make a thorough canvass of the city
to ascertain who will accommodate thine
people, and how many they will uccom
niodute. For the good nameof Asheville
Tim Citizkn hiqirs that this committee
will be met by every Imtincholdcr in that
spirit which should characterise everv
resident of a city professing nnv enter
prise, and that homes for all may lie
promptly secured. If this committee
fails, it will be the dutv of those having
the entertainment of this convention in
charge to telegraph the delegates that ac
commodations cannot lie had in Ashe
ville for them, anil tliry would belter
star at home.
The County Rchoola) Report,
The report, printed to-day in Tim Crr-
ukn, of the county suirnntendenl of
schools is a document that should be
pondered by every citizen. He finds that
the children whom it is most necessary to
get into the public schoolssince if they
do not go to them liny will not go any
where to school ore the very ones who
do not attend. In other words a large
proortion of North Carolina children
are ignorant and, except where gifted
with an unusually observing mind, will
muke ignorant men and women. Thnt
means, on the whole, less prosienty fur
the state, lest happiness for the individ
Mr. Wny'i rcMrt is largely a plea for
compulsory education. Indeed, that logi
cally follows from the establishment and
maintenance ol schools by the state, for
if they he not generally attended the
whole end and aim of their existence is
lost and they might as well not exist, It
may be said that the people have not
done their duty if they merely commit
themselves to the adminsion of the fact
that public schools are a necessity and
then fail to make it is some one's busi
ness to fill them and even mnk more of
i Wedded to tta Idol.
In speaking to the nutinnnl alliance
member! on their "demands." President
Hall, of Missouri, said that the sub-treas
ury measure was purely a class legisla
tion. "It would lose us millions of mem
bers io our order," he added "the esteem
and sympathy of thousands of religious,
agricultural and iwliticnl pnpera that
have aided as in the past, and the confi
dence of all the good men and women
who have bid us Cod speed ou the faith
of our constitution and demands, and
would place our noble order before the
. world In any other than an enviable po
sition. It is my opinion that if ourorrler
should take such a step it would destroy
the order in Missouri in less thun ninety
But the alliance apiroved the sub
treasury scheme by a very large majority
and it noir more fully committed to it
A TrinT Iaronalatanajr.
i . President Harrison kit Into a curiae
InconstsUncy In his annual message. The
- prohibitory tariff ie, la theory pot into
effect so that then may be fewer, ot no,
good exported so that they may be
pad in the United Mate to encourafe
manufacturers) aaa raise wages. Forget
ting this, the president went oa to point
out bow aa btsMnkent remit of tbt Mo-
Kinley bill, the amount and value of im
ports had increased. Now as the price
imported good! has confessedly ad
vanced, without checking imports and
therefore without raising wages or mak
ing more work for the laborer, what
good has It done? The lad is, it has
done no good but a grcnt deal of harm
and vou have only to do a few dollars'
worth of retail buying to discover that
A citizrns' committee at Massilton
Ohio, where Russell & Co., manufacturers
of that town, employ more thnn60Amci
and are republicans and warm friends
Mr. McKinley, investigated, immediate!
after his defeat, some extraordinary
charges made of the revenge which they
had taken uiion some of their workinci
who hud supported the democratic can
didate. It was shown that this firm had
cut down the wages of about forty work
men, saying to them: "Vou voted
tree trade and now we give you free trade
wages." The republican workmen
wages were not lowered.
Clean the public buildings,
I lean the streets.
Clean the sidewalks.
Ilefore Cart awnv the rubbish.
the lliig downtothenewpnvement
Hclcgutesi And carry nwnv the result of
Come the digging.
Mend the broken sidewalks,
Scour the posttiffice with soap
hn Wnnamnker: One Josia
whom vou made postmaster nt
Sclinu.N. Chits' liecn tried and convicted
lor oiH-ning and ruling registered letters.
Vou are a success, Mr, John. Concord
The foregoing is silly. Did a postmas
ter never go wrong under a democratic
udtninistration t Why, certainly. Such
flings are trilling.
Tim New Vork Sun snvs the national
alliance delegates were for Hill for presi
dent. Perhaps so. One of their ways of
showing it was to declare for tarilT re
form. Hut, come to think of it, that
seems to point to drover Cleveland.
THK THIRD PARTY.
It Cannot Help the Republican
Col. Livingston says;
"It is believed in the south that when
the democratic anil republican parties
find out our strength they will vield to
our demand without a light. I confess
I cannot imagine any condition by which
the republican party would get thesouth-
ern alliance vote. I can understand how
the democratic party, with low taxes
and the adoption ol our other principle,
could L'et net our sumiort. The demo
cratic party is changing rapidly in it
Hieas auout our piunomi. t ney win
come to fear us in the filtv-scconrl con
grcss more than ever before. The demo
cratic party will be on trial in that con
'We no not hope to hrenk down cither
party, but hoie and expect that one or
Dmn panic win see me necrifsiiy 01 com
ing to our relief. I liclieve the democratic
platform of lHUJ will include nil the
plnnkt of our St. Louis plntform of
A WIVKtiD PARTNKK,
Col. folk Man a Private Mecrelar
Who Masr Hear Walchlnar.
Prom the Atlanta Constitution.
It now npiiear thnt all the trouble
among alliance leader is due to the mil-
hinntions of KiltrtihouK, President
I 'oik's troublesome secretary.
This man was traced to the Iront door
of James 0. Blaine's residence, in Wash
ington City, three or four dnys after the
niMienraiicr of the Washington Post in
terview, in which Kittcnhousc said thnt
tlie illume reciprocity idea was acccpta
blc to the alliance and he was not far
out of the way on silver, and that if he
would come a little nearer to the alliance
platform on other matters, the farmers
would not have an unkind feeling for
The whole storv hns been brought out
by a communication signed by sixteen
members of the investigating committee,
and handed to President I'oik by Colonel
lievcrly, of V irginia.
Craven county will have democratic
county officers for the next two years.
This is because the men elected by repuh-
cans couldn't Rive their official bonds.
The New Heme Journal says:
"Democrats, keep your names off the
bond of republican." was the war err
alter the election, and the result was the
republicans failed to present satisfactory
tunas ana democrats nave been appoint
ed to fill the vacant positions."
It is unofficially learned at Kaleiuh
that there will be hat little if anv neces
sity tor an increase 01 taxation.
t'nder the new census North Carolina
stands eighteenth in point of increase
anil seventeenth In point of population
among the states.
The Notla consolidated iron, marble
and talc company, of Kinsry and Cul
berson, Cherokee county, will soon be
quarrying marble extensively.
There are now five gold mines in on-
erntion in Ilurke county. One of them,
that at llrlndletown, has been actively
worked for nearly a century and hot
Knnned out gold dust by the bushel.
lorgnnton Herald. By the what t
A Charlotte telegram sari: T. I. Sim
mons, of this county ordered a negro,
-.Ulan tiiimer, wno was cutting wood on
Mr. Simmons' farm to ston. Upon his
refusal to do so Simmons got his gun,
and returning shot him dead, Simmon
Twenty yenra ago, or even ten years
luce, the word ' Christmas" would call
to mind forests and fields wrapped In a
snowy garb, and sleds gliding over the
fro sen surface. How little like genuine
old Christmas day have been the past
nve t-nnstmns aaysi i ne sun nns shown
brightly, temiering the chilling breese
nn almost ma King out ol inrtatmas day
a lovely day of May. Winston Daily,
There Is much talk In Raleigh of an
Urged shortage In the guardian fund M
Charles D. Dpchnrch, clerk of the Wake
superior court, who went out of office
Monday. Unchurch la a reoubllcan.
There are all sorts of rumors as to the
extent of the shortage, many putting it
at g io.uuu, tne amount Kir arnica tne
official bond is given. A careful invest!-
? ration of the affair of the office is now
n progress. Several suits hi behalf of
wards have been entered. It hi stated
that the Oeardian-Pnnd bookscannot be
found. Upcburca held the office twelve
8. I R. mean Simmon Liver Regula
THB "STARVINO" INDIAN.
Coins; lhort on Food ao that Anna
Ma be Bought.
Prom the Philadelphia Time.
Peter Hancock, who has a ranch about
thirty miles from the Sissrton Agency,
S. I)., was in this city on his way to New
Vork. Mr. Hancock, in Bjieaking of the
Indian troubles, said :
"I know well that tbeRosebub Indians
are in for trouble. Tbey have been buy
ing guns and ammunition for the last
twelve mouths us fust as they could.
"Where did they get the money ?" Mr.
Hancock was asked. "They did not
have any and did not need anv, but have
you not rend the hnrrowing tale of their
hunger und starvation and all that? I
tell you it is all humbug. They have
rations from the agency good food, far
better than many of the settlers can
get at times. Some of them have hones,
but where does nil this go ? toucan go
out tliere and find some of them without
a blanket even, I grant you, but why ?
Simply becuuac they have for over two
years, to my anowieage, taxen rations,
clothing, horses, almost all they had,
and exchanged them lor arms, until now
you can find a Winchester mid lots of
powder and shot where you will not see
a crust ot bread.
tTANLEV A KIND OF PIRATE
Had He Acted at He a aa on I -and
There would be Trouble.
Prom tk" New Vork Post.
The great guilt of llarttelot'satrocities
seems to have lain in the fact that he was
endangering the success of the expedition
and disolieying his chiePsordcrs, not that
he was committing murder under the law
of nntions. The truth is that from the
legal point of view no sucliexpcditionsas
Stanley's have been permitted or fitted
out since the davs of the buccaneers on
the Spanish main. If these men hntl char
tered a ship and simplv ravaged the Afri
can coasts, they would, when they got
home, have been brought to triul with
out any doubt for the slaughter which
they acknowledged thry bad committed.
I ne captain ana owner oi an itngiisn
brig was tried in Australia some years
ago for simply carrying a war party of
natives against tueir eiiemie, ii an ac
cessory to murder. In fact, we feci little
doubt that if an exjicdition like Stanley's
had been on shipboard and had sent
home accounts ol its doings as it pro
ceeded, a mnn-of-wnr would have been
despatched lor its capture. Why arc
tilings permitted on snore wlueli would
lie peremptorily stopped on the sea ?
The colored Man at the North.
Prom the Charleston New and Co- rlcr.
The recent census show, says Mr. Tur-
ple, that in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Il
linois alone there ore nliout 250,000 col
ored eople, who huve liccn "citizens"
for nearly a quarter of a century. "Vet
in these states no colored man has ever
been elected (a nnr department of the
sttite government. There ha lieen not
only "no proportional division" of the
offices; "there has been no division at
all." The colored man "has been de
prived of iwrticipatinn in official prefer
ment," and hns "no chance" ol sucli pre
ferment now. And what Senator Tur-
pie said of the suppression of the colored
rniT in the states he named admits of far
Take! Take! Tnkc Simmon Liver Reg
ulator for dyicsia, constipation and
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 25.
You are invito! to call every
Store and examine our Htock
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
f Silver NoveltieH,
LA Diamonds. Jewelry.
II ARTISTIC POTTER
SILVERWARE NOVFXT'KS, URIC A IIRAC, Vc.
Some people nay that it i'h beautiful, Home nay that it in
finer than ever before. YOl'lt
StikTll CAKoUXA FOLKS.
Rev. Inmrs A Weston has tcmnora
rilv accrntrd a position aa assistant min
istrr at Trinity church. New Vork. He
lies not propose to leave Hickory.
Miss Mnen!e McDowell, of Charlotte.
sister ol Mayor F. U. .McDowell was
mnrned recently to Baron Von Miiltinhn,
of tfcrmnny. "the marriafre occurred in
N. R. Youna. for two years manauer of
the Western I nion telcuraiih comimnr
at Raleish, has resinned to do to
Washington, and is succeeded by obn R.
Brown, of the latter city.
Rev. I. 8. Dill, nnstor of the Bant 1st
church at GoMsboro', goes to Los Aiiffe
les, Cnl., to tnkc charire of a church, nnd
Rev. Prank Dixon, of Oakland. Cnl.. is
called to be pastor of the New Berne
A mmm of tartar hahlna sovdM. Hlirarst
of all la banaln strraatn U. a. norern
anat a .port. Aaaust IT, laaa. lalyaiMlly
FOR BALK VKRV CHKAP.
aa HnanMef TTaaatt. . .
A tUhftmt Chain.
A I .and arv.yor' Cosspaa.
A HXMbot atnl Tap.
n DWTOOI BHfl TIM.
Half dn Laval Booka,
taeetoe aatll Tkarsda at I. ft. O. oAIms.
deratst T, H. BOMAI. ,
Is the Orion tal sulultuioii,
knowing that good health
OTiiiiot exist without a
hra!!hy Liver Whon tha
Liver is torpid tho Bow
els are sluggish hrnl rnn
stitiaied, tho li V
iu the stoirnc!: i:
pesled, poisoni: ; '
Wood; frequent 1 -.' 5
onsues ; a feelitii v i
" tudo,' despondon ,
nervousness indW w
tho whole pystr. i. ' t
ranged. Simmcm ... -Regulator
has b. " ;'
means of restoring i ' r:
people to heal tli
happiness by giving . i
a heulthv liver tha:: r : j
ageney Known on m. :h.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficavy
NCVCRJ ItlM OlMPPOINTCa.
It MflUiB to te almost ptfrtVet ourr T
Ql ibe Mloniswh and How.,
He not impnacd upon!
HiiimitH' to t that vou iri't the cm nine,
I'lutlnttutithcil Iruni all fmuiln and imitiitionK
hv our ml Z tr.iilt-iitnrk on front of Wriut
iHr, nnit on the aide the seal and nature of
j. n .ruin k wo,
W.A.Bi.aiu. J.V. Uitowx
No. 3 Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR SOLO STAND
We are now rvndy, and in
vito our friciidH tmd the pub
lic tfwioi'nlly to rull unci ex
Hinine our well Helccted Ktock
Which we ore offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
it HjKH-ml feature. CuIIh at-
tendtsd day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
day ut the lending Jewelry
OPINION is reueHted.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
HOLIDA Y NEWS !
That, we have the Lurfst
and Ilet Heleetd Htock of
HOLIDAY BOOKS ,
in binding from thecheapeHt
to tree calf. Hi line Popular
Authorn in netn for the Chil
dren, older Children, and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all rn dcH. I'rnyers and
H.vninalH, Gold Perm, &c.
Can't lie beat for Dolls,
'1 ho new Souvenir of AhIio
ville. J. N. Morgan & Co.,
ItookHellern, Stationei'H, &:.
INSURE YOUR PROPIRTY WITH
E. J, ASTON,
Uciicral i Insurance i Agent.
Rear No. 80 aoath Mala stmt.
Batalillahcd 1M0O. A.h.Tlll., N. C.
ann 61 1
HTHE BEST KNOVVK 'REMEDY.
IniMtln ltn5lar, vllhunl fain.
aT 1 1 lr Ti.nl (irlctum. (Jutunliw
1 "M acrid or anMinu ntMliiprna, anil
VJI 1 1 irnarnlMHl ahanluuilr harmlm..
prranrllwd by puMloUn.. )
r1arrW 4ftHh Vnill. Prlmil
Sold lr Hraawiata, ! "
; , ., , f 4LbI b . .
RAYMR laiTHj AMtVttil, IL 0,
For a Hhort time w are
able to offer
to puHiUNern. We have a
a litt le' off Btylo" at ext reme
ly low rateH. Now in your
opportunity for a great bar
gain. WEAVER MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
Real Estate Agent
AND LOAN RKOKKR.
3 NORTH MAIN ST., I MORGAN'S BOOK STORE
Money loaned and well ttrcnrrd at 8 per cent
Real Kutntc bought nnd aold at publie nnrt
private ialc Rmta mllectefl. I conducted a
Ki-al I'atate anil Auction bunlncaa in Chnrlra
ton. K trn yenra, and will Ke prompt
nttrniKin to an misinra" pin in nty cnaruv,
Ktiffllaita and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad ATcnne.
MRS. BURGWYN MA IT LAND, . PRINCIPAL
ll'urmany yrara Aaanclate Priiirlpal of Ml
Vernon InntHutr, flaltimore.)
Aaalated uy a uurpa of contpenteni teacbert
Inminnrvn . nvTiinT
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
f If you have any Noae. Throat or Lung
On appllvttUun I will arud a pamphlet
deacriptlvc of Aahevllle and nlao the In ' '
hnlfnK treatment Irer with Hal ol uea- '
tion to l nnawcrcd Ity Ihe patient'
when itnlcrinit Hume Treatment, ThluT
t rent men t la ua rdrctive n the oftict T
(II'HICH NO. U.I PATTON AVIiNI'lt,
t Anh. vlllc. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D, t
CAUTION SrattVJM SSgiB
ku kla aauae aaa prtr. ataaar4 aa awf.
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMtN.
Via Calf aaa Laaaal Wunsnaf Oral a.
iraiMwa aa marts qaalllkai of Oil. akn
mav na laoaiaaaa off
. naaal.s Haaavwaa, aa Haw aai
v BwquilM tor and doreblltty.
m OaVarMr W.ll I. la Mili
S"Pl'rt . .
34 iic;faa'a um m isj i mni ssfi
a for rallroM an, rarain Mo.
all aaad. la Ooohm, Uutio aa4 taas.
- aw -mm - aw waiwMW Vflt
kaw bmm vmat favqrmbly r lad Mae teuwdwwai
and via ramal Impmvacnanla Mfea Mm wpiilist
to any ahnaa anlti ai ttumm nrlcttm.
. Aafc rtur iMialar. and If ha oaanol atrpphr ftm Mi
FOR tAI.R BY
WEAVER A MVERH.
M. Ban. Hoc. C. B. Bng'r Cor,, b.li.N.
W HUTU I lli ! U mJ U ttl ai
PETrtXRD & KING,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And 4 en era I Contractors.
Kitierta In eltv wnrka, topograph leaf and
plain aarveya of ettiea and titwnat elriMjrnn.
J"siii-". .ita uiivnuupa hum cRiimnit-a in'manm
or railway water aupply and waffiRf aya
rtHnltletThf local lod and eonat rue lion
of railway and concrtt pavvmruU,
. P. O. Boa Vm. . , ,
Offltv: Hrcond floor In Grand ' Oiicra Moaaa.
nor UW dflm -
FISH AND OYSTERS
" CONSTANTLY ON HANUl '
J. E.REEH & CO., '
No. io Court Square.
MiKiarr-. i.i f . i . .,
MfFIREM W YOUTHFUnRTOwT7"
Lost saaahood, tartjr drcay, He. Jrtaa
m a aoaM tnatls lr, b; aditmaiaa a M
tow nnnr, ' C. W, LBBK,
' f. O. Bos Roaaoka, Va.
uwvi i j1
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
J In io Feel of 'Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A morirrn nrat class hotel. Hot and roM water alKiphath. and toilet on every floor.
Itlectrlc liell. In every room. H'n lire In office and grate. In tied room. Office, dlnlns
room lunch counter, dKr and new. .land and bar and billiard room oa nrmt floor. Klcc
trie atreet car. pa door every 20 minute.. Klchtnond and Unnvlll. railroad eatlna houc.
'iO minute for meal.
RATHB, a.oo PER DAY.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON, Props
J. M. RaVAN nnd WAI.TKR HRKF.N, Clerk.
FOR THIS SALi; OF LEAF TOBACCO,
SMITH ROLLINS Proprietory
We aell all tnhacroa at 3 cr cent, commlaalon, while or tnarkcta are vbarffmii Irom U!
to 3 per cent. comtniaMltin.
To the Tobacco I Ma titer of Weal cm North nmlnta and Kant Tenneaaee:
Our mnrket htu fullv opend and price nrv good, eiKviully on common ftradea, nnd ne
ndviae curly ahlpment on nil common KTItdea. HavInK the laritcat, lH-t liirhttd wnrehouac
in Weatern North Camll n, and corai ctcnt em pi uvea, we ttunrnntee aatinint tion. Thnnkinx,
you for pat patronaKC nnd ho.pln.tf by bard work and fair dra inK. wc arc, your truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Parity.
Wc deliver to all porta of the city oar own Bottling Hi port Beer nt
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
our beer I kept at a trntiicrnturr of 40 ririirra and w guarantee jroa a frr.h article at
all time. THB TRAIIH KlII'I'LlHn pKOM
WINE AND . LIQUOR . STORE
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
,. 4. Rt.ort.sr, M...r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. r
-FOR 8ALK BY-
AHhevlllc, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
SpcHal HHiiltHriuiu for Dlacaaca of the Luna; nd Throat.
I'ine. tiurc hrlnhlna wnter from M untaln
with Htr main I'erfect avNiem of II
Ntrlclly H-illc. Hot Water llrntlnx HNtein
tnc anil nicani unina anu iioucnc. nirvatun. Hlcctnc I.IKRU and tlelli, open Fire.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
HI'KCIAL lUHT WHI1N NHUUHII.
Vroroaliinnl arrvki oillonnl with patient., and at moderate rate
Prices for Hoard and Room 9IU SO to 91H per week.
for iwrllculur. nddrea.
KARL VON RICK, M. D.,
A.hevllle. North Carolina.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN ' HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Alan. Inlile lonrd r" run lie accommodated. Htreet cars paa the door. Onea from 0
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The appointment, nf the kona are conducive to health nnd comfort.
Elevator. ' Klcctrlci'ty. ' Steam Heat. i
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& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
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