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LEADING PAPER TRAVELS
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS
OP MILES BETWEEN SUN
RISE AND SUNSET, AND ON ALL
THE RAILWAYS, RIVERS,
ROADS, AND CROSS ROADS,
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AN1
WEST. IT IS UP AND AWAY UK
FORE THE COMMERCIAL
TRAVELER HAS IIKEAK"
Cincinnati Cummerclul Ouit'lle.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO
Thb Daily Citizbn, lcmocratic, la published
every afternoon leicept Kunduyl at the fal
lowing rale. .irjt-iu' caaa.-
Ooc Year ,
THB DAILY CITIZEN
I on sale at the following- placet In Ashcville:
BATTBKY I'AKK NBWS STAND.
GLBN KOCK NBWS STAND.
MOUBL CIGAR STORB, PattoD Are.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1890.
Turn Over a Mew Leaf.
Let as have iome style about us! Tlic
best is nunc too good for Ashcville.
Docs the Salvation army own thin
city ? or the court house ? Or does the
court house belong to the people ? We
have already commended the work ol
the Army, but it should not I given ir
missioa to hung a banner ucross the
front of the court house, branding a pub
lic building with the trade mark of a lew
individuals. Some one's ideusneed clear
ing up on these points.
Devoting the public square to the sale
of kinck-knacks is brlittlcing a public
park, making of it a picayune plaything,
affording an excuse for not cleaning it to
stav cleaned. It might be a beauty spot:
it is now a running sore half the time.
There is not much style about Cotton
avenue these days. If the gutters were
properly cleaned in a few places not a
great job some barrels of mud and
water would run off and the street
would again assume some ol the usects
of a public thoroughfare. There arc
other streets in much the same condition
Considering that this a fashionable re
sort, there is very little style about a
lot of canvas-buck shanties generally
down at the heel and uot decorative
at the best. An earnest and costly clfort
is being made by manv owners ol busi
ncss blocks to give t hem attractive fronts
with good sidewalks, free from chicken
coops and cabbage, (.ct the improve
ment be uniform. There's money in
neatness and cleanliness.
Overhead wires and electric light poles
hideous things are becoming too
plenty in Ashcville. If another new com
pany gets the next contract for lighting
the city will it be .tllow cd to put up an
other set of poles and wires? and bow
long then before the streets will lie lined
with burkless, limbless trees, uiipuinted
uud crooked ?
This is a show town, the the gem ol
all the mountains, but the setting is nut
altogether worthy of the jewel.
Let us buve some style about us!
To Mr. Danforttt.
The Wilmington Messenger says that
"Elliot F.Duulurth, treasurer of the state
of New Vork, has been in Raleigh for a
Hav or two. It is rumored there that bis
visit here and to other southern states is
in the interest of David D. Hill, of New
York, and the presidential boom of the
Mr Dun forth 's duties as treasurer ol
the great state of New York have led him
far ahcld, but if, in making up the ac
counts of this neighborhood with the Em
pire State, he catches sight of a flea thai
will fit Mr. Hill's fur he would best cap
ture bim. It may serve to drive out a
certain bee that has had Mr. Hill's confi
dence for lol these many months.
Mr. Hilt is a good democrat though
he trains with bud company when he
hob-nobs with the C. A. Liana brand ol
political architecture but down this
way the primaries have already declared
for Cleveland. Mr. Hill has our permis
sion to go into the senate and let us bear
from him occasionally, but the southern
democracy has tied up to a man they
have tried and uot found wnnting. His
name is not spelled with an H. und prob
ably will never be.
By tbc way, republican editors in
North Carolina who like to make it in
teresting for Tim Citizkn, would do well
to cat out the foregoing and hare it
bandv. If Hill should be nominated
these few brief remarks would make
mighty exciting rending for them nnd
Turn lh RsMcalt) Out.
The Salem Press says thut a mud dog
played havoc among stock in the Cool
Spring neighborhood a few weeks since.
"He bit a valuable horse belonging to
Dawson Sink. The bone died a few days
ago. John Stewart lost three cows from
the same canse." And yet we suppose
toe Cool Springers will go on raising
two cent dogs to kill $100 bones. And
come to think of it, it is a very cold day
in convention time that one cannot see
from half a dozen to a doien worthless
curt around the squat right here in
Ashcville. They snooze on the sidewalks
and In many other ways take liberties
that would put a human being in jnil
for attempting to assume.
Let us have some style about us.
Incfllcicnt Mail atorvlco
Complaint arc made to Tub Citixbn
of the Inefficiency of the mail service on
the Dncktowu branch of the Western
North Carolina railway. Letters and
papert arc very frequently put oft at
wrong stations, marked "mlsaent" and
returned to their proper destination In
bundle! days after they should bar been
delivered, and, of course, much annoy
ance and serious damage to business at
" weO, an result of tbes Inexcusable:
Uaaders. Tbs attention oftbe anlhori-
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 23. 181)0.
ties is called to this matter, and if ru
mors can be verified, an investigation
can easily locate the cause of complaint.
A citizkn complains in a letter printed
elsewhere thut Ashcville did not (In her
duty to the delegates and herself during
the convention. Perhaps not. Hut our
correspondent's point thut the city did
not prepare onv advertising matter is
not well founded. Tiik Citizkn published
a very handsome illustrated paper on
the attractions of Ashcville and its suli
urbs that sold well and for which there
is still a demand.
Will it do tocullGreensborollogtown
or Swineville hereafter? One hundred mid
thirty-three icnplc ot that burg voted for
the hogpen in the niiilst of them und only
twenty-one against it. Sonic iwoplc
have odd tastes.
Ah, If we had hud tin's weather for the
From the Kalrlxh News nnil observer.
We do not wonder, that by a concen
sus of the Iwst opinion Ashcville is now
reckoned one of the most agreeable of
winter resorts, while her natural ml van
tunes combined with the conveniences
and luxuries that her enterprising citi
zens have placid within the casv reach
ot visitors entitle "our city in tne bkv
to rank with the most attractive i
America. Her rapid march in wealth, in
population and in the nciiiirenicnt ol
those things which minister to tne com
fort nnil enjoyment of life is a good guar
antee that her progress is on a substan
tial loiiiiuniioii nun uiiortiB u veiinui
basis for the anticipation that before the
end of the ccnturv she will lie recognized
as holding a uiiiiuc position among I In
most nourishing cities ol our country.
Home Uood wilt t ome of II.
Prom the Iiurhatn Sun.
The Ashcville Intcr-stiitc immigration
convention was a notable gathering in
many rcsiects. There was a great deal
of disgusting and unnecessary discus
sion. Sensible men grow weary of such
harrangiics, and no good is accomplished
hv such methods. Ilul good judgment
unci wise suggestions prevailed at times
and while manv lent ures ol the conven
tion apiearctl as a complete farce, still
wc are of the opinion that much good to
southland will lie the result.
l-'rom the Cli.irlottc Chroiil.lc.
If the Ashcville convention smvecilid
in effecting a scheme to get lower iiniui
gration railroad rates to the south, it
did a good work, and it was not possible
lor it to nave unite very much more.
1.1: 7 ri:ns rnu.i rim ri: n.i:.
Eiiitok Tiik Cirii x : Now that the
southern inter-state immigration is a
thing of the past so far as at present
Ashcville is concerned let us ijiiestion our
selves and sec what our business men
have done to further their own interests
or benefit our section.
There was a remarkable absence of
anything in the way of advertising our
city or the business of our merchants.
Points way down in Texas had their
representatives here with every form and
description of printed and illustrated
mutter showing what advantage that
section oll'eml. I'loiiilu, Louisiana, Geor
gia, Mississippi, Kentucky, in fact nearlv
all the stales had advertising matter ol
some sort; where did North Carolina,
and especially Ashcville come in? Aside
from a lew circulars laud some ol them
from other parts of the slate I there w is
nothing whatever to make known to
these gentlemen what inducements wc
could olfcr. These were no ordinary men
who buve been with us. Inn business
men, men looking out for the best
interests of the whole South, with
a siwtml view to the benefit ol
their own section, selected hv their v
eral states and counties liecniiscof their
known fitness to liesicak the advant
ages of their resiective localities, and
men who could and would appreciate
whatever wus good and heautilul in this
glorious Western Carolina.
It was an opportunity almost of n life
time tor our people, and I fail to see a
single instance where they seem to have
appreciated this fact as far as mak
ing kniA'n our resources is con
cerned. Then, too, what was done
for them socially? It is true the un
fortunate weather had something
to do with this on the first day of the
convention, but as tar as the wnter
knows, and he circulated with the dele
gates very freely, but tew of our citizens
called uMn any of these gentlemen to ex
tend a welcome nnil wish them success.
The hours of the convention mny nlso
have licen inconvenient to business men,
but we invited the largest body of rep
resentative men ever assembled in the
south, or least this section ol it, to come
nnd visit us.nnilnsnurgiieststhey should
hnve received some titling recognition. I
am not disposed to lie a cronker, hut nt
a time like this when so many or.
tunitics presented themselves it seems a
lack of enterprise and want ol hospitality
that so little was done to make than
feel at home.
Onk Who I.ikikkk fom IIktti r Ji imi-
A Whlitemore Republican
Hiiitor Tim Citizkn: I have saw in
your pnier where you have Ix-cn try
ing to make out a report of memliers of
house nl representatives. I wish to say
you have mnde an error in the one from
Yancey co. You say the one from Yancey
wasj. K. Robertson a democrat. You have
mnde a mistake or either been trying to
gain one. His name was V. A. Koliert
son, a true republican. He says he has
lieen a democrat but says he 'saw where
he was wrong" in politics. Now, Mr.
Editor, if I am a boy 13 yenrs of age I
cunseesiicn mistimes as that, lie so
kind and good as to give us republicans
what belongs to us.
I am a republican because it s the poor
man's party and every man's party who
wants to do any good to his country.
Yours as ever, m. a. whittkmokk.
Bnrnnrdsville, Dunconilic Co., lcc. 12.
A Wtalttemor) Democrat.
Editor Th k Citizkn: I thought I would
write you a few lines in regard to politics
on Big Ivv. The radicals are mighty
sparsely settled here and I reckon it is
that way all over tbc United States from
the looks ol the sweeping democracy
which has swept over our county recent
ly. My brother says be is a republican,
Due I aon t oeiieve ne win noia out long.
Ha is too weak and his party, too. to do
much. I believe this alliance is a good
thing. Papa says it is just a democratic
trick. When I tell papa to be a good old
democrat be just hardens his heart and
stiffens bia neck and won't be one at all.
I will close by saying, Hurrah for de
mocracy in the year oftbe Lord 18021
u. o. wii ittkmohb.
Bamardsvllle, Buncombe Co., Dec. )6.
I am 13 can of age.
IX AO A1 77 CAROLINA.
b.il.'i.rli ('ti,-finteli: Nearly nil of the
stock desired has lieen secured1 for csluli-
lishing an immense cotton tnctnry ami a
great fertilizer factory here.
The Horner School I Oxford I cadets
recently debated the question: "Should u
student have a sweetheart ?" and decided
it in the allirmotivc, of course, but those
who took the negative side arc marked
Murphy llulletin: John II. Hyatt, of
llrasstown, was here the other day with
a wauon and team of mares. One of the
marcs is positively known to be '.'1 years
ol ngc. She will nave a con in April ik-m
which will make fifteen she has given
Highlands Star: The llamburghacad
emy, containing about one hundred stu
dents, is presided over by Rev. A. 15.
I'inckard, formerly of Alabama, assisted
by three teachers.' Sermons by ministers
of different denominations arc delivered
three S induys in each mouth.
Hamburg correspondent Highlands
Star: Parties from Georgia smuggled
whiskey into this place, and a young
man of the name of Morse, while passing
a drunken group near the academy, was
assaulted with knives, receiving live
wounds in his back and shoulders, which
though very painful are not considered
dangerous." Two ierso'is were arrested
lor the assault.
Mr. J. II. Stockton and associates
have purchased a tract of land, contain
ing !ili4 acres, on Fancy Gap, in Surry
county, with a view of lilting up the
same torn beautiful summer resort. Robt.
T. Harris, of Surry, has sold his tract ol
laud, on which is situated the famous
"lievil's len," for $4.0110 to n company
from Ohio. The purchasers will begin to
improve the lands at once Winston
Charlotte Chronicle: E. I. I.ntta,
president of the 4 C's, has closed a trade
with Col. Wm. Johnston for the largest
single deal in real estate ever made in
Mecklenburg county. Mr. I.atla pur
chased for the company all of the laud
lying lietwccn the 4 C's property south
lift lie city and the graded school, nnd
which was owned by Col, Johnston. The
amount paid in cash for the property was
$'.'.", 1 KM).
Greensboro I Hmih ktiU : Asyndiealcof
Virginia and northern capitalists have
purchased several large tracts of laud in
Gnstou and Cleveland counties which
contain nine miles of ore veins of the
finest manganese. The ore is identical
with the celebrated Lincoln county ore.
in fact In-iiig 11 part ol the same lead. The
gentleman also informed us that the syn
dicate had divided toloculclhcir furnaces
in Charlotte as they could have the ore
delivered there at twenty-five tents per
I'liev CuhI none).
I'p.ill the New Yolk Weekly.
Mr. Closelist "Good illuming. parson.
Has the Mckinley bill a flirted your busi
ness any!'" Parson "Verv materially.
There arc fewer buttons in the contribu
From I. ile
"The court "Would you Is-licvc this
man on oath!'" Paddy O'Rally "Not
ouliss lie swore lie sjwiitc he wor lyin",
Taken at Mix Word.
l-'rum tin- I'licucnclc Itlfittrr.
"Well, good-by, ileal nephew. If you
should happen to be in want of money,
you can write to me." "Here is the let
ter now, unvle, if you will lie so kind."
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 2o.
You are invited to enll every day a the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our stock ol
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
Ff Silver Novelt.e,
SILVERWARE NOVELTES, BRIC A 1IRAC, &C.
Some people say that it is beautiful, some say that it is
finer than ever before. YOUR OPINION is requested.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mix It With lira I iih.
From th Charlotte Chronidc.
Printer ink in like Ir. Koch lymph; you
have to know how to une It, to cure aluw
iMiavuniptlon, 1ry rnt. tnoMlmcklm, uttngl
ncM, and M'lhhneiiii
Junta Fnlr Ml art.
l-'rom the kulrlfjh Chronlrtc.
The tropic of ANhcvillc arc wltlc awake, en
r rue tie nnil proi-tr rmlve. nnd Iwltrvc that the
the irrnwth of their place hnit jiit lieKun,
It I di-Kilncd to -trow ru-htr and greater.
Al I he ChrlMtiiiHH Tree,
'1 wonilcr how thry PcraU'hcd
many prcscnln." "Oh, with
A cream of tartar haklnir powder. HIk"ci
of all In IrannlnR utrrngth U. H. (Jocm-
mcnl Report, August 17. imhh. iui- uni j
By Mrs. M. C. Stockton.
COMPOKTAItl.B HOONia. (tool) TABI.H.
No. fl f'llnt Street. Aahcvllle, N. C.
JJOOMa WITH BOARD.
Suite of nlrelr famished rooms with board
unliable for a Rrntlrman and wife i also ma
sle rooms, la a small private family of adults,
at NO. 7S BAILUY BTHHBT.
I Th Creat Cocoa of Europs, I
Th Coming "Ons of America,
TVflWow, Strmuthtnlng to Ike Aim
Tea and coffee cheer but do
not nourish. They even leave
an injurious effect upon the
nervous system. Indeed, there
is no beverage like
"BEST4 GOES FARTHEST"
It stimulates and nourishes as
none other, leaves no bad
effects and is a flesh-former
of the most approved type,
rr- yah HotJTr.su cocoa ("one.
triril.tlwaya used"). Th ilrons mar take
It with aleaaara and Ike weak with
latitualty. The ascltlna; eaVeta er tea
mil eosVe are obviated by lie steady
use, and nervous disorders are re
lieved Bad prevented. Drllcloae to
llieliule. "lmrsesl uileln the world."
AHK FOIt VAX IIOVTES'SJ AXD
W.A. Blaih. J. V. Brown.
No. 39 Pattou Avenue,
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We ii iv now iviiily, iintl in
vito our frii'iiils nnd tin ub-lii-P'ncrnll.v
to mil mill ex
amine our well rii'livlotl stork
Which wc lire offerinunt rork
liuttoni priees. rmliTtiikiiig
a KMviul feature. Calls a
teiuleil day or night.
Telephone, tla.v 7", night o.
BLAIR & BROWN.
ANIHV varifutlv prepnrtd liy Irail-
inu immlicrM of the Awhi'ville Itui, (on
tifirnt imrvhmrnl nnd hrnvv tmt imiK-rt. cv-
crtnK all inwmtni y point-, .ut out uihI now
on tmir nl tne mmi' 01 Mir kadiii.i'h-kknk
I'rHl.ltHilKU Co . Nn North Court Knunre.
That we have the Largest
nnd Rest selected stock of
in bindings from the cheapest
to tree culf. Rig line Popular
Authors in sets for thr Chil
dren, older Children, and ev
NICK LINE BIBLES,
all grades. Prayers anil
Hymnals, Gold Pens, tVe.
Can't be beat for Dolls,
rl ho new Souvenir of Ashe
villo. New work by Di'iiminoiid,
'Pax Vobiiscuiii,' justin
J. N. Morgan & Co.,
Rooksellers, Stationers, &v.
Ily virtue of a tired of tra.t esnnted liy
lohn t Cameron to me a. tru.tee hearing
date the lata day of lirremlier, Ikh.1. ami
resl.tered In the olftet of the KesiNter of
ucetl. of Hunromhe eounty, North Carolina,
In Bonk 4 of murtfinKe. and deAta of trust
on pace. 4S7 and 4GN, tlrfntilt having heen
mnde nnd demand upon me having lieen made
a. required, I will .ell the land described In
.aid deed of truitt at puhllc auvtloa to the
hlgheat bidder for ca.h at the court houar
door In A.hevllle In anld county on Mondav,
the ilild day of liecembcr, 11)0, at til o'clock
Raid land la .Itunted In the esstarn nortlon
of A.hevlllt on Hollywood street, near Col
irn street, aotoininf lanus oi r. m. Miller.
Mrs. Long. Mrs. II. O. Hteel. and others, ana
contains nine-tenth, of an acre, more or leas.
aovJV oJUt A. T. ai'MMHY, Trastas.
. WEAVER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Pntton Avenue.
ASniiVIU.K, - - - s. c.
Wc titkc pk'UHurc in ntinoiiiHiiiti to our pat'
ron, nnd to nil vhnc purpose It i to make
ntnc ilcnr fritnrt or rclnllve happy on Christ.
mm morning by the prrwntntlun of nn ele
gant gift, that have now a full line of Ihr
Uncut goods ever brought to this market.
tlur spcclttlty embraces:
I'.cntH' gold and xilvcr wntclitM.
I.ndio' line gold watches,
Jewelry of everv description.
Marble, bronr nnd walnut cnliincl clocks
holti,w and Hut lilvrrwrnr, gold nnd silver
head emirs, gold ans nnil pctlcils, optical
goods, Arc, Kec.
All these goods arc of the very licst make
anil (ditaincd Ironl first class mnniifacturcrt
Wc will nieel eoinHtition by olll ring nrtl
eles tsysuiicrlor iualit,v and intend to kevp to
our lioitsr its long established autl uncttilvo.
cal chnrartrr for slrnighlforwaril dialings.
Wc resK'ctbilly solicit n vail.
!tuccvNMir toC. Con ail I
dctlildlw i'7 I'ATTON A VMM H.
KliA I. liST ATI. Atll-'NT AM l.t IAN HKlK liK
Ni. ,l North Mn in Mtrrtt.
Ilnd in .vcitrtt miHTirncc In thm tiiiMim-Min
Charlt'Mtnti, S t'.
Kfit-r to l-'irnt NHtionnl Hank, Ntitmil
Hunk uf AHhrvlllr. nml Mfnlt-ni Ciirtii.nn
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
t If you have any Nime, Throat or l.ung
T tin npplicntiiin I will send a Miinphlet
T descriptive of Aslicville nnd nlso the In-1
haliug trrutmrnt frtT with Hat of que.
tlona to be answered by the patient f
T when ordering Home Treatment. This
treatment la ua effective as the office t
OI'FICK-NO. 2(1 I'ATTON AVBNl'B,
Ashcville, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. I
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
Visit irs and Resident, will And thla a moat
chnrmlng and attractive stopping place.
MBNAl'.H ANII Ct'lHINB UUt'AL TO Till!
E. H. NIES,
LATH WITH OKIJtIONICO.
FISH ANII (IOT1S,
CONSTANTLY ON HANI),
J. E. REED & CO.,
No 10 Court Hquarc.
ovtatat il vr
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( V. M. C. A. R00M1 )
Open dally, tsrept DunAatt, from 10 a. ai.
until 1 p. m snd S until T p.
Th terms of snhscrlptloa a ret On year
3i not., II. 80 1 8 mo., til 1 mo.. BUets.i
dally a ct.
Officers for 1 Him-President, Charles W.
Woolsey Vlce-Prealdrnt, Thoa. A. Jonra; Krc.
and Treasurer, It, a. WaUon I Librarian, Ml..
B. J. Hatch.
Clttaens and visitors sre ronllslly Invited
to Inspect th catalogue and Inscribe their
aamce a member. aaflOdtf
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
Loat manhood, early decay, etc., etc., can .
cur a horn treatletjfre, by addresstna; a M
low sufferer, C, W. LBBK,
P. 0, Bos Bid, Roaaok. Va.
In ioo Feet of Central Pawwcner Depot.
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
A modern firat claait hotel. Hot nit cold water nnd'bath and toileta on trtry floor.
ii-.,i.. iu.li. in mnm (Wn Are In office and oratc-a In brd ruomi. OfliiT. dlnlnit
mom, lunch counter, cttcar and new atand
tne atreet cam pan noor ercry .u mmuus. nicumuuu nuu '' ,
20 in in u tea for mcala.
AATESt l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HAaULYBURTONa Prop.
J. m. HRVAN and WALTER GRKKN, Clerk.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietor.
Wc nr II all tolmci-oa nt it per cent, commlaalon, while other market are i-hiirRiitM I'roni UV
to a tcr it'n t. eonimlaaion.
T the Tnltneco Tlnntera of Wcatera North 4.'nrlinH and Hunt Tennewee:
Our tmirkrt hna fullv oprnid und triiT are tfood, ciniuHy on eonimon KrndrK, aart wt
iidvinc enrlv Mhl,imrnt on till common urn lea. Having the lurt'iit, lKt liuhtrd warrhoune
in Western North Cnrtilinn. nnd cotnrtt-nt employca, we Kunrnntee antiirctioii. ThitukiitK
yuu for piiRt putrouiiKC niul hupini; by hard work nnd fnir den inija, we arc. yonrn truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
Aaheville, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Hpccial ttaiiltarluin for DlHeatien or the Lung nud Throat
I'ine. pare lrinkinit wnter from Mountain Hprliin. nnd eonneetltma fttr Ihimmtie pur
MirM will) eitv nifiiim. J'crtivt aynirm of HvKicne. Pluniblnft nnil rVwcrnKr. Koiiar kept
atrit tly Hwptio. lint Wntrr IlrutiiiK Hvntrm nml Thurniinh Vrntiliitltin Hot. l itld, liiw
trie and Ktenni Itnthannd iMitchva. lilevnlort., Kiev trie l.iKhta nnd licit, 0vn Hirea.
FIRST-CUAS3 TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
HI'KCIAL MKT WII I.N NHKMUU.
l'roieiioniil arrvUe o(tionnl with pat lent a, and at moderate rti
I 'ticca for llinnl nnd Moom 91 J .1(1 to 91m rr wxtk,
I'or purlkulnra, atldreaa ,
KARL VON RICK, M DM
Aishevlllc, North Carolina.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Also, table hnnrdcr. can In acmmmiMlatr.1
o'clock a. m. until 111 n'cltH'k rj. 11.
Am trciarrd lur catering nt ahortrat nntlcc
My Celebrated Philadelphia Frle.
Are well known. No one can .uronsa Ikrm. Am proud to aav I have the ant, tanrest
Knnur in Ashrvlllr. Can srrve onlrrs In from .'4 to A minutes, auch as I'lsh. tlnmr. Oyatcra
on the Hall tihell. I'olltc and altrutlve wallers. I'kasrd to serve all. Keautctfully,
li. BTRAeaa, Prop.
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
IPOKMIRLV OAKLASII INN. I
I. located on a commandina eminence overlooking Aahevllle and a sarronaitlna country o
rare Israuty for a radius of thirty miles.
The auuolntmeata of th houa arc condudv to health nnd comfort.
Klcvator.. Klcctrlclty. Steam Heat.
I'or the sdcnllltc treatment of Nervous and Chronic diaraars It Is thonatsSly qalpHed
with all modern appliance Tarkl.h. Human and Kuaalaa Hatha, Blrctrldly, MaaaaK.
Hweilish Movements, all Included in price of room.
The Strtlicnl Mitnntrrment will tsr under the dlrecllun uf Itr. 1 It'. 'trftim mm.ii. th
Jn' kmm Sanatorium, at I'ansville, N. V.
For runner particular, atiiircsa,
MlSft KM 1 1.1
B. H. COSBY,
("Successor to C, Cowan. I
7 PATTON AVENVK,
NliXT IHIOR TO OKANtl CBNTRAL, lll
TIIL, AHIIRVIM.lt. N. C.
Kng;llab aud French
B0AR0IN6 ANO DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LAOIEt AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French tlrosd Avenue.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL.
(I'or manv year Associate Principal of Mi.
Vernon Institute, P)iiittnorc.)
Aastatrd liy a corps f compentrnt teacher
Home Wit pie njrre with Thr Hun 'a oplnlona
atMint mm and thin, and iimr iripM
don't i hut cvervlHHly I thru to vet h'ld of thr
newanatfrr whUii la never dull and
afraid to apeak Ita mmii.
Irtmorrat! anow that for twmtr yi
The Hun haa fnuaht In thr front line fori
ncrntlc prluHplra. never wavrrtnitor weak
enlng In lta lovalty to the truelntrtreta of the
party It arrvea with frarlraa Intelllsrrmv and
dUlnterratrd Ttifor, At tlmra opinion have
dlrlrrril aa to I he brat meana or aceompHih
Inn the common parpiwej It la not The
Hun'i fault if It baa aeen further Into the milt
KlKhteen hundred nnd nlnrtvone will he ft
frreat year In American poll t lea, and every
ioiIt -h on Id rrad The Hun.
Dally, firr moath ... aVo.ftO
any, ier year
ftumiav. iter veae ,
tallv anil ftuhrlav. ner vear...
Pal It and Hun. lay, per month.. ...... 0.70
Weekly, one year ,.,...... I. OO
AtfdrCM THR mVH:
Winter RealdetiM to LrCa
A party deelrlnji to eaUbllah a WINTKR
KHIDUNCU oa the Nortliera tnburba of
Aahertlle eaa make aa dvaataeotM ar
tmiiavmHt for term of ye are, with owner
of borne, Completely farniabed and equipped
and occupied la eanaier only, Apply to
derao dtf CO ft T LAM D AMOS
and bar and bllHard raom on flrat floor. Kiev,
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
BOARD BY THE MMTH, WEEK OR DAY.
Mtrrrt cars pass the door. iia from a
fur Home Parttrs, Halls, etc
All I nak Is
K VAl'liHN, Asthcvllle, N.C
haa his w aaapric. MaatiMd a. aMIaas.
V. L. DOUGLAS
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S3 & 92 SHOES uTifl!.,
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and Ih. racral ImprnvMnaaM sua. asaas saaavsar
to My alHM aola at the, prima.
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