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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1890.
AN ADVERTISEMENT IN A
LEADING PAPER TRAVELS
HUNDREDS OP THOUSANDS
OP MILES BETWEEN SUN
RISE AND SUNSET, AND ON ALL
THE RAILWAYS, RIVERS,
ROADS, AND CROSS ROADS,
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND
WEST. IT IS UP AND AWAY UK
FORE THE COMMERCIAL
TRAVELER HAS BREAK
FASTED. Cincinntiti Cummcrviul Gazette.
THE DA1XY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KEKR PRINTING CO.
Tn It D.n.T ClTIZKN, Democratic, i. putilishcu
every attemooa (except Keinilnvi ut tlir iwl
lawfnx ruteii mthctiy cmaft:
One Yenr jm.oe
Six Month. 3.01)
Three Mouths l.ftn
One Month 511
One Week K.
THK IIAII.V ClTIZKN
Is on sate at the following pirn in A.hevilli
BATTBNY PARK Nltwa RTANII.
GLKN KIK'K NISWS STAND
MOIIKX ClCAK STOKIi. Pulton Ave.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER :I0, 110.
Tun ClTizivN prints IimIhV 11 tliouulit
ful article, from a new point of view, on
the immigration question. We arc not
altogether in sympathy with it, liut
must concede its 11001I intention anil
obvious sincerity, no less than its force
us a logical production.
It seems to ns, however, that the
writer's conclusions proceed from an as
sumption not founded in fact, or, per
haps we should say, the probabilities ol
the situation. It is true that the inimi
grntion convention seemed to fill the
very air, almost, with advancing hosts
of people from all countries and all na
tions. There was a good deal of the
"hurrah, boys" about it. Hut great
bodies move slowly and not rashly, and
our candid opinion is that, so far from
there being probable anything like a
dangerously great immigration into
North Carolina, there will be alltoolittle
In other words, that it was neeessarv, or
politic, to exaggerate the value and im
portance of a lurge immigration into
this and other southern states to so
arouse the people that there might U
means provided to secure any. Talk it
cheap; money is (juitennotber thing ami
immigrants cannot be had withou. the
latter in considerable sums. In short, we
do not look for any verv large, certainly
dangerously large, accessions to the
population of Nurth Carolina in the n.wl
few years as u result of the present ugitu
tion. What might result il there should lie 11
tremendous in llow ol icople from many
sources, foreign as well us rionictuc, is in
teresting to rctlcct upon. It should be re
membea'd, however, that our policy us a
nation has changed materially in the last
five yeurs and we no longer welcome
Chinese, paiiiers and criminals. Some
wide discrimination is already exercised
and it is probably osiljlc to raise the
standard of that, so fur as attracting
K-ople to this state is concerned. Tin-
fact that the recent convention pro
nounced in favor ol taking only the Ijvsl
of the immigrants that land at Caslli
Garden bus already been widely pu
bshed and favorably commented upon.
There are some other rcdcctioiis that
nrc suggested bv our correspondent
mealy letter, and we may return to it
THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION-DO
WECONSIIWK IT WISELY?
Kditok Thb Citizen: One of theleacl
ing topics considered in the recent South
ern Inter-state Immigration convention
was that ol filling up with nil linslo the
void places in the South with a flood of
immigrants introduced, either from for. I
eign parts or from those sections of 011
land where cither population begins to
crowd with oppressive density, or whe
discontent with existing conditions en
forces the urgency of change of hnliitii
tion. And our laud, with its ample
territory, its thin population, its tempei
ate climate, its fertile soil, its tintitilizc
resources, is eagerly presented mid do
iieutly pictured as that laud of promise
where every hope is to bo ri-.ili.. il, where
every expectation is to he gratified
We listened to the arguments advance
to wake thesouthtotheiluiy of Uiterinj
its condition bv the rcudr method of till
iug up its waste places, stimulating il
industries, increasing its wealth, wit
mixed pleasure anil apprehension. Am
what w.-is said ol the thinness of populu
tiou, of the vast area ol still iiunccupic
territory, of the vast treasurers of the
mine, of thestan. ling wealth of the for
est, ol the exuberant fertility of the soil
of the delights ol the climate, we know
to lie true. What if the restless, greedy
or iilini've-i islicil world take us at 0111
word, ami pour ill upon us with over
whelming torrent ? And there is 110 re a
sou whv they should nticstiou the repre-
reutatioiis ol the inducements out-red to
immigrants in all the essentials to human
coinlorl, prosK'rity and contentment
and if the efforts of the zculoiisudvocates
of general immigration inert with sue-
cess, we may expect a tide of population
that will siieedily reverse or disturb
Hut the cpic.-ti.in, Mr. Editor, is
whether there is pressing necessity for
such reversal or disturbance? Are we in
North Carolina sulk-ring to that degre
that calls tor a remedy not inaptly to be
styled heroic? Or if our situation is us
lesierate as senile aile-ct to think il is.
then the remedy that is invoked toclmuge
it is both ilcsicrate and heroic; a remedy
hat, condemning all that exists or is
last, thrusts old ways, old habits, old
iistitutious into the back ground, and
supplants, not supplements, them with
lew H-oples. new habits, new methods.
ltetween the past and the present there
is a conflict raging; and it is moiirntiillv
pparent that victory will lull to the lot
.lie latter. Hie conservatism ol
he past must vield to the eneructic in
sistence ol the former, his the conflict
iet ween youth and age, between hnpt
nil exis-riclicc, liclwccu the new wuvs
that have lieen so splendidly illustrated
i.v the genius ol science anil the potency
I wealth, and the cautious plodding t
the generations who achieved more by
uiusclc than bv brain and who hcaiied up
modest lortune by patient anil prudent
tod rather than iiv daring schemes anil
lucky sieeulaliin. Ilelweeu the two
there is a happv medium, it it could lie
It is not to lie doubted that the present
ige is materially better oil than us prc-
,o one ipiehtious that thv
will still welcome, hut making no fran
tic ellorts to anticipate events and draw
into our borders the horde of foreigners
whom ill judged zeal would hirceuomius
with instincts, habits, training, thoughts,
language ill ussorliiiir with a people
homogenius us time has made us, alike in
thought siieet'h hahit and creed. We pre
fer that in the In tun-, us in the past.
North Cnrolinn mav stand, re
buked it may he, singular in her
safe conservatism. Solid growth
and substantial prosierity are to lie pre
ferred to the merit minus brilliancy anil
transient glories of a condition created
by artificial met Mods and owing a tem
porary splendor to the infusion of 11
blood foreign to the stock to which it is
added, hut with which il may never
blend, and close its splcnclo-s in exhaus
tion, desolation and reieutance,
Snnford Express: Sauford has a ne
ro brass baud of six or eight piccrs.
There is a woman in Ouallatowii
who has been inartied three tunes within
the year, and is imw living as Mrs.
Shook, with husband nuinlur three
-Wade Harris sues the vestibule
whi.-kv train from Stn esvillc to-d.-i
brought 111 320 packages lings anil kegs!
lor pointssoiiih ol Charlotte. Salisbury
Watchman ol the .'01 h.
Lincolnton Courier: I'ucle oseph
Mamey, near 1 nintv, men last Minna v
lie was N.1 years, S months, and 23 day
ild. He It-It eleven children, twenty
liter grandchildren ami nine great grand
.Monroe Register: Dr. 1. II, lllair
b ought into our olhcc a sweet potato,
which on one sale was almost an exact
imitation ol a human bund, while 1111 the
other side it resembled the underside ol a
11 mun loot.
There is no more iiictiiresuiieficure in
wall street nowadays than William
"oiicr. who is known ns the tiny x king
Ml Sorts of stories are told about the
'nyx King. He is a North Larolinian
ml on his wedding inp took his bride
p the Congo, lie lelt New lurk with,
erv little money, and in London nut
most of it in wire ribbons nndgimcrncks.
With his bride he sailed to the mouth of
IT is good news that the tower 011
court house square is to be relighted
First, however, it should be moved out
of the street where it occupies tnuc
needed room, and placed on a line with
the curbing, no be less a menace to life
and proierty. The widening of the
street ut this point can never be enjoyed
to its full so long as the lower stands
where it does.
A tkukokam to Tin: Citikn from
South Dukula, yesterday, stated thul
Gen. Miles was on bis way to the llui
Lands. It occurs to us that the Genera!
has begun bis visit not only in un in
clement season, but ulso just a little lute
to do any good or purluke in the danger
that threatened a lew days ago.
It is a pity M. A. Dauphin could not
have lived to repent and see the error ol
hit lottery ways and get into some legiti
THK KXODrst IM OVKH.
Far atoulti Cropndo Not Compare
With North Carolina.
From the Wilmington Messenger.
Your correspondent interviewed Rev,
Ca-sar Johnson, a well known negro ol
this city, regarding the exodus. Johnson
said it wns a thing of the past. He says
nai over -o,uou negroes leit 1 lie state
between lunuary 1, lbHU and Mav 1
1800, and that of the numlier over 3.000
were drowned or died natural deaths
Several negroes have returned bereduring
the past ten days. They sny the crops
in the far South did not compare with
those in North Carolina. Johnson says
that when the labor agents were here
last month, making vain efforts to induce
uegroes, plans were made in this county
to mob them. One of the agents made a
nasty night to avoid being moblicd by
negroes in township near here. The
country negroes, kinsmen of those who
were duped and induced to go South
ward, declare tney will mou any agent
they can luy their hands on.
A negro lawyer here was year ago
verr acuvc as a suu-ageni, and induced
many negroes to leave, It was said he
got 91 a head. Finally the lawyer de
cided to go south himself, and a negro
woo naa gone mere uncier nis advice in
duced his boss to advance the money to
me wwycr w pay uis traveling expenses.
The lawyer went, but when lie reached
the place the boss claimed him, and be
had to go to work in the fields to work
out the amount due. The negroes ben
. enjoy tbe lawyer's predicament.
Then Wonder Taat the aoulfcCIa
From a Speech by Senator McPhenon.
Tbe amount ol depreciation in property
in the south and tbe enormous debt
which was incurred under republican
governments at tbe south when repnbli
cania bad full control of all tbe state gov
ernsseats in that section of tbe country
Irielloll illatell is lar in advance ol the
Hint and steel and the tinder Ihjx: thai
the electric light or even the kerosuc
lamp, is an advance on the tallow dip or
the more aristocratic sicruinccli caudle;
that the railroad provides swifter and
smoother travel than the stage coach
and the cordiireiy road, and in the hourly
expcrieue'c ol the rich and Mor, of the
lolly uud the humlilc, everything tells ol
a murvellous addition to the slock ol hu
man comlort and convenience. These
changes, the combined hulls of genius,
ol cxieneiii-e anil of wealth, have also be
come the creators ol more wealth, more
luxury, ol more avidity lor money, until
ut length the whole world is dar.iled ami
inflamed with the vision of money and
the lever of acquisition. What bus lice 11
the lot of the lew is pursued as the aim
ol nil. All make haste to be rich, and
this is the main spring of change, ol
movement, of emigration. The whole
civilized world is ill the throes of shilling
lopulatiou. I he swill agency ol steam
x-arsii restless freight tu the remotest
corners ol 1 he earth. The genius of dis
covery has laid open every secret recess
il islands and continents.
There are no more new worlds to dis
cover; lew new binds oirii to explora
tion, w Hat is now known is claimed ns
the proierly of the existing generation.
Its mission seems to he to nnprooriate
nil to our own use. It leaves nothing
for iKisterity. In viewing Hie rapacity
of tiic present, the governing principle
seems tn lie tnul t lie end uruws mull
Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow
There issomcthingnsappnlling nstlierc
s something woniicriul 111 the energetic
lestructive wnstetulness of the past two
generations, in relation to the animal
kingdom the whale has been routed from
the wean, the buffalo swept Iroin the
plains. On this continent the Indian bus
la Men back belore the approach of the
white nmn and now stands a remnant ol
his race, as he plants his back in delinnl
resistance against the sloiies ol the Rocky
Mountains. And as we cast an eye over
the once lorest-covered domain of the
United States, it falls with saddened
vision on the levelled tunes of Maine, on
the rilled tons ami sides ol the Adiron
ducks, on the bare sides ol the I'ennsyl-
vnnia mountains, on the almost treeless
wastes of what were ten years ago the
dense similes 01 tne w isconsin and Mich
That is the doom that Is invited for
North Carolina and for the south. Our
nine forests are to be exterminated In one
combined swoop; ourmountninsstripped
of their glorious verdure, another sacri
fice to the demon of wuste and baste to
be rich and to meet tbe eyes of posterity
kindling with Imprecations uoon the
greed ol their ancestry.
At tne cost ol the rchukeolold foirv sm.
we prefer, if it be possible, that cominv
events have time to shape themselves
nenoernteiy. vie are not one of those
who believe that the world is sncedilv
coming 10 an enu, ana inat it is ourdut
to use all within our reach before it lull
prey to the general conflagration. We
do not believe that we have a right to
forestall posterity, and leave to them the
husks, the ashes, the cinders of what we
are disposed to consume at our riotous
and gluttonous least. We are content
that population should increase in its pres
ent sueaay ratio, iiihi 11 snotlld enjoy
who moderation toe Diessings Its
possession, that It should improve
with intelligence and sagacity all the
advantages with which Providence has
endowed it, that it should cherish and
cultivate tbe characteristics which have
given it an honorable name throughout
tne country, ana mat it should continue
to merit the name of a people singularly
homogeneous, and as singularly conscrv-
11 ve. witn cnaracter and characieria.
tics so marked and admirable, webatard
nothing in preferring that North Caro.
una Should oe tor Hortn Carolinians;
he Congo, anil exchanged his cimcrarki
ml wire lor skins, and nltouether lie
netted SH.OoO on tiic trip. This is urohn-
hly the first and last instance of n man
making a cent on his wedding trip, hut
it gave him the start to buy certniiinnyx
mines in Mexico, and now he is on tlte
high rond to a colossal fortune. New
The Crest Coco of Europe.
The Coming 0n of Amsrics,
Cocoa if of supreme Impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten's has fifty fer
ctnt. 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,
a-y Alt root r u s cocoa ro trM.
iIwkj. ud ") lathe rla1aal,par(Mla!
la Oaaaa InvaaleS. aaV
aaaa la Hallaaa, od u to-4w bellarssd
-mt.WhM. tbuftarof the numeral. Imila-i
ttona. In feet, a oomiareli-a tea will vsMlr!
pro., Ih.t m otXrr 0xn q a 1. lb M fi mif Y
gin tonDiue, afroie um ftna Baennr. a
qulitl-a, "UrfMl Ml. I.lh. world." AUi
Z tor Vam Houra'a md Uk. bo oth.r. e I
A errnm nf tartar halting powiler. IliaHr!
"f all in lenvrning .trrnath tl, H. Cfivrrn.
nit-til Hcpnrt. August 17. 1HHU. iul-'lh!ly
V. A. Blair. J. V. IJhown.
No. 3a Patton Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We lire now ready, and hi
ke our frionds and the pul-
icpeiu'rnll.v to rail and ex
amine our well wlti-ted ntock
Which we are offering nt rock
bottom price. Undertaking
a H'MH-ial feature. CiiIIk at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 05.
BLAIR & BROWN.
A NKW lRKI. carrfti.ty prrpurrd by trad.
iV inn mrrnlstm tf the Aathevllk bur. (on
nrtcil pairhmmt ml hmvy Aat pnprri, rtv
erin all omaMrr oinU. ti-i out and now
on ink ai the office ttt the MANp4i.rH-Kftna
I'l'RMtiiiNO Co No. o Nurth Court iujuait.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
Asiu-vn.i.i:, - - - s. c.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central PatiKcngcr IK.-ot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
No. It North Mn in street.
Hint 1(1 venn.' exnerienee in this bueineiwin
Charleston, M C.
Krler to First National llnnk: Nnlional
liank ol Ashevllle. and wealem Carolina
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 25.
You are invited to call every tiny at the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our Htock of
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
Ira almost Incredible. Tbe debt of those
. stst was Increased between the close of I not shotting tbe door in the faces of
tn war sad the end of tbe reconstruct I those who come to lire Sfflonir na. all of
tioa period by laya.OSOl JW. whom we have gladl welcomed aad
SILVERWARE NOVELTIES, 11RIC A nRAC, Ac.
.Some pi'ople Hiiy that it is beautiful, Home nay that it it
finer than ever hefore. YOUIt OPINION in reuueHU-d.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
WHITM AND RUCKS.
uppoalna lb Ijiltor lr4loml-
naitecl In. stsm, wtaconaln.
Prom the New Vork Beenlng Cost.
The simple fact about the matter
thnt the nrijro is denied the right to vote
in the South, where the granting of that
would enable him to outvote tbe whiles,
because the whites of tbe 8outb
will not submit to negro rule,
The whites of the Nurth would
i eel and act in tne same war
under similar circumstances. H there
were suddenly plumped into the state' of
Wisconsin a mass of blacks whose solid
rote in a fair election would enable them
to control the government and impose
whatever taxes tney cuose Uon Mr.
Hpooncr's colleague, lite wealth senator
sawyer, and the other whites who own
the property of the state, the whites
would prevent the Mncka. bv such dc-
vkrs as were tound necessary, from ex
crcising the riiiht of suffrave.
Moreover, under such circumstances
the whole power of the federal govern
ment could not make the while of Wis
consin grant the blacks a fret ballot and
a Inir count, federal supervisors and
federal courts could not overcome a local
sentiment so pronounced.
PTTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
sVAJ .'ll.o.ll." Cure. jfii.rliia an!
Olaat I n t ta S Iter. vMhatat Pala.
rniTnnis niriciura, ltmalns nn
aorlit or fmiannnus snhManM. anil
gunrnniann siMjniuiaiy nsmilaM.
rtanfraa wlihaaeh botila. Prlavf I
Snld by n-rneaiiHa, tteear. af fak.
Wltnlx, Arml'hi.tn rv K o la
FOPJ BALB ay
MYM MITN, MHIWUI. N. C
Cssek WoesM saess. -
Tkanklna the public for our runsina Holi
day Trade, we shall oner mm odd slock at
a good dlacoaat tor the nest stW days, and
shall dost aoaw arts at Books at a good dle-
eoanl to make room for other goods.
Wt beg to say to oar anroa patroa.
sad Meads that we shall
Sell Only for Cash
Irosi this date. I'leaw do sot aik as to make
tickets or chara. We .hall sell ctwaper by
satlsfaetloa to eaetoawrs and oaraelees.
Js N. Morgan & Co.,
Bookattlers, ttallosers and Newsdealers,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROMn, N MTTON AvI.tV.a&lMOtrl)
Osta dally, eaarpt Baadan, frosj 10 a. m.
ant I a. ai., and S as til T a.
The strass of aabaniptioa arn Oaa m.
ISl sua., St.OOi auav. til 1 eao.. SO Mai
Wnokwei Vlae-PreoMMit. Thoa.a. Iomi a'
wd Treaearar, O. a. Wataaa I Ubrartaa, Mlu
to hB th. eatalegae aae) laaerine thele
To hsMre ehaaaa at adwartlaaasauta
rusolrig on regala contract, sopy mast
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you have anjr Nose, Throat or l.une f
On application I will tend a pamphlet T
descriptive of Ashevllle anil also the in- T
T haling treatment free with list of que- T
linn, to lie answered by the patient
; when ordering Hume Treatment. This
; treatment Is as effective as the offlct
' 1 treatment.
OPP1CK Ml. -M PATTON A VBNt'B.f
Ashevllle, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
A modern Hmt clan hotel. Hot nnd void witter nndf hntht unci toilet on rvcry floor.
Klrctric IrfllH in every room. (im lin in oltk-e nnd icmti'M in Iwd ronmR. OAce. dininc
mom. lunch counter, cigar nnd new it and and bar anil hllliard room on first floor. Ulev.
trie utrcet ran paiui door every ttO minute. Richrri nd oad Danville railroad eatinM house
'JO minntcs for meals.
a.oo PER DAY
A. G. HALLYUVRTON,Prop.
J. (4. BRYAN Mild WAI.TFR URKKN, ClCrktt.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietors.
VVe sell all I tnhareot at II per cent, commivsion, while other marketa are ihnnrlnit from at4
to H ier cent, cimmitsion.
To Ihe Toliaeco I'lnnters of Western North t'arolina nnd Kn.t TennesMr:
Our market hn. lull oK-n. l anil i-he-e . an.- ,ood. especially on common arnrieS, and we
adv.iw early shipment, on i.ll c, nimon trrn.lr.. HnvnK the lararat, (H-.t liKlit.if wnrehout
in veeatrrn North Cnroli a. ami om.-eicut rmnlov... u..Br.. .
you for paat patrunafie and hoplnx by hurel work' and fairdea inKa, we are, yours truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
-FOR SALE BY-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Ashevllle, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
Vl.it .ra anil Hraidcnts will And this a moat
charming and attractive ttnppina place.
MKNAtilt ANII Ct'lHINK I'.OI'AL TO Til
E. H. NIES,
kin a. 11 uiuirj
C'( INSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. 10 Court Square.
octaa a vr
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
IPIIKMBRLV OAKLAND INN.)
ITr J1JX.'.? tC-2n " '0m"'"dlnic eminence. It overlooks Ashevllle and Is uo.
urHUael as scenic point. The polatinenl of the house nre
CONDICIVK TO HEALTH AND COMFORT.
ItlrVHtOrB. HIH-tt4fUr UlssasaH II. a si I Aiai a . a.. ....
rfiaa..M it 1- Li 1 J' . . ':r mBirnmi oi nerToiM ann un runic
riifteasra It Is thorouvhlv cuulniicd with all murie-rn ssnt.ii.n. . TeLi.i. oM.. .-j
t"!'"?, Blhr'.gB,,vlr,cly' Bwedi.h Movements, ail included in price of room.
The MalUml AI inner mrtt will lie iim.i th eiii. ..r n. ttr t a.-T j .t.
J..k. ,,., Ijansville, N. Y. " "' "
ror lurtner particulars address,
HISS EMILIE VAUGHN, AahcTllle, N. C.
For INUt will conuin
ThelloiiHcnf Mni flm.
Frank H. Stockton'H Serial.
Dr. HolmoB, Mr. Lowell and
gome heretofore annuhll.hril
I'ttTH by CliarUfH and Mary
Mr. ren-Wsl liwell will write a sarraUrt of
"m'ihi.ii. anaer inc title of
Noto: An Unexplored Corner
The Capture of Louistiourg will be treated In
A Series, of I apere by Fran-
Then will be Short Blorles sad rhetches by
"t"" Jmes. Barah Orne lewetl. Octave
aaaet, and olhera llntechnlcal papers
oa Uantlon. la
will he contributed hy Prnnasor Osborn. of
Princeton, and n.lvm u.
Sitae. rnmary tuiucatloa will be a
M',J!!r?'.1 Ollder. Dr. Panons,
.m -,Tnm.n, and other,
will b. an. one the contributor, of I'octrv. ,
1 BB ATLANTIC for I89I.
Terms! SA nn i - j .
nt 1 an rent, a number, Hb aew Hlr-nSi
YZTZt u l,"lnad portrait of II. w.
; """""i i.onienow, Hryant, Whit.
Uaitlfl w """"OOiMch adiiilloaal por
. The November and iMcrmher aambees aM.t
2!7...!?w "b.eelbers whoat uhacrlnUon.
"L ,".u? eecelvwl before Danibw Smb.
roatai note, aad Moaey are at the rlas of
iiamow remituusee. should
tter"to "'-rd' " reI.Urd
llouRhtoii, Mifflin Sc. Co.,
fare sMraH, Bostoa. Hau. '
y Mn. n. C. Stocktoa.
C0MPORTABLB BOOMB, 0OODTABLB.
bBSIBABLt LOCATBD. . '. .
Me. Pllat Btrtet, . AaaavlUa. r
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special (sanitarium for Dieaie of the Lung and Throat.
Pine, pure Drinkinii wnter from Muntnln Si.rinir. and n,.n.iln r, ti....
1!T.W .'1r T.'"." ...,e'rrT. of If .vtiir.K-. I'laml.insc and SewcraKe. Hoik kept
stnetly asri.lic. . Hot Water llrntinit System nn.l ThorouKh Ventilation llol cld. SLSi
mc ami mcam Bntns and loue-hc Klcvatura, Klrctric LiKht. and llella, Open Pint..
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
M't-CML IUI1T WIII1N NKU1IKU.
rrofriwiomil services optinnnl with patients, and nt moderate rates
Prices for lluurd and Koom atii mi in siu ,. r
I'or imrtieulnrs. nd.lrcu 91 J ' Kk-
KARL VON RUCK, 91. U
Ashevllle, North Carolina.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Also, table bonnier, ran be nccommodulcd
o'cl.H-k a. m. until 1'J o'clock n m
Am prepaid lor eatcring at shurlest notice for Home Purtlea. Bulla, etc.
BOARO BY THE MONTH, WEEK OR DAY.
Htrcct cars pass the door. Uiea from O
All I ask is
My Celebrated Philadelphia VrUm
Arc well known,
knnce in Ai.hcvil
on the Hall Mhcll
No nn, enn .nmuu ,k... . ... j ... . . . . .
Knnue In A.hcville. Can serve order. In Ir. in 3 t.. n HrinuteaTasvb aJTilahV t SuhT' .SSKl
I'olite and ultentive wallers. I'lrum-d to serve ail. Kespietfully,
E. STRAITHS, Prop.
B. H. COSBY,
(Huccrssor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT IKJOK TO OKANI) CBNTRAL HO
TBU A8HUVILLB. N. C.
English and French
OAROINB AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNQ UOIES AND UTTLE flIRLS,
No, 40 Preach Broad Arense.
MRS. IURQWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
Por many year Anociate Principal of Mt.
Vernon la.tltnti. l.ltlm,iM l
Assisted by a corps of rotn pen tent teachers
lanre with The fhins nninintia
hont mm ud thlairs, and some iiroiile
aosvt Dtst tvsryiMMiy Hkrs to nt hold of fh
ipftner which Is never dull and
nesi easii v mjrmm m iw bjiidu
baa kla nam. aacTariea stasis aa t.ll.ss.
7. L DOUCLAO
$3 SHOE nniS&mu
rtaa Calf aad
. aalM Haaa saef.a, sa akwaat tad
Tw. a. a.. r..ki i .u. . .-T.1"V
- -- : . 7 ... iiuniii.. .or iN-m.
av,,inrw, nrrer wavcnna nr rMk.
loyalty to the true intcrcata of the
with leaeles. Intelliin-nc. and
ru wiaror. At hmh
dlnered as ta ih. beat mean.
At time, opinion, have
mf tne common purpose ; It i. not The
stlme " " ' ta
Hlahteea hundred and nlnetvtn. m h. .
areat yeae la Amerieaa politics, and avcev.
wn .ng.in rcao inc ana.
Ijally, per month.......... ao.aa
pally, per year ..S
w ti ,,pf"0'''""","" ''0
,., ,H,,HNi.H., mm
AsMevas) TMBC BIIH, Merer Vawk.
Winter Residence to Lease.
A party dralrlaa to establhth a WINTHB
Mi"V'S oa the Northern suburbs or
AshevUle caa make aa advantajrroes ar
ranarmMt, tor term of years, with awaar
raosaa. Completelr rarnl.hedaadealonl
aad oaeapted la sassaier only. , Apply to
POR BALB BY
WEAVER aft MYERS.
,. irrattoa AVSMBM, ,...
. , COBTLAMO BBOB.