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TBBJ DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Busines MamiRer.
Tub Daily CmiiN will be published every
maraing mccpt Monday! at the fallawin
rmtga mtnetty caaA.'
One Year
Ml- M.t-la S.OU
Three Montha --J"
OmMmUi B()
I to. ! IB
Oar canton will deliver the par every
mamIn la Mm Met of the cltv tu OUT .ub-
ecrihere, and partlc. wanting it will pleaer
call at the Citiiin Office
Advsbtisino rats Rca.onable, and made
known on aoDllcntlon at thle office. All
. traneient adTcrtleementa muat be paid in ad
lated and widely read newepaper In Wee tern
North Carolina.
Ita illKueeioa of public men and meaanm
la In the Intercut of public Integrity, noneat
jii limn, tnl nmatieraue Inuuetrv. and It
know, no pcraonal allegiance in treating pub
lic ieeiiee. M .
The Citiiin publlehea the dlepatchee of the
Aaaoclatcd Pro. which now cuvera the
wtinlr wnrM In Ita erotu It haa Other facili-
tica of advanced joumallam for aathertn
aewa from all auartera. with everythlnK care
tullv edited to occudv the amalleet .pace.
eHiecimca copiea of any edition will be aent
t v t an v one amdina their addreea.
na,tln- notice, tea centa oer line. Oblta
ary, marriage and .octet y notlcea lifty cent,
each (not eaccedlng ten lineal or fifty cent.
per Inch.
THrKSDAY," FEMRl'ARY 20, 1890.
The Chicago Intcr-Ocwin savs: "The
Atlanta Constitution suuiftsts tlvr bold
ing of convention of Nortlwrnmrn who
have lived in the bouth a year or longer,
to issue an address to the people of the
North on the race uuestiou. U the Con
titution can bring together all the white
men who are resident ot the hotith, but
who were raised in the North, and lei
them have a free and open discussion on
this question, their deliberations would
have much weight with the North. Hu'
will the Constitution agree not to call
these gentlemen carpet-baggers when
they rise in the convention to the truth
as it has bceu re-ruled to them siuccthcy
became Southern men ?" If the Northern
men who have in good faith sought
homes in the south will meet in conven-
tion and tell the truth "as it bits lieen
revealed to them," "it will be a vindica
tion of the South." The pitprr has never
railed good cttueni carpet-baggers
and it is not likely to do it now. Wc
agree with the Inter-Ocean when it says
that the deliberations ot such a conven
tion would huve much weight with the
North. That is just why we drsiic to
hear from our Northern fellow-citizens in
the South.
We clip the above from the Atlanta
Constitution, and agree with that journal
that the deliberations of such a conven
tion ought to hare much weight with the
North. The voice of men of Northern
birth wbo have lived and prospered in
the South would be u truer and better
exponent of the views of our Northern
settlers that the casual observations ol
tourists, or the prejudiced utterances ol
ignorant or hostile scribblers for tlu
Northern republican press. Suchconven
tions are not altogether new however.
A Northern settlers, convention was held
in Knoiville about three years ago in
which Northern men, business men, pro
fessional men, mechanics and farmers,
met together to compare notes, to give
evidences of their success in their various
positions of life in nnewsertion and their
relations to the inhabitants thereof. The
results were surprisingly gratit'ving. Not
long afterwards a similar though smaller
convention was held here, and one hun
dred and forty-seven men of Northern
birth, citizens of Ashrrille, enrolled them
selves, making it known to the people hen
tor the first time thut they had other na
tivity than on the soil they trod in their
daily avocations. So completely had
they blended in thoughts, habits nnd in
terests with our people that all distinc
tion of sectional origin bad been cflitced,
and it required some such formal declara
tion to define who were Northern men
and wbo were Southern men. Since that
convention the uutnhcr of Northern set
tlers here has largely increased with the
same happy results of unit vol' feeling and
interest. Lutrr still a more important
convention than all was held at Kaleigh
attended not only by Northern settlers,
but by visitors from several of the North-
era Slates, among whom were a large
number of the Pennsylvania press, all
publicans. These latter expressed them
selves pleased, surprised, convinced. Wt
confess, upon theirrcturn borne, they gave
no evidence of sincerity.
A vast deal of good will be done to the
South, and also to the North, if these
Northern settlers, or a representative
body of them, would formulate and pub
lish to the world their views derived
from their observation and experience,
and let them do so over their own names.
From tbeir point of observation they
may tell some truths that may not be al
together palatable to us, butthey will tell
the truth. That would counteract state
ment made from here and elsewhere.
which, if true, would stamp Northern
settlers as wanting in pride or good sense
to remain where it is offensive or unsafe
to do so.
For the comfort of the Inter-Ocean we
can say the day and the name of carpet
bagger are obsolete. There was a time
when they 6ourished among us, when
they came in swarms to prey upon us
some, like the Rev. Joseph Cook, to pray
at well as prey a time when, speaking
for South Carolina, carpet bag Governor
Scott promised to hitfollowertihattbere
was yet five years good stealing in that
State. There was such in all the South-
era State until the position ol parties
were reversed, and honest methods of
government restored. There arc no car
pet bagger now ; their vocation is lost,
and tbeir name almost forgotten.
the streets and destroying property gen- MAKXETI BY TEUtQRAPH,
erally. They even talked ot invadinir
Al "7-!. ... ij i 5 " K'vra I Mone y and Mecurltle. Cotton -
. i. . u V. 1 J lu i . .-lnBl 1'rovlHlona and Produce.
. n, iiuhn wwn mtv acuv minor i
ii -v- i..: i -i I 1 . I mokkv ami am'i'ajTiKtt.
I nin '
. . . . . . .... . . I W .
tne intimation mat u they mil thev would M.m.v en-v. Sa-iw.
be met with a double-barreled shotgun. 8ub.Trea.iiry nalmicea Ooltl, IH.;.I1IV
Yi.- -..i. -r .1 i ..Hi QUO: currency. S7.fi2fl.ooo
'. V j " V.V . . . Government bonda dull but atcnilv lar
watenrn wun interest. I nc prosecuting cent., Mt.im.: per cent.. l.uu. I
attorney nus signified his intention of mate doihi-uuii nut heavy.
t V ... " , . I AIM 1'IumA Ui.r.in? .Mil t 1-a.t l"l.
aouiK ins uutv nun navine l ie women . 7 T. "
responsible for the outbreak arrested
tin. 7e. mort 101.
The law-abiding I'rohi'ritionigts have N- C. dm... ..ii'nv,
threatened in return to kill the first man i cc' Mrown!"o'il?
who serves a warrant on any of their Venn, m !".mmj
wives anil iiniignters. II would seem icnn. .
thnt ttieaj. u..,itlmn mil,t iinitili.Mi- I Tcnn. et., Ma,.
.10 l.j
-:i'j
:i7"i
40
2d
31 1
MO..,
A CLEAN SWEEP !
Tin huge Htoi'k of
CLOTHING
Oi'iMipyhijf the entire upjmt
flour of our buililiiitf tiiunt
Mini will heelenretl out every
piece within 10 tln.VH.iit nnd
lieloweoKt. Thin stock con-
N. K W.nftl
Northern I'ac
N. p. mil
1'iiciHcMuil
l.lKcuihllH
llli:u Kich. Allc...
7.'ll.:K. & W. l'uini.
reform their own families before they uii- Viorinia Coua!" 40 irtt. 1'iiui
take to relortn the rest ol the world. Nurthwcetcm .iONa do M 111
Hi. pill ...1 11 ITCX. I'UCIIIC
. 1 ...... I ,i i.ncH inn,, lenil .oill fl.1
1 ne grnna project 01 noiiiiug a vtomi s uric iiiuai'niun I'ucliic iiait
Fair-no matter wliere-to coniniemor- 2.!;:::::::;..,!! J ,5-'Jir." !" rVu
ate the discoverv of America bv Chi into- l.ou. K- Noh hi- Wotern rnion .,
....... .1 Mem. .V Char... A k.'ottitn..Lil till
pher Colinnliiis, hud in it so much of Mou Ohio trii.l CcrtiHcntca 2' fiiiiiu nil uivou on. I iiimlif iiu
m ,,: K, .,., :., Sinh. .M Chut., loll :llriinwi, Ml m'linclll ni.l 1 1)1111111 11 n
ci j nnicm mi iivni i mc .iiici lvtin -! Itf 1 II
UMiuk-are the direct outgrowth of the . ."".K' .'T': ,M it.m t.an. mi e. wi nn i.viil, ni.l iii-ii nun u.nu
I iu-tmy itHicv: iiiiutninK auiiinut) iit
1 oiHi tic l rccviptK At
l.ximrtft tu ilrx'iiti .11 . i ... c 1
tiiim. 7A07. ftluck 17. MtUf U'OOUMHH Hill I W MMIIMI III
wav lii itu K.nttfa. tilniit4il in ion i I ja'
mcds ofthc civilizi'tt rna8 wlio lnninl)f.l Kii.H5i.'ia KuturrH cIom-iI tiHriy. Salt-. I Wvtt1!'!. Noi'tll ( H I' )) IIUI
tiii'navn;M. Hiifci up tm- wiiucriwiw. F:.b;.."rM;.nltli.i7iAuKu-t....ii.aHuii.:t7
inn in tunc mntw the new conlineiit Mmvii....n.i7uii.iHhepi iu.touiu ,
I A ... ii i .,.,. .... n .in 'iv
tnicK wun cnies, onu covcren tne ocean mv i l.aiim i u7iN.iv io .shio....
u-lth .h, ahina nl n iiantik. u-h l'..en..,. !'"' 1 l.tSlnl 1 .tllMlec lU,.aulO..
- , - . Julv ii.aiinu.;i7ijau....
tunes ago, nail no Itemgcxcept in Utopian ou khk, I'rb l
t f" " " " lo-ilay .! Iialce: ml
achievement of thut great man who hud uiiihiiinrf tiricuna n'j.
. ,. . . , ... nil lion tiMlny HM
in eflt'Cl found u new world, opened the Britain HI HI; Contiiien
ilrcanis, n people nlsiMiew in their nieth- 's,,'Kh'!iic,' Heb
ottuutltill. loAi,: re
lu (.nl tun ati-Hily. Ion,
heb. 10. Cotton iioitilnHl
mla nl' irm-erntm'nt nnil In whntn u-na I receilits 57U
proviilciitinlly nssigiird the solution of in.: rrceluia'o.
the grand problem ot how mankind was , r;,'i,!;'.l7Klil' C''Uo1' M"'" fir"1,
tube ruled. Surely, in the nssiMMii tions Wilikto.i.N.C., Feli.lft. Cuttonateaily
of such an ocennion, nil party paKsion I'n'ii. viiKi.i-HU.I'eb in Cotton uulrt, 1 1 -
might have hern stilled, nil business "liAT"."t'eb. tv.-Cutton miiet, to.:
rivalry have lirrn checked, all local am- receipt. 1 -.3.
, . . , . . .... . Nk 1 1IH.KAS., Peli. IV. Cotton nuiet anil
bittons have Urn dwarfed, rnnn the eay. mn: reieiiit.-..
beginning just the reverse has been dis- 'HH-Hyl'el.. iw.ottim steady, iob-iii;
played. Tarty passion has raged and ,M sai-iiis. I'rb. m.-Cotton quirt, tin re-
. . , , . celpie i:h.
surged until it threatrnH to make the auoi sta, Hrli. 1U. Cotton Hnu, tir, re-
L-i-,!.. . .r.t. . i'. ... ceilltM tili;l.
noiuiug 01 inr nor lit inr tune nxeo uikiii CllAMi.KaToN. Feb. It
This cloHhifrnut of Clothiti";
iHforlhe pui'iow of giving
more iitti'titiini t I he Dr.v
(SimmIm tiurtinetit. which
will lie ni'Mt-cmnH in every r-
Miect.
lon't (l.'hiy, hut conic it
otton .leadv. on,v, iM'MUittHl. Jit II Hl V
impossible. I'urty venality is iuHamed lo; receipt. 7
at tar tcniniaiion 01 tue immense sums i vvovikion. ano uoih-c-h
of money to lie diaburscd, und party up- Cincinnati. IM. m.-Plour ua.ly. Wheat Mllg of fl'tllll f.'l to 4H tl Hllit.
, , , , . I N. 2 reU 77M7HV, Corn No. 1! miieil III.
iieiicliii,liB iiiviineiieu n, n.okiiiii ui I tint Ml. -J mien
aome imints of inrliiettet- ninv nut nreiu. I 'I'! nrtn
dice sonic deep political calculations, were u. follow
Hork lo an
; Pel, l'lc.r.h.uo,ntion.tOHlny ;,,M ' P" II t H goillg II t 7"m
Howe: riouriiulet. Whcul No ill
nrn Nn. 'J 'Jhlk. tlutaNn I
Meaa nork U.7lla!l 7K. Lard I ti 4 I I !-. ..-. I f... ....
with an immodesty of assertion, und a 7-1,. Short ribA.70a.76. Wht.ltey i.oa. " ""M"",n ""in
disparagement of rival to a degree never .5"w lf' HrS:. ,?.--i."t'tf.r!;?0"r ')"'."
.... , ......v. .u -""'-A- A.. . , - . ji.. . - ., . .
surpassed rv the clamoring canvasses firmer No. 2 3an.v. tinta loa active 5.i.i;.l IO 9 1 4, 1 i ; WtH'I II I WIC
,',, March aT. Colfee Mureh ill atiHl.;i8. Su-
ir nun uutsmc siiuvta. i!r reMneil titnel. Molanaea New Orleana
Congress has the matter in hand, with -JySiSrttZLSXZ t lm t
very clear iniimniion linn II uosiue to ieam . 10. r reunite eaaier t. otton i tn;
New York because of the inliurnce hostile '
to the republican party in the nut presi
dential election. Hut New York found
its worst enemy in Mr. ('lull, one of its
senators, who drlrattd every mca-urc
conntvtcil with the appropriation ol the
lunils lo be raised tiir carrying out the
enterprise uultss lliry were to he ili
bursed by a repubiiean majoiii in iIk
committee.
A iiiiiab iiiteiing, largely coui',Kiscd ot
republicans was held in New York Mini
day night which had thertlcct of break
ing Mr. rialt's back, and lending lo the
action of' the assembly which mnv vet
secure the lair lo that rilv. It may he
too line. Mr. I'lntt's obstinate tvrnnnv
has shown the strength of the one uinn
power in the service of party as was
illustrated by SKaker Kced ill the house
ot representatives. I inr defied the will,
the wishes, theiiilerestsot hisieiiplcaslhe
other did the constitution, the laws anil
all precedents lo attain party ends. The
people will tire of such masters who art
at no pains to conceal their object.
And rival cities have pushed their claims ;,',ni,"1B',V1 '"iie'
AT THE
LKADING
JEWELRY STORE.
The rutin' muck ol
Plated Jewelry,
Weiirejilno offering Home
Hrti'i)il 1 1 riven in KIioch nnd
DreHH Hoods for .( (lii.vs to
inn kc room tor enriv siirinu'
pUlvllllHCH.
Youi'h rcKHi-t tullv .
llHluclitiK Hue llroochi-M. Huttnlls mid HrHer
let., at
HJ-OME-THIRO OFF 1-1-53 Bosiic bi-oh. & wnUht
KrKunllitMi iif cunt, h wr inunri In the fhtarr
to krrp nuthiiiK lut HdIM Onld ami
Hti-rliiiK Sllvrr J-Wflr.
1 1 X. MninSt., Anheville.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
i Finnic lEuti en
kknuiitw jkllkkkii)
h'v," PULL1AM & CO
IXSCKAXCE.
FIKK. LIFK. AIVIDKXT.
l)kt'G8 .Xn MKDItlXUS.
I G, SMITH & GO.
Cnrr.v the Inigent ntock of
rrug'. MiHlicincH mill Di ug-
giHtn' SuiulrifH in Western
Ciiroliiin. They Imve the
luniilMoiiiest I h ug Store in
the St nte. Thcirgooiisnrejill
lionght forciishsiH-iiriiigext rn
iliscoiints (inil prepn.vment
of freight elmrges. Their
t rnileluiHgro nrnpiill.v from
mont h to in nit h. since their
oHning in Asheville, Well
Kst'i Imvers etnne to this
store for the highest grade
of gonils. nt the lowest pos-
silili prices. A Inrge Inisiness
MISCBI.LAXHOVS.
CAUTI0NS
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLKMIN.
Flna Oalf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed.
moor Waterproof. . ...
ROB.
OK.
4.IMI IIAND-BWEI HN.T saw
11.00 mni Mi.
la
.75 flOYN' H HOOL HHOIls
An iuad la CooitrM. nut ion ads v.ar.
$3&$2 SHOES uSik.
.IS HHOE FOR MlrlNKB.
Beat Material. Bait Blvle. Best rtttlaaV
W. Ii. IMiugias, vroeatoD. niaea. ooie 7
HERRING V WEAVER.
Mil Ii Ui,ni
''OTELS. .
PRIVATE BOARD
NKW Hlll'HKI NKWI. PUKN
ALL MIlllKKN IMI'KnVUMKI
MHO. M. B. ATKINSi
No. ill I linywood Street.
,llill33 ill v
pillVATK III I AH 1 1"
A larKe huuae, :ilH Pal tun avenue,
fon.hirtattle ni'im. Iln atreet ei
Ternm renennalile.
oi ta itllm M H8. j. L. MM ATI
REAL ESTATE.
JOHN CHILD,
i I'lirmerly of l.yraun Hi child
HEAL ESTATE
ANf
LOAN HKOK.
Strictly h Brokrrascc Hnsl
I.oiiiim M-etllvl ,ueeil at H tier eel
THOK. P.
HAMILTON
CO.,
GROCERS,
BIG 22,
Pattn Avenue.
fehlN ililin
A CA1U).
IMlKir Allt vllle Citlren:
That niti ntHii rrirnile inity Ilomm Iiuw Me
aregettllu "ll wr will tttte lllal we tui.k 111
in Hotel uiif. Ktiire
f9,ioo In -vc Weeks.
I Took in lnl Snlunlliy uer K7IHI. $7.1 i,1
- that waa lintel, lutlnntf tttnre. Ihtlel reKia.
pl'olitS j lereil SB thin iIhi Mini iI.iiihi nrritnlH in
a iiionin. iitirat ca i iniimimiin ana lei t
j lnic ninl 1.1 fret w ile. Tell Hit liii'untr nf
, llle worltl In eitiue Httil ee "lllil Clletl" atltile.
As their Irnile grows thevti re i"n,""l ""'Ui, ""f . m t. m per
S. K. ClllilXiSTHK Ai SUN.
Tin-:
cilll lie ilnlie oil slilllll
giving i heir customers re
iluctions.
Mouth Main 8t.
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
At the Hank irt" Aahevillr.
VHHHVII.I.K. N. C.
BLAIR & BROWN J
No. 30 Patton Aentie,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
livery liittiil of' liitlu-r It-male eiliualinn
will lie pleased at 1 1 it- drti'iiuiiiatiun till
he lai'Kt: nnd iiilliitinial ilt'iiuiiiiiiiitinn of I
Huptisis tu cstaliliali within mir litirtltr.
collrKf Tor the highest runt' nl' Itinalt-
edut'ittion ; anil with the exception of tlM-
rival bulilrrs lor the site-, the s. 1,-,-t III lit
Kaleiyh aMhe ItK-ation will I i;rtier.illv I 'll Fclll llIII V 1.' We will
accrpulilc. It is mitral, i.tveasil-lt- irum ..,, , theill.OVe hollse Ollf
nil rlir.-.! 1,, ill. IiiiIiIil- i.n.,,v u-.il I.: I
; . . . . m v m , n 1 Kuuthem. ol New llrlrnni 4Hu,hh
vntrn micirty, anil snrruunilcd liv nuiucr- umiiurc ana 1 incnaKliiar weaiem. m i.iroiu.i i.niui.yja
!.. , , . I I amtnai aeenieni ANMitlalliin
out institutions which stimulate iniUir.v. . 1 . f-.M ,..,,,.., .ea Ufe ln.uran CiniMtny.
Krfjmimt the MIowuik cuniNtnini, vli. :
IHR. I till aaitHTl IM C M
A unlit Nrvmtii. uf CuMfttm.M iu.ii7 N.'t.t
CnntinriiLl. uf Nrw Vint 4,H7r.0U.'l
iiiimiiurtf'trrinrn,(if ;rrtntuv l.K'U,Ho4
I.undun AKHurftmv.nt lltiKlHml 1 .&.., mr
N.nitarii. ui Nrw Vtirk Z.'jat xuu
Orient, of Hnrtft.nl l.it7,a
rhirnU. of llriHiklvn Jl.iiKA t tu
Ht. ThuI Hire mid Ma ripe, uf Miti-
nr-HftH . l.Axi iHtt
less with full cnpiyit.vlJraif
mental faculties. Wc can enter into the 1)1 llll ptll'pose to pleiiSC the
ptlhlie iinii meet ever.V lie-
Vi u-ill Thaukina r.rlliilly Hie riiire.ia of Aalieville
ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
npirit nnd letlinx of thnsr olht-r coinniu
nitics who with nulilc untl izr iicnuia amhi
lion have urjjcd their claims for mlir tion, nilltlll ill Olll' Mile.
and win. are disapiHiinud. WchoiKthrv !..,,. l,,.,.,! jn i;,. n( '"' ihtir m"n' 1'atr.maitr eIi.n,letl buih m
Will viel.1 rmel..lU- ... r. I. '. K,H I' IHleOI
than by complaint or crimination, invent r irst-('lISS Pui'llit HIV, which take pie. rare la a.in..uiieliiK thai I will e.
..n cnurprisc waicii, anove all i.tlitrs. ..... i .i:u,.u ... i:..: ., .u..-..
should command harm u. assent and 1 " ' " " " d " "
zealous co.,aru,i, with a hostility prices. 1111.1 nlso the liest .u! J. ! 7 2 '"77' ",U",,,,n
...... 'I I minn Mild oniMttirnlMl nalntlMar tnu ..,.
which outfit seriously leopardiie its Mt,.,.b ..f I .!.. L ! I L .. .. . . .
Iiitnre nro.i-rin flt I :. ... !. ."." ...... tt.r.. r. uutaiB ' - " w-o-"njr. netm-
career hnltinK and limpiuK ll,r..UKh the to lie loilllil ill Western North "T ,Z72 JT.T.Z"
n : :r "ving wide jv
selecteil. If any other than KalciL'h had pHW'tictll eXlK'l ieliee ill in- Ml.SeAaPel,aBARBIi,
neen chosen, each anil every other nhice I i.t. !.....
would have the same reason to complain U,"""K "" "'P.'g OOHIW, i59 Patton Avenue.
... . s . a
nt the good fortune of the successful WP Cll n llHSlire HntlStiK'tlOIl tO Hlrat-Claaa Huanl by the day or moum.
rival. There is plenty of room yet for ,1 ...i... . ; , t
mnnrv t he.mlrf . .... "",rr " 1,1 "fr- ap.iieain.
Iioses. Let our friends feel thnt there is vices.
vet ahonHnnt fi.M f..,.l..l . :
....u .... uwr , lae IIIKI 1 .
" . .1. IUAIII,
J. V. Hhown & Son.
lan.io dU
deeH dly
their liliernlitv.
The real friend of tbc tnrance
cause will reKrct the eitremitir to which
certain icalots have gont in the enforce
ment of tbc prohibition law. It i mad'
net without measure, and the conduct
of the women at Lathrop, Missouri,
moat recoil against cause unmistakably
god la Itself, but which will fall when
ever It brinR Tiolence to it aid ; and
violence is the antipodes of temieranre
in all things.
The New York Star, referring to the
outrafre at Lathrop, say:
In Lathrop, the women went through
the town in a band. They bad pledged
themselves to exterminate the liquor
tramc, ana tncy wrecked saloon and
drug store, throwing the liquor into
Don't kJetrw where wearer
Wtaj, yon can't ml It If you
oa your optic down Main
ntreet.
IfAKTlNV
Wealth und poverty.if notcoinpunioiis,
lie in very close juxtnwsitiou tu each
other. The more blinding the splendor
of wealth, the blacker the hndrsof close-
by poverty. The piilnce und the hovel
are not always side by side, but the con
trast of human conditions nrr nut tar to
seek. Wealth is the exception, wiverly
more and more the rule, under tlie artific
ial workings of economic systems. The
tendency manifested by Stewart to ab
sorb all business to himself and crush out
nil rivalry ia that which, the world over,
rule in the acquisition of wenlth. The
greater the accumulation the keener tlir
avidity for more, until it might la? that
JAIrlKf) PRANK,
-oatLsa in
FAMILY6R0CERIESAN0 PROVISIONS
A sent for Hernia Ore Woolen Mill..
Aahevllle. N. C.
North Main
fell 1 (Mir
J. C. BROWN.
MERCHANT I TAILOR,
S Patton Avenue,
Neat U Uraad Central HuteM
aprildlt
TO WEAK LIEN
W. 0. WOLFE.
tfcaarlai ma (a eflkels ef ronlkfaj errors, .art
, leelnuaksaa. eto., I wID
leaaMi eoaialalnf Mil
ew.taiUf w,
and a ralaahla
aarOtmunrorle
pleadld sMdleal
saw vhe Is aerieaa and deMlliated. addrea,
nC W. C PAWLKB, Kudu, Casus,
novo dftw ly
aueefeealaai et
, rRtloeebarte, 1
Over .ion net of the moet benntilul
Monutneal and Toiubfttoueii
all the money of the world full into few M"" fw,,,d' he rhenprat Tomliatnae
hands, and all the poverty be distributed
among all the rest of mankind.
Oratirylnsr let" AMI.
The high position attained and the unl.
versa! acceiitaure and annroval nf ,h
pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
nga, as tne most excellent laxative
known, illustrate the value ot the ounli.
tie on which it success is bused ninl nr.
absolutely gratifying to the California
rig syrup v.ompnny.
tu haariaome Monnmenta, I have made
ureal reduction la prices, and It will pay you
to come and look at my stuck, whether yoo
my or not. Warrrnom Wolfe Bulldin-,
Court Hiiuarr.
J. W.8CIIARTLK,
MERCHANT TAILOR
4 N. Main St.
DRKNNMAKINfi
AND LADIKM TAILORINU.
Jim, Holderby
o OIHTlia l Pllillllonilllle lHVM.iiiki,,t
IllhlMlinenl ,ni llridae atnret. No. ill.
Solicit, the luitninitKc ol nil the l.mlie..
.ihii.'IO ,t;iiu
DiMsoiutlon Notice.
Tile iartner.lilihtn-lol',,ret-ial(iii(lalH'ern
Memra. I.vman Hi Child hue (III. iliiv la-en
diatulted hv itiuliiul .-onnl. Mr Child relir
Ilia from the rlrtn uml Mr. I..vinnn inntiniilnx
the hulin in l he mime ortuv in Ihr liuililltiu
known a "Ugnl Hlock." Mr. Chllil will
oiulnurill lhert-iile.lH.f liii.in,.. anil eim
lie found lor the preaent HI Ihrollurol Moon
Nt Merri k.
A.. I. I.V.MAN,
.... . JllHN Cllll.lt.
frill din ilil .mi
tvnl.
ntivin ill I
TO MACKINAC
Summer Tours.
!laci SriAMiaa. Low Rare
our Trip, per M Betm,
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Velaaaey.hall ste Marl., and Lake
aroa W.J Porta.
eery Weak Day Beta-am
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Spal.l Uar TrlfiaiHi turn. J.l, tugM ami -i-..
DoakU Bally Line Beiwiwi
OHIOAOO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUP) iLLUtTRATIO PaMPHL'T-.
Bale, tad Baourtl-m Tlok... trill bniu nl.'it.l
ke roarTlok.l Aaaal. orai dm.
I . WMITCOMB, 0. P. A.. On.oit. M
9ntro and Oleveland Steam Nnv. Co.
BiaylN
TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
I'HACTICAL
PlumberH& TinncrH.
HLCM HI Nil.
8THA.M AMI UAH KITTINIl.
TIN ANII 8I.ATB KUOflNI'..
PuruaccH and Meatem.
Jubblnic Promptly t
i Attended to.
No. 4, Pattou Avenue,
Opera House Bnlldlnif.
lulau dftwlv
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS. 26 PATTON AVE., i V. M. C. A. ROOMS. I
Ill-en iln.lv, eaeepl Hniiiliita. Irom III a. ll.
until 1 i. in., anil 4 until ll p. in
Tlie tenna of mil,iHrtition nrer line yenr
U; ll mo. . ai.oi: .'I mo... 1 ; I nto.. .Iiiet
dally 'J ct .
llltner lor IMio Pn-aliU til. c'liurlt. v.
WuoIm-v ; Vlee-Preaitlt-nl. Tll,, A. lotlea; See
aiiilTreio.iin r. II. K. Vtil-.i,ii ; l.ll.i tri,,it. ML.
II. J. llMt. h.
Clliitn I vlailoni nre eonlinllt invited
lo lnnit the eutaloKue ami Ini-. TllK- their
namt-.nM tuemlieni. ion rtiull .
W.D.ROWE,
uKAi.MH IN-
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
iVr.uihr M- ntiitu-llt.
it.
Ml himU i.l Muiiu
nun in. 'riitMliKtom-M,
Ili-llll-ltOIHt, I'ltlri
nml iih' iiiikIi ti
'nlt-r in i hi lHtrl
l'irii
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Vitni At ItiincoiiilH
Wur tiuiiftt'.
Hu'itl tltlm
J. N." MORGAN & CO.
No. 3 Barnard Uutldlnic.
JScliool nml I'ollfiro Text
Hookn. ii full lino. IVM-tH, Hin
tory, Uoinuiice. Hioonmliv.
Tnivt'l nml Novi'Ih, Fmnilv
IJiblfH, S. S. DihluH and Twt-
n iiifiitM. Oxiimi Ti'iiclicPM
Biblt'H, Soiij? ItoukH of nil
kindH, lurfHtock .Sliitioiicrv.
Blank l$ookn hinI Oftlcc iiiiil
School Supplit'H. Nw line
LadicH' and Ut'nlK' Pocket
OOOKH JIlHt OlM'llfMl. Flllll'V
(loodH and DoIIh.
fehllldlT
Chicago & Alton R.R.
;RANTN DRltt STOI
24 utii'TH m ain mthhht.
Ncarnlifhlctlutr!..
Cton r.vrtt, lutitract. ciitur liMnitnrM
n.Kht, uhli'ctii HimtinK .wfoiv thr r.vrtt,
Kirii-K IiIIikIIdk. wruk niKht, UrrHitii(
nhart NiKhtriliitHM, ovrmiKhtrilntim. i
vision, tiiKht liHndiiriN, nun bllndnrM.
tu unit (mrHlyird Mlicht, arc vitmllly n
iinii nnirliiiu-M mttunil l,v wrnHun Mr
Cryittiiliitil lernisi-N.
Hat. Arrived
Thr m,.cri uitk-iHit, Mr. Cvtautriffniti
thv -it,v, rrpn-arntiiig HhmV' nv Ci
irvtl l.tuHf. TIinr tflamira hvt won t
mini linn of all who have vncd Thrm.
title ntt un-iTvertlrntci every hrrr.
tun tie warn nny trnKth of tlmr at unei
.mil ftlvr a murvrloui rlrarnrtn of '
llumlnda hnvr hud their inbt improv
their unt. Thry ntnnd un rivalled In
ifiUtnlid reputation. So charier for fltl
ttrp.1 drtm
TUB l.AKlil.r,T AMI BHrtT R(jlli
thk rtortn.
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORAT
or
H. C. Woltcrcck &
CONKI'l.TIM CHKMIKT AS1 WINlNli KNOI!
AtinlyNe of Mrtnla. firm, Coal or Colu
rnil litem, I'rrtlliirni, etc.
I'l iCK LIST n.N AIl'l.lCATtO
MiniiihT iirourrtv lnvitliai?d. drv?
houijht und told.
lorrvitpondrncr miliuted.
SamnUn cun lie nent liv mull or tanr-
wetit h expreiiti. chnrKeW muat be prepa
wnnini n every pinor.
CliattaiioocM, Tcnn.
UK. H C. WOLTCRKC
n.ivil ilAin l y Maan
RICHMOND & DANVILLE B. R,
I'AaaHNOKR IlkHAHTHKNT.
Weatera North Carolina IHtlaioit
HASMIINOUK TRAIN aCMKIlt'1.1
1 1 KrracT Hkpt. iim
'Alii Meridian time nw-d w hen nut utht
indiea'ed.
k iti nii, No. nl No. S.I
J Dully. I Hall.
Lv. Knonvllle," j " I "
ilMilhnter.il VAupm Hoflnm
A.litrille, llaoami aioTpm
Ar. Kall.hurv, S3:iaml USOiim
" luinville. 11 Hiatal 10 UUtiia
Klchmond,
f.haodlt
rammrnrlatliin o Mr. Ir Person's
Kcmcdv. Mra. Lnlhatn hJ tk J. ......
DO you want a tender, nweet ia verir bartly, and tbtuarnrthisKririe.iv
and Juicy ft teak or Roaat.call P1"?" wonderful in it sffirct, and after
at MARTIN'S MARKET. " nf ww oott, b"llJ' 1m-
90.Malaat. r "8.Pib.IatVrcC,N"'c.
Street Car Schedule.
Heainnlna at a.M a. at. Hndlna 10.1X1 p. m.
....... i
I, . OSVIHIU Latham, uf f .nvnvilt. V rr L..H a . i . .
f I.L. ..I '.ij,: '." ' "i k.l( I ," iig,r IIH
... v maiuit in aanintr a wnra o.
Car leave anar fnr Melltr'a, Donlilrilat
tanitir'attoa 7 minute, after eaeh hour
and half hour.
u5.?r k!v? M'"i l"l"" anil Camti
hoar ""Mrtsa beeoe eaeh hour and hair
Behedale ears eoanert at Huaarr.
i-lri'" "S " verj trala. On valise al
lowed eaej. paaarnavr.
tot AVwrvTviB BTttfirr av. co.
O. P. HAOEMANj
BROKER.
-Corre.iontleiit to-
Doran WrlKht Co., Ltd.,
10 Wall HI., New Vork.
aTliCKH, OHAIN, 1-KnviHIONa, HUTNII
I.HL'M AND COTTON.
rrlvau wire to Near Vorh aid Chleaao.
Cotitiauotis quotaUoaa, actual delivery
(uarantrrd. Room. 8 and No. 11 Pattoa
.vtntri, aa g
I'ABTKHT HOI TB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Asheville to knn.n. Cltv in UT houra.
Anhevllle lo llenver in (11 houra.
A.hevllle to Han Hrnnei.co, California, and
Portland. Oreaon, In A dav..
Bolld Ve.llltuled Train. Bt. I.uoia to Kan
.a. City. KeeHnine; chair car free.
I'or full Information call on or write tu
B. A. Ncwland,
IH.trlet I'awenirer A Kent,
No. to I'altun Ave., A.hevllle, N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chleaao, III.
A ,NBW lBKD,careriilly prepared hy lead
Inn memlwra of the Aahevllle liar ion
Uueat parehmcnt and heavy flat pnperl, coe
erin all nifeea.ary poliit., Ju.l out and now
P w Vu.f theCmiKM Pkblish
I 3 Koran) hlAnail
" RnlrlKh, j'ioBpml T30aml
" t.olil.horo, I Ulopm luniliimi
Wilniinuttin I atiomn
l.fiKhlmra, jl3iiimiwsnm
n.hlnKloni Tlopml Hr..'lam
ii.iiinnurc. Nnliprnl l'"ainl
Mil!:... I L-opn, I lo.Tnm
New i,rk. , iluiiaml IUO,in'
WKHTlmrmi. I No. fill I No. .VJ j
I Daily. I liullv. I
Lv. New York, j lii 1.1am I 4:io,.m
' I'hlln., Tl'oionl .l.lTpinl
oaiiinii.n, i.4.uini :iti.:i '
aahinxt'lli 1 1 'J4.-oi. ( 1 1 iHltnn I
l.yiii-hliuru.i n -lop. n l ,-,nj m
Kiehmond. I :ioiipiii '..'itiiiin I
1 lull. llle. H4tlpml ail.lilinl
UMifinm'n uminiiii ,
ioliUiioru, I y:iopml .liinpin
KultiKh. 4iii, in i loo.nil
" riull.liury, 134r,uiu 111 2flainl
Ar. Aahevllle, I 7 SL'ntn I37nni
" Knnsvillr,
Uioiliiner.l llair.pini NSApni
No. nn i
linily. I
ullh amlLv.'
in Sli amlAr.
I mi pnil "
A. At 8, K. R.
Aahevllle. Art.
Ilenderaonville, "
KpartanliiiiK. Lv.
No
0.
TOf
001
.14
. MIIRPIIV URANCH.
No. 1 j UiaJly riecpl aumlay.'l
UlOamif t. Aahevllle. " Ar,
IJlOamlAr. Wayncavllle, "
" 7" l'ni jarrett'a,
W
0 1". pml '
Veatfleld.
Lv.
No
ant
mi
7 IK
IIIC
Sleeping Car Nervice.
W e Hike plea.ure In annouiielnathelti.
rnlloii of a daily line of eleaant Pullman
fi t lirav. Inir Room Care, between HotBp.
and A.hevllle and Waaalnvtoa, u. C I
li, oil the following aehednle:
N'o. na ' "' '' VH6.
1 2 2B pm i Lt Hot Spring., A rrj
.upra aencvuic,
7lanm " Hall.bury, "
es.lamlArr Wa.hiniftuti,
CIO., and Sua. ennHMMMa mmmA. U
!1nt"n f"r " Mnte In the North and I
1 he Pullman Parlor Car now Ulna otwr
iKtwcen tiall.hury and Knosvlllc oa I
train, will be discontinued aftae the i
nieneement of the Hieeplna Cnr ran.
Nl,.. All Uml Rl. Pulln..h UImmm lt.
ilraen.hiiro and Morri.town.
W. A. WINDl'RN, II, P A.
IA8. I.. TAVI.OK.U. P. A., ' '
nn.niiiHion, l. c
61
3
112
110
SCHOOLS.
KiiKUteh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND UTTLI fllRLt,
No. 40 Prench Broad Avenue.
MRS. lURQWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(For many year AMoeiau Principal of Mt.
. , . Vernoa In.tltutc, Baltimore.)
arlfaij. c"nH' laaiteBt tcseben.
ThelleMtare .
the Cheapei
HRORiNO'fl
PATENT
CHAMPION SAFE;
Farrell & Co.,
Ptalladclpbla. '
a-u3U (Uiwaa
I I ' "IP '

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