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is a very valuable
aid in drawing 'us
tomers, and when
one considers Unit
it was said by Rob
ert Bonner, "My
success is owing to
well agree with the
fyreat showman, I.
T. Harmim, that
"the road to fort
une is throiifiii
THE UAIIA CITIZEN.
fcv RANIli iLt'll-KHKK I'KISTINC. CO.
Thi IHii.v citizkn, liemoerHlic, i ,iuhliwhei
every altcrouon tcaccil sluil.la.vi at thi' following-
rate. Htnctlv cash
THK UAII V CITUKN
In tin Male at the fultuwlnx placei in Aahcville
BATTKR Y 1'AKK NKWK STAND.
OLKN KtK'K NBWS STAND.
MOHK1. C IOAK STIlKli. Dntton Ave.
J. CAK80NS NliWS STuKli, North Court
MONDAY SliPTMMIIl-K '.".l, lS'.Ml.
I.awyerH and Hie Allium.
Tltc ernilite eililor of Tun Cmi:s pin
in iitticc the practice til l.iw inciir.'ililc
The victim may litmcr mi through ilii
vuriiiUH stupes tit' life, iiutl even ciiitr;ict
other iiilmcnta, lint the lirst ilise.-tsc is
Riven ircccik'iice over nllsiilisi'itietitciiiii
plaints, ami it is rescrveil cspecullv In In
the death ot'liiin. Aiiti-l-'arincr itntl Me
The ease is just ulxmt as ynti state it.
esteemed one, anil as villi say "it is re
served especially to lie the ileal h of him"
Uwiirt. Not that the disease is neces
sarily fatal unless continued with stichat
attack of alliance-pholiiit as .Mr. IJwart
is at present suffering lum.
The fact is. and. for the most part, hap
pily it is so, once n lawver always a law
yer. The profession, rightly followed,
is a ntililc ami dinml'ud one; anil its train
inK, while it tends to unlit a man to In
come an honorable meuilier of the alii
ance, nevertheless makes of him a mem
ler of society we could not do without
That trainiui; forms an environment tlu
influence of which is life loiiji.
We are not familiar with the exact
grounds on which the alliance rcuiscs to
admit lawyers, but just at this moment
the followiiiK comes under observation
S K.crsi-:, Sept. l'."i. A curious mistnki
occurred here tti-tlay injustice I llnrlaud
er's court room, which illustrates how
absurd law technicalities iiiav beat times
Mrs. Carrie Darr liroimhl an action lot
an accoiltiuiif; against J. McCullotiuli o
this city. The jury anreeil in their pri
vale room on a verdict for tlicilclciitlatit .
hut when they returned to thecoiirt rooti
the tiireniitu blunderingly announced ;
verdict lor the plaintil). The court ac
cordirajly recorded the decision as an
nounced, aiiilyave judgment lor the plain
tiff. Alter t'le jury had Ik-mi discharge,
the mistake was tiiscovered, but the jus
till-said that he could not change tin
records, and that the verdict must statu,
as announced. It would Ik- at'anist pub
lie policy to allow a jury to discredit its
Will any lawyer in Asheville iwdcrlaki
u defence td this ruling ? Anil does not
every lawyer in Asheville Inlieve that a
farmer who had sense euoah to raise a
crop ol tobacco would also have sense
enough lelt not to render such a decision ?
It is such tly-sicck rulings as the forego
ing as have tended to bring the law into
contempt anil we believe eausetl lawyers
to lie, unjustly in part, discriminated
against by the farmers.
The Joint Ielate.
Headers of Tiik Citizi-n interested in
Mr. Crawford's campaign will find in
this issue a further account of his debate
with Mr. liwart. The two arc going
from centre to centre of the more settled
districts of Western North Carolina, the
one, liwart, to give an account of Ins
stewardship, the other, Crawford, to
show that he is the more lit man to rep
resent this enlightened constituency in
the national house of representatives.
Which will prove his case? We have
been at some pains to impure of intelli
gent nnd discriminating gentlemen who
have heard Mr. Crawford in these join l
debates what impression he made on
them. The uniform reply is that he has
greatly surprised them; but altogether
on the favorable side. "In the first
place," said one, "Mr. Crawford has
none of the tricks of it politician, lie is
absolutely honest. I do not lielieve that
he could be induced to state an untruth
to gain even temporary advantage." All
who have hcrrd Mr. Crawford have
Iteetl astonished that he should lie so well
informed on public (piestions, esK'cially
the tariff, every highway and byway ol
which his SX'eches show him to have
thoroughly csplored. "He thunders
right at Ewart," said another gentleman
to Tiik Citizkn; "nnd has Imtl him on
the dclensive from the start." Mr. Craw
ford is thoroughly well balanced ; cool,
courteous and so evidently sincere that
republicans, whether they Inlieve what
he says or not, nevertheless believe that
Mr. Crawford is shaking from conscien
Tiik Citizkn will have turlhcrnccoiints
of Mr. Crawford's campaign from day
to day. Our readers will enjoy with us
his telling points and Mr. lvwart's dis
comfiture. We shall presently Iwgin to
report more fully the arguments ninde,
so that each render may judge for him
self of their compurn' ivc value.
Mot Thla AdinlHKloil.
At Spruce fine the other day, sicaking
to a reputable white constituency, Mr.
Ewart said he realized that some negroes
were now voting the democrat ticket,
and then went on to make this astonish
ing admission : "The negro," Mr, Ewart
aid, "bat learned that he has very little
to expect Irom either political party."
Mr. Ewart can ol course speak knowingly
for but one politicul party the republi-
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SKPTEMKER
can; and if he concedes that the negro
litis learned by sad experience that lie has
little to expect from that party, then why
in the world should lie vole for its nomi
nees? It has been a leading call with
southern republicans for years that the
negro must vole with the republican
party to get the benefits ol enfranchise
ment. Mr. liwarl's coiilcssiou amounts
to advising his colored brother to take to
Now that it inav be regarded as set
tled that the democrats ot the Ninth dis
trict have a candidate worthy il evcr ef
'orl they can make for him, Tun L'iiizi-n
hopes that nothing else will be lacking
to carry the Ninth district. Ct twliutl is
iteailiiy making voles; there can be no
. U hi ll til' that ; anil lilt recall bcnoilmibt
.-ither that if every man w ho leels in
. lined lo voti' for hint docs so he will be
elected, liwart has seen the Hood licit- ol
lis popularity. Struggle as lie may it i
is good a- settled that if Crawford lias
he help he should have; has tiie votes ol
ill the men who think as lie ilno, lie ill
;o lo Washington with inure nl a major
'ly thanev'.'ii I he present congress Uicd's
etiugtcss would dare set aside.
. W. t'i. sttvs in a New York paper:
"A free press! Free speech! How
:ong shall we retain those rights agains'
.lie paternalistic inlerleieuec of sell-con-stittitcd
A long, long time apparently. The
titess wits never licturc so iree it issotuc
linics too lice ; and speech is freer ill. in
vcr except in the house ol representa
tives. If Aslict illc's tcpiuaiinn for a delight
ul climate depended on this month 01
September, A I'. 1 '.ii i, she would snou u'
nit of business. The ohlesi inhabitant
.hat mysterious know-all
md city isn't it s.ninu: a
-an't cptes bis teiiuiuv
"We shall hi h.,; ! . '.
l every low i
. u r mi;. I-
iw art loses
liw K I ha
liis luree bill
lost bis t .v
. It and ilk claim lii.it lit
avedthe mica duty. What has he U It
o recommend hint ?
ll was noticeable that not a siagli
lelegate at l he Y. M. I C. i etitioi
eprcsciucd V iltuitigloil, the largest i it
hi the stale.
The republicans ol Lenoir county see
ing the hopelessness ol tnetr c.ium' will
ml, it is thought, pal nin eoittitv ticket
II the ticlll lilts ,1c, ll .
iiave nominated i m
otigies-.. This C'-m
i,l,s b both parties
e C. Seiit k rek lot
ilccs liu- uonilil.i
n N'irlh Caioiina.
Ashe ccuinlv h is always been tipu'ilt
.'iii. Tiie alliance men hail acouuty con
vention and put up. i tieki-l coiuio-cl t
Ieinocrats and i-epublu ans. Uiun tie
letlloeralic on i iili-ai
ottllilallotis. but i ul
tut t It I le no
tl the ailiami
The results .a ti
tlocralic duos a e uialitng
ille alteiiaaiKe was n .t a-l.irg, as was
- xpecletl, Umc was a notable eullui-i-
tni .no I it wasa eoiniunn leui.ok ilia;
it was votih o.iioo voles. W ilmington
Jones county's lion inces lor the legis
lature wiie tusirucleil lor 'auee. The
Jaldwell cottnly liculoi ratic colivetlliot,
nominated S. 1,. I'.ttursnti lor the legis
lature. A resolainiu was adopted en
dorstng Senator Vance, and Mr, i'atter
soll in aecepliug the uomittalioa pltdca
liimsell lo work tar Vance's ie-elteliou.
The Mariners' alliance in ilalilaxhavc
aamctl the legislative tiekel aecotding lo
i be proposed com promise Ik-Iwccii the
parties. Mr. VY. VY. Hall, etliloi ol ihe
tvoauoke News, of Welilou, was uaincil
lor lite senate and Messrs. . li. Ilovvers.
ol Itrinkley vide, and A.M. Hill, of coi
laitil Neekl lor the house. The deiiiocr.ilie
eounly convention have raiiiied tiie
The republican convention of the lhinl
district nominated ti. C. Scurlock, a
negro incchaiiic, ol Cumberland county,
lor coug.ess by acelaiuaiiou. A hard
lighl was made, says the Clinton Can
c.'isian, by lite w hue "boses" to nomi
nate a while man. but to no avail. Thi
secretaryship of the uncling was ollcrcd
to ex-SherilV Sutton iwiuic "boss"l. ol
lllaileu; but the slterill said he wouldn't
accept any ollice from a convention in
which so much rascality had been
If there was one notable Icuturc ot the
greal convention of young men's demo
cratic clubs w hich impressed itself up m
those in attendance more than auoilter.
it was tile powerful, irresistible oratory
of that well known democrat and sne
cesslul cumpaigucr, Don, W. II. kilchiu,
ol Halifax. Capt. Kilchiu is an orator
of the true type and w hen he rises to
SH-ak ami gets well under way he Hashes
out fires nl elo.ptence and thunders of or
atory that literally sway his audience.
I le is a powerlul sH-aker and in Inct we
know ol no one in North Carolina who
can surpass him as a campaigner. News
Senator Vance told the people in his
Raleigh sjieech, that that loo.oiiii men
owned lonr-lilllis of the wealth of the
country with its (io.linil.iiiMi ieople!
That is as bad as the situation ol affairs
in Ireland, about which there is always
so much sympathy. Mr. John C, Scar
borough, who is a good alliiineemanantl
n sterling democrat, said at the meeting
of the democrats that any farmer who
hail opposed Vance lelt mean niter hear
ing Vance's noble speech. Ami it was a
speech to go straight to the heart. It
wus said by not a lew that Vance is even
stronger ntiw than he was in 1H7H! No
higher compliment than that could be
paid. Durham Sun.
The campaign in Mecklenburg county
is now oieii, ami the prospect for Demo
cratic success was never belter. The re
publicans are lighting imil r I lie prohibi
tion banner. '1 hey have made no nomi
nations for the legislature or county of
fices, The prohibitionist have nomi
nated a legislative ticket, and one of the.
nominees is ex-Sberil) Cooper, once an in
deienileiit democrat, but now a recog
nized republican. He is open in his op
position to Vance. It is untlerslood that
the republicans will vote lor the prohibi
tion nominees, esieciallv Cooper. In
fact, the so-called prohibition Lieket is
nothing but republicanism in disguise.
The democratic nominees arc ull nlliiiucc
men and among our best citizens. Cor.
wiieie hikI Wlien 1'rllliiK Aricu
niriiiH t'un lift llt-aril,
llou. Z. II. Vanct, llryson City, Octo
ber;!; Webster, Saturday, October 4;
I'raiiUlin, Monday October 0,
Hon. T. J Jnrvis, llillsboro, Tuesday,
September :li; Koxboro, Wednesday,
October, 1 ; Yancey villc, Thursday, Octo
ber -; Keitlsville, 1'Viday October .'I;
Walnut Coee. Saturday, Octolwr ; Win
ston, Motulav. October li.
llou. 11. A . t'liiduer, Trenton, Tuesday,
Si pli nibcr, ;itl; Kinstou, Wednesday, Oc
tober 1 ; Snow Hill. Thursday, Oclobei
'J ; Oiildshoro, Pi-Hay, October II; Kal
eigh, Sa .urdav, October 4.
C. H. coek, listp, Saiil'ord, lJridav,
O. tuber It; l.illington, Satiirtlav, Octo
llou. W. II. Kitchen, I'ittsboro. Satur
day. September 'JT; Carthage, Monday,
Scpteiiilicr -'.I; Ivoekiiighain, Tucsdav,
Comity chaitmeu will please adverlise
liberally with hand-bills and otherwise,
ami ilemocr ilic papers give publicity to
' lu se appointments.
I . Ciiamiu us Smith,
Ch'it Slate Deal. lix. Com.
Neiti ii llaM IIIh i:l- n (lit.- I'rt'M
Iflvncy. I'liitn a sneech hy ,. M. I.llliusl on.
"What is the significance of the tcptili
lic.'in victory in the house ot rcpresi-uta-
ives yestertlay ? We will go I'm ill and
. onipicr ill the name ol the whitiest ami
blackest man in the country. We shall
lid in the interpretation ol the constitu
tion and in its ajipli.'alion. We shall
ousider the ipiestnm, is a pure ballot in
i guarded and protected ballot box the
lucid thai preserves our n.-H ioual iiileg
:it ? Men used to give us rights. We
w ill help to give the country rights now.
Vc arc in t lie grcal congress ol the na
'ion. Wcwill advance to the scitalc,
inil when necessary, when Ihe negro has
jrowtt as great and learned and magnifi
cat as lie now is loval and true, he shall
'null to the president's chair. Cheers.
Vc'll not stay anywhere "Thev stud.
No niggers shall rcptesitit the Fourth
iisiri. t of Virginia,' , 'iinl with K'ced to
e.id. MeKinlev to tleli ud, Cannon lo ,-itl-
oc.iu. loosvenor i.isoeak, and Unwell
ml M olten to si.oiil steadfast lor tin
ilit, VK iory is ours,"
A Keen ThriiMl.
!'r,.in a current u-hi;ram.
In iiobliag that the circulation of the
' Kieiui r Sonala" is not a e hue iinilci
ur law Judge Thayer, of I'hiladelphia.
H'iug reiuinded ol the ari!umiul thai tin
post officials and the czar ot Kussia had
.-otiilciitued (he books as an ualawlitl
tiblieatiou, quietly remarked thai "with
ail iltspaiagiug in any degree the respect
hie lo these high ollieials within theii
respective sphere. I can onlv say that
cither ol thein has ever beer, recognied
n thts louutry as a binding authority in
jitesiions oi either law or literature."
YOU t'HII'l Hull II Out.
i'l.un a Wnshiuclon Speeial.
Atlhoiich lloh K.iunilv'H iK-ieh. itcilomic
nii: ijiimv as a criminal ami a ni-coiiI Jmlti
Keariot li s Ihtii strtiki-n Irmn the i rinii
a,n r. e,nl. still that pi'i-t o1' tin eiH-eeh in
. In. h .iii.'.v anil the senate ale llenotlll.eil
u ill t'v in the perni.-uii nt reeiinl, ltii-oriorn-lt-,1
in Mr lail-.i 's reinioks w In n he intro
.hi. il th, n soliitioti In ir sure Keliueily. An
, il' ,ri w is Miiolt-hv ijiin v's I'lieiiils lo have
that s ri. ten out also, l.nt. n it einltuit lu
ll, mi without action by the llotie. it will
I will ! no walkover.
I'riiut th,' Slulhx Aurora.
I he t, a u s- ortainiatitl on enrtll is tlll-
iinil.li.au ,arty It is like II ionoe.l sn.-ike
a ill' s to ,'s sonit'tiiui s I, tit alwiiys ttiaii.
ai;i r- to yet tiiiiflln r ilhoiit N iviihIht. We
tni-t thai we nine ituili it reat victory litis
'all. Imt il' yon think it is uoinu lo Ih- it
"walk our" . vmi are mis-akin. It Me stie
.it.l it will he ti haul ImiKlti linttlr l',,r 'our
ti, in v i iiii,-hiy anil ht:i chariots eovir ihe
IMrl ol tills. In Mtly and Wllkt-d.
Kev Ihos Vivmi. o' New York.
Tin lesishition. hit h is l,asi 1 upon pnr
lisnuslnti ami sittion -lism, innst stop. Hut
hil'ore it ilois stop. II v lileinls, then- must Ih
fuiurnl Sotm'itav will tome when r,ml
a ill liury -otii,' no, nl nu n north ami hiiiiii
I men south 'I hen this ihlnii will cense.
May lie hasten th, I'linerals
Hlit- Wiih t'iiniilt'U-l Cured.
A daughter of my e list. inter sulierctl
iroin suppiessed mi nsit itatiou and hei
health w as comph tele wrecked. Al my
suggestion shi used one bottle ot Itr.'id
lields I'einaie Kgiilator. tvhicheiired her.
J. W. Ill l.l.l Ms.
Water Valley, Miss.
Write Uraihicld Kegtilalor Company.
Ul.'intu, I'm., for particulars. It v all
A mam ot tnrinr hnkliiK nwlrr. IHjhrttt
"l iill in iriivi-nhiK MtrciiKth 1 K. (uvtrn.
mi ni Ht to.rt, Aummt 17. 1 mmu (iilv'.Mull v
IUK SAf.li, CMIiAl'.
Smntl Oriii-crv liinttiK'HK, mnt Incntlnn. Ad-iln-HM
IM). HON IH.
M('t1 'J'J tl I VV
Hiihtirhin rvMiilrnvr, otic mttr from city n
M rrinion nvrnuc rnnil. hnniln'itnrlv nml
onmitli-tt Iv furniMlti'il imhI citHpKil ; riuulMitr
vlt-w; rxtrtmivc KriMiniln; two (rcnh jTrv
i'i.' t; w hitt-r uimtcn; humrn nml vrmi-lci if
ili'iirctl. l'ni-.folnn kKto lilt of Novcmhcr.
owtit-r ocrtipvliiK In mini hi t only wimiUI
tiiukt- iH-rniiMH-nt nrrnnKfrncnt with pnrty
lilr(nu n winter rcplfli'ncc. Aildrm
mptO.llrn I. il. LOCK IloX n.'ia.
CIGAR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Htm received a fine lot of
With tlte latest styles uf hnnillrs silver
plnteil nntl ikIiIIiciI. Also alnrgc supply of
or Hie l.nlest Kdltlnns.
TO WEAK MEN
8nirrln( from th ircM of ymtUifal rror, outf
t Bpsr, wutlni wMknuM, ImI tnnbood, (to., I win
nnd nlubl truUM IwwImI) ontaldlD (all
putlonlsn for bona oun, FRMof charga. 1
puindld mttdleal work l flhonldlM md bf varj
uo bo It Mrratia ud Ubllluud. Adilran,
Trat, V. o, nWLU Moo4iu, Cm
PUTS UW 1
Villi LATEST XliWS
FKOM NOKTII CANOUXA-
There now 2.1 fMi gunners' alliances in
North Carolina: a gain of IIS'.l since last .
The Concord Pair, to he held this
week, from Tuesday to Friday inclusive, j
promises to he the best fair ever held
Steve lacobs, Ihe Croat. m murderer,
who was to be hanged nl l.iiial" i ioa ,
last week, has been icspited milil tlclo-1
The Canaritsa llaplist church, in
llcrtie county, has held centennial ser
vices ill coinniciiionition of its hundred
The finest crop of birds for ten years
is Ising raised this year in Lenoir county
and siioitsniiii arc anticipating a gay
lime there next winter.
We were a passenger on the train
from liurh.im last Friday alicitio
when an old man, named Solonian Car
penter, was knocked oil l Mi' track ny inc
locomotive nnd killed between Morris
villc ami Cnry. lie was very ileal
The same old story. At Mr. VV. li.
Litaker's gin in No. i on the IM-th ol
ScpleinlKT, Mr. IVier Scheiick was ic
niiiviug some motes from helical II while
the gill was in operation. The next mo
ment Mr. Schcnck's right ariiiw.is torn
oil about the elbow. Concord Standard.
An explosion of gunpowder in a eat
triilge-hiailing machine occiirreil in a
llrccnsboro haiilware store. The win
dows in the building were shattered and
t he clerk who caused the explosion was
severely injured. They ig incii threw
.1 match carelessly aside and it fell into
the powder-chamber of the machine.
Senator Vance while al Inirh itn said
of it, that if it was a dead lown,
it was like the Irishman's Icirapia.
I'at had cut oil the head of
the "varmint," and the thing was as
lively as ever. McCarthy, passing by,
asked him why he didn't kill the"l aslc. '
"An' faith.it is dead," was the icplv,
"lint the craylhtir ain't siusiblc of it."
Local option has been tried in Con
cord lor four years and has proven a
great success. No one es'Cteil that the
sale ol vtluskcv would cease entirely.
Whiskey has been sold oil Ihe slv ol
.onrse. Hut i he in. in who buys whiskey
in this lowu now has to put hiuisell lo a
:real deal ol trouble, and the m ill who
-it'll it is running, the biggi st risk of his
life. Concoid Times.
A Crcctishorotlispaichsnys; A young
man of the name of Osborne, under bond
lor his j'ppcurnucc at the last term of the
stilierior court under a grave criminal
charge, skipieil out. Later he reap
iH'ared swearing that he would lake the
hie of ludge I'. Schcnck and several
others. An attempt was made to arrest
him by a posse ol seven men, but Osborne
resisted dcsicrutcly and escaped.
livery year the negroes have a big
meeting al Vestibule, near king s moun
tain, and the colored population atlcitil
for miles around. Last Sunday was Ihe
biggest day yet. An eye witness tells us
that ihe grounds were covered with men
drunk ami dunking. The drunken tie
groes tired their pistols, cursed and de
lied all law ami order. In coming In Hue
thev broke their buggies and turned over
llieir carriages. It is reported as pande
monium. Shelby Aurora.
Thii ly operatives at Cleveland Mills
No. 'J witnessed a slrange combat btr
I ween a brave, pretty, do k eyed while
woman of respectability and ail at ill. tic
colored woman, Minnie Schcuck. Thcy
lought and knocked like pugilists in a
prize light, caring not lor the crowd ol
men, women and children. Ilalchci
Webb parted the infuriated combat ants.
Il was a bail show! May Cleveland
count v never see its like again. Shelby
A well known gentleman who was
in llrevard a few days ago, while in New
York had a talk with Mr. Iumi, presi
dent of the French Itroad Valley railroad.
Mr. Ilyolt iuloriileil him that the build
ing of this road al once is a certainly.
Mr. 11. M. K.'imseur, chiel engineer of
the French Itroad Valley railroad, SkiiI
Monday night in Itrcvaril. He says that
the road is all sniveled ill Henderson
county, and three fourihsof the road is
guided to ihe Transylvania county line.
He intimated that the lirst of Ihe road
to Iw finished ami put into oieratioii
will lie fioiii llievaiti to lleinlvi'soiivillc
BIG CRASH t
Kxcitenii'iii ni n lii'li list lie
witi k (if I'xislic Urns. &
Wrilit's Imililiii Ihi'iiiiic
known. Workini'ii an ni
idly I'fiuoviiiK the ilrhris nntl
will soihi liiiy llic liiiililiiij;
ii'lilnccil. In tlio ini'iint iinc
(In1 iiiiinciisc htuck of pxxlH
piliil ini'vci'.v coriuT will n
saci'ilii'cd ut irit't's ltss tliaii
over known in Aslicvillc. Of
coursu w will p't UKl DAM
AO KB fur t ho wriH'knS lut
our I'lisluincrs will liavo n
"pitiiic" of low prices for n
few dayH. ('oin and w.v.
UOSTK! UU0S. & W1U011T,
No. 11 N. Court Squint.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aicnt for Kcrmi Cmk Woolen Mill..
North Minn A.hc.lllr, N. C.
(rhl ort l r
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' ' 1 . 1 I
THE SHOE STORE"
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
,'lti I'm tun .ertn-,
Prrf I'lnc Hut a Specialty. 'ttl
TSII5 Nl Cli'lSN or TUli
I'rovidcnT - Savings
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
NEW YORK, IS ATTRMJTING WIDE AT
TENTION FOR TH FOLLOWING
1st, Tlu im-iiiifti-In th-iiinmint if new In
iirum- In lM an ld r u-m. ovrr linn
nl i In- irrvim yvtir.
I'nd. S w Iuimihm in Ih.h'.i, tu-.-irly twctitv
inillMitiN i.l dH:ir.
:trd. Tin ration ol' iuyimiit (r lh-atl
Cl.iiniN ami K-nit h to tiiiumnl at KNk nri
l.i iV I-:k tliiin llioHt' ut the i Oi U l and (urge!
Lite lnuniiKv CotnMit in of Ni w Vo:k;iun!
the- Katinn of A-rt to .iitli'litli' ill tli
I'nivi'linl Saving l.ili lire I.AK(.i:K, tvhi:
fur fvrry SI'" of l.lnlalittrii. whik- ir
lw tlmf lurB t ul' the NVv York Cotn.ia
ni. -th.- Nun.. an- a. S I iI7, $1 1 ami $1 lis
t. i Vi-ry 91IK) ii tin ir I. aMIitit-n.
Mh, l.iU liiiiraiHv nt ACTt'AI. tST.
tliat lirinun inn'trame within tin nm-n ot
many h ri'tolon- una Mi- to nrrv U.
."th. It n vfrt'o-t out' half hi iHiviliari:i'il
I- r it in thr"IU-it Mil Sttt- l.iU CmnpiiniiM,"
a)i m ixi'irdHv irt'V that hardly .'tl hi
ivnt. of llu-ir rntniiim Kivciit wvrv nt'i
ai to iiiiiria thi-livt-i o ih. ir l'olic hohU r .
while ihe Itnlatiiv iictl lor mtmt-thinj.
tlM- ltDiiN miirainT
lilll. I'at ixiHTii'iiti Htm wit that tht- Inrttrt
the pIiiiih u( tht Soiit-ty arc known, th
LUitttr il income hrio ifn.
To know what iIhm jtlaiit iirr.rall nt tht
L'oinitaiiv' oihtv in r.riaitniro, N, C,
i :. II. MR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Alio Kradlnu of all kind done. All nrdtn
promptly llllnl and work unataattd Can
Ih lot iul at ull tinifH nt tVtaliaia'i Cotton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
IS. J. ASTON,
C'cucral i liiHurimcc i ArviiI
Hrnr No. -'o South Main ntrei-1.
Anlleville, N. C
lin.t HI v
KiiKliHli and French
BOAROING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Nn. 4o Frt nctt Iirnnil Avenui-
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL.
I I'or ilintiv yenm Ammelale I'titleltiiil if Ml
Yniiti InMtuute. Hull inmri'. I
Aftii.tcil l,v N eor,M ol i-,,iltK-nteiil leiirher-
lr, n ,1 1 v
II. II. COSI2Y,
jmvi HHor to C. Co wan.)
1 I'ATTON AVICNl'IJ,
NHXT IlllllH Ti IIMMl I'UNTRM. I
Till., AftllltVII.I.I!. N. ('.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If .vein Imv. Niiy Nn.r, Thront or l.tinii T
(in npiillentlim I Mill .mil Hiniililit J
' ' iU'MTlitlve of AnhcvHIc nml nl.n the In '
1 IiiiIIiik trtntmcnt frrt with Hut ol que ' '
; tlniiK to lit n. wired liy the putlent 1 1
when onlrrlnu Home Treatment. Till.
treatment I. a. enectlvc At the ofllei
(WHICH NO. M I'ATTON AVHNUB,
Anile villi, N. C,
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. t
HEYELL & WAGNE",
HueeeMor. to Knpp Ik Llihtctllierxcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Cnlfei. ri it.'efl on thi iireml.r. ilnlly, anil
rotlnll lor every en.ttimer.
Full I-liic of Tuljlc NuppllcM,
Hrer ilrUvery. A full line iif He.il, futnl.hed
nt wltolvn'e prlee..
a8 PATTON AVHNl'K.
Teler ont No. OS.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central la88cnjter Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A morlern first class hotel
Hot nnd cold
. i i-
Hlrctric "ells In every romn
i ' ... l.,rrverv 20 minutes.
.'il niltiiitrs tor tnrain.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
, M. IIHVAN and WAI.TKR liHKKN, Clerk.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH-ROOM FlTItU Wlin wmcn uuuaci.
l-'iiiiihrH tlir.iu:hiiiit In Antliiur (Ink. IMrlnr nml Reception lull Iminhei. in Uuitrter-
saweil I Ink. w.om iirillK-il won i.ineruiu-
I'or further Inturmntion eittl on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jcflcrson Drive.
&10Q REWARD I
I'or anyone who win buy n pnir of llnihion Slmen nml not get value revrivril. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
tuit nliovv I'nrint'ni' Wnrrhoune.
ASIII VIM.i: DRY CiOODB COMPANY.
.'i.. ..-... 1t.1t1.lt.- 1 f.tttiin
rvt-rdindv KhiHT. W v kn p hotm-niHtlr Sliorn ol rverv kind. llonu-niaiU' Jrnnv Home
iiuidt riii'idt lloim-iihmU-loiiulii-. Iloim-mmlc UrillinK. We warinnt evrj pnir ol
Alu-villc Slmr Ci 'n .liofn.
Asht vlllc Dry Goods Co.,
I.d. H'lWII.I.. Mnnnuer.
Iliiwuril I'rullil nml Mill. MoIciiiiiIh' ni-e Willi
50 NOT I ORCiliX
O N L Y
Strictly in Advance.
$5 Vor a Club of Six.
Scud One Dolliii' iimi renew
your HiiliHi'i'iilion nt (nice.
Special ComsoiilintH in
every wction of VcHtrn
In the State.
wntcr nndl linthn nnd tollrUon every floor.
...-,.... t l...,l nuiitia t lO ilinitlfr
Kichiiiond ond Unnvlllv rnilroml entlng hiiuse.
1.00 Pi:R DAY.
I -11 1 I'irnt i'liiw (oofl. flan
I AfTTTnN ,v- ' naia mm
vAUilun wnrrnnlrd. and every alr
i.uN hi. iiHint auil prlee alampeil mm ketlaa.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE 0INTLIMIN.
Flna Calf aa4 Lac.4 WltinrMf Urmia.
Th. ucrll.ne. ud wwrini qu.llllMor UU aVw
vauiiKi in u,,tir nutiwn inmn dt too .ten.. I
menu 01 im inouMua. or oonitant WMrcrm,
tff.,00 (lenalne ll.nilww.4, aa .tenant a4
V JlLh lire Mhue wbleb eontmeniU mtli
tjf-OO lland-a.wra Welt. A dn. call auoa
uneguaiiii rnr style and durability.
Mnadrear Well It lae Haailara areaj
10 f ollrrmanri Hhon UetpwUllj lduM
for rKilmtul men. farmerm, etc
KhitM. at nnmili. mix.
11 niBuu to uingreM, iiuiioD Mia UkMw
h.T. been tnot favorably reeelvpd .lae. iBtrodueea
.tut the recent Inipmvem.nu make ih fapartar
to .ny ihiw. Mild .( thi'M, prlcea " " "
Ak your Dealer, .nit If he e.nnnt supply yon mnt
dlreet In fai'tnrv eurloUag aavartlMd prfea, Or
W. I.. UUUULAkV Brecktes, Haaa.
I'OR 8AL.B BV
WEAVER & MVERS.
Itilitor AHhcvlllc Cltlien:
Thnt our many friend, may know how we
are netting on we will Mate that we took In
In Hotel and Store
9,000 In Vive Weeks.
Took In In.t Saturday over $7110. $7(1 of
that wa. hotel, balance .tore. Motel reai
tereil 211 thnt day. Ilnd fl.ootl arrleal. In
(I month.. Our U'ek la mammoth 800 feet
Ioiik and lflfcct wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and Me "Old Ched" .mile,
nnd buy Kootl. of u. and nave 10 to 3(1 per
novlBdtf 8. R. CHKI1RRTRR t HON.
The World Pamnna, nneqnaled, nneicelled,
durnlile and beautiful
Are recommended hy the bent artLte. Come
ami einmlnc our Kood. before liuvinc elae.
where nt No. S7 .Uo avenue.' Tuning
anil reiinlrinii a peclnlty.
A lu'S ISrUl Prepared hy lead
nureltuVela and TwVSll"t. eoJ
on .ale at the oW e " V
a .o , vn, a North Coatf aanr, r)lln1 nt