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A;HpV!LLE, N. C.
New Series Enlarged and Improved.
50cts a Year.
5cts. a Copy.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, JUNE, 1869.
AM A WOMAN TO VOTF
lt eii.KKSSoB. I'. V.,i. 5 I'
An to woman voting, why is she
take man's pi nee? Her place
in the home, if she has got on";
1 not. 1ft hr teach, or cook, or
: oii rnuVe or make aoria! calls;
t n to the polls, leave her not .
a not hr place. Hr -ducat ion
pf convicted 'her to work for h
' hood. nr intention io
p them at horn. either ly
-nage or death, shall they thou
.v. If fa'lvra nr rir-lfca-ud "
t- I -ircuni'sn'-es "iir daughters
K ! tip provided for, t ut if th.iy
n. j. or n,..(lv. help may be
n t y clinn'.ie" iiiwi- no
thp realms f womanhood, has he-
com convinced that man ha
grs.ntd her all desires np to vot
ing, and to this test she says that
without the hallot she can do
nothing, for in h"r voice the hal
lot is powerful.
I draw a lino irom that of the
jiat to the -comma generations
f todiv f f " not i-nnsidr the
' i mo of dii rVion
f nd mothers v pr i hringinR their ; in case with man capital pnnish-
childron up. hut 1 moan a time j ment is a case of treason mnrder.
hen voting America-jif tcdayJ How is it in war time onr
and our 701117 people feeling an i Hntish services ani in tne i ni-
; .Indoa and rtndinee I td State death and degradation
upon their (tow. and t hoy scorn I imprisonment ' from rank or pay
ij moro oovor" O'l
(H'MIO,!. Hilll IgllO
k i' 'mart " cut
i d.iv J la'"r.
.... v i i.g for a p'a.-e
...,d ),, fee
her-'!' a-1 'iinil ! h" man wl
hH- l'"i there. She, )P'S 'he
..ir. a Us' Mian oim'ht !n have
hail, lui' on! 1 1 ..t j.av them t
man. I.m cou'd to. w -nxn, for sti
would wink nun ii cheaper tl.au
man. i.d h.i i-"""''!11'-"''1' "h
,.,,,.,. mi,-, ..tli.-n all the Mni. tli
It ia ninn have Leon reduced
i(. ..uo-half in waires of what they
would h bad woman not Keen on-
gnird to dpprive th rights of man
at that time.
If woman votes, she puts thp
oountry or plc in ou a kind of
Ion-sided affair. Mow many a
MppleH nifjht would h have.
when craving for th day to ooni"
that her side gained the victory?
But at last sh gpts left as the
mau Tjettiua in was opposed and
the majority upon the other fol
U h.t ahall I do? Is there no
heln. Why did you all not tell me
That is man's department should
ho depend of woman power for
nothing? What a human cry
there be and sucb a set of men;
where to go know not, or what o
lo hut asking questions.
Women I say they are lessening
man's wages every day the increase
of moi:ev which have forfeited for
-v,o!n vear. She even de-
IUV " T
maods our right aud expense
She has no right in buainess of
.n. kind. All we wk ia to have
nnr meals and rest at night from
our laborB over night and to make
our joy iu the world. Aa to tee
duty of women, is to ran their
homes and be good in our ab
sence. As to little girls, they start to
school for education; when fin
ished remain at home till duty
demands. Ordinary women are
no aocount to enter business that
belongs to man. There are some
- places which is respectful for
woman to command pin money
in many ways. Put then she
don't Trant to bother business care
though single, and above all to
keep oat of the polls.
Let us do work at home, and
bring the woman into our work
knd use her there. How long will
it be till the women give up nd
resume their places to us, it would
sent out quick.
Does this not go to show that
women lessened the wages upon
man in the past.
A young girl, just bordering on
but it is unlawfal to tafce a man's
life. As to capital punishment
if a question to he decided by the
bs of judges of the cotitractiajt
parties for crime committed.
The Bible says ont of the heart
the month speaketh and the lack
of judgment cannot he molested
with .crimea m all its branches
am not unlike medicine in all
whon w" wore ! diseases to he !aV"n before eatinjr
he time while a tablespoon aftproarh meal and
go ahont of becoming acquainted?
Yes, acquainted. A picture to see
th"m while m the mood, lady
quite pretty, and knowing, to any
man's estimation, hot yon may
think are not loving but am all
the same and know it but uever
tell it all the' same; requirments,
to perfection is, health, happiness,
ali in rfopial Hfe, is important fan
we not le too cautious nn to man's
estimation, for he lias th (lowor
for home comforts as well with
responsibilities in all things, und
id-.as mav be 111 doinir his lst,
and tj. moot wi'h II requirments
of ttdiiiiratiou and yon msv think
w don's , ,1m' we do nil 'he nam"
An one w:ilk down !h -tre
-1. 1 n wm 1. 1 pwhi i.i 11 f " n-t'fi m miw wmt wmm
H4, '- ' -TS
oi - .: St . .' v . . . ' ' '.-"' J. I
- " r V r' V. .
v ' . .
r ' ; -y x - l - :
Fuller, D. t.
ers, fathers, brides and grooms
and-all such at the approach of
0. W. V. Gate.
. Such luxury is at last songbt
after and we are jjlad to see it.
Can 1 add more, while the fast
moving stood can over run us, but
we cannot rnn ovor it answering
When von !.avo train, are all
Yes. Yon will write Leon 'good
TI10 train l lows and moves ,,(T.
Pome one left datrgage jrnider the
neat, 1'iWir lellow, left out of
aiL'ht has a jiro on n man (hat is
;,.fi '.irv exciting. Train t th
Huggae all oiif. I'.issen-
aiiri. tn h-ar'ho nri "f .eonrsvn !"?r
!ikl heard o.e day wlfon I did io giving you mi
not real u a couple wet-., near ;v; conveyaticee 'liev ,
walking on faster, 'he ..outi.ls ..t jKAU ,us .is .
voices ,-ame nearer und nearer I !w words as possilde
,v ears. I Mimed .HI "o not 'o d n- I fee! when -11 a' ched fr
: 11 ti rail ronl .
;ioar o .,-oti i '
' ton when on
'-vor d ...a ji.M 1 1
o (II ' ll" -am.-;l)ti
'11 Vri,e .1
artu-l" So 1 hav.
the i.e, 1 of knowl.'dgo by-
den .f lh
lite I, ti
im ! i nvd ing
r A lid l.ov it Hp
Mi. eiiernl irny-rnv.-l
e llld ! -I 'lie rest
It 4 ,Ol 111 . HrV
-.er'eM t rom .-mM
I'll I'. 1 il.KA N Kit WIU'1,1)
i.ik .; to -ki.:
J Prof. J. M.
I 1 1 H ' . ;
many ways ;
n 1 -
o'er -U ' J lV
l d .-id v ! ' 1 ;e
. ( o. w- iiiian
n 1 re vent
h ' I ' e. . 1 ' M n
'urli "h i-oiiv. rsatioii. .ind when I
,,,t .i.m,!tmn'i' 1 ...oljed oni-k
unit h" iimnlnneii'.'d mi)!"
er- .11 ight .aimhiiiif. 'ir-"' "
1 id 'lieu he i was minniiK
jinn .11 'mil fearod t might oe :o
trnduig in 'he .nnvi-rat ion
,..,.in 'o tuilv .11 mv -at 1 ma-
i.i.,., i.u.rtbte.4H. -.-.mi 111.1v 'bmk i
i il,.,v ,l,.l :... .ike :t lull -heV lid.
, tu. t is ii'he K.ud ; Lit. -rest opon
i f)llllver Hilt-' lleV follllltl
tmusiiig us 'o ii witv 't .id en 1 r-
jtion was unique alone, l'hu'ik
h..v would lull thev .in! very wel
! 11 1 the name.
j lln'i -iiug 'o Oiiunuuat 'i
i ... , 1 ... ,i , t. "t ( ii.inii
i,...ii i end young,, 1'" il.KAK.
' im 1 have once 111.. re .enmrae.l. -".lice 'line. No copies fre..
.u, .1, iiigh art, '".t. are 1 paid torn, due tune.
i in .-aeea .if nuiiiaii hxihIhiich . in i Dunier given to I). K. at MaU
uo-v ' he own. ! tery I'ark.
V mug .loupies nv vgTau
I ) I 11 V 1 tell oil i-ORCll
Mr ICd ItimilioiiKti.
V new ;mi'k at oourt bonne mid
rv wen. , .
win, nuirdar. 111 winch refill's
icciirn uf DUuiBuniMUt can be
ing, or doing any ki:nl .11 wors, i
rtaiuing to mau's business, a
. ..,u..:u,l Kt we do suv.
"-" " r ' - ; - ,
there are lota of w.oin who do , Urawn ana aa ro crima auu ou
work in cases of necessities. That : ality result sure to oome.
may all t true, all the same, r,ut ; 1. .di at the .lownlall or .aam
..;n I ..r.r m... t. the nreeeutiiu sieuera' ions of the preneut
BUM - w j
time of'the coming generations of time baa cursed man, pumahmeut
nnr voun who dream, because,! ana irouoie. a 10 puui.umm
uleae 111 lite thai ie lMlor them.
They uever ae yet o.. insider wht
ia expected. flit ioeophera nay
hut inly -itouea which nuther
miiall uioaaea are worthy if iuiIicm.
The mtellect iu hapy couples
ienerailv in ail utiouaV w'4liui
no two alike a , to taa ,WM 'si
Tike au old, indulgent chiid, her
desires were far above all, as they
that have mothers, ever consisted,
and the result prove to be disas
trous, and I am decidedly op
posed to dresses voting.
CAPITAL PI NISHMKXT AS TO
Capital punisment and its be
lief seems to prove a general
make uo upon property aud liber
ty of pain of one who seems to
commit a criminal offense.
It is not applicable geuerally
to ciyil actions although there are
times, when a demand for pay
ment of money aud property and
As legal consequences, of
orimee, the infliction of pain
uooa the body as can be fouud oy
nnlination. The Bible savs what
-ft - s
God has put together let no man
put assunder or take right of for
he shall be destroyed.
I say punishment in the rela
tion between man and God, are
unequal. As to delight found by
criminals is to kill the result is at
the end of time and he caunot
esoxpe. It is lawful to punish
" . . . -
is a misdemeanor in itself aud as
to it crimes or punishment I am
uwt responsible for the iuful acts
of mv ueighhor if h prefers to do
the wrong. What good is law if
no persecution is needed from
knowledge of him who kuows bet
ter and yet will not abide nor
uor teach. I say destroy all such.
What are iudue uood for. or
ministers, if not Christianity fol
lowed by other editors beside my
self had they not an ducatiouai
power? Wbeu uudcr the trial
ordeal to recogpiz that capital
Duuishmeut should not be a duty
before ud iu the srght of all men.
I leave it with you that capital
punishment should be" abolished.
fr More business bovs, and littl
1oro attention to streel
ing 'hau mice a weli.
Watering oart is needed uu Hay
wood street three times a week.
iiima more buildings on Px-t-
tou avenue, and not ao much time
U to the longing, we tiud. J'f f,l.?nf W un
riud they are not, but they jtHlptwl Jaeyui
the same. Woman g77wir.i ittW CtW' bS
wa.tn,uiauaaoolda. ice. SIT I tUHl onaK y,UUU, two
man on gooU iwoaviug 01 u - 1 -
that seldom came. WWr"
it but they do.
THELDMI-Mi TRAIN AT
BY !. K.
Here, what do I see? My trunk
is not checked for that eaet bouud
train. It is 15 minutes before
train tima,and I shall get left. I
am left! I am left!
I don't want th news, but O,
mv trunk! Her ia the train and
there, yonder is my trun
As I chuckled with toy our
heads thrill at the sight, much
aauer to move thau ever yet to my
ioy I found the train, but no ioy.
Movement. We are glad to see
having noticed ways some people
kuowu each other as sweethearts
shall I say, is remarkable.
Having kuowu a couple in
mysectiou a short time has been
found pleasing ia the way they
There seems natural admiration
between the young sexes in the
wmu r(. AniirtaHlft ia m&ilA UD Of tO
what it was in former "years amtfthem on our arrival. Leaving,
thouith sad. messages, congratula
tions well worn out than when we
onma I have even noticed
Look at family baggage is well
as porters are soou ushered out.
Trunks, hotes, passengers, moth
' ': iK "1 . a tl 1 1 WhI hn .1
h.Jk..f t J. .l , .
- a; wax vm f wugpfyj-w ,
1- sAaxl eMh mtwttam aUde tha taradl
S .aV' 1 . . .1?
7 l And ma m aliasuac nean, ,
'ft'. Uood bye!
Ouly ttaia bitter pain-
That w must mt aa stranger
If ere we meat again.
Uood bye ! Uood bye !
Far dmp aud wide
Aoroaa the pathway n
The oruel oll of wealth and pride,
Iu which , love faiuta aud dies.
Though haxt may break.
No uwt must fail.
Bright amilee must hide paiiv
For w must mestt
As traners meet.
II er we m -. .
Uood-bve! Good bye!
Aud this is all,
..... 1 eu.. lifi' trmkin
The oaat neither due recall.
Twaa out au iu ... ,
For love ia ryiu- old aud dead,
He touched our tear In vain
For we meet as strangers meet.
If ever we meet atfein.