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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890.
To a certain extent genera
advertising freatea a want,
It announces new things aiu
familiarizes the public witl
old ones. General advertis
ing is of as great value to the
auverriser m Keeping an e
tabhslied article betore tin
public as in introducing
new one. The most success
fill business men realize this
and they never let the public
forget their existence. The
oft-repeated assertion that
advertisements are not rea
is proved to be a lie of the
most senseless kind by the
advertiser's record of results
THE DAILY CITIZEN
llv KANDOLFMl-KIvKK PKINT1N0 CO.
Til k Iiaii.v Citizkn, lirmocriitii. in piihliahcil
every uiliTuoou leact-pi Mimluyj ul ine 1.
imwiiik riiii-aaira-io- cnaa:
THK UA1I.V CITIZKN
U on aale at the following placet in Aahevlllc
v. 1 1 i.it. i it- tt.
HATTKKY l'AKK NKW8 8TANII.
(S1.KN KlICK NBWS STAND.
MOIIKL Cli-.AK STIIKli. I'utton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NEWS STOKIi, North Court
MONIi.W, SKPTKMHKk TJ, IK'.IO.
l'or Chief Jtustkv oi the Supreme Court :
Ml IN. A. S. MlvKKIMtl.N.
l-r Aaaiiciute Jualicc nl' the Supreme Court
HON. WAl.TliK CI. AUK.
fllR HI ' I'HHtoK I'ot'KTjrpiiK:
tat iliatrk-l C.ico II. Mkown, jr.. of Itenulort
i uimiih-i-iiiky k . UK a ot crnveii.
lll iliHtru-t Sl'lKK Wiiitakkn. of Wuke.
mil iliHtritt H. W. Winston, ol ('.ran villc.
lllh iiitrut K. T. Hov KIN. of Siiillpaou.
7lh ilixlrKt I amk i. NU'Ivkk. ol Moore.
Mh iliatrut k I'. Akm mki.ii, in Ireilcll.
Hull diatriet Jnii. Ckav IIvni m. ol llurkc.
1 1th diatriit W. A. Hokk, ol Lincoln.
1st iliktrkt J II. Hi. of nt. of reriiiimiina.
1M ilwlrn-t J. M I ;i.xaki, ol Minim
.'Id iliotrit-l Jmi. I-;. WoiMiunl. of W ilHon.
l-lh lialrii-t li. W I'm-, ir , of Jolinaton.
."till tliU'ii-i- li. s. I'AKKhH.ol Aliliuunec.
lllli iliMtrii't il. II. Ai.i.icn. of Lenoir.
7lh iliMrul l-'KANK McNKll.l., of kk-btmmd
in ilistiKi ll. I', i.ono. ot Ire.lell
lull diatriet V. . ilAKHKH. of Wilkes.
mill district W. C. NhWl.ANh. ol Ciildwell
lltli, iMtkl !' I. IlKlioHMi.ol' Met-klt-tiliiHg
l.'lll lllsltH't t.hll. .A. JMvK, I I .MllCUIl,
tl dlatrut V. A. It. Iikam. II. nf llrnufort
LM dutru-t W . kookKs ot Not ti,umptin
sin t n. ! i.haiiv. ol lUiplttl.
4th diatriet It. II, 111-nn. of Nio.li.
,rlh diatru-l A. II. A. Wn.i.iAMa.ol r.runvilk-
llth ihatnet S. It. Ai.kxaniikk. of Meeklill
7th iliatriel J S. 1 1 kmihhhon, of Kownn.
Nth iliatlut W . II II. Cowi.kh. of Wilkea.
lilh tli.im-t W. T Ckawfokii, of llnvwooil
Mr. Kwurl'H I.hIchI.
Wc urv ilcliiiicil nml iistnnishcilnt Mr
II. (". Knurl's versatility. Man in Hint
plays many parts, hut lew have tip-
prtiaclit'il lilt' Milijivl )! this liritl sketch
in ilouhlc-hack-ai'iiiiii work mi tlint
hurst . in an nianv riiiijsuml uiiiIit tin
cipial iiiiiiiIkt nl' tciilB.
Wc were just almiit Ixinj; revoiK'ilcd tti
Mr. Hwart in the rule nl' nllianee-al-law
tr atmriic vat-alliance when licliolil! lit
throws oil' his disguise anil apicars lx-
livki'tl wtlh Italliers, in n lireei'h-cluul
maile ol'a cupy ot the l-'nriner nml Me
eliiinie, his war paint flushed with xilit-
eal exi'iteuient, lus tomahawk staineil
with the life lilooil of some reel heels,
k'mwn U'lore his lf;al wigwam down in
llenitiTSonville. In other wortls, Mr.
liwart in the eomhinetl character of Pun
tiue, Ktil Jacket, Kiiiu I'liilip and nil the
rest ol em has lievn over into Swnin
county where, our Cherokee corrcspon
lent informs us, n nicclitiK of Indiana
w as called liy Cuil. il States officials to
hear some ol the old wise heads of that
race make a talk. Imagine the surprise
anil disgust the Intlians when enter
H. (. liwnrt, not so very old, not much
of an Indian, and not alarmingly wise
iiiircnrresHinileiit, an Indian, writes
us: "I think it was a sneak;" and the
word lits the case so accurately that il
will lie a Ioiik day liefore Mr. Kwarl
UKiiin aiu'cetds in cullui", toKether the
Indian voters of Swain coun'y to see
him in Ins iniiersonation of a very old
and wise Cherokee. You can't fool tin
Indian twice with the same liwnrt.
If Ic FMhln Itocei.
There was once n Hull whose Chief De
sire was to get into a China Shop to
secure the Votes ol the iilliniicc. Hut his
character as mi attorney fur the other
llcnsts of the rcpulilicmi I'ieid wns such
that iiilmissioii was refuseil. lie went
aw ay anil Shrewdlv dressed himself upas
a Shepherd, said Ins name wns On wart,
nml presentiiiK himself nt the China Shop
was admitted. Hut his True Chnrneter
IsritiK presently discovered lie wns driven
out with n cluli well applied, though ""t
till he hud done some Illumine.
Mural; You can't lis(uise n hulleseept
by tnkitiK his hide off which enn liest, lie
done in Joint Hchiitc.
When Mr. liwnrt censed the practice
una iiiiiiiinoneii tne nrolession ol law
ennoiiiK in larminK. leaving everything
connected with the prnctitt of Inw be
hind, he wns no more a luwver then than
President Lincoln wns n mil splitter
while iKvnpviiiK thepresidentinl chnir, or
('rover Clcvclnnd a sheriff while in the
snme position. Asheville anti-Mechanic
True in part, esteemed bleeder of cea
ins clerks. Hut Lincoln remained n law
yer to the end of his dnys in nil the essen
tials that the alliance of t-dy would
olijcct to; and the same is true of Grovcr
TiiK Mississippi constitutional conven
tion'! election ordinance ns adopted is
siilmUntlally a copy of the Dortch Inw
of Tennessee. Ilnlloti are to lie printed
and distributed nt public expense and
are official ballots. The time allowed
ench voter to prepare his ballot is ten
minutes, unless others are waiting, when
he shall be limited to five minute. White
supremacy is assured in both bouse. It
I to be hoped that the problem has been
so solved a to quiet alt contending fac
tions for years to come.
Tim railroad officials refuse togiveany
Information whatever bevond the fact
that there was bad wreck. Philadel
Such was tbt position taken by tb
Philadelphia and Rending Saturday nfter
a score of persons had been killed on thnt
roud, and as many more injured. Imag
ine fathers, brothers, Bisters, mothers np
pealinK for news that would determine
whether their loved ones were alive or
dead and Ixring met by the railway offi
cials with a refusal to jjivc any informa
tion though possessed with all the menus
of KettitiK it. Is the Philadelphia and
Heading officered by fiends?
is Thin a Mlnnder on old put?
I'nlklanri Cor. IHtrhnm Recorder.
Some of the wealthiest ienplc in Pitt
don't resiwct the Snbliath much since
curing tobacco time; they never stop for
the Sabbath ; sonic jo fishing, etc. Hut
I don't know that it will make much
difference with them w hen they arc called
to lie judged, fur the llililc says, it is just
.18 much impossible lor n rich man to
cuter the kingdom of heaven as it is fur a
camel to go through the eye ot a needle.
V Otteilllutl'H la U pllUT Of VVitkcillU'M
llil of course n place ol woe
''the llvvil ilon't Kcl the moat of them
I don't know where they w ill k.
snttiriliiy niKht nml Suiiilav too
A lisltitiK thvy must tff.
Sunday morning tucir prayer they ncvei
There ia no Much thitiK ua religion on thul
If the Pevil don't Kct tlie whole shcliuim,
1 can't tell who will.
A Fair Hpeciiiit'ii.
I'rom the Turlioro Southerner.
A notice posted at the court house fur
'lishcs a tnir sample of the sH'lliug, enpi
tiliznliun, punctuation and chirogntphy
uf some of the negro Kail lenders:
TO KI:l'l lll.H.'A.N Vlll'KRK OF TOWN SHIP
You arc here bv Notilieil to meet nt
The Court House in Tarboro on I'Jlh ol
September Witch Will '.xe on Monday to
nolo a convention to nuiniiiaie a I own
ship Constable meet at 1 1 o'clock, A. M
!iv order of lvx Comt one from liach Pre
cinct from Precinct no. 1 (ieorge l.lovd
I'roin Precinct No 1' lid Sitnunils froin Pre
No ;i Joseph llrowu this S of Sept IS'.MI.
To lie Hulled in AHlievillc.
l-'lotll the Churlotte Chronicle.
There hits been n constant mill ncrimoiii-
uis ilisctitsion for yenrs aiioiil the tiirilf, tin
furniei 'a tilliunce, nml the ntitloniil coiiuol
of rnilronils. Hut the suliicct tll:it cotm-
ucurer the henrts nml hua it direct rind iudi
red ticnrini: upon the happiiicsa of all cLiases
mil nil H-rsons. is rarely ever mentioned in
iiulitic print. It is never ullule.l to on tin
liuslinKa or the rostiitm. It ia the prolilem
of housekeeping mid cooking
There are No Free Trader.
l-'roiu the New York I'oat.
1'he furious free trailer, who wants to abol
ish nil dtitiea inatnutcr, ia u creature of the
proteetioniat inia tiniition. If he exists in
tuv other, he ciiala in only very small niiui-
Keed's rillea to "evKilite legislation" have
worked so well that the lietliln: is now even
la to whether or not this scsmmii of congress
will a rut in time for the next one to liiKin-
I'ni.iricM. i'i iixriih's.
Transylvania count v has nnininatcil
W. W. .icharv fur the house.
The ilcuiiicralic convcntiuii of Stanly
'utility noniiiiatcd fur the senate, I Stanly
mil Caliarrusi lili Sluinkle: lor the h nist
. P. Nash. 1 lie tiiiiiiinccs for the leuis.
I. it lire were instrticlcil to vote lor Xiincc
The republican congressional enliven-
tiun fur the liighlh district met, says
telegram In the Stalt Chruuiclc, and
inailc un tiiitniiialiiin. Cuwlcs slock i
innuiiiig and the ilcnmcracv is wide
iwakc at Lemur.
II .Mr, l-.wart sustains the .McKiulev
bill he aims the deadliest blow at the nl
liance. If Colonel Long supports Mr.
liwnrt he, too, is antagonizing the alii-
ance; out ninivc all, he should nut abuse
his pnsitiun us lecturer to support liwnrt
anil tnus go hack on Ins order, whose
officer he is, and whose pav, for non-iuir-
tisan lectuies, lie receives. Asheville
At the democratic mass meeting and
stale convention of chilis at Kaleigh on
the 'Jith t'liivernor Fowle will make the
iddrcss of welcome to the visitors. The
nest d.iv s six-eches will lx-at Hrook
side park. Among the sx'akcrs will be
Senators Ktiiisom mid Yaiuv, Congress
men lliitin anil llenilersnn nml Cantain
lialilv Hliams Ilurlv chilis will lx
there frum New Heme to Asheville.
It has been suggested that the republi
cans who arc making so much fussalioiil
the ehunges in the North Caiolina elec
lion law arc under the impression thai
il is the Pa vne bill that passed the sen
ale. The Pnvnv bill was vet v much likt
he election law in republican Massa
huselts ami nraclicnllv established an
educational tiualiticalion. H it had Ixt n
nactcil into a law it would not have
Iktii so oppressive to the iniur nml illit
erate as the republican Khude Island
laws. Hut, n'ter the Payne bill was in
trod need, the ilemiHTats dtvnlcil nut to
niict il into a law. Slate Chronicle.
orr on rim farm.
A prominent farmer told us lo-tlav
Hint there was a scarcity of bauds in the
eotintrv, and it was hard to get cotton
picked as lust as tlesireil. (.uncord Man
A enreiul. wen posted dinner mm us
Tuesduy thnt the penmit crop of Wilson
county will be in the neigliliurhood nl
7n,HMj bushels this year. Wilson Ad
vance. A field of tobacco containing about
two hundred nml hlty tliotisuud lulls un
der Colonel Cunningham's management
near Cunningham is n benulilul sight to
Paul Miller (col. I, thcchnninioii cotton
picker in these parts, picked Mill- pounds
ni cotton on Air. K. iv. iniisnn s liirm
Paul suvs thnt he is going to nick loo
pounds to-dav. Concord Standard.
Just a little sunshine,
And a lot of ruin;
Make cotton fall nut
And the prices wane,
Mr. John L. Pcrutisun, who lives ntthe
dividing line of Jonathan creek and Cat-
tnloochee, l.heroki coiintv, will send
some sapling clover to the slate Inir this
venr thnt is live leet tall. Me has n vcrv
large Held thnt will average five leet all
Western North Carolina is without
doubt the finest npple region on the At
lantic slope, The whole south ought to
set it apple supplies from this section.
and yet even the central eastern parts of
nnrtn Carolina Ret tneir supplies ol win
ter apple from the North.
At the bin tobacco break lust Wednes
day Mis Kate, the very worthy dn ligh
ter of Cnpt. Cnlvin Hnrnes, hnd some of
the finest tobacco ever seen in this sec
tion. On lot sold at 97.53 per pound,
another lot sold nt 95 per pound and
another lot at 78 cent per pound.
THIS LAT1CST .VMS
FKOM NORTH CAROLINA,
The graded schools of Kaleigh have
enrolled 1.4S7 pupils,
Tuesday night nt Hurlington, 4,000
coffins went up in smoke. Tliev were
stored in n warehouse of the nttriington
Coffin company. The loss is $ JO, (Mil I.
Mr. A. P. Holland, of Ooldsboro, has
the contract for grading and laying out
the grounds of the state encampment nt
Asheville. Winston Daily. Asheville?
The board of directors of the state
IH'tiitentiary has submitted their quar
terly financial report to the governor,
showing exK'ii8cs over earnings to be
A meeting of the North Carolina
board of pharmacy will be held in the
city of Kaleigh mi Tuesday and Wednes
day uf lair week for the purpose of ex
t'uiv, I'ow-le issues a call for subscrip
tions tor the purchase uf monuments for
IIU Nin th Carolina soldiers whose iin
inaikcil graves are in the confederate
cemetery at l-'reilcricksluirg, Va.
The hanging of Alexander Morton,
the negro woman, who was sentenced to
die October 17 for murdering a woman
at Kiustoii, will not come ofl'nt that time,
An apix'al to the supreme court puts oil
lliccxcculiou nil Occctulx'r.
The train from Iiurhani, due at Kal
cigh nt 7 p. ni., w hen a mile west of Carv
struck an old white man mimed Solomon
CnrpcnU-r, and killed him instantly. His
skull was split oiien, and his liodv was
thrown some distance.
This writer, alter six'iiding some tunc
iherc (as a visilori Ulicves that the eon
victs on the Yadkin railroad arc treated
with as much kindness as are day In
linrcis un on i- lartns. Tliev arc ted well
get gnoil sleeping iiiarlcrs and ure eared
lur in the Ixstol manner. Concord Stan
The bonded debt nf Mecklenburg
ciiuulv is tn lie rctttiiilcil un Nuvcmlx-r
It amuiiuts in $;illll,0i0. Cant. Yail
chairman nf the board ul cutiutv com
missioncrs, says the bonds will lx' i
in in led , the new bonds Ix'.irinj only
l r cent, itile est. and running lur thirty
Mr. W. P. It.itchcliir, so well known
as the owner of Pamlico, is back in Kal
cigh trout New liiigl.-ind. Kiiiuor has it
that lichiisniiiillcml&IO.oiio tor I 'a in
lien, but ducsn'l want tn sell cvenat tlint
big figure. Next muiitli Pamlico will
trot in the gn-at race lor a $1."i,iiiio
Tuesday night uf last week the entire
l.unilv ul Mr. I. builail was poisoned
livening luiilcil custard tlavurvd with
vanilla. All were vcrv ill fur several
days, but we arc glad lu learn thai they
arc now well. I lie poison is thought ti
have been in the flavoring. I'ltccnslMiro
Wc iliiubt if in Wilmington there is a
single well .he water ol which can lx
drunk witli salctv. r.igllt or ten years
ago analyses were inailc of several well
in ililVcrcul parts of tliecitv and all were
condemned as more or less poisoned
Such is our recollection. Wilmington
Toisnut Kural Home: Wc learn that
I. W. Smith, ul rrcmiiiit. while culling
Iiiwii a tree near his liiiusc last l iulav.
tearing that it was going to fall on his
dwelling, called to his wile tn run nut,
w hich she did but in the wrong direction,
as she was caught under the tailing tree
and instantly killed.
Checks arrived from hendiitiarters
last Saturday night, In pay oil all the
work ol grading the railroailtndate.and
l lie contracts are U'liig pushed to com
Miction as rapidly as il is imsaihlc. There
are at present about ten milcsol routllx'tl
graded n I together. Work will IK' con
tinued without abatement, and it is ex.
ixvtcil that the next contracts lei will br
Irutti the I ransylvatiia cniiutv line up the
river Inward Hrevard. Hrcvard Caro
C'A'i.l 77.'.s" inmi' a new iiisincss;
KNI.ARiiliS mimy nn uif hiisintss;
A7: 1 7 1 7;.S' many n ' msfirss;
A7:'NC7 7;.S' nuiny a hint ohshcm;
,S.H7;',s' many milinn husim s;
I'KliSliKVkS mmiyii large Imsiiwss;
SHCl Rim siatrss in uny ImsiiKS.
7'o utlvertist imlkmuslv, use the col
umns ut " The Citiicn." li wrvhwlv remit
it: mul in irumin'ofi (o the returns it
n'cAs iiira Users, lis rnles are the cheap
eat in thr cnunti r.
A iTi-nm nf Inrmr bnktnir polrr. lllKhcfil
'Hull hi IritvinltiM Htmtjtih V. H. I.ovfn
mtnt NcMri, AuuhnI 17, IHhU. lulyli.til ly
KLHAt 1CHTATK AfilCNT.
My itrtliT hom will Iw tVom IhU time on
irnm in in l, win ikt Kmn in nunm in uny
liiioiai'ttii mir.nu Ihrnr hour. I will ntmi Ih-
in my ititkf ilf nml nn frnm H tn in m. m.iinn
frnm I tn 7. I will hr ulna to nhiiw nnv
iimiK-rty niinnK thnitr htiura Conn- unci let
inr iliow yttu ttuntc hnnilMimt irnirrty.
M pIO dim
OTICIi TO TAXI'AVKKHI
Thr dtv tn Hut tiun lnrn nlmift In my
niitKiH ir ctiiiftimiin. aii H'mon urv nrrrny
mt I iicii tn comr rnrwnrn nt nncr nm nrttir
Mmi, MMity ptTminii have fftlirri tn lit tnrir
unc nn miuirrn ny mw. inu nvy nrv mic
hi v ndniuninnra to rnmr tio ami nu no. nnu
thuti Nnvr a tlmihle tn n rl rnt nf wnrrnnt.
I mny lie fountl nt thr nuni pi net in the
court huunr. Kcm rctlnlly,
N. A. KKYNIM.im.
thrptlAfM w City Tn Colic tor,
Real ICHtftte Acnt.
AND I.OAS BHOKKK,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., ( MORGAN'S BOOK STORE )
Money Innncil unit wrll ArcHrrd at H per cent.
Henl Bfttnte buiittht nnrf inld at pulitlc anil
rivnt nalc. Krnta citllrctrrl. I cnntlurtrd a
leal I state and Auction tiunlneiw In Charlm
tun, A C. trn yvar. and will aiirt firnmpt
attention to all buiiinm put tn my charge.
TUB KQUITAHLK LIPB
AHHVM ANCIi MOCIKTV.
Jiahtvlll., N. C.
OfflM 83 tantb Mala stmt, aalSdtf
BIG CRASH !
lOxcittMiicnt ran hij'li nstlio
wreck of l?ostiu liros. Sc
Wrifi'lit's buildintf Imthiiio
known. Worknion nr' rnp
itlly rMiiovinn' tho dt'hriH nml
will Hoon luive tho Imililiii":
replaced. In the meantime
the -immense stock of j-ooils
piled in ever.v corner will be
sacrificed at prices less than
ever known in Asiieville. ut
course we will jet IU(! DAM
ACiKSfor tho wreckage, hut-
our custoincrs will liave a
"picnic oi low prices lor a
few da.vs. Come and see.
BOSTIC mtOK. & WKKiMT
No. U X. Court Stpiare.
.1. V. UltOWN
Mo. ,v I'Hltou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, ami in
vite our friends ami t he ptili
lic p'lierall.v to call ami ex
amine our well selecWH stock
F U 11 N I T U U K,
Which we are offerinat rock
hottom prices. I'mlertakinv,'
sjitM-ial feature. Calls at
tended day or u'lLcht.
Telephone, day7".iiiK'ht ".
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire atovk of
Plated Jewel r.
Incluiltng fine liroiHtira, liuttona hbiI llniet-
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
Krganllewi of cunt, na wc Intend In the future
tn keep nnthlnit but Hoi Id fluid and
flterlinii HUrer Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
1 CiniNR IFWFI PR
WnvillV f !! bllill
Mouth Main HI. Aahevillc.
JAM lit FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agrnl for Knma Cmk Wonkn Mills.
North Main ahlltf, N.C
WH!. R. PENH
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS
Aahevillc, N. C.
P. O. BOS .
(HsrnaiHirs to llnlrd Ut ktctur.)
No. aS North Main Street,
IIAVU Jl'T KBCUIVIIIt
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR HAD BRAN AND SHORTS.
mafton'a Crackers a especially
ALU CIIIOI'" UUI.IVItKIIII FKItH,
ANBW DKJtlJ, earviull reuared ly leao
tan atemtiera of the Aahevtlkt bar ton
ftneet parchment and heavy flat P r
enaa; all eteaare
oa tale at tae offl
ymmmt jww vt v-m
o of the cm an p
Hn. h Worth Cnnrt awtaare
"THE SHOE STORE"
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
:ttl Cnttun Avenue,
AMHICVILLK, N. C.
lny Flue Hats) a (specialty. "ft
H. II R ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER.
AU'i trriirtlnit r nil kind dune. AH order
priuiiiily rtlltd mul work cmiranteed. Cim
he t'u tnd nl nil timeH nt tlinluitirn Cotton
INSURE YOUR PHUPEKTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
;cncral I IiiHiirancc i Arent
Kmf No. I'll Smith Main alntt.
Aaht't ilU'. N. C
nnr iti v
KiiKliHb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. 40 French Itroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO. PRINCIPAL
i I'nr many yenra AHfiiM'Inte Prlneifml of Mt
Vernon limtitute, llaltinmre.)
nxUtril hy a eorM of romiientent tenrhcr
II. II. COSBY,
tSlltvt'aaitr til C. Ciiwilll.)
7 I'ATTON AVKM'E,
Nit XT IHllIK TO I'.KANtl L'HNTKM. II. h.
Till., ASM I! VI 1. 1. K, N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you hnve mm None, Throat or l.nnir '
(in iiitliviit(on I will aend a jmntihlet '
T deaerii live of Ahevllle and nlo the In
hnllnK trent'fent 'rec with Ijat of qitea '
tl(-n to lie nnnw-red hy thr patient
when onletinK Hume Treatment. Thl'
treatment la na elTeetlve at the ofnee'
I rent men t.
T l'l'ICK-NO. US I'ATTON A VIINHK. '
Aiihevllle. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
Rome neonle aajrre with The Mun'a oit4nlona
ajiKiiii men ami vninpr". ami nirnr profil
don'f : lint evrrvhtHlv hkea to art hold nf thr
newntHifter which la never dull and never
airtiM to Hiea ita tninn.
Ih-moeratt. know that for twentT yeara
The Hun haa fowaht In the front line for Item
iM'ratle ttrtnelnlra. never waverttiv or rak.
rnina In lta loyalty to the trurlntrreata of the
imny it arrvea wun tenneaa intemurnee anil
ilUmtereated vlaor. At tlmm nnlntnn. hn.
dllterrtl aa tn he tieat menna of aeeomnllah.
inn ine rmmn iurme; ii n not I ne
min-a inuu n it naa aeen lurtner into the m l
H(thtren hundred and ninety la the year
thnt will nrolialily determine the reault of the
I'realdentlnl election of iaij. and nerhaiw
the fotiunea of the Itemoeraey for the reat of
ineeenitiry. vieiorv in imiy ia BUMtyaanil
the tieHltinlnirof IMiMi a the lieat time Ion tart
out In eomtiany with The Hun.
any, per muntn fo SO
I tally, per year e.oo
nMiiay, iter year .....m....
I 'ally and Hundny. per year A
paiiy and Rummy, per month..., . 070
liR-my. one year 100
ArtdrriMi TNK nVT. New York.
Tlmiilorc L'liilil's series of uniirrs on
Smith Amcricn. now brinii imlilialiril In
iinrtwr MiiKnstne, I nttrrtcitnu wutt
nttrntmn not only on senium of the
frrshnrs anil timeliness of thr Article
hut also heenuse nf the vnlniilile rhnrnc
let of the information which they tan-
tnin, nml the criilrnt Kod jiitlumrut
wmcn controlled ine wrttir while innk.
In and rrcoriling his nhscrvntlons. The
second article, which npis-nrs In the
Mniniine for Octolier, is eniitkH "Ari
culturnl Chili," It ciinlnin. un nccnaiit
of a visit to the nKi'iciiliitnil iirovlnres
of thnt cottntrr, ilrscrilies t lie Cliillnns'
methoils of Inrmintf. iril((iitiiiii. wine cul
ture, ttr and suites some ititen-stitiK
fact rrunrdinu inimifrnition, InlHir. (mil
wuu.. Tlie description of some of the
uxnwItiK cities nml towns, nml Mr.
Child's nccount of rnllWiyv trnrelinit in
thnt region, will lie reml with.stiririse
by innny (lersons who iirf nccustomril to
n-Kiinl the Houth Amerienn stntr ns
countrks Hut Hi tic larttir thnn hnlf eiv.
hied. The nrticle i verv fully illustriited
Irom drawings by T.de Thulstrup. W. P.
Snyder, W. Hamilton Oilman, W. A.
RoKtr. H, Bolton tones, Pmlerlc Pent
Inifton. Oeorg de F. Brush and T. V.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A modem first clnsa hotel. Hot nnit cold wnler nml Imtha nnd toilets on every floor.
Klrt'trtc liella In every room. Open (ire in oflicc and urntra In lirtl rooms. OHiix:, dlniiiK
room, lunch counter, denr and new. atnnd nnd hnr nrul hllllnrd room on nrst floor. Klee.
trie airret enra pna. dour every 'JO minutra. Kklinmnd nnd Hun villi- rullr.iml catiliK houae,
:o minute, for tneiila.
RATKS, l.OO PER DAY.
A. G. HAIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. HRVAN nnd WAI.TICK liRKIilH, ClerhH.
C0NTAIN8 NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'iniahrd throuKhmit In Antioue link. I'nrlor nnd Keecillon Ititll Hniahid III Uuurtcr.
Sawed link. Walls ilrii-.l with l.lncru.tn-Walton.
Kor further informiitinn riill on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefleraon Drive.
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$3 For a Club of Six.
Semi Onu Dtillni' iinii rt'iicw
your Hulmci ipt inn at oik i.
SlMH'IIU ( ori't'HIIOlKlclltH III
every wrtion of WeMteni
In the State.
VJ?W- 31 -'il
lis. Iii name ana price a mm pes as k.tl.a.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CKNTLIMKN.
rias Calf and I.ae4 Vatnanwr flrala.
tim .irvllenr. and wrarlnt quaillMof Oil. abn.
esnnot be ln-tlt-r ahoara than
menu of lu UHiiuwnOa of eo
by the Itronf .
tB4M llraaln. Ilaailewa. aa .kwant aa
3 alvll.li iln-a. Hii,a vtiieli eommend. IU.0I.
A-O0 lland.aewe Well. A nn. eal Sao
uunjualli-il for atrl. and Durability.
(O.60 I'norirrar Welt to Ua Maadanl drsss
as sh. .1 m popular prlca.
SO .SO Pallremna1. Hkoe laraprctally adapt.
fa raJIriMut men, fvmera, eta
All mail, la Cmiiroaa, Ilultoci an laws,
liaT hMn mmt fawnrably rrceiwi alne tntmdiKad
And th iFnt Improvement mak Uwa wpftor
lo any ml thrtw prk.
Aftk your DNilr, nil if Le twunot nfrpty yam tntt
dlrrrt to foi iorv Mirlikfjuf rartlfttd pntt or
po4tU for OrtllT 1)1 A II his.
W ! DOLULAS. Bickua. Mam.
POR BALK BY
AVEAVEH A MYERS.
Itdltor Aatu vlllc Cltlien:
Thnt our tniinjr friends mnr know huw wc
nrr Kettinii on we will state thnt we took In
In Motel anti Htore '
9,000 lii vive Week a.
Took In Inst Hnturday orir fTiMI. (711 of
Hint was hotel, linlance store. Hotel reRis
Irrrd M thnt liny Had S.iMM) nnivala In
A mnnlh". Our at ek Is mammoth aoo feet
lona nnd IB feet wide. Tell the lialance of
the world tn come and see "old Ched" smile,
and liny goods of us and aar. 10 to SIS icr
novlSdlf M. H. CHItllltaTRR t WIN.
The Voild I'ftmiiiiHs onrquMlttl, unexcelled,
durable and twauliful
Are recommended liy the lieat artlata. Com
nnd rsamine our smxia lirfor. buying els.
wh.re at No. 87 Tntton a Tense, Tuning
nd rcpnlrlna s liectiilty.
a M. WILLIAM CO.
TT THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
J "ll.d.C' OimT "
In 1 if. A I 1m va a.lt,n... Hal..-
Prneents Htrletnra. t'nntalns no
iirrld or nnlaonons snliatsnren, and
.-. H-iiinitf-,-,i Honoinieir nnrniiess.
Is pri'aerllieil lie nliyaloliins aiid
reeoinr-nniMl he ilrinrul.
""in Jiy driiKKlata. llewara uf Siib-
POR a ALU BV
RAY80R a IMITH, A8HEVILLE, N. 0
TO WEAK. MEN
nSarlmi frnm tha airwiH ot ronthfal tmn. mrtl
amy, tuiiu wMknaaa, loat awaaoal, at., I win
sand a nluabl. Inula la-alMi aonlalala tail
PMilenlara for bon. anra. aTBSjataf ahannB. A
i"wiu auauim worn I anonia a. raaq vw
Baa who Is amu aa aabllltala. Ad
.i ii. . . . .
BOTH daiw ly
4 , am jaw. Mi awa-i.in naata Cm,
a A. .iia . nn W.ia,-