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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 18.H).
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THURSDAY. Slil'TlvMIil-K J."., 1 suit
"Hill Arp" mid tlie FartiicrM.
Til ii Citijekn prinU'il Tiiisilav, as
print every week, one of "Hill ArpV
itiaint and generally st'iisilile cumiticiit
on ritrmit nll.iirs. I he latest utie, mi
tlie allianee, was iriilalilv as sineere lis
it was well meant. Hut Arp, tliouyll he
has lieen a fanner fur eleven years, just
fair apprentieeshiii, mis-.es the marl
when he savs:
"I had line tenant wliu u irked hard anil
prcisiiered. I had Iwn niln is who wen
always behind. They had a power
business at tlie null or at town, or at
some ii.eetiiijj Iiimim-. anil when the ereek
was mndilv thev were obliged to oo seni
iilL'. Their imps were always in the
!iass. and they are in the rass et 1
reekon. They IkIoiii; to the allianee, and
lire waitiaij lor s'uikiIiiiiij to turn in
This is plain talk, lint it is true talk. The
greatest enemy Hit I. inner has ot is lr
own indolenee. No man sneeeids at any
tinny who does not work diligently."
Hill Arp'g farmer, it it pretty plain
would be a man w ho never kit his farm
lint worked at hiserops from sun up till
sundown a dull, sodden, loieless ma
ehinc, vini; no isK.vi;il thouyht ti
his condition whether it could lie bet
tered as much by brains in orauialion
as bv hard work. HI eoir se, no man
succeeds "who docs not work dili
flently." That was n truism lone be
lure the davs of Arp and will lie for aues
to come. Hut the diligent farmer is not
necessarily the larmer who does not lie
lntiu to the allianee. It in.iv contain
some chat)'; there are precious few hit
man haystacks and wheat bins that do
not; but it is also probably true that it
contains the pick and flower of the nj;ri
cult mists wherever found.
"What," savs Arp with a line burst 01
sympathy, "is to Income ol thcin work
in 10 pic who are not larmcrs if the
tanners yet up u corner 011 the ueccssa
ries of life ?" Well, the working people
will lie us able to stand a corner manip
ulated by farmers us one bronylit about
by "Did 1 1 inch," or Armour, or Jay
f.ould, while thev would have some col
illation in the thouyhl lliat the advance
in price was not uoiuy into the hands
out man who had not earned a dollar 01
it, but into the pockets of men who had
earned it and who as a class are far from
liviny in luxury.
No, the farmer may never see his bonded
warehouse scheme in luarine; order, bill
he is nylit m scckiuu lor IcL'islatioii 111
his interests or. at least, in sccinu that
lie is not too much legislated auaiiisl.
W hen the railwav ollieials, the llKililllac-
turcrs, 1 he bankers, the law vers, the
ncwspaicr men, and who not, cease try
iny to influence legislation in liehalf ol
their several interests, it wiil lie time to
call the farmer oil'.
The Killing of lien, Iiirrmidlu.
The New York Sun says of this ease
"Suppose that lnsieclor 11 rues and his
ollicers, in atteniptiiiy tu arrest a des
perate luyitive Irom Auiericaii i 11st ice
who had taken reltiye on board of the
ICtrnria or the Cilv of Kmne, while the
hip win at her dock in the North river,
should kill the man then and there, would
the Hriiish liny in that instance Ik- out-
rayed.' ould the reluyee lie roblicd ol
mil- tiriitif.-tiim to u-liit-li lie wus i-miili'il'
Would there lie a case lor the iulcrlcrencc
ol n Hriiish nian-ol-war which tiapieneil
to lie 111 the port til the tune . ould the
ftcw link police have the nyht to at
tempt the airest on board ol the I; Irtll i:
or the City ol Rome, and to take the life
01 one who resisted with tlie revolver.'
The Sun's parallel is not parallel, liar
madia was not a "dessrate luyitive,"
but a political offender. Moreover, il lu
SRCtor llyrncs ahould accoinp.iny his act
by ridiculiny the supposed power ot liny
lish yun boat lyiuy in the harbor,
should row around ihcin several limes,
nicanwliilc wiiyyliny Ins liiiycrsextcndcd
trout nu noM' at their olliceis, wc arc in
clined to think the I'niieil States would
hear from linyliind 011 the subject. The
whole matter will probably turn 011 ttir
question whether llarrundia was a polit-
icul refuyec. It is held that lie was nut,
because, it is asserted, he went volunta
rily int the jurisdiction ol the country
whose laws rctptired Ins arrest and trial.
II' that be true probably the doctrine of
political asylum has no application to
Of course there's money
rttnn x'j iriL- l.n- i,a til
TiikCitizkn publishes every Saturday
list very incomplete as yet of church
announcements. We wish to urye it on
every pastor in Ashcvillc to send into
this office early on Saturday the subject
ol' liia sermons for the following day, to
Kcttter with the hoursat which the differ
ent services bcnn. Tins lust is especially
important, as it will prevent any misun
derstanding ai to the time let, and aid
in securing punctual attendance.
Speaker Rkkd could not tell the whole
truth ll he tried, apparently. He iuid In
a speech at Philadelphia :
"There hns been, and is sitting to-day,
in Mississippi, a convention where every
orator pocinims bit determination, and
' the determination of every white mnn
belonfriiifr to his party, to Invent some
method to disfranchise the negro, to de
stroy tbe franchise of large voting pop
iiisfii'iiiiViii suriiVrti ar'iiiVi'iii'v J'"-i ' ' ; '' 1 W-w'-...
ulation of this country who are entitled
In the 811 me convention is sitting a ne
gro who concedes the necessity of doing
just what the convention is trying to
find n legal way to do bring the affairs
of the state out of the control of its ig
itorant masses. Several northern states
have done the snme thing, having now
property or educational qualifications
that disfranchise thousands of voters.
But Keed would not in fairness betray
It is to lie regretted that anyone
should get out even nil anonymous cir
cular never n very forceful document of
the kind that the wind blew into and nut
of the hands of politicians yester
day. In the present condition of politic
here nnd hereabouts a successful move
of the kind the author of the circular
thinks he desires menus simply just so
much encouragement for the republicans
nothing more. Kwart could not wish
for a better nil v than the democrat who
.itiempls toercnte a disunion in the party
by a cry of "rings" and "bosses." Mr
t. lay ton very promptly and very proi
eily showed that the circular wus in
correct in attempting to speak for the
Knights of Labor, and it is not unlikely
that Mr. Moruan represents only him
HOW IV WOl I.U WORK,
One Feature of the Huli.Treamirv
I'roni nil Allianee Man's I.cttiT.
Suppose a sub-treasury wasestablishetl
in Atlanta and in Savannah, and without'
or the other of these sub-treasuries the
latiimal banks of the stale had a credit
eipial to their capital stock, and that
ihev could use tbe currency derived from
this source only for the purpose of ad
vances upon the great staple crops. In
stead of seudiuu to New York for ctirren
cy, as ihey are now compelled to tin with
.vlnch to pay tor cotton, thev would lie
ililc. oil liic very class ol security which
ihev now ncecnl, to obtain the currency
lircctly from the sub-treasury, instead ol
mm their eastern correspondents. There
voiild lie 110 drain lor this currency upon
. he Ii 1111 ik 1.1 1 centers. Cotton would move
iust as it moves now. and when it liuallv
'cached the great market and was paid
or ail amount til currency eipiivalcnt to
that advanced in Atlanta would Mow
'wick into some one or other of the sub
l-'ro'll the Sew York Herald.
The south, which is iiiii-tly mindiiiy i's
own litisim-sM, ImililiiiK milts tin every stream,
ik-vehiinK mines, raising crops ticryoml prt
. client, lilliuy tile market with valuable titn
l.et anil yrowitiy rich tiy n thousand new in-lu-tries.
is intiuitely mure loyal to the rc
ulilie Itltill a party which lakes to itself the
. ri'iltl ol savitiu tlie union and then ik-pli-tes
:lu- treasury in order to pay itself for its Uit
Needed Where He In.
from the l-Toridn Tiim-H-I'tilon.
The ri-pillilieall party hardly knows whst
to 1I0 with (Jiiay. A m:in like him has 1h--
-line neci-ss.-iry to the sueeeSMlul application
ol its political iiiethoils. U can't ntt'ord to
;ilamlon its system ol eorrupt'on, unit Jjunv
-vciu to Ii.- the only itian titled to ilu lilt
-lirty wink. It's n hanl euse.
Where Hie Mouth Lends.
I'rotti the Wiliiilnyton Star.
The smith is practically mistress of the eot
ton tradi' and alwnys will lie. There is mine
siu-ct sslulU dispute her supremacy there.
I'rom the l-:tnitra TeUyrsm
The ilei'olli-te. anil even the mule, in eon-res-iotial
di't.ate is uettinK to lie iuite the
iHTU C.lA'n..Y.I l-nl.KS.
(iabriel Jolniston, a brolherof Mrs. J.
I.. Parker, ot Monroe, and now an
Kpiscopal minister in Canada, has ac-
epted an invitation to deliver a lecture
Hl'ore the "liosm'l Soeietv," London.
Mr. Johnston was horn and raised in
Udeuton, this slate.
Mr. lohn Corbiu. of Mill Shoal, is '
years old, has niised 11 children, has 71
jiaild-ehildreil, l-'."i great-gramlchildren
.ml .'I great-gre.it-great gramlchildreii.
Mecullivaled N aeresof corn atldSofoats
his year, aiidx lew davs ayo walked IT
miles ill .1 hours. Franklin Tress.
Mr. Joseph (i. Drown and Rev. Dr. I.
II. Cordon are in Raleigh from Tnieka,
Kansas, where thev attended as grand
representatives, the session of the sovei-
lyn grand lodge ol laid l-ellows. Thev
ere delighted with the reception given
them and also the honors paid Oraml
Sire Chas. M. Hasher, who was installed
11 that oll'ue last Sattirdav. Arranyc-
iii"tils are Uing made lor the hunipict
mil reeeptiou to lie given mm oil tlic.ioilt
11st. in Raleigh.
'; ..4 77.'.sT.Yill'.'
I-HnM XOh'Tl C:KOU..
Nenr the mouth of N'ctise river, on
he south side, hears are reported very
numerous and troublesome.
Work is proyressiiiy riinidlv on the
liuildinys ami fair yroumls at Maxton
ami are to be finished bv October.
I.ouic Mel Inntel, a little girl at (loltl
Hill, Rowan county, droptieil dead from
paralysis after an attack of diphtheria.
The tax-hooks for Charlotte town
ship this vear show nn increase in taxa
ble values of, fill it, IL'II over 1HHU. This
is outside of the incomes, which were re-
mrted nl $al,7D in 1SSU, ami SliD.OIIll
in 1 Still.
Mr. Benjamin P. Mcl.nulin. 11 promi
nent farmer of Richmond county, went
to Red Springs with 11 load of cotton mi
I'Yidtiv. On his wnv liotni bf wnirim
over bv his wagon, the wheels passing
i.:i i.:ii: i.i !..-.
over ins oreitni., niiiiu 111111 insilimiv
Last Saturday night B. I. Rathnl. of
Maxton, Kolieson cnuntv, while in the
act of ejecting a negro from his store
received two severe stubs about the
neck front another negro standing near
the door nnd wnii ntailc 111s escape. Ka
thal s wounds nre ol a serious nature;
his collar button saved him front instant
The Ashcvillc Citizct. : "L-ndv repor
ter is uood, but woman reporter is bet
ter." In the mime of common sense, how
lo vou know .'Concord Standard
Partly because we've seen both kinds
and partly bom this from vour own col
umns: "The Charlotte Democrat wus
very fine this week. The editor was
OArnv, but the brave hnnd of nn honest.
experienced and brainy woman pushed
tne quilt ana usea tne scissors."
The time for holding the state fair is
rapidly drawing near; nnd the work of
reparation is as rapidly noma lorward.
Word of good cheer and encouragement
reach the managers from all pnrts of the
state. Everything combined promises n
Inrge attendance, nnd a hirire and Bond
exhibition to satisfy and instruct all who
?ro. Amusement! of a high character are
wing provided, and all who desire enter
tainment or fun van have a larse amount
for little money.
!W''a4 yw'4Ui.ipHf'''l rfWli.-i'.1lri.4lVA..l JflMlAlUiUllthViii W ' r
THE PARTY OF FORCE,
HPKAKKH RF.KII, THK LEAD
KM OK THK HI-rt'lll.ICANS,
He Ih the Kmbodlmenl of Hh fur
pose to Centralise I he liovern-
ment and lo lve the Minority No
Mr. Hlaine taught his party to con
sider business alliances as a legitimate
substitute for political principles and
Mr. Hlaine, cherishing Rome memory of
the traditions of a higher statesmanship,
shrunk from its fur t her application
Having pushed the protective policy to
what at the outset seemed the furthest
extreme, Mr. limine has come at last to
hesitate. He is disposed to hedge. He
is unable to shut his eves to the fact that
bevond and lieluud the protected maun-
lacturcrs of the country there is a people
to protect. He sees that the policy ol
special legislation for the benefit of a
particular class has been carried bevond
that point at which its tendency is t
undo its work by the walling in of our
industries ami the closing ol our toreigii
markets to our goods, lie seeks to teni
tier the govenment bouiitv to individuals
by 'ovcriimcnt dickers lor popular ad
vantage; to onset protection with re
ciprocity. Hut the teaching he has so
dilligeutly inculcated is not restrained in
the party by any such conditions. When
he cries "Hull !" the command is received
with impatience bv those who see profit
l'r themselves 111 going lurtlier.
tiih minokity's Kir.irrs.
It is at this point that Mr. Reed has
been quick to see ami seize hisndvantage.
lie has no such scruples. He is willing to
lullil the contracts made by the party
with the moneyed iutcreslsof thecouutrv.
He is faithful to the alliances between the
party mid those monopolies whi.di have
lent the purlv liuancial support in Us
lime of need. Furthermore, he represents
111 a degree winch .Mr. liiame never eoulil
the traditional spirit and impulse ol the
party the spirit and the impulse of arbi
trary force. He does not lielievc in the
riyhts ol 'the minority, even when thai
minority is, as the last presidential elec
tion showed il lo be, ail actual majoritt
ol the people il not ol their representa
tives. His sole conception ol the valueol
power is to use it in the enforcement of
iiis will. He is in his own person the em
bodiment of the force lull, which hedrove
through congress without icrmtliiug its
discussion and without auv considera
tion even for the ipialms of conscience
manifested bv men 111 his own party.
A I'AKTV OP FIlKCK.
Ill all this Mr. Reed rellccts both the
history and the present teuis-r of his
party. Its history from the davs of fed
eration until now has been that of a
party of firce; ils policy has been thai ol
centralization, of the enlargement of the
federal power, of the arbitrary control ol
events 111 accordance with the will ol
those who have directed its destinies.
liven in ils dealings with the national
finances it has diligently sought to ac-
iimplish results ill themselves unrelated
10 the national finances, results hcncliciul
to favored classes at the cxh-iisv of the
real mass ot the iicoplc. It lias not
hesitated to reieul the natural laws ol
economies and to suhstitiiie statuary
laws of its own creation in their slead.
Ils tendency to centralization lias been
Inc. not to any theory or conviction
with rey.ird lo the constitution of our
led'-ral republic, and not to auv concep
tion ot ultimate liciielit to the republic
iiut solely 10 its impatience with the
slow methods of dent.. era lie liberty. It
lias always been in low with the short
ills ol despotic rule, ami il has pcrsi.-.l-utlv
souyiil the centralization of power
lor the sake of the expedition with which
centralized power may Ih- used in tin
accomplishment ot cherished purposes.
Ill Mr. Keed these dispositions are re-
llectcd in their lull v dcveloiHil 101111. His
natural leaning is to executive, not to
lehlieralivc methods. His ideal ol
legislation is that of autocratic decree,
with hiin-ell in ilieroleof aiiioerat. That
which lie deems iigl.1 and desirable he
wants to do without poucriny with ob
jections raised by small minds.
ki:kii tiih i.kaihik.
It is I ict ween this disposition w hich is
the logical outcome by development of
all that has gone before in the history of
ihc party and the einisci vat ism of older
lenders like Mr. Hlaine that the issue has
lcrnjoimd. And with the issue of ten
dency is linked the issue of iersonal mu
nition tor parly leadership.
in tins contest .Mr. Keed has won. He
is to-day the undisputed leader, und in
iiis iierson, his ideas, his temperament
and his methods he furnishes the sole in
dex to the future policy and history of
tne rcpuiihcun party.
1 ins is tlie home ol Hilitical reconstruc
tion. The signal lias been given. "Choose
ye when ye will serve." livery citizen
must now answer the challenge, "ruder
which ting? the Hag of popular hlierty,
representative government, legislation
by deliberative methods tor the benetit of
the whole jieople and tor the mainte
nance of those principles of liberty on
which our institutions arc founded, or
the ting of government by decree con
trolled by a ieriiiiineiiily dominant party
wimse win is to lie that 01 this new IV in
A CRITICAL SITI ATION.
There can be no tpiestion that when
this issue is perfectly understood, inuny
thousands who have hitherto followed
the lenders of that party without ques
tion or doubt will had it time to alter
1 heir allegiance and to join in Mr.
Illaine's cry ol halt. Oil the other hand.
the admiration men feel for audacity nnd
the instinctive love of men for darinedv
despotic methods will win to Mr. Reed's
support mo ny who have hitherto not
been I011111I in the republican cmiio. The
readiiistmcnt will be considerable. Its ct-
lects remain lo he seen. Hut so lar us
present politics is concerned the republi
can lenders of the past are leaders no
more; their party has outrun them in
the-direction in which they Ret its fret.
Mr. Reed is sole arbitrator of the party'
fortunes. He is a man of extraordinary
force, and it is with a ginnt that those
who struggle for the maintenance of
democratic institutions In their integrity
must henceforth do battle.
It has lieen many years since a situa
tion to interesting and so critical has
been cen in American politics. With
what emotions the supplanted leaders,
and more esieciiilly the one man who is
the titular head of the purty, view this
innnilcst situuli.ini il is easier to imagine
t nn 11 to nun out by any utterance ol
theirs. They tne like the deeps in this,
that they arc just now dumb.
HTA car load of capitalists from Bos
ton nre expected at the Andrew! sale on
The 'Mother's Friend"
Not only shortens labor and lessen
pain attending it, but greatly diminishes )
tne nnnsrr to lite 01 botn motner and
child if used a lew month bclorc confine
Write Bradneld Regulator Compnny.
Atlanta, Ga for particular. Br all
A cream of tartar liaklliu nowik'f. Hlyhl'St
of all in Irnvi llliur streilyth I'. S liovern-
meilt Iteporl. Aiusust IT. ISMH. luly'JUilly
BIG CKAS2I !
Excitement run hi,li as tin
wreck of IWtstic Bros. &
Wright's building' becaini
known. Workmen are rap
idly removing the tlebris and
will soon have the building
replaced. In the mount inn
the immense stock of goods
piled in every corner will bi
sacrificed at prices less than
ever known in Ashcvillc. Of
course we will gvt IMC DAM-
ACiKSfor the wreckage, but
our customers will na ve a
"picnic" of low prices for a
few days. Come and see,
HOSTIC IIUOS.& WKKillT.
No. 1 1 X. Court Square.
W.A.m.Aiu. j.V. Ilifowx.
No. 31 Pattoii Acmic,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offeringat rock
bottom prices. Hidci-taking
special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7.", night (55.
BLAIR & miOWN.
The entire lock ol
Plated Jen elr ,
hicludlnii fine llrtiuvlim. Iluttuua tutd limit
1-3-0 NE-THIRO OFFI-1-3
Kejianlkss "' eoot, us wc In und In the future
tn keep nulliliiu Iiut Molld (told and
Htcrhnii nllvrr Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. Aahcvllle.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS.
',P. O. Boat 1.
ANBW IlKKII, cnrctnlly llreisrrd tiy lesil
Inii mrmtiers of thr Ashtvlll. bar im
tlntst iiarcitni.nt and heavy flat impart, eoy
rlnn all naecaaar'
rr points, just out and now
rflca of the CiTitas Puausu
on saw at tar 01
ma Co, No. " North Cnart aann
. i TIT
i , ..j
IIMER il MRS,
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
(ttl l'ntlon Avenue,
AHHKVlXI.I 't N. C.
IriTFiiic Hull a SlicclaU.iW
Ii. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER
AIho liraiHiiK 'f tl klmU done. All nrdcrw
prtunptly UlttU nnd mirk uuiininttTtl. Can
hi lotiiid at tttl tinu'H nt (rulmm'ii Cut ton
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
(icuvral i liiHurancc i Akii1
Kcar Ni. I'll South Main atreet.
Aahrvlllf, N. C
Ilu.1 lit V
liiiKliHli and French
B0AR0IN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOH YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 40 Preneh Hrunil Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
i Pur mnuy yesrs AmiiM-inttf IMneiiml ol M,
Vermin Inntitutv. nnltlniorc.t
A-iiHteit liy a euris nl' eiimtN'ntent tesetier
lis IA11LIKII I'll IH.1.1.
It. II. COSBY,
tKueecHsur to C t'flwun.)
7 PATTON AVKNI E,
SHXT IUIIIK T(l (ll'ANII CBNTKAI. III).
Till.. ASIII'.VIl.l.li, N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If ynu linvc wiy Nom Tlirnnt or l.ttnic
i n npidUiitimi I w illMcntl n iiittiphl-t T
U'lKTipllvc of Ahcvllle nnd iiIho the lnT
hnlltiK trt'iit'ticnt fire with lint of iurT
tit lit to lie iinwvrrd by the pMtlrnt
when imltrlnK II time Treatment. ThluT
trrntmvnt I nt eflcvtlvc a the oflicr
OIM'ICK NO, a.1 I'ATTON AVKNUB, T
A.IilvIIIc, N C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. t
Rome tieiintr sirree with The Run's fintnlnna
sliuiit tm-n nml thlntr. unit aumr ,iri,il
dnn'l ; lull cvrrylimly lllirfl to jrrt hnlit of the
nrwsiiiiiirr vhtth ( never dull and never
strntil to pefik Its mind.
Ik-moernt. hnow (tint for twentr yrsrs
The Hun tins fnuiiht In the front Itnr for IN-tn
oerniic iiruitiinrs, never wavennic or wc
cninn In its lovnltv tolhr trurtntrrrats of
nnrtv It serves with frnrtrM Inlelllm-ne. Mnil
iluintcnsted visror. At times opinions hsv.
aiiieren lis to ncimt menns ol secompusn-
Inn the eommnn ttttrfiom't It Is not Tlir
Hun's fault If It hns seen further Into tin mill-
Iliirhtrrn hunnmt snn nlnrtv Is Ih. vrnr
thnt will nnihslilv ilnrrmlnf the mult of the
t'reslilrntlut rlri-tinn of isou. nmt iMrhsiM
tlie fortunes ol the tietnocrni-y for the rest of
tin- erniurv vii-utrv in imii-j in n Hilly, ntul
the lieKinnlnKof ikihi Is the lnnlllnic lout net
out In votnimny with The Hun.
linuy, K-r monin M ,,BO SO
linilr, per yesr fr.oo
Hunilny, ntr yrsr t,oo
I'niiy nnn sunnily, (wr yrnr sj.oo
linilv nmt Hunilny,,K-r month 0.70
nvemy, unr yrnr l.c
Tlirndnrc Child's scries of piuiers nn
South Anicrien. now lieinu nulilislivd In
iinrier s MiiK'utnc, Is nttrnetina wulc
nttention not only on ncrnuitt of thr
fiTshncsi nnd tlmellnrss of the nrtieles,
but nlso brrnuscof the vnlunlilcelinrne-
tei of thr infiM-mntion wliieh thrv eon-
tnin, nnd the evident uood luiliiiiicnt
which controlled the writir while nink
ItiK nnd rrcnnlitiK Iiis oliservntions. The
second article, which iipprnr in lit
Mnuiixinv fur Oclolwr, is entitled "Airrl
culluriil Chill." It i'ontnins nn netoniit
of visit to the MKilriilturiil tinirlnccs
ot Hint country, tkscribes the LIhIiiiiib
methods of InrntiiiK. Irrixntlnn, wiur cul
ture, etc., and states some iiittnstinu.
facta reuiirdiiitf Iniiniuratitin. Inhur. nnd
wnifrs. The ilescriplion uf some of the
growtnir cities and towns, nnd Mr.
Child's ncriiunt of railway traveling in
tluil rcRiun, will be rend with surprise
by mnny ersnn who nre necustontcd lo
regard the South Anicrien 11 strttes as
countrlei but little better thnn half clyl
liied. The nrticle Is very fully illustrntrd
from drawings by T.de Tlmlstrup, W. P.
Snyder, W. Hnmilton Olliton, W. A.
Rogen, H. Itolton lonen, Frederic Rem
iiiRton, George de F. Brush and T. V.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem first class hotel. Hot and cold water nnri bntha and '''".""' ?","''
Hleetrie liells In every room. tK-n Hrc In om and unites in tied rooms. Ofli. din iig
room, lunch counter, cluar and new. stand and linr nnd liil inrd roois 1 on fir. t floor. Klee
trie .trect ears pna. door every 20 minute.. Klchnioml mid Unnville railroad riMnit house,
'io minutes for meal..
RATES, I1.00 PKR DAVi
A. G. HALI.YBURTON.Prop.
J. H. HHVAN and WALTCK HHKIvN, CIl'rkM.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH JWOM FITTED rWH WATER CLOSET.
I'lnlahed thrmiKhnut In Antiittie link. P ir'or nnd Reeeptiou Hull liul.lud In (Junrler.
Sawed link Walls dniied with Llnerusta-Walton.
For further Information call on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeflerson Drive.
DO NOT FORGET
-T II AT
O N L Y
Strictly in Advance
$5 For a Club of Six.
StMid One Dollar and renew
your Hul)H('rittiiin at onco.
S'tmnl CoiTOHpuntlcntH in
every nection ff Wewtei'ii
, ATJiTANCTi NEWS.
' The IlcHt
J - : lb .If . -I
Family , Newtipaper
In the State, j
t--5 ; - .KLhM,liiiJse", is
VAUliJll wnrrnnlcri, and avrry atr
tula his uiniie and yrice alumiiea aa ballaau
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OENTLIMIN.
Pla Calf Lu Waiwpt f Ormla
Tbe 9il1rnr and wrHD qualltlM ot thto thn
cnno b Lsfttrr nbiwn thui by the itrong mttnfM
nivnta of IU tbouMods of ooutant wearers.
SfS00 len-ilne lland-arwed. u eleiraat and
Aw itvllih drtM hb(M which ootnmeDiU Itaelf.
AJ0O lland-aewed Welt. A Ane calf Ahoa
uuetjuallfd for ityle and durablhtr.
tO. BO -nod year Well ta Uta Uaulard dreai
Wine, at a popular price.
follremnMa Hhoe to etpectaUr adapted
a for rallmad mrn, farmer, etc
All made la Congreet, Button ana laaea.
NaT been mnei favorably reoalTad alnoa intTDdueed
and tbe reoent improvement maka Ihf riptrror
lo any ahons told ai theeo price.
Ak your lHaler, and If be cannot fluppty mi eend
dlrrct to factory eucloalng adTrtd prtoa, or
postal for order blanks.
W. aOOUULAsfe Biwcktoa. Haaa.
FOR 8ALB BV
WEAVEW & MYERS.
Killtor AshcTllle Cltlsn:
Thnt our many fHcnils may know how ws
nrr jrcltlnix on wt will state that we took Hi
In Hotel anu Btore
$9,000 In Vive Weeks.
Took In Inst Haturilay over f 700. ITS of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tererl SiA that day. Had 0.000 arrirats In
A iniinth. Our sU'ck Is mammoth 800 feet
Innir and 1A feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come aad sec "Old Chcd" smile,
and bay goods of us and sara 10 to 90 per
novift iitf R. R. ctirtnnRTRR ansi.
The Vurld Famous, unctinnled, tinrictlled,
, - durable and beautlftil 1
Are recommended by the best artists. Come
nnd examine our goods before baying else
where at No, 87 I'atton aveaaa.; Tuning
and repairing n siectulty.
0. M. WILLUm k CO.
THE BEST KNOWN RFMFDY.
Illl 11.11 II
n - 1"w"l's,wlthntitPaln.
. ... ... nti-inure, ;nniailis no
imrlil or poisonous snlistnnrrs, and
Is giiarnntiiod ausoliitnly harmless,
Is tiruBirllM.( j) physlolnns and
..... ...r.nii-r, . umMKISIS. IT CS VI.
Sn dliydniKKlsis. IFswara of SulU
slllntfi. An in ci rhsm.Oii.l Jd.jtjnij
- POK BALU BY
' HartOW k SMITH, A8HEVH.LS N. 0
TO WEAK tlEIl
nnsrlnf turn Ms asetaornntlislJtSBrs, asilf
dosr, wutlne sal mm, lost muhood, Ms., I iq
nt a nlusbla tnatls. Ismlsdi eonuljlna fall
arluraUra for bom ours, FRII of enov. A
(BtaaAld BMdleal work l shoulcTii. rssd by ararf
ssaa who la Barms and AsMUIalsa. iitim
aoro datw If s ',.
a'il48t:s '". Wn.iriix.fa- -esw
. HliVly 'm r iiis
A Wl I Mr1iH'f t- "It! 't.r'slVBnisk.
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