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The "Mllent Drummer."
Did you ever think wlmt your nilvertise
meiUinthencwipiiieri iloinjr lor yon .
When you close your store in the even
ing, nnd k home to your family mm
tireniile, n t thinkine uliont vour Inm
ineas nt nil, then it in t hut the pnper
iitbeiiiK pored over in hundred ot
homes the honu-H from wliieli
vour trncleinilniwn. And there
in your nilvcrtisenieiit doinn
it work silently, but wire
Iv, mid if yon have taken
'piiins to make it ul
trnrtive, it work
will be nil the more
in repeuted over
it nil over
ii if a i ii .
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MONDAY' OCTOlU-K 1K1MI.
An lulellvctual Triumph.
A Kreut iiersoiial triumph, ieilni one
of the Krentesl of our ilny, linn iintl now
reached its n-nilli. We do not reler to
(Jiiny, who, thiiiij:li a Ulan of bad reputa
tion, yet control a president. Thai ii a
personal triumph, but until tfrval one in
the true sense il the wind.
We reler to the career m New York of
loseph Pulitzer, proprietor ol the World,
who lias icccully, bciausc of illness,
turned hi puicr over to the control of u
"board of editors." Mr. I'nliuer eanu
to New Y ork trom St. l.oiHsscvcral vents
auoiind sccuml cmind ol the World
then less valuable than no paT at all
except lor its ni.ited I 'less franchise
The reception Mr. I'uliter received from
the leading New Y m k newspapers. e
eepliiiK ahva.s the Ti dun e. was .ibout
such as iiiij;lit have Ikco evliiidi'il liv as
manv t.iniislicd t,!.u Lens He was
deridcil, caricalmid. callc.l everj nana
but Ins own. w as
-ate lite by li.r
.:ei, waa .uiiiy '
CApiosi,o1J Ol .,..
:l into bis p'i
!:," id lisl.ecl llici
1W ci ... viit p.i .i-
;:v C::..r':cs A -'ana he was'
dcitt.TU-:. "'.,. "'. - Ml.l' -.1..'..
licit whs. u man wr.a a ireineiioous bin
den on bis slionl-Kt s. embarrassed bv r
heavy debt, c.ui.i.iiited by t lie problem m
Keltinit a prolitai'ie looilmld where ab
Stilutely none u:i m ilu, furcul '.ooii
iuate payinti idwi wli.ic linu.lritli. o
bright nun li.ul pnclid him and tailed.
aiidalllaisi.,i. in ,lu lace ol corcs o.
prediciioii!. Ii om IiicimU as well as cue
lines tli, it bi i.ib;-t wetc donuied to tad
Moreover. Mr l'liblcr had committed
the crime ol coining In mi the rowdy west.
Could iinv ,i.ni conn- out of tiiat N.,..i
rcth '. T" add l tin insult ln wry pics
enct ill New Yoiu cariicd lie brou;at Ui
chief adviM-is Iroiu the same d.sert o;
intellect. Nutliit,. w.is lacking tu iiijiki
the allcui;il oikiisivc to ils ;nal iiicu.
liul the V'oilii mkiii I'liaiiit cveiv da
a I t I i i imiuimii on the niciltuii of tin
other New York iicwp.ipcis Ih-cuuc ii
be;iu to Miecec 1 wllcic tliey bad sup
posed lailiirc w as ci nam. Iuidc ot two
vears Mr. 1'uiiici s western clock was
Mrinih the lua noon ot abui.d.iul piov
K-rily. While its rivals stoud by ami
lu.iile laecs at the Wmld s proccsmou it
luoved SLcilily ouwartl ami upwanl.
One stronc ol enterprise, lou'ulcd on u
keen di v Dial lou ul the popular laste. fo
lowed anotber So rapidly lii.il the hos
tiles could only K'sp and call it luck as
their lKir.lust cnluisiii. Men on tin
Il.'ralil who wciceUnu "i.ooi a ye.il
wei.tovci to the V. oi hi :or.:ii.oii(i. When
the llci.ild nd.icid the pay i.f its corns
jioiuleiiis lr, jiii " to ." H.r ei.biuin the
World adeaiiiid iis rate aoiti So to
A niiliioiiiiirc eoulil not havcspciit luoiiey
with more app.nci.i ricl.iissiuss than
ilid Mi'. I'ulnei with w hat liis esteeuied
eoi i ten) pi ii. i r it s were ct rtaui was already
n bankrupt cotucru. lie butihl llitliest
talent in the m.ii Kvl and was so success
ful a manager ol men, tins ikspiscd Hun
garian, that lie dicw lioin hi brilliant
slat) the Ik si w i rk I hey hud ever done.
The In st Cleveland eainpnii:ii wn n
Ko!d ii'iuc lor the World. The Sun, which
would ruiher lie bitter than help elect u
democratic president, I idled the reulur
iiiiiuination and dropind from fo.OiMi
to nil, nun subscribiis wliom Mr. I'.ilitieei
bayyed with the ".rcntcst eheerlulness
while Mr, Duna conliuued to ilirule anil
abuse and cut oil las own uniie to spile
Mr. Cleveland's face.
And so the battle went. The result is
known w heievcr tin re are render ol
new spa cis. Mr. ruliUcr Inn wrilteu
his name across tin lace ol the history ol
journalism. Ii can lie seen braiuleil on
the eoluiuu ol ihe I lerald mid the Sun,
on the coluiniiMil every progressive new
partr trom Maine to California. The
sneers have about died out, liven Mr.
Dunn eun sHak ol the World rendering u
jjreut service to the public and the tier
old ol a day or two iio the same Her
ald that has tor veins called the World
by the wiilicnnj,' leniis of "(lift laiter
prise" and "I'lilur" had this on Mr. I'u
liuer: "A for u of the Herald, we droop our
color to him. He ha uiiide success ti
on success ugainst our prejudices ; has
succeeded (ill iilouj! the line; ha roused
o gpirit of enterprise mid isrsouality
which, up tu this tune, hut not been
We hnvc been wriiiuu hilory in the
foregoing. Theic remains yet the ques
tion whether the World, euurnioiii pow
er, enormous ineccss thai it i, i till that
it ibould be. Does it fully appreciate it
responiibilitici? I it wholly and pos
itively for good? Our own notion ii
'that the World nicdi a conscience. The
one It started with mujr have been of the
first order, but the corroding tooth ot
time has left its mark thereupon. Sin
cerity is not written in the purposes of
the World as It should be. It brags too
noisily, is too sensational for the mere
ke of seiintionnlism, i too inaccurate,
ha too much froth and too little sus
tained, is more fond of a scoop than of
the slow urrivinx truth. Hut, we are
bound to add, the YY'orld reformed ulonj;
tluse line miht not earn n million a
year for Mr, I'ulitzcr. The popubirtaste
is not hitjh.
Tiik Concord Standard sny:
"About twelve o'clock last niht the
cIiiiik of the tire I- II rniiK out on the night
It is a curious fact that whet fire, or
other, bells strike lit 12 midnight their
cIiiiik ulwuys nun out on the "niyhl
air." YVho cuil uccount for it ?
Tiik Asiikvu.lk Citukn doc not like
Jny (iould; how i it on Y'nndcrbilt ?
The worst tiling we know of the Y'nn-
derbilt i that they arc somewhat rein
led to lilliot Shepherd.
Ami now it' the editor of the Highland
Stur whom w'e i.i thought to beaj,'en
lleuinn that ha lost hi temiKT and
abuse Tin; Ci riziix, calliuj; niiineslliiit
do not look well in print.
Tiik silence of the republican pnier ol
North Carolina on the withdrawal ol
I". D. Winston from the force bill pnrty is
profound. They "ain't sayin' u word."
Ulrrclt-d AuMlrmt Newspapw
lloHille to I lie Alliance.
The Charlotte Chronicle publishes a
recent circular sent out bv Col I'olk and
it hers of the alliance that ok'ii in this
Tu nil men i hers ni the I'nrmtri AU
i .in e, luil or I'muii
"There seenisto be iinniistnkcuble evi
leuce of an oruauied Hfsht to lx- mude
an our order by its enemies through such
uewspnin'r as" enn lie bought or inHu
eiuvd. "It is impossible for n to tell when u
naier ha iK'en boiinht or influenced, lie
cause those lliinji are generally done in
secret. The only way, therfote. that we
lave of judinc'tu which side n pnier
.K-louys is by it utterances. There are
.mid e'oiiesp'oiidenls who hatch up lalse
itonds on the olliccrs and the works ol
,ur onler, and publish them ill a number
I small or obscure pa'i at ihe tame
time, then all the piiK-rs that are in the
run; copy tile article and express their
ivpoerisy and malice by. sn;n ol pre
. ended righteous indiynntion. These
us are nr. urutbly made trom whole
lo'b, and have tti "no case yet reported
u siuuow oi iruui jn wiiicn eu leoe.
l'.:.y i.ve up to claw been hur.cd ui lUc
.,.uii ii'.-'-n ol syour nui.ouui .eisluiivv
.cr.:r.".t: Urcinsr .M;.cu.ie, ii;r..c::&iiy.
. . ..i.il.'.. U l..eii3 'H' iM'l I'icl
ilticera, o.ii we. exp4vw, as r oiUwC ae
.elops strentiih and shows that it is
nuking an effective move in Uhalf of the
,iroduccis, ill. a all ei.g.iKed in your U
all wiil lie slandered without stint. For
iicsc reason the address on the other
n!c ol ibis pane has Ikh-ii agreed upon."
I lieu lollowsu list of resolutions said
lo have Ikcu approved at Washington
iune L'o. 1 '."). The nub of theiu i in the
: idowiu :
kes dved. That we earnestly recom
mit and uikc ihe biotherhood through
ml the eoi.imy to note cn-Hnlly and
..instantly the attitude ol the ;urs tow
mis us, and when nuy paper by vicious
tiul malicious inisiepieiieiitatioii of anv
tiiecr of w hatever rank, from the lowest
) I he highest in our order, or anv mciu
ier ol the same, or by uulair mclhods
ifMii.si our order, shall seek to impair
.ur stiene;ili oi unity, that any und all
such p.iH-is snail no louder receive iuanv
inaiiuer ihr counleuunix' and Miippoi tol
ucuilieis in our order.
"Kesolved further, That when liny
mi, Iv in our order slmll decide to with
Iraw or withhold Us support from any
-ueii paper, it should by proicr methods
ioiiiv uny and nil advertisers wdio seek
their patronage through the advertising
.oluiniis ol said pupcr that they will
.vitlu.riiw and withhold their patronage
irom ill such iidvcruser."
rim Iawst xiuvs
rnuM south c.uuus..
On account of sicklies Kvangelist
Kite was unable tocommcncc hi meeting
it lllacksbitrg Thursday night.
Iturlinglon New: Have Iliirch, sonol
uir esteemed Irieiid, Kev. . A. Hureh,
ha left home, currying considerable
money gathered during the fair.
Wcldnn Sew: The blasting going on
it the null brought to light a shark's
tonih i hi ce inches long. This blnsting
is in solid rock and some feel Mow the
.ai Ill's surlaee.
Cyclone arc far more freiiient in
North" Carolina than formerly, flic Wil
mington Messenger can ncarcely recall
nich mi occurrence in tile Stule between
I Kill mid isi'.ii.
Mr. I'. Iv. HniKwcll will soon hnvc
.he Southern hotel, in our town, lighted
with liuhteniiig. This heal Hatterv
Park, thill is trying to get along with
electricity. Henderson villc Guide.
livcrvbodv bus Iwtn struck .with tlx
mil i rninid constituting the exhibit nt
ihe llgypl Conl company. The people of
this suite arc realizing that a gooil conl
e.iu lie had from within her borders us
irom any w here. State Chronicle.
Iiurham Sun: The grand jury ha
liecii investigating the death ot the wo
man Mcaehain, who died one week ago,
and have presented W. K. Ilerndon ns
iH'ing implicated in causing her death by
Hogging ntiil stamping. I'ukis nuve
been issuid lor hi arrest.
The cotniniinitv of I'eachtree shou'd
feci liighlv grateful to Messrs. Hli Slid
lei III, It. C. Norton nnd several olheis
for the erection ol a splendid loot bridge
across lliawussec river, just at the head
of the Mission farm, near cx-SlicritT D, T.
Sudderlh's resilience Murphy Bulletin,
Winston Daily: Y'. P. Suits, who
was to be tried in the federal court at
Greensboro upon the charge of robbing
the mail while assistant postmaster lit
Lnrtlingr, borrowed n few dollar from
triciuls in GreenslHiro anil skipiwd, lenv
iug hi bondsmen to the tunc of 1,000.
Goldshoro Headlight: John D. Sum
merlin, who bus la-en doing a grocery
business nl LtiGrnngc, made an nttrmpt
Thursday night to tire a warehouse nil'
ioiuiiiL' hi More in order to obtain an in
sum nee of JmiiO, which he hnd on a $00
stock. Sunimerlin was arrested but es-
The North Curollna supreme court
has tiled an opinion in a $10,000 damage
suit brought by J. L. Yonng, of Craven
county, ngninst the W. U. Telegraph
comiiany. Lat year Young's wile was
taken III In Greenville, South Carolina,
and telcirrn plied her husband tocomenn.
He did not get the message until six days
Inter and in the meantime, Mrs. 1 oung
hnd died and been buried. Young did
not know of either fuct till all was over.
Young obtained damages in the suierior
court, nnd the W. U, Telegraph company
took the mutter to the supreme court,
which sustains the findings of the lower
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER
Uvcry iierro in Sauford township hns
rcgiBtered. Snnford Bxprcss.
All npiMiinments for Hon. Y'. II. Kitch
in have U-en cancelled, he not bciuij able
to meet them because of sickness.
Hon, W. T. Crawford, our next con
gressman, i K'linii'K more vote in tlii
district than uny other man. Marion
A ileseendnnt of Ham, or in plantation
terms a veritable ucRro, is a- republican
candidate tor constable in Oconn Luftn
township. Are white men with Anglo
Simon blood in their vein to be arrested
bv tlii genu Atriciuiu. Swain County
UcndiiiK republicans ndmit that Brow-
or in the l iitn anil i-.wun in mc .muui
dislrict stand every chance of defeat, the
former bv reason of the exnisure of his
inimoralitv. the Inltcr largely on account
ol the appointment ol Rollins ns revenue
collector of the western district. Knlcigh
The last issue of the Keidsville Review
contained an expoure ot Hrower
Washington life, and these charge were
put nt Hrower by Hradtield. Hrower de
nied them and a' dispute enmicd. YVhen
the dut settled, Hrower was found to be
badlv licked and carried away with him
a black eve. Grecusboro Democrat.
A special trom Reidsvillc to the Char
lotte Chronicle avs: "It i reported that
Congressman Hrower wa called uwsy
from here last Saturday night bv tele
gram, to come to Washington at once,
where he was tendered the position of
sixth auditor, which pays a very hand
some salary. It i thought this i done
to get Hrower out ol the congressionnl
Hon. '.. ft. Y'nncc will swnk at Van
ceyville, Siiturday, Oct. IH; Daiibury,
Stoke county, Monday, Oct. 'JO; Mor
gantou ll'airi, Wnlncsdav, IVtolwrSB;
Siilislmrv I fair), Thursday, Oct. I'M;
Asheville, Sntnrdny. Oct. 2.r; Keidsville.
Moiidav, Oct. 1'7; iulla,r.aloncounty,
I'liesilav, tk-t. 'M: l.ineolnton, Wediie
.lay, Oct. "X; Shelbv, Thursday. Oct. :H;
Mnrion, Salurdny.'Nov. 1 ; Mecklenburg
county, Monday, Nov. .'I.
A republican of influence and position
talked lo me with grenl Iranktirss, and
said the indications were that the demo
crats would carry every district except.
I course, the second. Thev have the nil
wintugcnud arc gaining He spoke ol
the appointment id Knllii astollector ol
the western district as one of tin. princi
n;.l c.i:-.M.sut E vart'sdcie.-ii. and said tin
revcl.'tious regardirg hrower's ixrsonall
iuc wov.li! cvusii tiie luliiT. Tuc .iciioa I
i.: Ewa-t a;
t : f " ri
;e farmers ;.:.ianoc
t i $ nviit!. i.reutiv
.itii. ust iru. it r uCtiresseJ uuu
show it plainly. knleigh Correspon-
lence YY ilmingtou .Messenger.
A few days ago, the iillinnee of this
county, in assembly mel, passed resolu
tions endorsing Mr. Uw!irt torn second
term in congress, ami the report is mil
that this endorsement wa unanimous,
when in fact such i not true. II the real
sentiment ol the alliance ol Henderson
counlv could be pisilv ascertained, it
would" lie found that such an action on
the part of the alliance wa unlooked for
liv a majority, and even sonic of the
uiost prominent republicans think this
endorsement was all u mistake. And
again, this endorsement, was not unani
mous. Kenlly, the resolution was in
troduced by a republican und it was re
publicans that carried the whole design
'.lirough. T'-is same thing wa at
tempted ii. the regular alliance conven
tion, sonic week ago, but It was then no
sooner mentioned than frowned down.
Itrowned at nurtimti.
Prom the tuirtmm (llnbe.
Kev. Kitlrcll. the Tennccc preacher
w ho is holding meeting nl the Main
street M. !'.. church said last night he
had observed that several gentlemen
who were attending hi meeting were
chewing tobacco. In the goodness ot hi
soul, he said that any one who insisted
on chewing, could use hi hat for a cu
pidore. A devout gentleman who wa kitting
in the "amen" corner commenced to
(uirm. Hi left check wa swollen with
i lame "iiuid" and he presently arose,
walked down in trout of the preacher
ind said: "Parson, you'll please excuse
me. And he walked out into the night,
emptied hi mouth and this morning it
was discovered that he hnd drowned a
colored Imy about 1m years of ugc.
The Stale Fulr.
l-'rom llie Conrorit Mtiiuitnril.
The redeeming Icalure of tlie whole
Jiiug wiihii crowd of mighty fine looking
Charge It I p to tCwart, ct al.
Pr tli ' Wilmluuton Messenger.
The Anurltiin K',,ple In one jenr will pay
siiMi.iiiHMiim nmre.ror ihe goods they eon-
lime unci r the ne tiirllT than they did umltr
the old, anil the old wu. a monster of lnliul
ty and unlH-iirnlile. North Carolinians must
pay I.BIMI.IMKI nii.nr th m they have been
paying. Think ot that !
l-'orsiilo nne viiennt lot in Western
part "I tlie eitv, nenr the cotton fiietory,
Apply to YV. M.Jakvis,
.it liennteii, Rnnkin Si Co.'a or to C. (V
Ikrr, Slitnley'i Creek. N. C,
A cimtn of tiirtar hnklnic powder. Hlithwit
mm in irAvrmtiK Ptrtngtn. u. . uovrrn
inrnt MriMirt. Aurut 17, 1HM0. )ulT'J-l1y
Tht Mortd Prnnoni, aneqnntcrf, unexcelled,
dumhle tind bmutlAil
Arc recommended by the beat artl.ta. Come
and txamlnc onr goods befbrv buying ctst
whara at No, 87 Patton avrnu. Tuning
and repairing a ptclnlty.
. P WILLIAM k CO.
Hundreds are tnkinp ad
vantaj, of the "Grand Open
ing" which oontinues nt Hoh
tic Bron. & Wi'in'ht'H. The
building ns yvt is ojwn, ex
posfnl to dust, wind and cold
waves, but these monsters of
opposing elements nre being
met with a heroic effort on
the part of the occupants.
True, we nre siieriricinf; prof
its, but Yve are determined to
sell the goods. You get the
benefit. You mnke your
memorandum at once for
shoes, hats, shirts, hose,
dresses, sheetings, blankets,
trunks, domestics, window
curtains ami everything else
you will need this winter und
save big money at
Month Hicos. & Wuiuiits,
Fronting Court Place.
W.A. m.AIH. .J. V. JlKOWN.
No. i Patton Avenue,
M-AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BUIR'S OLD STAND
W'e nre now ready, and in
Y-ite hi i' friends ami the pub'
lie generally to cull and ex
amine our well Se'octod stock
Which Yve ni-e offering a t rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The entire stock ol
Including fine Rroochca, Bottom and Brace
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
Rcgardles. of cost, as we Intend In the rat un
to keep nothing bat Solid Hold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main HU Aaherllle.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( V. M. C. A ROOMS. )
Open dally, except nandaya, from 10 a.
until 1 p. m and 8 until T p.
The terms of subscription are: On year
12; 0 mo.., Il.no; S mot., $1 ; t mo., 30cts,
daily il ct..
Officers for lHUO I'mident, Charles W.
Woolacy; Vice-President, Thos. A. Jones i See
and Treasurer. I). 0. Wataon ; Librarian, Mist
B. J. Hatch.
CltlBcn. and visitor, ara cordially Invl
to Inspect the catalogue and inscribe their
nimn n. mnilwr.. anAOdif
iHucccsanra to lliiird Kictor.)
No. i8 North Main Street
m'l'UHIOR IM.OUR MASri'ACTI'HUI)
HOH 01'K TKAIIB. ALL HI.UH.
E SELL FOR 13.40 PER HUNDRED.
Ileainning tolay the baggage nuslncM for-
mrrly carried on by The Asheville Street Kail
way Company will be continued by the un.
derslgncd under the nam. of
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER CO,
I will le glad, to acrvc my friend., and will
promise prompt attention to all order en
trusted to me.
Ulrlcc at Street Railway Company's offlee.
Telephone No. 14. Rcauectrnlly, '
B. M.JONKH, Acnt.
September IB, 180O,
THK KQVITABLH LIFB
Asset $107,1 no.SOB.l a
B. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Asheville, N. C.
omc 8il South Main streat aulS dlf
WI5 ARE HAPPY TO ANNUUixi-IS
THAT WE HAVE THIS WEEK IN
CREASED THE CAPACITY AND FA
CILITIES OP Ol'R
we have secure! several
and are xoyv ready togivk
our friends a splendid fit and
fine (ji'ality, at very reas0na
iii.e rates. call in and see us;
all yve ask isa trial.
ol'r repair department is
still fi ll and active. and we
can hive prompt attention to
all yv0rk ukol'ght in.
WEAYER I MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER,
Also Kru'llng "I "II ' ilonr. All iinlern
promptly nllrd snil work Kiuirantefil. Can
be lou nil nl oil turn's Hi l.ruhion's Cotton
INSURE YOUR PHOPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Ceneral t IiiHuranee i Agent.
Keur No. go S.Milll Main mreel.
KHtiilillslMil inn.-,. Asheville, N. C
Kngltnn and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LAOIES AND LITTLE OIRLS.
No. 4U French liroaii Aeeuuc
MRS. BURCWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
.Pormany ycAn AMoeiiiU f'nncipal of Ml
.Uiiw4 by a wru i eotr.iwa'-.-m !e5r-
At. A ill '
B. H. COSBY,
(Hum-HHor to C. Cowan, t
7 PATTON AVKNl'E,
NUXT llOOH TO 11HANI) CBNTMAI. III)-
THL, AHHKVII.I.K, N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you have aay Nose, Throat or Lung
On appllcntion I will send a pamphlet '
T descriptive of Asheville anil nlso the In-
T haling treatment live with list ruT fpiea-1
T Hons to lie an.yere4 ley the patient
T when ordering Home Treatment. This '
T treatment is a. effective at the oltict
OKHICB NO. SS PATTON AVBNItU, '
t Asheville, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M.D.
REVELL & WAGNE",
Succcmioni to Kopp Ht l.lchtei.'H'rticr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees roasted on the prrmlses dally, nnd
ground for every customer.
Full Line of Table Supplies
free delivery. A full line of Peed, (utnl.hed
38 PATTQN AVENl'lu
Tcler one No, 0U,
Of oourne thoin'H nionwy in
nruitoi' h ink, but tli( ituiii
who TtinkPH thp mo8t intlli
Knt who of it trctw the nnHt
money out of it. 1 1 nmH not
pny to ndvertiHe KoniPthinfj;
you hnven't n'ot.oi'anytliiiiir
you cannot do nnd do wt-ll.
llie man who ndvei'tiw'8 n
fraud nnist have a "f?ood"
frnud, an lie who ndviM'tiHr'H
bai'KtunH in goods miiHt 1h
prejinred to Hiitiufy lus i-uh
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AsheTllle, N. C.
P. O. Bos .
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has received a line lot of
With the latest styles of handles .liver
plnted and oaldind. Alio a large supply of
Of tli. Late Bdltlon..
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
Im ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A modern first cluss hotel.
Hot anil cold
i:icctrie liells In every room. Open lit lo om
r iom lunch counter, duar and nc s stanu
trtetret car. pass iloor every 2t minutes.
'HI minute, for .irnls
A. G. HAUA'BURTON, Prop.
HKVAN and WAlriiK IWKKN, Clerk. .
COf.TAIf.5 StlriC R'.l'iV.S. IN 'LUDIG
Vini.hfn thrnuuhont in .inrlnue Onh.
Snueil unk. Walls drniail with Llnerusta-w
Kor further inlorinatlon cull on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson , Drive.
$10Q REWARD I
I'or anyone who will buy a pair of lirnham nhoc. and not get value received. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
iii.t above I'ariners' Warehouse.
ASIIEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
ChenfMut atorc onrnrth. llnntllo nothiiitf l nt Fimt-t'lnti (loodt, and. Intrnri to treni
rtrvlcnlv KU'tMT. Wr ktcp h "n'-mn c Shic if everv ktml. Ilomr.tnntlc J.nni Mumr
iniulv I'liiitl-. Ilitim- mnlc iMniic-tii. HoMic:-.ntlc lrillin. We warrant every pnir ul
AHticvlllc Shoe Cit.'it hHrll.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
1. '). HOWBLL. Mannvrr.
Hownnl lrotltt anil Milt. Ilnlcoinhr nna with u.
MERCHANT AMI FAKMFHH VATlOXAL HANK, NO. 17Ht.
Chnrltitti', N. C. April '., lHtMl.
I ivtfnril the NnrthwcMtvvn Muturil ill onr ttf thr Itriit ciMiitnnir in cxintrni-v. I think II
without cscrptinn one ol ' he mmnrt orK" "imtiunii and thv lumt for the itolU'v holtlcr. 1
now hold thrvc p lich-a In thin conn mo v nnd wtmld not ebntw thrm !r any other. Mydiv
IdtiidH nre much Inritt-r tlutn imy oihfi-compxr K- in whkh I i-nrry lite Infurnnee, and my
iimiirnnT ii 'Mi In this an any other. The ntr'nir oi the omimny nrv nafely nnd eonitcrvn
tlvrlv nximiKed; thev pnv promplly nnd are vxereiliutfly fnir mid lilicial in their dealing-
with their poliey holdcrn. J. H McAltHN,
I'reN. Ntvr.-hiiiitH and Far mem Natitmat Hnnk, Charlotte, N. C.
FRNKHT I., KIUNK, ,un. 1, 'VO. Anets f .17,1 in.H7ll..'t1
KK.H'inl AkciU )ur vvenu-rn North t. nroHna Ihurplua. 4 kt ct... ft, 041,04 7. 3. 'I
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Ol' MILWAt'KBIt, V!8CONHN.
Thl CimiMiny hmneii nil for inn of ordinary Lite, Kndowmrnt. Llmltrtl Lite and Hem 1-Ton-tine
iiollHi-i. Thin Company trnonai'th nnnnnllv more than dnulil the IiuIihm ul anv
1 mrrly AMU-ricftn Compnnv, t hitn 110 lliutuiiiintt iutuHtle, and In dclmrrrd liy im vhnrler
from ever ownlnu nnv, nnd dov Htrietlv tin American Ittmincw.
Ita dividendM the I urgent ol any l.ile Company. Oct 11 dw
MY KINGDOM FOR A HOME
In Anne- He Hold, eomrnde, do not itive tnv
khiKdom. I will pell thee a lotata renBonalilr
price. I will 'end w money trrct a himw
thereon. ( ill invure thee In a rtrnt vn lin
itiRurance company. 1 will ell you onr of
Hull' flni hounv nle to keep thy RiWvr. Jew
els. etc.. In. II vau want to rent 1 will Hnd
you -t K(,od tenant. If you want your rcittf
VUMCVll-U I Will V1IIH-VI iuc-in HIT JtlH. I Will
hoie to ttei you noon I will tflvc prompt and
cnmciit attention to all t)uinen put in my
ilUIlUP. r P Itl'linlV n t I 1 unoiiu,
Meal K.lati Aifi-nt.
UN Pniton Ave., A.hrvillc.
17 Hatlou Avenue.
Home 1 km 1 pic nrrie with The Hun'i ofifnloiiii
n lion t nirti nnd thlnirn. nnil nine iH'Oiil-
don't ; hut everyliody liken to 't hold of the i
ncwupnjwr wnicn in ne
afrnid to -pcak lu mind.
Ich In never dull and never
The Hun hn foujf hi In the front line for In m-
IC tirltulDlrM. I
eniuu In un lovuliv tothe trurtnteroti nf the
pnrty It arrven with tenrlcw Intellliretic fnd
diineifiitel viff'ir. At tlMim oolniomi hnvc J
umtivi hi m nv inni meani 01 uci'onipnan
lK the common purpowi It la not The
Htin'a rati it 11 tt has Peru further Into the mill
atone. BiKhteen hundred and ninety l the year
that will nrobtthly determine the rvaultorthr
I'renldentlul elei-tinn nf 1HPJ, ami iicrhnpa
the fortitnea of the Itemocrniy for the real of
theccntary. Victory in 1Hp a duty, nnd
the leulnninvof INIHI In the iH-attitne toatart
out Id company with The Hun.
unity, per ntonin 90 JJ
Sunday, per year 1.00
'nor, iicr vrnr n.oo
hnllv nnd Htinilnv. oer venr n.oo
Dally and Hundny.ner month 0.70
Weekly, one year 1,00
Addrcaa THK NUN. Nw York.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN REMFDY.
akaAJ tiu.U.V." Ourea "
In 1 IaBII.m. in.M.tt i.
I'ri'venta Strleture. Cmtnln. no
nerlil or polMinnna tnlwtniieea, and
aaarantned abaulnli lv hannleaa,
I. prmHirllx'il by pliy.leluna and
SnldliydnimtlMa. M.wara of HiiIh
FOR IALB BY
RAYS0H k MITH, MHEVILLI, N. C.
witter nri baths and toilets on eTtry Boor.
MO srawi in n t
ana uar ana uniiara room on or., now. nice.
Blehinond and Uanville railroad caUag house.
i.oo PER DAY.
R0J firrtp WltM WATER ClffSfT
Al li l V
Pnrlnr and Keebw Hall nnished laOuarui.
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly In Advance.
$5 For Club of Sir.
Soiid One Dollar and renew
your Hubwription at once.
Special CnrroHpondents ili;
eviiry miction of Western
n In the State.
4 itoyi.fc-ijiiwiil&itj ;.sC'fc'.f'f:.'.;.. .
41m ..1 1 in II. MM Am. ii '