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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
TniPrntCmiiH, iicmocratlc, l published
every altemooa (csceut Bunday) at the fal
l.wtna rates tcnctlr cash:
One Year - 01
81 m Mo.th. 8 00
Tkm Months 1-BO
One Month 51?
Ooc Week... "
THK DAII.V CITIZEN
on sale at the following place In Ashevllle:
BATTKHV HARK NBWB STAND.
G1.KN KOCK NBWS STAND.
MOUBL CIUAK KTOKB, I'stlon Ave.
MONDAY. DliCKMBIiR 1. 1H00.
Parnell Bent on tsulclde.
Parncll'i gotl is I'urncll, uml not Ire
Hnvinir ncknowlcilKcl to committing
a crime that places him where thousand
of jailed men .ire hi betteni, rurnell yet
effect! to believe that he should nut suf
fer fur hit crime, should come unci ru
with gentlemen, should rank as before
union ii the world's great men.
Parnell's plea that he uloue can lead
the nationalists is sikcioiis. Had he but
effaced himself for hardly u longer time
than he has, ngnm and ugum before
now, deserted with no word of warning
anil at most critical eriods of the home
rule uuitation his followers, he might
have continued to utlvise and, in secret,
control them, and, eventually, return to
his seat in parliament but little shorn ol
power and with opportunity to regain
Public opinion demands in cases like
I'urncll's some sell-punisliiiicui, some
humbling of the pride, some sell-abasement.
It demands that, for a time at
least, the fallen one shall take himself at
the popular estimate. The verdict in the
O'Shea case, the world over, was that
Paniell must take himself ami his name
out ot the ranks of the decent ; remove
himself, as something ollcnsive, to where
time, the great disinfectant as well as the
great healer, should render his name less
a stench in the nostrils ot pure men and
Hut enormous self-conceit '. Parnell
effects to fielieve that there is an unwar
ranted attack on him. He Seaks of the
"wolves now huwlitig for my liisj tie
strnction !" Ami where is his Im;isicI
ucutcness ? he refuses to iickiiowlcdgi
that the licst service he can now do tin
cause of Ireland is no service at all, s.m-
plv n complete withdrawal of himself as
in issue in a crisis the greatest tor Ire
land of the century. His presence in par
liament is as if Mrs. I'Shea were to gi
on the stage.
We sec frequent nnd sneering rcfcrenci
just now to the long list of linglislimcn in
public life beside whom Purnell is doubt'
less an amateur in immorality. Hut ling
land mav be pardoned lor not wishing U
add to the niinilicr of her iudecents; Ire
land should Iw excused from having any
such list at all. And we have not fallen
onduvs so degeuerutc that the private re
cord of even a man of great talent cuts
no figure in his acceptability as a leader
of a people remarkable as the Irish are
tor their high standard ot morality.
No; Purnell can Ik siared. The cause
of home rule will spring forward with
lightened feet und braver heart when
this incubus is removed.
Ir. Koch's new consumption erne will
undoubtedly explode ere long, utter it has
hitu I lie usual run ot suen discoveries.
When the crisis is reached and the excite
ment has subsided, let the doctors turn
their intention to these mountains. Il
our pure uir and spring water, combined
with sunshine, will uot effect a cure for
consumptives, then it is useless for them
to look elsewhere.
The Highlands Star is responsible for
the loregoing and we do not know ol
anyone else who would wnnt to tie. Dr.
Koch's discovery has lieen ranked bv
mcdicul scientists, of fame at least cnul
to that of the editors of the Star, with
the discovery of the jMissibility of inocu
lation against small hjx. "The usual
run of such discoveries" is centuries, and
we sincerely hoie, as the Star evidently
dots not, that the Dr. Koch cure for con
sumption will remove the dread disease
from the face of the earth. We wish no
monopoly for the treatment of coiibiiiii
tives at the expense ot the whole human
race, whatever becomes of our mountain
air, water nnd sun.
Complaint reaches Tiik Citibkn that
some young Ashevillians arc so riding
their bicycles us to frequently scare horses
and that these silent wheels often occupy
sidewalks to the exclusion ol ieilestriiins,
To call attention to this complaint will
we hoie, lie sufficient. Bicyclers have
some rights, but not all ot them, they
THINK OF ITI
Forty Per Cent, ol the PriiMlona
are Theft and Mwlncllen.
I'lum the New York Herald.
Suppose the secretary of the navy were
tussrnd $l!in,uoi),(K)i a year of public
money, and nobody should know what
for or who got it or whether it was hon-
estly extiendcd or how many items of
fraud were in it. There would Iw a great
howl, wouldn't there? And yet this is
what the commissioner of pensions has
been doing for more than twenty-five
Not over sixty per cent, of the cn
sions now being paid by the United
States government luive any legal right
to be paid. Forty s:r cent, ol them are
thelts and swindles.
GREAT tort ii ws
ninth by ad
are often referred to.
Hut who has count
ed the moderate for
tuni'8, t lie comfort a- -ble
nnd Bteutly souives
ot income that are
to be civdited to ;
ing? To dispense
with advertising ,
would dry up com
merce and turn back .
civilitation. , ...
Cteesaaatf Comiaeraa OtuMtrs,
ASnEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY KVEINUNU. ucAjmu..v
Another contribution to this) ln
I'rnni the Clinton Caucasian.
During the recent railroad commission
campaign in this county, tms writer
hnrged that the net profits ol the W. (
W. rnilroad company for last year were
over a hall million dollars, lias was
stated by us in answer to theclnim made
liv tne attorney ot tne rouu mat me
rules now charged by the road were rea
sonably low, netting the stockholders
inly eight per cent, dividends, tuir
'home was euitihatieallv denied: but
now the official figures are out land we
are sure they do not exngernte the fuels I
and they show that the gross total earn
ings of ihe road for the year ending June
lu, INtm, are l,aau,Hii;i ami me lotio
expenses were only ii,iji. tins
leaves a net profit ol not
nnlv it half million, but $'.,
71i more thun a half million.
A month or more since the Kaleigli
Sews and Observer took us to task
about our articles on a railroad commis
sion. That paper claimed that the rates
were already reasonably low, hswerthnn
the rates in Georgia where a commission
is in oiH'ration. The editor to establish
his position published u table of what he
claimed to be North Carolina freight
rates, which were lower than the pub
lished Georgia rates. We went to work
and gathered a hundred freight bills
taking in a dozen different points in the
various iuaiters of the state, and we
louiid ihem all higher than the rates as
.ulilisli.-.l lie the News and Observer.and
the average much higher than the t'.eor
gia rates as published by the commission
il that state.
One of Many.
Prom the C.incurd rimes.
The representative from Cabarrus, Mr.
Ililemnn, was instructed by the county
convention that nominated him lo cast
his vote lor Vance, and Ihe resolutions
thus instructing him were adopted al
most uiinuiuiwuslv. Mr. Ililemnn came
la-lore the convention liefore the nominn-
tiou was made ami pitngeu uimscii to
vote tor Vance, "uuiuahhcdly, first, last
md nil the tune. Does the Progressive
l-'nrmcr ask Mr. Hik-mnn or any other
representative to disregard stun instruc
tions ns nun .' ii so, it iisks iiiem to oo
what no honest man call do, anil what
Mr. Ilili-man, lor one, will not do.
.V SnKTII CAHnU.XA.
I'ivc-sixths ol I he cotton is packed
mil then has Ih-cii Itssilamagc by reason
it its so long remaining unpicked than
Large collections in aid of the orphan
isvlums at Oxford. Thomasvillt, nnd
Charlotte were made Thanksgiving day
it points all over the stale.
ti. S. Misamer, son-in law of Valen
tine I'ropsi, ol Kowan couutv. was
killed at Chum ('.rove by the southbound
K. cc 1 1. last mail train. He was trying
to cross the track in his wagon.
An official invitation will Iw extended
the First Virginia regiment lo encamp at
tVriglilsvillc next summer with the Noi l h
Carolina state guard. A lieartv puiiiic
aud private welcome will lie given.
President Crowell has succeeded in
iloubliug the niimlH'i' ol students lit
frinil v college since he hasbeen inchargc.
When he tirsl went there Trinity could
Imasl ol only about eigmy students.
-The greatest religion revival that
has ever Ih-cii m l.oiioliurg, is going on
there now , conducted liv l-.vangelist I-lie
ne honor dealer lias Ikvii convened.
ami attends the services with Bible in
The following postmasters have been
ippoinled in North Carolina: A. I. liar-
man at Carrie, Pender coutitv; C. I.
Ilrown at North Rock, Lincoln county
L. A. Williams, Purgatory, Duplin
Senator Vance is very much dissatis
fied with the census of North Carolina
He snvs the latest returns from the cen
sus olhce lull l.ill.Oi 0 short ol what
he is convinced is the actual population
ol the state.
-Governor Fowle has pardoned Adol-
alius Wilson nnd Woody Wilson, sons ol
"Itig Tom" Wilson, of Yancey county
Thcv were pardoned on payment til a
tine of $JiiU. "Hig Tom is the lamoiis
trnpiier und guide in charge of Col.
Murcmson s great mountain estate.
lames C. Clcnnv, a voung lad of
Cpier Sampson, son of Mr. Josiah C.
Cleiiiiy, hurt one of his legs last spring
with a cotton stalk. Humiliation set in
and his condition grew worse until the
limb became totally dead, and it was
round necessary to umpulutc it. Clinton
The chief of police ot Durham went to
Richmond. Vn.. to bring back las. Unix,
a while man who tied thence with Grace
Campbell, a Durham girl, 1H years old
deserting a wife and threechildren. That
was the charge, at any rate, but Mrs.
l,owl. Ills wile, wuniirew nrr proseeu-
lion, and Lowe was discharged from
Mr. loseiih llradlield, of Madison
wns nrresicd at Winston on a charge ol
lilK-liug the character of Congressman
lohn M. Ilrowcr. Mr. Goslen, editor of
the I moil Kipuiiliciin, went nit surely
During the bile campaign the Reidsvillv
Review published some very damaging
charges against Mr. Ilrowcr over the
signature of Mr. Urndheld.
Little Pearl, aged nliout two years,
the onlv child ol Mr. anil Mrs. 1.
Shcpnrd was playing with a screw and
just as the mother had told her not to
put il in her mouth the little one placed
ihe screw between her lips. Mr. Lynch,
who was passing hy at the time, heard
the serciiins und ran to the house. He
did nil that wns in his power, but the
screw had gotten into the windpipe nnd
the little one died in fifteen minutes niter
the accident occurred. Durham Sun,
R. W. Knox, of Steel Creek township
enmc of age in lHH.'l: and upon a sugges
tion of some ot his friends that he was of
unsound mind, a jury enquired into his
mental condition and found that he was
incapable ol managing his property, by
reason ol a detect ol understanding
Lust week an application was made by
the young man lor a rehearing, claiming
that his mind had improved to inch an
extent that he was no longer incapable
ot attending to his own allairs. A jury
agreed with him, finding that he was of
sound mind. This is only the second case
of the kind on record in Mecklenburg
In the Northampton county election
rnse the republicans signally failed in
their attempts to fix frauds upon the
democrats. K. a. uarnam, ii. nooo
A. Grunt, Alc. Brown and Henry lack
son were charged with having, as judgci
of election for West Roanoke precinct, in
1HH8. thrown out 170 votea cast tor
Cheatham, for Congress, reporting him
ns receiving no vote. The ballots ensl
contained alter the name H. I'. Cheat ham
"ol Vaact county," and for that reason
were not counted. The Jury on trial of
the case in the United State circuit
rr.iirt at Raleigh, after being out only
five minutes,' returned a verdict of not
guilty. 1 '
1 A Mitch In time. Take Simmon Liver
Regulator and prevent sickness. '
SAVl.XU" MO.XHY HY NOT ADVEH-
Pruin the Nehraska 8tate Journal.
A few days ago," said nil cx-iiewspa-
ler man who is in business in this city,
my wife struck me lor n new slove
fa particular kind, and 1 went out
with her to hunt it up among the
hardware stores. We found what she
wanted at a place on O street, and
the polite salesman laid himself nut to
make a sale. 'We will let you have
this stove,' he snid, at ten ier cent, on
he regular price. We can afford to do
it because we don't spend our money ad
vertising our goods. We give it to our
ustomers, and let them advertise the
goods by talking about them among
their friends." I let the fellow sing his
little ditty for a while, but didn't buy lie-
cauw I knew there wns a something
wrong with n house that would set that
kind of a yarn More their customers.
So we went out.
The next store that we went into,"
nnliuucd the gentleman, after knocking
the ashes from his cigar nnd bringing a
uspidor into easy range, "was one
that advertises right along. They had
the same stove, and the price was
not onlv 'ten per cent, oft'' but even
ower than that. There was no stutt
alked alaiut giving anything to the
ustomers. but a tellow could see that
he folks were doing n big business on
iiisiness principles. 1 hey could sen
hcapcr than the non-advertiser, because
liev had more trade, nan were turning
heir money over taster and were dealing
with a class ol folks that take the licst
goods and pay llieii bills. A store that
1 1 vertices Ida-rally invariaiiiv nastn.it
lass of trade.
At first thought the plea that a busi-
icss man can uivv Ins cusiomeis ine
iiioney that lie saves iroin niiveriising
may seem all right. But il s not the way
iconic do business in these tunes. 1 here
no money saved by not advertising, and
so there s nothing to give.
It was a He-publican t'ensns.
Prom ihe New York World.
The Constitution rcipiiies only an ne-
ual enumeration ot k'isoiis. All thi
ther information as to what make of
mortgage do vim shin"le with, did your
wile's grandmother die ol sciatica and
when did vouciil voiii eve-lecth is simply
ougrcssioaal trill on Ihe constitutional
garment ; ami Mipt. rorter s laicst sena
makes it apparent that the trimming
osis more than tin.' dress, I i to the
hi of lulv last the census cost S'.lii,-
'.IN nj. oi which taking the population
ust onlv l-i.Oi.tli'.i an inloiciuuic
leal ol trensiii v sack lo a mangy iienny
wortli ol noiiH-niiinci aiing bread.
SOUTH C'.lA'O..V.I lOt.KS.
Charlotte I lemocrat: The key. ti. W
Harmon, of Monroe, has Ircii elected
inslor of Second itaptisl church ol this
At its last regular Hireling li'svillt-
llinncc. No. in Mouses Creek town
hip. Wake couutv, passed resolutions
nilorsiui: A. H. louts, l-.ui., ol Kaletgli.
lor the iHisilion ot siaakcr ol the House
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and Miss
Cleveland, who have Is en in the state for
sometime, have engaged hoard m n pri
vate lamilv here w here Ihey will siwrnl
the winter months. They are relatives
of the ex-president. Durham Sun.
The I'reshvtcrv ot I-uvcltceillc in si'-
cial session at Maxton arranged lor Key
A. K. Shaw, ot Carthage, to enter upon
the work ol Treslivterian livangelist. Rev.
I'. K. Law was elected to the oltice ol
slated clerk of the Presbytery in place
ol Key. A. K. Shaw, resigned.
On the !'.Hh of last February Mr. Ii. G
l.lliugloii und Mr. I. T. Weldon, ol this
couutv. were married, not to each other,
but to tneir rcscciive wives; ami on
last Sunday morning their wives pre
sented each one of them with a fine hoy,
within two hours of each other. ! rank-
lien. Cadmus Wilcox, who wns born
near Uoldslmro, und who is now in the
war department met with a very serious
accident in Nudivillr recently, lien. Wil
cox nccidently tell on a street where the
lights were very detective. Ill Head
struck on the sharp edge uf one of the
pcn trenches, nnd when carried to Ins
nome nc oecume unconscious.
THIS MI-AS'S IH SIMiSS.
WfdrecnslMiro Record : The Oreenslmro
steel nnd iron company is placing stock
surely nnd sulci v in an effective but quiet
WTWe leant that a brother of Mr. H,
C. Downing, one of oursumm.T residents,
snvs he will invest $10,1100 in an electric
railway from Scm-ca or Walhalla to High
lands. lliKhlanils Slar.
snTIUirlington News: One day last
week W. 1-. Lewis, while ditching on I
W. Catea' lot in town, dug up n fine
niece ot iron ore. Iwisis u miner and
knows ore when lie sees it.
bv-L-:,,.,.. Pn-.s: Mr. Ino. W. Ritter.
of Philadelphia, an experienced knitting
mill supcrtuicmicui, urnvcu i tiesuay.
havinu Ih-cii engaged to manage the Or
ion mills here, the building in about
WTReidsville scores another point
the organisation of n big fertiliser and
guano manufacturing i-onipan.v, which
will soon commence operation litre.
is coniMised of the leading' business men
ol the place. Keview.
IWW. K. t;ililis, of Full ClilT, formerly
from northern Wisconsin, is making
munv improvements m his section. II
has lately added to his saw mill a mill
lor grinding corn, wheat, outs, &c., and
making Iced. Highlands Mar.
BnYV.i-ecnslmro Record: The Crown
mills run GXillll spindle on full time nnd
find it impossible to keep up with their
orders. VeMerdnv they received an order
from Philadelphia for B,.'li)0 pounds of
yarn, whK-h they were compelled to de
l-'nr horse colic Simmon Liver Regula
tor is known to be the best remedy.
Man In teayralas strMKtn. v. oovera.
meat Report, Aa(tut 17, 1SH. talyatMlr
Is the Oriental enlutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When the
Liver is torpid the Bow
els are sluppish and con
stipated, the food lies
in the stomach undi
gested, poisoning the
blood; frequent headache
ensues; a feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and
nervousness imlicato how
the whole system is do
ranged. Simmons Liver
Rogulator has been the
means of restoring more
people to ' health and
lappiness by giving them
a healthy Liver thun any
agency known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficacy.
NIVIR ! IN DIBAS-POINTCD.
Ass general ramuy remedy n,r n -n"',
Torpid l.lver, Umallputlun, etc.. I hardly
ever uss nnvtlilns else, audi buve nfver
been disappointed In the effect produced:
II sttiiM lo In almost a lHrferl eurp lor ull
diseases uf the Mtomnch snd tfowi'ls.
W. J. .UC'blaOT, J1UUUU, u
lie not Imposed upon!
l'....,ln. t.. MM. Oihi vou tret the urniiine.
llUtinsuishr I Irom nil irnuils and imitations
itr. nnd on the shir Ihe sen! anil slutinture of
It .eilin Co.
W.A.ni.Ain. J. V. IJkown,
No. 3a Pattou Avenue.
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
WV nit' now I't'ihly, anil in
it our friciHiH mikI tln pul-
ii .ii i
H" lA't'lii'l'llll.V TO "'in ex
inline our well st-ln-titl Htork
Wliii'li wt nre offi'i'injrni roek
bottom priifH. rnih'rtnkiiur
Hiitfinl feature. CiiIIh at-
temliHl tla.v or niiibt.
Tcleplione.ibi.v 7", nijrlit C5
BLAIR & imOWN.
Thr rntlrc tovk ol
adufllni floe nmachrs. Buttons aad Braee
1-3-0 NE-T HI RO OFF 1-1-3
Renantlrss of cost, as mt Intend la the future
tn keep nothing bat Solid Oold aad
Sterling Mlver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M, FIELD,
South Mala St. Aahcville.
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
WSCATERTO FAMILY TRADE
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. 10 Court Square.
net'-III il vr
RETELL. & WAGNE",
Miieceasors lo Kopp Ik MchtenlierKcr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
CoftVia masted on the premises dally, anil
ttround for every euatomer.
Pull Line of Table Supplier
Hn-r ilrllvrrv. A full line uf Feed, furnished
at wholesale priers.
8 PATTON AVKKUIt.
Trier une No. 110.
sept I It dtf
BOUGHT, SOLO AND EXCHANGED.
tt eal Ksttatc. Honsve to Rent
C. F. RAY,
Member American Tleltet Mrokers' Assue
NO HI KITH MAIN ST It BUT.
n virtue of a deed of trust eseeuted hy
lohn 11 C'smrron to me as trustee liearlna
rf.t th lath il.. of lieeamtier. 1 sss, and
realaterrd In Hie olHre of the KeKlster of
ih,r.u..r iiMimMh. rnuntv. North C aro lni
In lln-k 4 of mortvsoes aad deeds of trust
on psars 4ft7 and VH, drfnult h vlns Imn
made and rie rand niion bm having lieen mnde
mm r,..,lnrf. I will the land drsefltied II
said ilctri of trast at pnhllc auction to the
hlifhcat bidder for eash at the roart honst
H.w,r ,m Aah.IIU la bmIH tmuntV CM MOSOST,
the ilSId day of December, lHRO, atl3o'clidl
BHaid land Is 'treated h ttss eastern portna
Of Ashevllle on Bony wooa re, near y oi.
lea street, adlo.nlns lands of V. M, Miller,
mTmrn i.mu Ura H ft stMfe and oiliees. am
eoa tains nlntnttha of an acrs, mora or Inst,
sravaldvut . A.T. si siaui, sra.w.,
WB AKH HAPPY TO ANNOl'NCU
THAT WIS IIAV15 THIS WEKK 1N
CRIJASlvD TUB CAPACITY AND FA
Wli HAVli SBCURUt) SliVliRAL
MEN, AND ARB NOW RBADY TOOIVB
Ol'R KRIIvNDS A SPLBND1D PIT AND
PINB y'ALITY, AT VICKY RBASONA
III.B KATIiS. CALL IN AND SHE I'S;
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
OCR REPAIR Dlil'AKI.MI-.r.l 10
STILL Pl'LL AND ACTIVE. ASH wu
AN C.IVE PROMPT ATTENTION lu
ALL WORK ItROl'OHT IN.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avetiue.
K. H. BHITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.OER.
Also gnuling of all Itlntls done. All orders
promptly filled nnil work nuitranteed. Can
found al ll times at t.raiiiim s lotion
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Ucucral i IiiMuranve I Agent
Hear No. 1M South Main street.
Ashevllle. N. C
HiiKliHh and French
OARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. l French llroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
I for many years Assmiatc I'rlni-ilial of Ml
Vi.ra.tn Miitutr. nniiiintin.
Assisted by a eoriis ol tottiM-nti-nt u-nt hv
II. H. COSBY,
7 PATTON AVKNl'K.
NHNT lUMiK TO I'.KANII CHNTKAL
Till., AKIIHVII.I.K. N. C.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
T If you have any Nose. Throat or l.unx t
" (In application I will send a pamphlet 1 1
' descriptive of Ashevllle and also the In-1 )
halina irratmeat tree with list of qucs- '
tli.ns to be answered by the patient T
when ordering Home Treatment. This
treatment is as effective as the odlce t
OF PIC It NO. 119 PATTON AVBNI'B,
f Ashevllle, N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
The Dally Newspaper Bent
The daily npvHi)ni'r is the
iieer of all atlvertiHiiiir meu
uniH. pravidiiiK it in propiTly
uhihI. AdviTtiHiiiK in daily
IieWHIHiporH pllVH, tMH-IUIHC
tin aMr ifiMH tii
icctly to Iht! pur
chiiHoi' tiny after tiny
ami given h1io)ihth
nnd TiurehaHerM their
.1, , . 1 A 1
inereantiie newn tnrouKii un
advertiHinuM'omiiiiiH, jiiHt a
thev civn Hit? newn tiutt-
ter through the editorial eo
IS. W. OlT.
iituisKu'st U'kkni.v hnu nrvrr fiittrtt lu lim
ttt it. (til. ua as Itiurttnl nf CIViliKlltttttl.1
unit II hn tlonr o wi h a rntiint mi'ira
.. .nlurueil tlftsllhllitlcM UI UrtllltH HM nnil
hiKhrr HlnntlHrfl nl iirHttt nml Htcrnry rifrl
Iftlt'C. It H'SIVCd iinifinvnrfi no ifin n
i.saasssa. sir I Ha tsVIHiai tin I If TfU. Ilfia IITTsVllII
nmril. cuuiilly trutworthy nnd .nicrrnllnK.
of thr notnhlr vvcoU. prnionii, nnd m hlcvc
nirntn of our ttmr.
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tmi. They will Itr Hirriirjf, mimtiftc, tirtli
ti hl-(nfiisil. crittral. tHMitrlihk-fll or tit
su-riittivr. lin tKloo rnny drnmnn, nnd will
.nnilntif to drnrrvc thr hrnrty commrtiil
tlon which h4 ifcti irrntowcn on p twm
i the urrmm inn tne iiniiitc hi iiimnr ifiur
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tss ciiitrd with 41 Mint rrffnrn lor inr numi
Urn that nmfcr it mtr nnd welcome vUtmr
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ted HUtct, Codnd MckIco.
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thr Number fr Junimry of rmh yrar. Whrn
no time I rcilird, nlMiiipllon will brit'i
with the nnmiier onrrvni ni ine umi ui
Mist l irtr.
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M navy Order or urjiit, to avoid change
NewNpaoera arc not to copy thla dvtHlat
ment without the eaprrae order of HAaraa
HARP BR 11 MOTH UK a),
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
Feet of Central Pa8senKcr Icpot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A mdcrn first class hotel. Hot and cold I
Hlcetrle hells In !'"-?',:, rS."d
n" dS "very W rnlm,t.
JO minutes for meals.
RATr.8) a.oo t-i.s
A. G. II AI-XYBURTON, Prop.
J. M. HK VAN and Ws.s ..
iron THE SALIC
HMITM & ROM.INH, Proprletorn.
..... ,.,. ..f w.slrrn Niirlh t nndlnii nnil Unsl Tiniiessee:
I Mir nmrkcl tins fullv oK-n.d nnd prices lire
L.. M. h e n.H..- I con,,- ..,.. en,,..Vyr...c Kunuintce
you for .iu.l .uir..iii.Kc nnd hoil.iK Hy hnnl
SMITH & ROIJ.IISS.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to nil l rls of the city our own llottllna HstWrl liter at
ONE DOLLAR PKR DOZKN.
WINE.-. ANI LIQUOR STORE V
IN Till! STATU.
FINK SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
,. 4. M.,.,a,.T. , m. A3 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVlltE. W. C
-FOK HAt.K BV-
Ashevllle, N. C.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Special aniiltitrluiii for DIm-hhc of the I.uiikm aiidThroat.
nure l.nns.na wn.er .mm . ''nnm
nrs with eitv mains I'crKvl .ylcm l llvu.c. c. 1'l.im.in.K aim aewirasr. "V",T
ilrictly astplie. Il"t Water llrntinii Nvstrm
tne and Hlcam i.n.ns am. imimviu . .im
I'rofosluniil scrvlcrs uitlnnnl with iatlrnts.
I'ri.v. f..r H..ur.l and R....m
M,r iiartliU.ars. auonas
Ilnriwr's MnK'ilne tor Drccmlsrr is n
siiierli Christmns nnmlier. It ..srni with
As You hike It," the Until .if llie series
ol'i.rtii'Us on the eoineilies ol Shakes
prnrc. Theeomineiilson tile piny, writ
ten I iy Anilrew LnnK. nre mv.iinpiiiin.1
by eleven benulilul illustrntiuns (imlu.l
iiiK Ihe rrintsiiire, printe.l in tinlsl lri.ni
Iniwniiis liv luiwin A. Aiiiy. v.niines
Dmllev Wnrner, in nn nrti.le entitleil
The winter ol nnr content, relnfs
mnny mterestiiiK ineis ri'tiiriiiii)i tin
elinintie inlluen.-es of sonllitrn Culi
I'orniii. The nrtule is luv.pniii.inuil liv
nnine mis illustrations trniii iliot.iiri.iihs
null Irom nrnwniKs l.y the loreiuost ar
tists. Theodore I hilil writes coiirerninii
A I'rc-Kniiliiiehtc M.insu.11 thelninoiis
tjvlaiiil resi.lei.ee in l.oml'.n nn.l de-
sei ila'S the nrt tmimres wiiieh it cnntiiiiis,
His nrtK'le is illusiriitr.l Ini.n tiiiinlinus
hy the ilistniKiiisheil liiujlisli i.riists Kos
setti, liiirnc-Jones, mill 1., I'. Watts.
I'lerrc Mill eouliil.iiles nil nrtule iiIh.iiI
"Jii.nnese Women," which is very lully
illustrated Irom .iii itK Htmi-
phrey Moore. The licti.m is iippropniite
to the holiday sens. in. It includes
"A Christ inns I'resctit," l.y I'nul Hives.
illiistnite.1 hy C. H. Mcinliiirt ; "I'lule and
Violin, u story ol old Ke.nueky, liv Janus
I. line Allen, wiilitwentv-oiieil'iistii.lions
hy Howard I 'vie; "C'li. ski's Tun..
i.Riils," l.y Thi.m.i Nelson 1'iiKe, illus
trated from n pi.intiiiK liv . W. Alesnn
tier; "Mr. tiililik Colt's Ilmks," liv Kich
ard Ma lei din ohnston, with nil illuitrit
lion liy A. H. l-'rost; "A Sa'kin'ihosl."
ii ilinUet store hv AuiileTri.inl)iillSlossiii;
nml "Jim's l.flttle Wiimiin" by einnihOrne
Jewett. The editor. al depurtments, Iiki,
have n instinctive nmitiiry niivor. iteorue
Willinm Curtis, iliKuiirsmg UMin thr ilc
llnlitsome chin ucter of t lie modern C hrist
mns, nrKiies tlmt the enjoyment of true
nlensiire is not nnlv cliristimi iriviler
liul n religious duty. Willinm Ikan How
ells ilescrilHH u Christiniis dream in
which The Study, IsrinK triiiisHirteil
into the ideal common wcullli of the
fill ure, iK'holds tin last of the romantic
ists nnil the nnonymoiis critiis, nml hns
n beatific vision ot the results which
would lollow the p .ssiiKe of the intcrtiu
ti.iunl cotiyriuht bill, Charles llu.llrv
Murncr discourses upon the pleasures ol
uivintr. nnd lilends for the exeieise ol
good judgment in the selection nt Christ
Real Ewtute Agent
AMI MIAN' MkllKIlK,
1 NORTH MAIN IT., (MORQAN'I BOOKSTORE)
Money loaMd and well seeand at par cent.
Meal Hatala boaaht and sold at nuLlle and
m4hhI, U.nla mir-trt 1 piiniltiHril a
heal I'slalesnd Auclloa lmlileas la Charles. Il
toa. ft. C, ten years, sn.l will alve in-..mttl
attrnrlim to all baauim put Hi ssjr shares. I
wr and lislh. , and toilet. .on every fltmr.
and bar d l.miard raom on flrst Hour. Itlec.
Klchmond and Hanvllle railroad eatlna house.
:hhI. cicc nllyon eommini nva".
1 1 ii mm Ihe liirKi st, la st llaftlol worehonse
..rs niu. ..... ... .-. - -
Over for Hh Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426,
1 .. .ummiLuh r..p I Mkmcalt,. nur.
.."K". . v ..
.....I l nr..i..i veil. i..y..n v .""'
- . --,
and at m.Mlrrntc rates.
ia on to n r wees.
VON RICK, M. U.,
Ashevlllr. North Carolina.
ha. his aaair a. a srio. ataasswsl aa asifsssi
W. L DOUGLAS
rise Calf aaa Laassl Wal.rsrarf Ormla.
Th. .sn.lh.Msl aaa WMltnf aualrUas of sa ahns)
tannM b. bx.r saowa than W la stnas) SSasamr
aiasls or Ms laonsaads of saastaal snarana
tm0 flml.t llaaaesra, as asanas) saal
MfMr won m mm i
Wv bmm mm f m tlf WflvpJ mom tatnttwwj
n4 th rB t impfovMiMii imIi mmm Mparts
ah yoor iwuif, mnq ir o cmnmn mntjyoai mmm
POM SAI.H nv
17 PMtlON AvtlUC.
TTTHE BEST KNOWN RFMFDY.
Is u.u.u." Cum
In i mn S ll.n.allk. t..a
rrsTonta datura, I'.nsslns ao
sorl.l nr polsinuus sntMtsneea, and
is g.isrsi.lemt slisoluU'le harmless,
la preserllH'd l lilrysWlnVif and
reen.iinn.leil by drnaauits. Pries !
Sold hyrtrnaaisls. Il.war. af SmW
POH BAUB BY
MYM MUsV aHKlOl, N. 0.