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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 18M).
WHY FILL A STOWB WITH COOPS
AND THEN KBBP DARK ABOVT IT t
IT COSTS MONEY BVBKY DAY
AND BYBBY HOUR TO CARRY A
STOCK OF GOODS.
LBT TUB PUBLIC KNOW WHAT
YOO HAVE TO SELL.
INTEREST THB PEOPLB-A TTRA CT
THEM DO NOT ALLOW THEM TO
POROBT YOV OR YOUR CROWDED
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SATURDAY, DECKMBER 13. 180.
The New York Post asks, in u very tem
perate editorinl which we print elsewhere:
"What reuaon hut he the farmer when
election dny comes to put himself in po
litical opposition to nil those men whose
opinion he respects ?"
For this reason, probably : that he sees
almost every class but his own secure
friendly legislation while what he con
ceives to be his interests are wholly
or in part disregarded. Represen
tative of industries go to the
legislature and legislate for those indus
triesthat is legislate on matters
they care most for. In the general
scramble the farmers' interests are some
times reached and sometimes not. Their
appeal now to be given a hearing is a
plea (or no legislation unless they, as
representatives ofa very large class, have
an opportunity, greater thnn heretofore,
to bring argument and votes to bear on
Let the farmer come in. He will learn
something, and so will the rest of us,
from hit political work.
I'nited Ireland is a paper worth fight
ing for. No one could ever rend it, as
edited by William O'Brien and not be at
tracted, almost fascinated' by the earn
estness that blazed in every line. From
end to end it hnd but one subject home
rule for Ireland, and that it urged with
leie'u n'inrrvfB juid a force seldom parnl-
sucli writing on this side the ocean, liv
ery line seemed to be written at lev
heat. Its correspondence from pnrlia
ment was especially powerful both
substance and form, bring evidently the
work of a hand trained to exnetness of
expression even when forced to write
with the babel of parliamentary legisli
tion resounding in his ears. The influence
of such a journal on Irish thought and
Irish manners was no doubt great, and
as I'nited Ireland has n constituency of
upwards of 100,000 readers, Parncll at
once realized how important a strategi
cal point it was from which to fight the
Bid Then Uod Mpced.
The Salvation Army should be wtl
corned in Asheville. Not because the
methods of its mem hers are ourmethods,
nor because it is always possible to ap
irove the results of revivulistk work so
noisily conducted. But because, on the
whole, the organization does great good
and reaches aclassotherwise not brought
under religious influence at nil.
There will be some wonder ut the ways
of these soldiers when they begin their
street work, but we sincerely hope there
will be no unfriendly opposition to them
It will lie well in the mouth of any one to
criticise their wavs who it himself at un
selfishly at work for the good nl his fcl
lowmao at be sees it.
THE MRHKR IN POLITICS).
Intercast Met Dlatlnct Prom
Those or HIM MelKkbor.
Prom the New York Post.
The reason why the farmer, in a nation
governed as ours is, does not, strong as
he is, numerically control party politics,
is that his political interests lire not (lis
tinct from those of his neighbors who
follow other occupations. The farmer
ooliticinn. who loves the excitement of
conventions and is proud of the pnnv
phletsand plntforms that he lus written
thunders loudly of the "rights" of which
his fellow-farmers arc deprived, and de
vises new financial schemes which arc to
benefit them and plague the dealers in
Wnll streets. Hut when the farmer who
is not a ooliticinn drives to the nearest
village of an evening to make his
weekly purchases, be recognizes no en
emv hi the men of other occupations
whom he meets, llis Irunil tlicraercnant
is not known to him as a "shark." He
is proud of the iicumntnnce of the local
lawver, and will wager a small sum that
he is "smarter" than the lawyer of the
next town. He trusts his life in thclmnds
of the phvsicinn, and, what is almost as
precious, his surplus cash in the hands of
the local banker. Wh it reason has he,
when election dny comes, to put himself
in political opposition to all these men
whose opinion he respects and "flock hv
himself' to the candidate of a party
which seeks to capture him hy its name
In (net. the interests of a nation like
ours are practically homogeneous. If
they were not so, and if the actual inter
est of all had not a reasonable certainty
of being respected in the end, the repub
lic would fall apart and some other lorm
of government would Ijc substituted for
it. Sometimes we attain the greatest
good bv apparently slow stnges, and the
tanners arc among the slowest to aid
their own cause. This has been notably
the case with the tariff, which might
hare been near a satisfactory adjustment
to-ilnv had the farmers of the northwest
voted in 1SH8 as they have in lH'.H).
HK WAN HONKHT,
Sknatom I'rye said in the senate the
other day: "If in order to secure the
right of an American citizen to freely cast
hit ballot and bave it counted as cast, it
it necessary to put a bayonet behind
try ballot, would put a bayonet be
hind it." It did not occur to the senator
that when it becomes necessary to put
bayonet behind every vote there will be
nothing in thit country worth voting for.
It it now announced that the force bill
hat been abandoned by the Republican
senator, or enough of them to prevent
action on it at this session, and probably
at any future time. If thit should be the
case, President Harrison hat been
snubbed by hit own party in a way he
will remember as long at be live. But
these tame senators had already received
the rebuke of the ieople.
ItsUanda for the Town.
Pros the Marphjr Beaut.
The newspaper it the only Institution
that goes abroad to show itself and
tpeak for Ha locality. The landt may be
at fertile at the Garden of Hetueridct.
the mines may be rich, the timber valua
ble, the water pure and the climate de
lightful; but all of them must wait for
people to com along and recognise the
truth. The newspaper, on the contrary,
pastes through the mailt and visits the
great business centers when there it
money to do witb. If the paper i prosperous-looking,
well edited and attrac
tive it will make a good impression.
They who see it will think il come from
among a wide-awake, progressive people
who have a good country good to live
la and good to invest in.
Alma I Alaat
Fro the MatasvUI Lasdaarh.
Though w arc limited to the appoint
ment of two delegates, to the Atbeville
convention we bad determined to take
the chance o terming the admission of
another and appoint Dr. Blount, of the
Wilson Mirror, at a delegate at large, to
represent the spell-binders, but after cor
retKadoc with friends at Wilson and
taking oar Blum' almanac from tb nail
by the areolae and examining the phase
of tb tsooa a therein set forth, w learn
with great regret that tb convention
will aot occur during oat of hi lucid in-.arvala.
And Took the Kntlre Bakery aa
It Deeerved lo.
Prom the Mecklenhnm Times.
In nn interior county in this state there
were three democratic candidates all
duly nominated for the legislature. Each
had strong opposition and the vote is
close in that county lietween the demo
crats and republicans. Hence very great
caution was deemed necessary as to'
what should be said about the senator
ship, etc., etc.
When the campaingn opened one
of the candidates said he did not think it
wise to commit himself as to the sena
torship. The second cadidate followed in
about the same strain. The third candid
ate was a little Ilutchy merchant
and farmer from a remote part of the
county. His Sieech was as follows:
"Gentlemen, I am not afraid nor ashamed
to tell you who I ain for for senator. 1
nm for old Cell Vance. I am not going
to call him Colonel Vance, nor Governor
Vance, nor Senator Vance, because I nm
Vance. Il l iilif ctvcw J- imt ulain Zcb
him first, last and nil the time, and don
you forget it. Thank you for your at
This was his sneech and the whole of
all round the campaign, while the other
two candidates lollowed up the nun
committal course they started out with
When the vote was counted the little
Vance mnn was elected and the other
Henry Blunt Takes Ihc Mule Ttila
Prom the Durham Globe.
Our good friend Henry Blunt, whose
heart throbs more or less, gives room in
his pupcr to this idea :
"The glory of summer has gone by
the heantifui greenness has become with
ered and dead. Were this all were there
no associations of moral desolation of
faded hopes of henrts withering in the
bosoms of the living connected with the
decaying scenery around us, we would
not indulge in a moment's melan
choly. The season of flowers will come
again the trees will again toss their
cumbrous heuds of greenness to the sun
light and by mossy stone and widening
rivulet the coming blossoms will startup
at the bidding ol their guardian, nut tnc
human hcurt has no change like (hat ol
tree. It has no soring time. Once blighted
in its hour of freshness, it liears forever
the mark of the snoiler. The dew of affec
tion may fall, and the gentle rain of sym
pathy lie lavished upon it, but the stone
root of blighted leeliug will never again
waken into life nor the crushed flowers
ol hoie blossom with their wonted
The general inlercncc is that Colonel
lllount struck the key note to the pa
thetic and allowed his heart to spill it
self in gobs and his lect got tangled in it.
Hut oh, ves, the beautiful greenness ol
this a-hyar summer has withered up: the
crocidile has skipfied to wanner waters
and the man with the dumb aguennd the
hay fever blows his nose mid shakes. The
festive razor backed hog which erst
and erewhile frolicked in the garden
with the playful lamlikin has gone
into winter headquarters, anil the
weeds have got pretty hard. Ves, oh,
bleeding heart of mine, the cucnmliers
have wilted and the women folks didn't
put up many pickles. Hut the horse rad
ish will probably come again, cither in
leaf or in bottles; yes, oh, my bleeding
and bursting heart the crop ol the yams
was good. Why cannot nil the davs be
days of sunshine and the salaratus in the
biscuits be u little slack ? Why is it
necessary for a man to wear out the bo
som of his pantaloons and put up the
cold and clammy cash for a patch ? But
the human heart is a tlirec-tined cuss; it
is n winner from the backwoods. and if it
will iust stop cutting up, Henry Blount
can take the mule.
The Popular Coco of Europe.
The Coming On of America.
PVR KOLIWI.K CtlKAP,
Rich. Digestible. Stimu
Having a peculiarly delic
ious flavor a food and drink
combined at a half cent a
cup and fit for a prince,
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
- VAN HOUTHN'H COCOA (
triad, always nmri ") ln.ntl and
patraMa nad la autde la Hollaad. Il is
flknowledsml bjr the niml .min.nt dooUwa
ml an.lj.ta that br Ilia eawetal lraa
nlVM HocTXK'i Oivn haa andereone,
the solubility mt Ika aeah-raemllw
eaantltarale la laerraetid! ftr 9"
eeat.a wbila the whole of the Sbrta are
MfteiMid and rami. ml mora palatable and
dlaaatlbla. -Urf.t aala In the world. Aak
(or Van Hirrrui'aaad taka e oaar.(ft
The Durham null Ulohe Headed
For ThlH very China Shop,
from the Durham tllobe.
The Globe desires to state again that
it did define the word corker; tbatcorker
meant a rattler: that a rattler means
dnitv. And if thit it not sufficient ex
planation the editor of Thk Asiikvii.i.
Citizkn can await our arrival, which
will br next week, when weexpect to whi
A Nice Quiet Clly.
Prom the Jeweller' Circular.
First Drummer "The new clock in the
public building in Philadelphia will run a
whole year without stonoiiig," Second
Drummer "You don't mean run; yon
mean go. Nothing runt in Philadelphia.
THIS MliASS III SI.HSS.
sfMoruanton Herald: Mr. A. A. Con
ley, of Linville township, has reopened
tnc oia (.oniey gold mine, and is meetius
with every indication ol striking it rich
HaTGranville county is still on the
boom. Another good copiier mine near
Hlue Wing ti.is been discovered.
tar A gentleman who can sicn a cheek
for a hundred thousand dollars and who
would get the money on it if he suncd it.
says that we may print that there it a
tanginie scnenie. well nign lormulnted,
which will give Durham a two hundred
and fifty thousand dollar hotel. Durham
IftrSome enterprising gentlemen from
the north were here Inst week lookimr
over the kaolin properties in the vicinity
of Webster. They were so pleased with
what they saw that they bargnined for
some of it. They returned to their homes
Friday with the understanding that they
will be back here inside of two weeks f o
complete cheir purchase and make others
it possible. Webster Herald.
Rev. Drury Scruggs, aired H years.
men Ytn inst., at tnc residence ol John T
Cnmp. Dropsy wot the cause of death.
Lieutenant Int. L. Wilson, of the 4th
artillery of the United States army.
centfy stationed at Mcpherson barracks
in Atlanta, hat established a recruiting
omcc in inarioitc.
-Sadie Legulre wat found suspended
by the neck last Friday night at her
horse about two miles from UrysonCity
It It a cast of reported suicide, but
suspicious circumstances cause tome
to suspect foul play, although no
motive for the deed or clue that would
lead to such a conclttaion hat been
brought to light. The girl was about
sixteen years of age and an imbecile.
Bryson city Herald,
a if .1 .- at d tr -. i
nk MmiHiauq. .a, n invmuniiiu,
whit man, aged about fifty, with a short
gray beard, wat arretted charged with
forgery. He had forged the endorsement
of a check for a small amount on a local
firm and it was cashed at the Cltisen't
bank. II was held to hail in the nm of
on thousand dollar. Hi valis con
tained about one hundred checks, a
larn number of which were on Raleish
banks, and shout twenty blank check
oa J. C. Cooper & Boot, Oxford, endorsed
by U. Y. Cooper, all forged. Hit signa
ture of prominent business men and
firm all over thit part of the at ate writ
forged or wen torn front old paid checks.
Prom the Clinton Caucasian.
We wish to thank the News and OI-
server for the information that it was
Col. Turk, who furnished it with the
freight rates it published. But that in
formation, however important it is, dors
not throw any light on the situation, for
as we have said before, that among all
the freight hills we have lieen able to
. i , ..r.i . ... i . i
gainer l munv w inrm ui wic n. imti if, , .
railroad I we find no such rates actually i OOttOIII pi'ICPH.
existing. .Now again in tnc interest of
truth and in order that the ieople may
not be misled and their prejudices in
flamed "because of nn nllcgcd state of
facts that does not exist," we call upon
the News und Observer to give Siecific
facts, bv stating between what points in
iit-ikiii such rates arc emitted. '"rn oi (
W.A.Hi.air. J.V. Hkown.
No. ja Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIRIOLB STAND
Wp nr now rondy, and in
vite our friomlH tint the pub
lic froncriilly to t-nll ami ex
amine our well Heliftetl Ktoek
Which we nre offeringnt .rock
a Kpecial feature. Call at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night 03.
For u short time w are
able to offer
to purchasci-H. We have a
a little' off Htyle"alextreme
ly low rates. Now in your
opportunity for a great War
gain. WEAVER X MYERS. '
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
KIE.M. KKTATKAOIiNT ANhLOAN IIKOKIIH
Nu. .1 North Main street.
II ml to vcnn' ruielieacT In this liuainrssin
krlcr to First National Hank; Nntionnl
Itnnk of ANhrvlllr, antl Western Carolina
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central PaHenjr;er Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Kngliah and French
BOARDING AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 Pmirh Broad A wo tie.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
(Por many year AnHat Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
AMited by a corpa of compentent teacher
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 2o
Yon are invited to call every day at the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our stock of
f LOCKS, WATCHES.
LA Diamonds. Jewelry.
II ARTISTIC POTTER
SILVERWARE NOYELT'ES, BRICA BRAC, Ac.
.some jM'opIe my that it in heantifui, Home wiv that it iH
finer than ever More. Y()llt OPINION i'h remieHtcd.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
LEADING J i:VKLKU.
Head of l inn "Oh. Iiv the wuv. Mr.
Travrrs, I shall have to iisk von tit tiny
in tnc nmce nn next wcnnrstlnv: I am
Bomir out of town. Trovers I aside
Ilium the link! That is the verv ilav I
hml arranimJ to have mv irrantlniothe
A cream of tartar baking powder. HlffNeat
tn ii. m. uovem
went Keport, Attauat 17, iHHV
HIONKB' HA LB.
On the Iflth da of tymermhmr. In the town
of HaraavllW. Yarn rauntv. N. C ths
drraJjpied, awHirnre of J. A Abemathy, will
rii i pumic much oa i or cann an me rioth
or aomm coniletlna or a avenrral line or mr
chanrilar conveyed In a certain ded nf UMisrti.
raim id nr amierineo: ojr ihc hnio j. a.
A I rn a thy. and real ate red In Ihc office of the
MeaisiLer of Ifetrdi of Vance? county J alao oil
the account, notea, murtciurr, Ac. All will
ut win a a whole. K. L. U
17 Patton Arenac
That we have the LnrtfeHt
ami JteHt rteleeteU hKm-k of
in hindinjr from theeheupeHt
io Freewill, uitf line ropular
Authors in net for the Chil
dren, older Children, and ev-
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all grader). Prayero and
llymnalri. Gold 1'enn, &n.
Can t he heat for DoIIr.
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inuuun citiuvriiirui ammu.
New work bv Dninimond.
Tux Vobiwuin,' justin JJoc.
Ja N. Morgan & Co.,
JJookHellerH, Htationeru, c.
iniube your rnonm with
E. J. ASTON.
Ccncral i Inanrancc I Asrcnt,
tear No. SO loath Mais strati.
Aaherllk, N. C
Clfzar atorc and Newt Btand
Notk toth. Pablki
All leadlna Ncwtfiaptra to svliarrtliaTii
the aretk, at un ur wiaa. rlrllnrnl tu aar
part f the etty,
Kuodaj edit km a, sc.
BOUOHT, KH.0 AND IXCHAN8ED.
VcalJBatatc H las at em t.
C F. RAY.
Mawbtr Aowrlcaa Tlckci Broker' Amwc,
0 BOUTU J4A1M BTRBBT.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
T If you have any Nose, Throat ur Lung T
T On application I will wnd a pamphlet T
descriptive of Aahevllle and alao the ln
T halina treatmrot free with li.t of quea- f
" " nallent
t when onlcrlna Home Tnatment. Thla
T treatment Is aa enectlrc aa the olnerT
OPFICH-NO. alt I'ATTON AVBNI'B.
Aahevllle. N. C.
T. J. HARGAN. M. D.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
A modern flrat claaa hotel. Hot and cold water andhntliH and tolle t on every floor.
Klretric liella In ever v room. !en lire In office and " In lH-d romna. tlRice, dinina
room lunch counterrlKor am ncwa aland and Imr nnil liillliinl mum on nrat floor. Kite
trie atreet cara pnaa door every an minutes. Richmond and Unnville railroad cattnic houae,
JO minute, for meala. ,
RATES, fl.oo PER DAV.
A. G. HAIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. nRVAN tirt WAI.TKR liHKKN, ClerfcM.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietor).
We ell all tuharroa at !l per cent, eommlaalon. while other markets are charcrinR. from 2V,
to 3 per eeut. eoiumiaaion.
To the Tobncco I'lnntera of Wealern Nnrlh Ciirolimi and Itnat TenneM.ee:
tlur market hn. lull v oprnid and prlres are K"hI. e.minlly on common urades, antl we
ailvlK cnrlv ahlpmrnla on nil common Krnilra. HnvitiK the liiritc.t, beat liKhlid warehoUM
in VYcau-rn'Norlh Cnrollun, nnd cuinieu-nt cmployca. we Hunmnlce antlaractlnn. Thanklns,
you for pnat pntronnile and hopinu by himl work and litir lca inn: we arc, yours truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all pnrta of the city our own IlottllnR Kiport Brer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our hrrr i kept at a trmprratnre of 40 deffreea ami we guarantee you a fix artii-lr at
all limca. TUB TKAIHi Hl'I'I'UIKti FROM
WINE AND . LIQUOR STORE .
IN THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. H. C
I. A. NABOrARnT. M'aj'r.
FOR SALE BY-
Vlait ira and Kcalricnla will And thla a moat
rharmina aad attractive atopptna place.
MBNAt'.B ANII Ct'lHINK IIUI'AI. TO TUB
E. H. NIES,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ROOMS, M PATTON AVE.. (T. M.C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, eseept auadaya, from III a. m
aattl I p. a... sad S antll T p.
Tnm term, or anbscnpiios are: line year
t3; snoa., It. (10; a mo... ft 1 1 mo., KOcta.i
Officers mr lautft lrHiilMi. ia.HM w
Woollen Vlee Prealilrnt. Tho. A. loawai sw.
and Treaaarer, 0. N. Watmn i l.lhrartan. all.a
n. J. natcn.
Clllarns and vlaltnra are enrrilallv ln.lt.,1
to laaneet the ealalone and Inarrllie their
same, nm memneea anlwd
FOR SALE CHEAP.
TUB HINHST I'NIMPKOVBII I'HOI KIITV
Ixita nn asd I'roaiieet rark Moun.
tala and river scenery that cannot lie ei
celled. Pine lawn, well shaded with thrifty
yuan oak.. Only one aaiuare from street
ear line, eon ven lent to water, iaa and elec-
trie llaht lines Nelahhorhond, ana of the
best In Aahevllle. Call or address
T. H. BOM A It,
Mr R. r. POSTKH.
derl aw a. sod D OMees
ISII B OMRS,
CONKTAMTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No, io Court aqaarc.
oct 11 il d vr
SUFFEREM Of TOUrNFUL ERROirs!
Lost mnnhnod, tarty deray, etr ete., eaa as
care a home Ut allee free, by sddr. sslaa a M
lowsuftW,. I C. UKK,
P.O. Boa 81, Koaaoka, Va,
ffbjalrBhl. imm Mia ..4 oa . .m
College street, wlU eomrnrtable board'
SdlW aiMaVM.K. MaWIN.
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
AHhevllle, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Hpcclal Haiiltarlnm for DiMcaacB of the Lung and Tbroat.
I'ine, pure I irlnklna wstrr from Mountain Hpn.iKB, and connections for Domestic pur.
IMiiva with city maina. I'erTcct av'tem of HyKlcnc. PlumliinK and nrweraire. tl.uiac kept
atrlelly aaeplic. Il.il Walcr HrntinK Mvatem and ThorouKli Ventllntliin Hot, Colli. I'.lec.
trie and Htcam llulha and Houchea. Illevntora, Ulcctric Lixhu and llcll., Open Firea.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
M'liCIAL 111 KT WHItN NIIBHUII.
lnHea.iimal service, optional with iiatlenta, nnd at moderate mica.
I'rk-es lor Boanl and Moom .. a,a n , , K, wrcI
l;or iiarticulara, ndilrcaa
VON RICK, M. D.i
Aahevllle, North Carolina.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Also, table btianltra ran lit- Mrrtsmimuisitoii
nVlmk a. m unlil I ! nVim k ti m.
Am irrprru tor itcrliiK nl -hurlmt nottcc for Hume Parties, ItnlU, cC
BOARD BY THC MONTH, WEEK OR DAY.
Mlmt ran pas the door. Open from a
All I aak la
Are well known.
My Celebrated Philadelphia Pries
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Elevator. KIcctrltHty. Htcam Heat.
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