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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER I, 18JM).
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MUDBL CIOAK STOKIi. I'ullon Ave.
ti'kspa y. di:ci:mhi;r i. inm.
arnell an Mil IHue.
The t'urm'll incident in 11 ilistmiKiiij
one frum whatever pnint viewed. Tl
ex-linrtrr ir now miikini; n cmivnss
Ircluntl for what Jiin,v would cull a"H-
mmal vindication." In sonic towns h
tipiieamnct' in a simml lur free fiuhtH anil
nther (listurhiinoH more or less serious.
These will be seiml upon lv the uppo
nenti of home rules as convincing ev
drnce of Irelunri'sinnhilily to govern lie
elf and mujr therefore give the cause
net buck of vears. Moreover, if Parnell
receives nnvtliin like a majority sii
port that very tact will lie mud aKainst
the Irish us showing that they tin not
prefer a clean leader but will follow him
through the liesinirchiiiK ordeal of a di
vorce court whether he leaven his repu
tation there or not.
It is Ileum tmitieiillv asked now
"What have I'urneH's morals to do wit
home rule for Ireland?" This much a
least : They ha ve caused a serious breae
in the parly and therefore I'arnell should
retire. If the issue were even not one
tenth as serious as it is the reason for the
retirement of Parnell would lie just as
it is the reason for the retirement of Par
sreut provided a split in the Irish
party, could thereby lie avoided. In
other words, it is the result of Pur
nells crime rather tlian the crime
itself that makes it necessarv that In
The Telephone hvervlce.
The demand made bv the subscribers
of the telephone exchange in Asheville for
better service or no pnv, appears to 1k-
reasonable. It is a tact known to every
one using the telephones, that at times
when the street curs are running it is nil
possible to use the phone with any satis
faction. If this delect can lie remedied
by any reasonable exjicnditure on the
part of the telephone company, it should
he done at once, uud if a remedy cannot
be applied, then the Southern Hell tele
phone company should announce that
their service is imcrfect and reduce their
tariff rates accordingly, or else close up
and allow another company this field
Uovernsr Tillman and Lvnctaluua
In hit inaugural Gov, Tillman, ol
South Carolina said:
' itn all the mnclunerv ol the law in
our hands, with every department ol the
government held by white men, white
lunca, wnuc soin-iiura, wane nneruis,
it is simply infamous that resort should
lie had to lynch law, and that prisoners
should be murdered because the people
nave grown weary ot the law s delay
and of its inefficient administration. Ne
groes have nearlv alwavs been the vie
tims, and the confession is a blot ou our
It would be hard to improve on this.
It is true and it was necessary to say it.
Now if the new governor will follow his
criticism with all the power lodged in
him to prevent lynchings he will deserve
and have, the thanks ol the South.
Tint signal service officer at Washing
ton predicts ruin for Asheville to-morrow
Is the signal service mnn's lilc insured ?
STATU SB Wit.
Mr. A. A. Conlev, m Linvillc town
hip, has rrowm.fl the idd Conley gold
mine, nnd is meeting with eveiy indica
tion of striking it rich lielore long.
The drmocrnts of Sampson county
will on next I'ridav celebrate their late
victory by giving a linrlnfuc, the biggest
nn record in that section, four tnoii
sand people will be provided for.
A Raleigh dispatch says: The cancel
latioti ol farm mortgages is now going
on at a remarkable rate. During the
present month more have been rnnrcllrd
than in the years IHM-'M7 in this
Dr. R. K. tiregory, ol (Irceiislioro.the
patentee ol an antiseptic lor tne treat
mcnt of wounds, has affected an arrange
ment with both the Richmond and Pan
ville and Cape Pear and Yadkin Valley
railroad hv which his new contrivance
is supplied to these roads for use in case
Mnrcellus Dawson and Tom Lane were
hunting rabbits near Greenville recently
Suddenly Dawson called out, "there goes
a rabbit, and in whirling to shoot it the
whole load of his gun struck Lane, who
was a tew yards away, Sunday Dawson
offered to surrender to the sheriff, but the
killing brine purely accidental, the officer
would not Hold mm Winston naiiy.
Charlotte News: There is a big
crowd of northern hunters at Taylors
ville and they have about twenty-six
dogs. Whenever they are informed that
they arc hunting on posted land they
ask the farmer how much his taxes are.
, The farmer tells him and they hand him
over the amount of hit tuxes in cash.
This makes it solid and they now have
, about all the hunting ground around
Tsylorsvflle to themselves.
On Monday morning the 1st, Inst.,
i : at the marble qaarriet at Kintry, a block
of marble weighing not less than 2,00(1
pounds wat being hoisted and when It
reached a point directly over Nonh Hart
ness' bead, who wat operating a chan
neling machine, the derrick chain broke
and Ibis treaMndoiat weight ol marble
track him on the left side of the bead
'I TMbinf tha skull, boulder thigh and
ankle of left tide. Investigation showed
. taM life wai not extinct, but he died
' Wednesday. Mr. Hartnesa wat aged
abqajt iiS ytMt) and wsi to be married
the following Saturday, Murphy Bul
letin. , .
THESE AKB SKMI I'OUTICM..
Prom the National Democrat.
Samuel Hoar makes his home in Con
cord, where his father, Judge Hour. has lirnml Centra!: P. T. Hyatt, Waynes
so long resided, and some mouths ago he 1 ville; W. (5 Preston, Virginia; I). P,
purchased a lot of land in the village,
where he already bad considerable real
estate. Some days afterward the judge
met him and said": "Sam, what in is
the reason that you bought that ten-m-re
lot? You've got more land than you
need or know what to ilo with." To
which the voting man made reply: "Fath
er, I'll tell you the truth about it. liver
since I voted for Harrison two years ago
I've been wanting to kick myself all over
a ten-aere lot, and now I've got a place
where I can do it " The judge had no
more to sav.
It issaid'that Judge Hoar asked Sam
uel Hoar this fall: "Sherman, I'd like
to know how it is that you set un to
know so much about the tariff when I
who have lieen studving it all my life
don't metcad to understand it lullv
How is it ?" "Well," said Sherman, "I'll
tell you. I liegan to study the tariff ipics
tion where you left off."
There arc niimlierless stories nboiil
ludge Hoar und his sharp sayings, due
ol the best is of his reply to the hicml
who asked him on the day ol the t uncial
of Wendell Phillips il he was going to lie
present. "No," said the judge, "I shan't
be there, but I approve of il." There
was never any love lost between Wendell
Phillips and any mcmlm ol the limn
a i'ointkii ii:iiti:.
KtarlNOl New York stun Into Hie
I-rnn the Senate Deitutts.
Mr. Han is asked Ml. livaits whether
the statute of the state of New Vork re-
ctiircd registration ot legal voters.
Mr. livarts Certainly .
Mr. Harris In your opinion have the
iieople of that state sufficient intelligence
and integrity to look after the registra
tion of their own officers .'
Mr. livarts I that the question ?
Mr. Harris That is one question.
Mr. livurta Very well. Then I nm at
liberty to answer, I siikisc. It is tuples
tion which the senator inn answer as
well as I.
Mr. Harris I suppose that the senator
from New Vnrk nnd myself do not differ
about the l.-ict that the state of Xcw
York is supreme within her territorial
Mr. livarts Vcs, in all that belongs I
Mr. Harris if course then tne election
of her own officers belongs to her.
Mr. I-.varts es.
Mr. Harris Ami her representatives in
congress arc her own olhcers.
Mr. bvai ts I ith an air ol ilissent
Mr. Harris Is that denied?
Mr, livarts Whv, alwuv.
Mr. Harris If it is denied, I w ant t
understand the tint. The supreme court
has held that they are, and the senate
has so held ou several occasions.
Mr. liv.irts Tl at would h ail to
very long debate and I do not want or
propose to enter into it at tins time.
Went Virginia'" Chief t-:xvvull
to be the uuhI or Mr. llr an.
Among the prominent men who will
attend the sessions ol the immigration
convention there is no more interesting
figure than Hon. A. Itrooks Fleming
governor of West Virginia.
pour years ago Gov. Fleming wus
lawyer in good practice at l-'airmount,
W. Va., and his ipiict, modest demeanor
gave no intimation oi ine iu
lure then in store lor him
Nearly three years ago He was
nominated as democratic candidate for
governor against General Nathan God
it V.lnrksnurg, secretary ol tne navy un
President Arthur nnd one of the most
brilliant xlilicinns of the republican
The campaign was me most vigorous
one ever made in tne mountain state ami
it ended with a vote so clow that the
case was carried into the courts and
rival legislatures were set up. f lieu it
was that t.ov. l-lemnig snowed un
nerve anil loresigiit wnicn nave miliu
ms reputation in the (Mimical worm
ndnunted bv the tremendous odds
against him, he held on through the con
lest und wus hnallv vindicated by tin
report ol the legislative committee. This
eur the democratic muioritv snowed n
During his stnv in Asheville. l.ov
killing will be the guest ol Rev. W. S. P
llrvan. whose ministry lor nine years
wns spent in West Virginia and between
whom and the governor a is-rsoaal
ITRK HIK KIMW Jtl'TION
It Would Prooanly Nsrarr Work
Prom the Wofthinutnn Htar.
There is a Washington physician w ho,
some years ago, made an imHirtaiil dis-
oveiy nothing less than a cure for con
sumption. The cure was clleclcd in his
wn case, but his doubts as to whether
the same remedy would Ik- t-ipmlly effiea
ions if tried on other eople have de
terred him from mnl.iiig the lads gen
erally known, The doctor, its we sui-
pose, nt the time was a vutim of con
sumption and was coughing up sections
I lus lungs until ue tuougiii inat ihhii
tings were nearly gone and that the
grave-digger would soon lie given em
ploymcnt preparing lus last resting place.
Aiinotign tne noctor nan one looi in
the ginve, us he supposed, be was not too
tar gone to tail in love with one ol the
prettiest girls in the cilv. Pnlortunatrly,
or fortunately, ns it turned out, he was
lilted by his sweetheart. All along the
dying man had lieen taking cod liver nil
by the wholesale, nut Wlien disappointed
in bis love nllair, he no longer desired to
ve and stopped spending his money for
drum, hoping the end would soon come
rat meal anil com nrrnn took tne puue
ot coll liver oil ann whiskey, with I lie re
sult that tht doctor soon got strong ami
Since then he has dissected tnr Domes
of many va-tims of consumption, ami
from present apicuranccs is likely toout-
vc many persons who auin t nave con
sumption, and arc happier than he li
in their love affuirs.
The NasaeKini In Money Mailer.
Prom the New Vork Man.
They can discriminate between opiMir-
tunities and temptations.
. A Freak.
Mm. A. "How do yon like our new
neighbor?" Mrs. B, "I never met such
n ignorant woman as she is. She can't
talk about anything but paintings,
books, and music. She doesn t know a
word of goasip about anybody."
Tooth In. .
mith, Orajr at Co.'s Monthly.
Maud "I have such a terrible pain in
one of my teeth, but I am afraid to have
It drawn." Cholly-"Why don't yon
have it photographed ?"
PROniNKNT AK MVAI.H.
fcuie ol the I-l-gutca to the Con
Shcpp.ird, N. C; II. II. Wheat, Clifton.
S. C; W. V. Cleapcr, Clan lesion, S. C.
as. Wier, wife ami child, plori la : . M.
Israel, N. C; Millord A. Kusmll. Is. C ;
J.C I'innix, HainptoiiviUe, N. C; T. C
Swuiiiiiiiiuii .- Geo. S. Allen, Keunett
Square, I'a.: T. U Waddell, N. (.'.; I'. II.
GrapK'l, Ital'iutore; C A. Durham, X.
Y.; G. S. Staples, l'oi ilaiul, Me,;S. Iiavis,
N. V.; I-'. J. Luce, Knoxville.
Delegates : li. II. It.nvl.iv. Lexington.
Vu.; K. II. Il.ittle, Rnlcigli; W. II. S.
Iliirgwm, Henderson: I', li. Smith, Scot
land Sal.; V II. Indus, U-nksville, N. C.
. M. I,i. nil. jr., Lexington, N. C; Tate
Powell, M. !., Fin.
Uleii h'nk : A M. l.U-r, Manila; J
W lones, Salisbury : T. II. Iloinar an I
wile, Morganton : !i. II. Xnrcom, Rich
nioiiil; S li. Camp, Tyler, Texas; l. G,
AIkiii. Alpni, Mich.: N. I', t aniioii. At
lauta; Clias. l.awhoi u, Win. I.awhnru.
Knoxville; W. L. Kinglauil, Waynes
ville; l-'iank Davis, llmlon; I-'. C. Koons.
. hattaiiooga; II. I'. II dl, Memphis; D
Hill, Atlanta; W. II. Sc,,u , Cliallanoo.
ga : John Smalhers and laiuily, Spokane
I alls, wasu.; u. i. I'. miter, liostou.
(.itdri- I'.iik M. I'heaix, llaliiinon
Wilson Thatcher, Wcsthclil, Mass.; Ih
li. M. Hale. Mrs. I'. II. Gaidner, Chi
cago;J. li. Martin, Hot Springs: J. Sulli
van, . . Siilhvini, I'luladeipllia ; Gen. J
. I alnicr ami wile, iislnagton ; .bj".
Itillups, lliriuiiighain . Sam, I'iiili'i-snlniii.
V .; . stciidieiiner, l.iiiciiiiiali: C. II
linihaiu, N V.; W. II. Smith and wife.
Manpietla, Mali., liiigcue . iMillivau,
Delegalcs: obn Rohinsoii. W. li. Ash
lev, J. R. ClianiiK-rlian, Raleigh; A. .
Ilovil and wile, A. li. Wallers. Keiilsville.
Kolit. I'. Walters, Hauville; W. D. liess
ner, Aniericus, Go.; J. II. James, Karl Yal
lev, Ga.; . D. Rcv'uolds, lliislol, Tciui ;
I 'll. MeC.'iviH-k. Max Meadows, Va.; I r.
Y. II. Hill. Miss.; I P. M. Sanders.
Wythevillc. Va.; W. i-V Viogihai. Wilki-s-b-'ro;
W. I. linen, l-'ayelleville; P. M.
WiImiii, Wi isnai , I li ill v Fairfax. Alihe,
Va.; I.. S. Packard. I'ine lllull. Ark.
A New VvrMlon.
Ihiclor "Mv dear sir, mil are all run
lowti, von neid a ch.-tuge ol si-ene." Pa-!
tieut "I guiss ymi are unstakeu this
time, doctor; I 'm stage carpenter a the
Washiiigion Siiiare theater."
The Hull Hessoii.
l-rotll Texas Hiltinj:..
"That's an .-ue till b:id liniin, li:.
have on." Second I'iiiIi "Yes, but I at-1
I ended a swell ball last night, ami mv j
head isn't built to lit any und t very hat.''
IT the- HI.Ke.l't lllatfr. '
"l-'ather. won't von take us in to see
the animals?" "Vcs. but we had WlWr
the hour tbev arc fid, and, perhaps, thev
may give ns something to cat."
(In and alter this dale brick will be'
worth at oui kiln Sti and $7 tier thou-i
sand. Ill M-iiMPK Hkick ci Tll.K L'o. !
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'K 2..
You aiv invitctl to call every tin., ni tin limlinrr.Kwilr,v
Stoif and cxjiiiiiiic our stock of
MIYVr.KWAKi; NOVELT'ES, BRICABRAC.&C.
Sonif M'opli'say lliat it is hcaiitilul, rtoin nay that it is
finer tlian ever heforc. YOI'R OPINION in iitui'hted.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
The Kind of a Man Jenhtton
ThlMkN He Ih.
l-rtint .1. phsnn's lt,mk.
A man with a liimlly mid generous
niind, physically conrageous, but nmr-
ally a coward, A clrver, nceoniilislH'd
gentleman, enthusiastic lor the science ol
natural historv, but not ol the linn tein-
x-r reiiired to lend men or of that dis
iHisition to iittrnet and swnv I hem. A
man whose natural ki alness nl heart is
liemg constantly spoiled bv his delieat
suMTptiluliiy nnd childlike vanity, A
mail whose straightforward liuriiprnn
ilim-tiM-ss and aceiiraev has Intb wmiikiI
by a too long residence nmonu orient.. la
And yet. too, it you lipesl to his grnrr-
osity, ue win aiwavs meet von more .ban
hall wav. liiniti would alwavs lie to a
certain extent subject to the influence ol
those bv whom hr wassmroiiniled. 1 1 ere
I leave him, wil h a lei-ling ol sincrte ill-
lection lor mm. bv reason of us nuinv
kiiidiiesMS to men during those luiril
times when we lived iuiiniately together,
when thcie seemed no hois? lor us. and
our only cnmlort was our mutual sym
A crraffi of tartar baklna- nowder. Hlatieat
ol all In kavrnlng tmialh U. B. (Invent
metit Krport, AuKust IT, 1HHB. a-"Vll
oclel Clffar Stor
Has rvealvril a Ana iMnrtninl af ral Maar,
arhauni and Hreneh nrlcr Plwa. Alio Claar
anil Cls-anrtt Itoldtra, l lgar and Claaralla
Caarai new lot of Impnrlrd and dumrstiv
Clfars; fine lot of Walking- Canra,
The Standard Cote of Europe,
Tha Coming one of America, -
Van Houten'i has fifty ftr
cent, more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than Is ob
tained by the best processes of
"BESTA GOES FARTHEST"
Doctors and analysts of the
highest standing; all over the
world, certify to this immense
saving, and by Van Houtbn's
special process only can this
wVa Ifotrrr-N's Cocoa ("ones tried.
ahnvinwd") tb (feat adnata
of iMTlas aolajuriout oa tha sarvoaa
nitia Nft wondw, ttimtoc, taat ui all
narta of tha aorta, thia Umttor't Ooooa to raa.
raaea ky SMdlMI asaa laataaa arc
ivaaaaeafAM ar ohar iitaaiar sa.)
aolalaa, rap aally aaa hr ohMdroa or1
adulla, halaandfok. rioh and poos, Aakfori
W.A.Klaih. J. V. Knows
No. , Pnttou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
VVp iii-p now ivmly, iiml in
vitc our frit'iiils nnt the puli
in-uviii'i'iiiiy to mil and f.v
iiiniiip our well KPlifttil stot-k
'""'ll W II IV ifTtT I II (LT II t I'OPk
t n it i a. t
lttOHl priCI'H. lTI1lrttl kinT
IMH'inl foiltlirP. CllllMllt-
,. , , , . ,
tt'iKltHi day or nifjht
Tolcphonp, day 7B, iiijfl't (15.
liLAIK & BROWN.
That wo have tin' Lai'LCHt
ami Ilcnt Kclifttil Ktock of
in liindiiiK'M f idiii (lie clirniMHt
to tiiv calf. I5iix lino Popular
An tli an in hvU for tlio Chil-
tlii'ii. older Children, and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all xradeH. I'myorn and
HyninalM, (loltl IViih, &c.
Can't be heat for DoIIh,
'1 he new Souvenir of AmIic
ville. New wtirk by Druminond,
'Pax Vobirtcuin,' jiiHtin .'3."c.
J. N. Morgan & Co.,
E. J. ASTON,
tacncral i inanrancc i Afrctit.
Rear NO. IH) Boath Mala atnak.
Aihrrlllt, N. C
OUa.T,OL00 EXCHANCCDs "
Ktftatc. HotiM to Rent.
C. F, RAY,
Mamhcr Ataarlra Tlcka-t nrokan' Aasot'a,
BO BODTH MAIN BTBBBT.
K. H. MtlTT, , .
S?0NE CONTRACTOR & BUIUUER.
Ah prrnrflnjr of all hhtdf dotw. All ordrin
pnmptj nliVd and work nnaraRtrrd. Can
bt found at atl tlmttV at Gratiam'i Cotton
Foi a m1i rt time we are
able to off
to iiichasii. We have n
II A T S
a little' off style" a text ri'ini-
ly low rates. Now is you
opportunity lor a ureal "ai
WEAVER j MYERS.
THE SIKVj; STOKi
39 Pnttou Avenue.
AUCTION EE R
KliA I. liSTATKAC.t. i l and I. OA N HK( IK V.U
Nn. a Nurth Mil in Nlrtt-t.
Mud to vinrN' rxiK-rit-mv in thin Iiuniih
I'liiirh Mtuii, S C
kcitr to Vimi Nmiitfint Pnnki Natioiuil
Hunk of At hi vine, nnd U vmcni Cnntlimi
MEOICATEO BALSAM VAPOR
If you have any ,,im. Throat nr l.uni;
tin npiliinit,,n I will mini a iiatnphlrl
ilciK-riilivc nf Aahrvlllr anil iilno thr In
luilinil trrntmt-nt -ret- with li.l ot citir
' tii.ns to lie nniiwt rctt by the patirnt
; when onlrrinK llnnic Tri-ntnirnt Thi
; treatment la u rltn'tiva a. I he oltic
OHPICB Nil. J.l I'ATTON AVHNt'K.
A.h. ville. N. c.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
-SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
Viil r anil Kraiitrnta will Ami thia mini
t-hsrntinir and attractive atniilni plaiT.
MKNAliK ASH CI'IHINK liUCAI. TO TDK
E. H. NIES,
LATH WITH DKLMON1CO.
THE NESTOR OF THE MAGAZINES.
Acritrihntt lit Hunu r. N'mtnr. the nlri war.
nor nnii inc him- vouniarifir of the tirrrkN,
had ralrd owr thrrr irmerHtlim of tntu. uud
hh the imtnii, tnl n."
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
hnn hem In thr van of Amriirnn thought f
more thun thrvv iunrlr of century, runk
Inu MlMnya with thr ltri nnd moot inllutn
inn priionK'nm in tne worm,
It In thr mmith
tmvr of thr inrn who know
niimt nl.oui tht
Krrnt tokn on whu-ta Amrrknm nuuirr
in- iniortmii i oni mniun to niontn, it
trltiutttfM Iwlnv the Irnilrm ol thouiiht nnd
iciion in evrry nria i note k iiu wimhiI
uhr rouun-1 ol tnr lilKnrnt hnowlnlKr on thr
unim M mr nine, mimi irnrn whni ! to
Hit til rr it ii rill u it them hv tUr rrromtlrril
tnortumoM tioin nt m. mtiHt llirm rr rvuil
I 1 1 K .M'HTII A M It Kit. A K KKVIKW. 111!
Ntator of the maffutlnra.
The North AmrHrnn Krvlew In nhrnil
nny tiiunoir thu country hina ever ncrn in
the liatfortaner vt the louhn it iMhunwii nnd
he rmtnrmt! or Ho eontnhuiora A huuv
Him Itrettmr. aa It wrrr. thr InifiMiririi
Anirrlriin riltjtm'a hnnil-hotik i.ii urritt siua-av
iiiiih m ' nour. nuniiio ivxitrna
The North Amriirnn KrWrw tom-hva Aitirr
Irnnn on nlmoat enry fmlnt In which they
i inivrvairo. onion itrrniu,
"A monlitrr nl Intclllu ut iHlnlon hy thr
lniinrtlal prt-M-ntiitluii of liolh kIiKr tut-
iibjc-i-t." rhiliolelilii ruliMt-
The Hat ofrrrrnt eontHliatm In the He
vkw lurnin a mil ol n prra ntiulve mm mid
women of thr tlmr, Imlnilniic V. r. tilnd
ntonr, J. II HlHlnr, CMrdlnnl Olbliona.
Hiarakcr Krrd, RiMv nkrr l arlmle, W Mc
Klnley, Jr , tKildn. Mrno. Viltm, O nrrnlrthtr-
miin Aiimirni roriri, Aimr. ninvnuky, T A,
hdiaon, lllahun II. C. I'nttrr lil mlwth H
I'hrliM, Chna H Piirntll. A J. MnKour, hn
Miirfrv. C I. H. U. laamoll. Hrttrv tlror.i-.
Chuuni-ey M. lrH-w. lidwiird m-llamy, Hn.
inur jnrncB. iiryrc, .n iiamiiionseiir.a ric
ao cifMr. a 'MnnV: $a a vbam.
MlW It THB TlfttK Til mO'CHIHK
The .'ftOrth American lttovlciy
8 K et 14th atreet. Hrw Vol.
Home fieutrtf ajrrre with The Hitu'a oiilnlona
ahniit mrn and things, ami omr pcojilc
don't i hut everybody like to ffi t hold uf the
newaunyrr whlvU la navr dull and never
afraid to apeak Ita mind. '
iM-tnocrntL know thnt for twenty yrnra
The Hun haa fonicht In the front line for lirm-
ocratlc nrlurtplra, never wnvcring or weak
enlna In Itn loyalty tnthe tfurlntrreata oftha
arty It arrvea with frarlma tatelHiri-not mid
dlalntercatetl vlaur. At timea ojilnlona hiive
differed aa to he beat mrana of aocompllah
In a- the commrm fmrptmt; It h not The
Hun'a raalt II It haa aeen further Into the mill-
laftitatii hantfred nnd irtasrv.tit tavill
arrat year In Amrrivan oHllci, and avrry-
vopy aaouiu rraa j ne hub.
)f1v. uer month,
lllv. iter vear...H ,
Hunday, per year....
Daily and Sunday, per yenr ,
I) Ally and Sunday, per month..,
Wcealy, one year
.. 1. 00
THK mVHt New Yayrtt.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In lao Feet of Central lHNsciijcr Depot.
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
A modern firat cIh holel. lint nnd rold vtiUr aarphathp and toileta on t-wn nmr.
I..rt'lric Iwlla in evrrv mom. 0k-ii tin- In oftnv and firatea In lvrd room .mv. ilinini
riHttn. lunch crmnui. t'lKar mm m wn Hinnil nnd liar nnd hfllinrtl rw ... on tiral Hour. Klr.
iiu trcrt cn" va iloor rvny 'JO tnintttr. HlchmonU anil nnnvtllc 'rnilroad catlnx bnuc,
o 11 mi i 'or inriilf.
RAThS l.oo PICK DAY.
A C;. liALI,YUURTON9Prop.
J. H. HKVAN anil WAI.TKH I1RKKN, ClerkH.
FOR THK SAMO F LKAF TOBACCO,
SMITH & HOIX1NH, Proprltrlorw.
Wr xrll all tohaivoH nt ht it-nt. cimmlloit, while other marketn nrr tluirifinK If "mi
to .( tHTcrnt. I'litnniinMnn.
To thr Tolmrco I'lantrrn ol VYcau-rn North 1 iirt'linn nnd Hit! TcnueKMrc ;
Our inurket hit lull oinrntd nnd urlcc nn- aooil. et.oc.'iiiilv on c oitiiioii uradri. mill h
adviHe curly ahipmmH on nil c -mni n kihUm. HnvinK the InrKcat, In nt liuhtnl Hurrhouae
in Vrlrrn Nm h i.'anll 11. nnd conn rii-nt riiiplovra r aiutiraiittr an tlaiHi'lloit. 1'hnnkitiM
vou for pitat ui.roiiii)ir nt aopliiK l' h.ird work nnd luir intH, wc nrr, .vuurn truly.
SMITH & KOIXINS.
Hhevllle, N. C.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special gaiiltarluiu for DlHcaHcn of the Lung and Throat.
I'lnr. purr lirinklnic water from M untnin
nottea with cltv innin Perfect evaicm ol II
atrktly HM-ptlc. Mot Wnttr llrntiiiK Svtt-m anil Thorough VmtilittMin Hot, Cld. likc
ttic and tiU-am llnthaond houchra l.kvntorH. lilictric LightM and lUlln, niicn Plrva
SIMfClAI- IHHT WMlvN MClillliO.
l'rofralnnl aervlcra optional with patU-ntH. nnd nt moderate rnti-a
I 'ticca for Hoard ond Kuom
For partirulnrv. addreaa
KARL VON RUCK M. D,.
AMhrvillr. North Cnrnttnn.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHEO.
AIho, tnltlc hnnrdiTM ran he accommodated.
o'clock a. m. until lUo'c oi-k 11 in.
Am prepured orvatcilnit n ahortrat notice
Are well k iih n. No one enn aurpna them.
Km Hue in Ahi-villc. Oun aetve unleta in Inm
on the Hall 8 hill, polite ai d attt ntivv wat
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
(POKMBKLV OAK I.ANh INN. I
a lucntrd oa a commanding emlnenrc overlooking Aahevflle and a aarra landing country ot
rare benuty for a radlna of thirty mllca
The aiqolntracnta of the houar arc condudvc to health and comfort, i " V
RIeTatom. Klectrielty. Steam Heat.
Por the aclentllle treutment of Ncrvoun audLttronic diacMaca it I, thoroughly ripiiptril
with oil modern applinncea Turkish. Kotaan
Hwrdlah MovrmentH, nil lueluded In price itfroont.
The Mnlivttl MwiHKviiivnt will Ik under the
tiokin Siitmtnrittw, nt I'tinavillc, N. V.
I'or farther purticuinra addreaa, k
MISS EMILIK VAI GHN, Anhcvillc, N. C
REV-ELL. & WAGNER,
HiHivaaoni to Kopp Ik IJihtenlrcrgiT,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Cttffri-s ntaairit on thi pmntNcii ilnlly, and
artiitnil fnrvery csnlomrr.
Full Line of Table HuppllcM,
l'ti-4- tlrMvi-rv. A lull lint- ol l-'c. il, linniih- il
at K hokanH- prltva,
a8 PA I TON AVIiNl l-;.
Tclcc otic No. 0.
. B. II. COSUY,
iKuect aaor to f. Cownn.)
. 7 PATTON ,VKNt7K '
NKXT IMMIM TO U HV .CKNTR L, HO
TKI. AMKKVII.I.It. N. C.
null ivi. nrnrnn
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
WECATERTO FAMILY TRADE
J. E. REED & CO.,
No 10 Court Square 3 1
On the IHth dav of Itrcemher. In the town
ol Harnavllle, Ynnvey county, N. C. the na
deralnmili aaalanet of J. A Alernnihy. wilt
ell a public auction lor vnah all the atoi-k
ot ffooda conalatlng of a m ral line uf mcr
chnn iliac conveyed In a crrtalndeotl f align
ment to the underalaned hv t,(e anld J. A.
AbrrnfMhy, nnd rrglatcred la thr tfttce I thr
Rritiater frf Deeds of Vamry county fklat. flU !
the accounta. notea, mortiai a. Ac. All will
he aold aa a whole, R. IV, OHAHAM,
decani w 1 . Aaalgnee.
A Hi BV.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Sprlnutt, nnd 101 nrctlona for tomrtlr pur-
vuirne. Phitnliinu nnd St-wt rime, llouar krol
VJ An to 1H nr wm-a.
BOARD BY THE MONT WCEK OR DAT'.
(Urcct car paan thr. toor. liien fnmi
for Home Parttca, Halla, etc
Am proud to any I have the IT rat, laracwt
M to R n Inutcw. am-h aa Klah. I'.nnie, OyNtvia
era. I'lcaaed to arrvc all. Ktup ctfullv,
E. STRAUSS, Prop.
and Ranainm Hatha. Blrvtricity. Maiiigc.
direction of r. . 11. vvl)i. mtntlv f tht
V. I Daaalaa Bkaaa ara.
'jwtaaiaa, nrn aalr
a srtre alamsrB aa kalfaai.
$3 SHOE OINTLIMia.
VIM Calf aa4 Laaa4 WaMrat t ttiaia.
TtW aamllltaM aama aa In s. nn.lliu. a aa.4. -- -
ofuiifi m nm tnouaanaa or c
aO ralfrraiaa'a Hk.a fianaetalaTI
r Mfl I
Tj mix r. , a
Vaf atT Aaav
a Haad-aawada aa atataal sad
Am Sf ra.,
say Daw nwa, ramramy imbm alaa latmaauaa
and tha mount ImprnTtim.nt. maka iai asaaafeap
W. L. luirULaa. BrMkua, Maaa.
' FOB BALB BT ' .
WE A VKW a MYERS.
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