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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17. UWh
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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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very altrrnooa te iccpl buuduy i at tar i
lewlas: rates ttrn tlr ca.
UW IHT g IHI
HI. UnallU aA.
Three Months ' ,
THK DAILY CITISEN
i. mi ule the foilnwln ulaces in AsfcevWei
BATTHKV I'AKK SKW8 STAND.
OLKN KOCK NBWS STAND.
MODBL CIUAH SI1IKK, I'slti a Are.
wiibsnsDAY. ni;ci:.inuR it.
Welcome lo Our vlHllor.
From north und south, from eust nnd
west, from regions "I""1 wl".'" ""r
bat already snrcud licr snowy mantle
and from where the tropic breeie UI
blow in toft and balmy whisperings, tbey
corn. And whnt siu;Kestinns duel their
pretence couiure un! It txaVt of cii
mates at wide apart nlimmt nt tlie pules,
ofsoilithtitnrcfnt with the rich influ
ence! of the torrid nn, and the hardier,
yet not lew useful prod net. of a more
ri)jid clime. Above all, it tpettks ol
a people, representing these extremes
meeting one, rejoicing! to place upon
common altar the fruit of their divere
energies and brint;in)j with tlieirjiil'tt tin
hoieful and glndful possession of undi
vided affection lor their whole country,
as one over which a common Aug of na
tionality ipreadi it emlilem of loyalty,
and as one as cordinllv united in senti
ment at it ia geographically and politi
cally. Whnt though, somewhat uncxpcctedK
and untimely, nature has spread ber
white all-covering drapery, it it as if she
too sympathized with the occasion, nnd
displayed in its most fascinating form
her emblem ot purity and ieace; lortherr
it in the snow n suggestion of quiet and
stillness that wields its influence over the
human beu.n and tempera it to gentleness
And the snow, moreover, mav lie wel
comed by our extreme southern guests,
unfamiliar with the phcuomcna of win
ter at a rare curiosity, gratcliil to the
tenses and instructive ns ollering those
comparisons and contrasts of the
scutout; and in its bcuutilul and
effective portrayal of novel mid striking
Inndscnpe divesting nature of some nf it
fancied terrors, and proving that nature
loses little of her lieauty even when in
vesting herself with some of her mut
We hope therefore our guests will draw
both comfort uml pleasure from w hat
lor hit views on the tub-treatury plan.
W'e don't know senator Vance well
enough to sound accurately the depths
of his good nature, hut it will be pretty
generally admitted that he has answered
about tit tnanv tub-trcasurv bill ques-
THK WKATHER Tu-DAV,
The DartiMtn Ulolte Mu.ii noes Not
The glorious climate of Western North
Cnrolinn iiist got up nnd hunineil itself
Intt night nnd this morning. As n result
t!..... 1.1 I ... I...I..IK
" , " ""'ithecitv uml turrourding oinitrv was
A Bai.timork dispatch says thnt to
win n het Col. C. H. Jones, managing ed
itor of the St. Louis Republic, ttarted
Perry Ashley, u reporter of that paier.
for New York with but $5 in his pocket
and under orders not pay any railway
fare. Ashley has already narrowly es
caped death by freezing, nnd Jones's type
covered with snow to the d plh of about
three inches on a level when the inhabi
tants of the cilv aroused themselves from
Irom their slumber this morning nnd
the snow was stilt lulling heavily.
A strong north wind was blowing
and when the substantial business men
began to npicar on the streets the play
ful breeze would twist snow and ice in
among their whiskers, anil occasionally
ot manhood seems to be of the kind thnt ' oue would so fur lose his dignity as to sit
sacrilicvs one s w ile's relations witi..iut
Tim snow falls on the just and the
unjust. It covers our pearl inlaid side
walks, and it tills the holes that a horse
might drop into; it smooths off the land
scape, bedeck the trees, tills your ears
and wets your lect. It isn't welcome.
Ilcrenfter the "beautiful" und we meet ns ; tnche and a pair of shoes,
own on the pavement tor a frw mo
ments. The next thing lor him to do
was to get up nnd brush the snow and
mud from his clorhes nnd melt the snow
for several leet with hit sulphurous re
marks. About half pnst six o'clock the editor
of the Durham Rlnhe came around to
Tim Citizkn office with n woolen shawl
wound fourteen times around his neck
nnd shoulders. He also wore a minis
It increases one's resucct for Col, Polk
und other leaders of the alliance to know
t hut they nre not going into liny third
purty movement hurriedly, but have
concluded to consider carefully first
whether there is room und work for
inch a party.
It ia common when visitors are present
for the children to "act up" as never lie
fore. That teems to be the case with
Asheville's weuther clerk just now when
he should have been on hit liest behavior.
I want to know if you mean this
weather tor a iiersonnl insult to me," he
said plavlully to the editor ol rilh Citi
ZK.N. Mr. l-'iurlirother was assure I thai
the weather was intended to make the
northern newspaper dclci:Mlca feel at
home. "Well, icioiued the Durham
editor, "I don't blame you lor lieii-g
ushaincd of your town and having it
snowed under when such n meeting i in
progrcs. It it commendable prudence
on your part.
The Rvpabllcaim Ho Not Hope
to ualn In (lie nenate.
Prom a Washington Trl arnm.
It istomewhat peculiar that while the
lemocratt feel themselves justified in
claiming a chance to gain sixteen srnn-
Thr rumor in circulation this morn
ing that this is the kind ot weather we
have all the time is a low, base liliel. We
don't. We have it only half of the time toriul seats during the next five years
and this is the wrong half. in addition to the two gained beyond
11 ; dispute nt the recent election, no hoi.-
It IS not home rule thnt Pnrncll favors ' whatever is held out to the Republicans
now. It is home ruin. I nispiacuig nny Lfcmocrunc 7-imitr in
tho Oriental Mtlirnti-
knowing that good hw':'
nnnot exist wi'hoir
honlthv Liver. When t"
LivT is torpid the I:
?f are plnptsisli n '
in tha stoma'-1
luood; frequent ."
iisui's ; aleelinitr
nervousness iudi '
the whole evftcu
Ilcgulator has K-
weans of restorim
icople to health
happiness by givincr i
a healthy liver th,i.
agency known on en
It acta with extr.tc.
dinary power and efficacy.
NEVIR RUN DiaaPROINTCO.
Liver, Constipation, sir.. I
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Pawcngcr Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ms ventral femtljr remedy for liysnsrii
u Liwr, Lumuisiwn, ir,. i nni
It mini to lit almost a perfert our f
emr un anvthln tlse. and have
tea id lavcneri. hiikii
the neHr future. The Republican mem-
TlIB stranger within our gntet show Iwrship of the senate hat reached the
liira every courtesy.
HOW IT WORKS.
high water mark, and there nre no indi
cations thnt a higher point will ever bc
reni'hed. The Keiuiblicans fcnvc been in
I control of the sknnle lor such a long -Preraonltory
Symptom of lite , Hod of years with only short and inire
Korce Bill DlHCMHe. mient interruptions, that it st-cins to
From the Baltimore tttm them a miracle must tie fierforuiril to
Senator Merry, of Arkansas, on Turn-' brine nbout their overthrow. To-day
day of Inst week, showed how a recently ! tov linyc a ma jority ot VI. and nest
. . ., , ,. , . "-"". ; month thev will have a mniorilv ol 1.
appointed federal nidge in his state, up j g,lt ;,v eight iemicratic Sena
pointed nnd confirmed not longer ago tors, however, would change tbi grent
than last September, and who had pre-' mnjority into a minority of two. and to
vioutly enjoyed the conridence and re-' ?hV-ve of.t,,c ,,Vn""l "'
. .. J . . , " tusk it not by ntiY meant a hoiietess one
ticct ot men of both partict. had abto- J ;
lutcly fortcited both bv nppointing s' Summer-time brings colic nn.lstoniacb.
cbict supervisor of elections in Arkansas ache. Simmons Liver Kegulator cures it.
.v.citi,.r THt; ti.h.. i..ii..m ..t . i,. '
worst products of the reconstruction
lieriod und carK-t-bng regime in that '
state, whose record had Ikxii exised liv '
nn tnyestigaliiig committee of congress, '
appointed by a republican house, und of
whi' h Judge Luke I'. Poland, of Ver
mont, was chairman. Senator Kerry I
said that Suieryiaor McClure would ;
himself resent the suggestion thnt any!
election could lie fairly und honestly con-'
ducted uy bun as u reflection up.'n tlie
nputntion he hat earned itt the best!
manipulator of clcciiont that Arkansas
of tilt HLomach and llowpls.
W. J. licaXaoT. Huron,
A Planters Experience.
sir plantation la In malarial Rita
tiiat. silier re vernnslatiprTalltet
mploy laobnndai frtqntatl half
r than war alrk. I was aaarlj ls
ara(t4 whan I basjaa lb aae t
EhatwaaMwaa marrallona. H aaaat
seams arronarainl haartriaaa 1 have
ad aofarltiar IroahU. 'Wish UM
rllla. 1 wonid not rear saliva la tsr
aaa." B. RIVAL, Baj aa Sara, JLa.
Offloe, 39 441 Park Place, Hew Talk.
W. A. lli.Aiit. j. V. ItitnwN
j For ii Hhort timo we
nl)l to tiffor
to irurciiANWH. Wf linv
a ittlf''off style" at xtrTi
l.v low rntoH. Now is your
opportunity for a profit nr-
WEAVER 1 MYERS. :
THE SHOE STORE!
39 Pastton Avenue. !
KUAL BNTATR AOKNT ssnLOAN RROK KR
No. S North Mala Mrrtl.
Hail 10 van' experience la Uits buslnesala
CNnrlrstna. S C
Krler to Flnt Natinaal ank; National
Rant of AsarTlllt, aad Wnitaaa Carolina
..... . j or any oilier ttatc in tnc soutn lias ever
miKiu uiso uniig wiin it some nat up known. II tuch be the fruitt in the green
discomfort. And even in the experience, tree, what will thev Ix- in the system
in wbut may 'w temporniily unpleasant. '""V deyeloied (iml grown? And' how
there it in that winch brings them tu-
can t he lcder.ll iudiciarv escape or survive
I lk ,tii,, ,,l n..(.,,,li..i, u on. I .... ci...,.. . ..
, j;,,v iiivui .,unui cu- m sucn a disgruceiul scnenier
durance. The work that engages
the attention of the convention. Vance on tnc force Hill.
is nut like the falling nnd the sheeting ol Prom the Senate debates,
the mow fall, something temjKirury ami , Mr- Vance went on to criticise the bill
evanescent. Their work is to l endur- '" detail. The mu. lily waters of suffrage
ing, something to survive the winter's i 'err ,le lo ' filtered through su
cold, and the summet't beat ; someihini; pcrviaora of election. But whnt, he asked.
to inspire and invigorule the living gen
eration, something to which posterity
may look back upon as the inspiration
of their prosperit v, nt the fountain head
of their better fortunes.
No. ,i Patton Avenue,
d'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
f in- now ntnd,y, mid in
vitt tnir frit'inlri nml th ptil-
lit-ifi'MfHilly to fii II nnd ex-'
tiiiiine our well Ht'ltH-feil utoek
Wliieh we nre offering: nt rock
liottom priceH. rmlertakiiiK
ti KM'inl lent ure. 'nU nt
tended dny or ninlit.
Telephone, dny 7". nicht 05. 1
A cream of tartar baking powder H'aaest . .
MfPICaTED IALSAM VAN
ir.nsba.ranr Nnat, Thraat ar taaf
oa appllratlna I will arad a paatalel
IrarrliitlTe of AtbeTlllt aad alna tae ta
t hallag treatment Are wltb Hal at ara-T
tloas to he aaswrrtd l tat pstfeat
T wars arflcrlsg Uoait Trratairal. Tk
trratmrnt Is aa .aretire aa Um aB1e
OFFICK Sl. 8 FATTON AVRNl'K.
AtarflUe, N. C
T. J. HARCAN. M. D.
STATION FN N,
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN IEUTE.'
DO YOU WANT
Weridinjr Curt la,
A mArirrn flmt clnrnt hotel. Hot and cold water andRnaths anil tcrilrii. on wry floor.
nir Tic tH In evcrvroom. )tei Arc In oilier and jtratra in lied roomi, Otfir. dininr
: room Inmh cnunivr, t-lirar nnc! ne stand and bar nnd bill, urd room on flint floor. Klrr
trie sittt cnr- pm loir fvt jr !'' mnot, Richmond and DanTilte railroad cat.nr houw.
pon' trnfor mrnl,
HATHS, (LOO PER DAV,
A. G. II AI.IYl BURTON, Prop.
I J. a. HHTAK worl WAI.TKR IIRKMI, Clerata.
I FOR THIS SALK OF LEAF TOBACCO.
I SiniTH & ROI.I.INH, Proprler.
r cent mniml.slon, while other pyat are ehanrlna irom ti,
i or all I
M'oultl purify the tuervisors ?
.TherivrrKbine.lt U rtt knows,
Doth wn.h th- city of Cologne:
Rut tell inr what. e tMiwer. divine.
Will hca.t'fnrth wash the liver Khiae"
Kvrrv tine and every intendment n( th
In the convention will be discussed and ' ,n'a. he auid. mi insult tn the rii.hia
devised tbott measures wliieh will lie tor . of the suites and a calumnious reflection !
the lasting good of the South, which will 'on the integrity of their people. It de-1
show her needs and how they can besui)- dared that state law wns inefficient;
plied, which will demonstrate her n-.1 thnt state officials were dishonest, while i
sourcnanilpointouttliemctliodbywhicli I'01 officinls, chosen from the mast ol ! m
they mny be develo,Kd ; which will show i the.r"P' "f the tnme stntes. hnd I neces- j M
, 1 , ' . 1 ,D"W ! sanly to be virttoua and pure. Whnt a I
wherein lies her wcukcss und wherein I rerluctin ait absurdnm ! ill
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECKM'R 2.".
You are invited to cull every dnj ttr the leHiliinr Jewelry
Store nnd exiuuine our stock of I
Visit irs and Reiridents will lad (Ms a anal j
eharailaar and attractive itnpnitit plan. (
MBNAHI1 ANU Cl'IMNR Fyt AL TO Tail!
c II Mirn
IIATK WITH DCLmONICO.
DO NOT FORGET
Letter Hn lm,
1 41 Ha ii I nilln:
A IVoHpectu", ;
TIipii "end yfinr order to
No. 6 N. Court 8quaif,
A she villa, N. C.
We sell all ini-ai-.'!.
Oar market h'i fall, iinea, d nml nrlers on- uouil. ,fc ny on ennunon arnnt s. anil ae
advise earij shliniiftitu oa nil c nnn.in iiriiilis, llnvinu l 'nriteat, lust lluhtnl warrhounr
l U'm,.. h.,,. ih I'.rnll.n ,.n.l ,u .. .Ulirfllltee HntlMlHl'tlon Th.Kkl.u
' yoa for past iiaironek-e and hopinK l.y hnnl woik'nnil ,ir '''a Iiiks. we are, yours truly.
SMITH & RivIXINS.
j 'FOR SAUK Bl.
BUNCOMBE BRICK & THE COMPANY,
j Atihevillc, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Hpcclal Amiltarium for Dlcaea of thel.uutcfi and Throat
nur I'rinkiiiK wntrr frm M"Uln HprtiiK". ntiil i-niitf linnft fur iMimctiv pur-
fM-r with Htv initin ivrfrtt ntfttcm or n imnHrinK iml SrwrrnHt. tluimv krfit
rniiiiK svn.tM ii'rtUKii Vtj.tllHltuil lint, C Htl. lilcv-
envm im'vawira, mcttrtr I.uh t ,in-l Itrll. I iini Mi
, nor with Htv in it in f't-rfrct
'ttictlj MUTMtir Hot Wiilrr Mrn
. trie wilt I St ram Hit tha nnd Hoik
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
(il'I CIM. HIKT WHBN .HHHHi
PrafCMlunal errlers oplinnal with intirntn, nnd at nmilt'r.ite rntis
I'riita for Board eno Kimm Sli 50 lo 1 ikt week.
I'ur particulars, aililress
KARL YON Ul'CK, M. D
hrvll1, . North farajin-,
STRAUSS EUROPEAN IIOTKL
ROOMS All NEWLY FURNISHED.
Also, talile board, rs ean lie accommodated
n'eloek a. m. until 'J o'clm-k d hi.
A m prepared lor catering at shortest notice for Home Parties Hulls, elc
BOARD BY THE MONTH. WEEK OR OAT.
Hlreet cart pass the door. Open irom (1
All I usk i.
liet Iter itren'tli j and, at it teems to ui,
how essential the Soutli it to the pros
perity of the whole union nntl how much in
that relation the hnsbcen misunderstood
anil undervalued. The work of the con
vention lies largely in the purpote to
secure a recognition that hat lieeu denied
the South, and by demouiirnting her
rightful elaimt, to jiive added itrenKthto
the whole Lmon liy ilhistrntint,' the idea
thnt it is tin unwise and suicidal national
In conclusion, Mr. V.ince snnkc of the
growing Rood will between the bhicks
and their white neighbors in the south,
nnd suid that, in hit opinion, the man
wbn would disturb thnt contlition was
aa enemy lo both races.
PEKSONS AMU PLACES.
j My Celebrated Philadelphia 'rlc
I Are wH known. No one can urv" "hrm. Am praml to uv I hv the Hi. hitprr.
i RmiKe In Anhrvtlte. Cun erve mlrr in fnim a to ft luinutc-. mh Pluh. t4ne. i-te
' AB tha liaVlf Hhrll. Polite Bnil attentive VtHitrn. littaa..l a..rf oil. Uru cihillv.
IC 8TRAVHS, Prop.
dtr 4 rile
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
IPOKMBHLV (IAKLAM1 INN. I
la located oa a eommandlaa eminence ovcrlonklnK Athevflltand a rroandlna conntrj ot
rar beanir for a radlu. of thirty miles. !
The aapointawnta of the house are conducive to health aad comfort !
Elevator. Klectrldty. Mtcani Heat.
... ' Por the aclentiac treatment of Nervous and Chroale dMaauaa It 1. thuroufglilj uti'l!
t Ton' a OWftpOlier tO Vl-j with all modern aupHancea-Tarklsh. Roman aad Kasaiaa ata.. Ili,dtrielty. M..nc
j Hwedlsh Moveiai-nta, all included In price of room. .
I The Metlleml Mnnnirrment will he unrtn- ih Slnviln. n. f, ii v,t.. . ,.. ,r ....
ijMfknun Snnitlnrhim. at liansville. N. V.
For further partlcnlara addrraa.
B1I88 EIKILIB VAl'GHN, Aahavllle, N. C.
Ada Smith died nt Pelt's Mills. N. Y
onthednv on which her hualiunil pro
cared a divorce.
! . :.: rt? ..... r
aolicv to make one part of the great ; wn, ktiiH.k'cd' down the other dnv by a
body politic strong and prosgicrnus. and j bicycle and one of hit ears wns sliced on. '
SILVERWARE NOVFIT1F.S, URIC A HRAC, &c,
Sttnif iM'opli'Htt.v tlint if in li'iiiiiiiul, Htniif miy thnt it Ih
fintT thiin I'vtT In fiiii'. YOt'It OIMXIOX im ntu'HtI.
AUTIIUR M. FIELD,
LKADINH J KWKLKH.
to deny to the other part, rich ia all the
elements of strength and prosperity,
thnt which is essential to the develop
ment of all its powers and rcauurecs
W. .i.: ...
.... nitwiuv , ion convention wiin ir.ei.
Pbtkr Vickrks is the wealthiest negro
in Coffer county. Ga. He owns tKtween 1
live nnd six thousand acres of Innd, and
is a No, 1 farmer.
I'aitsiiiKKT Car not is gratified nt his
election as an honorary memlier of the '
BRISTOL, TENN. AND VIRGINIA.
nrruitili tiltxiant-.t .Uu u:..t. t. .
( r,OH,v, nitu mKii none-, nnd " . :
exalted exjxx tntions. At lor nt no tuch ! hich the Marquis de Lafayette was the i
largeand imrtnnt ussemlilage hat be- J first honorary memlr.
fore gnthercdinourmidlt. In.lividunllr.l ..v.w.,..nnemharraiMmientderkhei."
we extend a cordial greeting, collectively ' remarked a friend to a St. Louit bride at '
weexpress a gratification atthenrivileni! they "Peeted the preaenta. "Vhy. I,
o, welcoming body o, menaiinL,, -T r '
: Strictly In Advance.
$3 For a Club of Six.
NEAR THE BORDERS OF FIVE STATES I
iting Curd can h xfH'ii
tMl in n, wnrk'oanlik
PRICES AS LOW
A" Kimt-ririiui work rnn
THE NESTOR OF THE MAGAZINES. . CAUTION ivV..sTftj r
has ( iimb Vrrr Mtiif KlKa.
, "Aewmlinn to Homer, Neator, the old war.
Hor ami the wi cminieliir of the tireehn,
! kad ruled over three Keneratinn of men, and
was win aa the immortal go '."
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
m been fa the van of American thought for
snort than three Quarter, of a centurv. rnnk-
Ing alwajra with the let nnd mom Inftuvti- j
, tial periodical In the world. It In I he m i.thr j
, fiitr.T ui iiitj otkjii Willi ainow imiai hiiuui in
R rent topic on which Americans rraire to
i Informed f um month to month. Its co-
trlbators Itelnr the lendfrw of thought nnd
action iu every nem muse uno would
take eouusfl ot the bighet knowU ilge on the
affairs of the time, and learn what to lie
aid regard I tig them hy tde recocnlied au
thnriileso. both l es, must third n- rend
THK MlKTII AMi:HICN HliVIKW the
Neatnr or the mag tines,
SctiiJ Ortt Dollttr niid niw i
in private me, so tlistinguished in public
- a ' nun patriotic la aim
Ha Han (lane.
He hat pasted awny-entirely aHy,
Cone to thnt bourne Irom which notrav.
ellrr returns. K. I. I.
We refer to Mr. Sitting Hull, nutsoTtry
old in years but in crime aged nearly or
quite two hundred, lie had taking wayt
alut him and his collection of natural
our was pro uii my not rivalled on this
continent. He died with hit Wtt and
: - :' ug
nouiu uaveuictl yeurt ugo had he not
been protected by a government that, at
times acts strangely aud at other timet
even more so. It wus decidedly a cam of
tlie latter to feed and guard Sitting Bull
who probably never drew an honest
breath, a decent one, or one not filled
with hatred and wickedness.
And at the last it happened that tills
Tim private correspondence of Albert
Rd ward, the Prince of Wales, is some-
thing enormous. He is suid to receive!
four times ns many letters a dny ns does i
tlie president of the United Stntes.
Lanv Brooks, who at Mits Maynanl i
was known as oneni tnc greutestoi Eng
lish heiresses, hns perfected n scheme tor
teaching sewing to children in her district
which would liear inspection from other
John Cwtmi'IM.d, of Onihnm, near
Mnryville, Mo., cnught an exhausted
eagle the other any that measured seven
'rat NMT i aches from lip to riu. The bird
3l(a aotapirtcly recovered and eats more
l an a Newfoundland doc
A snrwOAMn at Newcastle, England,
trnrmetnorated irs centenary by repub.
Inhinc Ha first issue. During the day a
e..i,ntrv'ianle called ot the office to an
swer nn advertisement for help on a farm.
They were informed tbey were 100 years
Tnc Tl'CtoN editors are clnmoring for
s chrysanthemum show. Their loath
some contemporariis ndviae them to
stick to cactus plants, rntlers, hornetl
toads, Gila monsters nnd such nntivc
products, in which that territory has no
THK THIMINI'H OF "OI R ROAON.
WORK : ON : THE ; FIFTH : ROAD : TO : BEGIN : IN : SIXTY : OAYS.
a ..... c i . .J.navtsoi Warrrn, ol Wyoming, who
r ------ - - aaaa was aivsb alarf . Mi Mai al i a l t. - 111 i i2aa.. aw
af I a - - - a. m ... - . rw txen enxiru id int uiiHra tua hu-
,.,,mwmj.mmmw united IKlUu fr,,m thnt state, began as an al
- waaT Doming oi trie navy on
"" "bt Indian poHce. Tbey knew his worth.
Iilt .rvWtbaaV,lbaigoi:of,dath would be
atly becoming to his sin-lit features
.a tW shot him. Wt shall eon tend,
VWUtlfctaillU the eontrarr. that th
i"tn v i i- "O" wiU show that this pamaertd
, m stTai had Mi bach to th foe.
i.:..uisns u ua. n. r
etlrf secretary of the
Uta Parners' ailianc hat laddmsed a'
OMaafcatioa to atoator Vanes, ashing
"a twenty yenrt ngo, and hns been
f"tty much every kind of an omeinl since.
H went west and grew op with the
j,A vaxuABLi sarrivor of th twenty.
Uttcungreea, which was In aession a
" a 1837, bat been found in Judge
an, N. V.
i wen bia radcagtwa ia
J""Uuincy Adams. JaowsK. Polk and
n pasmons Uvar Keanlator is a moat n-
eeint limlUn. A..1 I Pal.
I p, to uanop ol North urouaa.
Midway art ween Hes.emer Ore aad I'oceanntaa Cake; In Ihr heart of the lieheat Mineral
Region oa the American Continent, ralla the attention nf .hi awmttM nelesatra to her la
dnatrla! Developm nt and Pntiire Poatllil Itlea.
Retoareet af eoaatry tributary to Itrlstnl anllmlted. Timber ennsl.tlaf nf poplar, nat,
ash, cherry aad walnut i enpuer nf Carroll and Athe ; trad and slae of Wytht, Mmvtbe and
Orayson; nianaanest of Ashe, Hmythe anil Johnson; marhte of llawktna an aVottiialt
aad plaster of Rmythe; eoal of Wise, l.r, Ruehanan, Meklnsna, Russell and Tasewelli hem,
atlte aad tlmonlte ores of llulllvsn, Wythe, Rmythe and Washington. Rteel maklagorasaf
Johnson, Carter, Cnloa, Ashe, Wstauna and Mitchell.
Maat skrawd awa have srtdtetta that toaMwhara la IhM mlaeral raaio wsaM ayawtny
a tarn city. Brlatol ta now double the alat of any tow within aa area of twenty shear
aad square tntlei ; is the only railroad enter between Lyaehhnrg and KaoavlUe, a tllataaei
of SS6 miles, aad I the manufacturing- centre and dlstrlbotla point for a ftfloa rlcswr at
eoal aad Iroa Miaa aay tlale SUte la America. . i .
Pot faittwr laAmaauaa sxMraas
jyonr HiiltHiTiption at ontf.
Mwi'ial CorrfHpondi'iit" yi
vry mction of WVatprn
Th Narth Arnrric.n Hevtow Is iihead of
I aay ranptpitne tts country has ever seen in
I the ItViptil-tancr i r tltr opK-a It rttstttsaes and
the eminence of Its contributors "Ail-any
Ak HTI.V 9t fbf thftllftandir "Bas become, a. It were, the Intclllhtrnt
American ctliens hnnil'ltiiok on Krnt tui-s-'
tlons of th fcour.' HorTnlo Espiess.
1 Th North Amrrlcnn Mi- lew tnut'hrs Amcr
OrthwrpalronMin A-lierille .Lll.rJ!:, "Mh lh"
A mnutiler ol .tellli,t ,,dnlni) liy the
, Impartial tinsrntntinn ui doth suits oi lin
, VIT.,,, ... . , .. ; portant aubieel-." - I'lnlnililplilu ulillc
ano WjMtern North Carolina i Li'r
I The list of recent c,ntrlhnt rs to the He-
view fonns a roll uf r, inm ntiulve mm mid
i women or the time, imlwlinK v I- Olnrt-i
tone, 1. tl lllnlne, L'nrillnnl nllihona. I
W. L DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OtNTLSMIMa
Flea Calf aa Laaaa Wal.rae.af dtata.
Th. airellmea aa marlaa qoalluaa af th) aknt)
ran not bt ibrttnr shnwa UiaV Um amas taaarar
t Ihmnanils of waiafsal asaiaV
b S.ra'riPttl-r-A- -ssfta
tA HHweJ.fi. rna aaS Saga
anw)ulind fur nrU an aarablllty.
waaaraar w.um is siaadar aveat
,7I y ; ,. Reefl. Ks-Mnnkrr Larlhlc, W
boninnrw. They rtrt
$3&S2 SHOES uTrflSV
Kinley, Jr , lluliln, Mine tlliim, (I nrnilMher-
man anniirnl rort.". time, lllavntskr, T. A.
I.rtlsoo, lllshiiti II. C. I'otlrr Itl ialKth H
! Fhelia, Chas Pnrn.ll, A J. Ilalfour, I 'lin
, Mnrlrv, C- l R. 0 Ingrrsoll, Henry tleorue.
, (.'haoucej M iMprw, llilwnrri rk-llamy, rro-
irnmir jnmrn nrjrcr, t,.u namntin,cte., etc,
Iu North Carolina.
Cltaikaber of Commerce,
, The Bast
Family , Newspaper
''' Itl tlia tStatc.
BO CBNTft A Nt'MRHRl H A VKAH,
SOW ISTHS TIMS Ta MiasCHIIIK.
I The North American Review.
Bast lath ttreet, New York.
Home people sjrree with The Hun's opinions
v. , ' BiDtu men ana tninKs, ami some itetitu
arwiiiaprr wnien ib never QUII -aril
",,a sarVaaia' a, y M . - aahaa. .aatjwx,
. ti .1 1
IV Hkr. to art hold
tlemoer.tr. ...w , I... LM . . .
ojjati. prlaelpiM, nam warerln.o. mik.
w "iait tota. traelnlrrcu of the
KBIahtara haadnd and alnetr-oa. will he .
.al rear la Amerleaa polltlca, aad
JT ahoal mul Tka Ma. r.
Dallr, Pee a.ontk..n..,.., S)a.aa
.'iv. ar rear M A
."""S purnoe.1 It to .ot Tha
ansa law taa ami.
S)ndar, per rar,.
WMklr. oae f.:. .. - " i-i-
aittttewta Tssat aim, mw Vatrk,
fe.v. bMa fnoal favnraMy w-ewfvsit aaea I
aash soar laaw.awllf MaanaMasppr yea aa
y. ryn. wylcaia Mraruad atftt. at
Vtelea-. laaaa Isatt.
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