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A SHE VILLE' DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18. 180.
Aw atiVKTJTISEMENT IN A
LEADING PAPER TRAVELS
HUNDREDS OP THOUSANDS
OP MILES BETWEEN SUN
RISE AND SUNSET, AND ON ALL
THE RAILWAYS, RIVERS,
ROADS, AND CROSS ROADS,
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND
WEST. IT IS UP AND AWAY BE
FORE THE COMMERCIAL
TRAVELER HAS BREAK
PASTED Clnchnwtl Commercial Gnicttc.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
.rttwuu nmmrntic. la ouhll.lted
eeery afternoon (eicept huatlayl at the fal
lowing raura irw w, ..
THK DAII V CITIZEN
In on anlr st the following olaoea In Anhcvlllc:
HATTI'.KV I'AKK NKWS HTANI1
OI.KN HOCK SKAVS STASH.
MOIlttL C10AK STOKK. I'ultou Ave.
TIICRSIi.W. UKCKMHI-K IS. is'.m.
Wauled, a comisetliiK Koad.
It will be one happy result of the con
vention It .snevinc Sliuit eaieu bi.iiiv ...
the enthusiasm of the debates ami be- t""-"'KJ potatoes,
gill to look a little more closelv to herj GHOaVT DAWCEHS.
own interests. II she .Iocs so one plan of (n no nflae(lc) on
extending her importance by secunuiij Oar Convention.
additional and conipcliui; railway scr- pn)m thc mitimore Sun.
vice should not fail of examination. We; The ohiect of the convention at Ashe
refer to the suntfcstcd conseetion at the j Tjc j, Wiltvise mean by which innor
Tennessee state line with the Bristol, I ,mceand prejudice may be made to ive
Eluiibrthton nnd North Carolina rail-. place to more accurate information mid
road. The advantages of such an outlet a iwtter understanding of the actual
were pointed out in our local columns1 physical and social condition of the
yesterday. Ashevillc needs not more ,1)Ut, nj by which immigration may
railroads so mueii ns coniieiini: om
that we may have thc benelit ol lower
and fairer height rates.
01 toursc if this suggestion is examined
it should not receive any local encour
agement unless the new rouil could lie
kept clear ol alliances that would only
serve to still lurtlicr tie up Asncviiic to trying to manufacture another stnle be
one system and one management. i leen the lections, let the convention at
The Rev Thomas Dixon, seaking in
New York, lust Sunday said: "The era
of fratricidal strife between tike sections!
of this nation is passing nwuy. Thc day
ol real fraternity is dun ning. Let men I
Vnrth v.,,. tli l-',mt UV.il I ukr niili.e "" tvciiuhiv oi Hint
North, South, Last, W.st-lnke notui. Ncw Knglnnd which, na it has not with
The grave already yawns to receive ami lcn us material aid from the work ol
who refuses to heed this fact." No other i developing and building up the new
body in existence could with so much i """lb. will not be found wanting in gen
force and with so much tjcriincncc say
something like the foregoing as the South
ern Inter-Slate Imigraliun convention
now in sessiou in Ashevillc. We lmic
the work w ill lie done. If well done, in
thc form ol short resolutions written in
a sincere spirit and adopted unanimously.
a great deal of good might I nccoin-1
gesliou merely, hut under the belief that
the convention can hardly all'ord to ig
lore thc topic altogether.
The Meed Kach Oilier.
The alliance needs theaid of the tlennic
racy nnd the democracy needs the aid of effect of trying to do it is to bar more el
tlic'alliance in the great light against Iccluallv the way to his political cmaiici-
combnicd capital in IMi.'. Ueuoir topic,
Thud's the fact : and
need apply. Moreover, the alliance will
qui. kcr come to so much of its own as it
is, in justice to all classes, entitled to bv
acting with the democruts than by set
ting up a new organization. The demo
cratic partv has the machinery now and
it's all in working order, lucking very
little, if anything, that the alliance can
reasonably dcuiund. The alliance in the
democrutic party will be a kiwct for
good; out of it largely a disturbance
only. Moreover we du not believe that
southern alliance democrats will leave
that party at a time when its lull
strength is needed to aid in developing
the material resources of the south.
The o. I.
,.,..... . ,. ., .... .,
v..r.., ,vM....e,. num .Kenuy
,,lIUUj I.JI V'lllVB, lOllilOUOlH. II
was a ilny when he shnuhl Iwivc kin
numerously on some prominent street
corner to till how in 1MIII unci wuy hiick. ,
belore the war. Ashevillc hnd snow three i
feet deep and it blew so thin Imrk wiih
blown ilf the north side ol ull the tmn
thnt hniln't token the preenution to put
on tobuit'o burn tlui-s. Hut he w;is all-
He did not even come out to s.iy !
thill "llii. i. l..-rn ,-li,n... u.i. I.
n..r,i,. " v.i .1
northern pm.eiples. Not liemx entirely I
devoid ol sense lie smved by the lire
However, it is sole to ,y thnt the lirst
dnyof the Inier-suites imtniKriitioii so.
eiety will Iiiiik be renicinbrred in Ashe-
villefor ndny ol snow anil wind thnt
would. ,ve.r thought ill I even
in the blinrd swept, fnr-olf northwest
The iirtielc we copied from the New
York llrrnld, in which it wns stilted tliul
Muvor l'ritehuril, ol Windsor, liuil ln-t-ii
tied and wlupied by unknown men, is
suid to lie without fouiidution nnd we
ore asked to lieu; the state press to denv
tlie reHirt. Kulcih News and Observer.
W'B are surprised thut so mniiv state
pniers should hnve copied the item the
Observer refers to, It bore on its face all
the marks of being a "hike1
The nilmini.lnilion in u.m. I.
the weukest that the country hasstviiin
thirty years. HiifTnlo Courier.
i o vivc ii us one, it must also oe sum i
thut it is the cleiii.vst since lames llurli.
atinn nnd Abraham Lincoln. No public
scnndiil blurs its record. N. Y. hull.
It comes very near to beiiifc a public
scandal to have so weak nn udininisirii
tion a Harrison's.
Wit think we shall jjive voice to the
general opinion when we say that, con
sidering tlie weather nnd the severe
ftrndes of some of our streets, the electric
enr did admirnblc service yesterday.
Hud the motive power been horses or a
cable the town would have been on foot
in one of the most disagreeable storms
every known In Asheville.
If the devil should be fought with lire
there would seem to be a fitness In apply
ing lime to a ense of thc Parnell kind. As
a matter of fact, however, such an at
tack a Parnell wns the victim of yester
day will be pretty sure to bring him some
sympathy. Then i such a thing as over,
doing even a necessary punishment.
kn anusual amount of advertising
flowed into Thi Citiikn'i broad col
umn yesterday, bat that tht reading
matter should not be curtailed, w added
bout li column of room and gay a
very fell account of th opening session
of to convention.
r ' Tm PtBgiflv Farmer ha visibly
broadened mentally In tht last two Ii
and wt congratulate th atllanct of North
Tlil,a" rTlian aimerluu-Mb-Troaaary
From t rVomniTt Parmer.
The current agitation in fnvor of eco
nomic refo in the national government
is likely to take the attention of our
dinners entirely away from some reforms
at home, which are at much needed to
iecare proiperty to the aorkulturnl
classes ai are ny change, in the finnn
cial system of the United Stutc. These
home reform! can be effected without the
concurrence of congreagmcn and senntnrs
-without the aid of either the legialif
live or eiecutive branchet of the Koveru
ment. ladced, thew home reforms car
not be either hindered or assisted b sen
ntors great or small. Thev are rc'loriiis
within i www 01 each Inrmer, nnd
Let us uarovuiarue a little.
Let no former spend in nnv year, un
less compelled by the dire necessity ol
sickness or death, more than he miikes.
Cut down your expenses until they come
within your income at any lauxard, ex
cept those of mercy and honor.
Let no farmer spend his money urn il
he has made it, and has received it sale
into bis own fist.
Live on your farm; and live off your
Train your daughters for queens, and
vnui sons lor presidents: but l. r tl...m
understand, that while they are waiting
to lie crowned and seated, "it will not de
tract Irom the splendors of those iiugusi
cereinonulnf they taki a turn milking
- . ,, r - 1
K nimnluted and encouruged
I'mleterml, therefore, by the war paint
and the war cries of the fanatical nnd
half erad ghost dancers at Washington
who, for selfish, personal and partisan
purposes nnd in order to get themselves I
re-elected to this position or to that, are
1 Asheville enter upon nnd steadily pursue
! its lienericent and patriotic work. Nar
row minded bigots of the type of Ed
1 munds nnd Hoar are fast losing their in
fluence even in New Englnnd. In a little
I while tliev will puss oft', or be pushed oil,
the stage of action to make way lor
I younger, broader minded, larger hearted
erous, wiioeui, social ana unirioiic sym
pathy us soon as the present set of mis-1
representatives disappear from the scene, i
Federal Action esnd lhe Mviiro.
Frum tbe St. Paul Pioneer Pres4.
Thc attempt to secure for the negro,
by federal action, all the rights of the lit
I... lu... n.l .... in.. n i-:,..
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' I g"veriiiiieiii
that Ilk-individual must assert himself,
must take upon himself the righting ol
his w rongs, if he is to win full political
npi.ility. Il by defect of character or cd ,
ueation orexperiencc he tails to do this,
no human king can do it for him. Ami it )
is cert'iinlv demonstrated that the only ',
A lank or Two HetlleN It,
Prnm the Philadelphia Times, i Kep. i
The inthmice of the public journals of
the I'nitcd States is never half under-
stood or conceded. The political lenders
seem to I tlie blindest nnd iliimlxst of
all with regard to it. The newspa-crs
have to take them by the scruff of the
neck ami jerk them' out of their seats
before they can get an idea of the power
ol the press.
.V iRTH CAKOUxTT'oLKS.
J.-imes M. Weeks, esq., of PuMUcilimk,
ilt'inocmt, will contest tlie sent !' 1 1 tit: h
Cule, iM., republican, in the lepsliiture.
Krv. J. H. I,acjr has been instnlleil ns
must be mode by each one for himself.!""'1 maundei ings it was ens
:Ziree"i;S"r;St(re nnd exntnine our stoek
iitirnt, now, inspinnii ana vcrsntuc ine
KiileiKh Chronicle Mys.
The portrait of nhn Louis Tnylor, the
lirst eluel jutlicc of the supreme court ol
,,rih Curolina. I under its orsniiisntiou
in pursuance of the net of 1SIN) was
P.iestiiliil, on behalf of hisilestTn.liiiits. to
iy Thos. S. Kcniin. KuleiKli
Hi'ht.p john C. Keener, who presided
nt the North Carolina conlerence ut Wilj
sou. rcieireil a te evrnm Monilnveveninu
Iirincing the snd intelli);cntv I lint his son :
rtticiillv ill in Lowuna. Tliii fan.
leiien tue ui juurt meni oieoniereiiiT, uno
,,,, K, hMrrjed t U,lli,i(lnn t
the U-.lk uf bis son. Knleiuli Observer. I
,,, Coutcri of y M.
c. Ims orrivetl home, alter a trip nil I
over the suite, in a cllortto raise the nee-'
l"""rv """Is lor the current expense ol
IHTsoimlly responsible for Jl.CiOil, miller
than v-e the association fall tlirotiuh.
Charlotte' bi Innd snle omounlcil
to more than $20,01)0 cash.
Tlie leitiilnture will be sieciiillvcatleil
upon to protect the oysters, nnd it will
please do to nt once on assembling.
Mime tolinrco srowers arc noioinii
I back their "hright" owiiiu to a decline I
oi price. 1 Ins makes money srnrce in me :
Winston daily : Messrs, R. J. 8lien-
herd Mi Co., have jut made the biniicst
shipment ol tobacco stems Hint ever leu
Winston. Tliev were billed direct to lire-
men, I'tcrmnnv, and in weight footed up
just m.tnl pounda.
A correspondent of the Wnlnugn Hem
omnia vi at Elk Park, Mitchell county,
n two-venr-old son of Rrv. Mr. Keece fell
into tub ol boiling water which hi
Inlher hud Drensred to scnld n hog, nnd
died in a lew lionr. Thu is the second
child that has been scalded to death in
the dime neighborhood within lilteen
-The grand lodge of colored masons'
will usk thc legislature to mil the col-!
orcd orphan asylum an Oslord and to
establish an agricultural college for ne-
urocs. ThcitaU board of agriculture
nils aircuov lasen ine uiiier Kieii, anu
hnsestiibh'.hnl the college at 8hnw uni
versity, Kuleigb. It now has nearly 3(H)
T.reenshoro Democrat! Judge McKa
is nfter the magistrates of the county
with blond in bts eye. I hi charge to
the grand iurv on Monday, he ordered
them to find indictments agninst the par
ties munUus for the present jnil unless
it condition bad been impruvaJ since tb
last term of I us eourt, and n th magla-
. . r M ... . lt, L . ' 1
rmtes remsro to nave m new jhu uuii,
they will be tbt uftVrer if tht Jodgt'i
charge W carried out.
A RalcJth ccu.1 say! " Effort are
to be mad to effect some change In tb
roles governing th public printing so
that it may be given oat to tb lowest
democratic bidder, or else that th pub
lic orlnter may be a regular itatt official.
Th public printing has cost during thc
oast ten year IG2.000. of which, it it
alleged, tM.000 was paid to person
Can a Man Rclorin in ttie Mldal or
midden Proanerliy T
Interview In New York Hun,
"About twenty years u"ii I wnain Lon
don, nnd at the AtliiinniL'uni several ol
us K"t to talkiitff nliout this sort of thine
don't you know. Three or four of us hnd
plenty ol money to spare, nnd so we
went to work and in a do an exiierinient.
We drove to Whitechnpil aik the Rip
per's headquarters, you know und teed
a bobby to show us annual. At last in
a perfectly oilins place, we I'miml just the
man we wanted, lie wns known ns the
professor, ami lllcuuli lie was drendl'ully
dirty and shabby, dial iilnmt beastly
drunk, yet through his jahlieriniis
uougb to see that be was n person ol
considerable education. His words were
good nnd hi grammar was correct.
When we came upon him In- had his head
leaning on one arm on the table, anil was
aciual'y reciting to himself Kents's "Ode
on a tireeian Crn," tiecoiiipanying him
nc'f by thrumming on the table 'villi the
lingers ol' his disengaged hand. His blnek
hair was matted and nasty, an 1 when he
lookeil up his eves w-rt iliill.-iililiwuter.
He vvas in the f.ist stages ol maiiillin and
loathson-.e uiilani holy di ut.ki iit ess, hut
wc pinned hioi atul linally raiacil
him to a pitch id big drunk that was
iiiisH'Ukalile and Mill id gl- ry.
"Wc knew this c.iuliln't l ist nnd so we
got him into our carriage and tlrove oft"
n-ii h him. I hen lor the man was crazy
litr more drink wc loadei1 him up Irom
our H.ks. and what he drank had Urn
drugged. Then wi drove him to a place
where wc could give him a hath and a
shave and a hair crop while be lav as
stupid us a log. ICach of ushad brought
along a nobby suit of clothes nil the
chance that one of them might tit our
mnn. So his old clothes were thrown
away, he was driven to n nob.
by hotel, put to lied, ami n piuse
was laid on the table with a good
ileal of money in it Itcside it was a imte
addressed to him in the name by which
he went, wdtieh was probably an assumed
one. assuring him that n relative who
did not wish to lie known till he, the
'Professor.' had made n man ol himself,
had caused him to be taken to the hole!.
and from tune to time would send
him rt-mitt inccs ample enough to nmkca
gentleman s lite easy to mm.
"1 can imagine now inai man must
have tell when he awoke next day.
AIhiu Hassan in the Cnliph'slx'dchonilicr
chould not have been more licivildcrcil.
I had bet that he would drilt hnek again
to his old courses, und one ol my Incuds
had bet that be wouldn't. We had a
private detective on his track lor six
weeks, and then my friend paid me the
hcl. On the lirst il.-iv the in in took sim
ply a lew 'pags' lM-lore htvukt.isi, but bv
nightfall he wis licasily drunk on
champagne and had to Ik cariied to
bed. (in thc luxt he remained in
his room all dav. and bail Ins minis
precious light imes thev were as he ate
crvnm of tnrinr Ixikinjr - ilcr.
f nil in Irfivt-ntnii trrnK'h V. I
mmt krnsiri, AitKit 17. 1mi lul
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEMTl 25.
You nre invited to cull every
If LOCKS, WATCHES,
ff Silver NoviltliM,
SILVERWARE NOVFLTKS, RRIC A DRAC, &C.
Some Mople kii.v thnt it i beautiful, wnne wiy thnt it in
fllMT tllll tl eV(T lMforS l(M K
NEAR THE BORDERS OF FIVE STATES
WORK : ON : THE : FIFTH : ROAD :
Midway lit l ween lirsrmer Ore and Pocahontas Cnkei In the heart of Ihe richest Mineral
, . . , . . ,
'"" American Continent, call the attention ofihe assembled deleaatrs to her la-
dnstrial Htvelopni -nt and Putar Posslhliltlee,
Resources 4 country trlhulary to Brl.lol nllmltl. Tlmlier eon.l.lln of poplar, oak.
ash. cherry and walnut i copoer of Carroll and Aahej lead and ilae of Wythe, navthe and
oraysoni msnnnrs of A.he, amythe and Johnson i marble ol Hawkins and sVattssalt
and plaster o tmylhe i ens! nt Wist, !, Ilm hnnnn. Dlcklnaon, Rnsaell snd Taaewtlli hem
atlte and llmonlte ores of Mi.llivan, Wythe, amlhe and Washlnglon. Miccl making ores of
Johnson, Carter, t nlon, A.he, W ataugs snd Mitchell.
Many shrewd men have predicted that so me
a bugs etty. Bristol Is tow tfoabk the Cass of
aad sas.r. miles 1 1 th only railroad eeater
of in aril, aad as ta awaaiaurtatiag walr.
ol aad Iroa thaa aay ctagl tut la Aaaertea.
Por fuitaer larbrostloa addres
them, although what he ordered would
have served for three gourmets and
tickled their palates brought up to him.
Then he braced up, and wondered, I sup
pose, what it all meant. We kept him
supplied with money, and so he knew
that there was something solid in it all,
but, ns I say, by the end ol six weeks he
had ull gone to the devil again, nnd, wit h
money in his nockets, hnd pnwncd his
clothes and was buck again drinking
rotten gin in Whitechupel."
Tht Famed Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming On of America.
JfouwXoM Vona Att Out Cunts
Now that Its manufacturers
are drawing the attention of
the American- public to this
first and, ever since its Inven
tion, the best of all cocoas, it
will soon be appreciated here
as well as elsewhere all over
the world. All that the man
ufacturers request Is simply
one trial, or, still better, a
comparative test with what
ever other cocoa it may be;
then Va.v Houten s cocoa
itself will convince every one
of its great superiority. It
is because of this that the.
English paper Health, says :!
"Once tried, always used."
Si To svoid the evil effceu of Tefttndj
(.., uh eonitsnilr VAX HOL'TKN'di
COCOA, whirl, its STHKNUTHKNKKiif the j
MCHVKS sod s rafreehlog sod Boumtilnf
biwraes. d i
W. A. Blair. J.V. Buown.
No. ,t Pntton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We arc now rendy, nnd in
vite our friends mid the jiuh
lii1 tft'iiemll.v to mil nnd ex
ninine our well selected stock
Yliidi we nre offering at rock
bottom prices. I'liilcrtiikiiij;
n sMH'inl fentnre. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7". night 05.
BLAIR & BROWN.
dnj nt the lending Jewelry
Ol'IMO.N W nqU(Mt4M.
AIlTIIUls M. FIELD,
OF VOI R ROADS.
TO : BE6IN : IN : SIXTY : OAYS.
wharf In this mineral regie- wosld grow ap
aay tows wltsis aa ana or Iwesty uoaw
between Lyaehbarg aad Karavltl, a atatacM
aad tlstflbatlag pMai lor a cegioa new m
For a short time we u li
able to offer
to purchasers. We have a
a little off style" at extreme
ly low rates. Now is your
opportunity for a great far
gain. WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
. t 39 Patton Avenue.
HHAL liSTATB AOHNT AND LOAN I1KOKHK
No. 3 North Main turret.
II (id to vrAtu' rxK'rlnoc In this buainciiiin
ChurlfKtoii, S C.
Kricr to I'irt Nutlonnt Unnk ; Nntlonnt
Hnnk oi AmIk'vIUc, nnd Woicrn Cnroltna
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
' If jroa taavr any None, Throat or Lung
Oo aiiplicatlon I will fend a pamphlet
dcncrittve of Aihevllle and also the In- T
hnlinis treatment free with lilt of que
tit. nil to he annwvred by the patient T
'when ordering Home Treatment. Thin
! treatment ! an effective at the offler
OFKICK-NO. 2S HATTON AVBNt'B,
' Aaheville, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN. M, D.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
Vl.lt r and Rrsiilents will And this a most
chsrmtna and attrnetlee .topping plaee.
MKNAOB AMI CI'IRINH Hyl AU TO TUB
E. H. NIES,
LATE WITH DELMONICO.
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly In Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
St-mi One Dollar mid renew
your HubHcription at om-e.
SMNiiil CorreHpondcntu in
every wftion of WeHtorn
In the State.
DO YOU WANT
Large Hand Hilta:
Then nond your order to
No. 6 N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
Fron' a Xowspajter to a ViH
iting; Cord can be execu
ted in a work'nnnlike
PRICES AS LOW
An FirsM'hisH work can
any magatlne thii country hna ever aeen In
the I m por in nee of toe lopU-a It dlacuaaea and
the eminence of Iia contributor "Albany
Ank any of the thouHands' "Has beeome, as It were, th Intelligent
I American e tlaen's hand-hook on great ques
j tlons ol th hour," Buflalo Usprcas.
. I The North Amrrlesn He, lew touehes Amer
OI tlll'ir lllltrnilH III AhIiuvMIo ,cns on almost eeiry .olnt In which they
wi tilt ii tll Ilium III llie.tt,rt,,ct).Mu;tnrj Herald.
I "A monlder ol Intellla nt opinion by the
i Impartial nnarntatlon ol both allies Iin-
ami W'pwtorn North Ciirolina
h to their innniii'i- of doing
buHinesH. They nre
In North Carolina.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
j In ioo Feet of Central PttHtieniger Iviot,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem fltrt tlnss hotil. Hut and cold water snd hath anil toilru nil every floor.
Klei-trir belle In cverv room. Oin tire In oflii-r antl Krnttft In Ited roums. (Mlicr, illnlni;
room. Inm-h coiinter, d;ar and news etnnil anil Imr nnd liilliunl tmn on first floor. Kiev.
trl- otreet car, pnHH ilo.T every 3 ralnuteit. Kiclimouil nad XiauvHI. rullrosil eutiiiK houMe,
.'( uln i' unl .
RATKN, fl.oo PER DAV,
A. G. HAIXYBl RTON,Prop.
J. St. RRTAM and WALTER liREKN, CIvrbH.
FOR THE vSALIi OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINS, Pioprletora.
We welt all t ohm-eon nt 3 iter cent commUnion, w hile other niarkota are charging tYom 3Vi
to .1 itercmt. viininiiimiiin.
I To the Tobacco I'lnntrra of Wcatcrn North I'nroHiui nrd !: t TenneMtee :
I Our market hn lull oiiemdnnil iirice arc nnt.il, i-hii vui11v on c-inmm rndri. and we
lv,"r ettil.v fhipmfiit on nil c innmn irriidi-n. HnvittK the liirKCRt, h nt llglttt-d warchouw
m Wentrrn North Cnroli- h. iiimI comi ctetit cnidovi'R e Kiinrtiniee KntiDlai tion Thanking
, you tor pant patronuKC n"1' hopinK h.v hurd work and lair oca inn; we ure. our truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
i Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Special Baultarluni for Dl Meant- or the JLuiikh aud Throat.
j Pine, purr PHnklnR wntrr from f'utnin Sirinit, nnd co tm'tioim fr tnttirNtic pur
: with dtv mAitt I'rrfrvt mnifitl 01 HvHit- r. I'hintiiiiitt anil m.v rnyf . Ilouw kept
ulrictly ancptlc. Hnt WntiT HrntlnK SHhiii it ml Tlmr'niith VfntHiit n lint, Cnld, BIcc
trie and bUm Hatha and huuchi-i. likvou.nt. Hl -itric LUhtu nnl lull, Fire.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. NORTHERN COOKING.
ki'I.cial nii-r vi i;s nkhukd.
rrnfrtuiional pcrvlcru optional with pathnt. ami nt imMtt-r.itc rnt
lrivn for Hoard and Knnm $liA(t to$tHtrr week.
For part ii'ii I ura. atlilri'iia
KARI. VO.N RUCK, M. D
Ahrvltlr. Nor h Cnrollnu.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN IIOTI L
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Also, tnlile lionrriiTs esn Itr aeeonimfiUattil.
o'cliM'k a. nt until 'J o'e wh u. in.
Am preuarrd ur cuterltiK at shortest ntillee
Are well known. Nn one enn aun. 'hem. A m proail to .ay I have the fli.e.t, fanreat
Kunue In Aalievllle. Cnn aetve orders In frnni .1 to n ti.lnutea, auch nn Piah, Game, Uyatcrs
oa the Hall Shell. Polite and attentive wallers. I'leaaed to serve all. Heap clfullr,
K. STRAl'SS, Prop.
lee 4 11t
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
iPOKMBRI.V OAKI ANII INN.)
! located on a commanding emtntnee ovciiuokinu Aatacvlllc and a surround lor country ol
rare beauty for a radlu of thirty tnilea.
The appoiotmcoU of thc bue are conducive to health and comfort.
Elevator. Electricity Steam Heat
Por the cimttftc treatment of Ncrvoui and Chronic dlftcatca It la thoroRjenfy eqalpned
with all modern appllancea Turkiah, Roman and Huaalan Ilatna, Elrvthcity, Jdaaaajce.
Bwedlah Movement a, all Included la price of room.
The Stetticul Mannrrment will be under the direction uf Dr. P. M. av.a,. r.iVniiv . r th.
Jmtkmon SnitHtitrium, at Dananlle, N. Y.
ror lunncr parueuiara suuith,
MISS EMILIE V41GHN, AHlievllle, N. C.
THE NESTOR OF THE MAGAZINES,
"Aecordtna; to Homer, Neetor.the otd war
rior anil the wlae counaelnr of the ItreekR.
had ruled over three gen era tion a of men, and
waa wiac aa the Imraoital go ia."
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
haa been In the Tan of American thought for
more than three quart era of a century, rank
Inn alwaya Ith the bent and rpont influen
tial periodical! In thc world. It lathe mouth
piece of the men who know moat ahout the
great toxica on which Americana require to
i or inform, a i om mimin 10 monin, iia co
i tributora bcln. the lendrra ol thought anil
I action In every field Thae who wuuhl
i take couul of the hiiihea knowledge mi the
atTalra of the time, nnd lenrn what U to lie
I anld rcftardlug them uy tde recnvuiied nu
! thnrltie o . both at , muat thcni re reitil
i THK NORTH AMI.K1CN KliVlltW, th
i Niator of the mag -ilnea.
"The North Aracrlcnn Review la ahead of
I portant subjects." I'hiludclpbla I'ulille
The list of recent coatrlhttt rs to the He.
lew lorm. a roll of rvpreMntatlvc men nnd
women of tb. time. Ineludins; W. h. olsd
tone, J. ( lllnlne, Carillnnl (lllilniiia,
apeakcr Reed, Ha-Mti. sker 1 arliale, W Mi-.
Klnlcy.lr , (luldn. Mmr. Idatt,, (I. ni'ralHher
maa Admiral I'orler, Mmr llluvntakv, T A.
f.dlaon, lllahop H. C. I'otler 111 aalielh a.
rhrlps, Cha. V) Parnell, A J. Hnlfour, I hn
Mnrlcy, Col K. O. Iniferanll, Henry lleiire,
Chauneey M. I)eiew. Kilward llellamy. Pro
fessor James Bryee, Oall ll.mlllun.elc, etc.
SO CBNT8 A Nl'MBBMl S A VUAK.
OW IS TH TIM T SUUaCSIH.
The North American Review.
S Bsst 1th street. New Vork.
Home people agree with The Hun'a opinion
noon, men ana tninfm, ana mmr iieopii-
don't f bat everybody llkea to get hold of the
aaiVavi! to arwak itm snind
never dull and never
lemoerntL know that for twenty yean
The Hva haa foaaht In the front line for l)rnv
oeratlc Drlnciplea. never w a vert n a or weak.
enlng In lta loyalty to the
party It eervee with fcarli
dlalnteraated vigor. At t
diflkred aa to the beat mi
I in lta loyalty to the truelntereata of the
leaa intelligence and
time opinlone have
fflfsUU Of sUvornnllah.
Ing the common purpoae; it la not The
ing the common purpo
ftun'a faait If It haa aeea ft
nun a mm. u is aaa aeea lurtner into tht mill
Eighteen hundred and ninety-one will be a
(fat year In American polltfca, and terry
body ahoald read The Hun.
Dally, per month to an
Dalle, per year ZTSiSS
& TILE COMPANY,
BOARD BY THE MONTH, WEEK OR DAY.
Hlreet ears inss th eloor. Uien h-oni A
for Home Parlies, Ualls, etc All
Phllada. Iplila Krlca
CAUTION SsSTttl SfttJZt
ha. kla aaaaa a. arte. Mamsed aa fcitisak
V. L. DOUGLAS
Slaw Calf Bad Lsteasi Wal.rr..r antm.
TtasSOTllewa sad wearln gusllttasof Sale Aa
7 . y-. . wwiwb niu or iu. ami .
SMaUof "t Ihniaanla of mnalsill wmiS
W for ralirtkavd mnn, 7rtnra, ato.
au mtvia ia uonaiaaa. Button aaa Lmm i
S3 fti SO SUOER . At.
aw -mm - 'aw j bjf bbjbjsi aaaav hailtl
have haan moat favorably malvad alaea mtmdooatl
aad tbe rvweut jmnnivmanta
lo anv abnaa aitli
in at tl
Aak rour Doalar. and if he eannot anDhr roa a
direct to fartory anrkkatag advertlaaa gm at
) iis nrr iinitsj iiisi
POR MALB 11V
17 Pntton Avenue.
11. II. COS11Y,
(Huoceaaor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVIiNVBi
NKXT IHIIlK TO OHANII CBNTRAt. HO.
ll-M HanaWwad. aa .li..1 Sad
uaa 4Maadai rai
Carolina oa tbt fact. Tber was room
Till., ArtllUViLLB, N. C.
lor tht Improvement.
wno am notmng mora tnao sign
!irc u ""uy permontn 0.70
Weekly, one year "
AalaUwM THK .UN, Mew York. I