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An apvertihement in a
leading paper travels
hundreds of thousands
ok miles hetween sun
rise and sunset, and on all
the railways, rivers,
roads, and cross roads,
north, east, south and
west. it 18 up and away de
fore the commercial
traveler has hreak-
Cincinnati Commercial timet fe.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-RUHR PRINTING CO.
TmruiiCmin, lieniocratlc, In publl.hed
ercry altemooo teacept Humluy) t the following-
THK UAII.V CITIZEN
la on iialr at the following placea in A.hevlllr:
IIATTHKV I'AKK NBWS STAND.
i;lkn Km k nkws stash.
MOHBL CltSAK RTOKIS, I'attun Ave.
MONDAY. DI5CKMHI5K S3. IHIW.
A Triumph of IroreHH.
Il the world's Htntcmen were tn lie ilc
IHiwil Ix-tunae in private tliev killed to
teniitiitiiiii, many a bri"lit mi ti.nlin
Mar woulil liulc from the tirniament ami
suim-nt the must iinp(irtant triumphs ol
I in r- wiitilil never lie aeliieveil. N. V
Hcnil.l. I'oamhlv : luit we can't help thinking
thai the "most impurlant triumph ol
Iirnorcns woulil Ik In- the reaching by the
iiiman riur id n moral atatulanl bo hioli
j;riicrnlly that the "lirioht pal titular
atari" wmilil liclinve themselves in pri
vate ita well im in public Asiikvii.i.eCit-
Notwitliatnmlitig, Tim; Cmis, we lie
licve. is nil anient admirer ul Grover
Cleveland. Welmter Herald.
Yea. we are; ami are not nsliamed to
sav so. Anil ilova not Mr. Cleveland be
have himself in private?
There were features of Grover Cleve
land's early private life that no decent
man could admire; nor does Mr. Cleve
land Inniacll admire them. They were
hail; and if Mr. Cleveland had
lain mid wallowed in them, ii
he hud not wholly eonfeiwed them and
put them behind him; if he hail nut taken
the terrible punishment for them that
cornea ol lull publicity, we would have
none ol 'him. Grover Cleveland suffered
for his sins and was given a clean bill ol
moral health by the American people.
And to-day the editor, republican, demo
crat, mugwumps or nondescript, that
can again tlirig into Mr. Cleveland's face
his record of years since in HulTulo
mighty low-lived or a mighty thought
less creature as compared with the man
who to-ilav atanils beside Francis 'o
sum Cleveland morally cleat and Ui-
right.a man ol principle and of honor.
There is previous mutenal, worth sav
ins and worth cultivating, in the repent
ant sinner. Mr. Webster Herald, and il
you don't believe it go rend your llible.
Senator llutlcr denied that the fathers
if the government had ever intended to
establish the rule ol the majority. An
unbridled maiorilv he declared to be lies
Hitism. It had many of the qualities ol
a inoli and none ol the restraints ol in
dividual rrHinaihility. It was the con
stitution and laws that should prevail
To claim that the majority should rule
bv reason ol superiority ul numliers was
to claim that dcolism might tnke the
place ul an assembly ol representntivesul
tlic people controlled by the limitations
01 uh; constitution ami inc niw.
Charleston News and Courier.
Well, let u follow this out to its con
elusion. "The constitution and laws
should prevail." And who interprets
them? Why, the supreme court of the
I'nited States. And if that court is tli
videtl in its interpretation ol
n clause in the constitution
does the view of the minority prevail ?
Not so Inr as beard from; and, consider
ing the distinct and growing tendency in
the Inst til'trcti years of the supreme court
of the I lined States to recogniie the
rights of stales, probably, after (ill, the
News nnd Courier is pretty well satisfied
with majoritr rule. So that to "claim
that tlie majority should rule by reason
of siitenority of numbers" i not to
"claim that despotism may take the place
of an assembly ol representatives of the
Majority rule is, unhappily, not perfect
because, alas! the human mind is not per
fect; hut both the human mind and ma
jority rule have served this nation of ours
lairly well anil will do to tic iiploawhile
Carry lit War Into Africa.
Wrdu not know what will become ol
the resolution to hold the nest place ol
meeting of the Southern immigration so
ciety in New linglnnd, but the man who
introduced it had a long head.
The society wants and needs all the ad
vertising it enn lieu To secure, say, 20
columns in each ol the Huston papers,
fur instance, would cost many thousands
of dollars. If the nest convention were
held in that city report of the proceed
ings would occupy at least that amount
ol space and Ik widely circulated, free to
the society, among a very large class of
most desirable immigrants the Ne
Kngland farmer and mechanic. It would
l carrying the war into Alnca to hold a
southern convention in New bngland
and wt hop those who have the matter
in charge -anrss the courage and good
judgement to take so bold step. It
would challenge attention and, more
than anything else, convince a section ol
the country having men and capital that
the south means business and has
strong backing for ber claims,
Cssltr niMbctyctf Orator).
At the funeral of On. Alfbrd Terry at
New Haven, Connecticut, Friday, Dr. T
T. Mnnger who preached the funeral
"It Is the duty of a soldier to be silent
under arru an lions and crrtKisms. lien,
TW-re did not wholly esaarjt a kind
of subdued and qualified criticism in con
nection with the Luster anair in . ioo,
That Custer should have fallen intd such
trap would naturally reflect upon bis
as... navlrta V
"Tot facts la the case bar oerer bev
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22. 181)0.
generally know. Custer's fatal move
ment was in airect viuiauou m uum w
bal and written orders. When his rash
ness and disobedience ended in the total
destruction ot his command Gen. Terry
withheld the fact of the disobeyed orders,
and saflered an imputation, hurtful to
his reputation, to rest upon himself
rnther than subiect a brave but indis
creet subordinate to a charge of disobe
This is astonishing news. And how
will it effect the proposition now before
congress to give Mrs. Custer a pension of
$100 per month? Custer was a brave
man, but the first and highest duty of the
soldier is obedience.
Thh Atlanta Dixie's Christmas num
ber is a superb production. It bus
nn especial interest for North Curo
liuians in that it contains, on page 003,
an admirable picture ol Josephus Daniels,
of the Raleigh Chronicle. Facing page
078 is an imperfect but entirely satisfac
tory delineation of the editor of the Dur
ham Globe on his native heath. I-are
and an old hat sit lightly on his brow
and he wears a pair of boots that ac
count, for his coming into Asheville side
Senator Stewart, republican, of Ne
vada, made a 8Kceb against the force
bill and the New York Tribune sup
presses his remarks. And yet ex-assistant
iostmaster general Clarksun won-
lers why republican puiers are not more
Asheville Cor. Knleliih Chronicle.
This afternoon a lady and gentleman
from a northern state were walking up
the corridors of the Buttery Park look
ing out upon the vast expanse of snow
and shivering at the thought of the cold
ness out among the mountains. The
lady turned to Mr. Teter Wilson and
said: "Why do they call this a winter
resort ?" The patriotic North Carolinan
was ready for her nud said: "Because
winter resorts here." She had nothing
else to say.
Mo Fllca In a Know Mtorm.
Prom the Durham Globe.
The people of Asheville, ouen handed and
progressive, did all that any people could do
to make the strangers within their gates leel
wildly at home. There are no riles on Ashe-
Granville county is practically out ol
lebt, mid will stain get $3,1100 from
Tlic citizens of Murphy very wisely
on Inst Mondnv voted against bonding
the town lor ten thousand dollars. Mur
Rockinuham KiH-krt: It is believed
and wc sincerely hope with good rea
sonthat the liijuor traffic will lie ban
ished from Rockiuglium alter the first of
The board of directors of the peni-
teiitutrv in making their reMirt to
the govei nor recommend that there lie
established in the prison manufactories
ol toluicco and ol laiirics irom line, par
ticularly cotton bagging.
"ireenville Reflector: In his sermon
Sunday morning Kev. A. D. Hunter snul
that during the one year he had been in
this town he hud heard more profanity on
ihcstrcets than he had ever heard in any
other live tears ol his life.
Great numliers of negroes who have
hermit work in the"turiK-iitine orchards"
ot Georgia, are coming home lor the holi-
d.ivs. In not a lew rases their families.
neglected eleven months in the year, have
been a charge upon the community.
At Cnnard's south wharf, Halifax, at
nil-lit ciL'hl men were in a large shed
working on the top ol a neap ol coal
when a large section of the wharf caved
in. So fur as known three of the mcu
succeeded in getting out. The others
were smothered under tons of coal.
1-enoir Topic: Mr. John Z. Neal. who
shot and killed Liville biter in Ashe, laun
der arrest, nnd goes to and from Ins bus
iness in Jefferson with n guard, lillerwus
n "bad man, nnd though outlawed and
a tirice nut on bis head, he went in and
out among his neighborhood, about nine
miles from Jcltrrsoti. as II ne were not
afraid of molestation.
Greensboro has decided by a vote of
five to one that she would not retire the
liopulur "hog pen" nuisance. In some
instances the practice of hog raising
there has lR-en a most nliominithle nnd
sickening not to say dangerous nui
sance, yet the small vote UKn the tues
lion uiiliciiles how little Mipular interest
was tuken in it. Raleigh News and (Mr
tin Thursday night of last week dur
ing a dance given nt the house of YV. It.
Sutton who resides in Shoal creek town
ship, a negro who had Isren playing the
banjo lor the dancers up to the hour of
one o'clock expressed the intention of go
ing home, and upon refusing to stay niter
urgent solicitations was struck on the
head with a large shovel by Sutton which
is reported to have caused his d nihil day
or two Inter. Murphy Bulletin.
A Raleigh telrgrnm says: "A large
snleol lands held by the slate hoard ol
public education has been made here.
1 he purchaser is Charles M. Steaclman.
of Wilmington, who represents a wealthy
North Carolina syndicate. The proarrv
purchased is in tlie Hyde county nnd is
known us Hyde I'nrk It contains HO,.
immi acres and has immense water front.
Fifty cents per acre whs the price paid
for it. Ten thousand dollars was puid
down and notice was given that tlie syn
ilicnie would pay the remaining $.10,imhi
in two weeks. Extensive improvements
of the prosrrty will lie made'
The State grange at its annual
meeting desired an increase in the
free school fund at its annual meet
ing; opposed tlie alien ownershipof land:
opposed national banks; favored the is
suing of money direct to the people on
hind security : favored a rnilroadcommis-
sion, not to injure railroads, but to pro
tect fanners and the citixens generally;
favored the unlimited coinage of silver;
nnd n tariff for revenue only; submitted
tin. Conger Inrd bill to the consideration
of the sult-irramres. with instructions to
send their decisions to their respective
representatives in congress State C hron
k,le. The joint legislative committee, In Its
annual examination oi inc miosa auu
youcherakl the state treasurer found them
In nrrfcet shone. All the state's indebted
ness was promptly met. The balance of
the public fund on hand December 1,
ihhii. wnsta.770. and during the year
ending November no last the receipts
werell,lH3,3o;i. The amount disbursed
during the twelve months was $1,061,
oai. bavins oftlieaeneral fund on band
December t, last, $137,83. The balance
of the educational fund on hand a year
ago was $11,623, and the receipts dur
ing the year were $23,767. The dis
bursements were for the year $0,047.
leaving $20,334 of this fund In the trens-
On slmnkt vet always efficacious in all
bilious disorders is Simmons Liver Kegu-
THIS MEANS BUSINESS.
arWehater Herald: Several important
kaolin nrorjcrtiet have changed hands
through Dr. W. F. Tompkins, during the
past weelt, some Virginia panics ucihk
arnurhnm Globe: We have received
from Mr. Inmes A. Lench, superintend
ent of the Silver Vnlley mining company,
nn account of a large lean oi very valua
ble silver ore at the Silver Valley mines
in Davidsan county. Mr. Leach says
this is the largest and richest deposit
ever lound in North Carolina.
nrRnleiL'h News and Observer: From
all indications the new furniture factory
at Greensboro bids fair to be a success.
The plant consists of two 80x-U two
story buildings, nnd starts off with a
$15,000 cupital, A large number of or-,
ders have been sent in, and dealers nil
over the stole are rendy to take the pro-,
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS.
Richard A. Doucbton. of Alleghany,
it is stated, has already sufficient votes
pledged to insure his election as speaker
of the house.
Robert G. Lewis, died aged til! years.
He was a native of Franklin county, nnd
had lor twenty-live years been a nu-tnber
of the Ruleigh bar.
Mr. Hugh Pnrks, near the Rowan
and Cabarrus county lines, is dead. Had
he lived twenty days longer he would
have lieen OU vears of age. Concord
The Periiiimans Record snv that
Miss I'nttie l'hillips, a most estimable
maiden ludv of Colernint, Bertie county,
committed suicide a few nights since bv
jumping into n well.
Mr. lohn Karris, miol.li-ilir.cn livine
near Pilot mountain, was out gunning
recent I v when he found a sipiirrel in a
tree. He at templed to cut down the tree
when it fell on him, killing him instantly.
Charlotte News: At a way station on
the Carolina Central mail, a lady pas
senger Irom the country raised a window
and stuck her head out to see what the
engine wns blowing lor. Just us she did
so the train sisril ny tlie stiinon anil me
mail-catcher took of) her bonnet ami car
ried n lot of pins ami hair along with il.
She raised a big row and couldn't be
made to understand why she shouldn't
lit- thankful that her head didn't goaloug
with the iHninet.
Why, of lourse.
Prom the Com-nrd Stnndnrd.
A stranger cornea within our Rales;
he's watched, but not suspiciously ; he's
accorded rights that all men may ex
pect; und he's grunted t without formal
legal action I all the privileges of n gen
tleman nnd a man, whether he be Irom
the north, or from the west, or from a
sister southern state. Such is the way
North Carolina treats new comers within
Thanks lo thr lrN.
From the inton I 'ally.
The Winston delegates to the Asheville
convention desire us to return, for them,
their thanks to the press of Asheville for
courtesies, civiltirs and Incurs shown
them, nnd for special luvors at the hands
of the editors ol TlIK ClTIZKN.
Another Name For It.
Asheville Cor. News and Ubservel.
Mr. McKentie'a address was unliUe in Its
way. and will long lie remembered. Me had
been to a late dinner.
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 25.
You are invited to call every day at the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our stock of
If LOCKS. WATCHES,
Pf Silver NoveltieH,
HILVERWAKE NOVELT'ES, URIC A IIRAC, Ac.
Some M'ople say that it is
finer than ever before. YOl'R
The l-acta In a Remarkable Vunv.
from thr Ihirham r.lnlw.
TlicctlitoriifthelilnlwrlrsiiTS to pub
licly nnnounir thnt ilurinu his snjmirn in
Aahrvillv he ilul not vhii the editor of
TlIK Asnvil.l.K Citiikm. The editor of
the Glohr nlsn desires to pulilii-l state,
thnt while in Asheville, lie wns whipped
hy the editor nl Tun Cmzi N. This is
snfhcient explanntiim ol n mutter which
we would rnther lienr no more about.
Simmons Liver KcRtilntor hns never
lieen known to fail lo cure all liver ilis
A errant of tartar baking- powder, ttla-hot
of all In Iravenlna .trrnath U. a. aovrra
mrat Heport. AaRu.t 1T.1HH9. tnl-,,Bitty
By Mr. Mi C. Stockton.
COMFORT A IILB RIIOMo. OOOD TABLB.
No, B Pllnt treet, Asheville, M. C.
decsO (It a,
A fcw varr drsirabte woodl balldlns sites
m.mr tha nrooostd itrett ear Hoe, la lot. or
m a or. and apwarda, aar Carrier's hoUl
at ialpaar Rprings, Apply to
IV tike Up.
If you w:iko up in tlio
mnrni'ny; with si liitiiTor
Kul tiisio in your liumih,
Languor, Pull 1 lomlai'lio,
tioii, t;iko Simmon Liwr
l!.i!;uhitir. 1 1 iwnvts
tin! Kiliou.1 utoniiifli,
RWivtfii tin- lnv.ith ami
oliiifo tlio fiirivil tmim.
Cliililivii tw wll iw ii'lulta
soniot i mi's fat Homi'lliing;
that lois not, iligi'st well,
Itrotlut'int Sour Stomach,
or Sleoplcwiii'ss a good
dose of Regulator will
give relief. So perfectly
harmless is this remmly
that it can ho taken ly
the youngest infant or
the most ilelioate person,
without injury, no matter
what the condition of the
iiyateni may be. It can
do no harm if it does no
good, but its reputation
for 40 years proves it
never foil a in doing good
TW not tmpnKi'il upon!
I'xHm.m tt w thin vuu i In Kcnuiiie,
IMMtitik'uMiK. (roin all frmu.H nud iinitiitnuiH
I'V our uit Z tr il'-mrtrk ni front nf Wnip
prr. t.n ) niilc the Hi'ttl him I nij:natiirt' nt
j. It Zt-ilin tie Co.
W.A.Blaiii. .I.V. .Shown.
No. ,J Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR S OLD STAND
WViuv mow it'inly, uihI in
vite our fricmls tiiid tln pub
lic p'lM'i-ally to mil and x
niuiiK'our well si'Ioi'ttti stock
Which wc nrc offci ingntrock
bottom price. lTii(lt'rtkiiur
a specinl feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, nitfht (5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
benutil'ul, some say that it is
OPINION is requested.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
That we liave the Largest
ami jSest seliH'teil stock of
in bindings from thecheapest
to tree calf. Hit? line, Popular
Authors in sets for the ('nil
dren. older Children, and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES,
all jfrades. Prayers urn
Il vimials. (iohfPetiH, Sic.
Can't be beat for Dolls
'1 lie new Souvenir of Ashe
New work by Druniniond
'Pax Vobiucum,' justin io,
J. N. Morgan & Co.
Booksellers, Stationers, &c.
By virtue of a deed of truat executed by
lohn Cameron to me a. tru.lee iM.rlnii
rifitr the lHth riav of Decrmtier. 1HN3, and
reaUlered In the ollic. of the M.Kl.ter of
Deed, of lluneombe county, North Carolina,
In Bonk 4 of mortvairea and deed, of tru.t
on nave. 4S7 anil 4oH. drfnult h.vlns been
made arid dr and upon mrhavlnitliecnmiide
a. required, I will aell th land dcwrllied in
aald deed of truat at public auction to the
hixheat bldderfor ca.h at the court houai
door in a.heville In mid county on Monday,
the Uild day of December, 1090, at 1 a o'clock
aald land Is "ttuated la the eaatern portion
of Aahtvlll on Hollywooa itmi, near ioi
leire .treet, adlolnlng land, ot P. M. Miller,
Mr.. Long, Mrs. H. O Steele ana other., and
contains nine-tenth, of an acre, more or lex.
aovaadWt A. t, II'MMUi, iruriw.
l or a short 1-inie we are
able to i H'fer
S?rl: tM INDUCEMENTS
In pur'-lmsiTs. We have n
H A T
a little' off srvle at extreme
ly low rates. Now is your
opportunity for a great oar
gain WEAVER & MYERS.
THK SlIOlv STORE
,t t'uttoii Avenue.
tt v tiikr ph-naiii In Hnnonniini! tinr pill
r.-n-, mill li all wtinar iiurin II la to mat,
urn- ilrr friiml or relative hnpiy on CI;rll
il. murium: by thr tircM-lltatmn in VI tu
mult ull'l. Unit wi-1""'!- "" I"" ll"c '" ""'
,,-.,1 i-vrr hrmiuni to tnio niiirni-i.
inr i.iri-lalt.v cinliriuoi:
i nm' Kiilil anil ilvrr wati lic
l.tnliiV line Knld wiitt-tii-H.
It-wi-lr.v uf i-vcrv ilcoripliuli
MiirM,'. limine and walnut i-alilnrt rliiclm:
illnw ami lint silverware, K"lil nnd tllvrr
-nil t-nat-, uolil iwn. and H-nclls. optii-nl
u.iil.. titc. Are.
Ml thru. koimIk nr. of the very lict make
uml obtaineil from firm rlnw maniilactureni
Wr w ill niett enniK litlim ny ullenntt Hr.
leu of nunerlor qunlilv und Intrnil to keep to
oui houw it lonu ,nt:illllied and unenulu
eal chnratter lor .trainhtlorw nrd dealing..
Wc reapevthilly "lii-it n call.
B. H. COSBY,
Ittueeraxor to C. Cowan I
dectndtw 27 IWTTHS AVH.M H.
RliAL HSTATU All i. NT AMP LOAN HKOKBK
.No. 3 North Minn .treet.
Uml IO venr.' rM-rleiu-e in thi. bu.ineMin
f....p. M,n S t
Keler to l-lmt isaoonni iliir; .-.m,,.i,m
llnnk ol Aahevllle, anil Wenum Carolina
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you have nay Now, Throat or Lunii t
tin appllration I will kiiii a luimpniet T
X dcKriptlvc of A.hrvllle anil alau the In-
hallnii trcnttn.nl free with li.t ot que J
J lion, to lie an.wered by the patient T
when onlerlns Home Treatment. Thi
trrutmrnt ia a. effective a. the offlci
OHFICIt NO. M I'ATTUN AVUNI'H,
A.hcvlllc, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN. M. D.
S T AT 10 N INN
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
SINGLE OR EN SEUTE,
Vl.it r nnd Kralilrnta will And thia a m
charintnu und ntlrurtlve atnppliiK ptiiee.
MltNAIIK ANU Ct'lSINII HUI'AI. TO Til
E. H. NIES,
I. ATH WITH DKLMONICO,
FISH AM) OYSTK
CONSTANTLY O.N HAND.
J. K. RF1CD & CO.,
No. 10 Court (square,
oct'JU d vr
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., I V. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, except Sundays, from 10 s. m.
until I p. m., and S until 1 p.
The terra, of subscription are: One year
a ; (I mo.., St 110: S mos., SI 1 1 mo., flneta.:
dally a cte.
Officer, ror tHBO- President, Charlr. W.
Woolaey; Vlec-PretJdrnt, Thoa A. Jonca; Sec.
and Treaaurer. D. Watann: Lllirarlnn, Ml-a
B. J. Hatch.
Clrtiens and Tlaltor. are cnrdlallr Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inacrlltr their
name. a. mrmhrra nn-'li.'!'
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORlT
Loat manhood, early decay, etc, etc,, can as.
cure home treatise free, by sddnssins a ft-l
Ion sunerer, C. W LUKK,
P. O. Bos Sid, Roanoke, Vs.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Ccntrol PuKsentfer tH-pot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A morifm flml ilntm hutil.
lint iuhI ciilrt w
lili'ctric Im IIh in tutv nnni.
oiM it iir- in othec
it ittH Mtiil
om. luncl. i-fiiHiirr, nturm
riv ntnt i inr iiu."!i- r
KA'I gi oo PI U lAV.
A, iSAi.LVlll R'l N,Prop.
IIMI AM Hiitl I.TI H HKI N, CH rkM.
FOR THIS SALIC OF
HlrllTH & HOI.I.IKN, rroprlflorw. ,
We aell all lulmivo. nt !l tar cent cninmlfaion. whili nlhir nmik.la nr. t luirKinK lioni fife
tn :l ier i-ent comnii.Hinn
To the Tolmeeo I'lnntrra ol tVcau ro N..rtli iiri.lmii unit i:at mnewti
iiur iniirkri hna lull onein il nnd priiv. lire iiim.iI. eu.iinli on .-.million itrndi-a. and e
mlviae i-nrly ablpmi nt on nil c min..n Krinl,a.
Weatcrn Norlhcuroii a. miiiiiiiiiii-'niii'"i,;' ' ".."
u lor pnat pniromiKi- und 11 nn hy hnnl work and Inlr di n liu-a. c ore. yours truly.
SMITH & KOI 1. INS.
.....FOR 8ALK IIV
AKheville. N. C.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
(special Maiiitarlum for IHneaHCf of tlc I.uiikm and Throat.
I'lne, pure lirlnklnK water from M 'UHnin
poaea with eitv mnina. rerlrel a.taiein ol llywic
.irii-tIV n.rpilC. nvi nRirrnrnunii .,.im
trie uuil Ktc.nl llutb. and tlouehe. Hlevntom.
rrofraalonnl wrvUt-a optlnnnl with patient.,
I'rlresfor Hoard and Koom
r or partieuiura. auunaa
STRAVSS' KUROP1CAN IIGXIX
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Al.o. tahlr Iniardrr. can lie accommodated.
o'clock a. m until ill o'rUH-it tn.
im lirrpareU ,or entenntt a anonrai nonce
My lelvtiratvd Philadelphia "rlis
Are well kmnvn. Nn one run aitrpnea 'hem. An' proud tn aav I have Ihc W-cat, lliritcat
Knnue in Aihevillc. fun are vr onlefa in Irom It to n i. uiilt.-, aui n na l-iah. l.nnr . Oyster.
on the Hull Hhrll. I'olilc anil atlinlive will
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
ll'OKMUKI.V OAKI.ANH INN. I
In located nn s commniidlnu eminence overlooking Aahcvlllc and a aurroundlnn country o
rare licnuty for s rndiua of thirty n.lle.
The appointments of the house are conducive to henllh nnd comfort.
Kit-valor. F.I-otrlclt. Hloam Htal.
I'nr the aelrnlillc trtulmcnl of Nrrvoua and Cl-ronle illaeiim It I) IhorouKldy conlpiicd
with all mod, nt applinncra Turklah, Human und i u-lun Hath., Klrctrtclty, Mnaanue,
Hwetll.h Morrmenta, nil liu-liided in price of mom.
The Mrilhul .Wijii iMriit will Ii under the direction of llr I'. IV. .Vcrilia, recently cf the
Jmkiton SititHtnriunt. nt llmiavillc. N. V.
l-'or further piirliculnra aildn-aa,
niMHKMII.li: AVUH9i, Akhcvlllc, N. C.
B. II. COSHY,
(Hum-wnr to C. Cowaii.l
7 PATTON AVKM'K,
NKXT IHIOR TO II ANII CUNTKAI. HO
THL, AWIIHV1I.I.H. N. I
KnirllHh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLl(IIRLS.
Nn, Ml I'renrh Hroad Avenue
MRS. BURQVYYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
1 For manv vrara Aa,M-laie Principal of kit.
Ve'mon In.lltiite, rtaltlmore.l
Aaalated bv i iop" of entnin-nlent teaeliera
Humr iiroplr Krrr wtlli Thr Hun'n iiptiilnrtfl
ItlHIIIl nit'll nnu innm, hum mtnnw mum
ilon't t hut every ttfid llhw to it-1 hnM u( thrlfQ SO iRUOE-lfc ittBi
nrw-iiitiwr which in nrvcr ttull ami ttrvrr W mmt OnVbO LADIKI
nfrnltl to nfwalt lt mind.
Iicmocmtt. know thnt for twenty yrn
The Hun him Umnht tn the front I Inr fnr km-ocrtttlc-nrttirtplm.
never wAvrrfiitf or wenh
enlntr IttlU loynllv tothe trurlntrrreU of the
pnrty Itirrvn with fcnrtrM (iitelMu''tice and
illnlnterrtHffl ylnr. At ilmci oiilnioni have
dltTcml nl to he bent nienni of ucvoinpllnh
frtfi the ecmrnnn pnrioM; It It) not The
Hmi'B fnult If It ha Men further Into the mill
Hlithteen htinrtrerl and ninety. one will !
ri'Ht yenr In AmtrUiin I'outUt, ami evtry-
linilv nhottlii tTml 1 he Hun
Itrllv, per innnth 0 f0
lMilly. per year , A.o
Himdiiy, per year I.oo
(rally and MuiuIhv. er yrnr A.Co
tnllv and Humlny, er month.. 070
W itltly. one year 1.00
Atlflre-M THK Mf . Mow Vorh.
rV Inter Renlclciice to Ieiic
A party dmlrlna to i.inl.llth a WINTKK
kltHll'hNCK on the ' orthrrti uhurh of
Ahvllle can miik! an atlvnntaKeoiit ar
ranacment. for Unit uf rtira, with owner
of hnm Completely furnlnhed and equipped
and occuplrd In uninuf unly, Aujily to
dra0 Utf CUMTLAN I) ilM).
aim urntm tit m o r'int mfmi-
liAtr itiiii tiilliftrd i 'ton nn i'tnl Hoi.r. lilt.
I'limn; Hie UirK. at. I- t iikiii.-.i wiii.-ii..ii-
& TILE COMPANY,
F O. Hox 426.
Kprln. nnd nmnit-llona for lume.tli- pur-
- e. i-iiiinoiiiK ni'.i w iimr
V .. .. ...
Hie, trie l.ulil. nnd II. Ha. il-n Urea.
and at moderate rntea
l- to ln kt neck.
atrr nnitj bHlhs nnd tolli t. .n uti
RICK, BI. !..
AHcvlllc. North c'iirolina.
BOARD BY THE MONTH. WEEK OR OAT.
Htnet car pita, the door. lKn Irom It
n,r iuin:r i-iiru.. onnw, c,v
All I aak i.
era rieusr.! lo aerve all. Heap cllullv.
Ii. HTKAINN, Prop.
rSTTTTrtV w. I,
r M as sat . sanat rff tftsl
huN hUnMiur unit price tKttsirl mm hmitm
W. L. DOUCLAS
The ciMilrivno ftntf wmrttiff qualHlMef ttita ahnt)
wnnot M tM'ttnr umiwii than bv um itrmiji l
SnVBW IU UUHWUCU Oi MaW WW
i popular rtom.
! MaJM Ii
hiiTe htsM moat raeorahly tfoalvd alam totenducMHl
and the iwnt jmpniTKmenu make laaam tawrtuff
Id any tiHjo1d ai the prtoea.
Aik ynur rft)1ne, mrt tf hm oadbv mtnff rem aaad
direct to fwtory enrkNtiof adeartliad prfcay at
fliR SALB BV
WI5AVKH Sk MYERS.
I g -ra H ,
17 Putton Avenue
Ik .00 fieaslaa llsadew4. as ilimai st
Mrh.li drra. H&j, which aonunaail. MmU.
llM lf.a..wMl VV.Il. rn. ea2 skos
op uaaquallrd for rtrla and durability.
a0 (lo.Sr.ar Writ to lbs euodart Snoa
a Muia. .1 a nouulu arteaw
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