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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1890.
An advehtibement in
leading paper tkavei.8
ucnduedh op thol'sanoh
of miles between 81' n-
HISE AND SUNSET, AND ON ALL
THE RAILWAYS, RIVERS,
ItOADS, AND CROSS ROADS,
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND
WEST. IT IS UP AND AWAY HE
FORE THE COMMERCIAL
TRAVELER HAS HltEAK-
CinvimiHti Conmu-ninl (luetic
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PKINTINO CO
THI IUII.Y ClTIZKN, I U-mocrntic, la puliliatuil
evcrv ulttnuion hkcviii Miuunvj ul tut tl
lawinn: rales stnrtlr ctth:
Si i Month.
... a. in
Id un enlc nt thr fiillnvvinK plnrt-a in Aalirv Illc
HAT! HKV I'AKK NliWS STANO.
tll.UN KOCK ShWS STANH.
MullUU ClOAK STuKK, Pulton Ave
wEDxiiSDAY. iii:ci:.miii:r u. isun,
No Mure IMilltlca IiinI xow
Tim C'irii:N prints tu diiy iwh litters,
Imm rrt'Hiik'iit Carr atul Snatur tiiiii'c
rcHxtiu'ly. ami the cniiiinriit of t lie
Progressive l'arinrr tliiTcun. The Farm
er stivs: "It in now the duty ol the pen
pic nf North Carolina to initt in t licit
several township uiul indicate tu lluii
n prcsentativt-s in the central nssuuhty
their will, a to whether Senator Vane
hall lie insiruittil to support the suh-
treasury 'plan' or nut."
With all ilue reieet for the Farmer
I (IK CITIKN lichcvcs that there is no
such iliuv In-fore the iieoplc of North
Carolina. Thev arc cnat'il ill eai nin);
a living anil have (,'iven all the time that
suutihl he necessary to politiculipit'slion
of the day. These tpicslioiis entered Itillv
into the campaign closed only a few
weeks no, were disvussiil in all then
lienriiiKS and were settled as far as the
(leople could settle them in the election
of representatives to the slate legisla
ture, iusiructed and tiniusiruclcd.
We say this without stopping to esti
innte the strength of the alliance in the
legislature, lie it more or less, lie it sulli-
eirnt to instruct senator taucv to sui-
ort the sulf-treasiiry plan or not.
We simply waul to make the point
that the eople of North Carolina have
attended to their political duties and
hotthi not lie called on now to neglect
their several occupations at the call ol
the Progressive Tanner or anyone else.
There are more important matters at
hand tit l.uil.liiiu up the malerial iulcicsts
ol North Carolina, in ettinu more pen-,
here, in laiddiuj; schools, churches and
tiik'c politics a rest lor a while.
A Italtiinoie clervMitaii said last Stai
dly; '"The heavens to-day are dark. Dark
est Ahica is more than matched by dark
est Loudon and New Vol k. Starvation
and crime are rampant. Walk the streets
ut a jjrcitt citv like Liverpool, j;t-t a sense
ol the colual wealth ol the in,'c. Look
at the laces, liac,i:.inl ami ciiiliui.il. thai
IhroiiK the streets. The world has not
made such tremendous strides us we
sometimes think. Unite force still reiipis.
The colloss.o jiower of seliish wealth is
still rampant. (,o into the ureal centers
ol civile. on. n. men and women huddle
in rooms uathered touether like wiid
Uasts in their lairs. Darkest London is
far more terrilik ill its awful black lie js
than darkest Africa. Men and women
are starving lor bread in lliillimurc
l'hiladtl.hia ami New York lo-dav."
"Durktsl Africa is more than matched
liy darkest London and New York."
"Unite loree still reigns!" "Men nnd
women huddle in rooms gathered to.
aether like wild Inasts in their lairs?
Are thrse the words of truth mill soIkt-
nrss? They certainly arc not. Thev
eonie from brooding over the sins of the
world w ith no contemplation of llicp.il
crnl eiijoyuieiil of happiness, with
comparison of these time Willi those ol
even DiO years ko. We nilvise the Hal-
limore clergyman to eat sparingly lor a
few days, with more exercise than usual.
He will come out all rilit and find this u
burly well U'haved world alter nil.
Tim ClTut.i's editorial yesterday on
"devoting the puh'ic square to the sale
of knick-knacks" win so effective that
before it appearcil the local editor ul
Thk Cini.N was able to stnte with
that truth and accuracy that ever char-
acterire his performances that "the
Italian Hililtcn who have been riis-
playiiiK their wares within the incloiure
on court i(iiare have been ordered oil bv
SherifT Keynolds nml they now ply their
trade on the curbing in front ol the
square." More power to Sheriff Rey
A dispatch to Tim Citukn yesterduy
hnd sonic news to convey tonn anxiously
uwnitin public about Biu Pool, the
Sioux chief. The tvcs niude us refer to
him ns Big Pool. Let it stand. Very
little riomnnc is done by the error, and
the compositor who made it can have a
vacation Christmas day.
Tiir.Kl! ii something pathetic in the
announcement laid to have been made
by himself that tiencrnl Ucniutnin P.
Hutler will no more npenr in public
Gracious! What is it? Something
pathetic about old lien. Butler? Tell us
what it Is, quick I
Thh English dinner hour hat been get
ting luter during the wholeof the present
century. When the Queen married it
wnt leea o'clock. 8he now dines at
nine. By the time England hai elected
it fourth president he can take dinner
at breakfaiit tune and be in fashion.
Tint farmers' vote m recorded in a
HringfieU, fasuiy telegram to Tub Citi
xkn yesteslny, res ulteJ: Cleveland, 71,
787; Hill, r,118. "'We are surprised at
the aiae of Mt Hill's Kote.
PiatT fall fol tbt onSti-Parncllites, a
victory for dewuqr and Mikity.
THIS ELECTS ZER. VANCE.
THF. AI.I.I4NCK PKKHIUP.MT
MeiiMlor Vance Hays Tliat If He In
Mo liiNtructeU He Will Mupporl
the Hiil.-TrcuMU.rv llun or Re-
from the rroKromive Farmer.
PKKSIIIKKT CARK Til VANCH,
NllVKMIWK '.'(I, IMtMI.
lion. X. I!, lance, Hlack Mountain,
Ikar Sir: After ciirelully consideriiiK
the iolitical situation in our stale, 1
deem it wise t' write you and ask the
following iiiestion: "If the legislature
instructs you to advocate and vote for
the sub-treasury plan of financial reform,
will yon emry oiH said instructions in
good faith?" I lioic that you will un
derstand 1 do not reflect in the slightest
decree on your devotion to the ieoplc ol
North Carolina, bill there are precedents
where United States senators have car
ried out instructions, and also precedents
where they have disregarded them. I
trust thul you will (jive me an answer at
your earliest convenience.
ICi ns CtHK,
I'res't N. C. p. S. A.
si . i ok vanci.'s rkti.v.
I ni i i:ii Status Skxati ,1
Washinuton, D. C , Dec. ti, ls-ui.
Wi:is Ctirr. rivsilctit ,V. (.'. 'urincr' .l
limm; i hl Siuii i.i. V. (.'.:
Di K Sin: In answer to your ollicial
coiiiiutiuicalion of the L'nth nil., which
did not reach me until the 1st iust., I
have to sav that I recognize the old
democratic doctrine ol the right of the
people to instruct their representatives
to the fullest extent to w hich it has ever
iR-cn carried in North Carolina. I hold
that the will of the Kople, clearly and
ouivocallv expressed, must be olieveil
unless compliance would involve there)
resentalive in n moral wrong, in which
'rise it would I ? ris duty to resiuii and
give place to a representative who would
obey, liood faith in the observance ol
instructions and public pledges is abso
lutely essential to a iioernutent oascil
on the popular will.
crv rcsicctltiliv vours,
.. H.' Vaxck.
I NK I'KOORKSSIV i: l ARMKR's OI'lMo.S.
My reference to the correspondence be
tween President Carraud Senator Vance,
printed in another column, it will Ik- seen
that the Senator ugrcei to obey the in
structions of the general assembly, if it
shall "uucipitvocally" direct him to vote
for the sub-treasury "plan" of financial
reform. It is now the duly of the iieople
if North Carolina to meet in their sev
ral townships and indicate to their
representatives in the general assembly
their will, as to whether Senator Vance
shall be instructed to support the suli
treasury "plan" or not. In these meet-
UK there should be the fullest and freest
liscus-iou of the merits and demerits
I tile sub-treasury "plan," with a
iew to ascertaining its praclicabil-
tv. as it scheme ol reform. It has
been said, more than once, that the ma
in ilv ol the farmers in North Carolina
were opposed to the suh-trcastirv bill. If
Ibis opposition exists, now is the time for
t to manifest itself. 1 lie Allianceuien ol
i th Carolina arc impregnable in their
Icmaiiils lor reform. Hut they are not
wedded lo anv sjcvial scheme of biing.
uu it atHi.it. II a belter scheme ol rclortu
an lie devised than the one emlioilicd in
the sub-treasury "plan. I he Progress-
vc Parmer, for one, is in favor of the liet-
ter scheme. This is our position now:
mil this has been our position all thr
w hile. Anv other position, as it seems
o us. would lie irratioti.il.
This agreement ot Senator Vance's to
ils'V t he instruct ions of the general assem
bly in l lie matter ol suimortinu the sub
reasnrv "plan ' should, ami, we doubt
t. will allav all opposition to his re-
lection to the senate, which arose from
lis expressed opposition to the scheme of
reform to which the alliance lire commit
ted. I lie allianers nave it in theirpowcr
to secure tor tncir reiorms me support ol
nncr ny issuing instructions to him
through the legislature; anil it thev neg
lect to secure these instructions it will
not Is.- the Inult of Senator Vance
An Adinniaiie lo Holh.
lidwnnl Run It llnle.
It would l an immense advantage to
l lie Slate of dcorgia, lo receive into the
southwestern counties, or indeed to any
part'ofthe state, organii-d colonies of
the very is'oplc who will die in the next
ten years in Nova Scotia, in New Hamp
shire, in Massachusetts. New York, and
in other Mates ol severe climate if they
do not go south in the next five years,
.V AW 77 CMHlUXA.
Washington Cnzottc: It is interesting
to see six or seven hundred men, women
and children hacking and packing oysters
ill l lie lactones.
Circ.it activity in the timlsrr htisiniss
is noted in the extreme western counties.
Men from the west uud north ure buying
timlxT tracts, nnd many snw mills arc
The supreme court has adjourned for
the holidays, to meet again the lirst Mon
day in January for regular business. The
two days hclore it will devote tu theev.
animation ol applicants for license ns at
Wnrren count v has only had two
clerks of the siix-rior court since 1S17.
Mr. n, tv. Look liclil tne ulhce lor fifty-
one years, from 1K17 until Ins death,
1 HliH. Ids deputy, .Mr. VY. A. White.
win then appointed by Judge Humes to
till an unexpired term, nnd he hat been
elected to the officccvorv venr since. War
ren county is largely republican, vet no
enndidnte they could bring forward has
ever been able to defeat Mr. White.
Dr. Edmond H. Riggnn, aired seven
ty-five years, a prominent lurmcr and
merchant of Mecklenburg county, Va.,
was murdered in his store Saturday
night after dark. Some ncurocs called nt
his residence and asked that he go to his
lore. Later his body was discovered
with his head terribly mutilated. Three
negroes are suspected and have been ar
rested. The murderer only got about
$15 in currency and some goods. The
checks which were upon his person were
Sunford Express: Ore Hill txistntricc
thnt was discontinued some months ago
on account of a boycott by the citizens of
the place, has lieen re-established. The
Jnckson-Hrndy gold mine case thnt was
appealed to the supreme court, hns been
reviewed nnd no error found. Judge
lira ves sentenced tnenronyi, M. H. and
N, I)., to six months' time in the county
jail for"inlling" n gold mine and telling
A. - llf I.- I..-I V I "
it ku mr. i. i, jitcKBun, nc supreme
court decision means thnt the Hradyi
'II . !..!! T-1. , it .
win lujiiii. mere is aisu pcnuingon
the civil docket a suit to recover damages
which will likely come uo at the next
term of Moore county court. Mr. Jack
son has drawn blood nnd now he is after
Simmons Liver Regulator has never
been known to fail to curt all liver dis-
THF.KARNKM OP THK MOVTH.
Where They are Now -A Develop
went KchIIuk on Moral Force.
From the Honnte deflates.
After recalling the plundering of the
South during 'he reconstruction period,
Mr. Voorltees said that, ns the Lord hnd
delivered Daniel from the lion so he had
delivered lite people ol the South from n
den of thieves, nnd had placed their feet
on a mote solid and secure foundation of
prosperity llian ever lieloir. He nh
I enlcd lo tlio just minded minded men nnd
women of the North to extend to the
people ol the South an 0ieu, full nnd fra
ternal confidence to give them fair play
and to treat lliciu as kindred in blood,
heart, hoie, thought, purposes mid de
sign. He iipK'iileil to them to quit their
criticism of the South, not in the spirit of
the force bill, not in the spirit of accusa
tion and distrust, but in n generous,
proper and lofty spirit, which the Savior j
taught lor reconciliation of brothers to
oorhces read entrails from testimony
t,.ken iK'lore the congressional committee
in Ninth Carolina, showing positively
that there was no discrimination against
colored men ill that slate, thnt many of
I he-m were prostHTous land-owners, that
thev had the same school ad vantages as
the whites.andthey were never interfered
withat elections but voted the republican
ticket without interferences. Hcalsorend
the testimony ol colored republicans of
Mississippi to the same effect, and asserted
that ill every one of the southern stales
the negroes had received niorcaud higher
political honors than in all the northern
states put together: ami that, in the
ownership of real estate, in the acquire
ment ol ptiiWtlv til every description,
ami in the possession and used of ready
money, the colored s.oplc of the South
have, man tor man, m comparison wiihi
the colored leople ul the North, beaten
their northern brethren ten limes;
over in the great struggle ol I
life. He also quoted, with high
compliment to Vice President Morton,
the recent ncwspiicr interview with
that gentleman alter bis trip to the
South. The development of tile South,
oorhces said I rested on moral loree, up
right purposes and those principles and
habits of justice which in all ages, char
acterized good government and won the
favor ol tioil.
Within ten years of the close of the
nineteenth century the farmers of the
South were in a condition, by their in
dustry nnd good government, to rescue
the business interests of the entire conn
trv from imiieudiug and overwhelming
So simple yet always ellic.icious in nil
bilious disorders is .Simmons Liver Regu
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GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY. DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DKCKM'R 2.5.
Von nrc invited to cnll cvcr.v iay ni the iYndiiir .lewt'lry
Store nnd exnniine our stock f
ff Silver NovelticH,
SILVERWARE NOVEL.TES, URIC A RRAC, Ac.
Some people nay thnt it in
finer than ever loforo. YOFIt OPINION iH reijucHted.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Ch'li.lTI'.S mnny a new limine ;
HXI.AKilliS many an nld bii'nr.w;
NHVIVES many a ilnll buainc ;
h'liSCI US many a Inn bunincu ;
.s'.t VES many fulling hnnineu ;
I'kliSlikyES manvn largehmineu;
SIXI'KES sneers' in any business.
To uilverti-e Jmliciounlr. use the col
uinnsof"Thedtiien." Everybody reads
it: nnd inproimition to tbc returns it
yields advertisers, itttatet nrc the cheap
est in the country. '
A crrara ofurtsr baklnar oowder. Hliknt
or nil In Irsvralns: atrenjrth If. ff. Onvcrn.
rnrni KftHirt. aukubi 17. uihw, ui-.Hiiy
No ft, K. T , will bt held on Christmsa nlirht
at fl o'clock.
Vlaltuii trntcra rnnllallr w(l
, P. HANDOI.PH,
the Board of Alrlermrn Iec. 10. lHMIi
Be It orrtAlnvd bv tht Mayor and Board of
Aldermen of the city or Athcvtllc, that any
peraoti or corporation, or the acrnt of any
corporation, who hall throw or nut, or per
mit to he thrown or pat, any muse of i
or any other matter drleterloua to the public
health, la the stream known as Town branch,
or any other stream within the corporate
limits of said city, hall, on conviction there
of, be fined twenty -Ave dollars for each and
every offence. The ordinance shall be la force
from aoj alter it rati neat Ion.
C. D. BL ANTON, Mayor.
V. M. MILLER, City Clerk. i
ItK (nviillur ffflrnrv H (lttt
ii mucN io i ho pr n
KkMI iii fi'iiii'tiunil iiii it" t
the Inui-fln ni" I li ti-;U
r .i ii !.i i ! .. !l rll-f It
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)j'r:i!.- In 1 lit- mi:-H il i
l will prove 11 p' '! I'tirt.
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b'...-..luiOrt il II Is must til
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Api li'iil un I . in in. yi innii"'. i o
tsU ii nt lii.l.t lniir. - nr.'sliliiii slw't.
Apt 'li'llt mi I .
sml iiiuitiu.il evii.- iiitinn r tin- i'i'is.
A lilllo lulieii In Hie iii.TiiiiiK luirM-iis
llif iippellte. rleiunes Ilia tuliluch sud
irfMi,Mis tlx rirfsili.
A rnVMtiAN'1 OI'IMON
"I hvt ln " n"l"ili '
(Stilly year, mi luwt nfvfr I'fen l-l W
pitt up a vcgeut'U .''mpoutij tliil wiulq,
Iil Slmmom Uv.r Ktttilaior. ii.raipil
ainltllr. lixly oinvt II. t l.lirto i.liiiti,
tnd at ths tamalimf alii .Inaiaad of-k-aningi
lha disciliva and aailtnilaliva
rwni of tha ayium "
l Histon, M.O.. Wakinlaa, Aik.
stsrhaof 0nulnnaai lsnk forlhs r4
TiK'h -Mark on rrmit of Wrsppar. sno ths
Hmlutitl signsturrorj. H.ZrlllD Ca.la
it d. uu lha aids. Taia uu utlitr
W.A.Bi.aiii. J.V. Huown.
No. & Haltou Avcuuc,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLP STAND
Wt nit- now rt'iid, nnd in
vito mir friends nnd t!i putt
lic P'lit'inll.v tu cull nnd cx
niiiini' niir well sclcctwl stock
Which wo niv offcringntrock
liottom prices, riidcrtiikinj;
a special lenture. ( nils nt
tcndtnl tla.v or niiit.
Telcphoru'.dny To, night (55.
AN1IW liKIIlt. carrfullv prrpnTrd by IchiI
ins mnntien. of thr Anhevillc Imr, ion
hnmt imrrbmrnt nail heavy tint uiukti. tov.
rrinft all nccmmiry paint, Junt out und now
un p-nir ni mv uiiht iii nr n Mii,fii-rv huh
f'ltni.iiiitihit Cw . No. rt North Court iiiniT-
lieniitiful. Home hii.v thnt it in
That we liu vp the LnrnHt
ana went BelecUHl ntock of
in bindiiiicH from thocheniieHt
totreeoulf. Bijcline Topulnr
Auinorn in Hem tor tno t;hil
difii, older Cliildren. and ev
NICE LINE BIBLES.
nil grndeH. I'rnyerH nnd
IlymiialK, (Sold I'euH, &c.
Cnn't be boat for DoIIh,
J OVH, I'JtC.
The tiew Souvenir of Anlie
ville. New work by Dnnninond,
rax vobiHoun.,' juHtin ;5e
J. N. Morgan & Co.,
Hookneller, 8ta doners, &c.
By Hri. Ma Ca Stockton.
COMPOKTAHLB ROOM. GOOD TA1II.K,
No. fl Flint Stmi, Aslitvlllc, N. C.
To Insure chAtiM of adrerticmriiti
rnnnlnfr on mrnlar contract, copy must
bi haniicd in btr 10 o'clock a. m.
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
,t Pation Avenue.
We tithe plrHsure in fltmonmiiiK toour put
rn, uiul tti .ill whcM' purpose it In to innhc
tne Hear frit-ml ur rcltttive huppy on Chrwt-
tnit niuminK by the prcciiition uf an cle
mint nut. that we have nuw a full line of the
ttncfct hihhU ever ImniKht tu tbi market.
t)ur MKH'ialty emlirai-rtt:
t'iH.11 Kiihl unit nilver wntchri,
I.ittlirM' title K"l1 wntihfR.
Je i ry ol vcrv ileturiptitin.
Murlile. brone and walnut cabinet clocks:
htillnw nml lint silverware, gold and silver
hrail canes, Koltl pens and penciln, optical
KOOilw, -VC , Vc.
Atl thewe Kootls are of the very liest nutkr
and obtained from Arm i-lnsH nianulitctnrrrs
We will u.eet competition by olTennK nrtl
Irs of superior quality and intend to keep to
iur house It lonii emiililinhed nnd mieipaivo.
vol vhnrnctcr fur ntriiiKhtuirw urd denlinK-.
We reevtfully solicit n call.
iSuceasur tit C. l'uuhii l
,f. l 11,11 w 21 lATTON AVUNI U.
ki:.I- If STATU Atlli.NT A si LOAN IIKOKHK
No. li North Main street.
Hnd in vrnrs' eiKTicnce In this business In
Chnrltston, S C.
Nt'frr to I'trttt National Hnnk ; Nntionnl
Bnnk t ANhcville, anil Western Carolina
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
II yon have any Noste, Throat or l.ungT
T ( n application I will stud aiminphlelT
descriptive ol Ahrlllr and also the in- f
hnlinfi treatment irtr with list of ques
tions, to lie nnnwcrrd by Ihe patient T
when ordering lloinc T rent men i. This
trrntmeiit t n .rtivtiee a the olfk-r
fPl'ICIM. I'ATION A VKNI'K.
Asheville, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D. f
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
UNCLE OR EN SEUTE.
Visit rs slid Ki-slilcnts will Ami this must
charming anil attractive stofipiDR place.
MKNAOK AND CI'IHINB KUI'AU TO THK
E. H. NIES,
WITH DELMON ICO.
i n i
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
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No. io Court Square.
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name, aa member.
tUFFENERI Of YOUTHFUL ERROM.
Loat manhood, early dicajr, etc., aM., ca. as.
can home treatise free, by addrreen M
low saifsirer, C. W. LBBK,
P. 0. Bos 116, ftoaaoke, Va.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
Iu ino Feet or Central PanHenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern Arst class hotel. Hot and cold
Hltrtrtr itrlla In rvor room. Oocn fire In
room, lunch counter, ciKnr noi news stand
trtc street cars pass uoor every vu minutes,
20 miautea for meals.
RATES, i.oo PKR DAY.
A G. II AIXYBURTON, Prop.
J. . HRTAN nnd WAI.TKR GRKKN, Clerk.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO
HMITH & ROLLIKH, Proprietor!.
We sell all tobaccos at 2 tier cent, commission, while othrr markets are charsTinsT Irom ft.
to ;t er cent, commission.
To the Tobacco Planter tif Western North Carolina and Kt Tennessee:
t ur market has ftillv onenid and wrices are vood. estieiallv on common aradem, and we-
advise early shipmt nts on till common ftmdcs. Havinii the largest, nt st llRhttd warehouse
in Western North Carol! -n. nnd comt etrnt employes, we ituariiutee sat 1st art ion. Thanklna
you for past patronnicc and hoping by hard work and fair dea inipi, we arc, yours truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
FOR SALB BY-
Asheville, N. C.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special Sanitarium for Dlaeaitea of the Lungw and Throat.
I'inc, iiurr tirinklnic water from Mnuntnin
IMtaes with citv main. I'crrcct avatcm or
atrit-tly SMptlc. Hot Wntt-r Hcntinst Svatrm
inc anil Mtam iintne and uouenca. Klcvntura. Hlcctrlc l.lnht. and llclla. Clurn Fires.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE, NORTHERN COOKING.
HI'KCIAL IH HT WHHN NHHIHill.
I'rolruiliinnl aervicra optional with patients, and at moderate rntrs
Prices for lluard and Doom $u 311 to 1 arr w eek.
I'or particulars, address
KARL, VON Bl'CK, 11. D.,
Ashevlllc, North CarollnM.
STRAUSS' EUROPEAN HOTEL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Ateo, lalilc bimrdrra enn Itr acvommfMlatcd.
o'cltH-k a. m. until I m ii'ci.ick 11 m.
Am prcpand lor calcriiiK at shortest notice
My Celebrated Philadelphia Vrlc
Are vte'l knoan. No one enn .nrpa.. ihcm. Am proud to anv I have Ihe Mnrst, tarare.t
Knnuc in A.hcvillc. Inn serve onlrra in Ifin a to n nilnuu-a, such ns II. h. ilamr. De.teis
00 the Ilnll nhcll. I'olllc and att.nllve erni ers. I'leiovd to serve all. Kespvctrullr,
K. HTRAVHS, Prop.
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
tPllKMHRLV IIAKLAMI INN. I
Is located on a commanding; eminence overlooking ANheville and a Biirroandinn. ctMiatry o
rare hrauly for a radius of thirty miles. '
The appointments of the house are conducive to health and comfort.
Elevator. Electricity. Steam Heat.
For the scicntlltc treatment of Nervous and Chnrnk' diaeaee. It la thornaiKhl equlpiieri
with all raodrrn sppllancea Turkish. Homaa and Hu.staa Baths. Klectrieity, Maaanae.
Hwedlah Muvements, all included In price of room.
The Meilhnl Mnnutement will be under the dlrrcllcn of fir. I'. II'. .Vrrlb.. reunllv mt ihe
jMrtmtn SnnHtttrium, nt linnaville, N. V.
ror luriner particulars aaareas,
HISS KMILIB VAl'UHN, Aaticvlllc, N. C.
B. H. COSBY,
iHuciTssor to C. Cowan. I
7 PATTON AVENHK,
NHXT IHKIR TO OKANU CU.NTRAI. 110
TKU AMHKVIM.lt. N. C.
aeitSil I T
Rngllah and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LADIES AND LITTll 8IRLS,
No. 40 Prrnrh Broad Avmuf.
SRS. BURQWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
(For many year. Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon In.tllute, Hsltlavire.)
Aa.latcd l,y a corp. or compeatent teacher,
Home people a aire with The Hun's oiilnions
a hou 1 men an if things, and some itcnplr
don't, but tveryhtirly likes to art hold of the
newsnaiier which is never null anq
afraid to speak Its mind.
iiemocraif Know that ror twentv year
Tne bum nan roHitiu la the front iitw ftie irm,
ocratie uriudnlrs. never wavrrlnvoe m.
cnlntt In IU loyalty tothe truelnteresta of the
party It serves with (Varies Inteliiirnc and
dtslntereated vlffor, At timet 01 rial tins have
qinereo as to inenest means of accomplish'
ina; the common purpose, It Is not The
Hun's fault II It has tees further Into tha illL,
KIpThteefl hundred and ntnetTon will be a
(Trrnt year In American politics, and svery
liody should read Tht Hun.
Iislly, per month..,
I'aiiv. oer year
ftundav, per year
ally and Sunday, per yenr
liailv and Sunday, per month,.
Weekly, one year
AdarcM THR BVt. Mew Tfrk.
Winter Realdetice to IVeaae.
A party deelrinf to eatalillah a WtNTH
HKPIIUKNCB oa the Northern aubarba of
AabcvlUe caa aiatu aa advantajreoua ar
rangement, for term of yean, with owner
of horn., Completely furnished aad eqalpped
aad .ecu pled a eummer oaly. Apply to
derSO dlf CORTLAND BROS.
water anriMhaths and toilets on eeerr floor.
ottice nnd urates in tied rooms. Olffiiw. rflnins
and bar and billiard room on first floor. Hire-
nicnmonn ana uanrine ran roan eattnic Bonne.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
8prinar, and connections for tHimratir par-
llviricc. rluniliine and rVwcrsarc. Httuar keot
and Thon.uKh Vcntilnlion Hot. Cold. Kiev.
BOARD BY THE SOUTH, SEER OR BAY.
Klrret cars i the duur. a from a
fur Home l'MH-a, Ilnll.. etc.
All I ask la
CAUTION ?:r.ZFX ttJX
has hlaaaaMaaaVprToa atamaed oa LmIm,
17 LT DOUGLAO
ta Calf aaa) l.aasd Walainaaf a ll 1.
a 1 ta OHOEfJtfitt..
..Saa moat faenraaty eaneread aSaee saaeaaj
and the rannit jmpmveawnta aaaaa skaas easvaeiar
to any ho M Jthm prl7 "
Aatr your Daatae, ulDaiwal aasaee yaa saasi
w. X boUeLAI.
roa ialr bv
WEAVER A MYERS.
$35; -- sies
17 ration Avenne.