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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2G, 1890.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN:
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An advertisement in a
LEADING PAPER TUAVEI.H
HUNDREDS OF TIIOl'SANDH
OV 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 HE
FORE THE COMMERCIAL
TRAVELER HAS BREAK
FASTED. Cliu-intuttt Commrrviiil Oiut ttc.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLI'H-KEKK PRINTING CO
Tim Daily Cituhn. Iicmocrntlc. 1" piihllahed
every altcnuHiu (except uatlu.v ' ui me 101
lowing- ruttfH amcny vmn;
TIIK DAILY 11TIZKN
In till mile at the followinK plucv. ill AnttcvNte
C ITlZliN 1 1 r f ii. .
1IATTHKV I'AKK SHWSSTAMI.
tll.KN KIll'K NKWS STASH.
MOHKL CIGAK STOKli, I'ultun Ave.
I-HI DAY, MvClCMBKK lili, lS'.Kl.
HliukHiiT; mid Hoiit'D,
A New Yorker who him lx-vii.il in likely
excluded I'rnni what he ciilln Inn'' tonci
society in New York citveudeiivors to ur
raiun it hv lHiiiiliiiL: out that "in the
lashionahle sets ol New York, tin
wouldn't tolerate a play writer like Shak-
scare if he were living now; they woiihl
ikspise a n inter like lien 1'rankliu; the
pri'iit inventors were eoiunion lellow
wluise presence they wouldn't endure
Do vuu suppose that poor John Milton
could have Kt into their society? The
great composers and artists would never
have been invited to their parties."
And if the grail composers had been
invited they would not have now, neith
er would Sliaksiicrc were he on I-'ilthave-
tine these davs. Wliv? He-cause he would
not there have found congenial spirits.
That's all there is to it. I-'ashionalile so
ciety is lor those who like that sort
thini;. The society of wits mid the high
Iv intelligent, where one's amount and
(pialitv of brain determine his standing
and degree of enjoyment, is so much tiller
n thing thauthe siKx-taeularpriK-esstonol
money in swallow-tailed suits. -mil gowns
too brief at the top and nil on the lloor
at the iHittom that no mail of sense ever
thinks of envying any one who is in
fashionable society and no where else
Shaksicre not "in society" in New York
to-dav, would lie far from being alone. He
would as certainly find men whose coin
paniouship would Ix- agreeable, whether
their clothes litted them or not, as n
flower is to ti lid the sun. It is not likely
that he would even know Mr. McAllis
ter, he ol the 1111, lint the bright minds.
the original jiersonalitics would lie
around him in delightlul plenty.
We doubt if Macau ley was ever consid
ered a member o fashionable society, but
the intellectual iVugrnuce of the Holland
house In m in-1 of w its and brilliant con
versationalists which he ilomiiialcd sur
vives in vivid memory, if we may
phrae it, to this day. And so ill every
large cilv, us in many small ones, in our
own time, may be louud intellectual cir
cles vierc one's mind is shnrH-ucd
and brightened and reliesbed by the con
versation of mcu and women who coiih
not shine in fashionable society but win
have none the less hisscskciI more valua
ble tialilick than ever contributed to the
success ol a germaii or added to the su-
wrlicial enjoyment of a "4m" ball.
A few years ugo Henry Ccorgc dritted
into the editorial rooms of one of the
ncwspiqiers ill a large cilv. Modestly in
trodiaing himself, conversation was
opened with the hall dozen members ol
the stall over the midnight lunch. There
wns u lire of iiicstion, criticism ami com
incut, periods of prnlound listening as
the philosopher uuloldcd n theory i ami a
free interchange of opinion till the morn
ing sun paled the electric lights. That
evening there was given to Mr. Ceorgc
u fashinable reception at which he licanl
several names he would never hear again
or care to, receive! some empty compli
nicnts anil wns generally bored within
an inch of his life. There were ierliaps
some heart burnings among those of the
' 110" who were not asked to Klteuil the
reception, but of that knot ol men who
met Mr. Ceorgc in that dingy ncwspniier
office no one regretted that he was not in
(enerouHly Fell snd (IvuvrauHly
Our friend Ashe of the News and Obser
ver wns an observer of the recent con
veiition, and took time not only to note
the transactions of that body, but also
to extend his vision over Ashcville. He
"We found Ashcville much changed,
greatly imiirovrd; indeed unite n different
city from the Ashcville ot former clays
both in buildings, in numbers and in the
personnel ol her icople; but in our old
time Iricnds, we found no change; kind,
hospitable, and attentive, they remain as
'of yore,' and we beg to remark that we
cordially appreciate nil their goodness."
These ire the broad generous views of
a true North Carolinian who delights
to witness the advancement of all part
of his native state who sees no Antago
nism in its widely separated cities; who
recognises nothing but generous rivalry
in their eflbrtt to surpass eneb other;
and in the cities of the east and of the
west ii delighted with the asiect of so
many jewels adorning the lone of North
Carolina. Like others who have not
visited Ashcville for same years, Capt.
Ashe notes the striking changes with
. amniement, but without envy or dispar
agement. He sees only that which In
flames his pride as North Carolinian,
and rejoices that the star of the west
bines in such transcendent brilliancy.
In one thing Capt. Ashe might hove been
assured that there was no change. His
old friends turn to him and cling to him
with Increasing affection and respect.
Towards him there is . no shadow
of change. In the multifarious
vocations ol the convention, la doors
nd oat of doors, there was Utile oppor
tunity for the display ofst hospital-
ity, or even attention, nil would have
been delighted to extend to him. Vc are
surcCnpt. Ashe appreciated thesituulion.
The paragrnph we quote proves that.
And we quote it as among the pleasant
echoes of an occasion which brought so
many North Carolinians together to
witness a progress in Western North
Carolina not conceived of bv all of them,
ami to gratify them with the evidence of
how splendidly and successfully our Star
of Kmpirc has westward taken its way.
In i.am.i ai-k that is probably more
pleasant to give than to receive the
Winston Western Sentinel says Tin;
CrnziiN detached n sentence .from the
body of one of its articles for the purpose
of iK-rvci ting the meaning of the writer.
We have ie-read the Sentinel's editorial
from which we made an extract and
coiiiincnlcd on it, ami we fail to see that
we have done the Sentinel an injustice or
"garbled" its editorial. It is possible,
however, that we have done so, and we
suggest that the matter be referred to
President Caldwell, of the Statcsville
Landmark, for an cxiert opinion. If he
decides that Tin: CmznN is guilty as
charged we promise to print his finding
in the case and apologize to the Sentinel
Tun President's nomination of Judge
II. II. Hrowu to fill the place on the su
preme lieneh left vacant by the death of
Itidge Miller has this in particular to
commend it: Judge Ilrowi has had
large cxicricncc in trying admiralty cases,
and there has been m man on the su
preme Ih.'iicIi with this csieeial experience
and training. So that the nomination is
a lit one in one way at least. We hope
il will prove to be equally lit in tunny
other ways, while, at the same time, it
is to lie regretted that abler judges were
Miss I-'kaxci-:s Ii. Wii.i.akii, of Chicago,
president of the National Woninn'sChris
tian Teniieraiice Union, has written a
letter in defence ol S. A. Kcan, the Chi
cago banker. He failed last week, and
lias lieen arrested for accepting deposits
when he knew the bank to Ik- insolvent.
He is also charged with other dishonest
acts. Miss Willard's defence, in the main,
is that Kcan was a prohibitionist. Hut
it is evident he was iiiteiiiwrate in the
use ol other jx-oplcs money.
We iiavk not heretofore had a very
high opinion 'if the Knoxville Sentinel,
hut it approvingly copies one of Tin-:
Citizkn' editorials and we pronounce it
the licst evening paper in Tennessee.
Such is the i licet ot a little flattery.
Women are fascinating creatures vet it
is treading noon eggs all the time you
arc dealing with them. They receive the
unvarnished truth as if it was a rcdhol
bullet. iMicktown, Tcnn. Kcportcr.
1 1 1 . l . I ! what hit vuu?
I'roduclM, Not Men.
I'ri-ni the I tir)iam lilt, lie.
tiovernor I-'owlc ill, ill his message to
the legislature, warmly urijc an appro
priation of S'.'.'i.imiii lor the proier ex
hibit of the state's resources at the Chi
cago exposition. This is in accordance
with the ideas of the slate board of ngri
eultnre. And there is a very general be
lief that the appropriation should carry.
North Carolina could not exiend $!i5y
oiiii in a Utter way. The bill, however,
must read that products must lie exhib
ited instead ot representatives, as is olten
the case in such things.
A' 77' CM KOl.fsZlFi LKS.
Statcsville Landmark: Mr. W. P.
File has signified thai he will Ixgin hia
meeting here Sunday, January !'.".
Kcccnlly l'r. ('mode, ngeil 7.", married
Miss I'ocia llolhlield, aged 'S., of potest
City, says the Chnrlolte Chronicle.
And now the iiuestion is, Why didn't
. P. S.i in er Caldwell. of Statcsville. come
to tlie convention .' lie wnscxpcclcil anil
W. II. Haywood, once a senator of
this state, alter his election, was in
structed mill resigned. He did not sec
his way clear to follow the instructions.
That is the only case oil record ill North
Cover nor I-'owlc is in Ccorgctown, S.
C, to SM'iid the holidays us the guest of
prominent South Carolinians. This
tonus a narrow escnw from tinning out
what the Cover nor of North Carolina
would sav to the governor ol South Car
olina tinder certain conditions.
The sherilFs office of Mecklenburg
comity docs not carry with it n salary,
nut Hciciiiis upon tne lees ol tne tunce.
Shcnl) Smith, alter giving the office n
lair trial, says that he can't make a liv
ing at it, and as soon tishcciinhnd some
thing else to do lie intends to resign.
Charlotte News: The clothing of Lucy
Wallace, a pupil of the Snrdis school, in
missing bv the oiien fireplace became ig
nited mid almost instantly a blaxe en-
veloiwd her. Mr. I-.. II. Walker, the prin
cipal, lore the burning clothes from her
IK-rion. Miccscnpcu witiiotii iniury, mil
the teacher's hands were badly burned,
several lingers being charred to the bone.
I'EKSOXS AM) PLACES.
Hknky M. Stani.s.v docs not converse
freely about Ins plans for the future, but
people who know him say thnt he will
never again indulge in on African adven
ture. Tim pnizk echo hns been discovered hv
a southern newspaper in n Kentucky
cave, riliout "Hello, Mmitli:" and it will
answer, "Whntatmth do you mean?
fourteen distinct times.
Mmk. Carnot hns retiuircd the mnyor
of tlie twenty nrronditsrmcnts tit Paris
each to draw up n list of twenty widows
having the largest number ot children,
whom Mme. Larnot ucsires to nelu on
New Year's Day.
TliK Right Rev. Frederick Courtney,
lord bishop of the diocese of the lipisco-
ihI cliurcn in Novn ncotm, wuose illness
las been announced, is said to lie suffer
ing from Itright's disease, and there it
but little bost of his recovery.
William CiiAMnitMLAiN. a Chicago
vouth. successfully fought ofl'a desperate
burglar by bombarding him with jurs of
rnspocrry um. tic nnisuca mc lusuouc
with a bottle of catsup, The robber es
caped, leaving no clue except a trail of
nm ana catsup tnat reacnen to tne gate.
CULONKL KlCIIAKO DaLK, of Philadel-
nhin. is the nossessor of the sword nre-
sented to John Paul Jones by Louis XVI
nH manv of tones letters and other
relics. Colonel Dale Is tilt grandson of
Commodore Dale, who was ones' first
lieutenant in the action between the Bon
Homme Klchard and Herapia.
The bile Is removed, the bend cleared
and digestion restored by Simmon Liver
Cherokee Scout: Making pins for
shipbuilding is quite nn industry in these
parts. 1 he uincx locust oi which tney
are made is not distributed over a very
wide area of country, anil tor that reason
is highly prized wherever found.
The Durham Sun snvs fire deal roved
the main building, gymnasium and ar
tillery shed of the lliughani school. The
buildings were fullv covored by insurance
and will lie replaced at once. 1 here will
lie no interruption in the progress of the
All alung the lllue Ridge the snow
was ui mut eight inches deep on a level
and the wind drifted it in places as high
as ten feet. The turnpike road was im
passible for twentv-foin- hours and the
mountain mail did not reach Lenoir on
Wednesday. Lenoir Topic.
Cbadboiirn News: In this county
near Cherry drove on Wednesday night,
lice, loth,' Coleman Strickland, Lsq.,
was called out of his house by the whistle
of some one. He did not return ami next
morning wns found within tilt v yards of
the bouse most brutally murdered. No
It w ill lie remembered that on iidge
Shipp's death Ihegoveriiorcoiiimissioiird
Judge Whitaker to hold the courts ill
judge Shipp's district, but Judge Whit
aker alter trying a case at Rockingham
on the point ln'ing made that he had no
jurisdiction, adjourned court without
passing sentence because he thought la
wns without jurisdiction. The supreme
court now holds that even if the gov
ernor's commission was invalid, yet as
the Judge was holding the court, he was
a ilv ;iclo judge and had he pronounced
sentence, it would have been valid. Hut
they further hold that the governor had
the right to commission him to hold
these courts nnd his jurisdiction was per
lect. Much interest is manifested in I In
decision. News and Observer.
lvliiic Away Ijtncl.
I'rnm the ConenrU Stamliird
The state board of education has just
closed a sale with ex Lieut. Coy. K led
um ll, representing a real estate agency
of Wilmington, for Htl.OdO acres of hinds
Iwlouging to the state educational fund
and lying in Washington, Hyde nnd Tyr
rell counties. The price per ncre was
tortv-live cents, or about $;M!,ooo for
SO. i ll ill acres of land.
Their is no immediate cause for giving
away this laud, even if now it is worth
nothing lor agricultural purposes. Forty
rive cents isnoi enough cr acre for the
poorest laud in the state. Just think
the amount from the sale nihil, HIHI acres
of land, divided among the counties of
the state, is only $:I7".
The Prenldent Mlept.
From the Progressive Farmer.
All Associated Press dispatch went the
rounds Inst week to the cll'cet that Presi
dent Polk mid others held a meeting in
Florida on Mondav night nnd decided
not to rail a meeting of the third partv,
etc. President Polk wns at his home in
this citv and sound nsh.cn at the time
I-'roni the tiurhum Sun.
Whether he or she Ix- n paving sul
scrilicrorn delinquent, we wish them a
pleasant nnd joyous holiday on the com
How They Do Talk t
Prom the Concord Slumlord.
The Ashevllle Citizkn In a tirnt elnss, hiKh
toned. htmlinK. honest nnd newsy dnily. The
reports of the esidiins of the InimiKratton
convention were full, complete nnd good
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEM'R 2.5.
You me invited to call every da at the leading Jewelry
Store and examine our stock of
f LOCKS, WATCHES,
rf Silver Novelties,
SILVERWARE NOYEL,TES, BRIC A I1RAC, &c.
Soni penplo nay that, it is beautiful, Home ay thnt it iH
finer than ever before. YOUIt Ol'IXIOX iw reiietstHl.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Prom thr Kntmvfllc Journal.
Thr theory of pro tret ion In tN in tht pro.
lection t nriiry to cqualitr thr higher
WAKfR pnlri In this country with the lower
HKM paid In othrr count rlr.
Hhc Will Not Korircl.
Prom thr WllmlnKton Mrmirnffrr.
Whrn North Carolina forffrtn Vooi-e and
thrmrn oftHOt'S. Ichnhod will be written
upon her banners and her right band wilt
foritet It cunning.
A cream of tartar baking powder. HlgnMt
of all In leavening atrength U. H. Oovern
mrnt Keport, Auguat 17, lMHtt. tulfx11
TJTHE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
"M.U.C." Clin-. ionrl,iPi .1,-1
rtlmt In I to 8 IMn, wlilinni fain.
I'rtiTnnc ntrii'iurn. i;i,ntiiln. nn
norlilnr pnlmnnun unlHUnni-.. unit
In RiitirnnimHl nhnnliicitly liiirnih'.N.
pMnrrlbl by nhyalflliin.. Ht
rlnmfiwA wlthnmifi fioltlu. I'rlnr-il
HnUi liy ilniKKliiu, Itownni off Bun.
FOR BALB MY
IUV10H IMITH. MHEVILLI, W. C
tUFFEREM Of YOUTHFUL ERRORS,
homi manhood, omrly dtca, tte., etc,, can aa.
cam hooM trr.tlM tut, by aiMmalaa; M
low affirm', C. W. LHBK.
P. 0. Boa 116, Moaaokt, Va,
Ts tho Oripntal salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without, a
healthy Liver. When tho
Liver 18 torpid tho Bow
els are sluggish nnd con
stipated, tho foo l lira
in the stonwoh tindi
rrpptod, poinonirn: I ho
Wood; frequent luvni iili
ensues ; a feeling of law
tude, despondency .ti. I
nervousness indhit 1' '.:
the whole system is d
rangnd. Simmon f ' '
ltogulator has been ll-
meaus of restoring i. :
Eeople to health p'
nppiness by giving tin in
a healthy Liver thrm nr;
agency known on earth.
It acta with extraor
'dinary power and efficacy.
NIVEK St IN DIIA'POINTIO.
Ass general fsrolly remedy for D.vswr'1"
Torpid Liver, Couitlpttlon, etc.. I hum I
ever u nnvthlng elw, snd linve m-vr
boet, disappointed In His effect pro.lu'-.vt
It sef,mi to lis almost s perfect euro for t
dlssssss of Uif Htoiuseli snd llow.'ln.
W. J. McKutOY, Mucuu, U.'
He not Imposed upon!
Hminilne to see Hint voll get the genuine,
liistinKUiHhetl Irotu all Iniiiils Ulld iiuiliitions
by our red X tr de-niiirh on front of Vrni
ikt, iiml on the side the seal mid signature
J. H. Zcilin A: Co.
W.A. Ki.Aiit. J.V. HitowN.
No. 31 Patlon Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We arc now reixly, nnd in
vite our frioiulrt nnl tho iub
lic n'onornlly to oall ami ex
amino our well Holeetetl stock
Which wo are offorinnat rock
bottom pricoH. rmlortakintr
a HMH'ial feature. Call at
tentltHl ilny or night.
Telephone, day 7", night (53.
BLAIR & BROWN.
YOU REiD THIS !
Thanklna lh. pulilli fur our roualna Holi
day Trade, we .halt offer Mimr ndd itovk at
a good dlKnunt lor llw arat few day., and
ahall cIom .time acta of liooki at a good dia
count to mnkr room for other goodi.
We beg to .ay to oar nun.rroua palrona
and rrirnil. that we ahall
Sell Only for CiiMh
from thla dale, I'lraM do nut a.k ua to make
ticket, or charge. We .hall acll cheaper hy
the .(nelly ca.h aj-alcm, and with a grenter
antl.rnctlua to coatomer. and oareclvea.
J. N. Morgan & Co.,
Honkarllrra, Blatlonrr and Newadralcr,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOM, H PATTON AVE., (T.M.C.A. ROOMS. )
Opea dally, eacept Bandaya, from 10 a. .
aatil 1 p, ., and intll 7 p.
The trmi of nhacrlptloa are: ()ne year
$9; B oioe.., 1.B0 no.., tl 1 1 mo,, BCIrt.,;
dalle a .
OfKcen tit 1 aan-rreaideat, Ch.rle. W.
WouliMpyi Vlre-I'redmt, Tho. A. Joneat Mec.
and Tre.a.rrr, D. B. Wataoa i Ubrarlaa, Mia
B. J. Hatch.
Cttlan. and vMtora ar cordially laelted
to InaiMct the catalnaae aad laKtllic their
name. a. meaihera. aaltodtr
ANKW DRItn, earefully prepaird by lead,
nig aieaibrr. or the A.hevllK bar, (on
nneat p.rrhMent aad heavy flat paper), ene
nag all aeceMry point., Ja.t out and now
on Ml. at the offlc ot the M.aootrH.Kn
fUBLwaua Co , Mo. North Coart Bqaan,
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
,19 Pattou Avenue.
ASIIIiVIU.i:, - - - N. c.
KI.AI. HSTATKAiiliNT ANhLMAN HK()Ki:H
No. a North Mtiin utiett.
Hail 10 vrnm' rxiMriience in thin Ituiintnnin
Cltiirliton, S C.
Kilcr to I'lrttt Nutmnul Mnnk ; Nnttoniii
Bank of Axhrvillr. anil Wen tern Ciiroiinn
nn . T
. m M j
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
If you have any Sine, Throat or Lung T
4n flppHtatloti I will M-nd a pamphlet
deftcripttvr of Anhevllle and ulo the in
haling treatment fn-c with litt ot qnea T
tlontt to lie nniwrml by the patient T
when ordi-ring Home Treatment. This
treatment In an effective a the olliw T
OFFICK NO. FATTON AVKNI'lt,
Axhcvilte, N. C
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. t
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
-SINGLE OR EN SEUTE.
Vli.it ira anil Kt-lilini. will llml thia a mimt
,-hnrnifnu and ntlrnrtlvr atopfilnK plncc.
MUNAOli AMI CTIMNK HUI'AI. TO Tlllt
E. H. NIES,
LATK WITH DKLMfNICO.
fish N) emus,
CONSTANTLY ON I1ANH.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. io Court Hquare.
octaj d er
Por INB1 will contain
Tlio llotirte of Mnrtlni,
Frank II. .Stockton'H .Serial.
Dr. IIolnicH, Mr. Lowell nnd
fWime hentofore unpuhllehrd
I4ttTH by Clmrlw Mini Mary
Mr. Frrclval Lowell will write a narrative of
ni advtjjituret under thr title of
Noto: An Uiiftxplorwl Comor
Thr Cnpturv of l.nu lid tour will tw treated In
A Nnrii'H of PniwirM by Frnn-
ctn rn rkmnn.
There will tie Khort Hlortra nnd "krtchca hy
llrnrv Jamea. 9rnh Ornv 'rett, Octave
inanet, and othrra I'liternnteal paiere
on Uuntlona In
Modern St ionce
will tie eontrllmteti by lnifiwtr Oitmrn. of
(econdarv. and I'rlmarv Itttucatloa will It?' a
rnnerton. ann otnrrai tontra in rnivemtv.
Mr. ttlrhard Watson Odder. Iir. Far-on.
Mm, Field!. Urn ham H, Tomaon. and nthrra
will be ataiong the contflimtort uf roctry.
THB ATLANTIC for 1891.
Trrmt! 94.00 a year In advance, bontaae
free 1 AA crate a numtter. With new Itfe-mie
portrait of Lowell, and alao portrait of Hnw-
i"iwi nnirtrnm, in(iriiwl nrrnni, nil-
tier, or llolmri. 9a.oi each additional por-
The November and Itwcemher anmbrre arat
free to new eulKerlliera whof eulMH-riptlone
ror iwwi are receiven neiore liecemner uutn.
Foetal Note and Money are at the rink of
the emder, and therefore remittance ehonld
be made by money -order, draft, or registered
Houghton, Mi flliii & Co.,
4 Fark Street tloaton, Maae.
By nrt). M. C. fttockton.
COMFOMTADLB ROOM!. OOOUTADLH.
No. 5 Flint treet, AebcvlUe. N. C.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Pasciitrer IK pot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem flint rlnae hotel. Hot and cold wnter andpbathn and toilet on every floor.
Kif.'trti- iirlla tn rvrrv riHim. Oocn Arc in office and urn tea In Itcd room. Office, dinlnu
room, lunt-h countrr, ciK'tr and nrwtnnil
tne utreet car ,inm noor every vu minuie. nicnmonii ann imnvuie raiiroau cniing nnust,
'.' minute for meal.
RAT1.H. $1.00 PER DAY.
A. G. HALLYHURTON, Prop.
J. N. RHVAN ftnel WAI.TKR UHKKN, Clerka.
FOR TIIK SALE OP LEAF TOBACCO
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietor.
W'r Nell all ti-bmvo at 'J prr cent cmnillon, while othrr market arc ch urging from 2lfc
to A percent, conitniantoii.
To the Tt.bniYo Flnnter of Wcatern North Cnrolinu nnd Hant Tenncec:
titir market hn full oprntd nnd prlt-T. arc good, rnjwvinllv on common grade, and we
ndvttie early Mhipment on nil common grade. Having the liirgrt, Iwnt tlghtnl warehouse
in Ventern North Cnroll-ii, and ct.m.ctent employe. c tMiiiruntee satiitlaction. Thanking;
you lor pat patronage nnd hoping hy hard work nnd fair den ing, we arc, your truly.
SMITH & ROLLINS.
.....FOR SALE BV -
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Atthevllle, N. C. P. O. Box 426a
THE WINYAH HOUSE.
Hpcclal Haiiltarluui Ibr Dlneanca or the Luiifcn and Throat
Fine, pure lrlnklng water from Mountain
Hir with ntv mnlti. Ferfrct mrm of llyinenr, IMunihtiiK ami Hewcrngc. lltiui
trlvtlv atwutic. 11
wau-r uniting rtvMU-m
trie and litram Itnthannd I'ouihc
lrofepionnl acrvlcr optional with patient,
'rice for Hoard and Hmim
Fur particular, addrc
STRAUSS' KUROPKAN IIOTKL
ROOMS ALL NEWLY FURNISHED.
Alan, talilr liiinrilrr. .-an lie arvomniiHlHteil.
iVI,K-k a. m unlil I 'J it'i-iiK-lt n m.
Am tiMml lor valcriiiii al ahurtral notice
My Celebrated Philadelphia Kries
Are well know n. No one run aurpn.a f hi m. Am irouil to .nv I have thi Anrat, larae.t
Kiinve mi AM villr. Cnn -rvr onli ra In lYi.m a to ft n.iiiutr.. .urn n. I'i.li. r.unir. Oyalcra
ua tlir Hall Hhrll. I'olitr and altmtive anllvr.. I'lrnaeil u wrvc all. Kr.Kiltully,
, , ., K. STRAINS, Prop.
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM.
IPIIKMBMLV OAKLAND INN. I
I. liH'atcd on a tomm.nillnK enilnrnre overhmkinK Aaheville and a aurrounillna roimtry o
rare tirauty ftir a railiu. of thirty mllea.
The apiHilnlmeuta uf the nouae are condui-Wr to health nnd comfort.
ICtevatorn. Itlectrlclly. NIeam Heat.
for the acH-ntlnc trralmrnt or Nervou. and Chronic dlaeaae. il I thoroughly qalpiel
with all mod.ni aiillance-Turklah. Kofluia and l'n.alan Hatha. UlectHMty, Maimxe,
Hwnll.h Movement., all Incluitrd In price of room.
The Metlhitl Mnnnitrmrnt wilt lie under the direction of Ur P. W. .VrefUa, recently of the
Jlitkm SntiHtitrhini. nt llnnavillr, N. Y.
I'or further particular addrra.,
MI8S EMILIB VAl'VHN, AaheTllle, N. C.
D. H. COSBY,
(Mucvrvaor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVKNVK,
NKXT IMMIR TO 0HANI1 CHNTRAL HO
TKI., ABHKVII.I.R. N. C.
Hnitllah and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNS LADIES AND LITTLE QIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURRWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por many year Aamtate 1'iinrlpal of Mt.
Vrrnoa la.tltute, rlaltlmore.) ,
Anri.trd lie a euro, of eomprntent teacher,
Home iieople airree with The Hun' opinion
nbont men and thlnv". and luime iN-oplr
doa't 1 hat evervtMHly
I He to -et in IH of thr
newnapcr whlvh I never dull and never
arrain to ncan it mi no
The aua hn. fiHiaht In the frnnt Mtir for Item
ncratlc nrlncliilr.. nrver w.vrrlinr nr w.nfc
enlna la Ita loyalty tothe trurlnlrrrata of the
n.rtv it errvr. with frarlra. Intrlliump. anri
llalntrnatrd elaor. At time outnlon. have
dllterrdaato i he heat mean of arrnmpll.tr
ln the common piirnoar: It I not The
Mun' fault If It baa acea further into to mill,
lllMhtera hundred and nlnrty-nne will he a
treat year In Amrrk.a olltic, aad ecry
lode ahnuld read The iua.
tt.lly, prr month ejujo
li.llv. ner rear a.nn
Knml.T. per year ., a.oo
Iialiy and aunday, tier rear B.oo
liall and Hunday.per month,M 0.70
Weekly, one year 1.00
Aelrlrraa) THR Nl'M. Mw York.
Winter Residence to Leaac.
A pHy dreirinn to eataMlah WINTHK
MHNIUKNCtt oa the Northern (uburb of
Aak.Tlll caa make aa adeaatamou ar-
rantTemeat, for term of yean, with owner
of bom. Completely far I ak id aad .quipped
aad OMupted la ..maier oaly, Apply to
oar-SB dU CORTLAND BMOB.
and bar and billiard room on flmt floor. Kiev-
Hpring. nnd connection for lomrtlc
efit ami inorougn ventilation
Hot. L.lfl. Kin.
H lev atom, lilcctrlc LiliU ami Itell. 4cn Fire.
and at m t Micro te rate
12Ai to $1H per week.
VON RICK, 11. D.,
Anhcvillc, North Carolina.
BOARD BV THE MONTH, WEEK OR DAT.
Htrrrt rar. mikn the door. 'iiea frum tl
for Home I'nrlka, Italia, etr
All I nak la
ha. kl. aaw aad alio Maaaaed aa a. lf.ua.
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OINTLIMIM.
Via Calf aad taead Wal.in.r Otala.
JS'dtiS" wrtM auaoma. at Ma
aHWHaf " trartfl. nt oooafl aaj.il.
I . MMlH .MM.
kT hmm BrKNtt ravorahty felv4 mam tm
and lb rnoarnt mnmvmenu) BHkka Uimm
Dcatai for nnmr hiinki
W. L. DdVOVAn. Braaktaa. Maaa,
FOB BALB BV
WEAVER A MVBRS.
32 SFS'" 'Inr
17 Patlon AveaMc