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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO,
Tn ll Daily Citiikn, Democratic, la published
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BATTBRV I'AKK NKWSSTANl.
OLBN HOCK NKWH STAND.
M ODHL ClOAH 8TOKK, I'atton Ave.
MONDAY, DliCBMUliK 21). lHilf).
A Raleigh tvli'Krnm siivb thai ill lilt'
unnual convention of county uwrin-
tcntlenti of instruction there n few days
ujo a "resolution was unanimously
adopted rt'ciicstin; the legislature to
establish regular training schools fur
male and female teacher." Another
resolution adopted urged the enactment
of a law rcquirim; compulsory attend
ance on the publicscliools. The resolution
stutes tlint "the people cannot lie educated
and the rciiirenicnU ol the constitution
iu this particular carried into clTcct un
less the children arc compelled to attend
school for some period during school am".
It isthefirst movement in North Carolina
in the direction ol compulsory education,
and originating us it dues, will have par
If now there is a determined effort all
along the line to forward this movement
for compulsory education and to increase
the state tax lor educational purHses,
both of there highly necessary results
can be secured. Once reached und North
Carolina hits made an udvnucc that will
murk on event of the greatest conse
quence und iin)Hirtance in her history.
Get the children, all ol them, into
Tins item is Hunting around in the
"Some public spirited women in a win
ter resort in i-lorula nave formed tliem
selves into a society which thev cull the
Village improvement association, am!
have assumed the dutv of keeping the
streets clean. Thev eninlor a man ti
pick up every scrap ol'rciiisc which litters
tile pavement or gutter, and as tins lac
totinn is practically in the employ ami
tinder the authority of cverv woman in
town whose vigilance is unceasing, h
work is thoroughly and etiicicsitlv a
This is only half the truth, told in
or way. I Here are several such sociC'
ties in Morula, and thev have made un
clean towns to blossom as the rose.
They have built sidewalks, opened streets,
cleaned up towns to stay clean anil, ii
brief, taken to heart the legend, "Cleanli
ness is next to godliness." These ladies
bare done a profitable work, but they
ure no smurlcr than Ashcville Indies,
Are they ?
Wk have to go to Texas to learn the
political news of North Carolina
The Dallas Times Herald says that
"In North Carolina Governor Hill
has a tremendus following. Many
of the leading ocwspaicrs and
lending Hiliticians are whooping up
his claims for the Presidency. " We
haven't heard a whoop except one made
by the Charlotte News, and to that there
bus not been so much as nneeho. Where
is this tremendous following? Who are
the "leading ncwspuK.-rs and politicians'
in North Carolina that ure for Hill ?
Tub Atlunta Constitution bus become
a Hill organ. It gives no reasons for the
faith thut is in it and probably couldn't
tell why it is against Cleveland.
It is about time thut Western North
Carolinu lair was started.
Tint question of special taxes is up jnst
A Tbounhtful ICdltor.
From the Durham Ulolie.
We cut down editorial space to-day,
because iieoplc want a rest occasionally,
SOKTIl CAROLINA FOLKS.
Mr. Hal W. Ayer, late city editorof the
Raleigh State Chronicle, has accepted the
A young mnn named Charlie Freeman,
living in Ouk Grove township, had got
ten the consent both of the girl and the
girl's parents to mnrry Miss Nora Oakley
on the evening of Thursday, the USth.
On Wednesday, the 24th however, his
younger brother Jerome, a boy about
sixteen, called for the girl, found mag
istrate and took back with him, Mrs.
Jerome Freeman, whom be introduced to
tne prospective groom. uurnam uioik.
For more than a quarter of a century
have our merchants known 8. Harris
Hopkins, a resident of Lincolnton, N, C,
Great was our surprise to bear that he
had last week made the leap matrimonial
the third time. Miss Carrie Saunders, ol
Sumpter, S. C, was the happy bride.
Recent mnrriges: Uuoch C. Barker, of
Shelby, and M ibs Lulu Lime, of Shelby:
John D. McCall, oi Charlotte, and Miss
Bailie No ye; David Hogue or near Shelby
and Barbary B. l'oston ; Mr. L. H. Mo
Murry and Miss lillea Welmon, all of
Monroe marrlairea: Eli Barrett and
Miss Henie Jackson, of this place, were
married Tuesday evening at tne residence
of the bride's mother. Cards are also
out announcing the marriage of Walter
Wallia, ot this place, and Miss Lula Gra
ham, of Laurinburg, on Jan. 1. In For-
sytbe county to-day Dr. Will Conrad was
married to Miss Mollis Watkms.
Wilson Advance:-Miss Addle William,
daughter of Mr. J J. William, was
, united in marriage to Mr. Ransom
, Brlgga. at the reside net of her father, in
' Miss Kate Wood, daughter of Rev, Dr.
" Wood, pastor of the Presbyterian
caarch, of Btatesvillc, was married re
Coat! to Dr. L, WUto, ol Charlotte. :
J , STATE NEWS.'
A young men's christian association
wits recently organized in Lexington
under very tuvoriible auspices.
Snnford Express: The colored people
are taking steps to estannsn a good, kt,
mnncnt preparatory school at this place,
SevrrnI families 'left this county for
Arkansas last week, and we learn that
some others will leave til a week or two,
Secretary Meddingncld, ol the state
farmers alliance states that there an
now niuctv-six county and sub-nl
hunces in North Carolina,
The revenue collections in the Knl
eigh district during Ilccembcr were the
largest on rccorrl in recent venrs. I ney
averugeil nearly $0,000 n day.
There has been no second to f hat $1
sent to the Charlotte Chronicle by a lad
Christmas eve, an u contribution to
wards u lund to advertise that town
Deputy-Collector George M. nulla, ol
Lexington, captured and destroyed two
moonshine distilleries ami fixtures, to
gether with about two thousand gallon
of liecr, witliui twelve miles ot Lcxiug
A Winston telegram savs that the
office ol the Twin-City Daily was de
stroyed liv lire Christinas morning; loss
not given; insurance If.t.mm. the Daily
will have t lie svinimthv ot every newspa,
per in the slate, including 1 im utizkn,
A nnrtv of thirteen, who rccentlv sur
veyed the route from Gatl'ucy's to Polk
couutv, are now surveying iron) i,an
uey's to Shelby, with the intention ol
connecting with the Southwestern Air
Line Ironi Shelby to Crnnlierry Shelby
At Coggiu's mine, in Montgomery
county, ellerson Strange, n boy about
fourteen years of age, shot and killed Ins
stepfather. Alexander Tvsinger. win
lived in Silver Hill township, Davidson
countv. The boy was delcnduig Ins
mother Irom his slc-lather s abuse.
W. Giimry Eiibnnks, ol this place,
was very seriously injured uv oeing
thrown from his buggy. His mouth was
baillv mashed and his tongue was cut
nearly ill I wo. When found in the road
he was unconscious mid his condition is
considered critical. Piltsboro Record
Work is progressing satisfactorily on
the Iron Litv hotel, lilacksnurg, a large,
handsome, brick structure, including
several business houses, which is being
erected on the main business street, und
it will not be long before our town can
boast ot the lies I hotel accommodations.
Rock Hill correspondent of the Char
lotte Chronicle: About K it clock Christ
mas night C. C. Williams was shot bv
Ed. Hilton with fatal ellect. The ball
entered the lett side just above the heart.
ilhumsou lived aboutan hour. Hilton
was committed to jail. They were not
enemies. 1 oo miicn whisky.
Purine the cightcc'l months eliding
lulv I. IN'.iit, there were tried in this
state oucrmmi.il chargis III. :17mm sous,
of whom 'J. Hil were convicted. 01 con
victions 'J were of murder. 10 man
slaughter. I f raie, arson, U7 biirglaiy,
.'17 forgery, 77o larceny. Five K-rsous
Were lyiieiicd and live were legally execu
ted. Ol those tried ',.ii;';i were white
and 4,4 14 colored.
Raleigh correspondence Wilmington
Messenger: All the school lix illten
dents Seak ill terms ol highest praise ol
the new system ol conducting county in
stitutes for teachers. These institutes
have done more than anvthing else to
arouse and maintain interest in the pub
lic school system. Maj. I-'ingei says of
them that during the year ending July
1st, IS'.i'i, thev were held in cightv-lour
of the ninety-six counties, and that up to
Octolsrr 1st, 135 institutes were held.
The attendance J teachers during thut
period of fifteen months was 5,775. On
Friday of each week au address is deliv
ered by the conductor of the institute,
mid GO, 000 persons have listened to
I'EKSOXS AXlt FLACKS.
Col. N. S. Gosh, ot Topcka, Kan., has
an ornithological collection thut is sur
passed otilv by that ol the national mu
seum at Washington.
I'kop. Koch has been made an honor
ary citizen of Herlin. He is the fourth
man to enjoy that distinction. His col
leagues arc Prince Bismarck, Count
Moltke and Dr. Henry Schhcmnnn.
Hannibal Hamlin is credited with hav
ing such tin aversion to music that he
will never, if he can avoid it, go into
n church until after the oiiening musical
exercises are concluded. In spue of this
he hits a great fondness for dancing.
Loko Lvtto.n (better known tn the
world of letters as Owen Meredith) is the
present llritish ambassador in Fans.
HisSunday n nrning breakfasts, ut which
he brings together the greatest literary
and diplomatic lights, are the talk of the
Miss Kav Prank isoneofthefew lew
ses who in recent times have preached in
n synagogue. On the l)ny of Atonement
she spoke ut Spokane Falls, Wash , and
so interested her hearer that they de
cided to establish a permanent congrega
Col. W. K. IIi'Tchinson, of Wichita,
Knn., who is anxious tn succeed Senutor
Ingulls. is a man of coinmandingnpiwnr
a nee. lie is six feet in length and weighs
over 200 pountls. lie is well rend and a
llurnt talker, though he hus taught him,
self all be knows.
Mr. and Mks. Ghokok Ai.mko Town,
sknii had been married twenty-five years
lust auiuiny, uecemmr VI. Among tne
surviving attendants of their wedding
party are fciimund c stedman and Dnn
id Dougherty. Thev have two children
ami two granucniiucn.
A Gkkhnvii.lb, Mich., woman missed
one of her turkey bens and supposed it
was dead until she saw her coming in
from the road with fourteen little ones.
The mercury was swinging around xero.
butt lie old hen realised it was near the
holidays and the batching went on Just
A wkalthv Canadian is traveling
about the country with a mission. That
mission is to save shoe leather to the
world. He Insists that il everybody
wouia cover three incncs more at every
step the saving in hoots and shoes in
America alone would be S27.000,000 per
In ipkakino of the minute parasites
wnicn arc touna in tne nairv nan ol a
tiger's loot, a scientist says: "Tbey con
stitute one ot the most wonderful enhost'
tics 1 know of in the animal world. The
parasites are so small as to be almost
nvisiblc to the naked eye, and vet each
is a perfect counterpart of the tiger."
Tub French postal administration has
just introduced a convenient plan for en
abling people in remote village to send
a telegram, although there is no office in
the pluce. All such villages are to be con
nected to the nearest telegraph office by
telephone, so that the message can be
spoken to tb telegraph office where it is
., , Aa
Dealer Vor tb "DON'T" dear. Tbcy an
Uwbaet. dsc34dla asa srt M
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1890.
THK NEW SOUTH,
The Men Needed to Help Build
I'rnm the SnrinKflelil, Maaa , Republican
The south needs immigrants to-day
more than the west, and it claims to offer
greater inducements for the right kind of
people tn make their homes there. It has
forests to clear, swamps to drain, nnd
tillable land to put. under the
plow, and to Ibis it adds its
enormous uudcvcloed mineral wealth.
It bus been the object of the immigration
convention sitting nt Ashcville, N. C, the
past week to urrange tn bring these in
riucements for settlers to the notice of
the people of the northern and western
states. Men with capital or with trades,
lurmers, mechanics, curieiitcm, machin
ists, brick-lnyers, wagon builders, mer
chants mid business mengeneriilly arc all
wanted to build up the new south. II
the recommendations of this convention
are carried out, bureaus of immigra
tion will soon I established in every
state, with agencies nt every seaport and
centre ot population, to divert the
choicest portion of the arrivals from the
old nrld, und as much ns ossiiilr ot
the shilling populat ion ol the north, to
this southern region. The railroads have
promised to help and the slate gnvern,
ments ure to add their assistance, sothat
the movement gives promise of grent use-
iiuuess as a means oi lining up iuc wasic
placcs ol ihxic.
i:ducHtloii North and Month,
New Vnrk Correspondence sHiltesvlllc Land.
Is the north better educated than the
south? Many people who have always
lived south think so. They be
lieve that not nulv arc the well-to-do
among northerners more learned
than the same class among southerners,
but that the northern masses also have
more honk knowledge than the southern
masses, II we except the negroes thrre is
little ground for this belief. On
the contrary I am confident
that the southern white men
and women of all classes arc quite as
highlv educated ns their Northern broth
ers and sisters. I amstrengthenrdinthis
belief bv reading the report of the
New York State Suiierintendent of
Public Instruction for the year
ending July 25, 18'JO. According
tn that report mere arc Miui.tiiiti children
over five venrs old in this state who did
not go to schtfol nt all Inst year; more
over, the average daily attendance nt
hool was 1, 00,000 less than the total
number of children of school age.
A err am of tartar tinkfne oowder.
of nil in leavening etrenirlh V. B. Oovern-
mrtit Report, Auguat 17, inmi. ui unij
GRAND OPENING I
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8.
TO CONTINUE UNTIL DECEMR 25.
You are invited to cull every
Store nnd examine our dtock
It ARTISTIC POTTER
HIIVERWARE NOYELT'ES, URIC A BR AC, Ac.
Some people day that it id
finer than ever before. YOUR OPINION id reiiuedtHl.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Ma Obcva Hla fattier.
Fkikiinicii Wiliiklm. the Crown
Prince of Ormnny, is a banrlsomc boy of
seven, who is every inch a llohrnsolicrn.
He wants his own way as much as any
bov in the kingdom. He does not like
music, but it is his father's orders that
he must learn to piny the violin, and he
ro mum for as.ooo,
Coi-nt HkkmanDalwkioii, whoseskull
was broken in three places, his eyes al
most snorketi out, nis spine injured ana
one arm badly broken in a railroad acci
dent at San Antonio, Tesaa, is recover itiaT
He has sued the !nt national Railroad
Company for $25,000, damages.
Tks Dally Clllaan.
Is alwavs alive to the interestsof Ashc
ville and its people.
Is the most popular advertising; medi
um in nvm v. u i .1 1 1 im
Is read by a irrealer number of people
thnn any other secular paper in the state.
is always diimi witn tne cnotccst reoa
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses fill their rooms by ad'
vettisins in Tim Citiikn.
News, and all the news, make Th
CtTiiHN a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a treat
success without advertising. Try Tmb
An advertisement in Tim Citiism nava
tne advertiser an nundreo-ioid
IT THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY:
muMTUMMT Turn UnnnHHaTTnl
niMtln 1 to S lra, wllho.l Fala.
I'TanM atrlmura. Onntalaa an
Mrld or pnlaonnus .ntMCnruM., aatt
Is anarantaatl atnmlntalv fcannlaas.
pmerllMd by pkyalalaaa, Itaat ar
etna, few w
liMh bottle Ww
Snln bv drwateta, Kmwmrm mt S
atltma.Aemnh .O0.M1I ,K,I
FOR SALB BV
RATSOR i IMITH. MHEVULI. M. 0.
f AKILYCUCSEThES A9 FUCVCXJ
iCtsA Woalaa MMa. -
Mortk Mala ;
Th Crstt Coooa of Europe,
The Coming On of America.
Cocoa ii of lupreipe impor
tance as an article of diet.
Van Houten't hat fifty ptr
ctnt. more flesh-forming prop
erties than exist in the best
of other cocoas.
BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
The tissue of the cocoa
bean is so softened as to ren
der it easy of digestion, and,
at the same time, the aroma
is highly developed.
WTU R0CT BIt'S COOOA ("MM tries,
always seed ") Ii Ika arista!, para, aals).
tela Ceeea, lavaalaS, pataataa aa
aaaSala allaaS.axI lat-4r ballaraad
MrawliiMt thaa aae at the aaauroaa Ualla-f
tkna, la fast, a aaapsrall taatwut eaaUf
prate, thai aeXtoOoeaaeqaale this t lo'i
la aolnbllltt. aeraaabla Uala sad as trill ,
funallllaa. UrtMt aa la the aoeld." Aasf
tfaiVlHova'saa4 lake as ether. at I
W. A. Rlaik. J. V. Brown,
No. ja Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE LOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We nre now ready, ami in
vite our frit'iiilH and the pub
lic generally to call nnd ex
amine our well delected Htock
Which we nre offeringntrock
bottom prim Undertaking
a dpecial feature. Call ot
tendtxl doy or night.
Telephone, duy 75, night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
ANEW DBKD, Mrrfolljr prepared by kd
inn mrmbera of the AbvMte bar. (cm
finest parchment and heavy Aat paper!, cov
HiRhent erinn all ncceaMrr points, Jt oat and sow
Ion oaie at ine omce ut in KnDi,rif.i
I'i'autHiNO Co . No. tt North Covrt fejuare.
day at the leading Jewelry
beautiful, some day that it id
11 READ THIS !
Thanking the public for oar rousing Holi
day Trade, wt shall offer some odd stock at
a good discount tor the neat few days, and
shall do Mm. sets of Books at a good dis
count to make room for other goods.
Wt beg to say to osr aaiMross patrons
aad Meads that wt shall
Sell Only for Cash
from this date. Iteaee do aot ask ae to make
rickets or charge. Wt shall sell ekes per by
the strictly cash system, aad with a greater
aatlafactloa to eaatomirs aad oarseWra.
J. Morgan & Co.,
Booksellers, Stationers aad Newsdealers,
ROOM, ft PATTON AVL.(T.at A. ROOM.)
Opea daMy, sisaat Han, mm 10 a. as.
anul 1 a. ., aad aatsl f .
The terms ar sakatrlpMoa am Om year
a I an., ILMi bol, l 1 1 at,, aoer.i
daMy leta. -
oaim Ibr laao-pnahtaat, Charlea W.
woolaevl VkavPfMldent. Taa. A. IrM : ae.
aadTreaaarar, P, aVW.Uoa i Ubrarlaa, Utm
Cltlasa. aad vtaltora in aordlally lavltea'
to laeoeet Um aato m
TIT 1 lasanri.
To laaara dwnn of arrtUcn nta
rtranlaa oa torular contract, copy tauat
kaaaad ia bv 10 o'doch . WL
WEAVER X MYERS.
THE SHOE STORE
39 Patton Avenue.
Asm:vii.i.i:. - n. c.
KKAL BHTATBAOBNTSKKt-OAN IIKOKKM
No. S North Mnlri street.
1 1 ml IO years' eiucrlcoce In this business In
Chnrlratnn, It C.
Kcler to Mrat National Hsna; national
Rank of Ashcville, and Western Carolina
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
T If von have any Nose, Throat or Lung T
On application I will aend a pamphlet
t descriptive of Aahevlllc and also the In-1
haling treatment free with Hat ot quea- T
Uona to be answered by the patient
T when ordering Home Treatment. Thia
T treatment is as effective at the office
OPP1CK NO, M FATTON A VBNt'B,
Aahevllle, N. C
T. J. HARCAN, M. D. I
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
IINQLE OR EN SEUTE.
Viiit ire and RealdenM will And thla a moat
charmlna aad attractive stopping place.
MBNAUB AND Cl'lHINB liyCAI. TO TUB
E. H. NIES,
LATK WITH DKLMONICO,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
W ECATERTO FAMILYTRADE
J. E. REEO & CO.,
No. io Court Square.
Fori nut will contain
The Hourte of Martha,
Frank II. Stockton's Serial.
Dr. Holmes, Mr. Lowell and
Rom heretofore anpabllshed
Letters by Charles and Mary
Mr. Perdvat l.ow.11 will write a narrative of
his advents a ander the title of
Noto : An Unexplored Corner
The Captarv of Loalaboarf will be treated la
A Seritn of Papers by Fran-
There will be Rhort Otorlea and sketches by
Henry James. Reran Om. lewett, Urtave
Thane t, and other. Untechntcal paper.
f oa usntioBi ia
wll'be coBtiilmted by ProAaanr Oahora, of
PrlnectoB. and other.! tonic. In I'nWcrsttr.
aeefmdary, aad Primary faUloeatloa will be a
Mr. Richard Wataoa fllldee. De. Paeenna.
Mn, fields, Uraham R. Tomann, and others
will he anions the contributor, of Poetry.
THE ATLANTIC Aw
Tarmat .4.00 a war hi arivejaca. eMMtae
fra.isae.nta a aamber. with new Hfc-eis.
portrMlt of Lou ell, and alao portrait of Haw.
Ihorne. Kmeraoa. Lo. (tallow, Bryant, Whit,
tier, or Holmes, fS.OO i Mch addftioaal por
trait, ft.oo. '
The Novemher aad Dwabw aamlieie seat
fee. to Bw mbaerlbeea whoM MtMcrlotlona
for lnul an fecund beftii December 30th.
Postal Note, ami Money are at the rlah of
the einssr, aad Ihmaloe. ermittaaiiaa should
be made by poaeHirder, draft, or ri Rla tared
fjoaffhtoi., Mifflin & Co.,
pjr Mra. W. C Stocfttpn. ,
CQMW)TABH BOOf B. poop T4BLB.
He. 0 PHat atmet, . . 4rW., N. C.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passseujter JScpot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern A rut class hotel. Hot and cold
Illrctric liella In every room. Open fire tn omce anil frrntes tn nea rooms, timet, utaing
room, lunch counter, cluar nnd news stand nnd bar nnd liilllartl room on A rat Boor. Ulee.
trie street eara paae door every SIO minutes, Richmond and Danville railroad eating bouse,
'JO ralautce for meals.
RATKN, $a.oo FFH DAI'.
A. G. HALLYBURTOIN, Prop.
J. m. BRYAN and WALTKB URF.HK, Clerka.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
SMITH & ROLLINS, Proprietor.
Wc nr II all tobneco at 3 per cent. commUeion, while other marketa are charging from
to 3 per vent, commfanioa.
To the Tohacco Planter of Wratern North t arolina and Ht Tenneiwee:
Our market haa fullv opem-d and piicc are iioihI, cHpviHally on common irradea, and we
advise early ahipmenta on nil common ftradea. HavinK the largvat, bt Miihtird w nre house
in Weittrrn North Camilla, and cnniv-etrnt employe, me Kunrnntee aatinfnction. Thnnklnfl
yon for pant patronaKe and hoping by hard work and fair dca inga. we are, youra truly,
SMITH & ROLLINS.
..-..FOR SALE BY
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
A-hevMle, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
THE WIN YAH HOUSE.
Special Snnttarlum for Dlaeaaca of the Lunsa and Throat.
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Professional service, optional with patlenta, and at moderate rates
Prices for Board and Room am su to tla per week.
For particulars, address
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Alao, table boarders can be accommodated.
o'clock a. m. until 1st o'clock p m.
Am prepared lor catcriOK at aborted notice
My Celebrated Philadelphia Frlca
Are well known. No one can aurpnsa them. Am proud to say I have the finest, largest
Kanae In Ashcville. Can serve urtlera in from A to A minutes, auch aa Plan. Game, Oysters
on the Half Khcll. Polite aad attentive war era. pleased to serve ail. Kep.ctfully,
. K. STRAUSS, Prop.
OAKLAND HEIGHTS SANATORIUM,
(POKMBRLV OAKLAND NN.)
IT 1H NoW OPKN Located on a irommandlnff eminent. It overtook! Aohevlllc aad Iim :
urpawed as accnte potnt. Tb appointment of the bouse re
CONDUCIVE TO HEALTH AND COMFORT
It levators. Blectrleltv. Rrcam Heat. For the Hmtiflc trrat merit nt Mwotia mmd rhmalo
dt-cascs It la thoroughly equipped with
Kusslan Baths. Eh-ctricity, Massajie, Hwedlsh Movemrnts, all Included In price of room.
The MeiHcml Munmremtnt will be under the direction otDr. 1. IV. Nrmfam. fti h
JmvkHon Sanatorium, at Uansville. N. V.
ror lurtoer particulars aourcss.
MISSE!f1lCIE VAVGHN. Aahevllle, N. C
B. H. COSBY,
tSucccaaor to C, Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT DUOK TO OKAND CBNTRAI. HO
TBU AailBVIU.B, N. C.
Eng:llah and French
B0ARDIN8 AND OAY SCHOOL.
FOR TOUN&LADIES AND LITTLE MU,
No. 40 Preach Broad Arena..
MM. URQWTN RAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(For many years Associate Princlnal of lit.
Vernoa Institute, Baltimore.)
A set. ted by a corp. of eompeotent leaeher.
Home people acre with The Sun's opinions
lira, aad some tiro d If
don't t bat Tervnod
ryitoay likes to mv
likes to mvt hold of the
hick Is never dull and never
fr-Jd to speak Its mind
DemocMUi Know that for twrntv vr-in
Tne nun naa roujint in tne front line for lrm-
ocratle principles, never waverlnKor weak.
loyalty to the true Interests of the
party It serves wl
1st n teres ted vlaor.
At times opinions have
diflcrrd as to i he best means of accomplish
ing the common purpose i It la not The
Bun's fault If it haa Men further into the mill-
Klgbteen hundren and nlnetiMine will be a
arret year ia American polltka, aad .eery,
bode should read The Baa. .
Dally, per month..
Daily, per year....
Bunday, per year.
iiauy aaa m
Dalle and B
unday, per year......
Dalle and Buaday,
, per moata.M
WaaMy, oa. year.,
Atfarwaa THR BVn, Kw Tvk.
Winter Rcaldcntja to Leaac.
A party deatrinf to asubllah a WNTB
BBIDBNCB on the Xeifhera euburba of
Afheyllle eaa make aa advantage on ar-
eaaaraMat, tor tar of years, wth ewaer
of horse. Completely IWfrjIabedandequlBped
aad oceupted la summer oaly. Apply to
raodtf : cobtland bo, j
wuter and) baths and toilets on every oor.
VON RICK, H. D.,
Aahevlllc. North Carolina.
BOARD BY THE MONTH. WEEK OR DAY.
Street cars I mi as the door. Opea from
for Home Panic, Baila, etc
AU I ask Is
nil tnodrrn apnlianct Turkish. Komas aad
caution w5-fc..?n!M syw
has bla bbbw aaearie. aa s.lfss.
$3 SHOE CCMTUUSEsl
Vlaa Calf aa4 l asaa Waueresaf Ihrala.
3&I2 0HQE0 tCh,
gt6.t.Mlwd eaa. aiimaiil
an. th. raoMllMpmTMaaM ah. lama saaarM
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WEATF.H A 9IVEXS.
IV. L OSUGLAS
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