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THE ASHEVILLE i DAILY CITIZEN.
Saturday Evening, December 29, 1894.
THE ASHEV1LLE DAILY C1TIZE
MINTSD DAILY (BXCBrT SUNDAY) 1KU WKKKLY
ASUkYILLE AND ITS
Que Month, in aUvunec..
One Week, paid to curriers.
. 8. 110
. 1 6"
Tub Skmi-Wekklv Citukn. tsmud every
Tuesday and Friday, in advuncc, $1.
Subscritiers a-ho miss their pawrs are
requested to wake complaint at the
office as soon as possible.
SATURDAY. CECUM BElTl'O. 1K I.
The Baltimore Sun savs:
"That the repeal of reciprocity lost us
little is seen 111 the I tct tnattne wnoie in
crease of exports of products of ngrirul-
turetoCubn between 1890 and 189
under reciorocitt was but $4,000,0110
showing that reciprocity with Cuba is
not worth talking aoout in comparison
with reciprocity wi'h liurope, wnicn i
1893 took $061 S)fU 710 of our exports
outofntotulol $847,005 194. The death
of McKinley reciprocity is therefore
hardly worth the tears protectionists
It was of Mi'lviuley reciprocity that
Blnine said : "It will not
othir bushel of wheat or a barrel ol
A YELLER CHRYSANTHEMUM.
'Tbominknt nieinlicrs of the llmis
The paragraphs printed below are
from the spleudid descriptive article on
Asheville. the Vnnderbilt estate, and this
vicinity appearing in Harper's Weekly,
from the pen of John I. a'Becket, who
lias a large circle of friends here:
"Anyone who has visited Asheville will
have no doubt about its being one of the
must beautiful regions in the country.
As a built h resort it is a worthy rival ol
Colorado Springs and of Davos, Switzer
land. As n locality rich in exuberant
ch irms of nature it must have an ap
pealing force to all who love to see the
earth stictch in a dream of beauty be
neath a lxavn of the purest azure, or
else ' filled with the most poetic fantasies
in eclor and in lurm that clouds can
wear. The cecr-varviug processi'in of
til m' iihcrial shapes in the upper air
makes the ris.inant appellation of 'Land
ol the Sky,' liv w hich this cloister ot the
mountains is known, beem only a just
r quisilinn on th: soberest prose.
' Ahcvillc's vogue as a hygienic centre
i line to the absolute salubrity of it
el matc. The dry purity of the air is a
A lor us an-' ''' nt tonic to those in delicate health,
anil i ne inermomeiric range is nor, yer
v.iri 'lile. The seam ii proper is from the
uiiliHe or end of I miliary to the middh
. rcmlol Aoril The rainfall is shglu.
and exctssne' tcni ratures either of
1 -It - I M Htl
seem to iignc that trie currer cy mil in us ,c lt ()r KoUt.n, ,i,lown. Hut although
present shape cannot piss the House i Aalicttlle i, cim 11 v a winter resort, it is
without support of the Republicans,
which, it is believed, will not In- Liven."
says a Washington telegram. This sup
port will of course not be given. How
ever good the amended Carlisle bill may
be, however much its passage would help
the business interests of the country, the
Republicans will oppose it for party nd
vantage. They see that a reform of the
national finances must come, and thev
want the credit ol effecting that reform.
The Democrats in Congress being di
vided, they will probably succeed in
gaining their point.
Sl-AlX AND OVK TUADl:.
Eveu if we have to pay mote fi r our
sugar for a time it would appear that
we outrht to stand that misforlU'ie for
the sake of educating Spain tip to the! M""11 Mitchell, the highest of tliem all
also a well litqiieuted summer one.
Southern jm.p'e piedoniinate, in fact
lonn the bulk of liie visitors during the
heated term, w h le the influx is almost
enure Iv Irian the N"rlhduiing the cooler
in. mil s "t i he vi nr. Vet, strange as it
in iv se in to a Northerner who has hnd
no expi ritnie ol it, the weather durirg
In' summer io not as hot in Asheville ns
u is in New York, lor instance, and the
lliglits are cooler beond eompurc.
" 1" lie reason f r this is not far to s ek.
The two great ranges ol the eastern lec
tion of the eouutry, the Appalachian and
the Hlue Kidgc, lonn in Western North
Carolina n circular wall ol towering
mountains which enclose a plateau itseh
at an i.l ituiie i f lillfill liet above the sea
Uv.l In this exi'iisitc sanctuary of na
lure lies A-luvilc Ic is a somewhat
som in 'le ii t. Southern citv, within easy
radiui nl hii-h are scenes of the most
"oaring peaks east ot the Kockus.
It was Melville Wellington In deep
converse with the beautiful Evadne Ma
genta. "So?" be hissed through his set teeth
as he started up. "And you love this
"I do," she replied, with the courage
ot her convictions.
"And yon will throw rue over for
"No," she said, "you are wrong. "
"Wrong?" and there waa astonish
ment in his query.
"Yes. Wrong in the nee of the future
This was a thrust of the deepest dye.
"Ahal" he ejaculated fiercely. "The
dastardly deed has already been done. "
"You have guessed it, Molville Wel
lington," she answered him simply.
"Tiswell," he hissed through his
set teeth again. "Wait, you crnol one,
and I'll show you how I'll jump on this
lover of yours with both foct, " and he
strode out of tho drawing room.
The game of football was about to
begin, and the fair Evniluo sat smiling in
the grand stand, for Algernon had just
come out on the grounds, and the bleaoh
ers had grouted bim with enthusiasm,
llo was the whoolborse in the team
which was to tackle the team in which
Melville Wellington was another wheel-
And they were both kickers.
In a few moments there was a grand
rnsh, and after the wreck was cleared
away Algernon Debrassei was taken
from tho ruins in a stato of coma.
Ho was carriod to tho field hospital
and a cursory examination made of
him. Melville Wellington stood by in
All at once he hissed through his set
On the front of Algernon's person was
imprinted in distlnot outlines the im
pression of two large feet
Then Melvillo Wellington stepped to
the door of the hospital, and casting his
eye to tho grand stand he shook his
chrysautliomnm locks at the fair being
who had hurled his heart into tno tn
Melvillo Melliugton was avengod.
Detroit Free Press.
. . , ,. i, ,i 'an leer, ouiv surpasses several on crB
nnl,i,,i lhaf nmn BHnev ill rpsilL'Ct IS IH1C : . . .
,.,..,uu ...... - , -- j)V (J Wa. ,llmm) ,.ct-
the 1'nited States from her. She has an
coved us in every possible way lor the
last 100 vi are. Shepavs no attention
It is about 30
mile's from Asheville.
"Th- kiy iiotc ol this superb world of
cramilv sp iuging mountains is the ma-
i.. a,.... ti.. .....n
to n claim for damages against her lor j o Vk m.s)s () ncuMl. nltitud(S
severe discrimination aganst our mer-lml mine w, laj to fw. tK.lr rugged
chant vessels in the matter of pott fees I .uliliinitv. Hut viewed from Asheville
and the like, and she has just laid an ; ' '"'v nielt away through pearly folds ol
. . , , ,,,,, j vapor, and the mighty mountaius lie as
embargo against our products that j )u. .a,(lnlj, )aKUlh the Bnowy cumuIug
virtu illy shuts us out of her maikets , c'uds that press upon themas a drowsv
altogether. 1 lion who blinks indolently in the sun-
This is the more nnnoving in that we! "hiiie, powerful tuinie (1 iccid with
, , . , , ,-..i grateful languor. Due thinks, perforce,
Iniy from Spain and her provinces-Cuba, i,.,tut H.etcra' land. For id the
being a notable example lar more than ; summer the earth is a symphony in
she purchases from us; and it issaid that j greens, their vary ing tints shrouded by
President Cleveland thinks it high time j t'!'" '"'"""'K veil of atmosphere.
.!. . ,...,. .jl,s,itM through the heart of this serene sweep
e.mi .Mn. .. . ,,, Ki-,iCiiiil undulations the Krench Uroad
ago when we snspcuded all comn.ciciiil : apfts with lordly tranquility. Against
intercourse with her. It took Spain only
two weeks to come to the conclusion
that she had made a miitake, and the
the throbbing blue of the sky the domi
nating lorm of .Mount l'isjenli is ethere
al zed till it seems the vaporous sub-
i siance of a dream. A gentle stil'ness
Vegetarian (who has been chased
across tho fnnco by cattle) Just wait,
you stupid 1 rates. From this moment I
am no longer u vegetarian. Fliegoude
Collector Say, look hero, I'm tired
of calling bore ohont this bill.
Tho Debtor Well, I'm mighty glad
to hear it. Li'e.
ruling against our commercial privilegts creeps like a nuieotic through the tern
was rercinded, so that wc had lor a time pereil liiillliaiue ol the richly colored
henceforth an cqu-il chance wi'h other
nations for her trade.
"In autumn there is the same tender
suavitv to the L'orL'Coi.g lines, tioht rus-
II, now, we should shutout fuar from j Sl t brown, vivid vermilion, ull the sump
Cuba, the storm that would beat around j timus ci lors ot the mature foliage swim
the Spanish government vv. u!d be one I valuptuius shimmer of the air till
. ,, .., , . I tnev setm reflections mirrored in the
that it would speedily bow to. , . v sul ;1Cl. ()t slmibtrou8 ake. But
. tiioiigh the veiled hues are a lullaby to
FOREST TtKsEKVATiONS. J t;,, th,tl, j9 ,, cncrvatlnR in
A correspondent asks Till! Citizun to ; the air. As the winter I cks the sharp
agitate still fuither lor forest preservn- j ' the North, so summer and au
.i a i f,i,:t tuinii arc tree from the enervating touch
tion, so that the crown and glory of tins - , n()H. r()(iii..(, ,.ltillltU.s igou.
region may not puss away before the :y jjcinallv tlnshed with the excellent
demands of the tree cutters. The danger! wine ol her own vintage. In tins atmns
is perhaps not so great as our corns- tdiereol dreamy peae'ccnergiziirgstrength
The mountains and',,,,,,, '
mountain sielcs are not likely to be at
tacked lor some years to come, simply
tor the reason that the prue ol the
crease, tor those who go there once it
needs no other recommendation."
"It is not surprising that Asheville
should have Imgiel to the front as a
most desirable resort. The social gave-
product is not great enough to warrant t,,.CC whrte pisurc.seJrg
leaving the valleys and other accessible! themselves in numbers. Many very
portions of the lower wooded slop's, charming people have licen so subjug.it
Howevcr that may be, the ducv of pub- j ' h th Asheville climate and the lair
. ,. . . . , ,. . lace ol nature there that they hnve be-
lishing mlormation by winch wc of toim. rf8ilrillsl To nmny , 6cKRtt
Western North Carolina will see with all ! health it is the charmed circle, whose
cleurness hew nectssarv it is that we I balsamic air, laielen with ozone, renders
preserve our forests is still apparent "istencc still possible. There is every
', , , , , . . ' . , . - reason to believe that the popularity ol
Regard lor our forests and lor individual, ,1,111,. ng gurt wjll gte(lalv in.
trees is, indeed, something that might I e
ineludid in the public school coti'se ut
home years ago The Citizun started
an agitation for a great national p nk
to be selected somewhere in Western
N irth Carolina, and that we ought to
have. It coulJ be set aside now and pre
served just as it came from the hand of
nature, with, only, the addition of intel
ligent forestry in iis care and preserva
tion. Nowhereilse in the United States
is there just the beauty that we have in
our wooded mountains and hills pure,
cold streams, solt outlines, and clear itt
mo.'plicrc, and these we ought, in some
extensive area, to band down to poster
NORTH CAROLISi Aiili v
ARTHUR M. FIELD
Ml) 18 HIIVTI1 MAIM BTRIVT.
Pa con will conirr t furor by banl.2 m
thrae nutiora not lutrr ihan 10 a nt in S.it
urday.l CATitui c crimen.
Ciithollc chnrch, c nitr Havwnuil ntl
Flint utml. 1 ft White, nvtor IHviuc
errice Ht It a nt; SonJny tbui nt 10 a
m.;wvvicc dailj at 7:30 a. tn.
bAPTI T CIUKCH.
Flrvt Baptist church ComT Collets and
Rornce atret'ta. Kct. J. I- White, tHttor
Services at 11 a m and 7. HO p m Sunday
school at 9:30 a m.
Fern Hill BaptUt church, IHItmorc R.v
C I . Finch, imstor Sabbath sihool at
9.A0 a m; preach in k. 11 a m ann 8 v m;
prayer meeting 1 hurpoay eTcmnii o'rioca
FrencB Broad BTtlst chnrch Rev. J. T.
Br Us. nator. 8ndnv chool at 9:42 a tn
lleo V limn Su-eriittndcnt. Rev. S W.
Mitchell, tnichcr adult Bible cln. TMe ptib-
lit- arc cotdiHlly mvittd.
AcadeniT Hill Mlwion Sunday ?tliool nt
3:30 p in Braver irn t.HH vry ThurMay
west i-.un itnpil1! rv'ts.-io-' kcv, . i-
Sonthcm. Sundae school ot t::o a m
Braycr meeting every nturnay nisnt.
Mt. Zlon Bnp'ist church, corner raIe and
Spruce stre-tn. Rev K. 1. Kumley pastor
Services at 11 a m, 3 and 7 p tn. Tem-h-ir's
mectin very Te?.lHy ni(ht. Young
people ft meetlnij w ertnesany nint. All
curdially uivit-d. S'eum free.
H. n. cm'kcir, tiui Tii.
Central Method)'. UpiseopalChurch South,
Rev. H. F t hreitibi rji pas tor I mn- st-i vice
at 11a m, and 7 ;i'i p m. Sunday rhorl nt
3pra; Hpworth Lea devn ionul
meeting at 7 p ni shrp; weekly prayer
aieeting Wednesday ut H p m Visilurs e)
Bethel church. South Asheville, Rev
Z Hariri, pastor Services at 1 1 a in j
and 7.80 p. ui. unlny school nt it j
p. m , I.. B. Alexander suptr'ntemunt. ,
lipworth I-enstir devotional meeting ever .
Fridav night. Braver meet in it every Wednes
day nteht. Alt coruirtiir invi tn.
Kivcrsir'eM. K. church. South Rev W.H.
Willi-, pastor Bivine strviec 11 n m.
and 7."0 p m Sunday school at : p m.
North Asheville M B. church. South Rev.
R I). Sherrill, pimur. Snvics at 11 a
in an-l 7.W p ni.
Sunday school nt ihe Me hndUl tMinTiet or
Coll'iic street, becjuirnK promptly nt tt:S' a.
First church Rct. R V, OiiM.bcM. p:;t.r
Bivine worship tomorrow nt 11 ft in.
YounK people's nice titiK Vwdntsdnv vn
iuRttt 7:-!. Snhlmth School ft t R::iO p. m
(ioiuhi-lc Preshyterinn Church. Rev. Henry
M Barker. pat or Bivine -orthit pi M ait
and7'3'M nt. Sabbath school nt 3: ) m
Church kept warm ami comt'uri.ible and all
peraous cordially invited.
Bethanv church, m W u le lm iIihk i ouit j
square, near Central Mark t. Ret . S Mor
row, pastor Bivine worship at 1 1 n in nun (
H:3( p m. Sabbnth sehool it A i in Bray t
nicetitiv Wednesday at K p m. j
Sabbath sehool c inur S.uthiV avenue
an I McB -well street 11 n m. tninr-. an I
cordia ly invited to attend ilu;- service. t
Calvary Presbyterian church, col . Cho- '
,1c Hill Snbli'tth mcIumiI 1 1 n. r : t frchitiK :
:i p m. anl 7:30 m. Imv Bii-ti -
KtMSCOl'AI, C!lfM H
Trinity church, corn r C hatch nn ViMw
trt-ets, " Rev MeNe-'v BiiBote. rector -Sunday
after Christina: Holy Communion
7P a. in.; inornii'r pniyer and sermon
1 1 a m; Sunday Scbo I !:'." p. m: Chi
dret's i'lirit'tias service, -l;' p in. All
st vtattbi-' episcopal chnrch. H S
McButTy, Rector Mot niii,; er ice, 11a ru ;
event t'K service, 4 p ni.: Sun-in'. chonl,
a p. tn. h' tv cf)mtnuni'tn 7 a tn.. vvv Sun
day except tVe lirst Sundnv in t!sc month.
Ho'y eomnojiiion on AM S.iO'tsd.'v nt P
a. m Baily morning prayer, Miturday ex
eepted. 0 a. in.
SI I'nul's Chapel Rev J H PocUll. irinis
tcr in eharne Services n i?d and -Uli Siiu.ln v
iueach month at 11 a m St Andrew's NT
vices on 1st and ;hl Sunday in each month at
4:3U p m
Hpiscopal Chtipel, nt (Iraee KV Wm 1;
Rice Minister in charne Sunday Sch -ol. jo
atn;M rninjj service, second and thitd Sun
davs, 11 a m
if, ft. ciinu'ii.
Colleirc Street M. H. church Rev A
Clark, pastor Premium each Sabbath at
It a ni, and 7 p m; Sunday school at l
m. AH are cordially incited.
Religious services ever Friday evening i-t
0 o'clock and aturdny mornint; at Ul
o'clock in Lveeum Hall.
1-l'TM KK AS CHt'KCK.
St Paul T utlnrnn church Y M C. A ball.
Batton avenue, frev 1 K I'.usby, pastor
Services at II a m Sunday sellout at Bi
CllhlSTIAN CIM HCIl.
Christian church, earner Wood tin and
Spruce streets, RrvJ C McReyiuids paat-'i'
Breaching at ,11 a m Pubic cordial y in
vited. tNITAllAN CIUKCll.
Unitarii.n eh rch, ltl!lirtrd II til. South
Main street, Rev. Henry A West a I. paMcr
serrii-e Pt the Pastor ut 11 a m.
TH F. RE IS SO BETTEK BEEF, PORK. MVTTOX
ESPECIALLY MCTTOX) OR POVLTRY CROIIW
77.I.V CAX HE FOl'XD LV ICESTERX XORTH
CAKOl.LXA IF VOI R HVTCIIER IS A JVDGE OF
MEATS. TEST OCR JCVG.VEXr 0XCE OR TWICE
AXD JVC WILL A LIC A YS BIT OF THE
JAMES WOLFE MEAT CO.,
STALL A, TELEPH0XE
Wc ill kwp oi.eo Louse mornic.i; and evening during the week and
Are loaded with
CSiristmas - Presents
EMBROIDKRED AND LEATH3
Teal l)utk, SwulUicnds,
Kansas Quail, Suckling Pijj.
Crunay Miiuut.iin Wild Turkevs.
W. M. HILL Co.. City Market.
That Will Suit the Most Fastidious.
riiiui ritual ouc. iu o-'.au l
The l ift nrd cluitKst line of sliocs mid trunks in tlic city, j
The Guarantee Shoe Store,
M. LEVY, PKOP.
HoMd.-iy eipec'itlties (ciiiprisiiifj
Plum PuiMinjjr, Min'-o Mtat,
Fruits, Nuts, Edam riut--ti
lplo O.oese, etc., otc. Foi"
S. R.. KEPLER
ALL ii ml i-re HiObC Ixau-
tifnl FrmiK d rietures at
Dr. T. C. SuutirwDriiK Store
iti ihc Public i-quiiif. TI vy
inal;tl dtvirablif CliriytuuiH
In isoutg ard do riot out
of fashion. Priivs wi be
inn do lower tban a-ual dur
pacclms Colles Amat."
So sang Horace, and what he didn't know about Wine wasn't worth know
int;. Bacchus still "loves the hills" as in ye olden time. So instead of drinking
those vile chemical compounds with Trench labels, or the strong heady wine
of California, use the pure, healthy light,
WINES OF THE AlO UNTAINS,
Red, rich, fruity and sweet, at the same
price. Or the
Made riyht here at home. Order a case of the
ROStl0llC a dt-'lieious table claret at .$3.75 per dozen quarts,
"Ri-i ffn HinO T3 orl 1 '10 ""W!y of America. It is a most
nyciuiiic? iveu, CXC(.nL.ut touic am, curcs (UspepSia,
Or if you prefer a dry white wiue try
LPflTIOF 11 ',aS a t'c'lic:lle 'Tavor, resembling Rhine Wiue, and
CIAIVC js ICCommendcd for persons of full habit, or those who
are afflicted with gout, rheumatism and
The first two
MUSTIN, FAKES & CO.,
Kaveuseroft - School
MXr TERM BEGINS WON
DAY, J 'N. 14
T. II. TdVNUKK Wt
-.HT. tlfil.l M,i-!rr.
Provisions, Flour, Groceries.
2'i, 25 and 27 Lexington Street.
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
wiues ou the list are also sold by the Rallon, at S5C. per gal,,
For prices of the two last and for further information, Address
JOHN K. HOYT,
The UngadiiK' Vincvard, Luther 1. 0., Huncombe Co., N. C
THE ASHEVILLE WOODWORKING COMPANY
Is Now Prepared to Furnish All Kinds of
FINE CHURCH AND CABINET WORK AND BANK FIXTURES.
ASUKYILLE YVOODWOKKIXU CO.,
The Cudahy Packing Company, "
T'l'ilione No. 104.
Frnnk K. Myers it npiointt-d niljui
nnt nf the Second Bnttalion (it the Sic
Kx-CougreeMnan Hwart will lie in
Kuleigb on the 31it instant to optu reg
Hi Congressman nhii S. Ilendi-mon,
of Salisbury, denies positively the state
ment thut he would live At Wusbimjton
i ity and practice luw.
Wilson was startled by a tremendous
explosion Wednesday. Some persons
had fired off a bomb at the corner of
Vance and Goldsboro streets. All tbr
houses in the immediate neighborhood
were shaken and the Disciples church
was considerably damaged.
New North Carolina poitma'lers:
Flcuiming, Catawba county, J. T. Coch
ran vice . T. Harwell, removed; North
Catawba, Caldwell county, Mariittn
Corpening vice Sallie A.Corpt-niiia, dead;
Vilas, Watauga county, T. . Sulliynn
vice J. B. Council, resigned. New post
office Sbarptburg, Nasb county, Henry
C. Kobbins, postmaster.
A Washington ttlcgram sus:
i. H. Watson was shot and instantly
tiled by 1. P. Borgeron Christmas morn
ing near Aurora. Watson was .a con
stable, and was killed while conveying
Bnrgeron to persons who were to sign
his bond to step the peace. Thursday
night Bnrgeron was taken Irom the lock
up at Aurora, and hung to the limb ol a
tree near tbe scene of the murder.
The report of Adjutant-General P. II.
Cameron savs the efforts to perfect the
organization of the Guard are satisfac
tory, considering tbe meagre resources.
' The whole force it equipped for the field,
and can be in acti re service in 24 hours.
The Adjutant-General recommends that
the troops be rationed and tn tome
compensation while in camp. The
ttrengtb of the Guard it as follows:
First regiment, infantrv, 834; second.
366; third, 837; fourth, 839; unattached
companies, S3; naval reserve, 145; brig
ade staff. 8; general staff, 18. Total,
1620, or 23S lew tban last year.
W pssurMfM sir Sac oy
sera M wt mmj which sell at
4). tether ateJIe, Irjr theaa
aal he ceavlmcesl. dee, ff. Ire
JOHNSTON'S 111 N OF LI CK.
It Wim Coi'tiiluly llnil For Tho Hull-
From Hie Clmrlotte News, jlh.
Among The New's callers was a color
id mail named Chas. Johnston, of Berry
hill township. He came in for a contri
bution and the tale that be put up cer
tainly entitled him to one.
His wife was drawing water from the
well Christmas morning, and just as
she reached fur the bucket, tbe platform
give way beneath her feet and she tum
likd in. Johnston rescued her after an
hour's hard work. They had no break
fast. They had a 'possum tied to a
stake in the yard, and when Johnston
went to kill him for the Christmas din
ner, he lost the little finger from his left
hand. The way ol it was, he was hold
irg the 'possum while his resuscitated
wile was to knock the animal in the
head with an axe. She had the axe
turned lace down and made a bad aim
nt tliut, fir instead of bringing tbe axe
down on the 'possum's head, she caught
Johnston's hand, severing bis little
gThnt night one of Johnston's children
died nit h the croup, and yesterday hit
Imv rack wns burned. He promised the
News that it nn thing else happened to
him nv noon tomorrow he would come
iu and let us know about it.
Tho F.niKror of Japan.
Joliu Swintou in New York Sun.
Mutsuhit j, "The Honnrnb'e date,". is
in the prime of life; he is but 42 years of
ni-.c. He may yet have a lontt career as
the sovereign of the Sunrise Kingdom.
II he lie not the ureatcut of living rulers,
who is 'litre in imv country that can
dispute h;9 title to that distinction ? If
lie te nut the fnrenmt l the world's
rcvulniio--IMS, what is the mime of the
SOUTH OMAHA .tiB.
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
to Jtit;u up
your wrlfdit in firm, s'lmut.
Withy Mi, alter lh "11 rip,"
nr l'lii'iinuinla ("Lung Kevin-
" i, Iiiii'ms or other Fovers.
or any wasting disraso ; to
thoroughly purity your blond,
roui your liver to healthy
action, ami brace up your
system when you Icol " run
down " or " plnved-out taku
I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical
i4rrlniilim, Nttmn Cn Ya.
Dr. II. V. l'liHtni Srr-Allow
mo to oSnr my thsnks to you
fur my s-mid health slnoe uln
your "Ouldi-n Medical Dlsenv
rrv." I was but thn sharlnw nf
n prrenn, so tliln and hnwnrd, without one
inmni'iit's eiiw; had luffoml for yeiira with my
Umiai'li nml liver, and this spring bad a virry
vent nttiick of La (li lniie, I then cnminenoed
nlnir tlm ' IllWHtVHpp " Mi.fl mv nuuiun.v la
wonllcrfiil. I am torty-llve n
fiwl ns well and ati-niiR ui I did when sixteen
ira old i my siuep Is iu sou ud ai an uilant's,
x ours luauaiuuji
. Do von travel r Are jo thtpper?
The "Rnnd-McNallr Railway Onide and
Hand booh" contains all pertinent infor
mation. Atk yonr tmradtalir.
Beginning Monday, Dec. 17th,
l will put ou nle the largest assortment of ei'k, linen and
cotton Handkerchiefs, Bilk ties, gouts' scurfs and ladies',
tuifrw s' and children's 'oitts ever feen in Asheville. Many
there goods were bought for much less money thun it
cost to Import them, and I ki.ow I can p'easejQU in quan
tity, quality and price. Come and see our goods before
you buy your Christmas presents. We have the goods and
we are going to Bell them.
iT. A.. Porter, Assignee.
K have just received
QUALITY MOT QUANTITY
NO l-KKi; CU TS Ol A N V K1NI1 TO AT'l'KACT AT'I'KNTION OR
l I1KWV TKAUK AT Till! 1 '""
new iine(ir$.'.5o a.uiiAcrne m and Liqaor House M White Man's Bar,
$,,.oo Ijooilyear welt, liulies's line
shoes that arc good value for the
ve n large stock
of overshoes and umbrellas.
BHilSTTOlSr Sc CO,
KU. S9 P4TTON AVENVK.
A )i et(y Onyx Tabic would be a nice
Christmas present for the most fastid
ious. W. A. I31air has a large assort
ment; also some handsome polished ta
bles, easy chairs, comfortable rockers,
ladies' desks, hassocks, any of which
would be an ornamental as well as a
i Wlutt I claim i- Oi.it 1 k.t- the l.n, st .shirk 01 first eta v. nol of any lloustMll Ihe State. Any-
The Willie has been rtcomtiicmU'il ly the leading physicians in the State for medical ptiriosca,
Jas. H. Loughrnu, Proprietor.
NO. 58 H, MAIN ST. ASHEVILLE. I. C
Mv nuiiio is, '-Kti-p the lf-i an. I charge accordingly."
Mi' !. ice is second to m;iu- ill the State.
TI I.KI'IIONK CAI.I. l.w rOSTOl'l'lCK BOX i.sS.
Urltrt From a Hi.Hia'i.-c Solici.cil B xlK & racking Free.
Fort Royal & Western CsrcHua 8. R,
Almttlutilv tlic Only l.int llir inj: Ctintiiiumi
lliruiiKli clu'iluk' Mitwcvii
VSHEViLLfr'i AUGUbTA, KN, SA
VANNAH AND FLORIDA.
Lt. Asht villc s 10 n ni
Lv. HoinU'iMiuvillt Imh "
Ar. SnariuoburK 11 1' "
Lv. Spurtanliurx 1 1 J," "
Kv. GrreniAood 2 l'h1 p m.
Ar. Auifiintn A IO "
I.v AiiK'ista 1 :ni "
Ar Aiki-n 7 11 '
Uv. AiiKimt' l so "
Ar 8avnnuli 0 00 h mi
Ar. JacksoKvillr u 4A "
IVhourn quickest to AuUHtti nml AiUn.
Iitn-ct tonnccilun nt Savnnnuli with 1' i .
iMitulS P. Ut W baiUvu.8 t'orult rioriil.i
I'or Any Inforniotiun Adilrtus
R.I..TO t),Trnv Pni AKt v. J CKAIt'..
7U5 Bruatl Strt'i-t. ticu, I an. Ant
Dr. C, J. Oliveros,
EYE, EAR, KOSE, THROAT AXD LLG
31 PATTOIf ATTBNVB
(Otat Kajraor ft mita'i Drag More.)
r. 0. Bot 4aUttUM N.C
Broken Wagons and Yebicles
OP AH KINDB TO
. B. BURNETT'S .
(hop on College itreel, when they will be re
paired promptly and In Irrt claaa atyle. liar.
In tecured a firtt claaa horae-ahoer, 1 make all
Undiorf!nehoelnia ipecUlty. .
.CLL CERTAIN DESKS.
ihrniar' ..'Hi pat.iloirneor llnnk roimlem
-.i s,s. m.d itllier )llt' I'ui'lillliro tur l'.Un.
., read' . 1i'Uh. hlilrs.. I il'iK'K. Ilmik-.-
!., !;.. nml ut nimrhlowi iirirva, for
h" llt'01 llMMlH Kllltll'.
BAKK COUNltRS TO ORDER TO FIT ANY ROOM.
.'ti:leiip free. Peud Vic tn cover pcslagc.
TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CC,
ST. I.OI'IN, MO.
WILLIAM A. llOVC'F.
ALUEBT M. Itl KTOX.
BOYCE & BURTON.
OwitiK to iucreuec of business, more room is rcquircil. So that wc mny be bitternble
to accornniodute our ntnny customers, wc linvc decided to take the huge building,
Nos. 11 and 13 I'ntton avenue, (or tntttiy years occupied by F. P. Mimuaugh, esq.,
and adjoining the Battery Tnrk bank, where you will find us on and after January
1st, with a full line of house furnishing eood, cooking stoves and ranges, plumb
ers', gas aud s team fitters' supplies and plumbing goods of all descriptions, auch as
water closets, bath tubs, lavatories, valves, ftiuccts, etc., etc. We make 0 sptcinlt
of steam, hot water and hot air heating, Intimates and specifications furnished on
implication. Special attention given to jjb work. Don't forget the place.
BOYCE & BURTON,
TELEPHONE 150 NOS. 11 & 13 PATTON AYE.
. , . After January- 1st,
t, 103. '