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ASHEVILLE, N. C MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1894.
VOLUME X-NO. 205.
! HOLIDAY GIFTS
FAST .ON JUUAIS,
W ATA U(U BOCK :WHEAT
FLOUR, NKW OKLEANS
a x D jALxpjy
MOLl SKS. M ACARON J,
QUEEN OLWES. RECEIV-
POWELL & SNIDER
"The White Corner."
A.. I. COOPER,
NO. COURT SQUARE.
IN BNDLBSS VARIETY DOWN
AT THE ,
It would be use ss fur us to attempt to tell of
half what we have. We mention itpecialty the
attractive line of lamps, ailk shades, wire shade
frames. Denulson'a paper for shades. Silk
shades from $1.50 to t'S each. Cut glass and
French China In everything that is pretty and
useful. The line of Wedgewood and Copeland
ware deserves mention. Quite Ihe fad to have a
piece in your home. Dolls, toys, books, etc. We
have them lower than any place in town. Our
Bargain tables, 5c, 10c , 15c, 15c, 50c, give dou-
And the best winter wheat floar sold on the I . . (or Tour monty. Yours for a merry
III' UN' ED.
THAD. V. THRASH S BRO.
NEW YEAR GIFTS,
Remember all your friends
by giving them a fine Art
Calendar. Sold at
22 South Main St.
AT GREATLY RRDCCRD fRIClS.
DIARIES FOR 1895.
A Full Block At
For Their Patronage
Happily It Wm Not I .a to. and the
liiH'stH Itoiiihoil tliv strwt siiR-ly
six Servants Imported MImMiik One
DoittH III lloxpllitl.
Amiany.X. Y ,IUc. 3l. The eaudidacv
of several men fur shaker nl' tlic assem
bly received n startling baptism of fire
here last uitlit. The Ik-lnvun house, the
center of all bis state pi.litie.il events fur
40 ycuis, was coin pit t' ly (1 .'Stroyed.
It was 8:30 o'clock when Slate Fac
tory Inspector Connolly remarked that
he smelted smoke and suggested an in
vestigation. Hefore it could be begun
there were cries of tire from different
pruts ot the house simultaneously.
The f ut burst oi ll.iniesl cfnre nil alarm
could be given to amuse the inmates of
the rooms was something appalling.
Fortunately the gti st list wu9 not very
huge. There was a tush lor the stairs,
and in n lew minutes there was n turn
bling mnsi of humanity coming
down the few means of cgtcsi
In less than 13 tniiui'is nfler the lire
started, the entire structure was wrapped
in II imes. In 20 minims the building re
sembled a seething crater. 01 the hun
dred or more gmsts at the hotel not one
is known to have saved more than the
clothes on their person. The lire burned
fiercely for five hours.
M least six servants arc unaccounted
for. The payroll has not yet been fully
verified and it may be that several per
ohn Norman, one of the waiters, says
he took Louis P. 1'avne, a well known
friend of Hamilton Fish, to room 303
just before the tire broke out. lie re
tinned to the office to get some traps
lor Payne and ilibvered them. As Nor
man was returning to the cUvator, a
dense smoke appealed and he rushed
mound lorn room to room to give the
alarm. Norm n says the sir-ants were
appnsul of the fire in time to save i hem-
srlvca, out thev ran iimurnl to nrouc
1)K( LINKS TO INTERFERE.
I.i-ttor Vrum Juiluo Mnottao Reipinb
luir Myrn Connelly's (as.
Deputy Sheriff J. H. Hampton bat
shown The Citizen a letter received by
Sheriff Rrookshire from Judge Jamea
C. MacRae, who presided at the term of
I court sivcral yenn ago whcnMvra Con
nelly was tried for the killing of Samuel
Sumner, at which the woman was con
victed and sentenced to 10 years in the
penitentiary. Judge MacRae says he
has recently icccived a petition from
citizens ot Buncombe asking him to rec
ommend a commutation of the woman's
sentence. Continuing he says:
"1 write to you to show that I have
not been unmindful of these requests, and
1 btg you to iHlieve that it is from no
vindictive tiding against the poor
woman that 1 have to decline to make
this recommendation. I have been al
ways sorry tor her mother, who has
shown so much affection for ber daugh
ter, and I sincerely hope she may live to
Nee here safe home Vgain My
recollection of the case, refreshed by Ire
qucut applications of this kind, gives me
no ground for such recommendation. I
thought ut the time and still think that
the sentence was a light one. ... I
must ask you to inform the poor mother
nud the petitioners that while I am ex
trcmcly sorry I cannot do as they wish."
M'DAXi.lL AND WEIIB.
tiov. tare Fixes Tuowlay, March 11, an
Governor Cnrr has re-sentenced Billy
McDanicl and Henry Webb, the colored
condemned murderers now in Buncombe's
jail. The date fixed for their banging is
Tucsdny, March 12,1803. Theiroriginnl
sentence was for Janunry 11, which falls
Sheriff Urookshire has received the
official notice of the re-sentcucing of the
It is thought likely that Webb's sen
tence will be commuted to life imprison
ment. urige Tims. A. oncs has written
it letter to Governor Cnrr asking for the
commutation, on the ground i f Webb's
youth, that he was drinking nt the time
of the murder, that he was grcaty under
the influence of McDanicl, and that there
FLORIDA'S DISASTROl'SLY COST
LY FREEE VP.
The, Los ou Orangea uud OraiiK Troon
Will ltont-u Into tho Millions of Dol-
Un-H-M'orso Than tho Cold Suup of
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 31. Reports
by wire from 51 correspondents in the
orange districts of the state indicate
that at least 1,800,000 boxes of unpicked
oranges are solid pieces of ice und more
than 300,000 boxes of oranges in ware
bouses, or lying in bulk preparatory to
picking are frozen. Tomatoes, cabbage,
beans, peas and all vegetables in the
northern half of the state are ruined ex
cept the pineupple plantations which are
not mucn injured.
The tail of the northern blizzard
switched around through the Florida
peninsula and within the space of a few
hours Florida had sustained a loss that.
estimated in money, would reach into
The destruction will be felt for manv
years, dirictly or indirectly, by all the
people of the State. The lowest temper
ature at Tampa was 18 and the same
was reported at Titusville. At Cedar
Keys it was said to he as low as 16 and
at Key West it was down to 14.
The cold weather played havoc with
the plumbing and water supply in Jack
sonville. Muny people lound their water
pipes Irozen. The occurrence was so un
usual that it was some time before the
residents could realize that the water bad
actually frozen in the pipes. There was
ice in shallow places, however, and there
were icicles everywhere. The weather
nns moderated and the cold sp-.il is now
lIUKt KlMtUKiU DAHNSTOHM IMJi
A COLD WAVE
TO PREVENT A ROVttll SKIN AKD
WHICH AM .It
MOSTSVRB TO FOLLOW WITH THOSE
OF DELICATE SKIS, VSI1
THE BAZAAR OFFERS
In the Following Lines:
Misses' and children's felt hats, latest
st j les.
I.adies's l.lt Innuels and hats.
Inf int's cips, velvet, silk and cloth.
guests and in doing this thev were over- f 1 "8 l" VenD Knowledge ni
rnme bv miinlie I Mel' iiiiel s intention to commit the
WK wish to say that we have a fresh slock o
Huyler'sdnd other fine con fections on hand.
YKS. we have Home Toya left over which you
can huy at cretil reduction. Sleds, wagon,
dolls, doll carriages, etc.
as . MAIM UT.
-AT I.OWHST 1'RICKS-
Char'es Kisecrans, m e of the night
cli r I. s, cannot be found. Mis. F. S. Hill,
l he housekefK'r, is missing. Kate Crow
Icy, employee, is thought to lie dead, as
she is missing. So lar as known none
of the guests were lost in the fiic.
At I lie Albany Iso-pi t . 1 1 at noon the
physicians said lour of the lire palicnts
remaining ill' re would ne ver. Mrs.
Ilenrv F Fookc. wilcntji he agent ol tl e
Amciican Cash K.gistrv company ol
l)a ton, O'lio, was the only death, she
,W1 lit th,. li.iwt.itiil -si..' inrmi.-.l iVit.n
OI R Baking Department Is now .unplicd wlih , , . , .. ,,,1... ,,,, I Y, r hus-
the hest bread and cakes In the city. I aid elm g to a rope lire e-c ip-, lii Let
justing on a cornice ol tlie liiirl stoty j
I window for over ten mil tuis before the
, ladder reached to him. i
There me still twost'cams plating up- j
on the smoking mass ol lU bri". Tbeliotil
proprietors say the hotel eipploves I ad
discovered the tire and bail amp'e oppor
tunity to extinguish it lie I ore sprcadi'g,
but fir n lack of water,
Bradley Martin's family weic di'jiugiu
state in cue of tbt small dining rooms,
when the fire broke out. Thev iiad i I v
lime to escape and sa veil aim istnotl.i g.
Loss $3U,0Utl.00ll; in-uic I.
IK LAW FA II
KKKP WARM WITH A I'.OOl)
While we are offerinR them at reduced prices,
Seven don on hand. All colors, white, lilue
and Mack. l oo will get you first clan sweater;
fijowillget you a sweater with douhle collar,
any lite, it oo will get you one of the lat sweat-
era vou can buv in this city, Come before we
run out of the si.
17 PATTON AVE.
10 North Court Square
After getting on the square
we had to increase our
stock. Tbe store was too
large for small stock.
Our store is full to OTer
lowing. All onr goods are
fresh. Don't forget tbe
place. Goods delivered
tree and prompt.
Gr. .A.. Greer
who makes another so. A Christmas I
piect,t makes two people happy. In toys I
of many and varied kinds, in a selected!
list ol books that includes gifts for babies,
children, youths and all other ages; in I
almost sn) thirg that is usually found
in a book store, our stock is ample; our I
onees are reasonable. It costs you I
nothing to come, examine, ask prices I
and test the truth of our statements.
Morgan ol Co.,
WtX Court tfquwrt
""iiprciiK' onrt .IiiiIuji'k s.plll lliili-s, and
Miirilfivrs) (io l-'ivo.
Ki.i;ir.n, N. 0. Pec. 'JO The Supreme
court has decided the most mu irkabl.'
case on record in this country. It has,
crime for which he must hang.
In addition to udgc Jones' letter,
Solicitor Carter has written a letter to
Governor Cnrr, and the jurors btfore
whom the case was tried have signed a
petition asking the commutation.
Notice is given elsewhere in Tim Cm
zi:n tod iv bv Messrs. Chas, A. Webb
and las. II. Cooper, nttornevs for Henry
Welib that a commutation will be ap
plied for on the first of February.
Small Iiaiiiauc Poni'-strt'ctM too slick
lor Truck llmws,
Suiu'iiy morning about church time
the firemen were summoned to the J. IS.
Dicker soiuS; Co. building on south Court
Place. Fire bad somehow started in the
third story in the finishing room of T.
II. Liudsey's photograph gallery. The
fire was extinguished before it could se
cure a goud toothold. There was nn
I oil stove in the room, and it is thought
I that from this the fire started.
The ignition of the floor next the
I hearth in Mr, Youngblood's house on
McDowell strict, was the cause of a call
j for the firemen's services about G o'clock
i Saturday evening. The companies rc-
a,, l.l I.... .... 4 . ni:l.
ow,,ii,, jui tin Mieuuui ui i lie Biivb
pavements could not run out the big
Kow Wish to llnii'l tho Silvur Ilnlriil
St. Loi is.Mo., Dec. 31. Congressman
V, C. V, llrcckinridge lectured lust night
nt the Olympic theater on "Eras of
American Development" to an audience
of 150 people including two ladies, one
of the latter being his wife. Tnc receipts
did not pay lor the hall. There is a
rumor that bis future dates will be can
celled. Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 31.-W. C. P.
Breckinridge is booked to lecture in
Memphis this week, mid social mid club
circles arc aroused to nn extraordinary
degree. Yesterday two local chapters of
the Daughters of the Revolution promul
gated the following;
"To the Daughters of the Revolution
in Tennessee: In the name ol the late
Mrs, Isaiah Desha llrcckinridge, a char
ter manlier of our society und a grcntlv
wronged woman, we appeal to you to
discountenance in any degree or form any
courtesy or attentioncxtended to W. C. I'.
Ilreckiuridge, her husband, thereby up
holding the dignity, honor and purity of
our society in American wotnunnoon.
Mildred Spottswood Mathcs, State
Notwithstanding this a lending society
lady has issued 00 invitations to a re
ception to be extended Mrs. Urcckinridgc
who accompanies her husband.
AND YOV WILL Ufi PERFECTLY SUR
PRISED WITH TUB HOOD RESVLTS.
CtMPHORLlNK IS ,') MORI! AX
EXPERIMENT. IT li KI'PT CoXS VAS T
LY IN H"NVREIS OF llOCSEIlol.DH,
AND IS PRIZED AS UXE OF THE
IIHST DOMESTIC PHMBDIKS. FOR
SALS II Y X EARLY ALL THIS VRVIi
CISTS IX ASlllA'U.LB. MAXVFACTCRLD
OXLY II V
RAYSOR & SMITH,
31 PATTON AVE.
Oakland Heights Bote
Until January 15th 1895.
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5 in 'T,
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horse reels and trucks The boscmen
took out a jumper while the ladilcrmen
carried axes nnc. other fire fighting
Tl... i.i : ; i i
in fact, no parallel. Two deputy shei ill's ' , "",a "n'"0
. ' . ' ' : oeliirc a gr.-at deal ol damage was done.
ol Cherokee county, n.iiiuil lla.l and The lire department horses were rough
Dockcrv, iieisued Audretv llnson anil shoo before the sevcie weather set in.
I he l:illrr tl il ni'rn.4 t hi' T, nntiiif. lint'
Hall and I'ockery, standing in CI croker, i "A" ''"As1'IMi At ( llKNT.
shot and kil'nl him. They were tried . j, Nolniul siisIuIiih a llroki-u Arm
formiirdtr in Cherokre und were eon-: Situriliiv Mglit.
victcd. Tbev appeal -d to the Supriiu.- , ..
court, which gave them u new trial. ; G. Noland, the young N rth Mam
Then o mil pros was entered and they ' grocer, had an unlortunnte experience
were din'hnrged, and immidi.itclv thev j while coasting down the slide on North
were n.r.s'ed on n charge of coinniitling Mai Mnv Woodlin about 10 o'clock
Children's c:ips, velvet und cloth.
Ladies' and misses' cloaks.
Infant's long und short cloaks.
Ladies', misses' and children's voolen
Ladiis', misses' und children's woolen
All heavy dress goods.
Also what is K ft of our holiday goods
will be put at reduced prices.
It will move than pay you to call and
sec these big 'largains
43 PATTON AVE.
! .een in cuslodv awaitinc extradition. I ntufonv night
He was on a sled that
1 Tiu.e 11..1 ..., r i;' i carried besides himself another eentle-
i tin.. fr,,t,i incii.' T..,i, ...! i ' dmh nnil twoyotitig Indies. While on
Im.tU-en in 'that Sim.. The s,ir, ,11,. ! 'be way down their sled was run iuto
I court decides that this claim is jut nud
that thev must be discharged.
Two of the five iudt.es dissent and sav
that as murderer was committed. f the
murder cannot be tried in N irth Caro
lina he should be delivered up to Tenn
essee to be tried nad that cxtiaditiou is
net n criminal, but a remedial statute
and should be liberally construed to
effect the obj-ct intended, which is that
criminals may be aiiprebcndid in any
state in the union. The legislature will
have to pass a special law to cover this
case, as the constitution does nut cover
it. Atlanta Constitution.
8j 8 $ 1J Hot Soda,
A HAD 1'KNSIONKK.
bv a coaster that was following, with
th; result that the occupants ol Mr.
Noland's tied were thrown off. Mr.
Nolnnd's right nrm was caught between
n runner and the curbing and broken a
few inclus below the elbow. Almost the
entire arm wus very bndly bruised.
Mr. Noland was taken home and his
injuries were attended to bv Dr. E. C.
Stiimcs. The victim of the accident is
getting on as well as could be expected.
but it will be some time before he is able
for duly again.
Tills NciiMiit tonal Fact Coiiicm Out Ik'"
tore- tlio'Li'Xow I ollllulltcc.
New Yokk, Dec. 31. Before the Lexow
committee, which adjourned Saturday
without day, Superintendent Byrnes an
no u need that his resignation was in the
bands of Mayor Strong. Nothing else
of esixciul interest wns developed by the
examination, Mr. Byrnes said the poli.-e
commissioners wanted to be rid ot him;
that they gave him no power; and that
he wns worth $350,000, most of which
hud been made for him by Jay Gould.
Byrnes todav took occasion to correct
the impression given bv his testimony
before the Semite committee S tturdav,
that all the commissioners of the police
board had intcrlertd with him in the
proper discharge of his duties. He said :
"No, I have nothing to say against
Messrs. Kcrwin and Murray. Since
they have been on the board,
things hive been very different. No
transfers have been made except Tor
cause, and in cverv way possible they
have assisted the superintendent ol
President James . '.Martin of the po
lice department will resign his office
within a few days. Martin so announced
today at police beadquartcis.
TI11EI) TO SAVE III SON.
THE BEST SHOES
Ml'lllMMU MOVES 11'.
Hot Beef Tea,
Tkat while we are packing the llalllngsworth I
foods to move to our other Urge stock at 14s I
Roberta street, we vill offer to merchant, and I
other ca.h buyers good. In .Ingle dozen lota at I
the price of latge caae Iota.
Our 40c syrup at aoc. Our 60c syrup at joe.
Our ? avran at iu.
Thla la s bargain of bargains, and only good XI Ot 1ilOCOUlte,
till Saturday night, Our choice tomatoes la call
ing In trade, Come and get prices, the stock Is I
complete anil must go this week,
101 PATTON AVKNDS;.
P. I,-We art ready to tell and deliver any or I
all of the natures at bargains.
J I' I i
Hot Clam Bouillon.
lie lias Drawn ftlS.OOO Fmiiclulcnlly
from tin' (Oivci'iiincnt.
Fort Smith, Ark
Taylor, 00 years old and blind, was sen
tcneiil to five years imprisonment for
perjury nud presentiig fibe claims
against the government. For 110 years
Taylor has been drawing a pension of
$72 per month for total blindness tillegid
to have been caused In a gunshot wound
received in the army, A wound in his
breast wns caused bv blister plasters,
and five examining boards passed it lor
gunshot wounds. The blindness was the
result of sicknets contracted two years
after the war. Taylor plvadid guilty
aud claimed the Innirl was planned fiv
pension attorneys. He has drawn $18,
000 fraudulintly from the govern ment,
(.nines to liu I'lajcd
Messrs. Murdoch and McNuir, the
i'li(.plir rtrrti tvlin nm air,at tin," ltr
Del'. St. Illhn M. ! l. rlmmim.nnhiii nl Vnrtli Pnmlinn
sat down to play Saturday evening with
"Dyke" as the beginning game. Mr,
McNnir was feeling unwell, but conclud
ed to try one game. After a bard fight
Mr. Murdnchwon, and Mr. McNnir de
cided it best not to play further thut
evening on account of his nervous con
dition. This morning's sitting was for three
games. Two of them were drawn and
tbe third wus won by Mr, Murdoch. So,
now the mure stands: Mr. Murdoch,
0; Mr. McN.iir, 3; drawn 13. There are
eight games to be played before tbe
championship question will be settled.
THE WOMEN WILL EDIT.
Aud llotli I'crlslnsl In tho Flumes
Nkwaygo, Mich. Dec. 30. Fire early
yesterday morning destroyed the house
of Charles White, a farmer living three
miles from here. The fire started on the
ground floor and had obtained a good
headway when White and his wife who
were sleeping on that floor, awakened.
I' our children were sleeping up stairs,
White rescued three of them, but when
be went back for the fourth he was
overcome by smoke and both father and
son were burned to a crisp.
Snow Storms In Euirluud mid AValcs,
London, Dec. 30. A heavy snow
storm accompanied bv fierce gales pre
viules in the north of Liiglnud and
Wales. Travel in consequence is greatly
Heinitsh & Reagan,
k MERRY CHRISTMAS TO Y00 ALL AMD A HAPPY MEW YEAR
Thanking jon for the liberal patronage yoa bare given ui, and if low prices, good
goodt and fair dealing it what yon want, wt nope to have a continuance ol the tame.
Maple Brrnp, quart cant, 88 cents; half gallon cant, 65 cents; gallon cant, 11.00. Back,
wheat Flour, SH cents, and car load ol good thing! to cat that will please tbe
NOLAND & BON.
K1II1I011 ol' a Memphis Newspa
per on I'Vliruiii'.v 1 1.
M km I'll is, Dec. 31. The Commercial
Appeal has placal its plant at the dis
posal of the women of Memphis, who
will edit the paper f ir one issue and re
ceive nil revenue accruing thcrclrom lor
the purpose ol siurting 11 fund to build a
woman's temple in this city, similar to
the iVoman's Christian Temperance
I'nion building in Chicago. The edition
will appear on St, Valentine's day, Feb
ruary 14. The ladies will control eveiv
department from editor-in-chief to ofli.-e
llpwortli Lcniruc 1 11I011 Mci'tluu;.
Last eveniiu wus given up at Central
M. B. church, S.nitli, to a reunion of the
Bpworth leagues of the city, nud the
church Wns pneked. A very instructive
sermon wns dilivcrcd bv Rev. W. 11,
Wi lis, pastor ol Kivrriide church, from
I Samuel 17;45 "Then said David to
the I'h'lisiinc, Thou cotmst to me with
a sword, and wiih a sprnr, and with a
shield; hut I come to thee in the name of
the Lord ol hosts, the God of the nrmiis
of Israel, whom thou hast defied." A
collection wns raised for Rev. ohn C.
Troy, former pastor ol Riverside,
amounting to something over $10.
8an Francisco, Dee. 30, Charles L
Fair, ton ot the late ex-Senator James
Fair of this city, it not satisfied with the
terms of tbe will leaving the control ol
the forty million estate to strangers, nnd
Item' Admiral Hi-own Hero.
Kcar Admiral Geo, Drown, United
States N ivy, it sojourning at Ilnttcry
Turk. The last sea service ol Admiral
llrown wus the command of the United
States naval forces in the rucilie, and in
nis capacity 01 commander in chief wns
an important figure in the late Hawaiian
troubles, While returning to his flag
ship one evening nt Honolulu he fell and
sustained an ii'iury to the knee from the
1 licet a ol which be is still suffering.
Mikado" Toinnrriiw Kvoutug.
It now looks nt though there will be a
splendid audience nt the Grand opera
house tomorrow evening, when the
"Mikndo" is to be produced by tome of
Asncvuie's uest talent, livery attention
has been given to each detail' necessary
for n successful rendition, and that it
what may be expected. The proceeds,
remember, will go to the Library and
l?i n': '
i iunn luissiuu.
Mulmtuiitliil Appreciation. '
The lollowing invitation bat been tent
to the members of the fire depurtmtnt
"Wishing to show their appreciation
of your brave work nn yesterday, in
saving their building, Mrs. Sluder and
Mils l'ntton invite you to an ovater
supper at the Swtnntnoa hotel this
evening at u o'clock." -Between
Asltsvllle and Paint Pock.
The Southern Railway company it
now running a coach on local freightt
Not. 8 and 65 between Asbevlll and
Paint Kock, and second clatt ticketi wiU
Senator Fair, in his will, .declares he is
not married and has no children other
than thoi" mentioned. To avoid claims
of alleged heirs, he leaves "$"0,iU)0 to
any possible widow and $50,000 to
any other children that are decided by
law to be bis.
The French council of revision has con
firmed the sentence of confinement in a
fortress for life which was imposed upon
Captain Albert Drey! us by court martial
on December Jl,
A snow storm fans raged continuously
lor lour days iu the highlands ot Scot
land. The roads ure completely blocked
ana railway ttuint are mowed in.
Thomas Denton Coulter, tixth auditor
of the United States treasury under I'reS'
went tlurrison, died at Uniouport, U,
ints morning 01 ungat s disease.
A telegram from Jacksonville tavt the
great part of the orange crop was killed
oy me com Saturday night, entailing
lots 01 upwards 01 .',000,000.
From sii to eight Inebet of mow is re
ported from middle and west Tennessee,
east Arkansas, nortb Mississippi and
lamei McMullcn, a ritlsbuni laborer,
chopped hit wife to death with a hatchet
tnis morning and attempted suicide. He
Lord Kandoloh Churchill Dotted a fair
lygond night and hit condition this
morning thowt little If any change.
Emperor Francit loteoh hat returned
to Vienna without baring succeeded in
forming a new Hungarian cabinet.
Tbe Chicago Herald't fait train made
tbe run to Atlanta In 10 bonrt and ST
Tbt Flrtt Baptist chnrch of CfaaC
Imnim . --
Are none too good for this
kind of weather.
Duvs a woman's Goodvear
welt dongola shoe that have
(very desirable quality that
goes to makeup a good shoe.
A welt means no squeak, a
substantial sole, flexible and
comfortable. They arc m.-'de
to order by m ikers who excel
in their grade. Wehnvc s'zvs
from No, 1 to 9. All widths.
That's why we fit you.
4 N. COURT 8QIIARK.
W. A. LATIMER
NO. 16 N. COURT 80,1 ARK.
l'or small size
lleeker's lluckwricnt I'loiir,
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
If Vou Find Anything But Havana la
The filter of Our Red Utter Cigar.
Asheville Cigar Co.
Snow Seems to
Have Hceii Invented
Solely lor coasting at least most young
people think so every hill is crowded
with merry coasters your boy would
be there if he had a good sled we are
offering n good strong sled made of hard
wood with round iron tired runners for
7oc u good sleigh nt same price. Larger
sizes $1 00 nnd S1.25. The Famous
Flexible Flyers, steered by a bur in front
$2.50 has steel runners nnd braces.
lionBons & Chocolate
Pure and fresh, reduced from 80c to 60c
a pound discriminating buyers get Ten
ney's tbev appreciate its high quality
and dainty flavors.
Beautiful baskets, nil sizes, boxes Vi to
Canes and Umbrellas.
$2 00 imported canes, $1.25; silver
mounted, plain Congo canes, 50c; extra
strong hickory, 50c.
Umbrellas, 50c to $7, the latter leather
covered the swcllcst umbrella on the
market cane nnd umbrella combiucd.
Ifhguy whips, 15c; Wostcnholm 2
blndcd knives, 50c, the knives that cut.
Books, Books, Books.
All books at reduced prices. Dulwer
Lyttoh's works, 13 vol., $1.00. Shake-
spearc's works, 8 vol,, $3.00; Webster's
unabridged dictionary with index, and
s'ang dictionary of 5,000 words, $3,00,
leather bound, Chances of Success, by
Erastus Wimans, 50c. Ships that Fast
in the Night, 10c; Heavenly Twint, 35c;
good novels, lc each.
Popular music, 5c sheet; tong foliot,
The best quality at lowest price that't
bow we sell eyery pipe guaranteed at
represented just at well la ye 25 to 30
per cent, on pipes beautiful gold and
silver mounted pipes, both Meerschaum
and French Briar,
Long, Hill & Co.,
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