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THE A8HEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Monday livening, December 31, 1894.
A ASHEV1LLE DAILY CITIZEN
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MONDAY. DECEMBER 31. 184.
It looks vtry much like a high compli
ment to American brains that theChit.ese
minister at Washington should have
cboten ohn W. Foster to manage the
case of China in making term cf peace
between that country nud Japan. China
bad all the world to chooe from in mak
ing a selecti in of n man from the ranis ;
ot diplomats and international lawyers
who should wrest from the jaoau n pe-
entatives the beit possible scttlemei t i
of the war that has gone against tl.c
former ration. Fobter has hud a wide
experience as minister of the Unitul
States abroad, and his reputation as a
lawyer of the firat class in his pat ticulnr j
field is sicond to uone. Rewards in such i
cases, by the way, are great, and it
likelv that Foster's f.c will exceed $11)0,-
non H,u.n,liu nn Hht. iH-rhni. cm
the amount of success he achieves and
the time in which he reaches it. Itisj,,,,,. ( limited means is snlj -ded; that
also likely that he will be nssisttd by : lite to him is an uncep.ingrounilol pleas-
able men from other countries.
Honors are becoming very easj in New . misMon in lite is to Distribute his
York, and espcci illy in the vicinity of the j l, Zm" '
L?xow committee. Two witnefscs Lefoie j u , I,;, ,stilllte of the rich man were
that committee, swore last week that coun t, how em i.ilile wot'M lie his eon
thev had once bought i IV Anthony dm ! '"'- h it ayei ues ol uninterrupted
', ., ., . , i er ment wool I lie opened to nun, end
stock with MOW) so that a green goods ,w k (() (if
indictment was not pushed against tin in. . a, m,,nvi. ),;., tastes and inclination
Anthony Comstock denies the tiuth ol pnnnpvl. In point of fact, however.
!,;. flw.n ,,H ,.,.!, make n ilainac-1 he rich Han. in s one respects, is more
lng "break" for an innocent man. lie
sa; s :
"Hv the way, speaking of G.lT, I'd like
to know what the little sic et was when
he was an assistant distiict attorney
that OHn I. Grav was not prosecuted. 1
found in this man Cray's possission a
million nnd a half dollars' worth ol Lou
isiana lottery tickets, and under Mich
strong evidence brought to Mr. doff this
man was not prosecuted, and, Mr. T, jll,
will von tell me why ?"
This is of en us.' an attempt ti iliveit
attention from M Comstock to Mr.
GolT, which is not the way an i inocet t
man usually acts. Comstock 's plain il
nial without any trimmings would go
a good ways; coupled with an attempt
to smirch the character of iK'tniin befoic
whom the damaging assertions yvete
brought out, the denial loses force.
TI1K OVTU AMI CAl'ITAI..
The Sew York Advertiser says:
" The South is in need of capital, as it
has frtqiicntly conlissed. It likewise is
in desperate need of common horse sense,
a need so apparent and despi rate that a
confession would be carrying coals to
Newcastle, And until it gets this horse
sense and puts ii in its high places, it wili
iiuve some uuuiiit in m iiuifc e ic'ii.
The Baltimore Manufacturers Record
prints this :
"During the wiek contracts tinvc ircti Hcnttv V( tuack, was Instantly
repotted for the construction ol a dry-: , ". Young Womick had shot nt a
dock nt Galveston sufficiently large to , rabbit, mid Hovee Scoggin, nged 18, n
accommodate tl.c licavieststtumcis that i son ,, r, . ,ii,an Seoggins, was stand
now enter that harbor, audu contract ,M ; rot ol him with his gtin on his
lor $'.HO.OOO worth ol jetty work tie ir ( shoulder and was in the act of taking it
Arkansas I'uss and an cxtcusivceontract down, cocking it ns he did so, when his
for jetty work lit Ytlnsco.lolloyvu.gsome ! (i int r slipped Irom the hammer anil the
heavy investments made in the develop-! weapon was ilisclinrgcd. The entire
ment of that place by lii.slon nun i ,d, consistiasi t.f bird and buck shot
Chicago capiu.'ists. The orgatoi ita n Indgcd in voting Woinack's face nnd he
ol a company for the ti'ii.ntion ol , It d. 'id in his trucks.
3r,(KI0 or -KJ.0U0 horsepower on tic:
buftuehnnim river, reported list week,! Minks I.IKF. A A1, AMITY,
will probably result in the building ol an ,., p,.t hurd on tin. Dopiirtiirc ol'
itrmcnsc power plant in lialimioic to Itc-v. J. I.. Wlilto.
redistribute this power to electric rail-; '. " . '
way nnd manulacturing companus. I he j Kl v- 1,r' T. H. rntchard, in his Sunday
gasworls of Atlanta have been pin- d.partmcnt in the Charlotte Observer,
chased by Philadelphia people, who wd1, s;.,.aks thus of Rev. I. L. While. hi work
it is reported, expend $,j()(),UUH in mi
"Among ot hi r industrials projects re-:
ported during the week were a SJd.OOO ,
glass works in Mary land, a J.o.ouo ice ,
plant and $100,0110 quarrying company ;
iu Kentucky, a $li00,H0() company toeu- j
cane la ramie cultivation and manulac
ture nnd also to establish n rice mill in i
i.-i . ,inra.n I:-: . ,
3 wo'and suwmd, ii. Alabi.ma:
a $100,11(10 ice manutaci tiring comp.my
in Wes Virginia, a $100,000 in ning I
company, a $32.01)0 electric light plant j
and a $10,000 iron mining company ir. !
Tennessee, I. 100 000 cotton mill hi
South C idinn, the purchase of a large
.tn. (or tho nnroose .,f huildinc !
a $300,000 cotton mill, and contracts
for the equipment of another cotton
mill at the cost ol about $100,000 in the
me state, a suKiirritiucry in Louisiana
a $o0.0()u construction company, a
$;i0t),H(10 improvement company nnd a
$50,000 asphalt company in Texas,"
The Advertiser dweleth not where it
can hear the music that cometh (r tn the
hand at the head ol the procession. It
is back among the catacombs nnd
tombs of the past, turning oyer is-ues us
dead as Jul us C'cmt's grandmother.
Come out into the light, brother.
I'EAItCK AM) KI.ACi I.Kit.
One G.Wilfred Pearce. who, in the New
York Sun, signs himself as "President
Association of Southern Democrats in
New Jersey," writes to that journal as
'fvvcrywheie iu the South intellii;eiie
is on the dclense and igtiornuce i, on the
offtiisire, striking down public nnd pri
vate crtdit, poisoning the well springs
of prosperity, and playing the p irt ol
Dick Turpin on every high roud of com
merce. The attempt of Gov. Uogg to
arrest Mr, Ilenrv M. Flagler, divested
of the mumbo-jumboism of Populist
reasoning, is simplv an attempt to hold
up a man on the highway and comixl
him to pnrt with a portion ol his money
to escape bondage. Mr. I- Ingler has in
vested not lts lhau $6,0110.000 in
Florida investments, and has built, fne
ofcost to the people ol the Stnt,
chuiches, hospitals, schools, and public
buildings; he has induced many wealthy
Northern nnd Wtstern men to make
large investments in the Sjuth. As a
thank otTcring for all these good dteds
the Govtrnor of Florida stands ready to
hand him over to Gov. Hogg ol Texas.
The persecution of Mr. Floukr is a line
specimen of Populist statesmanship and
poor white trash policy, which must br
rebuked by the brainy people of the
Whether Flagler hat' invested $0,000,
000 or six cents in Florida has nothing
to do with the matter of hit being taken
in a legal way to Texat to ttand trial
for an infraction ol the last of that
State. He is iu Florida to make money
. out of hit Investment! there. He hat
not conferred any favor on the Governor
of Florida by ' investing $0,000,000 at
' St. Augattioe and Lake Worth and nt
other placet in the State, and no thank
offering It doe him except at it may
come voluntarily irom people who feel
that they have beenetpecially benefitted..
Certainly if Flagler hat beta ttked for
id legal way by the governor of Texas,4
the governor of Florida cannot lay, at
a excuie for not delivering him, that he
b wealthy cKlxen who bat large in
veatawntt in Florida tndthoald there
for fct tMOipt .front the operations of
the law he is nllcced to have violiiteiJ.
Mr. Flagler bimsi.II. we arc glad to see,
tukca no sacli view of the matter at dol
Mt. Tearce who fliei to hii rescue unin
vited. Hcsnys be is willing to goto
Texas uvd answer the charges against
Mr. Pen rcc's remarks would not be
w.irtli noticing if they did not show evi
dence of sympathizing with the tendency
of the times in some quarters to bave
otic law fir the poor nnd none at all for
the r eh. We do not believe the "brainy
ieile of the S uth" to whom Mr.
I'earce appeals believe in any ni:h dis
crimination. For our own part, we
hope that Mr. Flagler, it the requisition
papers are regular and the governor ol
Florida is satisfied that they were made
in k!o I fni'li, will go to Texas and there
net wh it is as much his due ns it is that
ol the ni.'UMCgi "nior white" there or
elsewhere simple j istice
I'lCXAl.TIKS OF WF.Al.Tll.
It. Hons says the Millionaire's Uflj
Is Not lVat't'lnl.
From the New York Mail and Express
Mr. Charles llroadway Rotiss, the mil
lionaire meichant, is quite as pro-
mniu.'iil in his opinions as he is vigor
ous in (lc cxpn,SMn of , Afu,r the
I rectiiii oi an unusaaav large proportion
liHtip inn Ii'ltt-rin hiw ninil Iih aritil tn
a Mail and Kxpres reporter today :
' It is n mistaken idea that the man of
wiHim is txmipt Irom the nnxuties,
! I'liri'M. tririls mifl ti ihiihitioriH to which
I utt: timt nooiihuittions test upon him
x i u'. liv lm ov ti voliiion, nuil that his
i to be t" nun ssemtiM than envied. He is
the picv of that horde ot harpies
'win tod iii. t, ii itlur do they
spin,' vet who claim that the woil 1 owes
i lit in a living. These beggars nrc the
ii nit-' ;i nt. untiring and uuscriiptilou'
uistioMis ol the rich man's pence and
ouPou. Thev txhnu.U human ingenuity
in ile . m'Iii mis to deplete his pmse.
Thet make specious nod moving
appeals to the softer elements of
Ins nature. Thev thaw such piteous
pictures ot suffering and want us
to ii.iluce mistaken and undeserved chnr
itv. 'Ih ynre pertinacious in their de
mands and importune him nt nil hours
ol the dav and night. They lire devoid
ot till sense ot dihcacv and decency, and
do not hesitate to violate the sanctity
ol his home circle. They are human
SOUTH CA.KOLISA SEWS.
A meeting of the North Carolina
Coinnietii d and Industrial association
i , nihil to he held ill Raleighon Weflnes
day , Janti iry 10, 1 S'.ij.
- Rutliiriordton Demociat: Mr. Wil
liam Geer, one of the county's oldest and
hiiihlv ri'SHcted citizens, who lived with
his s in, Mr IV. A. Geer, near Darlington,
was kicked by a mule Fridnv evening
and liici from his injuriis within an hour.
Kutherl'oriltou Ifrtnocrnt: On Col
Frank Coxe's Itrond river farm
Christmas day Crawford VYomnck,
a sixtecn-vcar old son of Mr
I in Asheville nnd his intended removal to
; another field :
'This very talented minister of the
! cuspid has aiei pted a call from Macon,
i I, i. He has been in Asheville lor four or
! live years, and latterly has been preach-
inn to the largest congregation that
gathers statedly in the State. His Sun-
nay iimm nuiiience win numoeratnou-
. JK "JT'
,h"nnd"c 5hu!c c,' ' 8 S;?M? ha!
l r.- ' an,d 1'b so entirely met
l"1' " ..thc ca9 Alhwille
' " ,u"k ',kf ,ca,taln,I7 to hflve
r.U1C:"D 1 '""e.State He go-s to
l' r,"ful wl'frc thert are
9CXiral . . among others, Mercer
university, the Ha t is t school of the
State. The church he will serve is one of
the best of any denomination in the
S luth, and they pav him a generous sal
ary. He received $2,000 in Asheville; he
will get $3,000 and an elcgnut home in
1'oKtnl I'k-i-k l lillson Dead.
Ilenrv E. Chilson, postal clerk on the
route between Salisbury and Knoxville,
died at his home near Salisbury Friday
I of pmumonia. He wa about SO yean
I old, bud been in the service 24 years, and
I nad rtcently decided to rctircnt the close
: of his quarter-century. Mr. Chilson was
la man of many good qualities and bis
I lai c had long been a familiar one along
the Western road. He had friends at
every point on the liue where Uncle Sam
transacted any railway mail business.
Mrs. Mautiia Jam Prinolk, of Chute,
JdW,"ii (u., y. In., writes: "Having been
a great aulfcrcr for many yetrs with nearly
evury tuseoie mj sex is
heir to, I can now say
I am well and hearty.
Hnvc done mora hard
work In tke past year,
and with more ease,
than I have done (or
Kefore consulting you
I was the most w nich
ed nnionfr women, un
hIiIii to wnlk or sit up
111 tied, mid now 1 owe
my good lit'Hllli all to
Dr. Ht-ree's Favorite
Mho lmNr.ic Jienimi Discovery ana
Whs. i RiNnLR. .i.,.0tg,. i gained
twflvi. imunils while using- tho flrat buttle
1 send you my nlrtlirn toirotlior with my
ini'A hi inili It thiuiks. To any onn utTering
m I did who warns to know the particulars
of my i'iw and who wQl send a stamped en
velnK villi naiiin and address on, I will
Wi lli; artictiliirs."
The relation which price heart to a.ua''
it y in literature ii ma.lc obscure by the
Chriatmat Cosmopolitan. St "ties by
Kudyard Kipling, Wm. Drnn Howells,
Mrt, Spencer Trask, Mm, Burton Ilarri
son and Albion W, Tourgre ore inter-
perted with poetry br Sir Edwin Ar
nold, Edmund Clarence Siedman and
James Whitcomb Kilcy, while through
the number are teatteted illustrations br
such famous artists at Remington.
Toche, Keinhnrt, Turner, Van Schaick,
Gibson and Stevent. A aeiirt of
portraits of beautiful women of
society illustrate an article on
The Relations of Photography to Art; a
travel article by Nnpoleon Nev. grand-
ton of the fame us Field Marshal; one of
the series ol Great Passions of History,
to which I' rootle andGoste have already
contributed, . and half a doien otbrt
equally interesting, go to make no the
attractions of the number. The Cosmo
politanpeopl. say:. "We might charge
ion more tor this nnmber, bat,' In all
frankness, could wt. give oo better
material, better lllnstrated.ll wechsrgtd
yon a aonar a copy r '
' SHE FELT SORRY.
Bat When Bh Hnil tba Nsws Bha Col-
6he had belief in her charms which
novor wavered, bat somotimos she prat
tled too much for her own good. She
pounced npon friend in the dressing
room at a recent reception.
"Ilow awfully nioeyon are looking!"
she said. "Do yon know, I Just dread to
go down Btalrs. "
"I don't see why. Those sleeves are
enough, to make a bride envious. "
"Yes, bat do you know if Harry
Sweeting is here tonight?"
"Yes. Why do yon askf"
"Why, you see, I tccepted Curtis to
day." "But what has that to do"
"Oh, doar, everything! I m fraid
that he will foel just swful, and I'm so
tender hearted that"
"Did you see this morning's paper?"
"No. Were a lot of bargains sdvor-
! tiscd? Yon see, I bad a note from Curtis
by the first mail. He said that be would
call in the afternoon, and I was so busy
gettiug ready that I never thought of
the paper. But about Harry he has
been coming Iowa our itreet twice a day
for the last six months. At first he
would just pass on the other side of the
street, pretending not even to glauce at
our house. "
"Oh, ho was"
"Timid? Yes, that was it 1 felt real
ly totichod by such silent devotion, and
after that I would often tap on the win
dow and call him over, but he would bo
so nervous and ill at ease all the time.
Why, he would not even look at me,
but keep glancing down the street all
tho tinio. By the way, ho most have
passed yonr house. Did yon ever aeo
"No; he never passed; he"
"Must have stopped in at his unclo's
iu the middle of the block."
"But, Helen, a man who"
"Yes, as you say, a man who is real
ly in lovo is always Bhy. Poor follow, I
hope bo will not feel that I have trifled
with his affections."
"Oh, no; be"
"Oh, be never would really blame
me, I know, but that doglike, speechless
affection is really very touching.
"Oh, Helen, I'm so sorry"
"Yes, I'm orry for him too. I really
can't tell him of my engagement,
Couldn't yon manage to tell him gently
"Why, certainly. I'll tell him right
"Do, if yon seo bim. Are you going
down now? An rovolr, then.
"Oh, Helon," called another girl, "I
suppose Fanny was telling yon of her
engagement, wasn't" Blie? When is tho
wedding to bo?"
"Is Fanny engaged?"
"Yes; tho morning paper announced
it. Shu's taken Harry Sweeting at last,
nnd I'm glad of it. I'm tired of seeing
him pass every day on his way to her
house. Aren't you going down now? I
should think yon would want to Bhow
that lovely gown."
But Helen only wanted to go away
into the desert and hide. Chicago Tnh
Nut Quit Satisfactory.
"I nnderstnnd," said the detectiTO,
"that yon had a clew to tho wherea
bouts of Crook 1 e, the famous criminal. "
"Y'os," replied the brother officer,
slight one." ,
"What was it?"
"A man came to me and said he was
Crookles and wanted to give himself tip
because he was tired of eluding jus
"What did yon do?"
"Nothing. He couldn't prove his
idoutity." Washington Star.
Did you notice what a stone
.Mr. Dibbles gave ns?
Yes, but he just came from
He's naturally a little rocky,
vou kuow. New York World.
I hid offer inn Bvcial bartrrtina
wool lad eV vests f r nxt ton
Mines' and childivn lio-" is
values in tin's bin tlmn miv
you io buy dreas g.) tin, t-orscts, l!anton 11-inacl, domes
tic a. i e-li4 etiitff for !e suoucy than ever before.
Remember my stock of gent's
lurge aud 1 can fit you uj
13.00 up to 1 15 00. Call
J. A. Porter, Assignee.
AT BREVARD'S STORE.
Thlpfa That An fiatd.
"Now, major, do your very best to
come to ns on Tuesday. I Bhnll expect
yon. But if you can't come of conrso 1
shall not bo disappointed!"
Tho ambitious young editor of tho
Perkinsvillo Handspike rushed into the
family sitting room in a stato of great
"Luoy," ho exclaimed, dancing A
hornmne. "I'm getting there!"
"What is tho matter, Cyrus.'" osKea i
bis wife, "What do you mean?" : j
"I'm gettiug famous, tlear! I am ,
making a name fur myself !" ;
"Have you had an otter from a tec-
tare bureau, Cyrus?"
"Not yet, but the papers livo begun
to speak of me as 'tho wicked Hand
spike maul' " Chicago Tribune.
The country bride and bridegroom,
with clothing creaking now, walked
lovingly hand in hand down the broad
hotel dining room, two souls with but a
singlo thought, and blindly oblivious to
all things tdso but each other on tins ,
great, happy earth of ours. Almost ;
crowded on ono chair, ho fondly fed her
as the parent bird its little chick. j
""Darling," ho muriimringly cliuo
kled, "shall I skin yo a pertater?"
"No, detiry," she gurgled; "I've, one
already skuu. "Tit-Bits. j
Magistrate (severely) Five witnesses
testify that you tied a tin kettle to a ,
poor dog's tail. I
Bad Boy Please, sir, that was only j
to ballast 'ini so if ho failed off any- !
think ho wouldn't land on his head. I
A Wise Clirl.
A little girl is reported to have writ- 1
ten in her examination paper, "Tho
Arctic ocean is chiefly used for purposes
of exploration. " Loudon Globe.
ARTHUR IW. FIELD
StO. 18 KOt'TII MAIN KTMI'-.I-.T
in cotton, half-wool and all
daye. My utock of ladies'
lull and ynu can find bettor
win im cls Now is the time for
ready made clothing is very
iu anything you want from
and so o ir f.J 00 overcoats.
Thut Will Suit the Most Fastidious.
P KICKS TKOM 50c. TO 2.50
The Nst on! cheapest line of
The Guarantee Shoe Store,!
M. LKVY. PKOP.
i ALL nud Ko those boau-
tiful Friinit i Pictures lit
Dr. T. C. Smith's Drujr Store1
cri the Public Sijuiuc. TJ ey
ii'iikf! de-iriihii' (hrirtnuiH
m wntH ni d do r.ot f!0 out
H of futdiion. P
nin.de lower than u-unl dur
thf? Mt)l (Ihyh.
MUSTIN, FAKES & CO.,
Provisions, Flour, Groceries.!
23, 25 and 27 Lexington Street.
Dr. C. J, Oliveros,
EVE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT AXD LLG
31 PATTON AVKNtTli
(Ortr Kajnwr ft Imilat Drag More,)
t .O Ma
asatviUt M, C
THKKE IS SO fiETTER JlEEf, IVtK, AWTTOS
ESMiClALir MCTTOS) Oft FOVLTKV GKOII'S
THAN CAS HE FOL'SD IS H ESTERS SOR Til
CAROI.ISA IF VOCR Hl'TCltER IS A JCLCE OF
MEATS TEST OCR JCDCME.VT OSCE OR TIME
AS!) for WILL AI.II A YS Ri y OF THE
JAMES WOLFE MEAT CO.,
STALL .1, TELEI'IIOSE
AND L EATH 3
sluts and trunks in the city.
ricpH will he
have just received a!
new line of $j.;o and i
$3.00 Goodyear welt, ladics's fine!
shoes that are good value for tlie
nioiie)'. We now have a large stock!
ot overshoes and umbrellas. '
BLNTON & OO.,!
NO, 39 P4TTON AVKNI'E. '
A pretty Onyx Tabic would be a nice
Christmas present for the most fastid
ious. W. A. l?lair has a large assort
ment; also some handsome polislu d ta
bles, easy chairs, comfortable rockers,
ladies' desks, hassocks, any of which
would be an ornamental as. well as a
Broken Wagons and Vehicles
OF AU KINDS TO
. B. BURNETT'S .
hop on Collect street, wh thejr will be re
paint! promptly ud la Brut cUm atyla. IIav
lag stcurtd a Snl clan hotta-shoer, I make all
kinds of flae;thoela( i specialty,
We will keep open house morning
Arc loaded with
Tci.l lUuks, Sctil Hicnds,
Kansas niinil, Suckling l'ig.
Cloggy Mountain Wi'd Turkt.
W. M. HILL & Co., City Market.
llo'iilii,? ripechiltit'8 coin pricing
Plum Puddirijr, Mmre Moat,
Fruits, XutH, Edam nnd Pi it
upplo (Jnt'cso. etc., etc Fen
S. Ft. KEFLHJR
I 4 jacchus Colles Amat.
I So sang Horace, and what he didn't know about Wine wasn't worth kuoyv
j in),'. Hacclius still "loves the hills" as in ye olden time. So instead of drinking
ino.se vne cnemical compounds with t rench labels, or the strong be.idy yvitie
of California, use the pure, healthy lie,ht,
WINES OF THE M O U N TAINS.
Or if you prefer a dry while whle try
It has a delicate
arc afflicted yvilh gout, rheumatism and kidney trouble. The first two
wines on the list are also sold by the gallon, at 85c. per gal., jugs included.
I:or prices of the two last and for further im formation, Address
The Kngudinc Vineyard,
THE ASHEVILLE WOODWORKING COMPANY
Is Now Prepared to
FINE CHURCH AND CABINET
ASHEVILLE WOODWORKING CO.,
II Kaul'fii an, S.ipt.
QUALITY NOT QUANTITY
NO I KKK CU TS III- ANV KINIl TO ATTRACT ATTKNTION OK
' DRAW TKADi; AT THH "
Acme Wine and Liquor House and White Man's Bar.
What I ct.iim i tliat I ktrji llic Lirtrt'st stm k ttf firt class itomls of nny house iu the State. Any
one in mvi ol purr tin.ntultt r itt il liniiors will find it to their inlet eM to call and examine my stock.
The name ha been recoiniui-niltil hv the leadiui; physicians in the State for medical purposes.
Jas. H. Loughran, Proprietor.
MO. 58 f, tl AIM H r. AKHF.V1LLE, M. C
My iiiultn N, "K. p the lii-'.t anil di;iij;(.' nccoulingly."
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Port Royal & Western Carolina R. R,
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Through Scliedule Pi-twmi
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VANNAH ANO FLORIDA.
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Kor Anv Infornmtion Address
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723 II road Street. Oiu. I ns. Ant
AUtU STA, (U.
WILLIAM A. llOVl'F.
BOYCE & BURTON.
Owing to increase of business, more room is required. So that wemoy be better able
to ftcvotninodute our many customers, wc have decided to take tbe large building,
Noi, 11 and 13 Putton avenue, for mauy years occupied by F. P. Mimnnugb, esi
and adjoiuins tlic Battery Park bank, wlicrc you will :.n l u- n hihI niter Innuary
1st, with a lull line of house furnishing n;ood, cooking htoves mid ratifies, plumb
crt', gat and steam fitters' supplies and plumbing g mds of oil derciititions, aueha
water closets, bath tubs, lavatories, valves, fuueets, etc., etc. We mule a sptcialty
of steam, hot water and hot air heating. Estimates nnd specification rurninlied on
tpplicntion. Siecial attention Riven to job work. Liim't foigct tbe place.
BOYCE & BURTON,
TELEPHONE NO. 150-
After January 1st, 181.
and evening during the week and
here at home. Order a case of the
5 per dozen quarts,
Red, rich, fruity and stvect, at the same
price. Or the
The Burgundy of America. It isa most
excellent tonic and cures
flavor, resembling Rhine Wine, and
for persons of full habit, or those who
I.uther P. 0 lluncombe Co., N. C
Furnish All Kinds of
WORK AND BANK FIXTURES,
Ti I'-pli'Mit' So Kit.
;0LL CURTAIN DESKS.
,,,r ,.,,.- ,,th ratnlnmir or Ilnnk Connlpn
:, sls, iimJ olli. r Olliw V:irnllnre for V
-w ri-u.lv. li'sk. hnlrx, Titlilr. Ilmih.
.isi'N, l.lc. uml t iimK'liliK irl', for
I hi- llt 41immIn innil.'.
f-'NK CCUNIRRS 10 ORDER TO FIT ANY ROOM,
.intl.iui:. lr'". Hi-mi lie loci'v,TiKinln84,
TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CC,
lT. .H is, MO.
ALHEDT K IJUItrO.N.
NOS.,11 & 13 PATTON AVEa