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SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1890.
If advertising dors
n't pay, why is it t lint
tho most successful
merchants of every
town. In rfsesuul sum II
nw the heaviest ad
vertisers? If it does
n,f i7 v to advertise,
why do the hen viest
business firms in the
world spend millions
in that way'.' Is it
beennse they do not
know ns much about
business ns thesis for
.7 dollar "stoivkeep
er" in a country town,
who says money
spent in advertising
is thrown away.
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sati'rhav. X(i i:.ihi:k i.-i. two.
A Hill of I'artlvulurM.
Mr. Cleveland, in liis nieecli in the
Thurmnu limnim-l, emne ilnwn In nil the
littering KvneritlitieK elmraeteristie nl
mich occasion, uml nuilc a sii-i-li that
tits the times Hi a licit. There is no nits.
taking that a man mitihtily in earnest
was behind that scathing comment or
Mr. McKinley'a assertion that eheai
clothing maile n cheap man. Mr. Cleve
land sets the pace anil direction ol tin
next campaign as noutherdemiicrnt has
It is turilT reliirm anil ecniuimieal. hon
eat government ''-ii lie makes the issue.
and on those points the ttcmocraey eai.
carry the country in Iv.i'.'.
The Sieech of Mr. Cli -telniiil, as it
(ears at length, si i ike ns .. Uing an
advance over nnv ol his recent utter
nnces. It is more perlineiu, more iliuvl
and it stands the npnlilican party up
against the wall where all can sec what
n alinu'iy looking thing it is any"ay.
But the re il value of Cleveland is Ins
sincerity. If Harrison had ln.cn as gooii
as many of his sK-eehcs he would have
made the Ihsi presiilent since piesidcnls
were invented. Hut he as not allc to
live within gun shot ol his inch moral
platforms and went over 1" 'Jna. as a
duck goes to water. Cleveland, on tin
contrary, is a better ailniiiilsii itoi iv
public allairs than his speeches pioiuisc.
Iiecause in addition to abiliiv and a
pretty exacting conscience, he has one ol
the most rigid backbones wet rowu in
lie's the man for ".).'.'
A Hlnutlliiit Minn race.
"There is a great deal of complaint
among miners and iiiiiic-owiiri in south
western New Mexico tliat they are not
prorly protected Iroin the Apache In
dians. who, il is charged, are allowed to
roam at will, and murder anil rob whom
tiny please, (inly a short time since thev
are reported to have killed two or three
eople not larlroin licming. df course,
troop, went in pursuit, Inn that was all
it amounted to, and the Indians tumeii
up in another ipiai'iT. w here they stole
horses and killed c.ililc."
TlIK foregoing is from a New Mexico
correspondent of the-New York levelling
I'ost. It is true, everv word of it, and
has liectt almost any month lor the past
fifteen years at least. It forms moreover
a standing disgnuc to the country. I'io-
neer work is hard cnotiuli at liest. but
when to that isadded the possible horrors
of an Indian massacre at any lime thr
full measure of the problem ol settling
Arizona and New Mexico can Ik- laiully
realized. And vet every lew days we read
ol Indian ieucc societies sympathiiiig
with these red brutes, all ol whom put
together would not Ik won li the lile ol
one decent w hite man. lieu. Miles, it
was supposed, had the Apaches subdued,
but it apiears that il was only lor a
time. They should Ik removed to sonic
island or to Alaska and allowed to grow
up with the countrv. It is a terrible
wrong on an enterprising iwoplc that
year niter year they should be scourged
by a handful of Apaches, dirty, thievish ,,,t ,",r l"'"'""" ucccss. us course mevi
I . ... . I tablv leiuls to unjust lavonteism, neglect
When llirclmll was convicted of itiur
tiering lien well Iiik Lir.ix asked us
readers to note carefully the course ol
Canadian justice, stating that there
would, in nil probability, lie no flowers.
no receptions, few or no npis'als, and no
postponement. Such was the case, llir
clmll, guilty or innocent, was hanged
yesterday, tliienpieal of his case was
taken, the highest court in the Dominion
passed on it. and there the w hoU matter
ended. In the Tniicd States the proba
unities are iiiiciiall would lie nhve tor a
year of two utter his sentence and then
he hanged nmiilsl an amount of gush
disgusting to witness nnd altogether de
feating the purpose of effecting a deter
ring cxumple on other criminals.
Onk of those cxasiernting exnniples ol
long life coupled with the excessive use ol
tobacco has just been off set ut Trenton,
N. J. where Witifield Scott Hancock
Doran died Mondav, He was live years
old and bad been a smoker since his sev
enth month. He was known us the "phe
nomenal boy smoker," hut the doctors
ay it was diphtheria that killed him.
t)K. Kocil has decided not to publish
the secret of the composition of his circu
lating fluid, says a Berlin disnntch. Wc
do not credit the statement. Il it is true
the (act would place Dr. Koch among
the quacki, would it not ?
Th Springfield I Muss. I Republican
asks: "What has become of Fornker?"
Foraker ? Foraker ? Seems to us we've
heard that name before, Oh, yes; he in
vented a fire alarm system and worked
it with his mouth.
CIEVELAM) AT COLUMBUS,
A Mil AKI HUPI.V TO PROTKC
Home Attention Paid to IHcKIn
ley' Slutement That "Cheap
Clotliea Meant Cheap Men" and
That "Cheap and NaMty go To
1 he lollowmg are extracts Iroin ex
President Cleveland's speech nt the Tluit-
man banitiet Thuisdnv night:
The elements which make up the
strength and vigor of American citizen
shin are naturally related to our situa
tion and are simple. The intrigues of
monarchy which taint the individiinl
character of the subject, the splendor
which dnx.lcs the popular eve and (lis
tracts the attention from abuses and
stides discontent, the schemes of eon-
iiicst and selfish iiBgriinilizemeiit which
make a selfish iieople, haw no legitimate
place ill our national Hie.
The plain ik'oiiIc of the laud are the
rulers. Their iuvesturc ol power is only
accompanied with the conditions that
thev should love their country, that thev
should icalouslv uuarduiid protect its in
UTcsls and fair fame, and that all the in-
lelligcnev with which they are endowed
should lie devoted to ail understanding
ol its needs and the promotion ol us
Never could it be saiil of any country
so truly as ol ours, that the permanency
nl its institutions depends upon us
Thrill and curctul watchlulness of ex
lieuilitiire amorg the ieiple tend to se
cure a thntty government lunrichcapuuil
careful living on the pari of indivduals
night to cnlorce economy in the public
When, therefore, men in high places ol
trust, chained with the responsibility of
uiakini! anil exceutini; our laws, uotonh
condemn, but tlippautly deride cheapness
ind ecoiioiuv wit Inn tile Homes ol 0111
people, and when the expenditures of tin
government are reckless ami wasteiui.
.ve may lie sure that something is wrom1
.villi lis. and that a condition exists
w Inch calls tor a vigorous and rcseiitlul
ittence ol Americanism uy every man
A-oilhv to lie called an American citizen.
l'pon the iiiestion of cheapness and
eouoiuy, the democratic parly, true to
is creed and Us traili: ions, will un.ilu-r-ilily
lemaiu attached to our plain ami
riiLul x onle. Tluv are caiMvinllv en
titled to i he watchiiil care and protei-
1011 o their government ; and when they
ire Isirne down with burdens greattt
than Ihcv can lienr. ami are mailethe ol
ul scorn bv haul taskmasters, we
aiII not leave then side. How-eve
much others niiiv mock and ileriilechcai
'.ess and the poor and truual men and
.eoiiien of our land, wc will stand forth
m defense of their simple Americanism,
letiantlv proclaiming, "we call do
niinuhl else. Here wi stand
Thus when the nucstion is raised
.vlictlicr our iieoiilc shall have the nee
ss.incs ot tile at u . hcaiier rate, we are
not ashamed to coli:ess ourselves "in luil
-.vniti.'itliv wiih the demand lot cheaM-r
coMts. and we are not illstlirtH'd ov the
liiut that this seems "ne-et'ssarily to in
votve a c'n-.ifter man or woman iiiiikr
1 ic i oats."
Wacii the piMiuoterofa partv meas
ire wiiieh invades eiery home in ilic
.mil mill blL'ller i lees, ilevlares that
'dual, .iinl nasty go toi-tucr and this
viailc system ol chc.p things is a badiit
of prop.riv, lor ci'.e.ip uicrchandisi
aeans cheap men ami cheap men mean
i cheap co. ntrv," we n lici tt'illv repu
hate such ai, i'licrpie.anou ot Autocall
Ami when nuoiher one. hiu'li in party
iitincils. who lias Iconic notorious as
ie .'li'Vocate ot a i-ouii ivancc to perK.i
.late party snprcuiae'V by outrageous ili
Irrhmuv with the suliragc. iinntiuuces
iliai "the cry lor clu i pi less is un-Aiiieri
in." we s orntlillv reply thai ttis sietvh
lots not indicate iheshghlcsi coiiceplioii
ol true AiiicTic.imstu.
Il.imble nun with scanlv incomes had
liecu eiieour lycd bv the iullueiice mid the
spirit of our institutions, to pructiccccon-
niiiv and Iriigabtv lo I he end thai thev
niilit eniov iw the utmost thcrvwartlsoi
tliur toil. 1'he iullueiice ol the Atnerican
liouie was still about theui. In their sim
plicity ihcy knew uoiliing ot a new dis-IK-nsiiiioti
which made cheapness disrepu
table, and thev still loved thecheapcoais
ol Lincoln and (iarlield. and hundreds ol
their couture men whom they held in ven
eration. Anil thus, these unsophisticated
Americans, unconscious of their wrong
doing, demanded the redemption ol party
pledges and clainoieil tor cheapness, in
order that they miuht provide llie uiccs-
imlortsol hie tor lliemselves
Hid their families at the lowest possible
The leaders ol the parly, which was
e.uiglit in the act ol roliU-ry and which
was arraigned by the people for n viola
tion ol'its trust, were forced by theii' sad
predicament lo a desperate exiedieut.
To attempt to reverse the current ol true
Americanism and discredit the most hon
orable sentiments belonging to American
manhood, wrrc the disgraceful tasks ol
those who insulted our (H-ople by the nil
noiincemenl ol thr doctrine that to desire
cheapness was to love mistiness, and to
practice economy un, I frugality was un
American. When the path pointed out by patriot
ism and American citizenship is forsaken
by a party in power, tor schemes ol set-
lishness ami for unscrupulous ronspira
if the interests nt the masses, entire per
version ol mc mission oi Kepuiiiican in
stitutions, and, in some form, to the most
impudent and outrageous insult to true
This is a time when faith in our coun
try men should Iw tti 1 1 v rc-cstnhhshcil.
The noise of a recent mliticul revolution
is still heard throughout the land; the
iH'ople have iust demonstrated that then
is n point lieyond which they cannot lie
leu ny nnnil partisanship, and that tltey
are quite ciiniicteiit to examine and cor
rectly decide Hliucul questions concern
ing their rights nnd their welfare. They
have resented everv attack ukiii true
American manhood, and have taught
party leadersthat, though slow to anger,
they take terrible revenges when hvtruv
ed. They permit us to forgive our hon
ored guest lor nil the cheap coats he has
ever won, for thev have declared them to
lie in fashion. They have also decreed
that the Decalogue has a place in our
politics, for they have enforced the com
mand: "Thou shalt not steal," nnd have
rendered nn emphatic verdict against
those who have bone false witness.
A alio! at
Prom the Omnlnrii Noith State, iRrp. ,
So long ns party lenders are controlled
only by selfish ambitions nnd personal
aggrandisement, so long will the party
grow weaker nnd weaker, and never un
til the republican ship in North Carolina
is manned by men of principle will she
sail triumphantly into the port of vic
tory. A Trained, Tried Ueiilleniaii.
I'rum tht News snd observer,
Col, J, D. Cameron was clerk of the
House for six sessions, and is entirely
conversant with every detail of theduties.
He has rendered faithful service to the
party for many years, and even during
the last campaign his en was engaged
in the good cause,
HERE AXD THERE
IX NOKTH CAROLINA
Cireensboro is to haven fine school
bhznbcth City Falcon: The pro
tracted rain in September rendered cot
ton seed worthless for oil.
The output of the Mcdoe vineyard in
lluiilux county tins year is (i.iiiiu gal
lons ot niish and scupiermiiig wines.
Governor Kowle tuts decided to hold
his new year's reception in the ik-w exec
utive mansion. It will be the first public
reception ol t lie kind bv u governor in
this state in twenty-five years.
The North Carolina negroes are not
in a humor lor emigration. Their views
have since last year undergone a radical
change in this matter. It will he with
ditlicuity that auv can Ik induced to
Sixty-eight of the niuetv-six counties
have made, as tar as published, ollicial
reports ot the vote, ami these show that
in the sixtv.viglit the ilenricrutic ma
lority is IIT.liiii lor Merrinion for chief
I ust ice.
The reports of the strenuth of the
Christian church for the vear just closing
show some gain The strength in the
I mteil Mutes is now lJIO.lHIO, ami ill
North Carolina 7,ilt). The straiu'li in
the other southern states is verv small.
In fifteen vears five hundred people
have probably dieil in Wilmington who
died Iroin poisons, mid who would have
liveil many years longer hut tor the nox
ious and iH'Stilential gasses and poisoned
waters they were forced to drink and
breathe. Wilmington Messenger,
N'ewsroiueslrom Ashe county that the
ther dav while a discussion was oil 1k-
tween republicans and democrats over
the national election news, the Rev. Wil
liam W. Baldwin was shot, and after liv
ing drugged for a hundred yards was
l.ca ten almost to dentil. The assailants
High I'oint Enterprise: Over two
vears ago Sandv Nuvlor, a colored bov.
lost his speech alter a night's debauch
mil remained dumb as a post. Lust
Wednesday lie went to the circus in
rccushoro and it. 1 1 in witha doctor who
liegun to treat him. The doctor iust tie
something to a string and let it down
Tandy's throat and all ut once lie leli a
relaxation in his chest an. I has been lulli
ng ever since.
las. K. CuiiipMI, of Ilukorv. writes
to llie I'tess ot tliat town as follows eiin
ccining the late D. W. Shnler's defunct
hank lucre: "An investigation bv tin
issigncis revealed the tact that the lunik
-vas rotten to llie core; that il il evet
:iad a capita I il had long since disappeared
and llie liank Iwiil liecn kent a Una I by
wide spread and systematic lorgeriei,
and the bank examiner duiied bv lorged
notes ami false affidavits. His deposi
tors n.iil only aiiout .ill per cent, ol then
Ail old I. ishion iron sate which he sol
diers rolled. xitofCol. M. Finn's residence
in the year IM.iibrthcpurist-olo'tiiug
and rilling the same of its intttcius is u-t
l:iiug on the edge of the walk w hen
the soldiers placed il. Their inosi skillful
i lei ices fa ilt it to cllrct an opening ol tht
itc, an I as it coiiiaius oiih a lot oi
stale bank moucv, which is oi no v line
al a tew other articlcsol no scci.il con
pienec. Col. Fain has lu-vct- opened
s line since us J, vears sooucu in lilt
trccl . Murpii Bulletin.
O.T Vear" Memories).
l-'rotn llie Sew- Vork l-:vrmnic liM
Most of llie rt publican editor presume
upon tne ignorance ot their reailcis. and
allow the example of the Chicago Trdi
me. which says that "oli-yc'ir lictoiics
hi the democratic side are alw avs fol
lowed by republican victories in I lit suli
scipuut general elections." Apparently
thev think that nobodv rcn.cnilfis how
tile reaction id ls"t was lullowcd it
I. "' by the presidential election, in
which llie democrats curried slates enti
tled lol'.iti ot the Will electoral voles
and the reaction Ink;! by the pr. siiltmi .l
.lection, iti winch the demon. itic colli-
iliue received JIU ot the il clictmul
Won a Moral Victor).
I r.nii the Stn'tstillr Limilmnrk.
Verv lew men who have sulltrcd as
much as lodge Mcrrimon has in iHipul.it
estimation, live to see themselves vindi
cated, because few men are strong enough
to ireail Willi dignity and consistency I hi
paths they have marked out for them
selves, amidst such storms ns have raged
aiHiiu mm. it nil resolve, itsell into
this: that to his splendid ability he adds
dignity ol character and is u man of the
highest principle. While making its
iiwisunce to other winners, the Land
mark uncovers to this winner of moral
as well ns political victories.
rmin the Illrntlnghnm Age'llertiltl
III the account of tbclrngcdy al Colum
bus, Chi., occurred this sentence: "The
Howards arc among Columbus's best
IH'ople." That's curious rending outside
ol the south. There is no other countrv
on the luce of the glolie calling itsell civil
ized where three men ol the best ieople
oi tne community in wnten tney lived
would do w hat the Howards ditl. It is
a stigma on the south that such a thing
is possible here. We need nn improved
public sentiment that will correct this
ItmiH, Mr. Cleveland's Tra-
I'runi the lilniilnKhum Awllernltl.
liis supiHirt of Ben Duller for the
presidency in opposition to the demo
cratic nominee wns an offense that the
party will never be uble to forgive.
There are Maleamen and platen.
I'rnm thr Wilmington Messenger.
Mr. Tl'rirn I'M a very shle sutl ncute
Ntatesinnn l,ui he ws, not the open, hunt-si
hrnve man thnt Clevrlnnd I,.
Thev Have One I'.tiemjr.
Prom the New, anil Caurlrr.
Prom n,,w nn the tlemtH'rncjr and slllnme
will flght tuicether sjcslnat the i-ommun
A cream of tartar hshlnf Miwtler. Hltrhrsl
of sll In leavening strength U. M. Onvern.
men i aeport, August 17, inmk, pujdiuuiy
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It Itnvra nntouvheil nn InitHirtii'.,
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reennl. equally trnntworthy nml In-.renting-,
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lllentn of our time.
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lie tillted wltbaatrict rrK.nl lor the iiunll
llra thnt make II a fc and welcome tlaltor
to ev ry home.
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GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
A minlrra Iinl clnaa hotel. Hot ami cold wntcr iin.l:hiilh iii-d tolleta .n ejery llnor.
lilcctrt" licl a In everv mom. open hie lo ollicc nml criitca in R-d riH.ma. (llli.-e, dinhiK
r mi hit'", counter, .iiinr inn! atntid and luir ..ml 1.11 ii.nl room on Ural lloor. Hire
trie atret't "nr ,ina Iloi.r , very 'JH minute. Kli liu oml and lliinville rnllroud rutin houae.
JO ininutea Tor r-tnla.
RATIOS, .0 PKR DAV.
A. G. lIAM.YBURTON.Prop.
J. H. BRl'AK Blfd WALTIiR liHKI-'4, C lgrhW.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INUUDING 8ATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
l-'ini.h.-l through. .ut in nti.iu. Onk.
Snwedunk W.tlla drii,Kd with Lincru.tu -
Kor luri!icr Inionn.iti.in roil on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeflerson Drive.
rir nn.vone who win Imy a pnlr nl' t'.rahiiii. SIkk-h mill not net v.r.ii- rei'ri.ttl Now nl
31 NORTH MAIN STKFI2T
lut iihitve fHrtt.- n ttt.rfhouw,
AKIIKYIIXIS WRY (.001)5 COMPANY.
t'henp at at on- ouenrlh lliitidli- nothlna ut ll"wli lloo.l. find liMiud to trei.t
.-Ml Im-.Iv Kir.HT XV,- k ci h -m i 'e SI ra ver kind. ll.uiie-iiKi.li- J.-iioa II x
made Plaid. I..me m ..li-lii.im-tlc. Ho - c
.hevillc SIiik- Co ' hoea
llowi.nl Promt nml Mill. HuVoiiiIk an-
Tlunr un t'fw inure inlcriniino, ,r in-
ktrui'tivv pulil'iiiliona otK'nil fur S-'Win-
licrtli.-in tlK-.iiN.Mis-.Mii.i.i:a Macaink.
Okksm, wliic li is jiint nt himil. Tlii 1 ntiT
Initiinu IK-riuilu'iil. 1 lie hiuvos n' iii. li
luia Ikvii ri-in.n kiililt-. in lain): iimiiiIiIv
iticre.ai'.l ill aiv. aa nil., in point id tn
tcrealiiiji ciinti'iiti. The Nuvi-iiiIkt isaut
ia liirj-er than any jirrviotia numli. r; it is
haniUomrlv illii-lr.iii'il. nnd nn . iiilinm-
ot ita i. ml cut a ahnwa t lir aolijivt trcnteil '
to Ih-ol rurt-init-n-ai to t'vi-i wi'timn in
the I11111I. The t.il.lc ol' tonu-iiii. cuti-
tnina another niioiirnlik- -irtti-le on
I'liysieiil Culture, liy Mia MiiIh'I ,ii-
neaa; Lonntt-as Alum- lit- .Mi.iiiniu a
rule fur Tnlile Hli.iurtte; the renil
uilHrroii Til K any, l.v Marie Ailelniile
klliK.-: "Two Tlinuksuivinua" la
imeml, liv MoIh-I Havdeii; "The I'.ivinu
nf Tluinks" I all CKanvl, liv leiiuie lliip-
kina; nn nrtiele liv l lureiur I'. SH.tl'..ril
on reailiuxi "The I lent of Temper," liv
S. L'tinplain; "Woman nml I'liiaiic Art,1'
liy Kate Kiiiiffmniin ; "TemiKTiiiue in
l-'noiL" liv Ittm-liatn Ilar(linir:"Si-lt-L'oiii
illlllliiill," hy Wimlcll Senvev ; Mr. Mil
ler' aerial, "The l'liilnauiiu-r ol Hiilt
wnoil" "A (.ill Stuitenl' Venr ill I'nria"
I vovemlier), liy Charlotte Warlon;
I-rum Man to (mil in aturvl, liv Likv
VVullaee; Faliinna for NovciiiIht lillu-
truleill, hy llaatitn lelarxei liilitorial
Comment, mid Monk Review.
huliKeritilion nriee, s'i.ol) ikt venr.
Single eopiea, LT eent.
Aildrea I hk i:Hrw-.Mii.i.ik n n. Co.
ailM i-'ilth Ave., New i.rk.
The Dally Newspaper Hent.
Tlio daily ni'VHuiNr in tli
iMiTol ail nlvrtiHinir uhhh-
uuiH, providing it in itropcrl.v
UHod. aVdviM'tiwiu in HnilV
iiHWHtiapei'N pa,yH, bcaunt1
tim papor moon 01
vwty to the pur
diawTday after day
and tfivoH HhopporH
and iMirchasorH tln-ir
niwantil newH thronuli tho
advertiHin rolunuiH, just as
they ixwn th nevn mat
tor thronurh tho oditorial ol-
umnK.-It. W. Orr.
AHK VOI R UHOllCK
''Sweet water Vullcy"
VERY SACK IS GUARANTEED I
MANtiaAeTUMRB HV Til H
nuvl . rtuw
ANbW DRIIII, earerully prepared by lean
Ina- oiemticra ur the Aahrvlll h.r m.
flneat parehment and hrarjr flat paperl, cor
tf ln all nreeaaare puluta, Juat mil anil no
na aale at the iiinne of the Citiimn I'um.ian
ran Co . No. a NnHh Conrt anaaea llnnlnt
i,ai-r- im r-rt
Parlor nod Rc-eptl.in Mini Hnihr.l in uunrtcr.
- ml. PnHlim. we wnnu. i i v.rv pur ol
AHhevllle Ir GootN Co.,
1.(1. HMWHi.i,, Mimsr.
17 Palloii Avenue
The N.tvemhtr huh Ikt il Hurprr Magit
line cJitti.K tin- llrt ' tnrt rrfm uf ins
hr un Hriuthrrn Cnltonii "I ur IimI"
I'jr L harUn hu'llcy Vrn r. dm. nlHnu thr
i'll- iitf. rt'inuriTii. mill nvrttrrv of thnt mom
tttt.'tT'.iiu poriiou m tiir rtiiinirw. Nu rr
oii IMu-tr.it.i.nH from photoKriiphii nnd
irom lrwinu t'.v (hitlnKthrtl Amrrlt-Hii
nrlluli- Kve ti'ltlillnntil viilin to thin intrrrat
liiu pii.H'r. K. V. Meiily ilriu-rttr th. iumnt
nlii town nt K 'thriituri , nnd in no
eotiiit oi 'lrr Mc.Htt rtnink." the ft-Hlval
li'ny which 4K-ini there nnninllv Hla r
tii'lr 1m m-vjnif'.tnirl hy nine lituNtrniion
Irom tlrnwinvi hv otti lUvh Tttc irric of
utililrM on H'.uih Aiiiern-fi liy Thco.lurv
( hi It) Im ctintliiMttt In "I'rlmn mid Comtnrr
cinl - hlli " The llliotintiui., which ure
tiiinicroini pntifnt vU-wm of ctli)tt't nnd m,tn
cry In n d rou d Hantliu'O nml VlirftiM.
I.n cmlio ll urn den. rl'tn "A wlnt. rjoumry
to J 11 1 111 u" hv ny ol thr Cnniidlitii
HniTr-.rt.l nnd th I'm-'tic ik-.n H H. M.
Hycm cuntrl -uUNiin nrticlr on "Kwltirrlitiiil
nnd tlir ' wIm" "Prlncitun rnrrrltv"
the mihh'Ct of n timely ihiikt tty 'rotror
W. M , Hlonnr. Iiiiuiti-t'p ltiMnUnbl nt ry of
"Port Tnmcin' U lirouvht to rnnrluilon.
Twrniy hHrm-trrntlc I ihiit ration Irom
d nwltiifat hy the dlNtiitKulihrd Prvnrh nr
tmtit, ,f rlmch. l(otl, him) Montcnut nc om
ji'iny thin Itmtul" rni. Thr other flctii.it In
i-inilm "A llullowr'n Wrmth." hy Wihlnm
li'mk, with five HiUMtr .tlon; "Mndrilrne;
t-r, thr Pritlvnl of thr lrnd," hy ttrncr
Kihki and 'Tin trait," hy (tilth hnnn
1-MitKr. !r H Wrlr M'tchcll cintrihiitci n
iliiirinlnu pin m tutltlrd "1 he Uutikrr l.ndy.'
w h't h 1 itiiilnily mul hrautlfu'ly tllimtrntrd
by llo iinl I'ylc. othvr I'ornin nrr "In N
vcnilwr," hv Arvhihnld tUampmnn ; "Too
l.mrt" hy lutlnn Hnwihornr; 1'Thr World
hiioti On' hy Hums Hawthorn l.nthropt
"On Wriklnn from a DrramIrM Ulrrp," ny
Aimlf l lrhtp, and "A yuntrnm," hv lllltn
Cnrmnn. ticorK William Curtla. In tht Kill
lor'i Himy Chnlr.dlncuMira n utimlirr ol loier
cntlttf nuhtctt, ut h nn thr drcrcanr of nun
nlntlnn in nomr of thr tnovntaio dUttictn,
tfrMtlrmnnllnrMH In I'nnlntnent and in Con
urn. the "norfrty column" ol thr nrwipa
P'm nnd n mr niTiit ktvlntlon for Ihr r
Mtriilui of thrlltpior lr.-(tic Wllllmn lirnn
MowiIIn, In thr IMltor'n Httidy, connldrn thr
mnm rrct'tit thci tici rvwirdlnif thr iirlifin of
tin Arynnr.. I h 11 r leu Ihnllrv Wnrnrr. In thr
I'dHurV lirnwtr, t-ndn tht rnndrr'n nttrntlon
to n pmrlnr trndrncy of mmh-rn tlmrtt, nnd
mil. ur-tn thnt thirrmnv lir mill fnrthrr til
umphR for thr nlot mat hint and tlrctrtrity.
constantly on hand.
WECATERTO FAMILY TRADE
j. ic. hi:kd & co.,
No. 10 Court Mquare.
netuu tl vr
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarat for Keema Creek Wonka Mllla,
Norm Mala Aaherllle, N. C.