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THE ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Monday Evening, December 3, 1894.
THE ASHEVILLE DAILY 11TIZEX
mlNTKD DAILY ( EICETT kl'NIUV I AND WKhKLY
St HSCHIPTlOS HATES:
1 One Year. $6.00
Sil Montln .'!.!'
Thrnr Months 1 A
CITI2KN I One Month, in advance 6'
i One Week, paid to earner... 1 5
Tilt SEUNWKKKLY ClTIIHN. iKHueO evct-t
Tut-mlay and Friday, in advance, $1.
.subscribers who miss their pawrs r ;
if-pes'erf to make complaint at tin
olhce as soon as possible. '
M0DAY. DECEMBER 3 1894.
So IT ecmi that the S ili-.itois'iipq'K -tion
is settled and that Geo. A. Jones h.n
deleated R. S. McCall. We appear o
have saved ui ire from the wr.ck llau
Thk State canvi.snK b-jnnl Kivrs , nnj wlki.lK lltu.,v, with here and there
IVaison a total of 10,869 in the Niuth lome fu,c Bi(ill8 ,rora tlie Republicans,
district. ThbCitiZKN 6ures. coirp.l.dan(1 dcl(,,u K....m.. .,.most impossible,
Iromieturns forwarded in each case bj but no ollc t:lllll(,u t, ., increase tf
the Registers ol the county, are 10 SO f. j ,874 iu the district, alter cuatitiK ti e
The State board's fijjuns brinR ln - n-mocrnt. i-miblicans and IVnulists
son's muj irity to 135.
THE most sti-ring incident so f.ir t.tl Not onlv were H.-inoer.its deceived,
the Methodist conference whs the motion i but K-'publicans were equally dum
ol Rev. Mr. Ware of Rndsville that the j funded. It is true l'eirson claimod the
ci.n'erence refute the donation of $'.T.O I earth, but it istui.v manifest that I e
tender, d hv Washington Duke, on the j knew tuithhc nine cnnccriiim; ti e
round lh,t the monev was t'e r. tnlt ! affairs of the district than any one else,
ol a liuarcttemonopoly. The contt rerce j It vi.s ell bo ist'ul blns'er with Irm
took the. roonev, however, but Mr. then, as it has been arrogant sw.i.L'Kir
Ware's chuich in Rcideville vottd that ; since.
he was right. 1 "ut' r''ul ln'-s'' ''K't8 "l's v p'a'n
; that the fntn c e mttol of th's Concrei-
N spite of the expenditure in the i .jonnl distri. t will depend largely upon
few rear s of millions tor defence ny i
I'nitcd States, lulian Ralph, just f om t
China, savs we have no ship in their wa- j
ters that is not a laughmu stock wn j
other nations. Americans, lie
have had to rely on other nations t'o' ,
protection. Mr. Kuipn says oi a ""ln j
whom some of us know. "Mr. Jerni-,
,:an isa tlmroiuhbred Anerienu ol hi
,, rcliool. lie is a worm v-io.uui,, ,
Democr.-t and editor. He i- little, win, ,
nervous and M courai:eous ns n l"-'li ,
bred bull. .thoutdislikinKtnet.iiim.c!
he knows their trukiness nial tie isn t j
afraid of tliem. Let tne uniten Mans
Bet a full grown war ship in Chinese wa-;
tcrs nnd put lernifjan in command "I ;
and we wager mere win oe no moiChunBry (ln(, ,la(ll.gl,rvill(j politicians,
eomnl.inisoflnck of protection of Amer- Thcrc ,llc I)0Wi nmi wi)l be, but two
ie"1- i political parties in this country Demo
TIIK VOTK IX TIIK NINTH DIkTIIICT
Below ill lie lound the vole east lor
Crawford nnd Deaisou on the 0 h ultimo
in t viry county in 'he Ninth Cor-gts-sional
district. Along with this vole is
given the vote cast for Cleveland acl
llrrrison in the same counties in 1SDJ.
The vote this year for Congresstn in is
compared with the vote for President
two years ago, and the gains rl the
Democrats and Republicans noted.
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It wdl be seen that the total vote c ist
in tbe fifteen counties composing ths
Corgrefsionnl district two years ngo.
was 30,800 This includes 1,473 votes
cast lor Weaver, Populist candidate It r
president, which was 601 more than
weic east for Brown, Populist candid
ate tor Congress. This year the total
vote foots up 33,074, showing a gain
over the total vote of two years ago of
'i S74, and a gain over the combined
vote of Cleveland and H.irrison of
A study of this table will show ju-t
how much brag there was in the utter
ances of Richmond Pearson durin; lii
allege I canvass of this district, when he
claimed, and asserted with much flourish
nnd great particularity of detni1, that
thousands of Democrats htd deserted
their p irty and were going to give him
their support. And, more than this, these
figures make utterly absurd the post
election claim ol Pearson, in his letter t
the Charlotte Observer o( November 18 :
"in my district 3.100 Democrats ol the
r ink and file followed me." This tnble
n t only shows that such boasting on
thc p:ut ol Pearson was utterly without
foundation in f ict, but it shows that
Crawford leeeired this jear 1,103 more
votes than ' Cleveland polled in
1802. This leaves no question as to the
attitude of Democracy this year. It wosin
line and enthusiastic, and polled mote
votes for Crawford than wire ever
polled for any candidate of thc party in
the district. Crawford increased tbe
vote of his party in every county in the
district (save two) over that cast for
Cleveland in 1M92. This table shows
that if Pearson had received every vote
cast fir Harrison two year ago, and
every vote cast for Weaver two ycaia
ago, Crawford's vote this year would
have been sufficient to elect him by a
majority ol 1657. It follows, therefore,
that the Democracy of the Ninth district
made no mistake io. nomination Craw
ford at their candidate this year. A can
didate for Congress that can poll in an
off year 1,103 more votes than his
party's candidate for the presidency re
ceived at the last election, cannot be
called anything but a strong man. These
figures show that Republicans and Pop
ulists were at completely fused in this
district as it is possible for such combi
nations to unite, and jet Crawford's
bold upon the peop'e was to strong,
their loyalty and devotion to him ao
great, that Pearson waa forced, after
polling all bit usual Republican vote,
ad after polling all of tbt 1473 Populist
votes, to tbakt thc bushes and rake tbe
woods Tor 1657 new votes before be
counted one maioritr over Crawford.
Mo Democrat io North Carolina, and
few, if aur, io tbt nation, demonstrated
. hit hold anon tbt soaBdeacs and esteem
of tbt peoplt of his district i dirt Craw
ford by thissDtasdM row. '
Tkett tacts, drawn Iroaa this ts,bb, are
, not s-pttMaot Hr Pts-s f '-pom-
dtf.at, 1 ut tb.rc Unu-'tler Wc of tie
While Crawford gained 1.103 over
Cleveland's vote of two years eso,
lVais in jjuined 3,24 1 over the vote of
Harris m two years win, and while I
' Crawford K-ii.icd 770 over his own vote j
' ol two years aao, Tearson gained 1,934 j
j over the vote cast lor 1'iitchard two I
years uu . l'carsou's guius were not j
confined lo one couutv or one section oi
the district, t-ut embraced everv county,
the sm.tll st bein-j 13 iu Graham, and
j the lut);cst 000 in Rutberlord.
I 1 was the enormous increase in the
'voteol the tli-itrict that so thoroughly
Icciivcd the Democrats. No one sus
pected the possibility- of such a reverse
vote. It was manifest to any ordinary
bsirver i f political events that Dcmoc-
rucv was in lino from I'olk to Cherokee.
of two years tiRO.
the notion of those who were der.omin-
aU(, j llu, ruVnt contest "dissatislr.d
Ocmoerats." Tin; Citizen btlieves that
these men wi'.lstc. and that speedily,
thut thev can never get the reforms tin?
seek from the R.publi.nn p irty. They
U1V1. Uvome impatient, and refused to
wait U11i, ,!lc Demoeratic oartv had
ltimc t0 w-,k the reforms it promised
t,,e ,,epVi T1C road fr ,, Es,vpt to
c.llla., was too lc,l(, f ir thcm, 0r.d
they have Konc back lo the bitter b.inti
a!t. nml thc unVciK tasVmiisters of
Kc-pn 1ica riisin .
Coalitijii in pjlities has never, in this
c,.,untryj nlnull,lUl t m,)U. than a divi-
siot) ) tiK. g()js temporarily, nmonust
crat nud Republican. Under one or
the other of these bnnncrs all men will
As njiothcr lina said, "Third parties
are the tramp ships on the ocean of poli
tios." The Anti-Masonic party, thc Free
soil party, the Know-nothing party, nn
the Greenback party have nil risen and
lived tl.cir little day and gone down
and so it will be with our Third i'nrtv,
the l'opulists. Like a young pigeon, ii
will be found to have been larger in its
intuiK'V than at any other time.
Tiik Citizen delict vs that "Democracy
is immortal" b: cause it "stands for
Human rights and human freedom," and
that the prodigals will come home.
STATE t AN VAilN; ll)Alil).
U. A. .lone I'.leeleil Solleltof ot Tills
lNI rlet-reiiroii'H Total.
Kai.kic.ii, X. C, December 1. Tie
St ite canvassing board late last nigh
completed the canvass of the vote foi
Argument on the (uestion of the Nasi
county rei urnsocctipiid today until 5:5i
p. m , when the board decided to accept
t'.c ori.in.il returns sent the secretary
ol state, as the vote of Nash. This vote,
i being ndded to the other, makes th
i total as lollows: Shepherd, 127,593
I'aircloth. 14S.434; Clark (on both tick
els) l!7-'.(i7(l; McKne, U'L 400; Purches,
145 1' I II; Hurvtcll, U'5,574; Montgom
THe linuid canvassed the returns from
th ee cungres-ioual districts tuisevening
as I illows: First District, W.A. Ilinnch,
I Democrat I, l.'lotO; Harry Skinnei
( l'uioiiist I, lli.filn. Third Distriet
ohn G Shaw I Democrat I, 10,099.
t'vrus Thompson (Populist). 9.705
Ninth District W. T. Crawford I Demo
ciat I, 10 7.14; Richmond Pearson ( Fu
sionist). 10. SOU; tjscar . Spenrs (Repub
The board decides that it has now
power to hear evidence and cornet cleri
cal errors. The s ilicitors elected are W.
I. Learv.sr . M.C. Richardson, W.P. Bv
num. jr., J. (J Hulton, M. L. Mott, J. I"
Spuinhotir (all l-'usionistsl nnd W. E
Daniel, K. W. Pou.J. L. Wehli, an I G
A.Jones (Demoerats). On the luce of t hi
returns J. Ii. Woodard (Democrat I is
electerl s ihcttor in the Second district,
-nid N. A. McLean (Democrat) in tin
Seventh, but the board hn-t pistpnned
action iu this: eases until Monday.
Forjudges: E. W. Timber 1 ike,' 143,-
369; J acob Bittle, 126,875; W. R. Alleo,
125,143; W. S. O'B. Robinson, 140,174;
It. r . Long, 126 620; A. L Coble, 134
050; W. N. Mebane, 124,750; 11. K.Star-
buck, 144,499; W. B. Couneill, 120.9 J9;
I. L. Green, 144,367; H. B. Carter, 107.
794; W. L. Norwood, 144,190. Man.
votes c 'St for candidates were for wrong
names, ns for instance "Herbert" insteao
t ' Hubert" Carter got 20,000 votes.
Albert L. Coble lost 10,000, which waf
r. turned for "Albert S." I-urches lost
s me votes bv being placid in the wrong
c ilumti, and the same thing occurred as
The I'lulit AgaliiHl tliu I'nlvornlt.v,
Valigli curretniKleucc Clisrlotte Observer.
A gentleman of prominence was in con
versation with your correspondent when
4 well known Baptist who has led tbe
fight against State appropriations to the
University passed bv. The gentleman
said : "1 am told that this Baptist fight
against the University lost to the Demo
crats 19 counties in the legislature. It
was a great disorganiier. There were
few things which had more efl.ct. The
gentleman who pnsscdmnde thirty three
speeches this year ngainsttlie University.
They had a powerlul elf.ct. They cost
our party many a vote."
. . . . JttK WAY IS OPEN
to health and strength, If you're a nervatis,
delicate woman. The medicine to cure you
the tonic to build you up, is Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. You can depend upon
It The makers say it will kelp you, or cost
you nothing. They owirantM it.
As a safe and certain remedy for woman's
ailments, nothing ran -coinre with tbs
" Proscription." It s an invigorating, re
storative tonic, and a soothing, ut-rwigtuen-ing
nervine, perfectly harmless In any con
dition of tbe female system.
It's a marvelous remedy for nervous and
general debility, Bt. Vitus's Dance, Fainting
Bpells, Disiinem, Bleeplessness, and all the
nervous disorders due to functional derange
ments, It has often, by restoring tbs wo-
"v luuuwns, curea cases oi insanity.
ob noNET sunrainub
Latest novelties in neckwear coaiprlt
ing teckt, four-in-btod, club bouse and
how. "Tbe Men's Ontltter," Hotel
Berbsier.' 's - .- - . -
B- AY. kaiter brand imported collars
nad crts at .''Tba Mea's Oatttter."
Eloek and Placid Men Patiently
Waiting Cor Customers.
An English Membra nf rarllument Gives
a Uraphlo Skott h at street Scene
In Canton Novel Efforts
In an Interesting paper In Century
Florence O Driscoll. M P., bus given
many graphic sketches of Chlnoso life.
Mr. O'Driscoll says:
The shops were of all sizes. Some
were seven or eight feet square, with
tbo back premises closed from sight;
seimc were twenty or twenty-five feet
wide, reaching back thirty or forty
feet. Perhaps nn average-sized Bhop,
in a fushionublo neighborhood, was
nlHiut fourteen feet -wide nnd twenty
two feet deep. It wns open, of course,
to the street, with no shop-frout, but
generally there wns a counter along
one aide, anil another at the bni;k.
There was almost invarlubly nn oblong
oix'ninir through tbo roof, to admit
liu-ht und air, unclosed to tbo sky in
summVr, but with provision for a glazed
light in "inter. In the poorer class ot
houses this sli.vlife'bt could lie (shut by
drawing n cover over it.
To n certain extent tbe wines were
displayed, but not ns in our windows.
Pottery nnd hardware had a better dis
play than soft goods; food wns exhib
ited in open trays, or was hung up.
The goods, us a general rule, were
made in tbo shops where they were
sold, und workmen were to bo seen
fashioning the articles iu all tbo stupes
of their manufacture. There were
some shops where no workmen could
be seen, nud in their pluee a stall of
clerks wit ready to wait upon custom
ers; these were not numerous, and
were as a rule shops relying chiefly
upon tourist trade. The Cnntonese
shop-keepers struck me ns being gen
erally fat, sleek, pot-bellied gentle
men. Commonly the only articles of
clothing worn either by tbein or by
their assistants were loose Chinese
drawers fastened round the hips. In
winter they don a toft, warm, padded
blouse. Placid, unexeitublo-looking
folk were they, taking life coolly, sit
ting thus nnked to the waist, ceaseless
ly waving their funs while they waited
for custom, for which, however, they
did not appear to tout.
Signs of nil colors, sizes and shapes
hung out from the shops; from n board
ten or twelve Inches wide nnd six or
seven feet long, bunging vertically to
b little strip of wood or paper of
about the same proportions In Inches.
The lettering of these signs was
gorgeous gold letters on u crimson
ground, vermilion on n black ground,
blue on white, or some other striking
contrast. Bright-colored lanterns hung
nil across the shop-fronts and around
the wulls, or were suspended in thc
center. They were bamboo construc
tions covered with tough, oiled paper,
and painted with signs and hiero
glyphics quite unlike the flimsy for
geries sold in Europe as Chinese lan
terns. At night these were lighted,
the Chinese being very fond of illuinl
nntlons. All sorts of oils were used
Usb oil, tallow, vegetable oils, kero
sene', of which last over one million
gallons of the American variety are
burned vcurly In the city. At the time
of my visit the authorities were Intro
ducing electric lighting for their streets
and for the better class shops and
When everything was well alight
the sight was very fine. Even In the
daytime the effects of color were
novel, plee.slng and warm. Black and
brown lacquered-work cabinets, metal
bound; ebony tables Inlaid with Ivory,
marble and mother-of-pear!; deep blue
nnd mnroon colored pots, gray and
gold ware, yellow nnd green; gold
dragons embroidered on black sutln
gowns, blue and silver wraps, nnd
cloaks of vermilion and purple; richly
cut carvings In quaint fantastic shapes
a blaze of color that was bewilder
ing, a variety that was endless.
In the less fashionable quarters the
trades were generally somewhat cen
tralized: five or six fish shops stood
close together; and so It was with
bakers, ironmongers, glass-blowers.
silk - weavers, carpenters, cabinet
makers, cotlln-builders, blacksmiths,
fruit shops, restaurants. Where one
of a trade was located there were gen
erally found several fellows.
NEVER IN A THEATER.
Remarkable Story of One of FhlladeU
plila't Foremoat Cltlians,
Richard Vaux has never been to a
theater in his life to seo a theatrical
performance, says the Philadelphia
Times. An Interesting incident is
given of his boyhood days, over three
score years ago. Ula father, a highly
respected and prominent Friend, re
sided on Arch street, and believed it
wns best for his children to be trained
within the rules of the good old Quaker
habits. At that period lied rorrest
was the bnlnunt young American tra
gedian, and had captivated all the
boys of Philadelphia in his character
of the Roman gladiator and big Indian
Young Vaux naturally desired to see
the great actor play, but shrank from
going without his father'B consent, bo
one duy he ventured to ask his father
for half a dollar to get a ticket The
old gentleman kindly replied in Qua
"Richard, I don't begrudgo the mon
ey, but thee know I don't approve
of playhouses, and wish thee to prom
ise me not to go to a theater without
The promise was given nnd his father
died suddenly soon nfter without giv
ing the permission. Richard Vaux has
conscientiously refrained from going
to the theater ever since.
Tiro Venn' Chnngct.
Two years ago this country was feed
ing tho starring' peasants of Russia,
and now rrports come from that coun
try that tho wheat crop is so Rrcut
that much ot It will not be harvested,
but cattle will be turned Into tt In
r,taL Did You Know
THE Finest Engraving
Tilt His Em Been in ishtilllt?
As wt ira o maklni aa entirely w and
(parlor llaaof Boavtalr Spoon w wUI oOtr
c ar old oaaa at fruity rtductd rlet.
ARTHUR M. FIZLD
;y r ;:h.;''. -V-f'V'' 'f;'; ''y-VViV-ivjj'Vi.
WHERE PRINCES ARE PLENTIFUL
llnmlreds of Tlirm l-:mptoyel at Meulul
Work In Ituitla.
Fair Americans who contemplate the
purchase of a Russian title und a hus
band should remember that the title
of prince has little meaning in Russia
proper, although Its bearers often im
pose upon ignorant people outside of
the dominions of tho white czar. There
arc said to bo six huudred'men bearing
tho famous namo Prineo liaiitzin a
seiou of which family is Futher Unlit
zln, who died In Pennsylvania n
patronymie almost as well and favora
bly known as Romanoff. Many princes,
says a writer in the St. Louis Ulobe
Dcmoerat, are engaged in tho most
menial occupation iu St. Petersburg,
and arc numbered umotig the baekuieii
and laborers. But in the Caucasus
princes tiro even still more numerous,
und some names with the proud prclix
arc ns common as those of Smith nnd
Jones In Knglish-spvuklnir countries,
or Schultzo and Meyer in the lnnd of
Bismarck nnd lioetlie. Among the
methods adopted by Alexander 111. to
please his Caucasian subjects is the pitli
lieatlon by the war olHce of the "Rec
ords of the Caucasian Militia," after
tho same style as tho records of tho
national army tire printed. From these
it can be seen how common the title in
the district is. There is hardly a mili
tia 'Officer who has not the princely pre
fix. In tho six months ending June 1
nino Prinees Zisijanoff died, all of
whom were lietiienniits of militia.
Some of tbo Caucasian prinees have be
come beggars, and still others high
waymen. Hut they olio and all de
mand that they be addressed as "high
ness." Some of tbe older Russian fam
ilies, knowing bow little the title of
prince is, have given up the prelix and
write their names ns might American
citizens, preferring that distinction to
bearing a meaningless title.
SAVING TIM0ER IN MISSISSIPPI, j
Stringent Kttt J.un-s for the rrerrentlnn ;
of I'oreilH from Extinction.
Timber depredations, according to j
the New York Kvening Post, have been
stopped practically in Mississippi by tt i
law which punishes offenders severely, j
There are largo ureas of forest land !
there belonging either to the United
States government or to tbo state, nml
tho temptation to settlers in remote
regions to enter upon them ntul
help themselves to wood v.as often too
strong to bo resisted. When driven
from federal land by deputy United
States marshals, the timber thieves
found refuge in the slate forests,
which were not so well policed, and by
moving from the one territory to the
other they contrived to escape arrest.
The federal otlieers finally been me so
vigilant that limber stealing proved n
dangerous business, nnd the thieves
transferred all their operations to the
state lnnds. The legislature thereupon
passed the law referred to, and it has
improved the morals of the people so
much that some districts which former
ly were the scene of wholesale depre
dations are now almost free from the
raids cf poaching woodmen. The stat
ute imposes a line cf two dollars per
uero for each acre in every fifrty-tlcre
snb-division of kind upon which nny
trespass is committed. For the pro
tection of private owners it also pro
vides that for every tree cut down
without their consent a line of live dol
lars shall be paid.
Action of Knitko Vpnnin nn the llloo.l.
At the last meeting of the Medical
Society of Victoria, Dr. .T. W. Barrett
gavo u practical demonstration of the
effects of injecting snake venom Into
the blood of living rabbits. Mis ex
periments confirmed beyond doubt the
results obtained by Mr. Martin, of Syd
ney, nnd stated by him in the dotirual
of Physiology last year, showing that
rapid Intravascular injection of u stilli
cientdose (t).oooiri gramme per kilo)
cansed Intravascular coagulation of
tho blood. The respiration censed ut
death, but the heart continued to beat
for some minutes. When the poison Is
Injected slowly into the tissues instead
of into tbo blood, in the same dose,
the blood fails to clot in the body, nnd
only very slowly, or not at nil, when
drawn. In these respects snake venom
Bets iu exactly the same manner ns
nueleo-albuiiien, and it appears prob
able that' tho snake venom produces
nueleo-alluimen when injected, though
from what source has yet to be deter
mined. These results tend somewhat
to confirm the original statement of
Prof. Iliilford, that snake venom acta
primarily ns n blood-poison.
is ensier than . '
Ror.ul.ir habits and (Wv: :t.
teiKKU to die.t w.i i V. i
heaitii. Pure KiaI i ; ;r;
1 ' '1
is H'L'ntificall',' prfparu! f
1 hose wlm elosiro in kji-p v.v'i
. I.'h, wholesomf and r.v.i:lv
assimilated, it is ji'st f.io !',e'j
for delicate organism;-.
On ((?.-; wrafer yon wt'.'fiv
A Silver Or.intour gumu:f.:
Armour Packing Go.
KANSAS CITY, U. S. A.
$1.50 boys' i
u tient, stills' mil itil
'shoe. Itinersulf, coun
ter and bed piece solid leather. The;
are specially made to order, and liouuht
direct from tbe makers.
$1.75 o liar
a better one. Uovs nrc
ard on shoes 'but a re
liable article is worth looking up. Wc
have them in widths to fit wide or nar
row feet. Have used them for years nnd
know they are all right. Both the above
in sites 11 to 2, and 2' j to 5H. Goods
exchanged, or your money back if you
want It. For men's, women's or chil
dren's shoes try (
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4 COIIMT H.VABB. '
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come horn c;i!iii nt the best r-lnce Makes no difterence whether you are buying meat or
ilry goods. Hie hot ilnee l the hot. Kcputation lor goodness cannot come by accident. It
comes thmiu-.h sinisfied customers. We huve hundreds of customers who have never com
plained ol our KtfU.
JAS. WOLFE MEAT CO.,
TiavixioriF. ts Tll A, CITV MARKET
. Ji33SrcUlSrOEMEN'T .
Having Returned to Ashevillc With a
Large And Complete Line of
Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Yalises
1 Hess o Ask All My 1-rieiids Ami the public llencrally to Give me a Call.
. . 31Y STOCK IS NEW . .
AMI PRICKS M-W, AND WITH HONEST GOODS AND PAIR DUAL
INC. I 1IOPK Til HAVK A SHAKE OF VOIR PATRONAGE.
The Guarantee Shoe Srtoe,
M, ll-.VV, PROP,
RON ( LAI)
ments for painting metal and
r-binglt1 roof, when mixed
with pure Lirsted Oil try it
if your roof in haky or in
nerd of paint i g In barrels
or Iokk quantity at Dr. T. (J.
Smith's Drug Store, on the
I'ublie Ktp aie,
MUSTIN, FAKES & CO.,
Provisions, Flour, Groceries.
U:J, 25 and 27 Lexington Street.
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
The Cudahy Packing Company,
fij. ID. BLjA-ISTTOUST Ss CO.,
NO. J9 PUTON AVKP4I-R.
g f &
On a Strike
For ymir trade, and in order to secure it we arc offering BETTER
GOOiiS for less money than you ever dreamed ol.
Wc have a nice line of LADIES' DRAWING TABLES, Fancy chairs and Novelties
for preset) Is, Sideboards, lledJKoom Suits and Leather Goods. Cheap lor cash
or on weekly installments,
W. JL. BLAIR,
Dr. O, J. Oliveros,
EYE, EAB, KOSE, THROAT AA'D IMG
31 rATTOH ATBMCfB.
; (Ovsr:tsyset:iaihks Dtat Hers.)!
3S . MAIN BT
FAINT ia the
able of all pig
A t-lw vilte.
H1G RKUUCTIOX IN
8 IT OE S.
Wc liavr rei'uml all of our $5.00 nnd $0 00
I.n'iin' li.uid wilt button boots to $1.50 a
.-. i . N i iiihIs nrrivitiR everv week Rc-
i rnmpllv done.
Hotel Berkeley Barber Shop
" White Barbers.
ottffc mmmi, rBrmitrroM.
And nutritious diet add zest
to life. The climate's free, our
meats do the rest.
W. M. HILL & CO..
Just Before Thanksgiving
Do The Correct Thing.
(o And Soak, Not Your Head, But That Threadbare
Underwear, and Buy a Couple of Suits of That
REAL CAMEL'S HAIR
At Morgan's, and be h.iuiiy. You will also be riht in line if vou will supoly your
self with a nice assortment of those lovely Scarfs nnd Ties at Mornan's. DonJt do
yourself such an injustice as to overlook that fine line of the Rockland's Company's
Men s Shoes, m Cplf. Patent Calf. Cardovan and Russett. to be had only ot Mor
Vluv" n,'?fo,rth-?.I,ext 60 da8at Morgan's an unlnnndried white shirt,
mnde oftheNew Wk mills cotton, a 21 hundred linen bosom and bands, re-inl
forced back and front, with continuous facing, made full and a perfect lit at 75c.
T bis garment is made specially for me. ol the liest material and excellent workman
ship, nnd is sold as a leader, with very little margin. Have a similar garment at
50c. which is an extra good value. Dou't forget tbe place.
K. S. MORGAN.
ASM YULE WOODWORM CO.
Is Now Prepared
Fine Church, Cabinet
Asheville Woodworking Co
H. Kauft'fn. Snpt.
Quality not quawtityY
NO PKBTj rIiT8 OP ANY KINU TO ATTRACT ATTBNTION
OR DRAW TRAPS AT THE
Acme Wine, Liquor House & White Man's Bar
J am, H.. Iougrhrnn, Prop.
NO. 68 SOUTH MAIN STREET. - - ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Mt m-tto la, "Keep the beat and charge accordingly."
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaaaMa.Uy place la second to none la the State.
TBI.BPFTONB CAM. 1S9 . . . . Pr 8TOPPICB BOX 6S8
OrdersFrom a DUiancsr solicit rl. Foxing Pcklne Fre.
It is a fact which all leading physicians
admit, that nine times out of ten a patient
will recover without the assistance of a
doctor. With the advance of genera) knowl
edge people understand better what to do
for themselves. Medicines in themselves
can not cure ; Nature alone can cure ; but
medicines help Nature. Take an illustra
tion. Let us say you have sick headaches
occasionally, with dizziness, sour stomach
and loss of appetite. You do not need to
go to a doctor, for every one will tell you it
is biliousness, and that what you need is a
liver pill 10 clean out the bowels and arouse
the, torpid liver to action.
In this case you can' buy many different
kinds of liver pills, but the best course is to
secure the liver pills and also some TONIC
PELLETS for purifying the blood and
toning up the system, so thai you will not
be troubled again.
You can get both of these tnedi.
cities, in separate boxes, for one price
(15 cents) if you ask your druggist for
Ramon's Tonic Liver PUIn
and Pellets. Together they cure
biliousness aud constipation,
IN ailu. 11V
DR T. O.ISMITU,
W. C r armlcha I, Worthcn ft Co., Ilciultnh
it Kciman, Raytur & Smith.
. lOXi SALE .
A I.AKGK LOT OF
All Clean. Just the thins to put under
carpets thin whiter, Aily at
Citizen Business Office.
WILLIAM A. H0YCE.
NORTH COURT PLACE.
We are prepared to furnish all kinda of
Plumbers', Steam and Gas Fittord' sup
plies, and also prepared to furnish and put
on Tin, Slate and Tile Roofing, Galvanized
Cornice, Etc. We keep on hand a full line
House Furnishing Goods, Cooking Stoves
and Fixtures, Beaters and Ranges. Esti
mates for Plumbing and Heating furnished
on application. Job work, both Plumbing
and Tinning, done on short notice and at
' reasonable prices. Give us a trial.
Telephone 150. iff f tt
59 S. Main St.
Furnish all Kinds of
Work and Bank Fixtures
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Cliino japancse War, nni the amount of
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known country, are example of iti most
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