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THE A8HEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Thursday Evening, December 13, 1894. THE ASliEVlLLE DAILY CIT1ZE I rEIKTKD IM1LV (EXCEI'TU XUAV t AND otk.LV , THE KMTBLICAS MOGR.Ul. INSECT VISION. Ewurt I'olutnOut thai Hutlt-r Mav Sol The Probability u to What They Cu iet Thtw-To AbollU the OllU-e oi , fr. With Their Strange Eyes. County iiiiiiiiilH!luiicrx. I fw0 theories of Insect vision are citant From the Charlotte 01-server. . the older ono that each lens forma a "Mr. Ewart," sniel the reporter, "will scpunito eye, anil tho more recent ono that v u tell l Ik- Olscnrr somethitiK of ti e SUUSCKIPTIOS AM TES: I One Year ' Insects ten no In a mosaic, cacn lens torin- !... ,.nrf nf ln t.itili lllt-tlim. ThnnldvloW 13 ! plan ii the Ki-publ ciins far the povirn- j 1( sllI,lH,rU ,,y the experiment of placing r-v I ment if tie rtati?" Mr. Uwatt an- . thin sllcnnf an eyo under tho microscope, gwtIC. : whtu tho lunge of nnj ohjeot reflected The next Legislature will be ooe of " 1? JJ Sll MOIItUH O.tru i Three Month" - 1 ft rfriiKN I tne Month, in uavanec u- 1 One Week, uuid to currier. TlIK Skmi-Wkkklv Citukn. issue-el ever; Tuetidav and 1- netiey, ill advance. I THIRSIUY. PUCEMBEK i:t lSii4. - - the ni'ist eoiiservaiive but! it that ever II China dots not fiist caoitulu'e. tlie-1 asst m.,cl) in tbc citv of Raleigh, and, I clang of the hoof of Japanese hoists and , m (C01K,nlil.al. lndecd l thetrainp of j,ipanise troops will re i , . sound I along the rood that had to the I lear tl.,.1 u. the latter respect, nppropr.a Celestial capital. And if the Japanese 1 limn will h m'.lv be what they should be. institute this campaign they will not -riure will lie n radical or extreme lrgis tnerelv be marching over Chinese roads ! .. t:on and thoromshlares.butthrouEh paths ot. , ,lS powcr of juiikiallv prejudice, ol superstition, o innoram, vnfsil, ,k.t.,ioll rtt,lrn!) wit be taken urn eanvu' s ne: homos, registrar w ; lie mifle sworn llie'crs. till eh illetmes to vies rio'irc! to nc scllieel oii'ir in iu ikiv of tltclii n, anil rctjistruis-rriinrril to register .pi'licmit hr reu.lrniioii : m.on their t ;i t-ii.tr the rtttuisite oath there will lie sti innt and iilolatrv. and blaziiikl the way lor the entrance of tbc truth and the liht. Charlotte Observer. Aod the path will be marked bv blood and the dead and dying. 'Twas ever thus. TutKE is no lun in Ruleij-h; n aip e tiatiou of the novel, the inecnioii, th' original. We read in the corres pondence of i be Charlotte Obse i vcr from the capital that "a 'piK-rcd' counlri man created much lull on the strata by :-. triehine; his Wiijjon to the street car and using cleetii.'ity instead ol horse 11. sh as his motive p wcr. The car was slopped and a policeman toi'k chamc ol the coun tryman ami his wniui." The country man ought to have a medal and ti e policeman ought to be dlnhargcd. Hut anything that g U a move on it in some way that isn't strictly along const rva tive lines is suppressed in K ilciyh. l.tltiK AT IIOMK. The whi le world is stirred pri.h.u .illy by the repot ts of outrages against the Christian Armcniars in Tui key. K.cry one of the gicat l-uiopean governments. it is mini uticeil, will investigate the mat ttr, even tin I'aiteil States, whi.li has no intcns's in Turkey, having been drawn in. The press of the t'nitcd Stitcs as well as that ol England, Ooriiiauy and Krance calls ah-ud lor vcigeance. The, blotting out ol Turkey as a nation is even demanded by some editors, as a lil ting punishment lor permitting then tragedies to occur at all. Till! C:ni.x has little to say in criticism of this comment, tluugh it; wiu'il be well perhaps to allow the Turk ! to live till his guilt is made certain i i the reports ol the invest lejatiein of the agents appointed by the leading Christian gov ernments, so called. What wc wished to point out is that strange phase ol human natire tli.u is s) su.ldmlv bonified by the tragedy nt a distance, the woes and wants ol the lar nwav people, while overlooking the sul-: fering ones iust at hand. It would lu too inueli to ask England to scrutinize her own course in Alrica, for cxinipU, win re tri'ie idler tribe has been annihilated b.c uisc thev were in the way ol "progress," though stamlii g on their own sod and proposing no inter-' fcreneewitb the Englishman so long as be remained at home or in those parts ol the world already aicpirtd bv conquest. It would be too much to ask that at this late dry. Hut how stands our own case ? The Armenian cuitrag. s. instance for instance, can be paialleled in the I'nited States in nil their atroc ity, and the number of vielinis is fully as large. Moreover, the' commission i these uwl'nl crimes passed ut the time almost without notiec, and the government of the I'uiteii Stales even protected the very peisais who committed them. Tl.c reader prououmes this t ) be incredible, but the lad is as stated. Moicover when we recite nut case, it will be voted tiresome, not inter esting, and ol no significance, while at tne same moment, the Armenian oul lagisstir the Hood to the boiling p . int. We relcr to the fact that as late as 1U years ago tac Tinted States government led and proticted in the Satith .vest some thousaiK S ol Apache lailians, past-masters in all the ai ls of dcvilMi cruelty, whose iCfcUliir div.isun it was to sneak IT llu' go.crnnnnt reservations, make laid? through the territories of Arizona and New Mexi.o, kit' and torture men. women and chillrcn, the pioneers of our civilization in the Southwest, and tiieu get back to the government bed anil blankets to recruit lor another raid. Not oulv was this so, but when pur sjed by maddened hus'iands, brotheis aidlricnds the ludmn was protected b, United Slates troops, an 1 nat an Apjche cur fell the ha'.'cr draw lor Ins crimes. A lew, it is trui', were taken from that country and guarded in Florida, where thev went and came within the limits ol St. Aiiciistiiie us thev wished, jold what thev made that ciiine und r "curiosities," uud lived n life ol idleness and ea. The last government report through cm h of tho htjxagonal lenses. A rough mode of an Insect's eye may be mule by taking a glass shade of the form of a half sphere, say about 10 Inches In di ameter. Place the eye at tho oonter of thM irlolm and naint on Its surface tho picture of the outer world as seen through It If this painting be divided into squares by lines scratched at Intervals ot one cigniu inch, there wUl be 5,000 of them, and the proportions aro roughly those found In the I eyo of a llrngon uy. I If now. Instead of the details of the plo- turo on each square, a dab of color be placed on It corresponding to tho general j tone, the effect of tho whole will protty ! nearly agree with that of the original ,i,.mrlt I UIIIIIIIII. IS in IJiuuauij . .gaicstboardsofcainrycommisMoners TIZ luriie ol riecuoii v.............. ...y - .... appointing a man who cannot read or write, and all can didates I'm olii.e iiipiireil to render u sworn return of then campaign expenses i.s is the Ijw in New York and othei States. "Our pre.ent sesteii. i I coiutyjiovcrn ment will be changed. Whilst 1 have not given the matter eaieiul s'lnle, I mil in clined to think tli il the office of eoui tv eomni's-ioner can be abolished and ! ihvtioa nr'ltrtil at un eail tlatefu e. iiutv olheei. desi'.'iiati'il as trcstees rinse ollieus sh uld be rniiireil to giv; Ivail-', as slioiilil also justices ol the e ice, ..s is the la.v m Iowa, Illinois ,on ollu r stall s A j.iS ieei I ihe peaee olltn cobicts a eonsid r b'.c ainoiint ol ill " e iut'ie wavof liius. etc, and :n gone reason ei-ts why he h mid ti t b; n b inoed olli.cr. To sblr tie enilenti.iiy eliiectoty u .11 lie .-i I j 1 slit. I and a re- rga' iza ion had. Time w ml. I lie a r:eid pruning ol legi-l.i: i ' i xiiei'S. s. a ud the tas rate re dead !o tie I iwast pos-ili'c notch. Auv idiot who would ventnte to Migg.st pax in n or a loinpnuitisc of the old sue eial t-"x lr ills would lie pitched onto! tl.c neatest window! Our icslitutinis will be bin r. . 1 i v Healed, luitlheic will he : no ei'isiveapiir.)priatii'ii." "Vt ill Heitlt r be uiven the long teiin?" ' Now that is an awful h od iueiion to answer. It wntil.l s6em that he was ealitlcd to it, and wouhl ceit lin'y get it, . hut grave complicati dis may arise 111 the next HO (lavs. Ii is an open secict amorg Kt'iiuliluanst!i it cerlain iintional liepnlil e in I .aders do not take kindly to the idea of North Carolina Republicans s.ndmg a I'opu'ist to the l u ted States S.'nalc for the long it. especially w hen the vole ol that Populist, whoever he may be, would lose the p i i t v the organ izitionnf the Senate, llesiiles the Re publicans regard it ns a lon gone conclu sion that MeKinl 'v, K'-ed or Allison will be 1'icridcut in lMHI, and a great many N irtli Carolina Reptibluuns urc asking ti:e ipiestion, w hat iillueneea Populist S naior caul I have with a Kepiiblicnn President in 1 s'.l7 in the distribution ot : the 'loavis and hshes.' h niut be reitkiiilierc l that the S.'il ator elected lor the short term goes out in March, lN'JT, unless re-elected, ntul il a I'cmoerat should win in lS'.iG, the Re publicans in North Carolina would find . theniselves in an awkward position hav ing 'no Irii ml in court.' "Another co. implication exists. The . s'intn.-h lines arc being f irmed in the j p csiilenti.il light. The contest is un- j d nib'c lly on between Reed and McKin ley, and tins senatorial tight is the first j siirmish li a long term Republican SFiiiitiirischofen.iir.il that Republican a Ueed man, that means a solid Reed 'U h -gallon to the national convention in 1 s;ni. "S ill i untlicr complication, und per-!'.-iis 1 1 e most serious one is theiUistion of co i K'tation in the liiture between Po iihts ami Republicans. In the last ciiiipa'cn. as you know, the battle-erv ol 1 1 e luMoi i-m w as 'hoire rule, honest c'ecii'dis.' I'p in that platlorm wc made a strong an. I sueei sslul ap.ieal to old hue Rcp'nl he ins to bury their prejudices, nnd endoise the tusioii policy, but with the restoration to the people ol the right ol I tal stll-governiueiil, and the enact ment of a plain ai d hoiitst election law, these issues are out of the wav, nnd the cold bloodicl i-sue is presented to North Carolina Re ul'hciriH, 'can wc fuse with the Populists mi national issues ?' "Now' the Republicans have nlvvavs st utlv maintained that with the coutrol ol the election iiiact'iii'.'rv taken Irom the tain nnytliing like such perfect vision as human beings enjnyoneye constructed on the compound tyr would liovo to be of must Impracticable size. In our oyes the rays of light passing through a single lens form nn linnet" on the concave retina. The retina Is built upof tho sensitive termina tions uf the optlo nerve, forming a kind of tesellated pavement with 30,000,000 squares to the sqiinro inch. If our lens were uf perfect shnpo mid the pupil wido enough, the size of things which might be see n ns distinct objects would bo limited by tho distance of tho nerve endings of the ret Inn from ono another, in ordor that two polnis limy appear scparnto to tho eye, they must subtend nn nnglo of about ono minute uf arc that Is, fur instance that, line lines ruled one twentieth of nn inch apart can bo Hindu nut to tie separata at a distance of four yards. Heyond this tho whole surface has a uniform gray tint. Calrtilatlous clearly show that Insects cnniiiit see nearly as well as this, and their behavior to distant objects favors this opinion. Hut their eyes have this advan tagi namely, that t hero is practically no lir it to the nearness uf objects they can i i inline. Tho eletulls of their own an tenna' probably appear plainer to them' selves than to us, but objects at tho dis tance of a foot appear to them with about the saino minuteness of detail ns would bo iiltnlnrd if they were inada of rnther ccarse wool work. Hi ynnd this tho shades nf light nnd dark nn evident to them, but outlines must he, blurred and lost. North Urillsh Advertiser, THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES. It would be blot upon civilization to tllow suoh atrocities to go unpunished. Pittsburg Dispatch. Those Armenian horrors, It true, show that tho nn speak able Turk Is still nn speakabls. Baltimore American. Such story oomlng from th heart ot Africa would hardly be credible, but the Incidents occurred on the Immediate fron tier at least ot civilization. Indianapolis News. One ot the most appalling chapters ot Inhuman niaaaaora and pasha despotism has been added to the revolting history ot Turkish rule In the east. New York Tribune. The Turk ts as unspeakable as ever. The atrocities reported from Armenia ought to be the signal for ending hi rale over any Christian people. United Europe should "call him down." Mew York Re corder. Thero seems to be every evidenoe that auoh atrocities will ooeur until the Arme nian population throughout Asia Minor Is exterminated, according to the desire of the authorities at Constantinople. Mew York Herald. The unspeakable Turk has, it seems, been committing unspeakable outrage on the Christians In Armenia. What the Turk needs is a thrashing of unspeakable severity, and he needs It very badly. Philadelphia Frees. The blood of the Innocent mothers and babies put to death by the halt savage troops ot the sultan cries for vengeance upon the murderers, and every oountry worthy of Doing called unnstian ana civ illzed should Join In demanding Justlo. New York Press. The porta tries to avoid responsibility for the massacre, oharglng the slaughter to Kurdish brigands. By whomsoever committed, the atrocities form a blot upon the Turkish government which years oan not efface. In cruelty and brutlshneas the massacre rarely baa been equaled. Troy Times. Tho time has come when the existing administration of Armenian affairs should be abolished and replaced by a govern ment inoro consistent with the civilisation of the nineteenth century. A repetition of the awful massacre of the subject raoes In Turkey should be made absolutely Impos sible. Philadelphia Hooord. Civilized powers cannot and should not maintain friendly relations with a power whoso methods of repression, according to Its own showing, are the murder of men, tho violation of women and the slaughter of Innocent children. This fact should be forcibly nnd promptly made known at Constantinople. New York World. BEEF PORK Safety and Gatisfaction Come from dealing at the best place. Mikes so difference whether yon are buying met or dry ods, the best place is the best. Reputation for Koodness cannot come by accident. It com throuth latuaed customers. We have hundreds of customers who have never com plained of our goods. JAS. WOLFE MEAT CO., TO.EPHOHB SVJ. TALI. A, CITT MtlKET MUTTON POULTRY Having Returned to Asheville With a Large And Complete Line of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Valises 1 Beg to Ask All lly Friends And the Public Generally to Give me a Call. . . MY STOCK IS NEW . . AND PRICKS NEW. AND WITH HONEST GOODS AND PAIR DEAL ING ;i HOPE TO HAVE A SHARK OF VOIR PATRONAGE. RESPECTFULLY. The Guarantee Shoe Store, A Crisp Sliver of Bacon Imparts piquant flavor to breakfast and seasons the repast with toothsome relish. Put bacon on jour memorandum and when marketing get a sttip from W. M. HILL & CO . Central Market. WOMAN. Women In Italy. 111 Italy, writes a correspondent, wo have seen women not only working In tho Ut'lds, but carrying bricks nnd stono and morlier up bidders for the construction of building. Un the railroad from Urlndlsl to Naples, In southern Italy, where n tun nel was hi'liiH repaired, we snw soma 40 girls carrying on their heads bushel bas kets of mortar and stone from a valley on inn' side of the track up a steep stulrway n I oe the tunnel on the other sldo. Tho baskets were filled by men and lifted upon the heads of the girls, who thus had by far the heavier task of carrying the loads up an ascent uf 60 feet. Their feet and arms were hare, their foces brown, but they looked cheerful, at least those did who paused in their work to staro at the pushing train. Near I'aestum "gangs of women were nt field war:: with n man to oversee them, crneking . lung hunting whip." At Amalfl we snw old women carrying on their backs loads of wood up tho long, rix ky stairways leading to tho Cappuccinl .Monastery hotel. Tho wood was 4 feet long, and to all appearances thero was nearly a quarter of n cord on each worn nn's back. In several places in southern Italy wo witnessed this almost brutal scene of women bent and staggering be neath loads of wood which thoy wero car rying up tho hills. Tho first feeling one has on feeing women thus employed is of resentment against somo ono who has forced them to It, but evidently the rough out of door toll Is voluntarily assumed, or at least accepted as inevitable It sometimes takes tbo finest gown In town to satisfy the veogeance of a wom an. Galveston News. Don't hcllcvo that your wife asks your advice becauso she thinks you know. Cleveland Plain Dealer. A woman Is more disagreeable to the man who has told her he loves her than to any othor man. Atchison Globe. Tho women cyclists of Fanta Fo are wearing blcyclo bloomors publicly and un molested, and not so long since a plug bat was a legitimate target for revolver prac tlce In that region. Now York Sun. Easily Traced. "Mealing a typewriter, said a man who looks lifter the rental department of alnrgo eastern typewriter house, "Is grand larceny nnd a state prison offense, yet this nnd the further fnct that an immense number of these culprits have nlrendy been sent to penitentiaries in different states ilo not deter dozens of ethers every month from making like thefts. Wo hare standing list of from lull to 200 typewrit partisan I'cmoci ;i.v, an.! nn honest nnd ! " s ""'" r ""'" vm,l.'..,...ti,,., In" Ihnt North Camll.lll ! Ollie'CS linil HgClltS lU Various SCCtiOIIS Of ivas ns s ilely n Republican Suite as ; eountry Kvcry typewriter has Its kiu.de Island or Massachusetts, and il 1 own mimlier, whlcliennii.it ho effaced, and his is i,t a., eic have been doirir some I whenever wo hear that a machine is miss r..i,.o liini. S,. that it is rc.illv hoiks. : ' immediately communicate Its li.n whether unv real necessity exists fit : ''' to our representatives 111 tills coun s ts this same banded murderers now ; in Alabama, each one of whom lias on bis hind the blood of probably u score of men un I women, was fed nnd guarded at a cost of half a million of dullurs! What was the crime ol tne whites? Simply that thev dared to be pionee rs, ns their forefathers, und ours, had been, ever setting the outpusts of civilization further out. Now, if the blood of the I'nr away Armenian cries for vengeance, what about that ol the American nt home? K the "unSDeaknblc" Turk should take the leader of the late massacre and allow him to go unpunished, allow him to m ike a museum curiosity of him self for so much a head, the civilized w rid would arise and demand that the outrage be stopped. We did just that, the arch-murdenr Sitting Bull being a notable example. It is well to review our home sins now and then, and make no Brent haste in condemning those far away.of which we have little acenrate knowledge. The rrlnoo Walked In. From the New York Mail and Espress A few years ago a wdl-knowu physi cian of this city, while visiting Paris, at tended an amateur circus a fashionable secicty event to which there was ad mission only by invitation, lie presented bimsell at the dour with a ticket made out in the name of bis friend, Prince Or loff, ol the Russian embassy. "But this ticket is not yours, it is Prince Orlofl's, and it is not transfera ble," said the doorkeeper, nt be barred th"vVH,'am I not Prince Oiloff?" asked the doctor. .,.. "No. sir; we know very well that Prince Orion" ha only one eye. The other is glass." "Well, stupid, how about this?" said the doctor, a be took hi own glass eye out and held it in hit band for inspec- "Ob. I beg. your hlghncM'l pardon," said tlx doorkeeper. "Wrlk right in." To man bad by singular cbanc hit pod th only lesptct in which tbc prince andtb doctor resembled etch other. Qjtr miKtckacc, wata't it? ' fusion in 1S1M. "1 have heard it suggested th.it tile electoral ticket could be divided betwu'r. the Populists nnd Republicans, dice lo br east lor the odd man. Such u proposi tion n too absurd to consider. Imagine a joint electoral ticket, half of llicclectois advocating Irce coinage of silver, an in come tax, governmental coutrol of rail ways, etc., and the other half antagoniz ing these propositions. Suppose wc elect a Populist Senator for the long term? A hat position will be luken in 18'JU? vt ill he vote with the Republicans to or uaiiiz.' the Senate? or with the Denu -er.tts? These arc pregnant questions, and their answers may cause gruvc com olie.v ions to arise." "Hut was there not an agreement en- tic head ol 1 pressed or implied by which Uutler wns to nave tue long term, ana eituer aiou or I'ritclmrd the Short term ?" limplinticnlly no! Fusion wns, with BY. LEVY. PROP. 35 MAIM T CALL aiid Bee ihose beau tiful Framed Pictures at Dr. T. C. Smith's Drug Store on the Public Square. Tfcey make de-irable Christmas presents and do not go out of fashion, Prices will be made lower than u-ual dur the iiolid tys. BUY "5TOTJR. i hi: Christmas Presents ARTHUR M. FIELD LEADING JEWELER, NO. IH ulll'ni MAIN HTst I'.KT MUSTIN, FAKES k CO., WHOLESALE Fine Groceries OUR Advertising Man, at his dinner table, often hears of the "Mark Down Prices'' frequently displayed by grocers near his home. The level-headed Miss who does the family marketing, is now and then tempted to try from the bright-labeled and boast fully praised goods that are selliug "at lifty cents on the dollar." The low cost would seem to mean bankruptcy all along the line to Grocers, Wholesalers, Canners, and Producers. That should bo it matter of regret rather than joy to the consumer, for unless labor has a due reward the average eater will surely leal the pinch upon himself in turn. Our Advertising Man's family finds that "Cheap" goods on tho table, almost without exception, prove a delusion and a snare. The low price they cost is about thrown away. His family is sick of the whole miserable business, and their general verdict is, "Go to iv. Go's where you get the best every time." There you pay for something that is worth having when you get it, and it is a com fort to trade with them. That is why we will do all our trade there in future. The immortal Lincoln well said, "You may fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time ; but you can't fool all the American people all the time," and our Advertis ing Man says the consumers of this Country are linding that out. The better dealers draw the better trade, because they supply the better goods. Faithfully yours F. A. FEItUIS & CO. The above advertisement of F. A. Ferris it Co. I wish to adopt as my own. I now have in Store for sale the Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon. In Consonance with the above advertisement and in conformity to my determination when I commenced business in Asheville to sell only the highest grade goods, 1 now have, and shall continue to oiler for sale always, the best quality, tho highest character of goods obtainable. The last two years of business depres sion has made it necessary for even tho "Four Hundred" to "buy cheap." They have, as others sometimes "make a virtue of necessity,' made it "a fad" to buy cheap.'' But they have not been satisfied nor will they or the American people ever bo satisfied until they get the best. S. R. KEPLER, 53 South Main Street. Provisions, Flour, Groceries. 23, 25 and 27 Lexington Street. SPECIAL AGENTS FOR the great nnsscs of those who supported the policy in this State, a question ol principle nn of men. There was no eh s -t' or "behind the door' agreements hy which these higholliceashould be par celled nut to any man, and tbc people won! I he quit li to icscnt any such inde cent hariuii. I am sure that Butler, l'riteharil and Mutt would indignantly repudiate any tueh diareputable agree ment." Tho lti'piildlcuii Tyrnnty. WHAliitiKtott cor. Chai lestoii News and Cueirier. With the knowledge that Mr. Kecd will subordinate everything in the neit House to his Presidential ambition a good mnny of the Republican leaders are already beginning to light shy ot taking positions ol responsibility umKr In in Mr. Kecd can lie a tyrant when lie wants to be, as everyone knows who hns had intimate relations with him, nnd there are very few of the prom'ticnt Republi cans who en re to be nd I heir lucks to his lashing whip. When Ti'oiilili'x oiiii'. l-roiii the Syrnciiie I'csl. Mrs. McScwattcrs Troubles never come single. McSewattcrs You're right. Tl.cy nl ev.iv come when you're married. try and abroad, with lnslructluns to scizo the machine when found and to prosecute tho person holding It. It is only a matter of tlino when any typewriter will need ad justing and repairing nnd will betaken to a repairer, und then tho thief Is easily an prcliciiile'd. Thus wo actually loso few or no machines, riilliiuclpuia Ledger. Why Ileverly Was Called Ilrantown. Tho town of Beverly was set off from tho town of r-alcni mora than :!00 years ago. About that time, it is sale), a schoon er with a full cargo of beans entered that port. This supplied the whole town with beans; henco the name given to the inhab itants, -Ileverly Ileauers." In 1087 tho town of Beverly voted to Imposo a tax of 10 shillings on all future, nbscntoes from town meetings. In 1 704 Ss slaves wer owned In the town. Tho first Sunday school In America was established In Ilev erly In 1810, and the fiftieth anniversary was celebrated in that place In 18(10. In 1824 (icncral Lafayette vlnltcd Beverly, and tho writer of this saw him as hs rode throiiuh on horseback. We are tuld that up to this day those In tho vicinity of Bev erly call it "tho bean town," Boston Transcript. Even In Dreams, "Lyre'shy was telling mo that ho had a dream that au angel uppcared and told him that ho would go straight to heaven whiiii ha tiled. Now, what do you think ol thutr" "Oh, that's Just liko him. Ho couldn't oven d renin tho truth." Indianapolis Journal. Tho common bread of Swcdon la a ryo cako about tho kUo of a butter cake and with a hide In tho middle. Thcso cakes aro baked twice a year, and after baking uro Hung up to dry. Tlicy aro said to bo nourishing and aro about as easy to chow u disks of uiurtar. MOTHERS and thoso nlmiit to becomo mothers, should know that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription robs childbirth nt ltd torture, terrors nnd diiner to both mother anil child, by aiding in preivirlng tns system lor pariuri Thorchy " latmr " and tho period of nature in preivirin: tinn Tlinhv " cniiltneniont is greatly shortened. It also proiiiotos nn abundant secretion of nourish meut for the child. Sulfa Brtiit, PafMfi Cel., irtuH. Dr. R. V. Pi nut s, UutTslo, N. V.t n IMar tflfw! brimn Uk lEkfV- In your " Favorite Pre scription ' tho first month of pregnancy, nnd have eoiitiiiiieil taking It sine coiinuement, I did not ipnricpoe tho nuiiw'S or any of i do all meats duo to pregnan cy, after I bcirsn Inking your " Proscription." I was only In labor t short time, and th pbyaioian Mrs. Bam. " ..V P. usually wt'u. We think it saved roe ircat deal nf (nf. farin. I eras tniunlad a treat dead with leu oorrlw tan, and It has anna worst f good Change of Management The undermgueel liming bought out the Ashe ville Transfer Co., beg to announce that I will hereafter I managed by Herbert C. Allen. We retain the old name and office, js College street, telephone No. i. We will give STRICT and PROMPT Attention to all orders ibrha(gagc, and respect fully solicit your patronage. HKRBBRTC ALL8N, K. D. KBiaiNti, R. P. POSTER. The Cudahy Packing Company, Long, Hill & Co., No. a N. Court BqeurejUpflUlrs. Real Estate Agts. & Brokers ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD If Vou Find Anything Bur Havana la The Filler of Oar Red Utter Cigar. Asheville Cigar Co. pjacchus Colles Amat' So snug Horace, autl what lie didn't know about Wine wasn't worth know- iug. Il.icchiis still "loves the hills" as iu ye oldeu time. So instead of drinking those vile chemical cojnpouuds with I'reuch labels, or the strong beady wine of California, use the pure, healthy light, WINES OP THEJ MOUNTAINS, R ncn ViaII a delicious table claret at $3.75 per dozen quarts, Made right here at home. Order a case of the a dclic Or the Marie Louise, SSS" ,wecl' l the ,ame EnrmrlanA T3orl Tne Burgundy of America. It.lsa most IiyilUlIltJ eitcelIent tonic and cures dispepsis. Or if you prefer a dry white wine try LpflTinP. 11 'aa dc"enle flvor' .resembling Rhine Wine, and , CttlIVC7 g recommended for persons of full habit, or those who are afflicted with gout, rheumatism and kidney ' trouble. The first two wines on the Jist are also sold by the gallon, at 8jc. per gal,, jugs Included. I'or prices of the two last and for further Information, Address ; ' JOHN K. HO YTi ..;t . '' ' ' " .; Lvther P. 0 BaMoaabe Co N. C SUVTH OMAHA, NBR. J. 3D. w;: have received our Ailing in order in I.mllcs' Fine Shoes and are now able to fit any loot. 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