ASHEVffiLE, N;?C, FBIDAYrSIOENINK JAMTAEY 2l; 1898.
Price 5 Cents.v ?
28 s.; immii
Embrioderies A &dvanta-
nnH 7, geous ...pur-
White Goods. Wes us to
offer you - better values in
above goods than you are apt
to get them after; the -sear
son has advanced. T
It is good advice to ask
you to purchase now, asVwe
are offering extra good val
Full line Hamburg " and
Nainsook .Edgings and In
senings in the newest arid
daintiest dedgns and : pat
terns; every piece at a bar-
Linen at ; . 5c
i. t --
These goods can, not ;be
duplicated at the price. So
"a word to the wise" etc-
There are jid;':li 1 . ?
is well" to ; xemem-
A MURDERED MAN'S BODY rf;
Found in a Trunk.lu a New Orleans
... Drainage Ditch
New Orleans, J Jan. 10. An ; old negro
found & trunk this morning & drainage
ditch on Broad - street. He .pu-nd it out
and was' iiorrified on.opendng it to discover
the dead body of a man jammed closely in
4t. The body was oTa well -dressed Italian
of about thirty -five yeara of age. who had
teen murdered - by a blow on Ms head. His
Hands were tied behind him and hi throat
cut In two places. - -He bad been deadap-v
parently for twenty-four; bours. There was
nothing by which ho could toe f idontlned.:
He nad a copy; o the" Cleveland Press in
Ws pocket. ''- "v"", "
UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL GAMES.
Chainel HlU'.'-Jan.- 20. The following
schedule oJf games" has" been arranged; .for
the season: . - ,
iMarch 12 ' tBineham' School ' rats Chapel
ttlains : University . at Winston; (ApriL 12,
university -of Pennsylvania at -' Winston ;
iApril 13, UniversiiDy of Virginia at" Char
lottesville; April 16, Harvard Unlversttyat
CaTka1 RXiliT. tl.1 on rtV CO Mara. Tnatitll-t-ft
at Chapel Hill ; April 23, University of Vir-. appointing. Martinez Campos eommander
feihia at Chapel Hill;, April 11, Trinity Col-; -Jr 'tainfcs General Blan
'ege at Durham; April 29, .Wake Forest m caitl 13 - . .
College at Chapel Hill. May 7, University 3 r-3Vxncr -sneral. . -- .
of Virginia at Danvflle, Va, June 1, 'Alum- . -
pi. at chapei Hiii. : v -m i;;cjr.cz?iT cjnr.z'iDEns. :
" ON PATTON" AVTrCTI, 570. HICIITnmi - -u--a Jan, 20. Geeral Blzfco
SS?STO rOP.T."::T. ArPLT TO ."..TIv; c--i s ni'-ter ton!3t that
bank .buildu:-. - " :-- ' :z"-l x-tiC-
McKanley Believes itCannot
'k. be ;Tostpphed; l:
Naval Preparations foHPos-
sible Emergency -
Warships , Ordered- to Keep f: Near
!" - r Cable Stations'. " :.
De Lome is Much Worried by -These
t Preyiarations." '
Fears That the ; Spanish: People Will do Some-i
5- thing Rash-HThe Speeches in the House? of,
cKepres-ntatives He Thinks are like ly to Cause
Wushington; Jan. 20, It was learned to-
day on indisputable authority that the. pres
ident 'believes a crisis In Cuban affairs' la
approaching, and- oannot be . postponed by
promises trotm, Spain.-' Accordingly, several
ships, in addition ito . those, cpmposingthe
North Atlantic quadron,: have been held
at" places where they can be easily reached
by -telegraph," notalbly . the commerce 'de-
stroyers, Columbia and 'Minneapolis .. and
the coast defence vessels -Miantonomah and
the' monitor Puritan which, are at the :Nor.
folk navy yard." The gun'boat Helena" has
been ordered to LTbson from. Gibraltar, tn-
stead of eontinuing jon her way. to. Join the
Asiatic csquadron. She will remain at Lib
son. uhtll. further, orders. ' The- cruiser Cin-
Cfrinaitl and the gunboat' Cystine, now In
outh "American, waters; have been ordered
, j- - - -i-
to keep near cable stations In preparation
for a quick summons Iwwne." -
Senor Deliome, the Spanish minister, has
learned of these preparations and, in the
eourse of a long call on Judge -Day;- as
slstant. secretary of state, jrotested. Inti
mating, - pretty .broadly,- It would be well
for the initeresta 7 of Iboth ; Spain and the
United States If nosignlflcani naval ?move-
ments occurred at this time. His
lear r ia jfhat the" Spanish people will
something rash Jf they "get an lea that-this
country" itf jnaking unusual-pTaparations of
a war 'like character. He is concerned over
the- personal position of Minister; Wood-
ford believing that demonstr&tiono against
the c- United .'JSbates 'may occur in ; . JAadrid,-
and 'popular emnity against -Americahs be
vented - against the ' United' (States iega-
Vv,- .r.-. ''V;
-r- The speeches in the house of representa
tives yesterday and today, Minister De-
Lome feared, would, likely caitse trouble In
Spain. He left Judge Dayery much wor-
While. these reparations are Terjr' sig-
niflcant,' hey do not mean 'that "the" presi
dent 'bellerea war is imminenV or that it
tras been decided to JntervenevI; - ; -n
A The administration' hope war- jnay be
avoided, ? , but it Is convinced1 f something
must occur soon j to put an endto theun
.happy; conditions existing in Cuba1 When
r W''"''. . - - Vt--,. -- - .-jr-. -r.,- -.-. -T!.: "V5-'--'1- -"-"i
TJiat time comes there may be;: and prob
ta bom. .water,, or.ttat aa reach tie
CAMPOS MAY BE SUMMONED
" .Madrid, Jan. 20. t Is stated that the
government is. considerimg the question of
colonels,., three captains, five lieutenants
and 110 soldiers ve'surrendered.;
Parra, vthet: dispatch stated,"- was - related
to Bartolome Masso, president T the Cut
-ban TrepuSblic' nd one of -the mos t- conspic
uous of theirebel leaders. ? Blancd "'says the
gravity of the results that are sure io fol-:
ows-thus surrender,I fully irecognized by
the rebels. , Blanco caija v the l surrender
'a-solemn andfar roachaag acU".t; .
;:Ell6LMiD MID CMu. .-
(London, Jan. io.VThe Central -News
says that , the government has decided ,in
view of the Chinese situation, to Increase
the personnel of the navy by. 5,000 men,
and that. 2,000 additional stokers" Jwill also
he engaged, within the ourremt -quarter," (be-
sides a -large-number of engine room arti-
battleship 'Hannibal,': now, in - reserve at
Portsmouth, will 'be pufnhtoT?coanmlssion
Immediately: In addMon . the v admiralty
has . instructed the commandins officers of
the home- stations- to be "prepared to molM-.
lize their commands upon -receipt" Of tele
f' . T'-'-WJ.- . P. I" Ml "5VJ . .-,-
CLASS OFFICES CHOSEN? ,
The " gradmaJLing -laB of the. Orange
Street; iHtgto . school. , met yesterday and
elected the .following, officers:., President,
Hertoert Xowe; . orator, Thomas Doe ; poet.
utass JVIaryWard;' historian, T;iMi'sa;: Atxue
Emanuel prophet, Miss Helen . 'Robinson ;
giftonianfjF'red -Haskell J -'
BIG WARSHIP LAOHGEED;
ONE OF THE FLEET OF: JAPAN'S
TheEasagi Afloat in the Delaware--
Japan's Ambition to be aNaval; "
Philadelphia, Jan. 20.-rThe big Japanese
warship,- tha- KasagU-.-wAtf - launched-at
Cramp's ship-yard' at .12 T:02r this afternoon;
Miss Helen Long,: daughter of the secretary
of ., the" navy," xhritftenedl the"vessel. 'Ac
cording to the Japanese "custom, as the
vessel rglided; into the "water" of the : Dela-"
ware Miss Long pronounced j; her, name
while : loosening a silken- bag and releasing
a -!hi te pigeoniAn" immense - crowd . wit
ness Uhe launching. - " - ' v,
The follcwtog description; of thewarshlp
oomes trom C.vH Cramp, her tullder:'v...j';.;.'v;
'.The Kasagi is aT protected twiaf screw
cruiser or commerce destroyer of the latest
and, monpproYed.; type and design lnr. her
olassv She i is built 4nroughlout of i. znlld
steel :of the .United . Slates standard,. ..Her
model is ,calulated5 prtoartly for .higli
S'peed; i the contract guarantees' being ;224
knots.' She is powered wi th two fooir-cyl-
inder- vertical inverted direct' acting triple
expansion' engines driving;; itwinT-screws.
Steam a. supplied by 12 single -ended loyl'
indrical boilers provided with the Str John
grate and . bearer-, bar," and- the -maximunL
caknilations'fcontemplate a maximum' col
lective indicated horse power of about 17,-
ber of r Bhtps ot various typexns and classei
embracVd-4n;he new, naval ..programme of
japanv- a sister anqj xo: ner is Duaiaing
on ;the-.Paclfic;jcoast-and others of various
classes up to 11,800-ton iattleshlpe In Eng
land France, Germany or in Japan's own
dockyard at-Yokosuka. It-is worthVwaile
to cajl 'attention to the; fa( ,thateITisi a
representative of the most marvelou'a ad
faranidanie r naval f oeveiopment or xni agWi
a development that is rapidly -bringing in?
to the. front V rank-among vd viiized vtavil
powers ' a' nation-th -ports, of. ,-wiiicK were
first, openea to commerce xarougaM uie, iu
struimentality of an American, nay!.-
peditlonclearly within -the memory of jnen
not yet pab middle-aged; -From." this point
of -view - alone, ' her launching Je "an "event
worm remembering in uw; uisioiy n-
When the-fleet of. .which Kasagl!ia an
Smportafit "fa'clof shall 3a completed 1 an
event - not more than - two years off at tne
farthesti.Japanwillrrank as.the foremost
naval power Jn the Pacific ocean and, gen
erally .peaklngr nearly : if not' quite ...third
in ranlfcamong the"." naval powers of the
world. - She will certainly outrank- in " all
around sense all but England, "France and
Russia 'and so far: as "The Pacific ocean-is
concerned,, will !be far superior to all except
perhaps England and it is doutoHful 'if even
Ensland coula,-without .regard to net; re-.
quirements in her own : waters or inthe
Mediterranean and the defence of her c'om
merce. pare naval-force enough "for -con
centration 4n. the jPaciflc :to equal ..In that
ocean ' the new- Japanese' navy v of j vwhlch
"Kasagi"-is a-factor. .-This superiority is
due not so much to'' the mere nunater:- of
the vessels Japan is Ui'lding'aa. to the fact
uhat they are o carefully selected types,
perfectly elaborated, designs - and. wisely
distributed classes: all of the 4 most ap
proved construction and highest attainable
efficiency.' - "-'
. The menlwho operate' the material of
th5s forte' hare- demonstrated , by liheircbft
havior -In the late warand-as evdefced hy
ihe-professional skiil'and abUttythey dis
Stayed in the workrof supervising'.vessels
undeTTConstructlon, tnat- t'tey have no odas
to-a&k: in that? respect .ofthe naval officers
cf any 'power. . - . - -:In
short, "the "whole naval policy of Japan
as Ttgresented to Americans Tay the :oTjeet
lesson of -the ,Kasagt' is one which na
tions far, older" In the 'arts of wes'tern civ
ilization would do well to emulate. Fail
ure; :o enulate or keeip up with it may In
the n-'ost distant future bring seme-of
IN AFi UPROAR
of Yearacity. With Reed.
Eepubliean Tactics to Squelch
a Vote on CubaV f "
The SpeakerRuIed the . Belligerency
Questioa Out of OrderJ " ;
This Position - Sustained hy-the'Re-
PDreseniative CTarkMalces a lively Speech on
Our Attitude Towards. Cuba Sharp Words for
Washington," JaL'20. The house was in
an. uproar this afternoon over the .action
of Representative Baitey, leader of the mi
nority, ln,raisitng the question of" veracfty
with Speaker Reed; (Representtative Hitt
. - . -
had moved the'r previous -question on - the
consular and dlplomatds appropriation bill;
and the debate." closed.-; Bailey then offered
an amendment'' recommitting the bill to the
foreign 'affairs committee with instructions
to report -the Cuban belligerency . resolu-:
tian. Hitt made thelpoint that the amend
ment was not germane, and," the thair sus
tained the pointy ...
iBadley thereupon in the moat" solemn
tones charged that tho.J. democrats:'- had
beea tricked .into" -the' fallacy that. the biil
would be brought to, vote by a direct prom
iseofjth!e republican leaders that they
would bje permitted to have "a yea and nay
vote and thus put the .house on record on
the Cuban question... .v; - - ' " . '
mtithT; great , heat,-; repudiated , the
alleged arrangements w'Mclt.ihfeasaid .he.had
never heard of before.' - - ' y " '
Thls 'oaused the - greatest excitement.
Both sides. "gathes-.about-theirrespeotiv,e
leaders,. ".Bailey, standing in ' the midst-of
his party supporters, -then exonerated HI tt
firomjall ; knowledge' of -the ..arr angement,
and ; announced that the arrangement,r,had
been 'made --with:. Reed. - This added to- the
eicitemenUV" -. " . . - -1 ;
All ,eye were turned on the spaker, wht
stood , with a Jook' of t: amagftmenton his
face. Ho brought1 the gavel .down.wtthja
crack. thatP starred . ihehouse,
unequlvocaDy -.z arod unqualifiedly Bailey, s
Btatehieflit.":'5'- v - - ----
yxifae speaker announced, ail debate put o
order. ; and saiC that the chair aesured to
band squarely upon the. tjatement'amd de
aided the alleged- arrangement: - Reed .re
peated ;with .pale-face and- flashing .eye
ttoat ho desi-red -tit "matter ' to rest .entire
ly npon.jys8t)atment totheaouse.; As -he
said this, he looked directly at uaiiey..
Bailey "appealedr from " Reed's1 decision
that "the proposed amendment .-was-- out lot
order. The -house sustained,? the speaker
161 -to-114,-and -the .excitement endedr- t-, ;
Thirinff- the debate on the hill preceding
this incident,, - Representative Clark, of
Missouri, toads ..a 1 ringing rspeech,-;inth-
course .of which he said v, --..-1 -
"In these- days of .McHannaism our fort
eign potticy 4s so teele so orjnging; o eow
ardlv that 'even old and decrepit Spain in-
suit- our - flag;- maltreats ouriCltizeos ana
searches our ships -with-; perf eet- .4mpunity
and. President MeKinXey,r Instead of send
ine men-of-war to protect our honor, as
sert Our' supremacy -and steaoh the insolent
nd lmnotenl dona a lesson they; would nev
fer Jorget,- passes f tho Jhat around ; and tor
vrbes .the- American .people to contrro-uie
alnis f or starving-and 'dying .Cubans.--,;
-'"rW Cuban' oase "4s"this: Far threq
vears the Cubans have fought. with a cour
ageJ 'and buffered "with a fortitude that
Tmanmje-PM" the- admiration of the-world
save and except the, -McRinley' adniinistra-
tion:, Three or. four hundred. tnousana peoples-some-
papTaSay -600,000--4j!avev died,
men women and children, as much.-martyrs
to the cause of Mberty as was Warren
nk4ti"Mw:teni 'wiiA rlifid 'taiat we inSisht
be f ree-and yet the McKlnleyadmlntetra--
Hon Hf ta not its .flnweir to stay, the siaugnx
er,v and can thmk' of nothing more-effective
for -their relief .than to pose as a big beg-;
, "We demwrats-and populists' stand nter
radv to" remove- from .America ' her.great
reprcachi W We, ron 'thiazide, -wiH contribute
- K2 v&fv&It only 27 republicans will "break
the yokeidefy their taskmaster and. Join
"s dn- this noble work,- before the un seta
this day we. will send the glad tidings a
rininir "roumd-: the -world . 'that '-Cuba" I
fre ' Tnaiiar find. bv the act of .the Amer
- A JACK THE RIPPER CRIME?.:
Mutilated Body of a "Woman Found in
. - yi - London r , . ; -
. London, Jan. 20.:: The mrutilated fcody cf a
womanlwas found In- the Tear-of a church
in Shcrcditch.- The bodyw"a3 inclosed in
a sackj? and 4oth -legswere missing, t There
is.no clue to .the' identity "of the dead .wo
aaan .or - the -circumstances of herjdeath.
The-Ea&t End-is in -great commotion over
the resemblance of the case to many, mur
ders committed by the mysterious Jack the
Ripper.- v "' "
; .-WasMnston, Jan. ID. The president to
day nominated .'Revert -..'Euller- ITahon cf
Vir-l-' c- 1 t Lire I IZsx.
THE MARYLAND CONTEST
Three More . Jnettectnal . B allots "for
' Annapolis, Md-i Jan.. 20.-Three ineffect
ual ballots were taken in the house of del
egates today -for senator and he Joint ses
sion .adjourned until tomorrow... The Mal-
ster and MteComas men are-apparently. as
far apart as 7ever,and a lonftght Is
probable. .--s- ' -
Nashville, Tenn.;Jan. 20. Fifteen ibal-
lots. for; United Sta'tes senator were taken
-bv the dmofrratift ca.tAua tonS-hlf- nn I -
yy-- r rT " - w .. r I
nomination being made, the caucus ad-
Joumed until ; to-morrow ;night ; C!hanges j
in the vote were 'Unimportant. - The out-1
look for a long fight Is promising. -
'-:-J COUNTRY MAIL DELIVERY. v,
' Washington, ; Jan. 20". The nouse com
mittee on pos tpfBces has ma.de a favorable
report on the Sperry. bill for rural free de.
livery. 1 This project differs from "the gen
eral rural free delivery proposition in that
i t -: depends on liheJ petitioning - of 'one ; or
more-persons for each town or place where
there -is. now: no free delivery, and the com
pensation of the carrieror collector r is to
be - derived from private agreement be
tween them and "the citizens served., :. The
scheme Is-subs taffltiallT like, the-: old penny
post sjfctem. - - .
CENSORSHIP. . ,
; Havana, Jan. 20. 'In accordance with the
latest advice off Blanco" reeardinis the Tress.
newspapers from the' United States which
arrived by last mail nave not been deliv
ered, Ibecause the press censor is examin- j
editorials obnoxious to.- thev Spanish gov
ernment. fc , ... - .
BOARD OF TRADE-
A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
V DIRECTORS." " '
Commute Appoir ted and Charles I
Ra-svis Elected Secretary-A I
$500 Bond. t
The directors of the Board of Trade metl
n the afflce of CapUT. W.Patton,yester-
day afternoon aMo'dopk, all members oe- i
ng present: except messra.vpman
pointed secretary pro tern.
The . election- of; a; secretary.J was . first
brought: before, : the boad,- and, the qualifi
cations that a man" should possess in or,
der to give L most Satisfaction ; were ; dis-
oussed." Frank Carter, nominated Charles
Rawls, .and he was unanimously elected, to!
serve a until -July. EVTe-iion- was made of j
several. other lamia Irat theyr were-not
pUd.iik;nomination,The,salary of the
pfficeTwas discussed, but it was-decided to 1
postpone 'the naming-of 'any, amount untJ.. 41. -,...',.,., . . '
the duties of the office and the monthly n-
come, of -the .board, could be' thoroughly as
names.of the various committees -which he
had made out, and.-they-were duly elected,!
iuo oiiat .uAuic- iucuuuucu-uj. coimiwi i in uxt-
tee iretog' the chairman. - -
liamson.-J. E. Utankin andW. JSlayden. ,
Committee- on transportation W. Ajcellent, and.' were ' well . received. - Miss
ciair, ,w. 'jyiason ana mourns. -
Grants '- - - -; v.
Committee" oms'tatlstica-E. W. Patton,
president;, -A A Jonesr and 'J.:.
m' Al at.Hi
T 'F. (Davidson and J. iA-. Nicholsirt -
: , Committee;con ImmigrationGeorge r S.
Powell,; Dr. John Hey Williams -and
Kerr. - r - - ..H
Mrr Morrison said; that he hoped the: va
rious committeemen and officers would not
thuikv their paacea merely nominal . and
without responsibility: "If we attam sue-
cess," -said he,,: each and "every": one? nas a j
du ty : to perform.?- Everything ought to be
noted ;and. ; the- members'' should .. consult
each other and talk-matters over.4!!
- He spoke of the failure of a large -en
terprise "to-come here on account of -the
lack, of "good -railroad rates, and thought
that all such matters : should be -looked into
by the board. - i "
A discussion -was then engaged in rela
tive to the amount of the bonds to be fur
nlshed ibjl the secretary atwT the treasurer.
amount. 'All - correspondence , of the-varK
rr- -lnnwSfT, Wir rrt, -
the hoard and for-fhpse varioug'.commlt-
tees was left wholly to- the -president and
secretary. -7 "
of the board of directors was'discus'sed and
upon an Invitation -from Oapt.; Patton to
use Ms office the board moved to 'accept it. I those: gems and. offer them at prices that -'. ,
Here they will meet tthe first Thursday inf.' ';.sr- 7 --.-f.C
February: at 4 p. ;m.: vAt this meetme he
salary: of the secretary will be fixed, the
matter of a charter? wilt be discussed,? and
which .convenes on the zna iTiesaay lai
u eoruary , ax o ciock. p. m. rwm ioe.ue- j
-S? "tJ-- s -1- :lOne.lot of 41 gems at 60 cents each.'
- TherToll 'of. membership was.-ordered r - ,. . , - ,.
placed'in the hands of the secretary, who is
to proceed at once to collect ane miuationi
fee of fLOO from" each "member, and he will
be required to report a; tne nextt meeting.
.Washin'gtont ;.Jan20.-:The r executive
committee; of 15he ibrmetallic .union 'jnet in
their office on F street.- The meeting was
called for the purpose of disposing .of an
accumulation cf .routine business and for
consultation regarding the future work of
the union. -- Since - the currency .. reform
question has been brought prominently be
fore the country, the committee feels that
it must be promptly. met and 'What they
mm r 11 ft n .A'S TV l t (T4Va f A fl
by Secretary. Cage and the monetary con-
n'slon will be pointed out in literature
t3 te frrr-rei frr Vzli rrtcul ctj::t.
T a e Wl trfif c v?trof a A" ; -
t111 S Vnta, tran . - r
, -..SUCCCSB.;- V ''J -J-;
. - . ' ; v; v. - , '
EvefV Chail- ID. llft CollPffft
- . , ,
A Varied Program of; the Most Excel
Pleasant Social Features of the No-
t , . table Occasion, -: d
is.' i. y-
Seauly and Richness of the ToiletsHHany Num ;
r'r.,.'---...--:,--.- -'-"-'- 1. f : '
bers of the Program Encored, With Generous
Responses-rTheSodety.. ; i
The first concert of 'the Choral Society
Ltff Seville, held-last evening at .the
Asheville College, was a (brilliant success
in every 8enge oZ th6 word.
iA, charming program perfectly rendered, f
the Jfinest audience tchat lAshevflle - could ' ' -
produce, and enthusiastic and appreciative f
applause marked the occasion' as -a musical r
and social-event in the hfstory of theity: u
This society, as : ihe-prospeetus an .
-nounced, was formed in October, iby a tev . : ::
lovers of goodmusic.Twho expressed their - 7. '
purpose in Jihe constitution: of the society "
as follows: 1 ' The ; object of the 1 society .
shall -be the promotion of musical culture s:
jni social ensjoyment in the city of Ashe'. '''
ville.". : ,The society :1s modelled; closely
after the famous Mendelssohn Glee Club ol ' .'
- - . ' - - - . ' ; -
- . w't,- not onlv lomV
atHpleasure and U the mem- ';
, . - . vnAurlni .Hmnin.'
7 ni ties. in which they have existed..
CAt-th'is, its first" concert every" chair 'in """, -l
I the.' haM was filled. The reauesb of the J'n- - '.
Uitou.tm full dress was', universally .
compll6d ricine -
M - . v,--,ia.
. . - ;
. , ' t,i riJl .
, ' everyone o en1ov ft ta-tte"--? - ''
- - -nn.ln,tv1d'Knrj
the more modern part-songs were rendered ., " "
in fine time. and with a distinct "enunCia-?--S;:
. tion, that showed careful'r trainings' tMr;-
I & conductor, his calm- ;
ness, alertness and" artistle feeling for
i 'xii'uaivai cucci were mus-L appuctivu '-r ii uw
J.rvtnnn arfiftnn Mmnpiaiiv th favoritta
mm. www iawiuiy v-
-i. . J. - 'l'.' J yL ' A. . iT- "M
tBings solos were charmingrrand the.audi z
liinuu suug JLiviu 'Xjuxieugi iu., cov aui ,-ajr
I voice, was finely givenand enthusiaitlcally.
I received. In. (fact, many numbers of he
Program wera encorea,. ana tne periorm--
1 era were generous - la responding enner
i with repedtlon. or; in several cases, with -
1 other ; equally pleasing selections.-, Tno -
performers and .the audience. werOw de-,:
I cidedly : in .touch and the ; whole entertain
j meni, illustrated the theory. that the better.
1 class - of musical s composition : if properly j
, xt;r (Continued on Eighth Page.)
NORTH CAROLINA GEMS.
-The rare beauties of . nature, so welJ
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represented . 4n Western" North Carolina,- J
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are becoming better knows every day' & -
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people who are better educated in the for-" -
m0.1 utility. eff mtoerals hays frem
Uim o toe -shown their appreciation of
these Cems by using them in U kinds of
7 We have - decided to .close ou!t; same...af-
1 should makes them all sell - in a very- lew .
j days. T-.Z
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i One lot of '40 gems at 60 cents" each. .f-
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One lot of 469 gemvs at 75 cents eacSu"
bne lot of 40 gemsi at $1.00 each, ;t -i
, One lot of 32 gems at $1.25 each. .u..
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One lot of 3 genai at ?2.00 eaoh.-. " C Z
one lot "of 5 gems at f20 each. - -"--..''
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One gem for$$.W.-- '
- ARTHUR IL FIELD,
- - - LADrrro jeweler,-
rvrfi, F,trpt and "Pstton avenus. Atls'
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