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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY tMd, 1 AY til 180O.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
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TUESDAY. MAY 27. 1HU0.
THE DAII.V CITIZEN
Is on aale at the following placca In Ashcvllle:
BATTKKY I'AKK NBW8 STAND.
Gl.BN KOCK NUWS 8TANH.
MOllBL Clt.AK STUKli. I'utton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NliWS SI OKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About AMhevllllaiiH and ol
tstraagera within our Ualea.
L. A. Burt, of New York, is at the Bat
I', N. Smith represents Knoxvillc
the Grund Central.
W. E. Utirtlcss rt'i'rescuts Mulligan at
B. O. Hunter, jr., rcprctictiU llnhiimm
at the Battery i'urk.
Mm. Y. R. Kinn ami cliilil.of Lakelaiul
I'lu., are at the Glen Rock.
A. L. Guthmaii, of Atlanta
tercd at the Battery Turk.
II. B. Sotter, of Hillliurii, X. Y ismitii
graphed at the Swuiintiium,
J. G. llnll and K. C. Menziers, of Iliek
ory, were here this morning.
There were eiyhtv-two arrivals at tl
principal hotels yesterday.
V. V. Ik-nyo. ol" South Carolina,
rcuistcrcd at the Gteu Kink.
V. O. Shannon ami Henry Prinze re
resent I'hiladelphia at the Gleu Koek
Jas. Hay, of Madison Court House
Vn., is registered nt the Battery Park.
Ir. E. Fletcher Inuiira, wife and siste
arc ut the Battery Park from Chicago.
C. W. Garland, of Aildie, X. C, is
town to-day. He is at the Grand Ccn
warn on the street pavinu was Mis-
iended yesterdav Uvausc ol the bail
C.C. Clark audi. V. l'islicr, of Well
ster, nrc in town to-day. They lire
the Glen Kock.
The Iluncomtic County Teachers' In
stitutc owns next Monday at the Acad
cmy street school.
Miss O. Miller, a teacher in the i ailed
schouls, left yesterday for Washington
to sictid the summer.
Miss Ada Reynolds left yesterday to
attend the commencement ul' the Greens-
horo I'einale College.
.Marrin,'e licenses have liccn issued to
P. II. Kiny mid Maggie Sisk, and T. C
1-rnnklin and Mary Mauck.
J. C. Coxe, of South Carolina
nephew of Col. Frank Coxe, is lit the
Battery Park with his wife.
Stiiirlcy Anderson, in jail for non-pay
nient of costs, was released yesterday on
bond to await the criminal court.
One of the Asheville Ice Company
wngoni was overturned on Clayton
street Saturday. .No serious damage re
The directors of the Y. M. C. A. were
entertained by President II. T. Collins
at his residence on 1 lav wood street last
Tiik CiTUKN acknowledges nn invitn
tion to be present at the annual com
mencemcnt of the Salem Female Academy
to be held Iroin May 30 to June ,
Ben Ledford, Chns. I lays and John
Crawford were fined $ . each in the Maj
or's court this morning for drunkenness.
Burt Collins was charged with gambling
but the evidence was insufficient and lie
All young men arc most cordially in
vited to attend the "Physician's plain
talk on Personal Purity," to be given nt
the Y. M. C. A. rooms to-night nt H.MO.
Dr. R. L. Dickinson, of Brooklyn, will
deliver the talk. Admission tree,
TO BATTERY PARK.
An Klectrlc Road to Run to the
Colonel Coxe is thinking of building
railrond to the Battery Park. The sur
vey hns been made, and if the road is
built it will be oiernted by the Asheville
Street Railway company in connection
with their present system. Colonel Coxe
ays that if arrangements can lie made
to lense the line to that company, he will
lie has had the plan under considcrn
tion for some time, and the survey was
made Inst week. He finds that the road
can be built to the topof the hill with the
game grade that it required to come from
the dciot to the city. The promised line
will start from Patton avenue, just be
low the government building, and run up
the old drive a short distance. It will
not run on the main drive but along the
walk just above it and will not interfere
with vehicles and hones.
The road will be commenced ns toon
as arrangements are made with the street
railrond, and Col. Coxe hojws to have it
finished by July 1. The line will be 1,600
fret in length, end will run to a point
in front of the hotel. The cost will be
The Faraaera' Alliance.
Two thousand people attended the
meeting of the Farmers' Alliance at Brr
son City on Saturday. Speeches were
made by General Vance, Col, T. B, Long
and Secretary Tomlinson. The affair was
a most enjoyable one. '
QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED
FOR THE CENSUS.
THE ENUMERATORS START OUT
All QuextloiiH Baited on the Cropa
of 1889 A I.oiik LlNt.
The census year begun June 1, 1880,
and ends May 31, 1890. Bach State I as
from one to eleven suiei visors' district!
There are 175 supervisors in all. There
are 42,000 enumerators, who in all parts
of the country will Ix-gin their work
Monday morning, June 2, 1800. Every
farm will he visited before June 30, and
the following questions will be asked
keeping in mind that the figures you arc
to give nearly all pertain to the crops
1880, and not to the growing crops ol
1. Your name ns occupant of the farm
2. Are you owner, renter for money, or
lor share of the crops of the farm
Arc you white or black ? 4. Xumlier of
acres of land, improved and unimproved
.". Acres irrigated. C. XuiiiIkt ot arte
sian wells (lowing? 7. Vulue of farm
buildings, implements, machinery and
live stock. 8. Fences: Cost of building
and repairing. 0. Cost of fertilizers. 10.
Lubor: Amounts paid for labor, includ
ing board; weeks of hired labor, white or
black. 11. Products: Estimated value
ol all farm productions sold, consumed
or 011 band for 1880. 12. Forestry
Amount of wood cut, and value of all
forest products sold. 13. Grasslands
Acres of each kind of grassland cut for
hav or pastured; tons of hay and straw
sold ; clover and grass seeds produced
and sold ; silos and their capacity. 14-.
Sugar: Cane, sorghum, maple, and
licet; sugar and molasses; acres, produc
and value of each. 13. Castor beans
Acres. 10. Cereals: Barley, buckwheat
Indian corn, onts rye, wheat ;acre, crop
amount of each sold ami consumed, am
value. 17. Kice: Acres, crop, and vnl
tie. 18. Tobacco: Acres, crop, amount
sold, and value. 10. Peas and beans
Hushcls, anil value of crop sold. 21
Peanuts: Acres, bushels, and value
21. Hons: Acres, ihiuiiiIs. and value.
22. Fibers: Cotton, flax, mid hemp
acres, crop, mid value. 23. Broom corn
Acres, Miunils, anil value. 24. Liv
n toe It: Horses, mules, ami asses; mini
heron hand June I, 1800; number foaled
in 1880: nuinlicr sold in 1880; numlier
lied in 1880, 23. Sheep: Number on
hand June 1, lsoo, of "line wool," "long
wool," and "all other;" mmiherof lambs
dropcd in 1880; "spring lambs" sold in
ISXO; sold in 1880 other than "spring
lambs;" slaughtered for use on farm in
18S0; killed by dogs in 180; died from
ither causes in 1M80. VO. Wool: Shorn
spring 01 180(1 ami lull ol 18H0. 27.
Goats: XuiiiIkt of Angora and com
num. 28. lings: On farm June 1. 1800.
.'0, Neat cattle: Working oxen, milch
cows, and other cut lie on hand June
1800; number of pure bred, grade and
common; calves dropicd in 1880; rattle
sold in 1880, slaughtered lor use on the
farm, and died in 1880. 30. Hairy: Milk
total gallons produced on farm; sold
for use in families; sent to creamery or
factory; used on farm, including for but
tcr or cheese; used on farm in raising
cream for sale, including for creamery or
inctory. Butter pounds made on farm
and sold in 1880. Cream iiunrts sent
to creamery or Inctory ; sold other than
to creamery or factory. C heesc (Miunds
made on farm and sold in 1880. 31
Swine: Xmnhcr on hand June 1, 1800
sold in 1 HMO; consumed on larm and died
in 1880. 32. Poultry: Numlier each of
chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks on
hand June 1, 1880; value of all poultry
product sold ; eggs produced, sold, anil
value in 180. 33. Bees: .Number of
stands, Kunds of honey and wax pro
duced, and value. 34. Onions: Field
cro number of acres, bushels produced
and sold, mid value. 33. Potatoes
Sweet and Irish, bushels produced and
sold, 3(1. Market Gardens and Small
Fruits: Numlier of acres in vegetables,
blackberries, cranberries, raspberries
strawberries und other small frui's, and
total value of products in 1880. 37.
Vegetables and Fruits forCnnning: Nun
her of acres, and products, in bushels, of
ieas and beans, green corn, tomatoes,
other vegetables and fruits. 38. Orch.
arils: Apples, apricots, cherries, ieuclirs
lienrs, plum and prunes, and other orch.
nrd fruits; in each the number of acres,
crop in 1880, numlier or lienmig trees,
number of young trees not bearing, and
value of all orchard products sold. 30.
vineyard: minuier 01 acre In vines
curing and in young vines not lien ring
product of grapes and raisins, and vulue
Besides these questions on the rcgulur
Agricultural Schedule No. li.Suiicriiitenil
ent Robert I'. Porter hns ordered several
pecial investigation in the interests of
agriculture, among which are Viticulture,
Nurseries, Florists.Seed and Truck Farms,
Semi-tropic Fruits, Oranges, etc., Live
Stock on the great ranges, and in cities
and village ; also the names and number
of all the various farmers' organization,
such a Agricultural and Horticultural
Societies, Poultry and Bee Associations,
armers' Clubs, Granges, Alliance,
Wheels, Union, League, etc.
In no part ot the census work have the
nes been extended more than in the di
rection of agriculture, and if farmer will
now cheerfully co-oierate with the enu
merator and other officials In promptly
furnishing the correct figures more com
prehensive return regarding our great
est industry will be obtained than ever
Of count there be incculntort at
the I'tanon auction next week, but the
mnin body of the purchaser will be con
eervativt buaineu men Intent on making
tale Invtttmenti lor their children and
THE COMING LAND SALE.
More Facta About the
For the information of the jicrsons in.
terested I desire to say i
1, That I shall maeudnmize Mn
ket street from Main street through the
entire length of my property and put
down stone curbing and side walks
front of each of the lots to lie sold.
This may be taken as a part of the con
siderntion, and if the work lie not com
nletcd within one hundred days from
June 1, 1800, any purchaser may canee
the trade and I will refund his money.
1 have laid wnter piie, gns piie anil
sewer piie along Ungle street and Mar
ket street und have exicnded over four
thousand dollars in improvements
the property and intend toexiend six
thousand more during the current year.
I have demolished buildings that were
pnying nn annual rental of more than
ten percent, on ten thousand dollars and
I hoc to demonstrate by this course
that it pays to conform to modern
methods and to keep pace with advanc
2. The six large lots surrounded
Bngle Teirace, Market and Bugle streets
will lie offered separately and afterwards
as a whole. This block, with streets on
everv side, is an admirable location for
commercial hotel, the only vacant bloc
within a half mile of the Public Square,
lying nearer the court house and cit
hall than either thcSwiinnnnon or Grand
Central. It is absolutely safe to say
that no lot of the same size and distance
trom the centre of trade can lie had for
less than $30,0(10; this lot will prohnhl,
go lot less than one third of that sum.
The Grand Central advertises gross re
ceipts at the rate ol $100,000 per annum
This priqierty with a hundred room hotel
in modern style ought to do even bctte
without breaking the continuity of "Old
Ched's" self-styled, happy and widel
3. The prize lot which I give away
the end ol the auction, simply assure
and guarantees n big sale. If less thn
twenty five lots are knocked down I lose
money bv ottering the prize.
4. A $20,0(10 city hall at the bend
Market street is a certain and ordaine
i. Two new hotels each larger tha
Battery Park are now practically assure
for the city.
0. Xew York, Boston, Philntlelphin,
Llucago und Cleveland have hxcil Umiii
Asheville ns their rendezvous for the win
ler; and men may make money in the
ulnre of the furnaces of Birmingham
Chattanooga ami Middlcsltorough but
they will come to Asheville to sicud it in
7. I lie Inst and great luet is that cv
cry man who touches the magic soil
this city finds it turning into gold dust.
It requires no brains but only the ncrv
to bid and buy. Living proofs of this
Inst statement can be seen on every hand.
stllver Flated Ware. '
In canters, spoons, forks mid knives,
siecial inducements are being nlfcrcd
now. Rogers' trinple iilatcd knives,
$1.75 iter set. Forks to match at same
price. Desert knives, $1.(!0 iier set.
ipicniiiii assortment ol Kccd & Haiti
iinteu ware, tne nest goods made, are
oncrcd at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock ami ulwuv
t lie lowest prices at Law s. 57. .10 and
61 South Mum street.
The Mountain Park Hotel.
MprlnicM, N. C,
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the best table in the South. Pure ami
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder tnnn Asneville, there Imng 110
hnrsh winds nuil nodust to irritate wenk
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble ihioIs are the fin
est in tne worm nnd the thermal water
are an unexcelled spccilic lor rheumatism
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion nnd
nil diseases of skin and blood.
Ivxcellcnt physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
nt (..10 n. m., ami 7 11. in
I-.xcursion tickets, includini; one rlnv'i
board at Mountain Park hotel, $4.30.
r or rates etc., address
Adv. W. G. HlMII.ITTLK.
Ice for Wesson 1890.
On and after May 1st ice will lie deliv.
end only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may lie obtained at our omce. No. 30
'niton avenue, and will lie strictly cash
ASIIKVIIXK ICK AND I. UAL Co.
A New Road to Bllna.
If you are wise and wish to become
hen 1 thy nnd wealthy also, vnu will use
Holler King or lilcctric l.iglit flour: lc-
euuse the Asheville Milling Company'
nour i not oniy tne nest nut tnechennest
New Advertisement To-Da jr.
Cohind Hawla. Cooper and Mlanton.
in pan Month A. Weher.
oi-kbs McCollln'a Opera Co.
HTocKHiii.nsNe' Msshi.ii H M. tones.
ai aa tsm op Mi s c Miss Uurmtlsier.
GREATEST ATTRACTION OF THE
Af cCollln'ft Opera Co.
Will Appear In tha
Grand Opera of
Friday BTCtilng;, Najr 30, '90
New and magnificent coattunea. The finest
company now traveling without any ex
Keats oa sale Wednesday at Aawyer'a, Me-
serted seata 9100. General admiialon TS
Orrica Asiisvill Ut. M'v Co.l
Mae 117. 1NBO. I
A stockholders' meetlna will he held at this
office on the 7th day or June, lavo, at noon
for the transaction of each bualncaa aa may
tM to It. ay order or Board of IH-
B. M. JONKH,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NOT ONE BLANK.
EVERY LOT A PRIZE.
AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON THURSDAY,
TIIK FUN WILL BEGIN.
THAT BIJAl'TII TI. GROVE KNOWN AS
HAS BEEN DIVIDED INTO FIFTY OF THE BEST
RESIDENCE AND 15USINESS LOTS
IN THE CITY.
TERMS : Otic Third
of Purchase Money in one and two
Years at 8 Per Cent.
TWO PER CENT DISCOUNT IF ALL GASH BE PAIO.
FOR FIRTH ICR PARTICULARS ADURKSS
A. J. LYMAN.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Work on New Koad.
Work hns lieen iK'Kun lit llristol on tlie
llristol, Gli.nlictliton nnd Carolina rnil-
ronrl. This road will run In mi llristol
to a Miint on the North Carolina line,
where it will connect with the Asheville
te PBK MU .I'll.
Will rent a new 7 room house with modern
Improvements, or will lie sold t-h.-np on ry
terms. A n um-.K,
mayll7dlw Vantouti-r House.
I!MMBR TliKM (11' MI'SIC.
Miss M. Hurmelster announces n summer
term of mnak. Frrm-h, (ii-rman IrsMitin, troitt
June 33 till August .'to. For ti-rins nplily un
til June in nt tin- Asiii-viiie I'viiinii- miii-Kc.
J. K. HARB.
T. C. Mure.
I' K. IIAKIi.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The anderelKiH'il hitvt-liuuKht out the stock
of staple and fhm-y Kroccrice In-tonKln- to U.
L. McDonald, 17 South Main street, and will
carry on the siimc lumlnt-ss at that atnnd.
The present stock will lie Increased nnd a full
line of fresh groceries curried nt nil times. We
shall endeavor hy fiilr ilcnllng nnd pure
goods to retain the patronage Mr. Mcdon
ald has had and solicit orders from our
( Formerly of Lyman & Child I,
Mtrlctly m Brokerage Buslneitti
l.nnn nrcnrely pluced mi ft nt-r cent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
O miles Houth ut Ashcvllle, on A. ft H. H. H
er Month $441 00
'er Week 13 00
erUsy a 00
LHnner and Tea Parties on oneday'snotlee,
Tlioa. At Worrla, Prop.,
Anlrn, N. C.
Also Instrnrtlon In Physical Culture for
ladles and children In classea or private, liy
Mies Maine, of New York, at MIHHION HOK-
PITAL. B-10 a. m. 1-8 p. m. Calla or In-
qalries by mall answered promptly.
AT II A. M.
Cash will. Balance
A firM t l im oiloivtl ntnn cook to tnkr tw
wcrkH' Hi'.iintiun trip with pnrtv Hlarllnu
Iriim tin tilv June it. Nunc hut a tirt vh nn
i-oitu tut- j tipiiiv nni! ifotHl wnuin will Ik ihihI
for Niit h Ai-plj at Jctiku Jciik, iiH I'nt
ion ii vt ii nr.
Two new holme in Went liml ft tin. I Hi room
encn. Apply tu V. K. VVIiST.
mnyLX'Mliw Hi)) turret
OimiiI iiiistiiniiif for one cow in the neich
miriMMMi iii Aicmnmn ami iniisitie avenues,
COL, C. 1.. l-INl KB.
mniL'ilil:it Wigwam, Aslieviile.
One hntise, furniMlieil or unfurnished, sllu
n l ed on lu-iirilen avenue. I'or furiht-r inl'or-
million iippiy to I'mi. a. I', vcnuiilc or I). 8.
Horse for snle, goiMl
Hniiiire nt tills ullice.
snildlcr and driver.
P. A CirMIHINCaS,
Atlorneyat.ltw tk Notary Public
Ml. Ill I.IMAL lll.OCK.
an lots In Chunn's Cove, lust outalilr the
i.imm ueres innu in Manison county, near
noo acres Innd three miles north of llenilrr.
aonvillr A. i H M. K. runs through the
nun. i osiumcc auu ueiioi near uy.
Wore house. No. VI Patton avenue. Pos
session given jane 1, 1H0O.
FOR f.e ONLY.
PHYSICIAN'S PLAIN TALK ON
Dr. R. L. Ulckliisioii, or Brook
lyn, N. V.
The lecture will lie Illustrated by charts
and lilncktioarn drawings.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
TuradMy, May 7, at S.jo P. M,
PKKII TO ALL VOUNO MUN,
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Aceotnmodntlona the very beat this moun
tain country can afford. Terns reasonable
ns possible to make them, nilllnrds, pool,
bowling alley, ball room, music, etc.
P. A. MILKS. M. D.,
ICE RATES FOR
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than one ton nt factory 40c. per hiimin..!
In qiiiiiitilit-B not less tlmii one hull ton ut fuctory 4fic.
IllO pounds, 110 tickets, 10 puilllils each t1 (
7..o " 10 " no ' " ., Bo
1000 " 10 " mo " ;;;; ij jjjj
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the olllce of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JLXLICO COAL AT RETAIL,.
I'or Grate. 4S3.00.II For (stoves), ... . 4.30
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For Mate at Wholesale and Net nil by
ASHEVILXK ICK AND COAL. COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxcluaivc Audits (lioinestlc und Hu-aml lor Western North Carolina.
Lit WIS MADDUX, I'rce L. P. McLOUU, Vlce-Prea. (. B. RANKIN, Cashier'
DiascTo: Lewis Maddux, M.J. nennlen, M.J. Pnsii.J. B. Rankin, J. B, Ray. J. B. R-ii
8. H. Keed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLond. 1
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oritanlsed May 1st, 18.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,815.XX)
State, County and City Uepottltory.
Docs a Urnerul llankina: Btiainras. Depoalta received. Kichanar bought and aold. Col
lections inndr on all ncceaaihlr points. The
On nil .urn. in thie dt-pnrtment, depoaltcd
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention irlvcn to loana oa real eatate, which will be placed (for. Ions! time on real
Open from U a ni. to S p. m. On Saturdays the 8avln rtepartmeat will beopentill n p.m.
UN It OP TUB
In the South.
Service and tublr 1'irnt
l0 i "lV ;: i
Pol terms address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Billed from AkIicyIHc on the A. & H. Railroad and
The crealest numlier and vnrirty of mineral .prlnsa to be found In the Houth.
48 Springt on L.chh Than 40 Acrcw,
Chrtlylrntc, Inm, mtlphur, cpmim, alum, and mnimmtn. Rrvrral very fine mmldnntlonas
thitt iirr uurd in curiiiK iniliK'Htit.n, livrr ami kiilnt-y troutilc. climnif tlyHcntrry, cltruaictlviu
lriln nnd chronic nii-k hen tluc he. Onr mirinit rrcrntly drvclniwil in the Kralmt tonk- watrr
cvrr fituml. Many arc Ituyinst ltn to build nnort ctitiaKcn near the HprfnK l.ota arctvuht
at nttmhml pricca to atlvcrtitw thr i.Tucc and the mineral water. Hoard enii lie bad at
$20 to $30 Per Mouth, or $i Per Day
Kcfcrencm, testimonial, ete., ran tie hail tiy writ Inst to thr owner; or tirtter yet, anyone
Intcmttrtl in Invited to come and try the water, tlrcat Improvemeota will be made m-it
Triiinn leave A urn vl Me at U.O.I a. m. and return at 7 p. m. fare centa.
for lurtner iniormntiou wnie 10
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
lilKht Mile Mouth of Aahcvlllc, on the A. a H. Railroad.
New hotels, new coltaiics, new furniture,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hutphur, Alum. Mnitmia, Iron nnd H.tin. Thoae rrklnic lunlth and dcaare and
elect noddy will not fall to vUlt tlitn ptrunnut retHirt and drink of lu heallnK water.
Aalicvlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Door, (ianh, Bllnda, Moulding., Htalrwork, MautcU, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all klnda ol' Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nor I4dly Telephone Mo. a.
FITZPATR ICK BROTHERS.
Dcalcraln Wall Paper, Window Nhadeaand Patent llMiigcrsi,
Paints, Olla and Varnishes, Maaury'a MUed Taints and Colors. Window (llaaa. bote
French and Amcrtcaa
We keep In stork Ht. Lonlsand Kentucky
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
S17 Ilaynood Street.
All WATHR THOROl'dSHLY FILTKRItD on the Prcmlaca.
Twenty-flee year, of practical eiiertence,
talis of the business and lierfect arrnaKementa
manufactured, enable tin proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Slpliont.
Dinner Ale and all the enrli.ua flavors of HOUA WATIIH ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits. Out of town onlcnOnust
HKATKR8, RANVKd, TINWARIt, Ac.
SANITARY I'LUMIUNO, CAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TW AND BLATB R0OF1N0,
AUTOMATIC ELRCTKIC OAS LIGHTING AND CALL IlliLLS,.
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" OAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House.
No. 4j Patton Ave, - -
BatlnatM Cheerfully Olvea
atari 0 ly
Savins: Feature will receive special attention.
for four niootha or longer, Intereat at the rnti-
PIVU MIM THS
WALK PMfiM TMU
Pass the dour every III
OTIS A. MILLER,.
Hk) land P. O., N. C.
benulifiil nrass, neat tennis and croquet lawns.
E. A. LeVENE,
Hear PaaaciiKcr Ucpot.
combined with rassoati. attention to all de.
for clranlinnss and rusiTT of all Rood,
to his numerous patrons a superior elate of
have kasroNsinLi reference.
C. H. C A M PB ICLf .
Ketnll Healer. In
. A.hcvllle, N. C
oa all Work la oar Dm.