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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800.
IMPROVING THE CITY.
RICHMOND PK4R(tON'S VIKWH
ON THIN Hl'BJKCT.
He Favora an Increaaed Debt
and F.xteualvci Improvement to
street), ttldewalka and Her-
3,ooo More for the Mew Clt
The subject brought upby Tiik Citizisn
of incrfasiiiK the hnntled ih'lit of the city
fur iimirovinir the streets continue! to
nttrnet cunsidernhle attention hiiioiik the
business men and property owner. Mr,
Richmond Pearson, iiHIioukIi he is not n
resident of Asheville and ciiimot vote on
in the city ami is n Inrjje taxpayer. Mr.
I'earsouisa prouressivc, vtieruetic man
and has undoubted alulity as a financier
and business man. He (ave to Tiik Cit-
ii:x yesterday his views on having tin
bonded debt made heavier.
"1 think," he said, "that the debt ol
the city should be increased at least $Kii,
Oini, making the total debt amount t
$UH,liiin. The city is better able now in
stand an increase of thai much than ii
was to stand the first issue of $-10,11011 in
Inn;1. The annual taxes have increased
several fold since that time. There has
always lieen a notable rise in the valueoi
proicrty just alter the issue of lioiidsnuil
the city will lc much richer as soon as
lite voters approve the issue of more, ll
the bonds are issued lor thciiiiprovcmcnl
of the town it will Is: seen by outsiders
that it is a live place .mil this of course
will attract a jjreat deal of money. Wi
should k t work to build up to tin
measure of the destiny of the place. Peo
ple who come to Asheville as a winter
resort an' entitled to the value of the
money they liiitiK here, and they enjoy
paid streets and sidewalk more thai'
anvthiuu else. We owe it ol the publu
opinion ol the place to make improve
ments. "I know the ipiestiou would be carried
if the voters of the city could Ik' satisfied
that the money would lie cxicndcd judi
ciously. It should lie used foricri!iuucut
improvements. 1 denounce the method
of doiun temporary work thai will hnvi
to lie torn up and done over every now
and then. Too miK'li of that has been
done already, and it takes money lo pay
for it all."
As to the method of usiiiK the money.
Mr. I'varsou said: "It should lie pu
into the streets, sidewalks and sewers
The latter will have to lie extended and
it should lie done now. I think the city
ouuht lo pay oucdiall ot the cost of con
struct iiifj silk-walks and the proicrl
owners the other lull. This would di
vide theeH'iise more eipially.
"1 also think that the voters would hi
willing to appropriate tweiuyortwenly
livc thousand dollars of the money, in
addition to the present sum to Ik used
for that purpose', for the erection ot tin
ucwcitv hall and market house. Th
time will come w hen the citizens ol llu
place will le ashamed of a JJii.imi
building uud it is the Ik tier plan lo lak
steps, liclore Us erection to keep Iron
having cause lor llu. In-liny."
IN There Any One Here Tliut
Know Vim ?
Arrivals at the rwaiiuanoa Hotel ys
lerday were as follows: ico. II. Siuath
ets, W.-ivnesville; II. ll. ICwart. N. C; 7.
It. Vance, ir I . S. Armv ; Win, . llai
Charleston, S. C, . j-'auan and wile
Columlua , Jno. K. Iloyl, liuuadiue
Aniouu the arrivals at the ('.rami Cen
tral vesterday were W. V. I'orter, Coo
el's, N. C; W. I.. SIioh:, llaltimore, Md
W. O. Ilariier, Hot Sprinu'S, X. C; 1. K
Land, l-'icd l ook, Ciirmi, III.; I. W
Crapo. N.C.; Kev. K. Waiuwrihl uutl
wile, llowmairs lllulf; Ii. W. Iiavis, Col
uniliia, S. C; C. W. llosliames, X. C; W
I'. Koln-rtsoii. Atlanta, tin.; II. C. l.atla
Hickorv, X. C; II. ll. Ilinnham. X. C; I
W. Candler, railway mail servu-e; I'. S.
i 1.- L. k. I U U . I C II, .-I. IV.....
toll, W. Va., John I'. Malonev, X. C; I:
II. (larratt, ioroiilo, Canada; Chas, I
tl.irrall, Knoxville, Tenii,
The followiui! were registered at the
I la tier v Park yesterday : I'. J. l!tc)orv
Kv.; Chas. C. Newman, Philadelphia
Mr. A. C. Ilrillon, U-inuel P.Conuer.jr.
Natela-z, Miss.; S. A. CiinniuKhani, At
lauta, tin ; A. X. Ilronson, Hot Springs
,. C; C. A. I la Moil mill servant, .. K
(.aureus, I.. K. Clirisohu, Charleston, S
C: I. V. loluii'on, Knoxville, linn.;
W. Ilonlce, S. C: J. J. Street, Koxboro
X. C; K. H. Ilelkuap, P. S. X.; J. M . Heck
Kak'iuh. X. C; II. W. Strassbiiruer and
wile. Ilirtiiinuliam, Ala.; Mis Murdoch
Charleston, S. C; Wriulil Stedmnn, X
C; Mrs. A. S. I.ovenlhal, HirmiiiKlimii
Ala.; (. li. Candler, New ork.
The arrival ai the lllcu Koek hotel ves-
terdav were as follows: IJ. llulzler, Kich
moiiil; l-'rniik Lotiulirnn, Hickory; S. S.
Kirkland, X, C; A. Ilillborn and wife
and Arthur Stewart, Philadelphia; Mrs
CiiiiipU'II, Charleston; Miss Cox. Knox
villi' : Mrs. William MeXeelv and Master
McXcelv, I'lcoruciowii, S. C.; Mr. and
Mr. W. II. Walt, Columbia, S. C; t
M. Mel.urv and child, Xorblc. N. C; lo-
eoh Costello, Trenton, X. J.; Mrs I. llu
M. Waters. Hrvson Citv; Mr. W. F
llalicock, two children anil nurse, Ches
ter, S. C; J. It. Franklin, Knoxville; II
A. Whortov, Laurens, S. C; II. L. Iloyd
XewHirt, Teiin.; 11. K. Shiver, Coving
ton, Ky.; John I'. Maloney, Henderson
ville; J. St.ilcup audi). '.. Holwrts, Swain
N. C; II. llntlin, WashiiiKton, 1). C; 7.
II. Vance, lllnck Mountain, X. C; C. II.
.Htorrs, Nashville, Tenn.
V. M.C.A. I.IMNON Hi;l.lN.
September ami "JeMUM KnlertiiK
1, lesson surroiindiiiKS Sunday School
Times, piijjc ,iii ; PeloiilM-ti.Notci, pane
'J. Ilnu-riiilinil of the road from llrthnnv
to Jerusalem. The Laud and the Hook
vol. 1. tin. 11M. H11
II. iK'scriptum of the Triumphal proces
sion I. anil and me hook, vol, I, nil
410-411 ; Ldcrshcini, vol. ii, pp. ,'H'i4-
, View ot the holy city from Olivet
"Land nun the Hook, vol. 1, naue
41 1-414; Sunday School Time!, page
A. IJtprnl fulfillnient of the iironheevrnn-
eernitiK the destruction ot' Jerunelnm
Peloidirt I note, pae Sunday
SHiiinl Tunc, iiukc 070.
6, Josephus' account of the destruction
"Jowpntii History oi i lie Jews, mj(e
7. SiiKKcstions to teacher nnd Illustra
tion PcloulH't, pne 115-11(1; Sun
day School Time!, puge GU0-57U.
Mary Howell and Porn Clayton, col
ored, from Cripple Creek were arrested
this morning charged with itcnling $15
in money from Wm. Cninon, a railroad
negro. TheyNwcrc tnken before Justice
Mnlone and giVn a preliminary hearing.
Mary Howell win sent to jail to await
triolin default of'2l0 bond and Dora
Clayton wn recouViiifd ia the mm of
11(H) for her apis:l?rBn at the next
term of the criminal
Forecasst till B a. ni. Halnrday
fair, Hlluhtly warmer t varlHlile
wIiium rain and cooler Halurduy.
Mr. A. Whitlock hug ictiirneil from n
Col. J. M. I leek, of Knleigh, was regis
tered at the Ilattery Park hotel yester
Ouite a number of farmers arc in the
city to-day utteudiiig the meeting of the
The street force nre doing some excel
lent work on Walnut it reel. The side
walks arc Iwing cleared ot rubbish and
the street graded.
The regular weekly meeting of the
hoard of aldermen will be held to-night
in the mayor's olliee. The election ol ex-
Mdermitn Ptilliam's successor will be dis
A lady living on Chestnut street asserts
that she has a inuscovcy duck w Inch w ill
no to the water hydrant whenever it is
thirst v and turn (in the water so as to
et a drink,
An Indian medicine man was sinking
it the Farmers' warehouse this alter
iioou. He had the darkey mid the banjo
and w hile he sold the medicine the dar
key made the music.
Frank lluehaiiau, a white boy about
1.1 years old was knocked down nnd
siepKil on by a horse on court place to
lay. The animal's hoofs struck the boy
hi the leg, and iiillieted slight injuries.
A team hitched to F. M. Johnson
livery wagon Ik-ciiiiic Ii ighiencd on North
Main street this morning and landed the
ivagon against an electric light pole. Xo
sci ions damage was done to the vehicle.
Mr. Austin Justice, son ol Mr. ll. W.
Justice, Sr.. of Asheville, eainc up on
Monday mid entered liulson college as a
student. It is his intention to remain
luring the entire session. Henderson
"The lliiggagv Transfer company" has
liought out the transter business of the
shevillc Street Kailway company and
a-iII conduct it hereafter. Mr. H. M . loins
ts accut and his olliee is at the odiec of
the street railway.
Mr. C. F. Mel.tire, general auiierin-
leiulent of the Southern Hell Telephone
iml Telegraph company, is lit the city.
He is here for the purpose of making nr-
rangemcnts to improve and extend tin
telephone service hen'.
Mis Flora Whitlock, who has liceu in
Huston for several mum lis past taking a
linishinu course at I he conservatory ol
music, has returned and will enter at
mcc upon her duties as teacher ot music
in the Asheville citv schools.
The dirt that is removed from court
place in front of the First .National bank
I Mcl.ouil liuiliimg. is nciug nit on me
lot in the rear of the citv building, III
irder to raise the grade ol that place as
ircscniH.'ti uy i ue cuy engineer.
Mr. Frncsl llain and Mrs. Haiti have
returned to Kaleigh from Asheyilli
where Mr. llain was removed tw
weeks ago trom l.omliroon. lie is ra-
id v conva eM'imi and Ins sikciIv and en
lire recovery is earnestly hoK'd for bv
htsmauy Iriends. News and t iiiscrver.
Asheville has formed a company li
hurc lor uas. t'.eoloists say there is u
jus in this country, but Aslicvillc ha
liusli ami cneruv eiiouull to Icaru the
-eolouists that thev can sometimes Is
laistakeii. The gas will lie used for fuel
ami possihly lor light. W aynesville
The usual sonu service ami gosisl
nireliUL' will Ik- held at the rooms of the
V. M. C. A.. Sunday alWrnooii Se-pt.
it 5 o'clock. The gossl meeting will
is'eomlucled by Kev. II. I- Hunt, pastor
ol Ashland Avenue Hai'iist church, lo
ledo, II. Ills siilnccl will Ik': "Freedom
by the Truth" John s-XJ.
The street ear on the Ilattery Park
line made their first regular trip yester
day ailcrnoou. The car on this line will
run oulv from Pulton avenue to the
hotel, coiiuectiuu at Patton avenue willi
the regular car, except at train tune
when il will run through lo the depot
t train time it will be oil of the regular
There were only two ease in the
mayor's coin i this morning and Cripple
creek furnished Isitli ol them. Henry
Williams, charged with assault and dis
orderly conduct, plead guilty and was
lined three dollar and lilt v cent cost
U'liii Adam lor assaulting Addie Haw
kins nt Cripple crick, also plead guilty
and was lined live dollar.
CANl Kl.l.ltH A ItATIv.
Capl. JoIiiimIoii 1'nable lo Mnealt
Owing to the serious illness of hi
lather, Capt. T. II. Johnston has can
celled hi niiiioiutmeul to sK-nk at
Hiirusville, in Viiuccy county, Monday
next, SeptcnilH-r li'.'d.
The Farniern' Alliance MeellniCi
Tlie HniieoinU' count) farmer' alliance
met in special session at the court house
lliis morning. It was n good meeting
twentv-four of the thirty-live alliances
The following was adopted:
"Whereas, We are inloruied that in the
legislature ol INM'.I. the lion. M. p.. Car
ler wn the only legislator from this sen
atorial district who sumxirtcd the rail
road commission bill; tliercfore
"Resolved, That the luriner alliance
if HuiicoiiiIh' county through their dele
gate here assembled, take this method
il expressing their appreciation ot hi
services nnd Inithlutties to our interest
in this particular:
Kcsoivcd inrtncr; i nnt nr. n mi-
umton, lute representative of Ynney
county, also has our high resiecl for ser
vices rendered in the tunic directum.
The Colored Nurse.
Kiiitiik Tiik Citizkn: It would ben
great favor to the visitor of your de
lightful citv if you could prevail on the
colored nurse not to go in gangs with
liiilrv rnrriage two abreast on the nar
row sidewalk, forcing ladies to take the
street in passing, A isiros.
This complaint is a just one, and "go
in gang" just expresses it, but it i even
worse wh-.-n nursesdon't "go" at nil, hut
proceed to hold a sidewalk convention
and force everyone else into the itreet.
We need reform In the matter of ob
structing sidewalks. Iili. ClTUKN.
Material of the Kenllworth Inn.
The material used in the construction
of Kenilworllt Inn will be stone nnd
wood. The first and second storie front
will lie of stone n will also the arched
drive at the entrance of the building. The
remaining Hurt will lie of wood nnd
stucco work, with itone trimming. The
stone used will come from a ipinrry near
Richmond Hill northwest ot the city.
Democratic Clnb Committee).
l'reident Carter, of the voung men'!
democratic club ha appointed the fol
lowing committee!: Finance C. D.
Wanton. V. B. McHce, J. E. Hampton,
H. C. Fogg, C. C. McCnrty.
Public ipcukins nnd entertainment R.
M. Furman. T. C. Wentnll. J, 0. Merri-
mon, a. P. Sawyer, T. C. McNeely.
RELIGION AND BUSINESS,
MR. H. T. COLLINS PK tKI AT
THK V. M. C. A.
An mtereatlnK Addreaa by lite
Prealdent of the Association
We Should be a Falthtal In Re-
IlKlon aa Bnalneaa.
The meeting at the Y. M. C. A. room
lust night was a very interesting one,
ltwaoiened by singing, after which
the leader, Mr. H. T. Collins, rend the
12th chapter of Roman and then led in
The subject of his discourse, for he was
the SM'akcr of the evening, was "Religion
in business," and it wn well handled,
Mr. Collins Isrgnn by saying that Cn-
taiu T. W. Pntton had Ix-en appointed
sis'iikeron this subject, but owing to
the tatter's absence from the city, he I Mr.
Collins) hud been culled on to till his
The subject, he continued, doe not
apply to the average Christian because
if the careless manner in which it is
treated. All christians arc in fault. All
hould show their fidelity to God bv
having religion in their business, but we
lo not realize the true meaning ol the
matter and fail to nut religion first.
we were agents in any kind ot business
and did not ie,-form our duty any better
than we serve l,od, we ought to lie dis
charged, A members of churches we
have our obligations, and we should
certainly strive to maintain those obli
gations. In business we forget that fidel
ity to laid should always have first
place, and if we were to take a vote to
see which ipicstion received most atten
tion, we should invariably find business
Von have read of the eorlv Puritans,
who made their plans and were always
careful to carry them out, never devia
ting Iroin them in any way whatever.
mil we mav still hud some tew people
who follow their example. Mr. William
Podge was a man who always gave
religion first consideration ; he made his
bins and carried them out, though he
had a large business to attend to. He
hud certain view in regard to the prin
ciples of business nnd religion and was
arclul to maintain tlictn.
A great inanv men think thev will lose
money it they devote too much time to
religion, beeausc business is more impor
tant, and while thev may give their
money lor religion, they never know
what the results are. They do not live
up to the principles of Christianity in
this respect. In the chapter read it says,
Not slolhtul in business; fervent in
spirit; serving the Lord;" and weennnot
do this unless we have pertect fidelity to
If nil business men who claim to lie
Christians would give religion the first
place in their business, thev would lie
more succcsstiil in everything they under
take, lor success m religion menu sue
cess in business.
Mr. Collins' talk was followed bv
prayer and singing.
The Rifle Hhootlnic.
At the weekly shooting match of the
Asheville Rille club. Hr. S. W. Ilnttle
again won the Reynold medal, and will
wear it lor anoiiier week, I he scores
were as tollows:
Reynolds, X. A
Reynolds. i. I
Ilaird. A. II
.V(A'77 CAKOUXA FOLKS.
Telegrams have Iwen received nt Knl
cigh announcing the election of Charles
Manly llusbce, ol Kaleigh, as grand sire
ol the sovereign grand lodge ol Odd K-l
lows. This gives great satisfaction to
the members ol that order.
Mr. J. C. Hunean, nt Marion, was in
the city on business at the governor's
ottiee. lie Drought hue rcportsol the po
liticul condition of nllnirs in McDowell,
and said that there would give n rousing
vote to .Mr. Crowlord, who is expected
to Israt bwart by n good majority.
.News anu (iiiscrver.
Mr. John Henderson, of Koek Creek,
Mirrv county, is visiting relatives in Sa
lem. Mr. Henderson vouched to the
statement lust night that he had lived in
the ueighlHirliood of Rock Creek for five
years and during that time had never
seen n single one of his neighbor the
least intoxicated, nor never heard one ol
them swear an oath. inston Daily.
The Anil-I.oticry Bill. Xi-
Xi:w Oki.bans, Sept. 10. The anti-lot
tery league ol Louisiann tired salutes at
Xew Orleans, llnton Rouge, and other
points over the passage of the anti-lottery
bill by congress.
Wholesale Price on Frail Jam.
tly the Ikix only; (piurts. 75 cents per
dozen; one hall gallons, UU cent doxen
Cash only. Xo v is the time to make
up clubs, and save money. Always low
est prices at Law's, on South Main St.
A New Road lo Bllsa.
If you nre wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, yon will use
Roller King or Ivlectric Light flour: be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour ii notoniv tneuest nut tneencapest.
A Mad Railroad Wroels
occurred several days ago on one ol ou
most important trunk Unci, Nobodx
hurt but all the baggage except the
Kollcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Iltiv one. Sold by denier. Made bv H.
W. Koundtree & Bros., Richmond, Va,
Mi. Mr. P. K. Melntvre, who is well
known for his superior workmnnshio,
and Mr. C. li. Moody, who sells the very
best brand of Portland cement, have as
sociated thimselvr to make a specialty
of Inyiniceoncretc udewnlki and are pre
pared to take contracts to do such work
in the very best manner. Office SO Pat-
ton avenue, telephone 40 and 73.
Write Home Building and Loan As
sociation, of Asheville, N. C, Col. Prank
Coxe president, commenced operation
last Saturdny. tin next Saturday and
every Saturday thereafter between the
hour! ot 0 nnd 7 p. m. at t-. I . Kawli
odiec on Patton avenue. The weekly in-
(tnllincnt which li hlty cent! on each
share of Mock taken, must be paid. All
who wish to become members, call on
Mr. Knwli thil week so you can begin at
the beginning and start witn the rest.
The nsssocintion will loan you $200 for
encn snnrt ol itork taken, utuy cost
fifty cents a week on a share. If you
wish to nulla a house or pay lor one al
ready built become a member at once.
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
VUBON itWf 1 DBNTIavr.
Pllllni tsath a lotdaltv. also treatlns dis
eased sums, and all dlnraat pertaJnlna to
tnt dental structart. umci rooms on rai
ton avmiM. over Manor at Smith's dm
Attraction Extraordinary t
A Free Show, and Everybody Invited !
Of tho FiiiPHt CkxmIh from the Lonmtt of Amorica, England,
Ireland, Switzerland and Franco for your examination. A
gigantic stock and an irreniHtible array of tho nioHt fash
ionable fabrics for the Fall and Winter of 1800.
Of Fine French Millinery. Dry and Fancy
Goods, taken place
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
23R'', 24 AND
11 are cordially invited to attend. Spwial low prieeH will
e made Opening Days. A large display of Imported Hatu
from Paris and a beautiful collection by our own ArtiHts
will be on exhibition. Everything complete in this department.
Our Dry Goods Department Immense.
4,200 Hqimrc feet of Hpnee jammed ! All the latest Nov
elties for Fall wear represented
GOODS STOUE is the term
and Gentlemen) whose politeness is equal to their e.ori
ence, and a stock of goods inferior to none in the South
we hope to retain the immense
ily grown since our advent.
forget the dates 23d, 24th
P. P. MIMNAUGH'S,
No. xx Patton Avenue.
Index to Mew AdvertlemetitM.
Notk'H B. M. .fonea. Agent.
Tiik Hit ok Stork Weaver Ac Mycra.
Or km hob BoAttiiKai CummhiR llounr.
TO CAI'Tt HR AND KKRP INlWCll Ht 8nl 'lT.
Carolina Intkr-Htatr B. & L. AamiviA
TtoN B. 8. Trnnrnt Hecretary.
QPBN FOR BOAK1IBK8
The Camming House, No. L'4 Balky street,
In now open for the reception of boarder, by
the day, week or month at moderate rat .
The central location of the house makes it
fwdallv desirable for business men.
Beginning tonlajr the bats-ace business for
merly carried on by Tbe Asheville Street Rail
way Company will be continued by tbe un
dersigned under the name of
THE BA66A6E TRANSFER CO,
I will be itlsd to serve my friends, and will
promise prompt attention to all orders en-
truested to me.
Office at Mtreet Railway Company's office.
Telephone Mo. 10. Respectfully,
D. M.JONB8, AKent.
September 10, 1HH9.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OP WILMINOTON. N. C.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 15,000,000.
PAR VALUE OF STOCK, 1100.
Inreatmcnt shares payable TO cents per
month, per share. Only 12 monthly pay
menu for any year. No extra assessments.
Stock estimated to mature In six years,
Members can withdraw their deposits at any
time an I set 6 per cent interest. Reasons
why every one should hare stock ia this As
sociation : Von can borrow money at 0 per
cent Its securities are First Mortgaae only,
The borrower share the profit. Shares are
nonforfeitable. The borrower get full face
ralue of his share. Conservative, reliable
u4 truck worthy, atop paying rent. Iluy
home with the money yon pay for rent, Be
your own landlurn,
- OPP1CBRB AND DIRBCTORS.
j. nnurr nisiinwn. rimurnij n m now
;bi ii-vrrcsiutmi maniii ncvreinry ,
C. B. Borden. Treasurer; Iredell Meares, Gen
eral Attorney i j. k. K.cmy. uerry uiearea,
This Association la under manaswment of
ae nnccs, wm, n, wreen.
men or Ion at business esDertenco. You can.
not And a better Investment. Good, reliable
men wanted aa areata. Right man can se-
sure nuc terntorr. Aanrcra
B. B. tbhnknt. iwcretarr
Or I. 8 WATT BR tt, Manager Agrndea,
Wilmington, n. z, scptiwdut
Hiti Minn a governess or teacher in pri
vate school by yoang lady teaching English
branches, also elementary Latin and Prench.
Address, MISS MARY B. SMITH,
Sins South Broadway, St. Louis Mo.
Oold, Silver, iTory, Oak, Ollt and Combi
nation Moulding. Also Room Moulding.
Pictures Matted, Moaated and Framed at
lowest price and work guaranteed. Engrav
ings, Paintings aad Local View always oa
m a. Mln at., Aafacvlllc
Buy Llndsey'a Gnlde
Brilliantly Adorned !
here. A COMPLETE DRY
applicable to our house.
trained assistants (Ladies
patronage which has stead
Attend our Oiioning. Don't
and 25th at
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL HIZUH PUR FAMILY
AND IIOTBL I'HH
Uaaraiitecd to be Ucrtn Proof.
ALL 8IZB8 KBI'T IN STOCK.
TO TIKIHl! NKKIUNO
As it Is Important to use only the best ma-
terlal for Rldewnlks, I have arranged to keep
in stock anil use in my work the celebrated
BRAND" of OBRMAN PORTLAND Cli
MKNT, which Is used largely for that pur
pose, and In preference to many other kinds,
In NBW YORK.'CHICAOO. ST. PAUL
MINNRAPOLIS, DBTROIT, NBW OR
LHANS, ST. AU0UST1NB AND OTHKK
C1TIB8, Letter from these places showing
It to be much superior to the brands ordi
narily used her and testimonial a to It
superior quality will be shown to anvc
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO, 40..
Yard aad Warehouse near lleuot. Tele.
ASHE VI LLU AD I UK l lSnMliM S.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less than one ton at factory.. Oc. per hundred
In quantities not less than one halt ti.n at factory Bc. - ''
nun pounds, 8(1 tickets, 10 pounds each 2 no
Mini ,, ' " V.' .. ., "-'Ml
7IM) 11 uh M ' (l oo
TflO " lfl " BO " B(IH
1000 ' 10 " 10(1
Tickets In dollar packages mid anv iiuiinlltj' of Ire mny be obtained from drivers and
our iillice for cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Awtnue,
1JEST ANTHRACITE COAL
.l.-,,r hIc at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bscluslvc Aircnts 1 liuiiiestic und Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
LIIWI8 MADIIITX, PrrS L. P, McLOUB, Vice-I'res. I. B. RANKIN. L'aahltr
DiiscTois: Lewis Maddui, M.J. Bcarttcn, M.J. Pbkk.J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, I. K. Krr.l
8. II. Heed. lien. B. Powell, C. M. Mcl.oud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,-
Organised May 1st, 1KH8.
C A PITA L, 850,000.
Htate. County and
Imrm a Ocneral H&nkint Uuilntn. DepoiUt
lections tna'le on all accemiilile point. The
Onall lumi In ttaia department. dcionlted
Of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Riven to loans on real entnte, which will be placed for Ions tlmr on real
Open from tt a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday, the Savlus liepArtment will be open till fl p. m
ai7 Haywood Street.
THOROVCiHLV FII.TKRKO on the PrcuilHCu.
Twcnty-ftve yearn ol practical experience,
taHii of the bnaineMii and perfect arransemrnu
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prrncnt
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons
Ginger Ale and alllthc rnrioui flavor of 8(IAVATKR ready for ihlpment and drllvcnr.
free In City limits. Out f town ordem rnunt
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and (.rowing: Mountain Report,
(Near AhIicv.IIc, N. C, nnd adjoining the Vamlcrlillt lint a to. I
Your choice of any lot in the plot for $loo. You ct a Wnrrniity Occd
i title perfect I and a receipt tor $lMi, with ten coupttiiH iittiu-hcil, ench cou
pon for $10. Thene cou point nrr kooiI lor 10 cucli in puyniciit foi board nt
any of the hotels in Skylaml.
IIotkl St. AHuoNih-MMn now. 1
HoTHt. ItoNNvcRKHT ocn now JKiitt'S from $.'lit to -o per month.
Pavilion Hursii Iwini: built. I
Thcue coupons nrvK'""! fr three yi'iimt'rom their ilntrand nrr triiimfen'btr.
Therefore, vui ituv $ ion for your choice til' u lM.tu(titil buildinu lot;,oii
net the $100 nil Imt'k in boiird ; tou hiive thur yciirs to ilo no in ; you tun
M'll the cou j ki I- to noine one cine if oiido not iim- them ; iiml nt or I trio re I hi
end ot three years your l t will le worth Irom a;tfHi to $000 or more.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Take Train Out at 9.10 A. SI. fare Centn Or Drive Mnullt 8 Miles).
IK III I. KITI lilM'.H, City Avint, 'JH Pntli.n Ave.
HOTEL5' ARMOND-HO TEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINtiS, N. C.
KlRht MIleN South ol Asheville, 011 the A. A . Railroad.
Nrw hotels, new mttiiKi's, new furnltuiv.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
Whftv Hulphur. Alum, MitKnrviH, lion nnd l!poiti, 1 hone sctkinu htiilth nml pleasure nnd
select society will nut lu l to visit this pUiicnut rcorl nml drink of Its healing waters
AahcTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers aad Dealer In aklnds of Dreased
L U M
Door, ttaah, Blind, Mouldlnrii, Htalrwork, ItlantclH, Rank
and Bar Flsturea, and all kind of Buildins; Material.
Hard 'Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
flov 14 dly
$100 REWARD I
For anyone who will buy a pair of (Irahnm Hhoes nnd not net vnlur received. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
Just above Fanners' Warehouse.
ASHEVIIXE DRV GOODS COMPANY.
CheK'st store nnenrth. Ilnnille imthlns tut I'lrst-elns. tloods, ami inteml to treat
evervlioily MII'.HT. We keep hntnr-maile Hhoes of cn-rr kind. Ilcimc-iniiilc Jeans Home
made I'tnlils. Home made liontestic, liomi'.iniiile lirllllna- Wc warrant every uuir ol
Asheville Htaoc Co.'. Shoes.
Howard I'rofllt anil Milt. HolcomlH' nre with
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to all pnrts of the city our own llnttllna K snort Ileer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our heer Is kept at temiiernture nf 40 driiree and we guarantee you a fresh artlile at
nil time.. TH K TRADB Hl'I'I'I.lUII FKUM
THK I.KADIMH '
. WINE AND .-.
IN THK 8TATK.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. a. sAauinr. yf. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. . C '
V FOR 8ALK BY..
Asheville, N. C.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shadcttand Patent Hangeri.
Palata, Oil aad Varal.hc, afamrj' Mlsed Paint, aad Color. Window Ola, hot
W. karp la stock It Louis ud Kcatacky Ltad.'
received. Bichanpie bouRht aud anld. Cut
Saving Feature will receive aftecial attrntiitn.
for four month- or longer, hiterrttt at tlu- t.tii
combined with rKRftONAL attention to all d
far ci.ranlinkm and rtmiTV of all aooili
to hln oumcrona patrons a u peri or claim nt
hmve hrhponhihlk reference.
C. H. CAlvTPBKI.I.
Nmitiriil tiriiv. "',uisl trnnis ami iroim t luuns,
12. A. LeVKNE.
Near Pfletiter Iscpo.,
B Ii K,
Asheville Dry GooUh Co.,
J. U. HDWBLL, Mnacr,
Over for its Purity.
LIQUOR .. STORE
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 46
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