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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1890.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
Till': CHANCiK TAKlvH I'l.ACI'
The Mew Compau- to 'uriiliili
Home To.Slulit-Tlie old Com
pny WaulH the Contract Com
piled With Mr. Lyman Maya II
The Attheville Lif;lit iinil Tower com
pany's contrnet with tlit eilv l Ashe
ville for linlilin tlic strei'is ot tlieeity ex
pirt'8 to-flav, (tml t lie contract of the Peo
ple's Elect riv I.in'it and I'ower com
puny lie-ins. Tlic old company li.i
ceased to hunt thecilv inul i lie new one
must, in accordance with the terms ol its
contract, turiiisli the tights loi' I he si reel
to-uiht. The company is only parlirdh
prepared to comply with the contract.
nut sonic lights w ill he lairuin to-nihi.
Work on the plant has lecn delayed loi
n eousidcrahle length ol time anil war
not Ik'ciiii until very recently. Mr. C. K
Koss. construction superiuteudcul ol thi
National lilcctric Manulactiniuu coin
puny, ol Kail Claire, Wisconsin, win
is ciikiiuciI in puuiiiL' in the plant,
lias Ikcii delayed in Ins operations lie
cause ol the iualiilily to ohtaiu a sulli
cient supply ol poles, and has only Inn
actively at work lor ahoui three days
In this time lie has put up a tiiimlier m
poles and stretched alioul three miles ol
wire. The part of the city to lie liijitii
to-ninlit is not very laie, as hut Iwelw
or lourtceu lights will lie reit.lv loi use.
Temporary arc lights w ill In- placed aloiiL
ratton avenue ami on court place, am
will hum lo-uiht. The dynamo is it
place at licmens' lactory and the pown
will come from that cstahhsluucul loi
the present. The hoiler and engine Ik
loiijgiuK to the company aic on the roai.
now ami will le put up soon.
The entire plant ill lie completed ii
fifty days and the sixty street lights w ill
he ready in two wicks. The arc circuit
will lake twenty miles ol wue.
The louudation ol the luiililinu I'm tlu
plant has lieeii coniplcliii and In icklayinj.
wm enmmenee ti-iinirnw.
The system to lie used here has recently
been ndopteil liv the city ol Chicago loi
its street lights.
Mr. T. W. I'attoii siijiet iiiliiiilitit o
the Asheville l.iylil and 1'nwer compauv.
says, with reference to the change ol coii
' Mir company is composed of wha'
was formerly the Asheville Electric l.ih:
company, ami the Asheville i'ias am
l.icht company. In, tli ol w hich were or
panned hy citicus ol .ln-ville, sum
four years api, and i'iuim.IhI.iUiI aliou.
two years ayo. 'I In nici at the linn
of its organization iditaiued the cinitrac:
for city lilunin. datuny tn.ni Hctolur I.
ISSli, tur two y ears, and mii-weit it 01
the same terms on i icioUi t, l"s, nui
it consiipicutly expired last nnjit. Tin
terms lor ciht hoius service m wintei
ami seven in summer, ami upon w hat i
known as 'the moonlight schedule.' wen
$.;i.'t t nioiuli lor each lamp ol IMnii'
caudle power, the aldermen having ih.
riuhl to increase or dimmish l Ik- uuiuU i
ol lamps at their iIim iTii.ni. The eon
tract also provided lor lour towers, hold
ing tour lamps each.
I lie service rendered oy this compan
has not at all limes Urn satisfactory t
the city authorities, and the ahlennei
have reserved the riht each nionth I
audit the lulls and ri.lu.e them iu pr
jioriiou to mi- cuaiaiicr ol tlic sctvic.
and to this arraiii'iu.-iii the
has readilv ayreeil.
i lie proposuion lor mils lor tile nev
contract was sulunitted to this comp.,10
some mourns nuii, tniii.. living expnl
lire use 01 towers i.'.i nit 111 lu.clit, am
inereasiny the mi vice to all niyht
every nielli, iiioonhlit as well as il.u k
We stiliitutted a liid on the same l.asis
heretolore. and our oppoiu uix, 1, 1,1 jnj
uir 1 nc same service, i.m tar liilmv m.
Coiiseipiently thee were awarded th
contract and we can only wish then
joy ol It ami l".,k to the lioanl ,,l nhl,
iiicu 10 110111 mini 10 tne terms upm
which we were asked to submit ,nir I. id
I rcler to tins Uiause I tiuiicrst.in, ,,,
etliirt is lieini: made to iiulu.e the city 1,
nliaudoit the use ol towers, and I protest
mat tins wouui not oulv in- uiiiair to tlu
other coiiiKtitors lor the contract, litit
nceoriliiii; to the views held liv the alder
nun hitherto, would result iu uusatislae-
tory liulitinu ol the city. W lieu our low
cr on lliesiiuare lell down ..ini turn .n.,,
I tried to obtain iertuissioii tosulisiilute
pole lights, on terms l.ivorable to tin
city, lint the aliliriuni insisted thaliiolli
ini; lint tower service would lie accepted
anil mi we replaced the lallen tower, an. I
submitted to reduction ol lulls during the
lime 11 was ilowu, at the (liscreiiou ot
So far as this compauv call do so, it
will insist, in eoiiiiniin justice, that the
contract awarded to its eoniiHiitors
cililiriuim: the terms upon which the bids
wire aKcinor. nesirii iiyeoinpliiil with.
Mr. A. . Lyman, president ol the com
pany to which the contract has Ineii
awarded sayx that his compauv will
comply with the letter of the contract
"A siillicient ninnlicrof our lemporary
light! to imrt with tenns ol the eontrael
will lie tip I11.t1iu.l1l," he said. It will In
some time lielore the towers are ready.
Imt we are "niiitf to put the sixty lights
called for on poles, and make a test ol the
matter. I think public sentiment will Ik
in lavor ol ha villi.' the poles iu prelen-iire
to the towers whin they are tried, lb
course there will I some opposition lo
calise the new method will he nn innova
tion nntl such thill" are always on-
iniscii, nt want 10 uuni up 1 in- citv 111
the way the ieople wish ami will try to
do in. The use of towers have fieeii
iihondoneil in the north and I believe our
people will lie Kind to gel rid nl them."
Forecast till H a. m. TliurHdit
l or Nnrlli Carolina, sliawrra 1 va
riant.? wIikIh, iKirllieaMlerly onllie
liiiist 1 Hlatlonnry temperature.
l. S. Watson lias returned from Lou
Mrs. Will Aiken left to-day for n visit
to Hickory. She will berime about ten
A fare of U5 cents is now charged fur
passengers 011 the street car meeting the
Ilieiiilantsonotj.li. r.ilhert, a car
penter on Soulliside iivenue, died at his
Marriage license was to-dav to esse
Shackelford, of Kuoxville, Tciin., and
Miss l.ida West, of Hiiucomlie county.
Kcv. W. A. Nelson will return l-'iidav
morning from Wadeslioro, where he has
been conducting a protracted meeting
lor about two weeks.
"I'ritii.iiy elections" is the subject Iin
discussion at the Lyceum to-night. Mr
E. I). Carter, one ol the most prominent
ilrtui icrnts ot the city, will make the
opi ning speech.
I he shcv:lle street radwiiy company
i having the track in ti on t ol the Cos
iiiopolitau club straightened, lite cars
will run 111 the centre ol the street instead
ot on the east side as heretolore.
lico. E. Hoggs, Haywood county lec
turer, I. I'. KcevcH, HiiucoiiiIh.' county
lecturer, and . II. lieeiuan, ol Henderson
county, spoke 011 "the runners alliance
it the court house I his afternoon.
('icorgc Miller, the two and 11 half yeai
.Id son nl Mr. and Mrs. C. II. .Miller.
lied last night at their home on Spruce
street. I lie liineral lakes place this utter-
noon and the interment will Ik; nt River
THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
THE NEW HOUSE LEADS.
Col. A. T. DavldHon Makes
Hpeecta on the laaueii of the Cam.
paltrn He In Followed by Mr. U,
K. IIokk To Meet Friday In-
Hit-ad ofTuemlav Nluht.
The regulur weekly meeting of the
young men's democratic club was held
in the court house lust night. The
meeting wns called to order by Presi
dent Carter, and the minutes of the last
meeting were read mill approved. I'resi
dent Carter announced that Col. K, II.
(ilcmt, of Winston, would be in Asheville
and would speak at the court house
Monday night, Oetolicr Ui, and urged
all to do their licst to have 11 good crowd
OF - NECESSITY - IT - MUST.
Iiiiilicitc()iili(l('iic(Miuist be iicconlcd its UNHiTtioiiNl'or thr
, proofs. OvcrwhcliiuiiK proofs daily catch tlie cyu ami pour
their irresistihlo nttnictions before the wondering nnilti
tude. Last week the people raved over our grand open
iiiff and we were the recipients of many fla ttering congrat.
IllJl.UflllM III Mlll'PPMM 111, llfkTlWk lll.il nhl'im limit' twitir n
Col. A. T. Kavi.lson had been selected "
as the principal speaker of the evening, P1VH 18 WllK'h Were too Iat f()l' Olll' Opening HOW ill, 1 1)0 Spe-
,11111 nioni.- uir aoiuv lime oil llic IHSUC. Ol
He tirst spoke of Siienker Keed and his
rulings in the house ot representatives.
He cited the cases in which democrats,
although they had a majority of votes
from their district, were ousted and
p hlicaus put iu their places and said it
was because Keed had directed tins to be 11H K(i.JVinI. I'llU-ilftls if sti v 1iiiii.1h.u1 ,......,., ifu f,
ilium Th atMifilfor lft(titiii.(l t It M.. I "
Kinleybill and referred to it us "see- IVoill. All late styles Ulld dil'lH't fl'OIII Hl'st IiHIkIh. Nollllllll-
tional. iiiiuuitous, vindictive and re- . . . . . . .
vengeful." He alluded to the cinuscs ' "tutt hero. Wenredonig the business. The people
which put a duty ot four-tenths of one f .--...i ..r t1llt uf11.lu Tim. 1 I...
--' .i..vr.i..r. 1111UOIUAI: flll 111 IUW' III'
line at correct prices, and
ashe villi; a u vhk nsiiMBxrs.
ICE BATES FOR SEASON i890.
In qunntitlrs nut less thBn ant ton nt faetory '' If ' hundred.
In iiuantHirs tint less thun one hall' ton at factory &c.
ton noumls, 30 tickets, 10 pounds each fz.no
Hon 110 " 10 " 5 00
7110 " H an " " )
750 " 15 " 50 ' " 5"0
111(10 " 10 " lOO " " n.00
Tltki'ta In dollar pnckiiKf" and nnv unntitj- of Ice may be obtained from driver, and at
our otlice for cash or lleln ta.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
M'lal low price sale continues for another week. IMnsli
Wraps, Furs, Jackets and Illazers for
FALL AND WINTER WEAR
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
lrornnlrit WIhiIchuIc and Net nil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Hichmivr A Kent. iliiimtHtic and Steam 1 lor YVexttrn North Carolina.
kt cent. 011 liiniling twine and two tier
cent, on cotton ties. This, he said, was I ('il UHC W( KCW1 1 CVCPvf ll II1P' ill mil
luilgcl ick has issucil an or.lcr to 111, , ,i, wheat nnd the other in South ,1 Pi HOt-viwl liv nl.l.i nvi... n.olatfu
111arsl1aKI1r1vl111gl11n1tos111m11.nl jurors ...mli.u. 10 bin. I .n...i. II- s.ii.l H...t " ' ""I" " -""ii.M.n
V . . 1 . t . 1... .'...I I
I am ready to show you the new shapes in Kail Neckwear
in exiiisite and exclusive designs. Also now in stock the
new blocks iu hats fortheseasoninuVoumnirH,"Miller and
Dunhin shapes. A full lino of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in French ('all' Pa tent lioather, &c, &c, of the cele
brated make of Hathaway. tSoule and Ilarrinirton. AIv
$-UK) Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair war minted. F. E. MITCHELL,,
Men h Outfitter. 28 Fatton Ave.
LltWIS MAIllH'X, I'n-n
. I'. Mcl.Olfl, VI.M
I. It. HANK1N, Canhi.r.
tnc .Novcmhcr term 01 i"e ic.ierai , ,- ,,.mlt,it.lin tor the ....;.,u .....:.... V V....1.. . i x i . .. i
.11. t at Asheville to attend onlhiirsdav .. ... ,.,.,. .i,,.,' ,i,: i ,i,i I" " 1 " HHUiimu ,if i wik S llirucsi esi II IIIISIIUK'IHM II 11(1 War
not lie reiwaled during that time.
Loi. I lavnlson expressed Ins Ik-IicI that
(.rover Cleveland will nc t lie next presi
UlKSCTO.:-Lewis Maildui, M.J. Iltardrn. M.J. PnKH. 1. B. Rankin. J. B. Rar. I. B. Kctil
8. II. Keed. (iro. 8. Howell. C. M McLoud.
tin-bill instead 1. 1 1 uesilav the 4-tli, at
was at lirsl intended.
The V. M. C. A. will, on l-'ridav night
teiuler a reccition at their rooms on
I'attou avenue to all the voting men of
he citv. Those who wish to attend this
rccci'lion can obtain cards from the gen
cral secrctarv and all w ill lie welcome.
Trim tiraut uiidjas. Hill, colored were
U'lore acting Mavor Miller this morning,
harged with lighting. They were lineil
SI. "a' each. John Cinhcld, iliiiuk and
'lisordi-rly was sentenced to ten days
. : 1 1 1 .r i 1 1 1 ie n i 1 1 ul I'eter Moudav, drunk.
was lined &l.
dent of the I'mted States, and snid he
liiul alwnvs proved himself to he eonipe-
tent to attend to Ins public duties.
In sm-aking ot the House ot renresrntn-
lives, Col. Iiavidson referred to the elev
enth census, which, he snid, had been
rushed on and iniproiierlv taken in order
thai the present congress might make
rant every article sold over our counters. Low
prices to nil. The highest standard of goods.
late styles. Liberal terms, nnd a stock complete
is the bid we make for patronage.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
llrRainud May 1 at, 1HHH,
n'" C A P ITA L, 850,000. SURPLUS. S20.000
(Mate, County and City Depository.
Ladies desirous of having their Hats for Sunday must
t hi iitu ii iiiMirt iimtn.'nt itt ritmrrfiai(itirtl
districts. According to the census the rc- leave tlieil' OI'Uei'H ear V 111 the Week. IIS Unit ili'iuiH mmit iw I of nrr rent, nrranaiim will be o.M
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Dot. a General lUnklni, Bu.lnn... ntpniHt. rretivril. Kichanae bouiiht and .aid. Col.
Itction. made on all accranlblt HiinU. Tht SavinK Feature wilt rtceivt .iecial attention.
On all um in thl. department, drpixlttd (or four mi.ntns or lonirrr, Internal at the rnfe
onhlica.t states in the northwest hud
creased enough to give filtecn more mem- already Crowded W'itll OI'del'S.
ocrs, w nut cue ueuioeraiie niai.eN iu me
There will lie a musical service and or
.-an recital at Trmilv church, on Thurs-
l iv night, at eight o'clock. All who will
-ujoy and take part in such n service are
mvitcil. The usual collection will lie
akcii up. It is hoK'd if these services are
.veil attended they may Ik rcicalcil
It'ltie Ite-ri.Hril l'lian,
I let tic lliruard Chase will apirar iu
"I ncle's I'.-irling" at the draml oKra
iionsc -'ridav night. In siieaking of hci
in.l her company, the
livening News savs:
"I'iu-Ic's li.'irltng" as presetited last
light bv llcttie Heniiiid Chase and he
.vccllcnt eoiupaiiy at the ,ew oKra
louse, was one ot those pleasing and
li-au-eul conn-dies that apealcd to t lie
iimiiv sensibilities of the Kople without
ll.-ii. loi" tlieir Is'ller natures
Si-vi-ral sm-cial fcalurcs in the iKTlornr
nui- were wort hv of encores and tin
eompauy received hearty applause. The
"iugiug in the tirst act ot Mtsses Whitnev
.nil I'cail and Messrs. Colburl and Cas-
-idv was three limes encored. The tali
'can of the wrecked steamer and rcseui
I'ter the second act was a pretty iicce in
-t.igc woik .'in. I beartily applaudeil
In t tie- Kuril act Hie eliaraeter singing
.n.l recitations ot Lolburt caught the ail
iiciice lu lact throughout the ila
l-'iauk Colhurt as "1'ucle Hilly" proved a
most acei. table character, as ilid also
olin Casi. s "All I. III.
The whole comedy, characters and
tngc settings were good I lie tilav is
ol puns, real live ones, ullil hikes, and
Keeps tlie audience amused all the while
Miss C liiise, the star ol the coined v
i pleasing actress, golden haired, line fig
ire anil dimming qualities. Her bum
1 1 laying and singing was much admired
I he song "I n- and I rouble til the llouse-
n.. 1. 1 was a hit.
('.wyn .V West's sale ot lots at Andrews
took place yesterday. It was a great
access, ami l.u lots were sold lor about
s,mmi. The purchasers were ehielly
iroui v. nerokee ami tne ndioiuittg coun
ties, lint some were Irom other portions
i me Millie, oiooiiii: was Biiiriieu ano
aveiv. i-.. ii. unvis. ol Asneville. was
I'p wards of
FOUR THOUSAND HATS
isintcial attention aiven to loan, on real tatatt, which will be plaecd for Ions time on real
I aonablc tcrma.
south hud not increased in population in
t way to ctlccl the representation.
In coiKiiisuiti the siienker said : I tin
lersland that the ollice ot the collector
it mttrnal revenue will lie moved to
Asheville. If this is done n trilie will lie
t in m il loose here to help elect liwnrt
nc mum wnra, nun ncip Lniwiom wiiui.. . . . . . ,
uir moral support. I do not think there I 1 1 iuiiin-i n i-iui uii n
Iflll Ilia t-IkllKta ttl lt(llir till.. tt.fl. I
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Hintv. ol 1 .a! Ml tl we work linrd." HI WfTV rt'HIHf T. HUHIHMI
Mr. (W'fi. K. Mni'i'M. Iii'iiirer nl t lir IIiiv I
wmmmI county alliance, was called on lor Wltll tniUO. OUT l'llll1 IIVOH JUKI lllll 111 I 111 M
ii tnlLc nl'fnr Citl. Diiviilunn niiii'liiflrrl. Hi-1
Chatiuiiooga .-nmIeil in short siwtvh in which he liteilCSS ailll COlirtesy to all. whether IHII'cllllSCl'H Ol' Hot
, , simke verv highlv ol Crawford mid ex-
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. in.
On Saturday, the Suvlnn Department will btnptatlll A p.m.
Inn 1 illy
and the linest collect ion ol trimimngs to select from. Onlv
nere. atisiaction guaran
with customers, prcsset
our course, ro-
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
I1, WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTKRED on the Premise.
iirrssid a Indict that he will lie elected.
Mr. Itoggs siHike against class legislation
and the tendency of the tew to get rich at
the exiwnse ol the masses. I his he said
would ruin the coiintrv. "1 believe n
revolution is near at hand if we work
hard," he said in conclusion. "We should
elect a democratic president nnd redeem
I lie union bv good ami laitntul work.
Alter Mr. Hoggs (unshed, it wns moved
and carried that the committee on pub-
lie sieakiug unit entertainment lie in
structed to select sieakera for each meet
ing ol the eluu.
It was decided to change the night for
Hireling Irom I uesilav to hrulay.aiKI tlie
next niicling will lie rriday night nt the
The following names of new members
were handed iu Inst night :
I. II. Intesules. K. II. (denn, I. T.
Xnhnrs, W. K. Young. J. II. C..I-. W. (1.
Wilkius, Ii. II. Mastin, ('.. A. Shad. id, W.
A. Havis, John Magic, . I. sumption, J,
W. SK'ars, M. Ii. Kolierts, John lliinn,
loliu Noell, oe Kvmer.J. II. lirooks, Jus.
Index to New AdrniHemenlH.
l.nsT Thia IIHiit.
I'.iiM, This i mice.
ll'KMA llot-.K lli-llie lirrnnrd Chnst.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (Joods, Millinery and Carpets.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stove and Tinware. JUST RECEIVED.
A Chilli's lint. Cnnbrhil.ini Tht Cltlarn I
omiT iv pnying tor una advertisement.
n Kiimlny. KtiUrmlitr 2N. aomtwhtrt l-
twitn the I'rt.liytiTilin church nnd went
llnvwiio'l atrttt a amn'1 old K(ld tirta.t Jin
with illnmond att. with nnr uuld ..in Thr
lindi-r will ht rrwardrd liv Iravlna lh .am
hi una timet.
pvT'That Little lewel lamn is on sale.
verv low at the Crvstal I'ldace.
41 I'attou avenue.
iu hini:hh noticivN.
Moiiifllilntr F.nllrely New,
The Little Jewel Lamn. made of nickel.
hall the size ol an orilmarv lamn. Inn
ives more light. ou arc sure to huv
me on sight. At Law's, on South Main
treet. Agents wanted.
liKAM) OPKilA HOUSE.
PLUMBING, CAS AND STEAM FiniNO, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PA I NTH and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL HIE ItH FOR I'AMILV
ATTHMPTliK Ml IC'llll-:.
I.ee HorrelH Trlea to 1'iit hii i;nil to
Ijx Sorrels, n young bartender, about
Uf vcars of age attempted to commit
suicide this morning,
nuoui in o chick, nc slepiK'd into
Hampton : IViitlicrstnn's saloon, on
North Main street, nnd nsked foraglnss
oi wiucr, it was nirmsiieil him, and he
proiiueeo an ounce imttleof laudanum,
ami emptying the poison into thc water.
ilrnnk the mixture. He was asked w hv
neoin n, nun replied Hint he did not care
ii it Kineii mm.
horrels went upstairs to his room in
i lie same iiuililing and I,. Lancaster, i
bartender in the saloon, went for n nl...
nieinn. Dr. J. C. 11. Justice wns found and
administered an emetic, which eai.Hcrl
vomiting, nnd the must of the poison was
discharged from thc stomach ir. justice
tnea to get tne pntieiittotakeiomemore
of the emetic, but the latter would not
no it. lie saul lie wanted to die, Dr.
lustiec says tne poison was siillicient to
have killed the mnn if prompt action had
not oeen tiiKcn,
oorms nns wen on n spree lor tome
time nnd it is supposed that this was the
cnuse of the net. He hns worked nt n
number of .uloous in Asheville, Hampton
& Fenthcrston's being the Inst. Hesccnis
determined to kill himself if he possibly
can, nnd so expressed himself to some
To Insure change of udvertiscments
A Had Hiillroud Wreck
cciirrcd several days ago on one ol on'
mist important trunk lines. Xolmdi
hurt but nil the baggage except the
miner-1 ray iruiiKS wns smashed up,
ouy one. noiu ov oeiiiers, Alaile hv II
W. Koiiudtree t ilros., Richmond, Vn.
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in by 10 o'clock it. m.
Tl... .1 . . , .. .
kt- . in a in si nines ever exiniiiied in
our city will Ik' (lisnlnyed Oetolxr V nnd
I at the L rvslal Talaif.
Tii.mi W. Thrash & Co.
41 I'atton avenue
si'ii.'Kldlt. fiulcr dram! Opera House.
IsiX, Mr. r. K. Mclntyre, who is well
Known lor Ills suiKTior workinnii.liii.
and Mr. C. Ii. Moody, who sells the very
Is-st brands of Cortland cement, hnve na
socialcd tlumselves to make n siecinlty
of laying concrete sidewalks nnd nrc pre-
iM.n-o ii. mm- couiraeis io no sueli work
in the Very best manner. Ollice ,'IU I'nt-
toil avenue, lelephonc 4(1 mill 7,1.
A Mew Mo lid Io HIIhsi.
If you are wise nnd wish to ln-comc
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Koiier King or tvlectrie Light flour; lw
ii. unv iiie Asaevilie ivillllllU LlltlllmilVl
Hour is not only the licst but thcchcuticst.
l"Look out for thc oticninir ilnvs fin.
toner -'anti a nt the Crvstal I'aliu-e. Vn..
are sure to lie pleased.
1 II AH W. Tiinasii & Co.
Under C.rnnd ()ierii House.
FRIDAY ANO SATURDAY EVENINGS,
IICTIIHKR ,d 4111.
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE,
Supi iirtrd lit a I'lnt Cnmimny of liramntitl
nrokim. nn.l inr I'amuu. ta M.IIKN I.ATn
Ui l ll I I K. in litr l.alrat, Btat
and lirtuttal I'lat,
A Romance of Alnaku, liy Chaa. W. Chaar.
"Truo Irltnds, like Ivy tllnxlni to tht wall,
niimn m.it iiy ai.ie, or unin tiKtthtr full."
Kix-i-lnl Merntrr fur Thrtt Hnilrt ana!
Tht I'.rtnt Hh4t,M.r..i a.M.Mi
Tht Wnnilrrful let I'.lnrltr Kitnt. wlthllrand-
i.t iinni.naM-i aurora itortalla.
Prices), . f i.oo, ;s,oaiid m.
ntaia on .nit at J I". Hawvtr'.. in Patton
A flvt room rottnvt. nlrvtv fiirnLhil itm-
inr.iiTri ear lint ; a ll-UKnttlll Wlnltr I.H.a-
nun. n ill rrnt lor al munlha. .niilr at
37 I'KKNCH IIKOAII AVliUl'B.
Twn.thlrda Intrrrat In a Rood psyln hual
itaa in Ashtvillt, S4..IIIHI cash rtqnlrrd
Ariilrraa "M '
stitU7iltf Cart Citlatn fllncc.
Dr. B. F. Arrinton,
OWH'OM rfUdi DKNTIIT.
AND IIOTKL I'HK.
Uuaranteed Io be Uartn Proof.
ALL HIZK8 KKPT IN MTIiCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. K. MOODY,
Twtnty-avt year, ol practical tiptricnct. enmhlntd with rssaoN.L atttntlna to all dt
taHa of tht bualntaa and ptrftet arrannrmtnta far clk.nlinkm and piihitv ol all oo.l
manularturtd. tnahlr tht proprietor to pmnl to hia numrrou. patron, a .nnrrior elaa. o(
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and alltht varloa. Itator. of 8HAWATKK rtady for .hipmrnt and dtliTtrrH
t In City limit.. Out of town ordrrn mnat have sarnNaiai.t rtfrrtniT.
C. H. CAWPnKH.
BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE;
In the New and Vrowlng Mountain Rcsiort,
iNenr Asheville. X. IV. n.ul foli,....,,. .1, i'.....i...i.a. . '
--- " v H hi null 1)111 bVWUC.
VourrhuliT in" any lot In thr plot f..r flun. Vou att n Warrnnlr IK-nl
n. J.' 'firSn ' V." " mi," '"r '"". w "h " " "'l-s mtai-hid' t,?h eou
anv nnnJ'no Jia'iLX:." """" '" 'Uh Vni""tni
II.itki.ht au-.mk-,,ii now. 1
Uvuk,"';i..;ji ;" "
Z??",'"n" """""I '"J three years Irom ihHr .Intranil nrrtranafrral.lt.
Jl lEawi.. 1' ! mv.I,'f"r. v"uri.h"u''or " '"Hutlfu ililinK I..I ; von
"7. .1 "" . k ,n '"'""I: " h. vt Hint vtnra to do ao in" to,, .-an
OTIS A. MILLER.
Take Train Out hI 9.10 A. M.-Vurc as Cenl-Or Drive Hih S Mllea
.-nn... n. . i.i.in.n, vilv A;rnl, 'JH Tutton AC.
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mllca (toulb of Anhcvlllc. on the A. a . m.0.11 .
New hotel., new enttajrta, ntw furnlturt, beautiful arovta.ntai k..i. J . .
oodllrtry. -.-.. ..
48 MINERAL SPRINPtQ
White Hulphur, Alum. Mnnntala, Iron nnd llnaom. Thoae aUkl.. hT.i.h 1-a
Jtleetweletywl.l not fall to vl.lt thl. pl,...nt rt.ort and drink of lu ntaun, wattrV
I Tllt1A ta at au n al dial
OITlcc No. 30 ration Avenue.
TIlLUI'lliiNII Nil. 4(1.
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahevllle, N. C.
ear Paawenger Depot.
Varil and Warthouat ntar IwihiI. Ttlt-
1 VISIT THAT HILL INTEREST VOI
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
auu tmaidl IU Mil BID (IB f)( ITft Id
Door, HNMh, Blind, Moulding., Stairwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds) of Bulidino m.i.ri.i
iiiaru wood Lumber Wnrk
not ldtv Ttlrnhnn. M.
GRAND OPENING OF FINE POTTERY AND GLASS AT THE
Hold, silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Comlil-
nntlon Moulillnu.. Alao Room Mouldlnn.
I'leturra Mntted, Mounted nnd Hrnmtd at
lowtat prliT. and work nuarnnteed. llngraT
Inga, PalntiiiKS and Local View, alwayi on
J S. Main St., AahcTlUe.
apr IS d
I'tllina- tttth a .ntrialtv. alan tra.ln rfu.
tnati. Riinia, and all illat.M'. mrtainlni' to
inc urnini aimi'iiirt. iimre ruoma on I'at
ton nvtnut. over Mavaor Ht amlih'.
Purnlahrd house to rrnt, TH Rallry atrttt.
m IT'S Mil WAIIItPC REED
CRYSTAL PALACE 'wWlW.
aaaa m M aM4 aV MmU We deliver to all ...ti. of ih. hi. m.. -.!...... u '
Thursday and Fridav. Oct. 1 .! i. ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
iin iiiircnnKPti in iew 1 oik hv. aip iiii-iimIi Art.....,u,k'u at iisaa.
(lolayin thefmffht.onluHtm(lnMV(Miiiloii(li'(l2.-)li(.avv 1 H K K() N A W 7 A W
nrilill.t.na flll.ul .I'lf 1. 1... ..I..! a. .1 I . . . I tin I.KADIFIn 9
y. ' ..i "I'lu. iiiittij n inn i in; 1 llull'imi. 1111(1 lUU'Hrj HT VCHOl
jiiii: nii.wru-(i i wttt;r.v, iiuiriri, IU(()H, lillH, We lUVllOW
ImH.v with four Hnrks unloadinir tlimn
for th (liHplay. More yet to come. We will have in atihort
un e one oi iMimon 8 lawHt improved Talking DoIIk, and
Addrta. B(IX "J."
Aahtvlllt, N. C.
will notify you on its arrival to come and noe it, Hiieciallv
4" lira I l 1 lv.t n.l AiUhaH fax " "
hiu Kivin-o uitu uitiiui "!! in uur
we HtM-uml a ounntitv of tho IJttlo .Iwnl T.nninu fi III 1.1 4siut
tiling oui, Douffiii mm-x, irom lactory, and our price hoIIh
iu n t hiiiu. iu in nnw on ?xniuiTion.
JuHt what AHheville needwl nnntlmr fhi
h - . ... -aa aa.v HVWI V J (J n
ere. The lartreMt stock, the mt(Ht dimimis Inro-ouf .,..a
complttily furnlahtd and equlpptd i tinulaltt nt ulni-L-u n,4 (." ! ii
vitw tittnalvt urouml.i two frtah Irrary I'' ' u K"uini5ii;. V llll VITIHI-ll L V lOrilTtMl.
"n&'nJ!!?'l!!$lJ$ Help us and we will Hoon reach t.hfi climny. tin tint rnm.t
!i:Krn,r.,r;.nr We are always glad to welcome you.
ue-ni ii, . wiDicrmintncr, Aanrriw I JVUrlLHTCIil Ull V
cpUhllm P. O. LUCK BOX 689. L .
TIIAU W. TIIRASII & CO.,
41 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera House.
WINE . AND .. LIQUOR
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
4. "s.o. Anx. w...r. NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
FOR BALK BV.
RulHirhafl fvslrlrar. nn mlt frnm Mtm M.
Mrrrtmnn iivctitic roBtl, hanrtiiunilv 'and
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY.
Asheville. N. C. p. G. iw
Dealer. In Wall Paper, WlndowBl,,de,.ndp.ten,IU
Bujr Llndacjr'a Oulde Book
tow. N. C. Price as eta.
Palat..OI. and Varalalm. Manry-i Mi.td Paint, and Color..
Pmcb and America
W. kMp la stock It. LoaUaad Ktataeky Uad.
Window Olaaa, hot. JK