Newspaper Page Text
THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
THB WEEKLY MCtMSION HELD
A Jury on Extending; Academy
Street North Court Place May be
Paved City Lighting- Maeuaaesl
The weekly meeting of the board ot til
- dermen last nijjht was nut very eventful.
In the absence of Mayor Blanton, City
Clerk Miller presided and the aldermen
were all present.
EXTENSION OP ACADEMY STliKET.
A petition, signed by George S. 1'uwell,
J. E. Rankin, Kiehmoud IVinson and J.
S. Adnms, and uskinif the board to order
a jury on extending Aeiulemy street, I'roin
its present northwestern terminus to the
corporate limits, was presented. The
signers of the petition slated tliat the
work shall be done without expense to
the city. The mayor was authorized to
issue his writ for u jury on the proposed
extension, which is to lie 70 leet in width.
Mr. Powell told the board that the pres
ent Academy street, on which a jury had
onee been, would lie widened according
to the survey made.
sevi:h for lmikkty st.
Mr. J. II. Lee, in behalf of himself ami
other property owners on Liberty street
asked lor a line ol sewer on that street,
connectiuir with the Chestnut street line.
The length ol the line desired is SJD leel
Mr. Lee sain that tlie owners ol 1. 11
uroiiertv would pav lor the pipe und le
the Bum be credited on their taxes, 'flu
sewer committee was authorized to as
for bills tor the hue ol sewer and to report
at the next niccting.
WON'T HAVE TO WADE Ml'CH LONGER.
Mr. John Dulling, for the' residents ol
the west side ol Bailey street, asked tin
board to put down stepping stones so
that the people living there can reael
i'utton avenue without having to wade,
His request was granted and l lie suj n.r-
intenaent ol streets was auiliorucu
have the work done.
PAVING OF NORTH CiH'KT PLACE.
Mr. K. M. Furuiaii stated that the
owners of property on the north side ol
court ulace excepting Mr. YVoolscv
agent, bad ull been Men with rctircucc to
having the street in limit of their lut
paved und that each one was willing to
advance MOOIor the purpose. .Mr. K. K
Kawls will also advance SJiiu anil tin
money is to be credited on the taxes
tnose advancing it. Hie cost ol paving
tne street will approximate J. I, oimi urn;
the money advanced bv the owners ol
property 19 1,1i. .Mr. I iirmaii wn
instructed to have the propiisition inadt
in writing aim signed uy the owners o
THE PAVING SPECIFICATIONS,
Tliesubjcctot paving lliisstrcet hrougln
up the manner in which the paving I ha
has been finished was put down. Mr
Miller read the siieciiieatioiis ol the con
tract and alter discussion it mviik-iI to Ik
the opinion of the board that tuey m
not adiiered to strictly enougii.
TWENTY-FIVE CENT STKKI. r CAR IWRIi
The attention ol the board was eallei
to the fact that the Asheville street rail
way company was charging a tare
twenly-tive cents lor passengers on tin
midnight car and 11 waMatcd that the
was considerable complaint iiImmii it
1. mil recently tne laic oil tins ear war
nve cents, ijui since tne coiupauv was
granted permission to run the specia
buttery 1'ark ear and charge u twvim
hve cent fare on it the llattery I'ark ca:
has been put 011 the midnight riuinml tin
tare raised. 1 lie mailer will lie invesii-
cutcd and Mr. Miller was auihorizeii t
consult wilhCilv Altoruet' Colilialioul it
Alderman Wolle brought up llicMihjccl
01 cilv ligliliug am Mr. .Miller was in
structed to consult with the new eompa
ny on the matter to-day.
CJ RII STONES, ETC.
The matter of replacing some curb
stones that belonged to Mrs. T. I
Reynolds, and had been appropriated bv
tne city, was relerred to City Clerk Mil
hr Mr. A. K. (Igburii was grant id iier
mission to deliver Irnit trees, tor which
he is agent, on court sipiare.
III II.IIING permits.
The following building iwrniit were
granted: Jus. Frank, seven room Inline
house on Spruce street; J. F. Graves, two
story tramc house on Highland street
Mrs. Belle D. Jones, stable on tllaki
hills ordkrrii paid.
Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton's bill for
sewer work done on Cherrv street was
ordered to tic paid, with the reduction
made according to the city engineers
estimate. 1 he lull was Kill. so and tin
engineer estimated the work at Silo hi.
The electric light bill tor lor Sep.
tcmbcr was ordered paid.
THE COLORED V. M.C. A.
Trying to EMahllnh Headline
Many of the citizens tif Asheville are
watching with deep interest the efforts
now being made lor the moral, mental
and social improvements of the young
colored men of the city.
As announced in Tiik Citizen some
time ago, an association has been organ
ized for their lienefit by W. K. Stephens,
principal of the colored gr-ided schools,
From recent ennversntiot. with him, it
is learned that the enthusiasm ol the lirsl
meeting has been maintained, The meet
ings, held every Sunday afternoon in one
of the virions churelirs. arc well ntteiidrd
by both.ccs. A pnier in keeping with
wiui me mm ii mc iiBMiciiuion is renn
and short talks, inlrrsiierscd with plenty
of good singing, are made both by the
young men anil the young women. The
pastors also show their appreciation ol
the work by frequently attending these
. meetings and making addresses to the
The association is making strong ef
forts to secure permanent rooms where
good reading matter and other attrac
tions that will suiicrsede the baneful al
lurements of the haunts of vice may al
ways be available. At the present time,
in this city, there is no resort where a
young colored man may pass his even
ings and spare hours tree from harmful
associations, while on every side abound
dens where he is degraded, robbed and
Mr. Stephens and his associates are
showing much seal and enterprise in this
undertaking and are deserving ol encour
agement. There is no doubt thnt
many white citirens will be glad to help
them; it is to be hoped thnt the colored
people will continne to give this import
ant work their warmest support and
make a united effort to establish it upon
MTMimnaugh's millinery department
b doing a rushing business. They fur
nished the young Indies of the Asheville
female college yesterday and shinned MO
dosea trimmed hats to South Carolina. I
. -- 1 " I' " " I ASHEVILLIi AOVHKTISKMBXTS,
ADAiiKin TntiiM V. M. Tl. C:. I -
KorecaHt till 8 a. m. Sunday
Falrwealheriweslerly winds be.
coining variable 1 Hllgllt clianuea
B. D, Monroe has returned from a visit
The brick pnvement in front of the First
national bank is being put down to-day.
R. S, Bet hell, editor of the Greensboro
Patriot, is in town to-day, but leaves to
night. The Flower Mission will meet on Mon
day afternoon ut 5 o'clock in the rooms
of the . M. C. A.
There were two conversions at the re
vival meeting at the French Broud Bap
tist church last night.
Rev. W. A. Nelson returned this morn
ing trom VYudcshoro. The revival which
lie conducted at that place was very sue
ccsslul ; there were forty couycrts.
The remains of Jus. Ownby, who was
killed liv the train on the Murphy branch
ol the Western North Carolina railroad
Thursday night, were buried ut Pigeon
Miss F. A. Preterre, who lias charge
of the icleurapli ofhee at the Battery
I'ark hotel, left . yesterday for New York
and Washington. Siie will be ubsent
aboii' a month.
The Buncombe county Farmer's alii'
ance will meet in Asheville on the second
Friday ill October instead of the first
Friday as heretofore. Next Friday is the
day lor the meeting.
Tims. A. joiics left this afternoon for
Wilmington, where he and Miss Joseph
1 ue Mvers will be united ill marriage next
Ved11esday. Mr. Jones was accompli
anil by Ins tmtlucr, .Mr. II. .M. Jones.
lohn Baker, charged with being drunk
failed to apear in the mayor's court this
morning and lorleited . Dond unit ne
iiad put up. The case against Theo Rus-
sell, lor quarrelling ami using profane
ami vulgar language was continued.
The young men's railroad commission
,,'ltih.ni Biiiicomlie county, 'vnsorganized
111 this city yesterday, with S. K. Kepler
as president and N. Plumadore as secre
tary. The objects and platform of the
lull arc published in another column ol
o-day s ci riZEN.
L. A. Coulter, state secretary of the Y,
M. C. A. w ill deliver a gosiel address at
'.he rooms ol the association to-morrow
it "1 p. in. His subject is "The great
question." The address will lie preceded
I iv a sung service. All young men are
It has transpired that the cause of Mr.
11. li. hwart s severe sore throat wnn
Kept hint away Iroin the campaign for
1 luce da s t Ins week was a yearning de
s re to manipulate the alliance mass
meeting ut Ilendersoiiville so that it
night eudoise him. The meeting did
mil make any such endorsement.
From the church notices in to-day's
Citizen it will In' observed that Rev. G
' Rankin will close his pastorate with
the Central Methodist church to-morrow
light. His lust service will consist
one ol the delighlltil song services so
mich cuiiiu'd by the congregation ol
his church. The exercises to-morrow
utght will doubtless lie interesting.
We 'ire authorized to announce thnt
lr. Henry Carter, ol Asheville. will, il
. he crop justifies, erect a tobacco w are
muse iu Murphy to cot somewhere in
1 lie neighborhood of two thousand dol
lars, it s a pity Hint the people ot Mur
illy haven't got a little ot the go ahead
pint that has characterized mid mad
ilie iilius ot Asheville famous. Mur-
CHI Ki ll NUTICKS,
r.T Church III Anhevllle Hhould
lie Ki'preHVHtfd In Thin Lint.
Bailey street mission Sabbath school
it 4 p. in., gosiK'l services at 7.30 p. m.
liveryliody cordially invited to be pres
First Bapt:st church Sunday-school
11 !i::i0 a. 111. Preaching at 1 1 a. m. nnd
p. m., bv the pastor, W, A. Nelson.
Baptism at 7.43 p. 111.
Christian church Sunday school at
1.1 minutes to 10 o'clock, also service at
1 1 o'clock in the morning, and 8 o'clock
in the evening, preaching by V. H
Men vers of Madison, Indiana. .
Central Methodist church Sunday
school at 11. .it) .1. 111. Mcrvicc lollowcd liv
the sacrament ol the Lord's supiier at 11
m. A snug service will be given at n
p. 111. I his will be tne present pastor s
French Broad Baptist church Preach'
at 11 n. in. and N p. in., bv Rev. D. M
usiin, ol Monroe. N. C. Considern'
lile interest fas been manifested and the
ncetiiigs will probably continue during
First Presbyterian church Rev. YV. S,
I. Bryan pastor. Liivine worship to.
imrrow at 1 1 a. m. anils p. 111. Sabbath
school at '.I. .'HI u. m. Young people's
meeting at 7.13 p. in. Rev. A. Y. Miller,
1). D. LI.. I)., ot Charlotte, will preach in
Moiuelliliiic Entirely New.
The Little Jewel Lamp, made of nickel,
hall the sue ol an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. ou are sure to buy
me on sight. At Lnw s, on South Main
street. Agents wanted.
A Had Hnllroad Wreck
Kvurrcd several days ago on one ol oir
most miiKirtnnl trunk lines. Nnliorh
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Koller-Tray Trunks wns smashed up.
liny one. fwild bv dealers. Made hv H
W. Roiindlrec & ilros., Richmond, Va.
Ml. Mr. F. R. Melntvre. who is well
known for his superior workmanship.
and Mr. C. K. Moody, who sells the very
best brands of Portland cement, have as
sociated themselves to ninke a specialty
if laving concrete sidewalks nnd are ore-
pared to take citutracts to do such work
ntv'v very liest manner. Office 30 Pat
ton a ,'cnuc, telephone 40 nnd 73,
A Mew Road to Hllaa.
If vou are wise nnd wish to become
healthy and wealthy nlso, you will use
Roller King or hlcctrtc Light flour: he
rn ise the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only the nest nut tuechenncst.
A Uood Record.
Much of the hesitation, doubt and
dclav in taking out life insurance is due
to the slow payment of policies by some
poor nnd second class insurance com
panies nnd by their sometimes needlessly
contesting good policies. The following
record however made oy tne Kqultniile
Life Assurance society ought to satisfy
any who hesitate:
The nroois ol Mr. J. I. Partridge's
death which occurred September 'J'Jd,
were signed nnd sent to the company at
3 o'clock p. m. September 24; the check
lor the lull amount ot policy together
wittt all premiums paid on the policy,
$1,008.40, wns forwarded on the 26,
and on the 20 was received hr their
clever ogent, Mr. U. D. Monroe, and on
the same dav handed to Mrs. Purtringe.
A bunk draft could not have been collrc-
ted more promptly. Jonesboro Lender.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1890.
Crawford and Ewart to be Invited
to apeak Here Oct. 9.
The young men's demo. Tatic club met
at the court house last night with Presi
dent E. D. Carter in the chair. Alter the
reading of the minutes of the preceding
meeting the new members were called
for and the following names were en
rolled: M. W. Doggett, W. P. Blanton,
G. M. Williams, R. M. Furman, J. M.
Piatt, J. H. Lance, J. K. Whitesides, W.
M. Jurvis, W P. Pegrnm. T. F. Hunter,
N. A. Collins, Avery Carter, N L. Pen
land, J. B. Whitmorc, J. E. Hurst, R. P.
Whitt. E. A. Poe.
Mr. R. M. Furman moved that the
club invite Messrs. Crawford and Ew
art to hold a joint discussion at the
court house on the night of October 9,
and that a committee of twelve demo
crats lie appointed to go to Mills River,
at which place the candidates speak on
that day, and escort Mr. Crawford to
the city and thnt the hospitality of the
club be extended to him. This motion
was carried and Mr. Carter said he
would appoint n committee nt a subse
quent time and have the names published.
Mr. T. C. Starnes gave notice that all
democrats of the west ward were re
quested to meet at the court house to
night for the purpose of organizing a
young men's denvK-rntic club.
Mr. J. A. Lance wns requested to ad
dress the club, nnd responded in a short
sieech, upholding the principles of the
democratic party and criticising the re
Mr. Reuben MeBrnyer ninde a speech
alter Mr. Lance finished. He said now
is the wrong time to become a republican.
A republican of to-day is much
worse than the republican of
1S08, for they were then union
men nnd went into the party on princi
ple, but the mnn who goes in now has
ins eves open to ull the iniquitous and
sectional legislation of the past twenty
Mr. McBraver spoke of the democratic
state legislature and challenged thfworld
to show a single law made bv it that is
injurious to the farmer or laboring mnn.
He said that all the grievances of thesf'
classes were the result from national re
publican legislation. He urged all dem
crnts to pull together and make a strong
united effort to defeat the republicans.
la There Anv One Here
Sivannanofl ; D. B. Vaughn, Louis
ville; J. Schntt, Philadelphia; F. M.
vVliilclnrd, Cincinnati; Mrs. J. K. Hoyt,
Miss lloyt, Engadiiie.
Clen Ktick : P. II. Hnnelson, Rich
mond; C. W. Davis, Waterville, Mich.;
Mark Gnllest, Hochiwell, Mich.; T. B.
I'unnington, Fairfield, Mich.; I. M.
I lager, Richmond, Mich.; J. E. Barry,
Lisbon Falls, Mich.; L. F. Wrynn, Knox
ville; W. . Ellington, Raleigh; J. L.
Scales, Statesville: Mrs. A. W. Eckel and
child, Charleston; Euclyre Mcintosh.
Charleston; Missjcmiic Brnny, Coosnw.
S. C: L. A. Jarrett. Jarrctts; E.C. Dewy,
Cooiers: 7,. '. Aswult, Summit; . P.
Wnites, Va ; Mrs. E. R. Averv mid child,
Miss Joy Avery, Rock Hill, Si C.
('rnnil Central; AY '. . Savage, Knox-
ville ; E. A. Lessier, Spartanburg, S. C.
Rev. C. F. Williams, Fort Madison
Iowa; F. T. Sanford, Monroe, N.C.; Miss
Jennie Brncv, S. C; I. Lewis, Richmond
Va.; J. A. Deem, Salem, N C; R. S. Coop
er, Charlotte; m. Lvinc, Arucii, A,
C.;.Miss.M. Lviius, Skvl-inii; Ham. C
Lung, N. C. Lang, N. C; W. C. Hrittnin
C'ln ksvillv, Gn.; lien. E Boggs, Wavnes-
ville; KulusC. Lung, Wnvmsviiic; 1. s
Coleman, C. N. & L. R. K.; J. L. Arm'
strong, Luncsvillv, Ky.; John James,
Marshall; W. Y. Porter, Coopers; lico,
fctVThe rush nt Bostie Bros. & Wright's
is prool that low prices will tell
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
lie Handed 111 by 1U o clock a. m.
Index to New Advertlaenienta.
For nii This Office.
(ivstkks '.. M Miller.
lioARhisn 7H Iluilcy at.
Fiih Kknt t,. A. Farlniiolt.
Hon Kknt ok 8ai. Illskr at.
Nones .eo. 8 Powell, President.
iOK KBNT OR 8ALB.
Klffht-ronm house on Blske street.
Oct dm COK. ACAtlUM V At BLAKB.
OA KM SO.
A few nice lionrdrrt without child mi ca
oct d.'lt 71 BAIL.BY BT.
In PrrRhvtriHNfi church nn 3Nth Rrot.
tlrrimtDln Cnn be had bv Divine for this
a i inn urate, oci ou
Not. Rth. 93,000. on flnit-clasa Imnrovcd
rrni csiaic. muni Know immrataiciy. aq
oct d3f Cm Citlici
T e Aihevllle Loan. Cnnntrartlon and Im
pro Yemen t Comna ' will make a pd! cation
nt the neat rKulr meeting of the Hoard of
Aiticrmrn inr permimnn to duuci ana oper
ate a line of atreet rallray on Haywood and
Ai-aacmy aireein. ana on tne oroooara ea tea
man Ul A I
Olio. tt. POWBLL, PrctldeBt.
NKliR HEARD Of BEFQRB
AT - BALTIMORE - PRfCES I
RTANDAKim JI0 CTH. PER OT
r xceiient lor niVrVinK. ic.
SBLIiCTS 40CTH PRRQT.
crjr rmc itir oiewinKi rryinK. ei.
Bold from houae to houae through entire
city Hhlnraenta received dally Block al
Order left at No, T Jefferaon Drive, or aent
throuKh the mall will be drllvered promptly
to any part of the city. Addreaa ordrra by
mail IO u. M. MIL.LQH,
ocl-i dim Bom 447, City,
Dr. B F Arrington,
PIHInff trcth a aiiedaltv. also treatln rihv
eaaed Riima, and all dlaraaea prr tain tne to
tne uentai structure, otntt room nn pat-
ton avenue, over Kayaor Binlth'a druc
Oold, illter, Ivory, Oak, Ollt oad Combi-
oatloa Mooldlnss. Also Room Mosldlass.
Plctans Matted, Mounted sad Framed at
lowest prices and work (aarantsad. Batrar.
loas. Painting and Local Vlsws always oa
m S. Main 8t., AstaCTlUc.
a or IS d
But Llndacj'a OHldc Book
to W. M. C rrtc as ct.
THE NEW HOUSE LEADS.:
OF - NECESSITY - IT - MUST.
Implicit confidence must be accorded its nssertionsfor the
proofs. Overwhelming proofs daily catch the eye and pour
their irresistible attractions bejore the wondering multi
tude. Last week the people raved over our grand open
ing and we were the recipients of many nattering congrat
ulations of success at home and abroad. Many new ar
rivals which were too late for our opening now in, the spe
cial low price sale continues for another week. Plush
Wraps, Furs, Jackets and Blazers for
FALL AND WINTER WEAR
Just received. Upwards of six hundred garments to select
from. All late styles and direct from first hands. No hand
ful of stuff here. We are doing the business. The people
are tired of ten-cent stores. They patronize our house be
cause we keep everything in our line at correct prices, and
are served by able, experienced assistants. We guarantee
prices against New York's largest establishments and war
rant every article sold over our counters. Low uniform
prices to all. The highest standard, of goods. Correct
late styles. Liberal terms, and a stock complete. That
is the bid we make for patronage.
Ladies desirous of having their Hats for ' Sunday must
leave their orders early in the week, as that department is
already crowded with orders. Upwards of
FOUR THOUSAND HATS
and the finest collection of trimmings to select from. Only
the best trimmers employed here. Satisfaction guaran
teed in every respect. Rushed with customers, pressed
with trade. Our rule lives and illumines our course. Po
liteness and courtesy to all, whether purchasers or not.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (loods, Millinery nnd Cai'iM-ts.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.,
PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL tlZBa PUR FAMILY
AND HOTBL USB.
Ossrssttsd le ttm Ostrsa rroofc
ALL SUBS KBPT IN TOCK.
A VISIT THAT WILL INTEREST II.
GRAND OPENINQ OF FINE POTTERY AND CLASS AT THE
Thursday and Friday, Oct. ad and 3d.
All ,il,nnA,l Ir. Vn... Vn.l,
'in (Mil i inirnm in iicir iuis iiy iiir. 1 III IIMII. Aliem WCCK H
delay in the freights, on last Mondny we unloaded 25henvv
cases (many of which were original import packages) in our
opening room, filled with the choicest nnd latest styles of
nne imported rottery, umss. vases, Uolls, &c. W are now
llllHV tt'lth frinr flat-lra linlnnrlinir tlwui.. nnu..a !..... . .1
for the display. More yet to
time one of Kdisnn's Intent
will notify you on its arrival to come and nee it, siioeially
the ladies and children. In our
we secured n nnnnt.itv nf ihn
thing out, bought direct from factory, and our price Mis
it nt sight. It is now on exhibition.
Just wlint Anlinvill nravlnH snntlmn m.l.... a r.
here. The larga,tBt(ick, the latest designs, largest corps
of clerks (Indieg and gentlemen). Conveniently located.
Help us and we will soon reach the climax. Do not forget
the opening days. We are always glad to 'Welcome you.
41 l'attton Avenue,
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL
C. E. MOODY)
OflScc No. 30 Portion Avenue
TBLBPIIONB NO. 40.
Yard aad Warrbaaat Mar Dtpot. Trie
I... lf TI..-..L 111 I.I
come. We will have in a short
imtiPftvoH TnlL inir Hi.iiu
T.lttlo .Tawal 1 .nmr.a i,i., t......
THRASH & CO.,
undor Grand Opera Houso.
ICE RATES FOR
In qnantltlra not In. than one ton nt fni'tory 0c. per hundred.
In quantities not leiw than nnr hull' tun at factory nc. "
30(1 uoutldn, SO tickets, 10 ionnU each ta do
BOO B0 " 1 " " B OO
700 11 an " " " 8.00
780 " 18 80 " " 8 00
1000 " 10 " 100 " " 8.00
Ticket. In dollar pack n nil una unv (uunlit.v of Ice may be obtained from driver, and at
our office for ea.h or ticket..
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Kor nalc at Vk liolenale and Kctail by
ASHEVILLE ICE ANI COAL. COMPANY,
im Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxclimlvc Ajrenti Uomtstlc nnd Strain) lor Western North Carolina.
I am ready to show you the new shapes in Fall Neckwear
in exquisite and exclusive designs. Also now in stock the
new blocks in hats for the season in "Youmnu's." Miller and
Dunlap shapes. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in French Calf Patent Leather, &c, &c., of the cele
brated inuke of Hathaway. SJoule and Harrington. My
$,00 Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair wnrrranted. F. E. MITCHELL,
Men's Outfitter. 8 I'utton Ave.
LBWIS MADDUX, Pre. L. V. McLOl U, Vice-I'rc. I. It. RANKIN, Cnahlfr
DiaiCToas: Lewi. Maddux, M.I. Benrden, M.J. Pbkk. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, I, B. Reed
S. H. Keed. Geo. 8- Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK. -
CAPITAL. S50,000. SURPLUS.S20,(KKJ
(state, County and City Depository.
Doe. a General llankinir Ru.ineu. UcnoRitM received. KxchanKe DOURht and .old. Col
lection, made un all accca.llile olnt.. The Savinic Feature will receive .peclnl allcntiun.
Onall sum. in thi. department, deposited for four month, or lonicer. Interest at the rnu
Of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
(special attention iriven to loan, on real eitote. which will be placed for long time oa rea
Open from 8 a. m. to S p. m. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till p.n,.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All, 'WATER TUOROI VHLV FILTERED on tne PremUe.
Twenty-nve year, ol practical experience, combined with rskiNAL attention to all at
talliof the bu.inn. and perlcct arrancrmrnt. lor clkinlinsss and POklTV ol all cood.
manulactureil, enable the proprietor to prewnt to hi. numerou. patrons a .aperior claw ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Ginger Ale and allihe varinu. flavor. t 1)IA.VATEK ready for shipment ami rirHvere
free ia City limit. Oat of town order, nun have .rm.nai.B relervncv.
' C. W. CAIvlPHKI.I..
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED OOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
Iu the New and (.rowliiff Mountain Reaort,
(Near Asheville, X. C, ami ailjoiniiiK the Vnmlerhiit Estate.)
yn"rch.l of any lot in the plot fur nin. Vou avt a Wnrrnnty Dent
(tide iicrlectl nn a rcivtpt f..r lml. ith ten c,,uK,n. attached, each run.
Sny onni hotJliTsk'Xn"". " " "a'OCn, b"rd
HoTHI. HT ANU SIH-Hlltrn now. I
H.iTKi. MiiNsvcKKT-.nn now jKates from 30 to $40 per month
I'AVll.toN ll(il'K heintf built I
end ol three years your lot III lie wonh from saou to Sirno or
at 9.10 A. M. Fare
Take Train Onl
PRHIi RI TI HUGH. City
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
ElKbt miles Mouth of AhclMc, on the A. Jfc 8. Railroad.
New hotels, sew cottage., new furniture, beautiful STovea.ncat tennis and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Maaricrfa. Iron and llusom. Took seeking health and plea.nre and
select sockty will not fall to vi.it thi. pleasant resort aad drink of Its healing waters.
AaheTllle, N. C.
P. A, OEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
miKiinn anu iieaiers in ail kind, af Dressed
L. U M It E R,
Door, Hawh, Blinds, Mouldlnfcs, Htalrwork, Mantels, Rank
and Har Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work h Soeclultv.
""" v Telephone Mo. a. 1 ,
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Cclcbruted the World
... u an vn. oi me eiiy nar own iiottiing Bxnort ueer al
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
.iPSmir VhITtI Au,Mp."l!u.o"M',,", od ur"nt-
THK LKAniMfj '
V WINE AND
IN THE 8TATB.
FINK SAMPLE AND ItlLLIARD ROOM.
I. . MANui'Aairr, M'a-'r.
.....FOR SALE I1V'
Anhevllle, N. C. '
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window
Petal,, mi. aad Varal.aes.-'Maeary's Ulsed
W keep la ttoek . Lowkiaad Keataeky Uad.
Mny Int. iKMh,
as cenin or Drl
amfj aram I K OR.
' Drive Montn M Ilea.
Asent. 2M p.tton Ave.
Near Passenger Depot.
Over lor IU Purity.
12 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
& TILE COMPANY.
p. o. Box a6.
Paint, aad Colors. Wl.dow Olaaa. both
i t-nt r-i ma . i a su'.