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AN ELOQUENT SPEECH!
HON. R. B. I.K!IJ. OF WIN
HTON, IN ASHKVIU.K.
lie Mpeaka to an KntlmalaaHc
crowd at the Court Mou. The
TarllT Law uiacuaaed The
Hon. K. B. Glenn of Winston addressed
a large nnd enthusiastic crowd of citizens
at the court house Inst night.
The speaker was introduced by Reuben
Mr. Glenn said thnt he was a life-long
democrat und that was the reason he
was present. He said he whs working
for the democratic party and urged ull
factions of the pnrty to stand tonether
und tight the common enemy and showed
that the democratic party and the al
liance nun agreed in every particular on
the subjects of the Tariff, Silver, National
Banks and Education.
He ulso showed that the republican
uurtv was pledged to oppose every ob
ject of the democratic party and the far
Mr. Gleuu referred to thepromiseof the
republican party to protect the farming
interest ol the country and showed by a
leltct fnim J. G. B'aine that the McKin
lev bill gave no help to the larmers.
The discussion ol the tariff was strong
and its iniquitous effect on the farming
classes was shown in a novel and inter
esting manner. Mr. Glenn said thnt it
was high time to stop protecting the
infant manufactory, which had grown so
old and had such u strong voice that
whenever it was stopied it could lie
hear crv Irom the Atlantic to the Fu
cilic, and that all the manufactories had
uriiwii rich on the work una toil and sui
leiing of their employers. He stated
that wages had lieen reduced in several
cities since the passage of the McKinley
Mr. Glenn showed that the present tar
iff law discriminates against the farmers
ot the southern states in thnt the binding
tw ine of the larmers of the northwest
was substantially tree while cotton bag
ging was heavily taxed, and that cotton
lies were increased Irom ,,u 10 i iu pci
Jle also showed that the tariff law dis
criminated against the poor in favor ol
the rich, m that woollen shawlsare taxed
nn kt cent, and camci nnir snnwis iui
the rich are luxed but 50 iwr cent ; the ul-
p.iea dress for the poor is taxed at till
per cent, while velvets nnu siiks un
placed at iio per cent,
la this riu lit ?" asked the sneaker. "1
so." he said, "vote the republican tickei
and il it is nut. Uuu vote the dctnocrntk
Mr. Glenn said that the republicans had
proutisid to pass the Blair bill, but hail
killed it never again to lie nrougni 10 nu
ns "it sleeps the sleep Unit knows m
He also said that thi v had promised tt
rid the country ol revemiers, deputy mar
shals and lorekeeiers and gangers, bul
that I lev had had the iiresiilciil. the sen
ate and tin- house, but had done nothing
on tins matter and that the democrats.
in the Mills bill, made an criort to repea
the oppressive Icaliircs of the internal
revenue hiw but that the republicans hud
lUlraied this bill. He said that Mr. Uw
n rt had voted lor the amendment to the
Mi Kinley bill giving the revenue officer
the auihontv to demand ot every man to
w hum, w hen nnd w here he had sold ev
ery pound ot his tobacco, and if the far
mer could not tell lit was subject toSoiu;
line ami imprisonment.
He rclcrred to the force bill as "the
most daiiiu.ible bill ever inlioduced into
a legiidntive assembly."
Alter the sjieakiiig large numbers
crowded around Mr. Glenn and gavi
him u cordial hnudsluike
HON. II. A. Ut DUKR,
i Vt'onlH of PrnlHc for An AHhevllle
The Wilson Mirror Sicaki ns followsof
lion. II. A. Guilger, ol this city, who is
now engaged in making political Secbcs
in the eastern part of the state:
Hon. II. A. Gudger, of Ashcvillc, ad
dressed a delighted audience in the court
house on Friday night on the issue ot
the day, anil miide a strong and ableand
thrilling and impressive and eloquent mid
glowing and fervid sin-cell, full ol democ
racy, lull of tire, full ol riicst wisdom,
full of Ust advice, full of soundest sense
and full ol purest patriotism. It made a
line impression iimn ull our people and
all agree that it was u most capital and
admirable sureeh, and will do much good
for the cause ot democracy. It will do
good Ihiuiisc it was a strong nnd unan
swerable arraignment of the rndicnl par
ty, and brought nut its crimes with fine
effect. He was bold nnd aggressive, an 1
stormed the vulnerable points of radical
ism with n sweep ol accusation which
could not be stayed or resisted. With his
Serch entrenched as it was in the solid,
granitic ground work of rock conted
Hu ts, and blistering with the guns of hit
thundering maledictions, he made a
grand, valiant light for the cause of hon
est v nnd reform, nnd left a record which
will lie wreathed with sweetest flowers
The Milton Noblea Company.
Kohrrl l.nird Collier, writing in the
Kansas City Times, say of Milton No
bles, who npieurs here to-morrow night
at the Grand:
On Friday nnd Saturday evenings the
oiern house rontnined very large and
fashionable nudirnces, who were highly
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Nobles in
the former's drama called "Love and
Law." The play is a remarkably clever
one. 1 lie language is very origin ana
alwnvi clean, while the situations are in
tensely dramatic, nnd developed with
consummate skill. Mr. Nobles is a com
edian in the truest sense, 1 1 is effects arc
reached most naturally, and he hits the
incrrv twii klimt eye thnt made Wynd
ham's reputation and fortune. He is
supported by a strong and well balanced
company, and the entire performance
moves with clock-work precision. The
play and company proved a most de
W, C. Mprlnklra Nominated.
The mass meeting of Buncombe and
Mndison held at Ouk Grove, In thiscoun
tv Saturday nominated V. C. Stirlnklei
lor the state senate. Mr. Sprinkles it
also the republican nominee for the senate.
The ItNliy CIMacfi.
Is always alive to the Interests ol
Ashevdle and its people.
It the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater number of people
than my other secular paper in the
It always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day,
Boarding houses fill their rooms by ad
vrrtisins in the ClTlMN.
Newt, and all the newt, make the Crr-
izhm seneral favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
toccni without advertising. Try the
Aa advertisement In the CtrtlRN payt
the advertiser an bundrwMOM.
Forecaat till 8 a. m. Weclnentlny
Fair weulUeri cooler i westerly
Rev. Turvis Buxton has returned from
the central part of the state.
A new floor of marble tiling is being
nut down in the ollice of the Battery
The north side of court square is to be
naved. Work was begun there this
Mr. E. R. West, of the Battery Park
news stand, has gone to Kinston for a
Two cases of drunk anil disorderly
were fined 5 each in the mayor's court
Kinnk O'Onnncll. who has lieen visit
ing friends in Ireland for several months
is expected home this week.
Miss Annie Moore, of the city schools,
. . . . . i . j it 1 1 i
is quite SKK at. tne Home oi i roi. i. i.
Lluxton on lliuwtissee rince.
The handsome silverware for Strauss'
new restaurant has arrived and is on ex
hibition in the window ol l-icld sjeweirv
Mr. Will C. Frank and Mr. W. A. Mi
Cnnlcss left this morning to nttcml the
Piedmont Imposition, now being held in
Marriage license was today issued t.
. F. Stroup, aged 2S ami Charlotte 11
Stroup, aged 15. both of Swaiiuiinoa
J. B. Ilostic leaves to-morrow tor
Slielbv with his familv. Mis iiiaiily will
remain there and Mr. Ilostic will go to
New York for a lew days.
The wife of 1. S. Ball died at her home
on liast street, in north Asheville yester
day afternoon. The interment was at
Beavcrdam church this afternoon.
Mrs. Z. B. Vance has closed her house
at "Gombroon" lor the winter She led
vestcrdnv for the east, accompanied by
her son Chas. N. Vance and his wife and
Capt. Z. B. Vance, jr., V. S. A.
A special session of the mayor's court
was held this morning. 0. F. Melcall.
for carrying a concealed weapon was
fined $10. Henry .Melntirc nnu i.iua
Davis, for nn affray were $10 and S."
Mr. J. B. Hostic is having a brick build
iug erected on North Main street. ailoin
ing C. S. Cooper's building. It will hnv
Iwo stories and n basement ami willcost
about S.'t.iMiu. Mr. Bostie cxiects to
have il completed by January 1.
The nights for the evening educational
classes in ieiimansliiii and lunik-keeping
at the Y. M. C. A. have U-cn changed
from Mondays and Fridays. All those
desiring to enter these classes should Ik
at the rooms to'iiiKht at H oVIock.
0. C. Bradv, of Louisville southern
passenger agent. IUI. Moses, i if C hn-ago,
traveling immigration agent, and W. 1:.
Powell, of Milwaukee, general iiinni
grntion agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Kail way were in Asheville
I'nitcd Stalis Senainr M W. Ransom
returned this morning from Huiusville.
where he spoke yesterday. He reports
the orosiiecls in the vomit v ol Yancey at-
very cncoiiragini; lor the entire demo
cratic ticket, lie kit oil the 2 o'clock
train for the easy to-day.
The old d welling oil the Vance property.
corner ol Sim lice and College stieets has
been torn down, in make room lor tut-
i . - ...
new church which the congregation ol
the First Baptist church will build. Work
on the new bud liiig will Isf commenced
at once and will lie pushed ns rapidly as
All nn-mlKTS of the Young Meu'i Chris
tian Association me rcqu slcdio attend
the mom ilv meeting at I lie rooms ol tne
ussocinlion to-night at N o'clock. Uriel
reports ol committees, a practical address
on ".Manners- ny .Mr. II. l. v. nun nun it
social time with tclreshineuls will tonsil
tute the program.
Malinger Sawyer says he is determined
that none but first class plays and oix'rn
com panic. shall come to the Grand ojiern
house this winter. lie intends lo m.iKi
for the house an enviable, repulaliou.
Mr. Suwyer also savs that any x-rsoiis
who make themselves oojectioiiaoie in
the theatre will lie elected.
Buckles, bolts, slides, rubber anil oxi
diced hair pins, at Whitlock's, corner
Fall Clearing Hale.
See large "ml." Greater bargains than
ever before. Now is the time At) lay in
a izood slock of crockery, glass and silver
ware at a low price. Law's south Main
All wool flannel, 5 inches wide, only
50 cents a yard, at Whitlock's, corner
A Had Kallroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol on
most imiKirtant trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but all the baggage except the
Kollcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
buy one. Sold hv dealers. Made bv II.
W. Koundtree llrot., Kienmono, vn.
TWe covers, tidies. Inmhciquint and
aprons, just received at Whitlock's, cor
ner linglc Block.
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in hv 10 n chick a. in
Ml. Mr. P. R. Mclntvre, who is well
known for hit siqierior workmanship,
nnd Mr. C. H. Moody, who sells the very
best brands of Portland cement, have as
sociated t Ik nimlvcs to innke n specialty
of laying concrete sidewalks and are pre
pared to take contracts to do such work
L ii.. .i ih.i m,iwi. Mir,.. fm Mut
ton avenue, telephone 40 and 7.1.
HT Itch nn human and horses nnd nil
animals cured in thirty minutes by Wool-
lord I Sanitary Lotion. This never lulls,
Sold bv Rnysor& Smith, druggists, Ashe
ville, N C. wtJ"n 1
Cnpctin fur nstrnknn and plush all
suet, nt WhitiocK t, corner i-.ngie nines
A New Road to nilaa.
If you are wise nnd wish to become
healthy nnrl wen I thy also, you will use
Roller Kin or F.lcctric Light flour ; lie
en jse tlie Asheville Milling Company's
(lour it not only the best but thcclicanctt.
Large stock of Germnntown nnd Shet
land woola just received at Whitlock's,
corner Bngle Block.
Indest to New AdvertlaementN.
Wantsii R. M Heaver.
Niitics W. T. Mrynnlils.
Kl'SIII-HAtt RsSTil'SAST HtratlSS.
Common Hua Talk "Ills- Kneket."
Mnsnnopanina Hustle llroa ft Wrlaht.
A one boras phittnn and harnrsa cheap.
Addrraa UIIOHOU OKliKNl.UK.
One w Vlllaae Carti also ton Dussy, used
but three weeks. Will lie sold tscecillngly
chtap, Call oa oradilrras
11. II. PATTRRaoN. .
oct 1 8 dat Cor. Hillside and Bast ats.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER
THE NINE HOUR SYSTEM.
TO OO INTO EFFECT TO-1WOH.
Tta Carpenter)' Union Adopta a
Reaolutlon to Have Thia Done
A Letter From sir. Demena, or the
The Carpenters' I'nion has for some
time had published a card to the effect
that the nine hour system would go into
effect in Asheville to-morrow. The union
at their meeting Inst night unanimously
ndopted a resolution thnt the members
of the union should work but nine hours
A number of the employers seen by Tint
Citizhx seem to be willing to have this
system go into eflcet here.
In May a move was made to have the
system adopted bin it was postponed
until October 15, The card published by
the Carpenters union says that an agree
ment to have the nine hour system adop
ted alter Octolicr 15 was made by the
employers and aceepted. Mr. Dcinens,
chairman of the employers, committee
writes the lollowing letter on this sud-
The committee appointed by the meet
ing of contractor! nnd builders of this
town met the rinrescntntives of labor
ami after it long consultation could not
reach any agreement whatever, me rep
rcscnlolives of the labor interest insisting
noon a nine hour workday at once. I, as
chairman of the committee, notified the
1'hairm.inof the builders' meeting, Mr. J.
A Teniienl to thatched, home two or
three weeks afterwards mysell and all
other mcmliernf the committee met pri-
vatelv three representatives ol the labor
ers, and in a private talk it was sug
gested to work ten hours till inn, wain
the davs will become too short for them
to work nine hours. No definite date was
settled upon, und the question of pay
was lelt to regulate itself, and no agree
ment was reached, as it had to be rati
tied bv the resiective bodies. I notified
the chaiiman of t le meeting twice about
the willingness of the men to enter into
such nil agreement, but he evidently dill
not consider it uilvisaiue lo can nnoiuer
meeting of the employers, and there the
matter rests to-day. I state positively
that no ncrccmenl of nnv kind w.ismndc
and that everybody is to settle the ques
tion for himself.
So fur as 1 am concerned, in my works.
I I l' to slate that as soon as it will Ik
too dark to work ten hours I will work
nine aim retain the present pay; in other
winds, will nnv lor ten hours und worn
only nine. I will do it ns an rxcrimcnl
during this winter, nnd il the sharp com-tH-tion
a nil extremely low nriccs which
exist at present in tliiscitv for all kinds
I building material and work win anon
mc to continue my business without loss.
1 will make it iermancut. If I diall find
that it is impossible to do so, I will stuti
ti. me men the condition of things and
they "will be able to judge lor themselves.
1. A. I'KAIH.NS.
Centeineri uloves ill Suede Mosqnitiiircs
and dressed kid received io-nay ai an
lock's, corner liagle block. l-1.
A NT KM.
Twvnt.v heml of Imrws nml ii.tiltn Applv
I H M.'lKaviT'ii limine, ncron county iron
In uI: r
Sinte of NttrthCarnllna. Nttmoinltc count v.
Sin t rior court. MccvmiMT term, imm
N. Murroimh, pluiuwiT, UKinil Jennie Mur-
Thf ik-ifiiiliuii iihovp nnnitd will take no
tier Owtt an iiction cu I it led n ntiovc h c
m- n ti.ninitiufil in the miiHTior cnurl of Hun
o.'iiit.f cottntr i otitniu a divorce I'oin the
the nmi''M of inn trimonv; nnu tne nuni ir
tViiiltuit will further tnkc notice, thnt hc in
re4uiml to itpieiir nt the next term 01 tm
iiiTrinr 1-onrl of Huiicotiiiir counly to lie
held on the hmt Monday in Mccemlier, I B90. at
the coun houne ot iiiu cunty in ahiicviiu
. IV. nnd mm rr or demur to the cow
plaint in mud action, or the plnintitV will ap
ply to t'ie coutt f- r the ri-Hcf d tnanded in
i nm me nnv oi i h-i oer. i
W T. KKVNtiM H. C. 8. C.
SUCCESS TOM EUROPEAN I
Stratum' European Hotel and
To Ik ojicticrt hjr the nrt of Niivemlier.
Tbis new hotel, with s Hue restaurant, will
be the i-rlile of Anherllle. The proprietor,
Mr. atriums, will lenve nothing undone to
make his holi-l one of the most pnpulnr.
Sauie will lie newly ftirniiihed, from parlorii
to every room in the h"U-e lie will also
have Kveisl illnlng roiinis, whrre, at any
tlin, the first of nyntcrs, game, fish anil
crnlis, In Tint. evrryihlnK will lie served by
hill nf tare thnt t'mots the Inner man. Mr.
St rnu tian aire dy hnll of the moms ra
gnKi-il. lie ! a very clever man anil tries to
pleiiNC his cuitomi-rs. Ills long espcriencc in
the rrnlnurnnt hutlnesa is surely a safe ur
nntcc, Mr. Htrauis liclng a great favorite
among most prominrnt httslnrss men. We
wiah good sneeesii to atrauM' Burniean,
oi-tmllw tn th sat
A Silver Watch, on Hnuth Main street. Ap
ply nt J. M. AI.IIXAMlUK.
uctl.1il.lt N. Court KUr.
Iln- il liSKi-.nlnlnlnasuraleal Intitr-uments.
A hlK-rnl rrwnril lor return of tame to
oe llrttf IlK.j. A lll'KKIII't'.HH.
Hlniil- sen Hi men will And eonifortalile
rotimn fur rent bark of Law's store. Nfoil--ril
eonvrnlences. Apiilv to
oetllilHl UKAKIlllN, KANKIN Ai CO.
Three unfurnUhi-d rooms for Hubl house,
keepina. yt.1 Patton avenue. octuillw"
A hn.pltnl trained nurse desires a situation
at once. Can give best of refer-ni-rs Ad
Irras M. P. O. IIIIX IUI.
A nicety furnished house, corner Mrrrlmns
avenue and Ctwstiul atrrrt. I'or terms ap
ply to II. S. WATSON.
oct.'ldtf Real B.lste Aitrnt.
TO ALE. POINTS.
Railroad tickets bought, sold and esehanard.
All transactions guaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Opttoslt. Rwannanna Hotel,
Street Car Schedule.
Bra-lnnlni at T a. ra. Boding 10.00 p. m
Car leaves aqusrs for all polau ea the
hoar, and twenty and forty mlnates there
after. Rchednlt ears connect at aquars.
Train car and baaaaa ear tnset avert
train. Oat valise allowed eaafc passtn.
Baaasjrc transferred from all points la the
city for as etata, .
THB ARHBV1LLI iTRBBT IV. CO.
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
This wt't'k wo push tho gnto njjir ami inumliito the
murket with viiIuoh liithfi'tt)
complete, our stork unbroken.
this week at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Preparations minle accordingly. Kwpyour eye on this
11 a j i A I .
space. Kvery wecu lias iew
New Silks. New Dress (lootls, New Laces, New Jackets.
Reefers and Mazer. New Handkerchiefs, New Flannelsand
New Millinery for this week's
All our goods bought before the initpiitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means
can he uougnr ar jireseiu.
as well ns competition, on
Bargains can be offered. Our
rons at least
on our present stock. No
Number 11 deserves your
it and will try to maintain it. Bargains always here at
your command. This is a great week for shoppers. Lots
of stuff at half value. No handful licit? to select from. Our
mammoth si ore room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
fl.2." kids this week at ?" cents- Remember the place
the House of Bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry Goods, Millinery and Carets.
Thnt in what nil the hi'llis of taste haye
eselaimed on vinillna the
I'vrrvthlnir new nml the very latcat dn-tcni
fn Prrhch ami ilornmn China. Hrii-lirac
nnd Art Pottery from all countrlcw.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
nf Bohemian G1nnwarc and Japanese Art
NOTHING LIKE IT
has erer been seen In Asheville. Then our
pri- es; well, thrv an so low they are pro
nounccd A KBVHLATION.
a nice line nf the crlrlirnted Roger's Rilver
llnted Ware, which, like our entire stork,
was bought from lirst hands, and yon will
he astonished to And how low wc arc sell
Let it not he forgotten that weearry, a-idc
from anything In Inncy Pottery and Clnss.
ware, a moat niaguifk-cnl line of
House Furnlahlnu (ioods,
which wc will not attempt to Itemlie, as It
would require columns
our lamp department Is the largest and
prices the lowest ever seen In Asheville Ask
lo see the little Jew el. The Indi s all say thnt
they have never seen s-ich a stock In Ashe
ville. Come and see us: iiu are always wel
come If yoa only come to look.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
illUHUillS si 111
SPECIAL LOW S RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trunsnetlims guaranteed.
Reliable Informat'oa cheerfully furnished.
Accident Insurance Issued. t
W. M. CLARKE,
Grand Central Hotel,
Dr. II. F. Arrlngton,
U'ROKON ftaf1 j DKNTIMT.
Plllfng teeth a specialty, also treating dis
eased gums, and all disease, pertaining to
the dental structure, time, rooms on rat
ton avenue, over Raysor fk Mmith'a drug
Two furnished rooms, No. BO llnlley at.
net? dtf O. L. MeUoSlAI.1)
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combl
natloa Mouldings. AlsoJIoom Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Moan ted and Framed at
lowest price, and work guaranteed. Hrigrav
lags, Paintings and laical Views always oa
a S. Main St.,
apr I d
Bujr Llnlaew, Onlde Book
toW.N.C Price 5d.
linktiown. Our aHsortiuont
Lively timcH initicipuieti
M.'l per cent, less than goods
hv .. 1 .j 1 1 t.":..i....
e pret-etifti ,ir, mi-M ,v,
our purchases, hence Great
foresight saved for our pat
advance here on account of
patronage: it already has
No. 11 Patton Avenue.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBINQ, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ftOOFWQ.
PAINTS and OIVH.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL RIZBR POR FAMILY
ANU IIOTBL HUB.
Unarairilccel to b urtH Proof.
ALL MIZR8 KBI'T IN T')Ck.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY.
OIBcc No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLRPHUNB NO. 40,
Yard and Warehouse near Depot. Tehv
- phone TS.
.US'W ' Ml.l.li Af
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
aoo pounds, .MO tickets, 10 pounds each
00 60 " 10 " "
700 11 1!N ' as
7so " m " so ' "
1O00 " 10 " loo " '
I M nilllMtllll-B lldE IL-MI IIIUD UllC Hull fcUH Ul iiuwii..ihih.
Tk-ki-ts in dollur piickngi-s and anv quantity
our office fur cash or tii-ki-ts.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Pur mile ut Wholesale nml Ketnil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
lixelusivc Aarnts i Dumciitte and Steam I lor Wc.lern North Carotina.
I am nwl.v to hIiow you tho
in oxquiw'tt' and exclusive dt'KigiiH. Also now in stock the
new blocks in huts for theseuMtn in "Youiuau'H." Miller and
Duiilap shapes. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in French Calf Patent Leather, &c, &c.f ot the cele
brated make of Hathaway. Soule and Harrington. My
!ji:l.00 Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair warrran ted.
Alen s uutntter.
LIIWIS MAUIH'X, i'na
L. I'. McLUtlM, Vice-I'rcs.
Disictoss:-Lewis Maildui, M.J. llenrdrn.
a. 11. Herd, tieo. a. I'owcn. l:. m.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
orgnniicd May 1st. JH8S.
titate. County auU
Does a rtencral Brnliinix Button. tKpotlt
lectioas oinHf oa all nccesaible points. Tbc
On all Mini, in tbis druartmrnt, deposited for
Of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
ISpecial nttt'iiiion given to loans on rrnl eatau,
son able term".
Open tnitn Ham. to 3 p. ra. On Haturriays the Hiivlntc lu-imrtmrnt will be open till A p.m.
Jan t illy
217 Haywood Street.
All, WATKR THOROI GHLV
Twenty-flve veara ot practical experience,
tails of the business and perfect arransementa
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale and alllthe various flavors of 8ll)A) ATBR ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits. Out of town orders must
On the A. Jfc H. Railroad, ICIlit Miles) South of AwhevlIIc
and AdjoinliiK Vanderbllt Park.
If you are looking i'or a place
why don't you see ubout
The best mineral water and In icrcat variety. Level lots.
frand views, itootl sociciv. If vnu think of buying why not
my NOW f Prices will K" up and no KAl'lhi.V.
ske Train Onl mi 9.16 A. M. Fare
AND COTTAGES, '
SKYLAND MINERAL. SPRINGS, N. C.
lUgtat Mile South of Anhcvlllc, on the A. A S. Railroad
New hotela, new cottages, new fnrnitnrc, beautiful rova,aeat Unnls aad croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Rulphur, Alum, Magnesia. Iron and Bpsom. ThoM seeking health and pleasure and
.elect society will not fail to Tislt this pleasaat resort and drink or Its healing waters
E. A. LeVENE,
aprs dtf manager.
Aabevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer, aad Dealers fa all kinds of DrcsMd
Door, Saah, Blind., Mouldlnica, Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nol4dtv Tclcfihouv Mo. a.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Its Purity.
Wc deliver to all purls of the city our owa Buttling Bioort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
THK I.F.ADINU -
V WINE AND LIQUOR STORE .
IN TH KMT ATI!.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
-FOR SALE BY..
Asheville. N. C.
Dealer In Wall raper. Window Shadeaand Patent Hauler,
Palata, Oltaaad VaraudM, Maaary'a Wised faints aad Colon. Viadow Olasa, botk
Prsaea aaM Aaiatleaa
Ws katp la stock M. Louis aad Kaataeky
. per hundred
, s oo
of lee may lie obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
new rihanes in Fall Neckwear
. K. KANKIN, CasllMr
M.J. Pang. J- B. Rniikln, J, li. Ray, J. B. Rn-d
,-i idved. bscbnum boaKtit ond told. Ci.
8avinj: Feature will rrlve tpectal attention.
lour uiootht or lonscr. Interest at the rc
whicb will lie placcd for Ions time oa real
FILTKRi;i on the Premises.
combined with fkkkohai. attention to ull d
for clkanlikkss and piikitv of all gooda
to hi numerous patrons a superior claaa ur
have asspossinLa rderrnce.
C. W. CAlvf RKI.I..
for a home or nn Investment
asC'enlaOr Drive Konlti Ml
City AaxhI. 28 Patton Ave.
Near Paatenffcr Depot.
& TILE COMPANY,
P..O. Box 426.
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