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AST1EYILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1890.
MEETING OF MEMBERS.
MONTHLY BUHINRH MEETING
OP THE V. M. C. A.
Report from the varlouw Coin
tultteea of Hie Anaoclallon Au
Interesting AddreH on "Muu
oera" by H. U. Child Kefreal
menu served by the Ladle,
The monthly business meeting of tl
members of the Yuune Men's Christin
Association was held at the rooms of the
association last night. Reports from tin
various committees were read uiid show
that the work is increasing in Asheville.
The report of the uieinliersltip commit
tivihnuri that the association, which
has been in its rooms but a little tmire
than ten months has 33 members. The
be. , department tins 3 members, uuik
ing a to id of 3117.
The committee on relijjious meetinijs
reported that there hud been un overawe
atteudunee of 62 nt the Sunday ui'ler-
Boon uiid 17 at the Thursday nijjlit meet
ings. The committee on j.iil iiii-clinKi-
reported an average uttendunce of 'JO at
The invitation committee s repot
shows that MOO invitations to the Sun
day afternoon meetings have Imxii ili
tri l)u ted on the streets and in publ
places. One humlnd church inviiaiioiis
have been left at the various hotels by
the church committee
The boarding house register has been
revised anil twenty-two lioariling house
have been nut on the list.
Alter the business of the evening was
finished. Mr. II. I. Child delivered
short address on "Manners." His lull.
was well prepared and treated the sill
iect in a very interesting way. Mr. Child
( uo ted Ivtuerson's iktitiiliou of the word
"1 he soul wliuli animates nature is not
Icsssigniticmillv published in ligine, move
ment and gestureof animated bodiesihaii
in the last vehicle, ol aUKiilaled scccl
This silent and subtle laiiguaue is not
what but how. Manners are the happy
wav of doinu lliiiius.
"This strikes me as n most happv deri
nition," said the speaker. " I'liere is n
good and a bad way of doing everything
and 'manners are the happy way ol doing
Muni's.' We sneak ot muni manners a-n
bad manners, but there is really no suel
comparison. Manners arc like grammar
A sentence is either grammatical or it
not. So had maimers, so-called are only
a lack ot maimers
"There is something Uccr and mor
enduring than the mere outwaril
prcsioti of manners The genuine nut tin
must prompt the manners ami acts tin
they may lie gemutieaiKl that lluy nay Ik
tell. 1 nougli m. my can tlisxt miilc 111
genuine article tiie ialse ring will aln ay
prove the ccunlci tell
"Mnnuers are like the oil the cugimei
uses on his engine lubricating the coin
pncutccl mechanism ot lite and ctialiliu
us to rub and jostle against men of ot he
minds and modes ol hie without diction
"Manners are like oiirelotlus. for win i
well dressed we leel at ease in tile eon.
puny ol well dressed jcuplc, and an il
mnnnered xtsoii hmls nothing eougtiiin
in the company ol lln.se who lull. ivi
Mr. Child spoke of the iiiistitn.ilil'
value ot manners to men of all proles
ioiis and partieulaily to the young ma,
entering upon lite.
In closing. Mi . Child said: "i.i not
keep your manners lor the outside world
for thosv whom von look to lor rctvard
or profit, turning oulv the oarK. rougi
side ot your nature to your families. 1'iu
enilcavor to preserve the sameeourteoiis
cordial manner with all: he a gentleman
hi all tunes.
Alter Mr. Child concluded rcutslmicuis
were served hy the ladies.
a There Any One Here Thai
Knows Vuu ?
SwBiwnnon ; IJ. Iiiukelspiel, . Dink
elspiel, Louisville; las. Caup, N. V.; I'. I..
Hallow, Huston;!-'. V. I'linnost. Van
Wert, J.;Jiis. II. Wei ne and wile. J no II.
Charleton, Kiehmond; S. M. Kiev, jr..
Liuon, h. C; Hai ry I home. I'liiladel
phia;J. I.. Kted, ritisburgli. I 'a.
Cm nd Centra' : R. F. Cobb, Hickory:
Sum C'ampsc, Norfolk, Va.; W. W. String,
field, Wnynesvillc; II. H. Lake. H.J.Lake,
N. C; W. W. Jidiuson, Knoxville; A. M,
Marshall, Hickory; L. L.I-'orce.Aiigusiu,
G.i;J. I. Lowrv. I. K. lusiicc. li. S
Warliek, N.C.; J. S. Ia. Uimivilk-. S. C'.;
K. I'. Fain, I'igeon Kiver; (i. W. Faiinn.
.V . Joyce, Chattunoogu ; K. M
Stevens, N. C; J no. Jackson, lulil-n-iiiii.
Oka Kink : Albert Jumlxick, Haiti
more; Wm. II. Deming, did Fort; I. W.
Leach. New York ; E. V. Merrill, Omar
Clarke. Skowhegan, Me.; M. V. Kansoin.
V. S. S.; F. Loughran, Hickory, N. C; li.
G. Cotlin. Hryson City; Mis. T. H. Imi
gun und miuil, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. I Hi
gan, New Orleans; I. li. Lewis, llalli
more; (i. W. Cline. N.C.; R. L. rriimpost.
Memphis. Tenn.; W. (. Ford. Madison
county; U. V. Lodal, Knoxville.
At Ihe Oruiid To-nliilil.
At the Onind Opera House to-night
Milton Nobles nud his company will pro.
duce the btntiliful play entitled "Love
and Law." The piny is very popular,
and three limes in as many weeks has
Mr. Nobles had crowded t Ilea Ires against
the following eircuscompauirs: French's.
Melville's and Harnum & Hailey's. A
till greater proot of its popularity was
had in Knleigh Inst Saturday night, a
night very unpopular for theatre goers,
when the building was parked with the
wealth nnd fashion of the titv. notably
the lainily of the Governor of the State,
many lunics and gtntletuencheerlullv Ink
ing seals in the upxT tier us the lower
tiouse was all orcutaed. Love and Law
is one of the great dramatic successes ot
An Accident lo Linemen.
Glover Holliugsworth and A. C. Cole.
linemen working for the new electric light
company, met with o painful accident
yesterday. They were in the material
wagon at the junction of Merriinou ave,
nue ana norm .viain street and were
thrown out by a violent lurch of the
wagon, The wheel passed over Hulling,
worth's ankle and bruised it considera
bly and Cole was seriously cut about the
fnee and Back.
I'nreeast till 8. a. ThurHClav
Fnlr wt'Uiiirrt vurluule wlndM)
Mr. George Kandolph left to-day
Policeman Mcllowell, who has been
sick for some time is improving.
Cnpt. C. M. McLoud left to-day for
short business trip lo New York.
Kdwnrd II. Hunt has returned from u
trip to Molilalia und the northwest.
II. C. Wnddcll has returned from
New York trip. He has been absent sev
Marriage license has been issued to V
F. Monroe ami Miss l.elu Morris, both
ot this county.
Mr. V. G. Corpeuing, who is now in
liiiuvil in some work at Morganton, is m
the city today.
T. C. II. Dukes and I. H. Cain have
lieen appointed as admiiiistrators of the
Two drunks constituted the docket for
Mayor lllai ton this inoruiiig. I hey
were fined and $3,
The Grand Division of the Sons of Tent
leriuiee, emlitiicing the entire stale
meets here to-moi row.
About eighty hands are now at work
on the propel ly ot the Asheville I in k, II"
tel ami improvement company.
The huge roeks t lint have been taken
up Iroiu t in- street on north court siiiare
arc being used on ater sum.
There was mule a heavy frost in and
arounil Asheville t l is nioi niUL'. I lie ti
liacco crop is ne.iriy .ill cut and mil much
damage was done to it.
The furniture mid hxturcs of the lately
dissolved Asheville Club were sold .u jiiu-
tiou veslerdav al'einooii. K. It. llavis
was aiiclioueei and the prices were good.
Our old friend. Mr. I'eier Rav, for
merly on the Painot force, is in the city
hi a visit lo his mother, lie has hceii
located in Asheville tor some lime.
Mat Lynch, colored, was before lisii.
Suinnii y tliis morning charged with an
issaull on ihe childieii ot Horn .Mellow
Ml also colored. Mic was disinissee on
the payment ol cost,..
Mr. C. W. Ilr.'Wii -v ill lend the vouii;:
men's inc. ting at tl' Y. M C. A. to-nnn
row uighl. It will l.e a promise incet-
ig." The In in is o'clock and all men
re invited to lie pivsciit.
The Aslievillc s: reel railway loinpanv
is ha virg a ne..' teed wire put up on ill.
hcnvii si grudis of their line. When this
rk is liinhed i)ie .ill's will lie enabled
tocliiub i hi guides wit li nmreease.
I if. W. C ltroeni,.g. who is managing
the election ol ine ieuihvorih Inn has
cceived a i:uiiiIh r ot appbeatious for the
ml ol Ins uiaci.tlict nt hotel, which was
publi!ieil in I'm: Ci i i:x some time ao.
Miss Hester Kwner. ilaughter of Kr-
vi ti Kvnur. ol l-airvKW. onil ui ner
nonie e--t.Td.iy. 'fphonl lever was Ihe
inse'ot her death. She was L'n veils
!d. 1 lie iimeral oci ui re. I t ins aitei uooii.
A SCIENTIFIC COLLECTION
MR. VANDKRIIII.T TO HAVK
The Collection to Embrace Qeol-
Animal l.lfe A Valuable Affair,
Mr. i.eorge vnnderuilt will, among
other interesting features of his new es
tablishment at Biltmore, endeavor to
hnve complete collections representnti
ot the geology and mineralogy of the
tnte and its neighborhood, its vegetation
its animal lite, nnd the condition of its
ancient human inhabitants.
The opportunity for making this col
lection iust now is unusually good; be.
cause ol the extensive gradiugoierntions
that nre in progress and ot the opening
of tituirics nnd the moving of earth with
the plow at a greater depth than it has
commonly lieen removed ucretotore.
Mr. Yaiiderbilt wants this collection
because n record of past and present con
diiious will lie desirable, with a view to
a comparison with what may be found
here, i Hi r.
Specimens of rocks and minerals ol ev
cry distinctly marked t ie to be found
on the estate will tie nriscrveil. A wrtl
leu memorandum will accompany each
specimen, showing at what point,
whom, anil utnlcr what circumstances, it
bus been obtained, this memorandum be
ing siilliciently definite to lie available in
tie compilation ol n geological map of
the estate, on w bich map, among other
i hiues, the position, dip and trend of
each leilcc will In- shown.
Ml Indian implements nud relics are to
be collected and it any Indian mounds,
on viug grounds or important deposits
ot relies should ne loiinii, tlicy are lo lie
left iiinljstiirhrd until mi expert can be
iiainiouid to direct the excavation.
A complete collection of such flowering
plants tiueludiiiu grasses and sedges)
native and introduced, as were on the
urotuids before red ill operations upon it
vi'l lie secured as soon as uracil
The intended planting operations
uid the new ways ol Healing the land to
be adopied will produce a rapid change
in the vigctntion, anil in years to come,
means of eomiiariug the existing flora
w ith thai which shall then lie lound. will
lie of iivat value.
In addition to Herbarium collections,
here w ill lie a siKeiid collection illustra
live ol t ne wooily growth ol the region
1 Ins will include sevltoi.sot triiuka show
bark, gram ol wood, etc., illustra
tions o i he value ui the wood in various
tonus, rude ami limshed.
A collection is also to lie nrnlc of the
mse'i't- ol the estate and ot the land ant-
iii.ds I dr. Is. reputes and nioluses
Iton.1', Iiiiukv iohI lianu'Ks tltirse sU veurs
,lil w i'.i -ci cheap. Ai. 'lv
o.ti.Miai1 nr. cii.i.i::i! ST.
an i t: 1 1 in ' i:t
. liirn'-hcd ll.uisr in AslirvWr. tail Irssthsn
'r n li. t ut tin,
:i N.irili Mien street
i.. registrar lor lite
at his otlicc on Saiur.
.in to s 3o n'eloek in
-vllo ca.iuol Ik I here
ppoi'tiiiipy lo regis'
A. T. Suiuiiu v. b
esl ward, will Is
lay t vi imiil; Ir -in 7
It r to -.lee those
hiring liie day an
At ihe meet ne: ot t Ik I. tecum lonicht
Kcv l. . ,e;n aid isexoecled to d,
Iyer Hie oi-inii.c ,if,n -s on the eonsis-
cnev f l ,ie 1'iiths ol i. iu-e w ilh tilose
t tine religion The hour lor uueliug is
.III. I he ul d iv are invited.
There came near living a lire ill the oi l
louden laiil.tnig at the corner ol South
Main and 1: igie sire, tsl.ist night, .ilioul
s o'clock smoke was seen eoiuiug frou
t he upiH'i store ami Iwo attempts were
iiaile Iroiu two luxes to turn mil toe
ilarm. tun the apparatus would not
work. I ne smoke continued tor somi
tune 'and at last durl nut. It issiinposcil
that rats and matches were the cause ol
Ir. lillllard'M Itenth.
.. li. ti. wrues I IIH litii;x to pay
this tribute to Dr. Ililliaid's imtnory:
"No one in our midst was more lie
lovid. more respieted and tstteiued limn
I he social inlliicncc ol his lite is in
lehlilv slauiied in the hearts ot his
rieitds. hat n solemn ul i v aeeonina
led the h' arse to I he Inn ml crouml l
hat good man. Was il not our nssncia
lions.' Was it not nur warm attachment
Hid relet em es lo lormer scenes and nsso.
laltons with him.' He has Idled his
mission, his lite work has ended anil 'by
the way ot the cms, the irrnrr ami Hu
skies lies our path to the company ol
nir s.iiuien iieao.
rourt-H or HeitlHlrntlon.
The total rc'isiraliou in the two wards
the city at 3 o'clock to da v w.is l.'I'.'.l.
fhe east ward hook showed iilM nanus,
"II w bite nud 2 W colored. In the west
nrd the iiuinlier is "li", .l.'Hl white and
1 1 1 colored.
At the mass meeting held at Oak
rove and which nominated Mr. V. C.
lirinklrs. tor the state senate, a s unto
,1 exicnlivc coinnulUT was nppoinled
nisisiiiig oi ,. i. I oreinan. W. S. I-orc
man and II. It. Mdcs.
The Daily Cltlaen.
In always alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its people.
, If .the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
la read by a grenter number of tieople
than riy other secular paper in the
It always filled with the choicest rend
' ing matter of the day,
Boarding bouses fill their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citiibn.
Newa, and all the news, makes the Cit
' dekn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made A great
auccrti withoat advertising. Try the
Crriuic. , .
An advertisement In tl Citiikn pays
tnt advertiser an hundred-fold.
iI'ni.si:hm n i ici:h.
Fall C'leiirliiK Male.
See large "ml." Greater bargains than
ever iH'lore. Now is the time to lav in
good siock ol crockery. class and silver
ware at a low price. Law's south Main
Dor"Mis Nillie La narhe hasmovi-rl her
dressmaking establishment Irnin Iter
store on Mam street to the corner ol Ha
Icy street and I'attou Ave., where it will
lie In charge ol Miss liih.i lltggs. Mod
istc, ot Itiiltimore. M'iss La Hut-be hny.
ing lound it necessary to enlarge her
space in her store lor her strmlilv in,
creasing millinery business. New goods
oi uic uucsi styles utwuys in stock.
t.Mr. P. K. Mclntvrc, who is well
known for his superior workmaiishii
and Mr. C. li. Moody, who sells the very
t.est nrmais oi roriiann cement, hnve as
sociated llunisclvcs to make a siecialty
oi laying concrete sidewalks and nre lire.
pared to take contracts lo do such work
in the very Ik-si manner. Office ,'10 Put-
ton il veil ue, telephone 40 nnd 73.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol on1
most important trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but all the baggage except the
Koller-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Iluv on?. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II.
W, Koundtrre St tiros,, Kiehmond, Vn.
To insure eltnnue of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
he handed in by 10 o'clock a, m.
Index to Mew Advartlaemoiita.
Pns Hals Bos 971.
Cos Hunt c P. Rht.
Pns at. 80 Collect street
W an mo to ksnt B. Cnffla,
Bins WAtiTsii oo. a Powrll.
AuMiNisraATus's Notics UukM a Cala.
li'n, 'k llore it' o,l f.'i rnl.ns r drlvlns.
Sold .t: -I. p il oirt- Horn tunit Viil v to
mil.-. ,l:if V. O. H"l S7.
I'll - un-:. r.iit',eil linvinii ndndnlsterrd on
i lie I'.i.iir .1 I nius e'nr..ii. ,'ee',l, h nrliv no
lav a 1 tK foil 'ui .n eniuns iiK,'iin-t the en
lite to pre-.nt the siiuir uilhitl twclvr
in,, ill. ,r. in this itnle, ur this n. iti.e will lr
:,'e,i e.l n liar ol tlicr iavtuent Persons
tn.Ul, cl to tin- el.it. will plr-isc eunie for
t r,l mill iluike settlement lorlllwitll.
T C II i.l'KKH.
.1 II CAIN'.
shcvtir. '1.11, I Mm Ailm'rs.
,,el I., dot Weil
IHS WAN I -:
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
Any other Concern !
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not Iris than one ton at factory
In quantities not less than one hslf ton ut factory
300 pounds, 30 tickets, 10 pounds each
(loo ,, eo " 10 " "
700 " ifH " an ' "
Tso " lfi " no ' "
1000 ' 10 " loo " "
Thi8 week we puHh the gatew ajar and inundate the
market with vulueH hitherto unknown. Our assortment
complete, our utock unbroken. Lively timeH anticipatec
this v'k at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
PreoaratioiiH made accordingly. Keen your eye on this
n a i j j
space, iwery weeK nas iew Auraciions.
New SilkH, New )vem GoodH, New LaceH, New Jackets
UHters and Blazers, New Handkerchiefs, New Flannels and
New Millinery for this week's rush.
All our goods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means .'13 per cent, less than goods
can be bought at present. We preceded .Mr. Mckinley,
ns well as competition, on our purchases, hence Great
Bargains can be offered. Our foresight saved for our pat
rons at least
on our present stock. No advance hen? on account of
Number 11 deserves your patronage; it already has
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 here to select from. Our
mammoth store room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
$1.2. kids this week at 75 cents. Remember the place
the House of Bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
No, (ii Patton Avenue,
ry (ioorin, Millinery nnd ('arjKH.
I fMioaittH will Ik- nvtivrd hy thr unitrr
tit!' v i uniil . nYliK'k tiHTiihittt fin Monday.
' u i J. :ti ', inr ihr up iiiiiii nt ahoui ll.nc
'iirHnii.iM'iMi:i int laniH ui uic Anvviut-
l."jifi i tittrmtiiMi anil Ininrovrtiirnt ruin-
i;in,m ilu-not i h it' rn intrt ol tlu-city uf
.iit-viNc. 7H-iiimi- iii'ii nrr w nn ten iur cm
Tt inr rxc-natiiiK iliri.itml lor ricnvH'tiiR
i" h i nr iirut-r uii'Ttiwi'ion una tiK-cini-a
tionti un lv tu ttir u ilcri jtiril
mU.V.l C.t.it. S I'iiWKI.L, I'nt.
A 1,it Wntch. on Smith Mnn trrtt. Ap
piy m j. .ii. .ii.i', Af,iiM k.
nt 1 1 :t il.'it 4 X. Ct.urt Hi urn re.
Hit il Iiiik i-iiiHi'lnir MiirKH-rtl InntrumenU.
iiix-ifii n-wnru 'or M-tnrii ot nn to
oc ll-Ul hK.J.A lit KKiH';H8.
Thivc uti'iintUlu! roontN for lltf'tt houc
kci'pitm .l.'t ruit n nvriiuc. ih-HhIIw
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trnnnctl'.n Kunfantrrtl.
Kchiiltiv Iniortniit'oD ihcrrfnlly furnished.
Acciilrtit Iiutirnnt'C tMurtJ.
XV. 31. CLARKE,
f'srnnd Centmt Hotel.
lit no vl
TO AI.L POINTS.
I'nilmstl llt'ftfts hauKlit, tuldanil rsrhnnjecd.
ll trHiisnctions Kllrnntml.
C. F. RAV,
fitM..IU Hwsananus Hutcl.
.Street Car Schedule.
ll.Klunlns nt T a. m. Rndlna 10.00 p.
Car Iravrs Siure fur all points on th.
hemr. nnd twrntjr and forty mlnutts thrrc
Hrhriliik rnrs eunnwt st Nruarr.
Trsla car anil bsssanc car mrt cvrr
trnln. One vntls allowed rack pswKiisir,
Hsaiinac transferred from all points la the
cty for iYnts
TH B AMIIKVII.LR HTRKKT RV. CO,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ON 12 NIOMT ONtY
WcdneHtlay. Oct 15
Mftnnvrr Hnwyrr tnttm pleitanrrln unnntinc
ihh inc n'Nt nniwnrnntt nrr oi inrawiin
Knlhrd Actor and t'lavwtitfht,
la Milton Noble's Powerful Drama,
LOVE AND LAW.
Company of Ilsiicrltnced rlnycrai Snperb
A aucceas from Ocean to Oeean t
An falls Properties and
UalUl.lU Toilets 1
A OR EAT PUY I
SUPERBLY ACTED I
1.00, 75, 50 as.
That is what nil the lailit. of taste hare
.claimed oa visiting the
Uvrry ihlnit new nnd the very latent drsljrnt
In French and Herman China. Britbrac
and Art Potter from all countrie.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
of Rqhcmlan Olasawant and Japanese Art
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
..Or. per hundred.
Ticket. In dollar packaKea nnd nnv quantity of Ire may be obtained from drivers and at
our office for vaah ur tickrta.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
IJEST ANTHRACITE COAL
l'or nnlv nt Wholonlc and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
BxL'ttitfve Affems I limnetic and Bteam) for Weatcru North CaroHna.
I nni road.y to hIiow you the new shapes in Fall Neckwear
in exquisite mid extdiiKive desiiins. Also now in stock the
new blocks in hats for the season in " Youmiin's." Miller and
I'unlnp Riuines. A lull ln of Men s Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in I rench Calf Patent Leather, &c, &c, of the cele
brated make of llnthaway. Soule and Harrington. Mv
$'.00 Shot for Men is a dnndy and hard to beat. Every
pair warrraiui. r. k.. jni ia,H,av.i,
Alen h uuttltter. 28 Patton Ave.
LUWI8 MADllt X. l-res
I., i: MvLoru, Vln.n.
. U. kANKIN. Cu'hirr.
LMuacrossi-Lewis Maddnx, M.J. Deardra. M. I. Pnuir. I. B. Rankin. I. R. B. i. it bi
S. H. Keril. Oi-o. 8 Powell, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Uraaiilird Mar 1st, 1HKS.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS. $20,000
(state. County and City Depository.
Uoes a lieneraJ Hanklna Husfnen. Ih-.it. rrcrired. Bschansr boueht and said. Co,
lections made on all si'ceaalhle point.. The Haying Feature will reorire special ottentlnn.
On all auui. in t Ilia denartnirnt, deposited tor four m.mtli. or longer, interest at the.
ot 4 per cent, per nnnum will be paid.
Special attention aircu to loan, oa real eataU. which wilt be placed tot long Mm on rent
Open from 9 a. m. to a p. m. On Baturriars the Bavinu Department will neapentill A p,.i.,,
inn I ft ly
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street. .
All 'WATER THOROl'GHLV FILTERED on the PremlaciK
Twenty-five rears of practical experience, combined with rassoNAi. attention to all at.
taila of the hnaines. and pertect arranKemrnU far cliunlimbxs and ptrnrrr of aa aooda
annfactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a rapesior rfaM o,
Vichy nnd Seltzer Water in Siphons
Ginger Ale aad aJIthe vartona davors nf ROiAWATBR rea.ly for .hipment and drhrercM
Irre la City llmlu. . Out of town orders must hare ss.rosusLa reference.
C. H. CAM PRKI.I.,
On the A. & H. Railroad, Elftrht IHllea Mouth of Aatievlll
and Adjolnliig: Vanderbllt Park.
NOTHING LIKE IT
haa erer been area la Asheville. Then ear
prices: well, thev are so low they are pro
nounced A RBVBLATION.
a ale line of the celebrated Rsger's Bllver
Plated Ware, which, like our entire etork,
waa nought from first hande, aad yon will
le aatoaiahed to and how low w are sell.
Let It not be fn rgntten that wecarry. a.M
from anythlag in fancy Pottery aad Ulnaa-
warc, a asost magnificent line of
Houm Fnrnlahlna; Goods,
which wt will aot attempt to Itesslse, aa It
would require column.
our lamp department I. the targeat aad
prices the lowest ever area la A.hevllle. Ask
to see the little jewel. The ladl. all aay that
iney anve never arn aura a eiocs in aane
vlllc. Come and ac ua; rou are always wel
come u yoa oniy come to looa,
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
A one horsr phwlnn and harncse rheap.
One new Village Cart: also top Buggy, used
hut three week.. Will be solo tareedlngly
cnenp. wan oa oraonrvae
II. H. PATTKItaxiN.
oct I S d.1t Cor. Illlliride and lla.t at..
Twenty head of horses and mules. Apply
nt It M. Ueavera house, acroas county Iroa
A hcpital trained auras deaires a altuatloa
at one, las gtvs neat or rrferneea AO
dns. M. r.U.SUSDI.
Dr. B. F. Arlington,
I'llllng teeth a specialty, aleo treating dls
eaard gum., and all dlaraaes pertaining to
th dental atructara. OSes mom oa pat
ton aveatM, oyer Majaor a Smith's drug
Oold, liver, Ivary, Oak, Oilt aad Combi-
aaUoa Mosldlagn, Ann Roost Mouldings.
Picture Matted, Mounted aad Piaand at
lowest price aad work gnaraateed. Kngrav
lags. Palatlag. aad Loeal View, always oa
m S. Main BUf ABhrvllle.
Bny Undaey'a Cnldo
toWaN.C tic M CtaV.
Stoves and Tinware.
P1UMBINQ, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL alZBa FOB FAMILY
AND HOTBL USB,
OsutrantaxNl la tM Gertn Proof.
ALL BIXBB KBPT IN BTOCk.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. Es MOODY,
Offlcc No. 30 Patton Avenue.
If ynu are tonkins: for a place fur a home or nn invcalmcnl
why don't you arr about
Ths hNt mltMOal sa.at atM la. a a- .
C ni.lv i?r 111 in,n11 01 onyiof w ny not
j a t sikns will aft, II II (Bnu BU HAI IU'. B .
OTIS A. MILLER, Pa.Pa.BT...
Take Train Onl at 9.10 A. M. Faro as Ccnla Or Drive outta Miles).
I'KBD KCTI BIIB, City Agent, aa Patton Av.
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klgbt MIleB South of Asheville, on the A. S. Railroad.
New hotels, dew cottages, new furniture, beautiful grove., neat tesnla and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
WhIU Bulphnr. Alum. Magnesia, Iron nnd Kpaom. Those acckiag health and plen.ure and
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant reaort and drink of Its healing waters.
ABhcvlllc, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
..nvnaciurers ana ueaiers la all Blads or Pii mil
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work n Mnpoinitv.
Telepboiie Mo. ae),
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the dly onr own Bottling Bawort Bear at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
..' 'tlmeT THTB aT.bWpIS0 .Pa?.M " '
THK LRADINU '
V WINE.'. AND . LIQUOR .'..STORE
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. 4. BBo,.nT, n...r. I NO. S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
FOR SALB BV
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
TBLBPHUNB NO. 40.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangem,
Pahsts, Ml aad Varnlaaaa. Maaarr'a Mlsed PaJata aad Colors.
Preach and Aawrlraa
W saip la nock tt. Louis sad Kcatnckf Uad.
Window Olaas, hots
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