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THE RAILWAY CHARTER.
AN ORniNANCK PAHHF.H ITH
The rut of some More tstreela
Aafced for by the AHhevllle Loaiii
Conatructlou and Improvement
Comoauy HroceedlintM or the
Board or Aldermen.
At the weekly ltieetitiR of the Hoard of
Aldermen Inst niniit an oriliimnee,
granting a charter to the Asheville I.onn,
Construction mid Improvement com
pany to build and operute u line of street
railway on Haywood and Academy
streets, the proposed extension of Acad
emy street, IVnlnnd street. Iliawussee
street, Flint street, Cherry street ami
Mulberry street, was introduced and
pusscd its first reading The charter
provides that the length of time for the
privileges to Ik- in force shall lie unlimited
and they shall not lie exclusive lifter ten
vniri. The coninanv shall commence
the construction of the line within six
months alter work is begun; the com
pany is to Rive notice of the acceptance
of the privileges within thirty days niter
thpv are L'r.tnted. Tell cents is the max
imum fare allowed by the charter. Mr.
(ico. S. I'ovte'l. president of tliecompany.
stated that they did not intend In run a
line oil ull of thi' suci-ls annuel, but that
they merelv wanted to have the pnvi
le;e, so as to be ubie to choose H routi
citv hai l nosns.
Citv Clerk Miller aiinouuced to the
hourd that he hail receiveil a communi
cation from the Louisville house to whicl
the eoiitra-'t lor priiiliuu the city Iml
bonds had been awarded, saying thai
the bonds would be printed at once.
I'AVIm; mi l..
The bill of (len. 1'. M. II. YotiiiK. fin
pavinK and excavating on south court
square, amouiuiiii; to $'J,L"J1 was pre
sented. Action on the bill was post
poned until the city Mutineer can verily
J. M. Alexander made application to
the board to have the city share the ex
pense of construeiiiii! n sewer line on liii-
premises on nuiui .Main strict, .r
Alexander staled that the citv nail
U-en granted a rijjlit of way lot
the sewer mam throuc.li his proerivaiii
that the construction of that line hai
cuused him a urent deal ot eiiieiise. Al
dermen McDowell ami l-'itzpatriek wen
appointed a eomiiiutieto consult witl
Mr. Alrxuudrr on the matter.
The matter of tin initliuuy ot the firt
alarm system was lir nibt up lor discus
sion. Clml ol I'- liic II iird was instruct
ted t sec that llic alarm was tested ev
SKWhR ON I Mil KTY ST.
It was ordered that Kelly and St radian
he authorized to build the line of sewei
on Liberty si reel liom Chestnut t.
llroad, foe which the tax tax-pavers art
to pay and have the amount taken out
ol their taxes.
.Mr. J. A. Tenrenl, who is to suHrvisi
the construction of the new citv hall. Mil
millet) n contract tor the woik to tin
Hoard. The contra -t allows linn s iei
cent, ol the cost ol the btiildiiiK lor ilouu.
Citizens on South Water street pre
seated a iwiition to huvc a sidewalk anil
electric litihl put on thut street. No ac
tion was taken.
Ktllv and Mrachan s bill for sewer
work on Orange street, nmouuliiu.' ti
$r7ii.-4, was piesented and ordered l
I. 0. Lindsev & S in were allowed $"
for cutting down and removint; the old
oak tree on .North .Mam at.
A crossing was ordi red to be put down
on French Hro.id Ave., near Max wood
nril.lllNr, I'hKMITS I'.HANTKIl.
I'. C. Melutirc. frame store, liuililinj:
IHixiHI. on Woodtiu street; K. M. John
son. ,H room house in rrosiH.it Park Av
enue: First Baptist Clmix-h, church build
inn and p.irsuimr, corner of Spruce and
Collruc Sis.; V. K. Itiardeu. addition to
dwclliiu.' on Ileiirden Ave.; ll. 1. Sultli
and . H. Hostic, seven four-room col-
tiiKes on Velvet street.
im There Anv One Here Thai
Know You r
Strinnmon: Adam Weber nnd wife
Mrs. K. II. Wi lier, Cincinnati; F. W
Purmont, Van Wert, ().; W. A. Trimble
. Manslii-lrl. (.: Thus. A. Cox, Ctillowhcr
W. H. Harrison, Louisville; W. A. Hood
Glen Rnck : A. M. ller mid wife.
Mnriou; E. F. Kncwann, i'liiladelphiu
Maj. Joseph Seidell Alabama; S. A. Co
pern, Knndolph, Mass.; W. C. Lawrence,
Boston: trcn. r. Ilavisaiul wile, russiue
N. J.; C.J. Harris, Dillalmro; ti. S. John-
Grand Central: II. C. Stubhs, Morrow
Ohio; Miss Lela tnloe, Ilillsboro; S. C
Welch, Wayncsville; Jno. A. Mi-Hcnry
Indiana; C. L. Wayland, Washington
W. II. Malone, N. C; Ins. M. Hvuiim
Wayncsville; W. A. linloe and wife, hills
horo; J. C. lohnson, Tenn.; 8. lv. Mills,
lenPKrefcrs, iaekris and clonks, for
misses and children, large stock, at Whit
one of Ihe f Incut."
We have heard many times this nnd
that was the l-inest on Larth. even
"nlnv" colled "The Finest on Knrtli,
but at lust we have found it. The In
mous Cincinnati. Hamilton anil llnyton
railroad is the finest in the world, run
ninft 48 passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, uavton, loieno,
Detroit, MicliiKiin, and Cannda poinls,
IntlianniHilis, Cuieaito ana the norm-
west, keoktik, Spriuufield, St. Louis,
Kansas City nnd the west. The finest
track and finest truins in the world, ves-
tibuled, heated by steam Iron it he eiiKine
lighted by electricity, and the finest din'
ing cor system in the world ; parlor cars
and tleeeping cars. When triveliuit ask
for ticket! via the C. II. Ac D. or write to
WM. A. WllKllNS,
Southern I'assenger Agent,
P. 0, Box 42(1, Chattanooiia, Tenn.
ptT"Large variety nf plaids nnd stripes
in cheap and hue qunlity, at w Hillock s,
corner Eagle block.
CREATES many a new buMtmm;
ENLARGES many an old bminete;
, REVIVES many m dull business,'
RESCUES many a hut busine;
SA VES manr a toiling bunincu;
FRESER VES many a large buelnem;
SECURES f Keren In any butineu.
To advtrtltt judiciounly, use the col
umn of" The Cltinn." Everybody read
1 it; and In propoithn to the return It
vielde advei Csrrs, ita rate art the cheap
ASITEYILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBSR 18, 1890.
KnrernMt III! 8. a. ill. Suliasu-
MArlh S'i.r..lll.M Mlllfllllv wflrmt-ri
aoulliwvHterl) wtuiM fair Weuili
er, Dr. I. C. II. lustice went to Fronklin
this niorniiif! on professional business.
Mr. lohn W. Stnrnes left this afternoon
for Black Mountain where he speaks to
day. J. R. ratterson, clerk of the criminal
court, is ill at Ins Home on Liuirioiie
Thos. A. lotus returned from a south
ern trip willi his bride, nee Myers, yes
The tire alarm Ih-II seems to be anxious
to make up lor lost time as it has struck
scveuil times to-day.
Snot. Mcllee is liaviiii" n telcuraiih line
constructed from the depot to his office
on south Main street.
11. C. Jones is in cliare of Sheriff Key-
llolils olllce wiiuc ine lancr i!i-m;iiK-w m
innkitiK the canvass ol the county.
Miss I.iiie Wilcox mid Miss Hclle Mi-
Miov. ol McAlioy's, N. C, are visiliHK
Mis. F. Sukelinlhcr on Cliurcll streii.
Hon. II. A. ('.inker, who has lieni
making democratic siwivhes in the easl
is exK-i leil home to day. He speaks at
llievaril 1 ucsil.iy.
M..rri.iL-e lict-nscs have been issued to
II. F. Burundi-, need ."' and lulia A.Can-
moii, aucd ami to h. t.. licivtr. hkciI
111 and Lucy Wills. anl 1 1.
k'.-i- Mr. llariill. the temiiorarv pastor
il the First I'rcslivliiiaiichutch.reiiiriii-d
to the cite yisurdav inorinnn irom
Asheville. Charlotte Cnrouiiie
Hon. lames II. Mcrriinoit reliirncd last
icht from Mniion. wlieic he has Ucn
holiliuij Mcl'owill ...int. lbs nivuit is
tinishcd and he will remain at home until
Mr. I '. I.. Love and Miss Love Loins
It Monday lor l nncssoe. Miss Salln
Love went nil tin at as tar as .suiviin-.
where she -ors to enter school. 1 uciia
I M. Moodv. ol Havwood, and V. S.
I.usk. chairinaii ol the Huneoinbc cou:it
xeciiiive commitlte. sp.ike at the conn
house last niuht. Their audience was
hielly of a colored variety.
A. T. Siiiniin i , K-ii.. registrar lor tin
West Ward wiil lie al bi odi.e lo-mlit
out 7.;m to s ;io o . lock inonler to yivi
ili.isi wlioareiiiial.le to yet there any
thertime nuopporl unity lorrrnisteiiiu:.
in ...n :rr itmii.l to attend the cv. ni
hilistic llildr stii'lv lor miiiiik nun at tin
Vouni; Men's Chiisli.ui Vssoiialion to
norrow alii rnooii at . icloik. miojiii
Ihclln.ldol I.tlc. ollll l:L'l iil. Ill,
Pil.lc sui.lv will lie preciiUd by a souj:
Street ear No. '.I, Motornian J. W'
KiviH and car No. 7. M.iti.im.in tioiiui
er collidtd on the curve at ine oipoi
this morninc The eoi.ision was cause..
y a ilillrrcncc Ih;wiiii the watilns o
l.le colulr.ctoisalin ine uiiisui .-i i..v
I he front of c ir No. ' was Uionaijiil con
Aryunient in ihe c.-im- ol Wit Hirillei
S; Co.. oi H.. In, lion, against J. n cnn
W. I. Crisp and oliuis, ol n.ysoi.
Cilv.islH'iim hc.ii.llilori-l.ierK j. iv. in o
f the l'eileral Colin, to-il.iy. me tie
endants in toe casi are Irving to vneati
lie arrest and altachmi-ut nainst then.
,or the reiovery ol about S.'.."in' l"i
jo... Is Is.ul.t bv lli.-miroiutlicpl.iiiiullH
Cobb ,V MiriuniMi .Mid . Ailanis a
is-med for Wit Hicdii r Co.. and N.
Sewby and I'ud. L. I isiiir lor tlic Hi
endaiits. J.J. MaeKey. IliinioinU' county's pn-s-
.-lit inudiiiMI nvit. r ol ilm.s. Iirsi
struck this laid and unsympaihtftui).
world ot t'.i! net 1... I '.. I irst intro-
iii.iiini to n .mils uns on Culuvvim
iver, eihl noli s west of Mai ion. in Me-
li,.u.. 1 1., in, iv. ..liiiitieiiil ami went
rito war ui liorchnik May wj;i. joined
company K.. Sixth North Carolina cav-
ii rv. lMil liooil lieiwitlll mi war w.ii-..
.uid then sto.K-d. Went baeV borne ami
i.'irmcil. In l0'.i married n daughter ol
Andrew loll Kcclil k creek, in Hun
combe. In ls7t niovnl lo Kccin s creek.
li.-r.-Ins Oi- died HI 1.'. In lKt
inarriid Miss Sue Stnkely. ol Cin-ki
count v. Tenn. Moved from Kevin's ci cck
to Ashcvi e III lSMIl and s..il n lew urn-
ccrics lor bimsell on North Main sir.et.
That knocks Imn out ol the alliance.
I' wo vents later dieted register ol deeds
l.v l.-ii.,K-rnls. hats lie exisvts to IK
i lected iiunili : so does every Isidy e'se rx
licet be will, l.hrison ll.ivuooil street.
Full Clenrlnic Mule.
See laruc "ad." (InaterbarKiiins than
ever lirt. ire. Now is the tunc to lay in
.1 L'ooilsi.Kki.l crockery, iilass and silver
ware at a low in ia-. Law's south Main
ilVVnniliirt nnd bl.nikits, ill all ijilall
tip, rvi-rvilunu lor cold weather at
Wlntlock's, corner linule llliKk.
af I'i.ino nnd orci'ii f i.tiiiiif mid re
pairing. Ilaviiiu stwiite.1 the serviiv ol
Mr. X. F. ones of (. in. iniiali an cxtiert
nintio mid oruun reniiircr Irom .SoveinUr
l,to1.", I take ile.isuie in olli-rinc bis
si-rvii-rs to nnv who mny wish Iirsi class
work. Mr. Jones i an artist in Ins In c
inH not n iiiiiiio li aeksmitll. An iiruei
book is now oiH-n at Thrash 's Crystal
I'aluce. 41 i'attoii avenue. Call emit
and leave your order lor work. Kes-
IH-ctiuiiy, n. r.. I'i'KMy. .mi in,
Lii l en and Hates' S. M. II.
ocllDsnt wed wit
A liud Kullrond Wreck
mvurrrd several dnvs ni!il on one ol on
most iiniMiriant trunk lines. NoIhmIv
hurt but all the Imitunijc exi-eiil the
KollcrTrnv Trunks was sinHShed u li
bit)' one. Sold hv dealers. Made bv II
W. Kotiiidtrec rk ilros., Kichnioiid, Vn.
WrWhitlock'snre the sole nKctits for
the celebrated eentenen kid xloves In
(rrT-The Villa" corner Hnywood nnd
Collrue strc-ls now ien for winter
bonnier. Ki titled nnd rrluriiishrd
r.verythiiiK Iirst cliirs. ix-t.llid'Jw.
MCenteneri monsitirtnirrs for street
wear just in at Whillock's, corner liuule
To insure change of iidvertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
he handed In nv in o clock a. m.
WFur cars, niulTs nnd hons, latest
stylet, lust in, at WhitliK-k's, 40 3. Main
Index la New Adertlementu.
WANTsn C F. Illililrll.
(irssA IIai.i.-J H. HnnVln.
Cl'T Ft.oWKMS tillewllil ftrrrnhnnsr.
Two white women, cnmiwlmt tn do enoh
Ine, rllnlnjt room "il rhnmWr w--rk. Apply
to nr si'iinss Mil, i. f niiii niim.
aettont s I'llnt slrrrl
Dr. B. F. Arrlngton,
VMOROM MsCi DKNTIST,
Plllln teeth a spnislly, also trrstlne dis
eased sums, and all fllwnwi pertaining tn
the dental structure. Office room, on Pat
ton avenue, over Kaysor Ik Ntnlth's drug
IIundrodH are taking ad
vnntntfe of the '-Grand 0wn
iiig'" whioh (iontinues at Hos
tic Brew. & Wright's. The
buililinp; aH yet is open, ex
posed to dust, wind and cold
waveH, hut thcHe monHtern of
oppoMinw1 elements are beinpf
met with a heroic effort on
the part of the occupants.
True, we are sMcrificinj? prof
its, but we are determined to
sell the goods. You get the
benefit. You make your
memorandum at once for
.shoes, hats, shirts, hose,
dresses, (sheetings, blankets,
trunks, domestics, window
curtains and everything else
you will need this winter and
save big money at
llosTir Uiios. & Whhuit's.
Fronting Court Place.
V.A. Hi.Aiit. .1. V. Hitow.N.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We arc now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lie generally to call and ex
amiii our well Mclected stock
FU RNITU RE,
Which we are offeriugat rock
Mittoni prices. 1'ndertaking
a siKH-ial feature. ( alls at-
tended day or night.
Telej ihone, day "", night (55.
ULAIU & 11ROWN.
K,m- Chrv.iinthi-ilinn.ii. re . in n'llf.va
iviu mi. i:vii.ii i.kii:nii i si;.
T. I. I'lli.nv T7 3 t liurlolle St.
I'r it.it.iil. ! r It-riinu the oiirrii hull In
th;- eouit h'inw will ' e reecived bv tile rriiis-
ler t tie. l unlil M..nln. .. .. ii"'.
iv fir.ler il ihe lumnl
iietlillw. J. H KANKIN. t'h'm
Two or three unfuini.lied rui.m... In n
liretiililt ."-nlujr. at a ni.-ilrri.tr rent
C. I! IIIDHKI.I..
Tmnlv hell.l of hurws nnd mule. Annlv
ut K M 'lieuvir'. Ii.in.r. ai-rus eoiinly iron
Morw. wuui.n unit hiirutsa at h liiimiiin at
Hnre llr., lun-.
IIiiph-. l.iieKi mill li'ini'-.s. II, re sis years
ttltl i III 4'll eht-Hi. A.'MV
H'tlA.I;!! ii.i CoLI.HOH HT,
A 8-rm.m eoltn.' mi frriieh Broadavinur,
nenr .irrf em. Annlv at
t. 1 11 dint
A tli.M V nit hum Wiilih. tnlwr Court
Htiutin-. Mrtilu 11ml Chintiiut Mrrrt. Atm
n I r-H ir.i to ttmlrr. ildnii C. H.,
Hii(i iUM tnw Cttiuit.
Hi, d I...K rantnlninc snralenl lntruiuents.
A liln rnl reward mr mum i.l amr to
oe 1 1. Ill ,K j. A III KHOl lHIS.
t.nritr eool. nlrv ronms. hoMsr newly fur
nl h..l; k.mhI tnl.le. terms reaaunalilc. on
"n"'"""' M'trt. J. I. HMATHHHB,
ivllililro Sin ration Are.
'KHKI'AliKH TAKB NIlTICH.
All MTsins are mitlflrd that all Isnds lie
Liikdinjunhf West A.h.eil.r Itiuiro.rmtiit
Coniiuinr and It . Carrl. r, In the vlelnlly ol
the aiiliibur HirliiK and Wist Asheville. arc
jilt. ii inii"
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All transaetli.ns (uaranlrtd.
Nrllnble Informat'os cheerfully fuml.lieil.
Aeeidtnt Insnrsnei lu'd.
W. HI. CLARKE,
Orand Cmtrnl lintel.
Oold, Wlver, l.vory, Oak, Ollt and Combl-
natlnn Mnuldlnn. Also Room Mouldlnis.
rictsres Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work ursntd. Hnsrsv
Inss, Palatini and Loral Views always on
91 II. Main CfttM Asabcvlllc
Buy Llndiicy Guide Book
tOW.N.Ce PriCO tSetSe
It I II I It fPIKI'I
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented 1
Nothing Like them Yet Named by thin or
This week we push the gates ajar and inundate the
market with values hitherto unknown. Our assortment
complete, our stock unbroken. Lively times anticipated
this week at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Preparations made accordingly. Keep your eye on this
space. Kvery week has New Attractions.
New Silks. New Dress Goods, New Laces, New Jackets.
Reefers and Ulazers. New Handkerchiefs, New Flannels and
New Millinery for t his week's rush.
AH our goods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means per cent, less than goods
can be bought at present. We preceded Mr. McKinley,
as well as competition, on our purchases, hence Great
Hnrgains can be offered. Our foresight saved for our pat
rons at least
on our present stock. No
Number 1 1 deserves your
it and will try to maintain it.
vonr 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
1.25 kids this week at 75 cents. Hemeinber the place
the House of Bargains.
P. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry Goods. Millinery nnd Carets,
That U what nil I he ..ultra ol tnate have
exclaimed on vtftitinic the
verThin new nl the very latent dmiKn
lu Hrrmh nnd (WTtiian Cltinn. Bric-a-brac
nnd Art Tottery from nil countries!.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
of Bohemian Olnnnwan: and Jnpaneae
NOTHING LIKE IT
has ever I wen seen In Asheville. Then our
triers; well, thrv hit no low they are pro
nounced A KKVIil.ATION.
a nice line of the celebrated Rrf(ier' HI Iver
tinted Ware, whlth. like nur entire lock,
w ni liniiicht Irom ti'-tit hnndu, and you will
he antonithed to And how low we are aril
Let It not he foruotten that we carry. aldc
from anything In Innry Tottery and Olnm
ware, a mom niaKninceni line oi
Ho tine Furiiltthlnff Ooodv
which we will not attempt to ttemlie, at It
would rr(inre eoiumt'
our lamp iln-artmrnt I the laraeftt and
nrUva thr liwmt rvrr ttern In AHhrvtlle Ak
to nee the little Jewel. The ladl all nay that
thrv have ncvir rtn nucha tv In Ashe
ville Come nnd re un; mhi are alwaya wel
come ir you only come to iook.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
ATA LIVELY RATE
Mrn's Hulls from t to Sit.
Itoy'i Hulls from 11.00 to 18.
Men's Overcoats from .l (to to l.'lil.
Bin's Ovenos ts from II TS to (17,511.
(if anv sort for men or hoys.
HATS, TRUNKS, SHOES AND UMBRELLAS.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.,
Wtaolcnalc and Retail,
No 8 West Court Square,
ASHHVILLE, ti. C,
831) and 830 West Raltlmnre Street, Balti
advance here on account ol
patronage; it already has
Bargains always here at
No. ii Patton Avenue,
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A LI. HI7.KH POR FA Ml I.V
ANO HOTKL UHB.
Ouaranlccel lo b OcrtM Proof.
ALL HIZB KUI'T IN HTUCk.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY,
Offlce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THLKPHONB NO. 40.
ICE RATES FOR
In ousntltles not less than one ton at factory..
In quantities not less than one half ton at factory
too pounds, 30 tickets, to pounds eacb
o ii 6,1 i" .'.
700 " 28 " as ' n...,
780 " 18 " 80
limn 10 " loo '
Tickets In dollar packages and any quantity of ice nay be obtained from drivers and at
our office lor cash or tickets,
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholcmilr and Hrutil by
ASHEVILJUE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
K eitialvc Aitents 1 Domestic and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
I am ready to show you the
in exquisite and exclusive designs. Also now in stock the
new blocks in hats fortheHeuso'nin "Youmnn's," Miller and
Minlap shapes. A full line
Shoes, in French Calf Patent
brated make ot Hatliuway.
$:l.()0 Shoe for Men is a dandy
Men's Outfitter. 2H Patton Ave.
LRWI9 M.VDDI.'X, l-rrs
L. P. Mcl.OUD, Vice-Pro.
Iiirsctoss:-Lewis Maddus, M.J. Beartlen,
8. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M
Htate, County and
Docs r Ocncral Bftiikinv BubIucm. ltoBiU
lection madr on all nwnslhle polntt. The
On all mmi in thia department, depoti ted for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real eatatc,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Upen from l a m. to 3 p. in. On Haturrtayt the Sarlnn Department will be open till II p. ik,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATIHK THOROIGHLY
Twenty-live years ot practical experience,
tails of the buniness and perfect arranitemenu
manntactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnirrr Ale and atlthr various flavors erf HOl)AW ATBR ready for shltiment asa avllvrreit
free in City timlla. Ont of town orders must
On the A. & s. Railroad, Kiaht Bfllca South of Asheville:
If you are looklnK f'r a ptaee
wliy don't you set- atmut
The lKt mineral water and In great variety. Level lots,
r;rnnd views, gimil soviclv. If vou think of buying why nut
uy NOW ? Frier- will go up ami go KAIU..Y.
Take Traits Ont at 9.10 A. M.-1'aro
VKl'.lt. ML'TI lilH'.U.
SKVI.AND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Kig;ht Miles South of Aabevllle, on the A. a 8. aaftroadt
New hotels, new cottaara, new furniture, beautiful arorrs. neat traats aad erounet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Kulphur. Alum. Magnesia, Iron and Knaom. Those serklai health aad nlraaae awl
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of lu tKaHaf waters.
aprfl dtf Manasrer.
Aabevllle, N. C
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaafacranrs aad ncalns la all Uads af DreftMd
Door, Saah, Blluda, Moulding;, Slalrwork, Mantcta,' Bank
and Bar fixture, and all klnda of Bulldlna; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
Tclrpnonet Mo. .
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER. V
Celebrated the World Over for Ita Purity.
We deliver to all purt of the city our owa Bottling B a port Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer ia kept at a temperature of 40 degrees and we guarantee yon a Iresh article a,
all times. THU TKADB NUPI'LIBI PKUM
V WINE .. AND .'. LIQUOR a. STORE .
IN THIS STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. K. HAHOt'AsenT. si'ar'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
Asheville, N. C.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Hanger.
Palata, oils aad Varnishes, Maanry' Mlsed Palate aad Color..
Prmrh aad Assertcaa
W. harp la itoch at. Loaltaad Ka tacky Uad,
40c. per hundred,
new shapes in Fall Neckwear
of Mens Pine Hand Made
Leather, &e., &c. of the cele
souie and Harrington. My
and hard to beat. Every
I. B. KANKIN, Ca.liier.
M.J. Famr.J. . Rankin, J. B. Ray, I. B. Renl.
May 1st. tHHH.
SU RPLUS. $20,000
rrcdv.J. Bzchnnqe boifht and told. Cot.
Savinjr Pcatnre will recrlve tpccml attention.
four m on tht or longer, ttitcrat at the rmr
which will be plactd for long time on real
FILTERED on the Prcvilvcu.
combined with rnnsoMAL attention to all di
far clkanlinkm and ruaiTT of all frooitft
to hi numerous patron a an perl or das if
have assFOKoat.B likituce.
C. H. C'ArrlPHKI.I..
for a home or an inveatnent
as Ccnta Or Drive Stoatn Sflloa.
City Ajrrnt. 3N Patton Ave.
Near Paaaenser Depot.
A LB BY-.-
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 416.
WuMlnw Otaas, boti
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