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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN r THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 181)0.
THEY ARE DEMOCRATS!
MOROAN I'OXVKNTION I'l T IN
Till: K Mi! IT TRACK.
They Have tome Hack into Ilie
Parly, Am They Cau I.IU-cl More
There limn On I lie OulHlde.
Mokcan Him.. X. C, Oct. 21.1 Situ.
Editor Tin: Citiun: We desire to sny
tliron your xi per us democratic alii
anccmen in North Carolina, chat we art
(k'ciik'd to siiiHirt tile dimucratic I it' kit
now in thr Ik'ltl. Xln mi'li c have Inn.
unkindly mid liilscly spoken of by sonic
persona who o under the name of demo
crats, to whom we owe uolliiiiL', and for
whose ostracisms we care nothing, i
are determined not to expose our
polities to he slaughtered in tin
house of our eiuinies. The mum
old dcutiHTittic ll.itf of which sotnt
of us spoke in onr convention now
waves at Morgan Hill. And, though Kt
.Yeats old. it is rejuvliiatcd and look
Voting and vigorous. We have ncvei
conteniled lor nmtinii; lint dciuocr.ict .
pure mid simple. U e are willing to jjivi
up out "lalioiers' ticket" for the ic.ism
that a certain candidate lor congress l II
0, Kwtut I, posing littoic ttie puhiicas ai
alliance man, having never In en taccoul
iitji to our law I chuililc to inemln islii
therein, luts declined tn Myn oiirileuiaiiil..
and a:i s that he willimt. And yer, cct
tain men whi alhli. tied with us in oin
move tti nominate s.inl "lahorers' ticket'
declare, opei.lv, that thev will support
him dcspiu oi sncli refusal.
Now, we, the olmst ailiaitcc ill West
cm .North C .loltna, conclu le that then
is nothing,' U iti r or us to do th in locnii
timie stpi iic in the ranks of the dcuio
erattc party , lu re we w ill lie lound or
tin loin ih o NoMinlier next I i. e.. the
democrats ol us.) James II. Woodwani
w ho came tin th oiay at our liidilin, lui
withdraw n and is now nestle,; in tin
democracy ol Ivy township,
working vigorously lor the ticket
We started in pnul faith, IkIicvhi).
that we could get sKidier lelicf in tin.
way than by running in the old turrows
And we aie satisfied that some of oin
repulilicau liicinls were inasgood earnest
us we; hut a large map .rity of tliiin hav
Kone liack to tneir old llcsli pots, YW
cannot dine with lliein theie. We Ik
lievethal the whole ali.nr will coinluc,
to the interest of the democratic ticket
in these townships t flat Crick ami Ivy i
Again, we snv we are not to lie drive'
into the repulilicau parly hy the ridtcuk
null ostracisms i I oui pol.ucal irieuds
let it be ever so s!i.,i p.
Some ol us have tr.tvckd througl
heat and cold, night ai.il day loi
our parly, ,ia,l will do it again
We ask ,.U who have athitaied an
nympatuiscl wr.li us to rally that wi
inav give ilcmocracy a rousing uiaorit
in ohl ItutuoinU- and tile Ninth couriss
ioual disti icl tfisyiar. (Signed
I'l.uoi'KA i s or Moioi.w Cow 1 1, .
'I'HI'.V KNOW miiiiim;.
Iiiftilr nl Hllifitorv ol tile Morrl
A CirtI N repnsi ni.iiivc went to Hilt
more this iuom nig to asecrlatii w hy tht
tact of the lindiug of the liody of Mrs.
Morris in at that ul.uelast Saturday was
not reported to the authorities. Almul
fifty men at work around the place wen
questioned and nearly all ol 'them rcphci:
that they knew nothing whatever ol tin
rinding of the body. Three ol llieni how
ever, had heard of the affair, hut not
until iilter Tin: Citizun of yesterday con
taining the account 01 it was is-ncd. Tht
agent ot the railroad at that place said
that he knew of no body having beer
sliiped from the station.
A note lias liven tinned over to Chict
t'c.iver of the 1'inion detective agency,
signed by Morrison. It is to a Missjunes
Mini was left with Kiiima Mitchell, a col.
ored gill liting at Kev. K. I'. Kumley's.
last Mond.iy night. The note is writ ten
in a fairly good hand mi an old ciivcIoh'.
"It Khoda comes here next week any
tiineyoiitellherlh.it I want to say ii
few words to her, tell her that I inn nt
work in town. I mil boarding at Mr.
tiilreatli's. Yours and oblige."
11. T. MoKKIsoN.
Mr. (tilrc-.-it h, to w hom Morrison re
fcis. keeps a boarding house near Hut
trick street. To Tin; Ci nzi-.. this morn
ing, he said that Morrison come to his
house Sunday, Mcto'ier 1J. anil liec.iiut
a iMiarder. ai d descnU'd biiu as a young
white man, apparently admit 'o years
ngc, and well dressed. Morrisoiicl.iinied
to lie at woik as a painter on a house on
Academy s'.vi I. but Mr. Ciilreath savs
thai the man went oil' in the directum ot
the Clavton farm everv dav. Thirsd.'iy.
he savs. Morrison cone to the house
shortlv after dark and remarked that In
had just carved up a negro, with w hom
lie had previously had some
difficulty. Morrison then took his bag
gage ami wi-ttt oil' in the direction ol
Clayton's, saving that he would be back
Friday morning. Mr. (.ilmitta has not
seen him since.
It said that some ix'ople living in the
westrrn part ol the city heard n wo
num's voice as il crying Thursday night.
The laets published ill Tim ClTizi:.
of yesterday were furnished by Mr.
leaver, who got them from Sullivan, the
liliiToK TliK Citii:n: In Iwhall of my
self and family and the teachers and pu
pils of the college, I desire to return sin
cerrst thanks to all the members of the
fire company, and the multitude of gen
tlemen Irom town who worked so nobly
nnd iiictsfiilly in saving our building
from destruction; and also to the manv
generous friends, both Indies nutl gentle
men, who sn kindlv took our teachers
nnd boarding pupils to their homes to
care for them a day or two, until we enn
replace the furniture that was moved
from the building in the midst of the ex
citement. While the damage to the
building is fpiite serious, it is in such mil t
of the house us will not stop us from our
choul work longer than a (lav or two;
o we will resume our regular school
work not Inter than Monday morninc.
The south wing of the building which is
the pnrt almost exclusively used for do
mestic purposes, being entirely
removed Irom the smoke stack
in which the lire originated, was dam
aged neither by the lire or the water; nnd
o just an soon as the rooms can be
elriined up and the funiiltire replaced we
will have comfortable quarters fur our
The teachers nnd all the young Indies
are standing up nobly in our misfortune,
showing the true nolilr womanhood that
resides in them nil. 1 do not think that
in the whole number there will lie found
n young lady weak nnd foolish enough
to wont to desert this college nnd go
B. E. Atkins.
HT-Hnts trimmed chener nt Mrs. Hnl
burton's thnn any other plnce in thccity.
Bonnets stnmped and braids to mutch
suits. Children's bonnets made toorder.
KoreeiiHt till H il. m. l-riliiv
CoHtlnut-cl Cool mid llirealeiitnir
weainert mm iienvy in vunictii
portion i vuriitmt winuHyreiierullv
wesien uuieM oil eunsi,
A broken feed wire on North Court
Stpiate caused thecal o be delayed for
a snort wane to-iiay,
Mr K. C. W'estall, of the postoftiee
force, Icll this morning tor Atlanta to
attend the riedmoul exposition,
The street cars were not running, cx
cept to meet trains, after 7 o'clock last
night, because ol the cold and wet.
I'rof. 1. P. Claxton left last night for
(iiildsboro with the remains ol Miss Annie
Moore who died at his house Tuesday
I r. Illackwtll will sneak to-night at the
new Christian chinch. The services will
lie continued through the remainder ol
Hon. H. A. (itidgcr lell this morning for
Columbus, Polk couniy, w here he speaks
'.o.itav. lie will SKak at several place
The democratic club of the West ward
nccts at the court house to-uiglit. M
li. Carter and N. P. Chcdcstcr will di
The wile of Prol. l- W. I'lentye died
ast night nl'.i r n brief illness. 1 he 111
icral was cot ducted at the parlors ot J
Statues this atteruonu by Pr. Itlack
Misses Kusstll and Tavlor, of Virginia
vho have been visiting the lamilv oi Mr
ii. H. havis this siinuiiti, lelurued llouu
tslerday accotnpanitd by Miss Alberta
iavis, ol this city .
The open cars on the street railway
ines were not in use ycsicrd.iy because
if the disagieeable wcv.hcr. In const
jticncc of tins trips on tnt loubleibiv
aid Caui) P.-ittou hues were only nindt
very halt hour.
The Lyceum meets in the new halt in
he llaitianl building to-night at T.:to.
:r. licvvttl Webb will dtlivtr his adibesr
ii "Shell Mounds in Florida" and Col.
I. P. Cameron wi I deliver one on "mica
Hid its associations."
I'r. John Hey Williams returned last
tight Irom a five w-eks' trip to Cnhlot
iia. lr. Williams was on the fust sec
ion of the train, the second section ol
vhich was wrecked on the Cincinnati
Southern ye-ter,lay morning.
Ktgistr'ti Israel ol t he Fast ward w ill
eat his di sk in iheothceot the clerk ot
liie superior L'tar t tonight and to-inor-ro-.v
night troni 7 .')' to s ;to o'clock liu
.he purpose ol r.g'stcriug votcis wilt
-annol get up town iluriug t lie day.
AxHault Willi IMhIoIh.
P. A. I.indscy and F. M. Johnston, two
coung white men Irom Vaialerbilt's, were
iricsied this morning tor tin assault on
'. 1.. IIuntKuti.nl the hitter's house,
our miles souih ot shcvillt. Theussaiilt
villi which the nun are charged was
.ommitlid last night and several pistol
.tans were tired but none ol them hit
myfiodv. The prisoners were taken Ik'
; ire Fsipnre C. Vt . Malone, who bound
hem over to the court in SJnn bond.
I'lus they lailcd to luruish and were sent
Suited conclavi this I Thursday I eve
litig. Cvrcite eomiuautlcry o a.
Kmghls Templar in tl.e cily cordially
V. I". Kamioi i'II,
1111. I M NO'i'll l.M.
Her Hie lltiruiiln Talile
At Law's lull ol goods marked at less
t hall hah price, ttooils at ,i e-uts to oi.
.ems. An bui regular goods are being
In? It is cnrri n'ly rep rted 'hat a char
ttr has been granted to a new electric
company v lio wi,l apple to the city
council at its next meeting for permis
sion to lay a track on a route conform
ing n near ii possible in the line ol the
present electric railway svsiem. The new
cotiiiauv lo run their cars or f he lucnm-tn--tt-it
inn nl' 'l he jiit'l'c, on cold and rainv
nights, wh 'ii it is too ills. ign ealile lot
tile present lair weather svsiem to ojie.
rale. JJtiery ? I'id the electric current
lad last uigiit, that the ears were with
drawn from some ol the lollies alter 7
How lo Trawl.
It is often hard to decide what roiiletn
lake when starting on a trip. In order
to travel with case, comfort, in style and
saletv, always take the latnotis Cincin
nati, Hamilton ,V Pay ton K. K. 1 hev
nave the finest road bid in the worhi.
Iv'tiu si passenger trail!" a day iK'tween
V iiicmnati, Indianapolis, t. lueago, llav
ton, Toledo and littroil. The Pullmiiii
Velvet Vestibule Line, wiih Parlor and
I lining Cars, and Pullman Velvet Vesti
bule SIccirts. When going North, North
west or West. Ik sure your tickets read
via the C. II. iS: l. K. K. Any r.gent can
sell you, or write to
W'm. A. Wii'.c.ins,
Southern Pass. Agl
P. . Hox lllli, Chattanooga, Tenn
Iny "The Villa" corner Haywood nnd
College streets now 0111 for winter
boarders. Kefilted and re'iirnished.
liverything first class, nct.KidJw.
13?" Do nut confuse THE
Mutual Like-: Insurance
Company jf Nkw York.
with any ilvr Coinpnny
of apparently similar nann,)
but less manituJe.
Bear in mind that there
is no Life Insurance com
pany called " The New
York Mutual Life" and
that there is no Life.lnsur
ance Company chartered
by the State of New York,
authorized to use the
word MUTUAL in its title
except The Mutual Life
insurance Company of
Richard A. McCurdy,
Robert A. Granniss,
M There Any One Here That
Hwunnaiioa: Oeorge II. Smut hers,
Wnvncsvillc; K.O. 'aitersnn, Governor's
Inland, N. C; W. C, Henbow.W.P.Hrau-
(Jei H'nck: ). W. Hetton, Miamsburg,
0.; N. MeConuell, Waynesville; W. V,
We'ch nnd wife, Athens, lia.i V. ,
Striiigticld, W'nynesvdle; Miss Mary
I ampiH'tl, St. Lotus, .Mo.; I . liouolcilav
Trvon, N. C; K. M. Hunter, Bonne Terr'c
I'rotfreHH of KeaclMtraltoti.
The totul registration in the two wards
of the citv at CI o'clock to day wtislStt.l,
The cast ward book showed Hot) names.
4SS white nnd . 'IIS colored. In the west
ward the number is W), Ttllt white nnd
Kroni the Concord, (N. i .1 HtanrlHril.
Tile siininirr ulrl Iiiin i)Wnii;iritrel,
I'h loititnin gill il here;
Anil vt lu-ll lite ice vets on the streets
'1 lie lull girl will itniieur.
Index lo New AdvertlNemeiil
Fok Kft 711 llaili-v street.
Insi k.vm'K 1 he Mullliil l.ilc
I'ok Svl.K--Mrs M. I. SmiIiIi.
I'hissh ll is K. H Mit.hi ll.
I-'iik Su."-It I'- WtitMl'iunl
I A iK-. Ksaii Mule. 1. misdate.
Tvv ntv hint! of hnrses anil n'utes Anplv
:tt K M Pruvir's house, neross eotnity iron
Application for I.tIv itttcnilant tu take
iiiir fiii inoiiiHtit wtiniHH K hwntnut ,v
luaiiotin 111111 (r it-it at Mr. Mititlatitl'
i ltur(t;iv liMnir iin- n.
tuiJltlf 4" I'KlvNC'll ilKOMi AVR
A ucnitVimm, ftr of cp rirncr In vnri.
. niK ii:a', tiiir ability hri'tla mHti:tKT.
..tlt-nwtn honk krt-p r etc . aitlivr umi r ui
iK tlm tu locitu in Anhcvillc .Any rvpu
ml)lt ti 111 tr itnlivilual vh -iin tlrr au in
iuciitunt to mud n mutt tuav nililrt-ii
h win i.i:x M'i:k.
No iVwiuni'tt fttrct t, S vmuiHlt, t'.
lKnii:iful velvet cnriiet. lartje, with bor
let. Call on or tt.lervsw
MKS M F. KM IT II.
.17 South Mail. fUret.
Sfvi-rnl new hi ntintr utovrn. for coal, at
Wiithan ntt. II I Wi M ! W K I Grocer,
oct.Mtl'.'w " .North Main Stnrt.
A four rottin cottage, furntliril, with ri
a. It llntlH'. AppiV t
7.1 HAlI-liV 8TKKKT
A r-roi in itittatt l-rench Uroail avenur.
near ir'- ar. Apply at
OilM'MliiU 37 l-.;iii.H HKi AI A VK.
House In Wrsl l:n! SIS it ninrlh AppiV
a I A TUXNAST or II I'. t.KA.NT. '
oet .' til I w
rrupnn'i r len-iru the otura hall in
the court hi.u-e williw nvi iveil h the rt'K'
tir i t il -) tmtil Mot.ilay. Nov. 'A. 1 ! i.
itv ur In ol the Imaril
iictlillw. J. V. KWktV Ch'm.
LAD 1ES , R E A D I
Speciaht in Treating
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS.
i 'flue Hour : U a tu. tu 2 p. m.
No 9 North Main Street
v"iN I.T tTloS ruV.K
Invnttl I.ailuH Waited mini ttulrllo !.
C Bl.li UK A Ti;i 'N Ii W M AN Nl-R Ii TON-
IC" OS SI.K.
o instantly on hand.
J. IC. RKKD & CO.,
No. io Court Square
tirt.'. d yr
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trfiii.uetintiH ftunrantecd.
Kt liable informnl'on ehcerfully lurniahetl.
Aeeltlent Intturiinee HMuril.
W. M. CLARKE,
(irnnd Central Motel.
MERCHANTS OFWESTERN N. C.
We wih to ftny that we hnvc Mcurrd the
(M-rv.ccti of our
MR. O. H. HHNRY,
to rrprccnt our Intrrcntn In your trctlon for
another yrtir; nnd huylnic rooUi for
SPOT CASH DIRECT,
we art pre purrd tn mrtt the very clriwut
coinietHlon. .Mr. Henry will nlun continue
to hnvr authority to collect all account 11 due
our Arm. Thanking yon for your paat pot
ronnKf. anil wUhtng a continuation of the
name, we are, Tcry mpcctl'ully.
WMmoii. Hum i A Co.,
Impnrtcri and Whole Orocc m.
ovtJOdlw w4t Dultltnoui, MI.
Gold. Silver, Irory, Oak, Ollt and Comlil
nation MuiiIiIIiiki. Alan Knom Mouldlnir.,
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowrat price, and work Tnirnteed. Bnarav-
inn; I'alntlniia and Local View, alway. on
aj 8. Main St.,
apr lft d
Dr. II. F Airing ton,
Rl'ROEON ikrf DKIXTIST.
Pllllnv teeth a inednltv. alio treating dl
fnnrcl Kitmi nnd all dlnraie pertalnlns to
the drntal structure. Office rooms on Pat
ton avenue, over Kayior ft amtth'i drua
Buy aLlndteVa Guide Book
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them
This work vt jush t ho
market wi tli vmIui'n hit horto unknown. Onr UHnortiin'nt
romplete, our stock unliroktn. Lively timt'H aiiticipntcd
this week at tht
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
I'repn rut ions mailt' aronlin?ly. Kwp.vour e,ye on this
spneo. Kver.v wwk lias Now AttractioiiH.
New Silks, New Diws (JocmIs, New Liuvh, New Jickots
IttH'tcrs and Hlazoi'H. Nw Hainlkorchicfs, New Flannels and
New Millinery for this week's rush.
All our tfoods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effert. That means
can be botight at present.
as well as competition, on
Hargains can be offered. Our
rons at least
on our present utoek. No
Number 1 1 deserves your
it and will try to maintain it. Hargains always here at
your command. This is a great week for shoppers, hots
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 7"i cents. Kemember the place
the House of Hargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
No. ii Patton Avenue,
Dry tioods. Millinery and Carpets.
BARGAINS - I
- UNTOLD ! i
Whm you k Khoppmu vou should not fnil
to k und mt the nttnu tlono In all khida tf
wnrrtt at the
It In a credit to any citv and mill In vrow
InglnrKcr. We will mtlve thlt wek an
other large itoik of clcnnt novcltiett In
CHINA AND CLASS.
and fortunately fur you it waa Alan hnunht
priur to the pn.anite of the lniitiiiou Mt
Kinley tarifl lull, thua aavinK yuu about yo
per cent advnnee .
We have come here to atay and to nerve
the people, if money will do it. The aenailde
people ufAahevillr hnll buy china, Inmpa.
Klaaawarc, etc., in the future lower thnn they
ever did In the p.at. Yuu can alway. And
within onr .tore nut offered for a while, hut
extend from January to January.- No hard
atoek allowed here. No old atylr. all bright
and new." No bin dlaeounta to take off. We
can't. They arc not in our .tore.
COME, HICK AND HEAR
the re.t. Purnl.h yourarltre throuKhout.
eieept In the chamber, and we can help do
that. Chamlier art. from X75 to fUO,
Come. Our atorr rueela any ol It. kind is the
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Crockery, (ila.awarc, I.amM, llouw Purnl.h
lnn, etc., etc.
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
ATA LIVELY RATE
Men'. Hulta from (4 to 3A.
Hoy'a Multa from $1110 to $1S.
Men'. Overcoat, from 3.80 to t.'IO.
Huv'a Overcoat, from VI. 78 to $17.80.
of ant aort for men or boyt.
HAT8, TRUNKS, SHOES AND UMBRELLAS.
C. 0. BLANTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No We.t Court Squat,
asheyilLb, n. c,
aas and 830 Writ Baltimore Street, Haiti
Vet Named by this or
gatos njar and iniindate thp
;ifl per cent, less than goods
We preceded Mr. MeKinley.
our purchases, hence (Jreat
foresight saved for our pat
advance here on account of
patronage: it already h.is
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL HIZK8 FOR PAMILV
AND HOTBL L'HB
naranle4l lo be ncnu Proof.
ALL HIZKll KBI'T IN STOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAO, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO, 40.
Yard and Wareno, near Depot, Tele-
asiiex n.i.h Ain
ICE RATES FOR
In quiintltlei nut H'hii than one ton nt I'uettiry ,
In iiutintitlea not Ii-nn than one hell' tun nt factory
800 puumlH, ail tieketH, to iiouiuIh each
(Kill l(i " 1(1 ' "
7(ni " an ' an "
?nd " tn " no " " ,
1(1(10 " Id " 1(1(1 "
TlekeiH in dollar iniekiiKeH unri unv itiiuiiit.i' ol' lee may be obtained from ririTcrH and at
our ulliee fur eauh or tiek m. .
Ashevillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. ,6 unci 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
UEST ATTII11ACITE COAL
lor wilt' tit Whoimalr nnd ki-tuil hy
AS1IKVZI.LK ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kiehmivt Am tun ilitimentle ami ttieiim i lor Wcxtern North Carolina.
FRESH GOODS FOR A FRESH SEASON.
Our lientitliul new Mercl'iint Tulloi Ink hneof Imported nod hlKhBTadcliomentlc woolen.
Il now ready and in the littml. ul
Mr. F. E. Mitchell, Hales-AKcut, a8 Patton Axe, Aahcvllle,
whu III take your nirin-iire, mil I he rcionlhility will be our. for correet lit and work-
There la an nileantntte In "iivinulroni thoe who art In n pnaitlon to feel the pulle of io
eiety and know Iroitl the atlltiil-i.onit ul exi't'rtN what id moat Iru.twtirthy.
V011 Khuuld eerlitinlt' have the aurtinenl rxhiliited to you, a call or nail requeat to
the uhove it'ldreha will aecomtiliali thu.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
Merehunt Tniloia and Clothier..
LUWIS M.MHll'X, I'rr.
I.. P. Mel.Ot'll, Viee-I'rea
liiuRCTOKa.-U'wia Mnililui, M.I. Ileanlen, M.J. Faux, J. B. Rankin. J. B. Ray, J. 8. Rcco.
S li. Keed. (leu. 8. Powell. C. M Mel.oud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
i)ronlu Mnv lt. thHH.
C A PITA L. 850,0(K).
Stale, County ami
Uoea a tnrral Hankinu tlu.ineaa. HcpuHitM
leetioua made on nil nccca.lhlc point.. The
(mail auma In thi. department, depuaited
of 4 er cent, per annum will be paid.
Niwciai nttrntiun iriveu to loana on real eatute. which will he placed for lona time on real
open lrm V a m. to 3 p. ra. on Huturilny. the MavinK Department will he open till A p.n,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKH THOHOl ;HI.V
Twenty-live year, ot practical eaprrience.
taila of the huaineaa and perfect arratiKcmcnta
miinulnetured, ennhle the proprietor to prevent
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
ninser Ale and allllie vnrloua llnvnr. ol (tOHAV ATBR ready for ahipmrnt anil rtrlleerert
free in City limit., out of town order, mual
On lite A. Ac H. Railroad, i:ijlU Mllea South of Aataevllle
If yon are tui.kinit lue a plnec
w hy dun't yuu ae-e aliutit
The la'.t mineral water anil in Kreat variety. I.evcl luta
lirnn.l view., Buuil no.i.iv. II yuu think of InivInK why nut
Im.vNdW? 1'rkva will up anil u KAI'IDI.V.
OTIS A. MILLER PROPRIETOR.
Take Train O..I at 9.10A. M.-Fure ascenla-or nrlve Moulh Mile.
I'RIiD. MI TI HIiilli. City Ai'cnt. 2H Patton Ave.
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mile South of AHlievllle, on the A. ft S. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottaiiea. new furniture, beautiful irrovea.neat tennl. and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White 8ulphur. Alum. Mairncla. Iron and Kpaom. Thoar aeeklnK health and pleaaurc and
aeleet ..Klety will not fail to viait tkl. pleaaant rcaort and drink of lu healinS watera.
AMhevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
auigiacigien ana iiraicr. in an Kind, or Drraatd
Door, Hash, HlludM, Mouldlnira, Stair work, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Snecialtv.
norltdly T.IhM..... "
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Oyer for its Purity.
We deliver to all pnrt. of the city our own nottllna Bxport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
all'tlmer VVBPA?.BnWVi,m "fkSm ,'re, 1,Bd " fre.h art..., at
THK I.KAItlKM. '
WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE .
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
t. 4. ,.bi,v,,,,t. w.g.r I NO. S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
.....FOR SALK nv-
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Hanger,
Palnta. Oil. and Vaml.he.. Ma.ury'1 Mind
,..40c. iter hundred.
I. B. KA.NK1N, Canhl.r
received. Bichnnar bouRht and aold. Cot
Kuviiik Feature will receive .pceial attention.
for four montna or lunger, internet at the rat
FILTKRKI on tbe Prenilac.
comhlnrd with pnaaoNAk attention to all d.
far ci.kini.inrm and Pl'NITV of all gooila
to hia numerou. patron, a aupcrior el.M n
have anapoxaini.1 refenrnet.
C. W. CANPRKI.I..
fur a home or an Investment
Near Paanengcr Depot.
Palnu and Colon. Window Olaaa, botk
(0W1N.C. Price srt.
mora, mq, i
Wt keep la atoek St. Lou la and Kentucky Uad.
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