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THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1890.
AenuvTT.T.i? tiatt v nTTT v. ft. m
L : ''ft :
THERE IS NO WATER.
THE VALVE FOR THE rVltif
HAH NOT CONK.
The Amount or Water Supplied
' and Vseil Everything Drv-Hn-inanity
Bufferluir for a Drink.
The city water was turned on yeBter
dav, but owing to the fact thnt the
wenther has been verv dry for severnl
days and the demnnd for wuter exceed
ingly heavy, the supply gave out. The
wuter had to be turned oft' nsiiin. The
valve for the lurge puuip has not come
vet but is looked for every dnv. v nen it
comes it will require about hall a day to
(jet the pump readv tor use. The water
may and it may not lie turneu on ueiore
Thesmnll numn has a capacity for
pumping illiit.OKK gidlons cr day and
thelarge one, when in use can pump
TUO.lHHl iiiiIIoiis tier day? The streams
rtinniiiir into the reservoir empty 72,001'
gallons per dnv. The stainlpiie at Menu
mont gap will hold about 700,000 gal
lons and the reservoir at the end of Col
lege street Uolils about, auii.noii gallons.
I he storage! capacity is tiicrciore om
TU ,itf nrft.u lMIU'.n 4-1)11. Illlll and
4&i,IHMj gallons every twcuty-lour hours
and it is easv to keen the supply up u
the demand when the large pump is at
...... 1. .i. l t llo lltiaittt f 1 ,1,. 1 i I lit tVKlTVoir.
Since the breakage ol the valve the sup
ply pics lietween tlicslann puie alio tut
(lumping station have broken several
times and the smuil pump coma not or
.......I ... Ill,- ,.a (li iviili'r liMil til Im-
tu rued oil to let the breaks lie repaired.
The supply in the rese rvoirs has therefore
Uen rapidly diminished and as some mi-
... u..u lu. L.o.r f..;i(lv liti- nu in t'liHP ol
fire it has been necess.iry to cut off the
supply ut the tiller.
Tin. ittriftii m- flume. Iiiwtit, nre sulTer.
ing, throats arc dry, barrooms are pros
pering and the city is generally demoral
ized lieeauc of the want of water. Never
since the days of the revolutionary war
have the streets of Ashcvillc lieen am
dryer than they now are.
The water bus been turned on since tin
above was written but it is imHissiblet.
tell how long it will rem iiu.
AHHF.VII.I.K'M Ml'Ht Kll.
What and Who l and Are t.oliiu
on at Hot HprliiKN.
Hot Springs, X.C.. Nov. (Smvial
Thus early in the season has the tide ol
travel from the nort sct in this direction
and private cars stand sidetracked at tin
railway station while their owners enjoj
the hoMiitnlitics ol the Mountain I'nH
hotel. Indian sununer weather prevails,
and such weather is usually to be bail
here throughout the cold months. Ivqiin
hie climate is what this section hr.
about und thousands of wealthv New
Yorkers know how ileliglitlul it is from
actual cxericucc during the la gripH
Tlie widow ol the late lion. S. S. Cox
has been taking the baths in the Hot
Sprinus thermal waters, the llurdcnhcrgs
lieing included in her party.
A sficcial team brought another arty
who have concluded to remain lor some
time. Among the party arc Mrs. I'll".
Hustings, Miss Hastings, I'r. and Mrs
C. IKrter, also Dr. ind Mr. Kirkbrule.
Mrs. Karl It.iU'ock mid Miss Miirv
Webster, ol Moniclnir, X. J.. I'r. Stickler,
Miss Stickler with Mr. and Mrs. Stick
ler, sr., ol t 'range, X. J., lire here for tin
Hot Springs almost eipials Washington
city as a place in which to siienil a honey
moon. There are always plenty ol newly
married couples at liie Mountain I '.irk.
Judge iliii I'ierson, ol Columbia, S. C
anil his bride arc enjoying themselves.
Mr. Stephen linker and wile arrived since
Among the guests uot already men
Mrs. K. M. l-lliott, Huston; Mrs. M.
C, Irwin, Pittsburg; Mrs. li. I'.
Southwiek. Mr. J. F. Southwick, New
Vork; Maurice Splaiu, Wasliingtoii; Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Crniil. nnil family, Chica
go: Miss Hudson, Cortland. Me.; Mr.
and Mrs. li. W. Kecney, New York ; Mad
ame Cnrtnya. Spain ; Mr. and Mrs. T.
Saltus und maid. New Vork; Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur C. Vaiighnn, Donald Cuykr
Vuughan, Hrooklyn ; Mrs. II. T. Kstn
brook, Aslieville;'Mr. J. M. Koote. Miss
Charlotte li. l-'oote. Iliooklrn; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Itrigbum, Jersey citv.
N There Any One Here Thai
Von Know T
R.ittety Park:). Nomura, Tokio, Ja
pan ; Harry True, wife and child, Marion,
11.; Mr. and Mrs. John I'earson, Colum
bia, S. C; K. Morris, N. Y.; C. li. Morris.
Montreal; I'. M. Ilovkin, Kiclimoud ; Jno.
K. Morris, Italtimore.
Swnnnnnna. K, M. Sencer and wile.
Mrs. und Miss. Terry, West Sueiior,
Wis.; J. ft. Timberlake, Louisville; Thus.
Turner, X. V.; J. L. Williams, I'nirvievt,
N. C; W. K. Sturgeon, li. li. Levy. Italti
more; C. S. C. Kirk, Charleston, S. C ; K.
Cnllowiiv, C. A. Cillev, I'r W. B. Mott,
M. L, Mint. X. C; VV.I. Kcid, Michigan.
Urand L'vntrnl :T. A. Love, llnkrrs-villi-i
C. W. Walkins. Kutherfordton; W.
C. Tntiiin, Knoxville: A. D. Fcnwick.
Philadelphia ; Fred Caniart, Cleveland,
(.; W, L. Harris. X. ft W. K. K.; Kev. k.
Wninwright, wifeunil servant, Bowman's
llluft, X. C; K. A. Jacobs. Franklin; I'.
(. lidmonds, Savannah; J. S, Mallory,
(7en Rock : John Yancey, jr., Marion;
K, T. Howard, Kichmond; B, A. New
land, X. C; E. IW, Brevard, X. C; I. T.
Young, jr., Washington: Dr. Hughes,
Master P. P. Hughes, Master II. A.
Hughes, Ulcnn, N. Y.; J. C. L. Ciudgrr,
W. W. Stringlield, Wnvnesville; W. S.
Kinslow, Haywood; M. L. C.uilger, Cin
cinnati; J. II, Cooper, J. W. Irguion,
Xewtnn; T. A. Lord, Bakcrsvillr; C. W.
Watkins, Ktithrrfordtoti; K. II. P. Chap
man, S. C.i A.J. Dwigle, Tenn.; J. Allen
Whver, Clara Louse KellngR company ; A.
P. Miller, Chicago; W. K. Briscoe and
wile, 8. C; Win. Arthur, Baltimore.
W. C. T. V. CONVENTION.
Some Asheville Ijtdlea Lesvt to
Mrs. E.J. Aston, Mrs. J. E. Nay and
Mrs. Julia A Sluder, left for Atlanta, Ra.,
this morning to attend the annual session
of the nntionnl convention of the Wo
, . man's Christian Temperance Union.
The preliminary exeeulive sessions of
tlie convention were held to-day nnd the
, general officers with the forty-eight vice
. . presidents (presidents of state and terri-
tory organisation ) were in attendance.
The national convention is to lie greeted
with addresses of welcome by Key. J. W.
', Heidt in behalf of the Atlanta, W. C. T.
t U:Rer.J. W.Lee, for the clergy; Mayor
John L. (tlenn lor the city of Atlanta;
- Gov. William J. Northern, for the state
tot Georgia; Mrs. William C. 8ibley
foe the state W. C. T. U. and Mrs. Snllie
, r. Chspin for the south.
vniwiial till a a. m. Krlday
BIlKhtla coolert northerly wind.
Deputy Sheriff H. C. Jones is seriously
F. P. Love left yesterday for a two
weeks' hunting trip to Virginin,
The Baldwin Theatre company will a
pearut the Orand oiera houBe every
night next week,
Mrs. Dr. Wheeler, Mrs. Ella Wilson. .ml
Miss Wilson, of Cincinnati, 0., are at N.
A. Reynolds', on Vood6u street, for the
J. I), Brevard leaves to-morrow for
Shelby to attend the state Baptist con
vention. Mrs. A. 12. Bnird bus gone to Owns
boro to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ward.
She will be absent n month.
J. Nomura, a Japanese from Tokio, is
at the Batterv Dark. He is an artist and
will spend some time in und around
F. A. (trace, the artist who has hern
decorating the C.rnnd opera house left to
day for a short sketching trip to Craggy
Sheriff Reynolds has come to the con
clusion that time and tuxes as well us
tune and tide wait for no man and has
issued a notice to taxpayers to settle up.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Nelson, Reuben Mc
Hravcraml family, J. K. Moore and fami
ly, lind J. A. I'orter are at Shelby in atten
dance upon the North Carolina Baptist
Sheriff Reynolds, of Buncombe, and
Sheriff Cliuniliey. of Madison, meet here
to-morrow to canvass the vote east lor
state senator in th"Sc two counties, coin
prising this district.
The regular weekly meeting of the Ly
ceum will be held to-uiglit in the Barnard
building. The subject lor debute is, "Do
the signs ot the times iudicniclhe subver
sion ol the government
Mrs. M. T. Fitch, M. D., president ol
the hoiisckecis' union, will address the
colored people on the servant questional
the A. M. li. Zion church, on College
street, to-night at 7.H0 o'clock.
The road through the properly ol tin
Asheville Dark and Hotel company, und
leading Irrm South Main street to tin
site ot the hotel on Beaumont Ridge, was
liuishcd to-day and is open to the public.
F. L. Ineobs left to-day lor a visit to
Baltimore. He will lie gone lea days.
During his absence Mr. W. S. Ciishman
will have charge ol ilie business ol the
North Carolina sneiel.i lor the preven
tion ol cruelty to animals.
Messrs. ttwyn West will sell on Sat
unlay next, tlie l.'iih. some valuable fur
niture at public auction ou (trove stieet.
which it would Lcwclltorpurticsdcsiring
myiliing in this line to examine, No
,10'ubt rare bargains are to Is- hud.
All men are invited to attend the meet
ing at the V. M. C. A. to-night. I lie suo
icct is "Almost ruined bv pride:" II
Kings, v. l-l.'i. Rev. C. M. Campliell
will lead the afternoon meeting lor ladies
and gentlemen to-morrow at 4::t0 p. m
With rclcrencc to the change in the
iiours of delivery, bv which the mail from
the north arriving at "1 o'clock p. in. is
not delivered until the following morning.
I'ostmasier Cannon says that thv iiostal
regulations do not allow mail to Ik- de
livered alter dark.
A note to Tiik Crrm :x from Rev. W. S.
V. Ilrvun under tl.iic ol XovvmlN.T 11.
from ftiihmond, Va., savs: "Mv brother
is couiiortuiilc and the surgical oiK-ration
was begun yesterday and will continue
lorseveral ilavs. 1 am with llilll Uav anil
night except long enough to go to the
hotel lor meals nail to receive the calls 01
the many Iricnds who einne to see linn
Mr. John T. Patrick, of Raleigh, will
arrive 111 Asheviile this afternoon. He is
the secretary ol the southern inter-state
immigration association and is coming
lieic to make arrangements with the
committee of citizens recently npioiuted
by the mayor and president of the board
oi trade, with icgard 10 the immigration
convention which meets here in Decem
ber. Alfred II. Baird horn near Mouth ot
Laurel creek, Mtidison county, Nov. 14.
lsKi.jiist torty-seveii years ugo to-morrow.
Wen? to "Lapland," now known
as Marsha!:, county scat ol Madison
soon alter birth. Lived there us child,
youth and young man till war broke out.
iinlistcd und was with Company li, first
North Carolina regiment, in tirst land
battle of war ut Itetln l, Va. With de
tachment of company under Lieut, (treg
orv uud hell ml capture first prisoner ol
rebellion. Ibid various offices in war.
highest being that ol colonel. While
holding this office, in charge of Mountain
rcL'imcut. he and rcuimcnt entered town
in eastern part of stale, with large lumos
ol malaria in systems. Had no ipiinine.
came across bar room with door locked,
asked to lie let m and refused. Boys tried
to knock door down and get next best
thing to oiiiuine but failed. Col. hacked
well trained horse, on w hich mounted, 11 1
to door and at word, aniniul kicked hai
rier down. Very intelligent horse. Mil'
laria left immediately. At close of war
went to Texas the Col. did. Married
Miss A bine T. Robinson in thut state in
lMf.M. Had to go 112 miles on horse
back through Indian country to get li
cense. Cninc hack here in 1K77 und
stayed. Made general deputy collector
ol internal revenue under Cleveland's ml.
ministration. Been connected with po
lice force here some time. Now chief, and
good one, too. Has us little knowledge
of whut being afraid means as any
man in stale. Strong and faithful friend
and liked by all. (mod democrat and
hard worker for party. Has several
children and adorns College street.
Index to New Advertisement)).
AT Al CTlos iwyn m West.
Wantkis J. M. Hj.. Cltiirn iirflt.
OVSTKHS IN THK SlIKLL Htraustt.
H0ANI1IN11 No. 41 Spruce slrrrl.
Hi skka I'acs Ulsacii Mmr. l.nHlale.
EtIKKKA Face Hltseh and trpllary on
-sic. Hhanipoolng mml seslu trrntmcat
until Nov. UO, at No. . North Mnln si
The Atlantic Monthly, for Nuvrmlier,
hat the following excellent table of con
tents: "The House of Martha," I. VIII..
Frank R. Stockton; "Along the Frou
tier of I'rotcus's Realm," Edith M
Thomas: "The Leuend of William
Tell." W. D. MeCrnknn, "The
Bird of Autumn. To ," Annie
Fields: "Rolwrt Morris." Prank (lay
lord Cook; "Championship;" "Felicia,"
X.. Fanny N. U. Miirfree; "A Suc
cessful Highwayman in the Middle
Ages," Francis C. Lowell ; "An American
Hiifhwnvman," Robert H. Fuller; "The
Fourth Canto ol the inferno,'" lohn J
Chapman: "Mnrylnnd Women and
French Officers," Kate Mason Rowland ;
"The Hidden Ornre," A, R,
Ornte: "Over the Tea-cups," XII.
Oliver Wendell Holmes; "Relief
nf Suitors in Federal Courts,
Walter B. Hill ; "The Pate of a Japanese
Reformer," Percival Lowell; "Tlie Christ
In Recent Fiction"; "Virginia and New
England"; "Stedman's Library of Amer
ican Literature"; "The Contributor'
Club"; "Books of the Month."
DR. KEMP P. BATTLE,
He la Pleased With Anttevllle'a
Dr. Kemp P. Battle, president of the
North Carolina State University, has been
spending a day or two with his nephew,
Dr. S. W. Battle, at the Battery Park
He is gratified at the progress Asheville
is making and says he is a great admirer
of the scenerv of the surrounding section.
Dr. Battle has visited the two white
ouhlic schools diinnir his stav here nnd
expresses himself as well pleased with the
school system 01 Asnevuic. nc mis nun
an onoortunitv of exnminiug the liest
systems in the state and says Aslieville's
will compare favorably withnny ol them.
An Old casus on Trial.
The suit for attachment of W. II. Lock
et t & Co., against the Warm Springs
company which has been in the court for
severnl years ami involves .-.."" i ne
ing hear I in the federal court to-day.
L'lms. Price. C. A. Moore. P. A. Cum-
mings nnd F. A. Sondley appear for the
plaintiffs and Jos. S. Adams and Cobb
no .Mcrriniou lur me iicrcmiuiiiB.
Randolph Menl lo Jail.
T. R. Randolph, who was arrested at
lleiiilcrsouville for forging V. S. I.usk's
name to n check and who was wanted
here lor nsinu W. W. Rollins' name in the
same manner, was taken lietorc lisiuire
A. T. Suiiinirv to-dnv. llewinveil exam
ination and wns sent to jail in default of
$5l'0 bond. His lawyers are J. M.
itudgcr and Locke Craig.
Of choice ehinn. for winter trade, are
arriving and living 0K'ned. All are new
and fresh. Tariff increases cost K'r
cent., but prices ure right always at
Law s, 011 South .Mum street.
OiyClarcmont. rear South Main and
Atkiu streets, Mrs. Hunt's piipiiliu
boarding house, has lieen taken bv Miss
llroliuu, of South Carolina, laic of New
York, and is now ready for guests.
Okfick of I
AsiiKvii.t.K Lkiiit ami Powfr Co.,
Asheville, S. C. Nov. 1 3. 1 H'.IO.
Editor The Citizen; Will you please
give notice 10 me Asncviue puony, wuii
we Irive coinpleteii contrncis witn me
two leading electrical compauics 01 tile
world, to wit: The Tnmiison-lloustou
uud the lulls' hi (trneral electrical com-
panics, for the installation ol ma
chinery capable ol supplying two
thousand iiicaadestent lumps, ircul
iarly adopted lor residences, stores,
churches, banks, or offices. Thnl we
have ordered and will soon have erecteil
a comiilete system of wiring lor each set
ol dynamos, and that we propose after
installation is completed, to uirnisn lamps
nlu 11 veil mile uowcl lover 10 c. it. I for all
night, or shorter service, measured b
meter or otherwise as our patrons muv
nreler. at 10 per cent, less than any other
Imnn ride company will offer to render
AsllKVIl.t.E I.1011T: I'ciwkk Co.
Hose lo Travel.
Il is often hard to decide what route to
take when starting on n trip. In order
lo travel with ease, comfort, in style and
safety, always take the tamoiis Cincin-
nnii llinniliiin St Ihivtnn U. U. Thev
liuve the tinesi roud beil in the world.
Run 4H passenger trains n dav between
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Day-
Ion, Toledo nuu Detroit. I lie I'lilliiinn
Velvet Vestibule Line, with Parlor and
liming Cars, and Pullman Velvet Vestl
bulc Sleepers, When going North. North
west or West, he sure your tickets rend
via the C. II. ; D. R. R. Any agent can
sell you, or write to
Wm. A. Wii.i.ivs,
Soutliera Puss. Agt.
P. II. Box 'M, ChattnniHign, Tenn
Cliiirdtnns, niltninlstrntoni and rc-atnr
irr hcrrb.v nulilird li Sinr ill the clerk's
nrticv in oner nnd mnkr srttlenirnls and mvc
eo.t as notli-rs nre alrrndy in the hcrifr's
hand. .1 n v u e cumins in fiefnre tHina nnt
tirtl hv thr slierirl will not be ihnrifrd an
extra cot. Thusr faihnir tu call at uncr w ill
it rlnliily In- drill! with uccrrdtnir to Inw.
W. T. KKV.MiL.llS. Clerk.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION !
I IB Hnturday next, Nov. 1.1th, at II o'clock
a. tn SI the l.vona brick house, tin Orovr
strrt-l. a lame lul ol furniture, consisting In
purl uf Iiurhus, bedsteads, washslands.
si 'CiinartiR, enns, niaii cases, iHiisirrs
nil ms sorinss. toilet aria, tallies, m lars-
numlirr ol clialra, laraM aad many other
tnin- aiso eimainR stnve uoniui.
liuvl.'dlut I'.WVN' A bST, Airrnta.
If YOC W ISH
r.v -THE CITIZEN.
LOOK AT THIS!
FIRST OF THE SEASON.
OYSTERS IN THE SHELL
THE EUROPEAN - RESTAURANT,
WANTKII AN ACTIVR, HdNKST MAN
nnlarv SI IHI monthly If aultalilt, with
opportonitiea for aHvanrr, lo rrnrrarnl In.
eally a rr.Min.lhle New Vork hoaar. Mef r
eneea. Mtai SAi'Tl'Sss. Loek Uos lASr), N. V.
TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad tlrketa hnMffhl. sold and f sehanard
III tran.netlona jrnarnntred. Aeeldrntal In
uram. C. I'. KAY, Tkket Broker, oi.po.lte
Real E.tate Agent.
AND I.OAK HROK MM,
I NORTH MAIN IT., (MORaaN'IIOOKnOnt)
Money loaned aad well areand at M permit.
Meal Batata hoafttit and sold at pahlle aad
p rival. ..It. Menu eolleetrd. I eondueted a
Real Hstate and Aactlon baslneae la Charles
ton, B. C, tea years, and will rle prompt
attentltHi to all baalatss pat Ifl my eharsv,
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN
Many departnii'iitH too full, honee tin' Hliuiu'liter. Now
is the time to iifclinse. A fount for nhopjierH : the most
elegant and complete stock to select from. No off Btyle.
shopworn, miction house trash here. Look at the bar
gains we offer. th prices we nnnn :
Ten thousand yards 40 inch Tricot Flannel Di-ess Goods,
worth (i(rc., for 2."c a yard ; 5,000 yards (iiiighains, worth
8)jie. anywhei-e. 5c: 2,000 yards Semper Idem Hlenched
Muslin, 8c; 5 cases prints, cost i!ic., at 5c; all our cotton
checks at 4c; 1M dozen Towels at 1.50 a dozen, worth
Hf.'l.OO: 75 cent. Linen Da mask for 50c; 5 eases I ted Flan
nel, twilled or plain, a littl" over half jricc;:t00 Honey
comb guilts at 75c. see them;!H dozen Napkins, big
value at 1.25:100 dozen unlaundered dollar Shirts for
50c: 200 dozen lied Flannel Shirts for :t7!ic Cut rates on
Handkerchiefs, Hose, (Jloves and Corsets, Hargahis in
Embroideries, Torchon and other Laces. Immense value;
in Furs, Muffs, Boas and Capes. Our Cloak and Wrap de
partment immense. We are alarmed about the quantity,
hence the prices almost cut in two. If low prices will do it
we intend to reduce our stock fast. Monday morning the
sale commences, 'tis now in progres; read this and run to
No. 11 Pattoti avenue. What
fore you get there, for prices
naugh is in his glory when he
linery department still booming; more work than we can
do: not soliciting any trade for it at present, but will try
, .in . i . t
ami nu urgent orders itir our reumr uursiuiurin.
A cyclone has struck our stock; prices take a tumble
Hurrah for the cut rate sale at
No. ii Patton Avenue.
jtiDKY (JOOI)S. MILLINERY AND CAKlETS.-"iMl
Oold. Hilver, Ivory, Oak. Ollt and ComM
nation MtmldinK. Alao Koom Muuldlnira.
Ik'nrra Matted. Mounted an Pramrd at
lnwet prirea and work annranteed. Rnarar
lna. I'nintinva and Local Vtewaalwaya on
a 8. Main St., Asheville.
arte is d
Kdttur Aabcvllle ClUarai
Thai oar maajr ftieada may know now we
are grltlnc oa w. will stau that we look In
In Hotel and atort
19,000 In Vive Week.
Took la laat Saturday ovee $700. 7 ol
that was houl. balance stni. Hotel reais
tered 28 that day. Had 6.0O0 arrival, la
A moalh.. Oar .U ek Is mammoth Hoo Iret
lone and IS feet wide. Tell the balance of
ihe world to com aad at "Old Ched" smile,
aad bay foods of as sad save 10 to ad per
nnil. dtf . It. CHBItftHTKH ft HON
MME. M. FRaE SMITH,
lair from New Vork, Is sow prepared to do
Ihe very beat la artl.lle millinery, will make
over all kind, of hats snd bonnet. Iatest
material. oed to the most oraetteal advant
an IMraae call at 87 South Main St , ovee
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE SAUtAOE A SPECIALTY.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, N fATTON AVE., (T. M.C.A. ROOMS. )
Opra dally, eseept aaadays, trom to a. as,
uatit I p. at., and 6 aalll T p.
The terms of anbarrlptloa are: one year
9i mo.., ft.AOi 8 mns., 81 1 1 mo., A0ets.i
Officers tor lawu-llvaldent, Charles W.
Woolseyt Vtce-I'rraldrat, Thoa. A. Joneai Bee.
aad Tmaarer, II. . Watson i Librarian. Mlaa
B. J. Hatch
Cltlsrae and visitor, are eurdially lavlterl
tn laapret la catalogs aad laarrtb IhHt
aamea aa ate mnrra. aamaitr
The innn who went out to
milk mid mit down on boul
der in the awhile of a punt ure
nnil waited for the cow to
back up to him, was the eld
est brother of the man who
kept store and did not adver
tise, Iteca use he reasoned tha t
the purchasing public would
bark up to his place when it
The Aftheville Daily and
Wkkkly Citikkn covers WeHt
ern North Carolina.
ltnjr I,lndrT'l Gnld
iC S CtaV
FOR THIS WEEK.
IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE.
you wunt maybe gone be
make things move. Mim-
sells goods cheap. Our Mil
i . ,..... ...........
8 CAR LOADS
FRESH VIRGINIA LIME
Mortar Color Red, Black.
Terra Cotta, by the Cask
or In any Quantity.
C. E. MOODY,
Ofllce No. 30 Patton Avenue,
THLUPHONB NO. so.
Vanl aad Warejioaa. near lieiiot. Tele
AT A LIVELY RATE
Men'a Pnlta from 84 to 88A.
Hoy'. Nulla from 81.80 to 818.
Men' Overcoats from 88.no to Sao.
Hoy's Overcoats from 8I.T8 to 817.BO.
Of aay tort for men or boys,
(UTS. TRUNKS, SHOES ANO UMBRELLAS.
C. 0. BLANTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. West Cmrl Bqaan,
ASsHIiVILLE, M. C, .
83W and S80 West Halllmors Mtrtst, Haiti
I . v. 1 1 I I ; i I i ji i-.a ..1 j ..
ICE RATES FOR
In iiiiantltlra not less Hunt one ton at fiictnry......
In iiintntitii'S not ess thrin one half tun at luetor;
aoo iiDiinils, 30 tickets, 111 pouiuls each
turn .. o in " "
TOO " -H " 25
Tno in " bo
lOOO IO " Illll
Tickets tn dollar packages nnd unv quuntlt.r
our olflee for cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
- I'ur alr ni Whtrtt-mtU' nnd Krtall y
ASHEVILLE ICE AND CO A I- COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
UkcIiiivc Aucntu l lliimmtlc and Sleam i lor Wtrti ni North Carolina
IT NEVER RAINS,
llut it iioiira. und when it dm-, rnln rem.utlH'r thnt my nimortiiiciit of Cmhrcllns la the Inn:
eat In Ah"vllle. If you diui't lielleve It just H'mlce ut thr mnMu llernt didiijr now on eh.
Iilllou'ln my window.' I would hUci call your ntlenlion to the follnwIiiK ne.v rowIs recrived
lnt week : A new lot of neck wear in hunt hu i. f.r evenlnn iv. nri also In bat department
a line of huts in three different aliudea in the "eveninn nun." haie thut la so fnhliinnlili-
, F. E. MITCHELL,
. I. Mcl.orH, Vice-Prea
tnsscToss: lwia Madd
Jdu. Ml HrrSlden.
o. 11. area. ueu. a. rowrii. u. M Mcuoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
-lrtinnird Mnv IhHm.
Htattr, County ami
Lkea a General Hknkia Buinnw. IchiiiHk
lertinn madr on all arcrsMlble uotnt. Tbe
Onull mmi in this department. depolted inr
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
ttpecial attention irlveu to loan on real entatc,
Open from 9 am. to 3 p. in. On Saturday thr ttavlntf lpnrmrnt wi" hrnttrn ti'l . .
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THORUI GHLV
Taeoty-ftve yean ot practical expeiience, rnniMned with pknwka, attention to all 0:
talli of the hnlne and perfect arranucnient fur clhanlinkci d rtiMiTv of all svia
mannfactttred, enable the proprietor to prr-ent to hl nuwurruup patmnn a mieritr elaiut
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons
Otnavr Ale and aUilw various flavor, of hiiaVATRR reartv lor hipmrat ann, v-'"
free In City limits. Out of town order, muat have sksponsisi.b relerence.
f. H. CAMPBII.I.
On the A. & H. Railrond, Kifcr'tt Mile South of Aehevillc.
If ynu are tookinir for n pine
why don't you mrc about
The 1rt minrnil wnu-r mm
irrnnd vU'wn, 'imhI iuhHi Iv- II
liu NtlW f I'rtiTi will k up
Take Train tut nl 9.10 A, SI.KHre
I'Klili Kl'Tl lilil-.H. City
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlEht Mllca South of Atshevlllc. on the A. 8. Railroad.
New hotels, sew cottage., new furniture, beautiful Kroves.nrat troaie and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur. Alum, Maimcaia, Iron and lipaom. Those areklaK health and ik-r,w w.
elect society will not fall to vl.lt thia ,lcuunt reaort and drink or Ita healla( wstrt,
Aubcvllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manafactunmi aad UfNlcra In all UaU of Drcwcd
Door, Hash, Blinds. Moulding, Stairwork, Mantels., Baatak
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building Material.,
Hard Wood Lumber Work a SpeciaJWy.
noy 14dly Tclrphoue No. a.
SMUT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for ita Purity.
We deliver to all parta of tbe city our own Bottling Bsoort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our lierr la Sent si a temperature of 40 ilrnrees and we guarantee jon a fresh article alt
Slltimes. THK TKAHB Ht'l'HLIHU FROM ,
THK UKADINW '
v WINK .. AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN THK HTATIt.
FINK HAMFLli AND U1LX1AM.U KUU3I.
I. 4. 88 ABOK ASSIST. MaTr.
FOR BALE BY-.
Aheville, N. C.
Dr. B. P. Arrlnitton,!
Plllln. teeth . aprel.lty. also treatl.K dls-
easrd sum., and all dlie.M pertaining lo
the denial atrm ture. Office rooma na W
...40e. per hundred
of l- uisy tie obtained from drivers and st
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
a8 Patton Ave.
. H. RANKIN, Cashier
M. I. faun. I. K. li.-.nkln. I. II. Kit. I. B. krr I
m-ctveil. Bch' iiife bunicht and aold. C'it
Savtns I'rHture wilt receive fpedal attvniioi..
Umr mootita pi Inntcei. intrrcHi nt tin v f
wtilch wHI It aced tor lona time on rkt
II1.THREI. on tbe Prcnifae.
for n home or an inveatrictit
in KHt variety. l.vrvi loiw,
mm think of IiiiyIdk wliv nut
nml cu WAl'lD. V
si Centa r Drive Monlh 8 Mllea
A.vnt. UH Pntton Ave.
Near PassetiKet Itscpot.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 416.
MATTRESS MAKER UPHOLSTERER
cor. Ksilt aad Vailejr atmts.
mSS? 'm".? 8?oo 'mSt
mB.jtr J" SJtl,?a lonVydTlil? n?.u.
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