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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 18m).
MR. JOHN T. PATRICK TAI.Kal
Orlitln of Ilie Inlerntate Atmocla
Hon - AdvertlHliiir the Kntlre
Huulli-II U OoiiiK Good Work.
Mr J. T. Patrick, of Raleigh, tlie ex
ecutive acent of the southern iuU-r-HtuU-t
iiiiiiiinratioii ussociation which holds it
convriitiou here in December, wi here
last niKht. He arrived onthe:2a o'clock
train from Kakij;li anil was met at the
ileuot bv memlKTS of the local committee
with whom he held a conlerenee. He
returned to K;iliij;li last niht.
Mr. Tatrii k was si-en by the Till-: ClTl
ziiN last uicht and talked verv freely con
ceruinj; the nssoci. 411011.
"The origin of the association" he said,
"was in the illnvts of individual southern
States, to induce initninration from the
north and west as well as from the old
world, to occupy their lands, and to de
elop lh.-ir resources. What is now n
sironu organisation, liqjmi in individual
cll'oris through the immigration depart
ments of the several southern states.
"The interstate iiuuiiKrnliou bureau
was loimed at Montiiomerv, Ala , in
Hivcmbcr Issh. The delegates to this
mcetitiM were .ipp"intcd by the govern
or of the southern states, the county
eiiiniuisioncrs, mayors of cities, cham
bers of coin mcree and boards ot trade,
and as far as possible were clothed with
power to act for tlie bodies winch they
"The active part ol 'the southern inter
state imiiiivraiion nssueiation consists
"I an executive committee, one man
li 0111 eaeli slate, chosen by tile conven
tion 011 recommendation of the delegates
Ironi the slate. 1 lie duet ol tin com
niittee is Col. H. Chilton, of Austin
"Since its organization the bureau has
penciled a svslematte plan ol co-oicra-lion
which was cndorsid by u committee
appointed bv the several states last year,
ami through thccoininissioucrsot organi
zation, the plan is I tine, put into practi
cal oK'ratnn. A h.unlsome exluiiil 01
southern pn-dticls has Ikvii ctdlected and
exhibited in the southern states and in
Canada, New York, Maine, Indiana.
Michigan and Pennsylvania. This com
mittee is thoroughly advertising tin
southern resource in various other
"instructions were also given by the
convention at Montgomery to the execu
tive committee to arrange some plan
wherebv the exporting and importinc,
that naturally ln-l.it. p 10 southern ports
should. tn- dim led to their proier cliau-lu-ls,
to ciicoitr.ige our native ieoplc to
develop the natural resource of their re
spective sn nous. Merchants who now
pay ireiuht from Hosion, New York, I'hil
mMphi.i or It.il'.imore. by rail or steamer,
to the south, will, when the importing i
doiu w the eolith, rn cities lie saved t hi
la-iijit. J'heii co-os-ratiou will liemx-es-
saiy and they must plidge their patron
ai;i to ihe imporlirs. This will save
thonsands 01 dollars to the south.
"o tar bin one -.late lias Ih-cii fully nr
.-.-iiikk!, thcst.i'eol Florida. Tl' govern
or ami bo.ird of iuimigration of that
sta e were most favorably impressed
v till tiu- pt-in ami not only indorsed it it.
the hilusi term: but on the pan of the
s'ate, ei'ii in ssioucd Mr. Von leiison.thi
ehiel elet k ot the iuimigration depart-
UKttt to iiivi,mii.itiv coniuussioiiir otoi-
gani.ation to points lliroiigliout iht
stale and assist 111 organization ot tin
"Not 11 miijjc town visited has rcluseil
"The nrganixntion is similar to board?
ol Hade or chainlnrs of eouinierif, ami
hi 11 those organizations exist the com
mission present the work to them am!
ihey have joined without a single inst auci
to the lontrary. The cost i regulated m
cordiug to the number of inhabitant ol
a city. A charter lee of 1 clunged.
"The iiiouev is used principally lor the
advertising mud to direct the alteiiliou
ol t lie in, rih mill foreign countries to tin
Smith. 1 Inly enough 1 irtaiued to keep
up the excuse ol the central organiza
tion. It will take two vear to thor
oughly organize the entire south o the
K-oplc may U-giu to realize the benefit
which w ill certainly come it an organiza
tion i nTleclcd. CM course the usefulness
lo some pnrtsof the south will lie secured
in a less time,
"A iniililxr of the organizations that
have Iseu piructed have gone to wort,
in real earnest anil an doing much good
" I he general manager authorized nu
to issue a circular letter to the mavor 01
tin- southern cities calling attention to
tin convention of lS'.lli mid asking them
10 make propositions, ami I did so. The
Ik-si propositions lor holding the conven
tion were received Ironi Charleston, S.
C, Charlotte, N. C, and Asheville, up
to the Jill h ol 1 ii toiler. Asheville making
the Ik-si hid. Charlotte next, and Charles
'I was dinned by Mr. Chilton nt that
time lo call the convention lit the place
making the best bid, as the time was
" flic IK-ople of Asheville are iustlv en
tilled to it mid 1 have no fear that they
will do ireibt to the south, to the Stall
and to the city.
tl'.l 1HIOM HKHKRTKII.
I liiiil Acllournment of the Fed
Argument in the ease of V. It, l.oekrli
.S: Co.. against the Warm Springs com
piniv in the federul court was finished
yesterday afternoon. Judge liick re
serves his decision.
The suit (or ejectment of . li. llrown
against Jos. Iiuekett mill others,
was taken up on a transcript
Ironi the 1 1 ansylvnnin tiierior
court lint Indue iMck new that
the suit was out of his jurisdiction mid
it was remanded to thcrourt from which
it enine. V. h. I.usk, C. A. Moore nml
I', A. Cui'iiuiiiLis aiMieared for the iilnin
till mid Jones .V Shuforil nml Mr, Nor
wood, nt nvnesvillclor the defendants
Court nitioiirnril lor the session nt 12
o'clock und thcotlicerslelt for their homes
011 the two o'cloik train.
J, K. l'ritchaid, of l-lk Park, Mitchell
county, was Appointed nt a commis
sioner of the Icilerul court 111 and for the
western district. He it authorized to
take acknowledgements, allidavilt mill
bad ill I nitcil State easel.
KICV. J. P. UAMMON.
He Will Preach at the Prcabvlerl-
an Church Hundajr.
Rev. J, P. Gammon, of Richmond, Vn,
will preach nt the First Presbyterian
church Sunday morning. It it with greut
plenture that Till! Citukn welcomes Mr.
Gammon upon this, his first vitit to Athp
'"ville, since he ceased to be the pattor of
tint church. Hit return at this time it
upon invitation to supply the pulpit dur
ing the absence of Rev. Mr. Bryan who it
In Richmond. . He will doubtless not
many changes In the church and in the
community since he left, four year ago,
but he will find the friendship of past
yenrl ttill freth and strong and the
change that have taken place improve
' mentt and sign of progret.
ForecHHt till 8 a. III. Saturday
IiicrvaHlntf cloudlnvHM and rain 1
no cliaimt! In temperature 1 north
Policeman J. H. Worsely is recovering
from an attack of sickness.
A. C. Link, it prominent mcrchunt of
Hickorv, is in the city on business to-day.
Miss Rose Chnpmnm has gone to Sher
man, Texas, where she will spend several
The mayor and board of aldermen meet
in rcgulnr" wceklv session at the muvor's
office to-night at 7;30.
Mis Jessie Williams is visiting her
cousin, Mrs. A. M. Ilounie, in Camden,
N.J., where she will spend the winter.
On Monthly evening next, nt the Ven
verville college, Prof. J. N. Ingram will
lecture on "the wild aborigines of the
Cen. P, M. H. Young is in the city for n
dnv or two superintending the brick pav
ing work on North Court sipiiirc. The
brick laying is progressing rapidly.
The city water was turned oil' again
about S o'Vlock last night but was turn
ed on this illuming. The supply will
probably lie kept up now. Thevalvehas
not yet come.
The crazy colored woman who hasbeen
around Asiicvillc for some time, anil who
refuse to give her name wa arrested on
I'nlton avenue t hi afternoon for trying
to appropriate tonic good from a More.
1.1. I. Suitle reached thiscity this morn
ing accompanied by his son, Joseph Sm
ile, who attempted suicide at V.,ke For
est college recently. The young man was
la ken to his father's home in Kanioth.
ilia condition is improving.
Mat lolnison, n colored woiinn xvas
lined So for an ussault on Iininm Hum,
also colored, in the innyor't court this
morning, llcorgc oliuon, colored, lor
cruel treatment to 11 dog was fined otic
pennv and the cosls, amounting to
The inonthlv meeting of the Y, V. C.
T. I', wa held at the Y. M. C. A. hub
vesterday nlteruoon und the postponed
election ol : president was held. Miss
l.nura McLoud wa elected, to succeed
Mr. M. li. Carter, whote term had ex
pired. Report from the various
branches ol the King's Daughters were
Mrs. M. T. Fitch. preidcnt of the Ashe
ville houscKccpcrs' union, addressed the
colored ptople on the servant Ctietinu
at the A. M. li. Zioii church last night. A
large nuinlier were present. Mrs. Filch
pointed out the object of the union as
lar as the servants are concerned und
showed the ways in which it would ben
efit tlicni. Pastor Jacob ol the ion
church, who is in lavorof the movement,
also spoke- Hie servants signified their
desire to have time to consider the mai
ler and the meeting adjourned lor two
.4 l-'OX IX AHIIKVII.I.i:.
lie Is CHOIiired While Hlitht-Mee-Inn
oil I'allou Avruuv.
Some members ill the police force wiw
a large red lot 011 Pulton avenue early
this morning. They gave chase to the
animal and he was caught in theentrmiiv
10 the basement under Redwood' store
Later 1 lie lox was taken out the Rich
mond Hill road ton point near the city
limits mid lilicraictl. About three-fourths
of an hour alter the lox wa loosed a
parte ol mouiilid horsemen, among
whom wercC. I. Hlunton, J. Illaiitoii. Y.
P. Hl.inlon. A. t'. ll.dlybtii'ton, J. Lange,
V. R. (indcer, W. tt. 'llarnard. n. Al
cxandei, II. II. While, J. M. Fdwnrils
.mil James Palmer, the lat three tnein-luisi-f
the poliit- lorce, with n nuniUi
of li.x hound started utter him.
His licet running outdid that of the
hound mid alter a chase of several miles,
joiug as lar down ns lien. K. it. Vuucc's
tiirni on the French llroad. the dog
wire called oil and the bunt iibiindoned.
The Week of Praaer mt Ihe V. M.
The meetings being held nt the Y M.
C. A. rooms during the week of prayer
are well attended and are arousing con
siderable interest among the voung men
of Asheville. There have lieen a large
number of rcipirst for prnver nt these
meetings ami ulsiut n dozen prolcssion
The milling to-night will be nt H
o'clock. The subject is: Knowing what
he ought to do but reliising. Mark X:
1 7. All men are invited.
HI HIMK.HH NUTICICH.
Of choice china, for winter trade, nrv
arriving and Ix-iiig oienrd. Alt are new
and fresh. Tarill increase cost 2't ier
i-cnt., but price are right always at
i.aw , on nouin .iain tircri.
xT'Clnrcmont, rear South Main and
Atkin streets, Mrs. Hunt't isipular
boarding house, hat been taken bv Mis
llrohiin, of South Carolina, late of New
York, and i now ready lor guestt.
(11 i'ick or I
AsllKVII.I.K I.MillTAXII I'OWKM Co..!
Asheville, N, C, Nov. 1.1, IH'.IO.
llilitor The Citizen Will you pleim
give notii-e to the Asheville public, that
we h'lve completed contracts with the
two lending electrical eompnnte of the
world, to wit: The Tnninn-lloiitton
and the liilison C.enrrnl electrical com
pnnict, for the inslullnlion ot ma
chinery cnpnlile of supplying two
thousand inciindrment lauis, pecul
iarly adopted tor rrsideneet, store,
ehuahes, hunks, or ollicet. That we
have ordered nml will toon have erected
a complete system ol wiring for each set
ot dynamos, and that we proxc after
installation iscompleled, loturnihtiiniMi
ol niiycmiuir powei lover 10 c. p. I lor nil
night, or shorter service, measured bv
meter or otherwise at our pntroni mnv
prefer, at 10 per cent. Iet than any other
bona fide company will oiler to render
Very Kctprct fully,
AsllKVII.LR LlllllT HC I'OWKN Co.
How to Travel,
It it often hard to decide what route to
take when Hurting on a trip. In order
to travel with rne, eomlort, in style and
tafetv, always take the Inmnu lutein-
nnti, Hamilton N Dayton K. K. They
have the finest roiid lied in the world.
Run 4H passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Iniliannpolit, Lnirago, Day
ton, Toledo and Detroit. The Pullman
tr-i . 1 . :t...i 1 : 1. 1. 11 I
vcivcfc eiiuuiv biiic, Wi,n rsimi snu
billing Cart, and Pullman Velvet Vetti
bule Sleepers. When going North, North-
west or West, be ture your tkketa read
via tlie C. H. tt U. K. K. Any agent can
II you, or write to
Wm. A. WmoiN.
Southern Past. Agt.
P, 0. Box 3(l, Chattanooga, Tenn
Indeat lo Mew Advertlaetmetiia
NuTim-W, H. MatnM.
CAtls Dr. A. Crawlunl.
Pi.ont awwtwtter Mill Co.
Wiitino BCMOoL I, Vt. Orayao
Huuia Balilwll TketUr
la There Anv One Here That
Von Know 7
Sivammaoa : -Geo. M. Adams, Ivy,;
II. R. Jonrt, Cincinnati; G. Halloway,
Louisville: M. II. Cbulkley, Richmond;
. C. Mayfield, Richmond; L. F, Solo
mon, New York; J. w. Aiwerton, Kien
mond ; T. C, Fry, Boston ; T. C. Hicks,
Glen Rock : F. S. Culver, St. Louis; J.
L, Grnham, Chattanooga ; J no. Linly, S.
C; O. II. Blocker and wife. Old Fort, N.
C; Mrs, Miller, Marion, N. C; F. S.
Chewning, Winston, N. C; F.M. Steams,
Ilerco, II.; A. Bonnet, Louisville, .; C.
A. Lowry, Knoxvillc; H. M. Rogers,
Philadelphia; B. E. Hamlin, Scrntou,
Pa.; C. A. I lege, Winston, N. C; J. M.
Hyde, Bushncll, N. C.
(artery Par Itaoc A. Hopier, An
drew A. Henderson, Jns. I. Barr and
wife, Geo. S. Miller, E. Wolfe. K. Dunone,
New York; Mrs. M. E, Burkhardt, Miss
Ferris, Benj. Miller, H. J. Greer, Phila
delphia; Chat. Whitticr. Boston; P. 0.
Wcsttcldt, New Orleans; B. E. Tomblin.
Mcxi.., Tex.; ;T. B. Allen and wife,
ltrooklvn; Jno. T. Patrick, Raleigh; C.
P. Allston, Flat Rock; Horace S. Os
borne, Newark, N. J., Jot. Pettijohn nml
vile, Augusta, Gn.: P. M. II. Youii,
Georgia; J. R. Barton, Cincinnati; C. G.
(.'raw Central: G. II. Gallnher,
Sweetwater, Tenn.; Dr. Reynolds. N. C;
W. W. Stiiiigfield, Waynetville; Mrs. B.
P. Buslmell, Danville, N. V.; II. E.Jacob,
Knoxvillc; A D. Smith, Charlotte, N. C;
. C. Link, II. C. Latta, Hickory; P. i.
Edmunds, Savnnnnh; T. C. Williams,
Raleigh; L. F. Sunells. Biltmore; F. S.
Chewning, Winston, N. C; no. Hurt,
Greenville, S. C; J110. L. Davis, Wavnes
ville; James Hlvthc, Cherokee, N. C.i N.
L. MeCamlliss, Mossy Creek, Tenn.; Jno.
l.oohev, Boston; R.' F. Price, Greens
boro; J. F. Jewitt, Richmond ; J. W. Reed.
Greensboro; Geo, Young, Coopers; . li.
White, N. C.
HI IIHCHIPTION LINT OPKSIKU.
Nones lor Mr. Hunnlcutt May be
Left With The CUIxen.
T. C. Startles and N. P. Chedester.
realizing the verv great need of Mr. E. L.
Iluuiiieutt who i in New York with his
daughter, having her treated for a mad
dog bite, have each contributed one dol
lar toward pnying the necessary ex
Mr. Iluumcutt has no money ami is so
closely confined with hi little girl that
lie has no time to earn anything. All
who led disputed to aid in this very
worthy cntise may leave their contribu
tion lit Tun Citukn office. No. 0 north
Baldwin Theatre Company,
On Monday evening next the Baldwin
Theatre company willcommenccn week's
engagement nt the Grand opera house.
A rcerloirc consisting of the following
plays will tie presented: ii.'incv Mine.
"Two (Indians," "Oueen' Eviiieuee,'
"Monte Criio." "The Dnnile" and "A
Celebrated Case." Particular a lieu lion
is paid to cost nines, special scrncrv. und
proKrlics. The prices will lie 15, l!."i. 35
ami ."n eenis and the bill will be changed
J. F, uratea Wlna the Medal.
Mr. J. F. Grave won the Rcvnolds
medal at the weekly content ol the Ashe
ville Rifle team. The score made were
as follows: I. P. Graves. Kl; f. L. ohn
stl : C. V. Mnlonp. HO: ll. I.. Kev.
Hold. Mil; G. W. Cannon, 7:1; II. U.
Weaver, i J.
(erTGui Reynolds will be obliged to the
gentleman who borrowed his limiting
coat mid leggint, if he will return them
to hit house, No. a J, noodhn street.
The Cnlrnrfsr eommltlrr mrris lo mnrrttw
I 4 p. m. W. II MAI UNH,
I W. llniua, of Marlon. N. C . will b-iin
h wnunt M-I10..I i Nrwlon'i Aeailrniv. Hllt-
morr. ix. 1.., ptorrmmr 1 f, imwu. terms. i
ti.r trn tlaya.
,VKHKA I'air lllrarh tnd IWp'lorT on
A-'snlr. lmitip.Milni tnd vli trrntmeflt
uotu xnr yo, ml jxu. v. orin Mnin hi.
nuviaillw MMU I.ANhhALR.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION !
on rtntunUv nrit, Nn, lAth, at 11 o'clntk
n. m m thr l.yon brick hnuar, im Ortivr
Ntn-rt. ii mrnr lot of furnitur. cmUt(oit in
purl f iMtrrnut, Imlitrnda, m hti imli,
m trtMinrtlfo, rrtM1i. mattrciwif , bolntrr.
ntloMri ir.nii. tuilrt aria. tllr. a !.
numltrr of rhalra, lamp and man? otlur
nutl3ilut l.WV.N ft WliHT. Atfrnta.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ROOMS S AND . M'AFEI lUILDINa
RESIDENCE, M OROVE STREET.
ANK VOI R GROCKR
EVERY SACK IS 6UARANTEE0 I
msiiricTi-asD v tii
Awectwater mill Company
mivl k ila
One Solid Week.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17,
SATURDAY MATINEE, t P. ,
THE BALDWIN THEATRE COMPANY,
In tht following ft t pert o! rat
Onlky IMnvr, Two Orvn, Unm't
dencv, MnnU Cliato, Cffrtttrl4 Caat,
Ttw DaattM, Wtlta-Farfio.
CHANQC OP BILL NIGHTLY.
AdmlMlo, 16, M, 8 aad 50 cmta
rata on sale al J P. Rawrer't, N.l PaU
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE.
Many dt'pnrtiiH'iitH too full, honce tho Hlu-UKlitor. Now
isthetimo to invlinso. A feast for shoppers; the most
elegant and coinplcte stock to select from. No off style,
shopworn, auction house trash here. Look at the bar
Rains we offer, the prices we nann:
Ten thousand yards 40 inch Tricot Flannel Dress (Soods.
worth OOc, for 'J.'m'. a yard ; 5,000 yards (HnRhanis, worth
Hc. anywhere, "c; 2,000 yards Semper Idem Blenched
Muslin, 8c; 5 cases prints, cost )c, at ."e.; all our cotton
checks at 4c; 1H4 dozen Towels at l.SO a dozen, worth
:f:i.00; T"i cent. Linen Dn111a.sk for 50c; 5 cases Ked Flan
nel, twilled or plain, a little
comb Quilts at 75c, see them ; 5)8 dozen Napkins, bij'
value at 1.25; 100 dozen unlaundered dollar Shirts for
50c; 200 dozen Ked Flannel Shirts for !J7!4c Cut rates on
Handkerchiefs, Hose, Gloves and Corsets. Bargains in
Kmbroidcries, Torchon ami other Laces. Immense value
in Furs. Muffs, Boas and Ciims. Our Clonk 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 progress rend this und run to
No. 11 Tat ton avenue. What you want maybe gone be
fore you get there, for prices make things move. Mim
naugh is in his glory when he sells goods cheap. Our Mil
linery department still booming; more work than we can
do; not soliciting any trade for it at present, but will try
and fill urgent orders for our regular customers.
A cyclone has struck our stock; prices take a tumble
Hurrah for the cut rate sale at
No. 11 Patton Avenue.
Mr DltY GOODS. MILLINKItY AND UAKI'KTS.
Oold. HIItct, IvorT, link. OUt and Combt.
nation Mouldtnua. Ainu Room MnuhlinK.
PrCturm Matted. Mounted and Prnmrd at
lowrat pricta and work Kunrantred. KngraT
hiffa. Painting and Loval View alwaya on
a S. Main St., Aafaevllle.
IMItor Aakeellle CltlMt:
That oar aor Mrnils nir hnuw huw we
are avttlna ot we will atatc that we touk la
la Haul aad ttort
f 9,000 In vive Week.
Took la laat Haianlar orrr 7iM). 78 of
that waa houl, balanrr aton. Houi mrls
umj 28 that day. Had 6.000 arrival! In
5 aioatba. Oar tt k la mammoth 3iK Irti
loai aad 16 Irrl wM. Tell thr balance of
tat world to come and art "Old Chrd" anllc.
aad bay goods of wa aad aara 10 to as per
nnvlr) dtf . . CHRIIHTRR HON
MME. Hi FRAC SMITH.
late from New York. I now prepared to do
Ihe very beat la antatlr millinery. Will make
overall kmdi of baia and bonneta. Lateat
material a aaed to tbr moat practical advant
a llraac call at S7 aoutk Mata ttt . ore?
taw'a at ore.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, M PATTON AVL, (T.M.C.A. N00NI. )
Open dally, etcapt daadaya, from 10 a.
nnlil I p. and 6 aatll T p.
Tht larma of tnhampttua art: One year
ti.t aoa f I.AOi S tan., (1 1 1 mo., Anna,
Omirrt for I NW- Hrewdeal, Chartet W.
Wm.lace 1 Vkt-rmMnl, Thna. A. Jonra : Nrr
aad Treaaarar, 0. . Wataoa 1 Uhrarlaa. Mia
H. j. Hatch.
Cltlaena and vlaltnra art cordially Invited
tu In-pert Ihe rnialoana aad Inacrltw thrlr
Him aa mrmnera. an iikm I
The Atlantic Monthly, for Suvrmlirr,
ha the following c tctllrnt tank? of con
tra!: "The Honor of Martha," t. VIII.,
Prank R. Btorktnn; "Along the Fron
tier of Proteus' Kenlm," lidith M.
Thotnaa; "The Legend of Wlllinm
Tell," W. D. McCrtkan, "The
Bird of Autumn, To Annie
Fklrft: "Ktihert Morrit." Prank C.nr
lord Cook; "Champinnhiii" "Pelicin,"
X., Pannr N. U. Miirfree; "A Hue
ceaaful HlKhwayman In the Mitlille
Airra, ' Franrlt C. Lowell; "An Amerk-an
lliKhwavmsn," kolirrt II. Puller; "The
Fourth Canto ol the 'Inlemo,'" lohn J.
Chimanj "Maryland Women and
French Offiirrt," Kntt Mnton Knwlaml i
"The Hidden Grave." A. R.
(;niti "Oirtr tht Tea-coot." XII..
Oliver Wendell Molmet; "Relief
of Rultort in Federal Cnurtt,"
Walter B. Hill) "The Pat of a lapnnete
Reformer." I'errlval Lowell! "TbeChriat
In Recent Fiction") " Virginia and New
liniiland": "Htedman't Library of Amer
ican Literature"! "Tht Contributor'
Club"; "Book t of the Month."
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8 CAR LOADS
Morlur Color Red, Black
Terra Cotta, by thcCapk
or In any Quantity.
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TKLUI'HONH NU. U.
Vanl and Wareituaaat near IMpot. Tele
ATA LIVELY RATE
Men's PalU from to 8.
floy'a tnlta from l .00 to lfl.
Mea'a Overcoata from $ SO to .K.
Hov't Overcoata from tl.Tt to 1 7. nil.
Of aay tort for mea or boyt.
HATt, TRUsKI, IHOEI AND UMBnELUt.
C. 0. BLANTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. Wett Court quart,
ASHEVILLB, N. C,
39 aad 830 Weat BaltJmort treat, Baltl
. J. 4 ,kiw..'j!at. pnn.'ilf.WiJC-r m C'jiaV.wtiLat''
I.SVfJ VILLI: AHVIiKl MKMW.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In qunntltirn not leaa than one ton at factory 0c. per hundred.
In quimtltiea not Iciia than one hiilf ton at factory Ac. ' "
.TOO pountla, ail tlcketa, 10 pounda each V3.no
6110 So " 10 " " f oo
700 2H 2ti " " B.oo
7B0 " lft " HO " 8 OO
tooo " to too " a.oo
Til-Hot in dollar incknKi-s and anv iiuunllty of Ice may be obtained from driven and at
our office for caah or tickcta.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
or imic Mt whnlrMnlr nml Retail liy -
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
UicluHivt- Avrnta 1 Domeatic unit Htcani i lor Wrutirn North Carolina
IT NEVER RAINS,
Hut it pourn, nnrl wlun It doc rnln remt-miwr thnt my nnwortmcnt of Umbrellua in the Inni
Mt In Anhevillf. If you ilon't Iwllcve it just nt the manii (.cent dlnplay now on cshl
bition In my window. 1 would nlno cull yuur attention to thr Co' lowing nc.v icoodi received
lu.t wet-k : A new lot of ntrkweur In Hk'nt nlm i f r cvcnidK wtar; mo in but department
a line of hiittt In three different nhadei in the "cveninK "tin," rttac that it to fanhionnlile
F. E. MITCHELL,
Men's Outfitter. 28 Patton Ate.
LBWI8 MAIIIIUX. I'rra I., r. McLUI'U, Vlce-Prca. U. RANKIN, Caahier
HlBlCToaa: Lcwia Maddui, M.I. Brnrden, M.J. Pa for. J. E. K.mkln, J. B. Hay, J. K. Ker,,
8. II. Reed, Geo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ilricaniird Mnr lat. lxah,
CAPITAL. $50,000. SU RPLUS.S2(),(XK)
State, County and City Depository,
Uoeii m (ieneral Han kins Bnilnen IreptMltH rrceiTett. Uichangc bouxht and sold. Co-,
lection made on all aceeMiblr points. The Saving feature will reeelTC pedal attention,
Onall sums in thia department, deposited for four month! or looser, Intereai at the r
01 4 per eent. per annum will be paid.
Special attention liivcu to loan oa real eatatc. which will he placed for long time on rem
Open from tt a m. to S p. m On Saturdays thr ttaeinK Uepanmrut will hrnpentiil Q t.r,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROI GHLY FILTERED on the Prcmlltc.
Twenty-nve year of praetleal experience, combined witb riti.aoNaL attention to all rtc
tilli of the huainc and ienect arrauKcmenta iar clkanlinr&s and Pi'NlTV of all good
manutartured. enable the proprietoi to present to hi nnmeroup patrons a superior eta of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons,
Ginger Ale aad allthe varlona davora nf HOPAIW ATBR ready for ehlnment aad drtfvrn-,1
free In City limit. Out nf town nrdera mnal hare ttaroNainL reference,
V. H. CaMPKr-IJ.,
On the A. tk H. Railroad, KlKht Mllen South of Aahevllle
and Adjolnlui; Vandcrbllt Park.
If you nrr InnkiiiK for a place
why don't you ace aliout
The Ir-hI mineral water and In great variety. I a eel hit,
iirnnd view, g-'od umit u If ou think of bnvlng why not
buy NOW t Prices wilt gi. up find go KAI'IOI.V.
Take Train Out 9.10 A. M. Fare
I'KHIi. RI TMilKlH. City
HOTEL? ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Klght Miles South of Aahevllle, on the A. A 8. Railroad.
New hotel., flew cottaara, new furniture, beautiful arovee.ncat tenaia and croquet lawna,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur. Alum, Munnia. Iron and Rieom. Thoae aeeking health and plea.nr anil
aeleet aociety will not fall to vl.lt tain plraaant retort and drink of Ita healina water.
E. At LeVENE.
aprs dtf nanagrcr.
AahcTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING GO,,
Maaafactnrera aad Dealera la all klada f Dretttd
Ooor, Saah, Blind, Moulding;, Btalrwork, Mautcla, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
aovltdly Telephone No. a.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Ita Purity.
We deliver to ail parta of the city our owa Bottlla Baport Beer al
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
."timer HkyvAlllTtf7K.o-sl'T Bd wt ,"""te, "
Till! LKADIMti '
V WINE AND LIQUOR . STORE
IN TUB STATU.
I INK HAMFLli AND UILXIAKO ROOM.
I. 4. at A not) A t ivr. H'ar'r.
-FOK BALK BV
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C.
Ouarrilana, admlniatratort aad caeculora
ait hereby aotilWd to appear at tht clerk'.
ofllct tt one. aad taak. tettlcmMtt and tavt
eoaU at aotleat art already la tht aherlfr.
hand.. Aay ent comlnc la betor. beint; notl
ned by tkt laeriir will not bt charged any
tttra toat. That falling to call at one. will
certainly be dealt with awnrdlna to law,
W, T. KBYNOLU. Clerk.
for n home or an Investment
as C'enta-Or Drive avoatb Mile
Airnt. UH Patton Ave.
Near Pasacncer Depot.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
P. O. Box am6.
lllr. n.'V. Arrfnnnn.
ftlllnaj teatk a apeelalty, akw treatln rilf
eaard uma, and all dlaram perlainlns to
the dental atractnrt. Office room, oa lat
to areata, over Mayaof a Smlth't draa