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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1890.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
LIGHT COMPANY GRANTED
EXTKNHION UK TI.HK.
The Towera NnM be Vp by Dec. is
Hewer to be Built on Hlawaamee
Htreet Rubber Coats) for the
Hook and udder Company.
Mr. A. . Lvnian, president ot the I 'co
pies' Lilit and Power company wan bc
forc the mnyor and board of aldermen
lust nik'ht, asking an extension of time
for that company to complete the con
tract. The time had been limited to No
vember IS. Mr. Lymnti said that the
boiler and engine lor the plant had been
hipped from Dayton, Ohio, lor thirty
days and the wire from linn Clair, Wis.,
for forty days, us hills of lulling would
show and that none of them coulil be
found. He also stated that all the poles
were np and that the wires were causing
the delay, lie notiliedelic board that he
was nq;o tint ink for towers and that he
would liavelliein,here as soon aspossible.
On motion of Aldenuaii Wolfe the tiim
wns extended to 1'ivenilier 1 for the com
plete circuit to lie made and Kvcmlivi
15 for the erection ol the towers, if not
timslied by then the contract to Ik- lor
SKWKMJ ON III.VW ASSK1-: STKIill'.
The sewer comniittee reported that
they had divided to have the sewer lint
on lliuwussc street, asked for bv T. I
Startles at the last ineciiii);, built. 1 hi
hue will 'ie Il.iO leet loin; and will cost
Till!, A I. LOW THIRTY Iml.l.AKS,
The foimiiillcv appninted suine lime
K to settle w ith Mr. J. M. AIcniiiiiIci
for a sewer line built bv him near South
Mam street, that tliev would allow tin
sum ot $;io to .Mr. Alexander H- he had
aureed to allow others owning proierly
near me line to connect Willi it.
xi mi-kiii s Ki-:ori:T.
Mr. h. C. LhaniUrs, lor Clmmlicrs .V
Weaver, complained to the board that
the dram water on Willow street wu
rnnninj; into their stable since thechani
in the grade of the street and asked that
something he done to remedy it. Mr
Chandlers also uskcil to lie allowed li
build a small Irame or iron covered ex
tension to their stable, which is ill tin
tire limits. At lus rcoiiesl a cominitlct
composed ol Aldermen lA'onard, Fit
Patrick and M, l'...v " apHiinted li
iook into tne matter auu report at iu,
next meeting. .Mi. I. handlers was
granted perniissiun to build a lieu
wooden Ironl to his nuhlc.
SIIIKU.W.K OSM.M.t SI'KI.I. I .
Mr. K. . Stokcley ami Mr. i-'ranklin.
ot north Aslievillc, askcil tor toll yards
ol plunk sidewalk on Siiicv street. luul-
ing from Last street toward the Xortl
.asiicviiic .u lliuiliM iliun.li ami tin it-
(iiest was grained.
WAl.ll; l-KOM TI1K I. AS WliKK.
The matter of the Asheville light and
jniwcr company allowing thewaste from
their gas works on Valley street to nil.
into the branch, and causing a very die
agreeable odor along the course ol tiit
st-i-um was brought Ik lore the board.
The mayor was instructed to have tl.t
citv attorney ilraw up an ordinance pro
IK, II I.
I:. C. ChamlMTS asked lor u light at llit
corner of Willow and v ater streets ami
Mr. W. (i. Wolle. lor the resnKnts neai
the corner ot W o. .dim and Vance streets,
asked lor a light there.
TIIK WASl t oil..
Chief of I'olice Haird reiKirted that tin
waste of the oil tanks at the railroad, ol
which complaint had Ih-cii made and
which he had been directed to attend to.
hud been remedied to u cerium degree
but that cvcrvihiug necessary had not
Coats i ok iiuuk ami i.amu k hi,
Mr. Frank O'lioiinill. loieiiian ol the
kescuc Hook and Ladder coinpanv asked
the IhjuiiI for coats lor the iiiciuIkts ot
that eoniiauy to wear when tunning
lire. He was instructed to luriiish tin
sizes wanted ami the city clerk was au
thorized to order the coats.
MILLS OMIIKMKII CAM..
City Clerk Miller was iiutli.iiinl to
settle with lr. II. I.. Taylor fortiiesewer
on Cherry street, ueeordiug to city en
gineer l.cc estimate, about &UI kss
limn the bill. The bill ol Kill v A: Slrach
alitor sewer work on orange street
amounting to W7 L'.'l was ordered paid
by note. Tliese bills were also ordered
paid: llcardeii, Kankiu.S: Co., ai'.i-t.x.'i; It
1.. Keynolds, board lor prisoners, j'i 07
A. Snyder A; Co., manhole Irames and
covers, :il.-U; S. K.Chedcster. blankets
Si. oil; J. M. Alexander, harness, etc.
$t0.i..( was allowed Mr. Mitchell
tor tilling in the place in Ironl ol Ins house
on r.nst street.
Ill II.IHM, I'hKMIIS.
I. C" Mclntire was granted sriiiiioii
io iiuiiii nvc lour room Houses on Merri
cm ncii .vm tcs.
Hailey street mission Siinilnv school
at o'clock; night services .it 7. do. All
arc cordially invited to tliese services.
first llnptist Church Services at II
a. m. unit 7.;io p. m by the pastor, Kcv
W. A. Nelson. Iluplism at 7.15 p. in.
First I'rcsliytcriiiti church Key. I. !
Common, the lormcr pastor, will preach
at 11 a. in. and 7.:io p. in. Sabbath
school nt u.:i(i n. m.
Riverside Methodist church I hvinc
service Sunday 1 1 a. m condiieted bv
Kcv. John C. Troy; Sabbntli school H
p. in. All invited to attend.
French llroail llnptist church I'rof.
Arnold, president ol Ashcvil e Female
College, will preach at 1 1 n. in.; the pas
tor, J. L. Carroll, at 7.110 p. in.
First Methodist l-lpiscopal Church-
corner ol Haywood and tluttrick streets.
Sunday school 0'lil a. m. Frciiching by
tne pastor . v. Kouerson at 1 1 a. ni
and 7. MO p. in.
North Ashcville Methodist church Hi.
vine service Sunday 1 1 n. m., conducted
by Kcv. W M. Kerr; 7..'lll p. in. bv Kcv.
John l. iron billionth school U..1I) n.ni
All invited to attend.
Trinity P. G. church llolv comn.iin
ion 7.M0 a.m.; morning service 1 1 o'clock,
sermon by Rev. Dr. Muxton ; evening srr
vice 4.30 o'clock ; siimlny lehool and bi.
ble clan at 0.30 a, in,
Central Methodist l.piscopal Church
South SundrtV school at UiIM n, in.; and
preaching at 11 a. m., nud 7. do p. m., bv
the pastor, Rev. 8 II. Milliard. Cordial
Invitation to nil, cieciiilly to young men
ana strangers in inciiy,
Of choice china, for winter trade, are
arriving and beinn- ofiened, All are new
and fresh, Tariff increases cost if , per
cent., but price are right alwavi at
Law i, on south Main street.
MTCcntcmeri & Foster's kid gloves,
new stock just received, at Whltloek'i.
ForecaHt till a a. m. Munctuy-
I wiucrCNRiriy WlllllM.
The mail from the north and east
about two hours late this morning.
Rev. Dr. Jnrvis Buxton will preach at
irutiiy cuiiren to-morrow morning.
Dr. B. P. Rnwli is at I'nion, S. C,
where he will remain about one nionth,
I. H. Mctonnell. jr., night clerk nt the
llattcry l ark, lias returned Irom a visit
Fred. M. Tompkins, now of Webster.
has Iteen engaged by I'ostmastcr Cannon
as clerk in the postolliee under the new
apprnpnaiion. Mr. Tompkins will Ile
um work next week.
Mr. ohn l.uahck, a man about do
years ol age, a native of Canada, was
I. lined ut Halm drove church in west
Ashcville yesterday. He had lieen in the
employ ol Jiirratt .S: Sons, merchants ot
west Asheville for several years.
J. I.. Cnthev, the newly elected clerk ol
the siicriot court for lliiiieombe county,
li. is appointed II. II. Stevens as his dep
uty. Mr. Stevens is a young mnn of ex
.ellent character. He has liccn in the
law olliee of limes ami Shuford for some
time. He will inn ken good deputy.
Something over a month ago two men
were iu Aslievillc looking lor Win. .Me
i.row and tSrauvillr I'hcc, wanted for the
inuriler of Jus. Midillelou, at ll.lilin
county court house, in Ky. The cast
was placed in the hands of the Pinion
detective agency of tlnseity Hilda reward
of $11011 was ollired lor tliecaptiire of the
men. They have btvn arrested at Wil
The meeting at the V. M. C. A. to-night
t-loscs the week of pi aver. The subci
is: "Kelleciing to.. Late." Luke XVI:
Ill-Ill. Mr. II. I'. Andersen, general sec
retary, will le-ul. To morrow nt .:io p.
in. there will he a gosiel meeting til illi
niums led by Mr. Andersen. All men
.ire invited to both ol thcscserviccs. Kcv.
McXeelv I'll I lose, pastor of Trinity lipis
.'opal church led I lie half hour meeting
Mr. J. I. Hrcvard, who for a tiumlwt
of years was engaged in the mercatitili
liusiucss iu this city, but who of lute has
been traveling, has purchased the stock
f dry goods and clothing of lloslic
llrotlicis V Wriglil. Mr. Hrcvard has
iiad years ol cxicriciice ill this line ol bio
aicss. He will continue at the old stand.
So. II North Main street. Mr. Hrcvard
s well known in Asheville and that tact
will insure him it large share ot the pub
hiigcuc Douglas Carter hclici! to swell
imputation ol .Sort h Carolina and espe
cially McDowell county by arrival
Iressed in Ins best suit of clothes M V
IS. I S.H1. lixact locution birthplace.
important tor the liitiire historians to
oiow. was on North Fork of Catawba
ivcr, w hich section has produced iiiiiii--rous
sensible lolks. Stuvcil there tor lew
lays when begot up in arms and emi
grated to tar west ns represented lo
Mailiwiu county to grow up withcoiiu
iry. Stirpasseil even own cxH-ctatious
mil outgrew it. htentlieii not ash.imco
if county that gave tuitli and returuci
lo Alcliowtfl alter six veals aoMiur.
uoiinr year lound liK-ated in Iturki
.-oiui;y. neai Moigaiiloii.atul near wheic
A'esieru Not t li Cat "lii a insane asvbnn
now Itnated. Fivt Mars later rc-euii-raled
to Madison and staytd eleven or
i writ c mouths. Tried aneev count v tbrei
cars and divulctl Asheville pl.-ue for lal-
,-ius u hit h ilid not i mi to farming at all.
Lame here and uud ot it ever sine :
' the town. Kdti. .iii-d at Ch.in'l Hill
mil licensed to pr.icliic law l"o. In
s.'i he alul iii t in - I- rank slal led csl
.ru iribune but Ut it die oiiict .-mil linos
;eiit.iiious death alter loir. Not then
lank, lor Mr C.-.rur is one of the Ih-hi
writi rs in country . Sends something t-
' iiii niiow and then. Allcrw. mis did
cilitoii.il work on I'riilv AilvaiKr loi
vcar. W uk well done. Mr. Carter is
real Hiluii-iaN and grows fat oil cam
paign ei iteineiit. In congressional can
vass oil xs did ex, -client work lor T.
D. loliiision. making good stump
Skii Ins in distriet I'resiilent of As'u-
lie toiuig Men s IKmiKTiitic club this
ampaigu. Soli, ilornf ItimcomlR' coiuity
rimitial conn, l-'ills olliit- will, Makes.is
good .cech us any man in the state
pretty near. Keen sense ol humor and
loud ol jokes. Due of the lust lawyers
Motive to MeNldetil Member of
I lie ANhetllle Clui.
Liutok Tut-. Citiia I have lu-.ird ot
some complaint on part of the resident
meinlKTSol the Ashcville club, about 'he
delay in dividing the proceeds of the re
cent sale, and I adopt this as the easiest
mode ol reply: that the lull amount
which I have collected is drHisi1cd in the
National bank ol Asheville to the Jcredit
ol i lie Ashcville club, which account is
oieutotbe insiirction ol anv mrmlicr;
Ihul the delay arises because of non-pay
meat tor pin-t ol the purchases; that this
balance will lie paid soon, mid that alter
serving them lor eight year without
cotn.'iisutioii, I consider complaint
against me as uncalled lor.
Secretary and treasurer Aslievillc Club.
j'Chimnont, rear South Main and
tkin streets, Mrs. Hunt's ixipulnr
boarding house, has been taken by Mi
Hrohiiu, of South Cnroliiin, late of New
ork. and is now ready lor guests,
Okhi h of I
Aslllil II. I. K I.IOIIT AMI I'OWKH Co.,!
Asheville, N. C. Nov. 1.1, IM'MI. I
l-.dilor The Ciliirn: Will you please
give notice to the Asheville public, that
we Irive completed contrncts with the
two lending electrical coinnanies of tin
world, to wit: The Tompson-lloiiston
and the l-alison Ocncrnl elevtricul com
panies, lor the installation of ma
chinery capiiblc of supplying two
thoiisnnd incandescent lamps, K-cul
inrly adoptril lor residrnmi. stores.
cnureiics, Hanks, or othecs. That we
have ordered and will soon have erected
a complete system of wiring for each set
of dynamos, and that wcproosc after
installation iscompleted. to furnish Iannis
oi niiyranoir ici lover in c, p. I lor nil
nigiit, or snorter service, measured liy
meter or otherwise nt our natrons mav
prefer, nt 1(1 iercent. less than any other
bona fide eomimnv will oiler to render
AsllKVII.I.K l.illHT St Fowls Co.
MM.ook at Whillin-k's show of line
fins. Corner l-.niilc Hlock.
Mow lo Travel.
It is often hard to decide what route to
take when starting on a trip, In order
to travel with ease, comfort, in style and
safety, always take the lanious Cincin
nati, Hamilton t Dayton K. K. They
hnvr the finest roud lied in the world.
Run 4H nnsscnuer trains a dnv between
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Dny-
on, iiiieoo anil iirtroii. I ne I'uiimnu
Velvet Vestibule Line, with I'arlor antl
Dining Cnra. and I'ulimnn Velvet Vesti
bule Sieeiient, When going North, North
west or West, be sure your tickets rend
via the C. H. & I). R. R. An nuent can
sell you, or write to
WM. A. WiantNs,
Routbern Fnss. Agt.
1'. 0, UuA 4.10, Chattanooga, fena
REAL ESTATE MARKET
HOlSf. RKNTINQ IB RKHARK
.More Houkcs) Needed Iu AHhe vllle
-The Demand Gxceeds the Hup.
ply Tbe Kind ol Houses Needed
Here-Malea of Real Kalate.
The real estate market during the
past week has not been very active as
far as buying and selling are concerned
The renting of houses, however, is re
iiuirKamy urisK. 1 here are scarcely any
vacant residences in the city now. The
real estate dealers ami agents, of Ashe
ville have numerous calls for dwelling
houses every day and large numlivrs of
these denmmlH cniinot be met liei-uuse of
the limited supply, The houses for
which there apH.ars to lie the greatest
demand are those having Irom live to
seven rooms. A hotiseof this kind, with
modttn conveniences and eligibly situated
will rent lor from ciclitecn to thirty do!
bos ht month. Ilciug eligibly situated
consists iu good locality, not too near to
iiudersirablc neighbors nud easily ap
proached Irom the business centre of the
city, the demand lor such houses bv
I tropic coming here to spend the w inter
season is exceedingly large. A ureal
many ol these n-oplc ureot limited means
and can not alVord to rent expensive
places, wiiiic outers no not care to live
very cxicnsivelv w hen staving here bin
There' is also a great call lor houses
suitable lor first class private boarding
unices. I in si- nouses must contain Irom
I," to L'a rooms and must Ik- situated si
is to lie castle accessible. The large mini
licrs ol invalids who come to Asheville iu
m il ol health mid who are not so situ
.ited .is to go to housekeeping creates a
treat oiieniug tor lirsi class places, ilie io
r than the hotels and nt the same time
more comiorluble ami home-like. Houses
outuimiig tbe iiiiiiiIhtoI rooms mention
d above rent easily tor from $ai I to $1011
The supply of houses to rent in Ashe
ville is not near as large as it should Ik-
mil a prominent real estate dealer re
marked a day or two ago that the nlacr
could easily fill a hundred or more houses
were ihev built.
The class ot hoiiscstluit should Ik; built
in orded to rent well are those having all
modern conveniences, such asieoplc froni
the cities ol the north, lor thev are tin
lies w ho eome here in the w inter, are
accustomed to ut their homes. F.uch
house should have bath rooms, sewer
connections, hot and cold water ami
g.is. Northerners prefer a good base
ment cellar w hull can lie used lor latiudrv
work, coal, etc. There is money iu . reel
iug siiih houses ami thev call easily 1k-
iii.-ide topay from ten totwenty per cent.
a year mi the amount ol money invested.
There have licctl s me sales of proiH-rtv
made recently. II. T. Collins lias sold
through Cortland llros., the liusiucss
house occupied bv I1. C. Mclntire, on
court sipiare, with the lot, I'TxSO, to Dr
Chailh, ol New Orleans, for Jlu. ."on.
'.ortlaud Itros., have also sold a house
with lot ."iltx J7."i in northeastern part oi
tin- city, tor Mr. Lowe to I'. (',. Randolph
oi Virginia, lor $:t.."iOO; a house and lot
liioxi'o, on l.iliertv streii, lor '. A
Wiimcrt lo W. C. Tiiton of Washington.
ior Sii.s.'iO; 4ixtccn acres on the moun
tain side, last of the Witivah house, lor
I". S. Jeivey lo C. A. Nichols for Sti.ol'O;
.1 house and one acre lot on Sotuli Main
street lor Mis. Stout to J. M. Jones for
llesides these sales a iiumln-r have Iktii
ti'cd in the oll'icc of the register ol deeds.
I he deed lor 1 . 0 acres ol laud iu South
Asheville from Charles W. Wharton and
wile to the Ashcville I'urkuml Hotel com
pany is among these. The price paid
. D. Hrcvard and wife have sold to F..
II. Wiight US l-."i acres on the Sw.inua
noil lor Sl.VOoo. The same pmcriv was
Iwuiclit in 1.SSS forSM.II!lil.;i;i.iiiiineieasi
of nearly L'oil Hrccnt.
1. W, I'. nk and wife have sold to J
A. Tiniieut n lot on Chestnut and Hridge
street. '.Hi x I'll leet for JXloii.
H. Herd and wile sold to the Ashcville
loan cousliuction ami improvement com
puny , two lots, one of them lio x :ino
ami the other I'J't leet front, in tiorth
wist Asheville tor $l.iioo.
II A U-dlord ami wile have sold one
I' urtlioi an acre in the same section ot
tin citv to the same company lor Si.'iO.
I no. N. Alexander has disHim il ol l."7
civs on llciivcrdum to I, H.Stradlev.loi
1. 1 II HI.
I'. I'. Claxtoit mid wife have divded a
ln 1 III art trout on Slurnes n venue to T.
I'. Startles and M. li. Rolierls lor Sd.lliHI.
Several initior transfers, ainomitinc to
about S'i.oiio have been filed.
Wl'lushes. satins, silk cards, in all
shades lor l.nicv works, at Wlntlink's.
Index io New AdveniMenienlM.
WlMKI J I W.
ll li t ! HnyooiKl St.
I'os Kkm W. M. Coekr. Jr.
Lust 4ii Frt-iieu Ht'iiaii Ave.
WNcwIotnf iucketi and wraus iust
rtvuved at Wliithn-k't,
."I'kliK y VttT lilrui h snil tieiinorv on
'Sllll. KIltlllitKi.tllltf anil salti lnlmra,
unlit Nov '.'o, ut N,i. . Snrth Main HI
mvl:i,ll MMH. LA.VKIiALt!
One .Solid Week.
MONDAY, NOVGNRKR 17,
8ATUR0AY MATINEE, 2 P. M.,
THE BALDWIN THEATRE COMPANY,
In the folio win Kcprrtulrv:
(inllry Hlnvr, Two Orihnni, Uurrn' livt-
(ttni't, Montr Criilo, Crlrlirntrd Caw.
The Dnnltr. WrIU ParKU,
CHANGE OP BILL NIGHTLY.
AdmlMlun, 1 A, VIA, Ad and AO cvnu
Hrata on anlr nt J P. dawycr'a. No. 1A Pat-
62 MERRIMON AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Thrre minute.' walk to the .tree! cars
leet hoard by the day, week nr month.
MRft. Bf'.TTIK COOPKR.
Real ICHtate Agent
AND LOAM HM0K KM,
I NORTH MAIN IT., ( MORGAN'S BOOK STORE )
Money loaned and welt cured at S per eent.
Heat Mutate hnuirht and aold at onhlle and
Crivate nale. Renta eolleetetl, I eond acted a
cal Hut ate and Auction btttHne In Charlen-
ton, n C, ten yeam, and will air irompt
attention to all buslne pat in my charge.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE.
Mirny (lt'iiu tiiit'iits tot) full, lti'iH'i the Kiiiiiilitt'i Now
is the time to purchaso. A
elegant and complete stork
shopworn, auction house trash here. Look at the hav
Kiiins we offer, the prices we nnin::
Ten thousand yards 40 inch
worth 0i, for 2.V. a ,vnr1 :
anywhere, .".: 2,000
Muslin, He.: " cases prints, cost !.,(., at ."c.; all our cotton
checks nt 4c.: 1 St dozen Towels at fl.")0 a dozen, worth
$.'$.00: 7" cent. Linen Damask for ."0c; 5 cases Ked Flan
nel, twilled or plain, a little
comb Quilts at 7."c. see them ; OS dozen Napkins, big
value at .1.2."; 100 dozen
."0c.: 200 dozen Ked Flannel
llandkerchii'fs, Hose, (lloves ami Corsets, Ha renins in
Knibrideries, Torchon and other Luces. Immense value
in Furs. Muffs, Hons and Capes. Our Cloak and Wrap de
partment immense. W'e are alarmed about the quantity,
hence the prices almost cut in two. If low prices will do it
we intend to reduce our stock fust. Monday niorninii' the
sale commences, 'tis now in
No. 11 Pat ton avenue. What
lore you get there, for prices make things move. Mini
naugh is iu his glory when he sells goods cheap. Our Mil
inery department still booming: more work than we can
lo; not soliciting any trade
ami mi urgent orders ior our reinilar customers.
A cyclone has struck our
In mill for the cut rate sale at
No. ii Pattun Avenue.
Wf IMiY (iOODS. MILLINFUY AND CAKI'KTS.-
Hold Hllver, Itoo, (ink, (111 t and Comlii- I
nation Mulilinita Aloi Koom MtmlditiKM
Ictiirt-a Matted. Monntnl nnl Frnmrd nt
iivvetit prier nnd work aii'irnnti-rd. Rnurnv
miun. I'mnttny and LihiiI Virw nlwuya on
as 8. Main St., Attlievllle.
air 1 h d
liilltor Ashcville Citlica:
That our many friend, may kn.iv. him- wr
are getting on s-c will stale that wr took in
in Hotel and Blurt
99,000 In Vive Weeks).
Took In la.t Saturday over 1 700. 7(1 ol
that wa. hotel, balance store. Itutcl re sin
tered ad that day. Had n.ouo arrivals In
months. Our sl.ck is mammoth 300 feet
liing and IS feet wide. Tell the balance
the world to come and sec "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of as and save lu to its pet
novlOiltf g. R CIIKUKftTKK A HON
MME. M. FRAE SMITH,
late from New York. I now prepared t-. do
the very bent In art in tic millinery. Will make
overall knd of hnta nnd honnetn. Latent
material ucd to the tnoMt practical ndvnnt
aire I'leaae can at ai Houtb Main Hi , over
ASHEYILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, eicept Dundaya, from 10 a. m
nntd 1 p. m., and S until 7 p.
The term of alianiptlon arc: One year
3; A mot., $1.60; ft mo., $1 1 l mo., SOet.
dally 'i eta.
Ofncera for IHW- lreident, Charles W
Woolaey: Vice l'rciidrnt, Thn. A. Jonea; nec.
and Treanarer, I). . WiUoo ; Librarian, Ml
li. I Hatch.
Citlien and visitor art cordially Invl
to lnprrt the eainlofruc and Inacribe their
namr a mrmitrr an.lfwtr
The Atlmitic Monthly, for Novemlier,
luis the following excellent tnble of con
tents: "The House of Mnrthn," I. VI 1 1.,
Prnnk K. StiH'kton; "Alonir the Fron
tier of Protein's Realm," lirlith M
Tliomua; "The Leuenrl of Willinm
Tell," W. I), McCrnkan, "The
hird of Autumn. To , " Annie
I-ii-lils j "Kohert Morns, Prnnk liny
lord Cook; "Championship i" "Felicin,1
X l-niiny N. t). Miirfrce: "A Suc
cessful lliuhwnvmnn In the Middle
Atfcs," 1'rum-ii C. Lowell; "An Amenrnn
IliKhwuyinnn," Kobert II. Puller: "The
I'ourth Cnnto ol the Inferno.'" lohn I
Chiipmnn: "Mnrylnnd Women nnd
French Officers," Knte Mason Knwlund
The Hidden Grnve." A. K.
(.rote I "(ver the Ten-cupi." XII
Oliver Wendell Holme: "Kelief
of Huitors in Pedernl Courts,"
Wnltcr H. Hill: "The Pate of n Inpnnese
Ketormer, rercirnl Lowell j "TheChnst
in Keeent Piction"; "Vlrginln and New
linuliind": "Stedman'i Library of Amer-
Irnn Liternture": "The Contributor's
Club": "Hook, of the Month."
loW.N.C Price s ct.
FOR THIS WEEK.
feast for shoppers ; the most
to seleet from. Xo off st.vle,
Tricot Flannel Dress Goods.
."),(()( yards (iinuhains, worth
yards Semper Idem lileaclietl
over half price; J100 Honey
uiilaunderetl dollar Shirts for
Shirts for .'T'ir. Cut rates on
nvotrres: read this and run to
.you want maybe irone be-
for it at pr sent, but will try
stock; prices taken tumble,
X CAIl LOADS
J 1ST RKCKIVKU.
MorlMr Colom-Red, Black
Terra C'otta, by theCank
or hi any Quantity.
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
TKl.KI'HONB NO. 0.
Vunl and Warenuu.. near Depot. Tcle-
ATA LIVELY RATE
Mrn's Hulls Irom to 3S.
Hoy's Units from tl BO to f IS.
Men's Overcoats irom ta.Ao to HO.
Ilor's tlvrrvoaU ft-ora ,1.78 to $17.81).
llf anv iort tor men or boy..
HATS, TRUNKS, SHOES AND UMBRELLAS.
C, 0. BLANTON & CO,,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 9 West Court are,
ABHEV1XLK, N. C,
Sag sad 380 West Baltimore Htreet, Haiti
.tsfin ti.u: .i a i
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities nut less than one ton ut factory
In ttiiuitltks not Irn thnn one hull' tun ut factory
.'too pounds, 30 tickets, lo puunils each
oo ,, no " to "
7oo " 3H " i'5 " "
7B0 " m " no "
tooo " to ' too " "
Tlclii'ts In ilollnr pnckiiKi-s and it - iiuinilt.r of lee nmy be uliluincd from drivers and at
our oilier fur cash ur tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 mid 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
I JEST ANTHRACITE COAL
' I'or wile ut hnU'HMlc unci Hi' tail liy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
KicluKive Aitt-ntn ilmmrMtiv und Stram I l'r Wtntrrn North Carolina
IT NEVER RAINS,
Hut it iiotirM, ami whtn it d-a- ruin reniiinlH-r that my intNortini'iit of llmbrclliia 1 the lar
i'Ht in Athi illr. If yon ilon't hcllt-vr It .hint kIhihi at the iiuitt tlcent dlnpluy now on exhi
bition in nty wimlow, 1 wmilil iiIno cull yimr at tint ion to the following new froorla rccetvetl
latit week : A new lot of mck wear in Mnt nhifta I.t cvetiiiiK wear; also in hat department
line of haU in three diiVerttit hIumIvm In tlu-"i vciiIiik un.M hate thrl 1m o fanhlonable
F. E. MITCHELL.
LltWIS MAIIIIt'X. Vm
U. V. McLOtlh, Vlee l'rcs
UisacToss: lwis Madilni, M.J. Hrnrdrn,
. H. Kenl. Ueo. 8. Powell, C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK
State, County and City Depository.
Iloe. a Ui-neral llanklnR Bi'slnrss llrposlu recHvnl Kicha t butiKbt and sold. CM.
lotion, ma'lr on all ai-ersillilr points. The (iaiinx feature will receive spnial attention.
On all .urn. in this department, deposited for lour months or I'.oitcr. Interest at tbe n.
01 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Riven to loan, on real estate, which will ut ilccd tor ton time on real
Open Irom U a tn. to S p. m. On Satiinlay. the Kuvinc Hcpartinrnt will be open till (I y.m
inn tilt v
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOKOIGHLV FILTER Kit on the Premlacii.
Twenty-nve years ol practical cipcrirnre. combined with fkssossl attention to all de
tnil. of the business and perfect arranuemi-iit. ior ci.ssnunhss and rt'NITV of all (Ooila
mannfactured. enable the proprietor to pnacTit to hit numerous pntn.n. a au,irrlnf elaa i f
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
GinRf-r Ale and allthr variou. flavor, of 8(AWATRK ready tor .hlpment and rfellven.t
free In City limits, lint of town nnlrrs must have assrossini.s reference.
C. W. t'AlWPFI
On the A. ft S. Railroad, ICiifht MIIch South of Aahevlllc
and Ad.oiuliir Vanderbilt Park.
If .von are Im.kinR for n place
why don't ynu see iilmul
The lri minrrnl wmcr antl
tcrantl vlt wi, triMHl iHit-ty. Il
Iuy NOW i Vriix win un t
Take Train Out at a.,o A. M.-Fare
l-KHIi. KI'TIJilitslt. City
HOTEL?! ARHOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Hljfht miles South of AHheville. on the A. 4k 8. Railroad.
New hotel., new cot tain-., new furniture, beautiful grove., neat tennis and croquet lawns.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hnlphur, Alum, Mamrata. Iron and Kpsom. Those seeklnR health and !...
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drlak of lu hcalin waters.
AHheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING GO.,
uanwariurtr. ana ucaier. in all kind, of ITn mil
Door, Saata, Blind), Mouldliiira, Stalrwork, MantcU, Bank
and Bar Flxturea, and all kind of Buildlug Hatcrtal.
Hard Wood Lumber Work u Snerlaitv.
nor I dly
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
ireiiTer o an pnri. oi tne city our own Bottling Biport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer is kept at a temperature of o ilcRrccs and we Ruarantee von a rr.a uu.
all time. THU TMAtiB at'l'I'LIHU PHnM Ruarantee yon a rreih article at
THK LKADINU '
WINE .-. AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THK STATU,
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. 4. sn,T, HO. A3 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR BALK BV-..
Asheville, N. C.
Uuardlans. a.lmlnistratora and e.ecntor.
an nereny notmea to appear at the clerk'.
office at one. and make settlements and save
cost, as notices are already m the shcrirrs
hands. Any on. eomlna In hfnr twin n.i.
nedby the sheriff will not he rhnrRcd anv !.
eitra mat. Thnw falllnu . H -. . i :
Tho falllnR to call at once will j
certainly b. dealt with acccortllntf to law i
novlSldtr W. T. HBVN(ILI, Clerk. I
visum ax s.
0c. per bundn-d
a8 rattoa Ave.
I. K. KANKIN, Cashier
M.J. I'nKK.J. B. Kunkia.J. U. Hay, J. II. Ket-.l
May Ut, 1HHh,-
fur a home or an invcslmeul
in im-nt variety.
vnti think of lmvlnu why mt
nnil ho l.AI'IIM.V.
CentK Or Drive Mouth Mile
Ajmit. !IN Pntton Ave.
Near PaMtenfxcr Depot,
Over for its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY.
p. o. Box aS.
'j1.1'1"' t",n epeclalty, also treating do
- be denies, IT.u re TJESftS!?.
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om Kaywr mlla,a drag