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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : "WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 181K).
THK AHEVILI.K AttdHMBI.V
TO KSTABLIMH ONK.
It Will Da at kylaad-A Temper.
aaea Tabernacle sir. Miller'
enlatsdld Olft-To he Made a
Th lite for the Temperniu-e tnlwrniicle
which the Asheville assembly of the W
C. T. U. bai accepted from Mr. Otis A.
Miller, of Skyland, consists nl twenty
acre in the heart ot that town. The Kilt
ia worth, at the tame prices that Mr,
Miller gets for adjoining property , about
The Alheville akwmlily woi iirKiuiizcii
here lait lummer. At this meeting, the
uhject of estnlilishing a perinni.ent pluce
for the holding of the nnniml sessions ol
the body wns biouBht up. When it be
came known that the matter win beinf-
discussed Kveral otrcra of aitrit lur tin
purpose were made by business men, in
eluding Mr. Miller. J. M. Cnmpliell av
the choice of two tracta; one ut lliisliee,
aoutb of this city anil one 11 khort ilis-
tance northeast ol Asheville. Lnpt. I. I.
Kay offered a plnre about seven miles
Irom the citv, on the Mwiiniiiintin nvci
and another two milca In-low lure tin tin
French Brimd river. Three liunl com
pimiea at Miirion niaile ulttis of silei
alio. The business of selcvtini! u site ami ac
cepting any of the otlcrs made Wiis It'll ii.
the hands of u committee, compostd 01
Miu Anna Anton, ol Asheville, Mrs.
Wclli, of ChattunooKii anil Mm. M. I..
Woodv, of Cuilttirtl College, N. C. This
committee hove lm-n in ctniierciiec on tin
subject by mail, since the nuttier was left
to them and have ilecitled to take the site
ut Skylnnd. A report to this ctltvt wnt
made to the national convention in At
lanta Monday. Mrs. Mary II llunt.oi
Boston, one ol the chief tncinrs in the W.
C. T. V. and who was lure inthesummei
ia well pleased with the site at Stvlnnil
and says it can be made a lieiitililul jilucc.
The property will be made the ernia
nrnthomeof the Asheville assembly. Ii
is intended to establish a southern' Cha
tauqua there. This will be a fireat thine
for Asheville, as iictiple from all ovrr tin
south will visit thcChatauiiiu. It is the
intention of the usscmlily to have tin
neit annual meeting there in the summei
of 18'Jl. A temptiriirv aiiilitoriuin. lot
the sessions of the convention to be lulu
in, will lie built anil ready lor use by thai
time. The guest. "" '- "wmroodnird
at the hotels alrt .lx ,m ,.i I.. .1. a, o
ler, with whom . a-? - . '
made to that effect. This i.inliliiin wib
he ot wood. The ohVers ol the aM-mlil
ire: Mrs. Wells, ntraulciil: Mrs. II. 1
Collins, of Asheville, treasurrr. anil Miss
Anna Aston, stvret.irv. These lad.e:
and Mrs. Woodv w ill have clmij;e ut tin
Hrrnnicements lor next summer s stssmn
The Chatoiittia will la.- similar to tin
one near liaitimore lor t lie rust ami in
me near Chicui; tor the northwest
Eventually a hamlsome biiihlinu lor tin
sessions will lie cm-it d. There w ill hIm
lie cottages built, out- for the dt li uales
nnd members Irom eiuli stale. Classes
in natural science. imucraloi: ami buta
nr. kindergarten and plivsual culture lot
ladies, with u cvninaxium, will br stain
ol the leatarrs of the institution. Tin
committee is now coiiKiilerini: what If
turers to eagiie tor the next Muti 01
the assembly, aoineui the must eminent
men in the land will U- amoii tlicsr. Ian
the decisions are not Vet made. The tract
donated bv Mr. Miller embrace a maiii-
tr ol mineral sprincs and tlitsc w ill Is,
mntlea nrtiniinriil leal tire.
It will, of course, lake consiilcrabli
tune for all the arrangements to Ik com
pleled and the Chatauijua to lie eutiiely
cetaiiiished. but wucn ull is rcauv, Ashe
ville will hare within a lew miles ot tin
court house an institution that bills fan
to be one of the most dclihtm! pluos u-
I'rriidcut Atkins, of the Asheville Fe
male college, had kimllv otleieil the tan
of his building lor the pnrKc ot holding
the assemblv next suinmer, but this will
not br made necessary il the couiiinttet
are able to carry out their present plans.
A meeting ol cms committee mil prolia
oiy ik lielu here soon.
Motaa oMhe Proceeding ol the
W. V. T. I'.
Promptly at l a. ni . on l-'ridav tin
17th, the annual convention of the W. C
T. I', wns called to order by Miss Wit
nam. i ne opening devotional exercises
were conducted by Mrs. ElimiU-th Cirevn
wood, of Brooklyn. Mrs. Ztralda Wnl
lace, the venerable mother of (reneral
lew. Wallace, ntTcrcd tlieoieuitigprayrr.
The morning session was conlincd to the
reading of the rr-xirls of the corresHnil
ing secretary and of the treasurer, to the
appointment ol committees, nnd to the
introduction of prominent visitors.
among whom were Khiulsrth Comstock
whose work has hern in prisons ami jails
so largely, Governor mid Mrs. Northern
who extended greetings and invited the
delegates to a reception at the executive
mansion, the invitation being accepted
lor Monday evening Irom . to o clock
Senator and Mrs. Coliiuit were also in
traduced, causing the room to look as it
in a snow storm with the hundred ot
handkerchiefs waving the Chiititutn-tiii
A committee Irom the legislature wns
next introduced, hearing an invitation
Irom that body to Mrs. Mary II. Hunt,
national superintendent ol scientific teur
prrance in public schools, nskinu that she
address the general assembly ol Georgia
on ncr suDject, at any time she innv dc
sire. The invitation wus nccTpted lot
Tuesday evening. Mr. . Icnninirs Item
nrest was introdia-ed and made a stirring
Friday afternoon session found not
landing room in the immense auiliton
am, when Miss Willard delivered her ail'
nual address, beginning:
"Beloved mentis anil comrades, we are
assembled here in Georgia hr reason ol
an invitation sent us at Chicago, Irom
lies. John U. Gordon, its gallant govern
or, from .ita legislature and from tlie
mayor of ita Gate City.' "
Mis Willard then paid n beautiful trib
ute to Alexander Stephens, Ben Hill,
"Bill Arp," "I'ncle Kemus." 8nm Jones.
Senator Colouitt, Paul llnyne, Sidney
Lanier and Henry W. Grady' whose pic
tunt oeeuoied a conspicuous position on
tne stare, smiling words ol welcome.
Overflow meetinss are held daily, ow
ing to the immense number of visitors
attending the sessions.
The B. T. V. at Go., railroad have ten-
de-red twelve coaches free of charge to the
aeicgatra tor an excursion to Indian
Hprings, on Wedncaday, the morning
Iter close of the convention.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 10. The last day
of the Woman'! christian tern eru ncr
anion was oevoten to routine ousineas,
nothing of general interest being done. In
the afternoon the reports of the national
organisers wen continued, each telling of
tne worx la ncr special line. To-dnv the
delegates went on a special excursion to
Indian Hprings, where it i proposed to
net aa inebriate asylum, under the aus
pice of the National Woman't christian
tempera ac anion.
ForecRMt till a. m. Thursdsi
Kalr till Friday muinlug no
essuKs in ieniperatarc
A plank sidewalk is being constructed
on starnes street
Mr. nnd Mrs. X. V. Gird wood left to.
day lor fbiladelphiii,
Key. I. P. Gammon, who hni Ken vis
iting here for several days, returned to
Richmond, a., this nlternoon
Work was begun this morning on the
extension ol the Hntterv I'ark electric
railway to the front ot the hotel.
"The Oueen's Evidence" will In- urn-
iluced at the (irand oiern house to-mght
oy the Itultlwin 1 healer company
Mr. Alfretl Kith lett this miiriiiiiu for
Newiiort, Tenn., with his family, lie
will make his home near that place.
A letter Irom Rev. W. S. V. Brvnn an
nounces that his brother is improving
nnd that he will reu.h lu.iiicoiiS.itiircl.lv
There were good breaks at the Banner
and lliiacoinlie warehouses to-tlav
About i.i.illMI pounds ot tobacco wnh
sold. IViccs went as high as -t-o ivnls a
1. S. West, standard keeinr lor Hum
v'onibe couutv. is now making his annua!
round, lestiiiu scales ami measures anil
ataking tlu-tii coiresM nl with the gov
Thomas J. Wtioldi idg, , an Ashe
boy, has none ro 1'iiisbtM'o. N. C
Marv W. Moore to-morrow inoraing
The couple will return to Asheville Satur
day ami will make tins their home.
Last night, about H o'clock, officer
White heard a pistol shot on South Main
street, near the Su.iiiuaiioa hold, lie
ran down in the direction and arrcste
Henry Smith, colored. Smith was trail
ut the mayor's eouit this morning ami
lined Son "or thirty days' imprisonment.
He took the latter.
A sneak thict entered the front hall ol
Mrs. Stevenson's boarding house, cor
ner of I'uttou avenue anil Church street
last night and stole a trunk containing
.-lolhinu, the pronrty ol Mis. Steven
on' mollicr. 1'hc trunk was taken oiil
v.'hureh street to a iii iiiI in Irom ol li t
Christian chinch and broken oin'ii. Il
was dtscovcm! ay tat jiohceah.i ; storei!
to its owner this mi. ruing. Nothing "I
my value wa uiissitig.
The Houghton i Muh. i daetlc says:
Mr. W. H. Northitp. rtilc and two chil-
i lett last i-ralav inoriimg lor tneir
a, c home in the south. Mr. Nonhii
nas Ihcii suppl eicik at the ijuincv nin e
.'or a iiuiuIht ot e.irs, w huhotltcc he hi.s
lilled with thcgieatest liilelily. We hise
at his leaving one ol our btsl t iliins. lit
nut his estimable taitnly will Ih- niisstd
'iv a lari:e uiimlH-r ot IrieiitU." M-.
oitliup is in Asheville to make il Ins
the Hold win TlifHlrc .tmiHii
HI llir l.raiirt opera Mount-.
The aialieiar it tilt tiraatl i.hi.-i htaie
last uiht lo witness the production o.
the talllttlls llleloMliailla. "Ti I'l
,illai.s." by tin Haitluiti ihetre eompa
avyt.is ninth lattr than that of the
ligltt pr ions. Tin play, in ilseli nt
tetiseiy ialeit-stiu-lt , was j.ri sentctl in a
spleiuhd lllauiiei. I lit smitrs liy luo.l.le
iiul iico. r.oii.lliue wtre much cuiocd.
rtt-tu-:ht thecottipaiit apieai sin thecoiu
ctlv "The ijiiciu's 1; l-li nee." Uneol the
tost itniiut' textures ol this terloritianee
.vill be the apKiiraut-t til a clnltl actress
A'ho is but II ee vtais,,iil
Saluril.ty int;lit. a souvenir, m the
lorm ol a tiaiulsome sun m lK-tlrootii uir
uiliirc, eostiii-. Sol i.ud now on exhibi
tion at lllaii ' Hro.vn's. or SIIH in johl.
v ill lie gi tn to i he holder ol the lucky
ticket. NnmU-nt are jiven to those at
tending each nillt.
I.arittf Lund Hale.
Keiucmisi the sale ot land Indulging In
the estau ol the lateCapt. A. M. Alexan
der, which ovcuis to-morrow, Thursday.
Tins is one ol the finest tracts ol land in
Western North Carolina, living iinilleih-
.itely on the waters ol the I rt ncll llroad
river, nnd contains l.Jixi acr.s. Tin
land w ill lie sold in lots and as a whole
tlie highest bid lo liereccivcd. The terms
ol the sale are most lilx-ral
tin Friday, IMst, the luriiiliirc lormerlv
used in the hotel at Alexander, will lie
v.til at public unci ion.
There are imiHirtaut sales and w ill mi
iiitstioiiali'y aitiacl an unusually large
iiuinijcr ol purchasers.
A Mother' Rebuke h- Her child.
Krom the Ne-A- York Tiitu-s.
There is a woman in this city whose
wealth, position and goodness till her hie
with siK'i.il and charitable otxupations.
But for niorr than six months it has been
impossible to procure lu-r presence any
where Saturday's She has told one or
two intimate friends the reason:
"It was one day in the latter part of
March that itiv little daughter, Con
stance, who is twelve years old. rami-
into my room as I was hurriedly dress
ing lo drive to a directors' meeting ol one
ol the several charities in which I am in
terested. Her birthday hud Im-cii
the days bclorc, nnd she hud a
game, one ot her presents. in
her hand. 'Oh, mamma,' shr cried,
lull ol eauerness. 'this is the loveliest
game; do try it with me.' Her nipirst,
in my haste nnd cbsorption, seemed in
the highest degree trivial ti me. 'Non
sense. Connie, you know I c.inuot,' I re
plied, rather slinrplv ; 'this is board day
at the hospital and I am shockingly late
"I was slundmu itf front of the mirror
and I saw in the glass how her luce tell
and the light died out ol il. 'I wish.' she
said wistlully, 'you would sometimes
have n duv with me. mamma. ' The
child's sisrech went through me like a
Rune. I nail never received so stinging n
rebuke. Wns it imssible that in the tier-
suit of other duties I was neglecting tin
one that should be chief? My drive lo
the hospital that morning was full of
serious introspection and Connie has had
her Saturdays ever since."
Prtan the Lewlstown l Me. I Jiiurnsl,
Koine men down in Bellhst thought to
pmutle a local jiK-key by bringing out two
sorry looking e nines, one considerably
larger than the other, and asking him
which was the belter one. But he was
not cnuiiht natininit. He looked eneh
carefully over, examining the Icct of
encb and then rendered judgment as fol
One's worth just nt much ast'othcr."
How's that ?" asked tlw crowd.
Well, the big one has got more hide
and bones than the fmaller one, but the
latter hn got the best shot on, which
make it about an even trade.
Ind.a l Mew Aclvanlasimcrlla.
Lost J. M. Alisander
MlltlsrAIM Pask Hotrl
NoTles Mrs. Hat hnrltm
Wintsb WsArs Whltloek.
loa sai.s u. H. Psttrr.on.
tsavsu VI Wondnn street.
PraLic Notics W B. Owya.
Kssr Vuea krsoi-Hs C. U. Blsntoa at Co.
i There Auv One Here Thai
liuttery Paik: Chat. Price, V. IS. Mo
Dee, N. C.;M. Splaln, Washington; U
C. Lntclle, Woonsocket, R, I.; Sol
Franks, Baltimore; R, Winkelmnn, Cin
cituiti; J. P, Casey, Boston; II. Prost, J
M. Poote nnd sister, New York ; R. L
rcu foci .'George H. Smathert,
Way nrsville ; 0, B. Vaughu, Louisville.
Ky.; W. I.. Lapcel, Wilmington; J. P,
Duiiaboo, Mossy Creek, Tenn.; S. I). I)uu
aviint, Morgantun; . C. Clarke. K.in
kins. Tenn.; Prank D. Hunt, lleudcrsoii
yillc; A. Bulord. N. C; M.J. Precman
Cleveland, 11.; J. II. Stack, W. T. l.iml
scv, Bristol; J. B. Ingcrsoll, Hot Springs
Mrs. I. Hell, Ga.
Svttiwanon: II. W. Pegr.iiu, N.V.; M
L. Smith, Charleston; 0. S. Preston,
Richmond; N. p.. Sutton, Knoxville; J
11. Crowcll, Lord Faiintlcrov Co.; John
tl. Hendricks, 1.. L. Mock, .N. C; Mrs.
Ii. I'. Cohen. Miss Inez Cohen, N. V.; P
II. 'larrelson, Kicliniond ; 1',. . Brian
ItaUiinote; Mrs. Iliill'iiin and sou, Mass.;
I. B. Gii'le, Spartnuburg; Henry t
llrnntl i cnlml . Cluis. Ii. Van Bctio-
cluster, N. V.: Paul Gage, W. N. C. Kv.;
M. W. Reeves. X. C; 12. 11. Peelers. X. V.;
P.. C. Barnwell, Hickory ; C. I. Lilicnlh.il.
liaitimore: ll. 1. Reno ami son. Miss
Stephenson, Piteon Kiver; Lewis Havis
Svlva; . M. Rodgers, Pigeon River; M
Sherwood, G. W. Candler, R. M. S.; J. C,
Cooper, II. L. Hart, N C; Jules Hauni
iH-rger, Saliala; I.. II. Norciim, Klcli-
iil.ni J ; R. . I lunler, Alexanders; A. F.
Russell, Lviich, N. C; J. lv, Kciicday.
To insure change ol advertisements
iiiinitii! on regular contract, copy must
Ik- banileil in by 10 o'cliH'k a. in
HI HIMKHM NOTICKH,
i it choice china, for winter trade, arc
irriviug and being opened. Allure new
mil lush T.u ill increases cost y per
oeut., Inn prices are right always at
Law's, on S lull Main street.
I'hlH Mesas IIUHtnvNM.
We have decided to offer uuprtceilruteil
bargains in six to ten nice building lots
to those w ho will obligate themselves to
nlil houses at once, ranutiiutncost trom
Sll.liiin anil upwards. Ueareiuiw build
ing a seventy loot street through the ecu-
ter ot tins properly on which we will
iaiit sh.ute trees, put down pavetl gttt-
crs. crushed sidewalks, waler.sewer and
ihts, and running electric ears cither on
this street or near to It, itiiikiiiu it the
most desirable portion ot the ttiwn for
ill vest unlit. To get the tsrnetit ot this otler
ipply at once lo Gt-ai S. I'ovM'l I..
Pres. Aslu-Mlle, l.oan, C. I- Ln.
it I it i: ol- I
Asm vn i k I. inn r n l'o i k Co.. !
Ashrvtllc. X. C. Nov. HI. IS'.iii. I
Iviiitor The Cuii ii : Will ton pleast
ive nolitv to the Asheydlt- pulilic. thai
tte b ite coiaplt led contracts with tin
two li.nlai;.' itvtrical companies nl the
world, to wit: 1'hc foiupsoa llniislou
and the Filisou lieaeral electrical eom-panit-s.
lot the iiist-iilation ot ma
caiucrv t.ipalile of supplying two
tlioitsai.ti iiieaiiilt-steul lamps. Hxul-i.-irly
adopted Stir resiliences, stores,
churches, b.iiiks. t,r odicts. That we
hae ordered and will s i have erected
a complete system ol wiring tor each set
o' dynamos, ami lln-t we propose attcr
install.itioii iscotnplcifd. to lui uish lamps
ot auyeantlle powerlovtr Hie. p I forall
aiunt. or shorter service, measured b
ihctcr or otherw ise as ur patrons mav
prett-r, at 111 H-r tvut. less ilian any other
Ihiiiii lide company will oiler to render
similar sel vice.
Aiii mi i.i l.ionr - I'owi h Co.
D-fT'Clan-mout, rear Ninth Main ami
tkiii streets. Mrs. limit's popular
boarding bouse, has Is-eti taken bv Miss
llrolmn, ot South Carolina, late of New
York, and is now ready lor guests.
uovlL' ill w
Slow lo Travel.
It is often haul to decide what routeto
lake when starting on a trip. In order
to travel with ease, comfort, in style and
safety, always take the famous 'Cincin
nati, Hamilton & liaylon R. K. Thcv
have the fittest road la-d in the world.
Ktiu H passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Hay
Ion, Toledo and Detroit. The Pullman
Velvet Vestibule Line, with Purlor and
Dining Cars, and I'lillinnn Velvet Vesti
bule Slcewrs, When going North. North
west or West, Is.- sure your tickets rend
via the C. II. - H. R. R, Any agent can
sell you, or write to
Wit. A. WinoiNS,
Southern Pass. Agt.
P. II. Box LTD. Chnltanoogu, Tenn
The riiailnr nu-rtliut of Asheville l.wlfie
No. 4111, A I- h . , h , I hrhl to-" nr.
row nmhi nt n ,1'eliiek. VialtinH ,li.ineiir
iIihIIv wrlt'omrfl. dut
1III.IC Ml l it Ii.
Tlie AshfVllle h d Crnicev Mnuntiiln
wny t'nmpioiy ttill make split-Htltin at the
iit-i rt-Kii'itr inreitiia til tnr tttuird or Alder
mrn for iiermissioii to liulld slid oncrste
line ol street rnlltysy tin Charlotte street,
irom nesinui stre. t iinrtnwHrtl to the cor
porstr limits of the city llrsr I'riikr's uritn
nnlise. W. II. nVVN, I'rts.
mKH. H A I,. V B l A TON
WUhtu tnnr lo ihrhtdt! thnt when ihr
miikt'tt irrnn and tht-c in nnv chuTiKtr tn
mmkr iht dot' nut iharirr fur It fxtrn, an It
hufl been circulated hf dl'l
MRS. A DIN A, 89IITH,
At lltr Uhl Htsnd,
No. 4 j Houtli Mnln Street.
' A well vststilishcil business in Asheville,
crnttslly Int'sted, tlolna n nrst class trade
with Isrm iiroflts. This Is the best opportu
nlty now onernl In this rlty. Must be sold
bcesuse of owner's III hrnlttl.
BIGKLOW & JONKH,
KIIAL RHTATR AMI INVKHTMKNT8
Koom s McAfee lllmk, nil I'stton Avenue.
Dr. B. F. Arrlngton,
rilllrnt teeth a specialty, also treating- dlr
sett Ktitns, and all dts ases tterUiinlna to
e dental structure. Offles rooms on Pat-
over Kaysor amlth's drac
But UndttT'i Guide Book
toW.N.C. Price s ctt.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE
Many ilppui'tiiifiitH tto full,
is tho tinip to jmri'linHf. A
Wppuit and cimiiili'te stoi-k
shopworn, nui'tion Iiohkh tranh Iihiv. Look at tlm lnr
trains wt oftVr, tlio priitw wh
Ten thoiisnml yanln 40 inrh
worth (JOp , for 2."h'. m ynni :
MiiHlin, Sc.; 5 cukph prints, coHt c, at "ic; nil our cotton
checkH at 4c.; H dozen Towels at fl.oO u dozen, worth
't.00; 7.") cent. Linen Diminsk for .0c; 5 chhch HihI Flan
nel, twilled or plain, a little
comb ( juilts at 7."c nee them; 08 dozen Napkins, big-
value at 1.2.":100 dozen
.0e.; 200 dozen Hed Flannel
llaiulkerchiefH, Hose, (iloves
Kiiiliroideries, Torchon and
in Furs, MulTs, Iloas and Cnies. Our Clonk anil Wrapde-
piii'tnicnt ininieiiHc. We are
lenee the prices alrnoHt cut in
we intend to reduce our stock
sale commences, 'tis now in
No. 11 I'atton avenue. What
fore you fret there, fur prices make thinifs move. Mim
nauv.li is in his irlorv when he sells ljoods cheap. Our Mil-
inery ilepartment still lioomiiiff; more work than we can
lo; not soliciting any trade
and till urgent orders for our regular customers.
A cyclone has struck our stock ; pi nt's take a tumble.
Hurrah for the cut rate sale at
No. ii Putt on Avenue.
r 1UtY (iOODS. MILLINKKY AND rAHI'KTK.-'a
Dulrt rtllvcr. iTory. k. tlllt and CitmM
nutton MiMldtnin AImo Kaom Mouldinjc.
fii'lurm M fitted. Mtmntnl Hti'l Framed at
wcMt itiifii nnd work xuirnntrcd. Hnifrnv
in if. Paintlnjr nnd l.mal VlrA ntway on
ja. Main 84.. Ahelllc.
Apr 1 n d
l- Jllor Asheville Clrtien:
That our m&ay nirntls tnsy koow how we
sra geltlnit an wc will state that we took In
In Howl anti Htnrt
9,000 In wive Week..
Took In last Hatunlay oerr S700. $7n of
that was hotel, balaoee stors. Howl regis
tered 28 that day. Had a.nno arrivals la
a months. Oar sU'ek Is mammoth Sua fret
Inns' and 16 feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to nunc and see "Old ChedM smile,
snd hay foods of us and saee 10 to 3A per
novloiltr H. H. CHKUBbTBK ft HON.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMI, 2 PATTON AVE., V. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, esccut Mondays, from 10 s. a.
until 1 p. ra.. and A until 7 p.
The terms of subscription are: line year
t'i, (I mos., tt.BO; a mo. . tl ; 1 no,, nllet...
dally il eta.
Officers for 1HUU-I'reslUent, Churlcs W.
Woolsry t Vlce-Preiridrnt, Thos. A. Jones: "re.
and Treasurer, U. ..Watson: Unraiian, alias
R. J. Hatch.
Cltlirns and visitors are cnrdlallv Invited
li Inspect the catnlomte and Inserlbe their
names ns members. snUntf
One Solid Week.
JIONBAV, NOVEMBKR 17
SATURDAY MATINCE, I t. .,
THE BALDWIN THEATRE COMPANY,
In thr following Repertoire t
italir.v Hlavr, Two Orphan, Uneen'i Hv
drntf, Monte Crtftto, Celebrated Cane,
The Uanlte. WeHtvParifo. . s
CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY.
AdmlMlon, 15, 3(1, 86 and SO cent
ftcau on talc at J p. awjrcr'a. No. IS Pat
ton Avenue. ' "
St MERMMON AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. C
Thret muiuws' walk to the stress ears Be
lect board by th day, wssk or moath. .
MU, BETTIB COOPER.
aovludlsa ' .. ,
FOR THIS WEEK.
ht'iice tlio Hloulitfi. Now
foast for mIiopihth ; tlio mont
to twlcct from. No off Htyl,
Tricot FIiiiiiipI Dri'HS (Soods
o,()0(l yartln (SintrhaniM, wiirth
yiinlM SniMr Idem HIphpIhh
over half price;. '100 llone.v
unlaundered dollar Shirts for
Shirts tor 5ir. ( ut rntfH on
and Corsets. Bargains in
other La cch. Iniuiense valm
a la lined about the quantity.
two. If low prices will do it
fast. Monday inoniinir tin
poirres; read this and run to
you want may be gone 1m-
for it at present, but will try
X CAR LOADS
Mortar Colorst-Rcd, Black.
Terra Cotta, by theCaak
or In anjr Quantity.
C, E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THLKPHONK Nl). l.
phone 7 ft.
If yuu do yo will be .wars of the last, we
keep th. best aoods tot th. least stot-.ty. '
C. D. BLAXTC3I & CO.
ASBBVILE, M. C,
.'.SHI III. U: AlH'RKTItiR.MJZS Vc.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less than one ton at factory 4Ue. per hundred.
In quantities not less than one half ton st factory 40c. ' "
3iio pounds, Ail tickets, Iti pounds each itl.An
moo mi " in " " Ann
7tH an " :m " " 8.WI
Too " t.t " no " biki
1IMHI III mi n.no
Tickets in dollar pnt-kiiicrs and nnv quuntlt.!- of lee may he obtained from drivers and at
our other for cash or tickets.
Atsheville lee &. Coal Cumpuny.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
IJEST AS TI 1 11ACITE COAL
--Pur tsalr nt ImirHul nml KtrtHfl liy
ASHEVIIXE ICE AND COAL. COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxt 1 11 -i 1 w Ajfrnia iloniri.r nml ttu-uim mr WrHttni urth Carolina.
IT NEVER RAINS,
Rut it Hours, ami when It tines rain remember thnt my nsanrtnieiit of Umbrellas is the liirjc-
est in Asheville. If you tlnn't lielicvc It lust uliinec nt Ihe mn Heent dinplay now on enlil
hltion in my window. I would nlao cull your attentiun to the followinic ne-v itootls reeeivetl
Inst week : A new lot of neckwear In Kicnt sha- t s for evenloK wtari also in hat department
a Hoe of huts in three didi'icnt shade in th, "evcniiiK sun," ahnpe that Is so fashionable
F. E. MITCHELL,
LRWle) MAtllH'X. I'res
L. V. Mcl.dl'P. Vkf l'i
iBCTOBs:-LewisMnddua, V. J. Iteanlen,
. M. Keen, IJco. H Powell, C.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
(state, Couiil an t
mea a Ucneral Banklnu R. sinew, ItriHUrtU
lections made on all accessible points. The
Unsll sums in this department, deposited
ot 4 per cent, per annum will he pnld.
iiprctal attention vivru to loans on real estate, which will he nacedl for Ion. time on rra-
open irom Ma m. to pm. On Saturdays thr Saving liepart.nent will heniirntill n.-i.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In 11 IMNiii'ful. ivstful vali. suiTountitHl with
lin covcitNi inoiinraiiiK. Kini'klirK Htminm
nnd l)iiiutiiul wimu'O'. with itH thy, bracing
honlth-hiili'ii air, tm'ilnni fnmi dust, malaria
or (li'liilitntinjr fffit t. tht lii'Kt nt Fall ami
Winter climati'H. with its t luminal wntirH How
inr into iniu lilt' hioIh, th most liixuriiius ami
i nrativf batliH in tlii worltl. tf'iidi'rn to tlu-bilitati-d.
riuMitiiat ii uiiilaritais or jrcaity suffer.
r. as well as tin riH ii-at ion sti-kcr, llfalth,
Ih'st, l'l.'asiire, Home I'oiiiluits ami an unex
ri'lli'd talilf at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Iilatitoce from A.ltevlllv to Hot Hprlntf.. !I7 miles. Time ol trip.
1 hour and !17 minutes.
HCHKUl'l.K OF TRAINM.
Uaee Aaheville for Hot Kp-lnt nt 7 :ni a m. -t.'-'U p in, and T p m.
K. turnlna leave Hot Hprlnus lor Asheville nt T:.'I7 a m, l-J.'M noon,
a-d 11:10 pm. ,
I'ullmon I'nlaee Cars on a'l train.. Moiiml trip tickets InelatlinR
one day's Imanl at the Mountain I'ttek Hotel, 04.,o.
ij Haywood .Street.
All WATER THOROt'CsHLV FILTERED on the Premise..
Tweniy-ve years ot practical csiarrtrner.
tsils of the haslness and perfect arranaemrnta
msnufaetnrrd. enable tat proprirlo. to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon..
Ulster Alt aad alllthc eartoaa nsvnrs ol atHAV, ATKH ready tor shipment aad delivered
free I. City Hmlts. Oat of town orders mast
On the A. A H. Railroad, KlgM Mllea South of Aohevllle
If you arc lookln. for a place
w hy doa't yoa arc about
The hr.t mineral water and
liu NOW r Prices will o ap
rNno view, arfifio mniriy. n
Take Train Onl al .io A. sf .-Fair.
HNKH. MI'TLKIMIH. City
HOTEL?! ARMOND-HQTEL BONN YCREST
HKVUNI) MINER AL NPRINCS, N. C.
Klgtat Bfllca Mouth of Anhevllle, on the A. A H. RalfrsMtf.
New hotels, new cotlssra. new mmltur..
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
Whits Hulphur. Alum. Masmesia. Im. aad Upson.. Those ssehlaa hvahh a.d u
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of luhealls. water.
A.heTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
.a.'! ssiaim ni mu wxmnm of imn
Door, aah, Bllnda, noaldlnKa, malrwork, Mantel, Bonk
r "swrcipq an Kinaa or Bnlldlna; Material.
ST$. Wood I-wmber Work u Soeclaltv.
aS Patton Ate.
I. K. RANKIN, C.shl.r
M.J. FaKic.J. B. Hunkin.J. H. hav. I. K. krr..
M Mcl.oud. ...
Mnr 1st, IHH.s.
l ily Dvpoltor.
leeeivrtl. lischnuiR boaaht and said. CM
Km - lna; Pr.ture w Ml -ei-eive snrelal allrnlitiu
for four months or Ir-ncrr. Interest mi lit. n,t,
PLACE IN AMERICA,
eomhlnrd with rusoa.L aitrntloa to alt oe
far glsshlinkss .ad roarer ol .n .oods
to his asmeroas patroas a superior cta. n
have aiaroaat.L. Mertaot.
'C. H. CAIWPBFI.I..
for", horn, or aa Investment
tn .ml variety. Level lots.
and o KAI'IUI
you intns ol Hoy
ly ing whj
agCcaUw-or DrWa aealli Mil
Ami. a. P.ttoa Art.
beautiful irrnvva.arat laaala a. a ,
Near raaaensrer Depot.
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