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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1890.
ITS EFFECT FELT MERE.
WHAT M'KINI.EY' BILL. 19 DO"
1NO FOR ABHF.VII.I.K.
stationery Will Have to Be Sold
Mailer Cutlery and Onni Ad
tigated and Found Rained.
In President Harrison's measure, de
livered to congress yesterday, there np-
peared this clause in defence of the Mc
"It is curious to note that the ndvmicc
iu the orices of articles wholly tiunllecU'd
by the tariff act was by many haslily as
cribed to that act.
It would appear, from'thc prices Aslie
ville merchants have been forced to put
on their goods within the past two
months, that there is something wrtnn
in this statement of the president. In
stead of "hastily nsml)in" the fault ti
the McKiulcy bill, these niiTi'lmnts luivi-
either bought k'Is or have received
ipiotations, advancing the price of them,
and are therefore able to say from ex
icrieiice what effect Hill McKiulcy's bill
will have on the people.
Mr. J. N. Morgan has received from hi
New York wholesale dealer, a catalogue
of stationery, books, etc., fur the w inter.
In the first part of the catnli'Kiic, then
has been inserted "an nmcndmciit,"
plained at the start bv "the recent tariff
law." This iutcrcstiuu little amend nicnl
lulorms those into whose hands theeata
loi;ue may lie so fortunate as to fall, that
the price ot lns ink stands and hikt
wciuhls is advanced in price In
cent. Iiccaiisc ol the hill. Letter ennviuc
books arc raised 25 ier cent, iu price, anil
photograph alliums anil scrap hooks, toi
the children, are advanced 1:0 m-r cent
Steel erasers lump up 15 per cent, anil
Irom f( cents to $1,110 tier dnn in addi
tion. American tissue papers have lieen
advanced 5 cents wr ream by this pro
tective tarm ot .McKinley tu, 1 lit
consumer of course has to stand thcsi
J. E. Dickerson & Co., now have to sell
imported pocket eutlerv at an advanci
of 25 tier cent, over the prices in voum
liefore the bill went into erteet. I Inns sell
from 20 to 25 per cent, higher than be-
Tbad. W. Thrash & Co. sav that tin
price of tinware is iidvanced 25 iht cent
by the McKinley bill. They also sav that
while the duty on crockery is not incrvaseii
the duty on the woodeu crates in which
it is shipped is raised tour dollars c.icl
and that of course will cause a rise iu tin
price ot the contents. Metal lamps with
opal shades w ill be raised .' iht cent
lieeuuse of the tax on the materials.
n bile these advances have not as vet
luxn lelt very greatly here, the linn says
tliev will lie wheiwi new stock is iiought.
II. Kcdwood & Co. say that imported
goods are even now averaging a little
more than liefore the hill went into effect
and that the reason the advance is not
more marked thus far is that the dialers
purchased unusually heavy stocks in
anticipation ol the p.issagc ol the .Mc
Kinley bill and Ixliirc the prices rose
Tliev sav that when the Asiicville uier
clinntj have to buy their spring stock
cne advance woi he eonsidcraole. rut
goods will go uii id percent. 1'earl Hut
tons are now selling almost twice as
lugli as six iiiouths ago.
A prominent grocery firm savs that
owing to the increase in the dutv on tin
ware, all canned goods have advanced
$l.:i." per case of loo cans. Ill this in
stance the dealers sav that thev cannot
raise the price ol the goods and are there-
lore the losers themselves.
A. Whitlock says clothing will hove to
lie sold Irom 15 to J.i m cent, higher
than it lias heen heretolore.
Im There A nv one Here Thai
Von Know T
tllrii A'aik: V. L. I'earson, lA-noir.
John II. Newton, Marion; Win. S. Har
rows, Mot Springs; Capl. . V. Ault, II
II. Heck, Knoxville; Win. Sherman and
wile, Milwaukee; Miss Matlie James, W.
I.. James, Nihsiiury; J. Mcinliciincr, At
lanta. Jin.fflfMfa.--Snni T. IVurson, J. C.
I'rilvhnrd, N. C; J. S. Harnnril, llreen
ville, Tetin.; Isabella rroctor, Morris-
town ; K. I.. Cooiier, Murpliv, N. C: I..
I.. Tignor, llaliimore; li. CaK-rs. Coliim
biu. S. C; J. I. Cooier, l im n ville, i'n.
S. S. Itaincs, X. V.
Ituttcry I'urk: Allien llernilon, liaii-
ville, Vu.; I-'. K. Whiting, Hickory; W. II
Harrison, K, A. Farley, Clias. Price, I. J
Mott, N. C; Mrs. Howard Wood. Miss
II. II. Wood, I'. II. Heard, Philadelphia;
. W. Kawlings, Chnttauooga; lidwm 11.
Seeliels, Columbia; S. C. Trnuemon, Ciu-
einnati; T.J. Fiupathek, Knoxville.
Crutnl Central: W. II. Williams, X.
V.; J. M. Kogers, Pigeon Kiver; J. W. L.
Arthur, llryson City; II. II. Shrrrill
Sylva; Miss Sherrill, liiltsboro, W. I
Kobertson, Atlanta; II. Knwll. Knox
ville; J. M. Zucharv, lln-vard: Paul
Jones, Heudrrsonvillr: li. W, Pavne, X
C; W. H. Williman, Va.; A. I.. Smith.
Ixington, X. C.
i'aA.--A. II. HtidHou. Mrs. II. C. I'ul
ler. Miss Mullmeaiil, New KucliiHc. X. V.;
James li. Huston. Pliiladelpliin; lr. I;.
W. Hunts and wile, Terre iliiute, Intl.;
i. u. Love, sylvu, ,N. L.; . s Mailloux
Onelicc: W. II. Mcllenrv. (Kviuslsiru
Ky.; H. Todsever, St. t.oiiis; Jack Slew
art, Lexington, Kv.; Mr. and Mrs. I-'. C.
Poissoii, New utk; I-.. A. Thoinits. Mil
rion; W. T. Ilunean, Louisville; M. H
Cilery, Dr. Charles i, kith and wife, Cl.i
Annual selection of Officer Held
Swnnnanoa Lodge, Knights of Honor,
held its annual election of officers Inst
night in their ball on North Main street
These officers were chosen :
J. W. Graham, dictator; K. J. Stokeley,
vice-dictator; 8. Gilbert, assistant dicta
tor: P. A. Cumminus. reporter: li. I
Holme, financial reporter; II. C. Fngg,
treasurer; K. L. (tondnian, chaplain; T.
W. llrnnrh, gnlil; , P. Cunningham,
sentinel; W. it, Look, guanlian.
Iit. A, Crawford was made medical ex1
miner and 8. Hnmmershlag, K. J. Stoke
ley and T. w. urancli werechosen as ami
King committee. II. rngg was ap
pointed representative of tin Indge at
tne meeting ot lie grand lunge in Wil
mington next August, with Jno. H,
Woraelc alternate. .
Ditto FROM A HORIR'I KICK.
Wlaalstocilns's InJurlea Prove
Winnie Cogglns, the little boy who was
kicked on the heart by a home Sunday at
bti father's home on the Bwannanoa,
died Irom hit Injuries yesterday at six
o'clock p. m. He wm six year of age.
The wound inflicted was of such a nature
a to destroy consciousness and the child
was ana tile to apeak up to the time of his
death. The burial will Ink place at
Derea Baptist church to-morrow,
Forecast till 8 a. tn. Wedneaday i
Fulr wealheri northerly wliltlHi
Paul Jones, editor of the Henderson
ville Guide, is in the city.
Prof. J. N. Ingram will lecture to-morrow
night at the Pair View academy on
tne countries in tne tropic tones.
Hon. H. A. Gudger lias returned from
Concord where he hus been attending the
Western North Carolina conlercnce.
Miss Ricords, Philadelphia; and J. H
Tolur and lirnest Hwbnnks, N. C, arc the
latest arrivals at Mrs. J. L. Smathers,
The first term ol Prof. Saville's danc
ing class closed last night with a recep
tion and dance to the memliers of the
class. About twenty couples were pres
ent ami relreslimcnts were served.
Mr. I!, H. Britt is now engaged in
grading the streets tor the Ashcvillelonn,
construction and improvement cotnnny.
lie has seventy hands employed, and is
pushing the work with his usual encrgv.
An alarm from box 15, corner of
Charlotte and Chestnut streets at 1 :-tt
p. m. to-day, called the lire companies to
the residence of T. W. Branch on Clayton
street. A small blare on the kitchen rool
was soon extinguished.
The committee in charge of the Chil
dren's hiitnc propose to provide a Chris
inas tree lor the little folks who live there
mil will lie glad ol any contributions to
wanls it. Money, clothing or toys can
he sent to No. 15 Charlotte street. It is
hoped bv thus giving timely notice there
will he a lilierulsnpply provided.
"Observer" writes Till! Cmzo: "I
ittcudcd the Kpiscopal church last night
iinl was much plcnxtd with the Kev. Mr.
Kitisuu. His si. vie is very impressive.
II Mr. Kitison's fieling npiienl will not
reach those who attend it looks as
though the K'oplc will scarcely accept t he
offer ol faith though one rise from the
The tobacco sales on the Asheville mar
ket lor XovcmlkT, as rcHirted by 12. I.
Holm, secretary of the Asheville to
bacco association nnioiititi'd to IU7,li5
IHiiinils. The niniiiint paid lor this to
bacco was $"7,!l'.H.22. In November,
Iss'.l, Mltl.la'.) iHiunds were sold for
$1 21. lion. 42. The reason tobacco is not
.inning iu luster now is that t Iu- weather
is so dry it cauot be handled well.
There has Ik-cii considerable complaint
'.hat a iiiiiiiIktoI Asheville gron-rs have
Ih-cii exposing their country produce on
lie sidewalks in front of their stores.
Section liMS of the city code provides
that no produce, merchandise, nittltry,
ruits, vegetables or oilier commuditv
hnll In- exposed for sale uhui the side
walks anil that liny person violating the
irdiiianec shall Ik- iiiu-d $5. P. A. Owen
iv. of the Km wis block, was before Mnvor
!llanton this morning uttil pleaded guilty
lie was discharged. The police have
iK-en instructed bv Chief Bnird to enforce
A VAl.rAIII.i-: HF.I.IC.
t Wiitcli for Which ll,)oo Hum
J A. Tennent. of this city, has in his
IHissession n silver watch which haslieen
in the Tennent family for 172 yean. It
is n bulky affair, being of about the same
diameter as the modern watch, hut is nn
inch and three-eighth thick. The crystal
is very heavy. The dial is marked with
Koman characters, the same as watches
mil clocks ol the present dav and mail
lition to this it has on the outer edge n
circle ol figures Irom 5 to fill, denoting
the minutes. The spaces for the minutes
.ire also marked oil as now in another
The watch was made in London and
has the Hi it ish coat ol arms in the centre
-if the dial. It is engraved, "William Ten
nent, 171" nn, I the case mid works ore
marked "llloO." The family have re
cently been ortcred $1,51)1) for the relic by
in nntiiunnnn, but it was reluseil.
lit HlSKHM NOTK'KN,
t'lirlHIniHM Opening- at Mw's
(in Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
iK-e. I, 2 und II. till In p. m. A tincr dis
play than ever liefore. All arc invited to
.)7, and ill South Main street.
AsllKVII.I.K l.ltlllT AMI PoWI'K Co.
Asheville, X. C, Nov. 13, I Mini.
liditor The Citixcn : Will you please
jive iiotuv to the Asheville pulihc, that
we h ive completed contracts with the
two leading clcclricnl companies of the
world, to wit: I he lompson-llouston
and the IMison General electrical com
panies, lor the installation of ma
chinery callable of supplying two
thousand incandescent lamps, vill
iarlv adopted lor residences, stores.
''hiircbes, banks, or ofhii-s. That we
have ordered and will soon have erected
.1 complete system ol wiring for each set
ot dynamos, and that we propose after
installation iscomplcted, to luruish lamps
ol auycniidle Hiwei lover lHc. p i for all
iiigut, or shorler service, measured ny
meter or otherwise us our patrons may
order, at Hi r cent, less than anynther
In ma tide company will offer to render
Asiiiivn.i.K LimiT & l'owks Co.
"The uent of Tenneaaee Valle.
It is in the valley of Tennessee, a mime
synonymous with the "rich planter hc
lorc the wnr," lhat the greatest develop
ment in the new null! are apparent
Dayton, n city of 0,uu, surrounded by nn
inexhaustible supply ol coal, iron mid
tmilirr, is the "liein Lily ot the Valley,
and offer unparalleled iimiortuuilic to
northern men, money ami brain. Two
furnace arc now in lull blast and "lie-
hind in orders." Among the other indu
tries now in otierntion are two flour
mills, pump works, pinning null and
lirick works, with a cast iron pipe work,
ii stove foundry and n huge rolling mill
miller war. A stronif northern syndicate
lias been formed to promote the interest
of Unvton. and under their auspice a
grand public auction sale of lot will oc
cur at Unyton, lennessee, lieeemiier a,
nun 0. To accommodate those
desiring to attend the inle, the
Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton rail
road will sell excursion tickets at one
fare for the round trip from all isunt on
the line on Decemher i and u. I'or rales
and further information cnll on or ad
dress any C, II. and L. agent, or K. O.
.Mccormick, general passenger and ticket
agent, Cincinnati, Send for a handsome
allium of Dayton view. Ample accom
modations at the hotels for all.
pO TUB PUBLIC.
On vrstrnlar. Dee. 1.1. A. Wnrtev nntln d
mi thnt I suit vacate the hoasc m wtitrh I
hiive iMen living for about 4 vrara I have
always paid Mr. WnrV? his rent promptly,
and do aut nwe him a cent, In "the late e Ire
tlun I vutcd ths ttemoeratla ticket, and rna
M-qurntly did not pnpport him. and this la
tnr rcnaua wnj i nave acta anitnra in mnvi.
uce, u, mvu. - ii. huuiiin.
OTICB TO STOCK IIOLIIItRII.
Ashevlllt Maht and Mower Comm
At a meetJiia of Ihc noarrf nf lllrrclnra
day It was nrdrred thst a meetine of Itork-
bnlilrrs tie called, to asacmhlc at this offlc-a I
on Taccdajr, bee. 0, lavu, at 1 1 o'clock a. ss. I
aovilSdtd an. aad Trcaa. I
WEATHER IN NOVEMBER.
IT WAH PRfttTTY NBARLV THE
Report of the United tateaMVnal
service (station Here Hardly
Enough ot Rain.
Asheville can well be proud of the
weather for the post month. While
north, cult and west rain and storms
have been the prevailing weather, this
city hn had a month with remarkable
low humidity, clear, culm days, cool
nights aud not a single day without sun
shine. The rainfall has heen very light;
much more so in fact than hus been alto-
get her agreeable. The last week hns
lieen hazy, but this always hapwn this
time of the ye-tr.
Asheville, a a resort, i more than
holding her ow:u as far as weather,
health, modern conveniences, scenery
and all tluisccottditions so essential with
any climatic resort in the country.
I'nitetl StHM Signal Service Snitiuii,
H l iiu ith Siinitiiriiiin, Asheville. S. C. I
Lat. 30. :itl N , Long. HI! 3H W. HIcvHlmn
lilinve sea level, U,3f0.
(Itxposure of Instruments hi t'. H. HiKnnI
Summary of Meteorological liliw-rvatlonslnr
' MUNTIIUV M HAN TBMPBKATrKB.
7 a nilg p mlu p tnlMinnl Mean I'cilly
n.saiai.anlr.i ti5i.:ui o.i
Meun Munlllly KullRe, 3A.47.
MINIM I'M TI!M I'KKATI'NK.
Tnltl I 2pm I D P m l 'idly Mean.
rui. in I n.t.ao
ll'.riiitis ill iimisture s,r culiic lout ol nlr.l
7nm 3 n m I U t m lliailv Mean,
a.anu I u.r.r7 1 x.Ah.i a.ii.-,
I Krdneoil to sen level lit HOl'.)
7 o m I g p m l9 p m I High I luilrl l.nw Tfiiitr
:m uao.is i.io salao numst iL'n.'.r-'l i. uii.
Moiuhly bftrumi-tfrf.tr inunth. .'IQ.3I.
lln .1 ilitrcrt-nt days o.ol in. or .norc rain
fell Itrt-ati-st iiniiiunt on n-iy one ilny O.I a.
Total for month o atl. Rainfall nlniost II In.
iiclow nveriiKc per month
'Still nn M ilays: gi-ntlc lirci-ic, 17 days:
moileriile wind, a linvs; severe wind il days;
in-v,iilinrf ilircetion. N.
No. elelin Nil. Ill
tlnys. I days
Inir i No. clotnly and
No. tluva wllhou' sunshine, o.
' ilZllNU. " " 2
IVr ceiitTof possitilc, loo. Mean for Nov..
V.1.Ma K-r i-cnt.
KAKI. VON Ht'C'K! B S.'m. IV.
Plrcctor of olist-n-ntory.
C. P. Amhlcr, M. P., nimerver.
Index to Mew AdvertlHeineula.
8TBivKi II. Iludeliis.
l-'oa 8ai.ii li. II. Patterson.
Pianos aaii osiian-s C. I'nlk.
To tiik Pt-iu.ic II. HuilKins.
OAK ClIV I.AI-SIIHV P. It. .Mitchell.
W liavi1 just m-oiviil 11
hi i'W ntofk of
Tin puhlir invitiil tt)ixiun
ini' tin1 vitrii'ty inul -(iiiuire
SMfinl nt ti'iitiuii is in lift I
to our iwutly iiiMi'il nise of
Toit.v'h Hiio Mauiruiv rut
lory. A loiU? fl'lt Willi. HU-
KAYSOK & SMITH,
:ll Tat ton Avo.
fM's iiw house:
35. N. Main Htrect,
ASHKVIIXE, N. C.
INSTRUMENT!, PIANOS, ORGANS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJOS, ETC.
m Huy from aa Immense stock or have It
hlpitcd direct to you from factory.
I AM AGENT FOR NO ONE.
I buy for cash whatever la best In the mar
ket, I aell on your own terms. I represent
Aa B Chaae, Ktvcrctt New
WIUMIN a WHITK URflANM, KIMBALL,
I'NITBU ITATUa OMOANt, "The Finest
la ths Land."
SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY.
ei k-,.U,.'tA ... v'
NEW ADDITIONS FOR THIS WEEK.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE.
Mnny uVpai't incuts loo full,
is the time to puirhiiHe. A fount for HhopMrH; the most
olepint and i-oniplote stock to soliH't from. No off style,
shopworn, miction house trush here. Look at the bar
gaiiis we offer, the prices we nann:
Ten thousand yimU U) inch Tricot Flannel Dress (ioods,
worth (('., for '2?w. a yanl ; .r,()0() yards (iinwhnins, worth
Hc. anywhere, He; 2,000 ynrds SeniMr Idem Hleiiclied
Muslin, He; .r cases prints, cost i!'., a-t "c; all our cotton
chocks at 4-c; 1H1 dozen Towels at 1.50 a dozen, worth
$...00; Tru'cnt . hinon Damask for .r0c; cases Keil Flan
nel, twilled or plain, a little over half price;. '100 Honey
conih Quilts at 7.V., see theiii;.8 dozen Napkins, big
value nt $l.2.";100 dozen unlauiideivd dollar Siiirts for
."().; 200 dozen Kod Flannel Shirts for ."ITc. t'ut rates on
Handkerchiefs, Hose, (Moves and t'ttrsets. Dargains in
Embroideries, Torchon and other Lai-es. Immense vuluo
in Furs, Muffs, Dons ami Capos. Our Clonk and Wrap de
partment immense. Wo are alarmed about the (piantity,
hence the prices almost cut in two. If low prices will do it
we intend to reduce our stock fast. Monthly morning the
sale commences, 'tis now in progron; road this and run to
No. 11 I'atton avenue. What you want maybe gone bo
fore you get then, for prices make things move. Mim
miugh is in his glory when ho 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
Hurrah for the cut rate side at
No. ii Patton Avenue.
DRY (S00DS, MILLINHHY A.ND CAUPKTS.-T&a
1HOT1CK The k mil worth Inn Cumpnnr, tottirrrcl nn tinrnunilrtl rnmur. imnnum-r
(hnl it hn never hern thr intmtlon to mnhr it m Htinniotium. To the coiilri. il will
Iw conducted utrictly nn rimt-c.ni.ii hotel antl iilral rrntirt. A mile nnri htll Irom thr
AtthevllU' court hoe. out Mn'n utrrct. and dirrttly il Milt more Htntion. A Kt.ulhrrn e-
purc und the itumt cxtrnivc view nenr Aiheville. Ovcrltn.lt both thr Freneh rrtmil nml
Kwnnnmmn voiiey. unu ine iinrv oi Air. vnuiirritut. KtMinm mix m unimuni n, airy auu
liKht. with lnrK- cloM'tH. Thirtv-Hvc nuilen of ronius with privnte ImiHip. I'ertivt yntrntoi
I'luiitiiititf, iicauttK ami ventilation, to iic oieneu ruriy in inn cohiuik rcoruarj, miu,
WAUTKK C. BRUWNINU, IU. U.,
JI'HT KHl lilVKIl.
Alrrsily Knwril anil Hplll.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
OfBce No. 30, Patton Avenue.
TKLBI'IIIINK NO. 411.
Yanl and Warrnua. acar Drnul. Tclc
FOR SALE !
A well eatnhlUhrd btmlnrn In AhrvtMr,
erntmlly ItH-nted, fining nrt vlM trnile
with nrm proftti. Thli ( th best opMirtu-
nuy now unrmi in initcitjr, juu uc tola
Imhuuw of owner! ill health.
Aim, a rint-eliiM nrw mldrnec. erntmlly
I ot-a ted If tHhen now ran be hadchenn,
We offer n uplendid tract of timber Und, for
Mie or an an nvciimmt on snarra. I'ODinr.
oak and tiuekeve.
Vtm Kknt FumUhed and nnfurnlihed
ho tine only a few minute from Court
WAHTxn Two larae traldeneva, with trrry
evnTrniencT) 10 rent lumiRiwd,
BIGKLOW A JONKH,
RBAL BHTATB AND INVKRTMKNTS
Room II McARM Block, lit Paltoa Arcane
OTICB TO aTUCKHOI.HKHH.
Asheville Street Mallwar Co., Kleilrlc.l
A.hcelllc, Not. Sill, I mill.
At a meetlna of the board of directors
thla dav II was ordered that a 4ncellna nf
inranomcr. oe canea, 10 asaemnie at tn.a
offlc on Tuetdajr, Ilea. , at 1 o'clocS p. at.
fWerrtarr and f rcaaurcr.
But Llnnaejr'a Uulde Book
toWr.N.C Price as cU.
i .';.- l '..!. i JwH,"ti..arJfca.rfsu'i''iiv ie ' rV-sV'rf 4-t' mW v'Vtfr Srrv-?;-ir-a'f'lt'li a)rnli1'liliiiliil''iilrtia ' "
hence the Hlnuu'hter. Now
stock; prices taken, tumble.
If mo do vim arlll be aware of the fart.
keep the best anoiU fur the leaat ainney.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
ABHHV1LLK, N. C.
Dr. B. Fa Arrington,
Pllllna teeth a ancrlalt. aim trcallna dlf
eawd auivi.. and all ril.ea.es fiertalnlna to
ine orniai Miruviure. iimce room, on rnl
ton avenue, over Majmor at smith', dma
Gold, ailver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and ConiM-
aatlna Moatrilnaa. Also Hoora Moulillna..
Plctarea Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price, and work faarnateed. Hnarav
Inaa, I'alatlaaa and Local Vltws always oa
Mli Main Bin
Apr 1ft 4
ASH K VILLI! AUYIiKTISHMUNTS.
ICE RATES FOR
In nnantltlee not less than one ton at factory
In quantities not leu. than one half ton nt factory
alio pound., 30 tickets, 10 uoundseach
noo eo " li) ' "
700 iiM " an " "
TBO " IB " B "
11HI0 ' 10 " 1011 " "
Tickets in dollar packaacs and unv quantity'
our office fur cash or tk-k'-ts.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Hor sale st Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL. COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Itsclti.ivc Aucnts llliinictlc and Hteainl lor Western North Carolina.
OAK CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
Of Kaloih, hn vinj? appointed me their ngent in Anlii'viHe,
I tun now prepiuvd to iwcept work. All work brought to
m.VHttui on Monthly will he reMinied on Saturday. No
extra clnirffeH for exprenHiin-e. The above laundry nuurnn
ten to dt) the very bent of work and at the lowest prici.
If your lauiulry ban not bwn giving you Hiitirtf action give
1110 a trial.
F. E. MITCHELL.,
Kfeii'a Outfitter. 8 Pattou Ave.
LHWI8 MADDUX, Hres L. P. McLOL'tl, Vlce-Pres. . B. RANKIN, Cashier
Dissctobs: tewl. Maddus, M.I. Hcarden, M.J. PntiK. J. 8. Raakla.J. B. Ray,. B. Rem
8. II. Meed. ttco. 8. I'imrll, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
ilraaalied Mav 1st, Ihkh.
CA P1TAL, $.50,000. SU RPLUS.$20,0(Ki
State County aud City Depository
ori m Ocnrroi Hun kin a Bua.ncM. Dcpoplu rrcrlTrd. Kx change bottffht aad wld. Col,
Wctiona mtttlr on all atveMiblr pultun. The Saving Feature will reed re ipcdat attrntioa.
On all lumi in thia (Jcoartiiirnt, dcptitrd for four month or lonarr, toterrat at the raU
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention ftiveu ta loaaa on real eatate, which will be placed for lone time, oa real
Opea from 9 a m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the Savins Department will be open till C p.m
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
S17 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROl'GHLV FILTERED on the Premtacaa.
T-enty6ve jears ol practical eiperience, combined with raaMiSAi. atteatiM so an de
tail, of the ha.lncss and perfect arrangements for GLStNLiaass and rvaiTV of all looda
manulactured. enable the pruprictni to prvseat to hi. numerous patroaa a superior class ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and allthe various flavors of 80I)AWATBK ready for ahlpmeot aad dellveiMI
free In CAlj llmiu. Out of town ordrra.ma.t have assroNsiBL reference.
C. H. CADIPBKLL,
THE HEALTHIEST PLAGE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In a pcrisl, realful vlr. surrounded wilts pine
covrrrd monntitlna, apMrkll.iK ailrvwma and tacaistl.
rul Mcenerv, wlllt Ha dry, brat-lii, henlthlndcn ealr.
freedom from dual, malaria or dclsllllalltiK cried.
Ihc IsrNl of Fall and Winter cllmnlea), with Ha Iher
ntal avalern Mowliin Into marble nooln, the moat I a a:
urlous and curative butha In the world, lende.a Io
Ihc debilitated, rheumatic, malarlona or gouty Mnr.
fcrer, aa well mm i lie recreation Meeker, Health, Real,
IMeMaurc, Home tomforta a"d t'neaeelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
IHfltfimvrrom AnlievllU to Hot HprltiKu, 37 mllea. Time ot trip,
1 hour nml .17 mlnuto.
HCHKDVLI'. OP TRAINH,
Unvc A.hrvlllr fur Hut Kprlnii. at T:.1ii a m, .tn i m, aail 7pm
Returnlnc leave Hut Hprlnaa fur Asheville at 7:37 a m, lil.aa a.n.n,
and I l:lii p m,
Pullman PalaiT Cars on all trains. Round trip ticket. Including
one day's Iwanl at the Mountain park lliilel, 4.o.
On the A. ft H. Railroad, Kig-ht Mllea Mouth of Anlw.Hc
and Adjoliiluo; Vandcrbllt Park.
If ynu are Im.klns fnr a place fur a horse or aa laraatncat
is-lty dun'l you ace alHiul
The Itrnl mineral water and In xrrat variety. leeeH lota,
u."ynJijit7".?r;cci .riyo.pf.3;rRnAk..rDbLV.'"" wb' "
OTIS A. MILLER, r
Take Train Unl al .io A. Me-Para asCanta-Os Drive aoath Mllea.
PKIIII. RUTLBUOII, City Ajreut, SS Pattoa Ave.
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klffht Miles South of Anhevllle, on the A. S. Railroad.
New hotels, new eottaffea, new furniture, hesntlfal arovea.nat tnni. .nrt i
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
Whit Sulphur, Alum, Maaneala. Iron aad Unanaa. Tkna K..i.k ,
select society will not fall to visit thla pleasant resort aad drink trt It. h..n.. .
Aabcvlllc, M. G.
P. A. DEMEMS WOOD WORKING CO.,
lawieirfri wo wairrB m an aiaaa m ureeaea
Door, Mash, Blind, Mouldlnsr, Stalrwork, Maatela, Banib
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds of Balldhaa Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
aov 14 diy Tiesou
4iic. per hundred.
of Ice may be obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
E. A. LeVF.NE,
Near Paaacng-er Depots
Work a SnccJaltv
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