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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1890.
A Long Uat ot Thaw Who Are
Wilting and Able to Help the
Proapcrltjr or Aahevllle Liberal
The business men of this live and pro
gressive city of the mountains are evi
dently taking great interest in the com1
ing immigration convention.
This body will meet here December 1
and will be in session till the 10th
will of coarse bring considerable expense
to tne cut and to meet these demands
subscription from the citizens 'has been
called for and has been raised.
The list of those who nre to help pay
tne necessary expenses, with the ninouii
eacn will give, is published lierewitli
is as follows :
Chaa. D Blttnton
Natt Atkinson Sun..
W. T. Reynolds
I. j. Ma
J. II. Merrimon..
II. B. Carter
C. P. Grilling
J. 8. Adam.
A. J. Lyman
M. 8. Carter
C. A Moure
Carter Ac Crao
J. K. Dickerson At Co
C. T Kawli
K. B. luhnitun
P. A. Hull
Juhn M. Campbell
B. J. Alton
W. C. Carmichar'
J. D. Kotwrtson
II. B. Weavir. M. II
A. and K. II. liarrett
James S. Oram
W. t;. Terry
W. H. Westall
J. V. Sevier
J. M. Ilr.ton
B. W. Battle
II. T. Collins
Hrreac At Penland
N W. Glrdwood
T. W. Patton
I. M. Kay
J. H. Law
V. B. McBre
1'.. W. Purcluy
Graves At Thrash
J. A. Tenncnt ,
Ileo. 8. Puwell
Ballard. Rich At Uoyee
I. 8. Rankin
western Carolina Hank
1. A. CumminKS
L. A. Farinholl
C. H. Miller
W. W. Barnard
J. W. Sluder
J. N. Murgan
W. T. Weaver
O W. Cannon
I. A. Dcmctis
Hampton At Fcathcrsttin ...
J. C. Moore
H. Ilammcrm hlaK
J. W. SVhartle
Kay and itavenpurt
W. It. HMIiard
J. O. (Jueen
W. O. Muller
T H. Cobh
W. C. Ilrowuinic
Thus. I. Johnston
B. W. Ilurkhultler
J. P. Woodbury
8. K. Kepler
N. A. Reynolds
J. II. Iloatic..
W. P. Hlanton At Co
Williamson Ac Co
I'. B. Mitchell
J. K. Cunnally
Taylor. Bouts Ac Brutltertun..
Thad. W. Thrash At Cu
Weaver At M vera
Kaysor Ac Smith
II. H . Cosby
II. Redwood Ac Co
T. 8. Morrison
C. R. Milliard
C. B. Grahum
A letter From ttupt. Claxton con.
cernlngThcm and the Mchool.
There has lieen some apprehension i
the city among those parents whose
children attend the public schools, tic-
cause of a case of diphtheria. A child
who was suffering with the first stupes
of thut disease is thought to have gone
to one of the schools.
Supt. Claxton has sent the following
communication to T11H Citizkn:
Editor Tiik Citizkn : Will you please
nuuiisn in your to-uay s issue the 101
lowinir part ol the city ordinances relnt
in to the question of contagious dis
eases in the schools:
Section 638 savs that wheuanv child in
the city of Asheville eligible to admission
at the public schools, shall have a con-
tngious or epidemic disease or when a
contagions or epidemic diseaserxists in n
lamily in which a child 01 school 11 n'
shall reside, it is the dutv ot the attend
ins physician to report to the parent or
guadian and to the superintendent of pull-
lie schools the existence and nature ol
the disease, and any attendiui; nhvsi
ci in who fails to report the case shall on
conviction lie lined ;0 The section lol
lowing this one provides that any parent
who permits a child to go to school tin
der these circumstances is liable to 11 line
of SfiO. The school committee has 11 u
thont v under this ordinance to say when
a child shall be refused admission to
A proiier observance of these ord
nances is of the greatest importance to
all. The principals of thediflctent schools
do all they can to prevent the spread ol
contngtous diseases in the schools. No
child is admitted niter having had such
disease except on uhvsicinis certihcute.
Hut it frequently hapiens that no rexrt
of such disease is made to any schol
office. I. P. Cl.AXTIIN.
A GOOD APPOINTMENT.
. Samuel H. Hllllard to o to
tier. S. H. Milliard, of this place, and
who has bad charge of the Central M. B.
church, south, since the departure of Dr.
Kankin, was stationed at Greensboro by
the conference just held at Concord. Mr.
Milliard is to nave charge of the West
Market street church at Greensboro.
This is a good appointment for so young
a man. The salary which he is to get is
11,2(10 per year, or almost ns large as
any In the conference. A good parsonage
is also provided. Mr. Milliard is a splen
did preacher and will make a good par
(or in ois new cnargc.
Death ol Mr. Palmer.
Mrs, Matilda Palmer died at her home
on Beaverdam last night, after a sickness
of several months. She was about 74
year of age and bad lived in Buncombe
foajbalf a century. Her maiden name
was Bassett.. She was toe mother of J.
C. Palmer, wbo has been on the police
; farce ol this city. The funeral took place
i ocarerdaMn cnurcn tnis aitemoou at
r A. F. and A. M.
Tha mrl. Vnthlv
"f Mt. Hermon lonOU will be held at the
hall Thursday night V"- Bp. m.
u masons art cordials. invited.
Forecast till S a. n. Thnraclay
I.lklht rain 1 aoutherlv winds 1 ata
A new thirty foot street is being opened
from South Spruce to Davidson streets.
Miss Jessie Walton of this place leaves
to-morrow for Portland, Oregon, to visit
friends for a year,
Hriek laying on the pavement in front
of the Kawls block bus been resumed and
the street will be opened again shortly.
The collections of internal revenue in
thisdistrict yesterday were $4.U(Kl,t!-'. At
the Asheville office the receipts were
The remains of the late J. Adcr Clark,
who died at Morganton yesterday morn
ing, were brought here this mornmg for
The furniture for Collector Kollins'
office has at last arrived and is lieing put
in order. II. M. Kolierts, of this city, lias
been appointed clerk in the office.
The street running bum South Spruce
street to smith court place has lieen
graded down, so us to coiuorin with the
grade of Spruce anil Market streets.
Marriage licenses have lieen issued to
P. S. West and M. S. Kamlall, A. M.
Curtis and Willie Harris anil to I'm 11 k
Koliison and C 11 1 lie I killing, colored.
T. C. Starncs lias returned from an ex
tensive trip through Virginia and Ten
nessee, and sH'aks in glowing terms of
the evidences ot progress visible on every
A rovev of partridges gave 11 crowd of
men and hoys sonic sport oil North Main
street yesterday nticriiunn. About a
dozen of the birds were caught by vari
A vounii man nf the name of Robinson
living near Hat Cave, Henderson county,
was killed by a wagon turning over on
Is is 11 on top ol the Tug.ir l.onl mountain,
"n Monday last. He was about Is
Candidates for the democratic nomina
tion lor mayor have already begun toup-R-ar
in the arena ol action. So far there
are three who have declared themselves
as alter the iioniiuatioii. They ate C. I.
Hlanton. the present mavor, John Y. Jor
dan and Icr-se K. Starucs.
In the absence of the mayor. City Clerk
Miller presided at the mayor's court this
tnoriiiuu. The only case up for trial wa
one auainst K. A. Sorrells, 11 grocer, lor
exposing merchandise in front otliisstore
on North Main street. Me was liaiml
guilty, but judgement was susH.ndcd.
Mavor Hlanton has gone to llalsain
to attend the marriage of Miss Utile
llriuht, daughter of II. M. Hnght.nl lhat
place, and n graduate of the Asheville l-'e-male
college to Mr. John Clark, a popu
lar engineer on the .Murphy branch. I lie
wedding occurs to-tlay.
Alice rritchnrd, white, a denizen ol
thut part of the city known is Cripple
creek was arrested and taken hclorc
Mavor Hlanton vesterdav afternoon.
charged with shooting at A. Taylor, col
tired, with a revolver. She was hound
over tt the criminal court in bond ol
Stoil which she failed to give. She was
sent to jail.
Fire was discovered at T. W. Hranch
house 011 Clayton street again ycslcruay
tlternoon. ubout two hours alter tin-
rirst alarm was given. The tlamcs were
it the same place anil were put without
1 general alarm. The cause of the
trouble is a detective line and the wood
work around the chimney hail to lie eu
away to prevent further danger.
A. H. Gillett, II. II.. of Wyoming, (,
one ol the secretaries ol the Mnitlav
school union ol'thc Methodist ICniscopal
church, anil Key. Carrol, l. !., travel
ing agent ol the l.pworth league will tic
liver addresses at the rirst Methodist
ICpiscopnl church, corner of llavwood
and Huttrick streets, this evening at
7.30 11. m. livervliotlv cordially invited
Kev. S. II. Hilliard, Rev. C. M. Cnniit-
bll. Rev. I. II. Weaver, Rev. J A.Clark
Rrv. I. T. Stover. Rev. I. II. West and I
Student her have returned from Concord,
where thrv attended contcreiiec. K
Mr. Urilh, Rev. G. W. Jaexson. and Rev
L. T. Cordell froui the Western counties,
have come back also mid left for their
homes this morning. Mr. Milliard will
go to Greensboro next week and Rev. C
W. Ilvrd, Asheville s new minister, will
come here next week or the week alter.
Mm. William Carter nead.
Mrs. William Carter, died at her home
on Heaven I a in Monday. Heart disease
and rheumatism caused her death. She
was about till years ago and was well
known to the residents ol this section
The remains were buried at Ivv, her
former home vesterdav.
HI SINKSS NOTICkKH.
CtirlHiitiuH openliiK at Ijsw'a
I In Momlnv. Tiies.lnv nnil Wt'iliicsili
Dec. 1, '2 and 3, till In p. m. A liner dis
11l.1v than ever brlore. All are invited ti
1, .'.! and il south Mam street.
Asiikvii.i.k Limit ami Piiwi m Co,
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 13, lN'.lll.
liditor The Citisen: Will von ulease
give notice to the Asheville public, that
we li'ive completed contracts with the
two leading electrical companies of the
world, to wit: The Tonipson-lloustiin
and the ivilison iicncrul electrical rum
panics, lor the installation ol ma
chinery canal ile of supplying two
thousand incaiiilem.nt lamps, prcul'
mrly adopted lor residences, stores,
hurdles, banks, or unices. I In 1 1
have ordered mid will soon have erected
a complete system of wiring for each set
of dynamos, and that we promise alter
insinuation iscompieted, to lurnish lumps
of nnyeuiidlc power (over HI c. p. I for all
night, or snoricr service, measured by
meter or otherwise as our patrons may
ircier, at 111 crcent. less than niiynther
lonn fide company will oiler to render
Ahiikvii.i.r I.hiiit tit I'owks Co.
'The Gem of Tenneaaee Valles
It is in the valley of Tennessee, a name
synonymous with the "rich planters l)e
fore the war," that the greatest develo-
ments in tne new soutn arc aiipareut.
Dayton, a city of B,000, surrounded by an
inexhaustible supply ol coal, iron and
timber, is the "Gem City ol the Valley,"
and offers unparalleled omiortunities to
northern men, money and brains. Two
furnaces arc now in lull blnst and "be.
hind in orders." Among the other indus
tries now in operation arc two flour
mills, pump works, pinning null and
brick works, with a cast iron piie works,
stove foundry and a huge rolling mill
under war. A strong northern syndicate
hns neen lormed to promote the interests
ol Dayton, and under their ausniecs a
grand public auction sale of lots will oc
cur at Dayton, Tennessee, December 3,
4 and 6. To accommodate those
desiring to attend the sale, the
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dnvton rail-
road will aril excursion tickets at one
fart for the round trip from all points on
the line on December 11 and 8. For rates
and further information call on or ad
dress any C, H. and D. agent, or H.J).
McCormick, general passenger and ticket
gent, Cincinnati, send tor a handsome
kh, viiiviuiiniii kiiu wr 1 nun oat line I
Ibam of Oil T ton view. Amnle tuxom.
tnodatlont at the hotels for all.
There Anr One Here
von Know r
Battery Park .-Mrs. W. II. H. Smith,
Toledo, O.; Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Meader,
Cincinnati, 0.; R. L. Cooper, N. C; V. D,
Halfield, Troy, N. Y.: Edward Worth. R
L. l'remport, l'hiladclnhia: Randolph
Statwnkcr, Wheeling, W. Vn.;J. S. Fas-
sett, bimirn; w. H. bmitli and wile, Kicn
mond, Va.; N. H. Martin and wile, Chi
eago; A, r, Kuvcnell,jr., Koanoke, Va.
Grant Central. Yt. H. Leith, Fronk
lin; Mrs. J. R. Long and daughter, T. T.
Sahjer, A. V. Lnwson, 0, II. Snyder, G
W. Candler, R. H. Zachnry, 8. C. Liner
Wu, Kroger, A. N. Lnl'ierre, Mrs. II. C
Lattn, J. C. Aderholt, 0. II. Comann, I'
S. Ileukle. I no. Ilailev. Ceo. M. Hullo. F,
R. Loftiu, N, C; K. It. Sheridan, Knox-
ville; J M. Iiickson.S.C.j W. R.Guinant
N. J. Shcrrill, Vu.
Swnnnhmm : G. W. Winston, Paul
M. Kiiobloeh, New York; A. li. Mutton
Yiidkiuville, N. C; I. . WiiIImcv, J. R
Cuihi, North Carolina; A. II. Gobbcll,
M. II. Carrell, Cincinnati; l. Williams,
W. H. I'age, Knoxville; R. T. Varn.Cinu
lieilaiid Gap, Ky.; Chus. G. West, Mid
dlcsboro: C. II. Maker, Louisville; C. F,
Kvuor, New Jersey; G. li. French, North
1. nrolina ; II. II. lurncr, I'luliulciphia
J. R. Mucket, Si tot her, South Carolina.
(ihiiKuck.X. li. Hatton, J. J. Wal
lace, J no. A. Price, N. C; N. H. Multon,
Va.; Frank Sullivan, St. Louis; J. M.
Moody and wife, .' children and nurse,
Miss I'liuma Rhiiiclicart, II. L. Rliiuchenrt.
Wavucsville; lohu M. Nelson, Va.; I C.
I.ogau, Piueou River; F. S. Sauford. t '. tt . ;
Mis. S. (Iweus, Franklin; Miss L. Moug
lass, Darlington, S. C; W. McGalia, Y.
Mcliaha, Miss Ida Mi l .alia, Cedai
Mouulaiu; C. S,
Lena, S. Tadlcv
Fuller, Knoxville; C. C.
m:. Mt'MMOCH PKIiAt'HIiN.
senlees al Trinity Church In.
ereiisInK In InlvrvHl.
The interest in the Mission at Trinity
1 P. Iv. I church is evidently increasing,
the attendance last night being consid
erably larger I han on Monday night.
Rev. Mr. Murdoch preached Inst night
taking as his suhicct "Paul before Felix."
His text was: "And as he reasoned of
righteousness, temperance and judge
ment to come, Feli trembled;" Acts
X XIV :. '!.". Dr. Murdoch discussed tin
lirst topic "righteousness" ill a plain
logical manner, sinking of it as Ik ing
man's dutv to Gull, and that, being
created by lliui, man was mndi lor God.
Dr. La 1 n'rs followed Mr. Murdoch with 11
tew mnnks of srsonal application in
his sympathetic manner.
The service this morning begun at
ten o'clock with the Holy
communion, followed bv the regular
m iming service lit 11 o'clock. Tile Rev.
Mr. Caiers preached from this text: "The
kingdom ot heaven is like unto n treas
ure hid in n field" Matthew XIII 1.
closing with nn npcal for K'rsonal work
and prayer for the mission.
At the service to-night at 7.30 o'clock
Dr. Murdoch will preach Ironi the same
text as last night taking the second topic
"tcuiicrnncc." Allure cordially invited.
i;havi:s' i;i m uktm it.
Weeklv Mtiootlnit; fonltrHl of Ihe
AHlietllle Utile Club.
J. Graves won the Reynolds medal
at the weekly shooting contest of the
Asheville rille club yesterday afternoon.
Tne wind was very strong und the scores
made were not up to the standard. 1 hey
were as lollows, the highest Missiblc
number iHiug 1.1:
J. F. Graves, 110; A. II. Itairtl. rt":T.
L. Johnson, ,r7; II. C. J'Uics. .17; J. M,
Smith. .'Hi; C. W. Maloue, ."i3; M. 1.
One Prolvsmlon Hafe.
l-'rttfil the New Viirk weekly.
First Worker (gloomilvl "Women are
crowding into every depart mentol indus
try and lowering our wages." Second
Worker "I ain't afraitl of 'em." First
Worker "You're not ? What arc you?'
Second Worker "A cttok."
idea to New AdtertlacmvnlH.
W TKI "II "
pHital't.crra llitriier's lliizltr.
Ipil.lMAV I'.otilia Knvsor A; Kmllh.
Ci.itiiini. rc II. KetlwiHMl At Co.
A MOT 1 1 KM IH'I'iiHTI'MTl M imnilUKh.
l-'or horse colic Simmons Liver Hernia
tor is known to Ik- the ties t remedy.
Toilet Wat em
I lit i r Hi'IihIich,
A full line of the above
goodH for the holiday trade,
jiiHt i-eceived by '
UAVSOU & HM1TJI,
IMtl)H( Itll'TION I)KU(i(ilHTH,
.'Jl I'atton Avo.
)TICU TO STOCK IIOLUBKH.
1 1 Mi
Anhrrillt Micht nntl I'nwrf Comtmnj
AitrTiiw, n. . ntT f, mwi,
Al mrrttntr ttf thr Itnarri if Itlrrrttm
tiny it wm ordrrrtl that m inert In of toth
hultknt lw rnllcrt, to MMrmlilr at this nffu
on TucKiay, lmg, v, ihuo, at 11 o'clock a, t
novUHfttd Hrc. Mtl Tre.
ftv virtu nf ft riml of trttat svmI.wI ti
tohn t Camrrim to mt trtiatr Ihsh
dateth INth day f Ocxvm.wr, INNfl, and
rri(ltrfd In thr offlrt of th tteatntrr of
Ifcnli of Isuncomtr countv. North L'ami.na.
In lloh 4 of mortirajrrii and drd of truit
on pane tl7 and ufault hiving hrm
madr and demand upon me having hn made
mm retiuirrd. I wtll aril the land (Tracts tk.i i
unid tired of tmut at pnhlla auction to the
hitfhFHt bidder for caih at the court house
door tn Aahevllle In eald county on Mondav,
the Udtd day of Ifeccraber. ltM. at lao'vlock
Ha Id land ! dtuated Ifl the m.atm nnrtn
of Aihevllleon Hollywood Mreet, near Col-
"H iioiniup unut ui r. m, af iiier, i
Mn- l.'on 0tle and nihera.and
iSV. S. Ki-JS'u'S0? L5f
NO END TO
The lust iVw wpckH of th
the liistor.v of ilr.v jjimmIh. MiiiimuiKh'ri Imycrn proruiv nn
nilini- Nliiiinii-iit of it-ill viilui'H.
day wit In ut I't'wrvi', at prit-pw
fist t'oiiiftilioii. A lionih
liai'piins, M ntttTPtl in all
oiihi: every (ppai'liiii'ii wliakeii; Hie influx of new jjoimIh
in a week wit limit preeeilent ; our immense ntoronnl base
ment taxetl to holil tliem all : lienee an imperative sale our
onlv alternative, ilw HiaiiuniereoniineiieeH iti-tiay ; pnreri
ruthlesHlv hewn. (1nt and
iniiiieiiHe stoek i'h reduced repirdleHN of coiisetpient'eH. Xo
time for further comment; flowery "hiIh" iiiineeeHMary to
attract when prices have taken nucha tunilile. Look to
vour interest and attend thin
member the place the iiiiiiicnst' ntoiv with the immeiist
stock and immense bargains.
No. 11 Patton Avenue.
jwr-imY uoods. millinkky and c.iii'kts."
nUTii :v i nc Krnuwnrin inn companv, to t-urrci't an unrtiuntlcd rumor. nnnoitntTH
that It hfttt never Iwt-n the tntt-ntltm t iiutkr it a Kiinntorium. To the contrary, it will
Itr conducted attit tly im n timt-clitftft hotel nml Itlrnl resort. A mile and a hall Irom the
Ahcvllle court huuiw. nut Mn'n trcrt, nnd tllrrvtly nt hlltmorc Htntion. A aontheni e
Hiure and the tinmt cat nxlvc view nt-ar Aaht vlllc. Overlouks both the Prcnch liroad and
Mwannanoa Vallyit. nntl thr park ttf Mr. Vnnilt-rltllt. Knomi nrr of unununl l. airy nml
liKht, with InrKt t'lirlK. Thirtv live nuitcn ol rminni with privnte Imthn. IVrfr. t yMttmol
1'iuiniiinii, iicuiiiiK unu rniuuiiuu. u ic ttvni'ti rnriy 10 taw cnmniK rcoruary, ui,
WAI.TIM C IIKUWNINU, 11. !.,
Jt'HT NKCKI Villi.
Alrrnily Kttwrtl antl Httit.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY.
Offlre No. 30 Patton Avenue
TBLUI'IIONU NO. SO.
Vartl anil Wareatiass near llepot.
FOR SALE I
A well eatatttl'hrd bualnetuj In Anhevllle.
fentrally located, doing- a flrt claaa trade
witn laruv pnnt. Tnta I tne ort opfMirtn
illtynuw "fterrd In thla city. Must tic an Id
uct-au of owner's III health.
as iirsi-i'iaai new misisrni-ar. ith rm 1 1 j
Im-atrd If taken now ran he hadchran.
We offer a aidendld tract of tlmlierland. for
aie or aa an investment 00 narc. 1'oplar,
oak and huckeve.
Fom Mknt I'urn'flhed and anfumUhed
hon net only a frw minute from Court
miu a re.
v ANTRii Two larm mldmcea, with tvery
convenience, to rent lurniahed,
BIUKIOW A JONKA,
KHAL BHTATB ANII INVRHTMUNTt
Room n McAmt Block, 89 Pattoa Avcna.
Ashtvlll. atrrtt Dallwajr Co , Klrrtrle,
Aahtrllle, Nnv. iM, IMUO.
Ataittffllns of lh board of dlrrrtors
this riar It was orrlprsd thaf a mcetlna of
sioeanoitim lie eaikd, to asannbi at th.s
omci oa 1 ueaaav. ms. . at i o'eioes
Btsjr Llndaey'a Cnldo Book
to W. M. C rrtco as eta.
dyinj,' ytvir nimlo inciiioriildo in
TIip.v an nlam! 011 hh1 tt-
ho low nn to Hinrllo tho i-Ioh
in tw ciuiip, un pxplosiou of
dirit lioiis, Htivwn all ovprtlic
kIhhIi tuir watehwonl. I his
wile. Make no mistake, re
rim tlu ) t u will be attar, of the fait, wc
.rep the tiest Roods for the least monty.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.'
AHHHVILLR, N. C.
Dr. B. F. Arlington,
Ml'HOttOM MsLl DKMTIMT.
I'llllna teeth a sneHalt. also tmlla. dis
ease! sums, and all diseases nertalnlna to
tne denial strvetarv. tlfllc. room, na at
ton aveaaa. over Ravsor as snlth'i dra
Oold, Mlver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and CooiM.
oallos Moaldlass. Also Room Moultlinjis.
Pletsres Matted, Mosntrd and Framed at
lowest prices and work faaranUtd. Unsrav.
tas, Paintings aad Local views always o
k and at
a a. Main St., Aahcvlllo.
ICE RATES FOR
In uuantltlrs not less than one ton at factory..
!" ouHntltle' not less than one ha f ton at factory
;ioo pounds, 30 tickets, 10 pounds each
uoo ,. no " to
700 " mh So
7(10 " 1 ' ,.
truul 10 " 1110 "
Tlekets In l ir parkaKes and auv tunlltj' or lee may He ontoinca irom anvers and at
our uttiec for cash or tlekets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. Wo. 30 Patlon Avenue,
J J EST ANTHRACITE COAL
lor nalc al WIioIcmbIc nil Krtnll by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Ilxeluslve Auents tliomrstle and Ktcnml lor Western North Carolina.
OAK CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
Of Raleifih. having appointed me their agent in Ariheville,
I am now prepared to accept work. All work brought to
my Htore on Monday will lie returned on Saturday. No
extra. cliargcn for expressnge. The above laundry gun ran
tees to do the very best of work and at the lowest priccH.
If your laundry Iium not been giving you sat inaction givu
me a tria l.
F. E. MITCHELL,
LltWIB MAIIUHX, I'rcs
L. P. Mcl.ol'l). Vlce-I'res.
Imhsctoss: Lewis Matltlus, M. I. Henrtlen,
8. It. Kecd, .ei. 8. Powell, C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Htate, County and
Ikies a General llanklnii lluslness. Iletoslts
lections made oo all accessible points. The
tin all sums in this department, deMisitel
of 4 per rent, per annum will he paid.
8tedal attention Kiveu tn loans nn real estate, which will be plaeedl for looi time on rest
Open (mm 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Haturtlays the Saving Department will be open till p. in.
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED ou the Prenilwcs.
Tweaty-Ave years ot practical eirrlenee, eombined with psssokai. attention to all di.
tails ot the business and perfect arrancemcnta far clsanlissss and rnsiTV of all ow1l,
mannlactared, enable the proprietor to preatnt to bis aameroa. patross a superior class u-f
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ulnser Ale and ajtbe various flavors of 80I1AIWATBR ready for shtpmrat aad dcllwrr.l
Iree la City limits. Oat nf town orders m.sl have assPONSiaLS reterrnct,
C. H. CA OT PRFI.1..
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
pvncrul, rv-Htful vale, sarrosnded wllli pine
covrrcel niou.itnl.m, HparklliiK airesima and bcnull.
ful sccnerv, wltn Its) dry, nrai-InK, tlrallh-lndcn Mir.
Ir cdosn Irom dual, n.Mlat la or dvbllllallnic elltect,
the bal of Fall and Winter climate, with lis) ther
mal waters) IIowIi.k Into marble pools), the moat la.
urlouH and curative balhs) lu Ihe world, tendc.a lo
the debilitated, rheumatic, malarious) or gouty war.
terer. an well as) .he recreation Meeker, Heallh.RcMt,
PleaHure, Home Comforts) a-d l'ueacelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
instance loin Asht vlll. to Hut KiriiiK, 37 miles. Time ol trl
t hour and .'17 minutes.
gCHKDl'Li: OF TRAINS.
Inve Asheville for Hot HrinK al 7:30 a in, t.xn m, ami Tpm
RrtuininKlrnre Hot tprinK for Asheville si T 37 a tn, I J.ur. n.Htu,
anil I l:lo p tn,
Pullman Palace Cars nn all Irniua. NiHiml trip tkkela Invladinir
one day'a board at the Mountain Park Hotel, S4.SO.
On the A. & H. Railroad, KlRht Wile- Houlti of AataewllIC:
and AdJolnliiB; Vandcrbllt Park.
Jif s"iM ,0"k,n" !" Ple 'or a home or aa Investpicnl
why uoa't yun arc almat
The liest mineral water and In (rent variety.
fnnS vl'". d""d smlety. If vou think of buyls
buy NOW t Prices will go up and go VAPID!. V.
Take Train Out at aj.lo A. M.-Para)
PMHD, RdTI.BIlOB, City
HOTELS ARM 0 II D-IIOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KIBbt Hllca South of Anhcvlllc, on the A. Jk B. Railroad.
N.w hotels, aew cotlnges, new hirnlture.
food II wry.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
White Sulphur. Alum, Magaraia. Iron and Hosotn. Those Hekla. he.ns I.a ..k
select society will not fall to vl.lt tkla pleasant resort aad drlak of lu healing waters
Aahevlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
asaaaiaeiams aun Dealer. Is au klada of Drcsss4
Door, Mash, Bllnda, nonldlnsra, Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Bnlldlna; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Socclaltv.
..Oc. per hundred
..4oc. ' "
a8 Patton Ave.
. B. RANKIN. Cashier
M.J. Fault, I. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, I. H. Kent
May tat, IHNri.
received. UsehanKe bouKllt and sold. Cm
Having Feature will receive special attention.
for four months or lonsrcr. Interest at the rttlt
ig wky aut
am Cental Or Drive houlh a Mile.
Agvat, 3 Pattoa Are.
beautiful grove.. aeat Irani, .nrf , . i
E. A. LeVENE,
Near Paaaena;er Depot.
ot I dly
TeleailiOM Mo, o.