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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FEIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1800.
TYRANNY OF MAJORITIES.
A DDRlv Hit KM BKFORK THK I.V-CKl'SI.
Major W. Hi Malone Make the
Openlnir Addreaa followed by
T. C. Weatall and Other Sub
ject for Next Week.
Maj. W. If. Mulotie delivered an ad
ilreti on the "Tyranny of Majorities" at
the Lyceum meeting last night.
"Majorities," he said, "arc always dis
posed to be tyrannical, which means
cruel and despotic, This condition in the
world is the result of our human nature.
It has been well said that power discor
d's the real disposition of man. Give
man power und it is only a question ol
time when the world will discover what
muuner of man he is. This is illustrated
in the iutluetiec of what is called the
money Mwer. The great advantages
which money bestows mar develop the
highest type ol the Shvloek who demands
the pound ol Ursa or it muy uliiiltlen t In
earth with a liirard. a l'cnbody or a Cor
coran. "Here is a man once poor and rcsiect
lul to all his neighbors hut uuw he pos
sesses much jiolil resulting from the acci
dents of fortune and instead of living
resH.ctful to his neighbors he assumes an
air ol imiiortuucc anil moves over un
earth with an air ol almost insulting nr-
romance. While poor he admiral the
humble simple christian lilc of his neigh
bor, hut now is luM'iu.iti-d with the jtn
gle and display ol fashion and w orship
the upstart pretender or the goil ot golil
Their nguin, here is a man once
in private lilc and kiudlv ilis
Hised, detentliug the right and ignoring
the wrong. Now he has political power
and holds the destinv of the jivople in his
Hands. Hcllolil the change: lie is com
obdurate, cruel, despotic and bloodv.
The majorities rally under his flog and
then comes violence and bloodshed.
When tempted with power and sustained
y tne array ol great uuuiiiers ut nave
human nature fullv develoiird. In fight
ing the battles of icacc great qui snout-
come to the Irout oltcn presenting llie
right side anil the wrong side. Hut il
fiercbance the greater amount of popu
lar clamor gets on the latter side, the
cowards rush to this, the apparently
strong side. It docs not toilow that
the greatest miniln-r is right. Indeed,
the history of the world shows that too
otten the wrong prevails by the sanction
of the majority.
"The world owes its success to a few
men. The wotiderlul discoveries in science
are the result of the hold researches of a
lew men. Vet how otten has the great
cloud of universal ignorance and the mail
tide of public prejudice driven these uohlv
few to obscuntv and covered them with
contempt and ostracism.
"TIhmiiosi deplorable thought is how
are majorities produced ? It is no doubt
true that occasionally uu honest, out
raged jieople rise in their united irlorls
and create a majority in favor l what is
right. Hut how sad is the modern way
ot changing public opinion, vt ho can
tell what principle is established when
the ballot box is controlled bv monev
Thinkofthe monstrous niouoMiics of
tne land corrupting the ballot lox. 1 he
use of money in our American Hililics has
become a grievance ol the most serious
nnirt. '1 he impiiry now, when a mm
runs for otlice, is not, 'is he faitlilul
and competent,' but il is, 'has he got
money ?' "
Maj. T. C. Westall followed Maj. Mn
loae. He took the stand that tyranny
was not due to the majority but to the
con option of the men in power anil said
that the coplc should nut be held resMiu
silile for the ucts ol these men.
Mr. T. K. ('.anus spoke ol the tyranny
of the majoritv as seen in social lite, and
was followed ly sevcralotherswhomade
1 lie committee on furnishing the 1. cec
um hall reported favorable progress
1'. r. lluxton will address the suvirtv
on "The education needed in Asheville
KLIX'THIC I.IUHT TOWKRH,
They Have Been Whipped
Mr. J. E. I'ickerson, secretary of the
I'eople's light, heat und power compnnv
has received the bills of hiding for the
lour towers which liiscompaiir will erect
for street lighting purposes. The towers
were shipied from Savannah, On., Mon
day und are cxiweted here in a lew iluvs
They will lie constructed as soon us s-
The towers, as heretofore sfatrd
Tiik Citizkn, will lie triangular in shniie,
and will be lyfi feet high. The base will
be anchored to three Isrils of brick, which
will be six feet in depth. These brick w ill
lie laid on a bed of concrete, one
loot thick and nine feet minim
um! will be larger at the bottom
than at the surlnce. The supports will
win nc iiistcnen to these lines pillars nv
bolts, fastened to the bottom, The trian
gle formed by the supHrts will lie twen-
ty-hve lect on each side.
It is probable that Mr. C. 12 Koss, of
Knu Claire, Wis., who has Inn engaged
in constructing the plant will remain here
as the local company s siicriiitcnilfut.
IN THK M'PKHIOH I'lll KT.
Mull for Dsinsses AuuIiimI I lie H
M U. K. K. Co.
In the superior court, in the case of J
A. Cwnltney vs. the Scottish Carolina
limlier und laud company, alter the jury
hud been einpnnueled and the plaintiff
mill introduced his testimony, the court
intimated that, taking the liiets testified
to as true, the plaintiff was not entitled
to recover. In delrrence to that opinion
the plaintiff submitted to a non-suit anil
ii mien led to the supreme court,
The cose of Ceorge W. Ilockerv vs. the
Richmond und lianville railroad com
pany wus taken up this morning. The
suit is an action to recover damages for
being put of)' the train just Is-vond Way
nesville, when coming to Asheville to at
tend the federal court, (iudger. Carter
& Martin apiM-nr for the plaintiff and
Chat. Price and W. II. Mulonc for the
pcecbeato be Made By
Mayor Chas. I), lllanton, has issued n
circular colling on the citieniof Ashe
ville to meet at the court house to-night
at 7:30 o'clock.
The object ol this meeting is to discuss
mutters connected with the reception of
and provision lor the visitors, who will
be here in attendance upon the southern
interstate Immigration convention which
meets the 17th of this month.
Speeches will be made by Hon. T. I).
Johnston, Mon. II. A. (Iudger, T. II.
Cobb and others. Everybody who is in
terested in the primarily and welfare of
Asnevme should attend this meeting
To Insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
bs handed in bv 10 o'clock a. m.
Forecant till H a. ni. Halurday
stain i aouiuenv winds i warmer.
Miss C. W. Ctislmmn left vestcrduy to
spend the winter in Washington, 1). L
The mayor and board of aldermen
meet nt the city hull at 7.30 o'clock tonight.
1. M. Canipliell this morning received
his commission as a notary public from
Marriage licenses have lieen issued to
Crcnd lllack and M attic Anders and to
M. U. Foster and Julia Anders.
Jns. Hcnson, put in the county jail for
whipping u clulil, wus released lo-uuy,
his ten day's sentence having expired.
N. A. Reynolds, city tax collector, now
occupies the room adjoining the office of
the register of deeds in the court house.
Court Place has suddenly lieconic a
popular resort for Italian jewelry rnI
dlers und two or three of them can he
seen there any day.
The election of officers of the A. . I'.
W. was not held last night, but will In
held in January, Nominations tor the
various offices were made.
The house keepers' uiioiu will meet in
the rooms ol the V. M. C. A. on Monday
afternoon at -I- o'clock. It is Swcinlly
urged that tin advisory hoard Ik.' pres
ent. More railway officials will attend the
Hireling ol I lie Southern Interstate I ill
inigrntiou association here on the 17th
instant that ever liclorc assembled in the
The collections ol internal revenue foi
the western district of North Carolina
yesterday amounted to ti,hot.7i. The
'receipts at the Asheville otlice were
Key. I. I Austin will leave lo-niorrovv
for Liitcolnton, where he was ossimd
bv the Methodist eoukrence just held nt
Concord. Mr. Austin is well pleased
with his appointment.
The Italterv I'urk hotel now has I .Hi
guests and is tilling up. Kooms are en
gaged as fir ahead as April. IMI1. The
trout puuzu ol the liou-l is lieuig cnclosvil
with glass tor the wimei.
1'. I.. J. icobs has resigned as stciciuty
anil treasurer anil suiH-ruitcnileut ol tin
North Carolina society lor the prevention
ol cruelty touiuiualsaurj Air. . S. L usli
man is acting iu lus place.
There is in the window ot Missrs,
Kavsor and Smith's drug store on Cat
ton avenue, a licuutilul display of hand
decorated china, ol rich and decant de
us. eiiialliug the choicest productions
ol any foreign works.
Howard I Swectscr, a prominent
banker ot New ork.and I-. 1'. I.ovc, ot
thiscitv, returned from a three days
hunting trip to Samlv Mush last night
They report having brought back . wild
turkeys. 7.'i purtriilgcs and a number ol
Kx-Assisluul I'ostmasicr tieneral
Clarkson lelt Asheville to-day alter a
stay ot lour weeks at the Italterv Park
hotel. His health is a great deaf better
than whet) fie came. Senator J. Moat
l-'assett, who came down Tuesday from
Washington left with Mr. Clai ksou.
Jennie Foster and loscplunc Crawford.
two dumsels of ebony hue, were Itclorc
Mayor lllanton this morning ch.-irccd
willi hunting und swearing nt each other.
Ii;ich had a taleot woe to unfold concern
ing the treatment she hail received. Alter
this part ol the proceedings the mayor
imposed lines ot $a cuch on them.
l'ev. ohn A. Ilroadiis, I'. II., I'.,
president ol the Southern lluptist Theo
logical semiuarv at Louisville, Kv.. and
one ol the foremost men in the Southern
Baptist ministry, spent last night lit the
llaltcrv I'urk hotel. He was oil his wuv
to the South Carolina Huplisl conven
tion now in session at I'uion in that
W. T. Weaver. J. K. Rich, M. 12. Rob
erts and T. F. Slarites, the owners of llie
valuable Thomas procrly on Patlou
avenue have grcutly improved the np-
Iiearanrc of the place. The old fences
uive been torn down, the bank
graded and other improvements have
licenmade. The pioicriy will le sold in
hx-I.ieutennnt-liovernnr Stedmatt, of
Wilmington, is in the city with Ins wile
looking alter the improvements going on
at the Oakland Heights Sanatorium, his
recent purchase nt Victoria, Asheville'.
suburb. The work is heme unshed rauiillv
and the building will Ik- ready for guests
by lice. 2d. Miss F.mtlic V'oughan. ol
iluiinglon, who is to Ik- connected with
the management ol the sanatorium has
arrived in Asheville and will remain until
Ik There Auv One Here
Sriuinnnoa :C. R, Thomas, Newliern
I). U. Vaughn, A. J. Duttcr, C. W. Stan
ford, Louisville; J. D. kattwell, J. P. Hoi
land, Baltimore; A. 15. Tyler, New York;
Maurice lacobs. tigent "Larking com
iinnv: M. II. Movmhan. Cleveland ; Mrs,
W. S. Lioscomb. St. Louis: L. M. Ilourn
and wile, Tarboro; T. J. Hiudon, At
lanta; T. N. Hardman, Man
Glen Hock : E. S. Melton, Morgiinton
N. Stonev, Ruleigh; lames H. Watts
llrvson Citv: C. I. Staples, Newton; F.
L 'Stevens.' Win. Hnrrett. N. V.i L. E,
Williams, Richmond; Rev. Mr. Ilurnett
and wile. Stiartunbuig; L. M. lioweu
and wile. Hendcrsoiiville; A. E. Itonrd-
man, llrevard ; J. H. Center. Sulem, Tn
i ii li, ., Poiorubitri. 1. II. Session, ir.
I'ottstown! I'll.; tico. W. Wulker. Ihiblin
Grand Centnil : W. II. Williams, New
Vork; W. R. I'.uin.int, Richmond, Va.; .
M. Porter. Cleveland, Ohio; A. L. Ran
kin, lireensboro. X. C; S. F. Ilolnn, Cov
iugton, Kv.; W. S. Nash, Johnston City
Tcnn.: It. K. Marshall. .Mt. Airy, .. c
I in i. X. Soencer. Newark. Pel.: tico, S.
Mnrin and wife. Pliiladelphia ; C. II
llrowu, New Vork; F. 1. Russell, Morris
town. Tcnn.; W. 11. Seibold, Rochester,
N. V.: S.J. Abbott. Daniel M. Willis, N
V.;C. II. Nesbitt, llaltimore;J.C. Smith
Tcnn.; D. M. Mcintosh, Wavuestille; 11
II. Thmnuson, Old l ort, N. C
li.ittvrv I'urk: U. li. Smith, Chiingo;
C. II. Urown. II. P. Sweet scr. X. V.; K
P. Ilaughton, .Milwaukee; J. A. Hrondus,
Win. Chrest. Louisville: loseph liarneau
Dr. T. (1. ComstiK'k. St. Louis; E. M.
Ford. Iks Moines; Mrs. Emily Ruhsom
Misses Eiuilv and Lulu Ruhsnm, Staple-
toll, Stolen lsand, U.K. Leieht, Jersey
Citv: WW. Kiilbv Provulencc; t.. I
Wesileldl, Fletchers; W. C. Watson, New
Orleans; R. II. Hill. Atlanta; K. M. Me
lutosh. C. . Lambert, Ricliinoml; I'. M
Simmons, Winston; llattie M. Jennings
A. Blanche Jennings, West llrulgcwu
A Visit Irani MoiiNleur Mlinkunere.
Fri.iti the Argonaut
licorgc Moore, lite I.ughsh disciple ol
.ola. oii.c had n play at the ndeou
Paris, and at the saute time an adapta
tion ol "Othello" was being rehearsed al
the theater. He called one morning and
asked to sec the manauer.
"What name shall I give, monsieur ':"
ilcuia niled the concierge.
" I ell .M. I'orcll that the l-.tigltsh au
thor, whose play he has accepted, desires
to ec linn."
The concierge went toward the uiuuu
"There is u gentleman in the hall who
tells me he is the English author whose
pl.iv has just lievtl accepted," he said to
"ijniie nghi," uiiswetrd llie latter.
send lutii iu. Monsieur Sliaksin-re, no
NO END TO BARGAINS.
Tho lust 1'i'w wtt'ks of tli tlyiii.ypiir nmilc iiipiiioi'ii1Ip in
tin? liistoi'.v of tlr.v ",((xls. .Miinimiin'li H buyers mrHi'i im
othil sliipuii'iit of it'll I values. They iiv pliieetl im sule tn-
iliiy wit limit reserve, at prices so low as to startle tlieelos-
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In iuutllle not la than one tnn mt factory 40c. per handrtd
In quantities not lens thiol one hull ton at factory 4Sc. " "
.1110 pounds, .to tickets, 10 pounds each aa tin
1100 HO " 10 " " b,m;
700 i'h " m " B;(M;
TIMI " IB " (10 " " oJS
1000 10 " 100 " " n.im
Tickets In dollar iHcknw and any quantity of ice may be obtained from drivers and at
uur ultiec for vunh or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue,
BEST ANTHRACITE COAX
Por sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
rciepnonc 30 ana 40.
BicluiWe Alien t tHomcntlc and Htramt for Wmtern North CoHn.
OAK CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
Of Raleigh, having appointed me their agent in Ashevilre
I am now prepared to acixmt work. All work hmiurhr. t.l
esteoinpelilii.il. A l.oiiih in the eamp, an explosion of m.v hmot n aiommy win ie returned on .Ntur1ny. N,
UVthll 1 1 1 1 , 1 1, , 1 1 , 1 1. , ,w,uun JMA nl.m.n I.. .... .1....
. .Mi.i . iiiiifctn ,, i-Aiurnniii.-, a iir" iiuovc luuriuiy JUIl run
tees to do the very best of work and at the lowest npiew
bargains, scattered in all direct ions, strewn all over the If your laundry has not Imhii giving you satisfaction civil
mo a trial.
house: every depiii l men! shaken ; the iiillux of iicv goods
F. E. MITCHELL.
aS Palfon Ave.
in a wit'k w ithout precedent ; our immense store mid base- wiwm mahihix. i-m l. v. mcuxiu, viee-prrs. , i.
1. Ilrarrien. M.J. Pan. J. 8. Raskin, J,
I'owell, C. M. McLoud.
inent taxed to hold them all: hence an iinpt'iati ve wale our
IHksctom:- Lewis Maildui, M
8. H. Keed, lleo. 8.
B. RANKIN, Canhitr
B. Ray. . B. Krc.
only alternative. The sliiiightercomiiiences to-day: prices
ruthlessly hewn. Cut and slush our watchword. This
immense stock is reduced regardless of coiiseipieiices. No
time for further comment : flowery "ads" unnecessary to
attract when prices ha ve taken such a tumlile. Look to
your interest and attend this sale. Make no mistake, re-
iiiemlier the place the immense store with the immense
stock ami iiiiineuse bargains.
No. ii Patton Avenue.
3-Iin (iOODS. .MII.LINKUV AM) CAIM'KTS "Y
Il vou want to emov lour titeal
st relict tie n vour ibcestioii with Mill
moils l.iier Kectilator.
Haven liav ovslers in the shell lit I
Strauss' every day.
"The (inn of Teii.ieHHre Vullri
11 ts ill the vallev ol letincssee. ti iiuuu-
svnonviuous with the "rich iilauters Ik.-
lore llie war," thai the ureutest develoi-
titettis iu the new south tire uiuiurcut
Huvlou, n eilvol li.ooo. turrounileilbvaii
inexhaustible supplv of coal, iron niul
IiiuIkt, is the "I'letti Citv ol the Vallev
and oilers uuiaralleled oiHirtuiulies to
uortuern tncii, inouev ntul bniius. Two
lurnaets are now iu lull blast and "Ik--hitul
ill orders." Anton); llie other indus
tries now in oiierntion are two tlom
mills, miiiii works, iilauiuu niill and
bnek works, with a cast iioniiiiw works,
il .love i n imrv nun n lint'.' riiiini, m . . ...
under wav. A .trono ..on l.. r,i vli..,.i.. .h .. h ..... ,"" ".T "" .." "' "' Bn ni..,,, nimur. iinnoum-r.
nor inn i-Miiitu . iniiiiiiii niv iii'vivnt i . ... ... ..... . itRini iniir li no M llllil iridll thf I
ol lluvloii. ami under their ""? M"'l -Ircrt. nnd illro llv in liiltmoii. Slnlion. A miiilhern r. I
,.,'"'.',,h lnrn.-el.iM-l. I'lui ty-llve uilr. ol room. will, mimic limn. IVrf... . ...V...
" " ifiieiivu eiiriy in ml. eoinilltf l-elirunrv. IHUl.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
-lrsanlsrd May 1st, 1HHS.
CAPITAL.S5(),000. SURPLUS. $20,(KK)
(stale, County and City Dcponltory'.
Hue. a lienrrnl Hanklns; Business. lVm.lu RcciKfl. Karbange boaallt anil sold. Cu.
lections made on all acer..ililr imints. The SarlnK I'eature will rerrlye suerial attention.
lln nil sums in this department, deposited for four rooaln. or loaser. Intcirat at the m..
of 4 per cent. rr annum will he paid.
"fecial altrniion siren to loans Os real ral.tc. which wUI be plsctdl for kmc Mawua rm
Open from 9 a. w. to a p. m. Oa Saturdays the 8a Tin a Drnartmrat will beopcautl vi.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROI VHLV FILTERED on the Prcsslses.
TH-cnty-Nrc years ol prartical eifierience. combined with rsssuNsL attratina to all de
tail, of the business and perfect arrangement, far clsinunsss and rvsirr of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprirtoi to present to his numerous patron, a superior claw uf
Vichy und Seltzer Water in Siphons..
Oinucr Alt and alllthr yarloas (l.rors of RODAfWATBR ready for shipmeat an dtBreRi4
free In City limit.. Oot nf tows nrderslntast hare BsroxaiBi.a irkmn
C. H. CAMPBE1.I..
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
THK MIHMION AT TMINITV.
tr. Murdoch Nnd Mr. Joiner Con
duel turn Mervlven.
I'r. MuriliK-li preaelicd Inst nilil ut
Trinity church, to it InrKrcoiiKn'Katioii, u
st rotii! convincing sermon on "The Judg
ment to Come." lie was followed lv
Key. Mr. Joiner with n is-rsonal unolie.i
tion ol the subicct. At the eleven o'cloek
service this morning Mr. Joiner preached
oil the advent call, the mission ol John
the linptist, his text oeiiuj "I'rcpiire ve
the wav of the Lord, make Ins luiih
lo-mclit lr. MuriliK-li will breach on
the "Ouivictio'i of sin," anil to-morrow
night on "The foil hath said in his heart,
there is no Coil." The usual services will
continue ut 11 n. in. and 7..'l in the
(st Norfolk oysters at
t'lirlHtinuH Openlim at Uw's
On Monilnv. Tttesduv ntul Weilnesilav.
Ike 1, 2 inula, till 1 m. A finer dis-
piny thnn ever Isrlore. All tire invited In
o", Sll ntul 01 South Main slreu.
jT Four different kinds of orsters lit
W"Flttintrick Ilrothrrs Imve receiveil
n splendid stiK-k of new and handsome
Willi pa tiers ol all kinds ntul rscrintions.
anil invite their customers to cull and ex
amine designs nnd prices.
lee ju i w
Offli'K op I
Ahiihvii.i.k I.ioiit and I'llWKH Co.,
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 1.1, IHIKI. )
hditor The Citixrn : Will vou iitensr
give notice to tne Asnevme public, that
we li'ive conitilctetl contracts with the
two leading elcclricnl companies of the
wiiriu, hi wu; i ne i omoson.iiou.tiui
nnn tne I'.mson tjenernl electricul com
panics, for the installation of nm
clitnery capable of siipplyinir two
thousand incnndcstcnt lumps, peciil
inrly adopted for residences, stores,
churches, bnnks, or oftiiTS. That we
have ordered nnd will mon hnve erected
a complete system of wiring for each set
of dynamos, und that we propose after
iisuniuuon is completed, to furnish In mps
of anyrandle powerlover lfl c, p. ) for all
night, or shorter service, mensurrri lis
meter or otherwise as our patrons may
prefer, at 10 per cent, less than any other
bona fide company will offer to remlrr
AsllttVII.LE LlUIIT hi I'OWHS Co, I
of liuvtou, niul under their uusiucc
grand public a m l ion sale nf tots w ill oc
eur ut Pavtoii. Teiint-sstT, IKix-iiiIkt 3.
4 and .i. To accommodate those
Icsiring to attend the sale, the
Citirinnati, lliimtlloii anil I'nvloii rail
road will sell excursion tickets nt one
tan- lor the round trip from nil isiints on
the line on lircrinlicr 'J and .'I. I or rates
und Itirthrr inlormiiiion cull on or nd
drcss itny C, II. und ll. ugcut, or V.. II.
McCornuek, general pnsseuger nnd ticket
agent, Cincinnati. Send lor n handsome
album ol I lay Ion views. Ample uccoiii
illodntiuns ut the hotels fur nil.
Indesi to New AdiertlNcnieiilN.
I'ns Rkst ST llnllry St.
I'n. Kkt T f. Miotic
Cini Mr.. Ilrmr II. Jones.
r'NK.il lioooW llltil- K ..Itin..
WAI.TKH C. IIHIIWNINI1, M. I
Oxiitixtit Si I vi
Triilc KxliiM tH,
1 1 II II Itl'llrllll'H,
Mi lit MM
A full lint- of lln' iiImivi
K"hIh (or tin' liiilitliiy trndc.
jtiHt iii'civi'tl by
HAY80U & .SMITH,
I'llKW KII'Tlo.N DUt'lKilHTH,
:1 I'tit ton Ave.
ji'sr ki'.c t:ivt:n.
Alrratl himeil anil Hplit.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
c. i:. MOODY,
ttnicv No. 30 Patton Avenue,
TKI.KI'HONIi NO. 40.
Viinl and WarenosM near Depot. Trie,
MRS. BRUCE H.JONES.
Of Nrw Vork, Tenrhrr In
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINTING,
Htuillo No. 1 JrfTrrsoa Mrlvc,
Mending of rhlns hjr Sring, and old rhlns
r.Mllilfll. I mnnill.i-luf n,v nn j
have a ktln nf the famim. "Wiiio" h. ..
wnirr. lor wnrs promptly eseeutrd, ll.n
JkllTIL'K TO STOCKIIOI.IIUH.
Anherltle l.luht and Power Cnmnany.
n.i uur, I., V , I.I.T. M.I, 1I.1MP.
At B mrrllnit nf lha Sn.n ..r I tl u... ..
day It was nrdrml that a mrrtlns nf stock-
nold'-r. lie rsllrd, tu ...rmhlr at this oHlee
uTMi.y, tjc. w, isvu, at 1 1 o'riora a. m.
.... Si . J'INIiH,
nnviisdtd skre. and Trraa,
A well rstalill.hrd huaineu In A.hrUIP
.vntially hn-atrd, dnlns a Dr.l elaM trade
llh laiae prolil.. Thu I. the fx-.! ouuortii.
nlly now onrrrd In thl.clty. Mu.t In-sold
ii.uw 01 owner . 111 nraiin.
Al.o, a llrnt-elsM nrw rr.lilrner. eentrslly
Imatrd If taken now eas lie hadchcHii.
We oner a .uirnilid tract of iiitiM-rinn,t A..
hi .11 inrr.nn.nl un .n.rr.. iiiiiiar
oak nnd tmekeye
I'os Kkkt-I'lini'.hnl nnd unfioiil.hrd
hoinvs only a few minute, from Court
W.NTSIb-Twn tsriir rralilrnees. with .von
. .M'.T 1'i ni.isiiKU liur nrw pnmnhlrt
A.hevtur, full of latr.t statistics. Call li.r
BltAL KSTATK AMI IN VlISTMIiNTH
Hinjm H McAfee Itluek, till I'atton Avenue.
to W. Ii. C
Price as eta.
JtOTICB TO STOCKIIOLIHtKS.
im of 1
Asheville Ktrrel Nallway Co , Kleetrlc,)
A.hrrlllc, Nov. 3(1, inuo I
At a mrrllna of Ih. Iw.ard nt a.M.M
this day It was ordrrrd that a .mil..
sioekholdrrs lie eallrd, to asaemlile at Ih..
offlict on Tue.day, Un. B, at 1 o'cloek
a. ss. 111
novas dtd Srcrttarr and Tn
11 M peacenil, rralfnl vale, anrrawnatcd wltn stlsso
covered monnlalnst, aparkllnK sitreams and ncautl.
ful acenerv. with lla dry, brarlnic, healtk-ladcis air.
freedom from dual, malaria or debllllallnst effect,
Ihe beat of Fall and Winter climates), wills I la thc
mal water flowlnsr Into marble pools), the moat lorn
nrlona aud curative batba In Ibe world, tenders to,
the debilitated, rheumatic, malarious) or ssouty ans
ferer, aa well aaihe recreation aeeker. Health, steal.
Pleaaure, Home Comfort a-d 1'neacelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Distance from A.hrvills to Hot HprlnKs,
t hour and 87 minutes.
87 talks. Time ol trip.
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS.
Uuve A.he.lllc for Hut prlnKs at T:al . , 4.s pa., anil r 1. a.
Retumlns trace Hot Hpriags for A.hcvlMc at T:3T a m, VJM aoou
and 11:10 p m. '
Pullman Pslaee Cars o all trains. Mouad trip ticket. Includina
one day's lio.rd at the Mountain I'ark Hotel, tsije.
Om the A. s. Railroad, Eight nilea South or Asheville,
uu aiisjvininsr vanaeroiit park.
wnVdonTylrieJallouf " ' '"""traent
url'S'i 'i" mnr"l " l great variety. Uwl u.
bu. i. IT' XT' ""Si"5'' " y2" "" ' hy iot
Uu.) Nlll f I'rtees will go up and (o KAPIDLV.
OTIS A. MILLER. rsomiKTiia
Take Train ul .1 ,..0 A. He-Par. M C.dUu, Drive o.lh a Mllea
I'KIIII. RUTLIIIKlll, City Ajrent, P.ttua Ave.
If vuu dotyoH will Ik nwiire of I lie laet, we I
seep the hest .00,1. fr the least money. IIATr I rT Allt. IIAVKI SWM.sa...
c. D. blanton & co. IflU I tLiLAnMUNIJ-HU I rl KllrJrJ Yl.KFxT
8KYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
WRhl Mile. South of A.hevllle, on the A. 4k 8. Railroad.
VN "VWVVVVWSA, . n --ij-, fi, ixju
Nrw hotel., nrw eottasrs, new furnltur.. beautiful ... . j '.
nnd llr.r. " "' "u U WWUS.
48 MTNF.RAI . RPRTMr.c
White Huliihur. Alum, Mamiesla. Inn and Husom. Thii.si. sIT.Jr -1 .
M-lr.-l ..mim u.111 .... ,, anw
" ""' ' viMtiais pteasant resort sad drlak of Its heaiuia waters
ASHKVILLU, N. C.
Dr. IX. F. Arrinjcton,
I'illlnif trrlh iim4.Ii. .Lu. i..,i... j,.
r": sin"", "nn ail ill.rn.rs nrrtainlnir In
inrurnlnl .tructurr. Ulllce rooms on I'at
ton avrnue. over N.VHir J. .mlik'. .1
tor.. ' '
Hold, Sllrer. Ivory, O.k, out and Cunbi.
nation Mouldinss. Alsu Mourn Miiuldlnas.
Plelurrs Matted, Mnuntrd and framed at
lowest prlees and work suaranteed. Ilnurav.
inirs. Palatines and Local Views always oa
S. Main St., Aahsjvlll.
E. A. LeVENE,
A.hcville, N. C.
Near PaaaeaaTer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Ua..aM. J ev-. . .. . . . '
Door, Sa.h, Blind. Houldln;., Stalrwork, Mantcta, Baalv
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Bnlldisser .ud.i
uHra wooa Lumber Work
i4f . TelesboMi n, aa,