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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1890.
AN APPEAL FOR IRELAND
FRANK O'DONNICU. RICCI'.I VF.H
AN INTCRF.8T1NU LliTTKH
HIM Aid and Influence lit Aaked for
by a IurlNh Prleat Me Keliitea
What He .Haw While There.
Frank O'Donnell, of this citv, has rc
ccived a letter from I'tttrick I.nRiie
parish priest in county Duiu'al, Ireland
asking fur his help in the ureat famine
thut threatens that einiiitrv. The lette
"The weather here since you left
something terrible; n daily downpour of
nun ucciJiiipunicu witn wum use iitirii
cnttcs. The polatoea, as you are aware
are lrone. i ncv, 1 t lie people) at least
many of them w ill not have one to eat in
a month ami they are not lit lor unman
food. Balfour was around here and saw
them beinu ilug and was ohlied to pro
nounce tlic in small, lilacK and rotten,
pleaded for niv la-oplc as best 1 could. W
may get public works but it will be too
late, 1 tear, tviiii to the Irish mem
hers collecting in America for the
evicted tenants and lor them alone we
will not, 1 am afraid, net much from that
country wlucliassisted usso mnniliccntl
unit so wucn nciorc. I ask you to use
your inuueuce witli vour tricnils in our
liclmlt. The state of things will be sad
indeed if immediate aid he not forth
Mr. O'Honnell has volunteered to give
the suiiiol SltHI toward the rebel ol these
destitute icopleiiud he wants the ciliciis
til Asheville to help to raise a hind tor
theiruid. llesavs he is person.illv ne
iiuamtcd with the writer of the letter,
Patrick Luetic and that he is a thor
ouchlv reliable man.
"I was in lioiical fortune months,"
continued Mr. liuiiiiell, "icliiriiinj' to
Asueviiie aiiout n month ao. i-.ven lie
liire 1 left, traveling through the count v
1 could see the decav of the crops which
were then stamliiiL'. tints and potatoes
are the chief crops there and both are
lailarcs. Max, wheat and barlcv are
minor products and thev are all failures.
The country is more mountainous than
this section of North Carolina. For the
whole nine months I was in lioni-gnl the
weather was so ramv anil bail that the
euple could not work their crops to any
advantage and the wit weather also
caused cvcrvtliing to rot. I'arl of the
lopsot the potato crop were, even liclore I
lilt, turning black and lading. There is
a general lailure ol crops throughout Ire
laud and the vicld will not lie more than
one fourth of the average yield. T
condition does not result from a want of
industry on the part ol the eoilc but
isliecuuse of the we ithcr.
"The county ol liuiigral" he continued,
"isuncol the largest in Ireland. Tlicicoplc
are nearly all ol the tanning classes there
Iwing hardly any nuchaiiics, and they are
therefore dciciidciil on the products ol
theoil and some stock raising lor a liv
ing. The luil ol the inople is gnat, a kind
id turf, and the weather has lain so wet
thev have not lieen able to save a supply
lur the winter. There is therefore dauber
arising; Irom a waul of lire. The weal her
is yerv damp and ciictr;itiiig. I In ml v
believe the icoplc wilt siiIIit if thev aic
not aided from the outside. I am willing
to give $1iio to help them."
1 hose ot .tshcvtllc's cilicn's who are
able ami willing to contnlailc to this
worthy call lor their chant v can do so
liy calling lit Till'. Ciiii n oilice. No ti
North Court stpiare, where money will
tx' rcccivcil. This is indeed a snlncct de
serving oi i ne eonsitu ratiouoi .ncviiic s
btiicvuleiitly inclined K'opli-.ind a prompt
rcspunse is earnestly aski d lor.
1'oreraHl mi a a. m. Wenrmldsi
Fair mid warmer Tuenilai and
wednt-Mdav i winds anlliluH to
Rev. S. II. llilliard leaves to-morrow
for lireensburo to take charge of West
Market street, M. E. church south.
Mrs. M. T. Fitch, M. P., president of
i ne nuiisciice Krs union, will address trie
colored icoplc on the servant ipicstion
!. K. Payne has hough! n. P. Drum
inond's house with the lot Wx2l4, on
Hailey street, through Cortland Hrm.,
The mayor's court was without cases
for trial this morning anil Mayor lllan
ton entertained the group of policemen
in attendance with anecdotes.
The committee ol arrangements for the
Immigration convention will meet at the
court house to-night ami everybody is
invited to lie present. The hour for
meeting is 7. Mil.
It was widely reported around the citv
this morning that there had Ih-cii a fatal
shouting all.nr last night at Mil Hit's ex
change on Water street, but imcsligii-
lion proved the rumor to lie grouiullc
.1. I . Sawyer lilt this afternoon for
Morgniiloit to attend I lit- n initial meeting
ol the board ol directors of the Western
North Carolina insane asylum, den. 1-
K. Hampton, ol M lva. also lilt here to
dav for the same purpose. The latter
will return to Asheville to attend the
Southern tnterstates immigration eon
C. I', Allstou, a wealthy cotton planter
ol iicorgctowit, h. C,, has purchased
through Cortland Bros., liltv acres ol
land, the property of I, II. Smith, on Haw
creek, fur Sa.iino. Mr. Allston already
owned sixty aires (iiljoiniiig this proi
my. He will erect a dwelling on the
ilace and intends to make it hii suninier
a Tk Anv On Here
Sn nnimima : C. E. McKce and wife,
lliinalo, N. V'.; W. A. H. Schrerber, Web
ter.N, C; K. Kliat, Franklin, N. C;
Alex. C. Cleuhen, N. V.; Mist Wctleldt,
I-letchers, ti. C; John K. Hoyt, Engadine.
Hatttry Vark : U Brown, Cincinnati;
Theo. D. Lyman, Tabkeeostce Farm; P.
W, Hanks, Nashville; 8. W. McCall and
wile, Moston; I. A. Johnson, J. A. Aldricb,
W. H. Weeks, H. . Sweet ser, N, V.; J.
F. Cook, 1). K. Hawthorn, Philadelphia.
Ilruml Ctatrul:l. G. Green, Canon
City, Colorado; N. H. Hammond, Till
bott, Tcnn.; Mis Annie Askin, Knox-
ville, Tcnn.; IC. K. Ilumpton, Svlva. N
C; W. II. Leith, wife and mother, Sulis-
iiury; I. h. White, N. CM Wm. Simpson
I-. M. Smith. Knoiville, Tcnn.; Clinkson
Wilbur. Marshall, N. C; W. T. Hutehin
son, .New ork: John II. Ikitiglicrtv,
tik-ii KiH'k :K. II. Urown, llclmctta
N.J.; II. C. Lowell, Wtioitsocket, K. I.; J
II. McAden, Charlotte, N. C; I. I.
Harper, Dillslsiro. N. C; A. Ii. Tyler, N,
V.; C. H. Southwick, West Asheville
lohn I Ionian, W. (). Knight, Richmond,
Vn.; John (. Mathews, Ilarliemville, Kv.;
in. i.ihis, iieii. i4t L.uoen, v.. i. v.ooH?r,
ii. I-. iiyuc, .Macon county, .. t..; w. C
l.iudsev, U. li. Steere, N. C; E. R. Hamir
ton, Sylva; tJeo. I. Omill, N. V.; Jesse A.
Chapman. New Orleans; J. W. Wikhin,
Aiorijaniiiii; I . I-. Jones. Nashville, Tcnn
NO END TO BARGAINS.
The Scottish patriotic society met nt
the store ol Mckmuou I'ctrie Inst night
ami receiveu l lie retHirts ot the various
committees on the arrangements for the
annual HiiiiK-r ol the organization Ki
ll, iiogmaiinv night. The committee
reported thut the hall over Kepler'sstore
and the K. and I', railroad orlicc had
wen secured tor the entertainment,
It has Ih'cii suggested to TllK Citikn
hy one ol the engineers that iierson who
take the drive through the laud of the
Asheyilie park and hoiclcompaiiv. would
Al the (jrand Opera Houac Frl-
Little Nugget will lie played at the
tiraitd opern house Friday night cc.
U'. Of the plav, the Greenville Daily
News of I lee. tl, says:
"One of the liest comedies that has
ever Ix-en in Greenville is "Little Sua-
get," which was played to a small house
Inst night. What the audience lacked in
niimliers it made up in enthusiasm, and
the lun was kept up lor three solid hours.
There was mi monotonous break in the
round ol fun, duniiug singing and spec
ialties. Herbert and Joe Cawthorn liolh
proven that they were comedians ot ni
menu aiiintv. iitriK-rt cawthorn, as
Mature (I Itnidv. is anexeeiitionalone.
Miss liriKie lolniore. as "Little Nugget
assisted in the lun making and received
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less than one Inn at factory
tn quantities not lens than tiue half ton at factory.,
aoo pounds, .10 tickets, 10 iwiunds each
ami no " to " "
7ihi ' ua " an " "
Tickets in dollar luii'knKcs and anv quantity of lee may be obtained from drivers and a
our office for cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
HEST ANTHRACITE COAL
, I'or sale at Wholesale and Metall by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Tciepnonc 30 ma 40.
Kii'luitve A Ktita (Itintirntic and Htcam) lor Wen tern North Carn.
:A PRIVATE TIP;
rind it Utter to go up hy way 'of Ha, much applause. The singing liv a male
ipiartettc was line anil encores were Ire-
ipa-nt throughout the wrlormaiice.
Il you arc intervstej in the nvllUre "I
shvvillc utu-ii'l fie I'itiicns' meeting ut
the court house at ":.'" to night.
hi:mvici.h at thi.mitv
To Cunlliiue hul a Mhurt While
The MTvices at Trinity church still con
tiuueand will lie held through Wednes
day lit least. ir. Murdoch preached hist
night one of the strongest sermons that
he has yet given. Taking as his subject
the story of the Passover, lie drew the
lesson of the submission of our wills
to Cod's will, and the necessity
of adopting Cod's plan ol sal
vation and not our own way. He
saw tllal as at the time ol the passover,
simply tne sacrifice ol a lamli and t
marking ol door posts with its hloi
preserved the lirsl liorn ol the children
Isrnrl from death, so we must accept tl
method tiotl has presented to us, our si
valion through the lilood ol Christ
the outward means he has prcscrilicil
iiantisin mid t lie hoiv communion.
Lir. Murdoch presented most clear I
the atonement, tail as the death ol
merciful Navior to ainnase a Cod
wrath, hut as u mcreiiui and loving Cm
ottering in own hie and shedding Ii
own blood in the iersoti of Jesus Christ
lor the sins ol the world pist asm tunc
of pestilence noble men and women g
into the plague-stricken district and
oiler their lives to relieve the distress
I'r. Murdoch preaches to-night on "de
liverance from the tsiwcr of sin." As
these services will close in n dav or two,
nil should avail themselves of the grca
privilege of bearing dr. Murdoch. He is
remnrkably clear and logical in his mi
soiling, anil upH-itls strongly to theiiitt
icel as well as to the heart.
zard's and Ileaiiiuont and dcscvitd the
new lloiileviiril to south Main slnrt
I ins, said the engineer, "would iiermit
them to continue the drive to V.inder
hilt's or Kciiiiworth Inn w ithout having
o traverse the new drive twice, gome
up ami mm coining down.
Kcv. Win. M. Cibsoti. II. i.. a clergy-
man 01 tin- t uitcii rn-siiytcnau churcli.
lias retnoveil to Asheville Irom his home
in Philadelphia. He accompanies his son
nr. i.tiisou. w no lias atlainid high rriiu
talion 111 I'liilailclpliia as a siavialist in
lisease of the eye and who has larn a
irolcssor in the I'ost t'.raduatc Medical
llcge ol rluladeliilua. His iiiinairei
health has reiitiirrd iiim to leave his orae
iiyaiiuseeK me restoring inllueiicea ol
ms climate. I'r. I.disoii has taken a
house 011 St anus avenue and will remain
through the winter,
KOVAI. AHCANI'N OI'KICKR
Dr. M. H. Fletcher Klected Reaenl
For the Vear,
At tla- annual election of officer of
I'rriK-h Hroail Council, Koyal Arcanum
last night lite following were elected:
Kegent-Hr. M. II. Fletcher.
Vice Regent T. I.. Ilvmlman.
Fast Kegeiit Dr. 1 1. 1. Millard.
Orator Walter Hatch.
Secretary S. I.ipinsky.
Collector li. I. Holmes.
Trrnstirer S. Hammcrshlag.
Cuiili' . A. keagan.
Warden W. II. Ciaik.
Sentinel W. T. WimmIv.
S. I.ipinsky was elected min'srnlnlivc
to the t'.rand Council which meets in Tar-
Isiro in May lS'.ll. with I. C. I.iiidx-y as
WTTlie Isrsl stock, tlie largest stink
I lie largest store rooms in Asheville at
Whillock's, tfl and 4H South Main street.
Wl-'ine china drcorateil dinner arts nl
Law for tin week at SJ't aiidJl'Neiiih
Sec them. divNd.lt
We have in st.sk a complete line of lr.
Ilumphrry's L'elrliratnl Hieeilti, Rimpln,
soil Veterinary Medicines.
A Coincidence In Aahetllle lul
It i a noteworthy coincidence thu
two able sermons were preached Irom
Asheville pulpit Sunday morning on the
abject of healing. Mr. KoIktoii, ol the
First Methodist Kpiscopnl church,
preached on "Healing Needed," dealing
with Christ heiibng the blind. Hi ser
mon was given in yesterday' Citkkn,
Mr. W. S. F. Ilrynn, at the First I'nsbv
terian churcli, chose for his tot : "Thev
hnve healed also the hurt of the daughter
01 my people, slightly, saying, pence,
pence; when there is no iiencc" Jcre-
iniiin vi : 1 s.
Mr. Ilrynn pointed nut not only that
the profile are, as Mr. Kolierson says,
"lllind. wretched, and dying ol the worst
ofall mnlndies sin, hut that the spirit
ual iihysicinns, many of them, heal sin
with the modern cocaine faith cure, rose
water and bread pill methods; "healing
me nun, sngutiy, crying peace, (araee;
when there is no iience, lie called to ne-
count these unfniihluldoetorsol divinity,
nnd the patient a well, who art willing
to accept uch trentment. One novel
leatiire of the ermon was the Kiint that
Jutlns wni a repentant sinner n surely
a Fetcr, but lacked one requisite of sal
vation a necessary a penitence both
In the mercy of (Jod.
Internal Mevenne Colleclleiiw.
Tlx collection of internal revenue for
thl district resterdnr, n reported to
collector Kuinnr onice, were f4.lifll.n7.
The receipt at the Asheville office were
MTCape overcoats for men, boy and
children. Rubbrrgood for Indie and
miart, men and boy, at Wbitloek'i, 46
ad 4t South Main itrcct. i
William Wullaiv Kollius was Uiru
Spartanburg, S. C-July I t. lust
tij ; tears and HI days alter the declara
tion ol intlr.'ndcucc ol American colo
nies was signed. In 17. when nol
much more than nine yearsold.or figures
to that cllivt. he nnd Ins lather held mil-
saltation ami decided to change place ot
residence, Went to lliirmiigtown creek,
Macon county, same section in w hich
Clerk J, L. Ciithev, of IIuucoiiiIh siincrior
court, was reared. Alter Irving this lo
cality divided Avcrv'a creek, in histora.-
comity of lliinconilic. was place lor him
anu accordingly emigrated to that lec
tion. Still not salishcd and shortly al-
tei ward moved to Mars Hill, Madison
county. Mar Hill college was immcdi-
n-lv started and he was first iiiinil to
enroll his name on the record. W. A. II
Urown, now livint; at Fuirvicw, in this
county, was president of school. When
war of conlederncy liecnmenlact he went
to work as a soldier. In came to
Asheville and settled all over. Prose
cuted government chum nnd merchan
dised with Ii. M. Kolierts. Went to Mar
shall and went into business in Ii" and
was married to daughter of late I. I.
Hunger in i now. ins wile a sister ol II.
A. tiudgrr. He then bought old
Vnnce estate, containing 3.500
acres near Marshall, (mm David
Vnnce, father ol Hon. A-li H. Vance and
lion. K, II. t mice. Mnahrstin Western 1.1 Crai.hiarecnuh.diiniilthraatiri
North Carolina to lirgin planting tolinc- 14 ""' rheum. rruitu is, rvl-l.
coon largeK-alc. At one time wa. ,,d reT:n,dT.,.:7a!,ra?,,rV
to lie largest planter of tile weed in the IT files Internal, or rstrrnal. bllod or
i uitrn mates n not in tne world. Mad . Kma -
r.im .. ....A ...a.: : I I Ophthalmia, weak or Inflamed eves.
r.;,Y"-ZV'ir"?!!- dry' or
nun ami Itcciimr ntw nf nmitrirtn'r (ki I V WhfMin citnitti. naamMlir rouirh.
I;nrmrri( wnrchmiw. (rxiolwr 1. 18'JO. ?. &?V?jJi1&tl,fvmh'
I Prvrr. ciinirriliin. inrtntnmatittns.
K Worm Fever, worm colic firdiaeiiaea..
H Colic, ervinit and arahrfutneaanl inf'ta
4 IMarrhira of thilttrrn andadalta
A hvaenurjr. icnixnic. hiliuua txilic
A Cholera, ihukra mnrbua, aaaara.
7 CouKhs, tiilda. hnararne, brtiiivbltla
TiHithai'he. furra.-hr. neuraliria
W Itiaitat hr. aUh heaiiarhe. veriivo
Ill lyitMia, tterannnl atumarh, coat
II Huireft Mrnara, M-anty iirdelay'K
11 luturrhira, tfcanns down, profuae
Willi nniMiinlrn i'iillntnr nf inl.rtil rmv. I 'ii m.-...i-..i m ul "
nuc lor the win urn iliNiriitnf Xnrth Cur.
oliiwi. Now miuntnina thut oliii-e nml
will iimhtihlv ciimiiiue till .Ntllf. The
colla tor clniinn to Imvc Ikxm limt tub-
Acnlicr to Litizkn hut cinim (liaimtnl hy
I lull- I'lrnti Inrucl. U tnml ot oyntem
nml i Piiiil to have rrmnrked thiit he
a. rlll .m and ulcera
J (eeneral tielMhty.f.rphjralral weakn aa
liriMiv, fluid acrumulatlnna ,
'.frt He a HltlinrM, aauaea, vomHtna:.
'J 7 1'nnarr dlaraaea. vrarcl. rrnalralrull
JH Nrrvuua dfbllitv. aemlnnl weahtteM.,.1 OO
i (atunKr mnlNlnlnK n f I via U of iwlteta
and 'J vial of powder inecraaary Inat
riouBt-aarai a iki
Vi Hore mnttth, itreanker A"
eiiuld d..,H.e of .m.OtH,. barrel. a!!
I Ins can lie proved hy numerous Aslie- .u Chanae of I. lie. oiaraac of the heart. ..I no
Special Hale Thl VTeek of Aatrachau Capca and Muni).
The liiHt few wwks of the dyinp year made inoiiioriilile in
tlw history of dry oods. MimnniirJh'H buyei-H procure an
other Hhipiiient of i-enl viiIuch. They are plnml on wile to
day without reserve, at priecH ho low as to startle the clos-
est eoniM'tition. A bomb in the camp, an explosion t
harpuns, scattered in all directions, strewn all over the
house; every departiiicnt shaken; tho influx of newj;od
in a week without pnimlent; our inmiense store and base
ment taxed to hold them all; hence an imierative sale our
..1 : 'ii i i j .
inii.1 ui rimiitt;. i ue siiiiiiinercomniences i-o-uay; prices
ruthlessly hewn. Cut and slush our watchword. Thi
immense stock is reduced regardless of consequences. X
time for further comment; flowery "mis" unnecessary
attract when prices have taken such a tumble. Look t
your Intei-est and attend this sale. Make no mistake, re-
meinlM'r the place tho iiuiiieiisektoiv with the imiiicust
sttM'k and immense bargains.
No. ii Patton Avenue.
wr-IMU (OUI)S. MILLIMOUV AM) (Mltl'iriX--
MITirH-Tk. CMll.k I , - .
thatit a. nevrr lieen the intrnimn t.. make' it . annaioriun" T. he Smlrari.'u wTl"
" 7 ' V r ' . . "t,y 1,1 """noiT aeaiina. A southern es
pnnre ami ine met ritrnilvc view Bear Aahevllle. tlvrrlooka both the Frrneh llniad and
Mwaaaanoa alley., and the park of Mr. Vanderhilt. K.h.iu. are of unuaual .! itr.
Thirty hve .ultra ol t.mi with private hatha. I'rrfret sytemol
v - ..,. in(iininK reoruarji, inui.
WA1.TKR C. HROWNINU, M. O.,
Ilaht, with lam.- il,,wi
riumnina. iicatina and Ventilatloa.
Alrraclj Hawed aad Hptit.
Lives onClieslnut street with
Heady for Chrlatman.
A visit to l.nw's will retinv all. A fine
sliark and lower iince than ever liefore.
(n't prices on line china dinner arts, this
week, at or, oil nnd HI South Main St.
sVCtuuc to "The lliif kiicket Sti.rr"
for your Christmas loysand fancy kimkIs.
KKcsi stiHK lltlll lowest prices. dtJ.i
On and niter thi date liriek will Is?
worth at our kill fll and 7 ner thou.
sand. lit ncomiik IIhick A tii.n Co.
I et ild I w
,13 HlMlroav aad aoaama. at. Vitn.'d.n.-. i in.
-It Mhihrrla, or alrrratrd sore throat.. An
3A CkroBleeoaaesUoBS, keadaehe... On
A.k (tar Humphrey's Kpeelnc Maaaal aad
lliimieopathk Olrrelorr (irra free at
HAVatiK ai MMITICH,
Pnrsetliilinn liruaaUts Ill Pattua A enue.
MRS. BRUCE H.JONES,
(If New York. Teacher In
CHINA : ANO : OIL : PAINTING.
Mludin No. T Jffnrsnn Hrlve.
Mrndlna of china hv flrina. and nld .-Mna
rr-allilrri. I maaalarturr ai own aold and
have a fcila of the famtiua "wiibii a..b.
wrut-ra lor work promptly ecu ted,
s-w e iir.ire to close out nil winter
wraps lor Indira and Misses. To-dnv i.
your time for bnrKnins nl Whithark'. 4)1
Miutn Main street. tu th frt
Hnndkerehiefs. miilllrr. ulove. toil.-i
ense. thnvinK art, nnd fancy plush arts,
prices low, at VI nulla k s, -fll South Ma n
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
MVnuuhn llros., of Knleiuli, N. C.
are her and are now miiniiliicturina
pure I'reneh and stick enndies. V.m
nun tnem iwlow the lirand (lia?rn house,
corner I'nlton avenue and II a v wood
thri'ltspntrirk Mrother hnve received
splendid stock of new and hnmlun.
nan pnia-r ol nil kinds nml descriptions,
nnd invite their customers tn roll ,l ...
amine designs and price.
ticcoo i w .
WTThe cheniet doll art nl UwV
Indaa la tw AdvartlaamaMla.
W.STkti Was. K.
Ktatiiis las-R. II. Nlra,
Waaran lav u.iuH .
los Rsnt lsrk an. N. a'ta
Uraaa Hoc.s-Mai.. fry Coacert Co.
IINOLt OR EN IEUTC.
Vl.ll in and Healdeats will Had this moat
inarming aad al tractive .topping place.
MHNAUK ANII C'1'IHINII KUI AL TO TUB
E. H. NIES,
LATR WITH DKLMONICO.
WANTKI AN ACTIVB, HONRMT MAN
nalarv tl(N mrnthlv If a.li.hu. i,h
amortaalUe for advaars, to rrprtarat lo
rally a napnaslhl New York koaae. Rrft-r.
MsiiacTuas, Lock Boa 16SS.N. Y.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THI.BI'HIINK NO. 441.
Vanl aad Wartaoaa. aear lonot. Tele
Hy jinue or a deed of tniat eireulrd hy
loho l( Cameron to me aa truatrr In-arina
date ike lath day of lammlirr, laa.i, and
j . J" "mt ," ,h' "'K's'er ia
"n". in D.nnrmnrrn.iiv. himii i-antiia.
la llnak 4 ol murtsairr. and dreils of tru.l
oa liaira 457 aad 4na, rirfault k ivlaa lava
mailr and demand aooa mrhavln. Iimh...
a. rr.jiilrrd, I will srfl the laad dnH-rlla'd la
aaldrired of traat al public auction to thr
hlahrat hldriar for p.ah 1 1.. . i
It'"'..'.". hv'l' m aald eoaaty oa Mnadae,
bimib laxemhev, laub, at lilo'eliKk
Haid land la allM.lMl I. fc -.
of Aahevllle oa Hollywood street, aear Co.
7." '"!" ooining lanoa or F, M, Miller,
Mrs. Una. Mrs. H. f SMl mmd nikH. ..J
v..m... ninv-waioa ot aa area, more or leas.
.-. at. I. n asut, Traatr.
If ma il.lvos will la? aware iaT the lael, r
keen lac la-sl iMda for the least money.
C, 0. BLANTON & CO,
AHHKVILLB, N. C.
la now Kina the rounds that the proper place to bay your father, brother and beat yuaag
man aumc thing nice for Christmas is
MITCHKLaVS, No. 18 Fatton Avenue.
A large aad elegant line of neckwear, silk umbrella, by the thouaaad, kid (loves, silk mat-
Hers, silk handeri-hirftt, alligator and fancy .Upper., in fact every thiag kept In a a rat clan
geats' farnishiag goods store.
F. E. MITCHELL.
as Patton Ave.
I.RW18 MADDUX, Pre
DiaacToas: Lewis Maddus
L. P. McLOlIU. Vlcc-Prea.
M. I. I
8. H. Herd, Uco. 8. I'o
Beard en, M.J. Page, J. B. Rankla. I
well. C. M. McLoud.
B. RANKIN. Ca.kl.t.
B. Bay, J. B. Rer,i,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May 1st. lasa.
CAPITAL, S50,000. SURPLUS. $20,000
Ntate, County and City Depository.
Iioes a (ieacral Baakiag Business. Ivpoaiu received. Rscaaagc hoaahi aad aald. cm
lectinaa made oa all accessible points. The Having Feature wUI receive special atteaUon.
On all aams ia this department, dep-aated for four muatas or loager. Interest at the ran
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Bprctal attention givra to loans ua real eaute. which will be placedl for loeg time oa rea
Opea from 8 a. m. to S p. as. tie Matarday the Maviag lieaartmeat will be o pea till p..,..
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUVHLV PILTKRKD on the Prcvtaca.
Tweaty-Uve year ol practical esneramce. combined with psbsoml aisrauxa to aN a(
taila of the ba.iaeaa and perfect arrangemeau far CLisaLiaasa aad rrarrv of all ga.ai
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his auraeroa patroas a aaprrior elaaa ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
lilnger Ale aad altlthe varloas Savon of WiAWATBR ready tar shipmeat aad deHveren,
free ia City limits. Oat nf tows orders mast have ss.posnsLs 1. ,..
C. W. CAWPHKl-t..
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In a peaceful, rcatful vale, aurronnde; wfta rm
vovrcd monnlalna, aparkllnar alrcawts asad tteaall.
fill accnerv, with Ha dry, braehiK, he Itta.iadca air,
Irredom from dual, malaria or debllltallna ciTccI,
Ihc beat of Fall and Winter climate, wills Ita liser. .
mal walera flowing Into marble pools, Ibe moat laa.
he debllllaled, rheamallc, malarloaaor coaly aaf
fcrcr, aa well aaihe recreation aecker, Meallh.Hoal,
Pleaanre, Home Coaaforta a"d t'neacelled Table at.
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Iilauace from Aahevllle to Hot Bprlags, 17 miles. Time of trip,
I hour aad 37 minutes.
SCHEDULE OP TRAINS.
Iavc A.heville for Hot Spring, at 7;3l a m. 4:ln p as. ami 7pm
Returning leave Hot Bpriags for Aahevllle at T:7 a m, fJ Mi aooa,
aad 11:10 pa.
Pullman Palace Can oa all trains. Round trip tickets lailading
one day's board at the Mountain Park Hotel, B4.S0.
A. ft S. Railroad, Eight Mile Sooth of Ashewllle
and Adjoining Vanderhilt Park.
whyWtVoa'JeJ'.lH,., " i-vestraeai
The heat mineral water aad In Rreat variety. Level lota
f'mnt ItY-XT I' y5 thlak of boylag why not
buy NOW t Prices will go ap aad go RAPIDLY. '
OTIS A. MILLER. ;..N.
Tab. Train Oil at ,.,, A. M-Fare aS Veata-Or Drive ao.ia Mllea
FKHII. RIITI.BINIB. City Arat, II Pattnn Ave.
Dr. D. F. Arrington,
I'tlltn Irelh a anedall. ,M.n. 1..
.Z ! ama, aan all dlarasra trrtalalag to
.......... n. ...Mvinrv. umiT rooms oa lat-
at anaiih'a drag
ton avenue, over H.vur
12 KRMHON AVtNUI, MHIVXLI, N. C.
Three mlnates' walk to the street ear Be
bet board by th. day, wwk ar aoatk.
MRS. BBTTIB COOPER,
Bny Undaer'a finldo Rook
1 C PriCdJCSCt.
Oold, Wlver, Ivory, tiak, Ollt and C'omlH.
aatlo Moaldlaga. Also Room Mouldings.
Pk tares Matted, Moaated aad Framed al
lowest pries aad work guaranteed. Bagrav-
laga. PalaUaga aad Local View always oa
m s. Mala St Aahetillo.
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mllea Mouth of Aahevllle, on the A. A S. Railroad.
lltrtUm?' l'",U" ",W funii"t- "'MM gmvn.ae.l Mlmta d ,..,
48 M1NERAL SPRINGS
Whit, Ralpkar. Alum. MM.,rt I ma aad Sorn TS Li,,.. JT... " .
Tern."rrBb ,"" -H.k of It. aealla, urs
E. A. LeVENE.
AabcTllle, N. C.
ear Paaaenger Depot.
P. A. OEMENS VOOD WORKING CO.,
Waaafaetarrrs aad DeaWrs as an klsda sf '-run
Ooaw, talk, Rilada, Moaldlaga, Stalrwork, MaateU,
-.mimm, ana aii Rinaa or Balldlng Material.
Work a. SncdalftY.