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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1890.
THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS.
AtHEVIUB OUTLINED BV
The Great Work That Fall on tbe
Public school-Why the People
Mhould be More Interested
Prof. P. P. Claxton, superintendent of
Asheville' public schools, delivered an
Interesting addreM on the educational
needs of Asheville to an audience larger
than the average at the Lyceum lust
Prof. Claxton began his talk by sayinK
that up to three years ago there were
nothing but private schools in Asheville,
with the exception of small tree schools
which were open for only a short while
in theyenr. "Then," he continued, "there
were not more than BGO or 300 children
in school here. When the present system
of public schools was organised, it was
thought by the school board that about
250 children would apply and the buil
ing was cupuble of accommodating 3011,
Six hundred presented themselves.
was decided best then to cut down the
number ol grades to five, as the building
would not accommodate more. live
alter this there were .100 entered
1 nis was mure than ever wore
in school in Asheville licliire. There
were, in the first grade, just licgiu
ning to learn to read or write, boys
years of age and the average age of th
gruclc was ten years, llic average age
in the nrst grade has lullvn down to 7
venrs. A reason lor the better urudatio
of tin ages now is that the children start
to school earlier than tliev did then and
theHyeur old children know us min
now as did those 16 ycurs old three yearn
WOKK OF K H1.IC SCHOOLS.
"There are several reawins lor taking
up the subject ol public schools first
One is that according tothe report of the
siiierintcndentof pulilicinslriiction. there
was not over ten per cent, of the children
of North Carolina in private schools lust
year. This melius that lour hundred
thousand are dcendcnt on the public
schools fi r education, mid that the
masses are more interested in the public
than in the private schools. There tin
i',500 children of actual school age in
Asheville und not more than 3n0 are in
private schools. The remainder must
be educated in some other w.iy. The
public schools ought to be and should be
the best kinds ol schools. They arc more
systematic, lor in private schools, teach'
era cunnge ami witn tnem method
change and time is lost in hading
wnnt a child is prepared to di
ucsidcs public schools are suiioortc
by the public and are public. All shoul
be interested in them, for on them de
pends, more tbun on anything else, the
ciiucusnip oi Asnevilie. II there is any
thing in these schools that is not liked
by a parent, he can criticise it to thr pub
lic and the public cun criticise it. Tins is
not so with private schools.
SOME THINGS NKKDKD.
"One need of Asheville is forthe parents
to take more interest in the public
schools. There ore also Sieciul needs.
Ol these, the first is buildings. There are
2.500 children here who ought to lie in
sciiool, and we Have but one proicrly ar
ranged building. tbeuneouOraiiuestrcet.
Bill oim children is the largest numlier it
can possiiny accommodate. At the Acail
cmy street school 00 can be
taken care of, but not well. The rooms
are small, are heated by stoves und have
no ventilation but open windows. These
two nuiidings can lake WW children
leaving I.iiouto beenred for. Count ou
i'oo at the colored school, ulso in a poor
building, uud we have 1.00, more
than hall ol those of real school age, not
provided lor. The Academy street school
is in a district where l.Uiiu children live,
As it cun accommodate but uo, ihcrcurc
HIKJ in that district not provided lor.
Attain, it is not rightly situated. Child
rco must walk long distance to reach
MOKK TKACIIKkS KTC.
''Another need is more teachers. It is
aid that a teacher should not have
charge ol more thnn lorty pupils, and
this city the average to each teacher in
thepuhlic schools is fifty; some even
have sixty. Another thing needed
manual training in our iiublic schools.
This ought to lie provided lor so that
every child might devote lit least three
Hours per week in learning to use its hands;
the hovi in woodwork, ironwork or
modeling in clnv, and the girls in sewing
or cooking. 1 here tins liccn nn attempt
to introduce some ol these leaturra on
small scale and it has Ix-cn very success
ful, i ne children also need physical cul
ture. It is lolly to teach chil
area and let them grow up
iibvskul wrecks. There ought to
be in each school u gvmunsium win-re the
pupils could be drilled, with bath rooms
in connection, I am sure we could save
in that way many lives. The seeds of
disease are pluated in school. An attempt
was made at one of the schools, some
lime ago to introduce the drill with In
dian clubs, dumb bells anil wands; and
at a time when there was a great deal of
sickness among thechildren, must of them
having to lose at least one day from
school, not one of those who were in this
class of lort y-ciuht who took regular ex
ercise was sick or bad to lose a school
HOOKS AND CLOTHING.
"Another thing needed is free books. 1
do not mean for all the pupils, but for
those who can not alfonl to buy them.
Numbers have trouble every year to get
them, Others need clothing. One day
tnis ween, when toe streets were froxen,
ana toe thermometer was down to 2
some came to school bareloot. They arc
lorcca to stop in tne winter and cannot
come until spring. There is also a need
for kindergarten training in the schools.
Another year in the course ol study is
needed, lor now we stop one year short
ol preparing boys for the freshmen year
at college, intra i great need lor a
school library. There should at least be
a library of tea thousand volumes, where
children conu read tne iiest literature,
That would help wonderfully in educat
ing them. The attendance at the schools
Is sot large enougo, ana we need a com
pulsory education law.
"The private schools here are good and
have done good work, but we need some
special schools, soch as business colleges,
musical or art colleges. 1 think such in
stitutions would flourish and that Ashe
ville could be made the educational cen
tre of the south. There is especial need
for a teachers' training school."
Other nerds mentioned by Prof, Clax
ton, were a count of good lecture occa
sionally and a good theatre where the
best classic pisrs conn os proaucea and
the best musk beard
Prof. Claxton was tallowed by Col. L.
11. Hatch, T. st. Gaines nd W. 8. Cush
man. Mai. T. C. Weatall'also spoke. He
aid he was in favor of bonding the city
for enough money to build and thor
oughly equip three new buildings for th
public School and for provalidg free
Forecast till 8 a. m. Haturday
Fair weather until Huturdayi
tiortbwealcrly wluda i much cold-
The receipts at the internal revenue of
fice in this city yesterday amounted to
$ 1,33a. as.
J. Y. lordnn and H. Redwood left last
night for a short hunting trip to lilnck
Christmas holly and mistletoe have al
ready begun to make their apiiearnnce
on the Asheville market.
"Little Nugget" will be the attraction
at the Grand otiern house to-night with
Herbert and Joe Cuwthorn as principal
The totalexpensrsof Huneomlic county
for the year ending Nov. 1, 181MI, as
shown bv the annual statement were
Collector Kollins's office is beseiged with
applications for appointment as store
keeper nnil gaugcrs. A large manner ol
appointments arc to Ik' made.
The mavor's court was without offen
ders this morning. This is becoming
quite frciiient now mid gives proof ol an
apparent improvement in the morals ol
The mavor und hoard ot aldermen meet
at the city hall ul 7:.'i0 to-ngbt. Then
will doubtless lie considerable business
transacted as no meeting has been held
for two weeks.
The contract for constructing the con
crete sidewalk in trout of court place lias
lieen let to Contractoi Lcprcux, at $.'.i7
licr square yard. The entire ctist will Ik
about $Loo. The north side will be paved
with crushed stone.
(Juartcrly meeting at Kiverside and
North Asheville Methodist churches will
begin to-morrow. Presiding Klder J. II.
Weaver will preach at North Asheville
tn-morrow night and Sunday morning
and at Kiversiilc Sunday night.
Complaint has been made to Tiik Cit
iKN thai there are no electric lights on
Sunt Ii Main street lietwecn the square
and Atkins street. This is the main
thoroughfare of the citv, and the author
ities should see that it is well lighted.
The tent in front of the court house
was removed to-day nnd the npearaiicc
of the square isgrvntlyimprnvcdtherelv.
This with the other improvements to be
made in and around the centre of town
will make the city quite presentable
when the convention meets here next
Gen. R. II. Vance informs Tiih Citizen
that President Rogers, of the Florida
state Farmers alliance, will lie one ol
the delegates to the immigration conven
tion. He also savs that the alliance war
under great obligations to Mr. Rogers
lor his courtesy to the delegates to the
a There Anv one Here Thai
You Know T
Swnnntinoa . W. Kakcr, Coolidge,
Kan.; J. M. Wilhclm, Baltimore; George
H. Similiters, Wnyneaville; J. Nudlengcr,
.V ) .; Al. A. Moklcv, IH-I Kio, lean.
Iliiucry I'ttrk : M. K. Wilson, Balti
more; John V. Pcarce, Atlanta, Ga.; I. B
Kennedy, V. M. Marriott, II. Rcdelshei-
mcr. New York ; Arthur Arrington, W
W. riiehureh, Raleigh; J. I.. C. llird. Ma
rion, .V C; vt. . Rvillcr, Providence, J
II. Avery, Louisville; N.W. Wudleigh, J
f. Kumsiieii, itoston: i.. u. Kirkmau
Wilmington, pel.: John O. Plunk, Chi
cago; 4vii. T. wuiser, Lexington. .V C.
(Vcn A'ihA : M. II. Roberts, Marion
X, C; li. R. Hampton, Sylvn, X. C; I-',
II. Ilusbcc, Rulcigh; John G. Shetton, C
li. Klliott, Richmond : T. I), llritton. X
C.;J. A. Haggctt. N. V.; li. S. Skillcr,
Chicago; W. S. Wlmlock, lilhiuv; I. M
.Mc.Miiin, Henderson vine; Miss .Mary li
Kiucn, carinei, i. v.; I. . lilcnn. Win
ston;l. Blank, X. V.. I. 1). Campbell
Helton, h. c; w. A. Austin, Chart itte
T. C. McNecly, X. G.; Iku. I'lcminu
Onml Central:). I). Currier, West
Asheville; A. S. Mrvsou, l-'ranklin; J. G.
Ilnrdinj. C. Ilarman, . A. Crisp, umes
l. Glenn, J. II. Bniokshire, I). F. Shcp-
pard, Geo. II. licit. J. L. C. llird, X. C;
M. A lice, tiryson Citv; li. S. Skillcii,
Chicago; F. M. Smith. Knnxville: Miss
I. ula week, .Sola Leyton, Frank Burrr,
II. J. Mori liner, wile and nurse, James T.
McAlpine mid wile. I no. Linton, Larking
Co.; . R. CraiK), Sky land; J. F, Johnson,
Louisville; J no. Hart, Greenville, S. C;
W. II. Austin, Charlotte; T. I). Kussell
Morristown; W. II. Menzies. Old Fort:
J. i.rci'iiwald, L. C. Hamlet, llaltimore,
A ThankaKlvInu; Parados,
From thr American .nicer.
"It's very strange," ooserved the Hus
ton woman in Washington market
'that undressed turkrvs are invnriahlv
.'lothcd with a pennate growth, while the
dressed are absolutely nude.
Bookkeepers and others of srdrnturv
habits cure constipation with Simmons
Heady for Cbrlatraaa.
A visit to Law' will repay all. A fine
stock and lower prices thnn ever before.
Get price on fine china dinner sets, this
week, at 57, 50 and 01 South Main St
aTConie to "The Big Racket 8lore"
or your v.nnstmns toy s and lancy goods,
uiggcsi siocx ana lowest prices. dtzu
WTCape overcoats for men. bovs and
children. Rubber goods for ladies and
misses, men and boys, nt Whitlock's, 40
una s south Main street.
JTDr. W. P. Whittington has moved
Irom Phillip street to No. 33 Academy
street. Orel ad lw.
HajTThe Iiest stock, the largest stock,
the largest store rooms in Asheville at
Whitlock's, 46 nnd H South Main street
On and after this date brick will be
worth it our kiln IB and $7 per thou
sand. HL'NCOMIIB BRICK Hi TIL CO.
Handkerchiefs, mufflers, gloves, toilet
cases, shaving sets, and fancy plush sets,
price tow, at wnitiocn s, u soutb Main
fcr-Vaughn Bros., of Ruleia-h. N. C.
are here and arc now manufacturing
pure French and stick candies. You will
nd them below the Grand Ooera house.
corner Pntton avenue and Haywood
ttsTWe desire to close out nil winter
wraps for ladies and Misses. To-dav Is
Sour line lor Dargoin at w unlock , 40
oath Main street. tu tb frl
Indea to Mew Advertlaemeola.
W4NTSD L. M. B.
tMr. A. Porter,
! Rsnr D. Wstso.
Psovossu Wsarao J. a. siukl.
houut Uoons T. C. eailtli A Co.
ractAt, M tiro a. Musmtlu.
Cosb Asheville let nd Cool Compasy.
iiwm a I1MUIVHK
A Notable wedding In Charlotti
The Prominent Onea,
From thr Raleigh Chronicle.
The marriage of Baron Herman von
Maltzahn to Miss Marget McDowell was
pronounced by the Rev. Mr. Reed, pastor
of the Second Presbyterian church, Tues
day afternoon at Charlotte. The cere
mony, at the request of the bride-elect
was, suitably to the modest taste of the
Baron, performed in the parlor of the
residence of Miss Maggie's mother, Mrs.
Rebecca McDowell. The Baron and
Baroness left that evening for Washington
city, where they will be the recipients
of attention from the Prussiuu lega
tion. Alter concluding n tour
the principal American cities they will
return to the Charlotte home ol the liar
oncss, remaining during the X'nns fes
tivities. Atier iiiiliilging a suh-tropicn
tour, a brief honey-moon leisure among
the lakes and dowers of Florida, the bar
on uud harouess will go to Berlin. There
the baron will resume his station mid
duties. is an officer of the iiiiH'rial body
body guard near the (mtsoii ol the cm
The baron is no German adventurer
and Miss Mellowell, while in Kuioh
was a witness ol the exalted position u;
her nobleman lover. His liu her was tin
distinguished, Huron ilebnutli Von Malt
.aim. His mother is of the noble lions.
i he Harouess Mallzaliii.uie Miss Mag
gic McDowell is the daughter ol'tiie lal
Robert I. McDowtll, who represented
Iredell county several terms ic the senate
ol North Carolina, anil who owned an
immense estate on the Catawlia, near
llenttie's ford Several years ago he
moved to Charlotte and was prominent
in financial circles. He married Kcliecca
a grand niece ol Mr. liphrnim Brevard
author of Declaration of independence,
Irom which documents, promulgated
May I'll, 17(13, it is alleged that Thomas
icuerson orew inuen mat is viini in im
prcpnration of the Inter Declaration; em
phasizing our iudeiendence nnd our sep
arate condition Irom England. From
this union ol Rout. McDowell nnd Kc
liecca Brevard there was born Margaret
McDowell, now the Baroness. She is a
great grand niece of liphrnim Brevard
She has traveled widely in America, and
lias SH-nt nearly two years in liiirope.
It was at Mcntnne, in the south of
France, that the Br.ron met the North
Carolina lady. There was an accidental
meeting, a delerentinl regard, a warmer
esteem, a later love. It wns only eight
mouths ago. The Baron has come across
the sea. From the old historic county ol
Mecklenburg he will carrv his wile to
Berlin, not lur from the old Duehv of
Mecklenburg. When I think that he wil
carry hcrto the birth-laad ol Baron Dt-
Kalu, I (K-rceive a rare htuess in the tact
that the Baron von Mnllzahn haschoscn
lor his bride one whose veins are lertile
with the blood of old liphrnim Brrvnrd
For it was he who first proclaimed to
the world those great doctrines of Amer
ican freedom, which, under the patronage
of the king of France, sited Baron DcKulb
across tne sea.
At Camden Court House, in South
Carolina, there is a modest shaft in
scribed "Baron DcKnlh, bv birth a Ger
man, in principle n citizen nt the world."
On a memorable battlefield, which was
losl by the folly of General Gates, He
Kalb, with drawn sword, at the head ol
the Continentals, iK-rished in Iris own
blood iierished while endeavoring to
retrieve the lost fortunes of the day when
overwhelmed wns the column led by
Major General Richard Caswell the first
Governor ul North Carolina. Long life
mid enduring happiness to the North
Carolina Baroness in the laud of DcKalb.
A society is to lie formed in Asheville
which proposes to olTcr targe rewards for
the detection of persons guilty ol killiuu
fish with dynamite in any of the western
North Carolina waters. This butchery
of fish is hccnmitigquite common, despite
the very stringent law of the state
against it, and this socictv will see to it
that the law is strictly enforced against
Are you aware thnt II. T.
n n i it' r line of Ihiokh, iIoph
more friiiiiinir than hII tin
firms in Wphihiu N'ortli Caro
lina toother. Wo do not
Hpreod out our entire stock,
but can always hIiow you
clean, frenli rooiIh in n'ood
variety ami latent HtyleH at
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 22 South Main St.,
Wc hnvr In tm-k complete line of lr.
Humphrey'- Cclclirotrrf Sptfifltn, Him plea,
anil Vetrrinnry Mrtlldnm.
o. CVHHH viai.h.
I Fever, i'tnKtinn. Inllnmmtitlonii SIR
if Worm l'ver, worm colic ordlsHnwii.. aft
3 folic, crylncunrl wnkrfnlnnmol InftN 2ft
4 IMarrhr of chlldirn and adultii aft
(I I'ywntrry, Rrlplnit, hlliou colic aft
tt Cnulrra. cholera morbus, nanwa,
T CoiikHb, coldN, honnwnriii, hronchllt 3il
II Toothache, fticrnche, nruralaia aft
0 H arlachc. ick hradachr. vertiuo UA
10 Dypprpiila, deranged atoraach, coat
11 Hupprrwted Mcnam, acanty ordelay'a; 3ft
13 leucorrhuca Iwarlng down, profuM aft
mrniea ., aft
1 A Cro'ip.hoaraccough difficult breath 'g aft
14 Ball rhrum. eruotio . ervnlnelna aft
15 KheumatlRtn. pain In back. aide, 11m ha aft
1A Fever and ajrue, Intermittent fever... flu
17 Hlra. Internal, or external, blind or
IM Ophthalmia, weak or inflamed eyea,. AO
10 Catarrh, acute or chronic, dry or
30 Whooping cough, apaamtnllc cough.,. AO
31 Aathma, oppreaard difficult breath'g SO
33 Bar dtacnargra, harrineaa or bearing.. 0
3A Hcrofula. Hwelll ia and ulcrra fid
34 (eneral Debility, orphyalcal wcakn'at AO
3A t)ropv, fluid accumulatlona AO
3A He a Hlckneaa, aauara, vomiting AO
37 Urinary dlaraara, gravel, rrnal calculi AO
3H Nervoua debllltv, eemlnal weakneaa.,.1 K
1 package containing A 91 vfalaot prlleta
and a 13 vial of ouwder (ncccaaary lna-
rl'rtia caaea) A OO
39 Horv mouth, or canker AO
30 Urinary Incontinence, wetting the bed AO
81 Painful mrnwea, prnrltua,.,., AO
83 Change of Lift, dlaeaae of the he a it,,. 1 OO
88 BpUrpav and apaame, Mt. Vltua'danct.l 00
84 Mphtheiia, or nicer a ted tore throat,, AO
SA Chronic congceUona, bcadachea AO
Aakfor Humphrey'! Aped Ac Manual and
Homotopathic Dlrtctorr-givcii free at
HAYaVJR ft SMITH'S,
PrtecrlpUon Dmgglata 81 Pattoa A venue.
NO END TO BARGAINS.
Special Hale Thin Welc ofAatrachan Cape and MuHa.
The last few weeks of the dyiiiff year made memorable in
the history of dry floods. MimnauKh's buyers procure an
other shipment of real values. They are placed on sale to
day without reserve, at prices so low as to startle the clos
est competition. A bomb in the camp, an explosion of
bargains, scattered in all directions, strewn all over the
house; every department shaken; the influx of new goods
in a week without precedent; our immense store and base
ment taxed to hold them all ; hence an imjH'rative sale our
only alternative The slaughter commences to-dny ; prices
ruthlessly hewn. Cut and slash our watchword. This
immense stock is reduced regardless of consequences. No
time for further comment; flowery ''ads" unnecessary to
attract when prices have taken such o tumble. Look-to
your interest and attend this sale. Make no mistake, re
member the place the immense store with the immense
stock and immense bargains.
No. ix Patton Avenue.
aar-DHY (iOODS. MILLIXEKY AND CAIM'tiTH. -
PKOTICK The Rcnllwnrth inn Company, to correct an unfounded rumor, announce
that it haa never been the Intention to miike It a HanntoHum. To the Contrr. It will
be conducted atrlctly aa a riraicliiaa hotel anil I'lral reaort. A mile and a half from the
Afthcville court houae, out Ma'n ntrrrt, nnd directly -t Milt more Htatlon. A una I Kern et
imaure and the moat rxtrtmlvr view nrnr Aahcvblc. Ovrrlonka both the Preach I 'road and
Swnnnonoa Vnllcya, nnd the park of Mr Vamlcrbllt. Kooine are of unuaual alte, airy and
light, with Ittrgt- cloaet. Thirtv-live auitea ol n-umi with private hatha. Perfect ayatemoi
'lummng, iicaiing ami munition, tu w openco cany in tnia coming rciiruary. inwi.
WALTER C. RROWNINU. M. Da.
Coke! Coke! Coke!
I have atTN.ngr'l lo he i s upiiv ol khh1 i
COKH. aultntilr far hurnlnii in I I RNACliS
STOVH8, KANOHH, sic, cilhi-r ali.nc ir mil
c i with hsnl coal.
It mukes NO KMOKK.
Price 91 'SO per Ion Delivered
Of Aabcvlllt Chspttr Ne 35. 1(vnllit at
vtors in Mars sna I's.t Masters
Propoaals tor rarnlahln suftlctcat qnan-
ij . roil ia. wdiu uai. or wpaaianua
Plaak. facbas thl. k. to 13 Inches iriita. t
orrr oat-hair tba door of Smith's nrll.
win u noma dt nm nnaro 01 t oaat y vom
Cut and Hpllt far Hlovca nnil l'irrilac.-s,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY)
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO. 40.
Vard near Freight Depot. Telephone No. 78
Br flrtue of a deed of trust taeculed hy
it.nn i. vnmernn 10 me aa truaiec neann
date the lMth rtav nt nramlwf la... an.
reltered In the office of the Rclater of
uccna 01 ouncomne county, Norm Carolina,
In Bok 4 ol morteaprta and deeds of trust
on pages m mwl oh, flManlt R iln
made and deirand unon mr having been made
aa required, I will II the laad deacrlled In
eald deed of truat at public auction to the
hluheat bltltler for caah at I ha court hnu
dour in Aahrellle In said county on Mondae,
the iilld day of December, XH90, at 18 o'clock
aid laad Is altuated Is the eastern portion
m AiiKTiiw n iiniiywooa aireec. near 1.01.
U a . r . uHnHUat.. V .1 Will
Wra. Long. Mrs. H. 0 Steel, and other.. anil
coniaina nine-wntna Of an acre, mora or leas,
oisug.ut A. T. SI'MalUY, Trvatee.
regular mrat aa, lan'y B,
MRS, BRUCE H, JONES,
or New York, Teacher tm
CHINA : ANO : OIL : PAINTIK3.
Studio No. 7 Jrlferaon Dries.
Mending of china be lira, and nld ablna
re-allded, I manufacture my own gold and
haea kiln of the famous "Wllkle1" make,
Orders far work promptly sweated, tlao
Bur -Uadaer'a ttaid
MW.N.C. riice j eta.
iC O A L.i
Celebrated Jelllco and
Beat Anthracite Coal.
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL.
COKE IN OA It LOAD LOTS.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX ICE.
Aaheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. jf and 40. No. 30 Patton ATenuc.
:A PRIVATE TIP:
la now going the rnunda Hint the proper place to buy your father, brother and brat young
man aomcthh'g ni.e for Chrlatmaa Is
miTCHtilX'N, No. aS Patton Avenue.
A larae anil elegant line itl neckwear, allk umbrellas by the thouaand, kH ieea, alts mat
IJrra, allk hnnden hkn, alligator and fancy slippcra. In fact every thing kept at a nrat vlaae,
gt-nts' Inrniahlng gooda atore,
F. K. MITCHELL,
a Patton Atc.
LRWIS MADDUX, Pres
DrescToas: Lewis Maddui
I.. P. MCLOI'B. Vlce-Pns. . B. BANKIN. Cashier.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st. ISSN.
CAPITAL, $50,00O. SURPLUS. S20,0CK
State, County and Cltjr Dcpoaltory.
Dues a General Banking Bnaloea.. Deposits reed red. Bichange bought and said. C01.
lectioas made on all arceaalble points. The Raring Feature will recetec special attentloa.
On all sums In this department, deposited for four moatas or longer, la tercet at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention gtreu tm loan. o rmi sstat. which will be placsdl far km am aa rra
aonable term a.
Open, from . si. to a p. m Ou aaturdara the Baring Department srffl be o pea tin p.w.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
17 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on tbe PlnMlaue.
Twenty. re years or practical tsperleec. combined witk raaaoau. attcartaa to all dt.
Ulls of the buelncss and perfect arrugementa far glahuiss and roirrr of all goaOe
manufactured, enable tbe proprlrtot to prcaent to hie numerous patraaa a an perl or elaaa 01
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Oinger Ale aad allthe rarioua lai.ra of ODAWATBR ready far shipment aad deUrere
free la City bmlta. Oat of Iowa orders. m net hare saaroaaraLa reSrraaoa.
c h. cimr-KH.
If to do yoa will be aware of tbetfact, we
keep tbe beat goods for the least ssoaay.
C. D. BURTON & CO.
ABBEVILLE, 1H. C
I)r. B. P. Arrington,
Pltlln teeth a anerlaltv. alM tmtlna rfl.
eaara guma, and all dlaeaae pertalalua to
the dental atructure. omoe room, on Pat
ton avenue, orer Rayaor a Cealth's dm
LADIES, PLEASE REKEK1ER,
Mme pa mlth. lata h-om Mew York, at
8T aonth Mala at., m now fatly Pis pared to
do the moat atrheadreeamaklag at the saort
est notice. Psrmcl at auaraateed. Also sr.
tistw mllliaery bate of all kind mad a
r. Ladles' material, aaed to the mast
practlwl adeantage. Patrut kat aan boa.
net aupoorter. BT noath Mala etraet, arcr
A rail Has of
. HAIR OOODS.
ktllttHl Mf. mfayasltLaaa st mU LL. slw
Um Uolldajs. w
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In a peaaccftsl, rent fail vala, nrronuaeet wftB aHsra
co. red saoantalsm, apatrkllna; atraamia aad tsaasjii.
fal acencrT, with Ita dry, braelsi;, ktaaltk-laelcal sUr,
rreiosi from dant, aaalarta or tfeBUItatlaaj ,,
ttaa beat of Fall antl Winter cllmataa, wtth lu Iker.
aal water lowing late snarble stewla, th asoat Inn.
nrlona and cnratlva kiath la lb wsrkt, tendora to
tba debilitated, rbaasnatlc.saalarloma or Boaty aal.
Cerar, aa well ab recreation aeeker, Heal tb, mead,
fleaaara, Hons CouafoHa ad Vaencellod rM at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
instance from Aehcrlllc to Hot Mprings, 87 miles. Tims of trip,
t hour aad 37 minute,
SCHEDULE OP TRAINS.
Uare Aaheellle for Hot Springe at 7:30 m, p m, aad 7pm '
'turning lea re Hot Sprlag for A.kceillc at 7:37 a m, 13:3s aooa,
nd 11:10 p m.
I'ullm Palace Cars on all trains. Round trip tickets kKlodlaa,
one day's board at tbe hlounlala Park Hotel, ad.jss,
On the A. S. Railroad, Etfrht Hllea Sfjeattj of Aahelilc
ana Avajoinina; lranaerMU park.
If you arc looking for a place for a knaw or aa h Train tat
why doa't yon are about irrauaea
The beat mineral water and I great variety.
fr""dS.w,,JKoa " Ton thlah of burl
uy NOW r Prlcea wUl go ap aad go BAP1DLV.
i why aot
OTIS A. MILLER, .ra.Kr.
Take Trala Onl at a.ia A. Me-Vara aCrta-Or OtIto aoatb miimj.
PkBD. KUTLBDOB, City Ajrrat, at Pattoa At.
iKVLAND MINERAL BPRINGS, M.
RlVht Mllea SMth of Aaberllla, on um A. Jk S. RallrsMhtf,
New koleb), aew coMagea. ew nraltar. beaarMul gnTea.aeat teaal. aad - Vgwss,
W' 48 MINERAL SPRINGS
Witt aulphar, Alam, MagmMda. Iroa aad apaoas. Thoee ssekhu hi?l.
mlact Mdety will sot fall to rMt thK skmui rmortaad drtah mt rt.he.na. wster.
Tumi ran iii I li w
E. A. LeVENE,
Aaherllle, N. c
er Paswentrer Depot.
P. rt. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaufaetwrers aad risabrs fctaM Mad of Drasaad
I kiadaof flreaaad
i, asiissua, aasrarainrra, atfatrworr.. Mantsmlsv samaak.
riBiwvw aaa ail kisMw or RafUlla
Hard Vood Lamber ork epecitT