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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 18.
MAYOR AND ALDERMEN.
WHAT WAI DOME AT THK
All Previous Action on Mint Street
Declared Void New Proceed
lna to toe Had A Propoaltlon
Prom Mr. Pearson.
The Flint street extension is to come
It appearing to the Itourd of ultlcrinen
last night that there wm some doubt a
to the regularity of the proceedings here
tofore had for the purpose of extending
Flint street through the lands of Mrs. II.
E. Sondley, it was ordered that nil pre
vious proceedings for that purpose be
abandoned and be declared void and of
no effect. It was also ordered that no
tice be issued to Mrs. Sondley that the
board will consider at the next meeting
an application to extend Flint street
over her lands and to condemn and ap
propriate land for the purpose.
This nrtinn Hnea iiwav with the iniunc.
tion suit filed by Mrs. Sondlev to keep
the city from oiening the street through
her property and a new jury will have
to be ordered.
TIIKV WANT NKW NAMKH.
Ceo. S. Powell, president of the Ashe
ville loan, construction and improvement
company, presented a petition to the
board asking that tne name 01 Acnucmy
street be changed to Montl'ord avenue.
The petition was signed by J. L. Carroll,
II. L. tludger, T. I. Hunter. A. II. Cobb,
J. V. Brown, j. M. Oudger, K.N.Cnrring
ton, E. B. Davis, and the Aslieville loan,
construction and improvement company,
owners of property on the street. Mr.
Powell also had a petition, signed by M.
J. Benrden, H. I). linker, J. II. Ingle, C.
H. Yentman, F. A. Sondley and the com
pany asking that the nume of Mulberry
street lie changed to Cumberland avenue.
On motion of Mr. Wolle. the latter se-
ciuest was granted and the name wus or
dered changed. Action on the change ol
Academy street s name was postponed
and Mr. Powell withdrew his petition.
MOKE STREET RAILWAY I'HIVII.KI'.KS.
Mr. Powell gave notice that his com
pany would, at the next meeting, ask the
privilege of constructing and operating a
street railway line on uepor., Kouens,
West Haywood and Spring streets.
PROPOSITION FROM MR. I'KAKSON.
A communication was presented, signed
bv Richmond Pearson and reading as
"Having been informed that you ure
not prepared to advance the money nec
essary to widen Eagle street in accord
ance with the report ol the jury, I have
the honor hereby to proose that if the
city will collect the lirst instalment ot
benefits appraised upon otner lots man
mine, and guarantee to collect and pay
over to me the remaining instalments, I
will advance the amount necessary to
nav Mr. beaver and to widen the street
from Main to Spruce; the city to have
the work done but at my cost and with
out delay. No interest to lie charged lor
such advancement. Action on tins was
SIIIKW AI.lv AND I.II1IIT.
Prof. II. I. Greenwell, proprietor of the
Oaks hotel again urged the board tocon-
struct some kind of a pavement on Oak
street and he was told that the work
would Ik done as soon as the necessary
lumber can be procured. I'rol. Ctrceuwcll
also renuested tne hoard to nave an elec
tric light located in the ncighliorhood ol
the corner ol Oak una vtootinn streets.
PKKK W'ATKK WANTKII.
Application was made by L. M. I Vase
of the Asheville Home Industrial School
lor tree water supply lor that institution,
which he stated wus largely supported
by charity. Nothing wus done on the
CROSSING AT THK KCIIlHll..
Mr. Kobt. Finlav, in behalf of himself
and the children attending the Orange
Street school, asked for a crossing on
that street. He offered to haul the stone
and have it put dowa athisowncxpense.
The request was granted.
IIIILIMNO PERMITS ASKKII COX.
H. U Pixlcy asked to lie allowed to
erect an iron building on Willow street,
adjoining Woody's machine shops, to be
used as a wooa-turniug csiuonsiimeni.
The matter was referred to Aldermen
Wolfe and Miller and the city building
L. Swicegood asked to be allowed to
build an addition to Ins dwelling on
South Main street, in the tire limits, and
the matter wasrelerivd to the same com'
mittce as the Ibregoing.
Or. J. G. Uueen asked for sewer und
better sidewalks on French llroud av
nue. No action was taken.
1). H. Hughes made application to have
his beet license transferred to U. W. Page
and tbe transler was made.
A letter was read from J. H. Lee, pres
ident ot the Uuncomoe linen ana tile com
pany, asking for exemption of citv taxes
on tneir plant. No action was taken.
BILLS ORIIKRKU PAID.
The following bills were ordered to be
paid: A.J. Boardman, extra service at
pumping station, $25.1)0; Gird wood and
Lee, brick and sand, $1.25 ; C. E. Eckel
St Co., board for horses, $30; S. i'reisacfc
sons, coats for firemen, $12(1,00; Ashe
ville light and power company, gas bills,
$15.25; Kelley St Strnchan, sewer on
Hiawassee street, $241. 6H; A. it. Cooper,
horse Iced, $17.05; Kaysor St Smith, blue
stone, $23.56; Asa bnyder Bt Co., man.
hole covers and lids, $41.83; I. E. Dick
erson St Co.. hardware. $15.U; Kan.
dolph-Kerr printing company, blanks,
$2.75; E. H. Britt, rock work, $145.30;
Mrs. il. E. Sondley, rock, $4.00; J. A.
Tcnnent, salary us building inspector and
OXFORD ORPHAN AstYLVH.
An Appeal Prom H. a. Oudirer for
This charity, which has done so much
for the orphans of our state is in need of
funds. It is wanted now to buy clothes
and food for tbe inmates. A letter just
received from the superintendent asks
that this fact bt impressed on the mind
of the public to the end that contribti.
tions may be sent In.
While the institution is under the im
mediate control of the Masonic frater
nity, yet all children alike who are
worthy are taken and educated.
Therefore this appeal is to all benevo
lent persons tor aid. Will the citiiens of
Asheville send as conmnutionsr Let tne
master of each Masonic lodge in this sec
tion of tbe state, and tne n.u. ol the Odd
Odd Fellows lodge appoint active
committees to loos alter this matter.
These sua-mtioni are made bv me be
cause of my official connection with the
grand lodge. n, a. uvuor.
HTVangha Bros., of Raleieh, N. C,
are here and are bow manufacturing
rure Preach and stick candies. Yon will
od them below the Grand Opera bouse,
corner Patton avenue and Haywood
Porecaat III! a a. m. aundajr
Warmer fair wMthert eoutnerlsr
Gov. Fowle will leave Raleigh Tuesday
evening and will reach here Wednesday
Col. Keiitx-n McBraver has returned
from Raleigh where he has been attend
ing the supreme court.
Mrs. K. U Pitxputrick has returned
from a two weeks visit to her father,
near Home, Tennessee.
Miss Jennie P.. Grant, of Ciiinherlund,
Md., and a sister of Hi . J. S. Grant is
here and will spend the winter with Dr.
and Mrs. Grant.
The collections of internal revenue for
this district yesterday amounted to
$0,002.71. The receipts nt the Asheville
office were $810.78.
T. W. Poole, commissioner of agricul
ture for Louisiana, has written that he
will rench here Monday night at 7 o'clock
with the Louisiana delegation.
The lowest temcniture registered at
the signnl service station at the Winyah
House last night wus 18 above zero.
This is the coldest of the season.
The court house has lieen cleaned from
top to bottom, in honor of the city's
guests who will lie here next week in at
tendance upon the immigration conven
tion. W. M. Pickett, a delegate to the immi
gration convention from Anson county
has shown his interest in the meeting by
reaching here several davs ahcail of time.
He arrived yesterday.
P. M. Wilson, one of Winston's promi
nent land men and S. M. Simmons, ex
member of congress, also of Winston,
will arrive here Monday to attend the
The kindergarten association will hold
its meeting in the Y. M. C. A. on Mon
day next nt 4 p. m. In future the
monthly meetings will be held on the
third Monday of each month.
L, N. Cox, of the National Electric
Manufacturing company, Enu Claire,
Wis., was here this morning. He came
from Newlierry, S. C, where he is having
an electric plant constructed and left this
afternoon lor Richmond.
. H. Tolur will lend the evangelistic
Bible study at the V. M. C. A. to-morrow
afternoon. This service will be pre
ceded by a short song service. The sub
ject for the meeting is: One who frets in
deed. John VIII : 25-47. All men are in
vited. Half past four is the hour.
R. 0. Treicvant, who forsome time has
been the efficient ticket agent at the Rich
mond and Danville railroad depot in this
citv, has gone to Midillesboro, K., to
become agent of the Knnxvillc, Cumber
land Gup and Louisville railway. Wil
liam Ilutler takes chnrge of the ticket
W. W. Pemhle. En., of the southern
interstntes immigration bureau, ami
commissioner of organization tor the
state of Florida, arrived yesterday after
noon and is fjunrtcrrd at flattery Park.
Mr. Prmlilc is a working man and has
clone valuable work for the bureau. He
represents that Florida will have a full
delegation of the live men of that slate.
Dr. II. B Weaver has just returned from
a trip to Yancey nnd Mitchell counties,
upon a prosiecting tour forniinrrals and
timlier. To mix spirt with business, the
Doctor distinguished himself by killing
two deer.a fine doe. nnd oneofthelnrgest
bucks ever shot in Mitchell county, the
two weighing 4011 pounds gross. Dr.
Wener reports the mica industry on a
boom, hut the tieople arc depressed over
the unfavorable prosiects tor the com pie
tion of the Three C's railroad.
A RKI.IUIOVS AWAKKNINU,
That la What a t.alneavllle Paoer
Call Mr. Pearoon'a Meeting-.
Kev. K. G. Pearson, of Asheville, is now
holding a series of meetings in Gaines
ville, Flori In, under the auspices of the
various churches of the city. The Gaines
ville Sun, ol lust luemlny, savs or Mr,
"The new Presbyterian church, which
is one of the most commodious in the
state, was crowded with those eager to
hear what the reverend gentleman had lo
say. The large congregation was very
favorably impressed with what they
heard, and much interest was manifested
by all present throughout the evening's
services. All the indications thus fur
point in the direction of a great religious
awake. ling ot the people ol this commit
The Sun also says th it the business
houses were closed (luring the meetings,
Ready for Chrtatmae.
A visit to Law's will repny all. A fine
stock and lower prices than ever before.
Get prices on fine china dinner sets, this
week, at 57, GO and 01 South Main St.
loTHig stock Xmas goods at the Crys
tal rniace. v.au and see tnem.
VsTCome to "The Big Racket Store
for your Christmas toys and fancy goods.
Biggest stock and lowest prices. dt25
MTDr. W. P. Whittington has moved
from Phillip street to No. 33 Academy
Wr"Housekecers who wish to replen
ish crockery, etc., fnr the coming conven
tion will do well to call on thnd, W.
Thrash St Co., Crystal Palace.
Santa claaa at J. B. Reed A Co'a.
J. E. Reed St Co. have just received one
car load lennessee cattle, one hundred
and ninety-one head of Tennessee hom.
one hundred and twenty-five turkeys.one
hundred chickens.one hundred His. Tennes
see Jersey butter, two bun Jred and fifty
doxen eggs, in order to supply Asheville
housekeepers with everything nice to eat
during the inter-state immigration con
vention and tne holidays.
Because you can have your laundry
work done as cheap, better and more
Krnmptly than yon can have it done in
nleiirh or any other suburban villnire.
and by having it done at borne, you help
duiki up your own town and encourage
a Dome inousiry,
Why do some of you patronise the
Chinamen? Not liecanae their work is
any better, or as good ; certainly il can
not be because tbey are of any advnnt
a Re to onr town, for the money which
von pay them is all sent to China. There
is none or ii spent in town, wn inc con
trary send your work to us, and
in doing so you will help to
keep employed at good wages, girls who
want work and who will spend their
monev amousat us and when vou nut
on clean snirt yon will feel better,
knowing that it la clean, and that a
filthy Chinaman has not spit all over the
bosom of it. Think about these things
ana yon win certainly patronise tne
Model Steam Laundry.
laden to Mew Advrtiae ate.
Want bd Manufacturer.
Aauctionuss B. Comu.
A Card Hllurjr tfsdgtns.
Cammm Cab Mfstow A Jones, '
la There Any One Here Thai
von Know ?
Grand Ceutrul :K. R. Brown, Knox
Tille, Tenn.; Z. F. Vunce, J. C. Aderholt,
0. W. Payne, N. C; ohn Fetzer, New
SwHimHima .- H. Redelsheimer, N. Y.;
A. C. Roddiug, Atlanta; W. A. H.
Schrieber. Webster; C. T. Duff, S. 0.
Montgomery, Cleveland, Tenn.; Geo. E.
Lvtlc, M. P., I P. Lytic, Monongnhela
Citv, Pa.; L. N. Cox, Washington, Geo.
R. Vcnsic, N. C.ijno. . Strange, Knnx
villc. Ilnttcry l'ark:-f. M. Weeks, Milt
more; K. F. Gill, Cleveland; A. R.llanek
el and wife, H. Dreyfus, P N. Pendleton.
New York; N. T. lones, T. 15. Kaglnnd.
W. W. I'emble, S. C; T. J. Davis, Savan
nnh; 1-'. Copelnnd, llostou. S. N. Skiinc,
Toledo, O.; F. H. Bailey, Chattanooga.
L. D. Skinner, Boston; V. T. Iceland,
Baltimore; S. . I'egrani, Greensboro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. Cowles, Chicago.
(.'Jen A'oc : T. A. Redden. P. J. Hyde.
Richmond, Vu.; F. D. Dnna, Lewistown,
Me ; . C. Dana, Lynn, Mass.; W. II
Smith, Oak Grove, Tenn.; M. Cole, Mos
sv Creek, Tenn.; J Thompson, Morris
town; W. W. Dulley, N. Y.; G. II. Allen.
Knoxull S)uure, Pu.; Sand. Hart and
wife, Dovlestown, Pa.; M. I). Link, Ma
rion; K. "II. Gray, Baltimore; S. D. Dunn
vnnt, N. C,; J.W.Cooper, Murphy: li
E. Hooker. D. Williams, Kuoxville; R. J.
Vann, Cinnlierland Gap, Tenn.; W. O
Knight, Richmond; Mrs. A. Keeil, Drn
mark, S. C; Geo. Wharton. Wnynesvilh .
W. S. Ilnrous, Hot Springs; J. L.Dcprott.
. II. Cornell, Callahan, Texas; uo.Gu
ton, McDowell county.
A I'AMPIMU CAR.
A Model of Its Kind Kxhlbtted In
The McMaster camping car. an ingen
iously made vehicle ten-country traveling,
was exhibited on court place in Iront ol
Tim Citizen office yesterday nlternoon.
The car is the invention of A. J. McMas
ter, of Loekport, N. V who had it built
for his own use. It resembles
an ordinary omnibus, except thni
it is a little wider and longer.
It is handsomely finished on both the in
terior and exterior and i filled up inside
with all conveniences for travel. The
seats can lie converted into berths, re
sembling n Pullman sleeper. There is n
toilet room, with water tanks lor drink
ing nnd washing water, stutionary
wnsh bowls, nn ice chest, a linen
closet, nnd other conveniences. Then
is a kitchen in the front end, with
two oil stoves anil this can lie covered
iviih n ennoov nnd a odors can lie ex
cluded from the main room . The win
dows of the enr are draped with silk cur
tains mid the floor is covered Willi ele
gant Moipict rugs, and the interior pre
sents in npiearance nn elegance mni is
surpassed ill but few residences.
The car is designed lor lour crsoits, and
that number, with a driver, can com
Inrtnlilv take nn extended trill throiiuh
the country, with two horses. The car
is under the care of lligluw : Jones. It
will be stored here lor sometime.
On nnd after this date brick will lie
worth at our kiln $H and $7 icr thou
sand. III'NCOUIIE URICK AC 1 II. E Co.
Wr have in stink a complete linv of Mr
lluniihrrjr' Cclchnilnl 8prcifV. Simple
mikI Vetrritmrjr Mcihcim.
Nn. Cl'lt lit vmi.
1 I'rvrr. lunurntfnn. tnrtuHiiniitiMnn .tf
! Worm i-vcr. v. or in colic ordlwnnrn.. '!
3 Colli", crvinil unil wnkrlulnrpnnl inf't 'JA
4 Dlnrrtura of thtltlrrn nnd .tlulu
ft ltnurv. RiitinK. ImIIoum illc
A cholera, cholera morliun. naunc.
vomit In if U1
7 Couiihi., colli. himmrnef, bronchitia
H Toothache. fiiiTHt hc, nruralKiu
tf MtMtlnchc, nick hruilachr, vertigo
10 livHiM'iriia. drrHntfcil tomuh. cot
tt Kumtrcwil MrrtM-ti. acarUy orclrlny'R 2f
1J lucorrhfra. Iirnhnat ilown. urulumr
l.'l Croup.hoarMcoiiKlt.climcultbtTatb'K i.'.'.
14 Halt rheum, crufitio i. rryNliwInii itO
1.1 KhrumntUm. on in In hack. mile. Mmlia
Irt Kcvcr and hkuc, Intrrmittctit frvcr... flf
17 IMIra. Internal, or rxtcmal. blind or
IN Ophthalmia, wrak or Inrtamrd ryra.. ftd
iu Cnturrh. acute or chronic, dry or
ifO WhooplnK coaKh. pniimodic cou-h... An
ill Awthma. opprrntwd, diiticult brraih'ic A
'2'J Kar diacharKc. hardnrim of hcariitK. An
1!3 Ikrofula. welli iK and ulrrra AO
24 trrnrral lhllUy,or ihytcit1 wrnkn'M Ao
2A lropv, fluid accumulation!. Ao
2)1 Hca Sirknrna, oauara, vomitinii Ao
27 t'nnary dinriiim, sravel, renal calculi AO
2N Nervoua dehilitv, acminal wcaknt-M.. l
1 tackntiT contnininic 0 1 vialiof tcllcl
nnd a 'J vial of uowdcr laccviuiury ln-
rloua cnaea) 0 on
20 Horc mouth, or canker AO
;io I'rtnarT Incontinence, wcttlna the tied AO
31 Painful mrnaea, pnttitua AO
.13 ChaiiKC of Lite, dineaiw of the heart... t OO
;i3 Kuilepn andpama, Ht. Vttua'dnnce.l IM
34 liiphtherta, or ulcerated aore throat.. AO
3fi Chronic conjiratluna, bcadachea AO
Aak for Humphrey' Bpeciflc Manual and
llomicopathk hlractorr free at
KAYSOR Ac HMITH'ft,
I'reacriptlon lirugKlata 31 Pulton Avenue
It la with plcanure I take the opportunity
to tell you that I hnve left thrHtlvrr Kprinjr,
and have sone down the river Jnat lelow the
treatle. In the nfth houw. on the aame aide ot
the river. I wiuld like for nil my friend to
call and aee me nnd trade with me. Vou will
And the aame old Mutch lie will treat you
all rlKht. Mr. Cain W or ley gave me order
to leave there, ai I waa a white man'a friend
and did not vole tin be did. and to-day I
don't owe him a cent. If I did I would have
aid him, aa I am at work u the aami
nee I brlnnir to the democratic party, and
'111 aa Iodr aa 1 live, In auUv of Cain VVorley
HII.AKV lit iMrlNa,
Aahevlllc, Dec. 13, Inuo.
SLEEPING AND BUFFET CAR
Highway and Camp.
The motrt rrmsrkshlr rirvlcv for the itrf
ysf comfort of touiints anJ campers out I.
M'MASTER CAMPING CAR,
IHawn by two horaea, no heavier than a
larire hack. It contalna rooking, rating,
alecplna; ana toiiei arranaxmenta ror iron.
lour to eiftht prraona. lev cheat, runnlna
water, for wnihlnR and drink Injr, dlahen, ad-
ver, linen and on ranue. Kiriiantupnoiatery,
comfortable bertha, nandaomc decorattona.
comfort, aecluainn. for pleaaure part lea, sur
veyors, iivenen, nun una; ana niininir pari tea,
etc., It la perfection. For pnrticulara ana
view of car now In Aahevllle call on
Real Katate, Ktc.
ay Patton Avenue, Room H, McAfee Block.
Are you aware that II. T.
Esta brook has more pictures,
a finer line of books, does
more framing than all the
firms in Western North Caro
lina together. Wo do not
spread out our entire stock,
but can always show you
clean, fresh goods in good
variety and latest styles at
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 22 South Main St.,
NO END TO
Special Sale Thin Week of AMraclian Cape and Muffii.
The hint fpw wtt.'kH of the ilyinjr yonr nindc nionitirablo hi
tlio hiHtory of dry tfotls. MiinniuiKh'H buyoi-H procure nn-
other Kliipnicnt of renl vnhien.
day without nwrve, nt priceH
eHt eoniM'tition. A bomb in the camp, an expIoHion of
barjrniiiH. Hi atteifHl 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 ull : hence an imjierative sale our
only alternative The slaujj;htercoininenceH to-day ; prices
rntlilPHMlv hewn. Cut and
immense stock is reduced repirdlesH of consiliences. Xo
time for further comment; Howery -'ads" unnecessary to
attract when prices have taken such a tumble. Look to
your interest and attend this
memlier the place the immense store with the immense
stock and immense bargains.
No. ii Patton Avenue.
tf--lUY (S00DS. M1LL1NKKY AND CAItl'KTS.-'rwi
MOTIC'K Tht krnllwnrth Inn Cmnr.
i. i. ,h. intmiinn m innkf
,. m .,H..V m. Anit.ii. hulrl anil
..k.iii. hi. ui M'n airrrl. and
Coke! Coke! Coke!
I have arrraniM to kerp a aupplv of RmmI
COKK.auHableforhurninM In KI RNACKH
STOVHH. K A NO UK. Arc. Hthrr atom? or lull
ed with hard coal.
It makca NO HMOK K. C.lvea INTKNHK
Price 7.50 per ton Delivered
Cut sail Kpllt fnr Ktnvra unit Plrcilstvs,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBI.BCHONB NO. 4(1
Vartf scar I'rrlshl Ik-pot. Tckpboac No. 7.1.
Hv lrii nt a Hvd ot trust csreuterf lir
Inhn II Camrrim to m as tm.tr Iwsrlns
flat. th. IHlh rfav of IMvrmbcr. INM9. and
rraH.lrml In the offlc of th, Mrttlater nf
llmtanf Hwtimh.wnlv. North Carolina.
In Uimk 4 of mnrtsaim and rtnala of truM
on pasr. 457 and 4AM, ri-rnult h .ylna luti
mail, and demand nixin m.haylnsocrn mailt
a. rciiulrrd. I will aril th. land dnK-rllwd In
aid dr.d of tru.t at pslillc auction to thr
hlKheat blrtdrr for ca.b at th. court bona,
door In A.hrvlll, In .aid connty on Monday,
the 2nd day of Ittortnlwr, ISIMI, at I !i o'clock
Hald land I. altuatrd Is the ea.tern portion
of Aahrylll. on llnllewood atrnt, near Col.
lea. atrret, adlolnlna land, of P, M. Miller,
Mr.. Lona, Mm. II. O Steel, and others, and
contain. nlnc.tsuis or an acr. more or ire.
aoyiiadJiH A. T. ai'MMBY, Trnatn.
MRS. BRUCE H. JONES.
K Htm Vor, Teacher la
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINTING,
Mtadlo No. T JtAVraoa llrlvt.
Mending of rtilna by Srlna, and old rhtna
KMrtlded. I aianalactnn my own sold and
hay. s kiln of th ramoa. "Wllklc1' make.
Ordns for work promptly .Men ted, ta
IT Undaner 3ld
to W. M. C rrlc S Ctt.
They are plaeetl on mile to
ho low a to utartle the clt8-
wlash our watchword. This
sale. Make no mistake, re-
lei .rrr-l sn iinf.,iinilr,l ruinnr, nnnnimT
It s HnnnKnium. To thr contrary. It will
iilrnl rrnort. A milr nnd a hall Irtim the
ilimlli :il IIIHmorr Htntlon. A anuthrm CI
WAI.TKR C. RROWNIIW, N. D.,
If von do jrna will he aware of thread, wr
krct the bent Rood for the leaat money.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
ASHKVILLR, N. C
Or. B. F. Arrlngton
'Ulnar teeth a .ncdnltv. also trratlna dl
rawed sum., and all dlwrawa riertalnlna to
tne ornini airtH'turr. time. room, nn rat
ton areas, over Mayaor ai amlth'a dnia
UDIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mm Fane Smith, late from New York, at
117 aoath Main at., Is aow fvlly neepared lo
do the moat slvll.hdmamsklna attn. nhort.
nt anUev, Perfect At anarsnteed. AIo ar-
llatlc millinery hats of all kinds msil. as
new. I.sdle.' material, sard to the moat
practical adrantaa. Patent feat ana boa.
ast sspnortrr. B7 Hoatb Mala atreet, over
A fall Him of
HAia ttOODS. .
Moerttles of all klaaa tor
.INHl? VII.LH AU
Celebrated Jellico and
lleut Antlirucite Coal.
.VIIOLKSALK AND HbTAIL.
I'OKK IN HA It LOAD LOTS. .
M AM'FACTUKKItS AND DKALIOHS IN ICH.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
:A PRIVATE TIP
I. now Kiilnu thr rounds that thr proicr place
mnn Nnmrthinif nice for ChriNtma. i.
MITCHELL'S, No. aS Patton Avenue.
A liimr nnd elCKant line of neckwear, .Ilk umbrellas by the thiiuaand, kid Klorea, ailk mnr
Hera, "Ilk hnnilrrchlrfa, nltlKator and I'nncy
licnta' furniahlnx sooda afore.
F. E. MITCHELL,
LHWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
U. P. MCI.dUU. Vice-Prc.
Disbctoss:-Lewis Maddns. M.J. Beardrn,
a. ft. ncca, (jco. a. rowcu, v. iu. Mciiua.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
tlrsaniicd May lat, 1HHH.
8tatet County and
Itoei a General Banking Buiioru. DrnotHta
lectioa made on all accessible points. The
On all sums in this department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention jriveu to loans on real estate, which will be placed for long Umc om real
Open from a. m. to 8 p. ro. On 8a turd ays the Saving Department will be open till fl p.m
tan Id lv
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on tbe Premise,
Twenty-live years ol practical esperirnce, combined with pknsonal attention ! all d.
tails of the business and perfect arraagementa far clianlinxss and ptiaiTr of all goad
manufactured, enable tbe proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior claim of
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons
Olnger Air and a1ltbe various flavors of 80I)AWATBK ready for shipment and drlfveml
free in City limits. Out of town orders must have smnsibli reference.
C. H. CAIrlPRKIX.
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In peaceful, rcMtfnl vale, Nurronnded with pine
covered mounlMliiN, apitrklliiK alreaima and rreanll.
ful aeenerv. wllta lladry. brarlnaj, henlth-ldrn air,
rrnadons front dual, malaria or debilitating eneel,
the bent of fall and Winter cllruatea, with Ita ther
mal waters) nowlntr Into marble pool, the mostlas.
urloua and curative hatha In the world, tende.a to
the debilitated, rheumatic, malarloua or gouty nut
ferer, an well anihe recreation aeeker, Health, Real, ,
Pleaaure, Home ComforlM a"d t'ncacelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Hiamnre from Aahrylll. to Hot Mirlnira. 97 miles. Time ol lrl,
t hour and 37 minutes.
SCHKDl'LK OF TRAIN.
l-csvt A.he.ille for Hot SirinK at 7:30 s m, 4:3(1 1 m, anil 7 in
Relurnlna leave Hot Hprtosa for Aahrirllle at 7:37 a m, 12:SIA anon,
and 11:10 p m.
Cullman I'alacr Cars on all train.. Rnunil trip ticket. Including
unc day's hoard at the Mountain 1'ars Hotel, 4.90.
On tbe A. & H. Railroad, Klght IMllca Houtti of Aahevlllc
and Adjoining; Vanderbllt Park..
If too srr look Ins fnr a plan
whj don't you ace about
Thr best mineral water
firaml vie wn, hihmI society.
iuyNiiWl Prices will go
Take Train Out al o.io A. airfare as Centa Or Drive Mouth Mllea
HR Mil. MUTLKIK1H. City Ami, an Pattoa Art.
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKhi Mllea South of Aahevllle, on the A. a a. Railroad.
New hntela, sew cottages, new ftirnlture. beautiful smve., seal tenal. aad sroqatt lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Mulphur, Alum, Maaneala, Iron and Hnaiim. Thos. snklng health aad pleaaur. ana
wlect society will sot fall to tlatt this pleasant raaort aad drink of Its healing w.lcra
E. A. LeVENE.
spm dtr manaifer.
Aahevllle, ft. CV
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
M anaracturers aaa iNjawrs la all .lad. or Drrssso
Door. Saah, Blind, Moaldlna;, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bank
and Bar Platnrea, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty
sot 14ly Tloaaiaa Mo. r , "
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
to liuy your fathir. brother and Iwst onn
llpirra, In fact every thins- kept in a Hrat clnas
s Patton Ave.
I. K. KANKlN.Ca.hler
M.J. PaKR, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray. J. B. Reed
received. Bxchannv boaght and sold. CfM.
SavlnR Peat ure will receive special attention.
four months or longer. Interest at tbe rate
for a horn, or aa lnTC.tr.cnt
and In great variety. Level lots,
If you think of buying why not
p and go HAWDI.Y.
Near Paaaettft-er Depot