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EKD OF THE CUXVEN'TION.
FINAL AD.Ol'RNMKNT TAKEN
Keport of Commltlwit- The ICxtc.
ultve Coninitllee Met-tH at tlie
lullery 1-ark-A Tulk Willi 'rH-l(li-ut
The ioiithern inter-stntcs imnii",riitioii
convention held its Inst session vester
dny afternoon. The meeting wns cnllcd
to order nt 3:30 hy Hon. M. T. Hr.viin
A resolution wns ottered to the eft'eet
that the presiilent of the convention lie
declared a nictnlicrevullicio of the exec
utive committee and that he lw empow
ered to till vacancies on the committee.
Mr. P. It. Chilton slated that any va
cancy, according to the rules of the
Montgomery convention, would lie tilled
bv appointment of the government ol
the stale in which the vacancy occurred.
A delegate from Tennessee stated lh.it
the rule was only binding on the con
vention at which it was adopted, and
I Ins point was sustained by Acting 'res
ident Knpe I lM who had taken the
chair during the discussion, as it m'
l. lined to the KTiiiaicnl chairman, and
the resolution was adopted.
, M. Le.ieh, jr., ollircd a resolution
giving thanks to the Associated I'ress "I
the 1'nitid Stales of America and reconi
mending that the convention invoke the
aid ut the press inliirlher placing lis ol
iccls More the public, the rules wet c
tided and the resolution was
A resolution was uttered to semi greet
ings to the national farmers' alliance
and to in me their co-opcrnlion ill the
work of the association. This was re
ferred to the committee on Agriculture.
Mr. Chilton then stated that the gov
ernors of the states would not recog
nize a meinU-r of the exceutivecomniiltee
appointed by any one else to such an ex
tent ns one iiauiei liv tlie governor mm
sell, and moved a reconsideration of the
vote taken a short tune nreviouson elect
imr the president of the convention a
mi-mlicr of the committee with power to
I'd! vacancies. Kopc Kims took thechair
again and alter some discussion, the res
olution was adopted wilhatiniiienduicnt
providing that the president should fill
the vacancies by and with the consent ol
the governor ot the stale.
COMMITTI-I. ON AliKtCl l.'11'Kl: Kit.
The committee on agticultuie, horticul
ture and fotcstry then reported to the
convention. The report was ill sub
stance as tollows:
Your committee lielieve they voice the
sentiment of this convention ill recogniz
ing agriculture us the foundation indus
try ol America and esieeiallyof the states
It is therefore the dutv of the conven
tion to set forth all the natural advan
tages of the south its an agricultural
country and every inducement ollcred to
the Ik-s'i class ol imiiiigiauls to settle
These states orter exceptional facilities
lor lraiiKirt.iiion liv rail anil water ntui
easy access to Ust markets ol the world
ami immense social advantages as well.
Though lavoting the immigration ol
worlhv foreigners the convention should
use- its' influence to guard the present far
mers ol the south.
This convention should sympathize
with ami assist various agrieullural or
ganizations to check the tendency lo-ilnv
to monopoly and class legislation.
The improvement ol mir water ways
Uii'i! ot ureal imiHirtaiue all elloris
looking thereto should lie commended
Kesolvrd I. That the icnu(incnt orti
cits ol ibis convention should make
everv ellorl to induce skilled tanners and
eountrv home leaders to come into the
south ami make it I heir home. To that
end a ssvial statement should lie pre
numl as soon as practicable, tiillv tie-
seribiug the advantages of tile south as
a wealth producing and home oiukiug
region lor new settlers, und they should
cause this to lie printed ill several lan
guages and widely distributed in the less
favored portions ol our own country
and in foreign I. Olds.
II. That lias convention earnestly pro.
tests against any lurther expenditure ol
public money by the national govern
ment lor the irrigation ot and lands or
lor heavv exs-iiM-s ill this eoniiex'tion.
III. That this convention IhIicvc that
all sales and entries for settlement of the
public lamls ol the I'niud Stales should
lie suss-ndeil lor n term ol years until the
vacant places in the older state huve
been tilled and the agricultural interests
ol the whole country relieved from the
depressing ctteets of over-production.
IV. That the action olthe convention
embodied m the 2nd and 3rd resolutions
preceding, lie comitiumeaied by the ap
propriate olhcrrs to the srniiti.rai.nrl rep
resentative in congress Irom the states
represented in this convention and that
they be hereby rci nested to endeavor to
engralt these' principle Umiii coligrc
V K. drunker, of Texas, sH.ke nuuinst
the clause which reipiests congress to
relriiiu Irom cxs.nding inoney lor irri
gating the lands and moved that it lie
stricken out. Considerable discussion
took place and it wa linally amended
by accepting Mr. llrooker's iinttndnient
aitd striking out the clause referring to
The report of the miscelltinenti com
mission wa next rend. It recommended
that all resolution, looking to the loca
tion ot the next convention, referred to it,
lie relerred lo the executive committer.
The report wits adopted.
The committee on legislation recom
mended that the resolution deploring leg
islation which check the iirogrcs ol im-
migration to I he south be relerred lo the
A resolution wnt introduced hy 0. 1'.
Cannon, of Temi., ni follow: "That
wheren the executive committee of tlie
Southern intcr-slntc immigration bu
renu is coniKscil of representatives
chosen bv their respective state dele
gation and in whose judgement we have
the fullest commence.
"Kcsolved, That all reiolutlont which
have been ottered nnrl which have not
been considered liv thi convention be re
ferred to nid committee and they he re-
ipiested to tnkc such action In reference
to them a may lie deemed licit for the
interest ot the south."
This having licrn disposed of the rest
liition an ndiournmrnt line die wni
moved and nt :I0 o'clock the conven
tion nil loumcd for the session.
Before adintirnntcnt. Chairman Hrran
made a short talk thanking the delegates
for their courtesy to him while acting as
HXKCUTIVK CoMMITTRK MKKTrt,
The second meeting of the executive
committee of the southern interstate Im
migration bureau as elected bv the con
. vention, met at the Batter) Park hotel
last night for organization and badness,
The bureau was organised by unani
mously electing P. B. CJllton, of Texas,
na general manager, a a ratification of
hi election to that position by the con
vention. John T. Patrick wit elected
seeretarv of the committee.
A restitution, making General Manager
Chilton chairman of all sub-committee,
wns unanimously adopted.
The general malinger wus empowered
to appoint a iib-comtnittecoii railroads,
cxcursion.rntes and immigrant transpor
tation and it siili-committee on ways
New "I leans, I.a., and Savannah, da.,
were named und recogni.ed a southern
ports of culry for immigrant und the
committee unanimously adopted the fol
Kcsolved that tlie general manager
employ his secretnrii-s and office helps for
the conilucl 01 i uircaii.
Kcsolved that the publication of the
proceedings ol Hie southern umuigruiion
convention Ik' I'll with the general inaii-
iger, empowering hull to contract lor
Kcsolved that nil matters twrtniumg
to the conduct ol the southern interstate
immigration bureau lie lei I to thegcncral
manager with the lull support nnu conn
deuce of this committee,
"ke-solved that tins executive commit
tee do now adjourn subject to the call ol
lite general manager.
I Signed l VY. M. Ihtvidson, Jacksonville
-lii - W. I., t'dessner, Aincrieus, (in.; J. C
Keith. Amiiston, Ala.; John A. Sampler,
Hot Surinus. Ark.; b. I'olk loiiiisoti
I'r.inklorl. Kv.: T. W. Poole, New Or
leans. I.a': Sam. It. Itrown, Water Valley,
Miss.; Henry lv. Allord, Maryland, Agn
cultural Coflegc; P. M. Wilson, Winston
S. C; l. K liutican, Spuilanbiug, S. C.
S. T. I. lohuson. Corsiciiua, Tex.; II. M
Aiken, knoxville, Tenn ; f.. W. It Hale.
Kockv Ml., Vu.; C. F. Moore, 1 1 unlet
villc'W. Va executive conimillee.
A TALK WITH I'KKSIIll.ST IIKVAN.
II, ,11 M T. Ilrvan.ol Nashville. Tenn.,
said to Thk Citijikn lust night that as
far a the practical good accomihslieil
by the present convention wns eoucern-
ii It will Ulti u sav willll llie resuu
would be, but that ihemceliug would nil
iloubiedlv attract much attention
throughout the country. He said he
wa not sutlicieiitlv ncnuaintud w ith tlie
past work ol the nssoetalioii lo sH-ak in
telligently as to tin- good nireany accoui
phshed but that an immigration bureau
A H undoubtedly n good idea and would
do L'ood work link's engineered liy in
terested purticslortheiildtvidual advance
ment or in the interest ol eorporaiioiis.
Forecast till 8 a. m.
warineri lulri -l.Ht.Ms WllldMI
IlKlit rulu Huudai,
Miss Hannah J. Price, of Morristown.
and a daugliter of Kev. K. X. Price, is here
visiting her relalive-s.
The tutblic schools of this citv closed
for the Oiristmiie holidavs yeslerdav ill
icrnonii. They will reo-n January ;",
Kuucne M. Hiarden. Jas. K. Kay, Carl
V. Kemolds and W. J. Cocke reliirnci
last night Irom Wollord lor the holiilavs.
The second sermon of the series bv Kev
Mr. Kitson oil "The Catholic Church'
will be preached to. morrow night a
Trinity chinch at 7::to o'clock.
Kev. I. C. Trov will preach to-morrow
at ;t Mo p. in. al the Methodist c!i.ihI on
Collec'e street. I ll.isi- living III the vk-nt
ily ol the chaielareurgiutlv rcipu-sled In
allend this service.
C. II. Miller has been appointed suier
itilcmlcnt ol the mul.iv se'liool al t in
College street Methodist chats'l. Suiidav
school will Ik" laid everv Suiidav al :l
o'cliH-k. iH'giiming to-morrow.
There will Isr a song serviif and cvan
celistu Hible stmlv lor voiiug nun al tin
.M.C. A rooms to nioirow nt :ii
o'clock p. in. The suhicct is: "Itodilv
and spirit mil blindness ninoved" lolui
ix. All are iuvilcd.
Col. J. M. Ka ciiiii tniucd a cjnal telle
ol ucnl lent. in wstcnlav. .Messrs van t"e-
man. ol lacksoiivillc, -!scx ntui Ciiok.ol
Arkansas, ami I Kan. of Memphis, at Ins
home at K.imotb. These geiillcitieu were
ol the delegates to the convention
In to nioirow the present Wnshington
and Hot Miriugs sleeping ear line.
train No, ri'.' and .l;!. will lie extetited
to New York, and alter that date will
run Isrlwccu Hot Springs und New Voi
via Salisbury, I'auville, Washington anil
the P. K. K.
TlIK ClTiKN is greallv indebted lo
I no. li. Carter, ol Sanlord, l'la.. wh
was stenographer to Seeretarv Plhotl
diirinu the iniiiiigraliou convention. Mr.
Carter w as very courteous and obliging
in allowing Tim CITUKN to use In short
hand notes w hen necessary.
I. list Snttirdnv afternoon." said
Eeiillenian to TlIK CiTIKX to day, "I no.
tu-ed in vour pniK-r nn advei lisement ol
a six room bouse to rent, l-.arlv Won
lav morning I looked at the house, found
it to be pist what I wanted und was
told thai it had been rented within an
hour utter Thk Cmi! was published
M. I. I. ink, of Hickory, has been given
a position in Irani inspatcher ton
naily's olliee in this city, as the head ol
the stenniiriipliic lone. I lie llickorv
I'ress savs: "Malcolm bus only studied
short biiinl a short while and has lieen
rvmarkablv sticecssbil. He is one of Hick
ore's brighest iMivsand we heartily con
grntiilale him uhiii Ins menleil suivess,
Capt. Natt Atkinson lelt thi norning
via .New tn leans tor lexns, Arsansas,
and the Indian Teriilory, to sih-iiiI th
holidavs with friends and relutivr, and
to purchase the "Cherokee strip" ijin
vided he likes it I in the interest ol nn
Ashevillr syndicate. Miisiiies in real
estate here in hi absence will still In-
conducted bv hi on at the "same old
A New Name for ll.
Ashrvlllc IrlrKrnm In Pnlttinnrr Hun.
Mr. McKcimc io brilliant talker, with
a fund ol general humor, which on thi
occasion had been mellowed by congenial
For Thla Week.
Note the following nt Law's: .'I casks
of decorated China dinner sets ut tJ.
and 'JH isrr set worth ;il. The Inpn
nese ilepnrtment is lieiug closed out lor
good, t .noil markrd wavnowu.
Our S. 10, 15, iO.aO, 5 and 50 cent
Table arc worthy ol intention. Art
hook und booklet, children's bonk
block and doll. 07, Till and 111 south
MTComc to "The Dig Racket Store
for vour Christmas tov and fancy uoodi
lliggest stock and loweit prices. th'JC
PrtrClnremont, this place, formerly
occutiied by Mrs. It. C. Hunt, is now
rrndv fnruurst. Many Improvements
telephone, bath, etc., near South Main
street. Address Mi llruhun.
Inse to New Ad verllMistsi.
Wantii M. D.
To I.iian li. H Watson.
Nn Ciisisihas A. II. Vonprr.
PnsHssT 7S Main st ml.
Vnm Hmst il.lVt N Main alrert.
MoTSI. i MSNT j. A.NIehiila.
Ht'il,lilNti Sitms N. P.vrnandan.
Rsinac To I.SASBj C'ortlsnd Hroi.
HneillAV I'RRSHNTS Kaysur a Mitllttt,
Thb Hmos STosa Hmi 'i Weaver,
na.au III'IBA HnllSR n hestraK'luh.
I'sivat noxainan Mra. M. C. atorktos,
Imi-ostast Oakland Mttaatsaaaatorlam.
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
DR. K. I.. HUKI.KV, r sM-..
TROIT, OlaCOVERI IT.
Ha Telegraph) "The CltUen" In
Confirmation ofa Report lo Ttint
The Citizkn sent a telegrnm thi morn
ing to Dr. E.L.Shurley.of Detroit, Mich.,
skint-if he hnd, as reported, (see edi
torial on second page) discovered a cure
for consumption. The following has
been received I
DK-TuniT. Dee. 20. I have cerlinnlv
found n cure lor onie forms of consump
tion. The whole theory is not worked
out yet. li-1- Sin'Ki.t:v.
Holiday l'.xcurHlon Rales).
The Richmond and Danville rnilro.ul
announces the nle of round trip tickets
to nil point on its line in North mid
South Carolina ut the rate of lour cents
per mile for the round trip. Ticket will be
on sale Peeemlier 'in to 25, inclusive, re
turning lanunry 2, 1801, and ngntn in
December lilt to 31, inclusive, goon re
turning January 5, 18HI.
Persons nt tins point wno acsirc m
oend the holidavs North can piire'liase
round trip tickets nt the snme per mile
rate from Salisbury to point in Virginia
or Washington, D. C on the saniedutcs.
Ft ir Niiins I'ri'si'tttsfor hii
lies ' to
Raywor & Smith's.
For Ninas l'lrsi'iit
Rayxur &. Smith's.
For Ninas Presents for the
iirls. Iloysor IdttleCliildren
Uaysor V Smith's,
OKI t.;iHTS, 31 Patton Ave,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
(NK NKiHT ONLY.
Friday, December 26.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION.
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL CLUB.
C.in.wtinii nf thr ImIUiwIii artl.ls :
MM. MAX II.VCIIIiKT.
MiiNt. AI.I'KHII lilt SI'.VIl,
l.ruiltr anil Violin Virluimii
HliKK KICIIAKIl I'OI.TMANN.
ItHKK K .ITIHil..ltK.
VimIii mil Vitils d'Aniuur
iii:km i.ksht iii.iii.niiY,
MONK I k RI'CUl'iiV,
HliKK I KI!i:K.CK hkimukopt.
I-'KAI I.HIX ANNA C. MASTI'.I.I..
In a vle-t lircuriim. I'suul tnirrs Htal an
air at J I' fawyrr's. No. 1.1 I'allon Ave
Tur.dnv. Itirinlicr X. Kimcmlwr tlie ilutc
iitiktut.tt llrmhts Mtinfiloritim" iformrrlv
lliikliinil Inni Kill not Ik oih,I until Janu
urv l, ihiii.
S.'l. son to loan on uoml city rral rslnte
Apply lo 1 1. H. VVATHllN,
(ln jildll A sell I
By Mm. M. C. Htockton.
CllMPllKT.MII.il KIKI.Mlt. OIMIIITAIII.lt.
No. .1 Flint Stmt, Ashcvlllc, N
A A-w vrrjr rirslrahle womlrd UulhllnK site.
near thr proposed street ear line, In lots ul
on. acre amd upwards, near Carrier's hotel
at Sulphur Springs. Apply to
N. IM.I MANIKIN.
drt'JudJw Weal Ashcvllle.
Winter Rcnldcncc to I.cate
A party drslrlnsr to estalillah a WINTKH
HltMIIiliNCII on the orthrrn suhurtia of
Ash, yllle ran mnkt an advantageous ar-
rsns -mrnt, for term of year, with owner
of home. Completely furnished and equipped
and oeeupled In summer only. Apply to
ller'JIMltf COKTLANII IIKIIH
sialte nfnlrelv furnished rooms with hoard
suitable for a gentleman ami wne ; aiso sin
gle rooms, in small privatefatnilv of adults,
al mi tn UAii.ni mnani.
, K. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUIIDER.
Alan grading of all kinds done. All orders
promptly lllled and work guaranteed. Can
nt found al all time at Oraham'i Cotton
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. E. REED & CO.,
No. 10 Court Sqnare.
oetan d vr
: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 181M).
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT CO,
PAID UP CAPITAL, S3(X),(MK).
(5H(r. S. I'OWKLL, I'lvsidi'titiiiitl Huh. Mitiinp'r.
V. W. HAHNAIU). Tiviismvi'.
Ito.inl of Diii-flois: UiilniH'iiH IViirmm, -I. K. Kji nkin.
T. II. Cnltli. .1. S. Admits, (icii. S. I'owi-ll.
I'he I'oiniianv ownsalioiit six
I Jin tut iiiiiinit'iii'i ui'iiiu'
heeii I tea tit il'u I l.v laid out into lots, maps of whieh can
lie had on npplinition. Special iiiiliicenieiits are heinix
offered to a limited number of ersoiis who will eni-t tirst-
lass resiliences at onee. The
tas been unprecedented in lite
ate, ami its success as the popular residence part of the
itv has already been assured.
This property is now being
with pa veil nutters ahd shade
. ... . -i
sewer lino: eiecrric street runway rminiiin iiinni;iiiii'Nr
rty. Park ami lake sites have been left at convenient diH-
aiices throuih the property
sewer ulan has been adopted
sanitarv results. Some of the
Unsurpassed in Western North Carolina,
and that almost means the world.
The property is reached from
tin. best unities leadittir out of
just decided on, and running
.iiuitierry striM'ts, a uisianceoi
maxiinuiii arade of seven per
about four hundreil feet.
St) tllkell altop'tlier, tliere
in tin- Soutli that promise better returns than these.
For other information apply to
Geo. S. Powell, Pres.,
ASHKVILLi:, N. C.
Otliie at Powell it Snider's.Court Sipiiweand l'atton Av
iufi'rir'B.-Thr krnilworth Inn Cotntinnv.
thut it hn never lawn llie intention to mnke it a Knnntoriuni. To the contrary, it will
lc i-onilucled atrivtlv n a lir.l-lss hotel and Mlcal resort. A mile and a hall from the
Athevllle court house, oul Mu'n trcct, and directly nt lliltmorc Stnlinn. A toulhern
oosure and the musl rslensive view near Asheville. Overlookt both the French llroad anil
S nnnnnoa Vnllryt. ami llie park of Mr. Vnnderliilt Kooms are of unusual site, airy and
liuhl. with lantc iloet Thirty five suites ol rooms with private baths. I'erfect aystcmol
I'lllllllliilg. llcalinK anil l'nillllllon. 10 w
Coke ! Coke ! Coke ! !
I huvc arrrnngrd to krep a supply of good
COKH, aillialllr for l.urillnK in I'l'KNAL'Kn,
8TOVKH, KANIll'.S. Are., either alone or mis-
eil with hanl coal.
NO KMIIKK. Hive INTI1N8U I
Price per ton Delivered
Cut onil Kplit for Ktovrs and Hlreplaiea,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. . MOODY,
Ofllce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TKI.lil'HONB NO. Ml.
Vard near freight Depot. Telephone No. 7:1.
REVELL & WAGNER,
aueeeasort to Kopp A l.lchtenlKrger,
IUOAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
Coffees roasted oa thr premise dally, and
round for every customer.
Pull Line or Table Supplies.
I'rre delivery. A full lint of Peed, furnished
at wholesale price.
98 PATTON AVENUE,
Trier on. No, AS,
MRS. BRUCE H. JONES,
or New York, Teacher In
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINTINB,
Mtudlo No. T Jefltraoa Drive.
Mending of china by firing, aaa old ehlna
rr-ailded. I manatactutt my own gold and
k . bM .J h f.MMM WllkU mak
have a kUn of the famoaa "Wllkle1
Order for work promptly CMCuted
hninlred ai res of the litiest
Kites ill t ie ei v. Tilts lias
demand for this property
history of Asheville real es-
laid out with broad avenues,
trees on each side. Water,
: it .1. 1 1...
and a complete water and
so as to jrivo the very best
views to be had from points
state, Couutjr and
the center of Asheville by
the city. The stni-t car line
out Haywood. Academy and
i .. i...k ...:i..
ou-niiii i nun nuu-r. nun u
cent., ami that for only
aiV lirobubl.V HO investments
to correct an unfounded rumor, announces I
oienru .-an hi i v m . .....
RROWNIMU. Hi. D.f
If vnu do you will he aware nf theffact, we
keep the best goods for the leaat money.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
A8HKVILLK, N. C.
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
filling teeth a tpcdalty, alto treating dl
eased gumt, and all rilseatct ptrtalnlng to
the dental atructure. omcc ronmt on l'at
ton avenue, over Kaysor A amltb'a drag
Are VOU aW'ftre tllllt II. T.
EHtabrook lias more niotures.
(V liner lino ui uuuivrj, uurn
more fratninff than all the
firms in Wentern North Caro
lina together. We do not
spread out our entire stock,
but cun always bIiovv yon
clean, fresh goods in good
variety and latest styles at
the lovvewt prices. Call for
proof at 22 -South Muin St.,
Celebrated Jellicu and
BchI Anthracite Coal.
WIKH.KSAIJO AND UKTAIIj.
('OKI' IN ('Alt IjOAD M)TS.
M A N I'FA( Tl 1 H K ItS A N D DKALKIJS IN 1(10.
Ahhevllle Ice & Cm1 Company.
Aa.aia.aWs.aiBfli 1W A Jl a M M At.
A PRIVATK TIPZZZI
Is now K"I"K the rounds that the proier jiluec
man something nice for Chrlstmns Is
A lrtrKr nmt rtc-RHtit Hnr f nrikwmr. ullk umbrrlla by the thuupund, kM lttc, ilk mul
Arm, llk bnmlrrthlt fti. ulhKntr iinU twicy mtt'ln. n imi every mini "p '" -
gt-nl' fnrninhintf hhU Hturc.
F. E. MITCHELL,
LKWIS MADDl'X, I'rra
L. P. McUUI'U, Vtee-Prm.
DisscTos:-Lewis Maddui. M.J. Dearden,
b. H. Keed. 10. o. i-oweu. at aeww.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
lioes a General Banking Bualaraa. Deport t
lections made on all accessible points. The BaelnK Feature will none, special attention.
On all tarns in thi. department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given t. loans oa real estate,
Opea from 9 a. m. to p. m. Oa ttaturdn ra
AQUClfll I L Xilll A
nwilt. .. vwnii
117 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY
Twenty-See year of practical experience,
junior the botlne.. ad perfect smuignneau
manofaetnRd, enable the proprlctoi to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale sad alllthe various flaton n HOPAIWATKR ready lor sklnaicnt aa4 deMeem
free la Ctty llmiu. Oat of town order mast
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In n pcitccral, rcairnt ale, nurroundt with plnc
covreed mouulalns, itpnrhllUK nlrvuma stud rsraull.
rnlarcncrt , wltnltaary, brailna, he Hta-lHdvn air.
frvrdnra from dual, snMlaila or debilitating; effect,
Ihc bean) of fall and Winter cllmaleM, wllta lla liter
mal walera) Rowlnsj Into marble pool, the morn Inn.
annua and curative natha In llie world, tendcia lo
Ihe dcbllllaled, rheumatic, malarlou or siouly auf.
ferer. as well ami be recreation aecker. Health, Heal,
Plenanrc. Homo Comforta ard t'ueacelled Table al
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Iiiatance from Aalirvill. to Hot
1 hour and A7 minute.
SCHKDITLU OP TRAINS.
Usee Aahevllle for Not Mprinas at T:ii a m, :aii p m, sad T p m
Returnina leave Hot Hpriaic for Asheville at T:!IT a m, I'J.M noon,
and 11:10 p m.
t'ullman Palace Cart nn all trains. Round trip tlekets Including
one day' hoard at the Mountain I'ark Hotel, 94.30.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for it Purity.
We deliver to all part of the city oar owa Bottling Kiport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our heer It kept at a temperature nf 40 degree and we guarantee yoa a fresh article at
all time. THKTH AHB Ktd'I'UKIl PKOM
V WINE.. AND .
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
,. a. ,u.nT. -..c. I NO. 43 S. MAIM ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Gl(ht nllea Soutli of Aahevllle, on the A. . Hallroad,
New hotels, saw cottages, new furniture, beautiful grovea.aeat traal aad erooael lawa.
4R MINRRAL SPRINGS.
White aulphur. Alum, Maaada, Iroa aad
"I,ct od,,,' "! -, " t0
Ahelllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD V0RKIU6 CO..
Maaafactanra aad Deaktrs la all Mad of Dressed
Door, Saab, Bllnda, Moulding-, Stalrworh, Mantcla, Bank
and Bar Flatnrea, and all klnda of Btsildlna; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty
No. 30 Patton Atenne.
lo nuv your ininir. nmint, ...
a8 Patton Avenue.
a Putton w.
I. B. RANKIN, Cashier
M.J. Pan. J. B. Raakln.J. B. Bsy.J. n. k'
May 1st. 1HHH.
reee.Teal. Btcnange Doagnt ana aoia. v-oi.
four rouotne or lunger, Interct at me run
which win be piaeeeii ror mj am. m tm
the Saving Department will be open till at p. u.
VI ATFR h All I UK I
FILTEHHU on the PrcmlHti
combined with raisoNAL altentloa air n
f.r ct-aii.iiias and rvairx 4 ooU.
to his numerous natron a attpenor eiasa o,
bare aasruaSLS rete-rcaM.
C. M. CAMPBKI.I
PLACE IN AMERICA,
37 miles. Time of trip.
LIQUOR .. STORE .
Mpsorn. Those teektng healtk and iiteasnn anil
orta.i in., of iu beting water.
E. A. LcYENE.
Near rascn(cr Depot.
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