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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1890.
THE CHRISTMAS BALI..
A Ilrllllnnt Event nt lite Battery
The Cltristnms ball lit Iluttcry Ptirk
Inst evening for the benefit of the mission
kindergarten wits attended by about one
hnndred gucHts. The magnificent ball
room was very elaborately decora
ted with holly, ami each chandelier had
suspended from it u large bunch of mis
The stage was prettily draiicd with
the stars and stripes and the orchestra
of the hotel furnished the usual high
der of music.
As n social success t lie ball was the
feature ol the season, and to the patron
esses is due the large measure of enjoy
ment furnished the many young society
people. The patronesses were Mrs. lieu,
W. I'ack, Mrs. C'has. McNaince, Mrs,
Uho Williams Kmltl. Mis. W. Kidgcley
renmman, Mrs. . name, .Mrs. Kicli
ard Ilouglitcliug. Mrs. K. I Collins,
Mrs.J. 0. Martin, Mrs. W. W. Wist,
Mrs. Chun. A. Moore.
At 11:3(1 supper was served in the spa
eious dining room, alter which dancing
was continued until the earlv hour ad
vised the merry crow d ot the approach oi
Over $1011 was realized and wilUloubt-
less prove an acceptable Christina
luiid. Col. J. II Steele, manager of the hotel
donated the use ol the hall room and the
entire service and the sttpiK'r to the
palioiH'sscs lice ol charge. This was u
most generous gift and the ladies ?ip
preeiateil Heartily the maguauuimy ol
Among those present were: Capl.and
Airs. ii. vt . iiuclil, .Mr. r.ntl -Mrs. .
Sluder. Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Wuihlel'l, Mi
and Mrs. S. C. Cortland, Capt. and Mr-.
I'avis, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. I'liiiiimaii
Mr. an. I Mrs. 1:. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs,
II. N. Lockwooil, Mr. and Mrs. T. S
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. ll. W. I'ack,
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Lyman, Mr. and Mrs.
Chns. Mc.Viiiicc, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr-ntty, jr.. Mr. anil Mrs. W. W'iilinmsou.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. Moore, Mr. ami Mrs.
C. II. Taylor, jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Stevens, Mrs. lietieral I'ahner,
Mrs. McClain. Mrs. Ilowniau, Mrs.
J. Hvaus Brown. Mis. A. Mon
tant, Mrs. J. N. Johnson, Mrs.
Waldo K. Chase. Mis. II. D. Haven,
Mrs. K. I'. Collins, Mrs. Drown, Mrs.
Lord, Mis. Mason, Mrs. S. Y. Hattle.
Misses Cortland. Campbell, Mackev,
Shaekellord. Wuddcll. I'ack, Reynolds,
Ingersoll, I'urmaii, k. I'inin. N. lluiiu.
Miss Mackev, Chase, Van llugit, Drunk.
Wheatland, Thayer, Maitland and Ma
son ; Messrs. Ki. i I-'oster. (1. I'. Kirk
mau, W. K. King, I . Merrick, C. Kaukin,
Kichmoinl, I'. McCoy, llaiighton,
D. M. Jones. C. I'. Cusiting, V. Vance
Drown, II. lloublcday, U. V. Ilisscll.
Webb. J. li. Mcriiiuon, A. S. Child, llarrv
S. Willi nits. ll. K. Collins. II. I. Child.
Wright Suilnsan, C. I". I'vnniuiaii, I'. C.
M IT1.MI AI.I.HM.
Argument at the l.i't-iim l.nnl
At the Lyceum last night olheers lor
the next ijitartir were i-livtvd as follows:
President. W. II. M. limit; vice ptesideiil
J. Mcl. W liitson; treasurer, Win. Ward
secretary, II. II Stevens.
Kev. It. Sheppanl then iklivercil, bv
appiiatiucnl, an address on "Material
ism, as opposed to the spirituality ol the
itund. At the otH-ning ol his d:-ii'ourst
Mr. Sl.epp trd stated that it was ins oil
lect to show that the nature ot than was
Iwo-lold and that a close analysis
of the Hihicct shows that man has
a mind ouite distinct hum, vet closclv
relalcd to the annual oigaiusm, each
acting and leading on the other, tin
IhkIv ruled over l;v and olieviug the dic
tates ol a tree, intelligent, active will
or spirit, the ego exercising its
liiuelions through the body as Us
instrument, lie sunnmd the causes
leading to mattrialiMii as three
ill numlHT. The nrst one named was the
greal progress made in scientific rcsearel
the entire deotiou to the sludv ol mat
ttr with the total neglect of the study
ot iiiiuil ami tile power ol matter to In;
get the must striking phenomena. The
second was t lie study of those sciences
esiieciallv which iliscuss the structure
and coinoUx function ol the uiiimal or
gauism and the iiitimaterelationexisting
iK-tweeu Oram action and internal line
tiouicna. The thud cause meniiotieil was
the looking out on external nature in its
cosmic relations, beholding its pile
noTiit-un and the striking hariliouv
ol the laws bv w hich the phenomena are
regulated ami continued. Mr. Sheppard
made u very exhaustive address on the
lie was followed bv Prof. K. h. Madi
son.ol Jackson co,, w ho arose ill response
to a call and made nil impromptu sieech
on the sunitci. lie made some good
gunirnts, however, against materialism,
presenting some humorous illustrations
it liieunlugoiiism ol the ninterialistsiiud
their opposers I'rol, Mudison stated his
belief that the ipiesliou would Ik decided
within the present century and not in
favor id the materialists.
Major T. C. Westull spoke with his us
ual lluencv and readiness, inking the
side opitosed to materialism. He pro
duced some amusing laett tending to con
lose the materialists in their argument
that matter rules everything.
A Popular ANhe-elllc Printer Mar.
Kobt. C. I'rank win married it 12
o'clo.k to-day to Miss Florence G.
I.nkev, of this city. The mnrringe wo
at the miucnrc of J. M, McC unless, an
uncle of the bride, at No, 79 Dlanton
street, and was very quiet, only a few
friends of the contracting parties being
present. Key. John C. Troy, pastor ol
Kivcrside M. Ii.cliurcu soutn, periormed
thf eeremonv. After a dinner nt the
house of Mr. McCanlesi the couple left on
the cast bound train for ft visit to friends
and relatives, They will return to this
city la lew lnv to mnuc their Home Here.
Mr. Frank is a compositor, having
worked in Asheville printing otnees lor
long time. He is well known here and is
oneol the most popular memlicri of the
Typographical l.'nion. He and his bride
have Tim Iitukn ' best wishes.
WKDDINU ON VANCE MTKICKT,
Policeman Ctilllna and Ml mm Nan
tale Mlvca Married.
N. A. Collins, an efficient officer of the
Asheville police force, and Miss Nannie
T. Rives, daughter of Capt. nnd Mrs. II,
P, Rives, were married nt the residence of
the bride s partuts, on Vance street,; yes
terday evening at 7 o'clock. The wed
ding was aqur.'t one, only a few relatives
nod friends of the couple being present.
Rev. John C. Troy, pastor of the River
side M. li. church, south, oflieinted,
After the ceremony the bridal party
were driven to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Collins, on Depot street, where an
elegant collation wui served. The bride
and croon) were tlie recipients of some
' banaaoDM and useful presents.
MTCome to "The Biff Racket Store"
mr your v. Dustman toys and fancy good,
seejes una iu were price.
t-'orecaul till 8 a. m. Thutmelay
Colder, uortliweHlerly wtiidN.
No Citizkn to-morrow. The town will
have to run itself for twenty-foui hours.
The regular meeting of the W. C. T. V
has been postponed until after the hob
William W. Jones, who lor some mouths
has ticeii cntploved in 1 iik Citizkn com
nosing room, left today lor his former
home at Shelby,
The Asheville Female college closed for
the hohdav vacation vesterdav. A mini
her of the pupils have gone to their
homes lor Christmas.
Mrs. E. D. I 'avis and daughter, Miss
Allwrta Davis, have returned Irom Vir
ginia, accompanied bv Miss l-aiiuielitith-rie,
who w ill make a visit here.
Atiuust Weber, who has built a large
number of small houses in Asheville, died
suddenly on Dec. II, in Brooklyn, ot
heart disease. His remains were cre
mated in Brooklyn on the 14th.
L. Jacobs, of this city, now traveling
in southern territory lor the drug house
of John Wvcth iV Co., ot Philadelphia, is
here lot Christmas. He will remain null,
All those who have not vet tiled an
nual reports as guardians and adminis
trators arc m mml by law to file their
returns at once. litis is by order of clerk
of superior court.
There will Ik1 a Christinas tree tor the
children at the Children's Home and the
patients in the hospital on Friday at .
p. in. Any contributions lor it should
be scut to the hospital early Friday
Mr. (I. II. Ilciirv hasthe thauksof TlIK
CitiIvN for a box ol delicious Florida or
anges and tangerines, grow-n in his own
grove in Orange county, Florida. May
liis crop alwavs be large and the frost
never catch the-iu.
The Centr d church Sunday school will
have a Christmas tree with other exer
cises to morrow evening commencing
promptly a! 7:.'tt o'clock. Presents for
l he children should lie sent directly to the
hurch to-morrow lictwccn ! and 11'
Capt. T. W. Patton has resigned as
suiKTintciidciit of the Asheville street
railwny and John II. Harnard. the first
siiiK'nntcndcut has liecn chosen to
to till his plae-e both in that company
old in the Asheville light anil power
The rooms of the Voting Men's Chris
tian Association will Ik oikh all (lav
Christmas and young men are es'teviuHy
invited to stK'tid their spare tune there
I o-moiTow evening nt s o clock a meet
ing tor young men w ill lie held to which
all are- cordially invited.
The thanks of the editorial room ol
Till-: Cmn:.v is due to A. S. Robinson lor
I Dox ol splendid Christmas cigars
lamed "I'i in I. They are on sale at
Worihcn's ilrug store, ami if von want
to know how good thev are trv one
Don't" pay ten rents for a cigar when
you can gel one ol these lora nickel.
Last Monday niuht the t'nnim'u.-iliiui
ollrinilv chaiK'l, colored, "surprised
l heir pastor. Kev. S. II. Mel hill v. ill his
home with numerous seasonable gilts, in
testimony ol their esteem of am) good
will to linn. Taken unawares, Mr. Me
Ihilty expressed with lender emotion the
iovlul leeltugs thai the miexiKvlcd but
iriciidly in upturn aroused in him and
said be trusted that the Almightv would
always give him strength toiUserve their
con tinned interest ami appreciation. Mr.
McDutly is an honorable, consistent min
ister ami a worthy example to his ko
Mr. A. II. Casse-lmau, SKvial examiner
ol the pension olliev. who has bad official
headipiartcrs at Asheville for several
years past, has been appointed a member
of the board ol ikiisioii apieals in the in
tenor department This hoard acts
under the siiHrvisioii of the assistant
secretary of the interior, in dividing tip.
Kals from the commissioner of K-nsions,
and liiriniilaics the legal decisions upon
utiesiiiius arising under the pension laws
Mr. Cassclmau's appointment is in the
hue ol his previous service, and is there
fore u civil service promotion. He will
leave for Washington about the tit Ht ol
Ihe year, ami will carry with hint the
gootl wishes ot many Iriemls in Asheville.
Mullnruetory Work at the Voiiiik
The evening educational classes
arithmetic, penmanship and book keep
ing at the outig Men's Christian Asso
ciation clos.d last week after n very sat-
istaetory term ol wok. The instruc
tion given was very good nnd the pro
gress made by the pupils was encourag
ing. The attendance, however, was not
as great as the importance of the work
II n sullicient miinlier of young men a-
piy a second term will Ik' held commencing
Monday, Januarv , and will continue
to March I'M. The classes will not lie
undertaken unless ten pupils make appli
cation on or before januarv fl. Terms
lor memlicrsliip are $1 for each class lor
the term. Application mtiy he made to
the general secretary or to' the teachers,
Prof. C. A. Webb or Mr. I. I.. Rich, and
should be lade as early as possible.
In the Pulled Slate senate a bill was
passed authorizing the construction of a
public building nt Norfolk. Vn. Mr. Ilirr-
gins, of Delaware, spoke in fnvorof the
election bill, and Mr. Yoorhecs, ol In
diana, against it.
Without a doubt this medicine will cure
you. It lias cured thousands. Take Sim.
nious Liver Regulator.
toTWnnted to lease a brick huildinu
5(1x150 for hvenr ten venrs. For nlnns
nun sieeuientinns impure nt
dce.'.ld.U 1 11 K ASHKVII.I.K SlIOK CO,
Who are at the Hotela That Von
May Not Know.
,S'Hi'nHao . Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
linker, Richmond, Va.; M. Marcus, Dres
den!, Germany; . W. Plnckwehlcr, Ca
tawba, N. C; Gus Lnnnaniski. Cincin
nati, Ohio; M. L. Kudu sill, Hot Springs,
Ark.; J. H. Barnard and wife, New York ;
B. Hrofeelden, Baltimore.
Mftery Purk:F. V. Uwis, New
Orleans; J. , Porter nnd wife, Pitts
burg, Pa,; T. S. McDce, Knox
ville; C. S. Thanwald nnd .vile,
Cincinnati, O.; II. II. Child, city; W. (i.
Crenshaw, jr., New York; W. D. Martin,
New York; A. K. Foote, Philadelphia:
A. W. Stanton. Bridgeport. Ct.; Mrs. Ij.
Stanton, Bridgeport, Ct ; Mr nnd Mrs.
W. M. Courtis, Detroit, Mich.; J. I..
Wntt, Columbus, Gn.
(rami Cential . YV. A. James, Sulis
bury; S. M. Puckett, ipelikn, Ala.; . 0.
. O. Harrison, M. A. Gee, Jus. Haker, J.
Powers and laniilv, Geo. K, Knight, G.
W. Cnndlcr, A. M. Parks, 11. A. Fergu
son, N. C; R. I.. Pope, Knox ville, J. II.
Payne. Richmond and Danville; Jas. R.
I, ove, li, t . Summey, b. H. Stinimey, II.
A. liibbs, if. C. Long, J. D. Conner, H.
W. Adams, S. C; lonard Mvllon, Mid
f.'en A'ocA : Hil Marshall, M. R. Green.
Big Pine, Ky.; Paul Jones, Henderson
ville; Jas. D. Heathain, Salisbury; R. L.
Pope, Knnxville; li. B. Oliver, Liberty,
N. C ; B. M. Peersall, Jones county; Mrs.
Geo. li. Hoggs, Wnyiiesville; James V.
Bowls, Louisville; Cbas. A. B. Hall,
lohuson Citv: I. M. Thomas and manly
Cobb. .V C: oiin li. Alntnews, iinrncrs
ville. Kv.: Wm. Poimlexter, Knoxville
Geo. G. Hol'l'S. Wnvnesville; II. M. Poin
dexter. Knoxville; C. F. Cnmp, North
Carolina: W. A. McHill. C. A. Hodges
Texas; W. A. Williams, F. M. llaldorf.
Theei. Clark. Tennessee.
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT CO.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $;(K),()0().
(iEO. S. POWKf.L, Prosid.Mit find On. Milliner.
W. W. ItAHNAItl). Tiviihiiipi-
Hoard of Diri'ctorK: Ifii'liniiHid I'i'iiison, .1. K. Kmikiii,
T. H. Cobl, .1. S. Adiinis. (i.o. S. I'owi'll.
No pill or nauseating potion, but
pleasant tonic and purgative is Simmons
For XtiuiM I'nwiitHfor La
difs ,'o to
Raytior &. Smith's.
For Nlnns 1'iiwntfl for
(il'tlt ll'IIHMI go to
KuKor & SmilhV.
For Xiiims rrospiils for I In
(liils. Hoys or Liltli'Cliildri'ii
RayNor & Smith',
URl .ilHTH, 31 Patton Ave.
Whrrr ntllhr IoimiiI thr rl Shell OvMtrr in
vn, I'HIIndrlithin Frira which opened hi
iynntid mmle him hoiit A Mrrry Chrt inum
to one and All. llfiityto thr pulilic Imn't
forget that nt PTKAl'KH' you will itrt 11 fine
Chritni tMnnrr nnd I wtll ir there to rnioy
K iclvr I hi KcnilriiiHn h mil.
At Thr lturnieiin.
iS ith r for the
They arc the I tent.
(leci! d 1 m mo t M
For a hnrt time, houwc fumUhedcttmnlete.
nt 11 tvuannnhlr rate. Apply
jihin ciiii-w, Kcal trntnte Dealer.
devl4 i:u 1 UkI Ulock.
The company owiih about six hundred ncrcn of llio lines!
build iiicr and maniif.icturimr sites in (lie city. Tliis lias
been lica ut ifully laid out into lots, maps of which c
be had on application. Special inducements are being
offered to a limited number of persons who will erect first-
class residences at once. The demand for this projiert.y
has bi-en unprecedented in the history of Asheville real es
tate, and its success as the popular residence part of the
city has already been assured.
This property is now being laid out with broad avenues,
with pa ved gutters and shade trues on each side. Water,
sewer and electric street railway running through the prop
erty. Park and lake sites have been left at convenient dis
tances through the property and a complete water and
sewer plan has been adopted so as to give the very best
sanitary results. Some of the views to be had from points
011 this property are
Unsurpassed in Western North Carolina.
and that almost means the world.
The proierty is reached from the center of Asheville by
the best grades leading out of the city. The street cnr line
just decided 011, and running out Haywood. Academy and
Mulberry streets, a distance of one and a half miles, has a
maximum grade of seven mt cent., and that for only
about four hundred feet.
So. taken altogether, there are probably no investments
in the South that promise better returns than these.
For other information apply to
Geo. S. Powell. Pres.,
ASHICYILLIC, N. C.
Otliceat I Well & Snider's. Court Sipiaiiaud Patton Ave.
ASHKVILLH .4 I 'KKTISHM HNTS.
CO A L.:
Celebrated Jellico and
Best Anthracite Coal.
WIIOLKSAUO AM) KtiTAIL.
( OKI: IN ('Alt LUAI LOTS.
M A X I' FA ( TU I IK I IS AND DKALKKS IN ICK.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
:A PRIVATE TIP:
MUTIlr.inr henuwnrtn inn Lontoanv. to rnrrect nn tin fount Irtl rum nr. muiniimfk
I hat It haw never iietn iht- intuition to nuike it n ttnnatonum. To thr ronlrarv. it will
Ik- t-nntlut-trd mrirtly im a firM-dnnn hotel and idrnl rrMirt. A mile and hall Irom thr
Ahrville court houc. nut Mo o otrrei. and dim tly nt Mill more station. A vonthem ei
ponute and the itumt rxieimjvv view nnir Anhevillr tivrrlook both the French Mmad and
Swnnnnnm VnlU-i. and the nark or Mr. Vandt-rliilt. Kitomi nre of ununual nlie. alrv and
1'tftit. with liirift-clt it Thirty five nuttei ol roonm with private batha. Perfrrt ayntemol
I'liiiiMHiiH, iHituiiM inu i-niuniion. m r iRnen eariy tn iniacoatinK rcumary.
WAI.TF.R C. RROWNIMU. M. O.,
Coke! Coke! Coke!
hc airrnnsril to krep s supiilv "f noiI
CCIKR. snlUlilr for hunting In HCKNACRM,
8TDVK8. RANUKH, Ac, tlthtr nlunr or nils-
r4 with bard vonl.
It mnkea NO MM11KH.
Price per ton Delivered
Cut nd Hpllt for Htnvni nnd Plrrplavrs,
For Thin week.
Note the follow inn nt Law's: ft emits
of (IrrornU'd ihinti dinner lets at $25
and fJH twr set worth S3fl. The laps.'
ncse ileiiitrtmcnt is beinir closed out for
gmjii. tiooiis marked why down.
1 Mir 0. 1 1). 1 G. Vt). 25. 35 and 00 cent.
Tallies are worthy ol attention. Art
IkmiIis nnd booklets, children's books.
blorks and dolls. 07, GO nnd HI south
To my friends and customers: Mr
place ot business will be closed on Christ.
Dtit day (ind anything in my. line you
may need on that day please get it from
me belore that date. Keaprctiuliy,
I' SANK U PONNKI.I..
dcc22dt3o I'roprietor Carolina Saloon
MTCIaremont, this place, formerly
occupied by Mrs. it, l. Hunt, is now
ready lor uuests, Many improvements.
telephone, baths, etc., near South Mnin
street. Address Miss Hrohun,
Indas to Nertr AdTertlMinsnla.
Poa Rssr John Child.
Wamtsd Veervlttnff Ofllf.
"llnn'T" ClilAS Worthm 4k Co.
Wantrd Mnntsomery Campbrlt.
Ktstrmsnt Wntern Carolina Bunk
HTATSMBHT NUool Bank of A.bcYllk.
MnvInK sold my stock of Groceries, etc, to
tlnn, UndKtr Ai Kohlson, I take this op.
purtunlty of thsnklnj my customers for
their kindness In patronising me and oak for
continuance of the same with the new arm.
H. D. WOOIIWAKll.
We have purrhastd Mr. VYoodward'eeatlre
stock of Uroceiles, and will continue to do
business at the old sUad, No. 07 North Main
street, and will lie pleased to see his custom
We will set pa full 'stock nnd guarantee
satisfaction to those who deal with ua.
Molldtlng your patronage, we remain,
RAIHIBK Hi RIIHIMDN,
All goods delivered promptly, free of charge,
To sapply f
decM dtf aio w frl
WORTH KN At CO.'fl,
the Holidays with
17 N, Main Ht.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue,
TBLBPHONB NO. 40.
Vard near Freight Papot. Telephone No. 7:1.
REVELL & WAGNER,
BueccMors to Kopp At l.lchtenliergcr,
IUOAR AT REFINER!' PRICES.
Colfces roasted on the premises daily, and
ground for every customer.
Pull Line of Table Supplies).
Prre drllvery. A full line of Peed, furnished
at wholesale prices.
8 PATTON AVUNVK.
Telep one No. (IB.
MRS. BRUCE H.JONES,
Of New York, Teacher In '
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINTIN6,
Htudlo No, T JenVrsoa Drive. ,
Mending of china by "ring, and old china
elided. I manufacture tnv own nold and
have a kiln of the famous "Wllkle" make.
Orders for work promptly taeeutad, tao
If von do yoa will be aware of lhrTart, wc
keep the best goods for the least money.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
A8HEYILLB, N. C.
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
Pilling teeth a specialty, alau trratlng dis
eased gums, and all diseases pertaining to
tnc urntal structure, tiffin rooms on I'st
Inn avenue, over Kaysor Smith's drug
Are you aware that II. T.
Estn brook hns more pictures,
a finer line of bookn, docs
more framing than all the
Anna in WeBtrn North Caro-
lina tocother. We do not
rtpread out our entire stock,
but can always show you
clean, freHh goodH in good
variety and latent styles at
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 22 South Main St.,
Is m Roing the rmin.li that the proper plucr to liuy your father, brother and beet yonng
mttn something nice for Christmas ia
MITCHELL'S, No. j8 Patton Avenue.
A large and elegant line nf neckwear, .Ilk umbrellas by Ihe thousand, kid gloves, silk muf
fler., silk hnnilcn hlrfa, alligator unit limey slipiirra, in tact every thing kept ia a first class
gents' furnLhing goods store.
F. E. MITCHELL,
Mcn'a Outfitter. ag Patton Ave.
LRW18 UAVIH'X, Prra
U. P. McLOCU, Vkt-Pres
. B. KANKIN. Cashier
DissCTos. :- Lewis Maddui. M.J. Bearden. M.J. Pagg.J. B. Rankin, J. B. Bay.J. 8. Rei.
. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, lhntt.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS.$2O,00O
State, Count and city Depository.
Does a General Ranking Business. Deposits rcce.Ted. Bachaagc bought and said. Co'..
lections made on all accessible points. The Having Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums In this department, depositrd for four moutna or longer. Interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loaas on real elate, which will be placed! r long time on real
Open from a. m. to S p. m. On Haturdays the Saving Department will be open till a p.m.
Buy Linaaey. Qulde
to W. It. c
. Price as
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 Haywood Street.
All WATER THORODUHLV FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty-live yean of practical esperlence. combined with ransonjki. attention to R d.
tails of the business and perfect arrangements far CLssuunaas and misirv of all gooda
manufactured, enable the proprtrtot to present to his Burner 00. patron, a superior etsss ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Dinger Ale and allthe various flavor, of 80UAWATRR ready for shipment and deHverrg
tree In Citv limits Out of town orders must have asroNaiat.a reference.
C H. CAWPBKLL.
THE HEALTHIEST PLAGE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In M gsraicwrui, renlful vale, nurranndcel wtlh pine
cosereel mounUilisn, aporhllngj ntrratti and tecaatt.
fill secnert, with Its) dry, hrarlng, helth-lMdcn air,
freedom from dnnt, mala- la or dcrtltltatlnsi esTeet,
Use neat of Kail and Winter cllmatea, with Ita titer,
tual waters flowing; Into marble pesola, Ihe moat Ina.
arloua and t'urallve hatha In Ihe world, lendeis to
he dehllllated, rhenmallc, raalarlona or aoaly anf.
rerer, aa well aaihe recreation seeker, Mealth.neat,
Pleasure, Home Comforta ard t'ncaeellcd Tahla at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Distance from A.hevllhi to Hut Mprlnga, 37 miles, Time ot trip,
I hour and H7 minutes.
8CHEDVLU OF TRAINS.
I .cave Aahevlllc for Hot Springs at 7:30 a m, :lrn m, and 7pm
Returning leave Hot Springs for Asheville at 7:37 a m, i'J-.M noon.
and 11:10 p a.
Cullman Palace Cars on all trains. Round trip tickets including
one day's board at the Mountain Park Hotel, 4.so.
SCHLIT'S NLWAUIEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Its Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the dty onr own Bottling Hanort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
THR LKADINO '
v WINE . AND . LIQUOR STORE .
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD KOOM.
..t.ao,uapT.a..,. I WO. -i3 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klht nilea South of Asheville, on the A. 4k s. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves. Beat tennis and croquet lawns.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Rulphur, Alum, Magnesia, Iron and Kueom. Those seeking health and pleasure ami
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Its healing waters.
E. A. LeVENE. ,
Aahevlllc. M. C.
Near Paaaenorer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maauraetarara aao woisra la au alads of Drtsssg
Door, Sash, Blinds, MovMIng. SUIrwork, Mantel, Bank
nd Bar Plxtnrea, and all kinds of Baltdlna; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a SnecialtV.
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