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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1890.
IN THEIR STOCKINGS.
WHAT PHOniNKNT AHllF.Vll..
(tome KemnrkuOle flirts), Itut .41.
iiiohI All of Them Hud an F.He
clal MlKiiillcmice In ts.mie Way,
The Citizks was abroad early ycster
tlny mnrniiiK and made the rounds just
utter Santa Clans put up his shutters tor
another voir. The stockings were well
Mayor Klniitoii pulleil out of his sub
stantial soek a package marked "Kc
nominated." He was as much pleased
as though it had been a brick block, but
he couldn't help wondering what kind ol
aprophet old Sick was, anyway.
liaeh one ol the aldet uieu had a card ill
his stocking marked, 'Neiiiciiiliertlicieo
pie when on vote."
I'osttmisu-r Cannon found a new
broom in his sock lu sweep out the l'ost
Slierill Reynolds found n warrant tor
the arrest ol'llie tlowiu, rippling slrcain
ordinarily ilcsiifiiitleil by the euphonious
name l-'retkli Ilroad. The iudclaiiable
sheriff' says he don't know what the
stream lias done, out that he will cl H
if he has to jju to Tennessee for it. He's
running after it now.
I;'. A. Hull, the artist, tobacconist, mu
sician, i;oi in his sock a whipping from
Mayor Itluntnn lor having displayed
in Cariuichad's wiudtiw a picture ol the
mayor looking lor immigration conven
tion deleatesilurin the bhard of last
week. The whippcr was taken into the
mayor's court this morning and that
presiding utiicer, alter heariiiL,' the evi
dence and hciu,;j shown the picture, said
the prisoner was jusiiticd in Ins cause.
luile I:. J. Aston was immensely lick
leil to lititj a package trom Santa Clans
marked "lor m.v old Irieud and school
mate." (Hi opi'iiim; the bundle he dis-
covcrcil to view a salctv bicvclc, a leuiiis
racket and a pair of dancing shoes.
There was also a bob sled lor him.
I. K. Patterson, J. K. Kich. Kciilicti Mc
Krayer ami a number of others li.iiiut a
new church in their socks. They arc all
firmly ol the Miel that it is the same
church and arc oiu.u I i dispose o the
duplicate, placing the muuiniii;; one at
the corner ol West College ami Spruce
S. K. Kepler found a nicely framed ami
handsomely ecciiied railroad commis
sion bill as one ol the Mirprisis awaiting
lor him. lie says thai hecaunow ship a
can ol sardines to itihutorc by the Ku-h-tuoud
autl I 'auville as cheap as he could
build a road ol his ow n.
J. li. 1'iekci sou, in his oilici.tl capacity
ol secretary anil treasurer ol tuc new
ek-etnc liuhl company, louml lour new
triangular lowers in liissi.,kiii;;. These
towers arc 1J.1 teel liiliuinl wuh sume
thiiiK. tleore S. I'owcll arose from las sluiu
Urs at about h.oi 'pai ll ice o'clock ami
on looking at his uieal sack totiud a deed
lorn new subdivision ol proK-riv, ad
looting the I'rcsbytn ian church. The
proinrtc will be cut up into has and
I lliel 01 i niia- iiairo was ui en a cope
toilil, piiilleil some
Forecast! till a
. fil. l-'rlctH.v
V. II. Marx returned last night trom n
visit to the north.
linn I-'. Siinimey, jr., is herefrom Char
lotte on a Xuius visit.
There were but five trials at the police
court this morning, three drunks and
disorderlies and two assaults,
Capt. T. W, 1'atton is steadily improv
ing, and his friends have every reason to
hope that he will soon be about again.
Last evening there was ipiitc an exhi
bition of lire works on the sipiare, but
such fun on the part of the buys is rather
a dangerous sport.
Ir. S. West ray Ilattle is exiected home
on Mondav. A cable message from him
advises that he was fortunate in secur
nig n small quantity ol the lymph.
The Boston Symphony Orchestral club
will give a chasie and elegant perlorm
ance at opera house to-night, anil the
house should be tilled with Asheville's
There was a very general closing up ol
the business houses vestcrdav, oulv the
lovstorisand the fireworks iieoplcirv
ing to dispose of what little was left over
Irom C hnsunas eve.
Rev. I. . . Hynl, the new immster ol
the Central Methodist Kpisoip.il church
sumh has reached here to take his new
charge. He is stopping wilh I-'. Slikc-
leather on Church street for the present
The Asheville Loan, construction and
improvement compaiiv has purchased
from R'tvui Kaiikm ami wile lt't acres
ol lauil in the i.orthwesl part ol the eitv
and near that coinpanv's iiroiieriv, lor
Business at the express ollice was iust
a hopping all day and the clerks had
scarcely lime to get a bile of Christmas
dinner. Hxtra wagons and a larger fore
hail to lie put oil to do the immense
amount ol work these unfortunate olli
cials are expected to do at this season
1 lie churches were not vcrv largclv at
tended vesu-rday owing to the wretched
weather. The Jvpiscopal church accord
ing to custom w is prettily decorated
with hollv and mistletoe. At the Meth
odisl chinch there was n Chrisimas tree
last evening lor the children of the Sun
ol the New
tunc i.-tsi year, c.ini. oiling ins pictuie as
one ol Lite must popular police olliecrs m
the I nileil Mali s.
The polici ini-M. all but one, found or
ders to keep oil the public square and
circulate nunc in tue outskiiis ol the
The college students who are home for
the holidays pn notes tiotn (hiirbest
girls telling ilieiu they could come.
Manager II iiigiitoii, ol the express
nilu-c received Iroin ihc kiugof Chrisimas
halt a docu miiks and three w.ig.iiis
wilh which to deliver the holiday mil's.
Col. W. li. Williamson, and W. W.Hal-;
nard. J. A. I'ortcr. and John Jordan, re
ceived lloliert lilies Wltfl llltriieliou
from St. Nick not to hurt llu-uixehes and
to oulv kill such birds as they could bit
They all went hunting in the nllcmoou
ami a cow was hit, but not fatally.
V.. II. Lewis, principal ol the Montford
avenue public school, received wedding
cards on winch 'us name apcarcd. He
lms siguilicd his intention to accept the
Collector Kullins received ill his little
stoe kinglet a letter trom a man who
"always did waul the major lolieeleeted
collector." The comiiiuuicatioii closed
with an affectionate request that the
writer lie reniinilicred in the collector's
"distribution ol government jobs."
Npnre A. T. .siiuiiiiev w as tohl by nlil
Santa that he made the best lax lister,
election registrar and justice of the acr
nun ne ii. in iouiiii mi l lie- House. I i la-
Mum also lilt .squire Nuuuicv a tin
Chiel Sawyer, of the lire department re
ceivrd news, m his stocking, that three
chimneys in the city had caught tire ami
were lull out without the alarm liciug
sounded or the liremeii King called nut
v.ierK j. 1,. luiney, of tlic suKrmr
court, utiil County Treasurer J. 1 1. Court
ney were gladdened bv the reception ol a
pair ol siloes, to In- divided lielwccii the
Keuisterol Heeils I.J. Mmkev win the
happiest man in thecoiiuty when he went
to Mis stocking lor lie louml a large
wealthy looking enveloiie there. Visions
ol bank notes flu led liefore his daleil
eves, but mi oin-iiing the letter lie found
a marriage license returned lor registra
J. H. Ilosiic found on the mantel a let
ter trom Shelby announcing that the so
ciety ol that village hail Im-vii shaken to
its very Inundation by a dog light on I la
the Highway. I he letter neglected to
nay w hich dog wliipcd.
Christmas dav was about as dull and
disagreeable as "nastv" weather eouh
make it. and as Asheville is not very ecle
hralcd lor good pavements locomotion
was ralaer ililticuit. II would not do the
town authorities any harm. and cost but
little to rcqiiiicihe storekeepers to shovel
on some ot tue surplus mud Irom ui trout
id their places ol business.
Asheville lieniocrat; Till-: Citii.n ol
I teets to the change ot the name
ol Academy slrctt to "Montford
avenue," and asks whence the name
came from anyway. It conic
trom laTil Moulloid. the lutein. il .ok is
lorid lion. Richmond IVa'-son, w ho is
out-ol the most ctiergt tic lieures in the
gr.md iiiiproveaients in uoillivvcst Ashe
ville. .Mi. W.dtei l 'tahain. sueriutcuili-ut ol
the lederal knthlin.-. met with quite a
paiuttil aecuieiit while liding home trom
rigeoil river ve--leiil.iy alteiilooii. I lv
ing to the had condition ol the roads his
horse slipK'l and a ll upon his right leg
spraining it qititeseiioalv. Mr. Itrahatn
is unable, and v lil be for several days, to
walk but piuekily wiut to his duties this
Man ia je license s have liccu issued to
the lohowing ii.iiplis: . . Hell and
Marv '.i .i lil. K. I'. Ihadlev aud Sallic K.
Mtaiik. J. II lacks., n ami M. li. Cole. It.
I'. .b i rell and lanina I 'rake. Ad. on I'at
l "ii :i ml I 'attic I ox, Thos. Barker and
Mollte Carson. Monroe I'.irliaiii ami
l.dinda Sin ler. A. 1 1. Stircrtall and Lulu
C. Miller, and to Jas. W. Ilammeltoii
aud H.ltlie I'lliland, eol.
A HI tl llSSH I. I-'AIK.
A I. AM lilv I.ANII mai.i;,
(ioui'lie'H I't-iik, Near TIiIh llt.
Hold I- or 1711,000,
The proiertv known us ('oiiehc'srcak.
and consisting of Ton acres has Ik-cii sold
hy W. T. Kcvmdds to Mr. li. II. Webster,
president of l-'anniiigton college near
Wiirrrn, (lino. The price paid was $ut)
This proicr!y is four miles from Ashe
ville and the view trom there is considered
to lie one ol the grandest around here
and one must strangers visit,
Mr. Webster is said to Ik- a very
wealthy man ami will no doubt greatly
improve this valuable prosrty.
IT IH Ml l l lCMHFt l
McnultH of 111 Inlrcllon or Itr.
Koch's) l. tnph In Anhevllle.
Thk Citizkn called on lir. von Kuck
yesterday to enquire ni to the success to
far of the now famous Kacli consump
tion cure, ns used by him a day or two
go In the cuae ol a South Carolina Imly
now under bis treatment. All the vmu-
tomi usual in connection witn tins reme
dy were fully derehqied in her ease, and
the effect was almost instintnncous. The
doctor ia verr saiiguine of the complete
sacceaa of the Injection, and will make
another, probably to-day.
Dr. von Kuck will make two more in
jection tbU afternoon, one on a Inilv for
codiu motion and a gentleman fur nrvn
oitia. Both pnticnta have been under
treatment here for three months.
Simmoni Liver Kegulator hni never
barn known to fail to curt all liver dia- j
Ahoul Mlxtv imiliirs Keiillzi-d b
lliv A hlltlrvn Hi llallvrv I'ark.
The children at the Hattery I'ark gave
a very unique and successful festival last
night in the ball room of the hotel and
reahed about iio, for the hem-fit of the
Mission hospital. Nearly all the hotel
guests were present and quite n number
ol eitv folks who braved the horrible
weather to aid in this good work.
The Mother (loose quadrille was under
the direction ol Miss Brooks, ol New
Vork, and was a quaint and stately
The following little children took part
Misses Mudclon Battle, I'lorenec and
Mildred kitson, lileanor Brown and Mnv
C renslia w and Masters S. Westruv Itnttle
tr.. Arthur Kitson, ohn Crenshaw and
Alter the dance the fancy nrtielea do
iiated were auctioned off in n very hnppv
maiiuer ny .Mr. John Child and n sub
stanlial sum rcalied trom the sale.
tirviil MuhIchI and HoclA-ly Kvenl
The Iloston Symphony Orchestral did
aps-ars at the Orand oiern house to
night in one ol their renowned concerts.
I he New Orleans Tunes-Democrat savs
"The celebrated Boston Symphony Or-
.a.......l : Vr ,!..;..
mean,,, eiiio, will, on lirniy Ol Ulstin'
guisiied artists, played Us programme
Willi exquivtc iiuisii ami irrcnroacluib e
iimcwlilc. rhey played ns one man on a
single iiistriiiucul ot many tones mill
shadings. 1 heir rendering of the two
serenades was iiicouiparalilv brilliant
KiiIkIiIm Templar omcA'ra,
I he annual election ni tyrcne com'
iiiaiuliry No. d, K. T., was held Inst
night. I'ollowing are the new officer
A, II, Cobb, li, C: I. A. Wnuuer. (.: II
C. l-ngg, C. ('..if.. II. Itell, I'rehite; W. I',
Knudolph, S. V.; . A. Wills, I, W.i C. II
Miller. S.i K. K. I'orler. T. The initia
tion will take place on St. John's night
Who are at the Jfotcla Tbat Von
Mav Not Know.
SHviiinaiioa: C. J. Moore, Knoxville,
Tcun.; II. N. Warren, Suit Luke City,
I'tab; M. L. Kudisill, Hot Springs, Ark.;
Prank Fortune, Salisbury, N. C; Oeo
II. Anderson, Boston, Mass.; John C
Ihirliam, Baltimore; Miss la Van Dvck
Mr. and Mrs. DeSeve, Messrs. Oehliiey
Rueciuov. l'oltmnnn. Stoelzcr. Drcihrodt
Wcbiier, Mux Bachert, nianagcr, Boston
Jn'inphony Orclicstriil club,
(Iranil Central: Miss lilla Leech, Va
II. F. Biirgin, N. C.j II. C. Willanl
"1'enrl Mclvin Co.;" Thos. M. Carter
Knoxville; W. B. Sutton, Richmond: T,
B. Small, Ohio; T. V. Moore, S. C; J. I
Leonard, J, J. Fuulsotn. J. R.Cobb, W. R
Israel, Koh llolderbv, t. F. Shepimrd, (5
W. Cundlcr, X. C; M. L. Kudisill, Hot
Springs, Ark.; C. I. I.nncv, Mo,; Chus
li. Oyott, N. V.; 0. F. Youiik, N. C.
IttitUry I'urk :. L. Watts, Coliim
bin ; W. II. Barker, Mrs. IHirvea, Miss
Halybtirtou, T. K. Hitchcock. II. L). Hit
ven, O. Kiulliceh, Mrs. W. II. Davis, Sew
ork; 1. H. Stewart, Shebnaii Stewart
N.J.;kichard Sharge, London; V, I.
Ihullev, Nashville; J. A. Billings, II. II
Wheeler, Brooklyn ; Mrs. M. C. Milikrn
Baltimore; N. P. 1 hum v ant, W. A, Iun-
avautand wile, (). II. I'iier and wile
Memphis; Miss Rogers, Miss Hcuhricc
Liverpool ; Miss Fowler. Kv.; Miss Frn
cr, Memphis; S. 11. Duuavant, Miss I.
(Jcii Rock: Miss L. A. Hall, Tryon
City; S. II. Itromldus, Blue Springs, Mo
Mrs. Anna Clodlelter, Salisbury, N. C
Thomas Jarrett, Biiiicoinbe, N. C; T. H.
Moore, lllacksbiirg, S. C; ('. L. Moore.
Clifton, S. C; R. lallerson, Mrs
II. Patterson. Miss Maggie Mclinvin,
Miss Alice Mclinvin; Miss Blanch Patter
son. Miss Fannie Patterson, Miss l-.vu
Patterson, Master Houston Patterson
Nellie Patterson. I'm n k Patterson, Miss
Malta Willis Patterson, Cumlierlaiid
For Xniiis I'ri'Ni'iitNior Kh-
dies pi to
Rnysor & SmithV.
For Xiii.ih rrcMPiil for
Kaysor & Sinith'w.
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT CO.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $;j(K),()(K).
OEO. S. POWELL, resident and (Jen. .Mitiiiipv.
W. W. HAKXAKI), Ti-Piisiiicr.
Huiiril of Directors: Kirhnioml I't'iirsoii, .1. K. Uniikiii,
T. II. Cobb, J. S. Adiinis, (!po. S. I'owpII.
C O A L.;
Celebrated Jeliico unci
IlcNt Anthracite Coal.
WJIOLKSALK AM) UHTAIL.
("OKI; IN ('Alt LOAD LOTS.
MAXrF.UTUKKItS AXD DIOALKKS IN ll'K.
AtKhcville Ice & Coal Company.
No. so Patton Avenue.
:A PRIVATE TIP
Is now K"'"K the ruunils that the iruicr place to buy your father, brother sod licit yonan
mini suim-tlling nice fur Christmas Is
miTCHI-XlVS, No. a8 Patton Atciiuc.
A Iimrc unit clexant Hue of neckwear, silk umbrella, by the thousand, kill (love., .ilk muf
fler., silk hiintli-rihlrfs, nllltiator and Iniu-y slipr. In fact every thine kept tn It rut elasa
gt-nta' furnl.liliiK Kimtls store.
F. E. MITCHELL.
Men's Outfitter. 9g Parian Ae.
LIIW18 MAIHIUX. I'm
lllCToi:-Iwl Mnilriui, M.I. Heanlrn
8. H. Kttil. Uu. 8. I'l
L. I'. Mcl.OUB. Vlee-fm . B. RANKIN. Caafek-r
M. I. Paaa. I. K. Uankln I. B Saw. I. H B..i
owcll, C. M. McLoud.
I'(r Xiihis I'rospiits for tin
! iris. Hoys or Litt lt'l'liildivn
Raysor A: Smiths.
DKl'UOINTN, 31 Patton Ave
JI SICAI. IN'KTKrCTIIIN.
Instnietton Klven In InHlriinientiil nnrl Vo.
111 mush- Itv
MISS I'l.llMA I). WltlTl.llCK.
I'd dJl 2ti Wooiltin St., A.hevilli-, X. C
Su simple vet always cllieaeious in nil
iniious oisorocis is nimiuoiis i.ivcr Keuu
thf Wauled to lease n brick biiihlinu
lit 1 .",11 f,,r liv nr ten veurs. I'nr itln,,.
unit sK-cilications impure nt
(lecj:iii:a thk ahiikvii.i.k Siiiik Cii.
Note the followinii at I.nw's: ! casks
of decorated chinn dinner sets nt 9 2&
nud -'M per set worth $:. The limit
nesc deimrimcnt is hcinii closed out for
Kih, tiooiis marked way down.
(lurn. to, 10, lo.uo, HOnnil ot) cent
Tables ore worthv ol ntlention. Art
mioks and iKioklets, children s books,
blocks nud dolls. G7, CD and 01 south
MrClnreminit, this plncc, formerly
occupied uy .virs. n. v.. Hunt, is now
rendv for Kuests, Mnny improvements,
telephone, but lis, etc., nenr South Main
street. Address Miss Hrohun.
Indox to Mow AdveiHsMsnianls.
Noticb B. M. tone.
Kh-.ii Thih J. N. Mai-gnn C.
Opkha llniini Unit) wln-MflTlllf Co.
LVTOCKHOI.TtHM MRttTIHO n. M.JnOM.
M(JiicLlntTiiuCTiui-Mif Flora Whltlock
TVOTICIi 1)1' MliKTINi.
Thr nnnnnl mtt tinii of ihe Uh khnlflrn
llir AMht-villr I.'iiht iiml PtwrrCoiniAn v will
Ik hrltl ill thi- ortnf t( Ihc comiunjr In thr
at nf A he v. lie, nrth Carollnn. on the lth
tiny of Innuitrv. Iniii, nt It oVIm-lt n. m. Ir
the eUvtltin til the liuftril of ilirrctora anil thr
triinn-tltn of uch humneiiii n niny or
bruiiuhl Itrfttrcit. II M. IONHH.
drt 2 diet Secretary ami Trrntuircr.
Vri.K OF MKHTIN;
Ol' STOCK HOMiHKH
The fTtttilnr nnnnnl mrrtmtc the ittn k
holih-ni i if the Auhrvllle Mlreet Knllwny Cum
punv will ttr Iteltl nt the office of the citmpn
ny in the city of Aihrvillc. North Cnroltnn,
tm the 14th day of Jnnunry. lrtui. nt It
n'clm k a. m lor thr rlectiun of a board f nt
rrttorn and triinniietinn nf much other hunt
neaa n may lie lirnuiflit befure it.
H. M. IONKA,
det-sndlitt hec. and Treaa.
A few very dtalralilr wooded tiuildlnic ultra
near thr pruioart atreet ear line. In tota of
one acre nind upward, tirar Carrier's hotel
ut huljiliur Hprintta. Apply to
detUodlfw Weal Anhrvltle,
E. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER
Also sraillnii of all kinds done. All onlers
priimptly nihil and wurk ttuiirnntrrd. Can
Ik fuuml al .11 times at (iraham's Cotton
HnvhiM sold mjr stock of UriH-crlrs, etc.. to
Messrs. Haitffrr At Itnltlmin, I take tht. op
IHirtunlty of thanking mv customers fur
their klmlness In imtrunlilnff me and ask for
a continuance of the same with the new nrm
II. II. WIMJIIWAKII.
We havr purchased Mr, WuiHlward'srntlrc
stock of OriHTilea, anil will continue to di
husiness at tke old stand, No, 07 North Main
slrret, and will lw ulcnscd to sec his custom
We will keep full stork and guarantee
satisfaction to thus, who deal with us.
Bollrttlnc jour patronage, we remain,
BADOBR at RnUIStlN,
All goods dellvtred promptly, fret of charge.
Tho conipany owhn about six IhiikIimmI iwivh of (In rilH'Ht
buildintrand ninniiftiHurinfrHitt'S in Hie eitv. Tliis Ihih Telephone No. 36 and 40.
necn bcautifu v Itut out into lotn. mans ot which can
had on application. Special intlHccincnls are being
offered to a limited number of persons who will erect first-
class residences at once. The demand for this property
has been unprecedented in the history of Asheville real es
tate, and its success as the popular residence part of tin
city has already been assured.
This properly is now being laid out with broad avenues,
with pa veil gutters and shade trees on each side. Water,
1 t . , .1 iii
sewer aim eieciric streei runway running i nnamn i neproii-
erry. ran ami lake sites have neeii en at convenient (lis
tances througli the property and a complete water ami
sewer plan lms been adopted so as to give the very best
sanitary results. .Somen! the views t had Iron, points CAPITAL, $50,XX). SU RPLUS.20,(KK
on this properly are
UnKuroasKVfl in Western North Carolina,
iiil lli.it almost means t he world.
The property is reached from the center of Asheville by
the best grades lending out of the city. The street car line
j I I 1 .11 la
just tiecnieii tm, ami running tan iiaywooo, .cailemv ami
.Miiiiii'iT.v si reel s, a instance oi one ami a nan miles, has a
maximum grade of seven per cent., ami Ihat for oulv
about four hundred feet.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May 1st. 1HHM.
State, County aud City Depository.
tiocs a General llsnkinii lluslness. Deposits received. Biehangr bought and Mid, tl
lection, ma.le on all aeecsailile points. The Raeing Feature will revet aiieclal attcnUta.
On all sums in this drpartment, deposited for four niimth. or longer. Interest at ta ratt
of iter cent, per annum will he paid.
Hpectal attention gimi to loans on real estate, which will be placed for long time oa real
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On ttaturdajra the Ha Ting llenaetmrat will hennca till a u. n.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
117 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROIUHLV FILTERED on the PrcMlsts,
So, taken allogether, (here are probably no investments
in the South that promise belter ret urns than these.
I'or other inl'orma tit ai apply to
Geo. S. Powell. Pre.,
AttHICVILLi:, n. c.
VI 1 1 1 I II 1'. e'..! I . 1 . , . . 1 a t . . .
wiiht hi 1 tmeii vx minicr tiurt ruiiiiireami rauoit .v
m. r. nt ".rniiw nrin inn kiimitnnr. li rorrrt't an tintnunilrtl riirtmr nnnnnn.wM I
that it tutu never hrrn thr inUnt.nn to tunkr It n Snnntuhum. To thr cotitrnr It will
l romluctrd Mrk-tly n n nrtlitn hotrl mitt idrnl rrwort. A milr and hnll Irom thr
Ahrvillr ft tort houar. out Mii'n Atrrrt, nml tllm-tly nt llfltmorr Htntlon. A uuthrm en
poMiirr ami thr moat rttt-nivr vlvw near At.licv.llr. tivrrlntiku both the Frrnch Hroad and
Swnnnnnm Vnllrvn, anil thr nnrk ot Mr. Vnntlrrltllt. Haoms arr r unuiual ! m,r, anri
Kht, with InrK' rloM'tn Thirty livr Multm of romti with nrivntc bnthR. Irrfrrt yiitrmot I
riuininnK, iirntinK " niinnitm. i i or ojscncu eariy in ints vominn fcnruary, inui.
Twenty-ftrr yrnra ol prnrtlral eaiiertrnce. comhlnrd with rRRftONAL attrntbui to nil Hi.
tail of thr bua.nrM and perfrrt rntnurmrnta far CLiANi.inaM and rnttrv of all rood
manufactured, rnalilr the proprirtot to prmrat to hia numrroui natroMa a au perl or daaa ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
tlinger Ale and alllthe earloas daeora of KOIIAIWATRR ready for ahlpmenl aad deHecml
free In Ctt j limit, Oat of town order, mast bare .fokmbls Rtcrcara.
C. H. CAMPBKI.L.
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPItlNGS, N. C.
HROWNIXU, M. D.,
Coket Coke! Coke!:
I have arrranged to keep a supply of good
COKR. suitable for burning in I'I KNACKH,
8T0VHH, RANOKH, Ac., either nlone or mix
ed with hard coal.
NO HMOkH. Olvcs INTUNHH
Price per ton Delivered
Cut anil Hpllt for Nluvi-s and Hirrplai-ca,
ASHEVILLE WOOO YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
OfHce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TKI.HI'IIONB NO. l.
Yard nrnr freight ieKt. Telephone No. 7:1
KEVELA, & WAGNER,
Hucrraaora to Kopp l.trhtenbcricrr,
SUGAR AT REFINERT PRICE
Coffer, roasted on Ihe premises rinlljr, and
ground for every customer.
Pull Line of Table Supplies),
Pre. drllverv. A hill line of Peed, furnished
at wnuirsaic prices,
8 PATTON AYKNCIt.
Tctcp one No. SO.
MRS. BRUCE H.JONES,
f New Vork. Teacher In
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINTING,
i Studio No. 7 Jcffltrsoa Drive.
Mending of china h firing, and old china
1 manuiartur my own gold and
I of the famous "WllkU" was.
have a hltn of th fkmoita Hwiiku
Orders for work promptly caeciilad.
If vnu do ron will he aware of lhriaet, we
beep the heat goods for Ihe least money.
C. 0. BLANTON & CO.
AHHKVILLK, N. C. .
Dr. II. F. Arlington,
In a peaceful, realfnl ale, aarreamclecl wilh pine
covered monulalna), apurkllntt atreanta and bcaull.
fnlacenerv.wllblladry, brarlna;, he-llta-laidca air,
lredora from dust, malaria or debilitating; effect.
Use beat of Fall and winter cllmalra, wllb Ita Iher.
ntal walera flowing: Into marble poo la, be moat lax.
nrlouaand curative batha In Ibe world, lender to
be debilitated, rbcnmatlc, malarlona or coaly auf.
rerer, aa well aaibe recreation aeeker, Health, Beat,
ricaaurc, Monte Coasfona a"d I'nexcelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Instance from Aahcvllui tu Hot Springs, 37 miles. Tim. of trip,
I hour and 87 mlnutea.
8CHKDULK OP TRAINS.
Uav Asheville mr Hoi Spring, al 7:30 a m, 4:2v p m, aad 7 p m
Returning leave Hot Rprl.g. for Asheville at 7:37 a m, 13; lift aooa,
and 11:10 pm.
Pullman Palace Cars on all trains. Round trip tlekcts including
one day's board at the Mountain I'ark Hotel, a4.so.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Ita Parity.
v iirnvcr 10 an paria or the city our own Bottling Kiport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
tlur brer la knit at umiwriiiuf nf ui a.. . . .
all lime Tllli TRAtlliVifppijRI. HRtiM " " mnK" "
THK I.KADINU '
WINE . AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND IIILI.IARD ROOM.
I ilA A n am ft a a a as as as lana.... ... -
f. 4. toi arht, M-m't. IHU. 4J S. MAIN 51.. ASHtVILLL I. C
MKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Uljrht .mica Mouth or Aghcvllle, on the A. Jk S. Railroad.
New hotels, acw cottages, new furniture, beautiful graves, neat t.ni. ..rf 1
48 MINERAL SPRING
WhlU Ituliihur. Alum. M.....I. u.7T.-l SST.Tr' . .
ItU. l 1 7 I. . . .',. "v.iag aeaim ana pieasura and
iTiBt,iriun,IUlIIlijrenitIurOH. visit isis pleasant resort aad drlak of l. k..n..
It , a , I ' Tmh. te...M.u.
u niier line 01 dookb, uwh "'
more frnminn: than all tho E. A. LeVENE.
nrms in woHtfirn INorthCnni. 'imau Manasrer.
una totrotlior. We do nnf r
I'illitig teeth a aneriallv. alan irrailH 11..
easrii gums, nml all illarnsra ertalMng to
the ilrntal alrueture. fifllrs rooms on rat
ion avenue, over Ravsor a Smith', dm.
Are you awaro t hat II. T.
spread out our entire ntock, A"hT.ii. n. c.
1 a. i 'I n sra ss
utii can u wavH snow vim
(loan, frcHh koo1h in orooil
variety and latoBt stylon at
proof at 22 Houth Mnin Ht
Near Paaaensrcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO,
Watnaiaaassavaa mA tu.U t t '
aasarii-i asa ail aislOa M VTB99t
Door, Saab, Bllnda, noaldlnrrt. BUIrwork, Mantel. Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all klnda of BniMiao- as.si.i
iW.klVW&riW Lier Work a Socrfalty.