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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1890.
THAT SPECIAL TAX LIST,
BOMB COMMENTS ON "THE
What Mr. E.J. Anton Thlulca ot II
City Attorney Cobb' Idena
Mr. Miller la Oppoued to ho
Many special Taxea.
Tiih Citizen of last Sntunliiy con
tamed an article on "The Special Tax
List," which is creating much comment
The writer seems to have hit upon a sub
ject not (generally thought of except
by those directly interested, but one
which everv citizen has a very decided
opinion upon when it is brought to his
notice. At least, so it apjieaml to Tin-:
Citizkn, when, to-dav, il interviewed
several leading men of the city,
Mr, E.J, Aston was seen at his olliee
He spoke with his characteristic blunt
ness and force, and was emphatic in his
condemnation of the Seei,'il tax list
i lie article reierreti to, lie saul, "is a
most sensible one, and 1 eutlorsi
the spirit of it heartily. The indis
criminate taxing of trades ami otcupa
lions is iniquitous. It is puttiii); a pre
mium on tramps. A mail can conic here
and hniiK around the streets ami not a
word is said. Hut as soon as niimne
wishes to K" into a business which
will add to Asheville's jjiowtli
and prosiierity, he is made to pay a
S)ccial tax before he can carry on his bus
iness. Take, for instance, the insurance
business. If the companies are made to
pay a SKvial tax they must put up Hie
rate of iiiMirauee. That is sure to lie I lie
result ill every business of like nature.
With hoarding houses it is the same way
It would lie belter if the city could put a
premium on yood lut.-trtlinir houses, lor
thev lend their tpiota in making the rep
utation of the city.
"When I was mayor I did all I could
HR.iinst taxinj; specially the businesses ol
Ashcville except, of course, those which
are legitimate subjects lur taxation. Am
Klad Tilt: Cn iii.N has taken up the mat
tcr. Let the yood work no on."
City Attorney Cobb, in defence of the
Siecial tax list, said: "The hc.il.uiiic
at its session ol IsSSt ameuded the char
ter ol the city of. tsheville. cnlaipny the
power ol the board of alilermru to lew
Ssxial taxes. This was ratified in
March, ISM'.l, lielinc the new board
was elected. I he revenue is ab
solutely imiisiiensniiie to the con
duct of the city pireiuiiieiit. The
maximum r.-uc o! inH-i tv lax is lived
bv the charter, and alilioui-h the valua
tion ofprojcrly maymcatlyiucicase, the
city can do nothing nunc thanaecept tile
nssessnient as made by the board of as
sessors who arc appointed bv the county
commissioners. The charter ol the citv
rcipiircsthat the assessment made by the
county lie accepted as its own valuation.
anil on that has the city iiiust rely lor
Villi TKOI III. H IS. KIWI. I SIt ll! IS TAXI II
I IX A 1-1 VC VIWKs ol.ll VAI.I ATIHN.
City Clerk Miller had read the article in
Tiih Citikx, nmlsaiil that he had alw ays
lieeii opposeil to sjuvial taxes, except
where absolutely meess.irv. "Hut in
this case," he said, "there is iinthiii to
do but levy a snvial tax, Ucausc the
citv must net tin- revenue Irom some
source and it cannot increase the prop,
erty valuation. The valuation ol prop
erty is made by a board ol assessors,
who make a new assessment every live
vears. We are now collcci!ni taxes on
priicrty, the tax valuatioi. of winch is
no urealer than it w is live yeais ai;o.
In some casts the proicrtv has incrc.isecl
ill value l.oou kt cent. I yet the cily
receives no more tax from it' than it ibil
when the assessment was made.
"There will be a new assessment next
sprinj;, and I would lie lilad to sec the
valuation ot proiierty so increased as to
admit of the sinking out ot a rcnl
many ol the items in the special laic list.
The iimoiint ol proinrty tax collected is
about S Ki.iliin. This of itself is insuili
cient to carry on the business ot the citv
government. The income from SK.ial
taxes is Irom !?,iiiiii in M.ihmi. I he
maximiiiu rate ol proKrty taxation is
lixeil by the citv charter at $1 on everv
$1110, which is now the rate. This is
exclusive of a school tax of an cents.
"I would la" irlad to see' a niimUr of
the items in the list stricken out, but as
the matter stands I do not see thai it
call he done."
Forecaat till 8 a. in. Wednesday
Warmer lulri wind hIiIIHIuk to
Mr. E. V. Ilurkliolder is still improv
ing. Collector Rollins has gone to Washing
ton on business,
Major 1). A. ltlaekwell, of niiivkwcll'i
Springs, is in the city to-day.
Internal revenue sales at the office here
yesterday amounted to $1,372.1)0.
A disagreeable feature of the perfor
mance at the Grand last night was the
long waits Del ween nets.
Cripple Creek furnished a case in the
Mayor's court this morning n light-
ami the line was $0 each tor both.
Frank A. Mamrick, of Tun Citikn
composing room, Iell to-dav lor a lew
(lavs' visit to his old home lit Shelby.
Miss Annie ttowau, who has liccn
leaching music 111 Asheyille forsomctimc
is at home lor the holidays. Salisbury
Mrs. II. lleiuilou gave a very pleasant
reception at I'r. Unities last evening
very en iiyable lime was spent by those
I her b iends present.
The Iraining lor the windows ol tin
government building has been put 111
place, and brieklaviin is now progress
nig rapidly on the buildi ig.
Mr. Jumbo Jiwetl, a genllemau ol
gigantic proportions according t 1 his
portrait, has arrived in Asheville, and is
now ipiat ti red in bis tent al the corner
ol ration avenue and llatwood street.
Mr. Howell Cohh, who is In succeed
Mr. K. Knwls as pioprielor of the
;w annauoa hotel, arrived in the cily this
morion;, lie will assume cliniue ol the
ipse l inuarv 1st. No cbaiiue will lie
maiieat present in I he clerical lorce. Mr.
I . . rostell reluming his position as
All nu nibn anil fiieiids of ihe Chris
ti.111 ctiurch aic coiihally invileil to
all ml "services next Thursday evening
at 7. Ho. It is ti e ilesire of those- inter
esttil to establish regular and ircrinaticiit
uuvtii.gs as will as needful wink. I'.
A 1 tli nr. o Angola, Iud will addtess the
J.O. Iloweli Head,
A telegram just received announces the
hatha! I.e'tilvale, Tennessee, of lames
1). Howell, a mil-known nieicliiut
and hiisimss man of Ashcville. Cause of
death, heart disease.
TO IMPROVE THE SCHOOLS.
THE MWKIATION OrcOVNTV
Hunerlntendent Way Returns
From life Raleigh Meeting? and
Tell "Ttee Clllcen" what Waa
Mr. C. B. Way, Buncombe's superin
tendent of schools, has returned from
Knleigh, where he had been nttendingthe
meeting of the "association of county
siix'riutcndcnt8," which met in that city
December 20. Mr. Way was seen by
Tiik Cn iKN and gave an outline of the
work done by the body.
President Koyal and H goodly number
of stiierintcndents were present. Har
mony, enthusiasm and earnestness pre
vailed during the meeting. Among the
more important recommendations made
to the general assembly were the follow
ing: To increase the school tax to 3,ri
cents on the $tilll worth of property;
asKiug mat noiiy to pass such laws ns
their wisdom can advise to secure the at
tendance 111 the public ur other
proiH'i schools of all the chil
dren in the state between the
ages of ten and eighteen, this not to
interfere with the right ol nil l.
twern six and twenty-one years to
attend, as at present. These were
lured by Mr. Wnv. A pro
position to establish a trainine school
lor teachers, male and Icmule, somewhere
in the state, wasollcred by Mr. Clements
il Wake; to Inive but one school com
mitteeman in each school district where
there is onlv one school hotiw- Iml
county boards of education may npiHiint
th ce. il thev deem it I rest: rciiui'riiiu state
su'x'i iiifeuilcuts to send out all examina
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT CO
PAID UP CAPITAL, $300,000.
GEO. S. POWELL, President and Gen. Maunder.
W. W. 1UKNARD, Treasurer
Hoard of Directors: Iliolummd I'enrson, .1. E. lttinkin
T. II. I'olib. J. S. Adams, Geo. S. Powell.
"Tin; t.iKi. i.ovi:
Tlic" feurl Mt-ltllle t'oftipani ill
inel.raud I.hhI Nlulit.
i ne i can .Melville comedy comp iiiv
oKiicd its week engagement at the
t '.rand opera house Inst evening in "The
Who lire iilllie Ilolt-IH Tliul lim
la .ui Know.
I:.iitcr v fink . William I'-illettc, New
Voik; I-'. . Arnold, llarilord. Conn.
i-lt ii A'oi A , K. I'. liilitirr, Waynesville;
II. A. Kussell. I'hiladelpltia. I.. P. Wynn.
Kuowillc: W. V. lames, Salishurv:
W. . frmnaii Texas: . C. Ilvse, t'.as-
toma: p. vi . .Mel. iiiinugn, lloustoii.
lex is. . V. .-rr and wile. Sr. niton
I'a :J. I'. Ikiiiul. T.diiott, Tcuii.; W. S
kmc, vt niiesiiurg, I cuii. : Mis . S.
ai.ee, I h.itt.inoog.i ; Miss Jennie I'at-
rtek, I gvaua, iihio, I tank Slaiisell
Chaltanooiia, Tvim : T. 1 Wright
Charleston, S. C.
,i:unl Lvntr.il: J.J. Iluraett. 1 H-l kin.
Tcim.; II. J. K-.idwick. Kuoxville. Temi.;
(i. II. iiall.iher. Sweetwater, leiin.; W.
i. Coininng. Miss Mamie I'iugii.
Mrs. I'crkms, Moruantoti. X. C; II. A.
Kickett. .Murphy. X. C; K. 1.. U-.ither-wood,
lliysi u Citv. X. C, J. J. Hooker.
Webster. X. C: II. S. Maun ,C. S. Thomp
son. J. II. ChamUm. X. C.': S. T. Illaik-
nian, j. II. I.lilridge. S. i. lildridge. U,
II. (.antrell, Hn'tis I'lilinaii. I.audrunis.
. L.: t.eo. I-. Iiuvle, i.oliiiiibia, S. C;
las. K. 1 nomas. hit tier, X, C.
.Savinn.-iaon Mr. and Mrs. Frank
llavs. Miss Ilessic Allen, C. W. Smith.
Ibh.hrsonville. V. R, rartiidge, J. II.
i.ibsbiir: John K. Iloyl, Miss II.
Ijov t. Miss M. Iloyi, Kiigudinr; S. I.
I'reniom, Augusta, Ci.; Sol. Stem
miiioii Mem. New Vork; Harry Clark.
Philadelphia; Howell Cobb, Master
.Marion lolid, Noun Carolina: J. -
Miare. .New oik. II. U. Seymour, k-i.t .
laml, t.; Henry C. Iluiue. kaleiL-h:
i-ient-rieK r, v. lllstloim, IVIIver, Col
Allen II. lines. Jamestown. Ohio.
Th company owns about six humlrnl acres of ( he Hnest
huildine and inanufacturinir sites in the city. This has
iikcii neantiniii.v laid our into lots, maps ol which can
he had on application. Special inducenienis are heiritf
offered to a limited number of h'hoiin who will erect tirst-
clasR residences at once. The demand for this iiroiiertv
has hetui unpitt'edeiited in the history of Ashcville real es
tate, and its success as the popular residence part of the
city has already been assured.
This property is now heinjj: laid out with broad avenues.
with pa ved gutters and shade trees on each side. Water,
sewer and electric street railway running th rough the prop
erty. Park and lake sites have been left ait convenient dis
tances through the proierty and a complete water and
sewer plan has hoen adopted so as ti give the very best
sanitary results. .Some of the views to be had from points
on this property are
UnHurpastied in WcNteni North Carolina,
and that almost means the world.
i ne projK'rty is reached from the center of Ashcville by
the best grades leading out of the city. The st reet car line
just decided on, and running out Haywood, Academy and
lions, teachers having three year eertili-
ales to lie reipuml to attend teachers
institutes as all other teachers air:
county boards of education to have n
seal and county sillsrintendent to affix
same to all orders tor money ; nllcounty
boards of education to reserve a part of
tile wnoie scnooi iiiiiii ol tne county. De
li ire apiHii tioiinirut, to aid weak districts
in building school houses.
The association of citv siiiterinteudents,
on invitation, intended theafternoonand
evening session, and lidded much to the
interest dl the occasion, and the ability
ot the discussion. The executive com
mittee ol the Teachers' assembly tendered
the association n separate day, at the
in xt meeting at Morehead citv, to Ik
known ns "County siiieriutcndents'
day," which was accepted.
State Suiierinten-leut l-inger kindlv
gave the use of nis ollice for the meeting,
and remained with the association
throughout all its sessions. His wise
counsels wen" of great value.
Itlttie.tnilH M .kt.lt. f,. ....... aa.ut I
f the lllue Kiilge represented. Mr. Wnv MlllberrV Streets, il. illKtimi-e of onu mwl n I., .If s.,it.,u I,.,., ..
thinks that lM,r,l ,.f M,u-nt.n .h il " ' n. nan l
r;!n!d7"" I"'" w 'dthat for only
O A L .i
Celebrated Jellico and
Bent Anthracite Coal,
WHOLESALE AM) HETAIL.
COKE IN OA It LOAD LOTS. "
MANUEACTUUEKS AND DEALERS IN ICE.
AHhevillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 mid 40. No. 30 Patton Arenne.
NOTICK-The Kentlwnrttl Inn Ciiniliiinv. In i'nrri.rl mm Mf,...n.l.l
that U has never liern the Intention tu itinke It a Hnnitlorlnm. To the contrary. It win
l ,oniluct.i1.lrii.tl.vu.nrirstH'lii.. hotel still iilrslrriuirt. a mile and hall from Ihr
AshevMIr court house, uut Ma's strert, nnd illrcetly nt lllltmore Station. A southern es
pusure anil the most extensive view near Asheville. Overlooks both the Prrneh Hroad nml
Swniinannii nllrys, ami the pnrk of Mr. Vandrrltilt. H us nrr of unusual ie, airy anit
Iwhi. with; nrKeelosels. Thirtv-Hve suites nl niimii with private baths. I'erftet .v.lrn, ..;
-luiniilnif, lliutlllK mill Vrntllntiun. To Ik ournrd rarlv in lhi n,nln. f.l,r...r. u,
WAI.TKK C. BROWNIftU, M. 0
LIIWI8 MAIIUtlX. frei
L. I. Mcl.(il. Vlcr-Prcs.
I. B. KANKIN. Cashier
III HIKHH MITH'IM
With many thanks to nil lor their kind
lavors dining all this year, I shall in
deavor to deserve a continuance ol ilu-
same and (tin now ready lor Ism I with
liirl I I.ove." A very good house was I .,,-.., iv ..,,!,., 1 i,.. ,i. t..-
, .. ,, , ... '-.-- I--"
.on, 1010 was generally pica sen with the aim oispmvtiig new goods.
lierformnikr. The larger portion of t la-
cast, was linen ny actors wh
were here with the llahlwiu the
nirc couiiiauv soiuv weeks ago.
Miss l'enrl Melville played the part ol
"Polly" very cleverly, and Mr. Hester in
tne nouiile role ot "Jacob Strauss" mid
"Chns. Somers," a negro, did lair work
until he attempted 11 song, which was in
differently rendered. The acting ol Mr.
l.outs A. .Malili. as "reter tirump," the
Inwyer, pleased the audience ittimens.lv
He is a eoiiirdiiin ol no mean ability.
Miss Stevens us "Mary Marshall." mid
Air. 1. Vi. Johnson, as "Waller Kaincy,
010 gooo WOI K.
..7. ."'.I and 111
S. Main St.
.luilvx in New Al(-rllH-iiieiiiH.
t.osr Tills otticc.
W sri:n-l'his ulliee.
Wastmi-i; W I'nur
lc.Al.ls.i-,Mrs II. 1; Wnlk
Nin u 1: Sin, MhiiMt'l-s' inrt Initf
W asrsii l irsi N11 1 1. .1 11,111k
W'isiHi. yti Miiith Mnin slns-t
Konus mm kr-Th llnllrr ilml
T t. Suitu.V Co Ihmkii.iiik ilriutsisl.
i lt nt. n Mittde yiMiittf rtu
The companv npiictir t)-nitit in the rtr" ifwinan, iiuit-h at hnurrtn
ihtar, eouieiiv-driima, "Lynwood." "'Allt.ir.t.n.r.I'iXTr'lirn.''.',
THIJ LVMPH AT WMK.
ir. -von Huck Ver 11 opt-In I of
1 nereis irooaoty no ouster man III
Ashcville to-day than Dr. Karl von Kuck
ol the Winynh sanitarium. The diet oj
his having procured a supply of the now
famous Dr. Koch's lymph, has caused
him to be besieged with applications for
The Doctor now hni three cases under
lilt Kocn trciitniciHT' and snys that nl
though the reaction has been aliuht in
each case, he has every reason to be
I omrs'lent. n-lliilil nmn. m.Mnl k,..l.
hiirm trr miNTtemr nml ennuilv. Mu.l Im-
nsiirr snu oot
nplillenlltins niil.t Is- in wrilln lallni(
...nouiii ., mtumry rxia-eien anil rnclosluii
,. rptitn mrnnirn
. IHMillllllUillS In lirroa will ! Pi,nl.l.
TIIK I'lKHT NATIONAL HANK
drr.1lhl.lt in Ashevllkr.
UKEF JUICE !
1 it 1 To
Raymir & Smith',
U I '.it ton Ave.
UNBORN K' PATIiNT
MEAT JUICE PRESSES.
Ami iimki' your own Mi'iit
"luii c pvi-ry (Iny, wlii-n yon
Will lliivr fivs.li ilml ,l,.j.
nhout four IiiiiiiIiimI fin't,
So, tiikni nltop'tlicr, tlii'iviire piolully no invcsl its
in tlw South tlmt promiw lM'ttT rptuinn tlinn tlicw.
Eor otlior infoniiation npply to
Geo. S. Powell, Pres.,
ASHKVILKK, N. C.
Utlitr at I'owHl & Snnltr-8, Court Stiuniviinil Patton Ave.
Coke! Coket Coke!
I have arrrnniml tn keep a suiiplv of Kmd
I COkrt. ullahle for hurnlnx In PCKNACK8,
STiiVHH. M ANtiltH. fte either alone or mis
rd with hardcnal.
NO SMlikK. lilvrs INTItNSIt
Price 7.so per ton Delivered
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
ONE WEEK AND USUAL MATINEES,
honelul. as the effect on the nutu-nta ! 1tFslisa. xvSt.
almost identical with that loll .wim, tl
application of the lymph by Dr. Koch.
Dr. Ton Kuck made an opplicnlion of
ine lympn nunnay at tne mission hos
pital, mere were eighteen
The Charming and Versatile Artist,
pmenc wno nre interested In watching
tne result. A second injection was made II
It is interesting information thai Dna.
KMIOHTS Of PVTHUa,
Walter S. Baldwin
1'rwrntlnK a new and brtlllanl rrportolni uf
Tha Rea-nlar Klertlon Held tmt
Pligah Lodge No. 83, Knights of l'y.
tuias neld Its regular election of officers
last night. The vote resulted as follows:
Chancellor Commander 13. P. Man-
Vict Chancellor T. W. Branch.
Prelate Li, P. Mcl.oud.
Master of Arm. II M fn.
Master olEheqner-C. C. McCartv. BaiionV:.":
master 01 rtnnnce . m. Lorlck. rwervrd
Keeper of Kceords and Seal P. A. I"" Circle....,,.
CnmminM. Orchestra Circle ..b1
:. Trastce-Thos. A. Jones. . I !ZL!??"1 ""'ay law
COMEDIES ANO DRAMAS,
...... nil "
liming li my atmli nl litixTrm. ele..
Mmra. Iisilitrr Ac HulilMin, I lake this on
IKirlunlly .if thnnhlntf me ruslnmria lor
Hi. 11 loniliirM Hi iwlniniiina aw and ask fuf
1 n.niinunntT ol ihe sain with the new Arm.
II. II. WDOIIWAKII.
We hatr iiunhasrd Mr. Wowlwartf'seallre
IihIi of UroiTiiea, anil win eonllaae to do
l.u.lneM at Ihr old stand, No. 67 North Xlaia
street, and will la- irfraard lu are his custom
wewlllkeiia lull stock aad guaranlre
saturaelioa In Ihoae who deal with as.
Hulleillng rsr aatrimsgt, we remaia,
Cut aad Mtit fur HI. nr. and Fllrilaeea.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY.
Offlce No. 30 Paiion Avenue.
TBLBI'HONK NO, 40.
Vard mar I'rrlght Heiml. Telephuat No. TH
All goods delleeted ironitlr.frrtR-rharg.
REVELL A WAGNER,
ueeesaors to Kotip l.tckUalnrgTr,
SUGAR AT REFINERS' PRICES.
CofJrr. roasted oa the prrailara dalle, aad
ground tor eetrjr eaatoanrr.
Pull Line of Table Supplies.
Vrre drllverv. A nail II. n tfmmA hMkb
1 p. prim,
T.Ut amm Ma. MO
If mlvertMrifr dm
tpayt why In it that
the most Biiccennfiil
nwrchnnta of every
ire the liou vlost ad
vertisers? If it doon
n.tpnr to Advertise,
wliydo the heaviest
business firms in the
world upend millions
in tlmt way? Ia it
Ixwutise they do not
know m much about
business as the tlx for
a dollar "atorekeep.
er"lna country town,
who aaya money
spent In advertising
Is thrown away?
MRS. BRUCE H. JONES,
Uf New Vork, Teacher la
CHINA: AND: OIL: PAINTIK8,
Madia No. T JelDrrm Dries.
if rhlna by firing, aad old china
lariar my own gold and
of the Ihatoaa "Wllak" ...
Mendlaa nt rhlna h
hare a hlla
I Orders foe work promptly
Tli Dally Cllli
Is always alive tn Ilia li. 1 - f 1 ,u
,,. . w, n.iic
Tiisr ana lis people.
Il the most popular adrertlain- nwrli.
am in North Carolina.
11 read lie a vraaiav mMmmUm r
ti.... .c" - . r: i"i"
...... uiiht aruiar paper intne state.
Is a araea SILmI a,lik .k. .
mg maiter 01 tne day.
Boarding houses fill their rooms bv ad-
M.1U.S 1a Vua. . .
News, and all tk.
" " geoerai mrorlta.
No retail oterchant anr marU a aw.
CnS!?g.'rHk0"t dTTrtW"- ITT"
I As sdeartla.iM.il. I. T.. '
OiascToaii-UwIa Maddns. M.J. Iieardrn. M.J. Pagg, J. B. Kaakla. J. B. Rae.l. K.
o. n. aeca. iieo. n. Powell. C. M. McLond.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
organised Mar lat, 1NHM.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS.eS20,(XK)
Htate, County and City Depository,
Hoes a General Banking Business. Deposits rct-r Ted. Bxchange boacht and aalrf ...
lections made on all acccasitilr points. The Sarins Feature will reed re special attention,
thi all sums ia this department, deposited for four moatha or loDger. latenai at tH.
of 4 per cent, ner annum will be paid.
Special attention gtveu to loans oa real estate, which will be placedl tor long time oq enti
Open Irom II a. m. to S p. m. On Haturnsy. the Kaelug IKpartmeut will beopen t.N ,.. v
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on ttae PrvsaliM-a.
Twenty-are rears ol practical experience, combined with raaanNiL atteattea to all de.
Uils of the bu.iness and perfect arrangement, fee clsanunbss and roarrT of all good.
manufactured, enable the proprietor to peeaeat to his aameroas patrons a superior I.M ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and allrtn. earioaa narora of SUUAIWATBR read j foe ahlpmeal aad delleerea
free ia City llmlu. Oat of town orders mast haet .pnni .s,..
C. M. CAWPWKi.L.
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
If run do jo will he aware of Ihefact, r
keep the beat foods for the least money.
C. 0. BLANTON & CO.
AUHBVILLB. N. C
Dr. B. P. Arrington,
sU'ROKON jCZ?5. DKNTMT.
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Are vou awn.ro flint II T
Estn brook him more nfotimM
a finer line of books, does
inore framing than nil the
nrms in WeHtern North Caro
lina together. We do not.
Bpreaa out our entire stock,
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cloan, freHh Roods In orood
In pcaccrwl, rcalful vale, aatrroamacal wllkt pine
covrml moanlalna, aparhllns Hlresinia and benaiti.
(ul acvsierv, with lla dry, brailnit, hc.lth.laelen atlr,
rredotn rrom dual, mala' la or dcbllltallnK rRect,
the beat or Fall and Winter clltualea, with lla ther.
nal wattera Hawlag Into marble poola, the moat Inn.
nrlona and caratWo hatha In Ihe world, tendeia to
Ihe dehllltaled. rheumatic, analarloaa or atouty auf.
rarer, aa well aaihc recreation necker, Health, Real,
Pleaaare, Monte Coaafortaa-d t'neacelled Table at
TH15 MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Distance from Asheeiln tu Hut Hprlugs, 87 mllea. Tim. ul trip,
t hour and 37 minutes.
MCHEDVLK ok TRAINH.
Usee Aahetllle tor Hoi Hprlnga at T:.HI a m, 4:1111 ,, ,. sail T i ra
Returning leave Hot Hprlngs for Ashevllle at 7:37 a m, fJ.M ama.
and 11:10 p m.
Pullman Palace Cars on all trains. Monad trip ticket. Including
one day's board at Ihe Mountain Park Hotel, I440. -
SCIILIT'S MILWAUKEE RFFR.
Celebrated the World Over for It Parity.
Wc Hriivarr tn all nan. r.a- -it .
M w, HV w vm uwn noituns HI port MCT at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
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V WINE . AND LIQUOR , STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD K009I.
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0KVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS. M. c
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the lowest Driees.
proof at 22 South Afnin Kr.
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Aahcelllc, N, C.
Mmr Paaacnarer Depot.
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