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ASHEVILLE DAILY OITIZEN:' WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1800.
SHOULD CHANGE THE LAW.
THE NEXT STATS LBOtA
Tl'RE MAY DO THIS.
Donn Flarurea on Ibe City In
come anal Kxpenfsttaree A Cor
mpondcal would Tax all Kinds
Surely there ii a screw loose in North
Carolina's assessment law.
Tim Citiikn yesterday contained inter
views with several men prominent in the
city in reference to the list of special
tuxes imposed by the local government.
Mr. Miller, the city clerk, while admit
ting the injustice of some of the tuxes,
could sec no way out of the difficulty at
present, because of the city's having to
accept the valuation placed on property
by (he assessors five years ago,
Mr. J. li. Kunkin, chairman of the
iKJiird of county commissioners, referring
to the matter of increasing the property
valuation wild that according to the
present law a new assessment was had
every four veurs. There is no law pro
viding for a more frequent re-assessment.
The citv itself cannot assess property,
but muHt accept the valuation us made
by the assessors appointed by the county
commissioners. The incoming year is
an assessment year, and whatever
chuuge is to be mnde in the the valuation
ofproierty will be made by the new
ussessors,"to lie appointed in April next.
Mr. Kankin thought it probable that
the next session of the state legislature
would change the law us to quadrennial
assessments, and thought it was a mut
ter that needed the attention of that
Citv Clerk Miller has furnished The
Citizen with the figures of the moneys
accruing to the city Iromditl'crent sources
The valuation ol real estate and personal
proHTty lor the city of Asheville, mnde
nboutfour years ago, is $4,221,808. At
the tax rate of $1 on the $101) worth ol
property this should bring con
cousiderubly over $0,l00, but mak
ing allowances for delinquents und
exemptions the actual amount will not
be $0,(100. Lust yenr the amount was
only $:r,i)J.ri.0l. The speciul tux
amounted to $7,606.65; Irom non-listers,
$8t5.H0; "discoveries," $664.15; street
assessments. $1,442. US; and purchase
tax, $472.02. This makes a totul of
$46,070.61. The water rents and lines
added to this umount will make the
city's receipts near $56,000. The city
two years ngo had ubout $35,000 bal
ance from sewer funds in the treasury,
but nt the beginning of the last year,
June 1st, 1890, had a dcbtol over $5,000
bunging over it.
In Mr. Miller's opinion, if the assessors
at their meeting during the incoming
yeur should raise the valuation of prop
erty 50 per cent., as he thinks should lie
done, the increase in revenue would be
sufficient to meet the expenses of the city
government, without the levying of tin
Sieciul taxes so much complained of.
TAX ALL KINDS Or PROPERTY.
A citizen signing himself "Chestnut
Street", sends the following to The
"If you leave it to me to decide the
question of taxation that vexes the peo
ple so, I shall sny, let property pay all
taxes. Tax all kinds of property under
a uniform assessment. Tax the lawyer,
the doctor, the teacher, the preacher, the
merchant, the mechanic, and everybody
else on what they save above a living,
but do not tax anybody for the privilege
of lollowing an Honest calling.
"Tnx all capital whether invested
merchandise, machinery or in anything
where it is used to muke more capital.
liven tax school property where it is run
as private property, because it is used
lor the benefit of the teacher just as an,
other runs a machine shop as bis busi
ness to make money and a living.
"We need lawyers, doctors, teachers,
preachers, merchants, editors, real estate
dealers and many others, and
they should pay no privilege tax.
Hut if one wants to follow a business
that we do not need, why, do not tax
him on a privilege that be should not
have, but tell him to step down and out
till he is needed. Hut we need all men
who are in business, beneficial to a part
or all of the people. Indulgence should
lint be sold.
"Sometimes business gets crowded
when too many set up in the
suinc cnllinu in a town, but that
, will after a while adjust itself
by the survival of the fittest, vet all their
capital, whether in money or goods or
homes, should be taxed, and if there
one who cannot stand it, let him hunt
hi ritht place.
"There should be no double tax. II I
borrow four nickles from a man of money
and pledge my home, worth eight nickles.
why should 1 pny tax on eight nickles
worth of home, und my creditors also
pay on the four nickles I am paying bim
eight per cent, interest on r
"There are tome thine that will not
adjust themselves honestly without help,
and that a good many things are just
now needing nelp, i my opinion."
M St. J. O. HOWELL,
Momalhlnsr of the Ll( of Thla
Prominent Haalneaa Man.
Mr. J. 0. Howell, whose death wn an
nounccd by telegram in TiiC Citizen
yesterday, was prominent in business
circle here, and the new of his sudden
death was a painful surprise to all.
Mr. Howell was born in Buncombe
county, on Hominy creek, near the pres
ent Candler' postoffice. He came to
Asheville about fourteen year ago. and
began life in tbi place a clerk in a tore .
About five year ago hecngnged in busi
ness in the building now occupied by
Worthrn & Co.'s drug store, and at the
time of his death wns manager tor the
Asheville dry good company, doing
business on North Main street,
Mr. Howell, left Asheville Monday
with his wife to go to Lcadvale, Tcnn.,
on a visit to Mr. J. K. Harrison, an
uncle of Mr. Howell, Intending to spend
some time bunting there.
Mr. Howell wamarried to Miss Mvra
Sue Baird, a sister of Chief Baird, of the
Asheville police about five year ago and
had two children.
Mr. H. B. .Carter, a brother-in-law of
the deceased, together with I. V. Brown,
of Blair & Brown, left Asheville this
morning to convey the remain to tbi
Isadat School Teaefjere Bltola
sMndir To-morrow Afternoon.
To-morrow afternoon, at 8:30 o'clock,
Rev. W.J, Erdmsn will conduct a Bun
day school teachers' Bible (tody, at
the lecture ball of the Yoanjr Men's Chri
tian association. The subject will be the
lesson for the following Sunday. All
ladle and gentlemen, whether teacher
or not, art invited to attend.
At the same' place to-morrow night, at
8 o'clock, New Year' meeting for the
men will be led by Mr. H. P. Andersen.
Subject, "Tnia year alo"-Lakc 18, 6-ft.
All men will be welcomed at this Meet
,1 l J lie'
Forecast till S a. ra. Thumday
sxaini caaicriy winuai warmer.
A. S. Bryson, of Franklin, is in the city
Col. J. H. Kumbough, of Hot Springs,
is in tne city to-auy.
Yesterday's internal revalue sules
amounted to $1,746.10.
Geo. H. Smother, of Wnvnesvillc,
come over to the city yesterday after
noon on Dimness.
The court house clock is about five
minutes fust and as the street cars run
by it considerable annoyance results.
J. A. Maddrey, of the State Bunk of
commerce, ticndersonville, returned
home this morning, after spending a few
days here on Business.
Frank Lnuulirun. of the Hickory Inn
Hickory, N. C, came up yesterday after
noon. Me reports his Hotel as having
very good patronage.
Eugene M. Bcarden and Jus. K. S. Ray,
Wollord college students, relumed to
Spartanburg this morning ufterspeiiding
the holiduys ut home.
A hunting party consintiiiK of Dr. II
H. Weaver, dipt. M.J. Fugu und others,
left yesterday for Hot Springs. They
will be iilisent several days.
A broken axle on a freicht truin de
railed several can nt llluck Mountain
this morning mid delayed the passenvcr
train troni the east uiioul lour hours.
Have Forney was urrcsted by Deputy
Sheriff J. M. Morgan lust night and
lodged in mil. lie is churned with curry
ing concealed weiiHins and shooting on
In the turkev shoot on Monday Sheriff
Kevnouls won three turkeys, U. H. At kin
son two, Cal bines tour, Frank A. Fun
ning three, Hemphill one and Dr,
w eaver one.
The salvution army is holding nightly
meetings in tne old operu null ana Lupt
P. L. Kii ivvrr aiive n l.onil work 1m,,,,,
done. Since the beginningof the meetings
mere have been fourteen conversions,
The services begin at 7:30.
Walter S. Baldwin, the manager of the
comiwny playing at the Crund this
week, has placed a jar of beans in I. I'.
Sawyer's store and offers a prize ol $10
in gold to tne person gucsing nearest
the exact number ol lienim in the tar
The prize will lie awarded to-morrow
In reference to an article in Tim Cm
zkn Saturday, Mr. William Duller, ticket
uuent at the Western North Carolina de
pot, savs that there was no intention on
liia part to misinform the ludies who
asked tor information as to the depart
lire of the train. He says lie hud not
been notified that the train would lie late
on the morning in question.
The Young Men's Christian Associn
turn are arranging a course of choice mu
sical entertainments and lectures for the
next few months. The Mendelssohn
Uuintetteclub of Boston, so favorably
known here, huve been enuaged lor Feb
ruary 6, and the Harvard quartette con
cert company lor rcuruary 2.1.
I'rof. E. B. Lewis returned home this
morning from Kinston where he was
married yesterday morning to Miss Dora
McDuniel, one of that city's popular
young ladies. I'rof. C. A. Webb, of the
Orange street school, Wn, Lewi and
Miss Lewis, who were present nt the
wedding, returned this morning aiso.
The heart of thnt little god Cupid
would swell Willi pnroonnblc pride could
he look at Kegister Mackey s ' Matrr
nionial guide in the court house to-duv
According to that popular journal forty
nine couple decided during the month of
December that their pathway through
life could not be strewn with rose with
out the permission of the register. That
they obtained, and ninety-eight Souls
were made nnppwr tnereny.
Thank Von. '
With ninny thanks to all fur their kind
favors during all this year, I shall en
deavor to deserve a continuance ol the
same and am now ready lor IHUt with
greatly enlarged facilities for inqiorling
ana nispinving new goods.
J. II. I.AW,
57, 50 and (It S. Main St,
A bright boy, who has hud ubout one
year's experience as a type-setter. Such
a one can get steady employment by np-
piymgat I ne iiutrn omee witn refer
ences, or by addressing
J no. I'. Khun,
Asheville, N. C.
trtiing to the Ltunamen with your
laundry work and begin the new year by
patronizing yournwn people. I he money
you spend for luundry work should be
spent where you know it will do yourself
nnd your town most good. Ifou t you
think the Model Btenm Laundry a Brent
convenience nnd ought to be patronised
bv nil returning laundry work dune .' In
stead of helping to pave the street of
t-nina witn American gold patronise
your own people. Let the almond-eyed
Chinnmcn with their pig tnil hair and
woo ten shoes slide and get vnur work
done at the Model btcum laundry, 17
laden to Now AdWerttaeaaenla.
Fas HAL K. Coffin.
Til Kskt This olflca.
Wantsu X, Csrr Citlarn.
HoTSL Fos Mknt J. A. Nichols.
A. I'. Cooras - he in the New Vrar.
Annual Msstinu Asheville Library Asm
IVANTItlt FOR TUB tlNITKD aTtTKA
army Auie-nouica. unmarried men
ween the UN of 111 and SA vcara. Untti
pay, ration, clothing aad medical attend'
unci. AfiDlicanla mu.t Im nrcnared to lur
atah aattefnetore evidence aa to a, charac
ter anil hulrite. Apyly at KHCKUl UNO OF
PICK, Trad at., Charlotte, N. C.
WANTRD An active, reliable aian-.nl.
arv T0 to no monthly, aithlncreuae
to renrcaeat w nw own eecuuu renpnaeMae
NewVorhhouee Kefrcacs. MAftlrcTt'aaa,
Lock Box 1 SHU, N. V. MltU3H
L NNUAL MBBTINO.
The annual meetlns of the members' of the
Asnrvt u Library Aanociaiioo win ne nem in
the lecture hall of the V. M. C. A. Thannay,
Hetiraary , at Aiao e'elaos.. t aeBlJw.
A com Detent, rcllnblt yonn mas of hlsh
character nrrtencs and cupacltr. Mnat be
a first cla.a penman, quick at flenm and aot
afraid of work. V None other need apply. ;
All applaretioas Swat lie In wiitUii MIS
amount of aalurf .espectrd and, aaeloaisa;
No aDtillratloas la ntrsoa will lie consid
THH FIRUT WATIOHAL HANK.
NOTICR la hereby friers
Pattnn. I. B. Rankin.
. thnt Thos. W.
thdr aaaodatea will net I tins tha Oeneral As
, ,mi r. r,nn
sembly of North Carolina, at Its acstaeasloa,
to Incorporate tha AnbcvllM Mortara and
Truat Compaay, with the rights and prlvll
cirra Incident or belonging to anch eorpora
titns, or dcslrad. Aabtvllkt, N. C, Hec SI,
MM , Ji
At Ida Chratnnt street. Iwaar location,
bath room, doacta, Hie, Tcnn a raaaoaabw.
THE ABMICVII.lt LIBRARY.
Recent Addltlona to Ita Maielvoa
Hlatory, Dclenco and Fiction.
Coal and the Coal Mine Homer
Fresh fields and AVinter Sunshine
Heat a a Truce of Energy K. H.
A Century of Electricity T. C. Mrn
dcnhall. The War of Indeiendence. The Critical
Period ol Our History Fiske.
Myl hs and Myth Makers Fiske.
Self Culture Blat kie.
Red Letter Days Abroad Stoddard.
Epitome of Universal History C.
Studies in Shakespeare
Congressional Government W. Wilson.
Amongst Machines Lukin.
The Urupliic Arts F. U. Hanierton.
Tulks With Ralph W. Emerson-Wood-bury.
Actor nnd Actresses, S vols. Mat
thews a llulton.
A History of the Confederacy JcH'eraon
In Darkest Africa. II. M. Stanley.
In Darkest England and the Way Out
Virgiubus I'uercsque R. L. Stevenson.
Gold Elsie Mrs. Wisler.
The Household of McNeil Amelia
Friend Olivia Amelia Burr.
Throckmorton M. E. Seawtil.
A Cigarette Maker's Romance Mar
Leon I'onlilrx S. I'. McUun Greene.
1 he Anglomaiiincs.
A llurdv Norseman Edna l.yull.
Their i'ilgrimuge C. D. Warner.
Knight Errum Eiliiu Lyull.
The Second Wife Mrs. Winter.
llluck Heuuty A. Sewell.
A Yankee in King Arthur's Com
I he Guy worthy's Mrs. Whitney.
The Wide Wide World-E. Witherill.
The Campligbter M. S. Cummins.
Sweet William M. Bouvel.
Auterbiography of Joseph Jefferson.
Alfred the Great Thos. Hughe.
Iioriithca I.. Dix F. Tiffany.
The Lite of an Artist Jules Breton.
The tigowe Hand J. II. Heading.
A Naturalists Rambles About Horn-
C. C. Ablwtt.
Outimrs at Odd Times C.C. Abbott.
The Light oft lie World and Other Ser
mons I'hillips Hrooks.
Tlie Story of the Iliad B. Brooks.
The 1'rofessor the Autocrat and the
I'oet of the Breakfust Tabic, six volums
-O. W. Holme.
The Life ol Savonarola -W. Clurk.
Klcctton of Onlccra.
The Asheville lodge 1. 0. U F. held its
election of officers last night a follows:
Noble Grand P A. Cummings.
Vice Grnnd-1). . McLclland.
Srereturv S. 11. Cbedester.
Treasurer Clarence Sawyer.
Financial Secretary T. C" Hare.
The officer will be installed next Tues
Simmons Liver Regulator ha never
failed to relieve Conitipntiou ol the
Raytior & Smith',
;Jl Tatton Ave,
And get one of
MEAT JUICE PRESSES.
And muke your own Meat
Juieo every day, when you
will luive it frenli und deli
llavlna aoltl my alovk ol Unwvrlca, etc., to
Meaara. bnilarr A Ifublaua, 1 take thla op
portunity of tbnnklng mv natomera for
their kindness In patroautfaf me and auk for
s eontlnunme of tat same with the acw Arm
II. D. WOOUWAtll.
We have parchaard Mr. Wood ward 'lent I re
toek of Uraeviles, and wilt continue to do
hsalnraa at the old Hand, No. 7 North Mala
treet, and wilt tie pleased to sec his cuatom
Wtwillkpa Ailt atock and guarantee
satlaraetloa to Ihoat who deal with as.
ollcltlng your patronage, t remala,
All foods ddlvertd prusiptly.lrrsofeharge.
He yfrrna of the aathorlty apon as eoaiar-
y arena 01 tmat atacniea nv h, m. Mnm
senr and wife to tha
A. J. Lymaa
aa traatca to aerare th
llaadred llollara to Atharton Bllaht. and D.
C WaildeU aa traavea to aecart tha earn of
MThoaaand Dollars to Mrs. Julia B. Ly
ons, saM acee or tenet iietna reMatarea .a
Awilt No So on naara S Hi aad A3, raaneet.
Ively, of the rreorda of saortaafres aad daeda
of trnat for BnncnmlN aonaty, wa tha aarter
alned trnai, by rraaoa of defanlt havh.
hrea nnula la the pavamnt of tha debt aa r
qalnd by tha term a of aaM dead of traat,
rill aell at nahlk aala at tha conn honaa
door ht Aahevlltc. N. C, on Janvnry Srd.,
1SI. at 11 o'etocao.., tha load daaerf bi d In
snld deeds of traat (nrntg the saoa la both)
the said land betnji tha honaa and lot upon
wtavh tha aatd HT M . Rnnwrar now I'ves.
froatin W laat aa the oaala.n nan rich, of
Depot atnret aad IM feet oa tha aortbera
a.ar1a of Connalljr's avaaaa, bring lot No.
10 of the Southern In. pro vewentCooi pony's
laad, aad as Mat SSmia sot, aaar tha aorpo
rala Una of the city of Aah-Tllle. Tanas eaaa.
A, J. LVMAN. Traataa.
Dm. f O. 1NSO
D, C. WAIltlBLL, Traat.
n deals-SS 4 osclM t)aa
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT CO.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $800,000.
GEO. S. POWELL, President nnd fien. Maunder.
W. W. HAKNAKD, Treasurer.
Hoard of DiitH-toiw : Itiehnioiid I'eui-Hon, J. K. Knnkiii,
T. H. Vobh, .. S. AdiiniH, (Seo. t?. l,twell.
The company owiim about
building and manufaeturing
been beaut ifnlly laid out into lots. nuipH of which can
be had on application. Special indiiceincntN nre being
offeml to a limited number
chiHH ivKidenceH at once. The
Iuih been uiirecedentd in the history of Asheville ral es
tate, nnd it success as the popular residence part of the
city 1ms already been assured.
This proMrty is now being laid out. with broad avenues,
with paved gutters and shade tiTes on each side. Water,
sewer and elect ric street railway running through the pror
erty. Park and lake sites have Imhmi left at convenient dis
tances through the proierty
sewer plan has been adopted
sanitary results. Some of the
on this proierty an
Unsurpassed in Western North Carolina,
und that almost means the world.
The proierty is reached from the center of Asheville by
the best grades leading out of
just decided on, and running
Mulberry stnrts, a distance
maximum grade of seven
about four hundred feet.
So, taken altogether, there
in the South that promise better returns than these.
For other information apply to
Geo. S. Powell, Pres.,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Office at Powell & Snider's.CourtSqunreand Putton Ave.
MOTICK The kenll worth Inn Company, to correct an unfounded rumor, announeea
that It has never been the Intention to make It a Hnnato-lnin. To the contrary. It will
he contacted atrtctly aa a Arat-clnei hotel and Meal resort. A mile and a hall from the
Aahrvllle coart honie, ont Ma'a afreet, and directly at Hlltmorc Station. A aonthem aa-
poanee ana ine moat ciienaivc view near Aaneviuc. uvcrlooka both the Preach Hroad and
nwannnnoa Valleva. and the onrk of Mr. Vanderlillt. Hmmi nt mmmi
liaht, with lame cloacta. Thirty. flvc auitea
I'lnmliing, Heating and Ventllatioa. To lie
Coket Coke! Coke t
I have arrranged to keep a supply of good
COK B, tollable for horning in HCMNACBM,
STOVBB, RANOKH, c either alone or mis-
cd with hard coal.
It makes NO HMflKB. (lives INTHNMK
Price 97so per ton Delivered
Cut aad Split Air Htovea and Plrcplacca,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Offlce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB MO. 40.
Yard near Freight Depot. Telephone No. TS.
RETELL, ate WAGNER,
tKoraaors to Kopp At Mchteabtrger,
UOAN AT RinNCM' IWCCt.
Coffees routed ea the premise dally, aad
groand for every eastosMT.
fall Line mt Table aapplle.
Pre detlvrr. A mil Has of Pacd. faialaatd
at oholaasla prleaa.
Tsmt oaa No. a.
MRS. BRUCE H. JONES,
' Of Mew York, Teacher In
tsdlo No, T JcAVraoa Drira.
Meodlaa of ehtaa by Arfcae. aad old ehUta
nHrnoao. 1 manniacinra my
kaea a kits of the fkmoaa "Wllkar
Orders toe work promptly isaeat.d.
six hundred iwwh of the lincHt
mtm in Hie city. This hn
of iktsoiin who will ertH't first
demand for this troert,v
and a complete water und
so as to give the very best
views to lie had from points
the city. The stiTet car line
out Haywood, Academy ami
of one and a half miles, hiw a
ier rent., and that for only
ure probably no investment
of ruoma with private batha. Perfect ayatcm ol
opened early In thla coming Pcbrnary, Mwl.
WALTER C BROWIIING, M. D.,
If von do yoa will be swan of thrhact,
keep the best goods for the least money.
C. D. BLANTOR & CO.
ASHKVILLB, N. C.
Dr. B. F. ArrlnKton,
vmnvnn AWLl dbmtmt.
PIIHng taath a specialty, also treating dla
aaatd ran, and all dlaraara pertaining: to
the dental atmctare. Oftlca rooma on rat
tunavenna, ever Rayeor at amlth'a drag
Are you aware that II. T.
Etttnbrook has more pictures,
a finer line of books, does
more ' framing than nil the
firms in Western North Caro
lina .together. We do not
spread ont our entire stock,
but can always show you
clean, fresh goods in good
- A. I aA a. A A
vnriiy tiiiu taiesri BiiTies ail
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 22 South Main St.,
A ..1 1.1-
ASHEVILLE ADYER T1SEMES 1 S.
Celebrated Jellico and
Best Anthracite Coal.
WHOLESALE AND UKTA1L.
COKE IN CAH LOAD LOTS.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ICE.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
LRWIS MADDUX, Pre L. P. McLOUB, Vlcc-Pras. . B, KANKIN, Ca.hler.
DiaacToass-Lewto Maddas, M.J. Bcarden, M.J. Pagg.J. B. Kankin. J. B. Kay, J. B. Kecil
8. U. Heed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoad.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, B-
Orcanlted May let. 1SH8.
C A P I TA L. $50,(XX). SURPLUS. $2(),(K M )
State, Countj and City Depository.
Uoet Ocnctml Btvukinf BbUpIbcm. PrpoaiU reeeiTc!. Bxcbangc boaght and Mid. Cil.
kctiona made on mil accculblc pointa. The SUTinn Feature will rrcrlve pedal attention.
On all rams In thii department depoalted for four mootha or loimer, Interrat nt Ihr rHie
of 4 per oent. per aanam will he paid.
Special attention given to loaaa on real estate, which will be placed! for loaa llmr on teal
onable terra i.
Open from 9 a m. to 3 p. m. On Haturdays the Having Itepartment will henficntill n . m-laaldlv
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 Haywood Street.
All WATHR THOROUCiHLV FILTERED on the Premise .
Tweoty-flvc yean of practical eaprrience. combined with prrminai. attention to aft tic-.
talla of the bualaean and perlrct arrangementa fnr cubanlinrm aad pvmitt of all Rnodfi
manufactured, enable the proprietoi to prrarnt to hl aumeroM patroaa a tnperiur dam uf
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Oinm-r Ale aad allttoe earioas flavors of BODAIWATBR ready for .hlpmeoi aad aettamt,
free la City llmlta Oat f toara order, mast have aasroaaiBLB fearrcaoK
C. H. CAMPHFLL.
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE 111 AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
In a peaceful, rcalfnl vale, aarroandcal wftfi pfrte
covereMl monnlalns, aparkllnsi atraosHa aad fccauli
fil scenere, wltti lla dry, brarlns;, keltsi.oslca air,
freedom from daat, sjtalaila or debilitating effect,
Iba beat of Fall and winter climate, wills lla iber.
nsal waters flowlna; Into marble poo I a, lb moat lux.
nrloaa aad cnratlve balba In Ibe world, lende. a to
the debilitated, rhcnmallc, malarlona or Booty aal
ferer, aa well aa be recreation aeeker, Heallb,seat,
Pleaaare, Home Coaaforta ad Vneacelled Table at
THIS MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Distance from Aahevllh) to Hot Hptinira, 37 miles. Time of trip
1 hour and 37 minutes.
HCHKDIILE OF TRAINH.
I Asheville for Hot Hp,ln at 7:3i a nt, :se at. anil f m
Ketamlns leave Mot Hinlnira for A.helll t 7:37 a m, VJ:M aMn,
and 11:10 p m.
Pullman Palace Cars oa all trains. Round trip lleacts Inelndiua,
one day's board at the Mouatala Park Hotel, .ao.
SCIILIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to all parto of the city our own Bottllna Riport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN. .
oar beer Is hent at a temperature of AO dcm aad we iraarantet yoa a frcah artk-lr at
all time. Ttiti TRAIIU HIIPPLIBII PHUM
THK LEADINa '
. WINE .. AND ..
IN THE STATE.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. A. MABOrABIrT, Mrr. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. I. C
8KVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. t.
Klfxbt Mllce ao4tta of Asheville, on tne A. A a. KaliroNtJ.
New hotels, sew cottaaes, acw farnltare.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alam, Msaaeala, iron aad Bpaom. Those sreaauj kaalth and pks.urs and
stlect society will aot fall to yMt this pkasaal resort aad drink of Its healing oaten.
AshCTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.
Maaafaetarers aad Dealers la all alade at Draasad
IledMr, Baan, Blind, Monldlnc, atalrwork. Mantels, Banh
nd Bar Fixture, and all kind of Btslldlnfj Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Snecialtv.
aoy 14 die
CUBA TBS mmnf a ntw btnlne$ !
nxi.A Ktihs mmnr anon bunintmi ;
REVIVES many a dull buBtne-;
RESCUES many a fo( business,'
SA VES many a tolling butine ;
PRESERVES many a larnhualntm;
SECURES lucrtta in anr busnew.
To ailvertitt itulkiomlr. use th cof.
H; and Inpmpoithn to tht return It
rielda admtim. itnatmarethtehtao-
est In tht country.
T Undaev'a Cnlda
to We Ma C. riice aa cts.
No. 30 Patton Avenue,
Over for ita Purity.
LIQUOR .. STORE
beautiful rrovea, neat tennis aad croquet laaraa.
Near Pcngcr Pepet.
WHY HU. A MTOKH WITH floor
AND THBN KMIP DARK AHOVT IT f
it cotrt monky Bvaar day
and avnar movh to cAimr a
MT(KK Of QtHttm.
lbt r rvaue know what
TOO HAVB TO MULL.
INTBKBHT THB, PKOPI.B-ATTBACT
THKM-DO NOT ALLOW TH MM TO
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