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THE ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Saturday Evening, December 29, 1894.
Miscellaneous llnslui'sa of the Ilonrd
The Aldermen met one hour late yes
terday, and every member, except Mr.
Jones, was present. While awaitius a
quorum I. M. Guilder gave the crond a
tulk on the fretting of water pipes nnd
the way in w huh one of his lot se w in
dows talks to him duriiu windy
A resolution whs udoi.ttd, upon the
sugKcstiou of the Mayor and the motion
of Mr. Hull, instructing the committtc
on revision of the charter to get down
to work and r questing it to report at
the next meeting.
Mr. Kattatld asked that the draynittii'
tax ppid by bun in June, but never used,
be relunded. and alter numerous inturo
Rations a motion passed refunding hitn
for the six months to come, whereupon
he told the Board it could buve the
whole amount, and left. He had been
eiven a month more than he asked.
Exemptions in taxes were granted lis
follows: Hester Ford, error; E. T. Chin,
Pinknev Warren, a disabled soldier,
applied in writing lor peimissiou to ped
dle, without charge, patent nii'ilieims,
drv goods, notions and family groceries
The Mayor announced that Liwremc
P. McLud had rcsigred as a number ol
the finance committee, and iisktu thi
Board to concur in his appointment of
I. E Rankin as Mr. McLoud's successor,
whicb the Board did.
The st-eet committee nsked and wa
given further time tor report on the fl
attest ot tne Asm vine aucei Kaiironn
company for permission to put in
switches at the old shed nil South Main
The city directory committee was iiIm
eiven more time.
The body gave a littl? discussion to
the bill sent in sonic time ago bv S. II.
CheilesttT& Son lor six leet ol Water
street, now used as a si lewalk, but there
was no detinue action.
Mavor Patton recalled the fact that
the editor of Tub Citizen bad teen m
tided to appear at this meeting an! give
tpeiihc iniormation regarding ccitain
tatrmtnts about the police, and that
the editor bad not apiicnred. He pr
oosed that a messenger be sent to again
notitv the editor that the Hoard wool I
hear him. T. M. Gudger and others op.
Dosed this, us one notice had alniulv
been given. Mr. Redwood nought
that, the charges having been made ptili
liclv, the editor ought in com non justi
appear and give what information he
Bills Daid: Chas. E Waddell, $-';((;
W. C Strartlev, 75c ; W. A. Allison, nav
roll. $230; H T. Estnbr.mk, l J
L, Murr.iv. pivroll, $16 50; M:s ma
Walker. $C.3.": 11. 15. Hall. S-'.OO; H
K. Rives, puwoll, 50; I. A. l-jul
$6; street department payroll, $8
The person wh is al uded to
above as conspicuously absent, was in
the council chamber nl 3;3t p. m Friday
He did not, till nearly 5 p in., know th
Board met elsewhere; and. tmding ti c
room empty, he took the liberty nt going
about Ins business, siipposirti; Unit the
fxtrtme cold had froz nthc genial cur
rent of the ulderniamc soul, and that the
meeting was postponed. No discourtesy
at all ivents, was intended Dy the in
take. En. Citizen.
J. W. LYNt'II IIEItE.
l'rench nt tlio Klrst ltninlst
Other t'uiircli Si-rvlcis.
Kev. J. W, Lynch of Danville, Kv., a
rived in the city toduv, visitinjj Kev, .
L. White. Mr. Lvnch will preiich at thi
First Baptist church tomorrow moininj;
nnd evening. He is n native North Can
lininn nnd one of the most i-Ioijii t
preachers in his adopted S'.atc.
Kev K F. Cutupliell will fill his pulpii
as usual, nt the tirst 1'rcsl.vteria
church tomorrow mornini;. There Iiiik
been a gieat deal of complaint about the
inadequate beating of the church for
several Sundays past. Mr. Campbell
promises that the church sli.ill he com
lortat'ly warm tomorrow, if he has to
make the fire him -elf.
Divine services liy the Lutheran cm;
nation will lie held regularly at V. M
A. ball at 11 a. m. Sund iv scliuol
10 a. m. ltnmediatelv niter the si rino
Sund iv the preparatory sirvices will
lie be id, followed bv the holy roiti'im
nion. An uruent invitation is cxtemltd
to all Lutherans in the city to partici
pnte, nnd a cordial welcome will k ee'
all fnends and strangers who will
worship with the runurruntioti.
Kev. llcnry A. Wrstnll. p.istor o( the
Unitarian church, will preach in Milliard
hall, 35 South Main str.-ct, at 11 a. 1.1
tomorrow on the sir jeel : "The Ulcssiil
ncss ol Givini! "
Rev. J. C. McReynoIds will p'each nt
the Christinn church Sunilav. Subject
11 n. m., "What is Your Life?'' Allure
invited. There will be no services in the
Pastor Belts, nt the French Broad
Baptist church, will preach t'linorron
morning on "Scll-examinatioi'; "ev nine;,
"Thr Great Salvation."
At Central M. L church, South, Sun
day nt 11 . m.. there will be a sermon
by the pastor. At 7 30 p. ro. there will
lie a union service of ull the Methodist
churches in the citv, under the uusokes
of the iipworth Leagues. The sermon
will he delivered bv R'.v. W. II. Willis,
pastor of Kivemde M. li church, South.
The public are cordially invited.
NOT A HAPPY OXE.
I be Lot of a Motormnn Unrlnit Test or
Yesterday was one of the dnvs whet
the lot of a motormnn, or u conductor
for that matter, was not n hnpp one.
The weather was cold and a hard wil d
made a position on the trout end of n
car extremely nnpleasint. All of the
chts ou the lines of the Asheville Street
Railroad compnnv, except the mail cir,
were called in nt 7 o'clock last evening
Motormnn Dan Urown was almost
overcome bv cold when he went to the
shed, nnd Motormnn Janus J irvis i
ruffrrimt with froien leet as a reminder
of the severe snap. All ears are running
today excent over the Lookout moun
tain division, which cannot yet be
cieured of ice.
on the yf
THE ROYAL LAMP
IN ALL SIZR9.
doting out of Crockery "and Glassware,
Great reduction in pric.
Washinrtoa. Dec 29 Forecast till A
ra. Suadar: Fair: warmer tonight;
warmer undnr; northeilr winds, be
L'uc'c Tom's Cabin" at the Grai'd
oiera house this evening.
Mnstin. Fakes & Co. will be closed
part or all day Monday taking inventory
Tlv re lias been no material change in
Mi s Stevenson's condition during the
pabt l' l hours
The He' hi Sunday school's Christ
mas tree has been postponed to some
t veiling rext week.
The Hotel Berteley registered 35
arrivals yesterday, which is a good bit
ol holiday business.
Rcniembcr.that the."Mikado" date lor
tin Grand opera bouse is next Tuesday
evening, January 1.
Tne sunn brouuht a rush of busimss
to the coal dealers and their'.teams are
kept as busy as they can be.
Rev. L. U. Busby will preach at the V.
M. C. A. rooms tomorrow at 4:30 p. ui.
Subject: "Cluist and Croesus."
Sales of leaf tobacco in the Ashevillr
warehouses' that were suspended tor
in. li, lay neck, will be resumed Monday.
Superintendent E.'gletonof the city
chooli has returned Iroin Raleigh, wbrrr
lie had Ken atttnding the annual meet
ing ol the North Carolina City Supcrin-
V. 1) Gash dropped in yesterday from
a time weeks' business trip that included
Atlanta, New York nnd Philadelphia.
lie savs the weather in New ork wns
xt cnuly itild and disagreeable.
Giles Ta'lv was before Justice Frank
Career yesterday charged with an ps
sau't on John Smith, andwassent to the
ci u-ilv roads for 30 days nnd costs
Ti.ll b is not been out ol the gang very
Tne mercury this morning at 8 o'clock
marked 3 degrceg below xero, ncvordii g
ro the observations ot Dr. Kurl yon
Ruck nt the signal station. The sun has
liren shining brightly all day nnd at 1
this iil'trrnoon the thermometer showed
1 nbove z ro.
C. A. Raiser bad a hard fall this after
main as he was passing along the side
walk in front of Dr. T. C. Smith's drug
store It was at first feared that one ol
his arms had been broken. It wns only
spruit. t d, however.but the injury wns an
exceedingly painful one.
U C fliii.i'.iu'ti 'iirer, sold todnv nt the '
court house lor I!. R nnd C P. Kcrlee ,
olmiiiisirators ol K It Kerlce, 150 acres j
. I land near 111 nk Mountain station.
being the land on which the iron and'
luin mns spring wotks are located. A.
Garrett was the purchaser, for $255.
The lecture nt the Young Men's insti
tute, which was to liegivcn Inst evening
ha been postponed to Monday evening
at S o'clock Mr. Lord will then give
his stertoptii'oii lecture on "Spain."
Tickets can I had ol the general secre
tary at his office or at the soig service
fid. John C. Tipton, editor of the
hvclv Kuthertordton Democrat, came up
ye-ti'rdav on a short business trip. The
i.'iiloi il is in the hot ot a fight against
blind tigers nnd grnerul devilment in hit
liatii, and there has been an attempt to
dynamite h'S office. Hut it is dollars to
di'tiiihnuts that he comes out on top,
aud that his white Navarre plume con
tinues to wave where the tiht is
t liii'kcs. .
TIIK MIKaTiO COMING.
A Mt-tlni.'iiUlii'!l Visitor to bo Ilore
Nt'Xt Tiuwilay Kvculiitf.
Tiic Mikado has wrested himself from
his nrdu ius foreign duties in order that
lie mav pay Asheville, a city of which he
has l.catd in my good 'words, a visit.
Tlic royal pets mage is expected to ar
rive hoin the chrysanthemum kingdom
mx' I'ticsii.iv evening, January 1. He
will be accompanied bv n large suite ot
.is-in nulled ladies and gentlemen, mak
ing the Grand opera house headquarters.
I'lic people of Asheville, it seems, are prr
tiaring to turnout almost en missc and
uive the Mikado a reception the warmth
nf which will do his heart good. With a
spoil most commendable, the Mikado
has decided to turn Ins visit to good ac
ouut in a way aside from the pleasure
lie w id derive. He has directed that reg
ular opera h"ue pi ices shall be charged
and that the proocds shall be given to
two good institutions here the Lirirary
and Flower Mission. With this addi
tional inducement is it any wonder that
the Ashrville people will uive the Mikado
a great reception.
U wini,' to pressing engagements the
guest will remuin only one evening, and
. V, rvhoil v lihiiti rt mlt. fwlvnntno nf t hi.
opportunity. Tickets t r the biR event
can be hadat Heinitsh & Reagan's drug
MB. MVliUOUI ONE AHEAD.
Eliflitocn ia ima Haro Ilnon Played and
lilovou Were Drawn.
t in pi iiiiip'iis ill iuc iiuimr lunuiuiui'.
hip contest nre nearer together than
they were yesterday nf'ernoon, bu
"drawn" is forging well ahead. Last
evening four games were played. The two
first were "Old Fourteenth" and both
were played to a standstill, goi"g to the
drawn column. Watchers suggested
change t i another game, and "Dyke"
and "Mi l o' the Wisp" were shoved of)
fi order, both being won by Mr. McNair
This morning two games were played.
Mr. Murdoch winning one and the sec
ond being drawn. The scorcnow stands:
Vr. Murdoch. 4; Mr. McNair, 3; drawn,
It. Twelve gnmrs remain to be played.
Don't be hdinbuged bj a
mi inc. Ilon'l pii) tO'. per quart
lor o)Ncr llioi hard lime,
wlienjoii cun Uuy better ones
tor a.-it: at lve& o'n Nlall,
1 lliirkct House. J K Reyulls.
J. W. Sehartle will make winter suitt
at cost for the next two months.
AT TUB GRAND.
The audience that brayed the rather
s-verc weather to see "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" at the Grand opera bonce last
evening was small. The comptoy pro
ducing the piece is not remarkable for its
histrionic talent, a'tnough sweet little
Dot Griswold as Eva and Lily Adams as
the impish Topsy were worthy especial
meution. The tableaux were very prettv.
The company carries a good bund aud
orchtstra. Another performance will be
yiven (his evening.
Tie louse w as cool during the evening,
nnd when the curtain was up the
draught bom the rear made tb-gaslights
THE MOVING t llOAVU.
Personal Paragraphs Gathered Wltlilu
Frank Loughran leame up yesterday
I. B. lohtison has come beck from
S. V. Pickens was down Irom Hender-
sonville last night.
Mr. and Mrs W". R Israel lelt todnv
for their home in Danville, a.
C. G Ligan of Cherokee is auto
graph nt the Ashcsille hut'. I.
Denu'y Collector John B. McBwen ol
W'ikesboro was in the city on business
ohn I Oivis, wife and daughter ol
Washington D, C, are nt the Hotel
J ile Roliitisou of Colhctor Carter's
oilier returned yesterday from Christ
mas visit to his home nt Franklin.
Miss Jennie W'ilkie lift yeslerdnv for
her home in Lineolnton altei spending
several (lavs wr.h Mrs. Marshall on
R. V Davtdsuit end f inii'y t'f Galvrs
ton, Tci , nre in Asheville on a vi;t,
staving at T. S Mo'rison's. Mr Dn i'l
son is 11 son ol Col. A. T. Divi 'son i t
W. T. U liicrtson, editor of the R"g. rs
ille, Tern., Review, n Id A'hcviihian
and biothtr of .D. nod M. W. Robert
son of this city, was n caller at The Cit
izkn olfice toilav. He wns on las vuy to
Rev. Dr. Chas. W. Bvid returned from
Wini ton yesterday, and left lor llenrier
souviilc this morning, on his work ns
prcsiiling elder. His family will not re
turn bom Wins'on tor some time. Dr.
Byrd. during their absence nnd while not
.lit on bis work, will stay nt St ike
IX THE C'OM.KGK.
Happy Time Anionic tlio Control Sun
day School Scholar.
Xiarlv l.")0 chiMirn of the Sunday j
scl o d of t'ciitri:! M. li, church, South, I
I turned out to the soti.il given lor their;
benefit I. .el i veiling at the Ashevil'c Fe-!
j in ale college. Everyone ol thim started 1
' it. fur a good rocinl evening, and carried i
I he pluii to n very successlul conclnsmr. j
Ice cream nnd cake were served to nil, i
and aitcrnnrd W. 11. I'enbint1, the btg
lirartctl so K'rin : euilent. distrilnited can
die, oranues, apples and other good
ihitnif. D was an occasion ol niiu-h en
jovmeiit on the part of every o:;e who
p.uticipatrd, lull evidence being given by
the bright eei and merry voices ot the
Forcrit ncrvotlous Jiuevnaary .
1:iiitok Tiik Citizen: I have just tend
an article in the Review of Reviews by
Robert I'niierwood lohnson entiiltd
"Whv not mure forct prist rvrs," which
i made rre think ot the destru 'lion now
taking 1 1 ice ot our mountain forests
I'lcase read the article and get somebody
to wi in nnd ait, so as to induce l'leei
dent Cleveland to create reservations on
the Miiniiiiu of the mountains where our
riveis have their source.
Mr. Yanderbilt's head finser would
proliablv write such an ariie'e if re
1 know tliat soire'ime i gi this fubj-ct
was wi ten up in I HE Citizen, but it
shnnlii c kept IkIoii' the pubhe, nnd, if
need be. a petition ci'cu'n'cd and tent on
to the 1'iesiilen'.
You wiil do great ret vice to liiture gen
erations i voii so gitnt)' this important
inatur ns to secure i'n sidtntial or con
lirrssional action. .1. E. 'case.
Intervale, D c. 27.
Hrv. cbiilon feblpman VmN.
The loilowing item fimn ihi Gri'fnv'lli',
S. C., Sews will Ik' read wiih interest bv
some Aslievilhiai :
"Miss Ida li. Ilrmk, ilaughteri t Mr.
and Mrs. A. U l)roi k, was nianied at
7:'lll on the evening ol ChrisUnns d iv to
the kn Z bulon A. 'i mm. Mr Ship
man is Irom A"heville. N. C, where he
was mi tin' tnff of the Da ly Oaz-ttc.
He ii a teactier il note and (luring next
! vcar win n-vi- euamci inc ci.iirin
: ch ol .-i the Sim. uiiitnirg roml, this
cuii'ii v, i (iv hi iut ii wt:si KTiiiivu uric
m rl ii ii uiittril ti!i' i ( (rirtifl iirnl .if).
;,. s .A h warn, good wisl.es will he
wi h hrr "
Tluirs l.iv i ight while George llariing
t n and Iisj Lnnic Northrup were
cao.tiig down the Mcrrtmon nvenue
lull tic sled veered Irom its enu'Sc nnd
c iHiih'd witli n id phono p'.le. The
c i tirs ,r" thrown off ni.h such force
that Miss Northrup tustniised a severe
spriiin of the ankle, while Mr. Hairing
ton had s:virtiluglr hitiscsnn fiieluad
and chin, and a black eye.
'.e have m i arrn"g' rr.en'K In
wn'.v.liiinis'i i ii K I'tm-tt i: i: k L v
suit the twicr-s-wetk New Y"ik
sll fir mlv $l.f'l .'I venr. lb re
oppor unity t i.r! mui o en paper mid
th'Xw Vorh Vt1 l i ,v.cv cverv week
St t iirirdiprih I iw rm.'s
A Wine Conclusion.
mih d his train. I heard him ety
I aat Kailway An'i.t lied.
This m i da. I'll to and buv
A K'liid-VcNnlly Guide."
ee a.i id
U'inai it Wine ei L'quor
Ciiicaok, Pec. J9 -Wheat Dec., u'i; Cnrn.
Dm., 45V,: pork. Jn 11.35; UiA Jan., i.;jX;
Kiln, u.. 5.57H.
Nnw Yum, Dec. m Cotton lulurcs opeueit
haiely Mrmly : tirceiubrr, 5 ; January, 3.3a;
Kehruary, 5 51; March, $.u; April, j 6,' JJay, 5.70;
June, s 7.
Nsw Veins, Dec. 19 -Krte, 10; Chicago and
Northwnttrn, 97! Ijike Shore, ijj; Norfolk
ml Western, 1814: Richmond and Wert Point
Terminal. 1 Wratern Union, 86'i: Southern,
nH southern preferred. jH.
Correeted daily by Powell ft gulder, wholesale
and retail (rocera. These prieea are being paid
uy mc weiinanta 01 mc cuy looay I
Butter 15 to joiAfiplea I .JwJ 1. yi
Rkss is'Applea, dried ujs
Chickens irKgiiulPumpklns, each ,10
Turkeys 734119 Sorghum an
oucaa i.vhjo; neeawai, per ID ,
routocs, sweet 50 Honey 10
Potato. Utah. ...40 to 3o;Wheat 6s
Turnips yxgao Cera 45
umuiM i,7A1HI , 43
laoDagc, per id Hiuat 40
Beans, per bu..i.ooi.J!Kye 63
Peaa 731 Hay, per too 1700
Chestnut. ICelenr. per dos...ijii4o
IMDBX TO NKW ADVBRTMKM8N TS.
Tennry's Candy Ray's 1
The Best Shoes J Bpanienbrrf 1
Hot Drinks Heinitsh at Resgan 1
AN ARTICUt that tul been used for four
thousand years or no re, sesordiaf to
the records of the sgtt, and yet U I Just
ss fresh this afternoon aa It was tne ant rims it
wss made Breed to get It go toJthe
S Colleia Street.
ACOTTAOI wiuied,or loar or Sve roo In
a .KI III h..i.1 1.
able for light nswaekeepini'; in or near Biitaor
with partofaUhte. Addrna by lunar jtk,
W. B. WILLIAMSON &CO
ii'KNtiritr, ctarKTu, ri'i,, ictc.
16 niTsov am:.
The Whitlock Clothing House,
4(i SOUTH M.UIV STliEKT.
PRICES THIS WK'IK.
iililc for C'n i-
t.il S IV. S .'
For men t; d bo.vs
! srj? t.
ns tlis we1
CAPE COATS, ULSTERS AUD
Pretty, Uh'khk' and Xcw, Fancy
In c lln'i i'i. "ii
S iih, silver
bllU M i I
ais. JiiiiKi -;i roii
pp'tti- st iti tin
o'ty. C slmi:'?ro
satiu, fun's, nr ti ti
ch"iii!'o and 1 iiiink j 'i'li- r-rs.
8"lar.;t.'ly, quilts v.k b i::ki.ls.
is left of Ctii'Pf, coats txm Miits, iii ioos t ui about liolf. Now
stotk gout 'mi i
BON MARC HE,
37 South Main St.
iresli Canned Groocls
We l.avc n cnmpUtr ii'. -v .11
Okrn aud Toinatta s.
L'nia Hi ;n.,
CANNUii MliATS, ALL ICINHS. RI-Sl'liCTFVLLY
C. S. COOPER,
33 SOUTH IvIAIM ST TELEPHONE NO. 67
J. E. IDiols.ersori 2c O.o.
Kindling Wood, Hard and Soft Goal
Stove Wood and Coke. Anent lor New Home StwliiglMaclilncs. Rustic
Seata, Easels and Frames Made of North Carolina WomK
C. E. MOODY,
Pruaesi, Flfts, 'llrou.
The Hardest Bituminous Conl in the South is j-iv-'ti
up to be the genuine Jellico Coal.
Coal Thoroughly Screened and Forked.
Prompt Delivery CWm Coal.
Cokp, Ga, Furnace, Anthracite
Tri'il Order nnd you will be our customer.
Something Useful as Well as Ornamental For Desirable Christmas Presents.
For(Instance a RUG. I Have all Kinds and Sizes,
0r "BISSELL'S CARPET. SWEEPER. Finished in Oak, Cherry, Etc.
. ' Or Better Still a CARPET. Large Stock to Select From. .;
best for presents, everlast
reminders. Have you con-
what jroocl sense as well
got nl taste can be shown this holiday
season by selecting presents that are
at once beautiful, useful and imperish
able ? We have them for you.
Aai vn.i.i , m, c.
f 2 00.
miHiuiil ni i'.'kintosli all suit
t ?r, $7 and 10 each
s iif s.
in tl.e city. IiiisiiH'Hs
iit pritjps litter ho low
aiul oth'T nntrrUlf, nursii'B
km s ltoiit; i" vi'idiy, Dest ana
nn.l si!k mnlllorH, t-iikp,
u iibiolinH, lace ciirtmn,
TjiMb Lneus in sots or
(ire il ro nictioTis in what
h'm ti"-i, ( oliai'H.sLirtf.liaif-horfpantJ gloves.
Asheville, N. C.
grades. I 'i ices very low ol
Ti in itois.
No. 30 N C'Qllit yqiliirc
30 N. MAIN ST.
in Men's Furnisliiiift'S,
CAROLINA CO'AL COMPANV, S3 Tnttou Ave,
'Phone, No. 130.
Groceries. Standard and Fancy, French Candy
in one and one-half pound Boxes. New crop
Nut , mixed. 15 cents per pouud. Raising from
10 cents up. Perfectly cleaned currants in bulk,
extra fine, in boxes, for 10 cents per pound.
Layer Figs, 10 ceuts, 15 and ao cents per pound.
The Azugau Brand California Dried Fronts, 10
cents per pound. Apricots, :5c. lb. Call for Sil
ver Prunes. You witl be pleased with the price.
Pniianns, Apples, Oranges, rents, Craiibcrri,
.mil 20 pouuds of grauulated Sugnr to sweeten
tar one dollar. New Orleans molasses from 25
(050 cents per gallon. Hams from to 13J1
cents per pound Bacon, 8' j cents per puund
The N. K, Fairbank Co "s Golden Coltolene, 10
cents per pound. White Label pure Leafl.ard,
10 cents per pound. Armour Brand Compound,
3 cents per pound. James U. Mason & Co.'s
Celebrated Cream Lunch Bitcuits, 10 cents per
pound. Soda Crackers, XXX, 7 cents per pouud.
Fine French Candies, front 15 to 50 cents per
pound. Try Alakuiua, very nice, 5 ceuts each.
Stick Candy, pure, 10c. pound. Good Pread by
usiiiK Omega Flour. Candy, Toys aud Fruits.
to lbs. fiigar, lt.00,9 lbs., 50c 4J lbs., 25c.
W. J. POSTELU
A 1S1 v v vy L h ri st 1 1 1 a
Candy and Fruit
at Hudson's Tea and
10 Pattou Ave,
YOU CAN BUY
22 Patton Ave.:
Armour's White Label Leaf Lartl, ..Oo.
I'.iii hunk's Oiihlcn O ttok'ne, Ule.
(Initiiiliiteil Suijur, 19 lbs. lor $1.00
1.-.00 White (hi, 'Jo
I'riitt's Aitrnl Oil. 15c
Tellieo Hour, per 100 lbs., Sl.'.lfl
Mined Nil's. 1-"'!
I'iuiivs, Dates and Currants, Kc,
lJiis, 80. nnd 15e.
K.iisiiis, S, , and 12'aC
I.emi ns, 18e. ch 2.
liesr. Haunnas, l!0c. duz.
Kvatioruied Apples, 10
II Bt Cream Cheese, l"i
Maple Syiup, pcrcnlhni, $1.00
Mill Je Svrup, per Va Ballon, tiOc.
Maple Svrun, nr iitnrt, S'lC.
"in kwheat Flour, per III., .'I'ii
Hist Hums. l'i-
Ti U phone No. 90.
The "Old Reliabla"
Mm I.oulicSwnin Grant hnving bought
up all tlicclaimsnKaiustCirant's rimrtu
acy included In the tlced in trust aud
the tnintt-'cs having reatitarly old, trans
it rred nnd conveyed the entire stock of
Kiwds to her, she is now the sole owner,
and hereby respectfully solicits of the
peblic 11 continuance of that lib
eral piUrouwc which this popular phar
macy has enjoyed for many years.
The Prescription Department is a Spe
In the business of this pharmacy, and is
in charge of n thoiouuhly competent,
thoroughly posted, expert pharmacist of
many years' practical experience. Pre
scriptions are carefully compounded at
reasonable prices, from pure, fresh drugs
aud chemicals, manufactured at the lead
lutt laboratories of this country a nd Eur
ope. A full and vxrled stock of pateut
metliciucs, dniKKts sundries, perfum
eries, and toilet articles always on hand,
B. P. STEELE, Mgr
Graduate of tlie.Ohlo Vetrlnary College,
Yetrinary Surgeon and Dentist,
37:CollcgeSt., Telephone 1.
Oppoalte Stlkeleather'i Stable.
D OROS S ,
Dealer in Imported Bologna Saasago.
All khitln of clieene. Ilolled hams alwny on
hand-allced If desired; All orders delivered.
Give me a t-lal.
T K COURT SQIItRK, Asheville, N C
IWt .Tulliro I.IITIH): IWt .iHlli.-. l)nm.Btin Vur
Anthracite all sizeB.iunir lots or loss. Our let-creening
facilities guarantee (lean coal to the pui'cha?er.
ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL CO ,
TH.I.PHOIHK 36 t 40
Hi! Hi! Hi! There!
WU CALL VOI R
r the shoe leathers fii'l.ived in our window. Wehnvellie finest lin; of FALL
ami VYIXTKK fj'ioils ever fh'iwn in Asheville nt prices to suit every one.
ir r anatomical
In the shell or by measure. Katard fine flavor.
Shell clams. Large oysters fur frying, 40c.
and qoc. per quart. Newborn oysters, 25c. per
J. Fa MILLER, STALLS M & IS, CITT MARKET.
What's the Use to Pay High Prices Fo
When you c.111 l uy the same goods of us
that much ? We have a nice line of new
cold pcctai'les, and n (jood (is-s irttncnt
coiiiii'u in cvtry day till Clri tmas, nnd
SM.rtimrnjMKK. P. L.
THE BUNCOMBE HALL !
48 Bouth Main Street, abeville.
HURB IlOMHSTIC AND IMFORTBD
Wines, Liquors, Ales
Best Cigars and Tobaccos
Cooper Old Corn and liye Whiskey
Proiu my Transylvania distillery. No edtilteration.
A. li, lUURVKTtW, Prcep.
P. O. lioi 3"3
Asheville Steam - Laundry,
.HO. 4J fll.!r COM.F.GK STREET,!
Full Dress and Colored Shirt?,
Grand Opera House
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 28 and 29.
FRANK K. CRISWOI.D'a GRAND AND
ORIGINAL CONCEPTION OH
. . . Uncle
Cabin . . .
A grand triumphal tout of the fulled Stntes
after lour yean lu Kurope, A car load of beau
tiful scenery. 15 first clus actors and musi
cians, Our hand of 14 solo ni tints. The great
Magnolia gunitittc. The Allegorical tahleous
of Angel Eva.
. . . .
ICK JI 34 PATTON AVE
for liss moi.ey than elsewhere, nnd ssie
noid nick chain, j;old hearts, notches
of sterling silver novelties. New gsods
ntijicirg sold at lowest pricrs.
COWANs tiik jeweler
Under the San.
The words ofSolomas
won't fit now. Wo'vs
a non thing; in lauu
doriiiE, SOFT, rLIA
you sue the advantage'
Try our;nw way.
V3 Potion F. Jt.
For Gentlemen In
Fownes aud Perrin Gloyes,
Kaiser Collars and Caffs,
CONTINUE TO SUSTAIN ITS BBTAR.
LISHHD REPUTATION FOR FIRST
THE IMPERIAL TRIO,
Violinist. PARIS CONSERVATORY.
CHARLES L. 8CHAKFKR,
rinuist, FRANKFORT CONSERVATORY
'Cellist BRUSSELS CONSERVATORY,
Will open a studio st 71 Orange street, Ashe
ville. on September the lat and will now receive
applications for (he following branches 1 Vlolls,
viola, celto, piano, organ, ainging, harmony,
cnmposl lion, French aud German language
J. H. LAW, V
NO. 47 S, MAIN ST:1