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CITY DEPARTMENT.
New Adverttwmenta.
Por Rale Nntt Atkln.on ft Hon.
Highland I'ark Hot' I B P. Chntfletd.
Oprni House Hmerson Boston Stars.
Meteorological Report
For the 24 hours ending at 0 p.
February 15, 1800:
II. a. Stonal Rnsvica Station
Wlnyah Sunltnrium, A.heville, N. C
tAT. sn.an n. i.oNn. Ka.an w. klk swift,
THERE ARE TWO SIDES.
A REMl'l.T OF FRIDAV'H IfF.KT'
INU OF THIS HUAHD,
7 m2 n mill n ml Max. i Mln. I lially Mcnn
4-t 3 I 61. H I 43.0 I S3.8 I a 0 I 45 oa
"RVt A 1 1 V tOl V MIDlTVr
7 it m
63
3pm
St
Dally Mean
OH 33
ABSOI.UTH IIIIMIIIITY.
(Tn (train per ei.hle foot of air.)
7am I inn I t) p m I Daily Mean
?A!JL J.2 -Hu I l w3 I a pta
HRBUlPlT Atiltf.""l ilAROMHTKK.
Rain anil
melted Know
Inches
0
8now
drplh.
Inches
0
WIND.
Ut:or. fur alt. At tcni.)
Iuanv .Mean
3i.27
kisina .
I WHXTHKR
Hrection.
N.vKW
I'orce(cnlcOtolo
Oxone Of punMille amount, A3 kt cent.
KAK1. VON Kl'CK. M II .
Observer.
The weather To.Dajr,
Washington, February 15. Indica
tions for North Citrolinn Fnir weather;
northerly winds; stnttonury tempera.
ture.
FERSONAU MKMTION,
Mr. Erwln'n Official Head Cornea
OtT-The need la Laid ot the l-'eet
of Col. nalrd What He has) lo
Hay on the ttubjecl.
"Major'' John Erwin's official hend wns
lopped on with neatness und dispatch ut
Friday nifjht's meeting of the Board of
Aldermen, and thereby hangs a talc.
Since the election oi last May Mr. Er
win has been employed nsjnnitoraround
the city jail and offices. It was his duty
to see to the prisoners, clean the apart
ments and btitiks and make himself gen
erally useful. Another man wns em
ployed to look after the prisoners while
at work, and to take them to and from
their labor. The combined pay of these
two men was $09 a month.
At a meeting of the Board some time
ago the police committee was instructed
to examine into affairs at the city jail,
and if possible report some method by
which the expenses might lie lessened.
This they did, and the report was sub
mitted on Friday evening. Alderman
Leonard's signature wns not attached
It recommended that one competent man
he employed to take charge of the pris
A TWO WEEKS' COI'RTHHIP.
ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMEXTS.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
A Little KplHode In the License
OOIce Veaterday.
Henry Quinn, of Sulphur Springs, is
only eighteen years old, hut his pathway
through life is not marked by nn in-
crense growth of vegetation wherever
his feet have made nn impression. Two
weeks ago he first doffed his hat in the
acknowledgement of nn introduction to
Miss Necy Smith. She is two yeurs his
senior, but Henry succumbed at ouec to
her many charms.
What happened during the two weeks
is only a matter of conjecture, but ves-
terduy he marched bravely before clerk
Muekcy and demanded a license. He
claimed to have the consent of his par
ents and he brought nn elderly friend
with him to substantiate his statement.
Together they managed to nmke the
necessary statements, bnt whenit came
to the name of the girl's mother both ad
mitted freely that they were stuck.
"Why, yon ought to kn w the name
of the mother ol the girl you are going
lo marry," said Mr. Mackey.
"I ain't knowed the girl herself only
two weeks," replied the lad.
"Well, haven't you ever heard it around
the house when you were there ?" he was
nsked.
"Saw ! I never went to the house.
EJELLICO COAL,E-ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY,
t AX RETAIL., i
For Grate,
For Stoves,
BEST
$5.00
- $45
COAL
Pure Ice made from Distilled Water.
Pntton Avenue.
Office: No. 80
ANTHRACITE
l-'or nle lit Wholesale mill Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL, COMPANY,
Telephone 36
KxchiMtrc A cent (Ponientic nnd Strum t for Wmtrrn North Cart-linn.
PERFECT PATENT PASTRY WHITE LIGHT,
D. (J. Waddell,
President.
W. W. IUltNAHD,
Vice President.
Lawrence Pflliam,
Cashier.
CAPITAL, 8150,000.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
"ROLLER KING,"
"ELECTRIC LIGHT,"
Carolina BELLE," THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
POPULAR BRANDS OF FLOUR MADE IX ASHEVILLE.
CHOICE CORN MEAL AND GRAHAM FLOUR.
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Corn and Oats in Hulk nnd Hags. Telephone No. 36.
M. A. Ciy, of Hamilton, Ohio,
guest of the Grand Central.
Mrs. and Miss West, of Wilmington
Ohio, ure at the Swannanoa hotel.
Mrs J. 0. Phinury, ot Staughtou
Mass., is resorting at Buttery I'urk,
E. T. and Sidney Stuart, of South Or
ange, N J., uregucsti at the Buttery
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Brooklyn,
N. V., ore .pending a few weeks at tin
Battery Park.
Mr. M. A. Cooper, of Brevard, is in tin
city on business, and paid us a visit yes-
tcrnay afternoon.
O. I. Wcsner nnd Geo. G Cook, of Enl
Saginaw, are at the Battery I'urk uml
will be for several weeks.
W. K. Kutlcdgcund Samuel Hughes, ol
Bristol, Tcnn., are sicnding a lew (lav
in the city. They are at the Grand Cen
tral.
Mr. R. P. Andrews, of the Century
Press Compi-ny, of Washington City, is
here and made us a call yesterday alter-
noon.
Mr. R. M. Denver, wife nnd daugntei
Miss Lonlic, 01 West Aslieville, relume
from sanlord. Morula, last mgnl, when
they have been scm!ing the winter. W
understand that Mr. Denver has mad.
several purchases there, audit is thought
by Sanfor I people thut he will make thai
his winter residence.
L. P. MvLOl'M, Vlre-Prea.
. U. RANKIN, C.Jhlor.
onsrs and clean the jail, and that the
payment lor lood lor prisoners bereduced They could alwnvs get along without LHWIS MADIU'X, I'rrs
irom 50 to 37Mt cents per day. line there. Whal'd I want to go to the IIHICTnKI
Mr. Br win wns present. He construed huue for ?"
the report to menu his decapitation unit The answer was sufficient nnd Henry
he took the floor in his own behalf. His got his license, and Mr. Mackey assured
remarks were almost exclusively devoted him that that was the shortest court-
to Chief of Police Baird, whom hi - ship he had ever been called upon to tcr- -Orranlted May 1st. ixhr.
-Trotherlicenses wereissued CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
dny. J. R. Pinkcrton will make a Mrs. State, County and City Depository.
I'lllkerton ot .Miss ,M. b. ll.inipet, and Doe. a t;eneral llanklna nusines.. Deposit, received. KichanKT bnuitllt and sold. Col.
Mrs. C. M. West will be the proper man- leetion. made on all aeceaiihle Kinta. The Savins feature will receive eial nttrntl.ui.
-Lewis Maililnt, M l, Hennlen, M..1. Papv.J. R. Nankin. J. E. Ray, J. B. Reed
n. 11. Keen.i.eo. rowel), v.. Al mci.ouii.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
III WeHtcrn North Carolina.
This Rank in authorized Ity tho State Treasurer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will he paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and eei tifirateH of deposit issued for same.
thought was at the bottom of the whole
mutter. The report called forth some
argument, but was finally adopted
It was apparentlv a small matter in
itself, but yesterday the subject wns dis
cussed freely on the streets, and in n great
manv cases Col. Itaird was censured for
his aliened interference in the mutter.
Erwin had Ken nn old soldier, said his
upportcrs. lie had fought through the
war, und now in his old uge it was only
right that he should hare the job. The
whole matter was characterized as
piece of spite work, and Erwin posed a
- UIKKCTORI 1
tier to hereafter address the once Miss
Magnolia Mott.
IIK TOI.U HIM HKLIKD,
And the Reaull Was) They Were
Itolh llefore the Mayor.
Alfred Stevens loaded himself to the
muzzle with the juice of the forbidden
fruit vesterdav nnd stnrted lor home.
.1 martyr. And he, also, was highly dis- 0n Ilis W.1V ,,wn Sinitl, Mllin strwt ,K.
picnscu. vol nairu wns nt me uotioin ,m.t nRClj Kobcrt Williams. The two
of it. lie laid. He Itnd nlwnyt antngon- Lilimt, i.imd. and Mr. Williams rrmon.
ued him. He spoke of his war record, stra(ei wj,, Stevens for hnvini: indulged
said lie still came.1 u Uall in Ins leg wl.icli frw,Vi ml pnthctiedlly referred to the
lie 11 u stopKU in oatlie. ami that ne was limt. l1ml hc wni stnid mtmKr of the
36 years old. .Iniri'li and I roil onlv in the slrati'lil anil
.Mr. Iiaml, cp.ileunminiliiiloi tnestorm niirrllw mh. Stevens did not take
that was brewing, appointed the man to kin(v t0 thc icturc n( jmimntej that
me niucc. 1 11c power nan men given to ,,e whole storv wns a lie nnd modified
On ail sums In this department, deposited for foar months or loader, interest at the rate I
of 4 per cent, per annum will lie paid. I
Special attrntlnn iriven to loan, on real estate, which will lie placed for loni; time on real I
sonalile terms,
Oiwn from ua m. to 3 p. ra. On Saturilnvs the Suvlni; lt-artment will Iteopetitill H p.nt
janl.lly
39-THE SHOE ST0RE.-39
REMOVED TO NO. .19 I'ATTON AVENI'E,
LEADERS
W. V. RARXA HI).
CEO. A. SHU FOR I),
Kev. J. L. 'AH ROLL.
I). C. WADDELL,
J V. SAWYER,
T. W. PATTO.V.'
RICHMOND PEARSON,
onus ANU KNOW.
Brown nnd Illair are now connecter
with the telephone line. Their numlx-i
is 75.
Several telephone wires were blown
down and a numlnr crossed during tin
beuvy storm of Friday morning.
Pntti Rosa has cancelled her AshevilU
date. She was to appear here on Feb
24, but can not do so because of othci
engagements.
One unfortunate appenrcd before tin
Mayor yesterday morning. He was ac
cused of carrying brass kuueks, and n
pocket was $13 lighter when he walked
down the stairs.
Tickets are now on sale at Sawyer's foi
the Emerson Stars, Tuesday. February.
lHth. Secure your seats early, as tin
favorable impression made by them
when lust here will insure them a full
house.
Young men nre invited to attend th
Song Service nnd Evangelistic Bible Class
which will be held at the rooms of tin
Young Men's Christian Association this
afternoon nt 4.30 o'clock. The subject
of the Bible class will be "Christ inSociul
Life." John II: 1 11.
RcIIkIoum Notice).
Central Methodist church Sunday
school at 0 30 a. in. Preaching by tin
pastor Rev. G. C. Rankin, at 11 a. m..
and 7.30 p. m.
Riverside nnd North Aslieville Metho
dist church Divine service ut North
Aslieville Sunday morning nt 11 o 'clink,
conducted by Rev, W. M. Kerr. At 7.30
by the pnstor C. M. Cumplwll. Sunilnv
school at 3 o'clock.
Riverside Service nt 11 o'clock, eon-
ducted by the pastor: Noservicent night.
Sundnv school nt 3 o'clock.
him. He had told the Council that ns
long as he was held rcsHinsihle for tin
.vork he thought he should appoint tin
man, and they had agreed with Inn:
I lis choice was J. W. L. 1'rutt, who hail
recently moved to the city from Georgia
itthoiigh he hail former Iv been a cilizci
acre, l or u month past lie had been em
ployed to look after the prisoners lit
.vork, nnd he hnd done his work well.
mil so he was appointed.
In the nfternoon Mr. Itaird was seen
nil askctl regarding the matter.
You may sav," hc said, utter being
told of the rumors afloat, "that as long
is I hold the office of Chief of I'olict
I intend to do us near what I think ismv
uty us I can, nnd when I have to bow
down to u certain party or clique I want
10 know it and I will resign."
"This is not spite work," he continued
The committee recommended the mould
ug of the two offices into one. 1 was in
truclcd to hire a compt tent man, and I
lid it. I do not consider Mr. Erwin 11
competent man. Mr. Pratt I do, The
former is not strong enough tn take
charge of prisoners, nnd the latter is.
"As for Mr. Erwin's war record, I do
not see what that has got to do with it
If he is in need of assistance I will put my
hand as deep down in my ockrt us any
lie of the men who accuse me of an in-
1 11st ice. I cannot appoint a man because
ue needs it. That would be a rank in
justice to the oplc, who cxicct to pay
ior work pcrlornicd and not a past war
record. 1 rcsiect n man who served in
thenrinv, but what we want now is a
man who will handle the prisoners nnd
take cure of the cells, nnd thut is just
what Mr. Erwin cannot do.
"There is one thing I have done since
I rnme in licit : I have tried to do my
luty, nnd I think 1 have. If I have not.
my shoulders are broad enough to hem
it.
That's where the matter stands just
now, und a pretty little political warfare
is likely to lie the result,
the term by prefixing several mimes, that
lie presumably learned in thc Bible class.
'Don't vmi tell me I lic,"exclaimcd Mr.
Williams, nnd he pushed Stevens away.
Just then he saw a nuinlK-rof stars and
the two men mixed. Williams' face was
Needing in two places when the officer I
arrived on the scene, und he presented n
sorry figure when he reached the court
room. A handful ol his long gray bcnnl
had been pulled out in the melee.
Mayor Blanton heard the case, and
upon .Mr. Williams statement lie was
discharged. His antagonist wns held
until he sobers off.
t'NiVKKsirv di:sthovi-:d,
SHOES
ALL GRADES,
-Ar
FINB
l-v
.nmmer.
r aln live Ahevl If at n.rtil
l-or turther Information write to
frlil 1 dm
It Blew a lirlck Wall Over. ' """
The wind storm of Friduy morning Mr. George nnderbilt hns at last de-
did considerable damage in and about eidcd the momentous question of nnming
the citv. I properly near the city. It is to be
A brick house on f ycamore street, called Hilton Forest nnd the house will
which is bcinn erected by A. Webber, be known 11s Hilton House. It is under
was the object of the fury, nnd twelve """"I that he hns mnde application to
feet of brick wall wns blown over.
Aiken, N. C
This deservedly popular resort among
the high pine lands -of South Carolina
attracts many visitorsdiiring the winter
and spring. For fuller information about
have the name ol Best changed to thnt
borne by his park. Thc name is un
doubtedly the result of the Inst syllable
ol his own name with the suffix "on'
Thc Lowndes Farm.
We nre rcu nested to state thnt this
the place read the statement presented I celebrated farm in Transylvania which
The CarelenM Handling of Miups
Causes a Heavy I.omm.
Toronto. February IS. Toronto uni
versity was lotallv destroved by tire to
night. The loss is $,"i(IO.6n0. 'Prepara
tions had been mnde lor the annual Von.
versnzionc," nt which 3.000 ncrsous were
cxH-cteil to lie present, and it was just
iH'lorc tne guests commenced tn arrive nt
7 o clock. Hint the hre broke out. The
building was not supplied with enough
gas jets, so that on any special occasion
t was necessary to light tip with lamps.
I wo men were enuaucd in carrvinu' tin
stairs six liglilcil lamps to lie put Indian-
tenets, when the man on the lower end.
(earing the lamps might full, let go his
liohi. 1 lie lamps lell and broke, nnd the
il spread all over the stairs nnd down
in the nlrenilv henvtlv oiled Hour. All
the buildings were destroyed. The h
nrnrv, worth 91110,000; thc museum
with its valuable specimens and curiosi-
ties, mnlheinniicnl instruments mid lur
niture, were all destroved. One dottiest ic
tvns sevcrlv burned. The property, iiiclu-
ling nil the buildings and contents was
insured in two companies, to the extent
II Hl,tHM.
It is estimated that the total loss will
be one million dollars. This includes a
lihrnrv valued nt $1(10,000 and all the
equipments which was grnrrnllr of tile
nmst modern si vie. 1 lie loss ol records
and historical and other documents and
miinv valuable patters lielonging to
President Sir Daniel Wilson cannot lie
si limited by dollars nnd cents, for they TT"T""tT7l
cannot be replaced, I vllvlvu
The Case of Crona and While.
News and onscrver.
Mr. W. R. Hrnrv arrived in the citv
vrsterdny evening. Before the supreme I
court proceeds witn us iinni jutiunient in
the case 01 cross nnd lute this niormnir.
Mr. Ilcnrv, of counsel for Cross nnd
White, will make n motion before the
court to the effect that judgment in the
ense De nrrested occniise a lutnl defect
hns Urn discovered in the record render.
tug the trial void and neccasilnttngnnew
trim 01 1 lie pnriics. Vie understand thut
many of the best lawyets in the Slate
have pronounced the point raised by Mr.
tunry at sound.
HATS.
Special Attention Given to ".Style" aitd "Ouallty" of Good.
Herring & Weaver, Ashcyillc, N. C.
SKYLAND SPRINGS
Only 8 JMilcM from AhIicvIIIc 011 the A. & 8. Railroad and
IlcndcrsoiiviUe Pike.
The irrratcst number and varlct) of mineral spring, to lie found In the Houth.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
inaiviieaie. iron, si iiiiiir rp.nm, alum, anil innKnriia. Several verv fine combinations,
thai are ua el in rutlna n-ilnrtin. liver and kl.lnev iroulile. chronic dvsentrrv. chr"nicdvs
n.'lisla anil ehrnnl,- sick hriidnrh,-. nn.- ,.. n.,-n.i.. a. i...u..i i. . 1 -.
ry. r lounrt. Muni are i.uvmiii hits to liiiild resort eot'uues mar the riiiK. Lots areiuld
- r" - in - ,irc iimi vne nunciai water. Hoard can be baa at
$20 to Sjo Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Rrfcrenrr.. te.tlrnonl-iln. etc , can lie had liv wrltlnK to th owner; or lietter vet, an
t ret l is invited to cume and try the w ater, tiieat iniiirovenicnta will be made
m. and return at 7 p. m. fare M iron.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland P. O., N. C.
GREAT MINERAL WEALTH
HxintR In the mtmnt'ifn of North Cnrolfna. and ft now brlnir rnphlly developed To meet
the ilftJinmlR of those nwilttit M-mrii! I'roiMTlii'a we hove ntmlf HrmnLTmrntt wlih Pl-
ilc I. Htck-ttn, itml luhii X. Hnni. Mt tnlluKimn. C'lfini-t-, niul MiniiiK Hnnmrcn, of New
York Citv, to MtiniiiH', HMmiy r:it! n-ioit iimhi nil tniuiiiM ftroilut'tit submitted by ui.
te lit-licvr thin arrnnucnirnt will be il mot nil.t ntaurtiu niir tn those nu nlnsr tinrls.
oped Mini rat I'rooertiex, nml will lc ul Rrrnt aNitiitumT in dinpt.iing of thc Mitne. Prof.
School of MiucH of Columbia College,
And hit a world-wide renutation. Thc nitnnlr fuel that hr lm Intrrraterl hr-ra will MMMaHrf
Iimweiiinte nttentiun.
Sample of mitiernlii will be forwarded for Immediate Iniipeetlon aa loon ai they are
brought to our oitue. If wtirth nnnlvii. a modi mtt fee will be ehartrnl. II worthiru. Ma
I thnrr will be maile. All nnalytiiai cliart;cn. in.ludinc
Gold, Silver, Iron, Copper, Tin, Corundum, Etc.,
Witt be Riven upon application. We make Mineral and Timlier LamU a apeeialtT.
JENKS So JENKS,
Real - Kstatc - and - Insurance.
Roonitt 9 &. 10, McAfee Illock, 28 Patton Ave., Aalicville.N. C.
W. T. fSNNIUAK
PENNIMAN & GO,,
JOBBSSS A.n BSAI.ES. in
W. S. rSNNIUSK.
HIAiRiDiWIAIRTE"
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
AOENT8 POR
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO..
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, M0LINE SCALE CO
ENGINES. SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
ASHFV1IIP SMIA WATPP CAPTflDY
nvnisiiLLu vuun iinii.il inulUllli
217 Haywood Street.
All WATI.ll TIIOROI GIILV I II.Ti:ri:o on the PremiHcn.
Twenty five y.nr. of iimoll, ul eiericiire. comlilnrd with psssonal attention to all dr.
tail, of the limine., and iwrfret arransrmcnt. for cli ani.inss and resiTV of all aoods
manufnrtured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a suM-rlnr rlass oi
Carbonated nevrrnKc..
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siplions.
Olnirrr Ale and all tbc vnriou. flavors of 8()I)A WATHK ready for shipment and rt.llverrd
free In City Mailt.. Out if town order tnu.t have piin.ihli refrrrniv.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
MEATS AND POULTRY
At Popular Prices,
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
Bt'CCBHHOKH TO
Weekly Rank Mtaicment.
V.tt Vn.v P.l,..iv 1 X Tl.j. uimLIl
t. .k. . i.......CI....i:..l.l B..LI- c..i 1 : J r. i.r. : . "V" .' 'I
"J " P""l" 1 in a nils ueen niirertiseii mr anie nir somctiiiir 1 nntlK Sintenirni IS nS I0II0WS
the most popular hotel of the pluce in
this niorninu's C'itizrn.
AT THE ASHEVILLE MEAT MARKET,
MARBLE X0. 18 NORTH COURT SQl'AKH. FRONT.
WESTERN DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Telephone Call 4.
-IN E Wi GOO DSN
SHEPARD. MANN k JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO
NO. 87 PATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer,
And Undertakers.
I'runipt attrntlnn (riven to alt orders, day or nluht
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
pn.t, will lie willidrnwn Irom the ninrket Neserve, ri.irensc JU..10I,HnO JtlHt III, aild We iirC GoinCT to Sell XllCm. Plaul and SPClflcatlon Furnished OU Application
if not dispose.! or within the tint few 'nnn' WA a.iwi , ,.,
tloyl. &teTdr-8,2hm22 " " ' DOn"""C' l"nn" Wt ,horoM,", aKh",,n ,n M wh0 r PHe, la the,
-, OMJ Wot0n ' ffi?"&:Z lllifZ ni"h"''-"'--'"-'"'-''"-'ouKhtfor.e..,hne.,.,f,n..,na.n,,of,hen, hu.ine... W, e.o ..fe,y .narsnte, our patron. .n.,.f.e,. in our work, a lo. ..ure.
Cimilntion, Incrense
Just received rmlirutilrries, luces nnd
1 : - 1 u-i.:i.
"""""" Possy Found Not Onllly.
Ttt nssnlsin psrk Hotel, Hoi I The trinl of A. E. I'tisey, Jr., for the kill- The bnnks now hold $7,407,100 in ex
t c 1 - . ing of Furmnn Forest at Hcndcrsonville cess of the 20 percent, rule.
tu. k... ...i.i. u it,. 1 L terminated yestcrdnvafternoon. Thede-
aljun lnnt water and Derfecl snnitnrv nr. fendnnt wns found not auiltr. The ense
rnnurments. wns nlilr contested and en used much wnre will lie offered nt nhnre discount "'snte er. pair,
1 ne scenery is oenu itui. climate mucn Mciitmtnt at Hendersonville. forensh. I nm nifent for Keed nnd llnr-
milder tnnn Aslieville, there beinn no
harsh winds and nodusl toirritntc weak
thrnntsnnd luns.
The bnths in mnrlile pools nre the fin
est in the world nnd the thcimn! wnters
are an unexcelled Siecihc for rheumatism,
(out, scinticn, nervous exhnustion and
all diseases of skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside ut the ho
tel. Trnlns leave Aslieville for Hot Springs
at 7.3t a. m., .au ana 7 p. m
ton's, the best plntrd wnre inndc. and
Mrs. Arthur Hrnoks will contribute an enn supply the wholesale and retail
nrtiele on "The Berkley I.nilie.' Athletic I trnrlc at fnctorr pruTS. Stn-ctnllv low
Club" to the numlr of Ilnrper'i Ynunu; prliTi nre offcretl on all lines ap;nods for
I'eonle tn lie published helirunrv Irtth. me snme time nr 1. 11, law,
"Empty Dottles'' a story of a (treat mn- 87. 80 and 61 8. Main s
gtrinn and nn nml.itious stui'enl writ-1
ten nnd Illustrated nv Howard I'vle. will "
n linear in the snme number, A fine fnrm on Swnnnnnna. six miles
out 01 tne eity. nm tnnenspnrt pnv,
In Ilnrprr'a Mngntine for March, city lots. If not sold at once will rent 'it
10,ao0 cn,t "thin and s half, and will lie sold the same way. We ant fluent, for some of the lar.
test factories in the aouth and inn sell you Horor-mnde Jean., all wool filled, for less than
you can set them from anv other .tor. in h ui.. u- l .u . .
S Per Cent Off. ' ' y "
Till March 1 t all silver plntcd hollow ' " "y" " ,uw """" " n" 0,n" fnc,or '
A great many of our gooils were honght at suction snd late In the
se.soa. so we ran Mil them lower than you will And them at any other store In the Bute.
Try and see. I'rlees made In the store.
Aslieville Dry Goods Co.,
IT North Main street. 1st door below I'ennlmnn's Hardware Rtnre,
J. O. HOWItf.L., Manat-er.
BALLARD,
RICH
n-MHrtl
& BOYCE.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent IIang;cra,
Onirics Dudley Wnrner will review the! lor one yenr.
Excursion tickets, incltidinit one dny'sl us nra of tils Ftta fitirl I Iip fti rvan 11 1 ttrtt tint I
bonrd nt Mountain I'nrk hotel, IV60.
n.isTic, Blanton & Co,
For rates etc.. address
Adr. W. 0. Doolittli.
Our New Vork Bologna will
plcaae thc moat faatldlouA.
MARTIN'S MARKET.
Harris and Foster kid eloves also sole Table linens, towels, napkins, dailies
nitentifor Centemeri kid gloves, Whit- ""a crushes nt Whltlock's,
!' I ... . " .
-in. 1 n'"c. tec van at ATiar.
Flneat Turkeys and Chick, tin' Market, and sec the very
cuaat MARTIN'S MARKliT. I choicest Meats.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY,
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTT'S LUMBER YARD.
Electric Cars Pass Office Door.
A. II. & C. K. LYMAN. tlivnPrs.
Janll dim is sua
Paints, Oil. and Varnishes, Msiury's Mixed Paints anil Colors.
French and Americas
W keen In Mock . I.nnl..nd Kentnrkv lnd.
Window Ola., both
Mindly
THE "BONANZA"
THK LKADINO '
WINE AND . LIQUOR STORE .
. IN THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I lft IA A 1 A laa jko ask........ .....
j. a. iiabovardt, M'cr. NU. 40 5. MAIN o .. ASHcVILLL I. C
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