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CITY DEPARTMENT.
A PKKCOCIOV OFFICER.
FOVR KI.OOVKNT EDITORS,
II. T. COLLINS. President.
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Meteorological Report
For tlit 24 hour ending nt 0 p. m.,
February 1R, 1890:
V. 8. ttlONAL &HRV1CH STATION,
Wlnyah Sanitarium, Asheville, N. C.)
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" PRBC1P1TATION. HAROMBYliR. "
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mciiedsnuw ucptn. iiaiiy Menu
lachca Inches HO 0.1
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WIND. WBATHKH
liircvlton. I'orce iscaieu to to
tUkSU I I ) Pali- .
Olonc Of poaslble amount, afl per cent.
KARL VON KICK. M. U .
Observer.
The Weather To-Day,
Washington. February !!. Indica
tion for North Carolina Thrrnteninif
weather und ruin in the northeastern
portion; fair weather in the remnining
portion; itationary temiernture; cant
eriv winui.
PitaMNAI, MENTION,
W. H, I'owcr, of I'urtlaiul, Me., ist nt
the Swannanoa.
Mrs. W. T. Tnylor, uf Jtrw.v t'itr, in
Ktuppinx at the Mattery.
I!, T. Jones, of Pnltimure, i sciuliiiRH
few uay at the Grand Central.
Creo. A. McCurdell, of Wentfield, Miisn.,
is u jcueat.of the Urund Central.
Mr. C. B. Clark, of Cleveland, in pad-
mg a few pleaaant week at the flattery
(.!. B. Wilwin and wife, of Waterbary,
Conn., are enjoying the luxuries of the
Uattery.
George Young, of Cooper, wua in the
city yesterday. He wits nt the Oand
Centrul.
Mr. und Mm. Henry l Taylor, sun and
maid, of New York, hit uucsia of the
Hnttery.
Mr. and Mrs. fi. W. Channery, child
and maid, of Brooklyn, are resorting at
Huttery l'ark.
Misses M. II, and J. M. Smith, of 1'itts
linrg, ure sirndinx a fi w weeks nt the
Swannanoa.
Mrs. H. M. Forrester und Miss l). Dai
sied , of Brooklyn, are nt the Hattervaucl
will lie until the warm weather of spring
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. 1'riee nrrived
in town last evening, and are staying at
Miss Uano's, on French llroad avenue.
Among the gucs's of Battery l'ark who
will ieni. some time in the city are Mr.
and Mrs. L. C.Johnson, ol Philadelphia
V. C. Arsell, for some time local man.
agerof the Standard nil company, leaves
to-day for I'anville, where in the future
he will look after the interests of his
house.
onba ad kndm.
Washiiigtoti's birthday ocvurs on Sat
urday. The Ashcville Hrick and Tile company
is of recent formation iu the city.
A. M. I'ickens und Victoria Mclean
were granted a marriage licence yester
day. Tear trees, which, however, uic nut
very numerous in the city, hit in full
bloom.
The ling that llouts from the National
bank, has seen its best days. It is tin
more n thing of beauty.
The gas was turned on last night for
the first time since the explosion. It
gives general satisfaction.
The top season ha begun iu curiK-sl in
Ashcville, and every corner lias its crowd
of small boy engaged in the interesting
spurt.
Secretary Andersen will conduct the
young men' meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
room thU evening. The subject is"llcnr
ing and Doing."
A man named Musler was brought to
the city yesterday charged with selling
whiskey nt Hominy without a licence.
He gave bail for hisnppearancein March.
After the first of March every room in
Battery Park i engaged until the first ot
June. Over 200 have lieen refused ac
commodations during those months in
the past few weeks.
Three cases were in the Mayor's court
yesterday mnruing. Two were charged
with disorderly conduct nnd the third
with carrying cuncculed weapon. The
amount of the lines imposed was $!.
' A Rllli Team Urcanlaeel.
In the past lew day rifle team has
been orgnniied among some of the young
men of the city, and after a few weeks
preliminary iractice they will challenge
every team in existence, and it is their in
trntiou to bring honor and glory to
Asheville. The officer have not yet been
chosen, but the day fur practice have
been. The shoot will occur weekly and
on Friday. The team meet for the first
time to-morrow afternoon.
The Asheville Coal Comnuny now
have (lock of nut coal for stow at
94.no per ton delivered.
The MaatilalH larh Motel, Mol
prlnora, M. d
Is firstclns in every particular, with
the beat tanas in the boutn. 1'ure nnd
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
rangements.
The scenery Is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate wenk
throat and lung.
The bath In marble pool arc the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled specific for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion nnd
all disease of skin and blond.
. excellent physician reside nt the ho
tel. Train leave Asheville fur Hot Springs
at 7. HO n. nt., 4.3H and 7 p. m.
excursion ticket, including one day'
board at Mountain Hark hotel, $4.Bo,
For rate etc., address
AJr. W. 0. Poolittlk.
OwNewVork Brioarnwlll
pica- the bmM faatldltsu.
Ajmivs MAiuurr.
He Arrested MaHle Jackson on
atnrdav Might Laat.
There is an officer in Walhnlla, S. C,
who i possessed of a foresight truly re
markable. When Mnttie Jackson left
Asheville by the light of the moon, and
Detective leaver sent out a reward and
description, oue was sent to Walhnlla,
and yesterday morning Mr. Denver was
surprised to receive a telegram from that
station informing him that the woman
was there.
"We have the Juckson woman, sure,"
it read. "Arrested her on Saturday
night. Shall we bring her on ?"
Because the robbery was not commit
ted until Sunday in.irning, und the
woman was arrested the night before,
Mr. leaver is of the opinion that it is
hardly the much missed Matlie.
That is all that was heard of the
woman yesterday, and the prospects for
her immediate capture are not overly
luminous.
The suspicion thut she is iu hiding in
the city was strengthened yesterday by
u mail carrier. On the day before he had
put n lcttrr addressed to the woman in
the box on her door. It was locked, and
on the following day the letter was not
there. It is thought that there is only
one key to it in existence mid that the
woman sent for her mail.
IT WAs ftOT THK MAN,
A tlllck a windier Who la Mol l.tke
l lo he Caught.
Shrrill K. 11. Williams, of Middles-
borough, Ky and Jud Kceder, assistant
chief of police of Knoxville, were in tin
city yesterday. They had just returned
from u trip to Plymouth, where they
went to look over u man who was under
arrest und thought to be C. 1,. I'aton
who touched up hanks in the two places
to something like the tune ot ?'.'o.nnO.
Although he iinswered the description
well the suspect was not tlie man wantei
nnd the two wtn on the wuy to their
homes when they reached Asheville.
I'aton was a sw indler of remarkable
shrewdness. He oiened n real elate
office in Midillcshorotigli anil rapidly got
into the confidence of the sol ill men of the
town. Then he began n system of suc
cessful forgeries, and when he left one
night lie carried $Ui,ooo with him, the
result of his rascalitv. The same scheme
was curried out in Knoxville, and now
he shows his cunning by keeping out ol
the wnv of the officers.
Me Thlnka he bss a siorderer,
The chief of police at Statesville is sure
he has Kilwanl Koach. who is wanted at
Middlcsborough, Kv., and wired Vice
tive IVnver to that effect on yesterdav
Later he telegraphed from Hickory tlm
the man was there, mid asked if he
should bring him oil.
Koach is wanted at Middlesboroiigh
forn murder committed on t ictoher 1 2,
and $llli reward was offered for his
capture.
Mice n man answering his description
was iu the citv. He was arrested, but
easily proved his identity and wiis al
lowed to go.
For mealing Clothing.
Nancy Hum II was brought to the city
from Hay wood county last Tuesday eve
ning to answer to the charge of stealing
some clothing from the home of W.
Taney on Momlav last. She remained in
jail over night and upon the payment ol
the costs was discharged yesterday morn
ing.
A Fine One,
We are indebted to Mr. John Zui hury
fora noble wild turkery which he brought
us yesterday from Transylvania, nnd
which was shot near Brevard. It i not
exactly u leuten diet, but such a line bird
must be properly attended to. Mr.
Zuchnry lias our hcaity t'iai,ks for his
remembrance of us.
only a Woman' Nerie,
Mollie Toff is accused of moving Into a
house on Itniley street without first ask
ing or receiving permission of the ow ner.
It is claimed that she ha occupied the
dwelling for two week nnd yesterday
Juttke Israel issued a process by w hich
it is thought she will move out.
TMK WF.sif icKNMOl'TF..
Mr. Richmond Pearstou Makes m
l.lheral Proportion.
t'nlll Mrgiitcr.
The I 'anbury 1'osl-Krpurtrr isdoinitoll
InitiiHiwer to turn tlie Punville nnd
(vast Tennessee route through Stoke
county, N. C. II says: Mr. Kichniond
I'enrson proposes to live the company
one-half of his valuable mineral property
here if the road is constructed on the pro
jected line through this county.
This is u valuable miperty, embracing
several thousand acres of fine iron and
timber lands, it being estimated that it
will tie worth IIoO.immi to S'JOU.OMi. It
extends ten miles or more just along the
magnetic iron Is It which crosses the
county from near I'restnnville to the
Surry'line nenr West field. If the Danville
and Bust Tennessee company build direct
from Madison to Mount Airy their road
will not be at any place hardly two mile
from the lead. Ipon entering the county
near Madison it will Is? a short distance
south of tlie lead, and nt Westneld a
short distance to the north of it, while
in the center of the county it will jwiss
through what Prof. Smith says in his re
port he considers the center uf value
nlunir tin lend, or tone, six orelvht miles
from here, being lust along the margin of
Dan nver at tlie base or the iron bills
And it is thought that other parties
wno own one nunurea to two nunami
properties, embracing 30,000 to 40,000
acres of mineral and timber lands lust
along the lead or belt can 1 induced to
take a targe proportion of the value of
their properties in this Danville nnd Rnst
Tennessee road.
A Negro Ravlaher Captared.
Kxnivii.Llt, Tenn., February 10. Yes
terday afternoon, Jake Staple, a negro
who ha been working for a farmer
named Rule Iwls, nenr Heiskells station,
12 miles from this city, took advantage
of the husband' absence and attacked
Mr. Lewis in a criminal manner. After
a desperate struggle the henil accom
plished his purpose. Staples fled but was
pursued by infuriated men and women,
lie wns captured and Is now tied securely
in the depot in fleiskrlls. Ikisens of
armed men are nocking In, and although
an effort will be made to bring the pris
oner here it is thought he will be lynched.
How They Delighted a Recent
Banquet In Charlotte.
The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
banquet is not of special importance to
our renders, but we will clip for them,
from the Charlotte Democrat, what
Christians says ubout the swcches of
four editors who ate, drank ami were
merry at it :
Joe Caldwell, scared to death, sin ten :
crammed and bumping like Bill Nye's ,
brnin during the grip against the ratten-:
of his cranium. But just the sumc he got j
there und talked good, gritty sense lor
the Suice of five minutes on the subject ;
of the State Press. He had his speech :
down fine, took his time, nnd took his
audience. He was felicitous, sensible nnd
of pathetic touch. Joe Caldwell, the
man is so beloved in Charlotte that he is
half of an eloquent speech in himself.
Robert Ilitydii : This gentleman urose
after vociferous calls in a "biled" shirt
and a spiked-tailed coal, the only one in
the room. lie had a full rnWiunr
und a short S)icech and n face much like
nnd as handsome as IK- la Kuchrs Na
poleon. His sicecli was racy, timely,
and cut off in three minutes, and to tell
the truth took the town. It was con
sidered the gem of ll e evening, and came
from a man who, with proper apprecia
tion, ill in time to come lie tnCharlotle
what ('rudv was to Atlanta.
W. I). Christian was culled on: he
arose, spoke, nnd, to the delight of his
audience, snt down.
Wade Harris was called on enthusiasti
cally and made an eloquent address, but
unfortunately not a word of it could fie
heard by the audience, iienr ma wane,
we don't love him for his enemies, but for
his friends who arc unanimously so in
this burg.
The Statesville Landmark savs: "Mr,
Haydn made the brichtest speech of the
evening una negatived tlie prevalent iiiea
that a man cannot both write nnd Sienk
well. The manner as well as the matter
of his speech was admirable, but really
his person is so good to look upon that
one loses much of what he says through
considering the physical man.
itTATK NKWS,
ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS.
-EJELLICO COAL,
i AT RETAIL, i
For Grate, $5'
For Stoves, $45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
for sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASIIEVIIXE COAL, COMPANY
Telephone 36a
litolusive A ill 1111, I tunicitle and Ktenm I for Western .North ChiuIIuii.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPA
J'urw intuit!
Pattern Avenue.
from Dirttillod Wuter. Office:
I). l Waddku,,
I'rrtriitrtit,
W.W.l.All.NAllI..
Vice President.
LAWKKNCEPn
Cnshler.
The N'ews ibserrcr says: The follow
ing sheriffs have settled with the Slate
Treasurer: William Propst. sheriff of Ca
barrus countv, $H,730. 14 : . H. Mcl.aiii,
sheriff of Jackson county, $2,liM0.l!7; J.
K. Barnard, sheriff of Currituck countv.
$1, 114.21.
There is no appeal to the siipi einccoiirt
in the case of John P. Davis, the while
man w ho is to he hanged 111 Pittsborn.
March 2Sth, for the murder of John A.
Morton. It is learned that Davis is 11 na
tive ol Pennsylvania, but he has been in
North Cnrolina some years.
The Murphy Advance says: Jailer
Simmons has two new boarders to tuke
care of. A man and 11 woman giving
their nanus as tiordon and wife. ior
dnn is a negro nnd the woman is white.
They claim to be married, but there is 11
law against the intermarriage of the
blacks and whites, nnd hence the arrest.
The l-enoir Topic says: We learn that
persons are biivint! up nil the chestnut
oak, water oak and dogwood timber on
the Yndkin, to he floated down and
to lie e-iuuht in a boom nl Wilkeshnni,
Kryin there it will be shipped bv rail.
The railroad company had fifteen or
twentv hands at work for two or three
days, last week, building a side I nick
past the furniture factorv to the Wilson
Lumber Company s lumlrr-vurn.
The Murphy Advance bus this to say
of the progrecs of the work on the W. N
C. railroad, now steadily approaching
Murphy:
The grade of the W. . C. has been
completed to a Miint two miles west nl
Marble with the exception of a few
points, that oil account of the recent
rains could not Ik worked. The present
terminus ol the road is at Long romcut
near Ynlleytown. Track laying has been
siisandeil lor the present on i.ccount ofn
trust wing created bv eastern capital
ists on bar iron. It advanced rapidly
and the K. &; D. declined to pnv fancy
prices for it. Tile hack bone of the trust
is nearly broken now. mid you muv look
for track laying to lirgiu earlv in tlie
Sprinir. Tliere will then be fifteen or
eighteen miles of track ready for iron.
The 1 harlot le Chronicle says: dipt
Win. Crier, of tliiscitv, has received from
D. B. Kay, who was acitirenofCharlotte
in lornur ilnys, out who is now living
in Ciunteinala, Central America, a letter
and n number ol cunosities Irom that
country. Among the latter ure some
smnll silver coins called "reals" whose
value in our money 1 3(s cents, speci
men of crystnliicd unarm, maninture
stones, which are far similes of thestones
of thnt country, a sprig of coffee, figures
srpreseniing inoiun women carrying
thing to market, n stweivs of prrsiin'mon
which measures I", niche in length, and
many other articles. Mr. Kay say 70
American scnnoi teacher have lately
been added to the college in Guatemala.
SiKskinif of the new depot tolieerected
nt Kiilcigh, one of the pressing needs of
tlie city ana ol travelers, the News and
unscrvcrsavs:
Work will be commenced a Soon as
tlie ground is cleared. Notice ha been
served on the occupant ol houses
on the site to vacate them at unee. nnd
as will be seen in this issue of the New
and Observer the house have been ad
vertised for sale. Tlie dcaigu for super
si ruction will also be drawn bv an ar
chitect a toon 11 it is needed, ll is uu-
derstootl thnt the Atlantic Coast Line
has nut in Us application to assist in
building the depot 11 it expect to run
into Knkiiili. If no there will probably
be a 7.VMi depot instead of n JoO.ihmi
one.
A Mad Death.'
Wlnstua Dally.
A Daily reporter was informed this
morning by tlie eintincer on the Kounoke
and Southern road of a horrible as well
as a sad death which occurred on I'ridny
night Inst nt Wnlnul Cove.
A Kcntlcmnn named Win. Lune wosout
hunting with n rifle and on returning
home met up with nnother grntlemno,
when the two stopped and got into a
conversation. The gentleman with the
gun blew hi breath in the munlc of hi
ride wherciiKin the gun went off, the ball
passing through in nenu, killing niiu In
tantlv.
Maaonle Notice.
A regular communication nf Asheville
Lodge No. 10. A. I', and A. M will lie
held this (Thursday 1 evening. Brethren
of the fraternity cordially invited.
J. A. Cokant, rsv
PERFECT PATENT PASTRY. WHITE LIGHT.
"ROLLER KING,"
"ELECTRIC LIGHT,"
' CAROLINA BELLE,"
I'OITLAK ItKAXDSOK VWVH MADK IN" ASHEYILLK.
('ll()iri: ()UN MEAL AXIMIKAHA.M VWVH.
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Corn and Outs in Bulk and Bags. Telephone NO. 36.
LllWI MAIUil'X, I'm
I.. I'. McLOl', Vlee-I'ns.
I. B. RANKIN. Cashier.
nisacToss: Iwls Mmlilnn, M.J. ncunlrn, M.J. Kugx. J. H. Kunkln.J. II. KarJ. li. Reed
rt. II. Reed, Oto. 6. Powell. C. M McLuud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Orifanistd May 1st. 1NHS,
C A P I T A L. 5,(M K). S U R P L U S, S15, H M)
State County and City Depository-
tun h (icnrrul Hanking nation. ttrpoiHU rrcHrcd. t!ichane tinnght ittiil aolil. Cul
'return ntatlc on nil atxcMtblc poiiitt. The Saving Feat arc wilt tvei-lve vedal nttenUin.
f )n oil nm tn Ihit tlepartment, ileptjiH fnr ftiur nnmtliii tir InniLyrr, Itilrpfitt nt the rntt
of 4 wr cent, iter annum will be paid.
SiKviiil attention iriven tn lunnn on nral cut ulr, hleh will lie lmv1 lor Imiu time tut real
uuablc term.
Open ff'im P n m. U li p. m. On 8atunla. the Huvltiu fin tmeut will In hh till p. ni
Juuldl.v
CAPITAL, $150,()0().
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVII
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST KA
In Went or 11 Nor III Carol inn.
This Hunk in nutiiorixt'il l.v iw Ntiik'Tit'iisuivi'tor
Stfitc Tuxch I'roni Slicrifl'H, inul receipt for hjiiiio.
hitt'if'Kt will In jmiii on iiuhii'V iloisit'il ftii' four 111
or loii'l', ;iihI I'ci'titii ntt's of deposit issued for snine.
ItlKI-.lTOKM I -
. W. HAKNAKI).
(WAK A.SHI'FUI).
Kv. .1. L. ('AIIKOMj.
I). ('. WADDKLK.
.1 I'.SAWYKK.
T. W. PATTON.
KM HMONI) VKM
39-T H E SHOE S T 0 R E -39
. KliMnVlili Ti 0.:t'.i I'.MTiiX .WV.Sl V..
LEADERS
shoes
I 1 -.V-
alJ'"rl LL CR0E8'
A? rt. 'W IIMi
erI f
4 'i
as rer Cant On.
Till March 1st all silver nlnted hollow
ware will be offered at above discount
tor cash. I am agent lor Reed and Mar
ton , the beet Dinted ware made, and
enn supply the wholesale and retail
trade at Inctory Drier. Snec a v low
prices art oflered on ull lines of good for
tue mute time ny I. ll. law.
01 ft. M
07. SU and I
tniu t.
The Asheville Coal Co. now
have a Mock of Nut Coal for
0toTen at 94.30 per ton dellv
ered.
LadleePlcaae call at Mar.
Finest Turkeys and Chick, tin's Market, and see the erv
ens at MARTIN'S MAKltBT. 1 cnoiceirt Meata.
II ATS.
Special Attention (ilven toNtyle" and "Quallly" ofuood.
Herring & Weaver, - Anheville, N. C.
SKYLAND SPRINGS
Only 8 Mile from Aahevllle on the A. Ai (. Railroad and
Heiideraonvllle Pike.
The arrnlrl mul.lirr ninl iiirlet.v of mini nil arinm to It lotniil In the South.
48 Spring on Lckh Than 40 AcreH,
C'hitl.ibeute. iron, xi'pliur. rt.nui. alum, anil iinIKtirla. Srcml vrrv line enil,nnll,,n.
that arc us-d in eurniK in,llKetiou. liver anil Itiilnev trouble, ehronie rt'ysenierv, chronic il vs.
pefiaia and chronic irk hriidnrhe. line .irini mrntl.i dvclow,l i. the areateat tnnlrwnirr
ever found. Mnny lire Imylnii Iota to I111II.I rraorl eotliiKc. nenr the KnrinKa l.ouaresold
at nominal iri ra tu mlv.rilai the iln.r anil the minenil unter. Ilnnrd can In- hail nl
Sao to a,o Per Month, or i Per Day.
KdVniiu-rs, ti-ailm,.iiiala. etc.. eun lie hud l.y writing t the owner: or larll.r et. Hiivonr
lntrrest,'il la liolird to romr und try the wHti-r. r.rent iniiimvrnienta will lie' inintr next
atimrnrr.
Trains Ic.vr Aahrtlllr at (t.o.1 a. ill. and rrlnrtl at T n. in l.ire L'.t tenia.
Tor hirther iiil.,rinioioii write to
OTIS A. MILLER.
' 1 Skyland P. O., N. C
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
117 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROl'UHLV I ILTHRKD on the PremlaeM.
Twnt.nvr yeiira ol prueiK-nl rvierirnir, cotnliineil with I'Knoosai. ntirntiun In all ih
tails of the tnialiuaa nnd pen't-et nrruuKrnieata for ei.SAM.lMi.a and rinrv of ull nooila
manufactured, euulilc the iri,irlrinr to pninl to (da nioucrnus finlruna a iiHrlor clna of
CurbuRutrd Ilrveriort-a.
Vichy nnd Seltzer Water In Siphon.
ilner Ale and all the union, riuvora of KOHA V ATKK ready for shipment mid di'llvered
(re In City limits, out of tow a orders nuiat hur hhhpomuiii.k rrfrnrnee.
C. H. CAMPBKLL.
CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY
At Popular Priced,
AT THE ASHEVILLE MEAT MARKET,
MARHLK-SO. 1 NORTH C'ol'UT SuLARI-.-FRONT.
WESTERN DRESSED DEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Telephone Call 4.
(2 It EAT MINERAL WEALTH
ICxiHiH in the moniUitini til North CiiroMnu, inul Ih now 'kIii rapidly ilr veltKl.
the drnuuidH ut thtiw nw niii)t Mimral l'rnH-rtii, wr luive tumle iitriuiicenirnla wl
tie I, kitkftttt, and John N. hunk-, Mi-trillur.Ut4, 1 hiitWt. ami Mitihtj F.ituinevr
Vurk City, to untnpte, aay mul rcpnrl umii all uiittitiK pmdtirts HUlimittrdhv u.
Wr lielifve thin Hrrtnijim-i.t Ik- a nm-t ad -iiin:ruu one to tin. owning
"IkiI Mimral I'roiH'rlU', nnd will lie ol Kn-at aMMNtamv in iliapotdiit of the am
Hit ki lt Inn t-hitrtie ot' the ct Ulirutt U
School of MluciH or Columbia College
And hat 11 vtld-M Idr rtiitntatioii. 1 hv 4iitip1t- Tnet th.it he In iiitemstrd here will v
imtneOtate attention.
Samplen ol iniiuTiilt will lie furwiirilrd tor tin tnnliit tf IiiHHVtlon u miofi am 1
lii-iiiiKht to our otKce. It" worth muily-ia. n iiohUthu- I'te will Ik- elmririil. If wort'
rhnw will tie mnde. AM ttiinlj tk'iil cliart. iiiclutliuu
tioldf Hllvcr, Iron, Copper. Tin, Corundum, Ktc
U'l I U clvrn upon nppllrntioti. Wt incikr Mlnrrul and Timhrr l.nntN h peeltttty.
sJENKS & sJENKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Rooiiih 9 io, McAfee Block, a8 Patton Ave.', Asheville
'. T. I'KNNIUtS
W. . fSNM
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JIISBIKS ASP lUtALKSS IX
:hia,r:d'w;'MR!e
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Al'.UNTS I'llU -
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SC
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
iiii.iti
IN EW! GOODS!-
Just In, and We are Goino; to Sell Them.
All kinds of liry lluods. Kutiuna. Htcas ilnods, (llnaliaina, liomcstle, Jeana, Clunuel,
Blankets, Khocs, lluots, llala-lot.oftlicin ImiukIiI for leas thnu en.l ufniuklun. Koine of them
t llothlnu and a half, aud will lie sold the suuit wny. Wr ure smnta fur snine nf tlie lur-
rt factories in the Oouth and ean sell you Home-made Jeans, all wool ailed, for leas than
run ean get them from any other state In the Blair. We keep UKAIUM'H IIOMII klAIHt
HIIUKH. and will alvf you any style ut as low prices as any other factory la the Htntr, and
Stiarnntre every pair. S arrat muny nf our guilds were uuuiilil at uucliod and lair. In the
season, sow ean sell them lower than you will Oml tlirin lit any other store in the clinic.
Try and see. I'rkvs nimlr Iu the store.
Anhevllle Dry Goods Co.,
IT North Main street, tat dour Iwluw I'tiioliluiu's Hardware llture,
J. O. HOW If I, L, MannKcT.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
Rl'CCUMSOM Til
SHEPARD, MANN a JOHNSON, AND THE ILAIR FURNITURE CO '
NO. 37 TATTON AVF.NTU.
Whtdesalc and Retail Furniture Deal
And Undertakers.
Kr I'rouipt attention ulvcn to all nnters, dav or nluht
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTII
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCUIT12CTURAL, IRON WOR
Plans and Specification Furnlslied on Appllca
We hare thuruunb aiechanies In tucli tins who lime hud muny years' eiwrlcnee
btislnesp. Wr can sslrlr Kuarautee our palrom satisfaction in our work, a luw aui
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING". ESTABLISHED 1688.
OFFICE WITH YARD, M NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTT'S LUMBER YARD.
Rlectrlc Cars Pass Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners.
JsuilN d.lni ri ton '
BALLARD, RICH
r.utnillv
& BOYCE.
FITZPATRICK BROS, & R0BERTS0I
Dealers In Wall Paper, WlndowSliadvsuiidPiilentMaui
I'lilnla. Ull. slid Varnbhca. Mnsury's Mlaed I'alnls anil Colors. Window lllass
t'rcnih and Ancrleaa
We keep In stuck Ht, Luulsnnd Kenliickr I-ead. au
THE "BONANZA
. TUB LRADIMU '
WINE.. AND .'.LIQUOR , STORI
IN TUB STATU. ' ,
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MAHQVAMDTi M'a'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., AVtUE,
u- - .laar.J.aM-a

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