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STREETS TO BE BUILT.
THF.V WII.I. 11K IN NORTH.
Pltena oftlie Aitlievllle Loan, Con
atructlou and Improvement Co.
-Thmrct'Ula be Seven! v feel
Wide The New Htreet Car Line
lo toe Built If I'ermUnlon la Ob.
The ABlievillc I.onn, Construction ami
Improvement conia iv will noon bein
active operations on their proucrty in
the northwestern port of the city.
This enmpnny owns about COO acres
of luml. about 400 iim-s of which are sit-
tinted on thi side of the French Bronil
and the ri-iiminiler on the western side.
The company will hnilil about three miles
of streets ut lime ami have nlreuuy
vertised lor bids on the work.
The principal street to be oeucd ia the
proposed extension ot Aciidciny street.
This extension will lie-in at the present
northwestern tei minus of Academy street
nnd will run to the northern citv limits.
Here it will divide into two branches, one
ol which will run west to the river, nt
Pearson's bridge and the other almost
north to the old Huncoinbe turnpike be
low J. K. Kccd's mill. These streets will
be seventy liet ill width. The lenytll 'l
the street to I'liirsiiu's briilp; is about
one mile and the one running to the old
turnpike will be one .1 nil a quarter milts
An extension of what is now Known as
Magnolia A vc.ruimiiiK through the Tay
lor property and parallel with North
Main Street! will also lie built. This ex
tension will -1111 mirth totheold turnpike
also. It will lie "o liet wide. The com
panv will set out a row ol shade trees 011
each side of these avenues. Other streets
intersecting those above mentioned will
be built later.
The company is now laying out twoor
three parks, wlin.li will lie pinntcu 11;
grass and left open to the public. A tew
neat dwelling nouses will tie mini 011 1111
Mr. Oco. S. I'owell. president of tin
company, says that the street car line,
for which he has made application to tin
board of alilcrnun lor a right ol way will
be built at once if iktiiiissioii is granted
by the board. 1 he hue will run from tin
corner of I'attou avenue and llaywooo
street, at the government building, out
Haywood and Academy streets and on
the' proposed extension of Academy
Mr. I'owell also savs that the streets
to lie built now will lie finished in aboui
The company to which this proiert
belongs will spend .1 great deal of tinu
and money improving it.
OI- Tl JIPKRANCK,
Tile ;ralil II1hIoi In HchmIoii In
The grand division of the Sons of Tcin-
perunve met in this city this mori.ing.
The grand division comprises the entire
state of North Carolina.
The meeting was called to order nt 1 1
o'clock by W. I'. Justice, ol lliis city,
grand worthy patriarch. The ollners
present were W. I). Iiistiee. grand worthy
patriarch; I'. A. Cuininii.gs.grund soil.
J. li. I.iiuisey. gr.iinl treasurer; ohn W.
Shook, gratul coiulucttir.
The vacancies caused by the nlisenee cl
tie other otli. its were as tilled follows:
W. Ward, grand worthy associate; T. M
Cole, grand chaplain; j. II. Cole, grand
sentinel and Jas. Liunrick, usl grain!
The reports ol the ollicers were pre
sented to the meeting and were relerreii
to the projier coiumiiues tor action.
ComuiiMcc reports will be received this
The election nnd installation of officers
for the grand division tor the ensuing
term will take place to-night or lo-uior-row
Those w ho are in attendance are VY. I'.
Justice, . (' Lmdscv, C. I.. Lindsev, Win
Ward, K. K. Hill a:il I'. A. Cumiiiings.
of the Aslieiille division ; J. A. Keagan
nod J. I". Austin, WVnvcrvillc division;
Jno. W. Shook, Chile division; li. V. .
Hunniciit and J. W.'McKlroy, Mars Hill
division: W.o. A. (traliam.jarrett's Hiij
I Carteret county I division ; as. liuttrick.
J. II. Cole and " W. Iv. Henry, Sulphur
Sjirings division; W. A. Mauey, Murphy
division; K. I'. Westmorland, I'igeon
Kiver division; W. li Hensley, Morning
Star ( Madison county I division.
The sessions are licing held in the hall
of Asheville division No. 15.
ALL UOUD UKSIOCRATD,
l:iitliuMlHHtlc Meeting at Hand Hill
F.hitok Tun Citizkn; The V. M. I). C.
on Saturday had, nt Sand Hill, a most
enthusiastic meeting nnd an excellent ad
dress by Mr. Henry Stevens, who is one
of oursluunchcst democrats. Mr. Stevens
was lollo A-ed by Prof. S. F. Vennble, af
ter which the enrollment of names was
in order uud the following joined:
S. F. Venahle lr. L), M. Oudger, T. l.
Ilrittnin, S. II. Felmot, J. H. Daniel, C.
M. Wilson, J, N. Hyatt. Rev. A. 11
Stnrnes. Cant. A. B. Thrash, Jesse W
Morgnn, R. I.. Hvntt, R. L. F. Jones, 0.
W. Radford,!. F." Shepherd. J. S. Shep.
herd, C. F.. Tctmcut, Martin Ilurnsides,
S. N. Steven". V. T. Stevens, George Ste
vens, John Hendricks, W. M. Hume, Hdri
Hendricks, J. P. Bishop, O. W. Rnhy, T.
I , Oaston, A. I . 1 hrnsli, K, b. inrusli,
Thos. Bird. W. T. Bird, J. l. I). Haynes,
Frank Haviirs. J. W. Cannon, I. B. Hy
att, A. P. Muse, A. L. Bright, W. L. Henry,
1. M. ColcJ. li. Tennent, E. L. Henry, G
F. Shepherd, A. I). Hnvis, E. J. Rhodes,
loscuh Parker, Chas. Parker, II. N. Alex
under. I. P. Slarnes. T. A. Stnrnes, C. N.
Stnrnes, J. P. Hughes, K. M. Holcombe,
John Holcombe, R. L. Anderson, E. T.
Knight, Da 111 Waters, 1.1. Anderson, S.
8. Brigmuu, Roliert Murrv, Jno. Muse,
C. M. Wilson, W. M. Sllllttl, KOot Wl.
linms, Jefferson Williams, Wvler W'il
linms, G. W. Rhodes, . M. Pettit, Joseph
Parker, Jr., James Parker, Sr., M, N
Roberts, F. M. ones.
Titos. D. Rkittain, Pres.
K. L. Henrv, Sec. pro tern.
one of the Flnewt."
We have heard many times this and
that was the Finest on iiarth, even a
"play" called "The Finest on Earth,"
but at lust we have found it. The fa.
mous Cincinnati. Hamilton und Dayton
railroad is the finest in the world, run.
ning 48 passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dnyton, Toledo,
Detroit, Michigan, and Cnnnda points,
Indlnuaoolis, c men go nnd the north
west. Keokuk, Springfield, St, Louis,
Kansas Citv and the west, The finest
track and finest trains in the world, ves-
tibuled, heated by steam from the engine
liirhted bv electricity, and the finest din
tag car system in the world ; parlor cars
and sleeeping ears, when traveling ask
fur tickets via the C. H. & D. or write to
Wm, A. Wioniht,
Southern Passenger Agent.
P. 0. Box 426, Chattanooga, Tcnn.
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in by 10 o'clock a. m.
Forecant till . a. m. Friday
HiiIiim, preceded by fair weather
In the eamern porllout warmer,
Hon. Thos. D. Johnston will address
the ieoplc of Graham on Tuesday, the
Milton Nobles and hiscompnny left this
morning for Kuoxville, at which place
they appear to-night.
The regular weekly meeting of west
ward young men's democratic club will
lie held at the court house to-night.
The mail from the Eust was three
hours lute yesterday afternoon because
ol a delay in the connections north of
Keulien MeBruyer, of this city, has ac
cepted nn invitation toaddressthc Young
Men's lemocrntic Club at W'cuverville.
Saturday night, Oct. 18.
Fred I'rocton wus fined $.1 in the may
or's court this morning lor a breach ot
the pence and nn assault on Henry West.
Several drunks were fined from $!.50 to
Mnj. B. A. Berry, 11 prominent citizen
of Burke county a'nil who has represented
thut county in both hous of the itate
legislature.'was here this morning on bus
iness. The joint canvass of the democratic
.mil n-iiutilicnii candidates for the county
offices K'gun ot Alexanders to-day. To.
7. ,.: ...:n 1 ... C...I..
morrow ine spcuKiug win w at ouhii.i
"Shepard's Modern Minstrels" is ti e
tlCXC UltraCllOll OOOSCU lor me ..mint
operu house. This company, wliich is
said to lie one of the best 01 its kind on
the road, appears Thursday, Nov. II.
A circular is out, stating that Jas. M.
Moody, ot Wi.ynesvilie, solicitor for the
twclllh judicial district and republican
candidate for the state senate from the
forty-first district, will sK-ak nt the court
house to-morrow at 7.30 p. ni.
Hon. II. A. Oudger spoke nt the court
house in this town on Friday night. The
audience was appreciative, and the
shaker acquitted himself well inn sieecli
occupying ubout nn hour in its delivery
He also spoke at Shawhoro, Cutudcn
court house, Hertford nnd Udeutoii.
Kliznbcth City lieonomist.
J. W. L. I'rntt, who is in jail charged
with shouting Hunk Mclntire and with
iieii'g an accessory to the shooting ol
lohti Milster some time ago, was out
yesterday, in charge of Ieputy Sherill
Smith, lor the purpose of consulting Ins
attorney, M. li. Carter. Pratt is looking
healthy and siems to be standing the
J. 11. Courtney. Buncombe's efficient
treasurer, emitted his first infantile wnil
:n Hamilton county, Teiin. Mothei
Knew by his sturdy yell that be was go
ing to lie a democrat nod thrive right
from the sturt. It 184 took Ins patents
and moved to Lower Hominy in this
.ouiitv; went to Turkey crick n year
later;'lhen to Flat creek, and tour yeurs
therealtcr went to I'ppcr Hominy and
for the first time began to teel ut home.
In IMil lew realized quicker than J. II.
Courtney, whnt war meant; enlisted in
I nit- ol that year. Fought like u fiend
and left a leg'at Malvern Hill, in l(iOL;
its still there. Spent several months ol
that year in the hospital at Richmond.
Tlien'canie home to t'ppcr Hominy and
lugnn shoe making. I'cojile on I'pper
Hominy still wearing sonic of first shoes
lie made. Ask Bill formice if that isn't
so. In 1S7L' elected county treasurer
an I held office to every body'ssatislaction
lor two vcars. Ke-elected treasurer in
lSNl-nnd'movcd to Asheville where he
has Ihtii ever since to the credit of him
sell and the citv. Mr. Courtney has wile
and seven children nnd helps to give
Phillip street a reputation tor hnvini
some oft he best democratic citizens in
town. He is a first class county treas
urer uud the voters know it.
The j C'a Railroad.
Col. Frank Coxe, who is the recog
nized leading spirit of the 3 C's railroad,
s at the Central to-day. Col. Coxe is in
a mighty good humor over railroad pros
lects. The rails are now laid to a point
fifteen miles west of Kuthcrfordtoii, and
work is being vigorously prosecuted.
Col. Coxe savs that the 3 C's is now in 11
better condition all around than it hus
ever yet lieen, the rails lor its completion
to the Tennessee connection areontm
ground, nnd truck laying is going on at
:i rapid rate. Charlotte News.
Committed lo Jail.
E. J. Elliott and V. C. Garrison, spe.
i-inl deputies from Black Mountuin
brought Edwnrd Pressly and Zeb Tress
ly, white, to this city last night and
lodged them in jail. Yesterday the men,
it is charged, were under the influence ol
whiskey and with several negroes were
making it pretty lively around the post.
office at Black Mountain. They werr
committed bv Ins. McNnirnnd I. M. Mc
Coy, justices of the lience. Warrants have
1 T. j .. 1 .r .1 -
uccu issueu lor scverui 01 mc ikiikb.
BI BINKKM NOTICKS,
See large "ad." Greater bargains thnn
ever More. Now is the time to lay in
a nood stock of crockerv, glass and silver
ware nt a low price. Law's south Main
WT"The Villa" corner Haywood und
College streets now open for winter
boarders. Refitted and relurnislied
Everything first class. oct.l6dJw
toT Miss Nellie La Barhe baa moved her
dressmaking establishment from her
store on Main street to the corner ol Bni.
ley street nnd Pntton Ave., where it will
lie in charge ot Miss Julia Biggs, moo
iste, ol Baltimore. Miss La Barbe hoy.
ing found it necessary to enlarge her
space in her store for her steadily in
creasing millinery business. New goods
ot the latest styles always in stock.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol ou
most important trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but all the baggnge except the
Koller-Tray Trunks was smashed up
Buy one. 'Sold by dealers. Made by H
W. Roundtree & Bros., Richmond, Va
The Dally Clllcen.
always alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its Deoule.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater number of people
than r-iy other secular paper in the
Is always filled with the choicest read.
ing matter ot tue auy.
Boarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertisina in the ClTizitN.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izen a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
succeis without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citbbn pays
the advertiser an hundred-told
Index to Marw AdvcrtlMmcnta.
Lout C. S.
MonsL Atsam L.nxmv,
Wtbd Mia. M. I'. Stockton.
Poa Hskt 87 French Broad Arc.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY
THE LVCKVM HF.ETINO,
Tbc Principal Speaker Does Not
The regular weekly meeting of the Ly
ceum was held at the hall of the society
last night. Rev. P. F. Shejipard had
been appointed as principal speaker on
the subject of "The Relations of Science
and Religion," but he failed to apiieurund
the subject was not discussed. Gen
Thos. L. Clingman who wns present was
culled on tor a talk on the sunject, nut
It wns decided to rent the hall on the
second floor ot the Barnard Buildmg.cor
ncrof Patton Avenue and Court Siiuare,
as the pluce tor the permanent home of
the society, and the next meeting will ne
held in thut hall next Wednesday night.
The hull is not furnished and the society
would be clad to accent nuv nnd all con
tributions from the citizens of Asheville
toward the tarnishing of the room. A
committee of Indies with authority to
add 11s manv others as necessary to
assist in the work ot fitting up the new
room was niiiioiulcd, as follows; Miss
CIi'l'l'. Miss Marv Coffin. Miss Clara
Ciisliman, Miss Anna Aston, nnd Miss
The subnet of "Mica 111 Western North
Carolina and its Associations." with Col.
J. I). Cameron ns principal siH-akcr, was
set tor Wednesday, Mv. o.
The sulncct lor next Wednesday niglil
"Shell Mounds in Florida;" with Dr.
DeWitt Webb ns principal Sicakcr.
PROMINENT AKHI VAI.H.
Ih There Anv One Here -rnai
Swnnnamm : Geo. A. Digger and wife.
Marshall, X. C; R. Douglass, Billmorc.
N. C; Thos. D. Denning, Providence, R.
I.; P. S. Ncelus, X. Y. ; G. S. Johnston,
(.7cn Rock .-Jesse I.. Hullicrt, Xew
York; Harvey Thome, Philadelphia;
Mrs. W. L. Young, Salisbury ; J. Stein
hcimer, Cinciunati;Jiio. S Rouan, Sa
vannnli;!.. II. Fitts, Augusta; (I. M.
Brahson, Limestone, Tcnn.; S. K. Penile.
Charleston; li. A. Williams and wile, S.
C; L. Lvle, Chattanooga.
(,'rarnf Ccntrul: li. D. Marshall and
Mrs. C. li. Michael, Hillshoro, lml.; Geo.
K. Pritchnrd, Bakersville; R. D. Gilmer.
Wnyncsville; J. T. M. Kiscr and wile.
Rome. Gn.: Walter l esslcr, Burt G.
Clarke, L. F. Howard and wile, Mrs. J.
D. Murray, Miss l.nmliert, L. J. Luring,
New York; R O. Patterson. X. C; C. L.
Wavlaud, Washington; D. R. Young, M.
Xoliles. John 11. Ready. Xew York; W.J.
Atkins. Kuoxville; 11. uari. iiiicmnnii:
Max Xusbnum. Baltimore; J. S. McVcy.
Richmond: S. K. Ik-ndy. C hiirlcslon.
A Colli Wtilllliim Watch. Islwcrn Court
Siuurp. HridK anil Chestnut slrcelii. .uit;
ahle rewnnl to luwrr. ,ldriss C. S.,
tH-tltl.tl inn-citt n-
Two white women. eniiflent to ilti conk-
na. tlininu room 11 ,1 rl-iiinlur w.-rk. Apiily
to or aililnss NIKS. M C KToiKliiN.
oetlll .It . l-lllll street.
A (.room cot tn k" o Frvnch UriMidavrnuf.
icur otrrrt tri. Al'P'v "t
I!frr, tntecv und harnrt. Ilurvc .ycnrit
ld. Will rll cl.ti.iu. Aily
UCtlAlKtt U. (JIJ1-I.KUK lT.
A 10 nek ltortw. for ridlna nrtliivitiK.
Sold nn ilt inrturc I mm tow n. )M'ly Ut
iKll.i n.it i i. 10 -.
HrononnlN will lc rccrivcil hy the under
i;nvd untd t- oVIiu'k imrtdifin mi M.duy,
tKt j. lMtm, ior ine tip1 nitiK ? nnmu u p'
mi!e ol Htrt rt on the lamU ni the Aht-vilU
L0110, C'-niitrin-tloii and Improvement com
pnnv. In the nurthwetttcrn pitrt ot' the city ul
Aidu-vllle. Scimratt- Iddu ar. wintcd lor cul
vert. iir ecvntinn dirt. nnd lur excmntlny
ro k For lurihir inlortnntton nnd iKC.liva
tionii at ly to the m ilcrlw'ed
octlnH't it litt, it. run r.i.i. rtvn.
ltni.fi line cutfiinitiif miruicnl initiriinicnta.
A lilwrnl reward lor return ! itim t
OC It tltr lK, J. A III KKUIIillH.
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trnnaetlnnii gmnrnntrrrt.
Reliable Information cheerfully fuinl.hrd,
Aeehleot limuranee luautd.
W. M. CLARKE,
l.rand Central Hotel.
TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad ticket, bought, aolitand cchnccd
Ml Iranaactlonil aunronteed.
C. F. RAY,
Oppnalte Bwannonoa Hotel,
Street Car Schedule.
ntaiiinln at T a. m. Rndlng 10.00 p. m
Car learea Kquare for all polnta nn the
hoar, and twenty and forty mlnutta there-
Kchcriule ears eonnect at Square.
Train car and bngu.Ke ear meet crerv
train. One Tallar allowed each paawnxe'
Bangace tranaierrctl from all point In the
city for 2(1 cent.
THK ASHBVII.LB 8TRRBT RY. CO
An active man ftir each acctlnn, Snlnry S7I1
to SHHi,;to locally renmrnt a auccrunn m
V. company incorporated .uppiy
Oooda. Clothlnil, ithoea, Jewelry, etc., to eon
Minm .1 mtt. Alan a i.ailv of tact, anl
fill, to enroll mcmliera (KO.oiMI now enrolled
and S1.HJ.1IUU pain Illl. Hrierrnven vxtnmil
cd. Kmplr. Ca-dprratlTt AaaaoHatlon, Icrri
It well rated) Lock Uos 010, N. V.
nl'hed ; i
rooma, honae newly ftir-
Tcrma rcaaonani., ua
a tree t car Una,
MRS. J. h. HMATIIKRS.
318 I'atton At,
NEVER HEARD of BEFORE
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
STANDARDS DOCTS. PBR QT,
Hxnllcnt (or Stewing, ate.
BBLBCTS 40CTS. PHRUT,
very rine ior stewing, frying, nt,
Sold from hnnac to- hoaae through entire
city. Shlnmenta mdred dally Stock al
Orders left at No, T Jeffcraon Drtve, or tent
through the mall win be delivered promptly
to any part of th. city. Address orders by
mall to O. M. MILLKR,
oct dim Boa 447, City.
A Flootl of Bargains Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
Tliiw wwk vt push the gaton ajar and inundate the
market with value hitherto unknown. Our asHortnient
complete, our wtoek unltroken. Lively tinieH antieipattid
this week at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Preparation made aeeonlhitfly. Keep your eye on this
space. Kver.v week has New Attractions.
New Silks, New Dress (Joods, New Laces, New Jackets.
Reefers and Mazers. Xew Handkerchiefs, New Flannelsand
New Millinery for this week's rush.
All our fi'oods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means M per cent, less than tfoods
can be bought at present. He preceded .Mr. Alcivinley,
as well as competition, on our purchases, hence (treat
Mirjraitis can be offered. Our
rons nt least
$I6,000SIXTEEN THOUSAND $16,000
on our present stock. No advance here on account of
Number 11 deserves your
it and will try to maintain it.
your command. This is a great week for shoppers. Lots
of stuff at half value. No handful here to select from. Our
mammoth store room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
1 .2.". kids this week at 7"i cents. Remember the place
the House of Rargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (Joods. Millinery and Carpets.
Thru in whnt nit tltr I n I lea of taitc have
exclaimed on vlnttintt the
Kvervhlna new nml ihevrry Inteat dcalgna
In I'reneh nml lliriiian Chum. Ilrie-a-brne
und Art 1'ottrry Ir. iu all eountrlra.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
of lloheminn l.lua.wnre ami Japanese Art
NOTHING LIKE IT
haa ever been aeen In Aaheville. Then our
pri'T: well, tnrr nre an low mey arc pro
nounced A KliVKl.ATloK.
a nice line of the ceicltrntc. RoRer'a Hllver
rintetl wnrc, wnun. ur our entire aioca,
si hmiuht Iron, rimt hnnda. anil von will
tie aitonlrthed to Hud how low we are acll
l,et It not le fnritotlen that wecarry. a-lne
from anything in tnnry Pottery and Glnaa-
ware, a moat maitntnccni line 01
Houfte Furnlhliif CaOod9
which we will not nttrmpt to item I if, aa It
would require columi-a
Our Inmp tlv nrtment la the lariirat and
nrliva the lnwmt ever aeen In Aaheville. Auk
lo aee the little Jewel. The lntlka all any that
they hnvc never cn inch a a toe k In Aahe
ville. Come ami ee ua ; ou are al way wel
come if you only come to look.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 4t PATTON AVE.
pOR A A LB
A one horae iihictnn and harneaa cheap.
Aildrr.a i.llllKlIU liKliUNLUK.
OK HA LI!
line new Vlllnge C'nrt; alan ton lliiguy. uard
hut three wceka Will lie aold eieecillngly
cheap. Call on oraiuireaa
II II. I'ATTHRHON,
ortl.1 mi Cor. Illllalile and llut Hta.
Twenty head of hones and mule. Apply
hi H M. IHaver's houe, acroaa county Iron
A honnitnl trained mine riealrra a altuatlon
St once. Can give oeat o. r, ire nix. nu
drraa M. P.O. UUX 101.
Dr. B. F. Arrlnjfton,
MttRtaKOM W!Li DEMTIIT
Pilling teeth a soeclaltv, alao treating dla
enaed guma, and all dlaeaw. pertaining to
the dental atructure. Office rooma on I'at
ton avenue, over Rayaor Mi Smith's drug
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Oltt and Comlil
nation Mouldings. Alao Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work (unranteed. Bngrav
Ings, Paintings and Local Views always on
aa 8. Main St., AahcTlllc.
apr IS d
Buy Lliidsey'a Guide Book
to Wi N.C. PrlMiCtl)
EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1890.
foresight saved for our pat
patronage: it already has
bargains always here at
No. 11 Patton Avenue,
BA LARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL BIZKS POR PAMILV
AND HUTBL USB.
Oaarnnieetl lo Im Cacrtn Proof.
ALL MIZUS KBPT IN STOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY,
OlBce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBI'HONU NO. 4U.
AS Hi? VI LLP MJ
ICE RATES FOR
n n...niuiM not lea. than one ton nt factory
In auantltlca not ca than one hull' ton nt luetory..
. .L..A ... .u.ii.i.Im ..rh
aim uuunui) nr ift.i,
1100 l " l ' '
" UH " VO
in ' no
1IIOO " 10 " 1IIO
TlcVeta In dollar pnrknKea and anv quantity
our olticc for cuall or ticluta.
Asheville Ice &.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or ault nt Wholesale onil Ketnil by
ASHEVILXE ICK AND COAL, COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxclualve Audita iliumcatic and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
I am rcadv to nhow you tho
in oxquirtitt1 a nu exclusive (lt'HifA'nw- Alao How in Btoek the
now blocks in hats for the season in "Voumnn's," Miller and
Duulap shapes. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in i-'reneh Calf Talent leather, &c, &c, of the cele
brated make of Hathaway. Soule and Ilnrrin?t6n. My
:1.00 Shte for Men is a. dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair warrranteti. Fa E. MITCHEL.I,
Men h Out Ht ter. -JH I'atton Ave.
LliWIS M AlMlt'X. l-res
I.. IV McLIII
UlKSCTOkS:- Lewis Mariilm, M. I. Hearden,
a. 11. Keen. t.eo. n. i'owell, c. M Alcl.ouu.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
oriinnlicd May 1st. imhh.
Htalef County anU
iot m Orneral Rtvnktnii BuiineM. IvHiltN
lection madt on all acceaalble potata. The
(nall lumi in thi department, rieuoiltcd lor
01 4 per vent, per annum will he paid.
Uldpedal attention irivm to ltian on rnl eitati
Open from Ha m. to 3 p. ni. on HntunUya the ftHvlnti Iiepartment will beopenttll A p. it-
217 Haywood Street.
All AVATKR THOKOli;HIA
Twcnty-flTr ym l prm-tli'l experience,
tiiUbl the btitiinca and perfect arrnoitrmrnti
mnnnfacturcd, enable the proprietor tn preitent
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
CitiRtr Ale and a1lthc vnrloua flaror nf 80HAJWATKK rrnriy for thipmcnt aaJ dfl.rerM
tree In City limit. Out of town order" mnt
On the A. He H. Railroad, Kiitlit miles Houth of Asheville
If yon nre looklnu for a place
why don't you ace ubout
The licitt mineral water and In urrat variety, leeel lots,
irrnml view. ko! imlctv. If vou think of buying why not
buy NOW ? I'rkv will K' up ami tio HAIMI) V.
OTIS A. MILLER, PROPHIKTOR,
Take Train Ont at 9.10 A. SI. Fare as CenlB Or Drive eVoutb Mllea.
I'HKll. Kt'TI.KIKIK, City AAxnt. UH Pnttnn Ave.
SKVLANII MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Ulffbt Mile Houth of Anlicvlllc, on the A. & S. Railroad.
New hotels, dew cottaKea, new Airnlture, beautiful srvea,neat tennla and croquet lawua.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur, Alum, Mamiealn, Iron nnd Kpaom. Those Melting health and pleaaure and
select aodcty will not mil to vlait tkla plruannt leaort and drink of Its healing waters.
E. A. LeYENE.
aprS dtl MatlHtfer.
AHlievllle, N. C.
P, A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Dressed
Door, Hash, Blind, Mouldings), Stalrwork, ManteU, Bank,
and Bar fixtures, and nil kinds) of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
Telephone Mo. a6.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all purls or the city our own Bottling Bxport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our brer la Vept nt a temperature of 40 degrees nnd we guarantee you a frcah article at
all time.. TUB TF AIIK nUI'I'LlBll KMOM
V WINE .: AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN THK STATIC.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
f. . WARni'tRItT, M'sr'r.
II It ICR.
FOR BALK BV-
Asheville, N. C.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Snadeaaud Patent Hangeri.,
Paints, Otis and Varnlahea, Mamry's Mixed Paints and
Franco and A merle aa
Wa kp la stock M. Loaisand Kentucky Lead.
lV: A' TISKMI.WS.
.()c. ier hundred.
of Ice may be obtained from drlTers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
now 8lii.pH in Fall Nuckwoar
I. II. KAMvlK. cabinet.
M.J. PaHK.J. B. Kaukln. . It. Rhjt, .1. B. Heril
received. Kmchnuxt bought nnd sold. Col
Hnvinff Feature will receive iiedal attention.
four timnth or lonRer, tntcreat at the ruti
. which will be nlaccd for long time on real
FII.TKREU on the PremiHti.
conilmiw. with pkhkonal attrtition to all !
for clkaklinkms and trniTV of all aooda
to hU nnmtrroui patrons a superior elaw it
bare iiKiipoiisini.B rrterenre.
C. M. CAItIPRF.IX,
for a home or nn Investment
Near Passenger Depot.
1. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Colors. Window Olasa, botl
-tr'-Wr e,. .
jiV ''PW ..' w''U.