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THE ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Monday Evening;; December 3, 1894,
tains Numerous Error.
Kl.inm's Buaineis Directory of Abe-
vi le U out. published ly Wm A l'liiniuij
& Co., Ualiioiore, and biinK ililiv.rid
tit tie price f $2 a copy. It cunui'S
130 paiits and is ncatlr printed. H ciiv.
tnins the li-t of State oflu'ct. ci u:ii v
and city c.ffi-.ia', offictrs of t.'' ,
forif lis. lie. and a 1st cf the lm-i c.s
h.iusts. hoieis, hcardinx lmuss. i.ml
maitersnf like cburucter. In our plce
it k'tis the C'irrrct list ofcouutv Itutrs,
but in another tal.le, that purp irlu k to
lie a list of the officials ol every ituin y
in the stntr, it mukri some grievi ih
errors. For instance it names V. A.
Konrk as sheriff of Buncombe, while!
Buncomb 's sheriff, 1. A. Brnokshiro, is
credited to Brunswick. H E insU-.id
of J. H. Courtney is named as treasurrr, !
while J. W. Storms is put down as super-
intendent ol schools . W. Sturm-sis
probablf meant, but Mr. Starnes h:isl
not been superintend nt for several
In the list of judges G. II. Sliul ird
should have been G. A. Shu'ord, and II.
B. Carter is named as judge of the Ci ini
inul court, instead of Judge one. This
matter, however, is printed currcitly
farther on. In the city government di
partment, H B. inbtead ol B. M. Lc is
city engineer .nd B. F. Rivers instead of
B. F. Rive sanitary inspector. Kev. K.
F. Camphbell is given as pastor of thi
First Prt sbyterian. Severul errois oc
cur in the names of officers of societies.
The secretarv of the Misiion hospital is
stated to be Mrs. C. L Patton, when I
it should be Miss F. L. Patton. Then;
follows a very full classified list ol the
business houses, and condensed diiectn-j
ries of Biltmore, Victoria and Keuil-1
Some of the subscribers to the dnec-,
tory were under the impression that it
would be a directory ol the city entire. ;
and complain further about the price of !
tilX MUNTU8 OF KAlil YEAH. j cartlcJ. K-tister Mackey wunt.d lo
A. Y. lvaraon. the I'romluent Thent rl- start a fire Saturday altcrno n and s e
. al Man, to Llvs Uero. i H 8"me seraps ol asbestos par in the
, coal bin tried to use it as kindling. But
Au interesting pnge id Asbeville s scrap jt wmi('t Work and the laugh WuS
book of personals is told by A. Y. I'ear-1 il)C olfieial.
son, the theatrical manager, who has Tl)c iiq,,,,... Wine and Liquor com-
been here for the past two; yeais. Mr.
I'earson is a native Mississippian, lint
fur the hirger part of a decade he lived
North. Hv the failure of his health
through liing trouble, several years were
spent in futile efforts to recuperate at
various points and nitb many phsi
cians, and as a last chnnce he was in
duced to come to Atheville. His illness
was sueh on Thanksgiving D,iy,
1D:I, that he was the re
cipient ol un invalid chair.
Six months later improvement in the pa
tient was sufliei-nt to nllow him to make
a visit to New York and si-ice that linie
his tec lvery has been rapid. Last week
iih Mrs. I'earson he returned lo this
city and Thanksuivins morniin;. his phv-:
sicinn, Ur. von kuck, pronounrcu nnu
Mr. Pearson giyes the climate of ihe;
Skvland its share of credit for his u
storeil health nnd in the luture he will
reside here fur six months ol the vcur.
His theatrical interests which ut pres
ent include tve companies, will be di
rected Irom Ashevillr. Contracts have
been signed for the production of two ol
his plnvs, the "White Squadron" and ti e
"Land of the Midmxht Sun," nt the
Orand opera house here in Augest net
A Utllllt KIIOM AIH.AI.
Ills duly Kiprcsslon on PoIIIIi-h Wlillo
I'urini! his recent stay in Asheville,
Vicc-I'rcsidcnt Stevenson studiously
avoided any suljects the discussion of
which would lend to aneiprcssionon pol
ities. While he was at the depot Sat ur
da however, prrparinfj to lute tor
Washington, ue wasenRnged in comcr
sation with bill Nye and several Ashe
ville gentlemen. The conversation nat
urally turned on Asheville weatlnr, when
someone remarked that this citv was
bavin? the most remirkable weather
"Yes," said unother, "and the remark
able portion extends as far back' us the
tith of Novemter."
"Well," replied a third gentleman,
"maybe we will never see the like again."
' It is to be sincerely hoped," put in the
Vice-I'iesident with a vigor that showed
how much he meant what he suid
It is l.elived to be bis only utterniuc on
political matters during his stay.
I). T. S." SOCIETY .
.... . . w, .. r .... ,r
" , .
Superintendent Eggleston and l'rns.
Mcllwaineand Tiglieof the city scho'ils ol the .New anil Uhwrver. llienccur
have lormed a ' D. T. S." ocietr. Th s i " f '". Jj
interpreted mean "death to ilang," nnd
the BKreement is that the member who
. . .
shall use a slang pnrase, mispronounce
a word or utter no ungrammatical sen
tence shall nar into the common treat-
ury one penny for each and every ofl'ence.
The money thus paid in shall be donated
to the Ashevil e Free Kindergarten asso
ciation. The essoiiation was formed late Sat
urday nicbt. Early Sunday morning
1 i ' , - 1" . A - 1.
rroi. DgicKwuB w "rf " tbroulcllnip. ot thoCoinlnB aud (iolim
lorget himself and becme the first con- " vxo
tributor to the Kindergarten. During 1 r il . cu 11 - -.v
the day, between the three the associa-! .pco- A- e1 - ' s ' " 'l
tion became richer by eight cents. The ! cltT
workings ol the "D. T. S." club will be 1 R. T. Pickens of Lexington was heie
watched with interest, and Thb Citizen yesterday.
will doubtless be able to report progress M. H. Justice is over from Kut-ierford-as
the case grows. 1 ton on business.
THE BIGGEST (JOHN .
niiiloa From tbe Fagg and Ito.rnolil!.
The Museum corn bauner has been
won by W. U. Austin, who, with B. P.
llrookshire came to Tub Citizen office
today with two ears of corn to match
against the offerings up ti date. When
compared with the ears in the
Museum it was found that the new
corn was the longest by half an
inch or more. And the article
Hue every way. It was grown by Mr.
Austin 011 tbe ragg and Keynolds larm
un tbe French Broad near Olivet, the
tract known as the "Ramsey place
Tbe land has been cleared 25 years and
has never had any fertilizer on it. On
'i'i acres Mr. Austin raised 787. bushels.
He says he merely wished to get ahead
ol Uncle Pleas Israel.
1UO PAPERS FOR.)1.IO.
We do not know of a better family
paper lor the farmer of North Carolina
than tbe Home and Farm, published at
Louisville. Ky. It is a 16 page journal
cornea twice a month and ia loaded with
practical information and interesting
reading for every man, woman and child
in North Carolina.' Prof. Massey writes
articles for tbe Home and r arm ot espe
cial interest to North Carolinians. Give
It and Sim Weekly Citiibn a trial at
tbe ridiculously low sum of 1.10 per
year 10 numbers of Thi Cituek and
"Mot Home and Farm, leas than one
cent for each paper delirered to you
. Try this combination oner.
We have made arrangements bv which
wecan furnish Tub Semi- WbbklyCitkbn
and tbe twice-a-week New York World
all for only 91.60 year, Here it the
opportunity is get your own paper and
tbe New York World twice cverv week
at extraordinarily low rates.
Scrlven't drawers, half hose in wool,
, merino and cotton at ,,Tba Men's Out
, fitter," Hotel Berkeley.
' AWswiMBC-loatoo. '
He mrsted hi traia.l beard bias try
. "That Railway Agsat ld.,
u Tkl very day I'll go aad bay , ,
j , A U4-l5cKafie
, mh aMHM to atx'v rv f 13 80 irv
II sAicA'Mn. Wfc. 3 -Forccast ti
northerly winds, becoming variable.
The Mayor's court fines imposed
moruiuK uuioutited to $80.
Jos. E. Diekerson is about able to le
out a'tcr an illness of several weeks.
I There is a very gratifying improve
1 ment reported in the coudition of Gen
K. 11. Vai.ce.
I Superintendent White says the con
I victs in der lis enre number 38. They
I ate at work on Kaily's mountain.
Dr. Haii.1 in proud of his new car,
I changed from a refrigerator to a closed
ear, and it is making regular trips over
j the Moutlord line.
! A telegram received from Richmond
I Pearson S.iturdav niht gave 31'5 as tl e
figure bv which G o. II. ones detcattd
R. S. McCnII lor the solicitursliip.
Wcstal, and M...,e lve the gout Mr. j
Wtstall admit, it and say s it co mcs fre m .
h.gh l.vinR-rooimiiB m a third story. ,
At the W. N. C. conference last week .
a collecti m of $31.71 was taken for the
beuefit of Kev. J.C. Troy, who Iron,
sickness has been unable to do his work ;
,U:. 11.. .....a F..an;nltH fnRlVI.-.
1 niBMHiivi vmiooi bj - - .
side church. Abbeville, at l.it couferencr. '.
K,.f i,.t,n viitli ,1i,ue nnd is 1
still ui able to resume pulpit labors.
Mrs. S K. White has contributed to
the Museum n eur of corn that wusa'i
satisfied with heing n single ear, but
grew eight snnll ears in one shuck. Last
venr there was one ol these pieuliar ear',
and a lew g'nins from it were planted,
with the res-ilt that lour of the curiosi
ties grew this year. Thecorn enme from
the Rich mountain farm.
Bovce & Burton completed their con
tract lor putting the Heating apparatus,
in the county court house Suturday. and
t ht Ktitui s unit fir, ,il W,' hflVP lltll di-
pjny, V. A. Marqunrdt, manager, conns
out today in n large advertisement it
Tin: Citizen in which arc enumerate.)
some of the lending brands of wines,
whiskies, etc., I nndled in bulk or bottles
by this house. The Bonanza, which oc
cupies the buildings Nos.-U and 43 South
Main street, ha the reputation of being
one of the complelesi saloons ol the
The New York World prints pictuics
of ti e two sculptures tb.it are to adorn I
the Vunderbilt palace, and says: Karl ; ' or save money every time you take n tire
Bitter, the sculptor, bus completed tin ! x.. cripnou to ihe IMVauU pharmacy, corner
. I' 11 a J 1 1?. 1
heroic hsuresol Joan of Arc and of St.
Louis, which will guard the entrance (
hall of lliliiuore, tie-ore
palace at Asheville. N. C.
Mr. Bitter's !
work is splendidly done. Both figures
arc lo be hewn from sandstone, to con
form with the material of the mansion."
The UunconilieStipcriorcourt convened
this morning in a hot-air turnace heated
room, fur a two weeks term. Judge 12
T. Ilovkin is on the bench, and Deputv
Clerk Wliitson is in his old place. The
jurv list lor thi week is: las. lltittriek,
j. K. Hvatt.J 11. Hull, W.'Crensman, U.
! S. Ball, iohti Child. M. E. Sluder, Jas.
Parker, K. X. Huahey, L. M. Revis, A.
Kankir, W. K. Gillespie, . It. Shope, .
H. Miller. Milton Harding, E P. Hens-
, ley, J, I. Sinathers.
; In nn addrtss before the W. N. C. con
ference nt Statesville Dr. H. E. I loss, ed
it, r of the Nashville Christian Advocate,
said be had lor a short while served a
church in the bounds ol this conference
I Asheville nnd it was not satisfactory
to him; that one of his stewards being
out with him, plainly criticized bis prtacli-
'. ing nnd said to him : "Young man, you
1 can put up the worst job ol preaching 1
iver heard." lie soon thereafter lc!t
Friday, while Dr. C. J. Oliveros was
transacting some bu-iness in the First
'National bank, he dropped a $100 bill
' Irom his pocket unconsciously and wetu
. awuv without noticing the loss. It was
not dUcovcred by him for some time and
I then, with a taint hope that he might
i h ive l ist the bill in the bank the Doctor
! went there to mnke inquiry. There lie
lound his money. It had been found on
the lloor bv Mi sun. J. K. Long of Web
I ster and W. H. Keller ol'Cullowlice, at d
leli with the bank to hold for the owner
should he make himsclt nnd his loss
i it.itii;ii ii'li t.iii oiiyo. 1 line vmiic
. yjry near bcim: nn encounter Saturday
!...:,;.. .. ir v,......r.A !..,
; and Mr. William U.Christian, city editor
but Ix'luro blows were struik
Christian uiul I'enrson wire
, separated br Attorm-v General Usbome
' i c m,i. u:i..M 1.--: j. f
and Mr. S, tltho Wilson, l-'ricnds of
both Messrs. Christian and I'earson say
the pert-onul courage of these gentlemen
is ol the highest order and hope time
will be no further trouble." Christian is
the man who called I'earson a fool. So
there was provocation.
W. Summers, esq., is at borne from a
visit to Davidson,
Geo, S. Baldwin and wife of Boston
are guests of Battery Park,
. E. Garrett of Wilmington ia one ol
tbe Asbeville hotel's guests.
C. B. Ledbetter of Boston is auto
graphed at the Hotel Berkeley.
Mrs. W. A, Blankenship and daughter
Ruth Ufc today for Charlotte to spend
a month with relatives.
John C. Haskell, a prominent South
s Carolinian, is up from Columbia and is
stuyiug at Battery Park.
D. A. Payne, Louisville; C. G. Watson,
Boston, and P. H. Starr, Cleveland, 0 ,
are staying at the Swnnnanoa.
Thos. S. McBee hns returned from
Morganton, where he remained over
Sunday with Mrs. McBee, who is visit
ing relatives there.
Third Vice-President W. II. Baldwin,
jr., of the southern, Washington, accom
panied by Mrs. Baldwin, arrived at Bat
tery Park Saturday.
Do you travel? Are you a shipper?
1 ne "Kana-iucnatiy Runway uuide and
tt nH Krvnlr'l ivinlallll nil rurt i nan . inln.
contains all pertinent inlor-
Ask your newsdealer.
Fawns & Parine't dress, street and
riding gloves at "Tbe Men's Outfitter,"
Nxw Your, Dec. 3. Cotton futures opened
barely steady 1 November, 3. December, 3.41;
January, J so, February, J.55; March, J.61; April,
5 67, May 5, ;j.
Krw York, Dec, 3. Brie, 11; Chlcssjosnd
Noriiiwesteru, g8; Lake Shore, 133; Norfolk
and Western, lift! Richmond sod Weal Point
Terminal. 13H Wutern Union, 7kl ooulhern,
lOi; lioutheru Preferred 3)4.
C01 rectevi dally by Powell ft aldtr, wkolstsl
sad null trocars. These prices are Mag paid
by the merchants of the city today 1
.18 to ssi
Applas, drM ....
BMswaa. par n,
oas. saiaat,H..M 4S
(CONTUIl'ED FROM nT fACS.J
up awl unimpaired capital; that. tWr
sioclb Ulera are individually liable for
the r.dempiion of their circulating notes
lo the full extent of their ownership ol
jti ck; that the li ibiliti-a of said banks
uon their circulating! notrs constitutes.
U' der their S ate law, a first lim upon
a lets that nchbanl shave kept and
maintained a guarantee land ia United
Stnus legal ten 'er notes.inelndingtrers
uv notii ol 1SIK. quilto3( per cent,
of their outstanding circulating note
whin urthcntid at thiir priucipil or
i branch office.
1 is ouite liktlv ih it thi sci emeinay
b-usifnllv iiimuliil in some of its de
1 1 Is, but I am satisfied ic t jrnishes a
b is 'or a very great improvement in
O irpn sent banking an tendency system.
1 conclude this communication fully
anDreciatini' th-it the iesp visibility lor
all loi&lat,,.(i nfVt'i.lincv 111,. neOllle Oi' the
I'uiua o-"'cs raiiuiKinimin "',
or , fha
(o C(J.op.rnle , K.r,eeting anv
(Kis'ntiiui that tends to the prosperity
and nillnre e f our ountiy.
Kx-cutive Mansion, Dec. 3 189.
. .,,l .-hum I
Halroyd & Wright's lienli h underwear
at "the Mini Ou'htter, Hotel
B rk lev.
INDEX TO NKW ADVHKTISHMKNTS.
1 ny Hav's I
oiice K H Britt !
M iintttlCaret itif n ;
For Went C S Cooper
Auction Sale K Coffin
Wan eii W R MonteUh i
Hor Sale Citizen office
Saratoaa C li i ps - Cooper '
Notice lr V It Wnkerieltt
C)iritmns Openinfj I,aw'
SiioneK Ht-iti.tKh Xt Rtaan
Straw Matting Jas ! Sawyer
Silver Goods Ray sor ft Smith
Gent 'a hurnisliinjis Mitchell ,
The Dotmnxn Wine anil Uq'ior Co ;
1 he Mcn'it Outfitter Mux Marcuft 1
Grandmother' Supper St Methodist Chapel
A N exec lien fresh milch cow (second calf) for j
GKANUMOTHF.R S supper nl the colleRf SI
Methixtisl Chapel tomorrow niuM from 7 lo
Il.onlyjsc. Come slid enjoy yourull. tilt
IWI-II to warn all persons not to buy a note
that K K. Hill huldaagniust K. H llritt. as it
is not a leal u .te.
B. h. BRi r r.
DK. W. II Wakefield Kill Ix in Asheville at
Hotel llerkelev on Tuesday. IJecemlwr I
nth. l'ructice limited lo
ear, nose and
to i That's giving, big odds, but you will
find it just that way 26 loaves of bread
lor oue dollar at the
51 College btreet.
t.UII(Kr HUM VUtlll I lUtT, 11 H C IICBII IIA
o1 Hllt prtsl,ti tioll uruii8 oiien all day, every I
lTANri-U-l.iily to tnke charge of conking
v eilillul tn Aslievll e lor aliollt ten ilavs
el.iri ns; January,
Duties wilt tie light. AditrcHS
IlKSALH-Atabargain n beHiiliful ny j
yeari. ohl. wel broken to liaruess, any laity
can "drive, tl not sold bef-re Saturday, the Sill,
will lie koIU at auction at court house at 12 lit.
Apply to "PONY,"
i2-iii, Citizeu Ortice.
toR RKNT The very ilesirahle slore room
Liid tiaenient No li North Court Square.
Also a fine tiasement under No. u Nortli Court
Square Possession given 1st January, lsqj. Ap
ply to C. 8 COOI'KR.
i2-.;dituo Nu ,19 South Main St.
STATK Ai.HNT WANTHD-A competent
person, n Slate atrent tor the 8outh ami
Vorth American l.lovtK nnd New York nnd!
Southea!teru Ums'ou, Coin in hi n, b. C
MORTC.AC.KH'S SAI.H By virtue of Die
power and authority conlerred hv a convey
ance trom W, O. Mulier and wife to the lute Re
beei-n llnird, dated a6th dny of May. 1SS7. and re
corded in hook 10, page p, RdRisler's office of
Duuconihe coiuity, I will offer for wile, for cash,
nt puhtic auction, at the court house door in the
city oi Asheville on Saturday, the 15th day of
December neit, the following described tnnd
nnd nremisefi ' Situate in the citv of Asheville.
1 on the went side of Charlotte Rlreet, adjoining
lotHOlW. K. YounR. K H. Heed nnd others it
hettiK the lot upon which said Mulier now lives,
and for a more particular description of which
relerence is made lo Mid deed. November loth,
Ifvj4. TMKO. H. DAVIDSON
li-ud4t moil Kx'rof Kctecca Itaird.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT AUCTION
I mill cll on Wcitiifsilny, the 51I1
Pre. nt 11
o'clock at the L-oiirt house a lot of new Christ
inn presents: Among tliem wltt he children
sliilH. cliililren'k express wiiuons, chililren's ve
locipedes. Koat .--aKotis, haiulsonie pictures, 1
hoy's bicycle, piieiiniiiiic tire; alhinii, latest lie
Sibils. K COFFIN Auctioneer.
Dealer in Imported Eologna Sausage,
All kinds of cheese. Boiled hams always ou
hnnil sliced if desired; All orders delirered
Give me a Hal.
6 K COI'MT PQVARF, Aslieville, N C
V. II V
1. It Prints ihe Neva.
2. It Writes Its Own Hditurials.
3. It la the Beat Local Paper Rer
Printed In W. N. C.
4. It Prints the Latest Telegraphic
News Prom All the World.
6. It rvllrres in Asherllle Always.
To SUM UP
IT IS A NEWSPAPER
I1V VOU THOl'OBT orllT
is Dollars Witt Ret
It For a Year, and l( Yon
LTln ssheTille It Will
Be Delirered at Your
Dn-ir iteei- Keea-iif
Sec That Square?
If your asms were la It, It would be an advtr
Gee the Point ?
Haw paa saat say thai, pirssasys net raat
" ': " l yj Cittsajr, . .
M Fancy Tables,
W. B. WILLIAMSON &CO.,
16 PtTTOS AVi:.. AHF.YIt.r.I5, H C.
The Whitlock Clothing House,
Hi SOU TH MAIN STREET.
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE.
Iii Contemplation of :i
The 1 st January, iy5
We Offer The
Without Re; erve, at a Larye
( p r c..:, :n,ro .,,., ,.!.,
$1.00, now 75c
37 ?,c.; .6-inch Serge, was 75c, now 50c
Scarlet and White underwear, was 50c.
35c. New lot of
AT REDUCED PRICES.
haiulsonie ladies Capes
to be had this season. Table
good stoek at low prices.
37 South Main St.
39 S. MAIN ST.
A choice select stock of ulme u.iotl j un
department in connect! in. Just rrccivitl
ern Suv, Gills or Sheep Nos. I'novs and
case. Cull upon us. Very respectfully,
O. S. COOPER,
TELEPHONE NO- 87,
S Old Hickory Wagons.
J. E, DICKEKSON & CO.
Studebaker Wagons. S
Kindling Wood, Hard and Soft Goal
Stove Wood and Coke. Agent lor
Seats, Easels and Frames Made of
C. E. MOODY,
Praaea. Vig, 'iroa.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
II You find Anything But liavauu in
The Filter of Our Red Letter Cigar.
Asheville Cigar Co.
N iw Is tbe time to place
rich man to draw n check,
to draw a cork, n plaster
gy, but we arc tbe ones to
of our fellico Coal, Coke and Anthracite.
Carolina Coal Co,
Telephone No. 130.
1500 Yds. of Straw Matting
BISSELS CARPET SWEEPERS. . Jas.
( i fturtn, (ni! loth, y noloMni
Ladies' Dressing Tables,
Combination Cases, Etc.
Change in Business on
Reduction in Prices For Cash
62 k; 54-inch
. 11V .V
ii-ic mr nnm
Our lot children's
o;c. 7;c, now
are going rapidly.
linen, napkins and
Asheville, N. C
39 S. MAIN ST
band and arriving every d;iy. Also a Iruit
10 barrels choice apples, Baldwins, North
quulitv of all goods guaranteed in every
New Home Bewln JMachlnes. Rustic
North Carolina Woods,
No 10 N. Court p-qiiare.
30 N MAIN ST.
KKAL B8TATU Itl'OKHKH.
NOTARY PUBLIC '
Louia Srrurely placed at 8 per cent.
Oftees as 36 Pattoo Ave., up stairs
your order for winter supply. It take
a pretty iirl to draw attention, a toper
to draw a blister, a horse to draw a bug
draw the trade by the superfine quality
OOce t) Patton Are,
DID YOU EVER
thitik how cheap,
ugly and uncomfor-
able shoes are being
to wear out in a
hurry bo as to keep
you always buying
pressed inner and
outer shoe eoles that swell
and loote their fhaoe ih"
first day's rain.
Our shoe reputation hns
been built upon Jeath- ronly.
Shoe3 that fit and wear well
Comet styles, elegant floih,
properly proportioned and
comfortable to the wearer.
and at as low a nrke as
leather can be sold.
There is but one place to
buy tine shoes and that is
G. A. MEARS & SONS,
29,31 and 33 S.Mam street,
Asheville, N. C.
Can You Tell Why it Is That tluvrrt
Get the Best Values In
Simply Because More Skill Is
Buying and Blending
A Trial is All We Ask.
MO. 49 PATTON AVENUE.
YOIT CAN BUY AT
22 Patton Ave.:
Armour's White Label Leal Lard, 10c,
l-'airbunk's Golden Cuttolcne, 10c.
Granulated Sugar, 19 lbs. for $1.00
150 White Oil, 9c.
Pratt's Astral Oil, 15c.
Tcllico Flour, per 100 lbs., $1.85
Electric Light Flour, per 100 lbs., $1.60
Electric Light Flour, per V4 sack, 40c,
Maple Syrup, per gallon, $1.00
Maple Syrup, per Vt gallon, GOc,
Maple Syrup, per quart, 35c,
Buckwheat Flour, per lb., 3'a:
Best H,ims, 12' .3c,
CONTINUES TO SUSTAIN ITS ESTAB
LISHED RKPDTATION FOR FIRST
Broken Wagons and Vehicles
OH ALL KINDS TO
. B. BURNETT'S .
chop on College street, where they will lie re
paireit promptly and in first class style. Hav
Ing secured a first class horse-shoer, I make all
kinds of fine shoeing a specially.
W. A, UARSHALL,
Graduate of the Ohio Vetrlntry College,
Vetrinary Surgeon and Dentist,
7".College St., Telephone I,
Opposite Stikclesther's Stable.
No. 4 N. Court Square, Pp BUirt.
Real Estate Agts. & Brokers
That is Going at Cost Now
P. Savyer, 47 S. Uaiii St. STAIR
For Sale 7 . . .
H CRUSHED COKE.
Rwt, Jfliicn Lump: Rpwt .letliro DnmfBtir. Nt
Antbracit, all sizes, in car lots
facilities guarantee dean coal
ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL CO ,
TELKPHONR J6 ft 40
TWO FIRST GLASS SHOEMAKERS
teadw Einploymtnt Ulveu. Alio a dot
about 1 vcara old lo learn catling- and
milng Good chance tor reliable bos'.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
Why send your orders to shippers when you can buy them just as cheap In this market. Orders
insandioxtllonlotsascheapasyoucanhavethcmshippedto you. special wholesale rales te
clubs and societies who want oysters by the gallon. Oysters carefully packed ana shlppe4 t
parties residing out oftlie city. Received fresh daily.
J. F. MILLER.
A GOOD PAIR. OF GOLD SPECTACLES, A GOOD WATCH
Or the best Nickel Alarm Clock ercr sold at the nrice we hare
it. I also make a SPECIALTY of fine WATCH REPAIRING
and GUARANTEE all my work to give SATISFACTION.
8 N. rOl'RT BQVARF.
BUNCOMBE HALL, !
48 South Main Street, Aahevllle.
PURB DOMESTIC AND IMPORTBD
Wines, Liquors, Ales
Best Cigars and Tobaccos
Cooper Old Corn and Rye Whiskey
From my Transylranta diatillery. No adnlteratlon.
A. O. HAtYHCatTON, Prop.
P. O. Box 883.
Asheville - Steam " Laundry,
NO. 43 WAIT IOI.LEGF. STREET,
"It's a Good Thing;
Push It Along."
Hotel Berkley, 19 Patton Ire.
ORIGINATORS NOT IMITATORS.
Change of Management
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The undersigned having bought out the Ashe
ville Transfer Co., beg to announce that i
will hereafter be managed by Herbert C. Allen.
We retain the old name and office, )S College
street, telephone No. i. We will give
STRICT and PROMPT
Attention to sll orders Ibr.baggage, and respect-
fully solicit your patronage.
HERBERT C. ALLEN,
E. D. REELING,
R. r. FOSTER.
or Us. Our ir. i-iwnino-
to the purchaser.
OFFICE JS ft u PATTON AVE
9 Court Square.
STALL, is, CITY H.ABKKT.
That collar work right this
morning? Tug and pull
before yon got it orer the
button? You can sare all
that worry now. Try the
new way soft, pliable
WHT DON'T VOV KCONOMISKT
THE IMPERIAL TRIO.
Violinist. PARIS CONSERVATOR V,
CHARLES L. BCHABFBR,
Pianist, FRANKFORT CONSERVATORY
'Cellist BRUSSELS CONSERVATORY,
.Will open a studio at 71 Orange street, Ashe
ville, on September the 1st and will now receive
applications for the following branches : Violin,
viola, cello, piano, or fan, singing, harmony,
compost tion, French and Oermaa languages,
K EN I L WORTH INN.
is Your Chance
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