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7estern ' Carolina
ROBBERY AT ALEXANDER
A Store Broken. Into ana the Safe
v Burst Open and Looted-
There was a daTing roberry and safe
eight before lasttashrdltaohrdlutacrdluaor
Wf.wnT at Alexander, .in -this, county.
k A w '
nisht before last The store of Morris and
chanhprfl was broken open and entered by
tfTH.-Anrin the- nizht.-'' -
uit .--.-0 - - - - .
The store house is locaieu
pot at Alexander ana wunin a iew-irt
.railroad. Yesterday whea" ilcrris one
of the owners, came to open the fare, ha
- TT . i
touna iue uwi viviv
began an investigation.-He aiscovereu 11,
several pairs of shoes were gone from the
criaiiroa nrl ottuer articles 01 mercuouuw
missing. His next thought wasof the eafe,
which was kept under tne counter, iw "iB
consternation he found it also -missing. The
(safe, when closed tho night -before, con
tained about $75 in cash and. several
checks for Email amounts. ' . ' J
- . - ... t. nun m . D-mall ntlifi-' hSid
been rolled out of the store,-across the first, opportunity, and will embrace it if
street, and there turned upside down, bat- -it promises to give her railroad, commu
tered 'into and. rifled of its conten'ts. . An nication under -reasonable competition reg
axe which was evidently : the instrument uiations north and south, .and -to this end
-ivine near the safe. ' The safe j a meetinz was held in Columibus -last week.
wai ivTvoned at he -bottom, which was made
of cement, covered with thick sheet iron; ' 1
The news of the roDoery wcs urvu&ut w 1 roaa irom tiaiiney, . v;., ana unaer a re
this city early yesterday mOrning. j cent act of the legislature that fund or
Among the missing cheoks is on-e arawu 1
by J. N. Vance,- one oy jvi. d. -iiin.dvij rganiizauan upon couuiuoa .01 ou.uuu -au-trvr
4 00. one by B. B. Edwards' for $5.00, ditional subscription being made for the
and another for $2.60 (a goveromen-1; check) I
drawn by D. M. Buckner. xne Dans was
notified of the' robbery end given a list
and description of the checks, . that pay-
meat mieht be stopped in case of their
presentation. The saloons of the city were 1
?;a a at f-th- pheoks dven
ibem. '- " '
There is yet ho clue to -the tmves tnonga
diligent search is beng made. Some vus-
picion, however, rests upon two young men
arhn ' ftvr iwn davs or more had loitered a-
round the store, apparently without busi-J
ness or purpose. The propnetors 01 xn-e 1
store will spare : no time or expense
have the robbers captured.
Sjivan Valley . News. ' - ,
'" In looking- over .what has been aocom
plisheki irf the building up crBrevard since
mi r railroad became a certainty, out people j
deserve credit for 'the progress made.. Very j
little outside " capital :haa '.'yet been attract-
ed'hefe for investment, 'nd what is done
u iieici.iwLm , , . .
has been by' the efforts of our own people,
One, can hardly imagine the chaiige tn
appearance which two. short vyearlf; have
made m the bUSineSS moraon W our Vlf
maae m me. 3 , ... .
gressive town. . . - - .
But it is not alone in. the 'business quar-
ter that signs of progress and lnsprove
ment are visible. ; One ' can 'not-'? go any
where--within i the corporate limits and be
ouf of sisrht of new cotftages .'whtoh : have
Tippti pTftted durin? the same time. fThe
vv-t' ,Af;.t)t-, tna-n . ,q -Weill AS I
its.tDopnlation-has nearly, doubled witnin
tte t to Tnew XJS
l"'tr5 17 -
But -What Of the tUtUrei, II :r..UJreyaxu
" ? a? taMv"?
.. . ... . : it .1-. .it f lt'n..iM. :.V Wfl
maKe xneir eiay n- ..v
neea a Docei jnai wni, -uiwi,. we iuui,t
Inn in Asheville. ' Borne inducement" mnst
f be held out by our people for-the construe
are num'berless beauti'ful and appropriate
sites lor sucu aq enterprise, ana n is our i
dutv to bring the fact -promihently ?to the
notice of parties having. money. -to invest I
It will be money in the .pockets of all.oUT
the site in return for the construction of I
a nrst-ciass nosuene. ... .. . -,.:;i;,
, . i .v . - I
UI 'greater l'miwriance XM yux wu 'yell's
than ibuilding a .hotel Is a water suippiy.
No caital.will seek nvestment,in.a town
drought. With abundance ofneveT-fa
ing mountain branches on all sides of town
it is a disgrace to us that we .depend - on
wells which . annually go dry. - - Can! t we
formulate some scheme 3y which a be
ginning can be made and the town supplied
Our streets and sidewalks- need ismprov
ing if -we . expect "tp attract the, visits.' of
taiose who -have idle time at their disposal
,The bicycle is one of the institutions ol the
country wni:n is nere to. . stay: and te
m.ust pTepare. for the comfort of those la
dies as ; well as gentlemen iwho ride the
wheel for recreation and -pleasure.' : While
we 'may not be able ,to pave our .streets,
there is much that' w e 'could" do to ' make
the soiourn of "summer: visitors mora ah-
JoyaCble. - r " .. -. '';
With the year 1898 let us make a start
which will hel'D to 'attra.pt. aird" regain .iim
mer travel. - -If we can do nothin'e pise we
can bend our energies to securing a water
supply and mending our puiblic thorou2-h- 1
fares. . We must accomplish -something for
better conditions which we can point back
to with pride in. the opening years of the
-.twentieth "century ..? -'If we Wan -not secure
water without issuing bonds, let Us have
the water owned by the town.
.. i -a
COLD KlttNG IN WORTH HARfil IW5
.. . . .. : j
Several years ago Thomas A. Edison, the
.inventor, came to' , Charlotte anf snpnt
three months, during all of which time he
. . , ...
v-2s engaged m a diligent study of the
LJi-i uiea ml .luis section, ins object was
the invention of .a plan to extract , th ft e-rtM
from the loW-erade or -iiPPP-fn.
q. ,. ' . . . . r"'
rroutatly. This has been the recognized
prociem ci tne souxnern gold mining in-
dustry. a problem that once solved .will
.convert his immediate' section of the coun-
try into one of the greatest -gold mining
-districts in the world. The inventor did a
' rreat deal of experimenting in the labo-
ratorv which 'he fitted un here, but ' was
rather re ticent as to the result. ' He' left
the krpressicn,' though,- upon those-"- with
whom he talked, that while he had not"
tueceeded in working out a successful pro
cess, he was cor. h lent of.', ultimate suc
It -will be no surprise to learn .therefore,-
C3 stated in. -an article elsewhere that Mr.
Elisoa has cr." ;uaccd -the perfection of
L'.i inver.ticn f :r treating -low-rrade ores.
T.-iit rrcc-."5 is a . succe-Hsiul one is
t:1;: f;r ;.rar;t: Ur.!:-.3 ha wa3 perfectly
sati.tr.ed cr :i r :""t vculd not have
some bum wiiVu-; vu, .j r - - these mountains Lan-ndt compete. iPlant'a
to accompnsn uaou ue . -;iy Dext . ,,1. val tion,
attract to our. miosi jneu ui c:uu. - - . s - , , I was
must secure accommodations which will . , , .;
r " V
perfected -his 't Ian and 13, ccraizg south to
try it. Mr. .-Edison saw here what every
prospector sees a section of country un
derlaid -with .gold--open pits and shafts re
vealing vein3 of gold ore that are apparent
ly, inexhaustible, lie saw that what was
needed was a process by which the gold
could be extracted from the ores success
fully. That process found, the one draw
back would be removed and the gold could
be nlined iat a profit Mr. Edison is cot ex
aggerating at all when he says that there
Is sufficient ore here to keep one ofhis big
mills .busy five hundred years. His pro.
pkmfc will cost million dollars,
and he can make a profit on ores that as-
say as low as $1.25 per ton. In other words
by his process, wherever there .-toa speck of
UiU ILL VL UilXC VI Vic H I" y w u
importance of an invention, of this Kind
to the south can hardly be-estimated.
- - ,
RAILROAD FOR PCLK. .
Polk county once voted against a rail
road and has suffered from it ever since.
Her people have seen their error and : are
now earnestly and eagerly, looking for the
Under a former charter Polk voted aub
Cription of 150,000 to a company for a
6ubsoription may e transterrea to a new
purpose of building a road from Tryon to
Rutherfordton to unite with the seaDoara
Air Line.,. : ' '
A committee has been appointed to take
subscription im cash, lands, laibor or ma-
terial. and thehope Is expressed that the
nMmfln win m -v mv,! :f
the people of Polk and be successful.'. Try-
on. Columbus, Sandy Plains, MUi Springs
are interested. " " - - .y -
, Greenville,' S. is interested, and a
tudv of interest of all these points and
jjb.e great advantages to be attained in' get -
ting another ..through Jine south fwill not
fail to show to the people of Polk what
they feave'in their handsif the will use j
it. Weste-m vindicator. . . ; . - ' I
TO CURE .A COLB'IN pNE DAY.
:.-,-..-. , t
cure 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on 1
each tablet. , ;;. " " f I
' ; - ; ' -.-
--ici-lwi uun., intntai.
- "in view 0 the. .tact. that -western yeliow
,- . - ' -...:
corn is coming. into demand at our -distil-
lenes tne only casn -market our larmers
have for corn Biigh-c it not Toe the part .of j
buwju.w inn wu-oc ...jiraraa jww as
rt nf hv w-p--., - vjiIIpv?
wmTi.tv is mu-fih .shettp-r. d-itpd to hp
raiailtg of tne Iow growing and largev'yleld-
they begin to receive-cash'returhs for theif 1
labors; The 'western I yellows "will .- bear i
r""rr r--Zlr: TC.rilj:
ite neighbor; contains -a lar-erenL
ought t0 stUd7 these facts and be
gin at once the raising of this crop which
, ,. - . ... I
wish sru.sr.-j1 n
' V. I." ".:; :....-,!. . : ... ;.V"T.f.:.- ...,t.4.'. :.l
iiu-.T-a Htr.v OTao.t -d r ' I
St hroat and lunS trouMes.-C. A.
I DUMMY LINE JO LEICESTER.
, i - - to--44' t v . "
: iteester, .Jan. 14.It hasibeen said by
some " prominent citizens of this commu-
nity that they' h'elieveil ' a ' dummy ' line I
- - . - vtf53 V"
VJTSSLKr Willi 111 IliVH -Tnt-fl illflatlAii i I
, ; . H"
v..vt bimi nmyurmuw l me people 1
this .community.: and ' it """is.also . bplievpfl I
townships, will ,,he. willing to oppronriate I
money for the purpose of running ;a "dum- I
my line jrom Asheville to Cross-Back. - I
Leicester Js beautifully, situated about I
twelve miles 'west 'of 'Asheville. and Is "a 1
thriving little-village, containiner" several I
dry. goods stores. "..,,;
,-Dr,: Huse'a residence ; is nearine comtile- I
tion. . it wiii.be the most - beautLful;build - .l
ing in the village'" when completed." . -
The, supreme grand lodge of . masons has
eiected the following officers for the ensu-
s year: -Walter IE. Moore, grand master;
k- j- Noble, deputy grand master: -Bever-
1"?' Roys'ter, senior: grand warden j;H. I:
OlarK, junior, grand warden.
' Several parties have been in .Rutherford
rton recently, and others' are coming 'to, 'see
Lue iay-oi xne iana, ana.ir tne ngnt. induce
mhts are offered .there is evidence .that a
development of material interests will re-
ult in the near future which will mean
much for. the advancement of our busi-
nss prospects.- Western .Vindicator.
... xiiw. iyitjvfc?uuurs uoiuiiy .alliance, at a
meeting, held Tha-rsday, adopted the fol-
lowing resolutions: "Resolved. Thaf .tlP
Mecklenburg county farmers' alliance urge
xne managers and editors of our state .or
'0f?85V!.-Farmer' ,be lesS
partisan in political discussionis, and to de-
vote more space to advocating non-partisan
. E13tin Times: Mr. Horton Haines, who
nves upon the (Big ilk, was in town last
Tuesday, and with him was his son,. San-
ford Haines, a boy of 18 years, well stowd
I an ! intelligent, bui with the peculiarity
that he cannot be induced by his father or
any -.other-person to speak a . word when he
Is. -away 'from .home, Ibut while - he ds at
aomQ talks as glibly as. anybody; we tried
get him to speak, but it , was a failure.
His a'ther says that -when the boy was quite
m-a-U he .was visiting a neighbor, and a
man teased the boy, who got mad, and
trom that time on he has eteadllv re
fused to speak a word while away from
EverTkdy .ay3 Z;
Cascarets Crr.dv Cat! .rt!c, 11:3 n:cst v:c-c-rful
medical discocrvcf tl.e rro, r'c--,-ant
and refreshinar to the taste, ret p-ently
and positively on k'idneys, liver end towels,
clezv.$zig tba entire system, cirel eclds,
cure lic-adrxhe, ferpr, l'aliitual rcr.stirat-icri
tv t',ionsnePS. . P3ca3 buy and trv a 1 f- i
cTC. C. C. trWlny; 10. 2a. fu reins. tolJai.::
r I:, 1 13 euiv .-" rU ".r- . ;;: '
ing western- yellow than the tall southern reyiaceu, wwum tiu S'-,, r '
white- corn, and the ; sooner, our farmers I v, Complain twas -made f ;-he la?k ox cross-
it .wiMtrair A 'rtwtiflii .miii I lnfi:s at -Ihfe ''lntersefitioxt of iEast and Se-
The I7cv7 Cede Adopted by
, the Beard.
New Sidewalks. C-jrbir. sr.d Prcs
V, - pectivo Ssvcrs.' ;
Building Improvements in the North
East Part of the City-Saloon Hours
Money, for the Schools- ,
The board of aldermen ne!d their regu-
lar weekly (meeting last night. A letter
was read- from Mt, DuBos'e to Mr. Jones
relative to finding employment tfor the sro-;
men in the county jail. AsTMr. VJones was
not present .the . repose of the. committee
was 'carried over. -
Mr. Scott sltated that he and Mr. Lee
had selected a place for the stwifich on
which to sid4-tr3ick coal for. -the' water
vorks. - .-',"
Mr-'Burnett reported that ipermission had
beeii given to Mr. ; Wright to ereot (the Iron
store room opposite! the ipostofiice.
' iThe matter of allowing-persons -to con
nect, with 'the city's aewers' ou'tskLe the
v - '
corporation was brought . up, persons on
Montford avenue being referred" to. ,The
ques tion was asked whether or not that line
of sewers helonged -to the' city, but no'con-
clnsion was reached. " .
Mr. ' Burnett spoke also of the complialnt-
that - was being made of the .' foundry on
West; Haywood street, and a . 'committee
was appointed to' investfgate the matter, j
7'- ,T ; " V 7 T
walks on Ballev and Clayton streets had
bee. emoted, .Bd tl U. ia U wVe,
ment on ourt ,squere had . been patched.
was read Jby Mr. IMears. A -statement was
also made that the persons who had, peti
tioned for a sidewal'k between Montford
avenue andFlint streetwere wrmin-g tD
make the sidewalks should the city tfurnish
. cwWn- rrbe thouKhtHhe walks'
Were necessary and-ordered .that-i5VV B
Troy be; instructed to fhip 5two car-loads(.of
v i ' i'i ; 4 ii - ' -o-.i '-; l
4lr.Bos.tlc stated that, two persons 'on
Clayton street 'desired' the -ceunenti steps
-whl, feadtiteefl.niv.4nj srMnfcfc fee
'streets and - Frecich Broad avenue and
Phif er:1 street"; T'he gcroselRg were, ordered
' ; Jud;2re LVieTrimon then arose ana in behalf
Of fche'W; Cf. 'T. U. ' begged the "board to
shorten the 'saloon r hours. ' lie called at-r
tention is the fa,?ti-.thats Saturday i -night
was the time -when anost.men received their
pay, and if the "opportunfty to" spend this
for ''liquor" presented itself,.: theSr (fami'lies
would be the- sufferers.. fThe judge; talked
m ton a .Mn ',lMtfi .n4 nvn Timlfcrl
roTwi to rv .
KanMn' offered the opportunity ror a mo
(but none ibeinig offered, the .matter
dropped.--- rt- - , -.j s.t r ur' i
."". . - . . . .... .. -. , l
matter Mr. Guisichard had (been investi-
In tersecftion .,of -.French Broad avenue ' and
Phlfer street., No- altion' iwas taken in
either matter: ' '- ' - , 1 ' -V
The clerk then read the communication
fcorm W. G; Roul.-of-tNewrTerk. ;Mr Roul
owns thirty-four , acres beyond Chestnut
street (between" Charlotte and Sunset drive,
which he is going to lay . off Irt--lots and
upon which he - -exrp-eicts - to hulld"- cottages,
e-spending .at least 435,000, He wants the
orTnt.tP trpet. nl- flwn - hrnih -
. . . .
h-Mf.n DiAn9: th. -hrih run.tn mtitia-
tir.n man ha motp, iwi.ifh thp. ima-n.Unp iit
-ReeA'a fanm. He offp-r to ioan the- -citv
arn'ount about . $4,000at; 5
After ome discussion the ma titer was re-
ferred ;to-;the sewer; and water committee
-'Mr. Craig, -then .presented five copies of
the revised city cokie which has just! (been
gotten 'out and? made'-some KMmparisons
between it and ithe old ohe,- It wastmoved
that this code tie -given the- three read-
inxs- and he acce-oted.-; T; : t
- ; Sixteen hundred uoiiars waa hen or
dered; to be paid to the'efty schools. .
iMr., tScott spoke of -the fine timber ithat
was ibeimg cut onv the city's property at the
water works." '"Ah ordinance fcribldding the
felling of any live trees was passed. .
A number of irequesits for tax exemptions
were presented by J. A. Campbell and were
granited.' ' 'r'
The follawlng (bills were ordered paid:
E. Sevier," $5.20: John Baird, $4.00; Hein
itsh & Reagan, $2.'25; IF. M,-Lindsey$11.90;
Sumner & Merrell, $5.60; street pay roll,
$129.42 ; sanitary , pay roll,., $80.30 ; .Standard
Oil and Gasoline .'Co.; $3.90; Gazette i Puib.
Co., $1.10; J. G. Dmckttt, $10.00; R'. B.
Olevenger, $10.00 ; . (Slayden,-: Fakes & Co..
S1.S0: PmwAll Sr. Snifter.. $6.37: Sou. fRv. m..
1 103 Patten
11: ; r-r.cJ to QsaJ A-ut a C'rn'I-r
'r Caco FcIIoivcd t.D Othsr r.'an'o
Th3 following incident 13 given by
Ci.irl3 Ilcrris, general j3tber,2 Lexing
ton Avenue, North Cambridge, Hac3.:
"Several years ago I became poisoned
by ivy. I tried many medicines, spending
& 1-T3 sum cf money without ofctainic
a particle of good. My children -were
al30 adicted with the same disease. We,
were all constant safferera withLn awful
itching sensation, and it seemed as if I
should. tear, myself to pieces. I picked
up a paper in which I found printed a
testimonial from a man in Vermont who
had been similarly afHicted and had taken
Hood's Sarsaparilla with benefit. I bought
a bottle, which we took and it did
Lie and fJly Children
so much good I purchased another supply.
We continued taking Hood's go.Tsaparilla
until weu3ed Ovo' bottlc3 and I can
saf ely say that noitbzarzelt ncr children
have any sign3 cf ilm poison. li has en
tirely left us and T7C aro n-er,'ectly cured.
We give the whole creditto Hood's 6arsa
parilla. Be lore rscortinj to this medicine
J was reduced in V7eiut, but ' cow I
weigh .173 pounds, llojti'r, Sarsaparilla.
has nob only done much good but has
been the means cf savir mo a great deal
oL, rnor.y. ; I, vros IX be ; without it
in xny honso tirl 1 l czl'.z- recommend
it to all who Arc'sOicC. . ' I'have writ
ten this statement f pBiication, of rhy
own will, as I war.t; ct!icrTto fcnow what
has cono'for U3." Chaeus3 MOEEia. - ,
S-Irk-rifl'c O?1!! are tlia only pills to tako
ITiOOU S JT 1 US. v.-ith llood'3 Sarsayarilla.
$1-49; W. W. Goldsmith, 51-50; Mrs. J.- V.
Ball, $7.10; water payroll, $50.56: coutpons,
city, bonds, $809.00, iA.sheville. Ite : & Coal
Co., $H8.50. : :
Weekly cash statement,", January 14,
1898: ' " - ' -
RECEIPTS. ' '
Cash on hand .Jan. 7, 1898:.;... 1"..$ 6,383.21
Collected by J. A. Campbell, T. C 1,169.17
M. "E. : RctoertSj water department 1,400.47
M. VE. ' Jloberts, sanitary 1 depart- -
, fment v. .108.02
M.jW.v Robertson, sundries1.....'..'" v 12. 00
W. H. Bird, sanitary department. " 29.55
W-- A. James, iries ;..V.-. 10.05
Geo. H. Starnes, scales.. i..... v..' , .-. 12,15
" ' y'DlS-BURSElirEJNTS. . ' '
Street-departments v. U . . :$
Water "departments . .T.
Fire department v .1 1 A JV. .'n
Sanitary. depar!tment....i..,.v;."'." .
Police 'depaptanentX:, iXi . v.tXf-A V
Market,, department. i. . . . .
Mi'sceaianeous" .-. ...t. .1 . .". .V. J
Salary ..t.:;..Y. ;.:".
Street lighting. .:iL.. .
Interest ,..MP. ?..-...
Cash on hand
"" - - - $9,124.62
. KAS0NIC ORPHANAGE BUIL5lNG. .
W. Ii.'Hume, of -Transylvania county, is
In the city on '-his", way -home 'from the
grand ; lodge of iMasona at Orford15j which
adjourned Thursday at noon. ; dir. Hume
reports the meeting- as a most pleasant,' ih-
terestingand harmonious one. , ' '.
!B. N. Dufke,. of 'Durham, proposed to
give the sunt of $7,50"0. for Hhe erection'. of
new buildings at the orphanage, ' provided
.the grands lodge; would 4 raise -an ; equal
amount for. the same purpose. This propo-
f f r1on waf readily .accepted" and miuch5' of
the lodge's part was pledged and the' re
nwinder will no" doubt !e' raised at once?
Caicarets . stimulate the llrer. vkidneyfl
and bowels. -Never; sicken. " weaken or
gripe, 10ey at Pelham'a Pharmacy.' --':5--
; One; Minute Cough - Cure cures quickly.'l
imat's what you want! C. A. Raysor. "-.
Noth- Carolina,-"' Buncombe. 1 Courts. v'In
the Superior Court. r , '
SandyVFlemlng vs.: J.IT.' Brlgman and E.
B. Brigman. Notice of -Sale. r .re ! '-f -'-f.T
' i By virtue of an execution, directed, to the
undersigned 'from "the;. Superior; court' of
Buncombe county in the'above entitled ac
tion, I . will pn Monday- the ,7th. day . of
February, 1898 at. 12 o'clock, npon, at the
court house door at Asheville;' N. , C, sell
to 'the highest bidder for cash - to satisfy
said execution, all - the right, title and in
terest which the said; defendants have in
the . following .described property, to wit:
A -tract ,of land in Flat Creek township,
County of 'Buncombe adjoining the lands
of W "R- Edmonds,- LuclUs Eller,' Fulton
Cole and others, being a tract of land for
merly belonging. to the Dr Marion Roberta
estate containing "100 acres more or less.
This Jan. 6th, 1898. - - - . '.- '' ,
W. M. WORLEY, Sheriff.- ,
.; . tij j. m. unamoers, v.
T7oik IZxecuted on Prt,i.ais8.
LIcn;::.:cntal I.Ir.r jIo, Granite r.nd
Asiisville, N. C.
....at.... . . . c L2 :
LJi irlr'i ycu -C.-3 IxTe F:i3::;l 11.
Art Neelle Tok Mrs. B. D. Jost3.
Tikery J. -21. Li sion.
Docks II. T. I cgers.
Boots and ho.3 J. Span,
Carrets and . FurnituTe
Candy Kitchen L. il. Theobold.
Clothing Whitlock Clothing Hours.
Clothing Alexander & Courtney.
Drugs Heinitsh & iteagan.
Drugs Dr. Gmlth.
Dairy, Raseland J. B. Morris. :
Dry Goods Bon iMarche. '
. Engraving Miss A QI. Cole. - - ,1
Florists-Idlewil'd Floral Co. '
Fresh Oysters Ashevijle Fish Co.
Fruits W. E. Allen.
Groceries A- D. Cooper.
Groceries Cowan & Stradley.- -
Groceries A. F. Cook. - , - . ,
' .Hardware 'Brown, Northup & Co.
.Job Printing Asheville Printing Co. ,
Jeweler tB. H. Cosby. - ;
Laundry lAsheville Steam Laundry. T
" Id very Chambers & Weaver. .
Meats, Game, etc. W. !M. Hill & Co. -
Music Depot (Hough & Dunham. - "
Men's Outfitter M. Marcus. -
Newspaper Daily Gazette. C v . ;
Paiits and Paper ;F. B. Miller. ' "
" Photograph T. Hr Lindsey. , . .
- Vegetables R. Lw'Ownbey.,
We pay'CASlH" premiums; Ticket book,
supplied .gratis at the office, room 33, 51
Pat ton avenue. .t ' -
HENDERSON VHXK AND BBETABD
' . V ' B. R. ... " "i
T. J. RICKMAN, Manager.
; .In -Effect Sunday, Dec. 5, 1897..' -(Standard
NO. 2,PaUy Stations . NO. 1, Daily.
4.10 pm Lt .Hendersonville. . Ar 12.30 pm
4.40 pmiLy Horse Shoe. ..... Ar 12.10 pm
4.45 pm Ijv .....Cannon. ... ..' Ar 11.55 am
4.53 pm Lv ......Money , Ar 11.47 am
5.03 pm'Lv :Fodderstack. i. Ar 11.37 am
5.13 pm Lv .... .'.Penrose Ar 11.27 am
5.25 pm Xiv .Davidson 1 River. Ar. 11.15 am
5.40 pm Ar i.,f. Brevard..... Iv, 11.00 am
; i . . , . - ..,T s.-rBOSWELA., Supt.
TUe Smith Premier
Tmruipiiifa ia- andniieail ; thii TT . Si
soy ern men t; What mare dp joq -an t
the earth? Jf fou know anything, at ail
about Jit, yau know it's the best: i
I. B. ALEXANDER, At jT 5Q Pattorv Ave.'
Ball & Sheppard.
6 Patton Ave
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Rradtioil Itiinbef si 6as
; " nd Steam. Fitters.: r ;
REPAIR WORK A SBECIALTY
: - Done, on Short Notice. , :
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I ;iirSirappingDoiiafs.' I
t Being so often accused . of. .the
v above vre are. led Jx .believe that we
. are ; selling goods , daily for less
v money j than; .others are willing... to.
take. for them. " - " ' . ' , "
; , Now vwe -do,notJJmInd sncli, critic
-clsms. " Really 1 they 'are' "our. best
advertisements. Three . cars" . Flour
- and - Feed this'- week with' another-
arrival Monday. '
Come right- along for-' while 'the
dollar - swapping, goes on t we save
-you money. V- ' i - - - ', - , -
1 - ' H. 0. J9JINSON-C0.i ;
.-- . 36 & 38 North alain. '. .
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tzusz te cicsed
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r.nteed, Cll to 120.
vteelsD to 15. Cli
without -r :2 vanes
EAIilv- A'.BIOYCL:. fcy heir
in c -: i
Iliily, by mail - -
Daily Ic Sunday by mail, 8 a yar
Sun clay Sun
13 the greatest Sunday Newspa.
per in the vot11.
Prica 5a a copy. By coil, $2 a year
Address THE SUN, New "York.'
Everything needed iby amateur or prof eg-
, sionaH if or making pictures, .. , : ,
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To the amateur we offer vtse ofEark
room in rear of store, films, plates, print
ing papers, toning and. developing solu
tions,, all of the be3t quality, at reasonable
prices. j ' ' ! - ,
We make a s-peicialty yf hig-h-cless derel
oping and printing, together with all kinds
finishing for amateurs. ' - ' -
We ?uy, sell anft. rent cameras. .
v We make blue; prints of plots, surveys
etc - , "','
We sell corrugated pasteboard for pack
ing photos, paintings, etc., very ritiff and
light. We do the packing if desired. .- f
RAY'S BIG TOY. STORE,
..- j 8 XSTorth Courr Square.
111 HJ-.-. ,(
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ASHEVILLE, N. G
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1 We will pay $15.00. each for; : two. . or
three wolves and $10.00 ' each for two' or
three Canadian -lynx, ? the big tuft-eared,
light colored cat not the Ordinary .wild cat.
When you?get one remove entrails imme
diately; stuff , some, dry hay or '-straw into
the body and ship at once, by express, to
State Museum -Raleigh N. C. and money
will be sent-you by T'eturn mail.',.- ! . .
; j - : II. BRhlLBY,
,, r ' ' ''- x -- Curator State rMusenn.,:
- :4 Wei Year's Offering
in rich confections,, put ; up ln-Vfancy baa
tets, boxes, and 'is most pleasing '.to "the
Yovzz ..ladies, and are gifts eat can' -be
properly, received, and every 'morsel
- 'crunched under their sweet tooth with ttnc
tuoua pleasure and gratitude. Our . ' de
licious stock is most tempting. '
Asheville Candy Kitchen,
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L. LI: TiironoLD, Prop.
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- Cn3 on aDDroval
t factory clearinar sale.
r !vcrt:;8 us. Ve will giye
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