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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZKN: SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 18JX).
THE FRIMARY ELECTIONS
HKINtl HHI.I) IKi Bl'NCCmilli
Mnmen of the caiulldalc-H Hi'tmt
Voted for mid of TIimc Who
Have Voted VoIIiik t the foiirl
HouHe and lluiicomlte Ware-
The democratic primary t'livtions lor
tlic purpose of k'v'"K the ilenim-nun-voter'
opportunity to vxpri'Mi tluii
eluiiee of c-undiiliites lor the hoiise of ri p
rewntulivi'K ami various eountv ollieers
are being helil in limuonilie county lo
tiny. Ik-lcniitc for the eoiniiy enliven
tion (ire also licing clmsiii. In A.lievilk
the vntiiiK 'h"u' custmnaiv
plnccn: The court house tor ihe ensi
wanl ami the Iliiiieoiulie warehouse lot
the west wind.
The eiiuiliihilex voted lor arc:
Shvritl I . I.. Key Holds.
Clerk siiniinr court W. K. Yoinuj. .1
M. Woodward. W. II. Wilson, J. II. (. in
ter. J. M. Israel, J. I.. Catlicy, J. S. West
inid'T. V. Sht lloii.
Ueu'ister ol liccds . . Mackc and C.
Kepresentatives-rM. I.. Kccil, W. II,
Curtis, J no. W. Stariiis, l.oi kc Cran;, C .
l l.owrv, J. S. T. Kami. t. A. Illack
well. Coroner I.. It. Melliaver. C. li. 111
liard. Survevor A. II. Slarnis, II. 1 I'atton.
II. M. l.'ce.
Treasurer I. II. Courtiu v.
At the court house the pull I'prticil at
loo'clii'k with K. I.. I'lUpatriik, . M.
I'avisaud I. M. Ilroylcs as judges. Vot
ing was rather slow and at I o'clock,
when the judges Ictl lor dinner, iuit
eighty votes had Ik'cii cast. Those w ho
li. 11. Wright, J. . Howell, li. 1 1. C.u
ter. . M. Smith, . W. Crawlonl, K. I..
I'utly. H. l. Sm lie. I". X. Waildell. X. I'
Corn, J. K. i'litterson. W. A. Kins, J. 1'.
Cameron, C. A. WcUli, J. II. l.oui:hraii.
J. T. XeijjhlHir. T. W. i'ili.itnck. J. II.
Weaver. K. T. Ilolhuyswinih, II. li.'l'roi
litt, J. A. Williams, ir., A, l i. West. ii.
Hand, I.. K. Alexander, II. I'. I '.rant. I..
II. Xies. T. H. Soiinn. . I'. Marshal.
T. renniinan, . W. CauMe, li. I. Holmes.
C. 1'. Hill, A. P. Mitchell. 1. M. Whilson.
J. P. Arthur, K. u. .Seville', J. I.. Cairoll,
II. A. I'.iuljjer, W . 1'. lustiec, K. Kieh.
P. li. Scrubs. W. I-'. K.iml.llph, 11. I '.
Child, !'. M. Snider. u... M. Iliadlcx.
W, W. West. K. Himii, i. X. Sliurklcli.ni.
X. T. Chandlers, T. C. niyaie, C. II.
Leonard, . W. AiuIcinoh, t. i,. Hwnliii.tn,
J. P. Mallory. K. J. Siokely. Y. II. Cla
ton, M. W. l'ioKett. I;. W. i .reer, C.
Havis, A. S. Siiil.lcilh, J. A. Kenyan, 1'.
I. . Key uol.ls. J I'. Mory.ni. . W. St hai
tle,.. II. Wooily. li. K. Overman. II. I'
Carter, W . K. W hilsou, . V. Cortlami.
A. II. Hair, I, II. M. loue's. li. II. Lewis.
P. I. Love. C. I". i'r.iuk, J. T. Ilosiie. II.
L. Clavton, Adolph unlock. . li. Wo
don. Si II. l.vles. W. . I'osicll. J. K. Ilai
lock, J. II. Lev.
Twohslsol delegates lor the coiinti
eonveiilion were voud lor in tlic tasi
ward. The lirsi list : C. II. Lcouaid. W
II. Clavton, X. P. Corn, K. M. l-utnian.
T. W . Hrauili, S. II Kee.l.J. M. Westali.
W W. Ilarnard. W. XI. Ci.nke. W. f
Hradlcv, M. W. hocii. I'aiml lUnde.
Hon, . W . Craw lout.
The second list: T. C. Wesiall. II. h
Curler, J. li. Howell. . W . West, K. M
I'liriii.in. II. It. Weaver. J. I.. Ihckeison
. S. Irani, T. A. Jones, I.. R i.nur. J
. Sehartlc, J. M. Smiih, W. I-' Kai,
Al Ihe HuhcoiiiIh' warehouse- A !. Hal
l Inn ton, li, II. I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 li i and C. C. Me
Carlv are judges and . S. Holders am.
I:. L. Jacuhs act as cleiks. flic voiiiik
theie is lirtsker than that in the east
ward. 1 he lollow in nave voicii:
.C. H. Manic. II. M. Urowii, K. Me
Hnner, W. M. Kerr. K. P. I'lteinan, J
M. Ulan, C. I . Illaiilou. T. L. v. lineman.
J. 1 1. Koliertson, W . L. Hostic, It I', p.
llritilu. li. W. Morgan, li. W. Wlnleside.
P. C. Tate. ('.. H. Kerr, W. J. Alexander.
W. II. Wilde. W. K. Ileaiden, J. I', pi.n
ilers. no. Stncev, W. C. MeConnell. oi
llarli'in. K. li. litccsc, C. C. Mel arty. 'W
P. retrain. A. li. Ilalh liui toa, . Uilliuy,
T. C. Mel ov. I. S. Hail. J. M. 'injjle. M
M. Ilradlord, W. A. lll.iir. J. i'.. Ouicii. J.
II. liaton, li. II. Slarncs. T. C. Starne's.
T. li. Hrown. C li. llilhard, . V.
Ilrown. II. W. l-'nlcnwider, ii. W. Ilnrk
hohler. William Mitchell. C. W. Ilrown.
C. J. McCiih', . L. Hunean, . 11. i is
liorne. K. T. I p'rciis, W. II. Cook. W. II
Troy. li. II. Mcares, li. Henderson, II, II.
Cos'hy. W. Aiken, W. I". Iliiins. I'.. L.
(iuisehard, l:. L. lacolis, . P. llorders, T.
I'.allaijher, J. M.' l-.dw arils. I'. X. Car
riUKloii.j. Peace, W. L. Clcun, J. W
Stockton, W. L. Ilean, !'. A. Simmer. V.
I'ridiiy. T. II. Moms. J. C. II. Instiee,
II. I'.. Saunders. . Piatt, I". IMiolilsmilli.
J. S. West. W. J.'piiekworth, II. II. Ste
veim, K. L. Xelson, W. C. larvis, li. M.
Ilerry. C. II. Hopkins, II. l'. Kawls, T. S.
Kecmr, J. II. Hostic, K. S. Stewart.
J. K. Starnes. J. M. Cainplicll, . K. Kev
liolds.J. I.. M'oore, li. Thrash, W. Iliir
rows. I . I.. McDonald, W. II. Soitny.
li. Hampton. W. li. Wiiish.w. II. li. I ill
enwider. T. X. Wiiislow. li. R NrMiolds.
I-. L. Ilorlch. l. A. Watson. S. K. Kepler.
There are in this ward also two tick
ets lor delcuiites lo the convention. Tin
firm is: T. I-'. Starnes, Milton larvis, li.
1 1. McColloin, Charles Siieiuhts, K. Mi
Itniver, II. li. l-'iilenwider. . H. Ilosiie.
T. H.olih. 11. M. Ilrovn. John W I-
cock, T. C. Starnes, J. W. Cash, Waller
(irahanl, K. P. I:nster, Walter Coniiellv,
J. M, Voting, Win. Ilean. W. W. Avery,
N. I'. Chedesler, Charles Havis. ohn liii
ton, W. li. Troy.
The second is: . M. I.orick, T. I'.
Starnes, Milton arvis, li. R Mi .'!) mil,
W. W. Avery, X. P. Chedester, I , A.
Mcares, W. K. Itciirilcn, lieo, II. Hhih
hum, J. P. Suwver, Thus. Tripplett, . II.
liaton.J. M. (ireen. J. II. Cole. J'. M.
IiikIc, ! N. Ciirrinutnii, J. A. Porter. .
L. L. Slnnle, T. II. Cnlili, C. C. MeCnrtv,
J. C. Martin, . I. Koliertson,
Reports front I'rem li Hroad township
reeeivcil bv the 17 trniii show that
Curtis and Keeil are ahead lor represen
tatives mid that the race lor clerk ol the
superior court is Iwlwecn Cartliy and
"One of the FlneHl."
We have heard many times this and
that was the I'inrst on liarlh, even a
"play" called "The I'inrst on liiirth."
but lit Inst wc have tumid it. The lu
mom Cincinnati, Hamilton ami Imyton
railroad is the finest in the W'lrlil.'run
niti( H passenger trains a day hetween
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Huvton, Toledo,
Detroit, MichiKnn. and Canaihi points,
IndinnntHilis, ChicnKo mid the north
west, Keokuk, SpriiiKlield, St. Louis,
Kansas Citv mid the west. The finest
track and finest trains in the world, ves
tiliuled, heated by ten in from the engine,
lighted by electricity, and the finest din
Inn enr system in the world ; parlor cars
annd ilcrcpitiK cars. When traveling nsk
for ticket, vin the C. 11. Ac R nr write to
Wm. A. WitmiNH,
Southern Passenger Agent.
V. O. Box 40, Cliuttiinooga, Tcnn.
HTRemember you leave Asheville 7.30
A. in. September 2Uth, Monday morning
next to attend the Andrew! salej on the
iirrvw.1 t . itHNiiio
I 'air, ri'lfl h llitlil rain on Ihe
Vltltni I mincing . , i o
Mayor C. R lllanton will leave to
morrow for Xew York to lie gone some
Mr. Chas. . Chtinii nml wife, of llir
mimiliani, Aia., are visiting Mr. Finlcy
Chiiim on t'.rove street.
Miss Hlaiiche Vciiahle who has Ihtii on
a visit to Virginia and other points, re
turned to the city yesterday.
Miss Laura Spencer, a young lady
tweiitv-one vcarsolfl.lroin Leicester, was
taken to the poor-house yesterday after
noon in a very feeble condition.
(wing to the rain on Thursday last,
the monthly meeting ol the V. C. T. 1'.
was postponed until Monday afternoon
al 4- it'clock, instead of," as usual.
Will (lilison, col., wdio was charged
with an auiay, was released frotu jail
vestcrdav on a liond of $lou for his ap
pearance at tlic next criminal court.
Asheville division Xo. la, Sons of Tern
inrcucc will elect ofliccrs al their meeting
next Tiiisday night. All the numbers
ire urgently reiiestcd to Ik' present.
The condition of Kev. Ir. Unci, who
lias liceu in a critical ssate, is sonie
ivhat improved, though he is still quilt
sick. IT. W. R Hilliaid is alleiiding
Mrs. Chas. I!. Lee and Mrs. Thus. A.
lones arc on duty as managers of the
Mission Hospital lor two weeks. An
mini inatioii in regard to the hospital
will lie given by tlicui.
W. 1 1. Justice showed in Tin-: Cn il x
ollice this moiiiiug two sweet potatoes
weighing .V -. pounds. They wcieraisid
HiXorth Asheville in clay soil and aie
iH'aulilnl sHvimeiis ol their kind.
The Western I'uioii Telegraph ollice in
: his city will hen alter lie kept oien Sun
day troin '.I a. in. to ! p. in. The city
liiisincss ol the Asheville ollice is larger
: bail that of any other ollice in Ihe stale.
Mr. Ii. I.. Hrown's friend are login::
his name as a candidate lor register ol
deeds on the republican ticket, and as
here is no other republican spoken ol
lor that othec it is thought that Mr.
Ilrown will lie nominated by acclama
tion. The colored Partners' alliance, li. J
Carter, president : II. II. Iltinvn, seen
tar . held a meeting in the court house
last night. It was very largrlv atlemled
nid I here was cnnsiilcraMc business Iran--acted.
Adjoin iiiiiciil was had lo ineit
I'riday. i Molu r il.
All men are iuviled to attend the song
service al the Young Men's Christian As
soctatioii rooms to-morrow alternooti al
lo clock. Alter the singing Mr. Ander
sen will resume the sei ies ol' studies Irom
the lilc ol Clllisl. The subject will Ik
Caresi Thou mil thai we K-rish
The gentlemen getting up the directory
-taielh.il they have made a thorough
canvassoi tlu city but in a lew cases, ow
ng to an absence ol eilieus tioni their
ionics, were unable to get the desired in
ormation, Auv names accoinpauviu;:
'hiiiIhis leii it I I'aiion avenue soon
a ill lie projicrlv enlisted.
I'avctievillet ibsei ver : Kev. Jarvis llux
ton. lor forty years riclor ol the Ashe
ville Lpiscopal cluirili with which he
iias reeiuilv sevued his relations ac
.'onipanieil 1 iv his wile, is visiting Mr.
in. I Mis. I . S l.iittcrloh on I Livuioiiut
i he l.uti-r t he sister of Mr. Iluxton.
lion. K. P. Iluxton is also a brother, and
! heir fat her was the venerated and es
eeincd rector ol St. John's lipiscopal
hutch of tins city lor many vears.
t in in n i'i'it
I'.er t'liurt-li In Axlievllle Hliould
le Keiireseiiled In THIm I.ImI.
Central Methodist church Sunday
school at i..'lii ,i. in. Preaching at 1 I a.
in. and at p. in. by the pastor, Kev. I.
Kiversidc Methodist churcli I 'ivinc
service at 7.4-."i p. in. Siccinl song si-rvia-and
service lor the children al ?l o'clock
1 1. in. All invited to attend.
l-'rcncli liroad P.aptist church Preach
at 11 a. in and S p. ni by Kev. R M.
Vustiii, ol Monroe, X. C. Serviies will
lie continued during the week.
First llaplist church Sunday-school
it '.i.lln a. in. Preaeliiug al 1 1 a. in, and
p in., by Prof J. 1). Arnold, of the Fe
male college. F very body invited to in
tend. Trinity church Kev. McXcelv liiillose.
ector, hnlv communion, 7:1111 a. m.
Morning service II o'clock, evening ser
vice .V.'tH. Sunday school and lliblt
class II :in a. in.
First Presbyterian church Kev. W. S.
P. Ilryan pastor. Hivine worship to
morrow' at 1 1 a. hi. and p. in. Sabbath
school al 'A. 'In a. in. Young people's
meeting al 7.1 a p. in.
X'orlh Asheville Methodist church.
Seriieeiit 1 1 o'clock. A Siccinl sermon
to the children at In o'clock, conducted
by the pastor. This service closes Mr.
CampU'll's pastoral year. Sunday
James Peace, ilruiik and down, plead
guilty ami was fined $.". Moses Fare,
colored, drunk and disorderly, plead
guilty, also lined II. II. linker,
charged with an assault on J. II, lluck
uer with a knile. was declared gudtv by
the mayor, but judgment sustjiciitlcii un
til the ease could be lurtlier examined.
Mr. P. C. Mclntire was released on his
own recognizance and warnc I not lo
build unv more houses without n jicrmit.
Judgment in the ease was susH'tiilcd.
NonietlilnK Iviillrely New.
The Little Jewel Lamp, made of nickel,
hull the size of an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. Vim are sure to litiv
one on sight. At Law's, on South Main
street. Agents wanted.
MP A sK'cial sleeping car will 1 run to
Andrews on the Jllth for the accommo
dation of icoilc wishing to attend the
side on the .'In III. sep2Mt.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol nip
most important trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but nil the baggage except the
koller-Tray Trunks wns smashed up.
Iluy one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II.
W. Koundlrce Xt ilros., Richmond, Vn.
MPTnke ad .'untnge of the low rates
and go the great sale at Andrews on the
A New Road lo minx.
If ynu are wise and wish to become
healthy mid wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kind or Klcctric Light flour; lie
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
flour is not only the best but thechcauest,
MPThe most romantic ride in Western
North Carolina, up the Nnntnhnla river,
on the way to the great sale at Andrews
on the 30t h.
ttaTSee what bargains in spoons, forks
and knives they arc offering at Law's.
JAS. l SAWYER THE MAN.
WKST WAHl) HAN KKPRKHIiN-
TATION U!S THI-: HOAMO.
Only Two NiimeH CoiiHldered and
Mr. Hawser Recelvea Three of
Ihe l-'lve irolea Cattl ConMldera.
Ile UuMlneHH Ilouc bv the Hoard.
West ward has an alderman at last !
At the regular meeting of the board ol
aldermen last night Mr II. J. (ireenwall
said that the people in his neighborhood
had Ik-cii complaining that the streets
were almost impassable in some places,
that there were three crossings in the
neighborhood and that no stepping
stones had been put down, and if thecity
would furnish the stones and haul them
there he would have them put down on
the crossings. Mr. Murray was in
structed to deliver the stones to Mr
On account ol the sickness ol Mr. I no.
Mel lowcll chairman oil he committee ap
pointed at the meeting Thursday night,
Mr. W. T. IVtniiman representing the
proH'ity holders on South Main street,
asked the board to hold oH'ii the ipies
liou of widening the street, until they
could confer with the street committee
about the matter. The question was,
without objection, left open lor two
TDK SKW III 'ILIUM. LA W W vri-R.
Mr. T. C. Starnes asked for K'rinission
In finish building one or two houses thai
he had commenced before the new law
had gone into effect. Permission was
granted. Mr. Starnes also asked the
board to rim a water piic on Startles
avenue. Iiecause of the great need of wa
ter there by several parties who had no
water at all. lie said the cost of run
ning the water on that sireel would be
about Siii'H. but there was enough un
paid tax on the proHTty on the slrcet to
pay for it. and il the city would run the
pipe I he pros'rly-holdcrs would pay the
tnx. and it that was not siilhcicut they
would advance money enough to have
the work done, and thecity could deduct
the money advanced nut nf their taxes.
Mr. Starnes also urged the necessity ol
the completion ol Flint stccct. Action on
that had Ik'cii deferred liecanse of the ab
sence of Judge Merrimoii. before whom
the matter was to have Isx-n henrd.
Tlu K'tilion from the First National
bank, asking for permission to build steps
and approaches to the bank made neces
sary liccnuse ol the change nf grade on
the street was read. Mr. Wol.e moved
to amend by limiting the distance of the
steps to live l-el. With this amcmbnent
permission was granted to the bank to
build the steps and approaches to the
tin: ii.m'.li: snii Ki ji hv.
The jury on liagle street reported as
damages to projH'rty by improving the
street. .Sl.ti.ln, ami as 's'liclils to prnier
ty. .Sl.sai.'i. The report was accepted,
and the jury were allowed $2 a day each
ior their services.
CITY II Al l. IIOMIS.
Report on the new bonds for the city
hall was deferred until next meeting,
ci k him; stiinls.
Capt. linloe desired the board to take
the curbing stones which tile city had
contracted for some time back liecanse
the stones were on his hands and could
not lc disposed of in any way. He said
there were -tnn or ."(in feet, which made
about two ear loads and the price was
sixlv-live cents a toot. He allowed thc
city until the first of April next to pav
for the stones. Mr. linloe wasinslructed
to ship them at once.
WORK IIS i:l'I I KSllN IIKIVI-:.
Mr. T. C. MeXeelv stated thin he had
liccu authori'd to do some work on
Jefl'crson drive for which the city wns to
help pay for. but that the city could take
its own time in paying for the work,
which amounted to $l-.r. Xo action
was taken on this.
TIIK CITV LIlillTIMi.
There wns much discussion about the
matter of light. Alderman Wollc said
that the present electric light company
desired the board lo arrange with the
new company to lurnish lights for the
city ns the contract ol the old company
Had expired. I he new company was to
begin oier.itioiis on the lirst ( dctolier,
but huve not been able to complete the
necessarv arrangements. Themnehincry
and poles have arrived and the new
company say they will have the lights up
bv the L'nd ol Ik'tolHT. The lionnl de
cided it was the duly of the two light
eonipaniestn nrrangelhe matter nf light-
ing thecity between them.
J. I'. SAWYLK KLIXTIill.
The election of an alderman to succeed
Mr. Piilliam was then entered timn, Mr.
J. P. Sawyer was tinininnted by Alder
man I'itpatrick and Col. T. R Johnston
by Alderman Leonard. The ballot was
taken and Mr. I. 1 '. Saw ver was declared
elected. Mr. Sawyer received three of
the live voles.
MH. S.UVMsK MIT IILCIIII'.II.
It is understood that Mr. Sawyer has
not fully decided whether he will accept
the ollice of alderman.
Ho For Ihe Ureal Land Hale.
The railroad authorities have put on
the following low rates to Andrews and
return. Tickets will Ik- on side nt the
stations HHiHcd below, on Monday next
.".nil nisi., goon to return till (let. :
Asheville to Andrews and return $".(
" a. i s
WTScc the "Little Jewel'
Law's. Price $I.D0.
' Lamp at
Mf'Securc you sleeping enr lierth now
for the great sale nt Andrews. Apply at
(iwvn & West'! office.
, (Hticeessors to flalrd At Rector.)
No. 8 North Main Street.
A BUPKKIOR PLOUR MANUFACTURED
FOR OttR TRAUB, ALL BIZB8,
WE SELL FOR $3.40 PER HUNDRED.
Attractions Extraordinary !
A Free Show, and Everybody Invited !
$50,000 WORTH I
Of tin Finpst (iitotls from tin Loonm of America, KiikIiuhI,
Ireland, Switzerland and France for your examination. A
H'ig'antic stock and an irresistible array of tlie most fash
ionable fabrics for tlie Fall and Winter of 185)0.
OUR FALL, OPENING
Of Fine French Millinery, Dry and Fancy
Goods, taken place
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
1 , 24T" AND 25 INSTS.
All are cordially invited to attend. Siecinl low prices will
be made Opening Days. A large display of Imported Hats
from Paris and a beautiful collection "by our own Artists
will be on exhibition. Everything complete in this depart
ment. Our Dry Goods Department Immense.
I, "200 square, feet of space jammed ! All the latest Nov
elties for Fall wear represented here. A COMl'LKTK DKY
(iOODS STOUK is the term applicable to our house.
With a corps of thoroughly trained assistants (Ladies
ami (ientlemen) whose politeness is etpial to their experi-
enc, anl a stock oi goons inienor to none in i ue 01 mi 1 11 ,
we hope to retain the immense patronagt which has stead
ily grown since our advent. Attend our Opening. Don't
forget the dates I'M, 21th and 2."th at
F. P. MIMNAUGH'S,
No. ii Patton Avenue.
Index lo New AdverllHemenlH.
I.iiht Cltlien nrticc
I'ai.i. 4tooim Whit lot k.
WaxT' D 1. . Mux -77.
t'.KHCKKIKK A l. CoojkT.
I'or Wknt 1.. A. iMirinlmlt.
itHKKR Hho I'mikn Plmir
FM 8AI.K "S." fit lien iMlue.
I'om Kkst lloxj, AsluvilU. S. C.
IM'HK t'lKnCKKIl I'owi'll A; Snlilcr.
Fhh Kkst 7 Fmuh Mniml Avt-nue.
I M l'OHTANT M KKTINO T. S. MoiTMmn.
filer mill. Arttlm. with
V. l. HOX 'J77, Anhi vlMc
Hfconrl hand village cart, or lim-khoanl ;
muxt Ire in k'I (irder, and cheap, rtilrr
Ncpt27ilt W., BOX fiJ.
Furnlnheil hotic to n-nt. 7m tlailry Mrret.
AiMrcn HX "J."
cpt'J7iltw Anheville. N. C.
A Ave room cnttiiKc. nlrely furnihr1, near
Ihcftntt cur line; n ilt ltgbtlul wintrr Ima
tinn. Will rent tor ix tn-nth. uply nt
37 FKKNCII HKAI AVIiNl K.
poK HA LB
Two-thlrttn tntrn'Nt in n Rood pnyliiff bunl
K'hm in Anheville. $,nu cnith rcquirtd
A U It tin "H."
cit'J7fltr Cure Lit inn Office.
Thin rtt'irniiiff on ColNgc utrret between
Mi-A Iff Imililinicn nnd Zntn churih one $IO
fiml one $A bill. Kcturn to
J M l'OHTANT M liHTI N(i.
A ntorkholilcm' inrt-tinu nf the Aihevillr
Uninrh of the Houthrrn HuildinR nnd l.nnn
AHNociiilion of Ktmwillr, Tcnn., will be held
nt Moore He Merrick' oilier Mondnv after
noon at n o'chu-k. for the purpose of electing
a pcrtmmcnt ct of olliccr for the ennultiK
vrnr, iiv orcier oi
T. H. MOKKIHON, Prenltlrnt.
A Mpli'itdlil 14 room holme, ddiirlitfiillf lu.
cntrd. In riiocI nclKhburhood, neur .tree!
car line, eiimmnndlnK Ane view., flttcd u
with .trniii heater, aewcr ennneetlnn. and
city watrr. A I no a nice houne nlmll.rlv lo
cntrd, newer anil water, H room. Apply to
Lm a. farinholt,
ROOM Nll.lt Mel.Ot'I) BUII.DINO, Or, P.
(. Boa nss
Dr. 11. F. Arrington,
I'llllnB teeth a .nedaltr. alio tre atln rile
eaiicil Kiinm. and all fll.ene. pertalnlnff to
me nrntitl .triit'turc. oinee room, nn i'ni
ton nvenue, over Rayior k Hmlth'. drug
Oold. Bllrer, I Tory, Oak, Ollt aad Comhl.
nation Mouldlnm. Alio Room Moulding..
Picture. Matted, Moan ted and Framed at
Inwe.t price, and worMronranteed. BngraT
Inir.. Painting, aad Local View, always oa
m. Main St., AaberlUe.
a or d
Bay Llndsejr'a Ouldc Book
toW.N.C Price 3 cU.
Brilliantly Adorned !
F ! . il. . LI ,1.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCEt
' IIBALBRM IN
Stove and Tinware
PLUMBING, CAS ANO STEAM FITTINQ, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING,
PAINTH and OIL.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL, HIZIIH I'OR I'AMII.V
AMI IIOTIII. 1'Hlt.
uurHntrvd lo be Utrm Proof.
AM. MI.KM K KPT IN HTlll'K.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL,
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO. 4U.
Yard and WarchoaM Bear Depot. Tekt
ASHk VILUi Am
ICE RATES FOR
In qunntltir. not Ira. than one ton at factory
In tunntitir. not le.. than one hall' ton at factory
.too pound., 3d ticket., 10 pound, each
mill nil ill ' "
7IM " 2H " its "
7(11) " 18 ' 00 ' "
1000 " 10 llll
Ticket. In dollar piiclmKCH nnd nuv ipiiintltj'
our oftice for ca.h or ticket..
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For Httlc nt WholrHalc and Kctnll by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kiclunivc Aifcnta (homcKtlc nml Steam t lor VYcMtcrn North Carolina,.
l.ltWIS MADDUX. I'rcs L. I. McLOUt), Vlce-Ircs. I. B. RANKIN, Caihl.r.
UlsBCTiissi Lewis Maddux, M.I. Krarden,
8. II. Rcrd, Oeu. 8. I'owrll, C.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
omaniied May 1st, 18HH.
tttatc, County and City Depository
loe a General Hnnkinif Huiineiiii. ltcHaitn received. Bsctaangc bouht and told. Col.
lection made on all avccMlhlc point. The
On all umft in this department, dcponltcd for
of 4 ier cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention (riven to Ittan on real estate,
son at tie term.
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday the Havlnii Department will beopentill A p. m.
217 Haywood Street.
Twcnty-ftve year o( practicul exeiirnce,
tnH of the huinr nnd perfect nrranKcmcnt
manufnetured, enable the proprietor to prrent
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Cinder Ale and allthc vnriou flavor of HOIiAlVYATKN ready for hlpment and drlirerrd)
free In City limit. )ut of town onler muni
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED
In the New and (Growing Mountain Reaort,
(Ncnr Asheville, N. C, nnd adjoining tlic Vanclcrbilt Hstntr.)
Vonrcholt-a of any lot in the plot for $mn. Von Ret a Warranty Peed
title ertcct ) nn1 a receipt for HM. with ten coupon attached, tilth cou
pon for $10. Tht'tte coupon arc K""1 for $10 each In payment fo boanl at
nnv of the hotel in Kk Intnl.
Hotki. 8t. ANUttNit-opvn now. I
IIotki. Honkvchkht iiHn now jHatm from $ao to $40 per month.
Pavilion 11oik lH-inu built )
ThrM'couiHinH arrKod for three year from thi-ir iluteand aretrnnnferahfr.
Therefore. 011 pnv fKMifor your choice of u Iteuutif'ul buitdinK lot ; you
jret the fioii nil iinclt in boanl ; vtm huve three yenr to do o in ; you enn
nell the couhi to Nome one eie if oudo not ttae' thrm ; nnd nt or lie tore th.
end ot three year your lot will lie worth from $;mmi to f ttito or more.
OTIS A. MILLER, PROPRIKTOR,
Take Train Onl al 9.10 A. 91. Fare s CentK Or Orlve Monlli S Mllea.
I'RIill. RI'TI.IIIH'.lt. tlty AAfrnt. 28 Tntton Ave. .,
- SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Kljfht Mllea Houtta of AHhevllle, on the A. & Ci. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottaRe., new furniture, beautiful ffrovrn.nrat tmnla and croquet lawu..
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur. Alum, MnKncnla, Iron and lipnom. Those aeeltfnK health and plea u re unit
elect nocicty will not fall to vlit thi pleannt reaort and drink of It healing water.
aprA dtr WaiiRjer.
Anheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer, aad Dealer. In all kind, of Dreiwed
Door, ganh, Blluda, Moulding, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bank
and Bar Flxturea, and all kinds of Building- Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
$1Q0 REWARD I
I'or anyone who will liuy a pair of llriihnm Mhon and not (et value received. Now at
Ji NORTH MAIN STREET
, Ju.t ahovc I'nrmcin' Warahouac.
ASHEVIIXE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chenrt .tore onenrth Handle iiotlilnn I'Ut l'lrl-cln Coml., and Intend to treat
ever.lioily NIlillT. e keep hnnie-ntaile Hhoe. of every kind. Home-made Jean. Home
made fMnlila. Ilonir mailt' Oonie.tlc. Iloim- uiaclc lirllflnR. We warrant every pair ol
A.hi'Villc Hhoc Co.'. nhora.
Ilnw.nl Promt nnd Milt. Ilolcomlic are with
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for it Purity.
We deliver to all pnrU of the city our own llottllna Burnet Ueer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our lirer I. kept at a temperature of 4n dearer, and we guarantee you a fre.h article at
all time. TIIK TRADK Hlll'I'LlBIl FROM
V WINE .. AND . LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THK STATE.
PINE SAMPLE AND billiard room.
f. 4. MAROIIAMftT, M'm'T.
.....FOR SALE BV-
Asheville. N. C.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Bancera,
Palota, Oil. aid Vanl.be ' Mamry'i Mixed PalnU aad Color. Window OlaM, bote
Preach aad Amerlnta
Wt kaip la atoek t. LoaUaad Kea tacky
Z-Y ' .W,a 'J' "Faf .a.TawMaU "
0e. per hundred.
tic. " "
" fit 110
of ice may be obtained from driver, and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
M.J. Pang, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Raj, J. B. Rrril
Having Feature will receive iipeclul attention.
four month or lonicer, Intcrent t the ritie
whk-h will be placcd for Ions time on real
FILTERED on the Premlfics.
combined mith pbrkonai. attention to mil dr
lor ci.kani.inr and rtiHirv of all gooda
to hi numerous patron a upertor ela of
have hkponmhlr reference.
C. H. CAlvfPRKI.I,.
DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
Near Paaaene;cr Depot.
AHhevllle Dry Good Co.,
). 0. H-5W1LL, Maaaer.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 46.
KMiAH mmn aat .y -. --"'-