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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
MEETS AT THE COURT
A Coanlv Ticket rut Out To-day
to ba Beaten In November B. .
OidKcr, tbo Independent, k
doracd tor Clerk of tbe nnerlor
The republican county convention met
in tbe court house shortly alter
The mMtinir was called to order br
Geo. W. Cannon, chairman of the county
executive committee. C. B. Moore was
made temporary secretary and read the
chairman's call for the convention. A
committee on credentials was then ap
pointed and while it was out, Col. T. B
Look denied that he had partly departed
from the laith of the republican party
He said that if there ever was any party
that ouuht to be opposed it wastbedem
ocratic party. Mr. Long spoke of the
"sweet scented" county government a
enacted bv the democratic party. He
mid it was enacted in order to throw the
power into the hands of the "little, sell-
t U.,..mm ,. Pill
Lonjc devoted a great deal of his speech
to the democratic party seeming to rear
It a great deal.
1. C. Pritchard. of Madison county,
spoke of the Farmers' alliance and
kniithtsof Labor as outgrowths of the
"misrule ot the democratic party !
On motion of I. B. West. Col. T. B
Long was elected permanent chairman
ot tne convention dv acclamation.
C. B. Moore was made permnnent sec
retary bv acclamation. On motion ul
V. S. Lusk the representatives of the city
press were requested to act ns assistant
Col. Lusk set forth the object of the
convention. He said that it would put
out a ticket to maul the brainsout of the
It was moved and carried that the
nominations begin with coroner and go
W.J. Candler pluced in nomination for
coroner Dr. Brock, of Hominy.
Dr. J. H. Williams was put in nomina
tion, but it was stated that he already
held a government position and could
not accept. Dr. F. T. Merriwethcr wnf
then placed in nomination. The biillot
was taken and resulted as follows: Mcr-
riwether 36, Brock 2-t.
Dr. Mernwether wasdeclnred the nim
inee for coroner. On motion his nominn
tic in was made unanimous by acclfiiun
The names of A. A. Hamlet and R. B.
Justice were placed in nomination ns can
didates for surveyor, but Mr. Justice's
nnme was withdrawn. Mr. Hamlrt was
nominuted by acclamation.
J. E. Pinkerton, of Fairview township
was placed in nomination for treasurer
and be nominated by acclamation.
Kb'GIKTKM OF IIKKIIS.
Mr. E. L. Brown was placed in nomi
nation for register of deeds and his nomi
nation was mude by acclamution.
W. . Worley was placed in nomination
for sheriff and he was nominated by ac
clamation. CI.KRK St'PERIOR CIM'RT.
A resolution was introduced by Mr.
W. II. Henderson, endorsing R. O. Cud
ger as the candidate tor tbe office ot clerk
of the superior court. The resolution
Dr. 1. A. Harris, of Flat Creek, was
placed in nomination for one of the can
didates for the legislature. Dr. Harris
was nominated by acclamation.
Col. V. S. Lusk put in nomination for
the second memlier of the house of repre
sentatives P. H. Folsom, of Swannanoa,
a republican and alliance man.
Mr. Henderson placed Lon. N. Wells, a
candidate four years ago and an alliunce
mnn, in nomination for this position.
The first ballot was taken and resulted
as follows: Folsom, 51 ; Wells, 6.
Mr. Folsom's nomination was made
unanimous by acclamution,
Mr. Folsom accepted the nomination
L. N. Wells, E. L. Brown, W. . Worley,
and Mnj. W. W. Rollins, the newly ap
pointed collector of internal revenue for
the western district of the state spoke to
the crowd. Mnj. Rollins when he pre
dicted victory for the republican ticket at
the coming election, was applauded al
most loud enough to drown the noise of
the ticking of a Wuterbury watch in the
pocket of one of the colored delegates.
Col. V. S. Lusk was elected chairman
af the county executive committee.
On motion, the chairman was in
strutted to appoint the remaining mem
bers of the executive committee. He ap
pointed P. A. Demens, Stanley Forney
C. B. Moore. W. H. Denver, M. M
Ledford.J. W.Walker. Col. Long was
added to the committee.
Turn Out To-morrow Sight
To Hear Crawford.
There Any One Mere Thai
SH-annanoA .A. M. Fry, Z. B. Vnnce,
H. T. Rumbough, Jas. D. Glenn, N. C
A.M.Sinclair, Philadelphia; George
Dewey, Hartford, Conn.; John J. Minihun
and wife, Jersey City ; H. A. Lewis, Cleve
land, Ohio; P. H. Mcehan, Louisville,
Grand Cental:-H. P, Burgin, N. C
A. S. Cooper, Philadelphia ; W. Chatter
ton, Baltimore; C. E. Roberts, N. C; G,
D. Ray, Miss Cora Ray, J. C. Fletcher,
Burnsvilllc; P.J, Hyde, Richmond; R. C
Patterson, N, C.; Jas. F. McKay, Balti
more; Wm. McKay, Baltimore; C.
Wayland, Washington : D. W. Henmnn,
N. C. Southern Express comnanv: S.
Dolao, Covington, Ky.; Geo, Lambs and
wile, Cleveland, O.; W. L. Spencer, Haiti-
more; A. W. Shauu, Lancaster, Pa.
Glen floe; Mrs. P. E. Braswell, Hen
dersonville; A.B.Johnston, Dillsboro
Frank Loughran, Hickory ; Paul Garrett,
Littleton, N. C; A. B. Campbell, Rogers-
ville, Tenn.; U. U. Claud, Cumberland
Cap, Ky.; R. Z, Mason, Sylva, N. C; C
A. Garrett. Philadelphia ; W. G. Preston
Va.; T. A. Wharton, Mrs. Wilson and
daughter, and Miss Carrie Herman, Hick
ory; Mrs. A. P. Monday and Mrs. J. A
Munday, Franklin; Miss Alice lohnson
Halt Moon island; P. M. rlsrrelson
Richmond: G. D. Ray. Miss Cora Ray,
J. C. Fletcher, Charles W. Ray, Burns-
vine; A. u. Booraman. nrevara; miss
Georgia Hoke, Arden Park, N. C.
Crmwford at tbe Court Houte
Am Kssoraaono Advance. .
G. W. Park has sold to W. B. Gwyn
145 acres of land in Cbnnn's core. Just
east ofthe city, for $10,000. Mr. Pack
purchased the land from J. W. Jeanneret
in January of this year lor 95,094. He
baa therefore almost doubled his money
In leas than a rear.
Forecasts till S a. m. Thnsdsi
s?alr weather i except nhawern on
Ibecoaati allKhllv cooler uortb
Paving on aout.li court square pro
Mr. 0. H. Henry, of Wilson, Burns &
Co, left to-day for Baltimore.
John Wagner and Miss Carrie Wagner
left yesterday for a week's visit to Kuox-
Mr. E. R. Betts, has returned to the
city from Danville and is now engaged
in the tobacco business.
The newly elected officers of Asheville
Division No. 15, Sons of Temperance,
were instulled last night.
Mrs. Thayer and Miss Thayer have re
turned irom niirope nna are at lunge v..
A. Moore s on Mcrrtmon avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Williamson have
returned from their northern trip and are
at Mrs. T. B. Doe's, on Oak street.
E. H. Wright will lead the meeting for
voung men nt t tic i M. t. A. lo-morrow
e u m "Snlibnth Keeninu" is the
ut r p,
m. "Situbatn Keeping
All are invited.
Dr. Karl Von Ruck Ictt to-duy for
trip to Ohio. From there he goes to
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and other northern points.
Don't forget the Young Woman's
Christian Temperance I'nion to-morrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Themeeting will
be held in the Y. M. C. A. bull, as usual,
Hon. T. D. lohnston returned yestcr-
iluy from Marion and Rutherfordton.
where has been speaking. He will speak
at Piney Grove school house, neur Cooi-
cr a Million, huturuny.
Mr. Paul Jones, of Hendersonville, nnd
editor of the Western Oiiiile, will read n
paper on "Shakespeare" at the meeting
of the Lyceum to-night. The public will
lie welcome at this meeting
Cnpt. V. E. McKee, siijicrintendent of
the Western North Lnrnlina division ot
the Richmond and Danville railroad has
moved his Quarters up town and is now
in the room formerly occupied by the
National bank ot Asheville.
Some of the young men of Asheville are
tormina an orchestra nmong tnemseivis,
Mr. I). W. Hissell is conductor and thort
who belong are V. b. Collins, Ceorge K.
Collins. Burt Denison, Rov Denison. II.
('.. Chnndler. H. Doubleday, T. C. Wes-
tnll. jr.. K. B. Furman and F. A. Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wliitnker gave a
very pleasant evening party to Mis
Maggie Dean, of Atlanta, who has been
visiting them, at their home in Hiltmore
last night. A numlier ot young people,
from Asheville were present. Miss Dean
left this morning for her home.
The new electric light company, hail
eighteen lights burning hist night. Thev
were distributed over tne suutnwestcrn
portion of the city und on court square.
One light is located nt the corner of court
iU.ire and College street. The company
has received a ear load of incandescent
apparatus, but the engine nml boiler have
not come vet.
las. Dodsoti was In-fore Acting Mayor
Miller this niorniiig.charged with knock
ing down Jesse Owen, n Ikiv. Hudson
was fined $1. Walter Spenr and Geo.
Goodluke, white, and Henry Sax ton, col
ored, lor nn nllray on North Main street
veatrnlnv afternoon, were bound over to
court in bond of $100 each. Sam Sisk,
lisordcrlv conduct was fined $j.
7'ura I hit To morrow S'inht
To Hear Crawl'unl.
Z. B. Vance In Anhevllle.
t'nited Slates Senator X. B. Vance was
in Asheville yesterday. He arrived here
from Franklin on the afternoon train.
Senntor Vnnce hnsspnkenin BrysonCity,
Webster and Franklin within the post
To Tun Citizen yesterday he said that
Crawford would carry all the counties
west ol the French Kroad, with the possi
ble exception of Cherokee. He sain that
Mr. Lrawloid would go above John
ston's majorities in those counties. Ac
cording to Senntor Vance the county
tickets in that part ot the state are sale.
unless the republicans hnve some exceed
ingly popular man in the field. Senator
Vance lett last night lor Asueuoro, where
he speaks to-day.
Democrats, Repuhlicannnml Mowtimp,
Hear (.rawtoril l o-morrow .ignt.
To Bpeak Here Friday.
Hon. M. W. Ransom, I'nited States
senator from this state, who is engaged
in making a canvass for the democratic
party in the Western portion of the state,
was in the city Inst night. He spoke at
Wnynesville yesterday and reached Ashe
ville in the afternoon.
Senutor Ransom was to siienk at Bre
vard to-day, but his plans have been
changed and he went to Marion lust
night. He speaks there to-day and nt
Hendersonville to-morrow. He will ad
dress the people of Buncombe at the
court house Friday, Oct. 10.
on Wednesday, Rrpt. 17. nt the residence
of hrr snn-fn-l w. Mr Chas. 11. Clark. Mrs.
Mary Knnpp In the forty eishth year of her
Mrs. Knanp was at the time of her denth
a widow ol' hut a tew weeks, her hnsliatid
havlnRdied on July I'J, In the flfty-eiRh'h year
ol his aae Hardly more than a year ngo
they left their home at Heterhoro, Canada, to
scnd the rem indrr of their days with their
only child. Mrs Clark, and now they have
lioth Rone to their "long home" and lie burled
side liy side In Riverside cemetery.
Mrs. Knapp died in full christian hope and
among her Inst words were "no tloul.t, no
Iriir." The funeral services were held at the
Souse of Mr. Clark and the Hcrlptun pas.
sakc were ri- iroin her own lllhle and m
those which had lieen marked h her own
hand. Por her death had no terrors i It was
but the entrance-door to eternal Ills.
Democrats, kepuhlicans and Mugwumps,
Hear Crawford To-morrow Night,
omelhlna; Entirely New.
The Little Jewel Lamp, made of nickel,
half tbe siic of an ordinary lamp, but
give more light. You are sure to buy
one on sight. At Law's, on south Main
street. Agents wanted.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several dnys ago on one ol ou
most important trunk lines. Nobotft
hurt but all the baggage except the
Holler-tray trunks was smashed up.
Bay one. Sold by dealers. Made by H.
W. Roundtree ft Bros., Richmond, Va.
The stock book of the Asheville Natu
ral Gas and Mining company arrived
thia morning and a number of shares
have been issued. Those wishing stock
will please call on F. M. Johnson. oc7-8
A Mow Road lo Bllaa.
If van are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour) be-
caje the Asheville Milling Company'!
floor Is not only tbe best but thechcaoest.
k1arMimnauEb's millinery department
is doing a rnsbtng business. They fur
nished the vounar ladies of tbe Asheville
Rmale college yesterday and smtmed 20
doten trimmed bats to South Caroline.
HON. W. T. CRAWFORD.
TO KBAK MERE TO-MORROW
Mr. Kwsrt Refused to Accept tbo
Invitation and Crawford will
peak Alone To Come by Way
Hon. W. T. Crawford has accepted the
invitation to speak at the court house in
this city to-morrow right, Mr. Ewart
refused to come.
Mr. Crawford Sieaks at Mills River to
morrow, -Mr. Ewart, it is reported re
fuses to speak there too nnd comes to
Asheville by way of Hendersonville,
reaching here on the 7 o'clock train.
The committee appointed to escort him
to the city will meet him at tbe depot
and bring him up town.
The spenking will be in the court house
at 8 o'clock and every democrat in the
city is urged to be present.
Mr. Crnwtord will make a rousing
Crawford at the Court House
To-morro w Nivlit
IrfirAstrnknn caps and Renper Jackets.
perfect beauties, opened to-day, startling
low prices, at Hoktic, Bros, tit Wriiiht.
fJivc the Man Who it heating
Ewart a Good House.
Index lo New Advertlncmenta.
Noticr :enley ft Wild.
A a NT tin Mrs. H. K rollev.
Tiitiik I.nm Mint. M F. Smith
ttTATHMK.vT Western Carolinii llnnk.
KTATKM"NT Natiunnl Hank of AMhcville.
A irootl enw mut irive not less than 13
iBrl nun per nay
Alin M d, n'iini,
ni'tHDt II Che-lnut Street,
ir vim w nm- hndv Inuulrina- forebi-rceil-
wouri. please tell them to i-all at lU-nslrv ft
Wi1,r :t No. tt.l North Mnin trt-ct. where
thev have just tiient fl up first rate stock of
Family tirocenrs anu country i-roiuc ai
prices to suit the people.
TO THE LADIES.
Mme. M. P. Smith, late of New York, has
ntt-tl the floor over Mr. Law's store. -t7
outh Mnin aire,-., wher she will carry nn
HI KST CLAMS URKSSM AKINiS. Perfect Hi
Kiinriintecd Also artiKtic millinery. Ladies'
atenais uvea to inr moil praciii mt auvan-
tnirc. Hats of all kinds made over.
oclHd 1 w .
Htalemenl of the Condition
Western Carolina Bank,
OP AS1IBVILLK. N. C,
At the close of business OctoU-r a, 18IHI.
Loans and discounts $:i2ti.UH3 4
Overdrafts 14.243 Kl
Real estate, liiriirtnrc, fix
tures .0(Hl 00
Town nnd county bonds 15,400 till
Expenses 3,470 20
Hue from blinks 38.037 87
Cash on hand 18,014 17
Total $421,158 57
Cupital $ 50.1)00 00
Surplus 20,000 00
ndividrd protits 9.518 32
Ih-lieiitiire bonds 32.IMM) OO
Hills imviilile 25.0110 (N)
Hue to banks 2.637 23
Total $421,158 57
I, J. E. Runkin, Cashier of the above
named Knnk, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge nnd belief.
j. iv. kankin, lasnicr.
Subscribed nnd sworn to hclore me
this eighth dnv ol October, 181)0.
L. i mcloi'U, Notary ruoiic.
8. II. Rrkii,
CiKO. S. l'OWKLI..I
Report of the Condition
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE
At AshrTllle. In the State of North Carolina,
at tne close ol Dusiness Oct. ii, inuo.
ians and Discounts
S .31 7 4
and nnsccu a
t'. H. Honds to secure
V. H. Bonds to secure
tine trom approved
reserve siren ts
Due from other Na
Duefrom State Hanks
Hanking house, fur
niture and nxturra
. R.4O0 00
Other real estate and
Premiums I'.R. Bonds
Checks and other
Bills of other llanksf l.OUo IH
Practtonat pa per cur
rency, nickels aa I
cents 1O0 OK
Hpecic 3N.OST TO
Les-al tender notes... 8.BU5 OO
with V M Treasurer,
Cardial stock paid In
National baak notes
as, tbo oo
suhlret to check SNU.RUO SI
of deposit 4A,non.Aa
(.ashler's checks out
standing Uniud Slates depos
its Depoalu of l - dis.
Due to other Nation,
Dae to State Banks
Notes and bills re
1I,0T Ml Sna.!4 8S
tats or Nosth Casouna.I
Connty of Buncombe, f sa i
I. Lawreaee Pulllam. Cashier of the alMivt
named baak, do solemnly swear that the
above statement lis true to the best of B9j
snowieaa sua ntuer
Buhscrlhed and awora to hefcrs bm this
Stb day of Oct., 1NBO.
D. C. WADDBI.U Jr.. NoUry Public,
Correct Attast l
J. L. CASBOLIn
T. W. I-ATTON,
W. W. Basnard.)
Two furnished rooms, No, OO Bailey Bt
oetT dtf O. L. McbuhfALD
headed t'aabeetla. ensrsved
Minna." Return to this
A small red row, leather strap mm4 rest oa
Information rewarnen oy
R RBNT OR 8 A LB.
K-h.nnM haaaa ns Blake street.
0t4 dlw COB, ACADBM V B LAIC I.
NOW BRIGHTLY, BRAVELY,
MIMNAUGH'S - MATCHLESS - PRICES
In stately grundeur pour along. Last woek's businoHS im
nifiise: this wtek's indueeiiH'iit still if router. A rush inimi-
nent. Bargains irresistible.
fered anywhere in the Dry (Joods line. Competition ? Away
with such nonsense. We sweep ! We lead ! The early bird,
as usual, catches the worm. Mimnuugh's early visit to
the market caught bargains.
McKinley tariff bill and had to pay 23 to f0 per cent
"THE DRY GOODS HOUSK"
Gets there this season Our immense patronage daily in-
a aaaa .lis i
stock ever brought to this
lenders in our line. Our prices
form to nil. We employ no
ence, nut nave tne very oest
. . . . . . .
ladies who know how to
creasing, l no intelligent puniic Know we nave tne nnesr
every department in the house.
Trade where your orders
where your every want is supplied ; where you won't have
to decide between a few pieces; where stuff is piled as high
as little mountains; where material and trimmings mutch;
where the latest magazines, cuts, illustrations find pat
terns are kept to facilitate in the selection of every gar
ment; where push, energy and enterprise is evident; where
you get a '"dollars worth of
your children can buy as cheap
lers are taken care of.
JOIN THE PROCESSION
this week.- March to No. 11
ree trade prices continue until
knows our house. It is the
stylish, fashionable, pretty,
A model dry goods house a house of bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (IocmIh, Millinery ami CarKfttt.
A nirrlv furninhrd hnitr. corner Mrrrimon
m venue anil Client nut itntt. Fur U'riim -ply
In l H. WATSON.
CK'ltfilli mni nnutir ai-ii..
A L'hlld'i Hnt. Can Ir lintl nt Thr CitUcn
offlir by paying for ihm nilvtrtlrmtnt.
A Mewlna C.lrl, nt
nets d.Ht .
NO. ill I, H. MAIN HT.
OR POLK ivti:k
Hvery afternoon by 8IMiury trnin we re
ceive fresh "Ultra cWkvt" Norfolk Oysters.
These are the beat ! Hrrvrd In all styles at
BAHKliK Ac Pri.LAM'rt,
octadlw BO S. Mnin Ht.
I Still am Alive I
And will take pleasure In serving flystrn
In atv and every stvle. by quart or ulln
My lona csperlen e in the tmsincss and only
dealing wltn reliable Bouses, is a sale guaran
tee. It- i-TKAI'SH.
2t No. 4 Wooilnn street.
ejRBSPA8RKa TAKU NUTICB.
All Deraons are notified thnt all lands be
lontna to the West Aeville ttnnro.emeut
Company and K. G. Carrier, in the vicinity of
tne auipaur aprinas ana v. est Asnrvmc, ore
posiea. n. u kssxiBS
W. H. A. WILLIAMA,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. Kasle and Valley streets.
Hhuck Mattress. 82 SO. Moss mattress,
tliw. Rlniiles urk mnttrrss, fj 110. Htraw
mnttress, cotton top, SI TA llntr mattresses
made to order, I pholstering neatly and
BuiMtantiniiy nose ai low prices,
Dr. B. F. Arlington,
IMIIIna teeth a specialty, also trratln dis
eased aums, and all itlssH pertaining to
the dental structure. Office roims on I'at
ton avenue, over Maysor a) Mralth's drug
A GOOD BRASS ANO STOCK FARM,
8 miles from Asheville Court House.
aj. Acrea or Lund,
(iood New 9-Rooni House
ALL MODKKN lalPRUVBalUNTH.
I'asturc land enough for tight or tea cows;
balane la meadow
J. A. MURDOCH.
Mill, N. C.
sept as dim
OoM, aUvar, Ivory, Oak, (MM asMt Cowibt-
natlos Moaldlags. Also Haass Maalalasia,
Pletares Matted, Monated aad Prased at
lowest prlees and work gawaatted. Kngrav-
lags, Paintings aad Local Views always oa
a Main (., . Asherlllsc
aria a ' ' ' ' "' . '
Buy Llndaew'sy ald
Nothing like them yet of
Later buyers caught the
1 1 ft
part of ,the country and are
always the lowest and uni
cheap clerks for trade mnu-
raienr, we can secure, men mm
i a r i
wi ve anil show you through
can be tilled complete;
goods for a dollar; where
as you can ; where your or-
I'atton Avenue, where .the
further notice. Everybody
synonym of everything new.
substantial, good nnd cheap.
BALLARD. RIGH & BOYCE,
Stoveti und Tinware.
PLUMBING, CAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTH and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
in all aizua PON FAMILY
AND HUTBL HUB
MaMranleeel lo bo Usrrin Proof.
ALL BlZUa KBPT IN BTOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY.
Ofllcaj No, 30 Patton Acimu
TBLBPHONB NO. 40.
tard aad Warshoass Bear txpot.
ASHSVIhUi A 0
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
In quantities not 'ess than one hnlf ton nt factory
sou pounus, au ui-Kvie, ,w ,uun,t vhw..
61)0 6l " 10 " "
too 11 an " us " ' .r.
TBO " 18 " 80 ' "
1000 " 10 " 100 " "
Tickets in dollar narkiiKcs nnd iinv quantity
our office fur cusii or tick. is.
Atsheville Ice &
Telephone No. ,16 hiicI 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
for hhIc at Wtio.rnHlc anil Ki'tnil tty
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40. '
aKicluslve Agents iliuniestie and Stcano lor WeKtcni North Carolina.
I am viuy to hIiow you the new hIuvjh'h in Full Neckwear
in exquisite mid extluisive designs. Also now in sfock tlie
new blocks in hats for tliesensou in ''Youiiihu'h." Miller and
Dunlap shapes. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in French Calf l'aient leather, &c, tSc.j of the cele
brated make of llathuwny. Sou la and Ilari'inirton. My
$!.()() Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
Men h Outfitter.
LIIWI8 MADDUX, I res L. F. McLOlii), Vier-l'res. I. U. RANKIN, Cashier
Dwhctoks:-Lewis Maddux, M.J. HcHnlrn, M.J. Fokk. I. B. Knnkin.J. B. Kay, J. B. Rccil
8. H. Keed. Geo. d. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oraanlied May 1st, IMHh,
C A PITA L, $50,000.
Htatc, County autl City Depository.
Does a General Uankinu Husines.. Deposit received. Bschan boasht aad sold. Cn.
lections made on all accessible points. The tfavina Feature will receive aieciaJ attention
On all sums in this department, deposited for tour ranutn. or longer. Interest at the rat
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
ISpedal attention Riven (o loans on real estate,
son able terms.
Open from u a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Bavin Department will be open till a a.ns
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
a7 Haywood Streets
All.WATHR THOHOl'GHLV FILTKHKls on the PreiMfaea.
Twenty-five yenrs ol practical experience, conihlned with pkksonai, attention to all V
tails of the business and perfect arrangements for ci.ranlinrss and rusirv ol sll aooit.
manulactueed, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior eass -
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon..
Glnjter Ale and allthe various flavors of 80DAJWATBR ready for shipment and 4rHvet4
free la City limit.. Out of town orders must
On the A. & H. Railroad, KlRht milea Noulh of Aahevllle
and Adjoining Vandcrbllt I'ark.
If you are tonkins fur n pluce for a home or hii Investment
. why dou't yuu sec almut
The best mineral water and in arent variety. Level lots,
arnnrl views, .n. aorivty. If you think of buying why nut
buy NOW f I'rlees will a up nnd ko KAPIDi.V. "
Tak Train Out al 9.10 A. M.-Varc
FKKD. KI TI.IilHiU. City
H0TELST ARMOND-HUTEL BONNYCREST
. AND COTTAGES,
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
night Milea south of AahcvlUe, on the A. . Railroad.
New hotel., new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves. neat teases sad croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia, Iron aad Kpsom. Those aeeklag health and pUmasra anil
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Its bcaliug water.
E. A. LeVKNE. '
AahcTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufaeturm and Dealers ta all kinds ut
Door, Haah, Blinda. RIouldlnKa, titalrwork, Mantela, Bank;
and Bar I- ixttirea, and all klnda of Banding Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nov 14-dlv Tt-lcpMione No. a. '
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE, BEER.
Celebrated, the World Over for its . Parity,
We deliver tu all pnrts of the city our own Bottling B sport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
alUi'meT i&T&liTS&ffiu&l " "
v WINE . AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE HTATK. .
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOHT.
"-n)iu.r,T,g.,.,. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. R
FOR SALR BY-
Anhevllle, N. C.
FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, :i
Dealcraln Wall Paper.'WludowShadeaandPatenlHanBera,
Patau. Oils aad VaralabM, Merry's Ulaed Paints and Colors. Window Olasa, bstk
Preseh aad Amrrleaa
W.Bwpki Moek at. Lonsamd Ksatacky Uad,
1 'UK TISBMHNTS.
,..40e. per hundred.
,..48c. " "
of Ice may be obtuincd from ilriv
No. 30 Patton Avenues
. ifii ihux,
which will be placed for lona thnc oa real
have .sspohsibi.i reference.
C H- CAIvtRWHI.!
as Cetila Or Orlva Month S Milea.
Aen. H Patton Ave.
Near Paaatensrer Depot.
& TILE COMPANY,
P..O. Box 4,6.
1 ' .mas trrst-ttiu'i"7:'r
Ml ssafiWM.-St Iiiiiiimii