Newspaper Page Text
;;-,v . ,- K
irvrwirviTrpa'iM'TnrT-,-1. ...n .minium m
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 0, 1890.
ADVANCE IN VALUATION.
TAXABLE PBOPKRTV IN BUS
COD! Bli INCRKAMNU.
Figure. Front This Vaar'a Tax
tetania compared to Thoae of
Former Vcara Hub Greater
Than MecklentrarK'a lncrcaae.
The taxable property in Buncombe
county bat increased at a marvelous
In 1875 the county voted and issued
$100,000 in bonds and took $100,000
worth of atock in the Spartanburg and
Atheviile railroad. These bondi were
for twenty year and bear an interest ol
six per cent. The road enme to Ashe
ville, as did the Western North Carolina
railroad, the latter cumins; without the
county having issued jny bonds for it.
It is perfectly natural that there should
have been, in the day that the vote was
taken, as there are now, a certuiu class
of people who were not in fuvor of issu
ing the bonds, but there cun now be no
possible doubt that the rudrouds coming
to Asheville have made the place what it
is. Equally ol course it whs nut an act
of charity on their part; they have had
full returns on the iuvesl.ucnt.
In 175 the total amount of tumble
property in the county ot Muucomlie was
$1,023,220. In 1HM0 it hud increased to
$2,74M,Mt7 and theincrcuscbetwcenthnl
time and 1HU0 has lieen perlectly enor
mons. The nKKri'Kate now is $N,ul2,
295 and when the new valuation isniuilt
next spring it will be very much lurjjet
The only figures for comparison which
are nt hand are those from Mecklenburg
county. In that county, the aggregate
was, in INTO. $4,00;t,000 and in 1MU0 it
was $9,115,70. Mecklenburg increased
but a little more than 100 per cent, in
twenty years, while lluncoinlie jumped
nearly 300 ier cent, in ten years, Irom
1H80 to lH'JO.
The aggregate of real and iiersnnal
proicrlv returned lor tuxution this year
is $8,012 295. This is an increase ol
$500,680 over the returns of 1HH1I. The
ugKregate in that year whs $7,442,009.
The total amount of taxable pnitertv
returned from Asheville township this
year is $5,804,452 and from the remain
ing townships the amount is $2,147,
843. According to this Asheville town
ship returns $3.91,ili9 more than all
the other townships in the comity put
The state taxes in liuncombc lor this
year amount to $21 ,507.04; the school
tux is $17,040.30 ; the county tax is
$35,908.00. The whole amount to lie
collected by the sheritl is $74,570.00.
These figures ure as good evidence us
can be found that Itiiueomliecouutv, ami
especially Asheville, arc rapidly advan
cing iind that the latter will soon lie u
greut city, as it is a wealthy one for its
JcwHK'ni Is, h'ejnihlicans unit A wuhiib
tar C ru whtnl I o-. if;ni .
THE I.Vl'Kt'M JIKKTIMU.
Wommi'i HalruKe Austin Mhcunm
ed by Tbla Moclety.
Mr. I'nul Jones, of llrndcrsonville, hail
been appointed principal s)ieaker on thr
subject of "Sluikcseare" at the Lyceum
lust night, but owing to a delay of the
train, he did not come. After waiting
for him some tunc, the subject ol wo
man suffrage," which was discussed a
few weeks since, was proiKiKcil.
Col. J. D. Cameron was asked to make
a talk on the subject.
He expressed himself at opposed to wo.
men having the right of the ballot. He
spoke of the one class of true, noble
womeu that be would be wiliuut to nl
low the right of tullrage and of the other
anil much lurger class, thut he would
not be willinif to allow it.
Col. Cameron suid he was opKsed to
the negro having the ballot without thr
qualification of intellect and giving the
right to woman would make just twice
ns many colored voters at there now arc.
These women would contest their way to
the polls nguinst the more delicately imp
tured white woman. Col. Cumrron
stated that the ancient religions and the
llible were itL'ainst woman being made
equal to man. He thought that the
women ot the county coulit be protected
well enough by the votes in the hands ol
Dr. Webb expressed himself as (King in
favor ol woman suffrage as the women
go into the heals ot luuoi with men.
Short talks were also made by T. K
Guinea, E. liaves and other members.
The subiect chosen for Tuesday, Oct
22 is "Shell Mounds in Florida" mid ir.
Webb is to make the opening talk. Col.
J. I). Cumeron, A. T. Davidson, . S. Kicc
and J. M. duiluer are to address the so
ciety Nov. 4, on the nneient trnditionsol
Western North Carolina,
The Lyceum is now discussing the mat
tcr of milking n scientific collection and
ol atarting a library and reading room
Cruwlbrd at the Court Huuae To-Night
Mecklenburg Presbyter jr.
The presbytery of Mecklenburg it now
in session at Hendersonvillc. Key. Dr.
A. W. Miller and Kev. 0. I-. Shippnrd
and Kev. G. L. Sparrow and J. L. Silicic
uf M nrnn rtmntv. left thincitv vrsleritnv
to attend the meeting. Kev. T. A. Whar
ton, ol Charlotte, who has been visilim;
in Haywood county, left this morning ns
did also Kev. K. s. Ilrown, ot Murphy,
V. II. Faucctte, of V. aynesville, J. L
Terrell, ol nctncl, anil Kev. w. . r, Hrv
an, of this city. Mr. Bryan will return
Milton JHoblen Coming;.
Milton Nohlc will apiear at the Grand
oiiera house next Wednesday night, Oct.
15, in "Love and Law."
Mr. Nobles is the author of all the
plays he appears in, and is one of the suc
cessful American play writcra. I his will
be Mr. Nobles hrst appearance in Ashe.
ville and he brings with him an excellent
Give (Ac Man Who h Keating
Ewurt a tiotnl House.
One of the Pineal."
Wc hare heard many times this and
that was the Pineat on Earth, even a
"play" called "The Finest on Earth,"
but at last we have found it. The fa
mous Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dnvton
railroad is the finest in the world, run.
ning 48 passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dayton, Toledo,
Detroit, Michigan, and Canada points,
Indianapolis, inicnKo and the north
west. Keokuk, Springfield, St. Louis,
Kansas City and the west. The finest
track and 6nest trains in the world, vea-
tibuled, heated by steam from the engine,
lighted by electricity, and the finest din
ing car system in the world ; parlor cars
and sleeeping cars. When traveling aak
for tickets via the C. H. & D. or write to
Waf. A. WioniNR,
. Southern Paaaenger Agent.
P, 0. Box 420, Chattanooga, Tcnn.
aTbe little tamp it still alt the go.
Come and get one. We hart placed an
other large order with the factory for
more. Mad. W, Thrash ft Co.
Forocaat till a. tn. Friday-
Rain, except iHir in aonnwrm
purilonai uorineaaterly winds t
alia tally cooler I warmer Friday.
Dr. W. L. Milliard's coudition remains
Rev. D. H. Duel is recovering from his
The mayor's court waa free from of
fender tint morning.
W. R. Gudger hna returned from a
short trip to Charlotte.
Register of Deeds J. J. Mnrkey is forty
five years old to. day, but he doesn't
Mrs. J, II. Hymns, of Bukersvillr, is
visitiiiK nt Dr, H. B. Weaver's on Chest
Hull's cornet band is to accompany
the committee to meet Mr. Crawford at
the depot to-night.
Mr. John Arrington. of Charlotte, with
his bride, nee Wurd, is visiting his lather,
Dr. B. F. Arrington on Woorifin street.
P. I'. Clnxton, J. M. Israel, jr., and
Fitch Taylor leave to-morrow for Salis
bury to attend the V. M. C. A. district
Mr. 15. li. Perry, of Luddcn & Hates,
left this morning for Savannah, lie ex
liects to open a branch establishment in
this place soon.
Senator M. W. Ransom is to Sienk
here to-morrow on the politi.-nl issues
of the day. livery democrat should he
out to hear him.
The regular monthly meeting of the
kindergarten assosion will lie held in the
V. M. C. A. to-morrow afternoon nt 4
o'clock. A full attendance it desired.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Huucomlie county Farmers' alliance will
meet in the court house to-morrow The
uesiion of "Public roads" will lie dis
cussed, II. P. Andersen, general secretary ol
the Asheville V. M. C. A., left to-day for
Newton. From there he goes to Salis
bury to attend the district convention ol
the'V. M. C. A.
Hester Prestlcy, of Hominy, who was
put in jail just aiter she was said to have
tried to commit suicide sevirnl weeks
ago, and who was released on bond, has
liceu committed to jail iifjain by her
iHindsiiian, because ot her conduct.
Jns. Smith and J.ih. Guilder, colored,
waiters at the Gici. Rock liotrlquarivlled
vesierduy attrrnoon and the former
threw a hatchet at the latter, but failed
to hit him. Smith was arres'ed. but put
up $15 for his a ptcaraiicc Ik'Ioi' the
inaeor and was released.
A party of ueutlemen, cousislimi of
N. A. Reynolds, C. W. Malone. II. C.
lones and h. II. Atkinson, allot Asheville
passed through en route to Morehead
a n hunting mid fishing trip. They will
camp out anil hunt ileer, catch fish, and
have u uood time generally. GrcenslMiro
Dr. W. Stuart Leech, who graduated
it the Kentucky Medical school lost ses
sion with distinguished honors, bus lo
cated lor the practice ot his profession at
the eil v ol Asheville, v.. Wc cordially
recommend this voting uriitlrman to the
iicoplc ol Asheville. He is the ton of the
Hon. V . F. Leech, one ol the most prom
inent citieus of this county, ami is a
youti). gentleman of excellent habits.
Lexington ( a.l lmette anil Litmen.
RroiircMN of MeulMlrallon.
The total registration of voters for the
November elect ion was 825 at 1 o 'clink
to-day. The east ward hook showed
128 names. Ill these 230 ure ol white
voters and 188 ol colored. The west
ward iHiok showed 397, 282 white and
1 15 colored.
tin Wrdnrsilny evrnltiK IMntwrM, nt the
resilience ol Kev. (leu II Itell. who ollieintcil.
MSilril hy Kev. McXcely lullose, Muy Hell.
.IfiiiKnt'r ol Kev lini. If. lieu ti Knlicrl e.ar
ler, uf lleiidersun county.
At the Wlnvnh house, st fl p.fm. Oct 7. Kev.
Ilrnrv Mnurr, Inlher nl Mrs. Knri vnn kuek.
Momethlnic F.nllrelv New.
The Little Jewel Lamp, made of nickel,
half the size of an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. You are sure to huv
one on sight. At Law's, on South Main
street. Agents wanted.
MTSiicciul attention is culled to liverv
men and everybody to come mid see the
new dash bourn lantern nt
Tiikasii's Ckvstai. Hai.ack,
I'nder Uiera House.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days nuo on one of oil'
most important trunk lines. NoIkxIj
hurt but nil the baggage except the
Koller-lray trunks was lmuslicd up,
lluy one. Sold by dealers. Made bv II,
W.'Koundtrre & Bros., Kichmond, Va.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part ol thccitv, near thr cotton factory
Apply to W. M. Jamvis,
at lirnrdrn, Knnkm etc Co.'s or to C. 0.
Ih'rr, Stanley's Creek, N, C.
Charles "Our drive would have lieen
very pleasant vcstvrunv cveninii it we
had not none down that embankment.
Nellie "Yes, I told voti to get one of
those ilashliimrd lanterns, nt 1 hrnsh s,
so we could see how to drive." No. 41
I'atton avenue, under lirnnd Opera
IsvMr. F. K. Mclntvre, who is well
known for his suiicrior workmanship
and Mr. C. K. Moody, who sells the very
liest brands of I'orilnnd cement, hnve as
sociated themselves to nmkc n siKxinltv
of laying concrete sidcwnlks and are pre
pared to take contracts tn ilo such work
in tne veTy nest mnnncr. umcc ;tu mi
ton avenue, telephone 41) and 7.1.
Thr stock book of the Asheville Natu
ral (Wis and Mininir company arrived
this morning and n number of shares
have been issued. Those wisliinir stock
will please cull on I-'. M. Johnson. oc7-6
A New Road to Hllaa.
If vou are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kins or Klectric Liuht flour: be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour la not only the neat out thechcaoest
IWMimnnuqh's millinery department
a doinir a ruihinu business. They fur
nished the youna Indies of the Asheville
female college yesterday and shjii?d 20
doten trimmed hats to South Carolina.
A nicely furnished hnn. corner Mrrrlmna
avenue and Chestnut strvet. For terms ap
ply to . II. , WATSON,
octaaii seal astatt agent.
Dr Bt Fs Arrington,
VROICON sjjj DENTIST.
Pllllna tnth a sneelalt. alts tnatlne dis
eased gums, aad all diseases pertaining; to
tne aentai structure, uan rooms on cat
ton a venae, aver Kaysor Smith's dmc
WKATHKR IN HEPTEMHKR,
Monthly Report of the HiKiial aer
i tnited Statea Signal Service Sta thn,
W'itiynh Sanitarium, Anberille.M. V. I
ONTHLY MBA NT "fBMPBRATORB.
7 mia p ml p mlMesaj Mesn tily
I I Variation.
at.nsl7a.R sxins.ssl a es
Mesu Moothly Kanse, 17 !.
MAXIMUM TBM PER ATI' KB7
8th snd Hth
RKLATIV B HJJMMIJTY
I 'j n m I 9pm itiailv Mean
.HU.S 0B.H3 J 84.B7 l 77.U
lOralns ol moisture per cubic fuot of air.)
7am I 3pm I 9pm lllaily Mean.
.na o.attu 9.049 a.ii7
On 14 dinerent days 11. 01 in. or .no re rain
fell. generally in short showers. Greatest
amount In J4 hours was 1.1H on 37tb. To.
tal rainfall, 3. Hit; above average for Sept.
l nunner storms on am ana utn.
Cslm on ft days: irentle hreeie, 21 days;
numerate wind, a uays ; severe wind 1 nay
prevailing direction. N N W.
No. eleal No. fair l No. cloudy and
days. duys. rainjr dayi
Per cent, of possible, loo.
:rs. A per cent.
Mean for Sept.
KAR1. VON Rt'CK. B 8. M. I)..
IHrcetor of Observatory.
C. P. Ambler, M. II., Observer.
Index to New Advertisement.
Lost This office.
Lost Citlicn oftice.
Wastkii Powell Kt Balder.
Nl'HSK M., P O. llos llll.
Fin 'ii st L. A.Parinholt.
Fob Sai.k I'.eorKf 'ircenlec.
Kor KliST I'atton aveuue.
ST'TKMHNT Pir-t National Hank
i'.hanii lll'KHt Hol-SK Milton Nobles
Ar Ai'ction Valuable I'eisonnl lioicrty.
i.i.ass.x ask, ate. i nan w. i nrasn e;o.
Thn unfuniished rooms for tinht house,
keeping l!i:l I'atton avenue. oetpdlw"
K ihild'i dn-ulnr.
ricnnc Irnvr nt thift
Sta'tlr ttir two hnmrM ttnt two watfonn.
Will rent Ur nunth If cunvfiiirnt in our
Dtorr. I'OW I-LLeV H .ll'i;R.
A hovpitnl traineil nurse desires a situation
at once. Can give liest ot r ler nct-s Ad
In-as M. P o. mix nil.
A one h.im
pll.-ctoil nd hnrni-ss cheap.
. l!(lK;i; IlKliliM.IIIi.
Vcte-dny afternoon one Iiiikk.v cushion,
one ntl.lier saver, one shre'iskn. mi:. n
Aendeniy street or liouliledny. The finder
will Ik- rewarded iiy ret'immic them to
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NHiHT ONLY,
Wednesday, Oct. 15.
MnnHftrr Rn wycr tHkm plrAHiirr In nnnounc
inK th tirt4t npiH-nrfinit- hrrr nl thril.Htin
liulxhrd Actor and 1'lavwrlKht.
In Xlllton Nnhlc'M lnwrrral tirnmn,
LOVE AND LAW.
A Hiircrna from IKrnn to Orrnn! A Btrnnit
C,,,p"y "f Hitcrlsncril rinycm! KutH-rli
ttiTiiU M'nuiitliiK ! Ar-iilU' lro rtlm and
A GREAT PUY ! SUPERBLY ACTED !
Price. li.oo, 75, 50 & as
TO BE SOLD
ON TUESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 14, AT 3 P. M.
The personal property of the Asheville Club
will be sold at auction for ea.h. This con
sists In part of one billiarj table, one pool
table, both as good as new Heveral hand
some tallies, chairs, drsks, books, niaKaxines,
pictures, Ate., be.
The sale will take place at the dub rooms
where the property can from this day be es
amlned by any person who contemplates be
coming a purchaser. octodtt.1
Report of the Condition
or t MS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
At Asheville, In the HI ate of North Carolina,
at the close of business, Oct. SI, IHUtl.
Loans and dis
counts a:ii),iiu 113
and unsecurrd 1,1110 117
t'.M. bonds to secure
circulation 4 ier
cent Kit, OOO III)
t1. . Bonds Insecure
deposits 4 percent nu.lMMI 00
claims, etc 14.IHHI (HJ
'tie irom apprnveil
reserve avrnts 23.6IH 00
line irom otner na
tional Banks lO,0va 00
nue 1 r o in ntnie
banksand bankers 16,374 03
ItanklnK house, fur-
ntturrandhitorca 3U,IKMI 00
unit taxes paid.... a. find 17
I'rcmluins on 11. B.
bonds 7.IHHI 110
Pills of other Hanks s:i,0o ou
and cents lull A
Hpeclc 9,7l'll OH
LcKnltenricrnntes.. lu.ooo OO
with II. H. Treaau-
rertfl per cent, of
1.1 'JH 00
Total $47,83B 0J
Capital atock paid
In f nm.iioo no
Buniluafund im.ihmi oo
t'nillvliled profits... T.Slfl 88
notes outstanding 10,740 00
subject tocheck...tl78,UDl OS
odlcimslt 14.D4H (Ml
If. n. deposits 80,000 00 348,241 118
Due to other Na
tional Banks 8,B7!I 87
Dve to Slate banks
and bankers 88,070 8k
Total $437,888 08
tats or Noam Casoi.isa,
Connty of nnneomht. (as:
n . . . . rnif.nih wwnnwr m m kuut.
named Itaak, do solemnly swear that the
aliovt statement Is true to ths bsst of my
snowwaas aaa oenei.
w, n. rnntnnu, vnansrr,
fluhscrtbed and sworn to before me this the
Btk day of Oct, 1SS0.
L. P. McLovd, Notary Pablle,
Cornet Attest i
Wat. B Masses, I
X. . ItswLS, iplrtAora,
J, B. DlOKSBSOR, J
NOW BRIGHTLY, BRAVELY,
MIMNAUGH'S MATCHLESS - PRICES
In Btatcly ffnuidfur pour ..long'. Last wook'H biiHinoHH im
meiise; this vvwk's iiitlucenicnt utill gmitor. A rush iinnii
nent. Itaraiim invHistiblo. Nothing liko thoin yet of
fered anywhere in the Dry Goods line. Competition? Away
witli Hueli nonsenise. We Kve'p ! We lead ! The early bird,
as UHual, catches tin worm. iMimnnugh'8 early visit to
the market caught bargains. Later buyers caught the
McKinley tariff bill and had to pay 2.j to "0 per cent,
"THE DRY GOODS HOUSK"
flets there this season Our immense patronage daily in
creasing. The intelligent public know we have the finest
stock ever brought to thin part of the country anil are
leaders in our line. Our prices always the lowest and uni
form to all. We employ no cheap clerks for trade influ
ence, but have the very best talent we can secure, men and
ladies who know how to serve anil show you through
every department in the house.
Trade where your orders can be tilled complete;
where your every want is supplied : where you won't have
to decide between a few pieces; where stuff is piled ns high
us little mountains; where material and trimmings match ;
where the latest magazines, cuts, illustrations and pat
terns are kept to facilitate in the selection of every gar
ment: where push, energy and
you get a "dollar's worth of
your children can buy as cheap
ders am taken care of.
JOIN THE PROCESSION
this week. March to No. J I
free trade prices continue until
knows our house. It is the
stylish, fashionable, pretty,
model dry goods house a house of bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (Soods, Millinery anil Carpets.
Thit It whnt nil thr 1itlcn ot tnntr have
r i claimed on vlnitiiiK ihc
KvfTvthltiii new Mtid the very Intent dcRiirtin
In I'renrh mid derma tt Chinn llticiibruv
nnd Art Pottery (rum nil eomilricn.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
of ttnhcmlan Gliwnwnrc anil Japanese Art
NOTHING LIKE IT
has ever lieen seen In Asheville. Then oue
pri'es; well, thev are so low they are pro
nounced A KKVIU.A I ION.
a nice line of the celebrated Roger's Hilver
Plated Wnre, which, like our entire stock,
was linuKht Iroinflist hanifs, and ou will
be astonished to nnd how low we are sell
Let It not lie forgotten that wecarry. alde
from anytniiiK in inncy rottery ana uiass.
ware, a nioat miiKniticcnt line of
House FuriilNhlng Goods,
which we will not attempt to Itemlte, as It
wouio rriiiirc coiiitnns.
lur lamp department is the larirest and
prices the lowest ever seen In Asheville Ask
to see the little Jewel. The Indli snll say that
they have nevee se,n such a stock In Aslie-
vine, lomc nun ee ns; ou are always wel
come ti you only eonte to iook.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
Two furnished rooms, No. Oil llallev !t.
oct7 iltf O. I.. MclHittiAI.il
IOK KIINTfIR HALK.
Klsht-room honse on Illnke street.
oct4lllw COK. ACAIlltMY at HLAKU.
OR RBNT AT ONCH.
It.Kht rnum dwclllnR, fttmlhe(l or tin dir.
nUhcrt, tn ilenlrahle part of thcclty. A-lilrtmi
I. O, llox 517. ANhcvHIc, N. C. oct7 (Kit
A Rood cow mast aHve not less than 13
quarts tnllk s-r day.
MRU II R. I'Ul.l.ltV,
iHtH.lt 344 Cheotnul titreet.
Uvery nflernoon by Salisbury train we re
ceive frrsh "Kstra Hrlect" Norfolk Oysters.
These arc the lu st I Hertrri In all steles at
IIAMKUK t I'tll.LAM'n,
oet3dtw fin H. Main St.
HMPAHHUR8 TAKB NOT1CB.
All persons are notified that all Innds he-
lonnina to the West Asheville Imnroi-emeiit
Company anil . ). Carrier, In the vicinity of
ine nuipnur npnngs ana west asnevnic, arc
posted. B. O CAKHIliR.
oct 7 (i 1 m
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combs,
nation Moulding. Also Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Rnirrav
lns, Palntlnas and Local Views always on
. Main St., ' ; AabcTillc
pf lad . ' ' '
Bay Llndicj't Guide Book
enterprise is evident; where
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 and cheap.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
StovcH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A 1. 1. HIZU8 FOR FAMILY
ANU HOTKL H8B.
UuurHUtcerJ to be Uerm I'rouf.
ALL 81ZH8 KUI'T IN STOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL
C. E. MOODY,
Oillce No. 30 Patton Aireuuc
TBLBPHONB NO. 40,
Yard and Warehouse near
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1830.
, .ui... ,. i.... than one tun nt factory
In uuuntitii'S not 'cs than one half ton nt
3O0 pounds, .'in tickets, lo pounds each
mm mi " to " '
TOO " UN " 'Jfl "
TOO " 38 " '
7(10 " 10 "
oon o lli " IIHI
Tickets In dollar pm Vums and anv quantltr
our olhcc for cash or tick. ts.
Asheviile Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
I5E8T ANTHRACITE COAL
Fur mile nt Wlinlesiile nml Ketnil Iiy
ISHIiVILLK ICD And coal company,
Telephone 36 and 40.
lucliisive Aitcnis (Domestic and s team l lor Wratrrn North Carolina.
I inn iviuly to hIiow you tint new h1iiim'h in Fall Neckwear
in exiuiHi.te !iii(l exclusive (lesijiis. AIho now in Htock the
new blockH in lints ffirtlieHeiiHon in "Younian'8." Miller and
hunlap HhiipeH. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Mude
Shoen, in Frein h Calf l'aient Leather, &c. &c.t of thecele
bratetl make of llathawa.v. Soule and Hurrinirton. My
$.'.00 Slioe for Men is a tl.iiiily anil hard to beat. Every
pair wnrrrniited. F. E. MITCHELJ,
Aieu h uutntter. a i'atton Ave.
LltWIlt MAlillt'X. I n.
DlMHCToss: Lewis Muddiu, M
8. H. Recti, liro.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
lllKfonied Muy 1st. lHNn.
Mate County and
lection made on all AccvsMiblt fintnm. Thr
On all sum in thin department, dcpunlted tor
or 4 per cent, tier annum will be paid.
Special attention iriven to Iftaim on real catute.
Open from U a tn. tu 3 p. m. On Hatuniayt the HHVittii Ikpnrtment will be open till A p. "i.
inn I illy
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
AII.'WATKR THOKOl CHLY I'lLTKHKW on the Prcntlvc.
Twcnty-tlve year of pmcticAl cxjKrtrnt'e, combined with Pknsonai at teat Inn tu all d-.
talln of the liuKineim and perfect nrrnniremrntM for clkanlinsp and rUKiTf of all KOOdf
manulactured, enable the proprietor to pn-nenl tn hi numcron patron a ujierfor Ha rf
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
'.inner Ale and allthc earlous flavors of Si MiAiW ATliK n-ady far shipment and delfeeml
free in City limits. Out ol town orders must hove KR.oKsinLs reiereuee.
h. r iwiwii.t..
On the A. & H. Railroad. ICIjjItt St 1 lets Noutli of Aiihevlllc
and Adjilnliie Voutlcrbilt lark.
If you arc looking lor n place
vli.v don't you see nliotit
The lK't mineral water n"d
Ltrnn'' view, a '! oclrty. Il
uy NuW ? I'ricv will k'o up
OTIS A. MILLER, r....c
THk Tralii O.u Ht 9.1a A. M.-Vare as CvulN-Or Itrlvv Month S Mllea,
I'Klili. HI'TI liliilH. City ATnt, -JH Patton Ave.
HOTEL" ARMOND-KOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL NPKINCiS, N. C.
HlKht Miles Houtb of AtriicviUc, on the A. A S. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottaxes, new furniture, beautiful arovce.ncat tennis and croqaet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Mnuncsin, Iron uml lip.ora. Thoae seeking health and plraouir and
select society will not full to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Its healing waters.
E. A. LeVENE.
aprfi dtr Hanaarcr.
AHhevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and liealers In all kinds af Pressed
Door, Hauli, Bllndn, lMouldlnirH, Htalrwork, Mnntcln. Bank,
and Bar Fixtures, and all kind of Butldlnir Material. J
Hard Wood Lumber
nov 14 dly
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for it Purity.
We deliver to all parts of thr city our own Mottling Bsport Uecr at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer Is kept nt a temperature of 40 degrees nnd we guarantee yon a fresh article at
all times. THti TKADB SUPI'LIUU PMOM nrucic at
THK LIUDIMI '
WINE AND ..
IN THE 8TATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND MILLIARD ROOM.
I NO. d3 S. MAIN STM ASHEVILLE. N. ft
.....FOR BALK BY'..
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville, N. C.
Dealer In Wall Paper, IndowHbadesand Patent Haurra,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, laaanry's Mixed Paints and Colors. Wladow Olaas, koth
' 1 ' '' Prench and
W. kwp la stock M. Loalsaad Ktatacky
lee may be obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
I.. I'. Mcl.llI'M, Vire-I'res . K. HANK IN, Caahkrt.
J. Hrnnlcn, M.J. Hairii, J. H. Kuukin.J. B. Hay, J. II. Kcv.1
rovcll, C. M aJcI.oud.
mcivtrd. Kxchnnire bunRht and sold. Col ¬
8avinK h't-nturr will m-eivv iiicrfal attention.
four months or langcr, Intcreit at the rati
which will be placed for long time oa real!
lor a home or un investment
in uriut variety.
ymi thmk ol Imv
inK wh not
anil ro K'Allh..V
Near Paaanvug-cr Depot.
Wrik a Sneciultv!
LIQUOR .. STORE .
P. O. Box 426.