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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 18M).
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Korecaat till ft a. m. Baturdajr
Pair llll Kuuduyi allKhtly warmer.
Tbe iron fence on court square is being
put up ogam.
Register of deeds J. J. Maekey has gone
to Marion tor a lew uuys.
D. N. Davenport returned Inst night
Iroin South Litroliim witn ms untie.
The city co'incil holds its remdnr meet-
ing at the city hull to-night ut 7,:)0
Oeorge Williamson returned from n
visit to New York and other northern
The regular monthly meeting of the ex
executive committee of the Asheville l.i
brary Association is being held thisaftcr-
There was u good house to witness
"(Mitot Sil'Ii ' ut the opera null last
night. It will be presented ugain tonight.
Marriage licenses have lircn issued to
Kohcrt Muurt anil Jane Hrown and John
. niker and Alice .Morgan iinii.to v.. I.
Sharp and Susan Mills, colored.
line hundred uml twentv-hre men me
now employed on the Ashevillentnl Crag
gy Mountain railroad. About two miles
of the roudlird have been graded.
Rev. Jnrvis Buxton. I. I)., ol this city
who will liccome rector of the Itpiscniiii
church in Lenoir, uftcr next March, will
preach in that pluce next Sunday.
Ma!, W. II. Malone will address the
Lyceum on the "Tyranny of Mummies,
at the hall in the llamard building to-
night nt 7.:in. The public is invited to
Several friends generously rememliercd
the Children's Home on Thankagiviug
and the little folks were jhlisshtlly liip
over u bountifully spread table of good
Sheriff Reynolds has apHimted the Ad
lowing deputies: Jas. Shcrrill, Fuirvivw;
S. . Luther, r,iH.runti Lower Hominy ;
T. P. Johnson, Limestone; J. M. Morgan.
The wire for the extension of the Mat
tery Park electric railway was strung
yesterday and the car now runs to tin
end of the new tiack, in front ul thenfhet
of the hotel.
Rev. V. A. Nelson, has returned from
llendersonvillc where be has lieen con
ducting a (erics of revival meetings. Hi
Ill-cached a Thanksgiving sermon at tin
'lint Baptist church yesterday,
Vesterdav was a bright, sunny day. in
marked contrast to Thanksgiving dav a
year ngo, which was drcurv and snowy.
A niinihcr of Asheville men availed them
selves of the holidays and went hunting.
Mrs. Coxc, litis M. Coxe, Frank S.
Coxe, Tench Coxe and Miss Maude Coxt
reached here last night from I'.rceii
river. They will remain here a
few days and will then go to Philai'cl
phia tor the winter.
I'rot. J. N, Ingram will lecture nt lad
son college, Hciiilcrsottvillc, to-niuht, on
"Lite among the volcauos, and lava
Hows on the Sandwich islands, and tin
advance of education and civilization
among the natives."
Professor C. A. Webb took the eighth
grade class in i divide from the (raui:t
street school to the electric light ami
siwer station Wedncmlav alteration and
demonstrated to thou the workings ol
the electrical IIiihI as useo lucre.
J. II. 1 olar, of Charlotte, is in the citv
and will lie at the . M. C. A. rooms lu
a part of the tune evrrv dav, until Mr
Andersen, the general secretary, recovers
trom Ins sickness. .Mr. I olar has recent
Iv accented a nositinn as central a.-.n.
tary of the association at Rcidsvillc and
will begin work lauuary 1st.
The management of the oihtii house
has liegun a wnrtare tiHin smoking in
the lobby, not onlv Is-lorr the U-ciiintiii:
ol the iierlormnnces, but lietweeu acts as
well. All onemlcrs will lie iniuieihatelv
rxielled. Now put a stop to the enting
ot peanuts ami otiicr trash in the house
during the iwriormiinccs, ami things will
negiti to assume projicr shne.
Kev. I. L. Carroll preached n Thanks
giving sermon at the Trench llrond Miii
tist church yestcnluv nunning, Iroin
I'snlnis 116:l.'t-lV. At niuht the con
gregation enjoyed a social gathering nt
the church. Tins was well attended and
refreshments were served. There was an
nliumlitnct of eatables and what was not
lisHised of was kept to lie divided out
among the poor ol the city.
The Mission hospital returns tluinkstn
the Kinil Incmls whoremenilK-rrd the sick
mid needy yesterday and to the Kpisropal
church for Us generous donation of Iruils
una entniilri. tiwmg to lack ol adver
tisement there were not as many gifts
as usual trom the citiicns and children
generally. Any (persons who wish to do
so can yet send thanksgiving oMcring
una mus materially am a very valuable
REPORT OF THE SCHOOLS
M'PT. CI.AXTON FIRNIHilKH
IT I'OH NOVKMHKH.
"Little Lord l-'niintlcroy," the dramat
ization of Mrs. Burnett's' famous story,
was played to a good audience nt tin
C.rund opera house Thursilny night, The
acting of little Ada f irming was won
deafully well done and su- was the rccip
itnt of hearty applause. Wilson linns,
ns the liarl of Ihirincourl, was nil ex
cellent character and Mrtrnjcd the tem
per ol the old grnllenian in u'finenmnncr.
The acting of the entire company was
F. M. Miller was horn on Haw creek.
In lluncnmhc county, in North Carolina
mid in lN.'lll. June 23 is his birthdny an
niversary. He arrived in the t'nited
States just in time to join his voice in the
chorus of song that waited Martin Van
lluren into the presidential chair. Voice
undeveloped hut strong. Hern democrat
ever since. I'nrents lived four miles east
ol Asheville nt time of birth nnd six years
Inter, when little I'riink was but six years
of age moved into Chunn's cove, a little
nearer this plncc. He lived there f.ir
sonic time, bdurntcd at Stephen Lee's
school, in aforesaid Chunn's cove. That
identical school was instrumental in
teaching young ideas of numerous Ashe
ville business men how to shoot anil hit
the murk. In infill came to Asheville
and clerked in iostomce under the Inte
llr. W. L. Milliard. A lew years after
wards Dr. Ililliard resigned and his
Drotncr. James II. Milliard wnsiipHiinird
postmaster. In I NWI. on rcsiuniition !
the latter, the faithful yonng ck-rk was
apiKiinieti. vvnen war ol Confederacy
broke out he was re-tipxiintcd by the
Conltdcrnte government. In tlie early
Iiart of IH0.1 entered the southern army,
raving postofhee in charge of C. W, L.
lidney. Lnterrd Sixtieth regiment as ser
geant major. Dr.Jnmrs McDowell was
colonel and W. W. McDowell, of this city
his brother was major of regiment, Mr.
Miller wna afterwards elected lieutenant
of company A. and stiyed thus elevated
till close of war. At close ol war came
home and was connected with A. II. I'olk
and A. T.8iimmcy in mercantile business.
Later with I'cnniman At Co. Was elec
ted town commissioner in 1H73 and ten
timet afterward. Last election whs in
1HH7, for four years. Now city clerk.
One of tbe most careful members of the
board and fixed in opinions, which are
generally right. Is called by some the
"wstcb-dog of the treasury." Married
and lives ou College street with family.
er Cent, of Attendance and Tar
dlneMH at the Vurloua tschuolM
Koll or Honor A l.onit I.IhI or
NnineM Tlinl Does Credit lo the
The report oi'.S'iipcriiitcnilcnt Claxlon
of the city schools for the mouth ending
Friday, Nov. 21, is given below
At the Academy street school the tola
enrollment of pupils was (120 and the m.
cent, of attendance was KK.tt. The h-
cent. of tardiness during theenlire month
was 2.S. The roll of honor for the mouth
at this school is us follows:
Sixth grade Delia Miller, Annie Mor
gan, Hugcniii Simmons, Annie Orpin
Fifth grade Ada McCiiiiIcsk, Cora
Perry, Lizzie Murilock, Mattie Moouev
Fourth grade Lester Templctou, Kn
uic loucs, Lizzie Porter.
Third Clinic Mary Coleman, Carrie
Milk."-, Lily Perry, Hester Couau, Bessie
ItovL, Urleiic I n Lie. llenrv Port, l.eo
Suggs, Tonimic Sidling.
First grade, "A:" Vernon Harrison
lames Inclc, Tommir ones, Calvin Kil
iiau, Willie Ingle, Willie I lamer, Wi
Coleiiiau, Leoii'i Courlucv, I carl I'os
tell, Kmma Rigus.
First grade, "H:" llcssic l.cc. Maggii
l.eillord, Vernon Whitehead, limina
At the Orange street school tile enroll
meat was 71 and the cr cent, of nt
leiulanccHS.7. The iierccnt. of tardiness
was 1 .2. The roll ol honor here is a
Carrie hrown, l-Miir Zackary, Holier!
Iraccv, Willie Williams, .Maud .MeCrarv
Ada Kcvaotils, Alice Stockton, I t-m
Smith, Mark Hrown, Francis liiidger
l-'rauk Li-e, Lauder Mcltraver, Willit
Mvers, oe Reynolds, Roy Williams.
Louise Branch, lvllru Barker, Fauna
Jones, Vivian McF.hoy, May McDonald
Willie Scli.irllc, May Stclling. liracc Kan
kin, MalH'l Kandoiph, .Nora Wan-, M.irv
Baird, Louise Merrimon, Myra Weaver.
KuK-rt Filzpatrick, Winnie l'itpnti'ick.
Mclla liolilsmith, hilitli Kamlolpli
Blanche Randolph, Lyda Wilson, Arthui
Nichols, M.iggie Clayton, Cora Mocklou
Marv Smith. 1-ilna Rives, Stella Rav
Lizic Haird, Daisv Branch, FmiuaCiens-
man. Pearl Creasinan, Maud Fitzpati ick
Minnie llolcoiiib. Lucy Johnston, lleslei
.Nichols, Kitty Kollius, Carrie Wlullnck
Singleton Drake. Alhcrlus Fortune, Mar
diall iWciiii, Chccslioroiigh Holiues, Sain
llolconib, Carl Lewis, Hugh M. lnturll
llenrv Kives, Willie lint, l-.dgar kilimt
rick, Ahla f lolilsiiutli, Haiiaah ,l:u
Smith, Willie lames, Wallace lloullmaii
I'icorgc Randolph, iHvalur West, I'lurcuce
v.rcasiii.iii, Wtssie Ideiiu, l.lowl 1 run
micr, Mavuie Kilpatriek, Clyde Morris
loscpli Kives. .Maime Wright, Ceiigus
lloleomo, C harllc .Nelson, llaval .Mileli
ell. l-d Holmes.
At the .Mountain street school, colored.
the enrollment was .Ml ami isar ecut ol
attendance hi. 7: the n-r cent of lanlt-
less was 1 1 .'J. I'hc roll til honor was as
I. ones Hamilton, Charles Hamilton.
Mat v Kecd. Luniit- High. Ilatlic t'.ooil-
mii, Thomas Jaeksoii, Richard Boweii.
Charlie Reed, olm Whitson, Beri ard
Vlekaudci, ll.n wood Long, Marv Lou
Cro'M-ll, Annie l'tir, Daisy Kuiu, Ls
tella Kiev, John W.iitou, linvie Alston.
Ia-ii:! l-'osler. ll.ittic Harris, Lena Harris.
IIIHIIOI I.VJUJI HI At III. St.
TIihiihsikUIiiii HersU-ea Ml Trlnll
.In.-PhI I liurcli.
The Thanksgiving services at Trinity
chuieh were well attended, eterv scat in
the liuildiiiij being invtipicd. The chan
cel was decorated very tastelally with
the "trails ol the earth." Two large
shocks of com piled around with vegt ta
bles win- placed at either side ol the
nrrh, and in the center ol the chancel
'loud n pyramid ol hint supporting a
sheaf of wheat. At Itotliof the reading
desks were sheaves of oats with fruit and
vegetal iles, and in the niehe on the nulit
ol the clmucvl was n display ol tropnal
graiH-s, oranges, lemons, ,Vi.
There Any One Here
You Know r
StniuxH Hotel: Clias. N. Holmes,
C'lias. Peruchi, H. L. Smith and wile
Miss Pearl Elliott, Miss Lucy Taylor,
W. Winter, "Out of Siirht . omnanv: lu-
litis I-lnuni. Charlotte; J. T. Moore, N.Y.;
c, Iv. van uensciioter, N, v.
(.'en A'oc: J. W. Cooper, Murphy
Ceo. B. Dunnun, N. Y.; W. 0, Baton,
John I). Uullcford, Chattanooga; J no. S.
Price, N. C; Mr. H. C Sleppy, W. A
Slcppy, Washington, D. C; R. D. (iilmer
ami lamilv. Wuviiesville; W. V. Clilton,
Raleigh, !. C; V. B. Irwin, Liverpool,
Ivnglaml; Jatues Baker, Stevah, N. C;
John .Mi. ore, Kuoxville; h. c. iranso-
man, Cincinnati; Thos. Fitzgerald,
Kuoxville; I. 1-. llaiightou, N. C.
,S'narinanoa.- C. U. Jenkins, W. A
I'leiniiig and wife, Mrs. R. II. Mcaglev
Jas. II. Woods and sister, L. Newbrik
N. V.; D. A. Mollitl, llaltimorc; ('.. V.
(lilieath, I-:. II, Britton, J. D. Blantou,
A. 11. Cassclman, J, II. Tolar, Juo.
Ilovt and wile, J. Ranisav, F. W. Ha
W. S. Barrows, A, M. Smith. N, C; R.
II. Miiiisoa, Philadelphia; I. W. llillup. ir
Ala,; li. Iv. Hooker, Kuoxville; J. D. Stut-
csman, Chicago; Jno. I-. Hurt, Boston;
W. McNab, Montreal; Ro. W. Waitc and
wife, N. J. ; Mrs. W. S. Liiwcomb and
child, M. l.ouis.
(liaml Central:). W. Crew, Balti
moie: Oco, Iv. Buruv, Wilson Ivnas, M.
W. Raleigh, II. ('.. Flohi, Iv. A. I.oeke, O.
C. Ciunter, C. Iv. Van Bcnschnter, S. V.;
D. II. Rnmsey, Salisbury; S. B. Waygaur,
Iv. D. Hale, John Moon', Kuoxville; F.
P. Kolierts and son, Weavervillc; W. M.
I.aiiuiug, B. M. Launing, Sail Antonio,
Texas; C. W. Pavne, W. S. Piiviic, R. ;
D.; J. B. More.tici'inautow'ti, N. C; i. S.
loucs ami wile, John I-, Ma lone v, F, P.
Davis, llciidersoiiville; John J. Magee,
Kobt. A. Magee. Belle La Verde, Lilly Lu
Verde, Richard V. Meredith, Jas. M. Pat
terson, "Out ol Sight;" J. I. Mott.States
villc: T. L. ("ill. Richmond: J. Kieh.Phil-
ulclplua; (. 1-criMisoil, (,. t.. Mice. I..
(i. Cole and wile, N. N'cwbv, H. M. Col
ley, Iv. C. Nichols. J. T. tiritlin, J. D. Car
rier, N. C; A. L. Rankin, (;reensboro; J.
C. Adcrholt, W. N. C. R. R.; W. Iv. (loss.
Providence; A.J. Reeves. Wavnesvillc; S.
I. Mav. Mark May, Flats. N." C: Iv. C.
tiradwohl, St. Louis.
Itnttcry I'nrk : Iv. P. Me Manns and
.vile, ('.. B. Iienman, . T. Darnell and
. ill. T. A. Hand. C W. Barlouaiid wife,
I-'. W. Skinner, Ivu'car Wilson, Kachacl
Sterling, Florence roster, Ada Fleming
New Vork; Hugh McKac, Linvillc; W. W
Merrcll. citv; Mrs. L. D. Ailer and son
Minn.; I. noise v Davis, Ciucinnnti; I. M.
Bracgs, Bihleiorl ; Cli.is. Iv. Shobcr.
Iiirmiiigliain : C. It. Protta, K. I. Chap
man. Pa.- T. S. MeBec, Kuoxville; J. Iv.
Hughes, lolnmhiis, ().; I', f, ulcs, Bar
timore:W. r. Adkins, Richmond: Dr.
mil Mrs. Barksdalc, Va.; Iv. D. Brown.
ilclmctta. .V J.; T. I., (loll, Riclmi I; J.
C. I'la, Tench Coxe, Frank S. Coxc, Otis
M. luxe, Miss Maude Coxe, Mrs. Frank
Coxc, Philadelphia; II. II. Douahoo, .
Coleiuaii, Si. Louis; J. P. Meyer, Chi
cago; . w. loillith, .New Vork; A. S.
c hild. .Ncw-Mirl. R. I.; D. W. Bissell, In-
liaua : Ilea. U ilhains ami wile. Kv.: Mr.
ind Mrs II. F. Woods, Cincinnati, Miss
iilhuc, 1-. D. Iioodhuc, Cincinnati: S.
L. Lc.ii, Dm ham; Mrs. R. T. Thurston,
Miss Shiis, Miss Morse, N. C.
neulh or MIhh Hlarr.
Miss Maty Starr, n sister of Mrs. J.
Norris Myers, died at I. C. Baird's, on
College street yesterday alter a lingering
iniess. Mie coin-Here last Inlv, then a
lion.less invalid. Her remains wen-taken
o her former home ill Baltimore lor in
crmcnt, on the 2 o'elmk train to-dav.
NEW ADDITIONS FOR THIS WEEK.
Index lo New AdveninenienlM.
I,. it K. X- h oilier.
To Must Tlin-f Kihihis
Taki s IT- T. II l.wioin
l.AM.Stl.K A T. Siin.lliev.
-,hi t.i l.o K. e'ortin
Nolle S Tn Stikk lliil.liSMft--M. M. lorn-.
around a cotton plant lull ol hall oik-iici
IkiIIs, The whole ellivt was most nlcas-
uig ami suggcsiivc.
I lie service was eonilucted bv the rtv
tor Rev, McNeely Diillose assisted bv the
Kev. Dr. Buxton, and other clergy. Pish
p i.viiiau prcnciuuu the sermon. T la
ser vice was the lull morning servke with
si-ccial lint hem. I he silicon; w as larL-r-
iv eongn-giitioiial; Hr.liarrctt stinenlav
nig coiiiriliuiin much to the U-iiuiy id
The Bishop spoke of the larue am
wcial blessings granted during the past
vein to i ne nation anil the world, Hie uu
usually large crops in this country, thc
jemral exemption Iroin pestdrnev
ucii ns visited the country lust
vear, me reinarxamc state ol peace
inrougnom me worm, anil the cordi.il
rclntiuns at present existing betwtrn nil
nations, lie impressed upon the emigre
-,'iition at this time of speeinl thnnksgiv
inuthe iinMirtaniv ol giving back ti
itod the giver ol nil giHid things" his
hare ol the bountilul increase, nnd
closed with tin npieal for the Thompson
orphanage a most worthy institution, in
the iIiikvsc under tncchiiriienl the Ivois-
iii mi cuurcil.
The olliTtory was devoted to this oh-
lect. andtlie Innts and vegetables use
in the dmirallou ol the cllun-ll. nt tlsr
close ol the service, were sent to the Mis
Mealh ol a VUltor.
J. I'rnnk Union, n visitor, died at the
Van (older house on Collcgcslrcrt yester
day morning, in consumption, lie was
'J years ol age and had lieen here lor
sometime. His remains were taken to
Westmoreland, N. "i., this afternoon.
HI MINF.MN NOTICKM.
Of choice ehiun. for winter trade, nee
arriving ami neoig oieneil. All an- new
nnu irrsn. i arm increases cost -Jig iirr
eeni., out prices are riglil aiwavs at
I d . U 11 .: . .
OKKU a Of I
ASHI'.VII.I.K I.IOMTANII PoW'I S Co., J
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 1,1, I mill. I
Ivditor The Citircn: Will you plensr
give mince to me nsiirvuir pillllic, that
we hive completed contracts with the
two lending clevtrk'nl eompnnies of the
world, tn wit; The Totti-min-Houston
and the Ivdison (icnrriil electrkul coin-
pnmes, lor the Installation of ma
chinery capable of supplying two
thousand inenndrscent " is, iecul
mriy aaoptra lor resiliences, stores,
churches, banks, or olliccs. That we
have ordered and will soon have erected
a complete system of wiring for each set
of dynamos, and that we propose after
Installation iscnmplrtcd.tnlurnish lumps
ui iivwiiuiv nwertuver in c, p. I lor all
nignc, or suoricr service, measured by
meter or otherwise as our patrons may
K-efer, at 10 per cent, less than any other
ina fide company will oiler to iw
Asiibvillb Luiiit Ik Powxx Co.
Wt' llilVP jlist llfl'ivctl
ill'i' stuck of
Tlx' piililic invititl tocxuiii
ini' tin' vnrii't.v and compare
SMcial nt tent ion is called
to our recently udded caHe of
Torr.v'n lino Manicure cut
!er.y. A Iimijj: felt want hui-
UAYSOK & SMITH,
Ml l'ntton Ave.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES CUT DOWN IN PRICE. STOCK TOO LARGE,
Many (lepiiHiiientH too full, hence the Hlauuliter. Now
is the time to puivlinne. A feast for hIiopimth ; the most
elegant and conipleto stock to s(dect from. No off style,
shomvorn. auction house trash here. Look at thi bar
gains we offer, the prices we nam?:
Ton thousand vards 40 inch Tricot, Flannel Dress (Joods,
worth OOc, for H.V. a yard; 5,000 yards (linft-hams, worth
Hv,. anywhere, "c.; 2,000 yards SeinjMr Idem IMeaclied
Muslin, He; " cases prints, cost ., at oe.; all our cotton
chwksat4c.; 1H4 dozen Towels at 1.50 a doen, worth
51.00; 7" cent. Linen Damask for "0(; " cases Ked Flan-
nel, twilled or jihiin, a little over half price; 5100 Honey
comb Quilts at 7"c, see them; 08 dozen Napkins, big
value at 1.25; 100 dozen unlauntleied dollar Sliirtn for
)0c; 200 dozen Ked Flannel Shirts for 5J7& Cut rates on
Handkeirhiefs, Hose, (iloves and Corsets. Ilar?aiiis in
Kinbroideries, Torchon and other Luces, Immense value
in Furs, Muffs, Hons and Capes. Our Cloak and Wrap de
partment immense. e are alarmed about the ipinntity,
hence the prices almost cut in two. If low prices will do it
1 . . I F i feff 1 11. .
we intend to reduce our siock msr. itionoiiy moniiiiK t-ae
sale commences, 'tis now in proirres; read this and run to
No. 1 1 .l'ntton avenue. What you want maybe gone be
fore you get there, for prices make things move. Mini
mi ugh is in his glory when he sells goods cheap. Our Mil
lincry department still booming; more work than we can
do; not soliciting any trade for it at present, but will try
and till urgent orders for our regular customers.
A cyclone has struck our stock ; prices takea tumble.
Hurrah for (he cut rate snleut
No. ii Pattun Avenue.
W" DKY HOODS. MILLINFI5Y AND CAKI'KTS.-
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In (iiiuntllli-B not less than one ton at factory. 40c. cr hunitrtd
n uiintlllr" not le than line half Ion at factory c.
aoo nounils, MO tickets, III polinils each 3 (111
lino ' ,. no " I" " J on
700 " " SM -,,
7no " in " bo " mo
I oiio " 10 ' I ft.oo
Tlekrls In ilulliir pncloiKea mill liuv iiiiintitr ul lev may be obtained from drivers and al
uur oilier for cash or tieki ls.
AttlieviHc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
J J EST ANTHRACITE COAL
- I'oriuile nt Wholesale anil Hetall by
ASHKVIIXK ICE AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone 36 and 40.
lUclmivc Aiirnla lliumrstle and Htcutnl Inr Western North Carolina.
IT NEVER RAINS,
Rut it iHMirn, and when It ilot't rnln nmcmbt r that my timtortment of lmbrclliui 1 tk tmr
cut in Atthevillr. Il'yoii ilon't Itrlievc it JuHt kIhoiv nt the mnKn flcent dinplny now on rihi
Itltiim In my wlmluw. 1 wuuld 1no i-all your attention to the folio win it new gooiln recti vt-ti
Inttt week : A new lut itl nrtkwear In llnt tthinim for cveii.njt wear; also In bat dciMirtmeut
a line of huU in three ilidereut nhuilc in the "eveniiiK nun,' hue that It to faiihlonalilt;
F. E. MITCHELL,
a8 Pattoa Ave.
LKWI8 MAIlllt'X, l-res
Lewis Maililus, M.I. I
H. H. Keeel, lieu. H. Co
L. I. McLOl'U. Vlee-Hres.
well, C. M Mel.oild.
I. B. RANKIN. Caahltr
Hrarden, M.J. Paga, . B. Mankla. J. B. Ray, J. B. Krcil.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Orsnnlied May 1st, 1HHM.
CAPITAL, S5(),(KX). SURPLUS.S20,00(i
tttAtc, County and CU Deponltory.
iKtea a (Venrral Hinkin Himlnnw. UriMiMitR rrceivrd. Kiehanice honslit and anld. OH
lection made on all iTrltlf fHiinU. Tbe KarinK feature will receiTe iwrcial nttenrlun.
Onall nmi in this deiartnient, rtepoaltrd for four montna or lonaer, interest at the r
of 4 per cent. ter annum will be paid.
tipccial attention Kiven to loam on real eatate. which will be placed for lone time on real
Open from 0 a. a. to S p. m. tm Maturriaya tbe Bavin Department will be open till tKm.
Kditor Aahtrtllc Citiien:
That our many friend nmv know ho t
nre fettina: on wc will "tatc that wc took In
in Motel anu ttorr
S9.000 lu Vhe Week.
Took In Inat Hnturdny over $7h. $75 of
that waa hotel, 1 nlniuv atnre. Hotel reirla
tered 3A that dny. Had O.otHt rnvul In
& month. Our atck ii mum moth 3oo feet
lone and 15 feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and nee 'Mild Ched" amile.
and liny good of uu nnd aave 10 to 2ft per
novln dtf H. K. CHKUKHTKK lb MiN
FOR SALE !
A well eatnlilliihrd liunnrm in Asthrvlllr
centrnlly located, dolnff n tirt clnna trndr
un inner prunta. una m the itrat opxirtu-1
nlty now offered In thim-ity. Mut Ik- aold
becauw of uwncr'i ill hejihh.
Alao. a hrat-claiui new rrMiilrntt. cenlrullt
located If taken now enn Ih- hiidchtan.
We offer a Hi)lcnliil trm-i ii iimlrrliintl.riir
le or aa an Investment on ahurca. I'oplur,
oak and buckeye.
Ft Kknt I'limi-linl nnd unfumltihed
hnusea only a lew minutta from Court
miu u re. 1
Waxtkis Two larue rrttitlrncea. with ever
convenience, to rent lurniahnl. I
BIGKLOW JON KM.
RHAI. BKTATIi ANII IN VKdTM HNTS.
Room II McAfee Uluck, aj I'attoa Arenue.
Mri-uird by renl rutate. K. (.'(II'I'IN,
3 North Main mm t.
JkjllTICU Til HTOCKIIIII.IIUMM.
Aahef Hie MkIiI and I'owrr Comtmn
AnHevlllr. N. tj . Nnv. Ufl. 1MIIII
At a merlin nf Ihr Hoard tif lrinr.-l.tra ihli
day It was nrdercd thai a mwtlntfur.in.-l.,
hnlilrra lie rnllrd. to aasrmtile at this oflliT
on ursnay, ure. u, lawo, al 1 1 o'clock a.
II. M.JON UK.
nnvaailtd Hec. and Trcas,
Jk'lTICK TO STUCK Hlll.llKKS.
Ashrvllle Mlrrrl Knllwsy Co , Itlrrlrle,
Aaheyllle, Nor. ail. IHUo.
At a mrrllntf of the hnnrd of dim-tors
this flay It wns nrrferrd that a ihmiIii. ,rf
""can rr. lie eaileo, tn a.semlilc at th,s
office on Tur.ilsy, l. B, at I o'clock p. m.
. II M. JONKH,
nnyiia did rVcrrlnry and Trrasarrr,
ItV virtue nt a deed nf tru.v M,..l.rf l.
lohn II Caniernn lo mr a. ir.iH. Ih.I
date the lath day of Heeenilwr, lsa. and
rrai.trred In the nine nf Ih. Reg-later of
llerdanf llunenmh rounlv. M.,rl r.Miu.
In Honk 4 ol mnrtiratfra and diwda nf Im.1
nn iiasrea 4ST anil 4rM, ilrfaiilt h.rlns been
mailt and den and annn fflehaylnthernmadc
mm rrijuirru, will aril I ne land OeSt-rllKd In
said drrd or truat at itibll auction to the
hluheat bidder for eaah at lh mm.. h..u
iionr in nanrriiie tn snia county on Monday,
the lUd day of lleccmbtr, 1SU0, nt 13 o'clock
Hald land ! .lluarMl l .h. mmmtmrm
of AaheTlllton Hollywood street, near Col.
Irar street, aillolnlntf lands of P. M, Miller,
Mrs. Lona. Mrs. M. I at.u mmA nth.. A
contains nlne-Uatha of aa am, more or leas.
Onld, Kilter, Ivory, Oak, (illt and Combl-
nntloa Mnuldlnis. Alao hootn Mouldlnss.
Pictures Mntu-d, Mounted and Pramed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bnjrrav-
Inea. Palntlnaa and Local Views always on
aa 8. Main St., Aahevlllc
apr 1 S d
Already Knwrd nnd Hplll.
If HtlvMlixing doos
H'tpny, why is it that
tiny most Kinross fill
inorr limits of every
town, In xt? n ml mini II
hk the Iwiiv'wst ml-vnlisi'i-s?
If if, ilooH
'i.t pny to ndveiiiso,
wliyih tlii lieiiv'wst,
Iiiis'iiiosh linns in tint
wovhl Nn'inl millions
in tlmt wny? Is it
Ih'i-iiiiko tlioy do not
know ns much nbont
Inisiiwss us thfit-ixfor
n ilollnr "storekoofh
or" inn country town,
who Hiyti inonoy
spont in ml vort whiff
is thrown awny?
Dr. B. F. Arrlngton,
at'KMKON afl DKNTIIT,
rilllnt leeth specialty, also trratlna dla
ssed sum., and all dlaeasea pertaining to
the dental atrurture. office room a nn Pat
ton avenue, over Havaor a Hmlth'a Arm-
But Llndaev'a Assist, laawsi.
tO W.M.C rriMHCta.
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBI.BI'HONK NO. 40.
Yard and Warenuaa. near liepot,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
S17 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOKOl'UHLY FILTKRKD on the Premliseii.
Twenty-tire yenrs ol praetleal raiwrirncr. combined with rasaoasL attention to all ih
Isila of the hualneaa and ,ierfeet arraniiemrnln far vi.stNi.iKsss and rpsiry of all aoorta
maniilacturrri. enable the proprtrtnl tn preaeol to hla aumrroas patrona sn,iriior clsaa 01.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Cini.fr Ale nnd alllhe various llavori ,A KOIIAIWATRR ready for shipment and drltveeru,
free In City llmlia. Out of town orders mast have asmaaiai.a rrfnrnc.
C. H. CAlSfPRflt..
HEALTHIEST PLACE IN AMERICA,
hot srniNGs, n. c.
In at pcvcerful, rrntrnl valv, Murrontttfest wllh pine
c-osrrvti niounlnlua, HDHrklliiK Htrcani. and Itcanll.
ful aeenen, wllh tin dr , brMvina, hrxlih-laiclrn ir,
fn trdom from dusil, mwlaila or debllliHlluw rtTrcl.
the hHt of Vml snd Wlnlrr vIIuiuIvm, wllh Its) Iher
iiimI walorsi HowIiik Into tuarhle pools), the mssl Ina.
urlouaaitd vurwtlvc bnlha In I he world, lende.a to -lh
dehllttMttMl, rheumatic, niMlnrlous) or aonty uf
fercr, as) well Mahe rrrreallon sievker, Health, Rral,
rieaaurr, Home l'oforl s d I nvavelled Table at
THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
IM.lnneefr.im A.lM-villeliillol Kprinua, U7 miles. Time ol trip,
t hour and 37 mlnulrs.
HCHKDl Li: OF TRAINH.
I j-ave Aaheville for Hot Hiirlnas al 7:.to a m. Urn p m. anil 7pm
Krlurnlns leave lint Hpriniis for Asheville a 7:37 a in, VIM ain.a,
asd ll:lo p m.
Cullman Palace Cars on all trains. Nnuad trip tickets Ineludlan,
use day'a board al the Mountain Park Hotel, 4.SO.
On the A. A H. Railroad, HIKht mile Mouth of Aaheville
ana Aajoinina; Vaudcrbllt Park.
Jj".!".!tJ""'! " u" hoR oraa ssvsatrasat
why don't you arc atmu!
The lira, mineral water and In rent variety. lvH lots,
l"'"ni.I'".''i"H, nu think nf htiylai why aot
buy NOW t Prlcca will ao ap and ao HAPIIIUV.
OTIS A. MILLER, r
Taho Train (sal at o.io A. Sf-Fara as Coatsv-or Drive aotust Mllea
I' Kith. RIITI.KIHIK. City Amt, an Patton Avt.
SKYLAND MINIiKAL HPRINGS, N. C.
KIKht Mllea South of Aaheville, on the A. Jk ft. RatTrsMtt.
lew hotels, dew eollaiira, new furnltuiv. bcaatlfal am.ai.aMi .... ,a . 1
food livery. " "
WWUB r48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Huiphur, Alum, M amenta. Imn and Knson. Ttaoar aav-klaa h..ik ..a ....
select society will not fall lo visit this pleasant rraort and drink of Its aeallna waters
If vou do you will be awsrr of the fact, we
keep the best gnods for the least aionsy.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
ASHKVILLB, x. C
E. A. LeVENE,
Aaheville, N. C.
Near PaMensrer Depots
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
uwKianra aaa oemrers la all Blsas of ITrraaad
Door, ftaah, Blinds, Mouldlna;s, Stalrwork, Mantel, Rank;
and Bar Flxtare, and all hlnda of Bnlldlna; Material.
Hard Wood Lomber Work a Specialty,.
arridiy Tolaphama , aa,
UTH.4U1 a. a. .iissstuv, Tinstcs.