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A1HEVI1XE LAiT MIGHT.
While on Hl way Home He Gela
on tne Track and la Horribly
Handed Hla Horae Alao Killed
An Em-Mncrlff or Haywood.
Ja. Ownby, of Haywood county met
with a terrible death near Ashevillc lust
night. Hi body, horribly mangled and
almost unrecognizable, wu found on the
track, half way between Hominy and
Candler' station, on the Murphy divi
ion of the Western North Carolina rail
road, about -ten miles west of Aslwville,
this morning. The dead man's horse
was found near the track, also dead.
Mr. Own by was in Aslieville yesterday
morning, having spent Wednesday night
with P. A. Ownby, his nephew, on South
Main street. He had brought some pro
duce to the city, and having disposed ot
that started for his home, near Pigeon
river about 10 o'clock a.m. He was seen
by Mr. A. H. Pelmet, about dusk, pass
ing the hitter's house four miles this suit
of the scene of the accident. Ownby wnc
not sceii again us fur as known until hi-
body was found this morning, (ieorg
Taylor, who lives near the place, found
It is suppposed by those living in tin
neighborhood thut Ownby s wagon
broke down, as it was found with out
wheel off some distance from where tin
body wns, anil that he got on his hortk
to go on home, leaving his wagon. Ii
trying to cross the track, which is at hi
angle ol about with the rouil, he i
supposed to have lost his beiiriiu-s ami
followed the track instead ol' the din
road- He hud gone about 100 ynrclt-
from the crossing. When the tram struck
The only train passing over the ronil
last night wns a height train, run i
lohn Clarke, enuincer. with lirwiu Alli
son us Hrenien. The train reached Ashe-
villc about 1 o'clock this morning, and
the crew did not make any report ol thi
accident to the officials ol the road.
Mr. Ownby was killed ut a gradual
curve and it is said that the train couli
be seen coming lor u distance of 1
vards from where the boily was found.
Coroner Milliard was notified, but hu
held no iniiicst over the body.
Mr. Ownbv wns a native ol HiiiicoiiiIk
county, but lias lived for u long time oi
Bcnverdain, in Haywood. He wu al
one time sheriff ot I lay wood county. lb
leaves it widow anil several children, al
ol whom are married, lie was uncle o
P. A. and K. L. llwnliv.nicrchaiusin thi
THK AI.I.1ANCK TU-JlllltRIIW
Don't Forget Ttanl There An
other IiHereMttt Concerned.
Hiiitok Thk Citmkn: Seeing that th
alliunce idea has taken deep root, hoi
only among our limning populuiiou bu
evervlwriy else as well, and that even
other interest and consideration must Is
sunk for the time being to let this Hilict
prevail, I drop this Bote to suggest to out
democratic friends who will meet to-nior
row to nominate legislative anil cuuntt
candidates the impropriety of neglecting
evervlKidy but alliance business and alii
onccnien. I know ol no one who oppose)-
the alliance ami their nicusurcsnnusolai
as 1 know ullclussesofour people bid then
God's Sieed in bettering their couditioi,
which means the improvement ol the con
dition of all; but this organization in
this county embrace but a small pari
ol our ncoiilc comparatively, and not
one-hall ol the farming element as 1 am
informed. So 1 suggest that ill making
our ticket to-morrow, this alliance itlcn
should not absorb everything else. Let
us not lorget that we have every other
interest to consider as well asullianee no
tions. Wc hare merchants, doctors.
Inwycrs. mechanics, miiiiuTuciurci.
and'a numlerol people engaged in other
profession and businesses wuo must ue
rrunrdrd as well as the iiolicics und prin
ciples of the alliance. We must not lor-
net that this is a democratic asseinblagi
met to attend to democratic business
( which means the good ot all I and not
for the purpose ol makingourselvc asso
in w nooping up inc nniuncc.
The alliance members ol this body will
be treated with all the resiiect and con
sideration they deserve, just as well as
the merchants, the mechanics, lawyers
and doctors; but no ulliance business
can be attended to in it und it is hoiicd
that it will not be taken by any as tin
object of the meeting. It must not Ih
forgotten thnt Ashevillc with her twelve
thousand inhabitants and their interest,
and her fifteen hundred democratic vot
er will receive some consideration ut
least. The prosperity of Ashevillc means
the prosperity ol nil classes of our peo
ple, farmer a well a others.
Let u ponder just a little lielorc we g-
too lar witn tins nniuncc iiusinrs to tne
neglect ol everything else. otkn.
Antievllle Tobacco Market.
The nunilier of Hiunds of leul tobncci
old on the Ashevillc market during tin
month ol Srptrmlirr, as rrMirtrd liv li. I.
Holmes, secretary of the Ashevillc tobac
co association, wns r!l.'.72 and the total
price paid for it was J. , 15X44, an aver
aire of H.flO cent per pound. In Septem
ber of Inst year, the amount sold was
12,0.1:1 His and the price paid wns II,-
31lM.ao an average nl lO.Tn cents noiiiul
From October I.INMU. to October 1,1 HUH.
there were 'JO.'J'J'J.nM pounds of tobac
co sold on the Ashevillc market, nnd the
amount paid for it was 9 :i,ano,047.4il.
The return from Fnirview give the fol
lowing the result of the primary in
For Representatives J. a. T. llnlrd 91
Locke Craig iio, M. L. Heed In, w II, Car
tls in,! P. Lawrjr , . A. lilacs well I.
nhcrlff 11. L. Reynolds Al,
Clerk W. H. Voung IIS. . U. Israel 10, J
H. Carter B, W. II. Wilson 9.
Rcgletcc of Deeds J. J. Marker 43.
Treasurer J. II, Courtney 41.
Coro"rr L II. Mcliraycr 8, Charles K
ttllliard , W. Ii. Illlllarcfl,
IwlfKStrs J. A Wrajr, T, J. Voung, I, H
Cooper, C. V. Williams, J. Will Junta, ,
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A Oao4 Record.
Much of the hesitation, doubt and
delay in taking out life insurance i due
to the (low payment or policies by some
poor ana Kruno emsai taiarancc com
panies and by their otrsVtirnes needlessly
contesting fiii icsca. I The following
record however made by the Equitable
Life Assurance society ought to satisfy
any who hesitate: r ', i 1 -'
The proof of Mr. J. J. Partridge'
oeata which occurred September JJtl,
were signed and rnt to the company at
3 o'clock p. m. September 34; the check
forth full amount of policy together
with all premiums paid on th policy,
$1,068.40, n forwarded on th 2lfl,
and oa the 39 was received -by- their
ehrvcr agent, Mr. D. D. Monroe, and on
the earn day banded to Mr. Partridge.
A bank draft could not hav been collec
ted mors promptly. Jonrsboro Leader.
JjaV'trvVW il1 nl
(roreeUat MM a'.' nl. nalnrday
Fair weather 1 winna Keiicraiii
norineriyi aiiKiiiv cooler.
The colored farmers' alliance meets to
Mrs. S. H. Hilliurd is visiting Mrs. W.
The first 'possums of the season are on
Mr. R. M. Kurinnn returned yesterday
Irom Macon court.
Hcttie Hcrnard Chase in "Uncle's Dar
ling" at the Grand opera house to-night.
The reception at the Y. M. C. A. to
night is for men only. It promises to be
a very enioyubie attair.
In round num!)crs the street railway
carried in July, 80,000, in August, DO,
0U0, und in Septeinlier, 79,000 passen
gers. Mr. and Mrs. las. P. Sawver. Mrs. W.
11. Penland nnd Miss Mary I'cnlnnd lelt
to-day lor New York to be gone ten
Hcttie Bernard Chase will play "Uncle's
Darling at the matinee to-morrow at
2.80 p. tn. The prices for admission will
be 25 and 50 cents.
The regular weekly meeting of the
hoard of 'aldermen will lie held to-night
In the absence of Mayor Wanton City
Clerk Miller will preside
Howard Butler, colored, was
iail recently for selling whiskey.
uished a $200 bond yesterday and was
discharged Irom custody.
W. C. Sams, died at hishomeonRcems
creek yesterday afternoon. He was 3d
vear. ot age and leaves a wife and two
children. Mr. Sams was u farmer.
The new electric light ccimjiany hail
fourteen lights burning lust night. Mr.
Knss, siiK-riiitvmlcnlol construction snvs
lie will have six more ready to-night.
Thev will be on Southside avenue.
The Ashevillc Park, Hotel and 1m
pro vemeiit company is grading for a drive,
Irom tlie top of the mountain behind the
lliichanan proticrty to the city. The
work has been mistaken by many for
preparations tor a railroad.
The democrats of the west ward will
meet nl the court house to-morrow
night at 8 o'clock for the purpose of or
ganizing a young men's democratic club.
All democratic voters Irom the west ward
are requested to be present ut this meet
lidwnrd Jackson was before acting
Mayor Miller this morning charged with
iK-iiig drunk nnd carrying a pistol. Hi
was lined $5 lor the first otfence and $10
lor the second. J. 1. 1 avlor, urunk, was
lined $5. hdwnrd Komaine, drunk
lulled to appear and forfeited $5 bond.
The young men's democratic club holds
its regular meeting at the court house tt -
night at H o clock. I lie meeting nigni
has Ik-cii changed from Tuesday to l'n
lay. Mr.Jas. S. Adams will address tin
club to-night. Il is exiiecinlly desired
Unit every uicmlicr ol l lie registration
ciiiiimittce shall be present.
There Any One Here That
SwannaniiH : F. Fred Wnyforth, Bnl-
limorv; Henry G. Wright, S. C; Kusscll
I1. Cooke, D. C. Towiisend, N. Y.i G. M.
lirillilh, Philadelphia; C. W. Selph, Chi
(ruin Central: T. T. Adams, Green
ville, Tcnu.; W. 1). Hill, K. Hi D. K. K.; A
S. Ilrvsou and W. K. Burnett, Franklin;
vV. A. linloe. Webster; F. T. Hyatt, J. K
11 vutt and . W. II. Edwards, Waynes-
ville: ci. r. lolau, Covington, Ky.; 1
Mann. Ilaltiinorr; F. K 11 1 ledge and John
I-'. Malonev, N. C; C. A. Lowery, Tcnn.;
Frank Culliurt, Annie Whitney John Cns-
mhIv. John Armstrong, Hurry Kuuy
Frank Connor, Wm. tirobt, Mnlel Pearl,
Heme Bernard Chase Co.
Glen Kuck : 0. P. Greer, Greenville, S.
C; Z. B. Vance. U. S. army ; Y. F. Fosser,
Providence, K. I.; J. A. Sronce and wile,
llemntt, Mo.; Dr. H. B. Cwbnnks, At.
lanta, Ga.; M. I). Brctton and wife, Mor
ganton, N. C; Mr. Duckworth, Morgan
ton, N. C; Mrs. F.Joseph, Miss B. Mur
ihy, Miss Katie Dun, Montgomery ;
Mrs. llH-ke, Morgnnton, N. C; C. M.
Malldrn, I'nion, S. C.i T. J. Adams,
Greenville, S. C; T. Kehbrv, Sandusky,
Ohio; G. II. P. Cole, Hemlcrsonvillc, N.
C.;J. B. Gregg, PhilRdclphia, Pa.; L. V
Wilcox, Saluda. N. C; F. L. Snnford
Marion, N. C; E. W. Merrett, Green
Clark, Skowhegan, Mich.; J. Kaswold,
Montgomery, Ala.; J. G. Garnett, Round
Knoli, .V C; J. r, Muloncy, Henderson
ville. X. C.
Momelhlnsl Knllrely Mew."
The Little Jewel Lump, made of nickel
hall the sixe of an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. You are sure to buv
one on sight. At Law's, on South Main
street. Agents wanted.
HrThe finest stock ever exhibited in
our city will Iw displayed October 2 and
3 al tile Crystal I'alace.
Thau W. Thrash tit Co.
41 Patlon avenue
sep:iod4t. I'ndcr Grand Opera House.
For sale one vacant lot in Western
part ol the city, near the cotton factory,
Apply to W. M. Jam vis,
ut llearden, Kankin & Co.' or to C. G,
Dcrr, Stanley' Creek, N. C.
MrThnt Little Jewel lamp is on sale,
rcrv low nt tne Crystal I'alace.
41 Pntton avenue,
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several dny ago on one nl ou
most important trunk line. Nobody
hurt but all the baggage except the
Koiicr-irsy irunx was smusneo up.
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made by II.
W. Koundtrec & Bros., Richmond, Va.
MuMr. P. R. Mclntvre, who I well
known for his superior workmanship,
and Mr. C. K. Moody, who sell the very
best brands of Portland cement, have as
sociated themselves to make a pecialty
of laying concrete sidewalks and are pre
pared to take contract to no such work
in inv very oral manner, umcr av riv
ton avenue, telephone 40 and 73.
A Mew Road lo Mllaa.
If you are wis and wish to become
ncaitny and wealthy also, yon will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour; be
en lit the Ashevillc Milting Company'
nour 1 not only tne nest Dot tnecneanest.
HsTLook out for the opening day Oc-
ln tf. -J ,nn x at IM 1 rwa. I u. VnM
at sure to oe pleased.
THAD W. THIASH t CO.
Under Orand Opera Hon,
Or. D Fs Arrington
Pllllne teetk a snMlali. atos natla ill.
eaata mm, aad all dlaraaM avrtalalnf to
th dmtal stracturt, (iffln rooms na Pat-
Ion avtasw, ever Harsor aaiitk's diu
ftinana- .MM .iL i ,
ACOMMl'MICATIOM FROM T. W,
A aialeraent ol the Old Company
Position with Reference to That
700 Offer A Partial Reply to
Editor The Citizkn: "Lt Rot est
mart vive le Koi" is a sentiment which I
have heard Americanized into "Kick the
fellow that you believe to be down," and
evidently it is the ruling principle of vour
eminent and uttractiveyoimglocnleditor
whea he writes, as he did on yesterday;
"City Clerk Miller went to the officials
of the bid company to-day to make ar
rangements for thnt company to furnish
lights until the new plant is finished, but
thev placed their price at $700 per
month, or just twice what the city has
been paying and the arrangements were
not made. The new company will fur
nish lights as soon as possible."
When your local grows in age nnd in
grace he may find that the "best policy"
requires a statement of facts rather than
mere fancy. 1 can imagine nothing far
ther from fact than his effusion above
Mr. Miller said distinctly he did not
call officially when he met a minority ol
the board ol directors ol the "old com
pany." I was oneof those directors, and
said that we had received a proposal
Irom Mr. W. W. Bnrnnrd that wc should
extend our contract lorn short time al
$700 per month. Thut il had lecii de
clined for the reason that arrangements
had already been mnde to change our
machinery, and we saw no reason win
we sliouhl inconvenience ourselves to
help our opponents out of their trouble.
That I had always been anxious to pre
vent the town being in darkness, and
that I supposed our board would do
much for the city, nnd to snvc ourselves
as citizens the intense inconvenience 01
dark and muddy streets, such as wc had
last night, nnd may expect for some time
to come, which we would not consider
at all, if suggested by our opponents, nno
1 took occasion to say distinctly that a
majority uf our lamrd were nut disposed
to accept any temporary contract.
In this perfectly unofficial interview,
we suggested thai if the ab.-urd claim ol
the new company, thnt thev had com
plied with this contract by running 11
wire to the square, was treated as we
had no doubt 11 would Ik' bv an honest
board of aldermen, we were rendv to
renew our contract w ith the city for a
reasonable time 011 present terms, but it
the city asked us to continue tor only u
short time, thus enabling our opponents
incomplete their arrangements, we might
consider il upon the terms which hud al
ready liecn offered by Mr. Bin nai d anil
declined by us ; which we would do ns
an accommodation to the city, and not
to our opponents, and knowing thnt the
city would be protected, which hud been
required from the new company, und
would suffer 110 loss from the increased
charge for such temporary service.
Surely your local man lias room 10 im
prove his guessing qualities.
1 agree fullv with your editoriul sug
gestion, that lile is too short to enter
UHin a discussion ol the merits ot pole or
tower liuhts: and will only reulv to Mr.
Atkiu, that his newly acquired opinion I
would nave occn 01 more service 10 me
cilv, if he had presented it to the board 01
aldermen bclore ine bias were asKca;
and I protest, that it either of the com
(icting parties are to be released from an
imiiortant and costly part of their con
tract, the benefit of such release should
insure to the city, nnd not be left in the
pockets of the contractors.
T. W. Patton.
Injustice to the local editor of Tin:
Citizkn, it should be stated that city
Clerk Miller says he wn correctly re
ported by yesterday' Citizkn in .its nc
countofbis visit to the officers of the
old company, except it should have hcci
stated that the old company thought
the bills should be paid by the new com
pany, not by the city. Kit. Citizkn.
Index lo Mew Advcrtlacnieute.
Tn Loam Ii. a. Wntton.
Fob Kknt 11. 8. Wutaon.
Pol'NM No 17 Nnrih Mnln Street.
Hall's Haps Prritrrt k Kutlciluc
91000 to limn on gooil eltv profwrtv. at
a prr cent inured l H. VVATSON.
uctadtf Krai Batatc Agent.
A sum .if money returned by Hivlng for
oeiadJt NO 17 NORTH MAIN T.
A nlcrly famUlicd honr, corner Mrrrlmon
mrrnuc and C best nut irert. Fur term ap
ply to i H. WAT HON,
ocinritr Real Kstnte Affcnt.
Hc wlr tn-dny H In mad now to defer.'
What rvcry h'tunc hould have, and that la a
Koird aafr. Ilall'a ante and !ot-k Com pan
hnvc rrvrntly manufactured a am nil hounr
l They are aelltnir very fast la many rt
Itea It in hardly nrcepimry tn aeali of the
Importance of a hnuc wife. Ilnw often peo
ple leave their nilver. Jewel and Important
fiapera cipuard to Are. mhliera and unrella
ileaervaniH, when by a little money welljent
on one of theae Kitfen they could make them
rlvca aerure. Thin anfe I c prr wily matle for
the wanta of the many nt a price within the
meant of all. if you want one I will supply
yon. PKKIHtMKK HI'TLKIK..,,
octAdnt .IH I'attou Ave., Ashevillc.
A Child's Hat. TantiehnHat TheCltlsen
office by fwylng Tor this advertisement,
A five room cottage, nlrrly rurniahril, near
invsirrri earimria ariiKDliui winter luca
tlua. Will rent inr six m'nths. Apply at
A7 PRBNCH DKOAD AVUN0U.
Two-third Inttmt In a ffnod paylna hual
ocm in Aancvmc, a,uuu cam rvcjiitrra.
wptSTdtf Car c itlata Office.
Fnrnlthcd hnum to rent, 7a Bailer utreet
Atltireaa rldx "J,"
tptaTdlw Aaherllle, N. C.
aahnrhan rvaldenca, one mile from city on
Mrrrlmon avenne rnari, handanmelv and
completclT fumlehed and tqalpoed ; ei'qaUltc
Tlewl catenalye arounila: two fre.h Irrwv
co a a t winter anlen i horara and vehlelea If
dealrea. I'oaaraon alven lat of Novemlier.
Owner occupying In aumnv-r only would
make permanent arranxcincnt with party
uennni m w mi nminn.. Ann I mm
etlidlm P, O. LOCK BOX 88a.
Oold, mirer, leory, Oak, OIK aad Combt-
aatloa Mouldlnn. AIM Room Moulding.
Plctare Matted, Mounted aad Framed at
lowett price aad work guaranteed. Bngrar.
lag. Painting aad Local View alwayi oa
ta . Main St., Ahellle.
But Undtti'i Cinlde Book
to W M. C Piico aj ct
... Saga , hi H' M wri li , m. V. f , a. . , . ..I'l' ' I 4. aM.V-'
THE NEW HOUSE LMDS.
OF - NECESSITY - IT - MUST.
IinplicitcoiifldtmwmuHtbo ncfordctl itgi iiHHortioiiH for t-li
:iroof. 0vervhplinin? proofs daily cntcli the eyo and pour
their irresistible attractions before the wondering nmlti
tude. Last week the people raved over our wand open
ing nnd we were the recipients of ninny Hat terintf congrat
ulations of success nt homo and n broad. Many new ar
rivals which were too late for our oix'ninjr now in. the sm
eial low price sale continues for another week. Plush
Wraps, Furs, .Jackets and Mazers for
FALL AND WINTER WEAR
lust received. I'pwnrds of six hundred gjirineiits to sehi-t
from. All Into styles and direct from first hands. No hand
ful of stuff here. We are doing the business. The people
are tired of ton-cent stores. They patronize our house be
cause we keep everything in our line at correct prices, and
are served by able, experienced assistants. We guarantee
prices against New York's largest establishments and war
rant every article sold over our counters. Low uniform
prices to all. The highest standard of goods. Correct
late styles. Liberal terms, and a stock complete. That
is the bid we make for patronage.
Ladies desirous of having their Hats for Sunday must
leave their orders early in the wii'k, as that department is
already crowded with orders. I'pwardsof
FOUR THOUSAND HATS
and the h'nest collection of trimmings to select from. Only
the best trimmer) employed here. Satisfaction guaran
teed in every respect. Hushed with customers, pressed
with trade. Our rule lives and illumines our course. Po
liteness and courtesy to all. whether purchasers or not.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Pry (ioods, Millinery and Carpets.
BALLARD. RIGH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, Gal AN STEAM FITTING, 8LATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8IZK8 FOR FAMILY
AND IIDTIiL I'NK.
Guaranteed lo be Urrm Proof.
ALL HIKS KBPT IN MTISCK.
A VISIT THAT HILL INTEREST1 II.
GRAND OPENING OF FINE
Thursday and Fridny, Oci. ad and 3d.
All purchnHwl in NVw York l.v Mr. ThniHh. Aftorn wti'k'H
delay in tho fif ightH. on hiHt .M(iiili.vveution(liHl2"ihinvy
cuhph (many of which wi-iv orininnl import pnckK0H) in our
openinrr room, filled with tliHi lioicerit nnd luteHt, Bt-ylcHof
fine imported Pottery, (SIhhh. Vhwoh, DoIIh, &c. We am now
buHy with four clerkn unloading thew ciihoh, making ready
for the display. More yt to i-ome. Wo will have in atriior't
time one 01 liilison's lnt'Ht improved Talking DoIIh, and
will notify you on its arrival to come and Bee it, Hiiocially
the ladien and children. In our
we secured a' quantity of the Little Jewel Lamps, the Intent
thing out, bought direct from factory, and our price Bells
it at sight. It is now on exhibition.
Just what AHhi'ville needed nnntlior rh
hero. The largest stock, the InteHt designs, largest corps
of clerks (ladies nnd gentlemen). Conveniently located.
Help us and we will soon reach tho climax. Do not forget
the opening days. 'We are always glad to welcome you.
41 Patton Avenue,
- j . , hlmM. , t J " J i . M.tf. p - fry
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
FOH HA LB
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TKLBIMIONH NO. 411.
Yard nnil WarrhouK near IKihiI. Tele
POTTERY AND GLASS AT THE
THRASH & CO.,
under Grand Opera House.
" - fJ . if . .a - jffg ,t jf , tf
ICE RATES FOR
in quantltle. not lea. than one ton at factory ., 0c. per hundred.
In uuantltle. not lca than one half ton nt factory.,.., oc-
ami pound., 3D ticket., 10 pound, each "
700 11 M " KB " g
TS0 " Id ' BO ' g"
1000 " 10 " 100 " " 0 00
Ticket. In dollar packitRc. and anv quoniltr of ice may be obtained from driver, and at
our olticc for ra.h or tickt u.
Ashevillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Ptton Avenue.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For .ale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVIIXE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Uaclu.ivr Atfrnu itlumeatlc and 8tea.il lor Wratcrn North CaroHna.
I am ready to show you the new Bhajies in Full Neckwear
in exquisite and exclusive designs. Also now in stock tho
new blocks in hats for the season in "Youmnn's," Miller and
Diinlap shapes. A full line of Men's Fine Hand Made
Shoes, in French Calf Falent Leather, &c &c, of the cele
brated make of Hathaway, tioulo and Harrington. My
!f:.)0 Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair warrranted. E. MITCHEIX,
Men's Outfitter. 28 I'atton Avo.
L1IWI8 MAUIH'X. I'm
. Mcl.ol'l, Vlce-I'rc.
UiiCTon:-Lewl. Maddux, M.I. Bcarden.
8. H. Kccd. Uco. B. HokcII, C.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
l)rK.in:cd May let, 1H8H.
CAPITAL. .$50,000. SURPLUS. $20,000
(Mate, County and City Deponltory.
Hue. a Ocneral llankinu Bn.loeM. t)eKMlta rwrlTed. Bichanjre bonaht and wld. Col
lection, made on all accclble point.. The Sarin Feature will recdee auccinl attention.
On all nin in thia department, depoalted for four month, or longer. In tercet at the rau
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention aiven to loan, on real estate, which will be plarrd for Ion time oa rea
Open Irom U a m. to 8 p. m. On Saturday the Saeina Department win be open till p. m
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
AIVWATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Prcmiaca.
Twenty-nee year, ol practical e.perirnce, combined with MKtoKAL attention to all dr
tail, ot the bu.inc and perfect amunccment. for CLKtNLia.M and rt'UlTr of all (ood.
manulacturrd, enable the proprietor to prreeni to hi. numerou. patron, a superior class of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and allthe various aarors ol OIAWATBK ready for shipment and drtleen n
free in City limit. Out of town order, must have ssaroNiiBLi reference.
C. H. CAMPRI--I.1..
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HONORED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and Growlngr Mountain Rcaort,
(Near Ashrvillc, N. C, and nrijoiiiiiiK the Vnndrrliilt Estate.)
Vour rhiilce of nny lot In the pint nr loo. Von get a Wairnntr Ik-etl
Itllle erfectl an i a receipt for BliMt. with ten cnuMins attached, each cou
pon fur 111 These ciuN,ns are giHMl for flOearh in payment lot board at
anv of the hotels in Hkyland.
IIiitki. Ht Amu mi oH-n now. I
II11TKI. IIonxvcskkt iH-n now J Kmc from 3li to o per month.
Pavilion lioi'HK-licfnir built )
Th, .c coupon. nrrKoil for three years from their date and aretranalerahle.
TlK-rt-forr. iou imv fioofor your choice of a beautiful hul'illng l"l;ou
get the full) all back in bonrd ; tou h .vc three yinr. to do so in : you can
sill the ioiiM s to wm one ele if ,011 do not nc them ; and at or before tbt
eml ol three years your lot will lie worth from 3iHI to SHOO or more.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Take Train Out al 9.10 A. Vara as C'enla Or Drlva Moanh a Ml Ira.
I'Klili. KI TI ItlH'.U. City Agent. 2 Patton Ave.
HOTELS ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight mile South of Aahcvllle, on the A. at tt. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, Beat tennis aad croquet lawn.,
48 MTNERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum. Magnesia, Iron and Bpsom. Those seeking health and (Measure and
select society will not fail to visit this pleasant resort aad drink of It healing, waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
Ashewllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer ana Dealer la all kind, af Derated
Door, Saab, Bllnda, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Soeciultv.
nov 14 die
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for iU Purity.
We deliver to all paru of the city onr owa Bottling Biport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
al'umeJT' TMhTTH Al)BVl'wX?bKOM,',," -M
V WINE AND . LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATE. ' ' "
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.,
1. 4. a,q. a,,vr. I NO. 3 $. MAIN STN isHEVILLE. N. C
"FOR BALB BY-
Aahevllle, N. C.
Dealers In wall laper, window Shades and Patent Hangers,
Palat. (Ml aaeTaralaeMa, Maawy. Mined
Ws bee la stawk at. Lvulaaad KeateMhy
. B. KANKIN, Cashier
M.J. Pagie, J. B, Kanmn.J. e. aay, j. u. Kecd
Near Paaacoarer Depot.
& TILE CQMPAIIY,
P.' 6. ,Bocx 426.
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Paint, and Color,
Window Ola, bott