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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
U. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Nm About ANlievllliHMN and ol
MlrHiiucm Wltliiu our uultrN.
J. W. Killer rcpicst-uls Allautu ut tlic
There were 1 Jo arrivals at the piinei
pal hotels yesterday.
V. J. Snider ami wile, of South Caro
lina, are at the iilen Kek.
. Miss Charme lirovuiv, of Ciiivimmli, is
visitiny Miss Mayme Hunt.
Miss Willaril will livture at 0Kta Hall
tu-niht on "Sneiul l'uritv-."
The regular weekly nicvtiii); of the city
council will he helU tu-iiifjlit.
Mareus Alhriyhl, of Mai slielil, 0., is
reKislered at the Swuiiiianoa.
St. lulian Kavenel, of Atlanta, I'm., is
registered at the llattery I'ark.
I'. II. llusliee anil Miss IIiisIki, of Kal
eifjh, are jjiusis of the Hattery i'ark,
lr. T. S. Hopkins, of Thouiasville, da.,
is at the Haiti ry I'ark lor a short while.
Ir. S. V. liatllc has I wen called to
L'iiiiiIrtIuiiiI l'iap on professional biisi
less, Mrs. Helen Turner and Miss l.orcttn
Turner, ol New Orleans, are at the Glen
II. II. I.you and Mrs. T. A. Lyon, ol
Louisville, are quests of the llattery
J. rcrulianh, Mrs. M. J, liverly ami
Miss Anna Kverly , of Urrville, Va., arc at
the Grand Central.
Miss Ida lluehanaii, of Charlotte, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. V. 1'. Elliott, ol.
The first regular l'riday uilil genual,
of the season w ill Ije uiviu at the liat
tery I'ark lo-uiyht.
Miss llciiuic l.nllxlur. w ho has lieci.
visiting friends in this city, left to-day
lor her home in kockiiiliam.
Mrs. M. V.. Weyuioiiih and sou aim
Miss Weymouth, of Aurora, III., haw
rooms at the Grand Central.
Marv Roger was liclorc Acting Mavoi
Miller vvsicrday allernoon, charged with
ipiarreliug. She was discharged.
Mr. II. M. Iny is entitled to the piii
of hi at I'. I., Mitchell's for the nearest
guess to the population of Asheville, his
guess being Io.iin (..
Mrs. C. C. ColViv, of Meriiliau, Miss.,
is among the arrivals at the llattery
I'ark. She eainc yesterday and will
sa.-inl the summer here.
In its report of the North Caroliun
Press Association's first session the lur
Iiiiiii Sun S-iiks higlilyof Col. J. 1). Cam
eron's piiier, which was read yesterday.
The weekly shooting of the Asheville
rille cluli vesterday resulted in a tie. I r.
S. V. Ilattle ami 1. A. Fanning both
made s:i out of I no. The lie will Ik; de
cided this afternoon.
The Knights of I'ylhias and t'nilornicd
Hank will give an entertainment at the
I'nrmiTS' warehouse August 11 and 1.1.
for the purpose ol raising funds for fur
nishing their hull.
A party from New Orleans nrrived last
night ami have rooms at the Grand Cen
tral, They are Mrs. John Henderson,
Geo. A. Henderson, Misses Clara, Jolitiav
and Cora Henderson and Miss Mattie
W. K. Kogers, charged with drunk nml
disorderly, failed to apicar in the May
or's court this morning and forkiu.il $.
bond. Hud llrulon, a colored boy, was
fined $1 for annulling Charlie Forney,
a boy smaller than himself.
W. II. Khi (i, u popular paier hanger,
working for l-'iuptitrick llros., and Miss
Minnie Flowers, of Imwsonville, Va.,
were married at the latter place yester
day. The pair will visit relatives in
Greenville and Kaoxville for two weeks
und will come to Asheville, where they
Locnl MliilHlcrH' Conference.
KrniiiKi okdton, July m.
The talxriiaclc nieetiug mid local mill
istcrs' conference li in active session nl
Rutherford. Dr. K. II. Wliitukcr, presi
dent, ii in the diuir and nuikei a pleas
ant n nd energetic presiding officer. Tues
day wut tuken up with the regular con
ference exercises Iroin 'J to 1 1 a. m. Sun
riic meeting preaching at 8 and 11
a.m.; from II to S p.m. Song service
intcrspercd with addresses. Arthur I..
llutt came on the grounds mine days in
advance and organized an evangelistic
choir, lie ha. about 100 voice and is
the great attraction of the tabernacle
meeting. At night he exhibited in the
church his Great Revelation I'nnornma
to a large audience. The serniom, ad
dresses, and other exercises are all of spe
cial interest and calculated to do great
WTr. A. T. Porter lectures in the Y.
M. C. A. hall to-night on "Palestine and
the Bast," the proceeds to go to the hos
pital. Dr. 1'orter has just returned from
abroad, and his lecture promises to be of
grcut lutcrcst ana vuiuo.
i i lit
MRS. WELLS' LECTURE AT
Her Keceptlans at Different Parts
of the Country A cMory of
Heunlor JoueH of Ne
Mrs. Wells, national organizer of the
W. C. T. I', made an interesting talk at
the opera hall lust night, to a good sized
audience. Her subject was "Across the
Continent." She began by telling of her
cxiicrieucc at Wilmington, in this State,
and spoke in the highest terms of the
work done there by Mrs. Pearson, wile
of the evangelist. From there she went
to Norfolk, Va, In speaking of that
place she said : I went to the Soldiers'
Hume, at Norfolk, and found that the
Tnited Stales government furnislicstpiun
tilies of liccr to the inmates of the home,
every mouth. Congress sends it there,
but who pays for it ? The soldiers use
their pension money to pay for it. From
there we went to the Lee Confederate
Home, in Richmond. 1 knell by the side
of one soldier who had lost some of his
limbs and lie whispered to me that the
home had been so much more pleasant
since the women, the while ribbons, hail
liceu coining to it. I said to myself, here
is w here the women control things and
there (at Norfolk I where the government
does. There is drink there and none here.
1 went on to the convention at Chicago.
All the way, in the noise of the train, I
could hear a low voice crying, the prohi
bition of the liipior traffic, lu Chicago 1
could hear it in the noise and bustle on
From Chicago I went to Texas, and all
the way, I could hear the same thing.
In Texas a man spoke to me and said he
wished for the times of his mother, when
women never thought to sieak in public.
He said he was afraid ol the movement
of the women in this day. I told him that
if the women had stood twentv-five years
ago where they stand now we would not
even rcincmlier about the liiuor traffic.
This man was a congressman, mid he
said that the only sensible piece of legis
lation that had been done on the ues
tiou was the law for scientific instruction
on it in schools. He said the man who
introduced that ought to be canonized
and was surprised w hen I told him that
a woman was responsible for it. He
would hardly believe me. I went to San
Antonio, and from there on over into
New Mexico and Arizona.
Stopping at .Itislicc, the greatest min
ing place in the world, where there are
so many foreigners, mostly of the lower
classes, I wondered how I could do unv
cood there. I was not a pioneer worker
and my iieart almost luiltil me, but the 1 f
women in the low u induced me to scak.
The men came in, cleanly shaven unit
neat, and I talked to them of home and
what they had left In-hind them. Tears
came to their eyes as they reineniliered
the women they loved licst. When
through, I said, "I wish we could organ
ize a W, C. T. I'.," when one of the men
from the back of the audience rose up
and said, "Why can't you?" We did,
and a collection was taken up. Those
men gave $.",". 7.", and I think it was be
cause thev had had a woman to talk to
them. A miiiilier of them signed the
pledge, and I have recently heard that
four of the bar rooms in Ilisbee have had
to close because of w ant of patronage.
I went to Tucson, Ari., from Uisbce
and loiiiul the W. C. T. ('. of that place
had a mission among the Mexicans. I
next stopiwd at Yuma, where, some
traveler has said, the gates of inferno arc
located. It was certainly very hot. I
found the Indians selling their wares on
the streets, and to those pusscrshy who
looked like Catholics they would cross
themselves, and to others would say
that they were Christians. It was done
for the purHKC of selling their goods,
and at Pasadena the W. C. T. I'. had a
convention in session, I wondered if
there was ever anything like it. I had
just left conventions at Asheville, Chi
cago and Texas and here was one at
In Sun Diego I found some white rib-
Ixniers, but also found some women that
were not. They would laugh at those
who did wear the white ribbons, nnd
would drink wine with their sons. From
Sun Diego I went one hundred miles
above San Francisco. In all towns
while ribbons were to Ik found. One
thing I noticed in California wns the ab
sence of obscene pictures nnd show cards
displayed. I found that there was a law
in the Stale that forbids the printing or
even writing of obscene pictures or liter
ature, und the offence is punishable by
tine and imprisonment. The women did
this. They went to the legislature nnd
took the members unawares. They got
them to thinking their way and the bill
wns a luw before they knew it.
From Snn Francisco I went to Pacific
Grove. This is the only place in Califor
nia where alcohol is not tolerated in any
shape or form. If a man tries to carry
an originnl package in there he is not al
lowed to do so. The bruvest women I
ever saw are in Nevada. There are but
UllO members of the W. C. T. U. in that
State and yet they have a law like Cali
fornia's against indecent literature and
also a law for scientific instruction in
schools. They were trying to get a law
for woman's suffrage when I was there.
The convention was in session then and
on the second day of July a woman came
running breathlessly in the room and
said that the brewers were going to fur
nish free beer and that the saloon kcciers
would be in the procession on the fourth.
The women determined to stop that.
They first went to the firemen and got
them to promise to stay out of the pro
cession if the saloon keepers were in it.
Next they went to the soldiers and
I said they would not do a thing for
the procession and would not go in it if
saloon keepers marched and free beer
was furnished. The women promised to
get a big dinner ready if the soldiers
would refuse to march and they did so.
The saloon kceiicrs didn't march,
Tom Jones, a senator from that stale
was to Scuk, He was called the "silver
tongued" orator and he is a smart man.
One time he left his wile and children in a
depot, telling them he would lie back
soon. He did not come, and his wife
went to a hotel. There she found him
with n woman she hnd never seen. He
went off with the other woman unci mar
ried her, and his wife has not seen him
since. The ladies asked me if I wanted
to meet him and his wife. 1 declined. 1
would not meet a man with such a record
as that. 1 was to sjieak for u few minutes
just before he did and when I said that
the time has come when pure manhood
must wulk side by side with pure woman
hood, nil over the union, he seemed to be
frightened ns if he wus meant.
Wccnmc across the mountains, and
were delayed for forty-eight hours by
burning snow-sheds. While waiting,
both the Indies and the gentlemen on the
sleeper drank wine, and one young inaii,
who was travelling with his mother ami
young wife, became drunk. 1 remarked
to his mother that I would not have the
responsibility that rests on her shoulders
for the drunkenness of her boy and told
her that the time would come when he
would say "my mother did it."
The devotional exercises were conduc
ted by Mrs. II. II. Kills, who 'rend the
1 2th chapter of Romans. It was follow
ed by prayer.
Miss Gordon's half hour was filled by n
general discussion on the best means ol
holding the older boys in loyal temper
mice legions. Miss Gordon rather de
precated a military drill for llicni as
there is n K'acc and arbitration depart
ment in the W. C. T. I'. whose sinvial
work is to discourage a thirst for blooil
shed. The power of music, cheei lul en
tertainment, and (lowers were mentioned
,-ib efficient agents, with school work in
directly intersersed amid the brightness.
Miss Guernsey has prepared, at the W.
T. P. A. a scries of Icesons for senior
classes .vliich are valuable aids to teach
ers. Especially set the boys to doing
something for others. The general sen
timent of the assembly was for making
use of the military drill liccuusc it is in
the nature of a boy to like to parade, but
teach the boy that there is no need that
a soldier should kill anybody, but turn
his warlike instincts against the powers
Miss Fnniiic Griffin, of Alabama, a
national organizer. Rev. Dr. Webb, ol
Savannah, t'n., Mr. Fitch Taylor, in
Asheville, and Mrs. lillcn Murray, who
have organized a Loval Tcniicraiicc Le
gion nt lleaufort, S. C, of l.iiini mem-ln-rs,
also an original crusader, Mr.
Ray, Dr. Win. J. Young, of South Caro
lina, and Mr. Morrison, president ol Un
voting Men's Christian Association were
introduced to the Assembly.
Dean Wright filled his hour with great
profit and entertainment to bis hearers
in continuance of the Scientific Method of
A very interesting hour was filled by
Miss Willurd and Mrs. Woody in the
conduct of a Parliamentary Drill which
grows in favor daily.
Miss Griffin wascalkd to the platform
in a short talk on Parlor Meetings, The
main point in these social meetings, she
said, is not to exhaust nil our power ol
entertainment in one meeting. Sometimes
women can be collected only in u reputa
ble parlor for a meeting for ladies only,
been use some women arc very timid nliout
yankee fnnntneism nnd (Hilitics. Miss
Griffin said we had been in xlitics ever
since we knitted socks nnd sewed on but
tons nnd made flags for the soldiers; and
the argument seems to fuil when yankee
capitalists come down with a Hickcifu!
of dollars to buy southern land and to
establish factories. Miss Griffin was very
spirited and humorous in her rcmarksand
brought out much applause.
Miss Willnrd will lecture in the ojieni
hnll to-night on Social Purity, and in the
Methodist church Sunday night on
"Whnt think ye of Christ."
Miss Griffin will address the public on
Lord Roselierry possesses most of the
pajicrsol XI unit, the French revolutionist.
General von Moltkc has broken his
long silence by coming out in favor of
Sir Morcll Mackenzie devotes more
than fourteen hours each day lo his pro
Mrs. Ivmmn I'. F.wiug in n livture re
cently declared that good lood was in
disicnsablc to piety,
A son of Judge James M. Schuckclford
of Indinnu is said to have recently mar
ried a Cherokee woman.
Mine. Modjeskn recently said that she
couiu not aiinru 10 get Hiigry, as to lose
one's temper is to lose one's beauty.
Years ago Mr. Gladstone made up his
mind not to travel on Sunday, and he
has not yet broken his determination.
Though she be a mathematical prize
winner, Miss I'owcett is said to lie a
lover of novels. Dozens of these luniks
are on the shelves in her study ut Ncwn
hum. A woman known as the White pueen
owns a goodly part of the island of New
llritain, in the Southern Pacific ocean.
Her real name is Mrs. Emma Forsythc.
A marble palace is bcin built at I-c-nox
Mass., at a cost of $500,000, by
George Westinghouse. A mnrblc build
ing adjoining it will contain an electric
The reputation oflicing ns kind ns she
is rich is enjoyed by Mme. Furtndo-Hcinc
She hns the most distinguished Isrnclile
ish salon in Paris, after those of the
WTAmong the members of a recent
State legislature thirty-six hud mutrieii
Intcd iu Trinity College. Send for cata
logue. J. P. Crowki.l,
Trinity College. N. C.
IfiTThe Mission Hospital is in need of
funds and Dr. Porter nas kindly consent
ed to aid this worthy institution by lec
turing to-nignt at tiie K. m. .. A. AIU
the hospital and bear a good lecture,
Is either a humbug or it is the best insur
ance in t he world.
Miithcticiaus and statisticians for a
period of more than forty years have
iiuallv concluded that every seventh man
that (lies between the ages of 18 and lio
liisdcnth would bring aclaim that wold lie
valid in a good accident insurance com
pany. Now, if this is truth, accident in
surance is better than lilc insurance und
life insurance is good.
And again according to further Btntis-ti,-u
n ninn in orilinai-v business. lirotCH-
sional, mercantile or otherwise, is about
forty times more liable to receive injury
to his person from accident than he is to
lose In projierty by lire, hence we until
rally conclude that accident insurance is
about twenty-four times better than fire
insurance and the latter is considered
good and a commercial necessity. Now,
il tins importance is allesteii to iiceiueni
insurance, then every educated business
man will lie sure to lake an accident pol
icy, and again, if it is of this great im
portance why not lie very earclul in se
lecting your company und take the liesl.
The undersigned General Agent is at
present in the city looking after the in
terests of his company ami tells the ieo
pie that he is prepared to prove that the
raited States Mutual Accident Associa
tion ,,1't I,.. I'll v ol ev York, is the larg
est, Inst, ehca'iK-si and has the largest
cash assctts ol any company mine worm
doing an exclusive accident insurance
business. Good agents wanted.
I, 11. Hii.i.iakii,
General Southern Agent.
in hiki:hn noticf.h.
An' offered -to purchasers of Table Cut-'
I C .,,,.1 l'.,,..u- nLii 1,1 II Hill
lei turn r- ......
anil decorated Dinner and Tea Si ts and
Chamber Sets, al Law s oil Miuiil .Maui
fft The Mil'ieet ol 'Dr. Porter's livture
t the . XI. C. A. lo-night is "Palestine
and the Cast."
The l'l-rlt-cl Hummer Ketort.
Mountain I'ark lloll-l, Hot
tinrliiUM, N. V.
I .racing iiiniinl.iiu air, I icuutilul scenery,
health, pleasure, hoiue coinloi ts and the
lnt tal-le in the South. No dust. Pure
.mil abundant waier and ki Iccl sanitary
arrangements. Swimming pool with
bathing suits as at seashore. Milliards,
howling, shooting gallerv, tennis, ball
room, music, and a well eiiiipK-d livery.
The baths are the finest in America mid
the ilieim.d w aters are ail unexcelled spe
cific lor rheumatism, gout, sciatica, ner
vous exhaustion nut! all discuses ot tin
skin and Mood. Resident physician at
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Spring
al "." a. in., !."'. p. in. and 7 p. in. Ivx
elusion tickets including one day's board
al the .Mountain Park Hotel f.."iil.
A Hnd Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ot mil
most important trunk lines. SoImmIi
hurt but all the baggage except the
Koller-Ttay Trunks was smashed up.
Iluy one. Sold by dealers. Made bv II.
vY.'Kound'.rcc S: llros., Richmond, Va.
A Mt'W Klllld lo ItllHH.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will tisi
Roller King or Hlcclric Light Hour; U-
c.iuse the Asheville Milling Company :
llour is lo t 1 1 1 1 v thebcsl bin llicclu.ns st
l ot Kin ;-;.
I'-ou Sll.l-: K.. 'I lli l llli.-e.
I-'. . Sll.l. Uev. .1 A. Ii.nl.
A line lilomli-il M.tiy, k I'ft. lh- ut-nlli- ami
ri-lial.le lor a .Inl.l ! I nil i.rilnve. Also loui
Hinti'l e.-irt, mailt new Appl.v l.i
jiilg.".i:il K., This I lllici-.
A ilesiralili larin m-tir l-'r.-uiMiu. S. C. l-rr
U-rms iiplilv t" Kl'.. I. A I'l. M..
july'J.'nUllivll l-'iaiiUin, X. C.
AKIl IN OH NTKY.
Mr. Carter, tit the iimuIktii eml til' HittiM t
Drive mi lUnvt r liitin, iiii:v fmni Alu-
villi- fimrt hittiM ill lijriiiHh tioiiril iiihI
iUfittiit iHviHiiiiiiiilaiHiiift tur two or itm-i'
IH THOIIM IIUriMU till 111 lilt tl UT1II in nuwiiiu
tilt- rate. AiiiiI.y ul otut lo
Mlt. 1 llOS. ! CAKTIIK.
Julj KWlvodliw t.tnu- 1. u.. N. C.
AUGUST 27, 28 & 29, 1890,
of all the IiiuhIhuhu mul vutimtiU' mirrty
that ha I "Tin iiiKikI hi AIu villi-, mmv I'lim,
paritlilc lo tlic uiilimlu n fun. hi of over unr
IIiiikIiyiI Aitih liviitl and tilnllvltWil Into
the tuoHt U-uuliiul IuIm unit trail, I-Iiik
Tin- lloiili'V.-ml ofUio City,
About nncthml hiin within illy limit nml
the mmiimler in the iharmlitK ulurhun villn
only otn- miU- from Court Hqutire (10 mln
atvA ilrivci ami on I he lH-tiuil mnt popular
drive knilluir to tin- country. Tin re t a lab
yrlnth nf avenue nml tnet bclntf built
throuuh tht'ite jtroumtti umlir the mi)H-rvllon
of one t if thr lini'Bt eiiKlnevr lu tlu- Hoiitti
The lot ami tract will mugc In lfc from 14
acre to ;t to A oi-rc. the larner plat eovrrliiK
nine of the tuoHt iH-nutiful ami plcturefniue
elevnlloti tu la- found In m day' Journey.
Send fur pmt of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
AWIIIIVII.l.lt, N. C.
At Hot Hnrlnif. N. C. an elrirnnt eluht
room In nine; larue lot Iihir.'Iimi tret. Alio
one vm-ant 101 ih-uuiiiui iMiiuitn iu, At
1 i. ii' in 1 in 1 ,i ivn 1 1
Hot HpritiMft, N, C.
An eh-irnnt. hamUomelv furnlnhi-d liouw In
moNt diHirable locution for three month If
urMirrii, i'onct(mon Klvui Aimunt 1. Ap
No. 1, Uwal llloek.
I.firsrp rnnl. nlrv nuimi. Iiinisi noulw hm.
nl'licdi Rood table. Term reitiouablc. on
Nireet ear nuv.
MRU, J. L. HMATIIHNH,
Julyiuddra aiH I 'niton Ave
35 ASIIUVILLU j3
Money advanced on Watchea, Diamond,
and variou. other articles
35 North Main Street. 35
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
StuvcH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AL.L. SlZliti l'OK FAMILY
ANU HOTHL I'SH.
tiunraiilevd to be uerm proof.
A 1.1. Hi MA Kltl'T IN STOCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OP
FRESH - LI M E
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Tlil.lil'IIONli NU. 11.
Wim-hiiune at tiefHit.
I'. (I. Iloi t: I.
C. E. MOODY.
... M. Hiker. Ivory. Onk. r.llt nnd Comlif-
nntion MnuMittuft. AUo Noom MoultllnR-
I'li-tunn Miiltt'd, Mutintnt nnd I'rnmrd nl
Itiwvxt jtritTit nnd wrk Kunrnntml. KiiKrnv
InK. PtintiiiK ! loi-4tl Vicwa ntway on
aa 8. Main St., Asheville
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POUTS,
Knllrond tlvkrtu InmKht, tudtl nnd c
i-hiitiitl. All trnnitacllonii ffunrnntrcd.
C. V. HAY,
Ticket Hrokcr, Oinmnlte Swnnnano Hotel
A Kt'titeh Indy wlhr nituntinn mi nurwerv
ivfmt wi in n ifivatc ftitiilly. ('.nod rrfrr-
cikch. AddtTttM MtlHKH l'l.TTV,
July 'al3-.lt lmHoyinrnt Ofncc.
New houite, newly furnlnhrd; flnt cIhh ta
bic ; motlrrn convrniencm; no ehlldirn.
NO. ti KPKl'CU 8TRUBT.
Real Ktttate Agent,
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST., (A. D. COOPERS STORE.)
Krnl lUtntc Itouuht nnd iwilrl nt putdlc nnd
Iirivnte mile. Kent collrvtrd. I conducted a
(ml Hittatc nnd Auction lmtnen In Chnrlra-
ton, A C, ten yearn, and will itlve ftrompt
niiention 10 an uuHinesi pu in my cnarge,
pUK 8 ALU.
Ktovcn, chnlnt, tiililc. imHr nrunn, ttrdn,
thlicH, nnd nd klnlfl f ho nnr hold lumlturc,
nltto tine row. I'KTI.H r. IIHKUKK.
jnlya-at 37 Houttt HpruiT Ht.
MIan Mnrr C. Reynold. tf Ht, Auuuatlnr,
I'loiiila. la rrnilv to rrvrlve puoilii In Hotnnv
nt her roonm, (M lluilcy atrrct. Teit book a
or anir or rem.
t'hoto Kn t If ry over Uw'i atorr. Ilayt'a
I'ntrnt ahyitKht; imrlnra and piintlnK or
pnrtment; eommtniloui and eaay uf acceaa.
AIMliy IO IIKAKIM.PI, KANKIN 19 i.tP.
Junc4ltf 05 Mouth Main alreet.
OK Kit NT.
The atorr houae No. 41 Houth Main atrcet.
Apply to t. c KNOWN,
Or II. I.. OttlKlBK, 88 Patton Avenue.
Three atory honne, containing twrnty-thrrr
roitma, In one of the moat drairahle lor.itiona
in the city. Muitnme for bonrdinK houae.
I'oaavaalon inven Aujcuat I. Apply to
UalVB M. I 1J fcl L' a
Kenl Itatate nnd I nan ranee. KoomaO and 10,
'JH ratton Avenue, Aanevll t, N. C.
The time for llatlnff taiea la ratridlv draw.
In to a clone, and there are many who have
ao fnr failed to make their return. Let all
remember that all men letween the asea of
ill and no are rrtUiren to liat their polla and
nil men ownlna proierty la thla dty or
townanipon tne iat 01 June, ihwo, are rv
ulred to Hat the aame, and fat liny to do ao
auhlecta them to a double tas and to a proa
ecu t ion for a miademeaanr,
A. T. M'MMBV,
July 10, 100. Tai LUter.
A VIKOINIAN a church wotnan-eiprrl-enced
lu learhing and well reeommeudeil,
de.irr. a .Ituation In arhool or family
Uiialllliatlim., Knnll.h, Latin, Himrh, Mu-ali-
linatrunirnlall. Addreaa, with rrrerence.,
Mlaa It. K. Wbltlock., Tappahannock, Va,
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
I'llllnsr teeth a specialty, alao trratln die
enard num., and all diaraac. pertaining to
the dental .Intcturv. (lAlc. room, on 1'at'
ton avenue, over Kayaor Health's drag
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not lew thnn one ton nt factory 40c. ier hundred.
In quautltle. not Icm tlmn one hnlf ton ut factory 40c. " '-
oihi pounu., on uincM. iu iiuuiiub
700 " !iH " M " "
7BO " 10 " 00 ' "
1OO0 " 10 " 100 " "
No ice will be delivered without cnah or ticket.. Ticket, now on ule nt the ollice of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
For Grate, f5.00.ll
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
l'or aale at Wholcaulc and Ketu.il by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 aud 40
Bxclualve Agents (Uonicatic and Steam tor Western North Carolina.
LliWIS MADDUX, Fm L. P. McLUUU, Vlre-Prc. . B. KANKIN, Caaliicr.
Dissctos.i Lewi. Maddux, M.J. lknrilcn, M.J. Hbkk. J. B. Hankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Rctil
S. H. Kccd, Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Ornanlicd May lit, 1MHH.
State, Couuty laud, City Depottltory.
Doc. a General Danklnv Duainc... Depo.lt. received. UxvbanKe bouKht and .old. Col
lection, made on all arccMllile point. The
Un all .urn. In this department, deposited (or
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Riven to loan, on real eitatc,
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday, the Suvinic Department will beoicntill H p.m.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
317 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY F1L.T1CRKO oil Uic Prciulsct.
Twenty-five yeara of practical cxiiericnce,
tails of the Imsincaa and itcrfcct arrunKcmcnU
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prcacnt
Vichy nnd Seltzer Water in Siphons.
UinKcr Ale and all the vnriou. flavor, of SOUA WATliK rruily for nhiiiiicnt und delivered
free in City limits. Unt of town order, mu.t
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Rooms in Cottages Upon the Grounds With
TA15LE UOAItl) AT HOTEL.
$ia.oo TO $14.00
:P E R WEEK.:
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S, RAILROAD.
- A HOME IN-
A lovely building lot nOxtftl) fret In luidv Krove liy
the Uncut mtncrnl apriiwa in the Kouih nt ti ftno.
A i.uict place, hh, dry, tine vicwa nnd good aiH'iviy.
I'lnce well laid off with w ide atn-cln nil uinin nvcnuca
UHl feet wide. Two hmhI new hotela, dctot, daily
tnntla. etc. Shylnnd Hpriiiw I a new and populnr re
wirt nnd IhiuihI to Krow. Iluy now for a cottitgc tir
a nn invratutrnt.
Tralna knve Aaheville at 0.10 a. m. and return at 7
p. m.UG cents.
feht 1 dflm
SKVLANO MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Klght Silica South of AMhcvlllc, on the A. & S. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottaue., new furniture, btnulllul Krove., neat tcnnl. and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
Whit Mulihur, Alum, Mnunrala, Iron anil llmim, ThiMe aet-kinH henlth and ph-naure nml
elect aockty will not fail, lo vl.ll tki. pkaauut rewrt and drink of It. Iiculing water..
aprd dtf Manaif er.
Aabevlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMEIJS WOOD WORKING CO.,
MatnsafsarlMfwr anil llsitlvra in atM blntla .r I to.
Door, Sash, Blind, AIouldliiKS), Stalrwork, MautcU, Bauk
and Bar Fixture, and all klnda or Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work u Specialty.
nn, ldlv Tlphaiia No. ,
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, hut we are Here to Sell Uood andiare
Going- to Sell Tlicm.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
W have Straw Hats 1 cent to 00 cenU each. Splendid line of Shoe, cheaper than an
ther houae ci then. Nln and Ten Uuartcr Shirting by the caae. I'rinU, Olnghams,
Ac, Ac, at aajr pries jos would Hk them. Some all Silk Dim (lood. 10 cents per yard.
Would .ay mora bat this will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. IIOWBI.L, Managw.
Al old staad, 1st door below Praalmaa Co.'. Hardware Stors.
CASH WITH ORDER
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
For Stoves, 94.50.
Saving feature will receive .ikcIhI attention.
four montb. or lonKvr, IntcrcMt at the rate
which will be placid for Ions, time on real
comblnctl with i-khminau attention to all dc
for clkanlinkhr nnd iimitv of nil k(""Ih
to hia uumeroua put runs a ucrior cluaa uf
huvc hkhi-un.iiii.b rvlerence.
C. II. CAMPBELL.
OTIS A. MILLER,
HkylHiid P. O., N. C.
Near PattneiiKcr Depot.