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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 180O.
THEY ARE WARMING UP.
POLITICS IN OLD BUNCOMBE
A eneral view of the nemocratlc
Candidates) for the VarlouM of.
flcen What the Republican
Politics in Utincnmlw nrc on n boom,
mill will be until niter the election in
November. The ciuuliilutca nre quietly
biibbiiiK up to the surface niul prcseiiliiiK
their various claims in n decidedly vigor
ous manner, and every indication points
to the campaign's living as a politician
put it yesterday, "red hot." Four county
officers are to be elected tins inn u
sheriff, clerk ol' the siiicrior court, trens-in-
r nnd register of deeds.
For the first office no other ciliididate
has declared himself other than the pres
ent incumbent, and it is highly probable
that Mr. Reynold will again have the
pleasure of liefenting Mr. Worlcy, who
will no doubt lie nominated bv the re
publicans. Hut that this defeat will not
he-is easily done as it was two years
ago, is admitted by every one who is on
the inside. Stung by the detent of two
years ago. Mr. Worlcy, it is announced,
will enter the race to "do or ilie".iiid will
"lap Ins barrel" willingly and Ircely
Against the latter Mr. Reynolds will put
up his spotless record ol the last two
l-'ur treasurer there is thought to Is.- no
other candidate in the held than Mr
t'otit liiey. lie too, has ici t'ormeil his
dulies well, and apparently nobo.ly ha
anv desire to enter the race again-l him
l-'or the oll'ue ol register of deeds then
is said to be one other candidate thai
Mr. Maekev ill the itersoii of Mr. I'iti
Weaver, of Wcavcrvillc. There was i
movement ninong the friends of Mr. J. K
Patterson, w ho occupied the position si
well for eighteen years, to induce li i in ti
alUiw his name to go In-fore the enliven
lion, lint Mr. I'atterson would have
lioneolil. With his present positional
clerk of the criminal court he is well sat
islicil, and will not enter the race for reg
ister. Hut the position ol clerk of tile su
m-rinr court there i the rub. Already
ten eamliilalts are in the field, and when
it is more generally known that the pres
ent clerk, Mr. Will Keyimlds, will not
enter I lie- race, a tew more may i?rli.-ii
hi heard Iroin. 'flic ten who are already
out lor the position areCol. W. K. Young.
I. II. Caller. Col. lepth.i Israel, at pres
ent justice ot the icace, Thomas Slicllon.
of Homiuv. William Wilson, of Coopers.
James W lard, ot itarnantsville. j. K.
Itaird. ot Weavervillc and Mr. I'.ci
tindgcr. ot l.cicister. Any one ot them i
a good man, ami the light promises lo Ih
a vigorous one.
Nearly everybody reineinltcrs the inter
estmg events ol the last eight years it.
relation to this oiliec. First the present
ele. k, Mr. Key nobis, was nominated b
the itctiioer.-itie coiiecntion hut not with
out n Itiiti-r liulil U-twevn him and Mi
V.. W. Ilirinloii. The latter Itolleil. an
uoiiinrd hnusvli' as a e.'iutlidate ou an in
deienilcul iil set. math-a thorough can
vas and was elected. Alter three years
in the oilier he died ami Mr. Reynolds
was appointed lo till the unexpired term
At tin- nevt convention he was agaii
a candidate, but the nomination went t
aiioihcrinaii. Then Mr. Reynolds bulled
and lie loo made a canvas equally as
thorough as bis prcde-ccsMir. The resnll
was that he event in w illi a magnitieeiil
"It don't pay to monkey with the band
wagon," was the laconic remark hemaiU
w hen ihc returns were .'ill in anil it was
generally, although by some painlnllv.
admitted that he was right.
Hut no mallei troni which side the
present situation is viewed it is a dead
moral certainly that the coming cam
paign is to lie one of the hottest evci
known in the history of Kuiicomhc. The
republicans recognize the fact that if the
demiHTiils have an opportunity ol blow
ing horns ami firing lirevrackersaml leaf
ing out the tilling ol their throats thai
llii-Hc same sounds, the harbinger of vic
tory, will Ik- the republicans' death knell;
they w ill Ik,-gone tor all tune. The dem
ocrats recognize this too and they pro
posed to sec that that knell is sounded.
Store than ibis the democrats intend to
nominate and carry a straight ticket,
l-'or the past few years one independent
has always lieen on the ticket. This
time, in the language of a well posted
leader, "it it is a victory for the demo,
ernts it will be n victory for pure democ
racy." MeiclHtrarn Appointed.
The board ol eoimlv commissioners at
their meeting held yeslcril.iv appointed
the following registrars for the coming
fall election: T.J. Carlaud, Avery Creek;
J. M. Ilawkiu, Lower Hominy; Clin
ton Howell, I psr Hominy; J. II.
Wilson, U-icvsicr; lr. J. II. Rey
nolds, Sandy Mush; . K. I'.nrteti.
l.jim.loile; I. W. Jones, I'liirvic v : Ceo.
W. Young. Swnniianou; R. Y. Williams.
Rectus Creek; II. C. Hlacksloek.
l-'lat Creek; S. I-'. VVilliim. Ivy; James
McNair, Hlaek Mountain : Thud Clayton,
French Hroiid; J. M. Israel, Asli'cvillc
liast ; A. T. Siiinmev, Ashcville West ; lr.
J. MeUllan, lla.e'n; Will Picket), Hill
iiiore; I. W. Ilaird, Heaver 1mm; M, I..
Reed, Haw Creek.
iiMlrut-U-ri lor Col. lint-,
The Polk county convenlioii held yes
terday nt Columbia instructed for Col.
Frank Coxc lor congress first, last and
all the time. The cllorts of the friends
of this Mipular gentleman in putting him
forward arc iiHTting with gratifving sue
eess. To the nlale l-'.iicaiiinnieiit.
The Light Infantry, thirty strong, and
under the command of Captain Merrick,
left last night for Wriglitrsville, toattrnd
the encampment. The Wiiynesville com
pany, thirty-eight strong, under the coin,
maiid ol Cnptnin Hyatt, sH-nt part ol
the day in the city and went with the
Tab Tint and Look,
Parties wishing to examine my probi
ty on Chestnut street to ! sold nt unc
tion Wednesday Aug. Otli nt p. nt. are
reiiucsted to call on Mr. H rail Icy who
will he on the grounds with plat from 7
a, m. until 0 p. m, llluc prints furnished
on application. L. li, Ukaiiam.
MTIf you want your married life to lie
happy, start nut right hy buying n
Charter Onk stove. Hadly cooked mod
causes more than half the fnmily ipwir
rels in the world. Prevent such quarrels
by baying a Charter Onk stove or Range
from Thnd. W. Thrash's china store,
41 1'atton avenue.
HTT wen tf -two cents per box Marcus
Ward's fine linen note paper and envel
opes, at Law's.
There were 12 I- arrivals nt the
pal hotels yesterday.
Captain M. J. Fagg left to-day
Mont vale Springs, Tennessee.
Mr. 1!. S. Perry left to-day for Auburn
X. Y., to be absent about one month
The ballroom nt the Buttery will here
after lie opened every night during the
Mrs. S. I.ipmsky returned home yes
terday from a visit to friends in Rich
The large chute at the rockipitirry was
wrecked yesterday by the caving of the
The first ol the regular Tuesday night
Hermans will be given at the. Halter
There nrc now U ( guests nt the lint
tery Park. At the end ol the present
week the hotel will lie full.
Mrs. ti. A. Henderson mid Miss Id
Henderson, of Savannah, arc at the Hat
lerv lur the summer season.
Mr. li. P. McKissick, a talented young
writer of the Charleston .News and Com
ier, is in the cilv and is stopping at the
A mule hitched to a dump curt tried ti
revel in a runaway this morning. IK
was caught liefore going far and eon
tended himsclt by kicking the front boart
Senator Call, ol Florida, will sin-nd i
greater part ol the heated season in Ashe
villcituecan secure suitable accoinnio-
dations lor himself and family. So he
has written to a trivial in the city
C. C. Manicls, of the Wilson Advance, is
in the cilv on the way to Murphy. Mr.
t'unicls is one of I lie I icsl editors and most
out-and-out democrats in North Cnroliti,
two lining points for one man to have
The rehearsals for the oK-ra of "Pn
tiencc" arc now held nightly al The
I'iraiid. It the present good work is an
indication the production will In- the
li nest ever seen ou the amateur slagi
Mrs. Chas. II. Adamsauil twochililrcii,
and Miss A. M. Zicglcr ol New Orleans,
C. li. Willis ol the I'liilcil Stales Xnvj,
mil Mrs. J. II. Holmes ol CIi.ikI Hill are
among the recent arrivals to the Swan
The stands at the corner of Conn
Npi.-ire and College streets have U-eti
keeping oikii ou Sundae and selling
joods, principally walei itiellons. Hy or
Ier of Mayor Hlantoii they will licrcat-
tcr lie closed.
Paring the storm yesterday afternoon
ihc toadlK-d between the street railroad
ompany's rails ou the north side ot' tin
laks Hotel caved in. The service ol tin
ompauy Ik voiuI llus pkue was discou-
tinned until I his morning.
The boxes tor "Patience" will Ik- auc
tioned otf al Sawyer's store Wednesday
iltirnoun.u lour o'clock. Seats lor Fri-
lay night will Ik- on su!.- Sawyer's
lYeiliiesday morning. Parlies di-siiing
scats should secure tlieiu at once, as thee
ire being rapidly trfkeu.
1 1. R. Williams, ir., and wifeot Camden,
s. C J. A. Moi l is and wile and threi
children of Atlanta, li. H. Milu of South
Carolina, I. S. Parker ol lieorgia, lames
Chapman and wile ol New York, Rev.
. A. Adger and wife and two daughters
mil l.unc Mullully ol Charleston, S. (.'.,
ire among recent arrivals al Hattery
Jurtiie Moore will roliilil Ad
journ Court Till Allvriioun.
Ill the case ot llie State vs. Ileekuili
Lucky, who was charged with slioolinu'
at linona Smith, on Cripple Creek, a
mistrial was had. It was heard Ist'orc
Judge Moore yesterday afternoon.
This morning n iiuiiilicr of cases were
disposed of. I 'an Collins was louiiil
guilty of lureeiiv and sciilcnceil to lour
years in the K-nilentiaiy. Will
Lawrence and John Prat.ir, eon.
vie ted of the same oll'eii.e, were
scMcne-cil to one and thri-c years res-IK-etively.
Charles street subinitled lo a
charge of an assault with a deadly wea
pon find was sentenced lo pay a fine ot
nnd costs and lo three months in
the county jail.
The case against Primus (iriime, n
nine ytar old lareenist, was continued
until the next term.
Court will no doubt adjourn late this
afternoon lor the ill v session.
Will lirwin was lined $.i ill the mayor's
court this morning lor a drunk ol extern
si ye diiueiisioiis. James Ilium hard for
using profane language nnd ipiarreliug
was assesed a like sum, us were K. R.
Martin and tlcorge llurgin who were
charged with lighting.
There are twenty-four prisoners in the
county jail. Four were discharged lust
At Trinity F.plHi-opiil.
the Rt. Rev. Hishop Then. II. Lyman
of this dioeese will preach at Trinity lipis
copal ehiiteh next Sunday morning, nnd
administer the right of eonliritiiiiioii in
WTI.iiiMcn Si Hates Southern Music
House, the largest music company in the
south, have their general travelling shIcs
man Mr. li. li. Perrv located in our city.
Mr. Perry will owu n piano and organ
warrroom as soon ns u desirable locution
can lie secured. He will keep in stock the
celebrated Chiekering, Mason eSt Hamlin,
Mathiishek nnd Sterling pianos, the Ma
son & Hamlin nnd Sterling organs, nnd
will offer until lice. 3.1, I KIM l, pianos nt
$H) cash and $10 per mouth, organs $.1
ensh nnd $." per month. Mr. Perry re
quests us to say he charges no interest on
time payments nnd furnishes nn elegant
stool, scarf nnd book.
This In-ing the largest nnd most reliable
house in the south we suggest that our
Ashcville people give Mr. Perry nn oppor
tunity to ipiote them prices, terms, etc,
Cull on or address him nt 4-1 Pntton ave
nue, Thrush's Crystal Palace.
A New Moad to Hllaa.
If you nre wise nnd wish to Is-come
healthy nnd wealthy nlso, you will use
Roller King or lilcctrie Light Hour; lie
cause the Ashrville Milling Cotnpnny's
flour is not only the best but thechenoest,
ST Give your son a yenr's chance with
other young men of talent nnd ambit ion
at Trinity College, N. C. Opens Septem
ber 4, Jnnuary 1. Send for catalogue.
July ifl-mon 3t
TO COST AT LEAST $100,000
1 M PHOV KM KNTS
It Will Then he Hecoml to bill One
KeHort Hotel In the Country- lie
InllH of the Proposed Improve-
iiienlM to the preMeul UulldliiK
While other hotel projects nrc circulat
ing so freely nrotiud'Asheville Col. l-'runk
Coxc is not saying much, but he is plan
ning improvements in his famous hos
telry that will make it second lo none
the Tinted States suve the Ponccdc Leon
nt St. Augustine, Florida.
Saturday Mr. Hucklc, of the celebrated
firm of architcctsof Hazlehurst & Hucklc
di-opK-d into Ashcville and when he left
yesterday for his home in Philadelphia it
was with plans and suggestions in his
head thai will later be put upon paper
and in the fall will he used to so improv
and rejuvenate the Hattery that its most
intimate friend will not know it by spiing
1 he proposed improvements will cost
something like $ltni,ti(iil,
Nearly $.-(,ii(lil will be added to the
lining rooms. The walls ou either side
trom a instance ot six tect Iroui llie Moor
will lie of panel work, ns w ill the ccilinc
and the east and west walls will he ol
plate L'lass with a bullet nt the easl end
1 lie hall room w ill be conncclcil with the
lining room by an arch-way. I he front
if the building w ill be extended thirty
live tect. Ihe ground Moor addition
will Ik- maile into liamlsomc ulass par
lors, with sleeping rooms above.
Al the noun cuil ot the huiloiug anil in
the present circle, a louulniti is to Ih-
rectcd, ami around it will be a summer
house, circular in form. The lountaiii will
not lie covered with a root, al
though the house will be, The plans
ire someihiiig strikingly new.
here the summer house now- is will
Ik- the depot ol the proposed extension
lo the street railway. 1 he present housi
will be raised one slory and a walk
uMiceting with it will be run Iroiu tin
It wilt be tastily finished. The present
walk will rim iiinler the structure o
means of an arch.
The billiard room will be enlarged and
uipiovcd.aud a bullet added.
A I dle- Compliment.
Miss Flora P. Whiiloek gave a piain
lo the "Rondo t'apricioso"of Mcudel
-isoltu s al the lourlh annual concert ot
the National Summer Music School al
sion, Mass. The selection ot Miss
W hillock out ot tile class ol sixty to take
an in the e- me tit is a g real compliment
i her skill as a iH-rloruie r. '
'Mae ope-nliiic of The t.riincl.
Ove r S.'ioo worth of seals tor the open-
im: utlit ol I alreuce Have aircailv Ikch
Id. The box other lor the Fiiilavuight
production ok-iis to-morrow morning.
kii.i.i.ii iiih ti:aciii:h.
Nhoeklnti KeHiilt ola liinii.liiili-lit
Pun i iac. Mich. .August ,1. Frank Cook
as so severely Ikmicii al se houl rtcclilh
hat tie ebed. He was bulled saiuday.
1'he injuries were iutli.leel oy his scnooi
leaclier, Jennie e i 'i i. tuous.intis ol
cili.cus assisted at Ihe tuneral aial tin-
lueastireii e Aprcssi ii.s.a un;ii:n.ilioii eveie
xprrse-il a.iiust llie tea.'lni. I aillsai.
u t ion pre-ve nieil . .it iii.iiliu ot a p-t-
iiiorteiii e .o illation aiul coronet s lu-
piesl. flic. Illilorilics wercapKaleii In.
nit to no purpose.
'Ml in, Ala., August
.cli'iii in Ai.ibama lo-dav tor governor
mil oilier Slate olhccrs and memiK-rs ot
the legislature pased oil ouicllv. SlK-
ials to ilu Ai.ve-rtiscr Iroiu all portions
t t lie- Suite indicate a sweeping demo-
.ilie iuu iuy. liie ligislalure will
u In i il but lew republicans.
Vas llll-Clock Hiithtr
l.iistiox. August liniK-ror A'illi.im
irriveil otl Uritlisli soil yesleieluy just as
the old clock in the tower ol Loudon
struck ten. He was icceivcd bv ''nivii
Victoria ami all theio.aleourl. Agraml
ovation was aecorileel him bv llie mill-
I l.ilU I K-l nl.K nn M.inilnv, Amu.l 1.
I .hi. nt Tililltv l'r -te.tiltll IvI l-eup. I
Itiireh, A.tte-viHe-, North e aroiimt. I llie
Ke-. Me-Ne-ely luillosi-, Aliee, elite. 1 eli.UKlile-r
Col. Win. I'lille, to Wi until I', l-lioecr,
itll eil' Ktipnlell I'ari.ll, 1.0U1.IUIIII. Nocuiet.
A t.rnnil Hhoolliiit Match.
t Hi Wednesday, the llth dav of August,
at one o clock p. in., there will be a spir
ited contest lK-lw-en two of our Ik-sI lo
ll teams tor u prize of $l'Mi. the shoot
to take place on the grounds ol C, K.
t.rahaltl ,; Co. s, oil Chestnut street.
The teams lire composed ot the follow
. l.usk, c aiiluiii, I'r. icnkins. v-api.
. W. Sliuler, , li. It. Atkinson,
V. Ionian, ti. W . Cannon,
W. A. Kepler, ! N. A. Reynolds,
II. C. Jones. i I'r. T. . Ilargan.
It. Atkinson, I'r. S. W. Untile.
Crt-o. II. Henderson, Mr. Hrown.
The sbooliuu w iil cIom- nt 4- o'clock, lit
which lime, will commence the sale ot
Mr. I'.ralianis lit Ixuiitilul reiMilcuce lots
The shootiuu promi.es to I vcrv inter-
esling, as the contest will very cIom-, mid
the lots are certainly the most desirablr
ever o lie red al public sale ill Ashcville.
So let everybody come, ami enjoy an
afternoon ol lull and profit. The Indies
nre csH-i'inlly invited to attend.
In need ol China, (ilass, Cutlerv, I'latcd
Ware, Lamps, etc., call al Law's tor low
prices and line goods.
To the Public.
Il has been known for sonic time that
I will lie a candidate before the ilciuo-
crntie county convention for the nomina
tion for the office of SuK-rior Court Clerk
ol Hiineomlic county. 1 have just Ih-vii
informed that the rctort has been circu
lated mat I will notaliiilc ny the itecision
ol the convention In ease us decision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
such n report dues ine n grent injustice.
In submitting my claims to lite
convention I consider that my
honor is pledged to stand by its
choice, nnd if I nm not the fortunate one'
I shall not only not lie a rnndidntc, hut
will support the nominee with nil the in
fluence 1 cun command, I hope this will
he satisfactory to my friends.
W. K. Yot-NO.
Ashcville. N. C, July H, 1NU0.
(HIT A line of those celebrated Charter
Onk stoves nnd Ranges Just received ut
Thnd. W. Thrash's china store under
WT A very choice line of fine station
cry at Law's, GO South Muin street.
LM'li'ST STATE SliWS.
Lincoln county has gone for Major
u. ,. iiratiam lor congress.
Col. W. II. II. Cow-ics declines to sign
llie Alliance ' demands, giving reasons
Next Thursday occurs the annual
meeting of the Chatham Cotmlv Confed
erate Veterans' Association.
There is n proposition before the Raleigh
board ol alderiiicn to substitute-gas lights
for electricity ill lighting that city.
The President has appointed Victor
Humphrey lo West Point from the Sev
enth North Carolina district, anappoiitl
uteiit ut large.
The census shows Knyetteville to have
."i,rili in the city Imiils aiid a.tiiinin liny
mount, a suburb. Heaiiforl has 2,lli0,'a
loss of nineteen since 1NN0.
C'A7;.l 77;'.S' nimii- n new hiisnnss;
l:XI.. h'lili'S niniir nil nhi business;
A'i I ' 17;.N" iniiiiv n dull business;
KliSCl 'L'S ninny u lost business;
SAVIZS iniinv n ttiiliiijf business;
I'h'HSlih'Vh'S nmnv ii large business-;
SI:Cl h'tiS sueeess in imv business.
Tn wlvertise inilieinuslv, use the to-
ninns nl "The Citizen." lieervhiulv ivmls
it; mill in iimnm timi to the returns it
vielils mix ci tisers. us tutcs lire I lie cneup
est in the ecu nil v.
A Had KailroHfl wreck
occ-urti'd several elavs ago on one of ou
most important trunk lines. Nolioih
hurt but all the- baggage exe-cpl the
Rollci- I'rav Trunks was smaslivil iii
liny one. Sohl lie ilcalcrs. .Made liv II
W. Roiuultiee eS: ilros., Riclummd, Va.
The Itally citizen.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Ashcville and its K-optt-.
is the most popular ailvcrtisiui' mi
lium in North taroliua.
Is read bv a givater nunilK-r ol iK-ople
than anv other secular ii.-iikt in t In
Is always lilli-d with the choicest read
mg matter ol the day.
1 houses till their rooms bv ad
vcrtisiiig in the Cli'iZKN.
.News, ami all the news, makes the Lit
izi n a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
success without nuvcriisnig. fry llie
.Ml aitvcrtiseiiH-nt m the Intzi s pnys
lie ailverlise-r an limnlreit-tolil.
Imlt-x lo iew AderllMenienlM.
W AS! KCI lloi ,".lia.
I'oK S vl.K J .fill V tlilil.
tssrs eci; I-: I A. tun.
W ei tai llairil st aii'l Sunse t lirive.
A t'oiniN tt nl tilM', tn titkc lil'IfKi- i.fili-mi-
nlc-ciil 1'iiiu'U. Kt'UtviHX'H rvttiu tl. Ait
tv Cnrnir I'liiril utrtvi mill Shiim.1 lirivi.
A NTH' l.
Ait cuts rii-iu-eit eehile- ItiillMiniliil. Willi
l,,mii1 nliiiiues. Wage's, l.-, K-r tm.iilh.
A'ile to I- ii. Illi. ,,u-J
nu.i it. 11
A nit tvantilc liuiiii-fh, wrll iMialilihttl A
iic t. h:iim-1. ir rani' iIck i mts to Int uit' in
lH lHt'. ii.-tiit K'.'imjII llll M'l llli A I I III
It 1 1 if . il 1 Ml 1 1. 1 Kill Mlut'k.
INSUHE YOUH PROPEKTY WITH "
1C. J. AJjTON,
;i-ncral t liiMiiraiicv I Auviit.
U. .a No -Ji
-mil Maui street.
B I. I'latii Je
ii, l Mun.A I.
Itiix I llie- ill, til, le' Inn-.
Ill,itl. .III ease. Ap
K. A ANWiKSnN.
'J7 Ite-.iiiliM Aei.
Ilk 111 It
;iK SAI.I- nl I ellANi;U
A aOkiaA hint llll nn Alllili tltv strevt Will
le'lianea' f-. siillil, tlnll.c mill Int. litlilllire-
il A.-rtii. nt - iin! Illnlee lits-u.
gol'Sli l "K KliNT.
A pllnlv lurittsttiil Iti.use-. t
i n I. v -tit res
-in-. Unit riM'tu., In. l ami i
i..e...-n at onee.
loiKl il'. I l.-.s CIIKVIM T SI'.
l.tir.e- cimiI, titl e r.n.tlt., Ikhim- lle-eetv I'ltr
ti lle-.t ; w'mi.'I l.il.te-. leritts IVilnitlnlile'. On
stle-et em tine.
.M lis. J, I.. MM A I II KKK,
Jtilyl'.'ittlin .'lis I ntl. mi Ave.
Mi Miirv C'. Uv iiuUU, of Hi. .iittiilnr,
riMii.ln, i nn-ty tn nctut ptiMl in lini.my
.-it lur inniti, ."i Hitili y Mrtl. Tin I liinik
for .lr r r nl .
Inn 1 m.
7 iM KliNT.
1'iitu uti1it-r tivir l,tiw'n fttnrr. Iliivr'n
k.vlik'ht i pitrlni unit irtitUnu !
.ifiriim nt ;
-iiiniittMlmut nntl mv of nttviut.
IH.AKI-r.N. KANKIN tv Co.,
W Kt.uth Mum utm l.
(sold, Hiker, Ivory, Onk, 111 1 ami CiimM
nation Moulilliiun. Ainu Hon in Mtiuli1inc-
riituntt Muttrd, Mountnl nnl Hrnmnl nt
loMt'tt irltr nnil work Muiiriitittnl. Ittiurnv
I'nlntlnKi unit Lih-iiI lrw a1uyii on
at N. Main Ht., AkIicvIIIv.
anr Is it
ALGL'ST 7TII XI) 8TII.
Till; . COMIC . OPl-.KA
I'NI'ltM Tlllt MANAI1UMKNT tlH Til U
I'tiH Tint iiunhi'it ur
THE MISSION HOSPITAL
OKANI) CIIDKoS OP
50 FIFTY VOICES 50
FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT.
NIM.RNMD CUHTt'MKH AND OOHOROtl
HCKNHHV. POPULAR I'HICKS.
Tlckrti on snle at Sawyer's oa and after
Moadar, August .
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
StuvcH unci Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. Sl.iiS I'ON I' AM II. Y
A Nil HoTlil. t'KU
Uiiariiiiti-c-ft lo lie fi.-rm 1'roof.
AM. Sl.liS KlifTlN STOCK.
'( nt tl. 1 . ( 'i:.u:sr . 1 su
Fni-simiplt of work wH'TiiV
Wiilksin front of Unynor &
crn Ciiroliiin Hank. For Con
Ti'to Bloi-k Wailk nee thtit in
front of I'nrinicliiU'rn I)ni-
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION,
Poi'tlmid mill Dtiint'Hiic (V-
mciit, rinhtcr niul hmw for
C. i:. .MOODY.
init-e No. n ration 4vcnut-.
ri i.iii-iotNi; mi. mi
Wiire-tiiiiiM-nttil l--.il-- re- iii-r ' riinl Ti-U-
I'll.. tie 7tt
CiimKuntl Oiysrn and Mrilleatcd Kalsani
ViiHr hits pntved more suevrsnfiil In the trral.
mrnt ot ritM-ascsnf the nine, throat anil lung
thiin nil either rrmrtlfrs combined. It srlilum
InllH In any i-nac uf Asthma. Wc have eurrd
many imiplc In the lour yrnrs wc have liecn
In Anlti-villc who I1111I (liven up all hntr. Call
al mtniltliT ami wew It Rive youthrirnamcs
Vc also make a treHnlty nt dlarnsrs of the
reetum. If you arc afflicted with I'llcs e-onir
and (tcl relief. Nu pnln or lomi of lime frutn
Ini.lncsa. Kcllrf olttalneil at one, and no
return, as we mnki a railleal cure.
IIAI.lt AM AMI IIXVIIBN IIOMIi TKIIAT
MI1NT. Wc have a home Ircatmrat that Is very ef
fective In all dlsrsM-s of the air iur. Wr
have pn-M-rlln-d hundrrds of these home
treatments anil srnt them In every Mate In
the t'nlon and some wonderful cum have
A mall pamphlet, dracrltlve of Ashcville
anil aim rtlalnlnR our treatment, scat fire
on apitllratlnn. Also a lint of iuralltins
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have tiefura scnilltiK lur home trratmrnt. The
qurstluas when properly answered cnalile as
to make a correct dlngnuala of each case.
Wc have treated many hundred eases with
the Compound Osydcn and Hal. am and have
never had a case to have hemorrhaa from
tunx. after taking Ihe treatment.
littn't let your prejudice keep ysu awar,
but come aad eianlnt for yourself. Better
aaerlDcr prejudice thaa your Ilh. Consulta
(inlet over Coahy's lewetry metre, near
Urand Central Hotel, Pattern Avenue, A .he.
vllle, N. C.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In fitifintitte-e not less than one ton nt factory
in quantities not lens thun one hull ton at factory
11110 pounelM, Ittl ttekets, 11) pueitiej. each
700 " UK an
Too " in ' no "
10011 " 10 " tuu "
No ice will lie- delivered without cash or tickets,
Aclieville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, - $5.00.11 For Stovea, ... $4.50.
BEST AMTIIliACITE COAL
I'or tinlv nt Whuk'Hiilc ami Retail hy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kscluslve Alien lie llluntestic anil Steam) lor Western North Carolina.
MtWlS MAUllliX, Prte L. V. McUWD, Vlcc-Prcs,
liiaacTuaii-IjcwI. Maililus, M.J, Bcardcn, M.J. Kiikk.J. B. Kankin, J, U. Kay, J. II. Keim
8. H. Kccd, lico. 8. Powell, C. M. MeLoud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Ornanlieel May 1st, 1NHH,
estate, County aud, City Ucpottitory.
Hues a General llankinu Hli.incss. IX-po.tt. received. Bsehannc hounht anil ai.til. uoti
lections niaelr on all accessible mints. The Sue
Onatl um in thi. department, elvpoaitcd for
of iter cent, per annum will be paid,
Special attention riven to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for Iuiik time oa real
Open Iron II a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the 8avln Department will bcupen till p.m.
.Inn 1 illy
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTKRKU on (lie Freiuie..
Twcnty-flvc years ol pructleal cxtcrience.
tall, of the liu.ioeai. and pert eel arrnnKcme-nts
manulactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.,
Olnuer Ale and all the vunuu. tlavor. 111 SoliA WATBK ready for shipment nntl tti-Krrrral
tree in City limit. Out of town order until
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS,. C.
Roeims in Cottage:. Vpca (!ie Grounds Willi
TAJJLE 1JOA1.JJ AT HOTEL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE GN THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A mODIE IN-
A lovity build-nu lot AO 1 .to fee 1 In nhn.lv urovr by
the finest mim-rnl sprinK. in the Houili nt fin In sum.
A iUlct iiImcc, hliih. ilry, line views unci u I ..H-k'tv.
I'lner well held oil with wide street. ull Bonn avenues
UMI feci wlelc. Two tood new hotel., ile-pol. iliilly
mull., etc. Skvlunil Bprinu. I a new anil pnpuliir re
sort and bouiiil to row. Iluy now for u eitltiiKc or
a. an inve-siment.
Tniitt. leave A.hrtlllcat tt.lUa. in. and return at 7
p. na. ya cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
felt It il'lm
HOTELS ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINISRAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Hlght miles (south of AMlieville, on Ihc A. A H. Railroad.
New hotel, dew cot mat., new furniture-, bcnutilul iirovr.,neat tenttl. .ml croiucl lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Maancla. Iron and Itp.iim. Thouc scekinK heulth and pleasure anil
sclecl atH-lcly will not fail to vl.it this pleasant rcort und drink of It. Iteming- waters.
Aiihcwlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manuiacturers aad Dealer In all kimi.ni iir.t
Door, Hash, Blinds), MouldlnKa, Htalrwork, Mail tela, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds) of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
aor 14 dly Telephone Mo. a.
A WIND STORM
lay Conic and go, but wc arc Here to Sell Goods and ai
Going to Sell Tbciu.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
We hart Htraw Hats 1 cent to SO cent each. Splendid Itn of Shoes cheaper thaa any
other house m, them. Nine aad Ten Quarter Shlrtln. by the case. Print, Gingham,
Ac., Ac, at any price you would a.k thtta. Some all Silk tlrea Oood IS cents per yard,
Would say more but thh will convince yon.
Aftlteville Dry Good Co.,
1-0. HOWBLL, Manager.
At out stand, 1st door below Pennlmaa a Co.'s Hard war stors
:- . . '
40c. per hundred.
Tickets now on sale at the eilHe-c of the
No. 30 Putton Avenue.
I. ti. KANKIN, Caxbitir
inn I'cuturc will rce-elvc Helal attenliou.
four iiiontns or luuuer. intin.t at ih,. r,.f..
combined with I'Krmonal attention to all ih.
lor clkanlinrks and ri'KiTV of all noila
to his numerous putrvns a sua-rior clas o
hn vc.mou-ONiiiiii.it rrlcrene-e.
C. H. CARIPBK1.L.
$i2.co TO $14.00
P E R W t: E K .---.
Hkyland P. O., N. C.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near PastsieiiKcr Depot.