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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN; WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST G, 1890.
IS THE WATER DANGEROUS
THIRTV-KIOHT CASES OP FK-
VKH CMAHGKD TO A WKll.
The t'ltlxcii" Make an Inventl
Itallou Into an Imporlaiit Mailer
,Whm nr. weaver HavH He Will
Do-Clly water to ne Aualed.
Thirty-ciht cnaes of typhoid fever
wluit Dr. SiariK's says lie can trace to
well directly in the rear of the Graham
& Co. iilant. near the old depot. Out of
thaw cases two, lie informs Thk Citizkn
have proven fatal. The remainder hav
recovered. This remarkable state of nf
fairs aliened by I'r. Starnes has led sev
end gentlemen of the locality named
take the matter into their hands for a
rigid examination. This ha proven con
clusivcly to them that the well is danger
ous to the public health. I hey
emphatic in their denunciation of the
authorities who would admit of the eon
liiitinucc of so dangerous a hole, am
slate that tliev have exerted thei
every influence to have the matte
With someof them Till-: CmztiN visitci
I'r. Staines at hi ollicc yesterday. Tin
jjentleuian wa not inclined to talk of tin
matter for publication, although he a
mi led his willingness to lake an oat I
to the thirlvciglii cases of tvphoid fever
and to hi having traced them dirccll
to the use ol water drawn from the we!
in iiicsliou. liuily in the spring, I
Haul, he hail complained to Clerk Mi Mi
and that gentleman's replv was to tin
ellivl, I'r. Staines savs, that doctor)'
wcic alwav raising ueh u cry as ttiat
Last summer, I'r. Starues addeu, lu
had seen Mr. C. I'i. Graham about tlu
well and lold hull thalitshoiildla'cloHcd
When lr. Weaver was appointed sunt
liiry insiectiir Or. Starues saw him about
the well and the latter promised to act
til. U the well was closed.
Ihe well is at the loot of a hill on which
are situated many ot the dwelling lnust
ol liic liaiul ol iii.ihaui s nulls, ami then
are inanv out-houses and stables. Just
across the railroad track and ulxivc tlu
well is a stagnant kioI with green scum
lloaiing on t lie surlaci'.
At the lactory Mr. Graham was not ti
lie loiiml last evening, but several clerks
ill the ollice laughed at the idea.
II has Ix'cu cleaned twice in lv
monihs to my knowledge, "said one
them; and we used tile water lor U
months, ourselves, without auv bad re
suits." "more than thai," said another
"the K'opli- around will not let us lill it
up. We tried it, but they protested anil
said that tliev wire not alraid. What
could we do?"
Or. Weaver; the sanilarv insnvtnr hail
Heard ol tin- niatier, lint said tu tile t-H
i.ns that he did not remcmlier that In
had been spoken lo about il more thai
in a casual in. inner. Alioul ainoiithagi
he had condemned il more on hcarsa
than o I any knowledge, and asked Mr
Graham to' till it up. Ihe latter prom
ised, Or. Weaver says, but tailed to di
the work. HI Or, Staines' 3 cases o,
Uphold lever, Willi only two deaths, Ik
said: "il that is I lie I'oetors reeori
statistics will prove him lo In- the ti it
est tvphoid phsieian there is oil this
eartli. I he I'ennsv I vauia aopual liar
never eipialeil tlial lecoiil.
Hut now Or. Weaver savs he is inter
esteil. A sample ol '.he water is to sent
to Ihe stale ciiciuist lor analysis mid n
It proves lo be us blacs as it is painted,
the will is going tu lie closed. At tlu
same lime lie will send a sample ol tlu
city water. There is some complaint
about that and all suspicion is lo Ik
wiH'd away at once, or he is going lo
know the worst.
CUNFKUI H tii; Mi:i NIOM.
Miorl HpevclicH Sluile-A VhIIhiii
Allitik l'.xM.'rlt.'lii'l'H KelMled.
Ill MH KMISMI 1 1:, August .", IV.HI,
The Conlederate veterans of 1 lenilersoii
county met at Shaw's creek eampgrouiiii
to day. The association was called to
older by Capl. S. V, I 'u kens, the presi
dent. Kev. Mausuii Greer olleicd u very
appropriate prayer. The rollol veterans
was then called by the secretary, J. J.
Osborne. Nearly one hundred soldiers
answered to their names. New names
were then called lor ami many registered
Short sKivhes were made by dipt. K.
II. Lewis. Mr. I. J. Osborne mid Capl, S.
V. I 'li kens. The president announced
thai the soldiers would lorm line, under
command ol Capt. Iawis and iiiarch to
the cemetery near bv ami divornlc the
graves of lour Conlederate soldiers. This
was done, and then the command was
marched to the dinner table. The com
mands were given, "halt," "right anil
left luce," "charge!"
Mauv Indies and visitors present joined
in the attack.
The repast was ample, generous find
most decidedly good ill every rcxvl.
Alter dinner, reassembled. Incidents and
anecdotes of the war U'ing in order.
Messrs. Ix wis, Cannon, Allison, Miller,
Mills mid othersrelaled exieriences. The
hoys meet next year in September at
TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALE.
There were 155 arrivals at the principal I now PROPERTY WKIST ON
The costumes for the production of I
1'utiencc will reach here this afternoon.
Clarisse Iliggins a GO year old colored
man died in the eastern portion of the I
L. A. Garder, wife and child of Augusta, I
The Male Called olTAfler Ten l.utH
Were DIxpoNed or Home Other
Tranafern The Prlcea and the
The sale of lots on I'cnrson street this
Gn and P. I', McCloity of St. Paul are morning was culled off after ten of the
at the Glen Kock. tlnrty-eifilit lots had been sold. The rea-
II. Ii. Van lleinan. i.omdoi!ist of the son f"r t,,c Kntimmnce ofthesiilcwns
I'niud Slates dcimrtmcnt ol nurictilture. lo 06 " low Pr"-'e which the hind
paitl Tim CiTukn n pleasant call this w"" ''"nging. A crowd of nearly one
morniiiL' iiuimrcu men were on inegrouua
Another washo.it lietween the str.et I .. nc property is on 1 curson avenue and
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Index to New Advertisements).
Nivrieit P. P. Claxtnn.
Dkcouatoi F. A. Grace.
POSTPONKUSNT J. M. Clllliptll'll.
Rumoval Asheville Drv Goods Co.
SAl.KM H'SUAI.K ACAIIKUV Jllll. II. Cll'Wlll,
On Snturdnv, August 0. 1 will cxntnine ur-
iiik-hiiis lor misutuns n teacners in the Asnr
vlllc City Schools, lixaminatlon will licuin
al 9 o'clock In the Oninjw Street School.
This is for both white liml colored.
P. I1, CLAXTDN, Supt.
the street ears to-day to run no farther
tliuu that point
Solicitor Curler sent fifty -eight bills to
the grand jury at the present term of the
criminal court. Ill all but four eases
true bills were found.
The auction sale of the boxes for th
first production of I'atieuec andlheoien
ing ot "The Grand" is being held in J. I'.
Sawyer's store this afternoon
Kev. Or. ('. F, Oeipps. Mrs. I.!'. Ociiips,
Doundary ol the Asheydle Loan, Con
struction and Improvement company
Orcen street divides the proertv east
and west. Six lots sold front on I'enrson
avenue. They brought the following
LOT. niHRNSIONS. I't'liCIIAUKK.
1, 7:ixl3(l, I). I). Suttle
2, 7Uxlo, I). I), Suttle
1!), 71x10, Dr. yuccn
20, 71x10, Or. Uucen
21, 7tlxlo, Or. (Jueen
Miss Ella and Florence McAlpiu and 70x1 0' i- K "oitic...,
Mrs. S. M. McAlpiu, of Savannah, and
Thomas I licks, ol Oxford, are at the
J no, tl'Oonuel, wile and child, Ander
son, S. C; Mrs. J. Supple and Miss Sup
ple, New Orleans; and J. I. Simpson,
New York, are among recent arrivals ul
the Grand Central,
One division of the rifle club shot last
evening. Or. Ilattlc won the medal. The
second teit'it will not hold their reguhii
match lo-.iay lievausc ol the gun clui I M,rt1itiK lumw two lots, KKUxlHll (eel
snoot, out win mm to-morrow. ....... -..m . ,r. I.. F..ri.,lili f.,r
Rifle teams arc bring organized at I $1. all a front loot
I'airview ami IlusUc to shoot in the
On Gray street two lots were told. No.
2, fiOxllO feet, went to K. R. Mill for
:t(l(l. No. 25, 50x110, was knocked
down to II. A. White, $275.
Lot 11 on Green street, 11 Ixl I'll,
brought $71. II. C. Hunt was the
purchaser. A second lot, No, , 50x120,
was sold to John Irvin for $212.50.
Returning toward the city Mr. J. M.
CamplH:ll sold one lot on Academy,
115x110, to J. II. Hostic for $:5,and
directly across from Mrs. Tninlmm's
coming Asheville tournament. Waynes-
villi' will send II team mid several teams
from the eastern part of the State and
one Iroin Columbia mid two from Char
leston will lie on hand to contest for the
Iv. C. Hackney, of the Ourhiiiii Re
corder, is in the citv, and tvsis much in
terested in the way money is Iwing made
in Asheville dirt, as demonstrated nt the
recent miction sales. He is engineering
exclusion from l'iedinonl to the
mountains which will reach Asheville
Among recent arrivals al the llattcry
I'nrk aie 0. S. Gore and wife ol Wilming
ton; .Mrs. Came II. l.uw and Miss Law
Liuciniiati ; rrnucis I. I'elzer mid wile
Miss I'elzcr and Miss Inglesby, Charles-
ton: Mrs. -. II. Knowlrs and iluld and
Mr. I cier Kiiowtcs I'reseott and Miss
1 he Lyceum discussed the Alliance al
heir meeting last niglil. Mr. I'avies ol
Iciidersom ille led. file general impres
sion of the ditlcrcnl i.ikcr was thai
while ibey thought tue order was en pa
ile of doing a great deal of goodilsniem
nr were dcsiioving its useliihiess by
making it slilicnl.
Late arrivalsal the Oaks hotel: W, I,
Trew, Mrs. A. II. Graham child and
nurse, llopkiusville, Ky.; W, A. I'rendcr-
411st, Charleston, S. C; S. M. Hulling.
Iledford City, Va.; Mrs. S. K. ltro.nl wnv
wo ehildreii and nurse. Miss I'aiiiiv
llroadway, Miiiinn-; I;. C. Hackney
iirlimn; I.. On vis, iiin.iha ; S. L. Avery
Kink Hill, S. C; Miss A. I'rich inl. New
irle.ins. Mrs. C. II. Malonc, infant and
nurse, Siivunnah, Ga.
A PRKTTV Wl-.nnlMU,
..i7V; sr.iri: XliWS.
TlieiTiisus shows the noimlatiou ot
V-inunnl to lie ,ll.li, n gain ol 1','JIIJ in
ten years 1 wr cent.
Kev. Or. W. S. Illnck, of the North
Carolina Conference has liccu appointed
(accessor to Or. Dixon as 8iiK'riiitendent
I llielixlortl tirphan Asylum.
An elivtrical storm and n water
m nit iK'ciirred near Kurlingtim Satur
day mglit, lining considerable damage.
mil a wntiT-siioul also tell at W alker-
town yesterday, which damaged lauds
in nam ixv iiami, ol L hnrlottc. is
lead. Captain Hand won Ins title in tin-
late war. lie served the Conlrdcraev as
captain of the Charlotte Gravs. lilev-
enin .North Carolina regiment, and made
;i reputation as a brave man.
The Lincoln county Farmer's Alii-
mice passed the following resolution.
I lint we urge upon the memliers ol the
Legislature lo inn Id' nn uniironriiitioii
tor a Training School for females, which
we regard as n ncccssit v tor the nroner
.idvaiHYnieiil and iminovement of our
NAT DOWN ON THK PRKSH.
A tireal lval or Ivxcllriiienl Irr
talla at Hsenos AreM.
Iti K.vos AVMI'.s, August tl. Notwith
standing the fact that the insurrection
here has terminated, great excitement
prevails throughout the city, and tlieilis-
piiel continues to increase,
Scnor Lnstra, the leader of the party
which supMirts Gen. Mitre, who was lor-
nerly president of the republic, has Ikx-ii
tlenil a seal hi theealmu'l. hut lie ile
clmes lo accept it. it is ruinored that a
new issue ol f. ill, Disi, (Hill m panr cur-
reucv win nc mane.
A bill has been introduced in Ihe chain-
H'l ol di pul ns providing lorn Ibrccdcur-
ri'iiey. 1 he national hank has resumed
payment. The bourc,i still closed and
oimti-kv Iti'lim, III iniiinirniil .-.-l.i .......
HI-. . 1 1 u . m II.
I he press is loriiiilileii ny the govern
I lie marriage ol .Miss Llla Kate Irov I ment lo comment on the crisis. I he inv
alid Mr. W illiam Hill Hardin was .Ir. mium on gold is .'nit er cent. 1 Ik- rales
oi exciuiuge niv inning.
l.u,a t......ai a i .K.........I. i
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley C. Troy, at L.Ayressnvsthni tbefomg.i , ma.,-
tt o'eliK'k this morning. Kev. G. C. cinl ministers have resigned.
Kankin, nssisled by I. Huxton, tifli
i.'itcd. The Inst man was William G.
Houghton, nnil the maid of honor. Miss
"owers, of l-'nyettcville. The interesting
ceremony was ierforineil in tlie pres
ence of n large number of Iriends of the
The presents were unusually beautiful
nd included mauv useful articles.
The iiuetiun sale of those two huusi-M eor.
ocr Iluttrii'k and Hill Streets Is Imkbnltdy
j. m, cam rniii.i..
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
8ALKM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The Ntltll Annual Session begins August
JKth, iNiio. Keglster lor lust yeiir ;il.1. SK'-
elul leu tuns .- the Development uf
Health, Character and Intellect.
lluilililiKS lllilnilliilll.v re leleil. I'nllv
eillipHil I'nimi-Hlory. Cnlleginle mill Post
I'.riiiluate llepartint'iils, ln-siiles lirHt elnss
seliuuls iu MuhIc. l.anituaKeM. Com
mercial and InduHtrlal HludleH.
JOHN II. CLUWKI.I., Prineipal.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
All cxiHTit'llecil white lloiiscinaiil. with
uood ri-l'ereni'i-s. Wages, Sin iter month.
Apply lo I'. II. IIII.S Oil".
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTH and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER
IN AM, SlliS I'nK FAMILY
AMI 1IOTIU. rsi;
uurHiiled lo toe Ucrm lror
Al.l. SIXliS Klil'T IN STOCK.
A iiu-miiililc liiiMiiirttH, will futnliHalu'il. A
riirv iiiaiKt' tur partun iIi-h nnu t locntf
Aitlu'villv. (iunil ri'UMun lur ni-Mlni;. Apnlv Id
uukR dim 1 Ix'kuI IlltK-k
An t'XHrtriuvi1 iliiirvnuin. A uoml nnil ikt-
maiH'iii pi mi nun lor a i'MiiK'U-ni man
Oni- ifiHHl. Plain It Itttx. Out tlnnlilf 1mr.
ni (inn, h Murray l.tnulfin, with rtiHc, An
ply tu K. A. AMHvKSON.
aiiK-vtMt J 7 lititrtlin Ave.
OK SAl.li OK liXCIIANOli.
A AOxi:t5 ft nit lot tin Arailt-niv Mtrti't. Will
cxL'htMiKtr fur tiimill hntiic uml ltt, tinuuiri'
at Acutk'my ami lllakv HlicitN.
0('SK FOR RUNT.
A partly furninhi'il huutH-, t wi-nty-thrtT
rtumt, iiath rtMtmH, hm anil vuld water.
iitDk-Miiiitn nt oncv.
auK-tiltVi i.im CIIIISTNI'T ST.
I.nrirr rnnl. nlrv rmiiiiti tmitiu tieulv fur.
ni hcil : irodti table. Tcrnu rvaimahlc. on
tm.-t car line.
M KS. J. I.. SM ATIM-KS.
julyllMilm aiN J'utttm Ave,
?OK 8AI.K CI Hi A I'.
A two htimc upriizlit t'tiuini' anil lioilcr. An
l llli K ANI M 11. I'll -K I'.K K I KI.N rl.Nt CO,
piHCi;S I'.iH SAND:
On ami alter AuuiiMt ." I.nt, the priir i
ami will Ik-: I'ur a twi-hiire lail. L'.re..
iile-ltorti- limit, I.V.. n t.
II. M ATT IIM II A l . yt..
-TKiNt .V I'A TYi,
Hi HiiMHt. IlKICK A: Tll.lt Cit,
"" INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
(cncral i IiiHurHiicc i Agent.
Hear No. I'll Sou III Main street.
iistlllilUlleil I HIM.
Asheville. N. C
In nrt'il ufCliinn, Rliiwi.C'ulk'rv. I'lutcil
Ware, l.ani, etc., rnll nt l,n w' lor low
irKTB nun iiiiw kihhih.
MTTu-mormw niirhl nt oiieru hull u
itriinrl miisicnl rntrrtniumrnt will Iw
irivrn hv the Kittn-ll Insliluli tL'.iriirt
I uc ncwiy wciidcn cmipir leu tiMiny ronipnnv lor tlic hencht of the institute.
r Tnt SpriiiK". ami Hn tlirir return The muie will lie tnercd, noculnr, iweet
will make tlicir liuine lure.
Tlie llela Thvla ! nanucl.
Tlic I xitii net )iveii liy tnt'iulK-ri of tlie
lleta Tlictu I'i Iriiternily at the Swan
union Motel lust ti ik lit was u sikyss in
every iurtieiilur. A numlK-r ol "jolly
llreeks were prrwiit uml iurtook nl a
nioil elt'Kiiut repast. Hem iohkk wen-
suntf, college days were mailed, and
with C A. Welili as tuastinasier the I'ol
lowinu toasts were resin puded to:
Itetn Thctn I'i, A. M. Ciirrotl; The
Mystic Sx-yen, l.nene illiers : The Itetn
l.uwyer, W. V. Uueroti; The Item
1'reaelier, Hvy. I. I-. Sliriipiinl; (lur
lletn tiirls, J. C. tu l our; Sonielhin".
New, V. E. Kollinn.
The nmiiutl luiniiiet will hrrcnl'ter lie
held in Asheville by the Itelns on the
first Tiiemlnv in Aimust.
The Itetn f lietu I'i fraternity in one of
tlie most poweriui nnil inlluetiliul oruiin
i'itinil of its kiiul in the world. I'rienil
hiHi enternl into liy it memliers while
nl college nrc never siiuilercil in alter lite.
It lias umoiitf Its memlrrrii lour of the
present United States lenntori, thirteen
representatives, three inemlieni of the
l!nitcl Stntei miprenic court nnil u luritr
nunilieriu every jirulciuiioii in theilillercnt
In Favor of Temperance.
The Aihcvillc neMion of the Intcr-Statc
Summer School, on Augmt 4, passed
unnniinoinly the fnllnwiiiH resolution:
Kctolved, That we heartily npprove of
the ituiiy ot bcicntiiic lcmieriinc In
public tchooli, an the wisest means to
jircvent !ntemierniice, nnd that while we
rejoice that it luii heen mnile n mnnilu
tory study, In the pulilic m.hooli of to
larKca jiortion ol our country, we would
urge all letfiilntum in Stntei now with
out temperance education Inw to enact
theiameand pledge our hearty eo-oper-atiou,
at tcachen, in lecurinit ai far ai
pouible the faithful purauit of thin ituiiy
in the tchooli under our care.
(Signed) 1'. I. Claxton, Man.
J. C. llisv, Sec.
An Andrew! lo the lemaerac or
Nln III ConiireMHtonal niatrlcl.
A convention of tlie ilcniocrnlic mrty
of the ninth eoiiKressionnl district, is
hrn liy called lo meet in the city of Aslvc-
aiul laiiKhiilile, nnd the muaiciil pmnrnm
will lie improved hy the introduction ol
Home humorous morknof African life uml
customs. The admission is: Adult. 1.1
cent. children III cents, reserved aruts
:,i eenis. l-.vcrvlsMlv nhoulil come to
this eliarniinu cntertiimment.
A New Road lo Hllm..
If vou nrc wise nnd wish to lirronte
henllhv nnd wenllhv iiImi. vou will nsr
ville, on Wnluesilay, August 27, IHIMI.nt Roller KinK or Klcctric l.iyht flour; lie-i-jni
r..r 1 1,. . ... -...:...:.... . cnune tlie Aslirville Millinu Coitiiuiuv's
eandidalc to rciireiient miid district in the l,,,ur ' "I thclKul hut thecheiiwit.
htty-MX'ond conureiui of the I nited Slntm. I
riiecliairmnn ol eneh county executive I iuw asiirosu wrc
committee ol the democratic thirty in I iK-ciirred nevernl ilnyi nun on one ol mi'
the district in rriincstcd to forward to I moat iniiMirtunt trunk lines. NoIkhI)
these lieniliiuarters n list of ileleuatrsiinil I hurt lint nil the Imiiiiniie eneriit the
alternates wnicn mnv have lieen or may I Koucr-iray irunst was smasnen up.
yet Ik' nppointcd. nt leust four ilny in Huy one. Sold liv dealers. Made hv 11.
nnvnnce oi mini district eonvcntlon.inor I Hoiuiiitree onu., nicnmoiin, va.
dt r to facilitate tlie iirocecdinmi of inid
cunvcntion. Hv order of the committee. I xo mo rooiic,
-. M. McI.on. Chairman I It him been known for Mine time that
1.x. Com. Ulh Conir. I list r let. I will he candidate Isrlore the demo
Asheville, fi. w AiiKiist 0, 1HU0. I cm tic county convention tor the nomina
tion for tlie other of auncriorlourt Llrrk
Itemocralle Convention. lot lluncomhc county. I have juit been
To thedemiKrncv ol lluncomliecountT : infiirmed thiit the report hat been circu-
IhIa.I hnl I afill Mn Mlu.la lu ff .lw.sa.n
fc .... iL. .1 . . I Hli liliu I will iiu n. (laiiril
n Hinniiipni ine nrrnocrniic imnr ... . u, i- 1. ,, , rti.! !.
oi iiitncomoe county will meet in the I adverse to me. I deaire to any that
court house in Asheville at 1 1 a. m.. on such a report noe mt a ureat injustice,
Snturdnv. AiiDustlt.'l. 1NIMI. for ihe nur. nubmittinK my claim! to the
, ' , .. . , , . . . . convenlion I connder that my
,s.se ... KKinK ucieRnte. to represent ,,,. i ,,,rtKwl to ilnnd br j,,
me county III the coiiKressionnl district choice, and if I am not the fortunate one
convention which meet! in thil city on 1 1 uluill not only not I a enndirinte, but
tv.iM.tr. k nt i i. I will support the nominee with nil the In-
nnte a candidate for the Filty-aecond command. I hope this will
conurest of the United Statee. lie aatiifactory to my Irlend..
Tlirsrvrrnl tnwnahina nl tlui mniil. n. K. IOIHO.
ond the teveral precincts of Affltevilfel . . v.I'l . -o July iln, lnini.
township, are hereby miucitcd to bold Ji"Ji""
CHE A TKIt mitnr a new bunncn:
h'NI.A KilliS many an oM huinel
KliVU'liS many a dull butincu;
ItliitCVliS many a hmt builntml
SA VliS many a tailing huiinen;
PKBSHK VliS many large butlntu;
SAVCriMf furcrm in any omintu.
their reniective meetinira on Saturday
AuKiist 10, inst., to select delrinte to
the county convention.
It is rrsjrctfiilly urued that the fullest
notice of tlie time and nine of these pri
maries be Riven so that all the people
who desire to co-operate with the demo
cratic party and supmrt the nominee of
toe convention may attend and nave full
voice in the selection of deleuates. Bv
order of the committee.
C, M. McLoiid, Chairman
Ex. Com, Buncombe county,
Asheville, N. C, August 6, 1800.
To adrtrtiM jurtkiounly, use th coA
umns of'Tbt Cltiten." Everybody rearfs
it: and In pmpoi tion to tnt returm It
rleMi adrei tsers, its rattt art tot tbeap
ft in tbtcouour.
AUGUST 7TII AND 8TII.
c:ic - OPF.RA
t'NIlliM Tllll M.tN.M'.ltMli.NT lll'TMU
iimriAXh cJCMhwr ami
Foi-siiinplc tf work woTilt
WalkH in front of Unysor &
crn Ciirolinii Hank. Fort'on-
eii'te IJlot'k Walk stt tlitit ii
front tf CariniciarH Dniu
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
Portland ami Donipstit ('-
iin'iit, riastcr and Liino for
C. K. MOODY.
onicv No. jo Pnlton Avenue.
TKI.IvPltnNI! Ml. U
Wnrcliolise mill Pin" ry mar Itim, T
ph. mt T.'l
I'I IK Tlllt IIKNItl'IT III'
THE MISSION HOSPITAL
ANII Til K
UHANII CIIOKl H III'
50 zzuFIFTY VOICES.: 50
FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT.
.HNIllll COHTI'MKM ANII 111 IHIIHOI H
HCKNItHV. I'OPI'I.AK PMICKH.
Tleltrts on snle st Hswyer's on anil after
Mmnlliy. August 4.
TYLER DESKS 200 New Style.
TTLIS I0VAL TTrl wRITIR OABtHBTS. TA
LIS. OIAIRS. BOOKCASES, A... SI RalMluui
S BPMI4I UIMMSU, OSUlOfM fOT IH0 WM4j,
ISO SMM. Ulu.tr Ul. Bok frasi FoaUe 10s,
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
rtrs-Mllslftr Myl. OmIH m WrU. llltMlral H rvWl
IIVrMW r-r1 "Mtr It
1 ptrtH trt as) 4 1
ITLEB DESK CO.,
T. 10011, M0., V I A.
The North Carolina College
OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS
WILL IIHIll ITM all KHHION HHPT. .
The new snit Imwe shnntiulldlnm for work-
ins In Iron unit wnnft will lie rrsilv for nreu-
intlnn, sml all the departments are enulpiwl
or thornns-H work Usnensrssre less ihsn
In any slmllnr eullrire In eilstence. Msny
mrmlieni nl the Prrshmnn elnss are alresily
employrd si rentunrratlve snlsrlrs far lur
iner finroi'tiiHrs Miiuress
AI.IIXANIIIIK U. HIIL,I.AnA, rre.,
KslelKh, N. 0.
The celrhrnt-Ht atmlhern Priie Turnln. rs
prrlNlly simhI for winter use sntl frir arrens.
Mend 10 mil. In silver or slsmns to In
f irphans anil art 1 full oanee, or S ounces lor
dn rents, ouaraniren senuinv aeier to j.
. Myers, M. U. Aleinmlcr and Mcli Watklns.
HBV. B, A. OHIIOHNK,
SOT North Oraham Blrecl, Charlotte, N. C.
STAUNTON MILITAHV ACADRMY for
ynans men and hoys. For lllvatraled
eataln-r-w address Btaantoa Military Acad
eme, aianntos, Va.
CumiKiund OtyKrn and MrilleatcdlWalsam
VnMir has proved mure auen'ssful in the treat
ment of diseases of the nose, thrunt and Minus
than all other remedies eonililntd. It seldom
lulls In any case of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the lour years we have I wen
In Asheville who had ipvcn up nil hope. Call
at nurolllcc nnd we will Rive yuu their names
We also make a siH-dnlty nf discuses of the
rectum. If you are nflllelcil with Piles come
and net relief. No puln or loss of time from
business. Krlicf otitatned nt once, and no
return, aa we make a radical cure.
DA I.HAM ANIMIXYOUN IIOMU T Kit AT
MUNT. We have s home treatment that Is very ef
fective In nil diseases nf the air passages. We
have prcscrllsnl hundreds of these home
treatments and sent them in every Htale In
Ihe Pnlnn and mme wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also eiplslnlnu our treatment, sent tnt
on application. Also a list nf questions (tors
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending- lor home treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable us
to make a correct diagnosis of each case.
We have treated many hundred cases with
the Comoound Osydrn snd Balsam and have
never had a case to have hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let your prejudice keep yau away,
but come and eiamlat for yourself. Better
eacrfnee prejudice thaa your Iln. Consulta
OIHcs over Coshy's lewelry more, near
Grand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenue, Ashe
vllle, N. C. ,
T. J. HARUAIf, M. D.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than one ton at factory..... per hundred
In quantities not less than one hull ton lit factory
oo pounds, no tickets, 10 pounds each ''' "
7oo ' 2H an "
700 " 18 " 80 ' " J
tooo ' 10 " 100 " " '
. No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the ofliec of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL, AT RETAIL.
For Urate, s-oo. II For tUovee, 4-5.
BEST ANT1IHAC1TE COAL
Tor Hale nt Wholctmlc ami Kt-tull by
ASHEVILLE ICE AMD COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Useliisive Agents (lioniestie and HUaml lor Western North Carolina.
L.HWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
L. P. McLOPV, Vice-I'res.
. B. RANKIN, Ca.ihier
InascToss. Lewis Muridus, M.J. Ileardcn, M.J. Fogg, J. B. Kankin, J, B. Kay, J. II. Ketil
8. H. Kecd, Geo. b. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
2 WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ilrganiied May 1st, 1MHH.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State County aul,CU Depository
Doea a UcneraJ Hankiaix BuaincH. IXhjhIU received. Uxi-tatuiKi' buuxht mid Mild. Lou
Icvtiona ntadr on all avtaillr (Miinta. The Having feature will receive K-ciMl alteiilioit.
unall aumt in tbla depart meat, depuaited for four montna or loaer, tntvreat at the ratv
Of 4 per cent, per annum will tK paid.
Hpedal attention (riven to toana on real catatc. wblvb will be placed for long time on real
Open Imm U a. m. to a p. m. On Mutunluya the ShvIiik iK-portnitnt will bi oH-ntill H p. ih.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 Haywood street.
All WATER THOHOKiHLY HLTEKED oil the PreiulHtria.
Twcnty-Avc year ol practical eiteHcnce, ronihiued with pkkmnal attention to alt tit
talla of the. bunineaa and perfect arrunuementa far ci.k an tiNRiui and rim it v ol all K"da
mannfactured. enntde the proprietor to pntient to hi nunicroua patrona a auerior el una ot.
Yichy and Seltzer Water in SipliunH..
Ginger Ale and all the various Mayors nl HoliA WATUK ready tor shipment and 0flcrl
tree In Cltyjimits. Out ol to-n onlcrs must hnve;sKspoNsinLS retercnee.
C. H. CAMPHHLL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
Kuoiuh In Cottaj c: Upcti tJie fmunili With
TAHLE IJOAllI) AT IIOTKL.
- Pi; ICES FROMz:.-
$ia.o TO 14.00.
---P E H WtiEK . - -
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
si 1I03IK IN-
hA,V,I' l(,U,M',n1 ,ot ft0ft,ltn ahiidv itnivrbv
A n'ilet plniv. hluh. dry, Itne Vri nn, K,MM v.
! ?"tTrwf'' d ulth widr atrerta-Nl mrun v.ura
ille. Two lsmhI nrw
Hkyfnnd Mpriiiua I- n new and m.t...lHr J
uj nww iur a votiiiKC or
hutrla, driMit. dxdv
tmrt Hnd iMiund to tfruw.
a nn Invratnirni.
H,,4"r,cvT A"hrl 10a. m. and return at 7
fell 11 dtn
OTIS A. MILLKlt,
Hkylmid P. ., N. C.
SKVLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C
Klht Mllc Houlh of Aahevllle, on the A. A H. RnltroHtf.
New hotels, new cuttaiira. new furnllure. braulllul n.ers.n... i,..i. . .
bjmmI livery. ......
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
While Mul.hur. Alum. KI.Kne.la, Iron ami tlismm. Th.ss, 2.ki-. iJ..
7.rn,t..J',I"0, """"" ",r"""nl ""r,"nrt MKk ,Uh"l,B
E. A. LeVENE,
AahcTlllc, N. C.
Near PaaiMMigcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mansiaeturers .oil liealers Is sll klml. ol "
I liralcni Is all kinds ot IhsumI
Door, -ah, Blinds, Mouldlns:., Hl.lrwork, MaiilcU, Bank
- .... . ..r,...au tuna or Building material.
lard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
aoetdly TclCDhun. Mn .a. '
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN otrpft inmiT .
nuww I NUUU9I 17,
And until that date w III KJ ,,. 10 ,wr wflt
vantavc of the low prices,
Just sr. our lars. Towel at lay, eU snd He hy. Our M Inch Table Linen at 4H eta.
Don't fnrgrtl Look out and took In I
Asheville Dry Good Co.,
J. O. H0WHLL, Maaacw.