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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1890.
NO WELLS, NO TYPHOID.
CITY PHVUCANI TALK OF
AMIKVIEXB WELL WATER.
What They Hay to Say on (tola all
Important Bublect Every Cane
of Typhoid Fever lu Tola City
Can be Traced to Home Old Well.
The article which appeared in yester
day's Citizen concerning the thirty-eight
cases of typhoid fever said to have been
canned by the use of witter from a well in
the rear of the Graham & Company
plant cansed no little remark. That so
many cases of genuine typhoid have been
caused by the one well is generally
t tl 7m
Patience at the Grand to-nlgh
There was no mayor's court
There were 150 arrivals at the prliid
put hotels yesterday.
The Misses Westfcltlt of Fletcher's are
at Mrs. T. M. Millers.
Mr. Geo. Heck has returned to the city
and is at the Battery.
THE GRAHAM LOT SALE.
GOOD LOTS AT GOOD PRICKS)
A Front of 914,000 In Two Months
Home galea Before the Aucllou
A Llat of the Lota with the
Price They Brought.
World's Fair Bill aliened.
Si'Ringi'ikud, III., August 7. The
Governor has signed the World's Fair
bill. The bill, linviuir an emergency
clause attached, will go into effect at
Index to New Advertisements.
IUkiikh Hilop Plum Levi.
1'iir Hunt ). I.. Mclliiniilil.
iMI'tlKTANT NllTICK II. I. Chilli.
Caki-kntkh. Wantkii llenrv C Hugill.
The auction sale of lots by Mr. C E.
Graham yesterday was one of the most
.mvanfnl vjt hM Im .Iim !., T...
Buttery Park hotel is so full thnt two I .i.. v u j
months ago the property was ourchnsed
for $40,000. Yesterday it brouiHit S511.-
The periormnnce of I'utiencc will begin 000. The lots lie west of Mcrrimou uve-
prAmptly at 8.80 o clock this evening. nuc and are locnted on Holland. Hiiih-
The four boxes for the opening of the I lund, Fulton, East, Seney and Chestnut
Six cxerlenccd workmen on tile limine liclng
mini iiv w. I. lioiiKllU'lluK, lit NtrilWDcrry
.1111. Afiiy on tne prcnniM'ii.
UU7 lint I1KNKY C. Ill'lilM,, Supt
doubted by several physicians. They do Grant to-night, brought $01) at the sale streets. Just previous to thenuetion lots
not think that there have been thnt many
cases in the citv this year. But that the
well has done its snare in contributing to
the sickness of the people who use it is
Several physicians were .ucstioncd yes
terday as to their opinions c nccrning
the wells in the city. Without an excep
tion they were vigorous in their demur
ciutions of the wuter obtained from them
und all were positive that they should
be filled up and that the different house
should be made to connect with the city
"There is 110 possible reason why there
should ever be a case of typhoid lever in
Ashevillc," suid Dr. . U. Williams when
asked for his opinion. "II the proier
sanitary laws were followed the disease
would Ik entirely unknown here. Every
case 1 have ever had I can trace directly
to the use of the wuter of some old well.
The cause of tvphoid fever is u germ and
when once 11 well is infected no nmiiunl
of denning drives it out; it isthere for all
tune. I Mere should not lie a well
"In the valleys of the Ohio and Missis.
sippi they are ull right. There the water
enters the ground, icrlmps miles uwuy
from the well und sinks down until it
comes to a vein which carries it to the
well. The water is thoroiiL-lilv tillered
by that time and the disease germs arc
"Here the water of the wells is only
surface water, and the rock formation i
such that the wells nre tilled with water
which comes no further than one
tlreil yards. It is imMssiblc to keep the
wells free from disease germs. Here tin
witter instead of slowly tillering through
iiir ground until it readies a vein run
uing tor miles, only goes deep enough ti
enter a vein running criendiciilur when
11 is curried to t lie well wlucli stops it.
The examination of the rock of tins en
tire section prove this."
in tne tiurtytiglit cases which wen
snitl to have been caused Iiv the one well
spoken of yesterday Dr. Williams had lm
doubts, although he wus satisfied that ii
tne wen were allowed to remain oiieutlu
cases thnt could be traced to it would
some duy reach that number.
"There is no reason lor there lieing u
cane 01 lypnoni lever in Aslicvillc, In
saul in conclusion, "and if the wells wen
tilled up there would be none.
Dr. W. D. Ililliurd admitted that ft
years he had declared war on wells. "I
have had only one case this year," !i
suid, "und that could be traced to 1)1
use of well wuter. II there were no welb
there would lie no typhoid lever. It ic
tne use 01 the water taken from wells that
causes much of the sickness in the citv."
Dr. Milliard was decidedly in favor' 01
any plan that would do itwnv with tin
use 01 these wells and slated that Iroui
the iMiuit ol looking only to the health u
tne citv it should lie done.
Dr. Charles Milliard concurred in tilt
opinion ot Ins brother.
"I have had three cases of typhoid fevci
this spring," he suid, "ull of them enn Is
traced directly to the use ol well wuter,
Dr. o. . Uattlc would not nurce thai
the wells were resHisihle for ull ol the
typhoid lever, Inn was prepared to ad
nut that they did their pun. "I havi
not had hut one cane ol tvnhoid fever ii.
a year," he suit). "There seems to me to
lie but little in the city. In my opinion
the dirty condition of the streets has
grcnt deal to do with the increase of tin
tliscusv, but there is no use denving tin
met inni 11 tiicrc were no wells then
would lie less typhoid fever. The welli
should be done away with entirely."
IT. I. A. naison will lirnt in tli f,mn.
ion that any one visiting the citv need
not be ulrnid of typhoid if they will drink
Prof Edward S. Jnyncs of the Univer
sity of South Carolina is the guest of Or,
W. D. Milliard on Spruce street.
Mr. Dravton Hastie and Miss Marie
Hnstie, of Flat Rock and Charleston,
S. C, are visiting Mr. H. T. Collins,
Rev. Dr. Thos, Myers, of Baltimore,
Md., is visiting the city, the guest of his
son, J. Norris Myers, 25 Davidson street
The boxes for Friday uight's enter
tainment will he auctioned off Friday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock at . P. Sawyer's
G. W. Wise, Miss Htittie Wise.Trcntor,
8. C, and C. G. Anderson mid wile
Charleston, are among recent nrrivuls at
the Grand Central.
Joseph W. Horner, the noted costunur
of New York, is in the city, hnvirg brought
with him the costumes to be used in the
presentation of Patience to-night.
Mr. D. D. Adnms and George F. Scott
leave to-duy for the G. A. K. annual en
campment at Boston, nnd will be ahsent
several weeks visiting Northern friends.
Mr. Arthur L. Robinson of Louisville
will give a Bible Rending for young men
at the Young Men's Christian Associn-
to-night at H:15 o'clock. All men are
Bishop Lyman reached Aslicvillc Inst
evening to enter upon his visitation
the western counties of the State. He is
it present the guest of Key. Dr. Bud at
H. Fairly, wife and child and Miss Mc-
Nuir, Luurinburg, South Cnrolinu; T. 11
Pace, Ornnge, Muss.; M. S. Grugu, Ches
ter, S. C; A. B. Bird, Greenville; nnd J
II. Humbert, Princeton, are at thcSwun
The regular monthly meeting of the
Free Kindergarten Association is iiosl-
itjiii-u mini lumicr nonce owing 10 me 1 4-1 M. E. Curler
loscnec 01 1 roicssor tinxion, aicmoer 43 I. (). Howell.
will be notified by postal of the next
Among the recent arrivals at the Hat
tcry Park nre Mrs. Chas. B. Mulone, ol
Savannah, Gn., Miss A. Pritchnrtol New
Orleans, F. Kundolf Curtis of Cumber
lundl.ap.J. F. Smith nnd wile of New
York, nnd Mrs. C. W. MillerofColumbin.
The name of lames W. Wert was unin
tentionally omitted from the list of can
didates for county offices published on
I nday. His name will lie before tin
democratic convention for the office ol
sujcrior court clerk.
number S, 6 and 30 were sold at private
sale for $8,400. The two former are on
Chestnut street ; the latter on Fulton
About 100 persons attended the sale und
the bidding was spirited. Prices, pur
chasers and lots are as follows;
LOT. Pl'RCHASKK, 01MBNIIONS. PRICK
8 D. D. Suttle 60x1700 $1,400.00
Cupt. Atkinson 100x170 4,000.00
1. B. Bostic 53x170
W. S. Cushman 54x170
Thco. Terrell 65xl57V4
Dr. Ware 55x140
D. D. Suttle 51x1311
C. F. Griffin 50x150
I. B. Bostic 50x140
Owinu to the chimin- in the ownership of
1 ne 1. iiizctl." It IN Itlimirillllt Hull till
count. Ibr .uhMcrlntion unci ndvcrliKiiiK clue
me .i(in t-unii.lllng 1.0, ne nc men at once,
II. 1. c'llll.ll,
au7dMtwlw UiuincHS Muuuuvr.
PLUM LEVI, Burber,
South Mnln street, over Colored llilliurcl anil
I'ooi K00111. I'rlee Sliitve, 111 ets.; Iiuir em,
in ets. ninetly white mun's shop.
27 Cnpt. Atkinson 50x18
" " 53x145
E. C. Banilmrdt 53x144
M. E. Curler 53x143
W. S. Cushman 53xl4t
" " 54x140
C. F. Griffin 52x1311
I). E. llnird 52x137
R.L. Graham 54x125
C. F. Griffin 53x125
W. S. Cushman 53x124
Cnpt. Atkinson 53x124
" " 50x120
J. B. Bostic 50x124
Cupt. Atkinson 72x171
Wm. Ilurnard 117x170
Three room cottage, No. So llnlley street.
u , u 1 w- o. 1.. Aiei'i.inAl.u,
I). D. Suttle
Dr. E. Baird
02 " "
00 J. (). Howell
52 I. 15. Knv
51 1. . Smith
50 K. K. Hill
4!) I). S. Bull
48 K. L. Graham
40 L. Brown
45 J. II. Bostic,
30 C. F. Griffin,
41 D. D. Suttle,
53 M. E.Cnrter,
54 . C. Moore.
55 Jesse Sturnes.
." C. C. McCurty.
58 K. Iy. Grnham,
50 J. E. Kny,
On Natunlnv. Auiruat I). I will i..nmin. a.
plitanta lor positions as teachers in the Ashe
villi- Citr Kclioole. Hxunilnatiiin wilt lu-.il.
," o'clock In the Omnia- Street School,
1 nia is ior bom wnitc itml eoloml.
1. P. CLAXTON, Supt.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALEM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The Nllth Annual Session begins AukimI
.'Hth, txtio, KeKisu-r for lust year am. Sjk-
rial Icnturcs: I lie Uevelopment
Hesllh, Character nnd Intellect,
lluililiilKS thuriiUKhly remodeled. Fullv
equipped Preparatory'. ColU-Ktiitc nnd Post
Griiiliintc llepartiuciils, In-Hick. II ml elnss
schools In MumIc. Miisuiikcs, loin
luerclul and induHtrlal Mtudleu.
JOHN II. CLUWIiLI.. Principal.
An cxiH'rifiiifil whit Iloiiiu'tnflltl. wit
rooiI rtlviiuix-it. Whmcm, JflTi kt month.
Apply to i'. o. uux ana.
A tm-rvontiH' btitint'HH. wHI cMtiihliMhtd.
nirc thaiicc tur purtiin ik'K rhiK to Ititulc in
Aubcvillv. Guutl rcuxun fur Kt-UinK. Apply to
auitndlm 1 U-kuI Uliick,
An cxncrii'nccf.l tlairvman. A iiood nnil txr
iiiunvni puituiun itr n tiniiH'u-ni ninn.
UUSU l'OH KHNT.
A partly furnished house, twentv-three
rouins, ouin r(M,ms, nui unil Volu water.
i-ossession 111 once.
uunullt InH CIIKnTXI'T ST.
Lnrue eool. airv rooms, house newlv fur.
nt -lied : kooiI tuhle. Heruis reusonuole. (in
street eur hue.
MK8.J. L. SMATIIIiKS.
Julyi'.Mnm ;iih ration Ave.
A twu horse upriKht eiiKine nil, I holler. Ap-
The names of the memlicrs of the Liuht
Infantry who are uttcudiiiK the Stale
lviicaitiiinent nre Cnpt. Merrick, Lieut.
KimlK-rly, Surgeon Meriwether, Chcse-
iKiroujjh, 1st SirK't. Wiiner, 2nd Ser'l
.Mcrnmon, 1st Corp.; Brown, 2nd Corp.
Rollins, 3rd Corp.; Wuiiiicr. 4th Corp.:
nnd privntes, Hlnnton, Baker. Burnett,
lluird, Brown, Collins, Dorset, FilZL'er-
aid, Israel, Lewis Ii.. Lewis VV Mullrr.
Knnkin W., Knukin A., Whitlock, Wood
cock, Woodcock 8.. W'envcr, Fulcnwi-
dcr, Perry, and Owens, Drummer.
Dr. Jc-nfcluH' Team Winn (60 ll
Two teams of the Aslicvillc Gun CI11I1
shot for n $00 prize just lielore the Gra
ham snle yesterdny. They were car
taincil Iiv Col. Lusk unit Dr. Jenkins n
sectively. The hitler team won hv live
Hints. The score is us follows
Lusk's Te.im: Lusk. 23: Sludcr.
Jordan, 111; Kepler, 10; Jones, 17; Atkin
son, a. 11., 14; Henderson, I.': tolul,
Dr. Jenkins' Team: Jcnitins, 23; Atkii
soii.lv. II., 13; Cnnnon, 15; Kevuolils.
22; Haruan, 10; Battle, 15; Brown, 111;
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
Uvuvral 1 IiiHurancc 1 AkviiI
Heur No. I'D South Main street.
Ashevillc, N. C
AUGUST 7TH AM) 8TII.
P. Bryan's) Kstperlence
in new Knicland tnla Snnimer.
city nnd not well wuter.
"There has not been a case of tvphoid I r. w,
ii. tiiy WNCrC 11 CfllinOt IK-
.V...W.I ... ....11 . 1... ....
who use only citv water do not Im.. th. T,,B Citizkn has received the following
diseuse," he continued, "and it is the I very inUrcstinK letter from Key. W. S. P.
city inspector's business to investigate I Brynn, of this city, dated at Norfolk, Va.,
in iiucveiun ana 11 ne linns wnnt tni- 1 .11,
pnysicnns allejje to Ije correct he should .,, npht. .... . .
close the wells up. Thut s what he isL 1 .renchcd here t" morning from
unil lor." I rroviacnce, 1
It Should be Stilted, in justice tr Mr I ull of us well. We will nn-v in v :..
..luoiiiii, wmi eonsinntiv nus inei,t,i fh mM, .nrik. ...u.i. ... ,
i..ni. i 1... 1 . .t I - iw in rein-
he made every nreourntion for rln.in,. tivc1' and 00 Frid,,y afternoon we hoi
wic wen reicrrea to in vmtcrilnv's L'iti. I umvc 111 nsncviiic.
kh, but those who used the wnter pro-l "Our visit to New linglnnd included a
t . . . . ""-""""H'V 't open stay within the limits of every State ex-
I ' I V..m..H. 1 .. CT 1 I ; .
,w .v. ,,. ,uu siiiriuni us it view not
only of city life ns in Boston and I'rovi-
It is nil indication thnt it is his first sin
when n man worries 11 lion t what others
will think. It is his second when he
worries about what thev will suv: Inn
the old sinner worries ulwut what thev
will do. Atchison Globe.
Bacon I never saw such a Icllow us
younit Render. He can't keep n dollar
hve minutes, l-.glwrt He can t ? "No.'
'Welt, I think he can. I lunned him $5 a
month ago, and he s sot it yet. Yonk-
COMIC . OPKKA
ItNIHtH THU MANAOKMHNT UK TUB
MKNDV.I.MHOHN Of ARTKTK.
In need of China. Glass. Cutlery. Plnted
Ware, Lamps, etc., call at Law's lor low
prices and fine goods.
FHK Tllli HKNlil'IT UP
THE MISSION HOSPITAL
OKANL) CHUKUS OP
A Need of Anhevllle.
I Hrne hut fllsnol Blflilirlifin lif nfr C,.,nm.. I
t?,i:. i :.: 1 . , . ,1 . . 1. , , . . ..1 I
n ureiii neeu 01 asiic- I scuei, niaroicncnn, not snort. York Mar.
vine is well munnueil suburban boiird nu '" ' omirct, newport, we. we were
I HiHiihl s A .. 'lL it
Houses. The minority of summer iMinrrl.
K9tTGnKinecrseurn from$H00 to 92,00(1
n year. 1 ake two years course nt Trm
ity College. Necessary expenses $175 u
yenr. norrow tne money.
iFIFTY VOICES.: 50
FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT.
A Mew Mosul to HUM.
If you are wise and wish to Income
brought into contact with the neonle of I henlthv nnd
ert urefer to be a short rii.i ,..-. ;., .1,.. " .""-""""", ," pnysicmns. boiict Mng or riicctnc ugnt Hour; 0c
erpreier 10 oc a snort distance lit the I ministers, nersons of leisure us wll n. on in. i.i,.ai. m;ii;.. ,-.......
mnnlr. .: .l j" .1.: " , V , . . . . . "V ""I'""J
' " "j"y inline, imi sim ui imuiqi wim inc people i nour is not only tue nest out tnecneouest
line scenery, anil out door exercise, free I wnl no unl" lne mo,t pleasant nut also
from the observation of passers by. 'J" mo,t. intru'v V"t of our trip.
' i riir line, i nm nntmtvn in tmiiv tn ih
I lain, simple, well cooked food, eon- kindly, ireninl and cnrHinl t,m,J.rm,n.
sisting chiefly of uood bread nnd butter ol New Emriiinders. The nnvulnritv nml
and freshly gnthered vegetnbles and fruit, reticence which are sometimes suid to
is ine sniisinciory oici. mark mat section were eonsnk-unus v
If, instead of fa rue expensive hnirla I absent in our intrrenurv lfhtk.
i..... ..r.i'. . ,. r'l.., i ! , .......... "-;-
m.ii u ui iorcr or tour iiounrs per I pe unn, insteuu, we were received with
81'I.HNIIin COSTITMB8 AND UOKOKOUS
SCIiNBRV. l'OI'UI.AK PR1CB8.
Tickets on sale nt Sawyer's on ami after
Momlny, Auirust 4.
A II H Dallrnarf Wm.W
.V.V !j- i . occurred several days ugo on one ol ou-
most important trunk lines. Noboili
hurt hut ull the bnggngc except the
Kollcr-Tray Trunks was smashed up.
nur one. ooiu uy ueuicrs. Ainnc I)V 11.
W. Koundtrec & Bros., Richmond, Va.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Sloves and Tinware
PLUMBING, GAS ANO (TEAN FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 811! US I'OR I'AMILY
AND IIOTHU USI1
Unuranleed to bo tsortn Proof.
A LI, HIZKS KKPT IN STOCK.
I'OIITLAXI) CEMENT AND
TILE AND CONCRETE
Foi-Hiiniple of work BoeTih1
Walks in front of lln.vsor &
ern Curolina Hunk. For Con
crete Mode Walk 8(H) tllflt III
front of Canniplinel's Drug
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
Portland and Domostic Ce.
nient, Piaster and Lime for
C. E. MOODY.
Office No.jo ration Avenue
THI.KI'IIIINK NO. o
Warehouse ami Piie:- ry m-iir l"ci.t
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than one ton at lui tory
In quantities nut Im than one hulf ton ut liu-tory
600 pounds, no tickets, 10 pounds each
too " an " as
7S0 IS " SO ' "
1IIO0 " 10 " 100 "
Tliin i now on isie st the office of the
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets
Asheville Ice & Coal Company
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Fattou ivenne.
JEJUL1CO C? l AT RETAIL.
For Urate, H5.00.ll For Stoves), $4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For HMltf ai Wliulenaic uud Kvtuil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AMD COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxclu.ive Agents I Dome, tic and Steaai I lor Western North Carolina.
UltWln MADDUX, Pras
L. P. McLUlllt. Viee-Prcs.
. B. KANK1N, Cuahisr ,
Uisbctoss:- Lewii Maddux, M.J. Bearden, M.J. PagK, J. B. Kankin, I. B. Kst, I. B. Kei.il
Powell, C. M. McLoud.
S. U. Meed. Oeo. 8. Powell,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Organlied May 1st, 1SSB.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,$15,00O
Stale, County and, City Uepottitory.
Docs a General Banking Basisess. I)cio4U reedved. Bxcbaniie bought and sold. Cut
lection, made on all aecmslble points. The Saving Feature will receive special attentlou.
On oil sums la this deportment, deposited for four months or longer, interest at the run
ol percent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed for long time on real
Open trom W a. m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till p. m.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED oil the Premtoess.
Twcntjr-flvc years ol practical eiperience. coiiibined with rsssoKaL attcntlva. to all di ..
tails of the bu.lneaa and pcrtcct arrangenients f.r clhini.inhu und Mikity ol all uoihIoi
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his nuimrous patrons a superior clow 01
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons,
Ginger Ale and all the various flavors ol SODA WATBK ready lor hlpmcnt and dtrrntml
nee In Clty.llmlU. Out of town orders must havrKSPONUBLB reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS,. C.
RotuiiH in Cottare-i Up 11 the C? rounds Vit!i
TABLE 130ARD AT HOTEL.
- --PRICES FROM. --
$ia.co TO (11.00
"P E R WEEK -
To Ilia Public.
It hns been known fur some time thnt
I will be a candidate before the demo-
dny, our cnnitnlists would build a ornn- cnidiulitv evervwliere unrt with im.ri I
01 picnsnniiy locnteu Doiinlinif houses tnat frew when it wns known thnt we
wim unMicru conveniences, where, ut were irom tne soutn. There wns, be
from thirty to fifty dollars iier month, sides this, lively svmunthv with us in
thirty or forty iHinrders could lie aixom- the socinl and political difficulties which crntic county convention for the noniinn
n..,una, nicy wou. 1 meet t lie wants of encimpnss us and a sense on the pnrt ol tion for the office of SuperiorCourt Clerk
visitors from North and South. Snrh our ncounintnnces of the irivntnru n rn 1 ... T ...... L
IL . f 1 l,u.t.ronl,,l r nine these difficulties and of confidence in us informed that the report hns been circu-
months, i not for the entire venr, nnd for brethren and Icllow citizens to whom Inted that 1 will not abide by the decision
wnnt ol them mnnv persons lenvc Ashe- the solution of these problems could be ol the convention in ense its decision is
TYLER DESKS-200 New Styles.
BUB, CHAIRS, BOOK OASES, at RIiim4 R.U.
ii PWOI'ultount' u.uiofM ror isw saw naoy,
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
. W'l'rx ... M ,H llwpwn, Bwk rrr.i PmIot It lfc
XILSA DESK gg., BT. LOUIS, DO., O.i.A.
ville hopinK to lindthcni elsewhere.
The) Criminal Court.
rViimis Grnme, a youthful colored of-
The North Carolina College
OF AGRICULTURE ANO MECHANIC ARTS
ann ouirnt to oe icit. arf.. i ... t i ....
"Asheville is well known throughout such a report doe ms a irreat injustice. WILL, niton 1T8 ua 8HI0N BBPT 4.
New UnRUnd. Many told os of their In submittinK my claims to the
Sw,w"ito. ? .Con,ide' nat W The new and large ahonbu.ldina. ftw,k,
CA.. t 1... -e . I " , Vv 7 . .. .. were nonor is pieneea to stand br its Ins in Iron nnrtwono wii he n-.ri. f..-
. , u, inrecny, enKcr ior iniormntion about .the climate, choice, and if lam not the fortunate one pstlon, ami nil the department, are equipped
wns sentenced by Judge Moore Wednes- the prospects and the facilities for enter-1 1 shall not onlv not ha a ra,,Hi,lni h "T thorough work baiienaea are lc than
day to si, months in juil, and to pay "'11!"..'!! !mi!nent P'T"" ,uPrrt tfo nominee with " th hA..rth. reX.n" e" .rT"
line 01 920 dollars. I V' . a Vu i . ""': "uenet 1 enn commnnu. 1 nope cms will ""i""J" remunernuee suisnes
MtD.....i.L,i . 1. , '"".r" "iisij wiiiiCT uuu in- oe saiisiactory to my inends.
litkert Kay was tried on a charw of nuired very close t about Ashev e. At ' ' ui d v
j .... ... ... IC: ,.1 .7 . . . . . I . 11. iwni
mivciijr snu ununiea, unn Koiicrt Kny, reiiueae 1 gave mm a nsi 01 our noteis Asheville, N. C. July 28. 18U0.
wno several montns ago norrowedone of C T 1 . " ' juiyisuawim.
Dr. Unttle's horses for ride was tried
ther pnrtii-ulara aildre.M
A1.11AAN1IBK U. HOLLAPAv, Pres.,
Hal.lffh. k. r
In the cases against E. H. Neis.chn-ged
with selling liquor at the Cosmopolitan
Club without licence, Judge Moore with
held hit decision.
ing bouses, for use in advising- hit db-
tients. The general opinion in New En-
ginna 11 tnat the winters are too severe
lor weak lungs and tender throat.
the possibility of a visit to Asheville Is
I considered very carefully.
'There are many things we could well
learotrom new England and I would
I that the neonle nf the ln
A telegram announces the death of Dr. be brought together oftener in friendly
John Doyd, a prominent physician of Intercourse. Bitch intercourse would dls- To mdvertiit judiciously, use the col-
Oreenville, Tenn., which occurred yester- r7" uiVT; iLtZ ' ui 7"' '""-iiisen. areryooay resos Idtaunton mii.itaky acadbmv for
da Dr Ho vd was a brother of Vf ra A i.w muniun wns in: ana in propot tion to tnt tetuFtIB If I youna men and boys. For lllu.trated
. I'. lw'"7a1WM,tnwofM"-A' between us and the many and great ricM, dn,tin,iu rates are tAe cW c,t",,lr" " nuitar, Ad-
1. umir 01 iuis cur. senses in waico wc are one." I ase in em enuitti . T"."?"!,.,i'
CUBA TBS many a new busmen;
UNL.AKUtiS many an old butiiKtta;
a vi ruo many a auu Dusineu;
aULlM many a loit butincw;
BA VliS manv at lailinc hmmr!
PRESERVES many a large buBinen;
oii. UKua auccete in any ouuneu.
The eelelirnted aonlheni Mt. Tumln ...
peelally ood for winter uat and for greens.
Bend 10 cents In silver or atamna It, the
''rphans and set I full onnce, or 8 ounces ror
SO cent.. Ouaranteed aenulne Kefer to J.
Myers, II. B. Alesanrier and Mcl) Watklns.
KH V. K. A. OHIIOKNK,
SOT North Oraham St reel
-t, Charlotte, N. C.
Compound Oiygea and Medicated. Balum
Vupor has proved mors snecessfulH) the treat
ment of diseases of the nose, throat and lunir.
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
lolls in any case of Asthma. W have cured
many people In the four years ws havs ben
In Asheville who had given up all hope. Call
at ourofllee and we will give you their name.
We also make a specialty of diseases of the
rectum. If you arc afflicted with Piles come
and get relief. N. pain or loss of time from
business. Relief obtained at oaee, and no
return, as wc make a radical cure.
BALM AM AND OXV0KN HUMB THBAT
We have a home treatment that Is very ef
fective In sll diseases of the air passages. We
have prescribed hundreds of these home
treatments snd sent them In every State In
the Union and some wonderful cares have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
sad also captaining our treatment, sent free
on application. Also a list of questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor boms treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable ns
to make a correct diagnosis of each case.
We have treated many, hundred cases with
the Compound Oxyden and Balsam and have
never bad a case to havs hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment
Don't let your prejudice keep y.u away,
nut come and examine for yourself. Better
ocrldce prejudice than your Ills. Consulta
Offlce over Coshy's Tewelry store, near
Orand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenue, Ashe
ville, N. C.
T. J. HARGAIf, H. D.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S, RAILROAD.
A rtOMIi. IN-
AlovJy building lot Hondo fei t In .WW Krovebv
the flnest mineral aprtnir. In the Houlh nt Sill to loo,
A uulet place, hls-h. dry. line views ami K"hI socirtv
JVjTr . 1 '!"' "i""" ''' strcct.-ll an avenue,
loo feet wide. Twu . ood new hotel., itrpot, daily
malls, etc. Hkyland Hprings la a new and impulnr re
sort and bound to grow, lluy nuw for a eottuue or
aa an investment.
Train, lenve A.brTille at B.10 a. m. and return at T
p. m. 115 cents,
OTIS A. MILLER,
fc',n dnm Skylaud P. o., N. C.
8KYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KIKht Mile. Houlh of A.uevlllc, on tbe A. Ut H. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful Krovea.neat tani. .....1
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
White Sulphur, Alum, Mmmeala, Iron and lluaom. Those acrkinU tjZuZ' .. ...
zzzzle. Bot m 10 v",to, tmnt "ort"j drt-k ut
AahCTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.
Moaalacturers and Dealer, la all kinds of Dressed
Near Passenger Depot.
Door, Ba.h, Blinds, Moulding., Stalrwork, Manlela, Bank
nd Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Huiirii..o-
a w. . . - ".....
nuru nooa Lumber Work
0 14 , Tolephona Mo. s.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN strfct absm,-.
nuww nuuuaT 17,
And until that dnte will sell all good, at 10 per cent, on cost. You wilt do well to take d
vantage of the low prices.
Just see our large Towel at la cts and b, happy. Our oa Inch Tabl. Linen at 48 ets.
Don't forget I Look out and look In I
Aaheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. H0WBLL, Manager,
1 1 jaocowsm