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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 18JX).
IT RESTS WITH THEM.
NORTH CAROLINA CHF.RO
KKKH MAY Ii:CIK IT VKT.
A Soil of a Chief TalkH fur AHhe-
vllllana-Wliat He Han lo Hay of
the WeMtem Hand of ClierokeeH
A tall, diK'iilicd ami strikingly liuml
souie yumiK innn strolled around tin
streets nf Asheville ycslcrtliiy. It was
K. II. Smith, son tif Chief Smith of the
Clicrokccs, and he was just returning
from the Indian Territory, where lie has
lieen fur the last nine mouths. He left
this nioriiinn lor Cherokee, where he
will SKU(I at least part of the yem with
his father, Mr. Smith is hut -H years
old hut for 11 iu past two years lie has oe
copied the position of teaeher union", the
western trilic and siuee Novemlier last
has had chaise ol a pulilie sehool a few
miles from Tahleipiah, the capital of the
Nation. His present visit to North Car
olina is in the interest of the removal cl
the portion of thetrilie in this State lo
llie territory, ami lie expressed himselfas
unreservedly in favor of the move iu case
tile present Iroiililcs with, the superin
tendent ol schools iu Cherokee cannot Ih
satisfaetorilv adjusted. More than thai
Mr. Smith's lile unioiuj the Western trilic
has taught him that they have far U t
tor advantages than the North Carolina
lianil. They have the free sehool system
and coiiseipicnllv are lietler cilncatci!
ami then sin roiiudins tiavcloiijjlit lliem
iuilepeiiileiiec anil tliey area frugal, hard
wotkiui:, ainbitioiis ik-oiiIc,
Last uiiilil he liech 'discussed the situ
iition with a i'i i ii n reporter.
" The census which has just liccu takei.
in the Naliou,' lie said, "will show a poj
illation ol .Ti.Oon people. HI these li.iini
arc of school aye uiid ilircc-lointlis
tlicinare nlti'inliim school. 1 lo. v art
iitioil sludc'its, arc aniliilions for succcs!
ami aianv aspire lo and till the dillcrciit
prolcssious ami arc an honor to lliciu
I hev arc sell-supporiiu, lor the most
part tfovcru tlicuiselvcs ami .arc a veil
couteiited iicople. The manners and ens
loins aic those ol' the wlntcs and iu all o
the larcer cities, sociclv, which is com
posed ol Hit Indians, is as ijooil as it
anywhere, laliicatiou is t lie only key thai
admits the applicant. The K-oplc havt
icaiiicil that kuowlciljc is power am.
tin v ate rapidlv cdacaliuii.
"That is mst whal niv people," he con
tinued, "ni'cil ami it tliev were located
l lie Nation, surrounded iiy tile evidences
ol civilialioti, lin e would sunn see tin
contrast ami the result would lie tha
Ihcv would lnviiiiic, as the wcslirn trilic
an honor to the race.'
Mr. Smith U-licvcsih.it the present lam!
can lie ihsposi( or it the move is occnlct
upon. Tlicv now Imlil a deed Iroill the
uovcriimcul ami it milv rcouires the ei
scut of the n'oplc lo make the sale Ic'al
Itut il that const ill is iitit civcn, he U'
licves that ihc lauds now lKldincomuioi
can Ik divided, that those' wishing lo
wi'St can sell and Uic ninauidcr live
liieir iroK'ity lie apprciicinlsiioiioulili
over tlic oisoositioii oi Uic laud.
"The division ol tin council which ill, els
iu iiitolur is ol consnh ralilc more iui
tMrtauce than is i;eiicrallv known," hi
said, "li the) vote thai the trilic sllal
uo west it pr.iclicoiU scllicsllic otlisltoi
ol the election of the net duel. Ni xi
week the tioiiiinaiioiis are lo Ik made in
the teiiitorv. Ciuci Macs will no doulii
Is ic'iioiuiuaud iiy inc Imw iiin pnriv
and lliislivlii.nl l'v the Nationalists. Tin
election will not Itc hi Id until ncM veai .
and the result is now a 1411111011. n Mats
ui.iioritv Winn he rail It lore was Inn
l'... The voles ol the North Caiohn.
Iiaud will ilivulc il. and I hev will yi
solidly lor one ol l lie two partus. Theii
the election ol Mais or Itiishyhe-ad will
have a (jical deal to do Willi I lie I iiilctl
Slates oiiiainiiii; possession ui the Cher
okee lands. I iiiiir Mays lliere is no ios
si'ulilv ot its lieiiii! ceded to llie uovcrn-
uienl tiii'iss In liree. HI Itusiivucad's
poHiiioii, it is mil so cirl.iin. So Hie
N.o lli Caioliua oanil inavihehle w lulhii
tliat country wiii ever lie oiciicl It
A lioul the reported sale ol llicCluro
kec si i ip lo an r.ulish svmht-atc lor s:t
an acre, Mr. Sunt li savs that the mai
ler is vcl iiiiilcciiictl. I hv c;iiwriiiiicut
claims thai luc liniiaiis nave no njjul to
sell il, and the division ol the courts ol
law will divide I he ipiestiou. It is his
opinion that il the law says the Indians
may sell the Inliil that tin V w illilo it.
"Chiel Stiul li is yoiui out to the coun
try this summer." he said, "and if lie
timls lliiiij,'s as it has Isvn rcpieseutcd to
lilin ami so reHrls lo the council, llicy
w ill proluilih vote lor the trilic to leave
mill L I uy w ill go."
I'orecnat till elicht a. ni. Munday i
Wenterly wlndN, Hliltlonary tem
The July term of the criminal court is
There were seventy-five arrivals nt the
Glen Rock yesterday.
A matinee HTforniaiiec of I'atience was
Kiven ut The liriinil this afternoon.
Judjje Fred C. Phillips will sit at the
August term of the siiierior court which
convenes next week.
The republicans arc IwltliiiK n town
ship couveiitiiin this afternoon to elect
delegates to the county convention.
A ineetiiiK of the Flower Mission is to
lie held Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
All the inciiiliers arc reiiicsled to be
I'r, Weaver has sent sonic of the water
from the well iu the mir of the Orulmni
laclory to the State chemist. A juj of
city water was sent on at llie same time.
L. II. Southard, lonnil Kapids, Mich.,
Charles II. Adams, New York; M. U.
Wharton, MontKoincrv, Ala., anil W. I,.
Walker and J. C. Anjjier, I Mil ium, are lit
A iiicetinj; of old students of the Slate
I'liivcrsily will be held iu the V. M C, A
rooms at S::i(l o'clock on Tuesdav even
inij for the purpose of oi')auiitiK
Mrs. K. M. Miller nnd her tlmiluc
who have been sciidiiiu the past winter
ami sprint.' in Ashcvillc, lelt to-dav lor
Aiden where they will remain dining Au-
Kiist ami a pai l ol September.
T. II. Cukcr anil wile. Society Hill,
I.; Miss Uncut and Miss Mamie Uncut
of Itcaiiforl. and Miss (lucks, Miss Car
asso, Miss Jones nnd Miss Kvans, ol
Columbia: and Misses Majjijic and Cms
ie .Naylc, ol New Orleans, are at the
All men arc invilcd lo allcml the soim
serviev and cv.iiiclistic lliblc sliulv
which will lie held at the Voiiiik Men
Christian Association rooms. Jf, ratton
ivciiuc to-morrow ultiriiooiintro'clock
Sulijivt ol lliblc sliulv: "One morcoi
ortiniiiy, l.ukc HI: l-'.i.
I'. J. I lolconilie, ,,l Hanvillc. Vii.; Mr,
ind Mrs. Frank Miller. I isville; C. M
1 1. ire I iiiy and family, Franklin, O.; Mrs.
O. I.cc Wllitche.nl and MissC. I.. While
head, Norfolk. Va.; and Mrs. Mallie Oil-
lespic and sou, Itiriiiiucham, Ala., lire re
cent arrivals at the llallerv I'ark.
ATTEND THE PRIMARIES.
CAI.I.IvO FOR Al'U. JJ.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
ahiii;vii.i.i: "WHiri;.! !',"
I'he llimdred IMillor Aski'tl l or
1 linl rurpiiM',
duly four iiuiiiIkts of the Hoard ol
Aldermen were present at the nicctiii
last evening and only roimtiiie business
was transacled, Mr. T.J. Slarnes asked
lor srilllsioii iu build n wooden add
lion to his store Iioiim- iu the liable blink
on South Main street. The city building
iusjicvtor ami a sKvial eouiimllce com
siseil of Aldermen I'ilpalrick anil Miller
will decide the momentous ipiesiioii,
Or. 0. T. Miller asked for the construe
lion oi a water ami sewer line alonu
Oranuc street and in behalf of the sehool
coiniuittee, I hut the trane street mIiooI
Is' iiiiiueeted with the sewer svstem. Tin
mailer is now in the hands of the com
niuttvoii water mid sewers.
A proposition Iroin llalhird. k'ieh K-
llovee to lay a line ol four water piss on
v.iiesinui street miweeii .Mcmiiioti uve
nuc mill iioiianii, lor which llie city was
to pa v in one and two years lime with
interest nt six ier win. was rcicrrcil to
the committee on water and sewers.
Mr. Morgan asked lor the os.-uiii) of
n new sircci irnm nniiey mar the "Kill
House to Hie proposed extension of
Grove street. The siiicriiileiiilciit ol
street was instructed to perform the
I)r. Kiiijf, who represents the Amenenii
Journal of Surgery asked the board to
iiiiiiriipruiie ip.ioo nir ft write-unoi .isne
villc in his piis'r, mill which would lie
llistrilllltnl hi everv Stale and lerr lure
Mayor lllanton and Aldermen Wolte mid
rulliam were iippointed in report nt the
next meet mi.
Mr. I'ulcu wider also wantrd to adver
tise the city. He had prepared nn article
on Asbevillc which he told the lloiird he
would Insert in n directory lie isticMiiiK
up, If he too received n inn'iiev considera
tion, it was ri'lcrrcd to the nine com'
trittec tluit has elm rye of the Kiu in at
The question of repnirsnt tlieolil res
ervoir was referred to n committee coin-
Giseil of Aldermen Wolle, I'ilpati ick nnd
illcr with mwcr to net.
To Insure cIiiiiikc of mlverlisenients
ronninft on regular contract, copy must
be bunded In by 10 o'clm k . m.
Norlh Asheeille Metholisl Cliiuell-
I livinc scrviic at II o'clock Smtdav con
liicu-d bv C. M. Caini'lsll. iiastor.
I'iil Haptisl Cliiuch The usual Sal
b.tili scrvuvs at II a m. ,in.l s p. m., the
Iiastor. Kev. U . A. Ni stn, olheiatini:.
French lln.ad liaplist Church Rev
Kich.ii'l Welr.i. ol Savannah, t'.a., will
preach at 1 1 a. in. Ihc pastor at S.l.'i
Kiv. rsulc Methodist Church I livine
service Niuiin mori.inu nt II o'clock
iiidiiced by l!ev. W . M. Knr, mid :l.i
p. m. Iiv the past. r.
rriniiy lipiiopal Clinrch Morning
wivi at II o i loc k. Sermon by the
llisliop. Fviuinu scrviiv al ,"i o'cliH-k.
mil coiilirm.il ion; seals lice, all cordially
First I'resbylcii.in Church Kev. V. S.
I'. Hrv.'in pastor. Iiiviuc worship lo-
morrow al 1 1 a. in., ami S:.'lu p in. Sab
bath school at tl:,i a. ill. Viiuiij! jh'ii
pics' iuccliii at 7: 1." p. in.
Central Methodist Cluircli Suiiihiv
school at si.an . i in. I'lvacliiuu at 1 1 a.
m. by the pislor Rev. ('. C. Rankin.
Soiic service ami lliblc rending at S.,'lo
A Peculiar Accident.
An employe at the Vmiilerbill estate
named Khdcs was thrown Iroin a horse
while crossing the river near that place
ami seriously injured. Rhodes wilh an
other man had iu. Hinted the animal to
m titer to cross the river. It was liar
uisscd. hen near the middle of the
stream n nun was fired Iroin the banks
. I... I. . :
i ne uorsv iiiiiS'o mm Khoilcs was
thrown. His foot, however, caught in
the stirrups and the victim ' head was
iiaillv lioiuuleil hv lieum ilrncueil iilonL-
me river ocu. lie win recover.
1'or llie Honplial.
The children inteiestcd in the Mission
Hospital mid Children's Home, will give
n lawn party comer of Chestnut nnd
Chariot, v si mis, on Tuesday, August
i mi iroin .i to ;i o eliH'k, p. in, Krlresh
meiils of various kinds will be served,
and a most pleasant eu'iniic will on.
doiibteill)' lie Sieiil by those wlio may
KnlitliiH or iiIiIiih, Notice.
There will Ik' n Ssvial miTtiiiK of I'is'
uah l.oik'e No. Knights of Pythias
tii-iiilit nt S.IIil shnrp. All nirmliers
anil visitors are reo msted to lie present
to receive the urmiil chancellor who is
visiting the Indue officially.
Mrliiriin Th an It H.
Miss llalchelor. of the Oxford Orplmu'i
I'rieml, wishes to return thanks to the
masons of Ashcvillc lor their highly nic
ireeiaieo assistance in Iter work while
icre, esneciiillv Messrs. I'cuiiiman. larvis
MeC arty nnd Rnv. We mill vimr heln
Hi'iiueiniiii ns we iinvc loenililrcn lliere
All Addrewilo the Democratic Vo
lerb of the Heveral PrecliictH ol
AHhevllle Township- Let All
Turn Out ait One Man.
To the democratic voters of the several
preciiits of Ashcvillc Township:
Yon arc hereby requested to meet nt
the usual voting place of your reieetivc exceedingly liberal offers to nil buyers at
precincts in Ashcvillc township on Sut
tirday 10, August. 1800, for the purpose
ol selecting delegates to represent such
precinct in the county convention which
meets in Ashevillt on Saturday, 23 Au
gust to select delegates to represent the
county in the congressional convention.
All democrats lire earnestly requested
to attend the primaries and take full pnrt
in i nc Hiieiiion oi delegates
It is suggested that the meetings lie
held ns follows: liast ward. Asbevillc. nt
court house, at M p. m.. August 16:
West ward, Ashcvillc. nt Hiii.rnmlu-
warehouse, at 8 n. m.. A mom! 1. H,..
verdam, Haw Creek, Uiltmorc, and Hn-
:ci at i ac usuin voting place, at a p. m
Tile precincts will lie entitled in n, C.I.
lowing vote ivsiiectively in the coimtv
convention: ldist Ward, 1 j Wes"t
Ward, L'O; llcaverdiini, fl; Haw Creek,
lliltinore, li; Hniel, , Total 51 lor
It iu ntwii sinrirjiuf,,.! !, .1... .
appoint no more delegates than double lmliv K''y '"'d two bulls in the sand
the vote the nrecincts ninv bun. in h n.nl rot,e ". followed by a band of mil-
I 'ii niiiiii iiiiimiers oi applause, irowns
ol K'ople collected licfore windows ol the
Hotel at which the "Torern" was stav
ing, nnd far in the night she was obliged
to npiM'nr tin the balcony in response to
iiieireaiis tor ner.
The Henderaonyllle Un4 Sale
The special attention of persons who
want to put their money where large re
turns arc certain, is called to the large
advertisement to be found on the tniro
otigeofTiiB Citizkn to-day. which con
tains lull particulars concerning this rare
chance for investment in one of the moat
beautiful and progressive towns in Wes
tern North Carolina. Hcndersonville is
fully enthused, and has made and is still
mnkinir improvements which will cer
tainly ensure a rapid advancement in all J PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
rem csinie in umi firiiunu inc town. & hi i
parties having this sale in chnrge make I
I Stoves and Tinware.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less thnn one ton nt liietnrv
In (iiinnlllli'S not less tlmn uue hull' tun nt iHi'lory..
000 iiounils, nil tickets, III ihiiiiuIs eneli
700 " an aa
7o ' in " so
tIMMI 10 kmj "
oc. ier bunrired,
Tlekels now on sale at the uHlcc of the
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
their sale. The sale begins August 10, 1
and continues four days.
A Female Bull-Fliftiter.
Prom the Londnn ttlotic.
The heroine of the hour just now in
Lisbon, is a German girl, I'raulrin Jo
hanna Muestriek. Frnulcin Maesttck
was born near Berlin, hut went with her
parents as a child to Portugal. When she
was seventeen an impressano, struck
with her size and beauty, offered to train
I - f I I. .. 1 1 TL. .
.twi ns n iKtmxK uuil-llllier. t lie nielli Iwiip ISSATPlin F i i F W 1 I
sent his pupil, who is not vet twenty, to (THE PASTcUH FILTcR.
...M.... . .1 ..I t .'.....1. I . I '
V"lUlcic hi inc SHOW Ul ICIIIIIIl iiciiuev
which took place this spring nt Lisbon,
where she carried off the first priie. The
advertisement proved an excellent one,
tor ever since the tmiirrssnrio has been
bombarded with letters from persons of I
all classes, wishing to know when the
beautiful "Torern" is to make her debut.
She hus not yet appeared in an arena,
but Inst week she came out in a trinl
fight at Oporto, A huge crowd collected
w vkk uic unusual sii:ih, i ne vouni;
No lee will lie ilcllvcreU without vusli or tlekels
Agheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 ration Avenue.
JiiLLICO COAL AT RliTAIL.
For Urate, f5.00.ll For Stovet. ... tj.tn.
J5EST ANTHRACITE COAL
l'or null ul Vt'llolesille mill Keliin 10 -
ASI1KV1LLK ICli ANI COAL COMPANY,
reiepiioue 36 and 40.
Ilielusive Amills l lionitsiie and Klcnml lor Western North Carolina.
I.KWI8 MADDUX, I'rcs
IN AM. SIHS 1'OK FAMILY
I. K. RANKIN, Cashlsr
iMni;-i .MHiinui, m.j. nenriien, M.J. Fuk. J. B. Kniikln.J, U, Ray, J. U. hini
lly the coniinittee:
J. S. Mclvi.miv,
C h'm lix. Con'. Ashcvillc Township.
Ashcvillc, August 0, 18'JO.
Itlftceae or North Carolina.
""11 I.VM.VS'S AI'I'lllNTMKNTS.
Aug. 10, Sunday Trinity eh., Ashcvillc.
" 11'. Tuesday Haw Creek.
" l.'l Wednesday Leicester.
" 17, Siuulav Calvary church, Hen
" 10. Tuesday Si. I'aul's, llenilerson
" I'll, Wciiucsday St. James, llcuder
sonville. " 11 . Thursday Mowmnn's llliiff.
" Suiidav Hrevard.
" lili, Tuesday Si. Andrew's, Ilun-
" -7. Wednesday Candler's.
" 1!M. Thursday p. in. Trinity chais'l,
Ashcvillc. " 1
" Ml, Sunday Hot Sprim.'.
Sept. K Thursday Murphy.
!. Saturday St. John's, Macon
" 7. Sunday St. Agnes eh.,I'"rniiklin.
" Sunday p. m. St. Cyprians,
1 1 k 1111.
" lo, Wednesday Cashier's Valley.
" 11'. I'liday Si. David's, Ciillowlice.
" I. Sundav a. in. Wimicsvillc.
" l, Sunday p. m. Mica Dale.
" 1 7. Wednesday Saluda.
" 1 s, Thursday Tryon City.
" III, Friday Vicinity ol Tryon City.
" !, Sunday Ilnko'rv Drdiniitiou.
" Tuesday Lenoir.
" 'IV, Weilucsilav Vadkin Valley
Ch.iR'l i l Kest.
" '.'ii. 1'rid.iy lllowiug Rock.
Mimi.iy .1. ni. limine.
" L'x. Sunday p. in. Vallc Cl lici.
" Ho. Tuesdaj Liuvdle.
Holy communion at all morning ser
vices. Collections lor diocesan iiiissioin.
Hcori d a Huccena.
The sivoml pp'M ntati'in of I'atience at
the I'.rnml last night was even more of a
success, if Missible, than on Ihc night
previous. Tlicaiidifiicc while not so large
was quite as appreciative. All of llie ner-
loi uiers actcil well their parts mill the
wiioie went with a rush that was highly
B" Summer goods cleared at cost at
AND IIOTItl. I'SU
lJuaranleeil lo be Uerm Proof.
Al.l. 8IZHK K HPT IN STUCK.
16? Give your son n yenr'a chance with
other young men of talent nnd ambition
nt irmity College, N, C. Opens Scptem
ler , January 1. Send for catalogue,
j nl.v 1'1-inon 3t
Index to New Adverllnemenla.
Wantkii I'. I). Ilr.x I.
VSTl T. B. Hulls.
Fos Hunt J. A. Trnnent.
I'NI-OADINIt 8lk Whltiock.
Tn Loan Nntt Atkinsun At Son.
I.uno nn npnrnvrri Asherllle
inurrsi n ier nnt. Apply
autld.1t NATT ATK
INSON Ki HON.
A lirixht active ymmn mnn. Must write a
Kood elcnr rnpld hnncl, miiKt be verv quick nl
hirun'i nml nlilr to alve undoulitcil relcrrncri
as t. I'snrneter and eapadty
auRlldilt. p. o. nnx 1.
rollTLAM) VKMKNT AM)
tile and cosrnim:
ForHii mnlp of work wiTili
AViUkBin front of Rynor &
Smith's Di uStoi-e and West
em Carolina, Hank. For Con
crete Mock Walk hih that in
front of Curmifliael'H Druu,'
niftren kiI enrientcrs. Would like onr
to lie I'Hiuilile of mukinu a koimI fiircmnn.
... T. B. HA 18,
auOdlw Asheville. N. C.
New 7-rooin house In
null ill w
West Und, fin per
J. A TBNN'HN'T.
AenttnKron Pn-neh llroml A venn.'. run.
tninini: r, rooms unit larae pnntrv. Annlvto
aiis flat WM. M. COCKK, JR.
A pnlrnrHue ji.iinu mules .1 uml n venn
old. aI.ii ts ii (ihjiI honm. Will lie aiilil al
n l.iircnin B. II ATKINSON,
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION,
11 4.1 1 V . . .
i un miiii anil woini'siir y:v
inent, I'lawter and Lime for
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. o Palloii Avcimv.
THI.HlMlilNH Nil Ut
Wan-house ami I'nc rv nmr l i mii i
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Oraanlied May 1st, IMHH.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
Hoe iKscnrrnl Unnkitw HuMinrna. Ih-ihihIIm m-civcij. likvlinnifr bnuKht and Mild. Col.
UftionH mailr un hII ntVfMHihlc MtntM. The Hnvinir I't-uturr w ill n-tvivr Hiciinl oltrntinii,
I On all lutm in thin dfimrtmt'iit, li'uilet lor foiir nmutiii ir Innifrr, iiitcrci mi the rut
of 4 cr crnt. cr annum will br pitiiU
8rcial attention Ktvcn to i.mii on rral cnuic, which will tc placed for long time on nak
ion able term.
Open from U a. in. to 3 p. in. On Hnmnliiv the Ssivnttf iH-piirtnunt will broK-ntitl U p. m
jail I tl 1 ,v
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
117 iia woo tl Mrtct.
au watkh -riioKoi (aii.v i-ii.ti:ki:i ihc irciuiHc.
Twenljr-llve years ol iiriiellinl rieninri'. eonihliird with i kksonai. attrnlion to all . .
talis of the husinras and is'iiret nrrntiuenienls lor ci.kasi.im.km nil i-usiti m all bimhIs
mnnulncttirrit. enaldr the proprirlor t" pn-seni In his numerous p.itruns a suierlor class of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Hhuwr Ale and all the viinous llv.,r ,.l siiua WATKK rrnily lor shipment and di llnnd
Ircr In Citv;ilmll. Out ..l town orders must li.nr sksi-hnsimi.k ntrnrnec
C. H. CAWPHELU
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
i-nrucs no imii'.til lots from c. B. r.in-l
hum AiiKust Hth. will ileae call at Nail Al-1
kinson He Hun's office nt once and comply
i.-ismij. The rm'ints lor tlir two ninlual .in, .1.. ... r . u.
was $ I Mill, ni this ncarle $:t..il will l I '-
tiiriicil over to the hospital anil free kin. rA,,iNT,i,", WANTIili,
ui r.i ; u 1 1 .
Kj exiicrlcniTil workmi non IhehouselH'liiK
" HMinriiiiK. ill fiirilll'IKTry
Hill. Apply on the iimiiines.
nu7 dllf IIHNHV C. III'I'.II.I.. Kupt.
Ten HIHU-a Kprvniileil.
Loiiisiitiiu, Aluli iitKi, Arkansiis, Texns,
loriilu. South Carolina, North Ciirnliiiu,
M.iril.iuil, Coiiutvlici't ami (iroriu are
ri'iin'M'tiUil ni ilu i. i',,.'M,..iia u'l.:,..
S,.l,,h,,r ,;.. Tl... I.'. ii. c"Uiilsornlisi-riiilion ami ml vcrti.liiii d,
i, 1 1 " " " riiiuu.v llie cillnn I'llli Ishliu Co. Is-M'llled lit oiler
II. II. Cllll.ll.
'wtnuminrenanue In llie oivner-lilp ,,11
V I.IM-ll. ii in iiniH.riiiiti linn n i nc I
I. . . V.
nr. Nlnriicn ohIIIoii.
liil. Cilicn : In my criticism on (lie
well it was nut interuleil to cast nnv mi
frienilly rrrlifliun nn the inaniiircr of the
cotton factory. It is rensonulile to Ik.
Iicve that thev do nut think it ilimurrou.
to use the water. I iliil think the water
milieiiltliy ami think so yet, anil so state
in justice 10 inc k-oic amoiijj wnnm I
liracticc my profession nnd make my
Astotlr. Weaver's compliment (?) al
low nic to sav: If he will come ilown
from "on-cnrtll" to m little territory
arouiul the well, I will R-ivc him tile
names of those "who lav sick of a fever."
then, he will, of course examine to sec if
tnrsc tntiiKS nc true,"
While no one, hut the "Chief." was
out on the arena I coulil only tremlijc.
hut since siah little Doctors as Ilillinril
(my old tencherlnnil Willinmsanrj Hattlc
trot out I ifrow spunky and liristle-up.
Now if I fail to show proof ol my state
ment to your reimrter. who did me tkr
justice to say that I wanted no publicity,
i ii inse waier ii i no snow up let the
cnKi resign. iruiy, ntc. I
Clino Staknm. ttt ia the countt r.
It. II. WimiiIcII. L'i'iinil secretary of Ihe
liiili'iH'iiilciit (Irilcr of llild Fellows of
North CnrnliiKi will arrive this evcniiiL-
on an uthei.il visit to Swannnnon Uiilcc
f tins city. A laruc numlier of iiiinlira-
lions lor niellllKTslliii to suiil order have
lieen reivivcil Iiy Swiiniiunoii I.oiIkc rc
iintly. anil a siavial ileuree train from
Kulriith will he here Monday and Tues-
ay n ik in s to comer litems ami cscni
lily the work. All incnihrrs ami vi.iiini.
lirotlicrs arc csiei'iiilly invited and re
(picslcd to intend.
pW I'.reat hnr)aius at Whitloek's.
nu7 riKiwI w
Three room cottnue, No. So llnllrr street.
an 7 dlw o. I.. MelKINALU.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALKM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
Ht HINKHM NOTICKS.
In need of China, I'.luss. Cutlery, Dated
Ware, l.imps, etc., call at Law's for low
prices and line kiiihIs,
UT liiiKinecrscarn l'rom$H()0 to $2, INK)
a year. I like two years' course at Trill
1'he aoth Annual 8csli,ii liealns Aiiaual
aath, Isdo. KrKlster for Inst yenr .11.1. Hir
cial frntures : the Development or
Mealln, Cnaracler and Intellect.
Iluildlnxs tharouKhly remodeled. Fully
tilpird Preparatory, Colliuiatc nnd I'ost
Ornduutc Departments, liesldrs llrst etiuu
schools In Mastic. LAitKuaKea, Com
merelal and Intf aalrtal Nludlea.
JOHN H. CLBWKLI., I'rlnrfpal
A mercantile haslnrss.
m i 'SSQSSn '
RooniH in Cotta; cm Upon the OromidH With
TABLE 1JOAI.I) AT IIOTKL.
-P E R W ): E K
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A, & S. RAILROAD.
I a nom: in.
well ratahllahed. A
iiy CoIIckc Ni-iTssiirv expenses $175 n X"".tor e"rt' ? rlnjr to Im.te In
year. Hon ow the money. Asheeille. Good reason for 'fe iln. Au,,iT ,0
I UkI lllock.
A New Koad lo Hllna.
If you arc wise and wish to liecome
II von arc wise nnd wish to liecome An einerirncrd dairyman. A Rood nnd per
healthy mid wealthy also, vou will use "at position for a competent man.
kollcr Kiuu or lilec'trk Litlit flour: be
cause the Ashcvillc Millinu Company's
Hour is notoniv tnciie.t nut thecheaucst. rott sunt,
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days nun on one nl oil'
most iniMirtant trunk lines, Nobody
hurt hut nil the biiKK"K' except the
kollcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Miiv one. Sold hv dealers. Made bv H.
W. Kouadlrce c flros., Kichmond, Va.
A partly furnished nous. ,ni..ihM
rooms. Imih rooms, hot and cold water.
To the Public.
I. L... I ...... t C. . ' . , .
i, 1 vn niiuirsimc mac llllll i?r)B ai,it,,uv,B
I will Is; a candidate licfore the demo. FOR8A,BLHBAP
crnta: county convention for the nomina
tion for the office of Superior Court Clerk
ol lliincomlie county. I have just been
informed that the report has been cirru-
linen iniii 1 win not s nine uy tne decision INSURE VMia modcstv sniu
oltheronvenlinnln mm, il. H-i.Un U "WKt TOUR PROPERTT WITH
adverse to me, I desire to say that ? f A Tfk1W
such n reiMirt does mt great injustice. rt
In sulimiitina my claims to the I ...I . .
convention I consider that my I 1 icni,
honor is nledirtd to stand b its I Hear No. an aooih m.i. ., .
choice, nnd if I am not the fortunate one ...k,i.i. ........
I shall not only not lie a ennd dnte. but eiue, N. c.
Will. r.. I.1..II.L' 1 o OIT
-' . ..i.MMirw win, mi i nc in
fluence I can command. 1 hone this will
1 . t . r
is: snusiaciory 10 my mentis.
W. R. YotNO.
AslH-vllle, N. C July 28, 1HU0.
CK AM 7KS mnnf a new hiimneu;
liNl.AKtili,s many nn oM humnnt;
kij i ri, many a mm uumnemi;
KliSCt'ltf many a hut hmineu;
SA VHS many a tailing huintn;
J'KIiSHK VliS many a large butineta;
SliCUKHS Kuceeia In anr huminrmm.
To atlvertiae luiticioanlr. uue the rot
umnm nfThm f '. ii !.''.. J. I-
n: ana in prnpnitinn to the returnt it
rkltli ailvei linen, iti rales art the cheap
Compound Oxygen aad MrdlcatcdiBalsam
Vapor has proved more successful In the treat
ment of diseases of the aose, throat and luna
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
lalls la any case of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the four years we have lieen
In Asheville who bad given up all hope. Call
at ourofnee aad we will aive yon Iheirnamrs
We also make a socially of diseases of the
rectum. If you are aMIi'trd wilh Piles come
and rt relief. Na puin or loss of time from
business. Keller obtained at once, nnd no
return, as wt make a radical cure. .
BALSAM AND OXVOBN HOMB TKI1AT
MKNT. We have a home trealaieat that Is very ef
fective In all diseases of the air passages. We
have pmcrilicd hundreds of these home
treatments and sent them In every Htate la
the t'aioa aad some wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also explalalng our treatment, sent free
A two horse uprlaht cnatne and holler. An. I on nniir.,i .1
nlv to ....... n,.u ,i.i 01 queauons cues
IIIK KANIKX.I'H-KBHR PKINTINfl rl with ...h n .
auawtf ' " everyone anould
have lanore srndlnii lor home treatmrnt. The
question, whea properly answered enable na
to make a correct diagnosis of each case.
We have treated many hundred cases with
the Compound Oxydrn aad Balsam and have
never had a case to have hemorrhage from
lungs alter taking Ih treatment.
Don't let your prejudice keep ysu away,
but come and examine for yourself, Better
adlea than your life. Con.ult.
il,r Hr. , . 1 " ; ""'"o" snnuv arnve 1,1
me Bncst m.niriil priuas in ihr H.,nih 1,1 sin to siini
t Tl" V,l1"r'.h"!h' ''? view, an.1 a".l ii,
. ..r win nun 1111 Willi wl,lr .in,.,. ..II - -
d new holel. di'iHil. dnlly
UMI rt wlile. Two
"V:!1:. '1.'. Mk.""''' l'rt '-a new ami Til, ,V.Ir X
p.m!-a3lmu..A"h''4''l,'", "'"' "' rrluru at T
fell! I dllm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hk iHiid F. ft. C.
Possession al once.
InM CHKHTNt'T HT.
,1-arge cool, airy rooms, house aewly fur-nl-hcd
; good table. Terms reasonable, oa
SKVLANO MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlftTht Mile Soulh of Aal.vlllc, o.i the A. A 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new ciitlaai'S, new furniture, beautiful (
I amies, mst tennis and croquet lawns.
street ear line.
MRS. j. L. RMATIIIIK8,
81M Patton Ave.
w. ",,"'T,l-l-!! N. C. July SO. I ago.
We the undersigned have this day dissolved sacrifice prcji
l?Zt.riMVn u",lnfhe tin andprumli
buslnc. In room under store. mnA Th.H
j ir.? uk,n " entire stork In store, O flics over Cosby's lewelrv at.., ....
and will aa.ume uavment or all a.ht. h. 7 irwirjr more, near
the Arm aad will collect all accounts due said n,..s o...... . .
, . n TCRU ABOf
. illlSf , ,
12. A. LcVENE,
Aahevllle, N. C.
Near Faaacucrcr Uepol.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaalarturers aad Dealers la .11 kind, m l.. , W "
I IN-alers la all kinds m Innni
t U 31 It 12 K,
Door, a.h, minda, MouldhiKa, Hlalrwork, Mantel., Rank
ana Bar fixture, and all kln.u r aa..i
war . . "mag naienili
""' JUumlier Work
ov Udly Telephone No. a.
u Special ty.
J. C. HSOWK,
Fhad W. Thsash,
The undersigned win enatlnu. to carry
ae,, la all their branches at the same stand
Tha snilnnlnMl win . - . ..
.!rSr:nnch?.aiu,"".b-,t" n-"icss rs
Z ii! i 22, ' " on,m work left la store
- - piwain Halm,
AfaSoVw- Co"'" t' B"W"'
vIIhj, N. C.
T. J. HARUAN, M. D.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
inu. 31 NORTH MAIN
STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
ami until that dale will a ll all good, at 10 per cent. .... est.
vantage of the tow prices.
Vou will do well tu take sd-
Just see oar large Tuwel at 1 et. and be happy. ,,, ,, Table Linen at 4N ets.
Don't forget I Look out and look In I
Aehevillc Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. II0WBLL, Maaanr.