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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1890.
DOWN AT HOT STRINGS.
WHAT lis UOINO ON AT THAT
A Lawn Tennis) Toanrameiil A
Donkey Parly Ntwa or the
Week and the Proirram for Till
A few of thoNe Freacut.
Hot Si'kinrh, August 10,
A luwn tennis tournament Inn been
one of the attractions duriiiK the past
week. It wtis lii-lil tit the court ndjoiii-
mg tn .Mountain I'nrK Hotel and was
one of the most succcssl'til ever held here
It bewail on Thursday innrniiuj "ml
closed last (.veiling. There were ciujht
entries. The contest for the elinmpinii
ship at singles narroweil down to Mr
A. W. Ilroiison ami Mr. II. O. Cuimini:
nam. t ninrtiiiiiitciv .Mr. lironson was
taken siik ami forced to retire and Dr
Harrows played as his substitute. M
L uiimiiKliaiii won the lirst two sets
with a score of IS to ,1 and 0 to :i ami
was declared the winner. The prize was
a Sloeinn Sm.ciiI racket. Mr. I'. X
Iloolli was siiccessliil in the contest lor
second place ami aside Irom the honor
was awarded one dozen Wright ami 1 til
son tenuis halls. The matches for tin
championship at doubles resulted in
victorv lor ir. Il.inowsnnd Mr. Ilooth
Mr. . Is. McCaw, ol Macon, and Mr
lironson won me sccontl. 1 lie prizes
were two silver match sales and tw
pairs oi cull nations. I lie funics were
decidedly interesting and the toiirua
meat wnsenjoved not only bv tlicj;iic8t
of the hotel, but by a large niiinlierol tlx
town pcuplc. The other contestants
aside from those n.iuied, were Messrs
II. .mil C. Kumhomdi, S. A. Cuuniiiujiniii
ami r. ll. ren ter. Iiunne; tlie Inst dav i
Kiinies the latter was overcome bv Un
heal and obliged to give up.
Last niiihi tlie guesls at the hotel en
joyed a donkev partv ill the ball room
and old and youiu; united in making tin
allair an enjoyable one. Nearly everyone
participated in the pastime. ' It lasted
from s to '.I ami when finally the last had
tried their luck anil the distances wert
measured, it was found that udge I're.i
I 'In 1 1 1 1 is, who is holding court in Aslie
ville this week, hail passed all eouiielit
ors ami won tile first prize forgei lemeii
It consisted of an embossed leather can!
case and two packs ol cards. Thegentie
man's second prize was won by W.
Walker. It was n verv nrcttv lHii-kiiit'c
The booby, a handsome piie was carried
away ny .Mr. ratten, ol riuiailclplna
Mr. ratten s attempt at pinning the tai1
on the donkey resulted in Ids starting in
an exactly opposite directum to that ol
which the figure waslocitcd. Ilebroughi
up against a window easing about 1 1 1 1 v
The ladies' lirst prize, a lieauiifu!
china rose jar, was won bv Miss Harri
son, who succeeded in placing the caudal
apieudae within a lew inchtsof where
nature would have put it. It was tin
Ust effort made last evening. Mrs. rat
ten secured the second prize, a bottle ol
choice KTluuury and Miss M iry Walkei
look the booby, a doll. Alter tlieg.inu
a very pkasaul informal hop w is held it:
the ball room. It lasted until 1 1 o'clock
All in all the wcckjtisl passed h.is been
a very lively our nl Hot Springs. Will,
datn-is, the toui tiameni, the card party
and the drives, t he gmsts could not com
plain id t he atuuscuienlsor ol the variety
and Sunday was iitdtcd weleoiucd l,V
cvery one. The Thursday evening pro
gressive euchre was unusually sticccsstul
over forty couples loii cd in ihe game.
I'or this week the program solar includes
a gi rmaii lor the cliiliben on Wednesday
login aim one lor me oilier guests on
Saturday night. The la tier is to Ik- lu.uk
the allair ol the scas-in. Among the
guests at the hotel Adicvillc is renieseii
ted by Mrs. Lewis Maddux who is sH'iid-
ing several weeks lure. .Mr. .Maddux
come Oown on aliinlavs ami remains
The arrivals for the past week includes:
Capl. John A. Cram and lamily. Mrs. and
Miss Sluiibury, New I It leans lames I'.
Mi'lionald ami family, Knowiile: Miss
K. Kyun, Vieksburu, liss.; K. C. M-irtou,
kieluuouil ; II. 1 1. Cimniiiuhaiii, Mrs. I,,
t'uuiiinghaiu, Mrs. Coleman Kogers.
Madison, lad.; S. A. Cuniiiiiijli.itii ami
family, Altoona. Flu ; K. II. Ililliiigcr.
.Montgomery, Ala.; Ceo. p. Walker ami
wile. Savannah; Miss llaltieSaiissy, Sa
vannah; Charles I'. Johnson, New" Or
leans; M-iior Crieii ar.'l lamilv. Mis. K.
I. Wade. Mrs. I-. W. Avers, and Mrs.
C'ahill Whitehead. Washington; Miss
IleirU'ilger, Kieliinonil ; J. S. Milhaiisaud
wile. Sclnni, Ala ; A. h. Tilts and wile.
Alabama: President Poller and son.llo-
liart College, I irneva, .N .;Mrs. Stew
art St. C'lairanilebildreii, kaleigli; Mrs.C.
li. French. Memphis; T. A.llarrelsou, Vir
ginia; II, II. Abraius, llr. S. i. Seelveand
wife, Mont gomerv; A. J. Crovatt ami
family, I. II. Clark, Itrunswick. da.: K.
II. Sticfcney, wife ami daughter, Ciecns-
Imro, Ala.; Mrs. J. C . .MeCiiiniiis. Sumter.
C.; .Mrs. II. I'. Auisworlh, child and
nurse, and Mr. II. C. Ilackett, Thoinas
ville. Ca.; Iir. Kobinsoii mid wile and
Mrs Sarah Kobinsoii and Miss llerlha
llatlle. Iluiitsville, Ala.; II. I'hiiiizv iind
family, Athens, Ca.
Forecaxt till 8 n. in. Tuettday
Fair, except local showers on
Ihe HoullteHHi coiihIi norllieaHl-
erly wind), Hllitntlv cooler In the
eastern portion, stationary tem
perature In the western.
There were HS4- arrivals nt the Ashe-
ville hotels in the last two days.
An excursion from Durham will reach
Asheville to-night and the purty will
spend a tiny hen.'.
Asheville has proportionately tunny
more arrivals daily than the much ad
vertised windy city of Chicago.
Twenty-seven ihtsuiis A-erc confirmed
by llishop Lyman at Trinity IJpiscopnl
church yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
llaltery Park lias more guests now
than ever before in the history of that
popular hotel. The number is estimated
Mr. I. S. Watson and family , have re
turned from a live weeks sojourn at At
lantic city and other watering places in
Miss llelle lloyt, Kiigaiidiuc; W. K
Carr, Washington, and William Miller
and wile, llodgeiivillc. Ky., are at the
Miss Alice Kussell, of Clarksville, Va
ami Miss Taylor, of Mecklenburg count v,
Vu., are visiting the family of Mr. 1). H.
Mavis on Acadcniv street.
blias Carr, of lalgecomlK', president of
the North Carolina Farmers' alliance,
which iHgius its stale convention here
tomorrow, is at the Swannaoa.
Kev. McNeely 1'nltose, rector of Trin
ity r.piscopnl chtiivh, kit to. day for
Scwauce, mm., where lie will join Ins
laiuilv. He will be absent two weeks.
Mrs. W. M.nud Miss Shipp, of Cher-
lotte. Miss Mary Tobin and Miss Tobin,
ll.irnwell S. C, and Mrs. Ceo. Kvan and
laughter, S. C, are guests of the Clen
The funeral of Solomon King and Re-
hecca, his wife, will be preached at He
ihesda church, this coutitv, on Sunday,
August li 4, at 1 1 o'clock a.m., bv Kev.
Win. M. Kerr.
. W. Hutchinson, furmerlv of the Ashe
illc Milling company left to-day for New
Vork. From there he will follow the
setting sun and locale in the wild and
Kev. K. W. Stancill, State evangelist ol
the Christian church, will preach at the
Lluistiaii church, on church street lo-
ight at S.JIil o'clock. Subject: "The
secret ot success.
The Mayor entertained Alfred Weaver.
colored, ami Sam Sisk at his court this
morning. The former was drunk ami
was lined S."i. I'or carrying a gun Sisk
left $1! to be used lowards improving
DID NOT ATTACK VANCE,
i HOI.K TALKS PKF.KI.Y TO
A I.I. I OK CII4KITV.
What the Two Performances al
The "lirniKl" Nelled.
The following shows in detail the ex
tensesand receipts of the two icrfnriii
a licet at the Craiul last week:
Kent costumes $ 2iTi.uii
nooks HI'. oil
Orchestra music ,'lii.iiu
Irolessional services 4o. no
castor rehearsals k m
Advertising and printing 17.y."i
Tuning piano lor rehearsals fl.lin
Incidentals, dowers, telegrams,
, etr I ll.no
Kenttliera House -Hi o
Net receipts 'M'J.M
Sale ol librettos,,
The net receipts of these two perform
ances nre to lie divided eipially I let ween
the Mission Hospital mid Kindergarten
Asscoialion. The proceeds of the mnti
nee go the Kindergarten alone.
Rent house $ afl.OO
costunits , ao.oo
Net receipts 05,00
A special train ol n 1 aid Fellows from
id.igh will reach the citv to-niglu. To-
inoirow cveiiu.g iliev will Is-um to iniii-
ile thirl v local asur..nts for secret so
lely liorors. It is 1 be lust drdltd team
111 the south.
Shelby Aurora: "Mr. Jos. T. Iloslic.
ho is here sas Asia ville is still on a
toiii and thai the race for Coognss in
that distiiel lies IkIwccu I'.cii'I K. II.
nice and the millionaire. Col. Frank
i'i xe, who has ambition and money."
The Knights of Pvlliias and I'nilonn
Rank u ill give nil entertaiiuiieiit at the
h'anncis' warelious.1 on next Thursday
and Friday nigins. Hull's Cornet Hand
will Ik- in allciidance .mil refresliments
will lie served al reasonable ratts.
Col. II. II. Church. Orlando, l?.; K.
. Ilcrrick and the Misses llcirick. New
ilrleaus; Mr. and Mrs. I II. Miller and
Misses Mdler, Augusta; V. K. Johnson
and wile, Columbia; H. L. Hake, Iiur
iiam; S. 1. Illack ami Miss llertha lllack.
Mobile, arc reivnl arrivals lit the llal
The Wilmington Messenger savs: "Wc
have read wilh genuine pleasure the pn
ier contributed to ihe last North Caro
lina t'niversity Magazine by our friend.
Col. John I). Canien f Asheville, en
titled "North Carolina in 17H0-M." It
is well done thoughtfully, gracefully,
tlaks Hotel arrivals: Mr. ami Mrs.
Thus. W. Coskey, Miss Martin and maid
Miss Craig. Mrs. W. K. anil Miss Wil
Mams, Augusta, I'm.; Jas. I). Ware, llop
kiusville, Ky.; J. Mizell, wile ami two
children, Florida; Mrs. Martin, child
11111I nurse. Savannah; Miss Davison,
Miss M, li. Davison, Ilellast, Ireland;
Mrs. J. II. Davidson, child ami nurse, Au
The Wilmington Messenger says: "Dr,
Merriweather, of Asheville, companv sur
geon of the Light Iniantry, is enjoying
himself at Camp Latimer, licit a most
courteous and a favorite with his com
puny. The Asheville Compiiiiy takes
great pride in keeping their iniarters neat
and clean, and their courteous and effi
cient commander, Cupt. Duff Merrick,
lias as jolly a set of warriors as can be
found unv where."
The President of the National
Farmers' Alliance Talks for
"The CltUen" Keaders-Flmi
For the Hub-Treasury BUI.
Col. L. L. Polk, president of the Na
tional Farmers' Alliance is in the city
and will at least stay to the oiening of
the State convention which begins its
meeting here to-morrow. Col. Polk has
just returned from the State meetings of
of Alabama ami Mississippi and is de
cidedly jubilant over the outcome. That
they were the largest and most enthusi
astic meetings that were ever held in
those two States lie candidly admits and
with the same breath besieuks the same
success for the North Cnrolina meeting.
On Wednesday he will lie obliged to leave
to attend the Tennessee convention in
session at Nashville. Just at present lie
is doing 11 great deal of traveling.
Col. Polk was seen this morning and
talked of questions relating to the Alli
ance. On the controversy between the
state organ of the order and Senator
Vance he did not cure to talk, but ol his
own position and regarding the charges
made that he had attacked the senator
in his bicccli al Greensboro he said :
"1 used substantially thesnmc language
in the town of Cm censboro, when speuk
ing ol the sub-treasury bill that I used
when before the senatorial committee,
mid in every sucech from that dav to this.
There is 110 sort ol method by which nnv
Sh.'cc!i ol mine could lie fairly construed
into an ultack on senator ance. lie
sides that, I am man enough to call
man's name and not attack him bv mini
endo and 1 would he a coward if 1 aban
doued inv hchel simnlv liecausc my oer
sonal friend Senator Vance had chosen to
place himsih in line with Carlisle and
other leading senators. Nothing was
larther Irom my mind than an ussault
upon him, but much as I esteem him I
would not shrink Irom it il 1 thoiiuht 11
to lie my duty to my iieopleand iheeause
1 represent, in the discuurgc ol mv 0II1
cml duties, however, as president ol this
great national order, I cannot ulford to
liscuss men hut measures. I cannot nf
lord to talk iK-rsonal polities hut must
keep an eve on the principle. 1 have been
grossly and willfully misrepresented but
I shall not swerve tine iota Irom what 1
conceive to be the path of dutv
"No man regrets more than myself this
seeming couihci be t ween the senator ami
1 ue people, but 1 am in no manner re
"The contest in which we arc now en
gaged in my judgment involves issues
ol lar greater magnitude and of more
vital importance than any which has
ever engaged the public miiidol the coun
try. It is a ipicstiou of liljerty or slavery
a slavery lar more ilegruiliug in its char
acter than even African servitude. We real
ize this to the fullest extent, mid arc nut
urally very jealous ol our rights and he
w ho is not lor us, we regard us against
us. Wc can afford to know 110 friend or
loe, inn must measure men bv their posi
tions 011 these questions. Pvrsonallv no
man has a hiehcr retard lor Senator
aiicc than mvsel
kignrdmg the statements bv several ol
the State press, that save all but the sub-
in usury question, 1.1c piiuciples of the
runners Alliance and laosc ol the demo
cratic party weic substantially identical
Col. Polk again ititiscd to talk. Hut ol
tin statement that the tanners weiedi
vidid on the bib, tic indignantly denied
' I never knew a people to Ik- so near a
unit as lacy arc on iue suo-licasurv lull,
or on its principles." he said. "It is
measure that should know no politics.
It was presented In, the ieoplc, both re
publicans and dtuiocrats, ami is dis
tinctively a peoples measure mid wc ex
kci the rcpicsciuativcs to act not as re
publicans or democrats but as rcuie-
scniativcs of the American iicoiilc. Wc
thcrciorc intend 10 hold each representa
tive individually responsible lor his indi
vidual record on this question without
regarii to parly amliatioiis.
I nave just relumed Irom a trio
iiirougii i in- n luinern anil .Mirtawestern
Slates and I Iind both republicans ami
Icniocraisol the order eiiuallv zealous
ami ueter nintii to go to the source ol
the tronlilc now existing, to-wit the
iiuaucial system ol the government
THIS REPRESENTS WORK.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
At Raleigh the watermelon market has
got down to the bottom round. They
can lie bought for 1, 2, 3, 5, and the best
tor 10 cents.
An old farmer complains that his crops
are growing sc .rank .that thwillstruin gtoveH anl TimVUre
u.c giuil.lll 911 mill lb mil lie. iiumh.
crop next venr. Durham Globe.
Tobacco throughout Franklin county
is being rapidly cured and the color and PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
texture nre very nne. tonon is ncucr
than for years and corn is also very good.
There is no fruit on this market except
a lew knotty npplcs. We hnve seen onlv
one peach this season and that was such
a small shrinking thing that we tailed to
make its acquaintance. Wilson Advance.
Tobneco men havegenerally made mon
ey this year, and arc well equipicd for
the coining large crop. At Durham some
new has been selling at high prices, hut
warehousemen and buyers arc advising
planters not to market so early unless
coni)clled to do so,
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way, for iKtints in northern Iowa, Minne
sota, North Dakota, SoutW Dakota, (in
cluding the great Sioux Reservation I
Montana. Colorado, Kunsnsiiud Nebras
ka, on September 0 and i'3, and October
Kates for these excursions willhcnboiit
one fare for the round trip, and tickets
will lie good for return within thirty days
Irom ilate ot sale.
For further information, nnplv to any
Couiion Ticket Agent in the United States
orcniiadii, to A. V. II. Carpenter, Cen-
eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, III,, or to
D. C. Hkaiiv, South. Pass. Agt.
nutl-.lt.j Louisville, Ky.
Index to New Advertisements.
I'ok Sai.k N. W. C.lrilwnoil.
Monkv l-'ol'Mh T. W. I'nttnn.
KK.ll. KTTK Frederick KiitlcilKC.
Tu 1'ahmkhs Tnylor. Bouts As llrnthertnn.
A new, handsome, one-horse l.sdy's rha
tun. Apply to N. W. Ill Kl.WOOll.
null dlw 17 Pattern Avenue.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8UHS I'OK 1-AMII.Y
AND IIOTUL t'Kli
(iuarauleed to be Ueriu Proof.
ALL 8IZI1H Klil'T IN STUCK.
ON BY Fur.NI).
A mtinti fi mount nf money wan found tin
one of the turret ciirn on Kntuniny (nut,
which the owner enn have hr nnplvina nt the
railwnv ofhee, Hiving nntlufnctory driH-rir-
tiuH nun iainK iruni 01 unit nonce.
T. W. I'ATTON. Sujit.
REAL K9TATB AGENT,
(IrHct In P. B. Mitchell's store.
ATTENTION, FARMERS I
For Tobacco Flues
Taylor, Ilouls & Brottacrton'ii
NO. 43 I'ATTON AVHNt'H,
ASIIliVILI.Ii, N, C.
Airrnts fur the cekl.rntril
Plum bin;, Steam and
POHTLAXI) MM EST AM
TILE AM) ( WAY 'ItETE
ForHjinipIo of work wvTilc
Walks in front of IlayHor &
Sinith'8 Dnif'Storoumi Wwt
ern Carolina Hank. Ftr Con
crete IJlock Walk nee Mm t in
front of CarinicliacrH Drwg
ESTIMATES MADE ONAPPLICATIO
Portland and I)omK(ic C-
incnt, TliiHtcr and Lime for
C. K. M OOU Y.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue
THI.HI IKiNIt NO 11
Wnrrhi.uM- n.xl I'ne' rv near Iv (
ASHE VILLE AUVEK T1SEMEKTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quuntlties not less thun one ton nt fuetory ,
In qunntiticN not lvi thnn one tii.H'ti.n ut fuetory
000 pouutln, 111. tickets, 10 pounds each
7110 " as an
7B0 " in " oo " "
moo " 10 " 100 " "
e. ixt hundred.
Tickets now on sale at the office of tbc
No Ice will Ik delivered without eush or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JEULICO COAL, AT RETAIL,.
For Urate, $5.00.11 I'or Stoves, 4.o.
13EST AJSTIIHACITE COAL
I'or sale nt Wholcrmlc iind Ketiiil liy
ASHE V 1LXE ICE AJMLI COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxelusive Audita lllo.nestic nnd Sun nil lor Werurrn North Carolina.
LIIWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
L. I'. McLOUD, Viee-Fres.
DlRKCTOKSI Ix-Wltl Mllilllui
J. Ucnnlcn. M. I. Vatrie. I. K
Mixd, 111". 8. F'owcll, C. M. McLoud.
I. U. RANKIN, Csjhl.r
Kunllln.J. U. Hay, J. U. Kent
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,-
OrKHniird May tat, 1mm.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,(KK
State,.County aud, City DepoHttory.
Does a General Bunking Ru.lneai. I -eponitti received, lixi-liunei- bounlit and .olri
lections made on all arccnaihlc points. The Savins Feature will ncelve siKeinl stteiitii....
Onall nmi in this department, deposited for four months or loimcr. In tin. i nt th. J....
of per cent, per annum will Ik paid.
Special attention (fivra to loan, on real estate, which will be pluecd for Ions time on real
Open Irom u a m. to a p. m. on Maturdnys the 8uvii.k Kcpartnn-nt will beoKntill p.,,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 iiaywoua street.
All WATKK THOHOI GHLV FILTEKEU on the PrenilacH.
Twenty.ve years ol practical eupcrh nee. eoml.lned with i kkm.jul attention to nil il..
tail, of the hu.luos aud perlecl arrnnKement. lor CLhinlikks. and riiMITV ol all Eoo.l.
manufactured, ennl.le the proprietor to pmunt to hi. numerous patron. . IUKrlor . In. ,
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
(linger Mr ami all the vuiiouh Havom ol solA WATKK Rndy for hipmrnt and fnvcrt,.
(Ycr Id ClttfiuHu. Out ft town onlcm muM have hkkiminmhi.k rtlercnce.
A liriuht active VltllrlL' Minn Musi u -. H I
irooil (.Urir r-iiiM tinntl, mutt Itr t en- nuii k i I
hicureft ttnil ahlc to rivv utHlotilitrl nit rvncru I
" " 1 iinu'UT (inn cnpiKitr
nuir'tthit. ' it nnv
I'ilteen voihI enineittrnt. 1V....I.I .... I
... 1 ii'.iiiiv 01 miiKinK n Ki.iMI lotrinnn.
,. ,. . r li. I.A 18,
"'''"' Ahcvillc, N. C.
Ok Kit N'T.
New 7-room himK in U'rst
k'lieve tlie su' -treiu.urv bill is destined to fAHrKNTHHK wantcii.
I I.. ..... ':. ...:n
1 .11. iMimj, 11111 11 iv win nut, we
cxH:ct nmi (leiiiiiuil ll.nteoiiress will lie
vise 11 measure tlmt will (Id it. Our h.o
I ue lire 11 unit mi tins mint.
I Here will lie uu uilorninl ineelini; ol
(lelt'Kiiles this cveiiiiiL' nt 8
I! d. ts per
I. A TI'SNKNT.
8ix exiK'rtenei'il ivorkmtfi..n ih..i... I
l.ullt liy V. II. Miiuuhlillnir. lit Mtrnu-lirrrw 1
Apply on the prvinlm.
7 dllt' llli.VKVC. I
o'eloek in the court house.
(Iwlnir to the chnnvr in
I'or the Hoapltul.
Tlie eliililreii inteiestetl in tlie Mission
ilosi.itnl nmi L'liililren's IL.mc will
n luwn pnrty corner of Cliestnut and T KBNT'
Llinrlotee streets, on liicsilay, August
1-', Irom fitoil o'eliH.'k, p.m. Refresh
ments ot various kiiitls will be served
find n most pleasant eveninir will un
doubtedly lie sR-nt by those who mny
l ne eillirn," II la IniiHirtniit ih.ir nil
count, for auliH'rii. Hon nnd inlvcrti.inic due
the Citln n I'ulnl.hlng Co. Ik art I let nt once.
. II. li.CIIII.li.
nu7dAiwlw llu.lnraa Mnnurr.
Ml ICKIOR COt'KT IN SKNHION,
..,., . 115.00
The fiilli.wniK amounts huvc lieen de-
iiH.sitca in nestern cnroiimi limik:
To theereditof Mission Hospital
one-half proceeds two niKhts..$l 7 1 .25
To the credit of the Kiiidct-u;rir-tcn
association inntince nnd
proceeds two nights w 2'MM
; To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be banded in by 10 o'clock a. in.
One Hundred and Hevvnly.Flve
Canes) on Ihe Docket.
The August term of the superior court
was begun this morning. Judge Fred
Phillips was on the bench, lie reached
the citv last night from Hot Springs
where he has la-en sKiiriing several davs.
The call of the docket wns completed and
the court adjourned until to-morrow
moriiiiiii nt 10 o'clock. The first mir nn
call is it divorce suit, Taylor vs. Tnylor.
The docket lor this term includes 175
cases although but fifty-four nre upon
mi uiiciioiu. it is proimme tnnt tnr
present session will last three weeks. No
importnnt local cases are up for n hear-
On a Mcrlousi Charge.
Kobcrt Cole and S. A.' I-. Johnson were
were arrested to-duy clutrgcd with ol
tnining money under false pretenses. The
two were charged with selling a wntch
to a country mnn nt nn cxorhitnnt price
claiming that it wns worth $10.50 while
it wns worth but $2. At the hour for
the trial the state's witness wns nhu.ii
ana tne Hearing was adjourned until Sat
urday. Cole, meantime, had eluded an
officer and skipped. Solicitor Cnrter any
that the men have been engaged in this
business fur some time.
I. . O. F
II. It. Woodell, grnnd sccrctnrv of the
lndeiciident Order of Odd Fellows of
North Carolina will arrive this eveninir
on nn official visit to Kwiinnauon Lodge
of this city. A large number of nppliea-
tions lor mcinlcrhip to said order have
Three room eottms. Nn. mi nni... .. .
au7dlw o. L. XlclMiNALU. '
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALEM, Pf. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The HOth Annunl Meaalnn licirlna Aumiat
UHth, ixuo. KeaiaterforlnalyenrOI.V Mia-.
einl fenlurea: the DcralODnwnl r
Health, Character and Intellect.
Iluililinira than.UKhly remodeled. Pullv
lieen received by Swaiiiiaiioa Lodge re- eiiuipiwd preparatory. Cnllralate and Po.t
ecntly, and n sikciiiI ilcgrce train from
Kuleigh will U' here Moudnv and Tues
day nights to coiiler degrees nnd escnv
phly the work. All members nnd visiting
orotaers are eswciuliy invited nnd re-
quested to attend.
Uradunte llrpnrtmrnta, Iwahlra Hrat elaaa
aehnola In Munlc. Unssam.
merclal and Indnnlrlal Mind lea.
JOHN H. CLKWBLL. Prind.u.1.
III need of China, Glass, Cutlerv, Plated
Ware, Lamps, etc., call at Law's for low
prices anu line goons.
A mercantile hu.ln.a. wn ,..t..i.t.i .
rare chnnee for parties dra rinic to loc.u In
in . uooa reaaon lor aciunii. Apply to
1 Lexal IIIikH.
JOl'HU POK HUNT.
A partlv furnlahMl hunt tWM.u..k
room., hnth room., hot and cold !..
Poaarmion at once.
Compound Osyirra and MedlcatedBalsam
Vapor has proved more sureraaful in the treat
ment ofdlaeaaesol the now, throat and lung.
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
(alia la any caw of A.thma. We have cured
many people la Ihe lour years wc have been
la Aahevillc who had ivrn up all hope. Call
at our office and wcwill give you their name.
We also make a aiwrialty of diaraaes of the
rectum. If you bit afflicted wilh Piles come
and net relief. N. pain or loas of lime from
bu.lneaa. Kcllef obtained at once, and do
return, as wc make a radical rare.
OAI.BAM ANUOXYOHN IIUMB TRIIAT
We have a home treatment that Is very cf-
rcvtiT. m an a.aeaars or the air paaaaaes. We
have prcacrllHrd hundreds of these home
treat menu and aenl I hem la every Htatc In
the t'nloa and some wonderful cares have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Ashcvllk
and alao captaining our treatment, sent free
on application. Alao a li.t f questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
A Mew Road to Rlla.
If you are wise and wish to become
henltliy and wealthy nlso, you will use
Kollcr King or lilectric l.iiiht flour: lie-
causc the Asheville Milling Company's
uour is not only tneuestout tticclieaoest,
A nnd Hallroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one of ou
most tmimriunt trunk lines. Nolxd
hurt but nil the baggage except the
noner-irny trunks was smashed up.
Iluy one. Sold bv dcnlers. Made bv H.
W. Koundtrce & ilroi., Richmond, Va.
To the rnhlTcT
It has lieen known for snmi. tim dial
I will lie a candidate liefore the dem I D,HH0LUT,()N NOTICB'
iiiui. .uuii.j vuiociiimn iur ore nomine Abiirvillh N C lulv so hum I
turn for the office of Superior Court Clerk w'"""leralOT.d'ha'vetfila8sydlalrt aadtsamlat for yourself. Ikttrr
inf ,rm d thntVh "rVri ff. Uhlnath. TnT.'d pfumk ""Tludk, tha.
-' " fcM "'."winni in room unuer atotw. Hrf Th.rf
.-a .i.i ",n" n. enure atoes in store,
?h- ,,un1,l'syment of all debts no. by
th. Arm and will collt aU account, dae said
nrm' J. C Hum.,
Thao W. Thbash,
Lsrn cool, slry room., houae newly fur. I
.ltiT S."""- Tcrm' "" On I befor. -n,n lor horn, treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable aa
to make a correct dlaa-noat of each caaa.
F"HL""""' kaeetreaud .... h.ndred --...
A two horn upriKht engine and boiler. An. the Componnd O.yd.a a.d aUI...d have
never had a ease to have kemorrhage from
lungs after taking Ihe treatmenL
IHw't let yor prejadlee keep y.n awav.
TUB RANlHll.PH KBHR
PMINTINU CO. I
luted that I will not a bide by the decision
nt the convention in case its decision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
aucn a report does me a grent injustice.
In submitting my damn to the
convention I consider that my
honor ia pledged to itnnd by its
choice, nnd if I amnot the fortunate one
I shall not only not be a candidate, but
will support the nominee with nil the in
fluence I can commund. I hope this will
ue suusiiii'iory to my mends.
Asheville, N. C, July 28, lHiDO.' YoUN0'
The underaisnrri h.n h-ni
shin under the arm name of Thad W. Thraah
t th.P"rpoB ol riiMna a central
Crockery and Kouai Ponit.hlnT.uHnJSB:
thao W. Thbabr.
J. M, Thsash,
Th. unriralivM -. . - ..
i iPHir 1! foT wo, 'tore
' - .iv,ap. rihbuoi,
Al,0aod,;,,0 " Co""
Oatce over Coaby's Irwelry Btor.. near
Grand Central Motel, Patto. Arras., Ashe
ellle, N. C,
T. J. HARUaN, M. D.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Uu niH In Cutta; e:i Vpcn the C-r.unU's Vfllk
TAIJLE liOAill) AT IIOTKL.
P.ICKS I ROMz:jl:
"-- P i: i-; VV K E
ONLY FIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S, RAILROAD.
thtiZ'.yJXl,:"''''? "'" In ahn.lv Kr..vebv
the nnrat mlnrrnl a.ri.iKa .n thr Mouth nt sin to iimi
A'l'"e Place, hiiih. ilrv. line vie, an. I , i. lel
i NrJffl "r.""' "!' 1 -" f
I aV.nt.'.T.ncn.:" "r"W- U'" nU" '"
p.n,7-;5fcA"h',',,,, . "! return ,1 T
OTIS A. MILLER,
, Hk land P. o., N. C.
frhl I il.lin
HOTEL?! ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKVUND MINERAL SPRINGS. N. C.
KlaThl milea Houlli of Aahcvllle. .. 11.. a, -
. m r, ataiiroau.
New hotels, new eollasra, new furniture, bc.u.lr.,1 .
ood livery. icon., anu croquet lwna.
W aaeMJliJ !LMkS 1 N GS.
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahcvlllv, N. Ca
Near PRaaenKer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manniariurera and Uealera I. all hind. ... I
I Uealera I. all hlnda . irr.UMi
DO-al"!,J?,l.4,, WoM.,d,"-' Hlrwork, w.mei-, nmn
aaaasra.. ana all seltina nr bi..iii ,.. .
-a.. uuu lumiicr Work
noTWdly Tlt.h-..... a
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIM BTDrrr Ann,.-. . . .
Ad until that date will sell .11 ,,. l0 pee cent. coat. Vo. will do well to Uk. .4.
rantasr of th. low prices. '
Jual ae. o.r lr. Towel at 18U, U and b. h.ppy. Our till Inch Table Linen at H eta.
boa't forget I Look out and look In I
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. UOWULL, MaaaATSr.