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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1890.
ALL DONE ON THE QUIET,
ALLIANCE IS) IN
MIDHT OK VM.
A "CltUen" Reporter wiih on the
IiiHlde, nut Voritot the "Word,"
and wan Fired Too Quick Vance
and Alextauder Talk.
Tlie farmer thnt feeds us ull is in Ashe
ville to-dny by n large ninjurity. For the
past week lie lins been ui'rivitu; until this
morning the rising sun greeted him Silt)
stroii;;. For three days he will lie with us,
and lie welcomed and lie oiieot'iis,mulc.x-
ccpt for the time that his attention is mi'
essary nt the sessions of the State Alliance
meeting which is primarily the reason
of Asherille's heiiiK honored by his pres
ence, he will make liimscll'YcIt in the city.
The first meeting of the onler was to
be held in the Grand at 10 o'clock this
morning, but a difference between tlie
manager of the house and the local offi
cials of the alliance about the rental,
caused a delay of nearly one hour.
During that time the good Ma
tured tillers of the soil as
sembled around the door of the hall and
spent the time in 11 general handshake.
In the tatter it was noticed that the in
dex linger of the right hand
was usually laid confidingly along
the wrist and beneath the shirt
sleeve of the second man. At U the
trouble had liccu settled and the big
doors were thrown ojieu and the live
hundred farmers moved to the inside. A
half hour more was consumed in prcpar
ing the stage for the meeting and shortly
afterward President Klin Carr rapKil
the meeting to order,
"The door kccier will lake the word,"
he announced in stentorian tones, and
the latter worthv proceeded with tin-
The first man who fell lieneath thegai
ol the doorkeeper was a Ci tii:x reporter,
who was leaning against one of the
boxes nt the right ol the stage ami
watching the proceedings,
"The word, brother," he asked sug
"Sub-treasury," replied the ncwspaHr
Hut it didn't work. A hand was laid
tirnily on Ins shoulder and the reporter
was puslieil gently to the center ol th
stage. Meanwhile thciloor-kieper called
the attention ol the order to thestrau
he hail found within the gaccs. "Mr
President nnd gentleinen," lies.-iiil, "hen
is a brother without the word."
A minute later and the reporter wa
gazing at a sea of iuiptiriug faces and it
was only a Itw seconds more until li
had voluntarily found his way to tin
floor ol the hall and through the door t
The morning session wasemirelv takei
up completing the organization. Th.
committee on credentials, consisting t,
Messrs. K. J. Powell, of Wake; l. A
lllaekwell, ol lliineouilie, and l. II. Ileij.
ler, reported that every county but on,
in the Stale was represented. At li
o'clock the meeting took a recess uiili
li, anil this afternoon a puplic meeting:
is lH.'iug licM ill the Winners warehouse
To-night Colonel Polk will address tin
boilv. All of the meetings herealter nr
to lie secret.
The present session of the State Alii
unci promise to lie the most siiecesslu
ever held in the Old North State. Chair
man Carr admitted as much this morn
nig, but when he was asked lor some c.
the important questions that woulu
come up and lie decided, his mouth was
"I cannot submit to an interview now"
he said. "I have no right to surmise
what is going to hciloiic nt the meeting."
Capt. S. H. Alexander who bv the wav
has a walk over in the race lor congress
in the hixtli, ami who is one ol the lead
ing oliieial lights in the Stale Alliance
talked interestingly to aCini: reporter
just before the meeting was called.
"The Alliance as a body will not op
pose tile election ol Senator Vance," In
said, "ami I am certain he will be re
turned. Suae larniers will of course
work against him, but the majority wil
supiiort him as of old. The fact is,'
continued, "the tanners tneuiselve
represent will he found below:
II. F. White
I. I.. Little
M. S. Wootl
V. II. Staneill
John II. Minto
D. A. lllaekwell
A. F. lliehtiaii
8. I.. Patterson
K. S. Mitchell
S. T. Wiliong
C. C. t'.ore
1). P. llinley
I.. M. Durham
('.. II. Ilaigler
J, M, Forehand
J. A. Kiiinscy
P. S. ('neene
S. . Veach
P. II. Massey
V. A. Wilson
S. A. Harder,
W. A. Howell
David P. White
I'.eo. I!. Hoggs
Juo. F. Newsotne
J. II. Iloliiiau
C. 0. Cowar
K. II. Ciowere
l-'rcil. A. Whilaker
C. W. Howard
J. W. A. Pavnc
I'd. N. Fi
I. A. Wluilc
S. I.. Ilei iidou
K. A. I'u ie
K. T. Kush
("en. W. Wilcox
David II. Carter
I'ldiiiuud C. Hopkins
Maj. Henry Hanling
W. M. ust ice
I'd. C. laiglis
S. S. Iluiuphrev
K. li. Ilenr'v
. K. Crahatu
I. F. I'lack
O. F. Herring
M. I.. Ilaraliarilt
W. I". Sinitl
0. W. Wilson
I. A. Marsl
J. II. Dunn
K. . Powe
II. II. Hunter
I.. . Fagan
. C. K.iv
C. C. Wtiglit
I.. (,. Hui
V. A. KoIkiisoii
CLEAR THE SIDEWALKS !
THIS IN NOT A 7x9 COVNTRV
Time for Curli.Mtn.ie Urocerlva to
be Culled Hack What the Police
Complain of, and Wltat the
Mayor I Nald to Have Done.
are not solidly lor the sub-treasury I i I ,
itself, although they lire a unit ill the
support of the principles included in it.
and we Iwlivvc Vance will do just what
Major W. A. I'.rahini, another official
who is now engaged in a tliree-eornereil
fight for congressional honors in the
ICighth, is also present. Mr. liruluimV
opponents lor the nomination are
V. II. II. Cowles ami W. II. Pow
er and it is with a great deal
of satisfaction that he tells the inipiircr
that he is an Alliance man, while the
others are lawyers and this latter clearly
relates to the ipicstioners that he toci,
'thinks the Alliance is n pretty good or
ganization to Ix'loitg to if one aspire to
political honors this fall.
ocncrai koikti vancc is 01 course 011
'Is tins the Oovernor ?" asked one ol
the delegates this morning as he reached
tor Itts hand.
"No, I'm just Hull." he nnsweied good
nattiredly, and then lauglied ho heartily
that the spray of oats he wore on the
laK-l of his coat were thrashed by the
waving 01 ma noiiv and tell to the Hour
ou look much older than when! last
aw you," began another member.
I-ct mrsee, that was hlteenyearsago,
was it not ?" asked the l.cncral.
"Yen, just about."
ell, it n a lact. I L'rcatlv rcLTct. the I of ,w.r.,.- ,i...u.,.. tu. r.
Genernl replied drollv, "but some how iii . ... e.,
. .' - .. 1 Alliance nipctiniss. nml .mm. 111 tlx ..voitc
I irmw nlili.r tvv.irv i-wif " I
And tins time the laugh he liegan was l,nu" "ol K11 loogingsiintiiignt
o contngeous thnt all ol the little irroiin and had to bunk on the floor or where
around joined in and contributed to the I cst they could.
Forecast till H n ui. WediicHclny
liilr. Mllghllv warmer 1 t.ur(l.iMl
Prof. V.. P. Maiigiim is confined to his
room by sickness.
There were 1.11 arrivals at the
pal hotels yesterday.
The regular Tuesdav night gerniau wiJ
lie given to-night at t lie llattcry Park.
The chililivii at the ll.ilterv Park wi;l
indulge in a lull dress 11 1t1.nl Tlimsda
There will lie pre.ichiiigattlu-Clirislian
church 011 Church street to-night at .v.'lo
Julian S. I'arr. w ho was exseleil here
Irom I'lirliam to d.iv will not arrive 111
Mrs. John S. Pattou, Boston; ,.u M jss
Mary Davis, of Kuoxville, are regislerei
it the Swaiiuaiioa.
Mr. Arthur Jcnksaiul Mr. Dwighi W
llisscll leave lo-dav for New York, New
port anil other points north.
The lest trial ol the fire alarm voter-
lav, pro veil entirely sati -lactorv. Ni
more Uoiihlc is appieheudcd.
Oulv two eases Is'liire his Honor ibis
morning. J. . hlhot, ilruiik, J-.i; Han
nail Winters, profane language,
Messrs. Hampton ,v l eathestoii are
putting down a handsome cement pave
incut in front of their new building on
North Main street.
icer live Hundred licoplc came III oil
the excursion Iroin Kalcigh last night
Another big excursion will arrive from
Charleston, S, C, to-morrow.
Hon. Kemp P. Ha: tie, president of the
Slate I inversity is the city. He
here to organize the Alumni Association
which takes place at the Y. M. C. A
rooms to-night at H.IIO o'clock,
.Miss .Mary renland and her nieces
Maggie, Anna, Louise and Ilessic Smith
ami Miss F'lcn I'cnlnnd and Master
Maun Smith, left yesterday lor Makers-
ville, where they will spend a mouth
The regular meeting of the Lyceum
takes place to-night at the hall over Da
vis' store. General Hampton, of Sylva
will make the opening address on "The
SiiK-riorit', of the Anglo-Saxon Knee."
"Swnniianoa" writes Tub Citizkn:
would like to make a suggestion to our
fellow citizens that Dr. George V. Whit-
son would make a faithful member ol the
legislature. Let our people think about
The hotels arc no crowded that many
The officers nnd committee! of
State association are as follows:
President lilins Curr, Ivdgecomc.
Vice 'resident A. II. Hayes, Swain,
Sec'y.-h. lleddingfield, Wake.
Treai. J. I). Allen, Wukc.
Chap. Kev. J.J. Scott, Kohesnn.
Lecturer T. II. bong, lluncomlie.
Asst. Lecturer K. II. luntcr, Mecklen-
oor-Kcccr W. II. Tonilinson, Cum-
Asst. Door-Kcer H.
At Mattery Park is registered Miss
Marie fnbin, and Misi Mary Sabin,
Ilarnwcll, S. C Mrs J. U. Gaston mid
daughter, Montgomery, Ala.; Mr. nnd
Mrs. Cahleron Carlisle, Washington;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thco Welch and daugh
tcrs, Montgomery, Aln
There is a very handsome pen nnd Ink
sketch of the new City Halt building,
drawn by Artuhtir J. Wills, the archl
tcct, exposed in the windows of Blnnton
E. King-, 0ns-1 and Co'i store, west court Uunre, In
I iUm ntliMi. u, Jl.,n, 1. Im....m1..... ...tl
. f C .. . ff I " """""" IiV,WM III1IUI.-I
cwrKeiini-fc-Mrnis i. o. iioil, iiurui'ii. i . . . ...
ItiiHifipss Airpnt W. M. Worth. 1-ennir. I same, mnae 01 nosicrr onn oiner
Trustee B. A. Kund-W. A. Grnhnm, articles.
District Lecturers-Nine In number. I Amone those stonoinir at the GmnH
couMiTTRiii, Central are: Kev. Dr. Robt. B, Sutton,
Exccutlve-8. B. Alexander. Meelen- Kolelgh; Mm Laura V.Brown, Durham j
burg; J. S. Johnson, Caswell; J. M. Mew- MrsJ. H. Wolft", Sylvn, N. C; Miss F.lsie
berne, Lenoir. worn, wvlvn, N. c, ; Mrs. J. C. Williford,
ludieiarr Committee W. A. Urnnam, inunotte, w. ..; Miss uessie Houghton.
. r . . f kav . . n I tir.: . W t llf , i
Lincoln: . l. meuean. nooeson: i;. a. uuinniore; rars. iiiurnm, nanesimro. n.
Move. 1'itt; J. M. utanie, warren u. v. ; miss uuniap, waacinoro, n.
, r . : r ..i: li u,iii i - M M - .
iminik miion J unui nun,, .-lien. i m gmwvw mvmn ra mora.
Editors of Orns Dr. C. W. Macune. If vnn mrm wlsn and wish twsnm.
National economist, rrnsmngion, u, ..; heulthy and wealthy also, you will use
Col. L. L. Polk, Progressive Farmer, Roller King or Electric Light flour; be
Raleigh. cause the Asheville Milling Compnny'a
The delegate! and the counties they I flour 11 notonur toe beat out thecheaoest.
Sec. 8;H of the Ashcvillecodc: No brick,
stone, wood, lumber or other material or
substance shall lie deposited or allowed
to remain on any ol t lie streets, alleys or
sidewalks or footways of the city of
Asheville, and no person shall place in
any street or sidewalk, footway or nllev
any boxes, casks, crates, hoops, barrels
or other substances or obstructions. Ev
ery dav that such obstructions are per
mitted to remain without said permission
shall constitute a distinct violation of
this ordinance, and every Krson guilty
thcrcot snail pav a line ol live dollars.
Sec. 811(1: No produce, merchandise,
cooked provisions, raw meats, poultry,
fruits, vegetables, or other commodity
shall Ik.-exposed for sale in or upon the
sidewalks in the city of Asheville nor
shall any stand be placed thereon lor that
purpose. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall be
fined five dollars.
The above are two seeliottsof the code.
A walk along any business strict of
Asheville will show whether irowr nt
teution is being payed to them. On
no ni n .Main street the passage way is
more often so obstructed bv crates.
chicken coops and displays of groceries
than free ol tlietu, and what with the
garbage and the odor from it itisabnost
impossible lor a lady to pass on some
parts of the sidewalks and improbable
that alter one attempt it will ever lie
tried again again.
The Illume lor this state of alfairs is
slulted by the authorities on to eneh
other's shoulders until it is hnrd to tell
I ust where it does belong.
Yesterday alteinoon Mavor Illatiton
was inclined to blame the chief of police
for these violations of the code. Karlier
in the day he told a Citizkn reporter
that he was prepared to line auv mer
chant who was brought liclore him and
proved guilty ol the olleusc.
Chic! Haird was asked :
"Why do you not iuforcc the ordinance
regarding the obstruction of streets?
"Ilecausc they gel permission to lit
t Hem remain on the street." he replied
"I have told the notice lime and again to
order the obstructions taken oil," he con
tinued, "and the store kccH.rs comply
willingly. Hut a few davs later thev are
back at it again, ami when asked what
right they have to do it, thecal wavs sav
that thev have iennission."
And w ho gives ci mission ?
Col Haird did not know. When told
that the blame had Ih-cii laid at his door
he turned to an olhccr and said :
I nat ends it. Herealter every man
who exposes minds on the sidew'alk in
trout ol his store is to be arrested nml
lirought to the Mayor's court. We will
sec it the laull is all on,s?"
At' Downer & Hull's, a small grocery
tore at the coruir of fc,urt Place and
College street, chicken coops and salable
al liens weie exposed nearly to thecei
ter of tlie street. The proprietor said he
nail iH-niiisstou irom Mayor Hlauton to
iispl.iy Ins goo.is, '--it aiiiioiimed Ins
williiiguiss to remove them.it auv lime
otliti merchants sh add Ik' made lo do
Now that we have such n law on the
code book." sai l a prominent attorn
ist evening, "it is a disjrae, to ihecitv
that it should noi ulop ed. Itisadiitv
Asheville owes to herself. If the Mavor
has Iseu gr n,tt::g im missions" he con
tinned, "it is all wrong. He hasiio more
right than yon or I.
II the police carry out the instructions
ol Lillet Haird the sidewalks may yet lie
Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Rail'
way, for points in northern Iowa, Minne
sota, norm Uakota, south iwkotu, tut
eluding the great Sioux Reservation)
Montana, Colorado, Kansas and Nebras
ka, on September 0 und 'i'i, and October
Rates for these excursions will be about
one fare for the round trip, nnd tickets
will be good for return within thirty days
irom date ot sale.
For further information, apply to any
Coupon Ticket Agent in the United States
or Canada, to A. V. II. Carpenter, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, III., or to
D. C. Brady, South. Puss. Agt.
null-3t. Louisville, Ky.
Indent to New AdvertlHeiueuta.
Fas HAI.K Miss Vleky Hlllrd.
Lost C. J. M CliH.
Piano Tkachinii Miss (tuiuilson.
I'o l.n.vN ll. 8. WatNiin.
On good real estate $1,0(10.
W A I HI I.-Y
Llltht wood bnek honnl nml hnrnfaii At
rvusiinulile IlKure, new hi April. Inquire at
resilience uf Misii Vlekv llnlril. lUniimnol
TltAI'linU ltl lillun
I'uniU reerlveil nt 311 lluilev strict umi.
drnec 77 Chnrlntle street.
Momlnv nfterneon on Patton Mvi.n. ,
.-MUM .Mil II NU-et'C. n imlV'M L-ftl.l mtll.'h al
ehinn Willi ehnmi. Keunril will he (liven In
retuniiuu aiime to (. I. Mec'uiie. m ilrovi.
A new, llanilsotne. otli-.horsr I.mlv'N Phie.
tun. Aplily to N. W. (ilKllWilllli.
unit Ulw 17 Patton Avenue.
RAL ESTATE AGENT,
(Mlicv in 1'. U. Mitchell's store.
A liriirht active i-ruini mnn. Mimt wrili.
Kooil cleiir r.-ipld hnnil. must lie ecre uuiek nt
iivurt'H anil nine to Kive tiirilouliteU rcli-rcnccs
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stovcs and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL SUIitl I'lIK PAMIbV
AND HUTliU USH
Uuiirnnleed lo be Verm Hroof.
AM. MIZKK KKI'T IN 8TC.CK.
n. to character unit cuiueily.
(). HOX I.
A NTH I .
I'lrittri itiiuii I'liritriittTH. Wnnlil likr nm
iu in- taiaiiic ol tiinkiitK u Kood ttiri'iniiu.
r. i;. i'A is,
auU ill w Anlu villc, N. C.
New 7-room house In West Hntl. St A uer
mil' ill w J. A TKNNHNT.
Six exiH-nenet-il workmen on tin him. ImI,,i,
unui mv . ii. iioiiKiiu-iini:. nt MrnwlK-rrv
.ii'iHv on iiH- preiiiiiH-H.
llllTillif HliNKVC. I 111. It. I.. Supt
(iwliiii In the ehnnm In the ovvnemhip ol
i in v iii.iii. ii in iiiiiiiirilllll tnnt nil ne-
coiiiiim lor Hiilint-riptiiul nml ililvertiiiiiiK lim
ine cuu, 11 -ii,ihiiiiii; t-o. lie settleil lit unvv
II. I'. Cllll.ll.
i" il.V w I lliiniui-aa MuiuiKcr.
'I liree room eotlnice,
AU i ll I '
no llnllev street
llldre! H iht cent. Annlv to
ATKI.VHIIN ! SON.
$1.1111 o-. npiintveil Asheville real estute
A ineieuiitile liu.int... well estnliil-hed. A
rare chiinee tor pnrti- ile. riiiK lo Im-nle in
A.hi-viile. tiuoii reu.ou Ibr .elinu. Aluilv to
JOII.N C II 1 1. II,
uuK-t 'I I m 1 U'Kiil lilock
The Hup-rlr court.
The case id' J. C. Wilson against p.. I,
v-lark ami others was taken up this
morning ill (he Superior court. Messrs.
M.doiic and Laiiiller apiH-a-ed lor the
pViititill, and M. I;. Car'.i r o; (",.i,!gcr.
mil Carter .i ml Martin lor tlieilcrenilant.
I lie suit is lor ,lmn.-,L'C lor luiiini s sus-
.'iineii i iy i lie pi.mitiit lute unrkiiig on
i K'alVold, wliicli was iiisecme. nwinu to
the n I If get I negligence nt the llcli iiilent.
mil nlliiis. I lie iiliintitl s 1 1 i in in coll-
isied nl'sevt nil f ii. tu'ed rdis, I lirokeil
inn, ami a ililoc td uip At the linieol
going to gress no M-puei had Irvii ren-
l.nrvi, piwtl. nlrv n.ik.u. h,.,ia n.u.lu A. v.
ni he'litfood tnlilc. terms rciisiinnlilc. on
street enr line.
MMH. J. 1.. SMATHIIKH,
luty I i'llilin .IIH Patton Ave.
JTOK SAI.lt CllltAI'.
A two horiie uprlfdn engine nnd boiler. Ap-
SALEM PcMAL ACADEMY.
H UK.il, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The Hllth Anillliil Session Ih-kIii. AukusI
SIHIh. IMIMI. Register lor Inst yenr Sin. Kir
eint leniitres:- the IStfvelunment of
A numlier ol is'titi,.ns Irinn nciitile in llenlth. t'lmrwcler nnd Intellect.
Irel.iiiil Have ls"'ii tm setiit'l In the lint-1 liull.tuiim tluiriiuuhlv rem,,,l.l.,I. I'uirv
isli giivernmeiit askrig ,,r the passage ol UiUi,K-d Prepiiriitory. Colleglntr nml post
he lull providing .,r the hoi, hug ol an Orndiinte leinrtniinta, lK-sldes first clnss
iiiiiumn seSMotiul l-arliament ill onler schools in Music. Ijniirunireii. Com.
llt'it ll lull may lie missiiI to avert till' meralsl and Indnsirlul sindiv
disnstroiis ciuiseipii'iices which will fol-l JOHN li. CI.HWUI.l., Principal
low the total linliirr ol the potato crop
in nun country, wiucli is imminent.
HHNIII'lSiNVII.I.K,.'. C, Aug. 12. IK'.IO.
II. Ililliaril. i:ii.. tkneral Southern
Agent P. S. M. A. A
My Dear Sir: It L'ivcs me tilcnsiire to
say tlmt I have found the company vou
represent ns ii. k. I sustained nn injury
last ScptemlKT to my left little finger
which was paid me in lull.
tours very truly,
Uknkst L. Uciiank.
W. K. Wolfe has reeentlv added to his
liustiiei-s ol plastering that of laying ce
ment suicwaiKS nnd rclcrs to that in
front ofC. A. Meant, on South Main
street, at n sample of the excellence of
his work, He lias secured the service of
an csiert in ectnent and uses (iilihs tb
Co i (London) Portland cement, en
dorsed liv the hoard of iiitlilic works.
London, and liv the ncniiei net commis
sioners ol New York. All work done it
Oold, Mirer, Ivory, Oak, ('.lit and Combl
nntlno Mnuldlnin. Also Moom Mouldings.
Pictures Mnttrd, Mounted and Pramcd at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bngrav
Ings, Paintings and Local Views always on
ai S. Main St., Aatao lllc.
apr IN d
In need of China. Glass, Cutlery. Plated
Ware, Lamps, etc., call ot Law's for low
prices ano nnr goons.
A llud Rn I frond Wreck
occurred several days ago on one oi on
anist ItniKirtant trunk lines. Nolxidt
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Kollrr-Truy Trunks was smashed up.
Ruy one. Sold hv denier. Made bv 11.
W. Koundtrec & Urnt,, Kichmond, Va.
We the undeniimrd'havv thi. dnvriinsolved
eoinriner.nii ny mutual ennsent, J. c,
Hrown rctirlneand tnkinathf tin andtitumh.
inn husini ss in mom under .tore, and Thnd
W. Thrri.h taking the entire stork In store,
nnd will assume payment of all dehts due liv
Hi. Arm and will collect all accounts due said
nrm. J. c iisown,
THAD W, TMSA.1I.
The undersiinird hsra formed a consrtner.
ship under the Hrm nnme of Thad W. Thrash
tit Co. for the purpose ol dolna a general
v;rucKery anu House 'arnt.ningiiu.inc.s.
THAU W. THRASH.
J. M. TllSA.ll.
The nndTMlvned will conduct a ventral tin.
ninu and plutntitnjf hu.iness In basement In
all brnnelH". All order, for work left la store
will receive prompt attention.
j. t.. dross
Also entrance on Collcas street.
To th Public
It hns been known for some time thnt
will be a candidate before the demo
cratic county convention for the nomina
tion lor tlie ottiee ol Superior Court Clerk
of Ilunconthe cotmtv. I have lust been
informed thnt the report hat been circu
lated thnt I will not abide by the decision
ol the convention in case it derision Is
adverse to me. 1 desire to sav thnt
such a report does me a great injustice.
In submitting my claims to the
convention I consider thnt my
honor is pledged to stand br hi
choice, and if I am not the fortunate one
I shnll not only not be a candidate, but
will support the nominee with all the in
fluence I can command. I hope this will
be satisfactory to my friends.
W. R. Youxo.
Asheville, N.C., July 38, 1800.
The World Famous, aneqasled, anescelled,
durable and beautiful
Art recommended by the best artiste, Come
and examine oar foods before baying else
where at No. 87 Pattoa areas. Tanlno-
and repairing a tptelnlty.
0, M. WILLIAM a CO.
Buy Lltitlacjr'o Guld Book
to W. W. C. Price as eta.
POIITLAM) VEMKXT ASU
TILE AND COWIUCTU
Foi'Hiunple of work neoTiiV
Wnlks in front of lta.vnor &
Smith's Drug Store nnd West
ern Carolina Hank. For Con
crete Mock VVulk nee that in
front of nariiiii'luiel's Drug
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
Portland and Domestic Ce
ment, Plaster and Lime for
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avciiue
TI-I.Hl'IIONU Ml. 40
Warehouse nml Pnc:iry ne-ir l'.vioi Tele
ASHEVILLE AD VEK TMEMEMS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH.ORDER
, 40c. ier hundred,
40c. '" "
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
In quantities not less than one hull' ton ut luctory
80U pound., (Ill ticket., lo pounds eueh
7(H) " 'JH " " "
7B0 " 1(1 " 00 " "
ioi io to " loo " "
No ice will be ilelivcred without cusli or tickets. Tickets now on sule at the ofHce of tlie
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 Hiid 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, It3.00.ll For Htovea, 45
15EST ATIIHACITE COAL
i'or Malt' nt WhulCHulc und Kctml tiy
ASHEVILLE ICE ANO COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
hxelu.ive Auents iliomesue and Itteaml lor Western North Carolina.
LHW18 MADDUX. Prcs
L. I. MeLOl'I), Viec-i'res.
. B. RANKIN, Cashier
DiUBCTOHSi-Lewl. Maitilui, M.J. Ileanlrn, M.J. KaKK.J. H- Kankin.J. B. Kay, J. U. Keen
a. n. Keen. t,vo. . I'owell. w. M AICL.OUU.
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, --
UrxanlKd May 1st, 18M8.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
StatCttvCountY aud, City 'Uepotiilory
Uoea a General liankinic Uuainesii. INrpuiilU received. lixchiuiKC buuKht and aold. Col.
lection inatlr on all tuvemiible fiointM. The Having I'euturv will receive titeeinl ntteutliHi.
On all aumt Id tliii department, depmltcd lor four aiontat or longer, intrrent ut tbc rnt-
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Spccia' attention Kivrn to loani on real eatatc, which will tie placed for long time on rval
Open from U a. ni. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the 8avln Dej (irtincnt will beupeutill H p.m.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
317 IMnywoocI Street.
All WATKR THOHUIGHI.Y FII.TKKlCls on the FrciulMct..
Twenty-flve yeurs ol pruetieal exiH'rienee. eoniblneil with i-ksminal attention to nil tl
tails of the Im.iness and ocrleei aminitcments lor clhanlikkss and puiiitv ol all k 's
manufaetuml, enublc the proprietor to present to hi. numerous patrons a .Uierlur eiOMS nl
Vichy und Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Glnm-r Ale and all the various flavors ul HI IDA WATHK rcuily lor shipment and il. liven iJ
Irer In Cltyjiinits. Out nl town orders mu.t hfve sbkI'Onsiiii.k relercncc.
C. H. CAMPRIXL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
223 liOT SPRINGS. N. C.
Ilo ntiH in Cotta;;c t Upi.Jt f he C rounds Witl
-' .ICES Fk0M- '
$i2.co TO - $14.00
ONLY EibHT Htm FflMi SHhViLLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
Compound Oxynea and Mcdlcated.Balsam
Vapor has proved more successful in the treat
meat of diseases of the nose, throat and lunits
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
mil. Id any case of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the four years we have been
In Asheville who had Riven up all hope. Call
at our office and we will give you thclrnames.
We also make a specialty of diseases of the
rectum. If you arc afflicted with Piles come
and a-et relief. N. pain or loss of time from
business. Kelicf obtained at once, and nn
return, as wc make a radical cure.
BALSAM AND OXVOUN HUMB TKBAT-
Wt have a home treatment that Is very ef
fective In all diseases of the air passages. We
hav. prescribed hundreds of these borne
treatments and sent them In .very State In
th. Union and som. wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, drscrlptlv. of Asheville
and also explaining- our treatment, sent free
on application. Also a Ust of questions goes
with each pamphlet that tveryon. should
hav. befom sending lor horn, treatment. Tb.
questions when properly answered enable ns
to mak. a correct diagnosis of each case.
W. hav. treated many hundred esses with
the Compound Oxydrn and Balsam and have
Mm had a ease to hav. hemorrhage from
lungs after taking tb. treatment.
Don't Jet your prejudice keep y.u awar,
but com. and .samln. for yourself. Better
oerifloc prejudice than yoar lift. Consulta
Offle. one Coabjr'a lewelrjr Store, near
Oraad Central Hotel, Pattoa Avsnus, Ash.
Till., N. C.
T. J. HARCAN, M. D.
n mvi iy imiimiiiik nn ouKirtii ic, 1 111 .ikiiiv srove liv
the flne.t mineral sprlniis In the S.itilh nt tin to f Kill.
A ipilet ill ne-, hlKli. lrv, line views und K"i'l smiety.
I'liter well Iniil oil with w-lilc slm t.-nll sunn avruurs
I (Ml fn-t wide. Two loihI new hotel., ilcput. daily
mall., etc Skvlnnd Uprinij. I. a new and popular re
ort nnd bouml to grow. Iluy now lor a cottuiie or
as an investment.
Train, leave A.herlllc at 9.10 a. m. and return at T
p. m. 115 cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hit.) laud P. O., N. C.
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKbt Mile. Mouth of AhIicvIIIc, on the A. A H. RallroHd.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat tennis and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Mnxncia, Iron nnd Hp.om. Those seeking health and plea.uK and
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Iu hc.llni wafer.
E. A. LeVENE,
Asheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers la sll kinds ol Dressed "
Door, Hash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrworfc, Mautela, Bauk
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Buildlnir Maieri.i.
Jtiara Wood Lumber Work
ov 1 dly Tcleplioue Mo. a.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT aiio.. .
' I If.
And until that date v III sell all goods at 10 per cent, on cost. Vou will do w,H ...
vantage qf th low prices,
Just sm owlarg. Tow.1 at 13V, et. and be happy. Our Oil lt Tallle Un ,t 4,
Dpn't forget I Look out and look In I
( Asheville Dry Good Co,,
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