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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1890.
TWO THOUSAND PRESENT.
THK AI.I.1ANCP? 1'OKMAI.I.V
WKM'OMKD TO THK CITV.
All F.ntbuHlaHllc Meetlnir. Held
Vealtrdus ui t lie Farmers) Ware
liouHe (..tMienil Vance's) Row
A conscrvntivc estimtite of the crowd
tliat ultenilcil the public mcctitifj ul the
Furtners' warehouse yesterday alter-
niMin plneetl it at two thousand. It was
one of the largest and most enthusiastic
ever held in Asheville.
. At o'clock the procession, Iieade
liy Hull's cornet hand, formed in front ol
the I'hiiikI anil marched to the hall.
was composed of the memhers of the Al
liatiec, k infills of l.ahor and Carjienters'
ruion, Al the head of the Alliance was
Col. L. I.. I'olk and Klin Carr. In tin
line were a miniher ol bunncrs carried by
the l.ihor uruiiiii'.tlions. Some of the in
scriptions read: "I'owti with Trusts,
"l.ahor i Mania Vincil," "Justice to all
Injustice to None," "In I'niou There
Slrciuith." tin one of the hauliers was
two clasped hands and in either corner
were the nanus I'owderly, I'olk. On an
oilier with the same I'lKure were tin
words "LaI'or-Capital,""lu I'tiioa there
Al the warehouse an improvised st.ie
hail hmi erected in the rear of the room
and when the last of the vast crowd hai
linally entered, chairman I'.eo. S. I'owel
called the meeting to order and aunouneeil
llialiiilhe aliseuce of Mayor lllaiilon
Captain T. 1. idinsoii would deliver the
address ol' welcome.
Captain Johnston licyiiti with an an
ccdote illtisiralive of his feelings at he
in).' called upon with such short notice
and said he feared that his atteui
would result ui the same termination a
linn ol the hero ot a slow lie would re
late. 1'tn iiin the war, he said, 1'iovcruor
Vance hail scut vvoid to a niililia captain
that on a certain day he would come U
inspect Ins company. 1 he captain
tlimiylit it no more Haul riiilit that In
should iireiiaiea luariv welcome for th
old vvtir governor tiud so wrote a Siccclt
thai lie llioiiulit woiilil lie suilalile to tin
occasion. Hut when the tunc arrived hi
carefully prepared dlori hiitl left him an
stepping Inrward he scvcrtil times viiiulv
atlempied to ncoilect it, hut tinallv
jmvc in and summed it till up with a
hearty, "Why Xcli! my. ilod, we're lad
to see you. .
Captain Johnston's s'kivIi. however
did not come to so uiiiinu Iv an cud.
The lmmmI is.-iiiilc.il the cili.he said
have never tailed to ivspond to demands
ol welcome. II h.nl Ikcii I heir pleasure ti
welcome tlie ureal lehious liodies ol th.
land, the liiitiaost ladies' ury.iiii.-ilitin
the ptitlnmn ol the Stale press
ami tiny li.nl even welcomed om
real live I'nsideut and the Ik-:
ter hall of anoiiier, lull the rentes
houurthey had cnioytd was the priv.
hue of wxcomih the r'.irnicrs' Alliauci
All the hotiiaswchnvc li.-nl IhIiiic. he said
thi not viial the oi.e c now enjoy. Th
speaker paid a lowiu trihule to ill
onUi . .-n il :ac wrk n wa aecoii.plisl.
in,;. As he uiidcistoiiil it. it v.,s to uam ,
liroadtr and Inulur and littler view -l
Hunts mid to discuss ilie principles i.l
tin. nice and Uuislalion.
It was hat natural, he continued, in .'
ii.iltoii n lame and proyressive as this
wlicie Hie wen It n was is.imalcd at .ST..
i mi 1,1 hmi i mi i where the farmers, th.
only utalih pri'diuvrs, had hut a vcr.
small srceni.ie ol it. that liny slioul,
unite to know the reaai ol so remarka
lili a slate ol ..flairs. The larincrs Inn1
fallen U-liind in the race tor wealth ami
it was iiiiic llial llu v Itaii to sec wh
had liecu utimii I lit- tans ill their crops
I'oi Ian, sell he hoieil that they wonli
sueeeeil hi hK-aliiiu the limine where II
Uloimiil ami siinert Ij hoped that thev
wotilo allow nouinllv man toescaiie.
"I;vcry man, woman and child in Asia-
villi oi,is me in iti inline the uilcoilieoi
llii 1 1: lo oii. iii saiil. " nil a heart
lull oi s iiip.it hi . I hnl you thrice wel
Huilii: lo the llllavolilal.le misctlce ol
Jail. ill S I. air. ol liitihaui, Mr. I,. YY.
audi i lili ri spomlrd with one o the hap
plesl lllolls ol till day.
1 le was ta it aiieMi mpora neons stcaker.
he s.inl.alllinnvii lie tin mi: lit liecouhlprt-
paie a pii lli yoi.il nut- mi u couple ol
links lime; tail liis siCei-li whicl.
lohowiil dipron the lormer part
ot I he stateiiiiui. He was ylai)
to mi- thai a In lyhli-r ilay had iluwiicti
lor I he l.iiiucis anil lliouuhl it was Ik
c.iiisc l the Alliance, which was destined
to do a uoiile work. The larniiuj:
clasMs had I kui like a sleeping
In mi, miuhly lail powerless. .Now
they luol mv.iki mil and were milk
iuu tin ins. Ives tell. The Sieakrr w ished
lo tli.iuk Mr. Johnston lor his words ol
He!. nine and thought that il many more
such ulow iitu outs were sHiketi the visi
tors would not only want tu U-coine
simitiier iHiarders hut live here nil the
time. When llu-lime ciune lor parting
he knew I he sentiment ol t lie K-ople would
run Willi lite nlil lines:
tiona fnvorini; the suppression of sec
tional leelinii were ndopted. They were
suhstantinllv the same as those adopted
in northern states.
To-day lias liecn taken up with routine
nusmcss nno tlie inceiiiiK is wen uown
at work. The convention is composed
of as linen body of menus often meet
anywhere. They lire here for work and
they attend to it zealously,
a touTdtown .
KtiTl'RN OF HK -WARRIORS.
Forecast! till 8 a. tn. Thursday-
Fair, sillHlitlv warmer In wentern
portion i stlatloutiry temperature
In eiiHlern portion nortlieaMterly
Sheriff II, L. Hart, of Transylvania, is
in the city.
The street cars carried over ,00 pas
The excursion from Ralcinh left for
home at noon to-day.
Oen. T. L. ClitUHuan returned from
Dr. Harrows, of the Mountain I'ark
hotel, Hot Springs, is in the city,
II. A. l.iinlsey who has been quite ill
with typhoid fever is convalescent.
The season at the Orand will lK-opeucil
the last of September or first of OctoUr.
A jjootl sized black liear was led tlllnnuli
the streets yesterday and aroused the en
t hitsiasm of the average small boy.
ohn C.artlner and Joe Haxter were
each lined live dollars in the Mayor's
court this morning for King drunk.
The electric lights were not lighted last
night, and the K'deslrian who was
ihroad in the land hail n very trouble
some time ot it.
The I'tikc of Iiurham has bought tw
acres of hind oil the west sideolthc south
end of French llroad avenue for $S,1!"0
mil will improve it.
The net receipts of the children's law
party ycsu-r,day afternoon at Camp I'M
ton were $110, half of which was given ti
the Hospital and hall to the Children
Congressman hwarl is here nnd stivs
that the census schedules returned from
this district would compare favorably
with those ot any part ol the t'nite
States, ami that they rank with those ol
James A. Jarvis was arrested ycst,er-
lay on ti warrant issued by Cni'eii
Slates commissioner l.uniiiiiy, tor viol;
ting the Tinted Stales K-usion law
He waived examination ami was hound
over to the November term ol court
The Hospital gjalclully acknowledge
the receipt ol the sum ol $171. J.") Irom
the iK-rlorinancc of I'atienec, $;to Irom
llie children's lawn parly, ami the gift i
Slot) from an unknown gentleman wli
left it at the Hospil;.! and declined giving
KtgisteieJ at the loaial Central
lerilai, was A. II. P.. vis, wile, ehilil and
ittase. F.iyeltevilli, X. C.i K. It. I-'inck
Uluiitn, (ia.; 11. J. lKadiri, Knoxvilli
Mrs. W. II. Hooter. M a ion, X. C; V
I. Iiimii, Kalcigh; Mis. I. I'upiile ami
laughter. New iirn-.nis.
Then- will N-a joint nitvting.d llieW
man's Christi.nl Teainrauc- I'liiou am
l he . W. C. I'. V. in ihe V. M. C. A. hall
to-iuorrow alleiiiooa ,a a ochiik. Hi
iiiciiiIh is of each union are cat nestle n
piested lo attend. Any visitors will als
receive a cordial wclcniue.
Miss I.. Cockran. Monroe, X. C; John
. Stoke and wile, K idsydlc, X. C; II
M. Spraj.wite and eliild, Chcr.-kiv, N
C: J. ones lllvtlie, wile and child. Cllero
kw. X. C; W. A. Hay, New York, i.inl T
C, I. Isou. of Iiurham, were among the
irrivals at the Swaniiaiioa veslerd.iv. M
The AHhevllle I.lxnt Infantry
The Asheville Light Infantry Cnptnin
Merrick commanding, returned Irom the
encampment nt Wrightsvillc at 7.35 this
morning. They had a private cur both
going and coming and enjoyed the whole
trip immensely. Cnpt. Merrick is nu-
thority for the statement that Adjutent
t.eneral t.lenu sas it was the most sue
cesslul encampment ever held in the
The discipline in camp was perfect;
there were no quarrels or disturbances of
any kind. Surgeon Meriwether reports
very little sickness; and nothing of a se
The weather was erfcct throughout
the entire stay. It was very eool for that
part of the country.
The field work was admirable and
Asheville may well lie proud of Iter com
pany. THK POWKH OF THK PRF.8M.
.Messrs. I orter.V Walker have sold tn
It. X. Hiike ami W. I.. Walker, of Dm
liaiu. a lot on I'niieh llroad avenue. Moo
l-et Iront, optsisiie Judge Mcnimnn's,
I'his will Ik- unproved at an early day b
Mr. Walker, who will build a bonne oi
it for liiitiscll, making Asheville his Hume
Among the arrivals at llatlcry Turk
yesterday were I'. H. Clark and wile
Mini Colin Jordan. I'. V. Wyche Jr.,
Ilirmingham, Ala.; Mrs. l. li. Haver anil
laughter. Mobile. Ala.; Miss p.. .Sale,
Miss Smith, Miss ('.ill, Rome, C.a.;S. K.
Marshall and wife. Miss Annie Sunday
Miss A. Whitden, Cliarleston, S. C; Mrs,
Kendall and Miss Williams, Columbia,
"ll' html r,.r -ir,n nml r'titttionrt,
l-'nr ir n liavi stul ii wr'uns lu-nrt."
When tHiieral Knliert iincc rose to
s nk tor IIiuicoiiiIk' county three cheers
went up lor hmi the like ol w hich were
never heaiil in the old warehouse. It
win it plcnniit duty to welcome the vis
itorsiu Ik-IiiiII ol old lluncomlie county
he said, ami a minute later enlarged iimiii
it nml welcoiiu-iitiieinto tneniateul lli.n
combr. A.'iiiu lie wvleonied them for their
cause, w hu ll was to bless and glorify the
lal.or nl the latmrr. He was to have a
place in the management of, the public
allairs. What was wnuleil now was
lawn that granted no special privileges
to vnv (hhIv. The rccal of acts that
were itutra inlly and untHipular with the
masses. I rusts slioiilil lw ilestrovril
Another thing he wanted to sec done
was the iloiiiK away with all prejudice
existing iH-lwccii tlie ihivs wno wore the
blur nml the boys who wore the gray.
In closing he said his sentiments were ex
pressed in the well known distich that
hung over the door of the man alter
wham lluncomlie was named, and held
upn card Unring the words, "To Hun
eonibr Hall, Welcome All."
li. A. Move, ol I'itt, responded for the
North Carolina Alliance. He thanked
the iirrvious K-akers for their kind
wonts of welcome and shortly but inter
estingly outlined the principles of the
W. A. Graham was called for and sKikr
particularly ot the good work of the
Knights ol Labor, mid how both organ
iintion although ilillcrcntly made up
were each laboring for n common object.
Col. I'olk made n lew retnaiks nnd the
meeting broke up, liireetlv nltrrwnrds
the guests enjoyed n drive almtil the city.
Cot, I., k. I'olk addressed Ihe alliance
fur two hours Inst night. The meeting
was open ami attended by a large audi
ence. Col. I'olk s Ssrcch was an Bdrul
ruble effort. His trip through the west
wns described, the condition of the peo
ple noted and some suggestions made to
.the order. The depressed condition of
the musses will ascribed to their being
unorganised and tlit ststnker thought
that the only remedy was organisation.
At the conclusion of hit speech resolu-
llendersioiit lllo On Hiwni,
As will be seen by the announcement
elsewhere in this issue our Iriends ol the
neighboring city ol Hendersouville are to
hnve a very euioynble nml we trust a
profitable time in (heir Isrn ot itnl and
progressive city on the III, 'J'), '11 and 2'J
of this month. The assured completion
of the French llroad Valley rnilway has
had the ellecl of advancing the price of
real estate up there, nnd ersoiis who are
looking for summer homes or sale invest
ments arc already iHginning to turn their
eyes upon n section so highly favored as
tlie country in anil around Henderson'
ville. A numlier of very wealthy and en
terprisiug gen Irmen have organised the
llenilrrsonville Land ami Improvement
company lor the purimsc of bringing to
tlie intention ol llie K(iplc ol tnr union
the advantage and resourcvsol their see-
lion. For that purpose they have deter-
minril in oiler on llu- ilates alHive named
n large lot of valuable city residence and
business prosrrtv in the most valuable
pnri oi i ur cuy, iiNin sucn unusually III)
crnl terms that llievrannot fail toaltrnel
the attention of parties who arc looking
lor investments ofcltvprosrrty. Theeity
of I lendersonville is situated on a phi ten u
between two ranges of mountains tlitrc
miles from the crest ol the lllue Kidgc. It
is level with wide streets gratefully
shaded nnd is beyond question the most
Isrniitiful'location in North Carolina. It
is distant Irom Asheville 21 miles and
from Flat Kock, "the famous summer re
sort three miles.
The gentlemen who enmtsDse the Innd
company are among the most wealthy
anil energetic among llie Dusincss men or
III , U . L. , ' t 1
iicsicm jiorin wnnainH, i nno onv
promise made by them may lie implicitly
relied upon. Don't fail to rend their ad
vertisement Parties nt tending the gain
week and big ante nt Hcndrrsonvillc can
leave her everv morning nnd return
every evening. Special train will lie
provided for those who attend. Several
military companies Irom South Carolina
will arrive there on the J 3th. and an
into camp for two week., An interstate
shooting tournament will commence on
the 19th and taking it alt together Hen
deronvill will have grand week of
Chicken Coops) Called In Let the
fiood Work ito on.
Col. Haird has ordered that nil chicken
coops heretofore exposed on the side
walks be taken m door. The merchants
have generally complied,
A Mountain Parts.
A party chtqieroncd by Mestlamcs Pat
terson, Pulliam, Young and W. K. Hear-
den, and composed of the Misses. Nan
Hun, llatlie Franklin, Marion Franklin,
l.auia Mcl.oud, Carrie I'lrick. Susie
liorce, Minnie lleardcn, Lela Galbnan
l-.lla Stimmvv and Messrs. II. I Ram,
I liad Clayton, Frank Ilowd. Will Powell
and Han Summey led this morning for
ten day s outing. The trip will include
Highlands. Whitesides. Hoc Hack Moun.
lain, Cashcr's Valley, Ca-sars Head, Buck
l-onst ami Little River Falls. Miss
Irene McLotal ami Mr. I. W. Ftirman
will join the party ut Wayncsvillc to
Oealli or Mr. Chan. F. Peck.
This gcnileman, who has lieen a resi
dent ol Asheville for the p ist year, died
at his residence on lleaumont yestcrda
attcrnoon at o'clock ol heart disease
Mr. Peck came to this city from liugli
wood, N. J and was n son of Jmlgi
i ivk, oi tnie.igo. ne wns lor manv
years a practicing attorney in Washing
ton, II. C and was one ol thebcstknowii
corponition lawyers in the country. He
was a i-oiii tiv gentleman, mid made
numlier ol warm Iriends in this city. His
Itinera! will take place at his residence
lo-in- rrow at 11 o'clock. Interment at
W aslmigtoii, H, C.
Kndcx to Mew Advertiaementa.
Por Salb A. Weber.
Lbctitrh Dr. A. T. Porter.
Bknrj'it Knights of Pythias. '
liKtais, Ktc W. C. CarmkhHd.
Boa K 11 and Rooms 20 Clayton St.
Hoiisks sor Kbnt W. K. West, Jr.
'"" Cow HOB Jas H. Carlisle.
Tll KuniTABl.B I.iph B. D. Monroe.
A nice phteton, very little used ; also a bar-
iie-ns mm can very cneap. A. wkhhk,
RUKl3il3t VanOlliler House.
QUAKD AND ROOMS.
Three large airy rooms, first class hoard.
auKI3.l3t go CLAiTON St.
jOU8HS FOR KBNT.
One ten and one two room house, each
neur tne urug store In West Knit. Apply to
W. K. WKST, JR.,
auutadnt' no. iaa inn st.
THK EQUITABLE L,1fK
Assets $ 107,1 50.31 19. t a
E.. D. Monroe, A(ft.,
Asheville, N. C.
OHUl .'IS South Main street. nul.H dtf
t iller Hnillh Here.
Chief Smith of the Chcrokccs renche
Asheville this morning and will remain
two dais, or until Judge I'hillips can
nml time to hear a writ of halxus cor
pus drought liy an Indian named Konc
twister, for Ihe possession of hischlld
It was argued once In-fore Judge Mcrri-
man, l-ut ailjouruid. Ihe t. Inel report
everything in the union as moving
smoothly and d. s not care to lalk
lac suijict ol in .eing t . the west, il
is going to :ln Indian Tirril-.iv t
Mimmrr and iihii his ,.i iru will deiidi
Mr. I.OOIIllN Ht HlltllM.
Mr. A. S I. i i !t . iit one time was
tlie iHipul.ir and rll'tci- nt clet's nt tin-lt.it
lery I'ark In. til, l..is iv-v;. d Its imim
Hon ns manager ol the Mid llcsli n-"i"h
Inn on account ot ill h. d !i The Mid
dlesliorotiuh l.olv News says: "Mr.
Loom is has ut.uk- manv warm friends
Im lag Ins stay hen-, who will Ik- Burn-
to sec him leave. He llu displaced
eeiicut executive ai'iiiu m tlie manage
mint ot llnsgrc.it hotel. and has won lor
il many ti tends and patrons.
Funeral xo lce.
Mr. i htirli-s I'. Pn-k. of I'.iiirlcivufifl. w
jt-rsi-v. mill Aiiuiist .'.1 stio. nl4 p.m.
his rest. kiiiv tin Ik-ntnim- l, AsIk-1Iv. N
l-iiiu-riil s.rvlees nt n-si.l.iuv tn-iiiurriiw
Thursilayi at 1 1 o'eliiek n ni. I'r ends arc
in ii i.
Keal l-'.wtate TraimrerM.
Camiilki: and w ih tu W. R
Imilgcr. I hit on lli i. I si ui t.,..S ,,iiiil
A. C. Melke !- H.ivul I'll 1. 1 lot nit
Ilay wood s iivl 1 75
Ili:iu ksosvii.i k SC.. ' ui!. 11!. I win.
I. II. Hillianl. Dsii.. I'.encr.il Southern
Agent I S M. A. A
My Hear Sil : It uives me nleastire lo
say that I have found the company you
represent ast. K. I siistaincd an iniurv
last Scplenilsr to mv left little linger
which was p un me in lull.
tours very truly,
F.KXKST I.. F.WIIANK
In nml of China. Glass. Cutlery. Plated
l are, Lamps, etc., call at Law s lor low
priirs ami uiigoous.
New ttoad to nilrns.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, von will use
Holler King or lilectric Light flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
nour is uoiomv ineiK-st nut tliecheuuest
A Had Kallroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one of ou-
most important trunk lines. Noliodi
hurt but all Ihe baggage except the
Koiicr-irny 1 1 links was smashed up
Ituv one. Isold hv drnli-rs. Miitlc. hv II
W.' Hound tree & linn., Kichmond, Vn.
To th lunllc.
It has been known for some time thnt
I will be. a candidate before the demo
cratic county convention for the nomina
tion for the office ol SuiK-riorCourt Clerk
of lluncomlx county. 1 hnve just been
informed that the report has iH-en circu
lated that I will notahide by the decision
ol the convention in ense its decision is
adverse to me. I desire to tny thnt
such n reiiort (lis: ine a great injustice.
in suomucing my claims 10 me
convention I consider that my
honor it pledged to stand bv its
choice, nnd if I am not the fortunate one
I shall not only not lie a candidate, but
will supimrt the nominee with all the in
fluence I can command. I hope this will
oc sniistnctory to my friends.
r W. R. Yoi'iro.
Asheville, N. C, July 28, 1800.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
SALEM, IS. C.
OLDEST FEMALt; COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The NRth Annual Session iH-ulna Aiuront
aath, IKD0. Mrs-later fur last venr AtS. Hin-
elnl features t-fh IscveloDnient at
Health. Character and Intellect.
Kullilinin tharouiihly reniodrled. Fully
equlpiwd Prrpnrntary. L'nlliKlnte and Post
Graduate tlcnartmtnts, liesldrs first class
schools In Sf anlc, lmgiinicea, Com
mercial and Indaalrlal Wndlea.
JOHN H. CLBWKI.I., Princlnsl
Y. M. C. A. LI5CTI RE HALL,
FRIDAY) Al'Cil'ST 15th.
DR. A. T. PORTER,
of Charleston, 8. C,
EGYPT he HOLY LAND.
ANJONCTIIIU'VRAMII'K! ri'TIIH Ml.li!
Personnl It-eiilt-nts nnd lUist-rvntinns. Cu
rious ninimers ,r the Kgyptiai.s. The lied
iiiiins nl" the- Itest-rt.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL
ADMISSION, . 50 CXH.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
ASHEVILLE l 77s',"1'7,.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY L ASH WITH ORDER
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
-siic. per hundred,
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A 1. 1. SIZliS I'UK I'AMII.Y
AMI IIDTKI. 1'SU
liuiiriinleed lo h tieriii Hroof,
A I.I. SUHS Kltl'T IN KTC.CK.
In quantities not less than one ttm nt factory
In quantities not less than one half ton ut luetory
Olio pounds, III! tickets, in pounds eaei
700 UN " KB " "
7B0 " l.t " BU "
IIIUU " 10 " 1110 " "
No lee will lw delivered without cash ur tickets. Tickets now on side al the i.ince of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 ration Avenue.
js LLitO COAL AT RETAIL.
For (.rale, f5.00.ll For SIovcm, ... 94.50.
BEST AJSTJIKACITE COAL
For Halt? at Who I vim lc unit Kctuu liy--'
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
' Telephone 30 anci 40.
Kxelusive Aiients iliunirstle and Hteam) lor Western North Carolina.
UiWIS MADDUX. I'rcs
L. P. Met-Oltt). Vlce-Irrs.
I. It. KANKIN.ts-hi.r .
IVUTLA.W CUM EST AXl)
nu: axp ( mviiim;
Uikbctuu: Lewis Maddui, M.I. lleardcn, M.J. Kukk.J. Nunkla.J. K. Kay, J. U. Vnu,
8. II. Kced, Wo. 8. I'owcll, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Ornaoiied May 1st, IsHS.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,0(K)
StateCounly and, City 'Depoaitory.
Does a Oeneral ll&nklnii Businru. lieioslts received. Hxehaniie bouiiht and sold. Cut
lections made un all nrccasllilr points. The Suvlnu Peutnre will receive sueeial atienliuu.
On all sums in this department, deposited lor four months or loiiKrr, interest at tke ran
ol 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed for Ions time oa real
Open Irom u a. in. to 3 p. ni. (in Saturdays the Savins' Department will be open till p, n.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Mrcel.
All WATKK THOKUl'UHLV FIl.TF.Klvl on the Freiulwea..
Thursday and Friday NlRhtis,
AUGUST 14 AND 15, 189a
ADMISSION, 2o t'EN'TH,
nnd I'ltiform Rank
KN'ir.HTS OF PYTHIAS,
nut. 'I dat
MpHrtaiihurg;, H. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D PRES
Fop.nKn I s!tt,
rt. !"onl Colleu- oir.rs to stndrnls in the
f. r eolli-jxe eln.ses two pnnllrl eour-
study, rni-h li-nillnn to the ilrirrec of tln.-heliir
f Arts. In uue of uhivh ..:odirn l.nnirunce
in-sulitl itted for Ore-k
xH-nr f..r the venrenn lie met with line
lliindr"d nnd Pi t- t-ollfini.
The net si-sslon Innins the 1st day of Or
J A. GAMHWIXI.. Kee. of Faculty.
WOFFFRO COLLEGE FITTING SCHOJL.
HpartanburK. !. C.
rh- l ourth s-sliin Ik- ins Octolur 1.1 NUll
lli.y- prcpiir d i t Col - m-. lit ins, s may
- ei.vtnil liy l. ill ! ymr. Siiirii-ioii
i,. it.i n il v., ii-i niii,
A '.. K'- Mllli- T. A. M , llcml Muster,
nul.'i d:iw iiikii weil irt
suite m.uiHi ipiilv tn
II. S WATSllS. Amnt.
I )n good real
I.ll'ht XV -Oil till k lliuir.l ni',1 hrirm-.. ,,,
n-nsi.ii'ii-ic Mtfitr.-. tii-M' In Aitrll In. ..Or.. .
n-si.lciic, i.f Miss tick, M.iiril. Ikilll-nont
rot ruteuRii nu tii.ur.
l Ulill ITll , P" I II I .fI llllll... Li.mI.
ir.nv il , iiRrnn iv -intl
A new. handsome, onc-horsv l.mlv'. in.,..
... i.jr , i,. ,, . i I k i i,vi li ill.
an 1 1 d I w 1 7 I'attoa Avenue.
?OK HA LB.
r 1 1 u 1 1 u, ii ne Toiinv muips n n n n
...... r-.-w .UWU IKIIW., ,, OCBOHiat
" "nin. 14, 11 ATKINHUN.
HUH licit" .
A hliirht active rounirmfin tl,,a .
ffood elcnr rstilil hnn.1 ,,., tu, ...... .......i. . .
Aeurrs and al'lr to kI,- uniloulitcd'rclcrcneii
mm vi,rn,-,cr anu capaelly.
"Siniii. IV o, H'lX 1,
rirtrrn omul cnrtwintrrs Wn.tl.l UL-
vapauie oi musing a Itood urcir nn.
,. . T. K. IIA Id,
'II Asheville, N, C.
New 7-room house In Wni nA a,a
suit ill w
J A TRNNBNT.
His rxorrirnis.il wn,hm...,.il,.i. .-uiu..
I...I ,,- ,V .. .'-J-." T " "" '"" vniK
. ......... iinuirniconK. at Slrnu- vrrv
IIHI. Am, . ..n Ik.
"uTdt HUSKY c. Ul tlll.L, Hllit
Large cool, airy roams, house newly Air
ni . hcil ; jtood tnlilc. Terms reasonable. (In
street ear line.
MK8.J. L. RMATHKNH,
SIN l-atton Ave,
mi .HIM nit mnnmvmA A . I. . w I II - I . .. .
- - -vr iTni. Apply IO
"U:i NATT ATKINSON At HON,
A mrrCSntlle hUSlnrU. mrmlt ...al.ll.U.J A
rare chance for parties dr. ring to locate in
n-iiciuc uoou reason for sell n. Ann In
. JUMN LIIII.II,
augn dim i Lrg,! isiuvtc.
Thrr mom cottage, No, Oil flsllt v street.
au7 dtw a. l. Mcdonald.
Oold, Silver. Ivory, Oak, Ollt and ComW.
nation Monlrilnm. Also Room Monldlnn.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work un ran teed. Knarav
Inirs, Pslntlnm and Local Views always on
aa s. Main St., - Asheville.
Buy Llndaey Guide, Book
to W. N. C riico ij ct.
Foi'Hami)1e of work w.HTile
Walks in frt)iit of Itaynor &
Smitli'ts DniStoioaiiti West
ni Carolina Hank. For Con
tiete Mock Walk me tliat in
Twenty Bvc year, ol irartleal ciK-rit nee, eombllied with i-kksiinal attention to nil Hi-
tails ol the busliu-ss and H-rleet arranurnients lor ci.i anlinhss und ppsitv nt all kihhisi
manulnctured, enulile the proprietor to present to his numi-ions putrons a superior class ,
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphous.
OiiKter Ale and all the various Havors ol KuHA WA TliK ready 'or shipment and ileliven-,1
tree In Cltyjimtui. Out nl town onlirs must hnve sssi-iinsiiii.s rderenn.
C. H. CAltlPIIKI.1..
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION. MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, K. C.
Portland and Donn'Ntic Cc-
ment, I'lastcr ami Lime for
C. K. 3fOOY.
(ifllcc No. . ration Avfiitu
T. ,;i-Ii iH Mi 4u
Warehouse ii"! I'- r rv n-rl r'...t
, th 7 ct
Ito ras in Cotta t Up ri f he GrtKinds With
table boaiu at iiotj:l.
$12 i. TO - f.IA.00
P ... i. W K E a.-i
0iLY FIGHT MiLiio FFObi AoHtVILlE CN THE r, & S, RAILROAD.
A lovely IiiiikI nu lot nils l.tu i'r. t in .hn.lv ir.ncl.v
the lincst niinernl sprtiiK. in Ihe Houih ul fin to iihi.
A iUli-t place. hiKh ilrv. tine view, and K.....I soviet,.
uSFrZ. I!",0,1T "h "!' stm i.-ll main awn"?;
1 mi feet wide. Two i.i.il new holds, depot, dully
UIIIII..CIC t.kylnnd ItprltiKs is. new and p liar re
:ra,n.,n,,v.i,;',r1c,n',,o "r"w-UU' "" ,ur " " "
I rains leave Ashrvllli-at U.ltla. m. and return at T
p. m. .1 cents.
OTIS A. MILLER.
f'l'l"""n Whyland P. P., N. C.
HOTEL? ARMOND-HOTEL tiONNY CREST
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Elrht Milen Houtb of Anhcvlllv, ou the A. A H. Railroad..
New hotels, new eottnip s, new furniture, beautiful irrovr..nr.i ....i. ..a
good livery. .-h-.. ..
48 MINERAL SPRlKinc:
White ftulphur. Alum. Mauncsl., Iron and Uo.om Th. -H-sit-s..'.J . ....
select siKlety will not fall .,.
the Union and some wonderful cures have Term, re.son.hl.. "na h""n ""'
been obtained. .s.-...
Comiwund Osysrn and Medlcnted Balsam
Vaimr has proved more successful In the treat
meat of diseases ol the nose.throut and lun;.
than all other remedies combined. It selilotn
lalls In any ease of Asthma. We have cure-1
many ieople In the lour years we have been
In Asheville who had Klvcn up all hope. Cull
at ourofflcc nnd we will Rive you their names.
We also make a iiK-dnlty of discuses of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Piles come
and net relief. No imln or loss of time Irom
uusincss. Krllel obtained at ones, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
UAI.HAM AMI IIXVOHN 1IUMK TkHAT.
We have a home treatment that Is very ef.
fectivc In all diseases of the air passages. We
have prcserilsrd hundreds of these home
treatments and sent them In every Htate In
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also explained our treatment, sent (nt
on application. Also a li.t of niIr.iln. ,. AawIH N. C
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable us
to make a correct dlojrnosls of each case.
Near Pawenger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manaracturers and liealers In all kinds 01 DriM
We have treatrd many hundred eases with Doorl !, Bllnda, MouldlllKa, Htalrwork, Mantel, Bank
the Compound Osydin and Balsam aad have
never bad a ease to have hrmorrhaKe from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let your prejudice keep y.u awav.
ui com. ana tiamlne for yourself. Better
sacrifice prejudice than yonr life. Consulta
Olliee over Cosby'a lewelry Store, m-.r
Orand Central Hotel, I'atton Avenue, Ashe
ville, N. C.
T. J. HAROAN, m. D.
and Bar Piyturea, and all kluda of H1.HHI..0- m....
naru UOOU Lumber WnrL
oy 14 dly Teleohonai No. m.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN RTRFFT adoii-t iiimio-s
And until that date will sell all goods at 10 per ccM. un cost. Vou will do well to take 1-
vantage of the low prlcesT
Just set our large Towel at 1 3H cte and lie happy
Don't forget I Look out and took In I "
Our 08 Inch Table l.lnen at H eta.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.
J. O. H0WBLL, Moaogn-.