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THE VERDICT FOR KEIS.
THIS COSMOPOLITAN VIA'
judge Moore Decide) Ibat Hlew
ard MelM Did Not Hell Liquor at
the Club Solicitor Curler An
pealH. Judge Moore hns filed liis division in
the case of the State vs. li. H. Neis, who
was clunked with scllintf liquor Ht tllc
Cosmopolitan Cliil) without a license.
The decision tiuds the defendant not
Solicitor Carter has appealed to the su
preme court. The decision is as follows:
"The court lieintf of the opinion that
upon thescial verdict the ileleniliint is
notKiiiltv, it is adjudged that the de.
Ii-iul.uit be tlisclmrKciliiiiil o hence with
out dav. To which judgment the solic
itor lor the State excepts an nieal to
the supreme court, notice ol npenl
waived in ocii court. The said indict
ment. iKvinl venlict nml judtjiueut ot
the court eoiistitule the case on npcal."
The c.isc-s date hack to tiue 1SNU wiien
K. II. Xeis, the slcwaril at the club, was
arrested on ten counts, chained with
selling liiitmr. lie pleaded Kiiilt.v and
was lined the cost. At ilie time he prom
ised to sell iki more liquor at the club.
Shortly utter this the stock on hand was
divided equally anions the nieiidiers and
since then each has taken only from hi
own slock, reilcuishiiiK 'l when nec
essary. In April bills were found
against Ncis lor selling liquor ami tin
jurv at the last term agreed upon a Sc
A Leal From Hie VuMlly lixperl
etice ol MemplilH.
"It Ashfville is not careful," said a
lady at one ol the popular boarding
houses yesterday, "the history of several
ol the Southern resorts will be reie!ilcil
here. It was only a lew years ano thai
Memphis was a huddinjj winter resort.
Northerners Sn.nt the winters there and.
as a conscucncc, Memphis took uite n
boom. Hut from the start the icopU
paid no attention to their sanitary svs
lemorthe cleanliness of their streets,
and as a result the city awokt
to find her visitors all li'""
to a more desirable re-sort. Then tin
IK'ople lcynti to pay attention to what
they lacked and after cxmiiliiiK thou
sands of dollars in street improvctnciil
and advertising they finally not back n
portion of their flouting population.
"Asheville may yet have the same ce
lience Ol course tins city lias the ell
male, but what H'uhI is that if it ii
hidden in a clout ot dust ; and whatnot
can the iK'.iutics ol the place do the isi
tor if the sidewalks are impassable:
"Asheville nnyht In- the lirsl resort il
Kl.i-t III.ICAM t ONVKM'IIIX,
I.InI ol IK'leiioleN I'rom AnIivIIU
The republican couutv t-inivuilioti mei
at t lie court house at 1 o'clock to-day ti
elect delegate to the eoiiKtessional am
juilicial State convention. The following
ik-lcjiiilcs were chosen troiu Ashevdle li
the district convention :
lleaecrdaui loliu Masters. '.. Kicil.
l S. Cooitr, A. II. I.Miiau.C. It. Moure
Hast W.ir.l-V. S. I.usk. . it. West. J.
Warner, I. J. On lie, II. II. Urowii, li. C.
West W.ii.l-W. K. West, jr., II. T. Col
lin. M. M. Uiliord, I.. I'. Khinehart, 1'.
A CuniiniiiLis. I',. VY. Cannon.
Mr. I. A. Ciimuiiiis was clivled kt
manetit eliairuiaa, C. It. Moore jit-rum
i:viii:.'i : ttt i n i.ATiMi.
One r llol l ole'N VictlniH Wauls
Hob Cole. in i is uuderarrestatt'ireeiie
ulle, Tennessee, eharjjvil with ohtaiuiiiL:
money here under false pretences, has re
fused to return to Asheville without the
proer requisition paH-rs. The iicccssiir
application has been made to both tin
governor of North Carolina and the gov
ernor o TeunesMV.
liviilcnec against Cole is piling up
Chief llaird rcccinil a letlcrfrom Saluda
this niormnu in winch the writer state
that he hail Ihtii cheated out of a Inn
watch by Cole and Ins companion, mm
nllcred to come over to tjivc evidenci
auainsl them. It will be some days be
fore Cole will be ill Asheville.
The AMtietllle Medleiil He lew.
The first iiuiiiIkt of the Asheville Medi
eal Keview, a monthly published by 1'. T
Meriwether, M. H., and II. Lonstreet
Taylor, A, M., M. I. lias made its ap-
nn ranee. It is a hity creditable maga
zine. The iiiiinlicr iucliidcs anions othei
interesting articles one by I'rof. Minimum
on I'liysical Culture and an interesting
letter Iroin Hot Sprains by W. II, Iterry.
M. I. The expression thai it comes to
til n loii); lell want was mvir mori
truthfully expressed than ill the wiliitn
lory of the Keview. It does lill 11 lolly
lell' want. Such a miiKiKiiic de
voted to the woiiderlul climate
of Western North Carolina and destined
to fall into the hands ol physicians in all
parts of the country cannot help but Is
ot incalculable benelit to Asheville.
Typographically the muiaine will
compare favorably with any. It is first
class in everv particular.
The News) in .Marlon.
MamIoN, N. C August l.'l. SHiial
This district is entitled to two senators.
McPowell names one and the other lies
cipmlly lictwccii tliirke and Mitchell. Tin
senatorial convention meets in Marion
nil Saturday, August HI, It looks 110 vr lis
though I'rof. W. li. AlH-nuiliy.ol Iturkc,
would lie one of the nominees, and lie is
II Kiiod one. ( Mir county convention to
elect deletiates to the democratic connrcs
sional eonvciitioii also nans Annus!
It), 1 do not think the congressional del
CKntcs will lar instructed, bin will be left
free to vote lor the strongest man.
Thorn an M. liiK'n Appointments).
Thomas II. I.ontf, State Lecturer Far
mer' Alliance, will address his fellow eil
llityesvilte, Clay county, August 'i'l.
Murphy, Cherokee county, August 113.
I'rnnklin, M neon county, August Utl.
Webster, Jackson county, August 2U,
The penKing will be public and will
take place at 3 o'clock p. m. nt nil the
filnce. The Indie are most resicctfully
Democrutic primary will be held (for
west ward) In Uuncomlie warehouse, to
niht at 8.30 o'clock, instead of Itiinner
warehouse, as published in yesterday's
The uperlor court.
. Arguing motion m the Superior court
consumed tlie entire morning session,
Jury trials will b resamed Monday.
For.ecssl till 8 a. tn, Hunday
Fair, Kxcepl local HbowerM In
Noulhwent portion 1 warmer lu
wenteru, lllonar- lemperalure
In eaHtem portion 1 variable
Clerk Reynolds probated twenty deeds
There weic I Ttti arrivals at the princi
pal hotels yesterdnr.
The Marion Roberts 0. A. K. post is
now eighty-seven strong.
An excursion will Ik- run from Asheville
to Hendersonville on August I'd and L'O,
Henry Martin's wife, colored, who died
day lieforc yesterday, was buried yester
The family ol lr. J. I?. Kamsay re
turned to the citv yesterday and are
housckccpiuK on Chailotte street.
The shotgun club will practice to-night
011 the urotind where the tournament
will lie held Septemlier 3, 4, S, and li.
Or. T. II. rritchard, of Wilmington, N.
C, will preach at the First llaptisl
church to-morrow at 1 1 a. ill., and p.
Heltic l'ricc deposited with the
Mayor this moruiiu" 10 apiiear Iwfon
him next Monday. She is charged with
The examination of applicants for the
fall term of the public school will lie held
by Supt. Claxtou during the week be
ginning August lio.
The preliminary hearing of Charles ha
vis. who is charged with robbing a house
at Flat Creek of $1 HI, has Ih-cii ad
journed until Tuesday.
Thegerinan at the Hattery last night
was the most successful given by that
iHipular hotel this season. Over thirl
couples participated. It was led by Mr.
Sheriff Reynolds is recovering from tin
cflcctsofliis injuries from U-ing thrown
from a buggy. His child suffered ailis
location ol her jaw. Sheriff Reynold's
arm was sprained.
Ceiicral T. I.. Cliiigran lliinks thelarili
bill now lufore the congress is the worst
that was ever introduced. The force bill
heilocs not think will pass btvauseof tin
constant growing feeling against it.
la the Swannanoa register ycslcrdaj
were l. li Smith, wile and nurse, Aunis
ton, Ala.; Spier Whiltakcr, Raleigh; A.
T. Ilillin and wile, Macon, t'.a.; II. W.
Wright, New York; l. I". Tipton, Schiui.
A call met linn ot the Free Kind.rgar
leu AssiK-iation will lie held Monday.
IN at .' p. in., in the V. M. C. A. lecture
hull. All iiiemliers and I'licndsol the kin
dergarten work are-cordially invited to
C.ovcmor Kichardsoii of South Caro
lina, t'.ov. Taylor, ol Tennessee, ex-l'tov
1'ilhugh Lev, of Virginia, and Scnatoi
Vance arc exiK-ctcd to lie present at the
intern.uiiiii.il shooting match to he held
in Asheville ScplcudH-i 3, Y and "1.
There is a great deal of complaint
alxuit the coinlilioii of the sidewalks on
Culton avenue westward Iroin the Hun
combe warehouse. An old gentlemen.
Mr. Tims. Ilriiwn, was thrown down hi
.1 loose plank and severely bruised.
C,. W. Hiddell, Orlando, Flu.; I no. A.
McAllan, Kuoxville, Tenii.; J. I. How
man and wile, Kowcsvillc, S. C; Mrs. J.
11. Htvkmaii, Charleston, S. C, and Miss
R. C. Ilatiom, t'.rtTiivdle, S. C, wen
registered at the ('.rami Central yester
day, A song service and evangelistic Hible
study will lie held lit the V. M. C. A. to
morrow allernoon ill ." o'clock. Subject
of the Hible study: "Hard-hearted:
I'aint-liearteil ; Half-hearted; True-hearted."
Matt. Xlll:l-:".'l. All men un
invited to attend.
Hattery Park had among it nrrivals
yesterday, William I'.rcgg nml wife Flat
Rin k, N. C; li. T. Ciirrington, Ncwnrk,
S'.J.;l',co. M. Ives and wile, Miss Lutie
Ives. J. W. 11. Ives, New Hernc;MissS. F.
Clark, Marietta; Mrs. 0. W. Harris,
child and nurse, Memphis, Tennessee.
No C'herrv Tree In HIM.
liditor Citizen: 111 your issue of Fri
day, loth inst., you gave the list of dele
gates elected by the Slate Alliance to
attend the meeting ol the national con
vention. You name among the dele
gate lien. W. Williams. I take it that
1 iconic Williamson, ol Caswell, would
have Ih-cii more correct. There is no W.
111 my name, which stands for Washing
ton. I'ico. Washington never told a lie,
except that little historic hatchet busi
ness and cherry tree. I have told many
thousands and sincerely rc.iit and suli
scril tnym-11 plain, simple
Asiikvii.i.k, August 10.
Heal LmIhIo Transfer.
. II. Loiiglinni to A. J. Lyman,
proierly 1111 Valley street $.r,:iM,"
A. I.. Carter to W. T. Weaver, lot
near Hill street -tr.xl.'UI l.'IN
CnrrrNt'idnce of tlie l'lillnli'lililn Times.
Ill fact, the far-lamed beiiuty nnd it
still exist of linglaad is only to be
found in the middle nnd lower classes.
The nristiK-rney nre nlisolutely ugly in n
general sense, and the ugliest of the lot
nre the maids of honor generally in at
tendance on her majesty. On the otlier
hiind the sli ii girls, the waitresses nnd
barmaid of London are often absolutely
Israutilul in both face nnd nuiire. The
thin black drcmcs which they wear, free
from trimming or ntlornment of any
kind, nnd their snowy aprons only en
hance their chnrms. The contrast some
time of a bevy uf waiting women in at
tendance nt one of the great mansions is
so strange thtit one begins to wonder
how it i the lady cannot discover the
secrets which enable her maid to possess
and preserve ner gooa iooks.
kMWllntM ImIIimi Pi.n, ' Mu I.. I
just arrived. Cull nnd exnmine. Weaver
At nirers, urra nouse iiiock.
trrr Heed & Co. have just received 1,10
fine liinibs from Clav county. They will
be killed to supply their local trade. Mr.
Reed assures his patrons that it is the
finest meat tnnt was ever sola over a
counter in Asheville.
lOrPatent Leather Pumps: new lot
just arrived. Call and exnmine. Weaver
It Myers, Opera House Block.
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST
ABOUT THAT NEW HANK.
MAJOR W. K. UHEKHK TALKS
Ready to Kxteud a Heasly Wel
come to Col. Cose-Moinethlnir
About Ihe Prenent Rate of I uter
es Chanted bv Local Ilauks).
Major W. E. Brecse, of the First Nn
tional Hank, was seen nt his office this
morning and asked concerning the pro
posed new bank to be started by Col.
'White I feel that the ground is fully oc
cupied," he said, "and that the present
bunking system of Asheville i sufficient
to supply all legitimate needs, yet I do
not oppose the opening 01 n new DaiiK
and would extend to same n welcome
into the fraternity.
"I'uder the national hank act na
tional bunkers are forbidden to loan
money on real estate; any bank, there
fore, that supplies such a deficiency nnd
is able to loan money to real estate own
ers and to farmer at 8 jkt cent, is doing
a service to tlie country and shuuhl not
"As to the inference drawn from the in
terview in yesterday's Cirm;s that the
prevailing rates nre 1U to lli percent. tK-r
annum," he continued, 'lam assured that
it is a mistake. My bank has loaned
nearly suni.tiui) nt is:r cent, ami 1 am
convinced that none of the three banks
would have refused at any time within a
year or more good first class collateral
pas?r at X iereent. nnd 1 am certain that
the average net of discounts dating back
to a still earlier periotl will not average
them more than U kt cent.
French Hrnad Haptist Chinch Rev.
Richard Webb, of Savannah, da., will
preach at 1 1 a. in. The pastor, J, 1..
Carroll at S.lo p. ni.
Riverside Methodist Church I'ivine
service Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
conducted by C. M. Cninplicll, pastor.
Minday school at 4- o clock.
North Asheville Methodist Church
llivinc service at 1 1 o'clock Sunday con
conduced by Rev. W. M. Kerr, and K.lo
p. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at
First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. S.
I. Hryan pastor. Hivine worship to.
morrow at 1 1 a. 111., and S::in p in. Sab
bath school at !l:o a. ill. Young ko
plcs' meeting at 7:4." p. 111.
Central Methodist C linn'h Sunday
school at II. 110 . 1. ill. Preaching at 1 1 a.
in. by the Rev. Thomas Myers, of Haiti
more'. Services at N.;in p. III., conducted
by the pastor Rev. ('.. C. Rankin.
HarrlHler and Attorney.
lroni llu- O'ntrmiioriirv Kt-vit-M-.
There is one possibly iuiK-ndiug change,
I mean the introduction 11I the American
practice as to our prolcssion ; the allow
ing the functions il the attorney and the
functions ol the barrister to Ik- exercised
by the same iktsoii. I once asked Mr.
Heniainin, who had had cxjm:i ience ol
both systems, which, upon the whole, lit
t hone fit the Ik-si. lie replied that the
iiciion coulit not Ik- answered in a
word. "If," he said, " oil ask me which
is Ik-si fitted lor producing from time to
t'lne a iloieii or a more of veiy eminent
and highly cultivated men. men lit to
11I. iv a great pai l in iiuhiie alVaiis. and to
stand tin lor the oppressed nnd iktsc-
cuted in times of trouble nnd danger. I
should say at oucc the r.uglish. II you
ask me which is Ust in ordinal v times
lor the vast majority ol clients, I .oiswcr
at once the American.
This was verv weighty and very im
partial evidence, and, I think, if Mr. Ilen
111 nun was right, that which is clearly for
the iK-nelit ol the vast majoritv of clients
is certain to be established in the end.
One Kind or Invalid.
Prom Cha.tiliers' Josmnl.
There nre invalids who, when they
have to give up active life for a time.
give up everything connected with the
lalllliy tilings which vce nn; wen wiimn
their power to direct il not to look after.
Thev retire to their bed, perhaps on
small provocation, nnd there lose the
thread ol active hie, a if there were no
world lievond their own four-poster.
The house mav manage itself foi nil the
care they take that it shall go 011 as us
ual in trie accustomed groove. I lie nus
blind must take care of himself nnd the
children must manage in the best way
they cnn. The invalid lias washed her
hands of all reMiiisihilitv, at least tor
the time, nnd she is too ill to be worried.
As she is olten too ill to be worried, things
in that house are not inlrcipieiitly at a
dend-liH-k, mid comfort is one of the lost
Hv and bv it Ix-gin to 1e whisiiercd
that the lady's illnesses are hut clonk to
hide her indoh-nce euphemisms for the
selfishness ami that she i no more ill
than she is insane. Iter sister, poor dcur,
is nn invalid but then her sister directs
her household Irom her sick bed just as
she dors when on her feet ; and the pnin
of her illness lulls only on herself her
htisbiiml, hcrehihlren and her household
do not suffer. And here ngnin, as every
where in life, unselfish consideration for
others and strict regard lor duty, over
ride conditions nud redeem what else
would be fuilurrs, making even invalid
ism less a hindraue. than a pathetic kind
of braiily, and robbing it of all il prac
atop and Consider.
Wait for the Crniul Auction Sale of the
Siears projicrty on Merrimon Avenue to
be sold by Atkinson, Reynolds Mi Co., on
ScptciniH-r ;t, 4, r nnu out.
LOOK AT TUB TKKM.
Only in wr cent cash, 10 er cent, in
sixty days. 10ier cent, in one yenr, 1(1
icr cent', in two vears, 10 iierccut. in
inree years, inc iiniuncc 01 011 per cent
in five years.
torl'atcnt leather I'umiis: new lot
just arrived. Call and examine. Weaver
Ac Myers, lliern House liloeK.
To Insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
he hnnded In by 10 o clock a. in.
IrtN.ight Weight Rubber for Indie
mid gentlemen, Weaver & Myers, Oiiera
The AMhevllle Cllloen Ulves)
The latest Incnl'ncw.
The freshest Stnte news.
The best general news.
Ctcnernl and special comment.
Tlie largest subscription list of any
secular paier in the State.
The best advertising medium in the
A full staff of able editors nnd corres
The neatest, newsiest nnd mint enter-
tmmtir nnner in North Carolina.
Its efforts are always devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re
sources or the mate, particularly the
Subscription, 10 per annum; 93 six
months; 60 cent per month.
The Lecture Lust NUht.
Dr. A. T. Porter, of Charleston, S. C,
gave a very interesting lecture at the Y.
M. C. A. lecture room last nmht. His
description of Cairo, the Nile,! the pyrn
linos and other objects ot interest in una
ancient country was comprehensive and
Wf Light Weight Rubbers for Indies
and gentlemen. Weaver & Myers, Opera
In need of China, Glass, Cutlerv, I'lnted
Ware, Lamps, etc., call tit Law' lor low
prices and tine goods.
WTLight Weight Rnbliers for ladies
and gentlemen. Weaver ei Myers, 0cra
IMV'lTnvi. vnni. Anf. Dretts Shirts and
other underwear made at Langley Bros.,
Charleston, S. C.
A New Road to BllMa.
If vou are wise nnd wish to Iwcome
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Rollcr'Kintr or 1-leetrie Light flour; lie-
euuse the Asheville Milling Company's
flour is not oul v the best but thcchcnticst.
A Bud Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol oir
most unKirtant trunk lines. ioooo
hurt but all the baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunks was smashed up.
Htiv one. Sold bv denier. Made bv II.
W.'Rouudtree & Hros., Richmond, Va.
KeirinniiiL' on Tuesday next a siRvinl
train will run between this city
and llendersonville, leaving here nt S..'IU
a. ni nnd returning leave llenderson
ville nt 7 p. 111. The Inrc lor tlie rotuiu
trip will lie To cents, and this train is tor
tli, iii-i'timmiifliiiiiin of iHTSoiis attend
ing the big land sale in llendersonyillc
iK-ginning August lSinnil continuing ""ir
W. li. Wolfe has recently added to his
business of plastering that of laying ce
ment sidewalks and refer to that in
front of C. A. Mears, on South Main
street, as a sample of the excellence of
his work, lie has secured the service
an expert in cement nnd uses Gibhs ei
Co' I London I Portland cement, en
dorsed bv the board of public works.
London, ami bv the aiiiuciluct commis
sioners ol New Vork. All work done is
To the Public.
It has Ikcii known for some time that
I will U- a candidate Isrlore the demo
cratic couutv convention for the noitiiun-
lion for the office of SuK.TiorCourt Clerk
ol HiiiicoiiiIk' county. 1 have just Ikx-ii
inlormed that the rert has Ik-cii circu
lated that I will nut abide bv the decision
ol the convention in ease its decision is
adverse to me. 1 desire to say that
such a reisirt does me a great injustice.
In submitting my claims to the
convention I consider mat my
honor is pledged to stand bv Hs
choice, and il I am not the lortunate one
I slrill not only not be a candidate, but
will stiuuort the nominee with all the in
fluence I can command. I hojie this will
lie satisfactory to my trieuds.
w. K. tlll'Ml.
Asheville, X. C, July UN, IN'.lli.
Index lo New AdverllHeiueulM.
STKVKI MHiruiT St.
1 M l r T. C Simtli C'ti.
c akii Or I II. Cmwinnl.
Stmavkii jno. W. Stiitiiht-iM
I'liami, IItc Moilrl Ciirio- so. re.
tcrd -v momini: n dark oil row, wiilt
llorn, large Img. 'I lie umiiiI rvw ard will Ih
paid for her return to x Spruce aimrt.
(in the rood from Turnpike. N. C. or nn.nl
llkclv in Ash. villi-, a I'mkcllioiik iiinlniniug
money and pnK-rs of value only to owner
, lilK-'rul reward will lie paid t" liniler II re;
turned to IMI. V. SMATIIKMM,
aula dill tnriiueliiiil lirug Morej
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Rooms A anil 0, McAire Huildlng,
ration Avenue, Asheville. N. C.
FBACTICS I.IUITKII To TIIK
Kyc, Ear, Tliroat and None.
For Your HeKt Smoke.
IIoum with 0 rooms nnd ft acres Innd on
Itciivrrditra ronil, lis miles from Court
Siiiiiire. Apply to C. H. Clllll'iiK, on the
A nice nhfeton. verv little used - nlso a har
ness and enrl very cheap. A. WKIIKK,
augiouat vuni.uucr nouse.
JJOAKU AND KOOM8.
Three Inrgr nlry rooms, flrst elnns lionrd.
augtSdat ail CI.A1TIIN H.
JOfSHS I'DK HUNT.
fine ten and one two room house, eaeh
nenr the drug store In IVi-hi itnd. Apply to
W. K. WKHT. JK..
No. 1:12 inn st.
TKACHBR (IP P'ANO
Pupils received at ,1J HaiUy slrcct, Kesi.
dence 77 Charlotte street,
nugi 2d tosrpl
A new, handsome, one-horse Lady's Phiv
ton. Apply to N. W. Ill Kll WOOII,
null dlw 17 ration Avenue.
Plfteen good ennwnters. Would like one
to lie eioialilc ol milking A goon loremnn.
T. It. IIAV IH,
ailtldlw Asheville, N. C
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
IttUJTRATtO IH C0L0M; s psrfHl Work of Art!
U0 Psqmi Raw rsady. ooks fr, posUg 15c.
r.MNMa.liln, Hk ('.MSMV SIjIm, Irr. MIW. 0h
TYLEB DESK 00., IX. WWII, If 0., V.I.A.
Oold. Silver, Ivory, Oak, Oilt and Combi
nation Mouldings, Also Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bngrav
ings. Paintings and Local Views always oa
a B. Main St.,
Buy LlntUev'a Oulde Book
to W. N. C. Price 5 eta.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
StovcH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, 8LATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL SIZliS I'DK l-'AMII.Y
A Nil IIIITIil. t'Hlt
Siuaranteed lo be Uerm I'roof
ALL SIX US Klil'T IN HTl'.CK.
I'OIlTLAXlt ('KM EST AXI
Foi'mi tuple of work nooTili'
WalkH in front of Rnynor &
Smith'H Druir Store a ml West-
oni Ciirolina Hank. For Con
crote Block Walk w that in
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ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
Portland and Domes! i((V
inent, Planter and Lime for
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Fulton Avenue
TI'.I.I'.I'IIIINK NO 411
W'HrrlluuMC nnd l-'aeoiry near Ik" ot. Tele
Compound Usygen and Medicated Balsam
Vapor has proved more successful in tlirtrrnt
ment of diacasraof the none, throat and lungs
than all other remedies combined, It aatiloni
falls In any case of Asthma. We have cured
many people In Ihe four year we have been
In Asheville who had given up all hope. Call
at ouroftlce and we will give you their names.
We also mnke a aiecinlly of diseases of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Tiles come
and get relief. No pain or loss of lime from
business. Relief obtained at once, anil no
return, as we make a radical cure.
n A 1.8AM A Nil (IXVtiHN IIOMU TKUAT
We have a home treatment that Is very ef
fective In all dlsrases of the air passages. We
have preseribed hundreds of these home
treatments and sent them In every Mtatc In
the I'nlon and some wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also riplalnlng our treatment, aent free
nn application. Also a list of questions goes
with eaeh pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable os
to mnke a correct diagnosis of eaeh case.
We have treated many hundred eases with
the Compound Usydrn and Malum and have
never had a case to hav. hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let yonr prejudice keep yon away,
but come and eiamlne for yourself. Better
sacrifice prejudice than yonr life. Consulta
OIBoj over Cnshy'a fewelry More, near
Grand Central Hotel, I'atton Avenue, Ashe,
vllle, N, C.
T. J. HARGAN, IH. D.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TKRMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
! issstiss a a SaZS;
IIUU pounds, " tiescts, 10 iouml eaeh " X
700 " -J J .. n N
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No lee will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tlekels now on sale at the office or the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL..
For Urate, 5.oo.ll Vot Stoves, ... 94.50.
BEST AN Tl I K ACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Ketuil liy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPAN,
Tclepbouc 36 and 40.
Bielusive Agents iliomestlc and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
LKWIB MAHPI'X. I'res L. P. McLOlIB. Vlee-I're. . a. ssssin, cashier
OiRSCToss:-Lewis Maddui. M.J. Hcarden. M.J. Paxil. J. B. Kankio. J. B. Raj, J. B. Mn-a
g, H. Kced. Oco. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
UrRanlurd May 1st. 1SH8.
--i u..Li.. u . . . I h . It..ui.ti. .Mvlcnl Uarliftniw hnnuht and nlil I '. .1
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lections madr on all aecessitile Klnt. The
On all sums in this department, deposited
of i per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate,
Opto trom U a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till n
Jan I illy
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY
Twenty-Are years ol practleal esperienee,
tails of the business and pertcet arrangements
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale and alllthe varioui flavors of KOUA WATUK ready for shipment and dclireivd
Irce In Cltyjimlts. Out of town onlersmust
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
;hot springs, n. c
Rooms in Cottager Upon the Grounds With
TAHLE BOAR J) AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO $14.00
:P E R WEE K. :
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely building lot .Vision feel In shall y grove hv
the Snest minrrnl springs in the Honlh nt io to loo.
A quirt plnee, high, dry, line views anil good society,
rinee well laid off with wide streets nil mum avenue
loo feet avlde. Two good new hotels, depot, daily
mails, etc. Hkylnnd Hpriugs is a new ami popular re
sort and bound to grow. Uuy nuw for a collage or
as nn investment.
Train, leave Asheville at IMOa. m. and return at T
p. tn. cents,
OTIS A. MILLER,
febi 1 dim Sky land P. O., N. C.
SKVLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mllca Soutb of Anhcvllle, 011 the A. A S. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat tennis and croquet law us,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur, Alum, Mngnrsla. Iron and Kwom. Thiw seeking health and pleasure ami
select society will not full to visit this pleasant resort and drink of II healing waters.
Aahevlllc, N. C.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
ski anufartHrsrra and IWaki la mil t,i..4.
Door, Sash, Blinds), Moulding, Stalrwork, Mantels), Bank
and Bar Fixtures), and all kind, of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nor 14 dly Telephon) Mo. .
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN 8TREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until that date will sell all goods at 10 per vent, on cost. Vou will do well to take ad
vantage of the low prices.
Just sec our large Towel at laii eU and be happy. Our oil Inch Table Linen at ets.
Don't forget I Look ont snd look In I
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. BOWBLL, Maaafar,
liaving Feature will receive iH-dal attenllnn.
for four mouths or longer, Interest at the rule
which will be placed, lor long time on real
FILTKHEO on the Prcnilncsi.
combined with rKssoNAi. attention to nil dt
for clkanlinks. nnd puhitt ol all good,
to his numerous pntrons a sujierior class of
have aKsiaoNsiat.s rrlercnec.
C. H. CAMPBKLL.
E. A. LcVENE,
Near Paaaengcr Depot.
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