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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890.
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ARO UND TOWN.
Third dit of the Lot Auction Very
rumHi mi a a. in. tsataraay
r orty-lour more lots went unucr me i iiruut vuimr in cHiivrn ponion.
hammer at HendenonTille yesterday. Regular meeting of the board of alder
They brought nearly $8,000. A ihort men to-night.
time ago the tract of which the lots that The Glen Rock hotel had sixty-five or
have been sold in the last three duys nvuis yestcrany,
form a part, was purchased for $11,000. 1 Mr. T. C. Starncs has moved to 24
There were 200 lots in it. Up to last Cherry street, from 485 west Haywood,
night a little over half of the land had Mr. R. E. Crawford of Raleigh, is vis
Wn mlri for S2B.000. Hendersonville itingMr. G. A. Mears' family of this
real estate, like all that in the land of the en
kv ! nn the boom I Mr. A. W. Bronson, of the Mountain
nn. wuw.... . , i..i ii... t; : . i.-
Tl. I. .J.,.. ...a. ntlmlM hv n I . .. oH,iKo, otiib ill mc
crowd estimated at 3.000. It was bub-
hlinor nvrr w ith enthusiasm and every-
thins moved off in n uiirhlv satisfactory
manner. The lots sold, fie across the
railroad track from the Dassencer depot
and arc situated on Park, French Broad,
Second and Anderson avenues. They av
eraged sixty-five tcet front. The highest
nrice nnid was bv Mr. A. Schlff ot Flor
ida. He secured a desirable lot at $6,25
a front foot. The lowest price was sev
enty-five cents. The protierty averaged
$2.50 a foot.
I'd to Inst night ubout one-fourth ol
the buvers were Ashvillinni, as many
Hendersonville people. The remainder
came mostly from the southern states.
The shooting contests vesterany re
suited in Shot Gun Club No. 1 ol Ashe
ville securing first prize and No. 2 the
third. The Flat Rock club took sec
ond money. The prize was a $400 lot,
The Asheville clubs receive 70 percent.
as their share. The rifle club again de
feated Busbee and won a $250 lot. A
$250 lot shot for by the three trams from
Spartanburg was won Dy team io. i.
The sale closes to-day.
Notices of the new recistration ordered
for the regular election in November are
being sent out by Sheriff Reynolds.
The A. I.. I. will have a dress parade
to-night at the armory, and elect nn or
derly snrgcnnt in place of E. I'. Manutim.
Arthur Reagan, a popular young gen
tleman of this city, and Miss Lulu L.Gill,
of Danville, Vn., were married at Pel ham
Captain Troy has received notice that
he was the successful bidder for the Inv
inc of 'J' i miles of sewer at Grccnslwro
The contract price is $5,000,
Rev. Dr. A. J. Witherspoon, of New Or
leans, passed through the city to day on
his way to Ytaynesville where ne will dc
liver an address in behnll ol seamen.
T. K. Davis, jr., of the government
printing olhce, Washington, who nn
been on a month's leave of absence, and
visiting in the city returned to his post
"I urn never going to buy n piece of
hind in anv otht-r oincc thnu Aslievilli'
said Jesse K. Starncs this morning. "Thir
is the only place to invest ll you are look
ing lor large returns.
An Kxpcrt Now at the Books-
Trlhnte to Mhuler.
The Hickory Press says of D. V. Shuler.
Inte cashier of the Bank of Hickory :
"No man who ever lived in Hickory hat
done so much for its upbuilding in so
short a time as he. In three years he
adorned the town with what might well
have been the work of a generation. The
Hank, the Inn, and the beautiful home on
the slope of Clnremont will long remain
monuments ot his taste and energy.
Of the condition of the bank the Press
"Nothing definite can now be stnted at
to the condition of the Bank of Hickorr
Mr. O. D. Davis, an expert book-kcviicr
Irom balisburv, is at work on the books
and says it will take some days to ascer
tain the financial status. So far as is
yet known there is hope that the loss
will not be very heavy."
TliK Cjtizkn hears differently, but ol
course the expert's report will uiet all
The$50,lMK) necessnrv for the estab
lishment of the First National bank n!
Hickory has been subscrilicd, and tin
company will organize in a few dars
and tbe bank will be opened for busim-st-
by October 1. 1 he principal stock hold
ers are: A. A. hhnlord, K. v.. Mcnzir. O.
M. Koyster, VY. H. lvllis, ami Lee K
Whitener, of Hickory, and P.O. Wnildrll
V. E. McBre, and Frank l.oimlirnn, ol
Asheville. They will also compose the
board ol directors.
Owiiiu to the unsettled condition of tin
banking amiirs of Hickory at present,
tue oniiK win nna n gooa opening.
ien. St. R. Vance Amen I
To the Editor: The writer is not tin
champion of any siecial individual for
congress. The democratic party, and
the maintenance of its principal are tar
above individual prelcrences. The point
lor nn who desire to see success, and a
good round measure of success, is to
nominnte hrst a good man, and next a
strong popular man.
All tbe candidates for congress are
good men and would represent wi II onr
district. Among good men then we must
look lor availability.
General Vance possesses this in the
highest dciiree. He is lxiuulur with the
business men, the professional men, the
working men and the larmcrs. lie al
ways lias a kind word anil a trenial smile
for those he comes in contact with, lie
is a democrat true and tried. He is a
thoroughly upright gentleman, and a
Christian man. If nominated he will be
elected. It he fails to gel the prize he
win ncnrtiiy support the successlul one.
Let us nllgo into the hen t with hnmio-1 niemed are the Peacemakers.
: i - . i
niuu. uunwnanu a determination to I w ...... .....u i - no -ri
and with a hxed resolve to elect the man !..:.. i: . : ... '
I... a I ....,.vl nai.li.l M, ll, K .1111 tll.7 KU1IU
offices and melintion of the I'nited States
Among the arrivals at the Grand Cen
tral yesterday were: M. II. Mnrtin, wile
id five children. Mobile, Ala.: Misn
Bettie Knight. 1 llsboro, N. C. : Clin
Semple, Louisville: U. H. Unllohcr, East
The Inidy of Miss Eva Hnllnrd. wh
died of injuries received in the railroad
wreck in MiiKsnchusetts, will reach Ashe
ville to-morrow. The funeral will
held at the house on Haywood street
5 o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
The democratic county convention to
elect delegates to the congressional con
vention ol next Wednesday will meet
the court bouse at noon to-morrow. The
congressional convention will be held
the same place on Wednesday next.
Chief of police Bnird received a telegram
Irom Hendersonville this morning, to ar
rest a colored hoy named William Blake,
who is wunted there tor passing coun-
terfit monev. The bov wnsorrcstcd. but
claims it was confederate money that be
passed, lie was locked up.
W. F. Green. X. Y. : H. J. Boss, wife,
two children nnd nurse; I. C. Angier,
wife and four children ; Miss Lillie Duke,
Durham, N. (..; II. C. Good well and wile.
Tryon City, N. C. ; Mrs. Glover. Mrs,
Tretinoin, and two children, Baltimore,
Md., were nmong visterdavs arrivals at
The following were among the names
on the Battery I'nrk register yesterdnv
W. K. Walker and wile, I.nkc ville, N. C
Peter Knowles, I'eiisacoln, Fin.: E. M
Short and wife, Washington, N. Ci Mis
II. Larson, Miss b. I Kvlc, Cincinnati
O.; Jos. It. McShanc. I'hiladelphin; Mrs
T. F. Brooks. Belle S. Brooks, M.
Real KHIate Trannfer.
Jessie R. Starncs mid M. B. Starncs
to J'. L. .Mclulire. lot on llillsitlc
street. r.Wxtio $
C. F. Grilling nnd Clara M. Gril
ling, to the Asheville Investment
Co., lot on Poplar street
R. L. Owen by and wife to W. B.
Hniwn, lot on Cherry streeet.
To Show Their Power.
Cork, AiiciisI 22 A sheriff, nccomnn-
Inied by a posse of bailiffs and a body of
police, proceeded to the villnge nf llrides-
I bridge, near Cnstle Lyons, nlKiut lifters
I miles from thiscitv.andevictedthewhole
I of the inhabitants. They were sul:
quently permitted to return to their
homes as caretakers.
chosen as our stundnrd bearer.
I have been accepted by
l and Salvador.
At the Green county convention strong
resolutions endorsing Vance were
James Pou, who was nominated by the
democrats for senator from Johnston
county, declines to run, and another con
vention will be called.
John S. Leary, colored, a professor of
law in the Shaw University at Raleigh,
with residence in Cumlxrlnnd county, is
sposen 01 as a canniaute lor congress in
opposition to 1'rolessor a. F. Grady in
the third district.
The Mncon county convention In
structed their nominee to vote for Z. B.
Vance for the senate, and in his Siecch
accepting the nomination, Mr. J. F. Rnv,
nominated for representative, spoke In
tne mgnesi terms ot senator Vance.
At the democratic convention nf Alle
ghany R. A. Houghton was nominated
for representative and unanimous reso
lutions were passed endorsing Z. R
Vance and instructing the member to
me KK""iurc a auvocnte nis re-election
to the senate.
A correspondent of the Greensboro
Patriot says: "There is great satisfac
tion expressed by the democrats of Stokes
county at the nomination ol Hon A. II.
A. Williams, of Granville county for con
gress. He will carry the entire strength
of the party, and will control the major
ity of the floating votes ol this county."
The colored republicans of Mecklen
burg county have adopted this: "We
repudiate and condemn the leaders of the
republican party of Mecklenburg county
for the very vrtinl manner in which
they have managed affairs, and for the
uniust discrimination made against col
ored republicans; in that they have sys
tematically appointed white democrats
to positions for the filling of which there
were scores of colored republicans thor
,rAs repubiicsns we will not in the fu
ture support, either by vote or endorse
ment, the leaders of the republican party
of Mecklenburg county, as at present or
ganised." TraTellna; laeos.
- r. Mxiyo, Amgtnt 22Mra, Aatoaio
da Navasr, oca Maty Aartcraon, it rtay
tnf brr wHh her husband. The go oat
for walks and drives, bat no one-seems
to identify her as the great actress. I
In need nf China. Glnss. Cutlerv. Plated
Ware, Lamps, etc., call at Law's lor low
prices anu nnr goous.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ngn on one ol oil'
most important trunk lines. NoIrhI)
hurt but all the baggage except the
Kollci-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold hv denlcrs. Mndc by II.
W. Rniindtree & Bros., Richmond, Va.
A New Road lo BUM.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
flour is not only thehesthtit thechennest.
To the Public.
It has been known for some time that
I will be a candidate before the demo
cratic county convention for the nomina
tion for the office of Superior Court Clerk
of Buncombe county. I have just been
informed that the report has been circu
lated that I will nolo hide by the decision
ol the convention in case its derision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
such a rejiort does me area l Injustice,
In submitting my claims to the
convention consider tnnt mr
honor is pledged to stnnd bv its
choice, nnd ll I am not the fortunate one
I shall not only not be cnndirinte, but
will support the nominee with all the in
fluence I enn command. I hone this will
. i-t . , . i .
oc saiwaciory to my menus.
W. R, Yot-HO.
Asheville, N. C, July 28, 1HU0.
Index to New Advcrtlaementa.
Andsbws Own & West.
BSTSAYID COW M. J. FttKg.
Wanted Model 8tcm Laumdrr.
A young Indy for office work. Apply at
MOUBL 8TBAM LAUNUKY.
Taken up at Capt. M.J. Pkk'. a red and
white spotted cow. Horns turn up over
head. Owaer ean act same by paying for
Two active white girl.
17 fatton Avenue.
POR 8ALB CHBAP.
A COW aivlno- ahont a sallnita nrr dyv. Alt. I
ply to F. Cltlica office or at corner of Merrl-1
mon avenue and lllllilrlr street.
Two Due dturs tnntc and female
mum to Air.
Cooley store and receive rc-
About one hundred miles west of Ashe
ville, on the Murphy branch of the Wes
tern North Carolina railroad, on tbe
western slope of the Nantihala mountain
mcic lies nestiea between loltv rnnroa.
one of the most lovely valleys in Western
North Carolina. Valley river, a stream
not quite so large as the Swannanon
led by a hundred clear, cold mountain
rivulets, winds its crystal wnv through
this lovely vale. The iron horse has at
last waken the slumbennc echoes of cen
turies, daily pealing the death knell of
thr "Kin Van WinLl." tUt k...
brooded for all time over this enchanting
spot, and waking to life and activity the
puivukiui energy ui ua pcuixiui urnizcns.
They have Ions known that the. had
much that the great world wanted now
they realize that what thev have has at
last come within the great world's reach
ana grasp. Aside Irom thcalmost hound
less wealth of forest that clothes their
bill and mountain sides, waitina- the oa-
thetic hut useful devastation of the lum
berman's axe and saw. nnd a soil and
climate inviting the utilization of thous
ands, Nature has been lavish, under
ground as well, this whole valley being
underlaid with immense deuosits of mnnv
colored marbles, to say nothing of the
extensive beds of iron ore that have been
lamous for many years.
The present terminus of the W N. C.
railroad, is at Andrews' station, situated
in the midst of this charming aud fertile
valley. Enterprising men have here laid
off a town site into lots of covenent size.
with broad streets, and will shortly offer
mem to tnem to the public. The date ol
the sale has been fixed for ScDtcuiber 10.
It is probable that arraneemcnts will be
made for half rates on the railroad, aud
all should take advantage of the oppor
tunity offered. The scenery Irom Ashe
ville to Andrews is erand and uictur-
esiue in the extreme. In the transit three
great mountain divides are surmounted,
tne ritgun or Newlound range dividing
tne witters ol t rench Broad Irom the
I'igconithe great Balsam, dividing the
waters of Pigeon from those of the up
per Tennessee; and lastly the famous
Nantnlmla range, which separates the
lennesnce waters from tbe Hiawassce. ol
which inner nvcr is a inDuinrv. xunnv
of our readers are familiar with the road
as far as llalsnm gup, where Mrs. Bright
regales the Hungry traveller in right I imktmI iiatrnnaue that has been iiemnwrd
royal style, but lew have oenet rated the I "I1"" '"em in the pant autfi diw
romnnuc wiias oi tne .Nantahala.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
ASHEVILLE At) VEK TISEMBK TS,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less than one ton at factory .,
In quantities not lew than one half ton at factory.,.
300 pounds, SO tickets, 10 pounds each
BIN) 80 " to "
TOO S8 " US " "
TSO " 18 " 80 "
1000 " 10 " 101) " "
..40c. per huadred.
Cheap Rates to all Point.
KAILKUAO T1CKHTS bouKht, sold and
exchanKtd. All trannsetlons Kuaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
Opposite ttwannanos Hotel. autu ltf
m I .l ' w niiiuc una iiutKiionru. very vneap.
- " a nuiucna ii. ii, i-a I I KHSU In.
auaiadlw Cor. UIIUMe and Kuat St
Tickets in dollar naeknireu and anv ounntltv of Ice mav h tthlnlnr.1 from rirlcM
PLUMBING, GAI AND 8TEAM.FITTINQ, SLATE ' m fo' h ' ttc""-
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For aale ut Wholesale and Hetail hy
ASIIliVILLK ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
eiepnone 30 ana 40.
Ilxcluairv Aventa Domestic and Sleaail lor Western North Carolina.
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
LBWIS MADDUX. Pica
L. P. Mcl.OIIB. Vlee-Pres.
I. B. RANKIN, Cashisr
IN ALL 8IZU8 I'lIK I'AMILV
tnsscToss:- Lewis Maddux. M.J. Beardeo. M. I. Paa-ir. I. B. Hankln i. H b.. i u u .
8. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud. '
Olllil.l. MANiiPACTI'KINIt CO..
Concord, N. C
AND IIUTKL USK
f jUHrMiilevd lo be rtn Proof.
ALL 8IZHH KIII'T IN 8TiCK.
One-horse wiiRun In good condition,
will nav dravnit-n to enll and see it.
HliAKUBN, RANKIN c CO.
Kopp Hi l.lehtenherKer. Pnney ttriH-ers.
would Inform their mnnv frienrtaanri rustom.
era. that they have aoM their Grocery nml
Confectionery business In Messrs. Revet! Or I
vtainier, wnn win continue tne nusincss all
tne OIH atantl. No. UH I'alton avenue. Thrv
sollelt for the new Arm a continuance of tht-
Lenving the deep vnllev of tlie Tennes
see oImivc its wonderful plunge through
the great Smoky Mountains, the iron
way ascends the canon of the Nuntahalii
river, a liold mountain stream, clear as
crystal, and walled in by mountuins so
high and so very steep that the tourist
is struck wit 11 wonder t hat their preciDi-
tops sides are clad 10 l lie very lop with
lofty deciduous forests. After some milrt.
of easy travel over the rondwny afforded
liy this gorge, the iron horse emerges
from in (It in lis, and essays to climb the
lotty sides of the Brent barrier Nature
has set between it and the setting sun.
Steep grades, high tills, up, up, up till
tbe beautiful river below seems n wind
ing stiver thread strctelmiir far to the
southward ami thru disappearing fiii.ilh
behind a projecting sp.er. Soon there
after the liilnir is over, the summit i
assed, nnd the traveller is borne down
iy easy urates into the vnllev bevond
Tlu . . . : t. .. . 1. . L .
. m f.&iiiu, iiiiiiiiiiu 1 lie wcsicri I m, . .l
:.M ( ,u. . .i.7 .... 1 iiimaj imn neeinitv, aiso trentins nm-
......... re -,uli raiiKC irnaeil inms. nnd all disrase. ertalnlnK to
a nise.ite gl.iw ot fading splendor. I the dental structure, ixhce rooms on l'al I
in this snort nut womicriul inurncv oll:r" ""J-"1 ok
trt. :i.. .,. . . - - 1
i.'i. nines mi- itiuusi nns gone up ami 1
THACIIRR OP PIANfl
Puulls rece ved at .12 llnilrv atrert. Res
denee 77 t. hnrlotte street.
Larie eonl. alrv mnm. h,,nw h.u I. A.e.
nl-heil; vood talile. Terms reasonable. On
street ear line.
MRS. J. L. 8MATIIBR8.
Julyiadnra 318 Patton Ave.
THE EfJVITABLB LIFE
E. . nonroc, AkI.,
Asheville, N. C.
(Her :ia Mouth Main street. aula dtf
PORTLAND VKMENT AN1
TILE AND CONCRETE
For sum pie of work weTili
Walks in front of linyHor &
Smith's Drug Store and West
ern Carolina Bank. For Con
l - n 1 t. 11 - 11 . . ,
crew uiih-'k n aiK see tnat m
front of CiU'ruichael's DniR
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,-
-Organised May 1st, 1H8H.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS. $20,000
State, County and;,Clty Depository.
Doe. a General nankins: Business. Deposits received. Bschonn boas-bit and sold. ..
lections made on all accessible points. The Raving Feature will receive special attention.
On all ram. in this department, deposited for four months or lonner. interest at the
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loons on real estate, which will be placed tor long time oa real
Open Irom a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the savlna Department will be open till A p.m.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
AMWATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premlisca.
Twenty-are years ot practical espcrience. combined with ssssonal attention to all d
Ulls of the business and perfect arranueraents far clkahlinkss and rosirv ol all k'hIh
mannfactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior' elas. ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnoer Ale and allthe various flavors of SODA WATBR ready fpr shipment and .WHvcreJ
free la Cltjr;ilmlt. Out ol town orders'mast have ssspossisls nkmw.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Portland and DoniPMtin Po.
ir. is. v, Arrington, m(M,t, Pinter and Lime for
immummrmm MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
lown three times, mm on nliulitmi! at
Andiews he finds himscli l.HOOhTtnliovc
lie level ol tlie seu. Like tlu vincnlad
lions of the I'liciflc and of the Mcilitcr-
nnenn, this vnllev faces the setti.it; sun
The topngrupliic.il conditions urviilltlint
coii'ii ne iii-sirvn. A high mountain rnngi
protects it irom the hlnsts of winter.
wiiiic in summer the prnximitvo! thrsur
roiinding peaks insures the descent ol
cool nnd refreshing htvenes that tcmer
ne iieut 01 tne sun. nn the onivilesid-
eratum nercKtiorc wnntini!. now sun-
plied by railway communication the
prospects ol tins attractive soot as a
summer and winter resort are certainly
Connection will soon be established at
Murphy, sixteen milts furtlier west, with
i ne .tinncua ana .orih lieoigta Kail
way, affonlini! a throuuli line from Ashe.
ville to Atlniitn. bv wav of Andrews.
It is a liK-t. painfully well known lo mnnv
is very hard to buy land in this vnllev. I
The opuortunitv here offered to an-nr a I rounded hy blob ssouaUlns covered with
fueilli.iM IIum altni.LI I mI L... I
. I iV.V...:; vi i' " ' :rJ";' "u X mtt tlmr. The
on in rrnl estate, who a re ciirrful to buy 1 10911 u n1 mut-jr Joining mem have I
1ST " I'" ST. """Tj bee, proved. b,..ten.borl.tobe
EiiKltab and French
BOARDING ANO OAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. xii Prrneh broad Avenue.
MRS. RURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
i I'or many years Associate Principal of Mt
Veraoa Institute. Raltimore l
Assisted by a corps of comprntcnt teachers. I
ANDREWS ! !
IOS miles west of Asheville on the Murphy I
branch of the Wt stern North Carolina rail
road, lit miles east of Murphy, situated In I
the heart of one of the most beautiful and I
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THLBPHONB NO. .
Warehouse and I'nctorv near Hcnot.
will do well to put a lew dollars at
A mrresntlle business, well esiahll.herf A
rare i-hnaee for parties rics rtnn to local, la
Asheville. Uood rrasoa for sellins. Aonlv to
sokO dim 1 Usal Hlork,
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak. Ollt and Combt-
nation Mnnldlnn. AIM gooss Mouldings.
Picture. Matted, Moisted aarf Pramed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Rngrav-
Inas, Palnllnas and Local Views always oa
ta Main St., AsheTllle.
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
while and colored, of very Anr quality.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
Rooms in Cottages Upon the Groundtt With
TABLE BOARD AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO iv.on
P ER WEE K.
BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
lu the New and Growing Mouutalu Rcaort,
(Near Asheville. N. C . ami mtinin;nn k. v ii.m. .... . '
HOLDS THE KEY
to tbe situation. No other town near. Tbe
location hi all that could lie desired. Altitude
I MM fcet above the sea.
c. tammer and
TO WEAK MEN
swd a valssbl. traaus.lM.Uati MatslaiM Ml
Real Etttate Agent.
OFFICI S MAIN IT., MOROAN'I BOOK ITORt
Real Ratal, bouaht and sold at nuhlle aari
rival, sale. Menu collected. eondneted a
leal Natate and Auction business In Charles.
ton, a. I., tea years, ana will aiv. prompt
suniHim i sui UBSinnsj pas is ssy caarn,
UMIEI, CARRIA4EI, UCaWTHINO,
To the cHlseas of Athevim sad vlrinlt I
would announce that at my sSnns oaCollea
treat, aest to Woodbury's .tables, I am bet
tee prepared tbaa ever to do work la my Mm,
Wsiosi, Ungates aud Carrisars mansfsct-
ireo. srpsmni 1
ea. and w 1 In
ssy cbanrss are modcrat.,
Repairina and hnrse-slmelna ar. epe.
perfect satisflietloa jraaraateed.
aovaa 4 M. Pt-RNBTTa.
My workawa art si
For Your Boat Smoke.
assa wka Is asrvsaa aad sMUIMs. Allttsa,
ins. sr. u rvwu&T, 1
Spartanbotx, S. C
OAS. H. 0ARLI8LC LL. 0, PRES.
WotTord Colleo oners to stadrata la the
foar colleo daaaea two parallel toarses of
study, eark kadlaa to tb dears of Baebdor
of Arts, la on. of whtek Modera Laafaaoss
art sabstitated tor Orsek.
Ripeaars for Isx year asa b aeH wltb Oa
Haadred sad I'lfly Dollars..
Tb. ant Brasilia btiaa ta. tat day of Oc
J A OAMBWm.UHee. of Faculty
WOFFFRO COLLEGI FITTINQ IGHOOL,
Spartaahars, . C,
Tb. Fourth Kesaloa heelns October 1, aon.
noya pvriiarea for .nlk(e. Hipeaars ssay I
a. covered ttv a 1 AO a ee.
a. n. nuMRnBT A. m., Read Master,
salt dSw ssoa wed frl
tlreat aiarble quarrle.,
tsteaalvs taaaerlas, kc.
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON Tt'BHDAV, BRPTRMBRR THBIOTH.
THR OWNBRR WILL IBI.L
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
as siany lota as tbe people want, not .acted-
lag AOO ekoics bsrlness aad rrsidrnc. lots, ta
tb. hlRbsst bidder, aad oa
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
onVrtag a auufalt sat opportunity for ersry-
body to issks moaey, oa a small or la rut
scale, areordlaf to lbs auaibtr of lots pur-
ixturt pntptrty in thi lltMutIM la
kf whlk jrom can. Rtductd rttei oa
KAilrosd torn AtbtvUk and principal
TERMS OF SALE I
Ow-nfth cask, balaacs 1, 8, and 4 ytars,
at sis per reat. Mbntst.
For plat aad all other lafbraiatloa apolv
Aabevlllc, N. C
AUCTION BALI I
Compound Oayaeu and Medicated Balsam
Vapor ha. proved more .uceeaafulia the treat
t of diseases of tbe nose, throat and lunar
tbaa all other remedies combined. It seldom
fall, la any case of Asthma. We have cured
many people la the four years we have been
la Asheville bo had givea up all hope. Call
at ourofflc and we will (ire yoa their names.
We also make a tiwdnlty of diaeaaea of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Piles come
and get relief. Ns pan or Iota of time from
ras. Relief obtained at once, aad ao
return, as we makt a radical cure.
BA.LRAM ANllOXVOBN HOMR TRBAT-
W. have a bom. trtatmeat that It very ef-
retire la all diseases of the air passages. We
bavt prescribed hundreds of thcat home
treatments and sent them la every state la
tbt llatna aad somt wonderful cures bare
A .mall pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
aad also eiplalnlng our treatment, seat fret
oa application. Also a list of questions s-oee
wltb sacb pamphlet that everyone should
bavt btfort sending lor home trtatmeat. Tbe
question, when properly answered enable a.
to makt a correct diagnosis of eack cast.
(Near Asheville, N. C, and adjoining the Vnnderhilt Katat. i
m L Jik -u-u ft" '-v.cbrp.e-.i'fo;
HOTKI.8T. ASM-.l-o,H-n now. I
y:":;r:"'T".rw RM "".
end uf thrtt venn ur l..t ini 1- u'l i"" r neh n tlx
w t.Hru ur mure.
Therefore: vou o.,"'. o,' 7.,',": ,'.,,B L''!! " ."'-
li W'jP" X year, to doTK lo.
Take Train Ont
OTIS A. MILLER, p
M .io Ai W.-Fare aS Cent or Drive i
lk 8 Mllca.
IIOTELi-ARMOND-IIOTEL BONN YCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klhl Mllca South of Aahevlllc, on tbe A. Jk S. atallrtsarl.
vwm.rl.iJtwj,ruuwnWuj -i-ii ii-.ii.mj ....j '
Ntw hotels, atw cottages, atw furniture, beautiful srroves. neat I...L. ..rf i
good livery. - '
48 MINERAL SPRlNrvq
White Hulphur, Alum, Matraeaia. Iron aad ItiMom. Tboae seisin. h,.l.h I.n i .
select society will aot fall to visit this pleanaut resort and drink of II. healing waters.
a us aw scaaasvsiiaiurt.
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahellle, N. C.
Near Paaacitffer Depot'.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers aad Ucaltrs in all klada ol liea '
I aad Ucaltrs in all kladt ol Itn sssrt
Wt kavt treated many kaadred cases with Door h, Bllnda, Mouldlnsa, Stalrwork, MautCla, Bank
tbt compound Osydta aad Balaam aad hart " rirea and all kliida of Building Material.
aevtrbada cas. to bavt bemorrhagt from WOOO L,UlIlber WOTU U SoeciultV.
ae eitsr laaing int trvatmtnc I . - - , tiivpsiona ltj. mm
tbia'tkit yoar prcjudlet keep y.s away.
but com. ..d for yo.r,f. Better WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
-.iiwpssisi eaauyoar in. coB.ulta
"fs. TO NO. 91 NORTH
I - - . . .
Offlcs over Cosby'. It weir r atom.
MAIN 8TREET ABOUT AUQU8T 17,
Oraad Central Hotel, Pattoa Aveaut, Aabs.
Tills, N. C.
Tuesday, Sept. ioth.l t. j. haruan, m. d.
FOR BALI BY
MTM I MITN, MNEVItll, N. 0
aaaa dtds wit moa wt frl
Bmt Untfaejr'a) uld
And until that date will stll all good, at 10 per cent, on coat. You will do well tu takt ad
vantage of the low prices.
Just set our largt Towel at lilVt cU aad be bappy. Our ea Inch Tablt Linen at eta.
Doalfcegetl Look oat and look la I h. J!iir(,
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. ft HO WILL, Ma
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.sar-WaW-.' i H.VJ lMAaif iMl mHiift, tuMX) hitill.Mir iJW,vAiVai,W.
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